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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEMONDAY : , JULY 12 , 1880.
The End of the Brown Impeachment Trial at Hand. THE CAUSE OF THE DIFFICULTY. Wlint In I'xpcctcil to lie tlin ItcMtlt Instituting KoToi-tiis Claims For tlio New Orleans Kxliililt loivn News , Tlin Agony Ncnrly Over. lr < < Miisi ( : . In. , July -ISpcolnl tn llio lMi : : . | Tlio long nanny of the imiirnoliniont tilal Is nhont over. Itlms lieun In ronliint- cms xissliiii slnre the It'th ' of May. H hri3 cost the stnlc soniiMvhPie Iroin S"iO,0 )0 ) to * "A- 000 , mill the | icoil | ( > mo very likely to ask ml boiio ? Tills tilal , which lias consumed no much time , cost so much money , and v\or- i led so many iicoplo , Is the outcome of cam less nlllrinl Imbits and stubborn sol f-will There Is no doubt but that tin1 whole trouble mlt'lit have hceii avoided nnd this case boon M'ttlt-d months nio II Iho auditor nnd gov ernor nt that tlmu had displayed n little tart nnd disposition to nmku icnsoimblc conces sions. Hut uarhvus arbitrary ind iinrnm- pioniUlng at least otic nl\va > swasvhon tin ) ollii't illicit liavo been disposed to ntlcct u Miltlumcnt. UctlliiK down to the inanow of this ( Illllciiltj , thi'io SOCIHH tobc.idnal side to tlm chniKCH against Audltoi Hiovvn. Tart of them atlcet his conduct as an nluclal , looked at Iroiu a business staiidpolnt , and part his Intent Ity. Miiny of the cliai cs against him iclatu to technicalities In the conduct of the otllcu , moio or le.a Imiiortanl , nnd otheis alleuo that hii lieiit lues that did not bclmn ; to htm , and sue- ( ? eit In ono e.isc , at least that ot the Iliemer county hank a hilhory. Mr. Hoo\vn was charged with n falluru to keep nccount of all Ices mining Into his pov sslonith ; a tall- iiio to tile vouchuis for the cMiendltnie ot about -0,000 , contingent 01 clcik s Hind ; \vith consenting to extol tionate chaises toi Insin- uncc cxamliutlons made bv Vail , a Chicago ( ! \ amlneiitli ; liisutxiidlnatlon In infusing to ndtult thi ) goM'inoi to examine IIH books timing business hnins ; with the accepting of lees lor services that ought to have been pei- loimed without extra clmigo and us a regular p.utot his duties. Theileleiisoto thogie.iler nart of these chaises has been that otlicr olllcers ha1 o done much tlios.unc. that Htovv n is jiistllicd iniieli by ] iiccedeiit. and that as iclaies to the tiling ot voucheis tor the oxpi'Ktlltnic.H1 of Ills contingent tiind , 1m was in Ids o\\n judgment comphing with the. luwbj keening a memoiaiidum on tlio- stub of the warrants. A good dual ot partisan feeling has liccn ( loveloneil dining the trial , anil nn at tempt lias been made to show that Hiown has been peiseonteil , that he w.is the most il ) > - ilghtanil fiilthtnl olllclal that was over in ( In1 andllui'h otllcu. ho it \\lil not bu possible toi tlie Jiny ol lifty.seiwtoiH to vote altogether on thcevluenec and law us presctibeu , tiom piejudh'O and bias , ono wav 01 the othci. It is thought now that tin : ( fcmoutat.s will vote guncially Joi acquittal , two or tluee of them posslblv voting lot-conviction. Ofthu lepnbllcans , the tnoscciition expect to gt't ' .somo twelve or lif teen Notes on some counts possibly mm o. Tlioio aio thlity counts in tlio indk'tmont , and the eutlio .somite must be Dolled on each count , which will lequito a long time in getting n veidlct. I.OOKIMI von itr.roiiMS. The nrescnt state administration sepiiis to beet the lefoim kind , and it Is undeistond tiial tlio governor is looking into several cases ot aliened mismanagement ot state In stitutions and misappiopilations of state funds. The State uimoisily oC Iowa City is lecelvlng a little attention now , though nothing .staitllng b > way o develoDiuent is expected.PAV PAV ixn rou IOWA'S i\iimrr. 'I'ho last ieclslatuio j-itssed a bill appro- priat inn about § 5,000 to iclmbnibO .several peisouswho hsd advanced and o\pended nioncj to meet the expenses of tin ) Iowa ex- hihit at New Orleans. it was clalmul tliat tlin bill bolng of thu natnioot apihatcelulin , would icqtiliu the constitutional niajoi Ity ot tvvn-thliih to cnny. It failed to get that nuiubei in tlm housolmt the spcakei itiled that U was not ncccssaiy , and the hill became - came , a law , going into effect July 4. The state auditor , however , having bonie doubt ot the legality of the law , was at fust dls- liosoil to withhold pavment of any claims under it , but on tinther consideiation has concluded that It is not his place to go unbind thr > loturns and question tlio manner in which the bill became a law , and .so is auditing tlio claims as they awpiesentcd. This is good now.s to several people who woie Induced te sink a tew bundled dollars in tills entcrpiiso on the expectation and piom- Iseol the commissioner that the state would lopay the money. ( ivr.nroMi : HY TIM : III-.AT. tJudco Weaver , the leading member of the boaul of manage of the liiipeaclimeiit tilal , \vasoveicomebytlio heat and nervous ex haustion w Idle making Ida aigiiinont yestei- dar , and the senate was obliged to adjourn till to-nioitow to give him a chaiico toie- cover. Ho Is a very xtrong and nblolavvjer and lias woiked very haul in tills case , eauy- IIIK tJio heaviest jait of It alone , lie was le- centlv nominated for dlsttlct judye. and will piotiably K < > to ( lie siipiemo bench befoio many yeais It Ins liealtn holds out. Jluvo to Prove tlio Ci : : > . \it ICvi'iiis , la. , July 11. rScdal | UVloiriam to the HIK. ] Tlio sensation of the day Istheanest of David Krant , edltot of the Walker Xovvs , lor criminal libel , the bin den of the libel being Insinuations and dheet statements conveying the liiune.islon Hint John .1. Clicny , a manulartuier of ereameiy snpplle.s , of Cedar Hapids , Is dis honest In business , a violator ot the liquor la\v , living In iiiilawlnl relations with a \\oman who Is not his law fully wedded wile , nnd aHllcted with meanness Roneially. A civil suit tor § : ; , ) ( ) damages , Diouzlit several weeks ago , only Incieaj-ed Brant's attacks. Jtrant gave bond In S''M and will soon bo tiled buloio.luilKoKtoneiiiaii , of tills city , Who AVill lloprnsont lown. UiJIoiMis : , la. , Jnlv 11. [ Special Tele- ffinnt to tlm Hui.J : ( ! oveinorlarifibee has appointed the following delegaton to the Nn- tlonal Kariuei.s' congiuss to bu held at In- dlanapolls : U. K Clayton , Macedonia ; C. I1. CaiiKntorVebhter \ City ; C. F. Clarion , Dos Moines ; K. A. Campbell , Kalineld ; Conway. The govdiior also yesterday ajipolnted Dr. 0. 