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II - 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ THE oMAhA \ flATLY lJTJ : ! : SFN DAY , PEBRUA1IY 17 , 18m'i. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
101l0wl'd declared that Mr. 11 was merely
threshln oh ) straw. 'ho present time wal
ho dl'clared , Inappropriate for such a resolu-
tion. coming 01 the very hlls of the mon-
Itrous attack which the prl'sllent had mall"
upon the currency and credit of the United
. StRte In his bargain to lel our homls ( abroal
on such terms as ho hnd made with the
European bRnkers. This acton he pronounced
the most dlsnstrols usauU upon the coun-
try'l Onanela ) system which had ever been
made , and the worst feature or the whole
wretche buslnesl , ho paid , with growing
. earnestness , "I that the nttek Is made : ) br
the man who becau of his position IhOII )
have stood the foremost In our defense. 01'
lest hns been befouled by the man whI
Bhoull ) have atocd ( for our credit "
Mr. Wolcott crlclse ( ) the recent contract
* made Wolcot Mlo of the bonds In Blropo ,
He ( Iki ) not hel eve the bankers through
. whom the .Ieal haul been made would , evcl'
. r031iz0 upon ) the advance ) more than 10 per
cent or the amount of the honlls sold ) 01 ,
account of the advance In theIr prIce
lie hal ) been assure < 1 that In New York
alone 112 , hall been tendered for $1OOOOOOO I
worth or bOllll. ( ! antI Rhl Iw 11all thc nuthior- ;
it ) or coo of the leading bankers In New
I York for the stntlment that within sixty
.laY8 the whole ISluo woulll bo worth 120.
. "If , " ho lald , Ipenln , directly to the reso-
' luton and the deslro lxpresse(1 ( hy It to 11" -
hold our national crllt , "there were eve
ho\l consider.
any mcn who were not entitled to
. , nton , I Is the Hothschlcs anti the Ilreshlont ,
' lecnto " nllY have SCJh to blacken our
. credit. ,
J creII. aSferte(1 the resolution and speech or
le . 11111cro In the same direction a8 nil
other efforts mad" , to discredit slver , and
then munched , out Into a defense or the silver '
nd\ ' catl3 , declaring they did not Idvoeat :
this course because they were Inpatrlotc or
because o { ! selflh purposes , but helmso : they
woull relCe the slrferll II the cintry ,
. and they did not believe this was Possible or
nccomplshnlnt , until the double stallar\
Iholll he re.estabhiued. There could ho no
prosperous times with wheat nt ! 0 cents a
bushel .
busht. le rcerrel , to thin proceedings In the Ger.
, man Hclehstap of Ylslertllr cone rlng slvel
: 18 an Indicaton that there wa' to ho I
change In the Interest of silver.Vo ate
working towall I , " he concllled , "but If any
act could serve to llralyzc progress In that
. . direction , I Is the Ilsgrcefll nlll dishonor-
' ' nhlo dicker or the Ilresident with tim Hot ls ,
-
"
chills.
. CONGHFSS SIOULU CLAm ITSFI.
Mr. Lodge , republican or Massachusetts.
said the substantial ald Important part of
u the resolution was the last hal of It , de.
daring the right of the holder to receive
Ills nay In the best money. He would push
, all the other declarations or nle resolution
: aside as Immaterial and let this "tnnd lie
( ; , dill not regard It as necessary to define the
rearl
: . question as to who was a bimotahhlst. or tu
pronounce for the parity or all kinds or
money n8 the latter declaraton was nlready
: to be found embolle(1 In our statutes. The
Ic . poInt was In neIther or these directions , hut
In the sustenance of the credit of the coun-
. i try. Ito helevcll that the holler of a gay-
ernmcnt bond should be able to ask for IIy-
. ment In the best mouicy all In gold I that
, . were the best nod he believed that to he the
Position or the republican Ilartr. lie agreed
: with Mr. 'Volcott that the prcsldent had assailed -
sailed the credit or the countr ) ' . but assorted "
, sorted that they had made the nt3elc hy
hIs assault upon our coin bonds. For that
1 rcason because or t'iis alack , he thought
l that congress shoull declare itself without
equivocation or reservation.
Reverting to the contract ho said lnt the
' profits allowed , the fluropean bankers "were
enormous glgntc , " and characterized the
, t contract as the blackest ever made by an
: administration . In dclh11 with American se-
, curiies.
