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THE OMAHA DAILY BB13L-FHIDAY , AUGUST 8 , 181)0. )
A COOSIY REPUBLICAN CLBB , Orgaalritlon Perfected and Officers Elected at Ltwt Night's Meeting. AN ENCOURAGING MEMBERSHIP ROLL , J'iftliVnnl ClllxctiH Ore.-iiil7.onn Hug. llsli Itrunuli or tliu I'ei-sonnl iitM liongiiu or Nnhrn.sk a. Gnrflold hall wn < ? crowded with republicans last night when frank Hansoiu mounted the pint form mid stated the object of the moot ing was for the purpose of forming a Douglas county republican club. These remarks were greeted with loud applause , after which Mlko LOG nominated Gun-go W. MaUopenco of South Oumlm ai tompoiiiry clialrinnn. Tliero being no other iioiiiliiations Air. iSl.ikojicaeo's election wus nmdu unanimous , .As the chairman walked to the front , ho \ said. " 1 am , gentleman , first , lost nnd till J the llino , n ropubllc-m. 1 desire to do nil lu ' * my power to further the Interests of the re publican party , and , God helping me , I will. " IPor temporary secretary James P. Hayes of South Onialni was elected. Alose Q'llricn moved thut a committee of so voi bo appointed on permanent orgtmizn * tion. \ \ . V. Ilechcl moved an nmendment that the cominltteo consist ot eleven members , to be appointed by the chair , one from en ; h win-dot the oily , ono from South Omaha nnd one from the country precinct * . Air. Hcchel's amendment Wai carried and the dial i-appointed the following committee ! First Wnrd-I. S.llascall. Second Ward D.m O'Keefo. ' .Third Ward Thomas Sivobo. , Foil rth W ark AV. IP. Hechcl. ' Fifth Wnrd-I. iM. Phillips. Klxlti Ward 12. 0. Ciiopor. Seventh Ward Mike Lee. lilghthWiird Simon Ktihn. IN'iiitli Ward-IP. T. Hansom. South Omaha J. B. Krlon , County Precincts I'at AleArdlo of Me- Ardlo ptx'i-inct , Tim eonnnittco then retired , nnd while It wns " carrying on its deliberations lion. John Ij.VlHteir was called for , and for ten minutes itifulo an unthusliistio campaign speech , during the dcllveilng of which he i- wns frequently interrupted by applause , lie v. ' * i/ eulogized Harrison and Speaker Heed , and v poured hot shot Into the prohibition party. Jlopuid a glowing tribute to Richards , and urged nitre-publicans to stnnu by the nonil- new of the Uucoln convention. r- ' rJ'ho oiiiinillteo on permanent organization report--d as fijlowsi l'or chairman , Thomas Swobe ; for lirat vice piesldcnt. Dr. Glasgow of South Oimhn ; for second Vice president , * Dr. M. L. Uickott ; scci-etury , AI. L. Kodor ; trriisnriT , Mlko .Leo. Jlr. Kwobe , ui > oa assuming the chahnian- Hbip of tlio elub , thanked the members for the lionor uunfcrml , and asked lo bo excused from 1:1 nkni ( a speech. Muaea O'Urlon moved that an executive , ' . committee , consisting of ono member from ' ' each A van 1 , two from South Omaha and two f from the country precincts , bo appointed. . A rp Vitn ot Jlftccn minutes vas taken In u" order to secure the signatures of those pros- . . cut. - * , Upon reconvening the list of signatures , I- ' showing that moro tlmii ono hundred ImO * . signed , was presented and accepted. : - - . 'flip president asked for time in which to llio executive committee , and the ro- vm granted. Iccidliif ? to call the organization the _ county republican club , the meeting udjourncd , subject to the callof the president. VirtU Ward League. Lust nlghta successful meeting ot citizens of the fifth ward , to organize a branch of the personal i-lghta league of Nebraska. \\-us held in Erfling's hall , on Sliorinan ave nue , betwen Ohio nud Oorby Htreots. I1. IP. Srhmiko was elected temporary ohalr man nndI. A. AtalifatiUL temporary secro- tnry. Air. Schnnko stated that at the lint meeting cf the German branch of the league ifc had bcoti decided that it would we advisable to establish an Kngllsh- f > ] ieakliig section , and in accordance -with that determination the niceiing hud been calloa. - The chair then distributed copies of the Croat debate at the Beatrice Chautaunnnbo twcen 1'ivi. Dickie and Sum Small and lion , .1. L. AVobster anil Mr. E. Itosuwntcrof Tin _ , 13m : . Ho nUDdistributcd copies of tlio prlnci plea of the personal rights league , whlcli ' ' | P1.'V' VTIV icailwith n great deal of interest. On motion of Wr. Erfllng the meeting ad- . Journcd till next Monday night , when olilccra vlll be elected. * The