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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

WrlvS ifi? -T-A' :&vK y?. r " '? '' , r : -V rs- V5 '", i? ; THB COURIER. 9999ww ST1KE I 3f HURRIES WTTT JNOP ;..- WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS i&tfSESfSs&afe BlfflftftaidBft R grfrr4rffccc9?2 5 $ t '' - j iv It T It fr lc IJ" I u SILO AM. By cool Sllom'B shady rill How fair the Illy grows! How sweet the breath beneath the hill Of Sharon's dewy rose. Lo! Such the child whose early feet The paths of peace have trod. Whose secret heart with Influence sweet, Is upward drawn to God. By cool Slloam'a shady rill The lily must decay; The rose that blooms beneath the hill Must shortly fade away. And soon, too soon, the wintry hour. Of man's maturer age, May shake the soul with sorrow's power, And stormy passion's rage. Oh Thou, who gives t life and breath, We seek thy grace alone, la childhood, manhood, age and death, To keep us still thine own. -This hymn, written by Bishop Heber, has a perfume as refreshing, a melody as entrancing now as it had eighty tour years ago, when It was writt...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

iZiy' t, -. -i-: a ., A c THBCOUKIX1. "i -HrfcV n- Tf L-.- --. pi r ,e ' : sac's t -' S.'fev &fr- Kfe. r-s i nlng. The Interest at the first Is cen tered upon a mystery which' we are led to hope he is going to reveal. He does not, but substitutes a more absorbing subject with a skill I cannot sufficiently admire. The "Tristram and Iseult" of Mathew Arnold Is exquisite poetry and the form Is flawless. Something in the quick turn from the blood-curdling eye to Abraham Lincoln reminded me of Mathew Arnold's long poem. Tristram Is dying and there Is passion and heart break and pain to madness, when sud denly the verse shifts to another part of the castle where the children are sleeping. Pull on their window the moon's ray Makes their chamber as bright as day. It shines upon the blank, white walls, And on the snowy pillow falls. And on two angel heads doth play Turn'd to each other the eyes closed. The lashes on the cheek reposed. Round each sweet brow the cap close set Hardly lets p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

TV . ,i; 'FS? '' vSH.1-' - ? '"-v- w . N THK COURIER. .? - S I- THE LINCOLN LIFE iCSS'N -?. 7 ,1. -- : JU '. - Sfl Kai5 4 u & i e: t . Tft OCCUPIES MroDLE GROUND BETWEEN THE "OLD LINE" OR OLD FASHIONED LIFE COMPANIES AND "AFTER DEATH A88E8MENT" OB CBIDlT&TFOElflS. 11 ISfctlfc A CLEAN PLAIN. -POLICY ON THE FIVE YEAR DISTRIBUTION AND FIFTESEN YEAR SELF SUSTAINING PLANS -. - '? j For fail information apply to W. R Proctor, Sec'y at home office room 3o4-f-6-7, Farmers and. Merchants Insurance block or toFrodS Clinoon or Allien S. Grain, af3i3ril a? 3 a 03, Dr. Giffen -was in Notre Dame lnd., tUm week. E. E. Mclntyre of Seward was in tewa this week. Dr. Ruth M. Wood went to Leaven worth, Kas Thursday. Mia May Mount of Omaha is the, tfvest of Miss Maud Oakley. G. H. Cunningham has returned from a two weeks' visit ia Denver. Miss Leeds of Lincoln, 111., is the meat of Mrs. W. B. Gosper. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Wilkinson have returned from the Black Hills. Myron 8. Wheeler and wife have ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

-jaajii . " i - n iiT. Mii mi uMim'i ii" ' . TvvixVVf THS COUXIEK. - --i- I i I J i '.Ft- V- ws a a i a 6 t i a i i i ELEANOR'S LETTER rTTTnxn ? ? ? $ Henrietta Hollowbush gave a Cupid party on last Saturday evening." Cu pid hung: In the dining room his fa vorite apartment the guests had tiny bows and arrows and shot at his heart. Grace Oakley pierced the right ventricle and was rewarded by the prize of a silver locket heart shaped. Ernie Haughton cleft Cupid's heart this was a painted one and re ceived a silver heart also. Harry Lan sing's arrow scarcely struck the side of the room that Cupid was posed on nd ahe drew abox of candied hearts so Grace really took three prizes home. Ernie Haughton has gone to visit his mother. He will remain away for the rest of the summer. Last Friday night Mae Burr had a gossip party. The gossip was Iced and served in courses on the porch. Have you noticed the letters signed Gladys and Diana and Bridget that have been appearing in one of the Lincoln ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

