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BDSIED WITH EXPERIENCES , Homeopathic Doctor * Pan the Day Discuss ing Methods and Results. PRATTE ON "ORIFICIAL SURGERY. " What tlio Ijoarnocl Gentleman Hope * for Ofllocru CliosiM ! l > rlvo About Town A Hnniiirt | Imut NlRht. f'1 The attendance at the morning session of the second day was conslJerably larger than ' t thootunlng stmloi. ' 1 Tdo bureau of surgorj xvas lint taken up , and Dr. Andrews read a pitmir , presenting a Dumber of cases which ho had treated , autl ihowlng a boy who was poisoned by onling matches. A wlcco ot nhosphorus had lodged In n tooth , and after extracting the molnr tlio sar- peon hail taken out a largo section of tbo Jaw- bono. The bono had gradually hnnn replaced , and was well ossified. The shnpo of thnt sldoof the Jaw was a little dlfierent from the other , and a slight pnrnlvsls , duo to cut- tin ) ; thu facial nerves , was noticeable. Ho favored the use of vcrratrum verldo in surgical won : to cauro cardiac depression , nnd thought tnnt after suppuration was es tablished everything would go alone well. The paper provoucd considerable discus sion , mm several of the doctors felt called upon to disagree with Dr. Andrews , who was formerly a dlsulplu of the old school. Uo re ferred to the allopaths as the regulars , imd Prof. Cowporthwalto of Iowa City , took him to task for it , reminding him that the homoeo paths were the regulars , and that Dr. An /s * % drews was an irregular until ho Joined them , but Andrews couldn't see It that way. Dr. Hanchott announced that Dr. Yates Pratt of Chicago , would Be in on a morning train and would lecture at i ! o'clock on "Orillclnl Surgery. " Ho said that several members of the old school hnd expressed a desire to hear Dr. Pratt and requested the members to Invitu their allopathic brothroirwhom they chanced to moot at tLo noon Intermission. The bureau of matcria mod lea was taiton up and Dr. Cowporthwalto read a paper on n new mcdlcinu , upiphagua , otherwise beech drops or cancer root , to bo used in tteatmunt of headache. Ho said the allopaths seemed to have nn advantage in the treatment of hoadaclio , in that thev could give an anodyne that stopped the pain , and that frociuontly the cause that brought on thu pain had disappeared bv the time the effects of the drug had worn off , and the drug wai given the credit for effecting a euro , whereas homoe opathy aid not aim at merely relieving pain , but at the root of it all and to remove the cause. Ho thought the now drug very important nnd in discussing the paper several of the members said they had used It with good effect. Dr. 11 Ings ton also read a paper on inateria modlca. Dr. Hruncr presented a clinical case , that of Mr. Thompson of this city , who is nlllicted with an anourlsmal sacculatcd tumor , cover ing ono sldo of his face and which has been growing lor fourteen years. The members were much Interested in thu case , and a. short recess was taken to allow them to examine it. Ihe question of amending the by-laws und constitution then came up and the report of the committee w.is called for. The only important changes were the crea tion of Urn oflleo of recording secretary ; the insertion of a clause providing for the expul- alou of members who are In arrears for two years' duos , who may , however , bo reinstated on payment of duos if no charges have been preferred against them ; a provision that the by-laws shall not bo changed oxicpt on a year's notice nnd an announcement of the proposed change on the ilrst day of the session. This Is to guard against any pacued meetings , ns tnoro seemed to ho a fueling that sonic such thing might bo attempted by a few ambitious members. The proposition to adopt the dodo of ethics of the American institute of homoopathv raised a howl from Dr. Kightor. who said that it dubarrod oven the displaying of n card and a lot of other ridiculous things that would not bo lived up to by the rnafnbors even if adopted. Several others felt thosamo way ni'd ' the idea was dropped for a plcasanter one. Another now provision will piecludothe admission of any now member who does not practice strictly according to homoeopathic laws. One of the doctors present wanted a llttlo more Information regarding this mutter , ns ho said that there were several members of the society who did not practlco strict homoe opathy , and ho wanted to know what was to be done with them. Ho was assured that they would not be af fected , as the rule would nut bo retroactive , and oiil" the now members would bo held strictly to the scratch In that particular. - Dr. Humphrey wanted a clause incorpor ated that would pro von t Iowa doctors from coming over hero and carrying away the so ciety and Its members , glory and all. It was demonstrated that there were no honorary members , and oven If there were they would have no voice In the meetings. The doctors then sot aside the needs of their palicnUi and an adjournment of two hours was taken to allow them to attend to their own personal wants. Pending the arrival of thoch-ilrmnn of the bureau of ophthalmology and otology at the afternoon session , the mutter