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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 9 September 1893

fl EEll mhJFm .i" r1tt. 'J' '.,' ' & ifeW .'',WfJ . . '.ft '' 'fv ; 'rV 4 't - Yi w ' " ', vl " l" W f- t ' to' U- fa V 1 v A , cfe- fcTA -- lfcl S- -If t ' f M : r,t. ' ' a ! "w K X" .XT ; 1 .' a .5-5 y&r Wr f- w ? ;wv , fS ,1 J tf ? .' Ki 4 ! 4 :? . ' 4 ,' 5W "' U' A' n v t'J WWfti' I, iV .&! s k Af r fijll 'WpBLD's Pair Guounds, Sept. 7. Special Courier , Correspondence. - X have taken aomsnorfllcsMM inblgh; art, andKaye pr&nsssttVso rapidly that I now.uaderBtakd ths whole outside of the building and all ths figures on It from Victory to Cares and from Jhe tall angels to the little caryatides.. As everybody knows, the Art palace is mora solidly con structed thaa any of the other buildings as it Is to remain here, while the others, with possibly one or two exceptions, are to be removed. It stands on the north shore of the north lagoon, almost exactly in the north centsr of ths grounds and is 830x600 feet in the main, with two annexes, east ern and western, each 120...

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. — 9 September 1893

! nMfl . a ViJii ak ; rt K5SLI zssjjl -Zfi. ft St aryJnBWJiJg'Tr'lnW"WWAy"' BBTSgy i j i nniafiffrttiim V" --,2 WHEN POLLY TAKES THE AIR, A Htlla wicker basket rnlli Along the paxement walk, AM at l ho lht the young and old Begin to laugh and Ulk And wave flr hands ami alases throw And cr "! herwl" "Bee therel" This way It cornear-and all because wtet Poll flakes the alrl TaeMwafcojrirun and shout with glee And follow on behind. The coachman and the footman ksis At If they had a mind Ts do ths same-the rd old priest lands still with solemn tsre, As down the ahsdy avcnus Sweet rally takes I ho elrl Item every window shines a bead Of clustering, golden carl, And every door grow bright with thron Of merry boys nnd glrlu The holler nnd the maid forget To work-as on the tUlr They nee and pry with carious eye Waen Polly takes the air! And all the while sweet Polly ell In dainty gown nnd hat And smiles en one the lores beet- ller pretty Mai teeeeat And softly eeea when patsy porra, wiuwst ...

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. — 9 September 1893

ATITRBAY MbRNING COURIER :a n H a U v ( fm T 'ih WW IS N.w Yoijk, 8ci. (J.- Special Coukikk Corresiiomlenee.- Tim following nro thin week's Important attractions in Now York: Vaudeville nt Tony Pastor's theatre,; "New South" at tho Madison Square theatre; vaudevlllo at Proctor's; Detfolt Hopper ut the Hroadway theatre; vaudevlllo ut the Casino; "Tho Prodigal Daughter" at tho Amorlcan theatre; E. ir. Sothern at tho Lyceum; Bostoa Hon ard Specialty company at I' sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI AIBA HBYWOOD. the Star; "The Hlack Crook" at tho Academy of Music; "Liberty Hall" at the Empiro theatre; "1492" at Palmer's; "Fanny" ut tho Standard theutro; J. K. .Murray in Olen-da.Lough" ut tho Fourteenth Street theatre; Russell's Comedians in the "World's Fair City Directory" ut the llijou theutro. D'Oyloy Curto advises John Stetson that tho new opera, by Gilbert and Sullivan will bo produced at the Savoy theatre in London in No ember. It will be heard in America shortly after, ut whut theatre has not been...

