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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 November 1895

THE COURIER. S GOSSIP ( i A subscriber writes: "It was with pleasure I listened to Chancellor Mac Lean last evening: on the subject of John Bull at the Congregational church. He exhibited pluck In coming: before an American audience to say so many good things of John, at this particular time, when the Venezuelan question is now up before us in threatening atti tude towards the Monroe doctrine. He take the same view of the English people which is held by the most intelligent and enlightened Americans. But I desire to say that, when Americans are making an estimate of John's characteristics they should not include the whole Brit ish people, as sponsor for John's traits. The Scottish people, for instance, al though united with England as a nation, are of a different type from John in re gard to character In several respects. I shall mention but one trait in which they differ radically, viz., aggressive ness. They are not so aggressive as the English. I might add here I know by personal...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 November 1895

'f4wi THE COURIER 1 Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE w S late skirts from insistant heresy. The protestant feels with profoundest sym- mm jw ..- - - r - -wm o ill JAUSI6 IN THE 6HUR6H " Pthy all true utterances of all reiig 0 Ions. He sees not, like the Catholic, ed and desolate, and with barren years and empty hands, whispers of vice with secret envy. 'It is happy Vice, weary of its roses and raptures, cheated of the shadow it has pursued through a life time says of Virtue. 'It has sacrificed and it is happy. Both of them lie. and it is rather pitiful. It is only a chimera. There is left to us only to live like men and to die like men: to have our chance, and to run our course. The rest is silence. If my "cynicism is the result of "boy's fancies." is not the pessimism voiced above the sad conclusions of a mature and thoughtful mind? Do not you say, in far stronger and more im pressive words than I could hope to ex press it t...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. sSS ( () I . GOSSIP I s i" is? irsi r-.. -- s? -"k . .-n j. . 'w' A subscriber writes: "It was with pleasure T listened to Chancellor Mac Lean last evening on the subject of John Pull at the Congregational church. He exhibited pluck In coming before an American audience to say so many good things of John, at this particular time, when the Venezuelan question Is now up before us In threatening atti tude towards the Monroe doctrine. He take the same view of the English people which Is held by the most Intelligent and enlightened Americans. But I desire to say that, when Americans are making an estimate of John's characteristics they should not Include the whole Brit ish people, as sponsor for John's traits. The Scottish people, for Instance, al though united with England as a nation, are of a different type from John in re gard to character In several respects. I shall mention but one trait in which they differ radically, viz., aggressive ness. They are not so aggressive ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 November 1895

THE COURIER. i a j- .a m i-3& Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE mm late skirts from insistant heresy. The Protestant feels with nrofoumlpt JiYlUSIG IN THEGHUR6H" pathy all true utterances of all rellg- Ions. He sees not, like the Catholic iilllllllllllllltlU!!1 Go(i lehintl one creed, the devil be- i.i v in ht intor h,nd a11 the rest- To h,m' God is be- I cannot agree with X in his inter- .,.,.,, .. ' '- . tt .n hind all, behind the agony of Christ i.p esting letter in The Courier. He tells ' b l vinsi. ue- s . . , i hind the solitary Hindoo under the iv us that disbelief in the accepted doc- J ' to" , ..,, tree.behlnd the sturdy battling of Luth- trine of Christ's sacrifice must hinder ' , ,. , . , . , er.behind the scimitared zeal of Mahom appreciation of the magnificent music ,,, K " alMMn- thnt this doctrine has inspired. His "' "" '""" iuiconi. view is too narrow, he cannot see relig- ed and desolate, and with barren ...

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 November 1895

wwiaifcMBiaBafeaa''iaBT-i-Jtyin3ffiaig THE COURIER. S GOSSIP A subscriber writes: "It was with pleasure I listened to Chancellor Mac Lean last evening on the subject of John Bull atthe Congregational church. He exhibited pluck in coming before an American audience to say so many good things of John, at this particular time, when the Venezuelan question Is now up before us In threatening atti tude towards the Monroe doctrine. He take the same view of the English people which Is held by the most Intelligent and enlightened Americans. But I desire to say that, when Americans are making an estimate of John's characteristics they should not Include the whole Brit ish people, as sponsor for John's traits. The Scottish people, for instance, al though united with England as a nation, are of a different type from John In re gard to character in several respects. I shall mention but one trait in which they differ radically, viz., aggressive ness. They are not so aggressive as the English. I m...

