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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEjjj'KlDA.y ' , SEPTEMBER 30 , . 1892.
BOLD LINCOLN HlCilWAYMES u < llotorman on the Western Normal Oollega Line Nightly Attacked. fRED f.lCKETT'S DESPERATE FIGHT too Snrceeil * In flcslulnc Two Men Who Wern Determined to Hollevo Him ol III * Valtmblct-Other Mn * cola JSnws Notei. LJXCOIANob. . , Sept. 2 < J.-Speclal [ to TUB UEE. ] Ttift burglars and sneak thieves who nfosted the city during lha healed term scorn to have changed tholr calling nnd taken to the tnoro hazardous nnd irenerftlly moro lu crative profession of highway roblfcry. Several Instances ot highway robbery have boon reported from Lincoln to THE Den Within the past few woelu , and another case wai reported to Iho oollco last night. Fred Klckotts , u molorman In charge of a car on the Western Normal college line , was at tacked by two mon late lust night at a lonely pot on the line whoa there were ho pwson- jtors on the car. The company orovldcs but ono man on the ub'irb.tn car and this fact explains the ab- jenco of a conductor. The mem spring on Jho ear and at once made n dosperuto assault Upon IticKctls. On grabbc'd his xvatch chain whllu the ether tried to choke him Into sub mission. Ulckotts grabbed Us watch with ono hand and transferred It to his trousers' pocket , tud then picked up a light Iron rod \vlth wh.ch ho turns the switch points and commenced to vound ono of his assailants over the head. IJoth raon soon cot enough of the contest and sprang from Iho car. Ono was badly hurt and w.is found at Down- ing's foundry , where nssislunco was tele phoned for. The pollco at once started for the foundry for Ihelr man , but before they could arrive there ho hud recovered sufll- clemly to getaway. ltri'uvirnil thn Hotly Toil y. The scnrch for the body of llttlo Chris Olsoson was continued until a lale hour last hlght without success. It was resumed early this morning and ut 10 o'clock Oftlcers O'Stioe anil Magulro succeeded In tlndtnR It. It had lodged in a pleco of still water about fifteen feet from the point where the acci dent ocvurrcd. The watar nt the place thu lltllo fellow was drowned was fifteen feet fioop. It wa learned today that a young man namoJ Nicholas Gnoudon witnessed the accident at thotimo tbo boy foil from the wagon wheel Into tbo water. Ho at ooco tan to the walcr's edge , dlvaited himself of n portion of his clothing nno. swam to the boy's assistance. Ho succeeded In reaching him bpfnro no had sank for the last tlmo and grasping him by tno arm blarlcd lo swim for the shore. The current was too swift for him , however , and he found that ho was platting. Ho was compelled to drop the boy Ecd save himself. The coroner will hold an Inquest tomorrow. .Minloiin Amende Honorable. Yesterday Uotectlvo Pound Drought to this city a well dressed young man named ti. D. Fcnner , whom ho had arrested at O'Neill on a warrant sworn out by Frank Morrissey , a citizen of Davoy , In this county. Jtlorrisspy charged Fcnner with Iho larceuy as baileo'ot $77.50. After Fennor had been arrested und brought back to Lincoln Mor rissey suddenly discovered that the accu- allen was falso. Ilo therefore had the case dismissed at his own cost. Ho also signed a paper to the effect that he had been mis taken and that ho wished to state to tbo public that Ihe charge was made under a jnlsapprehcnslon of fucu. Ha onlirely ox- pnerated Fencer nnd agreed lo publish the retraction In the dally paparj. Guilty ot AsMiuilt. Every criminal arraigned at the bar of jus- tlco at Ibo present torni of the district court ' has been fo'und guilty. James Palin. whose trial for an attempted assault on the person of "tho 0-year-old daughter ot Mr. Shaffer in this clly. found lhat tno Jury made no excep tion in tiU case. Tbe assault upon the little girl was niurio at Palin's carpenter shop , at the corner of Eighth and P streets , last July. Ho outlced Ibo Halo girl.Into his bop and there assaulted her. Tbe lltllc elrl's screams attracted the intention of sev eral men nnd tnoy detected Palin in the act. Ho was arraigned and the case given to Ihe Jury. Tno verdict was rendered soon nftoi and the prisoner was convicted. The pan- sky is imcrisonmontin the penlteullary fron two lo twenty years * . Palin Is a marrlec Wan with several children. ' Another Crluiln.il Trial. Tbo trial of Fred Hcrdllcn , accused o hooting with intent to wound , is on tria Kofcro tbo district court today. Herdllon ha long been subject lo tils of anger , and las April be went on a prolonged sprco. Afto he baa soborca up sufllciontly lo bo ugly hi went homo and locked his wife In ihe collar He kept her there all day and night ant until the evening of next day , when she mad her escape. Ho nave chase , and while pur euing her around the house a nelgnbonnj woman named Mrs. Luckhardt called upoi him lo siop. Ho at once flow Into n passioi of ragu and wont Into the house alter a gun Coming out he nt once opened tire ucou Mrs Lucktitmtt nud * another woman named Mn Fred Miller. Both of tbo women wer wounded by the shot which bad been flroi at them , and a baby carried In the arms o Mrs. Luclchardt was also hurt , Herdlte was overpowered by Fred Miller after dcspetata struggle. [ Iciril ; In tlin Court lloonm. Hose Funko has appealed to thn dlstrlc court from Iho award ot thn Hook Island n [ praners. Who was awarded $3,500 fa eighteen and one-half ucres. Mury King today received a divorce Iroi her husband , inclualug Iho custody of at children. The