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THE OMAHA. DAILY BIftE : THURSDAY. APRIL 4 , 1889 ;
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Tins bonds of the paving contractors
should bo made iron-clnd.
FiiOM all accounts the municipal elec
tion at Soutli Omaha was exciting , if it
\rus not dignified.
THE activity of Congressman Dorsoy
promises to relieve the Third district
democrats of the cares of office within
TWENTY-ONE thousand children of
eohool ago 'in Omaha indicate a popu
lation approximating ono hundred and
TUB board of education advanced
twenty-five thousand dollars for rooms
in the city hall. It should have a voice
in the choice of its rooms.
MUNICIPAL , elections in several
states , together with high winds and
destructive prairie fires , made the 2d
, of April a hot and memorable day.
UNLESS the consolidated companies
and the motor como to terms pretty
soon , every section of the city will bo
overwhelmed with street car facilities.
BISMARCK has developed unusual in
terest in the condition of the American
navy. An inventory will show that
there are a few more men-of-war ripe
for the Apia way.
MAYOU ROOIIU of Chicago was the
victim of monopoly influence. Tr7o
street car corporations openly worked
for his re-election and brought about an
PAJITY lines were completely broken
down iii the local elections through the
state. It was men and measures which
carried , the day , a sign which speaks
wpll for the intelligence of the voter.
THE council investigating committee
found nothing in the subway testimony
worthy of credence. The quality of the
lie was so stiong and varied that truth
was burned to the roots. A unanimous
aye greeted the report on approval.
THE Mexican congress has rocon-
Bidorod its action prohibiting American
lard from Mexico by deciding to admit
it subject to inspection. Chicago and
Kansas City will herewith take warn
ing that cotton seed oil is no longer
THE board of public works has
adopted a rule depriving chairman Bal-
oombo of the right to gather himself
together at night and grant privileges
to favored corporations , Hereafter re
quests for permits to tear up streets will
bo filed for forty-eight hours.
POSTMASTUK GKNUHAL > NAM A.KKK
has incurred the displeasure of Senator
Gorman , the boss spoilsman of Mury-
" land , by removing his brother from
ofHco. This is a cftiol thrust at ono of
Jho democrats whoso submersion in the
tureen last fall contributed much to the
defeat of Cleveland.
THK adjournment of the Colorado
legislature is pronounced by the Denver
Jfcjwblfcuu ' 'a good vidilanco. " It was
a collection of shameless jobbers who
plucked the state from beginning to
end. The best 'act o.f its ctu-oor was
that which put an end to its miserable
THK torrihlo prairlo llrcs prevailing
in "Dakota have already wrought au im
mense amount of ilamngo to farm prop
erty. The savings of years of toll hiivo
Ieon ) swept away , and hundreds of
people rendered homeless. It is un
fortunate that farmers invite these
, cylonesol flame by their negligence.
The ordinary precaution of plowing
around their homos and outbuildings in
OTorlooliod , and a ilre once started en
counters no obstacle In its path of ruin.
IT now transpires that the Sixth ward
republican club had nothing to do olll-
'oinlly with the meeting hold Monday
evening to discuss the new postotlico
location. Mr. Kelsey , the secretary of
the club , said to-day that ho or the
president had no knowledge of the
mooting , and that they declined to beheld
hold responsible for it. This interest
ing fact makes It tnoro evident that the
jnmboroo waa cooked up by a low ward
rounders to enable them to vent their
eploon. Thorn wore only twenty men
present at'tho mooting.
The municipal elections hold in the
etato last Tuesday , furnish strong proof
of the growth of high license pcnll-
monts among the people. Returns from
about forty cities and towns , where Iho
issue was equavoly rondo between license
and no license , show that only six pro
nounced for prohibition. Of this insig
nificant number , four had prohibition
in fo-co for years past , and two llrod of
license. Out of the remaining thirty-
four , six had tried prohibition last
year , and declared for license this yonr.
In two towns , whoso tnisrcprosontnllvos
In the legislature assisted in precipi
tating submission on the state , the
voters almost unanimously declared for
license as a rcbuko to treachery.
These figures are full of significance.
While not sufficiently complete to war
rant n close analysis of public fooling
throughout the state , they indicate that
the drift of opinion is strongly In favor
of license and regulation. Last year
the question was put to a vote In over
sixty communities , and forty-seven ren
dered a verdict ngntnst prohibition.