V"3i kn T-- '-i .-J i V A, iV -? "-vvjsr .SfcfsS: vtf THE COUKIKK. !W 4n THE 60ST OF AN ESCAPADE Vil t II v. ; i IS'- inc. 13- IJa y3 Ob, I should love to go, but I'm afraid. It would be so drsadf nl if any one found it out!" "But why should they? Besides, every body goes to music halls nowadays; and then in Paris, you know" "Yes; but it depends whom they go with, doesn't it?" and Mrs. Linton f lanced mischievously at her compan ion. He laughed in a self embarrased, haK-flattere-1 way. "You're not com plimentary, at any rate; but do make up your mind and asy when you will come." She hesitated a moment "I con't know. It's all wrong of course; but I do so want to go! Hush! here is Pa illip. ni write to you." At this moment Mr. Linton joined them, and after a few general remarks, Dick Redmayne bowed good-night and strolled of into the court-yard of the hotel to drink his coffee in the open. MWU1 she come, I wonder?" he asked himself, as he sipped bis cbaase-cafe, and let his eyes wande...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

2i5-.T" Tr.Ft Ef S . s .--ir: --'Vfeayefvttssr ?w T-tS&.J ' - " S$V2 -,-r - ' . THB cbunimiL "t . -. t- - ' , sx-- 83- -" ?- r . t r- r-v POINTS IN POLITICS ' if Many counties ave been dilatory In holding: their conventions this year, and it has been difficult on that ac count to make anything, like a satis factory estimate of the work of the republican state convention. A num ber of Important counties will not hold their conventions till next week, and in some instences the county conven tion will be held only two or three days before the state 'coaveBtioa. Bat this week there has been" a -decide lining: up of the ranks, and It is. pos sible to look ahead to the proceedings of the state convention with some' In telligence. At the outset "Jack" MacColl will be one of three leading candidates, but he will lack considerable of a suf ficient number of votes to nominate, and he will be the kind of -a candi date who will lose instead of gain when the balloting begins. The only Increa...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

" ."'! I' M Ifi W9H I " ? i." IKI- -v fcl F lata s i r I 5 !- i;- --i - V It V p: J& i I' f KS. a 155 W lie K 4 1 fVJ -s- M -". ' irr-'-Ti a- -. -- 3S: swpb?: ' t.lH'C' -v THI COURIER. V -4f -& -sj - - --;'"''' f v " - " - ' Ar "-- - :-; -r . -,- WAffF0R. THi b- jS" I ter V v i: . -... ..-."-, - . ' , ji' - v-y .$' 5 S & -" M i- J. J 1 .-. J- . i ' PKYIE .ttfSTOft S10RX t .It-... - " r I -j fS V i". "' - - H -. .nL' t'1" "Vv -.. ft ''-'v " ..', ' J ' . 'J5- t; .,'"t?i IN l M b f T ifi-'Ji'-i - ' H ' ' . .'- .J,- DURIIR fe- i- iJTJ'O - . i '-i :Itill "tt-v ;T- 1- ' O !. :- -' tof ctM&.Mqr POPULAR TONSOSIAL ARTIRT. vh has lKutliwbarikit :ckk,tx,adIed-TV ' at U7 North ThirtoMtk jiM mrr f4r nr , in aad for Laacaater county, ta aa actios wherein L. B. Leach is plaintiff, and Dewitt C.Moeher, et al., defendants, I wil!, at 2 o'clock p. m . , on the 9th day of Jane, A. D., 1896, at the east door of the court house, In the city of Lincoln. Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer f...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

r -- Pc c-?,c. "Wftrtfc-f 'yac""3"?" J VOL11.N,.025. - H ( .-ESTABLISHED IN 1986 Ks-srv PRICE FIVR CBNTh -is. v . vri y S . " ' t SSI JoJBzsbbaX SMiJr.rLx - LINCOLN NBB., SATURDAY. JUXB27IJK6 nmrar wncaATinKur linCMIXLiHIUl PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATUBDAT ik cmiek raiimiK Ait miunii ei OaV 217 North Eteveata. St. Jelephone 384 - W.MOBTON SMITH Editor ud Miwh SABaHB. HABSI8 wrists Edflst Subscription Rate! AdmiM. Fwaanam t.0 SixmoBths 100 TkrM months Oae month 90 Sacteoopiea 6 t a eeeeco88 OBSERVATIONS f eeoaaoiM What is the standard of manhood In this state of Nebraska, where the fresh breexes blowoverthe rolling prai ries? Is It above or below the average of other western states? Is It so low . that a leer, a grin, a handshake, an obscene Jest, a maudlin tale, a bar room vpopularlty is made the measure of. eminence? Usually a great party selects for Its greatest offices its greatest men. Is It a fact that grinning "Jack" MacColl is the greatest man In the republican party in this state? A...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

