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OMAHV DAILY. HJffl ; IVKSDAY , FK1UlrARY 0 , 1802. M ]
SHOT HIS LITTLE SISTER
Frightful and Fatal Accident at Farmers
Valley ,
DAUGHTER OF F. R , HAYMEISER KILLED
f the Sad AniUr-SllRht Itlnrent
itft Water luin ( ; e * thn Me.Hi-
odUt Clmrrli OlliiT InterestIng -
Ing Nelinukn News Notes.
FAIIMKIII VAM.BT , Net ) . , Fob. S.
to Tin : Jim : . ] A torrlblo accident happened
at this place Saturday evening , resulting In
the Instant death of the 13-yoar-old daughter
of F. H. Haymolsor at the hands of her 13-
year-old brother. The boy was making an
effort to shoot two owls at the tlmo of the
tragedy. Ho did not observe his sister In tbo
vicinity until she loll dead from the effects of
the shot. The bullets struck the llttlo victim
In the back of the bond , producing a horrible
wound. The boy Is frantic.
Note * Irom Wntier.
Wi3Xr.ii , Neb , , Fob. 8. [ Special to Tun
BKK.I The Sons of Veterans of this place
aa o decided to organize and will Institute
Iho now camp on the 10th insl. Thirty-two
have expressed a dcMro to enter ns charter
"
members" .
Tbo Wlsnor Land , Town Lot nnd Improve
ment company will soon begin the laying out
of nn extensive ndtlltion extending around
three sines of the town.
The Young People's ' Society of Christian
Kndcnvor has announced its intention of ob-
( tervlng the eleventh anniversary of the so
ciety und the third anniversary of Iho locnl
organization on Sunday , the 1-Kli lust.
Prof. K. L. Whitney of the Wisnor nubile
schools has been elected a member of tbo NebrasKa -
brasKa Historical society.
Albert Bowden , living north of town , be
came violently Insane about n week ago.
Tlio young man's mental disorder was tbo
result of the grip.
Prof. Footo of Wakcflold has boon engaqod
by the Wlaiier. school board to take charge of
the schools until the convalescence of Prin
cipal C. C. Mattur , who has been unable to
meet his school for the past three weeks.
The Chntitnmiuti circle will hold Its semi
annual election of ofllcurs Tuesday evening
at iho homo of 'Mrs. S. lOmloy.
Tbo young ladies gave a leap year social
party in Masonic hall Friday evening which
wns the mrs ; enjoyable society event of the
season. Music , games and dancing wcro in
dulged in , and an elegant supper wus served
nt .the Wisnor house dining rooms. The
yoijug gentlemen were delighted with the
way In which their entertainers rose to. the
leap year occasion.
I'J. Mltgurd , n farmer residing north of
to\yn. wns thrown from hU wngon in a run
away when returning homo from town Frl-
day "afternoon , nnd received serious injuries
about the head nnd was rendered unconscious
for.somo tlmo. "
Several alliance mon from hero altonded
tho.opon mooting of tbo county alliance in
Bcqmor , Saturday , which was addressed by
btato Lecturer W. 11. Dech.
The County Teachers association will hold
Us regular quirtorly meeting utVofl Point
nont Saturday.
No ( luiirterH Tor tlui Insiiiio.
QSCKOLA. " Nob. , Fob. 8. [ Special to Tin :
BKE. ] The board of Insanity of this county
has received notice from Dr. Knupp of tbo
Insane asylum ut Lincoln that John Acker-
blade , who Is harmlessly insane , must bo re
moved from the hospital , and an order was
Issued to the sheriff today to proceed to
Lincoln nud brlnir the suid AckerbladJ back
to the county. The insane board are at n
loss to know what to do with him after ho is
hero. During the winter all the county
buildings were burned at the poor farm.
Tbo county has hired the old Commercial
hotel for a' poor house until the weather gets
so they can build , nnd tbo hotel is as full of
patients now ns It will hold.
Funeral ol * .lolui I'o\v < } rt Jr.
BI.AIU , Neb. , Feb. 8. [ ispeclal to 'Tun
BRE.I John Power , jr. . son of Hov. John
Power , pastor of the Congregational church ,
was burled hero yesterday at 'J p. m. Kev.
Dr.-G..W. Wain wrigbt preached the funeral
sermon In the First Methodist church , which
wu ? pqckcd to overflowing. Rnvs. Millard ,
Shepherd and Wcntz assisted in the cere
mony. Young 1'owe.r , was a mooibor ot the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows and tha
Young Men's Christian association , who attended -
tended in a body.
An adopted daughter of Mrs. H. Harris
died yesterday with heart failure. Sbo will
bo buried today.
I'nnl'rt < ; une Continued.
IUSTIXOS , Nob. , iVb. S , ( Special Tnlo-
gram toTliB Bin : . ] This was the duy set for
tho.prollminnry examination of Charles II.
Piull , who Is under arrest for embezzling pub
lic money. On motion of Mr. Paul's ' attor
neys the hearing wns continued until May
IS , by which tlmo it is hoped the export now
, working on the county books will hnvo Mu
lshed his labors. The casn was continued and
the defendant released on $10.000 ball , his
sureties being C. J. llomot , F. J. Benedict
nnd Dr. John Coako.
Keiiieiuliercd liy FrlemU.
DU.NIIAU , Neb. , Fob. 8. [ Special to THE
Bi'.is.J On the eve of their departure to their
now. homo at Mlndon , the many friends of
Mr. , and Mrs. H. H. Boll gathered at the
homo of Ucv. S. Proudllt this evening nnd
presented thorn with a handsome tea sot as
appreciation of their services in the church
nud , ' tbo high esteem with which they are
tiolu by their friends.
SCHUVUII , Nob. , Fob. S. [ Special to Tin :
BEB.I Tno mortgage indebtedness for Col-
fax county during January was as follows :
Farm mortgages filed DO , $31,001.40 ; re
leased 10 , $2 : > ,4il.7t ; ! ; city mortiigos tiled 21 ,
HJ.OS7.01 ; released li , H4S5 ; chattel mort
gages lllediS7iwti.7-J : : ; released , 44 , * 0,0oi.07. ,
Cliiy County AUIiineo ,
CLAV CKSTMII , Nob. , Feb. 8. [ Special to
Tun BIK. ] The Clay county alliance mot
hero toilay In special session for the purpom
of Installing their onlucrs for tha ensuing
rear. They are as follows : A. P. Randall ,
president ; J. O. Coulter , secretary ; Guy W.
rieconl , treaiuri'r.
( Jhureh Diiiiiiiueil liy I 'Ire.
WKKI-INCI WATER , Nob. , Feb. 8. [ Special
1'olegrnm to TUB BEL. ] Flro broke out early
UiU mornluL- thu Mothodiat Episcopal
L'hurcti , caused bv a defect in the heater.
The damugo to the church will amount to
nbout (700 ; fully insured in the Homo of
Omaha ,
Twain
ays "some folks nro so stubborn that all
they need Is four logs mm they would pass
fora mule. " May uo if people' use more ol
I Jailor's Barbed Wire Liniment mules
wouldn't ' be so stubborn ,
1'iilmer'N Insane nou-ln-l.iitv ,
GUAM ) HUMPS , Fob , b , John Mayo Palmer
Of Sprlnglleld , III. , son of ( Senator Palmer ,
arrived In thin city lust night to take ohargo
of bin brother-in-law , W. A. K. Hobortson ,
who bus buun adjudged Insane und wns con-
lined In tbo jail for a couple of days , Hob-
prison was batter today und seemed to have
recovered his reason ,
, DoWltt's Little liariy ictseri I'or tbo livor.
