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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 23 September 1893

4 '' Y T XT THE Fust pm Biwv. O AND TENTH STKBCTB. Sapita1, $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. urnc'KHHi & 8. Haswood, resident. , . VaAa. A. Hanna, Vlco President. V. M.Cook, Cashier. , kl C, R. LtrriNrtriT, Amlntmit Cwihlw. B. S. FKKH N, AMant Cashier. COLUMBIA NATI0NHL BI. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL, $250,000.00. DMcrr Mid IHreolon. John H. Wbioiit, President. T. K. Samikbs, Vice l'rctldeir J. II. Mct'LAT, t'oililor. T. & Johnson. II. P. Lnu, Thoe. Cochran. E. R. Alter. T. W. Lowrcjr, W.li. Da) ton. General Banking Business Transacted COLLECTIONS A Srr.ciAt.TT. 8 per cent tm Depoalta Trtd at tl) UNCOIN Savings Bank AND 8AFE DEPOSIT CO. Cor. P and Eleventh flta. 'TheonlySafe Deposit Vaultt in XAneoln DIRECTORS. Harwood. II. D. Ha'.hawaqr. J. Z. llrlscoo. C. J. Ernst. It. W. lirown. K.O.'Phllllpe. K. R. Slier. Henry Veith. HonryK.iLewi. Fr Rmrtk. a. Uolianihlin. W. A. Solleek. Ur. Attest Watkln. Fred William. Rachel Lloid. OMAHA'8 LEADINd HOTEL Thb Murray, lUA'HIClIlY, Proprietor. Ele...

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. — 23 September 1893

.VaV .! r X IP r k W . if m SHYMlMiR SATURDAY, SEPTKMBEH 23, 189.1. Metier. The nwterstsnetl herrhjr aWe nollre that. It IH not hn roaixMulblo roi rrviMMtaiblo fur urns? iwjr tie ht In- earreA lr MnpinyMi m?"!" Iht for whlejji an filer It sUnn It Riven tnr U Imperative. neraonsur nsnru ij m reje M imr Counts res. Co. MW .twroLH, Nn., May lT, 18W. on 'rmo DUMLflP POT. NOW IK. 'W. R. DennlM fe Co, 1W7 0 Sreef. Ths Courier en He round at Hntol Lincoln News Stand. Windsor Hotel Nows Stand, Opltal Hotel Nown Stand. F d Dudo Cigar Store, 1020 O St. 1.(1. Young, 1907 O Bt. ClMon, Fletcher & Co., 1120 O St. Moore'a Nows Stand, 118 So. 11th St. Couhikk Office, 1201 O St. Archie Ensign, 217 So 11th St. Fun stored at F. E. Voolkor's. Waltebreaat Coal and Llnio Co. Bathing caps at Rector's Pharmacy. Jeckell Bros. Tailors, 110 north Thlr .teeath street. David P. Sims, dentist, rooms 43 43 Purr block. fry Club House coffee, nono so good. Miller AQlfford. Canon City eoal at the Whltebroast 'Co...

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. — 30 September 1893

Moin Saturday ing Courier. 19 i f VOLUME 8, NO. 43. WNGOLN, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1893. PRI6B FIVE 6ENT8 . &- rv, 4.i JW l '4' yUUT w Washington, Sept. 28, 1803. Special Courier Correspondence. When tho original corncrstono of tho federal capi tol wan laid at Washington, September 18, 1793, by President Washington, tho federal union had been established four years and tho governing powers of tho republic had barely broken ground on tho great highway now teoming with epochs and distinctive ovents so many milo posts in tho history of tho nation itself. This is tho centennial occasion Washington introduces to tho attention ofthiB country, and bids it pauso n brief period whilo Bomo of tho accom plishmcnts nnd dccdB of tho past marshal in review. " Tho birth of tho nation's capitol with Masonic ceremonies was tho beginning of a building that has had many changes and passed through many vicissitudes. Tho result is a growth genoraily acknowledged ono of tho rlnest plecoBof...

