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THE WKKKLY I1KKALD; l'LATTSMOl I ll.XMUltASKA. n-nKl'Al.Y
AROUSED HIS ANGER.
Nebraska Lawyers Have a Live
ly Time in Council Bluffs.
ARE FINED FOR CONTEMPT.
Inkstand Used as Arguments-Narrow
Escape of a Brother Law
yer Who Came to Their
Rescue -Not Settled.
Counc il Hiafi's, la., Jan. 2."-K.
II. Wooley of Lincoln and I). I).
Dwyer, of IMattamouth, found
another Daniel come to judgment
' here today. Tliev appeared before
Justice Fox to defend in one of the
numerous attachment suits brought
against the 1$. & M. employes, resi
dents of Plattsmouth, by a Sioux
City collection agency, When the
case came up for trial the attorneys
for the defendants asked for a trial
by jury, which they claimed they
jfwere entitled according to a great
(jmany decisions of the supreme
court. The justice ruled against
them and said the cases must be
tried to the court. This was the be
ginning of the trouble which lasted
all through the trial. Several de
cisious of the court being con
strued by the attorneys us unjust
to themselves and clients, at the
close of the trial there was a formal
declaration of war, Attorneys Wool
ley and Dwyer filing an objection
to the trial of any of the remaining
cases by Judge Fox, alleging as the
ground of their objection that he
was "non compos mentis, not com
petent to try the cases properly."
The justice thereupon proceeced
to enter up a decision on his re
cord, fining them $10 each for con
tempt of court and sending them to
the county jail for one day in de
fault of payment. Wooley requested
that he be given time to consult an
attorney and this was granted by
A little later he returned to the
court room with attoruey J. J.
Stewart' who, in addressing the
court said that the attorney's had
no intention of committing a con
tempt of court, but they were of the
opinion that ex-Justice Swearingen,
from whom the case had been tak
en on a change of venue, who oc
cupied a seat on a box besides Jus
tice Fox during the trial, was hav
ing altogether to much of a hand
in the trial. i i
At this point Swearinger reached
over and picked up an inkstand
from the desk in front of him. The
prospects were that Stewart's
brains would presently be painting
design in crimson on the floor of
the room. He dodped but the
dodge was useless, for if the ex
justice had any intention of throw
ing the inkstand at his enemy he
reconsidered it before it was ever
lasting too late and contended him
eelf with remonstrating with
Stewart, in a rather energetic fash
ion. Stewart then presented the
court with a paper embodying the
statements which he had made in
behalf of his clients, asking per
mission to withdraw the aflidavit
in which had applied the term "non
compos mentis" to the court, and in
short, taking back everything. The
attorneys then asked the court to
expunge the record of the contempt
Justice Fox was not willing to
forgive nndjorget everything, but
offered to reduce the fine to $5,
Wooley offered to take the respon
sibility for everything that had
occurred if only Dwyer might be
released. At last, after some tall
speechifying had been done, the
justice agreed to take the matter
under advisement until Saturday
morning, when he shall decide
whether or not the contempt pro
ceedings shall be quashed.
To Whom It May Concern.
Report having been Jmade to the
board of county commissioners of
Cass county, Xebraska, by the clerk
of the district court of said county
which report shows that there is
mow and has been for the latsix
mouths remaining in the hands of
he said district clerk, certain wit
less fees which have been uncalled
or. Xowif such fees shall not be
called for within six months from
'January 3, 1SIM, the same will be
considered as forfeited and will be
paid into the common school fund
of said Cass county.
To Jtlie honorable board of county
commissioners of Cass county,
Gentlemen Hereto attached are
a lint of the witness fees remaining
uncalled for. for six months last
Allen. H. I fi.io
Jlrukt I, Charles
Uaker, Oliver x'A)
1 la I Ion, O. II 200.