' Dr. Blnioy euros cutarrh. OKU bide
\Voodlinr t Numrd us lletelver.
WASHINGTON , D. O. , Feb. 8. The presl-
dent today cent to the senate the following
nominations ; W. H. C , Woo > laurst , jr. , ol
Nebraska , receiver of public money * ai
Kortb Plutte , Nob. ; Kdivard C. O'Brien ' of
Now York , commissioner of navigation ;
lUcb urd Butler , postmaster at Canton , 111.
Dr. Hlrnoyii03aiuia tttroaU B.SH bid ; ;
Ilviik 1'nlluro In MlimenuU.
Mixxmi-oui , Minn. , Fob. 8. A Moore-
Le&d , Minn. , special say * tha Merchants
bank of that , city closed its doors this morn-
In ? with f 17.1,000 oa deposit , InoluJlni ; con-
tldurable of tbe OJUnty fund * .
WORLD'S ' FAIR INVESTIGATION
_
[ cosTisrni > rnoM FIHST i'Ann. |
Ltolumbln river , mid lor the Improvement of
: ho Itio Three Mlle Knpld.1 ( appropriation
Mr. Siwyor from the committco on com *
rnorro reported n bill to reoonl the net re
quiring life laving nppllnnt.-tnon stctiniors , no
tnr in it relates to the carrying of lltio pro *
Icctllcs HHI ! tno moans of propelling thoin on
steamers plying exclusively on any of the
L'rcnt hikes , fonys or sounds of the United
dtntu % nnd It was passed.
Thu sonnto tlion wont Into executive io -
slon.
slon.Tno
Tno ucors were reopened nt H'M : and the
senate returned consideration of tbo bill pro
viding : for the nubile printing and binding ,
nnu tno distribution of public tloctltnonts.
The bill contains 101 sections , soventy-threo
of which hud been already disposed of ,
although umundmonti may still bcoflerod to
all of them. It having hcqn understood that
only committed nmuml merits should uo acted
on at the first reading. Section 77 llxos the
number of extra copies of documents nnd re
ports to ba printed. ,100,000 copies being flxod
for the agricultural report , Instead of400,000 ,
the number now llxed by law.
Ii was stated by Mr. Mnndcrson , who has
charge of the bill , that copies of that docu
ment In lots from 100 to 1,000 wcro frequently
offered at from o to 10 cents a copy.
' That mit-ht hnvo been the caso1 Mr.
Coke suid , "whoro members represented city
constituencies , but could not bo so where ag
ricultural communities \vcro represented. "
Ho gave notion that , ho would offer un amend
ment fixing the number at HOD , 000.
Without dls)03lng ] of suction 77vhtoh had
given rise to a good iloal of discussion , the
senate adjourned until tomorrow.
ConllrmiilloiM ,
The sonnto today con finned the following
appointments :
1'otur Scatulclln , United States consul at
Cundud Itolivar , Venezuela.
K \V. Ofiklov , United States marshal
Western district of Wisconsin.
Kaglstcrs of Land Onico W. W. Uoyle ,
ITolsorn , N. M. ; A. S. Baldwin. North I'latte ,
Nob. ; J. E. Shenlcv , Devils Lake. N. U. ; IT.
K. Discard , Menot. N. D.
Receivers of Public Moneys Peter Pix-
quut , Oregon Ulty , Oro. ; W. II. U. Wood-
worth , North Platto. Nob. ; W. G. Plummor ,
Mlnot , N. D. ; G. H. Moult , Indian agent ,
Lomhl Agency , Idaho.
Postmasters Arizona J. H. Ilamll , Ulobo.
Colorado John Uoosn , Trlnl'Jnit. Kansas
.r. W. Pugh. Downs ; W. J. Granger , Frank-
fort. Missouri Lowls Conunt , Osccoln.
Montnua M , A. Flunnagan , Fort Uontou ;
M. C5. Mains , P.llllnire. Nobruska U. J. Hoi-
brook , Falls City. North Dakota J. J. Jor
dan , Fargo ; U. S. linger , St. Yhotnas. South
Dakota L. E. Roberts , Armour.
s i run us XTII.I. vn.i .w/o.vs.
Oiiiulin's limit TIIK of Wnr Team Wins ut
I'Ytimonl ,
Fitr.MosT , Neb. , Feb. S. [ Special Tolognim
to Tin : Ben. | The week's series of tup of
war contorts at the Fremont opera house
oallminatrd tonight in a trial of strength and
skill between the Danish team of this city ,
winners in the tournament , and the cham
pion Swedish team of Omaliu. The contest
was an exciting one. The Swcds look the
ling from thu start nnd after twenty-two
minutes of hard work they inndn a supreme
effort and took the rope away from the
Dunes.
The Omaha team is composed of II. Erlcit-
son , Charles Held mid , John Larson , John
Erlckson and P. Sanduorg , captained by n
SJoberg. 'J'noir average wolcut Is 111 I
pounds. The Fremont team are Ed. Jensen ,
C. C. Thompson , A. P. Anderson , Anton
Peterson , C. Jensen , captidnod by W. C.
Hanson ; average weight 1711 pounds.
ivn u Meiliil.
At a recent mooting of the directors of the
Omaha Athletic club it was decided to give
a gold and slvor medal to the best 'round
athletes. The contest will take place Satur
day overling , Fobrjnr.v UO and all raotubor *
are expected to be nrcsont.
The regular club night , will bo held on
Saturday evening , February 1JI. An interest
ing program lias boon prepared.
An effort U being made to secure tbo old
bass ball park for outside grounds with good
chances of succost.
AUSTKAI.IAS lt.lU.OT
It ComOH Up tor UUiMisiloii In tlio loivn ! . ( -
iKliitnre.
DES MOINIS : , la. , Feb. 8.In the senate
among the bills introduced wcro ibo follow
ing : To discourage Incendiarism ; to pre
vent speculation and clollno the nubilities of
insurance companies , and making an appro
priation for the support of the fish com mis -
mission.
Senator Smith introduced a democratic
congressional appointment bill and a bill was
nlso Introduced to establish a Hoard of Par
dons Commissioners , alter which the senate
adjourned till tomorrow.
It Is nnouuced thnt the whole legislature
will go on an excurion to Iowa City to visit
tbo state university , An adjournment is
likely to bo taken Thursday of tl.is or next
week till the following week to allow the
members to go to Chicago on Washington's
blrthdav to view the World's ' fair buildings
with a view to obtaining : moro dolinito in
formation concerning thu event.
In the house this morning Norrls' election
bill came up on a special order. Tbo first
half hour was spent in discussing committco
amendments. The bill provides for printing
and distributing ballots by the state ,
and compels the certifying of nomination
by proper party olllcials. Ttio election tick-
uts contnin the nnmcs of nil men nominated
by all parties according to the Australian
system. Infractions of the law uro punlsu-
aolo by tines of to 1,000. When the re
publicans bad finished amending their hill ,
Dayton presented his bill as a substitute.
His Is a domocratio measure , and differs onlv
in a few particulars from the republican bill.
