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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 17 February 1894

Firhi ' -TmIt (T S' i4" lfV- frt fv "rnwi ; i r,)l ' $?' . " Htnto lllMoric.nl HoolMjr Hot I .VI I JM'i ''Ml a fur day :rH t . lV ro id .r LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, SATU1IUAY, FEHRtTARY 17, 1804. VOL. 0, PRICE FIVE CENTS. 4 . r 15 - , 'Air. f l 'js j ?n ', .MM &.& $ SO 19. JfrH l 7 U IB ID HIS 1b a typo of tho "croaklngs" thnt ono hours on all Bides. "Prlcca of most things arc too low to lo attacked with a hopo of putting them lower, and tho Btato of general buBinosa in not yet such bb to favor buying tor a raise, It is to bo remembered that after tho breakdown of 187a several years elapsed before tho country fully recov orcd Its financial vigor, although tho proccBB was hastened by a succession of bad crops In Europe and of good ones here. The recovery now should bo at least Gqlmlly slow, and tho commence ment of u general speculation for a rise correspondingly tardy.'" Sight is lost of tho fact that this coun try has mado considerable headway dur ing tho past twenty years. Develo...

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. — 17 February 1894

F$ -K, uvi .jwv - "'Tf? tfiv v , h 7 f hi fc . ' mum ' ' B there la a probability, contrary to the general opinion on thw iet. that Mr. Bryan may again try to secure the democratic nomination (or congress from this iltMrtoi, aa awu by Tna Ceuninu laat week, there ia aleo a probability that Governor Crounse, of whom it haa all along been aatd that he would not under any clrcumstancea be a candidate for renomlnatlon, may not only allow hie name to be presented to the convention, but may encourage IU presentation. Certain developmenta of a private nature, that hare lately come within Thk Couninn's observation, In dicate, and very etrongly, that Governor Orounee will again be a candidate. The politlciaaa who are counting upon the governor to withdraw himself from the caavaaa may be, and aa It now looks, are pretty certain to be, disappointed. o Candidates for governor, by the way, are sufficiently numerous as to preclude any Bossibility of a short crop. In fact the market may be said to...

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. — 17 February 1894

, t Tfr'""'1 "' ft "it mm,0mlft i s . ' Hi PERU HE nutnhor of pooplo in Boolety In Lincoln who observe Lent in miuiII, very hiuhII; but there ure h few wiio do no for fiiahlonnblo rcRRonn only, , to rent und recuorHte. There in noth ing connected with tho clr.irch thiit in no generally nbusM nn Lent. In fact Lent, llko charity, covers u multitudes of ninn ,1 am surprised that tho iHtont eastern fad han not made its appearanco , in Lincoln, and I wonder who will ho tho lint to Introduce it -tho wearing of chnmoloonB or nalaniadorn an ornaments to a droew. They, are attached to tho cloth by gold chainn. In nomo eantern cities tho nocioty for tho prevention of Cruelty to animals bus taken tho cham eleon question in hand, and tho women havo been compelled to remove the slimy things Until this Reason there has l)oon a mnro or less pronounced disposi tion on tho part of tho "university peo ple," as they arc called, to Hock together, and thoy havo mingled but slightly with more common peop...

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. — 17 February 1894

--4 K wim WT1'i4 w ,-vi J V. o 1') i I J ft.Vi i'- tf it , 1, , iv " u SMMMfR PUIUtHKD SATURDAYS ST THS COURIER PUBLISHING 60. W. Morton Smith, iOITOS RmIavm OWcn lll N HI root. riiotiP !HV TKRMt OP tUMORIRTIONt Tas Cuurim, ons ywtf In nitrsnm W M 01 Month Thrt Month Thi Ciiurlcr run H Kmind Ml Hotel Lincoln News Stand. Windsor Hotel Now Stand. Capital Hotel News Stand. Red Dude OigRr Store, 1020 O St. Ed. Young, 1207 O St. Clsson, Fletcher' Co., 1190 O St. Moore's News Stand, 118 So. 11th St. Courikh Office, 11.14 N St. Archie Enslgn,2l7 So 11th St. TO WHAT 1CXTKNT AHK THK "WOK" DKSKRVINO? For r month or more, and up to a few days ago, the World Herald In Omaha pursuod a polloy that put a premium on begging, and invited mendicancy. The World Herald' much heralded and greatly aeiiaational relief bureau waa not a good thing. It dispensed a kind of indiscriminate, helter-skelter charily, that (a moat demoralising in Ita tendency. Probably three-fourths of the people who clamored for r...

