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TitntT HTTT t trniMi HMTI t\Tf * fUEY STILL KEIiP SMILING , More News of the Drops Showing Farmers la Jubilant Spirits. SOME SHORT YIELDS REPORTED. A Genornl Keeling of Keller In the Agricultural Districts Vork After Jloro Knllroruls Oilier No- hriihkn Nmvn. Additional Crop Hi-ports. [ S/'crl ' < i/s / to the /Jre.J C-I..VV COfN'IY. Nub. . AiiL'iistii. Tin- recent rains Imvu been nbntulnnt In till * vicinity and will hcnnlit corn , glass and pasture. * nuu. . . , it the wheat crop Is excellent , but the yield Is rnther small , tlw IIVOIIIKU being about ten htislirls to tlie acre. Farmers think that corn will boa fair crop , but will not average mure tlinn twenty-live bushels per aero tlnniiglioiit tlio county. Farmers are feeling considera bly encouraged since the recent rains , as thuy rognrd the situation ns inncli Improved , and H tlie weather continues , favorable corn limy .yield better than they anticipate. IUXON cotr.vrv. PONOA , Neb. , August 0. The fanners are nearly Uiroiipli stncklng anil some are thrush- Ing grain. Tlio wheat cron Is good nml linn ; will yield from twelve to sixteen bushels per ' acre. The oat crop Is also regarded good. i Com looks rumarkbly ! well , notwithstanding tlio drought , whlcb camoto a close hnro on the Hist ult. , a large rain falling ( hull. Farm- era calculate on two-thirds of n corn crop , at i all events , thcru being quite nn Increase In the acreage. The farmers will have abnn- dnnre for homo consumption and some to dis pose of , If a good price. They are encour aged by the recent rains. DOUOI.AS COUNTY. EiiKiionx STATION' , Neb. , August 0. lie- cent rains have Improved lint not mstoicd the crops to their forniur conilitlon. Ityo Is i an average. Wheat and oats are IW or m pur ; cent of nn avenige cion , ba the loss In mian ? tlty Is believed to be made nn in ( ( iiulltv. ' 'Vegetables are very good. Farmers are feelIng - Ing hniy ] ) ] over tlio lniiiovcd | condition of corn , Tney estimate the yield at from 00 to } UO percent. Dt'NDY COUNTY. lr.XKiiM ) : VN , Neb. , August G. The nrob- nblo yield of wheat will bo twelve biishrls per acre. Tliu iiiallty | ol the crop Is good. Copi ous rains recently Insure a very large crop ot corn , probable average forty bushels per acre. I'rc&ent indications iwliit to a very largo crop of corn. Hroom corn never wns better In any country. Farmers mo jubilant over the prospect of line crops. Tliu future I of Dund.vcounty Indeed looks bright. Tlio time will soon como when this , the so-called desert of Nebraska , will rank with the best i Innd'ln thohtato. FlTllXAS COUNTY. CAMintiDniiNub. . . August ( J. Wheat In this section will yield twenty bushels to the acre , and purhnps more tlmn tlmt , and farm ers say that the quality never was better. Thu rain of the past fuw days was a godsend for thu corn ( iron and most of the corn Is In good condition. It will probably average forty bushels to the ncro. Other crops are in excellent condition. The farmers are all wearing broad smiles since tliu latu rains and - * nro feeling jubilant over the present outlook. OA01J COUNTY. liK.VTinci : , Neb. , August 0. The probable yield of wheat will be half a crop. Tlio qual ity is a fair average. The recent rains Move greatly benelittud corn. Tliu ciop will aver age n half ciop. Oats and ( lax are yleldlmr heavily. From present Indications would nay that the corn crop will not average moio than a half crop. Farmers , however , are not feeling excessively bine. ADAMS , Neb. , August 0. Wheat was all harvested buforo the recent rains came , nnd is not an average crop , though of coed qual ity. Thu recent rains have boon of incalcul able worth to tliu corn crop , which will , however - over , not bo more than a two-thirds crop. Oats were line nnd heavy. Farmers are not Inclined to feel bnd nt the outlook. I.niKUTY , Nub. . August 0. Wheat In tills section is considered fair , with an nvoraco yield. The recant rains wero'a big benefit to corn. Corn will bo a two-third yield. Other crops generally are good. Farmers nro feel ing better'than a' week or two ago. , 1IOWAIII ) COUNTY. DANNKTIIIOO , Nob. , August 0. Harvest Is over and the wheat crop will yield about ten bushels to thu acre. Its quality Is about No. 2 , as it is a good deal shrivelled. Tlio corn crop is much Improved by the ruins of the post-two weeks. It will probably make n three-fourths ciop throughout the county. ( Oats will average thirty-live bushels and the quality Is good , The potato crop will bo very light. Hay will average a ton to the acre. Flax is very light Farmers nro feeling pretty well over tlie state of n Hairs. I'lIKI.l'S COUNTY. HOI.DKKOI : , Neb. , August 0. Wheat will averagu twenty bushels per aero and none lower than No. 3. hate rains have saved tbo corn crop. The yield will bo SO per cent short. Potatoes one-balf crop. Broom corn will bo n heavy crop if no eaily frost. The hay crop Is eijual to the average. Fanners are all In good spirits. SIIKllMAN COUNTY. Lour CITY , Nob. . August C. Wheat will yield twenty bushels to the acre , and is the best ever raised. Corn will yield a good fifty bushels to tlio acre. All tlio crops are good except oats. Farmers nro perfectly satisfied. IN WKSTKIIX IOWA. JliNDEN , la. , August il The small grain Is all harvested nnd mostly In stack , The wheat Is thu best both In quality nnd quan tity for woven years past. Tlio average Is about liftcun bushels per ncro. Uarloy nnd oats are good. The potato crop will bo al most a failure. Tlio rains of tlio past ten days liuvu put the corn far ahead of tliu average - ago for the past ton years , and the crop Is es timated at forty-livo bushels per acru , unless Homo nnlookcd for and unusual damngo should happen. Farmers are wearing a broad smile , both on account of tlio bright .prospect anil the present good prices. Dn.NisoN , la. . August 0. Wheat In Craw ford comity will average from twelve to lif- teen bushels per acre , and is of llrst class .quality. Corn promises nn average of about thirty bushels. This estimate Includes poor ns well as good