&tt?m&-Fz --VFl A""jF 'l..- ,v ' i NJ "-? J .' V" . . tf - HfVJ!wl ' '- r V- i- -yif? "'? THE COURIER. M i 4 ? Iti 1 i; ! ft 15 1 It V- . - - r i- j- Hiffett of tU k T MTwhf Pow Utwt C7.S. Govt Report AmtmumMX pymm people look to McKiniey as their leader In this emergency? His past record an swers no! B't tte man thus, uplifted to the leaaeralilp has many personal quali ties' wnicn inqrougniy-Tii nira lor me high type, beyond reproach both fn his domestio and political affairs. He Is thoroughly American, and in every way worthy of the honor that has came to him, whether he be regarded as a good citizen or as the representa tive of a great principle. ;gaf'f.rUsUorwhich'he iBjl&Mljail 3-gJSfcggu He;ta a practical man of affairs. .His AJtew us then to cherish the hope JntelfetiMdpowefsadbuMedlr!Jthaf wader his guidance our nation atry may rapidly move j J f 'equal 4e any task Ukeiy to be-trafsed' the wkc ' ' - ' t , v rJ the trkole country may rapidly . ' . 1 election to co...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

'r -c- r..' v. V - , -T S .-- -, j-ss" "y-- THI COURIER. VW?OuSflE.K.R 5 CO vcxvo THE WORfoD. 01; SPORT g.,pu&. "' "- '- - jpjjjffgpiggjjmipyy grxrorooo cu 10 3 r : r? 5iS lH cccyo JP S'-T;. - te. - With the disbanding of Parson DavIeV "Wicklow Postman" company John I. Sullivan bade farewell to the stage. For the past six months the ex-champlon, In every section of the .country, has enlivened each perform ance with a three-round bout with Paddy Ryan, after the falling of the curtain on the play proper. Five nights oul of six, however, the ex-champlon .of the world "has been so much under the Influence of liquor that the bout "has ben' little more than a farce, calcu lated to bring out groans, hisses nd ironical ejaculations from the audience rather than applause. Between high eating, high drinking and lack of ex ercise, the "big man!' has taken on flesh to such an extent that he now finds it necessary to abandon even his apology for boxing. What he will now do for a living he do...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

U rol iry UH l1 I if lJ s" 1 ? r && ?" '. . ? tTr - J- r -1 n s- - ."- t 3 " V&W THE COURIER. 'wtmmmmmammmtmmmmmmamammmmmmmmmmmmmmmesmmKmBmamBmKiaKaaBtammmmmammmmam S1500MPR1 ti L " rcureiiva, isivimuii - n. - w g f K . gH , .-' :!- raxe Meet Lincoln, Neb. July 3-4, 1896. I r S . 1 -.-.? I I-V :! J i -r ; : 1 Fastest Men in the West will be Present REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. haber and Kurphy are not likely to " meet again- The state meet of the Nebraska dl vis km of the L. A. W., which will be held In this city, at the M street bi cycle park, July3 and 4, will be one of .the biggest wheel events ever held In 'this section of the country. There will be fLSM In prises, and ten races each 4ay. Local wheelmen say that some exceptionally fast time will be made. Hackett, the Kansas rider who is prac ticing, m this city for the. race, rode a mile in 2.-S9. paced, Saturday. There will be wheelmen present from all over the west. That much talked of Corbett-Sharkey fight was ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

- 1., ir t .V TIfK COURIER. . f JOE, JAGK AND MACK g HERE ARB SOME "- The stillness of the wee sma hours reigned in the hotel. The night rev ellers had long since vanished In the outer darkness. The garrulous poli ticians had just put away their never ending schemes and sought a few hours' repose At the clerk's desk the lights kept up a show of the earlier evening's br lllancy. The clerk,, fresh from a day's sleep, was the only brisk, animated object -visible. The lobby was gloomy and deserted. The cor ridors at long intervals echoed with the sound of the porter's dragging footsteps. It was like a banquet hall deserted. It was like a theatre after the players and audience had vanished. The. familiar spirits that flit about the lobby of the LIndell hotel In the day and in the early evening would scarcely have recognized the place. Silence, vast and solemn, settled down with an increasing intensity. The night clerk put his feet on the desk and turned to chapter XIX of his favorite nov...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

