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HB jSA0rXJJIAl? MORNING OOXRIX&R
fjEST ffir jui
60UUIUH PUBLISHING 60.
W. Morton 8mith,
Beman C. Fox,
TERMS OF 8U1180RIPTI0N1
Thrrti Mnnllis '
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LINCOLN, NkHm DfOKMHMt 10, IBM.
TUT. C11IHINTMAH COIIIIIKK.
TiikCouiuku will l) IhhihmI Friday
iiiurnliiK 't wpoU, unci advertisers who
desire to tivall Ihoinmilvrn of tlio opjmr
tunlllM onVrwl by Urn Christmas
Oouuikh should net Uiolr copy In hh
curly lit the week iih iMirslblo.
TIIK I'llllMfH MONKV.
'f UK COUKIKII L'Olllllttll'H to rw'l'lvo tllO
very diritliwnlfihed consideration of tho
Which Ih nil rlKht.
Hut wo wouhl HUKKt'Bt to tho pooplo
who nro rcsironslblo for tho ilitlly appear,
aneo of that paper that they sail h llttlo
closer to tho shoro of truth.
. For Instance, when thoy nay that some
body uuctiscd Keono of "attlliK HUo a
hotj," thoy outfit to satisfy themselves
that tho accused really said that.
And they ouuht not to Bay that Tiik
CouitiKH "ripped tho city Kovornmont
up ono Bldo and down tho othor on ac
count of 'Hb utter and indefensible ox
trnvMKitnce,"' when Tiik Couiiieii didn't
do any bucIi thliiR.
Wo havoon Bovornl occasions wild that
thetnxi'Rot this city are too hlnh, and
last week wo Bald that a laro portion of
tho money paid Into tho city treasury Ih
thrown away In uboIcbh oxtravaKance.
Andtho JoHrmilnnd Mayor Wolr to
tho contrary notwithstanding, wo Btill
maintain that tho taxes aro too high
and that much of tho public money Ib
Tho Journal Ib in h position to protlt
by tho city's oxtravaganco, and it is not
surprising that It upholds that ox
travaganco. Who over hoard of tho
Journal advocating economy or gonulno
Whatever is, providing tho JoiirnciJ Is
not a loser thereby, la right, to our
mornlntf contomDorary. and It eheor.
fully throws Its protection around es
tablished custom, whether tho custom
is right or wrong.
Asfor Mayor WelrltdoeBn'tmakoany
particular difference what ho says. Tho
mayor is Buffering from paresis, or
something equally dreadful, and IiIh
remarkable manifestations of ono kind
or anothor, In a paroxysm of righteous
indignation over Sunday evening
sacred concorts at ono moment
and sheltering criminals tho next,
rising to tho holght of supremo idiocy
and asking for suggestions from "clergy
men, professional men and others," sus
pending hi chief 'ot pollco, and now
excusing municipal extravagance, aro
not entitled to serious conderation.
It's a pity, though, to havosuch a man
at the head of tho city government.
Cities are nearly always extravagant.
In Lincoln much money is thrown away,
not so much because the city oHlcialB
are wilfully extravagant, as becauso they
follow precedent, and become careless
in the disposal of tho city's money. No
one body or official is alone at fault.
Nearly every department of tho city is
conducted iu such a manner that more
or 'teas money is expended unnecessarily
and In tho course of tho year the little
leaks drain uway a very considerable
OJllclalB In this city nro. no worse
than those In other places iu this to
sped. Public otheialB ever) where look
upou public money, uot bo much as a
trust tund' to bo expended in tho inosl
economical and judicious manner, as an
inexauBUblo mint, to bo tupped at will
for auy purpose.
The agitation that baa been started in
this city is in tho iutorcst of good,
economical government, and although
tho Journal will probably contiuuo to
throw a wet blatiket on tho tiro ul
frequent intervals the embers will not
be oxtiuguished, and in the near future
important results may bo realized,
Probably ninety-nine per cent of the
peoplo are in favor of lower taxation,
aud tew will dispute the proposition
that a decrease in tho taxes would not
necessarily lessen the efficiency of tho
city government. Why ' then, should
not the taxes bo reduced?
economy Is common bimibo, ami our con
leiiiHtrnry should get down to llrnt prin
ciples when it discusses the money queH
Hon, Tho AVim Hiiyn: "Tnr. Cuuiiikk, which
appears to bo a worshipper at tho shrino
of gold, cannot understand what
bonelllfl would at'cruo to thnfnrmeiB of
Nebraska from an enlarged volume of
currency, and Ih evidently fearful that
by some hook or crook of legislation
we limy get a 'cheap' dollar.''
