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THE NEBr iSKA'INDEPEDENT
june 3, 1897
Criticised by Congreismea Jerry
Simpson, Lewis and Blcb-
THE HOUSE SUSTAINS SEED.
By a Vote of 90 to 55 the Do-nothing
Policy Will be Con
tinued. A Tariff on China ware.
WAfmixaTON, June 3 . - The TImjm
to-day witnessed a sharp attack on the
Speaker by Representatives Simpson
and Richardson because of the non
appointment of the committees.
On motion of Mr. Dlngley, by BO to
55, the House upheld the Hpeuker's re
fusal to recognize the resolution of
Mr Lewis (Democrat) of Washington
relat. 'e to Cuba.
A special order wa then presented
for Immediate consideration of a reso
lution providing for transportation of
supplies to India and permitting the
use of any vessel, instead of restrict
ing the sending of famine relief to
American uhlps. After further talk
by Mr. Simpson and others concerning
the alleged autocratic power of the
ipeaker, the order was adopted. The
Senate resolution to amend the resolu
tion of April 7 for fh transportation
of supplies to India was passed.
THE TAPIFF ON CHINA.
Decora tel War Will I'ay 00 Per Cent)
L'ndeeoratetl SS Per Cent.
YVAsiiiNOTOJf, June 2, The tariff bill
was taken up in the Senate to-day im
mediately after the disposal of routine
business. Mr. Aldrich withdrew the
proposed committee amendments to
paragraph 00, china, etc., leaving
the rates as reported by the House,
viz: decorated china, CO per cent ad
valorem; undecorated china, M per
sent Mir Jones of Arkansas moved
to reduce these rates to 85 and 30 per
eent respectively. Without debate a
rote was taken and the proposed
amendments were defeated, yeas 33,
Messrs. McEnery and Cannon voted
with the Reoublicans in the negative
and Messrs. Harris (Kansas) and flelt
feld with the Democrats in the affirm
ative. In other respects tbe vote was
m party lines,
Tb ftenata Personnel Wow Established.
Washington, June 2. The senator
from South Carolina, John L. Me
Laurin, who succeeded the late Sena
tor Karle, was sworn in at the open
ing of the session to-day. This estab
lishes the personnel of the Senase as
It will remain for some time, vis: Re
publicans 43, Democrats 34, Populists
7. Silver Republicans 5, vacancy L
MODERN WOODMEN MEET.
Delegate Said to llava Reported
Against the Fulton Paction.
Dubuque, Iowa, June 3. Nearly
every delegate to the head camp of
Modern Woodmen is here for the open
ing session of the order's biennial
meeting. The decisive action of state
caucuses appears to have settled the
question of election of officers. The
report of delegates at large who have
just completed an investigation of the
affairs of the order is understood to
be emphatic in its denunciation of the
Fulton faction and as strongly favor
able to the present administration.
The biennial report of ifead Consul
Northcott showed that during the
past seven years the membership had
increased from 40,000 to i'40,000, and
the average age had decreased from
38.0.1 to 35.76 years. The cost of
management was reduced from 11.83
to sixty-one cents.
The question' of an emergency fund
has been entirely eliminated from the
consideration of the head camp by a
vote of the members.
The report of Charles W. Hawes,
head clerk, showed that the general
fund expenditures amounted to 8353,.
489, mortuary claims allowed, 1,000,
and the amount paid, 13,280,816;
amount of claims pending, 8217,500.
During the term 101, COO suspensions
were reported, of which number 79,308
The report of A, H. Holtister, head
banker, showed that during the bien
nial period ending March 31, 1897, the
total receipt were 13,534,233, aud the
dlsbusemenU 13,153,313. The haad
physician's report showed that tn the
lost two years the board had accepted
127,110 applications and rejected IV
000 The rate of mortality last year
was 4.60 per 1,000, the lowest nines
tlbbf PrUfw VeareataUe.
Chkac.o, June . I.lbby prison will
soon be closed. The Appomalto table,
tl Crt oil portrait of lirant and all
the other pluturea, tWuuunU, cannon,
hot and shell farming the collection
of American war relic will probably
find rrsllug pUoe In Washington, It,
C Awarding to Charles f, Uunther,
who luau the property (or the
company ow ning It, the prison has at'
IracU'd few vUilors lately, while the
ground a put, whirl tt stauds has be
eoiM too valuable fur Its present ttte.
