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TJIE OMAHA DAILY 1JEE : MONDAY , FEBRUARY 22 , 1892 ,
1111 i < n ni iiTnnTi nxT iiti/inni on PtLbt Or WESTLRNPROGRESS \ Inside Tacts Regarding the Burlington Rush In Wyoming , PUSHING RAPIDLY TOWARD THE PARK Cottons IJlTort of tlm Hilt piOrcllnr Tlm. lirr Tlilnlng nnil Irrigation Itnll * runil Iliislncs * In South Diikotn NortliHi-st Low tompornluro and florco wintry storms tinvo no olTcct on the oxtonslon of the Bur lington rend in northern Wyoming. The grading nrrny of Ktlp.itrlck , Collins & Co. Is now nt work between Uillotto and Buffalo nnd proposes to complete thnt octlon bolero spring elides Into summer. Tlirco thousand toama nro employed nnd n tompernturo of 40 degrees below ? ere does not chuck the activ ity on the crude. A representative of Kllpatrlck , Collins & Co. informed the writer recently thnt the objective point of the extension Is Yellow- eltno Natlonnl park. The distance to the park bouiulnr.v trotn Buffalo Is Ilk ) miles , nnd 100 miles uro under contrnct to bo completed nnd ready for trnlna by September 1. Much of th'j route calls for heavy work , but the contractors nro confident of completing the work within the tlmo limit. The remaining nlxty mlles to the park nro to bo covered dur- Inir the fall and winter. The remarkable ruh In the work of con struction Is explained by the fact that the ' .Burlington proposes to run excursion 'trnlns Srom the World's fnlr to the pork In 1803 , tuid to that end nil energies mid means nro pow directed. The UufTnlo Echo reports thnt Chief I5n- .tmocr Knsign of the Burlington Is tinder orders to report at Buffalo as soon as sprint ; opens nnd proceed with his corps to locnto the most feasible route ncross the Big Horn mountains. It says "three preliminary sur veys huvo alrcndy boon nnulo of this route , two iti tlio Interests of tlio Burlington und onu bv tlio representatives of the Midland I'uclllc. It lends from Buffalo ncross to 1'nlnt Rook creek , tapping the richest farm ing country of the lilt ? Ilorn basin , pone- trutlng the llncst body of timber this side of the coast states , touching the southern bonnuary of the Yellowstone Park , travers ing n Milomlld but unilovclopcd section of Idaho , entering Washington at the southeast cornnr and terminating nt ono of the no\v seaports on Puget sound. Such a line would nborton tha dtstnncoby mil between Chicago nnd 'ho sound by three hundred miles nnd place all transcontinental competitors in tlio distant renr. " Tin : Bun Informant gives tin. entirely different version of the route nnd ho is in position to know. Ho declares the Helena extension Is not seriously thought of , that the main objective point nt present Is Li title , Wont. As soon as the extension to the park is completed the const ruction corps will push on to the prcat mining camp of Montana. TIe asserts the line has been surveyed to lintlo , skirling tlio eastern boundary of the park , tbonco northwest touching Virginia city on the way to flutto. It Is not likely the Burlington will bo per mitted to enjoy n monopoly of this now region. It is said the Northwestern is nro- pnrlng to run a branch Into the Big Horn basin from the vicinity of Casper. The Important fact is that the vast region of northern Wyoming , of which llttlo is known , will soon open to settlement.nnd development , swelling the productive wealth of the west and correspondingly enlarging the commercial importance of Omaha. riolclor'x I mention Hill. Representative Plcklor of South Dakota Is conlldont his bill , introduced on last Satur day , providing , with designated limits , for tlio diversion of natural waters and their ap propriations to beneficial uses , nnd for tlio regulation thereof , would receiveearlv favor- ublo consideration , ns it suotnod to meet with general favor among members of ttio irriga tion nnd arid lands committee. In brief , thu bill provides thnt in nil thnt portion of coun try lying west of the UTtli meridian of longi tude wesl from Greenwich , England , nny nnd nil waters , whether standing or running , nnd whether from surface or subiorrunean sources , may bo diverted from nnturnl beds nnd chnnnols nnd devoted to purposes of Ir rigation. Thnt the privilege to divert nnd use such waters for the purposes of irriga tion shall Inhere In the actual apnroprlators to such uses , without regard to the location of nny such npproprintor with respect to late , territorial or other civil boundaries , according to the order of appropriation of tlio actual nnd continued use in point of tlmo , precedence in time giving precedence in right ; n bonn lido attempt to secure and nso n supply of water for Irrigation being con- tddorcd an actunlappropriatlon thereof to the extent of the bona lido and continued effort to so appropriate it. That llio right of prior appropriation of water for Irrigation shall bo an appurtananco to the Irrigation works by and through which it shall have been acquired mid exor cised ( subject to the rights of actual users thereunder ) , and may ho sold nnd trans ferred therewith for n valuable considera tion , or pass by Inheritance ns nny other property ; and each separate parcel of land upon which water from nny Irrigation works nhnll Imvo been used shall have precedent right to such amount of water ns shall Imvo been lawfully used thereupon from year to ynnr , subject , however , to the precedent right of over/ other such parcel of land as tdmll have acquired an earlier rieht by uc- tunl nnd continued use of water from such works. Idaho's Court Hill. A favorable report has boon made from the house judiciary committee upon Repre sentative Sweet's bill providing times and places fo. " holding tornn of thoUnitod States court in Idaho. In tbo report the committee Ba.