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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 14 October 1893

lr Saturday Morning Courier. VOLUME 8, NO. 45. lolNGOLN, NUMAftKA, SATURDAY, OCTOHMt II, 1891. PMGK PIVH GENTS for llfci was laboriously colloutn.1 mul to. i w Wahiiinoton, Oct. 11, 181KJ. (Special Count kk Correspondence "I novor know until today," said n well known Georgia ollticiun, 'how Representative Alton, of Mississippi, got thu nickname Prlvjito' John Allen." "How was it?" Bomebody asked. "Ho wiib running for congress against Ooncral Tuukor out in Mississippi and Tuckor mado n speech ono day whoop ing himself up on his war record. Ho started out by Haying in Btontorian voice: I Blopt ono night before the battle in a tent- ' "Thin wbb enough for A lion. When ho got up to Bpcak ho said: 'VeH, boys, General Tuckor did Bleep in that tent that night, and I Btood guard on picket around that tent. Now, all you hero today who Hlept in tontn vote for Tucker, but thoso who Btood guard in the rain and cold vote for John Allen." From that momont to thin ho Iiub been called 'Private' Joh...

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. — 14 October 1893

'T '41 i i rr THE SATURDAY ,tMORNIXG COURIER -UT f VfW -rf it, IT IV I -N & N, i $ f ' !! f 1, t ' K ' ii a bs There will I to JiiHt enough going on noxt woo' In glvo society ii slightly l muted aspect, For the llrMl lime pooplouro beginning In manifest n llltlo Interest in social matters, and tho Interest evinced may Ito Inlctin iiM it finorablo Indication iih In tho prospects fur llio season, Within tho past two wooIih several of tlto established social organizations hno ro organized nml In point) instances thoy huvo commenced active nMtriitiniiH. Unusual ntlontlon was given tint re organization or tint Pleasant Hour club, whoso tlrst reception will bo given lit tho Hntol Lincoln l-Vlduy evening, October 120. At tho tncotlng hold Wed nosday afternoon a largo niimltor of now moinltoi-H woro elected, anil it la irolni. Itlo that tho club's membership will hn much larger than hint your. Ait previously announced tho club's Hrst ovont l to ho a reception to re cently married member...

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. — 14 October 1893

r . o -apsr THE ATURDAyr ..MORNING COURIER - ft I' h r i'. ? . . i a b There will It" Just imioukIi going on next woo't to give society 11 slightly inti mated nspoot. For tho llrsl llmo iKHiploaro lioKlunliift to manifest n llttlo Interest In social mutters, unci tho Interest evinced nuiy bo tnhon us a favorable Indication hh to tho prospects for tho season. Within the past two woolts several of tlto established social organlittloiiM htivo reorganized and In some Instances thoy have commenced active otratloiiH. Unusual attention wan lvoi tho re organization of tho Pleasant Hour club, whoso first reception will Im given ut tho Hotel Lincoln Friday evening, October 20. At tlio mooting hold Wed tiosdity afternoon a huge number of now inomlwrH woro elected, audit Is probn Mo that tho olttb'H membership will lu much larger than hint year. An previously announced tho olttb'H Hrst event Ih to ho u reception to re cently married members and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar r Funkc, Mr. and M...

