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Tn OJIIA DAILY ) Y FEHUU.ARY : IC 1895.
4 TUE OJ\ \IIA J3EE1' ; , 1 ,
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c. noH1\vATin. rAltor.
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l'unL1SUm r.cly ) IOn INO.
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: 'i'1mM 01 SUISCll'IO .
Daily nco tVitIioit unllIY ) . OO ! ur..S 5 M
D31r IWltho1l . . . . . . . . 10M
nIIy ) Rnll Iltflt&y. One Year . . . . .
JAI HI' Ill l
r fIx ; MonhtiR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 to
> f .hlo ! Jitont1ii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ro
. tindaV fle . Oi , YAI . . . . . . . . . . . 2M
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.1Inll. 1 1je OUI . One yPlr. Ynr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I (
S \Veekly Allrdny Ip . One Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
( W .ICES.
Omnhn . Iii. ' fl ! fliildlng. )
S louth ( ) mh . 1. lnlcr ! 1Ihlo nll ! . Corer N Ind 21h ( StF.
rotincit ultirn , . 12 Penrl $ ttPe ( .
C1iIcjuo 01T1cc . : 17 Chamber or Cotntt'T.
Now Yorl Olcl. . l'lols ' :1 13. 1 hnd IS , Tribune 1Itd.
S Wahngton. ! 110 1 8treet. N. w.
conn ESIOmmN ( $ .
I All cr.rnniunlentbn ' reinting 10 new nn,1 edl.
tonal ecmmunlrnt'mn Wller a11U1,1 b relntnl < es.c 'ro the EUtOt.
All hUalnl' . ktter ant , rtnlttflh1Ce nhoul bo
rnIarttz'1 ! leter ( lee retnlnlcel lu"\.hll COtfltflY.
OmahA. Dhiitli. checks rind posIoUco ordars 10
b lda "n'nl1. " 111r tt the nrlpr ot the ( IO\"ny.
' riii 1itn 1'UIjI . 1i3111Nc ' IPAN1L.
S 'rll . 1m l'll.ISllNl . ( =
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ST.\TlnmNT O1 ' ClCU\TIO .
S OMrlN n. ' : ochucl ; , " . "cretnr ' ot 'rho Uep Puh
UMllnCOII'"ny. . being duly "worn. olya thlt
\ha nctunl nuintcr or full nn,1 , cOlpl.IO copies
or the DilIy nlllar ! . TrenInC nlli llnJ"y UN
tlntpl Iurinl the month or Janunr 3SJ. WAS
.s toltowR .
1. . . . . . . . . U:3 : 11. . . . . . . . . 1.20t
Z. . . . . . . . : n . 711 18. . . . . . . . . . 19.18
3. . . . . . . . . . :0.71 . 1. . . . . . . . . . 1'.17
4. . . . . . . . . . 19,613 . : o . . . . . . . . . . . 20.180
G. 1 . . . . . . . . 19.4'0 21. . . . . . . . . . :0,913
S .6. . . . . . . . . :0. : 9 : : . . . . . . . . . 1'3
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19sII
1. . . . . . . . 19,793 23. . . . . . . 19.81
8. . . . . . . . . . 19CC' : $ . . . . . . . . . : O , : O
9. . . . . . . . . 11.(2I 25 . . . . . . . . . :0.1
S 10 . . . . . . . . . . 1.621 . :6. . . . . . . . . 2,1.191
1. . . . . . . . . 19.:1 ) . 27 . . . . . . . . . 21.10
1. . . . . . . . . 19.478 28. . . . . . . . . :0,29
.1. . . . . . . . . . 20.3 : T. . . . . . . . . . :0.213
2. . . . . . . . 1'.464 30. . . . . . . . . 19.93
1 : : ; . . . . . . . . . ii.ci ) :1. . . . . . . . . 233
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Tntnl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C1. & " ,
Le"n1 I,1 , nnl , retumNI copTe . . . . . . . . 6,271
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J ' )111 n \'rja. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1'.79
OEfl1UI fl. TCItUCK.
Awor to I..toro tim nn,1 , " 1lscrlhr,1 , In 0) ' preSence '
cnea Ihl" 2,1 day 'It I'ehrlnn' . 1\9 : .
N. 1. F't. . Notary Publie.
L. " _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ - . _ _ _ _ _ _
'hl' ' hOlehlll1 ( of ex.'I'cnS1C' ' : Hi
are not I 'II" ItVOI'I. .
" 'olll.e' ( If I Dlhs wOlll ( hn\e . olll fliT
m4 cnsly ns Ilil 1tlllnl under Rlllnl
S clrctiiiist :1 : IIC(5 ?
clCl 1llS I
Tim Sll'I'CIIIC' ! of " 'l'I.Unl.'el : hns :
: bccl ollnly ! cOIIlll'l ( lk'foie It IH
rCNtm'pel to n 11cncl' footlJ ! It sho11t he )
COUlllleel ) ( to t ( halW ; Is I I lOt llt ( .
S , Six Inws II thirty ellYs Is I not such 1
hlel Iccolll feH 1 Ip lslutlll ! when we
taki' Inlo COISIIet'ttiOhl t ha t tlii' ' tpr
tflInlo l'onsllemton ) tl gL'lttr )
lllhl'l' ) of Ihosl six laws are 1)e'vfectly )
S. hI'lllss. :
. Aflr sigliltig the Chicago 1)OStofllre )
IJltll hi Plcsllenl C1'Iitiitl can
S haVe 10 lXl'l e fO' wlhholln" IIIH ns-
S sent to the South Olaha Illstulce ) op-
. I legIIls ) 10 look ns If tl ncxl great
- enterprise 10 Iench fllllon wi hI ) 1
Atllelllols unlol tlepot , loca : 1lll ( oil the
& 011) 111111 nnel ( nccl'sslhle 4II ( ' -II. COIlS -
S , 8nml11101 tlc\'ott ) to he wlshpIl (
: I Is 10 Ie nolell that . the Ilwl ) up-
polnlet oI'nnmt 111.ccol of the
S Ulion Padlc tildit't have to talm utile
to cOlsllll' the qle ton whelh or not
S . hc shonll ) nccllt the 11'0Iclcel 1)111CC. .
4. . Chicago . Is to have a teIIO' : ' POHt-
olce dl.ll" the Inten'11 of erecting her
" $ new building. For cOlycnlcncc nn(1 clii-
"i , celcy Iii thc way of teIIIO'I' ' 110Ht-
S olccs Oitiaha.'s Ih-t Ios'tolllcc In A. D.
.i ones' hut has lot yet hCll ) 1IIIrO\'e on.
: " 'uHhllgton't hlltllu ) ( ' will pi 03011t . another -
other . 011111tmll ) for lele\'lng the ( ircs-
8nre of Ilentlll oratory Illm' which AO
muny . All'lcun stalesmcn are IlhO'ln" ) .
; If. It wel'c not for these Intermeelnte' occasions - I
caslonN for 110wln" HIIch the nnnnal
, nnte-election flood . . of' tnlt wpull itititi-
dnte the country. .
, Senator Maittlerson's - good fortune
1 S still atllls Iiiiii. Few lel can look
back 1101 ) cOI1uelt so easily won ald
: . sneeess so eefty cOIJulell ( With ) . I
Is .1 plclsl'e to his ole ( frlcles Iltl
iielglibors to know that the SlltOI'
.4 Is I , soon to rlHlle his lle'11Uent ) Icsl-
t : delcc II Nebraska.
. L I only the delocl'lls hlt heel IC-
, cOI'eld ( Oi the vote 01 the hOll ( resolu- :
tlon In the house 'i'tIIIri4dljV the Ieslit
, wOlil have heel Its ecfl'at ( Just thc
snme 1)3 " SO agaInst PS. Yet we will
_ : 8001 hll'l ! tle dClocmte OlalH ( ! llttFg-
; II the l'IHhlc/1 ) ) : , conI'pSHICI wih the
responsibility for tw t.iiitire of tile
preStheilt's ( gold hond ) Ilia ) : I.
