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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

THE COURIER- r-Tr i irOBSNff HERBERT HATES W mm. - ''' v It is pleasant to review, to hear over our musical life has, after grain in selections the music of the era, notably strengthened. whole winter. And this is especially too dependent on help a few flick It has been from outside- pleasant when the selections are of the winter's best. Whoever made up the program for the music services of the last two Sundays selected with discre tion. Taken all in all, the music of last Sunday seemed the beet. . As the weather was a concentration of a whole winter of weather, so the music was the concentrated cumulation of a whole winter of music. Carl Bcbuberth's Journey has proved Bteadily on acquaintance. have come to know it better. It is not, I think, invidious to say that the quar tet has done the same. Gade's two num bers have not, I must say, impressed me WHATTHhY WROTE 1. Written for The Courier. particularly. They are clever, but lack- be no need to point to the harvest. It ing in inspi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

THB COURIER. CClwC i iiiEliisslfisfl are having a pant sale that is taking well Mb! mi M ?Wtf vuy i r j -- " 'uo are many tj, u u ,k,Dd8 o'wheelB, including, those in the g head wheels good, bad and indifferent. ; niuu mini iir unit vrinvj A f; fll inere are some wheels so much better than SR DVII other wheels that they really belong in a class irg oy.w "oj "o it ciass an Dy mera&elves. i, iuc;oio(juuuuots me oesi i 1 CM&CElt has them nobody else in Lincolt has. if VOU am tVlinlfinir nt nn chaninrr nnvthinrr Jr. ;kn i,:n..i line you cannot afford to neglect calliD" on him. r Syracuse Overland I J '11 &' UlsU. A. ISKANLBK fll M "" V.1 . H34 0 ST. BICYCLE SUNDRIES KiL T, f -(. .-.j& Pants worth from $4. to $6. at $3 Suits, former price $ 1 5 and $12.50 now 10 Overcoats and ulsters 20 per cent off Several lines of under- wea at from 1-3 to 1-2 off A v RIK m MY 8100 DOLLARS REWARD St 00 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at leas one dreaded ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

ri!ryTO g o ; -f v?-":an) -vS-fr;;j '. ' THECOUKIBK. t. RJNKE OPERA HOUSE ? . ... - - -, t-- a j. J" V : ' ' " ' T t FJr- 1 v i " t -St .TJa fl -i-stw . s : T r'HHf l ? -fff? U t - J -- RICHARD ., MANSFIELD and his New York Garrick Theatre Company present ing Octare Feuillet's masterpiece "A PARISIAN RflMANCF" " ', JX upported y Beatrice Cameron axi.cI.V1;-'" V? 5 .-. -'V .- -. y I 2 V '2. je- . crtr oompany Seats on sale Thursday, March, 36. Prices 50c to 81.50 'f.l - ' - - V t-S yr - JP 4 . f." -.,. NOTE Mr. Mansfield's "Baron Che vrial" in "A Parisian, Romance" is one-of -'his geatest characterizations. 9h .fCiCCCCsCj FOR dual en GOTO OFFIGE 1W0 0 Street t Kicbards 91ock PHONES 343 and 483 . YARDS 14th and Y ifg)cyctg n " J ' H. W. BROWN Vl Druggist and Bookseller. vtrtiitixiK, Fine Stationery g Calling Cards - 127 S. Eleventh Street. PHONE 68. OOOOOOOOOOO 0000000000090000000000 m m BttfFET. I I 115 So. Twelfth St. J I .... . Under. Faako Opera Hosm. c r Oely the finest liquid re...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

2K - ?..- .- " - ,' v .. - s . . . 4 "TVUrrtr' -mt-,--K-r-rr yx s- VOL'llr NOH- tSTABLISHCD IN 1SSC TRICE FIVE PBNTb A -." ,4 x- LINCOLN NBB., SATURDAY. APRIL H! 185C I'H' -vMsmMa''!. EXTEBED IN THE POST OFFICE AT LINCOLN AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEE POBLISHEO EVERY SATURDAY BY Office 217 North Elerentk St. Telephone 384 W. MORTON SMITH Editor and Manager SARAH B. HARRIS AwocUta Editor Subscription Rates In Advance. Per annum 12.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 One month 20 Single copies 5 fS OBSERVATIONS I &&&S&v And what would you do with a mess of stuff like the Walton case, esteemed reader, if you were running a newspaper? Would vou print it in full? Or would you Say as little about it as possible? Does wide publicity in a case of this kind discourage the tiling of divorce pa pers, or does it tend to lessen the sound ness of the marriage tie? Answers are solicited. There is a chance for the numerous and able critics of the newspapers to tell what ought to be done in ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

