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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1891
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Imltle how lo keep II mi, Prim llxi All
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II. T. CLARICE DRUG CO.
MIAoquaimiO witM imc wooiwmv or f Ml count mt wiu oaiain
f MnM1NONMTK tmiM A ttUOT 0' tMli MAI Of 1HI
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Th D1HKCT IIOUTK to nnil from CHI0A00,
HOCU 1BLAND, DAVKNI'OUT, IlKfl MOINKH,
COUNCIL, 11MJFK3, WATKUTOWN, BIOUX
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CITV.TOl'lIKA. DUNVKlt, COL01LAOO Sl'Nlia
SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
of Throuch Oonrlien, DUopor. Free Itocllnlnii
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CIMAJCA. and tiftwu CHICAGO ntul DKNVUU,
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Mccllnlair Clinlr Oir (1'ltKK) to nml from thoso
point uiil Knni.ii City Ttmniith Clinlr Oar
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Ionic Full vln Hock lolsntt.
Tfor TlchrU, Mnon. Folilon., or ilonlrnl Informa
tion, npplynt any Coupon Ticket Oince, or lutclron
K. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
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ULUIUU1K1G ft UOOSK, Llmxiln, .Noli
Ladies' and Children's
Hair Cutting and Shampooing
SAM. WESTERF! ELD'S
11URR : BLOCK.
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nml IrroiiularltlCM cnueil by coKI, woiikiie,
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pruHiloiiH conttiiiiiHt retnlt In bloo.l ihiUohIiik
n iiuu'K riiuiiiiupiio'i, .- pat'Kn ta or.i lor
u. nriii in rec i oil riiccipi 01 price.
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Nickel Savings Stamps
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CliiHon A I'll Ii'Iut. Wall I'nporanil Hint Ion
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I.lmli'll lloltl, I'liTiirrTlilrlr-t'iitliitiul M.
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THIS GOOD OLD WOULD.
Ilnr. Ir. 1 IiiukIi t mi Tnlki llrlllliuitly
About Our I'murroi In 8clrnrii, Art
nml l.llenitiirr nml Tnlcei nn llnconr
nuliiH Vli'tr of Mnnklnil Genoriilly.
Ni:w Voiik, Oct. I. At n time when
bo much skopticifun pruviills throughout
Christendom, nnil men uro Inclined to
take pvAsiiuifttlo views of tho world's
progress, it Is cheering to listen to tho
observations of thoso who stand on tho
watch towers ntid with broad enlighten
ment note tho various iulluences that
participate In tho upward and onward
movement of tho ago.
Thero nro thoso who see no lofty les
sons In tho achievements of science, tho
discoveries of tho explorer, tho dissem
ination of wealth, the work of tho mis
sionary nnil tho thousands of other good
things twiug done all around us, but pre
fer with distorteil vision to look on tho
darker phases of humanity, to regard
crime as tho concomitant of civilization
mid tho world at largo as In process of
Happily, ministers of tho gospel nro
nowhero to bo found among this class,
find when tho writer called upon n num
ber of them, ns ho has had recent occn
sion to do, in order to learn how man
kind appeared in their particular inontul
survoy, It was only to encounter n unan
imity of opinion that this world of ours
Is growing uotfer every day
One of tho most ngrecnblo of thoso In
terviews was that held with tho Itov.
Dr. George II, Houghton, tho rector of
tho Episcopal congregation of tho Church
of tho Transfiguration, or, us it is popu
larly called, "tho Littlo Church Around
It may bo well in this connection to
recall nn incident which may not bo fa
miliar to every ono When Georgo Hol
land, an aged actor, ns well known for
tho integrity of his lifo as for his profes
sional ability, died some years since, ap
plication was inado to tho rector of a
fashionable church in Madison avenue
to tead the funeral survico over his re
mains in Ids church. His point blank
refusal was accompanied by tho sugges
tion that 'There was a littlo church
nround tho corner" where they did that
sorf of thing, nnil tho party had bettor
go thero, to which Mr. Joseph Jefferson
replied, "God bless tho littlo church
around tho corner," and it has been
blessed over since. Tho burial accord
ingly took placo from Tho Church of the
Trnnsllguintion, and tho incident ob
tained mich wido publicity that the edi
fice is best known by this characteristic
It is u tow, gothlo built church in the
form of a Latin cross, seating about 800
persons and containing n number of me
morial windows, among them ono to tho
lato II. J. Montague, an actor. A charm
ing bit of well kept greensward, tho
shade from a number of noblo trees,
green vines climbing over and around
the porch and miniature fountains in
the churchyard give it in summer a de
lightful rural aspect. Thero aro 200 free
sittings In the church and tho congrega
tion Is made up from all classes. Almost
nil members of "tho profession" who
die in or near New York aro burled
I asked Dr Houghton what he re
garded as among tho most encouraging
Blgus at the present time
"They nre all encouraging," was the
wholesome teply. "IseoGodin his good
ness making himself more manifest to
mortal vision than over beforo The
period In which wo live seems to bo the
outeotno of all other periods Wo aro
not only enjoying the heritage of past
centuries, but in our own century ac
quiring that dominion over earth, sen
mid nlr which was prophesied in tho first
command given to man by his Maker.
