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VOL X1T. flr, SM.INA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. NUMBER 17 JVauJI UMORs! BslthaFlraeaf WIIHIMI &J On te to tr JlSclMtfZ -'1CAL if) A WW Awatt Dnrtteot. Mr. Oscar Beltz la always vide awake In hk batiness, and spues so palas to secure tts best of every arti cle la his line. He has secured the agency for the celebrated Dr. King's NewDkcoTery for Consumption. The only certain cure known for Consump tion, Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Hay Payer, Brenehltk, or any afTeeUea of tbe Threat and Langs Sold on positive guarantee. Will giro yoa a Trial Bottle Free. Regular atee, $1.00. TiiENatlonal Republican Commit tee baa .received thus far only two no tices of eon tested seats In the Chicago convention. PLUMBERS AND STEAM Ob loth . re lHk.. Three iocb Fwt IB- -IS09 . 7S0 - M -1160 FlrelBchca tilt Qaarter eeUuiB IS OS HaW eetaaaa SO 00 Whet catena 44 00 jpob fix norm. Use iBch. ..! 8 00 I Fir laeae III 00 Tvelacbe.- 1100 1 Oairter eolaina.- M Three Ische II CO I Half eolaaiB 4000 Fear loehe. II 00 Whole colon D 00 rsa on TttB. fit oo i Flrelockr- M00 . 1700 I Qaarter eoleaa- 3 M Um Ibcb. Tva larhea Three lathee 11 00 I Half eoJeaa 00 09 Tear lorae- ... U 00 I Whole ntaai WO 00 Eyprofewtntl or Buiara Cuda, occapjlof onre 1Mb of apace, oae 7 Mr, f to. U-Lgl Notice at Lepl Kate. CJ-BariDM Katlre la Netra or Local OelaeaBi errBreataaHae. ST-ABsail Aatertitera are aHewed the prirl eje ororeuieaal rfaaafea. THE LARGEST 3Bet itoels; ot-rioiAi. couHTy dibeotobt. W. B Sfhell. Pint Dblrlet, bob Hmrt, Rerasd DWrlrt, 11. llamttarcer.Thlnl DWrlrt, Jetepb Sarreat Jot Moerr- ... Hf Feraar JOMBtf CeBBUaaloBin. CooBtjCleric .Coaatr AUoraer HurU -Treaaonr 1. B. HimHlan.. l. F.Sap4e F L Wearer L A. Parta -SoptrintendfBtof FubUe Beboolt Or J B. aroeer Ceroat -Eeprtrcf Deedt ..Coonty Barreror Jeaathaa Wearer.. Frank Ferlla A r CoHtBa, R N Steam,-. Tom ABderaea J It. PreeteU, -Jnilreof Frobtle Coort .Uerr of District Coort .. BeprBMBUtiT .State Be aator -lodx Diitrlet Court OFFICIAL CITY DIBEOTOBT. E. W.Ober Mayee cornet Lr. Flrrt Ward-Taylor Miller. O. A. W. Bos. Srcend ward Jm. WcbteiTer, Wm. Itogben. Third Ward-L. O. Wlf ht, A. B. DkklBMm. Fourth Ward-W. F. OiltMrt, WWU Brlttol. W D. SadeHtr, Treamrtr C A. HHler, City Attoraer A. Boadl, Police JaJt K. K. Bea Clerk W II. Sbifftr FoadOrerteer ALIIIoe Chief of Fin Department k natai or aoaao or idbcitjox. rint Ward J. H. Olbeon and Q. F. Sapple. Ami Hart JoaalhanWfaTfr and C. Bber hardt. Tklrd Ward W. B. Flaodera and B. A. LorHt Ann WtrJ-C S. Coaradud&.H.UIbb(. AOaeXfJ Trrrfeer-X.WileoB aod J. M Acd.r- RA1LR0 AD TIME-TABLE. Btslleiei?, Faacj irtreles, ' UABk B9ks, Wall f spcr, if iFJCTERS -OSaUBl IS C' XE week from next Tuesday the Republican Katinnal Convention will assemble. All are at sea as to the re sult, no one being confident of any one's nomination. Ehpbbor Wimjax has accepted the resignaUen of Bismarck from the Pretidey of the Cabinet, and has appointed as hfa successor Bolthcher, the Prussian Minister of State. Tejs,gtcKtc Kvar Breacht ss this actlaa of Ik Pemturjr. SabetrlptlOB reealred -far the UnUaa Weolty aad KactUy Papon aad Nacaatara Dtliy G. A. SOLBERGe, mmm mm m$i mwmwm Iron and Lead Pipe JBrias Goods -A.Tta isies Of trversr descxlptlcii.. Estimates promptly made In all wrok per taining to Water Pit ting, frm connecting main to hydrant, to flt- In the Methodist Geneial Confer ence Thursday four new bishops were elected, as follows : The Rev. W. X. NInde, the Rev. J. M. Walden, the Rev. William F. Mallalleu, and the Rev. C. H. Fowler. Aifllca Frsici aid EulM Mm. Garaents Kali, Cat asd erelsr frsa tsa Iticdrto LATEST STYLES & FASHIONS xuix un. WutwJ. &rrsrd. NoIMarrt?ee4.ier it. No.10 arrirea UM A. . NoJBS do VtSA.B. JtoJM do 9C3r.lt. No.111 do lflJOi.x No.lU do S.Mr. K. No.llJ do 4ISA.K. KoJU do 8.1 r.M. NollS do 6.00 r.X. no.ll do 8.70A.K. Noll! do IMOr.X. h'o.lIS do 2.4Sr. X ut Kcranmu, No Its drparu7J0 A. x. Ms. Its arrt rea 84S r. x BUSIKESS CABSS. J. G. H0HLER, ATTOR2FEY - AT - LAW, HAI.1KA, KASHA. Oitc on Alb St., between 6th aad th atreeta. c w. atHKa. nairai BOOBX. BANKS& MOOEE, L jfiu -W YESS. WILL praettr la all coart la tie 8UU or Kaataa. Sperlal attraUoB rlTn to est. Icrtlani. Koanaa 1, 3 tad ft, Kotbe Bfeck, Sly SALINA KANSAS, J. W. JENKEY, Homeopathic Physician ASD STJEQEe.f. OSe Is Pettoffit Block, lraa Aranaa, BbHbb, Eaaaaa. Special atteatieB gtreB to dlaeatea ot vecaeB aadchiUren. E. .R SWITZER, M. D, (armlnnte orHrQlll CotrerBltr, Host, trenl, Caanda.) Omt'E la Commercial Block 0Tr Saaer boot aad ahoe atore. Beatdear areat Dd ot IroBAreaae. J OHN J. GEIS, Notary Publlo and Convayaneer Oalce orer Whitehead a Saamaa'a Bookrtore, SaUaa, Eaaaaa. Groed. "TozJc xsLy 2uotto. Shoo ea Santa F Artaaa, two dour aontb at OberAHzresaa'a. CPa Ha Wmx&knwx, lAlESTATEXOM, M