stands. The recent ruins In sure a larger average on uplands , but the ill-ought ; brings Iho general avurneo down to about thirty bushels. Other crons nbovc thu usual average. Farmers nro hard tin but hopeful. Welcoming tlio Editoi-H. SIPNKY , Net ) , , Ainrust 0. [ Special Tele gram to the Uii.l : Tlio Nebraska Press ns- JiDclatloii was heartily welcomed at Sidney -this afternoon. About two hundred and titty citizens nnd ladles of the town were at the station to meet them. Splendid mnslo was discoursed under thu leadership of Prof. Lniimr , ot the Twenty-first infantry band. A grind display of millet , corn , barley , rye twhe.it , oats nnd llnx was exhibited on the first lilaclc Hills coach country , appropri ately Inscribed " 1870-1880 , to the HInck Hills , from tlie Homestead. " Another Inscription wns "Welcome to tbo Nebraska Kdltors. " What caught everybody's eye was , printed in bold letters , "Cheyenne County's Crops. II. 1) ) . lltunsoy No Friend of the Homesteader , bat the Cattleman's Capper.1 The editors anil ladles expressed themselves well pleased with thn rereiitlou , nnd when tlio train pulled out loud nnil lusty .cheers were uiven by the _ jiuiltltudo present. Johnson County Jottings. TKCUMSKII , Neb. , Aiumst 0 , [ Special to the Jli'.u. ] Yesterday tlio Masons laid the cornerstone - ner-stono for their new hnll with Masonlo ceremonies. About two thousand people were In attendance. .Sterling and Kile Creek lodges were well represented. Speeches were made by ( Srand Waster C. J. Commit of Omnhii and II , C. Harrow and 0. A. Holmes of Teutunseh. Dinner was nerved In the couit Itonsu by tlio ladles , to which the musov.s did ample justice. The pnrado ( iroiuul thu square was very nice. I noticed Church Ilowo among thu visitors , mixing politics with pleasmo. Our people uro Interested In the Omaha & Southern rullruiul ami would vote bomb to u ° t direct communication with the metropo lis , It Is only : i ijuwUoii of time when u load will run south trom Omaua , and why not have It in this generation ? Hid ill nt ; FY.r Another Komi. Yonif , Nob. , August 0. ] , Special Telegram ro the BKK.J A mass meeting wns held In the opera huu.se this afternoon to discuss the tiiibjectof extending aid to tlio St. Joe A Grand Island road In case they conclude to extend their line from Davenport to this place. tSenorul Manager McCool , with his s'tuj'uoy , Air. Kosau , of Hastings , were hero and addressed the meeting. Itondi of 850,000 were asked ot the city of York and the fouj townships south of " \ ork In the county. McC'ool said if his road builds to Vork thai the Omaha & Republican Vallv division of the l'n lou I'aclllc will extend Its present line from Stromsbnrg and meet ( hum at this place. Kvcryonn oxcont the II , fe M. men apjicar to wiint the load , and commissioners have been appointed to work up the Interest of the scheme nnd have the proposition sub mitted to the people as soon as possible. KdltorH Kloot Olllccrs. O'N'Eti.i , , Nob. , Anzust 0. [ Special Tele gram to the HUE ] The Northwestern Press association met hero to-day. The following ofllcor.s were elected for tlio coming year : L. O. Hnll , president ; it. li. Clalbourue , vice president ; iJeost ! Maves , fecietaryj James II. Hegijs , trcasuier. They contemplate nn excursion to Dcndwood the coming October. to Tcnchors. AV A tioo , Neb. , August 0. [ Special to the IiK.-S. : ] I' , helium , of Chicago , lectured tea a crowded house last night on the subject of "Factors of Mfe. " Mr. I.uland is n lecturer of recognized ability , and his Icctnto deliv ered last night under the auspices of the teachers' Institute was fully up to the stand ard and was well received. Ho lectured again to-night on "Woildnmklng. " Tried to Make Htm Unncc. lKNicr.MAN ) , Neb. , August 0. [ Special Telegram to the BKK. ] A man by the name ot Field was probably fatally shot by Charles Stevens , a cowboy , at Hamilton , Chase county , last evening. Stevens was drunk and was frying to make Field danee. The shooting was unprovoked. THE GlliVNl ) AltaiY BOYS. St. Tjouls the Next Meet lug 1'lacc I' alrolilld ICIcctcd Coniinnudor. SAN FIIANCISCO , Ausiist f > . At the third day's session of the national oncampmcnt to-day the commltteo on resolutions sub mitted n report denouncing polygamy ; that congress bo asked to po-ss such laws as will eradicate tlio evil from the country. The feature of the afternoon session was n dis cussion over the service pension bills. Thn department of Massachusetts olfered n reso lution favoring the passage by congress ot the Covering bill , which provides a pension of 88 IKT month to every surviving ; soldier and sailor of the war , whether disabled or not. Tlio committee on resolutions , to whom the matter wns referred , reported adversely. Mr. Bennett of Indiana submitted a minority report favoring the measure. A vote was taken on the latter and defeated by 32 ? to M. Several ell'orts were made during the day to bring up the consideration of the next en campment plaw.but without avail. A session will bo held this evening when It is hoped both the selection of the oncampmcnt and the election of olllcers will Uo accom plished. . St. Louis was selected as the plane of the next national encampment by a vote of 2l to 171 for Nashville. The encampment then proceeded to the election of a Commander-in- chief. Tanner , of New York , was proposed by Patch , of Massachusetts , after which Luclen Falrchihl , of Wisconsin , John Burst of Illinois , John P. Itoa of Min nesota. John H. Reynolds of New York , were placed In nomination , with the follow ing vote : Whole number of votes cast , -HI ; necessary to choice , U3-J ; Tanner , 113 ; Fairchild - child , 1M ; Burst , 75 ; Reynolds. ! ! 