Nine of the towns which had tried It
the previous yonr , returned to license ,
while only three discarded license for
The high license towns and cities
represent the intelligence , wealth ,
population , enterprise nnd business
activity of the stato. They nro the
vital organs of commerce and trade ,
and furnish the life-blood of the com
monwealth. The assertion that they
are controlled by the liquor interest is
absurdly false. They clearly see the
abortive efforts ot surrounding states
to enforce prohibition , and
the disastrous results to the
prosperity of the people. The de
struction of millions of property with
out compensation , the increase in the
number of unemployed , the material re
duction of crop and properly values , and
the strifes which invariably follow the
attempt to enforce prohibition , nro
alike disastrous to town and country ,
without materially checking , the evil
of drink. Instead of license and regu
lation it is free whisky. To change
this condition means a burdensome in
crease in taxes without any compensat
The progressive townspeople of the
state by their votes affirm the beneficial
results of high license. They prefer a
system of regulation and restraint which
limits the traffic , to tearing down the
flood gates of free rum , and turning
loose on the pcoplo a gang of spies and
HENRI' M. STANLEY.
A story of adventure in real life , moro
thrilling than any which over emanated
from the brain of any- writer of fiction ,
i& presented in the letter just received
from Henry M. Stanley and cjibled from
London to TIIU BEE , It is the first au
thentic news which has been received
from the great African explorer since
ho left the outskirts of civilization and
plunged into the heart of the Dark Con
tinent in search of Emin Pasha.
The letter in itself is a remarkable
production. Its graphic description of
the trials and miseries of 0tho march ,
the losses by death and desertion , the
bold defense against assaults by savage
foes , all go to show the heroic stuff of
which the leader of the expedition is
made. But added to these heroic quali
ties , Henry M. Stanley possesses perse
verance , a dogged determination not to
allow his plans to bo overthrown oven
when fate seems against him. The joy
nud hope which filled the explorer
upon reaching the long-sought Emin
was moro than counterbalanced by the
disheartening news of the terrific
wreck ( if the rear column on which he
was depending for reinforcements.
No wonder he was discouraged. But
in spite of it all , ho returned to his
work moro than over determined to
accomplish the object of his expedition.
And the last lines of his letter would
indicate that ho is bound to win.
The region traversed by Stanley , of
which ho gives just enough description
to awaken a desire for more , will make
a material and most intorestinf addi
tion to the knowledge already possessed
regarding Africa. Curiosity will bo
excited to learn moro of the vast forest
in which the explorer and his band
wandered for ono hundred and sixty
days , and which covers an area greater
than half a dozen states of the size of
Nebraska. A description of the now
tribes ho encountered , all speaking u
distinct language , will also bo road with
a keen interest , as , In short , will all the
details of this most remarkable journey ,
occupying fourteen months and filled
with experiences only to bo hud in such
a land. The success of Stanley places
him at the head of the list of African
explorers , if there was over any ques
tion before respoctlng his right , to that
position , and the whole * otviliseu world
will accord 'him the praise ho has so
A GROUND von COWLAIXT.
The rattle and hog growers of west
ern Iowa find a profitable market for
their stock at South Omaha and in
variably favor shipping to Omaha in
preference to Chicago. The railroads ,
however , persist in discouraging this
trade by neglecting to run regular stock
trains to the Missouri rlvor from inter
ior points of Iowa.
The reason of this is plain. It is to
their advantage to carry live stock to
Chicago and benefit by the long haul.
In consequence obstacles of all kinds
are thrown in the way of shippers , nnd
cattle which would bo sent to Omaha
are diverted to Chicago. This is a dis
crimination to the detriment ot the
Iowa farmoru as well as the stock buyers
und packing houses at this point , Defi
nite action must bo taktin b'y the In
terests involved to romcdy this matter.
The remonstrances to the railroads
hnvo so far proven of llttlo avail. They
hare repeatedly promised to glvo these
shippers to Omaha Improved facilities
but the discrimination if anything has
boon aggravated , Patience has ceased
to bo a vlrtuo , and permanent relief
can be expected only from a deter
mination to bring these railroads to
It behooves the farmers and cuttle
growers of western Iowa to unlto in an
appeal to their sttita board of trans
portation for redress. It should bo
brought lolho attention of this railroad
commission that the roads centering in
Chicago divert live stock to that city.
Omaha is not the only sufferer from
this discrimination. Lincoln nnd Ne
braska City in this state , Oltu'mwa ,
Cedar Rapids , Sioux City and other
porlc packing towns in Iowa nro crip
pled in their operations owing to the
limited territory from which they can
draw their cnttlo and hog supplies. It
should bo Iho privilege of thu farmers
and stock growers of Iowa to ship to
that market which offers the best in
ducements , nnd for that reason they
nro justified In asking through their
state board of transportation for rea
sonable transportation facilities to the
Omaha is entering on a season of un
common activity In all branches. Pub
lic works are bolng pushed as rapidly
nspossible , nnd private enterprise keeps
pnco with the general forward move
ment , l root of this Is found in now
buildings planned nnd under way in
every section of the city. Homo and
foroigncapltal Is going into business
blocks and homos , and greater confi
dence prevails in business circles than
at any time in the history of the city.
