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TEDS OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY MAY 15. -StWEEN PAGES.
Cloak and Suit DEPARTMENT NOVELTIES ACCORDEON PLAIT Skirt Suits In all the most popu lar fabrics ; Black Lace Suits.BlackSurahSuits i * and Black Gros-grain Suits. WHITE Lawn Suits Thestylesthis season are prettier than ever and the prices much lower. Tea Gowns , Wrappers. An endless variety of Tea Gowns and Wrap pers in every suitable and seasonable mater ial. Ladies will be aston ished at. the bargains they can obtain in this deoartment. Bargains Bargains In our Children's DEPARTMENT One thousand Child ren's Suits , all sizes from 2 to 10 years in French Ginghams Chambreys and other choice wash materials at $1,25 , $1,98 , $2,68 , all worth twice the money. HAUTENOUVEAUTE Lace Wraps The Princesst the Empress of Austria , La Tosca. A beatiful assortment of Je t Wraps ranging in price from $2.98toS30 Traveling Wraps In all new designs ; Peasants , Connemarra Cloaks , Raglans Direc- toire , New Markets and Ulsters. TRAVELING MEN 01' ' WAR. Secretary Prootor and His Aids Welcomed In Omaha. AN INSPECTION OF BELLEVUE. A Visit to Fort Uinnlin , to the Bee Building nnd an Hospitable Spread at the Union * Club. The New Secretary of War. Yesterday morning at 7:30 : o'clock the tpccial train containing Secretary of War Proctor and his party arrived at Gllmoro , on the Union Pacific. At that point the secre tary , General Schoflold , General Crook , Gen eral Proctor , Colonel Barr and Lieutenant Bchofleld disembarked for the purpose of viewing the several sit'os offered for the now Fort Omaha , as also a rillo range now located in that vicinity. About an hour was con sumed in this way , after which the party took a special train for Omaha. The party was accompanied by a reporter for Tin ; BUB , who asked the secretary how the Bellevue alto had Impressed him , nnd , after consider able deliberation , received the following an swer : "It Is a vary nice-looking piece of country , nnd would probably not bo objectionable if It is discovered that u re-locatton of the fort is necessary or desirable. "You do not feel Ilka enlarging upon the subject , then , Mr. Secretary } " "No. I will have to sit , down and deliber ate. There are many things I must consider before expressing myself.1' "What Is tha appropriation made for this purpose ! " "Two hundred thousand dollars , I think , isn't it Konor.il , " and the secretary turned to General Brooke. "Yes " the latter "f.'Oa.OOO. , replied , . . one- third of which U designated for purchasing. Duriwscs. There are 4AO acres in the tract we looked at , and It Is hold at f H5 per acre. " General Crook was also Interrogated as to what his Idea of the now site might bo , and said that It all looked very pretty , und might look much bettor If it was improved with buildings , trees , shrubbery , drives , wulUs , ctc.v ctc.v'What do you suppose Mr. Proctor thinks of the location ! " 'Oh , that I wouldn't venture to say. He's man who forms his own conclusions , and generally divulges them at the proper time. " "How about yourself , general what do you tulnkl1' ' "It Is pretty well understood what my sentiments are. You have an excellent plant where the fort now l . To remove it would entail no good upon Omalm. The moral effect of Its present site cannot bo denied. Do you remember the dump riot wo hitd hero in Oumlml No , Well , it was the locution of the fort that probably saved the city from destruction , I cannot see any necessity for change myself , canyoul" Of course no opinion was vouchsafed. In response to uu Inquiry as to hi * jude < nient on the matter , Go irul Sohollold slnv ply remarked. "It Is ull very pretty , makes a nice picture , but us yet I haven't an opinion to advance. " Colonel Burr , overhearing the question , volunteered to observe , that ho considered the site , as fur M nature was concerned , to bo beautiful indeed , "Have there been any of the morning papers sunl outl" asked General Schofleld , und the reporter bunded him Tun Hun. After glancing over It a moment , ho ex claimed , laughingly : "Hello , liorc'a a long editorial 'forninst' this buulnoisl" "Is that sol" abkcd General Brooke , "Lot nio glunro utlt , general , " aud General Hcho- fluid handed him the paper , Ho plunged Into thu editorial with an evi dent eagerness , quickly breaking out. . . "And yes , general , " turning to Sohoflold , "they y that we have corralled you to help us out. " Then they all smiled audibly , and Mr. Cl'trko ' ventured : "Bui you knew , Rcntloui n , th t TUB Una s always unhappy , if ho isn't getting nil the lionoy. " Than , Mr. Clarke laughed immoderately , but subsided on General Schotleld's ' remark ing , as ho glanced significantly at the re porter : "Woll , If TUB BEE doesn't always got all ; ho honey , It never falls to have somebody iround when somebody else Is reveling In Iho sweats. " Again they all laughed. The party reached the Paxton about 10 o'clock , wucro they met General Drum , General Williams. Lieutenant Bliss and Mr. Partridge , secretary to Mr. Proctor , who had preceded them. An informal reception took place in which all the noted gentlemen were met by many of the leading citizens of Omaha. Carriages were subsequently taken and a drive to Fort Omaha in which a num ber of local oQIcora was taken. The uarty was received at the fort by Colonel Flotchcr , and u review of the troops of tlio garrison Immediately followed , and still later the fort and quarters were inspected. At 1 o'clockt the distinguished visitors returned to the city and paid u visit to TUB BII : building under the escort of Mr. B. Rosowater. Mr. Proctor nnd-his distinguished suite made a thorough inspection of the new structure , visiting each department from the ground llttar to tha brick roof. All were most lavish anu enthusiastic in their expressions of delight - light and astonishment at the magnitlcenco of the building , In its Imposing ex terior , nnd oven to the smallest ao- tuil of internal arrangement. The hon orable secretary of war was partic ularly profuse In his praise , pronouncing1 the structure ono of the handsomest nnd most superb ho had over seen , Ho ascended to thereof roof , and spent some fifteen minutes or moro there with General Brooke , enjoy ing the exhilarating scene environing this lofty observatory liUo a beautiful panorama a perfect blrd's-oyo view of our lovely city and ltd surroundings for miles around. Mr. Rosewater was repeat edly congratulated upon the uniform ole- gunco ot every dotnll of Tin : BII : building. Generals Scholiold and Williams joined with the rest of the party in Its apprecia tion of the structure , and wore of tha satna mind that the army headquarters In It were much liner tliitn those now occupied in the Pullman building in Chicago. Colonel Henry was delighted with the roof nnd re marked that ho could camp upon it , nnd General Brooke said that it was large enough to enable him to drill troops upon it. The visit of Secretary Proctor and party brouuht together u number of old compan ions In urins , the meeting of which was the occasion of much pleasure. L. D , Richards , of Fremont , who was an orderly to Proctor during the war. came to the city especially to meet him , Major John V > ' . Barrlger , chief commissary of subsistanco in the Depart ment of thu Platte , was chief commissary to General Scholiold during the war. General Williams , who was located hero about six years ago , was mot by a number of old friandft and welcomed on his Hooting visit. General Drum says that Omaha Is the bust n.tvod city In the country , hotter oven than Washington , because , white there it is all us- pliult , here there Is a largo quantity of dur able stone pavement. Returning to the carriages the visitors were escorted to the Union club where another informal reception took place , This was followed by a magnillccnt banquet , ut which seventy loading citizens were present. At Its conclusion Dr. George L. Miller , on behalf of the club , shook hands with the secretory and said that no was no stranger to them. His reputation had preceded him ana the sound and solid sot of western men , gathered to do the secretary honor , gave him u most , hearty wuKviao und wished him God spaed. Secretary Proctor thanked everyone very much for the kind at.d hearty reception ac corded , mid went on : "My companions hero who have devoted - voted their lives to the service of the country , anil won such great distinction , may well have accepted such a greeting as personal In it * nuturo. I cannot as far us f um concerned , bnt I take this murk of res pcct to an onlcor of the government as an evidence of your patriotism , and I thank you in that spirit. I hope to bo able to repeat this visit and to have more time to spend with you. " The remarks of the secretary were vigor ously applauded , and Dr. Miller voiced the wish of the company to hoar a few words from the lips of ode of the most distinguished that ever fought tha battle * of the An Extra Department An elegant line ot "We have the largest lor Fregoh stock of Infant's Hand \ Hosiery , Complete Embroidered