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. — 14 October 1893

"Trn&w&!$M$ ",WffTm,M9iP',fWP'WW'', n:: iVrxjKiriVr morning courier "- lr " r1 lr ; i Iji I - N' IS I. M. HAYMOND. lrrMfnl. I). I!. THOMPSON. Vice I'rrtMc nt. K. II. DUHNIIAM. Chltr. i). (i. wtsn, Assistant Cashier. f - o. r. ruNKU. 2d Aiilstant Caihler. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL, $250,000. SURPLUS, $15,000. Director- 1. M. Itajinond, K. K. Drown, 8. !! llurnhnm, I). K. Thompson. ('. (I. Dnweft, (!, II. Morrill. A. .1. Hnwjcr, l.nwU (Ircttory, F. V. Mule, Q. M. l.nnilK-ttoim, T. W. l.owrcy, S. W, llurnlmni. THE FiflST HflTIOMflL p. O AND TENTH STIIEET8. Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. OITICKItSl E. S. HAnwoon, President. Ohas. A. Hanna, VIco President. V. M. Cook, Cashier. !. H. I.irriNCorr, AssUtnntCnuhlcr. II. 8. 1'kkkuan, AsaUtaut Casliicr. ( i LINCOLN, NEB. GAPITAls, $250,000.00. Ofllcern unit Directors. John II. WnioilT, 1'rcsldont. T. K. Ham)i:iis, VIco President. J. II. McCl.AY, Cashier. F. E. Johnson, H. P. Lnu, Tlios. Cochran, li. 11. Sizcr, T. W. Lowicy, W.L.Dnjt...

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. — 14 October 1893

nrpr ' 'WfWif "" '' ' -'w . t ', - ''Ml'" If jp.irr4 nwr-Y 3 J- r $T rtw'' - 'T ' '" fjMYf THE SATUlSDiVY MORNING COURIER 'V I. M. HAYMOND. PmMrnt. I). 15, THOMPSON. Vice I'resMcnt. K. II. UURNIIAM. I), (i. WINO. , AstlsUnt (ahltr. o. r. IUNKU. 2J Ailtant Cltler. nnnuma UK. LINCOLN, NEB. CAHITAU, $250,000. SURPloUS, $15,000. IMrcrlom-I. M. Itii) ntontl, K. K. Hrtiwn, S. It. lliirnlinin, 1). K. Thompson. C. (1. Dawes, t!. II. Morrill. A. J. Hnwyer, 1nwU (IreKtiry, t . . Milks O. M. I.nmbcrtson, T. W. Lowrey, S. . Ilurnlmm. THE FlfiST jlflTlOHHL Ml 0 AND TENTH STREETS. Capital, $400,000. Surolus, $100,000. fii:i:hsi E. S. llAtiuoon, President. Ciiah. A. Hanna, Vlco President. F. M. Cook, Cashier. (5. K. IiiiTiNcorr, Assistant Cashier. II. 8. 1'RKhUAN, AstUtUUt CuSlllof. 101 LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL,, $250,000.00. OtUcrr ntiil Directors. John II. WrtinitT, President. T. V.. Hami:iih, Vlcn President. J. II. MlClay, Cashier. F. E. Johnon. II. T. Lmi, Thos. Cochran, K. It. Slzer, T. V. Lowrc...

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. — 14 October 1893

rwn p" THB AT XJXHJyA.1t MOBfclVIlVQ COURIER fH fv V . J r i I E& i - n Ki fc' Hi RS' 't u li't1 &1 Sstt" E.V W Hta IN jpTURDAYMORNINGCOURIER PUDLI8HED SATURDAYS GOURIHK PUBLISHING 60. W. MoflTON SMITH, Gorton and Manaoch. llnlmM Olllon 13)1 0 Hi root. I'lionr S3.I. TKRM8 OP 8UUB0IIIPTI0N! Tun ('m'iil)'.n, cin rnr In mWnnee .. Hl Months Tliron Month., ,.. , , . .. ... $- (I) I 10 . Ml Lincoln, Nr.n., Ofmmi.it II, 18!.'l. .IOK AMI I.I M.I AN. Now (hut Lillian Kiinm-11 Iiiih Hlnrteil for Culm, leaving ilowiih Oiirncim, Jr., world'H fair eouiiiiipHUiiHT (xutirnil, in thin country, r)iiirm that flint lnKiiInlitl Kcntlonian will luivo tlmo to (Uncover that ho Iiiih iniulo an iihh of hliuxvlf anil worked incnlctilntilo injury to the Htaln of Nonritskti in tho matter of tliontutn rxhihlt at tho fair, and iicrliurm hn may llnd tlnio to hand In IiIh rcHlirnntlnn to (lovcrnor CrmuiHo. It la jirotty Into now, but oven at thin day it would ho a very Kfxifl Idea for (lurnrmi to rcHlirn. ...