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. — 30 September 1893

1 Maauzz ... ftfr.. ffipJ" vr ill I 1M.-1E& HATURDAY MORNING COURIER 'A Willi IHjiwI il CnrrMpm donee, ) Nv YouK,8jpt. U7. I-UUrt IhIuikI, tlio chief Rivtoway to UncloSnin's dominions, is n llttlo spot of dry land tlmt pcopi nboro llio wnvei of Now York lutrbor not morn tliau 1)00 yurils from tlio Now Jcraey ilinrc. Most of It a Bttrliicolscov orctl with tlio vnilotts bulJilliiKN tlmt hoyd I icon cvdotcil for tho usobf tlio com irrtalanei-of iiuhilurntloii, who may lo spolton uf 3 tlio chief Ku-Qkconor, nnr - Hmn,. - KM.IS ISLAND. ht men, I paid n visit to thin llttlo spot of Inml today to soo how tlio tons of thounnml who como knocking at Undo Sain'rt door every month aro received biuI how thoso who nro not thought do slrnhlo nro prevented from ontorlnp;, nnd A most Interesting visit it wan. Only thoso who como to this nldo in tlio cheapest purl of tlio ship, tlio steer 'tigo, pawi through this gatuway, for it is nsxumed tlmt thoso who linvo money enough to pay their way in cit...

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. — 30 September 1893

qrnE& -ArrjiuAY morning courier ft m h?r t ' , 7" . Ik- a - v . V. ! ta S If attractive lithograph advertise ments anil expensive costumes make u good show, then Minnie SnrtelloV'Pluin Pudding'' which was opened at the Lansing Monday night, is an excellent attraction; hut the. public has somehow got In the hnhit of expecting something clue, and the public, or that portion of the public that wan present Monday night, wiib visibly disapiolnted. Of the play tho less cnltl tho better. It is a '. ; ,A' V- mill i ks u K sMl 1313..V'X'1IG13. In "The Limited Mail.'' f- hodge-podge of everything in which there is nothing of paiticular impor tance. The jnniutaro of tho coini.nry presented a picturesque appearance. Somo of them wcro built, physically, on an original plan. Hut there were somo good voices in tho company and tho songs were on tho whole, very well received. Minnie Sartcllo in "Plum Puclding" carries too heuvy a burden. In a moro appropriate piece she would appear to much betto...

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. — 30 September 1893

tjtljgaa3 THE A1MJ0A.Y MORXINa COURIER BV M I PUDLISHED 8ATUF1DAY8 nr Tim 60UUIUH PUBLISHING 60. W. Morton Smith, toaon ano manaosii. Ituslnr-M Oniro 1) O Street. riK.no 2M. TBHM8 OP SUBSOniPTION! THR Count, one year In ad-onco. ... Six Months ..12(0 . I ID Throe Motitli iMHUtllltlHl !( W Lincoln, Nkii Swtkmiikh .10, 1601. AMU8EMENT8. JOiVi)arMiMliiHno Morll In "The Rtory of ii Kliw," nt tho Limiting theatre riJJSMr -Mntlellno Merit In'-Thercim Hnquln," nt tho Limning thoatro. WEDNESDAY "Tim Limited Mull," ut tho Lntiulng theatre. TltUIiSli AY "Tw .WnlfH of Now York," nt tho Laiiriliig thentro. F11IDAY-Cure Dickson In "Ad tultted to tho liar," nt tho Lnimlng theatre &iriifZMV Mntlnoo-GhnrlcH Dick, son In "Incog," nt tho LniiHliig thentro. 8ATUJIDAY KvonliiK-CharleH Dick on In "Incog," ut tho Limning thentro. HOW LINCOLN HTOOH TIIK TKMT. Lincoln has a population of 00,000 peoplo moro or lew. And it nil tho kickers woro Buhtrnotcd from thin number It would ho consider bly Iom. Bom...

