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Omnh * . Drflttq. eheek and poptomce orciere to be made tin'n ? > to the order of th eompny. Tim FPUflLlSII1NG COMI'ANY. 8TATEMIT 01 ? ( eorge H. Tuehuck. pecretnry of The J3e Pub. Ilehing eompitn' . b.ing dtily .wnm , 8C flint the * etuaI nI3mlqr Of full anti COfliUte enpIe of th4 folly , Morning , lvening an ( iunily I1e punted duxing the mnth of April , 1PG , wee OC follow ! : I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l7.l I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l.Ol4 2 l7l4 17 . 3 lT,145 if . . . . . . . . . . . . l7,94m 4 na : ; 10 . 17.P G .1fl ) 21) C . . . . . . . . . . . lT.7 21 . . , . . . . . . . . . . . 7 . ° : i 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.92' ) . . . , l7,9I 23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . . 17.I ) II . 1 , o . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ? 2 23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18,225 , I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17911 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0) 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lT,92R 13 1 ? 81. 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.9.4 24 17 S' 2 , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 1tJC O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Totni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44,124) ' LeI ! deductIcn for tine&d nnl retttrned cotea , qaIes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53o15 Wet , IaIIy nvernge . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,931 (11onaT ! : 11. flworn to t'efore me and nibcrIbed In 101 pre.enea this 1t IflY of May. 1S ( ieaI. ) N. 1' . rttr. Notary Public. Fling : iwny arn)1tIon. ) By that sin fefl the nflgels.-W. J , B. F'or n po1Ittca dead 1111111 Governor AItgttd sein1 to ho : t PrettY live corpse. Tue year 180 ( Is 1I1t1y to go tiown Iii history us the year of de8trllCtIve Cy- clones. The siprcne court has decideti nu. tliorltntlvely tlnt congress Is bigger than Conlptroiler Bowler. One thing the Clevellilid ntllnhIlistra- tloii 11103' feel tilallkflll for. No 0110 80 fIll as we kilow has c'iinrgetl It with be- ilIg resiol1slle ! ) for the recent CycloncH. Should tile Chicago COflVeIltlOfl ( lec1aro 1 oi 16 to 1 t'ree sliver , the call for the ] lRtlllfll ( silver ltItY coiivoiitloii to lI ) helti III St. Louis In ( lie latter part of ltlly Inight 118 veh1 be rescindeti. 'Ihie free silver delilocrats hind theIr own ViiY Iii ( lie Chicago prliiiarles atid local coiiveiitlon. ' 2Iit ( hllestlOti Is , 110W- eer , whether they s'hh1 fare as vehI In the hilcjgo IifltIOlIiI coiiventlon. Anti now the Bannocks are told that tiley CtlIIIlOt kill gnI1e \Vyoinhiig In violation of ( lie game laws of tlutt state. But then we w'lll iot have another war at Jackson's ilohe oh that account. The uncertainty of ii. IelidlIlg ) prei- ( lential election ixiny be bad for trade , 1)tlt ) It could not iiosslbli be worse for trit(1e thinti fl C011t111U811ce of the demo- cratle adiiilnlstratlou vIhout ( 1101)0 Of chin . nge. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'I'he repulhlcan primarIes take place totlay froth higfi llOOfl to 7 p. in. No rehllIhIC1lI1 ) ) Who has the success of the Iitt'tY at heart 4hlouI(1 ( fall to cast his 1)ailot In the interest of clean caiidldates and a strong ticket. Of course It Is (1111(0 the natural cotrsc of eventh that tile attorney who 1)LlItUet1 SIIL'li deIllIcabiO ) niethiods lii his tLttelfllt to CIC8L Heliry Ilohlti of the charge of eIli1)CZleI1le11t ) ShiOUil Stel ) forward without - out a motfleiit'8 notice as tile tiefetitler of the iiieIi charged with talnlerlng ) vIthi the first Bohin Jury. St. r4ous enters eiiipiizttlc objection to lutvlng : tii' otitsitle organization thrust a curfew orIllahlce ( 111)011 It. St. Lotus , 111cc other cities , has CIltUghl ( letl ( hotter hIltS's 011 ItS StittlIte 1)00kg. ' .Ihuero Is lb city of : tiuy 1)FetCIlSlOIus ) III the country Where eveuu a serious attempt at enfore- lug a curfew ordinance Is 1iunhe. ' .l'hue proskiejut hills ten tlt.ys : assured htluii 1)y ) tile cOIIitlttltlOIl Iii w'hlchi to t'eIghu his reitsouis ( or slguilng o1 rel'tis. lug lo sguu ( lie rIvQr auth harbor bill. 'J.lte bill Is so POIlderOtiS ( liii t the lIresi- tleiit Is 1111110 likely to COuiStllll ( ' the ftuhi nllotted tiunP In Its couult1eratloiu. Iii thin interval s'o IllIty lbs well 1)055058 our souls In IIltlellCt ? . 'l'hiero Is not it eflhlhIdItttj for governo. Iii ( lie field 'hto 'tyIhl hot favor hl1)eral npirollrlntlouIs ) for the 'I'raI1sunlssls.sIp)1 i OXjtlltiOut. ) The Whitle state Is lilter. c eStet In (1118 great. uuitlortitkliig lInti huo. I over Is the ilext govtrnor nf Nebraska : will have to rellect the selltiunent of the 1)cOPiO , viio tire llIuItlllIulouH III thicli' ilti. ilualifled titIpport of the CXpOSIU4)L JrOjl'Ct. ) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ( The idea seenis to prevail that OlnallIt M vIlIluig to l)11 , ' a preunillIll to liuttiontil V0IIYOIIIJOIIS to Induce theuui toilbeot lit'rti In 1S9S-expoMItlouu year. I ii COlIBillerluIg this proposltlouu tilt ) fact should uiot ia overlooketi that our p001)10 ) slhI be taxeti to thin lltullst ( hiullit to libel ( lie Iut'eessitu' t'X110118e4 of the greittt't t4hlov hue \vCst luns seetu , atid vlien this has 1)e'It 410110 It viLI Ilot Ito nt'cessii'ry to olTei extra lii. dtlCOIllt'Iltu3 for : uuttlonal gathuerhiugs to lix 111)011 ) OunnhulL RH IL bl1tOtIllg IhflO. ) . 'l'huy vIII all COllIe. The Ciaycouuib verdict of guilty vlIl be approvel by every citizen of Omaha. Tito onLy' regret is tluitt ( lie laws of Nebraska tb not Prescribe it st'y're efl. ally for grltVO robbery. 'I'IIo filet ( lint Iowa seiltis 11101) ColIvieted of such ci'lnie to tlio ieliItelutiarY aitti NebrnHklt iloes hot Is pi'rluuips tim reason why Chity. conib sought OllIbtiun as a uuiore proulls. 1 jug theM foi liIi ghoulish operations. r TIio resuinptIoa Is that lIe anti his as- toiates hlilVi ) tieseorateti other graves lIt tills t3t8t , ( or thu filet hits been e. tablished ( lint ho vits working in lur. 