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THiED SATUKDAl? MORNING COtKTE&R
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60UUIBU PUBLISHING 60.
W. Morton 8mith,
Dcman C. Fox,
llualnesa Omen 13)10 HI root.
TBItMB OF BUDSOniPTION!
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Tin: fiimiHTMAH coiiuikh.
TiibCouhikk will bo irwued Friday
morning ooxt w ll,ul "'lvwrtlnorH who
dt'Blro to nvnll themselves of tlio opiHir
tunltlcH olTorod by tho Christmas
Countr.n should got tliolr copy In "H
curly In tlio week iih mbUIo.
TIIK I'HIIMC'M MONKV.
Tiik CouuiKit continues to receive tlio
very distinguished consideration of tlio
Which Ih all right.
Hut wo would suggest to tho oooplo
who aro rcsitonslblo Tor tho dally appear
unco of that paper that they nail a little
closor to tho fhoro of truth.
. For instance, when thoy pay that Homo
ldy uecUBod Kccno of "ntlltig HUo a
hog," thoy outfit to satlBfy themselves
that tho accused reully Bald that.
Ami ilmv nuuht not to Bay that Tiik
Couiiir.it "ripped tho city government
up ono sldo und down tho other on ac
count of 'Itn utter nud ImlefeiiBlhlo ex
tra vagtiHG,' " when Tiik Ouuhirii didn't
do any buoIi thing.
Wo have on sovorul occiibIoiib until that
tho tuxes of thU city aro too hltf i, and
liiRt vcolt wo Haiti that a lurgo iKirtlon of
tho money paid Into tho clly treasury Ih
thrown away In uboIcbb oxtrnviigunce.
And tho Jotinuilond Mayor Weir to
thocontrury notwithstanding, wo atill
maintain that tho taxeB aro too hltfi
and that much of tho public money Ih
Tho Journal Ib In u position to prollt
by tho clty'B oxtruvugunco, and it Ib not
surprising that It upholds that ox
travaganco. Who over heard of tho
Journal advocating economy or gonulno
Whatever Ib, providing tho Journal Ib
not a loser thereby, Is right, to our
morning contemporary, and it cheer,
fully throws its protection around ob
tablisheti custom, whothor tho custom
is right or wrong.
As for Mayor Welr-itdooBn't muko any
particular dlfforonco what ho Bays. Tho
mayor Ib Buffering from paroalB, or
something equally dreadful, and hU
remarkable manlfcBtatloiiB of ono kind
or another, in a paroxysm of rlghtooUH
Indignation over Sunday evening
sacred concerts at ono moment
and sheltering criminals tho noxt,
rising to tho height of supremo idiocy
and asking for suggestions from "clergy
men, professional men und others'BUs
pondlng hlB chief 'of pollco, rt ow
excusing municipal extruvagance, aro
not entitled to serioua condoration.
It's a pity, though, to have such a man
at the head of tho city government
Cities aro nearly always extravagant.
In Lincoln much, money is thrown uway,
not so much because tho city otllciuls
are wilfully extravagant, as because they
follow precedent, und become cureless
( in the disposal of tho city's money. No
one body or official is alone at fault.
Nearly every department of tho city is
eonduuted in Buch a manuor thut more
or less money is expended unnecessarily
and in tho course of tho your the little
leaks druin uwuy a very considerable
Officials iu this city nro. no worse
than those in other uluctB iu this re
spect, l'ubllo othciuls every whero look
upon public money, not bo much ub u
trust lund to bo expended in tho most
economical and judicious munuer, us uu
inexausiible mint, to bo tupped at will
for auy purpose.
The agitation that haabcon sturted in
this city Ib in tho interest of good,
ecouomicul government, und ulthougu
tho Journal will prububly coutinuo to
throw u wet blunket on tho lire ut
frequent intervuls tho embers will not
be extinguished, and in tho ueur future
important results muy bo realized,
Probably ninety-uino per ceut of the
people are iu favor of lower taxutiou,
and few will dispute the proposition
that a decrease in tho tuxes would not
necessarily lessen tho efficiency of tho
city government. Why ' then, should
not the taxes bo reduced?
XiiMCOLM ulwuys has a question of tho
hour. Just now it seems to be some
thing or other ubout the homo ot tho
friendless. We huvo endeavored to find
out what ull tho disturbance is ubout;
but we have not thus fur succeeded. It
it something highly important, though.
THE NEWS ANU CHKAP MONEY.