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. — 30 September 1893

fmmi&mmFm THB SATURDAY MORNING COURIER 1MIJ5 VJSWV- IvATijst STYLES WEDDING INVITATIONS v iv r ' j and ANNOUNCEMENTS. "A INyiTATlONM TO ENTGrRAVIlVGr - COURIER PUB CO. BUSITCISSSS) OFFICE, iJNIi I H P. L. Wobetor urrived from n wcck'B sojourn in Chicago Tuesday morning, nnd struck ono of our fninoviH restaurants with n filgh of content at the nesurrnco of the first 4x1 meul sinco leaving hero on the 17th inst. C. L. IlicrBon in back from Chicago, stopping over hero a fow dnjB to visit boforo going to his homo in Sun Antonio, Tox. Mr. Riorson's depnrturo in ro grottcd by nil who know him in eithor n business or social way, nnd ho will carry with him tho best wishes of nil his many friends here. Tho special called meeting for Wednes day, tho 27th, did not materialize. It did not seem to bo so much desired as sonio thought; oven thoso signing failod to havo a majority in nttondanco. Tho houso committee having full power to act, will proceed to rent tho pluco nt 1C27 O Btreot. Ever ...

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. — 30 September 1893

JX THE mA bii i Ss M Ittl B Usually with tho waning of September and tho approach (if tho li;llit October days, when tho nlr In crisp iiiul buoyant, and when aweary of tho monotonous heat of tho summer, wo begin to look forward wlthcager Interest to tho winter with itn enforced activity, society l wont to mmumio n llfo and gaiety In keeping with tho season, ami if soclnl activity In not already apparent, society Is at leant busy making plium and Hitting Itself in rcadlnctw for tho demands of tho season. Hut thin year tho boiiboiib change, and society remains ntattonary. Society in wrap-ied In dullness, utter dullneBB, and tho Knrmont Wnw to abide. No ono npiwara to ho ready to tako tho initiative, and plans which should ho unfolded, arc held in abeyance, while wo wait for tilings commercial and ilnanclal to lighten. Hut tho stagnation cannot long con tlnue. Lincoln will not, it la thought, ho conspicuously lively thin winter; but thero must ho amusement, and there aro )ooilo who hav...

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. — 30 September 1893

I JcyfJI,W,sW rflKllfllKfBv9W' rVFjjRfrfupK-r A r rW ""- f Tr V : THE SATURDAY MOIfcNKVO COURIER I. M. HAYMO.NH. PretMtnt. 0. K. THOMPSON. Vke lreslJnt. B. II. UURNHAM. Ciihlcr. I). 0. WINti. AukUnt Ghler. o. r. I UNKO. 2J Assistant Cahlr. miuumiL BUNK. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL, $250,000. SURPLUS, $15,000. I)lr-rtors4I. M. Itnymonil, K. 1. Hrown, S, H. Ilumlmtiri I). E. Thompson. ('. U. Unwcn, (!. II. Mirrlll. A. J. Siw)or, Lew is Gregory, F. . Little, (i. M. LnmtHTtvm, T. W. Low rey, M. W. llurnlmm. THE FlflST HflTlOHRL Ml O AND TENTH STREETS. Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. orricintst E. S. IfAnwoon, President. I'iiar. A. Hanna, Vlco President. F. M.Cook, Odder. , , . 0. 8. 1.irrtNcoTT, AsslstnntCashlor, II. 8. FnrxMAN, AssMnut Cashier. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL, $250,000.00. OmccrMind Director. John IJ. Wright, President. T. K. 8 imiurs, Vlco President, J. II. McClat, Cnslitcr. f, E. Johnson, II. P. Lnu, Thca. Cochran, E. U. SUor. T. W. Lowrcy, W. L.pajtou. General Banking Busines...

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. — 30 September 1893

RSEIQ THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER '.- , ... I I II " MfWM- SATURDAY, SBPTHMUER 30, 1893. Nnllce. Ths nmlrtnlunwl hrri'lix iiNe notion llint.lt will not io TPiHiniini mr i currotl by emiihiypt, eirMit nrtlnr U lrn iiorionitlly not lfl TMixintllilo for or nj nnjr wi- lir pnuiinrp. eiriiii iihwo .mr wmtiinii " ' '. II.. .t I I.M licrnnii7 phi "i II. Thli ruloUlmwrMlTP,. t'oimir.n .u I en. Co. Lincoln, Nkh., My Jut, ISW. &JJL,T STYM 01 tiiic DDHLHP HUT NOW IJW. "W. R. I3enrl eSs Co. 1131 0 Street. The Courier ran lie Found at Hotel Lincoln Now Stand. Windsor Hotel Nown Stand. Capital Hotel Nows Stand. P a Dudo Cigar Store, 1020 O St. htl Young, 1807 0 St. Cluson, Fletcher A Co., 1120 O St. Mooro's Nowb Stnntl, 118 So. 11th St. CouuiKit Onice, 1201 O St. Archlo Ensign, 217 So 11th St. Whltebrena.t Conl nml Llmo Co. llathtng capa nt Rector's Phnrmnoy. Jooltoll llro. Tailors, 110 north Thtr toonth Btreot. David P. Slm, dentist, rooniH 42 t n 13 Purr block. Canon City conl at tho Whlto...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 30 September 1893

