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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 June 1894

ref 3T5H9 - d3- ' ?' r.s s ii is. 5s t L - 1 ft a' 3 ? f; -v. -- 'P. w.-j--Tg-qr n""'r,'-r syKsr-- -." "- "-" mi Wc&mhhp-8 .? .Ci; ,5 .JOY ."- ," rne AuuTEcr L- - - - "Ki n i im ' SliPo Smihe B,hy o1se MW Stvjv. Corner 1-ltti axxcl. 3VE Sti Lrloooln, Xetii TURKISH, RUSSIAN, ROMAN, ELECTRIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. People taking these baths will find the best possible appointments. Throughout the building everything is clean and wholesome Massage is given understanding and trained attendants are to be found in every department. The mineral waters from the Artesian wells are particularly refreshing to those who -are tired or overworked. For-the cure of liver, kidney, stomach and nervous diseases and all chronic complaints, and especially for Rlxeu.xxaa.tJ.AXxa. these waters have proven most efficacious. The great plunge, 50x142, and 3 to 10 feet deep, filled with mineral water, is a splendid place to learn to swim. Lessons taught by men and women. This water, though constantly...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 June 1894

J Jl A J'! it. it . MRS. M. JOHNSON, TAIlvORBSS. Ladies and Gent's clothing cleaned and repaired. All work well done and all orders promptly attended to. ROOM 4. 1012 O ST. WESTERN STEAM DYE AND - - JSESJJS! FRENCH DRY GLEANING WORKS 'Ko'neb. Ladies and Gents' clothing cleaned, col ored and repaired. Kid gloves cleaned and dved. Work done promptly; satisfaction guaranteed. W. E. PAUL, Prop. X I LINCOLN &30 South Bleventli St. Telephone 501. - - Iioomi 208 mill 20U, ( Diseases of Women. Sneialties: i Orificial Sureery. (Venereal Diseases. 'Eit. 'W. Xy. PHI5WITT, 1026 O STREET. Fine cabinet photographs 83 per dozen. Diseases of Women, and Diseases of the Chest Aro rD lAPOR LINCOUN Specialties of Ll. JrtUDO, NhBK. Hours 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 2 to 5:30 p.m. Consultation Free ! Office over Harley's Drug Store, Cor. Uth and O Sts. Residence Cor. A and 17th Sts. H M H ft 9 8B HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING. A full lino of Switches, Banps, Ornaments, Mani cure Goods, Curling Irons, Rubber Go...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 June 1894

THE COURIER I:i Sheriff's Sale. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of sale issued by the clerk of the district court of the Third judicial district of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county, Nebraska, in an action wherein The Lincoln Loan and Building Associa tion, a Nebraska corporation is plaintiff, and Harriet P. Dobson et al are defen dants, I will, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the 10th day July, A. D. 1894, at the east door of the court house, in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Ne braska, offer for sale at public auction the following described real estate to-wit: Lot number eight (8) in block number (7) in O. 0. Burr's subdivision of lot nine (9) ten (10), fifteen (151. sixteen 16, eighteen 18, twenty-three 23, and twenty-six 26 in the north west quarter of section thirty six 36 township ten 10 north of range six 6 east of the sixth p. m. in Lancaster county, Nebraska. Given under my hand this 6th day of June, A. D. 1894. FRED A. MILijER, Sheriff Sheriff Sal...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 June 1894

i y- k i$ - Ifawi VOL.. 9. No. 25. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1S94. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ? Sj e J The report that arrangements hav been made for a Fourth of July ora tion at Nebraska City by Congress man W. C. P. Breckinridge seems to lack authenticity, though there is nothing improbable in the proposi tion that the queer old town that is responsible for that curiosity in black and white, the Nebraska City Press, and for that incomparable fraud. Van Wyck, should commit the folly of honoring the venerable Kentuckian who is, and properly very generally despised throughout the country. In these times when the daily newspapers are beginning to tiro their political guns in a sort of a preliminary engagement, it is in no small degree amusing to read the peculiar concoctions, doubtless intended to be republican editorials, in the Neics, written by what is known as a "good" democrat. Republicans who have been dis posed to criticise the quality of the Heirs' republicanism, a republi canis...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 June 1894