The energy displayed by the street
car companies is nn evidence of the un
shaken confidence ot homo capital in the
future of Omaha. The now consolidated
company , closely pressed by the motor ,
proposes to smash the building record
this year. The plans outlined cover
Sixteenth from Florence to the southern
limits of the city , Tenth and Eleventh
streets , a branch of the cable line to
the park , and a line to South Omaha on
Twentieth or Twenty-fourth streets.
The motor people propose to extend
south of the railroads to ttio city limits ,
nnd make a complete circuit of the
north from Sixteenth street to Lowe
Thc&o extensions will not only prove
beneficial in the expenditures of vast
sums of money , but they will give
suburban residents ample menus of
transit to and from the business dis
trict. They will give nn Impetus to
homo building , and inspire investors
with confidence. Within a year
or two at most , sections of
the city now almost inac
cessible , will bo readily reached by
street cars , and settlement nnd build
ing oncouragea by reason of nmplo
transit facilities. These extensions are
especially important to the working-
classes who can avoid the exactions of
landlords and bocuro homes of their
own at moderate cost in the suburbs.
In every direction there are substan
tial evidences of growth and prosperity.
The gradual increase in the real estate
transactions , the splendid weekly rec
ord of bank clearings , the activity in
the building line shown by the permits
issued , and the expansion of business
in all lines insure a year of remarkable
progress for the people of this city.
THE TRUST MANIA.
European governments have been
called upon to consider the perplexing
problem presented in the modern form
of monopoly known as the trust. Both
in Great Britain aud Germany the
trust mania has reached a vigorous de
velopment , and the governments have
been seriously considering whether it
shall bo allowed to take its course or
measures bo instituted to checic it. In
England some of the members of the
government have been reported as op
posed to taking any action against the
trusts , regarding them in sorao what the
same light as Mr. Carnegie and a few
others in this country do , that is , as un
natural , creations which cannot long
survive , and which it will bo wiser to
leave to the operation of conditions be
lieved to be certain to bring about their
destruction. Public sentiment , how
ever , does not acquiesce in this view.
It is vigorously opposed to this form of
monopoly , and the people understand
that , as a matter of fact , trusts
do continue to live , both in
Europe and in the United States ,
and so far as appears , to enjoy
tv high degree of prosperity. The
salt trust has nourished in England for
years , and the greatest trust in this
country shows no signs of decay after
an existence of many years , during
which it has made collossal fortunes for
everybody connected with it. It is , of
course , to bo expected that some of those
combinations will go to pieces. The
disastrous failure of the great copper
syndicate is proof of this possibility.
Other combinations that shall pursue u
like policy will doubtless moot a similar
fate. But exceptional instances of the
failure of trusts do not warrant the con
clusion that there are weaknesses In
these combinations generally which
Insure their ultimate downfall. The
toleration of this form of monopoly can
not bo justified upon any such
hypothesis. Being admittedly an evil
and a very dangerous one , it cannot
safely bo allowed to work itself out , but
must bo removed by firm and vigorous
It is to bo deplored that so little has
been accomplished in this country for
the removal of this evil , and it may bo
hoped that the European governments
which are now considering it will sot us
a needed example in summary action
for the suppression of trusts.
If the governments of Great Britain
und Germany adopt strong measures for
checking the growth of monopolistic
combinations , this country , which
should uo foremost in protecting the
people against such combinations , can
certainly do so. The serious character
of the situation resulting from the act
ive duvolopmout of the trust mania is
bolng widely realized. It is observed
that many largo branches of business
are being thrown into confusion and
uncertainty , that the monopolies are
embarrassing and chocking trade , und
that they aro-having an unfavorable in-
lluoneo on commercial confidence ,
ThcKO conditions must inevitably bo *
come moro serious with the growth of
the monopolies , and the wise suggestion
has been made that it is time the banks
of the country assumed u different atti
tude regarding those combinations. If
the financial power of the country re-
fubed to aid the monopolies their exist
ence would bo brief , and there is every
rcnson why the custodians of capital und
the conservator / ) ! credit should with
hold support from a system which
threatens such "ft revolution In com
merce as could Hdt fall to produce most
IT is too common a practice with the
railroads of Nebraska to incorporate
branch lines , which nro not built , for
the purpose of holding the right of way
through countius'nnd ' intimidating com-
potiUon , This'lias resulted in injury
to localities and 'lins boon detrimental
to the development of Iho state. The
stand taken by the people of Illtohcook
county to compel the incorporators of
ono of these patter roads to build or to
forfeit their franchise is of moro than
local Interest. The citizens of Hitch
cock county have appealed to the attor
ney general for redress , and it Is highly
probable that they will push their de
mands Into the cotirls. Attorney General -
oral Lcoso Is in full sympathy with the
movement. He h & given the railroads
of the state to understand that
projected lines must bo built
and operated within a reasonable
lime. The laws of the state never con
templated giving roads on paper valua
ble rights nnd franchises. The attorney
general assumes this view and proposes
to lake such action as will dissolve the
corporation. This will bo nn oye-oponor
to the Union Pacific , Burlington nnd
other railroads in the stato. If forced
to an issue the courts will define the
rights of the people in demanding the
construction of projected lines withi'n a
reasonable time. For that reason an
action in the supreme court on the
Hitchcock county ease would bo ono
greatly to bo desired in order to deter
mine this question for all lime.
