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THE WOOL GROWERS.
Au Address to Those Kngnged in the
JloalneKBThroughout the Country.
In. the National mass meeting of the
wool growers of the United States , at
Chicago , the committee appointed to pre
pare an address to the wool growers of the
country mbmitted the following :
To the Wool Growers and Sheep Breeders
of the United States :
GKNTLKMKN At a national convention
ot wool growers and bhcep breeders of the
United States , bold at Chicago on the 10th
f of May , 1884 , nnd which wan attended by
11. delegates from twenty states , a committee
11.p was appointed to draw up an address to
the wool growers of the country for the
purpose of arousing them to a proper re
alization of the necessity that exists for
immediate and energetic action If they
would rescue the great industry In which
they arc engaged from Its present depress
; ed condition and from the impending
dangers of a still more serious nature. The
undersigned members of the committee
firmly believe that the existing sad con
dition of the- interest you represent has
been brought about largely , if
not altogether , by adverse congres
sional legislation , and that it will not
again be prosperous until congress shall
reverse its action at the last session and re
store the rates of duty to those which pre
vailed under the tariff of 18G7 , by which ,
lor the first time in the industrial history of
the country , equitable relations were estab
lished between duties on wool and those on
woolen goods. It can be conclusively
shown that the tariff act of that year gave
to American producers of both wools and
woolen goods steady markets a secure ex
pansion of preductions , and that through
this expanded production it gave the con
sumers cheaper wools and woolens than
were ever before known in America , and
brought prices for all goods of ordinary
wear , and of many for fine luxurious wear ,
lower or as low as are known in Europe or
elsewhere. The repeal of the tariff of 1867
on wool and woolens was not asked for , as
has been allowed , by the conservative busi
ness sentiment of the country , or by any
considerable number of the American pee
ple. It was brought about wholly through
efforts of importers and others interested
in securing in the United States markets
for foreign wools , aided by a few parties
who desired to make use of foreign pro
ducts as a whip with which to sub
due the American market and menace
the American producers upon whom
they were necessarily compelled to rely for
nine-tenths of the wool represented in this
business. These combined influences , un
patriotic and un-American , led to the pass
age of the unwise , abortive and suicidal
tariff act of 1883 , to which we firmly believe
may be attributed the present depressed
condition of the wool Industry. You have
doubtless , gentlemen , heard much of late
touching the soundness of the policy
putting raw materials of manufacture , in
cluding wool , on the free list. We trust
you will resent such a proposition , when-
even and wherever made , with the indigna
tion which it Justly merits. Wool is the
finished product of a million Sock owners ,
who have , by years of intelligent and pa
tient labor and expenditure of large sums
of money , brought their product to the
present high standard of excellence. To
class it simply as raw material , as some
thing that has been produced almost with
out cost or expenditure of time and labor ,
is an injustice against which we trust you
will enter effective protest. The arguments
used in defense of the principle of protec
tion apply at least as forcibly to wool as tote
\ to any article on the tariff schedule.
The growing of wool is equally with
the growing of food and for
ests , and with the manufacture of
iron and steel , the maintenance of a com
mercial "marine and navy , of a national
militia , a primary element of national de
i fense in war and of financial security and
independence in policy , the loss or neglect
of which would derange our entire mone
tary system and place the entire country
and all its interests in a condition of indus
trial and colonial vassalage to foreign pro
ducers , equally fatal to happiness and un
becoming to the dignity and honor of a na
tion whose annual increase in wealth is now
three-fold that of any other nation , and
whose population now gives it the second
rank among the civilized empires and first
among the free , self-governing , enlightened
Fina ly , believing that desperate diseases
require heroic remedies , we especially urge
you to sustain at the polls for legislative
offices only such candidates as are in favor
of adequately protecting and encouraging
the great industry of sheep husbandry by
voting to restore the wool tariff of 1867 , or
rates on duties at least as protective as
those embodied in that act.
LAND GRA.NT FORFEITURES.
Favorable Report Ordered on Bills 'For
feiting Certain Grants.
