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IT r.ooics as if the old council was too
busy fixing the sluto for president of the
now council to give any attention to
such trilling subjects ns charter re
TIIK formation of a window-Rings noel
has taken place amonp the glass manu
facturers. If congress should throw a
stoneat the concern there would bo a
very loud crash.
i GOOD , honest local government is
what the people of this city demand.
It can never bo accomplished so long as
boodling politicians , rings nnd com
bines rule the council.
TJIK recommendation of the charter
committee lor the creation of an inter
mediate court in which appeals from the
police court can have a speedy hearing
is one which has long impressed itself
as a necessity.
KANSAS CITY , Denver , Lincoln aud
other western cities are like Omaha ,
wrestling with proposed charter revis
ions. Municipal government appears
to be one of the problems always press
ing for solution.
TIIK democrats of Dakota appear to
bo equally as anxious as the republicans
to divide the territory and to urge im
mediate statehood for the two sections.
But the democrats in congress are turn
ing a deaf ear to their appeals.
TIIK United States will dispatch one
of the government vessels in southern
waters to Panama in order to protect
American interests in that quarter.
The dilliculties which surround the
Panama Canal company are likely to
lead to disturbances of a serious na
CITY TJIUABUKISK AXWORTHY , of
Cleveland , has made a restitution of
the funds belonging to that city , which
he carried away to Canada' . This unlooked -
looked for precedent gives Kentucky
high hopes that her delinquent state
treasurer , "Honest' Dick Tale , " will
send a substantial Christinas present
all the way from Montreal.
Tins idea of Building Inspector Whit-
lock being consulted by anybody in re
gard to charter amendments is prepos
terous. In the first nluco the man is
utterly incompetent for the" position ho
holds , and in the next place he has
shown himself utterly untrustworthy.
Reform in building inspection and' su
pervision is within reach of the mayor
and council under the present
charter. All they need to do is to
revise the building ordinance and put
at the head of the board of inspectors ,
which the charter creates , a competent
- builder who can keep sober at least six
days out of seven each week , and will do
his duty impartially and conscien
IN ins recent discussion of the rn.ll-
roud problem , President Charles Francis
Adams , of the Union Pacific railroad ,
lias this to say of the western roads :
The railroad system of this country , 'es '
pecially of the region west of Chicago , Is
to-duy managed on principles which , mi lest-
a change of heart occurs , utul thutsoon , must.
Inevitably load to financial disaster of the
most serious kind. Tlioro Is among1 the lines
composing tuut'systom an utter disregard ot
these fundamental Ideas of truth , fair play
and fair denting which lie nt the foundation
not only of the Christian faith , but of civiliza
While Mr. Adams applies these stric
tures to the dealings of railroad imui-
agors in their relations with onoli other ,
how much more forcibly his words ap
ply to the policy of the railroads in
their contact with the people.
Conor uss hua taken a recess to Jan
uary 5 , which is n shorter time than
usual , the credit for this being duo to
the soimto. The session thus far Las been
quite u busy ono , although beyond the
the progress mnd with the souuto tariff
bill little of importance ha ? boon ac
complished. A vote or. that bill will bo
reached January 21 , according to pres
ent arrangement , unJ moan while the
republicans will probably modify the
nugar schedule. Thcro is still tulU of
sulHcicnt democratic support in the
Louse to pass the bill iu that body , but
the jroneral opinion la that there will
be no tarll ! legislation by ths present
congress. The republicans , however ,
Intend to perform v/hat they have prpai-
IBSI ) , aodlf thcra is 'allura the respon
sibility uill res ; trlth the democrats.
A conx ExmniT. AT PAWS.
The farmer * of Iho great corn bolt , in
Which Nebraska ia embraced * will bo
interested in a plan submitted to the
produce exchange and grain merchants
of Now York for a special corn exhibit
at the Paris international exhibition to
bo held next year. The idea is to erect
a separate pavilion , to bo covered in
side nnd outside with maize iu the form
of grain , car , stalk nnd sheaf , within
which will bo prepared and dispensed
free , the various articles of food made
from maize. The design of the pavil
ion would rentier it ono of the most
unique and attractive features of the
exposition , and the intention is to
have the food prepared by real southern
"Dltiuhs" nnd Now England rooks pro
ficient in making all the palatable va
riety of pones , dodgers nnd cakes that
can bo prepared from common ! . It Is
proposed that lectures shall be givnu on
the value of corn for human food and its
methods of preparation , and to dis
tribute pamphlets in various languages.
The object ot demonstrating to Eu
ropeans that wholesome , nutritious and
palatable food can bo prepared from
corn is ono ot genuine bcneliccnco.
Statistics recently obtained show that
few Europeans have become maize
eaters , nnd its value and ap
petizing qualities as food remain
almost unknown to the toiling classes
on the continent , who continue to eat
their bitter black bread or spend more
than they can ntTord for whenlon loaves.
Millions of Europeans would ba greatly
bcnefittcd could they be induced to sub
stitute , in part at least , corn bread for
the wheatcn article they now use , and
American corn raisers would also secure
a very material advantage. It is In
teresting to note that while our exportations -
tions of wheat and wheat Hour range
from twenty-five to thirty per cent of
our whole crop , the exports of corn and
corn meal are generally only two
or throe per cent of the whole
crop , and have never gone as
high as feeven per cent. A very small
part of our corn export goes to Europe ,
the larger proportion going to the
West Indies and British possessions.
Last year Germany , France and Bel
gium together imported only about six
million bushels of. our corn , and this
was principally for feeding live stock.
The commissioner of agriculture says
of this project : "Thcro is not a rail
road running through the great corn
belt of the United States , not tv produce
exchange at our principal corn aud
export centers , that is not es
pecially and directly interested as
a beneficiary in this work. If
carried out it will enhance the value of
every acre of laud in the corn belt. "
The project has the support of many
members of the New York produce ex
change , and the only difficulty in the
way of carrying it out may bo found in
securing an additional appropriation
from congress , which will bo asked for.