Imam &f ai? , Mmey to Local an Approved Seal Et tate Security at the Lotceat RaUx. ting up homes with wa ter to-tne best of mod ern style. Alsotake con tracts for Drive Wells The Manhattan Kationolut, whose editor ts one of the most prominent prohibitionists in the State, declares forJohn-A. Martin for Governor, be lieving that bis nomination is the strongest that can be made. Bexatob Edmonds' proposition to place General Grant on the retired list of the army, would, if it becomes a law, secure to Grant the pay of a Gen eral, $14,500, and the emoluments at tached thereto, amounting in all to some $19,000. Donnell, Law-son 4 Simpson, the New York bankers, were the financial agents In New York for this State, and at the time of the failure they had on deposit of the State's money, $14,000. This is secure, as they are under $500, 000 bonds to the State. General Beckwttu. who has re turned to St. Louis from the South, where be has been managing the dis tribution of government supplies to the flood suflerers, says there is infi nitely more suffering down along the Mlttlwlppi than is dreamed of by the prosperous people North. W keep oa haad a fed lis of SHELF HARDWARE lroa hbJ Wood Pomps, Lanfiretb Garden Seeds Iaaaraat writ tea la the foUaarltf, UA Cam paalaa. Ifiaoiaac Co. North Anurica, aeaeta, S&AS7.SI0 Ltrerpool, Leadon AtUobe..... do 3U3O,I06 North BriUah AKattaattie.... do 19.Zll.Si5 Niacin do UJ, UaderwiUera Artncy- do 4,S04,SSS CeaaecUcBt. do l.Tfla ABd all klaaa of Field Seeda, Airicultaral aeata, aad are are arista for lapla Walter A. Woods' erss MOWERS, REAPERS. &C. Pbofessor Law, Chainuaii of the Treasury Cattle Commissiou, has made a report of his Investigation of the recent outbreaks of cattle diseases. supposed to be tbe foot-and-mouth disease, in Illinois and Kansas, and declares that the examination fur bids absolutely (he Idea that it is the European contagious fool-ami -mouth disease. Messrs. Peck. Merritt and Hal lowkll, transportation committee of the Chicago delegate, announce that they have arranged for transportation by the Chicago, Hock Island i Pacific railroad, from Kansas City to Chicago, and tickets good for all will probably be sold at $105 for the round trip good until the c!oe of the Convention. The train will leave Kansas City, Sat urday evening, May 31st, at 0:40 o'clock. A dining car will accompany the train. Tbe Pacific House last Sunday set up a grand dinner to Its guests. Spring chickens, new peas, new potatoes and all other new luxuries made the tables groan with their weight. There are rumors that a brick block of buildings is to be built from the south side of the Commercial Block to the north tide of Addison & Seaman's J umber yard "Wo Kee," tbe Chinaman, has given np the "washee" basineas and located isAbllene. Now Is Jimmy Hart revenged. Abilene gets the hon ors this time not Sallna. Rev. A. N. See has been Invited by Larrabee Post, G. A. R., Kassell, to deliver t headdress on Decoration Day. He also delivers the address on Memo rial Day at Minneapolis. As the MrPherson train was passing the bridge .last Thursday, Mr. Back- hover's team and wagon and tbe ocen panU narrowly escaped destruction. The team was stopped just In time. Alfred be Witt, of Sallna. caine ap last week- and Is herding for J. L. Powers. As Alfred Is in delicate health, this kind or work will certain ly prove beneficial to him. EHneorth Reporter. At the recent State Christian Sun day School Convention, Mr. H. C. Rash wnj elected delegate to the In ternational Sunday School Convention which meets in June at Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. Geo. Krueger has completed tbe planeof a parsonage for the Cath olic Church of Solomon. The build ing is to cost in the neighborhood of $3,000. The drawings show Mr. Krue ger to be a skillful, painstaking architect. gives tbe following Information re garding a ohange in passenger rates between tbe Missouri river and Den ver ' JOHN A. BBANIFF. KutirrPullU. B-P.CBAYEHH Aear PUU City Prsperly fsr Site ei Est Tern DR. R. E. NICKLES, fhCNTTST. Flae Gold aBtep a rjjodiBT. Artl JL adal teeth eaCeHalotdTBBbberarjdMetaBSt Plata. NRrwaOrWe Gea admlslrtered for la palate cxtiaetlBsar teeth. oae la SothefiLKk, (epatatn) Coraar Uaati. r aad Iron Arrases. F. M. SCHREE, DEKTIsT. Pvtkalar atteaUea gtria to U) prtacmUoB of eatanl teeth. AU Work Wavrrtmte-d eueatctaararea ", eoBkle. OSc la A. F. Stnte"a batar, atzt dear U Kaah ASaa'a atore. Basts F arcane. WILMARTH & GILBERT, Arcliitects & Builders Ar uepared to aaderuk boHdter of say d ertetloB. Shop oa lroa Arena. Srat door eaat o A. Miiraco.' Pmv Faetorr-SeHsa. 