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APRIL 13. 18P&
Cases of the Ann Arbor Engineers Pis
cussed at Washington.
"WHAT EUPEEME CODET WILL DO
It it Thought the Finding of Judges
Rtcka and Taft Will Be Sustained-Or-ganiiei
Labor's Oaly Recourse is Ar
bitration if The Other Fellow Will
There has been much comment in
Washington upon the decisions of Judges
Taft and Ricks of the United Btatea courts
In the locomotive engineers' cases at To
ledo Involving the handling of freight on
the Ann Arbor railroad. The sharped
possible interest is always taken here in
such Issues as that one, and It Is natural.
The decisions which are regarded the
most Important ever rendered in the labor
line were bawd upon laws passed by
congress, and there Is ever agitation upon
the question of amending these laws; be
tide, it is conceded that the questions in
volved will came here to the supreme
court of the United States.
Senator Culloru of Illinois, the author
of the interstate c romorce laws, or tke
principal one who obstructed them, will
not enter luto a criticism Of the views
takeu by Judges Taft and Kicks, but in
prlyate conversation he Is quoted as say
Jog that the decUions will, lu his Judg
ment, be sustained by the highest court
In tna land. It is the belief ot the friends
of the engineers here that it would be
better not to'carry the rate up here, as
the decision below will be promptly sus
tained, and it will add but another blow
to organized labor.
In the adoption of amendments to the
Interstate commerce law it seems there
has been given no roepect to the labor
questions involved. Yet the third sec
tion of the interstate commerce act,
which provldos against "undue prefer
nee" or "discrimination," which formed
the principal bat Is for the decisions
against labor, set up what may prove the
death tlow to the boycott and the pro
blbltlon of Individual action upon the
part of laborers In times of strikes w hich
are ordered by the brotherhood. When
congress put Into law the "unreason
able preference" or "advantage" clause
In section 8 It had In mind small
shippers and weak transportation
companies; it desired only to place every
blpper and carrier upon an equal foot
ing. This was really the object the farm
era had in view when they mide their
original demand for the Interstate com
meres act. The framers of the law
builded stronger than they knew. They
made It not only .' possible, but the duty,
of the federal courts to decide, as they
have, that it Is a misdemeanor, punisha
ble by $5,000 fine or Imprlbonment, for
employes to carry freight to a ceitain
point and then refuse to handle It, as
they have glvenjone road an "undue" or
"unreasonable preference". In acting for
one line and refusing to act for another.
It has been Insinuated that this clause
was placed in the law by shrewd railroad
attorneys who had in view Just such emer
gencies as have arisen at Toledo; but I
am assured by Senator Cullum that this
Is untrue. The phraseology of the clause
was the result of a compromise, and was
practically dictated by the small shippers
who knew and cared nothing for the labor
questions which might arise under the
law as a whole. In fact, the labor ques
tion never entered the minds of those
who really drew the act which Is now
law. It seems an accident that in apply
ing a remedy against monopoly a law
should be.framed which would tend to
strike down the interests of organized
labor. In congressional and the highest
court rtmlea hern, It is foolievei that the
boycott Is practically a thing -f the past,
and that arbitration of all disputes la the
only solution of the situation. An arbitra
tion bill will come forward again wlicn
congress meets nest fall or winter. It
lsdilU')ultWp"B any arbitration luw
which will be effective, as voluntary ac
quiescence Is ntxesnary upon Ix.th slJec,
and the one getting the wont end ot the
bargain in each specific can would be In
clined t re if I the law anil kick back
ward. The action of the courts lu the
ll oiliest-ml case; the decisions of J udge
Baker at Indlanapulis lu the Ltvke Krie
and Western strike cam at MumUt r
cently, and finally the decisions at To
ledo, leaves open but one recourse short
of revolution, it U believed bertand thtt
is abltra'Uut, for th comblne-l dvM o
of th federal courts amount to tills;
That It Wat rluia to force union men or
ValV t. ipxit work under any jrtiit;l;
to li wji rUf" I property rcfu to
hand freight or ths mail, or to injure
the ! t it)lrnl or tUt rpry
by either rf using to work w hen . in
the ewplr f tutrrut fott4 or prac
ity permit other t aura., The boycott
tits Un detSsred unlawful,
Wbm emigres and ko tu rin court
Of tt l'ltd htt Wk tip th de
t!ks tt Wtb!fi.rit.rs ak SVlM
recouti t there t the Ut'ff but
rlitraUr an aroltMlUa Uw will
be attempt J with ir at tas tU
sewloa coagreM, sad sine the
sitr ft It U bow rel it will jn.barJy
Ha4o(ted, VIa arMtra'loa m at
trtnpiej la and hut years ago ia (
r ihju of these dtastie dft'Uluni bad
been rend-rwl. Only the superficial por
tlons ot the lntfrctat" totiimerce law
were tested. The whole question has
n-w ben lifted out of politic Into the
high hands of the federal judiciary under
a permanent law, and It Is cold-blooded
bu-iness and not sentiment.