We certainly cannot understand how
an enlarged volume of currency, of tho
spurlouH kind advocated by tho AVirir,
would accrue to tho benefit of tho farmers
of Nebraska. In Argentine Ilepiibllu
there wiih a sudden Increase In tho vol.
iiiiio of currency, and tho farmorB and
everybody else were visited by tho most
dlieful calamity. The per capita wiih
large, but the money had loHt Hh
stability; credit wiih destrojed and
ovoryliody wiih poor.
The llrsl consideration whon It coiiich
to money iih a meaiiH of exchange Ih
quality- -then quantity.
A "cheap" dollar would bo tho Inevi
table result of free silver, which policy
tho A'cie advocates. The country caino
near enough to tho yawning chasm of
free silver legislation during tho extia
session of congress to make appaieut
some of the perils hidden therein.
Our contemporary hiijh that tho llrst
principle of political economy tenches
that a largo supply of money tondfl to
Why then, when tho banks of New
York City, and tho liuanclal centom of
tho country, aro loaded down with
money, aro tho loaning companies
threatening to increase tho rate of In
terest? Tho New will probably Bay that It Is
becauso there Ih not tho samocouildenco
that there wiih some months ago.
Exactly, and If congVesn should give
lis free silver what little conlldenco thero
Ib left would be knocked several times
higher than Glldcroy'B kite.
There Is little doubt but that tho
country would be lieuetltted by an in
creaso lit tho volume of currency, but
the increase must come along legitimate
Two half dollars aro not any better
than ono whole dollar.
paper, and Mr. Cleveland wero to rofumi
to notice what wiih directed at him, he
would call tho president
A . .
Htuck-up thing ' pq
And ' ih 44
llu could reach
Far enough, K
Hlap IiIh face.
: ' ' - g-
Tiik Korrls wheel him taken up
permanent lodglngH In Mayor Weir's
Hliln liy alilo limy coohiK snl
Anil strutted ticli iitlior's curia)
lltitntiililii'cniuil tlmlr luvu, nrul Hat.
lloommo I hoy Ixitli worn girl.,
The inllueuco of religion Ih a better
teacher of patienco and forbearance
than tho drainii. Ycu never heard a
man kick at tho size of a woman's hat
Mr. L. D. llamlcn,
Of Augusta, Mo., says i "I do not remember
when I began to tako Hood's Sarsaparlllai It
m soveral yean ago, and I li.ivo found It does
mo a great dual of uoodlii my declining yewi.
I am 01 Yoars
3 inonUii and 20 days old, and in health Is per
fectly good. 1 have no aches or pains about me.
re.TUt.itrs my bow'cls. stimulates my appetite,
nnd helps sue la sleep well. 1 doubt If a
preparation ever was nude no well suited to
tlio wants of old people." I.. 11. IlAMLIK.
Klin Street, Augusta, Mo., Sopt. SO, 18U1.
Conuiirhhman Hkyan and tho ho
called republican afternoon papers aro a
unit on tho money question. Ono of tho
papers also stands with Hryan on the
tarltl question, and tho other hasn't any
opinion, either way, on this subject.
Hut they aro republican palters, with a
big expressive R,
VHK FOIl HKlltKNSKS AT 1IOMK.
The princes aud dukes aud lords and
counts who have married American
heiresses have, with acarcoly an excep
tion, boon outrageous scoundrels or
Tho princes have bceu paupers, tho
dukes donkeys, tho lords lolly-tHqm and
the couutB contemptible cads, or
Without honor, conscience, honesty
or reputation, and besmirched with the
mire of tho moral rottenness in which
thoy havo wallowed for years, with
mountains of debts aud not one cent of
inonoy, thoy havo won American .heiress
es with tho itlltter of the coronet, and
tho fascination of the title.
Naturally thero has bceu very little
happiness and much trouble in theso
ill-assorted mutches. Just now tho
nowBpapora aro full of their woes. Tiik
Coukikk thiB week tolls of tho tribula
tions of somo of tho moro notablo of
heso American girls who havo dropped
their money into tho lap of tho titled
foreigner, and exchanged happiness for
If Amorican heiresses insist on marry
ing paupora, and paying otl the debts of
scapegrace husbanda, it would bo much
bettor all around it they would throw
themselves into tho armB of Amorican
instead of foreign tramps.
