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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 19 May 1894

M THE COURIER HOT SPRINGS, S. D. Minnekahta (Hot) Springs, S. D., is five years old. Tho rheumatic ranchman of early days, or tho cowboy who first took a run this was to soothe tho exasperation of tho "Texas itch," took his bath in an Indian tub hewn out of stone in the shape of a moccasin. This ure-seekere and recreation "fiends,'' who fill up hotels, exhaust livery barns, tramp over the mountains, through the glens, explore tho cavernB, swim in tho magnificent plunge bath, from morn till night, and wind up the day by "tripping tho light fantastic" till midnight. True, tho rheumatics who take the baths are soon limbered up, and participate in the recreations of the pleasure-seekers, and none among the throng are so grateful as these to "Mother Earth" for her tub was the nucleus of a little thermal town of tepees, which soon meltedj'awayi before a claim cabin; and this claim cabin, constituting to itself what might bo called the old quarter, has been put on wheels and unceremoniousl...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 19 May 1894

THE COURIER 15 A i Lv THE QUEEN OF THE BALfoET. The Biography of a Tender Coryphee. Mile. Alio Sameo was tho Queen of tho Ballot. Sho was fair and young (onco), and intensely human. Yes, Mllo Samee was human. One could tell that almost at a glanco. Sho was born of poor but dishonest parents at Rouen, and it was owing to this early intluenco that she becamothc grand old ruin sho was. Sho danced first to tho tuno of a slipper in the hands of her mere. Here mere was a teaser. Her pere breathed for living. It was a grind, of course, breathing every day, every hour, every minute breathing, year in and year out but he stuck to it right on up to tho day of his death. When yet a giddy young thing of forty-seven summers, Mile. Samee ran away with a very wealthy artist from the Quartier Latin, Paris. That is, tho artist ran, and sho ran after him. She wanted alimony, or something of that sort. She got nothing but a bad cold in her upper register. Tho artist compromised by painting her picture...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 19 May 1894

THE COURIER 15 A i s 0 THE QUEEN OF THE BALIdBT. The Biography of a Tender Coryphee. Mile. Alio Sameo was tho Queen of tho Ballet. Sho was fair and young (onco), and intensely human. Yes, MUo Sameo was human. Ono could tell that almost at a glanco. Sho was born of poor but dishonest parents at Rouen, and it was owing to this early intlucnco that sho became the grand old ruin sho was. Sho danced first to tho tuno of a slipper in the hands of her mere. Here mere was a teaser. Her pere breathed for living. It was a grind, of course, breathing every day, every hour, every minute breathing, year in and year out but ho stuck to it right on up to tho day of his death. When yet a giddy young thing of forty-Beven summers, Mile. Sameo ran away with a very wealthy artist from the Quartier Latin, Paris. That is, tho artist ran, and sho ran after him. Sho wanted alimony, or something of that sort. She got nothing but a bad cold in her upper register. Tho artist compromised by painting her pictur...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 19 May 1894

1G THE COURIER At Deatff s Door Blood Poisoned After Ty phoid Fever A Marvelous Cure by Hood's After At! Else Failod. "C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Dear Sirs: Twenty-five years' ago I had a bilious fever, an.l later it turned Into typholl fever, and for Ave weeks I lay like one dead, but at last I pulled through and got up around. I soon discovered on my left leg Just above tho knee a small brown siot about as big as a three centilecc, which puffed up but did not hurt mo or feel sore. I did not pay any attention to It until two years after, when it commenced to spread and have the appearanco of a ring worm. It Itched and burned and I commenced doctor ing, but to no avail. I Cot Only Momentary Relief, And sometimes not even that. I could not sV?ep nights, and on account of the Itching I scratched the spot until the blood would run. In hot weather my elbows and all my Joints were Just the same, and what I liave suffered I cannot de scribe with a en. Last February I tried an ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 19 May 1894

