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In tin lmt Inmiic of Tin: ('ormr.H
Hiiiiu oritlcUiu wiim Iik1ii1j,mm1 as to tin
unliitiM'cstliiir nature of tlio jiiim'immI
lii(ji of tlio iMirriMit .oxslonxif tlio li'W
lutiuv. It was prolialil.v not due t that
Honii'wliat fai'timiH ci-tlii'lsm that, in
the niultoi' of Inti'Pfst, thore was u
startling ivvlvul ilurlni; tho past week.
On Thursday a I'liimiiitlco of attorneys
to whom had heen roforrod a lot of
testimony tatun by foinnilttoi's of tho
li''lslatnro bi'aiinjr on tlu adintnlstra
tlon of statu institutions, reports itH
Undines, which wort1 to tho olTi'ct that
tho wtuto has boon systoinatloally plan
dorod for years past by tho oout motors
who have, boon fnrnisliinj,' supplies-os-peolallj
relating to the ooniluot of af
fairs in conducting the insane hospital
and the penitentiary in this city. Tills
report promises to make of the pro-cut
so.-sion one of the nio-t intcu-cly inter
ostium over hold since tho days of
Governor Hntler's impeachment, or
more Interesting than any ecs-lon ever
held in this state, as it recommends
Impeachment proceedings ii).'aiiist Sec
retary of State John V. Allen, Attor
ney CJoiioral Ha-tln's, Laud Commis
sioner Humphrey and ex-Treasurer
Hill, cliaritiK' them with malfea-aiieu
in otlluo. It (loelaros further that evi
dence is at hand to warrant such pro
ceedings and tho lllliitf of suits to re
cover from these olliolals and con
tractors for supplies under them the
money of which, it alleges, the state
has been plundered. All of this testi
mony has not been made public, but
some of It has found Its way Into the
public prints, and it is of such a tenor
as to load to the conclusion that (or
haui K. Kelts, now in jail await ino; trial
for alleged frauds in tho sale of coal to
tho asylum, Is a martyr us compared to
the boncllciarles of some of tho lily
frauds that have been perpetrated
npiiinst tho state. This investigation
business is decidedly a wholesome pro
cess, and all f,rmd cltlens want to seo
it ro on. 1'eoplo have lonjj suspected
that tho state was lwlnj; robbed for
years past. Now their suspicions have
been strengthened by the lindins of a
coiumltto of lawyers acting as a legis
lative tribunal. They are naturally
anxious to have tho Inquisition yo on,
to tho end that tho innocent may be
exonerated and tho guilty punished, if
any there be who are guilty. Jet it be
undcr-tood that punishment will surely
follow ollleial corruption, but let it
come as a matter of justice and not as a
source of political capital for any politi
cal party. All are Interested alike In
preserving tho revenues of the state
and the honor of its ollioinU. The taint
and general suspicion of corruption
that continually hedges about every
state olllclal and clings as a stench
around the state house corridors should
be at once ellectually wiped out, and
tho state liou-o walls placarded with
emphatic declaration- that corruption
will not Iw tolerated. u i llort is bo
inu made to implicate numerous ok-ollleiul-i,
jiud a proposition is made to
extend tho investigation back Into
former administrations. 'Flu? current
session promise- to be sulUeiently in
teresting, thank you, ere It i over.
At last tho contract for the west O
street viadiwt has been let to n .Mil
wuukeo bridge building company and
work thcreou will undoubtedly -non lu
t,'in. It will bo a rciit luiproveiiu-nt.
