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THE DAILY BEE E. UGSKWATKtl. - PUBLISHED EVERY MOKKINO. OFFICIAl PAPER OF THE CITY , TKHMB OF BUIISUlll'TION. JJslljr fen ( without Snnilnr ) Ono Yci\r . 1800 Dally iinrt Siinrtnr- One Year. . 1U UU Hit Month * . . . . . . ijgj 'llirro Jlunthi" . . . . . . . . . . . . . ZW Mmilnr lice , nnn } anr . , . * W | H/it rd r Heo. Ono Yo.ir . . . . . . . . . . J Weekly HOP , Una Year . 1 W omens. Omaha. Tlio tleo nnllcllim. Kotitli Otnnha , corner V nnfl Kth Street * . Council Illiinti , 13 1'onrl Street. ClilriRounice. SI7 Chnmber of Omnmcrev ! . New York , KOOMM 13,11 nnrt I. ' , . Trlliunit llulldlngi Washington. All Fonrtirt'ntli Street. COUUKSl'ONDKNCK. All commnnlcntloni roIatlnK to nr r nrt odltnrlnl matter nhotilU bo addressed to tlio Kd- Horlnl Department. HUHINKSS IiinTKIW. All.tm lnpM IcUcr * unit rcmlttinrot should 1)0 nililrestcit tolhc Hoc PutillililnitRompnnr. Uinntm. Drnlti. checks ami postonieo onion to bo mnilo ( inynbtnto tliourilur of Ilia companr , TIIK KttE PUBLISHING COMPANY. BWOIl.V STATEMENT UK CIHCUI VT1O.V. fctnliMif.SVbrniikii , I , . County of Douiitai. f"3- ( IniriK ) WTmchuck. Kccrotnrr of Tlio Hrn I'nti- llililna company , ooe Kolemntr nwonrthnt the nrt- unl circulation or TUB IA1IY lll'.K for tlio week rnilliiK Jnnn IB , l&.tt. naa as follows ! Kumlnr.-llino II . 20.017 .Monilnrnnn ) 1.1 . * lKj Tuetrlajr.Juno II . I3.l"l \\cdiicf ilnr. Jimi' 1.1 . 2. ! . 2T Iliiirtdar.Juno in . . . . . Z1.S7H Frl.lnT.Jun. . ) 17 . XU.'rJ ' Bnturctnjr , Juno la . . . 21.171 ! A vertigo . SUMS OKOIH1K Il.TJWeilHCK. Fworn to licfnrp mnnndmibicrlbod In m > | ire mco Ililn I8lh dajr nf Juno , A. 1) . , IblC. N. 1' . KKHj. SKAI. fiotnry 1'iibllc. AicrrtRii Clrriiliittnn tor May , UJ.IIHl. Dl'NCOMHlJ's Boltw nominating sncoch was clmmclcrl/cil chiefly by buncombe. NKUUASKA is proud of nor industrial exhibit itnd it's no secret tlml sbo will bo many times prouder noxtyoar. TJicNHY WATTKKSON wont to Chicago to convince the convention and the con vention turned the tuhloo nnd convinced him. DAN RICK , the showman , announces that ho will hot $2oOOCO on Cleveland's election. Dan always was it great joking clown. TIIK WorldTcrald says "Mr. Bryan is as good "as elected. " Yes , fully sis iroud mid as bad ; but bo IB not elected , nor lilcoly to be. TIIK reason Judge Altgoldiwas nomi nated for governor by tlio democrats of Illinois is contained in his name. The barrel is on top in Illinois. TimtTKP.N' men want to bo county commissioner in placoof GoorgoTiimno. Avho recently died. Thirteen is an un- luclcy number for twelve of the as pirants. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ w _ A "WKATJIKU FOHKCAST" for Juno said there would bo no really warm weather until July. Gehenna , what is in store for us , if this isn't warm woathorV TIIK people's party hold their conven tion at Omaha next monthbut the party oJ the people and for the people hold their convention tit Minneapolis two \vooks ago. EMIN PASHA has turned up again and will have aront , pleasure In reading his obituary notices for the "stoontb" time. Einin seems to biivo as many lives its the proverbial cat. Tine superiority of Tun Bun's con vention report over all competitors is so nppnrcnt on its face thai it is unneces sary to call the specific attention of our renders to the fact TliKiui arc cabinet troubles in Vene zuela , Italy and the United States. In fact the cabinet is the most vexatious nrtlclo of big furniture to bo found in a government household. iioi'K the duties of Mr. T. C. Plutt , as president of the United States Exprosb company , will not BO monopo lize his tlmo that ho cannot dabble in politics a little this year. IN A few weeks campaign orators will appreciate how dllllcult it would have been to have made speeches lor any can didate but the president while extolling bis administi alien. The editors huvo already learned thin lesson. GKNKIUI , PALMEU might bavo boon nominated if he had not insisted upon Cleveland's nomination. lie so in sisted , not because ho did not want It himself , but because ho knows ho could not bo elected , There is very little martyrdom about that action. > COLOUftDO democrats fool inoro nbuBcd than the republicans. Harrison is a much fairer man on the silver prob lem than Cleveland. The president lias shown them the proper way to socurn free silver , while Cleveland showed them no countenance. Colorado will be for Harrison with vigor. Tin ; out ritto on the Rock Island be tween Omuhii and Kansas City , by wliieh the Texas and Indian Territory cuttle can come to this market instead of toKnnsiisC'ity , is of'grcut importance to our paekers. It moans that 5n.X)0 ( ) cattle will bo marketed hero within the next two montliH , nnd it will udd materially to the renown and benefit of Houth Omaha us tv ( rroat piiuiclng center. V Il'TllKclilof of the lli-o dopartraont hmi nothing oltin to do , wo would su-- gust that ho Uiko u suln uround tlio suburbof the city to examine thu con dition of 11 ro hydrants. Quito u number of those hydrants nro apparently choked with mud. Kvory flro hyi'.rant in the city should nl ways bo In condition for ImmoJlato'tuo , nnd tnu-li hydrants us nro useless blimild bo rolociuoil.Vo ncud iniiro hydrants in the heart of the clt. , . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tj'.MI'OltAUYCllAIKMAN J. S. Cf.AHK- BON' occupied two columns In his Dos M ilii'jH Ihyit-ter in telling how President Hi rlson olltiioil him uvory positional tii'j'ovurmiciit. ) : nllof which bo declined , fin11 how much work lie did for the | ir < ' liliit ! In tlm pnst. Thotirllclo is jritondud no n dofoiuo of his action in tn > ftin\tn \ ( the pro ldout's rcaomlnatlou , but nn this point ho Is painfully and m-f'illeitly olrtouro. It la an oxplutm- llo i wliloli dwr not explain. YKAHS or nr.ruuLWAX cox- \ TltOTj. In his response to the committee ol the Minneapolis convention which notified him of his nomination , President liar- risen said thut ho believed the general result of three years of republican con trol have been highly bcnoQclal to all classes of our pooplo. Tlio homo mar kets for farm products , said the presi dent , have boon retained ttnd enlarged by the establishment of great manufac turing industries , while now markets abroad of largo and increasing value , lontr obstinately closed to us , have boon opened on favored tonns lo our moats and brcatlstuITs bv the removal of unjust discriminating restrictions and by nu merous reciprocal trade agreements. "Tho ncU of legislation and administra tion can now bo judged by tholr Irlonds. In 1800 It was a conflict of predictions. Now our adversaries must face trndo statistics and prices current" It was n torso statement of the claim of the republican party to the confidence - donco and support of the country for what it hits accomplished In promoting the material interests and prosperity of the nation. The details are faml.iar to every intellicent citizen. Tlio facts which show the growth of our indus tries and of our foreign and domestic commerce are ou lly accessible. When the tresont administration came into power our moats were shut out ol the markets of Germany , Franco and other European countries and all oflorU to have tbo discriminating restrictions re moved had failed. Heavy duties were albo levloJ upon our agricultural pro ducts by some of these countries. The barriers against our moats have been taken away and the duties on other pro ducts have boon reduced so that they are placed on nn equality with those of the most favored nations. This is the result In very largo measure of the re publican policy of reciprocity. It has irroatly increased our exports to Euro pean countries , and the boncllts already realized will continue and increase If that policy is maintained. But this is not sill that the aggressive commercial policy of the last three years has accom plished. Our tratio in this hemisphere has been materially enlarged and Its growth assured so long us this policy remains. It is practical results of this character which will appeal most strongly to the voters of the country this year. There will bo no conflict of predictions to de ceive and mislead them as there was two years ago. The opponents of pro tection and of reciprocity must face the statistics , and these magnificently vin dicate the wisdom of the republican policy. They cannot now ns they did two years ago alarm the 'people by the throat of greatly enhanced prices for the necessaries of life na a consequence of tlio tariff law. because the operation of that law has not had the effect to in crease prices. The voter who carefully and intollisrontlv investiuates the facts cannot fall to bo convinced that the democratic prophecies of evil two years ngo have utterly failed , and hundreds of thousands of these who were deceived then into supporting that policy will refuse - fuse to bo misled again. The impending campaign is to bo ono of education , ana such a campaign is not good for the democracy. That party prospers only upon the fear and distrust of the people. This year no such con ditions exist. Growing industries , an increasing commerce , and a sound cur rency give the people a fooling of secur- j'y and conlidonco. The safety of re publican principles Is the intelligence and patriotism of the people , and it is to these the party appeals in the impend ing contest for the control of the govern ment. THE VSKS 01' W4mtovor may bo said of the char acter of Tammany , that famous orgrfnl- zation is in ono respect a model ono. The remarkable power which it wields in New \rork is derived almost entirely from perfect organization and syste matic methods of work. It has become- : tn invincible political force in its own Held by virtue of its policy of making a business of politics nnd conducting its operations upon principles similar to those which win successwlion applied to the management of great commercial enterprises. Its purpose is to win and its highest aim is to fortify and intrench itself. Patriotism has little to do with Tammany's work and philanthropy sel dom moves tno hearts of ils members. It is in politics to-wln and rule , and to this end it bonds all its energies. In ono respect only is the example of Tammany worthy of imitation by the republican party. The principle of systematic organization is one that can not bo ignored in the conduct of u great political campaign. The forced of the republican party in the contest upon which it is now entering need to bo wisely directed. * Its work needs to bo systematic and. thorough in order that Us energies may not bo wasted. The republican