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FIFTEENTH YEAR OMAHA , WEDNESDAY MORNING , JUNE 10 , 1880.1 NUMBER 311 VAN WYGK'S ' GREAT VICTORY , The Northern Pacific Forfeiture Bill Finally Passes the Senate. ABOUT 3,000,000 ACRES SAVED. Nebraska's Senior Senator KnoclxS Out n I'roftessor on HORUR Mutter Kcprescntiitivc Lnlrd Fires Up Commissioner SpnrkN. Field Day for Ncbrnskani. WASIII.VITON , June 15. [ Special Telegram to the Bii.j : By n vote of twenty to eighteen the enate to-day accepted Senator Van Wvck's amendment to the Noithern Pa cific forfclttno hill to Include the Cascade branch. Tills was a decided victory for the Nebraska bci-ator. A special light was made foi tlneo days against his amendment. The bill ns amended was then passed. It forfeits about . ' ( ,000,000 acres. Nebraskans hero aio conuatulntlng Senator Van Wjckupon his success as ho was the leading character in the long atid exciting debate. Tni ! bill declares forfeited so much of the lands granted to that conipan y as are coterminous with that part of Its main Hue which extends from Walla Walla Junction to Portland nnd that of thn Casea do branch which shall not have been completed at the date of Iho passage of this bill , and makes tlio right-of-way In the teiritoiies subject to taxation. Nothing in the act is to bo con strued to waive any right of the United States to foi felt any other lauds granted to them for failure , pastor fntinc , to comply with the conditions of the grant. Hi.VA'ioits ON iiu mm. The senate agilcultural committee hnd a most inteiestlng oleomaigarino meeting to day. Senator Warner Miller Is very anxious to have the bill icady for the senate , and ox- pcctfl lobe able to pieseut it to congiess tlie end of this week or the beginning of next at any late. Theio was a good attendance to day of thecommittee , and Piolessor Chand ler , of Columb'a ' college , New York , and Pio- ICHsor Mm tun , of Stevens' Institute , Hoboken - ken , New Jersey , were befoie tlio committee as chemlcnl experts. Piofessor Stevens do- llveied it-long discouibo on the subject of olcomaigaiitic , and said that it was chemi cally puio and not unhealthy. Senator Van AVjek lather startled Iho committee us well ns botli expeit witnesses by lemaiklng that In ; had lieaid that the state of Now York of ten paid oxpeits to testify to certain things In iegnicd to chemical analysis- , and all in re gard to the oleoiii.iigaiine question. " 1 would theieloio llko to nsk you , gentle' men , " said the senator , "It jou expect to 10- celvopay lor your sei vices to-d-ayV" Piof. Chandler was asked by ono of the committee what the pi lee. ol olcomaigarlnc was. He icplled 18cents per pound. "WhatU tliepiico of buttoiy" asked the senator. "My wife pays 80 cents per pound lor but ton" icplied the chemist. "Oh , " said Senator Van Wyck , "If olco- maigaiiiiu Is but 18 cents and jon say it , Is pine nnd healthy , chemically , why do you pay O'J cents moro for butteiV" "Because my wlto sajs she would rather have butter , " ' was Plot. Chandlci's icnly. [ Chorus ol 'Oils' from antl-oloomnigailne benntorsl Piof. Motion also declaicd oleomargarine to bo uure chemically. "Now , " asked Senator Plumb of Piof. Moiton , "could you tell if you examined a hog that died of disease and ono that died a natural death , both nt the same time after death , which d led ol illM'iibu and which natuially. " The piolcssoi thought and bald H could not bo told chemically. "Yet you say that oleomargarine made f fiom hogs' fat , etc. . Is healthful and pine chomicalljV" was the senators rejoinder. Incidentally It came out In discussion that the til cater part ot olcomargailtio vvns made not trom beet fat , but irom lard. Tomorrow row a laigo number of wostein oleomargar ine men will appear botoio the committee. The senator lioni Now Yor k has great hope lei Ills bill In the senate. MOItlllbON'K STIinNOTII. The opponents of the Monlson tariff bill have made a careful canvass of the house and bay tliov will smely have an ample iiiajoiity against taking up the bill. Tliov count on thirty-live demociats to vote against its con- Hldeiatlon. viOno : demociat lioni Ala bama. California , Tennessee , Virginia and Marj land each ; tlueo from New Jcisey , three fiom Louisiana , six tiom Pennsylvania , eight from Ohio and ten tiom Now York. Font icpubllcans , Nelson , White , Scraitaud James will piobably vote to consider It , but these llguies , it eoneet , settle the futo ot the bill lor this season at least. Mr. Monlson has also completed a list of niembeis whom he counts on to vote tor the coiisldeiatlon of the bill , but ho will not let any one but his tolloweis see the names. When asked this morning how Ohio , Louisiana and other dotibttnl delegations stood , ho would only say that ho tiguied out thntho liadamnjoiltyot something less than a halt do/on with the chances ot a low more accessions by Thuisday. Ills lieutenants are equally letlcent when names are naked for , although they all assert that theio will boa bulllclent vote to Insure Its consldeiation. WKM-VVAlll ) HO I The Now York Times Is authority for tlio statement that Mr. Itandall will maUo a western flip tills Hummer if congiess ad join ns In time. Genc'ial Logan and wife leavu hero on the IPth or iiOth of July tor San Fianelsco , Cnl. They will go In a special car with Governor Alger , ot Michigan. Nr.llllASKANS AND IOVVANF * . F. W. Hills and wile , Omalm ; 0. L.Wat turn , Kduaid Watson and Phillip Watson , DCS Molncs. In. ; Silas Wilson , Atlantic , la. , aie at the Khbet. LUCKY WKSTKIIN StKN. Patents weio to-dav Issued to the follow Inir : Cnniles Cass , Oltumwa , la. , automatic switch nieciianlsm tor rallwa ) ; Heniy H. Drebert. West Point , Neb. , seed planter ; > \ s Homer Field , assignor of one-fourth to J. T. Henderson , Council BIulls , In. , door or blind ; Jas. A. Kelly , Clinton , In. , bed spiings ; John -V Lillygun.Muscatlnc , In. , screen doori August Llndell , Jcflcison , la.vvn'-on stakes ; Gllueit McDonald , Now Hampton , la. , nunching and shearing machine : Andiew Itosewatei , Omaha , Neb. , Hushing tank ; Joel M , .Smith , Mt. Pleasant , la. , ditching nniehlne ; Hllaid H. Wheeler , Lincoln , Neb. , copy holder ; David B. Wood , SIbley. la. , wlnnd mill : Kdwln J. Tiobrhlgo and B. II. Conery , liwln , la. , chimney top. 4'OllTV.MNTIt OONGUUSS. Senate. WASHINGTON Juno 15. The senate ro- fiuned consideration of the Northern Pacific loifeltuio bill , Mi. Ueoigo making a legal ai- gument , citing supieuio court decisions , sus taining the view that the lands should bo for