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THE OMAItA."iAlLY BEE : TIE&RSDAY , FEBllfjAfcY 25 , 1892.
BOIES WANTS FIRST PLACE ' Representative Perkins Thinks Iowa's ' Gov A ernor a Presidential Candidate. HIS POSITION ON THE SILVER QUESTION fronting tiy Clcirlniur * lixpcrlrncrs with tlid limin tin Will llpinnln Hllcnt nil tlio Siib.loct , Tim * Hoping to ' Catch All iirincntK. : WASHINGTON BOIIKIO or 'Tnn Hr.n , , ) fil3 FOIMITBENTII 1 STItr.BT , V WASIII.VOTOV , D. a. , Fob. m. 1 Representative George D. Pontius of the feloux City district is quite positive In his jnlnd that Governor Holes of Iowa Is trying to move the very foundations ot the earth to ndvanco his ohauces for n place on the prosl * ilontlut ticket this year. Ho says that at the outset of the boom Governor Boies conllr.od bis aspirations to the vice presidential posi tion upon the democratic ticket , but after the Iowa democratic platform announced in the most positive terms In favor of the free coinage of silver , and the great west and eoutb commenced to cut- Cleveland on ac count ot his antl-fren silver attitude the governor began to believe that the presiden tial nomination lay In his pathway. Iteprcsuntattvo Perkins had an article in tbo Washington Post the ether day upon the BUbJcct of the possibility of Iowa occupying n plucn dpon the democratic national ticket this year , in which he calls attention to the fact that the Iowa governor bus grown so diplomatic of lalo that although the demo cratic platform of his ntato is very pointedly ic favor of free silver , the governor straddles the question completely. Mr. Perkins says nmong ether things that Governor Boles has 'very frequently attempted to maintain a discreet silence on the silver question nnd bent all the strength ot his intellect to the whisky question , which ho Insisted ought not to bo hampered by tarty nQlliallons. " Ho says that the last Iowa campaign was fought on the ono question of retention or dismissal of the state wide pro hibitory liquor law : that all ether questions were relegated to tbo rear. Ho points out tlio fact , and gives it emphasis , that nothing of free silver was beard in the campaign , nnd that no ono knows the font better than Governor Boios , and therefore the wlloy governor underestimates the party in the state in declaring iu tavor of free coinage. Mr. Perkins gives tno republican record of Jvir. liulos , which shows that ho hits not boon within the ranks of the democratic party sufficiently long to peso ns a democratic oracle cle , mill observes that Governor Bolus in his oftlclal papers has repeatedly recognized the fuct that republic-ins assisted in his elec tion , himply because ho stood for the repeal of the prohibitory liquor low , and has more than once deprecated any attempt to turn such a victory to partisan advantage. At the same time Mr. Perkins regards Mr. Boios ns a very decided candidate for the democratic presidential nomination , despite the fact that Boles' silence upon and evasion ot the silver question shows himself to bo out of Joint with bis own party in the state. Mr. Perkins thinks that should Gov ernor Boios bo given u place on the ticket this year ho would bo , so far as his own state'Is concerned , placed in a very embar rassing position , since the party In Iowa would force free silver to the front as an issue , und Its local candidate upon the national ticket would bo constantly dodging tbul issue. Htlltohooil IJIIlH Will Conic Soon. Delegate Smith , who represents Arizona In the house , said today that the hearings which have been given the four territories , all of Which want statehood , had boon practically completed by the bou.su and senate commit tees on territories , nnd since the house was expected to take the initiative stops there would very soon bo some of the statehood bills reported from the house committee. .Each of the territories stands upon its indi vidual merits. There will bo no such thing ns an omnibus bill as there was wben tnoDu- Itotus and Montana nnd Washington came Into the union. Now Mexico will proo.ibly bu reported first by the house committee , then Aiizona and probably a provisional gov ernment for Utah which is advocated by the liberals of that torfttory. It is doubtful If n favorable report will be made upon the bill giving statehood to Okla homa. The domoeiMls on tbo committee take the position that the population of Okla homa is too new to enable anyone to deter mine whether it Is permanent , and that it would not bo proper to take that country into statehood within two years after it was nettled by white citizens and made a terri tory. Oklahoma is a republican territory that lolls the secret of the opposition to Okla homa in the house committee. It is the opinion of Delegate Smith and members ot the senate committee on territories , all nl Whom are best informed on the subject , that the house will pass bills giving statehood to Jfow Mexico and Arizona and possnbly a pro visional government for Utah. The senate committed will report the Arizona bill bacli nmondod so as to include Oklahoma , and in that form it will bo sent to the senate and finally become a law , and there statehood ncltutlon will end so far as this territory la concerned. t Secretary Jfolilo May Sucrred Ili-lil. The report that Secretary Noble was bout to leave the cabinet in order to succeed "Wbitelaw Held as Untied States