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THE OMAHA DAJLY BEE : WEDNESDAY , FEKRUAllY 10 , 1892.
BE MAY LEAVE THE CABINET Announcement of Secretary Dlaino's ' Inten tion to Resign His Portfolio. WORK OF THE OFFICE IS TOO CONFINING ) IU Hraltli DriiiiiniU llrst nnil n Miirn Halnlirloin Cllnmlo ThiiiiTluit AfTonleil Aliing till ! I'litiiiiuir Aliout till I'rolmliln S WA inNTiTo > t lit-itn.ur or TUP BBB , 1 fil.'I FoUUTr.KNTIt STllKr.T , X WisiiisviTO.v. U. (1. ( . Fob. 9. I Secretory Hininu's resignation from tlio caulnot. will , after n reasonable interval , fol low Ills latter of withdrawal as a presidential ) > OSSlllllltV. For this statement your correspondent lias nuthority second only to that of Secretary Jilnlun himself. Mr. lilalno has reached a 0 oil n I to determination to resign his commis sion as secretary of state. Only the date at which this notion shall bo taken remains un- determined. Mr , llliitni ? , If ho follows his personal inclination , would tender the presi dent his resignation at once , but ho realizes that such nn act following Immediately upon his letter to Chairman Ciarkson would bo vldoly misinterpreted and would bo con- ntruod by the opponents of the republlcnn "party either as an net of pique or us Indicating serious differences between the prosldi'titiind hU premier. Therefore , Mr. I31aina will postpone his resignation from the cabinet until time enough shall have clapiud 1 to separate In the public mind that act from Ills announcement that his name would not po before the republican national convention lor the presidential nomination. UN I'ri'1'nrlons Hi-tilth , The reason which Secretary Blaine will ptvo to the president for retiring from the cabinet will bo that of physical inability to continue to perform tno urauous nnn exact- hit ; duties of his present ofllou. This is In fact the true reason for Mr. lllalno's deter- initiation to withdraw entirely from ofllclul life. Other motives mav and' doubtless will bo assigned by his critics for his action , but It will bo really bused on his precarious health. Jl bus been the hope of Mr. Blaine for several months to spend some of the present winter In n tnoru equitable and wnr > nor cllmato. When ho loft Bar Harbor last fall itviis wltli the intention of going from Washington either to the extreme southern part of Texas or to Mexico to spend the win ter. The Chilian imbroglio dragged Its length until n trip of so great extent bccamo tmpractlcahlo. Since the Chlliau affair has assumed less Importance it is stated that Mr. Blaine has expressed a desire to go as soon as possinlo to the Bermudas ana remain till thu late sprint ; or curly summer months had settled the itcklo weather of this latitude. Blnco that time Mr. Blaine has oxnrossed a desire to visit Cuba , and it is thought that Island will bo his most probable destination nfter hu has resigned Irom the cabmot. The determination of Mr. Bluino to retire from the cabinet , which is hero publicly an nounced for the llrst time , was intimated yesterday by Felix Agnus of Baltimore , who said in an interview : "I should not bo sur prised to sco Mr. Blaine retire oven from the cabinet , of which ho has beun such uu eminent member. " General Aenus' words may bo given All the significance due to the utterance of an Intimate personal friend of Secretary Bluino. To only a few of these friends is Mr.'Blalno's determination known tonight. \Vlli Might MICI-IMM ! lliin. It is , of course , too early to speculate as to who may succeed Mr. Blatno us secretary of Ktato. The name of ex-Senator Edmunds of Vermont nuturallv suggests itself , bccauuo or his known intimacy with the president Him nis great experience in nubllo affairs , but it will bo remembered that Air. Edmunds assigned tils own _ precarious health as his reason for resinning from the senate. Now York already has a member of the cabinet , which would seem to debar from considera tion tlio name of ox-Senator Kvnrts , who was secretary ot state under President Hayes. It is thought more probable that the president would look to the west for a suc cessor to Secretary Blaine , and it is sug gested that ho might find it good politics to select n man from Illinois. Iu this connec tion tlio name of Itoborl T. Lincoln , who was secretary of war under President Arthur , and who is no > v United States min ister at the court of St. James , might bo ro- callo : ! and promoted to the head of the State department. Tlio most Important subject after reci procity now before that department is the Boring ica question , with which Minister Lincoln's duties during the past three years have nuulo him thoroughly familiar. niUrcllaiirniiu , Paul E. Stlllmwi of Jefferson , la. , ts at the Cochran. J. K. Smith , cashier of the First National bank of Beatrice , is hero , also Governor West of Salt Lake , U. T. Senator Manderson celebrated his 55th birthday at the capltol today and received ninny congratulations. The iMobraska association hold an enthusi astic mooting last night. Fourteen now members wore cnrollod and committees on executive , political , social , transportation and meetings were appointed. Yesterday evening troop 1C , Ninth uav- nlry , secured the services of a band and gave their commaudor , Colonel Guy V. Henry , nt Fort Meyer , who has recently been nro- meted away from them , a serenade. Today Colonel Guy V. Henry cove n , lunchoou at Fort Meyer to the ofllcers nt his post to "wot his commission , " as they call It , on nn ofllcer's promotion. It is understood that the president will fill the vacancy In the list of brigadier generals in iho army , caused by tne retirement of General Katitz. during the coining woelc. Walter H. lull was today recommended for appointment as postmaster nt Sinartvillo , Nob. , and C. C. Biicknoll r.t Alvo. T. A. Nundon was today appointed post master at Baltic , Mmnohaha county , S. D. , vlco T. J. Ousted , removed. AssIstunt Soorotary Chaudlur today af firmed the decision of the general land ofllco in the timber culture contest of J. O , Loltoh- ky against C. L. Wntltlns from tno McC'ook district , dismissing the contest. Secretary Noble has afllrmotl the decision below In the railroad and homestead contest of Henry J , King uiralnst the Chicago , Mil waukee & St Paul Hallway company from Chamberlain , S , D. , roJoctlinrKlnir'ii applica tion to make entry for the ruason that his application contllctod with that of the rail road company. The land was formerly cm- braced In the Crow Creek reservation and the secretary holds that the question is in no way related to the opening or closing of that reservation , as tuls land was exempt from the order which opened the reservation to settlement , being a part of the land duo to the ruilroad company It. their right of wav. P. S , H. NHWS I'OK THU AltMY. Coni | > loti < lUt of Cmur | | < < In the lli-gulitr Hrrvlco V - t riliiy , WASHINGTON , V. C , , Feb. 9. [ Special Telegram to TUB BKU ) . The following assignments today and change of station of ofllcow of thj medical department are ordered : The boards of officers convened at the places mid by thu orders from the War do- jiartiucnt hereinafter specified for the exami nation of oftlcers to determine their Illness for promotion are dissolved , viz ! Vancouver Barracks , Wash. , convened Juno 10 , IB'Jl ' ; War department , Washington , I ) . C , , Octo ber , SJ8. 181U- , Fort Grant , Aw. , October IM , IbWl ; KortD. A. Uusiell , Wio , October , 1SU1 ; Fort Adams , K. I. , October ' . ' 8. Ib'Jl ; St , Louli , Mo. , October'is , IbUl. The leave of auieneo granted Licutt > unut Colonel Will- lam B. Hugnes , deputy quartermaitor cen- eral , November 11 , IS'Jl , la extended one month , The leave of absence granted First Lieutenant George H. Crell , Thlrtoeth Infuii. try.Jauunryai , IbM , lavld' ' lslaud.New York harbor , Is extended twonty-threa dny . Lieutenant Colonel Kugene B. Bonuniont , Third cavalry , will proceed to Ms homo at Wilkesbarru , 1'a. , at which place he la authorized to await retlromont nt his own request. A board of oflloeri U appointed to meet at the War department , thii city , at the cell of the senior men btr , for the purpose ol revising the manual ol guard dutv , prepared l > y the tactical board , witu & vlnw to iu adoption and use In the army Detail for the boards Major John (3. Glimoro , assist ant adjutant general ; Captain Kdward S. Godfrey , Seventh cavnlry ; First Lieutenant John P. French , Jr. , Fourth artillery. \VritPrn I'enilom. WASIIISOTOS- . C. , Fob. a f Special Telo- Kram to Tits BSE. ] The following list of pensions gr.intoj is roportoa by THE BBB and Examiner Bureau of Claims : Nebraska : Original David Wolf , Wesley N. White , Jacob Boomer , John N. Blakcslco , Theodore Dutchor , Otlomnr Shear , Salmon B. Chapman , Joseph Mitchell , Jacob J. Crosby , Gcorgo B. Ko'.chbill , William Vul- gamoro , Franklin Force , George U. Banner , George A. Wlutchor , Lyman F. Thornton , Charles W. Barnes , John Fullwolght , William L , Baker , Albert C. Maxson , William Norton , Harrison W. Merrill , George K. Downing , George W. Gibson , Isaac B. Demon. Additional Henry Gorkon , Michael Connolly. Restoration and increase Philemon B. Parsons. Iowa ; Original Onrrotion L. Cnrhart , Charles A. Baker , John Urlo , Albert C. Knlph , Stephen Wynans , Edward Albeo , Addlson Androxvs , George Thompson , Albert Bird. Wllbjr F. ( Sarnor , William II. Blgo- low , William E. Durfreo , Hiram S. North- rup , John G. Morris , John Myers , Charles N. Bennett , Henry P. Brooks , Andrew Stone broker , Martin Hassctt , Martin L. Marshall , William J. Evans , John H. Pottlger. James McCIoskoy , Horace Farlnud. Henry Thomp son. Albert L. Orinith , Franklin A. Me- Conahy , Gcorgo A. Tnrholt , William O. Thompson , Wllllnm II. Pholps. Ellas Skin. nor , James B. Dunn , Samuel A. Axtcll , Emory J. Benson , Orville M. Buck , Wonoy Hltt , Walter D. Barker , Thomas J. Ochll- tree , Nathaniel A. Cole , William l . Alfred , John Peters , Uotlof Schect , Thomas M. Chiiinbers , Manuel Garcia ( special act ) , Thomas Pinno.v , deceased , James II. Mu- Cuno , William C. Scranton , deceased. Ad ditional Chester Wright. Increase Patrick Davis. Original , widows , otu. Mnry J. Ludloy , Elizabeth TeoKlppo , Lui-lnda Pen- nuy , Eunice Dovol , Sarah E. Scranton , Esther McCoy , mother ; Martha Gooklln , motnor. D. C. , Feb. 9. [ Special Telegram to TIIG Uiin.j The following list of patents granted H reported by Tin : Bun and Examiner Bureau ot Claims : James 11. Cloves , DCS Molnos , In. , side spring vehicle ; Gcorgo W. Dickey , assignor to Dickey Automatic Car Coupler company , Des Moines , In. , car coupling ; Thomas A. Ferguson , Ljotu , Nob. , wrench ; Stuntien J. and J. 13. Loughrun , Des Moincs , la. , furnace nace- ; Samuel T. Miles , jr. , Brltton , S. D. , horse shoor's tool ; John T. O'Brien , Kear ney , Nott. , oloctrlu covornor ; William T. Shaffer , Evanston , Wyo. , elevated railway car ; Charles C. Wilson , Columbus , Nob. , mull bag. MONEY IN SIGHT. Nrarly llulf ot the Xiitiuiial Drill nuarnnty l-'uiul 1 * Huhscrllii'il. Prospects of securing the 10,000 guaranty fiiml from citizens to got the national mili tary encampment of the Competitive Drill association nro more encouraging than ever if the soliciting committees know anything about the matter. Another mooting of the different commit tees was held yesterday afternoon at the Board of Trade rooms. The mooting was presided over by W. J. Broatch , and when ho asked Secretary Aitchison what amount had been subscribed to the fund the latter stntod that the soliciting committees had got , 'J50 pledged , of which amount $330 was in cash. John T. Clarke , ono of the committeemen , believed that the bunks and street railways ivould do their share in guaranteeing the fund. Inquiring letters from military companies at St. Louis. Indianapolis , Galveston and .Jackson , Mich. , were read by Captain Mul- ford of the Omaha guards. In the commu nications it was stated that the olllcors of the different companies wore anxious us to what had boon done hero. If Omaha had decided to have the encampment they wanted to know it in order that they could begin dril