The senate committee on public lands
decided to report the bills forfeiting the
land grants opposite the uncompleted portions
tions of the Northern Pacific and branch
linesand the Atlanticand Pacific railroads.
Mr. Plumb , chairman of the committee ,
says it is impossible to calculate the number
of , acres involved , as in both cases some
land was taken up before the charters were
granted , and in the case of the Atlantic
and Pacific road it was not con
structed in the direct route con
templated. Nominally the senatoi
thinks the forfeiture of the Northern Pa
cific will amount to 13,000,000 acres. Sena
tor Slater , who is author of the bill provid
ing for the forfeiture of the land grant ol
the Northern Pacific railroad , says that the
actual number of acres forfeited along that
line will be about 7,000,000 , which is 3,000-
000 acres less than proposed by the house
committee on public lands. Slater's bill
further provides that the lien lands hereto
fore selected , if occupied by bona fide set
tlers , shall be sold at $1.25 per acre for 16C
ADeath-Dealing Explosion atDnbnqne ,
A terrible explosion occurred at Du-
mique on the 24th. Two of the three boil-
erstin the'sash andjdoor [ ( factory of Carr ,
\ Uider& Wheeler exploded withjfterrible
force. The boiler house was completely
destroyed and the boilers thrown sideways
in as many different directions. The one
that did not burst was thrown Intact ah dis
tance of thirty feet against the mill. A
solid division wall separated the boiler
housefromithe mill , ! else the destruction
and loss of life would have been ter
rible. The mill employs 200 men. The
corner of a dwelling near the boiler
house was torn completely out and several
women injured. The enginear and two
firemen were in the boiler house at the time
and were buried beneath the debris. Two
children playing next to it were also buried.
The following are the killed :
Milo M. Mellen , engineer , aged 30. He
leaves a wife. Fritz Villinger , fireman ,
single , and the two children of Charles May ,
aged 6 and 3. Michael McLaughlin , second
fireman , was hoiribly burned and mangled.
He cannot live but a few hours. Mrs. Mar
garet Walter was struck by flying bricks
and badly cut. Her daughter-in-law , Mrs ,
Albert Walter , and her three children were
also Injured. Mrs. Lear and Mrs. Vogler ,
in the same dwelling , were also hurt.
A Too Willing- Young Man.
"Do you love me as dearly as mer
nave ever loved women ? " said Mabel ,
finding an easy anchorage for hei
cheekfabout the latitude of his uppei
vest pocket and the longitude of his
"More , " said George , with waning
enthusiasm , for this was about the two
hundred and fourteenth encore lo which
he had responded since 8 oVock.
"More , far more dear'y. Oh , ever so
much more. "
"Would you , " sh went on , and
there was a tremulous impressiveness
in her voice that warned the young
man that the star was going to leave
her lines and spring something new on
the house "would you be wil'ing to
work and wait for me , as Rachael
waited at the well , seven long years ? "
"Seven ! " ho cried , in a burst of
genuine devotion. "Seven ! Aye ,
gladly ! Yes , and morp. Even until
seventy times seven. Let's make it
seventy , anyhow , and prove my devo
Somehow or other he was alone when
ho left the parlor a few minutes later ,
and it looks now as though he would
liave to wait about 700 years before he
saves fuel by toasting his shins at the
low-down grate in that parlor again.
There are men , my son , who always
overdo the thing ; they want to' be
meeker * than Moses , stronger than
Samson and ten times more particular
than Job , the printer ; that is , he isn't ,
but he used to Uz.
The Moat Charming May Star in the
Heavens , and Her Course.