VnuVyuk Clul > . > - The meeting of the independents to form Tan \Vyclcdubat the corner of Sixteenth nud "Vyilltuins failed to materialize , owing tc - n nllsuiidcrstundlng as to the time and place Is'ot over half iv dozou were present and in adjournment taken until a later date. The Sixth Warders. The Independent club of the north end" o the Sixth ward is In arms for political pur- , jwscs. Its members held a meeting n Johnson's hull 'Wednesday night , with Pete : 'Juttlo In the chair. There was considerable discussion nbout local mutters , such as de . tired Improvements in that part of the city etc. Finally ono man sprung a question : "How uro we for fjovornorl" " .lim Boyd. " was the answer , and there wns cniite a cheer , Ltiht night several prominent dcmocrnta came together nt Hans richununn's saloon corner of Thirtieth and Siiaiding htreota , mu tnlked over the i'suesof tlio day , " U'hoywen for Huns ydiunian for counellman unit Ooyi' " > . . for govcmor or "anything ho wants , " sail mi enthusiastic- friend In the meeting , ' It is the Intention of the Inhabitants of tin northern portion or the Sixth ward to keej f upjlhosu ineotings , They claim that rcnll' s > * they uro the "middle ward" of tlio Sixth , but lieiiiRu little northward , there can bo no ob lection to n , strong ilirht for a ROCK ! man Meetings will 1)0 held nt , Schumann's , corno ( if Thirtieth and Spnlding streets over } week until utter the city election. The Sacred Heart ncadomy for ( ! . . pupils , situated on Stl Mary's nvomu , and 27th 6t. , isiia Institution devoted to the moral anil intellectual education o rotinggirls. The eoursoinelucles every tiling from nn olanioutnry dopurtmont tc n ( liiuhed ulnlsslcnl oilucatlon. IJotililoa the ordinary nciidamic-il courao , music minting * , drixwiii/7iiiul / the lnnguig'O3-ar ; < taught. Fronoh is included In the ordi nary coin-no. Dltl'oronco of roligloti Is m ohstiu-lo to the rocoivinj * o ( pupils , pro vlded ttioy conform to the general refftt- latioiw of the school. The tsclioliuttiu term ooinmonces tlio flrst Tuesday in BontuinlKU' . Classes begin nt 0 a. m. , nnd pupil * nro dismissed at 3:30 : p. in. HoViuiUd n Drink. .1. O'Urlen ' laiigiilshe.-i under n charge of ns- nault nntl battery. Ho was recently ills- rhnrgcd from his position ns foreman of n giixdiug outllt , und lust evening met Sam CluiM' , ono of his former u-amstei-s , at the corner of Sixteenth nml Williams. Ho in- fisted that the latter should "sot 'em ' up , " and when Chase refused CTDrlcn smoahed him. It Is very important In this ago of vast ma- torlul projfivss that a remedy bo pleasing to the taste and to the pyo , easily tnkon , accopt- nbloto the stomach , nud healthy in lu nature and effects , i'ossesslii ) ; these qualities , Syrup of KipsU the ono perfect laxative and inosth'Uiitle | diuretic known. $20 St. Louis to Boston nnd return via the Ohio fc Mississippi railway , account ( } . .A. K. reunion , with iiholiSo of routes via Now York und Sound , stcumora via Pounhkcopslo , Hudson river bridge via Nowbur" uuil vln Troy. Tiukotd peed August 8 , 0 iiiul 10 , nnd roturnlnt ; until Boptoinbor 150 , Proportlonnlo rated from nil points west. Cull on ticket ni'onts of connecting lines or mldrcss A. J. Lytlo , ponorul. western ua-s ongor .ajjout , St. Ala. DIlOl'l'KI ) OUT 01SIGHT. . Tlio Htrnnjic u'lHnnpojirAiino of 8. I ) . * \VliltO | nn Oinalin IMiinibcr , S. D. White , tbo plumber , Ims disappeared as cfrcctimlly ta though tlio Rrountl hnd oixincdand swallowctl him. Knowing his cmponito habits nnd businesslike ways , his frloiuli feel consldnrnbly alarmed and uro using every effort to discover his where abouts , White wni lust soon ono'wock npo Wednesday - day lilght , At that time ho loft Ms sli > ) p , \vcnt over to his room In the Crcincr llnti on Jorth Fourteenth Btrcct , diniigcilhlsclotliCH , irrnylnff himself In his best nppirol , and then rocec/lod / to the Wlusor Btiiblcn , on Daven port street , where ho ordered Ills horse : iltcbeJ up , nftcr which ho got Into his buggy nnd tlrovo iiwny. Nothing wus thought of the mutter ut the time. The next morning his plumbers , six In number , reported nt the sliop nnd waited nrountl nil day Tor him to return nnd assign them to their work , but ho did not como. The next morning they hunted otlier employers