Sunday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1893, July 02, 1893, Image 1
vn i -;$; , -- il Vn V TFS p"e ' f !5 -Hi 1 ' Sunday Morn ing Courier. VOl.UMl; 8 NO. 30 MNGOI.N, NUHUASkA, JU1-Y J, 1SM f KIGI5 FIVU (5I:NTS .1 J ' ' " 1 I TOPICS Thirty or forty inon. Irresponsible "delegates" finin live nr hIv states, mot In convention in this Ity last woolt. and "resolved" t(t liullil u railroad, or rather, have their respective Htatcs build a rail road, fiom "a point on the line of tlu British possessions on the north to tho Cmlfof Mexico on the south" ii distance of 1,1)00 miles, tho piobublo llrst cost of construction of the same to ho a inoro tritlo Of "IWKN1Y MILLION IH1I.I.AKH. PdjuiIiHt fancy Iiiih jrlwit hirth to many fantastic hcIiciiich, lint thin nottli and south railioad, to ho built by North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnotota. Iowa, Nebraska, KiuiH.ty. Tex-imaml Oklahoma, it the most picturesque ubsnrdit) that has over omanated fiom these political visionaries and liair brainod cianlm. Such a railioad, if ptopcily inuuuged. would undoubted!) bo a flood tiling for the central western states; but It will never bo built by imj such process as that recommended bv tho l,incoln convention- never in a thousand jeais. Tho scheme wan conceived in populist mental inubrlety, and worked out in fauatieal fad worship. It is remarkal)lo that such men an It. T. Clarke and Max- Mover, or Omaha, and A. J. Suvvvor, of this citv all clear lieaded, practical bimiuoss men, could bo induced to lend their name and in tluenco to a scheme so manifestly it n practicable ami visionary. t Tho board of education didn't surprise anybody when it went to the full extent of tho law in making an cstiiiitite for Bchool expenson for tho cuiient vour. When tho new law authoiizod a 1 mill levy it mateiiallv followed that the Ixmiri would ask for l." mills. The beautiful Rummer evcuiuH com mon to thin loeulit) are a most delightful and refieshing change from tho heat and ghuo of the day. Dining tho past week Lincoln people have enjov cd to tho utnumt, tlio lowlj J uno evenings and the tiiHtH weio never more beautiful or the air moie btilinj. Seat eh whoiovou may, in the topmost eiestsor mountain fastnesses, by tho Hide of tho lolling ocean, in the trailing gardens of the Bouthlnnd, or the pine foi cats of the north, on tho highlands, and in tlio moors, on can now hoi 0 liud anything ' surpassing in loveliness the ovoningH in I Nebraska at this time of the war. 1'ioiu , over tho wide tunnies me wafted iron tie bieezes, fragrant with tho buojnnt odors of siring,and full of tonic, stirring the tteos ami imparting a univeisal utaniiehH. me mi, nepi 111 uoasuoii cir dilution, is as balmy aud puio as that of nnv virgin forest or 'mountain range, and it invigoiateH while it pool lies. What - ever there u hv of discomfort and annovnnce in "tho bia.ing dav, the ecoic'hing lavs of the sun, or tlio hut winds that now and then come up fiom the south, bunging chimin of dust aud spreading discontent, disappeaiH as the 6un sinks down behind tno vc stern lulls Heat gives place to a delightful foulness aud if theie was a blasting wind, it becomes but a lefieshing buoze. And when the mood sheds its mellowed null ancoovei tho bi-eiie. enveloping all 111 a softened light, what vvas cnaimiug be foio becomes pel feet ion itself. Theie is nothing finer or moie beautiful than a June evening in Nebraska, and after a .Juno evening theie is nothing that ex cels 1111 evening 111 Jul). "I will not haw to wear a striped suit if 1 go to Sioux Falis." lomaikcd C. W. Mother to a Col 1:111: iopietentatiw in Onialui tho other day. "i much piofor to go there, nnv wav. If I weio im prisoned in tho pen at Lincoln, the) would bo liaving me in couit over.v few dajrt, liud 1 would bo continual!) making a monageiio of invself. M) familx will probably move to Sioux- Falls if 1 go thole. .Mr. Mimhcr seems to ho in a fair wav to have his wish giatitled. Thu Ciete Chautauqua asseiubl) will open July o. Lincoln people havea veiy considerable pint in the management of this institution, and Lincoln people aio looked to to furnish liberal patiounge for this paiticular asseiubl). An un usually interesting program has I eon arrant-e i Un thin