- , 'j'hc city - tC0l11tllm' hills ( liscovercul
thlt the city hIlls belm ) plylIig : for thh'
t tcen llolle 1111111)5V111t11 ) hl\\ hover
S ' been legally ordeted. 'l'hiis IH ' )
lecn n1) eHlm'ell .hls ll'obahl )
net the Ohii ' leak In the .
, ell lCII. lulng of city
S t . bills. . I the 1\I'cnchlwlt tHlk I'CRUlS
lU.l olhllII'e thnl . n little extra ylgi-
S lance 011 the part of the '
lacc , 01 city otcals
: It wi 10t hHYC hel1 ) Ilogcthl' II 'YUII ,
: . 'hu . 1)llllHt 11lhm's ! of cOlgrss 0\1.
. dOlt Jot wlll ( of the tl'cHI'lee
. ' . . qltlres by their free sliver ! ( lelocltc (
. nssoclatcs Ill by taking tl ! ( I ' the
_ forelock llle stolcl I little march Hlel
c Issucl 1Itlel'l'IH ( or their own first.
S " 'rile Ilolllst mallfelio II good free sil-
: VO' Ilonll'C , hut I Is lot tile 11'I'cllc )
1.111 ( I hl t the ( 11cmocl'n COIII'CSllel
c woull like 10 HtlsCl'lhc to.
, 'j'ho cOllltceshldl hl\e Just hCll )
lukll I lour of tile state hlIst It ul Ions
are 1C15)t'tCl to ho Oil the ( wloll 11-
I. ( u\O'lhl ) Ilsllsel ( tn\nltl 11'OI'OSI'tl ' IllS ) .
' S II'OPI'lltols ) fOl' ICW 111ll s. I Is to
tc bo h01111 l that this V11)OltIiI ) 11'\0
correct. 'l'tio tluto h4 hot ill a ( 'OhIllitloll
S to 811111 ( n ! 11g11 tlolnl' OIl 11 ' state iii-
S ttltOI that I . IH not I h oul'I : ' II C5sslh1'
, to mnllllll It Ill n l'ISUliio ) Hlnucltl (
of etcele ) Alhltols III UlW hUlil ,
tugs are llllll ' out ) of the qnostloii. .
S IetrlnChltlt mllt 10 callell from the :
' bottom to the tl ) )
' . , The l4'Crttll' ) of tile I'CHSl' ) ought to
. ' bo lit hljh esteem Wltl the olcllls of
tile OCll1 Htellshlll comllule9. Ills
lnulclnl llolc ) ' hlH lt'ouight Ihem n
S Ulost 1110ltlhlo itistnes. 'l'ho Hl'crehl' '
S hus hul lip tile 111'111uI ) to' ho 1111lCl I
k IWI ) ' to ltll'O1)O l little by little , earl )
, slllllt nettng the eltrrylag vt'HseI a
neat sum lu tile wn ) ' of errllgo Cilltrgeh.
, Now the l'Oltltols of tile IlhOltl Is.
IUO lIre that lt lcaHt OIO.hllf the ell
S iecelu'eol II 111)'lclt tlll lu tlWI
, from Uhl'OII , IUII tile HIl I 0 shll wi ho
kept 1)118) . ' fol SOIO tulle 11'111111 Jstclc
is the exportell gold nt ' ' ' ' '
OXlll.I gull very rl'uluwl'ut\O
: * ated. 'j'hll cunnot wel ho lWllt ) 111 ill-
detnlel ) hut tile sleumshl * cnmllnict
: , - are nUl.111 lilly while the StIll shlncH
Tilt l'MTW'S SrI WNGIWtD.
The scech of exSlloaltcr Hecd In the
house of ' ' 'J'hurslln
1'llrcsoltnth'cl 01 )
WIS nn ChIllIest 111cll for the conscl'n-
tel oC thc nltolnl credit. lie bl/11 )
hy ( lPII'ecalll , the lllrlt oC Se'tolll 1
which hnlmnl'ltcel , the uUl'rnncc" oC thc
header oC 1m t 0111lSII01 to thc Pi'OPOSILI
to mnlt the new ISIC oC the bOlll oC
the C'cI'llcnt liflYRbic Ill gold , nll
whn he snil 11 this rp/I'tl oughl to be
tnkel into sCllous cOI lleltll ) by ) thc
PeoPle of the whole cOlntl ) I'he talk : .
oC a 1110n holwl'CI the ROlth Ilel ( the II.
vest n nllHt the other cCtolR oC thc
COIihltI' , . Rhoull ( he rCllrohateel ) ( by c\'er '
ctzCI who has the llnst pntrlotl feel-
lug. Its tenllclc ' Is to the InNt ilegree
II chlf\ou . nll ( IC its nel\ocnteR coulll
ha\o their \n ' the con eqlclcp woull
be llsnstrouls. Blt nR wnR saul hr :1' .
Hecd , the ( doctrlnc oC 1 ullol IC the
RoUlh Itel * west hns het1 n fnlhl'e anl
11\'I'S wi he II fluhiure. lie ( I'clm'ee i (
that not olly 110 ( thc ( people of the cast
semi theIr 11'01IcI'ly ) ) ' VeSt , hii their cliii-
eh'cl nlso 'hlhi(1 10 mll who crosses
fl'ol COSt to vest Inl Cal to . he Itrlct
ty tile fact Ihlt thcre Is I iufter nil n Ull
of Slltlllt hetwcel tl tWO Recton ! of
( lie cnlnl' ' hint no Inlgll e wi ever
blot out Ot' 11Ist.o ( _ ' . " Whoc\'c. ( ! hal lit-
Il'lllt II (1O'MIrY this tlly ( IC sent I- .
11It Ills hllslf II a 1)oMit ) loll to oit' ,
5'iV ( lie t cOltlmlt ! , If not the ( eXel'la
tul , of his felow , COlltl 'ml.
II deciut'llig thnt " 1 Intol' ! cretlt II I
111 I st rongliohti" 1' i . Helll sintcel 11 11' I
111'l' ) lnhI ! 1)t'OPOMIlOII. ) ( \\'llittit'CI' hhliiy
hlll\CI ) the 111101'111 t I iiiiig II to 110'
SI'I'\'O Ihl' Cllclt or Ihe nnlol , nltl If
that he ) tlolb I lICO\I' ) cnn recover fl'OI
nH olhlI' oiisisters. : 1"0' n ellnrtm' of a
o'eiituii'y the ITllcl ( Slllcs his eiljoyedl
thc lilgilest CI'Cllt 11 Its hIstory. . UntIl
111' its iuo'CtIl'itit's SllCl' leSlllltol
hiavo' stlOt lS wll 11 tile Iltrwt ] hIS
11 c of nl ' other IIUOI , : llhel I
hlcmnc ) IICIS nl ' to sell hOltlH ) ( a year
ngo thl , ' flHlll ready tnlwls 11101
tel'IS IS CI\Olll' us It woull hll\'O
beclo < : lhle for II , ' other gO\II'llllt
to hlegot late a 1(11111. But today thc
CI'Cllt of tile gO\'l'I'lll'l1 Set'iltS to lIe
h1111'll1 ) : 'l'llOSe who ire : wlfl ! tu
Ilnl It mOlcy lll'O 10t sntltell to 110 SU
1111 ) tile sale : IlllS ( nt \hlch It wnl
fo'll'lly tulle to hOI'I'o'lc flglPe-
Illt of thc ! o'l'I'llClt to jiny ill cell
IH : hel'llotm'e ICNI ncccpll'cl ( ns a
Illl'lllc ) to pay 11 gold . hit this COlthi-
tlplCC , Il I nlllllH'H. itO 101gc' CX huts.
