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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 22 June 1889

rr p jp t fr --- --v - - -jft'a yt tt- i'" f (!-$. 11 v"frr wj 'A'P6PdUR' PAPER-oPA9PERN TIME Vol 4. No 28 Lincoln, Nubkasica, Satukday, Junii aii, 1680. Twiilvh Paoics. SUPPLI2MB5NT I PI 1 W ft.v ", . i& : m. V TAKEN BY SIEGE. The Story of a Young Journalist's Experi ences in Neto York. Copyright by J. B. Uppincott Company, Special Arrangement through the CHAPTER XV. rt? O H N H riurlstono H was very J much die-' turbed In ' Ida mind. ! llownain lovo with Lconl tho 1 dnnoor. and ho had promised to marry Amy Bay-1 liss, tlio rector'8 daughter Tlioi worst of it was that ho was very ' fond of Amy.and ho did not want to treat her un- ' kindly. But h o , " was determined to marry Leoni. On that point ho was strong though on most others ho was J weak. Ho would it ill let Amy believe that they were to bo married In tho fall. Per haps in tho mcantimo ho could think of a good oxcuso for breaking otf tho match MiBiuuimiur ureauuK uu uiu umwu. , SUBS was John disturbed on this account, bu...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 22 June 1889

pamiymnmiiniiliiymii ijpwiyiiwipypipi 1JSW BPjBWPPr r-n CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889. 10 ML l' r IA . : fev r (1 OTlnrn smiled a atntlo or forgiveness, an out) who foil sorry to aeo nu nmliihlo young gentleman lxawod of ho violent a temper. "I'll tnko ehnrgo of till gentleman," aald Martin, Mopping tip to O'Hnm nnd displaying his iKiilgo. "Dennis Costcllo, I arrest you for tho iiiunlor of Roso Kfilngtonl" Costullo's fnco became Itvld, and ho crouched against tho wnll, hut noon found volco to apeak, "You have mistaken your man, my good Blr. My uniuo In Dlonysltts O'llnm, ntul I never hoforo heard tho natno of tho lady you mention. If you will ox cuso mo, I will hlil you good morning, 1 tun nn artist, ntul I havo n dlstlngulsho'l alitor waiting nt my studio." And ho tuiido n atop towards tho door. Mat tin had no thought of lotting him go, but ho didn't mind playing with him n moment, "Your nnmo U not 0011111.1 Costollo, you any?" "No, sir, my nnmo Is not Dennis Cos tc...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 22 June 1889

'' ' '"9'iin '' Vir--"4TrTf t" CAPITAL CITV COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889. it f lit.. AT' ' tr . CUUUilll MIUIO ,1U tllUlt) lllU.V-, ... iho naturo of tlio work that John was called upon to iwrfonn by Col. Mortimer would not bear tlio light of day. John was getting mora nnd moru reckless. Ho drank deeper nnd played higher, nnd didn't seem to caro much what became at him. Ho only wont tOBooLcoul oc casionally, nnd sho poor girl! was wor ried to death about him. Ho told her that luck was against him, nnd that It Always was against him when he tried to do what was right; and that is what bo tried to mako htmsolf bellovo. When Rush cauio back to Now York from his visit to Formated, John invited 2dm to dlno with him at tho "Club," and questioned him closely us to tho wedding preparations. Hush was seriously alarmed by John's appear unco and manner. Thoro was n restless, wild look In his eyes, nnd ho started at overy strnngo sound. When Rush asked him if ho was not well, ho sn!! that h...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 22 June 1889

12 iV 'if ; .' ,. 5f I .i pm "mwwi mvm ...I i t'fmmmwr m ,-, w.r, .,,,, ,.,. . , M m CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889 P 1 1 7 A'K , I I - k '.," Elegant printed invitations are of course very pretty, and if gotten up neatly reflect credit. on the sender, but. t "? . ENRGRHySD . - vfcv mm IMITATIONS Wedding Announcements, and Party Invitations, T V. "are considered by society the proper thing. Heretofore these goods have been too high in price, : but we are now furnishing the finest work in this line at prices nearly as low as the printed. There is nothing so tasty or refined for calling as a neatly engraved card, and we furnish chem at prices as low as Eastern houses nearly as cheap as printed cards. $2 including the Copper Plate, from which duplicate orders will be filled at only $1.50 per hundred. This price is for name only. Each additional line, 50 cents extra. ,V- r' FINE ART JOB PRINTING & In all its branches executed promptly and in the finest style of the Ar...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