\s : "Court is now hold only at Boise City , the capital. The bill reported provides three places in the district for holding court , and gives each plaoo two terms u year. " It in proposed to bold the lorms for * the northern part of the state at Moscow , Latah county. The accommodations are ample , and the piano la connected by rail with the extreme - tremo horthcrn ana southern portions of iho Hlalu. It Is 500 miles from Moscow to Boise City. Litigants in the United States court from the northern part of ghoshono nnd Konteiinl counties and from Idaho county nro now obliged to travel from 000 to 700 inilos. The distance Is so great thnt the poor man is unable to pro tect his property rights because of bis in- nullltv to iriiarnntoo iho expenses , while iho pardons accused of potlv offenses , or seniors charged with timber trespass or other of. lonc''i connected wilh Iho public lands , are utterly unable to maku the long journey and bu subjected to the great expense nrlslng .from the trial and thu incidents thereto. The saint ? statement will apply to Blackfoot , although iho distance- : are not quite so grout. Both Moscowand Black foot nro county scats , nnd each iilnce has a commodious court house IP. which quarters can readily be ob tained , " Ktttict of tlm Ml\i-r llui-llno , Tno decline in Iho price of silver li having n serious effect on the mining industry ol Bulte , Mont. , and in several Idaho camps , Tbo ere of sonic Bulto mines now loaves n cant margin over cost. In the Wood rivet country the decline threatens lo close sev eral mines. Heavy producers are consider ing the advisability of ceasing lo ship out t greater quantity of ere than that just abso lutely necessary to moot the working ox ponies. And again , should silver and load continue lo decline In value this step will only bo a forerunner of wnat must oveutu ally follow , viz. : ttu complete cessation o I silver and lead mining until these metals arc again brought up to a fair standard price , ai It is a well established fact that there li scarcely any margin at Hie present figure , o : certainly not sufllulout to pay a reasonable Interest on the largo capital invested. .Montana ( ivmi , Tlio rush to the sapphire grounds along th ( Missouri river , near Helena , still continues Every day location notices are received nt tin o31co of the county clerk. Just what stall the lilies lo these various claims are laid It Is bard lo toll. Some have been locatoi probably two or three times. Not only is tin ground on both sides of the river t alien up but locations are made in tbo river channo ; ao that no spot may bo overlooked in the re tjlcm ot country embraced in the s nnhir fields , called by some the Now Golcondn of Montana. Location noiicos have been filed on lIOncre9 ! ) , embracing several Islands in the river. One location of 100 ncrcs also claims 100 foot ot the river bed and channel. The river for miles up nnd down Iho snp- ptilro fields will bo a lively place tnls spring nnd summer , nnd will present n scene not un- Hko that witnessed in the palmy days of the famous Alder Uulch , which poured a mighty sironm of the yellow metal out to the world. A dally four-horse singe now runs lo the sapphire fields from Helena. Orjsiinl/rtl Timber Thlnps. According to the report of Special Agent Do Lambart , limbor-stcaltn ? from Undo Sam Is being conducted on n gigantic scale and in the most unblushing manner nlong ttio Manitoba border. Do Lambert declares that the present depredations constitute n system of vast proportions , In which Ihcrc Is an organized combination of men and capital controlling some lUty largo sawmills and employing hundreds of hands. Ho also reports that most of the depredators nro Canadians , nnd Hint tha stealing has been go ing on for years nnd lo n much greater ox- lent tnan the government has ever until now boon nwnro of. The Ualny Lake rlverwhlch forms the boundary line for many miles be tween tbo two countries , Is made the bnso of operations. Timber Is cut In wholesale quantities on this side of the line and rafted lo Iho Canadian side , where It is manufac tured Into lumber by Iho mills belonging to the thieves. In view of the fact that the special ofllcor himself says that hero is the richest nnd ripest field for fraud ho was over called to investigate nnd his report fully substanti ates this statement It behooves the United States to take prompt nnd summary meas ures to protect this portion of ' .ho publlo do main from further spoliation. South Dnkutn llnllriinds. The annual report of the South Dakota railroad ( commission has been Issued , The total mileage In the state Juno 30 , 1391 , was 2,070 , of which 183 miles were laid during the year. The loinl cost of building aud equip ping was $78,313,0(11. ( On this Investment the roads earned f 11 , 17,531 during Iho fiscal year. Exclusive of deadhead 1,8f > ( ! , 'Jll pas sengers were carried nnd 3ir > U,500 tons of freight handled. In the service 3,107 persons are omnloyed. Tlio result of the commission's work shows that up'to December 1 , 1501 , there was as much wheat shipped out of the state ns the entire output for 181)0 ) aggregated. It also shows that nt that date the wheat still in hands of the farmers was equal to the ontlro yield of IS'.Hl , and that tno elevators nnd warehouses throughout the state on Decem ber 1 , 18'Jl , contained 7,800,000 bushels. These last figures represent the capacity of the (100 ( grain warehouses of the siato , which were lull to overflowing at the date mentioned , it Is estimated by the commission , fixing their calculations on the information contained in this paragraph , lhat In round numbers , tbo wboatoutput of South Dakota for 1891 was fully -10,000,000 bushels. According to their calculations there is 40 nor cent of thoyioldof ISUlsiill in iho hands of the farmers. Clmngu In Timber Claim rrorniliirc. In the matter of government proceedings ngaiust the alleged fraudulent Umber land entries in Washington , Oregon and Cali fornia the commissioner of the general Innd ofllco , with the approval of the secretary of the interior , has instituted u change in the procedure , by which the parties claiming tillo to theso'lands will hereafter bo required o produce the original ontrymon nnd their .vltncssos . at the local land oflicos for further lamination with rofurenco to any contracts ) r arrangements which may hava been made prior to entry for the conveyance if the land to corporations or syndicates , .t appears from the records of the general and oflico that lar ; < o tracts of valuable linbor laud In different localities have been entered on the same day by a largo number if persons and Immediately thereafter trans- erred by all the parties to syndicates. It is low confidently asserted by these syndicates that the government cannot prove that tbo entries were originally made in their