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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 2 December 1893

prW H Saturday Morning Courier MW I i(. M--r-' I VOLUME 8, NO. 52. SIR FIELD In Lincoln iih elsewhere, oho bourn daily llio query, How long will the hard tiiuuH hurt; how loii); will it take tho country to got over the iIToi:t of tho punic? A general commercial and lliuineinl punlu wuh experienced in thin county in 18.'17, from the offootH of which the country did not revive until nine yenrH later, when the change wiih brcmlit about hy the Mexican war. The govern tiiont confiscated tho IIiich of Mexico and Toxiih, IsHllCll itn notes, and IioiuIh, and a period of iullation followed, that wiih trtopped in ) 857 I y tlio banking Iiiwh, and then caiuo another panic. From thin tiiuu on until tlio war broke out there wiih groat uncertainty in the com mercial and tluaiicial Held. The war brought groat activity in business, and the good tiiucH lasted till lHT.'l, when there wiih another Herioim panic, which drugged itH weary length along till 1877. During one week in March 1877 HtockH tumbl...

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. — 2 December 1893

t'T'1 THE SATURDAY MORJVISiTQ COURIER IK IC1 It I v IV. r to V S"-J -v. Sill 1 Pill Tim Mnkc.l lull. Maintain o( tlio Pleasant Hour club had looked forward to tlio iimnkad bull arranged for TliHiikiHclvliiK Kt with moro RPnulno Intercut thuu linn Hum fur boon manifested hi any social event this season, and not n fow of them, togothor with tho ladles, mndo specially elatarato preparations for thin entertainment. Several yearn had, oIiihhm1 since tho last maiicrado, and thoro wan a determination to iiutko this ball, If posslblo.Jlhognjt'stand most attractive of fancy dress entertainments given by tho club. Tho'so who "wore fortunate enough to bo picsont at the ball in the Lincoln hotel Thursday night will probably ngroo that tho nntUlpatloiiH wore realized. It wan a imrtloularly brilliant and gay nnMiuhly. Much tasto and 'eon sldorablo Ingenuity wore displayed in tlio costumes, some of which wore very gorgeous. Tho disguises w,oro, In most InBtanccB, vory erfectlve, and thoro wore any...

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. — 2 December 1893

'f n 'V7'sr!rr7!fl-rp'v'-' TM SATURDAY MURNIKG COURmR rpim-rfrvT '" A T u Ml 1 (Continued from First Page.) Tho project to establish un art niUBOtim in Chicago out of tho ruins of tho world's fair, ia attracting much at tention, particularly since Chicago's millionaires huvo nuulo bucIi u princely hIiow of gencroflity, on paper, in connec tion with tho enterprise. Aprojsis comes tho following inturostinff hit of gossip and comment: "Mr. L. Z. Leltor, who has alvvayH been very popular with Chicago people, notwithstanding his long ubsonco from that ambitious city, created a great deal of amusement and delight Inst week, I understand, by his entrance into tho great go-as-you-please, giving-away-fortuno contest now raging among tho millionaires of tho western metro H)lis. It was not so much Mr. Lolter's gift of $100,000 to tho great museum project that caused tho amusement as tho conditions upon which ho made the bestowal. Ho agreed to subecribo $100, 000 to tho fund on tho two conditio...

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. — 2 December 1893

iw "tmigUgJB ' h- 'v . -v ,TVr TUB AriJl:DA,V MORLTCIKTQ COURIER tfty It L . H ', r ik' h &. MIMHU Lincoln, Nk., Deormiirh !i, IBM. I SHALL NOT DIE FOR THEt. Tor then I dlmll lint ills, Woman liltflmf rainoniul immai aViIWi imoii limn mnH'M lny, 1 nml tlii'y arv not the miiip. Why hIkiiiIiI I expire For thrill oof ntirc, Slcmlor wiilt or tmnnllkn llmhT la'l for thorn Hint I kIiuiiIiI die? Th rouml brrimin, tin frch akin. CliroKn rrl nmon, hair to loiiu una rlaai Inilvcil, Intlcul, I klmll Hutille, 1'lrai.o llixl, not I, ror any auoh. Tho rnihlon hair, tho forolimtl thin, TI1.1 1'liiMtu mien, the unaloun raM, Tho roiitiilnl hfol, the lnuulil tuna Foola iilotie Hud ilcatli (rum theaa. Thy iduni wit, thy perfect ralin, Tliy thin nutm, Ilka llio ao fonmt Thy white neck, thy blua eye, I ahull not Ul (or tbvM alone. Woman, Krncefnl m the ewiin, A vl innn did nurtura mm Llltla pulin, whim nrok. urluUt eye, I thal until M"M Mutual 4iluiiiuitiUi Scene A rotc rnnuut oftlro. Head dark dlec...

