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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 2 May 1896

Efi&E9l9W'9aW"lBiMKVrttmM THE COURIER. From Town Topics The Boston Artiste' Festival this year did not come in for as big a share of fashionable attention as it generally does, for it occurred in the dead vast and middle horse show week; but Mrs. Jack" Gardner.Mrs. Montgomery Sears and Mrs. William P. Apthorp were among the few that were loyal enough to its interests to leave their boxes early Wednesday night in time to appear at the Grundmaun studio6 just before mid night and see and be a piece of "The Arabian Nights." Mrs. Scara'-get up'' had one peculiarity to which she held the exclusive right. She wore through her nose, or apparently so, a genuine jeweled nose-ring, and she wore it with aa much unconcern bb it it had been her hrbit to have it there. Oddly enough it was rather becoming. Her coetume of an Indian princess was silvery gauze and embroidered satin, with pearls upon pearls, and more pearls besides. Mrs Apthorp, all in Huffy white and peacock's feathers, was gorgeo...

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

THE COURIER. t u A. THE STAGE Julia Marlowe Taber is rapidly rising in the esteem, not only of the New York public, but even in that of the New York critics. On the morning of her appear ance as Juliet most of the dramatic writ era with their usual conservation with respect to anything new to that city were moderate in their praise The Sunday reviews, however, were most en thusiastic. Only two of the critics were harsh. A curious incident once occurred to Mr. Joseph Jefferson, connected with his play, "Rip Van Winkle." There is in the village of Catskill a Rip Van Win kle club. "The society did me the honor to invite me to act the character in their town," said Mr. Jefferson. "I ac cepted and when I arrived was met by the president and other members of the club, among whom was young Nicholas Vedder, who claimed to be a lineal des cendant of the original 'old Nick.' I was taking a cup of tea at the table in the hotel," continued Mr. Jefferson, "when I was attracted to the colored wai...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 2 May 1896

''tfay:. - rm. ! "5? T -? c- ' " '4iT . THB COUEIEjL BANKRUPT ED. A. CHURCH. Mgr. SATURDAY MAY 2 Matins and night Large assortment of ole gant bed room sets, parlor suite, upholstered and plain old chairs, all sizes, unique center tables, desks, bric-a-brac, etc. i A very choice lot of brass els carpet, best make; Ax minster, rich designs; in grain carpets; matting and exquisite rugs all sizes and styles. sr - ALL AT HAED TIMES PRICES GWETTW & JOWS -A 230-238 S. WST, 'YTtill lina t9 rwwtlrincr titan- '.ls -at prices way below -Tcbst. " Window shades, . curtains lace curtains, window shade fixings, etc. Fine brass bed steads, antique side boards, an tique bed room sets, beautiful lounges, beauti ful divans. FURNITURE --.- Wi -- ', yW; A show for ladies, gentlemen and children PEOPLE ?? 3r KS Headed by the only Billy Young, America's greatest colored comedian and -" Bweet singer. Huliard Brewer, the wonderful boy contortionist. PARADE AT NOON Pickaninnie drum corps. Buck and wing ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

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Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

THE COURIER. r Highest of all in Leavening Power- Latest U. S. Gov't Report DVaI Batons sT Powder Absolutely pure Bociation with Mr. Eugene Moore, audi tor of public accounts, and a candidate for the nomination for governor, and 'Jack" McColi, possessor of the beauti ful whiskers and also a candidate for the nomination for governor, it is only natural that the kindly instinct of Mr. Hartley should prompt him to take these two gentlemen into his syndicate, and he is not slow in extending tLe invita tion. Mr. Bartley calls in Mr. McNisb and Mr. McColi, Mr.Moore.and it is quick ly arranged that the four are to stand by each other. Mr. McNish is to be supported overywhere for treasurer; Mr. McColi is to be boomed for governor, and Mr. Moore is also to be boomed for the same office. An innocent observer might imagine that there would be con flict here. But the wily Mr. Bartley only rubs his hands as he thinks how smooth he is. Nobody knows better than Mr. Moore that he can never be nomi"...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

THE COURIER. ing newspaper in this city, superseding a gentleman whose roasting oven has,b constant use, been rendered ineffective, it is my great pleasure to welcome, on behalf of the press of the city and state, the gentleman of the auburn hair, and assure him that we are glad to have him with us. Mr. Courtney was intended for a journalist, and as he is just in bis prime, his friends can look forward to his rising as high as Charles A. Dana or C. II. Gere if the flying machine is perfected in time. Mr. Courtney's liter ary style is very much like Macaulej'a, only Courtney's is a great deal better. The rest of us are sure to be more or less obscured by the new journalist, but we will take our share of reflected glory and let it go at that. Hero's to Col. Court ney! May he never lose his color. THE EDITOR. & Agents for the BllTLm&yrei? I HOW THEY LIKE THE SLATE : mmimmimmimmimmmimmimimim5 There should be, under the call, 1.067 gjDeering the movement. -Seward Re delegates in ...