7 ; Uea. Cc' . Iloynolds withdrew in favor Fairchild , who was Dually elected. ON BUGUS IJUTTEK. \Yhnttlio Now Kill Will Accomplish For Dairymen. WASHINOTON , August 0. Senator Miller says the notion that the oleomargarine bill was inosculated in the senate or materially changed in any way is untrue. While tlio farmers had lixcd upon a 5 per cent tax , and while ho worked to secure It , still the rate of tax was not the Important feature of the bill. The evil sought to bo cured was the practice of putting on tlio market under the gulso of butter a variety""of .fra'iululeiit Imitations. The machinery devised to prevent this , Sen ator Miller says , is retained in all Its vigor in the bill ns it became a law. One incident , but a very important result of the passage ottho act , ho says , will bo the iiht It will furnish to the state authorities to carry out their own laws on the subject. Heretofore , however stringent the state law may have been , it had been extremely dinieult , often impossible , to execute it by reason of the fact that imita tions of butter made in a neighboring state could come , across the border unchallenged. and there was no way except by chemical analysis , both expensive and slow , to detect the traud. Brighton Uoaoli Kucos. BRIGHTON BKACII , August 0. Purse , three- quarters milo : Fawn won , Poverty second , Gilt third. TlniB-l:17K. : Purse , three-quarters mlle : Bill Sterrltt .won. Bay Ucbcl second , Gov. Roberts third. Time 1:17 : . Purse , seven-eighths mlle : Dr. Smootwon , Big Head second , Milton third. Tlmo 1K. : ! Purse , one and one-fourtli miles : Olivette won , Mamiadnko second , Trafalgar third. Time 2llJ.f. : Purse , non-winning allowances , mlle : Harotino won. Inconstant second , Lytton third. Tlmo 1:41 : % One and one-fourth miles : Diamond won , Tipsey second , Peacock third. Time 1:45. : Rnclnc nt Saratoga. SAIIATOOA. N. Y. , August 0. Three-quar ters mile : Climax won , Harry Hussoll sec ond. Lord Lome third. T line 1:10) . Milo and 500 yards : Swift aiulSam Brown ran a dead heat for llrst place , Bess third. Tlmo 1:10. : Tlie slakes were divided. For three-year-olds , milo and seventy yards : lllno Line won , Santa Anita Belle second , Mocoia third. Time 1:40) : ) . For two-year-old lillies , three-quarters mlle : Hesslo Juno won , Nclllo B second , Cora L third , lime 1:17H : > Mile : Isletto won , Hosctt second , Duke of Coiinanght third. Time l:43J : Knclng at Washington Park. CIIICAUO , August 0. At Washington park the weather was cool , the tiack fast , and the attendance largo. Mlle : Lady Loncfellow won , Tlio I ) into second , Manila Hunt third. Time 1:44. : Mntunls paid S O.&O. One and .ono-olglith miles : Dancing Kid won , Warslin tlnishcd second , but as ho swervedmul Interfered with Luna Brown , the judges gave second place to Luna Brown. with Jim Nave third. Time 1:00 : . Mu- tuals paid S7. Competition stake , ono and a half miles : Ll/7.lo Dwyer won , Blnnette second. Time Uw > $ . Only two started. Mutimls paid 88. Threo-fourths mile , heats : First heat Out- Friend won , Hollanthus second , Little Joe third. Time l:15k. Mutual * paid S'JilO. Second ho.it Little Joe won , Our Friend second , Moonlight third. Time l:18 : > tf. Mutiwis paid Held SKUO. Third heat Little tlo Joe won , Our Friend second. Time 1 ; 19 . Mutimls paid S7.JX ) . Mlle : Sir Joseph won , Bob Fisher second TopSitwyor third. Tlmo lU : * < r. Mutimls , pad.8UUa ! _ The Astley Stake. LONDON , August 0. At Lowes summer meeting to-dny the race for the Astloy stake was won by Baron , Cantcibury second , St. Mary third. There wore ton starters. No Hottleineut Houohod. CHICAGO , August ft No compromise re garding the prevailing cut rates was reached to-day ut the meeting ol the Southwestern Paasencer association. It was agreed that the Baltimore & Ohio tickets had reduced through figures from Kansas City to Chicago to 3 ! > , and that all of the business was turned over to the Alton and Wauash roads. The Burlington desired to have authority con- cedidtojlt to meet any cut rate found In the market , which was not assented to. It was Intimated that the Burlington people will take the matter in thnlr own hands , although the commissioner will establish the S'J raw for all lines. The Baltimore & Ohio refused to mo Its tickets out of the market. .Situation lu Holt ant. Dtnrux , August 0-Slr Michael lltcks Beach , chief secretary for Ireland , gave nn audience to-dav to Mayor llarland , of Bel- last , with reference to the enforcement of btrong , repressive measures in ttiat city. It 3 exptvstod that a reclamation will bo Issued lu Bflfabt forthwith. _ _ . A i\n i ii 11 i ii i Irr Hugh Jamison , Leader of Wyoming Horse Thieves , Corralled iu. Omaha , THE MARSHAL ASSAULTED. 11 IK Kallroml Tmirlstn TltR Coining Pali Soi-o nt Heart rttnl l-'oot Jlu Wns Not l > p.idOtlicr Ijoonl. Caught n Cinok. Deputy Sheriff IJarncs , of Fort Uridger , \Vyo. , cllt'ctcd thu capture in this city yesterday evening of Hugh Jamison , onu of the most notorious horse thieves of the territory. Hu is leader of a gang ol thieves who have Infested Wyoming for a number of years nnd committed depre dations in untold numbi'i's. It was tlicir plan to follow Iho trails of all cowboy outlltH ami , watching their opportunity , capture the horses of the party and rush thuin into the mountains where pursuit was out of the question and always at- tundcd by great dangers to the pursuers , About two weeks ago Jamison's gang made n raid on tlio stock ranch of Colonel Morrow and succucded in run ning oil' about twenty head of ponies. The cowboys gave chase , and overtaking a part of thothiovcs , a light ensued , Ono of Jamison's men was shot down and an other Injured , while two of Colonel Mor row's men were hurt. Jamison himself was finally forced to surrender and came near being lynched by the infuriated cow boys nt the ranch. A party started with him fc H'ort Snyder , the nearest jail , but lie in < . , .ged to give them the slip and es caped The stockmen who had suffered from the depredations of Jamison's gang offered a reward for his capture , Colonel Morrow heading the list with $300. Dep uty Sheriff Barnes , who is quite a dulcet- ive , by the way , took the case in hand , nnd was surprised to find that Jamison had started east in stead of keeping to his mountain home. Ho traced him to Clioyunne , still headed cast. Harncs came to Omaha , where ho found that lie hail passed his man on the way. When the