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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

kCf3SiBkaijuu-jA gj sSm fSBwrS- jes: decided it last Mr. Fitzgerald and Mr In-law. therefore he must be a fool. Marquett are dead. Probably the case After he came to England he never en hastened the death of both. Mr. Mar- ioyed himself excent whon ho was cruis- quett in particular worked hard and thought long over it and the successful issue is due to him. He was a truly great man . Thero Jb no one here or anywhere elso that can take his place. He had not time to make money. Ho thought littlo about it, but he left his children a stainless name, a name that all who knew the man reverence." Ho was careless about his dreES and some formalities ho never learned. He was courteous withtho gentleness and sweet ness of tho Ghevalior Bayard without a chevalier's nourishes. He had an absent-minded air, a simplicity and di rectness of speech that sot his apart. I think he never really lived here. People tell of his putting on other men's shoes, too big for him, and of him leaving his small on...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

fr IN SOCIETY The following from a Wanhisgton correspondent of the The Courier will bo of intrcst to the people of Nebraska. Every Xebraskan is undoubtedly in terested in knowing the reception accorded Senator and Mrs. Thurston since coming to Washington in an official capacity. As one of tho above it was my privilege to hear Senator Thurston's maiden Bpeech and I am free to confess that all of my ex pectations were fully realized. While tho senator spoke but for a couple of minutes, yet the attention showed him by tho senate and gallery testifies to tho belief that Nebraska's junior senator will be a moving force in that body, likewise a strong friend of tho old sol diers in all pension legislation. Suc cessful as was Senator Thurston's en trance into the political, Mrs. Thurs ton's arrival was just as much so. While Mrs. Thurston has uo desire to shirk these necessary entertainments yet she Bet the example of Nebraska simplicity at her first 'at homo" last Thursday af ternoon and ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

WiStii S3,.ftVW. v4,'-i&J2gmH' gr i jhjjj i.Hf w,wf" THE COURIER. K- 'X Ricketts, Miller, Lowe, Camp, Hansen, Mount, of Omaha; Hammond and Weston, of Beatrice. The gentlemen were: Messrs. Ames, McLucas, Adams, Lehman, Tullose, Cram, Raine, Harti gan, Ricketts, Lau, Cooloy, Thorpe, J. and D. Burks, Everett, Robinson, Hendy, Lansing. The party was chap, eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cornell. The attendance at the meeting of tho Woman's club last Monday was about 300. In the interest? of voice culture the services of Prof. Williams, conductor of tho Nebraska college of oratory, were secured and ho gave a talk on that sub ject. Among other things he said that under the name conditions a woman's voice could bo heard as far as a man's voice and indeed farther, because it is keyed higher In standing close to a brass band one hears the drum almost exclusively but a mile away tho high keyed piccolo was distinctly heard and not tho drum. It is unnecessary and in...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

ESsif'it' j, ftjHM KS yW t THS COOKIE. HISTORY AND reminiscence Nothing in This World Jay Amos Barrett ? Schuyler, Neb., April 19, 1895. Jay Amos Barrelt. Dear Sic: I will com mence by giving my experience of the Indian as I found him. When I came to this state, or this territory, as it was then, the Omahas then, as now, occu pied their reserve ut Blackbird hill, in northeast part of the territory. I did not get as much acquainted with them as I did with the Pawnees. These I saw every day, had them year after year harvesting corn. They camped near my house half the time in warm weather. I became somewhat acquainted with their language, so as to hold a talk with them. Well did Cowper 6ay, lo the poor Indian! I think that they were the worst abused people I ever heard of. They are called cruel, they 6calp their prisoners, and 60 on. Ib that any worse than the Turks have lately treated the Armenians without the least provoca tion? Where iB the nation that has suf fered the abuse that t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

&b&32f. THE COURIER. tJ-S-t-S-t- -8J1 BBBBBVBHSBBBsBBBHsViBBHaaMiiiiBssssssssssssH .bIbBSPIb?- WHAT! The Great Enquirer ONLY SO CTS. A YEAR? YES! Disease commonly comes on with slight symptoms, which when neg lected increase in extent and gradualy grow dangerous. If you suffer from headache, - niDAMCTARlll EQ dyspepsia, or indigestion TiKEKIrMNo lADULCO XZ'5?. E RIPANS TABULES or you suffer distress in eating. TKE R PANS TA D U LEo v HH LLLLLLLr9 A Of ( 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- POINTS OF umns to a page, makes it the IS THE OUT .DIffifl ROUTE TO THE SOTO? Come and (See Us H. O. TOWNSEJID, P. D. CORNELL, G. P. & T. Agt. C. P. & T. Ajrt. St Louis. Mo. 1201 OSt Largest in Size ! Cheapest in Price! Always Most Reliable for Facts, Truth and Markets. TKE BEST Family Newspaper in United States for News, Intelligence, Fashions, Household, General Miscellaneous Reading Matter, Stories...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