party docs not want bosses like Dick Crokor and his lieutenants , but energetic leaders , men who can plan and execute , are needed In ovoiy town and every faohool district In the United States. Tlio fact that bosses are not In favor does not moan thnt cap.tblo and ' discreet loaders will not bo gladly fo'llowod. and no man who hits the quali ties which fit him for such work should hoop In I ho background for fear of olTonding his neighbors. The repub licans of the whold country are entirely in o'u nest In heir purpose to ro-oleot President Harrison. There Is no feel- IDK of indifference tiny where. All that is now required is organization and well directed worlt , AS lCOXSlTKXT ADVOCATK. Tlmo liouls political wounds and dis torts political facts. The Now York World , the greatest boomer of Grover Cleveland this year , was the bitterest critic of his administration after ho suf fered defeat In 1883. It laid all the blame for the domouratlc ulsistor : upon the shoulders of the candidate und de clared thut Mr , Clovulatid's administra tion laid been it failure. It held that the democratic jvirty was" not , respon sible , but thut the vacillating course of Mr. Cleveland in the presidential olllco hud ulmkun the conlidonco of the patty and destroyed its ohitncos of success. It referred with evident bitterness of spirit to the ox-proaidont's unwise pre cipitation of the tnrlft Issue nt the wrong time nnd to his "obnoxious per sonal acts nnd characteristics. " It de clared that if the party had known in 1SSI what it know In 1883 Mr. Cleveland would have boon repudiated. This Is interesting reading now. If the World was right when It said those hard things about the only president the democratic party has elected in nearly thirty-six years It must bo wrong in advocating his election now. The man has not changed , save that ho has grown a little richer , a llttlo more aris tocratic and , perhaps , a trifle more corpulent - pulont than ho was when ho retired from the ofllco in which moro than one democratic newspaper has said thnt ho was n dismal failure. The ) 10)7(1 ) said that ho had "made the cause of civil service reform n byword and mockery by his flagrant gift of $10,000 to a cam paign fund for his own re-election. " But there is no evidence whatever that thlft civil service reformer will not give as freely now from his more abundant moans for exactly the same purpose. There is not the slightest reason for supposing that ho Is n moro consistent civil service reformer now than ho was nt the close of his term ns president. Tlio World now says that its criticisms upon Mr. Cleveland's administration were just , but it claims that ho has learned something since then. The plain truth is , as every sensible person very well knows , that Mr. Cleve land is not in any respect a bettor can didate than ho was four years ago. The criticisms of the World and other load ing journals of his party upon his administration - ministration are as just now as they were when they were uttered. CLOSE OF TIIK EXPOSITION. The first exposition of the manu facturing industries of Nebraska , nnd ono of the most successful exhibits of nny kind over hold in the state , closed liibt evening. TIIK BEE has given daily attention to everything of interest con nected with this extensive and highly instructive display of Nebraska's in dustries and little remains to bo said beyond heartily commending the enter prise of the manufacturers who con tributed to the exhibit and recording the judgment that the result bus most amply justified the wisdom of the under taking. Planned and carried out under the auspices of the Nebraska Manufacturers nnd Consumers associa tion , too much credit cannot bo given to the olllcors of that highly practical and useful organization for the ability they have shown in the management of the exposition. Prom the opening to the close every thing wont along smoothly nnd satisfac torily , demonstrating that thoroughly practical men had made the arrange ments nnd carried them into effect. On the whole it was a most interesting and instructive object lesson in the indus trial development and resources of JNe- braslcn and undoubtodlv Its Influonen will bo most valuable and far ranching. It has served the excellent purpose , for ono thing , of bringing together the manufacturers and consumers , and the effect of this has already boon to greatly strengthen the sentiment in favor of patronizing homo industries. From ovary point of view the exposition was a signal success , and unqualified credit is duo to every body connected with its in ception and management. TIIK GIllP OF TIIK DEADLY H7/JE. About two months ago the council passed an ordinance creating the olllco of city electrician. Mayor Bemis very properly withholds the appointment until the duties of the now official shall have boon defined by ordinance. A city electrician without definite powers to supervise all olcctrio wires , cause the removal of such as are not in actual use andrequire improved insula tion wherever it may bo needed would bo a costly luxury. So far the council has studiously refrained from enacting the ordinance regulating electric light ing and motor wires and defining the powers of the city electrician. The natural inference to bo drawn from this neglect is that the electric lighting