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. — 9 September 1893

,,x q, TRW mtxa? i&K ,- i j-yjiw-,. , r-f J" ' mmmmimm LINCOLN, NBII., BEPTEMRER t) IWV'l noile thai It .ajhra any new in v , "'TIPIIM I'D 1.0. Out 1st, ifiSr IATvIv OT YIB Oa TIIIC BflVLgP HAT NOW IN. W.lt..Dmli fl0 CO, imoatmi.' .MSUiCsarif as Wa t"stoal at TaWtMla New. Bfea-i.i Wiadaer Hotel News Staad, OfttiUl Hotel New Stand. ffiaOtoar Stare, 1010 O St? ' SET&tchM co.. imoit. MeWaNew-a-SttadrUBirSd, lltK St. Obwmiw O-SlltM U8t AreMeBiHUga.att So Uth :b Piirastoredjit.F.E Whl(eWasUosJa5 , Voelkor's. . b j ' I and Llmo Co. Bathhta; caat'tftot'A Pharmacy. ft . AMtea jkUot preparatorloa at Rector's ' JeekeUBros. Tailors, 110 north Thlr mm 'P. Mate, dentist, rooma 42 19 jHurr Moek. ly Club Mouse coffee, noae ao good. IsilierfcQaTerd. Imported and domestic toilet soaps at Itec-tor'a" Pharmacy. Sampson Bisters, artistic dressmaking, 11 N street, over Dureey'- Buffets 'Frmir,'$1.00 per sack. Miller li UWotd.'.'froue'a.'oppoaitn Burr block. Au satire new line of ladies' card cas...

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. — 9 September 1893

is K' -5 u Hi i. t S4' 'Hl,4"t. , , V, M - f 0 . WmmkWkVHk LINCOLN, NEB., BBPTEMBER t) 1BK1 mx; notloa'tM U '. hie mr or pay any debt In S3U MMtUMMaror whienan Hi 'inn oi vmio BWUPttflT NOW INi W. It. Dsntiia Co. 1H7 OSirmi 4 HSWrt- I ! vWN'iCihiIii a B vimad at ItUneaU News SteVmti Wtudawr Hotal News Stand GMtta!. Hotel Newt Stand.' fvTOwkOifW Store. 1010 O St. OtteM,r Matcher eVCo.. lltSO St. Mwre'MNemf St4wl7U8iSu. 11th St. Oma OaNlt4 U8t, CTfWawllfffftfKr Arefcl Knslgn, 217 So lltk St. Flint stored atF. B. Voetkor's. , Whttekreaet Coal and Limo Co. Bathing cajVat Rector's Pharmacy. fy , Altttea iollot proparatorlns at Rector'a lifcmaty, ' JeeMeU.BroH. Tailors, 110 north Thlr filtrW 'P. Www, dentist, rooms 43 i ,Hurr bioek. lty Club House cuffed, none no good, miller Gifford. Imported and domestlo toilet soaps at ItectoVa Pharmnoy. Sampson Sinter, artistlo dressmaking, Ufflfl ereet, over Dorsey's. ' 'Swfilo'Ftmir, 11.00 per sack. Miller A OMrWd,'groeeni, opixttlte Burr block. All...

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. — 16 September 1893

"wpn rj?w?Fr xl . t. Saturday Moaning .a VOLUME 8, NO. 41. bINGOLN, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1893. HRIGH F1VB GENir PP" Courier. i i i JkV. ( I i Washington, Sept. 14,189.1. Special Couiukk Correspondence.--Last winter whon Mr. Cleveland uttered n timely warning against the election of Edward Murphy, Jr., hb United States senator from Now York, muny people accused him of improperly interfering in loenl politics. The democratic state mauhino insisted upon Mr. Murphy'H election, and the subservient members of tlio legislature, with hut few exceptions, obeyed the mandnto of the bosses, and Mr. Murphy was accordingly "branded" as the junior senator from Now York state. How justifiable was Mr. Clove land's warning is now beginning to up ifcur. With his accustomed frankness, it will bo remembered, ho told the demo cratic leaders that Mr. Murphy was not a proper man for United States senator, hut that n man of unusual ability, a man possessing not only a statesmanlike grasp of pub...

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. — 16 September 1893

Saturday Moaning Courier. VOLUME 8, NO. 41. bINGOLN, NIJBRA8KA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1893. PRIGIl FIVB GENdTS h- 1 b Wahiiiwito.v, Sept. 14, 181:i. Special Couitir.it Corrosiondonce. Last winter whon Mr. Cleveland uttered u timely warning against the ejection of Edward Murphy. Jr., tin United States Runutor front New York, many peoplo accused him of improperly interfering in local politico. Tho democratic Htato machine insisted upon Mr. Murphy's election, and tho subservient members of tho legislature, with lint few exceptions, obeyed the mandate of tho bosses, and Mr. Murphy was accordingly "branded" 8 tho junior senator from Now York stato. How justifiable waH Mr. Cleve land's warning is now beginning to ap pear. With Ills accustomed frankness, it will bo romoinbered, ho told the demo cratic leaders that Mr. Murphy was not a proper man for United States senator, hut that a man of unusual ability, a man possessing not only a statesmanlike grasp of public affairs, but also tho po...

