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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

COURIBX. livan said: : When the aggressor loses hla wind he la often at the mercy of the other chap, and this aeems to have been the. case with Corbett. To knock a powerful young man out in four rounds requires a tremendous hitter. Corbett in the first two rounds hit Sharkey when and where he liked, and failed to knock him out. But Cor bett evidently lost his wind. I am not surprised at that, for he was not In condition for such a tremendous task." At first even the Callfornians them selves lost all stock In Corbett. but his friends are gradually coming -back to him. The San Francisco people are noted for their fairness In matters of this kind, and it is said that they in variably favor the outsider. It was these people that started the story that Corbett had been virtually whipped by a mere novice. Sharkey knows about as much about boxing as any ordinary tenth rater, and he did not display even that much In his last fight. If Sharkey is to win renown as a boxer from that fight then...

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

vl if MM 'fch AN OLD STORY 1 jks f i i.C. : j H KV ' ft-1 J. AN OLD STORY In the army personal courage is not ao much admired aa required: partic ularly at the wild frontier poats in the far west, where an almost continual warfare with the Indians w or waa kept up, deeds of reckless heroisa, of magnificent bravery, are treated aa matters of course, and a man give up his life and gets very little glory for it. A few respectable townsmen in (he States read a garbled account of the latest brush with the Indians, feel, perhaps, a momentary stir of the blood, and then fall to criticising the policy pursued, and so forgot all aboutit.To his comrades, the man is demigod. But it is a very local fame; approval finds small expression, and comment tends more to contempt for failure than to admiration of success. Military courage is the commonest attribute of mankind, And not one man in a hundred fails of it; but to endure the hardships, the privations, and the deadly ennui of frontier life req...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

vfZ&stirr&itiVT' T -" VCSF 3fc-. ' A? --W" VT'2. T . ?J?t .?. VX. - eM LINLN 'IJFKIESS'Niil sstifeiH1 ,j -; 'j-; ?i$ ul .., L, .r S'lJ rw -fv jfe ' aj t t W II V. -f X ' OOOUPIBS MroDLE GROUND BETWEBIST JTHE "OIJD IiINES. OR riMM OLD FASHIONED LIFE COMPANIES AND "AFTER -DEATH -. AS8E8SMENT"OR CREDIT SYSTEUS. IT I8SUES A' CLEAN1 PLAIN, - YEAR Mf &" ' - ' Pak fnlVfnfnmmaflnn -i"-wV4r"iv'i","v:" JeWrciuuius insurance T"1 ttag m cieaa. aaay MvMeUi-nt,k7 S. t. If JlBtfltlB POPULAR TONSORIAL ARTIST .! 1 as elegant barber afcap 1 chain. et. called "Tfc 1 at U7 North Tbirtaeatk , aeatk of Laaaiag tkealn. m$ uh rear heat mmth GLABKSON LAUBEY 0PVM AfCVMW erWe ; H. W. BROWN Druggist and Bookseller. ' -wnatiriEa Fine Stationery and Calling Cards 8 127 S. Eleventh Street. PHONE 68. ooooooooooo- opooooooooooooooooooosocc O OO TO O g wauiornia axx aTourlat deeper It is the RIGHT way. Pay more and you are extravagant. Pay less and you are uncomfort able. The newest, brightest, cleanest ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

M a I Jr Ev v- t ? . t t. es YUL.U JtQJX. ... fszgs J,',3."-,-t 6STABUSHBD1N.1886 . "s-RICE. RVB.CBNTV. St ' "v " i JU. '-- J '-; . LINCOLN NEB., lAftJNDAY. JULY1IS9G ipjJ(!,. nominated at Chicago as a dark horse. He disclosed his plans at that time and they were followed to the letter. He said: "I shall not go to Chicago as a candidate. I shall go as a delegate. It Is my Intention to remain in the background, until there is a suitable opportunity "for me to appear before the convention In the manner In which I am best fitted to make an impression. I will have the advantage of Bland and Boies in that! will be on the eround " IKCORIERPRIITING JUI WBUMIH CI conceded n " Bryan Is some. ining oi a propnei. ZMTEBTOST OFTICS AT UMOUI AS SSCOXD-CLAM VATta PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Ofie 217 North ElaTenth St. Jelephorvc 384 W.MORTON SMITH Editor ud Mums BARABB. HARRIS AssOeJatoliute Subscription Rate In Advance. Arunnm 93.00 Six month 1X0 TkrM months 10 Oas.month 10 Stagls copies 6 inHDii...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening Power- Latest J. S. Gov't Repo iS RoYal itMUTELV . tv Bawng PUBE in this Tree and enlightened country. The Chicago mans meeting had all the temper of terrorism and revolt that characterized the Commune, but It lacked thft.lntelllgence.of the Commune and it cannot be that this nation, founded In the great principle of re publicanism, is to be dominated by the spirit of secession and demolition which if successful, would have its logical wid in monarchical despotism. All the lessons of the last one hundred and twenty-five years are not to be disre garded and the country passed over to belated Robespierres who would crucify this republic on, the cross of anarchy. The hot wind that blew from Chicago the other day has had a blighting effect, but deep-rooted In the sober consciousness of the, American people there is a strong, rugged, val iant, love of country, respect for law and order that cannot be destroyed by. any wind or wave of outlaws how e...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