neason, of which men tion in mado elsevTheie. Since Hob MeUo)iiohl lode thiough thu city as King 'lartatia.x at Hie head of a magnillcent ageant, theie linn been uoFouith of Jul) celebration in thin city. Wo niisH Mcllov nobis. Wednesdii) inornlng, iuunediatelv after the D o'clock biiL'.aio of business men had passed thiough the stieets aud up to tho poHtomco, and thence to I no vai ions posts of business, came little Htrag gling gioups of children in many coloied HUUiuier dicsHcs. lleio aud theie, uji and down tho stioets, came the lunip of merry cluldioii. eioetation and delight beaming fiom owi) countenance. Then in a little while the childieii weio joined by older childieii men and women, and soon tho cit) vvas thronged. The light dicshcnaml be tloworod huts of the women and girls impai ted more c dor to tho stieuls or Lincoln than thev had Been for man) a day. Tho outlviug faints and suhuihuu sottlemoiits added thcirqiiota, and bv 10 o'clock the town was full of men, women aud childieii out for a biiof holidav. The sidewalks weio packed, and tho cuib stones along O sheet tn. uked a Hue of standing, walling huiuanit) thai Htiotched for IiIocKh, Theie was au houi's wait, and then a wheezy band announced the coining of tho ci cum pane'o. Then came a few gildea wagons 01 tuo.c o. less uing) up t'eiuauc" a "d no" of one eloiihunt. a i.'iiint'l or two, i s'.c.u.i cll.-i, e, s uo enged animals, a couple of clowns and u few homes, and It was all over. Hut tho o'owd wiih iipjxiiciitlj untitled. Lincoln with its boasted metioixilitau ah s, Ih a dizzy sight when the clrcim comet to town. No small countiy village on Mil duv over gave ovidonco of ho much gen uine, whole-hem tod iov iih can 1)0 oh- nerved in this cit.v when a clicim pmudo ih passing or about to pass. The CitW Hiiggestion that stops bo taken to secure a hoi Ion of Hummer con ocitrt on government squiiio, inn good one. CoucertH, mioli an that given bv tho Nebraska Htato band on tho balcony of tho Lincoln hotel Tuisduj owning, would ho u genuine plousuio to thousands of people, and the cost would bo trilling- llettn fined lather in a louu time. Tlio jail befoio Hontenco badly. Two jciiih timi) ho nerved in wiih evidently not taken into account. Tho. Amelia' dispatch failed to drown Mr. Seitz. Tlio inorniiig paper's state ment that the dispatch was a fake, is hnidly a satisfactory excuse for tho un foituuate blunder. Yeiv few nowspapeis of tho Jouvtml'x importance publish communic'atioUH of tins soit, uules thev know the sender or are, la-suied in some way of tlio authenticity of tho teleiam. Humanitarian in this city mo ploat-cd to learn that even piotmncitt citiens cannot abuse dumb animals with im punity. .Mis. lA'dawa aud her two dauuhteiH. notoi iouslv know u an t ho "1'Ydaw a gli Ih," have been llguiintf in tho courts lather e.xtensiveiv in the last tondav. I-'roijuont ariest does not hccm tti bo a check to tho dopiavit.v of tho two voting women. It seems to bo tho icgiilar thing for Judge Wateis to have these vouthtul oirendeis befoio him about once a week. The public good demands that somomeasuie bo taken looking towaid tho petmaueut suppression vf the Fedavvu glilH. A iiaiticulailv attiactivo feature of tho now s.iuitanum of tlio Sulpho Saline Hatli companv Is the gieat plunge bath, piououneed by thot-e who aio in a jiosi ! iiou to know, one of tho lluest in the counti v. Tho advantages of the plunge have been icadiiy discovered, and these hot daH and nightH it is eeeedinglv iopular. Tho salt water has a most , salutary eireet on a pornm who in tired out, and tlio baths aio very lefieshing. Hailing the surf there aio all the mlvan i tagi's or ocean bathing without thoin ( eonvenioncoH necesearilv attendant upon tho latter. SkilledattendantHmoalwavHl present, ami men is no possinio danger, riiiHwe:. by spccuil ariangoinent with the inanageinent. 'int. Cofi111.it will give uh leaoeis, oeivveen ine ages 01 1. iiiki -"1 l"1 iiiiiiupn " s'" 1 ' plunge fieo. Tuesday morning I I July J. from !) to '2 o'clock, has been bo. I 1 apart forho.vs. andSaturdav. July lo. tho .name hours for girlti. Hovs and girls ' between the agesor l'J and 1:1) presenting uCmiiiiu coumiii will bo admitted to I mo piungo iriuniui enuiyt: 11 uiev au- piovided with their own ttunks or suits. Thoe not supplied will be given suits at the usual iie"s; I'litlnng suits forbo)H or guls at l." cents; trunks for boyw. o ci nts. Theie will lie no el a gewhatevei when bathers ftunish then own suits Hilt each J eisnll lulls' plOSOllt II CoLllU.U coupon. I have heaid a number of people com iiiui-r 01 iiijuf 1.