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VOLUME 8, NO. 38.
kINGOLN, NKUUASKA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1893.
PKI6K FIVB GENTS
Washington, Aug. 23, 1803. Special
Courier Correspondence That Speak
er Crisp realizes that tho south is in tho
eaddlo wilt bo Been from the mako-up of
tho house committees. Out of fifty-two
chairmanships ho has given thirty to
tho southern democrats and but twenty
two to northern democrats.
There nro twonty-threo important
committees and of these eighteen, or
moro than two-thirds, have chairmen
from southern states.
Tho four great committees, ways and
means, coinage, appropriations, and
pensions, all havo southern chairmen
and southern majorities in their demo
cratic membership. ' .
When Mr. Cleveland selected his
cabinet I assured myself that tho im
portant and conspicuous member of it
would bo John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky.
This gentleman has been such n vig
orous and intellectual flguro in his
wholo career us a statesman, and his
opportunities ut just this timo to dis
tinguish himsolf us tho chief of tho
treasury department arc so numerous,
that I cannot sco how ho is not tho first
and foremost mun in tho government
today. Now tho fact is, wo never hear
of John Q. Carlisle Ho might as well
bo idling away tho drowsy days in his
Kentucky home, beguiling tho hours
with somo rare old bluegrass brow, and
shooting craps with tho village post
master. In all tho financial excitement
that surrounds us there is no sound
of Carlisle Why is this thus?
I do not undertuko to explain it to my
self. Just how and for what reason ho
has been effaced it would bo difllcult to
say; tho fact remains that as tho secre
tary of tho treasury ho has bcon, and is,
a mere namo and mild promise.
""VThe-Bmall 'gcritleRianthRtplays the
particularly lurgo part in tho present
administration is undoubtedly Dunie)
Lamont. I havo novor been nblo to
regard Lamont as moro than a shrewd,
orderly and enterprising person. His
character and his capacity are, I should
say, not superior. But ho is certainly
Mr. Cleveland's intimato and beloved
counsellor, and no matter what subject
tho president hus to consider, it is La
mont that is invited to confer with
him. This has been tho cuso of luto at
all times. Lamont, not Carlisle, is tho
president's adviser and assistant in tho
financial panic of tho moment. As a
matter of fuct, while nominally holding
tho ortico of secretary of war, Lamont is
again Mr. Cleveland's privato Bccrotary.
I am not sure that I, as an uncomprom
ising Cleveland democrat, approvo of
this condition. As I havo said, I am
not a strong beliovcr in Lumont, oxcopt
as a capable and foxy little man. I
should not liko to think that ho was
more than an adjunct and incident of
Mr. Clovoland'B administration.
It has long boon tho misfortune of
the democratic party that it has not
been ablo to act harmoniously ut tho
required timo upon grave questions of
state Evor since Mr. Cleveland's first
inauguration as president ho has been
harusscd and handicapped by opposition
within his own party. Although ho
hus bcon ablo to win tho peoplo to his
way of thinking, ho hus novor boon nblo
to secure anything ovon approaching u
unanimous following of tho representa
tives of theso same peoplo. Tho reason
of this is not far to seek. Tho democra
tic party lHcks statesmen in congress,
and, most of all, an ablo loader in tho
senate. Wero it not for this a picuyuno
politician liko Sonutor Vest, of Missouri,
could never havo created tho stir ho did
recently with a speech containing
tho sumo arguments wind much of tho
identical lnnguago employed by him in
recent mnguzino articles. Wore it not
for this such a commonpluco mun us
Senator Gorman could novor havo posod
so long us one of tho ublost and wisest
democratic sonators. Senator Voorhoes
might exert a powerful ipiitieiiou with
his forceful oratory if ho hud not tho
unfortunuto faculty of nearly always
being on tho wrong sido of 11 Cjaestion.
It must, however, bo said to tho credit
of Sonators Gorman und Voorhoes that
they have ut least declared their inten
tion of voting for tho repeal of tho
purchasing clause of tho Sherman luw.