and idtleiis generally approve tlu- ac
tion of tho-e couucilmeji who have
worked to have it built. It 1- true
that tho term- upon which it is built
are not decidedly advantageous to the
city, aud In in years to come, perhaps
when most of the present ;.'cnorntlo;i
hae atsed hence, the burden inllictcij
upon tho city by the acceptance of the
terms of the railway companies will
brin;,' down malidictious upon the
heads of the present e!t, council. The
sole maintenance of that viaduct is
bound to prove a heav, burden, aud
entails an c.pouo the contemplation
of which, together with a realization of
the fact that they have e-caped any
futuie responsibility, must ullord the
railway oltleials eou-idorable satisfac
tion. Hut the people wanted a viaduct
at any cost, and dnl not -top to peep
too far into the futuie. Any council
man who did not favor accepting the
proposition would hae been court
inj: tho severest orilieisin. It is to
be regretted that in tinallj awarding
tho contract for the building the coun
cil should have 1 dulged in an un-eom-ly
squabble that led to a suspicion of
boodle. There Is no question that
oitliur one side or the other 'His -abject
to undue inlluences. Tho pro
posed viaduct will bo of stool, or iron
nuil stono piers, with paved roadway
and plunked walks ulong ouch sldo. It
will bo 1,700 foot lone;, reachiiif,' from
Eighth street wont to Third street, and
the central roadway will be twenty-live
feet wide, exclusive of the sk-foot
walks. At Third street one approach
will lie north on that street, and an
other will come In from tin-west. The
contract price is about KI.I00, but tho
cost will undoubtedly run beyond that
People mav reasonably take with
sooral graii s of allowance most of tho
damaging statements now being elreii-
lated concerning a good many citizens
of tills city. An examination of the
olllclul ballot to be used in the coming
election will disclose the fact that the
gontlomcn w lioso names ofteuost ap
pear in those impassioned personal at
tacks are printed thereon, so, there
fore, if your house is robbed or your
horse stolen or your henroost sacked,
it will hardly pay you to have one of
these gentlemen arrested on suspicion.
Ho may not 1h) tin; tliicf, and If lie is
lie may bo able to fasten tho guilt upon
the other follow. The alleged fact
that a man is a liorsotbief, tlnig. black
log, robber or falsillcr. when demon
strated in the heart of a political can
vass, may not lo safely taken as proof
that he Is not always a consistent and
conscientious Christian and a gentle
man in every respect.
Citizens who have moved since last
fall's registration of voters, and liae
not secured tho enrollment of their
names in their now precincts, can do
so today. And they will llnd it no
child's play. Tho man who was not
registered last fall has simply to go to
the registrars in his precinct, submit to
tlie prescribed inquisition and have his
name duly enrolled, but ho "ho was
registered and has moved into another
precinct don't preserve so easily his
right to vote, lie must llrst go to tho
registrars of tho precinct from which
lie moved, submit to a course of ques
tions aud secure a cortlllcate. Then
he must carry this to tho registrars In
his now precinct aud have ills name
duly enrolled. Tho man who-o time
docs not usually hang heavy on his
hands nftou linds it hard work to keep
in line with tho new-fangled ideas of
what American citloiwhip mean.-,.
There promises to be a larger vote
cast by the ladies tills year on members
of tho board of education than ever be
fore. It lias heretofore been supposed
that only Indie-who had children of
school age or who paid taxes in their
own names possessed the right to vole.
A decision of the attorney general and
the state superintendent of public in
struction, however, is to tho oiled that
the wife of a man who pays taxes is
also entitled to vote, probably upon Un
equitable theory that she is a joint
owner in the property taxed.
A woman's appetite is said to bo u
conspicuous us hor desire-, l!efore t he
world she nibbles daintily at a cheese
Hindu loh, and in the sacred silence of
tho pantry she cats pork aud bean
with a tablespoon and wipes oil her
cherry lips with tho dish elotli. A new
amusement has been introduced that
will woi-k a betruyal of her deception.
It Is known list he progressive pie party,
J he game is given in the dining room,
and the players sit down hungry. The
pie is brought in and the couple .start
i ith'g- The couple finishing llrst
gets a credit inai'K, ami tlie winners of
four rounds of pie iuo presented with a
souvenir spoon. The booby prize is a
turnover made of leather. The game
Is growing in pnpuhwJty aud pie found
cries are adi ei tlsiag lheir wares in a
i.e. peopie Muoiieiievi ill ai loasi a
sen.hlance of eUort to enforce the law
reguUtlng tlie lawless element r-I.
