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Jan. 12, 1899.
Let PopollKm Coma to tit rrout aud Rl.
ltt the Other lama to th Itaar.
Editor of the Independent!
There In n. gehool of brethren who
liiuke wur on competition us though it
were tin evil There can be no greater . 1 0,1 Km' ,MMijr-)nnKMiBm, eorpora
.. ., . . 1 1 ; Monism, labor exchnngeisnt and o-
error than this. In examining lino K)lne of ihmfiBm ure in to-
this matter let uh go uxm facte. It ml conflict with populism and nre bad.
lit a fatal mistake to build upon ft fie- As to some of them I do not know to
tioii. Here ure some fact. Sir Area- wh),t, ,"x1,,t ,he.V conflict, if at all, or
,. , , ,, , , 1 it. . xi 1 to what extent, if ut all, they are put
ll.ul.1 Alison, in hi I.Utory of Mod- for)h ,, ,1)Hm ltH f ullJnm ',
crit Ku rope, ways: 'remedied for reform and proMitrity.
"The suspension of specie laymen's To what extent any of them may Oa
by the Hank of Kngland in J7U7 led to J'),""1''1 or 'lil', "I10" ilwy ure l,unn"
the use of an enormous ..mount of pa- '",' ,,., ,,1Ht tll(i ndli;rentg of ill
per money. The next eighteen yea-s Mtese innrn are desiring the highest
of the war, from 1707 to IHli, were ait
all the world knows, the moHt glori-
ohm, and, taken as a whole, the most
prosperous, which (ireat liritaln hud
ever known. Ushered In by a combi
nation of circumstance! the most cal
umnious, both with reference to Inter
nal security ami Internal industry, it
terminated In u bla,e of glory an I
Hoods of prosperity which ban nrv-r
since Hie beginning of the world des
cended upon any nation, Prosperity
universal und unheard of pervaded
every part of tho empire,
an unheard of extent had been cre
ated among the farmers," The above
limitation here In copied from Money
What gave that prosperity' Juut
pntj thing only, I have read much
11 mm 1 11, nuti jirver reim or nruru ui.
that great prosperlly as being nUrio-
tited to any other i-imso than tho
limit pUiitiHinl of money circulation,
We had u- llllle touch of similar expe
rience In the war of Insurrection: and
for a stliort tlmm after, fljiiUhiough it wax
so short as not to be such strung proof
as that eighteen years of JCnglbtli ex
perience, jet In ail my jR-i'sona! ex-
pcrlem-u i know that debls were never
so easily paid or labor so universally
eiuj'n'jru iiiv 11111 iiHrw urn wm-ii iiiwm-
ey circulation was the im-atest. And
from all my rending 1 think that is
the universal expi'iliice or niankliid.
Of course the money must lx; -ooil.
The reason why there Is so seldom
a plenty of money circulation In any
country is because the money und mo
nopoly klnjf arc nlway Interested in
havlnjf it carcc, except lu times of Im
minent public danger, and they rule
in Ihls matter, Keeping It scarce ill
the time except- when great public
peril requires it to be plenty, and a
soon as the danger Is over they pUu
to enforce the scarcity again. Thus
in the ubove Kngllsh ease, the eril
was pant when Napoleon was batcn ut
Waterloo In 1NIS, and at once a return
to money scarcity was determined -ip-011,
which when done by a return to
cola redemption was with terrible ef
The reason why an abundance of
money circulation brings great pros
perity Is Iwcutisc It fills up the occu
pations; that Is, it iucrcaNcs the num
ber of enterprises that are set on foot
to do all kinds of . business' that ie
quire the use of money, When money
is imcarce the numla-r and ability of
these enterprises must, be limited ty
the limit of the money that is avail
able for that purKse. The fewer there
are of them the greater the monopo
ly those few have over their several
business umlteix including the em
ployment of lalsir.