-11111 ig kept awake bv heir lawns and side- set apart for sleep plain Jiitelv or heing luases tramping on th walk's, mil nnr iiourH set apart ror sleei upon inquiry 1 learn that the hoist's aie fioiudilVonnt livoiv stalilesaionnd town, and by being nisecUiely tied in their stalls. 01 not tied at all. and with bar.i doois left open without bins up. the) get out ami 10,1m mound ovei neigtii oring lawns, ilestiovmg not only the mind of the owner, but also his llovver beds. peace or sod aud I know of one man who thought he could put au end to the nuisance bv taking the hmses to the hund: so fin a miinhcrof niglitn lie got up between tuidmgiit and dawn, caught the hoi sen which weieon liis lawn and led them some distune to the pound aud left them to await tho keeper, and as lo thought, a fee for then lelease from the pound; but aTtei liav ing made a numb" or midnight trips to the pound, ho leai neii that Hie pound mastoi was also a livoitv man, aud that the other livervmen in town sttHid in with him, and did not have to pa) to got their hoisesout. 'the uuisaucostill goes on. but other means me being talked of to make caieless livci) Htaiilo keepeis moie caioful about tying their hmses in thou stalls at night, or seeming the inns at tlio I ig doois li V.N.N. linn's 'I Ii Ik t Wo olfer S100 lowiud for any case of Cataiih that cannot bo cutcd lv Hall's Catarih Cine, F. J. CI I KNUV .t CO.. 1'iops., Toledo, O. Wo tho uudoisigued have known 1'. J. Clieuox for the last 1.1 joiuh. and bo hove him pcittctl)- houoial lo in all busi.ieis transact itmsand llnanciall) able to can) out mi) ol ligation imme bv their lli'iit. Ww A- Tki'vv. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O, Wvi.dimi, KiNNVNit M vi: vi.n, Wholesale Dtuggwts, Toledo, O. HiiH'sCutauli Ciuois taken iutoriially. acting diiectly upon the blood and mucous sin faces of tho svstein. Piico iv all tlruiririHtH. "oc. per bottle. Sold I Testimonials fwc. Do not foiget TiilCol'i:ih:'h twofreo davs at tho sanitarium. Hots ami girls with CoL'iUKit ciup-i'is admitted five to tho g.oai pliiiige. Tue-da) ,1 1 t and Saturday. July lo. Ho sine and cut out t' c uiiip-.il. OBSERVATIONS 0 ' ! r"pr ihorlioai). She IiMh lino iminnorrt and In Pr II I 'an noeinnpllshod ennvoisutlotuiliHt. wiy If ,, j J l Put islan in her stylo; hut It might bo ob II . "(.'solved that her gotgcoitHgow iih lit her u I II ' 1 gioat tU'til bettor that hIio lltn thoin. ami I J - '. 1 1 that hIkTIm Indebted to her modiste fur i I V C'llii'.viio. .luno W, MK) IKnoeliil Cm mi n Coiiespen once Thoehivil ions ( hieiign pies to the oontraiv not vvitlistandiiig. tho extrnordiuarv eon duet of tho I'tineesH liiillalia while here aud partic'iilaily her lev snub of the gilt edge l' Oat Mis. Potter I'nlmo-'s lecepiioii in her honor, lum eiooped out in all its savoi.v delailH and lum I ecu tho legemlarv nine davs' sweet moisel of gossip in soeietv if not in the papeis In felf ilofoiiM' the diiilion and the ladle of tlio HKI pinotioallv agieed to ignore the alliont, but with that ne histoiie success that invaiiablv attaclies to "soeietv secietH. I lie whole stoi v in a nutshell is inte.estlng lea.ling ami lis ' to 'soeietv secietH." I ho whole stoi v in deiav in reaciimg tlio puhlie (letiaeis nothing fiom the iclish of the facts. I have the paiticulaisfiom a.iepoiter who vvi.h detailed to keep tab on tho rovnl plutv that dav and fiom an eje witness of the now noted proceedings in tho pin loin of tin l'iilmer castle. The piincess and her partv spent the afteinoon pioceding Mrs. I'aliner's le ception at tin Tail aud imido a livelv tour of tho 1'lalsance, stimulating them selves heio aud theie with the vaiioim leverages on tap in that hetoiogeueoiis thoioughfaio; so that when thev 10 turned to thol'almer house in the even ing for dinner, someof tho ioaI crowd had a votv iiouounced eatarihal 01 neuralgic headiiehe. iucludiiig. thev sav. even t lie piincess. it vvas