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 November 1895

3 THE COURIER. SCHLATTER SYMPOSIUM Z I ni I) m : jt i (NOTK One week ago we addressed separated by distance and dependent several ministers and physicians In this upon Dame Rumor, and yet this man is city requesting an expression on the condemned as a fakir by almost as subject of Schlatter and his work. The many as bless him as a saint. Hence fact that one of those to whom requests In my opinion I do not desire to pro were sent communicated the idea to nounce In too strong or emphatic words, another Journal with the result that Though I may be ever so positive In that paper sought to forestall The Cour- tny own mind, I am more than willing ier by printing Interviews on this sub- that time and results should be the fac Ject several days In advance of The tors in convincing others of the correct Courier's day of publication did not in ness of my views. From the apparent the least affect our purpose. In passing facts that I can glean It seems to me It may be remarked Dr. Geo. H. Sim- ...

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 November 1895

mesmeric or hypnotic Influence, this I vonit . .. material, and no doubt Is the secret of to yours will sav hi, Tl "In ' , ,..n nthPr mn iiv. ,m .,. .. . " Sa that x have given this "" ; """' mauer but little thouKht. wnui c u i..c aWiCU m niuuern himself seems to be times, uui Knowing uttie, almost Schlatter a slniDle. slni-...-.. and honest man. His so-called cures are. I think, altogether subjective." Prof. AVard. of the state university without taking time to go into a consid eration of the subject, said: "Schlatter is in my opinion, the possessor m n ..... nhennmn?il .1....-.... . even rrom tne stanapoint or a student , . ui animal magnet- In theology. Under all circumstances, sm' therefore, I must speak under favor. I believe in God; that He Is lmma- nothlng, of those branches of science which must be appealed to In an exam ination of his case, I cannot speak of him from the standpoint of the scientist nor can I employ he sclentiest's exact and technical terms to speak of him ...

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 November 1895

imssisgsessfR & THE COURIER. I- K N - ri. fTHE PASSING SHOW W&WWWO r wish Mr. Anthony Hope Hawkins would hold himself under a pump long enough to check his bewildering pro ductiveness. This year he has published at least half a dozen novels and he Is writing for every periodical under the sun. He is an awfully clever fellow.but re ally, his reputation can't stand antics of that sort. And he is only one of a hun dred men whoare doing the same thing, neatly, its terrible to think of, the mass of fiction that Is thrust upon us every year, whether we will or no. The con gesslonal records are not in it at all any more. If it keeps up I don't really quite see what will become of English litera ture. No one ever thinks of taking time to write histories or essays or poetry, and what Is worse no one ever thinks of reading them. There was a time when people read Carlyle and Emerson, but nowadays If one pretends to half way keep up with current fic tion he has absolutely no time for an...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. for a divorce from Margaret Mather, the emotional actress whom three years ago he loved better than his family and his name. Margaret Mather played here In the Lansing Just after her mar riage and then ended her season In v t r9 A...wA ... ii i ., . action whuf.il.. N.i . .- " . umaua. ui tumac, nc uu Knew mat ...i .lauumu i.ne insurance . . . . . .. comnanv is jii.-iintifr 0...1 rri . .. the romance coma not last, we ail ., . , . i ueuuore Knar SHERIFF'S SALT-' x. First nub"shel Xo ifi.) NOTICE IS HERBIIY OIVEX THAT by virtue of two executions issue,! by the clerk of the district .., .. ., third judicial district of Nebraska with l".lnd fr Lancs unty. one in an and one in an action is defendant i. .... It Oai njfflit n'han .. t.sin...l 1. h,.c ... w.v ...R t t u.u ..ri wnereln Western a lass . Paint nm..o plead, "It is the nightingale and not ny is plaintiff and Theodore Kaar and the lark." We knew it when we heard llrs-Sarah Kaar are defendants, I will. her in that ba...

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 November 1895

r. T w F-aaKr-rf. THE COURIER. : t I? . h. 1 '1 I MUSlCAb THOUGHTS It was a crowded church; at the Mu sical Service, Sunday, and a quiet church, even when hymns were In order. It Is said, by the way, that of so great a host of music -lovers, so few should be music-makers. Are the audience un familiar with "Old Hundred." or has "custom staled" its rather infi nite variety? Or is there a feeling that, at a musical service, humble efforts are out of place? I own to the latter feel ing. I can make a "joyful noise," but I hate to mix It with the lingering melo dies of Beethoven and Mozart. I pre sume others feel the same. So they stand wondering while the hymn "drags its slow length along." But the specta cle seems a bit piteous. It was a strange mingling the music service of last Sunday a mingling of new wine with old, of the end of the cen tury with its inception. Yet the result pleased. It was an experience. In one concert, to run so vast a scale music of gloom, of triumph, of sentime...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 November 1895

