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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 28 October 1893

-;.T'T ". ! i V. 1 Saturday Morning Courier. KM- ufcjo O yVOLUME 8, NO. 47. l0IN60LN,5NliUl?ASKA, SATURDAY&OCTOBmt 28, I89J. P-KIGH HIVIi CUNTS AS ID Tliu laflt statement iiiiulo I iy tlio Lincoln hanks hIiow ii higher percentage of cash on liund than will probably bo tlio case again for a long tinio to conio. Tlio banks have, with a persistency that him pinved dishearten ing toborroworH, manifested udlsposltlon to accumulate cash until almost un heard of llgures wore reached. At tho titno tho fltatonii'iitH wore niailo tho other day tho Herman National had .'10 per cent, tho Find and Columbia .'II per cent, and tho American Exchange, .'17 per cent cash and exchange. While tlio lianltH are not loaning any money to Bpeak of iih yet, it 1h probable that there will bo a gindual shrinkage in these llgures. Deposits are slowly creeping up, and therein a prospect that a more liberal ioliuy will bo followed iih regards loans. It in interesting, though far from gratifying to note how th...

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. — 28 October 1893

rl!3pr m y a1 .'Hgqgq r t TM& A.1MJR:DAY MOKWTriVO COURIER ft-. tj U k- t? ' If V f it" J i I )r, nml Mr. l..Miy Vlt-lMl II"' Tenth Aiinlirur) r Their Wihll"Ki One ot the largest nn1 muM lUHinit receptions over hold In Lincoln wiih Hint luUl at SI. Paul's Methodist Episcopal church Monday ovontnn, given ly Rov. mul Mi 8. 0.0. Lasby, lt celebrate tho tenth anniversary of their marriage. Special itHtunlili'i-Hliml labored with tlm decorations lit' tlm church anil chtiruti purloiH for Hovnml ditJH with very grati fying results. A profusion of cut Mowers unit tropical plimtn woro placed In every nook anil corner; the chandeliers woro festooned with Hiuilax, while softened light fioin beuutjful parlor luinpH Increased tho beauty of the scone. Tables with placed around tlm rooms, covered witli delicate cloths upon which woro placed vase of Unworn. Tlm many wIiiiIowh worn also, banked with a choice collection of lloworH lend, lug groat beauty anil giving a delightful fragrance. Tho gue...

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. — 28 October 1893

" V W ? '"WrWff'lWFW w ;y yyy ypp " 'j wiyitF'lffiyT-" rynaffl?' " '!v?Wf5aBfTr,T'' -p "uipisiyrr- iwwyg,P,v wni'p,T!j&P',r " THB SATURDAY. M.OJRA?I2KQ COURIER 't t -w 1 Nil (Ml Waniiinciton, Oct. 1!T. lSU'l.-lSpoolnl CouuiKuCorreHpondenco. 1 UHkodHon utor Morgan, of Alabama, lit tlio tlino when tho Honiito committed on foreign relationa hint tho Van Alcn nomination llrflt under coiiBidorutlon, whothor lie bolioved that thu United 8tntoH had iHM'tl of diplomatic repriwntntlvrH ahroad or whothor, im tliu lata Senator Plumb, of Kiiiihiih, onoo aniil In debate, tho rolatloiiK of tho United StatcH with foreign nntloim were purely commercial and could ho entrimtod to tho euro of conmilfl or eoiniucrcial uonta. Mr. Morgan ia a man of ureat tluonuy on tho floor of tho nonnto when any question In which ho ban an active in tcrcst in under dinmiBHion; hut in private converwition ho feelH the roHpoimlbility of liia K)Hition iih chairman of tho coiu mittuo on foreign relatloim and ho 1h ex ...