minister tt Great Britain , whldi was current ber ( today , Is the renewal of a report which is undoubtedly based upon the preferences o ; Secretary Isoblo himself and which is be lieved oy ninny who ought to know to bo noi ill a cor ilitnt with the unexpressed desire o : the president. There Is , however , no. basis lor the rumor in any accomplished fact 01 contemplated negotiation. It Is generally ucceptcd In Washington that Minister Kelt lias mndo every preparation to resign bis commission nnd to return homo this summci iu time to take nn active part In tbo nox prcsiduntlnl campaign , Tlic State department has , after its usua fasLion of donving everything , ofllciallv do Bled that Mr , Hold will resign , That , how ever , has nothing to da with the undoubtot fact tbntSecretarv Noble is tired of his dl vision nnd that ho would have resigned tin c.ires of the Interior department last summo bad it not boon tlu.t the president roquostei li'im nt that tlmo to continue in office. Oiithwulto'8 Army Measure Dooinril. Army ofllcors who wo agitating tholi couu ever the passim ; of the Outhnnito bll junking nil promotions lu the army dependant pendant upon length of service mav res more easily. Tbo bill , which la now in tin tumid committee on military affairs , wll never leave it lu IU present form. It u probable that it will ho brought up amoudoc to apply only to lirst lieutenant. Such a bil lias btou already reported by Senator Proc tor and Is on the senate files. The Outh waltu measure would disorganize all reiativi ranks in tbo army and promote a largo num ber of higher rank ofllcors over the bonds o superiors who have won their promotion bj Lard .service- and gallantry. The sonati committee does not propose tu see old wai time dfllcors overshadowed by men who dit not receive promotion after the war Bluiplj because they were not considered to duservi it. The bill is considered too uwcuping bj nrmy otllcers hero and If enacted Into a lav l/v they say It would certainly cause more- " In Justice than it would correct. I'lirm Aiilinul * lu Xuhrnnkn. The last bulletin issued from the Agricul tural department shows the following on tli uujectpf farm animals iu Nebraska : Hcraes and mules remain about the sain n * to numbers as on January 1 , 1891. Mile ! cows have increased In number and valu aurlugtbe past year. Great improvomoii tlsbolnR glvon this class of stock bv the in reduction of high-grade Jurseyi , Guernseys .AUurnoys , Holsteln , Swiss and lUd Poll : Oxen are seldom used now , tb fast-steppin Lorso having taken their placetherefor ; the number of oxen have decreased , utbo cattle have also decreased. Prices are low end ns food U plentiful 'oedord are not dl ; jioaed to rush their stock on the market. Th Jvndenoy now Is to feed for early maturity , nud some of the best results are obtained a fi years old. f > The total number of sheep for pormanen JLISO Is about tbo same as that of onoyoar age ' Drooitlng sheep for either wool or mil tto lias not gratified expectations , and bcuco tbu industry has rather fallen off than Increased BriiiKlng sboou to Nebraska for feeding Lowcvor , is largely on the increase. Man thousands are broueht In and fed annually. In Iowa liorsos have increased lu numbc tfuilutf tbu pan year. All inferior auu com non grades are extremely low , but the best bring fair prices. Milch cows have for sov- ral years past boon considered unprofitable , but the dairy interest is growing , i'ho use of separators nnd paying oy the chemical cst hai a stimulating effect on tno Industry , The apparent prospect of bettor prices has maintained the number of beef cattle. The sheep Industry Is steadily growing. Nearly every county reports nn Increase. The num ber killed by dogs Is also Increasing. The lumber of bogs Is somewhat reduced as com' mred'wlth ln tyenr. .MlUCI'lllllH'OIH. It is certain that Senator Paddock will mvo a hard light with his pure food bill. Yesterday's debate Indicates that the south ern congressmen propose to struggle vigor ously against Its enactment on the ground that It will prevent the present extensive iso of cotton seed oil as an adulterant. The .wo hours running debate between Senator Paddock nnd Senators Bate nnd Coke yester day was n vigorous nnd interesting ono in which the Nobtaska senator moro | than held his oxvn and showed his familiarity with the subject , The pure food bill will bo the special order until disposed of. and Senator 1'addock , who fools that It will bo , worth millions of dollars to the west , is conlldont that It will secure passage. W. H. Hymar of Omiha Is nt the Arling ton and George II. Bornoy of Omaha is at the Ebbltt. At a regular meeting of the Nebraska Ko- publiran association hold last evening bin- ixtors Mandorson nnd Paddock , Assistant taccrotary Orounso , Assistant Attorney Gen eral Colby , Sorgeant-at-Arms Valentino. ox- Congressmen George W. Dorsoy and G. L. Laws were elected honorary members. The annual election of oftlcors will be held Mon day evening , March 7. William A. Pax ton of Omaha , who has boon in Now Vork some weeks for his health , was hero today. Ho returns to Now Vork tomorrow. Mr. Pnxton has grown a luxuriant pair of sldo whiskers since ho loft homo. S H. Coulter was today appointed post master at Knddington , Cheyenne county , Nob. , vice K. E. Vance , resigned , and K. H. Schoon at Kile Mountain , Carbon county , Wyo. , vice