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< * THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , FEBRUAKY 21. 1S88.
DEATR OF AN AGED MINISTER , ' The Bov."William Cooley Passes Away at the Asylum. OPENING OF DISTRICT COURT. Bomp of the flultn Ucconlly AvclilLMitH Ou tlio IJ. XM. . Jununry Stntc HOIIHO Items Mention. frnoM run urn's MNcor.v tit'itr.u' 1 Y ( 'sturdily nt the stuto hospital for the innnnu Uov. WilHum Cooley qulotly iwissed tiwoy t'.U'U1 having bucu tin in- iiwto there for sonic olgliteGn I'mnths. Hov. Mr. Cooley was about seventy years of ago , mid a largo part of his life had bcon hpont in the ministry. A strolto of paralybis rendered him nearly help less and to affected bin mind that he Aas placed in the hospital. About two mouths BUUO ! another lifjlit btroko came ami ho Inn gradually failed to the day of his death. Ills brother , Uov. K. Cooley , is a resident of this city. The district court opened yesterday with Judge I'M olds on the bench and the llti attorneys in the city in attendance. The judge handed down several opin ions from thu previous term and the call of the docket occupied the remainder of the morning hours. The interest taken in the canes presages a long and busy trial term. The jury will bo called to day and trials proceeded with. Among the CSIHCS filed was a suit for damages brought by Mrs. hi//.ie Staloy against the city of Lincoln in which she Hues for $ " > , ( > 0 ( ) damages received in a fall occasioned by a defective sidowalk. The time the accident occurred was in October hint and the place on Thir teenth street between S and T , a de fective walk there causing her to fall heavily forward , injuring her knee until she became a cripple for life and has Iteon wholly unable to work and bupport her family since that time. .lames II. IJrinkorholf sues for a di- voi'CJ fuom his wife May LirinJgcrholT , the grounds r.llcjjeil lining ilc-.citiQii. The parties wore married February US , 18St : , in the city of Now York and im mediately after the marriage his wife left with her parents for Now Jersey and lias over since failed to communi cate with him or recognize him as her husband. On those grounds the court is asked to sever the marital bonds. Henjainin P. Knight luia commenced n suit against W. II. II. Dunn to re cover & 530 alleged to bo duo and has at tached certain property to secure his debt. II. AM. ACTJDKXTS. There wore , according to the report filed with the board of transportation , twenty-four accidents on the 13. & M. railway for the month of January , three of which were fatal , two of those killed being train men. Of the injured the largo per cent of brakemen and switch men was maintained , ton switchmen re ceiving injuries during the month and nine brakomon. Of the other accidents two wore to passengers who jumped from moving trains and were seriously injured. A large proportion of the train men injured had their homes in Lincoln. STATK IIOUSK NOTKS. The Wyoming Improvement company of Geneva , Neb. , filed articles of incorporation yesterday with the sccro- ta'ry of state. Capital stock , 8130,000 ; incorporators , V. C. Shickloy , Edward K. Cobb , Charles W. Shickloy. . Deputy Land Commissioner Charles M. Carter is homo from Nebraska City whore ho sold the Fulton tract of school land to Hon. J. Sterling Morton who donates the tract to Nebraska City for a public park. Commissions yesterday were issued to the following notaries : Edward L. Baker , \Vannota , Chase county ; Henry C. Hoynton , Hastings , Adams county ; J. W.'Shahan , Kearney , Buffalo county ; John Smith , Grant , Perkins county ; J. Carnahan , York , York county ; E. L. Sargeant , Codar-Kapids , Boone county ; Alien G . Fisher , Chadron , Dawcsjcounty : Edward P. Cagni'y , Lincoln , Lancaster county ; S. P. Buckmastor , York , York county ; John G. Mooro. Hastings , Adams county ; Louis J. Kudoim , Wahoo , Saunders county. The force of men employed on the central part of the capitol building has been largely increased and the w ork from this on will be with the aim to have the huilding completed prior to the next Bot-siou of the legislature. The Come will bo placed in position in the early spring. rr.usoNAt , . Judge Broady , of Beatrice , was in the city yesterday , and called at district court. Captain Paine , deputy oil inspector , made an ofllcial visit to Weeping Water yesterday. A. B. Smith , of Denver , who has in charge the surveying work of the Lin- dln town site company , was in the city yesterday. Sam D. Cox , who has bcon in'Chicago the past week securing engravings illustrati\o of Lincoln , returned homo Sunday evening. Deputy Marshall Ed Allen , of the United States district court , ib in the city on olUcial business. Major J. C. Birnoy , of the live slock commission , came in from Crete yester day. day.F. F. M. Hopwood , of the Iloldrtigo Njig- pet , was a capital city visitor yesterday. John M. Walters was an cast-bound jwsiongor through Lincoln yesterday , on route for Mount Yornon , 111. , the sad intelligence having been wired bin of the death of his wife and child in the cyclone at that place. CITY 1TKSIS. A long controversy has been gtjng erin in the district court in regard to the title to a piece of land in this county ii which the heirof the original holdei of the titles came on from Ireland am i contested the disposition that the court ! had made of the ca&o. U , B. Graham the propimt holder of the title , was blinking hands yesterday over the fac that the court at its opening sossiot liandod down n decision in his favor. To-day the county commissioners wll open thu now plans submitted