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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , OCTOBER 21 , 1893.
n oiln Pulling the Throttle Wide goirig at breakneck speed , Sec the engineer ? That's what he's doing and it's what we'll do in dry goods for Ihrco AND , Saturday , Monday and Tuesday. We simply open wide the valve of our commercial engine and rush business at the rate of a mile a minute , by a grand three days cut in prices in sixteen departments. You can't resist -the im- pulse'to stock.ufj at this sale , and your interests lie in doing so. Read our propcsition to a finish-and see if you cannot find it to your interest to invest some money in dry goods at this time. It is an opportunity. Prices are for three days only , and arc made simply to force off surplus stoclc. Sale Commences Saturday and Lasts Until Tuesday Night. Saturday Evening We Will Afford Our Patrons a Great Treat. , We have engagedvtheSatorius Mandolin Club to play from 7 to ' 10. This is a pleasure seldom enjoyed , as the club has never played outside of private drawing rooms. Come ami enjoy the music and be with us Saturday evening. . . . . . . . ' " " " " .H.I/.1 fV1. il * 111 777 ! ABOUT THE BIG SALE. What we will sell at extraordinary low prices. Dress goods , silks , blankets , linens , notions , laces , yarns , knit goods , muslin underwear , corsets , hosiery and underwear ; men's furnishings , carpets and upholstery , Dress Goods. novoUlos at $2.00 ; not a yard worth loss . than . $0.00. aids. Knit Goods. Stockinet dross shields * Oc , regular ' Line of $1.00 surah silk plaids in fall price 16c. Glen's Furnishings Every ploco of Dress Goods In our colorings at Ooc. SO per cent off for 3 days on all Qno ' Kid curlers lOc , regular price 150. O'Shnnlor stock foduood for 3 days , Buy now Now novelty satin duchoaso $1.00 , regular irridoscont goods , fancy pearl nnd beaded - Cronhet Tnm hnts , nil col Eloctrio eurlorii loc , regular price 25c. don't wait. Boat styles are prolng &nd ular $1.50 goods. od goods. Sao them. ors , for misses nnd children , 25c , never Curling irons 6c , regular price lOc. Largo , flno tlojurtmont. but too cannot bo replaced. How much reduced ? Flno changeable surahs 75o. 25 oer cent off on all bond nnd jot retailed ' under 75. ' knit Turkish hats Whisk brooms Oc , regular price 15c. many goods. Wo pull the throttle on Hero's iv sumplo : Many other' bargains. Bo on hand trimmings. Boys' nnd girls' . , Conto'a thread , par do/.oii , 45c. them and off they niUBt go. These nro ' for them. Every piece of silk and velvet A line of flno allk braids nnd glmpsro- fancy colors ' , 60 grades inftint's , at 15c. knit Hooks nnd eyes , 2 ctmlfl for 5c , yory doalrablo and oho.ip. A whole uountor nonrly 100 ploc'os roducod. tailed from 15c to 25on yard , nt 3c. Children's ntul sacks , English lialr plna , 2 pnpors for 5c. SI.nnd $1.25 nockwourcut to76o. of 40 , 45 und GO inch imported goods , Fancy weaves of worsted braids that leggings , booties , crochet , tnncy plush , _ Good quality pins , per paper , 5o. Llnon collars cut to 3 for 25c. ombrnclny every conciovablo fabric , nil nro worth from 25o to 35c nt lOc. surah silk hoods , at special prices. Pears' unsconlod soap , lOc. Linen cuffs cut to Ibo. doslrablo goods , that wo hayo boon Boil Isinens. Flno silk5gimps , all colors , 30o to 60o Cutlcuni soap , 17c. 6lo ) neck wear cut to 2oc. ing ixt 81.00 , 81.25 , 81.50 and. $1.75 we'll goods , nt 15c. Worsted Yarns. 3 cakes of HonoyCi8tllo or Roaosoap , Windsor silk ties cut to 12c. C9c. Boll every yard of thorn on Saturday at Bale of 18 inch Irish crash , regular A line of fancy gimps , sold as high aa worth lOc a cnko , It for lOo. 7fio oxcnllont uninunderod ablets 60o. $1.60 for 25c. , $1.50 cttinolVlmlr under wear cut toUUo. will Boll at . All colors price 12jc. Oip. ' of zephyrs So. They nro That's the way wo will do on trim 25o fast black flno soaks cut to 17c. Our $1.75 printooTcftshmoros at 98c. GO Inch heavy cream damask 40c. mings for 3 days. worth 8c. Fine sill : and wool novoltloa $1.25 , re 72 inch extra cream damask C9c. Saxony yarn , different colors , 7c , worth duced from $1.75. 