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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 22 July 1893

v THE SATURDAY MORXING OOURIE1 I iv 'if HUE A dapper young woman entered nn eastern nowspapor olllco tho other day, and alngllnRouttho "porting and fashion cdltora.rentortalncdlthenilwlfh an im- promptu dlcourBo.on;UloycHnK7or,wo men, riding eostumca'for womon, etc. 8ho Bald, among othor thlium: A"l am a blcyclo rider, and I know bloyulo riding, dono properly, IS THR ATTIIA0T1OX that will gei womon out of doom, givo thorn excreta:), improvo their health, nnd add to their own personal nppcarnnco. I havo learnod this from eight years of experience on tho wheel. Tho groat point about this, howovor, in, that thoro is'a way to rldo nnd n way r.ot to ride. Women need to avoid tho crrora of tho gontlomon riders of tho wheel. Riding to break records or to make records Is bad, especially In tho case of womon. It is nbusing a healthy pastime that ought to bo follow d Bolely for pleasuro. When followed ih a recreation on rational prin ciples It cm not help but bo a bonollt to womon folk. Two t...

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. — 22 July 1893

'" '&!$ HATUHDAY MOKSf I3M3h COURIB1 iV B n . ., i li 3 Ri f "-vi J-V .. ".ir 1) s. ) t- J l . ffiM Vast. jiv." w lOWAr JiLV. I If . T ) llt WITH TMIM, ' Of course an occasion m celebrated M this crowulng event of tho frontier sea ao had attracted the widely scattered beauty of tho rogion. Miss Cordelia Do laacey, tho "Wild Rom of Han Balm," the petfiiHio of whoso attractions hml been blown abroad by tho pnilriobreozci M fur east m San Marcus, was prcHont to blossom anow nnd to oxctto oven more fragrant fancies In the minds of her po tWo Admirers. MIm Flo' Brooks, clear veil And bowltohlng, hold out alluringly the fascinations of hcrnativo town of Flint Book. There woro other hnmblor Importations Against whoso staid modi ocrlty these colobrated beauties flushed M Against A sombor background. Tho local honors woro sustained by Miss Ber tha Maverick and Miss Cynthia Dallas. Bat public interest in tho Bah Marcus ball WM better shown in the attondanco el the men. Thero was a generou...

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. — 22 July 1893

"( clearI H (lonoI IskinM JIL lifeJ MENTALl Im I STRONQ 1 EWERGYIJB. NERVES Sarsaparillaj M. ftammerly. a well-known btnlncs mnn ot lllllsbori, Va., tends this testimony to me menu i.i Ayer-a Dnrsapuriuai "several yean ago, I hurt my leg, the Injury leiulim a sore wnrjn icu 10 erysipelas, my suncringi woro exti rio, my leg, from tlio kneo to tlio a sore whl jIi led to erysipelas. My suffcrlimi nnklft.beliii a solid sore, which began tn ex tend to othe narta of tho IkiiIv. Aficrtrvliiir various rrr -dies, I begnn taking Aycr's BitrsnparlllH and, before I had finished tho first bottle. I experienced great relief) tlio second bold effected a complete cure." Ayer'3 Sanaparllla Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats. Ci rsothrs,wlll euro you .v? tW Dr. T. O'Connor, (Successor to Dr. Charles SunrlM.) CORES CANCERS, TUMORS, Wens and Flstalns without tht usa ot Knits, Chloroform or Ether. Office 13M 0 Strsut Uru block. LINCOLN, NEB. Chleifit Rick IsUq. & Pacific Ry. WwtBjfC ...