Tbo discussion of the bill was continued
until noon. Tin- Invitation of the president
of the university to visit the institution was
accepted and a resolution was adopted ap
pointing a committee to arrange therefor.
Captain Hubbnrd. present mail carrier of
the capitol building , was appointed mall car
rier for the legislature.
Constipation poison * tno olood ; Do Witt's
Little Enrly Kisors euro constipation. The
cause removed , the disease i * gone.
lllow ut Illli Sllter Mm.
WASHINGTON- . C. , Fob. 8. The supreme
court of the District of Columbia today de
nied the petition of a numnar of western mon
for a mandamus to compel the secretary of
the treasury to receive and coin into dollars
a silver brick tendered him by the petition
ers.
Ladles who value a roilnod complexion
must uio idiom's Powder. It produces u
soft and beautiful skin.
It tu4 fur Coiiimereliil Traveler * .
WASHINGTON , O. C. , Fob. 8. In the house ,
the committed on Interstate and foreign commerce -
morco reported a bill allowing railroad com
panies to grant special ratus to commercial
travelers. It lias placed on the calendar.
Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup for chil
dren teotlilng produces natural qulot sleep.
- . " > cents a bottle.
_
I'n tn I Kleellnn llliitM In A refill IMC ,
HUB.NOS AYKUS , Fob. 8. The provincial
election held yes tore'ay ' resulted In favor of
tbo conciliation party. In some towns thorn
worn street riots , in which several persons
were killed and a number wounded.
. ' * llod.v Itenclien London ,
LONDONFob. . -Tho body of Hov. Mr.
Spurgoon arrived hero from Montana ( his
morning attended by an immense crowd of
people , U was taken to the Tabernacle ,
wiiuro Uio service- , will bo hold.
Appointed Serceiint-iit-Arni * .
WASIIINIITON , D. C. , Fob. 8. The national
democratic committee has appointed Colonel
Bright of Indiana sernoanl-at-urms of the
national democratic convention.
Wiped Out n lliulup Illock.
LiiiiNRp , Kan , , Fob. 8. Yesterday morning
lire wiped out nearly ! ' - ,000 worth of property -
erty and laid In nsuoj one of the bust busi
ness blocks in the city.
Jlulne Hum Kellers Indicted.
BANOOII , Mo. , Fob. 6 H is stated that tbo
grand Jury has indicted every rum seller in
tbo citv.
TESTKIIDI A's SECOND EDITION. I
THEIR AGITATION MUST END
Authorities at Berlin Arc Proceeding
Against tbo Socialistic Leaders.
ONE RATHER SIGNIFICANT REMARK
Kmpernr Will In in Alleged to tlnve Snlil
Thnt I he 1'arl.v l < Hi . nilng Tno Trou
blesome mill .Must ll < > Put Donn
ICtiropriiii Jieu's.
[ l"n ) > nrtililrd ( isn lii ) Jttmti ( iiinlnti HcmicH.1
PAULS Fob. 7-lNow York Herald Cable
Special to THE UiiK.J According to nowa
received from Berlin , the German govern
ment lias decided to take action against this
socialists nnd anarchists. Seven socialists
were arrested In Berlin yesterday morning ,
accused of the .crirao of high treason ,
Those nrrests , tun first since the nbolltlon of
the famous sedition Inws , have crorttod great
excitement.
It seems that the police are on the trnck of
anarchist plots. Cortaln reckless proceedings
lend to the belief that tbo secret socialistic
agitators are moro violent than over nnd
more disquieting to the Government. Hence
the emperor appears to hnvo doculod on
action. Whtlo dintncr with General von
Caprivl on Thursday , the emperor said to n
national libnral deputy loud enough forovory
ono to hear !
"Tho socialist party wishes t.o attnrk the
existing order of things , but I am prepared
for thorn , and will take measures against
thorn. "
In consequence the foreign ambassadors at
Berlin nro convinced that the government
will stick at nothing to put nn end to the
socialists , no longer caring to attempt to rnlly
them around Itself. This resolve will increase -
crease the complication ! ) that bavo boon fore
seen for the last thrco months.
WANT UNIVKItSAI. .SUl'I'UAC.i : .
l.llteritl * Annoniiee Their Constitu
tional Attitude.
[ rvijij/rfuhfril tfH ! tin Jamti dunl'in Hewlett. ]
Bitrsun-s , Feb. 7. | Now Vork Herald
Cable Special to TIIU Bin. | A largo moot
ing of radicals "was held hero today , in which
nil the advanced radical loaders took part. A
resolution was voted demanding universal
sulTrogo as the least that tbo party would
accept In the proposed constitutional re
vision. M. Anscole and others of the
speakers declared that if this were not granted
the monarchy would bo overthrown and
a republic established. A meeting of work
men , held of the same time , in tbo mining
district of La Louvlero decided on a general
strike if universal suffrage were not con
ceded.
Mgr. Berlin , bishop of Namur , died today
of the influenza at the age of 71 years.
I'arUliui Kiln.
ICopiirtiilitcil tXHiiuJamcionlnn Hennelt. ]
PAHIS , Fob. 7. [ New Vork Herald Cable
Special to THE BKK. ] Antonin Proust ,
president of the French section of line arts
at tbo Chicago exposition , has applied for
7'JliO square motors of wall spaco.
Madame Salomon , widow of the ex-
president of Hayti , died yester
day ( Sunday ) at her residence in
Paris of stomach trouble , aged 54. Sbo loaves
ono son nnd three daughters. Ono of the
latter is studying medicine. Her burial will
bo at tno cemetery of Passy alongside her
husband on tomorrow ( Tuesday ) .
Figaro announces the engagement of Donna
Amelia Colonna. sister-in-law of Princess
tnlatro ; Colonna , nco Mackay , to Duke Lee *
pold Torlonia.
Fulling Oil of KxpnrtK.
BKHI.IN , Feb. 7. As an Illustration of the
decline in the amount of exports from Gor-
manv to the United States , duo to the opera
tions of the now American tariff law , it maybe
bo mentioned thnt statistics show that the
total of thocxports to that country from the
United States consular district of Frankfort-
on-tho Main to bo 17.31)0,000 ) for 18'Jl as
against S4UOyO,000 for 1800.
m
Al'l'AM.lXn IX IIOIIHOJI.
Destruction of u Crowded Now York City
Hotel.
Nr.w Yoitic , Feb. 7. Not nil the
persons who engaged rooms at the
lioyal last night rcglsted , nor did all
who registered put down true names for
reasons best known to themselves. A few of
the names as written are : B. T. Leonard
and Mrs. Leonard. Philadelphia ; II. D.
Sonllu , city ; E. F. Lconoka , Kupert , Ont. ;
W. TrnfTord and wife , New Hochello ; A. A.
Clarku and wife , Boston , Mass. : J. ( J. Price
and wife , city : L. C. and Mrs. Tavlor ,
Newark , N. J. ; F. Lcstor and wlfo , Boston ;
B. J. Smith and wife. Springfield ;
John i'arkerson and wlfo. Great Nock , L. 1. ;
Mr. McKee and wlfo , Now Haven ; C. M.
White and wife , Nyack , N. Y. : J. C. Wil
liams and wife. Albany ; H. O. Warren nnd
wife , Nyack ; U. Marong and wife , Boston ;
John Thompson , city ; Thomas Gould and
wile , city ; F. 11. Luopfol and ivifo , city ; Mr.
