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THE OMAHA DAILY JBfffo , MONDAY , SEPTEMBER 24 , I80J.
FATAL FAIL FROM A TRAIN Eobert Blair of Suraner , Nob. , Picked Up Near Broken Bow , MO HOPE OF THE VICTIM'S ' RECOVERY Identified lyr I. Uer V mill on III * 1'rnion- to llxru lt cn on IIU May Home from Uiirklue tin Iho Idillruad ( Jtuile. BROKEN" BOW , Neb. , Sept. 23. ( Spe cial Telegram. } A man was found near the railroad track In this city this morning about G o'clock. lie was In nn unconscious state. The left aide was paralyzed , his face bruised and lelt cyo swollen shut. From letters on his person It Is thought that his name Is Ilobert Dlalr of Sunnier , Neb. He was in nil probability riding on .1 stock train and fell from the cars while Ihcy were running at a rapid rate. A stock train passed through but a short time before tlio man wag found , He had been west working ore the grade and was probably returning home. At 7,30 p. m. he Is still uncon- Hclous and no hope Is entertained of his recovery , He has relatives In Kearney. PKiVIONT : MJU'S NOTI-N. ' I'liin I'lriK.iitl for J'rlciul it SurprlMO a AVorlh.T Old Cunpln. FREMONT. Neb. , Sept. 23 , ( Special. ) Jlr. and Mrs. Joel Parcel of this city Friday celebrated the GOth anniversary of their mar riage. This worthy old couple has r sided In Fremont for many > ears , and have Ihe ven eration and respect of the entire community. They are members of the Methodist Episcopal church , and the Bpworth league planned and carried out a pleasant surprise for them on tha above date. They Invited Mr. and Mrs. Parcel to nttend an "old folks' rec'ptfon" at the church , When they arrived they were surprised to find th-msclves the center of at traction among a company of " 00 people. Rev. F. M , Slsson delivered a ne.it . address appropriate to the occasion , * and presented them with a purse of SfiO that had been con tributed by friends , and which will aid the chl people materially In preparing fur win ter. Them was singing and social conversa tion , and those present passed a di-llnlitful avpnlng. "Nigger Hob , " an old colored man who hat been a familiar figure on the streets of Fremont for many years , died nt the county poor farm , where h > was taken a tow days ago. Nobody sterns to know his rail name. Clark Sleafoos , local manager for the I < ln- Inger & Metcalf company , and Olc Olson of this city have Invented nnd patented an at tachment tor thr shlng machine. ? which docs Ihe feeding automatically. The Nebraska Demokral , a German wpckly newspaper of this city , has been purchased 9r Colonel Klllan , slule oil Inspector. He expects to remove here from Columbus and titke personal charge. He Informs The Dee reporter that he will run a. strictly Inde pendent sheet. The Knights Templar and Ancient Free and Accepted Masons lodge of this city have passed and hail publlslied resolutions which pay deep tribute of respect to the memory of their late brother , D. M. Welly. COUUT JsOTKl f'liOM Ill.AIU. ml D Kuygar I'litn In the Tlmn Hearing- Neb. . Sept. 23. ( Special. ) Dis trict court adjourned Friday night until Monday morning. Judge Kcysor has done the best he could to rush proceedings , but the attorneys arc a HUlo tired , and hence ha run out ot wnrk He Is still on Iho criminal docket. The SeattK-tirbtlicr.i pleaded guilty to steal ing chickens and were fined a small amount. Hamilton was convicted of petty larceny. This Is the case wherein Ste.\vat lltos. ' Htore was burglarized nnd the stolen articles found on the def ndant. Hay. who was charged with assault , was found not gnlity by the Jury. The jury , after balm ? cut over twentyrfour hours In the case cf Tomelson- , for robbery at Admab , could not agree. The caseuf Murderer Cyrus Dunn Is set for Monday. Judge Kcysor has ap pointed Attorney Prick ot Fremont lo bc'p prosecute the case It will be very In teresting. and a large number ot wl'neeccs vlll be put lUpon the stand for the Hate. " Dunn * will probably try to make a btrong d , feruo In that tlu- act was In self-defense. TrruniKch I'rritmiul Nnlrx. TECUMSEH , Neb , Sept. 23. ( Special. ) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heine of Omaha are the guests of'Mr and Mrs. A. E. Fr.iseher of this city. Mrs. Caroline McMellon of Betkley , Coir. . , lias , been the giust ut Mr. and Mrs , T. W. MHIer the past week A daughter was born lo Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Combs 'Wednesday. Rev. T. D. Davis of the Ilaptlst church has been attending the Nemnhn association nt Humboldt and Kev , W. II , Aloxdiulor ol th Methodist church the conference at Falls City this week. The yountr ladles ot Grace churc'i he-Id a very enjoyable musical nt th" residence o ( lr. ) and Mrs. T. K. Falrall Wednesday even- Inr tieorgo Greer. II. S. Fergason , II. J. Ben nett and T. W. Hnblnson uro nUcnillng the races nt QaleKburg , 111. Mrs. J. It. Whitney is at His b'dsldo of an ailing eon tn Itock Creek. Ivan. The Misses Cora O'Co'itioM , Ulonrh Ro berts , Nettle Henry , Ella McCrocky , Dora Aumun , May Carbln and ASmn IVosle cl Tccuuiseh have gone tu Lliioln to intrt tlie Jit lie university. Hev. OeDrge Scott Is vloltlni ; a son Ir Goodland. Kan. Mrs. Mary Appclget Is- home from an all summer's visit In New Jerspy. Charles Hcdnck has untereil the Wortn- lugton Military academy it Lincoln. Thu tate rains have pii' . the pastures In goo'il condition. John Schultz , who was seriously wounded In the back In a shooting affrif ntar thij city some six weeks ago , has liaen im proving so slowly that it was considered n ! < vlsable to remove him to a medical initltU' tlon In Kaunas City , which was nccorOI"cl5 dona this week. His chances of recovers are not fluttering. About a hundred of our Athens. no.ideil by the Military band , weit : to Sterling yts terday to attend the unveiling of Foldltr'i Btatue there. _ Duit Storm nt llxpler EXETEU , Neb , , Sept. 23 , [ Special. ) This city was visited yestoiday afternoon by a ter rlble tluat storm. Nothing could bo dls tlngulsbed on the streets far nearly an hour A Mr. Pauncefoote of Mount Ayro , Ind. lias been here the past week visiting the fam SERIES NO. 33-34. THE AMERICAS ENCYCLOPAEDIC DICTIONARY. 4 CO Pages. 250,000 Worii n V tun : , i.