An endeavor will also bo made to in
duce the legislatures of the corn-grow
ing states to make appropriations for
the object , and it is quite probable that
such slates would consider the project
favorably. No other exhibit the United
States will make at Paris would proba
bly bo more- valuable in results than
that of a corn exhibit in the manner
proposed , and the project merits hearty
ANOTHER PLAN TO BE TltlED.
Thcro appears to bo a very earnest
effort making among railroad managers -
ers to arrive at some practicable plan
for putting an end to rate-cutting wara.
Tno latest plan was formulated at a
meeting of railroad men and bankcrs-in
Now York. The details are not at hand ,
but the principal loaturo of the plan ap
pears to be that in cases where the ad
ministration of a railroad manager is
found to bo unsatisfactory , with the
effect of damaging the securities of his
own and other roads , other rail
road ollicials shall bo notified of the
oiTenso nnd the offending official bo
asked to resign. There is aprotiably
some provision for dealing more or less
summarily with a manager or other
official of the class described by Mr.
Adams , in the event of his refusal to
resign , for otherwise the proposed plan
would not amount to much. A manager
who was found violating his.agreement
with other railroad oHcialsand ( bysuch
unscrupulous and unlawful means as
liavo recently been exposed , seeking to
Uvlco an uuduo advantage of his com
petitors , might bo cut off from all re
lations with them summarily boycotted
in case ho insisted upon retaining his
position after boincr asked to sur
render it ; or his road might
bo dropped from the list of the stock ex
change and ignored by the bankers
who deal in railway securities. Ob
viously a simple rcquoslj.o resign , with
no penalty for a refusal to do so , would
have no weight with the railroad
ollicials described by the president of
the Union Pacific. The plan tlrat will
keep thcso iu line , and according to
Mr. Adams , they are numarons , must
have- severe penalties and bo relent
lessly enforced. Perhaps such a plan
may result from the agitation of the
subject , without at the same time
menacing the rights and interests of
Meantime the discussion of
the question of bringing about
better relations between the
railroads and obviating rate wars grows
in interest , The public is obtaining
from it a great deal of instructive in
formation which it might not have been
possible to obtain in any other way.
The managers themselves have .turned
the light upon each other , and the dis
closures have gnno far to justify the long-
prevailing popular distrust. o ( the men
who control and maungo the vast rail
road system of the country. , The oll'oct
has certainly boon to strengthen the
public conviction of the necessity of a
htrlct and firmly enforced national reg
ulation of the railroads , and .to silence
much of thu objection that has b6cu
made to tha oxlutlng law
for this pvrpose , Thcro is a more earn
est demand than ever bufora that the
policy which Isns been entered upon
shall bo maintained anil mudij stronger1
in whiUovpr directions it may be shown
to need strength nhift , If the ruUi'ondb
can establish nnd maintain batter rota
tions between thtmuolvfp it will bo
well. Stability ia thnlr business rela
with the public would updoubt-
bo for the general welfare. All
the people require , nnd this they will
insist upon , is that there shall bo no
combinations that would jeopard the
rights and intercslsof the public. Even
Mr. Depow sees that this will not bo
TIIK refusal of the council committee
on charter revision to confer with the
committee appointed by the board of
trade , goes to show how utterly domor-
ized the present council has become
under the malign innuonco of the
coterie that makes its headquarters in n
Farnarn street saloon. These so-called
representatives of the people confer
with nobody unless ho hangs around the
bummer resort night and day. The
action of these conncilmen can have no
other tendency than to revive in the
coining legislature the disgraceful
methods by which the charter was
mutilated in the last legislature. '
Tim sympathetic message which the
sheriffs of Iowa in convention sent to
Sheriff Smith , of Birmingham , Ala. ,
who so pluckily held out against a mob
in that city , ia a recognition that the
sheriffs of the country are proud of
OTlIKIt LAXDS THAN OU1JS.
Two dispatches came from London yester
day with news from Stanley , ono of tvhlch
is perfectly cnlRUintlonl , but the other Is
plain and clear , nud shitcs Unit Henry M.
Stanley , with Kmin Pasha , him arrived in
the Aruwlni. This Is n river which Hews Into
the Congo at the head of navJKiition , nbout
twelve hundred nnd seventy nilles from the
mouth oV the great stream which Stanley has
done so much to develop ns an artery of
trndo. At the junction of the two streams ia
the native town of Ynmbrcgn , where Mn'jor
Uarthclot was stationed with 100 men
to puard the stores which Stanley In
tended to take to Emlii Hoy. Ilo wus forced
to leave the greater part behind because
Ttppoo Tib never sent the GOO porters
whom ho had promised. Hartholot was
immlorcil. and Dr. .lainlson , who succeeded
him In command at Vambrcga , died of yellow -
low fever , and this part of the expedition ,
nftor waiting for many months iu expecta
tion of news that never came , returned to
the mouth of the Conpo , nnd the white
patt of it came back to England ,
bearing news of Uarthclot's death
and tcllinR most contradictory stories
about it. News from this point should bo
true , because this is exactly whcro Stanley
would cnscigo If successful. But has this news
' really uomo from West Africa , or was it
manufactured in Lomlonl The West African
Telegraph company , to whom the dispatch is
is credited , do not send it , but claim to have
received it from St. Thomas , nn island be
longing to Portugal , in the Gulf of Guinea ,
considerably to the north of the mouth oCtho
Congo.Vithout a complete knowledge of
the telegraphic arrangements in that part of
the world , it is difficult to understand why
the dispatch should come from St. Thomas ,
and not from the Congo station of the AVcst
Africa Exploration company , who must bo
so immeasurably interested in the fate of
their chiof. Further details are promised
which , when received , may clear up n story
which at present is doubtful. The most
dubious feature U that a statement , prac
tically to the same effect , but with utterly in
comprehensible details , comes from Zanzibar
via .London , and this was. clearly manufac
Representative Huttcrworth of Cincin
nati has not earned the love or the esteem of
the Canadians by his annexation proposal.