l 1HE SATURDAY MORNING OOURIKR IV r. lTr ' Hi J' t ' ' ' W' ' ' SHYMIIMER SATUHDAY, SIlPTIiMBBK 30, 1893. Notice. Tim nmlemUnrd li!rpbr Kites nollco flint tt ili .. il nuimnillila ttr nr nn niiy limit 111 rnrro.1 liv PtnlildVM. OXCCIlt (lllMO (of VflllcllBn OWM l turn iwrstinnnr -------i -,--.-- - ..." -i. i., HriipiI by It. Tlili couhikr run. to. Ii1NCOI.Ni hsn., Mf lT, IMM. FAII STYLE or 'rii ift DUNLHP HOT. NOW IIW. XV. R I . Ks Coi 1137 0 Street, The Courier ran lie I'minil at Hotel Lincoln Nows Stanil. Windsor Hotel Nowh Stnnil. Capital Hotel Nowb Stand. P -A Dudo Cigar Store, 1020 O St. M. Youiik, 1SWI O St. ClMKin, Fletcher k Co., 1120 O St. Moore's Nowb Stnntl, 118 So. 11th St. Courier (Mike, 1201 O St. Archlo Ensign, 217 So 11th St. WhltebreiiHt Conl nnd Llmo Co. Bathing caps at Rector'H Pharmacy. Jccltoll Bros. Tailors, 110 north Thlr tnonth Btreot. David P. Sims, dentist, rooms 42 t n 13 Purr block. Canon City conl ut tho Whltobreast Coal anil Llmo Co. Imported and domest...

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. — 7 October 1893

""TWXT Saturday Morning Courier. VOLUME 8, NO. 44. UINGOLN, NBURASKA, SATURDAY, OCTOUEK 7, 1893. . PRICK FIVIJ GENTS i I' L i Wasiiinciton, Out. 4, 18ai.-Spceial CouniRit Correspondence. Tom Reed hns begun IiIb candidacy (or tho ropub llcan nomination for tho presidency. Tho limn ho chcriBhcH na liifl rivnl Ib McKinloy, of Olilo. Ho Imb no four, nuthiiif.- lut contempt for Harrison, whom lo personally and politically despises. Hut hifl little, lynx eyes are novor off McKinloy, and IiIb Binooth, round, bald head Ib forever ruminating McKinloy. And when you como uion him and IiIb seal-fat face Iiuh an ab stracted look, as of Inward contempla tion, he's thinking of McKinloy right then and considering 'hovvto go to tho political windward of him. Tho other day Bomo private conference was held with Reed by Ohio republicaiiB ua to Recd'H coming uikiii tho Ohio stump to aid McKinloy in hifl hunt for tho governorship. Reed Buid no; ho couldn't get away. Thoro woro tho tariff and tho party in...

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. — 7 October 1893

wmbkm XXrtqFHRy"l'$r 'lpjJWWST IfFT?? T$f Saturday Morning Courier. Kf n&s&SKlXE ft: ft VOLUME 8, NO. 44. ill Wahihnoton, Oct. 4, 1893.-Spcetal Counir.ii Correspondence. Tom Reed hiiR begun his candidacy (or tlio repub licnn nonilnution for tho presidency. Tho man ho cherlsliPB us liis rlvnl is McKlnlpy, of Ohio. Ho htiH no four, nothliife but contempt for HarrlHon, whom ho personally anil politically despises. Hut hiB little, lynx eyes arc novcr off McKinley, ami his Binuoth, round, bald head Ib forever ruminating MeKlnlcy. And when you come, upon him nnd Mb seal-fat face Iuib an ali Btraoted look, aB of Inward contempla tion, he's thinking of McKinloy right then and considering 'how to go to the political windward of him. Tho other day boiho private conference was held with Reed by Ohio republicans us to Recd'H coming uimmi tho Ohio stump to M McKinley in IiIb hunt Tor tho governorship. Reed said no; ho couldn't get away. There were tho tariff and tho party in the house, a...