W. A. BristoriUs , resigned. Senator Allison today Introduced a dupli cate of the Bowman bill for the establish ment of a port of delivery at Council Bluffs. P. S. H. : sTitnLANDS. . G'ommlnilonnr Carter Tolls How They Mny Hit KntoriMl Upon. WASHINGTON- . C. , Fob. 24. | Special to THE Bm : . ] Senator Paddock nnd other mem bers of the Nebraska delegation are receiv ing dally letters from their constituents In quiring about the Cherokee strip in Okla homa. It appears that a largo number of BUB readers are In ono way and anotnor deeply Interested in this body of land , and for their especial Information the following letter , bearing directly upon the subject , is civon In full ; "DEI'AltTMCNT OP TUB ISTCIlIOIt , GCNEIUt , LVJJP OFFICE , WASHINGTON' , D. C. , Feb. Ut. Hon. A. S. Paddock , United States senate : Herewith returning the letter of Mr. John Uosicky , dated at Omaha the Oth inst. , with accompanying paper , which you referred to mo by endorsement dated tholfith inst. , in reference to the manner in which the lands in what is known as the Cherokee atrip In Oklahoma Territory will bo disposed of , I have the honor to state that the act of May 2 , 1890 , 20 statutes , 31 , provided in a general way for disposing of the lands In the said strip , on their bom it relinquished bv the Indians , according to the provisions cf tbo homestead laws , except the provision for commutation of homesteads contained in sec tion 2301 , revised statutes , which It was pro vided should not apply. "It is understood that an agreement has been entered into by tbo United States with the Inpions by which said lands will bo re linquished by them and bo opened to occu pancy by white settlors. This agreement , it is understood , will bo submitted to congress , and if ratified thereby will bo made the foundation of legislative proceedings for determining more purtlcularly and exactly upon what terms the lands will bo disposed of to settlors. "In answer to the throe questions pro pounded by Mr. Uoalcky in his enclosed letter. I snbmlttbo following btatomont , viz : "First. The agreement with the Indians above referred to has not yet been ofUelully promulgated. I understand , however , that it provides for a few Indian allotments within the Cherokee strip , it is statea tha ! seventy allotments are provided for ol eighty acres each , the remainder of the lands to ho opened to settlement. Second. There Is no oxistine law which provides for commutation of the homestead entries to bo allowed by which title may bo procured after a period ot residence and cul tivation less than the usual period of five years. But as such commutation has boon provided for In ether cases of the kind , it is probable that congress will do so in this case. By parity of reasoning it is to bo an ticipated that commutation will bo allowed oftor twolvetor fourteen months from date of entry. It so , it is probable that only ono price will bo required which will bo lixed from a consideration of the amount to bo paid the Indians. The purchase will bo allowed at a certain date should the settler so desire , or if he should prefer It , a longer tlmo will bo allowed in which to pay for the land , ho remaining thereon as a resident in the meanwhile. "Third. Under the general provisions cf the homestead laws , which are opnllod to those lands under said act of May 2 , 18UO , n claim to the land may bo initiated as soon as they nro opened to settlement in one or the other of the two ways ; (1) ( ) , the party desir ing the land may go upon tbo tract desired in person and make actual settlement thereon ; or (2) ( ) , he may go to the district land oftlco and make entry there. "When the Ilrst course is pursued the set tier must make entry or put his claim nn record nt the district laud ofllee within three months from the date of settlement. When the socoud course is pursued tbo on- tryman must go upon the land and establish his actual residence thereon within six months from date of his making entry at the district land ofllco. In either case tbo party's right to tbo land on being perfected would relate back to the date of the initiation of the right , wnothor by actual settlement on the land or by entry nt the district land ofllco. In case of two parties Initiating a claim on the name day by either method , the one who is ilrst In tlmo Is tirst in right , and In deciding such a case 'a difference of hours' bctwoon the parties In doing tha first act upon which the right de pends would bo considered. Settlement on the land give a homestead party a right thereto which will not bo defeated bv the subsequent entry of the land at thu district oftlco by another partv who Is not an actual Bottler. On the ether bund , nn entry at the district land ofllco by nn Intending settler will gives aright which cannot bo defeated by u settlement subsequent In tlmo to nucti entry , provided the untryman himself becomes - comes an actual resident on the land within the tl-no allowed therefor from the date of his formal entry. "It IH considered inevitable that there shall be disputes as to the facts on which priority of rights dopondi , nnd oven that there shall bo simultaneous applications for acquiring such rights , but the established principles of the homestead laws will proba bly bo adhered to by congress In providing for the disposal of those lands ; and conflict ing claims bo decided ns usual