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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 April 1896

. a i "-' ". Jf -y A' e'd,h1bl A ?S)ffti?33viaf gJfiTr I i "JH" Kavcraaajq a iw WE AND OUR NWGHfiORfri aidn? 6aioi9(i olafuoanirm edi d i trfmn.'l. fit r,:r -.jto hri -firtril Trtrui fn . After all Eleonora Date n6rdDrnlBgia-tB boo, tow BimrjerorTery- ajasoannon Chicago. TkegHarantanmajailBaiBW a' L nai rMM ant luif TIUl ITUHWIIK I IIMrV. I03 BQCB rtltl) (hll e Mt datiagker weeks nISl5fettPeai HWa u Tfet-ctets were tKsjbsciibjdiWacUbn: irWaiori?e tli,Jrti!r1oa inc I ; . E.BnB lA-VnB .IBV .K A mkBBrrnW-'VmHSBn' - ... k'UnAb - riAI.MA'M MM W.Ma M 'X. i.I.. .. ,, lertamj OPfW PnBJL ."'. W "iVm J"?!? in the their a neat diaaaafcrtawatoBaYenterc peo- pie. 8fTeraIKjkpfwqto decided to go to Chicago slaved there w. Oaeka that eke would appear Creigkton opera houee. It eke goes through to Saa Francisco eke way keep her date ia Osaka. The people wko kave not sees ker are is a panic for fear he may die before they do. Her health is poor and acting like ben is esttre eur dot ea3iijcou-.70-a';:a...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 April 1896

7-W"? dS2t.M.MMiiMM ... .- - relT iiuwiu u uis uuuituuau inwwi aviisu mi. LioiBiiCK uu gut iter, lueir TiMSoSlelfrlljbB-to S!f5Sil:JJ!sS'OTmluct is Clll I 9v6 11 911 0004Lr0000 fcV aran 'ZSZT' S. K3-. &-, Irt5 3-' e-y. tvt was once a UffFS o2? Wh?reB,ai1 Sheffield day laborsfiiAhaft, lp$p much. If America has to trade money for tttleajyihthajDBlkhAnd.tfcBQB i. the bsKaimbaf orJB bu JruljcA ican vaeMhnl iffsBomflhi knots thasrtlsl SgMHKne lessly enraged by it. An English wo- niAjfrrarifcinto rfetii t WML K WHIM II rfTfl tflsfaMlfltl r- v i ih w h UBR- INIVSMfl tnihtfrs E cs:tiojMft oflsWsMumixjsBoiviMtwiwaas PsVsf cmmwamm asnesf v AvsraJrVr wot ne nates KerreMH. aaiWrt- d tkL ppjaatetofi for-tfyeJx .ta. q&rup& bid JUMwnT.wiuca,rJianiiauirai ooptwaAugiiu.wiMi nsttcii,,.:,. vent it. Under these circumstances lsWgeTnunbcr'rof -VlnabkPUdicmal:iAlPta:l TwanbliW ai llao lough . to be 9UiS be nietty sure it would ti fie usual jl w uld have klia .a . . . - i i iae reaaing, swr I ...

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

pA viwv, .; iiiPit"" wji-suvsBiMWjST?: ;.-. --;5 gr5grr?P?'W'y?yT7 HSRSF? 2i ' - j - " iT v. -?- l - . - -. i r . 1 . . vs. Jr.. .v j-jIj w e-S m r -jiti" ' -? . ! c-y sft - k ." Lr'5 ". m . S. .?" WR,iW"24 ELEANOR'S LETTER J ED.A.uiicHita.- 9 ' ' A I& 2k.J My Dear 8: Your motherly letter re previag me for what you are pleased to call ay "wildae" has amused.me Tery suck. Do you kaow that you are very fuaaywhea you are serious? The idea of S'a veaturiag to teach' decorum! It ia eaoaghto malie eae choke. You re fer to tkat cocktail tkat I was fooliak eaeugh to tell you about, and intimate that ia doiag,experimefltally,what moat people do, habitually. I committed a car diaal aia. Siace when, my dear 8, have you grown ao etrait laced? But seriously, I think it ia shocking the way people are getting to drink io aoclety, aad tho the cocktail had to me aa eatirely unobjectionable taste, I do sot meaa to get in the babit of drink ing. I intend to continue to draw the liae at the decorou...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 April 1896

