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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 26 August 1893

-! Moiming Courier. VOLUME 8, NO. 38. kINGOLN, NKUUASKA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1893. PKI6K FIVB GENTS Saturday A W I t ft r? if R ft! V 1 ? IV SI Washington, Aug. 23, 1803. Special Courier Correspondence That Speak er Crisp realizes that tho south is in tho eaddlo wilt bo Been from the mako-up of tho house committees. Out of fifty-two chairmanships ho has given thirty to tho southern democrats and but twenty two to northern democrats. There nro twonty-threo important committees and of these eighteen, or moro than two-thirds, have chairmen from southern states. Tho four great committees, ways and means, coinage, appropriations, and pensions, all havo southern chairmen and southern majorities in their demo cratic membership. ' . When Mr. Cleveland selected his cabinet I assured myself that tho im portant and conspicuous member of it would bo John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky. This gentleman has been such n vig orous and intellectual flguro in his wholo career us a statesman, and his opport...

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. — 26 August 1893

M i , L. K bk tH rr. f it: KP -T i m B Thai 'llxvlnnl.l.lllllirliliio M'niirrrl.1 PWhnt' wniLiiiimnny rviMuts thollnoat concert everglvcn In Lincoln by homo intent, wns equally successful from rlnnnclnl jMtlnt of vlow, nnd tho IiuIIoh of tho Women's Christian jisftoclntlon, under whom auspice tho concert whs kIvpii, and Mlm Mlnnlo Qnylord and MliwNnnnto Lilllbridgo, nnd those who Minted in tho excellently nrranged pro gram, mny well congratulate themselves on tho outcome of tho entertainment, which was really it notablo event. It u a cultured And fashionable audi ence that tilled tho First Presbyterian church Wednesday ovoning almost to overflowing, Tho mimical contingent waa especially well represented. Hence tho enthusiasm that was manifested throughout the ovoning wan a decided compliment. Tho Tuxedo Mandolin club ojwned with tho "Pearl of Sovoy" which waa charmingly rondered. The mandolin club, under tho direction of Professor Eaton, ban rapidly dovoloed into a splendid mimical ...

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. — 26 August 1893

i! V is L THE Furr HinonflL Bw. O AND TENTH STREETS. Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. OFFICKRfti K.B, ItAK.woOD, President., . i. A. IIanna, Vlco President. (' F. M. Cook, Cashier. S, 8. LirriMCOTT, Assistant Cashier. . B. Freeman, Asslitnnt Cashier. LINCOLN, NEB. 6APITAU, $250,000.00. oncer and Director. Jork IJ. W'RionT, President. T. E. Bands, Vlco President, J. II. McClat, Cashier. P. K. Johnson, II. P. Lou, Tho. Cochran E. K. Biter. .. T w Lowrcy, W. L. Dton. General Banking Business Transacted Collection a Specialty. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL, $100,000.00. SURPLUS, $20,000.00. JOSEPH BOEHMER, Pres. HERMAN H. SCHADERO, V. Prf. CHAS. E. WAITE, Cashier. QEO. H. SCHWAKE, Ant. Cathier. 0 per cent on Deposit raid at the UNCOIVN Savinss Bank AND 8AFE DEPOSIT CO. Cor. P and EloTcnth Sts. ThconlySafe Deposit Vaults in Lincolh DIRECTORS. N. B. Hnrwood. N. C. Hrock. Wm, McLaughlin. W. A. Selleck. C. T. Hoggs. O. W. Webster. Albert Wntklna. Fred Williams. Rachel Lloiil. II. I), ltn'.hawn...

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. — 26 August 1893

4MI& ATUMDAVORNING OOXJIMJB&ir rti i 'h SIMllMii PUBLISHED SATURDAYS SITUS COURIER PUBLISHING 60. I Whiil, Jr., Wt Morton Barm, President and Mantter. 8ocrUr and Tmiursr. MtaMM 0e 11M O Btni. rhont ats. TIRMS OP tUMONIPTIONt i CocilM.onsmr, lb !... 18.00 month 1-00 Yfcrs months.,.. M OOKHMPONDBNOI. Contributions nd nil commnnatloM rls Mv to newa and etlllurlnl mnttoi mulcl bs ad it WW? d I To Urn editor. fMaddtvi Llseola, Mincss iriiori nun imimm" uii.ii. rnumitd ThbCoUMICH I'UBMtHIMO Co.. la, Neb, Drafts, ehwkn nnd poitolllco syrsWn should be made payabiu to tus oraor n jMOosipanr, TIIR OOURIKR rUBLISHlNQ 00. W. MORTON SMITH, ibitm. 25C -THE- Will lo nertt to sriaijv ciclcltoaia ; foii Three Montli -FOU- TlitM las trlul of for ctr&ci xvlll bo 2 5 6. Tmk New York Shh hi a thorn In tho wide of tho democratic party, or, to change tho simile a little, a two edged word in tho belly. Tho Sun beliovea sow and always lias bolioved in protoo Hon, but when tho national convention...

