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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

THE COURIER 13 A b 1 POT POURRI. It must be very delightful to be a member of the board of educa tion. No wonder there's such a rush of candidates for that position when one considers the munificent salary, the freedom from respon sibility, the hearty co-operation of the public, and the general ap preciation of one's labors in this field. A new member can hardly be seated before there are seueral clamoring, for the honor of tearing him in pieces first, and they lie in wait for him, exhort and gesticulate over this hobby or that, and threaten divers pleasant things that shall come to pass. They tack appellations onto his name, which do not savor of honor or integrity, but for the sake of the salary and the cause, he endures it all. There is a great deal expected of public officers nowadays, and wo hope our school board will not be found wanting. There is one thing that has not been suggested, that they ought to be urged to attend to. The eastern boards are more critical re garding th...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

0 WHO RULES? Br Lady Cook, nee Tennesee Claflin. 'Nothing is more remarkable for its persistency than a popular de lusion. Born of error and bred by ignorance, it sneaks into life un noticed and takes centuries in killing. One rarely knows its parent age or date of birth, yet the foundling refuses to die. It resembles those animals of which zoologists tell us that, if chopped into mince meat, each particle starts afresh and becomes a new creature. When we think we slay it we make it very much alive; as we try to destroy we re-create. Truth is fragile, short-lived, unobtrusive, easily ob scured, cold, naked, unpalatable; but a lie is tough, perennial, bold, inextinguishable, fervent, well vestured, and sweet to the taste. Suppress it here and it will rise there. Its elasticity is under all circumstances. Its vitality scoffs at time and doath. But of all forms of falsehood commend us to popular delusions Mr. Harry Furniss and his friends may dine thirteen together twice a day, may reh...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

supv-r-s'-r-F-v t'r-rr -j THE COURIER 51 THE AUTHOR OF TRILBY. A HINDOO POEM. A Du Maimer's history is very peculiar. Ho was born just sixty years ago, in Paris, of English parents who had been French refu gees during the Revolution. They wished him to be a chemist, and at twenty ho had a laboratory of his own in London. But somehow the laboratory got turned into a studio. Finally, ho went to Pans, studied at Diisseldorf and elsewhere, and a few years later began work in London as an illustrator. But at tho very beginning of his career ho had a sad accident which deprived him of his sight for a long time, and he never more than half recovered it. This, however, seems not to have interfered with his work in tho least. Jin 18G4, soon after he was thirty, his first work appeared in Punch, a vory short time beforo Leech died. Naturally, ho fell into Leech's place an-1 very soon made his own reputation, and Henry James declares that then, for tho first time, Punch got a reputation as an ...

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

urn wi ' ii ii r ,mmmmmmmmm mil i... m n-i - i ffiMftSfSejayy'"' - THE COURIER I; -, i- If Saved Our Boy A Clergyman's Statement Constitutional Scrofula Entirely Cured. fi? m Hsk laV m .in ii m A aaaats J Vu .B-f?9nBaaflBaaBaBW Mfi Saaaaaaaaala-K?yhiXaaaaaaaaanr flhfr ftchard Patens CI. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Gentlemen: Wishing to tell what Hoed't 8ar aparllla has done for lis, I will say that S yean ago we had a beautiful boy born to ui. "Whe about six months old he took a tore Mouth. Ever thing that was known as usual remedies ta such cases was used. I had two doctor but all to bo benefit At the age of 11 raofith he breathed his last Thus we laid ' Our Darling ChHd to the grave. On Aug. 4, 1891, another bey was borauatoBa. At the age of two months he be rsiae aSUetod with the same disease. IbeMeved the, boy's trouble was constitutional, .aed,' sot eoawoa sere saouth. I procured a bottle of Hood's Sanaparilla aad commenced to sjIts H regularly to both mother aad baby, aad ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

THE COURIER 17 A 1? f "Royal Ruby" Port "Wine. If you are reduced in vitality or strength by illness or any other' cause, we recom mend the use of this Old Port Wine, the very blood of the grape. A grand tonic for nursing mothers, and those reduced by wasting disease. It creates strength ; improves the appetite ; nature's ownrem edy, much preferable to drugs; guaran teed absolutely pure" and over five years of age. Young wine ordinarily sold is not fit to use. Insist on having this standard brand, it costs no more, flin quart bottles, pints 60 cts. Royal Wine Co. Fovsaleby J. H. HARTY, 11th and OSts. Homeseelcers Excursion One Fare for the Bound Trip. Tell your friends in the east that on May 29 the Burlington route will sell round trip tickets at the one-way rate to points in Ne braska, Kansas, Eastern Kansas, South western South Dakota and Northern Wyom ing. ' Tickets are good for twenty days; allow stop-overs and will be on sale at all stations east of the Missouri river. J. Fran...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

