The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899, August 14, 1896, Page 8, Image 8
6 THE AMERICAN. X JOHN RUDD. t Jeweler and Optician 115 S. 16th STREET, Fine Watch Repairing t c?? French Clocks. TCaclBSlvs stbUb raamlaer lor P., I. I M. V. B. B. Co. -' CITY AND STATE The tinner employed by Cudabj r on a strike kgkinst a reduction in The annual convention of the Young Feoiile'i Cbrlitlan Union meet in Omaha next week. The infant ton of Mr. and Mr. D. B. Corliu died last Sunday after a pro tracted lllne. We sympathize with them in their a miction. The Woodward Theatre Company wind up it engagement at the Creigh ton Theatre Sunday night. It ha ever played to uch large and appre ciative audience a have greeted them i he past two week. Ben. J. Morris, the gentlemanly cap tain of How and Chemical Company No. 7, was the happiest man in Omaha lat Saturday. Ill good . wife pre vented him with a great, big, bouncing baby boy. The retail grocer of the city and their famlllc in number tufllclent to fill twelve Burlington coache, went to Ashland Thursday and had a picnic They are reported to hare had a most enjoyable time. The John L. Webster Republican liut meet next Thursday night at Republican headquarter, first floor New York Life Building. A full at tendance of all the member is desired, The Seventh Ward Military Band, which I an auxiliary to the club, will be present. The Douglas County Veteran' As toclatlon will hold its third annual reunion at Whitmore' Grove, Valley, Neb., August 19 to 21 inclusice. An excellent program has been arranged, and it 1 the earnest doelre of those having the matter in chargo that every old soldier and his family will be present and help make the occasion one that will long be remembered. Many of the brightest soldier orators In the state will be present and speak to the comrades. Camp Are every evening. Free straw, fuel and tents. One fare for the round trip. Several bras bands will be present to enliven the occasion. Don't fall to be present. C. J. Smyth and Judge Gregory lat night addressed a large gathering of voter at the Y. M. I. hall In South Omaha. After the meeting, which was a successful one, a permanent or ganization was perfected with 500 name on the roll. A brass band helped make things lively. Without a doubt the meeting was one of the most successful ever held in that city and attracted a good deal of attention from the fact that many old-time Re publican fell in line and joined the club who bad never voted any other than the Republican ticket in their lives, yet this time they declare that they will support the silver candidates. SOME QUESTIONS. LAWRWVnt. KKn., Asniit2. IKOfl Editor The American: 1 Wt. the inscription nri of E. P"le' tnapa.ne of Sn TV-nefaen? 2. What, would be the coot of the Romn tbenl. "gy b h translated Into EnplUh? 3. What pm beeome of rhissoae. the minister who vm assaulted In Santa Ve for not rerovig ' bat durlnp- a oman rarsde? 4 What ba bee 'one w'h the man r-v,n aasaulteri TUshon MeNamara? 5 TTnw lonp wlt It be heforw the oaths will be published apaln? I have pmmWd some V friends and cannot upplv them. You ran answer through your pane. Re spectfully yours. A. N. R. 1st Three dollars per year, twenty five cents per number. 2d. Twenty-fiveeentsbuvsthe "Ho-. rl1e Book" and fifty cents pays for "Homo." 3d. We do not know. Can anv of mi subscribers in New Mexico answer? 4th. Do not know. Will Massa enuseUa friends please answer. 5th. Next week. The Irish Tote. New York. July 18 The Sundnv Union, the Irish society orpan. in U Issue to-morrow will contain an edi torial predicting Bryan's election. Tha editorial further says: "The Union Is Deiroeratlo and for 25 has stood by Ms puns Fven 1f McKlnley we-e to wn. we should op vo Mm: even If Brvan were t" be beaten we should support htm. The one is a Republican approved and com mended by the A. P. A.: the other Is a Democrat who denounces the A. P. A." A Found of Facts is worth oceans of theories. More in fants are successfullr raised on the Gall Borden Eagle Brand Condensed Milk than upon any other food. Infant Health is a valuable pamphlet for mothers. Send your address to the New York Condensed Milk Company, New York; When down town drop in at John Rudd' and leave your watch, If it Is out of repair, to be fixed, 115 So. 16 St PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. The following pro'ioaed amendment to the Countitutiun of the State of Ne braska, a hereinafter set forth