\u VSKPUG. A JL'OIP of Ji'i n-lcl , ) ll J u .1/1 ill tf There nre raoro tiling * InitruullTa. uieful fin ) einerutnliir In tli.it irtvat tuok. Tli- American Kntyeloi > Mi < j Dictionary , " thin la any ulinlUr puMU-iillcm uvor InminJ. Ttil Grrat vvitik. now lor iliei tlrsi lima ptuciil urtititn ilic ivault nt everyone , ts .t liultiuo puliltcatldii. fur il la : U ttiu Hinw tliiu a perfect dictionary timl u complete cnayulo. Duly tlmt uifmtx'r of the booli rorrcapanl' Jnr with the scrim iiiniitx-r of tlio co.i.u i prrHvnied win tx ilullvec H | . OJiUBuml.-irt rul Tlireerpck - < 1ajr mt > jit wllh 1A ccitta In coin , will bur iu-3 L > k-i ofTliw American Kiiprcloiwll.t lltoilja- rjr * Ecnd onlora to Tha Uoo Oniai HCrtll 6llOuUl IWUlllllBMOj U DEPABTMENP lly of 0. \ \ ' , Patton , and looking up a car load of Khoats to lake tack with him. Nick Ilccker loaded alt lit * personal prop erty Into a oar last week and has removed with Ms family to Muenster , Tex. , his future homo , Mrs. 3. I' . Rogers has pone to Don' City , ta. . where she will -visit with relatives and friends. Mm. K. J. Wclb and daughter of Alexan dria ore visiting with her parents , Mr. nnd Mrs. Hennct Kwln. J , Z. and IM Smith of Illinois are hero spending a few days with friends nnd look- ins at land with a view of purchasing. ! : . II. Lancaster dedicated Ills fine new barn last Friday night with a dance. About fitly conplo were present. John S. Couch , who lias been verjslclc for nearly three wesks Is able to be around again. _ _ VnllPT 1'rrmmnl Mention. VAI.LHY , Neb. . Sept. 23.--tpccaU ! MIssci IJlllc 1'lckard and .Maud Austin. who have been visiting friends at llcatrlce for the past month , returned lioine Inst tllRllt. Mrs. W. Kajser and little daush'.er of Tcllurldc. Colo. , arc visiting the family of Mrs , T. Hunter , J. 1) . Norrls and daughter. Miss Bessie , of Pralrlo City , la. , are In the city visiting the family of Dr. W. II. Strain. Miss Smith , teacher In the primary de partment of Hie Valley school , spent yester day with her parents In Onului. Judge Ilolromb will receive , at a low estimate , more than one-third ot the re publican vote ot Valley precinct. John Held and wife , who have been visit ing frlemls and relatives In Europe for the past year , returned to Valley Friday. The social and spelling bee nt the Presby terian church last evening was a pleasant affair. The Valley Cornet band will furnish the music for the Independent rally atVnlioo next Saturday , the 20th. Senator Allen will bo the speaker of the occasion. John Nightingale killed a rattlesnake out at AVJilttuorc's ranch yesterday that meas ured serentcrn feet In length. 1)011111 ) ! C ! ll'l5P Itrlll * . CUETK. Neb. , Sept. 23. ( Special , ) Frank Harclay ol Beatrice , who has the contract for healing the Whltin library , lias a Buni- clcnt force nt vvcrk to finish the Job In one week more. riclil Secret nry Ucv. George 15. T.iylor has departed for New HnK\atul \ , where hs work will engage htm for four or five months to come. Hebrew has recently been added totho college curriculum , and slit are tildng the work. The class In advanced astronomy is doing practical v\orl < with the three-Inch transit and chroncgiaph. " Last nlKlit the three college literary so cieties held their first meetings. They all received applications for numerous new mem bers. and o\erythlng Indicates a revival of the literary rpirlt. Your l > pea last Sunday made F. vV. Lsa- vltt chaplain Instead of captain of company A , Dounc cadets. * Onl IVr.imml Note * . OHD , Neb. . Set. SS.MSpeclal. ) John W. I'erry and daughter. Miss Musi , lelt for Omaha Wednesday morning. MIs Musa Is entered ns a pupil at IlrjAti" ! ! Ilnll. Alfred Jlltchcll left Wednesdiy for Ho.il- dcr , Colo. , on a visit to hii brother , who Is In business there. lion. II. A. Habcock of Lincoln was a visitor In the city this week. Miss Fannie Latham and Mrr. Farvvrll and son of Lincoln are visiting with Mm. J. W. I'erry. Mr. Frank " \V. Cllnc and Ml"s Nellie I. Craven were married Tuesday at the resi dence of A. W. Jackson. They kit Wednesday morning on a visit tr > eastern points. Mr. Cllne. who Is agent of the Union Pacific railway at Loup City , was formerly a resident of Onl. The youns people have the best wishes of n large circle of acquaintances here. HrlU nt Hi-nrtinir. KEAIINF.Y. Sept. 23. CSpecial. ) The foung Muh'a JlcpubUcanJ club Is now thor oughly organized and In good working condi tion. The ofllcers are : President. F. E. Betman : vlco president. II. A. Webbert ; Secretary , W. II. McCauley ; treasurer , A. J. Sherret. Mlsi Hennetta Webliert of this city and Charles Taylor ol Lincoln were married at the residence of the bride's mother Thurs day night. They will make their future home In Lincoln. Mrs. Taylor was one of the first white children born In Kearney. Kearney has 233 bicycles , and of this num ber 198 are of high grade. There Is no other town or city In tlie country of this slzo with so many fine wheels. , Neb. . Sept. 23. ( Special. ) J. J. Mellclt has purchased the Interest of P. Petcrsen In the meat market of Ilorbye & Peterson. F. II. Trowbridge has sold hla flour anJ feed store to J. II. Mullen x. Both tmnsfera were made last evening. Neither of the parties who have sold out will engage In business for the present , but expect to re main here. _ Kltlixt bv a Fall. BURCIIAnU , Neb. , Sept. 23. ( Special Tele gram. ) The body of David Snlvely , who was 76 years old , father of Mrs. S. 1' . nullta. was found this morning about 7 o'clock In s coltanvay at the letter's residence , where the old gentleman had fallen last evening and died , It Is supposed , from the effects ol the fall. _ _ Kurul Inhibition. Vienna will hava a navel exhibition In the winter of 1895-OC , the arrangements tor which have just been made. It la to be .1 collect I or of all objects of Interest connected with the congress of Vienna In 1814-15 , which re- divided Kurope after the fall of Napoleon It will Include portraits of the persons win took part In the congress Mctterntch , Tal Uyrand , Wellington , Castleroagh and othei distinguished men of the time ; paintings ol the chief occurrences during the session ol the congress , and reproductions of the fash ions , unllcrms , court dresses , and furniture of the day. _ _ K.I Til Kit I'UHKV.IST. Vurlnblo AVI lull mid 'WuniiiT In XViHtsrn VrliniBku Today. WASHINGTON. Sept. 23-Tho forecns for Monday IH : For Nebraska and Kanaai Warmer In the western portion : varlabli winds. For' Missouri