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T13.T3 A0M3TRIAY MORNING COURIER
Tho qiu'rttion im to whether there In it
deflirnhle opening in politic for a jming
until who him eiioujjh money to mipport
him, wih treated in tin lnterentiiiK mini
ner in tlio Oinahii World-Herald tho
other titty. Tho Ideim advanced were
not particularly now; lint they were in
tercHtitiK enough toattiacta ood deal
PoliticH ought to ho tho mtmt prouiln
lug tlelti for an inilepcntlent joting man
of principle; but it Isn't. It in the lieHt
tiling in tho world to ntuy out of.
Tlio modern view of politic in that it
Ih a poHHihlo nhort cut to huccckh, ami
tho political wo'ld i tilled with ndvon
ttireiH who inalte ehePHinen of thtmo
heneath them ami (,'iiinhh) with voteH.
Principle in iih fai removed fiom them
itH tho HtarH art) from tho earth. IVlfiri
tho ilertiileratum, and any Hucriltco will
1)0 inatlo to itcconipliHh tho tlemrcd end.
Theio are hoiiio very good men in
Doliticn: hut there aie not many of
them. They K)t into politic by ncci
dent, and poinehow, they are not vet
proud of their heing there. There aie
hoiiio j on UK men in politic? who are
over) tiling that Ih houoiable. Hut in
mr.Ht ciibch they noon got tlinnuHteti and
quit, or elm) thoy are inlluencetl by their
environment, ami degenerate into mere
Politic ought to bo tho liight'Ht call
lug. It i in reality, tho lowet. A
decent man in politic ha to pend hi
life in making excuse for being there.
There aie element in modern poll
tic that appeal to a mau'fl etipidit and
livarico anil pelliBhncH in Rtieh a waj
. iliat few men are able to rcit.
Church Howo ha been at the Lincoln
hotel for overal week, during lii re
covcry from a dangerou Hurgictd opera
tion. Up to a few daj ago lie was con
lined to hi room, and politician fiom
out in the tato have in.ulo it a practice
to drop in and nee the invalid. "In tliiB
way," ho reniiuked to a Comtihit
reprcHentative cnterday, "I have had
an excellent opportunity to learn the
feeling, politically, in ditTerent part of
tho state, and I am jutilled in sa
ing that tho outlook for tho republican
party in the next state election is verj
bright. It pecms to mo that theio will
bo no ditllcult) in electing a republican
ticket, piovit'ed good men ate selected.
And I think tho republicans can obtain
control of the next legislature." Mr.
Howo is also of the opinion that it will
ho a comparatively easy matter to elect
a republican congtessinan in this dis
trict. It is beginning to bo manifest from
tho movement of loading populists and
Hrvnn democrat that an elfoit will be
made in this state to unite all voteis
who believe in tho free coinage of ilver.
whether thoy aio populist, democrat
or republicans, in a common caupo foi
tho purpose of electing a state ticket
and moiiiboi of the legiHlatuie, the
ultimate idea being, of com ho, to
captuie tho United State bontitoiliip.
Thoso who are interested in this move
ment are in favor of nominating liryau
for governor, and pome strong populist
fot lieutenant governor, a outlined in
Tin: Couiut.it pome weeks ago, tho in
tention being to push liiyan for the
senate. This Hcliemo is legarded as an
exceedingly piobablo jossibility bj
Bcoie of well-informed politician.
Should thi bo dono tho issue in No
brapka will bo the silver question. Tho
republican paity would naturally retain
it position in favor of honest money.
What the Call ami Ncica in tlu cit
would do wo aro unable to say. lloth
claim to bo republican papei and both
advocate the fteo silver heresies.
Improper ami deficient care of tho
scaly will cause gtayness or the hair and
baldness. Escape both by tho upo of
that icliablo specitlc Hall' Hair He
newer. M. Ij. TreHter, coal and lumber. 11211
CI'IKJIIIIIIl' I'itiiiIIn, 1811 1.
The Union Pacillc will now receive
application fcr penult for 18!)1.
Come early. City ticket olllco Kill O
llllir ltiitc to TfXUH.
On December 1U, 1S1KI, .) miliar) !),
Feburary III, March IK, Apiil 10, and
May 8, lb'.H, the H & M will sell o.xcur.
oion tieket fiom Nobraka and Kansas
stations to points in Texas at one faro
for tlio round trip. For tickets and full
information legarding limits, stop overs,
etc., call at li. k M. depot or city olllco,
corner O and Tenth sheets.
A. C. Zn.Mhii. C. P.,tT. A.
'I he I'liliin I'ikIIIc Clieup KhIck.