The general drift of public opinion among
the blue-nosed Canucks is that the initiative
must come from tborn , and that all such
propositions as Mr. 13utturworth's ' simply
postpone thu time when uniou will bo possi
ble. At the same time it is certain that in
their hearts the Canadians desire It. Can
ada is at best a poor country , and that part
of it which is capable of being developed and
of attaining great prosperity is geographic
ally and commercially a unit with our own
northwest. In the concessions made to the
Canadian Pacific by the English government
a power has been given to that railroad
which maltes them virtually the rulers of
the countr.v. The exponenco of Nebraska
and of Omaha will enable the readers of TIIK
BKE to comprehend that this situation will
create , and has indeed created , an irritation
and bitterness of feeling which must inevit
ably lead to assimilation. But the request
must bo made by the party wishing to bo as
similated , for nations , like queens , must pop
the question for themselves , and must bo
the wooors. And therefore the verdict of
the northwest will undoubtedly be that Mr.
Butterworth is u blundering , * well Intcn-
tioncd booby who has outraged the suscep
tibilities of the predestined bride and de
layed the proposal which was on the lips of
the dear creature by his awkwardness.
* * -
Now that Russia Jias succeeded In obtain
ing a loan in Paris , the tone of the czar has
become more bellicose than over , and no ono
knows upon whom the sullen storm of
Slavonic war will descend. His latest throat
has been directed against the poor shah of
Persia , in splto of that potentate's change of
heart about thra Russian eonsuhita at Meshed.
The Cjsar now says that if ho does not in
stantly revoke his concession to the British ,
giving them belligerent rights In that corner
ot Persia which lies between the Khanates
subject to Russia , and Afghanistan , it will
become his painful duty to take certain steps
that may paralyze his royal brother. The
fact is that 'Russia wants to pick u quarrel
with Persia for reasons of her own Some
very awkward discoveries have boon made
in Armenia , which have annoyed the
white czar beyond measure. Armenia
formerly belonged wholly to Turkey ,
but a good sllco of It was won
by Russia , a long time ugo , and some was
added in the lust war. Hitherto it has been
universally believed in Russia that the
Armenians were devoted to the czar , and
the most reliable agents of Intrigue In Ori
ental countries wore from that nation. And
now it has been found that the whole of Ar
menia , both Russian "d Turkish , Is honey
combed with secret societies , on the model of
these established by Mazzlni , to further the
cause of a united Italy. The desire of the
Armenians is to revive n kingdom of Ar
menia. The czar hopes , by a war with the
hereditary enemies of Anuoniato , rally them
to their pristine- fidelity , and to find n vent
for those energies which were nbout to bo
turned against himself. Ho will , therefore ,
be compelled to fight both Turkey and Per-
siu , und the menaced Galllclans will breathe
more freely ,
Naples has been the lirst community to re-
tipond to the crusade against the Arabs ,
preached by Cardinal Lavlgorlo , nnd an AntiSlavery -
Slavery society has been formed there. But
the action of the dreamyj * voluptuous , art-
oving , archoiologlcal city of Naples , U not
very important , and It probably was the re
sult of an outburst of temporary piety more
rave In Naples than the eruptions of Its own
Vesuvius. It is very clear that the Qor-
nmns and the English are the only nations
really interested , nnd they have not been
able to resolve on united action , because they
ro enemies nt hoart. Old Pnnco Bismarck
has comoout with some statements , however ,
which may be tukcn as rolluctlug the senti
ments of the nation , for ho Is really a typical
German , nnd whenever a Teuton finds
himself thinking differently upon a national
question , ho hastens to reform his views , and
get himself In llnu with Germaula personi
fied by the Iron Chancellor. Bismarclc suys
that tlin whole blame far the disaster at Zan
zibar must bo ascribed to the reckless blun
dering of HID onlciulsof the East Africa
Colonial company , who treated-most injuJ-
iciou'jly both the natives aud the sultan.
Mhelrcourgoof conduct em-aged tno people
nd gnyo itrcat Jnlluenco to Uio Arab mer
chants , who , underhand , wore working for
KB outbreak , epoutully ono of thorn , who is
knpwn at U'jshlri , because ho ooinos from
Bmulro. friil * city , though nominally Per
sian , IB In rualty Arab , ] Prince Bismarck
undoubtRiUjr recommends an inland oxpocli-
iiou , aud tuuu up the situation tersely by
tUs uioiatcl tlmt Germany iuu V olther
conquer absolute supremacy , or abandon the
The Panama canal company has nc
knowlcdgcd Its bankruptcy , nud the Frcncl
government refused to shoulder its re'sponal
billlles , or to nlTonl roller. The number o
shareholders In this scheme of monumental
folly was 350,000 , almost a million , all ol
them belongic > gU ; > the lower classes. Thcro
s no nation more Industrious or moro thrift }
than thu French , nnd the success of the Suez
canal emboldened this enormous multitude
to stake the whole mass of their savings
upon the new scheme of n man whom thoi
regarded ns the greatest engineer In tin
world. The French have a proverb tha
money wounds nro not mortal , but it Is
greatly to bo feared that the wounds 1 ron
the Panama canal company's failure wll
prove an exception. This Is a worse blow to
the untlou than Iho surrender at Sedan , foi
this will strike nt the very roots of n.itiona
lifo. The French have great olasticitj
of spirit , which enables them tote
to bcnr misfortunes with actual gnvcty , hut
they have neither the doggcdnoss of thelirlt
Ish in the hour of defeat , nor the ferocious su
ponority to disaster of the Poles , und whoi
their mercurial light hcartodnoss fails them
tlioy nro In danger of utter collapse. This
was the case with the great revolution o
1J3 which wns the consequence neither o :
noble tyranny , nor of royal despotism , nor o
priestly greucl , but of bankruptcy , The
financial wheels were all clogged , and there
was an utter giving up the ghost by all par
ties concerned. Agriculturalists ceased to
labor , taxgathorer's did not oven try to col
lect tlu . Internal revenues , trailesmci
dropped their tools and harangued on the sit
uation , nnd then they nil How at each oxhor's
throats like so many wolves. The Frond
national debt has become so enormous thu
the revenues are utterly Insulllclcnt to pal
Us interest , and meet current expenses , nmi
the fall of the Panama company will , with
out any doubt plunge Franco again Into bank
ruptcy. The beginning of the end has come
Various straws in motion Indicate that
Italy Is by no means as firm in its alliance
with Germany ns Its own government is
The Berlin correspondent of the Uiritto of
Rome has been expelled from Germany be
cause his paper has shown more and more
antagonism to Germany ns the time for prob
able action has drawn nearer. Also at the
very time when all Germany is enraged
against Russia on account of the undisguised
hostility of the entire press , the nope lias
seized the opportunity to display his syuipa
thies by making remarkable concessions to
the czar. The Russian plenipotentiary ,
Mor.s. Izvolsky , was sent some time ago to
Uomo to demand the appointment of MOIIB.