In black , colored cotton - ton , lisle and silk , and Outfits TJndjerwear our prices are known Come and see this line At very law prices. to be low- SPECIAL SALE * ON MONDAY ONLY , OF FRENCH CHALLIES , At 45 Cents a Yard. Positively MONDAY Only. To THE OMAHA PUBLIC ; We wish , to call your attention to the estab lished faCt that our Mourning Goods Department , is complete in every respect ; and that our prices lor these goods , are lower than any- else. HEYMAN & DEIOHES. union , General Schoflold , who spoke as fol lows : "Gentlomon , I thank you with all my heart , and wo Who have been hero hoforo and received your hospitality and attention , know that the motive of this reception is deep-seated in your hearts. Wo are not fel low-citizens , but are all comrades. Wo have Happened , on our travels , to como this way , and we might seize the occasion to aay that Oinahu has certainly boon greatly appreciated - atod , and whether the government gives your city one now post , or llxes over the old one , or gives an old and a now post , the mili tary authorities will certainly do the best they can for the city. Immediately after adieux the guests took carriages , were driven to their special train and loft ut 4:30 : o'clock for Chicago. Urovltle9. * The flreraon netted $1,200 at their late ball. Fred Baza , the blind man , and his de mented wife , who were arrested , Friday night , were released , yesterday. The perjury case against Wcstcrgard , the garbage collector , will bo hoard in police court to-morrow. Kev. Dr. MacDonald Is in the city on a short visit. Ho is stopping at the house of his friend , Dr. Munil.y. Prod Zozulak and Mary Bozousok were united in marriage by Judge Borka yester day afternoon. M. A. Dillon has applied to the license commissioners for a permit to run a drug store at 1923 Lake street. Judge Berkahas dismissed the case against Woodmansco , charged with keeping his sa loon open after midnight. The police commission mot last n ight for the investigation of charges against Ofllcers Murphy and McMath , but adjourned for one week without taking any nciion. Eddie Johnson , three years old , was found on Fourteenth mid Farnom street , yester day , und taken to tno police station. Ills pa rents live near Fort Omaha. A warrant lias been issued for Gus Shultz and u number of toughs who had n free-for- all light in Shultz's saloon on Tenth street , Friday night. Louis Gibson , n half-witted youth , was bo- foreJudge Borka yesterday for vagrancy. Ho has Just llnirtlieu a term in the county jail , A subscription was inado up to sund him to his homo In Iowa. Gcargo Wilson , accused of robbing Bertha Smith's trunk , was dismissed by Judge Berlin , yesterday. It was a case of mis taken Identity. Judge Berka entered upon the third year of his term as iwllco Judge yesterday. Ho 1ms not been absent from his court a day , holidays not cxcopted , Curing the past two yours. The Paxton association social club gave a musical solroo mid -strawberry festival at Central hall , on Friday evening , netting a neat sum for the bonctlt of St. Philip's church. Articles of Incorporation of the Showultcr Mortgage company were Iliad yesterday with the county clork. The capital stock of Uie now concern is 1500,000 , anu may bo In creased to $1,000 , ( OJ. The Incorporators are A , P. Martin , Oliver L , Uriggs and William W. Burrago. The railroad committee of the board of trade , which has the union depot ana bridge mutter under consideration , met again yes terday afternoon. The committee will umlio a report at the mooting of the board to morrow night. Mr. Harker , the Tenth street tlokot broker , received u counterfeit $10 bill from a wealthy stock dealer from Wnltumn , and the bogus greenback had passed to a third party before its nature was discovered. It was returned through Mr , Parker to the stock dealer , who said ho must have received it in Chicago. At the elegant hat store of FrcderlcK & Co , are just opened the summer styles of Dunlap'a now color Dorbys , und finest new style straws from the most celebrated makers in America , pronounced by con > noisseura to bo perfect. A Dwlo's Triumph. Ghtosgo Herald : Charley , my boy , congratulate mo , " " What about , SwellbyV" "I can tuko u drink standing upat the bap without removing my oyo-glass. It's a great trick to screw up your eye und drink too , donh boy. " Coming Biennial Session of the Grand Lodge , A. O. U. W. DEATH OF A KNIGHT TEMPLAR. Installation of Woodmen A. O. U. IV. Anniversary South Oinalm Fra ternities Pytlilan I'olnters Daughters of Hobokah. A. O. U. W. The