U Is self-exiled , and for a
time will address the French people
from the safe refuge at Brussels. His
fleeing from a prosecution , doubtless de
served , whatever may bo thought of
the wisdom of the proceeding , will not
improve the standing of this persistent
trouble-breeder in the opinion of the
world , and ought to lose him thousands
of friends in Franco. The French people
plo , however , are quite ns likely to regard -
gard Boulangor's running away with
favor as to see it in its true light as
simply a cowardly retreat. His mani
festo is an effort to impress the popular
mind with the idea that ho is the
victim of an arbitrary act by men pre
determined to convict him , and his
friends in Paris will labor Industriously
at this time , t His self-exile will bo
given all the dramatic force possible ,
and hispen , or tpat of Rochefort , will
doubtless be kept busy issuing mani
festos proclaiming his patriotism , his
love of liberty , and his devotion to the
welfare of the people. Meantime the
prosecution will go on , and it is not iin-
prbbablo that the1 result may bo to con
tinue Boulangor in exile. "At any rate
there is good reason to expect disclos
ures that will materially reduce his
SOME ton years ago there was a vig
orous prohibition crusade in Canada ,
and the dominion parliament was in
duced to enact a local option law au
thorizing counties and cities to decide
every three years for or against license.
Prof. Goldwin Smith states the result. In
the province of Ontario there are forty-
two counties and eleven cities , of which
twenty-eight counties and two cities
adopted a prohibitory law. Ten of the
counties have recently reconsidered
their vote , nnd in eighteen counties and
two cities a movement is on foot to re
store the license system. The prohibition
law is treated as a dead letter through
out the entire province , the experience
having been a repetition of that else
where with prohibition. It substituted
for the public and regular sale of liquors
a secret and uncontrollable traffic. The
business fell into the hands of irrespon
sible persons , and the moderate use of
liquors has boon replaced by secret
drunkenness , with all its demoralizing
results. In other parts of the dominion
prohibition has proved a dismal failure ,
and instead of promoting temperance
bus , according to Prof. Smith , brought
smuggling , perjury , secret intoxication
and systematic adulteration of liquors
in its train.-
Tin : banishment of Church from Da
kota , coupled , with prospective state
hood , promises to revolutionize the
democratic press. The few feeble
organs of bouubonism in the territory
nro rapidly drifting to republicans , the
conversions last week numbering three.
These changes wore necessary to keep
the owners out of the poor house. In a
few more months the defunct party will
bo without an organ worthy of the
SENATOU TJLI.EII : attempts to justify
the action of > the senate in rejecting
the nomination of Murat Halstoad , on
the ground that "ho was not fitted by
natural temperament for the position , "
and that ' 'the Payne investigation had
no'bonring whatever on my action. "
Toller's lofty patriotism is decidedly
refreshing. His iiipst mortem .explana
tion is ns amusing as the b.irks of a
poodle at the heels of a mnbliff.
An Unkliul Cfl < Prom
Cleveland In NOT ? York reminds ono of
u stone thrown ino a rlvor. Thcio Is n plunk ,
a bubble aud a
A PoVcliliiti Title.
A now book Issued In Now York Is called
"ABottl&of CliaHgno , " It will bo moro
froqnoutly opcnoifc 80 uoubt , than some of
the family bibles ,
Wo do not want to Interfere with Presi
dent Harrison's prerogatives , but It would
have been in acoordanuo with the eternal Jit-
ness of things if ho had sent Rico to China.
And tlm P. U. said to tlio Clatnqrous
Throne : "Lot the Loader who novnr Knlfod
the Ticket east tlio Vim Stone Into the
Vlold. " And they wont. Away , the Oldest
going first. ,
bTATK AND TKIIKITOUY.
NebrauUft Jotting * .
