The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902, November 19, 1896, Image 8
0 THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT. Nov. ig, 1896. TC3 TREASURERS BOND rr:iiurer-Elect Reserve May Of fer a Guaranty Company as Surety. III LKtJ OF THE 3 ANKEES Ltislature XXay Conclude to Meet the Expense Out of Inter est on Deposit, And HUH Save Money State Treasurer Meserve will probablj 'give bond through a guaranty bond company. Owing to his determination, ; mnoonced during the campaign, to re quire the outgoing treasurer to count oat the state Innds in cash, and his ex pressed intention of accounting to the -tate for interest on state funds, the im pression became quite general that the tanks Had entered into an agreement tat this would not go upon his boud. t hether that he true or not. it is stated It populists that Mr. Meserve wili prob- T.ine ration is mnanaoiy s.rnpie. illy not ask them to become his bonds- Jh?70t "W both. t0 tb? cent election came from Hudson, Mich., nays the Chicago Tribune The polls closed at 5 o'clock and two minute later the result of the ballot for preH- dent, congressman and governor bad been telegraphed to . iJetroit Within five minutes it hud beti writ to all the prominent cities of the country. The means by which this was accom plished was the Abbott voting tnocliiiie, legalized for use at all electioim in the state of Michigan at the lust session of the legislature. It was the first time the machines bad been used at a general election, The machine keeps the record by means of registering wheel. At the close of the balloting it is only necessary for the inspectors to read th number as tbey appear on the wheels. The working parts of the apparatus are a set of slides, each carrying the names of all the candidates for one office, the re gister wheels, a set of which is connect ed with each candidate s name and up on which the Totes are recorded, and an operating bar, which carries the UHit wneel of every candidate whose register wheels are in the voting space forward one number, thus adding each vote to those before received by the candidate, J he machine keens a correct record of all votes cast, regardless of and not in eluding those who may enter the machine without voting; it keeps a tally of all votes given to each candidate; and it keeps a record of all votes wherein the voters neglected to select a candidate for any office. 1 he operation is remarkably simple. WATSON TO BUTLER men, but will offer to furnish a well known guaranty bond company as his security. it is understood that this company win demand something like ei.ouo to right, aud finds before him the names of all candidates arranged before him as on the ballot, all candidates for an office in a row, and all candidates of a party in a column. Each party has a distinctive furnish a bond of the magnitude of that ?,l0Kl?!Publ,?a?, democrat, b'u; prohibition white; and so on. At the right of the machine are the slides bear ing the names of candidates, In the mid dle are two parallel bars in a vertical position, enclosing what is known as "their voting space." .? . ; to vote it is necessary to place the names of the candidates selected in the voting space by sliding .them along to to the left. The partv ticket is first put in position by means of a lever. To split the ticket the voter slides the names of candidates from any other parties into tne space afterwards, forcing out those running for the same offices on the reg ular ticket. After arranging the ticket before him as desired a single motion sumces to vote it as a whole. ii?ery vote as cast is announced bv the machine, so that failure to vote is at once detected. How the vote is thrown is, however, known only to the man within the booth. It Is claimed that the chance of mistake through ignorance is totanjr removed 11. W. Hardy Morslixet on the Eff.ct of GREAT ENGINEERING FEAT. Election on Nebraska. required by the state of its treasurer. 