"' -yi " ww -Hjys'v -vtJ 1' 4 v"- '&. ". TMB OOUKIXK. -- -.v '- r M aaSSs"'; V t w 3 MU3IGAI, MENf iON f Josn Randolph "Car.nen" was given at the Funke its musk is so genuinely good, that I opera house on Thursday evening by the believe it will hold the board -when "Marie Tavary Grand Opera Company" much modern music has grown musty. It is perhaps not rash to say that upoa - that occaaion'even the seasoned habitue jjgt being, Hice Mies Anna Eva Pay, of the theatre received a wholly unex- aMahatma, fair or otherwise, I am un- pected sensation. The performance as aDie to be in two places at once. Con a whole was quite good, the "Mictela sequently I did not hear all the Easter of Mme. Tavary being consistent and services," but I am told that many of effective in a conventional way; the them were, from a musical point of other roles, "Don Jose." the bullfighter view, dignifled and successful. A spe- "Escamillo, the minor parts also, were rial word seems necessary in regard to accept...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 April 1896

WRiufl "3 "a -V ? - '-. ' - -.' JfJUJIOOD UUUh rPS ; . fe c p A'.siK Somethffi'gi 4m Ancestry nemuri. . . , eqnoizuaiy.U, grwafl 4M7ftttisiK 110K oJ riojnr,I .'. wiliRtU idl igvO PoJitiMyab?4l aSisenhalge -Jin. wlUtf wW itwllttB? fe& .un to set afaiioKAttWaWe church. ja North AtfhmfttoriaK. so often deal JOSJWei, " ."V J! 5? '" "" .. . .. . .r.J..rfi I liiiiiBiiii wJ&jiuaaiwiH rf?nLaHi4ii4&k?aU' lahatsslf-deflialiiaacaiB aseded MWiNAerri aawiHhw claiFdrt, pleasire, .laananaaasaiatieB a-wVraUhVwkTf1Wt4-Mattfbby de aWtiTsa pbaiaHHBBasi seek "-E1 raiK TjniT Rebuffs, iueiMe? dlHBiByJdicale. de- .waaiTf wJK reteatttteieter,Mtt!liiiiirtartieiS- )HiaH(nnoo28 ,biii?ii9U vimi3eeil cone. This-tlKth SMsfatf iwhaBiaJthsse patriotic B3ED. -u : 11: I : -SV A.urUtMnOaviid iUttat-UieIi I WrLiJl"' 1 BBre,H w" "f " nf.nnU cknrrk is Ralriun. encouraging. No y-,., -. .- - .. . rtflnnint t iwMt8"?. "' h WdOTiWVV -1 I"o iu li'iyll I fc "T "ifvl. -M l . I' JV1 Mfa9m xn!H?ltiV JbIbbjBjBjVjH-BB)...

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 April 1896

PG8rr-?"- TJ jgf tfjjf-Hf' K't S- 5. v h' THK COURIER. "r"3' ire HE - '-Y " . l.- F UIVIEEI. IP ' XSjglk DID YOU SAY 7 ggx II Ua kind or another, and there are many kinds of wheels, including, those in the head wheels good.bad and indifferent. :z kn J.nere are some wneeis bo muca oeiicr man a RIIT other wheels that they really belong in a class Lh ' Btupf TIiav an a olnea all Kv ttiamultfno They are good wheels the best CRCW has them nobody else in Lincoln has. If you are thinking of pur chasing anything in ine bicycle line you cannot afford to neglect calling on him. ' 1 6 1 fid V?4 Syracuse Overland t Magnet GEO. A. 6RANCER 1134 0 ST. Nothing in This World & so cheap as a newspaper, whether it be mpasured by the cost of its production or by itc value to the- consumer. We are tulking about an American, metropolitan, daily paper of the first class like THE CHICAGO RECORD. It's so cheap and so good you cant afford in this day of progress to be without it. There are other papers p...