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. — 14 October 1893

JTWI f" .'" ' -'W .' y:s.',r'TH" "i' P?Wij'" ' Vf THE V'Tlj:RIVV' MORNIKG COURIER GREAT OCTOBER CHEAP SALE k IVMrH This sale begins at once. Attend promptly. See our price list. Gome ami lay in your winter supply before t w best of the stock is sold out. Money is scarce and we are selling cheap to suit the times. i " ."- T ,.- : Ht CIomIiiu; Thoui Out fit I4CHH Tin tit ilttltf I 'rloo. ONE LOT Kl!) CLOVES, SIZES ., , 1J 7, 7J 7', WOHTII l.l!.'i AND 1.50, AT 70o A PAIR. LADIES' S1.M) DIM VINO O LOVES AT 08c A I'AIIt. NOTIONS, 100 grosHdrcBB buttons, per doz. Bo Linen thread, 200 yd. bmm1b. . . tic Largo hookn and eyes 2kc Wu sell pbifl, u pnnor Ic Pocket IxKikB, each Mo W)c Cunt ilo soap at 2u Largo stockinet & dress shields tic Knitting Hilk 2Tc Embroidery Bilk, a dozen 10c Steel curling irons 8c Darning cotton, a card lc LADIES' CLOAKS, Indies' newmarketH, Indies jackets, lailicB cain'H, everything In olouks, sell ing some at cost and hoiuo at 50 x.t cent otl to chmo out. nUTTE...

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. — 14 October 1893

H0F 'e TJEIK HATURDAV MORNING COURIER & 4-frij 1 ! V SOc. y -.' . t ' IS J M S IV 'ft i. T. J. lllckoy loft Wednesday for Van eouver's IhIiiihI whoro ho will remain aliout six weeks. Heforo leaving Lin coln Coloni'l lllckoy duvotcd u lltllo at tention to bum) l)all, and ho assured u Couuir.u representative Tuesday that thochances aro about Of) to 1 that Lin coln will havo a league ball team next SOHSOI1. Tho prospects tiro very much brighter than thoy woro u couple of weeks ago. A noted by This Coukikk thoro baa been some correspondence between Tobcnu and Frank O. Zohrung of thlH city. Last week Mr. Zehrung, who la cnthusinstia over tho outlook but who whh nnnhlo to givo tho matter personal attention, turned tho corresjiondonco over o Colonel lllckoy and tho latter with bin 1 characteristic energy immediately took tho matter In hand, with a determina tion to bring practical results. Colonel lllckoy succeeded in Interes ting tho Lincoln Street Railway coin puny, whoso oltlclalrt ...

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. — 14 October 1893

TIE HATUHDAV f IHOI:VI3VG COURIER . r l : c. f . t J i so F5 E fcV K k 1 s i "P. - ' T, J, lllokoy loft Wednesday for Van eouver'a IhIiiiuI where ho will remain (tlM)ut hIx weeks, llofnro lenvfng Lin coln Colonel Hlckoy devoted a little at tention to buBo bull, and ho assured u Couhikh representative Tuesday that thochunees aro about 09 to 1 that Lin coln will huvo a league ball team next waiion. Tho prospeotB iiro very much brighter than thoy wcro a couple of weeks ago. Ab noted by Tiik Couiuku there Iiuh been Homo correspondence between Tobenu inul Frank O. Zohrung of thlH city. LiiBt week Mr. Zchruug, who la enthusiastic over tho outlook but who was unnblo to glvo tho mutter personal attention, turned tho corropondouco over o Colonel Hlckoy and tho latter with bin characteristic energy iuunediutely took tho mutter in hand, with a determina tion to bring practical results. Colonel llickey succeeded in lntcrcs ting tho Lincoln Strcot Railway com pany, whoso officials aru ulwuys rea...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 14 October 1893

