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, 4 TIlE Ol\lA.II.A DAILY nEE : WEDN1SDAY. , JANUARY 9 ) , 1RflI. .
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. : Trig OMAHA DAIlY DEE
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G. 11OHWAT1I1 . Jdllor.
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rum.umBD G\'ImY lfOnNING.
. TEtt1\lS ot SUHSCflIPTION.
Ialv flo ( Wllhoul Sundny ) . One ye\ : . . . . S 8 0
Daily J o nnll suntG ) ' . One Year . . . . . . 100
. . . . , . . . . . . . . . . .
: Six Monlhl . . . . . . \ . . . . . . . . . . 6 o
Thre" Monl' ! " . . . . / . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
SundRY flee. Ono Year . . 2 0' )
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Rllr.lay ! 1ee. OM Year , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 ;
. WeeklY flet- , One 1001. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
O J.ICIS. :
w Omal11 , Th" n" . Iluliding.
south Omah" ) Slnl"r lullln 1Ik. . Cor. N end 21h 8(1. (
l . Council fluTu . I : Pearl street .
, Chlmlo Oflico . 217 Chamber ot Commerce.
' . "ow York . noom 1. H end 15. Tribune IJldg. I
VeiiIngton ) , H07 I. ' SlroH ; N . " ' .
t COflIUSPONUINCF. : I ,
All communlcalonl ( t.lalnl 10 n"\I ' ane odl.
, tOlal matter hould b. luhre.sed : 'ro lho 1 : < llor.
JtSINJSS I.ITTlmS.
'
Al IJ"lne , s lelerl nnd romltances houl he
IdI ' "ed 10 The Bee I'ubIIIiItu cOmtThnY
' Omnlui. nr"U. ch.cka em ) Pub\ahlli loalol0 ordcr to
ant
f . Jo mode psynbI 10 tti . order ot lie comp"ny.
11 _ - T11I I _ HEr _ ; _ 1'UIi1.SIINQ ( I COMtVNY.
STATflMT ( - OF - l uL TJ :
L O.orgo It. TZlehuek. accrclary ot The lice I'Ub
' 18hlnl cOIInn ) ' . being duly evorn . PI ) ' th"l
Ic. the acllll number , ot full nnll complPe cple
- ot th . D,11y Mcrntng. I\cnlnl rul : and [ suntily ( tee
I rlnlll dUllrg the month ot Novenitet 1Il. wnl
u :
tolows
I. . . . . . . . . 2.8e9 16. . . . . . . . . 2):1 )
2 . . . . . . . . . . 2I,7 1. . . . . . . . 21 ,
? 2. . . . 21.2L Is . . . fl . 1 , )
. . . . 18. . . . 2.Id
4 . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2 , : . 19 . . . . . . . . . . . 21.4H
- 6. . . . . . . . . 21.37 , 1. ) . . . . . . . . . 21.C12
6. ; . . . . . . . . . 21.fl3 2t. . . . . . . . . 211.1:0
k 1. . . . . . . . . 34,2rl 21.13 22 . . . . . . . . . . 21.111
's R. . . . . . . . . 28. 5' 23. . . . . . . . ' .2I
- . 9. . . . . . . . . . & : 21 . . . . . . . . . . 211.393
10. . . . . 1.408 21. . . . . . . . 2l,9)
. . . . 2i. . !
, I. . . . . . . . . . ' \4 O ( 26. . . . . . . . . . 2121
t 12. . . . . . . . . _ J. .u7 7 27. . . . . . . . . 2,0G (
13 . . . . . . . . . 21.0)1 28. . . . . . . . . 1.S
p , 1. . . . . . . . . 20,63 ; , 2 . . . . . . . . . 2)020 )
1. . . . . . . . . . 20.5 O : . . . . . . . . . . 19.933
' . . Tot ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CDGI
L " ( tcdImcUonl Car un old aW
; , ( deductons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . relUrntt . . . . . 1.253
; ' Tolnl roki . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , .e 1.373
: Daily n\'erngo net circimintirm . . . . . . . . . . 2161
mOT01 n. ' 7fCI UCK.
. Oworn t [ heCoro me nl11 ttecilbed * In my prcs ,
-r men thU 21 day ot Te-emher. 1591
- , , ( en1. ) tny l. V. F111. . Notary l'ubtC. (
t
; lleIIH'I' ) of 111' IIW BOlll of 1'II1Cfl- ; (
tol' II\st ) ( I he I ) I extt'I'III I ' Ilxls ( ) to 110
Illh I wOI'k.
j- : . \ti II : ' he sUre thnt SelnlO'lel
Inw l'I'I'h'eR RIIllnlllultol whele\'ur
he lilei ( In the Iwnnle Iuslnl'anl.
I I'ellins : to he sell how 111O'R
f , n 1lLIf.II(1rt'l1 { 'IICIS ( e1ldur4'1I1tl1t wi
hl'lnl ) to thl' nsslstlce of the fllttI
: Clr'elCr 1)111.
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' [ he i L1I ml lock ] hecllw I ) 1IIIe I I flshlon- :
able ' ' ' ' IIttt IV ' hdIes dm'-
IIIHIJ l'II'I'lltath'I' ; hllcs -
7 lug 1811 ' ) I , Ild Ihe flMhlol ) ( ) seels 10 he
llel'slsllj 1110 18 ! :
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or ' the raIIrott1s of NebrtsIu
cotlre rll'olHls lhrIRIn :
wi . IUHt fiI 0\1'1 ole ) . HlothL'I' 11 their
; . Iusle to bud SllllOt.t ) 10 the bill 1)0'
Ilhlhl the t Issuc of fl'ce IIRsesl !
- ' 'nl Helll IUSt fell gi'ettly : relIeved
to Iln his frh'nlls RO lhllr take lie
work of cOlsh'ucll/ cOllnllees of
the I\Xt hOlise of leIH'eHcnlal\s olr his
htnittis.
Should coiigres gt to il1ve4tig8tiI1g
: the fellll'nl JU(1i(1lry ( ( In ealest : some of
r the glulitor of IIRulell lrl ' lur he
. Ifcd front Inure tmu ole of our United
StOICS jttlges. (
jUlllS.
' , L'hose 111g114)8Ck chalrl have finally
I& _ gotten Inlo the II'oceclllgs ) of theholse ,
but for the It'CSCIIt ) ute tesln on the
tlhlc. Yet , alhllugh tabled , they still
! occnllr tile Iioor. '
: I ( UI ( 0' II'g of the e numerous
theatC' which we have heel building
, oil pale' ) (1111111g the hINt few wecl1 does
, not IJII'lulze : In tulle for the opening
; . of tile next theatrical Henson we shul
miss '
our gUeSH :
t
In thc lower house of the Nebraska
legislature there . Is only 0) ) Jones and
no Smith. Bolt then there are two
' Ihl'll. two , lohlslons , two Sutons ull
, : two /Ittks. Every one 'lust ndmlt
; thut this Is I yl ' fair showing of legislative -
: lath'c Iwhll.
. Tile A011 a 11 silver coins of the
Unlell States ought by nU mcnns to le
mudo legal lenter In the state of Nc-
ll'II'I ; Until IL bill for that 11111011
: ' shl1 ha\o been enacted NIlraslm will
scarcely ' le able to consider herself : us
L being In the 1111101)
k IN Ihum an .thhll lit thc rules of the
polcc Ind lire commissIon to prc\cnt
r colored mun fl'OI lIlIlyhlIg ) ) fOI' positons
t _ In tile 11'1 dela'llent : 111 talhll cx-
. Imlnutons the fame Ul while mcn ? I
J _ - _ there II It should eertniiily he clmlnntul1
But WI ll\'c heard of no such color
i . diSCt'IIltiLllltIOU.
