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THE OJNIAIJLA DAILY BKE , FRIDAY , JULY 4 , 1890 ,
TIJK DAILY BEE E , ROSEVATER , 't TTItMS OP BtfllSCUIt'TIOJI. JHIlyniHl Sunday. One Year . tiono Fix nioiitlH , . r.OO ThU'cliioiilli * ) . . . . . 2M f-niHlay KM OnvVnu . ' ! < AUuUly Iliv , Ono Vtmr . IS OH'llMA Omnlii , The Hoc Itiilldltu. h fiimhn Corner N ami % tli etrccti. . I'niinril lllnltM , It IN'nrI llout l lilc'iiiio Olllcc . .117 Oliimlior of Cotnnif n.P. Ivcw VirV.ltoonnl l. II and O Tribune liulldlngi . J l ) roiiHoontli Htruot All rnriiiniiiilcntlnii'i rclatlnir tn nnwl rvnd rdluniiil miller should bu uilitrcMud to tlio Iclltuilul liepnttincnt. II I'll N 133 IETTKtl A11liiittnrw lilloniiinl r 'Mltttinrps lioiil < l l < Miildltnl tol'hnlli-n Publish luff C'uiiiliniiy , diniilii Dm In i-li'cks atul nntloiTU . t Itn tn tip muck' imjnljlo to tliu order of the Com- 1'iiiy ' Hie lice riibllshinij Company , Proprietors , Tlio Hoc IJtilliu PiirniiiniM < 1qoventPpntli et < ( WOIIN TATRMl.M. OP LlllCUl.ATIOX tliit < ( if Mliriihkn. I , . 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The fact tliat Its chief advocates h.iil fioni tlio south Inauios the moiifiuro an early funeral. Tin : stead ) dec.vpitilionofotei.n \ cm- plojcs ot the Union Pacific sug-gcsts to the lumalndur the iiccc--sity of cLilmlng1 Uoston instead of Onuhn : is .1 residence. Tin : weekly report of the packinjj pro duct is incomplete. It makes 'no ullow- naco for the efforts of the Tammany Hlaltt.irts to pack the ropublic.m prl- luuilcs. TllK failure of the council committee to oxploio the jail job ib satlshictoiily explained. No provision was rmdo forGiving Givingsuit - , and the inornhoi-d are not expei t : AT Tin : rate of flftj doll.u-oii licad for a worker in every voting precinct , it ulll bo scon that the solid Twenty-eight are dotwmined "to prevent the u o ofmoney in elections" if it empties the club treas ury. that the waterworks company lias decided to pi tint a few inoio foun tains. Btepd should bo tsxkon to supplant these shapeless giunlto bouldora and sot them in boino lonely corner of tlio county , uhcio they will not shock the artistic eye or offend good taste. COMMITTING on Goncr.il Sherman's speech to a graduating class of ghlb , the Atlanta Comlitulion says the general "is all wrong , and is vety much of a crank. " Old Tecuiusoh will novorbo forgiven for niaiching through ( Jeoigia and in\ad- ing Atlanta without the consent of the uatl\cs. K\idcntly tliu have not for- [ jottou the forceful lesions ho taught them In the suburbs of the town nearly twenty bix jearnngo. WAYOU CUSIIIN-CJ'S suggestions as to the best means of figlitiiig prohibition and the necessity of prompt and wide spread organiyation will bo heartily uppiovod by all iiitoroated In tlio con tinued \\elfaro of the stalo. In the hattlo forlicoiibo anil regulation ngalnst outhuviy and fieo \ \ liliKithoro ia no necessitj for Importing orators. Tlioro is an ample supply of homo talent to combat the sophistries of impracticable ngltatois and successfully defend the host interests of the stito against the Blunders and falsehoods of linpoitcd fanatics. Tins country is about to bo treated to the novelty of a combine to advance the priio of imported plate glass. All pro- llmlmiik's have boon ari.inycd for the organ/ition ! of the Gorinnn plato glass companj , with a capital of ton million dollar.- * , for the avowed purpose of controlling - trolling the Importations and aduuiclug prices ti5a lo olwith French plato. Tlio competition of Amoilcan glass docs not \voiry the comblno With the homo and foreign product in the clutches of trusts patrons can only lear and pay the price. - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tilts anniversary Is an approptlato oc casion for the people ot the country to show their regard for the memory of Lafayette by subscribing to the fund for the purchase of a suitable testimonial to Franco. The Invnluablo service lon- dorcd the contlnuntal army by the French allies Instoncd the end of the revolutionary war and made possible the grandest republics on oaith. It is fitting , thorofoio , that Americans , oven at this late day , should tender to the sister re public i enduring mciaoilal of their appreciation. A fraction of the thou sands vqunndoicd today in ponder and pyioteclmtcs , donated to this fund , would secuio an nppropilivto testimonial if fintornal regard , and no hotter way could be chosen to umplmslzo our ro- Bpcct for the nation whkh was our frlond when friends wcro scarco. SC R DM' . When on July 1 , 1770 , the boll in the towtr ot ImU pnnilrnca hall , Phil utol- phiti , proclaimed tint the representa tives of the colonies Imd signed the dec laration which divorced them from tliolr nllo'lanco ( to Gieat Britain , theio were IOSH than three million people therohy pledged to constiuet and nnlntilti iin Independent nullon upon a founda tion of free political Institu tions. Today , the ono himdicd and fiKulcenlh sinnlvcrsary of ' hat almost unequalled event In the world's history , witnesses a nation ot plxt-fi\o } million people , spreading over an tuen of three million square miles , powerful , pio'pcroiu and peaceful. It would stem to bo necessary only to sug gest to the American citlzensuch a com parison , and to invite him to the bilof- cst contemplation of the wondeiful achievements of his country during little moie thin