for thi jnopo--id Lancaster county court hens < and the wish Is very goaer.illy ox m-pssotl thr.t hereafter the county ma ; Iiavo clear sailing and that plans wil allow the building to bo built wilhli the amount valid by the county. Tin crowded condition of the present count ; building shows the necessity for speed ; work that , the county may have a per mnnent homo for business as soon a possible. The Martha Washington branch o the Irish National League In America whoso niombnraliip is composed o ladles , in-ranged , at the Sunday after noon in'Xjtiiijj , to give an cntortainmen the 1st of March , the proceeds to bo devoted voted to city nluirltlos. The ladfes hav ing the entertainment In charge hop for the cordial co-oporation of the dl ! forcnt religious denominations in th city in carrying out the mooting. The sccrotrry of the state board o pharmacy has called the attention c druggists to the fact thM the OMiinin ing ward will hold a fiosuion at tin cap-llol building in this city , on the Cth of March , to examine applicants for registration. Don't Get CniiRht This spring with your blood full of Im purities , your digestion imparcd , your appetite poor , kidneys and liver torpid , and whole system liable to bo prostrated by disease but get yourself into good condition , and ready for the changing and warmer weather , by taking Hood's Sar aparllla. It stands unequalled for purifying the blood , giving an appetite , and for a general spring medicine. THE RULEOFTHE REVOLVER. L Mint Prom Nevada -Something to Suy In Its Knvor. "Whon I wont over to London first to ilupo a mine , " said Major Biles of No- ada , rocking himself in one of the ustic chairs of the Palace bar room , iays the S" ! ! Francisco Examiner , "it iiado mo mad the way I was taken care f. It was a policeman here to toll yaw lot to go there , and a policeman there 0 toll you not to go hero , a guard to ookou , up in the car for fear you'd fall ) iit and got killed , and so on. Then the jars were closed on Sunday and you 'ound the museums and every place but , he churches padlocked. It was law. aw , law everywhere till I was siclc of he law , and I'd have turned anarchist f the anarchists had been invented -hen. - I tell you I was mighty glad to fetback to the Coin-stock , whore every body nearly carries his own law in his 'lip-pocket. " "That must have been a dreadful state of society , " buggestod a gcntlemau from New Haven. "No " said the "it . , sir , major , wasnt. t was about the best stale of society i know of. It made jou look out for your self and bo careful of stepping on other "allows' toes. Somebody was shot every light almost. " "Good graciousl" 'And the man for breakfast generally Icsorved to bo boivod up , ' ' added the : najor. "I toll you it's a good thing to live in 1 community whore men who ought to killed tret killed. " 'But. " objected the gentleman from N'ow Haven , "were you not constantly in danger of jour life ? " "Not at all. Thorn's no place on arth where a man is so safe from harm : is a pistol-ruled mining cinni ' ) . so long is he minds his own busincss'and does ho square thing. The lighting you end so much about is confined pretty itrictly to the toughs. They don't bother - . The chaifl-o of : -espoctablo people. a Mgilanco committee keeps them straight n that "direction. The principal danger 0 men who arc not toughs is from ll.ing bullets , and there's a remedy for that. I remember I was standing in front of the Delta , on C street , one evening talk- ng to Captain Lord , the inland revenue collector , when two follows got to punching each other right lear us , and one pulled what all liands thought was a gun. There was 1 unanimous scatter , 1 hopped into a iloorway and pooped out. Captain Lord wasbtanding in the middle of the btteot with his bix-shooter in his hand , watch- ng the two men who had clinched and iVerc struggling. In a minute they went rolling over a peanut stand into the gutter. The one on top , who was nown as Red Mike , jabbed away at the face and body of the under chap with the supposed pistol. It was really a knife , and ho hacked his subject all to pieces. We tore him oil. I helped * < i raibo the cut chap to his feet. Ho walked with us a few stops and then raised his hand to his bleeding head and said : "Where's my hat ? " "It was fished out of the guttorand ho put it on. Ho went a stop or two further and stopped. " "Boys , " ho said , 'it's no go. I'm Miko's meat. ' Then ho sighed , mur mured faintly , ' him ! ' and fainted. Ho died next day. " 'What were you doing out there in the street with your gun'I asked Cap tain Lord. " 'Well' ho said , 'I'yo como near being - ing hit half a do/.on times when fellows were engaged in fights in which I had no concern , and I've made up my mind that hereafter I'm going to have my share of the shooting as well as of the danger. I'm going to take a hand from this out , and tlioso fellows , when they begin a mubs , will look around and enquire - quire where I am. " "And a good plan , too , " declared the major. "If good citizens on the frontier would follow Captain Lord's plan , the loughs would bo e\en more careful than they are about wild shooting. Yet , after all , there's not as much danger from this source as there ib of being run over hero by your cable cars. " "And this lied Mike , this murderer , ho was hanged ? " inquired the gentle man from Now Havon. "Lord , no , " laughed the major. "Miko , when ho wasn't drunk , was a bricklayer , and ho assisted in building the county jail. Having an eye to the future , ho thoughtfully left a weak spot low down in the wall , and one