THE COURIER. PS fv -w . t -r v" v i 2 S l I I V- This has been a remarkable seasanfor ootttoa vWashf dress goods styles stnfor ootttoa vWashfc nave oeen exceptionally; attractive, prlcea unpreeedeatedly lew and busi ness "proportionately large. Tnus for we" have" haTthe most satisfactory trade on this class of fabrics In the history of our business. Our assort ment of .the most popular lines is still In good shape, among them 3flp' mcunDmnccDfiDT w 1 tOOCi S ,g9& .jinLtwyivtuyroiyityt (' jtfe . x ORGAN DIE3. GRASS LINENS. SCOTCH It la said that bicycle racing Is a to prevent a contest under favorable TFRPTJpTT cated. Well, I should think so. There have time to get acclimated and the DIMIUBS, L.IMEN BATISTS, DOMESTIC DIMITIES are bicycle races and there are bicycle same Is the case with the-foreigners FINE LA. VNfNS races and to be able to distinguish one when they visit America. "Foxy" Tom from another one must not Eck, as he Is called. Is expected to re- only be rapid calculato...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

r"'t-r ? MiT-Vw '--- f5;r:' erf 1SB' :-THI COURIER. ."" TT sn sT i fife 1. Tjyr . '-.Sii vjiaVjt vrgrsfa -; - --T V : ; " .,-. V,V vva- ....- i ' c .. . ???- --. - W'."ac- ";,-j v:S -- .p-- ' - '-..' -ir -- "" J At 1 -J ' -i -.' i0JSiS &:: Igqod'Musig mERTMGBZ h lb?1 -V I & iVIV.--.' ' :, H;;ttT.7-.:- . ' ?.! --.r ML Jfc- .J. -3- JV -' J? 3R r . A This coupon entitles bearer to ",! if ?H7 ;. ,. . Steamboat ride orbath, Sunday, July 1 8; 1896:, DUIIillglUil DCilL.ll. ". X '- . .. !k ! -- -.-j6i't. 2 tt UttH !? fl'-KW fe&I 3S iS? 4Ji33 v T -"- .--.--- - - ,y 8W3 4 .. I -wan- 1 :ia.s ii&!.tts ? : '.. .w: .,-:;.,.. .,.MHf 1 " 1 .ijujuwm" '.' ii.MiiJM !?. ' '" 5 -,--,;' j j; VhZ " faiy&itfrf i i'-'ai sic. - . i! life:. is 'iswsritviJftt m .-eti-'- .fH:&-Jr.i .- - -rf i: . 1 ':- rtrJ7 . 'ill . ;'.-:: J jt- ;( f;-it-, . v. tjp:,iL - ..tjf'to : 1- 'rt . r., x . 'tUt w3 ilta - - ! V'.uxtttr,! t , - . K 3 C:- . . . -.. v-M- i-r- r -. ,';-.. : ts. 'iv -W?l!H5RiEWSPAPER&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

mrvzwz- THE COUftlZR. - -if 9 " l') ' - v feF y. rtAi sj n r 5 T' -&' 5 : - J t aTT i WHAT HE THINKS OP BRYAN. A business man In this city received a letter from a democratic correspond ent In another state which cloned with this Inquiry; "What Is there of Bryan? I think he Is brilliant, but not deep, and a pop In politics; how Is he?" The business man made the following reply: "You ask what there is of Bryan. He Is a successful politician, an elo quent speaker, an Incisive debater, a master of the art of presenting reasons sound In appearance only. He pos sesses and emits a vast amount of vocal patriotism. He. preaches the .gospel of discontent and denominates a new crusade. Quick to see an op portunity, he is equally quick to take advantage thereof. He is a most pleasant man to meet, and of excellent reputation. He will receive the support of that class which a few years since supported Dennis Kearney, and will also have the Indorsement of a larger and better class of citizens...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