feited. The amendment of Mr. Van Wyck was then bunigjit loa vote. That amendment de clines to forfeit the lauds coterminous with that poitiou of the Cascade branch not com- jiluted at the date pf the pnssaco ot the pend ing bill. The amendment was agiceu to yeas , i4 ! ; najs , 18. Mr. Kustico then formerly submitted his amendment providing lor the continuation of the titles for actual settlers. Itojccted yeas W : nays , S3. Mr , Van Wjckoffei'ed nn amendment re pealing the clause of tlio granting act whicl tnad the right-of-way exempt from taxutioi in the tenitoiie.s. Ho said that under all c.li cuur < tniicc.s he thought the road should bear Its'sluiioof tax. The amendment was ugiecd tocas , 'JO , nay * * 80. The bill Twine In outfit to a vote was jussei jeai * , W ; nai * , I Blair. ' On mutlon ol Mi. Dolpli the hilt ' ' ! nrc-cmiillou , timber umuiu Mid nnd nct wns then laid before the senate nnd s unfinished business for to-morrow. Adjourned. _ House , WASHINGTON , June IS. Mr. Frederick ot Iowa , from the committee on Invalid pen sions , rcpoitcd back with amendments the bill for the relief of the soldiers of the Into wnr , honorably discharged after three nonlhs' service , and who nro disabled nnd lependcnt on their own labor for support. The house then went Into committee of the whole on the legislative , judicial and execu tive nppropilatlon bill. The pending amend ment was that offered by Mr. O'Neill of Mis- souii , icstoring the salary of the assistant treasurer at bt. Louis to $4,703. the amount nppiopilatcd by the bill being S4OM. Mr. Randall of Pennsylvania opposed the amendment. In the piasent condition of the icventte and the probable amount ot the ippropiiatlon , he would resist any Incieasu In the sum carried by this bill. Mr. lllscock of New York made a state ment leintlve to the oxpeiidituies of the gov- eininciit and the estimated luvvnuo. .Mr. O'Neill's amendment was agreed to. ns was also tlio amendment ulferod by .Mr. Felton Increasing to S" > , fXW the salary of the assistant tteasuieratSati I'rauelsco. On motion ot .Mr. Woodbnrn an amend ment was adopted making piovlslou lor a mint at Cnison City , Nev. Mr. aiid moved to stilko out the clause appiopiintlng StOouo to pay inspertois and cleiks of the gencial land ofllce to investigate the fiaiidulent land en tiles. lie ciltlcl/ed the older of Commis sioner Snaiks suspending liual action on land entiles. 'I he commissioner had Im peached the testimony ol10,100 honest claim ants on the say so of hiiellngs , who went about the eountiy to blackmail the titles ot honest people. The comml-sioner said that in Ills opinion IK ) per cent of the land titles In Kansas , NebinsKti nnd the tenltoiles vvero traudiilent. Since when had the pie emotion law been icveised by the change ot ad ministration'/ Since when had It been in consonance witli the Ameilcan policy to put in a lot of hiielings to sit in a palace car and drink whisky and say that to pel cent of the men holding titles in Nebiaskaand Kan sas wcie lioldlin ; fiiiudulont titles'/ The ad- minlstiatlon ol the law could have been loieed by the people savethuie was no neces sity for tlio hue and cry tor tno Impeachment ot 10 pel cent ot the titles ol the west , and ho hoped that the house would administer a meiited lebuko to the ollicers by stiilung out the paragiuoli. Air. bpilngcr defended Commissioner Spaiks in issuing Ine outer suspending linnl action on certain land entiles , and main tained that tliu commissioner was fully war- united In making the older. In making his order the commisslonei had saved thousands otacies fiomi spoiliation and i lauilnlenten try- Fordoing this he should icceivotho thanUs of the Ameiicaii people who desiied the pub lic lands to bo held for the homes of honest settleis. After luithcr debate the motion was 10- jecled. On motion of Air. Throckmoiton the salary ot the commissioner of pensions was fixed nt S 1,000. Tlio committee then lose and the house ad join ned. Canadian Fishery Dispute. WASHINGTON , June 15. The cabinet con- shleied the Canadian lishciy tumbles and the questions ntlecting tlio status of the govern ment towards the teleinaph companies in the settlement of their accounts. It is under stood that the derailment of state has re ceived advices fiom Minister Phclusconlhm- ntory ot thepiess lepoits that the Knglish t'oveinu'ent is not altogether satisfied with the course puisiicd by the dominion nuthoii- tles In icgaid to the seUuie ot Ameilcan fishing vessels , and the dcp.iitmcut is in- iormed there Is every piosnoct ol a satisfac tory adjustment ot the pending complication. Uriel' Notes From Washington. WAsiu.NcnoN , June 15. 1'iince Auirnstc Leopold andolliceis of the Bra/llian frigate Barrio/.o , who accompanied him to Washing ton , weio toimally piesented to the president by the seciotaiyof state at 11:30 : o clock to d-ay. The commission appointed to appiaisc the Biidewell propeity in Chicago has made a report to Acting Sccietaiy Falichield that in their judgment S.JO.'i.OJO is a fair maikct piice for it. _ _ NK'W SUNDAY' XUAINS. The Three Iowa Koads Will Run Seven Days a Week. CIIIPAOO , Juno 15. To-day's developments In the passenger war were confined to a no tice by tlio Bock Island that lieicafter It will .run two tialns daily to Council Bluffs , Instead of six days as as Ueietoloie. In the past the St. Paul , Kock Island , and Noithvvestein have alternated In running Sunday tialns for the benefit of thiouch tiaiitcontinental tiavel. But this aiiangcment has been bioken up by tlio present liuht , and all three aie now running daily trains , icliising to honor each others tickets , as was the custom. A. O. U. W. In Convention. MINNEAPOLIS , Minn. , Juno 15. The su preme lodge of the A. O. U. W. began its ses sion heio this morning. Allot the supiemc lodge representatives , headed by Supiemo Master Workman John A. Brooks , aio pres ent , Delegates fiom the iriand lodces ot thirty-one states and teirltories and Ontailo , to the number of 240 , aio in attendance. Mayor Ames welcomed the visitoisto Minne apolis nnd tendcied them the ticedom of tlio city. The icpoitof the supreme master work- nian showed a healthy condition of tlio oidcr. The supreme iccorder and secietaiy's repoit exhibited the following financial statement : torlS'-- ' : receipts , S.m.COJ : disbursements , S3.T. JH'j ; balance on hand , S5"w ; relief funds lecelpts , 05H1 , : ; dlslmrsemunts SULAVJ. The beneliclaiy lunds showed a total of 1,234 deaths iluiini ; the year. The repoit of the Mipieine council asked legislation on tlio following points : Uniform