White and wife. Chicago ; Mr. Falknor , wife
and daughter , Connecticut.
Those known to bo dead whoso bodies were
recovered were not all IdonUIlud. In fact ,
only ono was identified with any degree nf
positivencss ; this was believed to bo II. C.
Levy of the linn of Levy , Strnuss & Froemnn ,
clothiers on Broadway , The body was badly
burned and disfigured. Thootlior'four nro the
bodies of two men and two women. It is
feared thnt a search of the vnst smoking pile
of debris In the cellar of tbo hotel will re
veal many ghastly 11 nils. It wa reported at
a Into hour that no less than 100 people are
still unaccounted for.
Origin ol the Tire.
The origin of the lire ) is unknown. It
started in the basement near the clovntor
shaft , which was locatoa In thu mlddlo of the
building. The flames vvore first seen pouring -
ing out of the cupola of tbo roof , directly
over the elevator shaft , by nn engineer on u
Sixth avenue elevated railroad train , who
Mopped his unglue directly in front of
the hotel and ablnw the locomotive
whistle loud and continuously. This unusual
sound invoke many of the sleep Ing people In
the hotel nnd brought.policomen to tlie scone ,
who nt once sent , out u tire nlnrm from n
nearby signal box. Moanwhlln the employes
of the hotel on nlirht duty sought to nrouso
the guests by their cries of ' 'Fire. "
So rapidly , however , did the flames m-
craach thutlt seemed un ago before the lira-
men arrived , although DIG first apparatus
rattled up to thu scene within a few minutes
after the alarm was sent in ,
The desperate character of the flro bocutno
ut once apparent to the flro chief in charge ,
who promptly rune throe more ularms In
quick succession. When the flames were
tlually gotten under control tnero was c general -
oral inquiry as to who hud taken lodgings at
the hotel and who had gotten out In safety ,
bloln Din l ( Kinler.
Neither the proprietor nor attaches could
give the names of but a few of their per
sonal aoualntnnccs. Then a call was natur
ally made for the hotel register. It could not
bo found although it was not apparent that
it had been destroyed. Seurcli was Insti
tuted and an enterprising newspaper man
was found making off with It , thinking
thcreuy , doubtless , to secure u "scoop" on
hlu contemporaries bv prlntius.- the exclusive
list of names. But ho was despoiled of his
prize and may have to answer to u charge of
Jarci'iiy in the bargain ,
Throughout the day the streets near the
ruins where bad been Hotel Royal were
crowded with people , who atood for hours nt
a time , apparently unmindful of snow or
mud. They surged past the tire lines time
after time , and retired only after the roost
vigorous exertions on tbo part of tbo police.
The pressure was grimily relieved by the fact
that some of the people fouud standing space
in Bryant park , wliero they remained In tlio
expectation of seeing dead bodies from tbo
still burning ruins.
Uiuulo AVullx.
Before tbo search lor possible victims
could bo begun , it wus uocestary for thu fire
men to throwlTown the wnlU that were j < t '
standing. Xiic.so wcro fc v , tut wcro so
weak thftt , [ a dosrt ftpproich to thorn wns a '
matter ol grave danger. The roar p.irt nf
the Fortieth street wall And the partition
walls running parallel wilh Sixth nvetiuo
bud been loft standing almost entirely ,
lilnckonod skeletons' "with great Muck holes
where tha' wjndows nnd doors had
been and portions of a tire escape
cllnclngto them in grim Irony , About half
of the soutu * 48lon walls toinnlncd , show
ing where u itoxan fire plncos had been. At
Its' b.i o wns a lureo mirror- still line-racked ,
which I. an m/oricd / ) tbo ofllco All thu other
walls had fallen in Urn mass of ruins In
which the hotoJiand Its roiitcul * , with pos
sibly many bodlb.i , linil t'ceii ongulfod.
Few of the ( Watching thousands would
have consenTed to chnnuo places with the
hardy llreinpnvho mounted the scaling
ladder to the crumbling summit of the insecure
muss nnd dexterously ! threw the ropes over
the walls. When lljU , was adjusted thirty
men bent themselves to thu tnsK of ovor-
throwintr the wall. Tbo ruined wall wns
stronger than Had been thought , nnd it took
fully half nn 'hour to send it crashing Into
the pllo of wreckage benonth. Then the
work of clearing nwuy the wreck boiran.
Denprtiitc Struggle. I'or I. lie.
The guest who protxibly had tbo most nar
row and at tbo sama tlmo'tlio most marvelous
escape was M. L. Hnrmnn , n traveling sales
man for a St. Louis \yholosalo grocery house.
Ho registered at the hotel on Saturday evenIng -
Ing with his wife.
"I had n room on Ilia sixth lloor , " said Mr.
Hnrmau , "nnd was aroused from sleep by
n loud roaring ' nolso and by the
sound of n whistle which I think
was from ono of the engines
on tbo clevatod road. I opened my door and
discovered that the stairway loading to the
lower floors was In a blaze. The hallway
was filled with smoke , and as it poured Into
my room ns long as the door was open I
quickly closed H , knowing that there wns no
cacnpo that way. I then wont to the window
and opened it , nnd there teemed to
bo ns much smoke on tbo outside
ns there was in tbo hallway , for tbo
room soon filled with smoke from that direc
tion. Both my wife ami 1 would have suffo
cated in the room bad 1 not taken two towels
which 1 soaked with water. Those wo used
to keep the smoke out of our lungs by holding
them over our mouth and nostrils. I tried to
llnd n fire escape nenr our window , but there
wns none nnd I 'thought nt ono time thnt wo
would never got out of the room nlivo. It
wns certain death to Jump six stories , nnd as
it was olthor that or burn to death I said to
my wlfo : 'Alnttio. I nm going to shoot you
nnd then kill myself. ' 1 concluded that it
would bo hotter to die that wav than burn to
death , and ns I always sleep with n revolver
under my pillow 1 hurried to tbo bed and
got it.
1YI1 Through tlio I'lnor.
"By this t'mo ' the flames were coming up
through the cracks in the floor nnd through
tbo cracks of the door. Just as I was about
to shoot my wlfo the floor toll with a
crcsh nnd wo went down probably two
stories. The llooring stopped opposite a win
dow and my wife jumped out and landed on
the portico bciioatb. A rope was banging
nut of this window end with this assistance I
managed to get down another story , hut hero
1 slipped nnd fell-to , the portico beside my
wifo. 1 picked bar up but wns unable to
carry her ns I was almost suffocated nnd tbo
fall hud Injured me. I wns endeavoring to
roach a ladder to' carry her down to the street
when tbo llrettion took her from rno. Hnw 1
reached tbo stfool I do uot know. "
Mr. Hurmud'lrf confined to his bed nt tbo
Godnoy bouai ; . ilhs hands and chest are
severely burned and bis hair nnd eyebrows
are singed. Ho yvns told yesterday tnat his
wife was bcimx cared for at ono of the hos
pitals nnd thavsne was not fatally injured.
It is bellovoa , .tlowover , thutsho is ono of the
dead. ' '
Useil an I'mbrcllu nx I'arurhutc.
