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: TI1E O \ I A1Y ] I3lI. ; C 1t I ; l'A'r : Il L'Jt , r. _ PUI.hIRJ1I4D i tltY ] tofN1NU. T1 IIM9 01' sU1 ; CltTI'1'10N , 1lnlly flee ( WIthcut aunday ) One Ytru , . . . . . $ s M ] malty fl.e and Sunday , One Vent . . . . . . . . 1t' al SIx monthu . . . G ( ) 9nrec riohtha . . . 2f0 nunday IS.n , One'l'ent , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , tG ) pxturday tJee , One sear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l % . . . $ Ilee , One Year. . . . . . . . . . s OFFICES : Omaha , Thn ere Tlutldng ( , touth Omalm , singer ntk ( nt. N and 2lth Sts. Council ttlnrrs , la North ylnln Street. Cnhngn Ofllce , t17 Chatnber of CUInntCfee , New Ynrk , Ilnotne , 12. 11 and 1. Tribune Idg. ! woehington , 1147 P Street , N , W. Co tilt ISsl'ONft NCla Alt enmmuntcnttnns relating to news and edl tonal matter elinuld be addreeted : To the Ldttur nlstN1SS : L1TT1atS. 11t Iuxinees I tters and Iemillnnces ahmdd be nddreeaed to The Bee I'nblixhlni ( } nnrtfY , Omaha , trntte. cheeks And ; Nast ° ttlee nrdere to be made paynhte to the order of the cemPanY. TIIL ( tai 1'UIILIS111NU COy1PANY. STATilLNT OF UIItCUf.ATION. r tnte of Nebrnetal ] ) ougtne county. i UA.rgo It , Txschutal , eCcretnry of The Bee Pob' llahing company , b. Inq duly eworn , eaye that the actual nmnler of lull and enh i.I'to ' e.qtee 1)t mho 1)ally Moudng , Evening end sunday lire prlnlel durtng the aotttlt of Mny , 1U6 , woe Ox follows : 1 15.912 lr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 1 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 19,259 n.,1 14 . . . . . , 1. . . . 19,2,19 1V. . , . . . . . . 1,711 t , . , . , , , , . , , . 1LlC1 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IR.Ci2 C. . . . . . . . . . . . . , 19,1ay 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. d'3 ' 7. . , . . . . , 14.057 " 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iAi11 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.2JO 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " 1siC7 a. . . . . . . . . , 1s,141 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ta.1e5 lo , . . . . . . . . . . la 1Tti 211. . . , IDsC ti . . . . 13 : : ; t : h' . . . . . . . . . . . 19H21 J2 . . , . . . . , . , . . 19,2o ? 27. . . . . . . . . . . 1O,2lo J3. , . . . . . . . . 11.119 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2t U / . . . , . , . . . . . . , , 19,1,9 " 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " 2C9 5. . , , ls,2ll 3) , , , . . . , , , , , , , 19,7G1 Total , G49SO2 Lees dattjethnr for uneotd and roluttied cnpre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C,9' N t esres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t42f79 Net dally nverage 14.797 OROff1 : B. T7. CHUCK Sutn"erlbwat In uq presence and sworn to before me tldx let day of Junr \ , D. 1RU5 , ( Seal ) WIT.t.tAM Si Nolnry Public. My enmmleslon exptres December 14 , 1)0. A there day couvpntiin--will ( the other nnrlips be Bblt' to do as w'e11 ? Somp nu'u can shed tears upon the Hlightpst pro ocalIOII. It \ 8S ptt't ; Of the ph1J. , \ 11(1 ( Seuntor Pettigre\v , too ! Tfov will South Inkotn republlCnuS possibly get along \vilhout hint ? luii 1S w as the nuniversnry of the bllttie \\'fttcl9hn. . , Tune IS w'ts else iht'5tlerlOO of 1110 flee silver mea hl the resolutions fit St. Louis. One of 111e 1Paoill ; Ipteslious of the hour IS. llid St. Louis Sttreectl iu getting back the 0knt'J it volunteered to put up to get the couveitlnlt located throe ? It was the Irony of fate that ono of t the bolters \ \ hO left tie St. Lotll u con- v iitiou because it would not pronounce for free silver bore the name of Clove. Inn(1 , Tt is well to reuuvuhpf that the silver ntlullhg states bare no greater projmr- tlnuato rpprosertntOit jh tlto electoral college thine they blue ht the untionuI I no0jnctting cmlentlnns , IJ ] Iuhg CIathg lots 1)0011 bnngiitiing - \vItil Ile enypt'r(1r 0f Gornnuty ( l7ulperor ' \\iIIInin ewIdontly il'Ifeve4 that he who lens ts a friend last b I a d s leis frlaulsliP most. ] f the eugn'r'(1r of Gerhultiy does nut conuteract Ilie effects of the ] htssian pnlpOr ( ) r's rpceut ho pItellly It will nut he his fault , 5nd 111 the nhvulw hile 1J isvhled and lIBCl its if ho were royalty itself. 7'he republican St i I o OI1rpiItIoh that 5OlocleIl the Nebrnslut delC'gutIon to St. Louis adopted t'OSOhlltoIS Ieelarhlg ex- pllehlly against ii ( to 1 free silver coin- age. In sit Pportlu g tilt sound nmhpy platform Plante Peter .1aasen , Nebrasl a's represehthtlye on the cnuunitiee on resolutions - lutions , only follood the lines hudi- ented in the Instrttctious which he carried - ried w'jtli hlun. In the overshadowing excit00Bmt over polltcal (1evelopments the loss of the Castle line steauter Irummontl Castle \vllh nearly 20 persons , Passengers : tad crew , off the Buy of Ihiscay hits scarcely rcthd ( not ( ( . It is a cataslropie heart-rcudi0g in Its nyhglitude n11d parrying - rying grief Io iuadroil s of homes , 'l'ie sinking of this vessel will be recorded : uuloag the great allshaps at sea of the year 1590. It ha remarked that the Old-tbnO lpad t'rsVC'e not present lu St. Louis in ntun- l hers as of yo'e and ihnt the uetlye v ( ) tic WIs : perfoenled largely by ii e\\ 11110 lu the antoanl cotllelis 'Phis uiy 1 i POhBjly be true. Itnt it only oenuM- Hhntes the c.\p811si . eupss 111(1 vltalitJ of the rejuuillcau party nud Pto cS thtt : Bo I 1111111 or set of noel is aeeessnry to the Coil tlnonnec of its stahllity. 