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Wl-l-KLY llllltALl): rLATTSMOUTH. XKHUASKA. M ARCH i. ISM.
Ex-President Hai rison the
.Center of Attraction.
WILL WfMTE A BOOK.
The Church Where h At enrterl Dl
vlneWorshlp Flllfrl to Ovr-flowlna-AnE
1ittiii k;. r... .iairn .. nit
and hi o.iriy arrived at Kast Liber
ty station at about o'ohvk this
morning The president and parly
were tin n'to-sts of K'ev. J.I'.K. Kuni
ler. of the Kast Liberty IVesbyter
iatl i lutreh. My the time breakfast
waa nerved. K'v. Dr. Kiunler had
fkrived at the station with two
J5lrrian'e U convey his eue-ts to
his home, where they were to spend
the day. The family am! "'iieuls
immediately prepnred to attend
services at the ehiireli of wide!) Dr.
Kuti)ler is astor. It haviny been
publicly anmmiierd that '). ex
president and party would attend
the morn in;.!,' servh-e.- at t!;.! be.mti
fill Kast Lihertv I'rc.-divterinn
that edifice as early as (.l o'clock,
notwillistai.ilin the fact that si r
vices were not to beuin until 11
A few people who knew Mr. Har
rison pressed (forward, .'-ir. II ..ri
ton received litem ail with a eor-,-.
hand-shake. When the aisles
were cleared the party return, d to
the resilience of Dr. Kuinler, where
dinner awaited th. 'in. Mr. Harrison
seemed totally mi' onseiom ot the
widespread attention he attraetid
while at church.
(iKYSKKS VMI.KNT r.XII I Hi 1 1 )..S.
CHEYKNNK, Wyo., March '1 A let
ter received lroiu a party oi ioui
ists in Ihe Yellowstone National
niirlt irivi'M niirticulars of the recent
eartD-iuaiies in won ,m i hum. i
i . . . . t i.-. ...
the past two weeks the subterranean
noise have been very distinct, and
there have been nearly every day
eruptions in different parts of the
park near the Giant ami Giantess
Heysens. There have been openings
in the ground through which came
clouds of steam and smoke, it was
hard lo tell which.
TKOOI'S C'ALLKD oKT.
GnitKli:. Okl., March li Two
troops of cavalry passed through
here today bound tortile Cherokee
Strip from Fort Keno, and more are
to follow. They have orders to clear
the ntrip of every body and keep it
clear until the opening lakes place.
k'enorl from all ahuiir the but-
der are that the home seekers ate
ipiiet iind that n trouble of any
kind will occurr in the near future
Roomers arrive slea-lily all day
in great numbers, and these with
the campers already on hand, are
tonight encamped all along the
orderawaitiug the final opening
Tlf the land which they have divert
ed so long. K very where irood na
ture prevail, and, though there sue
many gamblers and fakirs on hand
no serious trouble has yet occurred
or is looked for The homeseekers
seem confident the I 'resident Cleve
land will soon sign tne inn giving
. then) permission to invade the strip
f and are xvillinir to wait until that
time. When that time does arrive
there will be a grand rush for the
select pieces of 1 ind in the atrip.
Many have already decided upon
certain spots and will make a big
Mideavor to gain them. Fleet
horses, have been secured, one per
son out of nearly every family in
tending to rush ahead, the rest of
tilt household to come on at leisui e
with the household utensils, etc,
The greater number are prepared
to at once build and break ground
for farming several having brought
lumber and farming implements
I ...:l, ).. tn u ttiHtiv Inive heen
j camping on the broders for some
time and with no means id provia-
iejiH, and it will be necessary to
In 4r"mfarinii iriinmediately. Tonight
"iltn and evervbodv is liappv in
anticipation of the coming open
Till- HOVKkMliX STATU.
Jki i i;kso., City, Mo., March 7,--Since
Friday h:st when Judge Phil
lips of the I'nited States court an
nounced his decision in the case of
the St. Clair county judges, Gover
nor Stone had been given the points
of the ojioini.ni some close atten
tion. Today he gavexmt a letigthly
statement on the subject. He de
nies thai he is trying to defy the
federal courts. Me then says:
"I presume the people of the
state could abolish the county
courts altogether if they wished to
do so, without leave of the bond
holders or the federal judges.
Though f may be guilty of inciting'
treason in saying it, the federal
col't is semi-foreign to the state.