THE COURIER POINTS IN POLITICS. Tho withdrawal on Saturday of Judge Allen W. Field as a candi date for congre6s in the First district changed the situation very materially. It was pretty definitely understood in Lincoln and else where that Judge Field would get tho endorsement of Lancaster county and tho nomination by tho oistrict convention. Church IIowo had practically given up all hope of receiving tho nomination. John C. Watson and Judge Chapman and others were pursuing a kind of waiting policy and there seemed to bo no serious obstacle in tho way. The withdrawal of Field came as a complete surprise and its immediate effect has been a marked addition to the number and enthusiasm of candidates for the successorship to Mr. Bryan. Judge Field states very plainly in his published letter that' ho is moved to take this step by purely private reasons, and that he can not neglect his privpto business for politics, and most people will congratulate the judge on the wisdom of his course, ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 June 1894

THE COURIER tho spirit of tho song so enthusiastically that tho audionco repeated ly burst forth in applause Sho gavo throo encores, and tho audi ence seemed as if it would nover tiro." I k 1 Wt QkT B3' vihx- . ML iffB "' II Iff 7- It is manifest that Lincoln society is preparing for its summer siesta. While there has not been a complete cessation of social entertainments, the past week has witnessed a pronounced diminu tion of at least indoor parties, and the "season" may bo regarded as having closed. The mercury is responding to the calender. The summer girl, with her jaunty shirt waist and semi-masculino jacket and nobby little sailor hat, likewiso the summer beae, with his blushing expanse of pink shirt bosom and his razor-toed yellow shoes, have como to stay until the autumn proclaims the close of their reign. The number of people who expect to go out of town this season is unusually small. A few persons are going abroad, a little handful will go to the seashore, a small contin...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 June 1894

ftCS253'!CS?Tn- - - y i--.??"'"-" " 8 THE COURIER were Gapt. and Mrs. J. G. Ayres, Mies Rodman, Misss Nash, Miss McKenna, Miss Wakeley, Capt. Crowder, Major McEIderry, Lieut. A. G. C. Quay, Mr. Doano and Mr. Charles II. Wilson. chorus and glee club. Monday' evening at the Lansing theatre will occur the annual contest by the musical department. Monday morning the senior class day exercises will be held at the Lansing, A feature of the program will be a German play. "Tuesday evening at 7:30 tho gleo club and cadet band will give an open air concert on the steps of the chemical building. On Wednesday at 10 o'clock in the Lansing, the regular commencement exercises will be held. Prof. George D. Herron.of Iowa college, will deliver the oration. His subject will be "A New Political Vision." There will bo a reunion of the alumni Wednesday at Burlington beach, from 5 till 9 o'clock. A A Mr. Hardy has arranged with Professor Fossler to deliver a course of lectures on Roman history at the Cre...

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

THE COURIER Mrs. G. E. Clark, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Touya lin, at the Madison the past winter loft on Monday afternoon for Fort Niagara, where she will be the guest of Lieut, and Mrs. Sparrow. Miss Lemon of St. Joseph, who has been the guest at Hillside for several weeks, returned to her home on Monday. Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Bennett have as their guest Miss Hoyt of Utica, N. J. At a bowling party given by the guests of the Madison and their friends last Saturday evening, quite a remarkable score was mudo by Miss Hall, Miss Doane's guest. Considering the condition of the alleys, 206 is rather marvelous for a young woman. Last week Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bennett entertained the Saturday night club at cards. THE LITERARY SENSATION. One can evade the question, "Have you read Marcella?" or one can excuse himself for not having read "Ships That Pass in tho Night;" but there seems to be no place for tho person who is not reading "Trilby," as it comes in monthly installments in Ha...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