VS JT5 ' "sV FoFallSXR EPER oPM9PERM TIMES " Vol. 4. NO. 20 Lincoln, Nkduaska, SatCuday, Jvnb i0, I88O. Twtcuvic Paobs, Pkicic Pi VIC ClCNTS I J r J ! ft r. r ELIZABETH ZANE. TU dauntless pioneer maiden1 name h feMcribed In (old on Uie aeroU of Fame; m'u the lassie who knew no fear t When the tomahawk gleamed on the far frontier. It defed of daring shoula win renown, X as honor this damiel of Wheeling town, Who4 brand the aavsjro with deep disdain Srlfht eyed, buxom EUaabeth Zane. Twos mora than a hundred years ago, They were close beset by the dusky foe; , They had ttfent of powder their scanty store. And who the gauntlet should run for more? fee sprang to the portal and shouted, "I; Tie better a girl than a man should diet y loss would be but the garrison's gala Unbar the gate I" said Elizabeth Zone. The powder was sixty yards away, Around her the foemen In ambush lay; a she darted from shelter they gazed with awe. Then wildly shouted, "A squaw I" "A squaw I" She neither swerved t...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

firnin Gjtftif ip!i",rm iyigvS'f y;j"-ti-yf -j Twr ' i ' "tsfsi - -,r ' "7 -' CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889. s . sua. Sin, IF ' l ' Z FINE : ART : STUDIO 1 114 O street. Axnmluc sample o( our work before sritcrlno; elsewhere. Cabinet Photograph induced (rotu $4 10 $3 per dozen WAITED! Everybody to examine the plans and standing of the Un ion Central Life Insurance Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, before insuring. It has the lowest continuous death rate of any company. Realizes the highest rate of interest on in vested assets which enables it to pay large dividends, Policies incontestiblo a n d non-forfoitabto after third year. The Union Central issues endowment policies at ordi nary life rates; these policies arc now maturing and being paid in from one to two years earlier than time estimated by the company. They protect the family and estate during the younger ycairs of life, and the insured in old age at regu lar life rates. Other desirable policies issued. Call on us...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

"ffij -tj m,'v t "rfSr" ' -" Jjpi "" r K TTt CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889 . 1 iO.' u w ( THE MIGHTIEST WEAPON. TALMAGE'S TOPIC AT THE BROOKLYN TABERNACLE. "The Mlghtlrit Wrnpon In the Gospel" Hit Subject anil IIli Text the Words I There In None Like lliitt) Givo It Me." The Uiiausl Largo Amlleoce. DllOOKI.YN, Jlllie '. It 1M tllU exjieotn tlon of the Kov. T. DeWItt TiiIiiiiik, I). 1., to preach nt Kort Worth, Tcxu. to day, but lie was unable to reach that city, ho preached tliN evening to the usual large nudleiico ut the Tnlieniucle. Ills text m I Hauuiel xxj Ol "There Ik none like thnt; give It me," The preacher wild: David (led from his pursue Tlio world run very font when It Is chasing a good man. The country It trying to catch David, and lay him. David goes Into the houso of a priest, and asks him for a sword or spear with which to defend himself. Tlio priest, not being accustomed to uso deadly u capons, tolls David that ho cannot supply him; but suddenly the pr...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

1. CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889. bt t" n O Bound to Take the Lead MON A RCH Gasoline STOVES, Do not foil to ea them before buy hitf. ANomyllnioi REFRIGERATORS and ICE CREAM FREEZERS. FRANK E. LAHR 936 l Street. North Side P. O. Square. MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, 238 South Eleventh Street. STILL THEY GO AT LIVE AND- Let Live PRICES. Everything in our im mense stock, we told jou several weeks since, and would still inform you, wc will sell at prices which have never been made before in the line of Dress Goods, Silks, Sateens, Batiste, Chal- lies, Lawns, Zephyr Ging t hams, Seersuckers, India Linens, Prints, Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Swiss and Hamburg Embroider ies and Flouncings, Parasols Silk Umbrellas, Handker chiefs, Fans, Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Sheetings, Hosiery, Gloves, Under wear, Corsets, Bed Spreads, in fact everything we carry in our Dr.y Goods Depart ment. Remember, we lead in PRICES on GROCER IES. Price our goods and you will find BARGAINS. L. MEYER...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

