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THi: OMAHA DAILY HKK: TtJDAT. SOV.:I1U:n (5, 1D00.
CAMPAIGN GOES OUT IN BLAZE
E jratlicazs nod Dp with a Grfat Oati:
Deaosriritioa icd Panfie.
SOUND MONEY MARCHERS ARE NUMEROUS
One of lit Longest lolamns Brer een
In Omahn Mate with lied Fire
nil rirerrorUs and llf
oodiIi rrlth cheer.
Omaha pwKe-J tte throttle w,de cti
Monday night aad with a (nil bead of steam
s '.artel late celebrate the dote ( the
put rrosldeatlal campaign of 1H. la
miles o aarchlcg men, a MUa of sertse
and a corona of rockets and c&lorei fete
ahe (iirtsin! err f sdcrseacBt of the fall
dinner 'all aaJ reinfect the saalcoateats
f the free silver, free trade free soup
rabble. It was a aoatter parade. It beat
the shewing of the ether aide 1 to 1. If
there was apathy la the earlier stages of
the campalga. the seeming tcrpor a but
a husba&dtag of ealtiaia. kith was
let loose Ut sight l& one gratsd bunt of
A bird's-eye view 1 the pageant ob
tained from the top of a tall See build
las suggested nothing so tench at the
treat fery serpent of Clnse mythology.
SUrtlac froa Sixteenth and Cuming
street. H woand through th thorough
fare, a lens, uabrokea column of flickering
lights, spanned by a perpetual rainbow cf
otored are shot, troa Roman candle?
Here aed there a Sash of rrt splendor
transformed the night lato day. causing
the crowds that Used the streets to stand
forth la bW relief. Rockets shot hither
and talUfer. adding the eleaeat of danger!0'
hat was necessary to Impart zest to he
occasion. And amid it was aa car-spilt-tag
dla. The air was rent with the squalls
of tin horns, multitudinous cheers burst
irom U tnrong aioag i- line ma nr
there with the boons of a cracker. SelJoa
haa Oi&aha witnessed such a combination
of patriotism, enthusiasm and boisterous
"Come Like the Var Cotnr."
The elements sailed apoa the occasion
sad the coaditicaa throughout could aot
have been more suspicion'. It was a
Uauttful sight. With the arst touch of
darkness torches began to Sicker here and
there near the rallylsg points cf the va
rious word clubs. Cukkly these Isolated
wiil-o'-the-wijp took form, arranging
themselves iat colsaas. eight abreast.
Thea ther was another change in the ka
leldosccpe. The Individual clubs beran to
converge upon the central marshaling sta
tion near Sixteenth aad Coming streets aad
In aa incredibly short time the city was"
studded with s-clnUllatlng squad, armed
with Sambeaux boras, stocks of red are,
torches and Reman candles. Brass bands
bere and there struck up martial strains.
A few minutes after 5 the order. "Tor
ward, march'" was gtvea and the mala
toluaa of the parade, headed by a platoon
ef Follce, started south oa Sixteenth street.
For miles aloag the prescribed ltae of
march the thoroughfares were cne vast
theater. It secerned that every foci of
space had its human occupant.
The Swedish-American league, W9
strong, marched behlad a baantr which
read, Tailed for McKlnley." Another
bore the device, "Keep the Mills and
A labor crgaalzatlon Sung to the breexe
this sentiment: "Bryan Is 1C to 1 Bhlad
the Times. Keep Him There." These
words gleamed from the sides of a trans
parency; "Toa Cannot Create Wealth by
Law, but by Labor."
"Farming Doesn't Fay In Lincoln Town
Lota.' was the facetious legend of a tea
The traveling men cade an excellent
showing, being IW strong. Midway of
their ranks was borne a strip of canvas
sixty feet long, from which bold letters
shouted: "Sound Money. Sound Buslaess
aad Success. Elect McKlaley. Hold the
rhlllrplae Islands snd Open the Commer
cial P.oadway to the Orient" Oa the
other side was this- "Who Said All the
Traveling Men Were Against McKlnley r
la ISSfi Half the Traveling Men Were Idle;
Today tTMOO Are Employed aad More
Wanted." Other smaller banners told the
crowds aloag the way that "Traveling Men
Are for Kxpaasion aad Business," and
that "When You See McKlnley Traveling
Men You See Prosperity "
"ltaliaa-Americaa Hepubllcans"" ex
claimed a banner at the head of the
Italian contingent, :i strong.
(ifrnant Sboir Their Sentiment.
Then came the German-American club
with soe choice sentiments like this:
"Ul-JXKh-America's One Nation. One
Flag. One Destiny." "In the Battle of Bal
lots We Vote as We Shot." and "German-
Americans Believe In Faying Their Debts
with Honest Dollars."
Banners bearing such devices as "Sound
Money." "Prosperity." aad "The Full Din
ner Fall" were numerous.
"MeKlsley Is Great In War, Great la
Teace and Great In the Hearts of His Coun
trymen," was the battle cry Sung to the
breete by the Fifth Ward Republican club.