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H
: Of ( 'onlm the SOlth Omahl olcials
who hn\'o been conncell ! wih the
gllnhlt'I' ) ! ' dunaton Ilal'I ) meter to
0 tI investigated hy Ihch' friends. A
: ' friendly In\'stlalol IH uSlul ' 80mo-
thing like a fl'ICllyoxlng mntch-It
- ' Is agreed In llh'mlce that neither PartY
Ihul get Illl
. 1'he barbat'ths ) POlt AI'lhU' IUSSUC'O
, by .1UIUHtRU ) Iroolls hus * alnln , IHen Con-
: : 11'led. . . . . 'j'ho : ' . . . I'WH . .L . ojII'les vlllent3
' 0" ' . 11 Ileit IIU\ tilOI'WII IleOllo
: ItlblI'II ) ) ' I Ine . 10 heh'\'u the first
rCllort ) of II I I h'IIII'S t , Wo nil believe
'It olt hl'I' . ( ( ' . I.'mlhel' . coitlii'iinttot'y ' . m.
Ilol"s ) nt hI ) dlsllnsell ( wih.
'c 'lIio helm Wit \ 11'olcious ( nhonl
, nllolJhl1 ( t'il ny 01 : Iollnr ( Out of 1'0'
' slecl to tilt ) 1\11' ) ' of I Il'celscl (
: nwmhN' 1111 ( Itt 11' ( Hlln tmu to enable
1 the ( iUllhOCl'1t(4 ( 10 . built hnl'lony In tilt
' l'oC'ISl'S of I party enuchis. 'l'ho l'nlens ,
. I Is to he tinted , did not 111JII'n out of
lslHet tu tile IlelUory of the l'CClscd
It'llbel' .
'l'hel't at . o still over ele\'en 11101
' nel'us of Viennt. go'eri)1ne11t luiids In
. \uenu\ gO\'nlwnt Illuls II
NeIrilk4htt. I I tht'sO lanls ( Wl'I'O.
ll'ldl'd 10 I ) the state for tilt CS-
. : ' tnlilshl\lt of I s > 'slcl of 1'1.
' llol ) Obh8skflVtlUitt . have 10 iiti1.
ell II HCt'tIliLlg IR Ilch . ( 'llllal 1 : Is
fl'elCti In hllllng . tilt : .ll rclol Intlcl'
cu
I 1\1 tol.
- 'I'lwro Ilr he 10 lii- 10 ibid exee-
% . . rotary AUcn l''slllthlu ( ) ) for thu ' safe
, - - la't'llln ) ot' tue IeIlatlvc i
(
, tf 110 11e1 llth'o fU1111 uJI
lulllllel ) wlldl hI IIU'eIHll two ) ( ' :
: age , ll' Is Ihl'I'O nn ) ' 81ntltu nllhol II'
such 1I\'I'hIHCt ( \ ) ' hi I. ' 11" ( let that
lie 111110 SHell JHu'chnsli hO\\'o\'ur , 1m. )
l\lel a moml l'eslloISIIII ) ) ' l1on hil (
Jllt : to see that the II'OIH'I ( ' of tilt
sUllu Ii IWOtOCtCI ( against theft . It Is
high t 110 tlu t the klslat lIre . delnu
luch 1''Sllullllll ( ) ' I ) Ilw In OldUt ' thnt t
tbo StItttl ) I11I' ilOtbe biehIllIdiiy
ttntl ia , lut 10lcnllnUr
mulClct ont Ut $20,000 to $3,000 ( ) for
.
' .le rsllth'c IU1'1)le5
\
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1IE.Ians . A IWA P.
There Is I cilmc1llnhle ) rlsposlton on
tile pnrt of the legislature ] to lush
throllh the relef Ils for droulh sUf- .
fl'I'I'IR iS Illll ( ) ' lS 1)OSSil)1e. There . Is I
Jt''c danger , howu\cr. hint the relief
his ) wi ollcn tile ( leer for I'cldesi
1lllcll'rllJ nlil II\'c tile way for RIeI -
tlltO's Inll ( J011 ) ( ! ' shlrl s who are on
the alert for chnlcc ! to In their own
IHII.otS ( ( 1111 ( loot thc state t'castr ' .
'I'he Il'gl i I lllle I fh 01 Il I lear In I Ih\l I
thn t he hole mlllo In the treasury 1'Y '
thc :108hll' . ( hunk : SWhI11' ) . nlOtltl .
10 a Iltl.te' ( of IL 11101. I ! not likely
tu hu 111'11 tlhll the it'esrult ) 'nl If
e\'II' ( . .lttst Iow Ilch ! llle IIIW > ' hns
hell I ) ( In LIII ( ' (1 ( OIl t h 1 )3 ) ' thc t ( trIIRIL'I' (1 II thug " -
hug the 1111t , two .YNtl'(4 nlohj country I I
hnls Ihnt lIre 10t In eOllltol nt tills
tll ( 10 iuuY Ill ) Is 101 Imowl , hut WI'
1IIIw hol Iii 18fcllhl ! thnl thc sllt
h'IISII ' never wns In such bath : shnlI
II It Is nl tIlls houl' .
'I 10 dlw : 1 (10,000 ( 01 101'e OIl t of , lilly
fit II ti thn\ I I III I , ' lIe a\'nllhll' I . III ( I cOlllle )
Ihls I I i nlllH'oll'lllon , ) ! wlh i t a I ) ' ( ) iso hot t
nil Vllrl'1hitti4 IllWI ( 111 ( nut Imll nl
sl/hl hr Ihe tl'eISI'Cl Hhnn 11mIn ( I 1'1"
( st from dlll nlll ( he 11llsled ( Iii the
school fllil lS ( SI Illh l'ash , SeCIH 10
IHI au cxl'a hnz'llols lXlwlmllt ) , I
Is Coil fCH8cclr Ulcolst m I ( I tu t 10111 1 , llI t ,
wh'll 1111 ( oiJee ( loll , Ihm'c Is a wllc
tl' ( 11 for iva rIo II t I irokersVilo a ic
s I I I I ii g tl t I tl h'lnl'l' 1011' > ' Oi'ouchel's I
01' lnllN ) before . \vat'ratlt hH heel
dl WI.
'l'hc IH'olloHlon to nut llorIe 11 ( ll'
ImlclI ( issue of 'oUII ' bonds . Ild var-
IltS for relief lh1I'lOSCs ) , nlil aulhO'lz- (
lug lIe t 111'chlse ) or ni HICh e\llllces (
of debt wll tOII ? ' hllolglng to the
111'n,1ell ) Hchoul rUII. nffO'111 11 oi'
10'lullr ) for SChlIWR 1111 ( dO\I'lght (
swIndles thOU wOlld sCllllnlze : ( the
state nlil mh ) Its ( hllh'I'1 or the patri-
mOI ' S\'I'olllell ( hr the ( illInois of
01' ) cOlstlulol wil slflglnlds which
shnuhl lot he set flsi(1t ( ( .
'Iiiere Is It IH'I'SI'lt 10 lImitatIon to
the ISHIW of cOllty boiids . so long us
the aggregate Ileht does not excecil 10
vel celt of the IssessedIUltol. : ? :
Slllllose tilt ) board of cotliuty 1 SIIII"IHO'S )
0' c0l111SI01tI'S II 11 ' uf tw lew
counties Hholll enter 1110 ( II ( ' o1)slIi'acy )
wlh specllalO's ) 1111 ( IHl'e tile hS5CS5-
telt this siiu'ing Illsell 10 hm times
thc netlnl value , whli Is to hhllm' the
Issle uf tholsalds of 1011's of hOllls
for relief IJI11ses" ) . ( hId whlt Is thcI'e
10 IH'olect the school fain ! fem being
hl'esled Ilto honds ) that are IlloSt
(41)1'O le\'et' to IJ lelleclod ( 111 : ( 01
which Interest Is sure tOle defauled ?
There ire hrcllI's : ahead which hode )
10 good to the state Illess the legisia- ]
tore SU'0111s every scheme of relief
with ( Ill the sufelullls ( lhat cln he de-
.
\ ISU1
1. The . $100,000 dOlnton out of the
general ftuhtl . If dIstributed In 10Ie '
Ilur Cl1111 or per flml ' of destitute
PeOPle , wouIl not 10 very far. I cer-
tautly ! could not exceed $ : ,00 for any
single county. Tile safe : and rational
WiY of disposing of this fund would
be to expend It for seed grain lJI'chased
l ' IL cotmls lun of lun of Imown lu-
tegrlt Ind g'en ! or'lls1rlluUon . on the
ratio of nCI'elle uuider e H\ulol last
'elt' . The cUC'elc ' . relief Hhonlle
nuthollzell by counties Ill also Imle
at 11101011. the ratIo of estmnted testtle VOlm-
2. The volume of bonded debt '
\ollte hOlled de\t or war-
rants toe Issue by any county for
relief 31)01)1(1 be lhnlteL Tile basis for
such debt should ba the assessment for
18 3-1 and votes cast I t the elections
of 1892-3 , wIth 1 comlmtalon ns to
pOlJlalon on the rate of five In onc-
hulf pm'Rons to each voter. There are
10 10r people In the 'drouth-strlclwn
counties today . than thel' were In 18D2
or 18D3. Quite the contrary there las
been I mlterlnl decrease since the
drouth ot last scnson. .