There Is not the least question &s to
what the supreme court or the Lnitea
States will do with these proponitions,
these decisions, when they come hare
from the district and circuit courts, lney
wl be affirmed, with pot-sibly one or two
dissenting or modified opinions, then
there will be quiet submission to the will
of the law, for labor 1 always submissive
when it sees the will of the people and
stands in the face of law and order.
I got it ludirectlv from a member of
the supreme court that thould this ques
tion at Toledo come before the court here
a decision will be rendered which w ill
cover quite all of the questions heretofore
decided by the lower courts unlor the
Interstate act; that it will be a blanket
decision and will put at rest affirmatively
the accepted fact that the interstate act is
It Is suggested, In the Interest of labor,
that for this reason it will be better that
the decisions at Toledo Bre accepted as
sufllclent and attention be turned to arbi
tration as the most successful means of
reaching conclusions In labor disputes.
There is no objection to the present or
ganization of labor, so far as the court
here is concerned. It Is simply regarded
as unfortunate for labor that the exigen
ces of times bavo driven the organiza
tions of labor into such straits as to re
quire the extreme steps which have been
taken. All demonstrations of force,
either upon the part of the corporations
or labor, are here looked upon as most
unfortunate, both for labor and capital.
AMONG OUR EXCHANGES.
Some of our republican exchanges
are speculating upon Sunator Mander
son's probable successor. It is some
time In advance, but we want to ay
right now that Senator Mandersmrs
successor will be a populist. Holt Co.
Senator Allen of Nebraska, wears
his honors gracefully and is already be
coming a favorite. His frank open
manner and evident desire to do right
seem to impress everyone who comes
In contact with him favorably. Nation
J. Sterling Mortou's political biography
Born 1832; graduated at law echool 1852;
defeated for Nebraska legislature 1850;
defeated for congress 1800; defeated for
governor 1806; defeated for governor
1880:sdefeated for governor 1884; de
feated for concress 1888; defeated for
governor 1892: picked up by Cleveland
1803 Mlndon Workman.
The people's party stands forth today
as the only champion of the rights of
the poor. Wall Street democracy and
Wall Street republicanism are synono
mouB terms and beth mean goldbuglsm.
All the millionaires are in the other
Dartlos. The people's party is com
posed of the poor. They represent the
interests of labor. The others labor for
the establishment of an imperialism of
capital and have joined hands with the
ment ot labor. Free Press, Winlield,
People mav say what they please but
the populists of the present legislature
have done more real eoou tor tne state
of Nebraska than any party or parties
have done for the past ten years, iney
have fought stubbornly for principle
and right, against booulers and corpo
ration caoDers have irot a black: eye
every time. The Newberry bill fight
was enough elorv in itself for ono term
The selection of Senator Allen was also
a irreat victory for them; In I ict victory
has been oerched upon their banner
from betrlnnine to end. Long1 live the
new movement of reform, and may it
crow end expand and reach to the Nat
innal Capital four years hence. The
"And the colonel shot him on sight?"
He did." "What was the trouble?"
'NoUiiu'; Just makin' a reoordl"
Itr.m'giant Inspector Yon." nation
ality, ploase. ' Immigrant Oirish. Im
migrant Inspector What is your occu
pation? Iuiinlgraut O'lni Frlnoh
Clergyman, examining a Sunday
school clans Now, can any ot you UU
sne what are ains of omission. Small
6cholar 1'lease, air, they're alns yo
ought to have committed and haven 1
Tenant Our houae la la a frightful
condition, Mr. Quarterday. Ousofthe
walla has bulged out tureo or four
baches. Landlord -Ual Then the
houae ia larger, and 1 shall have to
rabe your rent
UutUndLt t me have I J, roy dean
I aiu going to Mueller's funeral
Wife-Ail right, but I don't see why
you need speud so much tuoney la
grieving for a man whom you kasw
only very allMlr.