overland arrived from tlio westl ast evening a tall , finely built young man , dressed in a half cowboy style , .stepped from the train on the side opposite thu depot and walked rapidly up lenth street. When ho reached Hartley street a hand was placed on his shoulder and he found himself iu the charge of Sheriff Barnes. Ho sub mitted without a protest and was placed in a cab and taken to the county jail where ho was kept until the westbound train last evening. Ho had no objections to going with liarncs with out a requisition , but felt considerable fear lest he might be summarily dualt with by tlie Wyoming cowboys. He made no effort to conceal his identity or to deny his imnlicity in the crimes charged against him. Mr. IJarncs Was highly elated over his success and left for the west with his prisoner last night. SLUGGING THE MAUSHAIj. A IMiRillstic ISxprcMHiimu Cliuoku the Chief Under- the Chin. Marshal Ctiuimiugs was made the vic tim of an assault last night at the hands ol Pat Rookbud , the well known express man with fighting propensities. Rock- bud , who was at ono time a hard-working fellow , has become of late quite a sot and works all kinds of schemes to keep his tank lilled with lighting whisky. Ho has 'two young boys , enterprising' lads , who have a horse and wagon and manage to keep pretty busy doing an express busi ness on a small scale. It is Pat's custom to hold his bo.ys up whenever ho incuts thum and relieve them of their earn ings , which he promptly invests in drniK. Yesterday afternoon lie mot the lads on Sixteenth street on their way to the depot with a trunk. Rockbud stopped tlicir team aud demanded thu money which thuy had boon paid for the job. The boys entered a feeble protest , when their father assaulted them and knocked them both down , Ho then kicked one of tlie lads , inflicting a severe cut over his cyu , nearly forcing that mem ber from its socket. Rpqkbud wan ar rested und taken to tlio jail , where Mar shal Cummings was sittinjr enjoying his after supper pipe. Tlio ollicor who had arrested Rookbud explained the situa tion and asked what should bo done with the prisoner. The marshal said , "Lock him up , of course. " Tlio words had scarcely been uttered when Rockbud lot fly a right-hander , catching the chief un der the * chin and landing him in an ua- on the sidewalk. Jailor gracofulneap igwart seized the pugilistic expressman and landed him behind the bars while the marshal nntanglud himself and quietly sought consolation in a communion with his pipe. _ ANOTHER PAIR OF SPJ3CIALS. ItiR Ilnilroacl Mem and Tourists Itc- tarn to tliulr Homo City. Attached to the 5:20 : train from tlio west last evening wore two special Union Pa cific cars. Their occupants were S. R. Callaway , general manager of the Union Pacific ; llobert II. Vinton , his private secretary ; Mrs. R. II. Clarkson and Judge and Mrs. Savage. They have boon on an extended trip through tlio westurn states and territories , the Pacific coast states and have oven visited Uritish Columbia. The trip was a delightful ono , nnd no party of tourists could have been bettor equipped for an instructive inspection of the wonders of the west than this ono. It will be in order when the winter season opens to iuvito Judge Savage to recount , in his unequalled descriptive style , the features of this summer trip. Not to bo behind the Union Pacific. , the incoming Denver train on tliu li. & M. had a special devoted to tlio usu of General Manager Holdrego. Gun- . oral Passenger Acont Kustis , General Agent Miller and Attorney Freight k Vtt t * IBI\4 I. tt llt-4. 4 VfclSl I1UJF Cliurlos J , Greene , nil olllcials of the JJur- . n. They have been on n business tour in company with Vice President Potter , of the O. system , and have made stops > at Lincoln , Nob. ; Atchi- son , Kan. , and Denver , Col , The nature of this business is not as yet made public but it is certain that it means some prac tical movement of importance in railroad circles , Mr. Potter did iiot return with the Omaha party having remained ever in Denver , _ AN ASSUUKI ) HUOOISSH. The Coming Fair and lutcr-Stata Kx position , The work of booming the exposition ia being carried on in a systematic and en thusiastic manner. All of the space in the exposition building proper has been engaged by exhibitors who have eagerly availed themselves of the opportunity to have a display of their wares before the thousands of strangers who will visit Omaha during the week of the fair. _ To accommodate ) other exhibitors who desire space for displays , the management have decided to build an annex , 00x120 loot on the north side of the main buildingi Grading for this waa commenced yesteiv day , ana the building will be rushed up as rapidly as possible , and will go far to ward supplying the demand for space tlmt is bolug made on the management. The ISntoU Kleclriq Light company , of Clove- laud , O. , has Rgrocct to placean exhibit Hint will prove a y lnfblo ! aid to the ex hibition. They propose to liRlit both the rnMn tnnldinir nnil nnnex with tlieir nre and uienndpscentunlootric llKiits free of cliiirco tlurinp tlM ( iJintlro exposition. Mu rchnnts of tlio city irc already cctting tlicir displays selected ready for the opening of the eJcboMlion. This special feature of the fnir .week is also bciiitf ad vertised libcrnlly bvijnuiins of posters nnd circulars and will no doubt prove u drawing curd. > SccrctnryVheellr , of the fuir associa tion , is the busiest huili In Hie city these days. Entries fof 'tlio.dlll'erenl races are being inndo by Uotwinun nil over the country nnd the.ifaql is assured Hint tlio coming meeting wiU be the larcest over IrHd we.st of Chicago. A number of splendid feiilnrcs have been added , among them being thu balloon ascensions and "Hntclier's equine gym- liasiiim , " that will bo liure eueh day of tlio fnir. Fair weather is nil that is needed now to make the coining mooting a marked success in every particular. 