'j tltlnhbco of U contract to provide a largo j flullIlber at bodleii ( or the intthic'aI school ( In Jes Moluies. A revision of the Ne brntku law on the subject should be t iiutto lit the zext iesloa at thu ieglH. laturo II - ( I.l7' TII I'IiOVISION 1'lue liuterstate commerce mw wns auiueiitieul tWo or t1lre years ego by lllscrt lag Ilnprlsofllllcnt , to be liuposed iii tilt ) ( liscretioll of ( lie court , flt part of ( lie iCIlflhIY ) for violations of tilO law. The o1Ject of tills nniendineflt was to C8tI'IO a better observance of the act , It telllg reasonably assunied that ( lie fear of ltnprlsonmeult Would induce railway - way Innhungers anti their subordinates to show inure respc'ct for the law. If It tailed to have this effect as sliowii by continual iIlfractioflM and disregard of the reqtlirelnelits of the act , It was hiecaiie ( he Interstate Commerce coin- lilIsslOn tlitI not have adequate power to enforce tile 111W. So long as the corn- Iflissioll was lmrnpered and restrained by the Judicial decisions which ver Illltted essential WitlI'SeS to refuse to give evldeuice , on tila ground of self- inrlinIuintloii , it nintle little .ilfferellco to railway officials what lennhtles svero l1iC3C1itHi for violating the 1av Tiie3r were certain of CSCaIIY from convletioui through ( lie convelilcuit subterfuge of selt-luicrlniinntlout On tile part of wit- uicsscs Without whose lestilnotly coli- VlCtlofl Wils iulllOssIl)1O. ) ) A nuinler of tht'iii have escnled by tills menus 'huo tlllulOllbtelIy ( richly deserved ( lie severest - est lelIIlfll8 of the law. But this safeguard to lawlc'.ss railway otlicials 'ns SWelt away by the dCClslOil of tile Sllifl'CIfle court of tile United States in the Brown cise : , iiitler which nil neetleti authority Is given to tile Iii- terstate Commerce coinlil ission to oil- force the law against offt'iltlers. So long as tilat decision slaultis ( lie P1e- text of seiQ.llbcrllflltlatlot ) In cntes irohlght ) tintler tile interstate commerce law will noi avail. It. Is now PrOIOSed to reieni tluo linirisontnent piovision of ( lie act and to increase tile flhlboUilt of tile flue prcscrlietl , this proposal , it Is iuiderstood , having originated vith tue Easteril .lOlllt 'I'rallIc itssocintloii , an organization whose csseuitial iIll - 1)050 Is lChICvcd to be violative of tile iiifcrstnte COIllillOrce act. When tills Proixlsitioll wag siibrnitteil to congress it short time ago we saId tilat It ought to fail , for the reason tllat to repeal the iinprlsonnient 1)rovt- sloit votiit1 'e1ikOll thin law.Ve urged that s'lthi this lWOVISi0ll retainei ( lie law. now ( lint it Cfli ) be enforced , wonid be more likely to be OlSerVCd , that the fear of 1)05511)10 ) IIllWiSOfllflCllt would be It greater saregiiartl agaiuist infractions of tile law tiuaii any 11110 , however high it ; Illigilt be iiiade. It is gratifying to find ( lint the Inter- stitte Commerce coniniisioii hioids this view and is st1lported ) by Proilbiflelit counniorcini organizations. Ill a CCIII- lIltllIiCfltiOU to the 1101150 COflIIiittee On commerce tile conInlisslon state thiflt tile lil'OWII deciSloil has linti a salutary of- feet and express the opinioii that the inqrisollnleilt feature of tile law ShIOUltI not be cilluiged. "With the meatis of COIlViCtIoil 1)I'OVilel ly ) tile Browil de- , , hue coiiiiuiisslon "we be- cisiouI , say ( , - hieve tilt' law is more likely to be oh- served , botil by railroad agents anti by sIlIlIiers Witil ( lie imprisonment feature retlItbei : than by repeaiiiig that form of pu1lisiunent. " Tllere can be 110 tloubt. whatever 01 this 1)olnt and tile 1101150 coiunilttee should lint ilave the shigiltest iiesittttioii iii reorthuug : against the re- ) e1tl11lg 1)rOiOSitioil. The linpi'Lsonineiit 1 hl'oViSIOfl of' tii law can have no ter. rors for railway ofhielals 'hio illtefltl to I honestly aiitl faithfully ohsrve ( lie law I alit ! its repeal 'atiit1 511)11)13' remOve a wholesome reStlilhilt lIPOfl those w'lio il1e ready to avail tiioms'elves of every I OIJOrttiIlitY to offend llgIliflSt ( lie iav atud 'hio would care little about fines. however large , SluIce they would suiTor little or ito iersou I llardshilp from tile i ) ltyiIle11t of a hue. In vies' of the at- i titiide of the Interstate Conilnerce coin- lIliNition and of iultlUefltiltl COiflIflClCilti I bodies in oiposition to the repeal of the penal cinuse of the illter8tnte colnhllerce act there ought to be n doubt that ( huts lirovisioll v1iI StIlilti. 2.1ff ; LATLST GNIII'Ol (7lifI. A circular letter , dated [ l1y 2 , and sigiled "ItisIiiess ? iieii's ColIliflittee , " lulls 1)0011 distrIbuted broadcast tiirotighi tills city s'itIi ( lie JlbnluIf3St OIjeC't to iiultice bllsIlless illtll to t'aihl. ' to tile ilhiiOrt of ? tEIlyOr Broat2ii for goserzlor In the r1'plIIIlil'tlll 11liIiIUVil's today. Oh Ite fuice this hotter is a , ' of art - t niit ilnpouture. It eillIlllItleS IlOt frolli C bIISIllei3 men , litit. froiii ( lie literary 1' hureati loClLtt(1 ) ut tli city 11511. ¶ I'hue Utoatehi 1)ti1'blll ) ill itS bIlllgiiilg w'ly II talks fllOtlt ) ' 'the TranslutssissllIii con. . L.tjss. ' Great stress Is laid 111)011 ) ( ho aet I lint "tbo 'I'rllnHIiIi.4sIssippI congress 110:1118 : to Outialia iins' life , VeHtol'atioil of ) ra'lerity all(1 ( lie liegluiniiig of IIII era C ) t growth sucil as vlll of a verity c.- Lah)1i1411 ) her for all future time as thlt nIstres of hue lllldeontlnent. " rJl1 qitii lotis hiusiuiess iuien's 000hillIttee ( IC- lares ( tIrtlier that "froiii tile stalltipoillt fi ) r a citizen of Omaha 111111 1)ouglns 11 , otilit3' ( lie seieetloii of a cainlliiate for ; overuior of ( lie state for the years 1897 tuil ] St)8 ) is of ( lie utlulost iluuiarlance ) intl eveiy Otiler cOtlsItierititil slioultl be n ititi aside Ililil a uuiittl effort hilt forth C ) oltain ) It.VO VtuIit IL goverior vhio ill fU'Ol iiitral ) itIIt0lrliltiOilS ) ) lii aid r ( hiLl ' 1'iLtuIMilIl54IHSIlij ) ) ColIgress , 'bYe I11I get such a caiuulldate. li'o ilave tue a : huniice , ttiiti tiliortuiilty ) is IIIOFO lOSVCr. ( I 'iii (111111 ( eVoli conquerors or hirophiets , , iuutl OiiIrttIiLitiCS , like ggH , come one it a ( hue , ' " ii 'riiutt tleit'iliiS ) eiitireiy 111)011 the kiiid It eggs. ' 1'hioy UIC ) ' hutch out nice , : huicks , or ( lucy laity huntchu out a 1)11(1 ( 'iiIchu the mother lieu vouid lliisvIl. Lilo iittslitt'ss 111011 of Onialut ttiitl es- nciniiy , tuft hitisiness nien iiltfireteI ( Ill lie ¶ i'rnutsluissiikdIIl ) OXhOSItiOil ) are not 0 be caught by sticit 01111ff. 