nrtJnfrniiiTTi''iTiMTi JJ'. ', VC; -sr.-jv- sr.?tspsFr -;. THnfcCOUKIKit 'can't see ft all '" "; " Cod-liver oil is something more than a fat. Its peculiar .action depends on a number of substances, ariiOrig which might be mentioned .ipdiue and phosphorus. There,. can be no' substitute for cod-iiver oil, because there is no other'oil known, which has in natural combination with it suchf a large number of. valuable medicinal agents. . . .. jiTrti" Jf ' P - 'VS x 4HMWJ !, - vfr?r V " ' .--'- ' . xTHJt I g WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS If vi I. W fir ' On Wednesday, July 15. the'1896 ses-ln writing a life of Shelley goes to slon-of the Crete Chautauqua .closed where he lived, learns '-the facts of his The thirteen day', program has .been .life frorn his letters, from his friends of an ' excellence extraordinary. 'The' and 'from all others Jwno have written weather has', been cool and especially ;4?0Bcer,MnK Mmi onXY looklng up the suited to campers, for only one rain authorities for the stateme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

V."" couun. IT - BiJ rv. a - 'y"- 91 ?. .-.-Hr wr ?iS0f" accord,n to the standard of were the soloists and their singing made ug-est, most congenial and. most u amiable In spite of the diabolical rgetraiy neighborhoods - It- wii toicK" seats', which after two hours of assocla "SS'S1! conductthat the Italians, Poles tlon makes a misanthrope and a pessl aHOJrish by whom they were surround- nlstout of, a good natured person, enfltoked upon them with suspicion and It would be pleasant to say a good the Taylors had to go much more than half .way. Finally they are established In the confldance of their neighbors and the tone of the district has been raised. The' thermometer that measures the moral degradation of the -neighborhood in; the price of real estate and rents. The Mruses' In the Immediate neighborhood of tjie' Chicago Commons, have appreci ated In value to a much greater value tbkn the property In contiguous dis trict. At the present time the settle ment numbewseventeen people. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

... ,. mw .'HK V2' THB COUUXK. , . .. .'-r"- r-i 5 -vJ Ill IIIIIIIHIj ? AU,THB MAQAZMM M ...-. &'-m -(. I TEVIEW-REYIEW5 ;?. Bsstsi By ALBERT SHAW. :z xm Z I 5 it, ifc. ifc. "fed SOCIAL AND PERSONAL omoioecaaitiiiocc ;r,V1 BbbbbbbM vOc' VftV The Amsterdam (N. Y.) Dally Demo crat, under date of July 14, thiu refers to well-known residents of Lincoln: "Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Tates and son, Wlllard, of Lincoln, Neb., are vis iting Mrs. Lucy McDonnell of this city, who is a cousin of Mm. Yate. Mr.' Yates Is superintendent of. tele graph of the Burlington and Missouri division of the C, B. &. Q. railroad, and is on, of Lincoln's foremost citl sens. He is a son of the late Perry Yates, who was a well-known mer chant of Fonda. For about ten years previous to 1863 he held the positions of telegraph operator, freight clerk and ticket agent .for the Central-Hudson railroad at Fonda, and many of the residents of the valley have very pleas ant recollections of him and his wife. In comp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

TUB C0DIU1E. asv s. - S35 R i ' ty3 E: BB&t9 Bffflvf- Berry, Marie Curtis, Lucile Helms. Susie Skinner, Georgle Capp, Harry Benson, Charlie Benson, Gene Benson, Ralph Siren, Emma Foley, Etta Cas sidy, Ora Cassldy, Lola Bowen, Percy Osborn. Miss Mae Mount of Omaha, who is a popular visitor here, returned home Monday. Prof. R. B. Owens passed through the city Sunday en route from Hast ing to Chicago. J. W. McDonald is in Evanston, 111. Ex-Governor Fleming of West Vir ginia was the guest of Capt. J. E. Hill this week. Ex-Governor James W. Dawes of Crete was in the city this week.. He was urged to take the chairmanship of the republican state central com mittee, but declined, owing to his ina bility to give the necessary time to the work of the committer. Mrs. Lew Marshall is visiting friends in Grand Island. Mrs. Fred Shepherd and daughter left Thursday for Owatonna, Minn., where they will spend the summer. Oscar Junge has returned from Mex ico. Mrs. J. F. Mendentaall and children ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