theiefore far inst fashioualilv late when her highness ilnall.N issued fiom tho hands of her maid and her boudoh leady for tho leceptloiii and the assembled HH) in the turieted manor over on tho lake shoie wen' iloundeiiug in wondeiment aud sus jieiue. It vvas at this late juncture, it seems, that the piineesx liist chanced to hem that Mrs. Potter l'ahner vvas tho wife of the hotel keeper, and thciciipou she llatlv refused to attend the iceeptioii lit all. Sho Ih said to, have piotested vigoiouslv tliat it was impossible for a ladv of tank to.socadl.v ciosstho thres hold r "an inn keeper's w ife." She had been under the impression that the Mis. Palmer who vvas to give a leception in tier honor vvas the w lie 01 .Mr. I Iioiuiih W. Palmerof w 01 Id's fair olllcUd lenowu and this. too. notwithstanding that Mr. and Mis. Potter Palmer had met the loyal piii t,v at tho Mavor llauison Picsidcnt HiL'L'inbotliiiin and Consul Hobart C. Challleld-Tav lor functions of state. This lidieulouH episode still rurther delaved tho depaituiofor theie- cent ion and Commander Davis w said to have oncoiinteied tho haidest task of I his chapeionage assignment in pusund- 1 ing tlio pnueoss to como iiown on her, uiu ieu-u umi k" i" "ll 1 Miiiiei uiipiii-. Tlio artornooii on tho l'laiwmce and her nouralg acon.biiudtoiuakol.er unelo it. u, tn mi unusual extent; tint the wd.v coinmaudet tlnitllj succeeded, nftoi dwelling with what vehene-ne. no il.ued upon ttio dire consequences fallront mg a lantess .r .Mrs. 1'ottir I'almerH in miiuii nun n.iiiHii iiiiu ii ii.m.iiii.iiiK ,,,,1,11,.. isvorv HeuMitlon or mine was 1 .ho ihicago UK). lhe prnc.sa ami transf used into tho audience; it tospon pait) lelueti.ntl) enteied the e.uiiage K,4, iHtuiitnneoiiHly to in) sentiment. I in waiting after an hours oxplanati.... I uml ,anirested its perception of in) I ,111,1 im-iuuur, (inn vil' iiiiiu ui lilt- Puliiiei palace, whicli was nnpivceded liictuieHiieand biilliaut with elect, leitv, llowors. foliage, and the cc'ae tie In acme orcineago societ). Tlieieupoii fiiHiied 11 scene uujiar alleled in tho Hist circles of Amoiiciin hociet), as deseiii.ed I)) an eve witness Mini nf tlvniii.iutu f 1 111 1 tt)iiIt (till uitt I'll imtiinlx iidii rxwliiiinn i,r thu niivHilii lir,..o ..I ,...,., , ..!..,,, K.. 1. 11I I. .10 l..fl , I, '""" . ...,,,v ..,...,,.1..,..,, ..v.,. blown taste on. Chicago society pala'o as one of the iiu-moiis or tin piincisV 1 visit. Aiuviau' at tho lesidence. tho 10) id part) swan'geiedin and disdaining tlio pioltcicd diesMiig looms lluew aside then- win 1 1:1 in the Ii. ill, the piincess at mice sank into a luxurious huge aim chair tn.it had been piovided foi her in the event of weauness dining tile rocop tion. ami Bat theie stoicallv during (ho pierentatioiiH bv the astoiuslied but .tiliipta; le hiHtess. The pi inee likewise helped hunselt to a cliiui or divan at one mi. e and oi used tlio till wiih blase in-1 Lnul has hotli I-'kh tnUon oil as tho re (lilfo.c.ico. 'lo Mis. Palmoi's social in-, suit of a railroad accident, and the quiiiesund demonstrations the princess voting boy has a haul stiugglo to ic seemed tongue-tied mm uniiiipiossion tain impe with tho loss of his limbs. He ai le except pet chance with a caiicatuio lights and wins nobly. It is it pathetic or a smile now and then, but to the storv, and Mrs. Maulo tells it witli much com is-jiug panorama of guests she otleotivonosi-. v uci.s..fi d novel a glance, wind or i (, on alio slmplv sat and stared and tin d even of this in just (went) minutes, wliei. she leltiiH uncoremonioiislj as she came, tlio entile partv donning their jWiaps as the) walked out, as if the) weio leaving a hotel or club. The ama.ed hostess and leaders or I Chicago society soon iccoveied some I thing of then wonted oqiiilihiium ami i held a council bv way of deciding what to on in tho innttei. lite) veij seiihiblv decided to ignoie the alliont and have I done so but not so sociotj in general. I i which has been lolling the inoisel under ' i its tongue glibly, and is iosinsiblo for many exaggerations as if tho facts , weio not enough. I 'lhe conduct of tlte piincess to Mrs. I Palmer contiadictH the New Yoik veulict of hoi ileinociacv ami tact, but . piohuhly hoi case of neuralgia icndcictl hoi hiesponsiblo on thin pni liculnr occa-1 sum. (hunt) in bmad and Chicago1 Hiciet) is dismissing the subject iih one 1 of the jokes of the season. The Tritium' touched upon tho ciiciiiustiinco with l gloves, but the voice of Tho VViacx was I silenced bv the golden salts souvenir given Muvoi Hauisonby tho princess. I saw tho iniucess as she was lonviui: 1 the Palinei housefor Niagara Falls, and ' auaiii on 1 iftli Avenue in Now York. il... I r.... f I ..ir..l 1 ... 