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. — 17 February 1894

B.T1. .H!i aBilMiu51. ..."Tr? mfhiki i i l nJsSiajsuMAi iitii Ai r U.1,. ,.! sV mi'i"T''MWV'' S tl'ff'j''Vhyttl "; y.iywilliljWy Ifc IJJJt Ijjtfft" HH I- A ALMI8TUY In junt now receiving a if great ileal of attention. Palmists are springing up everywhere, and much is being written on this nubjoct. In England the law has grappled with it and professors of palmistry are tteing proaecutod. In tho latest installment of Mark Twain'a serial story "Pudd'n Head Wilson" in the Century, )ho subject is introduced in 11 way that adds to tho in toreat of the story. Palmistry has re eolvod some attention in Lincoln, and there aro a number of eople here who practice it as amateurs. Rosa Uaughun, of London, tho "princess of palmists," in discusaing tho so-called science, says: "Astrology Is tho keynote to the wholo affair. Palmistry is tho essential of i. y astrology, without which you can do v nothing. Of course I judgo of a person a great deal by tho hands, but tho face and tho influence of tho p...

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. — 17 February 1894

& i vuuiygifcfr,, lt, ,"ijk,. w f l - r.T ( vr f s - s p tc I 4 ' jiq55e x,.-,imi.jimii irx i"l iMiliiwwiMsmi.mnaMiiww NEW LANSING . THEATRE Wedresday and. Tlurs, "SSUTO.N-IO. SMVlRDM, FW. 14. , v TP3H13 gATURDAY JMlOraVlIVQ QQURIBH KLHb I p .. 1 1 HI 3 i .? , .', rv-- ' -"sr Pj,L P p .' M E- f V - W- -v I'iO j,v u .,: " ,; rV i 't-Q ?'N The Young Romantic Actress Miss Madia Craigen, Supported Frederick Paulding. Monday Night, for the first time in this city an original romantic play in throo acts by Mrs. Joan Davonport Lander and Mr. Frod eriok Paulding, entitled t I Duel of Heart's ,JTuciday njfifllt, errand, double bill Tlie Countess Dowager, h; rFtae Setting of the Sun. Seats on tale Friday, February 16. NO Cortland is In the northern -part of Gage county, one mile couth of the Lancaster oouaty line. It waa laid out in 1884 by J. H. Millard, ol Omaha, who owned the land; lota eoW very rapidly when irtt pet on the market, and in to rnonthe Irom the tret aale ol lota the town ...

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. — 17 February 1894

w WKwmmy H&iKiamwHtwmfc ' v ??tses5Eicw - w tytt uv- iwHumm&mm a fmlfe1 .A.tjE Mhii rt i n.Jr '- - VrV il ?.r ... ? ... -.. i.j piiaH lliryMMHllHifeWW"''-yWl lj4WlW""1 fr1 r Wpy fjH - iv, r . ' f M J , V THE1 SATURDAY JVXORlVnVO COURIBR K i f Sm IB (Written fur Thk Coviukr.) it 9 HERE is something radically wrong with the man or woman who (loos not desire tho friendship of some one. Tho instinct of cotnuan , inability was Implanted in Adam, and it has never been eradicated from tho human race. It may bo Bald that if Adam had avoided Eve, ho and poatority would have been wived a great deal of trouble. But there might not havo boon any posterity in that event. And then it is altogether probablo that Adam, left to himself, would havo fallon into error anyway. Eve's impetuous curiosity only brought about an earlier realization of what would havo happened in tho course of time. Asceticism is prompted by an un healthy mentality. Great minds find yrsllof and pleasuro in occasional ...