&-W' IP- 18 THE COURIER "n Juaifl!!Jk-aiifr!r,y'-J K. f, i k K" -- That Hacking Cough if allowed to run, will destroy the lining to Throat and Lungs, weaken the system and invite the Consumption Genii. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, builds up the system, overcomes Chronic Coughs and Colds, and strengthens the Lungs. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. SCOTTS EMULSION Is the most nourishing food known to setatc. It is Cod-livtr Oil rendered palatable and easy to assimilate. Prepared by Soott Bowne, N. Y. Druggist sell It. Storage B. F. Vancil, Prop. Capital Storage Co., warehouse 619-623 South 20th - St kinds packed, moved, stores a specialty. Hardy Furniture Co., street, or Rudge &. Morris Co., 1118-1122 N street, will be promptly atteudecfto. Goods of all shipped or stored, An 'order left at 211 South Uth Whitebreaet Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at the Whitebreaet. For route. St. Louis take t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

THE COURIER A F f A. B. COFFROTH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BILLINGSLEY BLOCK. Sheriff Sale. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of sale ieeucl by tho clerk of tho district court of tho Third judicial district of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county, in an action wherein Tho Investor's Company is plaintiff, and Martin V. Rad ford et al aro defendants, I will, at 2 o'clock p. in., on the 2Gth day of June A. D. 1894, at tho east door of tho court house, in city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Ne braska, offer for sale at public auction tho following described real estate to-wit: Lot "J" in subdivision of lot sixteen (1G) block three (3) in Lincoln Driving Park Co's. first sub-division to Lincoln in north west quarter of tho south east of section twenty-four (24) township ten (10) range six (G) east of tho G P. M. in Lancaster County, Nebraska. Given under my hand this 25th day of May, A. D. 1894. FRED A. MILLER. May 25, 5t Sheriff. DAWES, COFFROTH & CUNNINGHAM ATTORNEYS AT...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 June 1894

"V V J, cox. J f. CB.i -He - : - - t foatest cuts and most fashionable styles of foot wear always can be found at WTetsteir & Rogers, 1048 O dtireet. UNCOLN, NEB. I. M. RAYMOND. PnisMMt. S. H. BURNHAM. (MUitr. O. F. FUNKE. 2d Asslstaat Cssfcltr, D. I. THOMPSON. VIM PrtsiJtat. D. G. WING. Asstetaat Gashler. CAPITAL, $250,000 SURPLUS, $15,000 Directors I. M. Raymond, X. & Brows, 8. t. wunnajB, v. is. mora I. Morrill, A. J. Sawyer, iUttls. G. M. Laabertsoi BarabajB. G, P, Faucon. reW (TV; NEBRASKA 7MMHDIflTflDV A MllflP r- mmoLniMimi ui muom INCORPORATED I Every dcpaitwut of Music. Art, Elocution, and Languages. For catalogue and information , l Address, O. B. HOWELL, Director, LINCOLN. NEB. w We make suits to order in all grades. Uniforms to Order And everything in the clothing line. V A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED We have experienced men to take your measure and experienced tail ors to make the suits. BROWIIHG, KIKG & 60, The Reliable Clothiers and Furnishers, 1013-10 O St. TH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

-- iv , - K & & V r "fv'! t-O .' . i VOL. 9, NO. 27. v r . o 2 0 -- i . o r 2 & : I 32 J $ , 0 rf. M " o 4 I 4m W s 0 L. W:: DR.-C. F UDD, - S "iv, "' 8ATURDAYJUNB 23, 1894. ' Jv" VN 9 INCO 2hw i Kiaz w-y h ' CTB. ! p ' " ,"5 TSKSa ? BAS sogicTrgiu LbSk3h 7N o' sv &. ,V &' r Cou frM6. V r.-?' ..i r-N . Vj 1 K .o4 .X00 cV ryr" v.c- o rinwcc. h 7? c.A. - w JSPSiO ?.;y Nx ' . o o Wv O' WJ ru 'J Slio p ato ni v SK "a Reautirs. V See our Windows We keef right at the front in Styles. 1225 0 SI. lTSWI50ii MffiS A - '& " V? G- 'XT N ill 3i5? H-L. PEASE, fc- MEN'S FURNISHER. 2?2 Doug,as Street. MlLLAKD HnTEL. OMAHA.NebKASXA Now Stuck. Lowest Prices. THE LINDELL.K- Cor. 13th and M rits. A L. 1IOOVKK AM)N, I'rnpa. .RATES $2.00 to $3.00 PER DAY UXSURPA88ED. R SI8LER. ( Wholesale A I 11 IT IKES. ew location 733 S. 2th S . Tel. 630. f-SEE LOCALS. I. Office 1215 O Street. LINCOLN. NEB. rjvmsr F. 6. Zehrung, II FUNKE OPERA HOUSE. SODA WATER FOR WEAK LUiNGS raY o- o o Scott's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

