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March 18 1897
THE NRRBASKA INDEPENDENT
All private Uiseas
'en and borders
of men t rented
by mail. Con-
Hultation free. i .
Cured for J"a and the pomon thorough,
ly cleansed from tho system. Piles, Fis
tula and Rectal Ulcere, Hydrocele ana
Varicocele permanently and successfully
cured. Method new and oufailuig.
Stricture and Oleet Cored
at hore by new method without pain or
fitting. Call on or address with stamp.
Dr. Searles & Se?.:les,
- . 119 S. Hth St., Omaha, Nebl1
MAMMOTH WHITE ARTICKSKE
. '. .
Seed at farmers' prces. After seven
years' experience in growing them for my
hogs I pronouuie them equal to Oil Meal
at One-firth ' i Cos f t, For particulars
an Kricw address Oto. Wf Arnold, Hay
doii,Thelps County, Neb.
Send Ave one-cent stamps to J. B.
AFJSTRONr. Shenandoah, la., for
20 1 fa book Hints on Corn Growing
ar-"1 sample packages of bent varieties.
loll cannot miss tt In doing so. His
varieties are Ea 'ily Ykllow Rosk.S.now
tlakb .White, I'ltiuif.or tub Noiitii, and
Abmhtiioso'b Mohtaaob Lirreit. The
treat com season ot 18'Jooniy served to
add new and valuable testimony to the
great worth of the Early Yellow Hose for
Nebraska grower Trices to suit the
Winger's Steel Mi'Ctf
World'! Fair Di
ploma and Medal
Tl " Sagnlaton and Grind.
r. j. ft. WMUHH.
tti Kmwoo Tei fao. ObloasW. :
GALLERY ESTABIISHED IN 1871.
Work Guaranteed. Prices Low.
Kotici of Sale Under Chattel Mortgage
Not ice is hereby given that by virtue
of u chattelmortgage dated on the 27th
day of June J 81NJ and duly filed in the
office df the county clerk of Lancaster
r inty Nebraska on the 29th day ol
June 18'JGand executed by Frank R.
Johnson and L. 6. Johnson to Helen A.
Leslie to Secure the payment of the sum
of $229.5'i default having been made in
the pnyment of said sum ant no suit or
other proceeding at law has been insti
tuted to recover said debt or any part
thereof, therefore I will sell the property
therein described to wit: About 2,0o
buxliels of corn in crib, about 50 tons of
hay in stack, at public auction at the.
house of Mrs. Helen A. Leslie situated
on east half lot (3) three, town (11)
eleven range (5) five In Lancaster county
Nebraska, Saturday March 20, 1897, at
2 o'clock p. m., of said day.
Dated March 1, 1897. -44
ft Helen A. Lebue,
To William RoMnnon, Non-rexldent Pefendnnt:
Von nra h prdty nntifleil th it on the flmt (lav
of March, 1SK7, l.lzzle KobiiwAi Wed a poiltlon
aiialimt you In the district cour. of Lancaster
county, NliraMlcA. the object and prayer ol
which are to obtain a divorce from tou on thu
trronnd that yon have wilfully abandoned the
plaintiff without wood csnre lor the term of two
yenra Innt pant. Yon are required to annwei
enld petition on or before Uondoy, tbe llttn duy
of April, 18U7.
LIZZIE MOBFN80S, PlalntlfT.
Cy Wm. Leeae & Owtaey Wllsou, ber attor
Dated March 3d, 1897.
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To Omaha, Chicago and points in Ior
and Illinois, the UNION PACIFIC in i
nection with the C. & N. W. Ry. offer
the best service and the fastest time.
Call or write to me for time cards, rate.,
etc. E. 1!. Suisson,
SIX MILLION' PLOPLE VOTED FOR
Hon. W. J. P.rvan. His only book, The
YX Rattle." is now re-itly. Atfetits
f ) nitiking from f2." to KM per week; the
greatest, seller of til'' Hue; sell'l for Oil I fl t
quick. Rewnr of fraudulent Imoks. W,
It. ('(in key Company, sole publmbers,
Bhrnbt. Everythino for the larije or imali
plsrUfcr at IOW VHWKH. Larire Shade Tdmm
(or HtrtMtt, Park or Cemetery. Write (or Priea
LUt Addren ,
YOU1NQERS & CO., Oeoeva, Neb. -
Rlpans Tabtle cure dJzzl&eu.