As money circulation increases the
'number of these business concerns in
crease and they come more and more
Into competition with each other for
the hire of lalxr and for bringing each jmu(j 6 '
other to reasonable terms in all burl-. . . ,
ness matters. If the money circula-1 , A second proclamation by Agulnal
tion increases, as it should, it will not do, Waring the same date as the one
stop 11 null Mie uit nvaihilite lulwrer
will be wanted and eomxMed for at
il fair price. Kvery laborer will Is- in-
dependent anil work at sueh (rude tions, first appeared on the streets to
aud for Hitch. em:plkyeir n shall suit day, but it Is alleged to have beon re
him best. I called. Its terms are much more ve-
A nooii 11- all iiviiilnlilf liilsu-ers tei hement than those used in the flrsU
emiiloyed at reasonable wages, th- y 1 proclamation. Aguinaldo threatens to
ami their families will Ix-come vastly drive the Americans from tho islands,
greater consumer of labor products PBiu the Deity to witness that their
mini niri mi me. Kiti"K ' uriiwii i
Is-tler fiMid, Uni'liing anil housing
than tkey now hate, and contributing
to sustain tin market for labor pro
ducts aud make all labor employment
successful and stable. With due iv
M ml lit ngaiiist Injurious Imlgratl 1.1,
the lalsir employment should not he
j Jimited to any lined amount of mmi.y
I I'lreulatlon, but the money eiieiiliiti-.n
'should extend to meet all lalsir iieces
slties, l's)ii every Inirotliiciloii of lalsir
saving machinery, this should not iv
allowed to diminish lalstr emido.v-
tnents, but the money circulation
fli,iiiM Ih liureuseil to suit the new
' eondllUiiia, so that all lalsir aaviug m i
ddnery will lienrtlt eejlly sod In
jure HO Imdy. ThU U la-rfeelly feas
ible, txcaiioe the Uliuiunt of Isne'l
rial pa.sing httsir to be il.me In I Ms
country U ITHftieullv uiiliiuiled, W1
greatly need the building of a niercit
ant marine for uur world's t-omiiierve,
We waul long imimU ami g'l re
rrotr t arn'ot nl ioiw for hrif
lion the hltftt rUer waters rtoMingrait
from the ro s) iiMiiiatains, and thus
to ptrenl the ,lrlrueli toeitlows
of th ltwrr MiiMiippJ. "Ilier will
be tot Ui-klng tor liuiri.iul and
lug iuipMHriiiiliU, tr 1 I ami sniaii, 'o
la made, IwitrHi Ul I t r'rl Uol ,
when lli" ilHiur) i in nl.ili.iu uliail !
Ih giviit I'i'rfti-U iiro-jsfrtt f
rtgMn-i jr h'rrltil forv dtM !,
mii inunl In a ytel ione em
iilini 4 lM,M t'tattl.i li'fua u
and oiue il uoiol h- l-v-rt tt
Iri.il.d with Iffeitt e.iui in.ot
Ihruiigb II, s a tfirat iihmw tirt ult
tUm alwat I. Mi tl itH-iK'fl,
trtli t!, nl-t for iileg a atvtl
iMwrn lit ltta 1 otintrt aia Tve-I
vaitivli ! iHoit IiIiom, Hu.tnli
alit s a I hoi. l,' ai
tin, tit lb Mtlhat ! wl l t
n.Hiitl 1 , im ln.maMl ii ,i
.l4tro Ht, Hri alt Ihr Urtfcrow
hn aiv Kfliliuf SaiiMt eHitiM
lr Hair taafd ta IsraiiiM
as eat Uttaltl taol at itl
aftasit, It ! mhmi Matt
alibi tarws, INmi'I 4ratar, lbtil mm
arfiaiaty Ni aal. a r u hmi(ihj a it a
tjia na4tHtt rwt4,
are flyhtinff against the populist party
and iigainut the only possible method!
for true reform, freedom or prosper
it', whetHiw the 'brethreni who are do
ing this so intend it or not,
liesidea this no conipetitkmism
there in existence the following named
iMiim, to-wit: No inetaltliisni, no mom
eyiiMii, no legnMentwriiMii, no eorpnra-
possible pulilie good. And I have this
"'"st. resect fully to say to one and all
of them, that I really think that If
I hey will thoughtfully study the little
Ixiok Money Chart through anl
through, they, or generally as many
as do this, will conclude that true pop
ulism Is the one great only Instrument
ality by which can be worked out u
thorough financial, industrial and
clal rcgenernt Ion In the interest of ill
our people; and 1 think that noon they
, ,. , ,.,....., , n.i- ,...., ,,"'
will la' finally Joined in trie onward
iu'i min m ir,
I aiu absolutely sure Unit by the full
adopt Ion and enforcement of iHipiillut
measures, all the people of Ihls coun
try cuii hiavc m a, ihllgh dn-giiee of pros.
perlt.v as is herein beforo stnleirth.it
the English H'ople had, and that our
J ' , , , only Suitfor u f.
. iM1, '.,,. ,,,,.,. kn
long as they continue the enforcement
of yaid measures.
I am also confident that if the popi
llst party will now or noon unite In
the general Inauguration of the edu
cational methods projHmcd by my last
, w) ,H!,,l(ltll),u,' Ull(1 vnHy to
(1) H w,fll 1)pl1) ,,
letter to the IndeiM'ndent, with such
up an I'll the national election of J (too,
the pai'tywill curry that election over
whelmingly, and the coming In of a
higher clviliiatlon and of man's bet
ter temporal existence will be at the
coining of the new century. '
There Is no statesmanship in the In
terest of the people that will overshac,
ow or attempt to overshndow the pop
ulist issues with tiny discussion ulto.it
tho relative technical status of the
newly associated islands, nor about
anything else, far front It. There is
nothing else of one-tenth o much in
terest either to ourselves or the Isl
anders as the tsipulist issues.
llncoln, Neb., Jan. 7, 1809.
