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May 27, 1879
THE NERBASKA INDEPENDENT
Criticism of the Supreme Court,
i The New York Poet during the last
residential campaign, bitterly de
kunced Mr. Bryan and his platform lor
fc and Its criticism of the supreme
anrt. The Poet maintained that the
supreme court, being the court of last
resort in all affairs, ought to be free
from criticism. But a change has come
over the spirit of the New York Poet's
dreams. The Post made a bitter criti
cism of the supreme court's decision re
lating to the freight association. In
defense of that criticism the Post says:
"Several newspapers for which we bare
a sincere respect bare commented on
our criticism of the supreme court's de
cision in the case of the trans-Missouri
freight association, as though a loyal
newspaper were bound not merely to
obey but to approve of all decisions
made by that tribunal. This doctrine is
susceptible of very wide application. It
would require us to approve of the
Dred Scott decision. It would require
iiR tn mvn nnr assent intellectually
to the contradictory decisions of the
court: ni Inr example, to the decision
rendered by Chief Justice Chase denying
the constitutionality of the legal tender
net. and tn the latter ones affirming it
There hnv been, as we are frequently
reminded, two contradictory decisions
on the constitutionality of the income
t&. Which of these may a patriotic
c'tizen criticise? The proper answer is
that he may criticise both. Mr. Lincoln
laid down the correct rule in his debates
with Kpnn.tnr Douglas, that we owe
obedience to the decisions of courts, but
A io not necessarily owe them our appro
ve, . a mnmnta renecuon win iuuw
lam that nv other rale involves Intel
I Jetnnl alvrv and the grossest self-
5c.nn t ra A ir. fci nn .
This is worthy of special attention
hfwanaa it. lairlr illustrates tbs Position
of the monopoly organs. They assailed
RrvRn rwanan he criticised a supreme
court decision that be believed to be
unjust and against the interests of the
people. Now that ths court baa ren
dered one decision that is not agreeable
to the Rnrnorations the Post and other
monopoly organs denounce that decis
ion; and it is worthy of remark that in
justification of their right to criticise
tbey employ the same argument for the
nee of which tbey heaped their scorn
upon Mr. Bryan less than seven months
ago. World ueraia.
The following quotations are from an
editorial in last week's York Republican.
An timet Droarese conditions Improve.
Yes. we noticed five bank failures dur
ing the past week.
Thar la batter feeling-.
Five of the lanrest cotton mills in
Massachusetts closed last week. ,
A feeling ot security, of faith Id the country,
. ..n...H fith in aar.h other, la Kradaallv tak
ing the place of the unrest and dltiatialaction of
tbe past roar years.
Over 18000 tailors went on a strike in
i the state of New York during tbepast
V Peoples bow that a condition that waafonr
1 ' (re In matorikg cannot he aet aalde In a lew
k: Inthe. and the err of the clamoriat for hie
thilre of the 'promised prosperity' Deeomee more
m&alfestlr looilin to ine vouuu imuu
week go by.
The Pennsylvania railroad reduced
wages twenty five per cent last week.
Proeneritv will come to Nebraska with the
spring ebowera and enmmer rains.
Two bank failures in the state during
the Dast week and cash collections have
not been harder the past fouryears than
now. York Democrat.
. It has lately been estimated, by the
war department that the cost of sixty
minutes flurhtintr by the North Atlantic
sauadron would be over $1,000,000.
The squadron is composed of fourteen
ships, the Indiana, Iowa, Massachusetts,
New York, Brooklyn, Columbia, Maine,
Texas, Terror, Amphitrite, Puritan,
Rpleigb. -Montgomery and Marblebead.
Cedar Bluffs Standard. .
Vopulism in Nebraska Deems to be a
constant nightmare to T. E. Sedg
wick and J. W. Johnson. Tbey are very
melancholy iust now, and appear to be
ufferiuar from a very severe case of inso-
V nia. judging from the tone of their
"tings. York Democrat.