ragr-g1?- Z3rx p-m-m "T 3"S". fi;' ss&v -V .. 3t A ir-' . VST-V . V 3s. "n-V - 1. " -Iri r THE COURIER. llf sr&Wt&A High of all ia Leureniag Power late U. S. Gov't Report I HE OMAHA JOHNS DrAAJ Baking Powder ABMurrero pure ib Kansas City. MoBday morning be appeared before the ministers' meeting and in a stiong paper advanced the idea that laws afaould be created to restrain the marriage of mau and women who are morally and mentally untit to be cone the parents of children. "In that way," he aaid, "there will be far less aeed for aayluma and hospitals. I don't thia the scheme will be impracticable in the twentieth century." This preacher. Dr. T. P. Haley, has the correct idea. But it will be a long tine before it is popular. Apparently the great man of the people are in favor of unrestricted marriage and unrestric ted divorce. They want the laws to be such that they can experiment with matrimony, and resort to divorce for a license to go on experimenting. They want matrim...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

r-1rs?-TTt-. -ri-T .-; ,W 4 THE COURIER. 5 & - - 'J , -- ' :' - -. I. TBLBPHONE IMPROVEMENTS r j3tk wires underground, and it is doubtful here is a more complete, effective ays tea any whore in the United States. The building is not so large as the home office in Omaha, but it presents, if any thing, a more attractive appearance, and contains some improvements not in the Ail of the operating What is your idea of the central tele phone office? Have you ever seen the "hello girls' at work? Up in the third story of the Nebraska OinaL'a building. Telephone company's new building on paraphernalia in the central office is en Thirteenth street just south of the Pot tirely new. embracing the very latest win block, there is a spacious room, ele-' ideas in telephoning. With the new gintly appointed, that has at first sight, equinment there is also a new system of something the appearance of a bask making connections that telephone pat from behind the wooden enclosure, the rons find very s...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

rasr &- Jy. ; ";grW 4-'Vvv?- -' - ;v 5 " f.M ir THE COURIER :t r HOUSE . o. ,:7-f FSMKE r , -SUaUBJW BBBaW BW"! BU" A OPfcKA EHRXT3iTO Manaaer i&- Sff i O fe. 15 "" r t 9? r . i. i Tlie musical evext: of tlxe year ENGAGEMENT OF. TH1 '.FAMOUS' 7 MiMt;j: , H; jgN iAWC- iiAVArar & S - V'AMMMWf Under the direction of Chae. H Pratt. In a grand production of Bizet's Dramatic opera' -jr & w" r a vmmiim,i77 a sr v nst am mat n vat sat sai sa . -i- 4 -'m l 111 I ., 1 ..t.-.'s XME& rl CARMEN -6 J tj. .? 7 - ,- .' " &? f 9 5 Prices 50c 75b 11.00 -S1I50 Seats on sale at Dunn's drug store, Tuesday morning April 7, a a. ra A 1 3f-" ' -T. for water commissioner, is well known to the people of this city, having served the public in various capacities. He too has a strata; antagonist in Mr. Har greaves, ButTepublicaas have no cause or dissatisfaction with Mr. Byer, and they will stay by him. If they do he will be elected. The remaining candidates, Mr. Ab. bott, Mr. Bonestedt,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

C&v - sd JV AT. lx" ; -r jML S& " r . - - s I - .? 1 -1 p Li-c CiC- - ' A- W w.v-t i .. r- ? fc- r? -.- s-7 " T-t v"V-": THI COUMKR. THE 1 ANSIStfO lUBAfHi Oiae week commencing Ao:ncla;y9 iVprtl aJCr - -"V" "" ilWS Vy f"i,tiflS-T5'JJ - xne j -r of repertoire Companies 25 r- ?vK -T--c lftfe , Six nights ard Saturday matinee of solid comedy interspersed with the latest singing and dancing 'specialties fsft rr jSt Something to make at peace with mankind Something to amuse Something to please Something to drive your care away Something to make you hppy but NOTHING TO OFFEND THE MOST FASTIDIOUS Z n ADMISSION 1 0 CENTS TO ALL PARTS OF THEHOUSE Watch out for the novel band parade Monday at noon. Two concerts daily 11:30 a. m. 7:15 p. m. I THE STAGE ' 2 Often a theatrical attraction is measured by the emotions it induces. "A Parisian Romance" is a morbid, dis agreeable play, and the effect on the audience is anything but pleasing. Hence many of the persons who appear ed in their goo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