To be Btiro thoy could not securo a
titlo this way; but they would not iind
in tho American pauper-gentleman tho
distilled essence ot untold centuries of
dissipation and vice thero would bo
somo hopt ot reformation.
And then the mouoy would bo kept
at homo. And being right on tho
ground tho mother-in-law might be able
to exercise moro intluoncn on tho joung
Then it matters camo to tho worst, it
is much easier to obtain a divorce hero
lhau in Europe.
So that there is every reason why tho
Amoricau heiresses should, If thoy per
sist in marrying paupers, devote them
selves to tho indigent amoug their own
Give tho Amorican genteel tramp a
chance. Fay off American, instead of
European debts. Keep our American
girls and their money at homo.
IIiiiik r Intercut (lutlii-red During tlio
Trester sells over UO kinds ot coal.
W1HTEHUKAST COAL AND IjIMB
All klmlH of coal. irester'H It'll O
Lincoln Coal company caters to tho
W1UTEHKHAST COAL AND L1MK
David P. Sims, dentist rooms 4ii and
t!l Purr block.
Jockoll Hros. Tailors, 110 north Thlr
For California tako tho MisHourl
Pacitlc route, via southern route.
M. L. Trester can Hiiitjouon coal It
auy dealer In Lincoln can. 1211 O street.
For Texas points tako the Missouri
Pacitlc route. City ticket office l'JOl O
For all social doings tho Nebraska
state baud or orchestra is what is
alwiiya most desired.
No such lino ot canned fruits In tho
city as shown by W. A. Collin & Co., ll.'l
South Eleventh street.
Call and seo samples of Kuby anthra
cite W.80, at the Whitebreast, aud you
will bo sure to buy a ton.
Pay 50 cents, get a china cup and
cancer free, and send Tiik Couuikk to
some distant friend for three months.
For dances nnd outings there is no
sue) music in Nebraska as that supplied
by tho Nebraska state orchestra.
Novor order an invitation until you
havo seen the samples of tho work lono
by tho now Courier Publishing Co.
The Lincoln Coal company, 1015 O
Htreot, handles all of tho very best
tirades ot anthracito aud bituminous
For ratcH and open dates of tho Ne
braska state baud or orchestra apply at
tho CouitiKH office, ll.'tl O street, tele
Jeckoll Hros. now tailoring establish
ment, 110 north Thirteenth street nen
tho Lansing is tho popular resort for
Why pay exorbitant prices ror up
holstering when Rothschild does first
class work at low rates; 120 North 12th
troot. Uurr block.
HOOD'O PlLLS ro a tnllJ. ctutis, pilnlejs,
ssf and efficient cathartic. Alwaji rtUabls.
FAMOUS SACRIFICE SALE
$1.08, $2.98, 3.8,jj?01l TMMMEI) HATS.
$498, $5.98. J WORTH DOUBLE THESE PRICES.
QiiIIIh 8c, Fancy Wiugn half price, Felt Hats, Sailors and shapes 10c.
Tho ItugeHt Ribbon Department in tlio city, and prices to sell tho
goods. Wo must reduce our largo Btock, acknowledged to bo tho
best In tho west.
0 and Twelfth
Bxclusive Wholesalers and Retailers of Millinery Goods.
Nicely decorated iu all shapes and
griules, at imiiokh mat command at
tention, in tho
AT 241 SOUTH I ITH 8T.,
Tlio Retail Rooms of
T0E mUlR GQWHK GO.'S
NEW CROCKER.V AND OLASSi
WAHB KSTa liulSHMENT
Orders for special decorations and tho
replacing ot broken pieces belonging to
dinner, tea or toilet sets arq solicited.
Amatour decorated china to bo fired
aud gilded received daily.
1 1 ill! IIH
211 SOUTH ELEVENTH ST.
YOU MUST HAVF. STYLISH
Via tho Missouri Paciflc-On tho
second Tuesday in December 1803,
January, Fobuary, March, Ap-il and
May 1804 tho Missouri Pacific routo
will sell round trip ticketB to till stations
in Texas with final limit to return in '.)
days from Uato of sale, atop over aro
allowed in Arkansas, Texas and Okla
homa, New Mexico and Indian Terri
tory, Como and tako a trip to tho
south. Phil Danikls, C. P. & T. A.
1201 O street.
llrufni'S. Cannot llo Curvil.
by local applications as thoy cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho cnr.