0. T. HILTeiTS livery, Feed & Sale Stable, Rants r Avenso, BalleUk Hone Bearded by th day or Bsala Good rBOBtaTrad aoHetud. D.M.GiUespie,M.D. ECLECTIC PHYSIC MN. OFFICE AND EBS1DESCE: Soolbwrrtcornerof Ninth aod8cthaUTn. DBecaiPnoa. Frost 8tret-LoU No. ,lt,lJ, J S SO.tS.tS, 47, 4S,4S,SS.8I,U,SS. Secood Street-Let Noa.1 3157E9BtBs77;s TairdMroet-LUKo.lS 17 II 41 M in. Feerta Street-Lot Kas.lt IS SIS S3 31 MM n dt 43 (8 W M736SM89737Snil m is us nt. Flflh BlrMt-Lets 8. 10 1J S3 S3 38 a 47 50 st m as oars t&u. BtaU Fl Artaa Lot Nt. 17 8 74 rtl n 78 IS bits aim m. Sereata Slrnt Lot No. 1 3 8 7 t 10 11 1G9 171 173. Xifhla Street-Lot No. 8 49 44 (3 la. Fie Street-Lot N. II. CeoatyPaik-LotKoa Bita AddtUoa-ti lot t aad lot A AH asaeU lots la PWUle ateaad Addllioa; alao lot la dtacs aad Caltts tddMtoa. 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SJacreCana. a do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do d da do do do do do do da do da do do do IMNIFF & OSinVEdS, Attorneys at Law AHB GSNEBAL raiUmK&LSANstigKTS None but the most Reliable Inturanoe Companies Rrpreeiited','and An Lottti paid at thit office. OSes la PoatoSc black, Rallai Feed & Sale Stable. IWmtHf "BCDSO.V STABLE," Cursor Betata Tt Ave. aatd Blaa Street J. T. CLINTON, Proprietor. Stock cared for at reasceabl rate, sad tttlrfae-tloagtTea. STOCK SOLD ON C0M1ISSI0H, Aad aBH per eeat. charred vhtra sold. W fir special ttteaUora to th latter branch. The Deutoerats have a large, major ity in the House of Representatives. They have the power to pass any measure through the House which they see fit to urge, and yet the ses sion will undoubtedly draw to a close without anything befagaccompllshed. In their platforms the Democrats have denounced the taritr as it exists as " a monster iniquity," and have boldly averred that they would annihilate it If they ever obtained a majority in Congress. Yet, possessing as they do the power to make any change in the tariff they may see fit, the)- have re futed even to consider the question of its modification. The party would command more respect If It adhered to Its principles. A movement is started in New York city to hold a mass-meeting of the business men of that city to ap prove of the administration of Presi dent Arthur and to recommend his nomination at Chicago in June. The active promoters of the movement are not the speculators or tbe Wall street nabobs, but the leading solid men of afialrs of that great commercial and financial center. They are the heads of the great establishments whose prosperity depend upon the prosperity of the country, and are for the present administration because they believe it promotes that prosperity The ar rangements for tbe meeting are not complete, but it is understood that William M. Evarts will preside and be one of tbe principal orators of tbe occasion. list, lao do 1MS.S0 do 1117, ISO do ltsa. leo do ItS, 109 da lisa. too a IttS, 160 do nn, les do 1UU.IC0 do its, lea da ' list, 10 do IIS, ISO do 1136,160 do JtJJ. SO do lUKS da US. 33 do 11C8, SS da list, 119 do 1IH.K4 da lit. 00 do use. m do IMS, td do its?. IH do 118,390 do ItSASiO da use, iso do 190, SO do 19SS, 100 do ise,ie do Hit, ICO da Utt, ISO da eSB,:0 da IBS, SO do 1ST. SO da 1SS.1SS do Price, SJOOdoBin. do 1200 do do jm do da OH da do 1,3 d da tSW do do 1,800 do do SOS da do LOM da do 109 do da 80S da do 1,483 do da t,M do da l.ew da da 1,203 ' da da tfiH da da 70S d da 1.PW da da 1.SBJ da do S) da do 609 da do &S39 da do SO) do d lB9 da da 4.603 da do 3J6S9 da da da da SJOJO da da I7aa do da 1.BM d do SJBOS do da l da . do s do; da 893 da da 090 do da 0 da CRIPPfcN, LAWRENCE &CO., ODSRArrKBOtUBtftQ, SALINA, KANSAS. CASPER HEL1ERT. ORGAN BUILDER Satins, Kansas. aTS meant U ten Btaae a ASM wMcai nteiwd CS act. ttfcastrtt3i lOrftao ta atort I vwraaissar- o-w Baliiia Foundry And Machine shop. Catting made to order on thari notice Engines repaired at fair price. ALL WORK WARRANTED. TUUftat cakprUffirUlcuOaft. J.O.NUNXT.Prop. Srxx B- fetsrot JaOnCZX . IlaUllOdVa BfSSTOL Si3TEBS9 FLORISTS. House and Bedding Hants. Floral BemSsea a Bstectaltjr. Order by telegraph or Ball toe Weddlsc, Puttee, fcearffl re r k. TOrtXA.KAXSA3. reeetre W. Oar. JBerota a Qaiee: We'll am e ear nor.) fftr price Uat. f.ff.1 R. tOae block (rora Sead 100,000 Lives aved Bract Bit Am fiver Fills fifiM Eerod I aAral for a Better Srardy Utaa Dp. D. DYER'S PILLS Wlhai rofS4 Ceaosla&l.aadaJSil'sratea IK1RWOT "Mr. Clerk, see that no damned scoundrel who Is paired goes between tbe tellers,'' is what tbe Hon. Wm. R. Morrison, of Illinois, said when the vote was about to bo taken on the tar iffblll. The above very choice expression comes from the lips of tbe great free trader of tbe Democratic congress. The names of the gentlemen who were paired, and bow they would vole, and who of course are directly referred to as " damned scoundrels," are Bennett, nay ; Ochiltree, yea ; Muldrow, nay ; Valentine, yea ; NIehots. nay ; RIgg. yea; Wood and John D. White. If Tom Ochiltree Is the fiery impetuous child of the sunny south he is repre sented to be, be will pickle Bill