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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 2 November 1895

THK COURIER. biod is our task. The rest is the mad ness of art." But tho greatest thing that Stevenson says in those letters is not about himself or his work, but about things in genoral. "Tho inherent tragedy of things works itself out from white to black and blacker, and tho poor things of a day look ruefully on. Does it shako my cast iron faith? I can not say that it does. I believe in the ultimato decency of things; ay, and if 1 woke in Hell, should still beliere it!" Stevenson never wrote a greater sen tence. He was a desperately sick man, and one who had suffered enough to turn most men bitter. But his sutTer ing could not convince him; Hell itself could not convinco him. There's opti mism for you, the kind of optimism that produces and creates and brings into being, that is tho source of all lifo in art and all art in life, of character as well as of craft. So New York has discovered that Nat Goodwin cannot play David Garrick. New York that idolizes tho sidewalks canonized by...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 2 November 1895

THE COURIER. (!) .. ! I THE THEATRES I consider "The Globe Trotter" a rather decent farce. Its chief virtue was that the characters were funnier than the situations. Situations are gen erally forced and they are all old, but people like Ada Alexander and Mrs. Houclcault and Hoey and Louis de I-angeare In themselves Interesting and funny. The play was nothing, absolute ly froth, but It Rave the people an oppor tunity to be funny. That's all the Rood farce Is anyway, an excuse for clever people to l clever I was rather sur prised to lind Mrs. Houclcault In the company She used to play In very much nobbier ones, and she cannot be much more than thirty. She is still Iteautlful In a peculiar lengthy sort of way. The lines In her figure are long, her face Is long and oval, her eyes are long and languid and her lashes are long and dark. She Is Just as graceful as she was when she made such an aw ful fool of Houclcault when he was six ty and more. Kverybody knows the story. Houclcault marri...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 2 November 1895

THE COURIER. BY THE WAY Of the many entertaining things which have recently appeared In the Lincoln press I think the most diverting la the letter of explanation signed by Lillian Lewis. It seems that somebody accused Miss Lewis of undue Intimacy with her leading man. Edmund Collier, one paper going so far as to say that these two persons were found in a room together. Miss Lewis feels that her rep utation in Lincoln may have suffered, so she sends a letter of explanation or denial to the papers. Miss Lewis' ex planation Is Interesting because It ad mits, practically, what was charged. She also furnishes the information that her husband. Mr. Marston has a bad temper. She neglected to state what gave him the bad temper. This should have been explained. There may or may not have been a call for the particular explanation Miss Lewis vouchsafed, but there Is one point on which the people of this city would like to be enlighten ed. They would like It explained to them why Miss Lewis trie...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 2 November 1895

row rnnaivn. THE COURIER. 1 I w k iff k ' GO TO T California $ ,-i d lai uTourlMtHleepei It is tho RIGHT way. Pay more and you aro extravagant. P.iy less and 0.i arc uncomfort able. Tho newest, brightest, cleanest and easiest riding Tourist sleepers are used for our Personally conducted excursions to California which leave Lincoln every Thursday at 12:15 p. m., reaching San Francisco Sunday evening, and Los An geles Monday noon. AscG.W.Bmnell city ticket agent, cor 10th and O Sts., Lincoln Neb. For full information or write to f J. Francis, G. P. A. Omaha, Neb. KXKIiMltXtl 9jSSS)Si&s)SS'Sf MUSICAb THOUGHTS () 5) IS IK ONLY MKKl ROUTE 10 THE SOW? Come and See !! H. O. Towhskxd, F. D. Cornell, G. P. A T. Agt. C. P. 4 T. Art. St Louie. Mo. 1201 O St When the ice man comes be sure LINCOLN ICE CO'S name is on the wagon. 1040O stree They have no pond ice. - - - 1 - -I i in smi mi mPHO-SALlNE BATH HOUSE AND SANITARIUM COR 14 AND M. All forms of baths, Turkish, Russian Roman and Electri...