Simon , Rector of the Unthollc seminary in
St. Petersburg , to the bishopric ofVilna ; to
demand the filling of the bishoprics ol
Lublin and Plasko ; nnd to obtain
the privilege of using the Russian
language in all non-liturgical services in
Little Russia nud Lithuania , These have
been granted. Also the statesmen who are
most identified with conservative politics in
Italy are strenuously urging an alliance of
fensive aud defensive between all the mem
bers of the Latin monetary league Franco ,
Italy , Spain , Switzerland nnd Belgium. The
league is simply an arrangement for the
maintenance of silver money at par , and for
the recognition of the silver money of each
country ns possessed of the same value.
Thus each of the countries belonging to this
association has a coin equivalent to our own
dollar which passes current in all of them as
money. So nt present there arc two well
defined parties in Rome , the Turin party ,
composed of the government nnd the army
who are for the Emperor William , ana the
Itomnn party headed by the pope against
him. It is the Guelfs nnd the Ghibllines
over again , anilVii the long run the pope will
All's well that ends well. The president
of Hayti , Legitune , has not waited for the
arrival of the Galena , the Ynntic and the
Richmond to surrender the Haytien Republic ,
but has sent her homo under her own cap
tain , aud a crew sent down especially for
the purpose by the Atlas steamship company.
The .steamer people were very wise , and
'Legitiine also Blidvcd ( < a level head , for if , he
hntl surrendcro'irtho vessel to n hostile force ,
his rival Hlppolyto would have hold the age ,
fo to speak , and his own supporters would
have deserted him. Whereas now when the
three American terrors steam into the har
bor of Port-au-Prince and run up their Hags ,
and run out their cannon , there will be in
vitations and libations and fraternizations ,
nnd ev.ery man , officer and boy in the three
steamers will spend his last coin In the
port , with the result that there will
bo moro ready money iu the place
than was over known ueforo. This
will greatly strengthen Legitimo's adminis
tration , and will rally to him the doubtful
people who always wait until events have
happened before they declare themselves.
Also it will make the Americans zealous for
Lcgitimo nnd opposed to Hippolyto. But the
Atlas company has been the smartest. If
the government had rescued the Haytien
Ilcpublique , she would not have been
turned over to the owners for a dog's age ,
and there would have been a bill of expense
which would have been terrifying. Now
there is nothing to paywhat bliss 1 And the
steamer can go at once into the coffee busi
ness , as Innocently as If her hold had never
boon polluted by cartridges und rilles and
other contraband of war. But how grateful
the Atlas Co. must bo that the government
corvettes uro so slow , for otherwise they
would have been too late.
No Santa Glaus For Them.
Gtulii-Dcinocrftt , '
No Santa Glaus for democrats this year.
The old man is in better business.
T ifH Not Water.
M. do Lessens was affected to copious
tears In his interview with his stockholders ,
and more water stood in his eyes than will
over stand In his Panama canal.
Hale niul Hourly ut TO.
Illinois \vas seventy years old on Monday
a very supple , healthy , promising septuagen
arian , with a great deal of colic In the Chicago
cage corner , but otherwise healthy. The
prairie region Is beginning to cut Its teeth.
Tlio ISailro.uls in Wisconsin ,
That railroads nro dangerous In moro
senses than ono is evidenced in the way the
Undijer state has sharpened Its claws to fight
them. The governor of Wisconsin Is a
granger ; the Wisconsin legislature is as full
of farmers as a pin cushion of pins or a
strawstack of straw ; and they propose to
bring the rascals of the rusty rails to terms.
A Grniul Iili-u , Hut Impracticable.
l\'cir \ Yorls World.
It is grand , this Idea of a big municipality
composed of New York and Hrooklyn. It
would bring us up at once , without waiting
another ton or twchty years , to the slzo of
Paris and nearly that of London. Hut there
nro clouds In every Bky. Imagine New York
with a board of ahlormen increased by the
addition ol a scoreor so of city fathers owing
their positions to the favor of the Hrooklyn
political bosses ! . j (
Talula CommtrcM ,
i < /t. .
fi * * *
TUB UNITE ! " STATES SENATE IN 1003 ,
H'rtU Strut New * ,
A man may shop from morn tiil night ,
From now till Christmas day ,
But ho can't got n bargain like his wife ,
Because ho ain't built that way ,
And now the question Is , did Harrison post
} ' . T. Barnum drinks no wlnos , but bo has
a great fondness for Bridge-port.
Dom Pedro , emperor of Brazil , has been
enjoying very good health since ho returned
Admiral Luce will bo placed on the retired
list next ironth. Ills successor will bo cither
.Commodore Harmony or Commodore Ben-
Now is it . ssertcd that "Tom" Platt is to
bo secretary'of the navy. His alienee on the
subject Is considered nothing moru than H
licprcsontntlvo Henry Cabot Lodge Is
nbout through with the second nnd final vol
ume of the life of Georgu Washington , for
the Statesmen series.
"Mine" Kelly , the base ball star , is to re.
reive $1,000 for two weens' work ns nn actor ,
hostile * the present of n hnmlsomo overcoat ,
Ho will earn the overcoat in nil probability.
First Assistant Postmaster General Steven
son will turn over his ofllcc on March 4 nnd
turn to the practice of law nt his homo In
Bloomlngton , 111. Mr , llnyne , his chlnf
clerk , will become n member of the Inw firm
ot M. H. Day & Co. , nt Rapid City , Uak.