THB SATURDAY MOIiUVKVO COURIER I i ,, t- I I !?. t- nulls Cliarlrn Dlcknon, ono of tho clovorcHt eotnetllnim in tho country, plnyr-il to Hniall Iiouhob nt tho LhuhIiik IhbI Sntur ilny. Jpnnto Yi'iunuiiH iih Jtnir in tho iimictly of Unit ntum?, wim much on Joyed Monday ovi'Miitf. Tlin wiib u ntroiif HUpiK)rtiii(,' company. Elinor Viiiico'h "I'litont Applied For," a utroiiK piny, wnfl witnessed Ity Inro uudlonccH Tuesday nnd Wedncdny. J.nut night "A Texan Steer wim presented. Tho Paulino Hall company in Iniay preparing for thu production of "Tho Honoymoonern," tho new opern ly Mewrfl. C. M. S. McLolhiu and William Fund. Tho scene of tho that net of tho oporu Inlaid In Alsace; tho Inst two acta lire mippoHcd to take, place in PariH. MIhh Hall appears in 'the llrst act iih an Al satian peasant hoy nnd in the Kecond net, in which there m n great Iml inns quo Bcene, which Mr. David Helnsco Ih NtiiKiiiK, bIio will wear tho coHtumoof Pierrot. Tho company required to produce tho ojiern will ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 14 October 1893

THE) (BAIMTIUDAY MORNIXG COURIER H11EKIIS Cliarlcn Dlukmin, one of the vIovcri'Rt couicdlnnn In tho country, plnycd to nmull Iiouhoh nt tho LuiihIiik hint Satur tiny. Jennie YoniuiiiiH tin June In tho comedy of tlmt niimi1, wim imich on jocil Monday evening. There wim a Htronj; miiitxirtlnt,' cniniany. Kliner Vmico'h "Patent Applied For," a Htronj? play, wiih wltneiwtl by Inrgu iiudieneeB Tuesday and Wednchday. Jjiint nifiht "A Texiw Steer wuh jireKented. , Tho Paulino Hall company in litisy preparing for tho )rodtiutlou of "Tho Honeymoonem," tho now opera by MePHrn. C. M. S. McLcllan and William Fund. Tho neene of tho find aot of tho opera inlaid In Almiee; tho hint two acta aro mipoHed to take place in 1'arlH. MIha Hall appearB in 'tho tlrnt act an an Al Batian pennant Imi.v and in tho weond net, in whiuh there Ih a great bal man iiuo scene, which Mr. David HehiRCo Im HtaKiiiK, hIio will wear tho continue of Pienot. Tho company required to pioduco tho opera will number over sevent...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 14 October 1893

F P H A'T-CJlfc-DAY MOMJtfMtfO COURIER h w o li &. iar my- .-, W n SUTURDKYM MIR SATURDAY, OCTOI1BK M. I89J. Not !. sr . .t..il.rlilinl linmliv iltvPN nntlcn llint ll ii'ikiui ifin' "t"'i":' . not Im tnlnUil( mr r im nny iioiii otit hi' earn-d l Mn.loM, mc Mil ',1'' r. 'n ortler ! nien ienmiiu jlmiwl 1 It. Hi Uncoil, Nttn.i May 1st. tmu. lilrli nil liln IT AXr I8KT YXyE 011s VIIIC DUKLflP il NOW I IV "W. I. Dcnnl Sb Co, 11X7 O Street. The Courier ran II Kountt 11 1 Hotel Lincoln Now Stand. Wlmlmir Hotel News Stunil. Capital Hotol Nowh Stand. P a Dutlo Clgor Store, 1020 O St. M. Young, 1207 0 St. Clsson, Fletcher A Co., 1120 O St. Mooro'H Nowh Stand, 118 80. 11th St. Couhikk Offlco, 1201 O St. Archlo KnniKii,2l7 So 11th St. FINE PRINTING AND ENGRAVING. Tho Courier Publishing company is propured to do nil kinds of printing lino work, especially, nt moderate prices; also engraving, wedding in vitations, culling cards, etc., Call and boo samples. Satukdav Mornum Couhikii, 1201 O str...