F.ilr ; slightly cooler In thi extreme southeast , portion ; northwest winds For Colorado Fair ; vnrlnblo uindH. For South Pakotn Fair ; slowly rlslnt temperature ; northerly winds. For Iowa Fair ; winds becoming- variable I. "ml Ui-cord. DEMOCRATS WANT A LEADER Ho Ono Yet Slated for tha Now York Guberjatorial Nomination. TAMMANY WANTS II LL TO RUN Contcnlluu U'llt licet rm-vluy inn ! the A - urinlili'it I.ratter * Aru N < it Willing ; to llnr.ird u Itucm on the C.iiKlldutr. SAHA.TOOA , N. Y. , Sept. 23. A situation more strange than any that 1ms yet con fronted the democratic parly nnd the like of which has never been seen by any of the assembled party leaders , Is presented here tonight , within thirty-six : hours of the time set for the nomination of n candidate for Governor of the state of New York. No selection ot a candidate lias been made , and while ono name has been prominently men tioned hero tonight , no on can be said to have anything like n mortgage on the nomi nation. So far there an four candidates mentioned : Judge Gaynor' Ilrooklyn , John loyd Timelier of Albany. Frederick F. Cook of llochcster nnd Senator David II , Hill , lanlel S. Lockwcod of Buffalo was mcn- lonecl. but It Is said by those who know odiy that he Is practically out of the rac ? and that Mr. Sheehan's support , which may laminate Krle , will be thiown toward Jook. Every effort will bo made , however , D Induce Mr. Cook to accept the second ilace upon the ticket In cnss cither Judge Vaynor or Seuator Hill Is a nominee. As to Jr. Hill as a candidate , Lieutenant Governor Sheehan said toduy : "I conversed with Senator Hill on the natter Saturday afternoon befors leaving Al bany for Saratoga. He not only said he vould not bo n candidate , but Insisted I should not broach the subject to him any nore airl hoped no further mention of It vould be made. Nevertheless , Tammany at ts meeting tomorrow will send a committee o wait upon the senator and try to prevail upon him to be n candidate. For lieutenant governor there are three lames mentioned : Frederick Cook ot lochestcr , John J. Llndon of Ulsltr county and Jacob U. Cantor of New York , with the chances seemingly largely In favor of the second named. Tor Judge of the court of appeals only one candidate Is mentioned tonight , Judge 'Itus. of Erl ( , although there ,1s a rumor hat the name of Judge B. Parker will be presented by his friends , THIS iicoiu : > s. Sonutor Allison Oprin the ItDpnhUnin Cnni- ] ) ign ! lit Oltiiunv.i , In. OTTUMWA , la. , Sept. 23 , Senator Allison opened the republican campaign at this place yesterday. There was a large audience out to hear htm. He reviewed the rapid and unprecedented increase' In "the wealth and manufacturing of the country under the policy of protection after the waste of the war , and the prosperity which reigned when the present administration came Into power. He then pictured the paralysis that seized tmon the business and Industries Jt the country when It became known that the democracy was to have control 3f all branches of the government. Moneyed men became suspicious nnd refused to give the accommodations that are necessary for the conduct ol business. Manufacturers became doubtful of the future , the stability yf prices and the market for their goods. Plants were shut down , nnd as a result there has been an amount of unemployed labor In the country hitherto unprecedented In Its hlstoiy. ' He devoted considerable tlma to the Wil son bill and to the measure as It was linally enacted Into law , Of the many Inequalities and discriminations ot the bill ho mentioned a few : . Wool , an Importa'nt agricultural pro'duc- tlon , of twenty-one states , was placed dn the 'roe list. Rice and the agricultural productions of a few southern states were given u protection of SO per cent. Tobacco , largely produced In the south , was left practically unchanged , although Its manufacture In various forms is honey combed with trusts and agreements to main tain prices. The great industries ot the country , such ns Iron and steel , cotton fabrics , except those made in the south , were placed at a rate of duty to encourage the largest Im portations from abroad and the smallest production ? .t home. Many of the woolen manufacture wire so reduced as to close their mills , wlilUt manu facturers of boots and shoes , of Ie.Ulit.-r , anil of paper In all Its forms , remain r > rartjrally ns provided for In the act of ISSOvtu ! suffi cient protection to cnablo the producers h-rc to hold the market. The duty on pearl buttons \\AS high in the McKInley till , hoping to iivlucc the n-anu- facture here , or rather to restore it. This wns Especially denounced everywhere in the cam paign of 1S92 , and jet the duty on pearl buttons , aa It came frcm the house nnd ns It passed the senate , gave 81) ) per cent pro tection to the producers hero , .ml was so phrased , aa I am told , to actually Ir.oreas ; the price. The duty on llcorlca In alt its manufacture was 514 cents a pound under the law of ] SDO. a high duty , and was reduced to 5 cents a pound by the Wilson bill. The fact that this manufacture Is wholly controlled by demo crats in Connecticut , ot course , had no Influence enceIn preserving this 'highly protective duty. Soda-ash , produced In Syracuse by the largest single combination In the United States , retained the duty of 14 cent per pound , as provided for In the act of 18)0. ! ) This manufacture Is largely controlled by a syndicate of democrat ! ) in th ; United States , and Kngllsh capitalists. Lead ore was placed at 15 per cent , ad valorem , while ample protection was given to the products of lead controlled by what Is called the "Lead trust. " Cotton ties wer. placed upon the free list , although the Iron cr steel from which they are made was made dutiable at 25 per cent ad valorem In thri house and Increased ta 3 ( per cent In the B nate. Duties were reduced all along the line or spirits , wine and malt liquors Impelled , making an aggregate reduction of more thai ? 1.EOO.OOO In the revenue. The revenue from laces , cmbrolil'rles , silks plushes and kid gloves , and kindred articles of luxury was reduced to Iho extent of JO- OOO.OOD. So that this bill , as It passed HIE house , was full of .Inconsistencies-and Incan- grultles. whether as a measure for revenue or protection. They marked many Industries for abso lute destruction , and others for gradual de cay and others were preserved v > ltlioul change , Hut In all this adjustment they re duccd the revenue ? 