Count Herbert Bismarck made his maiden
speech In the rclchstng last Friday , Unlike
his father , ho drank no brandy during the
thirty minutes ho was addressing his col-
Ic'ngtics. But he resembled his sire In his
delivery. His voice , enunciation , gestures
nnd abrupt method were much like these of
the elder Bismarck.
STATI3 AM ) TKUlUTOttY.
The prohibition town of Union imports its
Whisky with n "lubricating oil" brand.
A Woman's Relief Corps has boon organ
ized nt Beaver City with twenty members ,
The IJoWitt elevators tire so full of corn
tlmt many loads have to bo refused for lack
Sneak thieves are getting In their work nt
Plum Creek , nnd so nro the police. A num
ber of arrests have been made.
'J'lio United Brethren church at Nebraska
City has liepii dedicated. It is free of debt
and there Is a surplus In the treasury.
MissMnmloB. Lyday , ono of the best
known society young ladies of Beatrice , wus
married on Thursday , to R. P. Smith , of
Houston , Tex.
Two members of General Harrison's old
regiment reside nt Beaver City , and there is
talk of raising a purse to enable them to at
tend the inauguration ceremonies.
The business men of North Platte have or
ganized a club for the double purpose of ad
vancing the interests of the city and social
enjoyment. An elegiint suit of rooms will befitted
fitted up by the new organization.
In chronicling the failure of J. B. Foot , lit
North Bend , THE BEI : credited the First Na
tional bank of that place with holding n 11 rat
mortgage on the stock. This was an error ,
the mortgage being held by the Bank of
A queer suit was decided nt Kearney the
other day. A young man hired to work two
\vooks for u farmer. At the expiration of
four days the young man quit on account of
sickness. Ho brought action to recover his
wages , und lost his case , besides having to
pay : jy per day to the farmer for hunting an
The little son of James Stoddard , of Bene
dict , unset n lamp , breaking it and setting
fire to the carpet. Mrs. Stoddard ran ou
with the child and then went back to put th < _
fire out , when her dress caught , nnd she again
ran out turn jumped into a tub of water. Her
hair was badly singed mid she was badly
burned. Her presence of mind nnd the early
arrival of her husband and one of the neigh
bors saved her and the child and the house
from burning up.
A five-foot car was taken from the river nt
Muscatine n few days ago ,
After n wedded life of sixty-two years , Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin Nagle , of Polk county
declare that marriage is not n failure.
Luther Blood , a boy ol twenty , living near
Rouwiok , Humboldt county , forged a note
for ? 160 to raise money with which to marry
a school teacher. The officers have been un
able to capture him yet.
The Rev. Dr. Reid , of Mason , has returned
homo from the western coast of Africa ,
where ho has been as a missionary. He was
reported some time ago to have been eaten
by cannibals on the coast of Africa.
The programme for the twenty-third an
nual session of the State Horticultural so
ciety , which convenes nt DCS Monies JniiU'
ary 15 , 10 and 17 , is elaborate aud interest
ing , und the meeting promises to be highly
instructive to those who attend.
J. Hummel , a Waterloo printer , has a lieu
that is a stayer. She was covered over last
summer with hay when the barn was filled ,
and Saturday , when the hay was removed ,
she was found still sitting on the nest. She
is totally blind , but otherwise in good con
A letter has been received from Thomas R.
Gaston , of Dix , 111. , who wishes to know if
L. Cornwall , who is a farmer near Demson ,
Iu. , was u member of company C , Twenty-
second Illinois infantry. If ho is the same
man , n number of his relatives in Jefferson
county , Illinois , would like to hoar from him.
C. C. Horn was shot whilp working iu his
field near South English , the other day. A
young man approached him nnd uskcd him if
lip wanted to hire n hand. Mr. Horn told
him where he would be likely to get work ,
und then started to resume his work , when
the man shot him just behind the loft oar ,
and then ran away. Ho is still at large. It
is thought the assailant was insane.
Madison will soon have n board of trade.
Register of Deeds Gantz , of Rapid City , is
in London on business connected with the
The Black Hills pioneers are to moot at
Dead wood January 8 , to form a regular or
Graton wants Brown county split up into
three parts , with Graton for the county seat
of onoof , the thirds.
Over forty-five conversions have been
made tit a revival In the M. E. church , at
Scotland , during the past week.
Two car loads of buffaloes on their way
from Canada to Kansas , wore unloaded at
Grand Forks for rest. Three died.
Winter Is so late in coming tlmt the young
people of Onlda have organized a Inwn tennis
club and arc calculating on lots of fun before
cold weather arrives.
There is talk of reorganizing the hut of the
Oriental Order of Humility nt Sioux Falls.
Thcro are nbout 2JO members in that city and
fully fifty who are desirous of Joining.
John Fogloburg. of Grand Forks , worked
up cases against about thirty saloon men in
Grai.d Forks county for violation of the local
option law. On Saturday Fogloburg disap
peared , telling his friends ho would bo back
on Monday. Nothing has since been scon of
him , and it Is supposed ho loft for good , after
being well paid by the saloon men. If ho
cannot bo found the county is liable to lose
several thousand dollars in fines.
Something to Loam Yet.
Chicago Tribune : Young physicitin
( at a consultation ) I have no hesitation
in pronouncing the disease nnaginn
pectoris complicated with muscular
Old physician You haven't , hey ?
Young man. when you have boon prac
ticing forty years you will have learned
how to hesitate , sir. It is important in
i case of this kind , sir , to hesitate'and
It is also moro professional , sir. "
Young physician May I ask you , sir ,
what your opinion is of the disease ?
Old physician ( impressively ) The
disease , sir , is muscular atrophy , com
plicated with angina pootoris.
Young physician ( humbly ) Yes , sir.
A Slow Trill n.
Philadelphia Record : Judge The
aIIroad conductors , engineers and
Lirakomen all testify that the train on
which you worn a passenger was moving
it the time of the accident at the rate
of forty-livo or fifty miles an hour , yet
you insist tlmt it was only going about
, hroo miles an hour.