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. — 28 October 1893

yyfcf -- fciitMMii i fir -M i'iV-tT'"i f-'-yi rVttofaftii-fr'tir p-i i irrtn i Indium 'nUiiM hmiw fWW I 'T,fcf i4JM" THED AOMJeiAY MOMaTNTO COURIER ll if.' II s . ii fc I r ,1 't WW I1IM1RIER PUDLI8HED SATURDAYS lit TDK 60UIIIBU PUBLISHING 60. W, MOHTON SMITH, Editoii ano Manacim, IIiihIiiom OlHrti JWI 0 8tnct. Plume '2i. TERMS OP SUDSOniPTION: Tiih C(HiHll;n, minyi'itr In nilvnnrn , . fi ll H'x Moiitli I TlinwMotillm... ' - M ..JV iilrt)Ot.N, Ni.ii., Otrroiiuu i!H, IBM. AMUSEMENT8. HATUJIDAV ('VouM) "Tho Masked Dull," nt tliu Lansing theatre. .WOAVwr- Oliver Doml Hymn in "'I'lio Dark Continent," lit tho IjiiiihIuk thcatri). ' TUKSDAV-OUvur Doud Hymn In "Tliu Dark Continent," lit the Laus Inn theatre, WMhVKSDAV "The (Ilii ! Loft He lilntl Me," nt tint Lansing theatre. TV liiSMl-Nellie Mcllonry in "A Nllit at tlm Circus," at tho Lsns lug theatre. yll)AY"Tw Stowaway," at tho Lansing theatre. VATUKDAYVrnnh Daniels in "Little Puck Up to Date," at the LhiihIiik theatre. M0N1)AV-im nil we...

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. — 28 October 1893

',fS THE SATXJKDAY MOKaVKVO COURIER 1 Tho following now music is roHrtod by George A. Crnncer: ".Minnie! Come Kihh Your Honey Hoy," iliuitut!oii song; "SereniulorH," serlo comic song; "Alny Dawn,"' waltz song; "Sweetheart Mini', Awake," "Nor to do Sky," Kthiopiun song and chorus; "Miiuimu's IjovoHong,'1 it lullaby; "Forgot Mo Not." "Sim's My liest Girl," song In lloyt's "A Trip to Chinatown." Soiik 'f All Nations. Isloof ChnmpuKiio. I've roamed thin wide world mor, Seen many n lovoly fnco Willi rosy lltK, spnrklllur ojes iiml willing furiii of Krnco. In Franco 1 loved a inniili'ii, Ami I linked lior fur her IiiiiiiI, Hlio liml to iK'clliK', aim woiililn'l Im mine, Fur my Frcncli she omilil not understand. Cllllltl'MI To Jours In mnlmo inotiir eheri Al tcz vons zomt (jca, vor) i i Cafo auliilt Rnllan tltioilmliii ilny Infant terrlblo tnl ley lions. A tpz vons Banco In mo Here. Tnblo d'hoto dinner ono dollnlro, Ji'ii ncz ci tins tra In In la. Clliiuot In I'er-rl or Jon et. In ltnly I ...

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. — 28 October 1893

I Hi I I III Hl r X ' T r. wmM 4. .TH E SATURDAY TVrOIrCIiVO COURIER , ' V hi1- f , t c i . . 4 ','4, tt SO M I 1I-' I i ! i. f r t u F. W i? ; lit Sf r v& ? 7Vmmni multnitur, rl new iiiiifiiiiiHr in ii'h. 1j. C. Hurr him lately como in (tosses hIoii of u llttlo book, u pcraunl of which HUKKosts tho iiImivo thought with boiuo force, imrtiutilurly with reference to Nebraska. 'Way hack in tho W)'h .lamcH M. Vk. worth, tint noted Oiiiiihu lHW)er, was u "couusollnr.ut-taw and general '""d agent" ut Omuliii City, N. T. (NoliniHku Territory.) Ho published in 1857 a brochure entitled "Nebraska in 18."7." Not very niany of tho IxHikH wore printed, or iIho most of them woro ir retrievably lont, uh thoy uro a great rarity, Mr. Hurr uiunu uerowi ono of tho books iu an old book store thoothor day. It 1b it very interesting llttlo publication. In tho beginning Mr. Woolworth says that "thousands will thin season vlnit tho woBt," uiul ho thoroforo gives boiiio Inforuiation concerning routes. "...