'i'hue 1)1181. II 1088 111011 of Olibahia fire luiteihlgtbnt n lIOUgIL to know that nuiy loan who Ihils lit , gtyerllOr's ellair in ( lie yeaus 1897 111(1 ( ISiS ) will luiiv iirlilo ezuotugh 811(1 ulLriotisn ( ) 011011gb to stanti up ( or No. o iraskit illId tile cittiro west Cliii viii cx. rt Ills illtltltilCe as far as it Call reaciu it ) uisuro the succets of the tI.iOsitioii. ) 'hey iui o also hiltehhigelut. enough to tI uio' ( lint it goveuiuor bailing froiii ti ) unahia.vttiid vlehd less liulitiCIlCo w'itll ( I ho logislaturu iii behalf of ( lie exposi. loll btCahisO of his personal Interest w 111111 would a governor train 801110 oilier ci avt of the atte ; yl could truthfully tc _ - - - - - - - -t U.iL _ say lie ins tlislnterestetl except. SM it citizen of a great commonwealth. l'FCUbATIW IN FUTUflS Mr , Councilman Ie1)IartI is very OIIX- bus to have Mayor Broatcil 100110 gov ernor. Mr. Keilibnrd fondly I tnag.'ies tilflt this wotilti 01)011 tIle way for his ambition to become mayor of Oi1Iah. As a diciplo of lIl'oatchl. vho nmtle the iolice Collillllssioulersllip ( lie stepping stomie tO tile Iilayoralty , auth hIopes to illttkfl the mayoralty the stepilng ) toluu to ( lie govoruuorslllp , tLr. ICouiiiartl hmnH figured it out that ii wili 1)0 ) rdnomni- tinted nuti re-elected to time cottiicil this tOll 811(1 thou be elected PrcsitloIlt of the council , anti as suell be CIIIIC(1 Uhialt to fill the vacaicy ill ( lie mayor's olhice. Hilt the couiiclltnnn from ( lie lotlrtll Is Ilot tile Dilly alan vllo is llgtirhiig to siteceeti Broittehi without rlilutIilb the ) .a1liIthet of an ehCctIil. IIlLSCilil is votkiiig for Broatcii with the same oh- JoeL ill viev. II8SCilll SVItIlh3 to ( oh ) tiff his lolitlCill career as mayor of OlIlahilt LtiI(1 lIascali will coiie a. grett deal lIeal'er gettiilg tile support of the cor- liorlite bosses tliitui ICeiiumnrd , Hilt tiiciI tli reptlblicalls of ( lit ) Fourth wnrd'nre llot. nil fools. oprict1ti1 A N ! ouxct ; mrtNr. The law provlde9 that the county central conlrnttt000lcn from each ward shall dcIgnato where the primarIes are to be held. According to the order of Coinnilttec- 'null J. W. lilythIn , U. F. Franklin and W. It. Ma'iory. . the rImarios of the Fifth ward will bo held Thursday , May 2S , at Sixteenth afll Grace streets. lntead of Eighteenth and Lake streets , as was published-World- Herald. irere we ilave an official amloullce illeilt in thit' ofllc'iitl free trade amId free sliver tleinocratie Ialt'r ) from ( lie otliclal city lIenitIl corninh ¼ qioner antI ( lie oihI dill illspector of weights atitl luelIslIres CollileI vitht an othIclolIs 1)OhitiCitl vard boss. \ \ iiyvls : this ollicial flhltIotlilCe- lIlelif 1101(1 hack iiiitll time day before ( lie primntriesVluy : vits it. IflOde tllroughi Mr. Bryall's PaPer ? \\1t8 It exiiected tllat any collsiderable llthbfllOr ) of Fifth vartI reptllliClIlS ) : WOlliti hll1.VC 80011 it lund it blot becil reproilticed by The Bee. "Vhuat was tilt ? oIject of ( hits eleventh 110111oihleinl action ulliess it is to IlbtY ) It SIlO ! ) ltliIO On ( ho r01)tll il'fllIS 'lio artf iiot In favor of lilakilIg Broatell governor of Nebraska- ? TIJJIJ CZA It'S co2'vs'sINS. ( Nicholas ii has signalized ills cor- ollatioll by cOhICeSSiOlIS of clemency to w.aI ( l tluos 'hio have offended iigaiiist the goveriiiit'iit , ahiti ltVS of ItlSIl : vhuich vli1 nuike tIle evellt hliore ihteni- Ortile : ) thlait the iilngmIIflceilce : lild spleil- dor of its spectacular display. Thou- satitis of I1eiS0iIS lii exile anti ill prIsons will have CaUSO of gratitude to the now.atltocrat of all tile flussiI for the ) rlvilege of returlliilg to their native 1011(1 niitl for the chirtahlillellt f limeir LertOI of iullisllnbent ; otller tlioiisitiids cail tlinuik 111111 for tile ri'llIiSSioll of Ihile iIId Imprisonment for 1)etty cohlvietloils ; political refugees , Ibot gtlilty of .certnhll leci1letI ) crlme. iflfl1lIOSV go forth 'Witi ! tile pleasimig kiiovledge t'lillt ( lucy are no loilger follo'ed :111(1 : ( tileir every ac- ( iou lbOte(1 by SIhe5 lllflfl3' Wilt ) hiflVC Long hooked iiOlelCSSly tilrouglu lrison lnrs , because of pohiticai olTeiiscs. tvlii go free 811(1 agIllil elIjoy civil rights IC tlbey caii siiuv tileflISelves worthy ; Lite great body of ( IIC Itllsslnfl People will rejoice iii tile remission of arrelr if jaxition : itiitl ( lie reduction of tile 1-intl : tax. Tile granilfatlier of tile present czar tiohisile1 scIfdoln and received ( lie tithe ) t "i'hle Lil)011lt01.Viiflt has 1)0011 loiie fy Nicholas H is Ilot SO great a I 10011 to IliS IeoilO US was ( lie act of inaiIcilatIon lilt it will redotimid to I Its llOfloL' QS a. 1111Cr of iltilnhlIle :111(1 ( eilerOllS instincts. It vIhl COmlnUitl the 0l11111tltlIltiOi ! of the civilized ivorld tntl ought to strellgtliOfl huinl in ( lie re- : trtI of the Russian ie ) ° p1e. If it le itoughit that lie lliigllt hultVt ) hiet'n lilOre IieriI it flithst 1)0 l4'IiIemnlered ) that lilt' oiditIonH of gO'erilihlL'lt ! in Itiisslit hIlt' hot flhe tIlose III 1t1l other coiiiilry auth liSt the policy of its rhhler IlIhist 1)0 ) gtw- i'i'vtI a iiul ti Irecteil i ) circtlhIlSttiICe : 'huiefl exist nowhere else. What liis ) ethi tloiie eilcollragos tIme hope ( lint thut' ztr : viiI Iii tlit cohlist' of t 111)0. Ii ftt' ' c v shah have reOlizeti tue good results 11 f his preseilt UL'titil , lllak1) furtiier Il'Ogr'SS iii shaping his POlICY to the Iirit ) ( If ( lie age almd inlttimlg time govern0 itt-'ittal SyStI'iIb in Ills grt at elulpire liioi't' 11 1LCCCVtlVitii ) hiboilorn ideas. Nichioin I lii Illatlil it good legillning ) amid tilere l leaSOli to belieVe thiitt lie vhhi give Lli'thit'r evitlemice of a tleslrn to b hIb. t i al itiitl Just to hits IIcOile. l'OII t J1fIJflUC ? libJU T4X. Elgilteeli ( leimlocrats In the senate re- ordeit tlnmselves on Tiiesdiy : as iii tsor of an adulItloIlni talc emi ht'erViltie lie saiiio iltlihih)01 of ropiibIlcaiis veiit : II record against Increasiuig tim beer lx.Ve holed It few thays ago that a lItJOEiy ( of (110 ( seulitte tIelilOC1ttH lIre 1St ) iii favor of tiuties on tea 111111 cot- Lt' ? . These lilt ? ( ho sources from viuIchi me tIelihocrills tvoiild uuiise mioro revenlie P1 r ( lie gOS'erllullelit , iili4tt'IttI of imicreiis01 ig oxistimIg tax imr (1Iutiti ( ? ' 1uIcIi % ) tihl ( ftoitl soilie lrotectloul ( ( I 4tlI1t'rIt1ll III- t ( tlHtries uiild Aillerleall 101)01'Fhie re- 01 itiliChhil lloiise Of VelrCseIltlttiVe ) $ 11885011 bill increasing ( lilt los , except emi Hhigar , ti _ ) it'i ceilt aimt'l putting is'ooi oii tIme titlilblo list. Thifl theulIocrats , free sil. 11 repuiiieaIIs iiiitl poithhii4ts ) in ( lie 'miate buried ( his inenstIr amid now toy ntitlaciously irovose illterilal ( axes lid dtllies vhiichi the dcnlocrnts ic- Ised to coilsider wluehi tiley v're tram. ci mg ( lie tireseult tariff law. TIme reiub. ) COIlS 'eiy jflielly ) ) 01)1)080 Pit Huell ropositiomis ilecituso ( lucy wotilti 1)0 cc 'Ithout beilellt to tIle Indtisries ( of tIme ai ) untry 81111 would illipose more taxit- Oil tiiOil. tile people Withiotlt affordiiit. 