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About Saturday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1894 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1894)
"Tho Lincoln pnpem uro making Homo
ugly thrcatfl about Mr. John Clrlllltli,
our Htuto Imnk examiner, claiming that
ho in 'a full-Hedged member of tho
Mcmhor gting' Im'lmiumj ho Informed tho
public that tho iikhoIh of tho Capital Na
tional wcro in gcxid condition wlion thoy
woro not bo," Bay tho Omaha A'.wkiW.
"Now tho fi.rcchior has known John
(Jrilllth bIiicu ho wan a clerk in tliu
Omaha National. Ho Ib prolmbly bettor
known In Ouiuha than anywhere in tho
ntuto, uiiIcrh it bo IiIh homo at Wahoo.
Ho married a beautiful Omaha tfirl,
(hIiico tlcccuHod), MIhh Molllo King, a
nlcco of Lyman Itlcliunlnon, and ho Ib as
Htrnight anil conBclontiotma man im over
engaged in untangling tho complex pro
blems ot a bank. Hut wo really think it
boho;cB him to make boiiio tlefoiiHo
before tho Lincoln people, whono wrath
ngaliiBt tho bank Bwindlo HeeniH to wax
rather than wane, demand an invoBtigu
tion before tho comptroller. Any perBon
who Iuib looked into the methods of tho
national bank examiners knows that
thoy liuvo entrusted to them by tho
trcnBiiry otllcials a considcrablo amount
of discretion, which they aro to oxerciso
according to their judgment. An ex
aminer frequently runs across things in
a bank that, if reported, would bring
disaster, but, for tho correction of which
a reprimand is often quite sufficient. Mr.
Griffith undoubtedly went as fur as ho
could In tho Lincoln bank and thought
by oxerciso of a littlo patience all would
bo brought around. Ho was deceived;
that wns all. If tho diiectors, under
nfficors and clerks in tho bank were nil
blind, who were there daily, what could
be expected of an examiner who came
onco or twico a year to look over cleverly
An admission of tho statements con
tained in tho Mosher letter in Monday's
Journal would constitute tho strongest
possible argument why Hank Examiner
Griffith should bo summarily removed
from office. The letter writer says that
tho bank lost the following amounts:
Donuell, Lawson & Simpson, 827,000;
Marsh Harvester company, 875,000;
Small failure, 850,000; W.T. Scott, 8125,.
000; First National bank, Fairmont,
80,000; lost at York by roaBon of bank
failure, 850,000; Mindon loss, 8,000;
Albion loss, 80,000; Itiverton Exchange
bank, 87,500; Sherman County bank,
820,000; Uowick Hros. & Co., 87,000; F.
A. Faulkenburg,8.'l,000; Nebraska Manu
facturing company, 87,000; Ilailoy, 82,000;
J. It. Van Huskirk, 82,500; C. E. Luork,
88,000; Norton, Crafts & Co., 8:1,000; F.
A. Bridgford, 81.500; D. M. Turblin,
82,000; other small losses too numerous
to mention, 825,000.
Now will any sane man contend that
this enormous loss could havo been sus
tained by the bank unknown to tho
bank oxaminor, unlesB tho oxainlner waB
a hopelesB idiot? Tho letter writer says:
"Even tho clerks who worked upon tho
books wcro ignorant of tho condition of
tho bank." Vot some of the employees
testified beforn tho grand jury that they
know tho books and accounts were be
ing tumpored with, and ono of tho em
ployees had so littlo faith in tho insti
tution that ho worked for that ho would
not deposit his money in it, keeping it in
u tin lox of his own in the vault instead.
Hut Griffith, who is so fondly loved by
Mosher and Paddock ot al, and who is
ono of tho most incompetent men who
over hold public offico, did not know
that anything was wrong! Tho further
tho Capital National bank matter is
probed tho moro apparent is Griffiths
shamelesB cupidity or towering ignor
unco' Why aro such men kept in offico?
Tho following from 7'ornM Topien is of
some interest, Lincoln having a "smart"
llnancior that can rank with any of thorn:
"There is a natural Bontimout of sur
prise nnd Borrow in tho heart of ovory
sincere person when a man of tho ability
and great energy of Erastus Wimnn
does an act of hishonesty. Yet at no
time should this sentiment bo permittod
to develop into a feeling of sympathy.