Witness Well , maybe it was going a
ittlo faster than that , but it didn't
seem to bo.
"What was the object of vour jour-
"I was on my way across the atut j to
neot my best girl , whom I hadn't jeen
for six months. "
I'arlHlau Dyiininltiir * .
PARIS , Deo. 21. An nttompt Uft neon
nade , to blow up the oftloo of the
of polica with a dynamlto bomb.
SOME GEMS FROM SAM JONES ,
Kxtrnota From a Rooout Addroas iu
HE ADMIRES THE GARDEN CITY ,
But. Thinks It's Terribly AYlckctl
rinco nnd Hoyontl n Doubt the
Champion Divorce Milt
How Ho Docs Hate Dmlcs t
Kor. Sam .Tones appeared In Chicago
Thursday night with n now lecture chuck
full of now slang , nnd 1,500 people paid 50
cents eneli to pet Into Mattery 1) to hear it ,
lie announced the RUbjoct of his lecture ns
"Get ihcre , with the Kit left off , of course ,
because , as you all know , I am constitu
tionally opposed to using slang. " The thread
ol the lecture upon which the many slang ex
pressions , funny illustrations , and occasional
pathetic Incidents wcro strung together , was
simply a parnphraslng of the Idea that true
success In lifo is only to bo attained through
earnest , honest and conscientious endeavor.
Some of the characteristic slung illustrations
and expressions which worn used are these :
"Tho dude and the dudccn are the highest
typo of modern society. The Almighty never
dreamed of a dude when ho created Adam ,
and the whole business has got thu stnrt of
xho plan of creation. A dude is a little
pimple on the body of society , indicating that
Its blood is out of order. Did you never
wnho up in the morning with a llltlo white
pimple on your face ) Well , that pltnplo is a
dude nnd whou you squeeze It It is n du
"Hell itself is only selllshness on nro. "
"There's such n thing as getting thcro po
litically , but it doesn't amount to much. I've
been down in Kentucky and Tennessee a
good deal lately nnd they nro all in mourning
ilown there. 1 ain't ' shouting much myself.
My man got badly left. Hut we're trotting
over it and arc looking forward to four years
of prosperity under General Harrison. If
we can't got puddiifg wo'll ' take pie and try
to make out wo like it best. I'd rather bo n
preacher of the gospel than bo president.
The Job lasts longer. "
"There nro some real men In the world ,
but thcro are also a lot of these little fellers.
A fly can sit on the nose of ono of them and
paw in ono cyo and kick in the other. You
can put 100 of such little fellows in u sardine
box , put a 1 cent stamp ou it nud send them
anywhere by mall. "
"You hear some of these old Christians
singing 'Oh , to Ho Nothing.1 Yes , old man
No'.hing goiiiK nowhere and old woman Noth
ing going with him. What do you want , to
bo nothing for ? How can God crown noth
ing , and how can nothing play ou n harp ! "
"Never were there so many people simply
trying to liavo a good time , to enjoy hog
heaven plenty to cat and nothing to do. Th
highest nmbition of nine out. of ten girls is to
dance. There is some good in eating , bu
my ! my I my ! what good Is there In cutting
u pigeon wing with thu arm of a dudu urouni
"I don't believe wo came from tadpoles am
monkeys , but I do think many of us an
headed that way now. "
"You can never put gambling out of Chi
capo until you put progressive cuchro out ol
your parlors. You never play progressive
cuchro without playing for something , am
when you get up from the table , whether
you win or lose , you arc as aiuch of a block ,
leg gambler in the sight of God as is any
faro or poker player in Chicago. "
"I never did have but one objection to a
saloonkeeiwr , and that's the same one I'vo
got against a house , nud that's because of the
way ho gets his living off the heads of fuini-
"I think a barkeeper will feel very comfortable
fortablo in hell with n lot of you Methodist
and Baptists all about him. "
"I admire Chicago because its alive ; but
you'vegot enough hell in this town to star
n branch oftice of damnation , nnd you've ' go' '
plenty of men ready and lit to tuko the pluct
of the devil in running it , and good locations
for the olll tcou nearly every corner. "
"If nn angel should come down from
heaven and announce that not another man
would die in Chicago for 100 years , and yet
believed it , not a preacher in town coulil
got a salary above $5 a year. "
"Tho meanest pcoplo are In the church.
They pack their pastor in an ice box for n
year , nnd they grumble because ho don't
"Tho more dignity a man gets the nearoi
dead ho is. A dead man is the most dignillci ;
animal I know of. "
"Tho people complain of being priest-rid-
den , but , excepting in Illinois , of course ,
there's not a preacher who can't bo ridden.
13ut here's one they don't ride. They come
up and put their foot in the stirrup , and the
llrst thing they know , when the dust has
blown away , I'll bo standing at the trough
eating , with ono of their galluses wound
around ono of my hind legs , and they won't
know what's happened to thorn. There's not
a church in the country that would Imvo mo
for its pastor , and not ono I'd ' liavo for my
"I like physical courage. Do as the Quaker
did , turn both cheeks to boslappcdfnndwhen
you've got the bible on a man , then pitch in
and whip him till his wife don't know him. "
"Whom God hath joined together let no
man put asunder , and whom the devil hath
joined together let them come to Chicago.
More people can get unjoined quicker in Chi-
capo than in any place 1 over heard of. "
"Don't stop making love to your wife when
you have married hor. Put your arms around
her once in while nnd tell her : 'You dear old
tiling , you nro the sweetest old thing I ever
knew. ' Some of you will have to toll a lie to
say it , but tell the lie once In a while and
your homo will bu happier. "
TIIK XJ3W KNGIjANOHRS.
A I ton nt il'ii I Spread anil
SpecciiRRnt IjiiHt Nl lit'fl
Two hundred nnd fifty hiippy faces framed
the tables that groaned with Now England
delicacies in the parlors of the St. Mary's
avenue church last night. It wus the cvo of
Forefather's day , nnd the rod-borried holly
( scattered over the snowy table cloths , or
worn uliko by the ladies nnd gentlemen
present , told that it was being colobrutod.