of having the proceedings of the nicotine printed was taken up , but after discussion it wus decided that tbo report published In thn dally papers would do far more towntd educating the people - plo than a lot of pamphlets which would not bo read , and the proposition of tno ambitious printer was rejected. It was decided to have ' . ' 50 copies of the con stitution anil by-laws printed and the secre tary wa > instructed to liuvo the work done. Dr. 1C. H. Prntto of Chicago was Intro duced by the president and said hn was not hero to lleht , ns his fightlnc days were over , nnd ho would not go across the street to con- vlnco n man of the rciisonnblcnoss of the position he advocated. Ho could not understand - stand why doctors should put on gloves mul fight now Ideas. 'Doctors enter Into a contract with the state to bo familiar with mcdiclno and various moans of cure , If a physician is willing to take some osporlnl line of'modicino nnd devote his life to It nil well and good , but be shouldn't mnko war on every other line. How many doctors consult the diction ary to llml out what medicine means ? It means everything that will euro or heal. You fought electricity for years , you fought massage , you are lighting baths today , but each and every ono has Its uses. Wo 'know today that electricity Is gooa. and miissago his Its uses , and who shall say that tha vari ous kinds of baths as a medical treatment will not be considered invaluable In ten years mi today ! 'Tho workings of the body uro the result of peristaltic notion. When the body Is down. If the pcrUtaltio action is good the body Is bound to got up again. This action ii Involuntary. Prolonged muscular action is expensive of nervous force. You cun't rely on the intelligence of the body regarding Its own condition. When your throat is sore , you keep trying to swallow instoaU of allow ing the swollen passage n chance to relax. The gateways of the bodv , the portals or orifices , nro the places where trouble Is most llalilo to develop. "Tho human race Is driven to its various phases of wrom ; doing by disease , and It Is a dream of mine thnt the uuy ulll como when It will bo thu policy of the doctors to step In and cure criminals Instead of punishing thorn. "Wo will conllno the term urillciat surgerv to the lower openings of the body , although thn upper ones are so Important that scutntlilu men are treating lung diseases toiluy through the nose and larvnx , the Internal car through the oustachiun tube , ml the kidneys through the urethra. " The speaker thun described his methods of operation and the results thnt hnd attended bis work. Ho was very closely listened to throughout , nnd was warmly npplaudotl nt tbo close of his remarks. Dr. J , W , Streotor was called upon and ho endorsed what had been aulu by ir. ) Prutlo , although ho sulil that ho had uot hud as much experience with orlllcial surgery ns hnd the other Kontloumu who uastho father of It. Ho spoke to some length on the treatment of uterine displacements , and advanced the theory that antovorsiou ii cither per fectly normal or there Is no such thing as antoversion ami that the iuu In medical works representing ho uterus as plated nt an obtuse nuglo nro radically wrong , as the organ In a normal condition routs at an ucuto unirl" . Ho also hold that the old Idea that the uterus U sup- poruxl by ligaments is erroneous , stating that the organ rest * upon the bladder and vrnlls , and the Hiramonts morrly Kuuru npalnat nn extended dlsplncamont. It wa necessary for Dr. i'rntto to tnka tha r o'clock train for Utilcfttro , and the society passed a vote of thanks for hla visit and ad dress. The bureau ot surpory was opened , nnd papers were presented bv Dr. Iforlttall , Dr. Davis mid Dr. Humphrey. The latter BIWO the history of o gun shot ca.sc , and advlsod very little probing. In the mutter of honorary members u was decided that thuy should bo proposed by the board of censors nnd elected by a majority vote , but should have no voto. The qucntion of n cede of ethics then came up and Dr. Klgtitcr made another kick on the advertising phase .and wanted no cede adopted that would not bo enforced. It wus found noocssury to allow the subject to BO over until Morning , as the society had to adjourn for an early supper In order to take n drive about the city nnd a commltu-o confuting of DM. Dorrls , Andrews und Starr , wiw npiwlntod by the fhulr to report this morning on u cede of uthlcs. The election of ofllcers was tnkon up nnd resulted as follows- President , Dr.V. . A. Humphrov , I'luttsmouth ; lint vlco prcsl- Jont , Dr. D. II ForlsUill , York ; second vlco prasidftit , Dr. J. W. Hliifwton , North Platte ; corresponding socrotary. Dr. Illicit , recording secretary. Dr A. 1' . Wells , McCook ; trcnv urcr , Dr. O. S. Wood ; member of tbo board of censors for three years , Dr. 15. U. Andrews , Nemnlia City ; two members of Iupl3latlvo committee , Dr. H. I , I'alno , Lin- coin , two years , Dr V. D. HlRhtcr , Lincoln , three year ? ; censor , thieo years , Dr. K. T. Allen , Omnha. After a peed iintured discussion bo'weon the friends of Uontrico and Hastings as the place of