1 Omaha was successful in securing the
removal of the Indian supply depot from
Chicago. She is indebted to Senator
Allen for it. II Allen were up for re-elec-'
tion would Omaba appreciate all that
Nebraska's senior senator has done for
that city? O'NielSnn.
Oar lady readers should bear in mind
thnt men do not get married when
p. JRes are falling, wages decreasing and
opportunities vanishing, a very young
ladv in the United States who wishes to
f fulfill ber destiny by becoming a wife and
mother, should use ber influence with
the young men of ber acquaintance in
behalf of Bryan, free silver, good times
HUtl lots of wedding cake. Beacon
In judging of others a man laboreth
in vaio, often srreth and easily sinneth
hut in judging and examiuing himself
he always laboreth fruitfully. Arapahoe
Mr. McKlnlers promise to open the
mills nd Risks a market for labor,
which In turn would make a demand for
farm produce at higher prim Is slow
timnnaliiug. On the last week la
O'to'jer, jut before tbe election, wheat
in New lurk Oty was nf ami corn was
,12. On the same any week I tor, after
th election of Mckinley had been flashed
ter the country. ht drop! to SO
,au suit corn toSJU. During tbetlraeeo
furkieh war wheat run up to Hi and N
corn to J. It has settled tack
,iU. (ireeoe'e brwak down, Turn U three
-i,ts lueer alerw the etottoe, VUeefcla,
' and whfitt at In" he UIWo oft eleven
,ei.ta, iH'ge auil cattle remain prnrtl
y IS ine. tmer rue,
I'riw silent the riab!Waa lwr how
are t the efwlU of the state, le It
, b: that the mkI old party will
.. el a howl about the eredil of the
.lOiaa.l kjut"taed (ink Nebraska."
I M farmer at tn7 leal ue
toet full had enough bypucriey la it tn
t ua Isant la me iiet vl ftaoes
j ibem out tl power Ihea, and lor all
tiMtn tome la the slat -roll lit ,
1 1 J'lttJet
In this dav and ace a man who does
not take a newspaper is poorly qualified
to tight the battle of life. Don t think
that you are too poor to subscribe for
at least your home paper, it only costs
a small amount and you had better
economize in a hundred other ways than
do without it. Don't commence to
economize at the wrong end of the
string. Almena Lantern.
"Down in Missouri," says anloftva pa
per, "they have introduced hugging so
cieties to neip swell tne cnurcn treasury,
and the following scale of prices is given:
Miss under 15. 15 cents for a bug 01 two
minutes, or 10 cents for a short squeeze;
from 18 to 20, 50 cents; from 20 to 25,
75 cent: school marine, 40 cents; an
other man's wife, $2; widows, according
to looks. from 10 cents to S3; old maids,
3 cents each or two for 5 cents and no
limit to time. Preachers are not charged
and editors pay in advertising, but are
not allowed to participate until every
body else is through, and even they are
not allowed to bug anyone Dut 01a
maids and school inarms."
While Uncle Sam is feeding British sub
jects in India John Bull is loaning 130,-
000,000 to Ubina ana preparing to mane
Greece whack up to the sultan. And yet
some people wonder why Uncle Sam was
unwilling to swallow John's arbitration
treaty. St. Paul Press.
When will prosperity arrive? Some of
the gold standard people are now run-
ning in tbatZold gag of planting corn
and expecting roasting ears the next
day. No one expects such impos
sibilities, but a fellow would feel justified
in kicking if be shouldn't have roasting
ears after his corn had been planted six
months. Stanton Register.
If it is paternalism for the government
to do anything to benefit the pesple by
performing any service possible for indi
viduals to do, why nut place our army
nnder ths control of Individuals or syn-
dicates, and pay them so much a year
to keen order and repel invaders7 Car
negie imported an army and it did fair
(booting. II Carnegie, f unman ana
Hanna could have the legal right to
command our armies, there would be no
more strikes of workingmen, and onr
government would avoid the stigma of
populist paternalism. Kledge Hammer.
