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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

J-J-JWfBSWJpiy THE COURIER. WE AND OUR NEGHBORS i itHHMIIIIIMMMIW Archibald Forbes' "Czar and Sullan'tyours and mine, a present from father. ....... . ,, Mark Twain was much moved and had is, in spiie of the preface, a real account dlfnculty m finding his voice. But of the distinguised war-correspondent's finally with considerable obstruction irom cnoKiiiK, ne ui il uui, iwu ui experiences in the Russian-Turkish war of 1877 78. In the preface, Mr. Forbes disclaims his own personality and at the 6aiuo time destroys the val ue of the book as an authority by three words at a time: "Mr. Langdon. whenever you are In Buffalo, If It's twice a .year, come right up here and bring your bag with you. Tou may stay overnight if you want to. It shan't cost you a cent." stating that the moving adventures offe a pesta! by the generous, but are related oy one jouu Carnegie iu deceived and misguided people or Ten nis nephews in the twilight hour. The book contains no maps and no foot-notes. It belonc...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

THE COURIER. -.v & m r. v f . at-- - fcc' hard as In the Methodist church, and no church with a congregational form of government that allows women so little power. Probably there Is no dan ger of their rebellion because .of con tinued oppression, but desertion would bring the conference to terms. There is something the matter. It may with the principle that bases representa tion on taxation. If It apply to only one half of the race lt is no principle, but a fad that time will wear out. Anyway the Methodists ought to be quiet here after about ;the assumed privileges of women hi "a Christian land." The New York Dramatic Mirror of last week has a picture of a proscenium curtain painted by Gates and Morange, for a theatre in Springfield, Mass. The reproduction Is in black and white, of course, but even If the color Is not on a level with the compomtlon It can not but be beautlful.The subject is revellers leaving a masque ball. A group of ladles are descending the conventional pros ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

Tr im COURIER. "THE YMOVS" SPECIALS FOR 19 CENTS. tf v --- - -t' i LOT NO. 150 dozen Leghorn Hats, in black and white, worth 50c ". for 19c each LOT NO. 280 dozen opera straw sail ors, all colors, high or low crowns, worth 40c for 19c each LOT NO. 3-63 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 65c for only 19c por bunch LOT NO. 625 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 bon bon basket, with evry $3.00 purchase. THE ;EAJfcIOXJJS, 1OO0 O St. Miss Penelope, Omaha (Continued from page 5) with Mrs. Potter Palmer. Now, do you suppose it is possible that any one would think that a person who ha...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

THB COURIER. ABE YOU IT I ! ODro If eo this will interest you. Every Rambler rider who goes the mile in less than minutes paced orunpaced, at any Functioned L.A.W. race rill receive an Xrr&tellisli.ecl souvenir with name ind details of performance engrave 1 upon it. Riders of Any otlir wheel fitted with J. & G, tires will receive a little less valuablo souvenir for like performance. The holder of the greatest number of "two min ute" souvenirs by Jan 1, 1897 will receivo a grand souvenir. J. R. GfrUTHRIS, 1540 O St, ; RAMBLER f i !mJi trisuotb Personal Mention Dr. Frank N. Riale. who Is supplying the pulpit of the First Presbyterian church, is a scholar of fine taste, wide experience and thorough training. In 18S7 he took the Williams Fellowship at Harvard university. He Is a frequent contributor to the Popular Science Monthly and other magazines. He was a member of the Advisory Council "f Parliament of Religions. The Saturday Review, Des Moines, in an article on Dr. Riale'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. — 16 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 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

THE COURIER. i'- Mr. Sedgwick's Reply. In a very able and interesting article in The Courier, W. Morton Smith gives a good many cogent reasons why "Jack" AIcColl should not be nominated for governor. Mr. Smith is entitled to the distinction of being not only the most graceful writer in the state, but of stating his honest convictions fully and fairly without fear or favor. He closes his political article by saying: "Mr. Sedgwick, the former secretary of the republican state central committee, has used up columns of good space in his newspaper demanding better men for public office in this state. Other edi tors, in off seasons, have taken up the cry. Now that the campaign is on will Mr. Sedgwick, prosecute the good work? Will the other editors who talked fear lessly but a few months back have the courage to voice their honest convict ions now? Will the republican news papers of the state say a word now in disapproval of the candidacy of such men as McColl and in advocacy of bigger me...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 May 1896