lu full, are submit Ih1 to the elector of the Hate of Nebraska, to be voted ujhju at the general elm-lion to be held Tuoa- duy, November 3, A. D., Ib'JO: A joint resolution proposing to amend section two (il). four (4), and five (5.) of article six (0) of the Conxti tut ion of the State of Nebraska, relating to number of judge of the supreme court and their term of office. Ba It reaolvwl and martial hf IB Legtsla lure of the Hlala of Nobraaaa: Nerttita 1. Thai WM-tl'in two (2) f artlnla all 1) f Ilia t'ouatllutlon of tha Mate of Nrhraska ba araamlcd nhIo mad a fol lows: Hnotlon a Tha aum-ama mrt shall until ntbarwtaa prorttnd ujr law. ooutut of flva (&) juitgra. a majority of whom hall ba nixw aarv Ut furtu a quorum or to wronounea adaotaliin. It ahall have original Jurisdiction In naana relating to raveuue. civil naana lu whti'h tha atata ahall tat a parly, uiamtainu. quo warranto, haliaaa onrpun, and mi h appellate Jurladlotlou, a may ba provided by law. tfeetlon 8. That section four (4) of arttnla SIX (II) of thn lhulltutlon of tha hteta ut Nbraka, ba awnudud ao aa to road aa fol low: tfcvtlon 1 Tha Judical of tha supreme court shall ha lwt.l lir tha electors of tha atata at larga, and thair term of otBoe ut oapt aa hiTxinaflar provldod. ahall ba for a ar.l of not li-aa than 11 va (5) vara aa tha aitlKlatura niav praaontw. Iw'tion H That am-tlon flva (fi) of artima all () of tha tViixtltuUon of the Htata of Nr braaka, lia awaoiliHl to raatl aa followa: Hai'ttiin 4 At thn flrt Rvnaral alaotlon to ba bald In tha y- ar IMWI. thr ahall ba alnotad two CO luilil(a of tha aunmiia onurl ono of whom ahall ba al tnd for a Or in of two Vi yara. ona for tha tarm of four CO yaara, and at waoh ganxrml olwtlon thura aftar, thara ahall ba aluclad ona juil of tha anpraiua court for tha trm of five (&) yrara, unlaaa otharwiaa prorUlrd lr law: Provlilad. that tha ludiraa of thn au- prama oourt whoaa taruu have not expired at tha tlma of holding tha ganaral alao tl"il of lMDl, ahall oontinua to bold thair oftloa fur tha rvniaimlar of tha tarm for which Ihuy wara reapacUvair oouiiula aloiiad. Approved Maroh 29, A. D 18113. A joint resolution proposing an amendmout to section thirteen (13) of article six of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska, relating to com pensation of supreme aud district court Judge. Ha It roaolved bv tha Laittalatura of tha SUta of Ntibraaka: Maotlon 1. That aaotion thirteen tm of artinleaix (ft) of the Uonntitutiou of tha Mlnto of N abraika ba amandud ao aa to read aa fol low!: eo. 18 Tha judge of the anpreme and dtatriot conn ahall reooive for thir aurvUw auoh ooniHnatkon aa may bo provided by law, parable q,unrtrly. Tha li-Kialatura ahall at tt firat aaxaton aftar tha adoption of thia amend mailt. tnrna Dlllii ol the member elnotad to aa'h houaa concurring, aatabliah thiir eompanaation. The oompanaatton ao aa tabliahed almll uot be chanifud oftonor than once in four year, and In no event iiiiichs two-third of tha mombere elaLited to aa'b houaa of I ha liftlalure oouour theralu. Approved March 3D, A. D. ISO. A joint resolution proposing to amend section, tweuty-four (24) of article five (5) of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska, relating to ooiu- peusatiou of the officers of the executive department. Be it rtwilvmt and enacted br the Lvvlalature of tha Mtate of Nobraaka: eection 1. Thtt atHtlon twentr-four TJil of article five (.') of the 1'onaiitution of the Biate of Maoraaka be amended to read aa fol low: bectinn 24. The officer of tha erecntiva department of tha elate government ahall receive tor ineir acrvicea a oompanution to be etalilinli.Hi by law, which ahall lie neither increased nor diminished during tha term for which they ahall hive been roiu uilsioued and I hey ahall not receive to their own uae any fee, cox l a, Inlereala, upon puolio money in uiui- naiuu or unuer ineir control, perquUHe of office or other oomoen- aation and all fee that may here after be payable hr law for aervice performed by an officer provided for in tnia arti 'in tmu o pant in advance into the tate treasury The legislature ahall at it-i first aeaaion after tha adoption of this amend ment, tnree-ntin o me member eiecUxl to h houaa of the legislature con curring, eatabliah the aalariea of tha Offioer - named in this article. The com pcnation ao ealabliahed ahall not be changed oftener than onoe in four yeara and in no vent unit's two-third of the member elected to each