Wax candles Illuminated the tables us In days
of yore , but their dim light was lost In the
brighter gleam of the gas that is needed to
make n modern onlortainmont a success.
But lust night's festival would have been n
succusi without the aid of gas. It was under
thouuaplccsof the Omaha Congregational
union , nnd knowing what best would please
their guubts , the union loft the preparation
of the supper to Iho ludica of the church. It ,
too , was of the Now England style , und
chicken pie , Boston beans , pump
kin pie and all eatables nocossury
to give it tune and character wore thoru In
profusion , serving to put the guests in the
proper frame of mind to thoroughly enjoy
the programme that followed. The Hev.
Wlllard Scott , pastor of the church , pro-
Bided , and in a few well uhnsen remarks In
troduced as the first speaker Mayor Broatch ,
who had for hl& thomu the "Evolution of the
Connecticut Blno Laws. " He had hoard of
then ami road of them , and found In an old
edition of the Encyclopedia American thutns
quoted there thuy seamed to bu too ludlurmis
to bo true. Thuy attached the death uunully
to the worship of unj other god than thuuno
they adored , to bluaphumy , stealing , witch
craft , bearing fulso witness , and In cursinu-
of parciitn by n son over sixteen yuars uf agu.
As a rule thuy were not mi forced , but wuro
put on record to bo used in case of necessity.
Tra.lltion pointed out that theselawa und thn
plantationcovunautorlslimtoil In New Haven.
The one thing to bo considered now was Hint
lawn bhould Uo rcuhoniiblu If they u'cro to bo
obeyed. There wcro some In Nnbrasita
like that which prohibit * tro.ittng -
which , wlillo KOOI I" themsclviH , could
not bo enforced. it the Inwa
wora to l-B respected. Irtgislutora bliotilu put
none on the ( statute booUn which It was iin-
possible to enforce. The authorities , how
vur , arft not always to blame. Chief Stuvuy
hail recently bten on u tuiir of luspeiUkm ,
and anioNir other thins * , Ino.uirstl into the
workings of lisa liquor Inw. Ai ICaiuan KHy
he wan told tha front door * of ihc
were lo ed on Surusy. but Jfiftt It
talco 4,000 policemen to loolc after the baoV
In OmixhaJ it was different , ami in closing
his remarks , ho said :
"I know what the bolter clement re'qiitro
of me , nnd I trust thnt before Igo out ot
office I will bo nblo to fulfill these roquiro-
Nov. A. H. Thraln , of Gnlciburp opoko
humorously of "i'lio "
Yankee. and explained
thnt ho only missed being ono by nbout two
hundred nnd twenty-live years , having boon
born in Scotland. The Yankee , ns ho know
him , wns born down cast , und , although ho
cunto Into the world ns n baby , wns never
young. As ho took nn Inventory of his
baby clothes there was Kpooulnllon In his
eye , nud ho looked nt his crib nn though to
nnk , "How much did It cost I " Ho climbed
from his crib nnd clamored for boots , niul
spent Ills boyhood duys In trailing tops and
strings. Ho cut his eye teeth sooner than
nny other mortal , and wns scon nt his
best In Iho oearoh for the dollar ,
As n pedillor , ho Imd few equals nnd no su-
pcrlor * , nnd nsnu Insnranco agent ho could
nlmo.st persuade u coriisu to tnko out n lifo
| XHey. As n lightning-rod agent he was
smarter than Iho lUhtning llsclf. Ho lind
cut uown Iho forcslM till HIP earth wns bald ,
nnd had roofed tno full * of St. Anthony till
the stream rarrled dollars to his eoCTnrs , Ho
came west ni a farmer , but If the soil win
too poor ho became u cuttle raiser , nnd If
poorer at 111 ho wus found us a miner. If It
wns too poor to bo farmed , mined or used ni
grazing grounds , ho would stnlso It , off
in nn liuilnn rpwvntlon. Ho closed
with an eloquent peroration in which ho said
that the safety of the hind depended on thu
Now England element and thu American
Miss Lizzie Pcnnoll then sang of our
"Great Grandmothers , " In n style that won
a well deserved encore.
The Hon. W. .1. Council thought the time
nnd place n fitting ono In which to extend u
greeting from the ( ircrn mountains to the
grcon prairies. Althciigh not n Vennontor ,
lie had married n genuine Vermont girl. Ho
then drew a word picture of thu New Eng-
Inndcr In his prairie home , and among other
things predicted the admission of Dakota to
statehood soon nftcr March 4.
The Kov. L. f. Berry , of Fremont , told of
the Now England deacon ns ho knew liliu1
n coni | > oslte creuture , different from nil
other dcucons. Formerly ho was a man of
mature years niul npo i xpoi lonec , now ho Is
a man of business ns well ns of religion , nnd
quite ns liable to drive n last horse ns Ills
pastor. But Now England had a
right to be proud of her deacons.
As ho could remember thorn tuoro
wus the dcaron xvilh the deep voice , nud thu
ono that could say grace and get to the carv
ing knife quicker than any other mini ho
'know. Thcro wns the old man , the friend of
the young , nnd there was the deacon that
could never keep u scernt , but stnek to his
pastor through thick and thin , There was
the punctilious deacon , who never mlxiMl hi.s
religion with his business , but always know
when his rents were duo ; the obstinate
deacon , the progressive euchre doncon ,
nml the heresy hunting deacon. There
were nil kinds of deacons , and though
those he spoke of were long since
Ocad , there wore others still like them filling
their vacant chairs.
Miss Georgia P. Boulter then rendered a. .
musical selection suitable to the ocoaslou ,
and received n hearty encore.
Prof. Lewis was unable to bo present to
toll of Now"Englu"d Puritans in Literature , "
and as the hour was growing late short
speeches were made by Messrs. C. S. Chusc ,
W. H. Alexander and 1. , f. Manatt , of Lin
Miss itenh B. Wllcox , of Kansas , niado
many admirers by her excellent rendering of
: i solo , and in response to an nncore , gnvonsc-
lection from "Marguerite. " Mr. JayNorthup
sang thu tenor solo , "Tho Pilgrim leathers. "
nnd the Now England banquet was over.
