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About The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1898)
Bryan to Kalae a Regiment.
Hon. W. J. Bryan boa been author-
lied by Governor llolconib to organize
the third rcaimont ol Nebraska rolun
teera in anticipation of another call for
troona from President McKiuley. M
llryoo will be colonel of the regiment
which will be formed under the uatioual
guard law and the companion will be hx
looted and commissions issued by the
governor. The oliloial announcement
is m folio we:
"lion. W.J. Hryan hasbeon author
iced to organize a third regiment of Ne
hritHka volunteers which will be organ-
ized tirovislonully under the national
a-uird law of the state and for the pur
nose of boiiiif mustered In the United
States volunteer service at any time
cull therefore mar be made by the presi
deut. It li desired that all portion of
the state be mirescntud In the regimen
tal onrauliatiou an far an possible, ref-
renoe btilnif bad to the location of the
companion composing the two regiments
already In the volunteer service.
"The location of the different corn
pan Ion will be annonnoed a rapidly a
duterra nod upon. The following I oca
rlons for comiiunlns have boon selected
Lancaster county, Douglas couuty, folk
county, Adama county, Harlan county
one company each."
STATIC INSUKANCK MATTKIW.
Omaliu. May 10. Clttasetw of the
lute generally may not fully under
stand the o-pixmltlon which repumi
state authorities are muklng gulnst
mutual Insurance among pcoplwuiUlk
mutual insurance among our own pen-
pie. Jiut our farmlny communities
throughout the state who urn trying
to build up farm mutual companies.
fully understand it. Also ilium who
wire trying to build up fralcriuiMes
and mutual life liisuraiico coin panf cm
well remember the chilly rconption
they recolvwl from state audi twin In
Mm pi wr
it ie different sineo the ruform forces
are in power in the stint house. Many
expressions of congratulation are
heard on finding this friend of in 11 1-
uiil insurance arc 1 u ti position to (rive
Nebraska Institution u fair chance.
They want nothing more. It In re
memhered llni.t in yura post on of
the chief acUvltlesof t ho stMa auditor
wn to bring Nebraska mutual com
panics into court and try to closetheiu
up, They seemed to think it wna
good business for tli ix-oplo of the
atuto to be paying over to foreign in
aurance companies a million dollars a
year more than they received In os
nm. They iHilntcd with pride to the
conijwuiles in the eiiMt and ii Europe
that brat our people out of their hard
earned cash. All thU la rapidly chang
ing. Auditor Moore reported $10,012,'
339.00 risks in force, by the farm mufc-
iii la of tli I a state In 1803. Jle liol In
stltutcd proceeding to clone up the
largest mutual in the state. Auditor
Cornell's lata report shows that now
the farm mutual luive 948,382.413.30
in force, or an Increase in the lust two
yenre of over $.'IO,000,0(H), and' none of
the companies tlircivthcried with ex.
'Poor 11 the crop were in this' slate
ih'lH04, foreign Are compnnliii wrote
:i1B40,2il8.0:i inaiinin'ee thftt year. Al
though conditions In' iW state lunve
gretitly ' miprov'ed 'slhee that droiihy
period, the foreign companies in 1807
wrote only $87,915,100.83 In risks
Thla ahowa a decrease pf nearly $0,
000,000 In the old Hue companies, and
also ahowa conclusively that the spirit
of fair play exhibited by Auditor (Jor
lielf hna been a great ftictor In build
ing up a system of Insurance within
the state to a auccea.
Id the linn of life Insiirnncn our Ne
braska comuiiilts trnnsiicted a very
aiimll business in sit years. Ne
bnutku mutual life coinpunim luul to
atrugle for existence, coiiHtantly tin
dur the dlnpleasuro of the trtate innur
mice depart meiit of the auditor'n of
fice. Underthe friendly adiiiiiiiMt.ni
tton of Auditor Cornell the Nt-bivwka
life iiiMiiraiu'e i)iiiNiiili'ii wrote over
$2,000,000 liiHiiiiince in 1S07. The pron
peet la that they will gmitly excei'd
thla In Hie preMent year. The frater
nities are alxo fading the very friend
ly apirlt iiiaiiifetited by the new nd
liiinint ration. ItepreMentatives of Ini
ternitlea who lire political opHuentN
or hia, have noken of the kind recep
tion they now receive til the utiditor'a
oftlee, it eoni pared with the chilly
greeting they lined to receive from re.