hearing of the Cagnoy will conies which given promlso of much Interest , ho been postponed until November 10. W. P. Willis & Co. today began su against Horlmnu & Co. for I77S.03 f-jr good sold and delivered. llenjumln Greevo today was awarded divorce , his wife neglecting to appear an roako a contest. Mar.da J. Eppj was also made happy by dlvorca from her husband.whom shn charge with cruelly and failure to support. Lizzie P. Davenport appeals to tbo dlstrii court to settle her title to u lot In Cum be Und heights which sbo bought of C. A \ Jones. She afterwards discovered that Joni had neglected lo sign the deed. lie refuse to do so when his ullonllon was called to Ib uiauer uuless she paid him I10J additional. Lincoln lu llrlef. The Hock Island people today purchase another lot adjoining the ground atreaii purchased for ihe now passenger depot i the corner ol Twentieth and O streets , pa tng therefor the sum of $1,500. ' Chairmen Uoges and Uroady , roprosontlc the republican and democratic congresalon central committees respocllvely , have agmt to another Joint discussion between Juds Field and Congressman Hryan , lo lake plai in Ibis clly at a date to bo announced late The caiu against William Snyder , charge with tbo violation of iho health ordiuanc nas been continued until tomorrow. A largo number of Lincoln ropubllcai took the Missouri Paciflo tram this foreno < _ foe Weeping Water to listen to the joint di bate between Field and Bryan. It has been decided to have Governor Fc akerof Ohlospoak at tbo M street par wbera the production of "The Last DAYS Pompeii" was given. The grand stand w comfortably seat 10,000 people and it Within a few blocks of the buslne portion of tbo city. The park w bo made as light as day by twenty are llgb suspended over the seats. All marcali clubs from a uUtunca will bo furnished wi reserved seats In advance and everytbl ooce tout u ucceuary to sea that they f the seats assigned to them. Tbo people llvinjronP street from EU eoth to Thirteenth have flleda remonsiran with tbo uxclie board aeanut the grant ! of a licoasu lo P. J. Kennedy , who desires i ell liquor In the Stuart building at 1117 treat. , ' I'rumunt Nrvit Notr * . FitcuosT , Nob. , Sopt. 29. [ Special to T Ben. ] Ernest Schurman , president of t Commercial National bonk , and his w celebrated the twouly-tUtu anniversary their marriage at tbelr resilience In this c thU evening. Among inose present were brother Uobart and bis son from Pektn. til. Judge W O. Ghost of Denver Is visiting the family of Hon. W. II. Muncor and others In this city. T. It Churchill and Mist Birdie Weston , who has been general delivery clerk at the post on ! co for so long , were married this evening at the residence ot the bride's parents , by HOT. W. H. Buss. Hov. J. C. Qulnn , D. D. , nnd wlfo left to day for their now homo In Mason City , la. The harvest excursion trains that cnmo In vcitcrday over the Union Pacifio and Elk- born roads , came In two sections , nnd were crowded with passengers to sco the beauti ful , productive fields of Nebraska. It was lound nccotsary to add extra coaches to the trains before leaving this city. TOOK ultimas nto.n Tin : i.onu. Wliy * n Syracuse Minister Kcfiuod to lln Dismissed. Srnicuss , Nob. , SepU'-'O. [ SpocUl to TUB BnE.J For two or three months a church row bas been brewing In the Congregational church ot this placo. About the Suth ot last March Hev. T. W. Spanswich , a traveling evangelist , was called to tbo position of shepherd of Iho flock nt this place , to toke effect April 1. HU work here as an ovangol- llst previous to that tlmo had apparently done much good , seventeen additions being made lo the church In about three weeks. About June 1 it begun to lo.ik out that the rovcrend goutlcnion W s a llttlo too free In his language with certain sisters of the church , and even his conversation with the townsmen was characterized us unbecoming n preacher. The talk became so loud that a church meeting was called August 3 to consider his dismissal. Ills Irlonil.s rallied to his support. on this occasion , and scoured thocounlry far and near In bis behalf , but It was of no" avail , and bo was ruitularly dismissed , notwithstanding the fact that In the roll call of the church he voted for himself lo remain. At this point bo Insisted that the Lord bad cillcd him to the territory , and that ho should lo.ivo only on un order from Iho same authority. At this slago of lha gumo Uiv. Mr. Bross of Lincoln state superintendent , appeared on the field of notion and was Invited to attend a prlvato Inves tigation at ibc residence of ono of the church mombo . At this meeting some startling disclosures -were made against Hev. Mr. Spanswich nnd the superintendent decided not to recommend htm to further cburgo In this state. Ho at once left for parts unknown , but It Is slnco loumed that ho Is In Cumberland. Wl * . , con ducting his ovangellstlc work. He nskeii for it latter from tbls church , which was de nied , thereupon nineteen of his retainers called tor letters of dismissal , which were granted. This man Is Iho ono referred to in Tup. OMAHA BEE on April 4 by a clipping from tno Clay Center Garotlo- Democr.it stating that a similar occurrence bad transpired at G ration , this stato. His action here li'is split the church and ten years will not repair the dnmago ho has done the church at this place. NOKTII IMMJ UAUI.V&CORGIIKU. Iliilfof the llmlniMS I'urt of the Toirn Ie- Htroycil by flro. NORTU BKND , Noo. , Sopt. 29. [ Special to THE BKK.I Half of