c 3C T ZS'tsTT? V5i - - - ,- J "V3. It 'is' ;r-T-- - , l.r'Ji i- "fciw V THE COURIER. -p?. te Sf- W r A 1' . tS ?mC-MmZmmMM m. VcXjj? " J " r : , ik' t weandournbTghbors Z A' "Oh; had ( the wings of a dove I would fly far, far away," expresses the daily mental endeavor of all of us. Oh. to get away from hod carrying and brick-laying and the heavy things that hit us oa the head all the time. Who would not give up a few things classi fied as luxuries for an island of the sea oaly partially inhabitated by unsophis ticated natives? A place overrun with vises and wild scentless flowering things thkt do not cloy nor tire, where all you meet are strange dark people with no social traditions, no clothes to speak of, hence no anxieties of style to bother them or you. How like a morning walk is Paradise to wander over the fields that are sot worth much because corn and wheat and greed will not grow there BBd when yeu meet only people you do sot Icbow. The last condition is the one, that, bein...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

rl JCc ? -w- - S? 'TV , Sir ', 'f i thx courier. V vrrj4'" - 'H. war. ;e." V S.i T . t'2-r &;. ?&. TfTr : srf sjKi. krX ; is tiresome 'tt placed between you ''and the horizdn on a pedestal! The pedes tal, the' elevation is 'what' we object to. Who put it up there? Or did it climb up there' in the night' like Mr. Thurs ton? Any way, it belongs down on the ground with the rest of us. Even 'Na poleon got his column in the Place' Vendome pulled down because it was too high to celebrate one man's" deeds. A hero must wear his stainless honor with entire unconsciousness if he does not wish the gallery to tell him to go home to his "ma." Mr. "Russell's pedes tal was a little too high. He might have got down and kicked it over when he had the chance to get drunk but he wished to teach his relatives a great moral lesson and he kept sober more's the pity. The curtain raiser "Mr. Valentine's Christmas", was very pathetic. Mr. Rus sell was the gentle old bachelor. His servant and lie wer...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

'&1 I'fO K ' r, - 1 ?i)&ty? 7W- rZ - -; i i&- H--r ---." . v O - - ii-.T-: & ' i ". " -v '. the covmaoL . i -t v . Is.- t ks- lie im , MISS PENELOPE, OMAWT -jrf-f V - !?' W My Dear EleaBor: Well, tbe Curtain Raiser ha beea played, aitd it w sot as niBilwg toe Back to conclude it waa sat as utter failure, aiaee Tee Cocbieb nnff up the drop. Now the serious business la about to begin. I have found oat even at thia tender, buddiag period of my jonraalis tie career, that there k nethiaf ao ab solutely solemn aa trying to be taaay. Yoa must be something, when corres ponding with a newspaper, either funny, or awfully wart, and after reflection, I hare decided ou the foraier. Mamma aid, "Why don't you be perfectly nat ural PeBeloper and Bob, my brother. "better be flat. Pen, it will be for you." I suggested that the jeke smacked a triie ot tbe Middle Ages and he agreed with me, adding" that the application of it in thia caae waa the oaly thing worth mentioning. I thiak it t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

t1 ; aSS -"?wv-p.J5'f!t;:3 &..-'$ THqOUKUIlL r5f,-iSM,S '&& r-v: - REPORT OF THE CONDITION ' of the IB SAVINGS Bl At Lincoln, in the state of Nebraska at the close of business on the 23th day of March, '96. . RESOURCES First mortgages on improved real estate 114,840 00 Loans on collateral security.. 14,199 90 Due from national, slate, and private banks and bankers.. 5,347 83 Furniture and fixtures 2,353,80 Current expenses and taxes "" paid 7,141,40 Exchanges for clearing - house ,8632 43 Bills of other banks, in cluding gold and sil ver certificates 505 00 Fractional -paper cur rency," nickels, cents.. 11 98 Goldcoin... 185 00 Silver dollars 359 00 Fractional silver coin. 134 30 Legal tender notes 300 00-2,177 71 Nebraska county warrants $ 959 71 Nebraska state warrants 24,353 71 Nebraska school district bonds. 2,570 00 Total ......$73,944 17 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 25.00 00 Undivided profits ..11,136 22 Individual deposits subject to check. .$26,754 24 Demand...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