Hut thIs fact Mr. Lodge added only renders -
. . , ders It more Important that the go\rnment
' . should mall good Its promises. I was
. not n question or blmetalsl ali or mono
t , , metalsm , but of the good faith or the coun-
try. That credit hall been Impeached all
attacked hy these who should have dsfended ,
- and I therefore bhiov d congrss to come
, . to the rcscue. Ho hoped n vote would be
reached not only on thIs resolution. hut
, i on the entire financial question. helevlng
the country hind a right to know whether
- the senate was n free coinage body or a body
; opposel to that volley.
Mr Stewart of Nevada opposed the huh
r resolution as n snrrendcr or silver and Hi
- binding the gold fetters on the peopl"
ri-
WERE SILVEll lONOM 1TAI.LISTS.
Mr. 11 was , again OP , his fcet as soon
01 ,
as Mr. Stewart closed. ' ! At least this dot
j , f bate has cleared tim atmosphere , " said Mr. :
' , c Hull. "Tho true purpose of these professed : '
. ' - frIends or silver hits been lid b3rc. It was 'I
. that they Intended to pay our government ob"
ih' ligations In .siiver coin. no maier how degraded -
graded , how depreciated that metal might
be. I was for the purpose of securing this.
; . disclosure that the resolution was presented
I was brought forward to have senators
- , dIsclose their polIcy and to present n different -
ont policy. To the fling or the senator from
-
Colorado that I am a blmetanst on a gold
o ' basis. I answer he Is a blmetanst on a sl-
' vor basIs. It "
* I was n mere play of words ,
d : said Mr. 11111. "Such
. Jr. 11. men were not for bI-
. metalsm at all ; they were for silver , and
. . . silver only. " ,
' , Mr. JI turned to attacks being made on I
t Ic , the president I was not for him ( Hill ) I
to express approval or the contract with
; . foreign banllers. But the President had wih
. been free 10 act as ho desired. 10 haul been
, bound hand and foot hy the present law.
t : This democratic congress had refused to help
t him
him.Mr. . Gray or DelawareDo you mean to
Bay this senate Is at present democratic ?
; , L , "No , " said Mr. 11. "Wo no long'r have
, the majority , but while we had It we put 01 !
: action and procrastinated unta pOWlr passed
out of our IInds.
"Tho s.nator from Colorado can arraign
, thIs administration because I has contracted
,
- wIth the Hothschlds , but In tbls emergency
. where viiI you leek for vast sums or money ?
4 . Wi you get It from the miners or Colorado ? "
. Mr. 'olcott quickly responded : "No , not
, from the miners or' Colorado , as they have
been ruined by the legllaton ! c thc senator
from New Yorhc lInt there were plenty of
, i AmerIcans realy ( to take the bonds had they
r the chance "
. . Mr . 11 , declared . the only way to a cure
such a vast sum was In going to the money
, t ; Icings of the world , Republican administra-
' ' tons had aplealed to the Hothschlds , so I
was useless to raise a party cry against th
. aduuuinstratlon's course In go'nl t foreJn !
, . blnllers. At this
Jlolnt Mr. 11 took n slip
elil
of valr from his tabl .
. SU.EH : AGTATION IN .GEmIANY.
- , , .t have here an announcement that I have
read with joy. I Is nn Associated vress
. cable from Berlin prlS
' , Berln announcIng the Helchstag
. hal directed the renewal Dr efforts tD secure
: "an International monetary conrerence. "
. - ' Mr. UI read the Assoc'ated vreas cable
: In detail and .Iulllel : "I rejoice preS < thIs
news as much as the senator
, . from Colorado ; perhaps more I sin-
- . cerlly believe an international agreement Is
posslblo , for bimetalitsip. This resolution
, . annOUncing the policy or this country for I
. . : ' bimetail'sai wouhl be the answer or the (
. , United Stales to the aclcn or German ) . . . Mr.
lull hcped the response might go to flerhin
! Herln
t. r today , nnll that thin world mIght know the
' . credit of the United States was to bo at all
tInes maintained . al
: At 2 o'cloclt the agricultural appropriation
,
: agrleulural
bill was taken up , but the fuanclal sentl-
llnt was too strong to give way te agriculture -
ture , and Mr. Teller returned to the 11111
4 resolutIon , lie eald It was the most remarkable -
'
t. able laller he hall f\'er aeen tie would try
Y to not GO outside parliamentary usages.
, This Interest of the ( senator frm New York
. ' , for sliver hy offerIng a resoluton for go'd
showed his regard for blnietallism. Mr
' Teller declared that for the last ninety lays
. a prearranged effort hall been made to put
e .4 the cQuntry on a gold basis ; It couh not get
, - away from I. The senator from New York ,
; . . ' hail taken Ilart In that effort. lie declared :
. this effort had been In the direction of
directon
putting gold to a premium. There had \ ' ir-
.