Witness the expansion of science how
it comprehends tho universe, invades
nature, penetrates the crust of tho globo
in order that it may reveal if possible,
tho earliest secrets of the human race;
ransacks untrodden regions and investi
gates all laws whether of visible or in
visible nature to the end that mankind
shall derive tho fullest benefit What
mnrvelous results havo been achieved!
"The Intellectual aspect of tho nge?
Look at it The schoolboy of today
knows more than his grandsire His
6chool books convey ideas of creation
that a century ago were not oven In tho
dreams of the greatest minds Education
is not merely universal but enforced.
Knowledge is no longer chained to the
desks nml Interpreted by the tew, but Is
the possession of tho mauy Labor has
likewise become an intelligent power,
mid genius plies her calling at the lathe,
the forge ami anvil Tho mechanic and
Inventor have become great factors in
our modem civilization Business men
havo learned to apply now laws to their
enterprises, and wealth more than ever
is made and moved in masses Capital,
too, is being employed in n manner that
confeis larger blessings upon mankind
building our colleges, supporting our
charities, maintaining our mioious and
developing the monster enterprises? that
mark the progress of tho age. Why,
everything, oven to tho very toys of tho
children, teaching something about
form or color or motion or noise is a part
of this spirit of Intellectuality that under
lies the prevailing growth."
"Out is it not true that there Is also a
spirit of distrust abroad that eees in the
hopeful conditions you enumerate causes
for alarm: that thero aro painful fear3
of evil from tho restless, earnest action
that permeates society and breeds dis
satisfaction among classes?"
"To n ceitnin oxteut all these may ex
ist, but it has been so from all time
Opponents of progress nro to be fouud in
every Held, and why should they not
I abound in times like tho present? Theie
' nre men who, notwithstanding the in
flueuce and power of inventions, sen
ously doubt whether on the whole what
nro denominated labor saving machines
nro a benefit to tho community The
baud of industry is said to be palsied by
these, and our population to be growing
up lo habits of idletiosH and Ignoranco,
while crime and pauperism are spread
ing through our towns and villages A
superficial examination will destroy this
"It is not tt fact that Industry Is dis
couraged, for Just In proportion to tho
rapid Increase of Improvements and In
ventions has been the demand for labor
and thocorresioudlng Increaso of wages
True, tho cry of distress may bo leard
In some parts of the world where thero
Is a dense population and a destruction
and waste of property have been tho
melancholy results, but this state of
things does not spring legitimately from
tho use of inventions Tho real cause is
rather to be found In the bad political
institutions of the laud, in the partial
and uneiiial system of laws by which
these communities are governed, and in
an oppressive taxation which grinds the
faces and eats up the substance of the
poor Let tho real simplicity of our re
publican institutions obtain general cur
rency and those who are now pressed
down to the dust will riso to a comfort
able Independence of life and intellect.
"No, It is 11 mistake to supposo that all
advances upon the labors or changes in
tho habits of former generations aro in
novations not to bo tolerated, Tho world
has often cold charity for Its greatest
benefactor Kveu when wealth is en
listed to carry forward a groat under
taking that promises to inuro to the
benefit of the poorjis well as tho rich, it
is too often considered In tho light of tt
mcro speculation or descf fbeu as a mo
nopoly that bears In its train a list of
sore calamities, when It Is in fact a viist
and necessary maclilno for tho accom
plishment of those things that confer the
greatest good upon tho greatest number
These nro questions of political economy,
however, that are not to bo quickly dis
posed of in an interview."
'How would you dcslgnato tho gen
eral tendency of tho age?" further in
quired tlu. writer
"To mo, the most oxpresslvo term Is
nnlvewallty. by which I mean the dif
fusion of knowledge in overy form that
can affect tho human mind Our arts,
our books, our cdilices, our homes, what
we eat and drink and wear, our amuso
ments and accomplishments, in fact all
things show us the higher refinement
and broader tasto that is reflected from
an expanding and universal education
Mn literature, when has there been
such a mnrvelous product of thought as
now? Books that were once tho prizes
of the rich are now to bo lound in the
cottage of the humblest laborer, and
great names are as familiar as household
words The newspapers, each ono n
school teacher stored with tho annals of
the world, sending light broadcast, keep
tug men, women and children abreast of
each other in the pursuit of knowledge
and in touch with all human events,
what a history has been theirst
"Can any ono tnil to beo in this
wonderful development of intellect
ual activity the hand of provi
dence? Is thero not abundant evi
deuce that some great design ol
nature is in process ot evolution the
end ot which may be the establishment
ol a closer lolationship between us and
things divine and eternal';' And it it be
bo, surely, is not the world growing bet
ter? "Uut this ts not all God is manifest
lug Himself to the human heart not
only by giving new impulse to man's
work, but by enlarging, so to speak His
individuality Man has become inoro
universally a seeker after truth and is
less than formerly intolerant Con
scious of his own right of judgment, he
accords it to others, and thus, old bar
riers being broken down, there is a rec
ognition of the real spirit of Christ
without regard to sect or name or form
Religious teaching is passing into all
"Women havo become evangelists, and
speak to us through missions nnd books
The press hns becomo a more mighty
power than the pulpit. Tho infidel nnd
atheist are no longer dangerous to the
masses, because they encounter at every
footstep of their antagonism to tho Al
mighty an intellectual force fortified by
faith that makes the masses invincible.