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. — 26 August 1893

THE SATURDAY MRNII0 OOURIKH V M-4' ' ' ,&' 1MB 'Joseph Znltmmnh," liy Edward KIhk, presents Ronio vivid pictured of tlio dark uldoof iifo in Now York City. Tlio "sweating" pyRlom us treated by tlio graphic pen of thin writer, nppcnrn to Ira n terrible lnntitutlon, but Mr. KIiik timkoH it no mnro terrible tliiin it really Jb. And the awful mlnory and despora tlon of tlio uuoniployed! These nro not overdrawn in tlio HtlrrlnK chapters ot "Joseph Zulinonuh." Only hint week a New York paper contained an account of thedifitroHtt anions tlio Hebrew cloak inakero that reads like a chapter out of Mr. King's book. Tlio following Ih an extract frorti a re)ort of a meeting of the unemployed held a few ilujH ago: "Talk about tho Hebrew riots," con tinned tlio speaker. "Tho congressmen who inako tho laws would inako more bloody riotH if tlioy had no work and no money. What him Huron Hirsch done for us?" "Nothing! Nothing!" said tho audi enco. "Ho has given somomilliousof dollars, and and nobo...

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. — 26 August 1893

u THE t ( ;f iV w-. 7 TU! rv, W- .? r R t . l,( , :..' j. -" "'. r: ' n v Wj. & : ii i BKS It wm a Joyful return to the Meeqnlto valley ranch. Difficult Indeed would It k to exaggerate tho enthusiastic wol comoof tho impnlslvo Kntoj tho over joyed though restrained greeting of tho wore conservative Edith, for in tho brief Interval of his nbsenco Miss Stafford had passed some very lonoly hours and had found Unto to reallzo how much tho prosonco of Bruco had grown to bo to her, If sho had reflected with bitterness npon tho change of his attitudo toward her, if sho had found tho contrast tc tweon Miss Dallas and herself so over whelming that sho almost pitied Ilruco for tho blindness of his own vision, Micro was nothing strange or unfeminino in all Indeed, considering tho tender regard the lady entertained for tho ranchman, It was quito natural that sho should lw convinced that sho was tho ono person la the wide world to mako him happy. Quite m natural was it that sho should Me not...

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. — 26 August 1893

THB AjMJ1MAlY MORlVIBirO COURIER i s a . W1SEH1S Nr.w Yoiik, Aug. 23, 1893.-lSpeclnl Couiur.u Correspondence The follow ing are tho important attractions this week In Now York: Vnudovlllo nt Tony PuHtor'B theatre; "Now South" nt tho Madison Square theatre; Vnudovlllo nt Proctor's; DoWolf Hopper nt tho Broad way theatre; Vnudovlllo nt tho Casino; "Tho Prodigal Daughter'' nt tho Amorl can theatre; E. II. Sothorn nt tho Lyceum; Lawrence Hanley in "Tho tember 11. Tho oporn calls for an clalmr nto scenic potting, in which tho fancy of tho artist will find full play. Tho tint Bcono la In Thibet, whenco Prlnco Paul nnd hiflrotluuo aro projected liy electric motor to tho plnuet Mars. Tho Prince falls In love with Venus, who has been divorced from MarB for 3.000 years' and many whimsical complications follow. Cnmlllo D'Arvlllo will play tho Prince, Hollo Thorn will bo tho Venus, La llega louclta tho Cupid, Hallcn Mostyn tho Grand Lamn of Thibet, Harry McDon ougo tho lloyul Electrician, and W...