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. — 2 December 1893

WV-MW-srmmmiutmY,i 'ryunmiwip 'ypaawwgy "yugf - ijp -,T'qwl w i t rTi "j - THE SATURDAY MORSJXIVG COURIER 1; If : ,s f ill'- is It! it k M 't i t. Sfr M. 1 1 WITH HIS LIFE. The I'rlett Paid lor h litil Krror hf m "Yituittler " He had l-oiiiouui to iimih a second lieu tenant A young ami heardlcvi mail ante from West Point mid t lit ragged old trooper who had boon lighting Indian for three years smiled In contempt. I'll y wit mingled with contempt, lion over It was unjusUothe boy to put lilm up nualmt I the ravage Apachts for IiIh llr.t trial. Even honiu of the veteran ofticers of the war hlul made a bad failure of It when they camo out to the plains. "The joungstt-r," an tho men called him, bad been with uh a fortnight when the colonel oidered him out on a scout. We were to go down thu valley four miles, turn to the went and ride down the bank of Walnut creek three miles and then come back over the hills. Ouu sergeant, one corporal 25 hooper In all, At that time the. chances uero ngu...

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. — 2 December 1893

W - -. -, 4 TM1JS SATURDAY MORiTIXO COUKIER 50c. ttsp' 1 10 1 1 II Nkw Youk,Nov.!M. ISpooliilCounir.u CorioHpondonco. Babies, poor little l)IHH lit lllllt, llllVO IIUCOIIipliHlll'll wlmt uitllloiiH of ilollurH luivo not boon tiblo to ilo. T lioy linvo biought tho AHtorH ami tho GiiiiIiIh together in friendly Intel course. Nobody woulil premium to pruplii'H.v tllllt, III till) COMI-Hl) f lllllllllll OVl'lltH, theno two grout fainllleH nillit not luivo boeomo neiiuulntod with ouch other without tlin intervention of tho uforn hh Id children, but tho fact roinuins unalterable tluit thoy uro tho medium through which an uciUiiintanco Iiiih boon formed liotwoon theno two wealthy olomuntH. Tlio llttlo children ovor whiwo in terests tho Hubios' Kindergarten Hooloty wntohea uro tlto onoa who luivo per formed tho Uliul otlleo of introduction. TIiIh society, which wuh tho pot okurlty of Mrs. Orovor Clovolaiul wlion alio llvotl in Now York, 1h odd of Hpeclul in forest to MrK. John Jacob Alitor. ...

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. — 9 December 1893

y i r?l A t liir ii wf . . f .. Saturday Morning Courier Hi liMi-liittl ifcla,Ai ?55?!Sff T' njfr VOLUME 9, NO. lolNGOLN, NIMRASKA, SATUUOXY, DI:CI:MUMt I89J. PRIOR FIVB GENTS BSTT1 ; 7 "' j....--., j-1 -r1" " '-'" . a .. . imiM lfcnwnm' A Corroborative or tho opinion reflected in Tub Couittr.u Inst week to tho I'fTcct Unit in.t year will boo ii marked In crease in tho minilirr of now settlors on Nobrnska farms. !h tho following oxpres nion by Land Commissioner McAllister, of tho Union Pacific: "Thero has been littlo dono in P'o land business thin your, but from indications wo arc hope ful of a good trado in tho Bering Thcro appears to bo a turn in tho tide. Many inquiries arc bolng received from this middle and eiiHtoru states, iih well iib from European points, one today from Chile, indicating that our spring Bale of laud will hIiow coiiBldorablo activity. Our agents infoim mo that from recent raiiiH and appearanccH of tho Bproutiug grain, indidntions wore never more favor ablo fo...