TmIs tfraefce Wrd la llaaf
Nm atiKo, tali June W
traor ItitUd Kas dUId not to later
fr In the death ntr tif Walter
U Wortlea. found guilty of wrecking
train tlariHf th A. It. I", strike three
yrsra a, when ICaglutfr flat It and
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Lincoln, Neb., June 1, 1897.
Tbe teinruture of tbe past week has
been about normal in tbe western part
of tbe state and from one to three de
grees below normal in tbe eastern.
Tbe rainfall has been about normal in
tbe greater portion of the southeastern
section and decidedly below normal else
where in tbe state. In the extreme
southeastern corner, Johnson, Nemaha,
and Richardson counties, the rainfall
has been excessive, ranging from 2.50
to 6 Inches. Over considerable areas in
tbe northern and western portions of
the state no rain fell, and generally in
these districts the amount was less tbaa
one quarter of an inch.
Tbe week has been s good one for
small grain in tbe southeastern section
and a fair one in tbe northeastern sec
tion, although the ground is getting dry
there aod rain would be beneficial. In
the western portion of tbe state gener
ally small grain is suffering somewhat
Corn planting is practically completed
and much of the corn is up. Tbe weather
has been unfavorable for the germina
tion aid growth of corn. Cutworms and
wireworms have done considerable dam
ago, and tbe stand of corn is generally
reported as thin. More than the usual
amount of planting is being done. Cul
tivation of the early planted corn baa
commenced generally. Rye is in bloom
and winter wheat heading out. Fruit
has suffered little or no injury from
frosts in tbe southern and eastern sec
tions and is now nearly as far advanced
as usual at this season of the year.
REl'ORT BY COUNTIES
Butler Early corn being cultivated;
some replanting corn being done; fruit, as
far advanced as on an average season.
Cass Small grain looks flue; com a
fairly good stand generally but back
ward, some replanting being done;
niirhts too cool for rapid growth.
Fillmore Fall wheat looking fairly
well; spring grain good; potatoes good
stand; corn cultivation commenced;
some corn being replanted.
GageCutworm are taking corn fast;
much will be replanted; wheat a very
ligbt stand: oats apparently good;
plenty of moisture.
Hamilton Good week for email grain
and grass, poor corn; some replanting
of corn necessary; small grain looking
Antelope All crops suffering for rain;
rye heading short and will be a poor
crop; many fields of corn replanted.
Burt Small grain still looks well but
is beginning to show effects of dry
weather; corn generally a thin stand.
Cedar Need rain badly but small
grain looks well and corn growing well,
rye beading; much corn replanted; frost
has doue sore damage.
Colfax All crops in good "condition;
showers in central portion.
Cuming Small grain doing fairly well:
too cool for corn; some is being planted
over, tbe whole a tbin stand; beets look
Dixon Early planted corn a tbin
stand; some repiaiitiug mast be done;
too cool fur corn; heavy frost did some
damage on lowlands.
Dodge Dry weather is beginning to
injure some of the small grain; much
late planted corn will not come up until
Douglas Farm work has been pushed;
crops generally in good condition; pas
tures would be improved by rain; beets
Holt Frost ou 23d injured rye, early
potatoes, and wild fruit; , rye heading
out, small grain short; some cron being
Knox Corn is coming up but It is a
poor stand, some fields being replanted;
small grain is not looklug well.
Pierce Very dry and small grain looks
yellow; corn not coming good; some
damage from frost
Platte Week too cool for corn but
good for small grain; much corn, but
growing slowly;stand good; grass good;
Sarpy Too cool for corn, much of it
bad to be replanted, early potatoes
look fine and lota being planted; corn
Thurston Severe frost on tbe 23
killed some gardon stuff and early eorn
in valleys; rain would do good.
Jefferson Wheat and oats looking
well; some corn replanted on account of
wireworms and cutworms; cold and
crops growing slowly.
Jobuson Cold and wet; the heavy
rains ol the 25tb and 2Gth washed one.
third of the corn out; wheat and oats
look good iu places.
Lancaster Corn aud oats are doing
nicely; considerable com being replanted,
too cold for beat growth of corn.
