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Saturday Morning Courier.
VOLUME 8, NO. 34.
WNGOLN, NHBUASKA, SATURDAY, JUIoY 29, 1893.
PKIGB FIVIi GENTS
Tho stranger who nrrlves In Chicago
llnda himself nt son, and unlcsB ho is
skilled in tho art of travel ho Is more
than likely to ho fleeced in peeking
guidance of tho Jehus that swam tho
various depots. Chicago 1h a city of
great diBtances nnd multiplied railway
HtntioiiH, and thoBltuation is at onco con
fusing to now comers particularly bo
this crowded seuson. Therefore, to
strangers and oven those who havo a
limited acquaintance of tho city, my
advice is not to como until you havo cor
responded with bo mo relative, friend or
reliable agent and made your arrange
ments. When you nrrivo you will find
it advantageous to know just what to do
und where to go, independent of hack
, men and idlers, who are on tho keen
watch for suckers. Information should
bo sought only of ;olieomun and uni
formed depot agents, and oven of them
ask only tho directions you havo been
advised to take They aro bombarded
day and night, and it is not to bo
wondered at if they frequently Iobo
patience and give unsatisfactory replies.
Don't bring a trunk or oven a largo
valise bnggngo always proves a heavy
item of expense, porter's tips included.
Unless you aro ambitious to bo seen as
well as to bco, ono good suit of clothes
will bo found enough for a fortnight's
visit, with sufficient lined for a duily
change. A small grip will hold this,
together with your own toilet articles,
including u hair brush. A gentleman
who can shuvo himself and has his outfit
with him will not regrot it, owing to tho
crowded shops and incompetents that
are counterfeiting as barbers.
After you havo secured a room and
are ready to sco tho city and tho fuir,
buy a dime map at any nows staud and
study "tho lay of tho land." This will
qva vmi tnnnv Itama sif ovtmnan rullnvn
"JsoTIJoVaSkingque'itions and enable you
to systemizo your sight-seeing. If you
patronizo a hotel, boarding-house or tent
near tho fair grounds you will buvo rail
way, boat and street car faro a very
considerable item in tho aggregate.
Your expenso coming to tho city and
whilo you aro hero will not vary much
either way from tho following cstimato:
Railway ticket, ono faro for tho round
trip; lodging or room, 81 a day with
room-mate or 92 without; meals, 91.50,
or 50 cents each by strict economy; car
fare, 25 cents a duy; world fair ticket, 50
cents. Total, 93.25 a day.
In a word, 825 a week will cover tho
cost if hard economy is enforced, but
incidentals multiply iiko stars on u clear
night and seem quite as ditllcult to keep
back. Fifty cents, howover, pays for
everything to bo seen in tho fairgrounds,
and no extras are necessary unless you
yield to temptation and patronizo tho
side shows in tho Midway plalsanco.
Tho plaiBanco itself is frco nnd a world's
fair of its own without entering a single
ono of its admission shows. Tho strange
and grotesque foreign peoplo who con
stitute its population aro quito as fond
of seeing and being seen as some Ameri
cans are, and freely exhibit themsolves
on this odd cosmopolitan thoroughfuro
every day and evening. Somo of them,
like their side shows, aro palpable fakes.
A few, howover, aro genuine, and if ono
has tho money to spuro their exhibits
are worthy seeing being educational
and enjoyable. Thero aro in all about
titty of them, and it would tako 825 to
see tho comploto list.
Tho majority who como to tho world's
fair have but a week or ten days to sco
tho whole of it, and must therefore savo
their timo as well as their money. Tho
way to do this is to see it systematically.
Being familiur with tho grounds I offer
tho following suggestions and routo:
Most peoplo arrive at tho main entranco
Sixty-fourth street and ask for tho
administration building and plaza. This
is one of tho finest viows tho exposition
affords and gives a grand first impression.