tno business portion of this place burned this morning. On ac count of the water giving out the lira could not. bo got under control. Tbo die originat ed in the rear of Daily & Johnson's general merchandise store and quickly spread. The osses were as follows : Datly-&Johnson , 21,000 , partly Insured ; A.G. Mallott , grocer , loss $4,000. Insured ; First National banlc building and fixtures , loss $3,000 , insured ; Daily's restaurant , f00 ! , insured ; Elk saloon building , $2,000 , partly Insured ; F. Young , general merchan dise and buildmc.,500 , SOO Insurance ; P. Gilles. building and general merchandise , loss 80,000 , insured fJ.OOO : H. B. Hunt , drug store , loss $200 , insured ; building. $500 , partly Insured ; A. J. Slders. confections , loss $5UO , insured $1,000 ; Theo & Wolf , hardware , loss $6- 000 , insured $ ' ) ,550 ; M. M. Huck , jewelry store , loss , 200 ; postofllce , $400 , In sured ; two store buildings belonging to A. Pollor , loss $2.500 , insurance $1,800 ; bnrbor shop , loss $300 , insured ; Mrs. X. Boothell's residence , loss $1,000 , insured. The North Bend store fixtures were a total loss of $1,000 , The two-story brink building containing two store rooms and opera house is a total loss of $7.000 , with no Insurance. The cause of the fi ro Is not Known. OLD , 1JUT WOKKKU U'Ef.L. - llowa Beatrice JevolcrVns Kclieved ol several Dollars. BEATRICE , Neb. , Sopt. 29. [ Special Tote- gram to THE BEE. ) A man giving the name ot W. Strong put in an appearance in this city Tuesday ovcnlng and struck ono of the down town groceries for a small bill of goods and offered in payment therefor a 800 check , with George R Scott's name sinned thereto. Tbo man wa tt perfect stranger and professed to have Just sold a load of wheat to Scott , who oper ates a big elevator bore , and George Uaa bar rledly gave him this chock. The grocer , knowing Scott's signature and form ol checks , declined to accept it on the plea thai be hadn't sufficient money on hand to cast the balance , but if Mr. Strong would wait a few moments no would go out nnd oorron sufficient money from a fellow merchant. The follow grew a tntle suspicious and concluded he would come In in Iho morning. Liter he tried ibo snme came on a bulchei and others , but with poor success. In th ( ; meanwhile Scott had been notified anc parties starled out on the trial of the forger Nothing wa heard of him until today when It was , learned that ho bac succeeded in passing ibo check on U S. Miller , a jeweler , in payment for ? 2 re pairs on a watch. Miller giving him f-3 ii change. Tbo chock was given on the Amen cun.ba.nk and Its fraudulent nature was enl ; discovered today when G. I. Miller under teen to deposit it. Strong bas disappearot and Miller holds tbo check. . Di-ml nf n Crazy Mini. . WIUIEJI , Nob. , Sept. 29. [ Special to Tn lit BEE.J The city Jail burned early this morn Ing. It was a frame building and was flroi a on the Inside bj Joseph Kurop , "Craz id Joe , " who had been locked up for dlsordorl conduct. He was gotten out with hit bal a on tire just la UtrCo lo save his life. od lu Fur-Oir Africa. ct COLOK , Neo. , bept. 29. [ Spcclcl Telegrai ir- to THE BEE. ] Mr. and Mrs , John Mecule l.es start tomorrow for Soudan , Africa , whor es they engage In missionary work. Mn od Mockley Is a daughter of the late Samu < Sohofield , one of the moneer settlers c Saunders county. Her rultli In CnrUtlaii Science. od BEATniCE , Nob. , Sept. 29. [ Special Tele li.V gram to THE line.J Mrs. Jerry Rogers die ut last night from too much faith In Chrlstla y- science. Sbo was being treated for con gestlvo chills. Sbo loaves a husband an eight children. ed IJvitth of Mrs. General Tlmycr. so LINCOLN , Nob. , Sopt. 29. [ Special Tel eo gram to THE BEE. ] Mrs. Thayer , wife i sr.od General Thayer , died at lielllnghuui , Mass ode Tuesday night. Funeral Friday at 11 a. t o , at Belllnghara. ns Disease never successfully attacks tbesyi ono torn with pure blood. Do Witt's Sarsuparlll o- makes pure uew blood and oarlcbei blood. 3r- A 3rIt. . Clarksou Memorial Service. of Memorial services for the late Joseph I 111 Clarkson .vlll be held tomorrow mornln s ( Saturday ) In court room No. 1. rtU THREE SUITS FOR DAMAGES District Court PlabtifFs Seeking a Shira of "Othor People's Monoy. " MRS. UHTOF'S ' SMALL SLICE OF SOLACE Six Cent * Awarded for Dn.uncM to Her Itrpatntlnn < ln ICitisncr Perl * That He W s Unningoit Fire Thous and Dollar * ' Worth. Katie Uhtof , the woman who sued the common council ot the town of Elkhorn for J.'i.OOO , with which to patch up n reputation which she alleged was damaged , did not come out as successfully as Bhehadhopod. Thojury returned a verdict yesterday and assessed her damages at G cents. There was another Elkhorn dnmago suit on before Judge Ferguson this afternoon , In which Uustlvo ICaisnor fcols that his ropu- tutlon has boon hurt. Kassnor was running a saloon In the town. It was alleged that ho did not have any license. Suit was brought and after a conviction by the town justice ho was turned over to Jonas Frey , the town constable , for safe ) keeping until the line wa ; paid. Kastncr was koot around town a few hours , after which ho was brought to Omaha nnd locked In the county jail fnr a few hours. By reason of that Incar ceration Mr. IvassncrthlnUsthat ho bas been brought into public dlszraco and ignominy and that It would require about $5,000 to make good the damages that ho bas sus tained. James A. Bovorlj would recover $1,200 from Martin QulcK , and to do Ibis ho bas brought n suit In the dlnricl court , where he alleges that In 1SST ho endorsed a nolo lo the plaintiff , Intending to wiito on the back of the paper the words "without recourse. " Tins ho failed to do and simply endorsed the note hi blank. As a result ho has since been compelled to pay the note. Ho alleges lhat he never received any benoQt from such pay ment. Auction , Furniture , itc. All remaining1 goods damaged by sruoko or otherwise injured will bo sold nt public auction , Saturday , October 1. 