11 , 1'rcston , of Davenport , to bo dele gate to the national coiifeienco of chaillles and collection to bi > held at .St. I'aiil. llo lakes tlio place ot ill. Wntkinb , or Daven- poit , who deellned , Vlullin of OaHoIInn Stove.s. JisMoiNKs : , la. , July 11 , [ Special Telo- Riam to the llii-.J : Mi.s. Klchnul Nash , wlfo of a lireman on the Fort Dodge lallroad , was hovoioly burned by the explosion of n gasoline - line stove this afternoon. She was woiklng nuoutlt when it e.XDloded , BctttiiR fiio to her clothing and burning her frightfully about the bond and breast. It Is thought she can not live. 'Iho the depattment arilved soon after tuu explosion and nulckly put out the ' Congratulated in Defeat. ST. I.ouis , July ll.-Tlin following rtls- patib , signed by many buppoiteis to Glad- BUUIO'I. homo rule policy , was cabled this evuulue : MIL T. V. ' M. P.-Wo - p'CoNKon , . . - conpi-atn- late Mr. tSladstono on hU ablu callvasJ. The JiUh lace and hlsli filends of roiibtltutlonal llbrity tlmntcliout tlm woiid congiatulato jilm and foci assinod that the ad vei so vote on liojiio nile In Knglanil , on moio nmturo con- bhloration , will be loversed. It is lor the jautual intciTjst of Kncllsli , UUli , Scotch and vt'Icli that the principle of homo rule should bo established , ami U will bo. Tlio Postal Ijawn Aiiituutcd. WABIIINOTOK , July It. The postmaster general has , In compliance with petitions signed by largo nurubcH of business men In numerous cltlas , amended the postal laws so as to permit tiansmlsslon throtish the malls within the United Statei ami. tenitoilc * of liquids not liable t explosion or spontaneous com- Imstion-or Ignition by spark or ] nrnnym- : llaunuable soft oa | > . pasti s. confections , oint ments or nttieins of similar consistency , under certain conditions Insuring safety to ntlici inn II matter In traiHml < slon , Ovprnromlltid Ocr-nn Strainers. Ni\v : YOIIK , .litlv 10. Ye terda > thocai > - tain of the Atlantic steamship Nevada was arrested and taken before the Unitrd States commissioner In this city on the charge of overcrowding his vessel with second class passengers. The Nevada on her last tilp iroin Liverpool out biouglit over Tin emi grants. Her licensed capacity Is "A < eeond class passeiiceiN. The penalty for violating the law Is a line of fifty dollar * for enrh pas senger carried in excess of the number al lowed. ConvlctH Killed. Lmu. Itnr K. Ark. , July 11. Tlio particu lars ol the killliu ; of three convicts by their guards neat I'lnu lllulf yesteiday afternoon havn leaclied this eltj. A ganc ot eighty coin lets w ei e wet king In the brick yard nfow miles from town , and the ci'tiie number maile o sudden break foi Illvrty. The guaids Immediately levelled their rules and Ined , killing three of the rlncleador- . and moitally wounding the fointh None escaped. Tlin Trnnscontlnetitnl Illcycllst. Coi.fMiif , Neb. , July 11. | Special Tele gram to the HII : ] S. (5. Spler.tlie great bicy clist who Is running from Allianv.'N. Y , to the I'acllie .slojie , came tluougli liere to-day feeling quite good , cxpectlnu to leach Denver bv thu t h ot July. Saturday In Congress. In the senate Satmday twonty-tliieo pen sion bills vetoed bj tlio piesident were ie- committed to tlio committee , on pensions for icconsideiation. Mi. Hoar's tosolutlon call ing for information In logard to the detention of Amciicaii vessels was adopted. The river and harhoi bill was taken up and the Henne- pln canal clause punokcd n long discussion. AlossiH. .Miller , I'eller. 1'almer and Cliaec stipDotted tlieamendmiMU , and Mossis. 1'latt nnd Ingalls opposed it. The lattet's lengthy lemaiks gave olfeiisi- Mr. l.ogan , who ie- piled with consldeiablo heat. No vote was icached on tlie amendment. In the house Mr. Moiiisoniepoile < l advoiselv the liandall tniill bill , wldchwas nMeiied to the committee of tlm whole. The geneial delielencj anpiopilation bill was passed utter stiiklng out Hie elatisngtantlng extia p.iv to hoiisi ) and .senate emnlo > es. .Mr , Mori [ son Intiodiiced a lesolidlon , vvldcli was adopted , setting apirt the tth : ! of JuU fin the consid eration ol such business as may lie presented bj the committee on ways and means , not to Include any bill that may allect lovcnue , hut it iinv bill shall be undei consideration nnd not disposed of when tlio house ailjimin * on said da > tlie consideiation of said hill shall be continued tiom day to day until dis posed of. v General Croolc t llnpld City. Kaiil ] City Journal , July 8 ( le-noral Crook was a juest of Hapid City on Monday , and attended the celebration of the advent of the lirst passenger train. The general had not visited the Hills since tlio olosu ot his Yellowstone cum- Ditijfii in the early winter of 1HTO. ' 'or- tainly no man who attended the celebra tion at this place on Monday was more caalilo | ) of iimlt'iittamllng or uppreoiat- injjj the eluin e wliicli has been wrought in tliis country in ton > i > rs. When General Crook reached the Hills with his troops in a Imlf-starved condition in 187(1 ( lie found here anil there a village composed of log buildings , the people branded as outlaws , havinir no rights in this country acknowledged uy the government , harrasscd by Indians ami not daring to move out' and settle tlie country , to propuet for mines or to culti vate the soil. On his recent visit ho founil on tlie site of one ot the villages" a line little city largely built of brick and stone. He found tlie country .settled , and pros perous farmera on every hand , the. danger from Indians over , and the resident of the Hills entitled to as much prqtoetion from the government as the resident of a city on the Atlantic. There lias been a great change , and Uenerol Croolc must have felt it sensibly as ho .sat uiioii the platform on Monday and giixcd upon the thousands of people as sembled to welcome the lirst passenger train and aHho same tlie honor the birth of the Ameiican eagle. If wo trust in I'rovidence. nnd keep St. Jacob's Oil , all will bo well with us. Tlio Kiul of HiK Nose. . San Francisco I'ost : " You know Manse ? Mau.se (5 mist , yon know. Manse is n great chavvii'or , but 1 got a joke on him the other day , " sum a young Anglo- maniac who divides his time between the Baldwin and tlie corner of Slitter and Kearny. "Manse was always chawllin j me , and the other day I dropped into Ins shop ami 1 says : 'Mauso , deah boy , I want .some tobacco to chow , don't cher know. I iiato these little bits ot pings. 