according to tbo law and facts appearing therein. Vorv respectfully , THOMAS II. OAIITKH , "Commissioner , " I'miHioiiH , WASHINGTON' , D. C. , Fob.24. ( Special Tolo. gram to Tun BEB.J The following list of pensions granted Is reported by Tim BRU and Kxamlner Bureau of Claims : Nebraska : Original Couras Schmidt , Hufus Coolioy , Edward Asher , Durwln , Howards , Stephen Sleeper , Edward M. Hob. Insou , Charles E. Ashlov , Henry \V. Has a , Eliza Wiley , Noah Baxter , McLaiu P. Ull. son. Additional Harrison Mount , Solon W. Damon , Original widowi , etc. Louisa J , Cullison , Margaret Oliver , Coru Beatty , Carrie E. Gibbs , Sarah A Vincent. Iowa' Oilplnal Nelson Gilbert , David H. Simpson , William T. Towusoiid , William Sills , Jacob F. Weaver , Edward Gorman , Henry Newport , Gideon L. Scober , Uriah S. Scott , Lewis S. Shepord , William H. H. Whitehall , James H. Lamson , Additional- Joseph C. Shields , Edmond Sealls. Increase John W. Woodward , IsaacJono * . Honewal Joshua L. Wilkinson. Uotssuo Froeland G. Tubbs , Nuwton L. Culhouu. Original widows , etc. Ellen J , Nlcbols , mother ; Sarah Lawson , Eve Walker , mother ; Alien 1) ) . Tift , father ; Isabella Moucriof , Mary M , Miller. South Dakota ? Original Francis A , Wallar , Charles W. Pawling , William C , Marsh. Benjamin D. Fish , Oscar F. GlfTord , D. Polly , John Murray , Fernanda C. Hum phries. IT MAY COST HIM HIS LIFE August Carlson Collided With Lincoln Toughs and Got Hurt. THROWN BODILY OUT OF A DIVE After Itriiinlnliiiat tlio I'nllcn Station Alt Night tlio Victim U IMftcntrrnl to Ho In n Dangerous Condition OdiU mitt iml : , LINCOLNNob. . . Fob. 24. fSpoclnl Tele gram to TUB BiB.--Augu'stCarlson ] , a young man about 2. " ) living in the southwestern portion tion of the city , Is lying In a colt at police station a very short distance from death's door. About 1 o'clock last night Carlson , who had boon drinking rather heavily , got Into n diniculty with Prank M. Frazlor , who passes us the husband and bouncer of the Dora i'Vazlor house at 73J L. street. Carlson and several friends had boon In the Frazier dive and Incurred the displeasure of C. S. Kaymond and Mike McCann , two haukmon , who , when tbo row bctwoon the Swede ana Fraztor began , helped out the dlvokoopor. The witnesses any-thai McCann did not do any slugging , but IlJymond got In several blows xvith n choir whllo Fruzior used two beer bottles with effect. Carlson's bond was cut In ttaoa places , nnd after l-o lost consciousness ho was thrown out of the dtvo. His friends picked him up and hunted around for n doctor , finally landing at the police station with him. Several physicians wore summoned , but his condition \vixs not thought to bo serious until this morning , when four doctors were called In consultation. The man has lain In a stucor since 1 o'clock this morning , and Is very weuk from loss of blooJ. Tlio doctors , however - over , expect to pull him through all right , Tno throe assailants were arrested early this morning , but the case was continued until 4 o'clock , when It was called , but the Injured man was still unable to nppo.it , and the trial was postponea until tomorrow morning nt 0 o'clock. Carisocwas | taken to bettor quarters. Sued for MlH'l. Judge Tlbbotts this morning began the hearing of the fTi,000 libel case brought by Basils S. Llttlotlold against the Call Pub lishing company. Littlollold alleges in his petition that the Call on August 'JO. 1800 , published u , communication in which it was set forth that Lutiollold was pretending to run a paper under the auspices of the Lin coln Central Trades and Labor union , but without any authority from that body ; that as a matter of fact ho was In the pay of the railroads and the business men's association , which was endeavoring to defeat the prohib itory amendment , and that no was expelled from the Knights of Labor after n duo trial. Tbo , Call alleges In its renly that It denies tho'facts were false nnd untrue , and that Its publication did not bring plaintiff Into the public scandal , disgrace and disrepute he claims ; that they published the communica tion handed in by one F. L. Loigbton , in whom they had full coaildenco ns to truth and veracity ; that the publication was made in good faith nnd without malice. The case was originally sot for hearing before Judge Hall , but the plaintiff iilod an aftldavlt In which bo set forth that bo could not got a fair and Impartial trial before Judge Hall because of his. personal bias and prejudice. The morning session was con sumed in empannolinga jury. Supreme Court. Morrissey vs Broomol and McCormick vs Omaha , argued and submitted. Work vs Brown , submitted on motion. Court ad journed to Tuesday , March , at 0 o'clock a. m. , when the causes from the Seventh dis trict , comprising Saline , Fillmore , Thayor. Nuckolls und Clay counties will bo called. The followlngdecisions were handed down : First National bank vs Security National bank of Sioux City , error from Douglas county , reversed and remanded ; Anglo American con-panv vs Evans , qrror from Douglas county ; affirmed ; Cole vs O'Brien ' , error from Dawson county , reversed and re manded ; opinion by Mr. Justice Norval ; Stone vs Neoly , error from Buffalo county , petitioned dismissed ; Elliott vs. state , error from Cheyenne , reversed and remanded ; Micnolson'vs Hyde , appeal from Wasnlng- ton county , afllrmed ; Mace vs Heath , appeal from Douglas county , affirmed. AVlll Inspect by Districts. Oil Inspector Heimrod has divided the state into tlvo districts for the purpose of systematizing the work in his department. The ilrst district will include Douglas , Sarpy and Ca s counties and will bo in charge of Deputies White and Forbes. The second district embraces Lancaster , Seward and Saline counties with Deputy Kittle in charge. Tno third district is composed of Otoo and the southwestern counties under the supervision of Deputy Dovinney. Tbo fourth district is made up of Platte nnd ' other northeastern countlos.'whilo the fifth embraces all the western and northwestern counties. Inspector Davis will have control of the latter two districts. ( iossiji at thu Stilto House. S. P. Mnblov , one of the World's fair com missioners , called at the state house today and loft with his official bead still upon his shoulders. Fred Uaco was this afternoon appointed accountant at the penitentiary. Mr. li.ico is a young democrat of considerable promi nence. Articles of incorporation of the Lincoln Land and Improvement company were iilod this afternoon. It is backed by strong capi tnlists of Lincoln and has a capital of flOO- , 000. Odds unit inds. : Tom Carr , who came out of the recent brawl in his saloon badly disfigured , will re cover ; but his physician states that ho will lose the sight of o'no ovo. The will of Dork W. Elbers was admitted to probate by Judge Lansing today. The widow Wilholinlna is appointed executrix. Elbors reMued In Buda precinct. Aoner Munk makes application to tno pro bate court to bo appointed administrator el tbo estate of Jacob Fottorloy , late of Ben nett. Tbo value of the estate is llxcil at 'S703.Too Too Republican club of the Seventh ware will hold a meeting at Byrum's store on North Twenty-seventh street Thursday eve ning , February 23at 7 : IJU o'clock sharp. Bubl- ii03 < of importance to republicans to bo dls cussed and transacted. All republicans are requested to bo present. The will of Lewis Baker , late of Snltlllo , was iilod for probate this morning. The de ceased left an estate valued at $ . " > , OOU to his wife during her lifetime , and at her death it is to bo divided between his four children , wilh a poclal reservation ot a team to his son Adam. IN EMBHYO. Iili-ii for tlio I'nlillc Library Which Archi tects Must Develop , The public library authorities have pre pared a rough sketch which they call "Infor mation fur Architects , " which embodies their "idea" of what ibo now building shall bo. This Idea the architects will bo asked to elaborate , nnd only tlio accepted plan will bo paid for. The sketch contemplates drawings on a scale of one-eighth Inch to the foot , without color , et a brick building 130x1)5 ) fuot and three stories high , complete at to plumb ing , heating , ventilation , etc. , und to cost about $30,000. The basement Is to providrvspaco for stor age of oooUs , etc. , ana beating space. The ilrst tloor has a vestibule SOxiiO foot , In which are the stairway und elevator , und en tered from liarnoy street. Opening lute the vestibule on each side are the two library rooms to contalr. the book cubes , and m tbo roar of the vestibule U the office. The second floor Is precisely the name as ATARRH I To' Over Two Years IN I my little girls life waa made miserable by u case of 'Catarrh. Tlio discharge from the nose was Inrgo , con stant anil very offensive. Her eyea be- rame inllumcU , the lids swollen anil vuiy painful. Aflcr trying various remedies , I gave her S. 8. 8. Tlio first bottle seemed to aggravate the disease , but the symptoms BOOH abated , and iu u short time she was cured. Dr. L. B. 1UTC11EY , MACKKY , IND. ho first In i-nrrnnRonltfot. One of the largo room1 * will bo tuoJ fot'.HVcailine room. The use of the other two htiSjnot jct'bocn decided upon , . Tno third floor has five1 rooms besides the space corresponding U > ( ( ho vestibule. The hroo roar rooms , which , ore en suite , ere to bo lighted only from the roof and whl bo oc cupied ns an nrt trallcry. The remaining rooms mny bo uieu JrsiJclats rooms or for other purposes. t Our Hotter , llliUo * Sny .hoy cnulil not keep house wltliout Chnm borlntn's Cough Uouiqily. ospcclallv for the ihlldron. In n cnso n'fow ' weeks since nt the lomo of n neighbor thnnttondlnR physician ind glvon up a case of.yvhat ho called dropsy. Vlotbor happening In/lold the parents that n nor tnlnu It was rl ch ti of IUIIK favor and aclvlsoil the use of this coimh syrup , which .hoy did , Ko3U.lt , , the cblld is well nnd the laronts happy. ( Jhamocrlaln's tnpjlclnps ire used In more than half the homes In Loods. Sims Bror , TjOotts , In. TliU omedy is notintendoa for Inns fever , but 'or colds , lit grippe , croup nnd whooping cough. It will loosen a cold , relieve .the ungs nnd prevent the cold from resulting n lunp fever. GO cent nna 51.OJ bottles for sale by druggists. Dr , Blrnoy.uosoand tnront. Ban bldff FOR HOME USE. _ _ CatnloRiin of thn Homo Iiiililitrlpi to tto ni tilbiitril to Iti-ililfiiM. The oftlclal catalogue of the Manufaoturors nnd Consumers association Is out and the work of dtstrloutlng it In Omaha will bo commenced today. A half dozen or more adlcs will bo employed by the association nnd oich assigned to a cortaln district In the city. They will cull ut each house and leave a copy of the catalogue nnd at the same tlmo request