. % tualy been a conspiracy to this end , and
t : 'ih this arcomlllshed the Illan would b
fr to require payment nlono In that money.
Indeed , as a nuatter of
maler ract gold was even
now at 1premium. . . for It hd appreciated l\'en
, when everything else had depreciated . Of
. , course the silver dollar wouhl depreciate
. 'ih this discrimination against deprecate .
; . \unc a cant the assertion or Interest
la malntallhil the Ilrly and pnYlng "the
. t best dohlar" "The bet dollar they want
Is. " he asserted , "tbe dollar
S 8sertel dolar which it will
,
. & take mol sweat antI blood to get " Referring -
. , - ' ring to :1' , 11111's 11rofeulons of bhiueaihisuu ( , .
# Mr. TIter said Mr , lull would be welcomed
: to the ranks when b should show himself
_ . to be honestly In favor of bhuetalhm , hhn.el ,
. be adlel\ \ "if thIs resolution cnllns his
. aentment , he will bu or no aulstanCI to its
; : or to the world , Mr. 11 II noted for his
courage . hut It take a higher degree cf
, courage thin ho has shown In anything else
, to sla'I ' ) out In defance of a transaction
wllt puts our securIties at a lower rate
than those or Egypt , nnd when \1 says that
no senator can decently crllcls the trans-
acton I want to ray that hIs Idea and
mine differ a to what dEcenCY Is . "
Mr. Hl interrupted to repeat what he hal
said , whereupon Mr. Teler sid : "Tho senator -
ator has n right to make any statement ho
lees 01" To which Mr. Hi replel : "hic
'Ial ' no right to Put words lnto my mouth
that I did not uler , "
GROUND FOR ChARGING DS10 EST\
. 1tir Teller declared that
Contnuing. Tellr declrel as a
senator ho construed ( I to be his duty to protect -
tect the reputation anti the interest or tl
United States anti he declared ho would not
ho frightened out ot hula policy of hulLIng the
bond transaction hrfore the country In its
true light. lie dpclarcll I was the most
scandalous transactIon ho hal over known
olnco hula entry Into public life , and said : "It
19 the first ( line In the 'Istory of thl adlln-
Istration'n affairs the 11ec\e ! have had ground
for charging alolute dIshonesty " lie said ,
howe\'er , that ho did not charge that thl
Iresldent or the secretary of the treasury
hail \oOed 11cclnlarly ; by the transaction.
lie could not however , conceive what hal
influence theIr cmree cxcjt en Un
.
chute desIre to acquire authority Cor
gold booths. lie thought that probably ( lucy
had iopctl ) to rrlghtcn ! congress , Mr. Toiler
bitterly arraigned the Ilrlshlent for dealing
wIth foreign h3nllers. The price pnhl rcr
these honls showed the bankers had n pledge
that they would ho paid In gold , and yet the
lmlnlstrlton gave the banking Byndlclte 1
bonus or 1 per ccnt to take the bOluls. "Ther
wi be 1 brealclr.g 10wn anti breaking tip or
this condition , or things , " declared Mr. Teler ,
Impressively , "an(1 when that time comes
silver will have its Innings. "
Mr. Vlbs give notee that on Monday ho
W0111 address the cenato on lie financial
sltualon ,
The consideration of the agricultural bill
vas then resumed , The committee amont ,
mont for ni inspection or hive cal { the
meat of which , ( reals . salted , canned p3eked
ete . Is to bo exported , was agreed to
The ngrlculural bill was laid aside wIth-
out final actIon . and ( the senate , nt 5:20 : , went
Into executIve session , after which It ad-
Jon rued.
lRut.t'I'C os NIW Still'S.
SI1"lt ' \I'Irolrlllol 11 Occuplcd the hiiy
II Cite hlutiqo .
WASHINGTON ! ( , Feb 1G-The house today
concluded the general debate on hue naval
appropriation bill , The Inerease or the navy
authorized In the bill ( consIstng of three
battle shIps and twelve torpedo boats ) , was
supported hy Messrs. Adams ( rep. ) or Pennsylvania -
sy1'anla , Mlltn ( rep ) or MaIne , Bartlett
( dem , ) of Now York , Coombs ( dom ) or New
'
York , and Tnbott ( dem ) or Maryland , and
was opposed by Mr. Washington ( dem ) of
Tenncss
The house agreed to the senate amendments -
month for the sale of Isolated tracts of pub-
Ic lands , reducing the minImum Prices for
such lands from $20 to $1.25 par acre The
twelve pensIon bills reported nt last nlght's
session , were paosed as was also a bill to
place Warren C. Beach on the retired list
as a captain. The remainder or the day
was devoted to eulogies on ( lie lIfe and char-
actor oZ the hate Senator Colllultt or Geor- I
gia.The :
The senate amendments to the Joint resolu- '
( ion suggesting arbitration for the settle-
lon suggestng arhlraton sette-
meat or the boundary lute dispute bctWCCl
British h 'Guinea and Venezuela was agreed to.
