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THE AOTlTJiMOATaT MOJFWVKVO COURIER
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Gouriuu PunusniNC. Go.
W. MOIUON 8MITH,
Deman C. Fox,
imliiiM Olllon tailO HI root.
TERMS OF BUUHOIMPTION:
TllN('otilill.n,nnienr In iitUnnrn
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Lincoln, Nkii., Dkokmiikii IV), 181Ki.
This Coohikii UiIh wimiIi iiiiIIIh1iih tlm
dutuilt'il Bliiti'tiuMit of ovory Imnlt in tin
dty, nutloiuil uiul (Unto, ami wu Invito
tho nttontloii (if (iiir ri'iuliTHto tlio hIiiiw
lug iiiiulu. In an nxiiiiilmition of tlm
IlKiirt'H nrt'Hontoil, It hIiouIiI Imi lmrno In
liiiiul tlmt tlictm HtiitfinnnlH wurt' pro
jmrt'ii ul tlio climo of tlm worHt llniinriiil
and ImniiifHH year Lincoln Iiiih over nx
purlum-inl, tlnti UtlioKni'rul ntrliinm!y,
mid that during tlio grimtor portion of
tlio jcar tlio Lincoln ImiiltH liavo liccn
mibjeottnl ton vory eoiiHidorablo oxtra
Htruln occhhIoihmI by tlm collupmi of tlio
Capital National Imnk, brought about
by tlio coIohhu! HtcnlingH of tho rnm-iil
MoHhor. It wim natural that tho huh
PoiihIoii of thiH bank nhould luivo had a
nioHt prcjmliuitil olluol on tho other in
HtitutloiiH, and wo all know of tho huh
pinion and dlHtruiit that went nwaltoni'd,
paitlutilarly ninon tho Hinallor liaulc
patroiiH. Kvury bunk in tho city had to
HiilTor for MohIioi-'h monuimmtiil rawal
Ity, and It wiih only by a narrow man-in
that u guntirul paniu wiih averted.
Money thtm frightened out of tho banlH
chiiiu buu't Hlowly, and with tlm burden
iiupoHed by tlm prevailing (IuIIiu-hh in
lniHlueHfl tlm iiiohI pronounced com
mercial Btnguutlon In many yearH, the
bmikH liuvo had to contoud with iiiohI
infavorablo contllttmiH. Hut through
out tlm entiro year tho bunltH havo on
dcavorod to extend overypoHHlblo facility
to their putroiin, mid it to genorully con
ceded that tlmy liavo pttrmicil a liberal
and public Hpirited ixilicy in marked
contntHt to the ucticnot bunking intuitu
tloim in Homo of LIucuIu'h HiHler cltien.
Tlm bankH in thiu city arc moHt con
nervativoly iiiuiiugod, and without a
single- exception they aro Holidly CHtab
linhed. They nave panned through a
trying ordeal in miuh a manner iih to
win the entire coutUlenco of tho public,
and they aro tloBorvlug of the moHt
Wis are pleiiHed to observe- that the
Jounuil very promptly advocated tlm
immediate oigttnizulion ot nomo central
distributing agency tor chaiitable com
tributiouu utter our Btiggubtiun on llim
K)lnt. In Buiuluy'H paper theio m u
timely article on tlm tlcnlrubilily ot
Elder ilowo and the charity organiza
tion getting together with a view to
molding coufumon in the deposition ot
BUpphea for the relief of tlm poor, ami u
b to be hoped thut thin uemUoinlum
uiuy bo uccompliBhed. Wo do not wiuli
to diBpurago the ettortB of any one, oroi
any orguuizutiou, thut ib utlempliiig to
do chuntublo work; but we behove that
uo perBou or UBnociuliuli of perBoim hau
the uuauuiutuuco umong tho poor ot the
city poBBeesed by Ekior liowe; thut no
one iu an uble to iliBtiuguiBh between the
dcBerving unit undeserving, and thut no
one Iiub tho buuio fucilitiea tor relieving
diBtreBB. Elder Ilowo hua mudo tlua
work hia Bpeciul study; he 1b thoroughl)
pructieul uud he la entirely truBtwoilhy.
The churity orguuizutiou ia doublleaa
doing u gool work; but in the present
euiorgoncy we uro ot the opinion thut it
would bo for the beat intoicBtB ot ull
concerned it Elder Howe were mudo the
chief collecting uud distributing agent
in the city. At uuy rate there ought to
bo u combination of borne sort, uud, ua
tho Jouriui bujb, "theie Ib no excuse
for these two iulluencea working at ciottB
wiiKHK vk aiu:k.