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Illelllber that tills quo Ion do 'Mlot
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inayor. n is iinporiani tiiot two men
who will not turn the city over to tlie
' lawless ami lawbreakers be placed up
on the excise board. Messrs. F. W.
Mrown and A. 10. Hargreaes ju-o men
w no can no i-oiien upon to -ee tin- law-
eiitorccd in a manner that w I be a
element will prevail for two year-
nforccd in a manner that will hi
With all duo respect to the deluded
men and women who embrace the.
faith of the Christian Mcientists, this
occult belief seems to bo iu disfavor,
Wi'liiu the past few das one faith-1
healiiig sceiitist has taken down his
sign, ami shadows of doubt hover over
his household. He was a middle aged
gentleman, who was sensible in many
tilings, hut utterly demented on tho
subject of Christian Science. His
wife was a good woman and did not
take tho palnn to either verify or ills
provo tho mystic Ideas of her husband.
Hut she became sick. as all good w men
may, and her husband insisted on con
vincing her that his theories wore well
founded. He prayed font ally, lint
Ills wife became worse eery hour. A
day had pas-cil, and although tho
prayers wore numerous, the good
woman was actuality sullorlug, she
pleaded with him to scud for a doctor.
lmt he refused. Finally when she
could endure the facet no longer he
imiminone.l a neighbor ami a physician
soon had Iter around again. Hut the
sign is torn from its hinges, and
domestic discord reigns in the family
of one misguided faith healer.
Lincoln is comparathcly free from
dudes and oilier vermin lmt now aud
then one w ill laid and hlos-nui out until
withered. It takes a good deal of real
pure nerve to pose as a full-Hedged
swidl of the howling t Nancy species.
Therefore one of these things attracts
no little attention when it appears
upon our public thoroughfares without
a chaperon or conservator. Durlugtlie
pleasant weather this week twoaestlio-
1 1 j 1
tic youths strayed out I rem the Hotel i which is saW to hac iiceu the lady's
Lincoln taking tlieh-can s with them, little daughter. Finally the gentle-tlii-v
weie in an aiuui'-i at hurr and man f mini htmclf follow Iiil' the nerson
id id not look when- they w.-ie 'going
and -non collid. d with disastious re -
suits. They caught on in (.raee.i-
.Hoinan fashion and will nowheronti I
. to the hospital for a time.
The stranger who should drop down
In'o Lincoln without liivt having lieard
of it- numerous militury neadtii.ies
would certainly be .startled to note fie
number of uniform-to ho seen at any
time upon the public streets, .lust
IV lmt Useful tnll-llo-.,, tlio mi.ilnt-ii mill.
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L.,.1no,uy s not apparent to tlie ca-ual
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tliev all seem iletui'lllllliid t
b im- it
The day will i ertaluly i-uiiu' wl.cii the
goieruiuoiji will ho asked to assiiuc an
espionage over these uiiaature m-Iio ils
of ,if aud exercise ji 111, .f.il p ,,.y in
their euciiliragellll-ut. There is lio
question that to hundreds of thought-
' M1i lHM)1)le the Hiou.M.t ..f -,.. I ... ,i .."..' ,, Vi i
unnii, i, iiiinn.t in.. villi. .ii,i.. i. .... y i .i ..
pupil- is ,iiiuo-i lucxpncnnmc. I i ac. - h . . ot uiietil m or u i' lie -'it inn
ful ambitions se.m to such inuu,e
much more consistent with the te.u-h-
ings or clirislianity aud the Ainer.cni
spirit of progi ess. Hut to the pe ipl.
t li - siglit of tho crowds of young men
in blue and brass buttons is not by am
moans an unwelcome one, an'i the
more of them that can bo soon ln-re tl
The Huiiington is preparing to lead
another material march of improve
ment in wostei n travel. It is prepar
ing io esiamisn an aii-i'iiiiinau car
train running on fast time from
Chlcugo to Denver- such a train as no
wostern road lias yet olTored its
patrons. A nowvlnss of Improved en-
glues has boon ordered especially for i
this train and are now being distri
buted along tl.c Hun. Tills train, it Is
understood, is to lie known as tho Den
ver limited aud will comprise only Pull
man and baggage cars.