'chit repub- . licutlt Pnefy n'lll ' lone survive Its o'lginal fUlllldel'S , Senntar'I'llrple of iii(1Illi has s'rltlout j a letter nnaotluelug that hevihl nut ppr- ndt his nlune to he 'onsldelt'd in col. nation vItlt oho demncrathe presiocnljal 110111 Iii all1111 , Spuiu11Ur 'l'lltill lC lard i1L' 131010 than a m im i render , Nluudy ) 0150 I Heeuys in lhi'o hnn\vu that auybudyvns couslderlug the 118111(1 Of the ludiaua stntpsnnul hl cnnht'etnuwllh the choice 1 ( 0f the ( thlrugo ( Oil e0tiolt for a standard - ard bearer 1't' the democratic patty. . Tury bribery has become oeel(1edly ' uhpup ti0I i0 tills net'k of woods. The Hotlpnce passed upon 1nrr ( ) ( luup In the dlstrlet court Is not a w hlt too se- \.o tO. The prhsnniir Ito ( only 1eservt.y the punhshOB'nt , but the PpOally lie 0ntet Hu tier stands out as a lvnruing to pro. c fessinunl Jury llxel.y autl prnspeetie i bribe-Iiikees vvlilei ally Cause tbcu 10 hesitate sv hest tenlptud to corrupt jurors In the courts of this county. I'nhlie sen lh tent \vlll eBlorstJ the aellou of the 10unty attorney Ili convicting ( i i f It III ! the Juogthou ut Of the court ht doI I a II niig the luensurt of jut ulsiulont. 1 'J'b0 citlzeas of ICultll county , ht their contest ewer the grunt ( lt'y dit'h ( to old 1 ( the hulloing of which Ibey were ! n reigled Into votblg bonds , nro u\\'ardpo 1 tIto ditch. ' 1'llo ii len \vio concoct oil do I wnlult'rfnl HciomO lung ngo got ai ny with tllo nuuey. AS thou dry ollch can t he of uo earthly use and them ttlt no prospects of ever get hug a strcauu of a outer turned Into il , thin only tllblg tq 1 Ito doua vlth It is to fesre it la and presetvo ! t OR a rcnbuler (1f ouu of the 1 most bare fOecil ( 'olds ever perpetrated )11 u cvcdulous counnuslty. , II1 I ? ' II' I I L MI ; IV. ' , \Yh u a man who t tts spent thirtyflvo of the best years of his 11fo In Ito service of a hohltleal pnrly deellla ! t necessary as a consclentlons duty to sever his relations wllh that party-that means somethlhg-- i\'orld Ilerald \Pheu a alms wise Is ( m the rnliged edge of roIIucment frail ullice ( uutiles over 511(1 Julhs the oppnSlte party it atw ays illeauis so111tthlilg. henry \l. Teller's terht uls t'hlted Slates senator front Colorado Is ill ) (111 tuutchi : t. 1S)7 ) , 511(1 he huts not yet peen r-0lpeted. , flue snnle applies also to Senator Dubois of Idaho. These men are uosv trvilg to play the role by tvhtlchV'hillaut ? l. Sletvnrt niuBlged tO succeed' ' llhust 1' as senator ( rout' Nevnda two years ago 1)y proclaluthtg hds cpuveralon to popnlisnl. Slelvlu't is 0110 of the I'neilie ( 'vast ilillnnaireseho lonh Money only on gold notes and thtr- lug this aIt : dlScr'IlltCI ( the greenback irutil utlLered strictly 1o the gold sbutd- ard , Seuninrs 'Geller and flubois hiy or ins 1101. be shtcere. 'lltelr object in tvuhlhll : out of the repttbllcnu untioual couv0utlou , however , is too h nuspo'eut to deceive any one wlto does not want to be fooled. They profess to he Shocked because the couveutlon at St. Innis did not re euunClnto the niout'J declaration of liuB'apolis ( And yet everybody kho\vs thin t the declartttott of 111htlt'ahl oils \rnuld no more lui t satI'Ih t the11l than thutt of St. Loafs , 'They dt'ulaudod 1G to 1 free eolna.e , regardless of nil nallohs , of nothil. . ' 1'lle denatnded It bpcaust' they knew they could hot get it nno they reiohco(1 heeltnso they did not get it. 't'hey had their prograul 1111(1 ( out for n bolt In wldch they could Anse 1)S rntrtyrs : to the silver cause nud thus crowd hack cntnpolitors tvli Might asph e to the ( ' places In the national 50111 % to. 'I't' he sure , Seuntor 'Geller miltt be w.IIIIug to sacrl lice himself by necepI.Iii it presidcathiI nnulinntinii at tit' hands of the dcutocrnts nud populists , just as 1101800 Greeley , Who di(1 : t gloat Ilcnl more forr the republicau plt'ty : will less recognition m' rOW1rll thut : Illd 1Ieniy 1L 't'eller. But the outcome tvoald be tilt ? Saute fu 1St as It vvls : in 1572. A high pr0irellouist on n ( eo sliver In- littica : Platfurulvonld have a hard time polling free trade and herd uluuey detaocralic voles , 11U5T "T'L'1M ! 1 t 111.11 ; ? . The supreme court of Nebraska has rp11dOeed UOUIha utuil Douglas conuly ait inlfluable spr\'lce. At n Bute who11 every nerve \ h11 1)1 shrniled to meet the (1euluuis : made 1111(11 ( % US for hutehiuulluitu'y : work and public hmprovemeuls ucces saey to ossuro the success of the ' 1'rans- ntississippl oxpositun , tlue Iaunedltp rc. linlnu'Seutent of tilt' county poor I'arnl ' Wnllld hat' al- pth'CiaSers ( Imposed an - nB)5t n5bearable burden. The decision of the StlprCn1O court to grunt a rehonring w'III in these cases therefore be a tihtely relief that w ill aid Materially iu file solttliou of the-pt ( .ss- lu g problem 01' tlue ] 'our , uunely the raisin Of the u0ccss'It w funds for ihr . eXPoSitloB.'jtuwt dI cut'uug the utter.- its of the claItits of the purchasers of poor-t'unt : tuts : uul the legal quesIIouts Involved 'i'he itee eauaot repress alt ox- pressIoh of grttificatiun : aver the stay of prnoe'Ilings. 'Cho county eonunision- ers \vho have b.eut , ferrying over the situation will tlotbtIoss beeatte ui'iei' 811(1 sloop suumlcr aletss until the Ilia 1 dceIslon IS ren(1ercd. .l N1ITION.IJ. ( 'AL.L11i7'Y. 'I91e republican Phitform elltracterizes : the repeal of the rt'ciPrOCity arrauge- hieuts nogotintedl by the last repnbllcul ndnllnhtratiou as a ualional calam Ity. 