CRISIS IS NEAR AT IL0IL0,
riilllpplna Hltuatlon Kpldljr Approach
Intf t'llmwx. ,
Manila, Jan. 11. The situation i
rapidly approaching a climax, and it
is just possibly that to-morrow will
see a peaceable solution.
Meanwhlia all aorU of alarmist ru
mor are In circulation. The United
Htatev authorities are taking every
precaution; the troops in quarters are
under arma and tho Californlans have
disembarked from the transports.
The natives, it is reported, have
been ordered not to work for the
Americans, and the employes in the
commissary department have gone on
strike. Natives are leaving the city.
Major General Otis, however, has
ih, wi.fli ku11..,t i.ki i
, iimiicu.uio.y iuuuwou ine pro-
' clainatlon of Major General Otis, based
upon rresUient Melvinleya instruc
i,1,u..l I.- tl.t. II li
is shed, und details ut great length the
promises he claims were made by the
Americans us to the part of the insur
gents In the campaign.
1 It Is believed that the second pro
clamation is the original draft which
was not adopted by the Filipino con
gress at Malolo.
MANY CONVICTS SET FREE.
la, I OAMat Act of I Haa U (raat
a Hlf llalrk ut I'aMun.
Toim, Kan., Jan. II. -The lust of
lleUl act of (iovrruor ledy was to
rant fuurtettu pardons aud coituouta
The sentence of J antra IS, Coleau,
sent ut from llourt-oit eouuty la I S'JJi
for w reeking tb! Mala I tank of Kurt
S,-ott, was commute! to four years.
Ills original wit true was for five
years. lie will now Ihi rli,ad June
KrSr Mt Met tf lara.
Mi stiHisa, I T . J It I'hllip
sud tbHtrga htetaart, t'fotlier, who
had ho seen or beard front (titter
foe HMtte Ihsa twtttt il'
tUaty biV al ssilH MoVivr, IT.
Thry wr la a lo trlataf gotdt
and iw ii'kurtitiMS, b
1 last Uaraed I K tney wr brothara.
I'hllla lias tjM la la lisa larrilorf
Mfl yr tirl mum ir a
short ta so fr..,u t.la, .L
Wtla lls htm Htawtl
Terias. K, Ja. DtUrws
ktrraa. ag4 M years, fvnagnst trvt ts
ar tf t ati) auu lraal aura,
tMintMUlaot sa vida lr Muta at
Vraiaa w IjIwglaWdftt the
mmm sl mi str, Mr J, t , If all',
tl t Notta Waiav v strwt. at II N vM
tUfdy MMai It so. i ptant
taiU aa4 tk4 U .t4 t M
W4 Mtatat lta tlH gria,
PROCEEDINGS OF HOUSE
unity Routine of I-egLlstlve DoIum
Chronlclotl for the Perusal of Our llunjr
K a iters A Sut'elnet Nummary of All
M'tMlntMKlny, January 4.
The senate was called to order this
morning at ten o'clock by Lieutenant
tiovernor Harris. Chaplain Cressmao
delivered the Invocation. Cnrrio of
Custer was absent on account of sick
Noyes of Douglus reported for, the
committee, on senate employes as fol
lows: l'ages: Manley lloughten.
Chadron; Charles Hurchnm, Willis
(Stout and Walter Rogers, Lincoln.
Messengers, Arnold Kucuiilnirs. Osaire.
Night watchman, Cliester l'Vanklin,
The report was adopted.
Arends of Otoe introduced a resolu
tlon providing that no newspapers
would be allowed for constituents ut
the cost of the state; that ten g-ccnt
stamps be allowed per diem for olllelul
business, and that the secretary of tho
senate be time keeper also, and that
each employe Is to be paid only for
nine actually employed.
The resolution was adopted.
Talbot, of Lancaster. (Steele of Jef
fersou. and Citnadv of Kearney acted
as a committee to confer with a house
lOmmitteu on joint session to eanviyts
1 in returns 01 election. .
After tho joint session, the senate
adjourned till 10 o'clock Thursday
'riiiirmlaj', January A
Hen a tor Talbot, president pro tern,
culled the senate to order this morning-After
routine business was trans
acted, introduction of bills followed.
' The senators were not prepared, and
' only three were introduced:
8, P. No. I, by l'rnut of (iuvo -To nuirnil tho
, Australian liullot luw so hn to piTVrnt t tin
I plodiiK n a euiiUldttte's mono on ton liullot,
I more ilisn om e.
