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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 8 July 1893

:mww ' WQfpmiWVV vwtww '"$?' ' fflyrs?wy 'wf ' fW' Morning Courier. VOLUME 8, iNO. 11. IMNGOLN, NhUIASK, SATURDAY, lUlrY 8, 1893. 'HIGH FIVK GENTS .ijr -r x.'""T'. y?Tr"-"nnmijyrf TyaFSEMWr'''' VjKi SATURDAY 1 iBi l w fiVlSK . MM t:.-jrtrtn TWm' "urai'ia SSK fivMV-S .sr.V n w IW;.' .n. i f '111 v r .' I IN TOPICS Hardly it week passes but some con vention or assembly in hold in Lincoln. Hundreds t strangers viHit thi! state house ovi'ry wk mill r thlH number probably not one fuiln to notice thi' abandoned pile or stone and brick, id Thirteenth and Ii HtreetH that wan to be the new conservatory of music Halt finished buildings in u pretentious city like Lincoln are like ho many tombstones in the way of progress. A stranger who observes an abandoned building of thin sort is apt to carry away with him un , pleasant ideas of Lincoln's unprogreB sivoncsBor lack of thrift. The necessity for doing something with thisunflnlshed buildinL' 'ib ahnoHt hh uriront iifl was the demand for the res...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 8 July 1893

"iJPB. sWJ WWf ".-WflPf criSrflr t1 (fCSe-V-f ""artw Tftl' rvMf-s 1V &' V "" A' THB SATURDAY MOBWVINTO OOCttMER U Is- ft . fl m u Mimm-lle Mnllt'. A beautiful homo wedding occurred Sunday afternoon nt tint homo of Itov. and MrnM.Dii Motto, 0I7 North Four teonth street. Tim contracting parties were their daughter Miss Ijiicllc.iind Mr. Krwl K.Mooro.nnd thoeorenioiiy wiw jicr formed by Hov. C. 0. Imaby I). I., after thn ceremony of thn M. K. church. The young couple Hindu a striking and blind nomo appearance ax they entered tin parlors, the bride attired Inn Iwiuitlrul gown of cream nlbutniHS,trlmined In paint Iwo, nml Hiipstrtcd hy her Hindi of honor Miss .lennnotto who looked Miry pretty In u milt of blue mull, trimmed In pale hhm chllTon luce, with gloves and slippers to match. Tim groom's best man wiih l)r. Ilort Lnttu of Coiner unb versify. The lirhlo Ih u charming young lady and hatt a largo circle of warm friends in this city ami the groom Is u prominent young InmincHriiuan...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 8 July 1893

"TV i this atxjki:qay morning courier Ai THE First fmm Bank. O AND TENTH 8THEKTS. Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. OFKICKHMi E. 8. llAicwooft, I'rrniilent. Cli Ad. A. Hanna, Vicii I'reildotit. K. M.('(hik, ('"'lilrr. ('. H. I.irriNtdTT, AulMatit Cmdilor. II. 8. Kkkkhan, AulMant Cariiicr. 101 LINCOLN, NEB. GAPITAU, $250,000.00. OfflriTR Hint lllrrrtor. Ioiin II. WmuiiT, I'reiddcnt. T. K. 8ANDi:UH, Vlcn President, J. II. MiC'lay, filthier. r E. Joliwon, II. 1'. Lnn, Tho. IVicliTnn, E. 11. Slier. T. W. Lowrcy, V. I.. Da j Inn. General Banking Business Transacted. OltXECTIONS A Sl'l.CIALTY. I. M. lUlMONl), 1'rciddcnt. 1). E. TlKIMI'KON. Vlco President. S. II. lll'IINIIAM, CUIIl(lT. I). (I. WlNO, Assistant Cashier, HlclnrJi' lituck, Cornet lUtvcntli ani O St. OH. LINCOLN, NEB. Ccillt, ibuso,ooo. PiBiXTonn I. SI. lfnjmoinl, Lewi (IroKory, S. II. lliirnlinm. T. V. Lowery, ('. (I. Ditwiw, , M. Morrill. A. .1. Siiwjit, E. K. llrnwn, r. . Little, t. V. Itumlinm, (1. M. Lmnbertson, 1). E....