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. — 17 February 1894

? 7"' "IWNf"" -w"---- -WilAjjiiT'-'V wstemiini hiiii ' , if3f-j, y r -.-.' -fVJ uJa n . - . ' .lAr'-K y7 ' r k v " -.uiiTifn riiiwiwMrtWWBI - I t i p I? w .1 ' F1 II v. - i ' 1 ! I ' , ! t ft . IffiTft .-j '1 w i ?-1 I' -f"' ll w$ s ' J DAWS, OOFPROTM OUNNINQHAM, lUmULlY BLOCK. Nollre tit Non.HealMt MetomlBHt. II. P. Durroll, defendant, will take no. tlco thnt on the riOth day of January, 1804. Tho National Hunk of Commerce, ot Pierre, plaintiff heroin, Mod ltd peti tion In tho district court of ff "";' county, Nebraska, against said defend ant, tho object and preyor of which are to recover Judgment BgBlnst the said II. l Durroll, for the sum of teht wyen unci forty hundredtha dollar (187.10 . with Interest thoreon Ht tho rato of U t6r cent iter annum from tho 1st day or DecemlHr, WW, on a .iwminnnry note dated Novemtwr 11th, 1800. ami duo Do cember lit. 1WW, fr W7.40, payable to Mid plaintiff, and which noto wm oxo outed and delivered towld plaintiff by the said defondant, and on t...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 24 February 1894

fr r;' i W..JJ. rrr. (.111111 ii,.!. nil " - fa-v 1-)'WwrfiUwyV'jl1 tjsr a"Tlr'"i 'i .v . if 'li 7, J :-vf"",IBSS-'1ir 1 Morn i I ing w - VOL. O, NO 11. LINCOLN, NEBBASKA, SATUBDAY. FEBBtTABY 24, 1S4. PRICE FIVM.OKN'fli.Y ry fcn ('m mi ;...., -ifm.ii""iynyii i''i iii.v. Saturday Courier? - -, '4 .. ' ? f i.. s' 'v i rt r' - t . v .; Ci ;j 1 OMMENT la rifo on (ho enormous ( Iomm that have boon niado in the " pmat twelve months in stocks, but in what, except real estate; (.has the depreciation not boon monumental? Silver, wheat, corn, petroleum and products generally, have fallen off from 40 to GO per cont, and if carrying charges are counted in, the depreciation would bo found to ex ceed on tho average 70 per cent. There are but a few stocks that have fallen 70 points, aud many of them that declined considerably, paid dividends right along. Tho market in Wall street has not bceninoroBcrlously handicapped than others havo, been. Millions, hun dreds of millions of dollars, have been lo...

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. — 24 February 1894

2 MyftM.ilw)M,,,.WWill.J, "" V ' ia,iiill'lHjj,a. -'"",""" "'l'Tj''"'"'"T':"l"' ' "' "' ", li iiiln'iiiXniwiMKminnr .-' w c .. f w Kttto SATURDAY MORNING COURIER -N . HUH f AHaa laterpr M ttr of yniillifal ajfmgff harnineain TjBm rg" mi rom. e4y-f what Uil)i m astir called "dae KwtrWtrMioht") of femininity In lit aweet tearferntaa, whlmaical hamer, way wars' fancy and leyal fallh-Jnlla Marlowa bow standi, in Mm eatlmatlea of Mihttt critical authority in tale ceunlry, without a rival. It hae beea a aleaaHre ta nole thle artiate'a rapid, yet natnral growth from the leader asd of premlea to tha fragrant levee at aefformaaee, in a lanre range of ratraeter. In view of Mate Marlowa'a ar aeareaee here nait weak, H aWie not team Mt ef atata la eemaatt aad eeeaat thee. ralM ay tha devlee otMaMaeketeeVlfom the tail al aaeh nlay wit MaamnMyt HI"; tratlaM of Ike wemea eaemmre, ee fee to deri M ence tha miffi trails and mea' Mai eete)oameat of eaeeaaracter. Jallet. .My aaly love aaniai Aram my a...