111-JAUTSOUK ! _ _ AXn TOOTSOUli An Unfortnnnto IToleRntioti From I own Dim Ijonjj Trninp. llicro came across tlio river last even ing one of the most dilapidated looking parties that over struck Nebraska , except it bo n delegation of defeated politicians returning from a convention. It con sisted of Alary Able , her seven children and two dogs. The latter wore the only members of the group that allowed nny signs of liaviug eaten anything since Christmas , nnd did tlioy have to follow humanity in thu matter of clothing they would undoubtedly have had on bettor garments than their unfortunate compan ions. The mother , judging from her de cidedly determined mien and conversa tion , was able by character as well a.s name to hoe her own row in the Held of life , but somehow or other she had not directed her abilities the right way. Her children ranged In age from about four yearn to eighteen , and all were clad in real backwoods style. Each carried a broken article of small household ware of some kind and the largest boy had an antiquated lantern to light the fool-exeur.sionisls through dig nity's way. They had walked from the vicinity ot Ottumwa , la. , to Council Mull's , a distance of over two hundred miles. They intend to continue their tramp to Central City , in this state , ' where n recreant husband' and father in expected to bo found. Airs. Able savs ho deserted her some time ago and she never received any word of his whereabouts until lately , when sjie learned by cnaneo that ho had a line farm near Central City and was living on it. She did not write to him nor did she wish to let him Know of liur coming , ns she feared lie would .skip by the light of the moon again. ,1'rom tlio "gcmle-whon-stroked-iuid- liorce-whcn-provokcd" natnro of Mrs. Able it is very evident that when she and tlio seven little Abies suddenly drop in on Able pero there will bo music. Ho willfo.rffct ; all about the drought forthctinuibuing , and won't care whether corn is at" half 1 crop , a quarter crop , or no crop at1 all. Then if there should be a. Mrs. rfblc.No.'a in the fore ground or the backgrptjml it would , be better for her liad. no ucver been born. OH jeer Green piloted Jtlic strangers to Ollieor Bloom , xind hon turn took them to the headquarters" the Women's tied , Tlio unfortunate , condition of the party at first excited svmpnthy , but then when it wasconsiiljkeil.that Ihoy were all in good health , arid 11/0 mother and at least-three of the children were well able parent. Undoubtedly ; tljp main object of tlio Hawkcye 'hegira was to have a hair-pulling contest with the old man not aiiy compulsion or necessity of keep ing body and soul together. Tlio Case of McGIII. Tiio parents ot Henry IMcGill , who was arrested by the United States authorities for sending obscene letters through the mails , are highly grieved at his conduct. There was no way they could account for it , as apparently he was not viciously inclined , nor had ho any bad habit * . Ycsiorday lie was examined by Dr. Jones and another equally prominent physician of this city , and they pro nounced him entirely irresponsible for the commission of the act for which ho was arrested. They say ho is suffering from an hallucination that prompts him to such vulgar writings , and if immedi ate treatment is not resorted to ho will become an incurable lunatic. Mr. Mo- Gill says ho never kept company or asso ciated with the girls to whom the letters vroro sent , and one of the ladies who re ceived tlio vulgar epistles is past _ medium ago and was not known by his son. Tim boy confesses to waiting tiie letters , but claims that he did it in obedience to commands of certain spirits who visited him in his sleep. Tlio case is a very sad one , and Mr. and Mrs. McGill , who are among the most respectable people of Knox county , deserve much sympathy. Ills Royal Highness Tlio Turtle. Another feature was added to the natural curiosities passing through by ex press yesterday and Little Mac , the Mikado of the Pacific company's king dom of the depot felt happy. This time it belonged to the aquarium department being a huge green sea turtle weighing 130 pounds , lie wns consigned to Ed Manror , of this city , and came all the way from Fulton market , Now York city. These kind of "lish" are not very numerous in prairie seas and their ap- pciira co in these inland districts are far and few between. Afler the turtle gets rested from the latigno of his journuy and has boon duly cnti/.lscd by the pass ing throngs ho will undoubtedly bo served up in steaks and give occupation to the sign writer to display his ability in illuminating a carrt with "Green Turtle Soup to-day 1'ultOn arkot Stylo. " Thought Ho llaiijJoon Killed. A street car driver , gf the Saunders street Hue crcatcdia.sensation in police circles yesterday-afternoon by reporting that a man was lypg.dcad ) hi a patch of weeds upon Suuivdorii street near Cum- ing. A badly frtfcliluned lady who had seen thu corps haft iiuormcd ' ' 'ln ' of the fact. A search wtis nt once made by the police but no doadi man could bo found , The nearest apprdheK 'tD ' a dead man was a pool of blooci am ) the imprint of a human form in tiio dust in thu center of the patch of wocUa , , , The mystery was finally explained. ' ijyn a Cuming street man who had coiifcsseu to having nearly pounded tlio hcadofi'a man who had used his horse and buggy without his permis sion. The follow , ho said , had crawled oil'in tlio weeds to die , after ho had lin- ishcd pounding him. No Pugilistic AHplrutlons. Dan Shandy , a faithful vmployn on one of the Union Paciiin switcii engines , feels sore over an item that appeared in tlio BEB early in the week roirarding a row at Paul's park , in which ho was styled "Shandy Dan , the loader of the Tliirr tconth street toughs. " Ho states with emphasis that ho is not a member of the Thirteenth atroct gang and has no pugil istic aspirations , illo allows by thn time book of nis bo that lie has not had a va cation for a yearoxcept for four days that hu wns laid up by injuries received while on duty. Ho was at Paul's park on Sunday when Lindsay knocked Johnny Clew doxvn for insulting his girl. He had n conversation with Clowfbut mxiiiarrcr and did not have nuv tight with anyone. The