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 November 1895

m pr .pp77 i'j miT (-rittXT'gyTiii THE COURIER. There is a large 5 ARE YOU C ) 5 WITH family of us, and I US )S'S'Ss' tle number is being increased rapidly. The people of Nebraska -ire divided into two classes, those who take THE C0URft and those who do not. The former constitute the family. You can get in a by paying two g sJT ) ( dollars per year. g Watch for the name LINCOLN ICE CO. They have no pond ice. 1010 O street HHff Delivered AT $1 00 ER DOZEN """ ijj ;ny part of the Guy, H. W(DICE1SAE PHONE 1ST. I 1 7 N . 9TH STREET. $5 TO CALIFORNIA It mr Sleeping Car Rata on thePhlllipaBoek Island Tourist Excursions from Council Blafls Omaha or Lincoln to Los Angeles or Saa Vna cisco Tiatbn Scenic Route and Ocden. Car leares Dei Moines eyery Friday, and slsepiac car rate from there is $3.50. Ton hare through sleeper, and the PMJUmt manjement has a special agent accompany tM excursion each week, and yon will sare Bin y Kd hare excellent accomodation, aa the eaia re upholstered spring se...

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 November 1895

nrijjiijrinaLagmiiBllim w Lff THE COURIER. I E ' i I., QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO them. Zola teaches temperance and li jjlNOTES AND QUERIES iji city of Lincoln, said county and state. purity, as the Spartans did. Turgenieff promIssory note or bond, dated uses all the facte, follies and vices of life at Lincoln, Nebraska, January 15th, 1891, to teach the lesson of the beautiful, for the sum of $300. and due ana pa aDie Is the matter contained in "The Ques tion Box" in Sunday morning's Journal the work of any person employed on that paper? J. A. B. Tolstoi is a law unto himself in econom ics, morality and the object of literature. Lately he has degraded his art to teach economics. Literature is for nothing in the world but to expose the beautiful, in No, my child, the column to which doing thiB everything elso that is worthy in Afaii in -il n 4 A nni v as Tltin m i4a A 1 T 7 A. jou refer is plate matter. This mate rial is sold to papers all over the coun try. It costs about a dollar a ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 November 1895

VOb. 10, NO. 46 PRICE FIVE 3 .NTS (fQ . v VmMf . - . . fi. . -- kkki B-.s'ciyNjTpv?? tKBt grT-jjri3cJjBB k kLLLr " 5? LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 1895. ' " " I fc 3p BH2SllywpCMMXt UtrHiVKsFrdtJ I - UIDIUi I IIIIIT 1111 I IIHI I11IU in. --. . . would say they know umnbed after its tin, - . fi. "Y TV Wa" a now ehaucellor, a 1 believe to be an One institution that i, , ', .. 7 . " r'""' T CIlarminK Rentleman who L-nnn- .11 !. r .1... :..,... ---.--...,, was mucli received. Then thora me same senses. like environ- like iimn: to hnv ..-,--- . . " " tW r . ...... "imui.o,iuruuuur nnTlnna tr o,w. I 11 ... sikk : ri1!!- :n ,uanin- t ..!.- it i8 ot .,,, ; rz rr, I .D, ovD wuiitB, meraiure, science romance or tragedy, t is a nluin nun. .;m- 1 . .. i- i3 and art ;.., o... i:i.. v. . L i.:u, 11 ih a piain. pure siblo scandals which n n .i;.,i - teiuerewo laci mat must bo faced and not feared. i. h:.i . .""'" -4SSV - diverge, w.dely, irreconcilably. We are Mr. Newbranch sneaks of , is- ...

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 November 1895

Highest of all in Leavtting Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report Roys ABSOLUTELY PURE and men transported to heaven in To the editor or the bun bir: In the flaming chariots. Not one of these things Sun of the 29th inst. appeared a short aUUUUUblUJ HIO IGIUIWl is more remarkable or more miraculous than the feat which Schlatter claims to be able to perform. If Schlatter really is what he sayi he is and has the power to do what he 6ayo he can do, and what a good many people believe he can do, then we .'nay as well pitch all the medical books article announcing the reported en gagement of Mies Mabel Wright, re cently divorced from Fernando Yznaga of New York, to Count Zichy of Hun gary, which concludes with the follow ing words: "He (Zichy) is a devout Cath olic and attence mass at St. Patrick's cathedrel every morning." As the marriage of any baptized person who has been "divorced" from a vaii' tnomann Tiaa altraic lioan in fhn fffl into the fire, and the physicians of the Catholic church, ...