The lew$ Buys: "One ot the Urst
'principles of political economy teaches
that a large supply ot money tends to
lower 'interest, while wheu money is
sotuce rates go up."
' , Om of tketbst principles ot political
economy Ib common pence, and our con
tmniMirury should get down to flrBt prin
ciples when it iIIhciipbch tho money ques
tion, Tho AVte says: "Tin: Count kh, which
apKarfl to bo a worshipper ut thoshriuo
of gold, cannot uuderHtiuul what
botiolllH would accrue' to tho farmers of
Nebraska fioin an enlarged volume of
currency, and Ih evidently fearful that
by some hook or crook of legislation
wo may get a 'cheap' dollar.'
Wo eortalnly cannot understand how
an enlarged volume of currency, or tho
spurious kind advocated by tho AVit'd,
would accrue to tho tionollt of the fanners
of Nebraska. In Argentine llopubllu
there was a sudden Increase In tho vol
utin) of currency, and tho farmers and
everybody else were visited by tho most
direful calamity. Tho per capita was
large, but the money had lost Uh
stability! credit wiih destroyed and
overylxxly wiih poor.
The llrst consideration when it comes
to money iih a moans of exchange Is
quality- -then quantity.
A "cheap'' dollar would bo tho inevi
table result of freo silver, which policy
tho AYirn advocates. Tho country cuino
near enough to tho yawning chasm of
freo silver legislation during tho extra
session of congresH to make appiucnt
some of tho perils hidden therein.
Our contemporary saya that tho lirnt
principle of political economy tenchi-H
that a largo supply of money tends to
Why then, when tho banks of New
York City, and the llnanclal centers of
tho country, aro loaded down with
money, aro tho loaning companies
threatening to increase tho rate of In
terest? Tho Now will probably Bay that It Is
because there Ih not tho Hamecoutldence
that there wiih some months ago.
Exactly, and If congress should glvo
uh free silver what little conlidenco there
Ih left would bo knocked several times
higher than Ullderoy's kite.
There is little doubt but that the
country would bo llonelltted by an lie
creaso in tho volume of eunency, but
the increase must come along legitimate
Two halt dollars are not auy hotter
than ono whole dollar.
CONUUKHHMAN DllVAN Ulld tllO BO
called republican afternoon papers aro a
unit on tho money question. Ono of tho
papers also stands with liryan on the
tariff question, nnd the other hasn't any
opinion, either way, on this subject.
lint thoy aro republican paiiere, with a
big expressive It.
IIHK V()H HKIllKMHKM AT IIOMK.
Tho princes und duken and lords und
counts who have married Amoricui)
holrcBBCB have, with scarcely uu excep
tion, boon dutrngoouR Bcoundrels or
Tho princes huvo been paupers, tho
dukca donkeys, tho lords lolly-pops und
tho counts contemptible cuds, or
Without honor, conscience, honcBty
or reputation, and beBtnlrchcd with the
mire of tho moral rottonuesa in which
thoy huvo wullowed for yours, with
mountains of debts und not one cent of
money, they huvo won Amorlcun hoireHB
es with tho glitter of the coronet, und
tho fuBoinutkm of tho title.
Nuturully thoro Iiub been very little
huppincBB und much trouble in these
ill-ussorted mutches. Just now the
newspapers uro f ull of their woes. Tiik
Coukikh this week tolls tit tho tribula
tions of some of tho more notublo of
hoso Amorlcun girls who huvo dropped
their money into tho lup of tho titled
foreigner, und oxchunged happiness for
df American hciroBees insist on marry.
ing paupers, und puylng off tho dobts of
scupegruco husbuuda, it would be much
oetter ull around it they would throw
themselves into tho urms of Amorlcun
tUBtcud of foreign trumps.
To bo Buro thoy could not Becuru u
tltlo this way; but they would not 11 ml
in tho Americuu puupcr-gontlomun tho
distilled csBonco ot untold centuries of
disblpution und vico there would bo
some liopt ot reformation.
And then tho mouoy would bo kept
ut homo. And being rluht on tho
ground tho mother-ln-luw might bo ublo
to exerciBO more iutluencn on tho young
Then if mutters ctimo to tho worst, it
is much eusier to obtuln u divorce hero
than in Europe.
So thut thoro is every reason why tho
Amorlcun heiresses should, it thoy per
sist In marrying paupers, devoto them
solves to the indigent umong their own
Uivo tho Amorlcun genteel trump u
chuuee. l'uy off Americuu, instead of
European debts. Keep our Americuu
girlB uud their money ut home.
