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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 3 March 1894

I & UK critictHin in IiihI wcek'fl Couh t ikk upon tho record of National Jr Hunk Kxuitilnor John M. OrillUh and his complicity intliuMosiiorBeiindiil litis i)ccn a fruitful subjeetfordlsciiBHlon in tho paHt few dttjB, and not only have tho articles been favorably commented UK)ii by varioiiH diHintereBted persons of prominence, but' many have Raid that Tiik Couiukk'h rebuke, scathing iih it was, but partially stated thu apparent truth; that (Irimth'H olllclal record has for yearn l)een marked by results that were born of either iiHtute knavery or inexcusable ignorance. A group of business men and bunkers who were conversant with (Iritlltli's career, were- this week discussing the re cent disclosures, and as they became reminiscent some very interesting facts were disclosed that now form tho basis of this additional statement concerning Oriillth's olllcial career. John M. Orilllth was for several years, about thu lattor part of tho seventies, a clerk in tho Omaha National bank an...

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 March 1894

MlffliKn ji. rtwwun-wn "-mi imi umlfi iiitt-tl.i i --""" "1""", i i ' r-urT" ("' V salaaMa' ' 'y J i' i t f ' TTr' in i t" -;' ! rlS ' - - .M9Bfffe te IP THE A'JMJMAY aiOKNTIKO- COURIER H C G i I. k lc ii i nm VV HH utoHt HtrlldiiK fputliro f tlio (4 VHcliornwptlon hint Frltlny oven T Iiik wiir tho oxUlnitn tiiHto 1Ih iIhc1 In tlio (k'comtloiiH. Tho mantel In tho Hpituloim tinllwity whh iilmcwt on llroly hlildmi with ih1iiih ml cr iiiiIihiib, while ml wnittlciiH woro iiIho to 1o won In ovory nook ami cornor. Thn NuhniHkn Rtuto orohoHtrit whh Htu HoimmI im Hi" imihI hIiIo and wiib Htir rounded hy 1hiih with bountiful rod ahmU'H, prpwmtliiK ihobI ehiirniliiH up pcarancc. Tho reception room on tho rl(iiit. whoro tho touoivliiK IiuIIor wont elation!, wan profiiBoly decorated In whlto. whllo In thn Imck parlor rod whh attain tho predoniiniitliiK color. Citron. tloiiH ind American huiiutloH, with piano ImniiH kIowIdk with rod tllitt forinod tho'docoratloiiB. Innnodlatoly hack of thin room...

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 March 1894

thk a'.njrj a, v ivioiviig courier f! II Mil Mrs. J, M. Hitrvtiy, liiHpirittional lec turer of Iowu, will lecturo ut I ted Men'a linll, Ilnltcr hlouk, Sunday, Fob. STilh, ihi I! it 10:.!0 ii. in. and 7:.'1() n. in., under hvi- fiotlc influence. Delineation and ties- .rlptlon of Hjiiritn will follow. Freo to very'.)oi1 NWo wont liVoninn rsnwB. to hear the "liiBjilratlonul taturor." nloiu' with novornl hundred l,B h,n. f.1ll. ....... I.. A...1 ... .,.,.. .1 .. in with groy hulr mid a coarse votoo, C limn !Miiriimit vvnu imiiiillliiir. Wn nrd the lectin or talk of Immortality 1 Lin ilny havoc with the KiikIIbIi Inn- Sho mild "hactlvo" and "pro- haim' and inHmted on iiivini; "llhmtera. tioiis'' ol her Bcicnce. Sho mtw nnplrtt, who wheillvlng had "lunn that wnu bad." Another Hplrit that appeared to her Wnu thaty'of a very old man, and she adiled,"whcn ho died ho was iiBed." And uUia miserable fraud talked of divlno In-Wjh-ntlon and heavenly intluenco and Mho eloincntB of the bouI to men ...

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 March 1894

Utemuty !;' -fi'Ti1'-' - . f i "fi"i N lltiTffl Ml ",'" ,'IIV IIICB l: St 1 St. "fl ' :? V't. a- '- 'I -"t ';, A: rf P . , ' V 4"-. ' UP ft rk - f' On- ! ?' Iti Hip i'lri'iilt Court r llif UhIIimI Willi' Tor tlic lttrM f NrlttnxUii, At tin hcphIoii of tho Circuit Uourl of tho United Htuti'H for tho District of Nuliriwlui, continued and held at tho United State Court room In tho city of Lincoln, In wild Stnlo on tho 18th tiny of Jiinnuiv 1MU, tlio Honornlilo Klmor 8, Dundy 'being present nml presiding in Hitld court tho following among other ptoccdlngH woro liml ami done; to-witi Joseph Oi Hounds, ) J'lalntllT, i- v vs. louio Meyer, and A nnlo fpyor,liln wife, et al.t Defendants, In Chancery Ordor on Abnoneo of Defendants. Now on tho 18th day of .lanuury 18IH, being at thoilnmmry torm A. D. 181M, or nald court, It having boon mado to iippcnr to thosatlsfaotlonof wild court that thlrt Ih a suit commenced to enforce a mortgage Hen uikii real property with in tho paid District, and that...