Ilarnes, atnes 2.00
llurke, F. A 2.IX)
Hiiute, 1I.F 1,00
Carriugtou, L 2.00
Cummins, John O.M
Chandler, William 2.00
i Davis, Kdwiu
! Foley, M
; Gordon, Ira
1 Hacksell, Harry.
Ilatiiblelou, V S,
Hay, Geo A
Johnson, II. X . . . ,
Kinder, W II....
Kerns, J W
Lee, Charles 2.00
Mercer, LC 1.00
Merges, Peter 1.10
Mills, F D 2.00
j Murray, W K C W
Plummer, Kli 2.00
Petersen, J C 2.00
Parcell.K W 4.S0
Rockwell, S F 3.80
Kayburn, Win 2.00
Hitter, J E 4.80
Richards, Taylor 1.20
Raapke, Lewis 2.00
Siebold, JH ZM
Streight, II J 1.00
Sprague, K S 4.08
Sprague, Mr 6.00
Sievers, Kd 2.00
Sievers, Kd 2.20
Strode, Jit 2.(X)
Thacker. DT 110
Todd, Kdwiu , 1.00
Todd, Mrs Kdwin 1.00
Wright, William II 2.00
Walker, J A 2.00
Wolfe, John 3.20
Volk, Peter 3.40
State of Xebraska )
County of Cass )
1, W. II. Dearing, clerk of the dis
trict court of Cass county, Nebraska
do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing is a true and correct
list of witness fees remaining in my
hands unclaimed for the period of
six months last past.
W. 11. Deakixo, Clerk.
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ONE OK HAYES'NAXIMS.
Kx-President Hayes was the
author of one of the best political
maxims on record. It was he who
said: "He serves his party best
who serves his country best." The
expression occurs in his inaugural
address. In urging the necessity
of civil service reform and fidelity
to public trust he said:
"The president of the United
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tion of office to the sufferage and
.ealous labors of a political party,
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nrder and regard as of essential im
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LOST IN THE BREAKERS
C. W. Mosher Tells His Story,
to the Grand Jury.
SAYS HE IS DONE FOR.
I While Tell.nu: Hla Story to the Grand
Jury He Cries He Was a Whole
sale Robber But Was De
tected to Soon.
1.1X1 OLN. Neb., Jan. 27 -The grand
jury has found live indictments
against Mosher, in connection with
the Capital National bank. He is in
the custody of United States Mar
shal Slaughter and is detained in
his room at the Lincoln hotel.
It is stated that Mosher has pur
sued a course of systematic forgery
removing original papers and re
placing them with forged ones with
obt tho knowledge of the cashier,
who supposed the papers were all
right. Mosher told the grand jury
that he had lost the money
in the Western Manufactur
ing company; that he had found it
necessary to put in new depart
ments of manufacture at the peni
tentiary and replaced old plants
with new ones. He said it had taken
a vast amount of money and that
he saw nothing but ruin ahead if he
did not succeed, and thought the
investment would have proven all
right had he been able to keep his
head above water for a while longer
but Was compelled to steal by the
wholesale and got to the end of the
rope before he was out of the
breakers. He rattled along with his
story, sobbing and crying and be
fore he was down the eyes of the
jurors were wet with sympathetic
It is stated that the friends of
Mosher, called upon him and of
fered to put $100,000 at his disposal
to stem the tide but this he refused
saying that nothing could save him
It is rumored, however, that his
attorneys are figuring on saving
the prison contract. The legisla
ture has practically determined to
take the matter entirely out of poli
tics. The present contractor is un
der indictment by the federal grand
jury, while the manage, is under
indictment by the state, and the
fact has gone forth that the period
of political indulgences is nearly
at an end.
The grand jury is going into the
matter beyond the connection of
Mother with the case, and will dip
into the penitentiary contract, as
well as into all the other assetts of
the institution. There are grave
rumors that the evidence already
introduced seriously effects a num
ber of Lincoln citizens. The trial is
a hot one, and the grand jury will
probe to the bottom. Mosher will
not be allowed to shoulder the full
responsibility as he desires to do,
unless it is demonstrated that
others cannot be criminally con
nected with it.