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. — 26 August 1893

.-; .? i Ji 0' - f uft- N i 'J it I' S- r HE MHI IN OH DicU Mooro, well and favorably known in Omaha, Ik n nlmon-pnro prize ilghtor and no mistake. Ho makes nil of hln ttKhtnln (ho ring mid but seldom appears In tho nownpnpern. During tlio pant two crn Mooro ban made no lepn tlinn fowrlccn finish fights. Think of tlmt, unil ltottor tluin that, him eomo out tho victor In all hut two. HIh llrnt ''loso'' was with Tim Miami at South Omaha, winter before lunt. Nllaml wuh a big, strong, packing house man, who, by th nature of bin occupation, wnniilwnn in prime condition. Dick underrated tho fellow, and entered tho ring wholly out of condition. At that ho gnvo tho pnek lug house man a terrible, drubbing and had him nil but out in tho sixth round, when tho gong naved him. Tho noxt round, however, found Timothy with hln second Installment of "wind" on hand and ho made n vleloun onslaught on Dick that could not bo remitted, and covered with blood from head to foot, ho wan nut out after two mi...

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. — 2 September 1893

Tf-"'"T"" S Mf U " if o 0 . , i -vyr 4 fl ? , Mr VbLUME S, NO. 39. m U1NGOLN, NBBRA8KA, SATURDfl, SEPTEMBER PRIOB FIVB GENTS -, -T-s rm fV Saturday Courier: A. I A i S. 11 jr. w. ' m 41 r ,'JJ A u i h c I I1B Washington, Aug. 99, 1803. Special CovRiKRCorrespondeate. This city at its very lowest ebb of midsummer dull Bess, haa been aroused from Its lethargy by the sweet but emphatic voice of Mlaa Madeleine Breckenrldge, aliaa' Vinton, aliaa Paul-Pollard, diatinctly asserting her fixed purpose to have either blood or pecuniary vengeance, and forcibly reiterating; her determination to take her cause into her own hands should the "law's delays"- stand in tho way of that justice which she asserts is her due. In consequenco of the fair Madeleine's perturbed state of mind, it may well be that tho body guard of detectives, armod to tho teeth, with which the venerable Mr. Breckinridgo sees fit to surround himself on his wanderings to and fro, is not altogether de trop; though the idea of a s...

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. — 2 September 1893

V- K ', .' .' i . . - .. i ..'. a- J fe I , i. 1 "v P'- f- If. A" r. t k . K, . ',) ,','' ?' -' f. ; s-. L.. t w 1 IPS. -1 ',1' ES Dancing 1'arty nt llurllnsloti lloach, The Lincoln assembly No. !l, Pythian Sisterhood, gnvo n grand '" "! outing Ht Hurllngton llpneh Wednesday even ing. Thero was ii largo ntimtior In at tendance ami tho ovoning paused very pleasantly to nil present, nnd wns pro. nouncctt r thorough success, Uth Hnnn dally nm! socially. Excollont music WM provided by the Lansing orchestra. Following In n partial lint of tho purtlcl pants: Messrs. nnd Mosdames George Hlsdon, Johnaon, llarktlnll, Vnnow, L. Towneend, F, J. Chancy, S. 8. Oollyor, "Will Hopkins, Honry Harth.F.J.Kclloy, Frank llohnnnn, Edward Sixer, J. W. Porclval, Loo Arnolt, Bponcor McFad den, Kolwrt Hrown, W. A. Dllworth, Foxworthy) Mesdaines F. A. llartholo mow, Uahcr, Stlon, Eaton and Lnwlor, Mlasca Lllllo Potora, LImIo Huford, Fowler; Messrs. W. A. Boltx, G. A. Ona. colgno, J. S Ferguson, Theodore Jaco...

