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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 6 January 1894

xlSB iaawwiwrfSy rtKtWtaJfcu WMA KSMsns nssmxsmmmfK At til.. Saturday Morning Courier ;; 10 1 bin VOLUME 9, NO. 5. MNGOLN, NKHKASKA, SATURDAY, JANUAKY f, 1891 ,1b IIH. tt ' 5 K I cm I IV The beautiful and bustling little city of Wuhuo iH situated in tho geographical center of SauntloiB county. It 1h tho county Hunt, and Huh u population of .'1,000. Wahoo was laid out m 1871 by Hon. J. N. Viiiideruuirk. It in now a city of tlio second cIubh, ami ih divided into three wards, with tho Honorable Thomas Killiau lit this head of tlio municipal govoi nmont. It iBonoof tliumoHt enter prioing cities in Nebraska, and its pros penty is of a uiOHt substantial chat actor. Neatly over business nian owns con Biddable real estate, mid the people aie thoroughly united in building up the city. WAIIOO Iuib four general stoieB eutrying heavy BtoclB, four neal and thiifty ding HtoruH, tin ce hmdwaie stores, fourteen giocery HtoieH, three joweliy stores, two icstuurants. four hotelH, three baulH iib boIk...

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. — 6 January 1894

THIS &A.TXJXZDA7Y MORNING CjOXJPME! X. Ml I Pill r.nili ('In' I'linnlmii Purl). The notable event of llio week in Hoclnly elides u iih the phantom parly given by llm Empire olub Now Year's nviuiiiiK "" I-iHiii- The presence of a largo number of guests added lo tho i'rniiiBH pleasure. Of onuiso theio worn some amusing Incidents nnil much jollll). Those pni'iit uoioi iMr. anil Mis M II. Ilur liiim, Mr. mitl Mm. W H. Ogtloii, Dr. nnil Mrs. C. F. Iitflil. Mr. und Mrs. MntU II. Tllton, Mr. mill Mip. R M Hull. Mr. nnil MrH.lolm II. Vrilit. Mr mid Mih. D. H. Thompson, Mr. nnil Mts V. ('. Wilson, Mr. iiml Mih. C'iiiI Funko, Mi. in"! Mm. Walter II. Ilur groiues, Mr. and Mis. Oscar F. Funko. Mr mill Mih. ( S. Llpplncott, Mr. mid Mm. F. 1. Ilohncn. Mr. mill Mih. I. M Iliiiuoiil, Mrn. O. H. Oakley, Mr. mill Mrs. Sutton, Mm. W. U. Dennis. Mr mtil Mm. II. II. Oukloy, Mr. nnil Mm. It A.lVrry, Mr. mid Mm II. R. Nissloy, Mr. mill Mm. A.B. Raymond, Mr. mid Mih. Ij. C. Richards. Mr. mid Mm. It. O ...

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. — 6 January 1894

v. i-irw "',)MI '5W!'fliW"IJi wns" Lttf ,. j ,- 'W7Wrtl8ftlWiil(Wi K5555SK5!!ttS'wS2EaKKWWS jwwoK5,i3atsac3Lja '4&ftPtHW&HS! TZ. , rjfe-3WJ n THE SAJP UK 1-V Y MORNING COURIBR Y y Vn Vl $ ) i IN II V. It. Lo Kami, a ejreiit nojihiuv of Slioridun and a brother of tin late ). Sheridan Lo Kami, who wroto tho well known ballad, "Shanum O'Hrion," In tho author of a voltuno jiint published by Maumillan & Co., entitled "Seventy Yearn of Irinh Life." Tho book abounds in atuUHin iiiieut'otcn of lrinh life and character. I mippoHo, writeH Mr. Lo Kami, a ready wit rather than humor Ih tho Irinh characteristic. Kor iimtatice, my father' Buxton wan named Young- a iiueer old fellow, too. When linked hiH Dumo b) any one IiIh invariable replj wiih: "Well, Blr, I'm Young by name, but old bj nature." One Sunday morning In the vi'Htry room my father could not llnd his stolo. "Thin ib most provoking," paid he. "The congregation will wonder whj 1 do not wear it today." "Let them wonder,"' Ra...