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 8 July 1893

HsaMlK "nww"; WfFQr ' mm1 "w wwr'" riaRB V xfibJ ciAiJitoAYoKtxiBiro couribh 0 It Y. Jt1. SKTURMYMORNWGGOURIER SjbuI'S' ts' PUBLISHED 8ATU(IDXYSv lit Till) COUKIBU PUBLISHING 60. L. Wksski,, Jr., W. Morton Hwtii, President and Mannirer, Secret itrjr nml Treasurer, HnslncssOfllroliaiO Hirer!., I'lionn EVl. c - - a t r -jr TaWMi OP aUBBOniPTIONt Thk Coi'hikm, ono )enr, In mlrntico. . ,tt.m Hliimmtli i u . . !" Tlinv inoiitlip,. . ......... i M OORRtaPONDBNOC. font rlhut Inn nml nil rnmiimiilontlimi relit (Ui to new nml rdltorlnl uintlir should bo nil dressi-di Tntlinwlltnr. , All hindneM Irllorx nml remittances should bo addressed to TiiKt'ouaiKn Puiii.isiiimi ( o., Lincoln, Nob. Drafts, checks mill ikwIoIHcii orders should ho indor.n)nlile In tlio order or MiocumpMiy. TICK (ll)UKIKIt I'lMlMHIIINtl DO. W. MORTON SMITH, KDiTon, In I.khh than, u month thoro will lie a Hpeclul HiHlon of congreHH, ami It will Iw ono of the iiiohI notalilu Hpoulnl hi-h-alons over held. In tackling thn llnn...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 8 July 1893

w THE SATURDAY MORNING COUKIEJR a ? I-1 t ! fine FlrriNa foot weak ., o Tin: , . WbRLU'8 PAIR. Y(ii: will MUhvh find n jjrcut lino to Rcli'i from ftt our ntnro. All tho very I iitex hIiaih'I and desiRus In tho numt eotn.oithbhj kml ciinU'Ht tltttug. Tiuis hi Oxfo&d, Onlttrs, mill MueherH itml nil the other mtbhy elfeotH. WISDSTEU A. UODCIEUS. 10l:i O. street. Kynitml K.irMiirwon. , V : W. L. Dayton, ouullnt ami aurlHt, No. '.XVI O Btrout, Utmnln, Xeli. lluw'i. Thlt Wo offer P100 reword for unv caso or Catarrh that cannot ho cured by Hall's Catarrh Cun'. ' . V, .7. CHENEY ,1 CO., 1'ropH., Toh-tlo, O. Wo tho umli'ntfcm'ri httvo known F. .1. Cluvvvfor tho Inst 15 yews, anil ho liov lilin perfectly honorablo in all him OKHtruiiHuctloiitUintl llniineltilly alilo to ( irry out any obligation miido by their linn. Wixt fc Tiiuax, Wliolewilo Driifrulntp, Toledo. O. Wamhno, Ki.n.nan A M.ut vt, Whohwilo DhiKKiHtd Toledo, O. 'ill'a Catarrh Cumin taken internally, i i ur directly upon the bl...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 8 July 1893

,)', - w V BV A V &'? -A- !-7 HJM V4T JV rMOWAr sftftuy tMni. mm. av a, mita . sua V BtSMfc ieaeSMSat with VHe. IiTsplte of Uie etnthatlo protest of Mr. lira Ifoeelrtn reirard to the invulner ability of hi affection, it wu quite noticeable that, hvinR mounted the rep, he took the opportunity of survey ing kit warlike undersise in the short aiirrorof the ranch window and actu ally pMaed hi short Angers through hi canty look aa he sank down in the hurarlon reclining chair. A small hand kerchief with polk dot ono of those ietkatetriie that femininity affect waa crumpled up in the fur of the great bnffeVorobe. Ik took it op cnrcleeely. Itwaa redolent of a delicate iwrfumo and pleasantly suggested the owner. Ho raked it reverently to hie lips. "We don't get very much of this Ma Mat in our profession," ho soliloquised, "kvt It's humanlsin and makes a inanre BtMnber who he is." Re became strangely quiet, and his hard, steel blno eyes took on a softer look a the faint odor woke a chord ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 8 July 1893