pilblieun uiiditoiH. Auditor Moore re"
porleil that frnterultlea wrote oulv
$24.74 1.1 ,M) In W During the year
1R07, Mr. Cornell's ttixt year the'fra
teniltles wrote $37.4i)lt.Mi if,. iitKiir
anee In this Mate, a gain of nearly
$1.1,000,000. KoHteru old line inur
anee, eoinHniles are feeling the ehaiiK'e
in t,h ndmiuUtrmiiin. Mr. t'ontell'
reHrt shows that during the enr
they wrote only l.nj.yjA.uj. 'hii
heir l(ie were H,iu.,;i:iu,:i allow
ing a decrease (,( iieuily twice ut umch
us they wrote that jelir. ThU m.ikea
It very plsln that IxiHlneu is drift iug
from ruHtrni ami r'.iiivxnn countries
1 our Nebmk swha l.tlioiis.
No mie in-.-d W nrriel when
spnt of fitreltrn eorjM, ration urr
talking down Hie ivm-iiI ikIihihUI i
lion. It U a nmtier of life ami oeath
with thriu. 'I'hojr imut detnv th
rvwiU t.fli.'IrtU. mi lUey e.in rUl s
repuldican Su.litor wlm wit try to ,ti.
nnirsKv our own s'Uti.m i u.
kkt III buiUluig up dilUiders,
Ths stsls In Men lice ileMrliueii 1
ntnxl bnuanilily sn.l with tlllty,
fe'turultif Ui Isw. lhrs U no on
Ihsl will Ami fsull rtcvpt tlis ictU
wlii niti ly kvlpiiif nM(rii euior.
1 km la uk mtlilon dollar Vnm u
hts atsl ry jr llmfurm 'rv,
rnt 'a s4 t
ktt kaiM t li Ms sit
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k.l lttf 4U4 SM U
siys isl Iiim4 sttr II ISA
4M u kii MIMili, suts
4utw ails t4 HH
?M sS4s4 ll issls tivsf SI ls
sS(i s4 tlas4 sou s s4ts i
. ffwss att4 lists M is
I S S Wardour
will be here to
iMy wife glan
ced up from the
alio was read
ing, in her com
behind the ail'
with a look of
mild aurpriao in
her blue eyea.
do u r I Why,
Charlie I I
he and and you"
"Were once betrothed lovers?'
"la that Daisy? Well, yea; it is
true; but ence Mlsa Wardour, I
mean saw lit to break it off. 1 am
aure I am under obligations to her,
for, had she not dona so, I should
never have had you, dear."
Daisy looked uncomfortable.
"Jiut, Charlie, lan't it a little un-
uaual, to aay the least, for a lady to
vlait at a gentleman's bonne, when
aha waa once hla intended wife? And
to come without an Invitation from
me, aeems odd at least,
Now I Charlie Dane six months a
benedict, a popular lawyer, and with
a pretty home and lovely wife, knew
that Daiay waa perfectly correct. Hut
some perverse spirit took poNsuasion
of me. Hiircly I waa master of my
own house. And Miss Wardour'a vlait
was merely a buKinuas airair. I waa
her lawyer, appointed to acttle up the
estate of her late father, and if I
choao to invite my client to make my
houao her home during her stay in
Philadelphia, why should Daisy make
"a mountuln out of a mole hill," and
object? ' v
I procctStud to explain the situation
to my wife. Mlsa Wardour had made
her home in the South with her moth-
cr'a sister. I had met her there, while
on a Southern trip, bcotuie infatuated
with her grace and bounty, propoaed,
and waa accepted. The course of our
true 'love ran very smoothly for a
time; then there was the ad"ent of a
rich and elderly suitor Mr. Ches-
wlcko who began at once to lay siege
to the affections of my betrothed
wife. To my surprise she did not re
pulse him and would not permit our
engagement to be made public. There
was nothing to do but submit.
The result wus that one day
Florence returned my ring and an
uounctid to me that she hud changed
her mind, and was going to marry Mr
CheswIckoJ'Of eourrtM I released her.
That was three veara ago, "and I had
since met my Daisy, and we had been
married half a year. Our home was
in Philadelphia, and we were living
happily, when old Mr. Wardour died
at hla home in the suburba. and
Florence was summoned to his death
bed. She had no one else in the world:
ler mother had died when she was a
child. I learned that she had not
married Mr. Cheswlcke and there
seemed little probability of it Itut
she had written and tiKked me to re
ceive her for a few days. How could
I reluse? 1'
At last, Daisy was brought over to
my way of thinking.ond ...iss Wardour
was received and made welcome. She
was a tall, handsome brunette, a. un
like my blue-eyed, minny-haired Daisy
as possible. As my gaze fell upon the
graceful figure in deep mourning, I
was pleuNod to dint-over that my heart
id not thrill, and I felt none of the
pleusunt sensations experienced when
one cured for another. I hunk heaven.
my love wus entirely dead, every trace
nd vestige of it.
