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THE OMATTA PATLY HE13t STjyiPAY , FEU KIT AT * Y 27 , 1803.
TRYING TO WIPE OUT DEBT
Iowa Legislators Attempt to Dcvieo Ways
and Means ,
MAY BE ACCOMPLISHED IN TWO YEARS
Joint Report of tlio OoniMilHorx on
AVni ntul ( Mi-nun l Submitted
A'ecenry tii Carve on
Appropriation" .
DBS MOINES , Feb. 26. ( SpecUl Tele
gram. ) The Joint report ot the- committee *
"on wayo and means of both houses was filed
In both bodies today. U gives the basla of
anticipated revenue on which the state must
work In arranging Its appropriation * for the
coming biennial period. For 1898 It Is esti
mated the treasury will rccclvo $2,231,354 ,
which , adding $108,015 on hand January 1 ,
gives $2,340,000 available. Expenditures lor
the satna tlino are estimated at $2,015,000 ,
this. Including only $90,000 for extraordinary
appropriations. Resources thus exceed ex
penditures by $2ar,000. Applying this amount
to Iho state debt of $717,1120 will reduce the
debt at the end of the year to $422,326. The
1899 estimated expenditures nro $1.825,000.
"With the aumo Income ns estimated for 189S ,
th6 balance of the debt would be paid during
1S99 ; all but $82,000 of U during the first half
of that yivir.
If the legislature makes extraordinary ap
propriations to any amount It must raise the
levy or glvo up the effort to get out of- debt
during the next blcnnlum. A levy of 3 mills
for 1899 would get tlio state out of debt and
leave about $100.000 surplus , provided tue
valuation under the new revenue Uw re
mains as high as under the old , of which
there is some doubt. The substance ot the
report Is that It will require a 3-mlll levy
In 1899 and the assumption that the valua
tion will not contract under the new law to
allow the Btalo to get out of debt provided
any extraordinary appropriations nre made.
U Is certain that some will bo nmde. The
amount Is Impoiuiblo to estimate , but there
will bo some. If the state gets out of debt
Inthe next two years , especially in tlio face
of the clamor against an Increase of the
levy to II mills , U will be a remarkable ac
complishment.
In the house Ray presented a resolution
to adjourn March IS. There is no prrwpect
tlwt work can bo completed by that date.
The resolution by Downing , popullat , to cen-
fiuro Congressman Hull of tCio Dts Molnes
district for leaving his post In Washington
and coming homo to lobby for a building
and loan bill was unceremoniously killed by
Indefinite ) postponement. Efforts were made ,
both foronocn and afternoon , to pasa the
jn-lniary election bill In the house , but It
failed both times. The bill by Ikilley of
Slonx to prevent Insurance companies ills-
cvlmlnatlng between persons of like occupa
tions and expectancy of llfo In the charge
of prtdilnms passed by a large majority. It
IH nlmstl t certain organizations outside the
state which have taken advantage of ix Haw
in the law.
Tlio senate did little buslnc i , devoting the
time to minor matters. A bill was passed
providing that the state pay the express
tfiurgcs of documents Issued by it and an
other allowing the agricultural college to
buy a tract of land for the experimental
'
work.
At the afternoon session the house passed
the McArthur senate bill to make appoint
ment of police matron In cities optional with
the council. The Potter bill , to Increase
from 1 to 2 per cent of gross receipts the
tax on express companlr , passed unani
mously. The bill to provide a state board
of barberlng was defeated by a , vote of 41
ycrts to 30 nays , lacking ten of a constitu
tional majority. It will , bo reconsidered when
there Is a fuller attendance.
CAMPAIGN .MANAGER ARRESTED.
S. TJ. Gross , eric of the managers ot the
campaign of John Sherman for the republican
nomination for mayor , was arrested this
evening on charge of M. Chiesa , a promi
nent saloon man , who accunes him of forgery.
The charge Is that Gross , In collusion with
other Sherman managers who are not immcd.
forged and issued 10.000 tickets reading ,
"Good for 5 cents In trade , M. Chiesa. " These
j ro said to have been d'strlbuted promiscu
ously by the Sherman agents , with the ex
planation that they were given out from
iMacVlcar headquarters. The object was , ac
cording to the MacVIcar people , to make it
appear that MaoVlcar was doing a whole
sale liquor bushiest ? by way of booming his
candidacy. U. large number of the tickets
were presented at the salcon and refused ;
Jlnally a bunch of them was secured from a
man who came In nnd offered them in cx-
chiingo for a quarter kcs of beer. The man
declared that Gross gave him the tickets and
explained that they were from MacVIcar
Iieadquartors. The MacVIcar people promise
other arrests.
KNtlinnto of ] O II'N Drill.
T > E3 MOINES , Feb. 26. The ways and
means committee In both houses of the gen
eral assembly will report today an estimate
of the state's debt at the enJ of the fiscal
year Juno 30 , viz. : ? I2J.325.50. The
committee Is unable to estimate ) the levy
to bo made this year because of the un
certainty , of appropriations. It Is hoped that
the state will again he out of debt at the
end of 1899
Woman CoiniiillM Suli-lilr.
CEDAR RAPIDS , Fob. 2(5. ( ( Special Tele-
Kitim. ) Mrn. William Streetcr. a young
married woman , committed aiiiclJe this even
ing while' In a fit of despondency by taking
jnorphlno and eurlioll.1 acid.
lou'a ronuTCNsloniil ronmiriit.
DCS Molnes Loader : Judge Lot Thomas
nf Storm Lake le an avowed ccndlitatc In the
Klevonth district. Ills nuno forbids the
though * . tl'-H he will lee ! ; back.
Krokuk Gate City : There Is talk that
Fred White will move Into the Second dl5-
elrlet and lo : a cundllnto opilnst Connrcss-
jnan Curtis. Mr. White will be reinom-
lierod as the gentleman who thought ho WC.H
running for governor of Iowa last fall ,
Davenport Democrat : Of course Congress
man Perkins wants another term In con
gress and he Is anuvowe-d cundldile. Judgi.
Thomas , who hni been nn the district bench
for several years , feels the saino way about
41. Ho Is itolnc to get tbo nomination for
congress In the Eighteenth dMtrla If he can.
Glenwood Opinion : Frlomls of Congress
man Ilager are bcglnnliiK to ma ! > o their In
fluence felt on every hand nnd 'the probabil
ity of his renomlnatlon seems to grow upico ;
whllo ho has had a bitter experience ) with
13 IT CURABLE ?
IA flui'xtliin Ofl en A Ml ; nl | ] > -
AIIIIHiMl Wllli l'llf .
Ii a strained Joint curable ? is local In
flammation curable ? Of couise , If properly
trAted. So Ii piles.
