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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1892.
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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
L. WESSEL, Jr., Editor.
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IVr nnnuiii IJ.OOI Thrt0 months .....NIC.
1.00 I Mingle copies,
Kntered at tho postoniwof Lincoln, Noli.,
as wi-ondclnss matter.
P0PUMT10H OF LINCOLN, 65,000.
Advice In Art Ntuileitts.
Wliy an yon tnklnic up tlin study of nrlt
Ask yourself tho uuestlon, Is It simply lo
make a few pictures or to do a lllttu tWcom,
tire work In oil or with China materials! To
those about beginning. w6 would n'lterntn
the worn out piece uf advice first lent n to
draw. If you "Mi or V0Vfll tnm nml
would become n thorough studont, nml n
cntnMUnt workmnn you must learn to dmw
mid sketch correctly. Whatever I hi your
ultimata anihltlnu or the deftlulu nlm In
view, the twinning should ever be the Mine.
Mrnuld you Intend jo IiiIiir an an school later
' on remember It U Invarlhly tho Judicious
and lso wlw H"W ,l10 Hclor of the
clan to plan their coure of dimly, and If
you glvo the Instructor your special requite
inruts and the object of prcperatlon, they
will assist and aid you In avoiding- tho many
pitfalls which an Inexperienced student will
Bfcrllly discover. You must take up
the principle foundations and the early rud
latent of art. Then with renewed real and
ariMvt application to your tliemo airf your
chosen and loved vocation, you will eventu
ally succeed In the artistic profession. Many
of you have done pretty decorative work
already, and by your friends you Uve been
aacouraned, they admired your pait efforts
icvtdlngly. Then how hard you Hud It
nowtobrlBgvoursolfto give up tho pretty
ffivt proiluced with the variety of colon in
jour amateur outttt, and to take up the im
latereitlng and vapid, iiianliuate black and
hlt studies, drawing from cant and life.
Tta of course disappointing to come down to
the plain rotlne of elemantary tralnhiK. But
lam Mire that the after knowledge and
ability of your brush to compete In dexterity
with any and all demand of the era, will
fully repay you for the task and time Invol
Ted." Especially should all of our young
students In ait make a aound and capable
foundation ere they build their creations and
atbtnptto complete their hope and Ideal.
In all well equipped studio and art schools
efthi put decade we And the teacheia will
ver and anon advise the beginner to take up
tl black and white aud work from life, If
tie sketch Is a simple object, well executed,
imI it be your own creation, Ideas and com
poMtioa, It I couoauid by talent and author
ity always preferable to that of a good
imstator or copyist.
A comparison of your methods and pre.
eat capabilities with those who have fortu
aately secured and receivsd a thorough
training iu black and white, sketching from
the casta, which abound In our modern stu
Um aud from nature's own Ultra tory, would
arly convince you" or the most skeptical
otwervaat of the uocemlty and advialbillty
of Mich a method of procedure and course of
pttfteration. Sooner or later if a itudent
yi severe, there will come a day wheu they
wHI own and fully realico the vast amount
to be learned and will experience the great
aatWfactlon, that the, first principles the
comparative values light and shade and
tuta outline have been conquered. There
wiH then be no reed of the early grouping
and 'entlve efforts, a is the result and un
avoidable in the ill prepared student. Every
Ira arttst should poses a sketch book and
. saw K freely when they are working in a
lawlal line. I would recomend forming
Mm tiatat of staking quick characteristic
sketches and compositions of the desired ob
ject or view. Tlien work from' womory
ftt-rwar4 and fli'ally you will discover
yoiiraalf ideallalttR your subject. It you
awljr farm the habit of working In thorough
attenttea to detail and employ this habit In
uijaaction with refinement aud Mutative
and artutio reeling together with, the powor
of producing vividly aud effectively iu col
ors your toner Itupectations, you will ere
It tig and this goes a great wy to contumate
TUa Advanvert Art Student.