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 November 1895

am m nuiaajm-mmmietmaam THE COURIER. I SOCIAL GOSSIP The Democrat, of Whiting, Ind., con tains the following account of tho Davidson-Mitchell wedding: At 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon in tho Congrega tional church before a larpe pnnmanvnf invited guests. Rev. L. A.Townsend 'S1,,0?' K,bli"f. spooks and skirls, which they had great trouble in managing when the dancing com menced. Across one end or tho hall were strung tho acceptances, mostly in verse, and all very ingenious. One clevei little woman who can sketch ab well as rhjme, adorned the top of a note sheet with an etching of an elf and a robin warming themselves around a wood tire, and said, (with reference to the words of tho invitation): owls. owls," What a list of thuiirs iiiim-cii. Why, of course, its Hallow E'en M L and his sjKJUse dully join this gay carouse. Wo both expect a jolly tear And load our guns for killing ." And here followed a sketch of a bear pronounced the beautiful ritual of tho marriage ceremony which made ...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. i liB? 91 fa kin pie, "like mother need to make,"and pop corn halls. At the table the young Ieople drew walnuts from a tissue paper pie, which, wheu opened, were found to contain the most ingenuous fortunes, all in rhyme, in which we suspect Mr. Rob ert Patrick had a hand. Here are 6ome of them: As the years went passing by With a gentle, kindly smile He watched his friends get married While thinking all the while. "Thev think they will be happy. And I really hope they may But I am happy single, And that's the way I'll stay." And so you'll grow tall and lank and thin And become addicted to too much gin. And while your chances pass away Yon'll cease to flirt ad begin to pray; For of all tad wordB from a heart be- The saddest of these are: "Fou bet Im left." You will meet your fate tonight Ere the witches take their flight. Many a maiden sweet you have asked to marry you. While the years went by so fleet and you quickly older grew, But the maidens said you nay and you min...

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 November 1895

mmmmmmf!tmmmmmmtammMmm THE COURIER. though' she was a little hampered by the the institution is going to allow its character of the room, which lacked blooming co-eds to be photographed in resonance. The "Gondollera." which the Stamford it may as well offer a pre- followed, was played with much ex- paratory course in ballet dancing and pression, and the "Rhapsodic No. 2," high kicking. The young Iadyinquos- closed the program with stirring climax, tion is a junior if not a senior, and if her Mrs. Plank has improved wonderfully university training has not taught her In tecnmque, repose, aeucacy, anu uepth of expression; losing, at the same time. nothing In force. People who heard her is a failure, two years ago will be surprised at the difference so short a time has made. It is safe to say that Mrs. Plank has won day evening of next week. a high place among the musicians of X0"-C1CM CJO TO better taste and better manners than that, I am afraid in hei caso education Tho Patriarchs wil...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. I THE PASSING SHOW I osass Those Zenda Btorics by Anthony Hope that arc appearing in JJcClure's aro really very diverting, and they afford one an excellent opportunity to study the character, or rather tho character istics of tho Priuccss Orsa, for to her and to her various intangiblo love af fairs they 6eetu to ba entirely devoted. Now the princess is somewhat of a Bo hemian and thoroughly plucky. She visited Stephen, the silversmith, at an hour when it is not customary for ladies to call on gentlemen, and she masquer aded as a peasant girl for her social high wayman and afterward was considerate enough to give him her red stockings as a souvenir. She calmly stakes herself against the castle of Zenda and plays dice with Count Nikolas, and when we last heard of her she coolly went forth to woo tho indifferent miller of Hofbau. The princess is enterprising or nothing. And the most wonderful thing about her is her versatility and her Catholic tastes. She was mildly in lov...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 November 1895