Unless the legislature VI aces stringent
Imlllons on the IH'ol10set relef debt
every dollar of our permanent school
fund will \e dl'wn out of the treasury
( hIlt wc w1 hot get It hack lu 10 years
unless It Is' le1laccd by direct taxatIon ,
( lS the cousttnton requires to he 10uo
In case of defnlc1lon or losses thlouh
lillY other cnusu.
COLon.WO's N/1V GOJm'OL.
The Ileople ) of Colorado are to he con-
Il'ululnted u10n [ tie accession of I clear-
iwIttied eOnSITat\o governor. Colorado
hilts hld u mther RO'm'o experience ( liur-
11g tIle 1111l ) rell' 01 two nnd the tusti-
mOI ; of mUIY of hcl best citizens his i
heel ) that Silt has suffered quite lS
mueh ( rein the antics of the explosive I
and lattiCii'llilleIYalte 11 from nny
other calise' . At any rate , the yerdlct
of tile voters last Novelbm' showed
mOlt cOlclts'uly . thlt they hat ( hud
enolgh ( of the sort of polItics of which
the eX'loym'nol' Is ni exl)0110ult.
, _ _ The u , . _ . , lew . IO\'orllH Is " In hue wlh tile
I ! WIUrU IWlal I I ( lo. LC ( 1 IICI tug 1)lle I ) IX-
I)1l111111h(5. ( ) 'I'hll ill n mutcr which
every sinle executive ! this 'ea' has ear-
IWlly 81ught to 1111'IIS ) upon the lell ! .
In 1mI 111 It Is one which western lu-
1i1' Ill'S esplcnly ) should gIve 10st
8m'loll Ill'nlol t I to. I Is hnrdly I1OCPS-
Hal' ' to sn , } thnt slh'O' receives cousiler-
ntol II tilt Inaugural 11lh't'sl of GO\-
el'nOI' : : i oh utyre. No Imhle 111 In
Colorado wOll1 ntsf ' II0lllnr ) expecta-
ton 01' I'eluln II0IIIU' ) cOllllunce who
, tlll 10t IIIH'O\C' every opportunity to
say sonwlhllg In behalf of the whie
Illetull. 'j11 1J' : O\'I I'I0' of lhnt state
\1'le\'cs , In comlon wi I 11 Its other
cltzel ! , Ihnt Iho OlO . tiling IWceSSII' ? ) '
10 restore iIlsi1CVitY to tluc Cotiii-
. IH'OSIII'I lie COl I.
try Is the rehiablhita lon of slIver
and its free luIl ullllut colnngo ,
I t the ex1811 legal 111110. YI' ' lIkely
tile goverulor Is CO'I'oet II sl'llg Ihal
thl ( I'eslomtun of sliver wltll ! Illnco ) (
the 11'01,1t , of Colorado In nn en\lnhlo
Positloit. } , 'Q' I time , at lruI ; , It would
II'ohlllr ) do Ihls. hllaccollln ) to trust-
worth ' IllOrllltt toil the SIIVOV
) Inforlatun : slh'I' mlnlnc
Inton'/ls or Ihnt slnlo ltt'O doIng fairly
wcl 110w , WIllie the ( Incl'cIRell ? lirodue-
( Ion of gold must hl'lnl lu the state
lHII'lr Ul Ilch 11010 1lom Illllg us
It ( formerly received . whel . silver VaS
WOl'Ih ao 01' .10 cents
CUl nll.t an 01110
than It Ii at 11sell. Hut howtrcl' tills
Iny he ) , Cololdo Will hl't 10 \0 I ol ,
tt'llt wih existing condltols lJII'tlll
silver ( Ul' 8010 ) tulle 10 COle , So 1nr - i
as { ' : llo Hel'l ) , the hil'ttSPeCt of the whie I
Illnl UCCII''II ' ! U larger Illlco lu the
- ot the world than It
clncucr WOI'11 DOW does
-
Is not brightening. 'Xh ro Is 10 inlica-
lon that luropenui countries are nny I
more favorably ( lIspose(1 ( to\lrll slh'crI
than they have lcen for I Illlcr of
years , nld ( In tills eOlllr ' tile slll'
porters . of Ihc policy of free sliver COll'
ngu are not IR nllelOlf ns I few years
ago. Still I Is 10t to 111 expected thaI
Colorado wi cease nlaln for thc
Ilulltol of III lllc ' , whnlm'er mlls'
\0 of llrolllrt ) ' she mnr n tall wih.
oUt It _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
, NO' " JNXIIJS ( 1"UI LZIIIT.
, COllellhl Cllorlnly upon ' time Ileti.
lon I I'ccl'nl ' tiled for nn' aPpeal flOI
the tllslon ( lu the ? I'hrnfln maxim 1m
rule Clfe : , tile Chlcllo 'l'rIJlc tlnrl II
II clcfllhle ( ) thnt the HIIl'ele ) ) ( ' OtuVt
sholill settle tile flciton Im'ol'ell If It
cnl , hCCIISl ( It wOllI ( Hlllllf ) > ' mnterl
I'III : ' nl1 ullllc Ileoille ) Inle"
( 'ftell II ) rUrolbt : ( 10 IWuw just
whel'e . they Stllll(1. ' } $ o far , ' we
arc told , , JII o Brewer has leclded
nolhln 1 I . ' 10 Illuto Ilell 1 I t I ' , " \ \ ' Ii lIe
demo In his mlli ( tlIhu rates of tile
Ilw WCI'I too ) low , tile judge Itll1tCl
ills Ilnhll . to decile ( ( whnt wOlld'le
just . Inll l'UIROlnhle ) onei , heClule hc
was not Sl'e whnl II t hnsll slWll1 ( ( he
on whIch 10 Pfthll1 { tIlti ) ) . lie faw
HOIO ohjl'rlols 10 Illdl ns the lasls
whlt It w0111 ( cost to 111111cnto a rOIl :
111 Ilsu SculL' 10 nSltlll lInt ( the face
\'uhl ! of stocks auld hOlll ) ( ! ( tIle cost of
{ )1l5t met Ion uf a raIl roud : l'xl'It'n lltr
III sl lOll 1(1 ( hu 1 t 11 ke ii. 'l'llrefol'c ' ho I
delhlll ( lolhll I I I ! "
'I'he ( Ilfel'elce which the 'l'riititte ,
Il'/WR hi 11"lu Inluml ; fur nlr one who
Is IIulIlcillllhilteivithl ( ( tile l'hnlcl'l : of
the t mCI who ha\e hlen Illililulging N-
iit flsiL hthlrtls. : ' ' It Vm'Ollltl
hlslm InlhOIIH. ( ) ( OI'lllnrl wOlld
he . cOltlllnt ' cXllectcl1 ) that II uch a
eISL' the I 111'0:11 : OWIWI'S 111 q lclnls .
wo111 he 101'C Ihln noxious to ht\.u
he Issue ( Ietei'uulilled ily I { U\t ( of last
resort. A solutol of the \'xl'l II'h-
lem wOllI tel Ihl'l l'xall > ' how far
they rail go 111 111'lsl'I > ' to what ex-
11'11 they lre sUhjccl ) 10 legislatIve rcgl'
In thou. I I WOIt ] nlso Ilr011 turin Ul'OI '
what haiis ) rcasonahle mtlS are to be
101111'I1 ( I Inll ' settled I wOllt do
aWIY With a hone ) ) If ( . cOIII'nton of
whlcl tile . rnll'oalls have bl'CI long ald :
eOlslul t compll ) ilIIulg.
But the rn 110\ls : conCII'nell II tile
NOlI'IISkIL ) InxllUI mte dccislol seum
10 \u Inlut'slell just thc other way.