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

II H ! I THS COURIER. . . T.. - V - MISS PENELOPE, OMAHA Dear Eleanor: Gen'l and Mrs. Brook, you know we feel as if these delightful people belong to ub, are east. Gen'l Brook is to command the troops at the unveiling of the Hancock statue in Washington. Lieut. Quay, one of our former gallants, is with them. Mrs. Warren Rogers and her little daughter leave before long to spend the season at the summer residence of Mrs. Rogers' mother. The prospect seems to be that the Warren Rogers may leave Omaha for an indefinite length of time, which we naturally regret. Mrs. Bishop Clark son is in Marylana for the summer. I heard a few days ago that Mrs. Georga McCord nee Crandall of this city, now of Pueblo, Col., met with quite a serious accident recently. A bed room lamp exploded, quite severely burning her face and neck. These things unworthily seem worse to us when they happen to pretty people. Mrs Casper E. Yost en tertained Gen'l and Mrs. Manderson, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lyman very infor...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

THE COURIER. $rxirxr'ccccrc$ 6 d 9 $ i ELEANOR'S LETTER My Dear S Spring fever has taken hold of usall. Jack says the whole town needs Hood's. Captain Guilfoyle has been keeping bachelor hall ever since the first of the year, Mrs. Guil foyle and their little daughter having been at Ft. Robinson on account of the daughter's health. Last Saturday be was pleasantly surprised by Mrs. Guil foyle's arrival. She remained in town a few days, leaving for Ft. Robinson Wed nesdry evening. Mrs. Guilfoyle's stay was marked by one or two small enter tainments given for her. Ernest Hough ton has been having another adventure. Really the newspapers are kept busy chronicling the experiences of this young man. Mrs. H. H. Wilson gave a Kensing ton with conundrum attachment at her home on 16th street last week The conundaums were hung up around the rooms and after considerable con sultation the ladies were able to guess the most of them. Dr. and Mrs. Ladd gave a reception last week to the fraternity of...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

ywJwwWWW.'if-.f'if'i-l THB COOTUM. uMjwaauwfwtwwww We're up to date on fancy colored shirts Our styles are new, our makes the latest We've shirts with Collars attached We've shirts with Collars detached i T -' T f Wj - - -, Any kind and all kinds you'll find . 1 - - 1 At CLOTHES, HATS FURNISHINGS WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS Sarah Bernhardt Bays that Rejane was not a success in this country and that the reason for it is that Rejane is a comedienne and that comedy can not be conveyed by hands, feet, eyes, mouth as tragedy can. Sarah then tells the tiresome tale she tells every time an American reporter interviews her about how the first time she played in New York at the end of every live minutes she heard a hissing sound and was un able to account for it until its contin ued repetition showed her sharpened one married, the other jealous of her sister's happiness, endeavoring to steal her husband's love. Perhaps the great est success Miss Cay van achieved was in the melodrama of "Squire Kate...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

THE COURIXK. "THE fMAOVlS" SPECIALS FOR 19 CENTS. :. ' f3 C,- - - . v V & K. : St 1 o ? fc-rf LOT NO. 1-50 dozen Leghorn Hats, in black and white, worth 50c for 19c each LOT NO. 2-80 dozen opera straw Bail ors, all colors, high or low crowns, worth 40c for 19c each LOT NO. 3-65 dozen Pearl Straw Sail ors, ir black, brown and navy, high or low crown, worth 50c. . . . for 19c each LOT NO. 4.-25 dczen Union Milan Flats, in black only- The proper thing for the garden. Well worth 45c : for 19c each LOT NO 5.- 33 dozen American Beauty Roses, with foliage, all colors. Worth as high as C5c for only 19c per bunch LOT NO. 6-25 dozen Beautiful Long Wreaths, all the colois. Others sell them for 50c. for 19c FREE We give away an after dinner cup and saucer, an individual cream and sugar, a cream pitcher, or toon Don basket, with every $3.00 purchase. THB liSAJWIOXJS, 1009 O St. points of excellence and is full of promise; his Othello has more merit, though in it he is brought into direct com...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

THE COURIER. r MUSICAL MENTION Johk Randolph Paderewski has just sailed for his home in Paris takiog'with him nearly two hundred thousand dollars of good American moi.ey presumably on a gold basis. The enormous sum of two hun dred and forty-seven thousand dollars represents the actual receipts of hie three months tour in this country. The travelling expenses are comparatively small for Padereweki furnishes the whole entertainment without the assis tance of vocalist or violinist. When he plays with orchestra it is with an or ganization like the Boston Symphony or the band of Theodore Thomas per manantly located in some city. Uf course he carried with him a private sec retary and manager besides his grand pianoforte, but it will be seen that these entail comparatively small expense.Even Madame Patti must carry an orchestra and other singers; Bernhardt and Duse and Irving represent hundreds of peo ple; this one slight nervous man plays a piano and the dollars roll in! There must be som...