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

f . 4 f i 3 sa?L" V "is -.,S "4fc wn5tS &; V-" Kvs THE COURIB1L FUNKE & OPERA IT. O. iS&EMIRUatG, Manager, Hoysi n ' ' y!" -," ! ? . : . -? t M LbBbW "" 4 iiSl BBBflaYiBBBBBBBB " BBBBU ' " BBBBBT bbbbb HaVhJBBBiBBBM BBBBt BBBt BBBBU BBBBBBBBBBa bbbBv'bbbB' ibibii bbbbb. - ' r-.-. t C- 4 -.";.- SHORE j m v - , . A SAUKBS a. . - ' ,5Pf?; feiv;- ?-. Sv . ,v; A domestic drama of real life Interpreted tsr - - , S .! f-ftC- ;' v?. - V - -i$i V! -.-!-. vsrv .-- , KRCHS. fcWfc And a. oomtietent v .. . -'. ' I "". 4 -' , . M i -i- a. - ..v 1" ' 5f - -- - f r,vvr- i ; . vPS2; .'' l ,y In Lvlrxoolia of James REGULAR -- u PRICES V . Time Reduced Qisrat K00 IslanS Route Ruastbeir Phillip' Pullman Excursion Canto 1 M AMr-lwt triM.. EamiBe m ttt we am awwly TVO HOURS tin tbaa any ether route Chicago ,Tfce PhUUfje excaraioBe are popular - Be kaa earned otbt 136,900 patroBain thepaaiWteea years, ac4 a ceatferta ble trip at aheap rate ia Kaaraoteed.aBd he faet tine sew wade pata the Fhill...

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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 April 1896

i s -; i? .,'-: r . ? r 'iv.' VOL 11. NO 15 ESTABLISHED IN 18SG PRICE FIVE CBNTS v, LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY. APRIL 18 I89G s - - -"VESC V- ENTERED IH THE POST OFFICE AT LINCOLN AS SECOND-CLASS MATTES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY piled the Ossa of ignominy in the ac companying glorification of the redolent Lindsey. Tbe great and good Mr. Gere trampled on while burly Bud Lindsey was raised to the shoulders of delegates and exploited in triumph! Was ever a good and great man treated thus? While we all feel for Mr. Gere the feeling is not of unmixed sorrow. As THE COURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING GO we read the Journal in these post-con- Office 217 North Elerenth St. tion da8 and note the independent air , now observable for the first timein its ed- Jelephorxe J84 itorial columns we are pleased to admit that at last good has come out of Naz- W. MORTON SMITH Editor and Manager ., , , ., ... ... .. SARAH B. HARRIS Associate Editor aretb; and our regret for the humiliation of the editor emeritus...

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 April 1896

THB COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE that Mr. Corbe'.t be repudiated by the ftm coming republican state convention. shining brass to reflect the light of the glaring sun and make him a dazzling spectacle. He is a plain man. In his mouth is no tongue of fire. From his throat there comes no tones of silver to beguile the sentimental populace, or make ujusic to seduce the populists The republicans of the--Mr. Strode has not blaztd hiB way from are democratic in their one end of the country to the other The republicans of the First congress ional district are not proud. They do not Bet themselves above the republicans of Lancaster county. They take what we give them. First district tastes. No hide bound prejudice ani mates tbem. They are not finicky. They take things as they come. The republi cans of Lancaster selected one particu larly lustrous citizen and agreed on him for delegate to the national republican convention....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 April 1896

THE COURIER. $& SCJ5? Cff..N m- he worked up Botne more glory in an at tempt to have one of the United States battleships named after Nebraska. Then he tackled the river and harbor bill and succeeded in persuading congress that 280,000 should betaken out of the treas ury and dumped into the Missouri river between Omaha and Council Bluffs. Mr. Mercer is a statesman, and The Courier is glad to assist the people of Omaha in whooping it up for the sanely-complex-ioned patriot. Omaha has taken hold of the Trans Mississippi exposition scheme with a determination that will probably be pro ductive of a successful result. Omaha isn't much on union depots, but it is great shakes when it comes to fairs.asany one knows who was fortunate enough to have been present at Governor Furnas' celebrated mixed show last autumn, when the Feast of Mohriamin was spread for the Knights of Ak-Sar Ben, and the city was illuminated from Fred Krug's brewery to the Coliseum, and the court ball shone with magn...