250 inarsollloB bed spreads $1.85. 15o skoln. All $1.00 damask towels 75c. Starlight knitting worsted 25o in half- Laces near the dofcr. A splendid Illuminated hopsacklngs , 50 Inch , $1 , 7oo tnblo scarfs 49c. Muslin Under'wear. pouhd skolns , worth 35c. stock tosolcct from. Wo pull the throttle Uph ols tery. reduced from 81.50. 50o table scurfs 39c. Germantown zephyr 13c , regular 20o open on them Saturday. Every ploco 20o gloss"nnd silver towels 12io. goods. of Inco reduced. Big reductions. In $2.50 allk inlxod novelties 81.75. 25o class and silver towels 19c. < Our entire stock roducod. Wo wish to teresting soiling hero and some sur We have tremendous stock und Wo can't quote all the different lots ; Extra heavy linen towels 125c. close out certain linos. Wo can't onum- prises. Coino and soo. Hero's a sam- n , will ploco of dross goods reduced for 8 to Notions. plo. pull the throttle open so wide that you every * All our largo bountiful 50o damaak oruto everything just como prepared . will out und borrow ( days. * towels 39c. buy. We'll soil you cheap enough. 6-incli Hnon lace made to .sell as high go if some money o Many surprises to bo found. Children's as 25c a yard for 60. your worstonotny necessary to sccuro ' Pulling the throttle open on notions. some of the goods. SUflcs. Blankets. und infants' outfits reduced. Darning cotton lc , regular price 3c. Everything reduced for 3 days in up Horn bone drosa stays 9c dozen , regu Carpets. holstery department. Our entire stock on Balo. Every ploco Every pair of blankets reduced for 8 a- lar price 15c. i Note carefully those prices : of silk und velvet reduced for 3 days. days we'll cut the stock down , Corsets. - Covered dross stays 7o , regular priao Think of this for three days any $12.00 Nottingham curtains $5.OO. Como and supply your wants now. Nolo 85o blnnkots o5c ; $1.25 ones 08c. 16c.Watch moquotto carpet in our store $1 n yard. $10 00 chenille portieres S6-OO. a few of the Imrpalns : 81.50 ones 81.15 ; $1.75 ones $1.39. 'Clearing out ut 50c , a line of French Watch spring stays 5c dozen , regular Handsome now designs. $ aOO chenille portieres $2-5O. $2.00 ones at $1.49 ; 82.CU ones at $1.85. ' price lOc. Beautiful designs in brussels carpot- Remnants of volonr at you own prico. Warner's Foatherbono nnd T.B. JLot of silk velvet brocndos only 25c , woven , , Ventilated elastic web 5c 50o linen scrim , regular 3Oc. . . $2.75 scarlet $2 00 ; $4.00 all wool $3.00. ing. 85c. xnndo to sell at $1.50. cclobrntod goods , retailed as high us price lOc. 7 plocoa 50-inch volour. 83.00 for . wna , $5.00 nil wool $3.76 ; $0.50 nil wool $5. $1.75 cut down to 50c oaoh. \ V- 20 per cent off on nil rugs. Como and A11810N$11 and 812 California blan , Silk clastic web lOo , regular price 25o. see our stock. * SI.OO. Lot of silk fnccd velvets 50c , regular kets cut to $8.50. 1(1. r > Whalebone cuslng 3c , regular price Co. OOo upholstery cord per ploco 45c. $1.00 poods. ill Drapers' plush , wns $12.00 yard , at Lot of striped , figured , brocaded and $5.00. $10.CU China silk Changeable velvets , 75c. Recent value COME TO THE BIG SALE. COME SATURDAY" EVENTING. HEAR THE drapes now $5.OO. 82.75. . . SARTORIUS MANDOLIN CLUB FLAY A few .plush drupes with fringes , marked$25.00 , will go for SIO.OO. Lot changeable novelties $1.00 , made DELIGHTFUL MUSIC from 7 to 10. A TREAT SELDOM ENJOYED. 2o pieces of tapestry boarder , marked to neil at $3.00. 