People often become allllcte-d with plica
nnd ask some old "cironlc" ) who hag always
persisted la the wrong treatment and natur
ally ho discourages them by telling them
that their case Is hopeless ,
They In turn dlicouraKO others , nnd thus
a disease that can In every case be1 on red by
careful and skillful handling U allowed to
isap the energy of thouBjiidit who might free
themselves of the trouble lu a few days.
1'yramld Pile Cure will cure the moat ag
gravated case of hemorrhoids In an astonish
ingly short time. It relieves the congested
parts , rt'ducrx the tumors Instantly no mai
ler how large , allays the Inflammation and
B' oi > i the aching err Itching at unce.
Thousands who 'had resorted to expensive
surgical treatment have be-on cured by the
Pyramid Pile Cure In a number of luntsncra
nerions wlia had spent montlu In a h cpltal
under a pile specialist.
It U a remedy that none need fp.tr to apply
even to the most aggravated , xnollun and '
InlUnu-d heuimorrholdal tuino-s j
If you are allllct l with ihli itub' orn dis
ease you can tnaste-r It and nwte'r Ii tjulckly. '
Thli re-iiiedy Is no Icnjjcr an rxp.l4nnt. , '
but a mndtcal certainty- U maou-actii i-.l
iby the Pyramid Drug Co , of Ma'iMI1 , Ml.-h
Drueglita sell It at 50 cenU j' r box It m
bpexmiluR ( be moat popular j'l ' e > . ( ire th a
country lias rvfr known and drugRl't * rv-ry.
( wher * r ordering U ( or their cu.touierj.
offlco seekers during the last eighteen
inontha ot.d t daubtlpm made tome on-
cmles , the Opinion Inrllrre.i to the belief
that ho Is a more formidable candidate now
than ho was two years ago.
Carroll Herald : Hon. George D. Perkfni
rraiy be renomlnated by acclamation for con-
grrid. All probable candidates have vowed
their Intention not to run and so far nobody -
body ui ; tnc district can combine the oppo
sition to mnko a respectable resistance to
Mr. Perkins1 candidacy.
OJcbolt Chronicle : Congressman Perkins
will be a candidate for renomlnatlon. Isaac
d. Strublo will not bo 4n the field , neither
will Frank II. Helacll. It U said that Sen
ator Ilobart of Cherokee- will bo a candidate ,
but the rumor lacks authority. 0. W. Pitts
of Orange City has been favorably mentioned
by his homo paper , although not formally
announced ,
WIND AND ITS VAGARIES
( Continued from Sixth Page. )
flouncing that the secretary ot war had re
ceived advices from Havana stalling that the
body of J > J , McManus had been recovered
from the wreck of the Maine , and after being
fully Identified bad been burled by the Span-
Ifth authorities. The telegram also slAtcd
that the Navy department had announced
that the remains could not bo brought home
for burial. No particulars were glvcci , but
It Is supposed that owing to the tact that
the remains were easily Identified McManus
lout his llfo by drowning and was not torn
to pieces by the dreadful cxplcfllon that ob
literated so many of his brave fellows. The
Information was conveyed to the family yes
terday afternoon.
Coune-ll lllnlTn Cliiirclu-R.
Following are the announcements ot re
llglous services to bo held In the city today
First Uaptlflt Church , Corner ot Sixth
Street and First Avenue Services conducte <
by llcv. II , Venting at 10:30 : a. tn. and a
3 and 7:30 : p. m. Morning subject , "Three
Mnks In a Ooldcn Chain ; " afternoon sub
Ject , "Little Cups end Great Flagcos ; " even
Ing subject , "The Tcleticope and What I Saw
Through It. " Uaptlsm will be admlnlstoret
at the close of the evening preaching service
and Immediately following a mooting ot the
church society Is desired. Sunday school a
12 m. ; young people's meeting at 0:30. :
St. Paul's Episcopal Cfn.cch , Rev. L. F
McDonald , Rector Holy communion at 8 a
m. ; Sunday school at 10 a. in. ; morning scrv
Ice and sermon at 11 a. m. ; ovtnhig service
intl Kcrmon at 7:30 : p. tn. ; subjects , "Nlnevel
Threatened" and "The Sixth Commandment. '
Sunday achool at AH Saints' chapel at 3 p
in. Service. ? during the week on Monday
Tuetday , Wednesday and Thursday evenings
at 4:30 : In the church study ; Friday at 7:30 :
in the church ,
Christian Tabernacle , Coiner of Scott anu
Mytirtkv Streets , S. M. Perkins. Pastor-
Services begin at 10:45 : n. m. and 7:30 : p. m.
morning subject , "Seven Wonders of the
Modern World ; " evening subject , "Convcr
slon of the Moral Man. " The latter Is the
second of a scries of sermons on conversion
Congregational Churili , Corner of Seventl
Avenue and Sixth Street Preaching at 10:30 :
a. m. and 7:30 : p. in. by the pastceRev. . J
W. Wilson ; subjects , "Dlvlno Love ManI
fc ted According to Human Conduct" am
"Joseph and Ills Hrcthrcn. " Sunday schoo
at 12 m. ; young people's meeting at C:30 : p. m
Fifth Avenue Methodist Church. Rov. G
P. Fry , Pastor Morning subject , "The Dut >
of the Homo anil Church to Childhood ; '
evening subject , "Physiological Effects o
Alcoholic Drinks on the Vital Organs of the
Body. " Sunday stdool at 12 m. ; Junloi
league at 3 p. tn. ; Epworth league at 0:30 :
p. n.
Second Presbyterian Church , Corner o
Hirniony and Logan Streets , Rev. Alexaeide-
Llthorland , IMstor Morning subject , "The
Gospel Prepares for This Llfo ; " evening sub
jcct , "Tho Christian Yoke. " Sunday schoo
and Endeavor meeting at the usual hours.
Christian Science , Room 402 Sapp Build
Ing 'Service begins at 10:45 : a. m. Reading
from the bible and Science and Health. Ex
perience meeting Friday evening at 7:45. :
A Sew 'Locution.
The hardware and furniture store of Peter
son & Schocnlng will remove In a few daya
from their present location , 515 nnd 517
South Main St. , to 203 , 210 , 212 and 214 , South
Main St. , In the Merrlam block. They will
occupy four large storerooms and In their
new location will carry one of the mosl
complete llnc of hardware and furniture Ube
bo Found In the city.
Big auction sale every day from 10 a. m.
to 10 p. m. at The Fair. 502 Broadway.
n > nl ICMtittr Traimforn.
