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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDEN1
September 30, '897
JUDGE POST'S RECORD.
Let tha Cltiatns of Nebraska Thoroughly
It ia all proper and riht now that the
republicans hare put up Judge l'ost, as
a candidate (or the supreme bench, to
examine hid public record oud see II the
neonle ol this state wlnh him on the su
preme bonou. Ilia future oourae without
doubt will be In the same line aa the reo
ord which ho hna already made. If any
one will take up the Nebraska Supreme
Court reports, volume IJ7, puge 1)0, ft
00.. he will find part of the record of
Judge l'ost, which reads aa followa:
"Hold that the actiou of the board I
electing Dorgan aa the representative
Of tue atate, while highly censurable and
unbusinesslike and wanting iu that In
telliurent mmrd for the Interests of the
nublio whinh the atate exacts from.ts
o (fleer, waa at most an error of iudg'
went, not amounting to a misdemeanor
in olllce, Maiwell, chief justice, disseut-
Through the negligence, Incompetency
or fraud of the auperintendent olcon
truction, the atate waa charged for
tiuildlDir materiel if refill V In exeess of
the reasonable market value thereof,
and for labor which waa not jierformed
The billa presented therefor were pre
ented In the usual course of business
and alloweed by the board of public
lunda and bulhlinga, acting In good faltu
and the belief that euoli Halms wore led t
linate cuarires against the state, field
that the allowance of such Holms la not
a misdemeanor In olllce for which the
membera of the board are imeneliable.
Maxwell, chief justice diHwntlng.
The people of the atate know well what
the result of that declelou hoe been upon
ft prosperity and the effect It haa upon
men holding public ofllne and handling
the people' money, it wa accurately
foraeen In the diMMentlliir Opinion of
Judge Maxwell in which he said:
"If the court should approve or even
oondone the conduct of the respondent
in t bis case the nliueitoe of thla cane will
be felt iu every department of business
In the atate, lending to weaken the seuse
of faith In public ofllcera and employ en
and Iu every way prove detrimental to
the bent interests of society, There are
an abundance of men in the atate who
can. and If the opportunity is given by
their aeiection to the oflinea II I led by the
respondent, will faithfully look alter the
Interests of the atate, and as the respon
dents have failed in that regard, the
charges are well taken and should be
uatoiued. I therefore vote guilty aa
chanted. I fear the result of the decision
if adhered to will open a door to the
greatest frauds In the public institutions
of the atate."
These words of Judira Maxwell proved
to be an accurate prediction ol the events
which nave occurred within the lost lew
months. Tue question before the peo
ple Is whether thia syetem, sanctioned
by Judge Tost, shall be the rule of our
courts, or whether public officers shall be
held to strict accountability. That
Judge l'ost has not in the least departed
from the oourae adopted and the system
laid down In this decision will be proven
by examining the order recently laaued
in tha case now pending In the supreme
court entitled "Joseph 8. Hartley, plain-
tin in error, vs the state ol Nebraska,
defendant In error." Upon this appeal
of Dartley coming before Judge Post.the
following order suspending bis sentence
was entered upon the Journal:
"This cause came on to be heard be
fore the supreme court upon the applica
tion of the plaintiff In error for suspen
sion of the sentence of the district court
of Douglas county, pending the proceed
ings in error in the supreme court, and
llappeariug that said plaintiff in error
Intends to have said cause reviewed in
said supreme oourt, and that a petition
in error and transcript are now on file In
the office of the clerk of aald court for
aald purpose, and It further appearing
that there ia a probable error In said
record, it Is ordered that the execution
of said sentence and judgment against
the said plaintiff be suspended until the
lurtner order of the supreme court.
If he believes now that Judge Jtaker
erred in sentencing Hartley to the neni-
tentiary, can there be any 'reasonable
doubt that alter he ia re-elected be will
be able to find that error? Is a man
making that sort of a record the kind ol
a man mat people want lor supreme
The following vouchor for coal furn
ished the state hospital for the Insane at
Lincoln, Jor the month of July, 181H,
waa laid More Judge l'ost In the im
"State of Nebraska, Hospital for the
Insane To WhiN breast Coal and l.ime
July 4, .TJ.OOO pound of p'u at
I 27 M
pound jwot nt
1 00 IU
July 7, a.O.IU pounds Can eon at
July M, I lJ.iMKI pounds ihh at
July 10,a,miu pounds lump at
July 10, 41,hh ixiumU in-a ut
July U. 4ntKK) pounds lump
July 14, 4 l.tttMl pound lump
at J. .,,.,. .......