I am convinced that tho people of today
are not sufficiently impressed nnd dis
gusted by tho irregular and criminal
conduct of men in high places. Wo
despise tho common thief that steals
bread as heartily as over wo did, but tho
capitalistic robber- tho important re
probate that stoals by tho wholesale is
vory ofton regarded with a tenderness
almost amounting to a regret that ho
should havo been found out. The
trouble is we havo got into a most
wretched and dangerous habit of deify
ing tho "smart" man. Tho foremost
rule in almost every business circle is
"Get there." Littlo emphasis is put on
tho necessity and beautyof beingstrictly
and perfectly honest. And if, in striv
ing to be brilliantly successful, a gifted
man is caught stealing, jou will tlud
decent people on all sides excusing him
on tho ground that his temptations wero
great and that ho overstepped but
slightly tho universal customs of modern
"Those of us that over stop to think
must bo continually shocked and do
pressed by tho madness for money that
possesses nearly every man and woman
wo meet. Where is It going to lead this
world to? Surely there Is no intemper
ance, no immorality In tho human raco
so degrading and dangerous as this
frenzy to win and have gold, More and
more is It warping tho truer nature of
mankind; more and more is it drawing
us away from tho rational and peaceful
mode of life which cements friendships
and family ties. I have more respect to
day for the worthless, shiftless ne'er-do-well
that desplseB money who cares
only to keep himself in whisky, cigars
and occasional food, and casts tho few
dollars he gains out of his hand as fast
as ho gets them- than I havo for tho
feverish, overwrought and raging money
getter, that will ride over his best
friends, and avail himself of every means
oven disreputable ones, to add to his
tlnauclal K)BBCBsions. Tho worship of
money is tho deadliest passion on earth
todaj. It is not condemned in any
place as it should bo. Tho pulpit is
almost dumb in the matter, and as for
fathers and mothers, the most of them
begin over tho cradle to convince their
children that tho tlrst and foremost of
all blessings is nionoy, Got it, they say,
and they say it in a way that nivalis, lit
erally, steal it if you cannot acquire it
"And so you Hud men being arrested all
over tho country men that aro bold,
powerful, victorious llnancicrs. Thoy
uro not common thieves exactly. Thoy
aro a product of tho times. The sound
nnd wholesotno doctrine of shnplo hon
esty wus never tuught to thoni. Thoy
wcro assured from their earliest infancy
that it was a disgrace to bo poor. They
found on going to work that money was
vory hard to got honestly, and very easy
to got dishonestly. They got it. At
last, however, they were discovered and
tho law took them in hand. And right
there is the one fortunate thing in this
wholo modern business. Tho law comes
to tho rescue ot heaven every little while
and stamps dishonesty as dishonorable.
Wo might never llml it out any other
way. For goodncsBsako lot us bo grate
ful and not sorry that the malefactois
are hauled up and pilloried. If we can
not learn from our parentsnndour social
associates that honest impecuuiousness
is picferablo to dishonest iitlluonee, I
hope tho law may prove it to us em
phatically and often. Wo should pray
that some iutlueni'o shall bo exerted to
draw tho business world back into legiti
mate grooves, where the "smart" man is
not gloritied, and forgery and blackmail
take rank beneath purity and fair deal
ing." Tho best way to avoid scalp diseases,
hair fulling out, and i remature baldness
is to use the best preventive known for
that purpose Hall's Hair Uerewer.
For Texas jKiints take tho Missouri
Pacific route. City ticket offico 1201 O
See that your tickets read via tho
Missouri Paciilu route to the Mid-Win
tor fair at San Francisco, Cul. City
ticket office 1201 O street, Liucoln.Neb.
Cuno.i City and Hock Springs con
nicely screened at Lincoln Coal com
Chi'iip KxcnritloliH to tin- Soiilli.
On the following dates January 10,
February 1.'), March 20 and April 24,
tho B. & M. will Boll round trip tickote
at ono faro to points in southern Mis
souri, Arkansas, Tennessee. For full
information regarding routes, stop
overs, limits, etc., call at B. it. M. depot
or city offico, cornorC and Tenth streets.