-c-t ,-s T -tl Z 5Cr THE COURIER. i -ir'l -VV.AV.v5 'sXr -t.Sj-A-f"-- " -iSr - ". ViV i J- "L -u- 'A 4 3 -: M J P i ' & L.s t i, Mt. Ives Jmmw, his wfaTs, first innknown, Elisabeth Doraa, Dona, her husband, Henrietta Hawley, Hawley.ber husband, Stephen M. Froaty, Prouty. hie wife, Frank A. Garlock, Paul C. Deerfieid, Charles KleaMB, C. H. Arnold, first name tin kaowa, Tfaeroa Cummins, and Harry T. Noble as T. Cummins Co., will take notice that on the 27th day of July, 1885, the Davenport Savings bank filed a pe tition C.in the district court, of aaid county, against aaid defendants, and thstby order of said court Mary M. Pitcher has been substituted as plain- tiff in'said cause, the object and prayer of which petition are to foreclose a cer tain mortgage, executed by Charles D. Pitcher aad Cora K. Pitcbei, LeGrand M. Baldwin and Aurora M. Baldwin, to the IaveBport Savings, bank, and by i it assigned to Mary M. Pitcher, plain tiff herein, on the following described property: Bloc...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

1 K i I I ) Ejjpr" VOL 11. NO. G. bSTABLISHED IN 18SG PRICE FIVE CENTb "TTflflffv If t . Am 'V-i. ""'""' " fc -mn LINCOLN NBB., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8 ISQG. ENTERED IX TIIE POST OFFICE AT LIXCOLJT AS SECOND-CLASS MATTES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT THE GOURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING GO. Offico 217 North Eleventh St. Jelephone 384 W. MORTON SMITH Editor and Manager SARAH B. HARRIS Associate Editor Subscription Rates In Advance. Per annum 82.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 One month 20 Single copies ?05 OBSERVATIONS 1$ The meeting of the state editorial as. Bociation in this city last week was marked by the absence of Omaha news paper men and women. I believe not a single person connected with any news paper published in Omaha was present at the meeting. Several years ago the association met in Omaha and it is re ported that not one Omaha newspaper man put in an appearance during the two days session. Now this conduct on the part or the fraternity in Omaha is a little peculiar. The p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

-&gl&gr??r- PG&.-jWzvrl iri-'mit. j-ffig- THE COURIER. IK Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Mk ABMumnr pure brook, of Omaha, k to change his resi dence to Chicago, is a source of genu ine regret lo all who have ever CMne in contact with this gentleman who occu pies a somewhat unique place in the public life of Nebraska. Here in this state we are not surfeited with met of Eatabrook'e culture and polish, and when we find a man who has these qualitte) and is withila jolly good fel low, we are in the presence of a product sufficiently rare to be regarded with rather marked respect and esteem. Mr. Estabrook is not a self-assertive man. He is much less known than fifty or a hundred infinitely smaller men who manage to attract public attention in this state. But where he is known he is appreciated. As a regent of the state university and as a guest of the Young Men's Republican club, he has been prominently known in this city. In his departure from 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. — 8 February 1896

THE COURIER. - t j J! S ' KtoflalliilianameSwerItti'.GoARcp ABSOLUTELY PURE The room breathes again. What fools we have been to think we could have worked it out in a studio this sense of life, in art! Hear that milkman's whistle-he will kiss the girl washing down the back steps; and God gives us hope in the next generation! He came in over a fresh country this morning, with the din of the cans; and the meadow larks parted from the fences on either side of the road as he passed, and brushed the dew off the erase in long sweeps as they went whistling down the U, undoubtedly ne didn't inmK is a competent judge. Her vindication of New York will be accepted as the last word on the subject. Miss Gn'il bert has never 6een Lincoln. Tt would be interesting to know her opinion on the comparative rottenness of this town. Her experience is largely confined to London, Paris, Chicago and New York. She has never seen a real "wide open" town like Lincoln. brook, of Omaha, is to change his resi den...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

THB COURIER. 4f " w f 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 tMost Reliable for Facts, 4 Truth and Markets. THE BEST Family Newspaper in United States for News, Intelligence, Fashions, Household, General Miscellaneous Reading Matter, Stories, etc. pXy 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. -v fc7.it iU& SK VClIVi- "71 ftVlf. u:v ihKU Time Reduced - Great Route Roch Island Runs their fillips' Pullman Excursion Care to I on their fast trains. Examine time cards and see that we are nearly TWO HOURS quicker than any other route Chicago to Los Angeles. The Phillips excursions are popular. He has carried over 125,000 patrons in the past fifteen years, and a ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