3V-T &' u - j B?5 : & & S I" B'- i;'- i . I 4fci- k fev-. r4. -A S? I I I ill' y w - . aLL-f-Hs jasaV-- Shhv '- - - - - - - Corner 14tli clxmX 3MC Sta. Xflxioolxi, CTeto TURKISH, RUSSIAN, ROMAN, ELICTBIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. People takiag these baths will find the best .possible appointments. Throughout the building everything is clean and wolesomt Massage is given understandingly and trained attendants are to be found in every department The mineral waters from the Artesian veils are particularly refreshing to those who are tired or overworked. For tkje cure of liver, kidney, stomach and nervous diseases and all chronic complaints, and especially for R&xexxxxiextlmTXX these waters have proven most efficacious. The great plunge, 50x112, and 3 to 10 feet deep, tilled with mineral water, is a splendid place to learn to swim. Lessons taught by mo and women. Th water, though constantly changing, is kept at an even temperature the year around. In connection also i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

fp ' Uj jit-, --njr wKr . 1 S MRS. M. JOHNSON, rM XL W B ? ri.JfivlK . H Ladies and Gertie clothing cleaned and. repaTred. 'All work well' done and all orders promptly attended to. ROOM 4.1 '" - 1012? O ST. .lltlf.M MM J t .?l (. ),. 1 !! (j! BICYCLE RIDING SCHOOL. High Grade BicycIeB, Relay and Wuj .d S-6mfbWuLssp THE COURIER .,1 If I )') liU . , CHAQ. Q. FERRIS, Attorney- at Law; I 4 ROOil-L 1113 0 8T. i Telephone. 501, . - , - .Itooms 308 iuiil,20D Speialties: jftrirfcial Surgry. W"" I U inda O'lfetREETT 'f . Fine cabinet photographs S$ per dozen.. ' Diseases of Women, ar--' Diseases ojuthe Chest s?cciaitw1o't'DR. JACOBS, Tjhm?1,1 Hours6:.T0 to.Tl:30 a.m. ifaSStofrm. " Cotre4ltatJon FreoJ- Hj ' Offlce ver-Karlcy8 Drug Store, 1 ( f i Cot', 'th and O. fits. f -v A V Hcsidence Cor. Wand 7tnSls. JS 0 aaaKmx ?' 'fSSTs'a BalrTsaVrr mi. w f" " W- r TajaaBHEi'.SiVKtVsfc rwBm A HAIR DBbSSIKG ANDfMANIptH?Jsji II V full linovfcf, Switcfies, Ranffs.itfrqapirfris, il .-mi cart Goods, fj'arlif...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

rrrortl &. i&j,- '"-" "5' ,'.' w,-' . THE COURIER Show of tlie 2roirli. POMING IN ALL ITS ENTIRETY Like a Mighty Alavancho, Sweeping Everything before it. Price of Admission Reduced from Fifty to 86 oenta Now Everybody can go to the Oldest, Largest, Richest and Best Show on Earth. (Sells J3xotliejrs9 Enormous United B. R. Shows. Jir.corri, Dlitiirscicisr, Jime 28th. t&sA? A W?OTWciV W 3 RIKTO CIRCUS. 50 Cage Menagerie., Roman Hippodrome Sports, Hugo Elevated Stages, Australian Aviry, African Aquarium. Arabian Caravan, Spo;tular Pageants an d Trans-Pacific Wild Beast Exhibit. PRESENTING MORE M mm FEATURES. Than mil Other Shews Combined. its Jkais 3ui cv-v- .or -. &JSUJJLth 1 ASP- rK-r t37lw 2 - - 0t THE LEADING AMUSEMFNT ENTERPRISE OF AMERICA - Acknowledged by Press, Public fe Rival Showmen. SELLS BROTHERS' Enormous United Slo'w' $1,000,000 Actually Invested to Perpetuate its Grandeur, $1,000,000 The .Grand Picturesque Street Parade takes place at 10 a. m. TWO PTgRTOB...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