Senator VoorhccB huB, moreover, done
well in introducing his bill for tho in
crease of national bunk-note circulation.
But when Senator Gorman was placed
at tho heud of tho "Steering Committee,"
itfffas u foregone conclusion thut the
senate would tako no uutiou for some
time. The result of tho luck of leader
ship und unanimity in tho senate is that
ovory potty politician is allowed to force
his wny to tho front with vnpid, drivel
ling speeches liko Senator Vest's, and,
by boldly nrruignlng tho administration,
achiovo a certain notoriety which ho
could novor get as a reward of merit.
Now, tho question arises, how long will
tho peoplo allow this to go on? What
is tho use of electing a man of Mr.
Cleveland's ability as our president if
ho Is novor allowed to curry out tho
wishes of tho peoplo on account of the
opposition of peanut politicians within
his own party? Not for many years Iiub
tho country had u president whoso
views upon vital questions huvo boon so
sound ns thoso of Mr. Cleveland, und it
is high timo for tho peoplo to bestir
themselves so thut such men as Senators
Vest, Pugh, Hansom, Cock roll, and tho
rest of tho free silvor cranks, will not bo
nblo to longer provqnt Mr. Cleveland
from carrying out his views on financial
und other matters. If theso mon and
their ilk wero a llttio moro farslghted
thoy would bo ablo to seo tho undonl
ablo fact that silver will only reach its
projMjr piaco if Mr. Clovoland'B wishes
nrouccodod to, and not until then.
Mr. Outright, of tho Newt, is entirely
mistaken. Ho is not nnd noyor has been
tho "especial object of tho misguided
onmioty" of The Courier, or of uny ono
connected with this paper. On tho con
trary The Coukiek hus tho highest
esteem for Mr. Outright, whom it regards
as ono of tho ablest nowspnper mon in
tho city, und who hus duno much to add
to tho popularity of tho News, The
Courier, in thotfriondliest mnnncr pos
sible, referred to tho course of tho News
in endeavoring to shnpo tho politics of
Lancaster county, und it is surprised ut
tho irascibility of thut entertaining
paper. From tho tone of tho reioindor
to this paper's good nutured comment
ono would imagine that tho News had
bcon touched., at a vital point. People
(and newspapers are tho Baniej gonerally
do not wigglo and squirm unless thoy
uro very uncomfortable, and if tho A'eu-s'
enso is so serious The Courier is sin
coroly sorry. It would recommend a
couplo of bottles of Chamberlain's colic
But The Courier's kindly meant ad
vico may do somo good, For tho News
intimates thut it will preach "tho gospel
of puro republicanism and reject chi
canery, conspiracy, trickery and dis
honesty on tho pnrt of uny politiciun or
political party." Somo republicans who
huvo not mudo uny allowance for certain
privuto considerations, huvo concluded
thut tho News hus ceusod to bo a repub
lican nowspapor; but The Courier has
felt suro that it would not entirely cut
looso f.-om republicanism, notwithstand
ing tho democratic and raugwumpish
tendencies of those who have the paper
in charge And if Tub Courier has, us
it appears, caused its contemporary to
"tako a tumble to Itself," to use u vulgar
but expressive phrase, this paper is
duly gratified, though it regrets exceed
ingly the colicky symptoms of the said
Chairman Bushnell has issued a call
for a mooting of tho republican county
central committee of Luncnstor county,
to bo hold at tho Capital hotel this (Sat
urday) ufternoon, nt 2 o'clock.
Spouker Crisp guvo tho Nobruskan
members places on committies us fol
lows: Coinage, McKelghun; ways und
menns, Brynn; agricultural, Hainorj
public hinds, Mciklojohn; Indian uffuirs,
Kern; public buildings und grounds,
Mercer; election of president und vico
president, Hainorj alcoholic liquor
t radio, Halnor; oxpendituries in tho
department of agriculture, Kern.
Thero is no longer uny doubt about It.