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. — 28 October 1893

wik'.TH0f-" THB SATURDAY MORNING COURIER 'V ' ii Hi ui There !h n pile ilrivir in "A Nutmeg Match," presented lit the Lansing Satur day night anil it 1oo1h like a pile driver. Thoro imi't very much else (f interest in it, ami while pile drive are all right in their way, there are attraction) that are more indent. Tiie pile driver wan mip lorted ly a company of varying hIiiiiIph of tlieatrical ability. "The iHloof Champagne" might better be called "Seabrooke." For there in very little left or it after Seabrooko in taken out. To be mire there in Home pretty IhIo of Champagne'' !h awfully funny. It contains Home new ideas, and abounds in amusing situations. The production Ih Htimptuoimly tttaged, and the enter talnment merited a much warmer to ception than It received, Lincoln nttdicnccH are the worst audienceH in the world. They either tlo not know a good tiling when they nee It, or olso are ashamed to make any maul fcHtlou of their appreciation or plcumitc. Juliette Cordon, I'rixcilh...

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. — 28 October 1893

JbJ.mi'rmn yKim THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER ;' rt i' I" ! IV" i . v f ri . n ffo f"t U 1t SAlWYiRNIlIi) SATURDAY, OCI'OMiU 28, W)i. N.illrr 1 ho unilomlmifd lierolijr two notion tlml ll a III mil Ihi roiuiiililo fur or pay nny tlit In curred W iiinloye, oxrotit tlttwo for w'llcli nn onlcr U imcii iieriMiiiiilly ImihI liy ll. Him rnlniilmiieriitlie. , OiimMl VliH.t . MNnii.N.Ni.n., Mn lux lW VAX,! STYIvB OH 'I'lllC DUMLflP (HIT. :vox' irv. W. 1. Dei l 1 1 Se Co. .Y7 0 .S'irc. llm Courier run Hi' 1'uiunt l Hotel Lincoln NnwuBtund. Windsor Hold Nowh Slund. Ci'pllul Hold News Htund. Rod Dmln Clgur Btoia, 1020 O Ht. Kcl. Young, 1U07 O St. Chimin, Klotehor .fc Co., HBO O St. Mwiro'H Nowh Slunil, 118 Bo. lllli Ht. CouiiiKU Onicc, 1201 O St. ArchloEnslgn,i!17Bblllh8t. FINE PRINTING AND ENGRAVING. Tiio Courier Publishing company Ih prepared to ilo nil kinds of printing, Hun work, especially, nt modcruto prleen; aim) ongrnvlng, wedding In- vitatloiiH, calling etirdH, etc., Call and see sampl...

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. — 4 November 1893

tei' ;Y' .if CA'A' ' Saturday Morning Courier. VOLUME 8, NO. 48. UINGOLN, NliUUASKA, SATURDAY, NOVI-MUliU 4, 1893. I'NIGK FIVK GKNTS " 1 The Improved llniinciul situation in Now York unci othnr cuHtorn monoy cen ters continucH to havo ita effect In litis city. Within tho past fow days sovorul largo insuranco and trust companies in Now York, Philadelphia and elsowhoro havo expressed their willingness to loan monoy in considerable amounts on tlrst class security, and it will not ho long until tho ilow ot eastern money will havo set in in sullleiont voluino to have a most honilkial olTcct on business in Lincoln. It is a fact that Nebraska has succeeded in maintaining her credit in tho oast, notwithstanding the political disturbances that have taken placo. This 1b particularly gratifying ;,, tho faco ot tho manifest intention of eastern lounors to withdraw their money from Kansaa and refuse to make any now loans. Kansas' unbridled political can tankorousness, and lawlessness, and tho di...