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. — 7 October 1893

T Ti1 TK7vf "0F$W LA KlSawTuHSK THE BRAVEST BATTLE EVER FOUQHT. The bravest lUle thnt ever M fought, Shall 1 tell yem where and whenr On the mar of the world yon will find It not Twa fnuuht by the mothers of men. Ny, not with cannon or baltlo iliot, With sword or nohttr rent Nay, not with eloquent wonl or thought l'rom Moutlm of womlvdl men. But deep In a walled up woman's heart Of woman that would not yield. But bravely, Mlcntly bnro her part Lot there I that battlcSleld. No marshaling troop, no blvoiiso ixmr, No banner to ilem end wAvet Hut, oh! these- battle they liut to long From babyhood to tho grave. Yet faithful still aa a bridge of stars, Mho fithta In her walled tip town tflkhts on and on In tho endless warn Then silent, tiiueen, goet ilownl 0 y with banners and tattle shot And sohtlsr to shout ml pmlfol 1 tell you tho kltutllet victories ftiught Are fought In thcte silent way. O spotleM woman In ft worlil of shamei With splendid anil silent scorn, Oo back to Ood at whlto n...

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. — 7 October 1893

THE (SAOPtJRDA'ir MORaaTIBsTO COURIER Minn In a liuninoM way, hut hoa begun again, ami may probably Hnd favor with lt beautiful production of "Tho Forestcm." THE HELP THAT COMES TOO LATE. Most people nro fnmlllnr with, the atory of "ThorcBo Raquln" which was presented at tho Lansing 'Mundayntid' Tuesday evenings under tho name of "Tho Story of n Kiss." A ntnn fulls in lovo with another man's wife, and tho other man's wifo fallsin lovo with him. Tho husband is n weak specimen of humanity and tho wifo and tho lover tako him out boating, and they contrivo to drown him without exciting suspi cion. Then tho guilty pair aro married. Conscience gets in Ms work. Thoy quarrel and while they are dis cussing tho details of their crlino tho mothor of tho murdered husband ap pears and ovorhenrs tho conversation. Sho shrieks and falls to tho floor, stricken with paralysis. The criminals live in deadly fear that tho mothor may recover and reveal their secret. Finnlly she does regain her power of s...

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. — 7 October 1893

-wm THB S ATUKDAY 1MORNIXG COURIER Ippsjrssiw' t ii Nn ')' IfT J ,' - ( J a piYilMRi PUBLISHED 8ATURDAY8 lit tub GOURIBR PUBLISHING 60. W. MOHTON 8MITH, tPiton wo MaMAom. mutno Offee 18)10 Htwrt. 1'htmraM. i . TERM Of UMORIPTION! mm Owmm, nw ' " J pl Month "' " ThtcNmtli... ' ' " Liwoui, Nm.. Octomw' 7, 18K1. AMUSEMENTS. JMTWWM V-lToday) matinee, -Chun. Dletuon In "Incog" nt tho Limn. Ing thcHtrc. Sari7W-AV-EvcnlnR-ChiirleH Dick- wn In "Admitted to tho llnr" nt tho Limning thcntrc. MONDAY "Juno' nt tho Limning theatre. TUESDAY --"Pntfnt AnHi'l l'"" nt tho Lansing thcntrc. WEDNESDAY--"Patent Apitlletl For" nt tho Limning thcntrc. FHIDAY" Texan Steer" nt tho Limning thcntrc. Minn Mny North, of Columbia, In In tho city tho guont ot tho MIhsch Cnwilcry, 1011 O ntreot. Tho FiciiMint Hour club nt Its nn mini meeting Wednesday engaged tho Nobruskti ntnto orclientru to furniah munlc for tho 189.'M1 norlcH of purtien. Mnny will regret to lenrn Mint tho jKipulnr clothing Ilrm of Frnwloy Chldo...