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

TH1 COURIER. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Otie of the neatest, most unique and absorbing entertainments of the current season ib "Mies Jerry .'" The title gives no adequate idea of the character of the play, the scenes of which are laid in New York city, whither "Miss .Terry" turns her foot-steps after a more or les: adven turous "bring up" in a Colorado mining camp. In the great, wicked and cruel metropolis, "Miss Jerry" meets her fate; a handsome clever fellow, who seems so far above her, socially, that she bitterly laments the chance that threw him in her path. Among the various characters represented in this, the first pictuieplay ever presented in this country are Chauncey Depew, "Farmer Dunn," the weather prophet, and Supt. Martin of the Brooklyn bridge. Among the out door scenes are views of Broadway, City Hall park, Madison Square, Fifth Ave nue hotel, Washington Square, and Cen tral park "Miss Jerry" was presented last season before an extraordinarily wide range of audiences, including s...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

'mz ??f-5?&&v THE COURIER. ARE YOU It eo this will interest you. Every Rambler rider who goes the mile in leas than D'wo minutes paced orunpaced, at any panctioned I.A.W. race ill receive an Emtellislx3ci souvenir with name ind details of performance engraven ' upon it. Riders of Any otherivlieel fitted with J. &G, tires will receives little lees valuable souvenir for like performance. The holder of the greatest number of "two min " ute" souvenirs by Jan 1, 1897 will receivo a' grand souvenir. Local Bicycle Notes The regular meeting of the Capital City Cycling club will occur Tuesday, April 13, when it is expected to deter mine if there is to be a road race or track racing on the now track on Deco ration day. Other important questions will be taken up and it is desired that all aaembers be present. Meeting is called for 8 o'clock sharp. Since the abolition of class B the wheel manufacturers are not so ready to fur nish racing men with wheels for team work. Most of our lo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

THE COURIER. t"5 r fef :H Wanted a Boss Good Old Time West Virginia, the Mountain State, if. full of interesting characters. Back of the rather aristocratic little town of Philippi are fastnesses not. jet disturbed by the onward march of civilization. A well-known politician was canvassing through that section for votes, when he came to a cabin where a young woman was holding a man on tho ground by his ears. "Done got enough?" she aske'l. "I give it up,' he said. Then the girl released the man, who went uway, look ing very much abashed. "What's the trouble?" inquired the politician. -Thar wa'n't no trouble," replied the girl. "He jes' ast meter marry 'im, an' I've alius said I wouldn't marry any man I could whop. Kinder looks like I couldn' fin' one. I've tried moe' of 'era round hyar, an' none of 'era ain't any good. I tol' 'im all about it, an' I didn' want ter whop this un much, but he jus' went down soon as I tackled 'im. I reckon I'll hev ter be an ole maid. I kain't abide havi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 May 1896

ir'2tK20&5lrfr-&- ' t&asaBSSgtassasxrs V38 4 THE COURIER. "3? " . -tit! iEMfl& 1 J-!LSi i WW . W iT BANKKUn ! v1 -" Liarge assortment of ele gant bed room sets, parlor suits, upholstered and plain old chairs, all sizes, unique center tables, desks, bric-a-brac, etc. A very choice lot of bruss els carpet, best make; Ax minster, rich designs; in grain carpets; matting and exquisite rugs all sizes and styles. ALL AT HARD TIMES PRICES fcRVKIfW & -OWS 230-238 S. USY. Full'line of cooking uten sils at prices way below cost. Window shades, curtains lace curtains, window shade fixings, etc. Fine brass bed Bteads, antique side boards, an tique bed room sets, beautiful lounges, beauti ful aivanB. s-f FURNITURE n 6-- wKntfts Designers and Introducers Only Practical Hatters lnfoincoln M-i 5fc 1896 NOVELTY t i Making hats a specialty. We always carry in stock as fast as they are designed the very latest novelties. Latest novelties in GOLF and BICYCLE caps. Largest line of str...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