G. W. Uonnei.l.
C. P. & T. A.
What Wo Uelli'i--Iiivi'Ml(;itliii lelreil
Wo boltovo tho general equipment of
tho ontho North Western lino system,
7,961 miles, is unequalled in this coun
try; that it has tho best road bed und
best syBtom of safoty appliances west of
Chicago us good as any east of Chica-go;-
that It is, us tho trains run, the
short lino to Chicago, Milwaukee, etc.;
to St. Paul and north west and to Black
Hills towns, That it curried the great
est number of pooplo to tho world'B fair,
and without an accident to anyone.
Porhups you begin to think wo uro stuck
on tho North Western lino? Wo uro
nnd want you to know it, und say you
would bo too, if you used it. Try it.
Correct information as to routes, rates,
etc., supplied vlucrfullji.
W. M. Smi'MAN, A. S. Fmi.niNo,
Gon'l Agt. City Tkt. Agt.
llll'l O Street.
Mlil-Wlnter I'u I r ItitlcH Art Douii.
The Burlington route is now selling
round trip tickets to Sun Francisco at
8X; one wuy 820.
Think of it! Four thousands miles for
less than 840.
For full information call at B. & M.
depot or city office, corner 10th and O
streets. G, W. Bonm:i.i.,
C. P. AT. A.
Ib injurious, but nothing gives strength,
and tones up tho stomach like a pure old
port wine. ' Royal Ruby Port," so called
for its royal tasto and ruby color, Is on
account of its purity, ago and strength,
particularly adapted for invalids, conval
escents and tho aged. Sold only in bottles
(never in bulk) while cheap wlno is sold
by tho gallon and gives a larger profit to
tho seller but less to tho user. This
wino is absolutely pure, and has the
ago without which no wine is fit to
use. Bo suro you get "Royal Ruby":
quart bottles $1, pints 00 cu. Bold by
J. II. HAWF-rlSY,
llth and O Kts.
I Written for 'I'm: Cmnitm.l
EfWEMlTATlONS todevlato from the
fjf truth riso before us constantly.'
jf And there are many times, as,
everyone knows, when a lie doesn't seem
to hurt anybody and when it mulics '
everything a gre it deal easier than If
the truth wero told. But most people ,
tell the truth when they can without
too much trouble, and theie aie 11 fowl
who do so at some cost to Miemselve. j
A certain person of my acquaintance,
however, has made a study of the habit
of prevarication. He has cultivated
whatever natural Inclination he hud
toward exaggeration or prevarication,
and tho result Is that ho is, apparently,
quite incapable of telling tho truth
about anything. I would hardly call it
lying, for lying seems to imply malicious
iiess, and 1 do not belieo he has a
malicious idea in his head. Probably it
is his desire to bo what some people cull
"smart" that prtinptBhiui to jockey with
tho truth. Ho Is one of those peculiar
beings whoso idiosyncrasies cannot be
readily accounted for. You cannot got
angry with him easily, for he is always
pleasant and ho has u habit of smiling
when he talks to you. Ho seems en
tirely innocent. Yet you know he is
sccrotly enjoying himself at your ox
ponso. Ask him how ho is, and If hois well ho,
will answer that he is sick. If he Is not
well he will suy that he was never better
in liis life. Ask him to do a certain
thing for you, and he will promise faith
fully, leaving you under tho impression
that ho is very much in earnest, and he
straightway dismisses the subject from
his mind. Ho goes In society; ask him
if he is going to this or that function,
and if ho does intend to go he will
answer ou solemnly that he will not be
there, and vice versa. It is usual!)
about small things that he exhibits this
propensity with particular zeal. He l.a
persisted in his coiuse so long that peo
pie havo stopped taking him seiinusly.
Nobody ever puts any dependence on
There's 11 jounggiil who has
gradually evolved hei self into a coquette .
She was, in her youth, a demuio little
maiden with an inclination to study and
a decided liking for tho domestic hearth
stone. An untowuid circumstance
caused her to leave school at an early
age, and with nothing in particular to
occupy her mind and surrounded by a
number of gay companions, with parental
indulgence, sho drifted into frivolous
wajs, and becoming frivolous she soon
developed into u coquette. Society
makes a good many people frivolous, and
frivolity seems to havo a direct bearing
on the ulTcctious, making them Highly.