ri 'THE) SATURDAY MORNING COURIBJH :' u !' fi A T On!; the Scars Rtimin. A.'.morg tho many testimonials which I sec l.i regard to certain medicines perform lug tares, clennslns tho blood, etc.," writes llr:.:tr Hudson, of tho James Smith Woolen Machinery Co., Philadelphia, Pa., "nonu Impress mo more than My own case. Twenty years ngo, at the ago of is yoars, 1 had swellings come on my legs, which broke and I became, running sore. Uur family iihyslclauconld do me no good, nnd It was feared that tho bones would bo affected. At last, I my good old mother wrgrd ma to try Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I took threo bottle, tho sores healed, and I havo not been troubled since. Only the cars remain, nnd thn memory of tho past, to remind me of tho srooil A jot's Bartaparllla has don me. I now vclgh two hundred and twenty pounds, nnd r 'i In the best of health. I havo been on tho I for tho past twelve yean, havo noticed . ir'n Sarsaparllla ndxertlscd In nil parts . l!:i United States, nnd alwas tako p...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 8 July 1893

W- ""ffwa WPStWv MaW.'.' "U b- 1 THB SATURDAY MORNING COUHIBR ryw .! -Ti t ' ' M t 1 1 1- V , ''' iPES Carnar I Oth and P ttrwarta. Arn now liiiwltic n lnw lino of In erery ilrimrtmrtit, DKE8S HOOKS, LINENS, UNDKHWKAlt, HOSIERY, KID OLOVE8 ami KIMIONH, A Specialty. Agents (or Buttorlek h Patterns. II. R. NlMMley X? Co Tlir Courier run Ho Kniimt nl Hotel Lincoln Noun Stand. Windsor Hotel NoWs Stand. Cupltul Hotel Ncwh Htanil. Bed Dude Clgur Store, 1(W0 0 St. Ed. Young, 1207 O St. Cluson, Fletcher & Co., 1120 O St. Moore's Nowb Stand, 118 So. 11th St. CnuuiKii Office, It'll O St. CiimIuo Clgnr Store, lilth and O StH. SUMMBR STYLB DUNLHP HBT JVOW II. XV. 1. DenniM ci Co. lm O Street. Not Ire. She undertlsnerf lirrehy rIvm not loo Mint it I nut to rtKniilbl( for or pay nny debt In curred by employe, oseriit IIhmo (or which an order It siren ierniinl)y tlsnod liv II, Thin rule u InuM-rntlro. Courier Vt'ii. Co. Lincoln, Nun., Mnp tut, INU. Whltebrcast Coul und Lhno Co. Bathing carta a...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 15 July 1893

i"V. O , itri':' MiiWl 1 . ' ' ' Saturday ''1L f wfc Cotiriif. i , 4 : ' " .' .' - .... ,1 . . . 1 1 . 1 ' VOLUME 8, NO. 32. UINGOLN, NUBRA8KA, SATURDAY, JUUY 15, 1893. PRIGB FIVB GENT ! h M I tr 1 10 One of (ho most interesting features tit the Chautauqun assembly nt Crete, which closed yesterday, was the school for practical newspaper work. For some reason or other the ideas of young Amer ica very largely turn to journalism. There is a wide-spread desire among the youth of both sexes to enter the news jmper business; henco it was not sur prising that when Will Owen Jones, of the State Journal, and W. E. Hurdy, state secretary of the Chautauqua lit erary and scientific circle, decided to utilize this youthful inclination toward newspaper work for tho establishment of a miniature newspaper office on tho grounds of the. assembly, nnd tho issu ance of a daily paper covering tho events of tho Chautauqua assembly, their plan met with instantaneous success. Tho attendance at the assembly...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 15 July 1893

fPBpWW15 ?PWPPinfnpppPi '. r THE ATUROAY 2tfORBst-0- COURIER n m wjmwwmfwm9' H v -y (V, i' y v f V t's n 61RGLE8 Those who minister to tho social fit ment In Lincoln nro courageous; Imt the warm weather of tho past two weeks Km repressed enthusiasm to such hii vitent that to nil npenritnccaM!tity in In a comatose state. Indoor parties nro now quite out of tho question, mul for minn reason lnwn fete arc mvt Hpulnr. It In too hot to ilcntu and couch, In fact, It linn Imh'H too hot to do anything but ntny nt homo nnd nlixlc. Thoro In nil Increasing exodus to Chi cago. In fact, It nctMiin un though half 'ofono'n Huninliitnnci'njiro at tho fair, i nnd tho ncn nhoro and tho nioiintiiinn havo attraelcd tholr quota. Tlio ntay. at-homes are getting ready to go away, or are waiting for tho tlmo for tholr departure to como nroimd, and thoy arc perfectly willing to ronialn quiet. ,Of nil kinds ot social functlonn, wed dings nlono necm to bo beyond tho In fluence or the woathor. July wedding nro...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 15 July 1893