THE COURIER 17 A i WHY? Tute of "Royal Ruby Port Wtoe" and you will know why we call it "Royal." A glass held up to the light will show why we call it Ruby. $500 reward for any bottle of this wine found under five years old, or in any way adulterated. It la grand In sickness and convalescence, or where a strengthening cordial is required; recommended by druggists and physi cians. Be sure you get "Royal Ruby," don't let dealers impose on you with some thing "justas good." Sold only in bottles; price, quarts f 1, pints 60 cts, Bottled by Royal Wine Co. Sold by 11th and O Sts. Extract From the Kules or the Water De partment. Water rent shall bo duo and payablo in advance semi-annually, May 15 and Novem ber 15. If not paid by the above dates ono dollar lino for shutting of! and 10 per cent of tho bill may bo charged. J. W. Pkrcival, Water Commissioner. Honiesepkem Kxcurslon One Fare Tor the Jtouml Trip. Toll your friends in tho east that on May 29 tho Burlington routo will sell round tr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 19 May 1894

vtzzz -y THE COURIER Children ," must have proper nourishment during growth, or they will not develop uniformly. They find the food they need in Scott's Emulsion There is Cod-liver Oil for healthy flesh and hy pophosphites of lime and soda for bone material. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Thin Children are not known among those who take SCOTT'S EMUL SION. Babies grow fat and chubby on it, and are good natured because they are well. Prepared by Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Druggists sell It Storage B. F. VancII, Prop. Capital Storage Co., warehouse 619-023 South 20th St Goods of all kinds packed, moved, shipped or stored, stoves a specialty. An order left at Hardy Furniture Co., 211 South 11th street, or Rudge & Morris Co., 1118-1122 N street, will be promptly attended to. Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs .coal at the Whitebreast. For St. Louis take the Missouri Pacific route. City ticket office 1201 O street. For California take the M...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 19 May 1894

THE COURIER K S A. B. COFFROTH ATTORNCY-AT-LAW, BILLINOSLCY BLOCK. Notice to Xon-Reildent Defendant. In the district court of Lancaster count:, Ne braska. To Leandor Elliott. Minnie Elliott. Gilbert M. Barnes, Hattio 11. Barnes and Durrell 4 Leiglity. You arc hereby notified that ou the 23d day of March, 1MU, Do La Green, plaintiff herein, filed his petition in the district court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, against Leandcr Elliott, Minnie Elliott, 'amea Clisbe, Francis N. Gibson, Jesse Davis, Ben .Turner, Gilbert M. Barnes, Hattio U. Barnes, Dur rell 4 Leiglity, Western Investment company,.!!. J. Hall it Brother William M. Clark, Nelson C. Brock, Jesse V. Bell and Annio Bell, defendants, the object and prayer of which are to foreclose a certain mortgage executed on the 9th day of December. 18S9, by Lennder Elliott and Minnlo Elliott to the. Lombard Investment company oil lot numbered eight 8 in block numbered two 12 in Muir's addition to J. O. Young's East Lincoln, in Lancaster c...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 19 May 1894

v- -rf $ Vfc v" "Tj-5r-""rf ' -,if!W " r- -A 5 -n, :f- - , - I I. fmj Sls' I AMERICAN EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANKl) U. A fashionable Lincoln, neb. 'ijl "A k. StVleS Of 8 I. M. RAYMOND. D. E. THOMPSON. 4 V J Q President. Vice President. A . footwear o g. h. burnham. d-.g. wing. Iff "11 HBBflk , H Gashler. Assistant Gashler. Ill ll. always can be g o. f. funke. r- lmik. j , 2d Assistant Cashier. I H. Tr WmiT : i found at V. JL -" IA CAPITAL., $250,000 SURPLUS, $15,000 .V TiJ . ..... .- . -w- -- . Director I. M. Raymond, E. E. Brown, S. lS WebSter 3 J0 &!?& A H. Burnham, D.E. Thompson, C.G.Dawea.C. lA IU7 TT . WW H. Morrill, A. J. Sawyer, lewis Gregory. F. W. .V I IU. -h.m " -- vtMi iiittlfl, G. M. Lambertson D. G. Wing, S. W. ill If;. Xt-i V W7?s; y f Burnham. G. P, Faucon. m'JI I ' ' Vii.- k JTtSS' ' , 's SmS " ". VtW WW rVWT NiFRRACKA .... .. .., .. am...,m 1 S- MMllMW 1 H 1 "l J feW V i i tV THE. O'Ml PlwMi A Hetfli C02X JkJZTZ-. 125 3J 2SINTH STREET. CO I I Every department of ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