Nemaha Squirrels, cutworms, wash
out, and poor seed have caused much
replanting ol corn; small grain growing
well; too cold for eorn.
Nuckolls Cora badly washed by rata
Id parts of eouu ty .much will be re-plan ted
most farmer are busy plowing corn;
small grain sellat,
Otoe Small grain doing welt; consid
erable eorn will be replanted; cultiva
tion oleora began; posture splendid;
small fruit doing well,
Pawnee Cora damaged ty heavy
rains, washed out on rolling aad covered
pp an lowiaada; oilier crop doing well,
Polk Winter wheat twining out la
good sha; some complaint of poor
eland ol eorn; pasture good, apple
litt Urdeoa Heavy rata washed out
as nek planted com. bottom land over
Bowed, tor bat-award nd some aentag
. cat worm; small grain doing well.
Maline hoot rontplaml ft cutworm
la core; generally a lain staad of torn,
lUuader Core toiuiag slow!;; son
replanting accessary; mak corn nilu
tid tk Iret Hut; !( grata aad
-Too tool lor corn wbk'k t
wot if.tttag a Ivt a l Should, oi.
fields replanted and many have rather
Xbayer Favorable week for email
grain, but too cool for corn; cultivation
of eorn commenced; rye in bloom; early
sown wheat beading.
York Cora coming up and growing
slowly; rye and winter wheat look well
and heading out; alfalfa ready to cut;
spring wheat poor.
Washington Rye looks good and is
heading out; cool, dry weather is keep
ing corn back; worms injuring corn
Wayne Wheat and oats suffering for
rain; late planted corn can not come up
until it rains. .
Boone Small train doing well; some
corn a poor stand and alii tie replanting
will be done: some cultivating done.
Buffalo Good rain in central and
eastern portions and all crops doing wall;
ram needed in western portion of county.
Custer Early sown wheat showing
well, late sown oats and barlry still
show effects of frost; corn doing well in
east and very dry in west part of coun
ty; much damage by grasshopers in
Dawson Corn is coming well; small
grain growing nicely but all crops need
rain; alfalfa excellent.
Greeley VII small grain showing ef
fects of drowth; corn not coming up well;
rye not filling out well; rain needed
Hall Small grain doing finely; much
corn to replant.
Howard Grain is making rather poor
showing, too cool and dry; much re
planting of corn necessary; stock doing
well in pasture.
Loup-Cround very dry; late sown
grain not up yet; cutworms injuring
corn badly: some damage from frost to
gardens and fruit.
Mrrick Spring wheat, rye and oats
are looking fine; too cool for corn which
is coming up irregularly; some replant
Nance fy heading out and wheat
following i.o elv; oats look well; some
have begun io cultivate corn.
Valley Small grain needs rain; culti
vation of corn begun; some corn coming
up unevenly on account of dry weather.
Adams Wheat heading out and looks
well; oats not so good; corn coming up
slowly on account of cool weather.
Chase. East quarter dry for email
grain; excellent elsewhere; wheat head
ing; aside from damage from cutworms
corn a good stand.
Dundy Dry week, bard on orops In
eastern portion of county; alfalfa will
make a big crop.
Franklin Whole fields of corn being
replanted; nearly half of tbe cornsbould
be replanted; wireworms and cutworms
in nearly every field.
Frontier Crops still looking well but
top of ground getting dry and rain is
Furnas Bain needed; spring wheat
and oate beginning to suffer in spots;
corn nearly at a stand still; alfalfa fine;
rye in bloom. .
Gosper All crops would be benefited
by rain but nothing, except possibly a
little winter wheat and rye is'being dam
aged. Harlan A little too dry for small
grain; early corn is being cultivated; all
crops doing fairly well.
Hitchcock Small grain looks well;
pastures gaod; all crops need rain.
Kearney Cutworms injuring eorn;
many poorstand of oat but doing well
winter and spring wheat looks fine; corn
Lincoln Gross and all grains suffering
Perkins Corn looks well; email gram
Phelps Corn planting finished; ground
rather dry on the surface.
Bed Willow Corn planting done,
mostly up, and some cultivating, crops
are all showing tbe effects of lack of rain.