S. V. No. it, by Currie of Caster -To provide tor
rrnn niinnounen si plume mun si'lioois.
8. V. No, a, by ilulo of MhiIImiii- To cntiililli.il s
I hum normal school ul wityno,
' After the joint session, a committee
was appointed to escort Lieutenant
(iovernor (iilbert to the chuir, In a
few well chosen words he assumed the
presiding officer's chuir.
The following committee on rules
was appointed on motion of liurton of
toll 11 on: (Senators lalliot of Lancus
ter, Noyes of Douglas, Crow of Dong
Iss, (Steele of Jefferson and llolbrook
1 The senate adjourned at 6:10 until
' Monday u ') p. m,
Mnmlay, fiaimary 9.
Lieutenant (iovernor (iilbert called
tho senate to order at 'i o'chsik this
(Senator O'Neill of Holt county moved
that the senate, us a representative
body of the state of Nebraska ask our
representatives in congress to oppose
the Anglo-American alliance now be
ing agitated, und also, territorial ex
pansion by invasion and conquest.
Jloeke of Lancaster moved that the
motion be tabled. Talbot of Lancaster
supported the motion. O'Neill moved
the previous question la order to shut
off debate, not knowing that a motion
to table would do the same thing. The
motion to table carried. .
Senator llolbrook of Iodge, (Steele
of Jefferson ami Farrell of Merrick
were appointed as a commit tee to con
fer with a like committee of the house
and prepare rules to govern joint ses
sions. ! Lieutenant Governor (iilbert an
nounced the appointment of his son,
Edward (ii)hcrt, as his page.
nenutur anuday of Kearney IntrO'
duced a joint resolution asking Ne
braska's representatives in congress to
use all honorable mcuns to secure the
passage of United Stales Senator Cul
lom's bill giving interstate commerce
full authority to grant relief us con
templated in the original bill.
The following bills were introduced:
S. V. h, by J. S. Cansitny-An set to eitsiillstt a
slitUi nornml M'hiHil at Mlndmi snl lo pro-
vldr for rwclvlnif a iloimi loo of forty si re of
Imul owned hr J. S. Cunuilsv.
S. K. 8, by Tit 11 11 it - To nulm-n liuerrat oa stsie
wsmoils from ft iwr ei-nl to 4 x-r itiiI: sUo
pruvlUiHK that IwimU U-ninl by roiiiitins.
elllca. rte draw not to riit-ixt ft er enil til
sil of T fr eint as at prprnt
Lieutenun t ( iovernor till brrt brough t
up the mutter of reading bills In full
on three different days, us provided l v
the constitution. W Idle lie tint not be
lieve the lime of the sen ate should he
occupied solely in listening to bills,
he suggested that the secretary should
opre up each lilt I and give each a nom
inal rending, at least.
firnutor I albot told what the prac
tice had been ami suggested that If
the record showed each bill hail Iweii
read a r"nltvd it would t difticult
to fo behind the reined.
Other senators 'esttresscil ttiem
elves on the itncstiun, but the Miist0
adjourned without settling it.
V 4a4y, Jaaaary 4.
Th htua was ralle-l to order al
Jo .mi tltl inorntiig.t hadaln eabraWi
pening the seasUm with prayer.
A emu ut it lee from the a-it a to row-mnuU-ated
a reiiM l fr a J"lat -sioii
Ut I'iUHu the rrlarns of th
leclbia, and l.anw of Laueanler. Tsa
aarnf I'tatta a ad l.sn of Adams
wvra S'slntst a txuniittiev lo sr
rattg Willi the artiste roiuiuiltr for
A MMitioa t allow th ieakr a
pruale savrvlarv and m a'toweL
Mrr 1 titntkwit, 1 1 alter and troaa
aor w ai-H.ii,ip. a enmiwttu to
autify the gorwr that was
ha hotiMi aad ' roitmtttiaes r
Pt I It a Mt., Jaaaarr I. as tiss for
tat r.oM ti tssist
'IhrtMigtt tha eHMlle tu awtifv
the rovrwof of th iM(altUii (
trtsh.it, that ht ti lutortwvd
that th ! a r wl, t 4-l ta
itiir hi , hat WMuld o'fvr
t tlrt Jwl hhw th h orttf
era (aaitg arW-t
thi aautioa vf stlr4 mf t'a- a
ailht at su was iai4 mm
Ftta f llsll atrtiai-4 rvawtiH
ttm iirwvMia (Kr tha aMniatsat wf
rvwHiitl ims 4a, lae afiiffia
tuas, rta sM that thr sul4
W aawra 4td t eta latun) this
ssimi thaa Wff aat thwt
sion, and he wanted the responsibility
placed where it belonged, on the pres
Orosvenor of Hamilton culled for the
yeas and nays, claiming there was no
need for the committee; that there
would be but very few deficiencies
presented, and that the responsibility
woiuu oe norne ov those responsible.