1 This would entail an expenditure larger ' than the salary, and it is claimed that the legislature will come to the treasur er s relief and appropriate funds with Which to meet this expense. It will be urged that the state can well afford to do this, if the treasurer shall hereafter pay into tne treasury the interest received on . deposits of state funds. It is also claimed that these guaranty bond companies are better security than the ordinary list of individuals, and that republicans are not in a position to ob ject tor tne reason that one of the repub lican county officials here has given that variety of bond and one of the republi can state senators from this county two years ago introduced a measure requir ing public officers to give boud through guaranty companies. POOTINQ3 TO DATS. Editor Post: We have had conflicts; peat nations have gone to war; blood aad carriage 'have""drenchedtlie earth! TVs have had contests on forum and in senates, but the world never witnessed STlCh ft Contest as We have lust riftaand - Buffalo, N. .Y., Nov. 17. At mid- ignt last night the turninu of a switch in the biff Bouse at' Niagara Falls com pleted a circuit which caused Niagara river to flow up hill, so to speak, by re- Tom , Watson's Letter of Acceptance Published. Atlanta, ba., Kor. 13 The lettel of acceptance written by Thomas V'at son accepting the Populist nomina; n for Vice President was yesterday mt public. Seven columns of Watson People's party paper are devoted to it Xne letter Is supplemented by four col limns 01 advice to Populists to "sit steady In the boat and hold their party together." The editorial tone of the paper is one of fulfilled prophecv. Watson declares that the failure of the Populists to support Bryan in the close states brought about McKinley's elec tion, lie goes Into a long review bf the circumstances leading to his nomi nation and acceDts the Vice Presi aential nomination "because I said I would." He declares that if the St. nlist convention had nominated a straight Populist ticket it would have been elected. It would, he said hav anven the iilUs and Gormans where they belong into the KeDublican ranks and the Eryans and Blands would have loined with the Pomilists. lie Cf mplains bitterlv of the treatment ue nas received at the hands of the Populist leaders, and addresses himself particularly to Senator Butler in this way: '.., Senator, a reform has no richt tn exist If It has no valid complaint to make. Populists t-nutn aenounce tne sins of tne two old par tus and vet aro into nolltical co-nartnershln mm mem, 1 ne moment we make a treaty, the war must cease. And when we cease our war upon the old parties we have no longer any excuse for living-. When rieht comuro- mises wun wrong it is the right which tuners. , "The Democratic manasrers seem to ft. sent as a strange piece of Impertinence the lAti mat tne f oputists dared to nominate a ucxet dinerlnjr at the rear end from theirs. uommgto them with the 2,000,000 votes they were begging for, and plteously need ing, I can Sav. With a nerfect assiiranrf. nf lemng tne unqualified truth, that mv ar rival on the Held qf battle was not welcomed as nearuiy as Blucher was received by Well- lugiuuui water 10a xney want my rein forcement but thev do not want me tn lea A them. They need Blucher's troops, but they draw the line at Blucher. That Is hardly fair, either to Blucher or his troops, nor Is i me ocsi way to aeieat Napoleon. "jror this attitude upon the part of the uciuucrauc managers. 1 believe von. Ren. ator, are largely resnonslble. Yon made nn enortionave me recognized. You publicly stated that I would not be notified of my uuiuiuauuu. x on went into tne f union nni. icy over my written protest, with all the seal of a man who wanted to elect the Demo cratic ticket. In this I think you were wrong. As chairman of the Pomiiist wiumiuee, me party certainly expected you to do all you could to elect the Popu list ticket Had you demanded Mr. Sew- au s witnarawal from the ticket he would have withdrawn. I have a letter of " uivu juu sute mat tne uemocratlc com mittee expected you to make the demand Dut that you did not make it From the per- Tcio.iy ui temper wun wnicn tne Demo cratic managers have refused to do the tight thing by the Populists, it would seem they prefer McKlnleyism to anything which lunsui Kcm to oe partly a Populist triumph STANDARD THE MARKETS. FMJT'' ). Watch "Our Windows." Latest Patterns. Newest Colorings. flew Ideas;" Old Experience." 1312, 1314, 1316, O Street. USEFUL MBlOMEJil KAHSAsCrrr, Ma, Nov. 18. Wheat was again irregularly lower here to-day, the de cline ranging from 2 to 5 cents. It was less on soft and spring wheat than on hard Offerings were fair. Some low grades were almost unsalable. Hard Wheat No. 2. 