Grun Ensign is u candidate for tho re
publican nomination for sheriff, und ho
will bo a factor in tho tight. Thoro Is a
lively prospect of an interesting contest
for tho Fifth ward delegation.
Tho prohibitionists assembled in so
called state convention in Lincoln this
week, nnd plujed at politics u couplo of
Lincoln captured all of tho state con
ventions this year. Tho independent
convention will ho, held September G,
tho democratic October 4, und tho re
publicun October 6.
Nono of tho candidates for supremo
judge .wus present ut the meeting of
tho republican state central committee
Wtjdesdny, although Judge Muxwell
was in, the city.. Thero was a decklod
antbMuxwell feeling , among the re.
I uUicuns prepeiit,
Tho completion of tho Burlington to
Sheridan Wyo hus drawn much atten
tion to thut enterprising (own and the
surrounding country. Many tourist
and hunting parties from Lincoln nnd
Omnha havo visited tho Inviting coun
try in Northern Wyoming to which
Sheridan is tho stepping stnno, und tho
impression mudo by this section, which
has hitherto been practically impentra
bio, hus been Invariably favorable.
Another year thoro is suro to bo a much
greater influx of Nebraska peoplo to
this locality. It tho accounts which
come from tho gold fields in Wyoming
uro to bo believed, und thero seems to bo
no reason for discrediting them, thoro is
protty suro to bo u genuino boom on in
tho near future Sheridan, which is
only ubout forty miles .from tho Bald
mountain placer mines, which uro just
now tho contor of interest, would in that
ovont, dovelop very rapidly. It is con
ceded by nearly all tho miners and ox
ports ut Bald mountain that wealth in
untold millions is buried in theso great
placer fields, tho gold being flno und im
possible to savo through tho process
known to Individual effort. Tho camp
must, therefore, become a mnchlno camp,
und with this knowlcdgo tho Fortunutuu
company placed n Bucyrus amalga
mator in tho Hold a your ago and began
experimental work. Tho gold extracted
hus risen from 81 per cubic yard to $7,
und hus sometimes fallen to 83. Tho
umulgumutor wus recently run for fifty
one hours, but the management would
givo nothing out for publication. Tho
result isut piesent lockod up in u Shori
dan vault in the shape of a gold brick,
tho value of which may bo safely esti
mated ut from 815,000 to 87,000. A
second umulgumutor, with (Ivo times
greater capacity than tho first, is now
being erected ut Buld mountain. Com
puting tho vuluo of tho ground ior yard
at 83 it would clear .up 815,000 per. day,
105,000 ir Veeky or 84fiO,Otfjor'mo'h'thT'
Lucius J. Boyd, mining and civil engi
neer, who recently arrived ut Sheridan
and hus already accepted tho manage
ment of tho Dayton Gulch Plucer Min
ing company, of Buld mountain, stntes
thut ho believes tho Bold mountain gold
Holds uro destined to become tho great
est bonanza of this century.
Tho arguments mudo by Mr. Webster
against Mr. O'Shco's resolution in the
city council, providing for tho submis
sion of a proposition at tho fall election
for tho voting of 850,000 for tho exten
sion of tho sowers, the chief object being
to furnish work for tho unemployed,
weio quite sound. The effect of such a
courso would undoubtedly bo an influx
of tho unemployed of other cities, und it
would bo practically impossible to dis
tinguish between residents and non
residents. What to do for tho relief of
tho unemployed is indeed u serious pro
blom, though hupplly it is not bo pres
sing in Lincoln as in muny places.