My eyes wandered toward Daisy.
8he was welcoiuinir her lelf-iuvited
V-irit' f I M frT
X j nh' 4'' ' u, v V
I 1 I ' 4
" aiir Mil oi jii t hk?"
guast with truiy craee. and I said to
uiYM'lr, "My darling littl wtf: I
nr lotted tttalotltrr woman aa I hv
"Ah, Charlie!" cried our guest, put
tin both ,f.,l hatt W l Hin, an I
Uuinrf hrr irl..ri.,u dark ajaa rl
up.. uif !, Willi dmcp, iiiteut
' It tjutl I k uld ttmaa lo M
Jou - i4 )itta ! i liasa-ad
! til' '
It was to tliw Wl. U ,! Me.l'-v
14 Ul Ul rvN,iw l.t li dtfttd
an. fMi daja, l-xl I uwrvty mtl..l
sh. ulli. a,iu i.muwm .a- Hoik
lltvn Mia H ardour uMtet t
U i fvil at im ,
fH l. no. w. N,. m- i, w a u i
I . Uy ai) H. U r w
f losiw mt a...mt-l.4 ua
4MIVht 4 iltliv4 flo
Tk wM y i ast
liurv.l yf iU tit,i, air r
'" n t ittid, aat lawta
4 h Kr Ksi k in Vat aha
aM tu ma, witlt a dl.4 ,,!, i.i
a was m t o im naa lt
MMt aHa wU ! tai awlt ana.
What could I do then, but tell her to
remain as long as sho chose?
Time passed, and Florence and
wore constantly thrown too-ether.
Daisy pleaded household affairs and
absented herself continually. I wen
on, unconsciously treadmg in a dan
gerous path; my feet were upon the
edge of a swirling vortex; one swift
movement and 1 would be lost.
It was certainly very pleasant for
me to have the beautiful face of our
guest opposite me when I sat down to
read at night to read aloud; with
Daisy in a corner, quiet and unobtrus
ive, keeping out of the way, because
she was too proud to interfere. And
I blind fool never dreamed the
One night, Florence sat at the piano.
In the moonlight which flooded the
room. She had begged that the gas
should not be lighted; and there she
sat, her white Angers touching the
keys, while her sweet, low voice sanir,
softly, tenderly, meaningly, the words
of a sad old song A Life's llegret:
"Turnlnv the loavtn In an MM wav.
Of s book I wan Nkliniuln tlia utuar day,
I found a litis ut Mia unit of s aung.
Which knejM on haunting inn nil duy long
" u iu mwnai anil niouriuui nifliouy :
'Oh, lovs, my love, hud ynu loved but me I'
Hnddor a tiurdnn could n vr li
Than, 'Love, my love, hud you loved but mel'
"Few word and simple; hut, oh. how much
The alnuor had told In thut llttla tnhi
Mow hard a utorv of channel lout.
Or nrl ht hopm hiluhtnd. and true love crosaod,
in uuuru in 1 ni, wnmpnrea nuiiouy:
'Oh, love, my lovo, had you loved but mel'
To muny a sorrow the key niuy be:
Oh, lovo, my love, hud you loved but mel'
Her eyea met mine with
a look in
their depths' which made
leap. It waa not love thank Ood for
that! but gratified vanity, which
more than one man has mistaken for
My hand went down upon hers and
imprisoned the velvet fingers.
Florence!" I murmured, "why did
you jilt m? Why did you cast me off?"
Her head drooped.
"I will tell you frankly," she said
"I was mercenary, and you were not
rich. Mir. Cheawicke was a million
aire and and I madly threw aside
your love for his goldl Oh, Charlie!
Charlie darling, 1 have regretted it
ever since! My heart has wept tears
of blood over my mad mistake!"
Now, it happened or had a kind
Providence directed it? that I had
heard a different version of this story
that day had heard it from no less a
person than old Mr. Cheswlcke' him
self. She hud engaged herself to him,
bnt he distrusted the disinterestedness
of her motives, and had come to her
one day and told her that his fortune
was gone lost In a mad venture, and
he was a poor man. She had promptly
released him from the eniraifcment.-i
So, I knew just what value to set
upon the fair lady's "tale of woe."