Npa THB SATURDAY OIMJIBilO COURIER -f1 !V '"K.r i Mr. 11. A. Scott him gone to (luthrlc, O.T. Mr. F.C. Kent left Tuesday for Clutli rie O. T. Mrs. Mi L. Jones departed for Chicago Monday. Mr. W. J. Comstook left for Chicago Tuesday. Mr. Thomufl Hyde is sightseeing at tin world's fair. Hishop Ilonncum Riont tlifl past week in St. Louis. Mr. h. Westormnn left last Sunday for St Louis. Mr. M. K. Howard has gone to llur lingtou, Iowa. Colonel E. It. Sixer him returned from the world's fair. Horn To Mr. and Mr. J. CI. P. Hildo brand, u daughter. Mr. Frank L. Hathaway returned from Chicago Saturday. Mips Salllo Cox left during the week for the world'B fair. Mr. F. C. Fisko returned Thursday from the world's fair. Mrs, P. V. M. Raymond was at Crete through tho assembly. Mrs. E. E. Hrown left for the Colum hian exposition Tuesday. Miss Fannie Newman is enjoying the beauties of tho White City. Miss Cora Talbot returned from a visit to tho world's fair Tuesday. MissNeole Ogdon.of Council Bluf...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 15 July 1893

THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER ft in? W '.'., I Yil - - -s. w -r tt PUILISHED SATURDAYS COURIER PUBLISHING 60, ilXLImiU'l L t Wml, Jr., W, Mosthn Hmitk, rronlilnnl Mini Marianor. Hocrolary nml Triiiiror, MtMlnMi Offim 1131 0 Htraot. Plione aa. tirmi or suMommoN: Tub Cotmiss, one jrca.r, In ailTanro, ..,.., ..13.00 Mimentht.. .,.,,.,,.. 1.00 anteo monthA,,,. ,,, ,,, ,,,, W OOARMPONDINOI. Centrlnullnni anil nil common' 'atlona tela (lr to nnw unit nlllorlnl iwiltM Jioulil Im ail 4rfaali, To tha editor. . .. , ,. All burinem Ipttprn and rrmlttanrM ilimtltl Im aciilrcMml lo Tnr Courikr I'uhi.hbinii to,, Lincoln. Nrtv Drafli, checks and ixMlnltlrii orarra tiotiltl bo mmlo pajralilu to the order of the company. TDK COUHIKK I'Ulll.tHIHNtl CO. W. MORTON IMITH, IDITOS. WHAT FOOI.N, KTC. In vn.w tit the ulnumt titter IndiuYr hco of tho public, ftirthor comment mi tho Mosher ease Ib, itorhnps, uncalled for. Tho manner in which tho peoplo lmvo regarded this cnso from tho vory first in romtirkahlo...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 15 July 1893

'"$SWR THE A1MJRIAY IVIOKIVIIVO COURIER I 1 V t II Continued f mm Eighth Page.) ugreomont by Dick Roche, on iimtnic tionn from MoAulltTo by cabin from Lon don whoro Jack In now with Churllo Mitchell. Tho HiKiiliiK of thin mutch will create not h littlo wonderment among pcojilo who know tho relative records, attitinmeittn and agon of tho mm. Tho hint time tho two conilmtantB met In tho rlntf they cumo together ut 1!18 poundfl, and after a desperate tight of forty-BOven rounds tho Urooklyn lay won. Carroll claims that ho won tho light-weJRht championHhip of tho world by defeating Ulakelock at tho weight limited of that class, lli-'i imiuihIh and that ho Htill retains tho titlo. Tho match made now is tho result of Carroll's challenge issued a week ago and which wuh cabled to McAulitTo in Lon don. ON THE DIAMOND. tii diiko null situation. Chifim.itl correRiK)i)deut to the Sporting irs-Buys: "Tho warm July sun and tl. rattle of tho sintill boy's tire crackors llti in tho Reds struggling ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 15 July 1893