Agriculture offers tho only permanent
relief for tho overcrowded cities. Thoro
uro comfortablo rural homes all over tho
country awaiting applicants, and yot
tho average laborer insists in living in a
ciy und eking out a decidedly precurl
Wednesday night during tho storm,
tho electric euro on south Fourteenth
street woro deluycd for u few minutes,
and thoro was some animated conversa
tion till along tho lino. "Tho curs in
this town stop every timo thero is u
heuvy dew," remarked ono iruto pnsson
gor. Af tor awhilo it wus discovered thut
tho delay wub caused by u lho, or rather
a hoso ucross the truck. Tho street
ruilwuy management gets a good deul of
cussin,' but tho fuct remains thut no
ono can point to u town of Lincoln's
sizo with u bettor Bervico, und thoro uro
very, very fow whero it is us good. It is
plainly apparent thut tho munngoment
is doing its utmost to increase tho efll
cioncy of tho system.
Mr. Vogan hns spoken, but notwith
standing, tho students will bo allow 0 I
to work for their living. Mr. Vogan
muy bo u powerful mun, but ho can't
prevent tho students from entering into
rightful competition with other Inlxirors.
Thoro is n striking resomblanco
between tho union depot tho rulhonds
wero going to build in Oiniihu, und the
viaduct tho railroads wero tialiw ,,,
build In this city. Neither is a particu
larly sightly ornamont.
For dances und outings thero in mi
such music in Nebraska us thut supplied
by tho Nebraska stuto oichestru.
New Imported SwIbb Cheese Millur
A Gilford, grocers, opjwaite Burr block.
AWfll Kiimm l.liiciiln CllliD'ii ArrUi- In
jltnti KriiiK'lx'it mill Ik lntrvliitl.
'Krofessor Herbert T. Mnrslnnd, lately
ofjtho Lincoln high school, arrived In
Sm Francisco a few days ago, Tho
Omnieleut thut city, suys ho hus just
coiaploted two remurkublo scientific ex
peditions in quest of rare fossils. One
was) to Pino Ridge, tho famous scene of
O&'rccont Sioux Indian outbreak, when
h and others discovered myriads of a
atrgngcly curious fossil, culled tho
doll's corkscrews. Tho other wus to
Pjjlllps county, Kansas, whero Protles
sofTMarslund discovered 11 woalth nt
rbjftocornuB, elephant and mastodon
resaalns, of whoso existence nobody
htt-kcrto dreamed. Tho Chronicle
swi "Ha was deeply bronzed by the
pMJrlo breezes und burning sun. Ho
mm ho had come to California to study
maMno fossils for tho Nebraska unlvor
aitju which Is very enterprising In send
lsff out expeditions, und would net as
iMHuotor in sclonco ut tho Heed school.
It ijas a singular story thut ho told in
referenco to tho finding of tho phono
mewl dovil's corkscrews. Tho cork
screws nro us much as eight foot long
aetial corkscrew in shape, and are ottou
t inches through. Ho estimates thut
e are 400 square; miles of them, yet
go to say, notwithstanding tho vast
borof scientific expeditions hitherto,
of them hns boon discovered before
corkscrowB aro silicate, and they uro
d in a sillcious sandstone. In muny
they stick through tho sundrock
hills, tho stone being worn olf by
elements, und tho silicate spiral,
harder, hus remained. Somo of
strange silicate spirals nro coiled
about a contral spire, liko a grape-vino
ubout a tree. Thero is at tho bottom or
root of tho spire curious protuber
ances' ouch way, und rising toward the
surface of tho ground ut something liko
FA8HION8 FOR MEN.
tit is just' us drcflsy to wear u turn
IV - ..
us a stunning collar. Men who
tko formoryiecd not hesitate to
wear them for a chance
The fancy colored hnndkorchlofs
which tho manufacturers nro trying to
introduce uro not finding much favor
with mon of good taste. Stick to plain
white if you would bo above question.
Negligo shirts should huvo link cuffs
und it would udd to their appearance to
Shoes will huvo a much nurrowor too
this full. It in a mistukon Idea that
tiarrow-too shoes nro uncomfortable.
They uro fur moro comfortublo than
tho wldo fronts, if thoy aro mudo to lit
Whou you buy your fall hat lot It bo a
black stiff ono.
Laat winter trousers of light-colored
materials woro very popular with men
wh had a wardrobe Thoy will bo worn
moro than over this year.