JBVsj3g t? fr . 'JWk : C-- " -- -XV jr " - j-jj . Ff' SA fr. - THEOOOftflUL 1 W fc--- Hlaivktr8 occunied one of the boxtm wier was ehiaing light of the old Tuee ud the Frank Halk had another. " Bat dayEveaing club which feurkhed fpar tk iuHmom Mfi't m nrettv m when or live year ago. tie baa Delia Pex presented "FJeur deLk." laee by the Omaha 'paper that Mks Sheraood, Mrs. Lambertsoa's akter, haa bee the recipient ot much atteation daring her visit ia Omaha. And I notice by the Exceleior which Jack left with aae the other day that Mwa Mc- prooounced literary tastes. He is, or at least be was, interested in dramatic affairs. lie wrote a play shortly before be left Lin coln. I beliere he was popular here, aad I am sure he has many Lincoln SBs9BQaSa Fruit Cook has gone out west to CAM J? -ALL TIM MAOAZMM ' am. - ' f f ,r-. r I T?-REVIEW"REYiEW5 -m v.-i .u-- 9 u -RKaf ihoot ducks acd ffeefte. He will come T.Liacolaa in Ibeir box at the grand back with birds and gainy stories, Jck opera i...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

.1 W v " - 1 !5fSi2v jvi- "-., w. 01 i? - f - V - -, .- N XS TH1 COURIER. - -,"? v t- v? '' . ?s ar' gj&fc DID YOU SAY? Kfcfc H Wt IftMft PEOPUt have wheels of one kind or another, and there are many kinds of wheels, including those in the head wheels good, bad and indifferent. ;:; fjataaeBB luore are nuiuo wuccin numuiu ucnoi iuu M other wheels that they really belong in a class "" anB,t Thov dm n nlnaa all hv ttiAmtAluAa They are good wheelB the best CRMtCER has them nobody else in Lincoln has. if you are thinking of pur chasing anything in ihe bicycle line you cannot afford to neglect calling on him. & Syracuse Overland Magnet GEO. A. GRANCBR Nothing in This World j Is so cheap as a newspaper, whether it be measured by the cost of its production or by it: value to the consumer. We are talking about an American, metropolitan, daily paper of the first class like THE CHICAGO RECORD. It's sn cheap and so good you can't afford in this day of progress to be without it. There ar...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 April 1896

Bfe9 !-.. KS - --t ? - . h. -59 -"-. 5 . - gu vxw : ,- "f ?s ?-iS? X-" - ,' -" . -. '. jsf-f- .-r -j.. . i .jaw. aauv . . wtos Bxsscnaw -a-- 1 - - -i- .- 1- - jjaji . ra.fdi bJp i7jij, mjtiT u .cgi(friic2i-i' - - V? .-. -r- s. TMSCOUBIBK. FUN KE OPERA HOUSE fT. O. ZBHRUNG, Manatcer- .-.-,.: y; '" '- - .- -v' - t- . '-1 MAES K HSARHE r; a 3? x -- T1X -etn - ?- --5 -1-- ;' - f ,:5 :y' ' 4 ac rs; " i J1 i ' -S-t t . .- i ' " . . - " .:& ,fr-" 'K - - SA " $ -' - -? ( -- Powerful, Clean. Wholesome Play ; An laoai American Actor. Strong American Play. A Beautiful Story. Handsome Scenery. "Shore Acres." A drama of real life of today. An ideal American company - Pure American aentiment A beautiful play " Strong situations "Shore Acres" Time Reduced (Jreat Kb Island Route Rans their Phillip' gullman Excursion OKBtO Hfl 111 oa tkeir fast trains. Examine tim wreU aai we tfcat we are nearly TWO HOUR qwieker tkaa asy other route Chicago The Fhtttiac excurnoaa are popular M hae carried over 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 April 1896

av e. ?.' Ii -x,. '-"4" rrv , ,r -Vwv,ia ,- j"r. ; - ri v ?-$' k - r .- - -- taJvWr,- . ". - 17 x-Ti HBBHBWSBT 'cyjrswwewwpspFv" ;r ' S' ;i f jy v - r 3hs- y "A' ' YbLitfWis ? &" '" s'1 ' ESTABLISHED IN 1896 " " PRICE FIVE CENTS jy, ?. ' i " - - MW i amm x '. K!ffaV 5 . jgsFr ! H-p"HBHBVsH3BtbBnB"Bl LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY. APRIL tl 1896 kJZrv KXTKUD IX THK POST OWICI AT LIXCOLU AS BBCOITIMXAH M ATTXX PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY TKC Killing JM NILISIIIK CO Ofie 217 North Elerenth St. Jelephone 384 W.MORTON SMITH SARAH B. HARRIS Editor andMBfer AMocUto Editor Subscription Rates In Advance. Per annum t2.00 Six months 1-00 Three months 50 One month 20 Single copies 5 I OBShRVATIONS I The future of Lincoln! What of it? Just now. in this critical period when derjreeeion has deposited its heavy bur den on the people, when poverty is over taking the prosperous, and Hard Times are tracing hard lines on human faces, we are looking into the future, and each man is an interrogation point. The ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 April 1896