The Sixth Ward Republican club, tt
strong, followed with a happily worded
banner reading. "It to 1 Means 0 to S." The
ether side asked, "Are There Any Soup
The Eighth Ward club introduced an In
"You will find enclosed tHrty-oae
one-cent stamps for one of Dr. Pierce's
Medical Advisers, cloth bound," writes
James E. Crampton, Em., of Shirps-
burr, Washington Co., Md. " This book
is for a friend of mine who is usinj;
tout 'Golden Medical Discovery, and I
cannot praise voar medicine too hichly.
I was tn business in Baltimore and had
rheumatism for three months ; couldn't
walk at alL I tried the best doctors I
could get but they did rae no good. I
took three bottles of Dr Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and it cured me
sonad. I came borne to Sharpsburg,
and there were three cases of different
diseases. 1 advised the patients to use
Dr. Pierce's medicines, which they did,
and all wete cured."
"Golden Medical Discovery contains
ao alcohol, oocaiae, nor other narcotic
Free. Dr Pierce's Common Seas
Medical Adviser, looS pages, is sent free
oa receipt of stamps to pay expense of
mailing only. Sena si oae-cent stamps
for the book bound in paper, or 31
stamps for cloth binding, to Dr, R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.
lhat jvu Lavo a rij:ht tu express t
your iliua f--r the two rien you
want tae legislature to elevt to re- ,
reM-nt Nebraska In the United
State senate. This right Is siren to
you by the constitution of Ne-
braska as tbc nearest approach to
the election of senators by direct J
J rote of tbc people. Itcmctubcr. also.
t iui i au expression 01 p.eierence t
J must be followed by a rote for the J
legislative candidates wuo will
carry out the popular will. In other
words, be jure to put a cross op- J
poslte the name of your preferred
candidate, for United States sena- !
tor and also opposite the names of
the republican candidates for the
novation IB lie war ef a great life-Used
eltphast aade ef papier asebe. bearing the
Initial;. "G O P." aad mounted oa a Sbat.
The beast was Illuminated with red Cre.
while a !e aad draa corps played martial
atra at his.
The Omah Medical aad Desul colleges
ere well repreieate-d. Araour'a taea bore
a baaser hkh rt3, "We Are Dolag Thli,
No Coercion "
Two huadred aad fcrtyierta B. t i!
eaployei carried lanter&i aad torches, aad
were led br the B. & M. baad frota Platti
mouth. Their battlecry wai. "If You Want
Idle Men Vote for the Silver Idol."
It was 1C o clock before the head cf the
rreat column touched the rae-aat block at
Eighteenth and Douglas streets, the tccse
FINAL HOUR OF CAMPAIGN
Kmrh HrpBnllean chairman Keel, thnt
Auranc l Doubly
The republican state committee has its
wires strung to every county headquarters
In the state and has little left except to
. .v ...i. ti,. ....rr,.. .
await the result The suspense has I'U
wearinr e2ect uton the committeemen, wno
wearing eSect upon the committeemen
ate full of ccniitace bora of knowledge.
"I have no change to make in my esti
mates." said State Chairman H. C Llni
sar. "except that ear assurance has become
doubly sure. McKlnley has the sute of Ne
braska as certain as anything can be in
politics. My estimate forecasts a plurality
cf from S M-0 to :.K in Nebraska for Mc
Klnley. 5.0M to le.ttO for the state ticket,
a republican majority on joint ballot in the
legislature of from fifteen to twenty and at
least four rpubllcan congressmen."
The couaty committee win receive re
turns from every precinct In
the city 1
and county tonight, and will alto use
the service of a telegraph company for
outside news The committee Is mueh ea
CGcraged by the total registration showing
a republican preponderance of two- to one,
snd Secretary R. C. Jordan reiterates In
emphatic terms his belief that the county
will show a majority for the
whole republican ticket of t,iW. Full lists
of the registered voters have been made
for the use of challengers, and care will be
taken that no person not entitled to fran
chise shall cast a ballot Oa aa agree
ment with the democratic county commit
tee each party will be represented by two
challengers In each precinct
"This Is the third congressional cam
paign during which I have acted as chair
man of the committee," remarked T. W.
Blackburn, "and the prospect for Con
gressman Mercer's election has never be
fore been as bright Mr. Mercer defeated
DufSe la UH by LKK. Hitchcock in 1$S by
l.rtO cn a largely decreased vote and his
plurality this fall will be anywhere from
S.W0 to I.tOO. If the former fuslonlst ma
jority In Sarpy county occurs this time It
will be more than overcome by the repub-
Mean lead In Washington and the majority
will grow to good proportions ty the vote
ENGINEERS HAVE I'LCXTY TO DO.
1'air Year Abo They Were eeklng
for Almoat Any Kind of Work:.
"How any thinking man can cast a vcte
for Brrta Is a mystery to me," said City
Engineer Andrew Rosewater "Four years
ago It ws.4 impossible for civil engineers
to get wcrk. At that time many capable
engineers applied to me for employment
and were -willing to accept any sort of a
VosiUon. I remember that several men
who had b:en ia charge of Important rail
road work and were first-class engineers
were seeking positions and oSerel to work
for ridiculously small salaries.
"Railroad building was at a standstill,
there were no public Improvements being
made anl tEe oCces of engineers were de
serted. Today the reverse Is the cas.