THE COURIER. UtMttlte BANKRUPT M"ras Designers and Introducers Only Practical Hatters lnkincoln ': ijarge 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 PEICES 1896 NOVETIL 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 straw hats in the city. F'a.n.ojr '-hi -e.: College colors And other combinations In our furnishing goods department you will fiind the latest tnd most exclusive novelties. A full line of bi cycle ho6e, belts and sweaters at prices that are right. a H J 111, y (in. SRVreUW & iWWS 230-238 S. UST. Full line of cooking uten sils at prices way below cost. Window shades, curtains lace curtains, wind...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

- -&?.. k 5t " i -as-tf-as:' ;. - v.:- ' a -. - vfflyL 'V-. , "1Ks 8"" j I? -muhVt!" - - VOL 11. NO 21 t '- ' r BP .- 'J.V- " bSTABLISHBD IN 18SG PRICE FIVB CBNTh ir --.? "Mg f --s?t , -33" ;f LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY, MAY 23 I89G CS-aptMC- sun, the drouth, dieappointmeut. fail- . uio on iucdd aio iciriuit;, auu iucj ij true. But they are not all. This is not Nebraska, as the capual and uninformed reader of Mrs. Peattie's volume might imagine. And the material which the entered in the rosT OFricE at LINCOLN writer has used is not any more pro- second-class matter ductive than that which she disdains. PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY The gl sunshine, the pure, invig orating air, the unexplainable exhiler- BI ation, wide prairies and undulating ex- THE COURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO pause, the rich soil.the prosperous and Offlc.217KorthEIet.nU.St. hapP? l h.Pefu,nefB and promise all these are inseparably eon- j elephorve Oo4 nected with the very name Nebraska, and who will say that an a...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

rsr Tjey-T- THE COURIER. S Highest of all in Leavening Power- Latest J. S. Gov't Report Dr&Stl Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE for praying for the conversion of Robert G. Ingersoll. One preacher is reported to have said that he was sure the Methodists of the country would never be pullty of such a foolish act as praying for Ingersoll. The young peo ple's society came In for a good deal of condemnation. The average man. mindful of the picturesque side of the exploit, might . not grow enthusiastic over the project to send up one mighty, unanimous, all-pull-together prayer for the conversion of the prose-poet of Infidelity. But from the point of view of the church man who embraces the doctrinal Idea of the purpose and efficacy of prayer, why shouldn't the young people's so ciety of Christian endeavor and the Methodists too, for that matter, pray for Colonel Ingersoll? Wouldn't it be a good Idea to remove the scales from the eyes of the sneering agnostic and make him see and send him ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

3" THE COURIER. s Emu VI I Hl ' ) OfNOO -t.v V Ct,ilC3 V our walls were sculptured with processions of Hsu res, trains of soldiers with captives, animals and hieroglyphic signs. If we cannot enjoy the Parthenon marbles, we must make the beet of the casts, adding those of Italy, the laughing faces of whose cherubs charm us and whose Madonnas delight us. We make a specialty of fres coing, painting our own designs, and will beautify your home. If you want your room decorated and can't decide just what you want, we will make the se lection for you and guarantee that it will please you. 9S I tt J. W. MlODOITJrXr No 1338 O Street. "W Guarantee Our Torlc D !,ll'9xft.'SaS,Ss5, (3S'5'8 actors and singers and players as well as authors and composers sometimes go too far In the endeavor to acquire at mosphere and "temperament." I have heard young pianists "weep over the keys" ad nauseam: I have heard young singers distort rhythm and wall and quiver under the Impression that they were singing w...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

THE COURIER. eeeeeeee'e4e'0e'eee'ee'e',e'e'e94vee'' FITZ GEEALD DET GOODS CO. Sv. r-ai Ladies', 71 f J :"; -ras" HI. 7Mf A TJ: i- J& "? afe- m t t i 3. 9 CO 9 3 9 9 9 ni 1 9 : "i it H 5J " - fc or Laundried mi t Waists Furnishing Goods. 4 &rttt 40 Cents. , V SUMMER UNDERWEAR . AT A BARGAIN. -' -, THE BIGGEST BARGAIN "WE HAVE EVER OFFERED 4RukiKS " W .J 111 For the benefit of those who were pre vented by the good weather rains of last week from taking advantage of our Special Shirt Waist sale, we will con tinue it for another week. We are offering in this sale our entire line ol 75 and 85c waists. And for this week we will add three lines of our II and two of our 11.25 waists. These goods cost us 89 and 812 a dozen; but when we advertise a sale the cost is nut considered. We name a price that , makes the sale a success. X -te 33c Each. &- IS" t ' 1 y .1 ft 200 dozen Fancy Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers in ecruc or tan color; drawers are taped throughout and faced., Shirts ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