The following transfers are reported from
tin- title and loan ofllce of J. W. Squire ,
iiU Pearl street :
C. . R. I. & P. Ry. Co. to Gcorgp W.
Jnnc. , lot 12 , block 7 , Carson , w. d. . $ CO
Washington Savings Dank , by re
ceiver , to Charles R. llniinnn. I.J ! lots
in Council Bluffs and Sj',4 nw'/i sell
10-74-44 , q. c. d . " . . 200
I.ucy A. Slfford to Ann Headley. V4
ne'4 neU 21 , and 'aVt se'4 se'4 21-74-
33 , w. d. . . .4 . in
Jeiinott Graham nnd husband to same.
same li.lul. q. c. d . IOC
Chrh-.tlan Slfford and wife et al to
same , same land , q. c. d . 100
Kllzidiotli Smith nnd .husband et nl to
name , same land , n.c. d . 500
William E. Herrlck ct al to nme ,
saint. ' land , q , c. d. . , . . 101
A. J. Archer and wife to Margaret
Agnes Archer , FO'A ' nwVi 9-75-40. w. d. 2,030
.Same t3 George W. Arch&r. nwVi nw'/t
and w'/i swVi nw'/i 9-7J-40 , w. d . 2,550
Same to William 11. Archer.
and e-1,4 HwU nw197310. . w. d . 2.530
Ellen M. S. Haas nt al to Frank S.
Hans lotH 1 , 2 and 3 , and accretions in .
23-75-44 , q. c. d . . 100
Eleven transfer * , total . . . $8,310
Runaway Hoy.
The police last night picked up a runaway
boy 15 years old and In knee pants , whom
they found wandering around the transfer
station , where after a great deal of urging
ho gave the name of Esunn Scott Lee , and
hlrf homo at 85 Seminary avenue , Chicago. He
said ho wns an only won of Walter J. Lee , .1
treavt'llng t-alcsman for Thomas , Taylor &
'Co. ' , and that ho had run away from
his homo on Friday evening. When his per
sona ) effects were examined ho weis found
to be the possessor of $4.50 and two large
loaded revolvers. Ho .said ho left home with
$24 nnd one gun and had Invested $ S In
another which struck his fancy In a tocomt-
hand store In Or.aha. A telegram was sent
to thet boyV father Icat evening , and ho was
locked up awaiting an answer.
Trrynor Dlfari III"niiir. .
Information has been received from WashIngton -
Ington that I. M. Treynor has osally HUC-
cecded In reniov'ng all of the objections that
have been made to hh appointment ao pccit-
inastor. and that the suatt will confirm
II'H nomination. The nature of the charges
that were ) urged as objoctlotu to Trejuor'n
conllrmatl'-n ' were such that neither ho nor
any of his frleniU had any apprehension ?
that they would be seriously considered at
the department.
C'liHiof UfNtlliitlim.
The police department was notified last
evening that Mrs , Connelly , an aged widow ,
HvliiH alone In a little cottage at HOC Ave-
nno D. was In a dying condition. She was
discovered by some of her nclghbori who
called during tlio evening. The caao wa
turned over to the city physician.
MM. George N. Bo'.vcn will arrive homo to
day from Marahalllown , wlirro she has been
visiting with friends for the last xvrck.
llllllurit Tonraunii-ut
Two gamed were played In the anutcur
handicap billiard tournament lint evening ,
W. H. Ware' , CO , playe'd Harry Slrns , C5. and
win , Sims making tut 02. The second giai' '
was between William Stcphenson , 100 , and
Ledtrr Hart. 50 , Hart only Kuccccded In
making 33 points 'before Stephcnsan iai : out
hLi 100
Llcrnn-x.
Marrl.iye HCCIIUPH worn li > * ued yctmluy
to the followlrg part Us :
Nam. and Rixlilvnce. Ago.
OiorBo W. Turner , Council Illuffn . Jl
Hifl r M -vlnuton. . Council Iliuffs. . . . 17
i' . F. Webb Council Hluff * . 31
I M. TlnKl" , Coure-ll H'uffs . IS
lirlroll Iti'jii'liri Ivi-y Urn ,
KKV WKST Kla . Fcb , 26. The Unite * !
. M a Till T Ilrtrclt Captain Dayton , has
r-r . ( * I'f-o from Mob1. ! ? It came up to
the utiir' to take coil ou board.
pfiitm PTPO Titr * npnpr\ni p
COMPLETES THE SCHEDULE
Western League Glcscs Its Session and
Adjourns.
OMAHA WILL OPEN THE SEASON AT HOME
riiiH Two CIUIICN nt Colmiilnix ol
Dccoriitlnii liny unit Tlio nt
JCiiiiniiN City on the
Kourtli of July *
KANSAS CITY , Feb. 26. The Wester
league base ball magnates at their mectln
at the Coates houo today adopted th
schedule of games tor the season ot 189
and adjourned.
The season opens on April 20 with Dctrol
playing at Indianapolis , 4ho other club
playing their Initial games on April 21 , wit
Minneapolis at Kansas City , St. Paul a
Omaha and Milwaukee at Columbus.
On Decoration day , May 30 , Minnoapolt
la booked to play two games at Milwaukee
Kansas City two at Detroit , Omaha two a
Columbus and St. Paul two at Indianapolis
On the Fourth ot July Omaha Is schedule
to play two games at Kansas City , Mllwau
kco two at Detroit and Columbus two a
Indianapolis. St. Paul will play the mornln
game at 'Minneapolis and Minneapolis
play the afternoon game at St. Paul ,
Two games on a single day are als
scheduled on a few dates late In the sea
sun. The season will close on Tuesday , Scp
tcmbcr 20.
President Johnson read an address to th
league on his plans for -the suppression o
rowdy ball playing and the action of Indl
virtual club managements looking forwar
toward a cementing of the various interest
for the general good. The players who re
sort to rowdyism and use bad language o
the field will bo summarily dealt with am
the salary limit will be positively adhere
to.
Moat of the members left for their home
tonight ,
The schedule In full follows :
Omaha At .Milwaukee ; May 21 , 12 , 23 , 24
July 12 , 13 , 14 ; August 10 , 17. IS. At Indian
apolla : Mny IT , IS , 10 , 20 ; July 9 , 11 ; Augus
23 , 21 , 23. 25. At Columbus : May 30. SO , 31
Juno 1 ; July 15 , 1C , 17 ; August 27 , 28 , 2S. A
Uetrolt : May 28. 27 , 23 , till ; July W , 20. 21
August 19 , 'JO. 21. At Kansas City : Mu >
12. 13 , 14 , 15 ; July 4 , 4 , 5 ; August 5 , 6. 7. A
Minneapolis : April 29 , 30 ; May'l , 2 ; Juno 2"
2.J , 29 ; August 30 , 31 ; September 1. At SI
Paul : May 4. 5 , C , 7 ; June 3 ; July 1 , 2
September 2 , 3i. .