The story of "Daddy Nolan" is simple , in
teresting , and easily told. An Irishman , \ > y
means of lunnblu though honest effort , rises
to wealth nnd social position. His son la
charged with a crime and banished from the
father's home. The father , mother and
daughter-in-law return to their former siuiplo
statc.tho first mentioned embracing his old av
ocation of a carter. In this way ho pays off tha
indebtedness which his son's alleged crime
has imposed upon him , Five years elapse ,
the father's obdurate heart softens toward
his absent boy , especially when ho
observes tliut the hitter gives evi
dence of penitence and reform ,
A meeting takes place , an explanation it
mudo , a reconciliation is effected and tlm
family is reunited in a homo which the son's
providence and filial gratitude have prompted
him to provide. It is n story whiuh has boon
told thousands of times In active lifo in every
port of the world. It readily olidts nnd re
tains the sympathicsof the average audience.
It Is rendered doubly alTecting by the unfold
ing it receives throimh Daniel Sully's im
personation of thu father , Daddy Nolan.
The star uoos not appear to act. Ho seems
the character ho enacts in method us well UH
In appearance. Ho is an Irishman as
well in the drawing-room us in tha
kitchen of his homely cottage , and such
an Irishman as may bo seen in numbers
wherever Irishmen are found. Ho Is in
dustrious , affectionate , witty and lunost , aud
his voice , whllecusily conducing to laughter ,
may almost us r cadily move to tears. Ho Is
supported by a company of requisite strength ,
the leading mamhon ; of which are Max
Arnold , Con Malvoy , Mrs. ICueass and M'lle.
Ar/ula. Young Malvoy's is an admirable im
personation of thu mischievous , ye.t dutiful
lad , with whoso pranks u person may bo dis
pleased for but a moment , only ut a timo.
The audience wus highly entertained and
seemed disposed to mnko allowance for some
improbable situations which , in their ex
aggeration , however , conduced to almost con
tinued laughter nnd npplauso.
Bliot and Killed n
Tucsos , Ariz. , Dec. ! 2I. At Port Grant ,
Corporal William Wellington , of troop M ,
Tenth Unitud States cavalry , yostcrdny Hhol ,
anil mortallywoundcil Sergeant Jamos.
LITTLE MARY CECILIA BRUNOLD
HUH JiiHi lxuii Citrod nl'tlio w ir.il I5o
7inn over HOCII by tli'j duoiori wlio
tnntcil tier. Kroni htii > l to
IIKIHH of'dlHcnHiiil Hid n. Scvtirol liliy-
HlcliuiH. n median ! uollnuo , anil all
rmnnillcB rait. Cured l > y Ciuluurn
My llttloilnuJitor , Mury ccrilln lirunoUl , was
nllllctuil with tiui worst rumi ol' ucziinui over ueun
by the doctor * ) who treated hor. Shu was lltor-
ally covered from head to root wit hscntw. Tlieso
Phyalcians tried Iholr best to euro hor. but I liu-
llovfl they wcroonlytixjiprlmontlnc. 'I1i y ki'pt
on oxpcrhnuntln' , ' for over tun niontliM , but , In-
fitoad of trotting better tliu child got uorse , uud
I did nut Know what courio : to pursuit. My wlfo
tookhur , uflnr wohnil ( mid all WH could ulli.rd for
medical treatment , to a iRoilli'iii college wliera
there worn nomotivunty orthlitydoetors afpom-
bind , butlluicuhubatlloiltlKimml. Mywlfiihad
to go ivory ( lay , und aonictlnu'H Uvleumlny , In
fuel the mi'dlchio tlioy KIIVU my ehlld did not
liavn tlint ; l < > not , even It tliuiij wuaniiy vlrtu in
It , It wan cliuugod no of tun by 01 iler of tan ilovturH.
'J'lio latter part iifjanunry , iitlfrovorytlilntjlmd
fiilli-d , Knd patience nnd irionny More both ox-
hunzted , I made up my mind to < iiilt all ilociyrli.x
nnd try the tiriiiitt ! IlKmnm.1.- 1 dfd to , an.l
now , I can say Hint my tlauchttrlHCiireil. * oiind
In hitutth , ami wull , to DID Hiirprli.t ) of humlivOH ,
Tlio ilrntrulst , Mr. If , 31. Kructfur , coriiPrfJlwa-
lean and Ijivlng A venues who nold us the Cirri-
ci in HI.MEIIIIH ; ; li n * inm-huKtonUhudiiH unyot
IB. The CUTIUIMIA KKMDIIICH liavo workml u
* cure , and wo liavo IIKOI ! lint n Illllii
nero llcan tlirco fniirUiiofuli'/iHu'if I'I'
IlKNOiiVKN'r , aud n piopurtluTiiite amount o !
CtJTiUiuiiwliTiri.'iiAS ! ( ; ; < iAi- . 1 nm ivudv ot
my tliiiD to iniihi ; iillliluv.il lial r.iyilaaxliler luul
Jio\vor teaBi > ' > ffCi' < iiin.i ltJi ifoi > * , ors ai.d all
ftUnilt , tivtirnoonlii this city , mid Unit uliu ha < l
x-dii cm-oil solely by the C'UTJIUIIIA Iti.vn.niiK ,
ul lor HID l < oat ii'iytilclaji * arid miK-tllii fallod.
I tluill IM ( 'U'I ' lo iiiivu uny otvi uill iiio-j | or
vrltnmo wlifiliib H child f.lmllury ullllcio.l , or
uiy person who IK trouble ) with a H'On illntif/o ,
hat ho 11111 ? bet * for hlmsulf what your ( "irnui , u\
IKMIIII : > .S hive : done , I < ! o tula lu imUltmlnfor
hoeuri ) that hai buonrll'rrlortliiMyclillrtacaHO ,
I'llA'J. II. llaUNOM ) ,
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