Ths board of regents of the Stats Uni
versity have discontinued tbs prepara
tory department of that Institution and
ths result will be that a large uumber of
?roung men that received tbeir education
n the country schools will be suht out,
as only graduates of some accredited
high school or persons wno can nass an
sxamination in tbs studies usually
taught in high schools will be admitted.
Ibis win worn a great narasnip on
farmers sons and daughters who may
want to attend the Stats University as
not one in ten conld pass such an sx
amination and are necssarily deprived
of the means of obtaining a first-class
education. The people of tbs state sup
port the university and should not be
deprived of its use by a high toned board
of regents, ueneva uazette.
The cause of the bard times is no
longer a mystery. Itussl Sage, one of
the greatest of tne very great nnanciers,
bas finally consented to divnlge the
secret which bas so long racked the
brains of us lesser lights. He says it is
all brought about by the "shrinkage of
values." Weill well! weiu xnow cnai
we've been told it seems so easy that we
wonder why we didn't figure It out our
selves. But hold! Kussell sage and
seer one more question, please. What
in the name of Croesus is it tbat causes
the shrinkage of values? Madisou
Omaha has secured the Indian ware
house depot and all Nebraeka is rejoic
ing. We place jNeDrasna witn ner Aliens
against the world. Western iews,
The further the investigations go into
the records of the offices recently vacated
by our republican brethren at Lincola,
the more rotten it looks and more leaks
are found. From all appearances no
state ever had a more corrupt adminis
tration, and it is not all on Eugene
Moore and ex-treasurer Hartley, either.
The whole gang has been rotten to the
... 1 a t r
core, and tne wnming 01 a 101 01 oxv
papers like some in this vicinity, tnat
the whole party should not be held re
sponsible for tbe acts of one or two men
will not go down, xney were your 01-
ficialsand you claimed tbey were all
right, and would have been claiming the
same thing yet if the pops nau not louna
them out and now you must stand your
share of the responsibility . Ord Journal.
Senators are agaiu suspected ofdabfi
bling in sugar while tinkering tne tarm,
This, however, is quite in harmony with
the dominant watchword of the age
'opportunity.' The tariff has furnished
tbe opportunity, and tbe senators are
thriftily taking tne tide at its nooo.
When you observe a republican sheet
repudiating Hartley and Moore and in
anothtr column printing a blackmailing
letter from one Jobnson ot uncoin, you
can bet they are not very sorry except
ing that they don't like to be caught.
render 1 imes.
No wonder Cleveland taok a decided
interest in theSaudwich Island question.
He is reported to be one of a syndicate
of New York capftalieta who have 4,
000,000 invested In sugar plantations
In Hawaii. Star and Kauaan.
A ftook Vre.
Ws want the names and addre of
reeponaible farmers and bualneaa men to
whom we may seiid sample enpiee ot
this paper withe line chaucs ol gettibg
thrni to eulieorilw
In ordr to aet au-h a lie! we have tie-
eiiM to snd a coiw ol a. H. King's
book entitled " lew t oaavtal r acta,
tu every pereon aeuding la a list of tn
or mure same attd adlr
It ia a valuable book with over etty
Illustrative diagrams and retail at ilA
reel a ir oopy, fw it a lor Allen stye of
the IxMik, "it f4tsMMM great merit a4
should Im ettenatvely rand bv all who
tere to see a reform ia uur monetary
All that ia BreMerv b yoa to do tn
gelaeiipy U tu eul ta a lil of lb
a sine and addrwaawi p un or mnie
I ftf or buaiitewa meilayovir local-
iiy, yoa lo nike as good a
sekllua as Hieitr, The tiamwe ol
tu.puUte mnu are ablw and bkvly lo tit
i'ribe fur paper are prvferrwi,
rWsd Uis paper t some trsJ L tM
WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN.
Furnished by the Government Crop
Lincoln, Neb., Al ay 25, 1897.