night shortly after his arrest , ho opened it and walked off , generously taking all the other prisoners with him. The last I heard of Mike was that ho'd hod an arm shot olT by a gambler down in Tombstone. " The Man Up a Tree. Atlanta Constitution : No mere nest , but five or six largo rooms up a tall oak , is the way quiet JohnJIaywood , thoono- armed veteran soldlor , clerk in the treasury department , credited from Ver mont , hit a new thing and made him self famous. There is no mistake about it , that his name is forever linked in the galaxy of distinguished people of history , and , too , quite as accidental as they. Ho has two houses up in the trcos , the one ho first built consisting of three largo rooms and a balcony us large as a room , and in another clump of trees anew now and larger house higher up in the trees , contain three stories , a dancing p.ivillion , a well furnished kitchen , bed room , balcony , library , all well fur nished , and oven an upright piano. These houses arc not built upon or at tached to the tree : " , they stanu on high trestles , so that tlio topmost branches of the tall trees pierce in their natural di rections through all the rooms , giving , in all the different seasons within the compartments , the exact llora of nature , Canvas is closely fitted around the limbs of these trees where they pierce thereof roof and tloor.s and walls of the roorn tc make them water-tight and prevent the sounds of abrasion. Ono ran sit in his library or kitchen and pluck green leaves or acorns where his pot squirrels have loft them. In the dead of winter , while the limbs arc bare without and lhv > snows are Hying , Hayw-ood can sit in his cnrpcted room with his books , and feet at hit * oil stovu , and rest his head and arms upon a liml sprouting with verdure , while without the same true la denuded in the coma ol winter. Those houses are approached by an inclined piano of plank from the higher portions of the hill up to the lower story , wlioro there is n door to- curoly lockel and bolted and whence he mounts by regular enclosed stair-vayt to the apartments. There were tavoral visitors , ladles and gentlemen , who had come into the ir.closui-o to scotho"mon- Etor , " and they regarded him distantly , with curiosity and awo. IIo politelj wived them away , staying ho was not "I'occlvlnjj to-dav. " LIBERALITY OF THE PEOPLE , The "Boo's" Horolno Fund Roachoa Over 81O.4OO. AND THE GOOD WORK GOES ON Tlio Hell of Honor Steadily Increas ing Tlu > Latest Contributor * to the Heroines From Various 1'urta ol" Nebraska. Tlio Hell or Honor. 1.01C ItOU'B FUSII. Amount previously ropoited $3,402 87 Ladles'afternoon cofteu. . . 8(1 ( 00 Citizens of Shelton , Neb i.'J 67 Ktlnit Hoban niul Mlnnio H.insoa list 0 S9 Luap-yoar pnrtv , Hlnlr , Nob. . . . . . . . 7 ! ! 0 Cltbuns Norfolk , Neb lil ) 114 A.U 1 DO Kr. : ; > ! < " Cnnilold Mfg. Co fi 00 Pupils Fremont public schools 16 00 ( ScorKo Foster. Foster , Neb 100 1 looper. Neb. , list f7 ! f.O North Ucnd tire department 1000 .T S. Hobison , Humphrey , Neb 1 00 County school teacher 1 00 I'omcngrnnita IOIRO ! 110 A. F. & A. M. , Aslduuil , Nub 1000 Total ? 3ill , 71 LUVA WOKllUiCKE : lUN'K. ? rcvlous1j reported $1,005 70 ladles afternoon coffee 10 00 < lna Uoban and Minnie llmisuu list 5 SO Citizens of Shelton , Neb 11 73 CltUciis of Norfolk S 00 , \.U 1 ( HI Employes Can Held Mfg. Co C 00 Mrs. Albert Nee 50 Totlfl MISSII ; Amount previously reported § CS ( > 81 NoitliUcndllrodc'iit 500 Total , $ 001 SI TIIK CIIII.llltnN'd rc-.S'l ) . I'rcviously i oportod $ 100 S3 North Hend.ireilci > t.i S 50 Total -5 lOi S3 The Kltn Shattuck Kiuul. The present condition of tlio Ktta Slial- tuck fund is as follows : Previously iopofted $4,703 11 ihiA Hoban and Minnie Hanson's list 4 S3 Norfolk list s G-i A. .1. Sini ! > Bon 5 00 County school teacher 1 00 Total $4,71599 The "Hoc" Fund. The present condition of the funds opened by the Uuu is as follows : ienoyco 3.811 74 Lf > na Woobbecko fund 1.1IM O'i ' Mmnio Freeman Gfll SI Westphalcn monument fund..r. . . 10J S3 Etta Shattuc-lc 4,71599 Grand total ? 10,420.33 "School teachci s. ciiti.unKN's LIST. Hay Mnssenwhlto.t S5llcit | Williams. . . . ! 2'i rrnnk 1'eiry SVJns. J. Hnyei a" > J-rHnk Crensliaw , . BO Irene A. 'lemplar. " 5 ! Total J 1 75 CITIZCN9 OF W.VVAUI.V , NEIl. Hdwln M. Ilntler . . $ I 00 Willis Ivei-s 100 H. V. HoaKland. . . 1 00 C' . I ) . .lewett 1 ( Kt T. A. b. Penning' .John Hun , ' 1 ( K ) ton I 00 .1. W. Dickinson . 1 Hi n. ii Dove i on .1. J. Armstrong . 1 ( K ) A. llelmer ft ) Reo. M. llraKB.1 I1 .l.A. I'lbher HI 13. W. Pierce 1 (0 ( J.O. I.nnalnp nON.J. Moitz m J i : England . . . V ) P. M. Chapman . . DO H. Wills 5fl.las. Walker . . . . ) II ink \Va\eily . 1 W ) 1'iank Hogeis. . . . W ) DlikCooloy . . . . 1 00'ni\ ' Hedges . . . M ) C. . It K'ltclnell. . . WlM.t'.Shaw ffl .lolmU. llmg . . . ittjouii Juller ) Wm. . ) . lleiglumJ.P. . Loder 60 wr 3" ) J. Wllkln-on L'Total S.'O H ) A TOUT OMUIV LIST. Inclosed please flml postal note for il.OS ( ono dollar mid sixty-eight cents ) to bo ap plied ns follows ; Cash ; I 50 C.ih H ) Total $ 1 00 To the Weslplmlen moinimeiit fund four little gills contribute as lollows : ( leorKelncnK. Magee li : ! Isabella Mn ee 13 Kloicnc-o Mugee 10 Maggie Mugee 2Ti Uyiai.li 10 Total C8c Forwarded by A "Friend. " IIISINO cirr , xcn. 8. S. and J. A. m. ( Irubli fiO Itrlcheubacli. . . . ! 5 ( I ) 1" . Jouveuat 50 P. Uflnhi'lner . . : i 00 IllonShen.iid 2.1 W..I.J. Kooil 1 00 I. Ii. Wolf i r I' . 1'ieldny . . . 1 OI'J.II. ' HelnlK C ) li'i.inkWoItu . . . 1 iMO.C.Statford . . . . fiO MIlosLuinby / . . . 