a century In all dcpailmcnts of development imd progress , in order to 1111 him with pride in the fact that ho is mi Amciican uHIxonand to strengthen in him as such the bcntimont ot patriotism and the sense of duly. It Is common to heir Americans who hive been abioad say that they never had a true conception of the gioatnossof their own country or a just estimate of its In stitutions until they \lHltcd foreign lands. It Is i-aiy to understand that oveiy patriotic American cltbcn of the republic \\ho visits the old woilo must bo thus Impressed , for however much pleasure and instruction ho miy find theio ho will still encounter methods and systems vhlch aio the heritage of institutions the opposite of those under which ho has been i cared , and which iinpo-o restraints and conditions sometimes onerous and ahvajsannoying. Even in republican IV.inco and Switzer land ho cannot pursue his way \\ith the sumo freedom enjoyed in his own coun try , and olsowhcio on the European con tinent ho it made to feel all the time thatholsanobject of suueillain'O. Then he finds nowhere that energy and enter prise and push which distinguish his own eounlrjmon , nonheio the eager and esirnost struggle for higher attainment , sociil , moi.il and mateilal , whu-li is Ince ant In his o\\n country , andiiowhott ) thit general popul'ir com fort and batlafaclion to ho found here. The old ways and things of the old world po-wess an interest and \alue , Ijut they luuo none of that power to inspho an ac- ti vo concern and a lie irty ontluulasm in allalrs thatbelo'igsto the metliods and life of the great republic of the now woild. Hut it ought not to bo necessary for any intelligent Ainoricin logo abioad in order to oht iln a just conception of the claims of hi country upon his pride and patiiotbia These arc pressed upon him in. UVGIV chapter of its wonderful history , and are of oierychur.icter that can incite pride and patriotism. The wise statesmen \\holaidstrong \ and dcoi ) the foundations of the republic imd theii successors -who IUXAO juescrved it , the great boldieislio liavo made the miii- laiy history of the nation glorious , the eminent juiNts\\holuuo \ left nil illus trious recotd of judicial wisdom and in tegrity for all thcso wo inny safely challenge compirison with the foremost men ot any time and country , vhilo in the realms of discovery and imention tills republic stands first among the nations of the earth , All this It h peculiarly proper for us to think of on thisannlvotsiry , and to con template with as much freedom as possible from botli pailiban and pessi mistic feelings. On this daj o\ory one should conbldcr that ho Is first of all an American titiycn , whatever his party ainiiatlon , and tint whether ho call himself republican or democrat ho has an equal and common intorc&t with evoiy other citizen In sub- son ing the honor and wclfaio of hia countiy. Tlio inoro universal this feeling the greater the faccuritj agihibt these dangers which besot our Institutions dnngcishioli \ some re- gaid as already poi lentous , but which will easily bo aborted if the patriotism and integrity of tlio pjoplo are kept ali\o \ and active. Tlio futuic looks thieitcningonly tothovj who have lost faith in the people , and the number of stuh is happily not largo. The f ict that the observance of this niinivciKirj is loss gonor.il and enlhu- biastic than in former years does not aeco3-arily argue adocllno of popular ro- gaid for thoday. It is as unlvora.dlj ami heartily , though loss Uemonstra- ti\ely , honored now as at any time in the put , and whenever it shall no longer coiii'nand ' tha attontlon and ro- Bpoct of the Amoriem pooplu then , in deed , there will bo tetison to fear impending - pending disaster to ropubllcan itiitttu- tions. THK FKDBllAT , By the nirrow majority of six , two republicans - publicans noting with the democrats , tlio federal elections bill pasied the house of repiescntatlvos The contest over the measure was fought with gioat earnest- ne s on both sides , the democrats teing assisted in their opposition by throe re publicans 1 wart of Noith Carolina , Column of Louisiana , and Lohlbach of New Jersey , all of whom made btrong speeches against the me.isuie. Cer tainly no dohato of the prcaont session was distlngulrihod by greater oatnost- ness and eloquence than marked the discussion of this bill by men of both paities , who fully iccognl/.od the great and giivo importance of the proposed legislation. The featuio of the dohato which of course attracted the largo-it at tention was the opposition of the three ropubllcan ronresontatlvcs fiom the bouthono of whom , Mr. Kwart , made perhaps the aulo.it argument that was dellveiod against the moisuio. The ] xissago of thu bill was , ho\\ovcr \ , afore- gone conelusiou fiom the time it was reported , and had all the republican members ot tlio hou o lioen present when the vote was tikon the innjoilty for It would have been Inrgor ; that Is , under noolrcumslnncos would there have been more than thico republican \otcs \ cast against it , It was another instance of the perfect discipline of the majority party In tlio house , ana also , as was ob served by Mr. Ewart , of the "Iron and despotic ruling of King caucus. " What the fate of the measure will bo inthesetinto is problematical. It was re- period several day * ago that a domo- cratli' sonitor had wirncJ hi n irly fi'icndsin the liouso