inter est. This now order is made with a \ low of implifyingtho procedure in such cnsos. A ( irrut J'apitr. The Irrigation Age for February is n su perb number , both in contents , arraujroiiiont nnd typographical appearance. As its name in- Icates , tbo Ago is devoted to the interests of mention in the west , a Hold as rich for ournnlistio endeavor us for ngricultural do- olopmont. The current , number is a com- irohonsivo record of lust year's nrogress , : opiously illustrated , und contains n number it special urtlclcs from the pens of irrigalion 'xports. ' The Aee is published by the Smytho , Brltton & Pooro Co. at Salt Lake A now depot is being built at Cedar Crook. A mad dog which was chasing cattle was kllloii by a former near Madison. John llonoy , sr. , a pioneer settler of Clay county , is dead at the ago of 79 years. The Catholic ohurcb at UiJgeloy , Dodge county , was entirely destroyed by lire. The wife of Hon. L. W. Ullchrist died nt , Vaboo Friday after n protracted illness. II. L. Uanoo has retired from tno Greoloy Vendor and has been succeeded by K. C. Smith. It is reported that an English syndicate ins offered to purchase the nursery o Peter Younger at Geneva. Over SOU guests attendad the reception given by the Modern Woodmen lodge of Harvard last week. Peter Borlot Has retired from the presi- donoy of the Bank of Tnlmago and has been succeeded by J. II. Damme. Father Locbleitnor of Valentine has ar ranged to bring fifty families Irom the east to settle In Cherry county. Mrs. George Moslor , residing near Rising City , died last week In Chicago from the ef fects of n surgical operation. The Tekamah Driving association has pre pared a program of races for June 15 , 10 and i , nnd will offer ever Ji.OJO In purses. The Ohlovva elevators shipped during the month of January 2U5l , bushels of wheat , 1,801 bushels of oats nnd 03,530 bushels of corn. I. N , Harbaugh has resigned nls position as county attorney of Dawos county and George A. Ecklos has boon namoa us his suc cessor. A prominent physician nnd a professional gambler of South Sioux City indulged in a shooting match , but fortunately no blood was spilled. Clay county has an agricultural society , c swine breeders' nssociallon , a poultry asso ciation and n trotting , pacing and road borac association , Mrs. Sawyer ot Pleasant Hill , whoso hus band was drowned two yean ago while he was intoxicated , has boon awarded # 1,500 damages against llio saloonkeepers who sold the liquor , Scotia is to have a normal school and bust ness college. Prof. W. II. Barrett of Iowa will conduct the school. The citlzons ol Scotia donated the old court bouso am : grounds , 150 lots and subscribed for I5 ( scholarships. Articles of Incorporation were adopted and live trustees elected. Thu school will bo opened in March. Tbo First Baptist ctiurch of Ashland ha ; decided to exclude tbo dissenting members , who some months ago withdraw and or ganized the Emmanuel Baptist church , from fellowship with them. The struggle between the two factions is now practically ended , as tbo members of the Emmanuel church wll probauly call an ex parto council for rocogiu tlon In the state association of Baptis churches. lo\vu. Over 1,000 has boon subscribed to th Marshalitowii public library fund , Leltsvlllo U organizing a company to pros poet for natural gas , which is behoved tc exist there. It is proposed to hold a special election a Webster City and vole bonds for a 810,001 school bouso. Franklin township , Lee county , farmer : have incorporated the People's Mutual Insurance - suranco company. The budget of the Board of Education es timates that it will cost & > 0,000 to maintain Dubuqua'a public schools this year. DoiLCstlo Infelicity has led to a case o throalened poisoning at Muscatiuo which ha been brought to tbo attention of tlociiy mar sbal for investigation. A farmer who Is a strict church mombe got inixca on dates and hauled a load of cor into Aurella Sunday morning , A doze almanacs were mailed to him. Burglars entered the house of J. M. Kua art at Oltuimva ana carried off tlio Ion ranpo revolver kept as a protection ngalnst burglars. They got very llltlo also. Tbo owners ot the Uubuquo street rail way system hnvo decided thnt the storage battery olcctrlo system Is n falluio , nnd hnvo let contracts lor putting in an overhead wire system. John F. Fagor disappeared from his homo nl Burlington December Di5 , ana has not boon board of since. The pollco nro searching for Information ns to his whereabouts. Foul play Is feared. A man named Ferguson has boon arrested In Ilardln county on the clmrifo of poisoning the stock of his neighbor. Lockwood , nnd mixing ground glass with the food. Twenty- eight bend of cattle and two horses have died. died.Mrs. Mrs. , T. H , Robinson of Montlcollo nt- tempted BUicUlo by shooting. She had boon married but n short time when her husband died nnd loft quite an ostnto. Trouble con cerning tno soulomcnt of affairs Is said to bo tno cause. Willielm Schubbo drew tlSO from the bank nt Davenport , intending lo buy a tloUot for Germany. Ho fell In with bad companions in n saloon nnd was robbed of the whole amount. The pollco recovered most of his money for him. - A boy named Wtnognrdon was bitten by n dog , supposedly mad , at Pocahonlns. Ho failed rapidly and finally the Oskaloosainad- stone was tried. It took fifteen applications to satisfy his friends that the poison had boon removed from the boy's system , A cable has been laid on the bottom of the Mississippi between Davenport nnd Rook Island , through which nil telephone comninl- cntion will hereafter bo had. The cable does ttwny with the induction thnt inndo other methods of telephone connection ImpractU- ! . .ablo.Elijah Elijah Hoffman , living a tow miles from Red Oak , whllo returning homo frotp n neigh bor's was ntinckod by eight wolves , t\vo of which wore of the largo irrav specins. Mr. Hoffman is an old man , but ho drew his knife nnd slashed ono of the nnttnnls , after whlcn the others gave up the chase. A crazy nctlng swindler bm roped In a largo number of Kookuk young men and women with a "mllllonniro association. " After Joining this secret order und Having their initiation too they are never to wurk ngoln , but will oo furnished with plenty of money for necessities and amusement. Ed Simoson