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THE ArXHaATk? MOJ&fcNXIVO COURIER
bUHIBR PUBLISHING 60.
r. Momton Smith,
4nM Office ICUNHlrpot.
TIRMt OP SUMORIPTION:
na Coohim, nm jrrnr In luhmtcn K W
The Ctiurlrr run ll Kounil lit
CWnco1n Nowb Stand.
Wlmior Hotol Now Stand.
Caivltal Hotol Nown Stand.
lie! Dmlo Cigar Store, 1020 O St.
JBd. YounR, l'-W O St.
Loiaeon, Flotchor A Co., 1130 O St.
looro'i Nown Stand, 118 So. 11th jit.
IWiKR OITIco, ll.'M N St.
Kltt EMlRn.917 So 11th St
VKRY I.UOHK KXAMINKH.
i tho publication of tho artlcloB in
ek'a Count k.u concerning UanH
Iner Urimtira connection wuu
r, and tala oulpabillty in unfolding
ik and ita oltkera when ho know
srn waa rotten to the core, thoro
n a ueclueu agitation oi wo
fot Mr. Griffith's tltnoaa for tho
i holds, and vigorous atopa havo
jeen taken to secure his remov-
nice. It is altogether probable
Couriku'h disclosuros will bo
Iby decisive action on tho part of
trailer of tho currency, unless
nenco which has thus far uphold
knd which embraces powerful
banks. Ex-United States Sena-
idock, Convict 0. W. Moaner, 'and
Iter cohorts generally, Is strong
i to counteract the atronuoua pro
outraged public against what
i to be criminal complicity, and
nuat be either that, or childish
koe. in either event ma removal
stive, if the comptroller Intends
f examination of national banka
state shall be what tho law In-
I should be.
half of the interesting things
Griffith's connection with tho
National bank deal have boen
?e leave this, for the present, to
ae light on other evidences of
ifflth'a unfitness for this most lm-
t position; and we believe that a
1 of the article that appears else-
lln this Issue of Thr Coukirr will
It apparent, beyond all cavil, that
iptroller of the currency must, in
to himself , tho government, and
i of the people of Nobraska,
i Mr. Griffith and appoint somo
Ihla place who would be a proper
Innin In his Washington corres-
in Monday's Journal states
all probability Mr. Griffith will
lined in office. The same dispatch
red the intelligence that ex-Sena-
ck waa in Washington. It
; require any particular perepic-
Ito see that the ex-senator, becom-
aed, k once more at work In
Iriffith's behalf , and that he Is us-
'former private secretary, Mr.
n, to throw cold water on the move-
In this state to secure Griffith's
Paddock la particularly and
ausly Interested in Mr. Griffith.
swing Thr Courier's articles last
the News makes this vigorous
time thVCanital National bank
i are stirred anew more stench and
m comes to the top; but that
at prevent persons from keeping
in. In fact, before this bus!-
i entirely settled the people of Lin-
may yet, have a chance to take a
m at who compose mis powenui
nee that has prevented the admin-
Itkm of juatice in this bank affair.
may in the near future learn why
i that Bank examiner urimin vio-
his aworn duty in allowing the
lag of depositors to go on under his
1 nose II he ulu not Know it was go-
i he should havo been removed for
iDotencv: It ho ho did ho should bo
sved and punished for his tacit com
ity. They may learn, too, why the
examiner anoweu tne uanx to
the notes of the two Moaners.
It and the bogus Western Manu-
turtng company largely in excess oi
1H7,'I thorn has been u gri'itt change, autl
who will say that our ability to overooino
difficulties such us now confront tin in
not much greater than It was then?
Recuperative power Is closely allied to
those very things in which there Iiuh
been such a marked advance. In recent
years, and It must follow, naturally, that
It will not take this country, with its
commercial fervor, and Hh millions of
now stagnant capital, as long to recover
nml regain Its normal condition an waa
tho caso twenty years ago. American
activity and restless enterprise havo
never had such n guiigu before, and the
contest will arotmo the mettle of the
American pcoplo as it has never yet
been nrousod. Piles of Idle money will
add it powerful stimulus to tliln move
ment, and prosperity will, it would seem,
bo icgitlnod, not by n sudden bound, but
by rapid strides. All of the elomnnts of
prosperity nro at hand; tho implements
for its acquisition are perfected as they
have novor boon bofore, and two or threo
yoars Is n longer poriod than is neces
sary for tho return of good tlmee so It
sooms to us.