und went to work. The day nflor White's disappearance ho was nwiiiiled a ? ' ) ,50U contract bv the Jlenil Investment company , hut us ho did not return to comply with the conditions of his contract , by way of entering into bond.s for the fiilth- ful performance of the work , the contnic is canceled nnd lot to another plumber. t White's shop was left unloi-ltod ixnd u largo iiinoiint of material \vns on huiid nt thu tlmo ho left the t-lty , all or nearly nil having ttseu paid for and mnnufiu-tured ready for uso. Another straiio | feature of tlio cuso is that his trifmr , i > onUiinini > a largo quantity of clothing , wis left in his room , M was nil of his prlvnto correspondence. The day Ix-'foro liu left the city ho visited Ills employes nnd most of the houses with which ho hnd been in the hulilt of doing business , ami without giving any reasons , settled most of his bills , nt the same tlmo exhibiting n large roll of money. White's most Intimate friends are of the opinion that Wednesday evening ho drove out into the coinitryas was his usual custom , and win met in some lonely spot , whcro ho was robbed nud murdered. .They nrgno that ho hnd built up a busiuojs thut was netting him fully 53,000 * u yeur , and , being without any debts that were pressing htm , ho would not voluntarily have left the city. ' 'STAG" 1-UIjIOUMIJN. About TweiityKlvo of 'JL'liRtii Hiijoy n I'lciilc ut Sarpy Mills. The "stag" picnic , given at Surpy Mills yesterday by the policemen who stayed nt homo while the big picnic was hold nt Arling ton on July 20 , was the event of the season , and was indulged In by tweuty-Uvo oflicors and u number of invited friends. The men went and ciimo via carryalls anil n * tally-ho roach , The Ancient Order of Hi bernians band accompanied tbo party nnd furnished inusle at Intervals during the dny. Tlio Ilrst event was a game of buso ball in which Captain Davis pitted his "Western Cyclones against Captain'Ellis' ' Utiffnlo Uills. The Cyclones won by a score of 8 to 0. After this the events of tlio day were as follows : One hundred yard foot race by members of the band , won bv Douglas ; slow man's race , Graham won , with Fields a close second ; amateur r.ieo , won by Bolun ; special race be tween Graham and Utoom , won by the former. In tbo special race fora purse of10 , Dave Mnhoney eariled oil' the money and the honors. During tlio afternoon the ball clubs put tip another game , nnd , us before , the Cyclones wore the winners , the score being 8 to i. In the shooting mutch for points Bloom hit the bullseyo eight times out of u possible ten. ' Returning , the excursion rojchnd the city nt 11 o'clock last night , while the baud played "Home , S Yect Jlome.- To allay pains , subdUe inflammation , heal foul sores'and ulcers , the iiiot prompt and satisfactory results are obtained by using tlmtnld reliable remedy , Dr. J. H , McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Itniisy Itoiuicccl. It Is Umpire Ilnuswlno no longer. Sccre- tnry Uocho dropped on him yesterday after noon nnd told htm in tdi > o English thirt , his services wcrono longer required by the West ern association. Ho evidently expected to hemIt , and it did not tnko him long to pre- paro'to leave the city , where his memory will live only as a frightful nightmare. Ho departed - parted on an evening tr.dn for Kansas City. He knows , however , what President Dick McCormicl ; thinks of nlm , und ho will not soon forget , ns it was too forcibly impressed upon his mind. Not satisfied with making nn exhibition of himself at the ball park In the afternoon , ho took occasion to call President Mc-Corniick to tusk on the street a short tlmo afterward. JMe- Cormlck was In no mood to bo trilled with , as the sight of Biuiswlno revived too many un pleasant. memories , and when' the latter opened his mouth the association's president swung Ills umbrella against the umpire's head with such hearty good will that the weapon was shattered nnd the victim's ' bend eiiino within nn nco of being knocked oft his shoulders. lie retired from the Held without further argument- Arrested Tor Htoaling n Herman Ilubsen was arrested last evening nt the residence of his father , T wen ty-soventl : nnd Grant , on a charge of grand larceny. James Houston , who resides nt Thirty-thin ! nud Miami , reported to the police on