THZ COURIER. afc 3 c Special Offerings for this Week a : r iF A Big Drive in Hosiery. 50 doz. Ladies' Fast Black Hoe, cheap; .-, 8 l-3c a pair; this week, pair 5 60 doz. Misses Fast black, 5 to 81, seam less heel; you have paid 10c: this -, week, pair 5 10 doz extra line Ladies' Hose, formerly OOn snlil for .VI finil fiflrv tliU wick. nair. 00J Summer Dress Goods. Domestics. 20 pieces Scotch Lawns, beautiful An vH jtylc4, worth 5c; this week. . . 42 18 pieces Ardmore Dimities, elo- L -tA gant styles; worth So; this week u J u 3fc yd 6Jcyd 3?cyd 44c yd FRED SCHMIDT & BRO. 921 0 Street., Opp. Postoffice. sold for 50 and 60c; this week, pair 50 doz. Men's Seamless Socks, medium weight, this wek, pair 5C SPECIAL PRICES. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords. Ladies' at 97c, 1.13, 1.35, 1.58, J1.80 and 2.'25. Children's Oxfords, 81c and 90c". Mioses', 11.13 a pair. 25 pieces 4 4 LL Musliu, worth 5c; tins week 20 pieces German Blue Calico, AM worm ucyti; uui week 2.) jiit-ces Standa...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

THE COURIER. 11 I MISS PENELOPE, OMAHA My Dear Eleanor: At an early hour last night thehome of Miss IMarguerite Pritchett was ablaze In honor of the young lady's birthday fete and In readi ness for the celebration to which she had Invited her young1 friends the week before. The youthful party goers evi dently took a leaf Trom the book of their elders, for, although the cards read from 7 to 11, It was after half past before the carriages began to roll up to the front entrance and deposit their perfumed lace and silk draped occupants. At 8 o'clock the party was In full swing, the music pulsed through the open doors and windows and lured many passers by to stop and gaze, smile in sympathy and pass on. The house was alive with color, the upturned faces of roses every where were scarcely so beautiful as the human faces bright with the joy of the occasion. It was very amusing to watch the coming men in miniature bowing with great grace before some belles of the future and requesting the p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

THB COURIER. m il Clay Clement has signed a contract with Ira LaMotte of the Schiller thea tre, Chicago, to remain under his man agement for Ave years. Mr. LaMotte has arranged for a winter season in New York at a good Broadway theatre. Mr. Clement has enlarged his reper toire. He will Play Mathlas in 'The Bells" and he will produce his own dramatization of Maarten Maartens' story. "God's Fool." Clay Clement has a Hans Andersen "Bllderbuch Ohne Bilder" style and Maarten Maartens' romantic simplicity and refinement can be moved from the novel to the stage without breaking the plastering by a playwright who knows his business. John Drew, who will play June 1 at the Lansing, is one of the best and most polished of the younger school of actors. For a number of years he was Daly's leading man. Four years ago when he left Daly to star he was over shadowed by predictions of failure. He has a temperament, rare among artists, commendation or adverse criticism af fect him not at all. It is st...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

THE COURIER. Rhea played to a fairly good house at the Funke on Wednesday night, though the play, the company and the star de served better. Travelling companies have fallen on evil limes. The best of them have lenrned to accept meager appreciation. Edmund O'Connor played Charles II., "the king that never said a foolish thing nor ever did a wise one," a trifle heavi ly. Charles took the world lightly. He was Ironical, witty and ever Irresponsi ble. His business was amusement. At rare moments, for recreation or to keep his mind in training, he lifted the bur dens of state, exercised with them for a while as a beau plays with dumb bells found them too heavy and quick ly laid them down. Green says: "The one thing he seemed in earnest about was pleasure." "The royal bastards were set among English no bles. The ducal house of Grafton, the dukes of St, Albans, are the descend ants of Nell Gwynne. Louise de Que rouaille is ancestress of the house of Richmond and the dukes of Buccleuch trac...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