Mor rison for keeps. The expression is tbe real sentiment of one wbn was attempt ing to run his parly, and who failed in the process. Mr.R.Tischnecbas started a Cooper Shop nearly opposite the Sallna Mill & Elevator Co's property, on Santa Fe, and will engage in the manufac ture of flour, pork and apple barrels, and do all kinds of cooperage. Notice his ad verilsemen t published elsewhere Poison ivy abounds in tbe park. Mr. Wellalager's little boy was recently se verely poisoned by the Tine. The liark is a grand play-ground for the children, as well as a favorite resort for grown people ; but if the ivy is al lowed to " prevail " it will lose its attraction. Let tbe ivy be removed al the earliest possible moment, J. Q. Barnes visited Saline county last week to be present at the cutting out of a cancer upon the face of his fatDer-In-Iaw. ilcPhcnon Independ ent. Mr. Barnes' father-in-law is Mr. Emmett, wbn lives a few miles west of Sallna. Saturday morning three gentlemen from Blaskville exhibited their horse tralnlng skill on Santa Fe avenue to a large, appreciative and cultured audi ence'. Tbe horse was blindfolded, hut failed to respond as tbe driver wished. Finally the driver was blindfolded and then the horse moved off with neatness and dispatch. . Mr. ThtM. Stevenson and lady, of Carlton, Dickenson county, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Gutherie, of Illinois, old acquaintances of Dr. and Mrs. Gilles pie, were visiting In Sallna last week. The doctor piloted them around the city and to the college. They ex pressed themselves as being well pleased with Sallna and her prospects. Rev. A. N. See called on us last Wednesday. He Is a fine appearing, Intelligent gentleman. In glancing over the Banner and seeing the name of our candidate for vice-president, he said, "I came near preventing him from being a candidate for vice-president or ativthlng else." We said, "how was that. Elder?" "Well," said tbe Elder, " you see I was one of the guards at the White Hoase, dur ing L.incoin'8 administration, ana it was our orders to prevent any person from passing in after nine o'clock un less we knew who It was. One night young Liineoin cama up tne waic ana was about to enter when I ordered blm to bait. He did not obey. I re peated the order but still he paid no attention. I then lowered my gun and should have stopped him butoae or the attendants at the White Hesse informed me who it was." If Robert should be elected to a fat office be should glvo the Elder a lift for saving his life. Lincoln Center Banner. Commencing May 15. 1884, passen ger rates between west Missouri river points and Denver, Colorado Springs xuiu rueuiu irui oe as rottows : 1st. For a limited ticket, nineteen dollars ($18.00) by either line. 2d. For an unlimited ticket be tween west Missouri river points and Denver, via the Union Pacific or Bur lington fc Missouri river railroads, twenty-two dollars and fifty cents ($22.60). 3d. For an unlimited ticket be tween west Missouri river points and Pueblo, via the Atchison, Topeka 4 Santa Fe railroad, twenty-two dollars and fifty cents (250). 4th. For an unlimited ticket from west Missouri river points to Denver via Pueblo, and to Pueblo via Denver, twenty nine dollars and seventy cents 6th. For an unlimited ticket from west Missouri river points to Colorado 8prlngs Tla Denver, twenty seven dollars (27.00), and Tla Pueblo, twenty fire dollars and twenty cents (35 20) HPart fcUst To canvass for a reliable Machine, that every machine sold in a neigh borhood may sell five more. Such Is the "New Hichi-Abh Davis," the the latest and most successful Sewing Machine In the world. Sure every timet Simple! Strong! Doing the widest range of work, and equipped with the best attachments, and the most of them. If there is not a dealer in your vi cinity write to the Davts8ewinq Machine Co., Chicago, III. Nothing, Succeeds Like Success. And so true is this old saying In connection with tbe well-known Da vis sewing machines, that It Is a pleasure to present to our readers a few pungent facta in relation thereto : This machine is the only one that uses tbe vertical feed, an improve ment that standr pre-eminent among modern inventions, and the right of which is possessed by the Davis Sew ing Machine Company alone. Through this method of feeding, every description oi sewing is execu ted In the most perfect manner, avoid ing any "fulling" either above or be low, and tbe necessity of basting. A feature not possessed by any other machine. Is that the Davis carries both upper and under plies of goods together, as the vertical feed works equally well on both sides. This can not be said of any other machine. Seams prove no obstruction to this feed, as it steps evenly over them. No home can be complete without one of these new model machines. CHARLES O'CONOR. Charles O'Couor was born In New York City In 