THE NEW TARIFF BILL
CHAIRMAN DINGLEY EX
Total Amount of Revanna for the Flrit
, Year I'nder the New Hill Eetluiatad
at 78,000,000 Summary of Belied
ntee Agricultural Duties, Etc
Washington, March 16. Chairman
D'.ngley, of the ways and means com
mittee, in response to a request that
hevrnish a synopsis of the new tariff
Dill, makes tho following statement:
. "The bill has two purposes, namely,
to ra'.se additional revenue and to en
courage the Industries of the United
"On the basis of the Importations for
the lust fiscal year the bill would in
crease the revenue about 8112,(I0(),(KH),
divided among the several schedules,
roughly, as follows: A Chemicals,
83,50(),6oo; U Crockery and glassware,
81,000,000; C Metals, 84,000,000; D
K 'tobacco, 87,000,000; (J Agricultur
al, 80,300,000; H Liquors, 81.H00.000;
I Cottons, 81,700,000; J .lute, linen
and hemp, $7,800,000; K vVool, 817,-
600,000; manufactures of wool, 8-7,0(10,-
000. L Silks, 81,500,ooo; M Pulp
aad paper, 85H;000; N-Sumlries
80.300,000, " '
"This estimate Is on the supposition
that the imports of eah cL'nn of gisids
would be the same the next fiscal year
as In the flstnl year ended last Juno
Rut us the hnpor's of wool were three
times as irreat and tlioso ol wojI man
ufaetu-es more than twice as great in
pounds as m tso:), the, cjramittee as
sumes that ths excessive importation
would be largely reduced by the pro
posed bill, although the fact Unit our
domestic production of wool has dimin
ished H.000,000 poUnrls slnee Will
neccusitate the importation of much
more wool now than In the latter year.
Assuming that the importations of
wool will fall oil at least one-third
from those of ls'.M5, on account of an
ticipatory imports to avoid duties, we
place tho increased revenue from
this source at 811,000,000. An
ticipating also that the imports
of woolens will fall oft nearly 60 per
cent from )ie enormous imports of
18WS, we estimate the Increased rev
enue from this source under the pro
posed rates at about 814.000,000, From
sugar, we estimate 820,000,000 addi
tional revenues. Anticipating a con
siderable falling off of imports of Ha
vana tobacco because of the revolution
in Cuba, we reduce the estimates of
additional revenae to be derived from
the tobacco schedule to 84,000,000. The
remaining schedules would afford a
revenue of about 83,&oo,ooo on the
basis of the imports of iHHO, but as
there would probably be diminished
imports at some points, although the
gradual restoration of business activ
ity would offset this by increasing the
consumption of imported luxuries, we
reduce the estimates on these to 831,
000,000. These would aggregate an
additional revenue of 880,000, 000 the
"A further reduction of 8r.,000,000 or
810,000,000 for contingencies would
leave 870,000,000 to 875,000,000 as the
probablo increased revenue from this
bill the first year, which would un
doubtedly rise to 8100,000,000 tho sec
ond year. - '
"These estimates are below, rather
than above, the probable result, un
less a considerable delay in the enact
ment of the bill should greatly enlarge
the opportunity for Imports of articles
on which duties are to be raised par
ticularly wool and woolens for specu
lative purposes. Undoubtedly any de
lay beyond May 1 in placing the bill
on the statute book would result in a
larjre loss of revenue.
"This increase of revenue is secured
by transferring wool, lumber, crude
opium, argols, paintings and statuary,
straw ornaments, straw mattings, bur
laps and various other articles from
the free list of the present law to the
dutiable list; by increasing tho duty
on woolens to compensate the manu
facturer for the duty placed on wool,
by raising the duty on sugar about
of a cent per pound in order to en
courage the production of sugar in
this country, which, it is believed, can
be done, and thus give our farmers a
new crop, which we now import
mainly from abroad; by increas
ing the duty on agricultural prod
ucts affected by Canadian competition,
and on fine cotton goods, some ad
vanced manufactures of iron and steel,
manufactures of jute, flax and hemp,
in order to encourage these and other
industries here, and especially by in
creasing duties on such luxuries as
liquors, tobacco, silks and laces, etc.
"As a rule, the rates of duties pro
posed are between the rates of the
tariff of 1M0 and the tariff of 1804,
such reduction of rates from the
former law, while still preserving the
protective principle, being made feasi
ble by changed conditions.
"The reciprocity provisions of the
act of 1800 have not only been fully
restored, but this policy has been ex
tended by adding to sugar, tea, coffee
and hides, as articles on which to
make reciprocal agreements, such arti
cles as champagne, brandy, wines,
artificial and natural mineral waters,
chickle, argols and silk laces. In
adding these articles, the reciprocity
provision is strengthened greatly by
providing for a reduction of duties to
countries giving us similar conce
Agricultural duties are levied in part
as follows: Cattle, from 80 to 30 per
cent per head. Hogs, 81. .10 each.