An amusing story is related concern
lug a somowhat'Ludioroiis blunder com
mit t -d by a w'oll-known professional
man of Lincoln up at r'ullcrlou a few
days since. Tit's story involves a physi
cal failing concerning which the gen
tleman Is extremely sensitive, but the ( winter lias thoroughly disgusted thorn
result is so extremely laughable that - even the nio-t ardent friends of No
lie can hardly fail to forgive a recital brasiui. The unfailing regularity with
of tlti-facts hero, especially as long as
his name is wllliheld. The gentleman
referred to Is very-near sighted. Ho
was in Kullortnn at tho time to deliver
a lecture and a lady acquaintance, a
member of his church, bad Invited him
to her homo to dinner. She was to
scud for him li tim for tho meal.
She did so, nmUtlie gentleman started
for the Iioiiso following his guide,
I abend of hhii into a house. lie nollci d
' that the welcome extended him was
not a-, oordJAl as h had rca-tuu to ex
pect but there was nothing discourte
ous in Hut lireatuient ace irded him and
he sat for (wo hours and talked to the
head of tbti'fainllv before tho susniclon
fastened Itiolf upon him t .at there must
, Ma inistaUjKiint'whoro. Fiunlh In-was
oonvinced in his own infix! Hint he Mis
(looimuJ nn In etnor iiiatiliiiucr wnicii,
lie h ii befii Informed, was rondv w 'icii '
he stiirtoiljfuiul round courage to cauti-
oils v i-omnrk lo i s lost: can l he
m i -taken, 'can 1?
dinner with M
1 proiuised to take
. - . JIue I
i-oin - to tho wrong place
a i doubt
the imnoi'tuiiiible Hi nigh
w hi loriii'jjhost replied: "Ve-. sir, I
gu '-s you niutt liav m ule a mistake.
.Mr- ' Hvim riglit over there."
inititin' lhn ii alio ii" ir by It is al
lli" t pilnTui t roll "t up m the lluel
In.'s of tlnii L'nc ilu g.'iitloin in at that
m ..iieiit. -Hi iv.ili. -d that siiii'oae
II ' -m, Ol' WlliilU 'I' or U ' lie ' H
dinner thf.t day, U a t reiat. d.
L'ncolnMs to have another college
soon 'J'ho lierman Lutherans will
hllid it.nipoll 11 site recently -elected
sniiie libit a lice Milllh of the Western
Normal college, and tin -iivi I railway
company' has already hi gun an exten
sion of lth Hawthorne line toward the
new college site.
Church Howe has not been able, in
tho language of tlio illustrious Sam
Kldor, "to'do much loglslutln"' for tlio
past two weeks, us ho bin boon laid up
In IiIh rooms at the Lincoln communing
softly with a ouo of rhemi utlsin. '
Within Hie past week be has i oiorodlablo to carry out any obligation uiailo
sulllcientH to get down stairs on
crutches, and those who mot him
would have hardly realized the icuso
for Ills complaisance but for Ills pro
olTei'ed osplauation Hint "legislators
are now working overtime, for which
they draw no pay."
All who liae for years boon hanging
persistently to the argument that No
liraska's winter ellmale js among the
lluost are ready t lot go. The past
which each halting promise of genial
spring has boon chased away by a snow
storm to give place to two or tin
days of easperatingly dlsagi able
weather has weakened the faith of all
in the pleasure and hoalthfuliioss of the
lln- l.lnriilii riilli-i;i of .'Mu-lr licit ii I.