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. — 6 January 1894

Tm3 SATURDAY MORNING COURIER SfllDAYilKGlIO 1 1 . nillV 7 J"ni ti is; U PUBLISHED SATURDAY8 nt TUN GOUMHU PUBLISHING 60. W. Mouton Smith, coitom UCMAN C. FOX, UUSINIB MANAOUI IUoluiv-.Olllrn11.MI OSlri'. t. I'lmiii' 2M TCItMB OF HUllflOIIII'TION: Till. t'UHMII.Mt '' l'"t III iilntiri -Jim H' Moulin I "I lltri'fl Months. fp0 Lincoln, Nt ii., iIanimiiv (I, I8!M. . 1I'U'AI. M'.IIIIAsKA I'llV. Ncliriinldi Iiiih rriiwin to ho proud of tllll livi'l) lllldpllKn'HniVllllttttlcllleHtllllt rlHo at freiiintlutcrviilMthiniiKhout tlu Htiitc, ho utility iiuiiiiiiikmiIh tn the jiroH purity mill onlorprlno of tho common wealth -nil dovolopitiK In UiTpliiK wllli tho HtiitoV roinuiUiiblo piogrcHH In material tliltiKH. Probably no town of Hh hIo in (lie vvholo Htuto Ih cHtiililiHlicd upon a llrincr found ullonori'njoj mi ji'iiltrproHpt)rlly, wltli u iiiohI pi(iininliiK outlook for tho future, tliaii tin thd liiiHtluiK lit I lt oil) of Wiihoo, llm fount) nciit of HaundorH county, to which a doncrlptlvo...

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. — 6 January 1894

.WKWflfflBHffW9W .,t5am-JLSw5r - ' .,-.. , '-ly-'r -- v' r jwX3mxj3Sscamw ;MaWWt,,W MfUMWIMAtttV pi rcnis &A.TTJTXATT MOIfcJVXKTO COURIER m s -I SOc. in ;1 lltV I'V 'III, ho X V t) i I .y nil Mrn Irvino Ih grunted ti divorco and tho custody of tho child and Ib allowed $30,000 alimony, besides expenses. Irvino'H case was very poorly miuinged from tho Unit, und tho result, ull tho facts coiiBidored, is not surprisinu;. Ah The Coukiiui Iiuh already mild, Irvino'H conduct since tho killing of Mont gomery hud been despicable. His treat ment of MrH. Irvino, admitting that sho iu guilty of everything that Iiuh been charged against her, was not such as to rellcct any particular credit upon his churacter iih a man, and inuny persons, whilo expressing tho HtrongeHt con diminution of Mrs. Irvino'sirregularitieB, havo not hesitated to inanifeBt their dis approval of tho pcculiur tuctics em ployed by tho huBbund. But,' ullhough tho coiiBUminution of thin revolting pro ceeding wub not ultogot...

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. — 6 January 1894

TM-IJtt SATURDAY MORNTIG COURIER I V ' v. m ii us McChiro'n Mnrnlno for liiiiunry l iw nttnintivn in illustration iih in wmling mutter, and what llrpt strikes ono In KliinciiiK tliroHKh It Is tlm nptiililo wealth of iortrallM. Ono of larkiiimi tho historian, wirvi'H as frnntiflplrco; and in the "llninan Dioiiiiionts"iiomrtim)nl (which, by tho way, ttlmti'S nono of IIh interest ami novolty),aro others of Park man, iih well uk ii norleHof Hitler HiiKKnnl the novellut, anil a stales of tho eminent French h)siuliiu anil scientist, Charcot. Tim arttolo likeliest Ln llrst hiiImj tho render's attention Ih (Jy Wurman's vivid ileHurlitlon of tho rlilo ho took on tho onulneMof tho "ExHsltlon Fljor" from New York to CIiIciik. For twenty hotirH, anil through nearly u thousand miles, without Bleep or icHt.Mr. War man, liiniBolf an old engineer, kept IiIb place in tho "cab," and took noto of all that wiib dono in "keeping them going" at a Bpeed attained by no other train In tho world. Scarcely le...