The pensIon bls favorably reported from
the cilmlleo or lie ( whole at last nlghl's
l s lon , twelve In number. IncludIng one to
Increase the 11enslon oC Major General Julius
H. Stnhl , hungarian nobleman , were passed ,
after which tina house went Into coin-
mlUee or thc whole and resumed conslder-
lon or the naval approprl.lon bills.
Mr. 'Vashlugton , democrat or Tenneosee .
argued that I was bad policy for the Amen-
can republic to attempt to construct and
maintaIn an Imlen3e n'\'al lqulpment ,
Mr. Adams , republican or Pem1tlvanla. reproached -
preached Washington fan his aenthinents.
theist from the
He had never expecthl to hear theI
lIps Qr a iran bearIng the name cf Washing-
ton. H the Monroe doctrne : was to be nre-
served , a navy was absolutely lsaental ,
t1r. Bartlett , democrat or New York , spa1t-
log for the metropolis , allpelled to his demo.
cratc colleagues not to abandon : the policy
first advocated by ' .llam C. Whitney In
1885 when he was made secretary or the
navy.
After some rurther dEbate In favor or the
bull , Mr. Tnlbot. In charge or the bill , closed
with a general argument adduced In favor
of the increase or the navy.
Thin senate bIll was passed , grantIng two
condemn cannon to the Iowa historical
society at Des ' Moines.
The senate amendments to the postomco
appropriation . bills were disagreed te , and
the bill sent to conrerence At 2 o'clook
under a special order , further busIness of
the house was suspended and the remaInder
or the day was devoted to eulogies on the
life and public services or the late Senator
Colquitt or Georgia
JUI.lJNU sllis I. un : 0111(5 .
En Innd 111 l'r.ulco 'ako . the American
I'lot ( 'rititert I . 11t.clmi's.
WASHINGTON. Feb IG.-The British and
French have taken alarm at the splendid per-
fomacce or cur two t 81 tip e strew cruiser
lie Columbia and the MlnneapoUs. For a
long ( line this great departure In naval en-
glnecrlng so successfully practiced by En-
gtneer-tn-Chler Melville , was lolted upon
with suspicion by foreign powers , and In-
dccii there were many crItics In our own
navy who predicted the failure of the vessels .
but now all opposition seems to have dls31
pcaret ] , anti both Great Britain and France
are about to pay us tie complIment or buit-
Inl vets cIs or this typo and even endeavoring
to Improve upon the originals. The BritIsh
naval program ror this year Includes the construction -
struction or four Improved Benhelms , the
Blenhclm being a sister ship to the armored
cruiser lihahie . which took part In our naval
revIew In 189 The French naval authorities
are ale about to build two "crolseurs cor-
salre , " These are Intended aB answers to
the AmerIcan "pirates " as vessels of the
Columbia chaos have come to be known In
spIte or the efforts of the Navy department
to pre\'ent the names front stIcking. The
French vessels are to hav/ trIple screws , to
he of a displacement or from 8,500 to 8,800
tons with 2G.000-horse power , which . It Is
estimated. will give them a speed of twenty-
three knots , which Is about tIme maximum
attained by the American commerce destroy-
ers. The British vssels will be smaller than
time French craft , about twenty-six feet
shorter and with 1.000 less horse power and
the calculated speed or twenty.two knots.
flue BritIsh newspapers , however , arc call-
tog attentIon to tim fact that this Is I knot
less speed than the American vessels urgIng ,
that It bo Increasell , as the BrItsh craft cannot - i
not afford to be outcoted even Ir the foreIgn
vessels are owned by a power with whIch
Great Britain 18 never likely to be at war.
I
COattIlTIEh A . I1'1Ci ( DaOI l\'nON.
" 'himit Funds 11101(111 to l'lcllo honda
Are Nnw Iii Iho Trrllury. I
WASHINGTON , I eb , lG.-Mr. Camlnet
of California today IntroducCI a resolution In I
time house calling upon the secretary of the
treasury , the attorney general and thin commissioner -
missioner of railways for the folowlnt ; In-
formaton respecting PaclOc railways :
First. 'fho amount now doposllll In the
Unlcl Slates treasury hy various bond
nitleii railroads , with the ICCUlullUon ap-
plclble to the redemption of outstanltng
1onts Illpl' lie 'fhnrman act.