AIIllll'ltr ) ) tlr ( to ( not wlnl the ( ihles-
ton of rcasonable : ) rates : elllll at all.
' .I'htey seem to he'Ilerfecl ) ' fatslcd ( ( to
ielIlitiIlVileie the ' now I'C all to usc
the decsion of Judge Brewer 10 fms-
Imte . all state regulaton of rates . what-
c\cr. An allpcil : to a hlghel court subjects -
jects them to the liability of having
that decision reversed. For this rcason
tile railroad lohbr ) ) 1111eal's tn . have heen
re-e5tflhihislled In tile \Icnl of the leg-
Islnture at LIncoln to ' ' lie ( '
IH'I'ent nlllH'O'
Iwla ton of the money necessary to dc-
fray the legItImate eXllnses of an up-
11cal by the attorneys for the slate. 'ro
head off the nppcal ) In this war Is their
II'esont ) game. I they cun succeel In
this ther wIll be wIllIng to leave the
question of rcasonnhle rateS In the dark ,
legll ' , for un Inllelnlte time to come.
CUSTOMS DUTmS IN GOfD
Representative "ralwr of : Iasslchu-
scts Intends to offer an flhleulduhlent to
the currency bill un econsll mton In
the house providing that one.hal of the
customs duties shall he paid In gold or
legal tender nolcs. The object of this Is
to better enable the treasury to maiu-
tnln the gold reserve. Formerly It wns
requIred thut all custols duties be paId
In gold , hut now the ' can . he paid iIiuiiy :
fOI'm of currency except national banl
notes ' .l reslit Is that very Ito gold
finds Its way Into the treasury fml this
source nud the expediency or changing
this his been urged hy ex.Secrclmy
Boutwcl and others us un effctive
lealS of helping the treasury to keep
hip the gold I'csel'\'e. There does not ap-
pear to ho ally val objectIon to the
proposition. The requirement that GO
per cent O" even n larger proportIon of
the dntes ( ( from customs shah he Illl )
11 gold wOlld ( not ho a { lscl'lmlnaton
agnilist other forms ot iioiiey that wou :
l1pllr theIr stuuuutliiig. The sOlndness
of all the currency rests upon the gold :
I'csm'c , Ind us long us thIs Is iuiain-
Inilellnt ( lie ( ulount dccmell to be safe
Ihe . cI'ellt of no other form of CI'I'I'IC '
wsuIer. . I Is only when this basis
of Hccmly Is seriously reduced ( that Ihe
stnIlng of the IJpm' uiioiiey of thc go\
elmcnt Is In 11Ulm' .
Uldm' IJ'esent cOIltons It Is inauli-
festly ImpossIble to malntnln the '
festy 11110S81110 I'C-
8cl..e. onm by frequent Issuls of honlls.
It 18 only n 1110 o\.c. U mouth shire the
h'cusury Illd was BuIlt tp IW 1)orrolv-
Ing Inll It Is nlnln I'educell to about
$80,00,00 wih the certalnt ; of being
still further dlpltloll ( 'I'he shllHlents
for ( foreign Icconnt are hCI'r and It Is
reported thlt fOloln hnnlwl'N Ihlnl. t I tilt
outwl'll mO\'ellll ( w\ hc lIIIoIlCI for
liOiltil(4. 'l'ho ( gold thIns culell for wi
ho dl'own largely , If not whol > ' . ( rein
tile trelsur ' , for . the hllln ; show no
dlsvoslUon to 111.t With their gold for
OXiOrt. ) 'i'ilere II Iroll1)ly ) ) : not Icss Ihan
HOOOOOo , ) In gold hlll by the hUIIs of
Ncw Yorl City lnt they Seoul dulm'
milerl 10 hung on to it regardless ! of
tile ( IlihielIlt . . los 11\1 ( . { ! lhll'ISSmclts of
Iht t1e11(4111Y or the menace 10 the credit
of the jo\'crnlent from I tluclnlnl gold
reserve.YhleIl . geld Is tcmalled for
export Ihlso hanls ) SIIIIly ) the ( 'xpol'lel'l
with currency to0 cxchnlgml lIt the
StuitreIlI4iury ) for gold ( , Inl ( this ) locess , .
whleh hns 1111 going 01 for lie t vast
yem' and I half , Is very likely to he
cOIIIIII1 ) ) ( " ' 111 cusloms ) ) duties l'e 10
\1 1)111(1 ) It Is 1180 tIle 1I'IWll'O of the
halls 10 furnish the IU101'llr8 wih
olhl'I' ( 10IU ' Ihnn gold 0' legal teuider
ulotes. 'l'hll practIce woull he slopped
If fO pl' cent of tile tlules ( was lalt
II1hle In gold or legal I Imll ( ! loleH ,
which ) Iii ctTed 1'0 tilt same , 1111 lie (
h'CISII'y woull hI nssul'cl lilt 1 I lu11
gold l1come fl'om this source of about
$10,000,00. ( I mIght ho al1'IRlhlo to
Illm tIle II'Ollol'lun ) of duties 10 ho 1111
Lit ; ell larger thun HeI'csInlnth'o )
Walcr II'ollses ) , but even Ihnt WoUld
1IIIIuslolnhJr ( ho I'el' ) ' great help 10
I the tllSI' ' . 'fhe Ilrol'osnl ' to retire owl'
tlcl'l tIle Ullcd States legal telllel'
10tes Is 10t n l111lnl OlO nld Homo
( ItWI' luau wi have 100 adopted for
protecting and maintaining the rC8en'c
- . . . -
That of requiring I percentage of the
Ihllc . not thltll ( oi)0-llfllf , to he 1nll
Ill gold Is Ilr" lllhle , 111 ( It Is helc\'cll )
wOIII ( nccol ) HRh % time tclh'ell object.
'l'he ite(4qtjtuliieflthOl1S : ! ( lire that tl'
less somclhil $ Is lone by eoIigiess to
1II0iect thl'I ( I'n'o It Will ngahui ht
( Idyll to 11\1 thISCI' Joilt wIthin tile
IIXt two li.R nmI the h'CIII' > ' wi
lIe fOlcct ( tOtI4flo ( more 1)011(18. ) ( In 1111
1'\(11 . It wOlhl' ' l'oialdy Ihll RO I I' 111.
cuuity itt ( lilg of tilelh . ' '
l'II 11 tlsfb thel. 'I'he bOUII
lost ISlcl iih'c Ilecllet lit tile 011(1
mnl'h't 1111 11'1\ ( poiS WI.tt less Ihln tIle
; O\'I'I'IIClt ' 11'11IW ( for tlleull. I i Is cel'
tnll Iml uuitiithi' I 'f issue coull ( nol hc sOld
oil ns fn0 rll ) I.I terms ( IR tile lust ,
nn ; lIlf.Cl 1l114 , . .
A cnlCIS of house 11eloel.111 ( has
niloilled ) ( It Iesollton ellorhl ( tile CII
ieuics1)111 IUW Iltel' ( cOIRllel'n ton. 'l'he [
net lou of a ciuIcuis exerts n Aolll lent of
htlleucc , If It II ilot uuluuolultely bInding
tllOI ) those who IIttclpnte ) Ill II A
stt'OI OlllHSllol ) 10 the hi ) iVItS . lHEuV
es-el. , dIsclosed , which WII'atls n built
lS to iVllCtIlL't ' It can p1155 tIle Iloulse. I
lhi)1)1'1115 ) Iml I Illhel' ) of IhoH\ who tit-
IUlulel1 ( ( tl caucus ( lid RO wih tIle ti'
dl'IHlnmlll Iml It was iIltclll1'd to ho
shlpl.111'lsOI' ( > ' , 1111 tll'sP . or CO\'SI ,
wi feel UllI'I' ( uo ohl a lou to he
10luII IW l ls I I Ii ( 'I hull , nllllgh I I II I I IH I ( ( lU Ito
1111flhlc ) ) that ( sOle of Ihl'l wie In-
Ihl'ld 10 fall Into hue ill the luIl'I'I'Rt or
1II'I ' tuuilly . ( tie which ( I RIIOlg , 11lenl
WtH Ilte 113' 1)alwl' ) OlISll nll olhl'I' !