81.25. will bo olosocTfor 5Oc. Lot choice , elegant silk brocades nnd 500 silk curtain loops , , half price. novelties , high class goods , at $1.25 Our entire upholstery stock is prico- never retailed under $5.00 a yard. MORSE clipped for this sale. Wo want , to muko Lot of line brocade silk $1.50 , worth THE GOODS CO n largo hole in it. Como and supply moro than double the price. yourself now. Lot of finest French satins and brocndo VICTORY FOR DAN LAM Alleged Asylum Eoofller Acqu'tted by a Lancaster County Jury. INTERESTING FEATURES OF THE TRIAL IndloutloiiH that tli Defendant Hud Power ful Iiifliioiire * lit Work in Ills Jlolmlf Scotl'H I'rlfiulg Want III * llond'ltcduocd. Nob. , Oct. 20. [ Special to THIS BUB. ] At 4:10 : this afternoon the Jury in the case of the state ngninst Dan Lauor brought in a verdlot of not entity , and a few moments later Lauor was receiving the congratula tions of his friends. It did not take long for the defense to get in its testimony this morning. Hiram D. Hathaway , business manager of the State Journal nnd a double brother-in-law of the defendant , was plucod on the stand ana said that the handwriting on the records and the warrant la question did not appear to bo the sixmo , though it might have Dcen done by the same persons. H. II. Hubbard said ho was acquainted with Luucr and his handwriting , and that the writing ou the records and on the war rants was not the work of the same man. James Hubbard did not ililnlc the writing on the luck of the warrant was that of Lauer. Nolthor did Ilobort Muir. The defense then offered a statement of the amount of money Lauor had handled for the state , but It was ruled out. The argu ment then boean. Each sldo had ono hour. J. It. Gillcorsnn began for the otato , and was followed by Jacob Oppenholmcr und D. G. Courtnay for the defense. The state closed with an argument by County Attorney Woodward. The \ordlct was not n surprise to those who have watched the course of the trial. It vras evident from the start that powerful influences were at work in Luucr'a behalf. It would appear from this , the llrst trial of the cases agnlnst thoallegcdasylum thieves , that none of them can bo convicted with the present method of prosecution , Hoott i htm Fighting. Messrs. Adams and Uttloy. attorneys for Barrett Scott , nro in tlio city for the purpoao of asking tint supreme court to reduce their clleut'u bond. They will ar uo that Scott is being deprived of his liberty by the demand ing of oxct'sslvu bail. Ho is held In the sum of $70,000. The bond wns ut iirct flied at 130,000 , but after the Judge had hoard the case It was Increased to the larger figure. Scott was nblotoglvo baud iu the smaller num. but the tusk of securing the larger bond was too great and he went to jail. The attorneys did not roach Lincoln in time to jnaUo the application this week , und will uow have to wait until next Tuesday , when the court again meota. They will not talk about the matter further than to say that In their opinion the court will grant the request vrhon the facts nro laid before it. No bumluy Cuncerti , An attempt to amend the ordinances so as to allow sacred concerts with an admission fee has just been sat upon by Mayor Weir. Uucolu is nothing If not highly moral , and the idea of Sunday theaters and concerts If the sitootators und listeners have to pay an admission fee is enough to send the cold 1 BUirors chasing each other up and doivn the opines of the truly good. It was attempted to a mend the ordinances so as to allow the I Nebraska State baud to give Sunday con certs , and iu this way Uoop this great inusi- ' cat organization together until the opening of the summer seasou. But Urn mayor vetoed - , teed thu proposition this morning. It is said that the ini.voc did this because the people vtho elected him are largely of the church member clas , while pcrsoaally he docs not object to having the State baud play on Sun- U y. It is reported that ere ho vetoed the ordlnauco ho secured the promise of ten ooun- clluieu to vote to pass Itoverhls voto. Thisii