Milwaukee At Indianapolis : April 23 , 26
27 , 2S ; June 23 , 21. 25 ; September D , 5 , C. A
Columbus : April 21 , 22 , 23. 21 ; June 21,22 ; Au
gust 6 , S. 9. At Detroit : May 4 , 5 , C. 7 ; July 4
Juno 11 , 12 , 13. 14 ; July 23. 21 , 23 ; Septembe
4 , 5 , 0 ; September 2.3. At Kansas City : Jim
11. 12 , 13 , 14 ; July 23 , 21 , 23 ; September 15 , 16
17. At Omaha : June 1C , 17 , IS , 19 ; July 2C
27 , 23 ; September IS , 19 , 20. At Minneapolis
June 3 , 4 , 5 , C ; August 2. 31 ; Septembe
11 , 12 , 13. At St. Paul ; June 7 , 8 , 9 ; Julj
29. 30 , 31 ; August 1 ; September 8 , 9. 10.
Indianapolis At Milwaukee : May 8 , 9
10 , 11 ; Juno 20. 27 , 2S , 29 ; August 11 , 12. A
Columbus : May 13 , 14 , 15 , 1U ; July 3 , 6 , 7
August 13 , 14 ; September 4. At Detroit
April 29 , 30 ; May 2 , 3 ; Juno SO ; July 1 , 2
August 29. 30 , 31. At Kansas City : June 13
1C , IS , 19 ; July 2 , 27. 2S ; September IS , 19 , 20
At Omaha : June 11. 12. 13 , 14 ; July 23 , 24
23 ; September 15. 10 , 17. At Minneapolis
June 7 , S , 9 , 10 ; July 30 , 31 ; August 1 ; Sep
tcmbcr S , 9 , 10. At St. Paul ; June 3 , 4
3 , C ; August 2. 3 , 4 ; September 11 , 12. 13.
Columbus At Milwaukee : April 29 , 30
May 1 , 2 ; June 30 ; July 1 , 2 ; August 29
30 31. At Indianapolis : May 4 , 5 , C , 7 ; Julj
4 , 4. G ; September 2 , 3 , 3. At Detroit : Mn
9 , 10 , 11 , 12 ; June 27. 2S. 29 ; September 5 , 3. U
At Kansas City : June 3 , 4 , 5. 0 ; August 2
3 , 4 ; September 11 , 12 , 13. At Omaha : June
7 , S 9 , JO" ; July 29 , 30 , 31 ; September S , 9 , 10
At Minneapolis : June 11 , 12. 13 , 14 ; July 20
27 , 23 : September 18. 19 , 20. At St. Paul
Juno 1C. 17 , IS , 19 ; July 23 , 24 , 25 ; Septembe
15 , 16 , 17. 1
Detroit At Milwaukee : May 13 , 14 , 15 , 1C
July3 ; August 13 , ' 14. 13 ; September 4. A
At Indianapolis : April 20 , 21 , 22 , 23 ; June
21 , 22 ; August U , ! > . 9. 10. At Columbus
April 23. 2U , 27 , 2S ; Mny 8 ; June 21 , 25. 2C
August 11 , 12. At Kansas City : June 7 , 8
9 , 10 ; July 30 , 31 ; August 1 ; September S
9 10. At Omaha : June 3 , 4 , 5. C ; Augus
2 , 3 , 1 ; September 11 , 12 , 13. At Minneapolis
June 1C. 17 , 18 , 19 ; Ju'.y 23 , 24 , 25 ; Septeinbei
13 , 10. 17. At St. Paul : June 11. 12. 13 , 14
July 26 , 27 , 2S ; September IS , 19 , 20.
Kansas City At Milwaukee : Mny 20 , 27
2S , 29 ; July 19 , 20. 21 ; August 23. 21. 25. At
Indianapolis : May 21 , 23 , 24 , 25 ; July 13 , 1C
IS ; August 10 , 17 , IS. At Columbus : May 17
IS , 19 , 20 ; July 9 , 10 , 11 ; August 19. 20. 21
At Detroit : Mny 30. 30 , 31 ; June 1 ; July 12
13 , 14 ; August 2C , 27 , 27. At Omaha : May
i , 9 , 10 , 11 ; July 3. C , 7 ; September f > , 5 , C
At Mlnncapalis : May 4 , 5 , C. 7 ; June 30
July 1. 2 ; September 2 , 3. 4. At St. Paul
April 29 , 30 : May 1 , 2 ; Juno 27 , 2S , 29 ; Au
gust 30 , 31 ; September 1.
Mlmieapols-At ! Milwaukee : May 30 , 30
31 ; June 1 ; July 13. 1C. 17 ; August 27. 23
29. At Indianapolis : Mny 20 , 2 ? , 2S ; Jul >
19. 20 , 21 ; August 19 , 20 , 20 , 22. At Columbus
May 21 , 22. 23. 24 ; July 12 , 13 , II ; August
1C. 17. 18. At Detroit : Mny 17 , IS , 19 , 20
July ! > , 10 , 11 ; August 23. 21 , 23. At Kansas
City. April 21 , 22 , 23 , SI ; June 21 , 22. 23
August 12. 13 , 14. At Omaha : April 23 , 2C
27. 2S ; June 24 , 25 , 2G ; August 9. 10 , 11. At St
Paul ; May 8. 9. 12 , 13 ; July 4 ( p. m. ) ,
7 ; August fi , 7 ; September 5 ( a. in. ) .
St. Paul At Milwaukee : Mny 17 , IS , 19
20 ; July 9 , 10. 11 ; August 19. 20. 21. At In
dianapolis : May 30 , 3D , 31 and June I ; Julj
12. 13 , 14 ; August 20 , 27 , 27. At Columbus
.May 2C , 27 , 2S , 29 ; July 19 , 20 , 21 ; August 23 ,
21 , 25. At Detroit : May 21 , 22 , 23. 21. 23"
July 15. 10. 17. 18 ; August 22 , At Kansas
City : April 23. 2C , 27. 2S ; June 21 , 23. 2.1 ;
August 9 , 10. 11. At Omaha : April 21 , 22 ,
23. 21 ; June 21 , 22 , 23 ; August 12. 13 , 14. At
Minneapolis : May 10. 11 , 14 , 15 ; July 3.
4 ( a. m. ) , 5 ; August 5 ; September 5 ( p. m. ) , 6.
HVKXTS OX TJIB IUJ.VITHACICS. .
Mny IIrniixii'nil Annlii SIKMVN HIT
Ability ii n llnrrr.
NEW OTILKANS , Feb. 2C.-Ciiirles | T. Pat
terson's good nily. May Hempstead , ngaln
showed her quality today by racing u
Held of very fair 'J-yenr-olds to a standstill.
The weather was line and the track fast.
The usual half holiday crowd was present.
Kemilts :
Klrrt race , Helling , seven furlongs : Tom
KiiiKslpy wm. Percey K second and Crystal
line thlid. Time : 1:32 : } ; .