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. — 6 January 1894

WKB&Zi bHKV" BBBBWe U- w A." .'t r -, t V -A ; ;!'; w -t- ,- ,-' , vV f M MM Hi "A Laughing Girl" drew two good V sizod audiences at tho Lansing theater I Vi Now Year's day. It is a clover comedy fcLfcleverly interpreted. On Tuesday ILff-'Fahio Romuni" was tho attraction. WzuYoa Yonson,'' was presented Wednesdny r night, an old favorite in Lincoln, and renewed its old time success, "Tho Burglar" woe given an adaquato pro- auction Thursday, and last night "By ' Wits Outwitted" was givon. This play will be repeated tonight. New York, Jan. 3. Special Courixb Correspondence. Following are this weok's important attractions in Now York: Vaudeville at Tony Pastor's; "A Temperance Town" at the Madison fei Sq uare theatre; vaudeville at Proctor's; Tho fiostonians" at the Broadway theatre; Willard at the Garden; "Africa" at the Star theatre; "1402" at Pahnor's; "Charley's Aunt" at the Standard; Mrs. John Drow at the Fourteenth Street; Peter F. Dailey in "A Country Sport" at the Bijou thea...

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. — 6 January 1894

NT ,Tr" ft THE SATURDAY MORNIXQ COURIER i" (i A SB' If it 'I V P MirrllT Hiilo. Notice In hereby given, thai by vlrtuo of tin' order of mile lesiied by tlio dork of tlio dlstriot court of tlio Third Juillolnl district of Nebraska, within mill for Imuoiifttcr county, In uti action wherein Culhiirlno II. Mlltml In plaintiff, and Eunice II, Jackson ot al defendants. I will at 1! o'clock p. in., on tlio iSUl lay of January, A. I. 1801, tit tlio cunt door of tlio court house, in tho city of Lincoln, LunciiHtor county, Nobruskit, offer for sulo at ptihllu auction tho following described real t'stnto to-wlt! lt three (,'l) In block three (!) In lllllwlulo utlili tiou to tho city of Lincoln, llng within thoHouth half of tho soutlieust quarter of Hootlon tPiitjtlo(!l.') in township ton (10) north of tango hIx ((1) oimt of tho Sixth principal meridian In Lnncaator county, Nebraska. (lUon under my hand thin 20th day ot December, A. 1). 1BIU ..... SAM MoOLAY, Sheriff. Nlicrlir Snlr. Notlco Ih h...

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. — 13 January 1894

wwrm imMqpmmewMMfe dtate lliaturivl tioolttv Hoi 16,11 JhJh, ut - T'-f?;." Saturday Morning Courier. r VOL. J), SO 5. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, .lAJNIJAHY UJ, 1H4. PRION FIVE OICNTS. ) B Tho minual meeting of the stoukhold ors of thn national liankH wan hold TueB day, resulting in some imiortunt changes, tho nioflt iinM)rtunt of which occurred at tho Qormun National batik. Mr. 0. T. Hoggp, formerly cashier of tho Lincoln National, wub elected president of this bank, succeeding Mr. J. Bohmcr. Mr. Boggs Ib an experienced hanker, and his connection with tho Gorman menus much additional strength for that insti tution. Mr. Qhnbcrg was ro elected vice president and Mr. Waito continucR as cashier. MeBsrs. N. 0. Abbott and W. E. Stewart wore added to the directory. At tho American Exchange tho annual meeting was enlivened by a presentation of silver to tho president, Mr. I. M. Ray mond, on tho part of tho stockholders. D. G. Wing, assistant cashier, and G. P. Paucon, wero elected directo...