the lady of the house to sign her inmo to the roll of general membership in .ho association. Tliero is no expense nt- tnchod to the general membership nnd the signers only obligate themselves to buy Ne braska made goods , prices nnd duality being equal. It is proposed to keep those rolls of general membership on ( lie at the ofllco of the asso ciation whuro they can bo seen by parties do- strinij to enter into some line of manufactur ing in the stato.t > has boon suggested that the slgnnturos of a large number of people agreeing to use goods of Nebraska manufacture would bo u greater Inducement tn a manufacturer looking fora location than nnv ordinary bonus of lanil or money. The object of the catalogue U set forth on thn first p.igo as follows : When consumers worn requested to glvo the lirofuioncu to goods ot Nubr.iska nmmif.ic- uiio the Ilrst oucstlon asicod was , "How art ) wo to know what goods aru 11 mufactiirod In Nohr.iska'r" The object of this book la to an swer this question by Miipplyliu tbo con-minor with acliisslllo.l list of Nebraska goo ( Is. Then comes u oriof history of the associa tion together with the articles of organiza tion. This Is followed by a list of the mem bers of the association. Opposite each name Is the number of the page on which Is given the full line of coeds manufactured by the individual or llrm. The book ends with u complete list of all the goods made by members of the associa tion arranged in alphabetical order. With the aid of this catalogue a housekeeper can very q Jiekly ascertain what goods are made iu the state , also by what llrms and where such lirms tire located ! ' Mrs. Wtnslow's Soothing Syrup for chil dren teething rests tUochild and comforts the mother , ' 'oc a bottle : A disease , treated as buch nnd permanently - nontly cured. No i/ubjicity. / No infirm ary. Homo troatmoht. Harmless and effectual. Rufor by p&nnission to Bur lington Hnwkoyo. * Send 2c stamp for pamphlet. Sholcoquon Chemical Co. , Burlington , In. ij , Special Woulltur Itiillctlii. It U announced than oJuyclono is to striito this city on the ovonlnjj.of Friday , March 4 , and that the center of the storm will bo most potccptibly felt at ornfqr the Grand opera house , while the entire city will bo more or loss affected. Fortunately , the predicted tornado is not one of the disastrous kind , but on the contrary , it is of the most wholesome sort , as the storm purlllos the atmosphere , clears nwny any style of "oluos" and enlivens nil human nature especially persons on the Interior ot tbo opera house , between the hours of 7:31) : ) nnd 10 o'clock on that evening. ThU same cvclono has struck many other cities throughout the country during the prosenu season , acd is generally spoken of as the -'Bill Nye and Burbank 'cyclone" and torrent of wit and humor. Tno nearer you wish tu bi > to the point of attack , the sooner you should reserve your seats , now on sale for the third annual Press clubbanotit , which occurs on the date above mentioned. Gessler's Magic Headache Wafers cares all headaches in SO minutes. At all druggists. rrohlliltlonUtt WakingUp. . About one dozen prohibitionists mot at the Young Mori's Christian association building yesterday afternoon to discuss the question of cotting into the caippaign the coming sum mer. Mr. J. Phipps Roe was made chair man of the mooting. After half an hour of talk about the need of organbation , the meet ing decided to appoint n committee to work up a show of life in tbo ranks of the prohi bitionists hereabouts and then call n mooting fo" the purpose of org.inlziii ! : . F. W. Marsh. G. M. Ilaskoll und W. S. Gaff were op- pointed on this committee. A KT M ID J n fff DI B ' m U * 1 K usnd according io DlRECTIDNS witrt eac , SWELLINGS THE CHARLES A. VOQELER CO. , Baltimore , Md. A HomoTroattiiont. R6sy cheeks , strong bodies are the from the use of tliutu Inhnitublo pro. ductinf'niiturt ) SPECIFIC OXYGEN Coats Four CcntH a Day. Is your life youruirUtcince. c Otffeii In 8turiil ull llfo. You Inlmle iliu vr inn , ncirMiti.ilt'i lailen vnpor. l.Uu mudultivunni.iiuo'Juk.'MnnU invlKurniea. hwoet > DIM' in it iiietltu ] u Jinn i-natiirully. 'lhHi ( : irnl * lilusiltM wciu'lof worklnu power. Hhtitluru I rmtuiii , from K > tllrlipo | , happily reKloroil , \\iinilertiilfouturu fur ( ViWni-uur ' 'spruy Dulb , " ' Bpcclllo Ozruun [ lOiltlxql ) ' curoi OM'AHHFI , llruncbllls , A tliiJU. 1 > * > ( irlppe , Coniumptlon , llouitocbu ( tick < ir nurruuarj Draiiupiaa , .Ncrruus 1'runtrallnn. uOl'T KMIN KN r pli ; lcluni la fib * rue of Onmlm oniooi. Uxyk.cn MniuiHl fruo. I nl'flatlont ' free at uttlro. Call or write today ; bo/nurprlioil-ploasoil / THU ai'Kuiwc OXVOKN co , , 5IO beoly lllilit. cor llt'j an 1 Howard ulrjeti , Onmliii , .Vutirnika. Main licadiuartu | iinrt I.aburutarluii , Nushvlllo , r JURE , , YOURSELF ! , j Aslc your Druggist for a bottle of llli ! U. 1 he only W nan poitonuui remedy for all I i the unnatural discharges and I prlnte dlncr-fccs of wen und tha j debilitating ueakncss peculiar I to omi'ii. It rurec in a few Idars without tliu nl > l or . publicity of a doctor. \Tla I'nntrittl American Curt. Manufactured by [ bJhoEvasj Chemical ( K' CINCINNATI , O. U. 0. A. The champion liar has seen the first robin. The small boy has been seen playing marbles "for keeps" in the middle of the road. Several dudes have been seen without their eyeglasses. February