1 UU.Iohil Kugou . . . . M \ \ ' . N. WlllhimIlliuimlngXIluit - hou 103. son BOO 12 W. Ilowes . . . 100 Sam Pool - " > Paul Andi'iwon. . . ilO Chas. I.ang. . . . " 1 W.S McCoy 1 OU'J.A.I'rnue ' S W A P Day 1 UO.I. T. Taj lor > N. H Welch niJ.II , Hlslng r > 0 I..l.ltussull BOt5i'o.O. ; Iluclc II.I , Call ROW. Dillon. . , 10 Kast&Waro 1 00 ( leu InRiills B ) .1 A. stf i non.w. itisuiK . . . . w A W. lllsing IJO.I ) 11. Wilson . . " 5 A..1. Mnitln Wl.Qeorjtu . A. Iluiu- II S Styer . . . 2"i ( mor . 2 CO 1 . It Nm lllo . 1 to John Kavaiuugh 25 John McK\enny . 20.l.A Coli' . . f > 0 CombiiV I.i'.ud. 1 mu'iitrlcknarnhern 25 Ij.A.Waneu 1 OU ( liorKu Kc-ldeu . . . f > 0 A Cash . . . i ( , ( ' . Selden . . . . 21 1' i : rn-lday . . . WW. 11. Mlur 1 ( * ) W. ll.Shepard. . . . BM ) > . P. KIlKOie . . . . M U.S. J.add Hl'H.P Gibson . . . H ) W.A Ilildwlu . . AHl.I.K | Jpimliics . W ) A. lloberts I' . Kimelhaid , M. A. H Quick . . . . Kl 1) . . . 1 Hi Whitman X I.ul. 1 w ' ' ' ' ' ' . _ C. WIHon. . M. liauau . . . . . . . . 1 Ml 11. Kvlnhclmer . . . 1 IN J.I ) . Wallace M J. I. . Walter M Cash H ) L II. .Muck 1 U ) John P.iul . . . . r > 0 A. T. Mack U ) aeoreu Nycum . . H ) (1 ( If.MoulIon . . . W.l.r. ) ' Adams. . . 100 ll.-iiO. Verity . . M Samuel Frey . . . ) .1.11. Ht'irliigton nileoii ( ; Moser. . ) W.I' Yoik . , . 2.i ( Alfred Armagoat. 1 C. II. Ptiout . . 2a P. II Caluc-r. 2Ti T , W. Day ! DJ.Hniith H ) J.S.dilmlimj. . K. ( lltTord SI < ! . N cinmbcis . 2.1 Win. I.uuby. . . . nn Squire Uaulei. . 2fi De Hltcliey , Ml H. P. Noddlum H ) D. O Veilty . . . 1 U ) \ \ ' A. Nodding * . 23 ll.llurvold . . . 60 Total I70CO G.W.fitalTord. . . . 60 IA.filF. AND KATIE SDI.MVAN'S LIST. M.nalB Sulllv.iu. t 23 Cash ! Mrs. Mutzcar . 2.1 MableSexton . 2.1 'Ihom.iNT.Tuttln MruMi no Cili , . . 60 Cash K.UUSnllhau . f.ish Total $3 20 ovin : KOII HUUOLAHV. "Smith" anil "Hawkins" Change Their 1'loa to Not Guilty , The nvrest nnd accumulation of orldondo npainat Ftcd Smith nnd 1'eto Hawkins , tlio buiRlurs who plundoivd Ilusso's luird\\uo store lat Wednesday night , wu so sUUlfultj v/oilced uii by OCleciUurr mid Captain Green ns to extort n ronfc lon from the ctil- [ irlts. The thieves hiul dtsirased of imrt.of- .heir booty nt three different pawnshops , nnd : ho icst had been pqld or given away to n number of private . turtles. Carpcntots , waiters and other pcoplo had bought the stolen ( jocds. Tor belnji allowed lo sleep In the Ucpubllcan piess room ono iilghtr Smith gave Hen Flood , the foreman , a flno safety razor , besides dUtrllmtlni ; a number of locket knives ninonp the other employes. At .ho tlmo of their nrrosts [ j both amith nnd Hawkins had some of the stolen iJiilvcs nnd revolvers on their persons. When some hours Inter Captain Green con fronted thorn with the string of evidence ho ! md accumulated against them , they were islonlshoil nnd admitted their guilt. On bo ng arraigned they Hrat plead KUlltv , but lext waived examination , nnd were put under M.UOO to tippo.ir before the district court. Smith was greatly overcome and shed tears. It is hinted by the police , however , that this s not their first ollcnsu. Although both hoi s nro from respectublo families In this city , hey havp cut loose from homo and have icon lending lives of vice nnd sin under ns- mimed mimes. Smith's correct tmnio is Fred Nelson and his imreuts llvo on Eighteenth street , below Vinton. Hawkins' real name a said to be Hokitnson , nnd his father Is said .o be John HoUiinson , the constable , a most ilfulilo nnd estiiiniblo man. Hoth boys are in their twentieth year. Some of the stolen goods had been sold nt ndicuously low l\e- \ tires. At John Ncstnor's , n Tenth street uwnbioker , they sold some Smith & Wesson ruvolvcis Hint usually retail on an average at $10 each for only 5 cents. The oiilccrs h'n'O cason to believe from thu price offcied that : ho pawnbroker knew the goods wci o stolen , nml Nester was urrcstcd jcsterdny for 10- cclving stolen goods , Wai rants are also out Tor the arrest ol SchlanlcandSouuenberg , the proprietors of t.vo other pawnshops where Lho thieves hud bgcn robbed of their booty. The Ice Hrltl c nt Nlnpara lias formed and many pcoplo have nl- rutidy ei-ossod tlio river upon It below the falls. The sccno from Fulls View , where- the Michigan , Centt-nl train stop is ono of remarkable beauty and grand eur. The emerald waters of the falls , with the angry rapids abovo'and the rain bow tinted spray below , with gigantic ieielcs hanging from the clilTs and the trees and shrubs on the shores and Goat island covered with curious ice forma tions , with the wild mubs of icebergs stretching over the turbulent waters where the Maid of the Mist sails in summer , all combine to form a spectacle boldom to bo been nnd worthy of a lengthy journey. TURNER DIDN'T TURN UP. Action on the Oinahu , Yanktoii & Northwestern Railway Postponed. Two o'clock yesterday afternoon was the hour appointed by the county commissioners for hearing fiom the committee on judiciary in rcfetcnco to the calling of a special elec tion to vote $ .300,000 in county bonds in aid of the proposed Omaha , Yanktoii & Northwest ern railway , in accord with the proposition submitted by the promoters on Saturday and printed in full in the BEK of Sunday. At the stipulated time a largo delegation of citizens nnd taxpayers , generated by Hon. James Creighton on ono side , nnd N. Shcltou and D. C. Patterson on the ether , put in appear ance and Jumped on the commissioners , so to speak , with hands and feet. Loud talk was indulged in by the respective factions , and when individuals could not succeed In