aough to carry it. Out now iu oouucUaita say that they do not propose to have such things thrown on-tbolr shoulders. IMoorc-Gurneau Honrlng. Judge Strode is still endeavoring to un ravel the tangle of Auditor Moore and Com missioner General Garneau. But the tangle is not yet made straight. Auditor Moore testillcd that ho had refused to pay gome of the claims because they were not properly Itemized , not in proper form , and in several instances merely the receipt of the supplier that the claim had been paid. Ho claimed that the prices charged for some of the furniture in the Nebraska building were excessive , and called experts to prove It. Mr. Garneau denied that the prices charged were exorbitant , and said that ho had devoted all the time necessary to his duties as commissioner. Ho said that ho had charged railroad faro up to the state because the railroads had refused passes to World's fair ofllcials. Ho admitted that ho haa n pass , but said that it was none of the state's business , as it was given to him be cause of his freight shipments. Osborno , recently convicted of grand arceny , asks for a now trial on , the grounds of error and newly discovered evidence. Lincoln In Hrlof. W. W. Beach and Nelson Munson , the alleged counterfeiters , were examined before - fore United States Commissioner Blllingsloy this afternoon and bound over to appear nt the next term of the federal court In Omaha. They say they will bo able to givobail before tomorrow. Daley , alias Uvan , who was shot by Ofllcor O'Sheo yesterday , will carry the ofllcor's bullet in his pelvic basis for the rest of his life. D.Uoy will bo out In a few days. The State Banking Board has issued nn order thnt bauks must not pay tinio certifi cates of deposit before they are duo. YOK1C HANK TO HUOl'KN , Tint NiUtoiml to lie CoiiBollduted with the Citizen * National. YOHK , Nob. , Out. 20. [ Special Toleeram to Tni : BKK. ] Jt'lio First National bank of this city will open its doors next Monday. National Bank Examiner Latlnicr succeeded last night in effecting a consolidation of the 'York National and the Citizens National banks. The First National was then re organized with the following directors : George \V. Post , P. Baldwin , N. A. Dean , B. M. Cheney and W. G. P. Chessman. Georjjo W. Post was clouted president ; F. Baldwin , vice president ; T. J.AMghtman , cashier , and W. E. Bell , assistant cashier. The York National 111 go Into voluntary liquidation ami close up its business , uftor which the two banks will unlto under the nuino of the First National. The now Institution will bo a strong one as the York National , with George W. Post as president , has been considered one of the best banks in the state , _ _ VOUTIirUl , KOillIKH CONri'.H-is : , 1'iro ll r of Ghurry County 1'luy \rjyni4ii to Their Sorrow. GOIIDOK , Nob. , Oct. 0. [ Special Tele gram to Tim lice. | One of the parties who stole thi' mail pouches at this place ou the morning of October 3 1ms made a confession John Brewer , a boy about 15 years old , liv ing with his widowed mother in Cherry county , and ono of the most highly re spected families in this county , says that Wort Do Franco , the cowboy who is under arrest for the crlmo , roaxod him and auothoi boy , William Huutlngton , about 17 years old working on the John Knlow ranch iu Chorrj county , into committing the crlmo. The boj says they burled the mall sacks ubout-twolvi miles from Gordon and burned the mall Youug Brewer was arrested and sentenced to the reform school at Kearney , Yount IIuutiDgton skipped out , with the oftlccrs 1' close pursuit. Kinbecilur * Caught. Giusu ISLAND , Oct. SO. [ Special to TUB BEE.J Word has been received hero tha "Billy" Glbsou and Paul Hachton , whu sud denly left Grand Island Saturday night last the same- time that 300 was missed froii Foloy's saloon safe , to which Gibson hac access , were caught