holding the novt convention , the former cltv can led oft the plum , In consequence quence of "which the doctors will talfo a bath in thu Hltio next.Mine. Kesolutions of regret touching the doatns of Dr. 11. Curscaddoti of York und Dr. C. M. Dlnsmoi'o of Omuha were adopted nnd ordered spread upon the records , and the doctors hurried out to prepare for tholr car- rinno drive. Tno siqht-scolnp tour about the city lasted nearly two hours , and the tourists visited Ilnnscoin park , throuch which they were driven , nnd thence to Urowncll hull nnd back to the hotel. At SJO ! they resembled in the hotel parlors to listen to the address of 1'rof. . .1.V. . Stroeter of Chicago on ' 'The Ideal Doctor. " The parlOM were tilled nnd many were there who uro not IdcnUlicd with the pnictico of medicine. Tno speaker said that the theory of medicine is n noble science , nnd the practice of medicine is a grand art , The physician is oniv a man sot apart by special training to nlloviuto pain nnd postpone thu inovitablo. The Ideal doctor must bo learned , wise , ain- Ditinus , charitable , diligent , courageous , dauntless nnd cheerful , with the sincerest honesty of purpose. Cheerfulness is a great essential , and the man who can give the most hope needs to give the lonst mcdlrlno. Shortly after 10 o'clock the members of the society complied with the president's request to adjourn to the dining room nnd sat down to n little spread that had been prepared for them. After the viands had been disposed of , Dr. 11. F. Halley of Lincoln , who presided as toastmaster , in turn announced thu following toasts nnd respondents : "Tho Holations of the Clorcy to the Medi cal Profession , " Hov. Dr. Wilcox of Omaha. "Tho World's ' Fair , " Prof. J. W. Struotcr of Chicago. "Plio Nebraska State Homeopathic Med ical Society. " Dr. P. B. [ tighter of Lincoln. "Tho Hahnomann Society of Iowa , " Dr. P. J. Montgomery of Council Bluffs. "Bovmlne , " Dr. W. H. Parsons of Omaha. "Tho Ladies , " Dr. Charles E. Spahr of Lincoln. "Tho Gentlemen , " Dr. Amelia Burroughs of Omaha. "Woman , " Dr. B. Bell Andrews of Stella. "Omaha mid the Next World's Fair , " Dr. W H. Hanchott of Omaha. The doctors will meet this mornine to close up the business of the convention , which is the most largely attended of any ever hold by the society. HA.RKIG.YN TOOK A HAND. Coroner Holds the Second ScHsion on the Holly of Giolow. Coroner Hurrlgan was on duty yesterday nnd assumed charge of aflalrs , although some of the Jury protested against proceed ing , claiming that Sheriff Iloyd had the matter in charge. The coroner replied that the sheriff had no right to commence the inquest , nnd stated that no proposed to llnlsh what the sheriff hud commenced. The investigation proceeded , the first wit ness called belli ? Gustavo Sesomann , who testilied that Glclow hud boon at his "fam ily summer resort" at thu east end of Flor ence lake on Friday aftoi noon from J until 7 o'clock. County Treasurer Suyaor was there nt the same time. Glulow asked the witness for an advance of a few dollars on a suit of clothes ho was making for the wit ness , but the latter refused. Giclow went nwav about ? o'clock , going in the direction of Hill's saloon. The witness did not see him afterwards. Monday afternoon someone ono told him n body had boon found lloutlng in the lalco and bo wout to sea It. Ho only took ono loolc at it , but did not recognize it. The witness went to Gielow's ' store Tuesday mornIng - Ing mid the tailors tola him Giolow had not been there since the Tuesday boforo. In the afternoon ho wont to tlio store again and was told Gielow's body had been found In Flor- cncu Inko. Henry Sargent , the Sixteenth street shoo man and n noiptibor of Giolow. tcstillcd th.it ho had soon Gielow Friday morning. He de scribed his appearance und said ho hud seen the body found in the lake. The witness was positive the body was that of Gielow The articles found in the clothing on the body were identified as belonging to Giolow , par ticularly the knife , which was a very pocullur ono. ono.Mrs. . Gielow was next examined. She stated Unit her husband loft homo Friday meriting at 90 : ! ! o'clock. Ho ordered n plcco of carpet which she wanted und started out to rolled some bills. The witness fully Idcn- tlllod the articles found on the bndv and de- scribcd.tho murknn the chest. Onoof the keys found on tlin body Mio stated would unlock a small trunk In which her husband kept all his private papers. Mrs. Gloiow also stated that her husb.md was not usually despondent , but had Drooded somowhut Tnurday night ovortho fact that she had been refused credit at the grocery. She said , further , that her husband had a gold tooth. The jury desired the small trunk referred to by Mrs. Giolow , as it might contain some thing to throw light on Gielow's death , If ho contemplated suicide. Other witnesses wore also desired , and the Inquiry was adjourned until this afternoon. The testimony In the afternoon developed nothing of importance except the still fur ther Identification of the body by the widow , who examined the teeth nnd was very posi tive that the body was that of her husband. An