being heir they wildly waved their arm ? in space nnd stamped their feet upon the floor in a noisy and vigorous fashion. This kind of amusen.ent lasted until long after a o'clock , nnd cilm being restored Cuirnmn O'ivcilto condescended to call the board to order. Commissioner Mount , of the Judiciary com mittee , reported that owing to the absence of ono of the members , Mr. Turner , they were not ready to make their report and asked for further time until next Thursday at a p. m. The request was granted. The chairman , Mr , Q'Keeffe , then invited the respective factions to talk ns much as they pleased. "Hon. James Creighton said that it would be foolish for any ono to discuss the railroad proposition until it was known what the com mittee on Judiciary was to rciwrt. Ho didn't proi > ese to exhaust Ins ammunition on a blank , and begged of his adherents to spare their talk until the committee made their report. Air. Patterson asked if any amendments had been made to the proposition sent In by the Incorporators last Saturday. Commissioner Mount replied that there had been a few changes made. Mr. Creighton asked Mr. Mount if he , as one of | the Judiciary committee , was willing to submit their report to the citizens before foi mally turning It over to the full board. Mr. Mount replied that ho was. Chairman O'Koefo Informed the gentle men present that the board would bo happy to receive any suggestions they might bo prepared to make in icferenco to the building of the road , and there being no one willing to the board adjourned. The Judiciary committee propose to make amendments to the proposition of Saturday as follow s : "The said railway company shall , within ninety dajs after said election , commence the construction of said road , and continue such construction with reasonable expedition , and have graded and ready for running at least llfty miles within twelve months after said time of commencement , and shall have graded and ready for running 100 miles eighteen months after said tune of commence ment. "Tho said roadbed from the point of begin ning to bo the property of tlio said Yankton & Northwestern railway company , acquired by purchase or condemnation piocceduigs , and not by any inferior title. " Colgate's Sachet Powders , Heliotrope , Jock ey Club , and Cashmor Bouquet retain t heir delicate fragranc longer than others. Run the Trnlii too Fast , Consldciablo complaint has been expressed of late by residents of South Omaha at the i.xte of speed at which the Union Pacific "flj er" is run through the city limits. No reduction whatever is made and the tiain tears through at the rate of thirty-five or forty miles an hour. In view of the fact that there are several crossings in the city it has been suggested that the council take the mutter in hand and by ordinance fix the rate of speed ut not moro than ten miles per hour. Charles Woodworth nnd his bride have re- tuincd after a two months' tour in California and Old Mexico. CREAM MAKING Itssuperlor excellence proven In millions ol homes for moro than a quarter of a century , i U used by HID United states ( Jovornmen . Kn- ( lorsoiiliy the heads of the U real Universities an the Strongest , Purest and most Ili'tilthfiil. jir Price's Cream llakint : Ponder docs not contain Ammonia. Umo or Alum. Sold only In cans. Puiut : llAKiNti PowueuCo. HSWVOtlK , CUIUAQO. BT.LOOIS More Men Employed by tlio Railroad Companies in the United States. . A NEW YORK NEWSPAPER WRITER , Complllnc Statistics Which Will Star * tic tlio llcst Informed Citizens , Some writer In Now York-prostitiinuljr tnoio iKt'iilons thnn ntnliltloii- nroparlnii ( . - tlnmtt > on the mimbtT of lallnmtl mt-ti nt work In tlio t'nlteil States. Hq | workwus luomptril \ > y tliiMvmnrkof Clmimjo JJopow , nt 11 feu-lit imninu't ot locomotlt c ungturvrx , Hint thu Non- York ( Mitral road nlono had more thnn ten rod- nu-ntsof men In its employ. According to the work ot the stutlitlelau referred to tlio iiitlroad men. or the men at woik In all the dliroivtu liranchi'M connected with the rullroiuts In thu t'nltod States If cnthered together , would m.iko an army KK'iiti'r thnn that of Xerxes w hen ho nun lied iMitw jitl to the conquest of ( Ireece. According to his IlKiues no Kurnpean nntlon ins a stnmlliitf nrmy one half thu innnorlcnl MtoiiKtli < > r thoAnieileiiii ralliond men. mid , If ! iu U rlnht , the i.-Ulro.id men In this country , ; akcn together , p\ieed In number the lolls of Doth the union nml confeduirtH tioops of our lati ) nr milled together. If tlnslH tme it Is Indeed wonderful Hut \\hetiouo8toiM tu think that there Is notn city of any size In the coimtiy thnt does not em ploy Us lw > tof utllioadi , these NgutM do not i'in so reir KtimiKo , Oinnhn and Council llluffslth their network - work of rnlhonilstlmt stivtch cut like liinnni- fiablo t Ailnll from the center ot a circle towards thu circumference , hints a mmll miurof rail- load men and cinplojes Ihlni } vltfiln their bounds The ilter was nc\er inoro Impressed with their numeikal linpoitnnco us a compo nent pirt of tlio population of both cities than In thu course of a cunvoifutlon Hcently with Mr. William Connor , who was In tlio employ of the Union 1'nclllc for nineteen ronseciitUo jem's A machinist by tiiulc , but for home tlmo past has been taking life eiisy.lielnc now In his With year. He Is well and f a voi ably known , 10- siding In Omaha for the past ! U jenus. Dm Imj the coiuersatlon seilons subjects were talked about , among which was the health ot .Mr. Connors w ho said : " 1 have been troubled lot years with what se\enil plijvldims termed malarial fever. My trouble began w 1th a cold , and I had a high fever which continued un abated for about three weeks , which w as at tended with tnoio or less of n cough and the rising of mucus of a tough kind , and which seemed to hold on with the tenacity of a tight * Ing bulldog. 