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. — 16 September 1893

' W.3 '' A $c tef ' &' 1 SOGML WI The state fair and a wedding of acneral Interest gave some llfo to social circle this week. Turtle to tho state fnlr race are still popular. Thoro worn tho Usual merry companies of young people thhi week. Hut society contlnuen dull and there Ih ho immediate cause for belief that thing will soon mond. Tho world's fnlr will continue to interfero With entertaining until Novomlwr or later, and the husine depression will, i la thought, affect society more nr lew seriously nil winter. Of tho woddlngs In prospect ,uh 1,M,ro are several- fow will occur More Bpring. MelMner-llfl'ne. Ttio miwt notable function of tho week in j6clnl circle was tho beautiful cere mony unltiag ia marriage MIsaMlnnlo DcPuo nml Mr. Geargo L. Molssnor, which occurred at tho renidenco of Mr, and Mrs. O. W. Webster, undo and aunt of tho bride, on J .street, Tuesday ovon lug. Tho bonne presented n Iwnutiful .appearance, being Invlahly docoratod with tropical plant and iloral trimm...

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. — 16 September 1893

wWlPHflpSSWWPB MOKMVUVO COURIER s I c THE FlBST (BTIOIBL BfWF. O AND TENTH STREETS. Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. OWICKMt at. 8. IIahwood, President. Chas. A. IUnna, Vlco President. F. M. Cook, ('ashler. 0. 8. LtrnscoTT, Assistant Cashier, fl, 8. Psxbman, AstMsnt Cnihlor. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITA!, $250,000.00. oncer d Directors. John B. Wrioht. President. T. K. Bandkm, Vica President. J. 11. McClat, C'ashlor. .'1. Johnson, II. P.Lnu, . Thos. Cochran. E. H. Biter. T. W. Lowrcy, W. L. Dayton. General Banking Business Transacted. Collections a Bmxialtt. .per cent on DeoilU Paid at the JBAvinflES Bank AND 8AFE DEP08IT CO. Cor. P and EleTentli SU. The only Safe Deposit Vaulte in Lincoln DIRECTORS. ff.-B. Harwood. Was.' McLaughlin. W. A. Bellcck. C. T. Bona. 6; W. Webster. Albert Watkins. Fred Williams. Rachel Lloyd. II. D. lla'.haway. J. Z. Itriscoo. O. J. Ernst. II. W. Drown. K. O. PhUltpa. K.R. Biter. Henry Velth. Henry E. Lowla. OMAHA'S LEADING HOTEL r 3Di$ Murray. I It A IIIOIIY...

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. — 16 September 1893

I Y m ' r-'- IV . l- r..' it-- 'vj 'It E h . r afURDAYMORNINGCOURIER sr PUBLI8HED 8ATURDAY8 lit Til II GOUKMU PUUUSHING 60. W.MoftTON SMITH, corton ano MMMatn. eHiOnifaUUIOHIroit. Plump 2M. TERMS OP SUBBOniPTION: Om'HlKii, oiio jrcnr In mlvniirn. ,,,.. fj til Mamlhs , ..i .1(11 .Months , . . . IW lilNUOI.K, NUM., BKI'TKMIIfU lit, 1803, WII.I. IIAVi: AN OPINION. Tii pro woro lnil(tHiu1ontH oven hofnro ketimoof Oliver Cromwell, ami thorn wSH Ih) people eiillliur llit'inwIwH Iitiln pwuVuitH until time nilliilcH with otor wSty, untl tlio i'owh eoino lionio to ntuy. Uixlor 11m word Inilopniulcucn him lawm lilrtilon wiuo of t ho immt narrow MMltulJiiotry that oor oxIhIciI. Not atmny, Imt ory often, tho )ieoplu who Veil Uielr IndeKndencu with u capital larolildo hound fuimtlcH, And Inde)endout now npnpmH.UHU rule, amnltlutr eonttuh'iiei'leHHchi'alH, or willy Ly tunxjlinonii or JouriiiillHtluiiuheulllty feat jrnto twaddle In tho place of hoiiho. A nowHpnpor that doenn't atand for MmMliititf...