7B,000,0'.K ) , rrvjilng E present deficit ot that sum und a parnianm detlclt of from $25.000,0 ( > 0 to WJWO , x)0. ) IAMii. : NOT A CANDIUATU. llui Ko Ambition la Hit Iho .Namlncu fui Governor of Npir York. NEW YORK , Sept. 23. Sfcretary of "Wai Lament has .returned to AYashlngton. lie fore leaving ( own be denied that hr hac com ) to the city to consult with leaders a : ta the gubernatorial nomination , "It is not true , " lie Bald , "that I liavi been conferring with local leaders hero a : ta the possible nomination of William C Whitney , myself or any other democrat foi governor. The administration has ; io n.n < ] | datJ. " "You .TO said to be the presMinfn per sonal cholco for governor. " "I have no ambition to be a gubartmtorla nominee and It I expictel Ihul iiy i > .im < would come before the con\cnton ! I take prompt measures to prevent It. " YoorlicrM tlpeiift thu IIUIMI TKimfi HAUTE , Sept. 23. Senator Vcor hees opened the campaign last right at Ar inory hall In the presence of 1,200 people , th capacity ot the building. Kx-Uepaty Com mlssloner of PetislantMcLean pre.ildetl , anil la a brief speech , alluded to the renlar In Uluna senator's career In congress. The ten ntor's speech , which required two hours to delivery , was read from manuscript , tb flrit time be ever addressed his home pripl except extemporaneously , The a-nator * . in good voice In iplte of lit * recent sever ulcknesi , and while the speech l.u-kpd the flr § whlclr'hAA hitherto marked Ms pvbllo utternncesi'Yt'was , nevertheless J.fHrllly np- plnmled. 'Henrftor Voorhees Is hilled , for twenty-flyy' spt-ccheu In Indiana during the campaign. Nllyrllf'-i I'DtigrittulHtn , limo . VIItQINl'A CITY , NfV. , Sept. 23. The state central commlitce of Iho silver party , through Hi'1 ' ch'.tlrmnn , James II , Klnkrnd , has wrlttoli'1a complimentary letter to John P. Jonco , commending bis course In leaving the republican , party. The letter assures the senator that he need not feel called upon to resign Wiq , pnatorshlp on the demand of the republican * party , and declare llMl he owes his position to Iho vvholo people of Nevada , who ; Irrespective of party , wish him to repcsctil them In the United States utnat ; , 1/oH tral Hereafter The Bco will nmko a uniform charge ot 2 cents per word per Insertion , in advance , for political notices. No notice to bo less than CO cents. Candidates can publish cauls at the same rate. A ONE BAIL HOAD. Novel IPcnturrB of the 1'rnjrrtril Ktornted SjnU'iii r HoHton , What ts known as the Melgs elevated rail road system , which has been exploited in Huston for seventeen years , has ticcurtd the necessary legislative sanction and the work ot construction Is commenced. The unique feature of the road Is that only one rail or girder will be used. According to the In ventor , J. V. Melgs , the posts will rise about forty-six feet apart along the curbing , These will be smiarp , having1 but eighteen Inches to obstruct light on the four sides. There will bo fourteen feet In the clear below where the fciipoortin wheels strike the track at nn angle nr 15 degrees. Forty-two Indus above this balance- wheels , forty-two Inches In diameter , will run along the side oi the rail , but at right angles to its upper surface. As can be Imagined , this will give the appearance of a V when the train Is coming along , but after it lias passed nn upright post , with two "shoulders" near the top. simply the width of mi ordinary track will remain. Light girders will extend across from the posts. These , he explained , would not be as largo as shown In the cut nnd would not exclude the sun to any perceptible degree. At the same lime these girders would per mit of four trains being run by supplement ing two extra tracks. So much for the superstructure. Now for the train that Is to be run over It. This , as planned. Is to consist of an engine twenty- nine feet In length , a tender twenty-five feet In length , and t\x \ cars , slxty-sU feet long , each of which will b < ! capable of seating 101 persons. The rntlrc train Is designed to be cylin drical in shape. In explaining this Captain Melga paid to the lloston Globe man : "In the first place , there Is n big saving In light for properly owners along the line. You can see how the rays will strike , past the sides of the cars and go directly to stores and offices underneath. "Then tlrro Is the saving In material and consequent cost of building. Again there Is a saving of 50 per cent of the pressure on the track with the wind against the side of the car. i "At the same. Um * , " said Captain Melgs , "wo can getian , Inside measurement of nine fe > t four Inches i Ui height by ten feet four Inches In ulillji , " Wh-n the big rounding platforms Iliawllj permit the entire car to bo emptied in , w nty-flve seconds are taken Into consideration , , the benefits ot cylindrical cars will bj appreflated. " Beside the r Rujar windows there will be a line of "skylights" wltb curtains to keep out the sun. . 'These will furnish Unlit to the ' csnler row of scats' that will have n serpent ine line of backs , 'or ' In other words , will be arranged on ( he tite-a-tete ? plan. The other seats will bo run "the " length of the cars In stead of crosswise. ' In speaking1 of 'tho power to run Ills trains ( Captain Mclgs'sald- "Boston people want rapid ' 'tfjnslf , not ex periments. Thi trains can be run by com pound nlr or bV electricity , but on my road "ttiey w'ill' ' bo FunMty strain. My , locomotives l'nr all ericaB < m'ln"tJtrE ' and tKere wlll be lit- ! lie nolsu-nnd rifl fltiit ordirt. . " "The Melgs engine will bavo n grate sur face that will permit : Its liaiillng a tialn of six cars ; at a rale of twenty" miles an hour with two and ono stops to the mile , and will be practically noiseless. At this we are figuring on twenty second stops , anil with a system ot loops from the center of the c'ty wo can give the wage earners , who repre sent SI per cent of the p ople. suburban homes within twenty minutes of their places ot business. " In brief , the Melgs plan contemplates cars ot the same shape ns the "Innk" cars that nr i familiar to every ono who rides on the railways. These will run on a sliiKle rail by means cf wheels resting on a