house of the legialature oouour therein. Approved March 29. A. D. 18US. A joint resolution proposing to amend section one (1) of article six (6) of the Constitution of the State of Nebras ka, relating to judicial power. Be it resolved and enacted by the Legiala ture of the St:ite of Nebraska: Section 1. That awction one (1) of article all (fl) of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska be amended to road a follows: Section 1. The Judicial power of tht state ahall be vested in a aupreme court, district courts, county oourt Justices of lha peace, polt.e magistrate, and in such other oourta inferior to tha aupreme com I as may be created by law in which two-third of the members elected to each house concur. Approved March 29. A. D. 1805 A joint resolution proposing to amend section eleven (11) of article six (6) of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska, relating to increase in num ber of supreme and district court judges. Be it resolved and enacted by the Legislature of the State of Nebraska : Section 1. That eeotion eleven (10 of article six (6) of the Constitution of the stale of Nebraska ba amended to read a fol lows: Section It. Tha legislature, whenever two thirds of the members elected to each house ahall concur therein, may. in or after the year one thousand eiht hundred and ninety seven and not oftener than once in every lour years, increase the number of judge of su preme and district court, and the Judical districts of the state. Such district shall be formed of compact territory, and bounded by county iinea; and such in crease, or any change In the boundaries of a district, shall not vacate the offlos of any Judge. Approved March So, A D. 1895. A joint resolution proposing to amend section six (6) -of article one (1) of tha Constitution of the State of NebraakA, relating to ayi fej jury. Re II reoolvad and anactad by tha Lef lelatara ei to Btataoc .rtraaa: ho tloo 1. That aacUua all (. artic le una ii oi io t ouai i uiivjtt ui ina ptat uc Ia tiraaka l auii-ndHd to rvad aa fullowa: twr-lloa . 1 ha riabl of trial t jury ahall r atata innaiauv uut ina alnra tuar pro viae mat la rirn wtiutia Be aiilh of the Jury mar reudur a rerdl t. and tb legislature mar aio auihoriae trial by a jury of a leaa numU.r than t weir aiwa, la oouria inferior lu tha dia Vri t court. Approred March . A D. 14. A joint resolution proposing to amend section one (1) of article five (A) of the Constitution of Nebraska, relat ing to officer of the executive depart ment. Be It resolved and enaotad by Ut Legiala ture of tha Slat of Nebraska: Section 1. Thai ear Hon one (1) of ar ticle fly Ol of lha Conatliulioa of the Stale 01 inebraaaa be amended to read as ful lows: Hection 1 The neeutlr department ahall eooaial of a governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, auditor of public atNH.uuia, treasurer, auieriuttidant ut nubile in- al ruction, attorney general, coiumianioner of public land aud building, aud three mllriatd eommiasiouera ea b of w hom. esoepi Ilia Mil railroad oommiastouers ahall hold his ottice for a term of two yeara f-oui thv first ThuratUy after tha first Tuesday iu January, afi-r hie election, and until hi successor is elactu.l and qualified. Ka-h railroad coni misaiouer ahall hold his office for a term of tnree years lgiunlugon the nrat Thuralar after th flrst Tueaday in January ilxf hi election. aud until hia sun-ea aor ia elected aud qualified: Provld.sl. however, That at the flrt general elec tion held attar the adoption of this amend ment there idiall ho elected throe railroad commissioner, ona for the pwriod of one yaar, one for tha pertisl of two yeara, anil ona for the Dental of throe years. Tha gov ernor, secretary of stale, auditor of pub lic account a, and treasurer ahall reside at tha capital during their term of office; they shall keep lha publio records, book and paa-rs there aud ahall perform such du ties aa may be required by law. Approvel March DO, A. D. ItfOX A joint resolution proposing to amend section twenty-six (26) of ar ticle five (5) of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska, limiting the num ber of executive state ofllcer. tU 1ft 1 , . . - . - .1... i Vj luo ijeg- lslature of the Slate of Nebraska: Section 1. That section twenty-six (26) of article five (i) of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska be auieuded to read as follows: oers emcept those named in section one (1) of this article ahall be crested, except by an act of the legislature which 1 nnncnrrthii In hv ... . , lu. ,w ....u. " - - j - - iiuu iuira-juniu of the member elected to each house Provided, That any offloe created by an act of the legislature may be abolished by tha !. iultnt ........ 