't'his is not too strong a term , for it is ( lelllnllStflllle that tlntt action huts re Hutted in Ii loss of trade to this country svlilell it Is not an overesttinate to place at $100,000,000 a year. ' 1'hle HhilislIes of trade with the rechploelly countries shuns' liberal ahis as the result of flint policy. 'Pluu exports of Aua'ricau goods to Ctintent Ula , for exit uyplo , averaged $7 50,000 atutually for the four years before 1S9O and $1lOtX ( ( ) auuuully l'or the four years succeeding , that is , front ISPO to 1593 inclusive , Sbnilarly , te exports to Nicaragua were 77)4X ( ) ) lit vii luo o1 au awprago during the 1(111 ( ii oi period and $1,300Otx , ) lurbtg the halter period. ' 'b(1se to Slut So Iva(1(1r were about $5,50,000 before the reciprocity Period and $1,100,000 after the rcciproc- lty period. The exports to tie Ihlthslt \Vest ladles were $7,5dOOOO ) heforo flue t0ciprncity period mud 4SOOO O durhlg that perlod The exports to Oult : gt v frmn $10,5/X,000 , / ) out lug the four years befoto 1S'JO t0 $1i,500,000 ( ( Iuirhiug flue Hucceeding four years , 'I'iunso to I'n'to 11Icc were 1.S73,000 for the lirst pcrlod iuul ti'175O , ) ( ) for flue secoul. Those to Bellzll were $7,250X)0 ( ) durlug Iie Ii'st : oriod nuh ( $111,000XO ( ) (1uring the second period , 'J'hose lO Gulaua woeo $1GX ( ) , . ) t)0 ) during flue lust pe9oo told $2,000 ; ) OU during the second. It Is thus seen thnt nil these coumitrhis altll wluIch thu I uuIfe(1 States bed modl- Inoel ly ii greeulctIs took more oP our ends than they had durlug Hevortl wears preceding itelprociy a11(1 with must of thehl tint lace ( was stendlly ' grutving. So that there Is every eoasol Lo believe Hatt If the pnlloy lid bean coulinup(1 iIto exports t0 most 0l' iheso ) tultrlcs would by this flue have loubled , it Is w orlhy of note , tbnt vvlllhe the reciprocity eouuh9es si ) s i o greutt tsl Increase 11) the purchase of Anutrlean 11u'tehlnndIse , non leelprneiIy vm0h'ies , IIhe the . \rgehtlno Itepnbllc tut Colombia , bought less then for- 0erly. 'I'ltisu fncts conclusively demun strato the value of the reciprocity jol- ) cy In eulurghng our trade with the Clllltltl'h'S 01' this llcudsphee , but Its v ) olelltsvero nut couilluctl to this , it w ns by' menus of this policy , Its \vus totaled out In 11to reputt of the nuujo j ty of flue \vays and menus colu11ulttee , j that Ceruunty w'ns Induced to renove 1 Ile djseeiulnatiou ngnhtst Auho'Ieut cattle anti steals , reute\'ed since the tiuudonlneut of that hOhlC ) alul adopted ly other Ptn'oponu countries , to the great injury of 0111' Ihlpol'taat cattle and 1 neat iullshhOS. 't'here ciul be no doubt 1 tlint hind the teclproelty Prluciplu heelt uhliered to our cattle would not now f be excluded from this lure1)eul : litnr lets nud ether ,1tm rlcnn prnouefs w1)uho not by suhJertell In thin diserlull11ttioms \vhiclt have becu aIlOptcd during the I past tWn years. There is full tvarrull thel'ehn e , far Iho d'claraIlout ( of ihr rep ublle ; it II11t form that tic repeal of the rvClpeochiy it ii'ifhg'111PIt15 1t'i1 $ a ii ultion aI cola iiity , its Ill oireets touching almost every lh terest. f'fll lfJ1dA' 1LlX'1'A. Iu mnklug llt.larcus A , lluuun Its cbaIiuuii the tepubllcntt hnli(1lltil caul' ndtee has don ( ' vwlunt vwiiS gonerully expocled , the only luttbt there bad bt'en regllydlltg ( lie hitter beilg as to whether he wont itccept Its ardaou:9 : duiIe. ii 11(1 t'OSpouSlbhlites Not only did ( Ii e w'Ork he huts I erforuled is the ( 'ii li vas' f01 the 11nntittntlnh nutke him the logical htsu for the bend of the cnnl- ntiltco , hat his Illlhllillp i'l'l iitnits with th0 eaudlIlate retldered his selccllou tint hlereIJ' uuturitl , but tint 'rlllive. It Is IIC4'Ilhl'SS Ii ) Shy tlutt1t' , Iinnut is eu- Iirely ( Putllit'Il for ( lye intportititt Iit5k , IIn has given abuu(1nnt t'vldoue ( Oh' lhlls. Allhuugh hot knn\ru tuttil recently outside - . side of Ohio politics , he has lend a very. thorough sclunulitg lu that state , where p0lillea1 coytesls are 1euernlly of a ull- lur' to call 1111(1 pjity Ilse 1)051 ) skill and ' . (1f IeflllCl's cold . l'pS0111.0(5 ( ; lllillliigevs. 'Thins. while hot a ProfeSSiouni puiltleltul , I'or 'l t. IIuihit ; is a highly successful Ii nslhess teas , who has Bo're'r sought public 1)11100 , h0 is very llunilitr : \ \ illt paliteaI at ttuugem eut , besides a ultlh Of Sn110d ' uniiilit Souse ii nd prneti- cti Judgment. Jlr. I innua hits 5l itldant vitality. , uuticlhg indush'y tunl is of an entiiUShtstic unhurt' , all of tvbjch he will htve : use for In flue Caulpnigr. It)1):5 ) : IA' T111 : J-i1) . The lutilentiiii ( S iii ( ' that oxovernnr Holes is at present iu the lead l'or the Chicago uuntinnliou nud is steadily gaining 51tOngth , Reports f itt the south and west regarding his prnspccfs are VCry ftvoiahle and eweIy\VIuert' he is much more tulked abort plait Itlunl , who is flue only other nvo\'ed candidate llunt has prouthulu'e , or en ii b0 Seriously regat'lod ( as a pnssihhllly , 'l'lie Io\va Supporter , ofir. . holes do not PrnpOse 1o spelt. the clutvnss for his uonllnatiou to jag. 