8eonl. The amount now 11 the respectIve -
1'u funds oC sai'l cOIInl s allpUcalJ / ) to
the payment oC unit anti second mortgages
tlsle < 1 by saId companleim . ! !
Third . The Ilount due now from the
1nll,1 State's to eachu or said tollulnlcl
11\1
etc. for the Ilnsportntun \ of snaIls . troops
etc.Fourth. , The amount of time unit anti aeo-
omid rortJa e bontha IlsIwII by saId coin-
ont < fall 001'
panlo ha'nhlo In the years Ib'5 1\1 Ib' ,
wlh the date on whIch each Installment
wait made Pn'ahhe. )
Fifth , 1rom wlmt fUI } was the first In-
stnhlinent . tutu Jlnuary 1. 1$5. on hon,11 I-
suet hy the Central I'stciihc railroad , paid
1y the United States
TrUltl . In thu Churns
WASHINGTON , Feb. 1G-Mc. Satol has
been notified that a committee wIll v'it blm
( rent Chicago ncerlng serious dlWcultes
In time affaIrs of St. Hedwig's cburch. The
represntalons are that the ( actions are so
biter that bloodshed may occur unless a ( he.
te-
cuba Is son reached. Time archbIshop has
closed the church ami A facton ! hiss appealed
to tha ely council , Time women of the
church appear to be very promInent In the
connlct. The committee has not yet pre
seated Its statement to Mgi' Batohhl .
I'rllt ; li'l. I iia I I (0 1 I t.sloii.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , Fob . 16.-Special (
Ttlegram.-I"clton ) M. l'rlnk was today
commissioned postmaster at hanson , tcb.
APPRO > IUA TES SIX nLLlNS
Last of the Monaural for Running the Gov-
erment Completed in Oommittee .
GENERAL OEFCIEtCY - BILL . RtPORTO (
Together , , lh Whnt lisa lrrnly Ictl
l'ulel Upon I ho Tolnl Hclclclc ) . \ tllro'
Ilrlnllnul fur the Seslolmoult
to eurly Nine Millions .
WASHINGTON ! , I eb. 16.-Ths house com-
mltle on pensions today reported , the gen-
lrat deficIency bill , the last regular nppro-
prlaton bill of this congress. The huh ap-
pro\rlates ' 6181 or which the prlnclllal
appropriations ' are ns follows :
Tieastiry .lepnrtment . . . . . . . . . . . . . I iiO,1i3
5'ar lllllrlment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29rO
Navy .lei'rtment. . " . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1QI,2S3
tepnrllenl t o [ Justice. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 , Gt.130
Po.tolce ' Ju.tce. . . . . . . . . . . . 1S2,1'
( \ ' telNlttmpnl 0(11cC ( . . . . . . . . . . 400,40)
Uo'crrenIlrlntno ole.
Juigmnnt , of the court or . chaltits. . . . . . 7lG.on '
Jolomrnl .lhlt , < claIms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3TQG
In addition to tht sum recommended In
this bill . appropriations have been made
lurIng ( the present session or cpngrcss to sup-
ply deficiencies In appropriations for time sup-
portof the gD\ernment during the current
and hither fiscal years , as follows :
Iee. 21 , hSSt I , Printing..I 100.0
lIce. 21. 1S91 $ , eleventh e-nsos , . ' .Ie. . . . . 40.0
.Ian :5 , 19 : , uent t'ncene ) . . . . . . ISGI.UI
The total amount or defciency npproprla-
tons for this season Is . thererore $ $8,882,89
The recommendaton or Secretary Gresham
for an allproprlaton or $125,000 for the valmont ' -
lent or nIl claims by Great Britain growing
out of the seizure of fur selngessel In
Berln 1 sea was called up In the commitee
for the first lme , and ( lie members declined
to ( rccmmehl any acton upon It because
they had not been able to look Into lie mat-
ten sulclent ) . to take acton upon It liii-
mediately. Mr. BreeklnrllJe was authorized
to offer an amcndment In the house for the
payment or these claIms without any recom-
menlaton of the commIttee far or against
it . and the membcrs reserved l the right to
vote ns they may sea fit upon the queston ,
No acton was taken by hue ( till committee
upon the subcommIttee's recommendaton that
$200,000 be approprIated for a government
exhibit at the Tennesse exposition or 189G ,
but the Item will be taken UP In commlteo
Monday , atmd I npproved will be embodied
In a separate bill.