First Lilt; (iirl-Oh. I've got just
the lkel t doll you ever saw, aud
I'm eo hapny with It' I doa't kauw
What to da ttevwud Utt!e lUrl- lsit
big? l irst Little lib I It sM
big It tuuat breaks any bee it to carry
Cob Jalsp Thai bird deg- eoat ma
WW, m 1 ve got to g rid of Ilia.
I'nvU KMWai' de tttsr M del
yer Wf IWnol Juttp-ll kll
flghUir a s ku kens and Wiugs thsw
bome. I '! MvWal yw' t Wwa
y" Uke ftr dat yr pura, M
Ll'tla ltobWI oaa f al my kat
aad ta father, ruUlng. I raa'l
fad mtn, eitksr, I doa t whsl
jroar toothir does with thiaa kl
roue out, atl there i aetUUg for e U
do b-it hunt Ull s tlad'eit, ec stay
la. Utile ItobVf, after Ung Uaugkt
ll a l'k n Xb M ra.
miiKF ni;vm on:.s.
Interesting Items Gleaned from
People's Party Kxchangea.
The number of locomotive s in use on
American railways Is 32, 1 U.'i.
The Unitdd States contain more than
1,700 distinct and sepante railways.
The government of Colorado favors
compulsory arbitration in labor troub
The Georgia Populitt is the name of
new reform paper lately issued at Jug
It ia ettimated thatof the entire human
race, 250,0uO,000, or about oue-fifth, go
entirely without clothing.
The convict miners at Coal Creek,
Tenn., have been found by the Legis
lative Committee to be disea-sed and
From Anril to December. 1892, the
Paris Labor Exchange provided situa
tions for 10,389 workmen in twenty-
The United Mine-workers of North
America propose to make a general de
mand for an advance in the price of
It is aid that when a bank fails In
China it is the custom to cut off the
heads of theoffendintr bank omcer as
an example to others not to do likewise
Performances at theatres of ancient
Greece sometimes lasted twelve hours.
Seven o'clock In the morning was the
time for the rising of the curtain, so to
Franceville, one of the now Bebridei
slands, is fakl to be the smallefcl re-
nubile in the world. Its population
comprises forty whites and about five
Th mavor of Detroit. Mich- after a
caretul in vestiga' ion declares that cities
which own and operate tnelr own elec
tric lights do so at one half the cost of
plants operated by private companies.
One million and a half men work in
the coal mines of the world. Of these,
Eng'and has 635,000; United Hiates,
100,000; Germany, 235,100; Uelglum,
100.000: - Hubs! a. 44,000- The worlds
miners of metals number 4,000,000.
The mines in the northern portion of
Michigan producing liosfcemer iron ore
have entered Into a comDinanfn ior
keeping up the prices of ore. The com
bine is said to be strong enough to dic
tate terms to the furnace owners.
Durinr the last compalgn Tom Yoe,
of the Independence (Kas) Tribune was
very bitter In his denunciation oi Mrs.
Leate. Now he is a member of the
same state board and Mrs- Lease is the
chairman. This is adding inBUlt to in
jury. The legislature of the young state of
Washington has passed a bill making
It unlawful for anyone to manufacture,
buv. sell, .eive away, or have in his
possession cigarettes of cigarette pa
pers. 1DJ8 is sumptuary legis-auou
with a vengence.
The art of making needles was kept
secret until about 1650. when it was
taught to the English by Christopher
Greening. Now English needles are
sold all over the world. At ltedditcb
alone 20 000 people make more than
100,000.000 a year.
When a California girl goes east peo
ple are sure to hear about her. One
stopped in Chicago recently and in the
mere etrort to curl ner nair eneciuauy
set the blggeBt hotel in the place on
fire. This is a little expensive, dui
keeps the record good.
The few Populists in the Texas legis
lature are making a noble fight, a first
class record. They are positively lly
lmr uo to the state platform, and thus
will it be remonstrated to Texans that
when in the future the Teople's party
promulgates a platform they will be
understooa to mean juoi wnai mey.say
It isn't true that Chicago Is thinking
of accepting an opening day exposition
la fourtf en hundred and alnty-two
I'lilnmbiiH railed the ocean blue.
Else we wouldn't be hpre, and neither would
Too-roo-1 a- loo-ra-loo-ra-I oo.
Tom Watson says in his paper of Mar.