Engineers have all they can do. Capable
men can and work almost anywhere. What
Is tn:e of the engineers Is true of laborers
and mechanics. Railroad building has had
& greater Impetus than ever before, aad
enouxa sea cannot be had to carry out ex
tensive public Improvements which are be
ing made la nearly all parts of the United
States. Yet some cf the men wfco are en
joying this prosperity will risk a chang
of administration and invite the conditions
of four years ago."
Former Secretary Patriotic League.
OMAHA. Nov. S. To the Editor
of The Bee: I have beea asked
aaay tiaes oa the street my opinion as to
the number of persons, members o:
otic leagues or otherwise, who are
to knife the legislative ticket cn Tuesday
In answer to all such Inquiries I have this
to say. after a most careful Inquiry and in
vestigation lato the true facts. While
some are very loud In thtlr denunciation of
Edward Rosewater. they are only a few
broken-dova politicians, who today staad
on the threshold of the eneay. The major
part of the most radical la past contests
have sow become conriaeed aad realise the
folly of turning over to the fusloslsta the
power of oface, aad that thetr only true
way is to stand by the action and will of
all republican coaveatloas, thereby bav
in the knowledge that they have been
henest with themselves and that by such
action It will tead to a complete reualon
of alt th true followers of the republican
principles. The results of next Tuesday
will, I am sure, bear me out In what I
say and a few loud-mouthed soreheads
will hie themselves to the woods la shame
and disgust I am. yours respectfully,
E. A. EVANS.
John R. Webster's Sentiment.
OHAHA. Nov. 5. To the Editor cf The
Bee I wish to express my disapproval of
the circular sent out by the so-called "Re
publican league." I know of no such or
gastratlcn of republlcaas and I cannot be
lieve republicans would be guilty of such
conduct When the claims of Individuals
have been submitted to the voters at a
primary election It Is the duty of all to
abide by the result and those who are de
feated, ai well aa the victorious, should
give earnest aad loyal support to the whole
The welfare of our state la at stake. The
success pf the republieaa ticket this year
Is so Important that the individual Inter
ests cf every maa should be completely
overshadowed. Then, let everybody lay
aside personal aabltlen asd let repub
licans, one asd all, heartily asd earnestly
unite to re-deem the fair same of Nebraska
and to give the whole ticket from top to
bottom the Urgent majority ever received.
Vouri truly, JOHN R. WEBSTE'
MO HELP HARTLEY BONDSMEN
WIV Tin's Baaiosi wTtau to Break Into
PAH) ATTORNEY A LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATE
(inirrnur I'ojnter Show Hl Hand
Itondmrn Ijiurr to Mltt I.nnd of
hortKcr from Their houliter
to Ihnt of the Tpn?er.
Krery taxpayer la .VebrasVa should l.aew
that chief asong the outstanding claitai
due the f.ate is the amount collectible
fross the iretl oa the oSclal bond of
foraer State Treasurer nartley. The
shortage which these men are obliged to
aaVe good sow approxtaates with Inter
est s :..
The case arainst the bosdsaea has been
tried several tlaes &ad Is still wnilng la
the courts, aad, hlle aany cf tte sureties
are not responsible, there are enough of
'..s.y.c. - i
sst whom Jcdgscal would be
good to Insure the collection If the court
should decide lhat they are liable aad or
With this great stake it Is no wonder
tvt tfis bondsmen are eater to hlft ,
the load'of the Bartley sbortag'e from their ,
os shoulders to that cf the taxpayers
cf Nebraska. i
That such a plaa is contemplated and
will be ctrrled through If the conditions
favor is clearly shown by a message sent
to the legislature by Governor Former at
the Instance cf these beadsmen. In the
closing days of the last session. While Its
particular application to the Bartley bond
Is carefdly hidden, lhat Is the aaln ob
ject, as will be readily seen by aayene
who reads the document, which is as fol
lows. Tnl of the Mee.
Executixe Chamber. Lincoln, Neb., March
:;. la v
To the M-rabers rf tne Legislature-
It has betn brought to my attention that
there are dje the state of Nebraska quite
a large number of claims for various
amounts, aggregating a large sum of
rom depositary banks which have
I .'ailed snd whose affairs are now in the
ti.,i-lhand or receivers, against the bondsmen
i of Bjeh proeuifs hve been commepeed
I bv the attorney ceneraL In ome Instance
by the attorney general. In some Instance
Judgments bae been obtained against the
bondsmen, but as too often happens, when
such Judgments are pushed. It Is found that
troptrtr has been se-ijestered or so covered
up that nothing en be collected by the
Tee state also has claims against the
bondsmen of ex-state oflielals. whose ac
counts ar in arrears, agiinst whom suits
are now pending Many of these claims
could be compromised If there was any
authority vested In any officer to make such
compromises, and thereby a gTeat deal of
money could be saved to the state which
otherwise will be a total less.
In view of these facts I would recommend
to votir honorable bodv that ou create a
eommtston whose duty It shall be to make
run eetiiemem wnn any or an wjutuiru
and the state of Nebraska against whom
proceedings are row pending or about to
be commenced. That this commission be
empowered to compromise thee claims by
the acceptance of money, real estate, or
other property In payment In full or In part
and that In every case the attorney general
shall be the counsel for the commission la
behalf of the state.