1. . .1 . t . u - - vn. .,,,iub iu, luem- bera elected to each house thereof concur ring. Approved March SO, A. D.. ISli A joint resolution proposing to amend section nine (9) of article eight (8) of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska, providing for the investment of the permanent educational funds of the state. Be It resolved and enacted bv tha I.nulsla- ture of the State of Nebraska: Suction 1. That section nine (TO of article ight (fO of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska be amended to read as fol lows: Section 9. All funis belonging? to tha state for educational Duroosea. the interest and income whereof only are to be used, shall oe aeemeu trust tuna neiu oy tne state, and the state ahall supply all losses there of that may in any uiauuer accrue, so that the aanie shall remain forever inviolate nd undimlnish'Hl. and shall not be In vested or loaned except on United State or state securities, or registered county bonds or registered echoil district bond of this state, and such funds with the Inter est and income thereof are hereby solemn ly pledged for the purpose for which they are granted and set apart, and shall not be transferred to any other fuud for other uses; Provided, The board created by section 1 of this article la empowered to sell from time to tlma any of the securities belonging to the permanent school fund and invest tha proceeds arising therefrom in any of the securities enumerated in this section bear ing a higher rats of Interest, whenever an opportunity for better investment is pre sented; And provided further, That when any warrant npou the state treasurer rcg ularly Issued in pursuance of an appropri ation by the legislature and secured by the levy of a tax for its psyment, shall be presented to tha state treasurer for payment, and there shall not be any money In the proper fund to pay such warrant, the board created by section 1 of this article may direct the state treas urer to pay the amount due on such war rant from moneys in hi hands belonging to the permanent school fund of the state, and he shall hold said warrant as an in vestment of aaid permanent school fund. Approved March i$. A. D 13H5. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Nebraska by adding a new section to article twelve (12) of said constitution to be numbered section two (2) relative to the merging of the government of cities of the metro politan class and the government of the counties wherein such citiea are located. Be it resolved and enacted by the Legia lature of the State of Nebraska: Section 1. That article twelve QZ) of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska be ameuded by adding to said article a new sec tion to be numbered section two C-0 to read a follows: Section 2. The government of any oity of the metropolitan olasa and tha gov ernment of the county in which it Is located mar be merged wholly or in part when a proposition so to do has been submitted by authority of law to the Voters of such city and county and re ceived the assent of a majority of the votes cast in such city and also a majority of the vote cast in the county exclusive of those cast in such metropolitan city at such election. Approved March 29, A. D. 1895. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to section six (6) of article seven (7) of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska, prescribing the manner in which votes shall be cast. Be it resolved and enacted by the Legislat ure of the State of Nebraska: Section 1. That section six (8) of article even (?) of the Constitution of ths State of Nebraska be amended to read as fol lows: Section 6. All votes shall be by ballot, or such other method as may be presoribed by law, provided the secrecy of voting be preserved. Approved March 29, A D. 189J. A joint resolution proposing to amend section two (2) of article four teen (U) of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska, relative to donations to works of internal improvement and Inannfactoriea. Be It r-as4ved Bad enacted by the Law talature of tha Mat of Nebraska : SarUoa I That anctloa two it) of article ourma iii of ina luoatiiuiioa ol us Slat of Nebraska, be asuaadod