Tho young lady is in many respects
charming. Her coquetry is not danger
ous. It is not followed fur enough to be
very serious. Something always occurs
to distract her attention, and the victim,
if he woro really in danger, readily
She hits two ideas, to have amusement
und a man, und us sho seldom is ublo to
bo amused unless there is a man in tho
immediate vicinity, sho may be said to
havo in reality but one idea, to havo a
man. She doesn't cure so much for the
man for tho man's individual sake- sho
hasn't any serious intentions. It doesn't
mutter very much who the ,111111 is just
so ho is presentable und good form.
Most any body will do. A man, not the
nun is what sho is looking for. And
sho has the valuable faculty of interest
ing herself thoroughly In tho man before
her for tho time being. Ho is made to
think that ho is making u distinct im
pression, nnd, uaturnlly.his susceptibility
increases, and the lady is correspond
Sometimes one man is not enough.
Sho must huvo two or three or half a
dozen. Girls havo absolutely no inter
est for her.
Sho probably never tried to inspire
love in any inuu and it is quite unlikely
that any man ever regarded her with 11
feeling of love. Her ideas do not extend
to that. She wants men to joke with
hor and supply merriment rather than
sigh for her und muke lose to her.
Properly speaking she is not a real
coquette. Sho has, however, so many of
tho coquette's littlo tricks of attracting
masculine attention than I can hardly
think of nn other term by which to
After uwhilo she will weary of tho
inasculino procession before her, and sho
will pluck one of tho pi.ssers by for
keeps simply because sho wants to set
tie down. Sho will make a miml 11 ti i 11
teresting wife und tho man who was
plucked will probably discover that tho
club is 11 nice, pleasant place.
(7V In' Continual,)
For all doruiiKeniont of tho throat and
luiiKB, Aer's Cherry Pectoral is the
speedtest and most reliable leinedy
Even in the advanced stages of con -sumption,
this wonderful preparation uf i
fordB jjreut relief, checks counhiiiK, and
All Indies prefer tho Lee hfomu, I
Mra. Anna Sutherland
Kalamazoo, Mich., ImJ swelllngi In tlio neok, 01
sii..- l'rora hor 10th x.
Goitre year, cainim 40 Years
walk two block without fainting. Btio took
And I) now frco from It nil. Hho has urged
many others to take. Hood's Barsnpnrllliv nnd
they havo also been cured. It will do you good.
HOOD'O PlLLQ Curo all Liver till, Jaundice,
tick IiomUcIis, bllloiuneti, lour itomach, naaiM.
Lkkkk wM TnintTk
maCAVtAI d, I HAUL MARKsV
CAN I OIITAIN A PATENT? For
Prompt answer and an honoit opinion, wrlto to
MlINN A: :o.,wnohnvo bad nearly fifty rears'
experience In tbe patent bunlnru. Comniunlca.
tlona iirlctlr confidential. A Handbook of in
formation concerning I'nlenta and bow to ob
tain them pent free. Alto cataloguoof tnocban.
leal ami clentlno bpoka rent free.
l'atcnta taken, through Jlunn A Co. reoelTfl
aiu'cml notice In tho Hcjntiilno American, and
tlmi arn brought widely before tbq public with,
out coat to tbe Inrentor, Tbla iDlonrtld piper,
iBiucd weekly, elesant ly llluat rated, baa by far tho
lariteat circulation of any nolontltlo work In tho
world. . SU a year, bampie contra tent free.
Uulldlna KdUloo. monthly. 11.60 a year. Slnulo
eoploi. 'ill centa. Kvery nuiuber contains beau
tiful platoa, in colon, and pliotonratiua of now
houtoa, with plana, enabling bulldore to tbow tbo
latcn dealini nnd aecure onotrncta. Address
MUNN Ic CO.. MEW YOIIK, 3 til lllloADWAT.
Or La Grippe, though orcnslonnlly opl
ilemlo, Is always more or 1cm prevalent
The bcHt remedy for thin complaint
Is Aycr's Cherry Pectoral.
"Last SprliiR, I was taken down ullh
La Grippe. At times I was completely pros.
(rated, nnd so illtllcnU was my lireallilnn
that my lircast seemed us If coiidiieil In an
Iron en (,'(). I proem ed a bottle of Ayi'r.