Venus is evening star , and is the fair
est and brightest of the shining brother
hood. An important event occurs in
her annual circuit. On the 2d , at 5
o'clock in the evening , she reached her
greatest eastern elongation , when she is
45 deg. 23 min. east of the sun. Not a
second farther can she go. The invisi
ble chain that binds her to the sun has
reached its limit. The fair planet rests
from her labors and stands still in her
course , as if conscious of her surpass
ing loveliness , and willing that observ
ers on this planet should have a chance
to admire the fascinating grace of her
presence. But she remains not long
inactive. She turns her course and approaches
preaches the sun , or , retrogrades at a
far more rapid pace than she receded
from him. Any observer can see this
lor himself , for the westward move
ment or approach to the sun is easily
traced from night to night as she
threads her way among the stars. This
she will do until she reaches inferior
conjunction in July , when , passing be
tween us and the sun , she reappears on
his western side as a morning star , and
will be seen no more in the evening sky
for 292 days.
The apparent course of Venus is
easily followed. After superior con
junction , she moves in a straight line
eastward to eastern elongation her
present position then approached him
till inferior conjunction , and during
this period is evening star. She then
reverses the process , becoming morn
ing star , moving westward till western
elongation , and completing the circuit
by approaching him till superior con
junction , when she is hidden in his
dazzling rays , to emerge again as even
ing star , and recommences the same
series of oscillations till another synodic
period of 584 days is completed. The
real course of Venus differs greatly
from the apparent course , for she re
volves in a nearly circular orbit , always
in the same direction , from west to
east , and with an almost uniform rate
of velocity. Viewed from the sun she
would seem to move in this way.
But the earth is moving in her orbit
with a velocity of eighteen miles a second
end , and Venus is moving with a ve
locity of twenty-one miles a second in
a smaller orbit between the earth and
the sun. The result of these compli
cated movements is that Venus seems
to move in straight lines east and west
of the sun , and to follow closely in his
steps. As Venus appears to terrestial
observers , so the earth appears to
Martian observers , oscillating east and
west in the same way , and sometimes ,
like Venus and mercury , making a
transit over the sun's disk.
Venus will be the loveliest star in the
heavens through the month of May , as ,
after elongation , she turns her steps
westward moving rapidly toward us ,
and hastening on to her period of great
est brilliancy. She will form a de
lightful planetary study for the naked
eye and also for telescope observation.
Seen through a telescope at elongation
or a few days after , she takes on the
aspect of the moon at her last quarter ,
half her disk being illuminated. Then ,
like the moon , she becomes a waning
creseut , less and less of her enlightened
surface being turned toward us , more
than enough to counterbalance the
lessened light. At the end of the
month she has nearly reached her cul
minating point , while her high north
ern declination adds to the length of
her stay above the horizon , and the fa
vorable conditions for observation.
The beautiful planet is specially in
teresting on account of the striking re
semblance she bears to the earth. In
size , in density , in position , in the sys
tem , in the length of her revolution , in
the time of her rotation , in the posses
sion of an atmosphere , in the form of
her orbit , and in the amount of light
and heat she receives from the sun ,
she is more like the earth than any
other member of the solar system.
The Growth of the English Language.
The " Historical
"English Dictionary on
ical Principles , " undertaken over a
quarter of a century ago , has just
reached the point of the appearance of
part 1 , which carries it only to the ter
mination of the suffix ant. There are
352 pages in the volume , and it em
braces 8,865 separate words. The cor
responding portion of Webster covers
only fifty-six pages , and comprises only
3,550 words. It will be seen at a glance
how rapidly we have been gaining in
this respect for while many of the
words enumerated are such as Webster
might have secured but did not , they
are in much larger measure new inven
tions or new adaptations. Assuming
that the other letters of the alphabet
will maintain this ratio , the words con
tained in this new dictionary will reach
the bewildering number of about 300-
000 , or fully one-third more than we
have been accustomed to regard as the
limit. And it is by no means ceitain
that this book contains all the words
that are fairly entitled to a place in
such a work.
GRAINS OF WISDOM.
Music opens to men an. undiscovered
realm , a world which has nothing in
common with the outer world of sense.
'Tis an ill thing to be ashamed of
one's povert ) ' , but much worse not to
make use of lawful endeavors to avoid
it. [ Thucydides.