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 April 1896

THE COURIER. 2 weMMroeeveesTOTOM POINTS IN POLITICS R?MlS Tf&UUES. i or talked or written about doesn't amount to much. Whenever the voters of the town get ready to be decent and to conduct a decent city government we will have one. Until then we will bo rotten as we are now. Disease commonly comes on with slight symptoms, which when neg lected increase In extent and gradualy grow dangerous. If 70a suffer from headache, LtakeRIPanSTABULES I dyspepsia. I ur.T,""--AKERiPANSTABULES None of the newspapers told the whole truth about the Tecumseh convention Much of it was unfit for publication. L. L. Lindsey, of Lancaster, and Mr. Dovey. of Case, were selected as district delegates to the national republican convention. Compiomise didn't go at the republi can state convention. The four delegates' John L. Webster, Peter Jensen, Thomas P. Kennard and George H. Thummell, were instructed to vote for McKinley as long as his name is before the conven tion. The Lindsey episode continues to b...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 April 1896

THE COURIER. :.., MISS PENELOPE, OMAHA My Dear Eltanor: Did jou ever bap pen to see a little poem, the first line of which reads, "There is no crown in the world so good as patience." That is no doubt as perfectly true as it is exquis itely poetic, but it is equally true that there are a goodly uumber of uncrowned queens being shoved along the checker board of life, and I am one of them. I heard an irate ornament of high life eay: "I've a great mind to write a letter myself, and take down that Eleanor and Penelope they think they're so smart, and they are simply mean; jealous I suppose.' I looked at her, physically figured her up, and mentally ciphered her down, and concluded if she invited us out to a hand to hand combat, we better take to the woods, but if she sim ply meant to write a letter I have had rather a barren field to glean in since I wrote you last. Its very stupid of people not to do or be or have something interesting. I am quite con fident the supply of adjectives has...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 April 1896

TH1 COURIER. WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS HAGGNOW STRING A recent letter from Commander Ballington Both accuse General Booth of the profanity of attempting to divide North America into three sections with the division' lines running north and south. IleHtbe General had it ar ranged so that part of the recieptB from ttie American army were paid to the Canucks. Sow while we feel that the Canadians and the Mcx:cans are our dear Christian brothers, we also are con vinced that it is better for them to sup port their own armies. General Booth has not read the latest books on the dingers of pauperising the poor or if he have they have affected him to go and do the other thing. The movements, policy and discipline of the army were planoed and dictated in London. Ballington Booth was not allowed to adapt the rules and policy to the situation and to emergencies in thie country. When General Booth visited bis son lie showed that he was much displeased; he criticised Amei'ca and Americans, especially t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 April 1896

THX COURIER. f 3 t : - V- '. 5- -f. IH - - UV - " I I' contract aside. A gleam of light shines through the darkness. Mr. Charles Bancroft Dil lingham, now with Mies Nethersole, may be selected as Mr. Mansfield's man ager. If be Bhould accept the position and. he has already signified his wil lingness to do bo the great American actor will be Been in a new light a scries of lights caat upon him from many dif ferent directions, the illumination be ing under Mr. Dillingham's personal su pervision. Chicago Tribune. The Tavary Opera company played to a more slender amlienco in Omaha than in Lincoln but it was just as wildly en thusiastic over the Carmen of Mme. Dorre. All this young woman needs is a large enough audience to be famous She has ability and the press notices Bhow that she plays as well when her au dience is small as when it is larger. She has the conscience of greatness a con science that never allows its servant to act unworthily. Her method is bb ar tistic and thoroughgoin...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 April 1896

THE COURIER. Spring The spring comes linking and jinking through the woods, Opening wi' gentle band the bonnte green and yellow buds There's flowers and showers, and sweet songs o' little bird, And the gowan wi' his red croon peeping thro" the yird. The hail come rattling and brattling sne'.I an' keen, Dandtng and blanding, though red 6et the sun at e'en; In bonnet and wee loof the weans kep and look for raair, Dancing thro'ther wi' the white pearls shining in their hair. We meet wi' blythetome an" kythesome cheerie weans, Daffing and laughing far a-doon the leafy lunes, Wi' gowans and buttercups busking the thorny wands. Sweetly singing wi' the flower branch waring in their hands. 'Boon a' that's in thee, to win me, Bunny Spring! Bricht clouds and green buds, and 6ongs that the birdies sing; Flower-dappled hill-side and dewy beech are fresh at e'en; Or the tappie-toone fir-tree shining a' in green Bairnies, bring treasure and pleasure mair to me. Stealing and spelling up to fondle ...