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. — 21 October 1893

' '"tPP'Wi? -Stf v. Saturday Morn -'. VOLUME 8, NO. 46. LINCOLN, NliBRASKA, SATURDAY, OCTOUKK 21, 1893. PRIGB FIVB Gh'NTS, :- r v, ing Courier! .;& H o i bih.-v 4 Will Wasiiinotoh. Oct. 18, 189.l.-Spcciul 7ounir.it Corrcspondonto. TKo Boli vian Kovorntitont, through Kb minister at Washington, has entered a protest ugalnBttho Bonding of tho negro, lny lor, its u roprcsontutivo lo them. Hail Mr. Clovehind searched tho wholo globe over ho could not lmvo dlBcovcred another hind whero the black mini would bo looked upon with mora din favor than In Bollviu. And the ntrahgest pnVt of It oil Ib, that Taylor ' had never tho rumotcot Idea of the Bolivian mission aB u possibility for him. Can It bo poBBiblo that tho worthy geographers In charge of our depart tnjfmt of state got their geographical lore bo sadly mixed us to confound Bolivia with Liberia? ;Tho 82,500 contribution sent to tho conscience fund of tho treasury the other day was tho largest save one that has been received in seven...

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. — 21 October 1893

rv i ..1 :us ( n . KV ffff M' W u i ii cm 0ii'lllllK f Hio Sflioil. Tlm uhihIu of tlio wiiltx 111Ip1 lln IiiuhI aotno tlnnoliiK hull of tlio Hold Lincoln lant ovonliiK.uiul echoed In tlm corridor, mid tho lirl(;lit lllumlniitlon iHhuIikwiI aaurltllitK ojt'rt, mul Iwiiutlful fneeH. iinil rich K'Wiw, '' 1W0I fulr iiihIiIciih nnd bravo nun pnyliiK liomiiK" ' , Muso Tirwlolioro. It wiw tho miiIiik ncoption of tho fwiiHon, rIvi-ii dy tho ,llcwmiit Hour clult, uml thorn wiih all tint Hparklo ami life and Kiiynty Incident ti thoHCHHoiiV oponlnn, hoforo tho plenn jurcnof tho hall room hnvohogun to pall on mocIoI.v'h dovoteca, and moil and woniiin havo heoomn wintry of i)venln fwtllvitln. It wiih Hiiuh ii Kiithorlnc of happy HHpl an doc ono' heart kinmI to Vw, nnd if tlio Interest in an 1 rented Itmt ouiiin may Ik taken an an iitiKurj of tho M(iif in, t hero are many bright thinpt ia riMect. ,.It Iuih for yeara been tlio uiihIoiii or thciilnbto lender a reception tomem liern tin they marry, ...

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. — 21 October 1893

rsr HFwerarT tt f- -j1 . irfvVi c"'!'T IT"' "it tr',! " t.?T ' I'wajifTltrny THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER 'IT jJP i.r v V I. M. HAYMOW). I'rulJrnt. I), li. THOMPSON. Vice I'irOJenl. ti. II. IHJKNHAM. (-ashlrr. I). (J. WINO, AIMnt (nliltr. (). r. IUNKH. , , , 2J Astlttant IsOilrr. EXGH HK6E nnnunni ML LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAh, $250,01)0." SURPLUS, $15,000. llrrclor--l.M. Kn)inoml, H. K. Hrown, H. H. lltmiliiim, l. K. Thmiiiisoti, t. H. Dnwes.t . II. Morrill. A. .1. Hner, Lewi Ureitory. V. A . Little, (I. M. Lainlrtoii, T. . I.owrey, S. . Ilnrntmi) THE First (tarn Bui. O AND TKNTH STnECTS. Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. nrrier.itsi E. 8. llARWoon, President. ims. A. II anna. Vlco President. F. M.rooK.t'indiler. ('. S. I.ii'i'iM'iii r, Assistant (ashler. U.S. I-'riu.man. ABiiNtitnt ('imlilur. LINCOLN, NEB. GAPlTAls, $250,000.00. Ofllrrra ami IHreetnrs. John II. Wmoiit, President. T. I'.. Kimikiis, Vlre President. J. It. MlC'i.at, Cushloi. t. E. Johnson. It. r. I.nu, Tho. Cochran. 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. — 21 October 1893