at Salt Lake City , I they cannot bo induced to come back through other weans requisition papers Xll bo ob tallied. Crow tribe of the Improved Order of Red Vlen was organized last night , a large nura- > or of visiting Ked Men , among them Past Great Sachem Dennis of Lincoln , being ( resent. Fred Hcddo. editor of the Independent , ana Mrs. Hcddo loft this morning on their ocond trip to the World's fair. . Oflicer Joseph Smith , who was shot by the mrglar a low weeks ago , is now doing well. There were indications of blood poisoning a o\v days ago , but no fears are entertained at present as tn his recovery , SUOUKU THE ST.VTK I1OU.S1C KING. Dodge County People Uellchtod with the Arraignment ot Nebraska I'olltlclann. FIIBMOXT , Oct. 20. [ Special Telegram to Tun Ben. ] The announcement that E. C. lewlck of Lincoln was.to spouk at the court house on "Steals" tonight brought out a crowded house. lie opened with the asscr- -lon that the state treasury was In debt 5700,000 and all owing to the corrupt practice of men who were in charge of state institu tions and who have been in charge of the state government. Ho overhauled the in sane asylum thieves without gloves and de clared that if justice could prevail they would all go to the penitentiary. He condemned the Board of Public Lands and Buildings in scathing terms as being accessory to the most gigantic and outra geous robberies that over disgraced a stato. The prime movers in the penitentiary frauds were likewise severely handled. Charley Moshor and his man Friday ( Bill Dorganworo ) hold up to the people In a most unenviable light , but allut the expense of the state ofllcials who should have bcon per manently removed from oftluo. The Capital National bank outrage with the bond frauds of Moshcr & Co. approved by state onlcials were also overhauled. He then turned hia attention to the print ing contracts and hold up Hathaway , Hammond mend it Co. , who , ho alleged , attempted to steal $ . ' 15,000 from the state treasury , as bright and shining lights in the republican ring. Their howl to "Stanu up for Ne braska" has reverberated over the state nnd their abusaof thu men who have been striv ing to purify state politics is proverbial. Their "pigs In thn clover'1 und "pauper farmer" articles nro familiar to all. "It is well to stale , " continued the speaker , "that if they were to hive their way in fullns they attempted to do In these printing Btenlu , the 'pauper farmer' would soon bo a reality. " Ho then turned his attention to the turn ing down of Judge Maxwell , and scored the republican railroad ring of Dodge county , to the evident delight of nil present , judging from the vociferous applause ho received. He quoted copiously from Tim BRB and eulogized Mr. Itosowater for his efforts Iu favor of a just and ublu judge. Mr. Dovlneof Colfax county followed Mr , Ho wick ou national politics , und scored the administration roundly for its financial policy. Mr , Heagan closed the discussion in a lively speech that * was very liberally cheered. GIIA.IltiIl > WITH UUIIUINQ IK\ . Jenilo Wllllitinii , u Ntthrugkit Young Woman , ArrtMtod for lrnpolllnj ; llodlui , RANDOLPH , Nob. , Oct. 20. [ Special Tele gram to Tun BEK. ] Jessie Williams , a no torious shoplifter and pickpocket , has been arrested hero uc the instance of the Sioux City police for robbing dead bodies after the Pomcroy cyclone of July G. She wont there and tundorcd her services as nurse and served several days. After &ho was gouo much jewelry was missed by relatives of tlio dead und from houses. Watches , diamonds and other articles , identified as property stolen , were recovered by the Sioux City police - lice at places where she disposed of them , and ono watch and a diamond ring stoler from u body near Storm Luke were found In her possession when nrrcsUd , , Entertained l > y Their 1'untor , FAIHMOST , Nob. , Oct. DO. ( Special to THE BBB. ] Last evening Rev. A. A. Randall 01 the Methodist Episcopal church entertained the church members at the parsonage , fi crowded house was the result. A bountcoui repast was served during tha evening , am everybody bad a joyous time. Pills that euro sick headocno : UoWitt's ' Little Early Risers. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKS Eeport of Their Condition Given Out by the Comptroller of the Currency. NOW HOLD THE REQUIRED RESERVE Volume of Dimlncsg Somewhat Smaller than In July , but Uonoral Condition Hotter Eloquent Attestation of Their , Conservative Conduct. WASHINGTON BUHIUD OF Tnn BED , ) 513 FOUKTKBXTII STHEET , , V WASHINGTON , Oct. 20. I The comptroller's ofllco issued today the statement of the Lincoln banksas shown by the report attho close of business on Octo ber 3,1893. The report is interesting as in dicating the conservative methods of bank ing in Lincoln during the present crisisv As tabulated it Is us follows : IIESOUUCES Loans and dls- counts 13,621,700 70 Overdrafts . 707 20 United Htatos bonds to bucuro circulation . 175.000 00 Stocks , seeurltle.s , utu . 53,748 SO Duo from ap proved rcsorvo 148,575 44 Dun from other national banks. . 88,570 43 Duo from state banks und bank- era . 87,423 74 Bunking house fuinlturo and llxturet ! . 48,258 07 Olhor real es tate and mort gages owned . 40,448 00 Cur runt expenses and tuxes paid , , 7,050 00 I * re in I it ins on United Htatos bonds . 59,281 53 Chucks nnd other CUSll ItUlllH . 60,231 97 Exchanges for clearliiK house , . 5,008 00 Hills of other na tional banks . 1,058 75 Specie , viz. : Gold coin . $233.C08 00 Kllvor Dollars . U3.D98 00 Silver ' * treasury , certificates . 5,64700 Sll\i-r fractional - coin . 9,735 41 Totiil specie . > " ' ' ' 271,385 41 IxiKUl ' tender notes : ; 42.88U 00 1'lvo pur cent re- , demotion fund. . 3 [ 17,875 00 Total $3,800,115 4t Capital stock paid In , . (1,000,000 00 HuriiUiH fund . . , . , . . . 148,0(10 ( 00 Undivided prnllts. , . . . . / . . rj4.U5'J 14 National bunk notes IkKuud , , 157,500 OO A mount outstanding , . J.i. . , . , 167,600 00 . . , . . . .4- . , . , : i ooo oo Individual deposit * . , . , . . 1,580,570 71 line toothur national liUs l ( \ ) , . . . 22'J.HOl HO Duo to stutu ImiiUn und hunkers 2U3.3BB 70 Nolea and lillls rudlscoiuiled , . . 174,000 00 Hills payable . CT . 112,500 00 .Liabilities other lhn.it ubove taluttd. . , . , . - , , . ' . . , . 75,000 00 Total . 13,600,115 41 Average reserve , $25.11 , 'I ho above consolidated report , as com pared with that made on the 12tlrof July , shous that while the volume of business is somewhat smaller , the reserve on hand has Increased from 20.0 in July to 25.11 in Octo ber , while the cash ou hand is enormously In excess of that reported on the former date. No Chuie In Bllrjr. The situation sn far as silver is concerned has not materially changed today. The committee of democrats ttmt has the matter in hand has bocn hard at work all the after noon upon the proposed compromise , the principal features of which huyo already been noted iu these dispatches , The state ment that the administration will absolutely refuse to give its assent to any compromise whatsoever , and that the president will vote any bill which may bo presented which falls short of unconditional repeal , is not believed to bo true. A prominent western senator states this evening that the compromise to bo formulated will bo satisfactory to the re- punlican side , and that Mr. Carlisle had definitely stated to Senator Faulkner that the republican contingent which had stood so strongly by the administration must not bo ignored in the llual determination. Opposed to n lionet Isauo. A number of the democratic senators are extremely anxious that anything looking tea a bond issue should bo avoided. They claim that if thu tinio limiting the operations of the Sherman