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. — 24 February 1894

hhtherhhi RKESeW! f .1 a t a tl i. . . .. . .. s rt - ,Jf'fii'"..-1iiPW'S-uiMfttf --! .; a THE A1MJBUA.Ar MOISUVXKQ COURIER nnii Hi 7 HE current of society Iiur boon at tjl h low cud this wcK. i noro hub jf boon vory llttlo going on, hihI the Ht fTrospectB for tho noxt two or tliroo Vl weeks nro not particularly oncouriiglng. TO It is not on account of Lent that society in in a ntato of desuotudoin Lincoln social activity In ulwtiys intermittent Somo comment lina boon caused by tho sudden disappearance of a well known young map. Tho young man is tho son of a wealthy fathor, and it in rciortcl that somo words botwoon thoin ovor business matters led to tho suddon pucklnir up of tho son's trunk and ills ( departure from tho city. No ono seems to know whoro ho has gone. Ho is prominent in social and business circles Things change. It wus only two years ago that ladies afternoon card parties wero the reigning fad in Lincoln, (X and last season there wero Bovoral or theso functions. Hut t...

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. — 24 February 1894

'tSmmmmii&sJi to --qriTnTnirr'n.irr: v sv- e-v T It! t. i .V a. i -',-4 '. - li ,F O v '( ; 'fc?- 'V, it SAMWCM PUILItHED lATURDAYt Bt TUB Courier Publishing 60. W. Morton Smith, tBITOB RatlneM Omen KM N Htrwt. riione ass, TERMS Or IUMOIIIRTIONI Thb Coubibb, rote jrwr In stlrsnco H 00 Vt Month 4 TkrM Unnllil. W Th Courier rsa He feaitd st Hotel'Llncoln Newe Stand. Windsor Hotel News Stand. Cspltal Hotel News Stand. Red Dude Cigar Store, 1090 O St. Ed. Young, 1907 O St. Glaaon, Fletcher St. Co., 1190 O St. Moore's News Stand, 118 Bo. Uth St. Courikr Office, HIM tf St. Archie Enslgn,317 So Uth St. HANK KXAM1NKK (miVMTII. Much haa been written atmut 0. W. Mosher'e peoulatlona. Much that could have been written has been loft untold. The full extent of thia man'a coloasal stealings will probably never be known. Blaewhere In this Issue of Thr Cour. ikr a few itema are Riven, the aum of which makea it appear that Mother took fully, If not qui te 12,000,000, Bn.l the larger part of this...

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. — 24 February 1894

-? rV" "TVM v AWv lATlJieDAY JMi r r r" Ql (When I Deed distraction I roi something that I don't know kLBM OHASB Ib not crnzy. For ho himself hnth sold it. Clem Chase hue friends in thin city who will ho relloved to know that the handsonio oditor of the Omaha K.vcel afar la Btlli biuio. Wo quote f mm the Kxeehior: It was atout ton o'clock ono night Inst week and I wub in th6 midst of an arti cle on wheut in tho Chicago Tribune. 1 read up on anything about.) Tho generous pages ot that groat dally paper protected my face from tho heat ot tho grate (Iro which wub toasting my fcot very comfortubly. J. must niBo confess that I was smoking my annual cigar, which I put down in eonio alarm when I hoard u stop on tho Siazzn, followed by a hurried jork at tho oor boll. Somowhoro olso in tho Trib um I hud just read of n banker who had been ovorpowerod by tramps at his own door, which ho opened himself at u lato hour in answer to a call. So I inquired what was wanted before I turned tho latch. ...