'Ave you any long tobacco ? I want a piece about as long sis my cane , yor know. YVhat'll you charge , MauaoV " 'About u dollar , " says Mauso. "Yeh know Manse is an awful fellow to chawn"one. . 1 says : "Mauso , what ' 11 yon charge , deah boy , for u piece of to bacco as long as Innu one end of me nose to the other. " Me nose is a bit of a snub , don't cher know , ami Miinse he looks at it and says : " 'Oh , 10 wilts for a bit like that. ' "There I 'ad him , don't elier know ; ami , deah boy , ho nearly fainted when I says : 'Manse , 'ere's yor dime ; give mo twelve bundled miles of tobacco I One end of me nose is eie and the otlicr WHS bitten oil' by a Kanaka in Honolulu lawst trip. don't rhor know. Kgnd , there was a yell of lawflor , don't chor know , that made tlie cable ears run away. " I * 11133 ! A sure euro for Blind , Blooding , Itchin nndUlceratedl'ilos has boon discovered by Dr. Williams , ( an Indian remedy ) , called Ir Williams' Indian 1'ilo Ointment. A single box has cured the woist chionlu cases ot i or ! Xcats ) standing. No ono need suffer live minutes alter applying this wonderful sooth ing medicine. Lotions and instruments do more barm than good. Williams' Indian 1'ile Ointment absorbs the tumors , allays thu Intense Itching , ( particularly nt night after petting warm In bed ) , acts as a poultice , gives instant lellof , and is prepared only for Piles , Itching of private parts , nnd for nothing else. SKIN DISUA.H1CS CUUKI ) . Dr. Frnzlei'.s Magic Ointment cures as by made , I'lmnlos , Black Heads or ( liubs , Blotches anil Kruptlons on the face , leaving thobiiln clear nnd beautiful. Also cmiHltch. Salt Khuiini , Here Nipples , Sere Li | , and Old Obstinate Ulcers. Sold by druggists , or mailed on receipt of DO cents. Itetalledby Kulm A Co. , and Scbrootor & Coniad. At wholesale by C. F. liooduuu. The dog question in hotels will bo on hotter than over this year. A great many pugs nnd poodles will accompany the families to summer resorts. A ca.so at a leading hotel has just occurred , where a lady paid full faro for her pug rather than allow him to associate with ordinary dogs and eat "scrap. " Keep Ouiotl Ami take Chamberlain's Colie , Cholera ami Diarrhum Remedy. It cures pain in the stomach almost instantly. Get a " 5 cent bottle , take nothing else. You will need nothing else to cure the worst case of Dhirrum , Cholera Mprbns or bowel complaint , This medicine is made for bowel complaint only ami has been In constant use in thu west for nearly lif years , Its success ha ? boon u n bouiulou nnd ils uu.iw > hold woiil in thousands otuoWt-s. lry i Ono night three years ago Samuel Smith , of T'ruitport , Mich. , dreamed that he saw a train of cars pass his house , The dream vvus so vivid that Mr. Smith arose and called his wlfo untl children , nil of whom saw the nhantom train. The dream of vision was forgotten until last week , when railroad meu began staking exactly on tlin line whore Mr. Smith nnd his family baw the ghostly train three years ago , _ Red Star Cough Cure si Ic , pleasant euro , No opiates. No narcotics. No poisons. FORECASTING THE BIG FIRST , The Political Situation as Seen Before the Opening of the Campaign. THE CONVENTION ON THURSDAY. A Knitl on the Governor's Contingent I'utid In Tax or of Private Secre tary HotTmnti AVIiore the Money Goes. IraoM THE HER' * t.ts-rot.v The call for the meeting of the ropbli- can congressional committee in tliis city on Thursday , the loth , is the signal for the opening of the campaign in the big lirst congressional district of Nebraska. This district , through the suflranco of n pool in the days of apportionment , was made to represent three fifths of the wealth in tlin state , tlirco-lifths of the congressional work in tlte stnto.and nine- tenths of the politicians. Therefore , the "big" first is rightly named , and , great as it is in statesmen , it gives promise of a gt eat campaign the present year , both on the part of republicans and democrats. The latter look for a right merry war and a winning war , providing the repub licans follow in the not of weak nomina tions and a wholesale disregard of the rights of tne people in comparison witli the siill'erings of the dear corporations that have been a mark of so much solici tude on tlie pait of Nebraska representa tives to the lower house of congress tin ougli past ages. Hresidents of outlying congresblnaal districts , wliun tlioyramblu into this political hub , have meagre news concerning the plans and projects in their districts. A third district man will , in nine cn os out of ten , remark that "we shall send George Dorsoy back again from our district , " and it is evident that Hop- resentative Dorsoy can read his title clear to a reiiominatioii. In the second dis- tiict the Laird and anti-Laird sentiment is on u tight tension , but tlio machine , the railroad stiikers and the colony on tins Stinking Water , all work the jcar round , and while tlio people wish a change the political chains ot the present ring are forged and welded. However , a return to the big lirst shows an open liold and n fair light in promise a Donnybrook fair , as it were , in vvhich many political heads will rise and disai- pear again The piuvnilimr opinion at present seems to bu that it will be a three- cornered light Church Howe is in the Held and Church is a slaver. Heprcsen- tatho Weaver has sent word home to his lieutenants in Hichnrdsou county that he again is a candidate. Since the meeting ol the Republican state committee in Omaha the ; monumental relic of tlie last legislatme , Allen Field , of this city , has Jiadstich an intolerant biu/.mg and ring ing in the political corner of his cnput tliat it is becoming fairly known that ho will struggle to carry Lancaster county on his back into the congressional convention for cither a personal endorsement of his political power or a Mantling advertisement - ment to tutuio conventions , in a sort ot "Barkis is vyillin' " style , that they can find ollicial timber in him on short no tice. Utit in tlio light of events as con ducted by Field last fall , and tha substan tial defeat ho led in county politics , it is a doiibUul question whether or no the political hosts will bo willing to .stand up and bo delivered over for MTField's ad vancement the present year. Then the siistaineis of the Cobb projectile , that is conlidei.tly expected to reach the summit of senatorial honors tlie coming winter , will not themselves look with fervid favor on tlio fact of Lancaster county having a congressional candidate at all. These political forecasts in tlie first dis- tiictaro premised on tlio fact that but three pronounced candidates are in tlie field. When the time comes for groom ing dark horses , a revolution may bo inaugurated , lint in the meantime it is well to remember that the "granger" candidate from Nomaha is extending his pasture fence so that now lie has unclosed two or three ail joining counties , if tlie word of a politician counts in making up a summary. 