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. — 4 November 1893

i-'y- vsnrt "W k--(. ur f ro,F.ffv.'F!p ""t 1 "f .'"J i "S-'f??5'' v"; ' ''t- v fryrj" vsw l ' THE dAOMJRIJAY MORNING COURIER t T I-. t l i ? w h h r ' t ' ?. i IA. h .p i i t. 1 i.' a y , c ! ml Pin "Vf , U" Tint tVnlitry Chili, Tin Century Clult wiih entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. 0. if. Jones nt her pleasant homo nl Hoontoentli anil I) streets. Tim subjout under dis cussion wus Fi unco. Tlio meeting wus iUHjiii'il with ii iiiipnron "Crusaders," by Mrs. M. K. Klrlter. Other Interesting papers wore read im follows! "The NormniiH In Friinec," Mis. K. T. Vim Brunts "lluttlo of Hustings lOOO," Mrs. V. II. Woleott; "Hundred Yours Wiir," Mrs. Frank Campbell, "LouIh XI, 1U11 1483," Mm. H. II. Curtis; "Francis 1, 1575 1RI7, . loan of Arc, Tim IIiihIIIo," Mm. D. A. Campbell. Tim next incotlngnf Hi" club will bo hold al llin homo of MrH. Scott In Nnst Lincoln. Mm. I'liuhii llnli'i lulim. Mih. Carl Funuo entertained delight fully Monday nf tornoon (lie form of dl er- hIoii being an au...

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. — 4 November 1893

r4, . J fi t 'TW'rSJpt, f" tehed a.ArxjifciAY mobenxbjo courier """vf. tf K i H MI No oihi known bottor Hum Mayor Weir tho truth of tho BtutontentB made fn lust week's CouiiiKit relative to tho Interest of Mayor Weir's reform police force In tho election of Fred Miller, and tho efforts of members of the police force in his behalf. That Tub Cocjiikk touched Mio mayor in a vital spot let evident from tho asperity displayed by His Honor, and his perfunctory denial will fall to convince anybody. Officer Kuccni distributed ticket at the station as stated, he did tin tin proper act, und mci work on the part of any officer in the interest of any fail didatc in hereby forbidden," This is tho language of tho mayor, who induces tho other two members of tho exciso board to sign a statement with him. Kuccra most emphatically did do just what Tin: Couiuk.h said hu did, and that Mayor Weir knows ho did is clearly manifest from his rejoinder. There is no attempt at denial in this instance; tho may...

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. — 4 November 1893

" ' hW8f;-f ',?;"" :W?fJ3FpFi i 1HLB AOrXJIJAY MORXING COURIER ry 'i bh I k'V ; f ' , u --, ,- -1 r ' ' .k'" v.' .v-.' '. ' "' " "-'-V " . ".. ira. .. r . '. . ' .' Tv.sT-s'tr r'-' &&? "T "'V'rt 50c K IC fr l''' i I r ?' t I ft $r J! ltK F M4M I ,-, t," ,( i ', ;' , , -,5J " 'Ai l Wahiiiniiton, Nov. 3, 181Vt.l8)ocInl CouitiKU CorrpHiKJiHloncoO-l'rofoBHor Hnson, of tlm Unltwl StutoH Wcnthor IhiroHU, In K)lnK to initko an noriul voy ago iicroM th Atlantlu after a novol plan. Uo will travel In a balloon, Imt It will bo forimul of u ntnuiK) material and oinilpped with dovlcoa lilthorto uti heard of, It will ho diroctod hy moana of propollera and a ruddor, and Ihox xctod toatay afloat two wooka or moro, though tho tratiH-oceanlu trip may ro qulro only fifty hourn. Tho ontorprlHo will ho puld for out of private Hindu, hut iuoh iiiBtrumoutB iib aro required for ' meteorological and other Hclentltlc ohBcrvatlnnn will he turnliihed hy tho Kovornment. Tho balloon will ho a small one, ...

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. — 4 November 1893

V f' ih-wW " "; " ' j " ' v eF'v ,,Vir""" ''"v ljfn " fr-. THB SiVTMJRIW MORNING COURIER ' 1 rf h i UN Colonel Harry IlntehkinH In a modcut man. Hut by dint ot a Kooddenl of pernever iwico'ii repreRcntntlvo of Tim CmmtKit succeeded thejnthcr day in nvercoiulii"; hlfl natural dirtldeuco to mich an extent that ho related his recent experiences in Oklahoma Territory with perfect free doiu. The. colonel it) an energetic man. Where he Ih thlna are ahvajH Htire to happen, and when there Ih any excite ment koIdk on ho Ih generally' about an near the middle of it an ho can got. On the Friday before tho opening of the Cherokee strip Colonel Hotchlrfiw Hot the whcclH in bin head in motion and ho determined to go down and we the fun. Ho arrived on tho hcodo at about 10 a. m. Tho rush wiib to begin at 1-. There wero (500 people in lino waiting to .eglttter on the outnlde of the ntrlp, and ho immediately paw that if ho waited for IiIh turn ho wouldn't be in it at all. Ho didn't wait. TIiIh Ih ho...