lever projec tion from the superatructure. Then en gines that will develop the sr eitcsl power through the availability of great heating surface are depended upon to "furnish the requisite speed. PRESERVED HI3 DIGNITY. liut the I'lnlT 1)1(1 ( Not Avail to Save Him from : i Uoltlnir. A well dressed and very dignified gentle man boarded a cross-town car a few days ago , s.ys the Now Yurie Herald , Jutt asthe first drcps of 'What ' pr vcd to be a very hard rain storm began to fall. He was accom panied by his wife , his son , who was , per haps , a dozen years old , and Ills Ilttl : daughter. They had no umbrella and had evidently taken the car simply to get out ot the rain. Ho handed the conductor 15 cents , and after three fares had been duly "rung up , " the conductor asked how chl the girl was. The dignified , j.assengcr grew Indignant. "Maybe she's C and maybe she's 5 , " he answered , "but that Is wholly my business , s r , and nne of yoiir. < / "She Is more than 4' , Isn't she ? " Um con ductor asked. "Well , what It Hhe Is ? Yon have no business to oak Impertinent questions about her , " exclaimed the angry man. "But , " tha conductor pjrsUtcd , "she lacks moro than 4 years old , and EO I want an other fare , please. " "What ! " exclaimed the pjssenger , "you want mo to pay 5 cenin ftr that little glrlV I will not do It. I wmild rather not pat ronize fiueh a company as this. If you ln- s st en asking faru fr such a child I will leave the car. " "All 'right , " wan th conductor's amwer , ' as ho pulled the hfll nnd the cr xtopped. "Step lively , please. " The dignified gentleman and his family hurried out of the car Intu the pouring rain , and after standing , ou.,4hu ldvwulk , kng enough to get thoroughly wet through they were seen to beandfloother ear which came alrng a blcck bfthlr.d the first. "I have lets , tfj yinny pasbeugers. " said ths conductor of the ear , "but that's the funniest yet.TIi lclea of that man get ting h mself and > liH family soaking wet and paying 10 nl extra In the next rar Just b caiife I > ynul/In't let him beat me .cut cl fi ctnts JCf a cirl 7 or S years old ! And lie didn't try lo give me the blurt about 'never befh Wijert to piy for her be fore. ' either. " If * I _ ( Imftliif ; [ ( /i iiiut on tinNnou , According to s-tlito Pittsburg Dispatch a prominent surgeon * * $ < thai If chlldmi are taken In hand WM'they are quite young , their nosea can | , ia. ' adapted to eyeglasses without danger .iQr/ ; much pain , and he Is willing to make - \ | 'p experiment If any mother will furnish lhVd sunjeul , He will charge nothing. His Idea lfi.to engraft a protuber ance on each shlj' , , the uo&o na a fort of saddle fur the r.lasajs. lo rst nn. Tlry would be no tllstlgiiremrn , uq the glasip * would cover them.Vlicu.fnuu was formed glasses v'cre unknown , he oy many IIOJE& were un provided with the tU'reEsary ' hump to keep them on. U Is highly Important lint this oversight should be remedied. llp.nl limiting In , in .iin. Prof. Peal , the ethnologist , recently de- ecrlbed to the- Asiatic society the i.ondltioii u ( the head hunting Njgu ou the borders ul Assam , The women art ; to blame [ or the continuance of tli9 practice. They taunt the young men who ure not tattooed , and ( be latter go out and cut off hf.ids to exhibit tc them , fully half of which nre thoie of women and children. The area occupied by the tribe is not moro than twenty miles square , but In It during the lait forty y ar * more than 12,000 murders have been committed ( or the fake ot Itieae ghaitly trophies. TRAVELING ON HIS NERVE Qjcor Wager Made in Boston and How it is Being Won. PAUL JONES' ' GLOBE GIRDUNG RACE llrnchfil Oumlm mid XV III l irn u I'mr Dol- liiri * Hern to Help Illm n IIIVuy to I'timo unit rorliuif IIU Kliiry. Paul Jones , known afl the "globe trotter. " arrived In this city Saturday nn hla trip nround the world on a wager of $5,000. He Is stopping at the Poxton and will bo In the city for a few days. This Is one ot the most unique trips for fame and coin that has probably been undertaken by umbltloits per sons. t Jones Is a tall , good looking young man about 30 years old. lie Is a graduate from Harvard college and for the past four or five years has been Jngugsd In newspaper work In Boston. He Is a member of the Hub Press club and that Is where the wngcr was made which Is sending him on this journey. Junes Is an assumed name , his real cogno men being Pfelffcr , and he Is a native born American who believes that almost anything can be accomplished by push and persevitf- cnce. He never hesitated to express himself In forcible terms on this subject when he hud an opportunity , and this was the direct cause ot the wager. The stipulations were that he was lo fcturt from the Press club fooms without a cent or a stitch of clothing and make a trip around the world In ono year apd earn $5,000. Hu Is not to beg , borrow or steal any of this money. The first wager has been followed by others until It Is alleged that HUTU U $ i > 0,000 up on the result. On Fcbruiry 12 of this year the start was made , und JuntM stood In one of the loums of the Hoston Press club shivering an. ! clad In a costume that would have been the envy of a South Sea Islander. A blizzard was rag- Iny on that ilMc and he was at his wits end , vvlillo thopc who had made thewnger with him were enjoying an extra bottle , bi > - ll-evlng flint they hnd already won their bet. Ho posted a not cc on the door of the room Mating that tin would exhibit himself to the members of the club for the sum of 1 cent. In this manner he earned his Ilrst 20 cents , and with It hired a man to pur chase a newspaper and a paper of plus. With these unifies he made a paper bull , tnd the curiosity rf the members of the club caused them to again pay a price to see him in hla new mil. Afterwards he made hlniM-lf n suit out of a horse blanket , nnd fold this to u. Hosto" merchant , and iurch.c < 1 a suit of clothes with the pro ceeds. Then he was ready to rlnrt. He 'obtained cmplojuicnl blacking boots , sweep ing cut and In various ways managed to get enough money to buy a bicycle on which he travels it great deal. JDIICH came to Omaha from Milwaukee , and says that sn far ho has carne.l nearly $3,00(1. ( He expects to win I he wager mil will leave this coun try. taking a tioamsh p from San Francisco about the 1st of October At Chicago be