In the selection of this commission I
trust to your good judgment, both as to the
number of commissioners and the manner
of ippoliulnp them.
W. A. POTNTER, Governor.
Put Their Attorney to Kront.
From this it will be seen that the plan
of the benfismen contemplates the appoint
ment of a commission empowered to make
a compromise that is to say, to fix the
amount which the taxpayers will stand
and the amouat which the sureties will
be held for. Not only this, but also to fix
a valuation upca such real estate or other
property as the bondsmen may try to turn
lato the state in liquidation of their ob
ligations. Having prevailed on Governor Foyater
to tike this first step they naturally rely
upon his, if re-elected governor, to help
thea still further. The governor, however,
must be seconded in his efforts by the
legislature aad for-this purpose those in
terested in the bond have procured the
noainatica of their paid attorney. Frank
T. Ransom, oa the fusioa ticket for the
state senate from Douglas county.
Ransom represented the bondsmen at
the successive trials oa the bend and would
doubtless try not enly to push the com
promise olaa to success, but also to hare
himself madi one of the commissioners to
adjust the debt and appraise the property
which the bondsmen might want to unload
upon the state.
While e-rr one deplores the faet that
innocent citizens who signed the Bartley
bond should be called on to make good the
shortage aad would doubtless be willing to
make a reasonable adjustment of tb
state's claims against them, the danger of
entrusting the matter to the attorneys
for the bondssen requires no explanation.
FINE WEATHER FOR ELECTION
I'oreraater Welh I'romliri an Ideal
Day for rollinsr the Vote In
All l&terest In political circles since the
practical clcse cf the campaign centers in
the ccndltlon of the weather. Forecaster
Welsh has promised clear weather
for today, with slight change la tem
perature, miking it an ideal day for poll-
tag the vote. This ccsdltlcn from preseat
rill be general throughout
f ,vi. V-it.. q. ,
,t oz tne t.ite. antes.
the greater part
i,n, Vmnt,T So Vol.
Arraua-e for Employe, to ote.
Arraagcmeats have been cade by neariy
ir.rv hcsicesi house In the e ltv wherehr
their employes will be given ample tlra'e !
. . . , . . . , . . . i
ia which to go to the polls and cast the.H
,, ,, r
ballots. The Lnlon Pacific shops will be
closed durlat, the entire day and the store
cf W. R. Bennett t Co. will not open
" ,, , , , . rt.v.. a . ., ...
uam uuwi. wti i.a
equal liberality ana there win be no ex
esse for any one not voting.
The Bee has the best facilities for get
ting the election news. Watch the bulle
tins c? Seventeenth s'rret tonight.
TUB nEALTV MAIIKET.
INSTRUMENTS filed for record Monday,
November 5, 1S':
Bouth Omaha Land company to A. M.
Bherwood. lot II. b'ock 6. South
Omaha . I
Fritx Mueller and wife to Michael
Wroblewekl, lot 5, block f. Arbor
William 8. Arnold and wife to Isaac
Gibson, lot U. block t. potter s add
J E. George to Frank Tredy, e it
feet lot S. Mahoney' add
H S. Hall to T. E. Candlff. s a fett
lot . block J, Boggs A H 's add .. .
W. P. Bowers. exea-Jtor. et al to I.
Preston, lot 11. Archer Ptaee
J. R. Harris and wife to O E. Duns-
combe, lot . Haas' sjbdlv
n A ttni.rlnr.il and wif to W. R.
Morand. lot Is. block S. Drake's add j,cr)
J W. Savage to W. R Morris. H f
nv let 5. wH or s'- lot C, block 0.
Omaha, aid strip adjoining 1.50
W. R. Morris to L. T Savage, same . t,M
Si-Uh Omaha Land company to N. F.
Miecher. lot . block , South Omah 1.00
L. M. Knox and husband to Atlantic
Realty a&sociauon, n? lot si. nel
Same to same, lot . LaTayette Place..
Same to same, rH lot I, block 3,
Kountte's th add
Quit Claim Deed.
Ji A. Colfax to W L. Sby- lots li.
to t. J. 3. block T: lot a, block
t W U Blby's 1st add
C4ty of Omaha to J. W. Savage, strip
adjoining lot ii. Omaha
Same to same, strip adjoining let I.
block t, Omaha
I'&ited Sute to Cornelius Axe4on.
tiK, neV and H set JMS-ll. patent
Same lo same, ne1, r-e- JJ-lt-11. pat
ent Tcui amojat of transfers n",m
garland to assist munger
t nltrit titr t lrrnlt I onrl Will Open
eit rvU o rmhrr tlocUrl
I lnuoll llrj.
Th No-ratxr term cf the t'B. led States ,
circuit iouri will coaene at Oaaba. Mob-
day. Noveaber II. the petit Jury being
suaasne'l for oe week later. The num
ber of cases oa the NoTeaiber docket nake
It necessary for Judge Muactr to hare as
sistance In disposing of the business of the
coming term, so he has requested Judge
Csrland of the district of Soath Dakota to
aid htm. It is eipected that Judge Oar
land will arrive in Oaaha November 19, at
which time tht docket will be divided, eac
judge taking the lav cases aad the ether
taklag all equity cases, until the docket s
cleared. ben both judges will try jary
eases. By this xaeaas it Is hoped to get
the docket of the fedsral cosrt somewhere
near up to date.