The buying up of claims by scalp
ers has been going on all day.
Among those thus disposed of was
a $16,000 claim of Humphrey Bros.,
which was sold to Nels C. Brock.
It has been supposed that the
scalpers could not be thus invested
unless they had a tip from the in
side and knew what they were
about, but a "way-down deep" tip to
night advises all having claims to
dispose of them for what they can
get, if it is not more than 65 cents
on a dollar. It is stated that this is
based on what the grand jurv has
discovered, and which reperseuts
the situation as far less promising
than has beeu supposed up to this
The Governor's Proclamation.
Lincoln. Xeb. Jan., 27-Govemor
Crounse yesterday issued his pro
clamation declaring Beatrice a city
of the first class. This was Uoe as
the result of Mavnr Pi.iii;,,., i...
j ... . i ' -.-ingcomeplled
by writ of mandamus
io ceruiy 10 tne governor that Beat
rice had a population of more than
10,000 ns shown by the last census.
The proclamation was issued by
the governor under date of I a mi.
ary 20. As the affair cutniinated in
a lawsuit there are rumors to the
effect that the opposition to makt
wig the city one of the first class
will take further action, but it is
generally believed that the case is
settled for all time. The governor's
proclamation reads as follows;
Whereas, a certificate has this
day been filled in the executive
office by the mayor of the city of
Beatrice, in the state of Nebraska,
wherein it is certified that the said
city of Beatrice contains a popula
tion of more than ten thousand and
less than twenty. live thousand iu.
habitants (13.S23I as shown by the
census and enumeration taken by
authority of the laws of the United
States in the ve sir A. I), in1.).
Hi'Tcl' n , in accordance with
sections KM', and 2.")07 of the consoli
dated statute of 1801, of an act to
amend sections one and two of an
act entitltd "An act to incorporate
cities of the firt-class having less
than than twenty-five and more
than eight thousand inhabitant,
and regulating their duties, powers
and government," approved March
14, ISS'i, approved April 4, lWl, I,
Lorenzo Crounse, governor of the
state of Nebraska, do hereby issue
my proclamation, and declare said
Cil of Heatrice a city of the i.-i.
class and subject to all tho provi
sions of said act.
HKOKK l'I A MEKTIXC.
Lafayette, Ind.. Jan. 2tv-Profes-sor
George P. Rudolph, formally a
Catholic priest at Cleveland, O., at
tempted to lecture at the opera
house this evening under the au
spices of the American protective
association: "Why I Left the Rom
ish Church." Soon after the opening
of the discourse a mob broke in a
rear door of the house and rushed
on the stage and attacked the
speaker. Rudolph was knocked
down and raising drew tt revolver
and fired two shots. This brought
a regular fusilade from all parts of
the house, which was crowded. A
stampede at once ensued, and while
screams rent the air, a rush was
made for the doors. Many ladies
were bruised and thrown down in
an etfort to escape. The crowd was
ejected from the place and Rudolph
continued his lecture. The sheriff
appointed a number of deputies,
but they were unable to keep the
crowd in the gallary quiet and the
meeting was adjourned. Between
fifteen or twenty shots were tired
but no one was hit. The mob wait
ed outside, but under strong guard
Rudolph was placed in a closed
carriage and escorted to his hoard
iughouse. Interest was awakened Tuesday
in the subject of reapportionment
by the introduction of a resolution
by Representative Suter, independ
out, calling for a joint committee to
report on the question of an appor
tionment for senatorial and legisla
tive districts. The resolution was
re'erred to a committee.
It will be remembered that two
years ago the legislature neglected
to apportion, the parties not
agreeing. JAs the constitution pro
vides for an apportionment at the
first session after each state or U. S.
census enumeration. Two years
was deemed the proper time but
now it would be illegal. The inde
pendents are to blame as they had
a good working majority.