i I inn i i i .. - j T r. ; " ' ' ' , , --- t Trrr-'vwtvi' mmmitmrwwf't if Trr-4 )mmimimmjmt'uuJMn)maiHi'-miim . trur: -i : V fTSv f if ?p 5r If cr '. . W AMERICA'S Published through The American Press Association, by permission of 2', B. Harms cfi C.t ff TllUMPKTS. gfeg Can Vtgore. m ES spzinz 1. 600 whom our ban-nor, fo 2. Bring up our chll-dren, hn - B. II all to tho ban-nor that Mix 1ij Hlinlt Tliou T.iihor. That's what Semnions is doing, but ho and 'Ills clerks rest on tho seventh. It In nRwrUnl that his Is tho only clothing houso In Lincoln that Is closed on Sunday. Beiuiuous hns set tho paco In a great many ways, but no nielli odof his is inoro worthy adoption than thk 'if all clothing Btores would close on Bunilay leoplo would scon learn to buy on Bntunlny. Tho proprietors as well as their clerks ought tohavoono day's rest In the week. Their hours nro long enough during six days. They twill lo happier, live longer and make nbout ins much money if they will all shut up on .Su...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

t'R .VTjVptl-TH 'J 1 r i'i" t-! fw ',gfr""'""''"'' CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889. !o Fremont, Elkhorn & Mo. Valley pyOpcrntc nnd con troU It own service between .'. LINCOLN, NBIJ., and OMAHA, CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, SIOUX CITY MINNEAPOLIS anii ST. PAUL. ' Through Tickets mid Paggsgn Checked to fell points In United States unit Canada. Vestibule Hlcejiers, I'aIMIaI Dining Com nml Union Depots, CITY TICKET OITICKl 115 ftouth 10th lrfrt, Lincoln OKO. N. FOItKHMAN, Agent. M. 0. tH'KT, J. It. lll'CIUNAN, (Irneral M'grr. (len'l Pass, Ag't OMAHA, NO. ON SALE o .ajcXj PRINCIPAL POINTS EAST, WEST, NORTH and SOUTH AT 1044 O STREET. FAST MAIL ROUTE ! 2 DAILY TRAINS - 2 TO Atchison, Leavenworth, St. Joseph.Knnsas City, St. Louis and all points South, East anil Went. The direct line to Ft. Scott, Parsons, Wichita, Hutchinson and nil principal point In Kansas. The only road to the Great Hot Springs ol Arkansas. 1'ullmas Sliebpers and Frek Reclining Chair Cars an all trains. H. 6. ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

ff-fifT" niiipMP?qfiy'' mt T' n -vi t T"wnCrf ' -r, ff? n,vM'" " (! -'h7 w Ft &. iy K I Kf 5 I m Roberts & Co, 212 North nth Street, Undertakers andEmbalmers. HHF BMWBBT Telephones. Office 145. Residence 1 56 Open Day and Night. E. T. ROBERTS, Manager, UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ! Over a Million Distributed. I E!K.I 1 Louisiana State Lottery Comp'y. Incorporated by tlio Legislature for Kdu catlonal nml Charltahto purpo'cs, and IIh -f ranchlso made a part of tint present stale constitution In 1871) by tin overwhelming iop uliirvoto. Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take fllace Semi Annually June and Decem ber), and Its Grand Single Number Draw. Ings take nlacc In cacti of the other ten months of the year, and arc all drawn In public, at the Academy of Music, New Orleans, La. J'AMIMI Hilt TVi:STV YKAltS. Tor Integrity or It Untn Inn, mill I'rompt 1'ayiiifiit or Prize., attested us lollnws: "Wo do hereby certify that we supervise tho arrangements for nit the Monthly and Hcml-Aiimml Drawings ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

"''WfJM ""'' ''" "" "tfi'iwiw'wf " ''"y "wyw';iw fi'MMiniiin.n a mn.ti.M .11,1 llliluni'in)in.iil i,r,illw...,.iU t hi ..,, ., my,, CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889 n4pMafflWMHfMIPMWMHW rO S? JT . fc V JOPULATIOR OF LINCOLN, 60,000, Sttnrdaj Evening, June 29, '89 mr 10th an.) f itr. Dry Gtoods and Carpets. TAKE NOTICE) The CovniKH will not I rrionlhla for any debt made by nny one In it name, tin lea K written order acconianl( the mim, Iiroiwrly signed. Ij. Wkkskl, Jr PropY. Herpolsheimer & Go. ALL NEXT WEEK SASH RIBBON SALE 30 Cts. and Upward. Th Courier Can la Found At Windsor Hotel New Htand. Capital Hotel Now HUnil. Udell's Dining Hall Now Hlnnit. Clason A Fletcher', 10 Houth nth Btrcet. A. T. Lemlng A Co'., 1100 O Htreel. Tli Gotham New Bland, JIM Houth 11th Ht. Keith Hnx,. Ill Noitli 11th Htrcet. Ed. Young, lsX O Htrect. Baton AHmltb, U0 " Diamond Pharmacy," Kth and N HU westerflsld'a barber shop, lturr block. Children's Flannel WAISTS AND BLOUSES LADIES Silk a...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