A likens to wesl was taken out at Jutt
Vlnsonhaler s cfac by nder Hone Clark
of St Louis and Louise Claire Squires t
J -dee Keyor hfcs enjoined the cltr pr-
rtutlly from Electing the patlnc. curblrg
nO gutter taxes en property rn Curaai
street be:wen Thirty-sixth street nl
Lowe avenue. The city attorney arpee.l
ine case anj lurntsnu a ruperM aeos oona.
rhoo h. MBfl ilt In in dl trl.t
.Minnie iicirn iMTiniiri iuriiirni ii .ma i
wurt for a divorce frcm Krederick lloehr r.
AS!&. a't I
The plaintiff asks for the cu-tody of a I
cJilW. Dura. I
R 8. Hor?-i. as truste tf th Oreat'r
American Ki'.tlnn company. lw-s com
menced suit in the district court acMut
Mrs. J. Ben-3n and tne American tttnct
Tn?u raTw"r TheTum eVTed for n
earn case i. tllu.
Sheriff Power has attached lot S f
Clark's addition, owned by the defunct
banking firm of OfBcer k lusey of Council
Blunts, to secure the claims cf three Omaha
depositors. The claim -re toilav
rposi.or. ine ci;in . i r iohcivt-. .
har;e Gurdram. !&V Charle H Stephen,
HO; Thompson Ratleff. n.e;t
Alice C. SaMn has r-etitioned the district
court for a divorce from Stewart B. Sabln
on the ground of refusal t support. Mr.
Sabln asks for the cuModv t.f three chil
dren. Mary. George and Carter The bill
of particulars tn-d that Sabln earns a
salary t ti.v. a year, bjt declines to con-
tribute anr part cf It t maintain the i
family. Alimor.y is petltiond for.
The Bee his the best facilities for get
ting the election newt. Watch the bulle
tins cn Seventeenth street tcnlght.
Jessie Rartlett Davis Is at the Millard.
J G. Trimble cf Kansas City , m Omaha.
Albert Philip? of Rotterdam is in the
J. W. Patterson of Chicago is at the Hen
shaw. Hon J. M. Woolworth has returned from
H. V. Robinson aad wife cf Denver are
in the city.
J. L. Howxll of Albloa vras at the Mur
J. n. Robinson of Beatrice is a patron of
George J. Knapp of St Paul Is stopping
at the Millard.
J. R. Dean of nroken Bow registered
Monday at the Millard.
Hon. George L. Dobson of Ds Moines,
la., is at the Her Grand.
William F. Bryant of Harflr.gtoa is
staying at the Merchants.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorre RUk'siee cf Schuy
ler are at the Her Grand.
Mrs. Kate Ke-oc of Flaue Center. Neb.,
Is a guest at the Her Grand.
Charles Wayne and wife of the Orpheum
circuit are guests of the Henshaw.
R. C. Campbell of Gllmore and E. C.
Campbetl of Dawson are in the city.
J. B. Frawby. Tnion Pacific ticket agent
at Kansas City. Is registered at the Millard.
Paul Charlton has returned from a com
blntd business and pleasure trip to New
York. Frederick Bond of "The White r
Tavern" ccmpany is Mopping at the Hen
shaw. Thomas Sword. Fred ShoS and T. D
Air. w t.- McKnigr.t. buyer or the Boston
store, left Sunday for New York and other
Dr. Charles E. Furay left yesterday
for his home In Cbadroa, after a two-weeks'
visit In this dty.
J. Bratt. mayor of North Platte aad Judge
of the district court of Keith county, is
at the Merchants.
Cora Ardell. David Elmer and E. H.
Thomas of "The White Horse Tavern" are
patrons of the Iler Grand.
Nebraskans at the Merchants- Vt.x1
Shoff. Thomas Sword and T. D. Sword cf
Plattsmouth. J P. Cara-srca of Tekamah
ana L. 1. Larson cr Kremcnt
John Fltchell of Clarendon. Kan . who Ms
been visiting his sister, Mrs N F. Martin
tyi North Twenty-nrst street, for the last
week, returned home last night
Dr. W. P. Haney arrived from Chicago,
where he has been spending the summer,
and will visit fcr a few days with his
parents, Mr and Mrs E. Har.ey.
Seventy-six special policemen who will b
on duty at the different polling places were
swora la at the mayur s oSice yesterday.
The Board of Education met for a few
minutes last night and after approving
the pay roll for October .-.ijoumed mat the
members might tttend the political meet
ings. The extension of the .North Omaha sewer
Is progressing rapidly, only abojt 1.1W
feet remaining unflr.ished. With good
weather the work will be completed by
The body of Mrs. Amanda French, who
blew out the Fa." at the Drexel hotel
Friday night ha been snt to Tekamah.
Neb . for Interment. The coroner decided
that tn inquest was unnecessary.
Within ten days the new asphalt paving
on Thirty-third street between Farnam
and Dodce. on Thirty-fourth between Far-
niRJ al,d Dodge and on Thirty-ninth be-
i tween Cuming and Burt will be thrown
oprn t0 traeL
1 re uaj jiors-e uncin-u o a lop DUgg).