Friday that a thief hail stolen n new buggy from his premises. Yesterday Ofllcer Ve.asoy noticed a buggy hi the alloy in the rent of Peterson's paint shop on Sixteenth street , between ( Junilng and Hurt , nuit upon inquiry learned that It was sent to bo repainted. .As it ma n now vehicle and liaiT not been out of thu factory moro than ten days , ho thought it rather auspicious , that the pretended ownerahould want the runnlnt , gear painted red , nnd sent for Houston , who promntlr identified it as his property. A description o [ the man who loft it there led to Hnbson's arrest by Captain Mostyn and Sergeant Graves. Adolf Lalloz. carriagenunufucturer , 119 Carroll street , Buffalo , N. Y. , states : I was troubled with nnusou of the stomach , sick hendiichoimdgencral debility. I3urdockBlooi Bitters cured me. Dlstrlut Court. Anna W. .Iono i has commenced suit In the district court1 to recover $900 from Alvn B nud Llllio Cook , und also to foreclose a mort gage upon certain lots In the city of Omaha The plaintiff alleges thnt Frank Jorum" Wesley Coppooic und Lewis L. Heed hold a prior mortgage for $1,000 , and as the propertj is not worth the amount of the debt she asks that u receiver be appointed , Hyntiifc AValsh nro in hard luek. Accord ing ton sworn complaint lllcd In thootllco o the cleric of the district court lust evening , 01 April S3 , 1SW , they borrowed $11,8 U.07 fron the National Bank of Commerce , due on do niand. giving their promissory notes for the sumo. The onlcers of the b.mlc claim that the payment of the notes has been frequently do mumli'd , hut upon each occasion Kynn i ! WUsh have neglected nnd refused to nay and for this reason they have brought suit tc recover the amount. Suit Is nUo lirough ngulnst Dennis Cunningham , who endorsed for the defendants. County Court. In the county court , Judgments wcro rcn dered yesterday as follows : Ilcls va Itoth olU , frmSii ; SwUky vs Uotholtz , S2 IIowo vs I'aul , sno.OSi Kirst National haul of Schuylor vs Hoard , fcHJTi.m ; Kirk vs Ked Held , tftfo.-'S ; Meek vs Brown , fiyr.-tf ; Haw Uins vsSturgU , iJ.'U.W ; Cangh vs Johnson $3 M. 10 ; Hlch vs Thompson , Judgmeat fordo fcndnnt for costs , Oumlm Ponrl Iloiiiiny Company. The Omaha pearl hominy company Illed it.s articles of Incorporation with the countj clerk yesterday. This Is tlio cutcrprlso thn removes from Baltimore , Md. , to this city. 1 inrortwnites in this state with a capital bind offil.OOO , divided into shores of &OJ. Tilt ini'orporators are John J. Shonpurtl , John B Munuhan , William 1 . llulllo , Daniel l-'urrcll . Jr. . and William L. Bailie , Jr. The general ofilcoa are to bo located at Kas" Oiuuho. VARDECIABEDBY SQUATTERS 'he EaU Omaha Laud Company's Guards Put to Flight. A LIVELY BATTLE AT CUT-OFF LAKE. The Staking Out ol * tlio Ground * Along Ihu Itlvrr liuiik Koroi- bly ncHiniril by the SutllnrH. At 9 o'clock last evening war was doclnrod on the grounds surrounding Cut-Off luke on the river side. The East Omnlm land com pany , vho claim the right to the property against nil squatters , residents , householders , Tonco erectors , etc. , have been sUiklng out the grounds for some days past. They nl.io ind a posse of men to sco that .lioso stakes were not removed. Last night nt the hour mentioned sonic of the settlers thoupat It about tlmo for outsiders , is they called them , to quit encroachments , nnd they commenced teal-ins up the stakes. 1'licn the war bpjmn , nnd the guards of tlio East Omaha hind ronipaiiv wow compelled to beat a Imstv retreat. Ono of them , Charles S. Ullts , was very rouchly handled ; his revolver ver was taken fioia Win , Ills clothes torn nnd iu several \vnya howas made a martyr to a cause not yet settled In the courts. It was rumored that several arrests were iuacle , but at the hour of going to IM-CSS none of the rioters have been placed In durance vllo. Today will probably ilnd some of thoUut-Oit Inko citizens ijokhifj for bondsmen. A Notable Hcpoii. "For dlsordercd munsturation , nnarmia anil sterility , it may properly bo termed a specific " Extract from Dr. AV. P. Mason's report on the waters of Kxcolsior Springs , Missouri. Another Prohibition Debate. Lawyers J. T. Morlarty and Vf. A. Ander son have flung themselves into the arena , tnado dates and will proceed to discuss the prohibition question free of cost