Thero Ib only ono way to jure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition ot tho mucous lining ot tlio Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed j on havo a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, deafness Is tho result, and
unless tho inflammation' can bo taken
out and this tubo restored to its normal
condition, hearing will bo destroyed for
ever; nino cases out of ten aro caused
by catarrh, which ib nothing but an in
flamed condition ot tho mucous sur
faces. We will give $100 for any case of
deafncks (caused by catarrh) that can
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars; tree.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
BrSold by Druggists. 75c.
WW mjmB JHAT 6AN fiE B0UND AT
Lincoln always has a question ot tho
hour. Just now it seems to bo some
thing or other about the homo ot tho
friendless. Wo have endeavored to rind
out what all the disturbance is about;
but we have not thus tar succeeded. It
is something highly important, though.
TUB NKWB Aril) CHEAP MONKV.
The JVeti' saysi "One ot the llrst
principles of political economy teaches
that a large supply of money tends to
lower interest, while when money is
scarce rate go up."
Om ot tke tt principles ot political
The people who will celebrato this
Christmas on an' empty stomach and
minus overcoats, should take note ot the
fact that the coming holiday will be u
geuuiue democratic Christmas.
OUR, FALL STOCK OF
Are not Excollcd in . .
Stylo, Fit and Quality
AT M081 REASONABLE PRICFF.
EyJust call in and soo thorn,"1!
FISHER t WRRFEL
1130 O Street
5v (iTi c-ssV jU F'yl
If boys could lile Gupids with clothing dispense, what
worry 'twould save us as
well as expense! We'd
give one a collar, another
a cuff' which all the year
round would be raiment
enough. No sewing on
buttons nor, mending of rips would cause any grumbling
to pass through oUr lips But the facts are that you can
clothe the boys with good warm clothing with very little
expense right at the present time, and the ripping nor
coming off of buttons won't bother you if go to the right
place. They're made right. Boys underware, hats and
furnishings of all kinds at very low prices from now till
RECEPTION ROOM ON SECOND FLOOR.
i:i Iti'tull Ktttn.M.
1015-19 0 STE.EET.
Wrlto to E. L. Palmer, P, A. Bsoto Fe Routs
Oniitlm. Neb., for (res copy of Illustrated folds
and the Tonkawa, Pawnee and KIckapooR jer
vntlonu, soon to be opened fur settlement by the
U. 8. RiiTerumrnt. Millions of acres In tbe fin
est ak'rlcullnral country undor tbosun, sraitlof
to bo tickled by tbe husbandman's plowshare
this Is almost tbs last cbanoa to obtain one of
Uncle Sam's frsa farms.
OMAHA'S LEADINO HOTEL
IRA IIIGIIY, l'roprlclor.
Eli'ctrlo cars direct from Union depot pass
the door, lltli and Hnrney sts Omaha, Nub,
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
People who like to livo wbero there
is something going on should go to South
As timk goes on we are moro and
more pained to observe that O rover
Cleveland apparently pays no heed to
the declaration in tho Cull addressed, to
him. It the whilom genius ot tho Call,
J one Falrbrother, were still running that
Rudge Morris Co.
Fancy Rockers and Chairs,
Ioeather Couches and Chairs,
Combination Book Gases,
foadies' Desks, Office Desks and Chairs,
Side Boards, Dining 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 Bahing Dishes, Etc.,
Too Numerous to Mention.
ius-iiaa iv strgdt.
Tht only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Million! of Homes 40 Years the Standard
tVJ ANHOOD RESTORED! &&&?!&
iuummi't'ii loturoiul nrrviiCi.uicuB.utiiu Weak Motnorr, Lou of Drain
'owur.lleartocljo.Waliolulnun.LoitllanliOOil.Nliiblir Koinlloni. Nerioui
ivi,ulllraliiauuulir iiuMorlnUenerutlToOiviiin of cither sex earned
br overexertion, yu thrulerrnra, eicefsl(iunuf tobacco, orlutn orstlni.
iilant(,whlcblrnatolnrlrmltr.t'niumptlonor Intanltr. Can be carried la
)ri. ifiiv-Bw. tirrDi,ntur, uj njaii prepaw, wiitiasiJS order we
Iven written siiinriinfrn to cure nrrcfunil the Money. Sold brail
""'" . ".. ,:,"""Iru"riijiir iree sieaicai uooKsentsealra
InDlalnwniDDor. AUdri)XEUVEai:i;ut;o..Mukii,in'r,imni rum.A,.
lor sule In Lincoln, bj U. V. UltOWN and W. M. UKULAUMUUlt, Urujwlsts.
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