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Kulcroil nt tlio p Klolllo.) (if Lincoln, Nolt.,
Population op Lincoln,
WORK OF WOMEN.
Tlio lioys lmvo received ninny com
pllinonts'on tliolr limit and tasty uni
forms. It Is ulso tho Intention to pur
chase In a very short tlmo full dross
uniforms, wliloh In nppoarnnco will
simply 1)0 gorgeous.
Tlio company intuiul shortly to an
notiiii'i) ouu regular drill night of uai'h
moiitli upon to tlio pultllo. Tlio mum
bo rs will lo nt liberty to Invito tliolr
friends iiml uiiyouo will bo welcome to
ilnip In anil wltnoss tlio ilrlll.
Hohoarsuls for tlio niliistrol show
occur nightly, mul each inoinlior Is gut
tlnj: IiIh purt down lino. Chic llurri
miiii does tlio middleman UIo mi old
tinier. Hilly Wo-d liud hotter look
out, us lio lius In Ohio ft dangerous
.lolin MeCluy, wlio always sinllos on
ooiirugolngly on tlio isiys, euino forward
In his usual gonormw inuniiur and pur
chased Individually twonty-llvo tickets
for tlio minstrels. Tlio ontlro com
pauy think .Sir. MeCluy a "good
At noon noxt Thursday tlio tnliislrol
i'oin)iiuy will mako a brilliant parado,
showing tlio comedians and full com
pany In uniform and, together with a
brass hand, will mako a parado com
prising fully sixty pooplo that will ox
to nil mi ontlro block.
Sergeant Grlswold stand up and ox
plain why you was alnont from drill
Monday night. Youroxoiiso must Im a
good ono to osoupo tho lino. Tlio fact
that you snoukod on" tho night before
and got marrlod will not sullleo. Iltlnr
around a box of choice cigars noxt
ilrlll night and perhaps It will bo overlooked.
Ttioy Will lit' llrl In ItiiiiHiHoi for tlio
OprnliiK if IIik Win Id' Krtlr.
CinuA(K), .Ian. ft. Tlio woinun man
Kith of tho World's fair still hold un
disputed sway In tlio big Uand-McNnlly
building on Adanm street. Many of tho
other itnMirMiit departments controlled
by tho dominant sex lmvo licon removed
to Jackson pnr!(, mid during tlio turo
weather that has boon prevailing of Into
Director (lenorul tJoorgo It. DnvK I'ro
inotor Moses V. Handy, Chief of Con
traction Dunlol II. Diirnham and others
of tlio heads of departments, with tho
rank and lllo of tho army of attaches
that nro subject to tliolr direction ami
control, lmvo found It necessary to put
on an oxtru comforter, equip themselves
with ear mulls mid respirators and giv
tho collars of their overcoat h n pull u
ward about their necks beforo starting
for Jackson park, where, unobstructed
by tho labyrinth of Bkyscruping build
ing tlutt help to protect tho pedestrians
in tho center of tho city, tho chilling
bloats from tho northern peninsula, rustl
ing down Lako Michigan, strike land
just thereabouts and aro free to carom
around nt their own sweet will.
And bo it it that with headquarters in
tho center of the city, with steam heat
electric lights and a restaurant on the
floor below, and all tho other adjuncts of
modern ofllco building, tho Indies or
rather, as they prefer to call themselves.
tho women of tho World's fair aro en
joying just now something of a more
comfortable time of it than their male
Msociutcs. And here they will continue
to hold court until tho frost and the
snow hnvo given way Iwforo tin balmy
winds of gentle spring mid the Ico haa
disappeared from the placid bosom of
Lako Michigan. Then tho ladies will
mako a dicker with tho captain of ono of
tho numerous limits that will bo plying
between tho Lako park ami tho White
City, and their morning ami evening
trips upon tho wator, to tho tuneful mu
sic of tho luto, and tho harp, mid tnnybe
a piano, If room can bo f o tnd l'or ouo in
the cabin, will tingo the daily coming
ad going with tho fragrance of n ro
mance on tho Venetian canals. Fortu
ate ladeod will bo those of the mascu
line gender, should there bo any. that
are privileged to nccomimuy them.