The Liucolu'follcgo of Music olood
a very successful Winter term, aud
will open Its spring term April Mrd
with lnci-i used numbers. The stud
ents second recital will lie held on
Tuesday April lltli at V. M. C A.
hall, to which Invitations or tickets
can be had free by applying at tho
olllcc, I truce Hulhllug. Persons con
templating talcing a musical course
should not fall to call at the college
olllee before malting an engagement
elsewhere. Professors l-'rank, Irvine
and others of the faculty are worthy
of the success that lhc have met with
In tho short time they liae been with
us In their honest endeavor to make
tho school the best In tho city. Tho-e
interested in lilllsio should attend the
recilal Tuesday, April 1 1 Hi.
sniiii'iiiiiiL' riiic in oiuii-Ki (iiiiiii..
Tho Hlrshbergor Optical Co. of St.
Louis, one of the most successful and
Iwst known Institutions of its kind in
tho country, Iiiih, placed Its Lincoln
Hgoncy In tho hand of Kugono liiiletl,
tlie Hleventli street jeweler. An ex
pert optician will soon visit this city to
start the business, after which the com
pany will have another professor here
to make visits of a week at a time. The
high standard of the company and the
popularity of their agent hero will win
a largo practice.
If you enjoy dancing go toyourdrug
gist and get a bottle of Positive Corn
Cure, which Insures comfort.
No such line of canned fruits in tlie
city as shown by W. A. Collin .v Co.,
I i:i South j:ieenth street.
For new carpets. ourtuiiis.drnpcrios line
linens, new e.ipos, cloaks, kid gloves,
milJiliety, etc., see ilerpleslieimer .V
White Mowing machine.- at "us South
Klovonth hi reot.
.. S. C.illick, Fashionable Tailor.
Latent nocelties In gentlemen's spring
goods, (jillick still enters to tlie wants
of the public. ( -'all on him and bo
sillied. HUH o street. it'KUll 10.
l-'all lino of artist's materials at Lin
coln I 'rami- ami Art company's, '.'211
Smith KloM-iith sti (.
When you want prompt erice aud
rair treatment ami tlie selis-tlon from
I he largest stock nf gri cries in Lin
coln call on W. A. Collin ,V Co., sue -
cesser.-, to .1. Miller. 1 CI Mouth LloM-nlh
L A. II im-t.'.id i- selling W.
! ruinous i. made to measure
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' faction guaranteed. Llndell
Call on the '. 'lining Class ,v I'aini
Co., soullieast corner Twelfth ami M
streets, for all kinds of glass and high
guide paints. i
Halter's niai-Ui t :JIi North Tenth'
ft red. Lincoln-s old reliable uiark.-l. is ,
where ladies should c-.ll for l l.oli-i.,...ii
,,,.,,.,.B, Tolopboiie orders over No. Hhi
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1st, n Minis IU ami
In Mrs. ( iosM'-'s hair goods dep.n-t-
nii'iit you will tiiid all tlie latest head
ailoi'iimi uts. Hair tin s-ing by com
petent III lists
Frames, frame-, frames, of eii
'M'l-iptloii at Lincoln Frame and Art
c. mpany'-. 'it Smith ilh venih street,
lino'- 'I III-'
We oiler One lluiidicd Dollars He
ward for any case of i 'atari h that can
not be eurod by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. .1. CH 10NF.Y .V CO., Props., Tole
We the uudorslgui-1, have known I-
Ll. Cheney for tho last 1.1 years, and be-
lloo him perfectly honorable In all
business lrnniietlous an I llnanelallv
by their linn.
West , Triuit, Wholc-iilc Druggists!,
Waldliig. Kliinan ,v Marvin. Wholo
sale DrugglslM. Toledo, ( ),
IIiiII'h Catarrh Cute is taken Inter
nally . acting directly upon tho blood
mucous surfaces of the system. Prion,
"' e. per bottle, tf'ilil by all druggists:.