'illi : GOVKHNOU AND HIS COXTINGKNT rr.vi ) . At the hist session of tlio legislature an appropriation ol j 1,000 was made for a contingent fiimt for the governor's ollico , on top of the regular and liberal appro priations for salaries , postage , furniture , books and blanks , stationery , telephone and telegraph , and incidentals. Tins now created liuid was not made for a single of hoi stale ollieo , great or small , except the olllce of governor , and it was made lor that on the plea ot the governor and his friends that a contingent fund was a necessity. The fact was cited , to prove the necessity of a contingent fund , that at the time of the troubles at Camp Dump , Omaha , the governor had no means to pav the veterans , and that in case of a cattle plague , etc. , there would bo no available means at hand with which to stamp it out. It is unnecessary to add , in the lace of a recollection of the last legislature , tliat these arguments prevailed nnd the 1,000 extra was al lowed to the governor's ollieo , although it was freely m-omised at tlio time tliat unless on account of some great emergency the fund would bo converted back to tlio treasury vaults in toto. Up to the first of last January this contingent fund remained practically undisturbed. There was no battle of Oamn Dump , no contagious disease excuse cuso , and how to got hold of this fund be came a question. This is tlie way it was worked : A now office was created in the executive chamber , a sort ot private secretary - rotary to the private i secretary , and every month since- the lirnt of the year a war rant has been drawn against tliis fund in favor of Kdwin N. Mocket , the vouchers upon which the warrants wore- drawn reciting that they are for clerical services in the governor's oilico. The private secretary will have much more time now to attend to his libel suit against thu Ida ; , seeing that lie has waxed so mightily in ollieo as to be able to command a private secretary of his own As tliis contingent fund was created to meet unexpected o.x- ponsa , in cases of emergency , a presump tion and conclusion at tills point presents itself lor consideration. It is needless to add that the intent of tno legislature in granting this 1,000 contingent fund was not to use it in hiring extra clerks. Appropriations were made tor every clerk needed in tlie state house , and the working olliccs- , not the governor's , would be the ones needing a contingent fund for extra clerk hire if any obtained it. As it is , n fl.OOO emergency tuml is being rallied to pay clerical help that was not asked of the legislature , or if asked , was not granted because not needed , If the appropriation holds out , a state bootblack might bo employed for tha private recre- tary witli equal good reason , and it would come as closely to the intent of the up. promotion as noes tlio present custom. cm UKIIF.S : , The Iiro ilopaijinolif iTusvyorcd the lirst jtro alarm Saturday fhSt has ooeTj sjimutod in live weeks , the alarm calling tlioin 15 u hardware store on Klovonth street , whore the flumes wore extinguished before - fore their arrival ; returning to the engine house the boys were surprised to find that on tire , but fortunately not far enough along to have caused soriona damage. The tire originated in a closet on the main floor adjoining the entrance , where the weights pass dpwu as the doers ojion. One of the weights fctritck miitchlis m a coat against the Wall from whonpo came ttio names- . Had lie | boys boon lighting flames chew-here , the chances would Iravo been against the cng'ino fiou e. It is stated thht John Cadmnn is a senatorial candidate from tins county and tliat'hc will bu the county senatorial candidate. Mr. ( "flilnian is nn old time legislator and politician , nnd some of the boys state that he is oonductlnga whisper ing canvass. Tliis statement is evidently based on the old story that Cndman atone ono time in tlio past led n man outside tlie limits of the city to ask him in a whiper "what was the news. " It is understood that thjs candidacy is not looked upon with especial favor frotu the fact that the relationship between the candidate and the governor's piivatc secretary , it Is thought , would not maico him more a Cobb than a Davvos assistant. The police authorities have received a letter from Mrs James , in Omaha , asking the names and places of residence ol Lincoln parties vvlieio Agent Jlmo bom ded while nt the state capital This has the appearance of an investigation ; on the part of the lady in question , re- guiding the alleged acts of James at Lincoln. Only one lone , lonesome and helpless inebriate found lodging in the jail Sun day , and the day was as peaceful and quiet at omul headquarters as tlio front pews in a church. To those who sotvo a sentence in the city jail theic are no terrors greater that a return to those quarters in this heated weather , The managers ot the newly organised base ball association at this place am already in communication with noted plajcrs with a x lew to strengthening the nine. Ono of the policies that will be in augurated under the new organization will be a doing away of .Sunday games when the nine plaj on the homo grounds. The Knights of I'ithias and their friends have departed on their Toronto excursion in numbers up above 100 , the Uniform Hank and friends going in ex cursion cars over the Northwestern. Lincoln division is a well drilled bodv of mm , who