Second race , 2-year-olds , four furlongs :
May llrinpstead won. Pansy II second mid
The Diver third. Time : 0B2'/i. :
Third race , selling , six and a half fur
longs : Jollypon won , Ulacklng Brush second
end anil Pop Dlxon third. Time ; l:2CVz- :
Fourtn race , handicap , nix furloncs : J. A.
finy won. David second and Kilt1 Penzance
tiilrd. Time : 1:1S. :
Flftn race , selling , woven furlongs : Irish
Lady won. Truxlllo second and Stanza third.
rime : KS3.
Sixth race , soiling , mlln nnd a sixteenth :
Jim llJfc'K won , Urotlier Kred second and
Van Nessa third. Time : 1:51 : ,
SAN KHANCMSCO , Fob , 20. Weather fair ;
track slow. Itt-sults :
First race , lx furlonps. selling : Jack
Martin won , Fortunate second and Olleeta
third. Time : l:179i. :
Second race , six furlongs : Clmrl A won ,
Ifiinmela second and Daylight third. Time :
"Third race , Mnlowsky stake , 1mf ! mile :
Milt Young won. Frank Ireland second and
Olisldliin third. Tlmo : l:50Vi. :
Fourth race , hurdle , mile and a quarter :
Captain Kee won. Major 3 second nnd
Monitu third , Time : 2:28 : 4.
Fifth race , seven furlonpfi : Dr. Mark won ,
Odds On second and Marlnga third. Time :
: S2.
'sixth race , uelllnir , three-eighths of n mile :
loyal Fan won. Master Iluck second and
Canace third. Time ! 0:30 : .
It'll , DINfi A I'l.lIASI Hi ; IlKSOHT.
I'lirrliime nil I sill nil In Ue
troltHirer. .
CHICAGO , Feb. 2C.-Chlcago Uland. with
i race track , thtater. Dilutes , Intramural
railway , b.ist' ' ball park and every other
known fen turn in the world of nmuxcment
and xport. U to become a reality. The Island
U sltuaUM In the Uttrolt river eight miles
tic.uth of ( liEi city of Detroit , but It is to bear
th < name Chicago ami will b * dedicated to
Chicago citizens. The transfer has Just been
romploted. ( iM > r e Dobcy. u banker of Gle.ii.
CXJP. Out. , If the purchaser , and he paid
$750,000 for tlio la ml. which he U going to
make morn f.unou < than Coney Islind. Tlio
whole viitoriirlso la to bo bonded for 12.000-
1 > H The Chicago attorneys who imvu charge
of llio tleul promise to have a Aorhl'H ( air
nn u xma'l ncale lieforo many mantlui. All
I tin attractions are to be ready before the
rtxt anniversary of the Chicago lire , and
on .that duy there wl'.l be a change of name
iiiid dedication. Three Detroit catiltttlUU
huve bo Mi Die owner * of Fluhtltur liland , '
the immo which , thu little strip of luiul hua
born u xjnce t'u ' > days white people tlmt dU-
" " red it , nd have uteti it a * a jirlvutu nt.
sort for several yfvirs. The Palms hotel
erected by tbew men 3t ? Included in the
purchase and will bo tnJSnJil under the new
management. The deed for the transfer has
been recorded nnd Mr. Dobey Is now In Chi
c.iijo treating with the prospective. Icssucs
for privileges.
_
Joi'Ury f lull Trnolc Official * .
NEW YOniv. Feb. 26. At last night's
meeting of the Stewards' Jockey club the
ofllclals nt the race tracks under Its control
were appointed as follows , for 1S9S : Starter ,
C. J. Fitzgerald ; Judges ; -Cflnrencc McDowell ,
11.V. . Scott ; clerk of the scales , 11. C.
Crlckmore ; timer , H.V. . .JJarreto ; starting
Judge , Ben Drush : pafldocTcand patrol judge ,
J. I. . . Hall ; handicap and forfeit clerk , J.
F. Vosburgh. The starter was clerk of the
course last year nnd h s started horses in
Detroit nnd In the last two years In New
Orleans nnd has made a cootl record. Ho
was for several years clerk of flic scales.
Mr. Crlckmoro Is nn old and well known
racing olllcliil. The others served In their
rotpcctlvo positions last year.
Hniitli DnUotn HhooiliiMT Tonrnnntcnt ,
HtmON , 9. D. Fob. 26.-Spcclal.-Ar- ( )
rangemcnta nro being- made by the loca
gun club for the annual meeting of the
South Dakota Sporting association , here the
first week In June. The prizes mill bo llbera
and itho contests entered Into by some 01
the best shots In the northwest.
Team IMIon Up HIIIIK.
SYDNEY. N. S. W. Feb. 26.-In the final
te-st match between the visiting English
cricketers nnd the Australian players , which
began today , the Englishmen batted first
and at the close ot play scored 301 runs for
flvo wickets down.
There arc three little things ivnlch no moro
work than ny other thrca little things cre
ated they are the ant , the bco and DoWltl's
Uttlo Early MUcra , the last being the famous
little pills for stomach and liver troubles.
UHMOVES STOMACH OF A WOMAN.
Patient Ilulllcn nuil In Apparent ! )
\Vvll.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 26. Dr. Charles
F. Ilrlgham , at St. Luke's hospital , made a
complete excision of the stomach of a female
patient Guttering with cancer and at a late
hour last evening , thirty-six hours after the
operation , ho was resting comfortably with
almost a normal pulse and tetnperaturo. It
will bb at least a week , however , before theio
can be well grounded hope for complete re
covery. The patient Is 65 years of ago and
for the last three months lias taken ciothlDs
but liquid food and that In very small quan
tities. Dr. Urlgham , who has been attending
her. decided to inako nn Incision with n view
to possible gastrectoniy or gastro-gasterot-
omy , but after finding two-thirds of the
dtomach Involved lu the malignant growth
ho decided upon complete excision. In this
ho was assisted by Drs. Boyd , Porter and
Iluntlagtoii. The patient was a little over
two hours under the knife , the anaesthetic
causing her no subsequent discomfort. This
la the third operation of the klr l en record.
Dr. Brlgham conducted the operation upon
much the same methods followed successfully
by Dr. Carl Schlatter In Zurich and his pa
tient will bo nursed back to strength under
a similar diet. If Dr. nrlgham's patient
progresses as the one In Switzerland , chicken
will bo oil her bill of faro two weeks heuce.
I'ISXSIOXS FOR 1VI2STI2UVKTEIIAXS. .
SurvlvorN of Inte AVar lloineiultercil
by (7fiu-rnl ( ( ovuraiiiciit.
WASHINGTON , Feb. -SpecIal.-Pon- ( ) -
slons have been Issued as "follows :
Issue of February 9 :
Nebraska : Original Henry Stonc.r , Craig ,
$10. Increase Robert Stewart , Phillips , $ S
to $10.