act is restricted to July 1,1894 , there need bo no further authorization for an issue of bonds than that already con tained in the statutes under the resumption act. act.Senator Senator Carey of Wyoming tells mo this evening tnat Mr. Car lisle believes that the bond issue must follow under any circumstances , the condition of the treasury being such that money must bo borrowed In order to meet the demands for the current expense * of the government. Tno semite has been most of the day in executive session In order to allow the cotu- niitteo working upon a compromise time to adjust differences among themselves. Sen ator Hill's attempt to sccuro u majority of the scnuto in favor of general cloture has failed and is not likely to bo revived in case tlio compromise bill passes , us it Is expected to within the next few days. Mercer Wants an Aasny OHlco. Representative Mercer introduced today in the house a bill for the location of an assay ofllco at Omaha. Mr. Mercer btnted that the location of largo smelting works at that city was the best possible argument for the introduction of his measure. ' "Omaha " ho said "is the , , outlet for a very largo portion of the mining production of the west , and the Omaha and Grant Smelt ing works are the largest in the country handling rpfined bullion. " While the Indications are that the present congress will be extremely parsimonious in expending money for buildings of any char- ncter , Mr. Mercer hopes that by hard work ho will ho able to secure favoraolo consider ation for this bill. I'oiiBlnti iriguroi. The answer of Commissioner Lochren to Mr. Molklojohn's resolution of Inquiry as to the number of pensions admitted and the number rejected under republican and demo cratic rule made its appearance In print in the form of an executive document today. It makes a pamphlet of twenty-four uages , und the figures contained , which it should bo remembered - membored are furnished by democratic olll- cials , carry their own comment. Up to March ! i , last , the total number admitted were 453WH cases of all classes , while the total number of rejected chums was 1)3,047 ) , or In other word1) ) , urlor to tlio elevation of Hoku Smith to the cabinet , the total number of claims rejected was about iiO per cent of the whole number adjudicated. Since March U there have been admitted a total of ! ! 1,470 , while the number rejected is C'J,040. nearly three limes as many as wore ulloweu. In plain English , the answer to the resolution shows that under the Smith regime only about 20 par cent of claims were allowed , while under republican rule in tlio Interior department the allowances were 80 per cunt. Hnllillncn for tlio Hluclc llllu. Congressman Luoas of South Dakota will tomorrow Introduce a bill to authorize the election of a hospital and home for ox-union soldiers at Hot Springs , S. D. , to cost not over Jl'J.'i XX ) . Ho also proposes to introduce a bill for a publio building at Dcadwood ' to cost $200,000. Western Pension * . Pensions granted , issue of October 0 , were ; Nebraska : Increase James Handall. Larissa , Scotts Bluff ; Peter L. Hork , Ari zona , Hurt. Original widows , etc. Phebe J. Toplor , Hlair , Washington ; Sarah J , llock , Hay Springs , Sheridan. Iowa : Increase Patrick Wolby , Wood ward , Dallas. Ileissuo and increase Allen Diirnhlll , deceased. Osuoola , Clarke. Orig. iual widows , etc. : Increase Mary A. B. Me- Lane , Augusta , DCS Moines. South Dakota : Original widows , etc. Funnlo Aicougu , Greenwood , Charles Mix , Wyoming : Increase John Hillock , South Pass City , Fremont ; Do Witt O. Dye , Lander - dor , Fremont. 