." ypyVgwy'v . -vnf.- VOL. 9, NO. 24. POLITICS r. r wvx &C V W V W 1 0 0 o o ft 1 K 0 03 J3 rH O u I S o l u &'-. "Cfc-1 Jr"y -fr SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1894. 9 INCO BIJA5 50CltTY' mm, M H hmimce. vnKJi ..Of f '(k itHVl . -CT OM.$ AV fi W.tt .W " TJvl - f JU o' -i 00 V oT S S.P.1cnKderSOnrel" , """" Y CiT THETSrrnRH Windows aS3r--SlORL We keep right at the fvont in Styles. 1225 0 81. (WITS WISDOM w '0 A. "f? .o k'-JO . '-v.. .y t 'o y vVV '. "o '-7- ss?- js5&r .. vm ' 7, t i fr Jt : rfcv ''- MONARCH ER v O STOVES. O HaU Bros. Co., 1308 O STREET. ifcl rrUT? TTMTVtfTT kl Cor. 13th mnd M Sts. W) .RATES $2.00 to $3.00 PER DAY E. SISLER. holosnlo ICE CREIM MID ill ICES. New Location 133 S. 12th St. Tele. 630. J2T5EE LOCALS. F. 6. Zehrung, DRUGGIST. FUNKE OPERA HOUSE. SODA WATER A. G. Billmeyer & 60. E mm I 135 M STREFT. FOR WEAK LUNGS TRY o O 00 Scott's Emulsion ssHSS!SBm DR. G. F. UDD, DBXTIST Office 1215 O Street. LINCOLN. NEB. !Wd otaiftfiiMO.-ji REAL STATE AN I O BROKERS. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

FT r V3-V-? -T? - ir?. St .C? ?-T- ? THE COURIER - ' - - --- -n m i iii ill Supo Smiwe. Bjkh House m Suwi, Corner lttlx and. 3X SSf:m.9 Liucoln, Neb. TURKISH, BUSSIAN, ROMAN, ELECTRIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. People taking'theso baths will find the best possible appointments. Throughout tho building everything is clean and wbolesomo Massngo is given understandingly and trained attendants aro to be found in every department .The mineral waters from tho Artesian wells aro particularly refreshing to thoso who aro tired or overworked. For tho euro of liver, kidney, stomach and ncrvou diseases and all chronic complaints, and especially for fElxeuumn.'tlsixxi. these waters have proven most eflicacious. Tho great plunge, 50x142, and a to 10 feet deep, tilled with mineral water, is a Bplendid "placo to learn -to swim. Lessons. taught by men and women. Ttiit water, though constantly changing, is kept at an even temperature tho year around. In connection also is a fine barber shop and hai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

THE COURIER 0 r t, MRS. M. JOHNSON, TAIIvORBSS. Ladies' ami Guilt's clothing cleaned and repaired. All work well donuand all ordure promptly attended to. ROOM 4. 1012 O ST. WESTERN STEAM DYE AND Z;Z5S? FRENCH DRY GLEANING WORKS Tio8LTNEB. Ladies' and GenlH' clothing cleaned, col ored and repaired. Kid gloves cleaned and dyed. Work done promptly; satisfaction guaranteed. V. E. PAUL, Prop. Mi Ell X L0U6HRIDGE. UOOHotitli ICIeventl Mt. Trliiliiii-r;i. . . i )K mill soil. Diseases of Women. . . . Speialtiesr- Oritiuiul Surgery. ,IM ms Venereal Diseases. XKlt. : - Are Just as Curable as Other Diseases. Trpntril oxrlinmt-ly by I) It. I.KOMIAUDT, Lincoln, l. OMICt MlIOtT. HOUR 1 TO S DAILY : - Diseases of Women, and Diseases of the Chest Aro DI? IAPHRQ LINCOLN Specialties of Vl. JrtUDO, NM1H. Hours ib'JO to 11JJ0 a.m. 2 to 5::i0 p.m. Consultation Freo ! OHIcu over Harley's Drug Store, Cur. Iltli anj O fits. IteslJence Cur. A anj 17tli Sts. - VhMhB wJkk. StHimM HAIR DRESSING iniNu SCALP TRE...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