There wns not , oven u rope lire escape in
the room oa , tne third lloor which Felix
Ivraonii'r. a salesman lor Stomwny & Sons of
Now York , odiu'pjied , nnd had it uot boon for
Mr. Kraomer'A experience at hotel fires and
an umbrella lift would bo numbered among
tbo victims , r if
"Had I uot Jiad > n strong umbrella t should
either have beenuurned or killed by jumpIng -
Ing , " said Mrl Ivrae'mor. "I have been
burned out atTioteU three times , now. I was
burned at d hoteVAaVWiirroasburg , Mo. , and
'
also1 nt I'MI'v/tjr'rtiV'Kaii.r and 'I learned some
thing about how to net when ntn flro on
these two occasions. At a fire at Warrens-
burg a guest escaped hy using nn open um
brella to case hia flight from an upper story
window. I never forgot tbo way in
which ho escaped , nnd since that time
I have always been provided with
a s'rong umorella for an emergency like that
which presented itself this morning. As
soon as I reached the window on tbo third
lloor I opened my umbrella quickly and care
fully put the shawl strap over it , so s to
prevent it from turning inside out. Then 1
made n leap. I did not go sailing cracufully
out into thu nir , and land lightly on the
ground beneath , but I landed without any
broken limbs and ntn all right now. The
umbrella partially turned inside out just be
fore 1 reached the ground with a jar , but I
should think myself lucky if I bad escaped
with a bro on limb , for I'novor before saw a
lire burn so fiercely as the ono which con
sumed the hotel.
Fruntli' 1'eoiile at tlio Windows.
"I ran into the ofllno ns soon ns I ronched
tbo ground. I was the first porsor. jigotou
of the hotel , nnd I cannot inmelue how any
of the other guests got out , alive. I saw Mr.
Mears und the night clerk in the ofilcc.
"For God's sake , " 1 said , "why don't you
turn in n lire ularm ? " 1 went to the Gcdnoy
house , registered , secured a suit of clothe's
which did not fit mo and returned to the lire.
Even nt that tuna the fire department bad
not arrived , ami mou , women nod children
were nt tbo windows screaming for someone
tosavo thorn. I saw two or three people
jump from windows. It was ton minutes
after I returned to the Tire before a Inddor
wns raised tonny of the windows. I hoard
there were more than KSO people in the
b on 30 when I got out , and I cannot under
stand how moro than twenty of them es
caped wilh their lives. It will boa ditllcult
nfattorto convince rue that many of them
were not ronsted. There was a court in the
rear of the hotel , and many of tlio windows
of the Insulu rooms overlooked it. Hera 1 believe -
lievo dozens of people lost their lives. "
liiiiiIrIiiK lor .Missing KrleiuU.
.Further Inquiries were made during the
evening nt the West Thirtieth street pollco
station for thu following , who were mong
iho missing :
ICato Keilly. Elizabeth Donohue , Maggie
Guilder , Mav liyan und Susie Smith , chnm-
bermnlds ; Annie Cummlngs , Mrs. Van
Norden , William McLean and wife and O.
A. Murphy ,
Among other.- ) Inquired after were Mr. nnd
Mrs. Lockhurt , permanent guests of the
hotel , who came froin Scotland on a visit to
this country.
The police of Westr Thirtieth street station
and the firemen recovered a quunllty of jow-
olrv , trinkets auil wearing upparel about the
sconcofflro. AnibngthosothlugsuBold watch
case , No , li.-KUL and bearing the initials
"S. M. " on thuvaso , a black card case con
taining pawn fioubts , a package of letters
marked "Lena Cohen , " a package of papers
and photogruphtuai bundle of silver brace
lets , u bunch of Joys ( with a tug bearing the
name "Paul Dr > V/irIng , Yonkers , N , Y.1 n
silver tray anda fmv silver trinkets , a trunk
containing piUHnt papers , two trunks con
taining men nMd'l. ' women's clothing , n case
containing a 2.1-ceM't piece Inscribed "First
faro collected { OA tbo Brooklyn elevated
railroad , " and n'ettvor ' tbimblo marked "M.
A. D. "
d'n Feb. 7. The largo Iron
work ! ) of HauKli. Kotcliain , V Co. , at I laugh-
vitlc , a suburb of tf.lils city , ware almost com
pletely destroyed by tire this morning. . The
company Is engaatl solely In the manufac
ture of strnubirnl iron works nnd
ls ono of tlio most noted es
tablishments of its Kind in the country ,
Most of tbp government work U done there ,
I lie company at tlio present time having in
the course of construction a largo amount of
material for the government building at the
World's ' fair. Loss. $100,000 ; Insurance ,
$ TSlkX ) .
.Si'iiiNcmiap , Mass. , Fob. 7 , Tbo six-story
brick blocKon Main street , occupied by tbo
Blurne Paper compan ; , burned today. Lost ,
f70,000. Frank A. Sauer and W. K. Hosmor
were badly Injured.
PlTTsnimo , Pa. , Feb. 7. Tuo wholetula
dlschargoof Adams Kxpress messengers con-
tiuues. During the past week twenty-two
mon employed on the Cleveland & Pitts-
burg. Ft. vVavneand Panhandle roads were
dlsuiUsod. The only way the men can
account for their removal Is tlmt they
Joined tha uuiou of uxpruka ineisongori ,
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET i
Distillers Trtut Stock Scored ft Big Loss
Last Week.
NELS MORRIS WORKED A CORNER
( lotlmili Siniill Pry Tuuglit u I.r < on Not
llmlly forgotten-Tliey Are Now
Holding the Snek A Number
Were Caught ,
NKW YOIIK , Feb. 7. [ Special Telegram to
Tin : BKI.J : Attention wns largely concen
trated on DislllliTS trust stock this week ,
which had n further break of several points ,
making n clean drop of about twouty points
from the tlctiro of li.'i , whluh It lately
reached , to ! . " > which U nearly touched tbo
past week. Tliu bitter fooling against the two
prominent officers of the corporation ,
Morris am ! Greene , Is natural. The points
to buy right from the Inside were most
Humorous when the steen was above sixty
and owing to ono sottrco from which they
wore dlssomluatoil in this city , tno buying
was largely among the class designated as
the 'MOO. "
It is funny enough that the gltt-cdgo
circles of Now York society should bo fooled
by Ncls Morris and Abe Grcono of Chicago ,
two persons they would tognrd socially with
supreme contempt. After the Distillers
stock had been broken ns far as It would uo ,
the whole market began to Improve , thoifgh
thcro wns vtlll a good deal of
soiling of Union Paciflo and' Atchison.
It Is understood the manipulation of those
slates in the market Is done by a bull pool.
It is tolerably plain that some largo holders
hnvo boon unloading lately , for reasons
doubtless satisfactory to themselves.
Despite , howpver , the strong advance of the
coal stocks , there was little movement In the
general list.
Western Union ( Julio I'roinUlnt ; .
All improved temper may open the way to
advances this week. Thcro is talk of
Western Union , which has already mauo a
quick rise , going higher. The Missouri ,
Kansas & Texas securities should bo rlpo for
un advance , for the company Is doing well ,
making largo earnings over and above all
charges , and the forthcoming annual report
must direct thu favorable attention of In
vestors to tbo property.
The demand for bonds continues ns good as
ever. A house which has a block of good
bonds to mat kot on commission is now re-
gnrded with something like envy by those
who bavo not , which is somewhat of n
change in Wall street from what it was ton
months ago. The uneasy feeling nbout tlio
stiffness of exchanges seems uncalled for.