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. — 4 November 1893

J-v Wffiwi' T ft XHB SATUKDAY MO:RaII OOUIfcKE&Ifc jwmi' flir1" . i t. r i i I ! Iv & iv ' ,j SHTURDHY MORNINGGOURIER PUBLISHED 3ATUnDAY8 lit Tlltt 60UUIBR PUUUSUING 60. W, MontoN Smith, Bonon ano manaoih, HnliiPMOItlroiail()8lriHt. Phone 2M. TERMB OF BUB80HIPTION! Tim Couhikh, dim jrcnr In mlvnnon. BH Months.. . Tlirco Months, . WW t ll Ml Lincoln, Nkh., Novf.miikh 1, 181KI. AMU8EMENTS. SATUIU)AY-'lni Frank Dauinln In "Little ruck Up tyPulo," nt tho LnnsliiK thrutro. SUNDAY SncnV concert ly tho No brnnkii Btntn Imml, nt tlm'Liiimliiir . thentro.ntH o'clock. MONDAY-Am nil woiilc Flint, tlio Funnmkcr, nt Fimlui's oporu Iioiibp. MONDAY -l Morris In "Tlio Old MiiHlctnn" mill "Tlio Mnjor," ut tlio LiiiuiIhk tliontre. TUKSDA 1 -Wlillo Collier In "Hims anil lions," ut tlio LiiiipIiik tliontre. WKDNK8DAY"Tio Flint Mull," nt tlio LiiiihIiik theatre. THURSDAY llinth A. Clunlnor In "Priio Winner," nt the Liumln theatre. FRIDAY Wnlkor Whltosiilo In "Kluh ellen," nt the LnnnliiK thentre...

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. — 4 November 1893

VWl w; h r THE SATURDAY MOIWOTSfO COURIER I ill AtMohc JjK r. The lino of attractions offered at thu two theatres .tlio pant week was most uttrnctlve, but tlio public did not ro spond in Mich a manner an to oiler much encouragement to the not too cheerful mantigors. "The Masked Hall" at the Lansing theatre Saturday evening, whb excel lently done, to a Htuall audience. Mr. Cooto ua Paul lilondet the part createil by John Drew, gave a strong character izatlon. There Is a noo)ty In "The Masked Hall," the portrayal of a tipsy woman, or rather a lady Intoxicuted, and Miss Marion Voting sustained the same admirably. Her acting was delicate, yet effective. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver 11) run are not particularly well known in Lincoln, and they did not prove to be a diawing caul, Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday "The Girl I Left Ho hind Me," a military play not equal to "Alabama" or "Shenandoah" was pro minted at the Lansing Wednesday by an evenly balanced company. Tlio Indian Scar Brow talks a ver...

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. — 4 November 1893

W&rMi$ "'VtW" gtaj W p; TMT "V imisl$$mf'' '' V THR aATURIAY MORNIXG COURIER i'f U w t I IV m - 5s cv, iw IV. Ki Flo y n. , h.O i sniiiiiR SATURDAY, NOVUMMiK 4, INJ. Ni.llrr Tlia miiWslmiwI liTi hy mivm The miiwrsninwi ii"Tt or kivi- ihm ltl mil W niMiilMc fi'ror imy itny eiirrnl by rniploj-M, xpji1 tliosn for ornrr it Burn imtmimiuij imkim'.. rnl li tmi)rrntUf. . ova Lincoln, Nml, Mil) 1st IM'J notion tliiU.lt tli'lit III wlilrli nn il liy It. This Mill Pun. Tti. ow 'l'nic DUNLHP HOT. XOW i:V. W. I. o t-i 1 m Ms Co, UU7 O Street. Tim Cotirlir ciiii lln I'oiniit lit Hotel Lincoln News Stand. Windsor Hotol Nowh Sfnnd. Ciipttul Hotel Ntnvii Stand. Ilod Dudo Cigar Stoin, 1020 0 St. 15tl. Young, 1207 O St. Clason, Fletcher St Co., 1120 O Bt. Moore's Nowh Stand, 118 Bo. 11th St. Couhikk Olllce, 1201 O St. Aichlo EiiBlgii,2l7 So 11th St. Ill I INE PRINTING AND ENGRAVING. The Courier Publishing coin puny Ih prepuied to do nil klndHot printing, lino work, especially, nt moderate prices;...