'l'h08I' ) who II\e ! ) Il to Illtl 11lIil
thnt the ! O\'I'lllnt Rhal Slllcllcnly )
cOlt'nd to ICII ' gold or that they Hhnl
rei'elve 1 liberal cOIsllclllol for thc
risk of ha\ll ; to nl'cpllt ) IHI 'lrlt Ill
sOllll'tiiilig else thnl ! ell 'i'iley re-
Illh'e ( 1 dlm'elcl or : : \11' i ) edIt Ill the
Il'l'cst 111t0 : I hetween ) Ixcll goltl a11 (
con t I "el t sliver 1)ilYhllehlt.
I Is mlcss to nlue Hint In this lat : :
1m' tlc foreigit nnll ( 110lCStC ballwt's
hay talwl : u1'unla e of the ncccssiics
or the goverhitllehlt. Allmlt that they
huye. It still lelullS nil unll ! oC l)1hlC-
tcal hURlneRH. I tlit're were no sl\C'
questlol thc go\'ernJcnt could borrow
Itt home 01 ahlolul : : t 3 lll cent , : \11
1)rolalIY ) lCHs. lint that questIon Is , still
leln" ) a lutl'd , and , ho\eycl' rcmotc the
dlngC' or the free sliver } ell ' ll'c\'al-
hug . It ls ; enl ' nnturl thut the } ) 08slllt )
of Its tIlt Ilu I e : iloton ) sho\ld ( hI t ulwl :
Into account by those who give 0l for
the honels ) 01 the gOvetilIlleilt. The 111-
deiiet' Is that COlsllcItOIS respl'Ctlilg
thc iintioii's credit ole lot have any
weight with the Ill'OCtteS of. slh'C'
'i'lhL'.S' hIVe IH'lllrml ) to see this ' hl11h'lll
to ni ) extent rather than s\1lulel il ;
single 1101lt of their 110lc ' ,
71 USUU'A7'1) IX J'kNIISSF.
'hcIs 10t a. relsolnhle ) built that
henry Clay B\\s , the rel1hlcal Cliii-
11elute for jOYC'IO' of 'renncssec ut
tile electIon last Novehnbers't4 : eleced ,
This . wes clearly shown 01 the face of
the returns as olclnly cam'usscll , 1ll
It hlH hecl Itlllted by sonic or the
10Ht prolllillent delocI'u ts Ill
11elocl'u tic 11O\V$1)1t 1)01'S ) II the
Rtnle. But 1 call of Crnud In
thc rchl'IR was l'ullel11 1)y ) thc
11eloclts , und thc le lslutt'e of thc
slate , hell II cOlll1 oC that party , ? : ilr.
'I't1i'ilet' , tlc elelocrtc c:11ll110 for
goverliorVI1S seulce , 11esilic the CUI'
Ilst II'olestH ( oC the ( lellhlcalH ) that
the consttullon of the Htntn was . Hills
' ' . On " ' (1 ( AIr . Evitits
OU 1'1 glll Flh1111'Y ( : i. g\'ltR
took the oath 01' . oll'e 11 11'10I II
order to AlllpO.t ) 1111 ( Hlsllln the t replli- )
llcl llSllol. ( 1\1 01 the sonIc elate
the Itglsluhl'l ! nlilloiltltl ) UI Iii'cstIgttt-
lug ( olniuittee. Of course this committee -
tee IR eotlloslll ( 11111 ' ot detocl'n 1 :
nnel these ll'csllnll ) ' fl'leuels of thc
Isllllng gO'erilQt' . hut NO conlllcut are
thc rCllhlcUIH tjlt theh' cnURU II just
thnl tl ' expect to he Ihle to cOlyluco
C'l'U heir ( OllOIClts ) thOU the relul- )
lcnn cUlllllul' WUH fairly elected Iml
ought to tul.o the Olile.
A few Mr. Evihils Illeol ills
es' Ilnys ago ) :1' \ 'lnHlel
nnHWI' to tht petto1 ! of ( iOv'rllor ' 1m' .
I' ) In the el'ctrm ( ) iltt'St , Inlll/ out ,
n HI'OI'Itl' . ' 1he 11t'nlnls of the demo-
oCltcnll'gatols ) of 1luel ( on time 11011 I 1
of . time rl'lhlcUII ! ) 1'0 of 1 nllm'l ( 10
CUI.tT ' ' ( 'Ol\.tcton , Inll CSIH'clul'I m" .
0'IS'111 stll.II" Is Iho relntuton of
thu chnrle that l'vllh1s } elCOI'llell ( ,
11 tel of thin t ( ! l'ctol In WS. Iteft'rrimmg
to tubs i11lHV'r , time ChltllHgl1 nnl '
'l'i IIS , n Il'IHII'UtC ! t 1111 ) ( . whllh fIP'
110'1111 ' 1I'IIY , , 11ll'III'pH ( ( It I tl t hl I hi' .
Iljhly exhimitisb bye , 111 HIYS : "We hu.
It1l , unll WI ! hl\ ' ( clone ( whut WI l'IUll (
to Husl111 ! Ihlt ln'lIot' , that . l' , g\'UIH
WUH ful'ly eleetisi ly I lujl.I . of Ihe
\ltll'S of time stnte amid thnt t mllcl' time
COlIlStlttlt bOil hc \IS ( 'utlc'l to ho
i4ellteh. ( 'l'hio hlws were not halide fO' i
IlclOCltH 111) ' ! UI'e thun they ( wCle I
nettle fO' II'lllhlcllN. 111 IN Oil lmoii-
est ' ) ) ' , rt'preiueiit lug fnh'
elt 1)\IIIIl'I l'llHlSeltl/
imlbilleOh. ( hUlst 101Ittlelc ' , \0 cOl11
lot hllm'o & lie t l\lltolll ! ' ( ) rOee'd.
hugs Illolltl'el ( imy tw IIIJel'I ' of the
lt'gii4hitttire 10 ( iejl'I'O ) 1' I 11\11 of his
CohlstltlmtiOiiitl t I l'IHht. " OtlCI' 11cmoctc
) ' $ tttik Ill Shilliiar ' ' .
lll'ers tli. II U 61111'1)
' 1'hu : COIIESO of Mr. ivitns itmul the
colO l. 1\\s 1111 ra
) I lllnnl ) Helel'lly hlt hl'll Huch itS
to l'olllnltl ulh"el'sn I l'ollleltln 101.
'j'hcl'o hll heel 10 . deimmoiist : rat tel I'
tiit''itt ohm their Part of I l'O"olutoUI'
Iltituire . hut tiVOl'y Mtl'll tll.PI has hl'll
him dIrect ICcol'llalce wih the mlglmts
Jlu'alh'l'll by the coiistltutloii. :1' .
1\1I eOlll not llle Ilouo ICI thnu
. ho bus done , 11 the Chltanoo1 'I'Irnes ,
sliTs , wihout having sUrrcudel ! ll hIs
llllLllhi000i nnd his rIghts as nn Amcrlcan
CItizell. No clearer case of 19111t.
101 of ofco has hCNI Imo\1
Ill Ol' hltor ' thnn thnt or the
seatIng of letl'r 'l'urney lS 0\'l'1110r of
'rellesRc . Iu order to ole this I was
ueccssnry . not only to 11Hl'egnrll the ciec-
101 lctl'U ( ! hut nllo to override the
COlHtltol nml the 1nvs. ' [ 'lie coflt'se
Ill'sllll ) Is n l'eIH'ol1h to the 'reiltIesset'
elcmocl'nc , Iltl whie It lois gIven the
laItY ) I II'lelt ) nel\llhl c cannot fail
to operlc to Its future luJur
nou.Yl ' ] IN.t SQU.tl 101,1 : .