2 p. in. nnd 8 p. in. CIIAS. SIIIVERICK & CO. . Furniture , Carpota nnd Drapery , 1204 , 1200 , 1203 und 1210 Fnrmira. AlDKKi > i KU IU UlISllMEX. , lu tlu McCarthy Issues u Manifesto to the Sons of lirln In America and Australia. Dtinu.v , Sept. 29. A meeting ot the national federation was held today at whicti Mr. Justin McCarthy presided. Tbo fedor- allen approved the Issue of a manifesto ad dressed lo Irishmen in America and Aus tralia. Tbo manifesto says : "We address you on the national cause at an auspicious time. Our demand for Justice bas been advanced by tbo power of the people ple to another stage that Is decisive and is all but final. " Continuing , the manifesto says : "The prospect now before us Is full of cheer and should inspire renewed and redoubled effort , for it shows the sure way to victory as the result ot the general election at whicti the supreme question was home rulo. The elec tors of Grtat Britain nnd Ireland , after six years' experience with a government hos tile * lo home rule and devoted to coercion , have established an administration founded on the principle that satisfaction must be given io ihe just demands of Ireland with out loss of tirno. " Afler denouncing Ihe tyrannical action of the conservative government , the manifesto proceeds to comment upon the parliamentary prospects of home rulo. The loaders of the government , It savs , are pledged to promote and to use all theii-slrenglh lo pass a bill salisfactory to iho Irish members of the House of Commons and lo the Irish people. It adds : "Wo are convinced of the sin cerity of the liberal leaders , not only because ot the course pursued by the liberals since Mr. Gladstone adopted homo rule , but also because their Interests demand such a per manent settlement as Ireland can cordially accept. "Wo do not forget the declarations of Mr. Balfour , thai , no mailer what the bill Is. the House of Lords would bo against it. Wo also ) ear in mind Mr. Gladstone's warning that 'f ibo House of Lords rejecled a mcasuso de- Iboraiely adopted by Ihe country Ihey vnuld do so at the peril of their chamber. .1 the House of Lords , in con- empt of experience , so obstructs the lomo rule Dill o to delay ibe pass- azo of other measures imperatively required 3y the British people , they can bo effectually 1r dealt with in such a manner as not onlv to enforce the passage of the homo rule bill'but to end all hereditary obstruction. "Far from bearing with disquiet of what t the House of Lords will do , wo feel perfect t confidence that the Irish cause will win the day. Success Is near. In the meantime we need the help of the people to maintain the movement with vlcor. " Mrs. L. 11. Patton , Kocaford , III. , writes : From personal experience I can recommend Do Wilt's Sarsaparilla , a euro for impura blood and genera , debility " 31UltltEKiii JtY J/K.T/C.IAS. Two Prominent Texas Cattlemen the Vlo 11 ins T Assassins. N w OIILCAXS , La. , Sept. 29 The Times Democrat's San Antonio , Tdx. , special savs James Keen and Charles Mosely , t\vo prominent nont ranchmen living near St. Hedroy , thi county , were murdered by two Mexican cow boys named St. Slxto Flares nnd PaccI Lopez. ICoon and Mosely were on thn ! way to St. Hedrey , when they wen waylaid by two Mexicans. am both were shot down and robbed o a small amount of money which tbev oarric ; in their pockets. Tbo murderers , after con milling the crime , started for the Rio Grand border. They were overtaken at Stockdal by a posse of officers and oolb lodged in jal Tbera was considerable talk lost night r lynching the men , and bad it not been the the jail was well guarded an ailempt woul have been made. ICoon and Mosoly wer very prominent throughout that section an tbelr frleudi are greatly excited over thel assassination. DoWltt's Uarsaparllla destroys such pol sons us scrofula , skin disiusoj , eczema , rhou matiaia. Its timely use savw many AXOXllKH IIUltnK.Y 31U1WEK CLK ' . A JIy t rlou Itobbory Which Will Pluy a Important 1-urt In the Trlul. NEW YOKK , Sept. 20. The Herald's Fa River , Mass. , correspondent says : Ne ! lo light whlcu will have an Important beann loot on tbo case of Lizzie Borden has been throw . , upon the robbery of the murdered Mr. an 01. Mn. Andrew J. Borden Juno 0 , 1301. It will bo remembered that tbo facts ( this robbery have been kept secret and wei sU not brought to the public notice until aft < the mysterious murder of the old coup ! The police , after a long lnv * tlgallon of tl natter , were perfectly satisfied that tbe could place tbe thief under arrest , but It uover occurred , because u is staled M 3g Borden declined io press ibo cbvrgu. M Burden reported the robbtry oa the afte us OK tb Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report an : et 3V- ICO OK Baking to toI' Lha HE Powder ifoof of ABSOLUTELY PURE neon of the date mcntldned. ilo snld bis own. room over the kttichen bail been entered - tored and ft desk used for his private papers broken open and Jewelry , and money amount ing to