A Knights of Pythias lodge has boon in
stituted nt Schuylor with nbout forty mom'
Ono firm tit Wayne shipped 1,020 ORgs In
A farmers' co-opernUvo company 1ms been
ortrnnlrpd nt Stroinsburg nnd pormnnonl
Footpnds nt Urolcon Bow heM up Hnrvo.v
Alnttlioxvs , of Westorvlllo. and robbed him of
f SO without bolng caught In the net.
iTolm Ackron , nn Iowa mnn , while slopping
nt Sohuylor , practiced with n revolver , nnd
in consequence ho tins gone back liomu
minus his ludax linger.
Norfolk's flchool census hns bcon com'
plotcd , mid shows 1OCO children of school
nRO In the city , nn Increase of over throe
hundied In the pnst year.
Lending Rliclls nnd smoVltiR a plpo don't
ttO very well together , ns Louis Trunx nud
U , M. HumniGl discovered nt Ashlnnd. It
cost Trunx the sight ot his eyes to flnOlt
The tronsurcr of WaynocountyliftSBecurod
the cash on tlio bonds recently Issued , nrnl
the demand Is now .inndo Hint the money be
lined to pay the county debt and build a court
A peculiar nccldont occurred on an Elkhorn
Vnlloy trnln the ether dtiv. Wlion the tniin
arrived nt 1'Iorco , ono ot the pn&sotigors dis
covered ilmt his llttlo boy nbout six years of
ago , wns not on the cars nnd had fnlloti from
the moving1 trnm , although no ono hnd scon
the accident. Tlio fathur nnd the section
boss started down the trnoic toward Hnrdnr ,
expecting to find Ills nninglod body , but to
their surprise when near the stntiou , met
the llttlo follow trudging along the r.illroad
tracks towards thorn apparently unhurt. It
scorns ho fell out of the door in the mall cnr.
They Imvo a bold class of robbers nt Hast
ings. The other morning n miisltcd man entered -
torod the rosldonco of H. A. Hatty , nnd
nulling n revolver demanded sllonco. Ik
took Air. Hatty's punts , vest nnd dressing
gown away from him. Mr. Hatty had nboui
$14 cash In his clothes. Mrs Hatty was
badly frlghtoncd nnd leaped from lho\vin <
dow of her room onto the top of the baj
window below. Mr , Unity oftors a rownrd
of $250 for the arrest nnd conviction of the
There are seventeen saloons running will :
open doors nt Mnquoltota.
There nro 3G4 children In the soldiers' '
orphans homo ut Davenport.
The Dnohnuan county agricultural sociotj
offers f 1,000 in purses for speed.
A search warrant captured fifty bottles ol
beer at Battle Crook the ether day.
The pollco of Fonda have raided three
places where "hard cider" wns sold.
Manson now has enough sanctuaries tc
accommodate the crowds of church-goers.
Reports of the discovery of lead , coal am :
gold nt Lowell 1ms caused excitement , to rur
Uccnuso they were cheap , nn Idn Grove
mnn bought fifty gross of clothespins nt m
Mnpleton will not glvo n cent for n courl
house nt Onnwn , but is willing to contribute
30,000 for such n building In her own limits ,
A farmer living nonr Montlcello has hail
the tiills cut off of thirty hond of cattle. The
only object. Unit ho claims for this cruelty It
to prevent their switching him In the face
There is n womnn nt Essex , Page county ,
who hns dug n well , with nn ordinnry case
knife , throwing out the dirt with her hnnds ,
At iiftoou foot water was struck nnd the well
gives u good yield. It required moro than a
year to complete the task. There was no oc-
rnsiou for this work but the poor woman wns
feeble minded , the work occupied her time
nud she wus happy. She is very proud ol
Work has been begun on a largo flouring
mill an Warner.
Uusmcss is picking up at Yankton , accordIng -
Ing to the Telegram.
The Catholics of Armour are making nn
effort to build u church.
Stops have boon taken to establish a farm
ers' warehouse at Brookings.
The spring term of the United States
court is in session at Yunlaon.
Twenty-one emigrants from Germany
have just arrived at Parkston und will settle
in that vicinity.
Wntertown votes on the 33d on n propasi-
tion to expend 815,000 in a higli school build
ing nnd u city hall.
A. H. Richardson , a farmer living near
YcrmUUou , was kicked in the chest by a
Horse and sustained fatal injuries.
F. L. Hansom carried oft the first prize m
the oratorical contest nt Uodlinld college nnd
will represent that institution in the terri
torial contest to bo held nt Sioux Falls.
The decision of the Dakota supreme court
in the Urown county scat contest has been
aftlrmcd by the United States supreme court
and tbo records must bo taken back from
Aberdeen to Columbia.
The county commissioners of Urown coun
ty have appropriated ? 2,000 toward defray
ing the expenses of the territorial fair ti beheld
hold at Aberdeen the coming fall , nnd
$1,000 for special premiums to Urown county
Roberts' Acceptance Doubtful.