'rhe al11wlutlelt of .101m II. Powers
as COIUlls810ICI' of hither wIll hc I I.etl
11RII111Iutmeut to ot'giuiilzed labor II .
general 1111(1 ( worklimgnmen of time ) ) olllJ
111"llslou . lu )1 I ( 11111 I' . The l181t01
of labor CoillilliSSIOllL'r hiit'i' heeli
Ilbot. cOlllRlouel 1ny hU\1 heel
cl'enlcl I ! I Rllecl'e , hit its scope of
usefuluess nmlgimt have hcel extelllel (
nltl ellll tel fl'OI yettr to 'ell ult ( It
hecnle fill 1111lleuble nl1ulct of the (
executive ( hellilrtlileiit . TIle Inhol coni-
IlsHlolCI 8hou11 ( 1) rights come flo1
the rulul of IlhO' Inl hc II close ci-
] owsllll ( wih vot'kIiiginen. Ic Hhoull
he , whoe ' ho Ihl' ( riiitks
U 111 ! l'nllhl/ rlits
of thc toilers lu 11 01 flll' ' Hhoulll
lukl him CiiV1S11h1t ulel ll'olcleut 11
11enll wih thl' Ilhor 11'\hlcl frol tie
11llcal : Stliilimbiit. ( ) ( lie shou11 he ) hit
l\slou ) to 1''lreseilt the lhol : Illl'l'est
lu cOI'o\'eIHles helwell cIJlo ) 'I'I' 1111
vage workers , 1111 whl'l'c\'el Ii0sHlhle
hrlu" nhout cOlcllton through itllt- )
Au I these qualities : [ 1. P\\PI'S 1111s
111llllhl ! ) ' . Ie IH lilt hnlest 1U 1111
n 1111 who ( his ) the t courage of hll COl'
victiohii4. which IIC often quite ecccI'
trlc , but he his no tolccllol of the
feeiillgs seutlelts nlel gle\llles of
Ihe lelho tel II shOll 111 ( tlllorll ! .
J\el that Is w'hiy hc filly received 1OO ) .
votes fet ' O\'I'IOI In Douglas l'oI1t
hit 18IO , 'hel'c hm'c t were iiiore ( hail
10,000 ! llllll'U wih Votes to gIve to
( Ito cllel\lltl' of tht'll cholcl' :1' .
Powers touhteHs his earned 1 110llol
at time hllls of his party ' , hit lS lahol )
eOl\llslolel' he1 hl ) 1 rOlll io'g II
n sCllu'e hole. Ills 111Jnllllwlt ) Is I
hllllel ! fl'OI the Sllllllnilt of lefm'1 ,
nnelore thal ( I hlllell'l , ns In lilvest-
IIIl lu 11111Ht ) futures.
'rhe I4ilmerai I 1 league ! of Iowa his ont-
Ihwd Its 11\1111 ago bimst n : 1ll01lscil )
cOIsttutolaltelllIWtt ( : alul the iro-
ithiItOt'y : llIU11 la\s IOW II force II
thl t sll tc. 'rIl . lext hegisiature t wi
con hlll. : ( llllt ) (11 rcJec thl' ( proposal
of time rlelnl re oluton of Ihe Issllhl '
which COhltt'ililiflteS the siiimiiilsshomi to : :
Vote of time IHOllll' 01 I ( 'onHllutonll
alClllcnl Jlohlhlll theRe :11 ( Inh'
of intoxicating Ilipuot's. " 'hatl'\'I' ( iro-
hlhltou . tilert' hOlly hIt ? In town
I ; . ; Iio\s. 111cl HtatutolT Cilnet- :
111t 'l'le : lirclosltk ii 10 hc Irnee
ni Issue Is for constlutolnl
11lohlhl iou. 'rhe llauc : I : 10111U'lls:1 ) ;
nle Reeks 10 enlIst lthl'lells or all lolIt-
leO ( hi'lSbo1iS In its efforts to efl'ectunhiy
nle In:1y settle I qUCRtol ( hat hl
mcltcl ( that great state for the 11lst le-
cmlc. 'rhe 11'OSIICCtUS of thc lea"\t
11h"ocatc : the adoptIon of a relisoilalllo
license law. such lS has pl\"CI HO sue-
cesfnl IIIl satisfactory In NehlHlm
lue other HinteR In lie ( 11111011. Judged .
by thc telpcI' of thc people of Iowa ns :
shown In recent electols , there cln he
hut i little douht thlt the Rlatstcs : nail
. lirgulnietits which are at the cOlnulll
or the lea ue1 hye toilIng elel'l
ullon the voters of that slate. With
the exlmllle which Xoblaslm Imreselits
of thc elclc ' mil wlslol of a lIcense
systelli the league ought to hI ahle : ) to
convince the majority of thc cn'ol's of
the llast.and that ( tIe time 11 rill for I
reversal of polIcy with respect to the
' .he Chicago Rccol Inl.s IL comparIson -
son . of the tefnlcatons of the late trIH- :
t.Cl of Ilnois 1\1 the alscoleln/
trcaRI'Cl of South Dnlmtn. I coils at-
tcnBon to the fact thnt hy I c\rlonf co-
llcilence tIe Imount of public 10ne '
tnl.en Is Ill the one ease hut n few hiuumi-
el'el dolhu's mO'C thnl In thc othc
Both thc state treasurers ClljOyel ( geli-
ell connecncl mll ICSllCCt luring 10st
of the ( line of thel' lleCtllhltbohlS. In
hoth cnseH the nlne ' secls to have
hlen frlttei'ed llW'113' In Coles of RIH'cull'
ton t nnel Ipcl.lcHs CXieilditlit'e. ! 'hrc Is
one 1Il10ltnnt ) t111erenco. howevcl' , that
shol11 hot Ic oVllloo.PI1 ] That II the
atttude of time honeHlen ) ( tOV1irl the
puhlc ) whol tIey hnl' ulu'nnteecl
against loss h ) ' the faithless olilclnis. In
IllInois the h011slln 1111 good the
11efnlclton Ii'OililtlY ) and wlholt lu10.1
In South Dnlwta I IH 10uhlfnl whelhel
time h011Hlel 1'1 Oe for tw nlountl
for which they , hOll ( ! unlllel ! In thc
hOllnne they are takimmg nllvlntlge of
every 1001)holo alc stllnln eveiy hegiil
technlcnl ' 10 eScnll ! liabilIty. 'j'lw
pcol of Ilnois arc hot ' affected ( l' the
tlshoncHty of their late 'Hlate treusmiro'r ,
whle tIe Iwollle ) ) .of South Dnkota hn\'o
good 11'oHIfcls ) of hlnlln" the t greater
pnlt of the loss timeillSo'iVeS.
I1x.RlcI'clu'r 01 State Alon Is tryhimg
to 11tIHh [ ) ! time claim of GO\'m'll :
( ii'ouuiist' that the 101'e econollcni 11(1.
mlllslmtol ( of thc state Iiustltumt bus
Illln ( thl t last two t , 'enl's I : euc 10 time
cl'I'11 of the lo\'m'nO' In ( lint dIrection.