The resolution as offered is in line
with the following parargaph in
Governor Boyd's retiring message:
The last legislature neglected to
reapportion the state into senatorial
and legislative districts, as required
by law. Whether your honorable
body as the successor of the body
which failed to discharge its duty,
is competent to adopt a reapportion
ment act is a question. In my judg
ment, after consulting with eminent
legal authority, you shouldpass
such an act, leaving the supreme
court to determine its constitution
ality if the question should be af
terwards raised. I hold that such
a reapportionment should be made
in compliance, not only with the
spirit of the law, but also in justice
to sections of the state, which, be
cause of the increased development
are not adequately represented uu
dcr the present act.
TELEPHONE) REGULATIONS. -Senator
Pope opened up on tele
phone companies last week by in
troducing senate file Xo. 9S. The
rate to be charged for a telephone
instrument in a private residence
shall not exceed $1 per month, $1.50
per month iu a business house or
office, 15 cents for service covering
a distance of SO miles, 25 cents 50 to
100 miles, and 10 cents each addi
tional 50 miles and 10 cents for
The bill not only provides a pen
alty of not less than $500 against a
corporation violating the law, but
also makes the agent receiving fees
liable to a fine of not less thou JfUiK)
and not over $500 and three month
imprisonment in the county jail.
The American Woman.
Marion Crawford is evidently uti
lizing his social opportunities dur.
ing his present American visit for
a study of American Women, and
in the next issue of the Ladies
Home Journal he will give the re
sultsof his observations 'and des
cribe "The American Woman" as
she appears to him after an absence
of ten years; in what resp.-cts she
has changed, and whether she has
improved in her dress, manners
The year 1803 came in on Sunday;
Lent begins February 15 and ends
with K.ister Sunday, April 2, Wash
ingtou's birthday, February 22, is
on Wednesday, St. Patrick's day,
March 17, on Friday, Fourth of July
on Tuesday, Labor day, Monday
September 4, Christmas Monday
December 25. There will be two
eclipses of the sun -April 16th and
October 0th. Neither will be visi
ble to the inhabitants of this part
of the globe.
YKtnll Una, fonarrlrtora.
rn-'iir.8 of tho South Pari fie ocean
produce a wonderful njwcies of tho sea
weed called tho "veget.ihlw Imou constric
tor." Th.y are likely to lie met with ut
any point U i,vra tho lower point of
Bout hern California and the Sandwich
Islands on the one hide und between Chili
ntnl Australia on tho other. These vine
lib) bi rangier are frrqnoutly found
tightly entwined almut the body of ft
ili.dwl i! , '.: l or porpoise, but wheth
v they h:d fift-wd Upon llie bodie of
these dad wa minimis lief ore life had
become extinct or hud only ventured to
attack the remains after tho vital Fpui I:
had fled arw rouutudruina which of
course eiinnoi ho aiiHwered. DxpcrituenU
made with this curious vine unci the car
cii.sh of u iorpoise washed iihhoie in the
harbor at Apia tend to prove that the
Tine, like that of our common liean, will
not entwine itself itrouwl anylhiiiL; ili'iol,
whether that thing be of vi gullible or
Dr. Chadboume, iu his "Annals of
tho Caroline Islands." says: "I have
often Been monster specimens of inacri
cystis (the giant Kcaweed) with every
vest ago of life HiMicezcd out of them by
that ocenu ileiuoii, tho constrictor vine,
which is itself a species of seaweed.
MncrirysistiR often grows to 1k from
2(1 to HO inches in diameter and l,ri)0 to
2,000 feet in length, while the constrictor
vine seldom exceeds 100 feet in lunnth
nml is never larger in diameter than u
pound and a half salmon can. It is the
'sipieeze snake' of tho ocean, however,
nml woe to the unlucky man. animal or
plant that comes within its reach." fc
Tho mahdi's outward uppenrunce wiw
strangely fascinating; ho was u man of
strong constitution, very dark complex
ion und his face ulways wore a pleasant
tsinile, to which ho had, by long practice,
accustomed himself. Under this mnilo
gleamed a set of singularly white teoth,
and between tho two upier middlo one
was a V Hhaped upaco, which iu the Sou
dan is considered a sign that tho owner
will be lucky. The uiuhdi was well
versed in the in t of winning over jieoph).