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. — 9 December 1893

J-wir " w "wywi "" iy-)iii(ii.i.wHT1 -'' V - ffw, f tt , -fc THB A.1XJ:RIAY JMlOHUOTLBJQ COU1UBR hf i ; Sill I Pill , IT T llnlr. Mo lorn lilm from llio im-rry llinum WltliliillipMUInrillmlli lit wn notion ii roKnrillooolj To imjr lit putty mil. Ill IIioiikIiI worn illtn mill tlnrk within.' DlnrniltliMiin lofnldl "All, nint tlioMi norlnt iMit Itinitreil Arrtlmrtl to lliitililiiti'." Ill ImioU wirn nlmolor, Ioiint nml trim, IIUcullitrtnHjuiiUwcil, lllnlintHwnminmlol))- Diiiilnp. d Ami lit "ii wcro ml by llll t A )niilioti)- In liliifW mul while, "l)tonrot"llinprlilo, Yet ho llwiornil on til" w"' tin would Hint linlmtldliil. till foot fnirnM'iltlu'liini'ly wtt, , "l lio prtNo u.vo furtli mi Kilimll Tlioy wciiiwl In ill)liitf ulli'iico rlollii'il Went Knilwntil tin km IkhiihI. tin niniroftcliol lli(iiiiniiltnitlPiilllill)i Tlioilnp looki'it rolil mul chilli tin ulniiccd Into tin vixtllmlit, Hut nil wnm-nliii nnil itlll, ItnlliiKiTnl norioimly tlio ImII, ' Kin rnnl rimo In liU Imiul Mi'...

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. — 9 December 1893

CT-wyWia 4.I., i .0, iii i ionwii)iiiwirnjM , 11- w -rgafrfit; t-r .-crfv-' 'T&B fefAXTierW &I01arfJLVG ecURMO '-'AHt' (iHmW.i.I ijl Ullllltl .'mm ff I I Continued from First Page.) ' ! Tho Netcs, a kind ot shamo-faccd ad vocate of free fillvcr, gives forth tlio fol lowing roninrkablo mnnifcatatlon: "It a very rcudaMo article on flnnncinl matterBTiiECouniEK makes tho state mont that Lincoln nonds 91,000 a day, ovory day in tho year, to tho cast as in terest, on tho money sent hero for In. vestment which moans to loan out ot. real cstato and collateral. At first read' lug this sounds incrcdlblo, but tho fig urcB given and tho authorities quoted etfcctually provo its truth. To put it another, way, it is tho tributo thiscltj dovb eastern capitulistB for tho privilege of existing and carrying on its buslnefs. A heavy one, is it not? And Lincoln is not tho only city in tho west similar!) situated; every ono of tho fair cities Unit dot tho western plains or cluster round the bluff...

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. — 9 December 1893

JiffSp,.':iWf lHI7VtiK(';;?"r-T5'5l '-""S-V"4 '" ftTTTS- ' THE SATUHtDAY MORNING COURIER 3z s': in M0RNIN6G0URIER PUDLI8HED 8ATURDAY8 lit TltH GOURIBIf, PUHUSINNG 60. W. Morton mitm, editoh Deman C. Fox, uusinsbs MNAotn IhiiiIiiomOIIIcoHIIO Street. I'lionc aw, TEIIMS OF HUOBOHIPTION: Tun CmtniKM, mm yi'nr In ihWiuicp. S' Month .,, Tliroo Months. . .... ,.fHM I HI III Lincoln, Nkii., Dror.MiiKH J), IBM. Ni:WSI,AI,i;tANlTlli:iltlllltTIII.V NmvHi)i(irH huvo h rather (ooIIhIi ImliU of ci'lolimtliiu tliolr IdrthdiiyR by nillltitf utUuitloti to thi'lr iikc, und boimt Iiik of tliulr lUHly condition, JtiHt iih though tho public Ih liiliiroHlctl In tholr pruttlo, ii ml It) conoenu'd In tlutlr tenth hit; uiul other Infantilis experienced, or oven the thlnuH that accompany a milliner iikc If tlm public Iiiih any Intercut In a nowHpupor It Ih In what tho nowHpupor Ih, not In what It Iiiih boon or will bo, uiul whothor tho papor Ih one or ten yearn old Ih a unit tor of very llttlo con pcqiiotico...