The past week has been a very warm
one; the daily meau temperature has
averaged 7 degrees above the normal
and the maximum temperatures exceed
ed 90 degrees in many localities, espec
ially in the central counties, on one or
The rainfall has been above the
normal in the extreme western and
north central counties and generally
The past week has been a very favora-
able one for the advancement of farm
work. ' It has been fairly favorable for
the growth of vegetation. In a large
portion of the central and southwestern
sections of the state ths small grain is
beginning to suffer for want of moisture,
and corn is sprouting slowly and com
ing op unevenly for the same reason;
generally small grain has grown well in
other sections. Corn planting is nearly
completed in the central and southern
counties and mors than three-fourths of
ths crop is planted in ths northern
counties. The early planted corn is
coming np in all sections and there is
a general complaint that ths stand is
thin and that considerable replanting
will be necessary. Cultivation of corn
has commenced in ths southern counties.
REPORT BY COUNTIES
Butler Com nearly all planted;worms
are doing considerable damage to corn:
soms fields will be replanted; oats and
wheat need rajs.
Cass Wheat, oats and all vegetation
doing nicely; corn planting nearly com
pleted and cultivation commenced.
Gar Corn planting nearly completed;
small grain doing well; grass and pas
tures excellent; early planted corn being
cultivated: prospects for fruit good.
Fillmore Home lew farmers still plant
ing corn: wheat and oats In good con
dition: fruit prospects fair
Uage urn neing cultivated ana aoing
. 9 m 'a" e .
nicely; some late pieces of corn to plant
and some to plant over on account of
worms and poor seed: rys in bloom;
winter wheat very short crop.
Hamilton Early planted corn comiug
no: soms plowing for corn yet to be
done but most of tbs crop planted; pas
Jefferson All corn is now planted ano
the earliest is being cultivated; small
grain is doing fairly well.
Lancaster email grain is doing wen:
soms grain up - and cultivation com
Nemaha Corn about all planted;many
had to replant; some cultivating tbe
first time; winter wheat Improving;
Nuckolls First corn planted ready for
cultivator and generally a good stand,
a little to plant over; wheat and oats
Otoe Com planting aoout nnisneo;
considerable early planted corn will have
to be replanted; all other cereals and
fruit doing finely.
Pawnee Early corn coming np good;
oats need rain; wheat coming on well.
Polk Planting corn progressing rap
idly, early planted coming up.
Richardson Corn planting completed;
corn coming up well; small grain looks
well but rain Is needed.
Saline Corn mostly planted and com
ing fairly well, some of tbe early planted
rotted on low ground; fair crop ot early
fruit in prospect.
Saunders Con) about all planted and
coming up fast; grasses have come out
nicely; potatoes a good stand; garden
vegetables doing well.
Seward Corn about all planted and
the early planted about large enough to
cultivate; some complaint of poor stand
on account ot wire worm; winter wheat
and rye heading.
Thayer Corn coming up and a good
stand generally; some damage by cut
worms; corn cultivation commenced;
small grain doing well.
York some are tbrougb planting
corn but there Is considerable yet to
plant; earliest planted corn up; rye head
ing. NORTHEASTERN SECTION.
Antelope Farm work has been rushed
along; abut 80 per cent of tbe corn yet
to plant; dry and cold; conditions not
Boyd Small grain doing well; corn
planting well advanced, some coming
up; rye beading out; light frost on tbe
Burt Small grain and grass doing
nicely; quite a bit of corn being replant
ed because ol poor seed; early potates
ledar nmaii gram doing well; corn
planting mostly flnishrd, some up and
tooks well; some potatoes up; fruit trees
and shrubbery doing wen.
Colfax I p to t riday ground was
and erorm needed rain; good rain
da v and all crops now In good condition.
Cuming Some corn to plant yet; rye
Is heading out and looks well.
Dixoni'orn planting nearly complet
ed, early planted coming up, mostly a
thin stand, wheat in good condition aud
a large aureate,
Ikulgs Cora planting still being
crowded, Oral planted cotulug well; cut
worms working same; wheat makiug
tow growth, pasture good.
miuglae Considerable corn planted
during week, rwrlieel planted 'i and a
inches hish; small grain and paalurwe
Holt Cora about planted, early plant
ed large enough lo work; potato look
tan Biiej wild trail some Injured by froel.