And n busy hive of women it is. Wo
aro rapidly drifting away from tho fos
silized idea that women aro not fitted for
ny part or parcel of businc.u affairs:
that they nro of tho household, mid that
their place should bo in the 1 ousohold. If
only tho scenes and doings lay by day of
tho Bultoof offices within which tho busi
ness of this department isconduct ed could
bo uncovered and held up before tho gaze
of tho civilized world tho drifting would
bo still more rapid.
Tho national legislature mndo no mis
take when it endowed tho women with '
supreme authority to manage their own i
affairs, and the women propose to vlndi-'
cato tho confidence that was thus reposed
in them and to justify tho most signal I
recognition of their sex that has yet boon
given by any nation or people. Just as i
tiie Woman's building was tho first of'
all the structures at tho White City to
receive its loof and to bo prepared for I
ita contents, eo the women will bo the '
Arat in the vnn in all ttiniWnil ntul mm. I
u.u... iw M.niiA n i i,1uf,.in.. about wore seated in an elevated trail
2SKf ?, Jte V " W hut week, A stylishly dressed y,
v Vttiuuita uia ttiv uiot n nwiiuuiiv
that, to far us they aro concerned, every
thing is in decency and good order for
that bright May morning when (J rover
Cleveland, by tho graco of Uod. will
fctftch tho electric button, tl.e wheels of
tho machinery will begin to rovolvo. and '
tho Columbiuu exposition will Have
THREE PROMINENT ADVISERS OF
THE PRESIDENT ELECT.
IIMur? of llio Yrlpurllln AIIIiiiko llolucrn
Mnrtlaiin, AIIIU ami CnrlUIn Tlioy Will
lln t'liiMlilotimiPi Murlnit IliiiUlnviilmiil Ail
liilliUtriilluii 'I lui l'rnmi'cl TarllT lllll.
Wahiiiniiton. .Ian I'-'. A remarknblo
trio of Htati'smeii who are cliinns and
wlio aro likely to be very prominent in
the coming administration may often be
soon together in this city They are
Carlliilo, Mills and Morrison Three
strong, brainy men are they and three
fast friends Kver since they first met
in the house of representatives they have
stood shoulder to shoulder in legislation
and politics Not in our time lias the
American capital witnessed such a long
continued and successlul tripartite alii
mice among men of the first rank
Morrison, now less prominent than
cither of the others, was tho first to
mako his appearance in Washington
lie is really u
cternn In puhlL'
lllo It wu.su way
bae'e in I Will that
ho first 0111110 here
as a member ol
bull and Yates
were then thoHPii
ators John A
Logan had just
left tho house to
I E. U. Washburne
Jvand Hhiilbv M
Cullom were his
seen army sorv
ico, too, for he
had been in the
Mexican war, and
Tho eostumor from Chicago will
iii'i-lvn WixlniiMiliiv lti tlnin for tlinilrn-i
. - . i i... r ... ..1...1. fill....... fl.. l
rohearsal Wednesday evening. Itwns'oi mo eony-mnui innim. uv ami
In tho rebellion was tho fighting colonel
qulto an iindortaklng as well as a largo
expense to got him lioro, but tho boy.s
Intend to produce a mliistrol hIiow that
tho people will appreciate, mid thoy
will not hosltato to go to all necessary
expense to mako tho show what It
should lie. Over .Til) tickets have
already boon sold by tho members.
Tho L. L. I. Is "getting a big boy
now." Within tho past two woks
fifteen applications for momlicrsliip
have licon posted In the company quar
ters. Those who have sent in applica
tions nro Loo Schuormun, C H Van
Duson. Goo J Woods, lrwln Winger.
1) M Smnll, Frank II I'otors, J G
Plummor, S T St John, Win 11 Chirk.
Furry Mooro, John C Doorlng. 1 J
Cosgrovo. K R llutlor, Clius W Woth
back, L II Camp and It O'Neill. Tho
company now numbers over fifty.
Too Ilrlnf m Hp.
In leas than fifteen minutes after the
man who was raising a heard took Ills neat
In the front parlor the girl with a pink and
white complexion appeared at the door
way In hat and wrap.
llo was H-stoulslied to seo her.
Ho had Imsju going with her for four
yearn ami Iiml never before known her to
get ready thus expeditiously.
Her maimer was brisk and vivacious.
"I'vo a scheme for saving time.
She came close to his side mid there was
n liewltchlng twinkle in her eyes as she
looked up at him.
"propose to put on my gloves aa wt
Tho expression of doubt in his face froze
tho glad smile on her lips.