MaapvsBsnMSPwa Wi- "?-'' Q "?i5S'tf afem?p, frilbtfRIBlL SEWALL AS A 8ILVERITE. T- m 1-- i i Inside History of His Conversion to the . WJiite Metal. -, ' The Washington correspondent of, t Springfield (Mass.) Republican give the. . following account of the' motive which1 prompted the democratic candidate for ' vice-president to espouse the free silver cause: tX ' The nomination of Arthur Sewall .of Maine for vice-president' is a part of 'the consistent policy- at Chicago for admin istering every possible affront to Mr. Cleveland."Vrheistorxof(SewaU,s con version, to free llv'er.reads"llke that of southern and western' VjpoHticlans who have -been working,, fori silver. bf-,r cause they;hatt been fturned down: byjj, the prertdeBtt- i " ' ii ? ' Harold Sewall. the son, of the nominee foV vice-president, was- a democratic consul Sn Samoa. during the first Cleve Tl, 9ml Eirer mmm mm. X- 1 rr m SI ' IBB BBSS B BIB . aw bIjbI M m m m M V H mM m vr aUsaW T JJ F B K vafaV Mm T " mm " am $o c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

JT2I5 COO !7KT t- -" ?- fe . r, - hi' S---V y &!$& sgv .r- frt-s &. Et" s-.:-. .?& Vox Populi,Vox Dei Characters Mrs. Cheyne, 30; 3etsy, 26 and Sarab, 26. Scene Mm. Cbeyne's boudoir leading into her bedroom. Time 10:30 8. m. Betsy (nourishing a feather broom) Don't you waste your time so, Sarah! What's the use of sweeping under that rug? Sarah It's awfully dusty. It has not been up for a fortnight to my cer tain knowledge. ' " ; Be.tsy And why should it? Who's going to look under the rug? Sarah (pointing to bedroom door) She might. Betsy Not she. She has far more im portant things than that to attend to. Sarah I suppose she has. Betsy What's the good of saying you suppose, when you know she has. Sarah You are right. She's had both of their photograps set up there on her writing table for half a year, and I don't believe she knows yet which of them she means to marry. Well, it is a pity. Betsy -What's a pity? Sarah That some people should Betsy Oh, Mr. Austell, if I d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 July 1896

...W-J r y TKI COUsUnHL ti THE LINLN LIFFXS3TT ,. -Kfrf?lJ,4'' ' . .' "I Sf,-J OCCUPIES MroDLB GROUND BETWEEN THE "OLD LINE" OR OLD FASHIONED LIFE COMPANIES AND "AFTER DEATH ASSESSMENTMOR CREDIT SYSTEMS. IT ISSUES A CLEAN PLAIN POLICY ON THE FIVE YEAR DISTRIBUTION AND FIFTEEN YEAR 8ELF SUSTAINING- PLANS - J&J: -, " "Sn1' ixsTV." -' For fall information apply to W. R. Proctor, Sec'y, at home of fice rooms 3o4-fi-6-7, Farmers and--. ' Mercnants insurance diock or lo jjraa . uiinton or .aliens, ween, general agents. When wanting a clean e.-) Mm m am artktic hair-cat. try 8. f . ISIEIIflElD POPULAR TONSORIAL ARTIST, ha an elnrant barber aha mak ckaire. etc called "TWa r" at 117 North Thirteawtk , aoath of Lansing theatre. SU& WEKT MEAT HTM CLARKSON LAUDEY iX). South lentk 9trmt. pOOOQ-Q-QOOOQ H. W. BROWN Druggist and Bookseller. Whiting " Fine Stationery and Calling Cards 127 S. Eleventh Street. K KMUIMfc OB. 8 ooooooooooo.. GO TO o California O In. a.-'X'ouax'last: aleepex Q It...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 July 1896

iCx . &- . OP'- t:r: if. V r fcc - r-jV r BL- p.; Ste VOL 11:N0 28 - Jc J Wr P.STABUSHED IN UB6 AJ-t-i8e?frW'PRICE'FlVE,CF.NT .t . i,4 j V ' ' rtt .. li . i - . - r fcMV- " . - iff? flit IK .! I ,Hi. . s - . v' tf4. LINCOLN NEB.. SATURDAY. JULT-25 I3MJ i hkthpost omcxATiinicoLii AS SBCOXD-CLASS MATTKB PDBLI8HED EVERY 8ATUBDAT mmiERPRHUDFyBLISIIHiH Office 217 North Elarenth St. JcIepKoixe 384 W.MORTON SMITH Editor mad Mmnastr SARAH B. HARRIS AsMciat Edilot Subscription Bates In Advance. Per annum 12.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 80 Onemonth 20 8ingle copies ...........r....r...: GO V 1 OBSERVATIONS The people have learned something 6ince that memorable, day when Mr. Bryan hypnotized the Chicago popocrat ic convention. The impression has been generally entertained, where the boy orator's performances have received any consideration, tha't bis speeches were largely impiomptu, delivered on the spur of the moment. Enthusiastic ad mirers of Mr. Bryan have claimed that hey could get ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 July 1896