Horses and mules, 830; valued at over
8100, 25 per cent Sheep 81.50; under
1 year old, 75 cents. Other live ani
mals, 20 per cent. Rarley, 30c bushel.
Rarley malt, 45c bushel. Ruckwheat,
15c bushel. Corn, 15c bushel. Corn
meal, 20c. Macaroni, vermicelli, and
other similar preparations, 2c pound.
Oats, 15c bushel. Oatmeal and rolled
oats, le pound. Oat hulls, iOc cwt.
Rye, cleaned, 2c pound; unelcaned, 14c
pound. Rye flour and meal anil broken
rye, Ma pound,
' Rye. 10c bushel. Flour, Sid pound.
Tapioca and sago, Jic pound. Arrow
root flour, 3c pound. Wheat, 25c busheL
Wheat flour, 25 per cent. Rutter and
substitutes, r)o pound. Cheese, 0c
pound. Milk, fresh, 2c gallon; milk,
preserved, 2c pound Sugar of milk,
6c pound. Reans, 50c bushel. Reans,
peas and mushrooms, 2 e pound and
15 per cent. All other prepared vege
tables not provided for, and fish paste
and sau eo. 40 per cent Cabbage, 30
each. Ciihr, 5c gallon. Eggs. 50
dozen. Eggs, yolk of, 25 per cent Hay,
84 ton. Honey, 20c gallon. Hops, 15o
Onions. 40c bushel; irarllo, lo pound.
Peas, green in bulk or in barrel, 40c
bushel; dried and split, 50c bushels
small packages, le pounu. t'lants,
trees, etc., n6t specially provided for,
40 per cent Potatoes, S5o bushel.
Castjr beans or seeds, 25c busheL
Flaxseed or linseed, 80c busheL Straw,
81. 50 .ton. Teazles, 30 per cent. Veg
etables, unprepared, not provided for,
The discriminating and retaliatory
features of the bill are very sweeping.
A discriminating duty of 10 per cent
is levied on all foreign vessels not en
titled by treaty or acts of Congress to
enter the ports of the United States,
and no goods are to bo Imported except
In vessels of tho United States or of
tho country in which the goods are the
product, or are manufactured, or from
which such goods can bo, or usually
are, shipped, and for violations of this
last provision, tho ship and cargo are
to bo forfeited, but this section Is not
to bo enforced against nations which
do not maintain a similar regulation
against tho United States,
Heed Received 100 Vote for Speaker-
Three Committee Named,
Washington, March 10. Tho Fifty-
fifth house of representatives, organ
ized for the work before it Although
the proceedings were perfunctory, the
scene was a brilliant one. As tho
hands of the clock pointed to 13 Major
McDowell, clerk of tho House, nipped
the House to order.
Rev. Mr. Coudln, tho blind chaplain
of the House, then delivered tho lnvo
cation, appealing to the throne for
Uod s blessing on tue wotit or tno new
con ureas and the new administration
The clerk of the House then read the
President's proclamation convening
Congress, after which the roll wits
called. Immediately following, Mr
Thomas R. Ilccd of Maine was elected
speaker. The vote was: Reed, 1(H);
Railey (Democrat), 114; Rell (Populist),
21; Newlands (silverlte), 1, All tho
Populists voted for Roll.
Speaker Reed whs enthusiastically
received on his appearance in tho
House after his election, and made a
graceful and dryly humorous speech In
assuming the gavel.
The speaker announced the members
of the committee on rules, ways and
means and mileiiie, as follows:
Rules The speaker: Henderson, of
Iowa; Dalzell, of Pennsylvania, Re
publicans; llalley, of lexus, and M0'
Mlllin, of Tennessee, Democrats.
Ways and means Dingley, of Maine
Payne, of New York; Dalzell, of Penn
sylvania; Hopkins, of Illinois; tiros
venor of Ohio; Russell, of Connecticut;
Dolllver, of Iowa; Steele, of Indiana;
Johnson, of North Dukota; Evans, of
Kentucky; Tawney, of Minnesota, Re
publicans; Jialley, ol Texas; JueMUlln,
of Tennessee; Wheeler of Alabama,
McLaurin, of South Carolina; Robert
son of Louisiana, and Swanson, of Vir
Mileage Wright of Massachusetts,
Darham of California, lioo.e of Mary
land. Republicans: Cooper of Texas
and Lewls of Ocorgia, Democrats,
The senate began its work in extra
session, eighty-seven senators present
and with galleries packed to their full
limit. The business of tho day was
confined to the reading of the presi
dent's message, tho seating of tho new
senator from Kansas, Mr. Harris, and
the reference of tho credentials of Mr.
