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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 20 January 1894

&Fn tV&jiMitiiMnmMmkiitovnmHtml k- i nlPERil Tim Km pin- (Miili. Tho party given by tho Empire clult at the Lansing hull (Monday night whb very largely attended, and It wuh a par. tlculurly successful event from every IK)lnt of view. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. I), K. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter 11. Hiirgrcnvcs, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Funke, Mr. and Mrs. N. 0. Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jan Ben, Mr. and Mm. W. C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hurr, Mr. and Mrs. Llppln oott, Dr. and Mrs. C. F, Lndd, Mr. an 1 Mrs. J. A. Buekstulf, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Dawes, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Hnrnhum, Mr. and Mrs. Will Green, Mr. and Mrs P. W. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0 Uphnm, Mr. and Mrs. George K. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. K O. Phillips, Mr. and Mm. Sutton, Mr. and MrB. E. P. Holmes; Messrs. D. G. Wlhg.JA. G. Deeson, C. L. Hurr, C. A. HanniJ.P.M. Cook.Wilson, Lew Marshall, Matson Baldwin; Miss Ulymeyer.of Mans ,,Hlold, Ohio; Miss Doll, of Lafayette, Intl.; Miss Annie Punko, Olive Lntta, Sarah H...

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. — 20 January 1894

vfrT V'WHjippi iyy.M,3 TH SATURDAY MORNING COURIER v U' I h n h : '? -swi moivjy! O - alight udviinco over tho nrico of one. and TUB COURIER will be cluliliod liy post-olllce money oruor, registered loiter or until, n j" wi i'i"- 8. L. QEI8THARDT, ATTORNEY. 0URR BLOOK. Nntlc. To Tlionim 0. Cooper, non-resident itofonilnnt. You nro hitroby notttlod thnt mi July 21, 1MM, J, Loo Wllv, n lilalntllT, bcirnu an actlou nuulutt you nnd otlior defendants In tlio dis trict court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, tlio object of which I to foreclose ascertain mort 1110 on tlio following lonil In said county, to wlti" Tlio south 4.1 nil H foot of lots number 13 and II of block No. 3. In tlio Lincoln Urirlntr l'ark company's socond sub-dlvislon of part of the rait half of the southwest iiuartor of too tton number 21, town 1U. north of range U.oast of tlie eth Principal Meridian, niado by William N, ilrunson nnu Fannto Urunaon, dated Sep tember 4, ItMl, to secure tlio payment of a cer tain promlMory ...

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. — 20 January 1894

NrrtriiriHi . yjvritmjtvf'v - ' "nwTfflWiv Mm! mm jnwrt tm mtmxt)mi iwwmw MMlMMtMIMaM THE A.TUWM3AY MORNING COURIER " I U 1 II BE HI! i i T would bo awful blot an on tin1 uo in n ra ti vi'ly (air fiiuio that pi 1 Hbiii now cnjoyH If, porohnneo, any trickery or foul methods wo r o lined in deciding tho big chain;) lonshlp mill now on tho boards. ' Fair Hold, and no favor, and may the bent man win" Ih a ring adage that Ih believed in, indorsed and followed by every truo sportsman. Fortunately, thtH adago Ii'ir been fol lowed out to thu letter in all thu uonteHta under thu auHilces of thu now promi nent athletic cluba of tlilw country. It wan thu spirit of fair play that prevailed at all thu conteHtH in the Now Orleans clubs, thu Coney Island club and thu lloby club that Iiiih brought puiltflm up to itH preHent high plane. There Iiiir been no occasion for any pugilist to complain that ho has received thu worst of it in any of thoughts that havo taken place at any of thu clubs mentioned...