L fi .w &,. "VOL.:' 9. No. 27 LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. '?YES' 7"i--" UP -iPB&ri: ,w.e Tho contrast in tho general tone of business as compared to that of several weeks since is noticeable in a marked degree. The rains wnich have prevail ed throughout the west hare brought about a renewed feeling of confidence exceedingly encouraging at this time. To say that things looked remarkably bad for a time is putting it mildly. Every crop ox- ccpt corn had suffered materially and the long continued drought was beginning to have its effect on that cereal. A failure of the corn crop would have been disastrous in the extreme. Merchants throughout the state realized this and consequently the fear of damage to that crop had a depressing effect on business. Tho abun dant rains have dissipated all apprehensioos of that kind for some time to come and the warm cloudy weather has materially aided its growth. With three weeks more of such weather as has prevaile...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

.--"j'-S - v .. ;.-- sr - i '. "" 1 THE COURIER , r ;s-Keop that for t fVi'nWell, now, cf it by IdBt kVhMVant Nip M-fcrter ,"Keop that for those you want to deceive." WATKIN'S FATE now, cf it comes ter deceiving, I guess I'll Halter give way ginsit 'pears ez ef ho could lay over the hull camp at that." A 4Ycp," repeated Joo Watkins, "sho fcwyed hcVe by ; do yojyfacanjy Some or your lies, 01 courses. You are a by acci- ' nnd'i nniiT nntinv . MS puauiugiHwutaMMHW vent morality "Wal" evcrjJna! this, that- be. and as it'i along smili order to her while to lumr'don' i vnn'n M'RlNu.h w. r r w yu're powerful hen coml go, HW laBai ' C-4 .2 . leTTOil ,squar' lets chip in.t without sayin' nothin' to '. ins. man go man: and Jlck." 'to OTnaroKnM'ii 3M WnaJByopiron'Vfl eo cmppervw SBr rffiuW2S.g oKbh$ J gT fed dofito SWffRtlcLsoeni B iirow 'iii'm ifflBm lb luuk slWrt liUIT I IB you st step in. mean, and un- when ajrjrinaitoMneirto-laki lWnMiljrhafeido'l7Jir"ro! :nrl If ST Sr n i r n oruvrtlf anr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

THEi COURIER , 1 A It y k V -1 4 i ijBficpuqtedpritheJargo.attefldanjco, thtmaj"QrityhoiVBver,preferred hanging around and discussing, thq mattor,out.ot..doursi to, , listening, to Joe's eloquenco within. 'Things havo bin gittin' lax for Boino time," said Watkins, "and ''the dkWp'fldecided to niakeV''slatid, 'aricTAVaggiriB'!hWgott,er' git ' th'at's"it,'1ho,8 -goiter1 git.5 There's 'th'red thitigs'aB Babbitt? 'Find ''can't'tetand boss' Btcalin', rdokeil ttcaHn',nt''cdnitr,Minrllbiga,ihy. Tho camp ain't squeamish, but that's the vordic', and as Dick Wag gins hez deserted his lovin' wife and married Spiggot's widdor, why, in rnttpaA i"":."i. in Buffalo when he sent tho telegram, but tho people wore not fully convinced until it was learned that the other man had really Bailed frnm Mniv Vtlr- rr tlin otiniik ltiu ' V V " H AW. VM tMU PlttllU - - .- : ri! S 5 1112 tA . ;t m -wHERR?Nvy?-.Arfj Tho-. recent exhibition of Hcrronisiif WMHncom mdaenment oi scs of -tho-University of Nebraska lu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

THE COURIER Dr. and Bessie Lane left Wednesday for Plain City, O., where they expect to spend a part of the summor visiting. Professors Clements, Morris, and Wilhclm Lamprecht of tho Neb. Conservatory of music started Wednesday for Chicago, from which place they will go in a week to Duluth, Minnesota for a summer outing. The marriage ceremony of Miss Jones and -Professor Marsland, to occur next Tursday will attract considerable atten tion as both parties are prominent young people. The present week has been sin gularly devoid of incident, and there is V"r nothing especially encouraging in the outlook. In the absence of anything else to occupy attention gos sip is to tho fore, and these days one can hear almost anything about one's friends. Some engagements between young people well known in society that were supposed to be almost on tho point of a happy culmination are reported to be "off," and the reasons that are assign ed therefor in some instances are decidedly interesting. On t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