yi (St ' ' '-i7lJf,j r "t r-5 r . PoFallAR- mPER'opMPDERN -TIMES " Vol A. No 29 Lincoln, Nbbkaska, Saturday, Junu uo, l880.-Tvtcuvic Paoiss. SUPPLEMENT ?ii" -"fJipT?' PjaSgjggVW Qr&V - Vss -gfcb.0.o:ft.o.ft.o.i.B.k2jr-r--v -i .. ... r-wfrgj S - SaMEi ' 4&' rlK3 New York's Flrmt Fourth. Knowledge of the act and a copy of the Declaration of Independence reached Now York on tho Wh of July. Orders were given to have- the brigade formed on tho parade grounds at 0 o'clock in tho afternoon. With in a hollow square, which occupied what is now tho city hall park, lctween the city ball and tho postofllce building, Washington sat on horseback, whllo one of his aids road the document that declared tho colonics free and independent states. The soldiers welcomed the announcement with cheers, thoro was general rejoicing throughout the city, and the poor debtors wero released from prison to join In tho festivities. The Marvelous Suceces. Tho constitution of the United States now virtually r...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

"Ef .UWWMIi A.: iglTlv.wKJ3WJW6 wmaffln rTpTFtr v'1'' y in , 7 10 yoimsc leave; of th-i trws looked no green us though they worn junt mm ling. Tito bird scorned to know that It wiw .1 gain day, nnd sang their merriest tongs. Nowliorc did thoy nlng more merrily tlinn ntnong tho branches of the black heart cherry troo that stood guard over tho vlllngo rectory. Thoy must havo known that thin was tho wedding day of their kind friend, tho rector' daughter who fed thorn ovory morning with crumbs of brand. IiihIiIu tho rectory all was pleasurable excitement, Tho welding wan to tako placoutlO o'clock, mid tlio jjnxm waa to'mcct tho brldo at tho altar, Tho bridesmaids ppent tho night at tho houso, that thoy might ho with thobrido an long ns oslblo before lluilr Html separation. By half past 0 thoy woro all dressed and ready to enter church. Amy never looked Hweotor and prettier than In her pure while ilrom and orange blossoms. Tho bishop of tho dloccso and Dr. Hay Km woro In tho vim try room...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

-.1 $? ': wt u f1' i' - fc- ft 5 j ft. fw; out tnoso who were proved to bo ngrco oblo traveling companions. Hush spent A good deal of his tlmo In writing lottors to Ilclcn that ho never intended to send, And iti scaling them with tho forbidden oal. Tho amount of comfort ho extracted from this Imaginary corrcspondoneo was jcalJy astonishing. CHAPTER XXIII. KRIVED in London, tho first thing Rush did af tor omrac- lng lodgings was to call upon his ' chief. IIo found Mr. I'luinmott iu an amiablo framo of mind and dis nosed to bo vorv iriondly. Rush learned afterwards that his chiefs good humor and accessibility on this occasion woro a lucky accldont. At another timo ho might havo been un Approachable but on this particular nftorncon something had happened to put hltn in a good humor and Rush got tho benefit of it. Jolin Caspar Plummctt was a peculiar man. IIo was Uio son of a very ablo father, and had inherited a fortune and a newspaper. Asa young tuau ho had boon Tory wild, and at fort...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 29 June 1889