Our impetuous contemporary, the
Aetc, Iiub, on more than one occasion
Btuted thut Tiik Couidbu'a viowb on the
tlnunuiul question uro fn keeping with
thobo ot the Journal. Wo huve uot
ulwuyu hud time to follow the Jottvnul'n
very leurned uud usuully very extensiu
editoriulB on this subject, uud wo uro
uuubletobuy whether wo uro always ot
precisely tho same opinion ua our morn
ing contemporary; but wo chcoilully
admit thut with the following expres
sion trom the Journal we uio in moat
It ia true thut since the ropvul ot the
Bhermun uci, though the times uio sun
Uuiu, ineio is moio money in tlm uuutvb
una in uuuuluuuu m piupoitiou to the
popululion Uiuu over ueloio ill the lus
loty oi lliib uouutiy.
tieitco mo u to cotnugo men uro Iioibi
Willi tneir own peiuiu. 'lUo lepcul oi
the bUeimuu ucl bui moiiey lieo lhai
buU been liouiueU in BlocUinga uuu
cutely ueposit vuulis, uuu uiougni il
bucK trom Europe, wanner it tiuu lieu.
'Ill is wan just Wlrut liio repeuletb
cluimeu woum be lUo tebuli. 'luv itu
ou inul ouaiucbB doea nut iccover wuu
the uuveui ot "moie money" ib uot fur lu
Let the treo coinuge men ucknowl
edge the logio ot eveuts uuu uesur inem
wveB lu Ua twuuvttl oi tuu reul oouiuuiu
' o yiotywiiy, lUe Uuwtt ot tiro Uowo-
cratio admiulHtratiou to nmnl(e with
the tail IT and doatioy valueH lu ovoiy
deiuirtmeiit of trade and manufacture.
Nothing Ih moio certain than that tlm
uuu cli of ovoiiIh during tho iiiihI nix
motitliH Iiiih, up to thin date, tallli'd with
every claim mudo by republican protec
IIoiiIhIh and miund money advoeateH In a
iiiohI HiirprlHlng way, Every IiiihIiii'hh
day Iiiih added Hh tcHtlinotiy to the
HouudneHii of republican HtnteHtnanwliip,
from tho falling oir of imixirtH and tho
(low of gold to Europe, beginning the
eol( after tlm election of Cleveland and
a democratic coiigrci'H, pledged to a
"lariir forroveiiun only," to tho pienent
mouth, when tlm bankH are clogged with
idle money and tho uuiiiufaeliiring
eHlabllBhnienlH all oer Ihe country uio
cloned, or i mining on half time, or with
half tho ordinary foreo of workmen.
A CoNTii.Mi'tm.utv in thiH city, whoao
ungriimiuatleal gioleHimneHH iMonly a
degree lean ludlcroim than IIh expreBHed
ideiiH, which grow more and moio
liebetudinoiiH, iidmltH with ehaiming
naivete Hh lack of facility in the cou
Btriietiouof pliiuaeH and aentenceH; but
prntcHtH that when It coiiich to facta, it
Ih (iimsat, and calla our attention to Hh
(excellence In thiH icHpcct. Wo liaaten
to extend to our contemporary tho an
Hiiruneo of our moHt diatiuguiHlied con
Hideration, and wo aro able to any, in all
candor, that it, and by "it" "wo mean tho
New, iHioinowhateeiiMpicuoiiHlytu 'cchh
ful in the mere haudliiigof faclH. Home
(Iiuch in ltHieoiln it Ih a trlllo uncouth;
but generally it leporlH thlnga iih they
occur, with a iiiauifeHt attempt at thor
oiighucHH auda alt iving after accuiacy
that Homo of Hh rlvnlH would do well to
Imitate. In tlm gathering and di
aemlnation of local iiouh It Ih a glowing,
and, we hope, a growing miccchh. It Ih
when it ventuieH out of tlm leportorlal
path that Hh auticH commeiid tlieiu
aelvea to our boiibo of humor. When it
grapplcHuith public qucHtloiiH and at
temptH to elucidate Hh o.vii peculiar
IdeiiH, uiigrammiitical debauchery viea
with whimalcal vagary, and o cannot
but ho amused.
.MOir.VIT.HANKS 11)11 'AMllATi:s.