\s 10 those II'lucI'ats ( who tll ( hot itt-
tllll ( , hwy Ile cUlh'el flll' 10 110 ns
the t > ' vluaso whln tile l1lL'aSlIl'L' CollIeS 10
a Vote. illib ( it Is hot ' ' tIllIt '
\011' nHI I ( lot tul'I 111 >
of II wi he fOlll Iii o1)positIon. I
as III\ ' ' IlemoCIItcoles ( H'e casl
alnllst ; thc bill lit tle t house as Wl'I'e
gl'el In 1IIIHSItol ) ) ) to tile caucus rose-
lulol l'II1I'lhl ' I , It wi II'obllhl ' be
defealed . , for of course the l'IHlhlcnls )
wi.ote ajtlusl It :0111 > ' . I .
'l'llereIhS oue 1I101Iant ) Ilolul ) set-
ted by the caucus , 1111 ( that Is that no
Il'Oosllou for In Issue uC bonds tn
ret Iutu legal 1'lllel nolus hns llbb' chalce
of. lJII ) IIloll11't ( ly tll1 COlgl'eRi UPII'
l'e I'lta th'e lll'r of COllllleut h:11 :
111t'1)i1l0i ) a bill coltllnll a IH'I\lslon of
this Idnd , amI ( Il motoa to slhsltull !
It ; for the Junlllg bill l'Clh'I'11 ell '
thlllel'n votes In tile Cll'UI wIllie seventy -
elir were cast ngalnst It DouhteHs
afel this showllg no further effm.t wi
ho late luolll to I reth'111'nt of
legal tender lutCS hy the Issue of bonds.
In view of tile fucl that the SlllT > ' bill
hus Iecel\cil conshl I'ablc : ) CO1flflell(1lt-
tel ! In 1hianelul circles It mur : he In-
terestn 10 'l efet hrlcfy to its 11'0\1-
slms , I ll'Ohles ) for nn iSSUe of bonds
to 1m umount not exceeding II tile aug-
'
: I' ( ate : all tie \ Ijiited ? States notcs now
ouutstalhding , Hucllond8 to bear 3 per
cent Illerest 1)or111111ff ) ) alt ( ( to be due
alt llYnI)1e : tlh'f ? " yfl 5 from the tate
of Issue. AljJelJI : tent ! and treasury
'loies ' rcdeclllhio in gold itt the treasury
flfteL' the lIisag of the act shall. he
clncelC1 aUI dcsh'o'cl. I also nuthO'-
Izes thc secretiii'yof : the trcasl ' to use
Ulr sm'plls rm'dlue 10 relleem these
I "I
holes , whleh'J.whcn so Illeeled , shall
hc canceled. , and ! tesh'o 'ell-shal : not
ugaln he roPsui " J. : " ' 'he rejection or
this lensU'IP" " IS n suhstiute for thc
) eIHln . bill \ > ' . the democltc caucus
dlsllct siiOv that / large majoriy
of the dClucrts In the Jlesunt congress
are not favorable to the destruction of
the greenbacks and ( that 10 currency
Illul ) ! ubleln this II'OIJslton bus
alr chalce of 11101\101. (
A vote on thc currency bill will oubt-
loss bo relchcd this weel The result
cal10t he forecast with nl ) ' dcgl'ee of
certainty , . hut u8sUlln that under the
11rUS81'c of CIUCUS ICtOI the bIll passes
the house its def ( ut In the sennte , If It
ever gets to I vote II that body , can
le regaried ns nssurud. In this ccii-
lectol It wi he Intm'estuJ to note the
cOIJosltOI of the lnuucc committee of
thc scnutu , to which the hi vIii be re-
erred If It goes to the " ( mte. The
cOluul tee stllds six delocmts and ,
1\1 reilblclns ) , as follows : Yoollces ,
IcPherson , HI'ls , Yest , TOICS of AI'-
Imlsas Ilt 'hltc , dUlocratA ; : 10 l1.
Shcrlun , .Toncs of Ne\ltl , AJIRon alll :
Aldrich , repuuiiicauIs. ) .Tolus of Xenliu
Is cl ssllltl wih thc rUIlhlcals ? because .
cause lie Is In ( till syiilatily ) wih them
oil all Iiteltons ( except the cohlUlc of
silver nnd woult uIIIdOUlltediy vote with
thel nallst the so-called Cnrlsle ctit-
l'tC _ ' hi , : fcllllOI nlt Whie , It Is
helm'ml , woull ulAo co-operate with the
t'ellhlcllS ) II Olillositon ) to this 1110118-
lu. ) so Ihnt there' Is 10 Probability that
the . Helale Inalce e01111 tue wOIII I.
Pelt It 11 its IlSeubtf0ru1l. ! ' c sue 10
reason to clilmulge thc 01111101 ) hm'etofm'e
) ' ( that 11101-c Isel' ' little
CXlu'osiell Ihele \el' lte chmce :
of IIuiY CITel' ' legislation 1 ' the vres-
cut congress.
'j'lw ltlayor of South Omaha hns re
( Ineslet ( tile ; town conlcl to unlIke nil III-
\lsllltol of the Ull'glll erookedml's(4 !
Ilt ( hrlherr of ltnlclpul ohhiCilllS. 'l'he
council hits ucel'ltell ( the stIggostioll Inl (
sOt ' 1hl'stur'cnlng I for oll'nlng I II t
hail. 'l'he lice 1 . iiiforiiied ' '
hal BII ! . : Infl'mell thut thl ! 'J'nx-
Ilrel's league of South Ollhl Is
nlxlous 10 lul' ' tip this lulel' Int 10
10 the hotel of the char es of colusion
hulwuen ) lie t gO ' uiliiI'S , ) Inll ( ( ) llleiilIs.
LPililIig ( lllelubll's ) 'pf the ioumgimo CXln'ell )
\111gIISS to rise I fl11 to IIt the )
Ilocesstry . : IXIJIS'S ( of 11 lii'ost igatlon
gnut.lnlect to iul1JStlguI . . Ie 111 10 1)re- )
Yell t I ( l'clclllllll\I. I such lS Is doubtless .
less l'OII'lllluMl Jh I ' tile lowu COlilCii. )
I goes wlhOUtSI111 ) thut n wholesale
_ . .
whlowu8h of 't\\ ( ! oue hlllllutet lu
the scultllul1 ( ' ; tf4uir , wi1 Ilude unless .
less respoIHlhlo..llzels ) take chal'le of
tile hl'l stlatfm / Ilt Prosecute It In
( itIm(1 / ( ( 'Itrilest. t-iJt tue , ' ' ' '
11'/11 11'lest - hI 'luXJi > 'el's hoIlgilo
jnlil ) bite 1 1 H' , ll 'nch III 11'11g the :
Jllt t ) ' I Ill rt los fr jUSICl' . Au niiu nnll
Ilcol'I'nlllhle ) ) In11' shotll ) 10 rolllucd
I t dice II till I ) iiitie to fOrIllIulitte a
111In ) of CIIIIII u. Olcial eh'el'l of
Suulh Olahn : 11\ long been 11 IWII ( of
I Iholonh'eltutug ald IOW II till
uIceoltell time 10 twgln the Ivolk '
of
II'cl'lltell 1m ! tll WI'J { 1'0'
( .
1011.
' 1ho Board I of FI.c 111 ( Pulcu CoIn-
mlssloll'l'S first m'tlel' sixteen 1111110lni (
IllOll to t be ( .IllIlIOycI Ihu t -
111'1 { mlllon'l ( OIl t lre foice
111 thel Itlollt ( 1 I''solnlol IHI\I' thc
fluiutiuco COIlmihlItteC to ' .
1111CU l'OIIIIII'l tl rCllol'l the Jro !
Iblu cost of the Ire dOIII'lll'11 ) turll
tIle cOIII ! ) 'CII' ( . Why would i not
lilly ) been lOlO lu8Ine88-lk ) to Insist
. - . - - ' ' _ - . _ ,
: . . - - -i r FJ I-rm - ; : ; :
on knowing how the depnrlment
itn11 flancnly before "clt\rll 10
authorize futhcr CIIUllllt'R ( wihout
Ihl ( I'cloiest Ilul 10hnt they will i
lend ( ? Ih'fOVC flhl expelltiltlure Is
HlfO'e ni ) OX11tllll'e IU'
IhorlCll ly 11 ' Ilhlc hol ' It ought to
Imow how sleh actIon wi affect the
flls mtt Its eolnhutulltl.