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. — 22 July 1893

u t :', A" 'tf ',1 I- T 'i ' SUMMER StYLB DUKLflPHflT NOW IP. W. R Dennla Sr) Co J137 0 Slrtct. The Courier run Ho round at Hotel Lincoln News Bland. Windsor Hotel News Stand. Capital Hotel News Stnnd. Red Dudo Cigar Btoro, 1020 0 St. Ed. Young, 1307 O Bt. Claaon, Fletcher Co.. 1130 O St, Moore's News Stand, 118 Bo. 11th St. Courier Office. 1134 O St. Cuilno Cigar Store, 13th and 0 Sts. P. Peine. 1430 O Bt. , , t Archio Enalgn,217 So 11th St. Nolle. The nwic vlll not bo he niylmlsnwl liwrliy sire nollco llmt.lt iloht in- Lincoln. Nkn., May 1t, 1SW, Furs stored nt F. E. Voelkor's. Whltobrcast Coal and Llmo Co. Bathing caps at Roctor'a Pharmacy. Althea toilet preparatories at Roctor'a Pharmacy. Jeckell Bros. Tailors, 110 north Thir teeuth street. David P. Sims, dontlst, rooms 42 and 43 Burr block. " -Pry Club House coffee, none so good. Millar Clifford. Imported and domestic toilet soaps Bt Rector's Pharmacy. Mrs. McFarland, professional nurse, 131 South Eleventh street. Sampson Biste...

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. — 29 July 1893

tor "Hfw ; i w ; v . ? ,f jf i'j Saturday Morning Courier. VOLUME 8, NO. 34. WNGOLN, NHBUASKA, SATURDAY, JUIoY 29, 1893. PKIGB FIVIi GENTS V I Tho stranger who nrrlves In Chicago llnda himself nt son, and unlcsB ho is skilled in tho art of travel ho Is more than likely to ho fleeced in peeking guidance of tho Jehus that swam tho various depots. Chicago 1h a city of great diBtances nnd multiplied railway HtntioiiH, and thoBltuation is at onco con fusing to now comers particularly bo this crowded seuson. Therefore, to strangers and oven those who havo a limited acquaintance of tho city, my advice is not to como until you havo cor responded with bo mo relative, friend or reliable agent and made your arrange ments. When you nrrivo you will find it advantageous to know just what to do und where to go, independent of hack , men and idlers, who are on tho keen watch for suckers. Information should bo sought only of ;olieomun and uni formed depot agents, and oven of them ask only tho direct...

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. — 29 July 1893

y , THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER VI II M Tlio ftithitfllnnm of tliono who nitnlstnr io tliowwlitloloniont In Lincoln him boon ttrrntly rnprwwMl during Iho past- month, .Indoor parties nro out of tho ntn'sllon, It hun lieen too hot to picnic and coach nnd ovon tho mnrrlngo nmnlit terminated ton great oxtont with tho month of Juno. In fact camping hpoiuh. to ho tho only IKipulnr nmucpimmt with Lincoln people In HinnnuT. Them Ih nn InuruiiHlng xim1uh to tho world'H fair, tlio son Bhoro nd tho inountahiH, and Umbo who uro coinHled to stay at homo nnd who must hiivo nmupomont, peek It at tho pnrks, driving nnd In lounging In their yards In hmninockn nnd easy chairs. All Kli'KiOll lloniK WimMIiik. Tho rcHlilonco of Mr. and Mm. It. 11. , Oakley wiih hnndHomely dpcorated with beautiful water lllllesand tropical plunttt, .nnd brilliantly lllumlnatod Wednesday -evening for tho wedding of Mr. Oakloy'n Ister, Mrs. Luna HurgcsH to Mr. Elinor Lolnnd Van Dresser, of South Hond, "Wash. Promptly at ...

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. — 29 July 1893

$mtfTtifimfwf 'v' "wipw 1E- OVIOIIPCO ,, rr5w frsftifi Mrs. Charles Llptiincott is visiting in Oinithu. ' Mr. 0. A. DorBoy Bpoiit Suiulny at Kctinuy. Mr. John D. Morrison left Monthly for Purcy, In. MIpr Hollo Holllngflwortli lof t Tiientliiy for Chicno. Sccrotnryof Stuto John 0. A lien him gone to Chicago. Mr. J. II. Culver, of Milford, whh in Lincoln this week. Mr. J. Staley left Tucwlny evening for KaiiHiiR City, Kan. Mrs. II. IIollowbiiBh left Wednesilay for Howling Green. Mr. W. Cx)k nml MrVan Duboii left Wednesday for Chicago. Mies Addio MiiRtin Ib enjoying n viflit with relatives in Wahoo. Mr. A. C. Townpaml is enjoying tho beauties' of tho White City. Mr. nml Mrs. Paul P. Clark aro enjoy ing a visit at tho world's fair. Mrs. J. D. HarriH is enjoying a visit with relatives In Salt Lako City. Mr. D. A. Campbell has returned from his visit to tho Columblab exposition. Dr. Garten, wife and daughter Ulanche, left Monday for Chicago and the east. Judge M. 11. Ruse, and pon have re...