His unrufllcd smile, pleasant milliners,
generoKity and equahle temperament,
though nt times somewhat severe, all
tended to enhance tlm populur idea of
him. Ho attributed tho elocution of
Said Potdia and Ali Iley bhcrif (tho vali
ant defenders of LI Obcid) to the Khalifa
Abdullah, aud when tho two little sons
of the latter were brought to him tho
smiling hypocrite wept for their father's
The popular belief in him and his
cause almost amounted to worship.
Women enpecially raved about him aud
thought him the most handsome of men.
His virtues were extolled in poems, and
constant reference was made to his good
looks, wisdom, stature and to his re
peated victories over the Turks. The
beggars used to learn off by heart special
laudatory verses, and by reciting them
from house to house they were sure to ;
be given alms. "Ten Yean' Captivity '
in the Mahdi b Camp,
lie Threw Away the Cigar.
"George," she aaid softly, aa
looked trustingly into his eyes.
"What ia it, dearest?" he asked ten
derly. "Don't you think, George," she said
slowly, "that you had better throw awuy
"Do you object to Brooke, petf" he
"Oh. no, George, dear George; not at
all." she replied quickly. "I rather like
the smell of a good cigur, but but"
"Does your mother object to cigar
htnoke in the house?"
"Oh. no; papa smokes here all the
time, but but"
"But what, dearest?"
"But you are so forgetful, Goorge,
and and if you should forget to take
the cigar out of your mouth you might
even a slight burn on my check, you
know, would cause comment."
The cigar went into the grate, and a
minute later there was nothing but a
blush on a fair cheek to indicate that
George would take a broad hint. De
troit Free Press.
Longevity In England.
The death rate in the Peak of Derby
shire is bo low that the district rivals in
salubrity the American village which
was so extraordinarily healthy that the
inhabitants who wished to "shnflle off
this mortal coil" had to migrate into a
neighlioriiig town. The mortality at
Buxton is nine per 1,000; at the adjacent
hamlet of Flash it is said that death
takes only the very young and very old,
the infant end the patriarch. The sexton
can almost tell whoso grave he will next
dig. In a similar maimer at Ednle, un
der the shadow of Kinderscout, death
goes by seniority.
At Tideswcll, also In the "Peake Conn
trie," there was, quite recently, the fu
neral of a man sixty-four years of age,
whose father and mother were still liv
ing in the parish, having la-en married
sixty-seven years. Sala's Journal.
Not to Tie Outdone.
Governor Tumey, of Tennessee, tells
a good story and has a keen appreciation
of fun. Once while his regiment was in
winter (pun ters with a Georgia regiment
a religious revival was started in camp.
An oflicer told him one day that twelve
of the Georgians had tieen converted.
"How many of our men professed
Christianity?" he a-sked.
"What! what!" he aid. "none of my
men converted? It will never do for
Georgia to get ahead of Tennessee, Ser
geant, detail eighteen of my men for bap
tism at once." New York World.
Merely a HyputlieialN.
One remarkahlo thing in Japan is tho
number of small children and babies
which are shipped to the backs of other
children. ILaven only knows where
they come from. Iu (icrmauy thero is a
legend to tho effect thr.t storks bring
babies. Perhaps tho great number of
forks in Japan nro engaged in tho same
pursuit. Bultimore American.
On of 111 Great IHiinora of Venice.
Perhaps I lie most expensive banquet errr
givcu in Whir was that to Henry III of
France. 11 was ft-asted In the ureal hall
of t lie docm palace, and there were silYtr
plates for 3,oo i(iietH. At another time
the Mine inoiiii)vh was entertained at
auar banquet the napkins, plates, knives,
forks and even the bread (so called) went'
all of siiKar. The Venetians were mightily
pleased wiien Henry took his napkin in bia
hauils nml, to his surprise, found that tt
broke to pieces. At this feast I, 'JflO differ
ent dishes were served, Hnd SOU miliar elli
pie were distributed among the ladiea.
llellufii About the Karth.