ought to prove , pri/.o winners on Canadian ground 1 A disreputable re ort on North Tenth street cieated considerable excitement a night ago , some of the inmates being on a hilarious drunk.during which time they smashed furniture , and with then noise and racket drew a largo audience on tlie street. Olllcers were called to utiiot them , but no tmesis wore made. The latest number of arre.sus under warrants issued by the Law and Order league wore in county court Saturday in answer to the charges preferred against them. A number passed the examina tion before the magistrate and wore bound over to the coming term of the dis trict court. General Baggage Agent Marsland , of the 15. iV M. , together with his family and Mr. Randall and family , of the H. & M. headquarters , Omaha , start for the moun tains this week , where they will go in camp for a summer vacation of lifteen or twenty days. The grading camps of Iho Chicago & Noi th western are pitched over against the state lair grounds , and work on the grade is being prosecuted with vigor. The Northwestern , at piu&ont rate of work , will not bo far in the rear of the Missouri 1'acilic in reaching the capital city , and tlio roads cannot reach hero any too speedily to plmse Lincoln people. Two boys by tlw ntmio of Harris , had boys of the town , , who at the tender ages ot eight and ten years have proved ter rors to tlie neighborhood , wore up before Judge I'urKcr with a Voqucst from their father thai they be setit to the state re form school. The tathor relented ot his steps , however , and will make the at tempt again to gqveru them at home and become one of the few men who , in rul ing their own household , become greater than those who eaptuio a city. Inspector McFarland , of the B. & M. , vyhoso duties lead him to tlie trout on new lines inspecting trael , was Jin Lincoln over Sunday. Captain Test of tliVpolico force is con tinuing the good work of prosecuting of- tenders against the health ordinances of tlio city. Ho shows n eommendabln in dependence in calling up ncli and poor , high and low , without distinction , to an swer for their neglect. Two such cases were disposed of yesterday. It will bu cold weather after to-day for canines running at large in the city with out being properly mii//.lod. The pro- tessional dog killers , who came to this city last week from a like work at Kansas City , have been hired by the city to sup press the dog nuisance , and they will go into the work with a vim that will make sorry times for tlio brutes. The first case of violation in regard to tlie building ordinance within the city limits was called up the oilier day , but on a hearing in court the party was dis charged. Three inmates in the state penitentiary have had their term of .service shortened by the governor thu usual amount for good behavior and huvo been released iroin custody. An unfortunate young man from this county was examined Saturday by thoiii- sane commission and lias been sent out to King Matliowson's castle , where lie will be accorded treatment , medicinal or otherwise , witli tlio chances in layer ot otherwise. 1) . M. Tomblin , formerly of Arapahoo. this state , now located at Akron , was at the canital over Sunday. Judge F. G. Hauler , of Kearney , was a Sunday guest in Lincoln " " "James G. Smith , of Fremont , one of that city's well known clti.ens , is in Lin coln. J. S. Miller , . S. Farmelo and W. V. Gardiner were Omaha parties at Lincoln yesterday. Dr. J. Gcrth. Lincoln ; V. K. Moorman , Hastings ; S. Hallswoith , Grand Inland , ; U. S. Smith , Barnoston , James West ; Flat t.sinon tli , J. H. liiinan , Broken Bow- anil A. O. Ivartinan , Hastings , are Nebraskans braskans registered at Lincoln hotels. Real ntilata Transfers , The following transfers were filed July 0 , witli the county clerk , and reported for the Bun by Ames' Heal Kstato Agency : Algernons I'atilck , single , to Aloir/.o 1) ) Hunt , It ft , blk , A S 1'atiiek's add. Omaha , w d-ssoi ) . AluuinnnS Patrick. f lm'lo , to Alonzo U Hunt , It 7. blk S , A S ' j'ati.ek's ' add , Omaha , Alu'crnonS ratilck , simrlo to Alon/o I ) Hunt , It 7 , blk a , A h 1'ntiick's add , Omaha , w d SbOO , AlceinonS I'atilck , Minjle. to Alon/o H Hunt , It 0 , blk S , AH IMUick's add , Omaha , wd-SbOO. . Fred W Stover , sinnle , to Wllllnm A San- fosd , It 11. blk 1 , AnitstrbliB's Fhist udU.Oma- ha. w d-.V-00. i Kdward Hit-Ian , single , to W J Wagoner , liu t ot see iMl.UWou.tji.is county , w d t- too , Lannon 1 1'riiyn and wife to Willeinlim Ioen es , It 2 , blk 5j Ambler 1'lacu , Douglas comity , vvd Sl.fiCO.i James \V Kaiel and wlfo to Sarah JJinns n'tfotltlO , blk 10. koujiUo A : Ituth's add' Omaha , w d S'J.OO ' u , l ' Funds Joseph .Schoib and wife to Alfred Formal ) , pait ot soJ ot uejf see M&-iiUutig- : las county , vv d $1,000. jeo W Ames and wife to Mau'Rlo L Hunter - ter , IMO , blkI , Newpoit , Douglas county , w ( ieo YV Ames and wlfo to Mu glo L Hun- te , It U , blk S , Newport , Uouglas county , w d Chailes Llchten anil wife to Cathailno F I'pvvel. n > f of 110)4' ) sec SJ-W-K , Doujjlua conn- jtSas ; ! Zetter and vvifu to John 1) . Ilobln- son , ItsTandVhlk 1 , ? .eucr'n iidii , OliiallS , w d S.'ttO. ( icoigo L Miller and wlfo toObcilIn N Kaiiisev , It 11 , blk V , West Knd add , Oinalia , Ktta t > Orotlm nnd husband to Louis To lllanclmid , It n , blk a , Credit Fonclcr add , Omaha , w d S'J,700. Mai la MynMer and others to Dexter L 'I hoiiLu , It 7 , blk 23 , and It s , blk 8-3 , town of Horcnce , Douglas county. 