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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 November 1895

THE COURIER. B&ki t.- t.- Fv E-4 r . THE PASSING SHOW f il Of a life that only Imagined and strain ed after effects, that never lived at all; that never laughed with children, tolled with men or wept with women: of a lying, artificial, abnormal existence. The other day I saw an elevator boy Ink and paper are so rigidly exacting, intently perusing a work of literature. One may lie to one's self. He to the I glanced at It and saw that It was world, lie to God, even, but to one's Oulda's "Under Two Flags." I could Pen one cannot He. You may talk brll- remember when I first met that book Hantly and still be very much of a fool, and read It quite as intently as the ele- But when one comes to write, ah, that vator boy was doing, and I was in- is different! Kvery artificial aid falls clined to be patient with him when he took me to the wrong floor, for I knew that he was envying Bertie Cecil his beautiful boots or that he was pond- you. All that you have been taught leaves you, ail tha...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. i 1 Once, a great many centuries ago here was a camp In the wear)' wilder ness of Slnal, the camp of a people who were Journeying from a bad country of plagues and flesh pots and taskmasters, of dark religions and horrible rites and grim barbarism. Journeying to an undis covered country, they hoped a better one. In the midst of the camp was a tabernacle. Without that tabernacle was the court of the people, where the multitude came and went, and babbled and worshipped; tradesmen, bondmen, lepers, things unclean. Within was a court where only the priests came, where the Levltes performed their holy offices. And within that there was still another chamber, where only the high priest might enter, who carried God's fire In his censer. And as It was then, so it Is now. There is another people Journeying by slow stages Into some thing better, something dim and unde fined, lying off yonder beyond the peaks of Slnal. And with us we carry all that has been most worthy In our race...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Thanksgiving day afternoon and evening, at the Lansing theatre, the attraction will be David Henderson's American Extravaganza company in "Sinbad; or the Maid of Baisora," a musical burlesque, which has had a tremendous success In the great cities of the north and west, having been played over 500 nights at 'the Chicago opera house, where it was first pro duced. The3tory is the familiar one of the voyage of Sinbad to the Pigmy is- KOBEKT G. INGEKSOLL. land, as told in the "Arabian Nights." It is done, however, in a burlesque fashion, retaining merely enough of the original tale to give it continuity. It is right up to date, and aside from the plot it contains many bright, new and interesting specialties. Nearly every one of the principals in the cast con tribute to the program a "special turn" which Is entirely original and quite out of the common. The music has much that is original about it, and there are moments when it borders upon the standard of...

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 November 1895

THE COURIER. cccccccccccccccccccccc NOTES AND QUERIES A statement was made in last week's Courieu concerning the prolific work of Anthony Hope. Can you give me any definite information concerning the date of their publication? M. G. Tho statement made in last week's Courier was raoh and partially in correct. It was corrected in tho proof, but the compositor did not heed the correction. Mr. Hawkins published her first book, "A Man of Mark," in 1839 at his own expense, and impoverished him self thereby. From that time until the success of "The Prisoner of Zenda," Mr. Hope's life was by no means all roses. At this time he looked on the bar as his career in life, and, far from think ing of literature as a profession, he simply wrote for amupement. "Father Stafford," published in 1890, was his second book, also a financial failure; then followed the writing of short stories for the St. James Gazatte, several of which were republished in the vol ume entitled "Sport Royal." "Mr. Witt's Wid...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 November 1895

THE COURIER. fcS ' s er &. v &-K THE BOYS IN LIKE 6000 EMU ALL GO TO fw m. mis o sin Tf something To eat For ir fflonef. OPEN ALL NIGHT. KUQURTERS FOR WEtW. Hunter Printing COMPANY . . GENERAL PRINTERS South hmlf .... CALL BUILUIN3 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 aer. loo CARDS AND PLATE S1.50 m CARDS WITHOUT PLATE 1.50 Litest Styles Elegant Work HUNTER PRINTING CO., 323 No. nth Street. U9aH9aB!SjalflaaHaKil $5 TO CALIFOENIA Is oar Bleeping Car Rate on thePhOIipa-Soak Island Tourist Excursions from Council Hiffa Omaha or Lincoln to Los Angeles or Haa ras cifcoria the Scenic Route and Ogdea. Oar UaTH Des Moines ererr Friday, and aleeyaf car rata from there is 6.50. Yon hare through sleeper, and tha Painter asangement haa a special agent aecompaaaj tM excursion each week, and you will hti Ka nare...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 November 1895