The Honorable William I Cody went
to Now York and canned it to be an
nounced that he wiih a iiindldato for the
nomination for governor of Nebraaka.
Then, after theto hail been Hiilllcient
udvertiHlug, the Honorable William l'
Cody, gatheied in hia candidacy and
laid it away with a view to using again
sometime next spring or Bummer.
The only dtlTerenco between tho
Honorable W. E.Cody and aomo othei
almost equally fantastic iudlvlduala
whoso nnnicH have been mentioned in
connection with the goveruorBhip of
Nebraaka,lH that the former Is jokiug(
while tlmlatter aredreadfully in earnest.
In the ranks of tlio reiublican party
there aro aomo men aspiring to the
goveruorBhip and already laying plana
to secure the nomination, who mo every
whit ua grotesque iih llulTalo Hill and
who do uot possess half lila merit and
they Insist ou chiming a nomination.
Next year will bo an excellent year
for good men In tho republican party,
and if Homo ot the freaka and adveu-
turera who are annoying the public by
their candidacy for ofllco, do not obaervo
the drift of u Hairs uud promptly take
theniBclveH to obBcurity where they
rightfully belong uud from whence they
never Hhould liavo emergen, they will
doubtless experience a sensation some
thing like that ot the prairie dog who
popped hiH head out ot hia hole to have
it allot on.
There Ib a deep seated feeling among
republicans thut a good man at the
head ot tho ticket can achieve u glow
ing BiieecBH iu 1891, uud there ia, we uio
glial to Buy, a disposition to make short
work of the political mountebanks that
uro already clamoring for "recognition"
in favor ot a man who will meusuro up
to the dignity uud importance of the
THIS I'OIU'l'OMO IIHI.IKii:.
The world's fair was a great and glori
ouh achievement; it adequately repre
sented the genius of American civiliza
tion, uud it ditluaod throughout the
country a spirit of intense patriotism,
and quickened the uppieciutiou ot the
beautiful iu art ou the part of the peo
ple. Its iutluence was elevating, uud
keen obborvcrB huve already noted the
benellciul results on the people at lurge,
ot the exposition. Hut with ull the good
things which it brought forth, uud the
noble uud rellned sentiment which it in
spired, the world's fuir was accompanied
by, or we should say, productive ol, some
tilings thut have u tendency tow aid
niaUing us tired. We refer particularly
to t lie w oi Ui'a fuir portfolios which our
contemporaries iu thm city uud elbo
wheie uio literully crainining into peuco
tul homes. This portlolio business, in
Lincoln especially, lias become uloritblo
inghiniuio that stallis toi ih in ull bcu
bona, uud everlusliugiy worries the lite
out of quiet, luw-auiiiiug ciuzcub who
Have never none any liaiiii iu their lives,
mid who do not iieservo iiuiiiahmeui.
uut tins oittolio piiuutusm cannot be
uvonieil. It ubbuils tlio just uuu the un
just; mere ib uo immunity from us ilia
lupung anil ilistuiuing inlluenco. It
otmius ginnly at every uoor, uuu follows
every Uuiiian form us it wends its wuy
lUrougu'tho city. It is omul prebeut uuu
ull pervudiiig, One newspaper forces
ino poitlolios upon the puulic, uud do
uiuiiUB coupona and u smull monetary
cousiderulion; othera tluuut tlieui beloio
the public gaze, uud uiuko you pay u
smull sum fur them without u coupon.
liut in oiio wuy or another every paper
upholds tho phantoriin, and, Hanked on
all sides by (Ida abiding honor, life in
becoming a burden, Weine unable to
read of anything but poitfolloa.and when
wo seek rest at night we dream fantastic
dreituiHof portfolios and coupona. It Ih
only a qiieatlon of time when wo will
have to eat portfolios The world's
fair, the world's fail; tli) name Ih woo;
driven to desperation by tlm poitfoliim
which thou haat emitL'd, wo must per
force foi get all thy TieuelltH, ami call
thee cut acd our aiiatheimiH go out
A NI'ISI.M.MI IIISC.
I Di'iIIcmIimI to Proofri'iiiliTH KvitjhIiito,)
Von Hit) tn ran Hpcll, siri llicn lie nnl ciiiiukIi
llciw Jim Kpcll iiiii"inriillil,"lri "kjiiIIichU"
Ami ktIiiiih Jim will try "wnlntlo" mill "njt.