Jlkt circuit judges are rarely ali
ens ot tne state wiiose laws mey
t at defiance; the states haveabso
solutely no control over them. They
have no special concern or interest
in the state governments. They
hold life offices and draw salaries
trom the federal government. They
are in a nieaMire separated from
the states. They belong in a pecu
lar sense to the I'uit-'il States. The
general government is magnified
and the stale government dwarfed
in their thoughts, l'hey are apt to
force their measures and uniposes
w ithout regard to the local inter
ests or the rights of the state.'
I'he governor thinks it would be
better to go back t the old rule
which prevailed in the better days
of the republic, when the spirit as
i well as tlie letter oi tne constitu
tion was observed, and when state
sovereignty-sovereign within its
proper sphere was something
more than a shallow pretense or a
mocking dream. Do that, and these
hateful and menacing conflicts in
jurisdiction will disappear."
AKTIIl'K iK'UKKS A ST KM Kb'.
iOI.1-.In). March 7. -Tomorrow
i i i or i . i ig fifty engineers and as
manj tircuieiiof the Toledo, Ann
Arbor A: .Northern Michigan rail
road will go on a strike. An order
to that eflect was issued today by
Chief A rlhur, of the engineers, and
Chief Sergeant of the firemen.
Oxvosso, Mu II., March 7 -The old
engineers of the Toledo, Ann Ar
bor V Northern Michigan railroad
are being relieved as fast as they
come in off their runs and new men
are taking their places. Kverything
is oitiet. I'nless the order for a
H ike conies soon it will find no
brotherhood men on the engines to
obey the order to ipiit.
Leave orders for hair chains at K.
G. Dovey iV Son or Frank famuli's
ndrew Johnson and M iss Louise
Lompict of Cedar Creek were mar
ried last week by Judge Ramsey.
Bring your job work to this office
for first class work.
The Kwitriiii'iit ii triune.
To undersburd t lie extreme excitentcnl
winch tno .nimtnia liniuiry Tiniuiicc .h hi
France we must recollect that it involve''
the whole (juestii-n of the fitness of tin
sovereign power to exorcise its functions.
The dispute among Frenchmen the
radical dispnto which underlies all oth
ers is whether universal suffrage, uu
controlled and ungraded either by a
monarch, aCusir or a elans, is compe
tent to create for itself a sovereign pow
er. That it has created one, in the us
sembly is not questioned. That body
cun, in practice, dismiss the president
did do it in M. Grevy's case; can compel
any minister or cabinet to resign; can
iiomiuato tiietr successors and can pass
any law whatever that it thinks is de
sirable for France. Its action & not
arrested by any veto, mid it is not liable
to penal dissolution without the consent
of that half of itself which is called the
senate, a consent which it might be very
difficult to extort Indeed, the chamber
itself must often be consulted, for it
must pass the budget before a dissolu
tion can be safe, und the budget is often
delayed to the very expiration of the
The assembly is in fact sovereign, and
if the assembly that is, the senators
and deputies taken together are proved
to have been bribable, or to have tolcr
ated bribery, the deduction is painfully
obvious. Universal suffrage has failej
to elect an honest sovereign jioxvtr.
London Saturday Review.
Iliti'l-i-stlng MlMiiurl Suits.
Kansas city man who did not vote in
1H!K) and tho late election ure to bp
sued by tho city to test a tieculiar laxx'.
The charter provides that voters xvho do
not vote at the general city election
every txvo years shall he charged with a
poll tux of fplM each. The registration
books of the city show that there were
several thousand voters who did not ex
ercise their right of franchise lust spring.
At 2.10 each these men owe tho city a
largo amount. Hiid as that sum or any
part of it would come very handy just
now the city counselor has taken tin
first step toxvard collecting it. The money
so collected gM-s into the sanitary fund,
but it benefits the city departments, as
money that would otherwise be takeu
from tho revenue fund fur other purposes
is appropriated for sanitary purposes.
Half of the best knoxvn businessmen
und manufacturers, professional men
and capitalists, those xvho have large
property interests, xvill find their names
on the list of delinquent. The men who
are mostly directly interested in a finan
cial way in tho government of the city
are tho men who seem to take no part in
polities and neglect to vote. Cor. Chi
t.iilioii-h-ru'it KliHre In a ilouriml.
Since there is no longer any conceal
inent necessary with regard to thetev
erunee of Mr. Lalnim-hcre's connection
with Tho Daily Nexvs I may mention
mat me price pain lor ins snare uittie
newspaper was tl)O.U(K). When he first
became connected with tlioproprietni ship
vn uiu i..4.e.. uiu.u uam uxenmi ixxemy
years ago. he paid the representatives of
the outgoing or deceased shareholder
11,000 for the holding of which he has
now received a sum more than snflieit tit
to start a morning newspupcrof liisoxvn.