O.iIiik In (Jell llllollli--,,
Owing to the fact Hint our store Iiiih
1 a -old ami will be torn down to
make room for a new building and not
being able to secure another central
location, wo lino ' decided to closo
out our entire Hue of ladles', iiioii'h,
boy "s. nils-i's' and children's shoos at or
below cost. We must give possession
within sixty days and therefor thla
"(Joining Sale." All goods have boon
marked down regardtossof cost and our
salesmen have I n Instructed to sell
llieui at any price to close thorn out.
Our now lino of beautiful spring foot
wear lias Just been received and aro all
included in this sale. Ho sine ami call
before purchasing elsewhere at
Ladles will llnd pleasure In an ex
amination of those artistic "Japan
ottos" at tho Hon Marehe, lli.'lll O
Strawberries, water cress, California
encumbers, spinach ami all fresh goods
as the season advances, at the "tiood
Faster kid gloves In all the newest
and most elegant shades aro being of
feiod today at Hindi K'olin's, Funko'ss
opera house block.
All suburbanites are welcome to tho
desk ami stationary, provided by tho
Hon Marcho, li'M O street.
I "?il lrr w"t-;Mip
!):. W. L. D.iylon, oculist and aurlsL
No. ILIIIIO street, Lincoln, Neb.
Mrs. W. K. Gosper's now spring
stock of millinery, the llnest in the
city. Is now complete.
Miss Anna Dick, Modiste, cor. Iltii
and I'sts., over Lincoln Savings bank.
ICC. linking Powder, ii ounces for
ii cents. Absolutely pure. Have you
Mrs. McOlavo and M"i-h. lOiisiuinger,
lino dressmaking, li'(S O streot.
Mrs. Mcl-'aiiand, profemluiiiil nur-e,
ill South Kh-voiiih street.
t'.yi' nuil Cm sm ki-iiii.
Dr. V. L. Day ton, oculist and aurist
No. iai.'IOntreet, Lincoln, Nub.
ICC. Making Powder, ii ounces for
ii cunt-. Absolutely pure. iiuo you
I :rkd it?
I "The Host" Laundry, 22(S O street,
i telephone .17' . II. Town-end A Co..
' proprietoi-s. Lincoln, Noli.
I Mis-Malsd Morrill, tlie well known
i artist, is again at her studio, room .1
i Web-tor block, whole she will bit
pit a-ed to execute orders in pastel arid
I oil paintings. Losmhih given.
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' ' l,,,r ,,u hl,,1,, """ni,h
ami typewriter. orrespondenoo, law
, work, and a.l kinds of shortdiaud win k
1 1" iptly and neatly i-M-cutcd. IlltlO
stieet. Telephone iVt.
I Latest novelties in Sluing Milliiierv .
1 the lliiesi in the city. Caldwell Sister's.
os mi mill Kiev. -nth street.
Mrs. II H. Demurest. Hnir Dre-mg
ami Manicuring, room WMirJ, n,
Ml own block. I -"Ol O street.
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"' " 'I' alway s llnd a full supply ,.r
rr.-sli fruits and logatllblosat W. A.
( ""l" A l'"'s stoie, lt.'l South Klovonth
, '"" l'
Alintlii-r ca-e of those ehguut
IJiIiImiI laidles' Vests at the Mi n
Miirche, litno btreet.
Town t ul k tlie pretty Cassluieie-f,.
Iioy sold nt Kk a yard by the It,.
Muiehe, I'.'.'t'i O -trod.
For hou-.-hnld, lloor. carriage and a'
kinds nf palllts. . lis mill brli.li...
inw hiiing (Mass a Paint in
south, list eoi nor Twelfth and M streets
llerMilhbeiiner ,v Co's. new shoe de
part meiit will bo open next week.
New millinery at Horpolshelinor &.
Dome-tic sowino- machine ut ''ilv
J South lOlovonth street.
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