Tub people who will celebruto this
Christmus on uu' empty stomuch und
minus overcouts, should tuke uoto ot tho
fuct thut tho coming holiduy will bo u
geuuiue demociutlo Christmus.
Pkople who liko to live whero there
is somethiug going on should go to South
,m i . i i !! i ii i
As tuck goes on we are moro und
more puiued to observe thut O rover
Cleveland apparently pays no heed to
the declaration in the Call uddressed to
him. It the whilom genius ot the Call,
one Falrbrother, wero still running thut
paper, and Mr. Cloveland woro to refuse
to notice what was directed at him, he
would call tho president
Mean - .lLt
Htuck.up thing ).r$
Ho could reach
Hlap his face.
Tiik ForrlH wheel
him taken up
iu Mayor Weir's
Hlilo ly kIiIo t hoy roolwi u
AiiilMrnJt'tlincli otlmr's curls (
Hut stupid i'MiiimI tlmlr lo o, unit Hat.
lice in if" llii'jr ImiIIi wo to tiltls.
The lulliienco of religion is a bettor
teiichor of putlenco and forbearance
than the drama. Vcu never hoard a
man kick at tho size of a woman's hat
IttiiK r Intrrrnt lHtli-riMl IMirhiK '"
'Creator sells over 110 kliidB of coal.
WlHTKllHRAST COAL AND UMB
All kinds of coal. Irester's 11! 11 O
Lincoln Coul company eaters to tho
WIllTKHUIOAST COAL AND LIMK
David P. Sims, dentist rooms 42 and
I!) Hurr block.
Joclcoll llros. Tailors, 110 north Thlr
For California take tho Missouri
Pacific route, via southern rotito.
M. L. Trester can suit you on coal if
any dealer in Lincolucan. 1211 O street.
For Texas points take tho Missouri
Pacillc route. City ticket olllco 1201 O
For all social doingH tho Nebraska
state baud or orchestra Ih what is
ulwuyB most desired.
No such line ot canned fruits in tho
city as shown by W. A. Collin & Co., llll
South Eleventh street.
Call and see samples of Ruby anthra
cito irU80, ut tho Whltebreast, and you
will bo sure to buy a ton.
Pay 50 cents, get u china cup und
cancer free, and send Tiik Couisiku to
some distant friend for three months.
For dances nnd outings there is no
sue) music in Nebraska us that supplied
by tho Nebraska state orchestra.
Never order un invitation until you
huvo Been tho samples of tho work lone
by tho now Courier Publishing Co.
Tho Lincoln Coal company, 1015 O
Btreot, handles all of tho very best
grades ot nnthrucite uud bituminous
For rates uud open dates of tho Ne
braska state bund or orchestra apply ut
the Couitir.it ofiloo, llltl O street, tele
Jockoll Bros, now tailoring establish
ment, 110 north Thirteenth street nea
tho Lansing is tho populur resort for
Why pay exorbitant prices for up
holstering when Rothschild does tlrst
cIubb work ut low rates; 120 North Pith
troet. Burr block.
Via tho Missouri Pucitlc On the
second Tuesday in December 1893,
Junuury, Fobuury, March, Ap-il und
Muy 1894 tho MisBourl Pacific route
will sell round trip tickets to till stations
in Texas with rlnul limit to return in !W
days from duto of sulo. Stop over are
ullowed in Arkansas, Texas nud Okla
homa, New Mexico und Indian Terri
tory. Come und tako n trip to tho
south. Phil Danikls, C. P. & T. A.
1201 O street.
Irurnt'M Cniinot Ho Cured. '
by local upirficutions us they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho ear.
There Ib only ono way to cure deafness,
und thut is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caUBed by un inilumed con
dition ot tho mucouB lining ot tho Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you huvo u rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, und when it is en
tirely closed, deafness is the result, and
unless tho inflammation' can bo taken
out und this tubo restored to its normul
condition, hearing will bo destroyed for
ever; nine cuscs out ot ten uro cuuscd
by catarrh, which is nothing but un in
ilumed condition ot tho mucous sur
faces. Wo will give $100 for uny case ot
deafness (caused by cuturrh) thut can
not bo cured by Hull's Cuturrh Cure.
Send for circulars; tree.