July H. 4i,uo tmuaiU iwa at
July 15, 3.7;!0 pounds t auuou
Jul. H. 4i,lHHi pounds I at
July 'Jo, M,mh pound lump
at f J..V.I ...
July '.'-. "J HuaJ t'auaoa
Jttty'J t. 4'J.tmo pound lump
at 11. M.
Jul '.' . 1 1 J.IXMI ptillftd 14 at
It Ti ....
Jill J. TO.tMHJ IX .uml, 14 t
Jul an, tot.tMtOpotiad at
Total I'HH Ttf
Jtidrfw I'uat, allot lotikiej at thai
ou tr f.i t t toe tit r,v m au
ply fvwl kihl lybt I the n,.t Juiy
lu a sall k.tiul. rtiHi a jWta!
rit atHiut him, 1vndv.l iaai thai b.u,
eillHt it. M11 1 te evrUr of eUt ai
iim1 it "tt U'tk " 1 t M vt
Itm ki'l l Mstt tn irvM
taeeeKeoie.U',! aHUwrity (
slate 4 Ntirk.
Jd4 I'm! pat on .Mf4 a uaa:
lia it 4omaa atU'aiaii tKe rotlf
and oppreasloo of the railroads and
other corporations that are too numer
ous to be cited here. A corporation
judge is not the kiud of a judge the peo
ple of Nebraska want.
I predict that it Judge Post is reelected
neither Hartley nor Moore will ever be
sent to the penitentiary, and defaulters
and embezzlers of publio funds will be
more numerous than ever. During these
times a man of moral courage is needed
upon the supreme bench. Upon the
great questions now pressing for solu
tion Juilh-e l'ost has not the courage to
soenk out. A irreat dally newspaper
sent a series of questions to the lending
lawyers and jurists of thecouutry con
cerning the recent abuse of tho power of
injunction. Hearts of Judges answered,
but Judge Post wua silent. Attorney
General Hmyth promptly replied, saying
"the courte must not assume powers
that do not belong to them." Judge
Post refused to answer. The people
want to know where the candidates
stand on the ouestlon of irovnrnment by
injunction, A candidate too cowardly
to answer, Is not 0 tit man for supreme
indue. The people will (rive him the
cold shoulder colder than that month
ofJuly must have been when It topk
444 tons of coal to keen the asylum
wurtn, all the bills for which Judge Post
says wero audited and pain "in goon
faith." 1. Ji. Tiiiiii-Ks,
Editor of a Nebraska Farm,
GERMANY'S SAV1N0S BANKS,
Municipal Control Is Likely to bs Sup
planted by Nstlonal Authority,
William 13. Curtis wrltos from Herlln to
the Chicago Ibword that In Germany the
nyinga banks system Is managed by
tho municipal irovernment Instead of
the national authorities, as in Kuglund,
Prance, Germany, llelglum, Ituly and
otfier European countries. The system
dates buck for nearly a century, and
with the exception of some unimportant
details, Is uniform throughout tint em
pi re. Germun thrift is proverbial
There are no other people iu the world
who cun do without luxuries and things
that they do not actually need with so
ureat a deureeof contentment. 1'rom
tho cradle the children are taught ecou
0111 v. Jt la us much a matter 01 ediica
tlou as the catechism, in some or the
schools the children are Instructed to
gather druing their play hours and on
their way to and from their homes an
such apparently valueless objiicts as old
bottles, cans, refuse metals eta., whicri
are sold to the junk shops and the pro
ceeds deposited to the credit of the child
In the nearest savings ban It, i lie same
pirit that Inspires this economy has
caused the number of depositors In the
savings banks of the empire to exceed the
number 01 households, it is oiten ine
case that every child and every servant
In a family has bis own account at the
bank, which, when it amounts to a cer
tain sum, is withdrawn (or permanent
The usual rate of Interest paid by the
the municipal savings banks in uermany
is 8 per cent and. althouich their man
agement is Intrusted to the municipal
ities, the banking exports of the general
government sxerciaa a gsneral aupervls'
Ion over them. Titers is usually a gen
eral office, with a director in chief at the
city ball, whoae principal duty Is to re
ceive remittances from branch offices
that are established In every ward. 1 hese
funds be Invests in government bonds or
In securities of equal value. The (Atti
tude of investment is much greater than
is allowed the postal savings bank au
thorities In England and France. The
funds may be invested In gilt edged real-
estate mortiraarea aud even in the ei'eo
tlon o! buildings, but before this is done
the proposition must be submitted to
the committee of the common council
which has jurisdiction over the savings
banks. This committee which Is com
posed of practical financiers, bankers,
morchanta and manufacturers and men
who are In the habit of handling money.