Devote your first duy to tho machinery
and agriculturo buildings, and tho ox
hibts south of them. Give your first
evening on tho grounds to tho olectricul
building. Tho second day should bo
given to tho transportation, horticultural
and women's buildings all in u row
saving your timo and strength. Dovoto
your third day to tho great manufac
tures' building tho largest in tho world
covering nearly fifty acres. To see it
thoroughly would tako a fortnight or ton
days, but give- no timo to oxhibits that
do not particularly interest you. You
may need part of tho fourth duy to finish
seeing tho great manufactures' building,
and thon still havo timo left to puss
leisurely through tho government and
fisheries' buildings neur by,
Start out on tho fifth day and visit
tho great art gallery. This will require
a wholo day or in part, according to
your appreciation of art.
For tho sixth iluy's program choose
between making a leisure tour of tho
Midway Plaisauco or tho varied and
educating state buildings, including
your own, all. of which aro launched in
a group or circle. This brings you to
tho eight day, which you should dovoto
to a tour of tho buildings that havo been
erected by tho foreign governments
England, Russia, France, Germany,
Austria, Turkey, Sweden, Norway,
llrazil, India, and a dozen others, each
of u peculiar and interesting style, tho
liko of which you may novor have Been
except in pictures, or over have tho
chunco of seeing again.
Tho ninth day should bo devoted to a
general roviow of tho grounds, tho north
island, tho lako front, tho lagoons, tho
navil ship und boat pier.
You will rcquiro tho tenth day to
revisit tho main buildings and sco ex
hibits that you havo missed, but mean
while heard about. Keep a list of these
us you chnnco to hear of them, and
make ono last job of it, if you want to
economizo your time.
This program is admitted to bo tho
only practical one, and it must bo fol
lowed if you would see tho world's fair
thoroughly in ten days. Otherwise tho
show is incomprehensible nnd enerva
ting. Tho grounds cover nearly 700
acres and bo idlo rambling is not to bo
thought of, except by thoso having tho
wholo summer. Tho nbovo program
allows you your evenings for visiting tho
various theatres and shows, if you can
afford it, or enjoying tho free bund con
cert on tho plaza.
Thero aro four ways of travel bo
twecn tho heart of Chicago and tho
fair grounds. Tho Illinois Central fast
trains muko tho run without a stop in
fifteen minutes, faro 10 cents each way.
Tho regular suburban passenger trains
make it in half an hour and charge
22 cents each way. Tho elevated alloy
road requires fifteen minutes and tho
.Wabash cable, an,hour,each way, stop
ping frequently, faro 5 cents. Tho
boats afford tho cleanest and most en
joyablo trip, 15 cents ono way or 25
for tho round trip.
Don't fail to havo looso, easy shoes,
with thick soles or your feet will cause
you untold suffering. Let your breuk
fast consist of a cup of coffee, a small
steak, a dish of potatoes and possibly
a dish of berries. At noon on tho
grounds in any of tho buildings let your
lunch bo coffee, a cut of meat, and
bread and butter enough. Dinner or
supper order meat and pastry or fruit.
You may bo a day or two finding u
good restuurant in tho vicinity of your
hotel, then stick to it and tho sumo
waiter, it ho serves you satisfactorily.
ALL 13 NOT LOVELY.
The Lnlinr C'uiiuiilntlotit-r mill III I.iiUy
Clerk Not CuiiKenlnl.
Inside information is accessible of an
ugly state of affairs in the office of Labor
Commissioner Erion. It is to tho effect
that Commissioner Erion nnd his clerk
aro not finding themselves to bo en
tirely congenial. Tho clerk, who is u
sister of A. E. Cady, chairman of tho
republican stuto central committee, has
recently complained to friends that tho
commissioner's manner of treating her
has been extremely distasteful und
annoying; thut in his instructions us to
her work ho ulways addresses her as
littlo girl, especially when ho has any re
proof to offer, and thut ho is often over
bearing and insulting. Sho recently
laid her grievances beforo ox-Governor
Thayer, and ho in turn communicated
them to Governor Crounso. Tho latter
reassuringly advised her to go ahead
and attend to her work, paying as littlo
uttention as possible to tho objection
able characteristic shown by tho com
missioner. To her surmise that tho lattor's con
duct was probably duo to a desiro to
Bccuro a successor for her tho governor
vouchsafed tho assurance that sho has
nothing to feur on thut score.