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. — 2 September 1893

X If. 'r THE Fust Mbtiohbl Biwi. O AND TENTH BTRKETB. Capita), $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. i- OFFICER I ' X. 8. Rabwood, President. , . Crah. A. Hamma, Vice President. F. M. Cook, Cashier. , . . 0. 8. LtrriNcorr, Amltnt Cashier. , a. 8. Femman, Assistant Cashier. ' iONAL LINCOLN, NEB. GAPITAb, $250,000.00. Oflcers and Director. Jonw U. Wiioht, President, T. E. Bands, Vice President. J.H.HcCLAT,Cahlor. F. & Johnson, H. P; Lao, Tboa. Cochran, E. K. Biter. T. W. Lowrcy, W. L. Dayton, General Banking Business Transacted. COLLECTION A SrECIALTT. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL, $100,000.00. SURPLUS, $20,000.00. JOSEPH BOEHMER, Pre. HERMAN H. SCHABEEG, V. Prtt. CHAS. E. WAITE, Cathier. GEO. H. SCHWAKE, Ast. Cathier. B tef CCUt on Deposit Paid at the M3VOo:l,n AND SAFE DEP08IT CO. Cor. P and Eloronlh 8t. fheonlySafe Deposit Vault tit Lincoln DIEECTOR9. 8, 8. Rarwood. O.nrock. ,,., Wm. McLaughlin. W. A. Bclleck. CT.Bncn. . O.W. Webster. Albert Wpt kins. Fred Williams. Rachel Lloyd. H. b. Hn'.lmw...

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. — 2 September 1893

fm HHBS .vay7" -rrmrw 'fwn T t i!3K I ii Mr u " V V E? C I . fc: fr .A V. . ai$ ( U'i r, n " "' 5 ft. la S-S t k (r r ? SIMYMWNIMI) PUILIIHED SATURDAYS COURIER PUBLISHING 60. !. PrasMsal Mi MmHWi bbIsbsmAajM amJ YaaAjBBhalaa MSClWff SJSHl AlWWvvi v WHfV BVTTSf oaMiiMomiMi TINMI OF tUMOMPTIONl Ohmm, om rear. U aavaass IMS IBS.... IHMMllHIMMMIIMKMMttl M iMlMIHM ........ 10 OORMIPONDINOt. .Osatrtsatloae aad all eowaisa'jalsMa nl nd all eofa'jaWHM tela sews aea Miioru 1 1 Trt Ihft Mtltnr. aad editorial atte aVmUTsssi- tsetses istters asd walrttMW tfteald irssMs le Ts Ooosiia rcsMSsrw Co., As. NK Drafts, check ant peaieflce MomM be aaaae payable to tat tar of jr. TUB OOORIKB rUBUMtra 00. W. MORTON MITM, ISfTSft. IIknry Wattkhhon Ik unkind to Mr. Bryan. Ho says thoro aro only two men in Waahtngton who know anything attiout silver, Stewart and Daniel. That waa unquestionably a great pooch that Mr. Bryan delivered ,in Waahhigton a couplo ot wooka ago. And It la mid that ono million copies o...

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. — 2 September 1893

fm M i I ' i I: I U I 1 "4 .a ' t :. :,:::& . . V- :f"fc' J?' ' f " lr iff-ftyf W,l. , . .1M0WT UTr-.- J A: ' 1 ". ' IT 1 4 4 .... s v 4 'V ., ,:-rt 'f ' H i 'a '' t-t-tt-t-t-tt-trrrrrt-trrrt-t t talMWtH4Htttt-ttfttttt-rti$ . i ''& '9kim)( , j . tis '', a 4 f ft !.V TO THE bADIES OF LINCOLN: j''.':.' 'is V B tf ff " ' " n-'J 1 ft .' j n k. . -Ji iff - BR. . B. . tJf ' , I 2 t: ' HI ( LINCOLN ( ( iMA8888t8MtttS't,S Our groat Oarpot Salo In now going on. Wo haro purchaaod ov6r 15,000 worth of Ingrain Carpets conalgnod to M. 8. Noah, of Donvor. This stock comprlioa all grailos of Ingrain Carpets. Tho gooda woro bought at a very low figure, anil will be sold at about half regular pricea. 0 NOTE SOME PRICES - Cotton Ingrain, Yard Wide' Good Heavy Ingrain Part Wool Ingrain All Wool Ingrain .Best Quality, All Wool t is i .-(jfj. ' 23c. Yard . . 35c. " ,;' . 45c. " . . , 55c. " ' . . 65c. " None can afford to' be without carpets at these figures. BARGAINS IN CARPETS : : H . W' h 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. — 2 September 1893