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. — 20 January 1894

& T? y V" ' THt:B SATURDAY JViOKJVUVQ COURIER 1 lROIMC OUR. ILLINOIS BRAN6H STORE , LANSING THEATRE (We have Discontinued Business in Illinois.) 5 $25,000 STOCK If i joiiv tub ciowr Aivr comb. JAN. 22 AND 23. mOHDflY P TUESDAY K I I . V w r l! Itf m k8 ,"",, 1121-1123 N STREET. J. A. L)UICY. ijilisgfejgiMMlgMglE! THE bYRIC EVENT OF THE SEASON. ICiin.l30.il Opera Oozxiiqu-e Co. GORINNE -H Iirtho Grand Spoctabular Production of the Burlesquo Opora-Bouffe, Grand Speolol Peatures. tttWRtt& Now Amsterdam Eestivities A Roal Stoam Launch The Everglades of Florida I he Enchanting Serpentine Ballet The Glittering Electric Hall The Veritable Midway Plaisance rp X T n CORINNE will rendor Spanish Tambourino and Picture Songs and Dances, also Mandolin Serenados. HUDSON 77 Clover Comedians, Singers, Farceurs, Danuors, and DurleBquera in the Gust. BqU iCu ' ' 1 ' A Rare and Happy Blending of Comedy, Opera and Burlesque. Costumes Dazzling and Expensive. Scenery New, Novel and Elaborate. THF...

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. — 27 January 1894

MW rwwWfwyMrTw """SWK- ,?: !V Saturday Morning Courier 1 VOL. J), NO 7. LINCOLN, NEIIRA8KA, SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 1804. PRICE FIVE OHNTS. iW A ; i cm Ib situated in the geographical center of Butler county, one oft ho Uncut ngri cultural counties in Nebraska. Tho Beat of government wub located hero and tho town laid out in 187.'1 on u fine plat eau of high land, with wide streets and a public square tho size of a full hlock in tho center of tho business portion, now adorned by one of tho HncBt court Iioubo buildings in tho Btnto, built in 1802 at a coflt of nearly 870,000, It is built of red brick, trimmed with Colorado grey stono. It Ib of modern architecture and Ib an ornament to tho city and county. David'City now lww a population of 3,500 and Ib ouo of tho solid business centers of Nebraska and can boast of inoro solid brick blocks than any city of its sizo in tho state. Nearly thrco sides of tho public square aro solid brick fronts, two and three stories hiuh and all occupied by...

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. — 27 January 1894

'jpHfrimQjRWvrgflQIP' tyV 1& IV K it I fc WV, pr tr fc. r !' l v v H a , t) '' 7 r t . ..- i ' UHB A Mind niHii could wo h nullcHl change in tho supremo court since tlio crahltcd old ninn, Maxwell, was Jarred loose from tho bench, much to tho ro Hot of tho tench, mid correspondingly, to tho dlscomMturo of tho Judgo, who hasbecomo mi hojiolessly uddlcled to tho offlco holding habit that ho has, It In reported, leon more or loss hysterical, over alneo ho linil to step down and out to make room for Judge T. 0. C. Harris son. For somo reason not clear to any. laxly but himself, Judgo Mnxwoll waa llrmlylmbuod with tho Idea that ho, Maxwell, waa a person of Immonso Con wjuouco, and ho sat In bin chief Jus. tlco'a chair a hoary doapot. Tho aaao. clatojuatlceawere, In Ida opinion, uioro clerks, and tho oftlcora of tho court and attondanta and audi attorneys and eitl sons aa happened to have business with tho court, wore ao many noliodles to bo trampled on regardlosuly by his mighty, nes...

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. — 27 January 1894

' fWM v;s .rw"' mmm HWIIIW!WHWifctlitWMt.HJllt.MIH mAMMM -.',- k 1JHJE& ftHA'jrUBtOAr IVtOI:VIIVa OOIIRIJER i 1E IE Hlnco Mr. Urynn and otliorR huvo ad vocated an Incoiiio tux, all kinds of taxes liavo been suggested, and attention Iuir (j been directed to tlio peculiar forniH of I taxation that have flourished In ,t ho past. , Years ago it waH deemed warrantable to tax Rait, candles, leather, brick, soap, starch, paper and in 1(152 ovon bread and meat, rotor1 tho Oreat, of Russia, lev ied a tax on beards, with the laudable object of making 1)1b subjects wash their faces and shave. Urnss tokens aro still to bo bought in that country bearing tlio wordn, "lleardo pignaiu tiagola," which means "tho beard tax him been paid." Mr. F. G. C. Lundy in "Tho Fiscal Phil utcllHt," given particulars of tho llritish hut tax of 1781, requiring hatters to tako out licenses and imposing an ad valorem stamp duty on every hut sold. In those days revenues otllcials meeting a man rt Wh no unlicensed...

