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IK If. tf.nYEHS, Vubliihtr,
Stmaoim'TioN. Sl.oo Pwt Yeah.
FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1804.
Tlio supreme court has just passed
on an important question in connect
ion with tlio operations of tlio lUirl
ington volunteer lelief department.
Tho caso was ono whore a widow of
an employe killed in tho service sued
for damages for herself and children.
Her husband had boon a member of
tho relief department, and sho had re
ceived the benellta from this depart
ment and signed a receipt waiving all
further claims arising from her hus
band's death. The court holds that
tbif receipt is no bar to fuither re
covery; that tho railroad company can
not iorce its employes to contract
away the rights of their wives and
children, nor by accepting an insur
ance benefit release the load from all
further liability. The decision is a just
one, and places tlio Hurlington volun
tary relief department in its proper
category as an insurance company,
separate and distinct from the railroad
company. Lincoln News.
Tho Traitor Populists.
Vith the exception of Senator Peffer
tlio populists whom the funnels sent
to congress seem to have become stead
fast allies of the trusts, and especially
of those trusts that in, ike direct war
upon the liiteresib ot agriculture.
Five of tho Kansis delegation in
congress Poller, Simpson, Davis, Hud
son and Haker weie elected as cham
pions of laiuu'is' lights and tree silver.
Ono only ot llietn (,1'effer) has stood in
opposition to the tarifl bill that repeals
the duty on Kansas wool, that tintes
away the bounty on Kansas beet sugar,
and that lepeals tlu reciprocity clauses
th.it have opened a market for millions
ot dollats worth of Kansas wheat and
maize in (ieruiuuy, in Cuba, in Hru.il,
in Italy, in France, and in other coun
tries. Colorado sent two populists to
congress to guaid the inteios of its
farms and mines, liotli of them are
Imind supporting a tariff bill that
ti'iids to enlarge oui imports from ICng
l.iud, and therefore to ineiease our in
debtedness to it, though linglaud re
fuses to take our silver in paymei t of
Moth of thoin have withheld approv
al from Senator Lodge's resolution lor
a discriuunatidg la'TiT against Kuglaud
so long as it discriminates against
AniHriciin silver. It is truo Unit
Lodge's resolution has not yet i cached
the house, hut it is also true that an
eiidorsi'ii.enl of it by tho populists
horn Colorado would be enc'oiuaging.
Iio'.li tho Coloiado populists have voted
for fiee wool and lor taxed sugar.
They have voted protection to the
meat trust unci have voted it away
f inn the poor laimei. The Wilson
b II is a "goldbug" bill in that it. favors
tho trade fif the forelifljoujitry that
is Ainorioa's largest creditor and that
it tho creditor most obstinate in de
manding payment in gold. The popu
list congressman Irom Minnesota also
has voted to exclude tho Hour and the
uieat of his state tiom the countries
whose markets wero opened to them
by reciprocity ho has voted for a tax
on the sugar tint the farmer buys, and
for removal of protection from the
wool which ho soils.
Tho like is true of Ketnand MoKoig
ban, the populism congressmen from
Nebraska, and JJvwIuihK limn Nova
da. Ono and all, Poller excepted, havo
become traitors to the tanners and
miners, and lacile tools of tho trust
fostering, foieiun-dubt-Hnaking policy
of the democrats
ft is time that the fanners made
themselves heard by the Gpu list gen
tlemen who are inisrepiesenting them
in congress. Piompt audllrni protest
by the populists in congress may result
in cheap and untaxed sugaV, in protec
turn to wool, in such policy:' as will
foice "Kuropu into discarding 's policy
of hostility to American silver, and in
keeping open tho3i new markets that
reciprocity lias opened to American
We will tuko your subscription f r
"'- l':M'or or niagaint.' published m Hie
I 'lilt llil f.iK.o .... I 1 1 . .
-""" wi v.imui.i, .ion c.ui gen-
orally save yci ftoui lu to 25 pOi cent.
Congressman Bryan, of Neaniskn, is
another democrat who sees tlio over
throw of liis party in prospect and d
olinea a ronomination. Undoubtedly
there publicans aroKoing to muko groat
gains this year in the Congression
al elections, particularly in t ho V est
In the present IIuusu Nubraska has
ono Democrat, two Populistd and tlireo
Hepublicaus, but it is likely to choose
nn entire Republican delegation next
Novomber. Globe Democrat,
Half Potatoes for Seod.