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. — 3 March 1894

WW "TV' T JV r' T l re . v.. l-s . i , V i . 'a Si bf . u s- i :.. '' i " t r , . .- P- L' U l. l' ' IV i A, t- I r faw ' p if ' i - tf IrU ( p .-' ' J ( a 'o- . tK 1 jii '.' in tltc ('trot It I'mirl nf Hip nlltl Watm Mr ! tlt rlt I iif NHiiiufcii, At tho wwdmi of Hip Circuit Court of the United Htalwt for the I)lHtiict of KulimnUii, continued mul liflcl at the United Rtute Court room In tho city oj Uneoln, In wild Slnlo on thu 18th day of .Tiinunry 1RI, tlio Honorable Minor 8, Dundy being present nnil presiding in wild court tlio following among other procodlngM were, lind iiiiil done to-wltt .1iumli (1. ItminilH. 1 ' " .;. .,..' in n iMiilntlir, 1 1- ; Ml. Iioulo Moer. and Annie Mo)er,hls wife, lit III., pofonriiinta. In Chancery, Order on Almcnco of OefendiintH. Now on tlm 18th dny of January 181 , ImiIiiu ui tlin .Tiiiumry term A. I. 1B.M, of wild court, It hnviiiK been mado to nppenr to IhoKiillsfnotlon of wild court that thin Ih a Htilt commenced to enforce a iniirtKimu Hell u...

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. — 10 March 1894

V BtaU lilitorloftl H00UI7 Box 1181 J Saturday MoYning Courier. v - vol. i), no la. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, MAHCIl 10, lt.iJt. l'lHGM FIVE CENTS. r A M BUSINESS I The vIhIIjIu mi)il.v of corn Iiiih not Ih'cmi larger In twelve j ears at this Bra win, says Clapp A Co. Wo recall no sea Hon wliuii tlio crop grown, in comparison to lioino consumption or exports, wan near as large. Crlbbers everywhere re port loss stock than utuial: evidences seem to accumulate indicating farmers havo been forced to sell, and eribberH could not carry their purchases outHido of primary markctH. The export de mand !h fair. Tim price, lil:o wheat, HcuiiiH too low, and a tempting Invest ment for t ho patient operator. . "When better timet will arrive Ib a question to which a positive uiiBWer can not bo made," Bays tho Now York Sen. "With tho present 1 ow prices for wheat and other food products no improvement can bo hoped for immediately at tho west; tho correspondingly low prlco of cotton deprcHses busi...

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. — 10 March 1894

r H But lllitorlotl Hoelitj Box 1181 f Saturday Moaning Courier K I 7 VOL. 0, NO li). I BUSINESS I Tho visible Hiiiply of corn hits not boon larger in twelve jours at this sea boh, Buys Clupp A Co. Wo recall no sea Hon when tho crop grown, in comparison to homo consumption or exports, vvaR near ub huge. Cribbors overywhoro re port loss stock than iiHUal; eviilences Bcein to accumulate indicating runners have been forced to sell, and cribberH could not carry their piircluiHCH ontBido of primary markets. The export de mand is fair. Tho price, iil:o wheat, BcctiiH too low, and a tempting invest ment for tho patient operator. "When better timcH will arrive is a question to which a positive anflwer can not bo made," Bays tho Now York San. "With tho present 1 ow prices for wheat nnd other food products no improvement can bo hoped for immediately at tho west; tho correspondingly low price of cotton depresses business at tho south, and tho reaction of tho two together upon the manufacturing...