is almost gone. March , blowy , blus tery March , with its weather put-up in assort ed packages , is almost here. Spring is near at hand. As a woman's thoughts first turn to an Easter bonne.t when she thinks of spring , so does a man's mind wander toward a new spring overcoat. As you read the words at the head of this ad , didn't your memory , run back to the shabby old coat you hung away last fall ? Didn't you wish you had a new onelf you take the trouble to look in our show window this week , or better still , visit our "Overcoatery"on second floor , you'll make up your mind to have a new one right away. The price , not the salesman , will convince you. Our entire new line for lS92will be placed on sale this present week. They come in Box coats , Top coats and common every day Spring Overcoats ; in Cassimere , Cheviots , Tweeds , Kerseys , Meltons , Homespun , Diago nals ; in black , brown , blue , tan , wood brown , Havana , tobacco , snuff ( sneezy color to sell ) , gray , slate , drab and several "handsome mix tures ; for tall men , short men , wide men , thin men for you. Cut an "X" in two , that makes a "V. " That tells the story on ft Handsome Melton at $5.90. All fen all wool Diagonal at $6.75. the in newest ft Wood Brown Tweed at $7.50. shades and colors. An EHeganf Kersey at $9.00. To Save Buy Overcoats This Week. Our catalogue---sent by mail -if you spend a cent to mill u s postal card to have it sent. Wlicn It accompanies a recent cold : Takr equal parts each uf tincture of blood-root , syiup ot ipecac anil squills , llnciuru of Dtil-nin of lolu , and p < irci < oiic , anil take of the compound half u teasnooiiful whenever the coiish 1 < severe. From "Knuw Tlitiscif , " L > it. JMt * < i licit * ' tllui- trated ni.w liootsoj iwnayes , ulnch utll be sent Tree tu any addrcia vn rcciipt of 4 cents to j > ay pmtnge. The book contains thousands of Items of In formation of even greater Importance than tlio above , not tlio least of which Is thu method of determining whoa one U aflllcled ulth any form of Nervous , Chronic or Private Diseases \Vltu rules for guarding against tliolr attacks. And , better than nil this , it affords conclusive and abundant proof ot ilio reat ability , the wonderful skill , tlio remarkable aclcncoaud the valuable expeiiouco of DRS. BETTS & BETTS Tlio mott piftod specialists In Amcilcaln tbo careful treatment .nul aiicccssful cure of Conciliation free. Call upon , or addrrs'i nltli stump , If 119 South 14th St. . N. K , CurncrHth nnd Douglas Sts. Omaha , ITefr , _ NEBRASKA t National Bank. U. S. DEPOSITORY , . . OMAHA , NE3 Cnpltul . 7TTT. . $100 , 1)1)3 ) ) Surplus . ( JO , 50 J OUIcorsnnrl Director ! llonry Vf. Vntai , yrmhlun' : U ( i , CiMlilnif. iltia prjililunt. 1X8 Miturlca W. V Moriu , John t ) . Collins , J , .V , 11. Patrick. I.owll d. lleed , Caahlur , TMIil IRON BA-NK , Corner 12th and Farnaii St . Dr , BAILEY r The Loading I u Dentist Third KlosP.xxton , Hloo'c. elClioili)8' | ) ! ) > . KUli mil Rir.U'ti Sbi. A full ret of teeth on rubber for (5 I'arfOJtnt Tiiulli nllhout plntx or rumornblu brllita < * Qrt , jutltbo tblni for tln on or putillu npuaidi-j , mttt drup'louii. TEETH EXTRACTEO WITHOUT PAIN , All tilling ) at rotsunablu ratal , all wu Cut thU out fur a nulilu. INSTANT t I.I EF. t'mticure mWu > . " "I untur r turu . tie I lukVtpurgo.uoulte no > uppr > ilury bui- ftfrurufilli rn J liupl * rem uy Kr v byad- J' AMUSEMENTS. New r A SOCIAL The at re , I. EVENT. i-ovcntcenth ana liarnoy StreuU. Thursday , Frid\v and Saturdav , Feb. 25 , 2U and 27 Saturday Matinee. MR. AND MHS. SIDNEY DREW And their own superb organization In their Now Vork buccC33 THAT GIRL FROM MEXICO Preceded by Sidney Orundy'a CharmliiR Play , in onoaut , IN HONOR BOUND. Palo ouens Wednesday inornlns at rojular prices. Farnsim St. Theater POPUfcAll I'HIOKS 3 Nights Coramenohig Thursday , Feb. 25th Matinee Saturday. Oth SuceessfulSjasDi of Fisher's Musical Comady , A COLD DAY. e Great Dancer , CARLOTTA. New I A wnnic Theater OK FUN. Hcvontoonth and I fa rnoy streets. WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY , FEB. 28. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. The World Kenowncd HHfiLON BROTHERS Grand Fairy Spectacular F ANT ASM A NEW TRICKS ! NEW SPECIALTIES ! NEW MUSIC ! NEW SGENERYI A piny to nlo.iso thu ladles and children. Ilex sheets open Saturday mnrniiiK nt regular urlccs. The National Ijlvln : . Moving , Siieakln ? , .Slnxln ; , Dinolnt ; ComUInlni ; thu Oram.i , Opor.i anil T.ibiu itiv. 1'OK THE Woman's Christian Association. The dnvelopment of the United States of America represented In 11 Qruat Ills- ' tur'c.U Tiibloatix ! Tu bo liuld In tlio GRAND OPERAHOTJSB , OMAHA I'ltll. tilth anil 'ittli , IHU't. I'rlocs Heaorvod Hent > , f 1 nnd 7'ic. .Mntlnoo Kub , 27 nt ' . ' | > m lloxirvail HenU , 75o ami Me , OJJnrtUtil Hrllllant cnuftil r lcum | lUlitnl Mimic , Alburt'H I'lillliarmanlo Onruhaitri. I'or- formiiiKOoauiuiuncesnt 7.45 p. iiicl c * nt IOiO ; : I DI5.N MUSE Li. Weuk of Tub. 3 ? . TheR ooster Orchestra Jlt . \ lOc Admits to/ll lOo "LADIES' PERFECT" SYRINGE Tlieonly perfect Vnuliml uml llevtal Hyrln.'o lu till ) world h Ilia only pyrInK * ever Inronteit by wlilcli v.i Klnal Injection > cnri ho nitmlnlstered wltliout Icakliisundnolllnir thu clutlilntfor nuce-iltat' IHK tliuiuuof ntoitol , nnvl wlilcli run al < oba iisua for rectul Injoct- loni or Irrigation. U will tlioroiiKhly clunn tlio neck of Ilia womb unit entire vuiilnn , by CMUilclBljr dlitt'iidliu tburnxlnnl fold > , nnd drawing all dlschnriiuj out wltll the fluid Into the bulb. Price $3. IB AUJB & I'KNI'OU ) CO. , 15111 St. , next to 1 * . U. Unuilm. Noli. HANOAI.WUOI ) ( AI'riULiBx urn tlio OUCUTA bull ami onlr c ( iiului [ > re rlliu4 Itf roiiuhr iili lduiu fur thu curd of , .ounrlioj nnd laclmrtiu * frau lu-j urlimrr orrfuni ; uHCirJtCa e luSduir * . fl.ij per box. FOUND AT LAST After Yoirs of Unsuooassful Sa.