't'hey are aheady PrcpIu'in. 10 npeu Ii e i(1gnarter5 lu ( 'hi I ( fl go fin iii w'hlclI to push his en h(1I(1aey fat' the nnadiialout god vigorous n'oi'k for the iU\wlt man trtul now tuttil the weeting of ( ire cotv'Ou11OU Is assured. Frotu flue signs tuit to this tine It is eer181u that Boles will go before the cutvehtun with it Iurge : fell ntvhlg , Probably nut less than ate-third of the tllelubet'sbip , aitd in that cast'-assuuling , of course , that the tree si1VOi' nt'it will he iui 'outrol- his chauee 01' seeutlug the uoullnntion hill be exceelliugly good , because the CoveutioutViII probably adopt it redo requirin ; only n uajo'ihy for ( be nonti- nllinn of' eauud 1(1:111's. ( : 't'here ul0y be 1t radi'al change In flue sltnallout , tun11'PCOI , grnsving out of the action 1)P the free silver republlriiiS : :1t : St. Louis. Il is ewidenily file intention to pet Sonnlor'Gclher in the presideuliiiI 191(0 ah(1 the Mowenn'ht tlint'as i11- iu(1.1Ifl ( tell \ViisiiugIon a short tine ago , I00kiug to lie pre SentnIinu 0f Teller - ler at Cihra.o ih ( lie event of his leaw- I0g the 101inIdieait pu'ty : , is very IIholy to now take vlgo'ous fo'u. The 8utluoes 1)l' flue 0mowenlt'ut , : nnou ; whom are sv1'- prlll hinulinent free Silve dehtorats : , urge ( bat if tie Colorado Senator should be houlluated 1)t Chicago hue w'oiihtl I' endorsed l ' IIi e 000wt'uII'tit of the pop0- lists 811(1 uatosal sliver party and ( bet. boneve this would be the very best thi Ii that could be done far the eause of fee silver. 11 r , Boles hits publicly declared ngalnst going ontsi(1o of the denloc'alil P1lefy for a Pmsltlo0lial cnudldate :111(1 : QuubtICSS a nnljorlty of deniocruts are uit this ( lute of his way of 1hlukltlg , bet a great change of seuthnent is possllle before the nleettug of the although that Is loss th:1)t : three weeks disthut. JLit'KUVU JA' AA'A 1i.u'1i uva o11' , TJnlon depots aye designed and eaii- St ruci0(1 not solely tor the use aitd con- S'elllelleO 1)t' I I u o railuoeds , but for the use and enhwenienoo uP the public. Lt ttio selector of a depot silt' tie he- hin(1s of the pablle should Ito POra- uunutt 't'hat is the prlueiple which has governed flue location of u01nn sta. thous in 1)yudera um hupolih it cities ii Ash ilea as well as in 17tn'ope. For that ecaSOU more Ilsu1 any Other ihp rnlh'nads Of the hilted Stutos have boel accurdod fbo fight of eminent lonudu , by the exprcisu ofvluleh lhoy are ehlhhvl to Iaho pnsspsslOS and Occupy priwrtft property h1 the hears 1)l' a city' on the paJ'ulent of Its aPpruISOlI : valno. .1utl this fact should not Iic host slghl of by the Ituuhinghou , llihwauhte full 1111th ishino n11h'InhSvhn have ( 01110 to Ouutha to Iiestigtle tie clylus to favor of the cahgn'Llug depot slt0s at \llSOO sod at 1''utrnaun ' sh ee1. 'I''luo prl- vlte httorests of the lturlhtghon , vclllch ehtlhlys to htwu a gl'o'at ' hlltel'eHt III flue old dl'put gruus(1s , Hhuuld not , even II' well g'OOhdcd , be allow'ud to 0\'er 1 shadow puhlle co0wesle0ce. The ihui oit ! it l''t'I SIt0 ( ' 1111 ile\'el' lit Illu lit. a'cessl n s lilt' , ahd no inter whip ( 'hilt might be uuule in the plans , would necessarily t bo ail nrclilleejtu'itl nbortion ( The most cxIinordIonl'y tiling hl con. 11OCtlon vv911 the nttuhilit to ruvivo the 1 1htsol street depot scu'ule after It hind 1 teen peoulOtuyce(1 luypruetlcltblO by 11ro Shtte heard of 'I'r0nspurt0t(1u Is the loelnratbM of Ili' , lhtrkor , represeIiliag t flu hrdsldellt of ( Ito Rlll't lsland rend , ihunt Oynalm w'muld have beoit Hntlslhetl E whtlt that dt'pOt hind It ( lot been for the IuJuuctlon utgninnt the delivery of the \ bubu't bonds. Tills is oedldelly rlci u it view of the fact that the president ) f tbo Reel : Islau l rood wantell the hJunctloii 11nBlu i 'ii aiOtut asd did itll 10 could to asslst the 11tuuvlio were s'Osecutlhg it. It Is egsnlly cxtt'a- ordinary dint any ra11 oul manager nhuttld at thuls late day object to back. lag lu and out of a depot on raIHud tracks at Onlaba w hey flint sy'stoul Is h vogue ult St. Lot11s , which bursts the argeyt 11111(10 depot Iii Anyo9ca , 1uld iu 1'hlladelpbla , It ihthutore'ashinglos , , NOw York , Chicago inn ! very nearly r tv. rJ' ' , ( ra(1rn ) d ( 1111.5' Ill lie t 1111tH l wpi' Vltlet'.t'ring ; ' a ha saro the expesI 111)11 Into ilf ilcnitle of Ouulhn have lu'eh ititxiotia tot rlebrete lie 'rent w'hk'It meant so 1t111y'li foe Neblaisli i 111111 tor the ciy. I'litus for such at ct'lelur:11lon ale now boitg''ful'nlc(1 ' ' and there Is Iifit' (1milt llutt'It 51911 o t'rshadOw aiuy slnli- Iar drulnacrtrioa , : of former years. 111 this affnh' h icy for Olnnlat to plopoSt' sad the tvholu leg hlu roullti Itlion l I o Iliapttse , 'Plitt date is l't'idny of 11ext week. 'rhq'e Is nluplt' Buie flit' luivllt- dons to lt ) % scat to tovu 1111(1 'utluty' ot11elaIs Ilnatl.lu(1ut Nebritsha unt lvcst- ern lutvit , ' 1I is not exciaSively 511 Ouatha tiItoIr. Let its bring pve'ylun ly into the Jtthllee nud lullke ell t'1 they nee at part of It. I'ege [ .lucolu , Itcatricc , Iiisitu.s , I'rrmmlt , tunic mid epics of that class to send delt'gathnls of 'itlzeus here b ) help us uutke mule hi mvl fur ii lily. 'I'hl r 1 111 cove if they nit' uuiitdu to feel we really wlutt ( ht'111 w ilh us. Contntlssinnel' 1Cielstoild's prohiosllion it' pave tu' toad\VIty lu the fair grounds hart tLCelwel the cudorselueut of the ] teat' ( ] of .lgrtcultllre , flit' Spcotl nsso- elatiol and of t'vorhody tvho trust drive to the fah' grounds. 