The resolution wus declared out of
Thumilay, January fl.
In the house this morning the read
ing of tlie journal was dispensed with.
A motion to appoint a committee of
tnree 10 investigate dellcieucy claims
w as tabled.
W, F. Porter, secretary of state,
usked that (I. I. l'orter be appointed
us custodian of supplies for tlie house.
Tlie appointment wus confirmed by
Adiutant-lJeneral Itarry sent an in
vitation to tlie lnuugurul reception
which was accepted.
W'lllium V. Allen sent a telegram of
congratulation to the house on Its or
ganization. Wheeler of Furnas moved that a
committee of nine members on rail
roads bo uppolnted. Declared out of
On motion of I lever y of Douglas the
speaker was allowed to appoint sulll
clcnt employes to trunsuct business
pending the report of the committee
When tlie house convened in the af
ternoon Immediately after-roll cull,
J uuseti of Jefferson moved that when
the house adjourned it be till Monday
afternoon at ' o'clock, This motion
The speaker announced the follow
ing standing committee on rules; Mr.
.Speaker, Pollard of Cuss, I'rlnco of
Hall, Thompson of Merrick, Dctweller
of Douglas, Wheeler of Furnas and
Weaver of Richardson.
A motion was t hen passed, made by
l'ollard.tliat each member of the house
bo furnished flvo two-cent and five
one-cent stainii each day.
Adjourned for joint session.
Monday, January u.
The hcuse convened ut 2:13 this af
ternoon. Tho committee on rules reported
through l'ollurd of Cuss. The rules of
the last session were presented with
several changes providing that the
committee on rules may report at any
time which report it shall take a two
thirds vote to rescind. Another change
permitted a majority of members on
tho floor to raise u call of t he house.
A third change added a committee on
deficiencies to the list of standing com
mittees. Two members were made
sufficient to demand roll call und five
members sufllclent to demand a call of
the house. A majority of members
elect wus made necessary to change
Mr. l'ollurd moved tha adoption of
the report. Wheeler of Furnas pre
sented a minority report. The differ
ences were that the minority claimed
two members should be able to de
mand a cull of the house; that a ma
jority elected Instead of those present
should raise a call of the house; that
the deficiency committee should lie
eliminated and that tlie special privi
leges to the committee on rules should
not be granted, Another point that
created a difference of opinion was
that of a siftlnir commit tee, und after
debate consideration of that part of
the rules was postponed until Tuesday
afternoon. Tlie other portion of the
report was adopted.
Jlouck of Douirlus onereii a resolu
tion commending President McKlnley
on the conduct of the war. Orosvenor
moved to refer to the committee on
deficiencies, saying it wos not yet
known bow much the deficiency on
account of the war would , be. Prince
of Hall said a word about deficien
cies to which Orosvenor replied.
(irosvenor's motion was lost and the
resolution was adopted.
Introduction of hills followed and
Armstrong of Nemahu was recognized
and presented the first hill. When the
rush wus over (13 bad been inf.rodueed
and read first time. The most im
portant ones are:
U.K. I, by ArniHtrong-To dispense with of-
llt'eof oil inHH'tor.
U.K. 7. by hvnint -Joint rewilinion providing
for KiimnlHitloii to inn peopif oi a propusiiioii
to hold a rnuvriitlon to nivlse the constitu
tion. II. K. S, tv Kvaim- To appropriate tau.ww for
new bnlliUnii lor 11-stliiKN ylmu.
II K. It. by Kvanx- 'I'o appropriate 5,(li for
boiler lioiiiw snu Imiler at HhhUiiks asylum.
II. K. IV by KvHnt- To proviiln fur s tsx upon
II. U i, by (Irnnvfniir-To proviiln u penalty
for llif lasuliis of free truOMioi UUoit lo pub
II. K. IS, by r'reU-Tn mine ral of ramtrniier
tranHpttrtstlou to not iura tnaa l i-eui pr
H. It. ti, hy Hrn of Luit.-nsirr- To reiluee
rale of lnti-riiit an sista aarranls to 4 s-r ifiil
II. U VW, by r'Uher Tola liiP'Htf mr eoin-
fHinU-s J', prr t'riit of ffrin 1-nrtilnu't.
11 . ai. by Horn of jnie-trr - Tu abolish
board of trsnMirtatrtni.
II. K. ', by HsrkauM - To rts'imrne nnnanl
II, K. 17. bv SmlitiU-rwi-r Ta ritabluh a mr-
Uial x htxil t W 'avium
II. It. M. by lirostritttr- To pruvlUo fur frr SI-
ti UitkiUD St U k tl k. hsi.