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. — 24 February 1894

WflPlFwyif?!? ft QL S' NEW LANSING THE A T R E eg"-'''. vt I; ' i. V K B" Y, Si c l: tf ;' i?'t I j i f . c i ' lv. v , Sjgsjii f in . . ' . "I ' T ,4 AVE Me r, wgif man trow the Second Nebnwa dIatrtot,nde a leiih the tariff la the houee of repreaentatlvea Jaauary 37. Heetid great MHiy thlage, a habit ooacreaa- hare, of which the foUowing are plea: t t t OaJy one year ago Prealdeat Harriaoa ooagratulated hie oouatryaM upon a degree ot prosperity aad a Hffwaion of theooaetorto ot We which hadMTr before bee eajoyed by our people. Aa the yeW oloae'd a dewoaratie year, erea a oonaerraUre oowieroial ageaey.whioh vwaUy aVoida otroog . laagvage, waa ooepe)led to doskro that it waa' the tort fUaaatroua year ia thohietoryot the oowatry the wont ever oiperieaeed. ,The faiWrea 'were 89 per seat atort. aaeroaa thaa la the preeadiag year. Tha UabUitiea were' 400 per oeat greater. Seveaty-SVe railroad ayateaM are ia the haadaof reoeivera, repreaeating acapi tallsatioa ot nearly OTO,MO,000. t t t ...

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. — 24 February 1894

' VH', jryiWri " t 5 '" ''ll1' '" ''"! tm. rrv --m,, A - ' f A THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER 1 iTT S. t iin in (Written for Tim Colhikk.) O one who ruo tho slightest atton lion lu inn coii'iiraiion in iiiu twenty-fifth anniversary of tho Ubljshtnent 'fif the University of No- broskR, which wus ho conspicuously sue cetaful, could huvo failed to be Impress ml with the strong ticrKonality and won , derful vigor, Intellectual and physical, of tho chancellor. HIh influence wbb felt in every exercise or foaturo of the varied program, and all day Thursday and Friday Chancellor CauHeld wan tho vibrant axle on which over) thing turned. , 1 Chancellor Cantield has not escaped criticism. No man who obeys Longfcl- lows injunction and Becks to escapo fmm the ranks of dumb, driven cattle, L jj),rD free from the shafts of enmity, or and thojols"bncd darts that are thrown nrornbJuuously by little people. Men altjras want a leader; b(ut when tho leader appears cavil must needs 'come also. I do not me...

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. — 24 February 1894

unimm m . MJMWMMb fll ' pr"" k- mst m .) y"? ' p4.ni V ' (rr- - IjV""" ' V 'Vj 15 RS-;?"- y t1 -v "it i &., . v.;1 r-.i ,'-" 1' 'M f ' DMMiffl aFTKR an imprisonment of fourteen years In tho Chateau tl'lf Edmond Dantoa foil n J on tho Island of MontoGrlato a Ikix of diamonds and money that enabled him to return to Franco and liecomo hii oinnlotont Midas. C. W. Mosher found his treas uro Ihix, and ho takes hi Imprisonment after, instead of leforo hla accession to tlnanolal eminence. It tho box found on tho ialand waa an Inexhaustible inliio of wealth, tho tress tiro cheat yclept tho Capital National bank, which Mother opened ao success fully, waa a source of ahnoat unlimited aupply, and thia modern Monte Orialo waa aplendid in hla' plundering an waa the count in hla expenditure. If tho count complacently drew on tho Baron Dangler for a million franca, Moaher with equal sang frold tapped the Weatern Manufacturing company and drew out a note for 120,000, for im mediate dlacount, or ...