1604, bla father being an irtsitmanoi culture, ueauenueauie public schools, but the absence of a university education was In great patt compensated for by tbe excellence of his homeassociations. He was admit ted to the bar when about 2tr years of age, rose rapidly in bis profession, and was recognized as a lawyer of unu sual ability and promise before he was ao. uen under oo years old be bad achieved a national reputation. Of the Important cases In which he took part, two are prominent namely, the Mason will case, in which he is con sidered to have made his greatest ar gument, and the Forrest divorce fuit, In which he appeared for Mrs. For rest, Tbe statement is made that tbe great actor on one occasion threatened personal violence toward the eloquent advocate who represented his wife's interest in mis lawsuit, but was over awed oy nis cool courage and dignity. Air. U'uonor resided at JSantuefeet, in A very heavy rain fell Friday night. The "Bavarian Cemetery Associa tion" of Saline county recently filed Its charter in the Secretary of State's office. Harry Downer has bought W. R. Dryer's Interest in the Henrr House. "i a r . " ana is now soie manager anu proprie tor. Abitene Resetter. Mrs.T. F. Garver Marled for Penn sylvania htst Thursday. She will spend the sammer among her eastern relatives and friends. Mrs. B. A. Holland has purchased of Mlea Paaline Liebert the building south of the Grand Central hotel, at present occupied by Mr Deltx. the barber. tint da- BtSMlu E&MAS, feTtnlictetiBi8gEtat At the meeting of the Gtand Com maadery of Knights Templar held in Emporia last week, Jacob Do Witt, of UeWeMyv was elected Right Eminent Grand Commands. The following items are taken from the Lincoln Center Beacon : The Kansas Central has grade stakes driven as far as Colorado. The line runs past Rocky Hill, between the postofnee and tbe mill, cresses Beaver immediately west and follows tbe foot of the bluffs west to a point just a mile south of the cemetery when K strikes northwest Into the high ground toward town. We were last week favored with s very pleasant call from Rev. I. Mc Dowell, now of east Saline county, and Mr. Farley, of Torry, Saline coun ty, who were here attending Confer ence, air. ajcuowell prescata upon the Lincoln circuit a number of rears ago and was very hlzlly J.honght of wuue among us. air. aney u an old settler In Sallna county and very niguiy spoKen oi wnere ne resides. The K. C Surveying party, ended charge of Mr. Bowen, have Seen en-1 gaged mis weeK and a portion or last in finding the most practicable' roale through town. Three lines have been surveyed, profiles or whleh will be submitted to Chief Engineer Blikaas differ, of Omaha. One line, paste through the nortb part of town, the second through7 the south part, while a third pastes entirely soutk of the old town site, crossing IhsMcFarlaad and Walt additions, near tbe College grounds. They expect to finish their work this week. The party la camped In tbesouth part of town. The District Conference of the M. E. church, for the Sallna District convened In the stone church, oa Tnesday evening. May 6, and was at tended by a troodly number of minis ters and others from different parts of tne district, itev.t'annon.oi.ueipnos. Dreaclied the opening sermon. The forenoon of each day was devoted to business. During ihe afternoon. sesJ rions essays were read and criticised. Among the essays we may mention one tar A. N. See, entitled, Written vs. Extern poraneeaa Sermons." one by J. C. Dana, on " Charca Litera ture," one by Rev. BSoadea, oa " Temperance," and one by Rev. Mor ris, on Distinctive Features of Meth odlsm," an i Circular No. 84, of the Colorado Railway aaaoclallca, whteh k com posed of tho Union Pacific, Burling ton & Missouri River, Atchison, To- tbe enjoyment of an ample income earned by his brilliant success at the bar. His estate Is said to be worth about $1,000,000, not a surprisingly large amount when his long practice, during the best period or which he made from $50,000 to $70,000 a year, and tbe appreciation or tbe real estate in which he invested, are taken lute account After being a bachelor many years he married one of bis clients, a widow belonging to the Livingstone family, with whom he lived but a short time. Their tastes were as oppo site as their religious preferences (she was a protestantl, and they separated When, after many years, Mr. O'Couor received the news of his wife's death he is said to have wept bitterly He had no children. Mr. O'Conor was always a favorite among bis brother attorneys His nature was gentle and sympathetic, and his quick sensibili ties often belled tbe cold exterior which be assumed. He was a Demo crat in politics. During the Presiden cy of Pierce he acted as District Attor ney for a few months. He was s mem berof the Constitutional Convention or 18H. His nomination for the Pres