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. — 29 July 1893

THE ATUirDAYHM0RSIlO COURIER h ;m V N'n S. i' 'M-fi V V 1 SHTUYliHlR PUBLISHED SATURDAYS BT TUB COURIHR PUBLISHING 60. L.Wkmki,, Jr., YV. Morton Hurra, rrrlt!ont sml Msntft-cr, Boeretsry and Tresauror. Huilnot Offlco 1134 0 Btreet. I'liono 253. TKNMI OF IUMORIPTIONI Thh Coustsa, on Jsr, in tdrauce. H.O0 fill months i 1.00 Threo months i. ........ BO OORHMPONDBHOI. fVnlvlltiiltfinB ntl nil rnmmiin'jAtlnnl rela tire to now and editorial mallet Mioultl be ad taMMli. To the editor. All trashiest Irttora and remlttancM tlionld tx addressed lo Ths Comma t'uni.isniNa Co., Lincoln, Nth. Drafts, chw-ks . and itottoftici; orders should bo made payable, to tin ordor of tho company, TIIK COURIER 1'UULIHHINO 00. W. MORTON tMITH, ioitor. Ci.kvki.and could roHloru conlldoneo ml brltiK prosperity to thu ontlro coun try In h single week's tlmo by just notify dug his congressional wild colts to lot tlio 4urllT alone. It im irotty hot wonthor, hut tho nnthrnclto coal coiuhlno goes right ulong luylng K...

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. — 29 July 1893

THE m AMJIUA.Y1 tfMORS ING COURIER W iM"J I PUiLISHED SATURDAYS BT TUB COURIER PUBLISHING 60. TrNlilxnt iinil Mantr. Bccrelarjr unit Tnmuror. W, Morton Hmitii, Btulnw Olllfo 1134 O Street. riiono 2M, TKRMI OF iUMORIPTIONt TnaCovsiss, one year, In advance... ..,.,. $2.00 Six montln,. 1.00 Throo months... . M OORRESPONDINOE. Contribution! ami all eomnmn'stlmis, rU tit to now unci illlorUl nialtot should be art. 4rrrii. To the milter. Allbuitnrii lettors anil rcmlttancM alinniil fa tlrtrCMMl to 1'HaCotJNtKN I'uni.UHlNo ("o., Lincoln, Nl. Drafts, eliiM-ks nml puitoHlci order should bo mad payablo to the order of the company. TIIR OOURtKR rUUURHINO CO. W. MORTON SMITH, lOlTOR. Ot.KVKt.AND could ronton) confidence .and bring prosperity to tho ontlro conn try in slnglo week's tlmoby juat notify ing his congressional wtldcoltHto lot tho iarllT alone. It ih pretty hot woathor, but tho .anthracite coul combine goes right along laying lt wirt'M. Tho uttornoy general of tho United Stilton Ih to...

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. — 29 July 1893

Y'JN r?$l THJB SATURDAY MORNIXG OOURIEJR 4 ,.t, J I' 1 . V ' v1 H t i ea i Ha,: (? f. .1 Sft,'"; fc' c '. f III (CuNffiiiiafi-om Kiyhth Page.) Hud it landed mul knocked tho Brain tree Iml out Smith must huvo lost on u foul, tiB tho blow was unquestionably a foul one. Ah It missed, Rcfereo Slier contented himself hy warning Smith thut tho next foul ho committed would loso for him. When tho mill wum ovor Smith's party ref lined to admit that ho wan groggy t any timo, and announced Bagoly, "Why, that's tho way ho wIiih all his lights." If tho last declaration ho true, then Smith must go down to his tory as by all odds the luckiest pugilist that over entered n ring. Dcspito tho protestations of his party ho was decidedly groggy, and tho punch that landed Grillln was probably tho last irood one Smith had loft In him. Grl(lln must have been crazy to tako tho chances ho did. It ho had kept jabbing with his loft hand and then pulling away Smith would have whipped him. Bolt in his mad rushes...