OANIHDATKH KOI I TIIK tllTV COUNCIL,
Thoro continues to bo much talk of a
so-called citizens movement, and wo
onco mnro tirgo UKn tho republican
party, for its own protection and for tho
good of tho city, to inako a spociul otTort
this spring and nomlnato, for tho city
council, men who are known to bo spe
cially fitted' for this imiortunt position.
It looks very much at tho present tlmo
as though the nominees would bo of tho
samo stripe as horotoforo, mon who have
pulls as politicians, but who havo not
much standing as business men; mon
who think several times of their own in
terests ovory time they think onco of
tho wolfaro of tho city.
The ofllco of councilman is by far .ho
most Important In tho city, and too much
caro cannot bo taken In tho selection of
As a rulo tho mon who want this oilico
are not tho mon who Bhould bo nomi
nated and eloctod.
Lincoln wants more economy in tho
administration of city affairs, lower taxoa
and more efficient Borvlco.
The republican party can proposo and
elect men who will bo all that council-
mon ought to be. '
Thk meat tagger at Nebraska City
and tho postmaster at Lincoln wero ap
pointed at about tho samo tlmo, and it
la asserted that the administration un
derstood that both of these appointees
wero republicans. Developments havo
shown conclusively that tho moat taggor
la all right; but it is Bald that Mr. Clove
land is aomowhat disappointed to And
on investigation that Mr. Hurloy is not
what might bo callod a thoroughbred
republican. Ho used to bo; but ho has
wavered in recent years. However, it is
not thought that Mr. Harley will bo re
moved because of his appuront leaning
toward democracy. Tho president has
been assured beyond all poradvorituro of
a doubt that Mr. Harley is us good a re
publican as anybody, excepting that ho
is a little democratic in his vIowb on tho
tariff question. But his republicanism
is as good as Gresham's and Wa no Mc-
Veagh'a and scores of other republicans
favored by this administration, anl ho
will doubtless attain high favor in Mr.
Cleveland's eyes. Verily, it is a good
thing to be a Boft shell republican under
a Cleveland administration.
It la.a little too early yet to pass judg
ment on the effect of Mayor Weir s mor
al crusade. It will take several weeks
to determine whether his effort to puri
fy the city will bo successful to the ox
tent anticipated by the most hopeful of
tho mayor's friends and advisors. What
ever may bo the outcomo tho mayor cun
not contend that ho has been hindered
in his course by tho nowspuiors. Tho
latter havo rendered him ovory posslblo
assistance, and havo made his work
much easier than it otherwise would
In December, January and February
thoro was just ono business failuro in
Lincoln, and that was comparatively in
significant, and tho business will, no
doubt, bo adjusted in such a manner
that tho proprietor can shortly resumo
operations on his own account. Lincoln,
from the first stages of tho depression,
has done exceedingly well, and it is
keeping up the record.
LONG WILL WK HAW TO WAIT
TMK XKTUHN Or GOOD TIMM?
r. Dawes gave Thk Courier readers
Interesting- and instructive discus-
i of financial panics last week. Argu-
;from the experience of the paat,
eh is generally a good way to argue,
leame to the conclusion that it will be
I years before the country will see
turn of what might be called "good
,tt faunu tnm that Ur. rllWM
oka one important point. Since
I this country has made a very ma-
I advance. In every department of
oial and industrial activity there
m been an unparalleled development.
kvwttion has quickened progress and
rriae waa never ao aeute as now.
Latter the paaio'of 1173, it took a num-
r of yean to bring a return of proa-
i It neosssarily follow that
i Maprovemeat following the depres
of 1KB which, in a steamiM, still
will be equally alow? There
in power of the United State
l exhibited atthe,eoseo( tbeoivU
a the' world c never saw a like
f reoovery. Waee IMS and
compliment on 1 lit sermon he preached
O.tr. llrst of Mareli ditTereth from an
other llrst of March in glory.
Hank Kxaminkic Ouii'iitii Ih
technically known iih a cuckoo.
Why pay exorbitant pricca for up
holstering when HoMiHchlld does llrst
cIiihr work at low ratea; I'JO North 12th
treet. llurr block.
TexiiH (Hiints take tho Missouri
i route. City ticket otllce 11201 O
WhitebrnaHt Coal and Lime Co.
Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and
(lock Springs coal at the Whitebrcaat.
For California take the Missouri
Pucllle route, via southern route.
Canon City and llock Springs con
nicely screened at Lincoln Coal com
Now is tho time to take a trip to Flor
ida via the Missouri l'aclllu route. City
ticket olllce 1'2()1 O streot, Lincoln, Neb.
All ladies prefer tho Lee broom.
