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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY * JULY 27. 1888. I I
LINCOLN NEWS AND GOSSIP ,
A Peculiar Dlvorco On so Pending
Before the Supreme Court.
POLITICS IN NEMAHA COUNTY.
1Vli.it Jlon. T. J. Alexander linn to
or the Outlook In Jlln Din-
trict New Notaries Com-
LINCOLN Uunr.AU OP TUP. OMAHA DEE ,
1B ( 1' STHI-.KT , \
LINCOLN. July 20.
"Married or not imirrled" must bo a
roxiitious question , cbpociully when the
words have boon spoken uniting one
unto tiiiotlior und the stuno contrnol IIUH
Jioon unnullod by u court of competent
jurisdiction. A cuso prc-bontlng this
complication wits filed in the mi promo
court yesterday afternoon. It comes on
error from On o county. Moses U. imd
Sarah E. "Wisdom are the plaintiffs and
Ann E. Wihdoui , by Virgil C'liipman ,
lior ( ruardliin , and Joseh ] E. Cobboy ,
lior next frionu , nro the dofcndants.
In 1884 , at the spring term of the
district court , the plaintiff in
error secured a divorce from Ann
E. Wisdom , the defendant in error.
The service was made by publication.
Soon after the divorce was pi-anted to
him ho married Sarah E. Wisdom , who
is now joined in the action with him as
ono of the plaintiffs in error. Since
this marriage they have continued to
liyo together as husband and wife. But
the suit which now brings them into the
supreme court was commenced over two
The defendant in error , by Virgil
Chipmnn. her guardian , filed a petition
in the district court , the prayer of
which was to sot aside the dcoroo of di
vorce , that she might como into court
Riitl answer to the petition for
divorce , having her right to make
this answer upon the fact that
fraud was practiced in procuring 4tho
decree , and alleging that at the time
the decree wan granted the defendant
VHSfl- feeble minded person and under
guardianship , to which , of course , the
plaintiff liled a demurrer , which was
heard , and leave was grunted the peti
tioner to amend by making Mrs. Wis
dom , jr. , n party defendant. This rul
ing and amendment brought separata
demurrers , mid the petitioner was
ngnin allowed to lilo nn amended petition
tion making a now party plaintiff , viz. ,
J. E. Cobboy , as next friend. Upon
this amended petition no now summons
was served. On the last hearing in the
district court demurrora wore again
argued , but they were overruled by
both Judge Applogato and Judge
Broady at the fall and spring terms of
court of 1887 and 1888 , respectively.
This provoked the plaintiffs in error to
refuse to make further answer to the
petition and the court accordingly ren
dered judgment upon the pleadings , as
prayed , and the case is brought to the
supreme court for review.
NKHAHA COTNTY POLITICS.
lion. T. J. Alexander , of Johnson ,
Notunlm county , was in the cupiUil city
to-day. His personality is neither
striking nor magnetic , but ho drew a
bevy of press reporters about him soon
lifter his arrival. Ho had justcouio
from the land of Howe and Majors.
This is why ho was sought.
"Any thing now politically in Nomahn
county ? " modestly asked THK BKH man ,
as ho drew near Alexander's intelligent
but angular presence.
"Can't ' say there is , " said Mr. Alex
ander ; "tho boys down that way are
pretty quiet. "
"What's the slate , anyway , for the
local campaign the coining fallV"
' Well , I shall stand upon my record
In the house two years ago , and seek to
bo returned. John Pohlmnn of my pre
cinct , will try to down mo , but his rail
road record is too well known to hurt
mo very much. McGrow would like to
bo ronominntod but I understand that
E. B. Hubbardof Lafayette , will contest
his chances. "
"Hubbard is a pretty good man , is ho
"Ono of the very best men in Nonmba
county. Ho is for the people on every
"What do Howe and Majors intend to
"Howo snvs that ho is out of politics ,
but I thlnit that .Majors would like to go
back to the senate. Ills .record
is pretty loose , and if ho has to
inako n light for the nomination
I think the starch will all bo taken out
of him. Tom's old census scheme is re-
mombcrcd down that way. "
"So Howe is out of politics'1 )
"You can't toll a thing about him.
When ho is out , ho is in , and vice versa ,
you'know. I think that Church has" it
" /ln for Majors. Tli9y don't Ho In the
Bftino bed together very long at a timo.