11 c 50. AiiRustiw S " WrUht and -rtilo to John O'Donohoo , s" ; of It 1. blk-37 , Omaha , vv d- SEVENTY MILES BY RITE , A West Virginian's Astonishing Flight Above the Clouds , AmosUvcrs Tools Wltli n Giant Toy nntl IsAVItlskctl Sky-HlKli Aoresq Seven It Ivors nnd Tuo Hanges oT the A ] ieelal dispatch from Alpcnn , West Virginia , July 2 ; says. Amos levers of this village returned home yesterday after one of Iho most exciting adventures that have befallen to any man in the United Stale * , if not in the world. Tor the last half a do7on year * it has been the custom in the summer months for the boys and men in this vncinity to amn o themselves by making huge kilos of stout oiled paper and Hying them with thick cord. A vvoithle s cur or cat or two was usall.y attached to the tail or "bobs , " nnd great was thedellghlof the inhabitants when the frightened animal kicked and squirmed as the Into mounted Into the clonus. it was decided this year Unit all previ ous olt'orts in kite-making should be oiit- donu , ana three weeks ago work was bo- jr.m on a monster allair. The dimensions will give an ideaKxttemo height , ! > feet I inches ; width across the top , 1 tiet ! ) inches ; width across the bottom , 'J feet ; extreme width across the middle , live feet six niches. The framework was built of tough liickoi.v shaved thin and staid with one-eightli-iiich copper wire. A double thickness of heavy nuislin was .stretched on each side of the frame , ana the place for fastening tlie living cord was doubly braced with yellow iilno scantling a ipiaiter inch thick. Into this was screwed a ring-bolt , whiclr was clamped on the oilier side with an iron pin. The ring itself was live inches in diameter and callable ol bearing four or live hundred weight. The kite complete weighed ninety-six pounds. The tail was make ot a sixtecii-loot rope weighted with lead. Instead of the usual Hying cord 200 yards of clo ely-wonnd mnnila rope , very light , but as strong as a doublelinkchain , were procured , and Thursday afternoon of last week the kilo was pronounced complete and icady tor a voyage in the air. Sam \ \ eatlierbec was the man who originated the idea , and when everything was finished S.im called up the crowd to liquor at Hrngg'a bar. The patty con sisted of Weathetbee , Amos Kvcrs , Hill Oaks , or blind Hill Oaks , as he is belter known , IM Walton , and Spence Jlny- intrd They drunk pretty freely for more than tin hour , and it was then proposed that a trial should be made of tlm kite , to test its powers before the great lly came oil'tho next moining. 'Ihe wind was blowing pretty fresh from Smith's gorge , and , alter one or two unsuccess- lul ellbits , the lingo frame caught the wind as three men ran with a lope down a stoop incline Urn aril Laurel fork. One of them carried the coil of rope over his shoulder , while the other two paid out the lino. Ah the huge kite rose in the air it required tlio utmo.st strength ol all tluee to hold it , and , finding this a dilli- cnlt task , they took a halt-turn around a tree stump , and in that way gradually gave the kite moio rope , until it was seventy-live yaids in the air. Just then livers came out of Hragg's bar-loom. Ho was very drunk , but walked a fairly straight lino. "Thero's a drink waitin' fur * \onso fellers , " said IIP , with a hiccough. Hotter git in thar and git it , an' . " Thun , suddenly es pying the kite and the cord wrapped around the slump "Why , you've ' got her up , haint yor" Jos' give mo the end o'that iqiie. I'll hold her while you licker. " Nothing loth , the three men assented , and , alter giving the rope an other turn , gave up the slack end to Kvers and won' ' in to the bar. No sooner had they gone than Kvcr.s took ono turn oft" the stump , and tins rope began to run through and burn his hands. Ho braced himself against a big stone and managed to get a loop over the stump again in such a manner as to form what sailors would call a couple ot half hitches. This stopped any more lope liom running out. But Kvcr.s believed ho could do better than , that. Takinir up tlm slack , ho wrapped it around and around Ids body under the armpits , and made it fast in fiont of his ehe.sl in tlneo or four tight Hat knots. "Kem out yore , Sam , " ho cried. "Kern out yore , till I larn ye how to lly a kilo. ' This is what the party heaid in the bar room , and they lounged toward the door with a laugh. As they readied tlm tinesliold the laugh turned to a cry of nmn/cmonl and horror They saw Amos Kvers sloop and push the rope oil' tlm slump altogether. In another instant they * > aw him whisked up into the air as though ho had been a feather , instead of a man weighing 110 pounds. He was just nitont heavy enough to make the kite maintain its cquhbrimn. As ho was jerked upward he gave vent to an un earthly yell. Then Inn companions faintly heard him cry , "Help1 Help ! For thu Lord's sakeboys ' 'but they heard him no more , for&thc unfortunate man was nearly n thousand feet above their heads , 'limy say him kick and struggle and grasp tlm rope in lioiit of him. Higher and higher ho was borne , and fainter and fainter became his shrinks. In less than live minutes ho was a mere struggling speck outlined against tlm blue sky. The kite was till visible and was rising stead ily. It must baye been goin r at it ter- riliu rate of speed , for poor Kvans was stringing out behind like a pennant from a ship's mast. In a few minutes more tlm outlines of his form nould no longer be seen , and at the expiration of fifteen minutes from the time the kite WIIH lot looio ho had passed out of sight , going in an easterly direction toward Heil Mount ain , a spur of the Alicghunios. On tlm following morning a party started out in tlm direction the kilo hail taken. They returned at nightfall with out any tidings of the man who had been so strangely .snatched away. Two dnjh passed and nolhing wa neard ot Kvers. Three days , four , live , six dn n.n week , and still nothing , ll was then generally conceded th.it tlm man had been lost and consolation WHS oll'ercd to tlm widow Jn the shape of a hinall keg of whisky , a now "sled wagon , " and a mulo. Hut yesterday morning Amo Kver turned up as large as life. Two gentle men accompanied him into the place He sat down on n cracker ban el in the grocery , and told his story in n few words , and without anyellbit ut self- glorification ' After I got jerked olT my feet , " ho said , "I iiidn'L know where I was for a ininnit , but when that rope began to tighten it knocked all the nun out o' my head. 1 guess I hollered some. Scorns to mo I was a mile high Oeforn I tried to do anything. Hut I thought I'd cut the rope , but finding 1 was liable to drop too fur J concluded to hang on to see if I couldn't catch u tree loir , but I wun heap too high fur that After a while I begun to lose my breath like , an' then I concluded somothin' hail to be done , so I bi'irin climbin' that rope with tlm idee of bustin' a hole in the kite. .Must n taken mo live or six hours to olhnb twenty yards 'cos it pitch , was ' " . . . . . . ' v" * ' - ' * - 1.1.1. nartf , as ufrnidtogo drop too sin way , and then' she got stidy agin Mindly I says to myself , 'Hotter die quick and be