Hotallng &, Son are selling Wash
bron .V Crosby Superlative for gLUTt
per sack; also 2Tc California can fruits
for 15c. Honey Dow can goods at ITkj,
These are wonderful reductions in prices
but tho times demand it of us. Store
1425 O stroet. Tel. 010.
licit NuiMir iiikI llent MiiKiixhie,
For ono year's subscription to tho
New you can got the Cosmopolitan
magazine a year free. Tho best news
paper in Lincoln and tho best tnagazlno
published for tho prico of tho New for
Tourists rates to Florida via tho Mis
souri Pnolllc route on salo now. City
ticket oilico 1201 O streot, Lincoln.Noh.
Canon City coal
Coal and Lime Co.
at tho WhUohrcast
For St. Louis tako tho Missouri
Pacillc route City ttckot office 1201 O
Tim llt-nt I.HUiidry
Townsond itPlamandon proprietors, 2208
O streot, tolephono ("70.
WliHt We Itellevo ItiventliriUlnit Dritlreil
Wo bollovo tho gonorul equipment of
tho ontiro North Western lino system,
7,001 miles, is unequalled in this coun
try; that it has tho best road bed and
best system of safety appliances west of
Chicago as good as uny east of Chica
go; that It is, us tho trains run, tho
short lino to Chicago, Milwaukee etc.;
to St. Paul and north wost and to Dlack
Hills towns, That it carried tho great
est number of people to tho world's fulr,
and without an accident to anyone
Perhaps you begin to think wo uro stuck
on tho North Western lino? Wo uro
and want you to know it, and Bay you
would bo too, if you UBod it. Try it.
Correct information as to routes, rates,
oto., supplied cheeritllii.
W. M. Sltll'MAN, A. S. FlUUH.NO,
Gon'l Agt. City Tkt. Agt.
lift) O Sheet.
At a time when couponism has boen
ramoant among the newspapers of this
city Thk Courier has adhered closely
to legitimate' newspaper methods, and
we believe we can make as favorablo a
ahowlng of progress during this period
as any of our coupon ridden contem
poraries. Thk career of Erastus Wiman reminds
us that the man who writes most glibly
of the "Chances of Success'.' isn't always
the man who is best qualified to discuss
that subject, and that, generally speak
ing, the man who gives tho most advlco
la the most in need of that which ho
Cheap Kxvnriloim to tlm Houtli.
On tho following dates January 10,
February IH, March 20 und April 21,
tho D. & M. will sell round trip tickets
at ono faro to points in southern Mis
souri, Arkansas, Tennessee. For full
information regarding routes, stop
overs, limits, etc., cull ut H. t. M. dopot
or city office, corner O and Tenth streets.
G. W. Bonnkm.,
O. P. & T. A.
Via tho Missouri Pucitlc On the
second Tuesday in December 180.1
Januury, Fobuury, March, April und
May 1891 tho Missouri Pucitlc routo
will sell round trip tickets to all stations
in Texas with tinal limit to return in 30
duys from dato of sale. Stop over uro
allowed in Arkansas, Texim and Okla
homa, Now Moxico and Indian Terri
tory. Como und tako a trip to tho
south. Phil Damklh, C. P. &, T. A.
1201 O street.
Ilulf I tales li Txm.
January 0,Foburury K), March l.'i, April
10,.t May 8, 1891,tho 1$ & M will sell excur
sion tickets from Nobrusku und Kansas
stations to points in Texas ut ono furo
for tho round trip. For tickets und full
information regurding limits, stop-overs,
etc., cull ut I). & M. depot or city office,
corner O and Tenth streets.
G. W. Bonhkll. C. P. & T. A.
Thk insurance companies of the coun
try, and what our contemporary calls
the "Insurance trust," will be visibly
asitated when it la learned that the
Newiot this city baa declared itself
againat the insurance business.
Wk ooMtratulate the Rev, Beall. That
gambler's kick waa the greatest possible
965 will parchuBO a first-clues ticket,
round trip viu tho Missouri Pacific routo
to tho Mid-Winter fair at San Francisco,
Cal., tickets good until July 10, 1801,
Can tako tho southern routo going und
return by tho northern route. For fur
ther particulars call on city tickot agent
201 O street, Lincoln Nebraska.
I. M. RAYMOND,
I). K. THOMPSON,
K II. IIUKNIIAM,
i). a. wiNti,
O. I'. lUNKIi.
24 AnlManl CaOiler.
IHrrrtiir I, M. Hiiyinond, K. K. llrowii, H.