ling.Tho The chairman was instructed to confer with the Real Estate O'.vner. ? association as H had agreed , through its attorney , John T. Gathers , to guarantee ono-third of the $30- 000 lund. Mr. Ciithcrs was absent at the meeting , but it was thought if the members of the Real Estate Owners association would make such a guaranty , the oalnnco of thn fund could easily bo raised. E. P. Davis thought the encampment would got as many people hero ns had the state fairs in previojs years. Before letting the thing fall throuuh Mr. Davis was willing , with n limited number of other members , to maico a private organization. Ho thought the gate roceluts and booth privileges would more than reimburse the ones furnishing the guaranty. Another mooting at which 11 mil action will bo taken in the matter will be hold Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Airs. Winslow's soothing syrup for chil dren teething produces natural quiet sloop. 25 cents a ImMlrt . jf.ixa.ts iiituio.ii > JiililiorH litlV.Tt a Cc > niiromlHo | byVhlcli Tlioy Are I'rntoutuil. TOPBKA , Kan. , Fob. 9. | Spoolal Tlogrnra to Tun Bun. ] Ueprosontativos of the rail road companies and wholesale grocers of interior Kansas Jobbing points , who have been before the board of railroad commis sioners for the past two days in attemptiiin to agree upon a ruto for Kansas points , ar rived at it compromise this afternoon. Here tofore in certain classes of groceries the rate to Interior Jobbers has been the .sum of thu Kansas City locals. January 0 the board ordered the railroad companies to abolish this rate and give towns on through lines the benefit of the through rate. The railroad companies and the Missouri river towns which regarded it as a stroke at their com mercial supremacy fougnt , the order anil were granted u hearinj , * . The compromise effected toilay , while n trillo bettor for the railroad companies , is no better for Kansas City nnd other river towns. The now freight schedule , which goas into olloct , March 1 , llxos thu differential on sugar at 1f > cents above the Missouri river rate. On fourth-class freight the differential ranges from2'3 to'S ! cents , Olio .Minute. One minute time often maltoj a great dlf foretice a one minute remedy for bronchltU choking up of the throat , lungs , etc. , fo curse U a blessing. Cubeb Cough Guru is such a remedy. For sale by all druggist * . Cubeb Couch Cure Onemlnute. i'unbox.I , r.tit.ian.ii'iii ! . H. Thompson of Hastings is n't iho Millard A. T. Anderson of Kearney , Nob. , is at the Paxton. Frank L Johiuon of Hoatnce is at the Dolloue. W. D. Ilallor and wife of Blair are at the Dolloue. J. C. Stevens of Hastings is stopping at the Arcade. \V. ti. Hcevoi of Long Pluo , Nob. , is at the Oellotio. Lewis Uoinuns of Charter Oak ii at the Millard. F. FMulmior of Hchuyler is registered a thoMllhua , Paris H. Hltttt of Clearwater , Neb , , Is a thu Millard. It. E. Price and II. Meyer of Uluador , la. are ut the Murray. R L. Cook and wife of Lincoln , are stop pingnl the Pnxton. John S. Kit-vine of O'Neill , Neb. , ts tog Istorod at thu Arcade. W. n , Wnliworth of Sioux Falls , S. D. , Is stopping at the Paxton. C.V. . McNumar of Lexington , Nob. , i stopping at the Millard. J. S , Btaynor and H. F. Drown of Edgar Neb. , are at the Arcade. O. II. Geddes and Charles MilUcn of Grand Island aru at the Murray. Mayor Frank P. Irolund of Nebraska City U registered ut the Paxton , H. A. Romans and H. Uush ot Uenlson , la , nro registered at the Mlllurd. Hichard Murnhy oi Lincoln was among the arrivals yesterday ut the Arcade. J. K. Stauffur and O. Ii. Fox of Gram Island are stopping al the Millard , Mr * . A. J. McArlhurof Wejtervlllo , Neb. is among the guests at the Arcade. G. A. Strando wan among the arrivals from Leigh , Neb , , yesterday at the Dullonu. LUUiMlL liUlio ? TO Friendly Eolations With the Union Pacific are Finally Broken Off , 1AYOR BEMIS WRITES A HOT LETTER t 1 * t'oHiini-il In tlifl Council by n Hotter Kesnliillini Klghts of th City to bo Asv-rtnl anil Mulu- tiilncd llrrrufU-r. The city council hung out the black flag , declared war to the knife and wont after the Union Pacific Hallway company last night. Mayor Bcrals stopped Into the ring with ho following communication : "I respectfully call your attention to ho action of iho Union i'aclllo Kail- vuy companv with reference tot ho obbors , shippers and wholesale dealers of Omaha in requiring the payment of xcesslvo charges for switches ; nlso , the lotermlncd purpose of such railway company o violate its contract for the construction of a now depot building in the city of Omaha and In every way possible to Injure the city and Its business interests. "I believe in dealing fairly , If not liber ally , with the railroads ns well as every other corporation , but 1 think that the city ms some rights which the railroads , as well is other corporations , should respect. It Is absolutely certain that If the city had indl- atod the strongest spirit of hostility toward the Union Pacific Railroad company it could iot have acted mord unfairly with the city than u has done In the past. By ignoring its contracts with the city , by 'evading Just tax ation nnd working ag.iinst the business in terests of the city , It has seriously interfered ivlth the growth and development of theclty. It has rolused to accept the olive branch which time and again has been extended in the past. Should ICud All This Xu\v. "I bellovo that the time has now arrived when the city should assort its rights and to the utmost limit of its power bring this cor poration to terms. " 1 suggest and recommend that the rights and privileges granted to this company by the numerous ordinances be revoked by u re peal of said ordinances. " 1 turthor recommend that such legal steps lie taken at the oarllest time possible as maybe bo necessary to enforce and protect the rights of the city.1' As soon as the clerk had finished the rend- ng of the letter , Mr. Elsasser caught the eye ind car of President Uavis with the follow ing resolution : C'liiiiprulirnslvu Iti-soliitliin. Hesolvod. That , thu city attorney Uo ro- .nostod to prepare and report to thu city council an ordinance to repent un ordinance that crants license and ptlvlloiro to the Union raeltle Kttllroad uonip-iny to occupy any part of any street or alley In tlio city with trucks for Hwltchlnir t.urpo-es , sueli ordinance to prov do u nnn what terms and i-onilltluns side tracks , spurs and switches iiiuy hu laid , maintained or upernted ( when sucli rights shall bo grunted on nubile t-troets or alleys ) In the future ; also , providing that , such tracks shall be ouon to the USD of all railway cotn- p uilos that may be ablu to reach and connect therewith , the city to have the rlclit to IIx the compensation for use , which shall not Include any sum for the usu ot the street or alley. In case tlio parties onnnol auroo ; also , establishing a maximum rate to be cbtiriced for swlli'h.ii ! ? services when any track laid on a public street or nllov shall bo used in such .service , which maximum rate shall not exceed the charges Imposed and In force by said railway company on Jiinuury ! ! . " > . I Ml ; said ordinance shall ulao reserve thu rjthtto the elty to estab lish any switching charxa at any tune In the tutitro at a price that sliull lie just and reasonable , not to oxcoe ; ! sild : inaxlmiinr nitu ; ald ordlnuncu shall also provide that no sidetrack , switch , spur or other truek , after aueh or.llnuniMi shall take elfeet , shall be allowed to ronmlii In or upon any street or alley of this city , except under nnd by vlitue of said ordinance and subject Ui Its terms and conditions , and that If sild : com pany shull allow any such track to remain uuon tiny htreet , alley or other public ground , or shall continue to usu and operate any siteh trade , said company shall bu held and doomed to h.ivo accepted thu terms , provisions and conditions of said ordi nance ; suld ordinance shall : IM | > eonlaln snuh further rules and regulations as will secure to the railroad c'oinp-iny an i to the public just and fair treatment ; said ordinance shall also eonlaln a provision that If said railroad com pany shall violate tiny of Its provision ! ) all of Its rights thereunder shall cuasu and bu for feited. \Vnnt That L'nimrnml Domain. The resolution was adopted by a unani mous vote , while another round of applause swept over the house and gallery. Everybody thought the council would not take another stop lookinc to bringing iho railroad company to time , butovorybody was mistaken , for Mr. Elsassur wns not through with introducing resolutions. Ho bad an other , which road like this : Whereas. lioth of thu leading dally papers of our city have published articles , very minute In detail , In regard to certain lots and lands now ulalined by tlio Union 1'aeillu rail way ; and Whereas There seems to bu considerable merit to thu claims made by said dally papers as to the city's rlnht to suld lots and lands , therefore bu It Resolved. That the city attorney bo and Is hereby Instructed to lake all Immediate steps necessary to recover allot said lots and lands ; also thu moneys that have been collected by thu Union I'aclllo railway company for rent als , or leases , or received by tsald Union 1'a- olllu railway companies. I'.irlts mid t'avcd Streets. The following resolution was olTored by Mr. Steel : Whuruas , \ largo number ol gentlemen com posing thu Keal Estate , Owners association iiHsort that the lands selected by the 1'ark commission aru hold at a price In excess of thulrmarkut values ; therefore hu It Unsolved , That the said Itoal Kstato Owners association bo given twenty dnys wherein to oiler to the ulty tracts of land equally desira ble for park purposes , and at no greater dis tance from thu city , and that the comptroller lie directed to advertise for three days for such lands , all bids to bu addressed to thu I'arK commission , This was adopted , Mr. Elsassor offered B resolution which de clared that the paved streets of the city were in lllthy condition. The resolution also pro vided that every paved street in the city should at once bo cleaned. Mr , Lowry stated that the streets should bo cleaned. Tbo police were very ofllciont in stopping boys from sliding down hill , but they never saw a man who was hauling dirt in an open wagon box , contrary to the pro visions of the city ordinances , The resolution was tabled by n vote of nine to eight and then a resolution providing for the cleaning of all paved streets in the heart of the city was adopted , the work to begin as soon as the next thaw sots in. The ordinance providing for putting extra duties upon the shoulders of the license inspector specter was placed on lllo. What tin ) School llmtnl WanU. The tax levy for ISfli for school purposes was Increased from 1J < to 'J mills , and that for park purposes from IK to 2 % mills , making a total levy of 41 mills. The committee having In charge the com munication from the Hollinan-Iveufo Tile company , charging fraud In the letting ol tlio contract for vault fixtures for iho city hall reported that the matter bad been re ferred to the grand Jury , which is now in suasion , By resolution the Sixteenth street viaduct was ordered closed uealnst motor cars until the structure can be repaired and placed in a safe condition , or that is what it will result In , The viaduct was declared unsafe and the committee on viaducts and railways given power to act , Citv Engineer Rosewater explained that the viaduct was perfectly safe lor ordinary traflic , but the structure was never intended to carry concentrated loads such as wore carried by the motors. Ho would not say that the viaduct would fall , but hu did not propose to taKe the responsibility of being a party to a terrible accident. Some temporary ary arrangements , he said , could bo made. II a new viaduct was ordered , it would bo a year before it would be ready for use. . In that event a connection could be raudo by way of the Thirteenth street line ; . Mr. Elbapserxaid the connection could bo made Inside of twelve hours. The committee on printing reported that the Omaha Printing company was the lowest bidder on blank boons and stationery , while tbo Hoes Printing company was the lowest bidder on lithographing , Mr. Prince of the committee stattd Umt he wan Eiirin-k d ut the runort. He did not hlnk these bidders w.oro the lowest. Not withstanding this , the ! 