done with H'and I stalls to climb agin The old kite wabbled te.irfiil I felt that I was goin' down anm/uf fast , I felt myself awiah through a big button wood , but I couldn't git no handhold , so 1 kop'on climbin' The ncarerI.got to ( the kilo the more. sUe wnbblod , and the Inore she wabbled the further dow n .ho come. After aw Idle shn lurn ker Hum mix , nnd I lands all in a heap alongside of a run , In a place vvhar I'd never boon before 1 vvwr kind o' foolish , t gucs. fur 1 didn't wake up till daylight , ami didn't know what wtiz wrong 1 moots a lot of people , and these two gentlemen take mo up to their house and keep mo for throe or four days till 1 get right again , and , after 1 gits on my feet , 1 have to otay a couple of days more with some oilier gentlemen. Give us some lickor' ' " Tlio place where hvors landed after his vvoiideiful llight thiongh the air was Mill Brook , Hampshire county , about seventy miles as the crow llios from Alnona The gentlemen who llr t discov oreii him wore Homy ( .5. Beeson and ( Seorge Hnckett , both of whom attest the timling of livers in an insensible condition l.v ing lie-ide tlio huge kite lie was badl. > bruised and could not sprak for several hours after being restored to consciousness. They nursed him ami then agreed to accom pany him to his home , which the > did. livers in lils terrible , journey crossed seven rivers and two ranges of the Alle- ghany mountains. Ho was suspended in tlio air at least seven hours. FORTUNES "iN A DAY 31en Who Made ( ireitt Winning * In KiH'eiitVliciit SpcuulntlniiM , Special Chicago dispatch to ( tiobo- Democrat , .Inly 7 The straight away advance of wheat the last week- nearly ton cents a bushel has made fortunes for some men. The advance , however , has been peculiar. It has been almost each day an advance over night , the opening one being at an advance over the close. This has lessened greatly tlie profits ot that class of speculators who oven tip at the end of the tiny. John B Lyon is supposed to lie the largest speculative. holder of wheat. A week ago ho was de scribed as "poisoned with wheat " That was when the market was aga'nsl him To a plunger like hi > n , witli the market in his favor , a load of JI.OOO.OO ! ) bushels , and perhaps r > ,0it)0 ( ) ) ) ( > , would not seem. too largo. Some ot his holdings are nt high prices , so that lie may not be much ahead yet. This week , however , has probably put him 00,00'J better oil than tlie week before. 15ill Young is another trader to whom this last week has been worth probably at the rate of sf''O.OOO per dav , perhtips four times that. And everybody feeh happy , tor Young is ponular , and has , as everybody knows , been staggering under a load of wheat since it souluttft. Ho has had the backing of Alexander Mitcli- elj , however , and has thus been abut to stick to liis wheat oven after mills like Armour and Pillsbur.y and Cmlady and I'eam and dunes had gotten disgusted and thrown it. Kvory cent advance is presumed to bo worth ? 2.5,00ll , to the Youngs , for their holding is about 2.Vt)00 ) ( ) ) bushels. The old bulls , the "dead horses , " as they have been contemptuously styled , who have been unfortunate holders for three years , are all great winners. Lind- blom , Driver , Mair.Baker , Boeho , Murry , Nelson and others of that ola s have all stuck to more or less wheat. o that when tlio advance for which they had been praying did come , they should not be caught without any of it on hand. 1) ) . I1 , llutchinson is also said to be long a great line ot wheat , several million bushels. And lie is a so-called tumblebug - bug , and throws hi stun" without waiting long. Tliis tact that he lias so much grain , which he is likely to thiow over any minute , is not regarded with much pleasure. John Cud ahy is supposed to he one of the big individual winner.- , . After his disastrous attempt with Itenm and Jones to bull wheat in May , ho alone , it is said , kept long. The others unloaded. Little Charley Wright , of the provision crowd , is another big winner , having , probably , from $25,000 It ) $50,000 in sight , if ho reali/.ud to-day. Ueain and Jones both caught on lute , and have made only moderately. The Minneapolis crowd , made it ) ) of the members ol the old clique which lost so heavily on the bull side , are coi tainly short wheat hero now. It is believed , however that they are simply "short" against the wheat they have bought , H > that they really are not losers tj.xc.upt on paper. They have , however , failed to participate in the profits of tlie advance. Ira Holmes is also said to be ono of the big winners on this advance , being long 1,000,000 bushels. Tlicro have been very few gi eat movements in prices herein which ho has not , either at the start or at the winding , been largely ahead. Holmes has tlio reputation ot being tlie biggest trader on smallest margins in the west. " 1 have often had 2,000 snares of stock for Ira , " said a broker , "with only $1,000 margins , and always came out right. " Holmes is the man who nmdo $250,000 oil ! ? 25p in ninety days. As that is about as rapid an aggregation as is ever hoard of , liis method ought to bo made public It was llandy's wheat deal , when Ira was broke. Ho took a $2 < " > U chock to John T Luster and bought 25,000 bushels ot wheat. Lester would not have bought 25,000 bushels of wheat with only a cent margin tor anybody , but it was part of the courtesy of life that a great trader who pays in thousands in commissions when in hard luck is entitled to attention on the thinnest possible margins. Just us soon as the price of wheat had ad vanced half iv cent a bushel Holmes look down his original margin , gave Le.ster a stop order at half a cunt from I he market. took the chock to another house and bought 25,000 bushels more wheat. That $250 chock , it is bttiil , went tlnoiigh twenty dill'cronl houses , tlio sumo pro cedure being followed in every case. Wheat k3t | ) on advancing ; tliat was where Homes was lucky. There were no halts and no breaks. At each half cent advance ho had 25,000 nioro wheat bought. There were perhaps some onsen where ho was fro/on out. That was to bo expected. After the price got up live cents be had credit enough to double up , That is the way Ira Holmes made WiO.OOO out of a i-i'250 check. It would have made him lamous had he not benn famous before. . Half the plungcrn in wheat trade thai way now. Mose Fra- ley , especially , has the reputation of never leaving any prolit up with his brokers. ' 1 o the commission \iian , this deyico has been n iiiino of gold. There are probably a do/am commissfon ( inns widish have traded every day for a week not loss than 2,000,000 bnslirils of wheat. There may be a half do/on whoso trades have airj.'rogntod 4,01X1,000 bushels. Com missions on business like this make for tunes bigger than are made by the cus tomers. Why fiid'cr'tho tortures of when Hood's Sarsapiiiillu will give jou iclief Sold by all druggists. 