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 March 1894

nnmv "" , wpjf- 1"jkrv l " P ,v?Jk; 7.v "Fw WJf ' V "' ' Pi J 5 t. ' I. t: r . - Saturday Morning Courier. luy f(l 0. Ilntl W Ml ' fiiui M COL if IV I f 51 ' f 'X r Hi heaiy gath L"'g fin v 'nrei " i versa carefi boliov loan VOL. J), HO 12. I IB HI ' HE following flguroB show tho earn ings for Deccmbor find Jnnuury of tho Burlington nnd Rock Inland railroads for tho tout four yours; nleo tho soiling prico of tho stock on February 20 for four years: KnrnluK in Ilnrlliiutoi Jntmnry, December ISM..., $2.MW,'ill ISKI M.MI.'.Ttl Hock Island. January. l,312,Vtt 1,UU7,IS7 IMrj :i,n24,17K 1MII... S!,MA,i.M Avorno4 yonn $3,1(0,179 $1,270,071 Fob. 01 prico. Hurllm-ton. Hock Island. 1MW 7'. 0(1', IMtl m'i HI isa lixs Mt .! M ' Avor. ir!co Fob, ai),... i '6xi Tho HUiutuarizcd condition of tho Na tional banks for December 10, 180.1, givcB them 81,520,300,705 Individual doiKisitB, nnd $1,85.1,827,170 loaiiB. March 0, 18011, thoy had 91,TGl,4;i7i Individual do posits, and 82,150,014,002 loans. Mr....

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 March 1894

mk .,7"W Uff bbbbbbbbi MBajajp rr niii"nwsi t fO--. r 5jyV . THE iATURBAY MORJVIJVO COURIBRV .1 h. CJ w. , i-S. , n. "1 fc .-. - S.V.-1 ti fe ' y.h. IMRffll Written rnrTaatJouaiaa.) OIVINO among the wickedness and sin and iiolso and trouble ami worry of this earth thorn are a few people who twllovo that It la poesl l.lo to attain a stato of holiness In thin Hfe, and' who Imagine that they aro leading perfect live Dlaelploa of earthly hollneM aro not numerous; hut thero are few communities whore thin claea la not represented. Ami like moat aKgreaalvely good peoplo, they aro vory tlreaoRie. Tho great majority of u aro frail belnira, and wo haven't much use for thl kind of goodness. One man whom I know was taken 111 with r necullar form of rollitlon in hla youth, and ho haa never roeovored f mm tho attack, Its effect waa to leave him, not with hla face itock.marked, or hla hair fallen out, but with an idea that ho ought to be what man can never lie thin aide of the pnrtala of paradlae,...

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 March 1894

--. I THB SATURDAY MORJVUVG COURIER NEW LANSING THEATRE K OHt WUK" CQtoWEJtlCAflfc fLOWNl, fftRqH 5m '. The V ' - , ".' iyV t I1 W ' 1 ft fnv, lcpcrtory Premiers wE5i-va- -S- ttfX- Harry Jackson ff Gillingwater Kitty DeLorme and all the Favorites iLIA MARLOWE'S second upiwur- nco in Lincoln wur, it nnytliitif,', more notuhlo tliun nor lust, lie- tho Viola of "Twelfth Niht" and tmice in "Tho Love Clniso'' thero !r lo runiro u iliBsiinilurity 041111 to of tho authors of tho rcHpcctivo and thero isn't very much in coin- lotween Shakospoaro und Shuridtin leu. In tho norformanco at tho Mnj? thcatro Wednesday night thoro liotliinK of tho glamour or Slialuv lo, and thero Ih bo littlp of real uitic interest and such an impartial ibutlon of the dlaloL'uo huioiil' tho in J I lius leading uharautcra of tho play f r I tho BiiccesB of MIrb Marlowo in in- 1 il"K " nu,c'1 B""'no interest in tho (f?Io part of Coimtinwe is a decided 1 1 r,,h' I I A comedy roles such as Viola, lloxa 1 J nnil (ninluiH...

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 March 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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