"Kate," ho observed, kultttng Ills brows
thoughtfully, "I don't believe you cnu do
His look was all that is frank mid In
genuous. "shan't lie over an hour on tho way."
All she could do was to accuse him of
being menu and pout. Detroit Tribune.
Their Mother Wore Friend.
Two fair haired urchins of six or t hero-
lady sat in the opposite sent. Turning to
one of the youngsters she remarked:
"What is your name, little lioyr"
"Harold, mum," ha replied.
"And yours, denrr" she asked, addressing
"Oh, my name's Godfrey," sntd tho little
fellow with some show of pride.
I ItWTli tatliHt rttsiitti mililAal" nvnl n t tli rul
imsseil through all Its preparatory stages - ' ,1U, ...,, Jook h0 wuch
luto u fixed nnd actual existence. 1 .p.kc You are brothers of course?"
Thewomin of nearly ovcry state nnd "Oh, no, mum," spoke up Harold; "our
territory in tho Union and of nearly mothers is only friends." New York Her
every foreign monarchy ..d republic aid.
wo in corhtant communi- .lion with tms
unobtrusive dotutrttiu... unobtrusive
because it is doing, n great work and
making little uoiso ulwut it. It has only
three rooms, furnished with nine desks,
presided over by ulno women tmm as
many states, but it is the center arouud
which is just now revolving tho patriotic
impulses of tho women of many lands.
Hero in tho dally mails couio r. ports
from American queeus and foreigu
queens queens of the republic and
queeus of nations by virtue of thai
royal lineage. Every eiivelojie has its
story of success; every visitor and Htsj
reUtry Susan G. Cooke is sometimes
called upon togivouudienco to hundnsls
, f them in a single day is brimful of
Aroand tho secretary's den are ar
ranged over two score s)cuiiucns of the
most artistic carvings in wood that ei
bant have ever been gathered toiKsthov
Each ono represents a commonwealth,
aach its resjioctivo forestry, each is the
handiwork of n woman. One that at
tracts tho most ntteution testifies to the
genius of a girl who is hardly yet out of
ihort skirts. These aie to fonu the
wainscoting of tho assembly room of tho
Woman's building, and no matter how
numerous or valuable or Ingenious the
ollectivo oxhihlts on the lloor below
the Americau woman will be able to
point to the wainscoting above and to
ay to hor foreign riyti-rs with exulta
Hon and with pride. "See what thV handi
work of our muidons 1ms brought forth '
II::nhy M. Hunt.
A ririuunt Shave.
Customer What makes your hand Jerk
so with that razorf
Dartier Why, boss, I'ze used to do fits.
"Yes, boss, but don't be scart; It's ten
minutes befor' dey conio on. Jes' you res'
easy; dat's du symptoms." Texas Sittings.
Clnro How did Miss Bpnngson come U
marry a plain, ordinary traveling manf
Maud His Ann sends him over to Eu
rope twice a year. Clonk Hevlow.
Taking Time by Ilia Korulock.
Gentleman Wint did you hit him for
Boy Hu was going to call mo a liar
Otlurlloy I wasn't goln to do iiufllu o'
Hoy (decidedly) Yes, ybu would if you
kind heard ths btory I was going to tell you.
Logan were wounded en thonntno battle
field, and in the hospital their cot stood
side by side Like Logan he hud left
congress to go to the front, and it was
not until ten years had passed that ho
came back to sit in tho house of repre
sentatives That same congress tho Forty-third
also brought Uoger O,. Mills, of Texas
Into public notice. Four years after
ward, in 1H7? Carlisle appeared us the
representutive of the Kentucky district
which lies just ncrosH tlio river from Ciu
cinnati In the list of committees of tho
next congress ntter Carlisle's arrival, or
the Forty-sixth, wo find thosothreonnm.es
together, under the title "Committoo on
Ways nnd Means." William II. Morrison,
or Illinois, It Q Mills, or Texas, and
John G Carlisle, of Kentucky
Then and there was formed that warm
friendship which has had such un im
portant hearing upon the history of
politics and legislation in America.; ft nil
dull was speaker then mul apparently
tho invincible leader of the Democratic
party in the commons Out tho alliance
of three forceful, ambitious men had not
then begun to show its (siwer Tho
next congress the Forty-seventh, was
Republican, but tho Democrats had con
trol of tho Forty-eighth, and greatly to
the surprise of Mr Uamlall and his
friends the veteran was Is-ateu lor 'j1
old place by a new man from Kentucky
who had served only three tonus.