hm fc TUB HATURDAY MORNING COURIER V ',1 if t ' -- f - V s HEALTH IN ONE SONG "AFTER THE iALL" NETS A YOUNO MAN $1,000 PER DAY. Tke Most httwM Hallatt of th Cnl IT A Com poser Who Cannot Read Ma tie Haw Ha Suddenly Awoke t rind IwmU ramon. Special CorrponJtne. Milwavkkr, Aug. 81. It if A matter af Mora thaa passing tnterest that a Mil waakee boy hits broken the record, in these record hrtuiklng days, as a song writer, nuhlUher lind sollor. Everybody aowadaysis singing thst irreaistlble but ted, "After the Bull." The chorus After th ball Unver, after th break of morn, After the dancers' leaving, ftr the tiara nr on, Vur a heart I aching, If iron could read tlicm II, Manr th hop that hat vanished, af (or (bo un it heard erery there, and it U probably the mott successful song of tho century, orer 800,000 copiee having Iron sold. It Is aaid that no other song over sold toao large aa extent, and it ia certainly a f act that ao other song ever netted He com aoaw a fortune in a few month' ...

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. — 2 September 1893

rep MP"'1' modrjuvq coununr . i fa JJi ?.' k:f, .i mire Chicago, Aug. 30. Special Courirr Correspondence This week nees but few changes nt tho theatres. "America" continues at tho Amlitorlum; "All Baba" will remain two or thrco weeks longer at tho Chicago ticra houso when It will give, place to "Slnbnd;" Sol Smith Russell is still doing "A Poor Relation;" "A Dark Secret" . is tho attraction at Havolln's; "Tho Old Homestead" is pursuing tho oven tenor of Its way at EIIVIC'r 117(0 PJajs the Hole of Deacon McVickors; Lillian Russell is drawing well in "Tho Mountebanks;" "Tho Girll Left Behind Mo" Is on Indefinitely at tho Schiller. Tho superlatives used so liberally in describing "America" havo dono but poor justico to that great stago entertain ment. Somo ingenious philologist should create n composlto adjcctlvo from tho collection and present It to tho management to bo used as a standing display advertisement. Tho English languago is both elastic and oxprcssivo but Its resources seem...

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. — 2 September 1893

,t ' If. ..--' riii6 A.ruitrAkir I t' i 0Aitoidfifi2 B-BaxLBBBaaCl! it i ih- U ?(. 'A V w h firtJ v, Bf ': v r', . i?" '- .-a 'V . ,. H "ft v; ;u.' "" ,-"l 'V, t . SUMMER STYLE BUHLflP 001 NOW IMT. "W. It. Dennla A Co, US1 O Sirett. The Cecrlrr can He Fend at Hotel Lincoln News Stand. Windsor Hotel Now Stand. Genital Hotel News Stand. P 5 Dude Cigar Store, 1030 O St. 1-rl. Your, 1307 O St. , Cteaoa, Fletcher A Co.. 1190 O St. Moore's Newa Stand, 118 Bo. 11th St. Coonian Office, 1134 O St. F. Peine, 1490 O St. Archie Eneiga.an So 11th St. McMre. JJWgjJ acme, kf etceiorM, MaUa4IIM MUM! meUwiMrame. Oovztsa ros. Co. ire Lincoln, Naa., May Ut, 18W. Furs stored at F. R. Voelker's. Whltebreast Coal and Lino Co. Bathing capa at Reotor'a Pharmacy. Althea toilet preparatorlea at Reotor'a Pharmacy. Jeekell Bros. Tailors, 110 north Thtr leenth atreet. David P. Sine, dentist, rootna 42 IS Burr block. 'Sty Club House coffee, none ao good. faUlerft Clifford. 'Imported and domeatlo toilet aoape at ...

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. — 9 September 1893

Saturday Morning Couriet VOLUME 8, NO. 40. WNGOLN, NUBRA8KA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1893. PRIGH FIVB GENT4 f" vr i . )-i K r - 5 n Vsa IN 1 I Wasiii.ioton, Sept. 5, 181)3. Special 2ouini.it Correspondence. Tho Breck inridge family Is one of the most fam ous in tho south. Ita blood flows through tho veins of an oxtcnsWo untl more or less prominent connection in -several states. Tho suit of Miss Pollard for seduction and breach of promise therefore caused n profound nnd wide spread sensation, tyon tiro discussing what effect it will hnvo on Breckin ridge's future Tho founder of the Kentucky fnmily -was John Breckinridge, a scholar, a lawyer and a statesman, who was Jefferson's attorney-general, n United States Benatpr, tho anther of the Ken tucky resohYtiSh'B'of '1798, and who did more, perhaps,,than ahytlnoolsc to frama tho fundamental and statuto laws of tho state. His ancestors had been FrcsbyterianB under Cromwell. W. C. P. Breckinridgo became a colonel in tho confederate army, an...