''SfW' jg- Ji.tat'nrN THE COURIER Dr. and Bessie Lane left Wednesday for Plain City, O., where they expect to spend a part of the summer visiting. Professors Clements, Morris, and Wilholra Lamprecht of tho Neb. Conservatory of music started Wednesday for Chicago, from which place they will go in a week to Duluth, Minnesota for a summer outing. mil r CauhL y ? y v i3& 1 !in HE7 The marriage ceremony of Miss Jones and .Professor Mareland, to occur next Tursday will attract considerable atten tion as both parties are prominent young people. The present week has been sin gularly devoid of incident, and there is .- zj nothing especially encouraging in the outlook. In the absence of anything else to occupy attention gos sip is to the fore, and these dajB one can hoar almost anything about one's friends. Some engagements between young people well known in society that were supposed to be almost on the point of a happy culmination are reported to be "off," and the reasons that are assig...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

THE COURIER Misses Emma Gregory and Ina Ensign, and Mr. Edward Wult being especially good. NEEDED INVENTIONS. A k i r I m i S w IN OMAHA. Major and Mre. Worth gave a farewell dinner to Capt. and Mrs. Ayrcs Tuesday evening. Miss Hawkes of St. Josoph spont the week in Omaha as the guest of Miss Yates. Capt. and Mrs. Ayres left for Chicago Thursday afternoon. Miss Firestano of Columbus, Ohio; has been the guest of her sis ter. Mrs. Herbert Martin. Mrs. John Cudahy, Jr., has taken up her residenco for the summer at the Mercer. . In honor of Mrs. Wilson and Miss Wilson, Mrs. James McKenna entertained at luncheon on Tuesday. Thoso present were: Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Ayres, Miss Knippenberg, Miss Nash, Miss Wilson, Miss McKenna, Mr. Peck, Mr. Wilson and Mr. Cartan. Mr. and Mrs. Knippenberg and Miss Knippenberg arrived on Sat urday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Nash. Mr. and Mrs. Knippenberg left on Tuesday for their summer home near Ycllowstono Park, Miss Knippenberg remaining until July. 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. — 23 June 1894

THE COURIER Misses Emma Gregory and Ina Ensign, and Mr. Edward Walt being especially good. NEEDED INVENTIONS. a A IN OMAHA. Major and Mre. Worth gave a farewell dinner to Capt. and Mrs. Ayres Tuesday evening. Miss Hawkes of St. Josoph Bpont the week in Omaha as the guest of Miss Yates. Capt. and Mre. Ayres left for Chicago Thursday afternoon. Miss Firestano of Columbus, OHio; has been the guest of her sis ter. Mrs. Herbert Martin. Mrs. John Cudahy, Jr., has taken up her residenco for thosummer at the Mercer. ,. In honor of Mrs. Wilson and Miss Wilson, Mrs. James McKcnna entertained at luncheon on Tuesday. Thoso present were: Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Ayres, Miss Knippenberg, Miss Nash, Miss Wilson, Miss McKenna, Mr. Peck, Mr. Wilson and Mr. Cartan. Mr. and Mrs. Knippenberg and Miss Knippenberg arrivoJ on Sat urday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Nash. Mr. and Mrs. Knippenberg left on Tuesday for their summer home near Yellowstone Park, Miss Knippenberg remaining until July. The Misses Yate...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 June 1894

i mwt fi IJnil'fcyn .-. 10 s.v TIIE COURIER .OlIAWftLG-KIJ. v2i B 389f5'i3S3StBZ'BB" .... .; . . t i,,!.r,,ff i, ,ifil Jt; .it. tiiij .f nt limtno entered AT4nE'tiiiaiLT'iiyicK1ky'iBb6kiw:i.Aas'MArrEB. " "' ,. . .... ..i '.ii - Q It.' .. i. '. 'An,. I.lii... i?.t.f,. ..n.?iMiiiinr) ' ' ' ' VimtMlKD EvWV ATttrbYBV '" ' l '-' ,)'"' . TrtE, cbp;Ri.E(?; MBfe'isMaicaMi., OFFICE 142 N. IITH 8TREET. TEPHONi36vi i" iUnH' Ii'iri-i.j i) ,. lu -H'tuvViH tnl'l- W. MORTON 8MITH, Editor. '( .,)..n.. ,).r,rti il.ir-idVt , iHli,,. LoWl.,l itf !. II.. r. iVlhtllM i-. il.Jj. '-I'7 troubles. In almost overy mstancu turbulence Las bean crpajqif ( vy those who do not know what the American Hag meansthat are strangers to the liberty of law on which our freo government is founded. They have no appreciation of liberty except liberty of liceiisejandthoyasSUnie'tnat iri. fred'g6vernriicnt,trro'aTtf',fr to destroy property and lifo when their wishr isregardtl' by their employers. With them aro a few Americans...

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