1' ) itOrtllfltty ( or tile ouuiphoyuiieut fit it 11gb adtlltional vorker in utimy de- lrtult3hlt ot labor. Thu reptibhicaims LIVO fi ( anxious-Indeed , ziioro tO-ltN ( lie ii000rns to irovhle ) ulore tYClltit' , but tc Icy ll0iOS0 ) at tIle 8111110 (11110 to help St ii ) iuidustries 811(1 ( ( lie lulor ) at the dt ) uuitry , Tue tleniocrats and their ithlies otiitl Increasu taxatloll without iii. It. , casiiig tue opporttiuiity of tile vcoide I earn more. The wage camera ought al . . . - - - - - - - - - - ' - - - - - - - - to clearly unhIerln1ltl tills tllffcreuee lii thuo fittitlithe xf'tlip ' two Parties. The \ of time Milwaukee nibti Hock lR1t1hJ rnliwnys sold to ( lie deiegatiohl of3OmYia1Itt btisliiess 111011 HOt loilg itgo 110 tllfferc'iice 110W ( lie bridge ( tiSGil uhighut i > o tiecided by tile federai Mitiiie coirt ( lint nil ( hicy Waitte(1 ( s'ns ; . ictsinii 0110 WI ) . or itit- other. III tiiatoyeiit time Iovit. ntilroatl 111011 woultl lie free to act OS ( lie best . , , NlT luitere.ss ( of tiLblgt1)Itt ( properties illighIt dictate. They ; . gilve the Ouiiitiia COIII- iflittee to timit1cThiitl tllmtt tliert.i was or is no olistiicheIii the way of their en- teriuig the PrO11sei1 lhulloul deiot , whlicil it ; 'ts'ns tiiiilers ( od by tileulI 'otmitI nlsq be oCchhpltnl by ( lie Union Pacille , thItis eititblimlg ( lie Ittvtt lilIes to nbtde by time Colitrilct thildtr Whilcil they are ohIeratllI , traluis illo this city. Tile Uiilon 1'aeit1 receIvers , III their ni1s.c1. tiled Withl ( lie State Board of Tramlsportatloll in tile rate tliscrinllula- tion case ; aver tlllIt the tariff sought to be pitt iiito effect is not liIeqtIthitble or tlliJIlSt to Limmetilil lii ( lISt it gives to tile ilberchmammts' Iocatetl tlit're nil etitifll charge for ( lie trnhiiiporlntion of gotlds vitlm tiitt ; liuiposetl iilOil ) tile fllcrChmUiIts of Onlahmlm. This filet is not dellleti iy ) 0111' frleildt4 lit the state capital w'lio are dnJtyiilg ) ititl seek to perlottimtte ) l'httes vliIeit give thieill an thilfair ativantago over cOlulet itolS iii Ouihnhln. There Is Ito good relsulI : vliy Onlahia sliotilti 1101. ho givemi Withal rates , niitl tllere is no tlohhlt ( lint the cOhlteiltltil of our iier- c'lmallts will be granteti In title COtlrse tf tulle. Just wiutt : ( ii'mieral MalInger Ilobirege S'flitl to PtCShtltuit ) I'erkiit ain'nt the Prolost'l ( tiimion ( lelbt ) anti tIle 1)ettiofl ( of Oullalia ltISilI'SS ) mdl 1108 lIot , aiitl lWOIfltbIY 'viii nol , be recorded. Out of it wIll tOille , according to Mr. llnldrege , a proposltioii froill time road to tile city.V1I1It thui iiropoition inmy it ) is a Illntter of coiijectlhre , ( bough it cail readily be surliiisetl. It lIohmllIless \.lli lutve refereilco to the hi1olly wil lob time Btlrhiulgrohi hIlts already illvestefl in tile LlI.SO1l street Stihlettlre , for wilich tue road may WIlilt to be relnlbursed. Shotlld ( his prove ( rile , a 1Ie % 1)11:181' ) : of time questIon will be Ites1ited ) , suggest. bIg a 1)rOliilc field for diseus.loii. The Coinnierelni club very wisely ttlMliitlOlIt'l Its orlgiiiiii 1)lflui of senthimig a large tiehegittion to Terre 111111(0 ( lii ( jilest of thifl ' 1. ' . 1' A. iIllIOIIILI gatiuer. lug. Tile club decided , : ifter titie con- i4iderlttiOll , to fori4tiinte resolutions fo be carrieti tolt ! rtvelers' : convention 1)3' 'a C0tI11llItttt of one. The iimtturnl tt1vaiitages ofOmnalma amid the fact ( lint thu TranslihLssIshhpi , exIosition wili be hielti iii tills it3' fl 1895 oUgilt to be I4lItlICieIlt iIldtIltr1Ici1t for the traveling ilIehl to COiile ilthe iii itlilIhlIti COflVeiltiolI. 'I'bey kilow lhE , giijI ( thing Wilen they It. see I Tile OXCOSS rainfall for this section of Nebraska ovel the 'iioriiinl lrecliitatlon 511100 MIlrcIl 1-1890 is nearly six IndIes ' ' for the SililId 1)erIocls lii tile years 1894 tilti 1S ) coinliiuithl. ' % Vitil tills iiio1stiiit iii tile grounl there will be 1ittle danger I of injtiry to crois bY flli spoil of drotithi tilat is likely to Come.Vltli ItS iluicli I L.itIiI dthring the relllIliiling lnonils as 1 iti1er Inst year or tile year iefore ) , 1)0(11 ) ( Dl : which ' ( 'llF5 WOIC eXCOitioilally ( il'y , I the success of ( lie CrOpS of Nebraska for 1SUG will 1)0 1103-Cud 1)era(1vellture. Douglas colility has just paid over to the state trelsiiry : iiearly .6OOOO. it is Itly a 1)trt : of ( lie ti iinite tIle. Irnopie of r this cotiiity 1)IIY for ( lie flitiuitellailce : of tnte goverlllnemit. pile ) ' ILIC footiin. a urge slitre of tile cost of state IIyititu- ions , while our calmly lmosIitnl coiltalimS C 1111113' ilIsalle lCrSOIlS s'huo long ago ilOhiil ( have boyii ( luartereci in one or : lie otiler of tue 4tItte , nsyltiimms. It IN % Yoik ' ' 'I'litt Coiiiifs. t CIIe-Democrat. t Ta trouble with the sound money demo. rtta is that they tand off and talk ahnt r ho jldticO of their cause , willie the free I. ilverites iitch iii and elect the delegates. t Co11 Conifort EIticrVuy. . Minneapolis Times ( deni. ) Senator Vest saye tile democracy cannot arry a slnzlo southern or western state on . gold IiattQrmn. Assistant Secretary 11am- c In iays that not a IiigIe northern atato can 10 carrIed by the 3eniocrats on a sliver latform , 011(1 there you are. It may be tided that the party that otraddhes the a ecston this trip wpn't get any states at ii . p - - - b 'I'he ( ill rft.y l'vaoter. C lit. 14018 itepobmic. g Colonel Alex ilogeland , superintendent of II lie floys' and Girls' Home of Nebraska , U , ants t iiavo a cUrfew law passed iii this ' ity. Next wo will liava an application ( or d lie appoiiltment. of beadles 111111 the reatora. a Ion of tlio inppy coinlitton of things which a , lichens so graphically describes. Chlidren al ave rjghta , amid iarent have even greater a lgmitu over ( heir own children than any h rgantzation , however hiupiano. - , S 4- Doinlil 0 ( ( 'Ii Jy One Il.zi , Kansa city Star. Not tile least rgiTj < abie feature of the wa state democratic platform is Its utter s lonca Oil the democratic doctrIne ot a tariff ir .revcntuo , In that