bi-annual session of the grand lodge , commencing ut Ha&tings , Tuesday , will elect ofllcors and effect some minor changes in the by-laws governing the grand and sub ordinate lodges of the state. The committee on laws has not recommended any radical alteration of existing statutes and none is expected. The business to come before the grand lodge will proimbly require two or tnrco days of attention. James W. Carr and S. R. Patten , past grand master work men and supreme lodge representatives , and the delegates from this city , comprising William Turner and George K. Butler , of No. 17 ; Henry Creighton , J. C. Putnam , Cramer and N. W. Charles , of No. 38 ; George Weber , ofOGP. ; H.Johnson of 93 , and Mr. Jaskolik , of South Omaha No. 00 , leave for Hastings to-morrow. A prominent member gave it as his opinion that a few changes in the laws would bo made , but that in all probability revision would cover the work of the session in that direction. The committee In charge of the recaption and entertainment of the supreme lodge met Friday in'tho ofllco of Dr. S. R. Putton , und made progress in the work. In Tun BEI : for April 14 appeared an arti cle signed "Iowa Workman , " written in the interest of the suspended organization of the A. O. U. W. In Iowa. The article , very properly , starts out with an apology , mid after calling attention to the fact that much hail boon said on both sides of the A. O. U. W. question in Iowa , says : "It Is questionable whether any good can como from winnowing the chad of six years litigation by discussing ttio source of the dif- ilcultji" It is not at ull qncstlopablo , Mr. "Work man , " for you know tliniHho more this ques tion is agitated and the' ' moro familiar the public becomes with the1 tuuscs und "source of dlfllculty , " the less tyour chances are for securing a populur ' 'verdict , notwith- ntaiidlng you obtained"1 one from a court whoso decision virtually < ls that you are uu insurance company uuriinnd simple. "Iowa Workman" also aeknoxvlodgos In bis article that the members of his organiza tion aru not rccognUcd'as ' members of the A. O. U. W. fraternity , outside tholr own special circle. Until now they have been posing before the public rts a part and parcel of the great brotherhood outside of Iowa , This shows that the troth will out. The mills of the gods.grind Blow , But they grind oxcpCdinc fine. In view at their tornipr status ana preten sions , the writer would Lask any one in tholr ranks , but more particularly the editors of their paper , the Iowa XJ'-orkmau , to answer the following questions : Did you obtain your grand lodge charter from the state of Iowa or from the supreme lodge ! If from the former , why was it nec essary to embody in your articles of Incor poration the words , "By authority of tha supreme lodge ] " If from the latter , what authority had your grand lodge to change those articles , Ignoring the power and au thority of the supreme lodge ! Your representatives to the supreme lodge exorcised more inlluonce in the enactment of the relief law than did those from any other one grand jurisdiction , yet the vury 11 rat call under the law for 10 cents per mem ber your grand muster refused to Issue until after he had boon suspended by the supreme master workman , when bo Issued a circular to each of your subordinate lodges' stating that a call bad been made for $1 per mem ber. Prior to assuming the duties of his ex alted position he voluntarily took an obliga tion pledging obedience to the edicts and laws of the supreme lodge. What right bad ho theu to Ignore that call , or what special privilege had been accorded to your grand lodge , over other like bodies , that gave you the right to violate with Impunity , that or any other law , and retain , as you claim , the nnmo A. O. U. W. i If the order possessed fraternal features prior to your suspension , wliy did your at torneys seek to prove the contrary ! If they were not in existence , tnon why do you claim thorn now , in seeking to impress the public with the iden that you were a part and parcel of that great brotherhood , to bo found throughout every portion of the United States and part of Canada' Has the decision of the supreme court , of which you are so proud , and upon which you lay so much stress , restored you to any of the privileges forfeited by yonr suspen sion } If so , please state when and what privileges were so restored ! If you are a part of that great brotherhood , nnd believed in fraternity , ns you profess , would you still sneeringly refer to a portion of it as Gralmmitos ! It is well known that W. n. Graham stands high in the councils of the order , and is the present foreman of the supreme lodge. Our numbers now approximate 820,000 members , all of whom are boliovcrs in the spirit and practice of fraternity , upon which foundation this michty structure has-been buildcd and will bo perpetuated. Council Bluffs , Ja. J. F. WHITE , M. D. Toniplnr. Past Grand Commander Frank Noely , of Waterloo , la. , is dead , and will bo buried to- dav. The news of his death will bo received with sorrow , for Mr. Neely was well known and much loved. There will bo a largo gath ering of Masons from over Iowa at the funeral. Mr. Nccly was elected grand com mander at Marshalltown October , 1873. * Moilorn Woodmen. Mnplo , the now'y ' organized camp of North Omaha , mot , Wednesday , in the hall of Omaha Camp No. 100 , and with the assist ance of Head Counsel Matthoy , installed the onicers. The novices In the wielding of the axe , observed the exemplification of caino work by the oldest organization. There were about one hundred persons prcsqnt , In- eluding Hazel Campers from Council Bluffs. The order was to extemporize speeches and have u god time. The Woodmen of western Iowa nnd east ern Nebraska are arranging for the creation of a cabin at the Chuutauqua encampment. I. O0. F. A banquet was served , Friday night , at the meeting of Alpha lodge No. 41 , Daughters of Rebecca , South Omaha , and a very en joyable evening was spent. Filial arrange ments wore made for the social to bo given , Friday evening , the 17th. The general com mittee of arrangements are Messrs. J. B. Krlon , Joseph F. Rybak. and John A. Nel son. Music committee. Messrs. II. Hoyman , John A. Nelson und Rudolph Hartz. The refreshment committee are Mesdames II. Herman , John A. Nelson , James E. Carlln and J. B. Brian. The literary and muslo committee are Mrs. D. F. Dayloss and Miss Mabel Silver. Uecoptlon committee , Mesdames - dames John H. Wallwoi-k , David Anderson and John A. Nelson. Floor committee , Mr. II , Hcyman and Mcsdames Kudolph Hartz and William A. Anderson. Door tender , Mr. A. H. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Nelson will lead the grand march. The South Omaha orchestra will furnish the muslo. A reception will bo held , and then refreshments will bo served. The musical and literary entertainment will bo as follows : rnoaiuMJin. Quartette . South Omaha Glee Club Messrs. Alfred A. Gurry. James C. Corby , John Wakoly and Leo Trultt. Recitation . Miss Kttio Erlon Vocal solo . Mr. James C. Corby liccltatlon . Miss Cora It Smith Song . Glee Club Recitation . Aliu Barbara Hoyman Duet. . . , . Dr. and Mrs. W. li. Slabaugh Vocal quartette. . . . , . . , . . . . . . . . Glee Club Dancing will then bo the order. K. of P. District Deputy Rnyner Installed R. H. Bloso and Thomas Thornton as prelate and keeper of records' and soil of Good Samar itan respectively. This . bocauio necessary ou the removal of F , M. Sheoley , tuo former CORSETS. 3 doz French wooven 75C ' Regular $1.25. 6 doz white and drab 45C Regular 75c , to close Only the very .best durable r -AT 75C , $1.00. $1.25. Complete line of ( L P. ui P. D. in all sizes , and colors. Lace and J y and Cloves an immense stock in all colors at Print ; . koeperot the records and seal from the city , and the inability of the former prelate , C. W. McCoy , who resides at South Omaha to cover the distance and attend to the duties of the ofllco. A now ledge has been organized nt Crete. Oriole is well located in its now hall in Bqyd's opera house. Colonel Hicks , of the Iowa Third regi ment , was in the city last wook. . Dr. Samuel Cooper Charlton , editor of The Knight , Columbus , O. , is dead. Ed. B. Finch , DDGC. , of Kearney , will institute Mazoppa at North Platta. A lively Interest Is being taken by Omaha sir knights in the coming encampment at Columbus. It is probable that n largo representation of the Omaha regiment will uttond the Omaha und Council B lulls Chautanqua as sembly on what has been designated as Knichts of Pythias day. Trojan division is making an effort to as sist itself. Friday the lirst meeting of the division In a month occurred , and so much business was unearthed that a special meet ing Monday to dispose of affairs was as. signed. The uniformed rank , of Council Bluffs , will have an encampment in that city , May " 0 and " 7 , and a largo number of sir knights nreoxpocttod to title ml from eastern Nebraska and western Iowa. It will bo quite an event in Pythian circles , and n great deal of in terest is already manifested. The ladles of Omaha division have com pleted tholr arrangements for the proposed unrnar , and will make a grand display of goods on that occasion. 