medical examin ation blank , submission of all pioots of death to the giand medical examiner , leport- ing causes ot death In Knu'llsh , Now York .Dry GoodH Market. Nuw YOIIK , June 15 , Kxpoits of domestic cottons dining the past week have been r ,34r packages , against S.40S packages for the same week last ye.ir , and since January a total of 101ui : packages as against b7r i for the same time last vcar , 78,078 in Itvsvj , alli , TH KJ 1SSI. Tlieic has been a gocxl demand for the best medium grades of bleached shirtings , ' and the fiult ot the loom and Lonsdalo having sold out their stocks orders aio ac cepted at value only. Comparing qualities have also shaml In the demand. Flannels are having more attention and will show very much smaller stock than at any coi respond ing date. Dnvers me moro Inclined to make liberal forward Ings. The tone of tlio general market is steady to strong. Jlehron HninoN , Neb. , Juno 111 [ Special to the The Hebron Clmutaiuiim society held its lirst annual meeting on Filday , Juno llth , and celebrated the event by making nn excursion seventeen miles up tlio Llttlo Blue In small row boats. About twenty-tivoi > er- soiis attended and an enjoyable day vuis spent. A daughter of E.It. Holslnger , who Is an cmplovo at the Chicauo Stock ( aim , while practicing matksmaiishlp with a thiity- two calibre icvolver last evening , dlschaiged one hall tluough tlio middloot the hand. Dr. Manay attended the victim and feais that lockjaw may icsult from the injury. Hoarders Idift to Starve. SAN FiiANrisco , June 15 , There was a ccneral stilko to-day of cooks and waiters in most of the Inigu icstaurauts in this city. Many icstaiirants vvero compelled to close. Others ran short handed. The causa ot the strike was the posting of rules for the control of ( ooks aud waiters , which Uia strikers con sidered unjust. Tlio cooks' and waiters' strike ended to night by the u'stamaiit owneis agreeUip to niodil-y the objectionable ink's to meet tlio flews ot the striken and making , eleven hour ; a day's work. A BULLET FOR A BRIDAL GIFT 'Jysterious ' Killing of a Young VTifo by Her Husband. BOLD ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE. Sensation of the Day In Gotlmni The Uxorlcldoa Resident of ICnUsna City Theory ns to the Motive. Shot Ills Youthful llrlde. Nr.vv YOIIK , Juuo 1" . On Juno 10 a young couple engaged room No. i5 ! on the second lloor of the Sturdevant house , and were lephtcied as Wlnfrcd Lee Thompson and wife , of Kansas City , Mo. Ho was twenty-four jears old and she was about tlnec years his junior. This nfteinoon the hotel oftico bell vvns mug fiom loom No. 25 , which the jouni ; couple have closely ictalned since their nirl- val , but when the bell boy le.sponde-I nnd inpped on tlurdoor thcio was no response. Alter lepeatcd lappings , with no sound fiom within , a carpenter was summoned and forced open the door. Both Thompson and Ills wife lay side by side on the lloor. Mrs. Thompson had been shot In the back of the head and vvns dying when the attendants cn- teied. Thompson was conscious tor a mo ment nnd asked that n doctor bo sent lor. In Thompson's hand was a icvolver. Thcio wcio bullet wounds in ills head and lireast , but not nccessailly fatal. An ambu lance was bent lor , hut befoio It nirlved the woman was dead. Theio aio indications that the pair v > eio on tlielrweddlng tour , and the insciintlon on tlio inside ot her ling indi cated that they had been man led on June' ' . The bell knob in the loom was bloody , indi cating that the shooting was done betoio tlio bell was mug. What brought about the tragedy remains a mystery. The most alloctlonate relations seemed to exist between the pair. Gonevlove , the bilde , was rather pretty , with daik com plexion , llei patents live in this city and me well to do. Thoitipson la the son otvcll known people In Kansas City. Ho had ueen In Now Yoik for two years attending the College of 1'hy.slciuns and ; Suigeons. To-day they lunched with a tiiend of the bildes , Mis. Piatt. Scaicely twenty minutes alter Mis. Piatt had lull the looms , the hiUlo was dead and the husband lay by her side humbly wound ed. At the hospital the coioner tiled to lind out \\hnt prompted the act. I'liompson le fused to state. " 1 would rather not say , " was all that could be got out of him. Two letteis , appaiently wiitten in haste , and still unsealed were found. Ono was diiected to R. T. Yiud , caie W. It. Grace , Hanover Square , ( Mayor Giaco's business ad- diess ) . It told "Dear Bob , " that the newly mauled couple would go to Mnucli Chunk to-moiiovv. and stated that " ( ! . ' ' was an angel. "Go thou and do likewise" was the admonition ot the writer , Thompson. The other letter was uddiessed : "Dr. E. G. Thompson. No. I10 ! West Fointeenth St. , Kansas Citv , Mo. " This also told ot the wile's admiiablo qualities , and spoke ot a tiip to Maueli Chunk. In his ante-moitem state ment Thompson stated that ho loved Ills wife and ills jvito loved lilm. If heinoirhairo of the lungs does not set In Thompson may re cover , WHO THOMPSON is. KANSAS Cirv , .Mo. , Juno 15. W. L. Thompson , who killed his wife nnd then hhot himsclt in New Yoik city this atternoon , is a son ot the Itev. Dr. Tliompso'i ' , pastor ot thn Second Piesbytciian chinch of tills city , who lett heio this morning forNewYoik city , expecting to sail in a tow days for Eu- lope. vvheio he intended spending several months ot vacation. The theory suggested hcio is that Thompson had been clande stinely man led , and for home reason feaiing to face tlio consequences , nad deleimined to seek an escape rather than meet his father. Thompson had for some time been engaged to bo maided to a young lady who moves in the host social circles ot Kansas City , and the sad tiauedy will doubtless cause a sensation when it becomes known heio to-moriow. TEL.EOKAIMI . NOTES. Hockfoid , III , , shows that the best record as a svveatbox. Monday noon the mcicuiy climbed up to Itti in the shade. The Hulapal Indians at Kingsman and Pea'cli Spiings , Ari/ona , threaten to goon the warpath. The tilho numbers about 500. About ten days airo a buck named Sisa in a jealous rage shot his squaw and seven other backhand squawb and then killed himself. In levengo the tiibe. accoidlng to their cus tom , weio about to massncie the family and relatives ol Sisa , but weio prevented by the whites. , A fiendish tramp assaulted and ontiaged Mrs. Bacon , vvito of a tanner near Lancaster , Wls. Bands of aimed men aio seaiching lor the ruDiaii , and it caught his loul soul will go to a warmer climate without cecemony. The kitchen queens of St. Louis are oigan- \7\i\K \ \ \ under the banners of the Knights of Labor. Ono bundled and tifty domestics aie ahcady cniolled. Thov will boon bo in hh.ipe to compel their mistresses to dance attend ance. Juarez Selman has been elected piesident of Aigentine republic. The Manchester Guardian says filadbtono alone sees thedespeiato ciicumstances In which the country Is placed by the mistaken policvonthe lush question , and'ho alone peieeives liow these ciicumstance.s can bo best dealt with. "Wo nro confident ! " adds the Guaidian , "That the country will cndoiso the premlei's diagnosis and pioposediemedy , for they aio based on ilgorous common sense. " Edwin St. John , of Stlllvvntcr , 5Iinn. , has enteied suit against the St. Paul & Duhitli for V.