If you desiro a luxuriunt growth of
healthy hair of a nuturul color, nature's
crowning ornament of both sexes, ubo
only Hall's Vegetnblo Sicilian Huir Ro
nowor. W. A. Coffin & Co., grocers, 14,1 South
Mountain Hobo Pino Applo is hotter
und cheaper than any other in tho mar
ket. Miller & Gifford.
Fino now lino of business suitings
from 825 to 810 in Scotch und homespuns,
Jeckell Bros., lit) north Thirteenth
street, near Lansing theatre.
L. S. Gillick, Fashionable Tailor.
Lutest novelties in gentlemens' spring
goods. Gillick still caters to tho wish of
tho public. Cull on him and bo suited.
1010 O street, room 10.
Atlantic City, N. J., July 20, 1803.
Count Kit Stuff Correspondence. Time
mukes many changes in man and nature,
but down by (ho sea one ulwujs seems
to find tho solf-sanio attractions. The
great and ever restless ocean, with its
low and high tide, its beautiful snow
capped waves, tho delightful breakers,
together with tho superb bathingull
reminds tho writer of ninny happy days
in yeurs gone by.
Tho season hero is now at its heigth,
and tho crowdsuro lurgo.yet tho general
depression in financial matters keeps
away hundreds whoso familiar faces are
generally seen hero each bcuboii. Atlan
tic City is tho resort more particularly
sought by I'liiladelphians und Haiti
moreans, although Boston und New
York uro well represented. Tho distance
to Philadelphia is about tho sumo us
from Lincoln to Omaha, nnd hundreds
of Philadelphia families reside hero for
Surf bathing is, of course, tho great
attraction, yet thoro nro numerous other
pleasant entertainments to fill in odd
moments. Tho surf hero is said to bo
tho best on tho cntiro coast, it being
uniformly smooth and tho sand freo
from rocks, sheila and debris.
Over 10,000 peoplo ruuy bo seen
on tho beach hero daily in
hundreds of different costumes, from
navy bluo flannel to colored silk. It is
a protty sight indeed.
Tho other day I saw a vision of loveli
ness, beautifully robed in bright silk,
floating about with it tiny red silk Tarn
O'Shantcr cap covering her head. In
her right hand sho hold an umbrella to
protect her from tho rays of old Sol, whilo
her left arm did scrvico as a pillow. My
kodak was not at hand at tho timo, or a
piciuro oi mo sceno mignt navo appcareu
in this 'issuo of The Coukiek. There
aro numerous other pretty pictures to
bo caught hero on tho beach, and tho
big city dailies hnvo an ample supply of
them every Sunday.
This is n grand pluco for all; thero is
no distinction between prince und
pauper. It is not tho now beginner that
enjoyB it tho most, for tho old-timers
that huvo boon coming hero regularly
for yeurs seem to delight in tho water ub
though it wero their first attempt. Tho
great waves, ub thoy striko tho bench
and break into a foamy mass envelopo
all uliko in u refreshing bath.
Wo riBO at about 8 o'clock here, break
fast at I) o'clock; tho timo until 11 o'clock
is devoted to reading and writing, then
comes tho bath for un hour or more, fol
lowed by dinner at 1:30 o'clock. The
afternoons uro mostly spent in Bulling,
crabbing, fishing or in repose. Supper
ut 0:30 o'clock, und tho evening is given
to promenades on tho board-walk, which
is a continuous wood pavement twenty
flvo feet wido and five miles long on tho
edgo of tho water, raised about ten feet
bo as to allow tho wutor to pass under it
ut high tide This is thronged every
evening. Thero Is a friendly co-mingling
of guests und an interchange of hospital
ity between tho hotels 1b always n pleuB-
uut feature. All tho larger hotels huvo
a hop ut least onco u week.