tIme-honored imocratle vrlnclplo Ik au implied rocognl- on that erotoeti9rI& _ to ho a permanent iIcy , for tile riaMQrw. favors "a secretary r labor. whose ( lutTtt-shall ho in all cavei , tariff protected Industries to ascertaIn hat share of the eqbinced prIces of proSi clod artices is u.1Lli to omployes. " The II iades of Thionias Qitirsr'll and of Sanueh a Tildon would iiovkrrecognlze this Iowa ci atform ac a deciaratj of thio prlnclplo9 of .0 party of WlhiC1r1ley wore leaders when Icy were on thismttml. _ thi - = -4 in 'l'Iicre Is . , , a Ni' 1t.1,1le ( rniii,1. I'hitiat1emtITtar'1mes ( dem. ) The money ISU'bJt taken shape before 10 AmerIcan peoujlthat forbide any mId- lo round bePwokc4ot hotiest and a dfs- naat flnancial ayJji. imperious neces- Lie ! arising froin linxorable , condItions impel the people at kli. government to d - do whether they will maintain the money andard that lies been recognized In thIs untry slnco tile foundation of the republic , ar Id that is today recqgnzed by every civil. iI atioa of the world1 or whether they will N ) back to ( ho cheap money ! tandartl of the j seiII.cIvIiized natlone , agan and : os The national conventiom of 1896 that. does ic ) t declare distincthy in favor of the gold ( a andard of value Bubstantlally declares In ' Lyor of the free coinage of eiiver amid ( ho 2gradatlon of our circulating medium to 10 oliver standard of value. The piatat run that does not dec'are ' for ( ho gold nc andard declarco against It ; and If it is km me tn ambIguous phrases , such as cheap th illticlana amid mean ambition have emat eyed for several years to mislead people , bt means only that cocardica and hypocrisy be 0 blended with a purpoo to tietroy public to id private credit. and bring convuleion upDfl P 1 the great Interet of tlo nation. at ltllZittPiS 1tiSTitlC'1'iON. - MIlwaukee Sentinel : A more quostionata'o provision of the bill is that which relates to laborers who come into the Umiited States for temporary work , returning to their homes when the working season Is over. It mity ho popular , but It will ho dlmeult of execution , and tenil to ili-feehing along ( ho border and to the adoption of retaliatory mea'ures. Springfield Repubilcan : The truth Is that after the vicious nII4 defectlvo classes of emigrants , naIl those lIkely to become N public charge , have been excludcd , ilttio Shore reniains to ho done beyond strength- cuing ( lie safeguards of eltizelIsihip through strict nnturnulzatlon laws. It Is chiefly In loosely drawn nnd loosely ontorced condi. . tlons of nt1niisslo to citizenship that Iiimi- gration threatens ( lie stability of domestic Institutions. There is time place to fiPPIY restrictions tipon aliens In behalf of the social nuid political welfare of the country. St. Louis Itepimblic : Call the United States afford to OXCilitlO fronh its domtnlans a muon Wile may IuOSSOSI nil ( lie ( lunhlties which go to make worthy cltizensiiip except edtm- cation ? There are men in this country today who hiavo barely smieceedeil In learning - ing to write their names and who are nevertheless among time most enterprising citizens In ( ho comintmnitlcs in whIch they live. Fdticatton , exccedlng'y ueeful , exceedingly - coedingly miesirable , one of the greatest advantages - vantages of civillzathon , is not necessarily oil ulcinemit of success in life , nail Its ab- scenco Is not iiccessarliy an CiolnemIt of want of success. Providence Joturmini1 Tin' McCall bill ml- posing fin eilucatlonal test on lmiitnigrauits has a good chance of passluig the senate a'so before - fore ndjomurnuuieuit. It Is a comnparatlvely hiarmiooa , hut not a partIcularly desirable incatnire. As already pointed out in tlbCO ! colunhns , it. rculres moro of nilcuis than we have been acciistomiiotl to require of natIves , amid It Iu only by accident that It may keep otit 001110 of the more objoctionahia class of Initnigramits. It CflaCtlIIeiit , however , will probably do no special harm , thotugh It this sort of reatrictiomi had been applied ( real tlio beginning It vould tlilquestloilably have deprived - prived ( ho coumutry of somno of its inosl uee- ( U ! amid reputabo citizens. Chicago Chironlclo As to the cductional qualification for residomico In this lamid of ( lie free" anti ° asytiin for the oppree(1 of all hands. " It vIil ho ob.sorved that It Is ro- qtmired of males oniy between certain ages. Female illiterates of all ages are welcome. So ere all arnie Illiterates under 16 and over 60 years old. So also , by epeclai provisIon , are time parents of foreigners already here or who may hereafter ho admitted. The theory seems to be that a fomnalo iilitorato is less baneful to the body politia than the male IllIterate because In most states she does not vote. But hio has to do with the odmicatlon of her offepring qmllte as much , perhaps. as ( lie nian , and , indeed , more in tlio first ( ow years of tile chiiid' ilfe. 1 liU'I'LEIt'S AXTI-liONl ) HI New York Times : 'rho bill Is flat reputhia- ttoii. The government has not revenue eflohigIl to meet its OX5CIISC by sonic $30- 000,000 a year. It Is bound In honor and by law to pay all legal tender notes In gohi on demand. Indianapolis News : The men at WashIngton - Ington do not seem to understand the effect of their fooiish talk on time business of the country. The mere fact that such a bill could get a hearing In ( ho senate Is ni menace to business interests. Detroit Free Pre.cs : It is extremely fortt. nate that the country is fortIfied against pop- ullam ; thrice fortunate that Butler. clamoring - ing for the prohibition of bonds in thio senate , and fllowar(1 , shrieking for the impeachment of tile pre.ident in the house , are despbead amid rejected ot all sensible lawmakers in congress. Chicago Tribune : The pasnigo of such a bill by the senate would make Eurocans more doubtful than over of the financial future - ture of this country. It might make it more difficult for Mr. Cievoland to negotiate another - other loan , and certainly would make It a more expensIve operation. Manufacturers would be even moro reluctant thami they are hOW to turn out goods which they may be paId for Iii "cheap" inonc. Chicago ChronIcle : The propcwal Is that rIot another bond shall be issued under ( lie resumption act without the renewed consent ) f congres't. If a audden raid is mafia on the Lreasury gold the secretary of tile treasury I Thall have no power to protect or replenish I It. What Is that but the act of a dishonest