companies , the telephone com panies and other frnnchigod corpora tions have exerted a pernicious influence upon the council. These corporations want to bo let alone. They have no use for a city electrician unless ho is like the belled cat that will not catch mice. How much longer Omaha is to bo ex posed to the perils of deadly wires and how much longer wo nro to pay for 2,000- cnndlopowor lamps .that do not prob ably equal 1,000-candlcpowor remains to bo seen. In any event the mayor will bo justified in refusing to appoint nny city electrician until his duties are clearly defined. IT is n llttlo singular that a body of men claiming to roprosjont the dotnoc racy of the greatest state in the union should have taken such action as that by which the Cleveland delegates selected at Syracuse gave up their assumed rights at Chicago and loft the field to an op- poling delegation which , according to tholr view , did not represent the Now York domooi-ncy and therefore hud not a s'tadow of right to sit in the conven tion. The null-snappers nro men con trolled by great moral ideas and unal terable convictions. They claimed to ba everlastingly right. If they were right why did they abandon their alleged principles und yield the field to a body of man whom they have denounced as dangerous plotters against the free ex pression of the popular will ? It is to be fo.irod that they nro not half so cour ageous in behalf of what they claim to bo their lofty principles as they have tried to make the public believe. FHOM the eorono and Rolf-possossod manner-in which President Harrison and Whltolaw Hold received the com mittees of notification wo are forced to the suspicion that In some way they had received an intimation of the fact before the committee told thorn. How the bocrot leaked out will , porhnps , never be known. IIUNDitKDS ol our very best oltlzons have attended the Manufacturers expo sition the past two evenings and there is roiiKon to believe that If it were kept open the remainder of the week it would have largo crowds nightly , But this evening will be the last opportunity to see this extensive and successful ex hibit , as all the . , ti To between now and July 4 will bo required to put the Coli seum In condition 'for the people's party convention. Ifjjjf Ijjavo not soon the exposition visit livthis evening. Tin : notion of the' ' Rock Island rail road , In reducing the dllTorontlal rate on cattle between Kansas City and South Omaha from ? 20 tSjiJ .50 , will bo n very great benefit to the packing Interests of the latter city. The1 existence of the excessive difToron.tuiVoVas had the effect of practically kooplngi Texas cattle out of the South Omahh market , and its re moval will , it is , c'lutnod ( ] , enable the South Omaha packers to secure all the Texas cattle they can handle during the next three months without having to go to Kansas City for them. The cut made by the Rock Island will have n very favorable Influence upon the packing interests of South Omaha. Poi'UkAU sent Iraont IB undoubtedly in favor of such a celebration of the coming Fourth of July ns will bo mem orable In the history of Omaha. Every . patriotic consideration compels the conclusion that this is the proper thing to do. The way to its accomplishment is simple nnd easy , as TIIK BKK has already pointed out. Lot the city coun cil and the county commissioners join hands with the federal military author- "itles in arranging a celebration , ana the people will cheerfully pustaln them. " There is barely time enough in which to make adequate preparations , and it should bo taken by the forelock. TIIK speech ot Whitelaw Reid upon receiving the formal notice of his nomi nation as the republican candidate for vlco president was sensible , practical and busino3s-liko. It was an utterance fit to stand by the side of that of Presi dent Harrison in accepting his ronoml- nation. Both men fully appreciate the responsibilities placed upon them and are prepared to stand by the principles of tholr party ns they have always done in the past. And 1'ciiiuit 1'olltlcs ? GlobeDemocrat. . Midwinter conventions in tlio democratic parly have pone out of fashion for all tlmo. No .Moi-o Muialilno. C/ifcnwj / JIM ' llcwrd. Ono wild , unearthly sbrlok succeeded by a low , cllr o Ilka slleuco will bo used in tbo Now York Sun olllco as a sisu of Cleveland's nomination. The coda of signals lo indicate other nominations has not yet beau per fected. IMntnul Ailinlriitlan. Chicago Evpntno Post , The locusts tmvinp , destroyed the crops In South Africa the natives are now eating the locusts. There Is a sort of primitive and poetic justice about this , and whan the de vouring grasshopper nattt settles down upon the fair Holds of Kansas the long-sufforiua farmer may profit by the example. \V,3Ary.Kulnod. . PldlaOtlphla Tress. Tbo McKlnloy tariff has brought ruin on this country to theaextont of 253 now estab lishments , with a caint.P of ' 0.017.200 and employing 20,713 hands , wbllo slxty-on o firms have mode expansions requiring $ , 151,800 capital and amploylng 4,015 bands. Prices are no higher tbau before its passage and work is moro ntrmdant. Was legisla tion ever botlor justified'of its fruits ) ' The OoiiHtry' < Jlrl Ton. Of ! ' J WnUiintJfA'Vres.f ( The wild rose 'ls\tho swodtost , the wild strawberry bas