Tho lurgo four-decked pier is another
feature of enjoyment whoro on u hot
day thousands of peoplo aro accom
modated. It extends 1,400 feet into the
ocean, and ut its terminus tho sou breezo
is truly delightful. A dancing pavilion
00x170 feet with full orchestra every
evening mukes it u very popular resort
Near tho pier is a mammoth merry-go-round,
tho delight of hundreds of young
folks und children. Several largo wheels
on tho order of tho world's fuir Ferris
wheel uro also found hero.
At tho Academy of Music on tho board
walk tho Gaiety opera company is play--ing
a very successful Beason. Tho com
pany is headed by Milton A boon nnd
Marion ChcBtor, nnd tho support is very
clover. Thoy put on two light oporns a
week, presenting ono in tho afternoon
and tho other at night. Being on tho
beach tho house is always cool and the
plays well attended. Tho company is
from tho Bijou theatre, Philadelphia,
and tho latter part of August will closo
hero and go to Now York to open Keith's
now theutro, which is now building.
Atlantic City has a regular populution
of .'10,000 nil tho yew uround, with all
modern improvements. Tho real
donco portion coutaiiiB somo mug
niflcent homeB, and on Atlun
tic avonuo, its principal busi-
fiftou fhtrttitt iipii fftiniil mniiv tiintji unit
vr-n .mitvif IJ lM1l ItMIMJ tUIV !
elegant stores, representing every branch
of triple, When the visitor tires of tho
son sjioro ho can visit tho city portion
and enjoy uro us ut Home.
With tho udvuiitugesof sea Hhore pleas
ures s generally over Hioho offered ut
mountain resorts or tho lako regions, it
is difficult to understand why more
western coplo do not visit tho former.
True, they uro further away, but tho
extra inducements will morn than repay
tho ijlfforonco. Atlantic City Ih a de
lightful place, und not un expensive to
sort. J Besides being by tho seaside the
tourist Is near all tho great eastern cities,
Witliln a few hoiira of Phllu
dolphin, Now York, Boston, Wash
ington, Baltimore, and dozens of
resorts can bo reach by rail or water, and
every facility Ih at hand for almost any
kind'of rccrea'ijn and summer outing.
Ono.trip for westerners that huvo not
visited hero beforo will fascinate them
as ItdiiiB thousands of others. L. W.
ERA8MU8 18 GOVERNOR.
Mruntor t'nrrel lln Hitii Or'tii) Iiir the
Kxriitlvet'hnlr the I'm. t Week.
Governor Crounso has gone to Wiscon
sin to join his daughters in a summer's
outing. Ho made up his mind lust
Friday to accedo to their repeated Invi
tations for him to come, and at onco
wired an Invitation to Lieutenant Gov
ernor Majors to como up to tho capltol
and muko himself useful tin well us
It was subsequently learned that Lieu
tenant Governor MnjorB wiib out of tho
stuto enjoying tho summer comforts of
tho Dakota Hot springs, and Senator E.
M.Correll, of Hebron, wiib theroupon
wired to roiort for'executlvo duty. Tho
latter said thut ho would bo on hand
wheji needed, and word wub sent to him
thut ho would bo needed ut onco. Ho
responded thut ho would bo here, and
Govprnor Crounso was at onco notified
in Omaha that tho senator would bo on
hand at the hour designated. Ho' left
Omfiha for Wisconsin last Monday.
TJie causo of this.crying need. of an ox
vcUrtVo at-l:JX) p.Jm.' tomorrow'-decllned
to make itself manifest.