Corbett as senator from Oregon to the
committee on privileges and elections.
No legislative business was transacted
during the day. ,
Three Neg-rocn strung Up by a Mob for
Tallaiiabhkk, Fla., March 10.
Three negroes, Jim Oilmore, Jim Mil
ler and Otis Miller, were taken from
the sheriff yesterday by fifty armed
men, struug up to trees and their
bodies riddled with bullets. The crime
for which they were lynched was tho
murder of John Rarefield, postmaster
at Rlue Springs, and his assistant,
John R. Turner, on March 3. The
murder was committed for the purpose
Three Prisoner Darned to Death.
Na8hvim,k, Tenn., March 16. At
Dover, the capital of Stewart county,
the jail was destroyed by fire early
(yesterday morning. Four prisoners,
one wniuj man ami tnree negroes, were
the only occupants of the building at
the time. The white man escaped, but
the negroes were probably burned to
The Fubllo I till tie 1(111 Signed.
Toi'EKA, Kan., March 16. Governor
Leedy has signed the public utilities
bill, practically under protest Hesaid
this afternoon: "There were a num
ber of objectionable features In it, but
there was a demand for such legisla
tion, therefore I signed the bill,"
A Preacher a Suicide.
Milwaukee, .Wis., March 16. The
body of the Rev. George II. Wells of
Dover, III., was found near the St
Paul track, east of the Wauwatosa
station last night. He had been struck
by a train and killed and it is oelievcd
that it was a suicide.
Die From Rating Canned Fruit.
Pkkky, Okla., March 10. Miss Ella
Ilerrington, a daughter of H. C, Her
rlngton, a well-to-do farmer living
west of here, near Mound City, was
poisoned Saturday by eating canned
fruit. She was a teacher and very pop
ular. Robbed of Much I'euelon Money,
Wichita, Kan., March 30. John
Waters of Rutler county reported this
morning that he had been robbed last
night of 81,800 pension money which
he laid just received, burglar having
?ntfred his room at the hotel while he
Seven Toll (iate Destroyed.
Lkxinhton, Ky., March 16. Seven
toll gates were destroyed in Mercer
?ountv lost nlifht. One house was
tiurned, another fired, and the keeper
GOVERNOR IS DETERMINED
flie Proposed Appointment of Dr. Comix
of Uimm City Fulton Aiylum
Superintendent Arouses Alio
path and the Ooveruor'l
Opponent Alike Other
Jekfehson Citv, Mo., March 11. In
tho house this morning Rradley of Au
drain sent to tho reading clerk's desk
a memorial from his county protesting
aguinst tho proposed appointment of
Dr. J. T. Coombs, homeopath, as super-
lntendout of tho Fulton asylum,
Farrar of Iron moved tliutfloo copies
bo printed for information and Mash
burn moved us a substitute that the
sergcant-ut-arms bo instructed to
throw it into the river, whllo Clark
moved to table the wholo matter,
Roll art said the nutitlon had no bus
iness before the house, as this body
had no jurisdiction over the matter,
Clark tried to speak, but other mem
bers cried: "Vote," and Hall shoulod:
"Why do you put in your oar','"
Tho motion to table was beaten 46
to 30, Tho motion to print was with
drawn and Miisltburn' motion was
voted down vociferously,
Then Hall got the floor and sent up
two more petitions, and though Ro
ll art objuctcd n gain, tho House do
elded, by a vigorous majority, to havu
them read. Avery sent other protests
from his county, Crisp asked where
they were written, and Avery said
they were written in Lincoln county,
Protests from Callaway, Scott, St
Francois, Pike and other counties
were sent up and Rubey moved to send
them all to the governor,
Rubcy's motion was rushed through
In haste, and then came a veiy storm
Odell of Reynold suggested that
this Legislature ought to lmiuiiuiiuiy
postpone itself to prevent a recurrence
of this mornlnir's events.
O'Runnon said ho wanted to ask a
question: "Don't you think," he asked,
'that a mistake has been made, and
that tnese petitions were intended fur
the state asylum at Fulton?"
Speaker Farrls called for the report
of the steering committee, ana got nu
of the controversy.