was employed In me of the largo retail es- tabllsmei.ts at a big salary for a wk. . He lectured In Minneapolis and St. Paul and told photographs of himself. In Omaha he will endcavoi jld to his fln.iiicl.il nc- cctint by clerking In a well known depart ment store and oli.i > r Uc. In speaking nbciit lie .success of his trip Jones said : "This Is the one thing which my trlj * Is teachingme : If a man will sink hH pride. forget Ills prejudices and do his best uiulei all circumstances , he call get along in an > part of the world. "I liayp talki-d with men nnd women who have L'ondiled ' to mo Ktrange thing : ! they have experienced in life which have , with out exception , given emphasis to what Is , with m" . a toil of crccti. "Human nature will Always be human na ture : hope has Inherent power to r > > < urrprt , , ft ! ? < ; lf. and thp golden rule of life is some thing more than a Aiuooth string of words. ' "Mixing with men and women of every station In life all over this country I have acquired a profound respect for two charac teristic trails : Tenacity In a man anrt fidelity In a woman. "There Is. however , a blind tenacity which never lets go tvcn II In the wrong : and tin-re Is a weak tenarlty which gives tip although absolutely right. "So , too , there Is a false fidelity which In jures that lo whlc-h It l.s faithful ; and there Is a worse than dead fidelity which never re- veaU its plrPiiRtli. "Hut whatever the characteristics rf a jnnn or of a woman may b ? ; however extensive or confined ilip life occupation Is. each one learns that Hi ? supreme test of life Is. as " some cue has. expressed It action , action , action. "Anil thp secret of thp successful accom plishment of my own undertaking , if there be a secret , Js bound up In that same axiom. " EEI , . u It Dci'Iilft'l.v 1 1 ill for u ICo.it F.O.I ( I of rutiiM'iiipn. A parly of anglers lud ,111 exciting tinip with un eiicirmciis pel en Culver lake , New Jersey , one day last week suys a dispatch. They ntrrnvvl ) escaped danger In the light. Tha party uiimlttrd. of Charles J. Cbarlca , John inland und Adroit G. Baldwin , well known Nsv.niken > , and John Culln ot Maries- boro. They .started in the morning after black bass. Suddrnly Culln felt a tugging at his line. It W.H a v. clous pull and nearly drew him oul of bis bunt. He dicvv b.ick , however , and -\erted all bis strength In jerking In the line. 1U got his victim close to the a do of the boat. Instantly n monstrous crl leaped out of the water nnd Inln the beat. II iiiulnned ull arund , und thru nuulc a savage attack on the angler t'ullii held on to Iho pole tuul got twisted "ip with the eel. HP fell on the bottom or Um boat with the eel on top. Ctillu'a uompaiikns utti-mpted to help him. and got langh-d up In the effort. First the eel was underneath and then Culln. Th. ' croaluro w.u as Urge and thick as n black- snake. and jumped around Culln and cov ered him v.'lth jllmr , almost ruining h s clothes. Then It began biting. It snapped like a serpent. It ithplnreil great ttrength , and grabbing cue nt Cnlln's shoes- which bail become untied , pullcil It off and then bit off the heel 1'ulln'n frlendo became alarmed , and on-e of them got hold of a Imtclipt that was lying In the Firm of the boat. He mails hcveral i-furls to strike the eel. but the -latter rqulrmed around so he could not succeed. At iaat , by n lutky bl.w , lie sev ered tin' head from the body , tnd In n mo * ment the creature wan dead. In the ed'i , mouth was a piece cf the wed ut the side of thp boat that It had bitten off just before It WHH Utleil. Culln was In a snrry plight and was thoroughly frlihttiad. ; All the party were grcitly excited and contended that they hud cnciuntercd n neii serpent or a mongoose or Fometlilng of the klnil. Hut Invcstlga- t on pr iivol that It was only .1 Irememloui eel. ab ut MX fpft lout ; and eight or nine Inches In clrciimfi'renci- . DUJL IN THE DARK. Jotm 1'uilry I'.icli.insr * Mi tft nllli it liureliir In III" KlU-licn John Hyle lesldrs at 2313 Spencer Hreet and with him lives John Ualley , bin t-un-In- law. who Is IS years oH. La.it night ut about 12 o'clock , when ull 'tha people of thp house had Jim gone tu bed up-italra , Itallcy heard u mdse In the lov.cr purl of the huiso. Ho armed himself with a rcvoK- mid wpnt down to liiventlgnte. He prowled around un til -reached thp kitchen. When ho en tered this lip ran up agjlnat i < omeihlng tlmt t.lt like the lurrel of a revolver preiilng him In Hie Kldp. He Jumped adlile anil al most at the vaine moiupnt the revolver was 11 ml and the bull went through the lle-iliy part of hla fomirm. He returned ftr- with two fchoU , but thti room wu so Jjrli Unit he could ll-1 uike aim. HP then callfJ for the police. An Investigation disclosed that every door and window of the houno was securely faa- t ned , except n cellar window. hlch was open. Nothing vias mlsalntj except llalley'i watch , which wu found later on the porch , Minrt an I s rr , New York Weekly Klrit AiurrtUt I am tlr-d of life , uml vant to die. i yo me oul und kill a mayor , or governor , or some- dlnga , BO I got executed. Second Anarchist--You cUkn my advice , and don't kill no mayors or governors. lcy vlll dake two or three y ar finding out If you areznnp enough ta hang. Shust you drive up to Shantytuwn and run ofcr a pig. Den you ga shot right avny. A NEW INFJLA CJON SCHEME. Tumping VVInil Intu tlu < Kiirtli tu Inrrcano tin * I loir of ( lit * . What is known as the Heckert-Howland plan for generating natural ga. * In the bowels of the earth Is about to be given n practical dcnionstratln at Klndby , O. Thp neces sary pumps and engines are now being erected on the site of the old Welhcrnld rolling mills In the northeastern part of tint city. Thli I * In the vicinity of several abandoned gas wells which wilt be utilized for conducting HIP experiments. The the ory' , which was evolved by William llcckert. n well known mechanical eng nccr. nt pres ent a member of the Flmllay city council , will vurk a revolution In tha natural gas region It It proves practical , Heckert nioposcs , by means of powerful pumps , to fo'rco nlr ilovrn to thn gas bearing rockB , which It will permeate and thereby become Infused with the active properties of the gas Itself. It Is contended that as now burned for fuel the natural gas re quires tn ndmlxturo cf nlno parts of air to