1... She is far fiom beautiful and jot has an attractive face, whoso chief defect is hoi abnoriuall) sized nostrils. Tho ejes have a kindly expression and tlieic Ih little doubt of her good heart when sho ishciself. It is hardlv wouioroil ut that the ti adjisin of Now Yoik, Wali. i.igtou an I Chicag I", a qi louro tt r :otl r wlultove featuiesof sho jh Hiesses, shape and nt.vlo lloi.Ltr.. Tho Nohraska Htatobaud will not bo henid in Lincoln on tho Font th, llealrlco having seemed tho out It o membership for tliat occasion. Splendid Induce inontH were olloicd and accepted, uml Tun Coumi it hasteiiH to iimmiiio iti lleatricO friends that a rich musical heat ii in store for thoiu. The band aecoiu p.dued by tho Lincoln light infanlrv will inako a short paiadc oaily in the inoriiinwof tho Fourth, thence pioceed to tho iljpot and lleatiice, 'J'lie Queen City wlH celebiato In giand stjle and many verj iuteieHting featuieH aio on tho iir(iinun. to attiaet tho peopl of the state, Fullv ouo thousand people ,, .11 .... .ft...,., ,,:... 1 i.,...,!,. w'" Hwji fiom Nnwrtn It Is sill prising that Clint Ich Hgbeit Ciaddoijlc, whoso now seilal "Ills VnnlslieJ Star," liegiiiHin the July iiiiiu her of Out Atltwtit' Monthly, can eon tiuuo toXviito about Tennessee mountain life, audi also continue to lie liiteusel.v inteiestijig; ami .vet that Ih pieciselj what sh does in thin new novel. She has neve written with gteater masteiy than now. Her plot no quickly develops that thefreader, as ho leaeheH the linal pages ofjtliis InHtallmout. Ilnds hin heart lieatlng a little faster, and epeileneeH that Indetlnablo soiiho of eeiteinenl which wo like to fool now and then, and which vilry few books Jinvo thu power to make uh feel, That aiidaeioun aud lively publication, "TnloH fioiii Town TopioH,' is out again in a midsummer number, with a special ei.000 prize, novel, entitled "Si Moatlm In Hades,'' added to tho usual collection of blight things lepiodiieedfrom tho old numbers of tlio New Yoik society Jour mil. Tho story is decidedlv odd and fascinating in plot, and the short matter is selected with tho especial view of add ing to tho geniality or tno Hiniiiiior wit son. -"Tales fiom Town Tonics'. iH just the sort of a book that one likes to take on the shady end of a piazu.or down on theiookHbv tho nhoie liming 11 imict and laz) afternoon. It is a cool, clover and cunning pioductinu, and mite unique in the liturntutc of the day. "It is veiy seldom that I have at t!..,i uuiiufni.ti,,.! uiih nivu,.ir in itn.t rujl(. ,nv yay (hut hi tho'thousaniisof jnUf's tliat I have plaved it I can count jlt, nKt.rH of one hand thoso when I huv&jnuLio.inrtelf. I can do no bet- tor, and nan oT'thowi tintoH Wiih when I gave it at the Teatro (iei I'loieiitiui 111 i'ommas'i Salviui 'Vn, n 1 IT 4 11 1 1 41 of Oih-lloin ids autobiographv in the 1., . . 1. " 1 '.i..4 X. Mil I ill I I . 1 U ll'l-IIIIU I lllllllll Ul Tll II 1111 .iill) 1 fnuni. "ii socmen nun even ... ..!. . ...1 it 1 :.. ,.un,t conneeteil the artist with tin 11, . ..- t...,.....lr, ,.t .. """ - ineaniugH by a low iiiiirmuiing, bv a sustained tiemor. J here vvas no ie casion for relhction, nor did tho people seek to discuss mo; all weio at once in unison aud concord. Actor, Moor, and audience felt tho minio impulse; wore moved as one soul." ' For MiiiuhIo'h Sake," by MrH. Mary K. I Mlllllo. of tlliu fit V. llIIH illHt ln'Oll Hill) , ;v ., V, t lished by Jacob oith ,t Co.. and ih now 1 on sale at Clason ,V Fletcher's. Mrs. Maule dedicates her book: 'lo all uf dieted little ehildiou, whoso iiathwav in life is cros.t-0 1 by accident 01 disease, and if hi its pages," tho author con tiuues1"thev llnd one rav of onoouing'' inent. an incentive to noble pm poses, or commie to meet ami bear their atlhctinn patiently. , its mission will have been full - tilled. lift-little book tells the stor) of Lnul tlaiK. a ciiiple. in a wav that i cannot fail to iiitoiertt juvenile leadeis, V.l.lli lniml siirltl Nut.