acta aa a sort of board of directors for
In ISerlln there are seventy-nine brauch
offices with 483,000 depoaitora out of a
population 01 l.HUO.uou aud tho total
depoaiu are a little more than 40,000.
000. In Dresden the savings banks
show a a till greater utility in propor
tion to the population. Although the
number of people in Dresden is only
about one-fifth as many as iu Herliu
there are half as many depositors iu the
savings bunks aud the deposits exceed
-.'2,uou,iho. in someof the other cities
the proportion is much larger. In the
town of Aix-la-Chapelle. for example.
with only 11 0,4 NO population, there
are over 10(1,000 depositors, with cre
dits of more thau 'J0,000,000 to their
Thia illustrates the extent and the
value of the service; but there is a urreat
deal o! complaint from the aicrariuua
hat no provisiou is made by the irov
ernment for receiving the savings of the
arming population, mid nu inritntion
hits been k'muk on fu- some years in favor
of a truiiHli-r ol the munirinnl avtni.
I'he Kolmmhe Zeitutiir of a reeut date
contained an int'reitiiiir article' on thia
abject hi which the ndvautiur ol such
a transh r wereaet forth at Intuit h and
he iimxtMity ol making provision lor
lui (nrmers aa wi-ll as the m.Hj'iaiiie iu
h rltlee and the laruer towns wua d. m.
oiistmlml in lorcible lantfunu.
It cannot lm dented, the writer says
that hundreds ot thounnds of iwooln
it the eiupir would gladly lay by a prt
f their wiK"very month ti titv w.-re
not pn vtuted by tuauilioient opporlu.
nut.. ,! iiii-riul MMtsav
tittpt sttatein would U of lite grtt
advaiiinw, pnrttt uUily to ha aitrieul-
uri t'iH, lor tl.n i a ihMUiitu
itlil uouirnleat rvavh ol v-ry Urm, r,
lh JhwUI !! 14 wrywlipre ttu.t.'d
and would not ouly lurai.tia ronvntaal
nHiriutiitj lor ilp,,u but nu .v
uifthol ol vitt.t."
I we lute r.uiptror t r-i rHk was a
- a 1 i . . t
"' viiiw in Ihs IMII aatiuua
bluk atstvui. audit he ba t lit.. I 11 m
rob'ibie that It would save Uu
4optv4 la GoriM-taj long
IWlTeWvolpit tnl Look Yw Uf
If yo wast lv tpitt tot aaiaj
''t 4 lorrr, be ai.l wlL atroim.
ma !, full id l.t ad tor, ttt
.V-fitaA Urn i,t4MiKt Kat
ak alKa. Xiaav gia
ta rmadla wa itaja. 0r 4m uhI
rami, tay .S. iu u yoar dtwmi t
a.it itrkiw iu tut. r ihi
IUHilUndaitNit MKiWdlrm .Id.lrwM
tetiig tUmeUy lu, I lm-at vr t I,
MRS. STILLS' ABDUCTION.