tnr V? 1 &' - r f i j v" fe $ &. J." i 1 r? ,. ,4 DftYMOiM PUBLISHED 8ATURDAY8 nt tiiu 60UUIBR PUBLISHING 60. W. MOHTON 8MITH, EoiTon and Manao ftailiirm Ofllrn IVOt O 8lre t. I'linno,! TERMS OF BUpSOnlPTION! Tim Cnumnii, inn yonr In nihnnco B'x Moulin,....., II Tlifco Mtiiitlin... ,.,... ii.h.ii mi ! Limioi.N, N:ii., Ootoiikk 'il. IBM. AMU8EMENTS. ,8ATUltDAY (TonlKht)-"A NutmcK Mulch," ut tho LiuihIiik theatre. JfOAWH -ThoiniM Q. Si'itbrooku In "IbIo of Chumpnitnp " lit tho Luim- Ing thrurru. WNDNJiSDAY-HxAicrl (1. liiKornoll, looturu on "ShiikeapenrcV' nt tho Lunalng thoutru. Fill DAY Tho Old HoimhIciuI," nt tliu LunnliiK thoutrv. 8ATU UP AY "TUo Mtwltwl Hnll," at tho IiUtnilnff theatre MONDAY mA nil wcck)Sioouor Comoily Co., utFunkoVoiiornhouHo. A fOOMHll OMJKOTION. A religious pupor puhliBhod iu Omaha criticises tho Ilea for giving a faithful account ota prise tight. Prize llghlH are, unfortunately, an Incident of tho lifo wo llvo, and aa audi nro properly within tho rop...

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. — 21 October 1893

'f'Xl'SSVi' thb ATuifcrAY morning courier Tf CARL BUNDER'S AD." IT BRINGS HIM ALL THE CATS WANTS, ANO MORE TOO. HE -Oats of Alt Port uml Conditions of llrnprct ability Crowd In nu Mr. Ditmlnr Until ' lie la Driven Almott Fruntln it ml Ap peal to tlio I'nllcn Hprgrnnt. , Copyright, 18X1, by Charles II. bowl. "Sergeant, vhtll you coma oop by my place mlt der patrol wagon?" exclaimed Mr. Dunder ah La rushed Into tlio pollcu sta tion yesterday und stood punting before the ergennt's deik. "What's tlto mnttcrr" calmly nnked tho fat pollccnmu m he wiped tho ink front his pen. "I vhns being killed 10 times oafer, unci I like about ono t'nttsnnd peoples arrested! Please get out dot wagon unci go oop on a gallopl" "Mr. Dnnder, you nro excited. IMcascslt down and calm yourself and" "Cf course 1 vims oxcltcdl I vlias neffer bo oxclted in my life! I douti' sit down uud be calm until I haf onet'ousnnd loafers iu state prlsout" Tho sergeant talked to him In n soothing way for n few minutes, mid af...