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. — 13 January 1894

v iMiliii iiatrtJHuiijpiHwijgt nwnu-tt WJWLM'WHIiIHiMitilMliHHt W Mlmlfc IWi tu rratfWHW!. rfmJhkA ""-l i rrtrMMHi rVrn wmiip , lWMMMNW1l THE A.M3KrA.Y JWLOJWNTIJVO COURIER If I Sill I MI KiiviiIii (iulii Tho ltuvolu dancing club gnvo an usually pleasant dancing party at Tom. pie ball lost Friday evening. There wiih a very largo uttondnnco owing to tlm presence of u mimtar of members of tlio club who were homo from rcIiooI. It was pronounced tho most onjoynblo party over given by tho club. TIioho present worn MIhm Enieruld .Touch, Miss Mario Jones, Miss Maua Shaw, Minn Dora Hurley, MIbh Knu Rlckotts, Minn .lone phlno Lottorldgo, Miss Ada Hoaton, Miss Stella Curtis, Miss Fanny Hector, MIbb Mattlo IhirkB, MIbh Florence Winner, MIbb Kiln Raymond, MIbh Blanche Garten, MIbh Sadlo Graham, MIbh Helen Hoover, MIbh Mario Mar shall, MIbh Lucy flrinith, Minn Knuna Sherwood, MIbh May Moore, MIbh HcbhIo Tumor, MIbh Daisy Cochrane, MIbh Kdna lloyle, MIbb Hermanco, of Miibhii. chUBottB, nnd MIbh d...

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. — 13 January 1894

""rl Vf "(f , v, PWKKW tmimmitwaimtomiwumHm THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER ' y- SOc. ' ' i ' !'.K 1 i h I. sSSisrCI Uy special arrangement with the Mtilr-Cowln Company of tills city, Tilli COUHIiiK Is able to inaUe the following extraordinary premlutii offer: To every New Subscriber who pays SO Gents In advance (or three month's subscription, we will glvo 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 see them. Courlor JL.il. Co., I II 1-1 IV Mtrvut. m ii Ex-Governor John M. Thayer, in dis cussing the circulation of Major Cal houn's petition among repuhliciins tho other day, Huid: "I understand uioro than '200 old Union Bold i or h have Binned Culhoun'H petition, and that they huvo signed it bucuuBo he is an ex-confederate Boldior, in order to hIiow that they had no fooling against him on that account. Now, I do not wish to bring up tho old war question in co...

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. — 13 January 1894

tMMfc A1SJLKAY MORNIKQ COURIER It' iii hi re Tlu nmrrleil tllrt in a plant which thrlvoH only In tho nhmlow of city walk In country jilacoH wo wo llttlo of her and hour Iohm. 8ho oxIrtM, to ho mire, hut In another form a much Hcittulullzeil anil (iiImmhmI pornon. Onto lot tho married woman in a Hiuall town ot liornolf "talkod ahout" mid hor fate 1h nettled at unco. Tho tldo of nuhllo opinion ruim hlh and ntroiiK In thoHO placoH whorti pooplo havo hut llttlo oxporlonco and coimcqtiently llttlo charity, and nho nnmt olthor rohmtato hernelf nlowly hy an cixccbh of prudunco ,ind rt'Borvo or drift on and out Into dotlanco and illHKrueo. In tho larjjo cities, howovcr, all Ih dif forottt. Tho conduct which In tho vlh Ihko wlfo would cauBO Hovoro kohhIi and coiiRiiro from olroorvorB paimoH without comment In town, or ovon oxcltc-H nil miration. Tho country matron who driven out with hor noinhhor Ib llahlo to moot cold irlancoH of lior woinon ucciuiiliitHnceH whon next thoy meet; whllo tho w...