that if the bill was not to bu allowcil tobotomoa law It must bii defeated In the house , as all tlio to- publicans In the senate \ \ ould support It. Later opinions , howoor , indlcato that this in not the ci ; e , and that 801110 of the senate republicans uro dlspoacd to at least postpone action upon it until the next session , perhaps with the idea that it is expedient to await nil cxpioaloti of the RcntiniQiitof the people at the congres sional elections of this year. At any rate thodl'cusiionof the bill in the sen ate is certain to be prolonged , as there Is no probability of the adoption of the pro- pocd iitle limiting debate in that body. That lulo was suggested to moot this very ca.se ot the federal elections bill , the demociats having ghen notice thut they vould ondoa\or to tallc it to death , but a number of republicansenntois hav ing already declared their oppi- <ioi to any interfeicnco with the fioedom of dehito the filluro of the rule Is doubtless assured. In that o'Nont the Hciuto democrats may bo ex pected to prolong the debate oa the bill , if possible , to the cud of the life of the piesent congress , and there will bo noth ing topro\ent them doing this except a lack of endui.ince , should the npub- litans Insist upon keeping the bill under discussion until a llnal vote can bo reached. The passage of this measure by the house will force the subject into the con- giesslonal campaigns of the present year , and It is questionable whether the ofTcetof this \\illbo \ \ to the advantage of the republican paity. IfKllinSKl'S OIL UOLiMS OUTDOXK. The history of corporation campaign ing in the \ \ cstorn states contains many cluiplcrs ef thiilling interest. It iccoids tlio c\tctnal and internilorklngsof the oil room , the orgies and conspiu- cies of the lobbyiats , the iiiin of legislnt- oi- . and the betrayal of public trusts. Xebrnsk.ms aio particularly and pain fully funilhir nith the niaiinoi and meth ods of coiporate torruptlonisls , but the most scandalous chapter In the iccoid does not approach thostoiy of corpoia- tioit raic.tlil } ro\ealed in the Mass.i- chu etU legislatuie. For coiibumimto gcneiaLsbip , iccKlebs disregard of ex pense , audacious planning and campaign ing , it btnntlduiieraialcd , even thougli a fall me. A few -weeks ago tlio dispatches briefly rofuriod to an attempt to bribe the inciu- ber-5 of the 13 ly fctato legislature. The investigation just closed unearthed the whole rascallj scheme. The West End railway company of Boston doiired a charter for an elated raihvaj. Six months before the election of members of the logislatuio the companj laid its plans to ciptuio the mombors. A leading lawyer and politician AMIS plated in chavgo of the worlc , with an unlimited supply of the wheiewith. K\ory legis lative district was "seen" and \eteran workers employed to fithings. . In a republican district the company was for the republican nominee , in a democratic for a democrat ; but in ill cases itv.is for the West Knd co'mpany. IVionds and candidates w ere toted to Boston in groups and lavishly lunquettcd , and the objocM and alias of the company ex plained in an ocean of rich viands 13\en the speeches were published \erbitim in the old loli.iblo Boston pipers at so much a line. With such liberality the compiny was on the threshold of success when , an obstio eious member of the legiblatuio objected and demanded an iniutiiy. From a financial point of view the cainpiign was a hummer. Tlio total cost to the company , up to the inobliga tion , was ono humhcd and thirteen thousand five hundred and sixteen del lars. Of this the lawyers gobbled the major poition for "counsel" fees , twenty- four thousand went to the county and lobbj workers , the banquets cost twenly- flvo hundred , while sovonty-five lumdied nont to pay for puffs In the fatraight-Uced press of the Hub. The most astonishing feature of the scand lions affair is the attempt of the commy ] ) to defend it ? boodle mothodi. It boldly declares that the end justified the means. In no other waj could the desired legishtion bo obt lined. This ib a decidedly dubious estimate of the politico-moral tone of M.vssacluiiotts , which pi ides itself on its olo\ated \ tone. The lesult shows , however , that in the matter ot corpoiato campaigning the ] ! iy state can gho cards and spidesto the vest and win the gn mo. 7'XPUS TOl * FKE F. IV TO. A lie , well stuck to , will sometimes piss curiont for tiuth. This is otldontly the ideal of the oiganlst of the Planter * . ' houbo johburs1 , when ho asset ts and ro- sbicits that tlio damaging delay in get ting the title to the giound is duo to out side Intoifercnce. Nobodj knows bettor than these fnlsl- fior.s that their charge is a malicious In dention. Ever since SeciotatyYindoin overuiled the decision of his own com mission and decided to accept the Planlora' house site , not a stiaw has TJOOII put in the way by anybody hereto fore opposed to the juggling deal look ing to the obstruction or delay of the piocoodings of government oilldals in condemning the ground and acquiilng title. title.While While thoio hus been Intense fooling over the outrage perpetrated by the schemers and there has been fora jenr a powerful rcact'on ' among all clasics of clti/ons that would justify a move to overthrow the job , jot nobody his % on- tured to laibo his finger. This is as well Known to Senator Mander on as to any body , He certainly would _ h ivo made it known if tinbody } outside of the owners of the Plantoi'a'house grounds had in terfered. Tlio responsibility for the vocations and damaging delay must rest at the door of the morcenaiy editor who played cuttlefish and shod iin immense amount of inlc to cover his own tiacks. Tun election of a Gladstonlnn can didate in the pirllamontarj district of B'lrrow-ln-Furncss is the most Important Uctory achieved by the liberals this joar , The issue was the tory liccuso bill. The sitting menhir icslgned to test popular sontlmont on tlio question. Unrngogat Ills notion the tories placed a candidate In the Hold , making a throe cornered fight , inwnlchtho liberal was victorious. " 111 oriturimffUotholUxmls a clear fc'alnif ) ono hundred mid twcho votes o\cr the returns of 1VO , while the combined -\otoof the tories and their allies despltu oxtrnordliuiry ellorls to whip them into line , shows a significant reduction. The result U not to be won dered at , consldoting the hopelessly domorall/.od condition of the party in power. Tin : obstntotUo tactics of the union depot comblno must convince tbo Book Island and Milwaukee companies by this lime that they have made a serious mis take In roftlslhff to accept the liberal terms of the Nebraska Central Bridge company. Instead of securing an inde pendent ontunco to Omaha , and Becking tralllc at fiist hands , they have placed themselves hi tlio clutches of competi tors , whoso Interests west and east will noccssnilly hamper rivals. Had the Roclc Island and Milwaukee aided the construction of a competing bridge they would not only luuo to- cured ono of the most conven ient sites for a depot In tlio city , and unlimited torrltoiy for yardage - ago , but they \vottld li.no entrenched themselves in the good will of the people ple , and secured additional tralllc which would more than compoii'-ato for the in creased outlay. It Is not too late to rec tify the mistake and make themselves bolid with the business interests of the city. Tin : Pomisjhanln democrats undo'ibt- ' edlj selected their most available man in nominating ox-Governor PatlUon as their candidate for governor. A pro longed contest was expected between him and ox-Senator Wallace , but the latter showed scarcely any strength and was distanced before the first ballot was half finished. 1'nttlson was electedgov- crnor in ISSJaiulm.ido npopulni ndinln- Istiation , Ho will undoubtedly malto a strong man now , though there is little probability that ho can win again , there being no indication of a tidal wa o in politics this year , as there was eight joins ago , though in Ponns.vhania there are a gie.itmany republic ins dissaticficd with the rule of Senator Quay. The democratic nlutform shows the p irty in that state to bo very friendly to Mr. Cleveland. Wore I'atti on to bo elected it might milvo sumo difference with the chances of the ox-piesidont. AViTHOUTanj investigation the con dition of the now jail ptoves conclu sively that thowoik was a bhaimless piece of jobberj , haitilv rushed through amlonglnoeiedby the immaculate Davis. Twentj-lho hundred dollars have been pqtmidetcd in the work , which imM bo up too ted and done o\ei , entailing addi tional costs on the city. Not only wore the positive orders of tlio council ignored by the inner ciicle of the com bine , but the work was secretly dis tributed among the fricndb of the gang andouti.igeous prices charged for botch woik. Thotesult 1-not surprising , It is In accord with the scandalous jobbery andfiUorilNm that prevail in such do- paitments of the city that tlio Dodiin gn-ig have managed thus far to manipu late. TJNDHH the benign inlluciico of the Tammany Tvventy-clghlers , the "purifi cation" of local politics is going on in fifty dollar chunks. No aciountwill bo kept of the cost. Every ono tallying under the Tammany b inner can help himself and no iuipot Uncut questions will be itbkcd. PENSION claim agents are flooding this section with circulars inviting agents to drum up those entitled to a Donsion under recent acts of congio'-s. The liberal commissions ollored goes to ( > hovv that the pension shaiks will har vest millions fiom the bounty of the gov ernment. Hard on the Ti outers. Cliffaijn Intel Ocean. Since tbo new liquor law la Boston went Into effect it is reported that there Is a fear fulvvearoa trousers i : LJrcelcenrlilne. It will be uuplc mint and humiliating for Mr Breclcoiirldiroof Aik.msasto bo expelled from the seat in the house to which ho was not legally clioscu , but he w ill hao to go. Itotnocn < ! in mill .Justice. llttltlHl ( Illicit Stanley , hiving been appointed governor of the free Congo stuto , lias u mission moro re sponsible nioi ally th.ui nay inonudi m Euiope It rein ilns to bo soon w hctlicr gin or Justiie will fj.ilii tlio inisteiy In deciding the futo of tlio poor Afi ic ins. 