1'erionul Mention. Dr. J. 12. Summers of Omaha , Neb. , spout ast oveninc in the city on his way homo from attending the funeral of his brother , n Virginia. H. H. Schcll , late Immigrant inspector of Nebraska under the Treasury department , has boon removed to make way rfr a dem ocrat. Iowa postmasters appointed today were : Lutou , Woodbury county , J. H. Montgom ery ; Pitzor , Madison county , R. C. Spoor. PBUIIT S. HEATH. OU1C OWN ALLI5N. Nebraska's Ilecord-Dreakcr Viewed from tlio Senate Gallery. On the other side of the chamber , writes ; ho Washington correspondent of the New York Sun , sat Senator William Vincent Allen , of Nebraska. Wherever ho may go in Lhis country he will long bo pointed out be cause of his performance of last Wednesday , when ho spoke steadily all night long and ; > art of the day before and of the day after. Ho began speaking at 5 o'clock in the after noon. Ho was interrupted at 0 o'clock. Ho began again at 7 o'clock at night and when the next 7 o'clock : came in the morning ho was still speaking. Ho finished at 7:45 : o'clock. It wns not drivel that ho talked , a mere noise that ho vented , but it was such a speech as brought in a goodly audience of senators and kept them listening far into the night. Allen Is a man of the Calhoun typo the typo best represented today by John G. Carlisle. But Allen is a very blij man , broad shouldered , stout and muscular. Ho is hard-headed , smooth-faced , with a rougn cut Scotch-Irish countenance that is elo quent of breadth of grasp anu force of character and will newer , Ho dresses clerically , all in black , oven to the little flat black bow under his collar. Ho wears steel eyeglasses and has a habit of aiding meditation by chewing a toothpick. Ho is the ablest of the populists and has been a Judge in that part of the country whore eccentric notions upon the vital principles of government do not bar a man from the bench. ' Scotts Dlull Oonn'ty To < otn. GERIKO , Nob. , Oct. 20. [ Special to TUB Bun. ] The republicans of Scotts Bluff county mot yesterday nnd nominated the following ticket : Clerk. , T. II. Viokrey , ro- nominatodsheriff ; , John H.Stilts : treasurer , Ed W , Sayro , ronominatcd ; judge , O. W. Gardner ; superintendent of schools , L. L. Raymond ; surveyor , A. P. KlUoll ; coroner , L. O. Tibdel ; commissioner , George W. Lawyer. It is a ticket made unof good men. The following are the nominees of the democrats of Scotts Bluff county : Murtin Bristol , elcrk ; A. M. Carr. sheriff ; Theodore Harshman , Judge : Fred Knderly , treasurer ; Miss Itoxy Hurslimnn. superintendent ; A. B , McCoskoy , surveyor ; W. J. Chambers , coroner ; comiiisssioniir , Theodore Doutsch. There are now three full ticlwts la the field , and ono or two scattering candidates on the side by petition. A fioiiK TIIHOAT OH coiiaii , if suffered to progress , often results in an incurable throat or lung trouble. "BuowN's HHO.NUIIIAI , Titocues" flvainUnnl relief. llndor u Load of OHM. COUIMIIUS , Nob. , Oct. 20. [ Special Tele gram to Tun Bun. ] Henry Ilellbusch was accidentally killed yesterday evening. Ho was found lying under an overturned load of oats. His hired inun , who was driving and sitting on the spring neat , was thrown down nnd rendoicd un conscious. They were found by Fred Davis an hour after the accident. Mr. Hotllmscu was about un years old , and leaves u wife and three children. Ton years ago he had a brother kicked to death by a liort > o. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. INDAPO THK GKK1T HINDOO REMEDY niODCCKI IIIK ADOTR IirjtUI.TH IN BO IIAYH. Cuiesull Noivous Dlm-iiies , Full IDK Memory , \ l'nrciilRIeenlebHne5s , WonkneKRCs , etc. , , anaaulcklyliutiiuiclyrcitoics l.o t Vltiillli innliiol youriK. KaRlly carrk-il In rrstiurkct. I'lJrctlOOi uarkoKp. six fnrr , . < l ( > wlch uivrlllcncunrnnli > rl < euro orinoiu-y rcruiiilcil * l > oi't ) ltt any iiiinrliiclplcd ( lluaKUt Ki-ll } uu anu " ' < < of tmitnttun. InnUt 01 llavluff 1M > A1'O. If ho linn not K ° ' "t we vIII rtnd It by \iponrootlpt ( if jirlre. 1'iimphlet In npnlod envi'loporicc. 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