Under the Department of State Is a clause
" ( hint hun disburmemuemits made to members
and attaches or the Bering sea tribunal or
arbitration at Paris by Major E. W lhlford
anti John W. Foster . disbursing olcrs of
saId ccmmlsson ! under the authority and
with the approval of the secretary of state
cut or moneys heretofore appropriated shall
be allowed by the comptroller or the lreas-
ury " which seles a controversy between
the department and the accountng officer
of the treasur ) ' . For the cemmerc\al \ bureau
'of American republics thee Is an Item ef
$8,000 ; for the enforcemmt or the ( Chinese
exclusion act , $5,000.
The followIng ruins are pro\lle for cm-
pletnr Public buldlns already under way :
Fort I DOge , 11. . . . . ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 1.OJ
Paris. 1ln. . . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . 4 0 )
Itichnmomiti , K ) ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :
5111nll.II Ichmoll , Mo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,00
For coleclng the Internal revemlP. Inc1U1-
hog expenses under the oleomargarine act .
and for the Inpecl'n ' or tobacco exported ,
i5OOO Is allotted and for the customs service
$600,000. The office of the eleventh census ,
I Is provided , shal bt abolshld cn March 4 ,
1895. and the terms or alt employes cease
\th time exception or a force necesary to
complete the work under dlrecfon of the
secretary or the Interior. The deficiency ap-
prcpratons : for the courts are made each
year. The principal lem'5 tl thIs bill are :
19 , 1554.
Marshals' fees. . . . . . . . . . . . $ i S : m i
urshal'8 xpenscs. . . . . . . . . . HO.OOO . . . .
Fee of jtui . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l .O . . : . .
I'"res of.wItnssc'S. . . . . . . . . . . . i56.000 . 7.,01
ituport cC risoners. . . . . . . . . M.O\J 6OO
prisners. \
IU ! ulIorl 1"lf 0 [ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45,0) . . . . .
'Fees or 'lslrlct court atthtneys. . 1J.OH ) 54,000
'FecI Fets of cIerk . _ .r . . . . latbrners. . . . . . . . . . 1:0.0 : . 54,00 . . .
Fees . or commissioners. . . . . . . . 187,204 40,151
The fees for marshals In 1893 amounted to
only $28,159.
The principal item under the POtomc de-
parlnlnt Is $935,000 . for interest and mal
transportation by railroad routes , exclusIve
or the Pacific railroads.
TO SUI\JY ) FlAC'110N\L - TOWNSnJP5. -
InterIor Department tlsfem'a . 11. to Sur
veyor General luJht8 of South DI\kota.
WAShINGTON Feb lG.-Speclal ( Tcll-
gram.-Tho ) secretary or the InterIor has
transferred to time surveyor general or the
state of South Dakota all applications for the
contract for surveying the fractional town-
ships between Nebraska and South Dakota
for recommendation as to the award.
recommendaton
A surveyor the Fort Randall mltar ) '
reservation In South Dakota Is to be made
and as Nebraska has no surveyor general , It
has been deemed wIse by the Interior depart-
ment to place In the hands or lon , Richard
D. Hughes , South Daleota's surveyor general
the duty of awardIng the contract for the
survey of the Nebraska fractional townships .
whIch are situated on the boundary lIne be
( steen ito two states and adjacent to the
Fort Randall reservation . I Is expected
that ( the recommendations or Surveyor Gen-
lral Hughe stIll bo Hcelved at tIme depart-
ment In 1 short tIme. For rear that the
contract for thE survey of the fractional town-
ships should be awarded to the ( same bidder ,
who gets the work for the reservation the
Nebraska delegation today wIred to Surveyor
General Hughes at Huron . reeommendlnr the
award to Gumaer and Harvey of St. Paul ,
Neb. _ _ _ _ _
-
Tlm.\SUJY CmTlll TI S.
TnckCt on a8 aim ; mludmcnt to lie Sundry-
( " ' 1 Appropriation 111.
\'ASiiINGTON , I eb. lG.-The subcommlt-
tee or the senate committee . which has charge
of tIme sundry civi appropriation bill , con-
eluded Is labors hate today amid sent the bill
to the puhlc printer In order to have It ready
for the full committee , whIch will met Mon-
day The bill , as I will go to the full com-
milce , wi contain an amendment providing
fOr the Issuance of tune certificates or In-
debtellnl1 to lie amount of $100,000,000 , to
draw 3 per cent Interest and to run for three
years , I Is distInctly understood that these
are to bo use only for the purpose of mect-
hog time treasury deficit and are not to be of
a character to bo used as bank reserves .