1 called In to assist nature a lend * Ing jslelan , took his medicine , but gotnoio- llof. wanting help I consulted nnothei and Mill another , among them being tlio so-called beat doctors In the city. They doped mo with guiMNi : con i.tvrii oir. AIISKNIO and other drugs , and In place of getting better I gnnvworse. I actu.tll > belUtAo lhn\o bottles and boxes enough nt home to start two apothe cary Miops. lam not cxngneintlng n paitlclo w hen 1 bay 1 had at least thlrty-HA o or forty lly blisters on me. 1 Imil pain In the fiont pntt of my head , and through my chest and In my shoul ders. My nose would stop up and made my breathing dllllcult. " "You were cettalnly In a bad wny. " " 1'es , but that was not all my tiouble. While lying down at night the mucous or plileghm would gather lnm > throat and 1 would swallow- It , which. I think , poisoned my stnmath and formed n gas , and after a while nothing that I ate would want to lemaln on my stomach , which , In addition to my liver , seemed to bo always out of order. My eyes were weak and iullammcd , and emitted considerable water at times. I had a buz/Ing and roaring noise In my head and ears , which put mo In mind or a tiulu of cars passing through a covered bridge. I would hnwk and spit almost continually , and In the morning after rising would have to gag and vomit forsomotlmos an hour before I would get my thioat clear. " "Hut yon seem all right now ? " Toyon feel as well ris you looky" queried the scribe. "Well , I should say. 1 am all right now , and thlnK I feel even better than I look. " "lly what method or treatment did you obtain the much needed relief/ " "I have been a loader of the dally papers ever since they were published In Omaha , and read the notices of the cures people had received by using Or. McCoy's treatment. 1 concluded to try him , the result Is I feel well agnln nnil am thankful there Is located in Omaha such n spe cialist us tlio doctor. 1 Ilnd both the doctor and his associates men of ability and bollove them to bo thoioughly reliable gentlemen. Mr.Conner resides at IBM Webster strcot.where he will bo glad to corroborate the above state ment. A LEADIG PHYSIOLOGIST Advances Ills Theory of Catarrh and Consumption Ills Advlco on the Subject. One of the best learned physicians of modern times , In an aitkle on catarrh and consump tion , says : "Tho tiontment of consumption has made gieat advances by the Intioductlonof now remedies , and has enabled the close student and specialist to establish indications for remedies long In use , so that by their methodical applica tion better results are attained than weio for merly gained at a time when consumption and cancer were regarded as edunlly Incuiuble , and weiehomowhat similarly treated. "Tho treatment of consumption demands n careful avoidance of all agents calculated to cause hyperemln of the lungs and bronchial catarrh tarrhI'ersons in whom n tendency to con sumption Is suspected should bo treated with the greatest care and attention. "Finally , whenever there Is the slightest sus picion of a predisposition to consumption , every cntariuli. no matter how blight , should bo treat ed with the utmost cine , whicli must not bo ro- la\ed until the catairh Is entirely well. This i ule , so obloiib Irom our point of v lew , Is very frequently violated. "Many patients fall a victim to the deeply rooted prejudice that a neglected catarrh never leads to consumption. IN SIMPLE FOKM. Popular Explanation of a Matter Usually Veiled In Technicalities. In this connection there can hardly bo a more Interesting subject than thu ultimata Directs of catarrh upon the healing. The processes of this disease In poisoning the breath , rotting away thedellcato machinery of smell and taste , pols. oulng the lungs and the blood , and passing Into the stomach , enfeebling thu digestion , vitiating the secretions and polluting the very fountains ot life. AH this has , perhaps , been very gen erally discussed , but the very frequent elftct of mUnli of the nose and throat upon the healing has not been touched upon as often as the sub ject wan ants. A \ ery little study of anatomy w 111 show the reader that the junction of the back passage of the nosoand the upper pait of the tin oat Is con nected with the ear by n minute and delicate passage - sago known us the Kustachlan tube. Along this tube the catarrh.il process extends , producing congestion jind lutlammatlon. lly the further extension of this process to the mucus lining of the tympanum of the ear Is caused. In some cases , slight foims of catarrh of the middle ear , and in tills waypaitlal or complete deafness may In llko manner result from the thickened tissue encroaching upon the mouth of the Kustaohlaii tube. 1'artlal or complete deafnef s may albo result from catairhal Interference with the nasal breathing , depriving the ear of a proper supply of pure air or from the cilects of obstruction In tlio nasal passages , causing unduit ru Hh'u- tlon or condensation of the ulr In thu middle ear , In such cases as these general remedieswhich are of euprescilbed , prove comparatively In effective. A euro can only be obtained by skill ful and sclcntlllc local treatment and let U bo said hero that nothing could bo attended with moio disastrous results than unskillful local treatment combined with constitutional tieat * ment and care