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. — 10 March 1894

m$iiQfp&r' '"lpfrS r'wNW wviiwsrOT)j -'-wftfjfi rt ,,. yj 1II3 SATURXIAY JMLOIJVIJVO COURIER - "9V, " I'OUIIINKH'H miigaxlno for March opens with tlio second article ly ,1ihI Chandler Harris on "The Hen Island Hurrlcuni'M" tliiH ono dealing ooelally with the groat rollof work which Ih being iHiulncti' hy Miss Clam lliirton nnil tho Red Cross society. Tho distress in these Islands Ih llkoly to In crease until tho Unit crop ahull ho until orcd in tho Into spring, o thai tho noo salty Ih apt to ho (limit at 11 tlmo whon tho publlo him, for the most part, lost In forest In tho catastrophe. Mr. HnrriH, in IiIh tour fr Scrlbnor's magazine through nil those islands, Iiiih presented not only tho tlintrciwliiK part of tho cntiiHtropho hut the httmormiH hIiIo of it which tho sou-Island negro ho plentifully furnishes. Ho Iirh umd tho finest litor nry skill in doplotlng these HtratiKO IrIiiiuIh nnil tholr picturesque Inhabit. uutH, ho that after reading tho iirtlclo ono feels that ho him ac...

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. — 10 March 1894

THR SATURDAY MOKNING COURIlJR & am Piii 4" N tlio Hying rumor r of engagements 'I anil approaching inarrlageB a eon y siderablo degree of itittsrcst Centura In tho looked for wedding of a Lincoln vounir ladvDnd a ouni: professor who recently loft this city to accept a xwl tlon on tho Pacific eoiiBt, and who, ac cording to current roort, 1b to return In the early mnniucr to celebrate hiH wcd ding Minn Ada Parker, the Omaha young lady who eloped hint Saturday with Georgo A. Lawrence, an employe of tho Omaha Packing company, enjoy ed considerable hocIh! prominence in Omaha, and Ih known to'iiuito a number of Lincoln people. A particularly Hilly feature of thin more or loss uciiHatlonal cam) Ih the Hpectacle presented by the father, Dr. A. A. Parker, who appeared ' on tho Btreet with crepe on his hat. Ho HiijHhiH daughter 1b as good an ueau Tho crazo for amateur theatricalB, which Iuih Boveral thncH touched Lin coin with more or Icbb Boverlty, threat ens to make a more formidable vi...

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. — 10 March 1894

' sfi i THE& mArCUXUXZATZ MORNING OOURIOBR "tit . t' ih ,,i l- ' i V SiiYlRNIlII) PUBLISHED 8ATURDAY8 nt tiik GOUUIHU PUBLISHING 60. W. Morton 8mitm, eoiron lltmlnof Olllco Hill N Htrr-i't. I'limii' SB. TenMB OF BUBBORIPTION: Tiih t'ounu.it, onn)iar In nilvnncn W 10 1U Mmitli ' m Tlirnn Months ..Ml The fimrlrr rnn Ho Koiinil nt Hotel Lincoln Nowh Stnml. Windsor llotul Now Htund. Cnpltul Ifotol Nowh Stand, lhvl Dudo Cigar Store, I (WO O St. Kd. YouiiKi 1307 O St. Cluson, Fletcher & Co., 1120 O St. MiHiro'B NmvB Htund, 118 So. 11th St. Couiiirh onic, 11:11 N St. ArchloKnHign,217SolHhBt. TIIK NKW COIIItIKH, Uoglniilng with noxt week Tiik Couii i Kit will ho lusuod In thu form inii.to mu ulur by rucIi publicntious im J'nck .mfe, 7Vnf7i iiml 7'ini'M Jojifwi. Tlioro will ho twenty pugoB, with u Hpoclully designed covor hy Wullnco & Lock wood of thin city, it striking and bouutl fill ploco of work hy tho way. Every urtlclo und Item in ThCuurikk will ho original, and wo hollovo ...

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. — 10 March 1894

V SATURDAY AftOJRatXKG COURIER Y Si i) i n "Tho Lincoln pnpem uro making Homo ugly thrcatfl about Mr. John Clrlllltli, our Htuto Imnk examiner, claiming that ho in 'a full-Hedged member of tho Mcmhor gting' Im'lmiumj ho Informed tho public that tho iikhoIh of tho Capital Na tional wcro in gcxid condition wlion thoy woro not bo," Bay tho Omaha A'.wkiW. "Now tho fi.rcchior has known John (Jrilllth bIiicu ho wan a clerk in tliu Omaha National. Ho Ib prolmbly bettor known In Ouiuha than anywhere in tho ntuto, uiiIcrh it bo IiIh homo at Wahoo. Ho married a beautiful Omaha tfirl, (hIiico tlcccuHod), MIhh Molllo King, a nlcco of Lyman Itlcliunlnon, and ho Ib as Htrnight anil conBclontiotma man im over engaged in untangling tho complex pro blems ot a bank. Hut wo really think it boho;cB him to make boiiio tlefoiiHo before tho Lincoln people, whono wrath ngaliiBt tho bank Bwindlo HeeniH to wax rather than wane, demand an invoBtigu tion before tho comptroller. Any perBon who Iuib looked into ...