The advanced student, also, lias faults to
b corrected and avoided. One. of which Is
Us per valence of following the habits of
tlKiught, expression and detail of some ad
mired attest or teacher. How often we see
tl.v student of Munich, Berlin, Paris and
Hew York come out into the world apelng
their masters Iu color and treatise, following
hi the tu of their chosen stlo. You
should attempt some original characteristic
cf your owu aud achieve the idea. You all
aa human beings have more or leas genitus,
and some hidden power which if developed
snailier than suppressed would surely produce
a more complete aud pleasing egect. You
(mu better fulfill a project or plan if It be
your very own, than to attempt to carry
Jtitoexecutlou the delluetlou of author.
tia why should we persist in thwarting our
owaprlglnallty to trod the well worn path
of the old school! Tha impressionists are a
new school of workers and they are pro.
duclag an entire uaw style of work and it is
aiill ta Its Infancy, however It has already
Mroren a healthy offspring and even uo w in
Ma early youth fluda favor with not a few.
TheuuBreaslonlstsdonot work up their de
tail at all, they leavejit suggestive and in
pare for effect and values, Their coloring
to6sss.au to be an odd mixture of tbt ttue
aud .IdaaUsUcT ,Yet withal! thUffpecullnr
4)1e i well done, find much favor with the
La at critics of today, A short time ago The
A1 Interchange (I believe it wan) issued a
toman's figure crossing a field, 'twas In
eHiitWul .coloring, a copy of an "Iirpree
fcoM'etsV work. To be near it was to' see
Mit.bt save a daub of the greens, yellows
and reds, with here and there a assh of
I rowa and grey shadow. I first noticed a
trong high light of a vivid greenish yellow
?rta.tag Ibe bildgeof theuoae and and the
forehead. Is this found in real life, I asked
sai'Mf And not mall I put the bit of pa-
per oa the wall an Kood off at a dUUnce
did I fully determine Us merit, after taking
m perspective I found it was Out, the effect
M striklag and the coloring was exceeding
r h and in barniuny with the atmosphere
aiuut. Mecently, I saw in a gallery iu one
of the cities n iMxititlful still life xtudy ctllixl
"Alter I he Ojiera." It U minted of the
pniniihernnllfi of n young Imiy, n hollo, uli
setpinnt to her li'tuni from the thentiv, her
glovrs, glnNwii, frtli, theiititi proginuinie nml
corsage lHUit of Jacks' we-n onnnrel In n
lllmy not or veil of lace, I had II rut ill
covered the study when only hImiiiI thrrn
feet from the oanvnw. I could not discern
one single object until I moved ncrnwi the
hall, thou It all stood out Iu Itold rellof Hint
was wonderful tome. It's aitlt also was nn
"ImprcMlonlftt." No doubt nil of you nrn
familiar with the history and stiuglu of
Mlllalnntid his world lenowneil "AliKullln,"
how ho orlgluntwl n new stylo of coloring
nml crenteil nn oilgliuil school of tcchnlipiu
and lliought In the stuillim. Tho oppiHltlou
ho met with wa nppnrcnt Jcnloiliy, Tint
ncknowledgcil mnnvoi k of tho iigttstild nftrr
ho were iIimiiI, they would acknowledge. Ills
merits, yet wero he nllvo would light hint to
the Inst, claiming hn work was ciude. How
oftn It Ih thiu'imu. u grunt person must die
to rocvivu tho Imnois due In life. HecntHJ
h wn original wns not n hmisoii Hint others
were lucoriect, or tlmt he wns liicomputiihlu
or In ndeipinUily progiesdvu In Ills lilculs.
There Is no Justllliilile rvnson why wo should
make vhpskIs of oursulves nud vuslnvo our
Ideas Iu soiiiii obsolete or worn out lino of
thought nml study, lt uo liatip nud abrenst
of the lime. Tho world pnys well for now
Ideiis nud ndviiuceiuuiit In nil brnuchu'i of
Hclonco, I.ltunuuro nud Art.