idency in 1872 resulted In a few votes being cast for hint in several States. These, perhaps, may be regarded rath er aa complimentary to the man than as an indorsement of the extreme views entertained by. that section of the Democratic party which nomina ted him. Some years ago be was re ported dead, bat the day the newa was published was able to sit up aad read his own. obituary. At ooe time Mr. O'Cscar was led to make severely condemnatory remaras oi ueaerai Gnat. Seine months later, having become convinced that he was In error. beeaiied on General Grant to acknowl edge nla mistake and to apologize for his bot-besdedne. This Incident Illustrated one strong element In Mr. O'Conor'a character. BALLOTING FOR BISHOPS. Philadelphia May 15. In the Methodist Episcopal conference Rev. Dr. Hatfield offered a resolution, which was adopted, that the tellers and secretaries to conduct the election of bishops be instructed not to Indi cate to any one the result or the ballot berore me same is made Known to tbe conference. Bishop Harris announced the tellers to conduct the election. The names or the conferences were called aa welt as delegates. There was applause in the gallery when Governor Paulson deposited his vote. The tellers retired to count tbe vote. When Bishop Simpson appeared on the platform at the Methodist general conference be was greatly applauded. He declined to make any remarks, his health not permitting. Revs. New ton, Young and Sylvester Whitehead or the Wesleyau conference of Eng land, made a few parting remarks. The Rev. Geo. W. North, of the New HamDsblre conference, offered a reso lution which was referred. That it Is the sense of the general conference that no real good man of the confer ence might as well re-affirm the doc trine or their fathers, that the Metho dist Episcopal is still the Methodist Episcopal church. It does set matter if some reporter who knew nothing about the economy of tbe Methodist Episcopal church, calls the bishops "Right Reverends." Rev. Dr. Leonard of the Cincinnati conference said If the general confer ence took the action proposed. It would Indicate they were getting a little shaky. It will not settle, but enlarge the doubt The motion to re fer to the committee Episcopal was defeated and the resolution adopted. George W.Parker, of the St. Louis conference, offered a resolution that the government be reaueated to take I steps toward the practice of polygamy In the territories, which was referred to the committee on the state church. The tellers appointed to conduct the election for bishop, reported as tbe re sult or the first ballot, no choice; whole number or votes cast 407, neces sary to a choice 204. Rev. W. X. Nlnde, D. D., received 187; Rev. J. M. Walden, D. D received 187. On the second ballot these two gen tlemen were chosen, tbe former re celvlntr 272 votes. Rev. W. X- Nlnde is ofthe Detroit conference and presi dent or tbe uarrett Uimicai institute. Rev Dr. J. M. Walden is of the west ern book concern at Cincinnati. Third ballot resulted Iu the choice of Rev. Wlllard V. Mallolieu, D. D. The fourth ballot was tbeu taken for tbe fourth bishop. Whole number of votes cast, 3U9. necessary to choice 200. Rev C. H. Fowler. D.D., 104; Rev. J. H. Vincent, D. D, 174; Itev. H. A ButU. D D.. 21. Being no choice, another ballot was taken. Rev Dr. Trimble In a few moments came Into the hall and stated that by some mis take tbe ballots became mixed with others. A large number or delegates had left the hall, but those present Insisted en another vote belut; taken which was done, and the conference took recess. The general conference int-t Iu the evening to welcome fraternal delegates from the south and churuh in Canada, Bishop Harris presided. An address was made by Rev. Dr. C. C. Cater, fraternal delegate from tbe ehurrh south, and Senator S. H. Colquitt of Georgia, who was introduced by ex Governor Evans or Colorado. An add rets to the geueral conference by the Methodists of Canada waa read. An address was made by Rev. Dr. 3. 8. Neilis, delegate of the Methodist church of Canada. The binhop announced the result of the filth ballot fur fourtb bishop as follows t WhoTtibniiibefrnf votes cast, 3H6: necessary tr choice, 184: C. H. Fowler. I) D..212; Rev. J. H Vin cent, I). I), 1-15 Dr. Fowler was therefore elected This completes the number or bishops. Itev Wlllard F Mallalln, who was elected bishop by tbe Methodist Epls- endai con let nice, i me presiding elder of the Boston district or the New England conference Rev. C. Fowler, also elected bishop, is a member of tbe Rock River conference and missionary secretary of the General Missionary Society. He will have his office in ,ew kork Very FUtaarkable Recovery. Mr. Geo. V. WUUng, of Maaehe ter Mich., writes : "My wire has beea almost helpless for five years, so help less that she could net tarn orer la bed alone. She used two Bottles of Elcetrio Bitters, and is so mueb Im proved that she is abls new te do her owa work." Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed for them. Hundreds of tesii moalals attest their great curative powers. Only fifty cents a bottle at Oscar Set It's. ASentrsi Man. Would use Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Langs. It Is coring more cases ' or Coughs. Colds, Asthala, Bronchitis, Croup, and all Threat aad Lunx Trouble, (ban any other med telnet The-proprietor has authorised J. J. Purcell to refund your money If after taking three-fourths of a bottle, relief la not obtained. Price 50 cents and$I. Drial size free. K Great Surprise. Is In store for all who use "Kemp's Balsam tor the threat aad lungs, th great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it Is sold on Its merits aad that each druggist Is autborixed to re fond your money by the Proprietor of this wonderful remedy If it falls to cur yoa. J. J. Purcell has secured the agency for It. Price 50c. and $1. Trial rise free. Oscar Seitz, the druggist, is always looking after the interest or his cus tomers ; he has now secured in the sale or Dr. Bosanko'a Cough and Lung Syrup, a remedy that never fails to cure Coughs, Colds, Pains in the Chest and Lung Affections. For proof trya free sample bottle. Reg ular size 50 cents and $1.00. The Prettiest Lady ia SaUns. Remarked to a friend the other day that aha knew that Kemp's Balsam for tbe Throat and Lungs was a supe rior remedy, as it stopped her eeugh Instantly when others bad no effect whatever. So to prove this J. J. Pur cell will guarantee It to all. PrieeJtdc and$l. Trial te free. Excitement "What causes the great rush at Oscar Seitz's drugstore?" The free distribution of sample bottles or Dr. Bosanko'a Cough and LungSyrup, the nit-at popular Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption and Bronchitis on the market. Regular alee i -eHl-i and $1.00. Caste of Failare. Want of confidence account for hairorthebuslnen failures of to-day. Oscar Helti, the drugglstf k not 1 table to fall for tbe want of confidence in Dr. Bosankn's Cough and Lung Syrup for lie gives away a. bottle Tree to all who are suffer Ins with Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption and all affec tions of the Throat and Lungs. The Kesolfrtt Ma m Sthna Aa well aa the handsomest, and others are invited to call on J. J. Pur cell and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Threat aad Lungs, a remedy that U selling en tirely upon Its merits, and Is guaran teed to cars and relieve all Chronic and Acute Coughs, Asthma, Bronchi tis, and Consumption. Price SOc. and $1.00. CALL FOff Alt ARTHUR MEETING. New York, May IS. The following call will be published here Wednes day morning by Messrs. Jno. Jacob Astor, Legrand B. Connor, John A. Steart, Jacob D. Vermilye, Cornelias R. Blots, Sen. H. Bristow, Cornelias R.Agaew.'H D: Gentlemen The undersigned re spectfully request yen to act as a committee to designate the time and place-at which the feDew-eltizMts ef President Arthur may express their approval or his admtstraiion and their wbui mat be be nominated Tor tbe Presidency at the Republican Nation al Convention. It k believed that this is the widespread feeling among those who maaatw aad control the great business Interests which center here'and Involve the prosperity of the whole wastry. It Is fitting that saeh sentiments shsakJ and means ef pub Ueexpresetea both for the welfare ef the country and In justice to a good President, ,i" The call is signed by H. B. Ctafiln it Co., E. 8. Jaffray & Co., Samael Steas, Lcwkl?ro. Co., David Davis, Jo siak&Flske, Charles G. Landea & Ca, BUss Fabeitaa tie Co, E. H. Par kesi. Jf., President of tbe Importers' and Traders' Sank ; W. L. Jenkins. Prmolitnt ixf b 1&ulL- tt 1bI " Johnson Lirlaesioa. E. F. TsnVTi faay Co., F. 8. Win ken, P. D. Tap- neka ABAntA Fa and Denver fc BJo 5 : w-f. A? Grand railways, kaned by Coaak-i "SMaTSSituSi-i mkeloner Gee. H, Daaisk, at DeoTar, end hundred others. HOW THE Y0UNQ GRANTS UVE. New Vork WerU. Frederick Grant b a young man of stout build and florid complexion, about 35 years old, and bears a strong likeness to his rather, ex-President Grant He was educated at West Point and served in tbe regular army, chiefly out west, forsomeyears, reach ing the rank of colonel. Boon after his marriage to Miss Honore of Chi cago, a slster-in-kw of Potter Palmer, some tlve years ago. be resigned bk commission and, taking up nk resi dence in New Vork, went Into basin ess. He and hk wife have lived very lux uriously, aud have entertained consid erably, giving many handsome dinner parties. Ulysses Grant. Jr.. is the second son or the ex-President Grant, and k about 32 year. He studied law and was for some years connected with the firm of Work, Davies, McNamee & Hilton. He left soon after his marriage with