'm'I'O . Ilittuk' . 111 I hits just had n
lmn l.slz1'll semisitioii II the 11t1clmHI'e
of fl nllt'ged 111'1111 ) nt hl'lhl'I' ) Ir tl
Ilgellis of a Ile ho e cOIIHI ' thnt wnl
Itxlo1s to get tl' contract for fulilisil-
lug supplies for the Il'III'lmllt Ill Ihlt
Il > ' . Of course tlle ore hue ulunl
Il'llnl ! 111 ( 1I'I'I'llllntoll ) , hit tl Il
1'\lfllll'I'1 IIC stnugly 11111nlh'e : of
thc Irlh of thl' chl' IR. I If Imown
Ihlt IOI ! of the lire hOfc couuipiiiitt's
lIre lut nhu\'u ) 11111 ) ; for Ilhlc ) CoIl-
trflel.4 whel tIicy call lie lecl'lll II 10
01 lice1'(13. ( ' . 'l'hl ' w1 itt I'ast hear
WIIlhht lit I'\el ' oily whI'u they slll
1 1'ltl for time 111'I'OIU of stImulatIng
tiitde. t _
EiliiierorVihhiluilh(4 ( New YIIIf greet-
lag to Prillet' BAIIIck shows thlt thc
(11'111 1'11'11'01 ' It sntsl1'11 wih till )
l'I'Slls ( f his l'CCtIbclliiutIlul ( wlh ! , thl
ex-chll'I'II' HIII ( lInt I he 11 nnXlU1R to
lIla 111th lii Iw I hal'lout01S le 1 louts
which he his r-'Mti)1)lli4lloi. ) ( 11 tillS lIes
SI'PH ( stremiglit. le I recognizes the 1111.
eliot' whllh BSII'l still hlH O\'CI' the
UII'lil Ileople ) 1111 lIe 11'lfel's ) ) to have
that ; 1IIIIIle Oi his side rlhe' thnn
ltgallli4t Ililib. 'I'llis nlltni Nev Yeals
gecotlulg tlbPIilb)4 ) IL glcltt tlt'iui to the .
gl'elll IL'anH 1'I'lt Ilnl 11.
1I'I'u.s ) ) ! lljects nll its ollsRlon wonlll
hln'e broil rcgutrdi'tl ( 11 SttIdul'i 1lllect
I DLlocl'nls who for two Pleltols
last liuSt ) have InceRslllr : voted for All-
tl'ew , Tldson let at tile festal honlll
Inst luigllt to dlllol tile filet that the (
lnPI'11 II not IOW l\hll In the lush
I huit hi uibigilt Infuse little horse
thll II I Ito Iol'se selse
iltto the so-called lelm's of the ' ' .
Ilto sl.cnled : 11\1 >
\Viilt ( the occaslol la ' hlYU hcel ) for
tills Ioolr wnlw TIle Hue has lot hell )
iltfobilbell. 'l'ho 111em'cls were 11
there iiOWeVOr.
, howe\'I.
' 'ho $ e stgal' ht'olcl's who IUle' lIed ) I
Iltljuiigel ( In'II'I'I ) ' Indlclel f.nlefusilig .
to I I SWl' 11 stols Ilt 10 ( thll Ilst :
wlulel' by thc SUIUtI 1l'Istgatll ! 101'
mlleo will of course early their cases
to the StIH'I'I ) ! court. 'l'ilPy will hn\e
1'\'I'I' y defcnRl' that 10Ir cal fm'liish.
l the _ . ' Wl'le 1)0' ) 811(1 ( wihout wealhy
halwt.s they woull have answered the
questons without tile slIghtest ndo.
Drnhlo You 'nit
COlrl r-Jolrn"l.
I this thing keeps on the newspaper
wIll soon be able 10 Issue out currency : plans
to their subscribers on the coupon s 'slem.
l'lty lie Pour , iiibuladorM. :
Chicago illali.
The condItion of our nmbasmbor : Is In-
deed pItIable and should appeal 10 the sym-
Pltl of workingmen who get $1.50 I day
but live wIhln theIr Income because they
can't lIve any other wa ' . I a suhscrlp-
ton Isn't taken up fez them our ambassa-
dors may yet become objects of charity.
Tim I'hlh"lhroplo Andrcw.
MIlwaukee Journal.
1llonalre Carne le. the man who says
that It ma who die rich dies dIsgraced
does not reduce wages for his cmplo'es )
because he wants 10 do It for his own gaIn .
but simply because the less wealthy employers -
ers of labor cannot afford 10 pay high
wagcs. When they all become as rich as
he I : then they can afford 10 give labor a
hotter show. .
Iclntors und Cocl < nls.
New York \\orll
Senator Alien Is not the only person In
the United Slates who would like to know
why senators cannot go outside the buIld-
Ing for their cocktails , as the rest ot us
have to do If we want cocktaIls. The pee
pie of the united States are under no moral
oz legal obligatIon 10 take any part what-
anY
ever In paIntIng the nose ot any occupant
of the pluloratc auction room In the cap-
( tot. _ _ _ _ o _ _ _
- Ohio 1 Refuge for Crhnlnals.
Cleveland Plnn Dealer.
Judge Duchwalcr of Cincinnati In refusIng -
fusIng 10 permit the extradItion of the Ken-
lUclty ne/to. Hampton , on the ground that
he feared the people ot that State would
take the law into their own hands seems
t have had no hesitation whatever In lnk-
log .It Into his. In dlsregarlnl the law
which he Is sworn to administer he has
taied In his dUlY 1 a Jtmdge . and In vlolal-
ing tile comlly between Ohio and I neIghboring -
boring commonwealth he has been derelict
In his duly as a citizen. The negro , Hamp-
ton Is wanted In Green county. KenIUclt
for shooting and woundlnl ThaI he should
be trIed for his act there can be no doubt.
Certainly there Is neIther law
neiher nor common -
mon sense to justify his being lured loose
Ullon the people of OhIo. Yet this Is Judge
iiuchwaiter's lecISIOfl and lhe negro Is
free In Cincinnati ,
.
RecognIzIng the Monroe Doclrilo ,
Springfield ( Muss. ) flepubilcan .
Forty years ago we had ot so tar
toward I settlement of this dispute as the
Clayton-Bulwer treaty , which really set-
ted vel'y lIttle . tor Great Drlaln stIll
claimed the right of Protectorate over the
Mosquitoes. Never unt now has that na-
ton formally ahandoned the claim and
given the Cla 'ton.lulwer treaty tile Inter-
Ilrelaton we hlvo allay5 put upon It. Now
Greul Urltaill abandon' tile Mosquito protectorate -
tcclorate nhsolutel . and acknowledges the
authority ot Nlcarah'a over I. and this
action setes that old dlslule torover. Now
also tIme United States ( ( liii ) Great Britain
Briain
stand In exactly the Iume relatIon of recog-
nlzell neutralIty 10 all Central / \mcrlcal rlco-
territOry. NeIther dallas the right 10
oecup . , or fortiy . or claIm any sovereIgnty
over any part ot It . and so fur n' this pledge
goes Great Britain recognIzes ( he Monroe
doctrine _
( iILUIfL.ITi11 : 't 2'J01T
Philadelphia Record : Most people who
walk on Icy )1lvemenll ) are slip shod.
' \ ' Star " ) ' "
\'aHhlnglon : "Doh aln' no doubt
said Incll ghen , . 'bout conlenlment beln'
better'n riches. Bul mos' eberyholly now-
' ( July13 seelS too p'lo tel want de ! cs' foh
hls e't. " le
- .
1Ifalo Courier : Jlson snys he ( greatest
sticklers for Corm must fomolhncs how 10
tiuction. the Inevitable without hu \h)1 ) had nn Inlro-
. -
'nllh : "le prul at your sex Miss 1mw-
Itins Ir ' will-but remcmher
you wi-but tills man
was made first : woman was 1 second
thought , ' ' observed De SUPhCll , "I never
, lelh - 1 that second lhOUlhhl were best Mr.