ndjournmant wus then taken until 10 u. in. Saturday for further testimony. MIA VJUH Aliit ItHlitr. Against Him 1'rovo to Ho fJroiimlli'HH and Mulloioiin. WASIIISOTOX , Juno I. [ Special Toloitram to TUB BKK.I It Is not nt all likely that Pension Commissioner Haum will bo asked to resign or that ho will tender his resigna tion voluntarily. Knough Inquiry has boon made by the secretary of the Interior nnd others directly interested In tbo administra tion of the peuslon ofilco to ascertain that Commissioner Haum was In uo way respon sible for any of the shortcomings of his son , and that ho made no effort whatever to shield him when ho was Dually charged with peculation in ofllco. No one has found any thing to Include him in any way m the charges which li.ivo been muilo against any employe of the pctiiton ofllco. U has not beun found that u single jxmny has been cur ried or turned la u dishonest direction by Commissioner Hjum or that anything done or left undone by him can to distorted Into u connection with UIQ shortcomings of anv em- nloynot the bureau. He has bucu diligent , honest and capable. The highest possible CQiiildcuro has boon piucod in General Haunt's integrity und the recent vicious and ferocious outcry made upon the cnmmis- sioncr Is regarded In ollldal circles at well as by private citizens who have been watching the management of the oftlco hero from thu outstdo us duo directly to a growing prejudice In democrat and mugwump quarters against pensions. ( Josjlcr'aAlagloQcadacho Wafers. Cures all rntuutcs. At all Safe Arrival of the Itata at the Ohillan In surgent Port. TURNED OVER TO THE UNITED STATES , The Coimtmmlcr'8 Sagacity Saves the Transport from SHzurc Details or the FiimouH Hun Not Vet Mndc Known. NEW YOIIIT , Juno 4. The Herald prints the following special dated yesterday ; IQUIQLT , Chill , Juno 3. The oxcltomcnt nnd rejoicing recently caused hero by the news thnt the United States crulsor Charles ton had arrived at Cullao. Peru , without having so much as caught sight of the insur gent tratiHport Itata , were as nothing com pared to the sensation nnd enthusiasm cre ated today when word was received that the Itata had arrived utTocopllla. Immediately upon hearing this welcome Intelligence the insurgent authorities sent back orders to the commander of the Itata to lese no time in coming on to this port. It Is therefore believed - liovod thnt the Itnta will arrive hero tomor row. An ovation awaits her captain and her crow. The pursuit of the transport by the miser Chirloston has boon naturally fol lowed with the greatest Interest by it. ? in habitants of this town. The dispatch of the Itnta's commander was vorv brief. Wo shall have to await her arrival bore to learn the details of her fa tuous run from San Diego , Cal. I nm in formed , however , ihat thu commander of the Itata reports that ho did not sea any trace of his pursuer. It is generally believed hero that the Itata made a transfer of her arms and ammunition to the Hsmoralda nff the Mexican coast. While this rumor provnlls , it lucks conllrnmtioti Nothing , npparcntly , is said about it in the report of the Itnta's cap tain to his superiors It is not thought likely , however , that tbo insurgent would order the Itata hero if she had the arms nnd ammuni tion still on board , it may bo that she has alt oady discharged her cargo at Tocopllla. At any rate , If she has got rid of it In any way by transfer to the Esmcrnlda or by landing it on the Chill coast , it may bo that tier being ordered here Is In accordance with the report already sent out thnt the insur gents intend to turn nor over to the United States government in order that the question of violation of the neutrality laws may bo fully tested in the federal courts of your country. Whatever action Is taken , the skill of the Itata's commander In reaching hero In safctv , desptto the great efforts put forth by the United States government to recapture her on the high seas , is the subject of praise on every hand. Tocopilla Is n little over ono hundred miles south of Iqutquo nnd is In the northwestern part of the province of Atacama. A few miles southeast of Tocopilla is Cobija with a popu lation of some ilvo thousand inhabitants , and some eighty nulos south is Antofagasta. Co- bija is a railway terminus. All around To copilla are desert plains and arid hills. It is the spot for the wideawake captain of the Ituta to run In his vessel. The nearness of Cobiju would enable htm to reach an import ant railroad editor if necessary , while in the small port of Tocopilla no ouo would expect to find the Itnta. It would seem thnt the Itata's commander was fully apprised from some source , doubtless the Ksmcralda , as al ready reported , that a sharp chase after the Itata was being maintained and that it was best to make forsomo small port In tha Insur gent territory and to steer clear of Iqulquo , where the United Statoj cruisers were col lecting. The shrewd captain of the transport therefore has coma as near to the dauser line , at Tocopilla , as bo deemed it sufo to ao. Now that his superiors have ordered him to return , all responsibility Is taken off