But I think that Howe will favor Judge
Church for the senate , and that ho will
tecuro the nomination. The bonator is
conceded to Numaha county and the
float representative to Johnson county. "
OUOANl/.K ! ) AND INCOHl'OUATEI ) .
The E. L. Squire Company of Omaha
commences its corporate existence July
. 27 aud will continue for a term of twenty
years- The company possesses all pow
ers incident to corporations under the
laws of the stnto. To-day the company's
articles of incorporation were filed with
Secretary of State Laws. The com
pany will commence business with a
capital of $25.000 , which may bo in
creased to $100,000 whenever business
conditions warrant it. The following
persons constitute the omcors and board
of directors for the first year : Ernest
L. Squire , president and treasurer ;
ITonry C. Boynton , vice president and
fcocrotnry ; Ernest L. Squire , Henry C.
. Boynton and Jacob Sims , board of di
rectors. The company will do a gen
eral loan aud investment business.
SUTllKULANU'S COMPLAINT ANSWEHED.
The following answer was pent to J.
N. Sutherland , of Toknmu , to-day re
garding his complaint charging the
Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis &
Omaha railway company with over
charges on gasoline freight shipped to
him from Omaha :
LINCOLN , Nob. , July 20. J. N.
Sutherland. Dqar Sir : Yours of July
10 received and contents noted. When
the board meets your letter will bo laid
before it. The matter of your complaint
is an intor-stato matter over which this
board has no jurisdiction. I think it
reasonable unu legal for the railroad to
fihip oils in barrels on estimated weight.
The shippers should see to it that the
barrels are full. This is my individual
view of the matter without consultation
with the other members of the board.
O. P. MASON ,
Secretary Board of Transportation.
N1SW NOTAIUK3 'VUIlfclC. '
The governor to-dny commissioned
the following notaries public :
Charles Moore , Sutton , Clay county ;
II. P. Benedict , Leigh , Colfax county :
Willinm M. Ciller , Omaha , Douglas
uountv ; Julius W. Enlow , Beatrice
Gage county ; Dftniol P. Davis , Harri
son. Sioux county.
CITY NKWS AND XOTJS3.
Judge O. P. Mason bought relief fron
business cares by going to Nobraaki
City this morning. Ho occasionally
civc * his friends doyrn that way a day
lion. John Peters , of Albion , is it
the city to-day. Ho confidently expects
tike nomination for state auditor , and
serVqs duo notlco upon Colonel Tom
Benton and other aspirants for the po
sition to this effect.
The case of the stnto against William
GlctiEon was called before Judge Stew
art this morning. Glcncon was nrrnstcd
on last Monday for running gambling
rooms in the Potvin block contrary to
law. To suit his convenience for trial
the cause was continued until to-day by
his giving bonds to the amount of iMou.
Ho was duly called in court this morn
ing according to law , and , falling to tip-
pear , bis bond was declared forfeited.
Mayor Sawvor is not getting along as
wall us his friends would like. The in
juries ho received at the hands of Potter -
tor nro morn Horlous than at first sup
posed , but it is not thought that they
will prove permanent. The may
or's in juries about the hips nro very
painful , and ho is reported somewhat
worse tills morning.
About two liundrcd Lancaster prohi
bitionists wont to Nebraska City this
morning to attend the prohibition con
gressional convention. These cold
water follows "turn out" at their con
ventions and menageries. A delega
tion of Odd Kcllows also visited the
county seat of Otoo to attend a celebra
tion undorjtho auspices of a lodge of the
Dr. Nunnally , the Liquor and Brew
ers' association man , of Kearney , enter
tained a largo crowd at the government
square lust evening. His talks are an
innovation from the ordinary , and largo
numbers go to hear him out of curiosity.
Ho amuses and entertains. lie is caus
tic and critical , rather than logical.
IVlien Tlicy Leave Us ,
The exodus of our bodily troubles Is doubly
welcome If their departure is unaccompanied
by pain. It Is the fault of the best of com
mendable cathartics , which net solely upon
the bowels , that in operating they grlpo and
weaken these organs. Hosteller's Slomuch
Blltcrs produce a laxative effect , but noltlier
causes p.iin nor weaken the abdominal region
or the Htoinach. Tills is pro-ominontJy the
liltorntivo which a constipated , bilious or dys
peptic person should use , slnco a resort to It
Involves no bodily discomfort : ior produces a
violent reaction. The liver is aroused , the
stomach bonollttcd , and the habit of body
speedily and permanently improved by it.