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. — 13 January 1894

tnaaaKK' jotv; s,i ' Kzm i tumuli r. . . . --J EtWtiTlTTfrmTrWCTfeWWM TTJEIO SATURDAY IVlOIJkVIJViQ COURIER r "'ijf ISIT" - 'T.?" I M 1 II IOIIN II. WltKillT. I'rMlJcnl. I . I. .Iiilinvm, Vice I'rrtlJrnl. I. II. McCI-AV, ( utilrr. INC) A AMIsS, Ami. (Mlilrr THE FURRIER mmkk- ( ) fc Vanity furnished tho iiiPpinitlon for many of tlio invontloiiH bIiowii at tlui patent (i 111 c In Washington. One of thu latcBt of this sort Ih a musk of vory thin rulthcr designed to be worn on tlio face at night. It cannon profuse piTHplrntinn which washes impurities out of the skin ami makes thu complexion clcarci. Sun tan it iuickly romovctt, ho it in claimed. Another device, for producing ilimplcH, is a wotuan'H idea. It in a who niaHk, likewiHu to l)o put on when going to lied. Ily an arrangement of Bcrewn, pencllH of wood, vory blunt, aro made to press up on the cheeks and chin at the points where dimples aro desired. Uncomfort able? Why, of course. Hut, as the French say, it is worth while to Hiii...

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. — 13 January 1894

-qmffMMM tmjb AorujhtiiVY js&o&xiTxzct COURIER L.. V ft' l&v 8x & y SmUlYiRNIilii PUDLI8HED 8ATURDAYS lit Till'. 60UHJBK PUBLISHING 60. W. Morton 8mith, Oeman C. Fox, Editor llUSINISS MANAQKIt ntnoM Office Hill N Street. flump :cn. TERMB OF BUU80RIPTI0N: TitnOminiKR, onornrln uItiiico H'x Mantlm Three Months. t (K) I () liiNoohN, NkiimJanuauy 111, 1801. IIKTilllUHI.KM, TOO. Wo uro uwuro Unit It Ih nxpcuthiK t(H) much to Iik)I for coimtHtunoy In tho iivoniKu politician ; hut tho object of our jiroHout romnrltH, tho Honornblo William JoiinliiK" Hrynn, whom tho Now Vork Sun dolljihtH to cull "tho hoy orator of tho l'lntto," him matlo bo many oxtraor illnary jirofcBBionB, and lias olampotlhlm Bolf down bo Rocuroly on tho platform of holy reutltudo, that wo can hardly con. Hldor him In tho llftht of an ordinary politician, of tho Hoyil or Cantor ordor, who makofl no iirotoiiHlonfl of Biiporla tlvo Hauctity. Wo aro, thoroforo, HomowhiitmirprlHed to olmorvo In tho conduct o...

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. — 13 January 1894

Z'STpflfi, It'jMSVPRu'MGttPttSMIRMIttMlftwVIMlHfi r i w 1 f r ?A L-. H. y TThb Printirigr E:qrretvirx THE COURIER II 11 IS "Gloriunu' wiih given its third preson tntion in this city Tucsilay evening, be ing preceded by a one-act curtain raiser entitled "Sweet Will," which like nearly all curtain raisers was notable chief iy for its dreariness. Thoro is something the matter with tho people who write one-act plays. The humor in these plays in quite apt to be sickly, and tho pathos is generally bathos. Stupidity is almost invariably ono of thodistinguishing characteristics. Miss Emily Hancker, who has a par ticulurly charming stage presence, was a very pretty Glarutna, with not quite as much vivacity asMissCroBBinan, who is bo delightfully remembered in con nection with this part. Mr. Pursons as Fitz Jiwelyn did noth ing" that entitles him to any considera tion. Sj)inkn and Count Kvititff were cleverly done, and other minor parts were well taken. "Gloriana" is a very clover farco, and ...

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. — 13 January 1894

J Sheriff Hnlr. Notice in hereby glvon. tlint by vlrtuo of nn order of wilo ihhiumI by tlio clerk of tho district court of tlio Third Jiullolnl tltntrlul of Nebraska, within antl for Lnnunstor county, In nn notion whoroln Cnthnrlno II. Mllunl Ir iiliilntllT, und KtinlcoK. Jackson ot ill tlofomlnntn. I will nt U o'clock i). in., on tho ft'M tiny of January, A. 1). IBM, nt tho east door of tho court house, In tho city of Lincoln, Lunruntor county, Nebraska, olTrr for snlo nt publlu nuution tho following described real estate to-wlt! Lot throe (3) In block threo (.'J) In HIHhcIiiIo addi tion to tho city of Lincoln, lying within tho south hnir of tho southeast quarter of Hoction twontyllvo (25) In township ton (19) north of rungo six (1) oust of tho Sixth principal meridian in liiinciiHtor county, Nebraska. Glvon under my band thin 20th dny of December, A. D. 1BIKI. , , SAM MoOLAY, ShorllT. NhorlffHulr. Notlco in hereby given, tlint by virtue of nn onlor of sale Innued by the clork of t...