Do not press your young children
into book learning , but teach them po
liteness , including the whole circle of
charities which spring from the con
sciousness of what is due to their fellow
beings. [ Spurzheim.
He who thinks his place below him
will certainly be below his place.
A modest person seldom fails to gain
the good will of those he converses
with , because nobody envies a man
who does not appear to be pleased with
himself. [ Steele.
There is nothing so elastic as the
human mind. Like imprisoned steam
the more it is pressed the more it rises
to reiist the pros-lire. The more we
are obliged to do the more we are able
to accomplish. [ T. Edwards.
Though we seem grieved at the
shortness of life in general , we are
wishing every period of it at an end.
The minor longs to be of age , then to
bo a business man , then to make up an
estate , then to arrive at honors , then
to retire. [ Addison.
Learning is wealth to the poor , an
honor'to the rich , an aid to the young ,
and a support and comfort to the aged.
At the workingman's house hunger
looks in , but dares not enter ; nor will
the bailiff or the constable enter. For
industry pays debts , as despair increas-
eth them. [ Franklin.
In our pursuit of the things in this
world we usually prevent enjoyment by
expectation ; we anticipate our own
happiness and eat out the heart and
sweetness of worldly pleasures by de
lightful forethoughts of them , so that
wnen we do come to possess them they
do not answer the expectation , nor sat
isfy the desires which were raised about
them , and they vanish into nothing.
Mr. Peter Mall en , 212 W. Twenty
fourth street , New York , says that he
suffered six years with rheumatism and
found no relief until St. Jacobs Oil , the
sovereign remedy , was applied , which
cured him completely.
A NEGRO FIEND.
Who Assaults Three Women and is Killed
by a Mob.
A negro at Dallas , Texas , attacked
Alice Huuna , aged 15 , and a daughter of
Judge Gilbert , and attempted to outrage
both. They succeeded in breaking from
bis grasp and escaped. Continuing up the
street the villain attacked Annie McGowan ,
a servant girl , whose cries brought a
policeman. The negro was -badly beaten.
Notwithstanding this he downed the police
man with a rork and got away and reached
Taylorstovvn , where he was finally cap
tured. Nearmidnight a mob gathered
around the jail. Suddenly a man boldly
pushed his way through the door , axe in
hand , and appeared before the cell occu
pied by the terrified negro. A few blows
and then the culprit was pushed out within
sight of the crowd. The crowd opened fire
and he fell , riddled with bullets , and ex
pired without a struggle.
Public speakers and singers use Fiso's Cure lot
hoarseness and weak lungs.
Power -Levy on Bonded Whisky.
The question of the power of the
sheriff to levy upon whisky in bond was de
cided at Pittsburg by the United States
court. Rule was granted in the commor
pleas court against FrankP. Case , collectoi
of internal revenue , to show cause why he
should not be held for contempt for refus
ing to allow Allan , sheriff of the county , tc
levy upon whisky in a bonded warehouse.
Judge Acheson , with concurrence of Jus >
lice 'Bradley , of the United States suprem ;
court , before whom the rule had been cer
toraried , discharged the case , at the cost o
the sheriff , sustaining the collector in hii
Every soldier should have an honor
able discharge If you have lost th (
same , send to us for blanks. Stoddart
& Co. , 413 G Street , Washington , D. C
Thousands are yet entitled to pen >
sion who are ignorant of the laws ,
Send to us for blanks and instructions ,
Stoddard & Co. , 413 G Street , Wash
ington , D. C.
The Sixteen-Year Old Boy.
"There is no question of which h (
has not a confident and all-disposing
judgment. Why , if we were all six
teen , there would be no need of con
gress or supreme bench. We should
each know it all. In religion his
opinions are equally decisive. But dc
not understand me , my friends , thai
of making fun of the boy at this or another \
other period of his life , I mean to dep
recate or discourage his aspirations.
Far from it. I would not give a pennj
for the boy at sixteen who did not trj
to be a man. "
"Rough on Tooth Aclie. " Ask for it. In
stant relief , quick core. 15c. Druggists.