Tiik CnuniKH hns received tunny flattor
eriiis coinuiPiits on this dopnrtninut nud tho
art lovjng Kipultlon of Lincoln sentu to np--preclnte
tho' fact thnttl'ielr delightful cnuie
Iihs now 11 healthy chnniploii. This Is nil well
nud goal, but ''Miss Nancy" wishes to call
the Httentlon of thow Interested to tho fact
Hint good wonls ntono In prnlso of tho veil
turo for that Is nil tlmt It really Is thin fur
It not minicieut, I must hitvuyour suport,
You nro intorosttol In the nilvnncumont of
art, so inn I. I ma willing to do my share
of tho work, the editor of This Couhiku has
kindly extended the free uso of them) columns
(to both you and I) for our mututl benefit
what are you doing, or whnt lutvo you doun
In the mutter I llavo you sent In any Itoninr
llavo you sMiku a giMxl word for this new
helping hand to your friend f Have you en
couraged tho enterprise by s-judlng In your
subscription to Tiik Coubmii, theiohy giving
substantial testimony of your lnterstl "Mlsi
Nancy'1 has very little fault to lliuljwlth tho
encouragement thus far received, but It tins
not beou ns enthusiastic as it might and
should have Imcii. If Llucnlulte really wuut
art to progress, now Is tho tlmo to make thu
effort. Certainly uo Water opportunity wns
There Inn Just been n gre tt Eco xitlo.i or
Fair In UulTnto, N. Y. The various depm t
menu of trmlo and commerce as well ns
ngriculture nud the nrts wero extensively
represented. Tho exhibit was mainly n local
affair, but they klloltod a portion to profes
sional and aniiteur urtists, an I opened this
field to competition In the United Stntes.
The reKrtr for the Buffalo Timrn, Em
Jane Davenport, makes a high and Inter
esting resume of tho work aud the nii a
won and she given a severu criticism of same.
As is usual iu a display of this kind there
was a feeling among the exhibitors that par
tiality had been show and the premiums
were unjustly nwarded, Out of so much
beautiful work It were uo doubt a difficult
matter to discern the worthier and to make
a decision is one of the difficult problems
which a Judge must solve. In this case Miss
Ailing, a professional nrtlst of high standing
was chosen as judge uud ns each exhlbltoi
their work under a number Instead of their
own uaiue, we seo uo causo or possibility for
unjust nwaidlug. And this murmuring nud
dissatisfaction must simply bo a complaint
fiom tho dliupomU'd.
HTHY NOTKH ritOU TIIK AI.KTU11H.
The.linydon Art club will soon call n meet
ng to arraugo for tho annual exhibit.
Mrs. Wall Cad iixn Is inw dolu; sjiiij
ulque nfter dinner coffees (china) under
Mr.. Brock at the Conservatory.
These topics erred last week in stating that
Prof, Bagg had left the conservatory of
music as ho still hold forth there.
Mrs. J, W. McDonald has just designed
aud executed a beautiful tray together' With
several other pieces woithy of admiration,
Ml- Nellie Kelly is still worklug Iu china
aud especially worthy of mention is a pretty
Diana vase done iu a pretty Dollou design.
Miss May Uouck is progressing rapidly In
crayon work. She is studying under the
efflrkut teacher Mrs. E. K. Lowe at We
lwyan.f Mrs, A. E, Kenimid lias put the llnlsiilng
touches oil a doxju aa pretty aud delicate
Dresden bm-ry dishes as weliaeseii lor
maiiy a day.
Miss Pearl Ca up ha done s mu tin bin
of ceramic palming during this last year,
and is still identifying her ability to proiuoj
Mrs. W. J, Lamb has recently beu work
ing out some pretty and original ideas III
porcelain decoration, Mrs L. lias several
Handsome pieces to show for time spent.