It K fit, by .I'lier To prrnrsl Santa of yaa-
iU'IsIm sp-rlii on ballot than itu-.
II K ivl l. - Uei To pn.il.la for um ut ut
lit mm ttlitr.
II tt ti ly CunsiMsbaut I'rotttm fur as
Nik til Is more stringent than the
one Uttrtalucvd by Mr. iirttvenor, and
liiakrs It a inlwleuifsiior to Wmio ftvM
W iiIm4, Ja4'l 4.
l.Uulenaut tioyernor llatri ral.d
th joint Si-aiioa tu ortli r and rakri
t'tata rl Nrlary irtea eoi
HiuaieatUm Iratt-ituittiiiif the aralot
rrlura aad th tahitlated ahatraxt vf
th lot, 1tiylrS trad th ahatravt
uf ii east f slat uitu-vra.
Isliff l'f !ait Hlr4 that th
further la.iirf it tu'4 with aud
t h alwtrai t rv.td hy V'lats. I h
A U i Iiii.ii-, h'l awUtaat rirth,
then iutr'tv4 Mnr th total a
1 hi 4ot. tasr t taih. Iw a !
aai with th stalato frwtki. 4
rtarv4 th rvult 1 ta raaas 4
la Hi iuuf th a,safut aJl
dat a. and VUr4 th usi Wt4
I mmiIoim that tii lh hiat im
atHui atHiia tt st . 1 aaa
4tv at I wVha is y. st hi ha tN fot
tMfa wa aa4 laaafiaiat th
tt wftt-r t-t tarn-! a4 tha
hit fath'i dhwra.l. a4 th
hs I was sltf4 il the estia tat'
t't la fwt tha etiiMtiimlath at tha
1 h . , laawaif a.
The laaag aiatti vf tMsrat WI
A FRIGHTENED TEAM OF HORSES
Dashes into a Preceding Conveyance in the Road
and a Young Lady is Seriously Injured.
from tht Atlvoeatt, Orrtllltie, 0.
Probably there is not a sIiikIo uielileiit re
imiiiiiii mure vivid In tint laimUot' thfl pen
tile in Ihls locnlily, Hutu Hie aeelileiit wliiell
befell Um I'll II M ie 'i'lioillllll. S yiillliK I ill I y
lieiirly Iwniily yenrs old, residing llbmil ihree
miles west of this eily, while nut ritllnif on
ility in May, lHIH. in ooiiversalioii with tt
friend recently, Miss 'i'lioiiuin tolii tlieslury
roiieeriiing this lioiribhi ulliiir and the resulis
rllieasid: "I win working In a l reunion k
biK rHtiililisliiaeiit la (islion, Ohio, sail one
(lay wbllti out riilinu with my f'rleaiU, we
were overtaken hy a lesin of runswiiy homes,
sad lli enrrlnite In whleli I was rliliiiK wn
hiully wrecked und I wus Ihrowu tint, rscelv
hunt hurd full. .
"1 wns Inkeu to my liomn, and a pliynlcliili
wus eitlled jt ml upon exmnhiiitioii tolij me
Hint my rlirlit kblney liml been ull'eetcil, lie
ciive me iiieilielnen wblrli relieved nie wiiiie,
hut which never helped me hk they nlinulil,
" I tins wruk and whenever 1 Hllempteil
to do llfdit work shout tlx) Inline, I would
hei'oiiin proMtniled. I was very ill.y liml
freiiiieiitly pniim would duct lliroiili my
Imek in an hnleseribnbln miinner, In fuel,
my t linle eoimliliilion wus slleeted. I liml
a very ssllntv coiaplexleii with seemingly no
color In my fiiee ut sll,
"J remiiiiii'd In Hist eondit Inn for over two
rnm und ipiIIiIiik seemed lo relieve me. I
Inippeiieil lo rend In a piilirr how some ieo.
Iillt hud hern enred by tlie use of r. Wll
littins' Pink I'ills for I'slo 1'eople. One ense
dewrlbed was Miiiilar to mine, and I culled
I'oyntcr an l t he Incoming state ofllrora
occupied the uttcntlon of the leg-lslu-tur
today. Llttlo time was de
voted to any fdher business. Tha aen
ato was iu session it short time, but
the introduction of bills was an
order of business that was reached,
'1'he joint session, ns soon as it got
down to business, sent it committee to
notify tho governor that tho legisla
ture was ready to listen to anything
he bad to say,
At 3;ll( o clock the trovernor and
stale nflleers-eleet were announced,
They advanced and were (riven seats
Immediately before the speaker's stand.
i-icuienunl (iovernor Harris an
nounced Oovcrnor lloleomb and he Im
mediately commenced reading bis
message, (Iovernor lloleomb spoke
Governor-elect l'ovnter took the oath
of office administered by Chief Justice
uarnson ami Delivered his Inaugural
addresi. The state ofllcers took their
oaths, after which the jolnt eonveutlon
Immediately Bdlournetl. '
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM WINS,
Mom Rvrss Its llml.lon on Htriklna
Oat th Annual Appropriation.