't'he north side ) ( ' ( ' nuly cemplllhl flint all Inipr(1ve- ill111H of 1'e'Ollt 1i1iS Ill\ e het'ii IitaIC ( 5(1011 ( aii ti West (1f ti1.11 , hilt en ituint for 11 Illolllollt bo 115(1 ( ( ItS fill iigllllitllf against bpltt'r ruadlvay' ss to the fair .rotlhds , 11auy P00ple bolleve It Was it mistake to locate the fair geouhds w'lo e ( hot' now 1ue beeathst' of ht11B'C's siluflity , hum tilt' infath111 has hron II xed , Uinelt money 'xPoBled , aii(1 the oully lhhtg to In now Is to make lev : 'l and hiIhle In turd h'oul the goands as en sy 1)s pnssiblo. ,111 kinds of pawehu'ut en n l1) ' lajd tlts ( yelu' for much loss motley ( Unit \whll bo deutulded ; 1 year 811(1 tw o year's IIcll'e. ( Front nu\v nu the llflentot of all Ne- hrtskaus : 11'111 be Ilirectcd to tilt' state ciuupnii n multi the Iudiscriulinnte scraln ble for inlet. which will terndaoIevlII tilt humutll of Just' , so far as flue (10n11- nnltt party is co0cerne(1'ilcn ( the state cnn wt'Iithilt shall hale dnhe its \votk ail tilt' tleket is pieced before ( lie people there vvilh he occasiot for flit' Ills- ctlssluh of the proposed ennailutiunal nmeadeit'nls subulittod to mho voters of of Nebraska fills year. 'l'luese cunl111- platpd ch ugt's in lie I'nu d lllnehlaI laW art' Of oxirwrdlnary : lulpnrlahce lull \vi ll dt'utaud at the ( ; lads of flit' hnlelllgent w1)h'ls (1t' Nebraska umst en 'obll eta l- sideratuh. Adlft'rcutS Of all parties cnn 'OIlSistentysuipot't , ) their , for they ere ilbo\ iuld bt'tOU d all partsul : Issues. Iho hauhers . , lu a\'t : gqenrc(1 ) befur0 ( lie Buu'll : of Qou11Iy COtuunissiou0(8 in reshiOBSe to cut iiiVItatio0 sad reported the antnult' ' of pi01)Nfy ) Subject to 1)s sCstinn'at I0 lulu0ls ' ' their April 1. 'J'hls 1110 Board (1f ; ] 7lphlllzatb it hts : accepted , :1(1(10(1 : up iud djvl(1ed the said total by six. I 1) ether \ nl'(1S ( , all bunk projc'ty w'illphy ltes (1n one-sixth its : tetnal vnluhti(1u. I uuler methods lung efli- plOyed ht' tax Iollectors 111 this state tle bnhkers Will pny their fair Proportion - tion of taxes. Novi' , if this means of reachling a fair basis for the taxation of bank property , stocks , hoods and niout'y Is suisfnetory' : , Why cannot flue couilfcousuissioaers iibopt ( lie salve pion far rt'acliing to npprfiiseateut of the ptropurly of Innnitdpill and shoo I'tuichiscd corporatIuns ? T wo pahvlh uen ha ve bt'pu disciI)11110(1 ) because they I'ailed to rePOt t g luiblhlg going of hit a cigar store. There Was little elfort to coucoal the guUe : , and , mesi(1es , the close cnfpnlatb it ot. 1lro- ft'ssinunl gnhtblers bad Issued a ( leer ( flint all cigar stoic juials must he palled. The lltlle \vluo have at one tine ( It r iumtlucr dlt(01phd to phghgo la little gahB.s nit the side have found It a costly I oxpeeiniOttI. ] Alt Lott about the pte(11- : nu'ii 11'ho lulvn long had kiiovlpdgo of gaups conducted under tint super isi'n of ii Ie-geltlug and cnlcu5-pneklhg gun. blels : ' It would indeed he 111fueesttug if' n dl chnrgelj police ullieer fomld unl. to IncUe : all the games end tall the pcuphC 1 w ht're they ere , tiitt nc e Oountended Glule-Ienncral. , McKinley Is tO be loved for mho friends ho has madu by his silence oh a question that b eloni0d 'mini. to the uatIo al cohven- tton of ills party. C .t 1'nlnl that ] ' ! , axes , t 1ndkmnNlia , Jelllnal , 'Tho only setenco ) in Mr. Cleveland's statetueut which lieu sliver demoeanti lull approve is the one to which he says he desires - sires hereafter no greater political honor thin to Occupy the pluca of prlvatC it thin deniucratic ranks. IlryOnti t he peach of ylnrnl h111nene ( . New York Mali and Express. s Senator hill's great ecIwi to to "lrradlato 1 I moral Influence" hit the Chra'io ! annvee- tlou eeants QOalild d to anconntn' I'lsut'nlonl.t. r able obstacles , \r. ! JIIi I ( I" l not a ppcin's to have ( tic tlcle s a In 013 pohtheul oulta , and even if ho had It is uy no meals ( u tale that tine cetvention would give tt thu prlvhlego of the floor , -----o - 1 .t SIrnae ! h a'eedltig. 1 Hpringaeli ( yruNS , ) ltepubilcul , , a It uutsl strlko people ae strange-this o 1\'ashingtoa report of Secretary Olney s signing cheels lrausfcrring Yal'lous sums t if United Slates mousy to do ILtlnm Lind t lritsh govornlllellls by stay of indcululty ( or injurlca Inflicted on subjects of laoso a tatlets l0 the United States. Thu money o vas nppropriated by (0 ( lgrese , which aquve so hard to havu It uadClStoQl that It was sot "knuckling" to any. natlon on earth , ) onpl/n ( ( lthlrr sto YI'Ilnillr 'I'Illlrxlllll. Chicago Inter Ocean , The selection of Senator Thurston of No- l iraska for pcriuanont cllairntan of the re- ntblican natloiizdroltvortlon Is autuuuccti \ \ No bettor solacllot could have been made , nrd , what is still hetlor , ho was lhO unanl 1 Eons choice of mho couanittee , Mr. a eu presided over the great convention of f I16,1(11(1 thu epech he made there on taking f he chair gave am hnpetue to thin eaapalgit , p lie eloquence is of the very highest order , c and be Is 'n iort ict accord wits ( i0 ePlrlt h vltlch pr ivalls In ilto convcutloit and U hrotlghout th i country , both as to tlchct ll nud Platform. ( I O't'Illat 1.1\I ) ' ( 'I'll1 ( II Irv , There arc nearly 200nAA0 of ( lermans roe ii lIt hl the ears rlntulnlouts. Their condlllon durlug the reign of Alexander Iii was nuytldng but enviable , ills I'an- Sla\9c pulley purposed their complete Rus- siflcatlou and into suppression of all ( Ier- maul lutslllutious , privileges and religious worship , The Toutohic elelueut of ( lie baltIe Pt ovluces , whlclt by cducntiOt mid wealth prl'ondernled in ennunereial and political telatiOns , with sorrow and resent. meat awaited Its doom. eltools rout send- omiules where for centuries only Geratat had been the language of Inslructloa were ittlsalfed. Prenching hut the tongue of the Fatherland was