"llniiillullr" iiml"lifiiitla," ullli i.ml uxtrn
Ciiii Jim dpull "clirjnclcplmiillnn," "ierlilirns-
Or llm liiiilo "iiiliinuinlliio" nnil tlm "ul-
('mi fun tncklo "niicli)loln7" can jiia nM
"miiikI I pIohIm,"
"i:nlli)iiii'iii(i," "liiut)iitiK7" If )iiii enn
jem're ui'IIIiih mi.
Oil, lliorn'a rrully no linlliii ln wlmt inlntnkuii
)nil unmet Iiiii'h "col
"I'leoiutiln" "iiirnx)Kiiiiil," "eiirjiitliloh" unit
Woriln like thexo, H'h renlly illinuil wlion
lliiij'ro iniNiiU lit n "l-o."
So joiiM lii'llfr li'iirn "rnclllicj" can nil con.
Willi "toreutic" nnil "inophltle," mill n "pen.
tninnrill" Itmir-ti ;
Anil lliero'it "prentlilluitntlon," "liiim-iroiil"'
Oh, It'M iiilln mi viliiculliin to Itwirn ortlin-
Homo lon wnriU iiiiiiliiinio lmc n mmnil t hat 'h
Ami for rrnca luilliiil.'iimlo uonlil liu nlmplj
Tlnro'H tlm hIioiIit "iieriiiiiitiN" unit "piilnln-
".SliTiio-clmilo-innslolilctlHj" ronlil joiiclioono
ii BliMplcr word!
"Hjilrimtiitlr," "Irlilcwunt," "iirniniitli"," "ml-
"I'nlKinntlr," 'iwiuiKi-rut j" tlieno urn easy
Minl, jon urot
"Mnmlncatlnn," "iiinrurniiic," "pi'iciitallon1"
"Animation," mitlplinnlc;" tlicrn'ii n merry
St. Louis Spectntur.
Tlm Stliilli Sniin Ornr.
"Now, lady, look beautiful mid Imppy,"
wilda William htreet pliotoginpliir to tho
yining woman. "So. Thai's It. There, I
liuvo you. Now you may leMiinujour imt
urul expression." UiilTalo Courier.
Tlio Flvn lrrnl Po-r.
Somo one askwl Prlneu G ., "Which
ure tho great powers of Kuropuf"
He answeieil, strulglit off tlio reel, "Eng
land, Germany, France, Ittlsslii mid worn
uu." Coiiteurdu ViuuIoIh.
(I noil Ail vice.
Toper What shall I take, doctor, to re
move the ridness of my no-ef
Doctor Tuko nothing fort hreo moat lml
A I.imt llrlilc.
An absoutmiuded groom in Rome, Gil.,
forgot thut he was to bo married the oth
er day, and when the time for tlio cere
mony arrived ho was uot present. An ex
amination showed that ho had overalopt
hiniBolf. lie apologized, but the father
of tho brido refused to accept him us a
Bou-in-law, and tlio engagement was
broken. tk'ltoit Free Press.
Lincoln Coal company catcia to tho
The Ht-Nt I.iiiinilrj
TowiiBond ii l'lainandon proprietors, 2208
O Btreot, telephone f79.
W. V. DiivIh, II. I). 8.,
Diseases of the teeth, mouth and face.
Rooms fJOl-2-.'I, Hraco bile, cor. lnth andO.
1S untl Knr. Surgeon.
Dr. W. L. Dayton, oculiat and auriat,
No. l'itt'l O street, Lincoln. Neb.
fieri;) uiuu' IVrinltit, 1H0I.
Tho Union l'acillo will now receivo
applications fcr permita for 1801.
Come early. City ticket olllco 1011 O
Half Hilton In Texitit,
On Decomber 12, 180.1, January 0,
Fehurary l.'l, March l.'t, April 10, and
May 8, 1801, tho H&M will boII excur
sion tickets from Nebraaka and Kansas
stations to points in Texas at one faro
for tho round trip. For tickots and full
information regarding limits, atop oveis,
etc., cull tit H. & M. depot or city ollice,
comer O and Tenth streets.
A. C. Zikmkk. C. P. & T. A.
The Union I'aclllc Cheap Italcn.
Only e.'50.00 first clafis to Ogden, Salt
Lake, Helena, Spokane and Portland
For full particulars call at city ticket
ofllco 1014 O street.
HurlliiKloii llniili" llolldny ltalc,
December 2;t, 21, 20, JU) and .'U, ISO.'!,
and January 1, 1694, tho D. & M. will
sell round trip tickets at ono faio and a
third, between stations on Jlurlington
lines not over 200 miles apart, good re
turning till January II.