'report was adopted and the contracts nwfl.r'dod. Sonic AincmlmtmH Wiintod , Mr. Lowry nnd the president Indulged In ix lit over the approval , of the Journal. Mr. Lowry sold that nt the ast mooting the Jour- inl showed that ho vdtod one wny , whom In 'net ho did not so vote. Ho demanded n cor rection of the Journal. , The Journal was np- iroved without the correction being nmdo , ind then Mr. Etsnssor'lhtrodticed the follow- ng resolution , which Arns adopted : Whereas , .lames fi lloytl has nsaln resumed the governor's chair , in accordance with the tnatulate of the I'liltcd'States supreme court , and iiRrcoablo to the willof the peoples and , Whorons , There H considerable talk of tJov- crnor lloyd calling an extra session of the state legislature ; nnd , Whereas , Tlio present ohnrtor of Omaha N Infective as regards the right ot eminent do- naln ; and , Whereas , Tlicro is nn urgent demand for n city assessor In cities of the metropolitan class ; therefore , bu It * Kosolvod. That Governor. Tames E. lloyd lie and Is hereby requested to Include these two changes In our charter In his call. Some Vetoes Ciinilili-rril. The mayor vetoed these itoiin in the gen eral appropriation ordinance : George Snth , Inspector S 100 03 Umaliii Oas Manufacturing company , .lanimry bill 1,38014 Omaha lias Manufacturlni ; company .Inmrirr bill .12300 Electric Unlit nitnpatiy. January bill. 1.S2I - ' . " > Uhlo Street Lighting company , .Ian- tmry bill aw 00 Ho stated that the llrst item wns drawn against the wrong lund. On this the veto was sustained. The other Items , ho said , appeared exces sive. The bills hud never been referred nor considered by any committee. He did not think It , was proper that the whole thing should bo loft In the bauds of the gas in spector. Inspector Gilbert wi\s called on to explain. Ho said that ho had examined all of the bills nnd hnd found them correct. Mr. Lowry stated that he wns in favor of passing the ordinance over the veto , nnd It was so passed. The "mayor nlso vetoed the contract of ICatz & Callahan for grading Thirty-eighth street from Farnnui to Burt , Ho stated that thi ] matter of overhaul was indellnlto. The veto wns sustained. Another vote stated that ,1. E. Knowlcs , the sidewalk contractor , had n contract that was not in proper lorm. Th/3 prices charged for laying walks wns ox'.vjssive and that clauses had been pastoil onto the original contract. The veto was sustained. There wns nlso a veto on the special ordi nance providing for the payment of the osli- tnati-s for paving Locust street from Sher man avenue to Thirteenth street. Then there wns one more veto which was sustained. The mayor stated Hint tlio ordi nance providing fur the inspection of steam boilers was full of holes and mistakes. Itoutliin Worlc iif'the Si'sHliin. City Attorney Council reported that ho had examined iho abstracts of title to the park tracts. They had not bcon brought down to date , but should bo before final action was takon. Thu appointment of .fames Anderson nnd Arthur Poindorns members of the board of examining cugintors wns approved. Inspector of Buildings lllly named W. R. Johnson ns superintendent of plumbing , Asa Llchtonberg , Ed A.Toylor and.lohn Eurnch as inspectors. Tho" confirmation went over for ono week. The proposition of S. S. Curtis agreeing to cruet and leave to theclty n building nt Eighteenth nnd Barney street to bo used as n central tire station was -ecoived. Mr. Bechel was glad that the proposition had been aent in. It wns bettor than thu ono submitted by Thomas Murray , but was not good enough. Mr. Lowy did not .think it should bo ac cepted. Ho believed that by waiting a still better proposition would bo presented. The matter was referred .nnd the comptroller in structed to ask for bids from parties who had lots to lenso. Again the banks bid for tbo safe keeping of thu city funds. luwns the same old story of thu combine. Each of the nine national banks agreed to nnv 'J per cent on the daily balances. All of tho'bids were accepted nnd the comptroller instructed to prepare con tracts for each and nil of the banks desiring any of the city money. Ordinances 1'assed. Mr. Elsasser was of the opinion that the levy for the general fund could bo cut from 11 toS mills. Eleven mills would raiboll)0- ) OHO more than the city would need to meet expenses , and S mills would raise an excess of 10,000. The other members did not ihinlc .so , and the levy ordinanca passed. The ordinance providing for n decrease of the police court clerk's salary from SI- , " ) to $100 per month passed and became a law. Ordinances providing lor Increasing huck sters' licenses from 00 to f'JOU and creating a number of grading and paving districts were introduced , road twice and referred ; also an ordinance r pealintr thu ordinance levying a special tax on certain lots to cover change of. grade on Douglas from Six teenth to Twentieth street. Tli Kansiis City Irnpti < > ti-H * . OMAHA , Feb. 9. To thoEditorof Tun BKU : In Justice to the Seventh Day Advcntist denomination - nomination , it seems that n few words should bo said concerning the Kansas City prophet ess. It is understood by many that this lady belonged to the nbovo named body and that her prophecy that the world would come to an end on the -5th dny of December , 18' , ) ! , wns endorsed by thorn. This Is n mis take , as shu is not in nny way connected with ibem , but Is a spiritualist. Seventh Day Advcutists do not believe in setting the time for Iho end of the world nnd never have. They believe , however , that thu signs of the times indlcnto the near proximity of that event , but fully endorse the scripture which says : "But of that day and hour knoweth no man , " Matt , xxlv , ! iU. Howdver , they do believe that as stated In the thirty-third verso of thu same chapter , wo may "Know