Nothing in yet knoxvn 11a to his in'en
tions, but it is regarded us by no means
iniK)ssiblo that, in conjunction xvith Sir
Churlcs Dilke. xvho has long wished to
own or have an interest in a daily paper,
some plan may be adopted bv which the
advanced or disaffected radicals, as din-
twjpiiHiKM trom the ministerialists, will
have an organ of thciroxvn.-Leeda Jler-
A SENSATION IN CHURCH.
u luijuUttiv Dor t'rfttil foimteruatlon
In a l'uritiui Lathering.
"Some curious stories aro told in
mmrtion with old Puritan church
ustonis," said Mr. Hezekiah But tor
worth. "Soino of the old customs
seem very funny as we sh them
now. "It was little less than a
crime not to attend church in those
old days unless detained by sWcness.
In fact, a person was thought very
little of who even came late to Sun
"One Sunday morning in early au
tumn a. Puritan woman, whoso repu
tation for housekeeping, spinning
und church attendance was excel I
lent, wiu belated in her morning
work. Sho took her long nocknl
pitcher and went to tho pasture
where her cow was waiting to bo
milked. This dutv done, hhe found
for she could seo tiooplo on the
l'ond that she hadn't time oven to
carry tho milk back to tho house and
get to church in season. So she took
her long necked pitcher along with
hot and sat in tho gallery right near
whore the singers and bass viols
wore displayed. After the siiij.-ing
was over a ml the loiigsennon hail be
gun sermons wore an hour or two
long in those d;rys she grew sleepy
' Her long necked pitcliersat on the
floor near bv and near the front of
the gallery. She was soon oblivious
of either milk, sermon or a dog that
oaiuo pitpatoring up tho gullerv
stairs. The milk soon attracted t!ie
dog. lie sniolleil and wagged his
tail, then sincllnl and wagged again,
then looked innuiringlyat tlietnieon
scions milkmaid. Ho made up his
mind very soon, and into tho long
tan k went the dog's head, nook too.
Ho couldn't get much milk and
wanted to pull back and try again.
"But In; oyuldn't. His head was
wedged fast in. He pulled and used
his paws and tried to back away.
Blinded of course by the pitcher, hi
steps wore erratic, and suddenly to
the astonished people below there
appeared a sudden parting of the
balcony cur'.uin, an almost blood
curdling yell was hoard, and there
was a Hash and d.nvnpotiring, straight
in among tho fov.r unconscious dea
cons in the d":ioons' pew beneath, of
snow white milk, long necked pitch
er and umilk soaked, frightened dog.
"For once there was a groat awak
ening in that church, hut tho poor
woman was frightened nearly out of
her wits, and the superstitious ilea
cons were greatly scandalized."--Bos
.Html ion I'ulil lo WulkiiiK-
It is' enough to imagine tho tin
feigned amazement of a daino of the
old school if the proper position of
the feet in walking xvoro made a
matter of doubt For years the
dancing master's ndard in all
matters of earring.- and walk has
boon an unipnstionod one. Tho tin
do siecle young woman, however,
hits a mind of her own. She hits not
found that the conventional train
ing of the dam ing master, valuable
as it undouhledly is, was all sul'ii
eiont in producing that uracil of ear
riage and elegance of manner so do
siralile in the woman of the world.
On the contrary, she has found
that tho physical training of the
woman of the stage has been mere
often conducive to the di sired end
Hence it is that schools of D;-! -ai t"
have sprung up nil over ti"' IimmI.
and systems of physical training, in
eluding lioxing and fencing. Lcn-t ,
fore relegated to the sterner si
have found patronesses in pi, my.
tin Mali lies ,M Culton.
Not long since 1 discovered a man
iu Nexv York who makes a specialty
of matching lost buttons. His shop
a dingy little, loxv ocilingod room
was surrounded by shelves, on which
were piled lo.es of buttons of all
i .. i : . ; . . . ,
sons ami eomiiuous. xv nne i was
there a girl oanie in and asked him
if he had any like those on her jacket.
lie took down several specimens and
presently found one, which he sewed
on. She paid him 10 cents. That is
the usual price, though rare buttons
sometimes come higher.
At regular intervals he goes around
collecting buttons among tailors mid
dressmakers, xvho save them for him
and sell them very cheap, lie has a
set of regular customers, and tliev
rarely go away without finding ox
ttct'.y what they want. LippincoU's
Soiui, Oilier Mull.