Prohlblled , or at least ntoro 811(1 1110CC restricted. Ioupnt , the famous Gernial unlsersity , recelve(1 ituasinn pro. lessors who w cee not flt to teach Iii nay language , 1(11(1 n sihtllni status tltreateucd tire colleges. Mntiy ( lerman ( amilies entl- grated-others only reluctantly ylelded to tyrahuleal suppression , \t'Ith the neces- sloe of Nicholas 11.11(151' wife Is n Gcr- m au , n react loll appears to have taken place Ito the treatuteut of these questions , vu IIty eve of Ills coronatloil the young czar recrlvcd the singers ( ) f th ( [ lrrwnu Lledertafel of \ lnscntyeho serenaded hint , and expressed huts thanks In an address delivered In ( hermnnshlch ha epcaln : Ilil- catty. Again , wlumt ltishop Freiberg of thin Lutiierat cluueh of St Petersburg was ad udtted to audience std bt'gait to speak to lime emperor in ( lie Itueslan language , Nicholas 11 cost amiably lhterruptetl blue by saying : "i'Icase talk to nie In Oe mm . 1 know you Putter It. " Ittring a shot cotvorsation with the bishop on uhlversity affairs Nlrluolna sndital at ( h0 clergyuinu's calling Iarpat by Il C liusslnu nauu , Jur jew , a ttnate forced upon It by Ids father , Alexnnder ill , under heavy Ieuaity , 011(1 said : "Olt , you menu Dorpat ; well , lot us call it 1)nrpat. " The czar has svutt the hearts of his German subjects , Prince Ludwig of Ila\'arla raised quite a 131011)1 ) by his ehtphatle reutarks at the quct to tine visiting German prluces fu Mos- cow' . It aPpenrs that thin chairman hl toasting ( ho guests alluded to olio other princes as In the suite of ] limy of Prussia , whiet the heir to ( lie Bavarian lhroue broke hut upon the Spceclm Pounding thi table witlt his fist , and declahuigt'o are hot of I'u tuce liemiry's suite , nor are we vassals of time Ge'mnu emphe ; We are the cntpeor's equal allies-mid besides that I an ail indepemideht rcpreseulalive of Ila- Iarla , " None of the other prluces fol. lowed l.udn mg's lend , but whet Prince henry departed in dudgeon , they all tailed after hint. One learns from the North Gerulnn Gazette ( lint Prince Ludwig was called upon to explain hdnlseif \\'Illiam , amid did so at length , givlug ( hue exact words of the chairmtai w Idch provoked leis own , and flrnuly molested against thcut , sayhng that while all Gc mans owed duty to united Germany , they owed duty also to their respective countries. lie did not apologize , aull it is asserted that \1'Illlaul had It out with his brother henry when the lapel rettu'ued from \losco\s , aunt that consequently he went straight to KIdl , without staying ho Ilerliu over night , So ( lint at Ihelln uvcrythluug is qulet , but the South 0ct ntan newspapers are loudly applauding - plauding the Bavaufan priuce's assertion of ( bolt' dlgulty. The jealousyy of Prussia ( a the lesser stales is not always to bo sup- presscd , , , , Although Austro-lluugarinn interests are bound tip \vitlt the welfare of Crete to au cxcc1)tIoaal extent , nail oho commerce be- tweet that Island and the port of Trieste cunstlUttcs the bulk of the total Croton trade , ( lt0 Cretan revolutionary episode probably lens been advanced merely as a pretext for German hmetentlon with the sultan. Tito ultIm ate object of this (111)10 malic Inte fe ehce is more lately to be the security of Austria's comnuteecial and poBt- lent frontier on the south , and to keep open her line of advance toward the Grecian Archipelago. The rumor that thin sultan had bceu requested to consent to the occupation - pation of Macedonia by Austrian loops in the event of an uprising there is cetlirtt- ) atory of the views above set forum. The Gormm government tins evidently dlecov- cued that the couliuucd adherence of a ful and proved ally IikO Austria is of more accotmt that is the (1uhlous amid capricious frleolship of ltussla. The u'v al lgnuient of tlue pol'ors shadowed forth by the recent owehts him tlte east would ho too folanidablo for Russia to 0pposd , ever with the assistance - ance of France. Tlums far ( lie concert he- twecn the 1)relhund and Great li'ltaih i'oul(1 snake for peace. On the other hand , the lines upon \shich the powers are irrec- nicll hJly divided iii inlcest would alao 1)0 more clearly drawn than ever by ( Ito hell' grouphmg ; and hereht lies the peril of the sllualoti. Can oho long-expected Luro- peas crisis ho miuteh longer postponed , now that the Issues which divide the powers have been so sharply accentuated ? , + , The new shah who has just been crowned lnhcrhts a troubled throne. 't'here have been shahs since 1502 ; before that they were called sonteltilug else. Of all of then ( a n utnerical majority has beet murdered , In a comparatively recent period one of his prddecessors ( vas deposed ahd beheaded In prison , no teas deposed and strangled lit ilia bedrO01a , ono was found In ilia garden late at night slabbed to death with wounds enough ( to have destroyed the whole Achaunleniat dynasty , 0110 was Pet ! n prison by his usurping Holt and died there , one was found dead in his harem with marks on his throat stowing that lee hall been stratgled with a bowstring-so ( lie n)01totohous tale 0 oceeds. The reign of the late shah was the longest in i'era Inii history , soluC of his subjects aecrltihig It to limn favor of Allah , ( mill Send to the protection of the devil , both tvitltdrawn at last , if (1103' ( had ever been nxtonded , that ho alight tans lenwe of the scepter amid the rude Iii ( lie customary titan- ter. But the reigns of most of hula predecessorS - sorS