I VOL. 9, NO. 26. 4 -" rw X r?v &. 'a h. i I . fi&A VOl a -" M v 1 fN A3 0 0 Q jo S M O 55 QQ JA 85 s o QQ I 1 ft o o et a e 8 1 s '.. ri SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1894 INCO BlfAS J ' finance. J 4WL VtJ Tfc WJP& JO Qfr.& V- V -N r v y ".?. v la . i & " - H vc. ' V "V o- vj o ..tf A.1B(l. Y7V .. .vvXk v Y &4 -v -C- V rw V- O ir pring Shoes are Q) Beauties, Vf See our Windows andeonSpliigmaj .53Dais right at in i Styles. 1225 0 SI. We keep right at the front in btyies. iWiTS.WISOOi Q- O Jv'tV A V . 04. G V . . . 5v o " -v yy.. v- v . X-v Y) -v VX v A o 'U Sfr V . ' , t: ? -ilH.I. IDtfflQ:!?- :- Jy MEN'S FURNISHER. ' 222 Douglas Street. Millabd Hotel. Omaha, Nebraska New Stock. Lowest Prices. nvuT? T.Trm?TT. ' Cor..i3th and H Sts. WA a. a, mxw x. e sun, rrojis. .RATES $2.00 to $3.00 PER DAY UNSURPASSED. E. S?IfER. Wholesale. ICE AND FRUIT ICES. New Location 133 S. 12th St. Tele. 630. J-SEE LOCALS. F. 6. Zehrung, FUNKE OPERA HOUSE. SODA WATER. . . . FOR WEAK LUNGS TRY c...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

S- i?g ' -nm&xr-: THE COURIER r.7y - T' '. . v - - - - T rT . n - Si?0 SmiHE BjftH HoviSE MTO Sftttjllttilj., Corner l-3tt2x eaxi.cl. 3VT Sts.. Xixoolxi Xet)a TUEKISH, BUSSIAN, ROMAN, ELECTRIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. People taking thcso baths will find the best possible appointments. Throughout the building everything, is clean -and wholesome Massage is given understanding and trained attendants are to be found in every department The mineral waters from the Artesian wells are particularly refreshing to thoso who are tired or overworked. For the cure of liver, kidney, stomach and nervous diseases and all chronic complaints, and especially for Rhetmiatlam these waters have proven most efficacious. The great plunge, 50x142, and 3 to 10 feet deep, filled with mineral water, is a splendid place to learn to swim. Lessons taught by men and women. ThiE water, though constantly changing, is kept at an even temperature the year around. In connection also is a fine barber shop and ha...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

A, " l fi MRS. M. JOHNSON, TAIIORBSS. Ladies' and Gent's clothing cleaned and repaired. All work well done and all orders promptly attended to. ROOM 4. 1 0 1 2 O ST. WESTERN STUM DYE AND -- SBr FRENCH DRY GLEAMING WORKS 'neb. Ladies' and Gents clothing cleaned, col ored and repaired. Kid gloves cleaned and dyed. Work done- promptly; satisfaction guaranteed. W. E. PAUL, Prop. 8 i S30 South Bleventli St. Telephone SCI. Kooni SOX and 209. ( Diseases of Women. . Speialties: ) Orificial Surgery. ""coia (Venereal Diseases. nek. w. r. prewitt, 1026 O STREET. Fine cabinet photographs 3 per dozen. Diseases of Women, and Diseases of the Chest Specialties of Di JACOBS, NBBK. Hours 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 2 to 5:30 p.m. Consultation Free L Office over Harley's Drug Store, Cor. th and O Sts. Residence Cor. A and 7th Sts. LINCOLN bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb!bbbbP wl HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING, A fall lino of Switches, Bancs, Ornaments, Mani cure Goods, Curling Irons, Rnbbcr Goods, Brushes, Tonics...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

r xr- THE COURIER THE COURIER Tire Bigf Slior of tlxe TMrlci. COMING IN ALL ITS ENTIRETY Like a Mighty Avalanche Sweeping Everything before it. Price of Admission Reduced from Fifty to && cents Now Everybody can go to the Oldest, Largest, Richest and Best Show on Earth. 'Sells Brotiiers Enormous United B. B. Shows. Ivincoln, Mrtursday, Jtaixe SStlx. r ZC - ? ?v y- s --. 1 w . - e 3-RING OXROXJS. 50 Cage Menagerie. lCouian Hinnodrome Snorts. Huge Elevated Stages, .vv NfJ;. Australian Aviry, . ' ' J African Aquarium, j '- -.vruuian caravan, Spectular Pageants and i xrans-r-acuic wuu ueasi jvxuiuu. -ajy... . iinnr vmf rvninoiMr rrininrn -'-:& WML MM CAULUO !t f TXon all Other Shows Ccmbmtd tu. -.; . .r-y'-A 1 . I - f I TJl iriifc.-M,pJ r r- .- --.i jo .-, I -v.'-'.C A "f THE LEADING AMUSEMFNT ? W vl. uff,Ji 4 J7wM:my 7-V &J? .rfTJ . - yv I f - ENTERPRISE OF AMERICA '"' Acknowledged by Press, Public & Rival Showmen. s SELLS BROTHERS' Xrxoxrmoias United Shovtrs $1,000...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