: f' . iiio'ii IISIIIH thnt whtevcl' saving
hnl heen ) elflctltl ( hr ) Iwle' 1lI1Ili or
Inlllgelcnt IllSl'1 l'xehllh'II ' fll hc
tevotol 01 ! the Vlti'bOllH state hOlx'lll , to
their iliit . ies. amid thl ( credIt fc. ' this he
lil)010'Stl3' tmmkt'14 Ill0n ) imhuimselt' . 'lhlt Is
of COI'IC ( a Iluestol for ? 1' I . Abio'ii to
settu wIth CxUIH'm'nOI C 1 Ii m ! Bnt
tal.111 Ilto ' l'olHhlcrtol tll ! whole 01.
dnll'II'l'm' : of the . laHt Hel'I'I'hl' ' of HtUI
Hltl lltOl'O 111.tcnlnl'I t ) ' hIs outragnls (
wnHlo 01' imlohIty on h'JIHllth'u HIIIIIS )
just II'o\'loIH to hit exit from oleu , the
peolll1 wlnt HO\cthll1 ( mol thun
: ' . Ueui's w'ot'd to con\llcc tl\ of
tIle great . ohlg1 ton to hltl I C' which
thc ) ' rest. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
A cOl'eslonelent ! nt San DeJoTICR
'I'hie Bee to WII'n our pCOlllo itgaiuist any
llw ( hint would enuhlo cnlllllllK to
1)111 ( up multi mulillin . \010)01) or
wltm' Imlllll 'J'hel'o t.o hll : \ 1)0.
tore time legislature which COi tCl)11 te
Just . Imch ) I wltel' 10nool . ' itS that
now exIstIng In certain ) OI.tOUi or Cmill.
( orimba . A 111'ou or The lIce lt GCI -
lug , Scotf 1lu ( county , recently
Aom11et ttI ( note or wnrlng. I
mildly 1e nectlltrll ) ( ns nu Ilnlera1le ! fact .
thnt the state , the ( count ' or thc city
governtnen.n11'ut Oltlol 11 ( 'hlliliS and
11Ignllg < ! , dfl's , else thc interests of
time people caiuluot he ) protecteh. ( Mo-
IlI1101 ' In nn ) Inttal resource or sup-
111) Is reiulgmmmmt. to nI ! men 111 IURt
not 1e ) ct'mltcel ( II Nebraska
Onr ntcftol has Iclm 11h-ctNl ( to
oue serious o1istnhe that wou11 ( he Ill
then ( f o Iln"II ( thc prollRcd audI-
tOI'htl on tw state fair I'1111s n snc-
cess , . aut that Is the wnlt oC accessi-
hll . Ou this ( llolnt we concellc thm'
Is very grave doubt of thc II'nctclhll ) '
of the IH'oject.u nUt10rhlu ou the
( mile gluutls would he ) al\ost euth'II '
Oult of reach ttlll ouchnll of the
year , nUll It 111wonIl ( be of easy
nccss CXClllt 11m'lu/ the Cnh' ' 10 lu-
RI'C Its SuCCeSS It IURt he cuntll '
located , lt fOle 11Int whel'e nil tht (
street ' ' lInes ' ' . Time
! I'cet l'alwl C01'cl'"e.
trouble wih time Colseu\ has been
Unit I Ii lot In le I'enchell ( except 1 '
oue Ile of AI'eet enlS , 111 hl'ln" ) WIlY
ou I of tht 110lln [ ) lon ( cehlter Is wi 11111
'ilS , . ' s'iilkIiig iilstmmimce foi ' ' ' '
Ins wnlll elsluuec OIIIII'nth'pl )
fe\ pe'ollie. A fl'IUIC hlllll ) OIl the
flh'10111s woult 1e 1\llahle emily
ill' ; IL ' ' ' . I t Voiiil lthTOI'l
lS KtlUlI' 11\101. I wOIII ( uleJl
Iootl shelm' fl'ol Illn : ld vliul . hut
w01111 wlntcI' , hc I lll'fee Ice hOlsc In 1111(1-
'l'hc nll11lullHlt of Icuatol' ? dhIuiuii0L- (
sou 1114 Jlt'lal oICIO' of the B. & : [
m'ntlrolui wi i'eIiiO'L' thc t lc"nl depart- ,
leut of the road f\l rlucnll to I
( ) timahia. I wi 11\'e I tlltllley to ( I
st1tVV ( ' out time coutnleut of imtungers-oit
thlt : for 'l'I'H hn\e Infeslet the ohilco'
of the nlO'IIY of the real : itt the state
t'itiitlti. TIme gaig of into years hc-
came sOlewhnl ulltlr , If not eklnnl ,
its I"alist \i h' . I iohit'eges 11clltlon. Int
WIS wonl to 1'11 tl ( polics of time
slate of LlnciHlcl : after theIr own no-
tonN of tiibmigs. "Iwlhel time law de-
paltlent , uhimleI SeiittorIitiileFSOil ,
wi Ilahhle Iii politIcs to any consblern-
lle extent leluins 10 be c0lslle\-1
- - - - - - - - - - - -
A 1'uhl. 1".1 I I 1 'rivit to Snul
A IJblc hOl11 ( Issle ought to be a tlhlc )
boml hutle 1\1 n private snal ought to be
a private 50111) . This Is i not only n colnhi-
lon hut also a theory t which confrolt ! us.
' li I1ittcVII,4 or \cmlrncy.
Ballmorr lemlll ( , hem. ) .
I Is a bitter humiliation 10 Americans
that . whlc Briish .consols are selling on a
2 Y per cenl tI1503 ) . our national ! credit
should suffer this Hhameful degradation to
a 3 * pel' cenl Imsls.
: _ ) ) ' . -
1 111 Irln for ObLinacy.
: Courier Journal.
The "coin" bonds ) will bc redeemed In
gold. Ami 'rt rathel' 111 ( authorize the
formality of ! exp"ssly Iayln ! so on their (
face congress will malt the taxpayers of
thc country pay ! l extra 31G.Oo In Interest -
est on the new ( bloclt of bonds.
. Good )1tt. ) ) fUr Evorybody.
New York TrIbune.
Now Is the t1rito for u1 well-to-do and
fortunate . to . help the Poor and miserable.
It has been' honIr slnc so many and
such urgent delTunds were made upon the
charitable nlll 'phianthropic societies.
"Lend a hand" ' 11 a good mete for thIs
w I1eI'ofIim'lqhg - - . n.r'n. " ! .
' 9' - ! ' 1
' 'cul h- InterO I.
Prcsent' Clc\el \ll ( has maIe the cleanest -
est SWeel ever malic In the 'consular ferv- ,
Ice. He has removed 209 consuls anll re-
talne thlrl . -two , most of the tater being
his own alPolntmeats la his first tern
Scores of thee men removed were classed
as nonpart nns. Time pressurc of party has
been so great that he has removed many
emclent men ful ' equipped for service and
allpolnte to pllces , han ers-on whose only
Ilness was that they were democrats and
had a pull. _ - _ _ . _ _ _ _
, \mcrl-n's Fhnmch.1 I'olc )
BImetalsm Is unquestonahly the fnan-
cial doctrine of the American people as n
whole. The great political parties have declared -
dared themselVes again and again for
"gold hnd sl\'er. the money of the const-
tuttoli. " I there Is a strong movement
today In certain quarters to establish n
silver standard In this country I Is duo
chiefly to resentment at sliver demonetiza-
chlely slver emonelza-
tion . amid to the fear. however baseless It
may he that our government may he llr-
suaded . on sonIc specious pretext. to attempt -
tempt to enthrone gold monometalism In
An International me'lolary conference
called hy thc president of the United States ,
with the avowti hope that It might pro-
mote the Rood cause of hlmetatsm here
and throughout the world-what far-reach-
Ing results mlht It not accomplsh for
good l _ _ _ _ _ _
The UIl3'svard Tamgody Discounls Fiction. I
Ulynart , lI"dy leton'
Were such a story as this one now being
told with fulness and picturesqueness put
between covers and Issued as a novel how
the critics would rail at It ! I made Into
a melodrama amid 8ta01. what a volley of
ridicule would b dlscharged upon II I
woutl he 11sml set1 ns improbable , Inos-
slide utterly untrue to nature , without
parallel In fact The realists and thc
parlel would execrate It as It wild flight ,
of romantic folly . 'hie the romanticists
would dismiss It as too improbable to he
real and too ugly to he romantic. Yet It
has nil hnr'penet ' or I ! happening In Minne-
npohis today . Iml whIle the trial of Hay-
ward contInues reader of the trial neel
never regret that the enterprising Dime
Novel Beadle and his Imaginative asso-
elate Ned hhuntiille . have gone where hymn
books - lake . . the , _ place _ . _ _ of . _ detective _ _ , . _ . , r. stories _ _ . _
next. anti " notning . 1 > ever . tU"LIU\U H UU
WashIngton News : La Gazcgn's ICe re-
turn to the American chore only strengthens
the b ! lef that there Is alter all a wonderful
lot of safety on hoard the modern steel ves-
sels notwlthslandlng their p\\erCul maChlHr :
Day sometmcs hcome , crippied.