fi1 THS COURIER. & b 1-, El Fv f Itfi I3r- 1 I f &I 1 V p fc I F m Higatat of all w LeaTeung PowenLate (J. S. Gov't RepoK Da&J Bakins aWSE Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE A QUEER EXPERIMENT. Fbtogriililii the Mplaa of a Drap. ( Mrrctiry ProL Worthington baa oeen studying a rurlous phenomenon for twenty yean says Knowledge. The splash of a drop occurs in the twinkling of as eye yet It it an exquisitely regulated phenomenon and one that ery happily lllwtratea tone of Ihe fundamental properties of the fluid. The problem that Prof. Worthington has succeeded la solving U to let a drop of definite alse fall from a fixed Ight In . ar atlve darkness onto a surface and to 11 lumlaate it by a flash of exceedingly short duration at any desired stage, io aa to exclude all the stages previous Bad snbseauent to those thus selected. The many Illustrations ia this volu.ue testify to the accuracy and beauty of his work. The curious results of a 'plash ef a drop of mercury from .v height ef three ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 July 1896

THI COURIER. JB1 m MR. BRYAN'S ELOQUENCE Mr. Bryan's first campaign speech, de livered from an improvised platform at Champaign, III., Monday evening, wan pretty poor stuff. At the beginning ho apologizied for the quality of it by saying: "I have just been talking some in Chicago, and am sort of between speeches." When the gentlemen is "sort of between speeches," h'lB oratori cal output is flat enough, because it is not his custom to speak extemporane ously. The few addresses which have made his reputation were manufactur ed with the greatest care, "polished and repolished" during nights and days of searching after effective phrases and tones, and delivered under the guidance of an assistant, whose duty it was to control by signals the volume of his voice and otherwise to promote by warnings or encouragement the suc cess of the carefully considered appeal to the audience's emotions. How the machinery creaks when go behind the scenes! We take the follow ing from a friendly descriptio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 July 1896

THE COURIER. FRANK M. REO'TOR 1211 O St. Phone 198 jP SOCIAL AND PERSONAb Jf , ' Jf .' - V- ! f ) 4 7J) BOKBONS ICE QUI Judge C. M. Parker has been ill for several days. Prof. S. L Lyon left Thursday for a ten days trip in Minnesota. Tobias Castor has returned from Deadwood, S. D. Rev. CX 0. Lasby delivered his lec ture on the "Passion Play at Oberam mergan" in the Second Presbyterian church Tuesday night. Miss Olive Latta is society reporter for the Sunday Tribune. Ralph Wingerleft Thursday for Chi cago, where he has accepted a position in a bank. Mrs. Richardson and daughter. Miss Florence, and the Misses Guilmette, left Thursday for the Black Hills, where they will remain several weeks. D.B.Welch, of Cadiz, O.. who has been in the city visiting his daughter, Mrs. John B. Cunningham, returned borne Thursday. Miss Lulu M. Allen left for Blooming ton, 111., Thursday. Rev. H. Percy Silver has returned from Philadelphia where he went in the interest of Holy Trinity church. He will pre...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 July 1896

THB COURIER. jC- DU MAURIER AND MOSCHELR& DREAMS OF GREAT MEN. Tint Meeting of I ha Two Great Artiste In Gay Bohemia. We first met in Antwerp In the clasa rooms of the famous academy, saya Moscheles In the Century. I was paint ing and blaguing as one paints and blagues in the storm and stress period of one's artistic development. It had been my good fortune to begin my Btudies in Paris, where in the Atelier Oleyre I had cultivated the essentially French art of chaffing known by the name of "la blague Parislenne," and I now was able to give my less lively Flemish friends and fellow-students the full benefit of my experience. Many pleasant recollections bound me to Parte, so when I heard one day that a "nouveau" had arrived straight from my old Atelier Gleyre I was not a little impatient to make his acquaint ance. The newcomer was Du Maurler. I sought him out. and, taking It for granted that he was a Frenchman, I addressed him In French. We were soon engaged in lively conversation...

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