of Boonosboro advertises ns follows : The undersigned desires to nmrrv a Swede girl wbo bns not been married and who has domestic qualities lilting her for llfo on a farm. Have 91,000 , ono hnlf section of land , team. Am 'J. > ycarj of ao and am single. Address within a month mill u half. Building nnd loan associations nro Inking root in Lnrnmlu. Railroad activity in northern \Vyoming stimulates all branches of industry , Considerable loss In sheep Is reported In the vicinity of Aurora , owing to heavy snows. Tbo Soda lakes , near La > nnilo. nro noarlv drained of surplus wntor and tbo work of Inking out pure soda will soon begin. The country In the vicinity of Casper has hud but llttlo snow this winter. As a result stock on the raugo * is In prime condition. Mining interests in Gold Hill nnd around Saratoga are looking up und u genuine boom Is looked for with the opening of spring. Having anchored a smnltor , Ctioyonno is ow reaching out for iron blast furnaces , iiaving an unlimited supply of the raw mato- ial in the state. From a careful estimate made by a loading arbon county sheepman ever 2,000,000 pounds of wool will bo shipped from Riwllns , his year , and the value of tlio wool clip of ho county will exceed g)00l'OD. : ) The sheep- non do not owe ever ? SU,000. .South Iliiloitn. A sale of stnto school lands Is booked for March 1M. Sixty-dollar ere bus boon struck In the Buxton mino. The American Express company resists , ho payment of taxes in the state. The republican state convonllon is called o meet at Chamberlain , March ) . Mitchell has brightened up considerably under the iotluencoof electric light. Machinery for the Hnrnoy Peak tin mill las arrived and is being put in place. The Dead wood Central r.iilroid has boon olanketaa with n mortgage for SJOO.DOO. An extra session of the legislature hangs flro. Governor Mollolte is still negotiating ith members for per diem waivers. Tbo oxtonslon of the Northern Pjclfln to the Black Hills Is pi-jctieallv assured. Ar- : angomonts have boon made for active work .n the spring. _ Montitim. A collection of Montana animals is bolng inado for tbo World's fair. An anti-treat society is the latest assault on Butto's liquid industry. Grout Falls has a school population of 2,240 , , gain of 430 In a year. Clerks and salesmen of Great Falls have organized a protective association. A big strike of ? 03 ere is reported In the Mountain View miuo , near Rlmlnlni. Other properties adjoining are looking well. A streak of bigh grade ere has boon found In tbo Hock of Ages , on Cataract crook , a couple of miles from Basin. The strike was made at the depth of 140 foot , the ere run ning nearly f200 n ton. The assessors of Montana have completed their tax list and show the real and personal property of the state , as valued on the tax duplicate , at ? 1 12 , 05,428. This moans that the real value Is about tbreo times as much. Montana assessors found 8U4 1,834 sheep , and the state will bo Interested in Brer William Springer's little bill on the sheep. A. sowing machine ngont nt , Butte resorted to a sharp trick to gain business. Ho cam- pounded an alleged "watch oil , " which ho gave to his sub-a outs with Instructions to use on machines of nil makes except those of tholr own company. The good housewives of Butte soon complained thatthcirinachlncs would not run after the oil was used on them , nnd the crafty agent carao to their rescue with a machine of bis own company , which ho uuarantoed. Ho sold n number of machines before the trick was discovered. lltnii , The Salt Lake public building bill which passed the senate approprla.es j.00,000. , . The natural gas strikes provokes on over flow of human gas In Salt Lake corners. Oirclon has arranged liberal cash prizes for a contest of bands to bo held Juno 15 and 10. Providence iti a favored spot in Cache val ley , It has not had a funeral since August last. last.Tho The lobbyist , that most Interesting and versatile of Amorlcan produols , U almost ex tinct in the empire of Utah. A call has neon issued for a convention of cattlemen nt Ogden , April 27-HO , to discuss "transportation , brands , mavericks , fencing , water rights , range privileges , stock yards , broods and brooding of cattle and quaran tine. " Tbo states and territories embraced within thU call are Utah , Nevada , Idaho , Wyoming , California , Oroeon , Montana , Washington , Texas , Kansas , Colorado. Nortli Dakota. Nebraska , Now Mexico , Indian Ter ritory , Oklahoma and Arizona. Idaho. Keoloy wants $1,000 casb for the right tc bichloride the Jae c.irrlum of the stalo. Republicans hold a convonllon at Boise anc organized the State Republican league. Tbo Great Woitorn canal will Irrigate 73,000 acres of land. It laps the Snake rivet ton miles above Idaho Falls. It is assorted by tbo Ell of tbo Sovoi Devils country that grouse killed In that see tlon had their oraws llllod with nuggets ol gold , many of which were at largo as grain : of corn. The grouse wore so plentiful tor i wt.ilo that loverat parlies made good wagoi by killing thorn Just for the gold contained ii their craws , Chohalis funding bonds sold at par , Whatcom will invest 1200,000 , in sewer this year. A colony of Norwegians has been plantci at Nordland. Tacoma councilman fixed up a neat salur ; crab. The courts knocked them out. Snohotnlsu taxpayers rejected the proposl tlon to issue f i50,000 in bonds for roads am bridges , President Hill of the Great Northern ha completed a lour of Washington towns am put in bis best licks for reduced right ot way The state attorney general declares the at tempt to attach aallcoof Washlneion t Idaho is a political bluff. The bouudar , lines as they now exist uro correct. Vaklma county claims to have moro Uai i under irrigation thrinjill Iho rest of Wnsh- inglon put together. Tno cost 01 tbo irriga tion worn already completed , under way and to bo bciriin ntonce , l ? sHmatedntM)0.000. Land thus reclaimed will aggregate 4.V5.000 ncros. And as vet but n beginning has been inndo In this direction , vs the county contains over 3,000,000 ncrcs. OK-TOM. Portland's tax roll for ISOJ xvlll not the treasury $711,831. Bird Waggoner , nn Orcgonian pioneer , dlod recently ngod 83. A company bin boon orgnnlroa to build nu- olhor opera bouso In Portland. Work of conslructlon has been resumed