MU Clara Welch is taking lessons In
chlua (the new fad), in Bt. Louis. We sup
pose Miss Walch will return with a bonfet
of fine china and be the envy of the ladies
Mr. C. W. Burket has just completed a
beautiful crayon portrait of the late Miss
Kate Buelllng, for her mother now
llvlug in Provo, Utah. Any friend of Miss
Holyoke is welcome to see this beautiful
Ideal face at Mr. Bucket's studio.
Mrs. H. M. Brock of Conservatory of Mu
slo will go to Chicago this week to take iu
the dedicatory exercises of the World's
Fair and attend too opening exhibition of
Greenwold & Buscber ceramic decorative
Mr. Will Wlttnun was unpleasantly aud
painfully burned by concentrated lye a few
day since. Mrs. W, upset a can of the
liquid, it flowing over aud severely burning
both bands. We trust sue will soon recover
from the sant,
Mrs. E. K. Lowe reports art cliclea piog
resstng nicely at r esleyau this season. Mrs.
Lowe is the art teacher out there, aud the
students in the vailous branches of art under
her tutorage have made splendid advance
ment In the past and are renewing their old
Mla Hailecker, au aitlst of much 'ability
and renown, inasmuch as she carried off
the medal for the best decorated dozen plates
at the international exhibit last fall, has
bteu with us this pat week. Mis H. reports
herself pleased aud nicely entertained Iu the
various tudlo during her visit to the Capi
After dinner coffee' chocoolatecups, flue
traj s, pen boxer, powder boxes, bou Iwiir,
plates, etc,, nre being dcorittoJ In somen!
the various studios In preperntlou for the
coming card parties nud season' gnltles,
souvenirs nml fnvors. They tunko a very
pretty nud acceptable change from the worn
out spoon prlxn of last season.
Mrs, II. ,V. Hnrdy hnd a very pretty lino
of tho new mid nrtlstlo needlework on dis
play nt tho recent Hlato Knlrninl cnirled off
seveinl piemlums In conseipunco. We cs
)vcially noticed a throw and I!.' dorllo4 dnuo
In tho Kensliigtou in the wash silk nud exe
cuted Iu tho Dresden designs, but there were
u number of other beautiful pieces In the
Mexican nud llonmii Ktylesas well.
W hnd the plenum of viewing n very
pretty inousche cup nml snuivr Hatunlay, n
turquoise blue nud pink npplf blossom sent
to red on ,lt, done by Mis. McCnudlnss us u
token for her husband's birthday which oc
curred Sunday, We suppose Mau will Iw
wnutlug n birthday every ilttlo while now,
Just for tho scuvenlrs ho gets on thu niiiil-
Miss Harnli Wool M 001 e, Into tencher nt
Htnto University, I now In active prepara
tion forn trip nhrnnil. Mlos Mooro will go
to Kuroo to visit nud study In ten
don, l'arls, Mu Ich nud llerliu further per
fecting hersolf Iu her chosen nud loved pro
fession, Wo wish her nil tho'succois nud
lionellt which such u trip will afford her nud
may she i etui n to us ns loyal in for tho cnusu
of art ns she Is now.
Wo hnvo heard very little of thu Art
league or Working Class In Art- tho past
week. We trust this woithy Idea will not fall
through from want of n lender to shoulder
tho lend of responsibility. Every nrtlst
should consider themselves n committee of
olio to talk up tho subject with the lugging
spirits. Tiik Couhiku It ready to support
and stand by an organization of this kind if
permitted to do mo.
Thu many friends of Mr. aud Mrs. D. 0.
Cuorry, (ueo Miss Emma Hichesoii, former
ly the nrt lonelier at Btato Unlvunity) will
rejoice with them In tho advent of a charm
ing little daughter, Dorothy, born Aug. !!,
aud now como to grace their uitistlo homo
in Deliver, Colorado, We send congraut il
lations to Mr, and Mm. Cherry and trust
Dorothy has imbibed thu true nrtlstlo talent
genius nud womanly zeal ever so prevalent
iu thu niuliltious mother.