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. — 27 January 1894

t ;.,;,T' ' wr 'tj t' fc i ! II v, " r 1MI& ArtXJMtIX4LY - s, C '(,T 4 - 3- V. tj t .' w U & J 'X x-o f M ' MN1WIMR K)iLIHIO SATURDAYS 1 TM GOURIIW PUBLISHING 60. W. Morton Smith, IMTM OmtslUMNMrwt. arlMMW w"1m TlftM Of auatOWIPTIONl .fan Cwmw, m Ht In ? RK JIWIWl Tats Heath Mae Limiom, Nan., Jaxuahy 13, 18M. The Cearlsr mm He Ferns st Hotel Lincoln New Stand. Windsor Hotel Nsws.Btaad. Capital Hotel New Stand. Red Dude Cigar Store, 1010 O St. 8d.,Youag,l!IOTOBt. Ohm, Fletelwr Co., 1130 O St. Moore's News Stand, 118 So. Uth St. Cotmian 00; 1134 N St. Arable XneifR.Sn So Uth St. MMilNNIMt TMH MANDBIWON ROOM- Headers of the Omaha aud Lincoln (tally papera are familiar with the work Ins of the FRddoek literary bureau dur. lug the twelve month preceding the last eeaalon of the legWature. Mr. Annln turned, the wheel, and he ground out anamaalhg quantity of sick eaingslueh. Senator Paddock, who at ' beat M but rr ordinary, common, every day aort of man; who, when it aomeeto elMUhgi...

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. — 27 January 1894

n A- - ' T i ' i T . ': COMING ATTRACTIONS i i.i i' tansing Theatre fc- LANSING THEATRE tf v IXJESDAY, JAM QTH v; ; THE FAMOUS vj JTA 1 1 vVy111 JUST ONK JOYOUS NIOHT BUT NOT UNTIL Wednesday, J&n. 31 il BARLOW BROS. MAMMOTH Anierlca's Grandest Organisation liLAL. g: field , V , . . " K4 t " r COLUMBIAN MlNSTRBLS Jkf CELEBRATED PERFORMERS AC TJ UNDER THE DIRECTION OF TJ ISdLIIVSTRKIvS Spwiil EigageHeit Broidwiy Qiutette A. L. DOLSON V, : ! Vt HUNDRED ARTISTS J 1 LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD ! Presenting a Novel and Refined Entertainment! .Bigger and Better than Ever I Music 4lfr "Jp-" Mirth jd. "gjp Melody REMcVAElt Tflt OWE Grand Street :E:rcte at llt30. .WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3 1ST ii i n i OMEBODY at tended lately a ladies luncheon, where, ua Boon as the material courses had been hurried through, the guests wore called upon to listen to twen ty-live papers, read by as many authors, upon the question -'How does woman best fulfill her mission?" Speaking about the entertainment tho nex...

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. — 27 January 1894

t-f (M ''WwWa m ) pi H yw.yyqt i THE AIJIfcIAY MORJVUVG COURIER I 1 a if i. i Ml ?Yr 5?. ii . " '.A . fc& fl- r t' ,-Y 1' b : .T p'lp r;w mi r t ft 11 r r t b t . 1 . ' t f 1 i i 1MB HLOVE A pretty lvo Btory coiiioh from tlio Austrian court. Princess ElUnlioth of Ihtvarla hits refused to nlmro the Aus trlim tlinino by rejecting her second cousin, Archduke KnrI Ludwlg. TIio emperor fnvored tho mutch, but tlio princess Insists upon marrying tlio ninn of her cliolco, Otto Beofrled, 11 ImnilHoniu young German lieutenant. Tlio court, ship began inoro tlinn u your ago In Munich, when tlio princess wan 10 ycarB old. Tho officer rode punt her wlndowa twice n day. Then ho obtained 11 room with wlndowB fnolng Prince Loltpold's pnlnco. In winter, nt the court balls, tho llouteniint duncod oftonor tlmn liny other ninn with the princes, mid In tho spring lawn tonnU brought them more together. Suddenly tho officer was trunsf erred to 11 regiment In Alsace, but in tho sum mer, when Prlnceiw El...