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. — 9 December 1893

&r-uCT5;,)W f rv t" T" THE JATTJIWDAY MOlfcfLVXBJO OOITRrE&R CrooUnl. 7jZZrrrirrrTlW 'v to I ." IV I USEFUL CHRISTMAS FuRMrruRE Store ait south i:li:vi:nth sthekt. .v; ' .i ROCKERS, CHAIRS. LOUNGES, SIDEBOARDS, TABLES. Something for the home is the nicest present you can give. HE I I r,nvcor,iv, Chrpet Sv, IU O STltKKT. RUGS, SWEEPERS, LACE, CHENIELLE. CURTAINS. Buy something useful and you will not regret the ex pense. DAVIS ansBRAteiKA.. CO., Police Bcrgi'iint What Imvo you rim tills man In for? DUl jdii Hurt anything crooked bout LI in f g Officer McUobb 1 dlil,or. It wasncork-hhw.- ludliumpolN Journal. Inforiuntluu. Young Mnn -1 want nueiigaueinenlrliiK. Juwclcr 'n. sir. AbiMil wlmt slrnf Young Mini -1 don't know exactly, but ho con twlit me nt'ountl her linger. Tit llltR. Untitling fc Son enter to tho best fam ily trade in GROCERIES mitl MEATS. Store, 1 1'JTi 0 Hlrcot. Telephone (110. Oct n picture for a ChrinlinuH present tit Crnucer's, 212 South 11th. WH ITEUREAST COA...

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. — 9 December 1893

t r ' J twb A:a?iirY iswoK'Nrxo &&ttE2B&t . -VS W. 9 V i 'i rw . i w -FS '" V ; J ri w 'f ""v SOc. 'a W iw 1 V t "" By special arratiKement with the Mulr-Cowln Company of this city, THB COURIER Is able to make the following extraordinary premium offer: To every New Subscriber who pays 50 Gents In advance for three month's subscription, wc will give as a premium a beautiful after dinner china cup and saucer, hand decorated. These cups and saucers cannot be purchased for less than 75 cents or $1.00. Gall at the office ' and sec them. Oourtor Pit Co., TOOK O Mtreet. J K' V? ' H, 4 ' I s3? liiSTill International marrluRos aro now of uoh frequent occurrence us to ouubo carcoly inoro than patting mention, anil yet each succeeding announcement of u prospective atlianco of an Amorclnn girl with a noblo family of Ennlund, Fruncu or Germany docB not fail to crontu a certain amount of intorcBt. The h.tiBt candiduto for a pluco in "llurko's Poorage" ia Mine Adolo Grant of Now York, ...

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. — 9 December 1893

w ! .Hi i a -. . mT"l 'JftMlWMPIM ffWWW' Wp'"W mri01fT1 .! rv S "Tho Still Altirm" wiib presented r.t i tlio Lansing theatre Thurtday night. Thin molodriimn Ik very fiimlllur to Lin coin theatre goers. It tnticlo thu iihiimI tlinprepsion this week, being presented with tlio customary ou"octlvoness. Tlio play is stirring, with much moro rout dramatic interest tlinn Ih usually found In tlio modem nielodinmu. Any wuy it pleilPeS tllli audlcUCCS tllllt llHKOIIlblo t mo itj produced. Nkw Yokk, Dec. 7. Special I'omiiKii Correspondence. Tlio following aro thin week'H important attractions in Now York: Vaudeville at Tony Pastor's; "A Temperance Town" at tlio Madison Square theatre; vaudovillo at ProotorV; FranclH Wilson in "Erminlo" at tho Hroadway; L. R. Willard at tho I iffl yJBfEmh tvP & HSPlliHkK'kjiiV TII1C III13JVrJ'i." Gardonj Aloxandor Salvini at tho Star; grown tired of thin intolerable snubbing, "1192" at Palmer's; "Charley'B Aunt" ! and to give vent to his chagrin, ho him at ...