abiTE HA'ruiimAY morkio courier if , 1 1 1 4-. , .'t t r. 3 ' few&..t Jio' NiT 1 '.S JIT n w w"r t-r uy. rival, abandoned his own exertions ii'ton tho violin. Ho viewed tlio advent of tin nult.tr with suspicion mul commented upon It witli cynicism. Apparently he recognized In tlio soft harmonies Cyn. thlu's deft fliiKoro struck from tlio strings a dangerous ally to sentiment. Alcldes, as wo havo neeii, wan a foo to roitiunce, ot seamstress r.ml milliner. There it an ! ot coquetry to tho man at licr vide. A n.ncli iiromenuding in the slnjlo bust Hess street of tho littlo village, indulged , In no ulnilessly as to give tho observer , tlio general Impression of a rehearsal. , lint it wan apparent that fcininino carl oMty culminated rapid intcrchuugo of hostilities passed between tho ladies in a discriminating survey of one another's costumes, which wax more expressive than word?. Mis) Bertha Maverick, with Bupercillos eyo lids and defiant nestrlls, re-enforced hct loss aggressive c...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 15 July 1893

ULl' "I13L". T THB SATURDAY MORlVIBsTO COURIER I A Gentleman lTho formerly r9ltet In Connecticut, but h now resiles In Honolulu, writes t "For ao yours past, my wifa nn J 1 linvc used Ayer's Hnlr Vigor, and wo attribute to it the datk Imlr which the and I now have, while nun. dreds cf our acquaint ances, ten or a doxen yeai)oinigcrthnnwe, arc either pray-hcaded, whlli', or Liilil. When asked how our hair has retained lis color tiinl fullness, we reply, 'V.y tneu.se of Ayer's ilnlr Vigor-nothing else.'" "Inl8C8,mynffliincid u nearly bald, nnd the hnlr kept f.ill Ing out o v e r y d n y. I Induced licrtouso Ayer's ""air Vigor, and very soon, It not only ch tied nny further loss of hnlr, lut produce ' sin entirely new growth, which has remained luxuriant and glossy to this day. I can recommend this preparation to all In need of it pcnulns halr-rcstorer. It It all that It Is cl.i!ned to be.' Antonio Alarrun, Jiastrop, Tea. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Dr. T. O'Connor, (Bnccsssor to Dr. Charles Sun...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 15 July 1893

V THB SATURDAY l U. t . SUMMBR STYLB BUHLflP HUT NOW IN. tm O Street. The Courier run He Found at Hrttcl Lincoln Newa Stand. Windsor Hotel Newa Stand. Capital Hotel Newa Stand. Red Dudo Cigar Store, Jiuu u si. Bil. Young, ISM O St. Claaon, Fletcher A Co.. 1190 O 81. Mooro'a Newa Stand, 11H So. 11th St. Courirh Office, 1191 OBI. Casino Cigar Store, l.'Hh nntl O Bta. Nollrr. The unlcrlnl Iwrr-hr alvei notice tlint.lt 111 not ho rrriHintiiiii Jl nut ) rwiMiiiMlile for or my any "V 1)1 Hi pt ln curral. by l by pmlorr, ezcMit t Iiimw for which Uultrn tiPMonnlly lwiwl by It. Tl Imtirntfro. rnuaua Ha. Co, hlrh nn fmtoUtmriitfp "Ci Lincoln, Neb., Mnjr It, IMW. nWr Till! Fura stored at F. E. Voclker'a. Whltcbrcaat Coal and Llmo Co. Bathing cap at Rector Pharmacy. Lincoln Frame and Art Co., 225 South Eleventh. Althea toilet preparatories at Rector' Pharmacy. Jeckcll Bros. Tallore, 110 north Thlr teenth atreet. David P. Blme, dentist, rooms 42 and 43 ,Burr block. fry Club Hotiao coffee, .nono ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 22 July 1893