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. — 7 October 1893

IFOT'-- ,,ViTf'Vif?."1 ?ra'WpS5frff ?'ir KW'wiiSlpr THB ATJKfcIAY MORNING OOURIRH i . r u . i -i I i t ?,?- ' .m a c. tfflt J aw .1 "II iff- (I ' ""''''Wftm- t t ,. fimr . - ' , . .(! rtlM'M rHW J U; ifS"4 . '! ' p , ,Ta5si ? - vijr. p, 9pr SO 1 , I I fi ! OJi r " fi i T t ,r;3,MKftl i .: Now York Tribune: Wo should liko to know mid hope soon to hour whether or not Governor Flower intends to pro vent Corbottand Mitchell from fighting at Coney Inland. IIib power is us ample as his duty 1b obvlouH. And ho is jier fectly aware of tho fact; for, with that Bort of language and that degree of em phasis which ho occasionally takes pride in employing, ho declared not long ago that there would bo no prize light at ISiilTnlo during ids administration. This was at a timo when there was some talk ofr a pugilistic encounter in that city, and the circumstances were presumably such as o mako a show of magisterial virtue wife and popular. What does ho propose to do now? The act of preparing for a p...

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. — 7 October 1893

I ,t,"iH vv- '-Y$i"rv Hi ?( i b :. M ri A !' II 11 n Tho history of tho Pleasant Hour club in till t'lty l ttliiio. Organized In 1873, t n time when society In Lincoln was fur loss nmbltbus limn It In today, and encountering tho 1itllcullloB thnt Invariably liesot organizations of thin harnotor, It him successfully existed through nineteen seasons, ami It Is now in point of ago nnd prominence tho lead ing social organization of tho slate. Hoiimtn uftor season l Iiiih embraced within Km bicmborshlp tho most promt aont members tif society, and tho leeop. tkinH and parties given hy It havo boon among tho most lirllllant events In tho ity. Tho present wiiwin promises to bring no exception to tho KMirrnl huc wm which has attended tho club's efforts In tho past. Indeed thoro Ih every prospect that, such iiMHlilluntlcitiH in tho way of dues.ote., aH aro consistent with tho prevailing depression huvltiK luwn iiiudo. tho mcmhorshiii will In- ereaso, and that tho club's season will prove to I...

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. — 7 October 1893

''wafltr-w- 1 4Pwlpj; ijifmm fgHitf'WflrfJr THB SATURDAY MORNING COURIER 1 afj' A : .i tK V Sft WIN ME in mi nni uiiiiL I. M. I), li. K. II, I). 0, RAYMOND, President. THOMPSON. Vice I'realJent. 11URNIIAM, Ulthler. O. WINO. Atltant Gashlcr. P. lONKf. U AxlMant CsOiler. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL., $250,000. SURPLUS, $15,000. IHri-rior I. M. HioiikiihI, K. K. drown. ('. Hi llurnlinni, I). l Thompson. ('. (I. Uawes, (', II. Merrill. A. .1. Hawjcr, Low In Gregory, F. W. l.ittlc (I. M. Lainlirrtsun, T. W. I.owrcy, H, V. Ilornliam. THE FiflSI Hatiowbl Dp. O AND TENTH BTREKTB. Capital, $400,000. Surolus, $100,000. oMici:nsi E. B. IlAltuoou, President. Ciias. A. Hans , Yicu President. F.M.Cook, ('nidiler. i!. B. I.tpriM'uir. Assistant! nsliler. 1. 8. Fmkkman, Asiiitnut Cuslilor. COLUMBIA HAL Bi. LINCOLN, NEB. GAPITAb, $250,000.00. Orltrers inn) Director. John II. Wright, President. T. K. Sanumis, Vico Prcsldcut. J. H. McUl.it, Cashier. F. E. Johnson, II. P. Lnu, Thou. Cochran, E. It. Slrer, T. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 7 October 1893

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