THE COURIER HP ?HMttR CO., Ivlnoojn, Xeb., lltib. St. -V We are the Oldest, Largest and Most Reliable Furniture House in the Gity. BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK. v Twenty-three years con tinuous, business is our record. $15.00 will buy a Wilton Rug Couch, 26 in. $20.00 will buy an Extra Heavy Solid Oak wide and 6 ft. 4 in. long. Chamber Suit with 24x30 in. mirror. $8.00 will buy a firstrolass carpet bed lounge. $18.00 will buy a Solid Oak Chamber Suit with 24x30 French plate mirror. . WE HAVE A. NUMBER OF BARGAINS IN PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS. $1.00 FOR A LAWN ROCKER. $3.00 FOR A I AWN SETTEE; DO TOU HOI THAT THE IS THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTEjTO THE SOUTH Oome and (See Us. H.O.TOWHMMD, G.P.AT.Agt. St. Look, Mo. Phu. Damikls, C.P.&T.Agt. 1201O St. gsfl If you are going up in a APjp balloon don't call on us. Our mtjf line don't go that way, Kai too' ita "Wa UP" lone. IF TOU ilE GOIK UT 1HESE ELSE It m to your interest ae well aa ours to GALfo ON US. For WE represent the SHORT IINB To St. Paul,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

A I Y VOL. 9. No. 24. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. OKCSiCHW rsr 1 "y DTOR An important chango is to bo made in 0 street property immediately. Miller & Paine will occupy tho two stores on the south sido of 0 street between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, now occupied by Fellow Bros, and Woodward & McFall. Tho two buildings will bo extended back to tho alley and remodeled, and on . tho adjoining lot on tho west Dr. B. L. Paino will erect another building to bo made part of the Miller & Paine structure. Homer West, a real estate dealer in this city haB gono to Gaits burgh and Gonesea III. to escort from 12 to 15 prospection investors to Lincoln on the 20th. The republican state convention will be held in Omaha, August 22. The McColI people had everything their own way at tho meet ingof the central committee in Omaha last Tuesday, they wanted tho convention in Omaha for political reasons, and with the co-operation of influential members of the cen...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

THE COURIER WATKIN'S QUEST. HE traveled east in a Pullman car, on a matrimonial quest, a man of innocent, child-liko mind, from the primitive, simple west. He camo straight out of a .mining camp, where women are seldom seen, and bo. as a judge of woman kind, you'll fancy him somewhat green. He said, in his vulgar, playful way, "ho had hustled and made a pile, and now ho wanted to find a wife, and put on a little style." A wife with a pretty face and form, to decorate hearth and home, and a permanent decoration, too, that never would wish to roam; who could sew and darn and sweep and cook, and not be ashamed to scrub, and whose eyes would open in shocked surprise at tho name of a Women's Club. For before ho left his lonely camp, he'd been told by those who know, the kind of a woman he ought to shun that our grandfathers called a "blue;" and if on a charming woman's breast ho should over chance to see the terrible "Federation' badge, ho must simply turn and flee. "For there tho women ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

THE COURIER Y yp Notwithstanding tho unsettled con dition of ulTairB business in some Hiich is fairly good. Dry goods men report a very fair trade and overall and nhirt factories aro rushud with orders. In other lines business in not so good and general t ratio is picking up very slowly. Col lections aro larger and hotter than for some weeks past. Country merchants aro somo- what depressed on account of tho continued dry weather; hut there is no causo for bcrious apprehension as yet from this cause. Ft oven should crops bo slightly damaged it is still early enough in the season to replant. Small grain has suffered severely, hut tho land has mostly been turned into corn and tho acreage of this cereal will probably bo larger than over before An early spring has its disadvantages as well as its advantages, as has bcon amply demonstrated. Tho recent frost has done much dam ago, both vegetables and fruit h title ring severely. It's dis astrous results will bo most keenly appreciated in t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