THE COURIER. ft In the district court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, Isaac Lang;, plaintiff, vs. Thomas J. Marshall, et aL, defend ants. To Thomas J. Marshall and Emma Marshall, Louis 8. Marshall and Mrs. Marshall, his wife, whose first real name Is unknown, and the People's Savings bank, a corporation, defend ant. Tou and each of you will take notice that on the 5th day of Septemer, 185, Isaac Lang, plaintiff, herein filed his petition In the District Court of Lan caster County, Nebraska, against said defendants and others, the object and prayer of which are to foreclose a cer tain mortgage executed by the defend ants, Thomas J. Marshall and Emma Marshall, to the Clark & Leonard In vestment Company, and which mort gage was afterwards and on the 11th day of November. 1890, assigned to this plaintiff and which mortgage Is upon lot ten (10), in block five, (5). Ridge way an addition to the City of Lincoln, said county and state, and was given to se cure the payment of one certain ...

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 November 1895

-e ,- ' VOI. 10. NO. 48. ESABLISHED IN 18SG PRICE FIVE CENTS & 1& XfJCr'i . fc&r: m. - Knv-zjrf.7r,r . r. "v jfttsar' . X rmli f s '!8'k LINCOLN. NEB., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 IS95. ENTERED IN THE POST OFFICE AT LINCOLN AS 8ECOXD-CLA89 MATTES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT HE COURIER (WING AND PUBLISHING GO. Office 217 North Elercnth St. Telephone 384 W. MORTON SMITH Editor and Manager SARAH B. HARRIS Associate Editor W1LLA CATHER Associate Editor Andrew Jackson Sawyer, and the re mainder of a select coterie, for the po litical principles that were turned down with so much force and unanimity in this country, the first Tuesday in No vember. This enthusiasm, this loyalty to the great American dictator. Grover Cleveland, can find expression in one way only. It cannot jubilate in office, for the only federal office In this city worth having is in the hands of a gen tleman whose democracy after much straining Is yet far from being simon pure, and Is altogether unfit for assimi la...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

THE COURIER. I! kl correspondent in paying tribute to this philanthropist said that he had proba bly given away 120,000,000. There are many good things to the credit of the Rockefellers. But the stu dent in political economy would hardly call the "gift" of even $20,000,000 out of $200,000,000 ground out of the people by one of the crudest monopolies the world has ever known, philanthropy. Even the beautiful picture of a Rockefeller button In Lincoln. This being a col- should not serve a third term is Mr. daughter visiting the sick and giving leire town the remark will be of inter- Cleveland himself. The people general- away owuayear loses us auracuveness Highest of all in Leavening Powers-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE im ly agree with Mr. Cleveland that there should be no third term. The other day a son of William G. Rockefeller was married. It was a plain, simple wedding, "with Just a few chrysanthemums and some smllax." It was in marked and favorable cont...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

WHI THE COURIER. m I Bradford. Why, last year we shipped 85 per cent, more woolen goods, from England than we did under HcKlnley In 1892. We Democrats are keeping the woolen mills In Leeds and Manchester going day and night. And see what we are .doing for our sheep at home. The slaughter houses of Kansas City and Omaha are killing millions of sheep from New Mexico and Wyoming dally. And wool! Did not our grasping farm ers use to get 33 cents for it under Mc Klnley, and now we are sending gold to Australia and buying Swan River and Van Dieman's Land wool for 10 and 15 cents. I tell you, we Democrats are running things" wild. We have to, for we know you Republicans are com ing with the Keeley cure in '96." It Is said that an effort will be made to compel Joseph Garneau, who was Ne braska's world's fair commissioner, to restore the state's money he misappro priated. Garneau was appointed world's fair commissioner by Governor Boyd, at the Instance of Mr. Hitchcock, editor of the World-H...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

THE COURIER. be turned twice. If you are successful In the end the kin? of hearta Is sur rounded by eight packs of cards, with the queens on top. The Pleasant Hour Club at a business meeting held Monday afternoon made appropriate recognition of the annual charity concert to be held In December, by appropriating $60 for the purchase of tickets, the Intention being to at tend in a body. The ladles who have charge of the concert are anxious to se cure the patronage and co-operation of the leading social organizations of the city and It Is hoped that the example set by the Pleasant Hour Club will be followed by the other clubs. Mrs. W. A. Swearlngen and son Tom bave gone to visit relatives at Elmwood. The musical department of the Wo man's club will give the first of a series of muslcales at the home of Mrs. Per ry Walker, Friday evening, Novem ber 29, Mrs. Dr. Hanchett of Omaha will be present and will have something of Interest to say. father. Mr. Parke, and his best man, Mr. Shull, m...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