Hut some devil prompted me, and I
stooped and kissed her upon the shin
ing, dark hair, which she wore in a
htitfe knot at the buck of her head.
"Poor child!" I said softly.
There was the rustle of skirts, a
flash of white drapery, and, with a
gasp, I realized that my wife, stand
ing unobserved beside the open win
dow, had overheard and witnessed the j
With a muttered imprecation over
my own madness, I dashed through
the open window and followed her.
"Daisy!" I called aloud, "wait, dear!
I wish to speak with you!"
Hut she never stopped, never turned
to left nor right, and I followed in
mad pursuit. On, on, slight and frail
as she was, I overtook her and caught
her in my arms.
"Now tell me, my wife, what were
you going to do?" 1 whispered.
She struggled to get free.
"I am going away," she cried, in
dignantly. "You lovo that bad
woman, Charlie! I will go and leave
you to your own devices."
"Von will do nothing of the sort,' I
returned, firmly. "Come buck to the
house with me, my darling. We will
cast out the evil spirit, and henceforth
only love and peace shall reign within
With Daisy on my arm, I re-entered
the house, and there I told Miss Wars
dour in a few wrll-chosen words, that
I hud fat homed her scheme to bring
discord and ruin into a happy home.
Shu liatened In sullen silence; then
she arose and coldly withdrew.
Tim next morning she entered my
waiting carriage and was rtriven to
the iifsriwt station. litj has ifone to
Canada to live, and iioIhmIv here
iiiUm- her. Itut. reineintM-rinir her
subtle fiiwiiiutinu - t lie fascination of
the iwrpent, I feel very irrtiteful that
id, I Mr. rlienw U'ke had upix-un-d in
wicked liet. tor rveu the strongest
,u"" ' n,t always proof aK-siiist a
wicked Woiiiau'a wilea.
llln ! still Mas Mow,.
That theru 1 atill pmrtt In anillng
i-ratt i ahowa by tlm fact thai the
Ifcivrr aavigstioii comimiiiv. a Saw
llampahtro corrti.,n owuing
rial three-iiMited t'lio.iniT. at Its
hiiuaI merlin,; rfccnlly held, de-
vtarvd dm i.Iumi-U anvraiUa r!eu per
Vi-HtoM fur of Its urjfel vvaarls.
I Uvt tlmutvii.U rcprrwnled a tear a
raruuia aa-l "i Ilia ariilua' 't una
of lt Ii.,iwr. which, after sl
io iilU nf aaiiiMa'. ' tn'W In lh mud
on the l..uiian lo,r H pvr v'aal
.lltl.l. lll M iMti l. Wl 11 kii' n
lUtthl-Hiil I "r KiiiliF. ow'y xtri
4r .ld, tt alid n, lu. ."i il
f -r t ii n r.
Mat a-4t4 Hmm.
I R"4 the f.tllow iuj- la th f
'I ! if J.-hm tilm ' lUaiUiu
t'i I H ,vv4 a o-IUrf wbvra a1
I -id w lli a w h i a. tKia
H,ttu 4 t,i taMl) Rf lmtNisj4k, a4,
Kirf w mi lo, aba waa okil
IH t t.i ivarif In tha tuUiw.
wl i n , i MVa that h a4
'i i a wHK a ul act aaotxaal.
ii..uh tt tu ka tfiM hi liar
M,v.hi Mi t4 Ka I.Tvsi ''VU
b- iU,' Ise tMialle! if lik a wa f ha
ai.Ja. au4lha lar(e 1,1U
EVERYTHING NECESSARY FOR GRADUATES
BE HAD AT THE "BIG STORE' 1 THE GOWN MAY
ASSORTMENT SUCH AS CANNOT BE FOUND ELSEWHERE IN NEBRASKA.
THE HAT MAY BE SELECTED FROM A LINE OF IMPORTED FRENCH
PATTERNS, OR FROM THE VERY FINEST NEW YORK CREATIONS, AND
THE PRICES ARE THE
NARY GOODSTHE SHOES, OXFORDS OR SLIPPERS, AMONG COLLECTIONS
WHICH FOR STYLE, FIT, WEAR AND BEAUTY ARE NOT EQUALED IN THE
STATE THEN WE HAVE THE GLOVES, CORSETS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
LACES, TRIMMINGS, HANDKERCHIEFS, FANS, ETC., all of which arc necessary to
complete the Graduating Costume, and which may be provided here at a price that represents
a big saving and means the
English porcelain dinnor sets decorated
Qblu e, beautiful shapes, large sizes
lully guaranteed, 100 pieces,
per aet ,
Plain white porcelain
sets of 100 pieces
Side lamp with glass bowl
No, 2 burner and chimney
silvered glass reflector,
movable bracket and
reflector, worth o5cQQn
ourprice , 0 U
o. 2 lamp chimneys each..