that it is nnar , oven at the doors. " The truth of God is constantly being brought into reproach by the fanuticul zeal ( which is not according to knowledge ) ot some who profess to bellovo it. Gr.oitm : W. BOUHHTO.V. Niioupuiulykc Iln9 AHlimn and ho spant thirty-two minutes trying to tell bis wife to go to tbundor and got his bottle - tlo of Dixon's Asthma Cure , nnd she ( poor thiuir ) Muttered around and brought some broth and a hair brush and things , and Spoopendyke nearly died , nut ho got the Asthma Cure finally and then well , I'm orry for hiswifo. Pay fori I.nut Arm , W. J. Chapman of Madison , NOD. , wont homo happy yesterday. Ho bad boon In Omaha forsoveral days trying to yet a settle ment out ol the Fremont , Elkhorn & Mis souri Vully Railroad company for personal damages sustained by him whlln acting In the capacity of n orUUeman for the company. About a year ago -Mr , Chapman lost his right arm while couplinc cars , The com pany , through Us authorized agents , had of- forou him f-MK ) , and tien ( f 1,000 , as a basis of settlement. HO refused to take those amounts , Finally bo secured an attorney who undertooK - tooK the settlement of'tho case. ( Iu secured a chock for $2,500 hnd a verbal agreement that Mr. Chapman should huvu employment at some easy Job that ho can attend to so long as ho Is able to work lor the company , Mr. Chapman got hl cash and want homo very well pleased , although ho would rather have his good righ.Varin | back again in ex change for the Murk" Tnriiln says "somo folks nrf 'io ' stubborn that all they need Is four Ws'ahu they would pass for a mule. " Maytm'it peonlo use more of Haller'n Itarbed Wire Liniment mules wouldn't bo so stubborn. Dr. Binioy euros cu'.urrn. BIJK bldjr NATIONAL ) CONVENTION. Of Iu 11 or OrKiinUiitlimii ( Pi'iile' : 1'arty ) ut Nt. I.ouU , For the ubuve convention the Wnbnah will soil Fob. 20lh to tilth tielfots to rit. Louis nnd return'nt ' half Jure good returning until -Mitroh 10th. Uoniein * bor tlie Ciuiiioii Hull Kxprcas with ro- dining chnir curs free nnd Pullman alcopitirr curs lonvo Omaha 4:10 : , Council HluTs-l-IO ! : n in , , dully nrrivus ut .St. Louis 7:30 : next inorninp. For tiukutn iinU sicopintr car ncunminodutions full nt Wubasli otllco 1502 Knt'iiHin strool , itnil at Union depot Council UUHls. or write f ! . N. Clnyton , Nortliwcstorn paasongor ngout , Onialm. THEY ARE VERY POLITE Railroad Officials Reply to Communications from the State Board , ALLEGED DISCRIMINATION AT TEKAMAH C , U. lliirlmv Vllrtit Conttliilnt | Agnlnst tlio Oiniilni ( 'luirgrs on I till I'd liny Would I.Ikito Kviiilu the I.n\v t.liiroln N > u * . LINCOLN , Neb. , Fob. 0. [ Special to THE BF.I : . ] The following letter wns received today irom General Manager E. W. Winter of the Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaim railroad In reply to the recent letter of the State Board of Transportation in re gard to mllllng-ln-trauslt roles : "I beg leave to acknowledge receipt of your favor of the 4th lust , and to apologise for the unintentional omission of nn answer to n previous communication upon the snmo subject.Ve should hnvo advised you at that time that the conditions governing our twfllc within the state of Nebraska nro not such as to bring us within the list of the companies to which the application ot cer tain grain dealers would apply.Vo have no through tariffs In effect on curcals from our Nebraska division by way of Omaha. " Nolllli-il of a Collliilnllll. The following letter was addressed to the Hock Island railroad niaungemonl today from the State Board of Transportation : "Wo nro In receipt of a complaint from Henry J. Gartner , who was complainant in llio case of Gartnor against the Chicago , Kansas & Nebraska Railroad company , heard before the Siato Board of Transporta tion In January , 1-VJl , setting forth that the order ot thu hoard of Jantiarv III , IS'.M ' , Is not bulng complied with in this iiurliculnr : That trains do not stop upon being Hugged , nor do they stop to lot , passengers off when comitiK into May- berry station ; nlso that ti car loail of grain lay nt said station live dnys uHer having bcon billed on December f > last before being litKnn out by any of your trains. Wo wish you would ctlvo tins matter prompt , attention and let us know the result of your Investi gations. " Alli-gi-il DlHi-rliiitinitliiii. C. B. Barlow files a protest with the State Board of Transportation to the effect that the Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha railroad charged him (1 ( cents per 100 pounds for shipping baled hav Irom Tekamah to Oakland , n distance of but sixteen miles , while the same road cnargos but 5 cent ? per 100 pounds for the same commodity from Bancroft to Omaha , a distance of sixty-live or sovmity miles. Ho sends way bills and receipts to support his protest. General Manager Winter writes ' .hat ho will promptly investigate tno matter and make Immcduito report to the board. Would l.llui to Kriitlt ! the I.u\v. An enterprising citizen of Alexandria , Nob. , would like to go Into the warehouse business on his own responsibility. His name is I. Sellie and ho writes that ho is the owner of a building that could ho trans formed into a grain warehouse with a capac ity of about 3OUO huihels. His scheme is to rent storngo spaoo to farmers by thu year without taking out n regular warehouse license under the law. Secretary Koontz , who has cbargo of the grain department , wrote the Alexandria gentlemen today that ho could not bo permitted to go into the warehouse business upon any such basis , but that ho must llrst take out a regular licotuo and furnish the bond contemplated by law. ( iriiln Inspect Ion ut Onmlin. Chief Grain Inspector Blanchurd reports that durintr the month of January his de partment Inspected seventy-eight cars of wheat , TliT'-j oars of corn , 17T cars of oats , eleven and ime-hult cars of rye anO two cars of barley. Uo received the sum of StlL'.lio in inspection fees. His salary list and ottlco expense for the month amounted to $101.51 , lo.ivingnbiilancaofKil.il to be made up