ono fart of pas , nnd that thU mixing can as well be dane In the earth us In the stove cr In thp furnace where II Is burned. The great trouble In the gas righn Is not so much the decrease In the volume of ica * an the de crease In thu pressure. This has fallen off. In a line ; portion ot DIP Ohio field from 100 paunds , tt which It started , to forty to eighty pounds , nnd this U fumd to be tn- sulficlent to crnvfy the gas frum the wells through the system of pipes to thp point of consumption. The fr ctlon takes up all the Initial pressure Hy Heckert's process this lost pressure wilt be re-established. His air pumps , con- Kt-intly at wrk , will force cnc-ugh air down one hole tu create a pressure sutllclent to force the remaining ga * . mixed with the air , out of snveral other holes , and give It u strong Initial presMiio In the pipes. The tis ; thus formed , or charged with air , will be ready for burning with little additional mixture of air at the plnt of c mbustlnn. It Is also claimed by HccKcrt that air thus pumped down Into the rock and passing over and thrmigh the pools of ull which are now almost universal In the Tmiton rock In this fcctl.'ii , will take up the volatile gas cf the oil and force It up the convenient wells rody for use. Inside of a month or two the preparations for the trial of this Important theory will be made. PENN'S HOUSE. The Ou.ilnt riiliil : liiln | ! ll.illilliiff . III Which HIP Olil O nl < pr . 'lot. Within sight of the famous old Chester mills In I'pland ' township , and facing the mill race , thprc stands today , nnd has stood for more than 200 jears , the quaintest , iiueer- cst little building In ull Pennsylvania , says the Philadelphia Item. It Is a building thnt links the past with the present ami about which cluster incmorlis and legends of men nnd women whey names nre 'Indlssolubly connected with the history ot the slate. There William Petm. the ItelUrs , Wlior- loys , Quaies. Townt-rnils , lllcklcys , Puseys und u dor.cn other Mndrcd i-plrlls would gather to discuss the affairs of the- early Eel- tiers and framp laws for the government of themselves and Quaker brethren. Finm Incal traditions It Is learned that the place was built by Caleb Piwcy tu 1CS3 , Just ut > out A j-car after IMP establlMnnf rit of the Chester mills , of which I'usoy was the man ager , and the site was cliiisen as much for cmivonicnce as foi its natural beauties , though the latter were by nu nifatis lack"- ini' . Tlie housp was originally one and a half stories In height , and had only Uvu looms , ono on the ground lloor , the second being the attic or loft , eiilranrc to the latter being by means of a crudely made ladder. The wlrdows on thp giotiinl lloor were primitive in style with old fashioned diamond panes , while thoj < e In the attle were more like doors than windows. The root was the old "Dutch , " and was of tiles and shingles , while the liou.se Itself w.u of brick brought over from Kngland for that express purpose , and the walls are of un usual thlckmss. Today and for the past twenty-two years it lias been occupied by John Jordan , a col ored coachman , nnd his family , and many u party ot visitors have they shown over the building , telling the legends and qu.ilnt lore of people long since dtad and forgotten. q > C'ouUln't I orgpt Him. A man from the Interior of Indiana was In New York not long ago and , meeting a friend there , proposed ta blow him oft to a good "dinner , says the Detroit Free Press. He didn't know just where to go , and by Rome chance ho stumbled into a swell cafe , where prices cKmb higher than the thermome ter on the holiest claj. The Indlanaiati never thought of that , though , and h.nl a dinner that was really tine , having left It to the wallers' lasto and discretion. When the bill was presented It WHS for SIT.U. ; . "What do you mean by this ? " he ex claimed as IIP looked It over. "Thai's the bill , sir , " replied the waiter re spectfully. "Hxcuse me , " said the Hoosler , gulping down his feclliiKs before1 his guest , and lit ? B.IVO the waiter a $20 bill. When the change wax brought back he chucked It Into his pocket and started out , his friend being sonic distance In advance. "Beg pardon , " murmured the waiter , "are you going to forget me. sir1' "Forget you , " hissed the Iloosler , In a low , penetrating hiss , "forget you ? AVell , you bet your life I never forget a man that lets me pay $17.25 for a dinner when dinners are plenty for 00 cents , uml , if I ever catch you In the state of Indiana , hv gum , you'll wish I had forgotten you , and ilun't you forget that , will you ? " nnd he walked out so mad that if there had bfcn li.i'f ' a show for him he would have tackled the waiter right then and there. < A On ilnr * tirmn ruv. The quaint Ilttlp Flemish town of Fumes , situated twelve mile ! ! fioni Dunkirk , has just celebrated Its annual procession with the fervor of the mlddls URI'I. This procession , which iu reality la n l'as > ion play , enacted by groups , wa > I n ? 11 tntcd many ctnturli-s ago. In atonement for Hi" .irrlllgcous act of two feoldlers. and has t > lnrc > undergone no ctuiuge. Ths town becomes for this single day In the year the rendezvous for devotee * and pilgrims from all parts of Delglum. The proceslon conslMM of forty groups , and the csslumes many of which are provided by the Inhabitants of the town , who regard It an n privilege to figure among the actors are cf the richest di'scrlpllon. Tht sacrifice ct Abraham , th ; propils ! , St. John IcaiMng a lamb , the stable of Dethlehem with Mnrj and Chili ) . tlu < vhrpherds , the king * of the east , Ihe flight into Hsypt , and all the epi sodes of the Savior's life flu entry Into Je rusalem with the apoitlcs , the Last Supper , the Garden of Olives * , the betrayal by Judas and the scene * of the crucifixion art HIP groups \\hlch constitute thin panorama of the Passion. iich group In preceded by petti- tents wearing long robes , with head and ftti < ? concealed by a cowl , und walking bare- tooted. As teen as the "Passion play" U over the public hniibci are- besieged , uml dinciiiR beglnx In the numerouu booths at up ( or the occasion , Tim t rimr ; < ly of : i I'lut. The sotihrclte vrau mad , KIJM the Detroit Sun. Sun.She had waited four hours for an " inget" to turn up , aid aho was athlrst. "PeztP1" the said , nnd "Sacrlsta ! " Then Mie added