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. — 16 September 1893

mmaasaa "TFW THB ATUHBAY MOKUVIBfG COURIER CROWDED ALL THE TIME. f 7 !i Hi i I Wi Our Buyers have just returned from market with istocks consisting of HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, GbOVES, CORSETS, HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOAKS and MlkblNBRY, of latest styles nt prices that were never before in the history of toincoln 'heard of. We have received our .Lewis Underwear, and ladies desirious of usintf same would do well to purchase before sizes are broken. We are also agents for Munsing Wool and Lisle Plated Underwear. j. i hi i 1039 O STREET. W. 1). SHIELDS, M. D. PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON. OFHCn. I1J6 0 ST. Residence, 2731 Pear Street. Te'orili(nt 764 e ARE YOU IoOOKING FOR GOOD INVESTMENTS? Then lot tia havo your attontion for a Public Atiction to the highest bidder, on At 2 o'clock p. m., tho choiccRt Real Estnto, consisting of Lots, BIocIcr and Aero Property In this part of the country. Tho univorpul verdict in that Real Estato is tho surest investment that can bo made. That NEBRASKA is tho best fltato ...

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. — 16 September 1893

OraBNl ,TTill AIOIJVIIVC COURIBR V M : ! ,'1 K . in 11 i fi lOiyrllil, IW, liy Charles H. Uwls.l "Sergeant, I llkn to Mtrnk inlt you about jr now Shake," anlrf Mr. Dunilera horn" teml the station house the other day with look of trouble on hU usually placid atmntrnniire. "Very well, do nhrnil," rrnlhil the fnt policeman m he lookol tip from his reports, "Shako he Rwa hy tnt World's fair In Iheecntfo. 1 dean' like him to go, hut naefelw It ha all right, I lf him fcefty atoll Y.uml ha says dot vims plenty, nnd The ha eotnea home It vaaahtiatdcrMmo H ' ha goes all uafcr der world. Shnka rthMHROod boy, uml I llko hlmlohnf a good time. Hero vims a letter he wrltea ma, and 1 doan' timke her quite oudt. Ha aayat '"I gota hrder wker demtrtmi'iit mid leaetUO, nnd I hope you vhlll wik! her to to right away.' "Sergeant, vIim dcro aome poker on x -nlWtlonnt dot fair." "I shouldn't wonder." "Vhell, 1 aend Shako der money, mid It wasn't three day before ha writes me again. Dla vhaa tier letter, t...

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. — 16 September 1893

-,-,., PfPiWWppiPI HSaW&tSJ TSTHmt BBIElUBKSiElli )W wkflni nfT TSBT55r' tl kit bw'Ii"' II? if ft itf K- IHMHS Nkw Yokk, Sept. 12. I8JK1.-Spcclnl Cockier Correspondence- Tho follow ing are tho Imjtortant attractions thin week In New York: Vitudovlllont Tony Pastor's theatre; "Now South" nt tho Madison Square theatre: vaudeville nt Procter's; DoWolf Hopper nt tho Drond way theatre; '"Tho Other Mnn" nt tho Garden theatre; "Tho Prodigal Baughter" nt tho American; B. II. Southern nt the Lyceum; Boston LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbLbbbHeII IDA. IMIXL,1SM. Toward Specialty company at tho Star; "The Black Crook" nt thoAcndemy of Music; "Liborty Hall" nt tho Empire thcatro; "1402" nt Palmer's; -'Fanny nt the Standard theatre; J. K. Murray in "Qlon-da-Lough" nt tho Fourteenth Street theatre; UufsoU'b ComedianB in the"World's Fair City Directory" nt tho Bijou theatre; vnudevillo at Kostor nnd Bial's, Chicago, Aug. W. ISpecial Couhiku Correspondence. "The Girl I Loft Bo hind Mo," entered ujkhi it sixte...