bankrupt ? What Is it but a ivanto'l and I rascally rofural to perform the contract made I when the resunlption act was passed ? \\'l.at Is it bmut 'plain , bold , open repudiation ? " Vhat Is It but "anarciiy and infamy ? ' rho infamy Is cbvlous to every honest minI. I Chicago Times-Herald : The Butler scheme ) Ut-HcrOds Herod in its wicked oniloavor to irlng the finances of ( lie United States to a tllver basis. Its success would be tanta. fount to a repeal of the specie payment esumptioui act. It would practically divest I ho government of the power to redeem the reonhaclus or other demand notes in coin if any sort because , as Senatoi Hill lucidly ontondu , with a constantly IncreasIng dofi- : it and a small stock of coin the tlmo vould soon come when there would be meither gold nor sliver in the treasury with hiIchm to redeem notes. ChIcago Iost : The senate may pass this mill. Unfortunately , tile populist-free-silver- oimiage senatorial combination never seems 0 enjoy itself unless It. plays tue role of I. he brigand and holds the government by I lie throat. These people know that the first a esult of such a law would be a run on the Ii reasury , and when the mresident appealed a 0 congress they could refuse to consent to o fly , formn of bond save uchi as secuiretj liver. But the house of represemitatives vihl never be cajoled or bullied Into saneii ionlng a deliberate violation of ( lie public , omitracts of the United States , and , even t it could descend to ( lint infamy , Mr. loveland stands as a rock In defense of It ational honor , Philadelphia Telegraph : The situation s ftor the consummnatiomi of thIs act would U tanul a follows : The government cannot 0 ay its debts except by selling bonds ; no C ends shall ho Issued except by couent of O ongress ; no consomlt shall be given by con. ross to ( lie issue of more bonds. The trea- ti ry lies not money enough to meet its obhigi- Ions and shall not be permitted to borrow , ci hero can b but ono result from euch ccii. JI itloiis-namiuely , national bankruptcy , When 5 ( eked how this result could possibly he ci voided the advocates o the bill cynically JI lawered that. thio treasury could supply its 8 eetlui by 'eoining tiio seignlorago. " That iii I , avoid In'obvoncy by theft. The treasury li ball net borrow money , but imuay steal it , ol uchi Is the ethics of ( lie Butler proposition , JroJtdtcl lio1is. - S ] t'iinhii itIIeI'N 'Vriliii' dO 1iO Idol of em flit. Slmverltt's. WasiiIngton Correspondence Chicago Becorti , ft Senator Allen says that 'horace Jioies is t me greatest man that. lie over know , "j'g a 7) wyer , " ho continued , "I know of no one al renter , Ito lisa tile clearest imiethod of cx- ssing himself that I itmiow of in any man , e cannot ho called an orator , and yet it Ia am foregone conclu.cion how a case vjhi be deIii dod if lie is to make ( hue closing address to P 0 jury. As wd say out wecm ( , ho can raiee bt 10 hair on the jury amid keep It raised , His md Is of great strength and scope. lIe has ( singular power of analysis , Ha is an. au- a lutely honet man and perfectly pure , lie ( a So just in his nature that he could not be te flair to either friend or foe , I mb not be- as ave lie knows oven the taste of whisky , ia Icr or tobacco. When I knew him lie was niarkably abstenuiaus and trugah. I don't gr ye upposo ha ever iore a suIt of clothes that ; st over 30 , and yet. ho is always dressed Ith scrupuiou , neatness anti care , Although th ci65 years of ago , ho Ia of fine physique Id generally in splendid health. lie is not a itivo lowami , but omill5ratcd from Buffalo , . y , Wealthy ? Yea , for that country he Is. 0 has been a lawyer all his life and has - med large toes. lie must bQ worth at ast 00,00O or 300,000 , lie use a large rm of 2,500 acres and a line home at 'a t cr1 00. ' "Is he a pollticianV' "Not iii any eense of the word. lie keeps troaat of the current thought , but lie knowa thiIng of the machinery of politica. lie iew absolutely nothing of a campaiga at a time ho wa nominated for governor , I tver heard him make a political speech , it if lie Is as good on ( ho sumnp as ho Is fore a jury lie must swoop everything be- To him , lie ii altogether a 111511 of the ople. . and it is no yonder that ho Ia so rong In lila own state , " l'rC18lNnM or ivmitt'-u.v iihl. Cinclminati in4uirer : " . % ntl am you really thuG gantlemmmn whn : wrItes those funny thimuge for time miiotnlng paper ? ' ecked ( lie In- gentiomi. gIrl , "I fill , " atimltteul ( ho humorist , wIth as numt h niotlesty ft hicu cot'lcl command , 'Thiery is ono thing I wc'ild like to know. What makes you put ( lie ihaiuue of somno other paper after ( lie very funniest ClICO ? " Chicago I'ost : "This bleycli' fever Is a monomanIa , isn't It , doctor ? " 'in somno cases It scorns to be. " "And monomania Ia closely allied to In- sauilty , I It not ? " "It Is. ' " 'eil , thou , would you cell a bicycle crank a % ictini of temmiorary InsanIty , recurrent. Insanity - sanity , or-or-what ? " "I think it would be moro appropriate to call him a victim of cIrcular insanity : don't you ? " Pittshiurg flia'patch : ° Yes , " saId the principal - cipal of the young ladle ? seminary to the proud parcilt , "yoti ought to be very happy , my dear sir , to be ( ho father of so large a family , all the mnenibers of which scent to hose so (1eVOtVI to one another , " "Large famllyb Devotedi What on earth do you meami , ma'anu ? " "Why , yes , Indeed , " said the prIncipal , beamIng through her glaa'cs. "No less than eleven of Gtusslo'a iirotimers have been hero this winter to take her otit slelgriding , and she tells me ohio expects the toil one Witil the blno eyes again tomorrow. " ChIcago Tribune : The great hotel was crowded niud the newly married couple who had jmist. arrived from RIsing Still hind been compelled to take nvartnicuhts on tile four- teonthi floor. The fair young bride ptit her hicati out of the wiuidor to take a look at the city , but quickly drew It itt again. "It's no use trying to keep it secret , acorge , " he raid with a biush and a pout. "Everybody has found us out already. There's a hand organ down the street play- lag the ' \'eddIng Marchih' " Indianapolis Journal : "is there any par- ticuhar nervous complaInt connected witll your professIon ? " 'tsked the Cheerful idIot of time rifleman. "There Iii the tennis arill , ( ho bicycle taco and the base ball arni. and I thought there might ho something of the sort among you gunners. " "No , " said ( lie rifieniaii , "Nothing of the sort. " "It is very queer , " said the Cheerful Idiot , thoughtfully. "I didn't suppose you could hIt time target without taking sharpshooting pains. " harper's flazar : "Sinco my damighter has given her consent , Mr. Sutor , " saId ( lie Old Man , 'l am Inclined to IonIc with favor upon your stilt. But I must first be satisfied as to your financial condition and prospects. Would you be prepared , no' , to lend me , I shy $100 ? " "No , sir , " answered the young man. "Fifty ? " "No. ' "Toil ? " "No. " " ' ' "Five ? Mr. Sutor wavered slightly , but answered iii tile negative , as before. "Take her , my boy ! " saId tim Old Man. vainly striving to conceal his emotIon. 