k f 4 VOL. 9. No. 26. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. . . rii w . Jfc Nothwithstanchng hia letter to I jPw rfra. V . Lieutenant-Governor Majors statin? Tiof tin tvniilt rrt ln n nnlif1ntn fnr jT'l" i? ? renomination, there is a possibility p J that Governor Crounse's name may The fact that a portrait of the gov ernor was distributed with the Journal this week, when the ciy was full of republicans, is a basis for the suspicion entertained in some quarters that the governor is not entire ly out of politics. His address at the university commencement served to emphasize the suspicion. It is predicted that should there be a prolonged contest between Majors and MacColl, Grounse will be proposed as a com promise, in which event there is no telling what might happen. Professor Herron'a incendiary socialistic address at the commence ment exercises of the state university Wednesday morning has been the talk of the week, and Governor Crounse has been heartily con gra...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

. xffPN&t!s?." ?f ' y ---s? Tjwuiifcdwe-iyw'' AvwiesEr gRffsw asgr-' THE COURIER VPjtgXv,At4'Uit''-j;,7:A-Jj .'" i "AN UNSPEAKABLE SIREN." Thnt very much up to dato weekly Tmon Topics, Now York, issues a small volumo quarterly, entitled "Tales From Town Topics," mado up of brisk and oftentimes decidedly rixtjuc Bkcfches, told in such a clever manner that a good many pcoplo who do not exactly approve of tho morale read them with interest. Town Topics and tho "Tales" are tho product of a society that demands rum in its tea, spico in its pudding. In "Tales From Town Topics" No. 12, just issued there in a novel otto, "An Unspeakablo Siren," by John Gilliat. This story, if taken seriously, and it is possible that many readers will take it thus, would prompt tho resurrection of that old query, "Whither aro wo drifting?" Its characters aro a dozen or tnoro "advanced" members of society, who live on scandal and champagne, mako love to each others wives and husbands, and have a jolly goo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

THE COURIER Among thoso present at tho wedding from out of town woro: MrB. E. S. Dundy, Mrs. Will Redwick, Miss May Dundy, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baum, Mrs. David Baum, Miss Biownie Baum, Mr. Nethorton Hall, Mrs. P. C. Hall and Miss Dorothy Ringwalt of Omaha; Mr. A. L. Burr, Alma Nob. A k i iiiihiii .m lllii mEfj Socioty, apart from tho Burr-Funko wedding and tho cotniiioncoruunt exer cises, h:iH hud littlo to occupy itu atten tion thiH week. Hut nobody expects anything at thin titnu of year, and there in no complaint. Tho wedding attracted quite u number of people from outside of.the city, some of whom remained Buveral days. Mr. Hardy ban auccceded in arousing considerable interest in the Crete Chautauqua assembly among Lincoln people and ho is confi dent that this season the assembly will have something liko the old timo popularity with Liucolnitcs. It is said that every cottage on tho grounds has boon engaged, and u large number of families will arrange to remain at Crete during tho ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

TFf'O" 3?m?KwiB& jsre-r Ift ".".' ?s s; .3sr'-f -?:;: Vr 8 THE COURIER John W. Dixon, of Nebraska City, ono ot the state university graduates, will becomo a senior at Yale next September. Mrs. Beall left on Saturday last to visit her son, Mr. Wilbur Beall of Wyoming. Frank M. Cook returned from Hillsdale, Mich., Wednesday. Mrs. E. M. Morseman left for Chicago Monday afternoon. '&P- ICs 3Irs. John C. Allen and son left Wednesday for Vermont, 111. Dr. B. F. Bailey is in Denver attending tbo national convention of homeopaths. Mrs. H. M. Curtis and daughter, Miss Julia, returned to Chicego this week, after a visit in this city with Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Curtis Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Everett C. Babcock, Tuesday, a son. Mrs. Frank Sheldon leaves on Thursday for her home in New accompanied by her two sons. Mrs. Henry Zehrung has gone to West Point, Nebraska, for a few weeks visit with friends. It is reported that a well known bank cashier in this city is soon to wed. Mrs. A. G. Beeson...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