Wo usually send out gold in the spring
and doubtless some will go this spring. Cal
culations based on our "trndo balance" made
up solely of merchandise exports are of llttlo
value in thcso days. As to tbo largo increase
in the loans shown by the bank statement , it
must bo remembered such increase is always
.shown for two or three weeks in February
und is duo to trade movements.
Iliiriimi Market Iti'\le\v.
HAVAXA , Fan. ( i. The market , for sugar
was quiet during the week , but at the close
a fair business was done atadvanclng prices.
The quotatlous are ns follows : Molasses
sugar , regular to good polarization , ? .2. > to
$2. 7 } pold per quintal ; Muscovado , fair to
good refining , 85 to 1)8 ) dog roes polarization ,
$3.'jri to J.a7 ! < ; centrifucal , 9J to 00 decrees
polarization , in hogshead * , bags and boxes ,
2..Kt % toaoi4' . Stocks In warehouses nt
Havana and Matanzas , twenty-eight boxes ,
U5.'i,000 bugs and .154 hogsheads ; receipts from
the 2Sth to the Hist , (14,000 ( bags and 158
hogsheads ; exports for the sumo period , 7.V
000 bags and 103 hogsheads , of which
CO.OOO bags and all tbo hogsheads to the
United States. Bacon , ? S.75 gold per
100 pounds. Butter , superior American , Jli.OO
per quintal. Flour , American , J7.00 gold per
barrel. Jerked beef , ? S.f > 0 gold nor quintal.
Hams. American sugar cured , ? 13.00 gold per
quintal for northern ; $17.00 for southern.
Lard , in kegs , 5S.75 gold per quintal ; in tins ,
$11.00. Potatoes. American , jll.OO gold per
barrel. Lumber nominal' Shocks quiet.
Whlto navy bonus , jCi.OO gold per quintal.
Chewing tobacco , $19.50 gold per quintal.
Hops quiot. Freights moderate. Exchange
quiet. Spanish gold , 'J.-tl ? . ; to U.42 per cent.
IM.HK1KATIOX INVESTIGATION.
Keport ot the Commission Some InterestIng -
Ing , Instructive I'actH.
WASHIXOTOX , D. C. , Fob. 7. The members
of the commission which visited Europe for
the purpose of investigating tbo subject of
immigration to the United States have sub
mitted their report to the secretary of the
treasury. Commissioners Weber nnd ICenip-
stor made a general report , which covers
several propositions nirnishod by the Treas
ury department , first , ns to tha "causes
which incite emigration. " These , they
state , nro the superior conditions
and advantages in the United States
higher waccs , fewer hours of labor ,
bettor living , freedom from military duty
and burdensome taxation , und regulations in
volving freedom of movement , personal lib
erty nnd better opportunities for rising to
higher social leveh in tills country , nnd In
Hussia it is duo to religious persecution.
They obtained statistics from all tbo great
transatlantic steamship companies allowing
thnt moro than l > 0 per cent of immigrants
who land hero come only ns sent for by rela
tives or friends who preceded them , nnd on
tickets which are purchased in this country.
As to whether steamship companies stimu
late emigration they report that in the
countries visited by thorn this is forbidden
by laws with severe penalties , copies ol
which are appended to the report.
.SteiiiiiHhlji l.llicsVII1 Obey the l.uiv.
The results of conferences held with
Ktcamship companies nt Liverpool and
Bremen are given in wl'lch the steamship
company express n determination to bo gov
erned by our laws , nnd several of tbo line ;
hnvo already issued circulars requiting nil
subagjiiu to conform with iho now Instruc
tions based upon our laws , which they quote ,
and the circulars are appended.
As to the importation of contract laborers
they say congressional legislation , which
transferred the immigration bureau to fed
eral oversight , has very largely stopped the
wholesale practice of such operations , and
'bat it now exists to a very limited extent.
Concerning 'pauper immigration , they say
thnt If tbo standard of pauperism is to be
based upon money possessions when lumlod ,
it would in times past have excluded many
who are now prominent In commercial , finan
cial aim legislative bodies nnd every way
worthy as true American citizens , and if this
stnnunrd is now to bo adopted it will exclude
those who may become equally desirable.
1'lieir report gives in detail a method by
which all undesirable Immigrants mav bo
prevented from embarking and with no ox
peuso to thu United States briolly , this Is to
hold all steamship agents and tmbngents
responsible for the return of Ineligible * .
Thn largo number of immigrants coming
from Hussia requires a thorough Investiga
tion of the causes existing in that country
which produces this outflow and Com
missioners Weber und Kempstor spent
most of their tlmo there nnd give a
full account of tha methods pursued
which , if continued will cause the emigra
tion of n population numbering frum5XJ)00 ( ) ( )
to 7,000,000 , not only of Jews , out of all non-
inombors of the orthodox Greek chueli.
Their conclusions are that the torrlblo par-
socutintis uro based almoit entirely upon
religious grounds.
KiiKlliih Coutieln l.umlod.
Commissioner Cross says that there is u
byatematlu landing on our shores of the con
victs of Gnmt Britain and that ho has posl-
tivo proof that from England , Ireland und
Scotland during the last eleven years thcro
has been a systematic widespread and
thoroughly organized movement by the
government of Great Britain for the purposn
of tending convicts to the United States , and
the passuiro nnd money to keep them while
Booking employment bore u furnished
dlrectlv by the gotornment of Great Britain ,
expended through "discharged prisoner * ' aid
societies , " which are provided by an "act
for more effective prevention of crime , "
passed August 21 , 1671.
Itobliril of Her Dliiinondi ,
WASIIIHITOX , D. O. , Fob. 8. Ex-Senator
Bo wen of Colorado , aud hU wlfo , are visiting
the city and are staying at tbo Uigg *
houso. Friday nipnl during the sena
tor's absence ftom the hotel , nnd whllo
MM. Bowcn was at dinner some ono entered
their room nnd stele diamond jewelry valttud
nt about fl.OOO. Thcru 1 no clue in the
thief , but suspicion f.ilU upon a man from
St. Louts nnd nn unknown caller , who on the
day provloiM sent up bin card to the ox-
sonntor whllo tbo latter wns out.
.sro/.M/r" . ; ; > .i.v.s ( jr.irtri.Vf.v ,
IOHII Teiniernnee | I'eopte Oli.leet to the
' S looiil < eeper'n < looil I'ordine.
Om.Mw.t , la. , Fob. 7.- [ Special Teloaram
TUB i3ni.J " " .Ionian the
to : "Stormy" , no
torious saloonkeeper , is liable to occupy n
common cell with the rest nf the guests in
Iho county jail. Sheriff Molutyro had elven
him n front room downstairs , nnd when the
temperance people beard of It they
became Indignant and presented a
petition to Imvu tbo prisoner sent to a cell
like other Jnll inmates. Jutlgo Bnbb called
the sheriff's attention to the mutter , but the
luttcr declnrcd tnat Unit was the treatment
otf.ur sheriff * nnd accorded the keeper of the
"Corn Exchange" nnd ho didn't know ns It
WAS anybody's business as long ns he kept
him in custody.
Jtlilgo Bnbb lias taken the matter under
advisement nnd will grunt Iho petition if he
can find legal authority to do so.
Agnliml ( IreMlou'itValer Company.