'Tlc her , and God bless you ! You've got. a lbt more sense than I thought you had ! " Detroit Free Press : A cynical humor had caught tIle philosopher when his youngest soil imlquired : Did you over read Ansop's fablea ? " t " " "Yes , "Things are very different now from what tihey were when Acoop was allve , ' "Very. " 0 "lie couldn't get blrda and other animals d to talk now , could ho ? " a "No , my boy. The only thIng outsIde of r ( lie human race that talks now is money. And It is generally too busy looking alter its own affairs to give much good advice , " WashIngton Star : The Cuba correspondent rushed indignantly up to the Spaniab general and saId : "It'a an outrage ! " "To what do you rotor ? " "The fact that you expel these other correspondents - respondents and give them the benefit of all ti Lhmi notoriety that attaches to ( lie proceed- lag and make an exception of me. " "It was an oversight , I assure you. You thali he expelled tomorrow. I don't want it hi o be said that we have at any time boon loflclont In the courtesy due. the press. " Cl Iloston Transcript : "Talk of preeence of mind , " said F'ogg ; "did I ever tell you of Puilyhard , the dentist ? No ? Well , ho was b : lawn in Florida , and , falling into tile river , ne of the biggest alligators you ever saw undo for him. In an Instant poor Pullyhard was In tile reptile's jaws , and In another a noment ( lie life would have been crtislmecl ) Ut of him , LInt when Puilyhard saw the w reaturo's teeth he pullel out a probe lie al- says carrIes s'itlm him , and , pressing it into ho 'gator's gimina he asked : 'Do you feel lint ? ' Of cour.'e the reptIle screamed with ca ain , and of course he spat Puhlyhard out as iulck as lie would a hot potato. " jtm sli.vHIL AN ! ) SECEtSSION. Kansas City Star : Mr. Belford Is as florid ml speech. as he is careless in metaphor , amid bli t may be sahi that he doesn't really meami ny harni by lila thmroat of e000ssioll. lie S as full of patriotism as an egg is of meat , nd far too amiable to engage in war wIthon Ut cause , lialtimnoro Sun : The people of time United c1 itates went to war in ISGL to preserve the on ategrity of ( lie union , but it now that aim ecesslon would be an easy price to pay for oparation from that class of citizens who sic rant to bring us to a silver basis. If they ng to be reduced to ( lie condition of the outhi American republIcs , serhaps they j liotuld hmavo the opportunity to bring about Nt heir own degradatIon , unleai , Indeed , it Is hr duty to prevent our weak brethren from Ciii onimnlttlng suicide In a busIness say , juit S the law restrains persons ot unsound ibid ( rein kiliIn them8eivos by detaining . ' em in asylums. in' Now York Sun : People In tluis part of ( lie untry would not taice very seriously 11011 , sines B. lelford's threat of secession and a } -cent-doliar republic if the public memory ji bout pubilo men were not so short , lion. to ames I3uccplialus Boltord of Colorado Is mrcely remembered at the east , and yet it hoc I not more than ten or twelve years since liii 13 WO a figure of natiomial importance , and ic of ( lie most. startling objects iii time un's collection , There was a ( line whoa 0 was better kuown throughout ( lie union % ian Colonel Abe Siupsky himself , That , of ) urso , was before tue star of Colonel Abe lupaky lint ] risen very far above tim east- m horizon. Chicago Chronicle : Bx-Congressman Jiol- C rd , known as ( lie "roti-lieatlod rooster of me itoelclos , " turned himself loose before a enver audience the other night and roared out "oa.stern goldbugs and plutocrats" amid out. a new silver republic to result from to secession of everything west of the ' lesissippl and between thu Mexican gulf id republic and British Columbia , And as A a roared seceeslon ( Ito crowd roared ap. 'oval , This iilay seem just now to have en an event. of small moment. But it Is a rectiy legitimate incident of an economic Leery and system under which classes are vorad by legislation , TIio Denver secesL 011 yell Is tllat oT an interest which line 1' lied to get all it. demnamidod under ( lila aye- in. As protectionism takes on a sectional poet time danger that the yell will material. Li in another attempt at socossiomu grows j eater. Timis system which arrays one lfislm and greedy interest againat another in Y mai4ing ( rein govermoent licenses to prac. e extortion-this system of scrambling for T 0 spoil of one or another mode of pro. 5 ctlon-i8 today time source of greatest peril c the republic. It cannot. too soon be torn j' I and cast. out , root and branch , _ _ _ _ _ - - - _ _ _ _ _ I'IltSOX.ii. tJi ) lTitliiI'TSi , Alhhouglh ( Michigan hiss no taborite eon , lightalmig struck III cloven slaces Iii one / town , the other day. Nobody hurt. ' hinperor William has $2i0,000 worth of orders , aermnaum amiti foreign , 'SVhen he travei ho carries $160,000 worth of them in a safe. CrIapi's hove for hiti miaimghter Is ( lie only feeling which divIdes hI , ' devotiomi to Italy- all other ronianco ho lived through anti buried ill hIs earls' nianimood. The queen of 1ngIantl reeeive from tIme clvii list 60,000 a year , or $300,000 as ash- STY , anti ( hero are extensive provisions made for house room , vrovisloiis , and servants , liesides this the queen has a vcry large irlvato income. Willard C. Goups of hlartfortl , Comma. , hmaa tinoarthed an important doctinient In tii ( 'Imapo of a deed sIgned by Jefferson Davis. Thme detl records the transfer of land at harper's Ferry in 1857 by Jefferson Davis to tile father aild uncle of Willard C. Gotmps. The name o.f time new assieian ( cominis- alomler of pilteilts is Napoleon Jaclcsomi Te- cuinseit 7)5110. It is related that when Limicoin signed ida cotmlmnlsiomi as