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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1895)
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5 WITH family of us, and
)S'S'Ss' tle number is
being increased rapidly. The
people of Nebraska -ire divided
into two classes, those who take
and those who do not. The
former constitute the family.
You can get in a
by paying two g sJT
dollars per year. g
Watch for the name
LINCOLN ICE CO.
They have no pond ice. 1010 O street
AT $1 00 ER DOZEN
ijj ;ny part of the Guy,
PHONE 1ST. I 1 7 N . 9TH STREET.
$5 TO CALIFORNIA
It mr Sleeping Car Rata on thePhlllipaBoek
Island Tourist Excursions from Council Blafls
Omaha or Lincoln to Los Angeles or Saa Vna
cisco Tiatbn Scenic Route and Ocden. Car
leares Dei Moines eyery Friday, and slsepiac
car rate from there is $3.50.
Ton hare through sleeper, and the PMJUmt
manjement has a special agent accompany tM
excursion each week, and yon will sare Bin y
Kd hare excellent accomodation, aa the eaia
re upholstered spring seats, are lillaw
build, and appointments perfect.
Address for full particulars,
JH0. SEBASTIAN, G. P. A. Chimp.
OHAS. KENNEDY, Gen. W. Fanu A.
O. A. RUTHERFORD. O. P.4T.A.
1045 O St, Cor. 11th, Lincola, Nek
When wanting a clean, easj share
or an artistic hair-cut, try
S. F. Westerfield
THE POPULAR TONSORIAL
who has an elegant barber shop
with oak chairs, etc., called "Th
Annex" at 117 North Thirteenth
afreet, south of Lansing theatre).
IE HAS ALSO VERY HEAT BATH ROOMS,
I POINTS IN POLITICS
For Juiiuo Supremo Court
T. L. NOVAL. Seward Co.
For Regents University
C. H. MOKKILL. Lancaster Co.
II. L. GOOLD, Keith Co.
For District Judge.
0. L. HALL.
For District Judge
E. P. Holmes.
For District Judgo
A. J. CORNISH.
M. Al. COBB.
For Clerk District Court
SAM E. LOW.
For Countv Clerk
JOHN J. TROMPEN.
For Countv Judgo
S. P. COCHRAN.
For Superintendent Public Instruction
J. S. BAER.
W. S. SCOTT.
K. A. IIOLYOKE.
For Justices of tho Peace
L. A . M'CANDLESS.
E, E. SPENCER.
R. D. SPELTS,
A. M. BARTRAM.
For Sanitary Trustee
P. W. HOWE.
Within the past few dajs the man
agers of the republican campaign have
been closing up the lines and making
the laet preparations for the battle of
next Tuesday, and from the information
obtained from reliable sources now in
the possession of tho committee there is
every reason to believe that th entire
republican ticket will be elected.
Of course, no one questions the elec
tion of all of the republican candidates
save Low and Trompen. The populists
and democrats at first tried to make it
appear that Judge Tibbetts had a show
of re-election, but this talk has of late
been abandoned, and it is now conceded
that he cannot possibly be elected.
Lately many populists have admitted
that Mr. Baker's prospects are not
flattering, and there is, undeniably, a
feeling that his cause is hopeless not
withstanding the almost superhuman
efforts that have been made in his be
half. It has Beemed to an unprejudiced
onlooker that in the last week or two
there has been a concentration of ef
fort on Miller to the manifest disad
vantage of the populist candidate for
clerk of the district court.
Never before in tho history of Lan
caster county has there bfen such a
desperate effort to elect a candidate.
Mr- Miller, as a campaigner, has ex
hibited a zeal born of desperation. He
has done such things and said such
things that the people have wondered
greatly at his versatility. Like many
another smooth man he has over-reached
himself, and it is probable that in try
ing to do too much he has weakened in
stead of strengthened his cause. Mr.
Miller, by some means, has secured the
mare or less active co-operation of prom
nent republican B. & M. officials, and
this has not helped him with the rank
and file of the people who are disposed
to look with suspicion upon a coalition
between a demo-pop office holder and
republican railroad managers. It is
also no secret that a certain bank in
this city is taking a considerable inter
est in Mr. Miller's candidacy, and this
fact, while it may help him with some
people prejudices him with others. It
is pointed out that Mr. Miller has rapid
ly evolved himself from a plain citizen,
with a decided leaning towards what is
known as tho common people, into a
scheming politician with strings that
lead directly into the bnck rooms of
banks and the private oflice of railroad
managers. Mr. Miller was elected in
tho first placo by men whose chief ob
ject was to rebuke this sort of manipu
lation which tho demo pop candidate is
now engaged in.