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. — 20 January 1894

VfV -.,. Saturday Morning Courier ,j VOL. 0, NO (J. LINCOLN, NEBHASKA, SATURDAY, JAN U ATI Y i!0, 1814 PUIOKFIVE OHNTS. : .s Ell One would naturally suppose that in times of financial depression, when ready money !h fciiico, there would l.u a great fulling off in now Insurance, business. Ah h matter of fact, insurance muu Bay, tho contrary in tbo truth. It requires , toudy money to tuko out a policy and to moot puymonts, but it in just when business men sec thoir tiBsotB shrinking and thoir securities wiiBtlng, liiHuranco men say, that thoy Insure thoir lives, for when thoy huvo valuable Becurities and interest-pitying invcBtmontH thoy huvo no fear that in chbo thoy should dio thoir families would ho loft without moans. When valuables begin to shrink, however, thoy fear that if thoy should dio tho shrinkage might keep on without wives and children knowing how to buvo anything from tho wreck. ' Thoro aro registered at in tho name of Wm. II $47,050,000 four per cent December 31 a chec...

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. — 20 January 1894

lttE SATURDAY JMlORAHlCTO COURIER t I 4 ft, 1 ' f' I I; f V." ?!,,', V v.' ;- MEPIS Ciihwiio, Jan. 18, (Hpoelul Couiiikk rorreHioiidoiK'o. UST now CM cngo Ih oxpor lo lining the fnto III at ul! American eltloM urn g o I u g through a (or. rlblo lull, u do. prosslon in trade, anil ri dullness In all IIihh of business, that Ih, to nay tint least, iiiohI uncomfortable to tho masses. I roaif In tho Trilmua the other day that ovor (1,000 retail clerks alone with out of employment, and tit lit as the ilauunry days rolled ly this number would doubt, loss lio added to. On top of this, rumor says that tho (treat ptilliitithroplHt, Mar Hhall l-'lold, will either dlschargo MX) dorks (In both rotail and wholosalo Htorott) or lay olT all clerks from onn to thioodaya ,ior week. Schloslngor A Mayor havo mado a cut throughout their oHtabllHhmont, In hoiiio depart ments reducing tho nuuibor of clerks and In all onsen cutting down salaries IK) percent. Doubtless Mnndol HroR. Sob gel Cooper A- Co. and...

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. — 20 January 1894

Tijppr f ? - 'v.. - -l , '....:..r x-w.1'..-- - i3 c'MiiuiwiiiwaaMMTifBfoi 1MV1B SJATUKDAY 3V101JV1J0 COURlK)R 1 m Ml k I Z' &- I rower Hon r y 0 1 ii u h en of Now Yo:k who died the other duy, luul ovitlently p n lip red w I b o I y and seriously over tho careers of SeiiatorKnlr'H hod, Hradloy Martln'H , son. Hnnry Hilton'B boiih and tho numerous other boiih of futhorn of many inlllioiiH who lrnvo played high jtiikn with "tho governor's"' money and Bcundall.cd de cent peopio ly tlieir rattle-brained fob lieH. Mr. GlaiiBon cut oh IiIh boh Charles S with an income of $20,000, because an ho Btatcn in his will, ho had fulled to in duce tho prodigal to abandon IiIh dlssi- H H I ffl patou nanus ami "to lead mm in uircc tloiiB of usefulness and dignity." It 1b f pluin that ho didn't intend to have tho namo of ClaiiBon dragged into tho mud of notoriety, aH unfortunately the follow ing futuilicB, among many otherB, have been. The recent cBcnpado of CharleB L. Fair in San Francisco, for ...

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. — 20 January 1894

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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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