- nCKX ) damages for failure to sell the plalntilf ceitaln tracts of pine lands. Water In the Monongaliela ilver Is so low that the transpoitatlon of coal Is Mopped and the mines aio shutting down in consequence. Olllcer Hanson , of the Chicago police , the ninth victim of the anarchist bomb , died Mon day. Ho leaves a w Ife and six children , The wind storm at Galveston , Monday , reached a velocity of tifty miles an hour. Bain fell In toricnts. Miles of rnihoud tr.tck vveio washed away. Wanants have been Issued In St. Louis for tlio aiiesl of forty-seven Knightd of Laboi tor conspliing to destroy lailroad hacks , turn tables , switches , etc. , of thoMIssouil Pacillc rallioad. Prinoo Augustus Leopold , duke of Saxe , grandson ot Doui Pedioot Bra/11 , has arrived In Washington. The piesident received the prince this morning. The pi Inco will also at tend the state leceptlon at tho. whlto house this evening. The chief of the bureau of statistics reports that the total value ot exports ot dairy pro ducts dining the month of May , IbNi , as compared with similar expoits during the corio * > poiullng period ot last year , was as fol lows : May , lie , -jWJ.SM ; May , 1H)5 , Sr Htt3.- ( King Malleloa of Samoa has been recog nised RS theiighttiil ruler ot the Islands by tlio Ameilcan , Biltlbh and German consuls. Peace bloods over the land. Princeton's Exploring Expedition. PniNrirro.v , N. J. , June 15. A scientific expedition under the dliection of Piof. Scott leaves Piinceton next Monday for the west , the main object of the expedition being to make a geogiaphlcal survey of the Uintah mountains In western Utah and Wyoming , and also to collect fossils in thuso fparts and pctrllicatlons for the college museum. A part of the time will IKS occupied with work in the noith base of the mountains. About the llrst of August the party will cross the mountains to White Wver , Ute reservation district , which is ns yet comparatively unex plored. Many localities ot great natural in terest , such as the Flaming goigo of Green liver , will bo visited. < Flslitnu Schooner Sunk. ST. JOH-V ' , N. Y.June 13. The news comes 'from St. Georges bay of the loss of a llshipu bchooner and nil on board near Seal rocks. The schooner was heading for land when she was ttrlick by an olt-shoro scjtiull , which carried away her unreefed sails.- She keeled OUT aud sauk immediately. T1113 SLirPBKY B1IAII. American Bclicmlng In rcrnlati Itoada A Ijettcr from Tchornn. NEW YOIIK , June 15. [ Special Telegram : o the BKI.J The Times tills morning pub- Islied a long letter1 from Tehcran < dated May 20 , written by Wolf Von Schurbrnnd , \\hlchsnys : Sir. Winston's secretary after sondlnc In Ids resignation applied for a franchise to build a railroad from Teheran to Mohani- inerah or some other point on the Persian gulf. I wns present at the Interviews hnd with the minister of foreign affairs. His highness statc'd that the shah wns willing to concede to bulldcis of the projected joad all mines In Persia of whatever description networked worked at the picsent hour and also mines now woikednt the same terms now exist ing. The rallioad was to begun within tlueo yenis nnd to bo finished within seven years , the franchise to. hold coed for nlnely-nlno vears. The minister stated expressly In the draft of the contract drawn upbctoro his majesty planted J-'Iruian that bo nnJ no pe cuniary I n Iciest in the whole schtliie , and that he merely engaged himself to try nnd biliiLt tocetlier American capltalistb'witTi the sum total of 8100,000,000 to invest Hi the road. Prdlmlnailes have been fixed upon n.s indi cated. The shah granted Firman under his own slunatuic , approving of the whole thing and pledging his roval woid to stick to tlio teims ngieed upon. But now comes tile rub. Mr. Winston had been slyly coegratulatlnir hlmsolt upon the easy way In which ho luw succeeded , without the expondituie of a cop per , In vviestlng from the Persian government a grant said to bo vvoith millions of dollars. Firman's contract having been signed , ho imagined lilmself faliiy out of tlio woods , aud the con- tinct as good as If In his possession. But ho hnd reckoned without tils host. The minister Is tlio hiother-ln-lavv of the shah , and is n man of viery luxuiious habltsof life , so that despite n large salaiy and gigantic jilbi's both fiom Russia and Kngland , ho "cats' ( that is the Persia woid for 10. ami. despite the tact tint the shah himself has mote than once paid his debts , he Is brad over heels in debt. Ho conformed to the uenernl custom of the couutiy In his case there , being perhaps moio urgent necessity lor It than usual when he , on his part , sought to make a good loiind sum out of the grants enouch. at least , to pay his more | ) iesslng debts aud have a nice margin. He had not contradicted the minister when the latter told him ho had no financial Interests to serve in advocating this rallioad project , nor Intimated in any manner Ills doubts ot this. But that lie ueveitheless did not believe Win ston was shown , by the fact that ho kept the Finnan contract In Ills hands and sent mound to Winston to tell him that betoio sundown yesteiilay he wanted-0,000 tomans ( j0,000) : ! ) . as the Hist Instalment in the shape ot icmuneratloii tor his tioublc In.the whole affair , adding that he intended to be leason- ttolo and that there never befoio had been a matter ot this macnltudc put through so noiselessly and dcxtoriously in Persia , nor so cheaply. Mr.Vliistonk \ will not pay , and I fear the whole scheme will go to pieces in consequence. r GOING COXVENTION-MAD. Claims of Chicago .Hotel Keepers on Nomliuitinjj.Meetlnjn. CHICAGO , June 15 [ Special to the Br.n. ] The Chicago hotel interest is already movliiK to Insure the holding ot tlio next republican