When the ways and means committee
of that house was announced William
R. Morrison'H inline lisl the list as chair
man, and next to his was that of Roger
O, Mills Then came the effort to pass
a so called tarill reform bill prepared
chietly by Morrison Mills and Carlisle
but known as the Morrison bill. It was
defeated Uut in the Fiftieth congress
when Morrison had been defeated forro
election by Jehu Halter, tho effort was
renewed by Mills, who had becoinochuir
man of the committee on ways and
menus Uin bill passed the house, but
fulled to btrouu law owing to the fact
that the senate was Republican It wns
however the clnet issue lietween the
parties in the presidential campaign of
John (J. Cnrllslo. without uny dimbt,
is the greutest man who ever sat in the
that is to suy,
the greatest, the
most nearly per
During his six
of that high ami
not even Ins po
could utter a
No decision oi
his was ever re
versed by tho
tiouse or by the
courts Ills mind
seemed to Ih so
it was imposslblo
for him to err
Hlaine was a renatoh mima.
great speaker, nnd so was Randall, and
I Henry Clay must have bts'ii wholly ud
mirable. but in intellectuality, mastery
of parliamentary law and invariable
model benriug In the chair Carlisle Is
without a peer In the history of our con
But for the majority which tho Kepun
licnn obtained in the Fifty-first con
gress probanly Mr Carlisle would have
been speaker to this day That break in
the domination ot his party in the house
prompted Ins friends in Kenmcky to
send linn to the senate Had ho re
nminbi in the house he would have lieen
elected speaker n year ago without oppo
sition and if he had continued umemboi
of the house lor a ipiarter of n century I
liellevc the I iiiiH-r.itH would have chosen
him for their presiding officer every time
they found themselves in control of the
With Cnrllslo and Morrison gone. Mills
was left alone nt tho beginning or the
prcsont congress. He aimed forthosiicak
ershlp nnd had the powerful suppoit of
his old allies Doth CarhsMaud Morrison
spent days and nights endeavoring,
frtiitlnisly, to boost their friend into the
chair Their hope was to obtain control
of tho house and bring forward anothet
tariff bill, the third ol their framing: but
they railed, and Mills shortly afterward
followed Carlisle to the senate, where
no doubt Texas will keep him as long at
ho cares to stay Colonel Morrison luu
aiade several efforts to get Into the sen
ate, and we need not be surprised il
these friends jet meet in their declining
years as fellow members of the tippet
All thni) or these men have exorcised
a peculiar 'ort of fascination over their
followers Not one is what might b
called a genial or even t'ompaniouablc
man Yet young members of congress,
rising statesmen everywhere, have rallied
around them In great numbers Their
strength has been In their earnestness
their singleness of purpose, their devo
tion to one great cause Whether we
agree with them or not we must udiiilre
them The resolve which they together
formed, the tripartite alliance In which
they gave their bauds filteon years ago
was to revise and reduce the customs
tariff along the Hues dictated by their
Never rorono moment lmvo thoy aban
doned their purpose Dereuts delays
diHappolntiftcnta they have endured In
great number but now at last they think
they seo a rair clianco of success Tho
grentest legislative measure in America
during the noxt four years Is to lie a
new Democratic tariff hill un economic
revolution The three men who ure to
frame It, or at least to dictate the prin
ciples to be followed in its construction
nro the trio of friends who set out with
that very object In view fifteen years
ago Cnrllslo, Mills and Morrison
Mr Carlisle Is surely to bo sivrotnry
of the treasury; Mr. Morrison may he
secretary of tho interior; Mr Mills will
be in the senate The understanding of
the matter which politicians in Wash
ington hnvo is that President Elect Cleve
land wants a tariff bill framed by his
cabinet during the coming summer ready
for presentation to congress in the fall
and that this explains his desiro to have
Mr Carlisle mid perhaps Mr Mills in his
Carlisle, Mills und Morrison nro nil of
Kentucky stock All three are plain
simple men, approachable, unaffected
admirable in public and private lifo
All are jnior so far
money go too poor
withstand the do-
OUR ANNUAL INVENTORY
TO REDUCE STOCK
WK G1VU A
Discount - of - 25 - per - Cent
Cloaks, Blankets and Comforters.