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. — 9 December 1893

MCRinjamffi iihMfi(i?iijm-' trmlj ''vw t' THE SATURDAY! JVIOIKTXKO COURIER M max:it- . i. 1 I fc . !f luiYiiiiiR SATUHDAY, DliCRMHUK 9. IBM. Nolle. Tlio tiiulorsliined heh by twos notlrn tlint. It lll ml Im rpMitnllp fir or pity iiny debt In t itrrcd liy cinlicN. eirr.pt those fur which nil orilor U ritoii i'ronnlly signed by It. I his ritto ii Imporntlvp. I'm: mini Villi. t u. Lincoln, Nkii.i Mny Isr 1W WINTEIi STYLE DUHLHP HAT NOW IN. W. 1. J3or.iie Xs Co. im 0 Street. Tin' Courier miii lln I'nunil ill Hotel Llnt-ohi Ntmn Stand. WinuVor Hotel Nowh Stand. Ci'pltiil UoM Nowh Stand. Itcl Diulo ClKar Sloio, lfttO O St. Kl. ViniiiK, IU07 0 St. OIiihuii, Flotchor ,fc Co., 11150 O St. MooruV Kuwh Stand, 118 So. 11th St. Couuir.u Olllco, 1201 O St. Archlu KiiHlKn.!U7 Sollth Ht. MNE PRINTING AND ENQRAVINQ. Tim Courier I'iiIiIIhIiIiik company Is prepared to do all klmlrtof printing, lino vor), cHpcclnlly, ut inodornto prices; ulau oiiKruvliiK, wedding in vitntionn, culling rani, etc., Gall ...

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. — 16 December 1893

p ( i Saturday Morning Courier VOLUME 9, NO. 2. blNGOLN, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1893. PRIGIl FIVE GENTS iM , h) Burly In tho nionotury stringency that him enuscd bo ninny chungon in llnancliil and tniHincHH methods, the Omuhu banks adopted n rulu to tho effect that thoy would outer for collection all iteniH on towiiH outside ot Omaha, and not givo crodit for thoiu until paid. Thoir cuBtoin had been to glvo tlieir correspondents anil ciiHtomorH credit for all cash iteniH on Nebraska townn or on points oast. Tho new rulo wan enforced for .eoveral months, und it worked a hardship on all outside Nebraska banks ns it suddenly rondored a largo amount ot "cash" itotus unavailable, and pluced tho country banks, already hard pressed, in an ombarasBing positiou. Tho now rulo tended to greatly in crease tho panicky feeling throughout tho state. For example; tho grain man, or cattle dealer, in somo small town in western Nebraska, was accustomed to draw against shipments ot grain or ca...

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. — 16 December 1893

Wffmmiim! THB SATURDAY MORNING COURIER R-. ( i' f Li IV A.. SOCIAL MI TllR CoitlHKU'H fMHillll CollllllllR tlllB wank, nml tho knowledge of ninny coin lug nodal events, toRtlfy to tho truth of wliut wait stated a week ago, viz, tliut notwithstanding tho biiRlnesH depres sion, Booloty 1h more active tluili It linn boon for Rovernl catt. 1'Voiii now until tho now year Ih ushered In tho momborR of tho jiy fir. do will havo much to engross tliolr at tout Ion, mill no ono can hoiuI up tho plaint, "Thoro'H nothing K"l"tf "" Ono would think from tho nodal activity that tho report of dullness in business cannot bo accepted an fact; lint whether 1uhIiiomr Ih good or had, wo mind havo some amusement. Moreovor, LIiicoIu'h nodal ontortalnmontH, whllo thoy nro uhniwt ttivu'ritilily vnjoynlili, urn comparatively inexpensive. Hnrtlalu, Tho uhuiiI fortnightly meeting of SoronlH wiih hold with MrH. W. 8. Bum mora on Monday, Duuoinhorll. Tho sub ject for tho afternoon wiih "Dr. Arnold of Rugby," lod ...

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. — 16 December 1893

THB SATURDAY lOKIVIIVO OOXJKtlR v I 1 Continued from First Page.) boforo u word ifl heard. of ovldonco or argument Commissioner General Qnrneuu having Bold tho NobruBknbuildingntthoworld'H fulr for $75, and disponed of tho f urnl turo, ia now receiving sealed bids for Both P. Moblcy, who would nuiko a good paperweight. After Btiitablo disposition hnB boon niudo of Mobloy, Mr. Uarncait will rnflle himself off, Auditor Mooro having expressed a willingness to buy all tho chances. Mr. Mooro Ib making a collection of BUgar and other beats, principally other, and ho wants Qarneau to add to It. Thousand dollar checks will bo very popular for Christmas giftB this your with tho pcoplo who receive them. Tho only thing that induced Mayor Weir to suspend Chief of Police Cooper and Ofllcor Pound was his desire to show his authority, and this is one of tho worst featureBof tho mayor's unfor- tunato mental infirmity. Confirmed lunatics often imagine they aro popes or kings. Just what Mayor Woir th...