on Iho Oregon Pacific nt AJbany. Portland's * ! per cotit' ' thirty-year bonds to the amount of $100,000 sold nt n premium. A cougar weighing 223 pounds was killed In Briges valley by James Fordn , aged M ) . A large number of imported song birds were turned loose in n meadow near Beaver- ton. They scorned delighted to regain tholr freedom nnd at once rose high in the nir , singing gaily , nnd then inndo n wldo circle and settled nlong n crook which runs through the meadow. Two hunaroil will bo added to Iholr number in n few weeks. Even rattlesnakes live to n wonderful old ugo In eastern Oregon's hoallbful climate. The East Oroffoilan stntos that Mr. Durnoll has the tall of n rntlk'simke In his possession containing llfty-four rattles nnd n button. It scorns tucrndlblo that n rnttlesnnko could at- lain the age of M years , yet the rattles were there to prove It and were seen by numerous citizens. Oiillfnrnlii , A pollco station has boon planted In tbo hour I of Chinatown , San Francisco. Improvements to the amount of fl,000,000 i.s to uo made bv thu railroads at Sacruinonlo. Wild hois nro very plentiful In the west ern part of Nevada county , nnd furnish good sport to the hunters. Ono of the nulmnis killed recently weighed 200 pounds. A S.icramonto genius has evolved n Uro escape in tbo shape of n toboggan slide. It is tin iron Iliimo circling round n post. The surface Is smooth , so that the slide will not gather n harvest of stool slltrcM. Jacob Primer Lees , the foundoi- the city of San Francisco nun''the pioneer of pion eers of California , " dlod In n hospital in San Francisco a few days njo. Hoiva 8' year.- ? old. Ho built thu first house In San Fran- clsco In I Sail , and killed deer and bear where .some of tliat city's business strouts nro now. IIu imido a groit do.il of moiu'V during his life , but lost it in his later years. The oovoto bounty law , which was passed lo help tco sheep inlsora. promises to cost California duarlv , Ono hundred thousand dollars hnvo been paid nut in nine months ns 20.000 scalps have been turned In and f."i pain f or each scalp that hcertllled tons killed in the county where it i ? pru.seutod. ICorn county henils the list wl'h ' over 2,5'JJ ' coyotot slnln. The next legislature will probably repeal Iho law and compel each county to pay out its own coyolo money. l.u ( Irlppo SiuLHhill.v . TriMtril. "I hnvo Just recovered from a second attack of the grip this year , " s.iy * .Mr. James O. Jones , noblishor of iho Leader. Mexla , Tex. "In the latter case 1 used Clmmber- Inlti's Cough Remedy , nnd I think with con siderable success , only being In bed u llttlo ever two days against ten davs for the lirst attack. The sucoijd nttncK I am satlslled would have boon equally as bad as the first but for the use of Ih'.s ' romodv , ns 1 had to go to bed in about six hdUrs after being Struck' with it , while In the llr t case 1 was nbloo attend to business about two days before getting'down , ' " 50 cent bottles for sale by druggists. ' MILITAUY MATTERS. llrins lor tlm Army ( hmlp Alxiilt Olllrertt mill KiillHtvil .Moil. There nro only 1,103 vaiMiicios In the enlisted - listed strength of the army ut the present timo. This is nil the more gratifying in view ( if the excellence of the material which is bsing secured by the ofllcors in charge of recruiting. A report from Valentino , Neb. , says that the civilian physicians 'nt tint point have lodged complaint with'tho secretary of war that the Fort Ntobrura medical oflicora Imvo destroyed tbotr ( the civilians' ) praetico and in many instances taken patients to the post hospital for treatment. The matter is bolus investigated by the secrotnry. There are now on llio thirty-nine applica tions for the vacant brigadier couoralship. The gossip of the Wur department is that General Suhofiold favors General Carl In , Secretary Elklns favors General E. A. Carr , Seuulor Mondcrson is urging the claims of General Frank Wheaten and Senator Hawley - ley is pushing General Foraytho. "Ordnance sergeants will hereafter bo assigned ' signed to posts'by the chief of ordnance. The iecrotnry of war has reported to the senate tnat the militia force of the United blnlos is 111,1)48 ) ofllcers and enlisted men. The number of men in the country available for military duty Is 8rj07'dS. The Overman court martial came to an end lust Thursday at Cleveland. Judge Sanders nnd Colonel Gardiner iniulo eloquent pleas for Iho accused ofllcor , nnd the Judge advo cate , Captnlti Myrick , contented himself with citing the law. Major Overman is now in Washington , under the orders of the Wur department. J'ort Sldnuy. Andrew GUljipla , w.io wai duoair id roai company D , Twonty-llrst infantry , at nrtDu Chosuo , U. T , , ro-onllsloJ for ojui- nny B , sanu raimsnt , at O luhl , ana oineu hero on February 12. Private John Campbell , company B , Twouty-lirst infantry , returned on the 13th inst. from u Uuoo months' furlough. Albert B. Schollold and William T. Moore vvho were enlisted by Lteutonnnt Stamper at Hustings , Neb. , for company A of the Twenty-llrst infantry joined hero on thu lath. Commissary Sergeant Otto \V. Helurlch , who was assigned to duty nt this post by War department ordorj , arrived here last Saturday. Sergeant Frank F. Roonoy , company B , returned last Sunday from u three months' furlough , which ho has been spending in Denver. A warrant has Just been received bore from the secretary of war , appointing Corporal Julius Jenssn of company C sergeant major , Twentylirst infantry. Wo heartily con gratulate Sergeant Major Jensen on his hand some chevrons. Private William S , bpraguo , comoany C. was discharged from the bcrvico on tjio 10th inst , There is much regret felt Uoro ever the loss of Lieutenant Almon L. Parmortor , whoso promotion to a lirst lieutenancy in the Fourteenth infantry has taken him from the Twenty-first infantry. General order tto. 1 , A. G. O. 1893. has Just made Its appearance bore , and is of great interest , showing as It does , that one ot the thirty-six sharp shooters In the army of tno United Slates JOT the target your of 1891 , whoso average pur cent firing with iho rillo , was SO or over'B'.t.'ll ' being the highest nindo in the army. Tbaipost has tbo honor of having two , viz : Captain J , W. Duncan , Twenty-llrst lnfantvyi 80.71 , nnd Sergeant