74c: No. 8. lie- Wo. A. '64c; rejected, 52c; no grade, 4045c Soft Wheat No. 2, 87c; No. 8, 85c; No. 4, 70c; rejected, 5565c. Spring Wheat No. 2, 76c; No. 8,,72V4c; rejected, 65c Cora-No. 2, 19c; No. 3, 19c; No. 4, 18c; no grade, 1617c; No. 2, white, 20ttc; No. 8, white, 19V4c; No. 4, lBKc. Oats-No. 2, 18c; Na 3, 1516c; Na 4, 14c;- Na 3, white, 23c; new, 2Qc; Na I, white, 18c; Na 4, white, 15c Rye Na 2, 82Kc; Na 3, 0c; Na 4, 28c Bran-rl042c per cwt sacked; bulk, 60 less. ,-.. I Hay-Choice timothy, I8a60; Na 1, 17ft ' 7.50; Na 2, 5,506; clover, mixed, Na 1, I66.50; Na 2, 155.60; choice prairie, S5Q 5.50; Na 1, -4.505; Na 2, 8404.60; Na a I23. ': Chicago Board of Trade. WORKS OF OF INTEREST AND VALUE TO PEOPLE ALL CLASSES AND TASTES.- v u " r . " tnmtn., tt font. u -"..:i ' I u'r. BUDUe purpose is to couple the Bryan i-rwugq-ioureen minions men, and as "J IT . , 1 election with the complete destruction of jiu wuuiii nuu cuuuren, auout equal- I o,ivauj sirrpiuii tuo. 1 mc x-upuust party. V GiTiaea, contending for a time hon- Baies 01 uuttaio, back into the city,? crsa principle, one that had prevailed h this country and all over the world tJl within a few years, was never wit r m) before. It was for individual 1 .its on one side and Cor the right to e -slnate on the other, Ike contest waa the moat Unequal on i:20rd. The common people, farmers cad mechanics, on one side; on the oth sr the money lenders, banks, corpora tions ot alt kinds, trusts, syndicates and combines, together with newspapers and magazines, with few exceptions. There waa five times more money used than ever before, and cords of railroad passes given away to those who would promise to vote as directed. There never was as much intimida tion aud threatening of the laboring class and it led to deceit, cloaked and covered by the Australian ballot. More than 500 here in Lincoln wore the Me Kinley badges but voted for Bryan, and , undoubtedly many ol them took Mc Einley money all this to hold their jobs. Who will dare say that these de pendent men were criminals or cowards? The following confession is from the Ne brask State journal: "A large number of Bryanites in Lin coln evidently took the advice of the boy orator in wearing the McKinloy button in public and voting for him in private. Evil communications corrupt good manners, and doubtless if tbe ob ject of this hypocrisy and deception was to injure the feelings of the good and true republicans, that object , was ob " tained. The Journal feels sure that no republicans wore the Bryan badge and voted for McKinley. Republicans are not made of that kind of stuff." There were no corporations, no city, state or national governments, to threaten McKinley men, for the cussed Bess was all on their side. A strange freak is now being exhibited a demo cratic president turning out of office regular democrats of . his own appoint twenty-seven miles distant The harness was buckled that hitches the factory wheels of Buffalo to the greatest cataract on earth. This morn ing the street cars of this city moved by Falls power. Hereafter the Falls must work enough to earn their living. jpUe distance covered by the line be tween Buffalo and the Falls is twenty seven miles, and the expert electricians who have the work in charge, estimate that the loss of energy will be less than ten per cent, and may not, much exceed five. ' . Careful tests are to be made in this connection, the tests covering both night and day,, and clear as well as rainy weather, The electricians are paying particular attention to this test, as on the perfect insulation of the carrying line depends much of the future success of the undertaking. xne line mat nas oeen built to carry the current-bearinir wires is of a most substantial nature. Unlike the ordi nary telegraph line, the poles are placed very close together and are braced in such a manner as to be proof against heavy storms. At curves the poles are set double, and are guyed to numerous smaller poles to prevent sagging. The over-head line extends from the power house at the falls to the city limits of Buffalo, where the wires enter cement conduits. On the over head line glass insulators are found unequal to the .strain, and porcelain insulators were made especially to hold the wires. ' The insulators were subiected to a current of 30,000 volts before being put in use. mere are at present on the poles eight, cables, each with a carry ing capacity of 5,000 horsa power, or 40,000 horse power in all The poles are of such a substantial character. cent just for supporting the regular JSTJT'm a utmb?r 0Lcab,le' fianjocratic ticket. can doubled without subjecting uioul w m Krenvor atritia uiaa la con sidered safe. The only