Webster Soms corn being cultivated;
winter wheat heading out; rye in bloom;
oats making good progress; potatoes
WESTERN AND NORTH WESTERN SECTIONS
Cherry Small grain looking fairly well
corn coming nicely.
Dawes Grass growing finely; corn
coming no; small fruit looks well.
Keith Wheat good; grass splendid;
corn coming up. rye heading.
Kimball Small grain growing rapidly;
alfalfa ready to cut.
Logan Everything suffering from
drought; corn planting finished.
Scotta Bluff Small grain doing well
and corn coming up nicely; early pota
toes v, a large acreage of beans being
Sheridan Considerable fr,ost in low
place on 24th; corn can not come op
until it rains; too dry for all crops.
Thomas Crops doing well but getting
G. A. LOVELAND,
Section Director, Lincoln, Neb.
Steam Kngtnes to Replace Hones.
There are now more than 8,000
steam engines used for the trans
port service oi highways In Great
Britain. The fact was stated by
Lieutenant Colonel Tom pier, at the
Hoyal I'nitod servico institution,
some days ago, in a lecturo advocat
ing the use of steam transport for
army purpose. He said that exten
sive experiments had shown that a
train of wagons can, on the best
road, make but fifteen to twenty
miles a day, while a traction engine
can transport the same train sixty
to seventy miles a day, aud at a less
cost Horses sooner or later give
cut, but the engine ran keep right
on day after day. under all eireutn
tanee. The f.Ou) engines men
tioned are, of course, used for
great variety of work, mainly abo&t
farm, besides simple transport
There are 8i.O H mile of turnpike
road In Great I'rltain.
1 1 a lie 4.
IU, having nothing better to say
IH) you approve of short court
htpsr Mia Ye, but not too short 1
have only known yea a wk boV
at Mr all. what do It matterf fipeea
to mother, and 1 guet It will be all
Miil la !
Ik re were 131,17 ejel u4
for plur eolsly in iren last
yar, a fact 41clo4 iarouga tia
colhKilioa, of the ta Impoead oa
them. The proportion el bleyclee
and trieyolc Is not stated. t'l
UmJ by tradesmen for purely eul
purport are impt ttvm U
. Told by Napoleon's valet.
Much has been written concerning
the scanty knowledge ol court etiquette
shown by Napoleon during tbe early
days of the first empire and of the awk
wardness of his companions in arms,
who, from being mere soldiers of for
tune, were elevated to the highest posts
in the country. In later days,' however,
the emperor himself became a martinet
on tbe subject of the observance of
courtly ceremonies. When staying at
Bayonue, in 1808, Constant relates that
everybody was struok by the awkward
ness of the king and queen of Spain, the
bad taste shown by their dress, the dis
gracefully shabby state of their equi
pages add the heavy, constrained air of
all those who formed their suit.
"French elegance and all our band
some court equipages formed such a
sharp' contrast that the dowdiness of
the Spanish became unspeakably absurd.
The empercr, with his exquisite tact,
did not fail to notice this, but he did
not like the idea of letting crowned,
beads be a subject for raillery. One
day, when dressing, he pinched my ear
and said to me: '1 say, yon rogue, yon
understand all that sort of thing so
well, so you might as well give the
valets of the king and queen of Spain a
bint or two. Their awkwardness is posi
tively pitiable.' I eagerly offered to car
ry out bis majesty's wishes, but he did
not let tbe matter stop there, but made
certain observations to the empress
about the queen of Spain and ber
ladies. " Josephine, the very embodiment
of good taste, accordingly gave certain
orders, and for two days her hairdressers
and dressmaker! spent their whole time
in giving lessons to their Spanish col
leagues in the art of tasteful and ele
gant dressing. This only shows that the
emperor found time for every thing
time to plan a battle or teach a footman
bow to dress. Philadelphia Telegraph.
Everybody lay to.
Cascareta Candy Cathartic, the moat
wonderful medical discovery of the age,
pleasant and refreshing to tbe taste, act
gently and positively on kidneys, liver
and bowels, cleansing tbe entire system,
dispel colds, cure headache, fever habit
ual constipation and biliousness. Please
buy and try a box of C. C. C. today 10,
25, 50 cents. Sold and guaranteed to
cure by all druggists.