the best ilavdr , the rawboned - boned grade cow Is the best milker , rustic the finest there's virtue and beauty is a ex cellence in wild , uncultivated things and beings that you miss In thorn after iho emas culation of culture and civilization. A girl gave us a wild rose Saturday eve , and it out-broathed tlio Jac. and the Marshal. NohriiBlca All Itlglit. Ktliraslta City Pi-cut. It surely bas never occurred to anyone to doubt for a moment that the republican party of Nebraska stands as a unit , honestly confident of tbo wisdom of the renoalnation of Harrison and the nomination of Hold as hl running mate. The Kearney convention settled tbat. There wcro mou from allover ever the state , tUe majority ot whom , it is fair to soy , had held other preferences than Harrison risen two moutbs before that meeting , Dut there was a change , and the poonlo , as well as the attuto loaders , who see into the future 'moro clearly sometimes than tholr follow * , all agreed tnat the man , above all others , who represented the policy and principles of his party , aad tbo ono most likely to win , was Benjamin Harrison. Nebraska then has the fulfillment of Us wish , and the re publican party within it is bound by the cords of a commoa sympatuy to work and vote for Its choice. SUM.UKH Now York Motcury : 01 arn , . It Is n Rood nlun for a porsnn In booloty to try , at lonst , to look wlso. Duliiitiinto True. Hut don't you sometimes llnd It bard to do t > o ? rilosondo matter : "Vostordrty I told HulilUKOlnmyor Unit his club consisted ot blnuklio ulH. and todiiy I hour thut 1 have boon elected nn honorary member ! " Wnslilngton Star : The history ot thu farm ers allhiji''e ' will pimluly onoday bo published as u cereal story. . OSCULATOHV I'lUCTICE. I'Mlailclptiia Itecortl. Ho Rave her billiard lessons ; She was n dainty mui. Shu couldn't nmku a masse shot , Hut quickly learned the Ulss : lloston Transcript : People got so Interested In tlio convention that they will have to road hard for a WOOK to eaten up with the base ball now . Now York Ilocordor : Juao Ins bnaton the < record for cyclones , waterspouts , Moods and general uimudnoss. If It will only apmo the watermelon and poioh orops all will bo for given. Now York Tribune : Flnt Uoundor Why don't you rise uurllur. old immV Second Rounder Well , prlnolimlly because I am ulrnld I would moot myiolf going to bed Philadelphia Itocord : "Is the drum-fish good outliii , pooV" A'.S'O ) Willie , it's very ousy to boat It , " , . A correspondent wVltCK , "Don't tills weather boat li 1 ? " Wedon't lu.ow , never boon there. Ask the Worm-Ilbr.tld , This too too wild , , Ili-ali will molt In a ehort time If the moronry gtjiy In Us present out-of- Hlgllt pUHlllUll. , . -l THAT summit ouir , Ktw York Sdcrcwy. Now doth the busy.giunmor 1(1 rl Improve eton Hhliilnz mlnutu. And mends her liwt , yuar'n landing not To cHteti u huibifid ; In It. ' i'nioct. Koform's the orddf of'Jtho ' day In politics und moral * ! Hut no reform hau < yoi'l ' > eon been I n dumocrutlu quarrel * . No "arouse of KOOSO" nor olive oil Is or wlilnky from the ntlil Hun smooth the way or heal the feud 'Twlxt U rover (1. and Hill. One wears n nUtol In his bolt , Tlio other , 1 believe. Keeps H lailfu sluoU In Ills boot , Aud a razor up his sleeve. When men KO round prepared UUo this , The Unlit will never cea u ; Wo can't expect that men-of-war Will try to lifop tlio peace. The slur-eyed KoJdcs * of the west , Tlio honest , "trutbtul James. " Uomoauul lint-footed with the truth , And oven mentions imiuei ; And say * . If either ot thorn runs No ourthly power can savu Tholr "wulUms throiuh anlaughtarboute , To Und an open gruvo. " I'hlluilolphlu Itocord : Judiro-What I * tlio charge asalnsl the urloonur ? ( Jlork lie killed a man who linked ufm If It was hot enough for him. And the Judpu Instructed thu jury to bring lu u verdict of JustlUable bomleldc. IVJJAT.I o.v jv/rniMJiK.i vin.iTicn. A Van Wyok club has been formed at Lin coln , with ox-Attorney General Lcoso as president. Jnjk MncColl's most intimate frloads In the west assert that ho will not bo a orvndl- aato for governor this year. The Lincoln Bun propounds the conun drum , "Will Mr. Thurston take the vlco presidency In 1890 , or will ho decllnol" Eugene Alooro of Norfolk Is still actively working toscouro tbo republican nomination for state auditor , to succeed Tom Beaton. There U ono loss candidate for the repub lican congressional nomination in tlio Sixth district , Judge Hoist of Sidney has pub lished a card withdrawing from the taco. State politics have boon thrown In the shade by the natloual conventions , but the candidates will push themselves to tbo front pretty soon. Then look out tor regular corn weather In tbo political Hold. This being apparently on editor's year , Ed A. Fry of the Nlobrnra Pioneer has an nounced his candidacy for the republican nomination for the state sonata In his dis trict. Lots Of other editors are giving htm tbolr support. . In ragard to the outcome of tha election In the congressional districts tno Kearney Hub ventures the prediction that success will porch upon the banners of ono democrat , two Independents nnd three republicans if the candidates of the latter party are stronc men aud clean politicians. Although -Tadco Klnlcald has said ho was not in the race