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. — 29 July 1893

'jpywpf E SATURDAY MORNING OOIJRIJSR. , A 'M r ru- fe fiC ftfift' T H (CoiiffiificrfroM Eighth Page.) Had it landed ami knocked tho Drain treo lad out Smith must havo lost on a foul, as tho blow was unquestionably a foul ono. Ab it mlpfled, Refereo Silor contented hlninelf by warning Smith that tho next foul ho committed would loso for him. When tho mill wan over Smith's party refused to admit that ho wan groggy at any timo, and announced sagoly, "Why, that's tho way ho wins all his tluhtfl." If tho last declaration ho true, then Smith must go down to his. tory as by all odds tho luckiest puftlllst that ever entered a ring. Despito tho protestations of his party ho was decidedly groggy, and tho punch that landed Grlflln was probably tho last good ono Smith hud loft In him. Grlflln must havo been crazy to tako tho chances ho did. If ho had kept Jabbing with his left hand and thou pulling away Smith would havo whipped him solt in his mad rushes. A wilder lighter novor entered tho ring...

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. — 29 July 1893

:i Tim" h ArtTRi v :vioi:v imH i I. . "i yv,' & ' t 'S t ;. i I v 1 ', 1M t y VAST, cmowam tiuy. aieMtte, ), t . aratitea , ruiiitm UHAlTKIt X. Henry Brnco walked rapidly nway In Mm mellow light of tho moon, lly the Ute of a leprous sycatnoro lio panned to Mght a cigar. In tho quick, uiwprliiKinK light of tho match ho behold n innn Rent ed upon the doorstono of Murray's storo Mil dejectedly smoking. Tho soft moon rays beat gently down upon tho dejected fgnre, idealising his attitude, Tho innn u armed, and his revolvers glanced In Mm moonlight A largo, rawbonod horso stood Ranntly ontlltiod In tho shadow. Bract recognized Buck Jerrold and tho arratio Buckshot. "A fine night for a ride," ho wild, puff lag hU cigar. Mr. Jorrold raised his head gloomily. "Well enough for thoni es cares to i-lda," ha Msented, "but 1 ain't in no amor fer thet sort of amusement." "Tasted differ," replied Bruce plea aatly , noting the other's manner and arawdly divining Its cause. "Now, I aaoald llko no...

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. — 29 July 1893

COURIER 0 " T"' MOANING V 9- r "For Years," Buys OAtttuit E. Stockwrm., of Clicitcr field, K. It., "I win uMlctiHl Willi an extiemcly ictcro mln In tliu lower luirt o the cheat. Tlio fvvling wm us It ton wt'lRlit a lull, vu it spot tlio slit' of my Imiiil. Dur ing the ntlneki, tlio lcriplrtli)iioiilti stand hi drupi on my fnce, nnil Itwai i nitony for mu to lin.iko Biifnolcut cllott oven tow III v jut. They on mo suddenly, nt nny ' liour of lli d:iy or night, lasting from thirty mlntitei to hntf,A day, IcrwltiR ns smMenly; lint, for several tl.iys nftor, I was quite pn trntcd niul sore. Romrttincs tlio ntt;cki wero almost dally, then loss frequent. After About four yearn of tills suflerliif-, I w.i taken downwltli bilious typhoid fever, niul when I betfan to recover, I had the worst attack of my old trouble. I ever experienced. At tlio first of tlio foM'r, mjr mother gave tnoAyer'n I'llli, my doctor reeownendlng tticm ns being better than anything lie could prepare. I continued taki...