from tuturi ! receipts of the olilce : \Vciirhmastor Tnyiors report was brief but full of moat. During the month of Jan uary ho weighed 1,1H cars of grain. The llnancinl part of the report is us follows : Fees received , ? ' 2St > ; balance on hand at last report , t'.IT.ilpaid ' ; bills fur olllco expenses , $34.70 : paid toomplovos , SJilj.lT ) ; balance duo to employes on February 1 , 1MW , ? S7.0'J. In the Lincoln dupmmcnUEUO cars of grain were inspected and the receipts were $105. Thu expenditures were an oven $100 , leaving a balance of $5. ( osKlp lit tlin Stall ) House , Colonel Tom Conko is helping out the clerks In Governor Boyd's oflloo during thu temporary absence of Private Secretary Higtnns. The tlrst paper to receive Governor Boyd' official signature was u voucher for oflicors' expenses in returning a fugitive from St. Louis. Edwin It. Corey was today appointed com missioner of deeds for Nebraska in the state of r ow York. Lieutenant Governor Majors was at the capitol today. State Superintendent Goudy will notifv all county and city superintcndnnts of schools that March 1 is the twenty-liftu an niversary of the admission of Nebraska into the union and recommend that arrangements be made for its proper observance by the school children. Wllltl-lluT | ! ColllllKt. Fourteen of the twenty-llvo country pro ducts have bo fur been canvassed in 'tho Wmtc-Bnkor contest for the district court clerkship , Wuito gaining eighteen votes all told. The court bin not yet passed upon the question of admitting and counting thu twon- ty-livo city precincts which weru stored in n collar vault In the court house , whore they were easily accessible to anyone , but It Is un derstood they will bo counted. ( Iiiililn-il u I.iuly'N Pur-Hi1. Guorgo Blauvolt , Lew Baltzoll and Harry Smock were arrested today on the cnargo of grabbing n purse containing $10 from the hand of Miss llolon Gustafsou , of 5in South Eleventh street , ns she was passing along the crowded street. The prisoners are all ' boys of tendnr years , the ol'dost beinc but 10 , and two of them have been in trouble before. The woman secured a hold on young Smock and held him until an ofllcor catno. Smootc confessed , and the others were urrosuid , Btuuvolt was tbo loader , and to avoid detec tion had thrown the purse Into u vault. YOU CANNOT ( ! ( ) To Carlsbad , but you ciin littvo Carlabail brought to you. Procure u bottlu of the gouuinu imported Ciir'abtul Spi-udolSalt nnd dissolve a toanpoonful of it in it tumblurlul of wator. It IB the beat niitit- rul itpcriont and iiltunitlvo extant. Nothing is "just as good1' when you can pot the gonulno imported a-ticlb. Sold in England for IB , l > tl. , and in America for 85 cents a bottle. IT TA.8TM3W GOOT > . a Dr , Acker's ' English Pills \ Care Sickness and Ilcadecho. " " ' * " P1"0"- " fururltv Hlth tl > * ' . . OOKEUi'co , , NEW YOUK. tlB ! fl > l llll For sale by Kulin A ; Co. , and Sliormtvn & McConiioll , Onmhn. \Vlth the money the hoys Imil hud a fonst on peanuts , cntnllcs anil eillblcs. Thoi' will bo seat to the reform school , Friitn the I'ollrr Oourt. Xnvlor Kn < itl , an need Gorman , wax taken Into cu.iloily for Rhaniofully heating his wlfo. A complaint of Insanity was attorwnrdi lodged RRaln t him by Charles A. Hnuia : , whom Ivastl had rUtomntori to litll With n re volver. I'rank Harris and his wife , Oortlo , a ills- solute pair , engaged In u hulr pullltiR mutch at Seventh and L streets this afternoon , and landed in the city Jail. They were about to 1 mlu lire In ono of their periodical separation * . and the tight was over n distribution ot household elects. I'riini IMilrlrl Ciinrt. Walter Clark nnd Henry Smith , iho pair charRed with robhltiR Lincoln clothing mer chants of MOO worth of clothing , secured n continuance today for sixty iltys. They claim In an aflldavtt tiled therefor that Mor ris Sullivan and 1'aul Salvlm of N'mv York wll1 swear that the rrUonors purchased the goods from tltoni In the ordinary course of trade , and that tholr avldnnco onunot bo secured - cured for two months. This Indicates the line of defense they will employ , notwith standing the local merchants Idoutlllod the goods by tholr own cost mark * . CUrlt and Smith , it is claimed by thu pollup , are crooks of high degree. Tim criminal court is hearing the case of the State ngalust Spellnmu. chnrgcd with criminal nssault upon l.'l-yonr old Jcnnlo Knlyca. U'hls Is thn second time the case is belli t ; nit oil in nil Us iinimooiM details , the | urv having dUngroed the llrst trial. Wllllnm Robertsim inks the court to lot lilm have a divorce from his wlfo Mary , whom ho charge * with various misdeeds , Mr. and Mrs. James Gundy , living sovoti mllot northeast ol' the city , lost an infant sou this morning. Thu nluht previous the child had beun put to bed well and hearty , but when the parents wont to wuko It this morning it win dead. The uausu is not known. Two of the victims of the late hotel horror In Now York wore relatives of Prank U. Iladloy , u sindont. at thu State univorsltv. Ills cousin , Frank A very , was burned to death .and his uncle , Jumos E. Avery , seriously injured. Dr. nirnojvio.saaml tnt'oit. UKR NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. A Of perfect purity. LemonI Lemon - Of grout strength. Almond If Eo ° nylntholrusB Rose etc -l Flavor as delicately and dellclouslvas the frooh frultt For Suffering Women. DR , MILES' ' Restorative NERVINE , Nervous Proetra- tlonBicUniilinr' ( vnua licaJaclio , flts , etc. After four yonra treatinont by Ilia befit iloctora In the land , but without nuy rollef , Imvn uui-d yotu Ni'rvlno for ono week nnil liavn not hail nil attack elDCe. HuiiiiC lliucus. HcathvlllD.ra. YourNcr- vine lias curedmerompIc'ti-lyforDcrvoii'UroumeB. J.M.TJiVuiii. Lottv.O. TrlHl liottlo fren ilrupcleta DR. 3XLLLE3IitEDIOALOo.EUthartTild. Korsalo hy ICtihti & Co. , IMh and It Is not to medals , badoea or ttio Insignia of royal favor that the qreat- r eat of all specialists , DRS. BETTS & BETTS \ Owe tholr wonderful pet- / renal and professional - ' al popularlty.They won their