his shoulders. It is not ho who surrenders his ship , if it. is to bo surrendered , but the insur gent authorities. _ Nuvnl nnttlo In Valparaiso flnrbor. SAN FUAXCISCO , Cat. , Juno 4. Mail advices received here from Chill describe a naval battle - tlo as having occurred In the harbor of Val paraiso on the niKht of Apill 23 , four days after the naval engagement which occurred in Chnnnral bay , when the Insurgent crulsor Magulluncs was attacked bv tbo government torpedo cruisers Aldoa , Condoll nnd Lynrh. In that engagement , which has already been described , the Magallanos succeeded in driving off the three govern ment vessels after a sharp llpht. The gov ernment vessels rotirud to Valparaiso , and the Magallancs , after receiving ammunition from the insurgent supply ship , decided to steam at once to Valparaiso and attack the three government vessels before they could bo repaired. The Magallancs , under cover of darkness , steamed alongside the Aldoa and fired a broadside which completely riddled the torpedo boat , dismounted nearly all her rapid-Urine guns and killed and wounded fully half of her crew. The Magallanes steamed quickly for the Lynch , but the crow of the latter were on the alert. They returned the Mngal- lanea' fire and attempted to launch a torpedo , but failed. The Condcll had steamed upon the Magaliaues' ' nnd began firing , subjecting the latttir to a tire from both government ships , killing and wounding forty of the MiunillatiGS1 crow. The latter , umlnr cover of smoke , began to move astern , nnd before the fact was discovered thu two government ships \\ero pouring broadsides into each other. The trick was not discoveiod until the MagnllaiiQs steamed across the stern nf the Condcll and had poured in tx broad-sido which nearly destroyed the latter. In the meantime the forts could not flro owing to fear of hitting their owu ships. When the Magallanos began to steam out of the hnibor tbo forts opened their flio , but only ono shell struck the rebel cruiser , which bored n big hole In her dock and dismantled her pivot gun. She then proceeded to Caldor. Over one hundred men were killed in the engagement , fully one-half of whom were on the Mugallanes. The Condoll had to run on the beach to prevent her sinking , while the Alden was so ludly damaged that ] t will re quire a lone time to lopair her. The Lynch was not seriously damaged. Thn Ciovprnnittiit'H I'lans. WASHINGTON , Juno 4. There can bo but little doubt thnt the navy department has re- cuivod some assurance of the surrender of the Itata , but the officials hero will not say so. Still it can bo stated that Admiral Mc- Cnnn is expected to send the Itnta back to the Unliod States , probably under convoy of ono of his oruhors as. soon as she can coal for the return trip. She will bo delivered to the United States ottlcors at San Dlogo und pro ceedings against her for violation of the nou- tallty laws will bo resumed , nnd the respon sible pei-sons will , if thov appear , also bo be called upon to answer tha additional charge of contempt of court. Ki'iicliml l < iul < | iir and SuiTiMidcrod , Icjuiquit , Chili , ( via Galveston ) Juno 4. The steamship Itnta arrived hero this mornIng - Ing from Toropllla and bos boon delivered over to tbo American warship now here. The Charleston is expected to arrive hero today from Arlca. Thn Itata has handed over nil the arms she took from San Dlogo , consisting of 5,000 rlllus. Rolls , carbuncles and eruptions of all kinds are nature's efforts to throw off poison from hu blood , This result may bo accomplUhod much more effectually , as well as agreeably , through tbu proper excretory channels , by ttio use of Ayor's Sarsaparillu. WASHINGTON , Juno 4. [ Special Telegram to THK BKK.J Pensions have boon grunted as follows : Nebraska : Original Jacob Miller , John Kggleston , George A. Iluiinuh , William T , C. Johnson , Lori Chapman , Thomas Dorland , Henry F. Dosmar , Seth Lewis , Leandur Garnor.nonjamtn J , Halght , Thomas W. Halllold , Philip Jcnklmt. Addi- tlonal James Doyle , James H , Urayion. Increase - crease Israel A. Carrlkor , Kohort Gllmoro , James K. Gillesple , William Morrison , Sam uel NeylurU Jasoph W. Latterly , John Dear- Ing , John H Fein I or. Uelssun-Simuol I ) . Ilobat. Original widows. otc. Sarah K. , w Idow of Flomlng Carter. South Dakota : Original James Garvio , Harvey Gundenon , Marcus K. Decamp. In- crensi' William L. Herr , Original widow Francis P. , widow of John W. Hopkins. Iowa. Original Thomas B. Bocrt , r'muu Leopold. James Ellou , William H. Kdwnrds , Robert niRham , Da\Md A. Holsler , Miles Morris , Thomas KYim'fmn , Thomas J. Flana gan , George \V. Uratny > lnmes Kennedy , Wil liam Flenglo , William Knnls , Ira S. Keys , Lnra Henderson , Yvjillum C. Campbell , Stephen Dulling , .ToHt'ph LurganU Danloi S. iiartlctt , Plymplon BabcocK. Additional Andre Kcrr. Incnarro Samuel B. Quick , Amos Dowator , Amrnw | J. Hobart , Silas Kostor. Joscnh Sanford , Oliver P. Miller , Isaac Suundors , Joseph ? Hartor , George H. Scott , Henry C. SOOHMIV , Henry dishing , n. B. Hamsoy , Johnuthan K licit , John L. Central , James W. GrilUu. Uolxsuo Gcorgo