James Shlrlock , coirM'Jny ' A , Twonty-llrst infantry , with 60 , , , . Lieutenant Und Mrs , Brooke gave n most delightful party at thW.Post bull on Thursday ovoninp , Uio llth ln t' ' , in honor of Colonel Horace Jewell and femilv. Tbo early part of the evening was given over to the votar ies of terpslchoro , after which catno pro gressive high live , savin tables being in uso. Tbo counters for wlnnprs were beautiful aud unique , consisting ojj tiny bolls , crescents and modallons ponJpiit to baby ribbons ol all colors , The prizes were exquisite , among tuom being an ImporCoil Japanese Hart Karl sword , The fortunate winners wore ; First prizes , Mrs. Jocelyn ana Lieutenant McAn drew ; second prizos.Lleutenunt Morrow ani ! Mrs. Jewell , After cards came n delicious repast , such as was to be expected from i queenly hostess like Mrs. Brooke , J'ort I ) , , v < JtumclI. Major Bacon , Seventh cavalry , was at thi post last week for-tho purpose of invostlgat ing the case of Corporal Martin Walsh whoso discharge was recommended by tht post commander for lending money to onllstot men of the poit nt the rate of 20 per cent pe ; month interest. Lieutenant Dowdy left Ibo post las \VednosdayforFuyettovlllo , Ark. , whore hi is to report for duty March I as professor o military science and tactics at tbo Arknnsai Industrial university. On account of tbo illness of his wife Lieu tenant Mulr has asked that the order direct Ing him to proceed at once to Fort Omaha b < suspended thirty days , Sergeant Major VVlUon has just complete ; a roster of noncommissioned ofllcors of the regiment , ono of which will bo sent to each scrgonnt major in the army. Private William Done. Iroop E , Ninth cavalry , rcporlcd from furlough at this point without means to Join his station. Transpor tation nnd subsistence lo Fort Robinson , Neb. , wore furnlsheJ him. A board of ofllcers consisting of Lloutonaut Colonel K. Brady , Seventeenth infantry ; Major V , Hnvnrd , surgeon ; Captain C. S. Roberts. Seventeenth infnnlry ; Cnptnln F. V. Walter , assistant surgeon , nnd First Lieutenant E. Cliynowith , Sovonlocnlh In- fiuilry , lias been ordered to convene nt this post Mnroh 1 , IS',12 ' , for lhophvslu.il and men tal examination of appointees lo the United States military academy. Vort Hlli-yi Mr. George Buford of St. Joseph , Mo. , is vUllliicvlth Lleuttiunut J. V. Boll , adjutant , Seventh cavalry. Miss Gcrtlo Wilson of Leaven worth is vlslllng wilh Mrs. Caiitniu Henry Jackson. Lieutenant nnd Mrs. Pierce left last Wednesday for Wntorvllot arsenal. Captain C. A. Vanillin , Seventh cavalry , was troubled with iho "grip" for n few days but is now nblo lo oat his rations regularly , Sergeant Joseph Kansky was discharged nnd ro-cnllstcd lu D Iroop , Seventh cavalry , February in. Privnlo John Uolau , now on furlough , has transferred from B troop to I troop , Seventh cavalry. Jack has only nine montiis to serve before retiring. Farrier James Nolan , ' 1C troop , Seventh cavalry , has. served his live years nnd will try unolbor live with Captain E. A. GarllnK- lon , commanding I troop. The following pi emotions and appoint ments hnvo boon made in C troop , Seventh cavnlry : Corporal Frame Stevenson , to bo seriruant , vice Newport discharged ; Prlvnto Fred J. Russell , to bo corporal , vice Stevon- s-ou promoted. Private- Francis O'Donncll. A troop , wns discharged , in consequence of expiration of lurin , on Wednesday last. General Forsytb , Major \Vhltosldc nnd Cantnln Edgorly returned Monday from Denver. The ollloers' Imp given Tuesday evening was n brilliant ntTnlr. Joseph Uisse , nftor n ten ynars' service in E troop , was discharged Tuesday , February Hi. Risse left , Wednesday for his homo in Germany. Troop I , Seventh cavalry ( Captain E. A. Garlinglon ) , can hold its own with most any troop in the sorvlco. Vhero are nt present fourtco.il men In the troop who Have served from ton to twonly-nlno years. 'i ho month of January was a very fair ono for the canteen. Declared dividends for tbo quarter ending December III , amounted to 0.'i. Tlio mess hall got fibS.2J , band $03 , hospital $1 1.27 , hospital corps company of in struction $10. 17 , battery A , Second artillery , $ tli.77 ) ; battery T , Fourth artillery , j47.5S ! ; b.ittor.v F , Second artillery , $11.71. There are several line pieces of horao llesh nl this post owned" mostly by ofllcors of the Sofonlh cavalry. Lieutenant W. J. Nichol son is the owner of a promising 'J-yoar-old filly. Lieutenant E C. Bullock Is training a 2-your-old Alien Russell lilly that Is hard to bent : Lieutenant J. C. Gresham's 2-year-old Illly by Allen Russell is a beauty and bus rummenccd to show her breeding. Lieuten ant L. S. McCormlck has a colt that will compare favorably with nny of the young- stors. Posl master Hugh Bolin lakes great indo In showing his bay Illly sired bv Jhulliss. Major C. S. Ilsloy loft Wednesday for Dinaha where ho will report nt department lieadquarlors before taking station at Fort Robinson. Lieutenant Sodgwick Rico is now in com mand of E troop , Seventh cavnlry. Lieu tenant Rico was transferred from the Twenty-second infantry and joined the Seventh cavalry June 10 , 18SO. Since that time tie served constanlly with his regiment and received fnvoraolo mention in general orders for meritorious conduct and gallantry In the battles with the bloux. Indians at Wounded Knee creek and the mission at Pine Rldgo. Lieutenant Rico Is worthy of the honor and E troop is to bo congratulated. The ladles of tbo garrison are determined that nothing will hinder them from enjoying lifo during the cold months. It is otio con- linuul round of pleasure nnd to keep track of ho separate events would take up all of one man's lime in hunting up data. Last Satur day the ladles of the po-t gnvo nn "at homo" parlyi The whole force was out and from what wo can learn the luno was cnjoy- bly spent. Mrs. Pierce of the ordnance de- art montgavo n farewell loa to her numerous riunds at the post Thursday evening , Fob- uary 4 , in the ball ot thu cavalry administra tion building. The nlTuir was handsomely managed. Progressive cuchro is still the gnmn with the Indies nt the post , nnd on this occasion it was heartily ind'ulged in. Mrs. Gtfford of iho Second artillery was the hos tess nt the "young ladies luncheon" given Wudnosdav