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GOIMIBR PUBLISHING GO.
W. MOIITON SMITH,
DCMAN C. FOX,
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Lincoln, Ni:ii., l)Mir.Miir.n 'SI, IBM.
A IHIMOOIIATU" MllllNl'MAN.
Monday will I'" CliilwtmiiH, mitl It will
l,o tlio IIihI K'iiuiin ilomiiorulli' OlirlHt
tmiH vvn luivt. Iiml I" .?'' '""' ',,,,,H'
When tlio lliiiincliil i1oii'HhIoii lltwt
imiiiio on liiHtMpriiiK tlioro wiih no m-noiiil
illHMwltlon to fHlci tlio u'miihIIiIIIIJ
tltoroftir iiKin tlio il.-iiiouriitliJ party; !"
im tlino piiBHwl iiml ilt'iiiooriilli) ilallyliir.'
Willi llm roponl llll,liKKlK wearily
hIoiik for inonlliH, whi'ii iIooIhIvo action
outfltt to liuvo liwn taken in n cotiplo or
wi-oUrt ill tlio fartlicHl, uvo plaeo to
tloinoerntlu ilovilimmt with tlio Intlim
trial IntorofltH of tlio country, In tlio
formation or tlio WIIhoii taillT lilll.lt Iiiih
boon ntailo iiiohI dourly mnnlfoBt that
tint tloinocratlu party Ih tho dhout cuuho
of tlui hunt tlmoH from vvltioli tho conn
try Ih now milrorlnn. ami that tho ilomo
cratlo parly nlonu hIiiuiIh In tho way or a
rovlval of bvuilnoHH ami tlio return or
So thai tho coming ClirlHtimm, which
will bo obHorvoil In norrow In tlimmmiilri
of luimi'H liiHtcad of boliitf colobratotl
with joy, will boa kuiiuIiiu domociatio
Throat of domocratlo Intorroronoo
with tho llnanolal Hyotom of tho country
ilotrojol public conllilonco; tho ilolay
of tho domocratlo coiijjiohh in pmwlui!
tho ropoal bill mmlo tho people utill
nioro dlHtniHtfnl, and now when tho now
tarllT bill, which Ih neither Hull nor fowl
nor tfood rod burring. lt which dooH
monaco tho indiiHtrlal IntoroHtH of tho
nation, Ih promulgated, It Ih neon that
tho domocratn, not content with tho
hurilHhipH thoy havo alroady ImpoHod,
nro dolorinlnod to proHocuto their nvll
work Htlll furthor, and tulio tho broad
from tho inotitliH of mlllioim of workliur
inun who aro now earning a bare mib
slBtonco in fuctorloH that aro mnnlng
from day today to till ocattoring order.
More than a million wtirltingmon aro
out t employment in thin country to
day. They aro Idle because tholr em
ployee niv afraid to manufacture goodn
with tho wagofl inado posniblo by a pro
tective tarllT that thoy maybe compelled
to nail in a few montlm time, under a
low tarllT or froo trade, and tliono un
employed will celebrate u democratic
Tho democratic party has made a
ChrlHtmuH gift to tho people, or rather a
worloR of glftH. It liim destroyed conll
ilonco, undermined credit and paralysed
Industry. It him Hhrlvollod tho value of
securities, forced vast enterprises into
bankruptcy, closed tho doom of mills
and shops, and turned an army of men
into paupers who must needs sloop in
the street and subsist on tho setups
thrown out by charity. These aro tho
Christmas giftB of tho democratic party
to tho people. Those aro thingH which
will nmko tho coming Christmas a dis
tinctively democratic Christmas.
Ik tho coming anniversary celebra
tion at tho state university Ih in keep
ing with tho accomplishments of that
institution in its brief existence, it will
bo a very important occasion.
A lIll.VlUTAIIl.i: SI'lltlT.