Tim Nebraska Yearllasr.
A fine contest took placeMonday at In
dianapolis in tho purso race for yearlings
between Atalino and Mury D, tho
last-named filly trotting under the whip
from the distance stund, beaten only u
heud by tho baby from Nebraska.
Atalino lowered her Knoxvllle record
of 2:48 to 2:4.1. Her dam is tho
dam of Alix. 2:10, ns a 4-yenr-old.
Tim Missouri Fight.
Charley and Johnny Daly wero at
Kansas City lust weok, whore they went
to try and arrnngo for tho bringing off
of tho Sharp-Crosby contest beforo tho
now club at Kunsus City, Kun. Ed
Burke, Crosby's trainer, accompanied
tho Dulys; they represented Sharp. Tho
fight will likely tako pluee boforo tho
club in question, although no definito
arrangements huvo boon agreed on us
Hugh Hullctt is homo again utter a
ten duy's visit at tho world's fair.
For Rent -A splendid residence neur
tlio cupitol. Furniture for sale
house nowly furnished lust May. In
quire Courier offlco, 1134 O street,
Tho finest grocery store in the city.
Miller & Gilford.
For rut and open dates of tho No
brasku state bund or orchestra apply at
the Courier office, 1134 O street, tole
llmnt' Scekfiii Kxi'tiralon.
11 Missouii Pacific Ry. August 22.
September 12 ami October 10 18JK1, with
stopover privileges, going but continu
ous passage on return trip good for
twonlj dajs, this gives very low rates, to
Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma nnd othr
lioints. Call at 1201 C street, Lincoln,
Neb., Missouri Pacific office, J, E. II.
Miller ticket agent, for further part icula s
Kyi' n ml Kitr Hurui'ou.
lie. W. L. Dayton, oculist und aurist,
No 12' O sheet, Lincoln, Neb.
CiiiMio,Aug. 21. Hpoolnl Courier
CorresMndonee It is ono of lho first
mutters of Interest to the world's fulr
visitor, to seo tho building of the stuto
or which ho Is a citizen. In most In
stances tho visitor can look with pride
UKn tho' building or his state, but this
pleusuro is not ono which Nebruskuns
run indulge in. I huvo seen the No
Ii.'iihIui imii1.uh: it-ui lt.vu made somo
i.iestlgutiiu in tegurdti ot erit.ttu
buildings built ut tho sumo cost, and in
no Instance does tho Nebraska build
ing compare with any other building
of like cost on the grounds, and It is fur
below muny built for much less. There
is not u redeeming feature ubout it; it Is
a more blot ujion tho landscape, and I
think it would tako a simple mind to bo
convinced thut 850,000 hud boon
honestly oxpondod in erecting tho build
ing und preparing the exhibit. I novor
before suw 8M),000 represented by such
plainness and cheapness.
The building is plain and poorly pro
Iortionod; ono end of it Is partitioned
oir into apartments, which aro culled
reudlng rooms, smoking room, and ro
ception room. The stnlrwny is bucIi a
a one us a mun miuht nut in u barn. It
is a straight, old-fnshioued thing. Tho
Dest finished und furnished room Is tho
commissioner's room. It is tho only
pint of tho building that hus oven a
suggestion of tuste A definite descrlp"-
tion cunnot be hero given ot tho cooling
room, whore tho commissioner keens the
slide's champagne, us Slate Auditor
mooro seems to liavo cut off tho hiiiui v
of funds and tho slock ot chuinpngno Is
low ut hub timo, and tho cooling room is
not open to tho public, but onlv to a few
of Garneuu's friends.
The stuto exhibit is smull. and noorlv
arranged. It gives tho Btrangor no Idea
Of NobrUaku'u lrnuf rMiinnwa nm1 In.
getting a good location on tho grounds,
us it is justj jnsido tho prinelpul en
trunco, und i In full view of tho crowd,
und If tho money appropriated bv tho
stuto hud been rightly oxiondod und an
utiructivo building erected, und u fair
display mudo it would huvo given
thousands u correct impression of No
brusltu, who now must havo a very
Compluint hus como to mo in vurious
wujb of tho reception glvon Nebruskuns
at their own building unless thoy
happened to bo of tho "four hundred."