Newton, the jjn'at Sir Isaac, surmised,
although he could give no reason for the
conclusions he had reached, that In the
course of time the earth wouhl bec-ome per
fectly dry. Others, most notably lie Verne,
Hamilton (Professor A. L.)and the young
er Lysaniler, all believed that eventually
the earth would liecome as dry as the pro
verbial chip. Kven In this day and age the
theory has many ailliureuts. St. Loui
Mie Never ('opln liar Work.
Margaret Sangster tays that when she
writesanything she has it thoroughly out
lined in her mind lieforeshe liegius to put
it on paMT. Often she will know almost
the very words of a poem before she
touches pen to paper. Then, when she duet
write, it Is very rapidly, aud she never
copies. -New York Kocorder.
Mucilage for Stamp.
The mucilage on the back of postage
stamps Is nothing tint dextrine dissolved
In water, with a little alum, vinegar and
alcohol added. It is the finest mucilage In
the world, for when it Is once set paper or
cloth gummed with it will tear anywhere
else rather tliau ut the joint. Exchange,
Walter Will jou try some of our green
IJuest No, hlree, hob, I won't. 1 ain't
eatin auyth g green these days. If you
have any ripe turtle soup, though, I'll
have It. lbirper's llaaar.
At the table of the regent Duke of Or
leans it was he ctistutn for a guest to drop
a piece of gold in the plate from which he
had just eaten a dish whose taste he fan
cied. A stained glass window has been put la
the parish hurch of Hythe, England, im
memory of Lionel Lukiu, who conceived
aud designed the first lifeboat In 178i
Following Good Preaching.
Vicar (severely, to his cook) Mary, you
had a soldier to supper last night.
Cook Yes, sir; he's my brother. !
Vicar but you told me you bad ne
Cook So 1 thought, air, until yon
preached last Sunday, aud told us we were
all brothers aud sisters. lxmdon Tit-lilt.
A Straightforward Answer.
The late J. II. Lippincott ventured to
ask Ouidit, the novelist, how she came
to know so much about clubs, camp life,
barracks, gambling houses and other places
which are only visited by men. She placed
ber bauds upon her knees and looking
straight at her questioner said, "It is noiia
of your business. "-New York Recorder.
The reason why corn (maize) never rows
unevenly la supposed to be because of Ita
having opposite radials of growth from tha
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r .0f.ar.lt of.r .11 olb.n, tod Ivm e e.rr.ot tbu bf
iu.llr r.llbr lb. Mr.r or t. rorfoM l.OOO.O. .oi
will rmr .11 of lh .bov. oltiMt.. .r m ..v. Tb.uM.d4
h.v. be.. urd by ibii Bftrrtioui i...tio rt.r ll
oib.f i bar. r.n.4, nt o lit kimlrao. MUsMateU
loibuuid .T.r, .ibor tut.
Our Krrul Improxd ll KTRir SI'SnHSORT U lb
PT.IO.I bM mxlinl wool ii.ii; film KITH M
Kl.TN. llr.ltb TI.m Nlrtwtb (J I AKlMblll la
oi.M) Dili. Son lot luf Ulwtnw4 auaaalMa,
eftlod.rre. bf aaall. Addr.u
RAIVOIill'r XBXj3BO'X,'1TO CO,
No. 1 09 La Salt tret, CHICAGO, ILL.
To enjoy health nnaehonlrl have rr
lar cva'tu(lona evorr lata y four
hour, 'the evils, both mautal mmA
fhjralcal, resulting from
romany and aorlooa. For tho ar
or this common Iron bio, Tnft'a I,lor
rilla hat Kalnwrl a popularity napajr
ftllolcd. Elegantly sugar coai4.
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