Eleven states now allow women to vote ir
Pare Cod-Iilver Oil , made from selected liven
on the sea shore by CABWELL , HAZARD & Co. , Nef
rork : It is absolutely pure nnd sweet. Patient !
who have once taken it prefer It to all others. Phy
sicians have decided it superior to any of the othei
oils In market.
Chapped Hand * , Fuce , Pimples , and Rongl
Skin , cured by uslnx JJtJNiPEn TAB SOAP , made bj
CASWELL , HAZARD & Co. . New York.
The beam of the benevolent eye givetl
value to the bounty which the hand dis
Mr. T. J. Bradford , of Bailey's Creek ,
Osage Co. , Mo. , was operated on last weeli
for fissure and fistula at Drs. Dickcrson &
Stark's Surgical Institute at Kansas City.
Mr. Bradford is quite an elderly gentleman
and stood the operation well without taking
Old age has deformities enough of its
own ; do not add to it the deformity ol
"Kongh on Conghi. " 15c. , 25c. , SOc. , at Drug
gists , complete cure Coughs , Hoarseness , Bore
He who is the most slow in makings
promise is the most faithful in the per
formance of it.
Few walking or visiting costumes are
composed of woolen stuff only.
When you visit or leave New York City ,
save Baggage , Bxpressap'e and Carriage
Hire , and stop at GRAND UNION HOTEL ,
opposite Grand Central Depot. 600 elegant
rooms , fitted up at a cost of ono million dollars
lars , reduced to $1 and upwards per day.
European plan. Elevator. Restaurant
supplied with the best. Horse-cars , stages
and elevated railroads to all depots. Fam
ilies can live better for less money at the
Grand Union Hotel than at any other first-
class hotel In the city. v
Stop at the Metropolitan Hotel when
in Omaha. The , best 82.00 per day
house in the west. Tables as good as
any $3.00 per day house.
There is one thing worse than cant in a
man of Christian birth it ia paganism.
Que-erious that the Chinese man should
have such long hair. Ladles if you would
have your hair as long as the Chinese and
as beautiful asHouri's , use Carboline , the
deodorized petroleum hair renewer and
Superstition is a sort of parody of faith.
The trite saying of good Bishop Berkeley ,
"Westward the course of Empire t kes its
way. " is daily verified by events. Not least
significant among these is the fact that the
state department at Washington haR just
purchased a number of Rockford Quick
Train Railroad Watches to be given bv Pres
ident Arthur to captains of foreign vessels
in testimony of our government's apprecia
tion of their gallantry in saving the lives of
American seamen. A fewyears ago Geneva
watches only would have been considered
good enough for tuch a purpose , now ,
among many competitors , the movements
made at this far Western Factory are se
lected as being the best examples of human
skill In delicate handiwork.
Our happiness and misery are trusted to
our conduct , and made to depend upon It.
Relief from Sick Headache , Drowsiness ,
Nausea , Dizziness , Pain In the Side , &c. ,
guaranteed to those using Carter's Little
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always caused by torpid liver and consti
pated bowels. Restore these organs to
their proper functions and the trouble
ceases. Carter's Little Liver Pills will do
this every time. Onepillls a dose. Forty
in a vial. Price 25 cents.
Most of the "undelivered" letters which
reach Germany come from the United
NOTICE : In another column will be
found an article in which all ( whether they
will or no ) are interested. .Neglecting to
read it may prove a very serious as well as
an expensive affair. We refer to the ad
vertisement of Prickly Ash Bitters. A
knowledge of its merits and the benefit you
or your family may derive from using it will
save not only health but many dollars
otherwise expended In "Doctors' bills. "
Of women who never marry there are
more blones than brunettes.