for the disease which brouUt about the ttouble to the hearlui ; . Permanently Located , I > r , Orphan J. McCoy , late of Hellmuu Hospital , Now York , and Ills associate ! ) , lute ot t'lu ' University of New York City , til-oof Wash- Itigton , u. 0 , , have located permanently In the Haingo block , Omaha , Nub. , whuro all curable cases are treated skillfully. Consumption , llrlght's Disease , Dyspepsia , Itheumatlsm , nml M ! lieu oils disease- . All dliutsen peculiar to sax u opeciaity. CATARRH CURED I Consultation at ofllco or by mull , II , Olfico liours-y to 11 a. in. , - tu t p. ui. , 7 to 8 P , in. Sunday Hours From 9 a , a. t : 1 ; . m , Correspondence receives pnjrnpt attention. No letters aiit > wcud unljsi accompanied by it In stamp * . Adilrexi all mall to Dr. McCoy Kuuraa 111 andUll , Kuink'obuli < lln - H. CURTIS , Pan. J. HURD THOMPSON , Sie. a T Wk HT MANUFACTURERS AND DIALERS IN , B ° OTS AND COTTON LINEN A RUBBER HOSE COTTON. LEATHER A RUBBER i DELTINO , OIL. RUBBfcR t GOS SAMER CLOTHING DnUQ- GISTS' RUBBER SUNDRIES HARDWARE V SPORTSMEN'S TOY AND STATIONER'S AND EVERY KIND OF RUBBER GOODS. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH DIAMOND BRAND JHE ORIGIN AL.THE ONLY CENUINC ENNYROYAL BEWARE OF WORTHLESSlMITATIONS > ASK DRUGGIST FOR QICIIESTER'S ENGLISH. , SAFCALWAYSrmiABtE.TO LADIES , DIAMOND BRAND.TAKENOOTHER INDISPENSABLE.SOID By Alt DRUGGISTS ? " OR INCLOSE 4f ( STAMPS ) ASK FOR DIAMOND BRANDCHICIIESTtirstNUJN" . /FOR PARTICULARS ANDTAKt NO OTHCR SCC SKNAtURC ON tVCRY DOX. IN LCTTCn Or RCTUKN MAIL CHICKCTfRCtUUlCAU3 SOU PROP MADISON SaPHIW PA SIC IIBNATURCON l DW BOH PILLS a rnsM LADI IS WHO HAVC uito NYROYALPILLSWnHSUCCDS. : trad is trvACQUAixTiD WITH Tita aioonAfitT or Tml COfHTUT WLLZ. RE ( III SlXKl.Nl-IO THU Ulr TILII Ills CHICA60ROGKISLAND&PAGIFICRAILWAY Ojr re ion ot 1U centra.1 position o'.oc relation to lln i Eut of Chlc gt > , and continuum lm > t tfrmliial points Wc , Korthw.st and Sojthwoit , la the tru * mldille link In that transcontinental -jitein \ < Mch Inrltoi ami f cllt t * truyel hl truffle b tn oa tb AUmlic nd I'MlOo. The Rock IsiBcl ! mala line and branches IncluJa Chi- C&RO , Jollet , Ottawa , I.aRalle , I'torla , Urne-co , Mollno and Rock Island , la Illinois i Darrnport , Muscntlno. Waihlngton , FalrAeld , Uttumw * . Oskalooia , WcitLlb- erlj , Iowa City , DOS Moln iIndlanola\vlnter8ot , Atlan- U , KnoxYlllo , Audubon , Harldn , llutlirl * Contra anl Cornell llluffi , la lowai Oallatln , Trenton , Bt. .MepH , Cameron and KaniAi City , In Hlssourl : t.eai.'ivrorth and Atohlion , tn Kaniait Albert L a , Ulnneapoll" anl * t. PaulInMlnnosotai Watertown and Bloux Falli.l * Dakota , and hundreds of intermediate cltlos and town * . . ' /The Great Rook Island Route" " Onaranteei ir ed , comfort , eertalntr and nafotf. It ! permanent war U dlttlngnlilird tor Iti excelleneo. Hi Irldges are of utone and Iron. Its track li of .oil * . te > 1IUrolllntock ( perfect. Itipassengtrequipment bai all the iaf e t j appliance ! tbat experience has p osefal , and for luxurious accommodation * Is pasted. Its Kxpron Trains consist of superior I Coaches , elegant l > ullman I'alace Parlor and Bleeplnc Cars , superb Dining Oars , prorldlng delicious meals , and ( between Chloaffo and Bt. Joseph , Atchlion and Kansas Cltj ) restful Reclining Chair Cars. It man- agsmcnt i * conssrrallTe , IU discipline exacting "The Famous Albert Lea Route" Between Chicago anil Minneapolis and St. Pa. Is the f arorlte. Over this line Solid Fait Express Trains run , dally to attraetlTg resorts for toirlsts In Iowa and Minnesota , and , Tla Watertown and Sioux Falls , to the rich wheat and graslnglandi of Interior Dakota. Via Beneca and Kankakoe , the Itock Island offers -cperlor Inducements to trarelers between Cincinnati , Indian , apolls , Lafayette and Council lllults , St. Joseph , Atchl- eon. Loaronworth , Kansas Cltjr , St. Paul , and Interme diate points All patrons ( especially ladles and chil dren ) recelre protection , courtesy and kindly attention. For tickets , maps , folders , copies ot Western Trail , or Any desired Information , apply to principal ofllcos la the United States and Canada , or address , at Chicago , R. R. CABlf , I. ST. JOriR , I. A. HOtBUBOI , ' liiiatQlUsauM. Ota , Is * , this. Ait THE OMAHA BEE , -DEfclVEHtD TOM - M PART OF IM -BY OlIlllIKtt FOIl- 20 Cents a , Week. Seven papers a v > eek. Send your order to tlio office , 1029 P Street , Capital Hotel Building IMPORTED STALLIONS FORSALE rorcherons , Clydesdales and Shire , aho homn bred colts livery animal guaranteed a breeder Our stock has been selected with reference to both IndlUdual merit and pedigree. Somnof these horses have taken first prize at the NV biaska State Kelr , 1H87. All our horses are ac climated , and colts of their gut can bo shown. Prices reasonablu and easy terms. Is nrcesslblu by the three leading railroads of the state , II. & li. : ! ' . . E. & M. V. . and K. . * O. FKV&FAHHHAH , York , Neb DRUNKENNESS Or the Liquor Habit , Positively Cured by Administering Dr. Hollies' ( Joideii Specific. It ran bo given In a cup of colfco or tra with out thu knowledge ot the por.son taking it ; ubso- Intel v harmless , and will enVct a pennant anil speed ) cute , whet her the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic w i eck. Thousand's ol drunkards have been made ti'mporate men who Iiavo taken OoldituSpeclllo In thulr colfee with out their knowh-dgH and today belluve they quit drinking of their own free will. It neu't falls. The system once Impregnated with the Speclllc , It bucoiups an utter imposHlblllty foi the liquor appetite to exlat , Tor hale by Kiihti & Co. , l th and Douglas nts. , and IKth and rum- Ing hts , Omaha , Neb , ; A. 1) . 