article was published on a mis-state- incut of facts. IlurKlni-4 llrllie n l > os. cautious people who leave awateli dog in the kitchen when they go away from homo have no dead sure protection from burglars , as was shown by a nenl job done by enterprising thieves at tlio residence of Mr. James Haynes , of tlio Uailwny News , on Chicago street , yester day afternoon. The family was absent nt the time and had left a big dog on wateli in the kitchen. The thieves re moved n summer door which wn1 * fastened from tlie inside ; Hum by cutting a hole lu the glass of the door proper elVceted all entrance by unlocking the door from thu inside. Here tlio wateli dog was met and quieted by a liberal donation of broad and meat , ami the thieves had tlio house to themselves. Tlio.v ransacked the build ing thoroughly , but were evidently in si-arch of jewelry or plate , as uo other ar ticles of value were disturbed , except a valuable opera glass , which was found to bo missing , Bohciuliitii I'ttrnnr * . On the 33d instant the Bohemian turn ers will have nn excursion and picnic to North Bend , Dodge county , anil judging from tliu character of the preparations already being made It will bo one of the most enjoyable events of tlio season. The railroad ride in itself at a mere nominal expense will bo a pleasure , while the attractions at tlio destination will bo varied ami lirst class in every respect. An island in Hie Platte river lias been secured and the silvan grove upon it will bo neatly fitted up for the entertainment of the merriment seekers. A substantial bridge is being built from the mainland , there will be music , every kind of re freshments. etc. , etc. , for Bohemia in tends to show in Nebraska what il is in Europe the champion of innocent amuse ment. _ Disappeared as Klic Oninc. Tlie woman who came in on the Union Pacific train from thu west on Monday night , sick nigh unto death , and was taken to tiio Co//.ons house , has left thu city under circumstances as mysterious as those surrounding lior arrival. She gave her name as Mrs. Morns , of Central City , and said that lier husband was siek at ono of thu hotels in this citv , hut no such man could bo found. Shu was at tended by a local physician while at the Gozzens , and partially recovered from her illness. On Thursday her bill was paid , a hack was driven to thu hotel and the woman assisted to it from1 ] her room. She was then driven away , whither 110 one seems to know. 1'cr.sonal Will Nasli and wife loft yesterday morning for Denver. Rudolph ilart/ , representing Otto Al- brcch & Co. , of Davenport , Iowa , is in tlio city. > Mr. Thos. A. Crrigh , of Crcigh , Daniels & Co. , with his family are on a visit of three weeks to St. Paul. Airs. G. W. Mansfield left yesterday on a three weeks' trip to New lork to visit her mother and relatives. Emil Haas of Now York , the donor of the niagnilicent oil painting which now ornaments the rotunda qftho Alilhml hotel , is now , with his wife , a guest of that hotel. Gco. A. Maguey of Papillion , part proprietor of tlio Times at that place , has opened a . law ollico in this city In thu building of the- Omaha National bank. Uo will also attend to business at his former homo. Airs. Fitzgerald , mother of Air. John Fitzgerald , of Lincoln , and her daughter , Ars. } Patrick Fahey.of O'Neill , have been visiting friends in this and the capitol city for the past ten days. They started 'for home yesterday morning. Col. A. H. Forbes , who hosbucn a very sick man for several weeks , is again able to be out in the sunsliino. lie is so ema ciated that lie cannot cast a very large shadow , but a strong constitution and indomitable energy will soon make "Klchard himself again. " It would seem that .Spirit Lake would be nothing did not Omahanscivoit prac tical attention. Last evening's delega tion thereto comprised thu following from this city : Air. Andrew Simpson , William N. Babcock , general western agent of the Northwestern ; Warren Switzler , and Robert Purvis and wife. WHISKY 3 > 1KN WJtANGliE. The Nebraska City Distillery the Cause oftlic Trouble. . CHICAGO , AncustO. IL B. ( Buffalo ) , 3111- lor presided over a stormy session of the Western Export association this afternoon. Tlio meeting ailjoarnud yesterday to hear something from the two outstanding dlB- tilleries - Nebraska City and -Mr Kind , at DCS Molties. A representative from the Nebraska City house was present , anil although the members to-day argneil all afternoon trying to win him over , thuy were only partially successful. Ho retimed to ac cept certain eomlltlous , anil there tliu matter rusts. KUItl , of Des Malnc.s , Is still out. Nothing ( lelinito has been heard from him. Amlil tlio licatud dubato tlio nieellnj , ' ad journed until next week , subject to call of tlio president. There is no excuse for weak backs when St. Jacobs Oil eau bo had. A BONELESS MAN. He Can be Flattened Out or Hollctl Into a Ball nt Will. New York Star : A gentleman regis tered as Clayton Knox , Lexington , Ivy. , nt a small hotel on Union Square , a few days ago. He wns a gunlal companion nnd soon made a number of friends. .Mr. Knox is a story teller of the real Kon- tuoky sort , and ho taxed tlio credulity of his friends to a very great extent , Ono of his peculiar stories was told by him in tlio following way : " 1 iihud to hunt moonshiners in thu Kentucky mountains as a deputy United States marshal. My last trip was made two years ago as a member of a posse of marshals who prowled around in the vicinity of Uarbourville , Ky. It was on that trip thatl saw a man without a bone in his body a man who could bo flat tened out like a pancake and rolled up like a carpet. For the truth of what I'm going to tell you now I shall refer you to United States Marshal Isaac Arbucklo , of Cartor'county , Kentucky. "Wo had made a rowinuo raid , without success , and our nosso sunaratud to re turn to Barbourvillo by diilorent routes to avoid suspicion. Wo were not to re turn tbo samu day , cither , and 1 was told to wait awhile before goinir back to the village. I spent the first night after thu raid in