--. Mih. D. F. Thoinps ill an 1 Mew Mary Miller returned ycrttorday fiom Chu-.igo. Dedieatorj hoi vices of tho Triidt) Meihoihstl-hiise ipal Church will be field Sundaj.Jul) 'JHJJ. Dr J. SShieldrt.uud familv.if Holdrege I mo visiting his lirothoiH Dm. W. D and 12. T Shields. Ho expects to live out at Univeisit) Place. Mi. Kd. Herrvimiu formerly a Lincoln ito aud ameiiieber of the Hint I lard ware coinpaii) is in tho city, in charge of the Looaiis Hardware stock opposite the postotlke. Mi, Herivman is now with Lee Clink iidieet-ou coiupaiiv of Oinalia who u ho represents in closing Ollt the IjOOIIIIS stock. V Mi-ii') ('inn hint; rail), A ineirv pat tv ol joung people en jnvul a coai'hiug patty Ihttisilav. The) ih ove out to Mr. Kiwigu's faun vvhe'ie a tempting supper was pai taken of liefoie their leturn 111 tho iiuhiii light. Tho part) included Misses .leaiinette Wilson He tie Hiirr. Olive Latta. Anne l-'unke. liiaee Oaklo), !. Maishall. 1 1 tit I it- Hooper Mossis. Mat son Hahl win. liauk liuii.Jolin Doigan W F. Mou-i I 10.I Ihaitz. (ienigo Wools, ami I, 11.... .... 'I I... ..... Heiuaii Dawes. 'Ihopartj was chiipcio nod bv Mi. and Mis. Fied C. Howe and .Mis. i'. W. liriltith. Wv.Nrt:i .Sinning by a thoiouudilj oxpeiie iced mi 1 component nurto. Have nniH".l ten joaro in thu eas;. tuqiil e lO'o F s' W. 1111 1 JHITHORS t 1 1 Seeiotar J Steiling Morion, In an intoivli'W with a lepieseutativo of a Washington paper, ONptessed hhmielf as followHou the silver iiiestlon- Mr. Mm Ion's statements urn iiIuiijh clean "Hero Ihii propositltiiii What iHHllvery An oai'th pioduot diagged out by human elfoit, The (linuitc Mountain Mining v nupanv piodueed lollued silver in tho war IHS7 or ISSS, according to Uh ropoiltotho Heoioliii) of the tieasury, to tho amount or ueaily :i,HH).iHHl of oiim'eH at a cost for lollued sliver of I'J centH an imuco. The whole output cost that war in all fr (H.(KH). Coined at II -'.4 grahiH to the dollar, it would make over ?:M00.(HH) or legal tender for over a.lHXUHHI bushnls of wheat, the labor cost of which in moie than tVKO, (HH). That Ih, Ii fieo coinage, under law, 8.'MIS.(Mk) of mine labor Is imido and roieedtoau e.unlll) with 1? LO(KMKH) if fat 111 labor cost. II) law this fieo coined silver, when II lepiesenlH onlv 8' li.MK) of mine lalior in .Montiinn, will bo ONohangoublo for J (HMKXI faini labor in Nebraska. Ih HiIh ilghtr Will No braska and otliei farmeiH hurrah for this emamouH mvimllo of their toil? Tlieio Ih no advantage to the fanner or tho laboier inn lediindauey of cheap money. It mines tho pi ice or I noun in pmductH in cheap money, cutting oil' tho ex poit trade and iiariovviug tho market. With a HctlcloUH price tint upon wheat through tho cheapness of tho mono with which it Is purchased, the foteign puieliaser cannot itlfoid to deal witli our fainiein, but goes to India, Itussia or tlu Aigcntinc Kepublic for Ids wheat. The consequence of thin Is hind times heie and tho ovpoit of gold fiom the country. "Ah soon iih our wheat gotH down to a pi ice where it can llnil piiichasfliH abioad; iih soon as wo begin to sell to foreign pttichaMUH, tlio Hiitiplv and tho demand alone legulatlng tlio irlee, tho gold bogl iih to coiuoi liaolc to uh. Tho tin 11 in the tide of gold noticeable with in the last few days, wiih due lo the sales of wheat, which had been brought out by tho noeosHity tho holdom wore under to raise money." Mr. Morton snvs the populist party Ih (iisiutegtatiug. " liy thu nomination or Mr. Cleveland and thu wording of the platfoim, democrats repudiated all heresies aud took the position to which it belongs, on the side of Hound money and sound principles. The paity Ih pledged to this ami tlio election of Mr. Cleveland is an indoisemout or his position by a majority of tho people. His election meant, among other things, tho nomination of laws placing no artificial prices upon -ooinnmdilies, whether of wood or metal, tin or silver; that tho L'owrnmcut should not bo I lllll I III- Cllll I llllll 111 nillllllll IMIL III' ! f 1 li. Ih. i, Imi ,.r- ,., .1 f, mIiimi- .if i roiceii to in- a nuverora rice coinei or uii..,.. ,.,,.1 it,,, 1 u..,i.i I.,,.,,, it.. ,.1 ,...! f ,.u n..,. ........ ...... .,... .. ..v ...., ........ ..r, u ...ni.i i... i.,.r..,.....i tuiii 11 ,.. liiiii. .v . - - , - . ,, -".. ,...,-. .- , .: -, i uuiiuciuaiiug siamiaiii 01 vaiuo. 1 no not think tlio people are led uvviij for long bv (lemngiigueH. ''The Htiong cominou sense of the average citien diseoveiH tho agitator ami demugogue in time, and the thhd part) led bv diw'i-.ieed demagogues ills lnitr.l fi,,!.. tit.. 111., l.fil 1. tiifil ,,tl-li,.u lu v.,....v .. ....,,, .... ,., ,,,,,..,,,, ,,,,, f-t " piohalil) go 111; to pii(es. A the plain ..'. I people of tins counti) want t a sound re liahle ciirreuc) Hiilllciont ror tiieir pui pose or their trade and cotmueico. Vou can never get a uiajoiltx of the people of this cnimtrv to favor a euuencv based on iiitillcial value, and conse quently unstable and liable to cause seiioim dost met ion. The gieat tumble in nettling this question has come from the fai-t that mini) or our statesmen of both parties in congiess are dcmagogucH and aie inlluemed bj the consideration of wliat maj be the imuieiliate eireet of thou- action upon their political pnw poets, i.ither than by their own judg 1 'j'. x (l(.toi mino thi-niselveH as to whut , t. ,.,,jt. ttat. and then wniet!uicn ,lmo tlif.li- constituents into wanting iiu-iii ii in iiiii is un- iijjiu iiiin ii, .in. what is not the best thing for them. n evidence of tin- pressing needs of Hie popiiusiH is uiven 111 ine euoilH me) are pulling loith at this time, im-v-111 engaued 111 what the) call a mid summer eamp.iiu'n, held in camp .mil mass meetings, to pn-ss their iloetiines Upon Hie people. Allen, the nevvlv elected senator finni Nebraska, is hold mg mii'tings and piessing tho Hat mono) iloetiines tluoiighoiit the state, but is having small andieiH-Vs. and Hrvau is down poutli talking fieo coinage ofiiilvor, but with all their etfoits at this unusual season it is evident that thev are losing ground rapidl)." o The Becrotarv of agriculture is a 10 imiikabl) well posted man. ami 111 tho discussion or the tiuaueial question lie is verv much at home. His explanation of the inevitable iouilt ir the lice coin ago of a cheap silver dollar is at once clear and sound. The nitcit leu selves to show the wide divergence in the views of Mr. Cleve land's seen-tar) of agiicidtuio and the congressman from this disttict. Theie aie people unkind enough to insist Hint Mr. M01 ton's icfe ein-o to "demagogues w lio 1110 iutliienco 1 bv the consideration or what ma) he the immediate eilect of their action itpo.t their (mliticd pios peels, lather than bv their own judg incut, iih to what is the iijht thing to do," is aline I ut Mr. Ilrv.iu V. W. Collins has been talking mi the silver question, too. To a AVirw iiqiortoi thootheidii) ho said: "The uatum Is imioiih 100 liiucn suvoi on 1110 siouuich it needs to ho phjsickedor the Sl.er man silver law. .'hut accomplished, the piiHont -hould have ca-oful tiuaueial diet. A po.son whoH'Ston.cli a 1 1 hver il' out of n'lo i ll-ll-.i j 1.11 1 i'e I by the demons of iIIhIiuhI ami despon dency ho with (he nation, Thonntlon'n liver hi dlsoideied, and IhaU too, hugely b over Indulgence. If tho heiesleii of the hl-metallistH piovall, thin countiy, In my humble judgment, will bo vlsiled by llnaneliil gloom and distress, beHldo which lllnek Friday was not a oiicum Hlaneo," O. M Peteisou lemaikri in the Plultti mouth AVici Hint "thu Calhmins ami Caspeuiof the democrat h; aggregation wlileh Ih tho only genuine 'gi eldest hIiow on oaith' do not seem to leidlo tliat tho election In ovet, aud that Hip Clovelandii, Mar ins, tho OIiiojh ami tho Hoke Siuitlm aio In tho raddle," Tho Koainey ,oaniu hiivhi Judgiv Maxwell linn held down an ollleo for eighteen win H by tho grace of tho in publican pintv. Ago iloen not wither tho asphatlous of a man once Initialed into the habit of political position. Tho evident Intent of the late coiivoihIoii will not tend to make popullsta ted hot to Hiippoit htm when tlio) have 'middle of the road' men of longstanding looking for just Hiieh a plum. ' Cul out tho coupon and piomuo freu adinisalou to the gieat plunge In tho now sanitarium. Wh) let vour futH remain id homo whore moths aio almost sine to