Were short , sore of thnnt lasting only few weeks , The new sovt'reilpt inherits i almost incomparable uegalla , shining with ho jetvels brought back by Nadir Shalt from ho sack of Ielhl , nail the rape of tlo I'ca cock tbromme , but with It lie falls heir to a gnod many political confuslnns and pcr- doxities , and sv11I move heicoforward antbl he perlls tvhleli have accompanied the footsteps - steps of all Ills dynasty. . The mutest derisive step taken by the czar lace ] tls coronation has been mho appoint- nant ofl. . (1o Whte , the former minister of Inance , as chief minister of Russia or sec = etary of state. In choosing him for the par Itlon ( lie young czar showed an uncomn- nonly keen judgment , As nilneter of finance 11. do'Itto nccotnpttshcd the guaranty of ho Chhieso loan. whiten eaten as such n sur rise to mho world and which sremtgthcned ( tussia's posltlei it ( lie cast at trio thine to marled degree , lie also got thin tecaxury ut of nnancial ilifliculty anti put it on it fret basis. Ile is said to he lit favor of In- rodncing null iunhilainhig the gold stand- rd in liussia. If successful In th Is hu will nve accoinplished somt'thlllg ( hint 14'III have tar-reachlug effect el oho future prosperity t Russia , _ Inarenxing Cumpl/enlinnx / ! n Cahn. New York Sun , The longer the war iii Cuba lusts , thin store nuliterous become ( ha cOnplicatlomus wl0clu it causes to olio trade and other lnler ills of mho Uulted Slates , The edlct against lie exportation of leaf tobacco , against shilctl the Natlomial Association of Cigar tamiufacturers conuplnincd to Secretary Olney , is now followed by nn order reslrlct- ng thin nutuber of ports from which bananas lay be sent to tills country. 'rite Cuban rtdt growers appear ( o ho olio chief crera front tills stopping of mho export rlvlleges of a wide stretch of the northern east of the Islandd lint It is only another istanco of many snowing how hillntately 10 interests of the Island are bound up with nose of hie United Slates , and law little toy iavo In common lvitlt those of Spalu , Highest of all in Leavening I'owcr-Latest U. S. Gov't ReportS A S r G Odltl ! * TAGLLl PV t 11 tllttl t1 'flit IIS'1'l/Y. Ctulrngo The 's tlernld tlr Tlwrstou should be rondo perntatent elainun n for IIh Chrcngo Trlbumi ( ' : One of ills sentences ( \s as pnriculnrly ( felicitous , 11e snld n re publlean ad uilltlstra1ion menus "a Protect ( VP tariff which protects , eoupled with reel. ptodity which ieelproenles , thereby securing the hest uarket for Amerlrnu products and opining Auteriram faetorles to the fret' coinage - ago of American tnusele " The tutee olio have seen .lnterirnn fat torles closed to tlieht becalee of tlte sharper torelqu cuinpolitlou ssldci Idiots ed till' passage of time deutocratic tariff bill , nud whose oulselt's tlal'a been I wortlt little or uothIng to ( bent , will be struck by these Words , it will occur to then ( ! lint what is needed is nn oppottuulty for "the free coinage of nnlseio"-widen theyy lave-nud not of silver bullion , which they have not. Major ilatily ht time Thttes lleu b1 : T1le speech of Senator 'i'hurstou ou nssuntiug the chair was ht all respects worthy of the oeea sloe , and slmwcd ( lint there was nit Abtw- dalco of euUmsinsut ! n ( lie convention , if the right button tvera pressed. Senator 'fhurstnt has n flue , resonant voice and a disliuct ehunclatloh , and w1uOt he pulls Oil ( lie tremolo slop of ills vocal organs llte'o Is a respntsivc tlmrlll In the audience. lint thug matter as well as time ninnner of his speech was nil ( lint could be desired , Every semt tense stns terse , well rounded and embodied a poignant thought , Iend Iag to an iinpresslvt' climax , nud when the elhntax was reached ht' slopped. When he uttered unexpectedly ( lie last words , "Goltllohlen , what he your pleasure - ure ? " ( lie convention amuse as ouu men with cheers in homier of a man who kttew what to say , \vhet to start mti when to stop. Nor teas the satisfaction of the audlence a tratsi- tory matter , for after the ndjourmnent for thin nnou recess there w av a general rush to the platform , and uveiybodylminted to snake tine orator's Laud , It was diflidult for the scrgcauls-at-arms to bring tine scene to an cud , ail they uuly did so at last by clcarlmug mho hall , .lmlt'1'lli t m , .11\(11,1:9 : , Detroit Tribune , In these piphlg lhnes Of hot weatiuur price , l'he humeisls put .111 their bumtur on lee. Chicago Iteeord. I an placed bet\veet hvo fasces , And I dot' ( know' which i lino. If I go dnwh to the scitshore , I shall have to p.'tWIi . my bIke , Detroit Free Press. lie hands n cheerful snubo o0 ate. l'ldlusopher of dli ) s timid illds ates , And says , \s9dlo pocketing fee , 'All things conic to hint who \vails , " \S nFhinglun Star , W'tten swnltlmig of reforms , 0 , Czar , To ghmltlen every town , Speak you ht slunple faitlu , or are You talking through yOU' crown ? Ctevelanl Leader. Oh , saw ye now fair ilex ? She's stnrled for oho east , Am l w'hei silo dons her buhing suit She'll irlgttett ! titan and beast. Cincinnati Enquh er , The goat gazed at the poster girl Oh ( lto billboard him lha street , Said lie : 'Godznoks , 1 thtmik site look Quite good caough to eat , ' 1i ( iENl ) ob' 'TIIL' : IitU91i nOSC , St. Louis Giobe Demoernt. 