the cabin of H poor farmer ampng the hills. During thn conversa tion in the evening , in winch I took part , some ono Incidentally spoke of Hector Davis , 'tlio man without bonus. ' I asked what was meant by that expression , and was told that Hector Davis was 'one of our neighbors , three miles up thu rend , who hasn't a bono m his body.1 I laughed ai the statement , but my host volunteered to show mo over the lulls to Hector Davis1 homo. I promised to go , expecting to euo u rustic contortionist era a sick mun. . . . " \ \ e knocked at the Davis cabin about 9 o'clock nujcfc morntug. The lirst thing I saw upon entering the door was a mid- dld-uged man Bittinc upright in a rude Invalid's chair. A iramewprk attached totbobnok.of the chair supported his head , , He waa introduced to mo hy my guide , Uufus Pickwell , ns Hector Davis , I entered into conversation with the man , ami found him to be a * well informed as any of the mountain farmers. His voice was linn but , not very loud. 1 grasped jils hand when introduced , but dropped it lively. His ( liignns rolled up together like so many bands lie invited mo to take hold of his limbs , and they yielded to pressure until flattened to twice tliulr proper width. The only indication of bone was his skull , and that could be depressed - pressed , but If done it gave the poor fel low iiitieh pain. His m > rk WHM as limber ns n rag. and his head , when released fiom the Irame , rolled helplessly about on his shoulders. 111s arms hung at his sides , but lie could raise the forearms up a little. There was no .strength in nis wrists , and when the arms wore raised the hands curled over limply. Davis shullled oil' his slipper , and asked me to stop on his foot. I did so , and it Hatted out like rubber. It took several minutes for it to resume Its natural shape , nml it was half an hour before he could put on his slipper. " 'Perhaps you would like to tin mv leg In a knot'haul ho. Pickwell nnd nivseu foil nil no dith'culty in performing thin fuat , but we had to untie thu knot soon , because il prevented circulation in the limb.Yu \ nlf-o tied knots in his arms. I began to think 1 had seen enough. I had something of the feeling of a man after attending a spiritualists' seance. 15ut I hail not yet seen the most wonderful ox- hihltion of bonelcssncsj. " 'Can you lay mn down on the floor ? ' asked Davis. Wo did , but it wns no easj task , for his body slipped in all direc tions. Wo secured linn grips upon his clothing and kept him from falling. Pick well had assisted at this performance before. After laying him down on tliu clean rag carpet mv companion sei/.cd n barrel which I afterward learned con tained turnips , ami proceeded to roll it over the prostrate Davis from his toes to his chin. The only manifestation of tils- tress or pain shown was when the harm ! rolled across his chest. The barrel left Davis in n horrible shape. Ho was literally 'Hat a.s a pancake. ' But that was not all. 'Itoll mo up. litifus , ' said the boneless horror. Immediately Pick- well doubled Davis' head over on ins chest and ( lien continued to roll him up like a big door mat. When his feet were reached Davis looked like an armadillo , and ho soon asked to be unrolled again. "Wihlc the man's body was resuming its natural bhanu I learned from his old spectacled mother , who sat in a rocking- chair near by knitting , though appar ently not liking the exhibition , that her son was forty years old. Hu had en joyed perfect health until two years before - fore , when his hands and foot gradually became numb and weak. Then the bones began to soften , and this spread rapidly to all parts of his anatomy. Bevond makinghim helpless ho nuvur experi enced any inconvenience from tlie strange aflliction. All his vital organs performed their functions properly , and tliu mother believed that Hector would live to a good old age. Shu had a younger ? on , then at work in the Hold , and two daughters , yho were married to mountain farmers. She said no doctor had bcon 'up in them thai- hills fur nigh onto twenty year.1 After Pickwell and 1 had returned the man of llesh and cartilage to his frame work chair , wo bade them cood-by and went back toward Barbonrvillc. " I have 51 feet on 83th street which I can sell at low figures. They do say the cable is going on SOtii .street ; if so. this is a big thing. Take it before location , as it will bo double then. It is worth more than I ask now. T. S. CI.AKKSOX , ail ) South 14th st. Small house and lot on north 30th st. , and properties in Parker's add. IlHM. & AIcCANDLtSH , 1511 Dodge. Tickets only i't. Shares m Proportion. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPAHY. I'Wedo horolircortlty tlmt vo supcrviso ths arrfliiKomontH for all tlio Monthly nml Quarterly DniwiiiKra of Thu Loulsluim Hmto I < ottory Comnnny nnd In iiorson numitRo nnd control tlio Drnwliurs tlioinsolvas , and tlint tliognmo nro conducted with unnusty , fiilmoss nnd lu good rnith tovmrd all inii-llos , nuJ wo authorize tbo Company to use this cortlQcuto. with fno-slmlioj ofour alimatui-ns nttaohad In its ndrnrtlameut . _ OOMMfSSIONBllS. We.thonmlorslgncd Hanks nnd Itunkors. will yny all Prlics drawn In Tlio Ixiulslann State Lot- terins whlcli.mny bo proaontod at our oountorJ J. II. OUC.KS1IT. Pies. Louisiana National Banfc , j. w. Hii.nur.Tji , Fres. State National Ban's. A. lAT.I > WIti. Pres. New Orlean National Bant Incorporntod In 18B3 for 25 years by the lejrls- Inturo tor Kducntloiinl and Charltiiblu imrpojoi with n cnpltnl of Jl.UOU.OUO to which u rusorva fluid of ever fr MOOU hits slnco been nddcd. Ily an overwhelming popular vole Its f nmohlsrj wnani ndo upnrt of tJiopruMonrSuito Constitution adopted Dccomoorftl. A. U. 1HTU. The only lottery ever voted on nnd endorsed by the people of any Btnto. It never Bcnles or postpunos. Imtrrnnd sliiKlo nuiubor drnwiniw toke pliioa monthly , und Iho oxtraurdlnury ilnivrintrg roiru- larly every ttuvo months hmtimil of f > ( . .nl-nniiu nllv its mtrelol'oro , DC'fflnnliiK .Mnroli , 1KSO. A Hl'I.r.NPIP OlTOIITUNITr Til WIN A FOUTDNP. ihOinnd Driiwln ? , Class II. in thu Acudemyof Music. New Orleimn. Tuesday , Auff 10th , 1833 IMSIh Monthly Druwinir. CAPITAL PBIZE 875,000. lOO.UJO Tickets nt II vo Dollnrs Knch. IVnctlom In Fll'thii , In 1'roportlon. i.isi' or i'iu/is : JCAl'lTAL P1HK15 . fTfl.OOa 1 do do . U > , euQ 1 do do . 