for the congressional nomi nation in the Sixth district many of bis staunch friends in Holt aad other counties are still booming him for the placo. There Is a blft Hold of candidates in the district from v/blch to make the choice. Dan M. Nottloton , the "tall sycamore of Soring Hancli1 was defeated for the ropuo- llcan congressional nomination in the Fifth district , but bo will take bis place la the electoral college and help east Nebraska's vote for Harrison aud Hold , Daniel is all right and claims to bo a sbado loss homely than McKolghan. In splto of the bitter opposition of Editor lloldon of Liberty , J. II. Edumton , chair man of the Independent central commlttoo of the Sixth district , says Congressman Kom Is the choice of the people and ho will bo ro- nomlnatcd. Strange as It may seem Edmls- ton says not a single Independent has been hoard from who is aspiring for the nomina tion. The biggest political convention of the month In Nebraska will bo held at Lincoln on the 30th , when the Independents will select their dologates-at-largo to attend the Omaha convcatton. General Vnn Wyck w H have a host of adherents among the delegates - gates who will endeavor to have htm hon ored by being named as Nebraska's choice for tbo presidential nomination. People 'round about the state are bo gin ning to inquire If it isn't tlmo the republi cans and democrats Issued calls for tholr nominating conventions. The republican state central commlttoo will docldo the time and place for holding their convention In a short titna now. The Independents wllll name tholr state ticket ut Koarnav Ancrnst .1. Tbo democrats will not bo noard from until the Chicago contingent recovers its equili brium. Tbo Fremont Flail bas ceased to oxlst as a Flail and In its place bas appeared a demo cratic dally which has ooen christened the News. G. W. Rosa and Tom Hutchlnsoa are conducting the now venture editorially. What will become of C. W. Hyatt , the present editor , Is still a secret , but it's no secret that his "Flaillngs" will bo missed. Ho has made the "shoo piuch" for a number of people and has boon a terror to evildoer * , both political and social. W. A. Poyntor , who has boon nominated for congress by the independents of tbo Third district , gained fame in the last legis lature as president of the sonato. Ho repre sented the Nintb senatorial district , com posed of the counties of Antelope , Doono and Grcoloy. Mr. Poyntor ls a native of Illinois and was born In 1848. Ho oamo to Nebraska in 18T8. Then bo was a republican and at once began the hunt for an ofllco. Dut bo didn't got it. Then , ho bocanio a democrat and in 1884 and 1880 ho was elected to tbo legislature from Boone county by the demo crats. In 1838 bo was nominated for state auditor on the bourbon ticket and wont down with It to defeat. In 1890 bo switched poli tics just In time to secure the nomination for tbo stale senate and ho rode Into olllco on the alliance wave which swept ever tbo state that year. Ho hopes to bo la it again this year and Join McICalgban nnd Kom la the national house of representatives. OFFICIAL REPORT. Showing Minlo by the Commlttoo Wlilch Handled tlio Drill llnnlm-HX. Tbo local executive committee in charpo of the competitive drill has inado public tbo final report of Mr. Hugh G. Clark , who had charge of the gates during tbo drill. The re port shows the total number of admissions and tbo total receipts from that source. The receipts for each day were as follows : Juno 13 S vn.sa Juno U 180.72 Juno 15 iXH.K Juno 10 KH.TJ Juno 17 1UH.OU Juno Irt U14.IXJ Juno 10 M3.75 Juno 20 4IH.M Total W5.472.W . The report was duly audited and declared correct bv a committee consisting of A. L. Kcod , W. E. Clark , Julius Moyer. F. P. Klrkendall , O. Sllloway and \V. J. Ilroatch. Sir. Meyer's estimate- the total number on tbo grounds Wednesday was yesterday mated to bo about 11,000. Tbo ronort hews only 7'I4 : ) paid admissions , of which .V.l ) were on bait tickets. It also shows ! l,71- pald seats in tbo grand stand. Mr. Meyoi stated tbat thousands slipped post tbo gaU keepers without paying or wont over the fences. The total expenses , including prlzm amounted to $ ,000. Top Murk llmirhml. It Is believed that the June risoof tborlvo bas reached Its ebb , Monday a rise of tw < foot was recorded and owners of property 01 the low lauds adjoining the river felt som unoaslnots , Tno water mark remalnei stationary yesterday und tboro 1s no Indlca tloa that It will rlso any higher. $ " WORTH A QUINHA A BOX. r PILLS CURE SICK HEADACHE , Disordered Liver , tic. ' They Act Like Magic on the Vital Organs , Kegulatlng the Secretions , restoring long Ion Complexion , bringing back the Keen I'.dec of Appetite , and arousing with the ROSEBUD OF HEAITH the whole physical energy ol the human frame , Tliesc facts are admitted by thousands , in all classes of Society. Largest Sale In the World. Covered with a TatUleu & Solatia Coating , Of all druggists. Trice 25 cents a Dox. New Yurie Depot , 16 ? Canal Si , IE WILL NOT 'INTERFERE larrison Will Not Attempt to Influence Indiana's Republican Convention. THINKS THE PARTY KNOWS BEST v I'nr n * Ho 1 tloiicornml tlio tloa of tlio Nntlmmt Out nil Commit tee Will Ho l.i' It to It * Own Members. WASUIXQTOX BOIIRAU or Tnr. Hen , ) ' 5111 FOUIITBKNTII SntRnr , > WAsniXdTON' , D. O. , Juno 23. 