Lincoln is to bo congratulated on tho
fact that there is so little actual b u tier
ing in this city. It la believed that wo
havo much less than our share ot the
destitution that is now to bo found in
And it is a fact that never before lu
tho history of tho city has tlioro boon
such a charitable spirit manifest among
those who aro able to render valuable
assistance in caring for tho jioor. Per
haps it is because tho prevailing hard
times have brought these things to pub
lic uttoutioti in a more forcible manner.
Hut it is certain thut thuro is a wide
spread disposition to relievo whatever
BUtTcring there may bo, and charity is
Booking deserving cases in many diller
And right hero is ouo defect that ot
lack ot organization. Individual and
unsystematic giving is ofteii times in
effectual, and it frequently happens
that uid is bestowed where it 1b least
deserved. So far as possible whatever
relief measures thut aro adopted should
bo centralized. Tho sumo amount of
nmnov or iroods will go u grout deal
further und do much more good if dis.
ponBod systematically uud by those who
are thoroughly intonneu man u scat
tered iudlBcrlmlnutely by Individuals.
There will bo a considerable number ot
fumllles during tho wiutor thut will need
BBBiBtauco, mid more or less destitution
to bo relieved, und It would bo a good
plan If prompt uction vvoro tuken to
effect un orguuizutlon that would cover
the entire Held, receiving contributions
from all sources, and affording relief in
a systematic manner whom It Isaclually
needed. Thorn nro plenty or people
who mo willing to render aid, mid if the
work Is systematized tlioro will bo no
trouble in caring lor every deserving
cane the number of applicants for to
Her is comparatively small.
Tho soup kltehou Is a very Inoxpeii
sivo way or relieving dislioss, audit Is
to bo hoped that Ihlspiojeet will immune
dclinito fui in in tho very near future.
Tho approach of tho Christmas holi
iluy h Iiiih witnessed a general desiio u
tho part or elliens to do
something for tin benellt of
tho poor, and many homos
will bo gladdened between now and
Monday by geneioiiH coutiibutions. If
(hero are deserving cases not reached
by the hand or dimity, especially active
at thistlme.lt will bo because of a luck
of system in giving. Tun Commit
will vouch for tlio eiiiltablo disposition
of nil gifts sent to KMor llovvu for the
poor of tho city.
Oni: or the many ways In which Tin:
C'owmr.it does not lesemblo Its oontem
pornricH in this city Ih that it Is not en
gaged in tho business ot selling woild's
ITNNV MNAM'IAI. I'ANATHISM.
An iingrammatical and geiieially
pieturesiUo editorial in tho iXrivs
aueut tho oxpiesslonsor (his paper on
tlio money iuesllon, hlmls our con
tompoiaiy still closer to tho populists
and their peculiar tliiauoial finis.
The AVici believes in a cheap dollar
which by "equitable laws would bo dis
tribuled among tho people." We know
not how our contemporary would dis
tribute these cheap dollais; but judging
fiom tho theoiles already advanced by
that paper wo would not bo surprised if
it woio to advocate a system that would
allow every man to walk up to tho
tieasury and take an equal shmo of
As a leader of populist opinion the
AVhvi is taking high rank it is, if any
thing, ranker than lay Bui rows' paper.
Tho AYhvT answer to Tun Couiiimi'h
query as to why tho loaning companies
ot tho east aio thieatening to luciease
tho rate r iutoiest when actual money
Is plunder than it has boon for yeaiH,
HUggests tlio idea that tho editor of our
ontortainlng contemporary laid aside
tho bib and tucker of tho kindergarten
much too soon, lie ought to be u cur
ing them yet.
Money Is piled up lu Now York be
cause It was frightened out of tho
channels of commerce by just such
democratic and populist twaddle as tho
AY iro Is giving itH readers, and by noth
Tho quasl-doulal of the AYics that it
is an advocate ot froo silver only em
phasies tho fanaticism ot that paper.