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

TH1 COURIER. trccrrcccccc-a ELEANOR'S LETTER I wmmmmsmsmmmsm a -a kOk I fc IV i ' f oyooojo Hf)4firC'0ircr9 My clear S:-I was so disappointed at not being able to go to the Lincoln club party. At almost the last minute Mr. who was to take me notified me that "business of an urgent nature absolutely compelled him to forego the pleasure of taking me to the ball." Rather an unceremonious letting down, wasnt it? So I stayed home, and I learn that a great many people stayed home. The storm kept many away. Spring parties hare a weary air, and I am told there was scarcely any gayety at this party. It was not very large, and the people did not seem to care much about dancing. One of the young unmarried men who was at the Lincoln club dance tells me that Miss Hallio Hooper was a vision of loveliness. I think I havo told you that she was about the only girl in the city or I should say in society, who observed Lent, and this was her first appearance after the forty days. She always looks well,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 April 1896

THE COURIER. . supply of available material of both sexes. Perhaps the girls have tired of the home product, and pine for some thing new. Or maybe the youug men are waiting for more visiting girls. If you think there is a scarcity of mar riageable men, just run down the list with me. I will begin at the top, with the brace of touch-me-nots, Col. Wilson and Tom Ewing. Surely these are foemen worthy of feminine steel. The fact that they have been impregnable up to aateis no sign that they may not be won yet. Look at the deacon's one hoss shay. It held together a long time, but it had to suc cumb at last. Then there are the belligerent bache lors Frank Zehrung and Charley Ma goon. They both have an educated taste. One has a white and gold opera house, ample leisure, and a str iking wardrobe and Jack says the other has a constantly increasing law practice. Frank Zehrung has been indulging in a sort of guerilla warfare a long time. It is reported that ho has made a big im pression many 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. — 18 April 1896

THX COURIER. 1W94&T&TTW4T4WCiM $300. Gormuliy & Jeffrey, through their agent Mr. E. R. Guthrie, announce their offer of $300 in gold to the rider having the greatest mileage to his credit on a Rambler with G & J tires from April 1st to Dec 1st 1896; also $200 in gold to the rider having the greatest mileage to his credit on any bicycle withG. & J. tires. JE. R. OUIMSLRIE lSO O St. 1 -w. The Volunteers' First Song. (The first number of the Volunteer Ga zette, Ballington Booth's official organ, contains this the first original song of the new organization: "Who'll be One?") Jesus lores a volunteer, Who'll be one? Who'll be one? Willing feet, with heart sincere. Is there none? Is there none? Faithful soldiers He doih need, Brave and true. Brave and true. Loyal both in word and deed, Why not you? Why not you? Calling now His ranks to fill, Heed the cry! Heed the cry! Yielding, answer "Yes, I will," Here am I! Here am I! Vict'ries on the banners wait. Yes, 'tis so! Ye...

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

ri -i. mTm THE COURIER. F. C. ZBHKUNG Mgr. '"t1 ROBOT .-fXfc&r. ED. A. CHURCH, Manager. it 11 121 Mftii -WSf---'' ' --3?l J& '". 5'l '.--- t& ,i3 ' ? ?- 9ft r C V i -Fojti.l NEW YORK SPECIALTY -. . -r '-? "8 ' JtH- : Introducing the premier of Vaudeville favorites, -' -t with a complete change of program each evening. Challenge band and orchestra. GENERAL ADMISSION 10 6 Time Reduced Qreat Rock Island Route JRuds their Pbillips' Pullman Excursion Cars to I 1100 DOLLARS REWARD $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at leas one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to .he medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatement. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, cting adirectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disea se, and giving the...

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 April 1896

r- 3 r o '.-"r s.v"l5- j-g- t "Zqt-fr -p "X J -$ VOL 11. NO 17 &STABLISHBD IN 18S6 PRICE FIVE OBNTb .- 0tm LINCOLN NBB., SATURDAY. APRIL 25 1896 v'mc's EXTESED IN THE KM OFFICE AT LIXCOLX AS SECOND-CLASS MATTES PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY BT IK COURIER PRINTIIG AND NiLISIIK 68 Office 217 North Elerenth St. Telephone 384 W. MORTON SMITH Editor and Manager SARAH 8. HARRIS AaaocUte Editor Subscription 'Rates In Advance. Per annum . 12.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 One month 20 Single copies 5 OBSERVATIONS I Mr. Metcalfe, the interesting political writer of the World-Herald, comes very dutifully to the rescue of Lorenzo Crounse. It will be remembered that the wife of the handsome proprietor of the World -Herald is the. daughter of the tiresome patriarch who, in the inter regnum between James Eclipsed Boyd's departure from and Silas Adipose Hol comb's entry into the gubernatorial office of this state, managed to make of him self an executive spectacle of consider able and ridiculou...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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