Say, have you noticed how the repub
lican newspapers defame General Wan
nainaker because be has tbe manhood to
tell some truths about tbe McKinley ad
ministration. Tbey will defend bribe
givers and bribe takers, ballot box
stuffers and brazen intimidators of
honest men, but tbey cannot forgive,
tolerate or .look with charity on a man
who roasts tbe g. o. p. for cause. Blair
Only f ai.fio to San Francisco.
Jund 29 to July 8, account National
Convention Christian Endeavorers. Spe
cial trains. Through tourist and pal
ace sleepers. Stop overs allowed at and
west of Denver. Return via Portland,
Yellowstone Park and Black Hills if
Endeavorers and their friends who take
the Burlington route are guaranteed a
quick, cool, comfortable journey, fine
scenery (by daylight) and first class
Berths reserved and descriptive litera
ture furnished by request at B. & M.
depot or city office corner 10th and O.
street G. W. BONNEL.L .
2, 6t C. P. & P. A.
National Educational Association Meet
ing. For the meeting of the National Edu
cational association at Buffalo in 1806
the excellent service given by the Union
Pacific was commented on by all those
who had tbe pleasure of using that line.
This year our educational friends meet
in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Juiy 6th to
9th, and members of the association
and others from points west of the Mis
souri river, should by all means take
the Union Pacific.
Tbe service of the UNION PACIFIC via
Omaha or Kansas City is the very best.
The equipment consists of handsome
day coaches, Chair Cars, Pullman Buf
fet and Drawing Room Sleepers, Dining
Cars and Buffet Smoking and Library
Cars. Fewer changes than via any
other line. One fare, plus $2.50 for the
round trip will be the rate from all
points west of tbe Missouri River for
For illustrated matter, folders, etc.,
call on or write, E. B. Slohhon, Agent,
Lincoln, Neb. 58
To California. Oomfortably-
Every Thursday afternoon, a tourist
sleeping car for Salt Lake City, Han
Fruncisco and LosAngeles leaves Omaha
and Lincoln via tbe Burlington Route.
It is carpeted, upholstered in rattan,
bas spring seats and backs and i pro
vided with curtains, bedding, towels,
soap, etc An experienced excursion
conductor and a uniformed Pullman
porter accompany it through to tbe
While neither so expensively finished
nor so tine to look at as a palace aleeper,
it la Just a good to rid in. Second class
ticket ar accepted for passage and tbe
price of a berth, wide enough and big
enough for two, I only 93.
For ticket and further Information ap
ply at B. & M. depot or city oltlce, cor.
Teotb aad O street, Lincoln, Neb.
Geo. W. Hon mi: li., C. P. T. A.
Certificate of Publication.
Auditor of Public Accounts,
Statt $t .Vrerast.
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Hymens Insurance Company,
In tie Stale of New Jersey.
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If not relieved, bilious fever
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ba and Lincoln via the Burlington
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of a berth, wide enough and big enough
for two is only $5.
For a folder giving full particulars call
at the D. & M. depot or city office, cor
ner Tenth and O streets.
0. W. Bonxell. C. P. and T. A.
To Omaha, Cliifflgo and points in Iowa
nnd Illinois, theUMON PACIFIC in con-
flection with the C. &N. VV.Ky. offers
the best service and the fin text time.
Call or write to me for time curd, rates,
etc. E. B. Slobson,
& PACIFIC RY.a
Uives you the choice oi iu KUUita,
on via Colorado and the Scenic Lin",
and the other via our Texas Line and
th Southern Pacific
Oar Texas Lin la much quicker tbaa
any other lin through to
Bout hern CALIFORNIA
HOCK. ISLAND EXCURSIONS
Art tb moat popular, and carry tk
largest bueiuaa ol any California Root.
Tbw igaifle that you get tnbtat
Wntlon snd rerelr tb bt ervle. Th
toweet rat ticket to California ar
available on tbei excursion.
Don't tart on trip to California until
on get our Touriat Folder, eoalalnlng ,
tap showing rout and all Information.
or rat and reservation apply to any
agat oi in i., it. i, r. ny or add
IUIIM SKMASTIAN, O. I. A.,
mm I 1 Ea to ,k M w 1
Now Gold Fiolds
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