nr'Tmmi THE COURIER. ment and the bitterness of exile. "War hath three daughters, Fire Famine and Death, and yet the na tions grovel before her, and kiss the red dust at her feet." on is even is store. In a few minutes after Mr. Njo ascended the pulpit hit audience knew what many audiences have suspected, that Mr. Nye was gloriously drunk. It was particularly iTncnmt;,. i. occasion as Mr. Nye's services had been .-i it i ti- . - . ,. 80cuml by the Jng men's class of the i imo iu iu,u 01 j. .erru 1.011, souuer, rirst llaptist church, and it reflected sailor and artist, sailing among his their taste. Mr. Nv ,lrnL- ; . green seas and palm fringed islands, worso than Mr. Nyo" sober, and that mrougnaniueiropic nignis ana orient saying a good deal. The people of the days. Anchoring at white ports and First Baptist church had an embarrass- talking with wild men, now on the high ing time or it, but the good citizens of seas and now on the desert, which the Paterson had paid their S250 and t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 November 1895

T THE COURIER. POINTS IN POLITICS CiQi0 Even Mr. Bryan's frantic appeal the evening before election could not stay the onward sweep of republicanism. The entire republncan ticket in this county was elected; Low and Trompen received pluralities closely in accord with the estimate published in last week's Courier. In this county at least populism has had Its day. Mr. Miller and Mr. Baker outlived the populist party, and now they are dead. They are not bad men, and may they rest In peace. It Is gratifying that Grandpa will continue to chew his gums in Fremont instead of making a travesty of just Ice on the supreme bench. It is gratifying hat Broatch and the whole republican ticket in Douglas county were elected. a WILL MOVE NOVEMBER 15 TO Frank Purcell plays a Dutch part to a nicety In makeup and language. The other parts are well taken and each one affffords opportunity for noticea bly excellent work. Of the special scen ic effects the real sawmill takes first place. An Innocent and a...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. SPECIAL LOW PRIGES For 10 days, ending Nov. 1 9th. 10c pkg Pancake Flour .', 3 boxes imported Gelatine i" Rainwater Maker 7 10c can Lyo 1 Bottle Ink U Stove Polish Tooth Picks i! jj Sapolio 7 Crown Shoe Diessing 7 ft bars Ivory S-ap 25 G bare Santa Claim Soap i G bars Petroleum Soap "i 8 bars Fairbanks Snap 25 7 bars Brown Soap 25 3 c.ikes Buttermilk Toilet Soap 10 12 cakes Cocoa Oil S-a p. 25 Large bar imported Cistile Soap 25 7 bars Borax Soap Si Cut Prices on Meat.. 4 lbs Pork Sausage 21 Choice Beelste.ik 5 Salt Pork, per lb 5f Choice White Lard ( Sugar Cured Hams. er lb 0 We have the largest, cleanest and best meat market in Lincoln. The best cuts of best meat at cut rate prices. One Dollar will Buy 50 lbs Rolled Oats 5 1 00 50 bars Laundry Soap 1 00 2.1 bars Ivory Sap 1 0 25 bars Santa Clans Soup 1 (0 5 packages ColTce 1 W 30 lbs Beans 1 (K) 3 lbs fancv Mocha and Java Coffee 1 00 251bsRice". 1 00 1 Sack Fancy Patent Flour 1 01) 20 cans Tomatoes 1 00 10 cans Bart le...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. THE bIBRARY The Cynic and the Youthful Enthus iast were discussing new things in ephemeral literature. The Youthrul Enthusiast started it: "I am so glad Mrs. Humphrey "Ward ha? begun her new story. 'Sir George Tressady In the November Century has an interesting beginning and promises to be as good as 'Marcella.' "I cannot share your enthusiasm," remarked the Cynic. "As you say. It promises, but what does It promise? Simply a reietltion of all the incidents and racialism of Marcella.' The first installment of the story is nothing but 'Marcella over again, and in Lady Maxwell, the character talked about, but not as yet Introduced. I am pre paied to find a person who will give vent to Mrs. Ward's ardent and some what tiresome views for many long mcnths to some. You can get all of these views or opinions by attending the meetings of the Socialists here In Lincoln or by listening to the approved populist orators." "Well, what did you think of Chester Bailey Fernald's 'The Tr...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. m? I MARRIAGE IMPROVED () ?QS(sGS)ii "I'll tell you what the trouble Is marriage la too easy." He had just finished reading the arti cle on divorce outrages in Lincoln and elsewhere, In last week's Courier. There were three of them altogether. The first, the one who had just spoken," was a short man of athletic build. The second was a tallish fellow. The third was a medium-sized, fair man, with a beautiful mustache. The short man and the medium-sized man were members of a profession that sometimes imparts an arrogance to its followers. The tall ish man belonged to another profession not so well grounded scientifically as the other, but if anything more arro gant. They were all young. The first was a bachelor. So was the second. So was the third. They were seated in the den of the short man and they were passing a couple of hours as three men will, reading, smoking, talking. Nobody paid any particular attention to the short man. He finished his ci garette, lighted a fres...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 November 1895