national convention In this city. But It has been ascertained that itJs meeting with very little encouragement , and has already dis- covcicd that some of the national committeemen - men who were uigent advocates for Chicago the "Convention City" hayo tinned about completely and bcconto undisguised oppon ents. The chief cause oticomplnlnt appears to lie in the cxtbrliopntc ifemands of the hotel people after Voluntnuly pledging tlmt theie would bo no advance In rates. A mem ber of the western members of the national committee on those repiesentatlons gave per sonal assurance that these pledgee would bo faithfully can led out. Those same gentle men , it is claimed , are still smarting , not only fiom the enforced necessity of bienking their pledges but of being numbeied 111110111 : those who weio assessed so roundly by the hotel men. It is cited that a room seemed as the headquarters for the Blalno adherents was chaiged for at the rate of 81,000 a day when SlOO would have been an ample liguie. One of the conimltteenien who had been active in seeming pledncs for Chicago was assessed 3'-50 a day for two ordinary rooms. The people ciovvdcd into the leading hotels wcic so la 120 that H is contended that only a a small proportion vvero enabled to procuio their meals at the hotel tables. The chaiges assessed for all the headquaiters rooms wcio pioportionately as huge ns these mentioned for tlio Blaine head quarters. The canvass vvhicii has been made this early , thercloie , it is claimed , has been vciydisconricing to the hotel pcoplo who have been somewhat active in messing the matter. The we.stein men , who have been appealed to to lead in the matter , have. In borne known Instances , declared that they weio beliayed and would do nothing to lor- waul the plan. The western men who arc in tills fiame. ot mind appear to favor Saratoga , conceding at the same time that the location will depend very largely , when the question is finally to bo determined , upon the wishes of the 11 lends ot the candidates. Tlio Dead Klnjr. Mi'xicii , June 15. Dr. Von Schlelss , for- meily Klnc Ludwig'.s physician , denies that the king was insane. He maintains that Ludwig was eceentile only , The doctor adds that though ho'dis.xsiecd with tlio official re- poit of tlio examining boaul of physicians declaring the king Insane , still ho felt com pelled to keep his vlowh to himself ; ' 'for. " ho say * . , "if 1 had published a statement in oppo sition to that of the comt doctois , I should havoshmcd tlio late of ecitaln other poisons , and been nt least consigned to pilf-on My opinion as to the king's condition Is based on my expeilenco ns his physician since ills blub , My colleague , Dr. Glntl , agrees with mo. " Funeral services were read over the bodvof King Ludwig last night at Beig castle. The remains vvero tlion escorted held * under a strong cavaliy guaid. A caietul , thorough and scientific autopsy lias been made on the remains of King Lud wig. It revealed an abnormal structmo of the skull and the existence of deponeiativc pioccss In the membuncn of the brain , due partly to chronic inflammation , At the plenary moot ing of the upper house of the diet to-day Baron von Lutpiesident of the council read I'rfncfl Lnltpold's message asking the house to assent to tlio regency , which was unanimously ugieed to. Another Honor-far Gladstone. Kni.Miimo , June ! [ . Gladstone will on Friday next be nominated for the pip < jldency of tlio Scottish Liborol association. The unionists will oppose Jils election. Bfoiirnlujr for tiiidwf K. LONDON , June I5f---Tlie British court 1ms gone Into mourning fyr a period of thrco weeks on account of M" ? death of the king of Ilavai la. , Heavy Storm at York. YOIIK , Neb.j June 15 [ Special to the UKU.J Last night a heavy rain storm dis turbed things here considerably , At 0 o'clock a very stiong wind wns blowing from the north and. carrying with it clhuds of dust This continued for nearly an hour when the rain began to tall , and continuing a ! night , not clearing up till 6 this morning , Kerthing is soaked , hut no seilous damage was ( lone to property by the rain. The wind injured the teuU of tlio Sells Bros , circus , which show had exhibited hero in the after noon to an immense audience and were In- tendluir to show again at night , but vveic compelled to give It up , Some of the canvas was badly used up. Ooverjior UIIVO'H Veto. AI.IIAXV , N , Y. . . Juiu 15. Govemor Hil to-day vetoed the act of tliole islatuieprovld ing for cumuliUlvu voting ( n elections for choice ot aldqmcn lu New York city. THE NEWS FROM TWO STATES Many Events of n Day Throughout Nebraska and Iowa , HEBRON'S LECHEROUS CITIZEN. Closing BxcrctscH nt Donne College Discouraging Crop Hoports Ijtn- coin HlR fiinoiiyli for a Flrat- Olnsfl Citj' Various Crime * . Not Fit to Ijtvo. lliuntox , Neb. , June 15. [ Special Tolo- cram to the HKi : ] K. Owens was nrrcMed o-day oil a charge of rape upon the person of his iovcntccn-jearold sister-lu-law' , Kesn ( ! rahamemi > loyed ns a domestic by F. Chinch of Alexandria. Owens nuiirled nls present wife , who Is now In n dclicato con- lltlon , about eight months ago , and las a family by his foimcr wife , who died about a year azo. Last Frl lay ho Invited the k'lrl to ildc. Sim accepted ils Invitation , anil was forced to bubuilt to ita passion under threat of death. The vll- lun held a knlfont the victim's throat until 10 accomplished his design. Owens has served one term In tlio Iowa penitentiary. Threats of lynching are afloat The.'prlsonor was bi ought to Hebron for safe kccplnc. Exercises nt Donno. Cnr.TK , Neb. , Juno IS. tSpeelal TelcRram o the Ur.E.J The senior preparatory cxhlhl- , lon last night was somewhat dlstmhod by a icavy storm of wind and rain which burst won Crete about 8 o'clock. Ovorn hundred dclied wind and weather and listened to the very excellent programme which was cairlcd out to the letter In splto of the sto nn. The cnteitaimnout Is said to have been the best senior preparatory ever given at the college. The senior 1'iesldent ' ' reception at 1'eiry's ids afternoon was ono of the nest delightful social events of ttic season. The trustees of the college able o be picsent from nbio.ul wcio the IJevs. A. A Kheirlll and J. TMatle , of Omaha ; J. E. i'orter.of Falimount ; the lion. II. II. bhcdd , of Ashland ; Uov. A. T. Swing , of Fremont ; II. A. Ficncli. of Mllfoid , and Colonel Thomas Deane , of Charleston , Mass. The nembers of ( lie faculty , members of the two graduating classes with tholr guests , alumni if the college , and many of the citl/.ens , to way tholr respects to our president and his estimable wife. Presi dent and airs. Peny wcio assisted Colonel and Mrs. Thomas Deane , UL Chailestovvn , Mass. . and Mis. Leavltt liuinam , ot Omaha. Alter a charming halt liout spent In Intcichaiige of gieetlngs and coiiEiatulations , an elegant tea was served. The Hesperian entertainment nt the oj ra house this evening was well attended 'and opened with a piano Milo by Miss I&tflleu- deison a valso trom Weber. The solo was excellently rendered , with perfection of ac cent and expiession and was well received. The Itev. II. A. Ficnch then followed with a tervont prayer. The essay ot Miss Mattie Rogers is especially woithvof men tion. The subject wits "Jiiventus Mundi. " Miss Hogei.s has a pleasing style and could bo heard distinctly in all parts ot the hoiibi * . The brilliant solo by Miss. Gates , "Uriglitly the Sunlight , " received a hearty encore. The second piece was oven moie loudly ap plauded than the lirst Miss ( lutes takes a Uieto uu < iienco by stonn.Sho was accompanied by Mrs. C. W. .Uoaue , whoso rare povvcr at the piano is worthy the admiration she always icceives. llu , oration by A. V. House oii Jilmes Fenimoio Coocer , was ono ot the best leatuiPs of the evening. Mr. llotibo has u eood delivery and sliowcd that ho had civen much tlioinrht to his subject. Theoilginal poem by Miss Emma liutler , "A Vision , " showed gieat ] > ovvor of imagination and a purity ol style much admiied. She was lieaitily apulandcd. The last speech on the piogiammo by S. A very , entitled , "College Oiatoiy , " was a niasteiplecc ot wit and dioll bumoi aciedit to the club. Messrs. Doane Dmgan , Knight and Allur closed the enter tainment by the quaitelto lendition , "Tilt Jle , Flora , ' vvhlcli was well appicelatcd. These gentlemen sing well together , and have the happy and i.uo habit ot enunciating so as to bo undei.stood. Examinations aio being conducted by tlio examining commit- tee. viz. : Sidney Stionp of Friend , A. P. Tukey of Omaha and the Kev. Wilson Den- ney of Nohiaska City. The normal gradual- ing exercises occur to-monovv at 10 o'clock a. m , , and commencement piopcr on Thurs day at the same hour. The Heyday of tlio Youth In York. Yomc , Neb. , Juno 15. [ Special to the UIK. : ] The college commencement is going on nicely , but ll'o pel lei mancc for last night had to be omitted on [ account ol the stoim. On Tuesday night tlio contest foi the Wood's pri/.es In elocution occnncd In tlio M. 1C. chinch. The ( list in ire , of S10 in gold , was awarded to Mlnnlo Mellwain , ol Yoik ; the second to James it. Gianthan , of Do Witt. The judges vveic Itev , Dr. Creighton , of Lin- Dr. I ) . E. Sedgwick , and lion. Mr. Gilbert , of this place. Kvcry pcrfoimaneo was good. There was not a failuie , not a bieak or hesi tation on the pait of a single peifoimcr. Sunday morning Piesident Thomson deliv ered his Hiic.'alauieate dKcouiso to the senim class. His text was : "What Is Thy Life ? " Ho consldiiiecl the various kinds of lifo and gave special attention to tlio true life. It was pionounced by critics the ablest of Di. Thomson's b.ircalameates. In the evening the Hev. Chailes F. Cieighton dellveied the rollegolcctinooiitho "Atoneniont ot Christ. " It was pincly theological , and an abloaigu- nient on the legal aspects ot the atonement. The examinations of yesterday weio well conducted. A numln'r of distinguished vis- itoislrom abroad aio hcio attending , among them Kev. Dr , Muller , of Lincoln ; Itov. Mr. Ileani , of Illinois ; Hev , Mr. Granthnm , of Do Witt ; Jfev. Mr. Hrltt , and Hon. . I. W. Small. This moinlng the Vetomathean society gave an excellent entertainment. Just bo- loio the henedictiun the Kov. Piolessor Peck inesentcd to the seniors ot this society Mo srs. Giantham , Mellwain and Mullcr coititicates of lionouiblo mcmheiship lor life , In a beantllul and touching addioss. Additional Crop Ileporta. \tipecttiln \ lo the lice. ] ADAMS roi'sry. HA&nxos , Neb. , Juno 15 , Supei visors frotn eveiy township In this county this vvcol : are unanimous In .sajiug that corn Is exceed ingly late and backwaul , Small grain sulfor- Ing for want of rain. Corn may bo saved by timely rain , but small grain will not , In any event , make half a crop , D1XON COUXTV , PoxcA , Neb. , Juno in. Wheat , corn , small grain and all ether crops mo doing nicely and promlbo a good yield. Wo have liad plenty ot rain nnd farmcis arcconlideut ot a buccesslul year. year.WKnSTEIl WKnSTEIl COUNTV. Itcn CLOUD , Nob. , Juno 15. Keports from eight precincts shown falling off in acieago of corn. All kinds of crops are sulfarlni : for lack of tain. Small grain is past redemp tion. Corn may be saved by timely rain. JIAI.I. rouNiv , d GIIANIIsrAM > , Neb. , Juno 15. Itepoits from all parts of this county are 10 tlio effect tlmtall kinds of crops will boshoit. ltiln : , II plenty and boon , may bavo coin but will not save small grain. Tlio lluhlivlllo Tarring. HA v Si'JiiNO , Neb. , June 15. [ Special Tele gram to the Jiii.J : : An indignation meeting of thocitUcns of this place wasjlield tills even ing condemning the action of the Instigators ot the outiago committed at Itushville Satur day last , when ono Aklnan , attorney nnd land agent at that place was taken tiom his oilico by an Infuriated mob and stripped to a nude condition and tailed and feathered and given a short time to leave town in. They com pelled Him to bicn over his pinpcity. \aued'atS-Jooaior | glOO. It la thought Unit < Ihololoncodono him wns totally uncalled for. Akin has contested n number of claims upon which the bank nt that place hns loaned inonev for the owners to prove up on nnd ns the banker nnmed Chamberlain could not reach him bv the law ho took to mob violence. Akin has secured the best Inwjcrs In the northwest nnd will bring suit for Si'i.OOO. II. A Clmmbcrlaln left Huohvlllo on I nno 14 , nnd soveml telegrams vein sent after him , ordcilni ; his nrrcat as the leader of the mob of the 10th lust. , at Itushville , Nob. Unouctt I' or rirstClnsH. Ltscot.K , Neb , , Juno 15. [ Special Tele gram to the IHr..J : The enumerators appoint ed to tnko the census of the city to detcimlno whether the population was suftlelent to al ow Lincoln to omanlzo ns a city of the flr t cln s , have completed their vv ork nnd find 2.1- , 030 people In the corporation. It remains now for the mayor to certify this fact to the rovernor who , In time. Issues his pioclanm- tlon as icqulied by law In such cases. Wild. HASTINGS , Neb. , Juno l.Special ( Tele- irnm to the Uii : : . ] The game of b * > o ball icro