THE COURIER. II be good. preacher in this town remarked in i last Sunday's sermon that idleness the paradise of fools. The democratic linistration has boomed this brand hparadise. rederick Shepherd, of this city, in communication in the News the er evening discussed the propriety newspaper criticism 01 judicial acts. Shepherd thinks the idea of the tors posing as judges is humorous. w it is not known tha anybody pro- d that the editors should usurp the ctions of judges. The contention is t the judges are subject to the same ticisin that is meted out to all other blic officers. And Mr. Shepherd and brother lawyers will probably agree t newspaper criticism has en ced the usefulness and integrity of judiciary. The fact that the ju- iary is constantly in the strong light publicity, through the course pursued the newspapers, has kept many a vering judge to the straight line of jjity. The Dundys and Scotts and Khers of their sort who are disposed, trough arrogance or corruption, to erride...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

THE COURIER. around a 6crappy country like Japan there is serious danger of another inter national difficulty unless indeed he quickly mellows in the far away land. The idea is generally entertained that Judge Dundy may not ever sit on the bench again at least that his judicial service is practically over. He may, under the law, retire on pay. in three or four yeare. lie is now on an indefinite leave of absence. There is a bill in con press to divide Nebraska into two dis tricts, and there is a prospect that it may be passed by this congress or the next. Senator Thurston and the influ ences at his command are supposed to be pushing it If Nebraska is ever made into Jt wo judicial divisions it is probable that the Platte would be the dividing line, and the headquarters for the South Platte district would be .Lin coln, which would be of benefit to the attorneys of this city and to the city generally. Probably the best litigation, from the lawyers' standpoint, would be placed in the han...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

THE COURIER. (3) () An SSeS IN SOCIETY -r:. o-..f v.i v-T, :,. . ..t of Mrs. George J Woods. The fourth annual banquet of the Young Men's Republican club will be given at the Lindell hotel February 21. The speaking program includes the fol lowing names: Chancellor MacLean. John M Thayer, J P Saylor, A W Field, W. B. Comstock, E C Strode, W Mor ton Smith. The club will celebrate Lincoln's and Washington's birthdays. As heretofore outlined in The Courier the exercises at the state university next weete will be of more thaD ordinary interest. The inaugural ceremonies will take place in the Lansing theatre Friday afternoon. There will be ad dresses by C H Morrill, Chancellor Mac Lean, Governor flolcomb, II R Corbett, H H Wilson, H D Estabrook. President Cyrus Northrop, of the University of Minnesota. The evening before T C Martin will lecture on "Development of Power at Niagara Falls"' at the Funke opera house, tickets for which may be obtained at the university or the opera house. Frid...

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

THE COURIER. I 3gse X WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS n II mt si. m i The Nebraska Pre69 aBsociation en Urged itself by making the wives and daughters of members eligible for mem bership. A committee, consisting of Mrs. McMurphy, of Beatrice, Mrs. Per kins, of Omaha, and Mrs. Gere, of Lin coln, was appointed to attend to the social features of the next annual meet ing which will be held at Grand Island. Not more than ten of the professional newspaper women of the state were present at the meeting. They decided they did not care to organize a separate press association us long as there is no such thing as two kinds of journalism divided by a sex line there is no reason why there should be either two state press association or one and a half, an association and an auxiliary. The A. P. A. is trying byf insidious .and demagogic methods to get more members in this city. It has secured a foothold and now it is looking about for a broader and more attractive location a standing. The American Protecti...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

59 iia THE COURIER. I . ABOUT FRATERNITIES .ft Ajw ft APITAIv COiy M EA.T .r,OIIAJ?"V The growth of fraternityism in the state university has been gradual but sure. The first charter was received in 1875 by the Phi Delta Theta men, but owing to opposition and general dis couragement, the chapter did not thrive and the charter was recalled. The charter was obtained again in 1883. When the fraternity idea was first broached in the school, it met with con siderable opposition. A great many of the students considered the idea a snob bish one. It was thought that the fra ternities savored too much of aristoc racy and was too much like the east. The west wished to be more democratic. But this opposition was mostly due to a lack of understanding of what a fra ternity really meant. Notwithstanding all opposition, the idea began to grow and now the fra ternity spu it has such a strong hold upon the university, that it would be impossible to eradicate it. The univer sity is now very nearly eq...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