to their hearers. They have uncaged the People's thea ter , and on the uipht of tlio 15th lust , they will handle the question : "KesolveJ , That the pcndinK prohibitory nmendmontis wroii1n ( principle. " Mr. Morlarty will take the aftltnallvo nnd Jlr. Anderson the iterative. On the following night they will discuss this question : "Hosolvcd , That the paisapo of the pro hibitory amendment would bo for the best in terests of the people of the state of Ne braska. " In this debate Mr. Anderson will take the unirinatlveand Mr. Morinrty the negative. Took I' The Western printing company , dotnp ; busi ness as a railroad , show nnd commercial Job printing concern at Tent hand Farnatn streets , was taken possession of yesterday morning by 151h M. Dyer under iv chattel mortgage , Following this , the Omaha National bank liled second mortgage * against the concern , These inoi-tKUges , amounting respectively to $14,8.l.)7 : ) ! ) nnd 55,1)71. ) were Issued by author ity of the board of directors to cover money advanced the concern to ciirrv on business. The first mortgagee ) appointed tT. H. Daniels temporary ngont , to tuku possession of the plant and run the same until permanent nr rangcments are made. The Morrlsnoy Assault Casns. The Morrlssoy assault cases were called before Judge Helsley yesterday afternoon. The defendants , Kiimny , Hnsford nnd Mrs. Has f ord , were charged with assaulting the cx-pollcciimn with intent to kill and with in tsnt to do great bodily injury. These were all state cases , and were dismissed at the in- stnncDof County Attorney Mahoney , who stated that ho was satlsilcd that ttioro was nothing in them. The misdemeanor cases against the defendants are still pending , and wil } bo tried utsomo future date. An Old Woman's Storr. Ilattio Topping is the name given by a woman nearly sixty years of ago , who ap- plioJ at the police station last evening for lodging. She said she came to Oninlia in search of work nnd found a place at the Derby hotel. According to her story she tvoreod hunt all day , but when night came she was turned out without her pay. She had nowhere to go and no means ivlth which to secure lodging und was forced to apply at police headquarters for shelter. South Oiualm Hoodie Cnscw. The South Omaha city council met last night to Investigate charges against Council men .Dougherty and Rowley. The case of Dougherty was taken up , but only two wit nesses examined , neither ofwhom gave any criminating testimony. The hearing was postponed tilt next Monday evening. l > EJtSO\ JM U.I till.tl'HS , N. S. Jacobs of Chicago Is at the Murray. J. 1' . Vnnco of Crete is at the Merchants. C. E. Hamilton of Beatrice Is at the Casey. D. B. Stciuer of Now York Is at the Pax- ion. ion.E. E. J. Cooper of tes ) IV lolnes Is at the Mil- lard. lard.Gcorgo Gcorgo Logan of Salt Lake is a guest at the Murray. C. N. CJurlcy of Philadelphia is at the Murray. N. W. Ilayden of Hartford , Conn. , is nt the .Paxton. K. Drown of Central City is stopping at the Casey. C. S. Hardy of Chicago is registered at the Mllhird. Gcorgo C. Smith of St. Louis Is at the Millard - lard today. II. H. Hydoof Fremont was at the Casey last night. C. L. Graves of Union was at the Murray last night. J. Clxdor and W. II. Dlller of Dlllcr arc at the Casey. A. T. Putnam of Detroit is in the city , at the Puxton , \V. T. Dai-stow of Ord Is a guest at the Merchants. Joan Itonaldson of St. Louis la registered at the Paxton. A. M. Van Auken of Denver is registered at the Paxton. Ira Kurr and C. .T. Dart of Iloclc Island are at the Murray. E. O. j\ll \ nnd wife ot New York arc guests at the Mllhird. GeorgoB. Jllgelow of Lincoln was at the Paxton last night. J , W. Brcwster of Hastings was at the Casey last night. \V. T. Tate of Pliluvlo\v : was a guest at the hut night. 13. H. Oswald of Xcw York was at the Millard lust night. Thomas Sutton of Dcauwood , S. D. , was at the .Murray last night. J , C. Ucrson of Hastings was in the city last night , at the Paxton. 