No. 1 chimneys, each.
All stoneware excepting jutfs and in
cluding crocks, churns jars eta.,
Storm in Nekraaka.
Franklin, Neb., May 17. Frankjin and
vicinity was visited this afternoon about
4 o'clock by a terrific r.iiu and hail
storm. Shortly afterward the funnel
form of a tornado was seen eight miles
southeast of town. It swept rapidly
northward, devastating the farms,
groves and cattle ranches that luy in its
path. Tho forust growth ulong the Re
publican river lies prostrate and tungled.
It lifted the water from tho river bed
where it crossed, forming u great vol
lime of sprue and water thut flooded
the valley behind it. The twIeKruph poles
andJwiroM along the it. and M. road are
broken off, splintered and twiatod for
nearly half a mile. .
The dwulling huu and baru of Elijah
Eaton were completely dfiuolishsd and
Kreat ilniniie was dune to yrcharda and
outbuildings. .ona ol the laiuiiy waa
injured. The lioune of Frank Whitney
wna partly wrecked. Smith Urothera'
ranch propertv waa diiuiSKI couaidera'
bljr. together with !a loa of atock. Kd
Sm.intou'a nouns anil barn wrra autin-ly
blown awar. The ltaiua aehool houae
la rr portal deatroyad.
ISIadea. Neb.. Mat 17,-About 5 .10
Ibis afternoon a funnel-aliaped clou I waa
ann la the Miuiaweai. apparenuy tan
lUporU are Ix gluuiua! to rume ia aad
it la tboutftil niui h daranga to property
k leva done, da the In rut ol A. ran-
ns i'e mile aorta ol Iowa, every llnua'
aaa b!oa a a ay mvpt bia uaeltian
kiHiw. lUrua aU'l uuthoaav wera d
molmlie.1. t', l rUwr'a kuuea st a rw
iilela wreck. Tt wiaduillt, wkkk waa
ar lh kouee aa Iduwa ltiroua
rMl. F. N. Totar a taraa aad out-
koa were eouipWteljr ihmoli40Kl.
AltH. Seb., Mat 17, A loraada
pne I wter Ikui ear t Sua of wttk di
aalroaa r Wvd mt aeeuia In
aaaaffr4 the sow! Joaa. Mast
k ouw eat dairvted aa4 a aamtwf tti
iraaa karl. Mia. lia'if teetia aii
tan chiilra Wfra MaW kt lislHag wall
aal aeu 4ly Iajnre4 Uola vt
Ik I ! rwt'ille waa iMjar4 U la!U
kuaaa Aa aieMi Iraia t loe ae
Mutt a-1 M tairtf Mil itttt
tUmm, a k a a aia4.
IlivetUia. !. Mat IT. AWI 1
a'tKwk tkia afwrwoioa a-aaiwa '
laya 4 lust WtiW weal i4 laa J a 1 ka
Larra kaaa aa4 ' 4 1. l. I'alua
etw llleewlW lata l p-ex aa
a!l Ike dttiliaa lit W kitaet, ka I a
ante aowk, a4 J, i Ma't'a, kail a
SAME OR LESS THAN YOU HAVE PAID FOR ORDI
very essence of economy,
Triple sewed clean corn brooms 2
iJkiuds to select from each
Genuine Lily Fibreware
pails, full size, each
10 qt galrenfzed water palls each 1 00
Fancy cookie cutters, each 1 C
20 qt heavy tin. cream or
cans, with cover and buu
2-quart Heavy Hnrinklinir Cans
m 1 t a
2-qt Zero Ice Ceara Freezer 1 1 1 7
This Freezer is equal to any other made
excepting the Peerless.
Buggy Whips upward from.,
Steel Enameled Wash Pans
No. 80 lCc, No. 28
Enameled Steel Drinking Cups..
Heavy Tin Dish Fans,
I'i quart 12c, 10 quart
No. 8, 7 quart Tea Kettles,
Jwavy tin ,
Nickle Plated Tea Kettloa.
Our famous Soda Fountain
is now open for the season.
mile north. The former was insured in
the Union Fire of Lincoln, but the others
were not insured. The storm truvelled
northeast. No one was injured.