It is for free silver, titst, last and all the
Our contemporary says:
Tiik Couitimt's lepublicaulsm appears
to havo boon formed in the same mould
im tho Journal. Doth apparently take
their ideas and their inspiration from
Henry Clows' Wall street ciiculais as is
Indicated by the admission Unit tho
country needs an eulmgcd volume ot
currency but that it should come on
lecitimntn Hues- via tho money
Tin: Couhiku'h republicanism wasn't
formed in any mould. It developed and
expanded fiom tho germ of honest pat
riotism. As for its ideas and its inspira
tion, tho former aro, so far as possible,
its own, and tho latter Is derived fiom
truth and history. Tiik Couihku never
intimated that any increase in thu
volume ot currency thould come via
tho money changers. Wo did say that
it should comu legitimately, and by legiti
mately wo mean honestly not by a
lying stamp on a protended "dollar."
Tiik salo of city bonds Tuesday even
ing, bringing a handsome, premium, was
a most gratifying tribute to tho city's
TIIK HKAMIN WHV.
Wk kcoiu to remember that last sum
mer u year ago, iluiuig tho piobidoutial
campaign, our lopuhlicau friends woio
vocilcious in asbortmg and pioviug that
the piotectivo tmitt Hail given us tho
uesi and cheapest goods in tho world,
but since that time there has been a
steady decline in all lines ot goods not
pioicctcu by a trust, uoiwiinstumiing
the pioiuise to tho manutactuter that
the taritt would keep Ihom steady, and
it has been in opomtion all tho time.
So it would bcoiuthal tho tariff has been
overruled by tho higher law of supply
ami demand. U no promtbo to tlio inuu
ulacturor has not been kept, while the
choapucbs to tho consumer is solf-ovi-dcutly
duo to another source. Some
how, when wo consider tho blessingB-of
tho tarill wo got into a maze of doubt
und uncertainly.- Lincoln Herald.
Tho trouble is that tho democrats
camo into power and immediately
threatened to put u nondescript low
tariff law into operation, which had tho
effect ot paralyzing a gieat many in
dustries and partially demoralizing
others. Prices havo declined because
democrats havo destroyed industry and
thrown more than u million people out
of employment and scattered destitu
tion all over the laud. Tho people who
aro tho greatest consumers huveu't uny
money to buy goods at any price the
democratic party has taken it away
from them und when there is no do
niuiid prices must inevitably drop, pro
tection or no protection. If the tiemo
cratic party hud'ut closed tho factories
entuiling general poverty', prices would
havo remained stublu.
Tho following epigrammatic hhiiIoiioih
mo from Oscar Wild's latest play "A
Woman or No Importance."
Tho book of tho peerage Ih tho best
thing Knglaiid has done in llction.
To bo In society is a furcc, but to bo
out or it is a tragedy.
Men know life too early, ami women
know it too late.
A girl who will tell her ago will tell
A Well-tied necktie is the Hist slml in
in diplomatic lire.
Thoiomoonly two kinds ot women in
society tho plain and tho painted.
Sin sits in our socio! like a leper in
purple, or a dead thing smeaied with
The man who can dominate a London
dinner oau dominate tlio world.
Woman lepreseuts the tiliimph of
mind over matter; man, tho triumph of
mutter over morals.
1'jM'iy saint has a past, anil every
sinner a fiituio.
When I was young I hud every thing
1 wanted, now I havo everything that
other people want.
U I weieu't in debt I should have
nothing to think about.
If I havo no temptation in tho couim
of a week it makes mo quite nervous io
guiding the fiituio.
If I lived lu tho country I would be
conic so unsophisticated thut nobody
would notice me.
Twenty vciiih of lomauco make a
woman homotmug liKo a ruin; twenty
yeais or mariiago iniiko her latlior like
a public building.
My husband isa kind of piomissory
note; I am tiled or meeting him.
The Hook of Life begins with a man
and a woman in a garden ami ends with
Women have a better time than men
theio aro far mote things To. bidden
Women mo sphinxes without seciets.
A bad man is a man who ndmiies in
Nothing survives being thought of.
A bad woman is a woman of whom
men never tiio.