THH COURIER. ARE YOU RVAxiirviK I T If so this will intercut you. Every Rambler rider who goes the mile in less tLuu Two minutes paced or uupaced, utunj Fanctiontul L.A.W. race tfill receive an IDmtoellislieci souvenir with name ind details of performance engrave 1 upon it. Riders of Any otlar "vrli.el fitted with J. it G, tires will receive a little less valuable souvenir for like performance. The holder of the greatest number of "two min ute" souvenirs by Jan 1, 1897 will receive a grand souvenir. E. R. OTJOTHLRIIE 155-iO O St, $T4444JW4&1T0 9 OPRIBXXTC: I CANDY AND FLOWERS FREE. Today Sutton & Hollowbush will give their annual opening, and the event will be signalized by the presentation of beautiful and palatable souvenirs. The proprietors have brought 1.500 Cape Jas amines from Texas, and each lady pur chaser will be presented with one of these beautiful flowers. And that is not all. With each flower will go a box of Sutton & Hollowbush's delicious candy. Hagenow'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. — 23 May 1896

'Jlt-f&l''-' "tr THE COURIER. "THE f MWiS" SPECIALS FOR 19 CENTS. ,, ijrtr4fsr,'-,''MS apt. 5i w- 3 -.-"s LOT NO. 1 50dozen Leghorn Hats, in black and white, worth 50c .- for 19c each LOT NO. 280 dozen opera straw Bail ore, all colors, high or low crowns, worth 40c for 19c each LOT NO. 3-63 dozen Pearl Straw Sail ors, in black, brown and navy, high or low crown, worth 50c. . . . for 19c each LOT NO. 4.-25 dczen Union Milan Flats, in bluck 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 65c for only 19c por 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 'bon bon basket, with every $3.00 purchase. THE IMOXJSS, 1009 O St. fering with his canvass. He seems to be popular notwithstanding. He Is a business man of wide experience and -...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

THE COURIER. FOR CLEANING THE SCALP r-sp; A""- -f Disease commonly comes on with slight symptoms, which when neg lected increase in extent and gradnaly grow dangerous. 4StiXSf E RIPA NS TABULES J&E5EEZ!?. RIPANS TABULES i oryou suffer distress in eating. TKE RIPANS TABULES I 5E Sl.t! J. RIPANS TABULES Ripans Tabules act gently bnt promptly upon the liver, stomach and intestines; cleanse the system effectually; cure dyspepsia, and habitual constipation, offensire breath and headache. One Tabule at the first indication of indigestion, biliousness, dizziness, distress after eating or depression ot spirits, will sorely and quickly remove the whole diffi culty. Ripans Tabules are prepared from a prescription widely approved by modern science. If giten a fair trial Ripans Tabula are an infallible cure; they contain nothing injurious and are an economical remedy. ONE GIVES RELIEF I A quarter-gross box will be sent, postage paid, on receipt ot SO cents by twins cyftyu compmW 10 SPBUOB S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 May 1896

THE COURIER. iMH& BANKRUPT V HIKERS Designers and "Introducers Only Practical Hatters lnlsincoln Large assortment of ele gant bed room-seta, 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. 4 AIL AT BAED TIMES PEICES J35 5" 1896 NOYETYL 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 straw hats in the city. z& GRvrerre ows 230-238 S. WST. Fancy .' rC-. College colors Andoher combintions In our furnishing goods department you will fiind the latest and most exclusive novelties. A full line of bi cycle hose, belts and sweaters at prices that are right. Full line of cooking uten sils at prices way below cost. 'F Window nhadHR. nurtninn lace curtains, window shade fixi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

. JjfW. JWVCff -.? it u - x . tfi -y l v ,-- v ' y & ;' w & .' ,W TO2W ., J V VOL 11. N022 ESTABLISHED IN 1886 PRTPP PIVK OKNTS .-. f H ,' 2 V f' - im V K .A 7 -4- v LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY, MAY 30 I89G EXTEKSD IS THE POST OFTICK AT LINCOLN AS SECOND-CLASS MATTES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BI IHE COURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISIING GO Office 217 North Elerenth St. Telephone 384 W. MORTON SMITH Editor and Manager SARAH B. HARRIS Associate Editor Subscription Rates In Advance. Per annum $2.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 One month 20 Single copies 8 under the present arrangement, woman has a rather large assortment of rights in love. The arerage man has played the game and he has found woman abundantly able to hold her own. He would be greatly interested in an article on "Man's Rights in Love." Miss Bell says that the girl knows nothing of the man who has called on her three hundred and sixty-five times. The average man has found that she knows entirely too much about him after he...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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