Favor and nijuo , rheumatism and Iddnoy
troubles nro among the maladies for which
recorded experience 1ms proved it to bo cfll-
caclous. It is a wliolesomo appetizer , and a
far more rcllnblo tranquillizer of the nerves
than stouiucli-distui-bnig narcotics aud sed
NOTED IN THE CARS.
Lilttlc Observations Made on tlio Ele
Now York Sun : The young man had
sat stubbornly in his seat for at least .1
mile. There wore a good many tired
women standing up in front of him , but
ho kept his legs crossed and his arms
folded and stared steadily into spaco. A
flourishing looking business man
crowded in. The young man touched
his hat to him , and , springing to his
foot , politely offered him his seat. The
seat was gruflly declined , with the re
"No gentleman could take a vacant
scat while a lady stands. "
The young man offered his seat to an
old lady , and as she dropped into it ho
crawled out of sight.
The llourishing-looking man was a big
dry goods merchant ; the young man
was ono of his clerks.
On ono side of the car sat a glum-
looking man who frowned and glowered
at everybody within sight. IIo had
looked pleasant enough when ho first
entered the car.but the stylishly dressed
woman sitting opposite had stopped on
his foot when she came in , nn'u it had
hurt the man so that ho had said "d "
Pretty soon a tired-looking woman
came in w'th a baby in her arms. She
propped the baby up in a scat next to
the stylishly dressed woman , and then
began to read. .Tho baby , after the
manner of infants , struggled desper
ately to bite its foot. Failing in this ,
the little ono blubbered and frothed at
the mouth aud was just on the point of
crying when it noticed a patch of glis
tening beads on the fashionable woman's
dross. The baby doubled itself up , and ,
by a wonderful contortion , got hold of
some of these beads with its tooth and
The man opposite suddenly began
smiling , and then ho chuckled and
slapped hip knees , and felt very happy
because the dress of the woman who
stopped , on his foot was in a fair way of
It was a family of nine , and they mndo
a formidable appearance as they
marched on board the train. First
came the father. Ho was short and fat ,
with flowing side whiskers , a rod face ,
and husky voice. Ho carried a two-
year-old baby on his right arm , and led
an interesting string of chubby young
sters with with his left bund.
Toiling on behind was the fat man's
wife and the mother of all the children.
A fretting baby was snuggled up to
her bosom , and the mother and baby
wheezed and fretted together.
It was a frightfully hot day , and the
family was going to Coney Island to
cool off. Perspiration streamed from
all tlioir faces. The man cleared a row
of nine seats by requesting several per
sons to sit somewhere else. The chil
dren immediately stuck their heads out
of the windows , while their mother and
father-mopped their faces and struggled
to regain their breath.
"If I had to work as hard as this in
the store. " said the man in a grumbling
tone to himself , "I'd kick like a bay
steer. What a man suffers when he's
enjoying himself nobody knows except
the unfortunate man. If I over got off
another day it will bo when there's a
blizzard or a deluge howling around.
Are you onjoyin1 yourself , Mary ? "
This was said in a loud to no to his
wife , who laboriously nodded her head
and said :
"Oh , yes , I suppose so. "
A florid , happy looking man got on
board at Fifty-ninth street , and was
very careful to sco that his throe sons ,
who came racing in after him , wore
comfortably seated. The most remark ,
able thing about the man and his boys
was the fact that each ono of them car
ried and fondly cared for u handsome
bamboo fishing rod. The brakomau
came inside the car and glanced long
ingly at the rods and a wicker basket
that ono of the boys carried.
'We're going fishing , " said the man.
"So I see , " said the brakoman.
"Whore ? "
are you going
"Gravoseuu beach. Get a boat there
and anchor out in the bay. All my boys
fish. I taught them how and made them
fond of it. Why ? Because a man who
loves fishing is always contented. Ho
never cares whether ho over gets richer
or not. All ho wants is a bang-up fish
ing rod and a glistening reel. It may
seem funny to you , but it's true. A
thorough fisherman is always happy.