Tho Forum for Octolter lays hold directly
on no less than eight of tho most proslug
subjects of the time problems of our own
civilization (1) Cholera: Dr. Lewis A.
Hay re, the eminent authority, points out the
lesson of preceding epidemics and tells how
cholera may Ik) prevented or controlled In
nuy community; Ifi.) Our Public School Sys
tem, by Dr. J. M. Klce, an expert who Iu
the tervlce of the forum spent nearly six
months In tho schol-roon s of the public
schools In thirty-six of our cities, from B il
tlmoieto St. Paul; fd.) Venal Voting, by
Prof. MoCook of Hartford; (4.) Tho Primary
Election as tho Pivot o' lie form, by lion.
David Dudley Field; (5.) The Chicago Expo
sition nnd Sunday: Bishop Potter makes a
plea tor Sunday opening, with trade and ma
chinery stopped; (0) The Poor an I Ctidii
Unctions In Society iu Oroat Cities, au ex
planation of the practical work of Hull
House, Chicago, by Miss Jane Addams, one
of its foundeis: (7.) Civil Service lleforiu,
not. a s'l'iunn, hut two patiers full of facta
ono a comparison of Mr. Cleveland's admin
istration wlth Mr. Harrison's In dealing with
tho civil service, by Mr. Luciu B. Swift,
editor of the Civil Service Chronicle, and
the other a record of the extension of tho
reforms during the tun years since the com
mission was orginlxttd, by John T. Doyle,
secretary of the commission; (8. The Tariff
and'. rade.by Hon. William U Wilson, who
1 1 aces the origin of the lepubllcan policy of
I I I
In Llppincott's for October is the complete
novel, "The Kiss of Uold," by Miss Kate
Jordan. It deals with the fortune and mis
demeanors of a young writer, whose sud
den succest wa- attended with tempta
tion too strong for Ills mtegi ity. The tale Is
lllustiated throughout. Under the title,
"Hearing My Requiem," George Alfred
Towuseud (Uath), tho well known newspner
corresimudent, narrates a curious Incident
in his professional experience of long ago.
I here is au Illustrated short story, "At the
Stage Door," by Uolvrt M. Stevens. Th
poetry of the number Is by Margaret J,
Preston, Helen Minion Burusidu nud John B.
Tabb besides a striking dialect piece, "The
Prayer Cure In the Pines," by Clarence II,
I I I
An article of immediate and almost sensa
tional Interest in the October Century
Bruf. Jeuks' paper nn "Money In Practical
Politics,1' describing the methods, shame
fully common, in what are called "practical
politics" In this country. He goes into most
curious details, and discusses the cauea of
corruption and proposed remedies. The ar
ticle Is editorially Indorsed, with further
suggestions a to means of prevention, The
opening paper of the number Is a very strlk
ng piece of autobiography by Archibald
Forties, the famous war correspondent , who
describe In the first of a series of two papers
what he saw of the Paris commune. Ac
companying this is a reproduction of Herbert
Herkomer's painting by Archibald Forbes,
also some original drawings made for this
article by the distinguished Pari artist,
Vierge; with othtr Illustration, not the
least interesting of which I a group showing
"types of petroleuses." This number of the
Century rounds out its twenty-second year
With the next number begin several new and
interesting magazine features,
Very welll informed people have but III
tlo conception of the ten great railways,
whoso network of rail over the United
State several of them have a length of
more than ten thousand mile each. How
these systems camo to exist iu their present
vast dluieusi ins, tho territory which they
cover, the causes which have M to their de
velopment and their future possibilities and
probabilities, will rorm lue subject or a series
of papers which will apvur iu the Cojiio;h).