WASHINGTON , April 3 , The appointment
of Ellis A. Roberts ns assistant treasurer at
Now York was made without his knowledge ,
and there is now souio clouot as to his ac
ceptance of the ofllco. The health of Assist
ant Treasurer McCuo made It essential that
there should bo as llttlo delay as possible in
the quallificatlon of his successor , The situ
ation is further complicated by u change In
the olllco of the United States treasurer.
Mr. Huston tins telegraphed that ho will bo
in Washington by the end of tlio present
week , but so far has not indicated when ho
will qualify mid relieve Mr. Hyatt. There
is nn impression ut the department thnt ho
will delny qualifying until after affairs in
the New York ofllco have boon settled ,
which will at least tuko live weeks. A de
clination on the part of Roberts will delay
mutters still further.
Thn Pnrnoll CiMiimismioii.
LONDOX , April S. Wlinn the Parnoll com
mission met this morning Sir Charles Hus-
scll resumed his argument in behalf of the
Pnrnellitcs. Ho contended that thu objects
of the Irish National league wore justinnUla
before God and man. The Issue before the
commission depended upon the proof that
Pnrnoll and Ills colleagues , under clonk of
the land movement , had planned murder
and outrages. If no such ovldonca is pro
duced , the commission must declare that the
accused bo men who were earnestly en
deavoring to lift an Intolerable burden from
the shoulders of their countrymen. The
examination of Parnoll was fixed for Tues
day next. ,
Hns MiiKnim Iloslgnoil ?
WASHINGTON , April n. Collector Magono ,
of New York , was at the treasury depart
ment and hud interviews with Secrotury
U'indom and Assistant Secretary Tichnor.
The latter said thnt Mngono'r visit related
entirely to the routine business of his olllce.
From ether souicus it is lonrncd that he
placed his rosiunution at the secretary's dis
Now York's Now laronvo Measure.
AMUKV , N. Y. , April 3. A bill described
as a low hcpnso measure , n compromise between -
tweon extreme ) hltm license and the liquor
interests , was passed by the assembly to-day
by u vote of 09 to 53.
Miiokliinw Cleared < > r loo.
MiMVAUKUR , April . A special from St.
lunaco , Mich. , says that la t night's north
east gale drove the ica from the straits of
Mackinaw , uud vessels will have no dltllculty
In passing either way.
Children Cry for Pitcher's ' Qastorla.
When n&by.tru elciwe Rare tier Cfeatorto.
When be waa a Child , site cri d f or Coitoria ,
Wlicn she becataa Kits , aba elungto Distort * ,
WMii rtia half Children , the gore them Out nrla.
WESTERN PACKING INTERESTS.
Some Further Reductions In thoMnr-
April D. lSi ; > ccliil
to THE HUB. ] To-morrow's Price Current
Will sny thnt there Is dome further reduction
in the marketing of hogs M Miown by tlio
packing returns for the pait week , which ag
gregate 105,00k ) hogs for nil western points
against 175,000 the preceding week nnu 100-
000 for tlio corresponding tlmo Inst yonr.
Prom March I the , total Is 030,000 , ngnmst
095,000 a year ngo.
CO All IN NKUKASICA.
A Profitable Vein \VhloIi Snunilcr.i
County Men Are Developing.
MOUSE Ui.urr , Nob. , April I. [ Special to
TUB Hin.l : The little town of Morse IJluffs ,
Snundors county , on the Klkhorn railway , is
the srono of considerable excitement over a
discovery ot coal which hns boon mado.
About six weeks ngo n well wns bolng dug
Just at the foot of the bluff , n llttlo north
west ot the depot. Falling to find water at
the expected depth of nbout thirty to forty
foot the boring wns continued to nbout a
depth ot ninety feet when n scam of coal
wns struck. This Inyur proved to bo only
about six inches thick , but this wns sufUclont
Incentive to the diggers to continue ,
nnd when nt u depth of about
11X ) feet another sonm wns
struck , which proved to bo twice the thick
ness of the first layer , viz. , nbout twelve
inches. Further boring revealed a species
of rock so hard thnt it will cut glass like a
diamond. This strata wns only four inches
thick , but took the diggers three dnys to cut
through the short space of four inches. The
next strntn wns softer and had nil the ap
pearance of gold nnd silver ore. No end of
excitement wns caused by this discovery.
The IJohemlnns fairly danced with dollght
over the prospect of so much riches being
within their crnsp. However , they wore
doomed to disappointment , ns on nnnlysls
the supposed gold nnd silver degenerated to
At n depth of 157 feet n third scam of coal
was tapped , which proved to bo about two
feet thick. Owing to want of proper bor
ing machinery for greater depths further
operations were suspended ; but n company
hns bcon formed to continue the work. Mr.