Iowa : Original Ellas V. Van Kps , Dav
enport , $ S ; Charles C. Uaumonn , Davenport ,
38. Restoration and additional Charles H.
Thomas , deceased , Clinton , JS to $12. In
crease Jacoi > Van Antwerp , Strawberry
Point. JS to J12. Reissue Charlc. * Hughes ,
ACton , $10. Reissue and Increase Luther
S. Hall. Toledo , $10 to { 12 Original widows ,
otc. Cyrene C. Ulelby. Tolado , $12.Sarah ; J.
Leo South English. $ S ; ( special , February
12) ) Henry Mi Wilson , . /nther. Rock Valley.
$12 ; reissue , minor of "William J. Magee , La-
oono , $14. Mexican ya-ar widow Louisa
Townseml , Wlnterset , S.
1 South Dakota : Original Henry Stow , Red-
Held , $ ; Frank Alnrlch , Forest City , $ S ;
Washington U. Charles , Sioux Rills , $8.
Original widow , etc. MapFox. . Naples , $ S.
Montana : Original Simuel : F. Nevin. de
ceased. Butte , $ S. Original widow , etc.
Mary E. Nevln. Huttc , $ S.
Colorado : Orlglna' Thomas C. Hook ,
Leadvllle , $10 ; I'ias Hayten. Idaho Springs ,
$ C.
TriniilINTHIPH Iluxiiiir.
Beginning tomorrow night and continu
ing six nlgttts ; at Metropolitan 'ball , will
be held Temple Israel's bazaar. One of the
unique features of the bazaar will bo the
musical and dramatic entertainments every
evening. On the opening night addresses
will be made by Mayor Moores and Rabbi
Franklin and a grand orchestral concert
will be given by Kaufman's full orchestra.
On Tuesday evening the. stage entertain
ment will bo a most novel affair under the
title "Living Advertisements , " Over 100
children will participate In It. On Wednes
day evening the operetta , "The Dress Re
hearsal of Cinderella , " will bo rendered by
a cast fully able to cope with the dllllcult
but beautiful music. This production will
be under the direction of Harry Oleson.
"Dr. Baxter's Great Invention" will be
given on Thursday evening. Friday night
there will be no sales at thu bazaar , but 11
grand sacred concert Will be given , and
Saturday night will close with a grand ball.
The purpose of the bazaar Is to raise
funds for the erection oC a new house of
worship.
The women of the German Turners nre
arranging for a fair to be given soon nt
Turner hall on Hartley trcct.
Two I'lcanant IlnllN.
A very enjoyable dance was given In.
Turner hall last night for the bsneflt of
lodge No. 1 , Dannlsli Uro'therhood , by the
Hcho Slnplng club , which In the musical ad
junct of the lodge. There was a very good.
jttendance and It was regaled until n late
lour with an excellent program of dances.
Among the numbers were interspersed so-
ectlons by the Kcho Singing club and the
Dnnla Slnglnp society of South Omaha.
Jone.4 and Russell also performed n farclal
; urn and Prof. Donnerwetter played sovcral
Into selections.
The Scandinavian Klondike Social club
pave a successful masquerade hall In Wash-
iiKlon ball last night. The attendance was
good and a number of the dancers worn
striking and original costumes. Prizes were
i warded for the best costumes.
For l.ni'i'i'iiy tut llallri * .
Frank Dillon was arrcatod lust night on
1io charge of larceny as bailee , brought by
\i. \ A. Goldsmith , a saloon keeper at Ninth
md Capitol avenue , Mr. Goldsmith sayj
hat Dillon has been In his employ ns a
lucUdrlver and was given SO per cent of
he earnings of the hack as his share. Dur-
111- the campaign last full Goldsmith rays-
hat h rented the hack to a certain cuii-
lldate for $10 , Ho could not collect the
noney and claims he paid Dillon half of
hat amount out of hWMnvn p ckot. .The
ill ! has Ix I'M recently cifllttitfd and Gold
smith asserts that Dillon has kept the pro
ceeds , as well as the $5 .which he previously
received.
HoiiU-liiH 'Ill-Ill ' ii a Tiller.
R. A. Hopkins , n supposed thief , was ar
rested last night on a "complaint made by
Mrs. F. M. Humphrey , qf .Tekumah , Neb.
Mrs. Humphrey was trimming through this
city on her way to Huron , Ind. . when she
vas robbed of her pockctbouk , containing a
allroad ticket and $3 In'-'tnoncy. She had
eft her seat for a few -'minutes ' to assist
nether woman with UiHlcli child , when a
oung man sclze-d lierimpocketbook and
umpvd from the truln. fh $ ticket has been
ecovered at a brokers , , wiyp and Hopkins
a thought to have bee ; ' thief.
.In * ) o
Citizens in the nt'lshl flitfod of Twenty-
econd nnd Webster Htreets Have made com-
lalnt of two men who we're loitering about
Idt locality In u susplcldiiH manner. They
ver noticed apaln yesterday In an alley
ear tlmt corner and were arrested by de-
ectlves. The men uro Martin Miller and
on Murphy and yesterday were L > rnifit ) to
rial In police court us suspicious charac
ters. Tney were sentenced to thirty duyu
i jail.
| . 'or llfiilliiK' a Woman.
George Duncan was trlc-d In policy court
csterday for uttauult and battery com-
nltted upon a young woman with whom
le has been Intimate. It as disclosed that
ho woman's face was badly bruised from
il nvs struck because of 'her turdlnesd In
timing civur $3.75. Duncan wua uentvnued
o thirty days , thu middle ten on bread
nd water.
llurclarrrentiMl ,
John C'ampbvll , otm of the burglar * who
ecured $00 from thu liouse of Elllu Kelly ,
22 North Twtnly-second xtreet , a few
nnllis UKO , WUH urrented hint ills lit. 'IVo
f his usuoclutea have already been iTlvcu
"la at tb laU' prUoa.
FLUCTUATIONS ARE WIDL
Prices Vary Widely 011 Chicago Board o
Trado.
WEEK STARTS WITH A BULGE IN WHEAT
After llcnrliliifT < Iio HlKli rolnl lit ( lie
DcoFiiihpr Stitirfie It lroix Hack
tu the I'rloco lit it
AK < > .