,fce Tinfny of Free & Blaclu n)ara,ra. ran
away about 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
I demolishing the vehicle ar.d frlehteninr
I , , , I l.,. . .
,rtan.s " i?.1?, "IT1 "ear N,ae
teenth. o one was injured,
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The auditorium committee met at noon
yMterday at the Commercial club rooms
and immediately adjourred to go to South
PJJV.', 'h.i1!, fi'.0
! the members met. invitation, the mem-
i tef of the Live sivck exchange.
Two patients are now confined In the
emergency hospital and one of these will
be dismissed in a lew- days. J. Robblns of
Troy. Kar, who was sent to the hospital
Sunday, has developed a well defined case
of smallpox, but the disease Is in a mild
Sergeant Whalen ha t worn out a w-ar.
rant tor the arrest of Joe Selno. an Italian,
charging cruelty to animals. It l. alleged
that Selno permitted a pony, which had
tx?en entrusted to his care, to go Ave days
without feed or water. The beat belongs
to a peddler known as Dagau Scalll, who is
now out of the Ity The case will be called
in police court Wednesday afternoon.
Hallway .Notes and Personal.
A special car was provided for the
"Burgomaster" company from this city to
General Agent Jules Lombard of the
Pennsylvania has returned from a brief
business trip to Chicago.
J. B. Frawley. general agent of the
Vnlon Pacific passenger department at
faSS JKsInesel'tr1p ?? 'fig P""h
1US. IK. I
Kansas City. Is a visitor at local head- i tne melon
quarters. Al tj,0 .arne ho'-r the barn on the prcm
Superintendent of Telegraph L. H Korty i
or tne t moii i-acinc nsi reijme-o xrem
Keokuk. Ia . where he and his fatnllv had .
been on a short visit j
lUm- Potter, ceneral agent of the Erie.
Is entertaining his brother, who ls cor.
nected with the 'wrelgn department of the
The rerular monthly meetlrg c.r the di
vision superintendents cf the l'nlon Pac'fle
vu held at the office o' Genera! Manager
Dickinson Superintendent Park and )
Deuel of the Wyoming and Colorado dlvl- i
sloas are in attendance upon the meeting
The city Inspector of buildings has ls
surd the following permits- Henry Frank
furt. ltl) South Twenty-fifth, frame bam.
175; J Jensen, 4S Patrick avenue, frame
A bottle of Prickly Ash Bitters kept sa
the house and used occasionally means
i health to the whole sctaeMia.
C-p-T-i--'zr- it, y, ,ir i n .Tii.TrJi ,
ej South Omaha News .
Jr.'eri-' ,n 'it aT-.:gn 1 eaed up e- ,
it-Jmgi :ts?riaj and from car;y u.vro
log unt.l f-er tV. South (.itaalra lon'.-.a-ge&i
started tor Us&aba to join lo the tig.
parade the streets were filled ith little
clusters of taea tailing over the situation
Nearly every one conceded the eletlon of
Mercer, at well aa Parish aad the eatlre
repabticaa ticket. As for the result be
tween McKlnley and Brv;a ery few
seeased to doubt that the republican
woald carry the day. Those who appeared
to doubt the election of McKtaley be
longed to that faction of the local dem
ocracy that has Ueca distributing the
boodle All over the streets last night,
and especially after the Bryan meeting at
democratic aeadquftrters. complaints were
made by democrats that they had been left
out whea the pie was passed around. It
wa asserted by some leading democrats
that A M. Gallagher, who is reported to
have beea the local boodle dispenser, had
overlooked a best of fellows who were in
a position to do the fusion cause a lot of
good aad for this reason there will be
quite a bunch of democratic backsliders
today when it comes to voting.
The feeling against Shields has beea
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s---"P tiroagtr wuniu me iasi lew oays
and last night It was a hard matter to
J8! "a Enlo? I
Pw word for hla. The Easor faction,
of the democracy will fight hla to a staad-
still today aad if there ! anything In
street rumor he can hardly hope to go cut
of South Oaaha with very much of a vote.
Farlsh has spent several days here and J
those who have met hla say that he Is
the right man for the place.
There Is no doubt In the minds of repub
licans about the result on the legislative
1 ticket. Sehultx lad Wllcor ire Hath rvnn.
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ular here aad will poll a heavy lote. as will
the others ca the legislative ticket.
Notice has been given by all of the pack
lag houses and the Stock Yards coapany
that all employes will be given ample
time to vote. This means that the various
departments will be partially closed down
during the day for the purpose of allow-
Ing the men time off. Oa account of the
lenrth nf vA Hlls.t H Mti-. win v. I
--3- - ' . v. w .... is "til krv
slow, especially la the Second, Third and
Fourth wards. Ia the First ward it is
expected that the vote will move right
aloag. a party leaders look for a large
proportion ef straight tickets to be cast
ia this ward.
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polled. City Clerk Shrieley
has arranged for pleaty of help la his
oSce today and will be prepared to Issue
piptrs to those who failed to register.