several huiulrofr dollars taken. Captntn Uosmond'-aSud Inspector Heron were put on the cnso , . .They . found that none of tno members of this tarallv had Doen away from the house dunrtf ? the day. All the doors , ns far as they know , were locked the " night , before , when" the article * were safe In tbo desk. The burglary was committed some tlino In the forcmbon. The Oral clew the Inspectors found , \tn In a door at the hood ot the slain which opens Into Mr. Dor- den's room. A tonbermy nail was found sticking through the KOVhole. The head of the nail was from IhtToutsldo of the door. It was Urst thought that- the lock bad boon plotted but n mlnuto examination showed that It bad not Doon tampered with at all. A search of the premUes failed to reveal any traces of the burglar. The officers reported what they had learned to Mr. Borden and later had a talk with Mrs. Borden , Llzjlo and Kmraa Borden and Bridget Sullivan. Finally the Inspector sent for Mr. Oordcn and told him that they could arrest the thief at any tlmo. They told Mr. Uorden some thing which astounded him , and the case was dropped very quietly by the old ijentle- man's request. The facts concerning this mysterious robbery , It Is understood , will bo most thoroughly elucidated at the trial and Is expected to form a part of the Rovorn- mont * * ease. CEXTll.tr A3tiitIV.t'S QUAIt.tXTlSB , How the Mutter H Looked Upon nt the Stutn lrp irtmcMit. W.vsmxoTox , D. C. , Sept , 29. The embargo barge placed upon American commerce by the action of some Central American countries trios In closing tholr ports tu ships from the United States Is a matter at deep concern to the State department. Aside from the actual loss to our merchants resulting from this nc tion , tbo interruption to the malls Is a sourca of vexation. An unreason ing dread of the introduction ot chol era has led to tbo Issuance of those troublesome decrees by the governments of the south , constituting an absolute termina tion ol all Intercourse with the United States. If there were reasonable ground for foarlncr the Introduction of cholera from the United Stales , the dor-roes might bo tolor- alcd , but as It is they are regarded In oftlctal circles here as an unnarranlablo exercise of authority lhat might injuriously alTect the comity that has so long existed. The De partment of Stale , however. Is not disposed lo act arrogantly toward our smaller south ern neighbors in Iho matter , but Is rather disposed to adopt ibo milder method of persuasion. So Ihn statement Is authorized that tbo United Slates steam ship Concord , which arrived at Colon ycslor- day , was not ordered there with Ibo purpose of compelling the local authorities lo admit to Iho port the Pucltlc mall steamship Col umbia. 'vhlch now lies oft the entrance. Tbo real purpose of the Concord's movement Is to convey the consul general of ih > ) United States nnd the commissioner * from the local government of Panama lo Carlhagona , where Iho president of Columbia resides and en deavor to arrange with htm some terms ot settlement ot the quarantine question. T1IKEE Ol'Mt-lTOKH AllllLXTED. Charged with Cutting Telegraph \Vlru but It Could Not Ho Proven. CEDMI HAPIDS , la. , Sept. 20. [ Special Tel egram to THE BEE. ] There I * no cbanpo In the strike of the telegraphers. There have oeon several small wrecks on the road , not because of the strike but which will bavo its effect upon the slriko , .because it will delay and probably stop , altogether the trains which bavo boon running on card time with out order * . Three operators were arrested at West Branca cbarged with wire cutting , but wore released tdaay.no ono appearing against them. * c Want'a hpeoltll Attmlnlfltrntor. CEDARlUriDS , la. , Sept , 29. [ Special Telegram toTns" BucrJ Another chapter has been added to the sensational Bovor will caso. Mrs. Japangler , and Mrs.Blake have Jlle < 4 a petition with the clerk of the ulstrlct court asking for tbo appointment of a special administrator not interested in the estate to take charge of tbo property in place of James L. and Georpo W. Bover , who were narcoil In the will , alleging that personal property , notes , checks , etc. , amounting to $100.000 were not mentioned in tbo will and declar ing that they cannot get Justice owiug to the personal hostility to them of the admin- isiraiors'uamod In the will. Large Sale or Pine I.unds. ASHLAND , Wli. , Sept. 29. The largest transfer In pmo lands over made in northern Wisconsin was consummated today. Cornell university of Now York sells to tto Chlp- newa Logging company 193,000 acres of plno lands for a consideration of 1341,708. The lands are situated In Price , Taylor , Chip- pewo , Bannes and Ashland counties. llujlnens ISrlefs. . J. C. Leonardson , lumber merchant at Brandon , Is negotiating to sell out. L. M. Plltsbury , conducting u hotel at Oakland , will discontinue October 1. The Ravenna Creamery company has filed amended articles of Incorporation bringing their capital stock up to $15,000. lu the Usual Way. Burglars went through the residence of Jacob Konctto at 1343 North Seventeenth street Wednesday nisht and stole J3.SO in cash. The usual rear window was pried open in the usual way. Do No. Exparimsnt with your stomach. TaKe that only which bus been proven to bo purest mid best. The genuine imported Carls bad Wutsrs ( or the Carlsbad Sprudel ior Salt If you cannot convsnlontly use the r Watorsl are admitted by the boat phy o sicians in the world to bo the grandest id remedy for stomach disorders. Bo sure ofd and secure the genuine , which must d have the signature of "Eisner & Mendel tile son Co. , Solo Agents , Now'York , " on lo every bottlo. II. II.nf at if TAfiCEAPILL. Id \l \ Hobb's Are the Best on Earth. reid id Act gently yet prompt ' ly on the LITKK , KID ilr DR , HOBB'S NKYS and BOWELS , dls polling Headaches , Fev era and Colds , thorough il- LITTLE ly cleansing the system of. disease , and cures Vegetable -liaW.ual constipation They are sugar coated , ilo not gripe , very small flosy to take , and purcl ] TaireUlile. 