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. — 10 March 1894

l!J!jjp55"??5 IS "TV. A, I- '-"V.' . ,Olll ( , iWlMfc.itlm .1 Ill !.. . ,- Jtf3!t THE A.TIJLtVY MOEtNISJQ COURIER i ;1 ' I Y .h h V) NEW LANSING THEATRE r-a1 u.v..-je a- a t -ti MONDAY, Mlioolril Kcturn flVSS MfAVIk CRGtH NUPPOK'rien iiy JtA. fftHllCK PWJiHG PreNontlnu: ROmEO P JULIET AND THE HIT OF A DUEL OF HEARTS. ROOXJJAIfc Clcmlo IVow Opon. Monday. Maida Cragon Bnd Frederick Paulding in "Romeo and Jullot" at tho Lansing theatre Tuksday. Maida Cragon and Frederick Paulding In "A Duel of Hearts" at tho Lansing theatre. . Thuiwday; "Whlto Squadron" at tho Lansing theatre. FKiiiAY.-Hallon & Hart In "Tho Idea" at tho Lansing theatre. Saturday. Prlmroso & West'B mln ' strels at tho Lansing theatre. Io-Nioht. "A Captain In Petticoats" by tho Holden Comedy company at the Lansing theatre. Q CAREFUL estimato places tho aggregate amount ot money that changed hands, in tho thirty seven dramas enacted last evening in this city Bnd Brooklyn, at 11,3700)0, says tho Now York San. In th...

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. — 10 March 1894

IMIIS SATURDAY AdLOKIJLVQ COURIER T 7 Ail i JIK "Kuiitlptiiiinly fdrl" 1b hIiuUIiij,' iitr ihn Krtnicli (rlppurion by which tBlio Iiiih licen mora or Icrh biI- lorKwl for tho lnnt your or ho, imil now iroK)HCB to Hiiim wry much to tho foro Ih Bpriiif?. Tim fact Ib, there 1b too mil real comfort and convcniuiicn ut tho wml iniiBCtillno continue to w of Itfl lioiiiK wholly illBcardftl, ami atly him wUt'lydpcldctlnottoalmiHlon it Blmjily to rcli'Kiito It to ItH proper whore it Iipl'oiiich tho most appro- .o and at the name time tho mont (tiller uohUiiiio a woman can wear. k really well in a iniiiiniuli tailor gown a woman Bhould lie coiibIb . T ...in I...M ..t.w.l .1.1,1 ..ttll Wll,.!..! t fljliriinpctl hair aro manlfefltly out of place, Hid ii neat collar, tie, laced bootB and )L'fikin gloves aro do rif,'iimir. A bon- t would bo an anomaly, a noft folt hat winter or a Bailor hut inmiinmcr being io only headgear permissible with Biich coflttnuo. A really wcll-dreBBod woman a as "Keniio...

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. — 10 March 1894

EKS2S iaSMWRl m ViHs MOIfclVJLlVO VvjiiE- &f ' ;5iK 1 4, ',rVJ&S i- V .jTiT- . J K- I Si ' J ir.-f f'rt ".' Jf. n i J, Jjju iAsaaf hsshim j ioif)o 'y.U.t rf.nj- t-Av - ?M it i &4m) i -j iHC ."- -r A 'v' . $)? -wv sw M ' UPTODAT! .! l!il , IN FACT A LITTIdE IN ADVANCE OF THE TIMES. m JTHE COURIER, commencing Saturday, March 11, will be isined as a twenty page paper enclosed in a handsome and specially designed cover. .Everything new, every article and item will be original and sdicy. THE COURIER will be enlarged and improved in every department. Subscription price, $2.00 per year. Next week's issue of THE COURIER Will be an edition of 5,000 copies. Application for space should be made at once. I TWENTY PAGES. THE COURIER ORIGINAL, 'SPARKLING. WMMMMMMMSMBMMMM x .. ;i"r . ,sjt k- M-. ' V, V I t ft . 'rV vt 8 J . it A ' ' KS flt,' tr- . :..&' .-!,, 0.1 ... ?y In thft Jiutlre Court of LnctrrL'nnnty, lioforo L. A, MoOanPlcM, Juitleo of tlin nce. biibmi fi. I'onnu anu Lione...

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