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
HTSoId by Druggists. 75c,
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
Th only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Million! of Homes 40 Years the Standard
,?iHnV." l I
Mr. L. D, JTamlcn,
Of Ansuita, Mo., says i "I do not remember
whan I began to tako Hood's fiarjaparlllaj It
vtva several yean dro, nml I tiavo found It does
mo a groat aval ul cuoa m my Uecllulng years.
I am 01 Yoars
3 montlii nnd SO days old, nml my IicalUi Is per
fectly uooU. i liavo no nclici or pains about me.
regulates my bow'els. stimulate my appetite,
nnd help we to ulcrp well. 1 doubt If a
reparation over was undo no well suited to
Ilia wants of old prattle.)' I,. U. IIamlxn,
Klin Btreot, Augusta, Me., Kept. SO, 18U1.
HOOD'O PlLLS r mllJ, cntU, painless,
ale and efficient cithtrtlc. Alwaji rslUble.
Nicely decorated in all shancH und
grades, at imiiukh thut command at
tention, Ih tho
AT 241 SOUTH I ITH 8T.,
The Retail Rooms ot
THE PH GOWfiH co:s
NEW CROCKEUV AND GLASS
WARE ESTa tiulSHMENT
Orders for special decorations and tho
replacing of broken pieces belonging to
dinner, tea or toilet seta uro, solicited.
Amateur decorated china to bo fired
and gilded received daily.
211 SOUTH ELEVENTH ST.
YOU MUST HAVE STYLISH
OUR FALL STOCK OF
OVE) R O OATS
Aro not Excelled in . .
Stylo, Fit und Quulity
AT MOST REASONABLE PRICFF.
HTJust call in and boo thom.ISs
F1SHEB s WflBFEL
llOO O Street
Wrlto to E. L. Palmer, P, A. Santo Fe Routa
Omalin, Neb., (or (re copy of Illustrated foldar
and the Tonkawa, Pawnea and KickapooIUser
vntlons, soon to be opened for settlement by tbt
U. 8. KoTcrnnir nt. llllllons of acres in tb fin
est iik'iicultural country under tbosun, waiting
to bo tickled by the husbandman's plowsbarai
this Is almost the last chance to obtain one of
Uncle Barn's fraa farm.
OMAHA'S LEADINO HOTEL
IIIA IIIGIIY, Proprietor.
Electric cars direct from Union depot pnss
the door. 14th and Ilnrnoy ats,, Omaha, Nub.
1 1 1 .
JlflR tgr be
FAMOUS SAGRIFIGE SALE
$U, 2.9, 83.98, lJFOUTIUMMED HATS.
$4M, $5.98. J WORTH DOUBLE THESE PRICES.
Quills 8c, Fancy Wings half price, Felt Hats, Sailors and shapes 10c.
The largest Ribbon Department in tho city, and prices to sell tho
goods. Wo must reduce our largo Btock, acknowledged to bo tho
best In tho west.
Rxclusivc Wholesalers and
If boys could lile Gupids
buttons nor, mendng 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.
III Ht'tiill Hturox.
Rudge Morris Co.
Fancy Rockers and Chairs,
Ioeather Couches and Chairs,
Combination Book Gases,
Ioadies' 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.
Btxd-g:e & Morris Co.,
given written ciinriinten to rurenr refund lh nonrr
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or saie in uacotu, dj u. v.uuu
0 and Twelfth
Retailers of Millinery Goods.
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.
1015-19 0 STEEET.
BE B0UND AT
Rfl ANHOOD RESTORED! MVXfJftSZr,
L'tiuruuii'iil ioiuruii.i!irrvuuUicuBt',uciitta Weak Meniorf. Lots oturatn
l'owtjr. lU'nrtaclie,Voko(ulnn, I.utt ManUood, Nlvlitljr Kmiitloos, Nerrout
ia'i,BllUrnliiuii(ll(i.(if uuwerlnUeueriillToGrimiia ot either sezcauied
DroTorexeriiun,ynuiniuirrrira, exceiiiTuusooi inuacco, opium or Slim
ulanti, which lend to Intlrinltr.Cnniuraptlon or lnanir. Can lie carried In
veu pocket. Ml nerlms.MturalA, lr ronll prepaid. WllliaSjA order wa
HnM h al
uruKHiiiB. ah ur'...IUBUivl.!ilJ.r-Jini5 ."riri'i. jtimumi iiuok aonipeai
ana w.n. uuuiiAKMUtiu.uruggisM.
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