45 pills In eacl ] PILLS vial. Perfect digestion follows tlielruso. Tbej absolutely cure sick b ( f ill : Mhe. and are recommend. illW 1 by leadin ; ph'tlcUni. For sale by leading druggists or sent by mull ; 25 cU. a ilal. Addrrsi latin HEOICIKE CO. , Preps , San Francta or Warn fOIl SALE INOMAHA. , NEB. , C7 I nhn A Co. . Co.r 15th & DocKlu SU. J .A. Fuller & Co , Cnr. Hut & DouulwSU. t'Ll rci4Ur A Co. . CooucUIUufli , U of re vw * taouv l.UTer fciiJJ bowcbi. iiliti \ er tj tbe blixxj. > ra afe uid effertual . i ; lo. ; iK iM im iiM akq0wn/O | binoa > 5 lo.he dT < pep.lmvulj he . wuiarn , < OM at , ld rrrulun , painful ey ? B r dljotl a. | > iiypUi. aallow complex * 4 iun.aadetrrrJueaMreiultliictraiu * ir ! f lapar * bl o4cr liSlam br lt Komtcli , ItTer or In- * teatlao to pert arm Utlr proper funrttooi. f enou > 7 Klr a to o - < 4lni tm benaaud hj UVInk- one in r J z cfe.ii mmj , rrt7 DI UJ I BT M.'I "npln.lle. ' | Jiiril ciiEMfCAL do"lt ( > Dracbt..I < w fork J Artistic CHICAGO ENGRAVING at Low Prices. Stock and Design The Latest and Best , Scad ui 81.20 and we'll lend you loa cngravd catili from a new copper ptalc. Send us 00 ct * . and your present plate ( to be belc and regi > tere < l ) and we'll ( end you too eo- graved cards. We pay express charges. STATIONERY COMPANY , ( L ta Cotb'i Library Co. ) * 136 Wabisli Ave. , Chicago. Pears' Soap Pretty boxes and odors are used to sell such soaps as no one would touch if he saw them un disguised. Beware of a soap that depends on something outside of it. Pears' , the finest soap in the world is scented or not , as you wish ; and the money is in the merchan dise , not in the box. AH sorts of stores sell it , especially druggists ; all sorts of people are using it ARE YOU SUFFERING ? KROM Female Wetness , Catarrh or Rlieumatssm , Chronic : , Nervous or Private Disease ? , IF SO , OALIj ON Dr. Searles & Searles Consultation Free. Acknowledged to [ .e Iho moat succa rul specialist In nil PRIVATE , IILOOU , NcuvuUs , bMJf AND Utux- AIIV DISEASES. ( lonorrluriln from n to 6 ilnyi. STphllls curad without Mprcurjr. All sta ui for Ufa. bTlllCTUllK pormnnentljr curetl reraoral com plete , without cutting , caintlo or dilatation. Uuro affected nt homo by patient without u momeatJ AND IIBCPAL UC.CEI13 cured without pain or detention from builnoss. UYDUOCKf.U AND VAUICOCKLK pormanoatly anil ucccaifullr cured. Mi'lhoiltiawnndunfallln * WEAK MEN ( VITAMTV WKAIO , Made so by too clos3 appli cation to business orntudjr : levoro menttl strata or Brief : SBXUAL. E.XCKS313S la middle Ufa , or trom the effects of youthful lollloi. WEAK MBS AUK VICTIMS TO NEUVOOd DK- BILlTYorKXUAUSTlO.V , WASTING WKAKNES3 INVonUNTAlUr UM3B3 with EAHUY DKOA1T In YOUNU and MlOUhB AUiSD ; lack of vim , vigor , and stronjjtU , with sexual organs Impaired and weakenenedprematurely In approaching old axo. All yield roadllr to our now treatment for loss of Tltal power. Call on or addreu with damp lor circulars , free book and receipts. Dr. Searles & Searles , > ' ! Next to Post Office HEALTHFUL , AGREEABLE , CLEANSING. For Farmers , Miners and Mechanics , A PERFECT SOAP FOR ALKALI WATER. Cures Chafing , Chapped Hands , Wounds , Bums , Etc. A Delightful Shampoo. WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP. Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water nraoe lliirk. ; & KID GLOVES The above branda of jrlovoa lor sale b. The Boston Store N. W Cor. 10th and Douphw Sta Omaha Uultnii State * Jliimlial'i Siilu. In the clroult court of the United State * ft thodUtrlctut Nohr.iaka. Edwin II. WiUtur.s nnd John V. McDowell r f ntrlo-Amerluiin Jlort a u 4 Trust Co. N ( 3X lr. I'ubllo notice I * hereby ttlvcn that In pursuance anco and by v rtno of a writ of uxooutlon 1- euadoutof the ubowe iiiiiuod court In uuov entitled cnuse und buiirlnt ; duto of Auzu : IXJrU. ItMl. I have levied upon and taUun all tli rlftlit , tltlo and In torn-it of the ubovu-rmmu uUlntlff * . Kawln H. Walton und John V. Mi Uowoll , In nud to Ibo ( ullowlni duurlbod ro ; eatjite , to-wlt : Lot 1 ! lu block 12 , In Ilutiicot I'luce audition , nnd tbo oust 41 feet of lot 10 i Hlaiebduaa I'liicu addition to the city i Omaha. Douglas county , Nebraska , aft c which I will expo.so u > suteitnd sell the sainte to the highest nnd boat bidder at public auc tlon , us IDU luw dlruuts. on the eighth dav ( October. A. I ) . 