ChIcago Trlbjne : Out ) time result coull not
have been other than , I Counlerlng or the V09
eel wIth the los Qt eli on board hal nol time
best or good ee9ndnphp ! and good eneralshlp
been eean Ihrlgh the whole tmo oC
trial and lscrtonLtemp red with courage.
Philadelphia l rne' : This touch of nature
w111ch makes t" jyllolo ; world kin made time
whole world anxlou.lfor time urety of the 1131 i
eengen anti crew ' La Gascogne as though
every imperiled ' ; } xlull had been a brother or
sister and Ih ! iI ; ] ng over her safe arrival
wi bo universa'h.1 !
New York \ ) illl ; The problem , oC sea-
worthiness Is c3tiptiy ) ! ) solved. The moern
ship ! will float io ) . platter what storms chic
may immeet hIe' 1)0 /pphlnery may break down
so that she shal / lJrung , overdue , hut lit time
end she sails Into port t. So long as site keep
off a hostile simdIeguards , against fro and Is
not In coiiis'on , he' pjaan steamer of our tme
18 safe beycnl ajieraj1venture.
New York Tlnll.l.HThf most obvious lesson
Is how saC aol r"Olar transatlantIc travel
has become wie' tb& detention at a ilner
for a week has'fc'oiie " 1 topic at time first
Importance ant urgency , Long aCer the 11
troductlon oC steali , eVen twenty year ago ,
ncthlng wouid Ila\'o bien thought oC such a
detention In face oC luch exceptional conditions
of weather as have prevaIled since the Oaa.
VT1JIi T.dNIS TItAN ( ) UIt.
VTum rI ] Tl.o ( UlS.
Lord nosebery elms determined to 110ld
on to that pat oC hil program which proposcs
time dlseslablshment ot the church In \Veles.
In this mater there b ul10ubiEdly 1 very
strong force ot public sentiment behind th
government , buL slnco the opening ot the
qtmestion there ha been a change In the char-
actor ot that sentiment. AlhouRh the church
Wales Is almost certain 10 be 11lstlablshed ,
thee Is a feeling II sonu quarters thal tt
sholll not be disentloweti ! ] Some c its most
Influential members have prepare,1 , n new bi ,
which Is ( all to bc satisfactory 10 oiisenters. ,
Its chleC features are disestablishment wllh- : .
omit 11senlowmenl , a fairer dIstribution oC cx-
htng endowments , time grant to time laity oC
1 larger share In church management , and
time erection 0 [ Wales Into an Independent
ecclelastcal provhuice , under its own arch-
blshcp. Such a measure I. In time lne of re-
form whie It 10 also a concession 10 the na-
tonl spirit . which Is nowhere stronger In
any part oC the Unlcl , Kingdom than It Is
In \Vaies. I Ioull be slrnngo It Welsh liOn-
conformists shouhl protest against 11sendow-
fluent and It would bo curious 10 watch the
attitude oC the I nslsh nonconformIsts on the
question. Lord Hosebcry has ready har n
taste ot their opposItIon.
Alhough barely ten years have elapsed
since Germany set about the national work
of colony btmilthing . her progress In this re-
sllect has been altogether phenomcnal. Thc
Teutol lag foals over territory surpassIng
five tunes In superfcies that of the Plther-
land and thin rowth oC that colonial cm-
plre which Prince Blmarck Inaugurated In
1881 can only bo comlnred to that of
Jonnh's gourd. I remains 10 bo seen
whelhcr this mlonlshlng development wi
pro\o Clhcmeral ) or hasting. One slgnllcant
fact however Is that after thl eXIerlenco
oC ten years the Ocrmans are as united ! In
their beleC as 10 the wisdom of possessing
colonlcs nnd their value lS they werc nt time
oulet. This Is nil tl more noteworthy
since not one of these dependencies has lS
yet b m to pay Its way , hut sti contnues
n serious charge upon the Imperlli ex-
chequer. Nor are time colonies as yet of oily
great account conmlmlerciahiy . since the gross
value oC Imports and exports of the German
possefslons In Africa Iloes not exceed
$8,000.00 per annum. Neither can time colo-
nies bl considered oC mnch Inporlance to
Germany as 1 home for her surplus popula-
tion . since nccordlng to limo ofcial statistics
just Issued nt Berln , time total number cf
German subjects In German colonies after
ten years of colonIzing does not exceed 2.000 :
that Is. 10 say not so many as sometmes
reach New York In the space oC one week
from Bremen and hlammibmmrg. Far Crom
being discouraged the Imperial governmcnt
Is displaying much eucrgy and foresight In
establishing lines of steamers to Asia Anwr-
lea . amId Atmstrahasia making Germal Infu-
dIce felt In 1)lace where a few years ago
It was nn unlno\\'n quantity . and Is , more-
over taking the lear oC all European powers
In the construction of ralronds Inlo the Interior -
tenor of Africa. This Is the key to the devel-
olnnent oC the Dark Contlimeimt . and Germany
deserves the good will anti jratude at trade
nml commerce throughout time wont ! .
At a recent meetIng of the Charity Orgnlza-
ton society In Lon cn. Mr. C. S. Loch read
statistics to prove that there has been a
ateady decrease oC pauperism In England dur-
bag the last forty year According to his fig-
urea In 1851 thc pauperism amountc to .1
per cent oC the population . In I8H to 2. per
cent. During the same period the pauperism ,
ot old age ( ICrsCns over GO ) eereased from
21.5 to 13.7 per cent. The cot oC maintainIng -
Ing time paupers It appears , var'es gcneraly
with thl price of whcat. The cost par head
was greatest In 1872 (7s ( * t1) ) : II then tell to
about Gs , and has not decreased since.
Vagrancy on time other hand which before
1872 had Increased and decreaser with the I
Use and fail In pauperism since 1872 has Increased -
creaser greatly In spIte ot the decrea9 of
lauperism ln Shropshlro and Huntngdon-
shire pauperism has diminished 53 and 66 per
cent respectivehy. London , lIke Lancashire
can only show a decrease of 3 per cent. sInce
1861 The numbers are 98.400 and 95,300.
Mr. Loch concluded hIs statistics hy showing
that between 1881 and 189 the volume or
pauperism throughout the country lmln-
isimech "probahly hy i about 140,000 In a single
year" "The policy oC restricted relief to
the able-bodied , coupled with marked
economic has , " he
progress , produced says ,
"an astonishing Improvement In the Independence -
ence and self-relance ! ' oC the people. "
There Is at Ilres nt before the German
Relchstag n bill for the reform oC crIminal
procedure which Is meeting with much oppositiOn -
slton from many or the mast eminent lawyers i
In 1 [ the country. Judge Ashcro\ well 'known I '
In this country and Great BritaIn as an' .
authority oa English law , has drawn up an
alternative scheme ' \hlch has received the
support or many leaders of the German
bar. I provides for the substitution or
Judges for Juries In many cases , the refer-
ence of petty offenses to minor courts the
declaration oc the camme of arrest In every
warrant the protection of prisoners' rigimts
and the slmplfcaton ! of ulcs of procedure.