Ry tlio experiments conducted at
tho Michigan experiment station dur
ing I8l);i, and corroborated by twelve
other, (stations, it was shown that
potato growers do not plant enough
seed. The following conclusions wero
1 . That, an increase In seed with
in ordinary limits produces a marked
increase both in total yield and mark
2. That an increase in seed from
one eye up to a half potato produces
an increase in the net value of the
crop. Hut the increase yield irom
the whole potato over the half potato
is not sutlleient l cover the cost ol
tho greater amount of seed.
A comparison of the half potato
with the two eyes shows:
1 . That for total yield (large or
small) of 1(5 experiments, 70 are in
favor of Hie half potato and ten in
favor of the two eyes.
2. That for maiketable yield (total
less small) of 7:5 experiments, 58 are in
favor ot the half potato and 15 in favor
of the two eyes.
:i. That lor net marketable yield
(marketable less amount of so-id) of :)
experiment s, 2:i are in favor of the
hall potato and 7 aie in favor of the
4. That for not value of crop value
of crop less value of seed of :iu expert
incuts, 22 are in favor of tha halt
potato and S in favor of two eyes.
Aa Exciting Convention.
There are indication" that the repub
lican national convention of Si)(5 will
be more interesting and exciting than
any which ha hoen held s-lnoo 1SS0 or
188-1. Only three men llarrition, Mc
Kinloy and Heed have as jot been
prominently mentioned for the caudi
dacy, tint moie of them will undoubted
ly he at the trout by the tune the dele
gates begin to lie chosen to that gathering-
The lepnhMean who is elected
governor ot New York this year and
the lepuhliuai)1" w 111 undoubtedly carry
that etatu can lie counted on to hare a
following among the delegates, and the
republican hou.-o of representatives
wliieli Is likely to bo elected next No.
vember, niav lurni-h ono or two more
or t promising aspirants in addition
to Reed. Then there Is the senate, too,
to he heard from, in which Allison may
he said to he on the presidential track,
and in winch Lodge i' making vigorous
ellorts to get a place on tho course.
The impression which i. widely
prevalent among both parties t hat the
clioicu ol the, republican convention
will lie the next piesident will lender
the contest tor tliu nomination especial
ly earnest and spirited. Nearly all the
ociions are likely to present one or
mnni aspirants. The central west has
tw'cf already, ,ind New Kngland one,
and the uortliw est and the middle states
are yet to he heard from, .lohu Sher
man, of course, will not he in this race
hut tho age harrier which will keop
him out will not exclude his old friend
Allison. The lowau will, in 1800, ho
still several years on the sunny eido of
sovunty, and hi, ambition to get the
nomination probably still clings to him.
Allison is popular in his locality, mid
with the conservative element oi tlio
party everywhere. New York's choico
for the nomination will be indicated in
Its selection of a Gubernatorial eondl
date, and this man Morton, Tracy,
Depow, or whoever else ho chances to
be will ho outored In tlio Presidential
Struggles In which tlireo or fouraspi
rnnts uro nearly evenly matched at the
outset in conventions alnio-t always
bring out other contestnnts. In some
cases men thus receive votes who were
never conspicuously mentioned for the
nomination previously, and In uxcop-
tloual instances some ot these men
carry oil tho pri.os. Van Huron, diss,
i Johnson and I?uchunnn divided up tlio
democratic convention ot 1811 to such
il extent flint a now man, Polk, was
forward and noinlnatod.
lilglft years later the struggle In the
saino party bet ween Cass, Hiiehnaiiu.
Douglas and .Mn icy put another new
man. Pierce, at the hoi.t. Tho -niie
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iienM-en i.iam ami ui.iii.e, ii, isso. .mi
I'ke service forO irili-i I. In.ro is a
possibility that McICInloy, Reed nnd
Harrison may, In the sninc way, make
the political fortune of somebody else
whose nnino has not thus tnr been
couplod with the candidacy. That Is to
sny, a man inuv bo elected to tho Pres
idency f.vo ami a half years hence who
has never been thought of yet in that
connection by a hundred persons In the
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The State .lout mil, Lincoln. Neb.
CAULK FllOM Ql'CEXLIL.
Dear Gieshani : One moie boom I crave,
I trust in our atlectiou
' Tl not to murder Dole, the Knave,
Or put dow it Insurrection;
'Tl not my crown, lint me to save,
I write in deep dejection.
And o a package I must havo
Ot Park's Tea for my complexion.
unicsiiA.yrs axswei; to qui::.
When I received your Cablegram
I thought I sine would faint,
For though I often use Pinks' 'lea
'TK not lor vour complaint.
I lea led that Mr-. (. would think
WrniiiT about our connection
T.ll on her dresser there I saw
Phi U' Tea lor her complexion.
KhlerS S. Heaver, of McAllis'erville,
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a ;ki:a r iu; ur.
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