Onlj ?:K).00 llrfit clap to Ogden, Salt
Lake, Helena, Spokane and Portland
For full particulars call at city tickot
olllce 10H O street.
lliirlliiKtou Itoiile llolliln) Itiilm.
December 2.'), 21, ', HO and .'!1, 181KI.
and January 1, 1801, tho B. A: M. will
poll lound trip ticket at one faro and a
thiid, between stations on Hurhngtnn
lines not over 200 miles apart, good io
turning till January li.
A. 0. ZtiMtii, City Pass. Agt.
'iwlxl tlio tiuwin
Until mid tlm
lint lihcmta t rnl
eil lit your tie.
To uinko your
I e ii p I a k blood
h o w wine, we
Wliixt ClirlMiiun kIkhI niu innkn utichtll
8ao these Unit troop hi mournful row
Tlio Kluntn c nil run mImi lit wlllf
Tlio boiistaoiin tiilk In Imrn nml lirye
On Chrlittniin cm', olil IckhimU know.
As into li) otin tlio ji'nn retire.
Wo men full ulletit then, I trow
Btich nlk'litn Im memory tnahow,
Hurli oI(im from (IkmIMhiico thrill.
Ah, inr-l tliiy tomo with Christmas nnow-
Tho uliontn we nil cnu rnlao nt will.
Oh, children of tlio vlllnKo choir,
Your enroll on tlio midnight throwl
Oh, bright in ruMtho mint unit mlro,
Yo ruilily hearts of L'hrUtmnn kIowI
Bent Imck tho ohnilen, bent down tho won,
Itchow tlio HlroiiK'lh of tnnrnl will)
Ik) welcome, nil, to cmno or ko
Tho uhoHtM wo all ran nilso nt will.
Frlrlid, nuniiim cordn, rimiii or alow,
Wo part, llko uueitts who'vo Joyod tholr
Fernet them not, nor mount thoin bo
Tho uhonts o nil can nil no nt will)
TRADE IN CHRISTMAS TREES.
Wo now require a million or two of
young evergreens for Christmas trees,
and these, too, aro cut nml stored uway
In good time, the choppers often going
Into tlio woods soon after tho 1st of No
vember. A fall of snow in Novombor or
December greatly increases tlio dlfllculty,
becauso tho snow is apt to melt and
freczo, rendering tho branches too brit
tle for traiiHportation. Tho woodmen
therefore like to get their work forward
and pile their trees in tho woods along
side tho road, whoro thoy will keep fresh
and green for six weeks.
Tho largest market for Christinas trees
is Philadelphia, whence they are dis
tributed to all parts of tliocountry with
in 1,000 miles. The woodmen got from
0 to $8 a hundred for their trees, which
Boll in the cities nt prices ranging from
50 cents to $!).
As for Christmas presents, they give
employment to many important trades,
tho work upon which is continuous from
the first of January to the last of De
comber. Sonio knowing grandmothers
and ingenious aunts, to say nothing of
uncles and grandfathers, aro on the look
out all tho year for Christmas surprint,
which they hide away in unfathomable
recesses, sometimes forgotten by them
selves. WHEN MEN OPEN THEIR HEARTS.
Thero is nothing inoro effective or oft
quoted than those lines from tlio "Christ
mas Carol" of Charles Dickens: "There
aro inuuy things from winch 1 might
have derived good, by winch 1 have not
profited, 1 dare say," returned Scroogo's
nephew, "Chribtmas among tho rest.
But 1 am sure I have always thought of
Christmas when it lias come round
apart from the veneration due to its sa
cred name and origin, if anything be
longing to it can be apart from that as
a good time; a kind, forgiving, charita
ble, pleasant time: tlio only timu I know
of in tho long calendar of tho year when
men ami women seem by one consent to
open their shut up hearts freely and to
think of people below them, as if they
really were fellow passengers to the
grave, and not another race of creatures
bound on other journeys. And there
foie, uncle, though it has never put a
icrup of gold or bilver in my pocket, 1
believe that it has dono mo good and
Will do mo good, and I say, God bless it I"
ORIGIN OF CAROLS.
Tho singing of carols on Christinas
eve and Clirintmas day is of mediraval
origin. A carol bliould bo simple nnd
melodious There aro many fine speci
mens of them, but moat of thorn are not
fine. Here is the first verso of a favorite
and ancient and fumous one:
(1(m1 re-t jou, merry k'entlemim:
Let nolhiiiK jouillnmny,
for Jesus Christ, our Suvlour,
Wius burn upun thlHilny
To save lit ull fiom siitun'n power,
When wo luul khi" iiBtray.