The fundamental features of the proposed reforms -
forms laclude time participation of non.pro-
fesslonal judges In the work of all penal courts
and an Increase In the number or cases comIng -
Ing under the jurisdiction or the district
courts. Another important point Is the ahol-
ton of the power oC indictment upon the
mere Issuing oC a resolution . to open , proceel-
Ings. Instead oC two grounds of arrest stated
Ill the present regulations for procedure In
criminal cases Dr Ashcrott suggests that It
shouldbe lEn entirely to the conscientious
discretion ot the judo 10 decide whether , incase
case or strong suspicion of a crime or or
grave misdemeanor , arrest Is necessary with
a view to the proper carrying out of the crimInal -
Inal procelure ; and points out that In England
thIs has long been an uncontested rule. Another
other point upon which he InsIsts Is that morc
care should he exercised In prelminary pro
ceedings , In which , under the present sys-
rrgarded. tern personal rlghls arc oren practically dim-
. . .
Prince Assln .oC Egypt , who has been per-
mited hy Queen Victoria to Join the Sevcnth
Hussars at l3omnbay where he will have as
one oC his fellow officers young Prince Alex-
nnder oC Teck Is the same prince who about
a year ago created such a scandal at lerln
by deserting from tub reghnenl In which he
was serving and takIng 10 flIght In order
to escape the executon oC . a warrant for his
arrest as a fugitive and a fraudulent deblor.
lnmperor l WillIam , aCer having In vain rt
monstratell wIth him on the score oC his
extravagance , showed nellher consideraton
nor mercy to him or tu his relatves when
the crash came , for he permItted time official
gazette of time empire lo puhlsh the notilica-
ton of his dls\issal from the German army
and Ikewlso a sum mOis to appear beforetime
the tribunals oC the lrusslan metropolis . In
order 10 submll 10 examination with rrgarJ
10 a numbr oC promissory noles , milieu which
ho hr. ' ] raised money and which hal been
dishonored . I was time first tm thai n
notIfication of this elnl } , had ever been puh-
Ishell conc rnllg n prince of a reigning ram-
fly In any omclal palmer , anti It may bo hnag-
Inell Ihat time maier created much commolun
throughout I Enroot. Prince Aesin's mother
has since pall oft Ihoso creditors who were
In n pChllon 10 mnleo legal trouble Car hereon
son , those who were not able to Inatlto
criminal proceedings being left out In time
cold Prince Assln Is a son oC that PrInce
Hassan oC Egypt who commanded the 1 jYP-
tan contngent ) during time war with Turkey
1111 Husla , smith who had n large number of
Amerle3n ofcers under his orders In thc
last Egyptan war with -a Ahysslnla.
A Shot nt the 1.lmlt.
The new bonds are to run thirty ) 'carl ,
which Is to say thnt they will mature
long beCore anolher democratic Ilresl ont
Highest of al in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't ' Report
R V Baking
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Nebraska City News : Judge ] Scottln ( or-
Inlnly , by his prcllnr rulIngs ns n juilgo
disgraced the bench 111 8holh ho removed
I nil Is true that Is charger against iilrn
st . Pal Republican : Were I any ono but
Hose water who made the charges the jnllgo
nlll his friends might have cause for alarm ,
bilL with the members oC time present legl8ln.
turn gooll time rccommnentiatlon joss' enmity Is . eqllvllcnt 10 1 pretty
Sliver Creole Thnrs : Scott Is a disgrace to
time Nebraska Jlrlclnl'Y nnll n ItSraCC the
slale. t Is Imrprlsln lhat he Shiomhiti have
been so long tolerated . lie sholld he 1m
peachet ! nt once nml IgnominIously fired ell
oC ofce to stn ) ' . We have nlrcady had enough
and [ too mich at lila Imlllodng ali oC his
acts of tyranny.
Lincoln News : I Is to bo regretteol that
the fact that Hoscwlter Is his enemy can be
ullzcl1 for the protection ut Judge ] Scott ot
Omaha In his Icnlllnlols abuse of riutimortty .
ills career a8 a jndge ot the district cOlrt
has been ctsgraceul In the extreme nll ! to
tolerate such InMuo assumptons of authority
aUll abuses oC 1lower'Is to cndangcr the lIberty
oC every mnn and woman wihIn his jurIs-
dicton , antI a good many wlo arc noL law-
CII ) ' so Nothing could so effectIvely bring
courts Into contempt and disrepute a8 to
have such jlical outrages as hI hns IJerpe-
tralcd. and bids faIr to continue perpetrating .
ga unrebulcd , There can be no pnlrlotsm Iii
sciking to contlue Ruch nn unrlasoua1lc
jlJlclnl tyrant In office . and If he were nOl
an nvowell cnemy oC Hose\uler heoul ] not
bo tolerated '
for n momcnt. Hosowalcr's
nntpathy alight not to serve to leeell him In
olco If there Is any IIOI\'er thal can remimovo
him. I will 11nlf ' time hench to hl\'o remo\o
summariy froth . 111 time legislature ought to
forget Hoselater long emmotmgii to render the
bar time bench nlll time state this sigimluicamit
Tekamnh Burlonlan : The Inlk oC Impeachment -
ment procecdlngs agaInst Judge C. U. Scott
has naturll ' revived the record he mantle In
Burt coulty as district jUllgo In thc Inlo or
1892. This Icrm of court was I contnuous rai
exhibiton oC ill temuper . hnoranco nl11
rulanlsl on time part of time judge. lie
abused the lawyers who IJractcel1 In his !
court nnd when they remonstrnted he Ihreat-
cncd fines anti limmprisormimment In fact ho diti
fine fl.V. . Pelerson $100 anti costs because
Ir. Peterson was lot ready to try I case.
Mr . I'etersomm was conlnltcll to Jai , butt released -
leased n few moments hater Ipon n writ of
hnlc s corpus Issued by County Judge C. T.
iickinson. The outcome of his actions In
Burt county was that the attorneys reCusclI
10 appear before iminm the court was ad-
jourcll III In disgrace he let with thc
tmnderstammtllimg ( ] that he wculd '
uncrslanlln never return to
preside as jndge In lhls county . Ills career
has at last brought him face ) 10 face witim
Impeachmcnt proceedings , which he Is strenuously -
uously trying . to thwart. Time lawyers of
Burt count ) coniemlllltc ) a Icetng for the
purlloso of urglnl his Impenchment. Time ) '
regard his removal ns necessary to " lpiiiqo
time judiciary anti thc legal Imrofession - of time
slain he lias put upon it. lila history Tli I
nppearcl In The Bee lost Suntlay portrayeti
from start to fnish the same Scott as IJrc- .
sided over the Ilstrlct court or Burt county
II time fail of 1892. A recent effort to IJIlce
hlmsclf umler the Protection of thc A. p , A.
promises to result In nn cxpose ) that will
male iiis prellcament worsc. Some of the
members of that honorahle
llal organizaton have
Ilhlcly lsclahlcd nil knowledge of its
sympathy for him , whie others who arc
veil acqualnled wIth the jtmtlge say they
can read between the lines of time pelton
purporting to come from Limo A. P. A. and
sent to the lejlslature , anti that time judge
hhnself was the writer and instigator of the
Burt County herald : The Dee or Sunday
gave a full image to the hlstor or Judge Scott.