1'obter A ; llro. , Council llluirs. Iowa. London Granules.The | creates me. II . rtiionii imrtt : Kllmlnntcs taut vpstlito or Syphilis , Ulcers , I'lmplus Chronic SrQi&liutura | Illnnu.'I hey Imvo no pqunl lei skin ( lsunsM ) Similar tiiuiliclmi utptl In London Ho * iiltiilv with imvttryhiK BUCCPI 1'iiiit.r.v VnirrAiu K hciit hynmlllnn plum scaled imckaye , unil no dcluy on rnculpt of (1 | ier box or d tor l-'i HR cl'AKASn.l BIX noxhSTOi mil ! ANiCAU1. With oac.li onlnr re culveil for i | ; boxes HCI oiupunluil by $5. wo will fint the mmli \ or our written uuuranteo lo rotund tin money. 1C thu treatment cloei not virocl a cum rmnphlrl rroe. l.osixiv llLUICt.su AUK.scv , l.'l Cherry til. , Kansas City , Mo. E.T.Allen , M. D. , lloiacoopathlo Bpcclalbt , tit AND THROAT NOSE , CAD bpoctacJos Accurately i'rcBcrlbcd. XAMUE VL'IC. , OMAHA J.W. Barnsdall. M. D Homiuopathlo SpoalalUt , BUBO-EON Gynttwloylit and OMctrMun. 'J'olophoni 079. RAMOE BLOOIf , - - OMAHA. W , J , Surgeon and Physician , Otttt N. W Curner lull and ifoinjUs St. Omce uuQf , 10j ; UuilUunce Uloylioae , CM , Wlin ! a > VEAK , NERVOtTN. IIF.I1II,1TA < TE1 > . who In hlj FOM.Y and IG.NOH.i JV 'K hrn TKIFI.F.U nwny hlj VIOOK of 11O1 > Y , MINU and M AN HOOI > , calming exhAUitlng upon the F4 1INTAI1SN of EAKI.Y DECAY nnd perhaps TI M or INNANITY , ihould conittlt nt once thu UKI.K.IIKATKI ) Ir. ) ClRrVo , Kstnlillnlied IfUl. Dr. Clnrko ha rondo NI KVOIIN DE- RIMTY. f'HRONKl ntiil all I > l Ni e of the UENITO UKINAUY OrauiiB a I.lfo H'.udy. It innkei MO dintrcnco WHAT you bnve taken or WHO hns frilled to euro you. C3-FEMALF.N f UfTorlng from dlsense * p cu < liar to their tex can coinult with thr aisuranco of ipecdy relief and cure. Bend 2 cents ) pottage for norki on jour dltca ea. KrScnd i ocuti po tRKO for Celcbrntcd Worh * on Cliroiilr , JNttrvoun and I > H- cnt Dlsoaiej. Consultation , perannal'r or by Utter , ( Vo . Consult tlio l l Doctor. ThonsmniU enrol , oaicn nnd pitrlam prtvnto. * rThose contemplatltif ; MnrrldK * end for Dr. Clnrke'si colebratort guide MfslA nnd Fomnlr , each 15c. , both 25c. ( tamps ) , neforo confldlng your case , consult Dr. CI.AHKE. A friendly letter or call may save future suffering and slmmo , nnd add goldeU yean to life.Book " I.lfp-s ) ( Secret ) Er. ror , " Me. ( stami > s ) . Medicine and wrUlncg Kent orerywhere , secure from exposure. Hour ) , B to 8 ; Bunda > s , U tn 12. Address , F. D. CLARKE , M. D. 188 So. Clark St. . CUIOAnQ. ILL. Health is Wealth ! Iii ) , r. . C. AVrst's Ncnvii AND UIIAI.V TIIKAT- MCNT , a Kuaranteed spocllle for Hysteria , Dizzi ness , O.-nvnlsions , Fit" , Nervous NeuralRla , Headache , Ner\ou 1'roslratlon. caused by the nsu of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefnliu'ss , Mental Depression , Sottenlng of the Drain , losultlnp In Insanlty.nnd loading to mlsory.decay and lU-ath , 1'iematuruOld Ago , llarienness , Loss ot 1'owcr In either sex , Involuntary I/ossca and Bporma- torrhci'a cnitscd by over-eVeitlon of the brain , helf-abuse or ovcr-lndulKcnco. Kach box con. tains one month's treatment. $1.0) a box , or six boxes for JS 00 , sent by mall prepaid on rccelp * of price. AVI ? GUAHANTKK SIX I1OXE9 To cure any cnso. With each 01 dor reci-h od by ns for sK boxes , accompanied with ? . " ,00 , wo w 111 wend the purchaser our wilttcn uuarantee to re fund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only liy C. V , GOOD' MAN , DiiiKKlat , Sole Agent , 1110 1'arniim Btrcot , Omaha , Neb , iUR 1742 Lawrence SL , Denver , CoL Of the Missouri State Museum of Anatomy , St. lionla , Mo , University College Hospital , Lon don , Gleicn , Germany and Now York , ha > lus d'voted their attention SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF DISEASES. Moro especially those arlslm ? from Impru dence , lin Ito all HO suirt'rlutf to correspond M lth out delay. lImja- ) ot Infix tlon and contusion cured satoly and spei'illly without nso of dan- Kerous drugs. 1'atlents whoso cases have boon neuk-cted , bndly treated or pronounced Incur able , should not fall to wilto us conct'inlUKthuIr symptoms. All letters receive Immediate attca- Ion. JUST PUBLISHED , And w 111 bo mailed FUKK to any address on ro- cilpt of one ! J-cent stamp , " 1'r.ictlcal Observa tions on Ni'ivoua Debility and Physical Kvhaus- tlon , " to nhlch Is added an "Kssay on Marriage riage- , " \ \ 1th important chiinturx on diseases of. thu Itcinoducthe OiKiins , the whole formlncu MilualilH medical ticulisohlcli should be read by all j OUHB men. Address DRS. S. & D. DAVIESON , 1712 Lawrene Si , , Eenvor , Col. T. B. HAYNES , ---on STENOGRAPHED , Third .ludlt'.il Dlittlrt. 3T CHAMIIICU Ol' ' COJIMI'.UC K. auona U. S. DEPOSITORY , OUAHA , 1IS3. Paid Up Capital , - $ iOOOOO Surplus , - SO.OOO H. W. Y.w in. T'resldunt. LhW la H. IU.KD , VIci'-I'roHldcnt. A , II. Tou/.u.i.v. Slid Vice I'rcul lent. W. II. B , Ili'diiiif. ( 'ashler , UlllKCTOIIBl W. V. MflllSV , JOIIVB Cdl tINS , 11.V. . VATE . I.MVH S , UUKU , A. U. TOUX IMM. Banking onico THE IRON BANK , Cor. 1'itl. am1.1'arnani btn. AGoii'jrnl UaitBlnt ; Jluili.jsTiansaced. : FOR SALE. Tte Kearney Lai Otto ct Kearney , Kcli. . The oldest and ben eititMl.itud Ke.il J : tnt9 and I.onn llusincia In ( 'ennui Nfbiakt. ; l novr fnrrals utter Itttirj' runtiiimius own. erihtti itud in.ine.ieinnt ; , ol : ncvomit of fulling healtii. ( lou.l JioiiMi urupoi'y < un fie wlih 16 ANofA'.t > - ' . > oilh ot mudj and Kearavy tit ; lots Iffintfj Tlio Ii.ft r.oy Ijanil Ol'Jcc ,