contract made so far for the delivery of power in Buffalo by the power company is mat witn tne JJuf- We are now told that the whole coun try is on the high road to confidence and prosperity excepting in Nebraska and U&nsas. Tbey having gone into the 01 tbe silver popocrats, and that f && economical management, death to t. laves and less taxes, which alone is saw to rum any state. Tm half million school money will be ij&aea out, providing it can be found, rd the interest applied to the support tf public schools, the same having stuck to tbe fingers of the state officers for the last ten or fifteen years. ," The able bodied men in the peniten tiary; with all that shop room and with the help of all that machinery and steam rower, will be made to earn their own living. ' Other state institutions will be run in tie interest of the inmates. The legislature can and ought to be nJ for half what the republicans have expended in years back. Any and all of these things will ruin t t state, let republicans tell it. Two hundred thousand a ye&r saved, (1 no more big defalcations, will not c.ad tie taxpayers. H. W. Haupy voTraa MACHINE. ' -.ltd tuauft Within Two Minutes ct Cm Close of the Polls. ' 1 " 1 tn sUctioa returns sent out from 7 1 in the country during the rs falo Street Railway company for 1.000 horse power. Under the contract with the city, the completion of the under taking of delivering power in Buffalo was not obligatory before next June. It waa in order to secure tbe contract with the street railway company that the work was hurried through so far ahead of time. Contracts with others desiring to use the electrical power will now ba made, and it is thought that by the opening of spring the power will be well distributed through out the city. , Since the inception of the undertak ing, and during its Carrying out, the company has frequently called upon Messrs. Edison and Tesla for advice, and these famous masters of electricity have been frequent visitors to . the Niagara Falls power house to solve technical problems. The power wtll sell in Buffalo for 936 a horse power per annum, and under its contract with the city the company must in crease its capacity 10,000 horse power per year until the maximum of M.OO herse power has been reached. Ship Grain Direct. In another part of this paper you will find the ad of Summers Morrison & Co., ot Chicago, 111. Write them for terms of commission price etc., and ship your grain direct 'The position taken in this lpttor win bitterly assailed. Would that the natnwa of duty were always carpeted with flowers. It rarely la Bv makinsr great party I represent a mere footmat for Democratic politicians to wiiie their fet upon, I could win much atmlause from that quarter. But If I were now lacklne in the loyalty which waa expected of me when chosen I would grieve the men who have honored me, trusted me, and defended and loved me. YNoone regrets more profoundly than I do that the Democratic managers have so shaped the campaign that the South has again been told she must grovel in the dust and let an Eastern plutocrat put his foot up on her nefk. Nor does any one regret more than I do that the Democratic managers, in shaping their fusion deals, have considered those Populists only who are getting loaves and fishes. They have lost sight of the great army of privates, whose honest hearts and sincere souls form the strength of the re-enforcement Mr. Bryan needs. Those Populists of the rank and file have the spirit of crusaders, and they would die for a principle more quickly than they would sell It These men will not vote for Sewall, nor for Sewall electors. If Senators Jones and Gorman really wish to defeat Mc Kinley, let them lose no time in realizine this truth." 8 Washington, Nov. 17. In view of the fact that the letter of Tom Wat son, accepting ' the Vice Presidential nomination of the Populi&t party has been published, Senalor Marion Batler has made public his reply, written when Mr. Watson's letter was received, in which he took exceptions to its tone. The reply is as follows: "Washington, Oct 26. 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If your subscription is in arrear or has . .f. .n:n,j .. 