to-day between the Fremont Grays and the Hastings Keds resulted In the disastrous lefeatof the Fiemont team , the scoio bland- inclStoO. The gnrno was the Hist ono of Iho season for the Iteds. Another game will be plavcd to-moriow. Hliot lu tlio Groin. Cnr.ioitTON , Neb. , Juno IB. [ Special Telegram - gram to the UKE.J S. J. Uothwell shot Charles Crockett In pclf-defcnso yesterday nfteinocn. The trouble nroso over some land on the Santee reseivntion which both claim. Ciockett wns.sliot in the groin and will lecover. _ _ l Ijlfo Crushed Out. DisMoiNns : la. , Juno 15. [ Special Tele gram to the 15ii : : . ] Xelson C. Hanson , re siding nt HOoNoith Fifth street , was fright fully Injured this momlng nt Itnblnson's bilck jnrd , In North DCS Molncs. Ho and several others vvero undermining n clay bank when It suddenly caved In , burying Hanson completely out of sight. HU com rades Immediately dug him out nnd found him In nhoirlblo condition. Ho was lying face downward with the life almost crushed out. His jaw was broken , ono side of his head b.ullj mashed nnd the blood pom Ing from his nee , mouth anil cars. Deshles this ho is honibly ruptured and otherwise intei- nallj Injuied. ' 1 lie patiol wagon wns nt once telephoned tor and ho was icmoved to his home. His injuiles aio fatal. Mr. llansen Is thlity-tlvo years old nnd has n wllo ami four children. Tlio Hrovvn Impcnolimoitt. DKS MOIXKS , Iowa , Juno 15. In the Im peachment trial Henderson , cashier of the Marongo Savings bank , on cioss examina tion tcstilicd that the bank had paid some amount chaiged by Deputy Auditor Stewait for examinations. Two boarding house keep- eis testliied that Tall paid 8 JO a week for the board of six persons while examining insur ance companies. A bookkeeper in tlie state auditor's office tcstilicd a * to the manner of kccjilnc books and drawing stnto warrants by Brown nnd his deputy and division of tecs iccelved. Ho was still on the stand nt the adjournment. Hibernians In Session. , Buni.ixoTON' , In. , Juno 15. The second annual icuuion of the A. 0. II. , of Iowa , Is a grand success. Trains brought , at least ilfteen "hundred delegates from all parts ot the state. The city Is handsomely decorated with the stars and stilpos nnd. the giecn blended. The 'procession maiched through the principal stiects to llciuy's park where Mayor Adams delivered the address of wel come Hon. M. V. Gannon , ot Davenport , was orator of the day and made an eloquent address. The convention piopcr will bo held to-monovv for the tiansaction of business. Desperate Efforts For Freedom. Dis : MOINES , Iowa , Juno 15 , [ Special 1'cl- e 'iain to tlio Bin : . ] A desperate attempt was made to bieak jail hero to-day. When Jailor Pannenter went inside the bars to remove a prisoner , live other piisoncrs jumped upon 111 in and attempted toloico him Into a cell. Ho had no weapon save a padlock , but sulk ing with this liu'lit and left ho felled the ciovvd and with the help of his dauchter. who came to hit ) assistance , diovo the mutinous prisonei. ) back Into tlio cells. Ho escaped witii homo bruises and a cut on the head. A Night With a Madman. Lrarox , la. , Juno 13. [ Special Telegram to the Hii.J : : William Monovv. u young school teacher , chained with stealing a cow near hcic , tiled to hang himself in fiedfoid jail this moinlng at : ! o'clock. His Muzzles aroused his cell mate , who cut him down , but tlio would-bo suleidc then attacked his les- cucr and broke a eliaii over his head. No one could bo aiouscd until daylight , and the rescuei had haul vvmk to escape the fuiy of the othci , who is thought to bo Insane. , Veterans' Mhcrality. Dis : Mot.vr.b , la. , Juno 15. [ Special Tele gram to the 15ii.1 : : In respect to the request of the national commander ot thn Grand Ai my of the Itepublli : for the amount which the state of Iowa had paid out tor the Sol- dims' Orphans' homo .since the organisation in IbOO , Governor Laiiabco found to-day that the amount was about one million two han dled thousand dollars. A Queer Drovvniii ! ; . OTTi'MWA , la. , Juno 15. [ Special Trio- gram to the UiiJ : : Last evening John Mo Hugh , aged sixteen , being alone in a skill while his companions weio bathing , tell down in the boat with his head outside. In the water , lie was dead when leached by his companions. Another Iowa Iload Cuts. CKDAII K.vi'ins , Juno 15. The Bmllnglon , Cedar Itapids A ; Koithern railway company will put Intoellect to-moiiow a late of * V < M fiom all Its Junction points with the Chicago cage , Milwaukee it St. Paul railway In the noithwcsl , covciliig about twenty-five I in- poitant points. Roller lor Vancouver , TOIIOSTO , Juno 15. ThomayortiansinlltJil to-day by tolegiaph 81,000 for the lellef of biilleieis by the Vancouver lire. THEIR FIRST RECEPTION ; The President nnd His Bride Brilliantly Open tlio White House. OVER 2,000 , PEOPLE PRESENT , ThoMniinlou Magnificently Decorated. For tlio OccasIon The Diplomat lo Corps on Haml lit Force Other Visitors. (5rectln r tlio nrlitc. WASHINGTON , Juno 15. The whlto house Dover lui'scntod n moio brilliant spectacle than to-night on tlio occasion of tiiu Hist ofll- clnl leeoption irlvenby the preildcntand Air ? . Cleveland. The deeotatlons vvoio on the same Ktanrt scale ns at the president's wed' ( line. The guests began to airlvo shortly before - fore 0 o'clock , niul soon tlio house was cio\ulotl with ladles and contli > mon awaiting the coming of the rccolvlng party. The signal tliut the president and Mrs. Cleveland \voio ready was given promptly on time , nnd the M.ulno ham ! , which wns stationed In tlio nmln vestibule , struck up the nlr , "Hall to the Chief. " The revolving party , then descended fiotn thti upper portion.of the honso to the hluo parlor In tlio following older : 1'iosldcnt and Mis. Cleveland , Secretary anil Mis. Kndlcott , Seeietary and Mis. Whitney , Postmaster General and Mrs. Vllas , Colonel aiul Mrs. Lamont. They m ranged themselves In asi-inl-clrclo Hi the blue parlor , with tlio president lli.st , then Mis. Cleveland , nnd Mis. Kudleott , Mis. Whitney und Mis. VllaH In the older nnmed. Mrs. Cleveland was at- tlicd in her wedding dress , llor only oina- mcnts wcroa diamond necklace , the vvoddlnjf gilt ironi the piesldcnt. nnd a maKnlll * cent boquct of whlto rot-en worn at the corsaso. She hnd a smllo for evciy- ono , and a wont for many , and her vvinsomo manncis captivated all. The ptesldent and ih-s. Cleveland were assisted ov Mis. Kndl- cott. MJS. Whltnoy mid Mrs. Vll.iH- Mis. Kndlcott was dieted In white , satin , en train , trimmed with black tlncad lace , and wore diamond ornaments. Mrs. Whitney vvoio a low neck , sleeveles * white satin KOVVII , with diapciy of white tulle , and diamond oinameuts. Mrs. Vlliis was uttiied In a magnificent lobeol whlto canton ciepe , tilmmcd with Valenciennes ln.ee and looped with clusters of white roses. Her oinamcnts vvero diamonds. The deplomatlc corps vvero the llrst to bo piescntcii , led by the dean , Mr. 1'ioston. AH the legations vvero icpiesented by their miu- isleis or attache . ' 1 ho general leccution ofi all othei Invited guests tlien fol lowed without any u.utlcnlar oruoc or piccedc'iice. 