MadieHta Wheat and rather
backward; core most all planted;
tHev able roplaetiaf asreaeary.
I'am-4lood trowing week but dry
as I last days aiady; ot tf the eot
blasted, plealf ol graas; rain would do
FtaMe ttewtgmwiag weak ol the sea
eea, re sa4ieg (tat; euro Ranting
leashed, early planted "l rt
lug a 7 allall all wiuWr ktiWd,
a W w s -
. . 11 1 LI
!arpy- orn nearly an pianieu; uiue
1 grtix hihi clover iu uioum.
Stanton Corn about all planted, some
up and a good stand; noine rye is begin
ning to head; vegetation growing very
Thurston Small grain doing well;
corn nearly all planted, some coming up
not a good stand; some complaint 01 me
corn rotting iu tbe grouud.
Wash ngton Most ol tbe corn plant
ed; small grain looks well; pastures
good; rain would do good
Wayne Small graiu doing nicely; somb
complaint of poor stand of corn; consid
erable corn yet to plant; first planted
sugar beets coming up.
Boone Small grain doing well; corn
planting nearly done, some corn up and
a good stand.
Buffalo Corn coming fairly well, small
groin suffered before the showers of 18th
and 21st; fruit will be a abort crop.
Custer Corn planting about unisned,
early planted coming up; ram needed in
northern part; pastures and small grain
showing effect of drouth there.
Dawson Corn nearly all planted and
coming up unevenly; small grain looks
better after rain of 2 1st; some are irri
gating wheat. ,
Hall Rye is heading out very heavy;
all small grain looks well; corn planting
is getting well along; frost did not injure
Howard Small grain needing rain
badly In parts of the county; corn plant
ing about finished, corn coming np
Merrick Rys heading out and looks
promising; corn mostly plantsd, soms
up and looks well; small grain needs
Nance Winter wheat improving; rys
and oats looking well; corn mostly
planted; early planted corn and potates
Sherman Early sown wheat looks
fairly well; small grain has begun to suf
fer for want of moisture; corn not com
ing well because of drouth.
Valley Corn planting abont finished;
soms coming up; small grain and grass
doing well but need rain; frnit has set
Adams. Wheat looks well, oats not so
good: corn planting about done; soms
corn large enough to plow.
Dandy. Corn planted and soms of It
np, soms ready to cultivate: potatoes
looking fine; good tain on 20th and 21st.
Franklin. Corn planting about fin
ished: too cool nights for corn; winter
wheat and rye in good condition.
Frontier. Corn nearly all plantsd and
soms np, is plainly seen in tbs rows: rys
was never finer at this season In connty.
Fnrnas. Soms are cultivating com;
some ssed not coming np evenly; past
area and alfalfa fine: wheat looking well.
Ooa ner. Corn coming no finely and a
good even stand; all small grain in good
condition; gardens somewhat backward.
Harlan. Small grain generally good
bnt drought caused wheat to turn yel
low in places; rye beading out; pastures
good; alfalfa immense.
Hitchcock. Week hot and dry; all
crnna need rain.
Kearney. Nearly all corn planted,
tnnch of it uo. earliest ready for cultlva
tion; winter wheat vastly improved;
small grain looks very fine.
Lincoln. Small grain much Injured for
want of rain: tbree-tourtbs 01 tbe corn
Perkins. Weather dry; corn all planted
Red Willow. The light Sbowers 01 tbe
10th and 21st moistened the top soil
and did much good.
WESTERN AND NORTHWESTERN SECTIONS
Cherry. Splendid week; small grain
coming up nicely and a good stand; corn
being planted quite extensively; grass
growing rapidly. ......
Cheyenne. Pastures never looked bet'
ten some corn up and doing well.
Deuel. Heavy rains beneficial; past
ures excellent; some corn np; alfalfa do
Keith. Much needed rain came on the
20th; farmers are busy planting corn;
mall irrain and grass good.