1 Various ofTorts have been made during tlio past few days to Induce President Harrison to oxprojs himself respecting two Important political questions thn chairmanship of the republican nit Ion al commlttoo nnd the gu bernatorial nomination In his native state. Tbo sumo efforts were nut forth by many of the snrr.o men upon the same subjects four years ago. At that tlmo the president most positively declined to Interfere with the republican - publican managers In the selection of tholr national chairman , doclar'n ' ? that thnir Judgment would bo boiler than that ot anyone ono man and that bo would bo well satisfied with the selection of the national committee. The selection of Senator Quay of Pennsyl vania was not suggested by General Harrison risen or any ono spoaklng for him , ana yet It tirovod to bo thoroughly satisfactory to the candidate. The president Intends to pursue the sumo course at this tlmo that signalized his attitude four yours ngo nnd which re sulted in the exercise of wisdom all around. Ho positively declines to make any request. Ho believes tbat tbo national committee when It assembles hero next Monday for or ganization , will act wisely in Us own light. Ho will bo saltsllod with the result. Ho believes also that tbo republicans of Indiana , when they assemble at Fort Way no nnxt Tuesday to nominate a state ticket , vrlll choose tbo men who will In tholr own Judg ment gain tuo most support of the voters of tlio state. Will Not Interfere In Indiana , Ho will not express a preference for the governorship or nny oilier place on the ticket , neither will bo authorlzo any ono fet him to express the preference nnd there will bo no administration candidate before ttio Fort Wayne convention. It has been reported by ono element thai the president , desired ex- Secretary of the Treasury Huston of lu- uiana to bo chairman of the national com mittee , nnd Governor Chase to bo the gubernatorial nominee. Both statements nro false , la that they ao not express the expressed doslro of the presi dent. The president has the fullest conll- donco In both gentlemen as republicans anil In their strength before th < 3 state and the country. Ho rocognlos in Mr. Huston 'a manager or consummate skill and largo ex perience. Ko has full conlidonco hi him ntid rcsuccts him , yet ho would not ask his designation as chairman of the na tional committee , while ho would nt the same tlmo bo sntislled with his selection If It were tbo wisdom of the national committee. The same may bo said of his allltudo toward Governor Chase , aud yet thin is no moro than the president would say of many others who aspire to those honors. The selection ot a national chairman and a candidate for governor 'u ' tlio president's na tive stale will bo niada without any direction from the white house. President Harrison continues to have an abiding faith In and re spect for the wisdom of the republicans of thn country at largo and tbo stale of Indiana. Conjrofi Will Ailjourii Moon. There was much said about tbo capital today ropardlngtboadjournmontof congress. The house bas passed all of the minor appro priation bills , having completed in committee - too of tbo wholotho general dollcloucy today. Tbo senate , however , bas yet in hand six or seven of thotn , and the river and harbor bill is in confcronco. When the two bouses are of different politi cal complexions ns ut present , thcra is most delay on general appropriations when they go to conference committees and the meas ures coma up lor discussion on points of dif ference in the senate and house. Thus there may bo much ueluy yet , Tbo two bodies are far apart upon many Important questions. It does look now as though nn adjournment may bo reached within four weeks or thu end of the present month , which would bo somewhat In advance of the customary data , especially in a presidential year. The secretary of war has , upon the sug gestion of Senator Mandorson , changed the place for holding the cavalry drill for the Department of the Platte from Hochoitor to Bcllovue. The assistant secretary has dismissed tha second contest In the land case of Samuel N orris against Fran I : Finorty ot al , from Mitchell , S. D. Tha comptroller's certificate authorizing the folio wine national banks to begin busi ness was Issued today : The First National bank of Nora Springs , la , , capital K > 0,000 ; president , Louis li. 1'ihn ; cashlor , Herman i'Scnnobler. . Assistant Sccrotary Chandler today af firmed the decision in tbo contests of H. H. Carter against H. It Bauer , Irom North Platte , and Allen Koot , from O'Neill , the latter against Hoot and the former against Bakor. Mrs , George Banger , accompanied b ; her daughter-in-law , Mrs. Byron A. Uhapln , loft yesterday morning for .Laporto , la , , where they will spend the summer. Kmma A. Noilmrdt was today appointed postmaster nt Huby , Sqwanl county , Neb. , vice H , K. SunUerlsnd , removed , nnd A. M. Downnr at Yanktown , Adorns cpunty , la. , vlco Spaytown , resigned. P. S. 11. co.NiitissiNAi. : ) Introduction ofu llciolntiou In tlio Sonata to Hctnllnto nn < ! nimiln > WASHINGTON- , C , , Juno 23. The house , after agreeing to moot nt 12 o'clock and passIng - Ing senate bill extending to the port of St. Augustlno , Fin. , the provisions of the act for the