'I ho Colored .Man In College. ! l'i ( ! / tuttunW. / / . It is not at nil stiango tliat so many of the coloi cil students ai o cairyluif off the honors at the colleges these dijs. Tlio colored sUnlent does not RO to collcvjo to leatn to piny baseball ; uUthui ilocs ho pi-ovvl around at night with a pot of icil p.ilnt. i i I'lohlMtion Ktiltly K 'llie following appeits in the Port MaJison ( la ) Democrat : NOTICB Kotieo Ls hereby given tonll saloonkeepers of the city that all places must bo closed at 11 o'clock at nlghf , anil ( ill front doon bo kept closcil Sundays. Any violation of tbo piovl- sions of this notlrc will bo prosecuted to the full extent of the law A. Momiisoy , 1 City Marshal. Tort Madison , fa. , Juno 23 , b'JO. A hojish old inau it uimtsini ; ; but a girlish matran would imkb awoodon imago tired. It Is the pill ( hat occasionally "lends n hand" who h.u dnmn ask for it eventually 'Iheruis , ( joiicrillvspe.ikiii r , iiotliiiigRrcen about awiilo\vnotx\lthst.auuliit ; her -weeds Tliero is onl\ ono thing more bitter In llfo than being jilted in love , and that is a do > e of , . quinine j. ' \Vill you thitil or mo very oftcii while you dcaicsV JolniJ" "Hut ; nroawny , imiljyou know that this Hto boa ile.isuro tiip ' Sc.islJo lliitatloiis do not Kcnenilly last , nosslbly because , llko the house inontioneil In the luriblo , thoj arorenciully ( buil.locl . on the suiid " \Vnnt some of my hair restorer , sir 1" asked tlio barber ; "bo > t in the world.1 "O , l'\o something Iwtter I'vo Just got u cllvoioo from my wife. " Colostlnc Why ilMn'tjou tnko that seat the gentleman olVrod voui Krnwtino Ilo- rnuso 1 would have to sit next to that woman whosu dress doean't hiinnoiiUo in color wltli inluo. Young hushandVlio \ li that follow vou hnvo Icon chatting with all tlio evening Pretty wife O , he isn't unjbodj inuiefy onoof my old lover * . Tlio difference between man's anil womon's ' wnys is nowhoroghotui .so plainly us in trou ble , AVhoio woman glvos wa > to n Hood of tuars man praccceU to put up u few sltong damn. Ill'llDliTXU AS AP Tlio IIiintorlHt Gl\os Homo Ilxocllcnt A < 1 > ICMI I'rom the I'ulplt. Hubert J , Uurdolto , vvho Is cclobiatpil nsonoof the praatcst huniorlsls ol the inesontda.v , picat-hed nsormonthe-other morning at the Taberii'icle IViptlsl ehurcli , Philadelphia. The text of hU Heiinoii wns II. Samuel , : xvlll. , " 0 : "Is the young man , Absalom , MI fuMr. / . Durdetto coinpuvd the safotyof Absa lom with the jimnjf men of today , re- nuirklng on the perils that besot them. Mr. Huidetto , in speaking of man's per vet si ty , said : "Man goes to church to sleep , and to lieil to Ho nwitko. In his youth ho does all in his power to wreck himself , and wlic'ii ho is wrecked ho does all in his power to euro himself , There are whipping posts to kcop him floin beating his wife ; jails to keep him honest , and the 'gallows to keep him out of murder. This pees to show there Is good as well as o\il In human nature. The suno applies to the young man. Temptations ailbo in his path. It Is our duty to c\ert our good inlluciico with him. 13e a friend to him , and if you have to correct him dolt klndlv. " Mr. Uutdotto then luldiessed himself to the merchants of the congregation , says the Philadelphia Record , remind ing thorn of tholr ( , 'ieat rusponMblllty in having young men under their control and earnestly urged them to befriend their joung employes , to treat them ns younger inotlici"- . . thus in a great way pie-solving them from tlio great evils they would undoubtedly succumb to If not piopcily c.ired for. ' TOIiSTOt. A Sulking I'loduct of ( lie A c Ills MraiiKts Views on Al.irrliiKC. Tolstoi Is the product of the hour. Llko a piece of hot lava ho has been hurled from the Inner depths of a cot- nipt social sjstoin , siys the New Voile Ilorald. His latei life N a irotebt and lib present writings me asircasm , IJo rupresontna spiritual reaction from the social and political o.\cesso4 of the age , aioactloniolunt , cxttcino and dangei- Oils. Oils.Vollairo in llko manner mistook the evils of contemporaneous chinch meth ods for the natural product of Chris- tiinitj , and frantically sought tcfii e in atheism. Not great enough to institute reform , he pomed the vials of his wr.itli upnii Rome and bnldl.v tulvoi itetl the abolition of all religion boc.uibo the otic he wai acquainted with was not pel feel. Tolstoi is gifted , eloquent and ambi tious for nr.ul.rdoni . * Tis not his ] > iolit that docs Iciid his lionoi'for ho has suirendered wealth , liomo , pnlllon , and a career , m older to pie.teli the new gospel of chaos.Ve bow in soniethini ; liUo rove re n eo to the hclf-stcrilicliij ini- pulses of his he.irt , but nuitluu his judg ment nor his plan of lodumplion c'uti coinmuul respect. Judged from the btandpoint of social philosophy ho s-ervts the purpose of a practical joke. His rhctouc hwlei pervasive miphibtry , and his lo ic n hopelessly insane. It is true that the piovailing ide.us of nut riigu are loo-e ; that nianv joun ' men are mote anxious to fall into a foituno tluin to fall in lo\e ; tint jounjf women frequently look 111010 engoilj for an estiblishmcnt than for a home , It may also l > o true that rominco his ; hugely given way to finance , and that Cupid , buborncd rogue , is using his ar rows to pierce.i b.mk iiccount instead of ahe.ut. Theo.ith taken at thoaltarh.in sometimes no higher significance than the big seal on a civil contract and binds both paities to the ti uisfor of cci- lam pei-feonal piopeitj or ienl cbth.ite. Tolstoi's snfor at this stite of tliln s , like the : jliot 11 red at Loncoid , is heaul round the wmld. The sting of his criti cism is vicious but deseived. In the bhue of his elofucnco | vvosec Ilj men dis guised a& an auctioneer knocking be.iuty down to the highest bidder , and wo naturally wince , for tlio truth ho tells is as painful as a lanUinj , ' wound , So fur wo sit at Tolstoi's feet as at tlio feet