II. Iltiriiliniii, I). K. IIhiiiiiihoii. I'. (I. Uiiwi'M:.
ii, Morrill, ,. j. tinwyir, i.mvm i
Mltln, O. M. l.nmlMirtiHiii I). (I
iitirnimni. (I, l', Knucoii
I .ti win (Iri'uory, K. W,
lllf, . w,
Fms. National iw.
O AND TENTH BTBKKTB.
. Surplus, $100,000.
B. 8. IIarwood, I'ri'Hlilnnt,
ClIAH. A. Hanna, Vlcu I'rmlilnnt.
F. M.Cook, I'lmlilrr.
O. H. I.ii't'iNt or r, .WlMmit Cualilor.
11. 8. Khekman, Arai.tillit (,'Hlilur.
JOHN II. WHIGIIT, Present.
I". II. Jolitucm, Vice PretiJenl.
J. II. McCI-AY, Cnsliltr.
JNO. A. AMItS, Al. Gashltr.
COLUMBIA II1L BANK
J. II. Wrlsht,
T. K. Hnmliira,
V. Ii. Dnyton,
F, K. JoIiiiboii,
J. i:. Hill,
II. P. I.m.,
J. H. McClay,
W. W. Hiiekiipy,
AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY OR COMMISSION
FOR THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
Ily ill llHiiilltiiii, hU 1 Horary oxocutor, with
tho C'j-oporntlmi of Ills family, mid fur Mr.
Illalno'a cotnploto works. "Twenty Yours of
Condons." ami his Intor iKMik. "Political DIs
ciihtIoiih." Ono iriHMctiis fur tin-Mo threo In'st
sollinu Uioks In tlioumrkntp. A. IC. P. Jordan,
ofMiiino. took D'J oiilirt hum llrot III) mils;
iikoiiIs inolltVllMI.no. Mis. Ilallanl.or Ohio,
iiMik l" ofili'iH, III Seal KiimhIii, In oi o din ; iirollt
iao.31. P.. N. Ilii-c or MiisvnrliiiHi'tls, took L7
orilcis In two dajKi profit $I7.'4.T. .1. Part
riilito. of Mnlno, took 4.1 onlors from :KI calls:
prollt 7.,J.3.. i:... Piilnii-r, or North Dnkotii,
took Moritoii in :i (hi) s; iirollt fllil.'JA. Kxclu
sli 1'inllMx uirti. If oiiihloiiiiiki)liitKa
iiionc.v. rili' niiini'dlati I) for turms to
THE HENRY Bill PUB. GO.. NORWIGH.CONN.
IE IND NERVOUS DISEASES
Are Just as Curable as Other Diseases.
Trcatod oxcluslroly by
lilt. I.KOMIAHIIT, Lincoln, Neb.
ornci uir o sr.
HOUBt a TO t DAILY
Unilor now mnniiKcmont
lAXTON, IHII.KTT & DAVKM'tUtT,
Special attention to state trade, guoet nnd
commorclal travelers. Farnam street electric
cars puss the door to and from nil parts of tho
FOR GHOIGE GUT
WEDDING AND FUNDRAL DESIGNS,
Special attention givon to tho grow
ing of now anil choice roHCH. CurnationR
and all kinils of greonlioiiRo jiluntH.
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On the open piano the cat 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 leys on the ends of
a broom. On the railroad they
tied her tight down to the track,
but the train cut the rope and the
kitty came back. Now out on
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 dard
Wc make boy s clothing up tough; sew 'em double with silk
thread, and guarantee them to stand rough treatment. They're In
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Capacity, 1,1500 baths daily.
Artesian mineral water is used.
Sopuruto accommodations uro provided for both'soxes.
11 Great Ilvingei Batlx
Holds about a quarter of a million gullons of Seu Green Suit Watnr
And ih nearly lRo feet long, 20 feet wide and 2to 0 feot deon
Its clour us a crystal, too, ' '
'riinro tt ft ar- nnnitit Ikniiniln 4 ..... .....1 a .
t..v..l.uliUiiD1iiiiii MHiMin, iuiiuiu hiui uiiiomutic neodlo buth in this de
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Are for trunsionts who do not euro to lonvo tho building after a buth.
Patients taking treatmont uso thorn also.
And many other diseases can bo CURED in tho Hot Sult'Dopurtmont
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Now wo'ro coming down to business.
Murblo walls, Mosuic ilotirs, rich Rugs, Carpets nnd DruporieB.
Great tiro pluces, ousy chairs und divuns. '
All sortB of buths uro given. Thoro is ulso a IiARHER SHOP
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