Oh, tidings of comfort und Joy,
Kur .li'stw Christ, our Saviour,
W'u- iKirn on ChrlhlnmHiUy.
Hems of lnterel (iulliereil DiiiIiik the
WHITBHHBAST COAL AND LIMB
No such lino of canned fruits in the
city as shown by W. A. Cotlin k C., U'.
South Bleventh street.
Cull and pee sample of Huby iinthrn
cite &D.80, at the Whitebreast. and jou
will bo sure to Imy it ton.
Paj W) cents, got a china cup and
caucer free, and send Tin: Corun.n to
some distant friend for three months.
For dance and outing there is no
sue) music in Nebiaska a that supplied
by the Nebraska state orchestra.
Never order an invitation until jou
hiiNopeon the sample of tlio work lono
by tho now Courier Publishing Co.
The Lincoln Coal company, 1015 O
street, handles all of tho very best
guide of antluacite and bituminous
For rates und open dates of tho Ne
braska state bund or orchestra apply at
tho Couiuku olllco, 1131 O street, tele
Joekell Hros. new tailoiing establish
ment, 111) north Thirteenth street nea
the Lansing i tho populur resort for
Why pay exorbitant priceB for up
holstering when Ho'lischild does llrst
cliib work at low rates; 120 North 12th
treet, Uurr block,
tiS -Ms vm
", ' .
kl y-- , ,-
llr uiiiiiuiiiiiiu v i ivr
peace and good .vlll on eaith and Tin:
Contint hope that It tender may bo
in the enjo.Miient of a liberal portion of
this blessing which dcesu't cost any
thing, so far a money i concerned, ami
jet i ho hard to get. A Meiry Christ
um to all, and to all a glad New Year!
In addition to (hi geiieial benedic
tion wo hnoa few Hpet'ial request to
make of Santa Clan, and iih they are
particularly modest, we are hiiio they
will be granted.
Koine atiti fat for Charley Hun, ami a
jumping rope for Tom Cooke, hoiiio
iioim) uiedicino for A. Koch-Amhiiino,
and a hobby hoiso for Major Weir, a
heal ty, baby laugh for Lew MiiipIiiiII
ami a (heck god'H foini and phi, for W.
F, Kelloy, a pair of wliiker for
Theodoio Wcpteriiiann. Fied V. Howe,
and hew WcphcI, ii couple of million
blank tleeiee of diwucc for haneiiHter
county' dishiet judge, a eiieiilatiou
expei t for the Ercniuy Nrwx, an
auilieneo for Fiauk llmr when he ing,
and a little self conlldeiieo for C. C).
Whcilon; u little stjle fm Fiauk .eh
i ling, and a becoming degieo of hjues
for Hemaii (!. Dawes.
(.niioi Citj and
nici Ij Hcreened at
Hock Spiiug coal
liiucolu Coal coin
All coal nicely pcieaned at the While
breast. W. A. Collin k Co., groceiH, 1 l.'l Sotitli
I'ino now lino of business HiiitiugH
fiom $'2. toSIOin Scotch and hoinespuns
.leckell HroH.. 11!) north Thirleeiith
street, near Lansing theatre.
M. h. Trester, Peniia. hind coal, I '.ill
Pictures for tlio holidnjH at Ciancer',
lilt! South 11th.
WII ITFHHFAST COA i7aNI) hIM K
Canon City coal at the Whitebreiipt
Coal and Lime Co.
M. Ij. Treter sell Pennsjlvania,
Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, ami
Wyoming coal cheap for cash, 11! 1 1 O
Tho Whitebreast is headqiiai tei for
all grade of steam coal.
"INE PRINTING AND ENGRAVING.
Tho Courier Publishing
company i prepaied to do all
kind of piinting, lino work,
especially, at moderate prices;
nlno engraving, wedding in
vitations, calling cards, etc.,
Call and see painples.
Satiuday Mou.Ni.No Commit,
1201 C) Htreet.
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AIpo a full line of
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11U0 O STREET.
Cluson & Flotchor' Old Stand
There Is a lensoiiablo
IAllO IrtiniKui'O otf tlio
Im IVw on l$3tltlllf loll fit tlio
KTHttOR DECORfttttft CQtyPMW'S ROOMS,
Antl will lo Mold !' tl
ruul MOtfOt Wlldt
( Of eo u I ho jou mo not going to let Chi iiilniaH goby without Homo
!' appiopiinte gift to lelalhe oi fileiid, ami, of coiiiho S
i) jou will not fall to visit the iS
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