evening. Thuy were all there and spent a very pleasant evening. Chaplain D. li. Lowell has received a gov ernment storeopnean and proposes to illus trate biSiloctui-os hereafter. The scheme is a new ono nnd will probably bo appreciated. Chaplain Myles Moylan , Seventh cavalry , Is anxiously awaiting his promotion as major in the Tenth cavalry. Ho bus commenced packing his goods and will bo ready to leave nt a moment's notice. Fort The followifig changes have tiikon plaeo among the noncommissioned nfllcors nt tnls , post the past week : Sercoant NiolMcCun , Joseph Potts ana Henry H , Grave , troop C , Sixth cavalry , dlszhurgod by expiration ol term of sorvlco. Corporals Frederick Pone and William Servars , troop C , Sixth cav alry , promoted sergeants und Privates Wnthun Illmoro and Arnold Baker , snma troop , appointed corpornlt. Corporal Henry P. Cannon , company K , Eighth infantry , discharged by expiration of term of service and ro-enlisted in same company. Corporal John Bantisto , company E , Eighth infantry , has been re tired alter thirty years service and has taken his departure foi California , Intending to nut in the rest of his llfo In that hlu'bly favored country. Private John Shuter has boon transferred from troop C teD , Sixth cavnlry , and appointed a trumpeter in tbo last named troop. Company E , Eighth Infantry , gave a dance to Coporal Baptisto on Friday night , which was largely attended by the many friends of the corporal , ull of whom wished him God speed and good luck ou his leaving the ser vice. Corporal Baptisio has spent the past twenty years in the Fourth and Eighth in fantry , on the frontiers , taking part In most of the Indian troubles in which our llttlo army has boon engaged during that tlmo. Snow fell continuously from about 2 p. in. , the 10th , until about 2 a. in. , the 12tb , more than a foot deep on the level being on the ground when the storm ceased. It must bo fathoms deep in tbo mountains between iho post and the end of the railroad , nnd in con- cquonco thereof the mail that before the torni reached us occasionally has uuoul quit altogether. Preparations are being made for starting up the saw mill about eighteen miles from the post. It is rumored that Troop il , Sixth cavalry , will bo detailed to cut und saw lum ber for the next month , but U Is doubtful II they can reach the mill wbilo the snow is so deep in the mountains. Lieutenant * 0. P. Terrott , Eighth Infantry is oxpactcd lo arrive at Ibo post on the 17th nstnnl. Lieutenant Torrutt belongs to the skeleton company 1C and will not Und much of Ins company hero to do duty with , al though this is Its station , on paper , Captn n Thomas Wilbolm , Eighth infantry the only Flavoring Extracts NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. O' perfect purity. LemonI Lemon - of great strength. Almond If Economy In tholrusa Rose etc ? ] Flavor us delicately Bnd dellclounly a the fresh fruit. other mornbor of K Is on recmltinc service Rt SU Paul , Minn. Lieutenant Torrott Joins nftor n long nb- cnce , having boon detailed on rccmltlnR luty in September , IbsO , tor two voam , nnd on the expiration of hi * detail Imvliifr applied or ana obtained n loftvo of absence for four nonlhv The proposed wolf hunt that wn to liavo ftken plnco last , week was unavoidably post- lonod , llio weather being entirely too sovoto or anything of the sort. There nro plenty of wolves in thco pnrH to hunt nnu seine of horn nro not foilr footed nnlinnls either , I'ort Nlolirnrii. John Malady , formerly ot the Fifth cav il ry , rcenllslcd nt Fort Logan , Colo. , for the sixth cavalry nnd loft this post on February S for Fort \Va9hako , boln i ? assigned to troop 11 , Sixth cavalry. 1'rivnto Joseph Hurnon , troop U , Sixth cavalry , was ilUchnivctl on February T.Hor- ben ban boon for n Ion ? time In tbo 1'ostC.in teen. 1'rlvato ? Mnnynn nnd Hamilton , troop A , nnd I'rlvnto Towson , troop F , Sixth civnlr.v. yero discharged the sorvlco of the United States , per expiration of term of service. Fii-ht Lieutenant H. 1C. West , Sixth cavalry , nnd Sergeant Harrigan , troop U , arrived nt this post on Iho mornlnuof Febru ary U nnd will proceed to several towns in ho states of lown nnd Nebraska opening OKlmontnl recruiting stations. Major Dallas Hache. modlcal director of the Department of the Plntto , nrrlvod hero o'i February 7 , inspected llio sanltarv ilopart- nont of the you nnd loft for Omaha on ' 'obrunry II. Llmitcnant Colonel Stnnton , pavmastor , arrived nt tbo post February 0 , paid the roops ot this command on tho'7th , nnd loft the Dost the same evening. I'rlvnto Hdwarxl Hoyd , troop A , nnd Sur- gcantVlllinniH. . Logon , troop 1C , were dis charged from the service of the United States per expiration of term of service , February 10. Both men had excellent dis charges. Captain Charlus porter , Klghth Infantry laving returned to duty , Second Lieutenant IS. T. Cole was relieved from duty with company I ) . I'orl M mil is First Lieutenant Furrntut Sayor , who was expected hero on the tfith , has boon granted another month's leave. In order to comply with recent general or ders extra special duty moil nro now per- ormlntr guard duty. It keeps ono busy here Keeping trnck of ho wealhor. It has been nil the wnv from 10- = below zero to 80 = " nbovo during tlio past week. Prlvnto Wilson , H troop , Eighth cavalrv ; riod recently by court martial for running his horse while on pass , was released Thurs day bv telegraphic instructions from depart ment headquarters. Private Herbert Taylor , troop K , has been discharged on surgeon's certillc.ito of disa bility. Prlvnto Max Franks , A troop , has boon discharged by puroha c , ho having deposited $100 for that purpose nt the tlmo of tlio Chilian trouble. Sergeant McNnmara , D troop , leaves us on the U'Jd , having served the required num ber of years to entitle him to an honorable pleco of sheepskin. Ofllcers' lycouin meetings are hold every Monday evening nt the post hall. Captain Hcnnisco's paper on "Cavnlry. regular and irregular , " was one of the most Interesting nnd Instructive that has boon produced slnco the inaucnrailon of the series. Great dlllli-ulty Is experienced by the con- traclors in furnishing borsos for tlio Kighth cavalry. Out of (173 ( horses examined only thirty-two were nccoptod. Xmtrulglu