I huvo no knowlodgo of my own in tho
matter, to havo only tho complaints
mudo by others judge by, but muny of
them como from sources which I do not
doubt, und I bellovo tho attention given
is not eutistuctory, and many ovon com
plain of being snubbed. My observa
tion here has, however, warranted mo
in behoving that thoso employed about
tho Nebraska building, will bo fully
compensated for what they huvodouo,
and what thoy will do, oven it Auditor
Moore should refuse to audit another
dollur for their salaries. This state
ment Included all employed in tho build
ing, oven the boy around thero who is
built ou tho same plan as tho
Nebraska building, und who Is
satisfied thut ho knows every
thing. His duties consist of ulwuyu
wearing u cronmory smile, of being on
hand tin hour or ao ouch duy, und telling
visitor to tho building when it is ruin
ing.BOithut they won't huvo to observe
this for themselves.
Tho crowd is Incrousinir. und I boo
people from all parts of Nobrusku.
Among tho Lincoln peoplo I huvushuken
hunds with this week uro Mr.
A. C. Ziemor, Mr. R. H. Oakley,
Nolson McDowell of tho stuto
Becrotury's office, Hon. J. N.
I Kountz, Rov. Lewis Gregory, und Rov.
Mr. Chupin. I also had a pleasant chat
with R. fc. Norvul of Sowurd, und E. F.
Wurren of Nobrusku City and F. D.
Mulr of Omuhu. W. L. K.
For a sluggish and torpid liver, noth
ing cun surpass Ajer's Pills. They con
tain no calomel, nor any mlnornl drug,
but aro comixwod of tho active princi
pics of tho best vegetable cathartics, und
their uso ulways results in marked bene
fit to the patient.
For Rent A splendid residence neur
tho cupitol. Furniture 'or sulo
house nowly furnished lust Muy. In
quire Courier offico, 1134 O street.
W. A. Coffin & Co,, grocers, 143 South
Jeckoll Bros, new tailoring ostnblish
ment, lit) north Thirtoouth Btreot neur
the Lansiug is the ponular resort fnr
i lish garments.
A 8TATE8MAN'8 PROTOQE.
CoiiUirxMiiiin llrMMnrlitu'a "I'liitonl'i"
AtlVrllttn for MIm I'nlliinl.
Tho press dispatches, commenting on-
tho regret t able outcome or tho, Brookon-rldgo-Pollurd
enclamlra In tho Capital
City, speuk ot tho surprise In Wushing-
ton society uver the outcome us If it wu
not suspected by them thut tho relations)'
so long known to many wero "nnytliliig
except platonlc.'' This I cunnot accept
us a true presentation or tl.n caso.
Washington knows Its public men so
will and so thoroughly understand'
the proteutt business Hint thero Is no
surer way for ho nustlsnect Ina-
stranger will, In the gates to brlmr
down uoii his head tho scorn anil
derision of tho knowing ones than to
mention pliitonlsm in such n connection.
When the Hon. Robert Protection
Porter, of the luto census fiasco, hud to
discharge n small army ot clerks and
wus compelled to conllno his forco to
only tho comparatively fow who haul
sufllclent congressional influonoo to
mnko tholr discharge rnthor too hax
unions to contemplate, tho Wasting
tonlnns woro not surprised, however tha
rest or tho country might marvel, to
learn thut tho residuum was undoubtedly
tho best beauty show in tho country 1
It wus, in tho vernacular, "onto tha
game," nnd It well know that Plato had
just as much much to do with It ns
Kor Porter, mid no moreTown Topics.
Tim "Hun." TourliltiK Trllmln lo tlin liny
Oriitor or thii I'lulln.