"" ' , a- 3" - . ".: sal ty.. THE COURIER. . x - '? , U.S. Govt fcajoct High we of d k LMiMkcPMntUMt 4i tHTEPf "POPE Mrs. Dimmick Iw provoked eommeat prejudicial to himself ami the high oee which he bat recently keW, aad it is a.asticabl if a proper regard for the proprieties of hie poaitioo would Bot hava'prevented thie second Marriage. Benjamin 'Harrieoti hat beea prssideat of the United States, the highest boner AGE AND DEATH WBITTBN FOB THK COUBIEB.. area. They have givea the city admta istratiea oae whole year to work out the ayatea at "regulation, aad at last real iae that they have been mercilessly dapc. Instead of wise regulation of these eviia we have bo regulation at all. The gamMets have been given their own way ao long that they are even as piriag to regulate the affairs of the city themselves. They are active in politics. They not only keep their placea open at au'tiaaea. but they parade IhenMelvea aad their business on the sidewalks, ia aha vary teeth of the police, aa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 April 1896

,VTJ? jo - .-:; -r' . Tt - f - ;v t -V"-- v - x WttqaftjfffiiL Mgw BiBBHBBBBBBBBBBK3 iP- VvC Sw -. : t sir -V fec- !- B-,' V i- f v . . m aim v n kr n wjjw laMBiHiir ? imtoStt riiioag. is Louis and his Richelieu would be acterizations. I Yea. it is true, says the Dramatic 0JEM tLereie attempt to preeent Times. Dare Belasco has about the lsr-,Nr? t"w,y Wlth . "lwt,c est income of any dramatist living. HCJtirfcthe "empt so far fail, of it. royalties on the Heart of Maryland " to. make hw.tonc btt,e amount to over 11,500 week. He rIJiSpnP " 'or puppet.. SfAILwMSr'oPyl''P !!L "In ' T" and mign,H JaJSi Vir TnLT aTftkicS .pawBrtffarfc mockery and meanueas. nA.mn lyuitouufl 70 h play, like .Charity Ball, The Wife. ?" cmn.niu ne'P " and Men and9 ftU8? 4rafm,,cJfopuckU8' lo temua between over 2o .83 ". bu ' .-jioaiciiur,miA.43iMar sain j, , . 41 "" - tr r 3-77 3vxtttijt7J jrnj-TT UJiJJ 1 -i ivn -n f. 1 im.. over 12,000 a ekittj9DdiaxilkiniS?ssT,BllrrfS5v . isn't it? Bnt.'tlMiQelUbiril'Wr'dV'...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 April 1896

-Tj at X' v THBCOURISIL rv? ANNOUNCEMENTS. In "Mrs. PoBderbunr'aPaat," the sew play which Stuart Kobsea will pt educe for the first time is thk city at the Lan sing theatre Thursday, April 16, that k 'PB lady's husband k the character as sumed by Rob.on. Matthew Ponder bary k two thing Bot easy to recoacile, a thorough scapegrace at heart and the moat abject and henpecked of aen. such vices as be displays have hither to bees those of the slave and have sot extended beyood a prurient cur iosity. No attempt has he made to kick over the traces or indulge hk natural tastes. Ue has never dared to go farther than peeping through chinks aad crevices. What he has thus sur mised caacersiBg hk immedkte neigh bor, Madame di Lowinski, a widow of antecedents, it would be euphemktic to describe as dubious, aoi- provoke him to measures stronger than he has hith erto adopted. Challenging the sprightly fair one to nocturnal rendezvous at the studio of Mervin Thorpe he smuggles himself Hseeen into th...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 April 1896

ty&y&g&&F& .- THE COU1UK1L i.-,- "SSJJ?' f,-rs' "" , -&r Lv Vi s v i fc ? a . ; r MISS PENELOPE, OMAHA My Dear Eleanor: Doubtless you have noticed many funeral processions, have observed the solemn stately move ment of the vehicles, and tbe subdued, mournful air of every one, including the hired drivers but have you ever taken particular notice of the return of the same procession? Where is the solem nity now? Even the horses fleck their tails gaily, hold up their heads smartly, and trot along; as if to say "Well, for goodness sake, we've had a doleful enough time, let's brace up if possible." I am cot the first person who ever no ticed this peculiarity, it impressed an obscure poet by the name of Riley, to such ap extent that he wrote a poem about it "When the Hearse Comes Back. Its just an illustration of the fact that humanity is not built for gloom. When a man or woman arrives at a point where he or she likes to breakfast, lunch and dine on large chunks o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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