THB COURIER. RELATED KEYS Hesbxbt Bates J Mr. Albert Hart's production of just those things that made thefr heroes Wang was not. at the worst, far behind famous. "We are told about musician's Hopper's. A good many seemed to childhood, his tastes in food, dress, and think it better. Mr. Hart himself was the like; his love affairs, his old age, his unique. His voice his singing voice death-bed, but nothmtr about his mus- js powerful and pleasant in quality. His Jd kinships, the influences that molded speaking voice, and his laugh, like his hie work, the aims that moved him. I legp, are beyond description. One can not criticise without recalling, and one cannot recall these without laughing. And a laughing critic is an anomaly. The mueic of t,be opera is catchy, yet seldom very novel. Comic opera songs and choruses are much like stage jokes, very close kin. Xow and then come i are deviations, and these are genius I do not mean that this explanation The Universalist church, in honor of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

THE COURIER. REAT CLEARING AND BANKRUPT SALI We have just received orders from our buvers from New York Citt hat we must close out every dollars worth of winter goods in the next 3 ayo. w o nave a, yvi bivu. ux T,ne xepman -BanKrupx docksuii leu wnic re will close out in the next ten days for much less than half price. Goods will be Slaughtered Lt such low prices that it will beat all our former records. The people ol jincoln ana surrounding country are well acquainted with our method, i doing business, w hen we tell the people that we are selling goods at hal nee, they nnd it so and can buy everything just as advertised. t The Following Prices are Good for Ten Days Only: SAMUELS BROS., Corner 10th and P Streets, - Lincoln, Net kpman's double width CAbHUERE, in all shades, former price from 15 to 25c, go at 5c a ard. kpman's dress and apron GIN GHAMS, worth from 7 to 10c a yard, go at 8$c a yard. pOO yards of TOWELING, Tepman's price, 5c a yard, go at lc a yard. pe lot of fine dre s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

THE COURIER- MHHHHMHHMHHMMHMMHMHIIHHHHHM Sl3:I?Alf O THROUGH COLORED GLASSES fci ' k. CO i. ) fe -j . iTt Major McKinley's presidential boom never been one o! the characteristics or seems to be reaching proportions that "the young man eloquent. All that will render it irrresistible when the re- we. bis admiring erstwhile constituents publican convention meets in St. Louis can know, is that he is doing aheap of in Juno. With the exceptions of Iowa travelling and jumpingabout,-and isn't and Indiana the McKinley adherents saying a word! have already assured themselves of What can the matter be! practically all of the north central T was talking with an old populistic states. Kansas and Nebraska, together war horse recently, and he spake with other of the western states seem thusly: also sare for McKinley as do a great "Just you wait; just you wait. There number of the southern states- will 1 free silver clubs and free silver So it appears that the high chief leagues in every town and t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

THE COURIER. i 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. 'Vmmgof &-S,B"'VtsB r t BBHHWf IBfB N.- PVllB-aii .dm rtt il'St jimss f" K. .' .-J 'r.V Time Reduced Great Roch Island Route Runs their Phillips' Pullman Excursion Cars to IS THE OUT Ditffl ROUTE TO THE SOU? Ootxie and See XJ B. O. Towssend, P. D. Cornell, G. P. 4 T. Agt. C. P. 4 T. Agfc St Louis. Mo. 1201 O St POINTS 0E CONTRAST. The morning and evening paper read by purcha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 February 1896

THE COURIER. n-- SHE IT BY Actual time traveling. 37 hours to Salt Lake. G7 hours to San Francisco. Go hours to Portland. 89 hours to Los Angeles. -FROM- LINGOLN, NIB ri' - " - Christmas Presents Only ia.oo Cabinet Pliotos t2.oo xexr close. A.T 18S6 O St (SaUsfactlon Guaranteed. Hunter Printing COMPANY . . OENERAL PRINTERS Soutli half ... , CALL BUILUlNa Having secured from the Courier PubUshiB Co. all copper plates here tofore controlled by them, we shall e pleased to fill orders for Engraved Cars and Wedding Stationery on fcert notice and in a satisfactory man- im cards and plate si.so M CARDS WITHOUT PLATE 1.50 Latest Style Elegant Work HUNTER PRINTINQ CO., 323 N. nth Strait. raKKCCC(S' FOR niinn nnn 9 HJUUIM GOTO 9 I t OFFICE 1100 0 Street Basement Bicbarda Block 2 PHONES 313 and 488 J YARDS 14th and Y Z .d BICYCLE FOR XOTHIXG. The Pacemaker will give away a high grade, 8100 wheel, to the wheelman or wbeelwoman sending in the largest number of paid subscriptions, yearly or half ...

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