Swan is the president , Mr. Knvnn treasurer ,
and Mr. Frank Vnpalensky , secrotnry. Tbo
Bhnrcs Imvo nil been cnrgorly taken up ,
Messrs. Morse , Uogors & Co. having cue-
cecdod in getting a largo number appro
priated to them. The boring operations will
bo continued next week , nil arrangements
having been made for the necessary machin
ery and experts to be on hand.
The quality of the coal is very good. It is
n soft coal very Hko Fort' Scott coal , aud
worth about $7 or $3 n ton hero. When opera
tions have been resumed , samples of the
coal will bo sor.t from time to tlmo to Tun
Looked nt geographically nnd geologically ,
this scorns to bo the same vein of coal that
exists in Dakota , und if so will douotloss
provo very valuable.
Morse Bluff is n thriving llttlo town on
the bunks of the Platte rlvor , about 11 f teen
miles west of Fremont.Tho FromontElkhorn
& Missouri Valley railroad have n good depot
hero , nnd the Union Pacific depot at North
Ucnd is just directly across tlio I'latto rix-cr.
which at this point is spanned by a substan
tial wngon nnd foot bridge.
The town itself nestles cosily nt the foot of
a range of bluffs , on ascending which the vis
itor has a line and extensive view of the
Platte river nnd of Dodge county on the
Grass , garden and Held i cods. Win.
Siovors & Co. , lOtb and California.
Noten From Norfolie.
Nonror.it , Neb. , April 3. Corrcspondonco
of THE BES : An unusual area Is sown to
wheat in the northwestern counties of No
braska. Some has been sown nearly a month
cnrlier thnn usual. Much seed wheat is
brought in from the most northern latitudes
nnd is nn extra line quality , aud is sold nt
SI.35 cash nnd $1.50 per bushel on credit.
The ground is in flue condition for plowing
for oats , and not u few hnvo their oats sown.
The high price of flax seed $2 a bushel
seems rather to stimulate farmers to sow
that crop. Ono farmer in Cedar county pro
poses to put in three hundred acres. L. W.
Oxford raised on his farm near Randolph
seventeen und one-hnlf bushels per aero last
season , which at present prices would yield
? 35 per acre.
NorlolK marches steadily on in substantial
improvements. A move is now on foot for
a packing houso. The present prospect is
that $100,000 will bo secured to start the en
terprise. The election for voting WO.OOO
bonds for the Norfolk & Yankton railroad
has boon ordered , ana will como oft within a
The proposed Pacific short line from Sioux
City to Ogdcn is awakening quite nn interest
at various points off tlio original route , which
was by way of Plnlnviow nnd Clcnrwnter.
Croighton nnd O'Neill are very desirous of
having it make for their towns , and survey
ors are out to see nbout that route. The old
survey from South Sioux City to Randolph
is the only direct fonsiblo route to the west
sldo of Cedar county. Thevalllos of the
Missouri , the Logan nnd the Elkhorn , along
which it passed , are not excelled for fortuity.
LINCOLN NEWS AND NOTES.
The Insane Board Invostlgattug a
SUPREME COURT PROCEEDINGS.
The Klro of Tucsdixy Jiljjht Now Sup-
l > oscl to Hnvo Keen ttio Work of
LINCOLN HonEic orTnn OMAIT * . UBB. I
10201 > StnHicr , J
LINCOLN , April 3. i i'l
Stoutonburgh , the man who wns the occn-
slon of moro excitement Tuesday oronlug
thnn ono mnn hns crcntod tn Lincoln for
ninny a day , wns tnkon before the county
Insfino bonrd this nfternoon for a hearing ,
to dotormlnu whether ho wns ornzy or
Whether ho was simply drunk. The ovl-
donco seemed to show thnt ho was crn.y.
The polloo who nrrostod him say thnt thorn
wns no small ol liquor on him aud to-day ,
nftor the effects of the liquor should hnva
worn oft If thnt hnd boon the cnuso of tha
trouble , ho continued to talk In a uimilacnl
manner. Ho snld that someone hnd put
something Into his hond , and ho was dolor-
mined to Hnd out what It was nnd got venge
ance. Asldo from some such talk ns this ,
ho has been qulot and rational enough , The
room which ho occupied presents a scene ol
ruin. The bullets from hU rnlo nnd revolvers
vers hnvo splintered the wood work nnd
knocked oft the plastering on every sldo.
Several bolls went through Into ether rooms
adjoining or no ross the hall. A siok mnn In
ono room nnd n card pnrtv In another wcr
narrowly missed by Iho Hying lonu. It wns
n miracle almost thnt with the crowd that
wns there no ono wns hurt.