1BJJ. at the hour of oleve o'clock la the forenoon of said day , at th north dckr of thu Unlttd Hlutoa court tious nnd postollleu building , til the city ot Oniuhi UouKlas county , NebrKSKa. bald nae ! U to sutlsfy & judgment of ill court obtained at lu Mity terra , Itf.1. in fvc of tbo Aiislo-Anmrloan MortgaKo and Trui Oompanv * nd uzaliut the said Edwin 11 , Via tors and John V. McDowull. JJUAI ) D. SLAL'ailTKU. U. B. Marshal JOHN 1' . IlKEKN , Attorney for Defendant. ' EDUCATIONAL. Dr. Sargent's Normal School Of I'liyncul Tralulinf ( or Moniou , atCAMBUtlMi , Miss. , will opoa | U Twelfth He : > loa on October Alh ) Intteati of NuTumbef I , i Uerutofoij. "When once you've bo't elsewhere and then happen to see our goods and prices , itwill avail you little. The time to call and see is be fore you buy. not afterward. It will then meoii money in your pockets. Our values are une qualled. Don't fail to give us a call. In our corner window we display a number of fine suits in * * Sacks and Cutaways AT ,25 $6,50 $ $7,50 $ , , , , , , and Meltons at $12.50. Others upas High as you Want. All these suits are made up in the highest style of the art and are warra'nted to wear. You -will find them lower in price than other" * of the same quality. Corner 13th and Farnam Streets. Seeds , " tbo wonderful rcracilr Is sold with a writ. ten Bunrnntee to cnro all nnrvous dl cases , such as Weak Memory , Iiossor Brain PoireDcsdictio. . WaltcfulneM , Lost ilnnhood. Nlgbtlr Urals- Moh J , Nervousness. Lnisltude , alldralos and loss of pnircr of the uenerailre Orcnnstn citherf ic use < l bjovcroiprtlon. youthful rrrors.or cicpsslif u oof tobncco. opium or stimulants which soon Had to Intlrmlty. Consump tion and InsanltT. . Put up conrenlenito carry In TCit pocket. 9 > 1 per puck- naebr mnil ; Ofo-ti. With eTcrySjnrdprwn aiveaimtten ijwtTctnlte locurt or refund 1M montv. Circular f ree. Addrct3X < : rvoSceUL o..Cl > lcaEii , III. For sala la Omaha by Shoe-man & MConnoll , 1515 Dodgostroot. 'ERMANENT ' SIDEWALK RESOLU TION. COUNCIL CiiAMiicn. OMAHA , Nub. , rioptombcr Oth. IS'J'J. Uo it. resolved by the City Council of the city of Omxho. the mayor cunciirrln : : That uornitmont sidewalks boconstrnolodln lie city of Oin.iha aa dcalun.itcil below , within live diiys after the publluatlon of this resolu tion , or the personal servlon thereof , us hy ordlnuncc Is aiiihurlzeil imd required , sucn idevrulki , to bo laid to the borim-iiunt ijrado nt sinblUhcd on the paved streets speollled lioruln ant ! to bo conitruuted of ston > , artlQ- jlal stone ! lirlek or tlllnir. acoordlnK to speci fications on flle In tlio olllco of tlio Hoard of , 'ubllo Works , and under Its supervision , to- Nor'h side of Hurt street , lots. ) and 0 , block ill ) , city , permanent gradb. 0 feut wide. North side of Onlcaco street , lot 7 , block 49 , city , permanent urade. 6 feet wide. West side of 13th street , north half of lot B , block 40 , city , permanent ifr.idu , 12 feet wldo. East sldo of lltn street , lot 4 , block ( U , city , permanent grade , b feat wide. West side of lltli street , lots 1 and 8. block 01. city , pernunotit ( ? rade , 8 feet wide. North side of Oapltnl itvenuc , lota 7 and S. block 70. olty. permanent grade. S foot wide. Kast side of 10th htreot. BOiith h ilf ct lot 7 , block 70. olty. permanent prude. 18 feut wide. South sldo of Onss street , lota 1 and - , block tO , cliv. permanent Kradp , 8 feet wide. And bo It further resolved : That the Ilourd of PuOlIc Works bo and Is hereby authorized and directed to cause a copyot this r solution to bo published In the olllclal paper of the city for ono week , or be served on the owners of said lots und unless such owners shall within llvn days .ifter tlio publication or service of such copy construct s.ild Mdowalks as herein reiiuliud , that the Hoard -of I'ubllc Works cause tlio sumo to bo done , thu cost of constructing s.ild sidewalks respectively to bo assessed uR.iintttuo real iHUitc. lot or part of lot In front of und abut- tine such nlduwalks. Passed doptemborSOtli. ISM. _ . . , . _ lu L1. 1)AIS. . I'rrsldunt of tlio Council. Attest : JOHN GKOVES. City Clerk. Approved : GEORGE I' . II EM IS , Mayor. NOTICE TO CONSTRUCT SIDEWALKS. To th owners of tlio lots , parts of lots and rout estitn described In tne almvu resolution ! You and each of you are hereby notitled to construct pormaiient sidewalks as required by a resolution of the city council nnd mayor of tn city of Onmlm , of which the aboyo Is u C ° P7 < P. W. niUKIIAUSER , Chalrmiiu Hoard of Public SVorlcs. Omaha , Nebraska , September 28th , IMtt TO HANNAH JAMES You uro hereby notified thut the under- slKned. three dislulereslod f reoholdors of the city of Omaha , have been duly appointed by the mayor , with the approval of the city coun cil of said city , to assess Ihe damage to the owners respectively of tue property doulurod by ordinance nocoasarv to be aonroprl.ited for the use of said olty , for the purpose of ex- tendlni : Kitty-Ural utreot from thu north line of lllmobuugli & L'atterson's addition to I.o-ivonworth street. You are further notified tint , liavlnz c- coined said appointment and duly nu.tlllled as required hy law , we will , on the lOtlidiy of October. A. I' . 16' < i at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon ut tlionlllcu of tilt river & O'liona- hou , IttU i'arnam street , within the corporate limits of said city , meet for the purpose of considering and ninlilni ? thu ussessmont of damage to the owners respectively of sala property by reason ot such takliu and appro priation thereof , taking Into consideration special bonollls. If any. The property bolonilnz to you. proposed to un appropriated us aforesaid , and which has been declared necessary by the council , by or dinance. to appropriate to the use of Ihe city , being ; situate In said city of Omahn. In tbo county of DouElns und state of Nebraska , Is described as followi , to-wlt : The oa t twon- ty-Uvo feat of lot one , block three , lu lllmo- b.