THE COURIER. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ma stands without a rival In his Kohmnn e r I line. The sun never shown on a funnier If, 71 Company thereby conveyed Cosgrove and Grant's comedians, a face, and his original witty sneeche Le,,en-'r Strauss all of the goods, familiar and popular organization, will and acts prove his ability to niw K.roct'rl''s' wa"-' and merchandise, of- appear at the Lansing this evening. In audience as few In his profession l?" "'"'""re. fixtures and personal -The Dazzler;" also well and-favorably sides himself are capable of' . III. ,,ro.,H?Ir1t' mw ' "! upon the east half known to the patrons of this house. "Gilmes Cellar n.mr" .. . .. ?' """'"" "ie store room and basement "The Dazzler" has been shlned up con siderably since It twinkled here last season and now embodies some of the oesi tunicua . us uticiuucui. jucie " vcninr ui u an. ou cannot re. -n.. i... i u. io nint In the nle hut thprp is n in sist him. H- hi m- .1... Kt aiK)ui eight years; one dun mare. of room ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 November 1895

THB COURIER. WHAT! The Great Enquirer ONLY 50 CTS. A YEAR? YES! And any one sending two yearly subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a Free Copy One Year. An 8-page paper and 9 long col umns to a page, makes it the Largest in Size! Cheapest in Price! Always Most Reliable for Facts, Truth and Markets. THE BEST Family Newspaper in United States for News, Intelligence, Fashions, Household, General Miscellaneous Reading Matter, Stories, etc PAY TO AGENTS Double that of other papers. An excellent opportunity for those out of employment "to make money. Try it. Samples free. Address, ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. I LI A I s B -TO- Chittgo, Milwaukee, Madieom, Biewt (Sty, St Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Black Hills Towns. O O Wot tickets apply jL S. FIELDING, City Ticket Aft., 117 South 10th Street Depot Cor. 8 and 8th Sta. 8. A. MOSHER. General Agt -1j Are you an adver- JLf3cBlgrrie9 vertiser? If 60 .v let us prepare an ad and submit it to you. Getting up ads and running them in the paper is ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 November 1895

THE COURIER. THE BOYS MO LIKE GOOD EATING ALL GO TO 0 Tl? & something To eat Fop tljeir $one?. oocococcoocccccococccoooo OPEN ALL NIGHT. EADQDJIRTERS FOR WHEEL1EM. Hunter Printing COMPANY . . GENERAL PRINTERS South ba'f .... CALL BUILulNJ Having secured from the Courier Publishing Co. all copper plates here tofore controlled by them, we shall be pleased to fill orders for Engraved Cards and Wedding Stationery on short notice and in a satisfactory man ner. too Cards and pla i e - $2.50 too cards without plate 1.50 Litest Styles Elegant Work HUNTER PRINTING CO., 223 No. nth Street. $5 TO CALIFOENIA boor Sleeping Car Bats on thePhlllipa-Bock luand Tourist Excursions from Council Bluffs Omaha or Lincoln to Los Angeles or Han Frsa chcoTia the Scenic Route and Offden. Car tarns Det Moines erery Friday, and sleepla tar rate from there is $5.50. .... . You hate through sleeper, and the FhUUpr Bangement has a special agent accompaay excursion each week, and jou will aara money and hare e...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 November 1895

jmiMiJSmsSb9i -.--. w THE COURIER. m Ft m gg)ssS)S t UMIblQ rtfKt w YOUR No- vtembei 18 19 21 22 S)S?) W :i (First published Nov. 2.) SHERIFF'S SALE. NOTICE IS HEItEBT GIVEN'. THAT by virtue of an order of sale Issued by the clerk of the district court of the third judicial district of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county. In an action wherein Francis C Faulkner, as assignee of the Connecticut Itlver Sav ings bank of Charlestown, New Hamp shire, a New Hampshire corporation. Is plalntlfT. and Thomas Hanlon, et al.. are defendants; I will, at 2 o'clock p. m.. on the 3rd day of December, A. D., 1S93, at the cast door of the court house, in the city of Lincoln. Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer for sale at public auc tion the following described real estate, to-wit: All of block number four (4) in Lincoln View in Lancaster county, Ne braska, as surveyed, platted and re corded. Given under my hand this 31st day of October, A- D., 1S93. FRED A. MILLER. Sheriff. G NOV. 30. In the dist...