to read aa follows: bwc. a No city, county. Iowa, prod net. municipality, or other subdivision ot lha siata, shall ever max doBatiuoa to Bar works of internal Improvantant, or snaaufas-iory. unlea a uroumiUna ao to An ahall hare been trat aubmuted to the qualified electors an 4 ratified bv a two thirds vote at an abaction br authority of law; frovisaVi That such d. .nation of a county with tha donations of such subdi visions In the uiral shad not ri.ml Ian per cent of the aeaeeaed valuation of such county: Provided, further. That any oily or eounty may. by a three fourth Vote, Increase such Indebtedness Ave par eent. to addition to such tea per cent aud Do bonds or evidences of indeblednaae ao leauea alien he valid unleaa lb- eaiue ahall bar endorse! thsreoa a eartifl'-ate signed by tha secretary and auditor of state, showing that tha same la laausd pursuant to Approved March 19. A. D.. 1S. I, J. A. Piper, secretary of state of the state of Nebraska, do hereby certify that the foregoing proposed amendment to the Constitution of the State of Ne braska are true and correct copies of the original enrolled aud engrossed bill, a passed by the Twenty-fourth ession of the legislature of the State of Nebraska, as appear from said original bills on file in this office, aud that all aud each of said proposed amendments are submitted to the qualified voter of the State of Ne braska for their adoption or rejection at the general election to be held on Tuesday, the 8d day of November, A. D., 189U. In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed the great seal of the State of Nebraska. Done at Lincoln this 17th day of July, in the year of our Lord, One Thou sand, Eight Hundred and Ninety-Six, of the Independence of the United State the One Hundred aud Twenty First, and of this state the Thirtieth. (SeuL) J. A. PIPER, Secretary of State. DR. C. GEE WO. What relatives of my Patients Have To of Mv Creat Cures During The Month of October,' 1895. Read the following convinc- Ing testimonial from two orominent Omaha Citizens: Judge Isaac S. Haarall and R. V. William have this to say. We consider Dr. 0. Gee Wo of 519 North 16th St.. Omaha. Neb., one of tb best physicians In the city for the following reasous: Kour ysars ago our daughter be came very nervous and at times sick and unable to control nerseir. we aoctorea with and consulted nine of the leading physicians of this city, but she gradually grew worse, until on the Ttb of October, 1W. sh was at tacked with spasms. She whs usconcious and delirious for weeks following the attack, and at a consultation of physicians they agreed that she could not get well. We then employed Dr. C. Oee Wo, and the patient be gan to Improve at once, and In a remarkably short time was up. She la feeling better than she has for a long tlma. 8b is Improv ing every da; and bids fair to get entirely well. R. V. Wii.luhs. Father, ISAAC S. UascALL, a aear Relative. 2106 S. 18th St. Ex-Constabi.i S. R. Clark, office 319 9.14th .. . i ........ . ... ...... it. . i 3 .nnjTB. 1 LKU b BHJ bW III U I 11 I III 1 ' I . J, Q. Wo. My little boy and girl had dyptherla and other Dhvslclans said thev could not re cover, t then called In Dr. 0. Oee Wo, and In less than 24 hours they were out or danger. He also cured nivself of LaerluD and gen eral debility, and my wife of inflammation of the oowels and female weakness, from which she had suffered many years. I can't thank nun enouga lor wnat ne nas aone in my family. 8. B. Olahk and Wire Mrs. H. A. Duoav. 1813 Clark St. Heart trouble and nervous dlblllty of many years standing. John B hooks, ss n. mth t.--Of soralned back, liver and kidney trouble of three years standing. Is now a wall man. MRU. ANNA PARK. 2109 S. l.ltll Nt.--CUred Of suasms and female weakness of seven years standing. rRANK riOLra. Bchuvler. NeB. Uured of rheumatism of one year's standing, and was given up ! Incurable. Consultation Frki. Dr. 0. Gee Wo guarantees a cure in every case or tha money will be refunded. bend 2-cent stamD for book and ouestlon blank. Anyone wanting advice can write to above addresses or call upon Dtt. C. GEE no, oivi-q. tam ot. umana mn. Department Store Prices Best describes the rates at which DR. WITHERS Is doing all kinds of Dental Work. Set Teeth $5 00 Best Set Teeth 7 50 Gold'BMllinKs $1.00 arid up Silver Fillings 1 00 Gold Crowns 5 00 Teeth Extracted 25 Teeth out iu the morning Aew Ones Same Uay. 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