Do BUllhead , " auld Miss Ilwl < ns.
Detroit Free Press : "Do you think Miss
Fannie , " ho said . "Ihat Iho time wIll ever
cOle when women wil propose 10 Iho (
men ? " She lifted , up her helulCul ( eyes
and loole [ him squarely In the fimce
"Never Mr. Smih . : Idle I'Eple "It they
are nn 'thlnl lIke YOI. "
Philadelphia leo.l : lr/ cGulre- :
Phmat' yel' oulti mln doln' now ? Mrs.
IIcGtlIrk-lroIvln' I hearse un' he .10 he
coughin' all limo tolnle. ! r. McGulre-
Ye don't suYI 'Yul , since DlnlY'1 bin
tilolvin' a cub . he do bo havln' 1 huckln'
cough , too
Washington Slur : "llii anybody insln-
1181n-
ualo lal I sold myselt" Inllllred the New
York , , polceman .
,1 didn't bear ( hint . " repled his trlend
"All that came 10 my ears was that you
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gaVe yourself aWRY.
Cleveland Plain Dealer : : 'VIilIam . " said
0111 Mr. Skinner. "always take your 1lt
near the rear end ot tile street cnr. " "Whal
for , fIlthIer ' .I Is a principle Gt hlslness ,
toy boil. that shouhl he taken advantage
or. " "Fxplain . other " "Jy taking your
seat at tile rear cnll you gel 10 hold your
nickel that much longer , and Interest Is
worth Iomelhlng these dl 's. "
on IS comv'ni
lutllo Ceurier.
Tie cares not 10 rap
Whene'er tt doth hap
That his wlfe'l cold to hIm KO they say :
hut lie raves amId he rrr ) 10)
AlIt ) .
Ald Ilam.bangs the doors
I his 10rll ! ' & vanCalteB are that way. .
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. j.'II --m-it-1-.J I t - - ' - . _ , -1- - ' 1. 'fli
P.tXfllt. 01' Im : t. 1,1 TWN.
Don\lf nlplblcan : I Is not lrpltsln"
that Alstrla's protest ngnInt 91nr dlscrlm-
Inalons has given the Sllle Ipartment witch
trouble . 1 Is trouble . however , In which
the ndnilnistrition ! deserves ' .
nlmtnlstrlon en'19 no eyrnpathiy.
' tc
The reciprocity treatIes shell hn\1 been adhered .
herl,1 , 10. Ulllr them 011 tralte was IncrlAs ,
lag and [ relatIons wIth other nlon , wee
pl'aMnl. lut It was a republican polIcy . and
of course Ilemocrals cOlld flail no good tn I.
St. Palll Ploncer l'ress '
1111 Irlss : 011 dcmocrAlc
rliers seem lkely to embroi lS with all the
( onstllloll ( 11wlrs of 1 lrope. ( lernuany
now Ihrlllens 10 Ilre\'cnt ( lie cxellon of our
011
laws to keep chollrll and the worse 111agl0 oC
Pauper and crhnlnll emlrants out or this
!
cOlntr ) ' . The IxeclI\1 Itlllarlmcnt ( oC the 01. [
mlnlstrllon sccms so bent on Involving lS In
a snarl with glropeln go\ernmcats ant I
uniting s hlllllessl ) ' Into needless COmI110' '
lens that It Is floW thought likely that cot , ' .
gross will hl\1 10 Inlt these Internlonl
Iucslous out oC Its iialuois .
Phl"llllhll Hccord : The Mcluslon of
Alerican bccr and live ca\lo Cram I uropel
markets will 10t bo wihout alleviations. The
Icat hulnfss tn thIs country Is II the halide
oC great 10lolllcs , which pay small prlcos
to cattle raisers Ild exact large prices rrOI
consumcrs , 'fho Prices of bccCstlaks ) , hIke thic :
prlccs oC steel rails . are kept at the lOll liotclb.
The foreign markets take the surplus that
cannot be dlslosed oC In this cOlllry at
10nollol ) 11rlces. American meatS have fre-
Iluenly been laId Itown nt Corelgn Ilorts Cor
Icss Illn time ruling prices In New York or
Ph\:1leh1hla. : The outlets for time surpils
hlvln been temporarily closed consulcrs
may expect to prolt by I. 1 will nol mid 10
the terrors oC the winter season IC tile Prices ,
oC chops fluId steaks shall go down for awhlo I
with the ratngs oC the p thermometcr.
X1ItflISIC.I , .1 .1) . \ /I.IS/.I.W .
The lerehnnts ) hotel nt Inrlngton has
been closed because oC hnrd ( lines .
There wcre 16 Iniermclis II tImeceumietery I
al Nebraska City during tIme ' . )
.ebrslta Ciy last year .
Over $31,000 In hnllro\'emcnls were made
at larll/lol lurll Ihe year just closed.
The 3'lonths.oll chid or Bcrt Slelty oC
Guide _ Hock was wrappcd ump tee tightly ntl
cui [ located .
Charles Calal.an. who Iltcllc1 ( 10 start a
ne\\ " IJler at Sidney , has chnlgcl his mind
ald has purchlscl the SIdney Tehegmupli. .
The grand , ledge or tile Treu BUII , enibrac-
lug the states oC Nebraska and Iowa will
cOI'ono at Norfolk February 6. About
sixty delegates wi bo II atteillnnce.
11ev. George Wiiams , one of tile first
settlers . tn Adnms coull ' and at one tune
elttoi or the hastings Nebraskan . died ( at
his home In Kenesaw nt lie ( age of 6t 'cars.
The sheriff er Thnycr county has bcel or-
tiered to keep al his prisoners II time steel
cage II the future Inslcall oC allowing Ihcm
the privIlege oC tile corridors. The recent es-
capo oC a prisoner Is responsible for the
order
Tile Burwcl Irrigation lich Is to ba com-
'llcte1 [ by the 11110 oC May anti water given
10' the farmers on June 1. About 20 inc celt
oC the dirt work Is coniploted. It Is fourteen
miles bug and eighteen feet wide on tue
bottom at the head and fn" feet deep atl
wi irrigate 15.000 acres of as rich land as
can be found In lie state
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A Far FntchOI , ) Prophecy.
Globe-D mocrl
John lurns prophesies that withIn tIme
next twenty-lIve years Americans w1 be
emigrating to England II order 10 secure
good government and assocIatIon with n
happy nod con\entel pcople. 'i'wenty.flve .
years from now the pOlulaton of this coun-
try will be over I O.UO.OO. and really there .1
Isn't room for them on time foggy little
patch cf British ) real eslule. No American
wIlIngly emigrates to gnlan [ now except
al occasional hel'ess. anl this wi slop us
sool as the supply of . dukes runs short.
A lnllo Roy,1 II thl COlrtl ,
- . . Denver . News. . -
1 IS now nnnouncel that the I'pcelver of
the Union Pacific wIl mae ) I strong lIght
against n separate recelversilil ) for the
Oregon Short Line as asked foi' II the com-
plaint of the American Loan and 'rrust
company. TIme case vill come for
'fw wi up argu-
meat before Judge Gilbert at Portand on
January l ; ; . and IL Is expected that General
Solicitor Thurston will be preset 10 repre-
sent Union PacIfc Inleresls. A battle royal ,
as In the Gulf case . Is Imminent.
HOllortel Jllrlcr Ileimled ,
TUCSON Ariz. . Jan. 8.-'ho reported
murder or Frank Debs on the Yaqui river
In MexIco by Indians , whom It was alleged
he 11al"left stranded at the Midwinter expo-
altion . Is denIed ! ly American Consul Hale
of Guaymas und Governor . 'rerrcs - of Mexico.
DIfiLINJ ' , ' . . , >
DJ .l.L-l ) UJiS7'.lTEJJlllSIll ,
Washington Stnr.
n has been said the tarIff needs
Some slight \ellon still :
The public clamors for reCorm-
As publics always will.
But these are minor things on which
Our mental gums we douse ;
'Ve must debate 10 regulate .
Tine Senate eating house.
Ohm what's the good ot terrapin .
With champagne on the side ?
Oh. what's the good at broiling steak ?
It's just a juicy Crlcd.
And trules-wha the deuce arc they
That they should so arouse
Thl' men cf size who patronize
The Senate eating house !