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. — 27 January 1894

&W&tfr ,.-' t- rasssa liniuii in wi "''"" ' nonii i(iiMi.iiiiiiMMJMM'''frl''"' MORXINQ COURIBH c I Ilii AY by titty tho IiroBpcutB for tho newly or ganized WohI i-in Hhho Hull iiRHooliitlon an hiiiiio u lirlnht r iiHpcct. IUv iKirtH from Oiiiu- hit, St. Joe, Defl Mdint'H, Hock Ialnnd Mollnp, Poorln, Qulncy tmd .InekBonvlllo hitllcato thttt thut there 1h ii lively Inter' eat in hiiHu Imll and in the nuvv iihsooIii tlon in thoHo towiiH. A ilctlnito organ ization hiiR been pIToetetl in each iibho elation town, and many playcrH have been engaged. It 1h expected that the UHHociittion bano ball season will open about May ii, tho intention being to play ball four montliR. There 1h to bo a meeting in Dcb MoincH Febrnary 'JO, when tho nchodulo will bo arranged and all other preliminaries attended to. Matters in Lincoln have been delayed somewhat owing to tho absence of Mr. F. W. Little, who has been in New York. Applications have been received front considerably over 100 base ball pl...

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. — 27 January 1894

lt1(nvfi?f' y - M- ,1 r jj ttlElXD SATURDAY MORNING COURIER i , f-v E ;) K NhorllT Hale. Notice UlicrplirKUrn.llmi by W",II,' J" onlor of m UmiwI to llio c otk ot liin llnlrlel court of llm Third judicial ilUtrlrt ;t Nilr,.jVa, within and for Unrnator county, In nn action whcrt'ln Ihnt'lnrk A l.w.nnrtj l'J'JV"?lic", imny la plaintiff, nnil MIp Hamilton nt al. rr iWndantii. I will. at aoVliKiltt.. m..o n I'M' lUy of February, A. I. MM, at tho ''"';' tho court liim.o.iu thn ell) of I.I .coin, I.an. mtr county. Nohrnalcij, offer for iin at Piibl c miction thn fiillowin iIckc rlliod real i-atnto, to- WTh? iouth imn liun.lml mid Illty, IW foot" ot"K"lnaitb-dlliliii of u part of tlinaotitli onlf of th northwul qnattor of tho norlliMtt juarter of t in Miulhwrat nttattnr of imIImj lwcntrnc.V.Mown ten III mirth ol rnn all ait of thn Ath I'. M In l.ai.caatcr county, No- "Tltwi unilor u.y biMhMAuntUmmt A. U. !(. McOIjAi, HhcrllT. S. L. OtlSTHAItDT, ATTORNEY. URN BLOCK, Noire. To Thuinm f I. Co...

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. — 3 February 1894

- MWnv-v 't l.. ..IHI H-B it. ' .1 i "fcft, fatj y' w ," p -- 4 a. I " . " t : n Saturday Morning Courier. ,! " ifli'.'Jn If E flliu i, i Mil in mill VOL. 9, NO 5. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ii, 18!4. PRICE FIVE CIONTS. L i u J BUB ID Frank M. Bllsh, niiiniiKcr or Dun's Mercantile AgoncyurnlsheB the follow ing business Biiiimmry for tho week to ThkCouimku: "Tho local triulo eltun ition shows no nuitoriiil change from tho general condition of last wco. There hnvo been u number of tlrm nml eorior. ntlon chnnges, but no failures. Pur ehuBCB.continuo light unci nro only for actuul necdB, no ono buying for tho fu ture, although prices remain low in nearly all lines. Collections nro fair and tho supply of monoy seems udequuto for tho desirable paper ottering. Opin ions as to how booh tho depression is to give way to brighter conditions are of great interest, and in this connection tho Chicago Tribune of January 120th, had Bomo very interesting interviews with such commercial au...