A. 0. Zkimk.ii, City Purs. Agt.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Jtfr. Chan. N. llaxter
Ot Frederick, Mil., suflored terribly for oyer
ten yuan with abscesses iml runtilns sores on
Ms left leg. Ho waited away, crew weak and
thin, nnd was obliged to uio a cano and crutch.
Kvcr) t Ii In u which could he thought of was don
without good result, until ho began taking
which effected a perfect cure. Mr. Itaucr Is
now la tho licit of health, full particulars ot
his case will ho seal all who aihlrcM
C. I. Hoou & Co., Lowell, Mass.
HOOD'O PlLLOara tho bcit after-dtnncr rills,
Mtlit itJgeitlon, cur headach and bllloaiotu.
Wo grow nnil ahviija have
And all kinds of Decorating and
and FIVK AOKKS . . .
Wholly devoted to Flowers and Plautn.
CITY STORE I 134 O STREET.
CITY OREEN HOUSE I0IH AND D STS. TELE. 804
Main Krccu hnusul inllo west Union college.
They aro warm, good wearors,
And just tho thing.
a 6. YATES
I I 10 O STREET.
Pree IN fherokee
l arms ,lN V5 Strip.
W rite to E. L. Palmer, l A. Saoto Fe Rout
Onmlin. Neb., (or (res copy of Illustrated foldsi
nnd tlip TonWuwa, Pawnee and KickHpooRtjer
inlloi'8, noon to lientieopil for settlement by th
I . S, KoTernment. UUIIods of ncres in the tin
i'l iiKrlcultural country under the sun, wuliins
to ho tickled by the husbaDdman's plnwsharsi
tills is almost th last cbanc to obtain on of.
Uncle Sam's fr (arms.
OMAHA'S LEADINQ HOTEL
IltA HinilV, I'roprl.lor.
Electric cars direct from Union dejiot page
tbo door. Uth and llumcy sts., Omaha, Neb.
FAMOUS SACRIFI6I SALE
!., 82.8, 8.8,lP0U TRIM1IBD HATS
S'l'.OII, $5.(.). J WORTH DOUBLE THESEPRICES.
QuillH 8c, Fancy Wings half price, Felt Hut, Sailors and shapes 10c.
The largest Ribbon Department in tho city, and prices to sell tlm
goods. Wo niuat reduce our largo stock, acknowledged to bo the
beat in the west.
UxchisivL' Wholesalers and
On the open piano the cat
stsi 1 'nummmi
W" 'Z&zigZ; I"" 4 the housetop she plays as she
sings, for her system is padded with violin strings.
Cats are tough, and they'll stand a whole lot of bad
usage. Boys with any life in them give clothing hard
We make boys clothing up tough; sew 'em double with silk
thread, and guarantee them to stand rough treatment. They're in
style too. Children's department second floor.
111 Ittliill Miiri-H.
Rudge Morris Co.
Fancy Rockers and Chairs,
loeather Couches and Chairs,
Combination Book Gases,
badies' Desks, Office Desks and Chairs,
Side Boards, Dinirfg Tables and Chairs,
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.
revclg;3 & Mollis Co.,
. m. ,n uiuiH "lopwt. Auiirau n ku v esceu uu Mnsun a Temple. CaicAaiC
forsaleln Lincoln, by U.W.BltOWN ana W. W. UK1UUUJJJKU, Uriiluu.
O and Twelfth
Retailers of Millinery Goods.
sw- tr .jt 5
ran the scale as she gaily
kept time with the wag of her
tail. The sound brought the mis
tress with haste to the room, and
the cat left the keys on the end of
a broom. On the railroad they
tied her tight down to the track,
but the train cut the rope and the
1015-19 0 ST11EET.
BE BOUND AT
MANHOOD RESTORED! lLWf'T
'f Tor,I(!,r,,lr"' y.",'l errors, oxccnlve uno or tnbaceo oplnn " stlSi.
ulnnu.wUlcUljairtolnllrmlty.Coniuiuptlonor In.nnlir. Con V,o Tarried In
Tot porkct. Wliwrbnx.iWurllff, bf nnill prennl.l. With a order wa
ulvuwrlMrniiiiuriiiitelorurrrreruiiil lliu money. BolSbr aft
l,.r"l"'.'',- A'k '0r.k''"oJ",.'i. Write fnrlreeMuaieal Hook SSntsAftJ