CHICAGO. Feb. 26. The course &f the
whrat market In the past week lias been nn
extremely erratic one nd prices have cov
ered a wide range. May showing 6V4 cents
and July 5 cents difference between the hlgl
and low points , Yesterday's closing prlco
lor May sliowed no change from that of a
week ago. July , however , showed moro sus
ceptlblllty to weakness Into In tlio week and
closed nt a decline of % ® $ i cents. Tlio
principal factors wrre the operations o
Joseph Loiter and the course of Wall etrce
stocks. On Saturday tlio statement l > :
Loiter that he had aotd1,000,000 bushels o
his wheat to foreign consumers made a very
strong market. Late In the day efforts to
protect weekly "calls" and sudden bidding
for July by Lcltcr brokers caused a stampede
of new eliorts and resulted hi the wilder ,
market seen slnco the bull caminlgn etartet
months ago. Tlio mnrkct advanced nbou
5'/4 cents , May reaching I tic highest poln
touched during the December bulge , $1.09
and July sold to 93 % con to. A 3-crnt re
action followed on heavy realizing. The
nervousness continued through Monday's
session , though In a minor degree. There
were further efforts of shorts to got out It
view of Tuesday' * holiday , but scarcity o
offerings made trading In largo lots out o
the question. Small further advances were
scored. Weakness developed on Wednesdaj
on sharp declines In the English markets
and on Thursday the slump In Wall jstreot
resulting from the gravity of the Cuban news
caueed a general unloading of the smaller
holders of wheat , the market becoming fully
as weak tut It had been strong earlier in tbc
week. TUere was an Increasing dlsposltiot
ehown among trailers after Monday's bulge
to close out their trades in wheat and go
Into the coarser grain markets on accoun
of the belle ? that Letter had almost complete
control of wheat , and the effect was seen
In the greatly diminished volume of trade
in that commodity , except during the periods
of excitement. Improvement In Wall stree'
caueed some covering of tfaorta early In Krl
day's session , but lack of mipport , hcavj
Argnntlne shipments and lower Kosllali mar
kets tnude a weak market of It later.
Wo are anxious to do a ilttio good In this
world and can think of no pleasanter or bet
ter way to do It than by commending One
Mlnuto Cough Cure as a preventatlve of pneu
monia , consumption and other serious lung
troubles that follow neglected colds.
AT TF1E HOTELS.
"Investigation has been made by the nava !
authorities at Washington as to the safety
of ports on the great lakes In case of war , '
said Frank 'M. Putnam ot Milwaukee at the
Mlllard last night , "and now the auxiliary
navy Is prepared to meet any anticipate ! !
danger. This navy , which could bo called
out In a week , is composed of 20S huge lalu
freighters and passenger boats , each moro
than 250 feet in length , ( Many four , five am :
six-Inch rapid firing guns nnd hundreds of
one-pound and six-pound rapid firing rllles
have been designed for them. To man the
vessels would require more than 2,000 olll-
cers and 40,000 men. It is contemplated
that the regular crows would see to the
sailing of the vessels , and they could ho
manned by enlisted landsmen , naval militia
men , who would act as gunners , nnd offi
cers nnd National Guardsmen. Whaleback
steamers , about 100 in all , are not listed' ' for
emergency. Some competent authorities be
lieve that these vessels would be the mosl
formidable of all the steamers on the lakes
in time of war. "
"There has just been placed side by sldo
In the Smithsonian Institute at Washington
two snuWBhoes which represent as fairly as
anything in existence the progress of civili
zation ou this continent , " said C. J. Am-
brcse ot Baltimore last evening. "One of
them Is a most primitive affair and was
originally secured 'by the Wllkes exploring
expedition It represents the oldest type of
snowshoes known. The other Is a snowshoe
of the sort that one sees In the shops where
articles of that sort are sold the modern
type. The first of these was found at the
mtuth of the Columbia river in the state
of Washington. The frame Is an elongated
and Irregular hcop of pole , spliced and
wrapped at the heel. There are no cross
bars , hut three turns of the rawhldo netting
are sewed together and answer precisely
to the rest under the ball of the foot In the
modern specimen. In the old snowshoe may
! ) e seen in a rude and primitive form what
It known as the 'Renfrew foot' netting , sot
in a scries of slings made of twined bablchc ,
or strips of rawhide , and caught around * the
frame with a half hitch and single true
knot. In the Irregular and artistic spacing
of the slIiiKs are seen the foreshadowing of
the open ornamental lacing on the more
elaborate snowshnes worn by the Canadian
voyageurs , which are readily made In the
same manner by omitting the filaments that
lass straight across In a triangle longer than
t Is wide.
"The modern netted rtiocshoe la a strong
coatrost. Its frame Is of ono nioto of
> iuar < ! d and tapered wood , cut in a curve
Iko an elongated letter 'S' on the Insldo of
ho toe. It If bent almost nrjuare In fro.n
and joined together at the henl with a short
.rallcc ; flat , oomeni'iat short and broad , and
laving two cro.'sfcvirs . eet well front and bic ! ; .
The frail and rear netting U very light , nnd
Is attached lo the knotted selvedge thong
In the u.suil way. The. Ingenuity of th"
maker hao been exhausted on the long crn.
tral HF < IO. The mnst noteworthy features
nr.t tlin nlv.clilnil v.'i'ivlnfr In Ktnilt thn'17
the double loop knctn above the fiame , the
single looffl ilwt1 the cress plecm , enclos
ing nt the same time ) ll'ie selvedge ami the
Ion ? twhted ends that form these iroup.i. ;
Theei thcco are the qiMdrnple CIOEB thons.t
of the footing , the neat slings holding tin
footings to the holes In the wjod anywhr > re >
about the middle epacc. Tlio nnumcnUtlc ia
on the outside am formed by tufts of differ
ent calored yarco MUKht unJer the knots in
the selvedge Idctig where It is tied to the
frame. In these Bnownhoes ono cm almost
tiocc the history of the development of North
America. "
"Recently , In Denver , I met the man who
owns the mine adjoltilng the world-famed
Tiffany turquoise jicoperty In Now Mexico , "
s.ild 8. D. Canfleld of Shei-Jdan , Wyo. . last
night , "and according to hU story It promised
to rival the lrfaaun > of the Now York'Jeweler ,
bf.-aube It Is thought to hold the nt'lf-naim-
deposit , as uily a dividing line dlMlnzulslif *
the claims. Turquoise Is worth from $2 to
$25 a karat , according to color and purity.
Tiffany lias worked lilj mlno for olx year.
steadily and made constant shipments. The
dupcalt of tils mine Is fabulously rich. Both
mines are three miles north of Ocrrlllos. A
young man bought the now Tiffany property
for $1.000 and Bold It for $230,000. You can
tell b ) thl transaction ho\v \ rich the Jtnveler'ii
grin Is. They wcti't let you pet eicar It.
Millions have been taken from the deposit ,
end It aeema to bo goad for as m ny more.