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. — 3 February 1894

THB SATURDAY MORNING COURIER r . tv ;.. V?t LWf, ' It ( ,: r - . f ' .:, rev r ? t V C ' v! r' -I. M 't iVv .? . 'v' LHY IK HKAT (livprHity of Interest Is founil In tho I'Vliriiury GVii iurii. In Murk Twain' novel or l'lttliVn hetttl Wilson" tho notion In advanced by dramatic In. tnrvlow Imlwroii Tom, tho reputed white boy, ami hi mother Itaxann, the negres. Thero In tho llrst part of a four-part story ly Mary Mullock Foote,, entitled "Ctuur d'Alone," doHlinit with tho laior troubles In tho mining regions of Idaho, 'inoro tiro two humorous tales, "Tho Guests of Mr. Tlmms" by Siimh O. .Towott, n quiet study of Now England rural life; und "Mr. Ebonexer null's Investment" by Colonol Richard Malcom .Tohiiiton, it transcript of old-tlmo llto b,i floorgltt. Mr. aeorgo Wharton Edwards contrlbu. tea a abort akcteh tho tlrat of aoveral entitled "P'tlt Matlnlo' Monotones," ro luting to llfo on tho northoaatorn coaBt tho United Stntea and accompanied by tho author'a IlluatrattonR. In tho group...

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. — 3 February 1894

-'f'Jpr'f wmmmm9& iu jpjvmmiup jjjwwpi i mn ifrlMlim JLo i r:. .--.' , -.-.--.. rL''V jj . " . k ""---' . ..... . zx..x i miWWiHWWwM HW ttHnsta" HM WMWWWilllMlMrtUM yW' tMf i-cv'wwiltiH i.iwWWlW TCIflEL) A1MJMli-A.Y AJL01JXJJNO COlJlfeJU&BLl r u "&' Tiir noTifl flURumnuo fifty-two dividends. ni o u unnmriuno HE notrtl sport liitf author! ty 'Macon'1 thus r oo a 1 1 fl 1 h oi L'liiitiiiilnns 1 n tho flstlu nrnmi, .Tames, uIIiih l ViihUpo" Hulll-' .,.., tt... I tun, nun .u llrflt uliHtitfitoti of America. Ho wuh horn in the. I County Cork. Ireland, but left Mb conn try for his country's kooiI in his youth having boon transported to Van Die inuirB land for several crimeH of petty character. Ho escaped and landed in California when it wuh a Spanish tos session. Ho wont to Kngland whom ho whb taken up hy Join Ward, Hb then champion, and pitted against Haniiner Lano. thon regarded iih thu best ten Btono man in England. ' Lano hroko hie arm in the content and Sullivan defeat od...

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. — 3 February 1894

.4 iw I I? Tf ) 5- K" V. ? . . n ( ;t t "t JO. K .1 ' !sf r i SHYM01MIR t jst sr3f "sm-v PUBLISHED SATURDAYS M TIIR COURIER PUBLISHING GO. W. Morton Smith, Editor BilnPMOmcolllN8ltwt. l'liono sn, TKHMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: TiirCourikn, ono year In hiItkiico 12 00 Hi Monllu Thrco Monti W The Courier can 11k ViiuimI at Hotel Lincoln Nowh Stand. Windsor Hotel Nowh Stand. Copltal Hotel Nowh Stnml. 1U)J Dudo Cigar Store, 1090 O St. Kil. Young, 1207 O St. Clnson, Flolchor A Co., 1120 O St. Mtxiro's Nowh Stnml, 118 Si). 11th St. Counir.it Office, 1134 N St. Archie Enslgn,217 So 11th St. (.'ONUKKftHIONAI. I'OMTHIH. Thoro ifl, unquestionably, it foolinpr In several counties In this congressional illRtrlct decidedly unfnvornblo to tho nomination ot it congressional citndidnto from Lancaster county, and tho itrgu mont is freely used thnt thoro are n groat mnny candidates In Lincoln, and that thoro in bo much discord that no Lan caster county mam It nominated, would rocoivo tho full voto of his own...

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. — 3 February 1894

v y . -aRnTrrrKr- X. ! 1 1 imp w !! iffrfu IT W ' ffn-nm-rif t h t r rrr -r T """' '" --" " BSJKvT P 60MING ATTRACTIONS s- r? , Xi J v ' B ! j' )- fr, j. j -T-- nV -7 nr i LANSING THEATRE jp! HP' J r r J Tuesday, mr. & Mrs. k K :n: r Aiv And their LONDON COMPANY, Under the Direction of Danl. Frohmnn. Presenting Pinero'a Famous Piny TIlTUrSCigiy, PebrUgiry Sttl, 3K SPIDER - Metg-rificert V r "&? AM ablo this wook, I am happy to say, to do fl n i t e ly sot at rest tho intense curiosity un der which I know my read ers have been laboring con cerning tho ex act result o( the negotia tions of Prince Isenberg von Birstein for the hand of Miss Florence Pullman, Bays tho "Saunt erer'in Town Topic. As I stated some weeks ago, no less exalted u per sonage than tho Emperor of Austria had interested himself in this proposed match, and it may now intorcst his Ma jesty, ub well as less conspicuous people to learn how the affair camo to bo 'oil" for good. Papa Pullman, who is noth ing if n...