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. — 11 November 1893

' v i - -"Tl kW vrt.l'? r-y'" (. ' , 't l a " f i ! Vi vi(nf p ' ' 7 - ?j ' r 'ii i" v, i tu ' v . . Saturday Morning Courier. VOLUME 8, NO. 49. lolNGOLN, NUMiASKA. SATURDAY, NOVKMUHIi II, 1893. PRIGK FIVB GENTS ypiir- j ' w, J I? SB ID Financial depressions a lieu t thu largo cities first. Thu ninall country towiiR aro the hiHt to feci tholr intluoncu. Thoro 1h u butter fooling among tho wholesalers in thin city than among thn retailors because thu former do business with thu small towns, many of which aro in very fair condition linancially. OrocurieB Thoru is a somewhat marked improvement in this lino. Trade ia better, with out of town collections fair to good. Merchants are tooling much better than thoy did a couploof weeks ago. Cigars, etc. A Hlight iiniroveiiient in noticeable. There 1h no complaint an to out of town collections. I'aintH and oils HuBinesB in slow, with evidence of slight improvement. Furniture, etc. Volume of business slowly expanding. Some bills aro being disc...

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. — 11 November 1893

VS " (FyFWS"''- H" J f Tif5pw:'jp' WpivW': ODH (SA.'TXJIfcDAY MOraNXNO -T)-pir ' ft,t Iw ft l ir ij'-i t Vrl f ft . 5 ikt, Lu h R'is. r. Stf V t V '- r, li' ;, . r 'B . ,j it ' 11 1 Pill rii'iinrtiil llnur Purl). Tho second Pleasant Hour party of the season wim held lust evening lit tlio Lincoln hotel. There was n goodly at tendance of )onng peoplo, and delight till muslo was furnished liy tlio slide orchestra. The membership of this popular organlnllon In not quite iih largo lift anticipated at tlio commenco mont of tlio season; but much Interest Ih being manifested, and tlio purlieu aro marked by tlio 7imt of IIioho pawn I. ttimilit lliinclliir IVr') Tito Itavola chili gave lliolr llrst llano, ing party ntTeinpIo hall Krlday evening, Tlioro wiih ijutto it liirgo attoudanuo anil tunny beautiful tollutH worn worn liy tlio ladles. MuhIc wiih furnished liy tlio Lansing ortiliPHtrn. Tlio club will glw n number of inrtltH during tlio season. Thoso prcsont wer.o: MIssoh Hunt singor, Heut...

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. — 11 November 1893

' "v1&ViTrrrV : V "l - g- TUB SATURDAY WfOTClVUZO 'COXIRIISIR zt.irtrv&f n -" ; I Si: r's-v. M 11 H The recent mooting of tho Wentorn leaguo held in Chicago Iidh given thnt organization Hitch a boom that its pros pects now look moflt rony ami bright. But in the work of reorganizing the leaguo Mr promote are going carefully and slowly. It in the intention to admit to membership only Bitch cities aa will remain in tho league for a number of years. The Western leaguo will come into tho field in 181)1 and expects to stay. As a training school in dovoloping young players it is expected to oxort a (Kiworful inllucnce uion the National league. It is well known that tho east eru and southern lenguo have turned out few desirable acquisitions for tho major body. Tho leagues in question wcro mado up, in fact, from profession als who had outlived their usefulness in tho big organization. Never before in the history of base ball was tho supply of crack young players ho inadequate to tho ...

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. — 11 November 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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