Jaehsoo. MeKaeban and Boll Urnilng
LictcToif, Mo., Sept. 29. The cases ot
Wesley Jackson, Joseph McKceban
and James Hull for the alleged abduc
tion and outrage of Mrs. Andrew
(Stills, began here yesterday on 1
change of venue from Jefferson town
ship, where the crime was com
mlttcd. About J, 000 people wore
in attendance from three coun
ties. Trouble was feared by
Squire Kelson, and HherlfT Lear was re
quested to be present. He camo early
with six deputies. Stanley Allen and
lies Jones, the two young men who,
it is charged, secured Mrs. Btllls in
Denton county and roturned.with her
to Jefferson township, on the pretext
of being the sheriff and deputy of this
county, have fled, as has Jlert Win
frey, who is said to have assisted the
trio of abductors to get Mrs. (Stills out
of the county.
The trial began at 1 o'clock. The
best attorneys of the county are em
ployed both in the prosecution and the
defense The hearing may last sev
eral days. Mtllls and his wife testified
to practically the same story published
in those dispatches. HovoraL re put'
able farmers havo given damaging
testimony against the defendants.
The defense will attack the character
of the woman. Tho pcoplu are quiet
but Indignant, and are resigned to let
the law take its course.
GEORGE FOR MAYOll.
Mainluatad ly tha I'nltad Itetnoorany
of Maw fork.
NkwYork, Hupt. SB, Tho most im
portant development In the Greater
New York political situation yester
day was the unanimous nomination of
Henry George for myorby the united
Democracy, c 1 posed of numerous
free sliver a id llryan clubs, which
were active In the campaign of last
fall. Mr. George once polled QH.OOO
votes as a labor candidate for mayor
of New York.
A belief Is current that Mr. George
will not accept if Tammany indorses
the Chicago platform.
MEN AND GUNS TO CUBA
II rare Little Steamer Lankily Lands
NbW Youk, Hept 80. A dispatch
from Pensaeola, Flo,, says: It la now
known here that the steamer Horn
mors N. Hinlth landed at least three
xpedltlons of men, arms and ammu
nition la Cuba during her twenty-six
days' voyage from Mobile to this port
Her expeditions were without serious
mishap, although she was once nearly
captured by the gunboat Helena.
Part la Calls Turkey to aeooant,
Tint Kit Act, Sept, 80. The raiders
who orosaed the frontier last August
ware Turkish Kurds, and it is claimed
that they did so with the full knowl
edge of the Turkish military authorl
ties, sacked nine villages and mas'
sacred 300 Mussulmans and Christians,
Including women and children. The
Persian government is demanding full
atisfaetion from Turkey.
Amerlaaa Wheat for Jtrgeatloa.
New York Sept 9. The first full
cargo of American wheat aver shipped
to the Argentine Republic left this
port Sunday on the steamship Besra-
tael, bound for Iiuenos Ayrea. It ag
grcgated 174,300 bushela The shipper
waa Jules Hchrelber, representing
Solomon L Dauon of Antwerp, to
whom the Uearatael belongs.
Oasparate Arkansas right
Littlr Hook, Ark., Sept 20. The
news is just received from Tulip, Dal
las county, of a fight on Saturday
with pistols and knives among five
men, which resulted in the death of
Robert Kelly, and the fatal wounding
of his brother, Walter. John Davis, a
farmer, and hia two sous, Will and
Henry, assaulted the Kelly brothors.
Hlaioorl Kx-Cnordertra at m oh.pl
MotiKHl.y, Ma. Sept 3 0. The first
tnnual encampment of the United
tx-Con federate veterans of tho atata
began here to-day. The business
quarter Is gaily decorated with tha
lattonal and the Cunfederato oolnra.
To-morrow will be the big day.
Woman aa trlnarjr Minima.
New Youk. Sent, '.".i Iw.r ti... u.
time lu the bUtory of tlu N,.w York
Totlegu of Veterlnury Surgeon vvoin
U have lieen admitted to the clittia,
will attend the lecture with tint Hum
ind go through exactly the same tui
tion during the entire yet-.
( (hull IU.IUt Uurkxr I iiMihI.