I Is a pit ) ' that his history could not ha\'e
been known prier to his election and the disgraceful -
graceful proceedings and injustices done In
his court would never have occurred . I Is
quite probable that Impeachment proceedings
'viIi ho instituted agalnsl ' 'him In anticipation -
tea of this he or SOIO of his frlcnds have
Issued a cIrcular to time people of this ohltnict
endeavoring to hIde the real Issue In a , tirade
against Edward Rosewater. This circular
purports to come from the American Protec- I
tvo association . The Herald can speak from .
the experience of Blrt county with this er-
ratio Judge .nd say that It belIeves Scot ant !
his henchmen will find same one beSides Ed-
ward Rosewater back of
Rosewter Impeachment pro-
cet'Jlngs sholid the ) ' ho started . The people
of thIs dlslrlct are tired oC a clown and ! cir-
cus court and the general feeling seems to be
that life and properly are unsafe In his
hands. I was here that Scott put his tragic
comedy first on the boards le seemed to he
pssesse of the Idea that all that was neces-
sary to male hlmselr popular with the masses
was to roast time attonmmeys . which ho at-
lempled to do hy grand stand plays to the
amidlenccm In the court room. lie was , however -
ever , quickly checkmated by the Burt county
bar , who broughl charges of insanity agaitmst
him , and ho was clteJ to appear before the
commissioners oC Insnnly for examination .
Court adjourned shortly afterwards and time
or the Fourth district appointed a committee -
mittee to Investgato the case. They met
here and took considerable testimony anti the
necessary acton was about to be taken to
institute Imprchment proceedings when At-
lorey Wharton a counsel for Scott , made
overtures to the Burt county bar agreeing
that If time ) ' would let the mater rest Scott
would. nol como back again . and ho never
did. Many imere still thInk timat the diagnosis
of time Scott malady by time Bunt county bar
was nearly correct and his examination at
that time before time comumissioners of insan.
ity simouid have been inisted upon.
A Kick fromim Limamtmm ,
Lmncoln DaIly Nevmm.
The directors of the Burlington rahlroath
company imave elected Senator Mandersaa to
succeed time late T. M. Marquett as general
sailc toe of the roami in Nebraska. Time seaMer '
has accepted ( tie 0111cc , the proffer ot which
was m'natio sonic ix weeks ego. although he
Iimmilgnantly denleti cay smicim tlihimg ommiy a
few days since. Just what actmmated the oil.
rectors In making the meiectlon I not 'kimown , \
Mr. leweese is ii nuuch better lswyer nmmmi Is
more In teach with weatern interests than
Mantierson , and to pass over imlii ciarns to the e.
! UCCeslOn anti PIcic tip Maioieton wIll imot
Impress those wimo know huh whim time wIsdom 't
of the railroati ofliclais. It Maumderson was
seiected becaumse of any smmppesed ooiitlcai influence -
fluence he imossesses him N. brska a stIll greater
mistnko imas been mimtie , ills iImfiiiclmce here is
nil , ammoi it lie hail hind time tenuerlty to lmimvo
tried for re-election as Senator this winter lie
wommiti mmot have sectired a cerImorsi's guard
of' smmpporters , Time asammnuptlon that perhaps
the railroads neetieti mnoro senators to vote for
the pooling bIll , wimbcim legalizes trusts for the
lnmrpose of raIsing ratea , may not be so very
vlohent , imiwevcras atflrst timougimt.
11IIrTI.Jfl.I TO A .z'or.vr.
Ti'umtii : "Yes. ' ' remimmirked time egg , 'mmmy
thmeatnicai venture Was it Imllo'cesmu. I was
cast for time Viliaimm nmiti ummmttic a grettt hilt. "
Utica Observer : There is imotimbng mmuoro
attractive to a mmmamm wltim time toothache
timrtrm a Imicturo of a imttmmthsommmoi set of store
Pimilatleipimia Ilc'enrdOiil Ltttly-W'imy are
you two mmmcii immtlimg suo'im frlgimt flu Ian-
gllago ? lingumon ' 1'mtttors-\'cii , hail ) ' ,
mule itmu' mae Pnn.i lbs to exohnmugo imo'tttett
vortlmu fur ( yr keep vttrmmm , hot lmmtIn' no
Immohinnapolls Jotlrnal ' " 1'
: 1 see , remnarketi
Mr. 1)ismmmmol Iavsomm , ' 'thmnt a feller ihowmm
In Mnssmmclmtiotts ha miramik Limirti'omu
glmmsses of booze bet . ' '
umu a anmi It heilt imimim.
"No vontier , " smmlim 'ui r. Evt'rett.'rest. .
"Timlm'teemm iii it sure hmoumloo , lb imad orter
flmmuie It fourteen. "
Now York Record : " 0 , simawi Youm'ro
ti'ylumg to nmnke a fool of lIme , mmow. " "iii-
tiect , I nmmm mmot. I Immive etnmscientltmtis
scruples wimlclm vrevommt mmmc froimi mtcccptimmj
to simmomctmrou , "
Shin muever slugs time old , old soumgmu
Simo sit riekemi I n dmu vs ut you'o
She mmn'er timulummlnd tlmo keylolmfll now'
Until lien timulmibs mtro solo.
Altmsl mmmoml time imtt'Rt grmtmmti ,
Silo mmevet mmioro'iii lIla ) '
Sime ( milled witim time Iimstutllnments , aiIm ]
'rhe"vo taken It 'awmt' .
riti : sriaz'r.us
New 'L'omk Stmum.
Cnriisie , lie
Says timerom's a surplus imm time Treasui. .
Juimmm G. . S
Carlisle , he
Kmiovs ' a mmcnp amore than you or me.
Cmti'lisie , hue
Sa's there's 0. stIrpItme in time Treastmreoi
Joimim (1 ,
Carlisle , lb
Ommgimt to set it out so's time folks can ace.
Jtimml G ,
Carlisle , ime
Is lilei"S right as lie can be.
"ralmut that :
To stanti pat.
Joimui ougimt to say vimero time smmrplun s mit.
$ yy7li :
l3oth the method and rcsmilts when
Syrup of Figs is takcii ; it is JlCaSahlt
amid refreshing to the taste , and acts
gently yet ; prohmiptly Oil time Kidneys ,
Liver and liowels , cleanses the sys.
teIn effectually1 ( l1s1)cis colds , head.
aches and fevers and cures Imabittual ,
Constipation. Syrup of Figs is hc
only remedy of its kind ever
dilcod , pleasing to the taste and uc.
C01)talilC to the stoiimnclm , prohnlt in
ith action 011(1 truly beneficial in 5t
effects , Prelarcd only fi'om the most
healthyand agreeable ubstanccs , itti
IflhOfly excellent qualities comniciuj it
to all aitd have made it the most 'i '
1)optllnr remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for 'sale in o
cent bottles by all lcadiimg drug.
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on llafl(1 will procure -
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
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. - . Yout-Moiray's Worth ot' Year Moncy ILt ,
Boys' Big Bargains--
We will waist your bDy tomorrow with Wilson
LJyi Bro's celebrated waists , for loss money
, G than you've been able to buy waists for
: , a long time , For hail' a dollar we'll
lot you have either a Frenoh Percale ,
t or Ponang waist , thaL you always pay
\ $1.00 and $1.50 for. The flannel waists
't 'I" 01' the $1.00 , $1.50 and $2.O0 qualities ,
will be in one lot at $1.00 , We'll sell
your boy a good cheviot suit for $2.50 that i worth $4 ;
or you can have a $4.50 gray all wool cheviot suit for
$3 , Black cheriot suits , $6 kind , for $4. These are all
for ages 4 to 7 , and are of' our very bast quality.
Gentlemen will be interested in knowing that we
have received the now spring styles of the "Sletson
Special , " the best and most popular hat on earth. All
the now shapes in other spring hats are in , too.
BROWNING , ICING & Co. ,
Reliable Chothiicri , N.V. . Cur. 15th and Joiuiits.
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