of Jo'vo and note his biire aim as 1m hurls thundcibolts at 'tho arrogant and insolent vices which u urj ) the throne of pin ity and the place of honor. Hut when wo ask for the remedy oui te.ieher is no longer a philosopher , but an anarchist. The most dislioaitoncd pessimist shilnks from his proposed plans and the practical man spurns them as nonsoiibu. Thoj mom dynamite and destruction , as thougli one should > av : "Tho vase has a spot ot diit on it ; don't ' wash , hut rather In oak it. " Mairtagu , cries Tolstoi , is "a fall ; " and for feir vo may misunderstand him , ho adds , it is "a bin. " Marriage is not iibaciamcnt , and falling in love ismeio folly. They indicate -weakness anil should bo avoided by oveiy btiong man and ovei'i juio ) woman Wiiruagoas an institution should thciofoio be ra ccl to the giound in the name of prepress and the gcneial wolf.uo. Willie the&o thiilling asseitions aio still tiemblingoiihib lips jou venture to suggcnt that if allmenwoiu celil'-.to and all homes were abolished tbo world would upeedilj como to : m end and the human r.ico lw extinguished. UutTol- stci ibii mm of intolloLtu.ilnone and lie meets the emergency with the coura o of retklesiiics . Ho loplics : "vVcll , if the world comes to an end wo can get along without it.1 Indeed , that foi-nis to bo a consummation which Tolstoi eagoily anticipates. "Doesn't the bihlo declaim'ho bays , "that the world will come to an end t > o'no time , and doesn't ' science assort that the bun ibgi-adunllj cooling ? If all things are rushing tovvaul a fatal crash wo may as well do vvlmtvve c.m to make it complete. " Tlieio jou are inthoinirolrielriQiably and liopolesslj. Your teacher hm be come a ci.ink and his former eccentric- illos havodo\L'loped into botnethiiiir like drivel. So wo como back to common sense , and leave Tolstoi to nni&h his journey tow aid cluios alone. aeouts. The London btnndnid a few weeks ago published a curious account of the exper iments which are being ni.ulo in the French at my for training dogs to ant as scouts , messengers ami sentinels. When a dog is on messenger ilutj two men aio detached from an outpost and salk about a milo , their companion boinglcd by Ills collar. One of the men then letuinsto the starting point amllho dog , vvluiiu\er lie is lot loose , runs back to tlio outpoit. with the message in a bag tied to Ills back , The sentinel dogs are bald to scent htrangoib lOOjanU olt , andd'uectlj they do so begin to hnik and giowl , Tlio ti ( lining necessarj forthchcouts ismoio ulaboiatc , as thoj have to bo taught to search Helds and thickets , in which sol- dlcrs dtessod in foielgn uniforms aio lying in ambush. ASBOOII as the ani mals find the enemy it is their business to run buck to their filonds and soioport what they have been.o Value of u I'asM'iif-i'i1 'I'lnin , Uut few poteens who \ low a pabsongor tuiln as it goes tliunderint ; past have nn idea that It icpresonts a cash value of from 471,000 to $ | i0,0on ! , lint Mich Is the c.iso , hays the Now York C'onunerc-l il Adveitfsor. The ordinary express train loprcsoats from $7.JXX ( ) to 800,000 , The cngino ami tfiidcraro valued at 810,500 ; the biggago car , $1,000 ; the postal car , $ i,000 ! , the binoking car , J'l.OOO , two ordi nary pnttaongor ears , $10,000 each ; thieo lulacocnis. ulfl.WX ) eioh-total j > S1)00 ( , Many of the trains which pull up to or out from the Grand Central depot are worth $100,000. HUH THE CAPITA COY A Oaso of Mlstnltcu Identity ia the Man "Who Vfta Poisoned , HIS NAME LEE INSTEAD OF BAUGIIN. A Statement of tlio AaHc i ioiit on N'obrasKii Hallromia liy tlio llouiil of I < < ] nali2iitloii Nous ? u > tts , LINCOI.V , Neb. , July 3. [ Special to fun line. ] It was supposed ycstonhy that the mim who mot his deith In 1'asln's him by dilnldiiR eirbolle aeul Instead of alcohol was Joseph BaiiKhn , asn letter was fount on his person with Unit naino on the cnvolopo. T.nterthoboclj vvaildcnllflcl by u filendas thut of John Lee , nhrothor of Oooruo T ee , a garbage num at Oinahi. Mr. Leo his Icon apprised by tck'Rrnph of the death of his Inother. The father niul mother of tlio dead man reside nt Cincinnati ntiil hnvo been notl- lled by who of the deilh of their son. No piopirntioiis for interment will bo nmdcun til the p.iic'iitu are hciud from , Islcnii\vhllo the body b lylnK ut the morgue. Duel ISnifio- son , the hostler , vho In com piny with Leo pirtook oftho donlly duiURlitHOf poison , is still nllvonncltodav , hisi > ln lcinns expressed the hope that holll probably survive. Mr .T. T Bollnjjof 13eavor Cnwstniy seems to doubt theoxlslencoof Mr \ . Wood of MudUon , N' . "Ywho 0.11110 to T lncoln to se cure tlio inn of Mis llolhij ! bj hoi fonuei husbind , Mr. 13 C Collins of JSist Charltou , X. Y \Voodlsnotnotonljaltvobut Is also kicking. M a letter from him to the Ma- cola ehlcf of juhcuplainly indie-ites. Wood sivsho tiivelca H.OOO inlleato .seeunithobov for bb ncphcvvlio , , slnctj ho h.