10,000 ii'iuzKS OF . snfoa wouu 5 do . i-.ax ) lu.ouu 10 do . 1,000 10,000 30 do . BX > W.m ( 100 do . -JH SOJMI 300 do . . . . . . 101 ! * ) , < BOO do . M S5 , < 3 1000 do . 2 * liWl/J AlTitOXf NATION I'lllZBS' I > Approxin ! Hon I'rizrsof $7M . > 8 do do MO . 4 )0 ) do . do SJ . " t > iflOT I'rlios. nvnountiiis to . $315r < 00 Appllvutloit for rates to clubs should ! > o made only to tbo otnoo of the company In Now Or 0&n0 For further Information wnlo cloailr , atvm't f all ivrtdi-esH. IHJdTAI. NUTB3 , Iixi > rnti Moiioy ) rdor9 , or New York lixfliuiiRO in ordinary lot- or , currency br oxpresa at our o.vpunw ud lrCM ° U ( M.A.1)AUI'HIW , Or M. A.DAIJrJIIN. n , O. 0 , Make I * . O. Money Orders pnyixblo nJ P. BOYEB & CO. Ka'sSa ! ! sVauitsTini8Lock3 and Jai ! Work. 1020 L'arnam Struct , Oiuah * . N < sb. SENT C. O. D , OAK Olt JIOUK AT UJIOLl ALE I1 HICK. I i'AY all t-rproi rlwrjet to nil pointi vrltliln 310 olln. l-noOou-rUinttoMiw.- 8mdt ocfi , H uipfarUluitrmrucat&lcixuB. UtiiUontlu < j > ai r. L. Q. SPENCER'S ' TOY FACTORY , 221 W. MAP1SON ST. , CHICAGO- Sleeplessness AND ' Restlessness. Children ns well us adults Komotltnci cat too much supper or unt something tlmt does not digest well , producing Colic , Indigestion , Sour Stomach , Heart * burn , Restlessness and Slcoolossness. Auood dose o I Simmon ? Liver Itegulntor will iiivtroliiiil relief. "My lfo linliit : ) utTi'ri'il for n Invg limn with llp tlp' np < iiml M < 'IMII' | IHH nt nlclit".mid linvliiL-tMiMl rvoryihi'iu roiom- tiioiNlPd t mn vriiliuut Ix'in'tlllltii ; her win Unfitly tiHl ( p.l tntir ! < lmitMim I. \ oUr n. hitor. unit It lm < nitcil like 11 < liiMn. \fior tnKInc titio li iltlp wlio lintr | ) Tti i * n much Unit I ciit ntiil liuiiatit onr * htilf dnjon My ulfi1 1 tnnr In tlin rnjityniiMi' of ox ii'lloiit linillli. Wo kcrptlui Iti'Billnlur In llipliniKp ii'nfiiinllr nipillilnc. nnil rpnnn * iiiotitllt in tin' world HIP bpji iiu'illrliuMn tlio nrorlil ' J I" lIllllUMi , TwlijuiCo. . ( in. Or the I.l < | tini > llutili , ros t'ni-cd l > > AiliMluNlcrtiiK ' > ' llalitOH' llitldrn Niu'dlli' . It t n tic Riven In cup of roflcpor ( I-A ulltiotit the knoKlvilRrnf tlm pi-rsiiii Inklnr ltl < i > lroliilolf hr.rmlL'K , nn J will meet a | ii > rinunrnt rnJ sticpdy cure , whel'.ifrthoiintlftil ln rumlBiati cirlnker ot MI Micuimllo rcclc. It IIM bpFU xlvrn In HIOIH n * . nil lit CA'I'.I , Mid In rvpry lintinc-f 'iftfi-ct cure invftfultoncit. It nrycr fnlln Ths . . . .Mirnouc * Inipiritnatod nlth ILo Spocl - , It bcrnines n ultot luii nHlliltlty for tliu liqimr ft | ) | > clltp top > l t I'OU BALI ! 11Y : 'OM,0\VI.\(1 DIlUOdlHTSt KirilN iV CO. , Cur. 15lh nnil Drt.ir.Ui. . nnd ISlh < V fnmlnc SM , , Omaha , Ncb.l k. u. POST i : it vv iiuy. . Cniinrll nluflk , lawn , Ciller wrlli- for pan-phlct rontHlnliiK liunilrrds ( Kte.-tlnionlM'frnintlit'tKU woiueii and muu ( rue > nil tvrlgot tlie tountrv. DRSXEI. & BuooessoratoJ , O.Jncoba UNDERTAKERS , AND EMUALMKllS. At the old stnnil , HOT Fnrniini St. OrJow by ti'lririiph tolioltod nnd | ) ii > uiptly uttcndud to. ESTABLISHED USED IN ALL OVER WOO iPAfilSOFTHE L.ID. ' WORLD : i a | > | . . . . . BoJdby All lilt * liful rnrrlnoo llullilcr * nnil li ) > al > ts. G'IMCINNATJ. U. S. A. CnhlP Artirc ( Wfrfff TBpemy correct substitute tor Mother' * "L'ts ' JnvnluaUle fn Cholera Infnntum nod Toothlntj. A prn-dlKo ted food lor Dya * optlcs , Conaumptlves , Convalescents. crfoot nutrient In oil WnstlnK Dlsedses. RequIrM no cooklntf. Our nooK .The Care and FoodInK of'Tiifants , mah'e'd Vrio. DOUBEH. QOODALU tt CO. , BoatOU , U" Forfeit tf not Havana Filler * A GENTLEMAN'S SMOKE o Thlt Ct ar ni proT * t rfrmnttrd m < l irill br eiten > lively Dd , illH > 4In evenrtown tur lire dralerl who will [ predate 11 > merlti and puili luccorillnjlj. S3IOKK ET FEItlfO lOo C1OAR. AJJrcu DANQOMll BROS. , Solo Agttts , 13O FUlli Avenue , D. W.Snio , l-osllo & Morrnll , 0. V. Goodman , r.W.8pftfrord&Co. . J. A. Fuller to Co. , M. Purr. 2lif > no7 & Olosoii , M. 11. Powell , Kiilm a uti. , , Bum Fnrnsworth , fronK Ilnrrott & Co. , HURUOS & 8chroiat , Jfiiuus 1'oraytlio. MALT Hiei-lully DUlllliiiI Tor Dli-dlrlnnl line. THI BEST TONIC I UNEOUALEDforCONSUMPTIOh WASTING DISEASES and GENERAL DEBILITY. PERFECTS DIGESTION , DIt. nWV L. WAIiMNO , Sur gwiu In Clilif , Natloutl Uiiut ufX.J WlllMt " 3Iv llcntloi : wn MlM U your KeyRtone iltilt WhUkfty bj Sir. Itlur , DrtiggUt , of Trenton nil I Imvo ii ? il H feu Imltlei with fnr U'ttcr rfTi-rt tlmn mijr 1 IIIIVA lad. I am ii-roninieiiilln | your nrllrle In in.r prarllco , uno fli.d It wry halUfuclurjr. " DEWAEE OF 7 * Tli flouulua lit. II.N .SUnaiurc K1SSKR * UKKUKMOX n iho i..b i. EGSWER KflENDELSON , ( Sf.lt Ajfoli tar tl.e 17 U. ) 316 , 318 end U20 Rac St. . PbiUdelibi& . Px. LINCOLN BOSINESSDIHEBTOHY loceutly lluilt. Nuvilr Kurolslieil The Tremont , J. C. I'JTX.OISItALU 4 : KON , I'roprlotors. Cor. fth nml I'tUx. , Lincoln , Noli. llutfifl.&O purrtuy , Street can ( rumhuux ) to anr wit of Ilia city. J. II. W. HAM KINS ] Architect , Onicos SI. Ul nml U. Ulchards lilooli , r.lucolo , I'i'b. Klovuloronlltli Mroot Uruvdcrol Ilrcodornf | AI.I,0A V L'ATTLK. F. M WOODS , Live Stock Auctioneer niiulo III nil imrtH of the IJ.H. iitfalf ulou. Jtooin 3 , Hluto IlloA , I.lnu < ) ln , Neb , } y unddhort Horn unlU for milo , B. H , GOULDING , Farm Loans and Insurance , Corrosuondoneo lif rpjfiinl to loan * biillclted. Hooin 4 , IllelmrJs ISIock , IJnuoln , Noli. Public Sale , > tuiver , < ' < > ! , , .liuiu XHh , 1880. 0 head of Sliow Short Horn Jntiis ftCrulou hunk , 2-yeiir-olih , ivuljliliw ) uiJO ; liiillg aud ictHoiu. AOilnisj KIclJ nnJ ifiiriu , for outalou- IPS , Denver , Col. t' . M. llranson , Lincoln , Noli. : < ) ! . I' , M. Woodi Aiiutlonoar. Whou m Lincoln stop ut National Hotel , ; et u uootl dinner for 2Ic , J.A.KUDAWAV 1'rof.