HffmwvMVHHHiMMnvMiiininvnHvnHRi "T,'5v"r 12 ' . ' t :'.'K 1. ".": Vrtjiftk V .4' V ' ' i'iff.W'.f , It it. .(J V ( St fr" " k'."t'4t!! N - 'NJ 1 4 . ' .x":; K ( n-' . v 1 & -' , -r i.'i .t''. f A r SfU' ,) 4 f. iy; '- - - '. ''Si'" HkscT'' " ' .'- $L- h -' . - it i. v vi ;'. '1. !SiiiT.JSBi3 El .....tS.rl..T..i "i-j? I V..'F.j-...,.. -.., J .1 f W WTO BM.M v;:?wT?CApITAL CITY COURIJER, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889. f t i 9 . ,:'rJ .' ' i ' ' V,' ' I 4. , -" .V 1 ', ,M-: sii.ff.:'5BflSaa: '-te,. K .. - ' ; : 1 t ' !. V SKlTO C" ' " , fji t ," yV. .. , t , j. -.;,,.,. a;, . , ,, .;.. t. A'.i t'j?: . 1. f . ' A-, 8y? r . J , . , ... Mi r, . , . ,."WX3MtM.MTI. ' - . .. ..'." -'t ,, . , , Est -tTi: u . K " i" ' il. " ! ' ." ' V il . , ' ... .'.. w - j v 1. -j nkttacrii'j'Binu . a. i.. . i i i ? ,- - - i - . : vU .ir .;?.:,'':.':'"-' . . ,.v- v "." -v. j.' -r, 'j.-'v ' v- -- v(;'" -. ' V"' . : ... a pi:'.: ' . I ,rT ,!. .ftU-j; ..;.. V .5 '.'i'.f. ... r.. ;M,,.,v''-.f:r;J V'f4-! "; ".:- -f...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 6 July 1889

' PT t "' 1- "- ,-y. V "'fC OOb'OOUw iw t.A.fk.a.fB.fsk.aTt.aTft.tfaiaJ 'A-PoPdJUXR' RPEK'oFM9PCRM TIMES " Voi 4. No. 30 Lincoln, Nbdkaska, Satuhday, July O, 1880. Pwiou: Fivic OiCNTa Csfc TT- G? Ji&rXt:b . .- .(iilW . 94f7iW snmMCT&"rA( fcfSK5?Kkt(. 4AOJ Jt . WiTW'riffcAftfeSlft 1B1HH8M8S IflMsTO VS -SSS"' r ... - ... r,- t" i i !! i it'Trr It ' t i " i . BYE THE BYE. Atlastl' Prof. Irving J. Mnnntt, of thin city, exchancellor of tho Stato University, has been appointed Consul at Athens, lie was a candidate for minister to Greece, but while the consular npiHlnttnent was a surprise It will doubtless be ngreeoble. Pres ident Harrison Is quoted ns saying Hint tho endorsement of Mr. Mnnntt for the mission wni very strong, and ho wns not surprised that tlmt gentlcmnn's friends considered It ns nil but irresistible; but the president dwelt upon tho jKilltlcal pressure brought to benr U(Kn lilm. He nppoluted Louden Sowdcn of Pennsylvania to tho mission. This Is i cgord ed among th...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 6 July 1889

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 6. 1889. &?V FINE : ART : STUDIO, M O Hrect. AxAtnlne wuvple ordering elsewhere. ot our work before Cabinet I'liatorapht $3 per tloxen reduced from $j to WAITED! Everybody to examine the plans and standing of the Un ion Central Life Insurance Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, before insuring. It has the lowest continuous death rate of any company. Realizes the highest rate of interest on in vested assets which enables it to pay large dividends. Policies incontcstibla n n d non-forfoitabfa after third vcar. The Union Central issues endowment policies at ordi nary life rates; these policies arc now maturing and being paid in from one to two years earlier than time estimated by the company. They protect the family and estate during the younger years of life, and the insured in old age at regu lar life rates. Other desirable policies issued. Call on us or write for plans. J, M. EDM18TOX, State Avtnt. 0. L, MKSIlWlt, A$t. State Agtnt. a. t. vumKi.Lr, ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 6 July 1889

CAPITAL CJTY COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1889. 3 t R I HOW TO MAKE FMENDS. DR. TALMAQE SAYS IT IS A SACRED AND DIVINE ART. Friendship nn Altogether Different Thing fnun Ocutiillty Throwing tlio Mnutto of Clmrlty Over tlio Defects In Others Tlio Tntuo of Nnhlo rrlotuU. BnooKLYN, Juno SO. At tlio Tabernacle this morning, fitter tlio pastor, tho Itov. T. Do Witt Tnlniaco, D. D., bad mado mi expo sition of a jK-usngo of Scrlpturo, tlio congrc cation, led by cornot and organ, Bang tho bynin beginning: Now I bavo found a friend, Jesus U mlna. Dr. Talmago's subject was "How to Mako Friends," and his text lYovcrbs xvlll, JM: "A man tbat bath friends must show hltnsolf friendly." Ho saldi About tbo sacred and dlvlno art of making and keeping friends 1 speak a subject ou which 1 novor beard of any ono preaching and yotQod thought it of enough (niportauco to put It in thomlddloof tho II I bio, tbeso writings of Solomon, bounded on ono sldo by tho popular Pbahnsof David and on tho other by tho w...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 6 July 1889

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