Tyler , William II. Hblden. Oilirlnnl wid ows , etc. Hello Hv Widow of Joseph E. Griffith ; Mary A. , wlilqiv of Ulljah Upton ; Sarah B. , widow of Bcoloy ; Mary K. . widow of JohnF. Albred. " ' Do Witt's Little Karly Risers , nest little pill over made. Guru constipation every time. None equal. Use them uow. . / I'D u in o i N i ri . K. Thpy Do volt * n Day to Practical Soiro Card AVork. LIXCOI.V , Nob. , Juno 4. [ Special to TUB HBP. ] The delegates to the convention of the export Judges of swine passed the day in practical work on the score card. The delegates made tholr Headquarters nt Smith's barn , where u good avcrairo Poland Chinn hog was driven into the ring. The twelve candidates for certificates as export Judges put In their time faithfully. Unless they pass the llnnl examination they will hnvo to wait another year bofoio they can ngaln muko application. Thn so-called score system considers every part of the uiiimnl. Ono hundred points constitutes n perfect annual in ovury way. A curtain number is the standard for a perfect part , as twclvo for the chest nnd fifteen for the back and loin. If the chest is deficient , sav two points , it is marked ten. If the back nnd Iota nro de ficient , say ono point , they nro marked fourteen. The aggrcgnto shows the development ot the animal ns compared with n perfect hog. Certain characteristics are of course agreed upon for illiToront bi ecus. At 4 o'clock tins afternoon the delegates were treated to n ride through the principal streets of the city by the members of the real estate exchange. nii.i.v IIAHII'S CASK. Miss IJattio Nlms has been Informed by District Judge Fields that she must submit to nn examination or she will not receive any damages in her $10,000 seduction suit brought against the venerable and rich bachelor , Billy Barr. Pozzonl's Complexion Powder Is universal ly known and everywhere esteemed as the only Powder that will improve the complex ion , eradicate tan , freckles and all skin dis eases. _ No Post Morlpm. A coroner's Jury rendered a verdict yester day in the case of Thomas MoAndrows , the man who dropped dead at the Pennsylvania house on the 3d. The Jury found that Mc- Androws' death was caused bv heart failure , superinduced bv chronic Bright's ' disease. The it-mains will bo shipped to Plttston , Pa. , today. Dr. Birnoy cures Cntarrn. Boo bldg1. Didiv't On account of no quorum the annual meet ing of the Omaha Ppcsbytoriau association , which was to have bccn.held in the parlors of the First Presbyterian church last night. was postponed. VKMtSOXAI * JtA.K < ltlHAl'llS. Mrs. E. S. Flatau u'rrtvod today from Min neapolis. ' Mrs. Bon Craig , oftfttriryvillo , Mo. , Is visit ing in the city for a few days. Captain John McBride of No 2 hose com pany , ono of the most popular men In the O mull a flro dopartmdnvhas returned from n visit to his old homo-hr Iowa , where ho was married on Juno 2. The ; boys in the depart ment , wishing to sho\ij their regard for the captain , purcnosed n'hnndsomo bedroom set nnd presented It to the nappy couple. A fiXO l/Jl CKJIJbXTN. A realistic marine representation , entitled "Tho Bottom of the Sea , " will bo presented for the ill st time in Omaha at the t < rand opera house this evening. Few of us will over see the giant poulp allvo and in his nutlvQ element , nnd few of us would want to if onlyatitho of the tales that are told of him nro true. If wo cannot see this curious animal , or tlsh , or whatever you may cheese to call it , the next best thing is to sou it v/cll placed on the stage as a mechanical device , and this opportunity will bo offered during this engagement nt the Grand. The fourth act Is the principal ono , and is laid at the bottom of the ocean. By n clover arrangement of gauo curtains , which slowly rise ono after the other , tbo water becoming clearer our oycs can raoro readily distinguish objects , and at last ouo sees "Tho Bottom of the Soa. " The effect is very realistic. The monsters of the ocean , the work of the sub- maiino diver in repairing the ocean cable , and the terrible adventures thnt they encoun ter nro vividly portrayed. Afternoon nnd evening performances nro also announced for Saturday and Sunday. The engagement is nt popular prices , reserved scats being 25 , 35 and 50 cents. _ The Parisian iadv embroiderers nro draw ing largo audiences at the Eden must'o this week. Tholr wor'c is very handsome and in teresting nnd all the lady patrons were do- liKhtod today with a sample of their work. The vuriety entertainment in the theater is excellent. NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. - Of portoot purity. Lemon -I Ot ont atrongth. Orange - \ Ecbnomyln their use Aimonq - i , Rose etc.rj FlaY.p as dollcatoly and dellclouslyraa the fresh fruit. aMacbeth's Mipearl tor ) " and " pearl glass " | J lamp-chimneys do not break from heat , not one in a hundj ; 'd ; they break front accidents/J They are rfl de of clear glass as welliuas tough , as clear as crystzH'roi ' They fit the lamps they are made for. Shape controlsthe draft ; they are shaped right. Draft con tributes to proper combustion ; that makes light ; they im prove the