1)an Cupid was rottning : a garden one tiny , llis young heart u'as merry , ids spirits were gay' : Ife ley 'neatli the trees And tulkcd with the bees , Ills yellow locks kissed by llte soft summer - mer breeze. The proud lily bent the furry youngster to greet , The jesenmithte offered her fragrance so sw''rt ; lie pillowed his head Lm ii violet lied , fly oho svorshfphtg ilosveis his vanity fled. The nodost while rose hung her head ht ( lea pdr : , And uumrmurcd , unconscious that site \was so fait , 'Ail , were I so bright As others , them might Sonie khmd ray of love llluutiuo my night. ' Sly Cupid , o'erheat9ng tier whispered cony plahit , n Arose anti approaclod , while the flowers ) grew fdnt : , ' ) 'bon he pressed-0 , the bliss ! On her petala a kiss ; She blushed , ; 0t1 still blushes theca , tttink- iug of hula , t L1i,11)I\T ( ' ' ' SP17'IA1 ( , Plial'L'C1t17S. el'nt ; 01.1,111 ,1 SuN1 L Y 13i VIA Rni'N1:1' S'l'tN17 , A IIIJIiNIS'INI'17 ( hl' T111 : ilNG , htAA t'l1NA 1101'LR : A naw selhtl story begtut E.urer Sun- dny to cuutlnue fit' Me\enta 1) wvtks The title Is lold by the I'mn hinis.If , a meB'ed mian l etlivee , a nd he t 11is ( ho , / ineldenis of his enmrer when n 1)n' 1'it' story this be'n pronuuneod by ( 0111 peletlt ethics to be (1110 WIlttch in Dr. Doyle's very best style , (1IEA'C CONI'1sNTION S1'1:1 ; ( 11 ES : 1Ilsloric cen\'elttlout speeches mode by Curtis , Ingersoll , Cohkling , ( btrfleltl , 1)uughefty , Cuckratt and olheis tench speed , tlesorlhrd , lvitlt npproptlnt0 ( 'OIIi 1 treat , by suhto man \s'lto henml It , GLAfS7'ON11'S SChNCR o1' liPh : i A lis'ely chntnelel' slat 'h of the great oe1Og' hn Pliu4 by Iho 1 eteumt Enghhalt + ' tOtunnllat , air , iP. T. Stead , ivho tins knnwti Olndsionn iutlhuit'I--'rho secret of ) Ir ( flndstnhe'ti u Omderful V I I a u - No Ottict' living ouritnlst ! who can do a eliiiiiuier ( ' quito ito well u1 , tr. Stead , and this Ole is not below ills high alaudard .1 t1\17NTUIt7S Ol' Ltnr'r i'It1'1i ( E : iii the present akelclit r , wlunnn re- htfes ttvo 1001'0 ttieltlellts horn ihr Ilfo of Lieuteunmt ( 'reede , which show the dn lhg of tmu fatuous scout,11) eulers Idning story of eal'ly tioutler life in oho greut ( vest PtIt' [ ' TIIOUSAN1) IN TINTS lhcpnrntlu0s being made for the ent"r tntnniett of thin delegates to the great ( 'lulstlah 1hdt'ttvnr convention at \ ashinglon--Churches to he ihmowru npeu to IIto guests--l'ut'e ehnrch , sand a lutgc hall to he used forr ovemiluw meet- tugs--One of time biggest gatbctings of the yeli , Till : COMING GiNLIh.1TUnN "Tile Frozen Ilenrl , " a Finnish fairy story about 1)m atlliced prlnr. ss suffer- Ilig front lilt Icy lien - , \ sk , h I , by a youthful contributor entltlell , ' A Suln- nter 1'acatlnt'-Prattle of the v. uag- stems nutd outer bright bits for lltlle and big foots. ry IN WOMAN'S DOMAIN : Suuuner ibtgerie-\\'hnt the newest and shutrtest uudorwt'ar is muid ' of and how It ioolC5- Summer girls ere to titko to enhocing this t'ent'-Novelties In th0 aeneall's Stttlnnt'ry-I'Olllllll'a charities -t.ateat fllahdntt hints -Naw's Iioee about well known wontcmt. I TILE R E17K IN SOCIETY : The Nirluolson-Kouhze wedding draws Ott all the society. peOpel of nut-Prep- iuillons well ndvahccd for other Juno lvcddings-lore pcopid goltig au ny for san0ner vaeatluns-A few out-of-town vlsitol's SIIII ht'1'e-Friendly gossip about Outuhu society folks , 1vl1'II THE \ \ ' 1u1111ING1'Ina'I. . : The latest ha said to ho the gone of l tennis it-wheel-Drat'riplion of ( lie fad and directions how to Introduce It- I News of nbsorbliuinterest nbout the i progress of ( lie wheel 1)t houto ant1 abroad--\'hat local wheel clubs and their nteutbers nie dolug i IN ' 1'111 : FIELI ) OF SPORT : Newsy gossip on current spm'ting lopll'e about t'leitl9 test , 4resent and to I come-Latest ht ( Ito haute 111th allunlion- Chatty review of ( lie situation In coliego nquntica-Glenuinga front the horsemen amid the turf-A whole lingo of ratding that w'ill make trio eyes of oho genuine sport glisten. UNEXCELLED NR\CS Slat\'iC'P : " Full Associated press foreign cahee and domestic lelcgtnph service-Thu t New York \Yorld'a apeclul fnrelgn cor reapnndcucc-tbtrl alled special flows service front Nehraaln , Iowa fluid the \vesern stales-\'ell written and accurate - rate local news reports. T1 ; O ui l SUNDAY I3ri ' 1'1117 ItES'1' NF\\'SI'APLIt. MclliIiP 'S ltuunlug date , 1'Idlndeqhla Itecord ( lean ) Mr. Garrett A. Hobart needs Ito Introduce tint to liis fellow-citizens in this part of the United Slates. Ile is no of ( ho most ) optllnr republlcans lu Now Jersey , Ills legislative experience gives hbn the parlla- utentary facility desirable 110 a prealdhlg ' otlicor , and what is morn Inportant , ho epresents ( Ito sound ulomiey settiutett of tis stale. \ tllo Mr. ] Inbart has not a tatlonal repulalint , It may lie truthfully Balit for hint that lie posscssca g0alltlet which lit him for dlstiugttlshcd Pubite sa v. ce. t7 r H I a ( :1 , You can fall Into worse hands than ours , Wt ; have a habit of using people right-also a habit of keeping' the kind of kind for right furnishings-the up-to-date this warm weather--Shirts , Underwear , Socks , 'lies , Suspenders , etc. The very latest styles at reasonable - able prices. , 20 Per Cc n t Discou n t on Bicycle Suits , 1 41 "Straw Ilats in Profusion ( ) --all the staple and novelty shapes-from 5CC to $4. Sole agents for the YOUJIAN S'FRA\9 IIt'I'S , i , 2OVO 1 20 % a \ diMCOUlit discoulit . .r on all on all f' r r Git Wel . Heavy Weight Clothing Clothing R r ' taNTv t UI75 l for N ion and Ilofs. _ . . 5 for doll and q1ys , I rwtig9 thg & Co , Reliable Clothiers , ' S , W. Carl.15th and Douglas , . , s ,