lo her Krpnoh maid : "Musette , go elmto ths duck ! ' ' " 1 cannot clias. ze duck , Mademoiselle , wlzout ze five cent. " returned Musette. "Then chato yonrlf" exclaimed the ou- brettp. bitterly , and > * tie drink a bottla nf hair dye. It wa a bad Jay for the soubrelte. A Urprexeil turkvt. Watlilngton Star' "Wll , Mr , Sml'.h r , " said the admiring young woman , "there Is c rtalnly i great d al of satUfdctlon In being a poet when a panic arrives The hard time * can't ' possibly makv much difference In thu demand for tlu product ! of gtnlut. " "That t Just where you mak your mis take , " ealU Smlther * ejrnc tly. "Tho big soap manufacturers haven't bien doing anything like tlictr ordinary amount of ad vertising. AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA William Kane linkcs a TLoiouglilj Teg j Fashion Attick 011 Patrick Qulnnt , 11 JJ BIT HIM StVERELY IN SLVERAL PLACES | Trunk Sirniumi ln < rfl n Leg In Trying to 4 , llrcovrr it lint rarni.-ri ii'npc : trum ) IHcliMiiy Jtotiln-r * Otln-r ) Single C'lly Notr * . William Kane wa ? arrested yesterday morning about 2 o'clock for committing a most vicious assault upon Patrick Qulnn. ( Julnn walked Into Shannon's saloon on Q street and ordered a drink. Kane was sit ting In the place and as soon as ( Julnii en * tered ho called him a scib. Qulnn dwiled the accusation uml Kane got up nnd ald ! "You are not only a scab , but 1 can llclc you In less time than II takes to tell It. " "You'll have tp show me , " said Qulnn , ns he began taking off his co.it. The men clinched and tussled for a moment , when Kane sank his teeth Into the muscles ot Qulnn's leg , just below the hip , and bit out a chunk of flesh. The blood spurted out and this seemed to stimulate Knnc and ho took another blto Just below the first wound. After wrestling u little longer Kuno sank his teeth Into Qulnn's. back , biting- him In sK different places. Ho was bit ten In eight places In all. Kane acted like a mad dog , nnd It was with great difficulty that ho was kept from doing Qulnn further Injury. A physician wns sent for nnd after dressing the ttoumh Qulrin was taken home. A lit tle Inter Kane was locked up and will bo prosecuted for mayhem. Qulnn Is well known as a local sprinter. .V IIK fur n lint , Frank E. Swanson came very near losing his life Saturday night. He was on n motor car returning from Omaha. On Twenty- fourth street , between L and M. his hat blew off. He Jumped from the car before It stopped and his loft leg was drawn under the wheels and crushed from the ankle to the knee. He was taken to the hospital , where the leg was amputated jutt nbova the knee. Swatison works for Ills brother In the milk business and has been 11 % Ing at Forty-eighth and Q streets. He Is a single man. lie was very low last night and his recovery Is tuitc | doubtful. 'IlK'y KCJII Tln-lc ftl ll. Two farmers , who did not leave their names , reported to the police that while on their way home Saturday night six nten attempted to hold them up on Q street op posite St. Mary's ' cemetery. When ordered to throw up their hands they refused to obey ciders and whipped their team Into a fast run. The highwaymen followed fern n short distance , but finally gave up the chase. The men had brought In a load of corn each and had quite a little money In their pockets when halted. Al.iuln 4 Ity ( tiH4ii ) . Miss Carrie Wrcde of Council Bluffs apt-lit Sunday wljh Mrs. J. M. Tanner. Samuel T. Shrlgley will ask the democrats to place him on their ticket for assessor again this year. A number of bad silver dollars are being passed In South Omaha. Several were taken up by the police Inst night. Miss Mollle Her celebrated her thirteenth blrlliduy Saturday eienlng by giving a party to n number of her young companions. Rev. Father L > . W. Morlarlty has gone to Louisville. Ky. , us n delegate to the national convention of the Young Men's Institute. , The city council meets tonight. Mayor Johnston will appoint some person from the Fir t ward'to fill the vacancy In Iho council caused by the letlgnatlon ot W. M. Wood. 1 Patrick MUlvllilll. while on his way homo j late Saturday night , fell from the sidewalk and broke his jaw. He was taken to the South Omaha hospital , where the wound was dressed. He Was then taken home. The work Of boring artesian wells to sup ply water for the Slock Yards" company and the packers of this city Ins already begun. Two wells are being bored In the vicinity of Sixteenth and 0 strscts , The work will be pushed until the job Is com pleted. Herman , son ot Henry Koll , Seventeenth and M streets , yesterday went down to the river to fish. He was on a high clllf cut- t'-s ' a fishing pole when ho lost Ills balance and fell a distance of about twenty feet. His left arm was broken nnd he was other wise painfully Injured. III. Unr ! < I'.isl HrvmliMl. Indianapolis Journal : Midnight. The Countesi ( icsiindhelincr , nea Pork- Ingham , wan listening Intently. The count was talking In his xlecp. True , when she had exchanged her mil lions fur lila title she had waived all thoughts of the past , but with a woman's natur.il curiosity , she wished to know for tha sake of knowing. Breathlessly she hearkened. From the . -f'fl finely chlfeled lips of her aristocratic spouse came the words : "Gollar puttons , two for five. Nlca Ivorlne collar puttons , two for live. " So common at this season , Is a seriom canlUInn , liable to lead to disastrous results. It U n sure sl.n . of declining "je.V.tli tone , anil lliattlio bloo.1 Is Im poverished and impure. The best and most successful remedy Is found in Which nwkpt rich , Iipnltby Wood , and tliu.i RivcM ctrcnglh to the , nerves , elas ticity to tlm muscles , vigor lo tlio brain nml luultli to the whole body. 1 truth , Hood's ijarsaparilla Mattes the He snro to get Hood's anil only Hood's Hood's Plllo a pnri-ly vcs table , per- icctly Liuniilcn , always rellaMt ) and beucflciaU TS , ROYD'Stomm. m. H. ran ft GRUI PERFOIUUIGE NKWKsT In uu'ry si'iiKo tlio word DEVIL'S Impllm. AUCTION. RDMEV-UID HOVEL You may foci all the people some of tin And tome of the people all Hie tlmo ; Itut you cannot fuel all the peoplu ull th * time. ivnr v PIIOMISK FULFIM-KD WHAT MOUK CAN YOU ASIC1 Timely prices-2Jc , Me. TZc and II.'X > , I5TH ST , THEATER r 15,25. 35 and 50 Cents. Telephone 1531. TONIGHT. I'Kiiov WAHD & VOKE3 lUaotn A RUN ON THE BANK. Jlmtlnee nr