No matter what trouble ho has , lot him
go away fishing , mid the trouble loaves
his mind immediately. I wanted my
boys to bo happy , and so I taught them
to love the sport. Now I feel that they
an ) safe. I am happy , they are happy ,
and nobody's kicking. When you'fcoi
discouraged try a day's fishing and BOO
how contented you'll be. "
Had a bilious attack and ono of those
Indescribable cases of constant weari
ness. Took quinine and other reme
dies without relief. Took Dr. Jones'
Rod Clover Totilo. am strong and woll.
ASA TiiOMrsox , Logan. O. Goodman
The Limit of Spued.
Sorlbnor's" Magazine for August ! The
speed of locomotives has not increased
with tholr weight and sizeThcro Is a
natural law which stands In the way of
this. If wo double the weight on tbo
driving wheels , the adhesion and con
sequent capacity for drawing loads , is
also doubled. Reasoning In an analo
gous way , it might bo said that if wo
double the circumference of the wheels
the distance that they will trayol in
one revolution , and consequently the
speed of the engine will bo in like pro
portion , But if this bo done , it will
require twice as much power to turn
the larger wheels as wnsnocdod for the
small ones ; and wo then encounter the
natural law that the resistance in
creases as the square of the speed , and
probably at oven a greater ratio at
very high velocities. At sixty miles nn
hour the resistance of a train is four
times us great as it is at thirty miles ,
That is , the pull on the draw-bar of the
engine must bo four times as great in the
ono case as it is in the other. But at
sixty miles an hour this pull must bo
exerted for a given distance in half the
time that it is ut thirty miles , so that
the amount of power oxortcd and steam
generated in n given period of time
must be eight times as great in the ono
case as in the other. This means that
the capacity of the boiler , cylinder , and
the other parts must bo greater , with a
corresponding addition to the weight of
the machine. Obviously , if the weight
per wheel is limited , 'wo soon roach a
point at which the sr/o of the driving-
wheels and other parts cannot be en
larged ; which means that there is a
certain proportion of wheels , cylinders ,
and boiler which will give a maximum
A peculiarity of Hood's Sarpaparilla is
that while it purifies the blood , it im
parts now vigor to every function of the
The First Amoricnii Locomotives.
Scribnor's Magazine for August : In
182 ! ) Mr. Horatio Allen , who had been
in England the year before to learn nil
that could then bo learned about steam
locomotion , reported to the South Carolina
lina railway company in favor of steam
instead of horse power for that lino.
The basis of that report , ho says , "was
on the broad ground that in the future
there was no reason to expect any ma
terial improvement in the breed of
horses , while in mv judgment , the man
was not living who know what the
breed of locomotives was to place at
As early as 1829 and IBM , Peter Coop
er experimented with a little locomotive
on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad. At
a meeting of the master mechanics'as
sociation in Now Yoru in 1875 at the
institute which boars his name ho ro-
luted with great glee how on the trial
trip ho had beaten a gray horse , at
tached to another car.
The undeveloped condition at that
time of the art of machine construction
is indicated by the fact that the flues of
the boiler of this engine were made of
gun-barrels , which were the only tubes
that could then bo obtained for the pur
pose. The boiler itself is described as
about the size of a Hour barrel. The
whole machine was no larger than a
hand-car of the present day.
In the same year that Peter Cooper
built his engine , the South Carolina
Railway company had a locomotive ,
called the "Best Friend , " built at the
West Point foundry for its lino. In 1831
this company had another engine , the
"South Carolina , " which was designed
by Mr. Horatio Allen , built tit the same
shop. It was remarkable in having
eight wheels , which were arranged in
THE LAND OF
Abie and Cat-R-Cure
Santa : : - -
For Sftlo by
G-oodman Dru ° - Co.
un oTrin cojMLuronciDrr manure
It has stood ihe Test of Years ,
in Curing all Diseases of the
BLOOD , LIVES , BTOM.
AGE , KIDNEYS.BOW-
Blood , Inrlgoratts and
Cleanses the Bystea.
CURES PATIOH , JAUHDICB ,
disappear at one * under
KIDNEYS its benendal influence.
AND M its cathartic proper
ties forbids its use as a
teTsrare. It is pitas-
ant to tne taste , and as
easily taken by child
reu as adults.
PHKKLY ASH BITTERS CO
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