CiiKMttx , la. , Feb. 7 , [ Special Telegram
to Tim Bii.j : : At a late session of the ills-
trlctcourtlnsl night tbo case of P. D. Wat
son & Co , against the Creston Water Works
company was terminated ami a judgment
rendered in favor ol Watson 3s Co. for $1V
000. Watson it Co. Immediately admitted
iho claims of their workmen nnd local mer
chants to Iho amount of nbout $1,000.
TOO fO.VJ7W.YfJ.
Seattle I'coplu Taken In hy n Sllek
Swindler.
PORTLAND , Ore , , Feb. 7. A warrant was
issued last night for the nrrost of I2zrn D.
Durnnd , president of the Duraud Orsnn &
Piano company of this city , on n chnrpo of
forgery. Durand loft thn city last Friday
evening and his present whereabouts Is un
known.
Durnnd came to this city nbout ton ycnrs
ngo from St. Louis and angniod in business.
Two years ngo ho organized the Uurand
Organ & Piano company with a capital stock
of f lOO.OiXJ , This was atlorwnrds increased
to 00,000. In payment for stock In this
company ho would tnko a promissory note.
This note , it is stated , ho would Im
mediately sell or keep as collateral
to borrow money on. In this
manner ho is said to have raised
nbout ? ' 00,000 , with which he speculated in
real cst'ite. IIo did not realize on tun specu
lations ns ho anticipated , and , in orde'r to
raise moro money , ho mortgaged everything
in his chnrgo nnd issued forged notes , the
amount of which is not .vet known. A few
days ago attachment suits were begun by
third parties , in whoso hands the stockhold
ers' notes had fallen. This precipitated a
crisis. The loss will fall heavily on the
stockholders , some of whom will lose all
they possess. MoU of them live in this
vicinity. Among Durand's creditors is the
Cottage Organ company of Chicago , to whom
ho owes , It is suld. f 15,01)0. )
KILI.KD A
AH-iiuilted by a Would-lle Thief n Chicago
Oflleer KIIN Him.
CHICAGO , III. , Fob. 7. A peculiar tragedy ,
in which a would-bo robber was the victim ,
occurred hero tonight. On ono of tbo most
prominent corners in the city. Madifon
nnd La Sallo streets , u gang of desperate -
perato footpads attorn plea to rob nn
inoffensive Cbiniimnn on the rear
platform nf a Madison street cable car.
Detective Norton of the Central station had
been watching the mon and ho interfered in
the Chinaman's behalf , but succeeding in
arresting only ono of the crowd. While tak
ing his prisoner to tbo station tbo oflicor
was seriously assaulted from behind
by one of the gnng who had followed
tnom. The assailant , whoso name is
George Williams , ullus John Purkor , struck
tbo detective on tha bead with the butt of n
pistol. Norton was almost stunned by the
blow , but ho turned , drew bis revolver nnd
fired at Williams , who fell to the sidewalk ,
mortally wounded.
CII.IJttlKN AH.IIXST VAl'TAlX 1HHTHKK.
lie Is Aeeuneil of Dealing Ton M-verely with
Suxpeetei ! HevoliitlonlntN.
SAX ANTONIO , Tex. , Feb. 7. In a letter
ndurossed to General Homclriz , a
Mexican named Camnrgo , but buvlng
n ranch in Texas , charges that
Captain J. G. Bourke , in his recent Garza
cxpoditlon on tbo 24th ult. , visited his ranch ,
where his wife was made to open
tbe house , niter which all the house
hold effects were gene through. Camurco
says thnt his wife , with her baby in her
arms , complained to thu soldiers 'iind was
further tcrrilicd by Captain Bourke threatening
oning to burn the houso. Camargo claims
that they wcro taken in custody und treated
line prisoners and placed In a guard house
infested with vermin. Ho says that ho in
tends to bring his case before the State de
partment through the government.
ATt'lllSOX GLOItlll.KS.
A man's sorrow is not always expressed in
bawling.
It is easier to keep out of trouble than it is
to get out.
Tbe less mouoy a man leaves the sooner his
family bury him when ho dies.
When there is no opportunity for giving ,
tbo meanest of us feel charitable.
Nearly every mother admires ono of her
sons more than all her other children.
Sentenreil In Death.
CiiK'\no , 111. , Fob. 7. George Painter must
hang for the murder nf Alice Martin , other
wise known as Alice Painter , his common-
law wife. Thu jury was out nil nlu'hl , and
bringing in iho death vordlct in Iho cold
foggy atmosphere of Judge Clifford's court
.Sunday was in keeping with the ropcilant
character of the casn throughout. Painter ,
who , up to this tlmo bad appeared perfectly
cool , turned palo and n tremor shook his
frame.
Tbo crime of which Painter is con
victed occurred May 11 lust. The
woman wns proven to bo of im
moral character , ami the story told by
tha prisoner was that ha went homo lain on
the night of too murder and found her do.-itl
on tlio lloor of their beuroom , where t > ho bnd
evidently been beaten to death with n club.
Pnlntor maintained throughout the trial that
the deed must have been committed liy seine
one of tbo woman's numerous callers niul
allowed that she had saved his Ufa by nurs
ing him throui'b a contagious fovur. Tim
chief evidence against him was an overcoat
stained with blood.
AViiH u J'loneer J'reneher.
Itov. W. b. Blackburn and wife are thn
guests of their sons. Messrs. T. W. . W. C.
and J. J. Bluokbu'rn of this city. Mr , Black
burn IH a pioneer Nebraska Methodist minister
tor , having Illlod thu Brownvillo pulpit us
early as J8'17 ' , and been almost continuously
In the active Ilinoruoy in UiU stuto ever since
thut dnto. Ho Is likewise ono of tbo oldnit
ministers in tbe ZSobrusku conference
In length of continuous service. Ho
entered the mlnUtrv In Pennsylvunlu when
a boy 17 vears of ngo , mid ho bus now passed
his HUt vonr. For forty-four yours no has
been act'ivoly engaged in his profession , and
bu is toduy apparently us vigorous in both
body and mind us ho was twenty-five year. *
airo' when ho bei-amon member of tbo old
Nebraska conference and the late Father
Iximon was hl presiding elder ,
Torimilo In Ohio ,
CvdXKT , O. , Fob. 7. A tornado passed
through the southern part of Wood county
this afternoon , unroofing houses , uprooting
A IIUIMiUIt
require * courage , but imitators
have the rj mill ties of u burglar
without. Ilia couru o. Joiiu'in
HolT'it Mult Extract is t > o popu
lar Hint it lins 1 ecu imitated.
See that the bit'iiittitro of
"Joliunn HotT" IH on the nock of
every bottlo. Klsnor & Mcn-
' .dulbon Co. , solo atfuiilu , 0 Hur-
oluy St. , Notv York.
lurffi trees , blowing down tenoo * ftnil ol
derrick * nnd dotni ; ( Inningo to the oil tanks
of the Stnmlmtl nnd ether oil companies. No
los * of lifo reported no fur.