Tho comploto novel in tho August
number of Lippincott's is "In tho Midst
of Alarms," by Robert Burr (Luko
Sharp). It is a title of tho Fenian in
vasion of Canndu in 1871. Tho sixth in
tho sorieB of Lippincott's Notable Stories
Is "Juno's Holiduy," by Vulerio HayB
Berry. It is illustrated. In "Tho lady
of tho Luke," Julian Hawthorne
describes Bomo of tho statuary and other
attractions of tho Columbian exposition.
Tho athletic series is continued in un
urticlo on "Tho National Gumo," by
Norton B. Voung. It is accompanied by
Iortruits of several leading players.
"Zachary Taylor, His Homo and Family,"
is by tho president's grundnieco, Mrs.
Annuh Robinson Wutson. It corrects
certuin jxipulur errors (ub thut concern
ing tho first marriage of Jefferson Davis),
und gives much interesting information
ubout ono of tho best known of our grout
men. This article is illustrated, ub is
another biographical paper, "A Phila
delphia Sculptor" (Willium Rush), by E.
Leslie Williams. W. 11. Bobcock dis
ciiBseB "Supermundane Fiction," und
M. Crofton, in "Men of tho Duy," pre
sents brief sketches of Sir J. E. Milluis,
Sir Arthur Sullivan, General Diaz und
Philip D. Armour. Tho poetry of the
number 1b by Cluru Jessup Moore,
Howard Hall und M. II. G.
Tho reports of tho congress of authors
ut Chicago, havo not made a very satis
factory showing, und tho causo is riot
far to seek. Tho leading American
authors felt no personal part or intereflt
in it. Mr. C. C. Bonney, of Chicago,
enmo to New York nnd sit id ho and Chi
cago wero going to run things. Ho did
run things, und ns a result only a very
few American authors and but ono or
two from abroad wero there, and what
was said und dono wub of littlo moment,
though somo learned papers will doubt
less bo published later as n result of the
Tho New York Herald biij-b it under
stands that 'the new book of sensational
personalties entitled "Americans in
Europe," is written by a clergyman in
charge of un American chapel on the
continent. It is hard to believe that a
clergyman could bo such u snob,
Lewis Morris has been commissioned
to write tho matriagoode, but tho know
ing ones assert that that docs not moan
by any melius that ho is to bo laureate.
A. H. Smith, tho man who forged tho
literary manuscripts in Scotland so much
talked of lately, has been tried and sen
tenced to u your in prison.
Hood's Pills uro eusytotuko, easy in
action und sure in effect. 25 cents a box,
lu foimer years thocoiifest for county
treasurer usually overshadowed every
other Htrugglo lu tho republican con
vention and tho light was often u very
hitter one. Tills jear It Is dlffetent.
There Irtprautloally but ono oundldiito
for the republican nomination, and his
nnuto Is Maxey Cobb, of Denton precinct,
son of Judge Amusu Cobb. Maxey is
well known all over the county, Ih a
modest, capable and thoroughly trust
worthy young man, and his friends uro
legion. Ho tiih a candidate for tho
treasurerHhlp in 188!, and tho race
between him and Treasurer Burnham
was a very closo and interesting one, the
latter winning by a small tnnnrln after u
dozen or more ballots wero taken, and
then only when Charley Grllllth, who
was also u cundlduto, throw his strength
to Burnham. Thero is a widespread
belief that if Maxey Cobb reaches tho
coveted goal this year, ho will receive
tho highest vote of any cundlduto on the
republican ticket, which means, of
course, his election by u lurgo majority.
Thero wiib some talk of another can
didate for treasurer in tho person of a
Mr. Weller, but at present ho does not
appear to bo In it. In fact, ho is out of
Thero uro only it few candidates for
sheriff this year not over twenty.
MM.. .. T..I... H' m. I
J-i"-iun iMillll J.IUIIIIUIJ, ih iiicumun,
Henry Hoagluiid, A. C. Langdon, Louie
Otto, Ernst Hunger und W. J. Bobout,
of this city; Alva Smith, of Mill precinct,
und still there's more to follow.