Both Mr. Miller and Mr. Baker have
shown an agility in straddling pint
forms and parties; in being all things to
all men, in being farmers to farmers,
and .workers to workers; in wearing
tho badge of prohibition in ono camp
and tho insignia of personal liberty in
another; in carrying a pitcher of cold
water on one shoulder and a mug of
beer on tho other; in appealing for
votes on every conceivable plea known
to tho fecund mind of the most crafty
of practical politicians; in subordinat
ing every consideration of political con
sistency to privato and personal desiro
for gain. i. e., office, that havo surprised
and dumfounded tho most experienced
political roustabouts in this county.
Theso two gentlemen have taught a les
son in practical politics that will long be
remembered. Tho result of it all is
awaited with the keenest interest.
A conservative estimato gives Mr.
Low the election by from 1,000 to 1,500
votes. It is thought that Mr. Trompen
may fall below this figure, but few re
publicans are willing to admit that his
plurality will fall below 800. It is
figured that conceding most of the
claims of the opposition, Mr. Trompen
will conio to the city of Lincoln evenly
matched with the demo-pop candidate.
That being the case his election is em
phatically assured. It is only a ques
tion of how large his plurality will be.
The First ward will probably go to Mil
Ier. There are good reasons to be
lieve that the Second ward wilt give a
small plurality to Trompen. This ward
can also be given to tho demo-pops for
the sake of argument. Trompen will
carry every other ward in the city, and
in three out of the five remaining ho
will have a very largo plurality. Many
sanguine republicans believe that Low
and Trompen will be elected by plural
ities ranging from ono to two thousand
and this is not improbable.
It can be said to the credit of the re
publican candidates that not one of them
has in this campaign made a hypocrite
or a demagogue of himself. Each
man has stood squarely on the record of
the republican party and has not claimed
to be anything but a republican. There
have been no appeals to populist or an
archistic prejuuice, no straddling of
parties or sentiment. The candidates
are without exception broad-minded,
liberal men, and they have not found it
necessary to vary their conduct or
change their convictions from time to
time as the occasion and surroundings
changed. They have strengthened the
republican cause by making the cam
paign simply as republican candidates.
They have not been compelled to an
swer any charges against their integrity
as men. It is conceded that all the can
didates are good republicans and good
citizens, and this fact is depended upon
to insure their triumphant election.
Trilby headache tablets is the best
for sick or nervous headaches. At
Rigg's Pharmacy, cor 12th and O st.
SOMETHING VERY NEW IN A
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BINATION OF WALKING, SNOW.
MUDDY-WEATHER AND LADIES'
muiiiLirj dilute fun tsALik uaIji
AT MAYER BROS.
Woempner for paints and oils, 139 S.10
Mandolins at lowest prices ever of
fered. New eoods. Crancer's Art &
Music Co., 1134 O street.
208 SO I I TH.
Acuto mid chronic cnaos treated with
iMHiimnro of miiccosm.
Languid tire restored to health mill viirur.
Tires blown up without pain. Wiml fruo.
Wo understand tlio iiiiatomy, phjsioloity
mill hjideno of wheels nnil uivi" liomii'o
patliicorallopatliictreatmiMit at individual
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sent on application."
BIGXGLES FOR REflT.
WHO LIKE GOOD EATING
ALL GO TO
BROS. MB 0
Fop ip jftonei?.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
HMHRTERS FOR WHEEL1EM.
COOPER'S ICE WAGONS
are the only ico wagons handliag
GENUINE BLUE RIVER Id
j Telephones 583 aad 1M
BLUE KIYER ICE
can only be had from tho wagons of
P. H. Cooper.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
1338 O Street. Telephone 237
By the Banker's Alliance of Oalitat
aia. Combined life and accident iaaatv
ance in the same policy or separata
lnauree either aex.
8. J. DENNIS,
Roeai i. 116 North Eleventh street.
Under new management
PAXTOIT, HULETT DAYZKFOKT.
Special attention to state trade, (nest aasl
merciai travelers, t arnam street eiacnss
pass the door to and from all parts of the
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