A NEW OCCUPATION FOR CUPID.
lie Helps Along the Moiio.v-Mnklni ;
Schemes of n Sun rrnneliieo
Cupid presenting docloiV bills in the
most prontc fashion but under rotnantlo
provocation Is ono of the Intust yoiiKiitlont
in certain local circles , says tbo San
Fr.uicls.co Chronk-lo. Tito doctor IH not
to the tnannor born. Hither ward ho
canto from foreign parts Intent on mak
ing money fast anil incidentally captur
ing an heiress , If fate thunv ono lii his
way. Fate throw sot-oral , for the young
hitly with substantial expectations in the
way of corner lots Is no rare bird In San
Francisco. To ono bewitching damsel
the doctor was so nttontlvo thut the wlso
and observant parent on Iho petticoat
slilo suggested an airing in the park.
"lOvnngolino Is so dolicalo , " said she ,
"and a drive will do her a world of
Hood. "
Diplotnatio nnthors with pretty
datiirhtors know eo well how to do that
kind of tiling .vlthottt infriii 'ing the
propriotlos or startllnf ; the aluorous
swulii ,
The airing was enjoyed. The doctor
brought up his buggy , and the heiress ,
lovelier than over in sealskin and just
enough powder to woo the winds and
avert the calamity of a frei-kled no < uV
hopped In. Away they drovo. through
the winding highways ana byways of tlio
park , and further deponent sall'h not on
the part of tlio romance.
Tbo sequel is brief , eimimstanlial and
business like. Ono wo > k after the doc
tor's collector rang the heiress' doorbell
and presented Ibo following billet doux
' Miss ( iiltedgo to Krnslus Sawbones ,
Dr. : To ono ri.lo In the park , $10. "
tivon diplomatic mothers wilh pretty
daughters do not ahvtiyn know how to do
tlioso , things . . with . a . foreign . pill com
pounder in hot quest of boodle is the
amorous swain.
.1 IIOMI ! DON'T
FORGET
TlitTo's N'otli'iiK ' I.IU
Natural Jolly
Specific
Oxygen
IT'llCnm ! fronli in ii.irUIni ; wnliT.ret w.iiHtcrful
YOU SI'.H ll' cunc ntr U'it Ox ) Ken ttoreil Ui life.
YOU I.NllAl.i ; Uio unrni , rl.'li uxTKonnteil vnpvr
l.M.MmilATin.Y It niirina. ni > .thru , cxlillninli-s.
( ilVKH apretllo niul fvr.ct . sleep mtiir Ur.
ItKHTOltKS tliu slritiuieil nervous ayitoiii.
KKI'AKATK Spaclllo nswl for rntnrrh.
THIS tontine U iiriiiiil .mtnlllnit.
One Week's Ticket AliMilntely ! "ivt > .
SiKclllc Oxygen iimlllveU euro * t'ntnrrli Urnn
chills. A.Htlinin , l.'i ( trlpiM * . rouuiii | > tlon. llcM'laclju ,
IsiM'inln. NcrvniM l'ru lriillitn.
KMI.NK.N'P | ili ) IHmii In clmrvtMir Oniiihii ullici's.
CoiiKiiltatlnn niul O\ > KCHM11111111 Tree.
Ciillur write. lluiulreiN Inpplly Imve
T U SI'Ki'IKIO ( IXVOKN CO. .
SlOMicclr HIilB. ror ftli ntnl Honari ! Mi"M > K
Omaliu. Nultrnsku.
Slain lipailiiuartcra iiurt l.uhonilorli' * . Nnflivlllo
'
Sold infer
for Is. IHd. , and
in America
for 85 cents a , bottlo. :
IT TASTES < 300T > . [
r.Acker's ' English Pills :
Cure ElckneEB and HcailacUo. : '
JURE' ' t-inull , plrii'unl , u luturlto Mllli I lit- ; " *
I LLS 1 W. II. IIOOKKUi'l-O. ' . HHW VOIIK.
. * 'J r- * - - - - ' - - . it tB-fl' - * *
For sale by Kiilm & Co. , and Shornmi
& McConnell , ( malm.
Cod-liver oil suggests co \ -
sumption ; which is almost u i-
fortunate. Its best use is b-
fore you fear consumption -
when you begin to get th n.
Consumption is only one of
the dangers of thinness.
Scott's Emulsion of cocl-
liver-oil makes the thin
plump , and the plump arc
almost safe.
Let us send you a booU on
rui , LIVING free.
Scorr/J I'.iiw.M ! , Chrmius , ij > South ( ill Atenue (
New Vork.
Vour drn.'ciu Ieeps Scctl' Dnultionnf toJ.livfr
oil-all drueuisli evcrywlicii : do. f i.
III ! . K , C WIMTH NKIIVK AMI IIIIAIN TIIKAT-
MK.NT.ii | iPclHiifiir llrttetlii , II | IMUM. UK , .Noil
pilfU llBiulitrlio. NITTOIM l'ro9trati < iiir.iu > Hil liy ill
riiliu [ iir lolmmi.VnUrfiilnon. . Jlenlnl lleirui | > lun ,
hdfli.Mliu ul tlio llraln. ( Minlru lin-in ly luMur/ .
ilciMv , ilimlli. I'rc'iiniturii Ol'l A , lliir'i'inaM. I < 'JH
ul ruHurliieUlinriiUJk. liupolimi'jr. l.oui unliljj.'i n.i I
ull I eniftlwVuikiiuiBfi liivutiiutiiry l uii's Svir
iiialcirrhuoaeiiujwt by orrr-unurllnn nf lint brain ,
Hoir-iilim ' iitvr-lniliilui'iiu ) . A'ii.inUr treutiiiunt
II , II for l'i. I"iu ll W liiinriutoo l > hoiai In
eiirii. CiicIt iinlur forii lumiti. wlllifj will cn < l writ
ten Kimr.inlcu l'i rofunil If nut cure. . ) ( .ifirunUsi
l > piii. < l iiuljr hy A rii'lirutur. liruidil t , olu .ijonu , * ,
K. cur ICIli uiut Knriiuiuatt. tiimlM9ti. ) .
eniililntlioilynicitliilo | | eot
lui Ml lieH. Tliey ouise. lh fooil Ions-
cv Klinlliiti ) mid iionrMi tint lioily , Kl * "
95 iipnrtlte unil ileveloi | llexli. l'i Ice , ttfl (
eenl : . Kmiet HI HIUUU | lit liorder.
CURB
A i\vi \ und rmiii1ult' | 'rrt'utuient. cunvUtlnK ef
hup | > u > lliirlu < . Oliitiui'iit In Cai | > ul > . ulnu In il'ir
anil I'llti. n I'cmlllvo I urn for I'.it Tnul , liituriinl
lllluil or Illcmlliitf ItchliiK , l.'lironlv , llect'iil or
llrrnlllury I'lli'i 'I III * KuiulMly hti ucvur IIUDII
knuniiiolull ( I iit-rlHix U for tit ii'nt bmnll
Wliy sulti-r from lliU U-r/ll.lu itl ua t when writ
ten uMiiiaiilrn l . | iu < lllvi > lr ) rflveu nllbOUoioi , to
refund thu inuni.y If fioi curuil. Homl Mtauii ( fur
Ireo Honiile. | Uimranltiu liiiimt by Kubu A I'u. ,
l t . Solu Au'Oiiu , ouruur IStli ami
, Oruutia , Neb. \
.nrtcrxturui. I wllleruj
l ) free to nr uO rer , a prx
CURE rilptlun to eulaue tmatl , weak
p rn unil nrulu curt for fx > (
Vlfor | , : iululuu > .Vnnco le
J.U.UUl'ilK , UuxM AILKU

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