15. A. Donaldson of Milwaukee is regis tered at tlio Merchants , J , H. Mncomberof Ida Grove , la. , is in the city , ut ttio Merchants , John C. Watson and Fred II. Smith were in the city lust lilght from .Nebraska City. O. X. Davenport , steward of the Millard hotel , returned yesterday from a three weeks' ' vacation ut Hot Springs , S. I ) . Stuart L. Hnydcn of this city , accompanied by his sister , Mrs , Ashbcl Patterson , and tils brother , II. K. Huydon of Lincoln , left yes torJay for Washington In response to tele grams announcing the serious illness of their mother , Mrs. Mary E. Hayden , formerly 01 this city. A younger daughter. Mrs. Lieu tenant llaydcn. is already with her , Mrs , Harden resided hero for many years , an muny friends will be pained toknowofhci illness. _ ' Tennessee's Kluotioa. CIIATTANOOO.V , 'l'enn.v August " . Hcports from all parts of the state indicate a quiet election for county oniccrs , with a small vote polled. The farmers' nl 11 unco succeoucd In electing In some counties independent candl dates. It. J , Lea bus been elected to the supreme court by a largo majsrltyj TUa realcst rxi-ltcinont pn vails hero tonight on iccount of tbo resulLof the t-lw'ion of county niwrs today. Tfila county , which gives rdlnnrlly about OIM thousand irpubllcnn nalorlty , todnv elected the entire democrat lo ickct. The change was brought about toy ho new registration liwnnd the Australian ystcm of balloting , t Julie M per cent of tlio egru vote wiw lost by the republicans In onscmienco of these laws. This Is thn ilrst line sltico tlio war ttmr thu entire democratic Ickct has been elected In this county. Oiuahn'R Commit Kn limit" , Ciinvr.xxi : , U'yq. , August ? . [ Special Tele- ; mm to Tun IJni : . ] Seventeen members of ho Omaha munlc'lp'ai coriH3n\tlon arrived ere this morning cITrouto to the coast , They vorc ut once nindo tli < 5 guests of the city and iftcr breakfasting were tnkcu about the city n carriages to all points of inter- at. The underground system of water- vorks was closely examined. Visits were mid to Fort Kussoll , tlio Capital City park mil new Union Pacific- shop ) , jiftcr which n nucheon wns tendered to them by Governor VVtirron. The party h-ft for Portland early n the afternoon. On ileiiinlii nnd Salvador N WH. CITV OF Mr.vtco , August 7. A Salvador llspatehsnys ! "Genoral Miranda , accomplice of the traitor , Itlvus , who aspires to the ircsldency of Salvadnr , has been routed and Salvador is now free from marauding bauds. " V cipher dispatch from Ciiiatcmnla says : 'The revolution is Increasing. Oenernl trungnry , the revolutionist who eaptuieil Jhcgumaln , has increasnl bis foa-es by largo numbers of deserters from tbo Salvadoran ranks. Dissatisfaction reigns supreme and the flight of President Uaii-lllns Is looked for it any moment. " Caused Popular llt > | ilctiiK- 1'Aiiis , August 7. A dispatch from Buenos Ayressays : The election of I'dlccrini to : ho presidency has caused popular rejoicing. A decree Just promulgated wises tbo state of siege and declares for the liberty of tbo press. tlio I'ropritMiii- < l Knglncrr. .UTTr , Ind. , August" . Tills morning nt Mulberry a holler in the saw mill of John Tucoby exploded , killing Engineer Khoe- miiker and the proprietor , John Jucoby. Three others wcresorlouslv injured. * Coniiiiiiuication With Tucson Cut Oil' . TUCSON , Ariz. , August 7. Tucson is cut oft from the east by railroad washouts. There has been no train for llvo days , The damage to the Southern Pacific company is estimated ut National Dental Association. KXCIXMOII St'iuxos , Mo. , August 7. The National Dental association , this evening elected Dr. A. W , Harlnii of Chicago presi dent. A St. Louis i'm m re. ST. Louis , Mo. , August 7. The Eagle glass ' and metal'company has assigned for the bo'i- ollt of creditors. Assets , SJO.UOU . ; liabilities Jfarrlajjo Judge Shields Issued the following ntar- riago licenses yesterday : Name and address. . Ago. ( William S. Collctt , Mead. Neb 'Jl llhilly J. Liud , Mesid , Neb jAlois Vogcl , Omaha 32 jAtina Fischer , Oniiiha CO Assaulted n CoiiHtnblo. Alberta Drlffcorn.w\s \ arrested yesterday for assaulting Constable Casey when ho at tempted to servo a warrant on her. The Jrlffeorns and IMcElhattons have seemingly let up in their family war for a short time , and made common cau.io against the police force. ItKKYl'flKH. Gertrude Thornp , an inirmlo of n liouso of illfame1vjis seized with convulsions Tuesday iii htuiid was taken to St. Jo- soph's hospital , whore slio died Wednes day morning. The remains were taken to Muni's undertaking rooms , wherotho funeral wns held yesterday afternoon. Olive Branch , in whoso