SKINNY MEX. "Wells' Health Renewer"
restores health and vigor , cures Dyspepsia , Impo
We are never made so ridiculous by the
qualities we have , as by those we affect to
WHEAT No. 2 72 > 'O
EASLKY No. 2 GO O
RYE No. 8 46 * , ' ©
CORN No. 2 40 % © 40JI
OATS No. 2 80 © 31K
FLOUR Wheat Graham. . 2 25 O 2 75
ORANGES Messinaperbx 5 00 © 5 50
LEMONS Messina , perbx 4 00 ca 4 25
BUTTER Creamerv 23 © 25
BUTTER Bestcountryroll 15 © 17
EGGS Fresh 13a 13K
CHICKENS Per doz , live. 315 (3 > 400
STRAWBERRIES Per qt. . 15 © 20
CHICKENS Drsd , pertb. . 12 © 13
ONIONS Per bushel 90 © 1 00
HAY Bailed , per ton..10 00 © 12 00
MESS PORK 18 50 © 19 00
SHEEP 3 60 ( a 4 50
STEERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 25 © 5 25
HOGS 5 00 © 5 50
CALVES 5 50 Q 6 50
WHEAT Per bushel 89K © 89K
CORN Per bushel , 542 © 547.
OATS Per bushel 31 % © 32 *
PORK 18 25 © 18 30
LARD 8 15 © 8 17K
HOGS Pckg and shipp'g. 5 35 © 5 60
CATTLE Exports 6 50 © 7 00
SHEEP Medium to good. . 400 ( Q 475
WHEAT Per bushel. . . . . . 1 14 © 1 15
CORN Per bushel 51 © 52
OATS Per bushel 34 © 35
CATTLE Exports 6 40 © 6 75
SHEEP Medium 450 © 525
HOGS Packers 5 00 © 5 40
Deserving of Confidence. There Is no
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confidence of the community as BROWN'S
BRONCHIAL TROCHES. Those suffering
from Asthmatic and Bronchial Diseases ,
Coughs and Colds , should try them. Price
You may depend upon it that he is a good
man whose intimate friends are all good.
A CARD To all who are suffering from er
rors and indiscretions of youth , nervous weak
ness , early decay , loss of manhood , &c. , I will
send a recipe that will euro you , PREE OF
CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered
by a missionary in South America. Send self-
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Courage of the weak , gentleness of the
strong both of adoration. Marie Eschen-
"Mother Swan's Worm Sjrrnp , " forferer-
Ishness. restlessness , worms , constipation ; taste
A miser grows rich by seeming poor : an
extravagant man grows poor by seeming
When you come to Omaha , take the
Street Oars or 'Bus for the Metropolitan
Hotel. § 2.00 per day. Tables as good
any $3.00 per day house.
Sprains , bruises , stiff Joints , burns ,
scalds , and rheumatism are relieved by
Uncle Sam's Nerve and Bone Liniment.
Sold by Druggists.
Worms cause peevishness , fevers , con
vulsions and frequently death. A pleasant ,
safe and certain remedy is Dr. JAQUE'S
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Headache , constipation , liver complaint ,
biliousness are cured by that mild , cleans-
ine remedy which never produces pain ,
EILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS.
Only 25 cts. Sold by Druggists.
An economical man will keep the leather
of his harness soft and. pliable , which pre
serves it from cracking or ripping. He al
ways uses UNCLE SAM'S HARNESS OIL.
Sold by all Harness Makers.
One-third of all who die in active middle
life are carried off by consumption. The most
frequent cause is a neglected cold , cough ,
hoarseness , bronchial trouble or asthma ,
all of which may be permanently cured by
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A farmer's wealth depends on the con
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fevers , colds , and all diseases which de
stroy animals. Thousands of dollars are
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Restless , fretful , crying children are suf
fering and need f ortheir relief DR. WENCH-
ELLPS TEETHING SYRUP , which is use
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infants , but cures coughs , croups , sore
throat , colic and cramps of older children ,
and should always be kept in every house
for emergencies. Only 25 cts. Sold by all
Dyspepsia , General Debility ,
Jaundice , Habitual Constipa
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Headache , Diseased Kid
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It contains onlv the Purest Druga , among
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It cleanses the system thoroughly , and as &
PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD
It la cot an intoxicating beverage , nor can
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