Macon, Ma, Sept Sit. Frank Jones
t talhoho of t'altao, and Mi I Unite
ireeti, a mUlonitry liaptist of Mm-oo
were married at the Mio-ou t'atholl
nuroh by Father uliill tin iii.oiiitiir
4a taillaa Jala a Ixlaatlan
,himonk, liul Ter , Sept Sl.-tiiv-
ertir Harris baa aunpvmte.1 Kd ltd-
It-rl. Judg-e of Paki'lt fount y, for a
li.'rt.9'rt of i,;.imi I'liu ludiati gov
rrim,vut rharge I 'A fr a marriage
lu-t'ii lMlwieu a noun l,r of the trtt
aud a clliivu of lite l uiUut Mate, and
the is uiity Judrfo iu- the li't'iie
aud i-Hvt tho tia.
A ItflaaMa HNJtuf Huaghi Uai,
tiaatrltKis Kaa, .pi, t-x J. J.
I mhi'H rfuMd I allow Ko diteh
oivr ta ai farot, tbnuh be bad
lrtouly ytvva tarsal prtuiito,
tttitea at ralel tha ava4ry
Kiar, aa.t the Iaa4 eotidatitued aal
tarhaK( the dir4 tlal w( way,
Aiaaaila ( iaati4.
litHis, MpV , dUpatatt
Ike tlu frvtw buaaoa Ayaia says
tkat durUf ta Utt weak ar aa Ik
ttspa saSr4 Mora frwat drvtata
aj Mtt Irata that frwtt lwutt
Droath Contlnaos Throughout the State
With Ineraaiad Havarltr.
Columbia, Ma, Sept 29. Climate
and Crop Bulletin of the United States
department of Agriculture for the
week ending September 7: The past
week averaged slightly warmer than
usual throughout the state, with no
rain except a few very light scattered
showers in the southern sections, and
droutfi continue with Increased se
verity, Frosts occurred in nearly all
sections but little or no damage re
sulted except in a few of tho northern
counties where late vegetables and
some late corn was killed.
In a few localities the vleld of corn
is reported tip to the average, but, as
a rule, It Is much below and in some
of the southwestern counties less than
half n crop will bo secured. Kxcept
in a lew of tho extreme northern
counties the entire crop Is out of dan
ger from frost
As previously reported, winter e.r
pies will be a lltrht crop In nearlv all
counties and In man? the oualitv will
ie very Inferior. Many corresnond.
ents report that but few good keep
ing apples will be gathered Pastures
are still fairly food in a few coun
ties but as a rule they are burnt up
ana stock water is scarce in nearly all
sections. Many farmers are obliged
to feed their stock and some are com
pelled to haul water long distances.
Late potatoes are a very llirht croo
and there is much complaint that they
KERENS AND GARY.
The l'tiiiatr liansral Aooloalsat to
tha Missouri National Comuilttaainan.
Wahiiwoton, Hept SO. National
Committeeman Kerens asked Postmas
tcs General Gary yesterday if it were
true that tho postmuster general bad
said to Morse of Excelsior Springs and
Miller of 1'rlnceton that be (Kerens)
hud been recommending persons for
postofllccs In Missouri whose personal
ohnrantcrs wore bad and airalnst
whom charges of embezzlement bad
been mad 11.
General Gary did not deny tha cor
rectness of tho statement, but excused
It on tho ground that he did not know
what be said was to be published.
Colonel Korons insisted that be pro
duce papers showing his indorsements
for places and point out the objection
able ones. Gonoral Gary did make an
examination, but failed to substantiate
He apologi.od finally, but Colonel
Kerens is still angry and will take tha
matter to the President immediately
upon his return.
NO FEMALE JURORS NOW.
fort Hoott Woman Willing to Serve, But
the I-aw Haiti Against Them.
Font Scott, Kan., Sept 20. Miss
M. E. Ross, Mr. A. W. Douglass, Mra
A. Kaufman aud Miss Cora Wheeler.
who were drawn on the district court
Jury and are the first women ever
called for such service in Kaosas, re
sponded to the summons to-day and
all but Miss Wheeler expressed a will
lngnei to serve.
The question of their eligibility was
raised by Judge Kiddle, who cited a
Washington supreme court opinion to
show that they were not competent,
and Judge Simons found that under
the constitution and supreme court
decisions a qualified elector must be a
male, lis was unwilling that the
women should serve in civil cases and
paid them a nice compliment for their
willingness to do aa He said men
who were drawn as jurors should
learn a lesson from them.
DO YOU WANT GOLD?