"iieiio, ,ioe: eneii a youth on
Broadxvay yesterday as lie skipped a
gentleman vigorously lietxveen th
"Oh. I beg a thousand pardons!'
he continued as in response to the
blow the other turned his head and
revealed an unfamiliar fact
iook you tor another man. von
hnoxv." he added by way of an in ioI
-'Ami so 1 am nnotl ict man rt
j,ii,Hj the stranger laconically as with
.. KhrilL' of the shoulder be ttnwL-
across the street, leaving the x-oung
man to wonder hoxv he should haw
framed a more effectual apology.
New York Herald.
A I'iiuoiIh In ( lihin.
The porcelain pagoda in China bad
nine stories of the combined height
of L'tlt'i foot, and the pinnacle xvasllN
I f-Ht above the highest storv. It de
rived its name from lieing covorei
; wit li plates of porcelain. It cost
'..4SS,4S4 ounces of silver. St. Iuiis
Finished the Hecount.
The recount of the votes cast for,
and against the constitutional
amendments at the last election
was completed last Thursday and
the result shows that there was
very little reason for having star d
the move. The original returns
showed NUKC.' votes for the railroad
amendment, while the lecount gave
it SH..HU. a gain of r,;t:t. The school
amendment w.is originally recorded
as having receixed M.IJii xotcs.J.ind
it noxv looms ii with M',o."l), a gain
of t.rc't. The legislative vote, xvh ieh
was to have hem cut doxx n to HO.oilO
votes, if the anticipations ,f the
promoters of the recount were to
be realized fell elf from IMii.am to 1H7.
."iin. or iL'.USi votes. Kxen according
to the method of liguring employed
by the friends of (lie recount, the
amendments are still lli.tNul and II,
OU) votes short of the number neces
sary to carry them, xvlnle, in accor
dance xvitli ilie intei pet ition of the
I. ixv as constructed by some of the
best laxvxors and judges of the
state, they are 'JL'.t (Hi and Jli,(K,u shod
ol the ueces.-arx vole. Th
x clops practically nothing of im-
ortaiiec. except that certain re-iirning-
boards had exercised care
essuess in their woi k. The .went-
st changes were in K'ichardson
dnins ami Platte counties, which
pectively, on the vote for the
The stale is cut ill. d to this infor
mation, as it will have to pay several
hundred dollars for the iri i!e -eof
of knowing it, whether the informa
tion is xveb-ome or not.
Mr. Sergenl. the electrical eiigin
er of the World's fair, hascomplet
d his scheme fur lighting the
in oil lele nights during
the exposition. ThoiisamU i.f i,,-
'iiudescent lights of different col
lors are to be used. ( In
extend just above the xv. net's o.he
ill around the basin, ami another
roxv xvill relb ct deeper into the
water from a few feet higher up.
Still higher 011 the loe'1'ia.. i,f nil tl...
btiildinirs that siii-rooiul in,. i..,u:..
xvill be other roxvs of li-.bls xvitli
If to, hte yon b&rd of tho m&cai-
titwnt offnr made tjr th
GLASGO LACE THREAD
mn onlnr Inr 1'J
bLAMiU LAI ft
I -A AC
HOUSE-FURNISHING : EMPORIUM,
Where xou can "vt your bouse furnised from kitchen to
parlor und at easy terms. I die the world re
nowned Hayxvood Hate, Carriages, also
Improved "Reliable Process" Gasoline Stoves.
CALL AM) HK COM VlNCKD. () I'lx'or HI.K
TO SHOW OOODS.
WE MUST HAVE MORE R
.... AND IN ORDER TO GET IT . . ,
WE WILL FOR THE
Make Prices That
Will Move Hardware.
GLEAN NEW STOCK GOES
BURNED HARDWARE AT ANY PRICE
SOLID COMFORT PLOWS, FARM IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS
BUOOIES AND SMALL FARM SAFES.
JJLA I TSMOl'TH, .... XKHKASKA.
here and there a handsoni" design,
lx'ows of lights xvill also reach
around the colonnade story of the
administration building. which
stands at the head of the basin,
while the lo A-cr part of the budd
ing will be kept dark. At the b;:e
of each tier of the McMonnies foun
tain will he another roxv of lights,
over xxbich the water xvill fall from
the basin above. Then-are also to
le various st
eareh liebtslo helo out
One of these will U-iOTyXV
placed in the uu'v.iiniiie lloor ot tin1
administration building' to play 011
the M.icMonnies fountain Another
on the electricity building will
throw its light 011 the statue of linn-public
at the east of the basin,
and st il I others xvill ho cm pi. ) ed to
help out at the other places. The
eflect of all these maiiy luied lights '
relb ct iu the xvater will doubtless
be d.i..ling and beautiful.
ISSl KAXCi: I OMI'AMIi's MKASt k'i:.