Washington Jan. II. Tha House
festerday reversed the decision of the
committee of the whole last Friday,
when the appropriation for the sup
port of the civil service commission
was stricken out of the legislative,
executive and judicial appropriation
bill. In committee, where members
do not go on record, the appropriation
was stricken out by a vote of 07 to 01.
Yesterday wheu the roll was called
the appropriation was restored, the
motion to strike out being defeated,
95 to 119.
The House, by special order, decided
to proceed with the consideration of
the naval personnel bill as soon as the
bill for the codl filiation of the laws ot
Alaska was out of the way.
Hawaii an KipanilonUt.
WaShikotoN, Jan. 1L Arthur Bew
all of Maine, candidate for vice presi
dent on the Democratic ticket in 18U(1,
is iu favor of expansion. "I do not
care to express an opinion," said Mr.
Ncwall, "upon Colonel liryan's attitude
upon the question of expansion. I will
ten you mine, nowever. mine not a
professed expansionist, I belUve w
should bold the Philippines."
Ills Wir May Vat (lo to Ills Funeral
Hamilton, Ohio, Jau. II. Henry
Kant, grocer and saloonkeeper, shot
his wife, Ann, twice this morning,
Than g'dng to a coal shed he blew out
hit own brain a. One ball penetrated
th woman's neck, the other hsr arm
and, though seriously Injured, she list
a ensue fur recovery.
Hraaa It a J lav tlaaaa
WAsumoto. Jan. It. The navy d
partmaut has derided to allow the
naval station at tiuatu a full braaa
band and th nulpiuut burvan baa
lo authorised to proetire Inttru
itiwnts and ship INm on th Yoaviult
when sh start for Ih Islaad.
JwSa Mi Mla aarhmaly III.
Wssuisurtia. Jan. It.Jube R. Mi
Iaa. uwnar ut th tldistsoatl Lu
Halrr. I dsaa-vruusly sUI at his limn
nw I Iftaauta Wt. II has hletfuugh
l b diaa la suorlndiU!,l bv iniul
aad tiiiuoh troaU
Sfala tasval a R4 H-aa.
.Msi-atu, Jan. 1 1 - Siuor liua, I ha
fwi4t vt th nat, alio was raa-
Mat uf th riWa p,o tiiam1
sUmi, has Wm Iw wafvrva wita IK
wift wf fttrvlgii aita'ra, tHtk 1
aMtutar U li, rUtiv ta th early
at k vf a Ivd Kaili
t W. Jsa IL-tba a.
Ciwe eowit kaa fteet a writ vt
Was w4 V Jsaa UitU.
waaitay s.a aat
Vwim. t.t, JJ taet v.
Shit 14 ta tail St tui.uJ tuilija I.
tsal mf 4 esHsrt,
Tht lUMf I niint othc Kit
tKi miltrulttrtd trintcrttKit
know how ta u it, to i;ive
tht Wit irtult in job prinunt
the iilleiitlon of the oilier nirmbers of tlie
family, mid niunima nuK'ed I should hsva
a box Hi miee, i
"Of eon me I wns mix Ions to pet well and
a box of ihexe pills was seeureil and tried.
W'lieii 1 liml liikea t lift pills one week I
liolleed hii iiiiprovHiiient in my coiidilioii,
A better color eimie in my face und lip. I
heemiifl slrnnyer, liml an bieieuMed pfel.l to
und Hie ill.lnti in my lieml was relieved,
" I bud often read of thesa pills but gsve
no iilleiitiou to tin in until tint day i procured
my flrxt hoi, Mince thru I have taken twelve
boxes und Iiuvh been Kicnlly relieved. My
ldooi Is In a better eniiilttlon, ( liavtRuinrd
in lle.h itnd my enlirn system bus been built
up. I tnoitt eeriiiluly revomiiiend Dr. Wll
Hhiiin' I'bik I'ills fori'iiln People, tosnyono
Irniililed with kidney romphilnt.''
All the elements neeesnury to plve tipw life
Slid riehllCNN lo llic blond liml reMnreslilittered
ni rvei are eonliiiiied, in a condensed form, in
Hr. WIIIIiiiiin' I'mk I'ills for 1'nle people.