1'liu bazaar will bn held at Goodrich hall May 2'J and continue four days. Numerous rafllos , awards by popular votes , und other attractions are promised. Arrangements for the ball , social and re ception to bo given In the ledge rooms , Thurs day evening the 10th , wuro completed and the following appointments made : General committee on arrangement ! ) , Messrs. Alfred A. Gary , T. C. Marsh and James H. Bulla. Music Messrs. John D. Robinson , G. Houthor and Ziba Crawford. Printing Messrs. Alfred A. Gary , C. T , Van Akon and Courtney Horino. Refreshments Messrs. James H. Bulla , Arthur N. Shrlvor and John Burda , Programme Messrs. Arthur W , Saxo , T. C. Marsh and R. A. Carpenter. Reception Messrs. N. B. Berry , Mayor William G. Slonno , John S. Walters , John D. Robltlson , Samuel G. Wright and A. J. Baldwin. Floor Messrs. Arthur W. Saxo. James W. Ball , Alfred A. Gary and Fred Kern. Master of Ceremonies Mr. Arthur W. Suxe. The Union Stock Yards cornet 'band will furnish the music. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Saxo will load the grand march. Refreshments will be served In the ledge dining room , J i. : P. Courts Mnglo City , No. 104 , and Teutonla , No. 105 , South Omaha , will turn out Tuesday evening , under Deputy High Chief Ranger George J. Soltrer , and attend the ball of the brethren in thin city. 0. it ! or A. P. J. Ewlng has gone to Chattanooga. Tcnn. , as a delegate to the supreme council of the Catholio Knights of America. # * h. or n. E. E. AllUon , grand treasurer , and D. E. Howlaud , grand secretary , of the northwest ern Legion at Honor , were In the Bluffs the past week on a business mission. * 1 , O0. P. All of the subordinate lodges In Tow a ore busy adopting now by-laws to coincide with the now constitution adopted at the la t mooting of the grand lodge. The now con. utitutlon was fathered by Herman Block , of Davenport , and U regarded as an Important change in Odd Fellowship. The lower lodges are rushed vrltfi degree work , and will bo for several week * . _ A. F. & A. Of. Tha meetings ot Nebraska , No , lf are now bolig bold the flrai Tuesday ot the month in tub Barker building. SKIRTS. We sell the best and cheapest Colored Skirts in the world. From SOc , upward to $3. all guar anteed to be Great Bargains. BLACK Sateen Skirts at $1.15 , worth $1.50 at $1.5O , worth $2.0O at $1.75 , worth $2.25 Muslin Skirts Plain hemstitched and with tucks 50c , 6Oc , 70c and $1 , JERSEY FITTING Gauze Vests in ecru and white 25c. RIBBED JERSEY FittingVests 25c also an extra fine Uool for Ql Exploited n Torpedo. A number of boys playing near the Web ster street depot , among whom was Henry Dean's ' twelve-year-old son. found a largo percussion cap used on the tracks for sig nals , which they battered with chunks of rocks. The result was an explosion , and one of the Hying fragments struck young Dean in the groin , Inflicting a dangerous wound. Ho was carried to his homo and a physician sent for. The wound Wai probed us deep us the doctor dared to go. but the fragment of the missile could not bo found. It is thought that it has not pierced any of the vital ports. Marrlaco Licenses. Following are the murriugo licenses Usuod yesterday in the county court : Name nnd Residence. Ago. I Frank Zozulak , Omaha 28 I Mary Bozousek , Omaha 23 ( Charles Norton , Omaha 29 I Mattie Reed , Oinuha 23 j Ovo Peter Evcrson , Omaha 27 1 Annie C. Peterson , . Omaha 25 I Walter J. Cully , Omaha 23 I Mabel A. Slather , Halifax , N. S 20 I August Swanson , Omaha 25 I Anulu Max , Omaha SO KflVctlvoiicss of At the Glamorganshire assize In Au gust eleven prisoners were convicted of robbery with violence nnd sentenced to terms in prison. At the December term liftcon wore accused nnd fourteen convicted and in four cases u flogging was added to the penalty. At the March term not a single person wua charged with robbery with violence , nnd the advocates of the whip claim that it way all on account of the flog' Dunlin * ; Water. A Milwaukee man has designed an , apparatus by which ho claims that water may bo successfully burned in a cook stove or ordinary heater. < ? ties Taiiulitln Schools. In the village of Stroboek , Germany. every inhabitant IB a ohoss player , ana the < jamo is regularly taught In the public schools. You Do Not Mean to Tell uSr that Isn't custom mode : War IVt to RM a fitting suit oa an ? man n * d bar * , I will go there at once and o what Uitjr can defer for me.