Talking about registration, a funay cir
cumstance came to light yesterday. The
republican members of the Registration '
board of the First precinct cf the Third ,
ward are eaoylng a laugh at the expense '
cf the democratic member of the board. '
who forgot to register. This member de- '
elded that he would be the last man to ;
register oa Saturday night and so held off
Wbea It caae time to close the books he
was ia such a hurry to get away that the .
fact that he had not registered entirely
slipped his mind aad sow he has lost his
vote, for he has ao valid excuse for not
Good order will be maintained la the city
and especially at each election booth. '
Mayor Kelly has made provision for the
usual number of special pollcemea and tn j
addltloa has ordered the salooas closed.
Mayor Kelly TnlUs. '
Last night Mayor Kelly said that In ad- I
dltioa to Issulag a proclaaatloa closing !
the saloons today he had Instructed all of j
the patrolaca to persoaally notify saloor- 1
keepers that they sust keep their places '
closed rrom 5 a. a. until 6 p. a. The
mayor asserts that he will have all places
where liquor Is told watched and that he
will cause the arrest of the arst person
caught violating the law. jn this way he
hopes to prevent disorder of any kind.
Talk About the Count.
All members of the Election board have
been requested to count the vote oa presi
dential electors first In order that this In
formation may be tabulated and sent out
over the western lines. The balance of
the ticket will then be counted in the order
printed, but a special request is made
that the head of the ticket be counted
first and that as rapidly as possible.
Cheered the Paradr.
The South Omaha portion of the tig re-
I publican parade marched through the bus
laess portloa of the streets before startla?
for Omaha last aight and was roundly
cheered ell along the line of march. OH
and young republlcaas ualted la the ef
fort to secure a proper representation of
the Magic City In this parade and the
showing was considered excellent.
Made Cltr Gosilp.
City Treasurer Koutsky is expected home
from Crete today to vote.
Election returns will be received by wire
at several resorts in the city tonight
Candidates on the various tickets mad
their last calls yesterday afternoon and last
J. B. Smiley, who Is now in charge of the
Vnlon Rendering works at Chicago is home
Washington tent o. CT. Knights of the
! 5J,fabl ,T11! c!v.a Erand baU at oii
rellows hall tonight
Judge King Is holding police court these
: days In the jailer's offlce while his coart
rocnj ls renovated.
George Parks and his brother Robert
came up from Leavenworth yesterday to
remain until after election day.
J. E. Riley started work on the sewer be
tween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
streets i rom i to r ureei yesieroay,
W. J. Bryan talked to a good-slied crowd
in rront oi democratic headquarters last
night From here he was driven to Omaha.
Business In the cltr offices ls cractlcallv
suspended these days on account of the
painters worsting on tne wans ana ceilings.
Charles Martin, one of the recently ap
riolnted letter carriers, has reslmed. Hi
place will be filled by the appointment of
John nynn. one o: tne suobiuuie carriers
Bouth Omaha subscribers of The Bee will
be clven the latest election returns ir thev
will rail up the local Bee offlce, telephone
S. A. Walker, one of Armour's men. came
In from Sioux Falls. S D.. yesterday to
vote for McKlnley Four years ago Mr.
Walker voted for Bryan, but since then he
has changed his mind.
Car No 51 of the Dodge lice caught a Are
rrom a detective motor wniie ascencriT
the Dodge street hill at p m. Mondvy
and for awhile the flames were so fierce
that the destruction of the car was threat
ened. A full lead of paasengert was aburj
! and at Nineteenth street i-early all lft.
out tr.e car xept on to iwe.iiem ara lmv
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I n J i..,v.. ti..;. n.
v,,, lit. .lara.-re to the car tsir! from
V THE PURE V J
Graia-0 is n'X a s'iran'.aat like
coffee. It Is a tost; aad its ejects,
A successful substitute for coilee,
because it has the coffee flavor that
Lots of coffee substitutes ia the
market, but only one food drtcV
A-lrttrs ; 5tc snd u
Throt groat and ccmpleti cures effected by Dr. Greene's
Rervvra Bleed and Nerve Remedy,
Mrs. J. A. Ferre, who resides near 905 Main Street, Hartford,
' My dsughter Lulu btcstne very 111 whh t Vitus dance eret a yesr igo 5he became o bad
that she lot the ue of her runt arm -dridr. and wrthiugl.t il ore tit-e sbe wruld lose ktr
speech Her t niue wis almetl paralysed he rt to rd .hrccu'd col ferd rer.ell '!
ojgbt she woald gtt so ornmi 1 r.d to it aed hold her I trlrd severs! dtor t-:ihr. did rot
de her any good I did not and anything that wcnld help her ti til I t'irc !r Cretcc Ntrrcra
blood aad nerve reendy btoe U now, ty tic ue of this n-.ee Icier, ealbe'y c-ircC
C. H. Bailey, Esq., of Waterbury, Vt., writes:
"I an sore than glad to write about ay little dautbter Vctil short time ago the bid al
ways ben a very d- li.-att child and sbjrct'to lck spells iastiog wects at a time see wn cry
otrroos. and oar fimilr Juctor aid we would nerrr ruse rer the .ii so delicate and ffble
We tried moy rtzsri e without the least toed We felt much amiety ibont her, esperii.ly as
do doctors cMid incnt her asd had gr-at tear for h'r future tearcisr of the woadcrs briag
done by Dr Greene Serrura blood snd tie rrt rrtnedr t d-t-rn-.ioet to gie U to btr. she soon
commenced to tmpe te under Its ue led rtfyidly giined tn evtr rer-et She eats and sleept
well and her cerrrs t e strong The medicine his done wondrfs fcr rer asd it is tbc but we
ererkaew I recousrneid Dr Greene s Nerrura blood aad aerre rewedy. to everybody."