The board made n cursory examination ol
the crary man , asked him n few questions
nnd then postponed the conclusion of the
matter to Friday afternoon , when It will Do
determined whether the follow- was crazy or
not. It 1ms been found out that ho is nn Odd
Follow and that ho carries n cortllleiito nd
milting him to Iho knowledge of the pass
word , etc , The ledge hero will cnro for him
and sea that his Interests nro protected.
A New 1'npcr for Lincoln. " *
The Sunday Morning Globe is the name of
a now paper that will bo Haunted Sunday
morning , April 1-1. The proprietors uro nil
young men of newspaper ability , nud will
give the citbcns of Lincoln a re > adnblo paper
of moro thnn usual Interest. ,1. C. Soaorost ,
lately circulator for the Call , Is ttio manag
ing editor , J. D. Uhick is secretary nnd
treasurer , nnd J. I ) . Hunlor , president.
Probably nn Incendiary Flro.
It seems thnt the fire thnt occurred last
night at the corner of N nnd Thirteenth
streets wns not the result of accident , ns was
nt lirst supposed , nnd thnt it did not originate
In the Chinese laundry. Next to the laun
dry wns n vacant room , the back door to
which It has boon noticed was very fro-
qucntly found open , ns though some ono
had bcon In it and' had gene out without
shutting the door It wns in this room that
the fire started , nnd ns there wns nothing
in the room to cntch Hro , it is thought
thnt it must hnvo been sot by In-
condlnrlcs. A family which had just como
from Nebraska Citv yesterday , was sleeping
in the room immediately nbovo whcro the
ilre started , and wcro found stupollod by
the smoke. They were rescued with dilU-
culty , but lost all tbo household goods that
wcro taken Into the room with them. Ono
of the rooms in the building on Iho second
floor was rented by Mrs. Warwick , chief
cook nt the Windsor hotel. Mrs. Warwick
had stowed $40 in money and a diamond pin
with some ether valuables in the bed be
neath the tick. In the cxcitomont of the
moment these wcro loft , nnd when she re
turned they \vero gone , having been stolen
by eomo ono who had turned the tick over to
throw it out.
Supreme Court Proceedings.
Only two cases were considered In the supreme
premo court this afternoon. These wcr
Bowie vs Spalds nnd Sprague vs Warren ,
which wcro both argued nnd submitted. The
following opinions wcro handed down :
Boll vs Tomplin , original action , Demur
rer sustained nnd notion dismissed. Opinion
Morse & Co. vs Englo ot nl. Appeal from
the district court in Hamilton county. Motion
to dismiss overruled. Opinion by Maxwell.
Uurton vs Cnvo. Error from the district
court of Harlan county. Afllrmcd. Opinion
by Maxwell. .
Gilbert vs Robcson , Error from the dis
trict court of Ulchnrdson county. Reversed
and remanded , Opinion by Cobb.
City News nnd Notes.
A ease was being tried to-day In the cfounty
court in which n man named Findlny , from
the southern part of this countywas olmrgcd
with selling half a pint of whisky without a
liconso. The case excited a good deal ot In
terest nnd the general opinion Deemed to ba
that a mnn whoso business was so poor that
ho could only soil half n pint of liquor in a
life tlmo , ns wns claimed in tlio case , should
have the full bcnoilt of the doubt that might
Sheriff Euhanks , of Cheyenne county , was
In the city to-day with n mnn named Mat
thews , who murdered Ills stop-father nt
Council Grove. ICan. , about three wcoks ago.
The sheriff of Morris county , Kansas , waa
hero also to meet Sheriff Eubnnlcs and nr-
range for n requisition for the murderer.
Mary Birnnnn was bofoio the district
court to dny charged with tlio name old of
fense , viz , obtruding herself on Iho society
of her betrayer , old Jerry Harrington. She
was given sixty days and the usual kindly
admonitions of the judge ,
Lillie M. Good Hied a potltion-for divorce
from her husband , Charles M. Good , nllog-
ing aa grounds therefor desertion and fail
ure to support.
The Lancaster district court will adjourn
on Saturday , April G.
Use WAS HI
Tablespoonful of Pearline
to Pail of Water
And you have the best and quickest means of washing and
Cleaning. Directions for easy washing on every package.
Why is Pearline so largely imitated ?
Why do these imitators invariably select names ending-
jn INE ? Why are they compelled to peddle their
goods from house to house use deception , falsehood ,
offer prizes , claim that their powders are as good as
Pearline , etc. , etc. ? This is why ; PEARLINE is the
best ne'ver fails never varies has no equal and is
as harmless as the purest imported castile soap , Sold
everywhere. Millions now use it.
J Manufactured only by JAMF.S TYI.E , New Yorfr