Cured In I'll torn Mlnilti-H. Mr. J. S. Slurtovant , editor of the Waup.ica ( Wis. ) Post , says : "LastnlghtChamoerlalu's Pain Halm cured my wlfo of neuralgia of the face nnd tooth In liftoen niinntus. Wo would not bo without It. " 51) ) cent bottles for sale by druggists. Ouril nl Tliunlis. The ladles connected with tha Crocho wish to thank In this public munncr the ladles nnd gentlemen who kindly donated tholr llmo and services in the very charming nnd suc cessful play , entitled "A Uox of Monkeys , " Wednesday evening , at Gcrnwnla ball. Tlio ladies wish , also , to acknowledge the kindness of Shivoricu it Co. , ] ) oway&Stone , the Morse Dry Gooiis company , and Mr. H. M. Bliss , for suico fuL-nishliiss ; Mr. IJono- hue , for lloriil decorations ; and Tin : Bui : , the World-Herald nnd the Excalsmr. in giving duo notice of tliu entertainment. They are also'indobted to the business linns who gen erously advertised in the program thereby assisting materially in the proceeds o the ontertalnmoiit. Mr. J. H. Esthlll , president Morning News Co. . Savannah , G.i. says : A tnambar of my family who has boon a martyr to neuralgic headaches for twenty years , has found in bradycrotino nn infallible remedy. Full of trouble the ordinary pill. Trouble when you take it , and trouble uhen you've got it down , rleiity of unplonsnntncss , but mighty little good. k With Doctor ' Picrco's Pleasant W Pellets , there's no trouble. They're made to prevent it. They're the original little Liver Pills , tiny , sugarcoated - coated nntl-iillious granules , purely vegeta ble , perfectly harmless , the hmalle.st , cn&icst nnd best to take. They cleanse nnd regulate the whole system , in u natural nnd easy way mildly nnd gently , Imt thoioughly and effectively. Ono little Pellet for n lax ative three for n cathartic. Sick Headache , Bilious Headache , Constipation , Indigestion , Bilious Attacka , nnd nil derangements of tlio liver , btomnch nnd bowel ? nro prevented , relieved and cured. They're the cheapest pill you can buy , for they're guaranteed to give batibfnctlou , or your money is returned. You pay only for the value received. Can you ask moral TOE BEST mm For Consumptives and In valids must surely be the most wholesome for those who use it a $ a beverage. PURE RYE. lathobJfit for all purposes , ba- oauao ic is positively pure and m a- turo. It is excoJdiiifirly pleasant to the Uiato ana baa u dollolouj bou- quot. N , B , It doesn't burn nor soald the throat or atcmaoh like inferior whiskeys. It IB recommended by tbo boat phyeloinns. Bold only at high class hotola , drusr nnd liquor stores. IAM ) < KMANl ) & CO. , OIIIOAGO. Sninplus can be hul at the Mlllaid llnlul. ut Thumphon's , ut .1. A. Tullilll'H , at J. A , Wood .tUo. . Hotel Uollonu , Muynlhiin'h , The Diamond mend , HAYli YOUnili GRIITK ? Many People Hnvo It nnd Do Not Kuovvlt How to Hecognizo the Symptaia * and How to TrontTlioin. Hundreds of | % oiIc have the ( lilppo who do not know It. Not noco < srlly tlio llnnl stnRos. but the first. s-tnses. They fool pains in the head , and u had taste In the tnoiith , got ttro'l nnd despondent , liuro chilly sensations , limb * unit mnselos nclio. In some cases the so things itro overlooked , In HUH THSOS | ioi haps they are considered simply n slight cold. In nearly ovciy cnso they Indlento thocoinliiRof tlrlnpo. There Is lull ono thin ? to do when the to symptoms npponr. nnd that Is to tiiKo promp and vigorous iiioiisiirt-t , to fortify nntnrotii ri'pol the enemy. A llttlo wull dlrootod effort ntjusl the rlKht tlmo will nccnmpllsh very intich nuiro limn tnborcd efforts afterwards. Thorn Is hut ono Uiliu to lo done , nnd tluxt In to use n pnto stimulant , something tlmt will promptly : u lost nnd In no way Injure , some- thine endorsed by scientists recommended by physicians , nnd populnt because so ofllelpnt- > Duffy's I'nro Malt \Vhlskey Twoyotrs IRO , nnd lust yoirhitn thollrlppo was rnuln.MliN WHS thu standard remedy used , niiil i-i rnm niendod by thu profession. It did tnoro la prevent the Orlppo thin nil other known or recommended roiniMllos. It preserved ninny lieoplo In hoilth who would otlinrwlso IMVO I wii urlnvoimly slok , piirlmps even > \orso. It Is us cIllsliMil to.lny ns uvur. It should bu hormi In mind tlrit other so called whlsklos inny nut bo so tilllulont , nnd If uny denier ns- sorts Hint snub whNklus luotho s.ime , distrust him nt onro. There Is but ouu medicinal whiskey , : ind licit Is DnlTy's I'uni Mull. CURB A noiv nnil Coinptrto Trcntmunt , conMatlnx ot HuiMMiBlUirli'H , Ointment In CniiauUi * , iilsn In ttox nnil I'lllni n I'osliiTn Cnra for Kutornnl. Interim ) , Illlnil or Mlcinllnit ttolilnit , Chronic , Uucmit or lleroilltiiry l'lli : , Tills lloimvly Ims novur II MII known to fnll. ft iiorliov.il For } ) ! in'nl lif mill. \Ylij miller from tills lortllib tllsunu when n writ * lull niinrnnuni I * potltlvoly nlvon vrlllift ImxiM , la roriuultlio moiitiT It tuu carat ) . Hotut ntiimii for fn-o Sniuilu. | tiunrntituu Uiuuil h > - Kuliti , \ Co , lruiiKli > tiii Holu AKUIIU , earner 15lh iuil Douitlni roou , Omnlin , Nob. lo DVO'B IcrlccUcnl Ilia Tlio Kroneli rumody tu'ls dlraclly upon the Koueratlvo organs and enrol suppression of tlio mouses. | 2or throu tor $ V anil o.in bii nmllod. Should not lie nsoI ihirlnijiirojiiixnoy. .lobliort , driiKKlHtsund Ilia publla suppllod by Uooiiinan Uruic Uo , , Umalia When It accompanies n recent cold : Take cqtul parlscach of tincture of lilooJ-inot , sjnuu ot ipecac anil squills , llnciuro of unl-inm of tnlu , aud D.ireuonc , and take of the coniiouud | hair a ti-aspoonfut wlionevor the ciiiiKh 1 < sovoic. * V win "Kmiw Thimeif , " JJm. llelln .t Itett * ' Hint- traletlnciv lioolk of iw vauc * , ufurh Kill lie Kent free tn any iidilre.ia un rcciip ! of iccntituixiy Tliu book contains thousands of llcmgofln- lurmitlun of even gru.itvr Imnorlnncu than llio above , not Hie least of which Is llio muthoit of dotei mluliiK wliou one U aflllctcdllli any form ot Nervous , Chronic or ) Private Diseases 'With rules for guarding against their attacks. And , butler man nil this , II nltonU conclusive nnil abundant piouf of thu gtral nblllty. lliu uomleif.il HK1II , tlm remarkably science ami tU/ vuluabln ex'juf'o'ico ' ' of DRS. 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