THE COURIER THE LILLIAN RUSSELL, ACT. AMUSEMENT NOTES. j V- . Act I. In tho bowerof lovo. The lady meets her fifteenth affinity. Grabs him by tho ears and says "I lovo youP Ho looks surprised, but falls in with tho idoa. Sbo calls a cab and they are driven on a dead run to tho minister's. The ceremony is performed, and tho lovely lady is again a bride. Sho makes a memoranda of the fact and takes her latest away on a honeymoon trip. Act II. Tho breakfast table ono week after tho wedding. The rolls are heavy and it is raining out side. Tho lady calls the butler and asks him to bring her husband a new face. The husband burns his mouth with his coffee and the lady laughs gleefully thereat. He helps himself to a mutton chop, and just as ho is about to cut it, the lady pulls a string and tho chop jumps over to her- plate. Thus she beguils tho breakfast hour. Sho then sends him out with the dog and goes up stairs to break her contract. Act III. Tho divorce court ono week later. Grand apoth...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

THE COURIER h V Y POT POURRI. NOW come tho days when commencements aro at band, and the ways are thronged with graduates smilingly bearing their laurels and roses. We will soon hear them toll us that, "O'er tho hills aro fields of living green," and "ValleyB fair await tho f reo." To "Hitch your wagon to a star," and "Keep your eye on tho top round." And sometimes we wonder how much tho years havo- left with them that is real, practicable and got-at-a-blo. Tho day will como when this machine work in our schools will bo laid asido, and when "drill mastors" will bo in less demand. The days of youth fly swiftly. Every hour should count in tho years the average boy and girl can spend in school. Thero is no time for a wasted day. The tendency is too strong to bo sticklers for system, to ho extent of losing sight of tho individual too much mechanical teaching. To develop, to unfold, to bring out, should bo tho motto. To crush individuality, to suppress, to mako slaves to system, tho warni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

10 THE COURIER ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN rOHTOFFIOK .1ft SECOND-CLASS MATTER. rUIILlKHED EVERY 8ATUKDAY RY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 142 N. IIth 8TREET. TELEPHONE 360- W. MORTON 8MITH, Editor. Subscription Ilalmi In Advance. Per annum $200 I Thrco months 50c. Six months 100 Ono month 20c Single copies Fivo cents. For salo at nil nows stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains. A limited number of adrortiscmcnU will bo inserted. Rates mado known on application. Lincoln, Ner., Satdbday, May 2G, 1891. An adjournment of congress for two years would make a whole nation happy. TnE city of Lincoln received somo advertising in Omaha Tuesday evening at the meeting of the republican state central committee. The request that the state convention bo held in Lincoln served as an excuse for the introduction of some more or less pointed remarks about a city whose mayor consorted with Coxeyites. Mayor Weir is an advertisement for Lincoln; but the city does not want any more of that k...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

THE COURIER 11 fe J THE MODERN DINNER PARTY. THERE is a certain air of unreality and makc-believo about tbo dinner party of today. Compare it with the dinner party of half a century ago, or, to go further back still, of Queen Anno's reign. One can get a fair idea of tho lattor entertain ment from Swift's "Polite Conversation.' Lord Smart's dinner hour was at .'5 o'clock in tho afternoon--"court hours," as ono of his guests remarked and the hour was none too early for tho business that the company got through. Tablo decorations were unknown, and tho attendance was not so perfect that the guests should refrain from helping each other, with their fingers, from tho dishes before them. A company of eight were thus provided for: First course, a sirloin of beef, a shoulder of veal, a tongue, and a fish. Second course: Almond puddings, black puddings, fritters, chicken and soup. Third course; llot venison pastry, a hare, a goose, a ham, and sundry rabbits, pigeons and partridges. A simplo d...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 May 1894

12 THE COURIER TO BE WEDDED SOON. WESTERN ASSOCIATION STANDING. 1 I "Bard times" seem to have only a stimulating effect on that re markable colony of young people that dwells in New Brighton, S. I., and seem to hare become possesed with the matrimonial fever during the past few years, for there are no less than three large and fashionable weddings announced to take place at that charming suburb during June. The first will bo that of Mr. Randolph St George Walker and Mibs Helen Janssen, on June 5; the second, that of Mr. H. W. Tillinghast and Miss Clara Rich, on June 6, and the third that of Mr. Willard S. Brown, son of Mr. Vernon Brown of New York, and Miss Gertrude Williams, sister of the Baroness Zer dobin, on Juno 20. These three young couples aro popular and havo a large number of friends in New York as well as on Staten Island, so that their weddings "in the country,' as New Brighton is sometimes, called will undoubtedly be numerously attended. Staten Island is looking particul...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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