It's the steward we are acer
Oi thIs glorious ship oC state :
'Ve can diet all like heroes
Though we do not legislate :
One may . with effort . Oi IlancU
De silent at I mousc-
But none shall spare the bill of fare
At the Senate eating hlouse
l.ISTIWN IU.I . : . , I.I lEIT1CIt. I.or. . '
O I'H' , Jan S-To to Editor or Thl
Hee : I notic3 . n very marked activity on the
11art oC loan companlcs and their agents for
whnt the ) are vIe-iced 10 call "imnprovernent
In our foreclosure laws , " An effort Is 10 be
made h my then ) 10 induce the present logic'
latlro 10 make sml changes In our present
statutes affecting mortgages , Whlh : they
say wi 11ro\ { iemioflciai. lenclcl,1 10 whom t
Since an ) change In such laws could only
11ro\'l an al1\nlngo to one party to thin
mortgage contract , and all comllanle9 and
aRenls ( hereof ere eager for the change It
Is not Illcult to 820 who Is 10 bo benefited .
Loan comlanlcs , n a rule . make careul
ScriltIuiy oC the .
scrllny prollerty nllon which apphi.
appl.
cllon for a loan Is 1111. . and fx their own
eslmnlo oC its nctlal cash nlte ( . ACer - '
tiny hlvo scen haL nil Inclmbr\nc are
paid ; 01 all an Inslr,1nco polIcy for tile till !
} fiI
termim of ) 'enro oC tIme loan ts paid for by Iho
111111ennt , nnll Ilrncd over 10 them , ) they
then make a loan oC about 40 per cent oC the
casll "ahlo of the Ilrollert . lS fixed by Iieiii-
SelVCs-ii ) other words Iho ( lonn counpaimy
has to Ilcr cent 011 Ihe lorlRngor { omlany
rout Invested } tn Ito ( property Against the
income which lie uuitirtgagur bay rcech'e
Crol time Ilrolllrt ) . tIle loon ! ! compan his nil
tuxes nIHI other .
011 asscssmenls IIal1 anll cc-
cel\es wiiiute'cr ralo DC Intcresl time contract
calls for 011 Present ) laws do not tlnrezlsoul.
ably protcct ( the mortgagor's equity . 'fhe
still leave every immaterial Illvlntnr ' wih )
the Inrh lree. Suppose It takes two 'Clr
10 Corcccloso a 10rtrn10 awl lie ( morlgngco
pall 10 Inlercst or taxes during that ( limbo . "I.
the bait comlany has about 60 Ilcr ) rent on
its own \alialon oC time 11rollcrl wih which
10 pay itself , besides paid
Iselr bcsllcs imp lire Inslrnco
anti , freedom Crom the ( alno'nnee oC any
other liens . Pew foreclosures
Icns. rOlcclosU'cs talte limo fail
lmo ( elllnc,1 by 1011 igciits , nUl Iii any
case the only loser Is the mortgagor . J lila
10ln was jtlelulsl ) ' niade.
Why should we Icglslate for eastern money
lonuiers ? Why slioulil our laws say to (110111 :
"Voil loui us 10 mer edit of time Vaitmo ci
our hoiiues ititil we will PSY you Interest on
time immoliey IliltIl you got rosily to (111(0 tIle
iioimmcs , iiiiti tiiel ) vacate iiislanter ? " If ve
Ivahit to sell at. this rate. vhi' miot ebl in
hiomo capitalists niil patronize 1(01110 ( ? \Vhmy
511011111 it ball eomiipauiy be allowed mi attor-
iieyui fee by tii court in case of litigation
for the mionfuhllhhinent of a Coiltract ally
niore tliaii other liartics who resort to law
for ( ho saiiio reasons ? The only argument
LidvLiilced by time coiiipaumles for time clinuiges
they slmggest Is ( lint mooney wouiltl be cheaper
It timeso little arms of lrotcction ( styled by
(11011) eumibargoes ) tlit our liresent statute
throws nrotiuid ( ho poor 111(111'S ( home were
reniovcd.Voliid it ho clleapor ? \'iiy do
they want cheap money ? In what way
would it benefit them ? The demand for Imigli-
priced money is greater than ( lie supply as
it is. how , ( lien , would cheap niono } bemie-
at thieimi 7 TIlls argumument Is too transparent.
Money would not be cheaper. For a ( tine
eastern capitalists might loan more readily ,
but not cheaper. 1aso In obtaining 1110007
with "embargoes" removed , as these coin-
iianies suiggeat , would , however , resuIlt die-
astrousiy to our people.
WIll ( ho cry of eastern capItal never cease
its vnIlVill ( lie dread that it mmmy be
withdrawn over cease to trouble time otherwise -
wise tranquil vest ? Yes ; when the western
people learn to tise time top of ( lie head more
and tile hobo under the nose loss.
A Ni'IiItASKAN.
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xiui' i.tiitic jLil iIUIO.LTE.
Eastcrmm Farmer I.oarnliig is Valualilo Lesofl
In tIme Vest.
DENVER , Jan. S.-Samuel D Willard , k
a wealthy farmer and well known republican
ieader of Geneva , N. Y. , i In ( ho city , cc-
turning 1(01110 ( ( rein California. lie has beep.
out west nlalciiig an extended investigation
of irrigating systeIns and of agricultural and
itorticuiltiral methods , and has arrived at
san , , , drolded coneltislon
"I believe the LImo will come when New
York vihi hare to adopt ( lie inetlod ot vater
storage used In time vcst Ill order to furnish
suilhclent water to raise crops , " 551(1 lie.
"The destruction . of the fcrests wiii bring
about a condition of things Iii ( lie eastern ' °
states so near akin to that in the western
statea we slmail bo glad to study ( lie uiiethod
of western farmers nuid fruit growers. I have
been mnalcing a sillIly of ( lie big systems in
California and aisa of ( lie general subject
of agriculture anti horticulture and I expect
to hilt 'vliat I hiav learned to considerable
use in niy own neighborhood. "
Mr. Willard is a. canhidato for ( lie office of
commissIoner of agricuituro in ( he state of
New York under the new administration.
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211Usr w.irr FR l DI'O1W1.
Sibyl Saimdorson Cimmo hero to fllnrry
% mmtmfllO Terry.
NEW YORK , J50. 8.-Miss Sibyl Sander-
son , time California Prima donna , who is to b
heard for the first ( line In tilts country at.
( ho MetropolItan opera house next week , arrived -
rived on La Champagne. During her stay In
America , Miss Sandemson may 1)0 hloard in
"Manon , " 'Phirynno , " and perhaps in "Is-
ciarmonde" or "Thetis. " Incidentally she
said ohio hoped to marry Mr. Antonio Terry ,
a Cobalt of considerable wealth , who Is
equally at home In Paris and New York.
"The date of our marriage , " said the singer
wIthl engaging frankness , "depentle oil a ( hiS
-orcc suit which Is peuiding , for unfortunately
Mr. Terry hiss a wife. Ho lies not lived
with her for quite eleven years , thmough I be.
hove lie Is a very charming persoim. " Mr.
Terry came over on La Chanlpagno with Miss
Satiderson.
BROWNNO KING & 00
Your MOIlCY'S W01'til or Yout' Moitey Jiicl ; , , ,
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Sorted Suits- . , . - , ' .
Now we begin our great clearing' up for Spring-
we don't propose to have any winter suiLs 1ef-wo
never have-we always have now goods-.one or our
successful secrets.
$25.00 Men's Suits , now $20.00 -
$20.00 " II ( I $15.00
' . $15.00 " I' ( I $12.50
12.50 'I Si It $ j
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$10.00 " I' ti $ 8.50 '
Men's ' $5 , $6 , $6.50 trousers are in on lot at $3.75
-why pay $6.50 when you can get thorn fol' $3.75.
Clearing Up Sale-
of'ovorything for Winter wear in every department In
the store-no matter where-the discounts are great
-especially is this true of our Boys' anti Childrens'
Winter wear-You know what our prices were-You
will recognize the cut When OU JeO the lothes ,
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EROWMNG , KING & CO.
Roliitiiic Ciot1iici' , S. "S' . ( : ( ) l Jl(2l F1f14U33b111 utuith Ioiiglus Sts.
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