THK COURIER. t Sidney Corby baa gone to St. Joseph, Ma, to be gone a few days. Leslie D. Martin went home to St. Paul, this state, to eat turkey. Sidney White went to South Omaha on Thursday. Miss Cowan of St. Joe is visiting Mrs. Branch. Mrs. Branch gave a card party in honor of her friend Miss Cowan Satur day evening. John Dixon, Ray Welch and J. H. Mallalieu spent Thanksgiving with Omaha friends. The Sigma Chl's will give a party in their Frat hall next week. ""7T" The Delta Gamma society of the state university held an initiation at the home of Miss Nell a Cochrane, 1141 D street, on Monday evening. Miss Gertrude Walton of Blair, Iowa, and Miss Alice Slaughter of this city were the young ladles present who went through the fearful ordeal, and it is needless to say that the ordeal was terrible in the extreme, for the Delta Gamma initiations are famous for their originality of management. Miss Helen Welch was pledged the same evening. After the ceremonies that made the young ladie...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

"fussa THE COURIER. THE PASSING SHOW if ym J 1 i 1 IE E Sarah Bernhardt, In her one thous andth interview, is said to have ex pressed her mad admiration for Julia Marlowe. Now I don't believe Sarah ever aald It. She did rave over Clara Morris once, for Morris was quite her style. But Marlowe! I should not ex actly call it the yearning of the star for the moth, nor yet the passion of Heine's palm for the pine, but rather the longing of the range for the re frigerator. The old question of the laureateshlp Is up again in England, and the tide of favor seems to set toward Swin burne. Undoubtedly Mr. Swinburne is the greatest living English poet, indeed, since his brother In Apollo is picking okum In prison, he is the only one left us now. Swinburne is a great lyric poet, perhaps he is almost too much of a poet. Sometimes the matchless com pleteness of his rythm almost drives one to distraction. English ears were not made for much rythm. What with his rythm and rhyme and alliteration, hi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

THE COURIER. ry t il There is a Iarga 9S9ftj ARE YOU WITH US family of us, and ,S the number is being increased rapidly. The people of Nebraska ire divided into two classes, those who take THE tQVHtR and those who do not. The former constitute the family. You can get in by paying two dollars per year. ee i ? ,eee$ SULPH0-8ALINE BATH HOUSE AND SANITARIUM COR 14 AND M. All forms of baths, Turkish, RuEeian Roman and Electric. WITH SPECIAL ATTENTION To the application of natural and salt water baths for the cure Rlieu xnatlsxxi and Skin, Blood and Nervous diseases. A special department for surgical cases and diseases peculiar to women. DRS. M. H. AND J. O. EVERETT Managing Physicians. GO TO California Irx ex Tourist sleeper It is the RIGHT way. Pay more and you are extravagant. Pay less and you are uncomfort able. The newest, brightest, cleanest and easiest riding Tourist sleepers are used for our t Personally conducted excursions to California which leave Lincoln every Thursday at 12:1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

t THE COURIER. I J hi is 1 I r i PLAIN TRUTH ON LOCAL TOPICS ten It is deemed advisable to refund n. m. on the Slat Hv nf 0 only that portion of the bonds bearing December, A. D., 185, at the east a higher rate of interest than five per door of th,e c0" houe. the city of 2 wi .. ... Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, g cent, waiting for the balance until offer for sale at public aucUon thVfol- mure luvumuie uincs wueu uencr ma lowing described real estate to wit: could he secured after the city has tried The north half of the southeast quar- Perhaps the most discouraging thing the Davis Jurors within an hour after t0 do something in the way of restoring ter of section thirty-three (33) township It miht tn h mi w """ '"8 W cam ui me it ougnt to oe pos. fith p i T -- ..-.. MAtlVOOlCl UUU11LV. XVT about this city and this state is the fact that the public conscience has tak en up permanent winter quarters. It has gone into retirement, and no amount of prodding will call it out There ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

UtUtffSf Mi THSCOURIKK. ANNOUNCEMENTS Joe Ott, wLo comes to the Laming December 4, in "The Star Gazer" and familiarly known as "the man who pever smiles," is undoubtedly owing to the fact that offi the stage his yet some what juvenile and good natured coun tenance is practically unknown. He never has familiarized the public with his personal portraits of any .descrip tion, always harboring the belief that there is more in merit, ar far as draw ing power iB concerned in a lithograph or cut of one of his characters, or a scene from the play than from a whole half dozen portraits. Nevertheless a man's belief ic of ttimes made change able. An intance in this particular is so firmly registered in the mind of the comedian, that it is very probable he will never forget it. Charming Eftie Ellsler iB billed to ap pear at the Lansing theatre next week. Every art numbers among its devotees some who do it honor in their personal ality. as well as in the measure of their success; whose justly ac...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