3 1 auuuiu umiw ducu anvice, 11 woum mean 1 1 1 1 -sw asawdSi uui cauucu, jtuu (.auseuu your renewal Kie?C receive the books at one and your subscription will be ex- 11-iiuv.u rcai uuui ure m cApjioiiuu.' i nis is ine greatest oargain m books ever offered. Do not fail to take anvantage of it. The books are guaranteed as repressnted. Address NEBBRASKA INDEPENDENT, Lincoln, Nebraska. followed by enough Populists, the People's party would not have a single elector In the electoral college. In the states where we have Joint electoral tickets we will get every elector that we do get; and, besides, it Is In those states where we will get the bulk, if not all, of thi People's party congressmen. In your own state, and other states which have followed your advice against electoral tickets, we will not get a single eleotor, and I fear not many congressmen, if any. "You certainly can not mean, however much you may have favored a mlddle-of-the road policy in the beginning, to advise your friends to do that which at this time would be the most effective agency in placing in power McKinley and bis backers the trusts and monopolies. ' "Can any personal or party Injustice, how ever great, Justify us in being responsible, either directly or indirectly, for placing in power the stock Jobbers, monopolists, trusts, the British gold ring and aU of the com bined robbers of the people and enemies of good government? "In the name of outraged and suffering humanity, whose prayers to-day go up from millions of homes for William J. Bryan, in his heroic and marvelous fight against the minions of corporate greed and the hellish gold conspiracy, let ns sink every other consideration and bold up his hands and do the full duty of Americans and patriots. Let us remember that it is a suffering people and a betrayed republic, and not Demo cratic politicians, that to-day call for our help and demand our services. Bryan will be elected, and the government redeemed, if every patriot does bis duty. Let us do OUrS. .- . "Therefore, x beseech yon to change at least that part of your letter which gives ad vice which, if followed, would surely help the common enemy. If yon do not, then too, yourself, must assume the responsibil ity of giving such a document to the publie at this time. Tours truly. "Mauo Butlbb," ! nfl v. We have the best lot of Poland China Pigs you ever saw on one farm. Moat sell, prices low. Pedigree and in . dividuality high. Will sell at pUCApi private sale, b ill an , uonnce public sale soon. Catalogues sent on request ': when out. See fashionablestrains represented. All inquiries promptly answered. Send Boon and get pick of lot. J. V. WOLFE & SON, BOX8 Lincoln, Neb. 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The market was steady to 10c lower In places. nogs seceipts, 13,973; shipped yesterday. none. The top sale was $3.25 and the bulk of sales from 13.15 to 3.20. Sheep Receipts. 4.458: shinned vestcrrlav 1.99& The market was alow but arenerallv steady. Double Harder sit Dance. Pobt Smith, Ark., Oct. v 20. A nearro ' Aance near Scully ville last night, broke np in a row. Two negro men whose names are not known were killed. Two others are under arrest charged with doing the shooting. , Attend the Chamberlain Commercial College, room 1 Lansing theatre build ing. Day and night school. We make a specialty of shorthand and typewriting Breeders ol fine stock can find no bVttsr advertising medium than this paper. A six months' snholarshiu in a first- class' business college. Cheap for cash. Address Scholarship, care of Nebraska Independent, Lincoln, Nebraska. This is a good opportunity for any one desiring to attend a business college. .PUBLISHER OP THB INDEPENDENT. 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If vow find tl exactly as repreeea td pay the afrent our iwiil offer jKiee f.9& and It i youra, Writs to-dar,ttiUiinRT notanitrar aeTantt ThaUXPOKlk HlME.ai, 80 Wabash Are,, CUICatiO, CAPITAL CITY COMMERCIAL ACADEMY HALTER BLK., CO It lih &P8ts, L1NC01.N, NEBR. Yh) A 0. D. GRIPIN, Prop'r. SHORTHAND, TYIE WRITING. PENMANSHIP. BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY, ETC. Full shorthand and business courses. Special aetention given to preparatory, work for high school and university. Betore deciding what school to attend write for full information or call at Academy. Take elevator at ' P st reet entrance. is ox. te 1 lb. U. S. Standard M, WlwrrCini; tmyt M bmt 8aie si l.wNt prlea. Bvit he kaaikagn ky ssl.sf i trvr bnas roo www. CXuLt Co!7nkn s"t Hasdndstf SpselaltlM at lsss thaa Vaotasal priest, vis: Snrlvr MsklM, Btortls, , Oiswn, rttmrn, CMor Mllli. tarrhifn. Cut, BsmlM, ' HarMM, Ssfta, Han Ilia, LrtMrPmma, tiAaemt, TrMkl. 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