31: 1 think it only fair to notify the
people that I will make no speeches till
summer. My private business demands
my attention, because it nas oeen neg
looted for two vears. I also need rest
and recuperation. When summer
comes I will taka the field and cauvass
the state. Until then I shall beg my
friends to excuse mo.
The Minnesota Bureau of Labor Sta
tlstlcs Is noted as one of the best con
duotcd and most impartial governmen
tal Institutions I Us kind in tins
country. L. G rowcrs,its director, has
just lwued an annual report. 1 10 pages
of which are given to a review oi tne
financial system and standing, tno
mode of organization, the achievement
and the conditions of every Important
National and International TraUo Union
o! the country.
A Ssw York cltjr shoemaker dUolaya
a sign whlvli reads aa follows: "Squeaks
taken out ot a hoe a."
Of 11-1,391 raeruita reeetved Into th
Oermun army an. ,nay rooentljr onlj
124 eouUl not read or writ.
Horeu American president ha v died
la tha month of Jut and la that
month Uartlald recehtd hla fatal
A snow white cpoajiiita, rara al
wen of ths'poaamu tt tl, hat U-en prs
sented to the Cst'al mi k (New Yk)
A new shot for men which will h rW
ly 1m tutrviduced baa a ttp 11U aa
"ar ti.', and fastens with tn alnjfia
instjt l-u Vie
New saiaal streams were atv V1
with trtiat and aal tioa twealjr jrer
Sk Now o day rditnarjr wo.W vl
an any Ire I I h (H-unds vf txanl,
last. t vf I Neaiaa ai, lat
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H u ii-i-n la a aallMkita
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Ot rallal aiai las r4 aa tarai
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expense of the trip. Every
horse iruaranteed a Bret class-
foal Keller, vv 111 (rive punhawrn as liberal,
terms as any other linn In the business.
BEKG & Mc LELLAN,
FURNAS : COUNTY : HERO.
My breeders are first class. All'
giihranteed as represented. Prloea
reasonable. A few choice fall pigs left,
Orders booked for early spring pigs.
H. S. Williamson,
Beaver City, ... Nib.
KINGSUND & DOUGLAS MFG. CO
. - ST. IAtUlM, MO.
CbHtiIm) for rant Tmk
lag, Koparatiag aaa
Eif els ia all Polat that fo to make ap a farfcer
falllas aaU Worfclaf Kaglaa. tmiforCoXaloiif
STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS
AND PURIFY THE BLOOD.
KIPANS TAUl I.KH Sra th bt M.dl.
clna known fur lHdl(tluu, ltllluuHie,
llvadai lie, CuBallpatluu, Uyaaraa, taranla
1lverTrvublM, Wlaalnaui, Katf L'aaipl.xlaa,
U) arnterjr, Wttriulia llri-atk, and all Sla.
rdera al' ilia fclwaiut-S, I.lvvr and ltawala.
ltipan. Tnlmlca cnntAin uotblnir Injurlini to
thn muni di-lMiMin roiiMtii iitlnn. Are ilitMtut to
take, wifi, i-irm-tiuil. uml iflve Irnmi-dml. rutlf.
I'ri? lit m -ft vial-). ?rn-i.nti 1'ai-knv. it Imix-),
$2. May tie nrili-n-fl throiikrh ncariwt iIi-ukkIw,
ur by mall. Suuiple friu by mall. Addru.
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.,
ID BMU't R STREET. KKW tOHK CITY.
SOUTHWESTERN STAMP WORKS;
1326 Grand ave.,KaHnnCltr, Mo.
BE HAPPY WHILE YOU LIVE, FOR
fOU WILL BE A LONG TIME DEAD.
T b Happy buy
With Graphite Boxea. Never need
Oil. 1 tin lliimlv hteel Tower toa-t
(ornrrt-il Tower, and the Htninmut
and tx-Ht In tbe mark'-t. Will tie aeriton
30 ln a Tent Ti-iul, and If not entirely
wiiislni tory can lie riturtil to on, ami
VV K W ll.l, I A KKI' lt.llTIMITIl
WAYS. We alao manufacture tbe old
ltcllable ChallviiKH, U. K. l'eerltna and
DiUfty Wind Mills, I'umiw, fyllndera
Tauaa, f vui wma, corn htiellera, 110m
1 Challenge Wind Mill & Feed Mill Co,
Batavia, Kane go., III.
W. C. T. U.
138 S 12th St., Lincoln.
First class table and attendance.
Lunches all hours. 80tf
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MUCH VLUBLE INFORMATION f R0H h STUDY Of THIS W OF w
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