Moral obliquity and intellectual degra
dation cannot subsist in such n soil, and
the longer the globe revolves the moro
does it become apparent thnt though
dust our bodies indeed are, and unto dust
they must return, our liviug spirits, now
passing through a eceneof probation and
pupilage, are becoming more and more
in accord with the divine purpose.
Yes." concluded the worthy rector, 'it is
a good world In which we live nnd Its
glorious mission is not ended Those
who survive us may look back and won
der that we knew so little, but we in
turn can look back nnd bo grateful that
wo know so much '
Feiox Ukkoouy uk Fontaine.
'I'll Merer Tell.'
"I'll never tell," would bo an admira
blo motto fcr a savant in souiety
And spenking of never telling reminds
mo of n prime requisite of an gree
able man, nnd that isdiscietion Now a
man may make lumsell very amusing,
anil even acceptable tor a time, by tell
iug, that is, by tepeating droll stories
and startling on dits about people in so
ciety; lie can make every ono laugh and
ask questions and beg him to repeat
"thnt famous funny story nbout dear
Mrs. Choso" for the benefit ot somo now
comer But it is n popularity as brief ns
It is brilliant, Mis Choseis protty sure
to hear of tho story in the end, nnd prob
ably neither she nor her husband, her
brother, her father, her 6on, nor her fa
vorite cousin will see tho joko or aid in
establishing tho uarrator's reputation as
an agreeable man Also, tho person of
least mathematical mind will bo apt, in
presenco ot this kind of men, to put two
and two together and say "Today it is
Mrs. Choso, tomorrow it may be me,"
and so steer clear of so dangerous a wit.
When Dr. Holmes lias slain hij servant
with laughter he declares
"1 never since have dared to be ns
funny as I can." nnd it is a useful warn
ing to tunny m.'ii who may slay their
own social success with a bon mot.
Mrs. Fua.stc Lksub.
WH Mgj cr'"''"'xi,i'ini,ni.niiniii;iutTujjjiji.iuag
Formerly of HUFFMAN & RICHTER. 1039 o STREET.
Fret Work, Sgreens and Panels
CAHINKT WORK OP ALL KINDS TO ORDER.
Full Line of JJ RNTELS Always in Stock,
ARE .SHOWN IN Ol'R NEW WaREROOMH.
NEBRASKA CABINET WORKS,
COUNTERS AND WALL CASES. 1224-28 M Street.
Opened Jan, 1, '81. all Improvements
Ti:it.MH-f J M) TO tl III.
he Inttei 1 1. Ice lnclmte Until-
First-Class in Every Respect!
Iliiiiiliii'ti., Hull nn, l..pi,nH.
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tain liirirt'or xmnll icntlici lines nl HnmiiictH,
HiiIIm, Heeeptloii, Kto. Unto nml full Infor
mation ehturrilll) uiMiinttlK olllee.
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FAST MAIL ROUTE !
2 DAILY TRAINS 2
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CU, St. LouU ami all Points South,
East and Wet
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Wichita, Ilulchln-on and all p-i'iclpal
points in Knnas.
Theonh load to the Great Hot Sptings
of Arknns'a-. l'ullmau Sleepeis ail "ice
Reclining Chair Carp on nil tialu.
J. E. R. MILLAR, R V. ff MILLAR,
City Ticket Agt GsVI V-ni
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Notary Public and Real Estate Dealer in City and Farm Property
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North German-LloyfJ Steamship Co.,
1 Inmbiirg-Ainerican Packet Co., and Baltic Lines.
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imints, iiltii In Mnto, Connlj nml Clt Lerlllleil Claim, nml will nlwiijti pit) too highest
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L. MEYER, ioS North Tenth Street.
Nebraska's Leading Hotel.
Cor. Hth ami llnrnuy Sis ,
All Moiloru iiipiocmeuN nml
B, BILLOW AY, Pro-rietor.
UA HIQBY, Principal Clerk
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