I'ive Hundred Remnants
of Ginghams, Prints, Dress Goods
at less than cost.
BLOCH St KOHN,
The Progressive Dry Goods Emporium,
1 141 and 1 143 O Street.
us projierty and
I rear, to easily
mnu ds mndo
a cabinet officer
Carlisle has noth
ing but his salary
nnd 11 small in
come from his
Kentucky I a w
firm Mills has
as senator und a
mall farm in
lives on his sal bksator CAiti.isut.
ary us interstate commerce commission
er und isn't worth fi.ono nil told Smnll
rewurds. theso. for lives sjiout in tho pub
lic service Waltkk Wkixman
Quality always the BEST.
1216 O Street.
A Proiwroii Colony of Ilimaliin Immi
grant h In CoiiniTtlcut.
Shi iiil ('rrt'Huiilt-iice.
New London .Ian IS. Four years
ago. for the purpose ol rodoennm; ir pos
sible, tho remote agriculturist districts
or Connecticut from absolute ruin, u col
ony or ltiiHsjan .lews was planted in a
locality known us Chesterfield in the
northern part of New London county
Twelve dollars un aero was the average
price paid tor the laud, and the owners
were thankful for being able to get rid
of it at that llguro even
As redeemers of tho land theso jiooplo
toavo proved successful The decaying
buildings have been rebuilt, und the
brush grown Holds have been cleared and
nut into shaDc for cultivation In this
colony tho Jews have proved themselves
frugal uud Industrious.
In the full und winter these jiooplo do
pend for an income principally uiion the
sale or birch brush, for which a demand
bo been created during the pint half
dozen years Dirch oil is made from the
brush Tho manufacturers pay three dol
turs a ton tor this material delivered at
the doors or their distilleries. It is very
bulky, und the largest amount that a
Jew farmer can carry with his small
team is 600 jiouuds. for which ho receives
bout ninety-two cents To cut unU
transport this amount of brush from
Chesterfield to the nearest distillery re
quires twelve hours of steady labor
This compensation miserable as it Is
autisticH them men, ami by living under
a regime ol the strictest economy they
manage to appear prosiierous
They are not epicurean in their tastes
Potatoes, turnips, onions ami com bread
washed down with cheap tea and coffee
is the length and breadth ot gastronomy
from their point of new Of onions they
aro especially fond Their farms fur
nish them with nearly all of tho requiro-
Bients of their table
Within the past year tho colonist
have turned their attention to light man
ufacturing Several raniilies areengaged
in the manufacture or matches, hats
poekotbuiks. confectionery and clothing
This work is nearly all done by the
women ami children, und the goods are
sold in New York mid Boston The
clothing, which is of a very cheap grade
is made under contract for New York
One of the institutions that the colo
nists established lirxt was a union store
where general merchandise was kept lor
salo In this establishment the the col
onists were nearly all stockholders, and
it has been n success from the start
From a single family the colony has
grown In four years to between JiiHl and
400 souls Included m it are sixty farm
ers who control H.SMI acres ot laud that
were purchased at an aggregate cost of
The colony was established by wealthx
citizens of New York who were inter
ested in the welfare of the I'.ussian lie
brew immigrants ('Mis Tiii'Miiri.l.
Just the Book I bave been looking for go
and several thousand others.
I advise all who would save
time to go at once to
H. W. BROWNS,
127 SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET
It 5JppIie5 a &.
Coq pelt Uapt
NEW FUR STORE
Recently opened In the new Y. M. C. A. Building on N Street. Mr. Voelkcr Is
pleased to announce that his business has steadily Increased tilncc the first day he
opened, that hit, trade is ol the very best character, and Is receiving the best of
workmanship and standard values in burs and Fur Goods of all kinds.
Tailor-Made Fur Garments
made on the premises f mm material all In stock, and guaranteed to be a perfect fit
and satisfactory In eerv particular. Whv, then, send out of town for SEALSKIN
'.(UES, MUFFS', CAFES, HOUliS, CLOAKS, ETC., ETC. t
Repair Work of All Kinds
You are Invited to call and see my stock of goods, and get Information as to tailor
made orders and repair work.
Y. M. C A.
OUR STOCK OF-
yjl VaV JLr was never so Complete
Oiu Priees never so Cheap as this Season.
COME TO US We have what you want.
J li Mauritius & Zo.,
1039 O Street.
The Ladies' Furnishers
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