houseaiiss Thorno formerly lived , assumed all the expenses of the fiinornl , nnd the ne- qunintunocH of the dead girl contributed 11 largo number of uiafjnillcont Hoi-til decorations. The romnlns wore Interred in Forest Lawn cemetery , J. II. II. Iteedy , n local missionary , ollieiating , It Is astonishing how many have recruited their impaired energies by remaining * u few days or weeks at Hotel Colfax drinking and bathing in "OldM. C. " mineral water. UK AIAUR112D THE I V\VYKIl. He Also Adopt eel the Client anil I s- capcd a Illfj Verdict. "How did you come to marry ? " The question won naked by nn iicqualntanco of a prosjcrous ) .looking1 niiinotabout forty years of ugo , who sat nonr a win dow in the sitting ; room at the Gil-aril , says the Philadelphia Prois , "M'oll ; " ho replied , after a little hesi tation , "ril toll you. At the ngo of twenty-five my fulnor died. Beiiif ? his bole heir , my mother 'having died nro- viously , T found upon my hands a rolling mill in the center of the state. I took full charge of the works , but hadn't run thoin six months when n little orphan boy employed thel-o wus seriously injur ed , in fact crippled for life. Uo was un der the le * nl ago , and besides the acci dent was the result of a gross picco ol negligence on the part of my bupcrin tondcnt. "Tho child soon obtained friends to help him. They brought suit and ob tained $25,000 damages. I had retained the best counsel that I Could find , but it availed nothing. Of course wo appealed ; but the supreme court put their scnl ol approval upon the finding of the lowoi tribunal. Ono of the particularly curi ous things about tlio matter wns that the child was represented by n female lawyer , compntativo j * young and very attractive and entertaining. "Now the entire plant , mortgaged as It wns , was worth only about 380,000 ; so when the judgment has been sutlKlled and other costs and charges hud bee paid , I found myself in very tightened circumstances. "Now lunncs the curious part of the story. The femnlo lawyer shortly nftoi the case hnd boon dually settled , adopt ed the boy. Slmrp trick , oh ? Well mint-wan sharper. Si mo'nths aftorlmei the ludy at n reception. I must confess that her charms' completely cnpturoi mo , and I was ngllong in discovering that I was in lovo. Certain circmiv stances , which I need not mention , lei ! me to nt least ho'pothat my feelings were reciprocated , I lost no tlmo ii proposing , anil to iny infinite dollgln was accepted. "Wb were married nbout eighteen months after the trial and yoi can ro t assured thut from the very firs I was very much attached to our little adopted son. " And ho looked Into the faces of Ins auditors nud smiled know ingly. An Indoiiciulnnt I'M I tor. Tlio Item proposes to bo an indopend cut paper as to politics , says the Capo Cod ( Mass , ) Item. If u miserable , peii porinlnt-drinkliig politician shows his head this paper reserves the right to chuck soiuo leaded typo nt him , wliothei ho bo republican or democrat , us It Is against my principles to bow down t ( any unlit man nominated forolllco nimplj bofiiuso ho is n republican. I can tula this btnr.d because ) I do not want an ; olHco. The nlmshoiitio would io prefer able If unable to work , Mr. Hold boy ( smiling Idlllnt'ly ) The waves are using you rudely. Will you pur mit mo to assist ? you to the shore i Mis Waterly Never inirid , thntlk you. The waves may bo rude , but they are not fresh. With your nmno nnd address , mailed lethe the Swift SucclOc Co. , Atlanta , Go. , la necessary to obtain n Interesting treat ise on the blood and the diseases Incident Colt. Skin Ertrottca Otired. Ono of my cnttorncM , A highly tc pcct I and inQacntlal citizen , but who Ii now abecct from the city , baa used Swift 'a Specific vtlth cicc"r.t result. He tayt It cua-d him of A rktu cruptloa thnt lie tisil been tomcntctl with ( or thirty years , and luul resisted the curatlvo qualities of other mcillchica , llonniiTLIOO , Try -V " Physicians , Surgeons and Specialists. 