r:vi kL i r ': . j--uf"-" " '" t VOL 11. NO 20 ESTABLISHED IN 1836 PRICE FIVE CENT!: l"t .J.-.-. .fc;.o:i t: IVY.':-: .x H H B JiBSCClCgtfiUoiWPr'Sr tWBpwwijfcafc ij" h M a LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY. MAY 1G 1896 reading and learning of such things as these than to bother ourselves about such mere trifles as who shall he the republican nominees for governor, treasurer, auditor, secretary, commis sioner, etc, etc. ENTERED IN THE POST OFFICE AT LINCOLN AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY THE COURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING GO Office 217 North Eleventh St. Telephone 384 (Si We ought to be thankful that there is in the republican party of Nebraska a benevolent syndicate not only willing but anxious to assume ali the functions of the party. When Fox made up his book of Martyrs the crop did not become extinct. It is good to know that there are those among us who are willing to W.MORTON SMITH Editor and Manager themselver for the weal of SARAH B. HARRIS Associate Editor the body po...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

"Tfe-Tg-Se 'iK'tyr: 5v-w - THE COURIER. Highest of all in Learning Power Late U. S. Gov't Report RoJS ABMUIYEEIT PURE thing that approached approximat fairness. It ib not likely that the people will permit court practices to revert to the customs of the dark ages, when the courts' sold privileges. t Gen. J. S. Coiey, who cot long ago led an army of tramps on a march from Maseilon, Ohio, to Washington, rolled into Omaha the other day in a Pullman car and established himself at the Pax ton hotel. While Coxey is engaged in telling the other fellows how poor they are he always takes the best there is for himself. When the tramps of his army were trudging along on foot he rode in a carriage behind milk white steeds. In Omaha Coxey sought that familiar spirit Paul Vandervoort. the most interesting and picturesque fraud in the state of Nebraska. Seperiutenuent Saylor has issued a general circular to teacheis with ref erence to the close of the work of the year and the examinations The sug ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

THE COURIER. jBiXlmejr-e ELEANOR'S LETTER ( I 9 & Ml DEAR S 1 can scarcely write my fingers are so stiff. Samrua, the girl and I have clean ed the whole house with a little help from a man with the carpets and the paint. I exult as I walk about the streets and see other people just be ginning to clean house. Mamma said for a girl who is up every evening in the week I am pretty good help. She does not understand though that I worked so hard in order to get through and to get to work on my spring clothes. How lovely the cry-goods windows look now. Don't you think the linens and dimities are" lovely? I am so glad tichus are stylish the long diagonal lines from shoulder to waist are so becoming, and the open neck is as comfortable as it is beautiful. In a sprigged muslin, sounds like the beginning of your grandmother's romance, does it not?Ye will all begin and end that way this Slimmer. The university and the capitol yards are lively spots. It is not the birds that think so either....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

THE COURIER. We're up to date on fancy colored shirts Our styles are new, our makes the latest We've shirts with Collars detached We've shirts with Collars attached Any kind and all kinds you'll find V At CLOTHB8, HATS FURNISHINGS j$)j .c(1?? Iw SaXSeSe fHH 122 i ARE HERE 10 81 AND IF YOU EXPECT TO PUR CHASE A NEW WHEEL COME AND SEE US. - - TDHE? GtADIATOR H. H. Ward, manager in charge. The oldest repair man in the city. AH work absolutely first class, at hard time prices. If your wheel needs fixing we will do it promptly and guarantee our work. We have some special bargains in new wheeK ------ --- --- )s jll Oo.Sg tie dance a la wild west show and parsed on leaving him dazed, listening to the echoes of their parting war whoop. Really, the most exciting thing now adays is attending openings. The soda water and confectionery openings are. In their way, great. Tou get a good deal of society and some flowers and music thrown in with your dime's pur chase. Wednesday I had an engage ment...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

THE COURIER. FITZ GERALD DRY GOODS COMPANY nnnjanjuinniuinnjinn.anjirijinjijiniuinruurnjijvi HERE IS THE BIGGEST KIND OF A BARGAIN: LADIES' LNNDRIED SHIRT W1I5T5 49c. EflCfl 200 dozen (2,400) Shirt Waists, a big lot, but we have them. They are our entire line of 75c and 85c waists and nearly all of our $1 ones. They are all made with extra large Bishop's sleeves. The cloth is a good quality of percale. They are laundried and made in the best manner. We could probably sell the entire lot before July 1, for 75c, 85c and $1 each, but we prefer cleaning them up in a week and have made one price on the entire lot. From Saturday on they are 49c. each. MISS PENELOPE, OMAHA My Dear Eleanor: Talk about the heathen who worship Idols and pros trate themselves before the sun and fire gods, aiid spend time in mysterious rites and ceremonies, or the Indians, who slash off their ears and tatoo their bodies in hideous designs, in order to appease some imaginary deity of their misguided Imaginations...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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