TH&l&t :rr"- THE COURIER 4 ;f, Y K I I ' k ! , i v POINTS IN POLITICS. If Lancaster county candidates are distinguished for ono thing more than another, it is for their disposition to go in and make a hot fight' and then suddenly withdraw and write a letter. Follow ing close upon the heels of Judge Field's letter announcing his with drawal as a candida'e for congress, came the announcement of Mr. I. M. Raymond to the effect that he would no longer permit his name to be used as a candidate for the republican nomination for governor. Mr. Raymond's declination simplifies matters somewhat, and the much talked of contest between Raymond and Moore for tho county delegation is or, Mr. Hamilton and other candidates are making a vigorous effort within tho county, and whether Mr. Moore for lieutenant governor will have the support of tho county in the state convention to do with it what he pleases, or whether there will be a show all around for the four or five other candidates, re ma...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

!P?7,ieF4??w, '"V ' ; ""&' firvsaf5v" THE COURIER 10 a? &. r - 1 I if ! vW7 ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN POSTOFFICK iAH BECOKI1-CX.A8H MATTES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 142 N. IITH STREET. TELEPHONE 350- W. MORTON 8MITK, EDITOR. Subscription Kate In Advance. Per annum $200 I Tlireo raonUu,,... ,.r 50c. Six mouths 100 Ono month . ..Wi 20c. Single copies Fivoceuta. For salo at all news stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains. A limited number of advertisements will bo inserted. Rates made known o application. LufcoLN, Neb., Saturday, June 1G, 1804. There axe spots all over Mr. Howe, the gentleman from Nemaha county, who desires to represent the First Nebraska district in congress, and these spots are selfishness, and treachery. Mr. Howe is an able man and a genial politician; but if he expects to achieve any lasting success he must remove his spots, and if ho can't remove them, it is suggested that he take of! his Bkin and sit in his ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

r"r3 -r- ,-r-.? THE COURIER 11 k 9? SHORT STORIES. BY I. S. 1 URGENEFF. (Translated from tlio Russian by E. It. I. '-The Old Woman." I walked along tho'wide fields alone. Suddenly it seemed to me I heard cautious steps behind me. Somebody was following my steps. I looked back and saw a bent old woman, muffled up all in gray rags. Only the face of the littlo old woman could bo seen from undor them it was a yellow, wriqkled, sharp-nosed, toothless face. I approached her sho stopped. "Who am you? What do you want? Are you a beggar? Are you waiting for charity?" The old woman gave no answer. I bent toward her and noticed that both her eyes wore covered with a half-transparent whitish membrane, like some birds hare, to protect their eyes from an ex ceedingly bright light. But the littlo old woman's membrano was immobile, and did not disclose her pupils. That made me believe she was blind. "Do you want charity?" repeated I my question. "Why do you follow me?" But the little old woman, as ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

: r --. r. : THE COURIER tho powers that are doing their utmost to bring ruin and disaster to all parts of the country, and make this year a memorable one, for the loss of life, limb and property. , x.j i. swat. 4rp&pmm&y , - - 1 12 a . y v' " - -r r "" V ,ii-2iS3Sf :-.-. -. - nZ&rC&3&iZl&&t;JZ?-A --.".... i-- ; " - m i - ..- --. . .r v-llw. gJSC(lrCLC5 -0 a-.. j The rains through the country hare materially improved the condition of crops, and with the brightening of pro spects, trado has shown decided indica tions of improvement. But withal it is at present really only a question of pro spect. Trade has shown no permanent in crease in volume for the last few weeks, and indeed there is no reason why it should Wheat and oats will be almost a total failure in most parts of this .state and Kansas, and fruits and vegetables suffered irreparable damage from the late frosts. While corn is admittedly the main prouast of this region, the partial failure of the m...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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