.v.jjtJ IT ? c- 'V- -', f r v, . '? 'Ar"""- v -k T- - . --r s. , s i & THS COURIER. l?r, TO BUSINESS WEN. We have for rent a centrally located BRICK BLOCK IN IJNCOLN. IMWM FYHUICf HIMUl HH LINCOLN, NEB. ww WB AND OUR NEIGHBORS. T M. RAYMOND, A. J. SAWYER President. Vicee President 8. H. BURXEAM. D. G. WING Rubier. AMitnt Caibirr CAPITAL, $250,000 SURPLUS $25 000 Us VlJ Complete modern conveniences: will lease entire building or part of it VERY DESIRABLE FOR EITHER "iTfTig Ltek jrfttv. jryw lr IS- !! fr . - i i f it. SS r rv I- 4 r (. r r & r- 6 ft. Jk -L7 C . I?" Gibson has a new girl. She is Eng lish, has a small mouth, and wears darker clothes than his American type. If she Is not so chic, she Is less self conscious and, therefore, more attrac tive. She Is conscious of neither pose, costume nor figure. His new type has repose, simplicity, honesty. The how beautiful I am and how stylish of his American girl has gone, let us hope, forever. In looking over Richard Harding Dav...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

" ", b-jcr 4 1. f. ' THK COURIER. '"J ' 3 ST.. fc work though these may have been re produced by that process. Alfred Brennan, the artist, has read about "Phroso" before drawing her picture and bo far has made no mistakes. Anthony Hope's "Phroso" is lovelier than the princess of Zenda. Her eyes are violet, her hair is yellow and her figure is Greek. Anthony Hope does not exert himself when he portrays masculine, heroes. He endows them, with courage, chivalry, honor, high birth and a love of adventure as a matter of course Just as a painter of proscenium curtains gives George Washington top-boots, a buff coat and a cocked hat. It Is Anthony Hope's way of making a hero. Lord Charles Wheattey is not differentiated from the sham king In "The Prisoner of Zenda" by any mental characteristics They are both men of honor, brave, faithful, and chivalrous. Only, Rudolph, the king of a day or so, has red hair and the nose of the line from which he. sprung by mistake. At the beginning of both st...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

-m v-- --- Jv THS COURIEM. 4 ji I - 4 ' ! ? "X n " - IX -;- ft fe lit gv - 2 A THE MAC COLL BOOM t I Said a leading Sixth district republi can to The Courier yesterday: "Tea, some of are coming down to Lincoln to vote for 'Jack' for governor. But -we are not enthusiastic, not anything like as enthusiastic as we were fifteen years ago, when 'Jack's' boom was young and new. In those days the, county was sparsely settled, and we did not see each other often, and to have a candidate for something we didn't care much what was about all we wanted and afforded us amusement and recreation. Any ordinary fellow who could shake hands with the boys, set 'em up occasionally, and tell a good yarn could have a following for any thing he wanted. But we are older now, and the things that used to at tract us attract us no longer.- -Nevertheless, we will be. In Lincoln July 1. and we will have the. old, dilapidated boom with us. We will not look as cheerful as we would like to, but we will be as hopef...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

- J" ' ir WJ$r.i i.fjr.ilf " vr k v,j ". Kft &.- it; " Br THB COURIER. Mias Let Trig. Mrs. H. 8. Town tad C. O. Cone, aang quite sympathetically and beautifully "Oh, Wert Thou In the Cold Blast" Mrs. Anna B. Winchester read a neat little poem, to which an appropriate prose preface was attached. The brightest number was the prophesy given by Mrs. Llndley. It was filled with merry witticisms. Miss Maria H. LUUbrldge cave the charge to the graduates, after which all 'joined la singing a song whose words had been written by Q. J. yil cox. The incoming president, Miss Mary Watson, was introduced and made a few remarks. After the program an Informal re ception to the graduates was held. mm a t a i a t a t a t a t a t ELEANOR'S LETTER VTTTTTT1S ? ? ? S 9 Dear Penelope: I miss your letters very much and am sorry you concluded not to. write any more this summer. In a small way, Lincoln society is ac tive enough to receive comment. If it were not for the tonic effect that visitors have on...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