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. — 16 September 1893

IriUKSdH " .. i ,, THE SATURDAY MOKIlSGr COURIER ill 111 HR 1 1 HE ".: Cfi ' .if ,. v R , ' .S tnv u.fc. iV-. . I o t SPEClAb SALE MONDAY, SEPT. 18 , rf ;., v ,;jj nL. J. -A.. DORSEY liai-usra iv street. ain!ifji IB 16, 1893. SATURDAY, SEPTBMBEK fti Nut Ice. o unclcriltninl lioroby itlvrt no atlertMneti nerney aivro nouco uint . t bo rwmnlblo for or jny an by employes, except tliono for i mnnnaiuio lor or twy but two in- nmpl von L.l.imn.r.t! Lincoln, Nas., May 1st, 18). atHul hv nmnlnVM. nxci rder 1 siren Dornmnlly lenoU by It. TliU w lilcli nn (,'OUKIBH TUB. Co. iivXv styib op riiE0 Chnrllo known nn himself light, walk. Duvies of Chicago bottor the "Pnrmm" hna declared the Corbott and Mitchell Ho nays Corbott will win in u But whnt DnvleB prophesies docs on PUIPPffl NOW K. K V-, 1 VIT. R. JO3Mi dto Co. 1J37 0 Street. Til Courier can H Found at Hotel Lincoln News Stand. Wlndaor Hotel News Stand. Capital Hotel News Stand. P -a Dude Cigar Store, 1030 O St. M, Young, 1307 O St. Claeou...

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. — 23 September 1893

" fRft '"M'9m 'If s 3 i Saturday ing Courier. VOLUME 8, NO. 42. WNGOLN, NBBR ASK A, 'SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1893. 3! FRIGIi FIVB 6t:NT6 Moim Y a. 11 Washington, Sept. 20, 1893. Spoolul CouutKK Correspondence. In connec tion with tho Brcckinridgo-Pollurd ciibo, I hoar that Mr. Brccklnrldgo's counsel is getting assistanco of tho most active kind in tho putting together of his counter allegations from curtain Wash ington ladles whoso jealousy and ill-will Miss Pollard has in somo way aroused, and who are now eagerly seizing tho opportunity of doing her ull tho harm in their power. Not satisfied with their own personal efforts to help tho Brock inridgo caiiflo along, tho individuals in question uro also voluutonring, in tho most gratuitous manner possible, tho names of any of their acquaintances who, according to their idea, could and should throw light on tho pant career of Miss Pollurd. I havo boon told recently of several ladles that havo been applied to for information in tho matte...

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. — 23 September 1893

4 S TJHB SATURDAY MORNING . COURIER V a r P. LlV M' V i I 1 REED Of M HKclnl Oorrenponilenep. Wabminoton, Sent., Ul.-Tlioro in notli WAHHIWVTON, BOllI., ai, HlOrt) III Willi ing In congrcM like cx-8pcakcr Reed ad- dreatlng the houso. It la a thing from .1.1 i. .n.ti. 0...1 -... tk- J7ll"l I . XZZ LmtZ I ' m,l forretllko eyes and little rUtcr who sees the house of reprcscnta- rmko ,( lmpoM,bleto Urea with any other of the M mem- mtltakehl. Clad In hia towsaUeev bera on the floor gets on view of tho eralalaea too big for him, there is a re American house of repreeentatlyee. The niniet of tho sawdust ring and the big visitor who sees the house with Tom ' wauted clown scattering jokes around Read on hia feet gets another view. A Mi mtonUhlng the multitude by doing historical painter prciK the houso M the tricks of the experts, on his canvas would find it necessary The speech of Mr. Roed is peculiar to to change tho features of overy member felmnclf and Inimitable. He never uses to depic...

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. — 23 September 1893

3C3H rwrwr;WTvFwniivrvT THK SATURDAY AAOfttKISirGr COURIBK " ' ',M .' t R W MIS The female form is pretty well put to gether. It isn't ii Blight and flimsy thing liable to como th pieces any minute. This is one of a variety of thoughts that occurr to tho spectator of tho modern feminine "split'' dance, which is an exhibition of anatomical possibilities that has proved sufflcicntlly alluring to call for its introduction into nearly all clai-see of theatricals. kHRbbHH O I AC 12 AJIVIA. ISAHCIIC. Oaly four of the five fomalo dancers awl-, OlAtAlnttf1'a frtrttviaiwklst BnnikOVOtl of I VIIU VIvlVIQIIU Wf iiiiiiRiitin via , t tho Lansing Thursday night tho other one was sick. But theso four did enough kicking and splitting for an army. The "split" that was given was no sham. It was genuino and it wub moro than a yard wide. The young women came down kerplunk on tho stage with their limbs in o posito directions, and instead of coming to pieces they sat there and smiled. tp one can witness ...