There Is some difference of opInion In the
full committee as to whether the
ful commilee whltler secretary
or the has
treasury sufficiently Indlctc that
the certificates are leecld , but there Is " 'cr
lIttle doubt the full commilee will accept the
recommendaton of tIme suhcoimimnitee . I Is
belIeved the full commitee will dIspose of lie
bill at one sitting .
Tn Ui1lTI0tTB 'L'llhi bl , \r.s.
OIlier Countries to 10 Ilvlod to 1"11 < Out
" hint Cnl ito UOII.
WAShINGTON , Feb , lG.-lmportant ( ac-
ton Ullon the seal fsheries of the cUring
sea . was taken tOday by time house commi-
too on ways and mea lS. I was agreed to
authorize the pesIdent to Invite the govern-
monts or Great Briain , Russia and Japan
to unIte with the United Stales ( II seldlng
a Joint commission to investigate the seal
fisheries of the North PacIfic and Bering sems
The president still bo authorIzed ( to arrange
a modus vl\endl wIth these powers for the
protection or the seals , until the report of the
commissIon has been mnde and acted upon .
UJOI.
Time secretary or the treasury wi he em-
powered to take steps to kIll the seals under
the terms of the DIngley bill In case these
nations reuse to JoIn wRit the United States
In an investigation.
lulored NUlcuur hurllr.l Hatolti .
WAShINGTON . Feb. I6.-Mgr. Sat01 was
much surprised to lunar from Rome that ho i
would become nuncio at Lisbon prIor to I
elovaton to the cardlnalate. There Is no lnfor- I
unatlon at the dalegate's residence concern- I
lug the reported move , and It Is regarded
as general speculation. I Is saId there Is no
vacancy In the nuncio lIsts , and no proba-
biiy or I change there within the resent I
year. Should the present nuncio bo elevated '
to the cardinalate , It would not occur beforetime '
the net papal consistory , and thin conrerr-
Ing of ( lie red lat would b3 at the subsequent
consistory many months ahead. TherUI no. .
Information tia\ the nlnclo will b thus ele-
\te < I , hit ' l/ should , It Is apparent that
ho would . ' rjtaIr5 ' ' ' his Ilresent posllon for sometime
. ' " 'I
WII'U - - ttunOI - th' CIN'tNTI0N ,
Jnrjf n'l\"fr. " . \llrt ! l folvercd It
1 ( "tcrtll ) " " / e'ssion . '
WASm iTqN , Feb. I 1G-Tho greater
portion of , mTq session of Iho ( convention -
tion or WiiiLellbboner3 consumed In
ton oI was consumld n
discussion .M , 10 what the special needs of
the WomaI1' , ChrlsUnl Temperance minion In
tIme national . capItal and bow these needs
may be mne . , I I
Mrs. Sarlh nI.a ; Petra or this ely oplnc
the remarks vim the subject nl1 was followed
by Miss Wehghman district corresponding
secretary ; Mrs. Jar Iaslup of Maryland ;
Mrs lInker , naHonal ! eanlrer or the
Women's Christian Temperance union ; Jrs ,
Clara C. Herman or Mitsourl . and others.
The discussion was folowll by a de\otonl
service conducted by Mrs. J. Plwler Willing .
naUonal c\'a .relht. After a noontdo prayer
nt 12 o'clock adjournment was taken to 2
o'clock this afternoon .
Time afternoon session was presldld over by
Irs. L. 1. N. Stevens and a number or In-
terlstnl sieaches svei'o delivered. Irs.
Frances l nsl/ , the national orJnl : lr , toll
about young womeum's work In the 'omen's
Christian Temnperance union , and Miss
ShmaTer ( . from the Carlisle Illan cImool . spoke
or work aimioumg the Indian girls there . The
work oC the l.yal Temperance Legion was
spoken or by Miss Anna A , Gordon anti Miss
mien A. Blair. Athre3ses store delivered by
Miss Belle Kearney or Mississippi . Miss
Elizabeth N Yates ,1earttlnt , lecturer ;
HepresentaU\e gljah Morse nnd ex-Hclire-
slntat\.o J , T. Ta'lor. 'ho ses.lon closed
with an adllrlss by Miss Julia I. a\cns or
Ciilcago Dress . on "PhysIcl Culture and Artistic
Only I fair attendance marllCl the closing
session or the day at the Metrolloltan church ,
Mrs. Car C. Holman delIvered sum address
on the lebUon or the Womcn's Christian
Temperllee mutton to time church , as also did
Mrs. Catherine Stevemms. The former Ilro-
dueel great enthusiasm hy reading n tele- (
( corresnomitilnuc secretary of
gram roam the corresnomlng
lime Women's ChrIstian "Temp 'ance uimoa : of
Mlssonrl , stating that the house ant senate
committee or the legislature or that state had
rlportell ( II woman'8 suffrage bill . Mrs.