a wealthy western girl some three years ago. It has always been supposed that hk marriage brought him suffi cient increase of fortune to enable him to abandon tbe law and become a part ner in tbe firm of Grant k Ward. He k rather short in bulhl, of florid com- Elon like his brother, and wears a mlng brown mustache. Before uarnage he was very fond of soci ety, but since then be has lived rather quietly, although he and hk wife have given several handsome dinners and entertainments. Jesse Grant k about twenty-seven years old and has always been consid ered General Grant's and his wife's favorite son. He resembles hk broth ers in general appearance, but k slight er and much younger looking. Gen eral Gran t was very desirous of ha vlng blm enter the suspended firm, but his ether sons objected, not thlakinz that Jesse bad sufficient business experi ence. He resides with hkparenkat No. 3 East Sixty-sixth street, and k a member of the Lotos Club. HOW FORREST CAPTURED STRE1QHT. Th Wrasse. "Col. Strelght requested aa Inter view with Gen. Forrest, and the lat ter came forward. After- some con versation Strelght declined to serren der except to a force equal la num bers to hk own. Forrest replied, evasively, saying deeds were hk ar gameats. While tilklag, a section ef Confederate artillery came In view, moving at a gallop. Strelght, upon observing it, requested that no more troops be brought so aear Fsrrrst stopped to give the order, and at the feme time in an undertone told Ihe aid-de-camp to have the ealy twe pieces of caaaea iu their peswsiea reave rapidly in a circle, croesing the line or vision. Strehtbt was aston ished at the display, aad naively asked Forrest how much artillery he lad. bnottgn,' said ne, 'te destroy your eemmaad in thirty minutes.' "Strelght, after further conversa tion, still refused to enrrmder to an Inferior somber, bat was finally com pelled bo de to. The teselt was that 1.488 officers and men stacked their arms and the whokattair waa wound np by Strelght thanking hk men la a speeefa for their valor and fortitude, and proposing three cheers for the Ualos, which were glvea with a wBL 5The ca start of so large a body of Federak fey about eqe-faifd their number of Confederates waa a brill tent trtamplr, aad was greatly dae to the iron purpose am combative gen itis of Forrest," A Sure Curt For Piles. The first symptom of Piles is an ia tense Itching at night after getting warm. Thk unpleascnt sensation Is Immediately relieved by an applica tion or Dr. Boaanko's Pile Remedy. Piles in all Ik forms, Iteh, Salt Rheum and Ringworm ean be permanently cured by the use or thk great remedy Price, 0 cenU. Manufactured by the Dr Bosanko Medicine Co., Ptqua, O., Did by Oscar Seltz. A Dreadful Oiteate. Read, ponder and profit thereby. Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs Is conceded by all who have used it to exeel any preparation la the market as a complete Throat and Lung Healer. All persons afilleted with that dreadful disease Consump tion will find speedy relief and In a majority or cases a permanent cure. The proprietor hat authorized J. J. Purcell to refund the money te any party who has taken three-fourths ef a bottle without relief. Price SOc. and $1. Trioltisefree. None Bat First last Goodt. In .Watches, Jewelry and Silver ware one should have the best er nbne. Messrs. Shurley & Co., Chi cago, are making a apecklty of fiae goods, and If yen need anything la Watches la dust and water proof eases. Solid Silver or Triple Pkted Ware, Solid Gold or Relied Gok! Jewelry, scad in Shuriey St Co., they will send a single article at the deaea price. They are vouched for and en dorsed ey the United States Express Co., American Express Co., Southern Expresar Co., F. W. Palmer, Pest master ef Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex-State Treasurer, aad many ethers. Goods sent on approval, with privi lege or examination, enabling veu. ta do your purchasJaf at heme, Re member. Shuriey & Co.,77 State Street, Chicago, III. Send for their new and beautlfally illustrated catalogue. Ceattiaplrea. It Ii said that 0,000 people die an nually in the United States aleae front thk disease. In some sectieBS of the eeuntry oae death la every three k from CeesBBipttea. Tfek eaa be and should be avoided ; oar people are loo earekas about aa ordinary cough or cold, aad other sympteats ef throat aad luag affections that lead te thk dkease. Yen should arrest K while it k ia the germ. Two er three doses of Dr. Bosaako'a Ceagh and Lung Syrup wifi reikre aa ordinary eesga er cold. It dees sot dry np a cough lmeisAay preparations ea the market and leave the dkease behind It, bntakdieeiyoa the threat aad breaehkl tabes, removing sdl the phlegm asd morbid matter that aees maktea la the throat aad ktsaa. It atkys att-Irrftattea and rBden4ae vote clear aad dhrtteet. Sold by Oeear Setts 3C55!5 i!i?