14UO STKblMT OMAHA , NliD. Tlio mojt wiilcly nnd favorably Ituown spoc- InllsN In tbo Vnltcd States. Their Ion ? ot- porlcnt'o , ronmrlciblo skill anil unlvor.ial suc- i-css In tlio ttoittncnt : , mill cure of Ni > rvou , Uhronlo nnd SnrBtcnl Plsoasos , cntlUo llioao oniiiiiMit pliVblcluns to HID full confidence of tliu aHllclcd orury vrhrm Tlioy Kiiarutitoo : A CKKTA1N AM ) VOSITIVK OUUK for tlio awful cll'c'ds of oirly : vleo nnd thu numer ous mMNtlmt follow lu its train. IMHVATK , 111,001) ) AND HIUN DISnASKS SPiMllly | , conipliitoly uuil poriiiniiPiitly c-iivod , Niitvots : iiiuiitTY : AND aivXiiAi-Diij- OKDKUa yield roadliy to their aklllf ul trout- "T'lllES , l-'ISTULA AND UECTAf , ULCHllS RiiarnntriMl rnrecl without i > aln or detention from business. UVintOCKLK AND VAIIICOCELK porma- iiontly uuil succi's-fiillv i-urccl In nvory cuso. SVlMIIIjlH. UUNOltltllKA , OLEBT. Hjior- niatorrhra , Bcir.lnnl Wi-aknms , Lost Jbinliood , NlRlit Kinlsslnns , Dccnyi-il irnuulllos , IVmnlo Wuiiknosf nnd nil dolleatu cllwrdt-M peculiar to I'lthor SHX posUlvuly ciircil. a.s well n i all functional dlsurilcra that , result from youth ful follies or tlio excess of inntiiro years. Ol'ppMf | | > ] J Gunrnntui'il porimmo ntly Ollvl l U 1VL/ cured , removal vuuipleto , without cuttlns , canstlonr dilatation. Ouros nfTuoted at homo by patient wltlioUS a 1110- nient'rt pnlii or niiiioyanco. TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MtN. A Q1IP1 ? rilll" The awful elToots of /V OUKb VyUlxlvuurly vlco whloli tiring orjjanlu wp.iUiioss , dpstriiyliiK both mind ami body , with all Its dreudoU ills , pcnuuaenty cured. hue ] U'n' Address tlioso who have Im- Ui\O. llj 1 1O paired tboinsolves by Im proper Indulgence nnd solitary lublts , which ruin both mind and body , unUttlng thoia for business , study or inui'rhw. SIAUHIKI ) MKN or those ftitorln nn that iiappy life , aware of physlualdobllity , qulukly iibslstocl. DUE SUOOB3S Is bnsei ! upon facts. Klrsl 1'ractleal oxporl- unco. Hccnnd Every eii'i Isspcclnlly-studlod , thus sliirliiiR rlslif. Third Medicines nro prepared In our laboratory oxuctly to suit uuch casoi thus clTuctliiguuvcawlthoutlajury. Drs. Betts & Betts , 1409 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA. NEB. Drs. Merill & Merill , srnuii\iiisTs IN ClironlP.N'orvmn , lllood nnd Surnlerl nnd d cnca of the Uyo. Kir , Susy , Trout uu Special Attention to Jl case.s of AVe nion nn < l Clilldren , Thn doctors Imvo hnd SP.IIS nf ovMrlanco | 111 the lioHpttnUof ItriMtklyn niul Now York , nntl nru ninon the most sucot'ssl ul \\ldclyknuivn upoclfllllsu la this country. To Vnuiiu nnd > lilllc-AuniI ( Mon. I < j t Mnnbooil. NerroiH DcMllly , fporiuntorrhw , Soinlnul Uisses , I'll ilc-nl urlslni ) Jlorny , ; fnim linlli- crctlon , prOliiclnB lpeplo iiio3s iloKpumlonr-jr , plni- plofl on tliu fru'tiivorHlon to noclrty , ennlly ulHuotir- iiUHl. lurk of rontldcni'o , ( lull , mint for Hudyor biiil- DL-i.o , nnJ llniH llfu aburdcn , safely , pcrnuiiR'ntly and Biiccdlly ciircil , Kloiiil nnd Skin DlHonneq. Pyphllh n cllionsa most drcaJful In In roniltj , completely enullcatvil. ( J.'iiiu.-UriTinny Huruory. Oonorrhn" , Olei-t , Syuhllli , Hjrilrui-olo , Vnrlc-ooolo otid ytricturo rndlonhy unil eiifuly cured without ptiln or detention Irum LniMnus. , All Stixnal 7)ofor mlllUK nud Imi'Cillmcnta ' toiuurrhiKosuccussrully ru moved. All ItecUl il'0.i ! cs infoly nnd pcrrnnnonlly cured. Hours , On. in. till 8 p. ni. Humlnys. 10 till IV. N. II. Peraont nnnlilo to vlnll us innr ho troatol nt their homo * by I'unosponil IK-O. Moillclnui nud In Btructlonnnont by otpross. Consultation fruo. Sunil 4ccaUla Mtampit lo Insure reply. 218 FlfHociitH St. , Unuo lto Iloyd's Oporn Jlousc , Omaha , Ni-.t . NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT. GOODMAN DRUG CO. , 11101'lirnuni Street , Omulni , Neb LIQOOXH IN ALL THE WORLD THERE IS BUT ONE CURE DR. MINES' GOLDEN SPECIFIC. It run be fflvc-li In u i-up uf colfvff ur lea , ur IN ur * tlclr * uf fvi > d , without the knowledge ol the patient , Kaeoeiiarr. It taatxolutelbarmlesi and will eHoot a perznAtiuut and apeody ouri. wbcthur the natlint l a moderate drtaker or ntialooholla wreck. 11 JSKKi KA1L.H. it operate , ao quietly aud with tuch cer tainty that the patient uudornoca no Inoonveulcnoe. and ere he I. aware , hi. complete reCormation la effooted. 43rago boolc orpartlcularo'reo.rlupoh del KUIlNt CO. , IBth&Bougla.l.tlUll&CumlllliBtB , CO * Trade Hupplled by IJL.AKE , IIIIUCK & CO. , and JUOlliHDSON UHUa CO. . Ouiaba. rrlmirri Fcrondary or Trrtlarr ycrmancntly cured IrtCOloVO da } . . 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