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. — 23 September 1893

THB m AIMJWUD X JWIOIMfINO COURIER vh 7. LK Kt HMfiin PUBLISHED SATURDAYS nt TMN GOURIliR PUBLISHING GO. W. Morton Smith, ioitos ano manaom. Huslnr Olllco ISU O Htrcct. Phono 2M. TlrlMt OP SUMORimONl Tub Covataa, one year In advance 8 01) HI Months. ... ThrwiMontl W LimioiJi, Nkii,, PKPTr.Miir.ii 3.'), 1803. a TIIK COUNTY T1CKKT. Tho kindcruarton convention noinl natod u kindergarten ticket. Composed to a largo extent of young men who aro Identified with tho heBt olomont in polities, and dividing tho honor between tho city and tho coun try, tho ticket la ono that appeala to tho voters of tho county with particular force. Tho candidates aro rcllablo, compotont men, who can bo dopendod on to per form tho dutlen of thoofHcca to which they naplro. It ia in many renpueta tho beat county ticket over nominated, and republicuna should bestir thomsolvca and see that it ia supported aa it deserves to bo ut tho polls. It la especially incumbent upon tho young men In tho party to promoto tho su...

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. — 23 September 1893

THB SATURDAY AftOKKXBtG COURIER A i'. i , v t - -1 .j o Or. John Eriklne, a well known Scottish divine, wm remarkable (or hit simplicity of manner and gentle temper. lie returned to often from the pulpit Blnus hid pocket handkerchief that Mrs. Xnklne at last began to suspect, that the handkerchiefs were stolen by some of the old women who lined the pulpit stairs. So both to balk and detect the culprit she tewed a corner of the handkerchief to one of the pockets of his coattails. Halt way up the stairs the good doctor felt a tug, whereupon he turned round and caaght hold of the hand of the guilty old woman, saying, with great tenderneaa and simplicity! "No' the day, honest woman i bo' the day. Mrs. Ersklne has aewed it In." Span Momenta, Making a Bargain. Ona de Smith Your charge for palling that tooth is CO cents? Dr. Molaryanker Yes, that's the regular prloe. "Here is dollar bill." "I can't mako tho change. What do you aay to 'pulling another tooth for the change?" "No, I thank you...

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. — 23 September 1893

4MU0 mJkXXDAlt MOMN1NO COUM10M rf.vn t ' ' Vn HI I I IT I li 1 i IM Omaha llnarta In Lincoln. Tin Unjoin Light Infantry enter, talm-d Hie Onaha Guard Saturday nlsjhf at a Imll at Lincoln ark. Aftnr U' I'hH" thorowaBanolultorafo 1wiNiirt at tho K. P. hull. Mr. Rlclianl O'Neill nMitlatrxl a toast-master. The Aral loasf. waa "Our Guests," by Caftalti C'ampMI, of tho Llnmln Light inranuy. fcaitlatn'Miilftml "I0 '' U"' ,0H"1 "Tha Omaha Guards." After iiihbU' ly tho Lanslnir theatre .nrrl.ltH. Mr. CD. Million, iireaiiioni of the Lincoln Light Infantry, dismissed 'Hwlal Feature of tho L. L. I. Mr. V, .1. vCoitfrovo Broke "' "Th JlQtnqMilim the Capitol.' Mr. Hayiloit Meyer aang, ami Lleuton juhIW. 11. Ten Kyok, of Omaha, fol lowed, -aiataklng to the subject, "The Imw Defended by tho IJayonol. "Darken! Africa" was dlseuwed by Mr. Jamea l'Vrgueon. Mr. Frank 8. Hurr gave an Irlah ver. aloo of the atory-cf Payld and OollBth. Mr, Will O'Rhoa entertained the com iwny with a clover exhibition of l...

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