Xi'lini-U l ily 1'ie...
The lire insurance companies
which do business iu the slate are
doing their best to secure the re-
I peal of the x allied policy law. The
J measure introduced for this pur-
I me bears the name of Cane of
Dogulas. Il is an unconditional
surrender to these companies and
! should never be allowed to pass
.or is mere any probability that it
xvill pass, if tin- people are informed
of its real 11.1t ure.
Hundreds of bottles ot OeringiV
Co's. Compound Kxtract of Sarsa
parilla have been used by the pen
pie of this city and not one has
ever been returned, all sax ing thai
it xvas the very best they had ever
Kiii'in f-nr Sn.e or Trn b-..
lliuxea tine In rm of liui ai re, ' j niile
ii'llii-iit ef I'liiiitiriili:!'. l-'nriiM. i-iiiint,'.
j Xeli., iniie fniiii m-I I ln,ii-e. i linn li
ioui SiiiiiIiiv i-ilniiil, in one uf tlirliesl
111 iulili.ii lunula, in the shite. Iniimivr
iii-iits, a larKi' fi.iini- liuusi- of ix niinii
11111I iinilr .-l.ilili-. urll mill w iinlniill. MI
lures 11 o.li-r lollixiitiiiii uml umiil criips.
will trmle fur lass enmity, Imul wit limit
liuitilitiKs. Title giiml, price ,-', hlri-si-
S. K. II.XI.I,,
I 'lull sun 111 Hi, Xeliriiskn.
Diillnr UttM Vtn
hni wtrn ni4i ireni nr
Ut v nihif'MMl by t limn At th wotia k
hry iwnnv of it m w
time to enter
formation. touioiw wnnwwnri
1 Kirniniivttn in r iiienn mnj
drnrn nnt wurthy o! the wntB.
loi-oiitii for uinnl piHHilot
rnxii"! h..li Nim l.a, mil 3. lucU
ii-Ii 12 nii-n IkIv tMttfrrm. b rm Mu-h
lintl.niN hrln i.rli ll iwwt
alinvi. tHHikiM.nl frewilb
bUMiU, (ON M.I
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
AT VERY BOTTOM PRICES
. . . .WlUfTHH
A ere 1 to of t . 1 ' 1 1
Highest of .'
Ii .1. ItXKIN
I'n 1 i: lv Co.
i Wall St., N. Y.
t our or tmc
INC V I'll K
cut or TH NOtT
A'K "prrciv, cvoicTtLV and ptUM-
f.tr.'L- v'nr. SYPHILIS, 3 WELL A8
rs SEMINAL WEAKNESS
.-EFFECTS OF EARLY VICE
KO AIL WKAKNF.SSEB ANO DIUKASES OF A
CMIVATC, CCLICATC CFI 8LXUAL NATUr:C.
cail iPON, on nornt J vitm tw,
B ETTS 8, EETTS.
. . 1 1 1 1 ir.li
-1 Mil lU',1 -I I'll
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Oi 1 ; 1 1
JULIUS : PEPPERBURG,
t o 1 1 li tai't u ! i nl ami Whole-nle
uml K'el.el 1 'at.-r in Ifie
Choicest Brands of Cigars.
A I I I. I. I. INK UK
fiu TiiiiAtry .wii smki:i:s utims
M.IVAV I I N S I l K.
HLA 11 -.MOM H. NEBRASKA
Jr-(iiilJ) AM) I'OVl l.xlN I K'OWXS,
Hridye and 1'ine dold Work
s'i ICIN.-M'S 1 '
..ie - in-1 it--. i
cxl rm ' .
l.'A I. a- well ns other
i-n I 'M he painless
it ut n-eili.
C. A.iMAlx'SHALI , l-'it.uerald Hlock
House Fu-nhhinR Goods
STOVES AND RANGES.
Our w1in ii in nil line i.- 1'iMMtilete ioui we
inxiien.ii :reml- tn enine in uml lnuk
lis t li mut li. W-- il! t-tiilfiix.tr to
pli-iisr ...in. . li -n in thecil v
rnll ill .net - n.
KTKKKillT A S VITLCH,
(Sin i-rnr to H o r Kut-eli.)
,?'2 Main Street. t'latt-niouth.
S. 1 I A L I. iS: SON
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Tin. Copper and Sheet
IIROlsr W ABE
Country Work Attended to
- - - ON MIOU'T NOTICK. - - - -
GIVE US A CALL.
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A. . Sl'LI.IVAX. ii
Will kIvo Hpveinl rittcntlon to'utt litiiiiHM
entrii-teil to him'
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