American dry goods- Ameiicau
Men marry because they aro tiled;
women because thoy mo curioiiH.
All tho married men nowadays live
like hacholois, and all the bachelois
like martied men. .
1 don't think Kugland should bo re
ptoseuted abroad by mi unmarried man;
it might lead to complications.
To got into society it is necei-sary to
food people, amuso people, or shock
The House of bonis is never in touch
with tho people, and theietoro lemains
Life is an unhappy experience with ex
How can a woman bo happy with a
man who ticuts her as if she woio a
Nothing spoils a romance so much as
a sense of humor in tho woman or the
lack of it in the man.
All meumomariicd women's property;
in fact, that is tho true meaning of
married women's property.
Tho happiness ot a married man
depends on the women ho has not
A man of social tact should
every woman as if ho loved her
every man as it ho bored him.
I do defy nil liumtinktiitl,
When onco 1 havo inailo up my mind,
To inovo im, stiuullim UK on dill Unit mock
l.iku mimo vaxt eloiul-ontlirondod'acii,
VVrnpt in my own immoiitilt),
1 1 1 rood mnl aali. My tluniKlit sows mnl
swells In niu,
Within my Self, an awful nlirlnn,
I work, 1 ilan, ilovUo, oomlitno,
IIhmi all tlio craft of state ami Kovvriiinint
Customa mnl precedents I nmko,
Tlio lawn 1 llulitly Imud or lironk.
Inspired by my Krent Self, award Mnlf tlio
I livo abovo al party cries,
In my liiicli air their clamor dies,
Slimned lij my microti Self, whereon there aro
I need no counsel but my own,
I sit sublime upon my throne,
Self-centred, self-revohlni,', absolute, alone.
TIioiikIi hcnators, poor, potty men,
Sniirl lit mo envious, now ami then,
1 heed them not, 1 am too larito for their low
ken. Their eyes cannot abide tlio tduht
Of Mo in wisdom clothed and ink-ht,
HossiiiK tlio United Stuten, and be Ink' always
Heaven knows, 'tis not for iMxistliiK'ssnko
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; Nu Alum.
Used i---'' " """-vies 40 Years the St3iida-2
I kiii II, nor niitiiilm to vviikc,
Hill 'Hit ii Imilc furl, I rnn't liml.ii n mlsliiko.
Soini'liiiicK ulii'ii ilarkiii'M nliri.tiilit tho nklci",
Vint uliitnlier m'lilft n'l'ii 'lliutlicr'il I'jrs,
I nit mill nnk Willi n o, How cnu I bo no wlvi!
Yet t iiuiftt iikii t ho Intent limni'il,
Noilly unit well i )m, tiift'iin tli'tliruiiril,
Hliiill lliiitik inc, unit fur Inland lirar in) limn
I hriMiil, 1 tlilnk, I iiliin, I retail ;
My roIpiiiii mnl tri'tiiciiiloiiii lirnln
(liven fortli tlio pollcim t lint nro tlio natloii'ti
Tlii'roiistltiitlnti mnl tlio I ii un
Aro mo; mnl In my cunnlry'H cnnim
I toll, ronmiH in)Kclf i my ureal tnnk known no
l'ri'iitnitiion wiikllnu nliu 1 1 eery
My liollc), my ti'iniiiT U),
Itnali tiuini!, know Juu not, noiio Ih kiinIikhi." IT
Williln mjKi'lf, ii Riureil roll,
I'm cocknurn owrjllilntf 1 ilo. I io oxrooillim
vvoll. Now York Sun.
Hood's Pills euro all liver Ills. 'ri:.
Kent by mail on icceipt of price by C. I.
Hood A Co., Apothecaties, Low ell, Mass.