Relative to the protests Governor
Stephens said: "These petitions have
no influence whatever over rne. They
only give me more backbone to carry
out what 1 think Is riiht. The homeo
paths have been recognized in other
at.nt.aa nml I aeu no reason whv tlU'V
shouldn't receive recognition hero In
Missouri. 1 am payinir no attention
whatever to the protests, and expeut
to exercise my own judgment In the
matter. Some of the most reputable
allopath physicluns in tho state In
dorse mv course."
It is currently reported that this
trouble Is lustltrated by iJr. v. a,
Young of Fulton, who wants to be
superintendent of the Fulton asylum.
It Is said to be he who is sending out
blank petitions to bo signed,
Everybody Bays Bo.
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Now Folio CoiMiiilMlouer.
Jeffeuson Citv, Mo., March 17.
According to program, Governor Ste
phens sent the names of W. C. Scarritt
and R. L. Gregory to bo police commis
sioners of Kansas City to tho senate
able steds. Our seeds are well recommended by those who have tried them. We are
headquarters lor Alfalfn, Seed Corn, Fnney Seed Oats, Spring Wheat and Forage
Plant reeds which nre adapted for dry climate. When In the market write us for
sproinl prices. Our vegetf b! end flower seed ten not be ex wiled. Send for our
Sweet Pen collection; twelve new named varieties, for " cents, post paid. Our 1807
Seed Catalogue will be mailed free of charge one application.
The Nebraska Seecf Go 52 1& st-
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Pebrt, Okla., March 17. Twenty
boats are being eons tructed at lliack
burn, Osage City. Ralston and other
small towns on the Arkansas river to
haul corn to New Orleans. The build
ers figure that each boat will carry
1,000 bushels of corn, for which they
expect to get good prious in New Or
OS EOF TBE BEST FEATURES
Of lh Pyramid I'll Cure
Is the fiiet that it cures every form ol
piles without one particle of pain. This
desirable point Is not obtained by the
ue of -injurious opiates which simply
deaden and paralyze th nerves ot the
parts und make matters worse In the
long run. Rut It Is done solely by its re
markable healing and soothing effmtts,
And while It thus gives immediate re
lief, at the same time the dlseasn Is not
merely chouksd, but a radical cure is rap
And tho point we wnut to make clear
Is that nil this Is done without a parti
cle oi pain.
1 his (act Is one reason for the great
popularity of the Pyramid Pilw Cure and
const 1 1 utcs one very great difference be
tween it nnd almost any other kind ol
treatment for piles.
Krery kind of siirsleal operation lor
illea is eieriiclutlnu-l v tiainfiil besides en
dangering the life ol the patient mid in
most eases Is not to tie com pa red with
the Pyramid Cure, neither in making
successful cure without pitln nor In
ulieiiiuiess and safety.
l lm Pyramid Pile Cure ha been beiortt
tho public) too long audits merits rec
ognized by too many people to allow It
to be classed with the many salves, sup
pnsitorles, pills, etc. and you run no
risk In trying It, as Is often the case witn
new and untried preparations.
II you are ever troubled wit it any lorin
of piles or rental disease, do not forirtit
tho Pyramid Pile Cure. Prepared by
the Pyramid Drug Co, of Albion, Mlnti.,
and sold by druggists at 50 ccnltper-
Panlo In a Nedslla Theater.
Skua ma. Mo,, March 17. Wood'
Opera house was crowded at It o'clock
last night when somo onucrlod "Flrol"
A panlo resulted, women and children
screaming and fighting In a vain en
deavor to escape. Unlet was finally
restored without any person having
lieen seriously injured, Clydo Rouv
man. Hired 14. was leaning against
double doors ou the seoond poor, whoa
they opened and he fell twenty-five
feet to tho paved alley, fracturing till
No fltai after flrat dav'f use of Dr
Kilns' Great Nerre Restorer. Free $2
trial bottl and treatise sent by Dr,
Kline, 081 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa
tt " .
fleer Insneetlon Very Probable.
Jepfkhson City, Mo., March 17. The
senate judiciary committee, at its
meeting last night, discussed tho Ity
der beer Inspection bill, and, though
it did not act upon It, a majority of
the committee met in the Madison
house late in the evening and agreed
that when tho committee should meet
to-night a favorable report should be
returned. The meeting to-night will
be chiefly for the purpose of listening
to the objections to the bill.
The AuHtrallan llullot KjIuikIii.I.
Jkfkkiison Citv, Mo,, Murch 17
Governor Stephens has signed the sen
ate bill extending tho provisions of the
Australiuu ballot law to every part of
tho statu. I
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of time, labor and ground by planting seeds of un
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