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. — 21 October 1893

k THE IATXJKDAliP MOVIIVG COURIER hi i SOc. v. I' v ! irr iht - ?.; ;f J ,. m h K ' i ? ' 1 v .. v 'It, . -.j-y Tim following now iiiUhIc reported by (leoi-go A. Crimcen 'Columbim' OloriiiHN tllrl," by Hlidiop; "Truo llourlB Can Ne'er l-rutt" by (Mbort; "Tim Sweetheart of All the Venr," by Franco; "Ah Wo Hiiiiu; and Played ToKclhor," by Hnrrln; "Ih Life Worth MvIiikt" ' HiirriH; "AlwnjH Toethcr," by (J. X. Now lln "Silence Ih Clnlden," by Worn bcrtf. Of thu HonuHof which the wouIh are given Imlmv, "Daisy Hell" Ih the reign ing HetiHatlon In ludou, and tlio chorim Ih eatohy. "Sweet Nellie Hiiwn" Ih ming by Mlnnlo Si'irtcllo in "Plum Pudding" "Tho Prodigal Son" wuh originally Ming by Svabruoko in Hill Njo'h play tluit lUaleri, "Tho Cadi." IT haa Blncoming it in "The Mo of Ghumpugne." Tin I'roillffNl Hon." Thoro wn mi old man nml li lint) two kiii lln hud, hn linil. Ho lived uu n runcli, ho tlm utory mm t He did,' hn did. 'Twim Imllt on tlio koo' old Queen Anno plan Hltiht unit to tlio...

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. — 21 October 1893

- H .:? J a T- i it M iiii is r HolHi"Aai,iVxn3t Steer" tilled thr tutnslnfi theother;nlh, and tho looul drnmutir i'riticlhav len endeuvorl'iK to accountjfor tho drawing po.nor ot that pluy. ( There arejtwo or- thtee reusons why Hojt'afureesure ItiTuriulily successful. Thejf always deal wllh Huhjeets I hut appeal to the overy day spectator, and tho subject Is presented in a vivid, humorous manner. Then Mr. Itoyt Iuih been with this actor for u nuinher of) earn. Miss llehreiis Is a oluptu mm net reus who in the ehuraoter ot .iieiVVdlsplujs her physical charms to Hood iidvsntiiKU. Mhu also dlsluya pome ability and a tendency to deolame. .John L. SullUnti pi twilled "The Man Krom Hoston' a characteristic pluy written especially for him, at the Limning' tnnt evening The ox-clutm-plon has been wen several timeH in thin city, and if he doeH not Inspire by hiri stngo art, he lit least amuses. He 1h much the same in "The Mun From Hoston' a In "Honest HeartHiind Wil ling llunds." u HH y Cc J...

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. — 21 October 1893

Pw-m " THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER 5rrrv; B" ih S1. ' l.v; - w. SATURDAY Moinn 'SATUKDAY, OCTOIH.H 21, ISVJ. i ,,.t, I" -' Niitlen, Th umlrniUnwl hereby lM notice tlmt I in .,i in rtoimiial hln fur or imr any nem n e tirrwl by cmpi . nnler U aiv rule 11 Imtiers LINCOLN, N employe'", nirept th.-ir wlilelt 1 1 iven iiprminntly slum! ".".," mi., Mny it i"' ITAIIy 8TYIE ow 'rnic ddhlop urn NOW IN. JV- ! Xotil Jte Co. J37 O Street The Courier run He found at Hotel Lincoln Now Bland. Windsor Hotol News Stand. Capital Hotel Nowa Stand. P 4 Ihulo Clgnr Btoro, 1020 O St. h'l. Young, law 0 St. Glason Fletcher A Co., 1120 O St. Mooro's Nowa Stand, 118 So. 11th Bt. Coubikr Onico, 1201 O St. Archio Enalgn,2l7 So 11th Bt. . puRATtya.msTLe., , , t Wlll-j'ottwarrr a curate, Mis Kliielr ' ' Will ni wed llh ft rjivcri'iiil linn, Willi Imitilriil nml twpiity pmimM yearly Ami Klml loRot tlmt lfliocnT Will you never iiiIm vricrHi)rTnntln? Will you visit the pour In the rain?. Will )'i vlvn up your nllk...

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