At this-stage of tho campaign Trout
pen and Houglund appear to huvo the
cull, but Smith, and Langdon, and
Hunger, and Bobout and Otto deny thiB
with great unanimity. Hunger and
Bclwut both livo in tho Sixth wurd, bo
ono of thorn is certain to be thrown over
the transom ut tho primary election.
Hunger declaroB thut Bebout uln't In it
for a minute, while the latter asserts
that Hunger has no show on earth. Of
course theso uro both disinterested opin
ions. But all signs und portents Indicate
thut tho real fight for sheriff will occur
in tho primary election in tho Second
wurd, where Houglund nnd Langdon
will cross swords for supremacy. These
gentleiiioii,l)oth reside in tho Second, nnd
naturally both can't havo the delegation,
and that moans it fight. It Is freely pre
dicted thut Langdon has nearly every
tighter in tho wurd on his side und is
certuin to win two to ono. Tho Bitino
fellows who supported J. D. Purkcr for
councilman against Fred Krone last
Bpring, uro suid to bo for Landgon, acd
this is suid to bo an invincible urmy. A
rumor litis been going tho rounds for
Boverul duys to tho effect that Houglund
realizes thut ho is leading it forlorn hope
in tho Second wurd und hits decided to
move over to tho Fourth, and como into
tho convention with that imwcrful wurd
ut his back. Mr. Houglund brands this
story ub tin invention of tho enemy,
however, nnd declares that ho intends
to wage a winning fight in tho Second
against all odds.
Mr. Hoagland says Lungdon's candi
dacy is only a blind; thut Langdon is
running in tho interest of JohtiTiom
pen, and that if Langdon curries tho
ward ho will throw tho delegation to
Trompen ut tho proper time, thereby re
dlining his position us county jailor.
In tho meantimo Ciindidntes Smith,
Otto, Hunger and Bebout aro sawing
County Clerk Woods hopes to sue
ceed himself, but ho has an opjionent in
Mnjor II. C. McArthur, who is un open
nnd avowed candidate. Woods' friends
only smilo when McArthur's candidacy
Ib mentioned' claiming thut tho former
will bo renominated for his second term
by acclamation. It is said thero Ib tt
revolt against Woods nt his old home in
Grunt precinct, nnd hIbo in tho northorn
tier of precincts, but this is only u rumor
thut lucks verification.
Thero hnvo been rumors of opposition
to Judgo Lansing's ro-uominiition, but
thus far the opposition has assumed no
tangible shape. Tho "singing pilgrim"
will probably bo re-nominated, but tho
friends of ox-MuyorGruhumdoclurethoy
intend to make it interesting for him,
claiming that ho not only bolted Graham
last spring, but insulted him during the
recent mayoralty contest.
Ono of tho most interesting events in
tho convention will bo tho contest for
tho nomination for register of deeds,
thero being no less than nine active can
didates for tho honor, numely: J. E.
Douglas, of tho FirBt ward; F. W. Red-
ford and J. II. Fnwoll, Third ward; W.
O. Grllllth, Fourth ward; W. II. Chirk,
Fifth ward; W. 10. Churchill, Sixth
ward; John Iltirrop, Seventh ward;
iiennlH Horry, University Placo, and Pat
Dure, of Huvelock.
Grllllth, Hitrroii and Bedford nro con!
Mldered tho IcmllugcundldntcH.htit thero
tiro several minora In circulation con
cerning Grllllth which limy Injure lib
ohuncoH. Ono of these stories Ih to tho
effect that ho In ostensibly a candidate
for register, while In rea tv hn wiiiiIh to
bo troiiHtiror. Another Is that lmqitlotly
inured it, (i, (.Iridium In the spring elec
tion, and still another Ih that hn In
worth tit least 82X),0OO, whilo tho other
candidates for reginter are nil poor men.