Airs. J. Learmonth, of 776 Broadway, South Boston, Mass., says:
At tea rears of ire my daughter bee.rae affected with a eerrous rendition which Ken d
reloped into Vitus' dance It w r,ronoun:ed bv the attending physic an to a very severe
.attack The inuth wotld tt drawn ipa.mcdicilly far to one aide the hinds aad arms were reb
leu aad roastantlr twitching Her limbs alio wrrewrsk. her inkles bnt under rer so that it
wti almost ImposiiMe to walk She wnu ferrous thit fit woald screitr. ilmoat Ulti tnaniic
indthrnhsre filsofcrting After two months treitaient without a cure I cocclnded to try
Dr Cretce'i Nerrura blooi nd rerre remedy. Three b'.ttlts n-irrlv enred ter. Me U tow
tbitteen yean ol i.asd as been well eter since, aad to-day it i picture of health."
!- at 3'1S Cliff rrla street evcup.e 1 lyl
james .fuar. was ajm si f ta-':v destroyed
by fire together with a horse and buggy A
pile of burning rubbish was the cause
I'JMS the parade M-rday rlph nt 9
o clock the aw : !r.g In fr rt c f A. C Ray
mer e hardware store at !";4 Firnini street
wa. acidentallv ent cn f.re The damaise
was rmlnnd. In colr.g to the flr the de
partment disarranged the parade to some
extent, but fcrtunately there were no ac
cidents. SOUTH DAKOTA NEWS.
Anavrera Speech of Prttlurerr.
ARTESIAN. S. D.. Nov. 6. ISpeclal Tele
gram.) Hoa. S. E Young of Sioux
Kails spoke bere last aight to the largest
and most enthusiastic audience that ever
assembled here. Mr. Touag was called to
reply to the Pettlgrew speech delivered
here a few nights ago, which he did most
successfully, giving a most masterly ad-
dress. For many years Mr. Young has
been an ardent supporter of Senator Petf.
grew, but the latter's disloyal course aad
treasonable utterances have caused him tc
campaign against the senator.
Pettlgrew has Insulted Roosevelt
herever he has spoken In this state and
has said that "Teddy" was two and a half
miles In the rear whea the boys went up
San Juan hill. Forrest Whitney, a member
of Troop A of Roosevelt's regiment, was
present and Mr. Young called upon him to
coae forward and tell the people what
Teddy" did at Saa Juan. The modest
young soldier said that "RooseTelt led bis ,
boys like a hero aad Pettlgrew's state
meats are malicious and false." The audi
ence went wild and cheered the Rough
Riders to the echo.
Hot Finish at Pierre. '
PIERRE. S. V.. Nov. 5. (Speelal Tele- t
erra.i The republicans of this city close J
the campaign toaight with the largest po ,
lltlcal demonstration of the year la tb. ,
city. The speakers of the evealag were
Congressman Burke, who made his closink
speech In this, his home city, and Major
R. Stewart, republican nominee for state I
Hospe's Great Piano Stock
Is now one of the largest and best se
lected In the west we have pianos of
all jrrades and prices from S13S up on
all kinds of terms to suit the purchaser
this week we are matins special cut
prices on our second-hand pianos of
which we have a great variety from
S20 up special bargains In second-hand
organs some as low as $10 Have you
seen the Apollo self-playing piano at
tachment: A. HOSPE,
tloile us Ait 1613 DoDglit,
Orex L, Stiooman is ail right
He's always right-so are his misses'
shoes be has spent money and time In
getting a shoe that Is all right find ojr
salesmen know how to fit them so that
they are comfortable to growlnz fort
he has a mioses' welted sole on the
wide foot-form last that pleases the eye
and makes the feet glad made of light
and heavy calf and kid with spring
heel the wide range In price $1.7.r..
S2.'Si and $2.00 ou these weltt-el shoes
makes it easy for one to own a palr
thelr Is economy and health in every
Drexel Shoe Co.,
Scvr Cataloicre ready Sent free for
, Omaha' I p-to-dale Mine llonse.
14X0 FA It AM STHEtyr,
senator There was an immense torch
light processicn and the hall was packet
with an enihusfsiK crowd for the meet
ing. Politic- Alltr lu trail.
LEAD, S D.. Nov. 0. (Special Tele
gram.) Republicanism Is showing itself
tonight In Lead. Halt the voters from
Deadwood have come up and together with
the republican voters of Lead have formed
a torchlight procession a half a mile long.
At the corner of Main and Mill streets
Judge Joseph B.' Moore attempted to en
tertain a handful of populist voters.
Colonel V. It Steele of Deadwood is
addressing people at the cpera bous,
euloglxlag McKlnley and prosperity from
a democratic standpoint. Lawreace count
will turn out a big republican majority to
THE ALOE & PENFOLD CO.,
Largest Medical Sapsly Hoa.
lOS Farnam St.. OMAHA,
Opposite Pattern Hotsl.