-irch for n Cure , Martin Anderson Gets Itollof from the Chlii9S9 Dootor A Volunttry Taatl monlnl. OMAHA , Nub. . .Ian. 18 , 1892. To whom It Mnv Concern : This is to oortllv that I hnvo boon u constant sulToror for ninny yours with catarrh , asthma ami bronchial nIToo- lions of the throat , and tried all the Datont niodiclnos ami remedies I over lionrd of , but with no success. I ticatcd with doctors In various parts of the country , but none of thorn could tlo mo any good further than giving mo short temporary rollof. I snltorod ulu'htuiul day. and continued to grow worse not withstanding all the mcdicino I had tuhon. I had almost glvon up my case as hopeless when 1 was informed by n friend of Dr. C. Goo \Vo , the Chinese doctor , and advised to go and see him in the tiopo of gottitig relict at least , if not a permanent euro for my trouble. I waa slow in making up my mind to iniiko such n radical change in my troiUmont , ns I know a trial with the Chlnoso doc tor would bring mo , but I llnally con cluded to glvo him a trial , so I cnllotl nt his office with that intention. I lound the doctor a clover , entertaining gentle man , thoroughly posted on my condi tion , and It took only a vary short tlmo to convince mo that ho was the parly I was so long in search of. Ho told mo my cnso was curable , and that ho could cure mo , nnd prepared mo a special treatment to suit my condition , and in two weeks I was to much hotter that I had the fullest confidence In the doctor's ability nnd committed my case to his treatment. I continued tn grow batter rapidly and am now entirely well. I owe my euro to Dr. C Goo Wo , and am not ashamed to admit It. I ail visa all who want relief from their troubles to call on Dr. C. Oeo Wo. and they will bo cured. For all particulars apply or write to MARTIN- . ANDKKSON. 8121 Ctimlng St. , Omaha , Nob. I U. C. GI3K WO , Regular crndimto of Ohlnoso inodfnlno. olcht yours'study , tun yo.irs' practice. Troa'.s suc cessfully all disease * known to siitfc'rlns hu manity. Hoots , plants and herbs nature's remedies his medleltioH the world his witness ; l.ojl ) tos- tltuonlala. O.ill and see him , Consultation free , lias also constantly on hand remedies for the following diseases roadv prepared : Asthma. Uutarrh , Ithoiiiiintlsm , Indigestion , Lost Manhood. Female-Woakness. Hick llo.ul- achc , lllood 1'nrlllnr. and Kldn y and Liver. Price , one dollar per bottle or six for tlvo del lars. Those who cannot cull , onclosu 2-eont stamp fur question list and full particulars , utlico , Cor. 10 than ! California St3. , Om ah " Sore Throat Lameness Sore Ey < Sorenj Cat Br Bi Cul Piles Female Complaints Rheumatism AND ALL Inflammation . 6dd only In our own bot'lej. ' All druggists. POND'S EXTRACT CO.JGSth Ave.N.Y. DR. J. E Mc&REW THE SPECIALIST , IH misnrimssod In the trntmont of all eases of PRIVATE DISEASES , and all UInorJoM and debilities of youth and iii.inhood. 17years' experience. Ills lesourco-i and fiiullmui nrci jir.ictlu illy unlimited. The Donor ! IH recom mended by thu iiruxs , and uiidorted In the otroiutistlenimby tlio poop u for fair trcml- mmit mid hoiii'Bt profeaiiloiial advli-u. Tlio most powerful rummllos known to urn lorn Hciuncu for the successful Iruatmont of tlio foilowlnicdUoaHea : GONORRHOEA Immediate rollof , A com plete euro without the losj of an hour's time from biialuext. GLEET One of thu most coniplnto und nuo- eubiul truutmunts fur clout and all unnoyliiK ( IlKc'linrJua yet known to tlio meclli-.it profes sion. The rosulw uro truly wondnrfiil. Thu most tttulJljorn aiidchronli ) UIHIU whuro the dlsuhar o had existed for years , untlruly con trolled Inarernarkiilily short time. STKICTURE-Orcalost known remedy for the treatment ot Htrlotiiru , without p'lln , nit- tliu , or dilating. A moitreiiiarkahlu rumudy. SYPHILIS No Iruatmont for Him terrible blood dUa.imi Iiusovor been more mimmfnl , or had stronger uudorsuimmt * . In the llnlit of moJern Buiunco tliU dlsunsii U positively curable and every trace of the poison ontlrely lumovoilfroni tliu Dlood. i'liti uuru Is complotu and nermannnt. IiOSl' MANHOOD , and ambition , nervous- iioss , timidity , despoil liwsy mid all blUhtliu ulTuctH of early vleu. Hullof obtiilnud at unca The woalcrow ( strong. unU the despondent become - come cheerful unO h.ipi-y. SKIN DISEASES , mil nil dUoaMe of llio blood , liver , kldnoyu undb ladder uru tmatiid with IhoKro.ttoatkiiownioincdlo-i Write fnrcliTiilurband cuiosHon lint free. DISEASES OF THE STOMACH Dr. MeUrow's triiatment fur disorders of thu stomueli , lias tliu uiiU.illllud | eiidorsemunt ot th too who huvo beun euiiid. I/'IIHI" ! that had Milfurod for ye't and unable to WOHK or I.AT without IneroiiHliu tliitlr mlsnry. entirely cured , Tlio ruruedlus are plnaiiant and paU atalilii to tlio iiiont dulluatoHtouiaeh. Itth and Kariniin Hts. , Uuiulm , Mob. Kntr.uico uu either utreut.