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. — 29 July 1893

THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER Vf' SiM 1C, ff SUMMBR STYLB DOHLflP PUT. jwow irv. W. R.Deunia V Co. 1131 0 Street, The Cuurl r run Hit Found at Hotel Lincoln Now Blond. Winder Hotel News Stnml. Capital Hotel News Stand. Red Duilo Cigar Store, 1020 O St. Eil. Young. 15)7 O St. Clason, Fletcher A Co., 1120 O St. Moored Now Stand, 118 So. 11th St. Couiur.H Office, U.'ll O St. F. Peine. 1420 O St. Archie Ensign, 217 I So'llth St. Not Ire. The unrifltvliinrd hereby Hire notice tlint.lt will not tw rt'oiHiim iiii fur nr niiv any itolit In currpti I tiy omul nmtilnvKii. oirriit tlimn fur wlilcli nil niton MTtumlly finned by it. Thin ilOJfl'l Kn rule u linpcrntiTP nrtier it aiven , i iirniitH i in. v.o. Mny Int, IMM. Limcoi.Ni Ni:n Furs stored nt F. K. Voelker's. Whltohreiiflt Conl and LI mo Co, Bathing caps nt Rector's PhnrmHcy. Althen tollot preparatories nt Rector's Pharmacy. Jeckell Urofl. Tullorn, 110 north Thlr teonth street. David P. Sims, dentist, rooms 42 und 43 Burr block. fry Club ...

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. — 5 August 1893

HI i i I Saturday Morning Courier. I 1 VOLUME 8, NO. 35. UINGOLN, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1893. PRIGK FIVB GENTS '1 -I) i I'l lllinnillA ini l uoforothosca wiroalivowlth hundreds V HX fl ! Tfi Klnr price -"n prewmt for dlBii.mim." n If A T 1 VM III II Hill ' I Ml II V boats pushing out to Ui. Tho air was III III III II If II That almut tho way they make the re- If fl I fl I ' Xnlrrinil'f If IK I "v0 with "nK"' Bh(mtn lml murr in I II III IV I f ' mHrk' J hh unrortunatcly eaiiK)i In I kll M ) N II r I I llllll iun;iiuuuoui mm. imuu wiib iiuuu I II II 1110 act OI SlOllllllir a I) CtlirO or HOIII0 01 I II I I II Chkyknnk, Wyo., August 4, 1893. (Special Couhikk Correspondence. Tho most unlquo ontorprlBo in the development of tho northwest was tho shipment of a cargo of 300 Now England girls from Now York to the Pacific coast in 1865. Tho nchemo was originated and successfully accomplished by A. S. Mercer, who is now an editor and pro prietor of a newspaper in Choyenno. A young man...

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. — 5 August 1893

OM-IIE) SATURDAY MORKIKO COUMlIEBt QEOROIE ELOPES. THE - K .V, . r' ,.1 'l ft, fc7 . H. u ill m Moro ponplo nro nci11n llio miminor Ht homo limn ovnr lioforo In tho lilntnry ot Llnculni hut there In much loss swliil Hctlvlty than usual. Hooloty i "t Iwyiinil tho Inlluenoo of thnt nlKhtmnro, tho "MrliiRimcy In tho monoy iimrkot, b'ihI tho iloiinwInRoffpct of "hunt tlnum' in plainly manifest In tho dullness In social circles which nro usually m full of llfo ami "tf." KvorylMHly lit waiting for that Improvement which tho ixilltldniiH Hiul tho hankers promise. t'MliiilUK Im WjtohiIiik. Tho following )iirty returned from Bherldnn, Wyo., mul tho 111k Horn mountains Wednesday aflornooni Mrs. A. IV. Clark, Miss Clark, Minn llortlo Clark, Miss Hewtlo Wing, Miss Mniulo ltomlck.of California; Miss Sarah Harris, Mr. Oconto Wing, Mr. l. 0. Win Mr. llomiin 0. DnweH ami Mr. W. Morion Smith. MIhm Kathorluo Weston, of Beatrice, was a inomhor of tho party, tnootlitK t Nowcastlu on tho way up. Master ...

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. — 5 August 1893

THIS SATURDAY MORNING COURIER r . u w F iiui Mies Lilllnn Hunt left Friday for Now York. Mr. W. U. Humiilircy left Tiimlny for Tuokn. Mr. A. It. Weir linn gono to Clcvo land, O. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Davis nro In Chicago. Mm. 0. E. Yates wont to Omaha Tuesday. Mien Maud Oakley was In Omaha dur ing the week. Mr. and Mre. John Heath hove gone to the world's fair. Mr. James A. Woods started Saturday for Norman, O.T. Mr. F. C. Richardson, of Chicago, was in town last week. Mr. M. M. DeLovls returned Wednes day from Tamora. Mr. A. Koch-Andriano was an Omaha visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Strcoter left Mon day for Los Angeles. Mrs. John II. Wright has returned from the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Tibbotts are visiting In Flint, Mich. Mrs. J. C. Seacrest is visiting Mrs. H. G. Work at Tecumseh. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Hurehard left Fri day for the world's fair. Miss Ada Hcnton is visiting Miss Carrie Brown at Superior. MisBes Laura Iloutz and Graco Letn ing are visiting in Omaha...