100 doses Ono Dollar. The bad Jittlle boy of Homo , N. V. , 1ms invented a machine for seining timid persons that hueuvs "knocks tlm window tick tack silly. " Whim night has come and everything is shrouded in gloom , Jiu quietly Inserts Dm hook of a common shoo'bultoncr uiiuer the clapboard of a neighbor's house , ties a. strong cord to the handle of the buttonur , and then , drawing the stiing tight , rubs it with a piece of rosin. Thu horrible rumbling and shaking and groaning that follow scare life inmates of thu house mid Ju- light the bad boy. vrhcu r.tlj vu nick , w garhcrCitte:1c , Wiea § be nnj a Clilltl , ulie cncxl foi Ciuloria , When the Ixirainn Ml , elie clang to Ciuloria , Wbta tlie bed Children , obo re them Uaitorut Henton'sllnlr ( Jrimor All who are ll M.I ) , all who aro. becoiultm MALI ) , all who do not want to lin tuld , nil who are troubled with UAN'DUrnor 1 1C III NK of the sculp ; should use llonton's Halt ( trowcr. Hioim I'KII t'rsT of those usliic it have crown hair , ttnevet falls to ston the hair from tailing. Through sickness and fevers the hair sometimes tans oir Inn short 1 1 mo , and althoiieh the pcisnu umv have leinalned bald foi je.irs. If VMMHO lien- ton's Itnli ( Irowor according to dliei-tlons j on are sure of a itnvvth ; of har ! Inhun- dicds of cases wu have piodurod a peed Kio\vth of Hull on those who have been bald and c1.i7ed for > ears we have fnlv ! substan tiated the follow 1m ; fuels : \Voprow Halt in 80 oases out of loo. no uiattet how lou < ; baid. Unlike other picpiijitinn * , It contains mi Mieai ot lead , 01 vegetable or mineral poisons. Iflsaspoellie for falllnt ; hair , dandiuit , and itehinc of the scalp. Tlio ll.tli diovvei Is a hair food , anil Its omposltlon Is almost oxactlv like the oil , vvldcli supplies the hair with Its vitality. Dol'lll.i : ANU TKll'Ll : Sl'UKNUTH. When the skin iseiy touch and Hard , and thefollleo Is apparontlv ctlcetuallv closed , the single strength will sometime * fall to icach ttio papilla : In such cases the double or tilple stiength should be used in connection \\lih the single , tisini ; them alternately , I'tlce , slinile sticiiRth , SI 00 : double strength. S'iW ; triple stiencth , SW ) . If join druggists have not K'it It wo will send It picpaiedon lecolpt of prlco HKXTOX HAIK ( WOWKUCU , Cleveland , O. Sold by C. K ( loodnian and Kulnt A ; l'i > . IMli mul UmmliK. 13th unit John H. Smith , of Now Hntnin , Conn , had more apples than no knew what to do with last tall , so ho stored 100 barrels in n neighbor's largo ice house In the winter the house was tilled with ice , all mound tlio apples , which were solidly fro/.on. To Mr. Smith's great surprise the fruit a few days ago vvns found to bo in perfect condition. He shipped soventy- live bairels to Xevv York and thoi sold readily at ! fl ! a barrel. Moro wore called for , and now the whole 10' ' ) barrels of hard , fresh sound Baldwins have been sold at that price , right in the middle of June. _ CJerman newspapers state that startling experiments have been made at Horlih with a new description ot a shell , charged witli tolls of gnu cotton , which pioduces extraordinary losults No kind of de fensive works , no matter how solid , It 5s statoil , arc eapabloof lesistmgso destruct- a piojectilc. The ( ierman government , completely satisfied witli the lestilts ob tained at thu trials , has ordered 7C.OOO . of these shells. * Hal ford Sauce. Tiy it on yom beans. PERFECT MADE \\ltli flpocltil rpjtnid to JSo Ammonia. I im ) r Mmn PRICE BAKING POWDl'fi CO. . CHICAGO- 5T MADK 11V MACHC STARCH CIO. I'lIILADKLl'IIIA , 1'A. FINEST and BEST IN TIIK WORLD. NEEDS NO COOKING- Producing a rich , hcnitrii'iil ( JLOSS nnd STIFFNESS. No Strtrcli yet introduced pan bo com pared with ( he .MAOK ! . Ono pnuKa o will do the work of two pounds of ordinary starch. SM | I nn ilcr Kuiiuintrc of Urn umntit.icturcra. HLOAN , JOHNSON & : CO. , Wholesale Agents , Onmliu , sob. NERVOUS PEOPLE Anil otlipra huirnliii ; froii iimnufl ilcliIMly .cj.liaiii.tlii ; : clironlu dueiifac-g. pnniitluit. THlccIlno of Julius or old ute riumlllMly Mln.l liy ' llo - ' - Itnliunn ami hogiH cninimiilc * Kir * Irlc . . - . Itupturis TOO curfil lli'H. > , Hunt Unnipfm jniinphltt. OR. W. J. HoflNE. luvfNTcn. 101 WAGASH Av , . HHirurc. ONGOLN BUSINESS DIRECTORY Ilctcuily liulll. Nuwly KurnbliO'l The Tremont , j. u. ITIY. < ; JKAU : > A. HON , I'lojui Cor. Hli unit I'SU. , Lincoln , Not , . Ilntoi H.6U iH.TdM ) ' . btretH tura trumliuuiu to anr pallor the city , J. H. W. HAKINS , Architect , Olllcrn-OI. ; n unit 4U. HU'liMi.U . Illoch , Null , l.lovntoron lltli btioct. " lri'v ! > iT 01 lriViUir f GAM tm'Ar I'AIII i : . BlIOHll' ! ' . M WOO1XS , Live Stock Auctioneer iiliKlo III lilt iniitH ot the IT H. iltlulr ruU.H. llooin il.hlnlu IlloU ; , Lincoln , Nuli.v Uollunu ) iiuiitiliiirt Horn Inills lor milo. B. II. CiOULDIN , Farm Loans and Insurance , Corrcsiioriclcnco In icirunt lolouus Millcltol. i 4 , Illt'lmrcU Itlouk , liliiL'oln , Noli , Public Sale , I > flivtl4'ol. . , .JlllH ) lOlli , I WHO. 4lllienl ( ol Hhow Slioit Hoins llatus & ( 'illicit Bhmik , S-nur-oliU , wuluhlnir lliVI ; hulls unit liollfiH. Aililrtm I'lnlii and l-'arni , lor unliiloK. uus , Duiivi-r , l > ) l. C. M , Iliiiiibon , Lincoln , Nob. Col. 1' . M. Wood * , jtiicilunuor , . When fu Mncoln htuji ut National Hotel , Aii'l ' br't a uootl illnnui tor * > o , J A n'.IMWAY' Vrvf.1 D QJEIIjmiut - * la a ck & , Dodge 10 lidos one milo nest of 61 o It Vunls. $ J03 liorucio. ] ' 1X1C ii JOIJi ( ; J-t3 , Mock IKI'i , on N'iclioliiH Itreot : u ( food liutinuKh pr | iorty , well improve ] ; ut u L r- raln lorcai > ti. l'i : > 'K i 1)1)1)0U. ) 15 ncios to trnilu for olty property Peck & ' Dodg'e. MENDELSSOHN & FISHER , TECTS > . L. N