-iunh's addition You are notlHod to be present at the tlmo and place aforesaid and make any objection ! ! to or statement ! concerning nala prouoied ap propriation or assessment nf damages H you may conilder proper.V. . G. fallRl v I' R , IL W.I JA9. BTOOKDAM2. Omaha. Sept. 21th , b fl-dm a NOTICB TO PROPERTY OWNERS. You are hereby notlUed tint the bink of earth on the south Ot feut of lotft. bloolc C , subdivision - division of J , I. Itodlck's Addition , fronting on IKith street has been doolureu by ordinance No. 3.-7t to bo a nuisance. You arc hereby notllled to abutu said nul- siuico by Kradlnv or sloping laid bank alonj the west Hue of said lot so that the earth tberufrom will not fall upo'i nr ) > o curried by rains upon tbo sidewalk or street , on or before tliu'Zlrd d y of October. Ib'J. , or said nulmucH will be abated by the city authorities iud the eipeusu thereof levied na a special tax aiuinst the property on which salu nulinnco uxlsts. Uuted this 30th day of Soptomber. lhx . V W. lUIIKHAUHER , Chairman of the Board of I'ublloVorUs. . PROPOHALS FOR GRADING SLOPING BANKS OF EARTH AND FILLING LOT , OF REAL ESTATE. Scaled proposals jvlll be received by the tm- dorsisnmt until l:3u : o'clock p. in. . October 14th. 1M' ' . ' , for cradlna and sloping banks of curtli nnd Illllhis ; lot of real estate , the condi tion of whUli lias been declared a nuisance oy ornlnances Nos. 31' ' ) : . : rjlii , : -J.'l and -JS4i. : Oridlir.- b inks down toabout tbelevol of the surrouudlnislreots or alleys , as follows : Lots a mill 4. block 110. city. Moping .ind urudlnx down the front portion of thu following banks of earth so ns to pro- votit Iho falling , wasting or washing of earthen on the sidewalks adjacent thereto : IJauksof eartb on lots I and - ' , lilook.1l. city. Hank of enrth on the west 1EO feet of block : "A. " shlnn's Third Addition , on the soulli side of Charles street between -Sth street nnd Ulth street. IIunkR of earth on tots 1 , 2 , 4 and 3 , A. II. Saundurs' Addition. ! links of eirth on lots 5 and 0 , block 15 , Shlnn's Addition. Hank ot e.irth on lot 13 nnd the north half of lot 14. Sunnysldo Addition. Ilnnksof earth on lots b , U , 10 and 12. Cherry Garden , framing on llcrron street , now culled : )7th ) nvunue. nnd rilllue of lot 17. block 11 , HaiHcoui 1'luco. In the city of Umaha. Such work to ho done In accordance with the Instructions of tbo Board of I'ubllc Works and C/ity Knirtneer Kids to be 'mude on printed blanks fur nUhlns by the bo.ird.nnd lo be accompanied with a certlllcd ulipck In the sum of SVW , pay able to tnu city of Omaha , us an uvldenco of good faltn. Tbo boord icservcs the rlgh't to reject any or all blus and to waive defeats. r. w. HuiiviiAusnR , Chairman Ilourd of I'ubllo Works. Omaha , Neb. , &optuiuberuitti ) , IHiU.B30o B30o 1-7-8. Notion ot AioK'HMIiirnt of Damage * for U'Ml- ' slruutlun pi ii Vlailurt Alone t'lrteoiitlt Stroi't Over tlto Tracks. To the ovrners of all lots .uvl parts of lots and leal rat.Uo alonx Fifteenth slreet. ho- tween Loavonwortb streut nnd I'lorce street , and thu approaches lo Ibe proposed vladuut , lo ho constructed over the Iracks on Fifteenth street. You are hcsrnbv notified that tbo under- alirned. ttiroetllslnterested freeholders uf ibo city of Omaha , h.ivo boon duly uppointod by thu .Mayor , with the approval of the Olty Counull of said city , to assess the damage to tbo ownnrs respectively of the property af fected by the construction at a viaduct along 15lli.street , over the railway trucks on and across 15th strent , between Leavenworiu street und 1'lerce street , declared necessary byordinunco WJO , passed AujUstSJ , IbU. ' , approved ' lo'J. , proved August 'Jl. You are further notified , that liavlnz no- cepled said appointment , and duly ciuiilllled ns required by law. wo will , on the 1st day of October. A. O. IS ! ) ' . ' , nt tno nourof 10 o'clock In the forenoon , ut the olllco of John F. i-'laok. room K > 1 Chamber of Commerce , within the corporate limits nf snld olty , meet for the purpose uf consldurln ? and making Ibo us- essmont of dam.ige lo the owners respect ively , of said property , affected by said con- strucllon of said viaductHiid Its approaches , taking Into coirtldoratlon upeclat benotlts. If any , anyou are notified to bo present nt the lima anil plnce aforesaid , and make any objections In or statements concerning , said usicssinunt of damages , as you may consider proper. UKO'RGK J.'L'AUL. U. G. UL.ARK , C'omiiiltteo of Appra'soM ' Omaha , Sept. 7 , 1802. Su'JO'-'lt GRADE OltDINANCE NO. U3a An ordinance establishing the pr.ulo of lath street from Vlnton street to the alley between lots 13 nnd 1:1 : , llasc.ill and Rogers' suljilvlslon. . In the clly of Omaha : He It ordalnud by Iho city council of the city of Omaha : Section 1. The grade nf Ifllb street from Vln ton street lo tbu alley between lot * U und U. 11 use-all und Itojers' uh-lvU | on. In tbu city ot Omuhii , Is hereby established at the follow ing elevations , thu ur.ido being uniform straight Hue * between the points suoultlod In themrooli , nvenuoiior alleys named in the ro- speutlve secllons following , to-wlt : tJuotlonS. Grade of i8tb street Kluvatlon Elevation of West otKist Curb. ( Jurh. South curb of Vlnton ilrout. un cstab l.hed . ZW.O KiaO Center uf alley between lots 4 und ft. llascull und Rogers' uh-dl vision . . . . 'JI0.5 210.5 Center ot ullov between lots IS und 13. Unseal ! und Holers' sub-dlvUlou . .200.0 200.0 bHHlou3. TbUordlniinvu &ball takentfect * and bu In furru from and nf ler Its passjg * . 1'assed HeptumberSOth. ihUJ. JOHN GROVES. P. P. rri'sldt'iit City Council. Approved Seutouiber lrd. 1M. . GEO. 1' . 11KMI9 , Muyur.