St. Joseph, May 17. A tornado
paused over this city enrly this evening,
blowing down trees, unrooting houses
and bronking in glims windows. Sev
eral persons were slightly, injured, but no
fatalities ar reported. ,,,
see accounts of cyclones svery
mid yet there are thousauds of
tanners without a dollars iueurauue lu
The reaeou uaunlly giveti i that wu
never luive any eyclouea here, which ia
true until the Orel one Oolite; but UO
community la abmilutelt certain that
they will not have a diiiuunwg wlol
atorni within this tiionth.
I.nat uiouih many farmer iu the
uorthenai pari id Ilia atate, who never
had acvclone, bave ruiue mm in mourn
over. Not on lu fifty had suv luur-
II Ike reader kaa so iuauranc, and
will write aa, we will aurpriee buu.
What la true ol ry clones la eipially
Ira nl bail.
iWdir tow write any hail insurance
aa would like to eea4 you aoaia printed
matter ta Ihia euhieil
I here ara bal Ibrew ball coinpaato ia
Ike alaie. e t eavaity atiaviacw joa
wkk-k use la Ike tee use hr tbe meiu
beie. Aaothet ballHi foual and s to
tua J. M trka awa a-nr the
4ut-t lot the IVIvbraled VI tra Dim
4 a4 4 botw t allnalora, a Iviil lie ot
wa ktu a4 ri lo4 mint i-ra, he 11
lealttl KUei tivwf aa4 I he Uilhuta
I iit. tit S4s wa I a lull baa tit
Ikottble Mieia eas-ina ! Iwal la I ha
taartel as l la a4 l,tia ! IkaaUitebe
baa a la't baa t4 rti"a, bsaaa aw4
tM4 ae!Mia a tita kibaw
M ear Maia ia a b data, t alt a4
eabaalob b-I'te ;oa by ba
tfotfctaaal ra ara iakl. W bj
butaeuN aa4 luaaiatatt lha
iiexw 31 aotlb U alreet, UatiUa,
VV baa bdlMea at ewaluaewl a t wavwtel
tas lj talbatl twra gaaraatewO, lW,
May 19, 1 898..
FROM HAT TO SHOES MAY
BE SELECTED FROM AN
FlourGood Hour, a limited tf 1 fC
quantity, per sack $ 1 u w
Guaranteed Four flj f A A
per sack... lls4U
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No. 1 Hound Shore Herring, OC
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Jelly, a Q
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AS T O WAR TAXES.
Senator Jonea of Arkania Waota Tbam
Levied Upon I'rnpartj.
Wasiiinotom, May 1. Considerable
progress was made by the Senate yes
terday in considering the wnr rev
enues Mr. Jones of Arkansas pre
sented In a general stntoment the
views of the Democratic members
of the finance committee. lie main
tained that the taxed imposed by the
pending bill ought to be levied
upon property, und not upon con
nuinptlonj that tho policy of the
Republican party alwaya had
been to liupone tuxea upon aonaump
tlon, while that of the Dcuiooratlo
party was to imp,. he It upon prorty.
lie believed that taxattou that would
raise! 150, ooo. is mi would be amply an in
dent to b carried In? tin. i.iii n.i
that If tha esivnvlea of the war
should dcnuimtrate that mora money
were needed, tinire should protlda
it later. Ha oppuaed the proi,raitioii
to Utue bouda and certttlcatea of lu
debtedneas far In ewotiaa of tha re
iiulreuieuta of tha war. and held that
tha espena ihould U paid be lh
fotaramtnl aa tha war progretaea
Kla atebeate II oi4
J.oaiis. May 1 A dt..ub to lha
Uada Maudard front Ma4rl4 aatj
"Iba que a raaaal baa auapeaded all
reeepltoua aa4 fetlltlllea arraa(4 fof
la Ma4rl4 aa4 the prvtlaeaa va Ua
iweaaiua l lha in birUJay if bar
.hi. I-J.t (Taaadatl la view f tba
war a4 lha aitaatloa la byalw, nba,
bwetat, Jiainbale4 J.u.ig
aa.inrf iba Uat vbanllea aa.t bua
pilaU .Samaria LLtfsa vl ayut.
(atby we,. MeeU.4 (ruW4 -Ml-,
eatt. Iba as.Mil eaa.piesa Ulaa
fruaa U I. fti,
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M.wa u..a iaTTeaiaa,
a IHtL laL. VIa. o .. . ,
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t aat .i.b ,UiH tla4 uat tha
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