brlgadiei general lie wrote iii the full hOme amid remarked marked ( list it "would certaInly frighten ( lii omlemuly , " The thmrhillng bank robbery recently ro. ported front Buffalo , Ill , , turns out to ho ( iii work of ( lie cashier. i1 tliepceed of $10,001 of ( ho bank's funds , botmuid and gagged idnu- self , anti evolved the story of beiuig held tm by two bicycle searchers , lie Is iiow wiliiIi to take a lesson in judIcIal scorchIng , It is but a short time since James M. \Vaterbmiry , Prealtiemlt of tue Cordage trust , ans rated at $ S,000,000 , and gave an nillatour circus emitertainmiient costing about $100,000 , at which time wine cost $14 pci' bottie A few days ago lIe testlfieti in court that his Wife was stipportlumg him , buying his clothes , and that his trousseau was limited. A mami hanginir by ( ho neclc thirteen tlnyt , and nIglIta wan the attraction at a Montttlartru ( I'arls ) cafe recently. Thu doctors , how. ever , stoppetl ( ho performiianco at tlm emitl of the fourth tiny , ( lie luau beimig In a critt- cal condition. ills name Ic lurand , Ito attained notoriety sommit , timuio ago by stand- lag oil a pedestal at Marseilles for twemity- eight consecutive days. There Is at least ono successful Irisimnimin in Spain. lie iva.a Vt'ihliamn ? , Iurphiy whmeil 1w left the iimneralit iile , but. is now his excellency , tile CoumIt dl Morphi , lirivate secretary to time queen regent of Spain anti chimtniborlaimt to King Alfonso XIII. lie is a graiidee of the first ciass ; ho is known as a mnmmicai composer , amid huts published a sommta and several minor ideces , Colonel Henry Wattersoml was shocked al. most to silence by a processiomi of bifur. cateti garments emi wheels in I'aris , "Oh , Lord , the wheelwomenl" ho exclaims in a letter to ( lie Courier-Jotirnal , "Ion't ask nie to describe tibia. Don't expect it , I lust can't , you know. I hare sonic regard tor the boys at home. I am mielhier a \\'iI. haul llogartii nor a Paul iolarocime , anti , esides , I know what time quality of mercy S. But I do contend that there bioomners a the BoL do Iloulogne-l" Mayor Plngreo of Detroit has conic out in aver of timilforin paroemiger rates on rail- ends. iii a letter to time railway omnployes , ttlio held a meeting at Jacksomi , Mich. , emi lumiday , he said : "There liould be a 1101- ormn rate per iiiilo or travel in ( lie tnte , vhether ( lie maui who rides has $20 whIch La can spare or not. The agent of a Now eric importing house selling goods to Mieli- gan merchants pays 2 centS a mile because 0 has $20 with which to buy a 1,000-mIle lcket. TIle Anierican ineelaamiic , whose vages have boon cut down by the sale of ho iniported goods which ( ho agent of the mporting house rolls , Is comnpelieil to pay cents per mIle to attend time fumierah of is mother , who may happen to live lilIan- tImer towtl , I am OIIOSCtI ) to making the latinction , Both should be siaced upon II equal footing. I ask for one no more lghts than for the other. " ' 1'OlNT11) 1'LBASAN'I'RICS. Judge : The man who stole a ladder batted that he hind only taken steps to iake a little money. Philadelphia Amerlcamu : She-I imave often 'antlered what the \hii ( waves are sayIng. Ile-Jutlgintr from their roar I should say toy svero joining in tue gonerah kick agalmist ie high 1)rlce at thisresort. Truth : Wyld-Tliey say Mrs. Enpec treats ur husband 111cc a dog , Dyer-Worse , she doesn't even exhIbit urn. urn.Texas Texas Sifter : The tailor hopes to sue- ed by clothes attention to huslnea. harper's Baznr : Gcsslppy-Tliere's ono ilng , Wiggins ; I never talk behInd a man's clc. Wiggins ( dryly-I suppose not , You have I get in fromit in order to buttonhole liizui. Philadelphia flecord"Uncle : Bob , what Is P't1estrimtn ? " "Why , hie' the follow who makes a 'row hen a bicycle runs over him. Indianapolis Journal : "Your mmmc , sir ? " ilceti the judge , "Joimn Doe " said tile fliflil who had been ught steaitmig a loot of hurenti. "Urn-D.o.e or D.o-u-g-h ? " asked ( lie dge , WashIngton Star : "Biylcina is the most oiiest man I ever saw ! " said a friend of a. a.'What makes you thInk so ? " "I never yet heard him claim that the cycle lie rIdes is tile iiet on ( lie market. " omnerviiie Journal : Every editor will tell lu that just because cc girl is a rioemn her- If , it isn't at nil certain she can write Le , Thlcngo Trihune"Stauitl : bacic ! " cx. iimed tue friend of ( lie mmmii s'iio was down ) ie ground , "Stand back and give him , , nd the bystanders nccornmodaIngiy ) Od hack , while ( lie miiami who was down ( lie groumid calmnly vent OmI pummiping up I rear ( ire. fltlinnniOliS Journal : l'roflss0r Potterby- I birtl of pre' ilmimi the gift of song , rerrla , 'IS-'Jhie oitl boy ought to meet a arus gIrl omico , , Vnehington Star : "Do man dat lila's 'is a conversatIon too well , " 85111 Uncle Fhen , inerally gits Cr chance soonab or later ter nopolizo the histeriimi' , " Thlcngo itecorti : 'Lucile is very seilti. ntal , isn't ime ? " 'Oh , very ; elm learneti to ride a wheel it because Mile wanted sommie scars to carry her grave. " ttchison Ghoiio : Wlmemi a girl's pocketbook tics fat anti bulicy you cami bet she lien her ndlcercimlet imi it , TJII NE\VH1ONATION. i'ii iiadeim'hia I 'ret , ro will all be shortly flying Phromlgim tii , ' voidH demuied to man ; erodroniIcally vying In the blue enipyrtmin , viii extend otir invitation For a Iltmter 'rotimitl the stars , r nil evening's ( Ilteillumition With , Amiclmorneda or Mars. S C4t3ll'AiG ? .itiVICJI , , Washingtunfitar. Viien carpIng critics come to ask Concerning your opinions. ntl make suggestIons on tue task Of ruiing tlite dominlonut , 0 answer all tiiey have to say 'Would be a waste or powder , ust greet them in a kIndly way And iimivo ( lie band play louder. end torehlght cohorts marching by ; ct dazzling rockets gIld thu sky ; ass 'round ( ho andwicheti and ) It ) , And let ( lie band PimlY louder. TItil genial bow and placid brow And bonhomie otileinh , eclare your attItude jtiat. flow hI ( ltiIe mion.prejutliciiml. ou're glad they called-just tell thorn that No rail could make you prouder ; hen murmur IilatiUd iil ma. And have the lanti play louder , urprlse thorn with ( lie grand display r ciUls iii uniform ! so gray ; eli thlonI tiio earth now ( urns your way , And let the band play louder , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I , , . Highest of d1 in Lcavcxing Power-Latczt U S. Gov't Rcport RoYal Bald ng n Powder 4soLurELv PWE "