THE COURIER. I I ! B f I NOTES and queries: I What la the most correct length for a gentleman's overcoat this winter? S. C L. This winter no overcoat at all seems to be a fashionable mode of attire. But for people who are foppish and superstitious enough to yield to the tra ditional custom of wearing one, long overcoats with velvet collars seem to be the proper thing. Is Jewelry tabooed In the best so ciety, is there not a growing sentiment against It, Is it not even sometimes considered vulgar? BLANCHE S. That Is really a leading question. There Is considerable feeling and very strong opinion on both sides of the Jewelry question. One thing Is sure. let was written for the stage and not for a university class room. If you or any other university student has dis covered the real Hamlet, Just trot along and play It. Nobody. Is going to be lieve that your Hamlet is greater than Booth's until you go to work and enact It. Mute inglorious Mlltons are very well, but they have no right to ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

THB COUKIBK. MC CLUKES MAGAZINE J 1 Hunter Printing COMPANY . . GENERAL PRINTERS South hall .... CALL HUILUINJ HISTORY AND REMINISCENCE Jay Amos Barrett FREE To every person who sub scribes for The Courifb, price ?2-00 and pays a year in advance, we will give a year's subscription to McCLURE'S MAGAZINE This offer is open for a short time only to new and old subscribers alike. THE COURIER Under new management MERCHANTS' HOTEL OMAHA, NEBR. TAX.TOV, HULETT DATMCPOBT, Proprietors. pselal attention to state trade, gsatt ui travelers. Iranian aireei mim i the door to and from all partaof 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 Matt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 November 1895

THE COUKIXK. urn b m N m triumphed gloriously over his enemy, the lawyer leaned over the aide of the cab, to see if he might get a parting look at Mr. Sheedy. One taunting smile or mocking laugh would repay him twice over for the time and money ex pended In the trip. All at once bullets began whizzing about his ears. "Get down inside, you fool!" said the engineer. It needed no words of caution to ef fect that, for the lawyer was already acting promptly along the same line. With his left hand the master of the iron horse pulled the throttle valve till the old engine fairly jumped. At the same time, with his right he thrust a Colt's revolver over the side of the en gine, calmly remarking, "Get right down off tnls engine, John Sheedy." Without hesitation the gambler climbed down and Jumped to the ground, and the lawyer, quickly out of reach, made the return trip without further Incident. Weeks passed by. and the lawyer had begun to tell the incidents of his cap ture of the stolen teams...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 December 1895

iv 'j- RS :' !K VOU 10. NO. 49. ESTABLISHED IN 1836 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 IPs LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 1895. m - - -- (5j 8 I nml nnlltlrnl cnrnpstprs. N'n crime Is 2cyiM&1" so Wack that ,l nnt flni1 ln the Jour- CCr- Mj MjjJ WKtwJ B a!y ..w.. uw.wf.v, a'.wv.u... ..- 'liikni criminal can command Influence. The paper that made frantic excuse for C. . entered in the post omcE at uncoil W. Mosher the day after the closing of as second-class MATTEK the Capital National bank, that fought step by step, every effort that was r PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY made to meet out justice to the mem bers of the Mosher ring, cannot be ex- Bt pected to be Influenced by any consider- THE COURIER PRIMING AND PUBLISHING CO. P"lc weal. It never has been In the past, and It Is doubtful If It will Oflico217 North Eleventh St. be In the future. The Journal Is a great and powerful newspaper. It Is impos- Jelephorxe 384 s,ble to estImate the benefit it might . bring to the people of this city and this...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 December 1895

-S ;i!m THE COURIER. II I m Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE $m auditor. Mr. Hedlund was one of the men who led the victorious fight on George Bowerman three years ago. He was a leading candidate for auditor, and by joining forces with Eugene Moore he made the latter's nomination possible. Hedlund came in from the western part of the state, and he will which reference is made to the fact that the public conscience seems to have become moribund. The fact that this city has been misgoverned, off and on, for years, is one so patent to every man that it needs no elucidation. Tet there have been very few Instances where citizens have risen in strong protest against the acts of their public serv ants. T-he city council has brazenly have given them a certain distinctive quality. Other shows have gone on seeking public favor with the same worn out specialties year after year. Mr. Bryan has changed his program frequently. When the publ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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