County Superintendent Baer has made
an excellent record for himself, und hin.
rti-nonilnution Ihii foregone conclusion.
Coroner Crlin Ih ii faithful' and effi
cient official, and ho can havo unothor
term for the asking.
There are a dozen or more ciitullduteH
for county commissioner, tho lending
nsplrunts being Joo McGraw, tho pres
ent Incumbent, und II. F. Mitchell of
Centervlllo precinct. i ir
W. S. Scott, the present efficient
county surveyor, is a cundlduto for re
election, und will probably bo re-nominated
Tho otllco of justice of tho peaco ap
pears to present miiiiy nllurlng charms,
judging from "the numerous aspirants
There aro , three to elect. Thus
far tho First and Second wards
huvo no ciindidiitcfl. Tho third will pre
sent either dolonol '.loo Brown, Mujor
L. A. McCundlcBH or Corporal Jako
Oppenholnier. The Fourth ward will'
offer either Judge C. II. Foxworthy or
L. C. Corey, while tho Sixth will nomo
II. O. Palmer, and tlio Seventh boom W.
Judging from tho r nttltudo of tho
members of tho bar. thero will, in all
probability, bo three now men nomi
nated for justices, its thero appears to be
considorublo dissatisfaction with tho
present incumbents. '
Tho following ticket nppenre to bo n
fnvorlto with tho political. prophets tho
fellows who always know far In advance
just what n convention will do until it
meets and gleefully breaks the sluto into
irrepnrublo fragments: ,.
Treasurer Muxoy Cobb.
Sheriff John J. Trompen.
County Clork-J. D. Woods.
Register of Doeds-iYCarimtln
County Judgo I. W. Lansing.
Commissioner Joseph McGraw..
Superintendent J. S Jhier.
Coroner F. W. Crim.
Surveyor W. S. Scott.
Justices of the Peaco W. B. Com
stock, C. II. Foxworthy and II. C. Palmer.
Tho p. p.'B aro not unanimous in their
prediction, however, and many of thoso
who profess to bo on tho Insido assort
that cither John Harrop or Colonel F.
W. Redford will capture tho nomination
for register of deeds, whilo thoro aro
thoso who declare that 11. F. Mitchell
will bo nominated for commissioner
hands down. It is rejorted, however,
that Mujor Joo McGruw hits but littlo
faith iu this hitter prediction.
But right hero In line comes itnnnciont
but eminently truthful saw, usuully
credited to a celebrated Scottish bard,
concerning tho plans of men nnd mico,
It is generally understood that thero
will bo u demo-pop fusion in Luncastor
county this full, und there Ib talk of
running Mnyor Weir for county judgo.
His honor is not a lawyer, but that of
courso cuts no figure with him or tho
other pops. J. C. McNemey is a candl
date for tho pluco, nnd thero nro oven
thoso who mention Tommy Allen in
connection witli tho offlco.
Chief of Police Cooper is slated for
sheriff, und should ho succeed in getting
himself elected, Mnyor Weir tuny en
denvor to place Jim Midono at tho hend
of tho polico dopurtment. By tho way,
Jim Mnlono's proclivitiesfor streot fight
ing such as his assault on Editor
Littletleld, his attempt to shoot two ball
players at tho Capital hotel during
Weir's llrflt term -for which ho wub
never arrested his row with Hill Mor
rison just before his uppotntment on tho
iMilice force -seems to havo" ' endeared
him to the present administration. Jim
made u trip to Witshiivgtoit after a
criminal tho other day, for which tho
stato paid him 83 per day, whilo hia
salary from the city went inarching on.
Great is reform from a Weirinn stand
point. Mart Ho wo is soken of ns tho prob
able candidate of tho fusionists for
county clerk,and Professor Hartley may
mnko the race for county superintendent.
Tho other fellows who will participate
in tho forlorn hopo nro yot unknown to