The Hon. William Jennings Bryan.
thu Boy Orator or tho Plutto, is u Jowol
in the cur or Nobrusku und tin orna
ment ot her First Congress district. Ho
hus tho temperament and tho volco of
an orator, and the laurels or silver sieecli
aro bright upon his brows. Wo con-,
grutuluto him im his honors, and 'tin
with no grudging Bplrlt thut wo venture.
to remind him that tho peroration ot ,
tho lurgo silvor speech with which ho
delighted tho House on Wednesday, wai
ot base motal. It glittered like a pyra-1 .
mid or cartwheels, and many an eye in,,
it; but thoro Is nothing in IfbuTgHtter
and filigree Tho tteacock, says tho
old saw, is eshiimed ot its legs. Hour, iC .
you please, this specimen of Mr. Bryun'a
sounding brass und tinkling cymbals:
"Tlio dmiiocrntlc piirty Manila toilny between
twoconfllctltuf forcon, Ou tlio ono alilo ititni!
copornto Intoroiti of tlio United Htntri, tlio
munsyod Intorrotn, nirref(M(I wcnltli nnd
cnpltnl, Imporlnui, arrouant, comiiiiailonloii.
They aro nblo tu nuUcrlbo miiKulflcniitly to
cnmiialsn ftmJ. Tlioy nro nblo to cruih wltlt
tholr nll-roTiilliifr Influenco all who may
oppose j anil to thoio who fnwn nnd flatter thoy
can brlnir oano and plenty. Tlio demand that
tlio doniocrntlo party shall bocomo tho agent to
oxocuto tholr merellcii docroei.
"On thoothor ildo stands an unnumbered
throng, thoso who saro to tho democratic
party a namo, and for whom It has assumed to
spook. Work-worn and duit-bofrrlmod they
mako tholr mute appeal, and too ofton And
tholr cry for holp boat In vain airainst tho outer
walls, while others less doserrlntr gain ready
access to loflUlatlro halls. This army, fast aud
dally vaster, pleads with tho doniocrntlo party
to be its champion in this terrlblo conflict. It
cannot press its claims amid sounds of revelry ;
It cannot march its phalanxes in irraud parade.
No audy banner float upon tho broece. Itsj
battle hymn Is 'Homo Sweet Homo' i Its war cry.
'Equality Uoforo tho Law.1"
We hate to call tho Boy Orator of tho
Platto down from tho silver-lined clouds,
but wo must do it. Tho work-worn and
dust-bogrimed aro just tho persona
whoso interests Mr. Bryan is opposing;
by his clamor for a cheap dollar. The
man who works with his hands has but
ono thing to soli; tho work of his hands.
Ho is a creditor for ovory duy ho works.
Ho is tho Inevitable und chief loser by
un inferior nnd domorulized currency..
Tho "moneyed interests" cun tuko care-,
of themselves in tho long run; thoso ot
them engaged in tho sliver business, for .
instance Tho capitalist can wait until
bettor conditions como; tho luboring
mun cunnot. What ho loses ho loses..'
Tho railroad hunds, tho smull farmers-,
all tho worklngmeu of Nebraska would
bo injured by Mr. Bryan's dollars; and
tho silver sound of his sentences will
not help thorn. New York Sun.
A full lino of IuiKrtcd Sardines and
canned Boups. Miller Jfc GlITord.oppoBita
Fruited ice cream sodu wutor mudo,
from thu natural fruit, nt Rector's Phut-,
For Sunday dinner supplies call at
Hulter's market, opposite Lunsing Thea
tor. Phono 100.
Mountain lioso Pino Apple is bottoi
und cheupor than any other in tlio mar.
ket. Miller & Gilford.
When you und your best girl nro out
for a stroll ulwajs mako a bins lino for
Juno ico cream jMivillon Thirteenth
Furs stored for tho suminor insured
roo rroiu moths und theft ut F. E.
Voolker's, practical furrier, Y.M. (J, A,
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