?r .'. I Vt JU .-; ; ; UX tfi - i VOLUME 8, NO. 33. UINGOLN, NRBRASKA, SATURDAY, JUbY 22, 1893. PRI6B FlVB GENTS u.' : Saturday Courier: II Iron bare do not n prison make, and all the Bftfoininnld that are thrown ,. around the banking business still lcnvo it one of tho mosthnznrdousoccupntlons in which men cun engage. Bnnka de pend for tholr security, on their own strength and tho conlldonco of the public. To bo Bccuro thoy must liuvo both. And experience has mndo it up parent that tho public conildcnco is most easily shaken. Did you over realize tho extent to which hunks nro at tho mercy of tho public or of Indivi duals? Almost any man can start a dis astrous run on tho most flolld institution by a few words dropped hero and there. Jn fact tho mere remark "I understand thero Ih a run on tho bank" it enough to start a run in earnest. After a great deal of civilizing and education of different Borts, pcoplo aro still very much likoshocp. They go in droves and aro turned this way or t...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 22 July 1893

vm i v Ok .V ' i, "' L THE TIME TO LOVE. I met sweet Phyllis In the spring, Whea all the fields had burst In Moon, .Aas alt ths birds como back to sing ' Away the winter's grief and gloomt Aad Phyllis oh, wm not she falrf An. vcrr fiUr, with gentle eyes Aad thrA1n of snnlhtht for her hair, AMI laughing H formed Cupldwlse, I ssggert hsr to be mlno, and thlt It what the Mill, with mUn demurei I "Tie spring It not the time to kit. ' Tie beet in manner time, I'm tare, for then the dreamy ilsys are long, And we cn lie beneath the treet And Ull our lore In rhyme and ton And so-lel's wait till summer, ploeIn When inmmer came, I begged again That the wonld grant the precious boon, And the replied! "How like you tuenl It It not nice to lore In June) Ver then the daya are hot and dry, And -oh, pray wait till autumn, dear, When leaves tstw folden and the iky Hat greatest beauty of the yearl" At antnmn time again I said, MBe tnlnr, dear lore." The tweet coquette Laaghed merrily and shook her he...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 22 July 1893

THIS SATURDAY MCXVKVO COURIR: rniiHi Profwwor P. W. Tnylora hns gono to Chicago. Mrs. 0. -G.Dawes hns returned from tho OBflt. Mr. W. J. Kinsley left for Chicago "Wednesday. Dr. C. B. Spahr him returned from liis trip'Oast. Mr. Frank C. Zehrung spont Sunday in Columbus. Mr. N. 0. Abbott left Monday on a Southern trip. Colonel Ricliard O'Noil hns returned from Chicago. Mrs. Alfred Shilling has returned from Chicago, Mr. Ned Brown, of Grunt, was in tho city this week. Mr. L. S. Edwards returned this week from Hastings. Mrs. Lucy Davis has returned from a -visit toMilford. Mrs. S. It. Nisbot left Tuesduy for Evunsville, Ind. Dr. Simmons him returned from a visit to tho world's fair. Mrs. Emma Droudmnn left Monday for .Pullman, Wash. Miss Minnie Miller left Monday for Blue Earth City, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Plank left Monday for a visit to Colorado. Mrs. A. Greenlee has returned from a visit to tho Whito City. -Cnptnin BHlingsly has returned from a visit to tho world's fair. Mr. W. S....

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 22 July 1893

WLJm23m. TtFwr"r&urjtl n v , WFi i1 1 s. .i Mr tf A. & !'' . . v tA .? f s,w Mr;- 4 R . ':' .-, jii '.( w ...ta Hi K f- ,t; . y EV fefc Ml' is. V K Ff? w - w "' '" ' T jmMMU rHMLMHED SATURDAYS STTHS COURIER PUBLISHING 60. ti.WaMSL, J.i W. Meaie smith, rrrtMtnt ami Manatar. BocrtUrjf and Tnaiarar. Oftleo JIM O Street. N.oeS. TINMSOf UMORIPTIONl Tm Coutrw, one jr, in tihiBe,, ...... .ItOO Minonth .Tares monllit.,...,,. M OORRttPONOINOK. Contribution mill nil rmmnn'jttlp ttU Mrttoiiowt ami wlltorUl mattes Mould lx ail- itllMtlofM lettera ami remlttanfM ahquM Lincoln, Neb. Drafts, chryk mid txwtnffirn erdere should ho mmlo p)rnblo to tlia order or the company. TI1K COUKir.K rUllUBIUNO CO. W. MORTON SMITH, IDITO". Whkn tlio Nebraska Savings l"k closed Uh doom norno weeks ago there was much uneasiness. Hut whon tho bank finally resumed business ngnln, and it wtH announced thnt tho clcnrlnK houso linil como to tho rescuo nnd that tho iiiHtitutiou had boon placed on u sound llnnneln...

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