Hal Mayaxlne. Tho flr.t of title .series is by
Piesldeut Plant, tho head of tlnexteulvo
Plant tyitem of lullway and steamers, and
nppetr Iu the Octou. lue of the Catmo
polltan, covering tin srtteut of railways east
of the Allegliauie aud south of the Potomac.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Mr. and Mrs, J, E, Uniitr. and dnughtsr
(jniira left Monday for their new homo Iu
Mrs. J. H, Bnrwlck of Llunlus, Mo,, Is In
tho city ns n guest of her nephew, Mr, Jl 8.
ilr, nnd Mm. II. 11. Oakley entertained
nbout forty of their friends nt high five last
Mr. and Mr. C, M. Kolfer, 740 J street,
will entertain the Htm Fif club Tuesday
Mrs. (,'. J. Wlnolnger, S.VJ0 M street, Is
entertaining Mrs. Chfles Love of New Mar
Miss Nelllo I'lnttot Llgoulor, Iud,, Is end.
Ing the winter with her In other, Mr, H, O.
Miss Alice Crow left Bundiiy for n visit of
nu IndellulUt length of tlmo In Elkhart, Ind
Mi'4, Com Mi of Oninhn came Friday to
visit with her nephew, Judgo A. H. Tibtietts.
Mrs. PhelH Pulue in entertaining her sis
ter, Mis. Mnry Miner of Momumtlh, 111,
Dr. H. K. Wilcox of Colorado Hprings Is
visiting his sister, Mrs, II. I, English,
Orders for Irvine's now orahestra may Imj
left at Tiik Couiiikh bodiless olll.o.
Mrs. C. F. Hoycu is enjoying a visit with
friends nnd lelntlves In Dos Moluos,
Mrs. A. M. D.ivl and Mrs. F. H. Htoln left
Wednewlay for Wichita, Kas.
Mr. and 'Mrs. W, 11, Posto departol Mon
day for West Llhcity, Mo,
Ml.s Oince Cook of Ashland Is visiting her
bt other, Mr. C. A. Cx'k.
Mr. nud Mrs. E. D. Blgnell have returned
from their western trip.
Mia. F. A, Urnhnin Is ontoi tabling Mrs.
Hluniaii of Now York.
Mis Mnuilo Vivynu spent tho week with
fiends In Plnttsmnntb.
Mr, nnd Mrs, J, H. '1 Iioiiioii denrtt
Tuesday for Ht. IaiuU,
Miss Iloe Carneii vlsitel with friends in
Cmaha this week,
Mr. C. Callahan left Wednesday for Ht.
Miss Alice IHmNley is visiting frlenda in
Mrs. C. S. Faxon left Tuesday for Minne
apolis. Miss AuiiFiiukospmt tho week Iu Omnha
Mrs. T. Castor left I'lielny for Chicago.
Mr. II, 11 King eft TucMlny for Idaho.
The Olrairr anil the Kids,
"Now, Rudolph, thin animal shall help
us gain that lofty frnlt. Twist bl tall,
R ,1. Intnl. I"
"Catch, Rudolph, and Ideas tho talented
friend of your youth." Truth.
"Nothing can iiiuku n woman no superla
tively happy an to liavo a huhy of her own
toklss'.t'xclaltned Mih. Mcllrldo raptur
ously as ahu fondlcl her firstborn.
"My dertr," replied her husband pity
ingly, "you can never know the unuttera
ble joy of being 'next' in ft crowded barber
bop on a Saturday night." Urooklyn
Longer the Iletter.
"I don't believe In long engagements,"
said (i young man to 11 stranger with whom
bo had struck up nn acquaintance ou the
"Well, I do. The longer tho better for
"How do tbey affect yonf"
"I'm a confectioner." Harper's Bazar.
Thru It Wouldn't lit. True.
Young Mother (leaning over tho cradle)
James, I think I should like to call her
Young Father Isabel? Yes, but what
if shu Is isn't, you know, wheu she's growu
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