There art' only two turquoise mines In New
Mexico and these are the ones now being
worked. "
"Ono of the Important Indi-ntrlen carried
on In the Jaroes river country of Virginia. "
raid H. L. .Slminous of Marietta , 0. , last
night , "In the catching of sturgeon and co
curing thei CBKS far caviar. Sturgeon are
qulto plentiful in the hU'nrlc ' wutt-r , and
there are irony boats continually engage. ]
In the- business of catching them and bccur-
lug the CRKB for caviar. The Indud'ry la
profltPible. It U true , but when the extraordl-
uar > high price of tbei canned product Ii
tgken Into cnPlderatlon , the lljbeniuu'a
chare U meager Indeed. The reasoti IP quite
clear You will not Ire that the only kind
of caviar on < > w'll ' see on the bill * ofare I
tlicto dayi U 'HuinUu caviar' A vail maj j
Jorltyx > f this caviar never luivca the Unite J j
'F/tc public is cordially invited to at
tend the exhibition of the Hadji
Nassir Bey collection of
Persian
n
Turkish
and
and. . I
I Bric-a-brac.
Indian - - .
Composed of over 800 gems , mostly
antiques.
This is beyond doubt the finest ex
hibit of Oriental textiles ever shown
in this city.
Exhibition Tomorrow
From 10:30 : a. m ,
to 5 p. m. at
Auction Sale begins Tuesday , 10:30
a. m. and 2.30 p. m. , continuing for
four days only.
Commission Co . . .
Do you trade with Nicoll ?
Do you know how fair our
prices are ?
Do you know that you will
lind under our roof an as
sortment of this KeaHon's
woolens that comprise the
cream of the woolen mar
kets of this and foreign
countries ?
It requires an immense stock an immense Jissortment
to supply our half hundred branch stores in nearly every
principal city of America.
Any wonder that we are enabled to give you better mate
rials better values bettor all round naiisfaction than tlio
iverage tailor ? Suppose you come around juid have a talk
with us.
AVe protect you by refunding your money if we fail to
) lease you.
Trousers $4 to $12. Suits $15 to $50.
Spring Overcoats $15 to $40.
209 and 211 S. 15th St. - - - Karbach Block.
latca , but la font from the Jam-a river
ountry direct to the nmrktit. Tlio caviar
vhen prepared IB place , ) In kegs about the
Izo of the regulation beer-rvtulncr , anil Ii
hen , gome of It , nhippcd to cunning von-
cni.s in Husila. Here the keg are opened ,
the caviar put up In small tint1 , and shipped
back to this country all stamped and lettered
anil with a high price < itUchcd. Much of the
caviar never goes abroad , however , and U
labeled 'Russia' In th.'ri country. I elu not
sue the necessity of sending any of this piod-
uct to Jtussla. U Is just JH palatable with
out the foreign label. "
I'l'I'MUnil ! I'
doorgo Dee of Duhiiijue is at tlu > Mercer ,
Ira T. Ole-ason , Cblcaso , In a Mercer gucat.
Kd H. Miller of IndlanapolU is at the Mer
cer.
cer.W.
W. L. I'mil of Chicago Ii registered at the
Darker.
H. H. Schcll of IJostpn Is registered at the
Mlllard.
Lloyd Scruggs of Louigvlllo , Ky. , U at the
Mlllard.
H. H. UraiMi ia at thu Mercer from Phil
adelphia.
J. Jt. Holllutcr of Chicago In registered at
the Mercer.
II. H. I'omeroy oj New York IB toiping ; at
the Mlllard.
K. M. Greene of Chicago Is registered at
thu Mlllurd.
H. K , Odborn ot Waukeilm Is at the Mll
lard for a fi-w dajru.
( Icorgo W. Illble of Kar.eas City. Mo. , is
stopping at the Darker.
W. M. Swulne , U. S. A. , Fort Crook , IB
re-glittered at the Milliard. '
WII. . Cable and wife of Columbuv , 0. ,
are guc-stA at the 'Marker.
H , J , Mayhem of Denver , capitalist and
mine owner , U at the Mlllard hotel.
J. U , ilarrlton and wife o ! Dec Molnca ,
la. , are spending Sunday at the Marker.
William Llnder of the Tope ManuUcturlng
company , Hartford , Conn. , Ii at the Mllhrd ,
William Amterion , who lus been con
nected with the Murray hotel in thin city
Bluco IS88 , leaves today for Chicago , where
he has secured a place In the Great North
ern.
ern.D.
D. J , Darlington unil wife of Hoaton , Mans. ,
have taken permanent ijuarlcru at the
Ilailti'r.
J. 1) ) . l.r.tiK , general \\c'atern audit for the
I'hlstcr-VoKcl tannery of Milwaukee , ar
rived In Omaha lust night.
0. K. Hughce. manager , and Walt T. Mur
phy , a ent for Charlm lllanoy'a "A Hey
Wanted" company , are at the llarker.
Dr. W. 1' . Llewcllen nf Clarlnda. la. , for-
: mcrly superintendent ot the Wcntcrn Iowa
' Hospital for the Intanu , Is In the city ,
O , W. Hansen , Kalrbury ; W. W. Huudall ,
New York ; 8 , Kirk , Central City ; 13. II.
I'rlcu , Ilcatrku ; O , H. Hnyilur , I'luttamouth ,
are at the Mercer.
Captain Sailing , ox-sheriff of Surpy county ,
woa In the city yesterday. Mr. Hailing In
an cxicni'lve farmer am ] predicts that tlilu
will bo a banner year In Ncbrauku ,
Ixjula M. Katz of Joseph Ilelfeld & Co , ,
Chicago , In at the Mlllard , Sir. Katz In tryIng -
Ing to anaiigo for apace at the exposition ,
uu lilt ) firm will have a dUpluy of cloaku ,
coating in thu neighborhood of $18,000.
Nebraska people at the hotels : W. D.
Itlley , Kearney ; Charles 'M. ' Christy. North
1'latte ; M. M. HollliiKSWortb , J'crtluy ;
ThornuH Hrlglit , Waverly ; M. M. Jonen ,
George It. Wright , Lincoln ; Matt Daugherty ,
North I'lutte ; William King , Krumoiil ; H.
L. Livingstone , Klkhorn ; 'W. ' S. Jay , A. M.
NiXMi , Lincoln ; W. C. Ilrooku , .lleatrlce . ; D.
J. .Sinclair , Lincoln ; W. M. iJwalnc , Fort
Crook.
William McLaughlund , one of thu wealthy
farmer * of Harpy county , wau in the city
yesterday and called on The life. Mr. Mc-
LuughUnd came to Karpy county In 1853 and
settled near La 1'latte. Ho Ii ( he owner of
610 acrttt of land In that vicinity , which hu
cxpccUt to Bull during the coming Heunexi ,
An HOOD ay hu relU IiU farm | iu will remove
to Oii.alm and invcvt hU money in city
property
Children and < iduli tortured by burn * ,
fccaldn , uijurltv , rorc-iua e > r Bkln JI M c w y
ecuru InuUat relief I'y UD'UK ' DuU'ltt's Wltctt
Haive , U U tti treat I'llv

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