Cherry Pectoral, and no sooner had I Ih'imii
taking It than relief followed. 1 could not be
llovo that tho effect would bu ho rapid and thu
curo so complete. It Is truly a wonderful med
icine" W. II. Williams, Crook City, S. I)
Promptto act, sure to cure
INTERNA TION Ah
r.onniy avti-. DICTIONARY
A Grand Mutator,
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fessional man, and t-clf-viliicator
Sold tii All lltmkicUcrs.
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A VETERAN'S VERDICT,
Tho War Is Over. A Wolbknown SoU
dler, Correspondent nnd Journal
1st Makes n Disclosure
Indiana contributed her llioiisiinilsnf liravo
xoldlnrs to the war, und no state hour n liet
jerteeorcl In that lespeet than II dms. In
lltcinlnio It Is inpldly neipilrlim an
enviable jilnee. In unr and lllernliiio
Solomon Vewell, well known as u writer as
''Sol," has won an honorable position, Hur
lint tho late war lie hiihii inemlierof Co, M,
2d. N. V. Cuvaliy anil oMIio 1,11 li Indlanii In
fiinlry volunteer. Itcminllim mi Itnpoilntit
circumstance he writes us follows!
"Sou'ial of us old M'tcruiis hero nro usltin
llr Miles' IteslonilUo Nervine. Heart Cum
and Nerve und I, her fills, all of them nlvln
splendid satlsfaelloii. In fact, we lime inner
iis(mI temedles that eiiiiipain with llioin. Of
the fills we must say they ate Iho hestcom
liliiatloii of theipialllles leipllred In a prep
aration of Iholi-iialtue woliavetiver kiiiiwu,
We liiiMHiiiiin hill woidsof praise for them.
Tlieyuio thu otititrimtli of a new principle In
medicine, nnd tonu up the systoin wonder
fully, We say to all, try theso romedlea."
Solomon Vewell, Marlon, toil., Hoc. 8, 1891
These remedies aro sold hy nil ilriiKKlntH on
a positive gunrnnU'u, or aent direct by tho
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Klkhnrt. Ind on ro
eolpt of price, l perbnttlo, nIx bottles B,i)X
press prepaid, They positively contain neither
opiates nor daiiKcroiiN drug.
Scibmcf of Health
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. iU3r . iiJjlt tttVKicm J . ..ora
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far our prlio Riimo, " C n il Lucl.," nno)
n n New Homo Sewing Mnclilne.
1 ho New UomoSowins Machino Co.
ILL Se.0t5MJ?-lM'e. im-
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A. l- LR1SS,
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1111 O Stnut, Lincoln.
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'ni it )fr'-rM'
BEST OFFER EVER MADE
Every club of Ten Yenrly Sub
pcriborn will got ono nharu of 85,000.
JUvcry club of Flvo Yearly Sub
Bcriberri will got ono half a nliaro of
Tim number of uliarcH Ih fixed by
tho number of clnlm of ten that will
bo received by us from
Nov, 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894.
On an ollbr of 81, COO IiihI npring,
running tlireo montliH, ending .hum
30, 18i).'I, for chilis of five, each club
agent received 8l.fi!J in ciwli bexitleH
Iiih coiiuninriioim. That oiler wiih 8500
a month for three uiontliM.
Wo now oiler 81,000 a month for
five months, or a total of
$5,000 for five months,
beflidcH tho regulur conimisaiotiB, and
Guarantee 40 per cent. Gross Profit.
A full club of five or ten numt
como nt ono timo in order to shore in
Agcntfl may send nu many clubs o
thoy can raise within timo Bjiecilled
and enn have pnjicrH cent to any
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tho Largest, Uent, Clean, .Moral, Klu
vatlug Dollar NowsMi)cr for it family
favorite now printed in tho United
Stilton. Samplo copies free.
Shipped pure and unadulter
ated direct from the distillery.
Pronounced a pure and whole
some tonic-stimulant by the
medical fraternity everywhere.
Gives life, strength and happi
ness to the weak, sick, aged
If you cannot procuro It of your draiwiat or
liquor dealers, upon receipt of Jl.M) wo wl!l
express prepaid to any address a full quart
ample bottlo of Old Kile llyo or llourbon.
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For hiiId I '
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PHptH'inll.v, ut inoilointn jiriwHj
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