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. — 9 September 1893

k . , ' 0 V.' 1 t .: ,t muilb ?- ; MMBt-CnvM'l. Tuesday evening Hi 8 o'clock, uttlin reshlonoo of Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Covort, the bride's f nrontu, ai.'M It street, Mlm Amy Covert and Mr. Barnard ,1. Means, of Kansas City, Mo., wcro united In marriage by Rv. W. II. Curtis, or the Flint Preebylerlnn church. Miss Kntlinrlnn Saum, of Nowtmi, In., was nmld of honor. 8ho was very pretty in a toilet of white India silk, trimmed with while laeo. Tho bridesmaid woro Mis Iola Moans, f Kansas City, white silk mul laee-Mls Gortrudo Hill whlta Henri. Hat Miss Mury Green, of Beatrice' white brocaded silk. MIm Marie lllhner and Ml Novh liurr, the flower girls, woro white dotted awls. The bridal party entered tho licnutl tally decorated parlor at 8 o'clock, pre ceded hy the flower girls. Tho ceremony WM performed in HlMiwerof HowoiVwUh Cupid's Iww iind nrrow ovorhanglng. The bride, one of tho most beautiful girls in Lincoln, was cbarmiiiKly attired in h princess oryntal colored allk on train trimme...

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. — 9 September 1893

'mis lvr '')"'WJBPP! "" v "f t THE SATURDAY MOKJVtLVO COURIER yr'yfrrtrrf, .1 4 - . It; ir tf J 1 , r J ' '1 v' 1 "" ., If ' rJ ' THE Fust jhrnw Bw 0 AND TENTH STREETS. Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. OFFICER! "it 8. Haiwoou, President. Unas, a, uansa, ice rresiaeni, & U. Coos, Cashier. f. B. Fbskman, Assistant Cashier. B. l V inhttifuMii ialalaul faalil&a WMBIH 1101 BUNK. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL., $250,000.00. Ofacers and Directors. , John B. Wiiqrt, President, f . K. Handkm, Vie President, J. ft. MrCLAt, Cashier. F. C. Johnson, B. P. Lan. The. CeekftsS. E. R. Hlier, T. W. Lowrey, W. L. Dayton. General Banking Business Transacted. COLLECTION! A BPBCIALTT. per cent o Deposits Paid at the AND 8AFE DEP08IT CO. Cor. P and Eleventh 8U. ThetnfySqfe Deposit Vaults in Lincoln DIRECTORS. teiWeOSJU H. I). Hathaway. J. Z. Brit coe. fieLauhllB. ?l ;. j. Ernst. V.A.Selleck. .o.fi town. i. bUlles. ViHUr. Biter. kWatklns. Henry Veltb. Henry E. Lewis. 1 Wllllana. acfcel Lloyd. 1 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. — 9 September 1893

pj iw tfi ' t' i . M1PMMR PUiLllHID SATURDAYS Bjnn Gouribr Publishing Go. W.aflTON fMITH, IMT0 AND Manas. Hmhm Offlco 12W O Street. I'hone 2M. TBRM8 OW tUMORIPTION TaaCouaiss, 6n jresrln advenes ..WOO Mia atABths.... ........ .1. .... ..i.. lw Mt M(t lit.OiMin Three Month. ,l. .. ..l. .i BO SATURDAY, SEPTBMBER 9, 1893. THKvaro going to orKitniio a now political party out in Colorado. Colo rado'a capability in tho lino of political d n fooliahnoM oxccede that of Ne braska, and jf hat la, nay ing a good deal. i ' ' "' " OtraVmodcat contemporary, tho Call, mm can vaesed the slttintlon and ilrula inns;-ie aiiec-oun jiii p- r ja rautu mora popular than tho morning nowa paper. ' It isn't ithe-time ' of day that make a newspaper popular; it ia what's la It. Tmk Saturday Morning Coukirr started elgKt years ago aa tho Capital layl lapbyTjujCouRian cJM' Mr. Weasel re. Paid :a portion or mo biock ami con tinuing the business management. This week Mr; Weasel disposed, ofhl" lock and retired fro...

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