-w remirrle < f , Hlshcl to have Ills son with him ngnla. U'oalsajs that liofouiul tliobo ) In nu or- pbati .isylimi licro and managed to pot pos session ofhlin Tlio mother , \vlio was do ing housovvoilc for a nianouTwcnty-Hrst street , exploded ailesho to po b.iclt to her wealthy Imsbuul. fcjilaf ? that slio mlRht make troulh > In roftu-dto bis kcepinj-thoboy Wood offered to p.iv her waj 3ut ! somehow Mis. Hollnp nunap.d tosncik out with the boy after tbcj vveuoa the ( ruin IVIr AYood therefore found hi j labor of love loiL Con sequent Ij be h ki Uugven nard. .NKIIIIskt ituiitcHi > VSSI ( : MK\T. Thr follow in ; st it < tiicnt sliow s tlio number nf miles. tht > a < < t" > s'il Miliintloii | > i > r tiillo.nncl llio total ii1" . , s - \iiluitlon of rullnruli In the stito of IStbriKka. is ilctoiiuitnil L > \ the stntubo.ird of niuiill/iitloii Jliy 17 , l W. Nu of lti * 3t. > a Vnlunlluii .NA1IE ot I1MII1UAII | . Vllei. 11'r Mitel I'otnl Tin : m\'s ur.uv. In the pioloiijccl < asoof Uiatt vs ICiiilnicl In the sujnoiuo court todiy a motion for ro- irprumutitvvasdoiiled ami tlio case t email led bicltfor auov trial upon Its iiiorits 'iliis action uroso in IsbJ and tlio coutrovcrst is over tlio ownership of cattle ami litifjatloii hus been pond UK ever since ICliiknld , the defendant , limuiiys succe'ecloj in tlio dis- tnctcouitvliilo the supreme court continues to ( itul some error anil sends the CJHO Mclc for nuexvtual Jt is understood tint hln- h lid will so fortifj Ins next \ ictoryvithln \ - cicascil evUlcnco anillth the ulhonco of ob- joc'tionablo tcclmicilltui aato fully satisfy the supreme titbunil. ciiisxn ' Mrnc .N OM , The vcopli ' . .incolnceo rcceitlv shocked to Icnm 01 hourtlioly rolatlonscx- Ntiiin'bctivoon a su-aiifo ; Chininiun aid a hmUsoinojouinr winon also unknown licii ) . It now U.insplrca tint the ilotiKolIan it > iwoiltln contractor for mininfr at Uock Springs , nnil trausic-Ui a ljv bublnes for tlio Union Pacific. Ilisnuuiois Vh Sav , and liu hib 11 Uulcsthil wife ami l\\o \ \ littloiiiff- Uiled Clilnoso bovs at homo tint cill Iiiin pipa in ttiejr iintlvo tongue The yoimvr vvonnn , vho i < vcn idtposspssinu iniipiicir- nnpe Is said to bo Mis ? Ncdily of 1'icniont. It K slid that sholuisbcou iufituntcd vuth theChin.im in forllvo vc-.iin nnil tliit ho U. the fithoiof licr illeuitlniiito child. In the lepoitof the tciiniiiition of tlio J l-icm couiitv cibC'in tliib morning's Dhn the st.ituiiput vvasmaOithvt tbo stito In.inl of tl.lIl l > ol t ilion t.i\i' an iidvusu ilocisiun inrt- prdto tbo in ill or 1 1 should h.i.o uid statu bo.ii',1 of niuallz.it Itn. Kieil Howe , ( l < -i hi the state bankinfiilf- pirtmcnt , return ul jestoiday fiom n ten dm 'a visit to the mon nl lins A nicies of incoip6rition of thollinman inilki.iiKomimiy of Omulii wrro filed this morning vvithtlio wui-otuy of st ito. 1'lioriipi- tilstorlcla tobe'JM.OW 'Jho Inc-oiporntors ni-oClmiKs 13 Iliainan , William O Itusicll. U'llliim 0 MilCiiiley and t'r.inlc U Piuc-e. Thomas Henton , state nuditor , lef tfor Klm- b.illtodav , v. licro ho is to make UhwelliiiK Tourth of July siieech tomorrow and look nftci his political fuiiccs at llio simotlme JulgoT O G llmiison of tlio Ninth iuiliclal illstilet and his comt leportcr , Uhatles W. I'carsall vcro nt the state liouso today Tbo enl ) cnso filed la tlio supreme court todn > wiuthit of Thomas JJmkcrvs John IMscman , inhicli the ciioinioiu sum of $1)3 Is atstnlw 13oth vliintilt ami defend mt have c'.ic-h spent ove" * ! ( inlho flRlitnlrculy BdlloyCariull of UdjMr unices complaint t < i the flute board of trainpoiuition tint tlie B. .1 M i-ailv\a > coinpinj lefuses tn put a Icuco betveciihis jiropcity jiul the right of wav of the KlI'llTIOS' . . Tom Cookc , census snpcnisoi , now sava that tsO.IJW ) is too small an estimate nf tiio jiopulatidi of this district ] ! su\s thitnn approxiiinU ) i ilc-ulitiuu plnces tlio iiuiiilur in loiind iiunibeis ut 5)0iKl ( ) ) ( Till- , with the figure's Kiv on liv tlio fli t nnil second consiis distrifts , vvhitli aio i-cspocllveli llXKliiiid ) ( fi'JO.OOO , iail .iri total lupuhtiou lutuo stulo of over ll,50iiKi.nuls. , cnrvv iviOTF ? Tlio MMoi Kittle mid Allio Cowdery , iluuKhtcn of the suuotiry of state , ivtuined this inornliiK fiom n t\vo niontlis vhlt with relatives In Slo < kvillo , Misi 'ihoy vvoroae- lonipininl onltic-ii rctiini bythUr aunt , Mrs I'lAvc'rs , nudlior iluiKhtcr , Misi Allio. \ \ .1 C xpur and Uolo liiotlurs luvo liroucht suit against hv inoiulh ,1 niilto , con- traitoi-s > for the onstiu ( tlon of tlio lulus- tiinl homo nt Milford , for $ lK.t ) | . on ac count of the ell crul iniliuo o [ Syinondi tc * Jll.iko to p.i ) for oc'ituiiiinatcilaU bought from the plaintiffs andubidm the coasliuc- tlon of tint institution Mr Al IJI/oy , who has been aMoclatctl with Mr UouBlasns IIIUII.IROI * of liu : Hfi1 circulation in Lincoln , lnis sohl out his Inter est to the Inttor iputlinuiii Mr. 1'izovleft .today for IJttltotaCltj , where ho vvlll studj ' .uvvvlthllon (5eorK II Fulr , county at torney of Dukntu ooiinty. AV F.Vcii \ ami hia 'right l \ vcrV , , M Curneal , vvoietedir uiln urrMUMl for con ducting a Knmbliiii ; oetiblUlnucnt. Ai-niilil mi iliiniicijo ] U'oinuii , Sir EtlvviJuVrnoldvvhos , < j fitaylii.rnpuii la Icnfjlheiilng- u lofahluiico thurc , jnul who Ins Ijocoino nioroJiipnu so tlnn tlio Mikado's courl , atprossojlhobrll ( tint Iho Jainnosi ) voinon nro "HC mi- nnirollc. " Iloilnclnrcs thonai ) tobc the most grncotul im tlon In the woi-ld , juul Bij8 thut "tholisliuplo joy of llfo , the i- universal iilacrll ) to iilomo iiiul h.i } > lcasod , tliolr nlmust dlvino a tlciitH ( < t disposition , ' ' niiiUo tlioin inoiloltj of tlii- ; nlfiecl niul ulc ant k'hiivlortiboio nil ether nations. U'hilo thosimll boy , tlieblj boy anil the very old boyweio tciulotitiK aporanptory n ecptionto