got Into them, when F. H. Vol Iter. 11 nrncticitl fui tier, will hIoio them until next winter and guarantee to return them in perfect oider. Call and see him at the V. M. (J. A. building, For all social ilolugH the Nebraska state baud or oiehcstra Ih what In alwavH most desired, Fruited Ice cieam soda water imuhi fiom the natural fiuit, at Hector's Phar macy. Mih. W. K. OoHiiur'H new spring Htoclc of millinery, the llnest in tho city, Is now complete. When ion and jour best girl are out rorastioll iilwavs make a boo Hue for Juno Ice cream pavilion Thirteenth and 0 streets. FiiiHHtorcd at F. K. Voelker's. "The Host" Laundry, 'SlO-i O Htreot. telephone fi'tf, H. Tovvnsond it Co., pro piietoiH, Lincoln, Neb. The DaughtorH of VoteraiiH enjoyed u very ploiiHaiit picnic at Lincoln park Wednesday. "J'licro was also a Haptist Sunday schodl picnic tho same day. Thursday evening, tho Mandolin club, one of Lincoln's newest ami most credit able musical organizations, gave a de lightful concert, beginning, today, Manager llickoy has a most attractivo list of attractions. This afteinoon tho 1 ... Vir.ICO S lllllllOll till looll COIIlpllliy .. , , p n ifif i win iiiiiko an aHLciisinn. t. (.. ivn- , . , . i,i,.f nml 1 pairicic, mo cuampion wick ami ' rmii.v leice liner, will also 1 - .. , , open Iiih wooKh cngagomeut thin afternoon. Mi. KilpatricK is the man who created such a sensation by riding a bicycle down tho steps of the capitoi at Washington a few weeks ago. ilo onl) has one leg, but he la without a. peer in tancy ruling. At Lincoln park ., , .1,.,,,,. ,, .,,.,.. , 1 1.,,,, ,....,, ..I , '" "'" "" """". "i-'j - """"' J .il it.., 11,1 1. hl I r,,..i l.la.k, .....I .. ,11 .., .. ..... ' """'"'v "" ,," . h'"" liihltioiiH on a plairoiiu in tho otien air, Ho will pei foi m every aficruooii and evening of Huh vveoK. 'LuiHiiaj, tho Fourth of July, in addition to the at tractions mimed above, thuie will bo oxhibitioiiH of high and slack wiio walking and per forming; tho great hicjcio totirnaiuent, l ef elicit to olsovvliote; dancing afternoon and evening, and ii iiiagiurictfiii display j OI hiowoiKH in uiu ovoimig. It is probable Hint the last big pie ' ,c at Ciihhiuaii pailt iiiuloi the picKint iininageiiioiii win occur toiiai.ii iieinir ' ifiMirtoil th.it tlu rcw , wi,, the eoiitml or it r ' 'UmIiix there will ho a rtsort is about to iass i .liOius svndicate. I tilillli anil fiiatit-iil tno PlaltiiueiHclio un htiicstzung Vitu.ii. uml ilu usual hiir iumil k nv. poctcil. rjpeend trains will leave thu liuilingtou depot at i:.;u, 'J:.,u, ,r,;d) unci o p. m.; letu ruing at 1-...U, .1:00. 1 :,((). (i.H) and :.,U p. 111. .v uuiubor of special ut tractions have been miaiiged tor todaj, and theie will lie the usual concert after noon ami evening. At Ciishmau park theie is boating, iiwimiiiing. dan, -ig, etc ami the blliulay piciiics have eu tin most Huccessiul tea tu re eve -tempted at the p.nk. It ih no jit known what hiIIi-v will Im pursm ' the now ow.ieisof the pitrK. It needed tho settled warm wi or late Juno to si nd h.iKe crouds ti. . . Iingtnn bench t tie people fail I) Hocked to this it-sort nil Inst wiek, and bathing was the chief altiiictliiii. I'rom plcsenl indications the present season will be oven moie piotltuble than last. The beach 1-. in wrj tine condition, and tlio general attiaeiive.iess is considerably enhanced. Ttio steamer,' whicli now nialtes icgtihu trips n.ictiioon and oven mg. is cmw doit iieaily alwavH, whilo tin-big dancing pavilion at tho cud of the plot, is full or inorrj danceiH moHt of tno tune, bailing coiitiiilioH to be vel) sipuhir. Iieilier one deshes t bathe, H.al. dance, iale on thestoaniboa or gaze into thewater.theioatoiuoanb at hand tor thoioiigli 1 iijojiiiout, lu tho evening when the t Iconic lights are on, the beach presents a lno-.t healitlful n) pe.uanci. I bote is alwajs a cool bieoo. elaborate program of aquatic siMirts last mg all lhe afternoon. Ihorowill bo all kinds or boat racing, sailing and rowiii" mi un- riiiiriii 01 ,11111 uieio w in in, 101 tub races, swimming races, etc., tho piizcs consisting or medals and season bathing ticko.s. 'Iho.e will bo niusiis ufieiiKHiii ami evening, with agrand ball ami a tag uispho ol U.owoiKh in tho ovi . ,. 0 125 NORTH NINTH SIBEEIt..