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 November 1895

VOI 10. NO. 47. hSABLlSHBD IN 1830 PRICE FIVE CBNTS -i k ENTERED IX THE POST OFFICE AT LINCOLN A3 SECOND-CLASS MATTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT THE GO0RIER PRIMTIR6 AND PUBLISHING GO. Office 217 North Eleventh St. Telephone 384 VY. MORTON SMITH SARAH B. HARRIS WILLA CATHER Editor and Manager Associate Editor Associato Editor Subscription Rates In Advance. Per annum 82.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 One month 20 Single copies 5 I OBSERVATIONS 1 The Duke of Marlborough said when on the eve of his departure for England: "If I speak a little unkindly at times I do not think you can blame me, because there has been a lack of chivalry which has wounded me deeply Simply because I have chosen for my wife an American it does not necessarily follow that I am a fortune hunter. God forbid that I should be such." A reader of The Courier has sent to the Notes and Quer ies department an inquiry touching the Marlborough family. That inquiry and the duke's parting speech suggest a few thoughts...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening PowersLatest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Rowder AmBQwnsa PURE im gift of 5,000. She may conclude that it would have been better If he had re frained from jumping and been found In the arms of the king's mistress by the king: himself, and consigned to death or some of the exquisite tortures that were in vogue those days. In that event John Churchill would not have been made Duke of Marlborough, and she.Consuelo.wouId not have been woed by the callow possessor of an empty fort and driven them dangerously near to chappylsm. Anything to .bring out the Spartan, anything to make away with the cad. That Inflated pig skin has done more to preserve a decent morality among college men than all the suppli cations of the righteous. m I make my compliments to Mr. John Dixon for his excellent work In con trolling the yelling at the game. He fight sensations put together. I really believe that In the great dense, brutal American public there Is more sorrow th...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. Decidedly the best thin? I noticed In a hasty reading of the magazine was an article on the Strassburg Cathedral by Mr. Henry Marwln Belden, who two years ago was Instructor In English at the university and who Is now a student In Germany. It Is thoughtful, calm, un usual and has about it a quiet charm that makes It pleasant to read. It be gins by telling how the great church moved Goethe and overcame his preju dices against the Gothic, which is a pretty good recommendation for the cathedral. I notice that Sutton and Hollowbush will move from Eleventh street to O. Five years ago all the tide went down that way. Every one moved Into Elev enth until down to L street. Eleventh was strictly commercial. Every store room was occupied and every block was full. On Saturday the sidewalks were so crowded that you had to fight your way through. Now it is all changed. All the merchants who moved down there In prosperous times are coming back to O street. Some better off than when t...

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 November 1895

TriE COURIER. k r I Anna Eva Fay has been the excite ment of the week with the class of people who but a veek previous had been illscuHslne Schlatter with bated breath. Her entertainments at the Lansing have been Interesting. Her trickery Is clever. The cabinet work was equal to anything of the kind ever seen In the city. Her replies to ques tions were amusing. These questions were written by people In the audience on tablets supplied by the performers, and were kept In the possession of the In quirer. Miss Fay, enveloped In a sheet, would call out the names of those who had written queries, often locate them In the audience and then would give the annwer. A letter was sent to Miss Fay from The Courier office asking who wrote the recent sensational anonymous let ters circulated In the city. Her reply was as follows: "I see not only one but many letters and they were written by a blonde woman with dark blue eyes, who imag ined that she had been insulted by (here the name of one of 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. — 23 November 1895

THB COURIER. report In respect to the memory of Mrs. Wing, after appropriate resolutions were adopted. The senior class of the university gave an elaborate reception to Chancellor and Mrs. MacLean at the university school of music Wednesday evening. The seniors were there en masse and by nine o'clock some seventy-flve of them were strolling about the parlors engag ed in the gentle art of being amiable. The affair was notable in being the "umpteenth" reception tendered the chancellor and his wife. Mrs. John Dorgan gave a reception ' to her friend Mrs. Mulr on Friday af ternoon. The Pleasant Hour club will give a dancing party at the Lincoln hotel next Friday night. The Lincoln club will give its second dance and reception next Wednesday evening at the Lincoln hotel. The university boys are rejoicing over a victory of twenty-four to nothing over Doane. The red lantern swung from the tower of University hall Tues day night to announce the fact. The Beta Theta Pi give a dance at their c...

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 November 1895

THECOUmiXK. Pennyroyal pills '.aV urt. ), iiHlMl UMI Mk I arc alwsyi rtHiMt, UMI Mk , gf aTiruiUllaAudcABWIIltV ;bF01l ALL no. mlal vltk Mm rlMM.. xasa -Jl Mua4M4(aliM. At DruzlMi.arM44a. la stuiM tar mrtmura, inuaami "KaHef fce talc." ta -. J NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES Ttfumun. jv Reoeived By SUBSCRIPTIONS w m Gafis GENTS WANTED. Eith8x. t- COURIER We can supply any periodical published in any country in any language By the Banker' Alliance of is. Combined lite and accideat asm is the aame policy or laaarea eitker sex. & J. DENNIS, A, 11 North Eleventh street, I HISTORICAL I Jat Amos Bamett x It Is a saying of the eminent professor of English literature In our midst, that "what people are prepared to receive, whether by grace or by culture, they receive most gladly." The bits of his tory that may appear from week to week in this part of The- Courier, I offer to readers who have known a great master of history and learned of him. The -editors of this paper think that both by grace...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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