toilnj's ' luridly glorious ovcnt laid last evening by firing on" bombs niul bomii leltos , a ccitaln pioinhient pollllelan fmiu o\er tliontile , vbo was Iciniornrlly la the ) city on route loan ogle flyiiiff soiree la a dis tant init of the state , spoke as follows to tlm rotundi tn.in as the tivo sat enjoyinj elgirs x tlieMlll.irilbilcouyi "Aiidthhls pitilotism so called pit Hit isml Woll.lt iin truer sort of patriotism Una neertjlti United Stitos seuiitoi- vhi o "homo iin't nthoii niil miles from Omiliu i * cshlbltln just imv to till patty , If aery i. . llnblc-sourevd httlo story vvhkli I hoard from the Inside circle cf thu Kebrinlcu delegation to COHKI-OSI bo tinu1 This story may contiin n very neutnatl in teixistlng little ploc-o of novvsfor Ilio0in.ilu public , and p.iitlculnrly the ropubltean pn tlon thereof It came tome whllo Ias \ \ > i Wwhlngton uovei- mind \vlirn. "Tho rofiibllcins of Oiniha have fr > i time tothni ) been experiencing spellsof In tense \vonilor \ M to vvb ) they ontlimod t > rceclvothelr mall anl bu > their sumpi from the h amis of a democrat A Uttlo tloliy in the nntteiof aohiiig-o VV.H ospui'tcl , Iwf \vhca tli.it ilclaj was protracted month * ant months beyond the chaiiKO In similar poti tioiis In nil ttio ether largo cities of tln > state and ncirJy cvory ono of tin' sjniller ones , too , for fiat matter I noticed that the republican * * of Omaha tnUicl out voijr plainly oa the matter. Hut thai s all the food It did. Very well , nov/ , the story that came to luo-nnd from a wino such as In my mlmllcwes uoiloubthattscr \ as tolls truth fuln ! SH Is this ' \V. \ J. 3lroateh nloiiR time ago secur l froni IMr Jvhiidtrbona pleilge thnthoivoull notmnto sirlmiigo inthopostmastcrshlp hew atOmaha until he , llroatch , gave theivoi 1 Without stopptn ; toromlncl jou of how verv IntliantoBwatch is with Maiulorson orvhit CMcedlnglj fjreit pnver the eMimjor Ins oxer tlio senator , ! -VM ! ! saj that Uieic-niilnc ! i of the stoiy Is ilmpl ) this BroaUh , as is qulto fjcnerally kiionn , 1m for yonra hail hli tieart set ui n hciut' iroi- crnor. Gallagher , vour postniutor hoi- , swings a bin political jo' ' ) lot of votes , rut onlj inOmiha , hut In viiiotisotler portions of tlio stnto. U'licn Harttanas \ \ in.nl < president Eioatdi exacts from Maiiih > rsoti the ploilfi-o -\\hlch I Just iifurud. Tlun lioRoosto Cillnyhci and says ' Sec here , C ? all iRbcr , I will keep \oiiln of ficohorc if ) ou vUll luomlso that la nsi > I KCttho nomination for Rovcinor you -v\lll promise tojump in ntul throiv mo oveiy dcmocntiovotoyou e.iii. " 'Gallagher ' promisid. 'Thouealvvas ' male , signed and sealul then ami tliero. 'Slights ' the story of vhy llio people of Omilin continue mil \\ill contlmio for i loni ; tiino tocoine toiicchu tliclr mail from tlio hands of a democratic poalmustor. 'Political ' consibteru-j scnatorinl pa triotism , thou ait indeed i raw } ev\el \ I" iMtoiimiriov on men iicivsi , : : . Tlio < Jiont IHbato nt licit rlcr1 .Inly 5 anil 7. Mr. S S. Green , seuretiry of tlio Beitrn Cnmtiuiiin assembh , sends Tut 13EB the following fcr publication . Tliero will bo i joint debate onthoaucv > tica of "Proliibilioti vs. IHtfli Uocmo" at tin ) Bcatric'oCliuitautiuiiftsscniblv , bivltinhif ? at 'i a m. , July . " > , and ending the afternoon ot Ju'y 7. Snnucl Dickie , chairman of the prohibition national committee , and Itev. SumSinall will deliite probllntion. " Hon. Edward Kowvvatcr , editor "ot Tun Brn , ana Jlon. John L. . Webstciof Oinahi will argue for hi.'li " Ifepiihlicin Sl.itoConvention. Tlio rcimUlaanalcctoraof tlio shto or Jio brnkanro requested to send doleg.itc * from their stveialcoiintlesto iiaotln convention In thocltyof llnculn. Mcdiicsdiij- , July 3 , uis o'clookp. ni , for tlio purpose of placing In nomination Candida tu for tbo [ olloivliij stult ofllce- . : Go's ornor. Lieutenant Goiernor. iicrctiryof btitc. Auditor of 1'ulllu Accounts. HateTieii'-iirer JVttoinov ( Ic'iur.il. CumiiiUbluiiur of L'ublto f anils aad Pulfl- lit.s. . iiDiMlntindontof Public Tiulructloii And tlio 11 infill Ion of Midi otlur buslncn > iu.ii conn. l ) ! fiiio llie cflnvontlon , Till API'OllTlONMriT. The coral eoinitln .ire ciillllo.l to rppr sont.itlmi iii icllows Dcliis I iseil IIDDU iho \ ) ! ( eihtforllon Ci < oi oll. II i-tln . iin-i - cltntl.ilcu-cliii In lr > > < clsln } ? 1110 ilili > mtt > - n- iar , ' < I ) ' .icli cuii n l ) , niul ono fii ui li 10 \ole-s and tint niiijor ( ruction tlicrtof : U Is iFuiiiiiiiiondtiil that no prnxlo * In ) nl- inlllccl tu llio urn Million nnil t luittloilolo - KiilUM IIIKSI nl buniitliurl/cd to cast tlio full > ulo oHIioclrlojnUon I , . II UlCllAiins , Chalini lu I. ( nr.ir toorclary. r OMAHA. JLOA.N ANTD TRUST COMPANV. SiibscrlliortandOuamiilecd CiipltM | W ) 1 1'uld In Uaillal | . . . . . J-Vj. HiiysniiOioUiatOl.s nnd lMiil.ii ( mtl.u s cniiiniticlal paitsr | ; rucrltcs and CIUCIIHH trustsuutm , < H trinsforajoiit un < l tithleo > t coiporiitlom , takes diurju uf tiiopertjr. en icit tuxes OmaliaLoan&TrustCo SA.VINGSBA.MK. SE. CoinerIGtli and Douglas Su iMd Inr-nultal i < v i - Kv tiUblllty ofbUxUiioMon . 'J < ) J fr 1'er tent Int rw t I'ald on Dqioslts I'KAMC J r VNC.I CiiiliU r OnioornA IT. j mini , nifslddit , J. .1 Ilium , vluuiiro4"enl , W P. V ) nun. tuiisnn r Dlroulnrti \ . V NVjiimn J. Il.lllllnnl U llroii. Oiy O Uuruni.B.V , NWi. Hi u.m J. ICIuibal , UcurunU. LiLu.