They are un iinfiilliliseellle for such disease!
us loeoiiinlorstuxla, piirHiilmriilysis, Ht. Vitus'
dance, seiailea, iienriilia, rheiimMtlsm, perv
nn lieiuliiehe, ihn after elleels of Itt trlpp,
piilplliitlnii of Ilia heart, pule and sallow rum
jilexliiiiN, ull forms of wfiikness either In mule
or I'emiilu, and nil diH'iiHes rcKiiltlntr from vill
n t r-il It u i ikii-h in the blood. Dr. Williams' pink
I'ills are sold by all ileulers, or will be sent
post paid on receipt of price, fit) cents a box,
or six boxes for 'J.fiO (they ars never sold in
bulk or by Hie I (JO) hy aildressinif Dr.Williaina'
Medicine Company, Helieuccliuly, N. Y.
or any other ladle who wish to work
CAN EARN LOTS OF MONEY
working for oa In spare time at bom
on oar clothe. We offer yoo a good
chance to make plant of (pending
money easily, in leisure boors. Ben4
19o for cloth and fall direction for
work, and commence at once. Cloth
en t any where. Addreaa
Wlneosk! Co., (Its B.) Boston, Mas.
DR. O.C. REYNOLDS,
Room 17, 18, 19, Ttarr i nAllin im.l
blk. Phone. CSS 4 658. UflC0ll1,iK3
BTKAMHIIU' TICKETS TO EUH0PK
BOO) STEAMSHIP TICKETS
FROM EUItOPE BOLD.
If you are going to the old cowatry
or Intend to brinfr friends from there
to this country, pksaae call on dm (ov
figure, infonnation, eto.
A. S. jYIELDIXO,
C. T. A. Northwestern Line.
IF Y0D ARK DOING
to Ibe PACIFIC COAST
Don't complete arrangemeDte until yoo
bav aeenred Information regarding tht -personally
conducted eicnrsions to Ban
Franoiaco, Los Angeles and Portland
via tbe Un lou Pacific. These exeorsiona
leave Chicago, Minneapolis and 8 1. Paul
every Thursday, and Omaha every Fri
day In fleirautly upholstered Pullman
Tourist Sleepers; Illuminated by I'intch
light; heated by steam. Baggage checked
through from atarting jioint to destina
tion. Prompt and satisfactory service.
Many hours quicker time than any other
For lull particulars rail on or address
E. 11. Plosson,
B It known ihit by vlrtsu if a thltl mort
haarlna ital ot Jaiy JtOib, A. It, I'M, asil
On lir tllwl In bm i m,ol tha luapiy elerk ut l.aa-ra-lr
r oiintv, Kn, ranks, nn iba Hi) dy ol Ao
nt, fts, im'DImI bj C. W Tsrnaa to Nlrbola
A Hhrpard lunipnav, corporal Ion. to weur
Ibr nr uirnl ul S.i Kl n. niHn ablrS fkrata
Sua tlua la auni ol $41 US, d. fault halaa kaaa
nmdii is Ik mmrsi thvifnf ami bo anil or
othur liriKvwiiuu at la Satin- bwa laHlntt
lo riiTr IS nama or in part tbvranf, thara
lora I bun ika aad nbail aU tk fiiilnaina
erniwri; lbnila ilvarrllird, til all; OMKtikola
kard k l'uaianf Oraia Maraior. ana
lilurb rvllmtrr, I'onitili-M Shop So. A,i, aio
ona Wa-binaiua (iraia Wlhf, rnaipiaia, as
?iill asi'iiua, al tba aarkua of IS Llnroia
t'iiaiinf stsib aadgmranla lata
mi m l.lkruia. I.aaiaaiar roaaiy oa lb 41S
ila ol fvbraarjr, lt. al I o Hock p. ai. ut taut
NICHOLS II K PA Rill'.), s
Hr K. K. tilavaioik. aaasi lor tU itsiavaaot
iai4 Jassafj B, ws,
Personally Conducted Excur
IjMkv (lileaga evVf Tlsra.ly vie Colts,
rada H(iriaa aad ! Ituate lo fUa
) raai tav-o asd l.o Asialasv
Hoatar Una I lav ! !
Yad.y ' kaaaaa Oty, Itttt
Hofia aa4 II I'aatt la lass Aa4W
T- esvaratoa I at are altaad t
t eat l'aaaaf Traits, aad 'p-
irii ks VHrat that tle Ike
Amiaist Is etsersmaa a4 eat
tunkt. k Ibe kie tat lrtt as.
aiaii-bV ballsMe I I I l.tlt litlli
MTt tb IHI rr,t...a l
tatM aa4 If Waieaie Ua
tiairoae, mm foaf luret Ih art
aadraa Jus hstsMttaa, tl, P. A , til
liu. II. lUs.k. lP A T, I,
I lib A U tHa.l.iaosJa, sK
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