THE COURIER. it i i NOTES AND QUERIES Some of the papers in discussing the late incident which gave a certain army officer, a certain social club and a cer tain young business man such wide spread notoriety, said that strictly speak ing the club referred to only has one gentleman member. Who is this gen tleman? Anxious Sl'hsoribkk. He would be a particularly clever per Bon who could tell what the writers for the Lincoln newspapers mean when they write. I have never been furnished a key, and I am forced, like the rest of the public, to stand by and wonder. The most that can be done in the matter is to guess, and I ilnd on consulting with membeis of the club that there is a pop ular understanding that Guy Hurlbutis the person to whom belongs the distinc tion of being the gentleman par excel lence. Mr. Hurlbut wears his chrysan themum with the same graceful aban don as of yore, and seems in no wise dis turbed by the accusation that he is a gentleman. It may be that some other person wa...

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 November 1895

VOL,. 10, NO 47. 'J dU&4 bSABLISHBD IN 135G A - i PRICE FIYE CENTS OtctC- tiZ7& . Jtifok:? t LINCOLN. NEB., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16 1895. ENTERED IN TnE POST OFFICE AT LINCOLN AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT THE G08RIER PAINTING AND PUBLISHING GO. . Office 217 North Eleventh St. Telephone 384 lied about. The truth will out. "Jo" or no "Jo," and no good can be accom plished by misrepresentation. If the facts In Nebraska have been mlsiepre sented then the letters from other states are so largely false that they In sult the intelligence of the Journal's readers. There is some truth in what the correspondent has written from the southern states at the Journal's direction; but there is much that Is manifestly false. The sentiment "Stand up for Nebraska." has nowhere found a more earnest or pen-istent advocacy than in these columns It Is possible to when a republican ticket Is nominated In that county the utmost strategy Is used to secure Rosewnter's opposition 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. — 16 November 1895

r Tl THE COURIER. i U.S. Gar": Report HissestcfalliaLesTesrPower- La?rc AMSOUUTEMX PURE late skirts from insistant heresy The protestant feels with profoundest sym- MUSI6 IN THE GHURGH " pathy all true utterances of all rellg- He sees cot. nice tne Catholic, ed and d-solate. and with barren years 0 x- .-a -re men and women who aad empty hands, whispers of vice -Kith eecr.e from sach an institut wiH be secret esvy. 'It is happy. VSos, weary of ferwid minded and moral. Christian in its res and rxptnre. cheated of tie seaces have dose- and are- dotr.g much shades U has pursuI threcrh a life ;r v. testa race a fact that eves time says of Virtue. It has sacn-5eed tw agnostic is forced to ad-: it. No and It is happy.' Bath of them Be. and a ts ytt case out f infidrHty it is rather pirifuL It is only Christian influences are cosstrsctive- a chimera. ' I cannot agree with X In his inter estimT letter in The Courier. He tells ss that disbelief In the accepted doc trine of Christ's sacrifice ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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