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. — 5 August 1893

MORNIXO COURICR ti f-. I' : r ' i r-r W ' V rcAt ? ' RV ; v 9, tA Rri G,k SKIIHYiillfiMIEI) PUBLISHED SATURDAYS ITTH COURIER PUBLISHING GO. L. Wwii,, J., W. MOSTON BKtTH, President and Manager. Bccrstar snd Treasurer. SmIrkm Officii 1134 0 8trat, rhontSH. TERMS Of UMORIr'TIONt Tn Cousias, ons year, in sdrsnee ...,3.60 Mimonlli k 1.00 Three Months... tt . W OORRESPONOCNOB. Contributions nml nil enmmtinvstlpni rela. SIts to now and editorial nmttei should be sd. IreMfdl, To tlin editor. Allbuilnr-M lctlora mid remittances should dilrcJ to TiihCuuhikk l'uni.uniNO Co., Lincoln. Not), Drafts, cheeks nnd poslnfllrii srdors should bo mndn puynblo to the ordor of the company. TIIR OOtmir.R PUIlLIBItlNO CO. Contributions nml nil enmnttinVetlo W. MORTON SMITH, IOITOR. KXTIt.WlltlHNAItV SK.HHION. In a few tlnyH coiiKri'KM will iiii'iit In extraordinary iu'hhIoii, iiihI President Cluvulunilatiil thu iiiiIIoii'h law mnlton will liao entered upon n work frimnlit with tlio gri'iitcnt liuportnnnt. ...

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. — 5 August 1893

I PlT:itfml$Kf W.v'f-Pi'Wr vrrFrfWwlwP' iS ' v jjw? THE SATURDAY JMLOHUU:0 COURIER : . ill .;ft r? Lf su "i !l I MM "Thcro wuh a trout caught In ono of tho ncnr by mountain streams the other lny that weighed six Kundn and a half." Tho begrimed passenger who alights from tho llurllngton train ut Sheridan, Wyo.. is pretty sum to collldo with this pleasant little story before ho has gone many yards, and thlsand tho other yarns that will bo toured into his oars at Sheridan Inn during tho evening will in nil probability send him out tho next morning, llshlng rod in hand, Thcro Is much to suggest tho tradi tional English inn in tho tasty hotel which has just been erected at tho Wyoming terminus of tho Hurlingtnn. A peaked roof and projecting windows with an appropriate Interior--rough plaster finish, beams hown from logs, Immense store lire places, ot cetera, combine to render tho inn enjoyubly picturesque. Tho hotel is a pleasant place and as a rondeHVousfor llshing and hunting' parties ...

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. — 5 August 1893

f." THB HATURDAY mOHIG COURIER ,i i ' :i Wxto il'Vi r- V . ;- " . ? t '. m 's -.1 '1A i'H I mMIW Iji iraw'iss-A. Jiy w "" w tuy. tRiantia.iitt. . rtttow coa nii.itm "Tber't uo dlicountln tho fact thet Jack Foraker's denth' n public benefit," k replied, with' cheerful philosophy. 'Bat I reckon, Al, that's a good many M U Ukln pretty hard tho mean yonng Bruce hot got himself tutor. It seemed to break the Kernochans up pretty bad, and Misa Stafford was plumb bouillon kenelf. They left town fur the Men quite ranch ci soon ea thoy lenrn tho (acts, and Ihll Kornoclmn said ho was gotn to The Post afterwards." A alight rustling in tho direction of Cynthia's bedroom showed that Mr. Jor rold'a facts wcro noted. 'Doggone, it, Duck, yo'ro right'" claimed Alcides suddenly ns tho possi ,, Me danger Of Brace's suggested itself to ,hia ind. "Them sogers of Foraker's company night take it into their cussed leads to bo ugly, and then thar'a uo tellin what they mightn't jest nutch'ally io." Be turned ...

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