Sip THE COURIER. I P Ev . s fcf- If s. r . Pit If. I l&. F MaudMulIef Maud Mailer on a summer'a day. Mounted her wheel and rode away Bnutk her blue cap glowed a wealth Of large red freckles and first-rate health, SiagiBf, ahe rode, and bet merry glee - Frightened the sparrowfrom his tree. Bat when ahe waa several miles from tews, Upba the hill slope, coasting down, The sweet song died, and a vague ua, rest And a sort ot terror filled her breast A fear that she hardly dared to own, For what if her wheel ahouid strike a stoae! The Jadge scorched swiftly down' the'. road Jaat thea she heard bis tire explode! . He carried his wheel into the shade Ot the apple tree to await the maid. And he asked her if ahe would kindly loan Her pump to him, as he'd lost his own. She left her wheel with a sprightly jamp, And is leas than a jiffy produced her pump. And she blashed as she gave it, looking dews At her feet, -once hid by a trailing gown. Thea said the Judge, as he pumped way, "-Tis Tsry ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

--"rtirC f& r$ -; s. '! . , t-r Tire cdtJRriiL ' 1" . J - WH Y KOOD mFrrW hm-m 1 I cELl g& V 7 ggh I UKUWHItd I a- fi ' - -a . - 7? Esther was very late. Ihe clock in the tower opposite had sputtered eleven strokes in the frosty air, and still Esther did not come. Nor did Martin How ard, who had promised to look in for a smoke on his way home. It is one of my principles that relatives should never stay in the same house. But Esther, becoming more prosperous, was moving into a more commodious flat, and was spending the interregnum of carpenters,' white washers 'and paper bangers with me. The clock had struck Of course, he might have been a high way man; and, on the other hand liullo, Martin! Come in." "I beg your pardon,' said Martin, halting in the doorway? "J thought .you vera alone." -."All right," I said, "X waa .expecting, you. You know my. sister. We were just discussing the possibility' "George, don't" said Esther under her hrnath. . . '"The possibility,? XI continued,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 June 1896

i&S-Vijf "WWW iSffca?1" '9&r!3K2' :r s&jr&- , - t " - o , '- "-' a - a &-- - "i" - -Jy - It' - -2 i THI COURIEft. j ., ; XHE LINCOLN LIFT JC83N l;. I1' t 2- P fc OCCUPIES MIDDLE GROUND BETWEEN THE "OLD LINE" OB OLD FASHIONED LIFE COMPANIES AND "AFTER DEATH & , ; ASSESSIIENOTOR CREDIT SYSTEMS. ITI83UE3 A CLEAN PLAIN -' POLICY ON THE FIVE YEAR DISTRIBUTION AND FIFTEEN -,. ,; 3v YEAR SELF SUSTAINING PLANS - -. --V SSC ' c . . , v For fall information apply to W. R. Proctor, Sec'y at home of f ice rooms '3o4-ft-6-7, Farmers and Merchants Insarance block or to Fred S. Clinton or Aliens. Green, general agents. SuQsfyifye uill mae your tyome trappy if you use our Sunshine Whxnt. The are our leading brands: SUNSHINE BON TON. Ask your grocer for either of these, and the Clouds Will All Roll By when you bake your bread. The buy a mc gfour celebrated Wfl&flittl$t a most delicious and wholesome Breakfast Food. Made from choice selected wheat. Contains the sweetest an...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

VOL 11. N 0 2C ESTABLISHED IN 1886 . .PRICE-FIVE CBNJb .--. ,'rif J4rs v-?-'- r LINCOLN NBH.. SATUIIA. JU1Y4IKG ''MFTiipyyrr.. BmmXO IN THS POST OITICB AT X.TMCOUI AS saCOKO-CLASS M ATTBB PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY M MR PAINTING AND P0BLI81IN6 CO Office 217 North Eletenth St. Jelephorxe 384 W. MORTON SMITH Editor and Manamr SARAH B. HARRIS AMOcUta Editor Subscription Bates In Advance. Per annum 12.00 Six months 1-00 Three months M One month 20 Single copies 1 OBSERVATIONS 1 Judge Cunningham R. Scott of Omaha disapproves of the platform adopted by Ihe republican convention in St. Louis, and he makes a plat form himself. It Is a pretty small plat form, but Judge Scott can stand on it without any difficulty, for the judge Is a rather small man. Rev. E. H. Chapin, of the Univer salist church. .preached his farewell sermon last Sunday. It may or may not be significant that the pastors of three prominent city churches have resigned within the last year. Mr. Chapin has been a faithful pastor...

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