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. — 3 February 1894

rwsjfffifff '& f! w b I ,i v M n" 5s .. i" ." D u m 1 !? F J , 4 RIM. (Written fur Tiik Cinmtsa.) 4 AM font! of Itooks some IxiokB. U T If I wore doomed to pass the rest T mydi)B on it desert ilo and wr inven niv choice between one or V Hut of worn two companions nntl h library of a million lawks, I would unhesitatingly take tho companions, oven though tho llbrnry contained Shnkesjioaro and tho lllblo unil Jbso'n. Shakespeare nnd tho lllhlo untl Ibsen, or whoever may bo tho tou. Inr fntl, are Interesting enough In tholr vy; hut 1 only turn to tho tombs after I hnvo enjoyed tho coinpunlon-hlpjof tho living. My cirolo of acquaintances 1 not largo; that of my frlenda Ir much ttniHtl or. Hut each acquaintance, ouch friend, Ir n Ixwk of far more Interest to mo thiui thomi on my library shelves that await my perusal on n rainy day. I am fond of history- and I tlnd it In my Htudy oftuy friondR. Tho human omo tlonR IntorcRt mo, and somehow 1 onjoy studying thorn from mon Instonfl of fro...

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. — 3 February 1894

F75FT'?1 HHWWiWW'WwffW'TifTORHBirlrnTJWPB "'---- ''--- . - "' . M.a. ,..nr '...' ,. ,. .1 .: .1 .1 1 jfin..,in.i.HMM,'. '"' imMnlAwU mmmm-.' t tfiMaltollilltllWMlWWMiblWim TfrIJE$ HATURDAY JVIOIJVIIVG COURIER $ y U A i . mi a 1IB nation today Is in an hiio niuloiiH condition. Messed with liountoous crops, with universal peace at homo anil abroad, with an incomparable development, in manufactures, wo are in thn midst of an indiiRtrial paraljsis and financial de pression unparalleled in our nation's his tory.'' Thrpo worn tlio opening senten ces of Congressman George D. Melklo John, of Nebraska, in his recent tariff speech in the houso of representatives. "Ono year ago the prnjfcr for a change of party was, thiough the votes of a plurality but not a majority or the elec tors of this nation, answered, and for the first time for more than a third of a century the executive and both hranchofl of the legislative departments of the government wero placed in tho absolute control of tho demo...

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. — 3 February 1894

WXVXtiXAfVf . . ..'.. li '..,' ' .? 1 r THB SAOPUIrAY MOKUVJlIVO courier K I " I , pfl il H- 1. ' !, I R. . 5rf' t if A L'. ,i IM .slirrlrr nale. Notico I. hun-liy uIVpii, thnt hjr vlrtuo t.f jm order of idn IwiumI lv tlig r otk of tap district mViiTl n( llioThltil Judicial district of NrttMjkn, within nnd for l.nticnslnr comity, In nn not Inn whcrmn llmllntlc Minium irii ii miction tln following ilocrllid nwl .Mute, tif Thi south mm hundred mid llfty iv font of )ot"K"lnulnlllidiiit of n part of lliosinilh finir of llm northeast quarter of thn northeast ...:.... ..t ).. ....iiliwnai iiimrtpr of section twimty-IWnSKHowii li'l" north of rnmroslxit cost of the Dili P.M., In Lancaster county, No- rt :HI. HM Ml( 1A, Hlirrllf. 8. L. QeiSTHAnDT, ATTOHNEY. nunn hlook, Notice. To Thomas (I. I'oopi-r, iipii-rejlilenl ilofciidiiiii. You nr hereby iiotllled that on July 'J I. ism, ,T, Loo Welts, nn idnliitllT, lioiinn nn orltiii naliistouond other ilefmulnnt; In tlm ills tilct court of Lancaste...

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