Immoillato transportation of dutiable eoods , wont Into the committee ot the whole on the general dcllcloncy bill. in the scnato the bill extending the tlnifc for completion of the brldiro across the Mis souri rtvor at Omaha throe years WAS t > ased The postofllco and pension hills were reported ported anil placed on the calendar. Confer ence report on the military bill was pre sented and agreed to. The sonata also passed n bill subjecting ta the hoiuojtottd law the public lands undis posed of within the Fort Fottorman hay res ervation and wood reserve In Wyoming. Senator Davis , according to the rccoui mendnltons of the president's message of Monday , introduced a resolution proposing retaliation on Canada for discriminating against American vessels passing through Canadian canals. JMA.UO'.S / , ! * IX U.l.VMK/t. The Dictator In Hiding , but Ho Will ! ! Ivillmt If Untight , \CapjirlvMtJ \ tuttin Jmw WonlJit lltnn'U.\ \ P.VXVMV ( via Unlvoston , Tox. ) , Juno 83. [ By Mexican Cabla to the Now York Herald Special to Tin : BKII.JAdvices from Caracas , Venezuela , dated Juno 10 , have been received hero , Tnoy utato that Dictator Palaclo had not yet succeeded In oicaplng from the capital , although ho hitd been ex iled. Ho had tried , but failnd to roach the seaboard , and was still in hiding , where it was not known , although It was pretty certain ho was not in nny of the legations. Congress had de nounced him , and his partisans were unable to succor him. It was expected that ho would bo killed If caught. Argentine .Vlnilr * . V.u.i-Aiuiso. Chill ( via Galveston Tex. ) , Juno S3. Tlio Herald correspondent at Buenos Ayres telegraphs that word has boon received there from Yngaron that General Castllho , before taking olllco , llgurod In a street fight ivlth would- ba rovoltors , many of whom were wounded. Baron Itagnl had refused to act. Ho Is hostile to the foreign govern ment. Uruguay has signed a treaty of commerce and negotiations with Germany. The llnnnciul crisis at Montevideo has prevented - vented the Bank Hipottcorlo from paying its coupons. The Argentina senate was presided over jostorday by Ho7.no Saenz Pena , the son of the president-elect. Extensive defalcations , extending over a number of years , have been unearthed. llrlgiiiiiliigu In Chill. The Chilian government is alarmed over the Increase of brigandngo. The minister ot justice has hold a confcronco with the cabinet on the subject with a view to expedite moans for suppressing the highway men. Several members of the House of Deputies intend bringing the matter before congress mid Introduce a bill to suspend the present law so as to bring about immediate trial of all offenders ar rested. Kgnii Iliis Tiilcoii Nil Action. Nothing has boon definitely presented nt Santiago by Minister ICcan In Uio Baltimore claims , although In an interview with Minis ter Krruzuiz Air. Egnn said that ho hoped the matter would bo settled at nn narly data. Consul McCrosry announces his Intention of leaving Chili July 18. The Valparaiso papers - pors say tbat the honor ot the United States Is involved if wo do not clear up the aspersions nnd charges made against our consul and tnlnhtor Jewell. From Frying 1'iin to t'lro , SPOKANE , Wash. , Juno23. Fresh ivasbouts have still furtbor delayed through trafllcovcr the Northern Pncillo. The trouble I * at the scone of the original washouts in Hell Gate valley in Montana. Great drifts of logs nnd timber had obstructed Hell Gate rtvor ut va rious points and formed temporary Inlcos and pools. " An clTort to blast this out with dyna- inlto was only too successful , for tbo impris oned watcrgathoring fresh volume and force as the logs were released , swept all before fore it , wrecking the railroad lor twenty miles more. 1'nttHvlllu'n Diini ICundy to liiuak. PoTThViLUJ , Pa. , Juno 33. The danger | to the entire breast of tbo immense leaking reservoir of the Pottsvillo Water company has increased. Kx perls f ran lily confess they cannot understand how the bank Is holding together. The people In the valley spent the night In the hills and they are still thoro. There is tallc of doing away with the sus pense by blowing up the dam with dynamite. The Heading railroad bas suspended tralllo In the threatened valley. Wniit to ICnorgnnlzo. All members ot the Omaha Republican club and the Omaha Night Hawks of ' 80 are requested to meat at 1505 D'arnam street , up stairs , on Friday. Juno 24 , at 8 p , in. to roor- ganlzo for tbo fall campaign , A hclllHli .Mini , CfricfnmiK Commerelal-daztUe , It was Mr. Tlldon who discovered aud brought out Graver Cleveland , nnd It was ho who subsequently de'clarod Grovcr to bo thf- most fcolilsh politician In the United Stales. & CO. Larscst Manufacturer ! ) and ItoUllori . of Ulothmg In the West. ' V Our Own " ' ' .y Special Wire Is working fine and we are bullet ining the very latest democratic convention news in our windows. 1 We are also selling lots of boys' long pant suits and children's 2 and 3 piece suits at % off reg ular prices , which were from $2.50 to $20. .We take % off these former prices and you get an awfully low priced suit. All our own make , guaranteed to be the best in the world. Browning , King & Co v From now till July . . ,4our More will bo . open . | < ! \V till 1U 1 u < " uvory duy till 8 p. in. Saturdays p. m.