Keya Paha Nice rain; grasshoppers
taking a great deal oi the small grain
corn coming UP well.
KlmhRlfc-Smn.il grain mostly no and
a good stand; corn and potatoes being
nlnnted: grass good.
Rock Corn planting about finished;
irrain of nil kind looks well.
Scotts Bluff Corn coming up, the frost
of the 14tb did little damage; grass and
pastures much benefitted by rain of the
Sheridan Range good and stock
doinor well: 1 If ilfa in good condition.
Thomas brv week: ground in fair
condition but needs rain soon; tbe frost
lost week did little damage.
0. A. LOVELAND,
Seciion Director, Lincoln, Neb.
Manslaughter in this country has In
creased from 1,448 in 1886 to mors than
14,000 in 1896, says Texas Farm and
Ranch. Italy has long been considered
the most homicidal ot nations, but we
surpass her mors than ten times over,
and mors than five times In proportion
to population. Our Increase In this one
crime bas been 100 per cent per an
num. or 1,000 per cent In ten years.
This Is not all other crimes against
persons and psopsrty are similarly In
creasing. Convictions (or crime arc
not keeping up with ths ghastly pro
cession. The;s art two reasonable ex
planatlons ot this disagreeable fact
As a people ws are becoming altogeth
er too clamorous (or "personal liberty,'
and bsnce tolerate, and oftsn champion
customs and Institutions that breed
crime. Also, our courts have cewed
to In 1 terror lo evil doera The en
Ura 11 fraternity, from ths hlt-t
ludft to ths most contemptible petti'
ttggr, units In their devotion to ab
surd formalities and obsolete prece
dents whkh multiply Indefinitely the
chances et the guilty to escape punfah
ntent The proof if guilt may bs ntv
er so absolute, yet unless all ths musty
fortnlll be fully compiled with.
final conviction ran be had. Thus tb
law has become a thing fur pullUs eon
tempt, sod Inspire, but Utile (ear
ths part t lbs criminally Inclined
1 Uere Is another raua whir a no doubt
eirates to a considerable sttenl ta u
trM crime. Poverty has llwsys !
a foatrlhutary factor la criminal aa
sals. This poverty may bs real.
merely comparative las result Is ttti
isats. t'nleea a uneipecttd rsfurta
shall sous bs sa aeooRiaiUasd fact, the
result In tbs fttar Murs Is fearful
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Feller, one 1'ackage of Needlee, six Bobbins, one Wrench, one Screw
driver, one Shuttle Screw Driver, one l'resaer toot, one Belt and
Hook, one Oil Can filled with oil, one Gauge, ons Gauge Screw, ons
liulltw, and one Instruction Book.
a. 00.00 mtjLCXxxsra ron Dio.oo.
Fllt8TOar Independent" Sewing Machine as above described
and Nebraeka Independent one year for to flX
aKCONIWOnr "Independent" Hewing Mac hine given as a pee
ml am atisolately tree of ooetfof aClnbof 80 Nnbnot srs
si $1 OO each.
TlllHIOar 'Independent' Mewing Machine fo-s)ltOi "ash
and a t lab of a.1 anbavrlonre al ft (Ml eavh.
rilKltltlT PAIl-AI machines shlriwd direvl trow lac lory al Chicago. Freight
chnrgen irvpnid o any pule! ia lh failed Stales on a railway, evwpt lo
mints ia Waahioa'toa, California, Nevada. Urega. Colorado, New Mexico,
Idaho, I'tab, Montana. Artioaa and Wjofutug, to nhluh slates we will prepay
all freight charges lor f l.lW additional,
1'i reoas ordering Marklaes will pi state plaisly the poisl to wbk-h the Machine
la lo be shipped, a well as the jwatrtrtt. the lnper ia lo I seal to. lilts skip
pteg pout sa well as jxtstoftoe ed4f, and both Machine and paper wilt be
tAtPK4 'all Ompiss on Vmr ma hroswuio To
. . MACHINE
to secure a popular name? . When yon
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