'J'lio eleicywus repicsented by Dr. .Sumh'iland , who olllelated at tlio piesldent's wedding , and li. Milbnin. the blind chaplain ot the House of lopreson tat Ivo. * ) . nnd tlio judicial v by .lusticus Hailan ami Bradley ot the United States supreme courf. and Judges Cox , Mcirlck , MaeAilhnr and Haulier , of the tupieme eouil of tlio DIstilet , Minister Mol-ano , ox-minister Kusson , and evMinlster Foster vvero among 111010 who p.iid their icspccts. Coneress was well repicsented. Tlio army and navy vvero well leiiiescnted. I'lomlnent aniouitho gen eral olliceis weio Lloutenant General Sherl-f dan , Admii.il 1'oiter , Vice Ad- miiiil llowan , Admirals Stevens , Wells and Jenkins , and Geneiali Drum Paiko , Uenetand lla/on. Acting Secretary and Mis. F\iichild : \ vveio aniont ; the early calleisand vveie Invited to icmain with the iccelvInK p.uty. Mr. and Airs. Krcdcrlcl - Douglas vvero anioni ; these who called to ex tend their congratulations to the picsidont and hl.s In I do. The iceeptlon was ono of the largest ever" given at the \\liito house , there being not less than two thousand quests picsent. The leeeptlon elosud uboiit lOMfi and , the picshlcnt and Mis Cleveland - land , nttoi a prninenado tluouuh the vaiious looms , retiicd , accompanied by the cabinet oliicois and theii wives to par take ol a collation spread In ono of the prl vateupaitmentHof the mansion. At the close ol the pie.sident's reception the Mailno band pioccedcd to the hotel and seie- nailed the Brazilian ptinee. IJUCK1NO FOR UK10U. $ \ Tlio Northwestern Sued For XotCnr-J rjIiiK Hcer Into luwii. * Cinr.\no , Juno 15. Suit for 310,000 daiiH . ages , was begun in the United States circuit ! court to-day by Geoi o A. anil Fiuderlekf How man , beer vendeis of Maibhalltow'n ' , la. , against the Chicago & Noitlivvestern lallroad , for Its lelusal to tianspoit 5,000 bar- icls of- beer for tlio plaliitilis tiom Chicago cage to Maishalltown. 'J'lie lallioad declines to eally tile bever.ifjo for lear ot section 1555 , chapter US acts ot the Iwi'iitlelh Iowa as- MMiimy. vvliich makes It a penal ottenso to take Into the Mute any intoxicating liijnoiff without a penult lioiu tlio auditor ol' , tlio comity to which the liquor Is to be taken. This pel mil can bo obtained by the consignee only on making aflidavit Unit tlio liquor Is to bo used for medicinal , mechanical. culinary of. Miciamcnlal purposes. Bowman Biothers , claim that tills law Is unconstitutional , and they apnllcd lei a peimit to sell beer uf a bcverau'e. It was lefused. Then thoy& bought fi.UJO hands of beer at SO.WJ per bar- lei , ] ) avment beini ; eondltional on tholrgct < - tini ; it Ihto Iowa , but tlio Noilhvvestein roatll refused to take it. Howimin liros. cl&iuu that beer Is hold all over Iowa , and If thuy once succeeded In getting It Into thostato > tliey could M-ll It lei SS per band and not'ue mofcMed. Tlio rclusal ot the company to tianspmt It Is to bo mailo the oceasioii of a teat ol tlio validity ot the Iowa law. , * Hnllior * Drowned. IJj.Ain , Neb. , Juno 15. holds Helen , aged , fifteen , was diowned in Fish cieek Sunday. Tlio iciiialiis wcio iccoveird and huilud yea- teulay. llAitn.voTON , Neb. , Juno 13. Joseph Hchaotpr , a young man of twenty , was beiml with cramps whllo bathing In How river , Sunday , and was diovvned befoio assistance ) , could icach him. HportHinca In Convention. lUnif.i.Na'io.v , la. , Jnno 15. Tim ninth an nual convention of the Iowa Stale Assoola * tlon of Spoilsmen Is In bcsslon tiom the l&tli to the IBth liibt. Thcio uro 1IJU fipoitsmou < piehont. That Tired Feeling I & H That extreme tired feeling.which U tn dis tressing ami often so un.ircomitaMo In the sprint months , Is entirely overcome by Hood's fiarsapaillla , which tones the whulo body , purifies the blood , cures scrofula and all humors , cures dynivcpbla , creates nn appetite , rouses the torpid ilver , braces up the nurvis , and clears the mind. Wo solicit a comparison oj Hood's Sarsaparllla with any other blood purifier In ( ho market for purity , economy , Btrcuptli , and medicinal merit. Tired all the Time "I had no appetite or strength , and felt tired alt the time. I attributed my condition to scrofulous humor , I had' tried several kinds of incdlclno without lienrfit. Hut as soon as I had taken half n bottlu of Hood's Sarnaparllla , my appetite was restored , and my stomach felt better. I have now taken nearly three bottles , ami I never was now ell. " HUB. JKSSIU F. DOUIKAIIK , Tascoag , It. I , Mrs. 0. W. Marriott , Lowell , Mass. , was completely cured of sick hcaducho , which she had 1C years , by Hood's Sarsajiarllla. Everybody needs nnd should take a goott fprlng medicine , for two rcabona : 1st , The body U now mure fciisecplllilo to * benefit from medicine than at any other season. d , The Impurities which have accumulate ! ! In tlio blood should bo expelled , mid the sys tem given tone and btrcnglh , li-foio tlio pros * tratlni ; effects of warm ueathcr are felt. Hood's H.irsaparllla Is the best tiling medi cine , A single trial will convince you of Ha superiority. Take It bc-fuio It Is too late. The Jlcst fiprlnu Medicine "I take Hood's H-.rsaparllla for a up ring medicine , and I find U just the thing. U tones iiji my system and makes me feel llko a differ ent man. My w ifo Uku-j U for dyspepsia , ard Fho derives gieat bvneflt fiom It. Khosayult Is tlio Lest inedleliiu she ever took , " V , 0. TUIINKII , Hook & Ladder No. 1 , lioston , Mas. } . "J-ast I tiuubled with both1 - spring va > , caused by my blood being out of order. TWJ bottles of Hood's KarsaparllU ruud mo , I can recommend It to all tiuuliltd with ultec- tloiis of the blood. " J. Bcitocil , 1'c-oila , III. Hood's Boia by all drupfiliti. flj > lz for f } . I'tcj.ared Bold by all dfuetUti. : IH , lx for i ? ) . 1'rcpire * b/U. I. IIOOI ) it CO. , Aputliecarlti , lentil , JUis , by U. 1. 11OO1 > A. CO. , Aputhtc.itlv rlx > ell , Mill. , IOO Doses Ono Dollar i IOO Defies Ono Dollar