The WhiU'hicast company is having
gioat success with its I'lk MoiitMaln
Nicely decorated in all shapes and
gi inles, at 1'UKI.h that command at
teutlou, is tho
AT 241 SOUTH I ITH ST.,
Tho Retail Kooms or
THE PR COWAN GOS
NKW CKOC'KKIM AND CLASS'
WAKU KSTrtH. 1S1IMHNT
Oiders for special decorations and the
replacing of btnkon pieces lilongiugto
dinner, tea or toilet sets aro solicited.
Amateur decorated china to bo tired
and gilded lecOived dally.
1211 SOUTH HLHVBNTH ST.
They aio vvnini, good wearers,
And just tho thing,
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J 7 0 1 1 A T SOMETHING
'1"1 V 'X'HJSIVI.
EL 6. YBTES
I NO O STREET.
Writo to K. L. Talmrr, P, A. Santo Fo limit.
iiiiiIih. Neb., for free copy of Illustrated fold)
mnl the Tonkavva, Pawner and Klcknpno rU ler
' "lions, booh to unopened fur settlement bj Hit
I S. u'otcrnincnt. II Minna of acres In the tin
est aKrtculturul country under tlioiun, wulilni
to ho tickled by the lumbindmau'i plowsliarot
this is ulniost the lad chance to obtain oue of
I'ncle Sam's free farms.
Honors World's Fair.
FAMOUS SACRIFIGri SAL
8 l.'.M, 82.i). 'U),IF0R TltDIMEI) HATS.
&MW, $5.!)tt. J WORTH DOUBLE THESEPRICES.
Quills 8c, Fancy Wings half price, Kelt HiitH, Sailors and shapes lt)c.
The largest Ribbon Department In tho city, and prices to sell tho
goods. Wo must reduce our largo stock, acknowledged to bo tho
best in the west.
lixclusivc Wholesalers and
If boys could like Gtipids
buttons nor mending of rips would cause any grumbling
to pass through our lips- But the facts are that you can
clothe the boys with good warm clothing with very little
expense right at the present time, and the ripping nor
coming off of buttons won't bother you if go to the right
place. They're made right. Boys underware, hats and
furnishings of all kinds at very low prices from now till
RECEPTION ROOM ON SECOND FLOOR.
I a It. 'Mil Mores.
Rudge Morris Co.
.-i-vr s.ik' iiJUj
lU lriXJIl :
Fancy Rockers and Chairs,
Iseather Couches and Chairs,
Combination Book Gases,
badies' Desks, Office Desks and Chairs,
Side Boards, Dining Tables and Ghairs,
Hall Trees, Parlor Goods, Etc.
Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors,
Roger's Plated Knives, Forks and Spoons,
Fancy Decorated Tea and Coffee Pots,
Nickel Bailing Dishes, Etc.,
Too Numerous to Mention.
Rudge & VIoi?i?l Co.,
mv i m 1 ivriiiiiiuiiiniuntM",'l ,jii ci III UUIIUrH
. H mf v -ir 1 oTcroxcrtloiuyiniihrnl rrnt, oxcec
X M Xi akIJ II nil in. Wtllrtl lultll I ft Itltil mil , . iVinaiii.n.i I..
mkA J 1 'vl itorVet. Ml M-rbox. KforM.1. Uw mm
irli.. ik ih'rlllei. iil.nri.til.. an i urM ..m xUr..
fc'orialolu UiiLQlu,br U. W.ilUOWN
O and Twelfth
Retailers of Millinery Goods.
with clothing dispense, what
worry 'twould save us as
well as expense! We'd
give one a collar, another
a cuff which all the year
round would be raiment
enough. No sewing on
1015-19 0 STJIEET.
BE BOUND AT
INlUhtlv Knillllnna nlnrvmii.
ivuUrKiuia ot either sex caused
Ivo tio of tnbuccn, onlum or atlni
or intunltr. Can lo carrlodlu
ri,.V-.""2 carrion In
Willi . order we
itruMKU. Ak for It. lake no other. Wrln. for f ree ilertlrnl Tluok int ,.i
lu plum wrupper. Audrey. Jk lUt VE NKKI) Co.. tlwXviwiAfiSaicAa
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