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. — 16 December 1893

IV" 8Slii LfcttaWssMaMM ili&5 1 " f WffWWTRWsW ev3saMssjeijapsB) . - -- v. -.MHHti J -fT 1ll HB jSA0rXJJIAl? MORNING OOXRIX&R fjEST ffir jui w Ml K V 4 f i c t hi . i -' i(!. kv i lUiYMOiNGHR PUDLI8HED BY TIIH 8ATURDAY8 60UUIUH PUBLISHING 60. W. Morton 8mith, Beman C. Fox, . EoiTon IIUSIHICS MANAOtn IhwIncMOIllcnlWlOHlrwt. l'lmni 2M. TERMS OF 8U1180RIPTI0N1 TilH('HiKli:n,no)i'nrlii mltnnrn 8's Monlln.. Thrrti Mnnllis ' , I W , Ml LINCOLN, NkHm DfOKMHMt 10, IBM. TUT. C11IHINTMAH COIIIIIKK. TiikCouiuku will l) IhhihmI Friday iiiurnliiK 't wpoU, unci advertisers who desire to tivall Ihoinmilvrn of tlio opjmr tunlllM onVrwl by Urn Christmas Oouuikh should net Uiolr copy In hh curly lit the week iih iMirslblo. TIIK I'llllMfH MONKV. 'f UK COUKIKII L'Olllllttll'H to rw'l'lvo tllO very diritliwnlfihed consideration of tho ,OIU'IKt. Which Ih nil rlKht. Hut wo wouhl HUKKt'Bt to tho pooplo who nro rcsironslblo for tho ilitlly appear, aneo of that paper that they sail h llttlo closer to...

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. — 16 December 1893

! jyUfWotXifr fwiv T',lWr?rhrriv,,,?XJpi,,ViU' THiED SATUKDAl? MORNING COtKTE&R . re- -av V i' t lv -. f- I A . I1 ' i' I X If" k ! "?. ! I . it i "0 II 1 tf ? - ', I'. I l inil ililiilii tftaaw.g t: PUBLISHED SATURDAYS nv tun 60UUIBU PUBLISHING 60. W. Morton 8mith, Dcman C. Fox, Editor Uusiniss MANAOin llualnesa Omen 13)10 HI root. l'lmiir 2M. TBItMB OF BUDSOniPTION! Tiia Cousins, ennjr-nr lit mhnncn ,..,, 8'x Months..,. ...... i. "' Thrco Months '' " run , l to , Ml Ijinooi.n, Nmi Diwr.Miir.ii l, 181KI. Tin: fiimiHTMAH coiiuikh. TiibCouhikk will bo irwued Friday morning ooxt w ll,ul "'lvwrtlnorH who dt'Blro to nvnll themselves of tlio opiHir tunltlcH olTorod by tho Christmas Countr.n should got tliolr copy In "H curly In tlio week iih mbUIo. TIIK I'HIIMC'M MONKV. Tiik CouuiKit continues to receive tlio very distinguished consideration of tlio Journtil. Which Ih all right. Hut wo would suggest to tho oooplo who aro rcsitonslblo Tor tho dally appear unco of that paper that they ...

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. — 16 December 1893

-)i i ij pafaipaaajHiiajaaf (fW'i f v-t-tf "" ' r-i y THE SATURDAY MORJTLVO COURIER T I 1 i L lppy. a i'' ! n is Though pprhuim "honor and pIiiiiihi from no condition rlpo," thero bcpidh to bo a dun mom o( tho Intlor tliiin llio former lining from tlio condition of tlio American girls wlio hnvo married European loriillngH. Thorn Is iiIwiijh a great Amorican loilo when one of the land'fi famoiiHlieautieHor landed helreniu'H goi-n proudly up to tlio altar to meet one of tlio European cnat-offo which thoglrln of their own IiiihIh wouldn't have uh a gift. Then there eiiHiies a whorl Bpacoof quiet, and next tho papers wo tilled with accoiintH of hit lordHhlp'H peme .cautioup of IiIh wife hecaiiHU hIio will not give him monoy. The Htory in ko frequently told and is ho coiiHtantly laid along the xiiinoliiicH that eople in tho United Stilted ilimiiifw each additional victim with a rIiiiUo of disapproval, a day of gossip and a mild "I told you so." Tho woes of tlio Princess Colonnu have brou...

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