light of a lamp. But they cost a dealer three times as much as common chimneys , and , as they do not break , he is apt to be anxious lest they stop h's trade. Di- minished'sales and less profit are not agreeable to him. .There are two sides to the question. Have a talk with him. I'UUburs. tiro. A , MACliKTU & Co. The Shah of Persia Though ndrnnccd In years , has Imlr of raven ! me. ( Sray hairs nro strictly prohibited In ills dominions , and ln-tro thu large ship ments to Hint country of Ayor's Hair Vigor , by the use of uliloli tlio Shah's subjects save not only their hair but their heads Ajct's Hair Vigor restores tlio natural color of the hair. It should bo on every tollct-tnblc. " Some time ngo my hnlr began to fade nnd In fall out so badly that 1 thought I .should lie b.ild ; but the mo of Aer's Hnlr Vigor has restored tlio oilgln.itfolor inul made my hair strong , abundant , niul healthy. It docs not fall out any more. " Addle Shatter , Mo luce st , Cincinnati , Ohio. "My hair ( which had p.iitly turned prny ) was restored to Its jonthfut color nnd beauty by the use of a fi-w bottles of AVer's Hnlr Vigor I shall continue to use It , ns there is no better dressing for thu hair. " ( iaido ( inpp , Cleorge.ma , Ala. Ayer's Hair Vigor , - - DR. J. C. AYEK < fe CO. , Lowell , Mass. Sold bjr nit Druggltu nnd rrrrinncra. A ClHNDINi : MiaionKKII.I.KU l < KIDDS UltllM KHAIItCATOIl Cures nil rtlfcntoi becmno It kllli Iho tntcrulio vir ( jcrm 1'nt tin nnd rolMled In I ? , fg nnd fj nU < " tlio Inttur 1 l-t anllona fcnt nnr- wlicru tirepnld nil rocclia of prlcu orC.O Ik Wo Is'ilu n Kiinrnntce to euro The pulillo. Undo nml tot > tHT Miutilhul lir tlio ( inodmnn Drug Co Mr- Curmlck \ l.unil Omnlis I' A Molrher , Howard Mjcrs nnd 15 .1 Scyknrn < niilh Onmli A I ) FOB- trr nnd M I * Klll < Council limt ! . "No. 22" THE KEYSTONE EXPRESS NtorlN Sunday , Juno 7tli , I'rom Chicago eery day 10.13 a. m. Arrlvo * New York next day 2 p. m. Over the Pennsylvania Short Lines. It qlllcllcilH llio l > n-NClll time , And Is a solid Pullman perfected vestibule train Of day coaches , baggage , Smoking , dining and sleeping cars I'roin CliiciiKO to Now York. Only llrst class tickets accepted No extra furo on "No. 22 , " Tlio Keystone Express. It lias no rival. Every Weilerii Tleltot AffPiit ( Sin tell i ou about It , or Address J. II Luce , Passenger Agent , 213 Clark Street , Chicago , lly letter or telegraph THE PENNSYLVANIA LUTED That famous fniorlto With Its superior equipment x And extra fare , runs as usual , From Chicago every day at 5 p. m. To New York next day nt7 p. in. Over I'eiuiHjrlvniiiii NUort I.iiicH. Limited to flrst class passengers And the number It can carry But not limited In Its special Features and exclusive privileges Nof in its luxurious comforts. The 1'cnnsylvanla Limited Was the pioneer In this class Of service. In Chlengo and Throughout the West It tin * thousands of friend * , And makes new ones every lr.tt , Inquire of nearest Ticket Agent , or Address J. II. Luco , Passenger Agent , 218 Clark Street , Chicago. Dr. TJO Duo's Periodical PlllH. 1 111" I roni.Ii ruuiudy ucti directly upon tlio goncra- Mvn ni-L'nn * nnil furOH Mtiiinri > A4lnn if thu lilunHHN. TRADE MARK. IB 1C WRITE , DESIGN , and place If L , advertisements. Points claim ed : Effective and economical service ; extensive acquaintance with best news papers ; best methods from wide ex perience ; the advertiser's interest our aim. IMF ? IT F US for es < limtes of Mi ill i L cost in detail on any line of advertising proposed. For state lists showing papers published , their circulation , population , cost of inser tions of advertisements in each state. Sample book showing our work sent for 4 cents to pay postage. ON any GIRGULflRS subject ex ecuted m the highest order on short notice. BIG RUN ON CIRCULAR WRITING. ALDEN & , FAXON , NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENTS , 66 & 68 W. 3rd St. , CINCINNATI , 0. OMAHA JScniJ forclrcularorcallon\V J " hiinuwooi ) ta Nu * york HUIiUUlj Ut - lufeUld'it. OiLttlia , Nou. TELEGEAPHY. Has turned the tide our way. Too busy for long talk. Follow the crowd for cool summer cloth ing and furnishings for solid comfort. ' 5 RELIABLE CLOTHIERS , Southwest Corner 15th and Douglas Sts. ( Money cheerfully refunded when goods do not satisfy. ) ( Send for Ilusti'Qted Catalogue. ) NO OUREX ! NO F > A.V. 1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb. Mnny yeMV experience ) . A rniiili\r Krntlimto In innllclnu in cll | > lnnmi chow. Is mill trpntlnu with tha greiti'it Mirreis nil Nervous , Clironlo imil I'rlvnto DIMUIHOS A perm innnt curu Kiinrnnteml for Catarrh t < | icriuntnrrhiD i , l.oit Mtmliond , .Seminal WiMknow. Nhtlit I < o < * ai. Inipcitncy. HjrphllK Stricture , nnd il . illicusci of the Illnml. rikln nnd Urinary Owns. N II I Kimranti-o OI fur uvory ci ; o 1 iinitiirlnkn nnd fill to euro . , ( mvilintlon frco Bmik ( Mvsterlos . of Ufe ) sent five Olllca hours 9 u. m to S p. m. Sumliy 10 n m. to 13 m Hfnrt stamp for reply. DOCTOR McGHEW THE SPECIALIST Storothnn 15 ycar cxperlenco In tha troitmant of PRIVATE DISEASES. A euro guaranteed In 3 toS rtnyi , withont holouof un liour'H tlmo. GLEET. The most rnmploto and nhsoluto euro for Rlnot nnrl nil annuyliiKdl.iclmrKOt u > i known to Iho inixllcul prufuulun I'ermunitntly curuJ In fruiui to la Uayi STBIOTUBE Or pain In rellotliiL thn hlnddur cured nltlinnt ptln or liiitruiiiontx , no vuttliiK , no dilating. Thu muit rcuiarKabluroaieU ) known to mudurn aolvncu. SYPHILIS. Cured In 80 to SO dajrn Dr .MeOrow'8 treatment for this turrlblo blooddlsosio his hoen pronouncnl the most succii33fnl remedy ( irc'r illnrorarml for tin * ab- noluto euro of the dlsonio. Illl BuncosvlUi 1 UN dtRenna has nuvur bcon equallo t A ouuipluto euro liuarantcod LOST MANHOOD nesfl.all weaknesses of tl e soYiml onruni , norvoui * And timidity and deiponJency absolutely curol Tli crollof U Immudluto unit Lomploto. SKIN DISEASES , and all dltetiai of the hlood , llfor , kldno/s. and LlnJilcr permanently cured PEMALE DISEASES The doctor "llon.o Treatment" for ladles Is pro nounced liy all who luivo mud It to bo thu most rom- plctuand convenient rumoity over olteriNl for tha treatment of femiilo dlsaises It U truly a wonderful rumody. Hour * for ladlua from tf to t only. DB. McQBEW'3 Mnrrellnui 9ucrni In thu treatment of private ( lit- vase * han won for him n reputation which In trulp national In chnraitur , unit lilt uroat nrmy of pitlmiti rrncben from the Atlantic to the 1'ailllc Thudoitor It u Kradunto of "re ulur" mtHlli'lnn and Irifi hay long and careful exixirlonca In hoipltal practice , and Is classed nmonit the leadlnx > | iiclail9t > In mod ern i-clcmcti. Tru.itmunt by corrujpondunro. Wrlto for clroulorn about oath of the above dliaitot , free Olilco , 14th und Fitmam StreuU , Oinalu Nob. Kntrancrt on nlther Htreot IflSEPH'GlLLOTPS STEEL. PENS. GOLD MEDAL , PARU rxPOSirioN , 1889. M08T PERFECT OF PENS. FREE OP COST. Any lady , xend Hump and ( tct free namnlo parkitita of l.yuian' > Oak I iaf Hpuclnc for I'o- mi'e ' Trouliliii and Iiuuoorrhwn. thn must HMCJ- rusiful fuiuala remedy over xild. Vou will nco thooxiolloiit alTi ct after taking thu nrjt treat- ninnU II 01 at drugtfUU or by mail LYMAN MEDICINE CO. , KANSAS CITV , * . hiiu.riKjfft iig ranioiy ( or nil tr > 'Uureiln nnnaluir' illnrhai crt an- ri-ruSDAYH/ i prlvalHillnriuvinlniHii . - /UuMi.u i bU la ' certain cur * for thtdtWII fftltM BUUIttt. 1 talli > u woukULH iKirullar tOKoinin. Mf4ot.li k IrrvncrllialtandfiMlsala J.J THtt ntiCHmiettCo In refoinninudlut ; It to iCiniiiTl.OHKM H mff M , v. - A. K A J STOKEB , W 0 , DraTu .ttu loltl l > jr I > riiKKll * < ru.rk1 1'liICli 01.00. RRILWRYTIME GHRD | CmCAll , IIUlll.lMiTON 4 JO p m tlilcavo VentlhtihT ! ) .VI n ni fl sa p in Kxprpii. . . U.M p 111 . . . .Chlcnvo \ Iowa Local. JjOIVOJ 1IUUI.IN Jl'JV A til illU ! .ArrTvo" Onmhn ljpt Itli mil Mmn S' < IOmnliii 1025 a in . . . Denver Day ICxpiuia | 4U' > p m 1024 a in 1 Kxproo I 4.03 p m 10 n n in . . . . . Denver p in 7.10 p in . .Dcnvur NlKlit 'Kxpruiiii ii a in oU ) p in . . Lincoln Limited II.3J a in 8 1.1 njn Lincoln Louil II U ) p in L ( > a\oj K f , hT J A. o II Arrive ? Uinnhit Depot lUIli imil .Manon Sis Omaha K a iii-aiT City Day , . ft M p in K U MitulKipla U. ITr.ins I 0.4. ' . u ni Oumhii JUPih'jOt.hthj ) nilMiircyMs _ _ I ( Im lm. OMAHA STriT hoDlrT. . | ArriroT" OniBlm lir I' . ileiHit , luth mul .Maruy Bin I Diimha. j.OU p ml . . " , .H1. l.onls Cnniuiii Hull . .IIJ8.S p m JIITO K , i : . AMI ) . VAl.iTKV TArriru" nopot I Uijind Wobslur Hln | Omnha H.IX ) n m Illark Hills Kxprnsi / > VO p m VU ) a tu ( Kx HatMVyii Kxp ( Kx Monl B.'JU p lit 6.IU p in Wolioo , \ Lincoln Can ( Kx HunlHI ' . ft 10 p in JTork/ , Norfolk ( Kx Siimlnvl C HT I'.M AO Omaha _ Depot ! 5lhandWc'l _ torHls TTTu a ni ' 'loux city Ai-ruiiimodnlion 1 00 p m Sioux City Kxpreu ( IU Sunday ) A 45 p m . Ht I'nul l.lmllinl. . . & Ii p ni llancrolt I'assoiiKorJKx Sunday ) 0.4A u m MKrUimtl " Mrlvel _ Icpiit 15lliaml\Vuh _ _ ti.rHti i Omaha 10 80 ml tft lx"uls.v"K ( \ Kxpnisl Tb aTir in" V ; J iul A K lKxprn ! _ ( ftaipm iZaVwTj " "iTl'THT JOK&a H.a fArrltes 'ifJ i'Tj _ UnloiiJJeiMiUCiiiiiicll HIiilTi. I'l'ramfur IIOJ n ml Kanias City Dify KxVrvsi ,1 & .41 p m Knnim City Nlyht Kxprom , . | 0 ) n in CIIICAKO , IL I A I'ACIKIC. Arrive * Union Depot , Council - IltulK. _ Trmiifpr . 'Kxpru'TiT. . . . I ua ) a in Atlnntlit KipriMi &U p in VottllMilu I .llnlli'd. | r-rAl | | ( ( ( ) . ? NOIITH WKS t'KUN. I ArrTvi-i Tranifurl Union Depot , fuiincll Dlulli | Tron fu 910 n in Cljlr.iKo Kxnroi * . . . I COO p m S U ) p n . . , Vestibule l.linUoU. . . . I li'd u m IU U ) p m Kantvrn Kl/nr . . . . V 00 p iu < p m Atlantic Mall . . 4..X ) n in li.JJ | P mi Iowa Accommodation ( Hal only ) b IU p iu IX-IITO , | ( ) \IATrA .V T UlDIH " " I ArrUot" 'I'rnn fo ! I'nUin Depot , Contirll Illiidt iTrintfur 4 40 ji nil HI l.ool Canon llnlf" iji | \ p iii [ Suffering from tha viUvtn ol J Touthful errort early decay. HaatliiK weakm-iu , lot luuuuuod , cto. 1 vrfll Kiiil Tf.lu lil Iruutlso ( M ali'.I ) contalnln | fullluuttculara for homo cure , I'l'Uli of rliurk'u A iplundld raoillcal work ; atiould Ito md by rvtirf raan whn U nrrvous and ilehllllatd. Adilrerfc 1'roC , V , 0. I'O IVL.KU. WooUu , Cuuu.