Everyone di-sirea to keep informed on
Yukon, the Klondyke and Aluekan itold
fields. Send lOo for large Compendium
of vast information and big color map
to Hamilton Pub. Co., Indluuapoliu, lud.
' In compllaoiw with theitatutM ol th ataU of
Nubranka, In luch com mad ami proTldml. no
tion la liiTtili.T alvn Hint amlait propoaali will ht
rwulTari at tha oltlna ol tha oiinuilliinr ol pub
lic lamia and liulldlnxa until 10 a, m Oot. 4, IHD7,
fur tarnlahlna anppllaa lor tha qonrtvr roiling
)nilmr HI, 1U7, fur til hn-pltala for tha Inaaua
at UiiidIh. HaatliiKa, anil Norfolk, tha atata In
dunlriiil arliool at koarnav, ths gtrl'a ludnatrial
ai liool at iliMiitva. Ilia Inatituta fur lible nilndw)
rooth at llttatrlra. and I lie aoldlar'a and aallor'a
honiM at Urand lalatid and Mlllord, the boina ol
tha trlvndiKaa at Lincoln, tha woinan'a Inilnatrlnl
hoina at Mlltnrd. and tha atate paiiltentlar at
l.lni'nlu. KatlmntM and hlaim proponala ran la
ITM-ai-d by applying to tha anprlniandinta of
tha il'tturi'iit tiiatlintluna: al Iti.utiu puunda of Ira
and ."..'.II lima of itcam coal, niorp or foe nw al
tlin atHtv bnuw. Atllililato ! made In dupll-
am. No hlila will ha ratwiwd unla lu tlia otttrc.
id ilia coiuiiitaliiiir of public land ami build
tinea on or bi-fora tha d and hour nHov man
tlonrd, Tha hoard raaarrxa th rlaht to ri'lwl
any or ah blila. A boud fur a aunt ualtotha
bid ahall am mupaiiy xai h bid,
J. V Wulfa, rMratary.
Mlli'olo, Nib Hept. 30, i7.
rROVJt)ENCE FUR COMPANY,
49 Westminister 8t Providno, R, I
V ama all kluda ol Daw I'nra, Salsa, (llnaua,
Saia,alii. tullpriwa mnniml, l aralul w
Uh Una. I'onrtaoua trtiu-ut, ImiuwHaia raiuii-
nii,, Shipplnx 'fa. ttiMa. furaiatiad lr
W ma lor lalvat prl.v eirulara.
$960 to Et. Louii $9 50
Via tha Miaaoori Paettla on Tuesdays
4tid Thuradava. Paat train htavwa l.in.
coin at y .'Ul p. ui arriving in Hi. Louie,
at t tii-iB tixpot nit morula, lurimr
Informal iou at eit.r ll Ut ottliw, 1 Jul 0
strw.1, k l. lornall, C. P. A T. A.
Our $2.92 . . .
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rat lata t,al aJaa4 II all
yuar aa-l a.idi.
ma4 ya ta'a al liliht
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hwiui aatata a aiU
atautma II aa-a It atnaaa
a aoaa II a4 f'
wiaf it a ka'aaia l isa
a-ra aat IS
tit:, aa4 II la ywara, ta
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I UaailMta . thlalll
Your boy will need clothes this winter Wc ivi them to
sell. We will undertake to sell you a suit of clothes that
will fit him well and wear him well for less moneyb? twen
ty to 40 per cent than any other clothing store in the land,
no matter where. Take up our new fall sample book and
turn to page 32. There you will see a sample of all wool
cassimere in two shades of wood color solid, stylish, serv
iceable goods. We will sell boys' suits from this piece of
goods, made up with first-class lining and first class trim
mings and made up in proper style for two dollars and a
half for boys 4 to 15 years of age. There isn't another
store in the land, can sell it to you for less than $3.50 to
$4.50 without losing money. We make a little on ours.
Take the sample around to any clothing dealer you know
and ask him how much he will sell you a suit like it for,
That's one way to find out. Another way is to take some
old suit you paid four or five dollars for and compare the
goods with our sample for quality. The sample is there for
that purpose. Look it up. 'Twill pay.
If yntt hnvsn't got our latest sample book you can easily net It by doing- thresy
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