hon ors by their merits. In the EClentllio treatment and success- lul euro ol over O8.OOO cases of these NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE DISEASES which are BO for midable to the medical proles slon in general , DRS. BETTS & BETTS have proven that they possess extraordinary ability and skill. vateDlseasea aa well aa Stric ture , Hydrocelo , Varlcocelo and liectal troubles , their succeaa has been truly marvelous. Therefore , they are entitled to wear the emblems of the high est honors , lor these they have richly won by their own tllorta Send 4c lor their new book of 12O panes. Consultation la also free. Call upon or address with ntamp. _ _ _ _ _ DRS , BRTTS & BETTS 119 S.i4th St. N. K. Coiner Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb. iNT INTERESTPAIDONDEPOSITS 5.E1CDR. IB"&DDUGLA55T5 , CAPITALS IOO.OOO.OO DIRECTORS : A.U.WYM/\N-E.W.NASH. IH.MILLAnD'CUy-C.BARTON-C.B. LAKE. J.J.BF10WN-7HOS-L.KIMBAL L , BAD ECZEMA ON BABY. Hrml Ono Solid Soro. Itching Awful * Hail to Tip II IN llnntlH to Ci-iullo. Cured l y Our llt'lc boy hrokn out on his tipml with n tnul form of pojomn , when ho was f'Mir months nM Wo rliM three iloctitM , tint Ilicy illil not help him Wn thru moil your three I'ntlriirn Hoim-iHss. milnflpt ilMntfthciii i-lcton weeks osnrtly nrrorllnit I > illrcil tlons , ho hi > Kan to Me.nillly linprofi' , nnil nflcr tlio ure otlhpm for SCTPII tnotilhl SIPM | | wns entirely well IUMI wi > t > rk'i\n u lnn It till Md wns n jHilhl sere from f the crown to his eyohrows , It wniiil oiill orerhls enri most of his fueu mvl unnU plnrcnonilltTorent i > nrls ot Ills luijy There were nix * S > jfatfia kei'p Ills liiiiuls tloil In tlio rrnillo nnil lioM llinn WIIMI | h < vns ttikcn > ii | ; ntut hut to keep inUtonstlo , ! on his Initials to kioi | tils tinker * nulls out of thu jures , mlm noiilil scrnteli If lu < ronM In nnjr wiiym't his hmiils lump. Wi < know your Cull oiirn Iteiiii'illps riirc t him. Wo f vl siifo In rcconi- iiionillnutliptn tonthprs. ( iKU. II. unit JANKTl'A ItAltlllS. Web lpr , 1ml. Cuticura Resolvent The now Illooil unit Skin 1'nrllli'r. nnil Kroito. t ot Humor ItPtniMli's. cli'tui'ps Ilir hloo.l of nli luipiirl 'tlesniul pnl oiioiii i'leiiHMH , unit thus rviiu > u > s llui rnii'ivtillti t'rTirfit.v. Iliu k-reiit ! > klu run1 , mul Ct Ttcrii.v SO.Mnn i > xiiilMlo | skin IKMIII iller clour tlio skin nml vulp , nml ru'loru Ilia linlr Thus Iho L'riirrin llKMKiilks rnti > ovpry sppclosot It 'hliiK hurnlnit , Ki'iily , i-liuply , mul hlutrhy skin , nnilp , mul liloml ill i'i : iIrom | iluipli' < to si-rofah , from In * fiiney totiKi' , whiMi lh ln' l pliykU-lnns full. SoMnvprrwIii'ri' . frii-o. frrirruv , SOAP , fflct HKMII.\ i .ST. ti rri-p.'iriMi tiy ttio rorrrit Dm u AMI t'UKMIi At Ciilil'iillAllos , Huston. t"M > ml lor "How li > Cure liloml lll i'ijcs ; , " 01 parti1 * , ' * ) lllu tnilloiisiia.l Ik ) lo linionUtls n pVIP Hkln nml Sciilp purltl il mul hpnutlilor DHO I u liy I'l TKTIIA SOAP. Almoluti'ly pliro PAINT1NU"WEAlTESTES Stf ) fotiiali's Initant.y ii'llovo.l by that now , HoL'init. nnd Inraillblu Antlilnlo to 1'ulii. Iiillaiiiinalliin.iind _ Wi-akni'ss , tlu > I't'ru i HA ANTI-PAIN I'I.ASTKII. The llrst and only Instantaneous IKUII-killing plaicr. . AMUSEMENTS. i Thn'itoi'I1'01'171 A ' ' ( l , lllwlll/l | j i _ OHO SolhlVelt SAM T. JACK'S Stiniliiy > > liitii 'H Creole linrlcsqiic Co. 1'ob. T. Mtit'meq Winl and Satuiuay rn IIAI.T iirvrn GKA.N1J OlJIflliA. HOUfcslS A I'erfeet t'oinedy WEDX1WDAY EVKNING , FKD. 10. This lionlal and ( . 'uainnpollliin MM O'RELL ' Amerli-a As Seen Tliiiiiiuh I'retK'h SiucticloH | : 1'rlups f.Uc.1 , T.'io and tl , Hnlo opens Monday inornlii' ' . WITH 121c iinl Steroopttcoti Views of the cities , temples , shrines and peoples of all na tions. First M.E.Church , Fob. 10th , llth ISllh. Admission 50c. Salurdivy luntince at " : ! ! 0 p , in. Entirely now VIOWH , admission Hoc. EBEKT MUSEE. Cor llth anil Viirnani Bti. ( Vcck of February ntli Ksquliiinux Knmlly. Il"ivc' " Marlonultt-s. 'I lie Urnco ! , Contortionists. 1'aiU'n llriiinntlf Co. Tliu Illuilon , Anu'Ol of tlio All. Ailnilislon Onnilhiio. ( > ] ion , I to 10 p in it'ilty MM ID ID'J 'J ' For Consumptives and In valids must surely be the most wholesome for those who use it as a beverage. RYE. IB the b at for nil purposes , boo - o mso it is pOBitlvoly pure anc1 m i- turo. Ic is oxco Hlinply pleasant to the tusto aiil hue a dolioiouj bou quet. N. B. Ik dooan't burn nor sca'd ' the thro it or stem ich llko inferior whisk sya. It IB recommended by the best physicians. Sold on y at hltrh olans hotels , drticr and liquor Hi on B. IAU.K.MANlKt ) , CO. , CIllOAdO , tsunpli's can liolr.nl tit the Mlllaid llotel.nl Thompson's , at ,1 , A. Tutliiil'.s , at ,1 A. Wood & ( 'n. , lintel Dolloue. Moynlliau'.s , Tlio Din- niniul , HieOrigioalaiiTGeiiiiiiie" ( WORCESTERSHIRE ) Imparts the most delicious taato anil zest EXTUAOT hOIIl'M , ofnl.KlTI'.Iirrom a MKDHJAI. < 1KN. CltAVIt'.H , n.KMAN ut Miul. raa to Ills brother I'lKII , tin ) ' , 18S1. HOT & CCII "Tell I.KA & I'EHHINH1 JUKATSi that their mure In liluliljr estocmixl In ( JAltlK , India , and U In my npinlon , Uie won * , WF.I.SII. julntublu , ta well ua Iho most wbolu tome xaucu thtt it Arc. Beware of Imitations ; -ilium i i mi ,1 , liiiiii i m iia' eoe that you got Lea & Pemiis' ' Blirnaturo on ortrr l-nttloof OrlKlna ! it Ounuina JOHN UUNCAN'H KONH , NtW VO1IK. NEBRASKA National Bank. U. S. DEPOSITORY. . - OMAHA , NE3 Cnjiilal $ 100,1)'J ) ) .Surplus ( ! ( ! , . ,0'J ' Oittoonuuil Director -IlunrrW Y to , prusliloiUi U U , C'uihliiiC , Tlud pruiUK-nt. lH Maurice \V , V. Jtorto , Julin ti. Colllm , J. N 11. l'utrick IxmK.S , Heed , Cailnvr. TMM IRON BANK. Corner I'ith anil Farnim ; Sl4. | RnRtrinc froru Uio eiTucti of youthful error * r , wutlnitwoakni-iu , Icxt umuliocxl , etc. , I will tuna ft valualilo trratlno ( x'nliKll conUliilu.l fulliukrUculara fur linuie cure , 1'ltKK ot cborfc' . AtplDQilki medical work i tuoulit t/i rfadb/tvt'ry mill vrlin U ucrvou * aii'l dohllltaUul. AtltUi M. I'raf. V. C. I'OWtKU. filooduv. Couu *