Elzabeth Yates spolle of woman In pollcs ,
TIme relation or the 'omen's Cnrlstl Tem-
eranCD unIon to the home was dlscussell by
Hon , helen M. Baker anti Dr. Heagh John-
Eon , lmastor or the Metropolitan church , do-
livened tlio closing addrcsa.
1\'ercd allrcsl.
' , rnl\SH' S"SATIHb AIU IUJaY
1tnndeunn Inl und . \I"1 n.'Knlutlnn. OtTer l'otlthons , hIlls
WAShINGTON , Feb. lG.-Speclal ( Tele-
gram.-Senator ) 1anderson today presented
a petition signed by President G. A. Chris-
tophel' and other officers of Cigarmaker's
union No. 9 or Omaha , praying for Ito enactment -
actment ot a law for protecton of AmerIcan
scaimien .
Senator llanderson today Introduced a bi
to remove the charge or desertion now stand-
lag against the military record ot " ' . 1 lam
McCormick or Tekamah , Burt coumity . and
dIrecting tht"secretary or war to grant him
an honorable dlscIirgo from No\ember. 1861.
Senator Ale tbay offered an amendment
to the slnlr civil bIll , appropriating $25,000
for gauging ' the streams and determining ,
the water sUpply or the United States , In- I
clndlnl an Investgaton or undergrouUl cur-
rents and artesian wells In arId and seml-
arid sections . .
: 'W ' for the , " ' nay.
WASHINctro , Feb. 1G.-Speclal ( Tele-
gram.-FIrsi Lieutenant Brad P. Schienle
Ninth infantry , Is granted leave for fifteen
da's.
Second LIestenont George T. T.anghore Is
transferred from I troop H 1 to troop I. . and
Second Licimemmant Andrew E.'iliiamns .
Secol1 Lcutenaht F Wllnm !
Croon L , to trnOn 1 'hlr,1 .tva1rv.
Seconl1LI l"ien " nCnj ( inl ln'L , Duls" (
Twenty-frst' Infnlry , still report for' dimly
wih commdhdln . general Department uf
the commlhdln/ /
The followIng transfer In the Seventh Infantry -
fantry are 'nl ! Captain Constant " ' 1- ,
hams . cOlp'l " D to company I ; Captain
Edward E. Hardtn , company I to company -
pany D.
Tie following transfers In the Twentv-
third infantry are made : Captain Calvin I ) .
Cowles , company G to company N ; Captain
EdwIn B. Dalton , company K to eOn1pan
G ; Second Lieutenant Charles B. Hngadorn ,
company H to company I : Lieutenant
Henry G. Cole , company 1 to company H.
T IUII ( ontractl Settled
WASHINGTON , Feb. 1G-Speclal ( Tele-
gram.-The secretary of the Interior today
rendered decisions In the folowing land
contests , on uppel ! from decision of the
commllsloncrs of the general hand office :
Nebraska-Ericic J. Flood against Oscar n.
Dowmnn , Nelgh dIstrict , decision aml'med
and contest dlsmlsld ; Herbert Balter
n"alnst Charles H. Combs , Grnl 1llnl1 ,
dIstrict teclrlon afrmed amid land awardPI
to Combs. South Dnlcota-Wlhilaumm 11. Slinsu
against Chicago , Milwaukee & St Paul
Halway company , Chamberlain district ,
case remanded to local officers for actlomi .
In accorllance with prcsldent's ploclama-
thou . declaring lands on line of this rail-
stay forfeited , for non-complIance with
terms oC net or 1891 , and patent to issue to
Sims. _ _ _ _
Hilt \'n I I 1 'iotign the l'ottton. $
WAShINGTON , Pith 1G.-Senator Gray Is
engaged In circulating In the senate n rec-
ommendaton to the president that Senator
Hansom ot North Carolina be appointed minIster -
Ister to Mexico to succeed Hon I. P. Gray.
lie has so fur presented It only to the demo-
critta. All of those to whom It has been
shown have signed It except Senator 11111 .
and ho has asked ) 'to be excused on the
ground not or opposition to Iur. Hansom ,
but because he says he 18 not making reo
ommendaUons to the presldenl. Many of
the republicans have expressed a desire to
republcans
sign the document amid It will be presented
when the demccrtc members shal ha\'c
been canvassed - on1pbcdiy. -
Thnl.lnn ( :01811"t : wih ( ' shinto.
WASHINGTON , Feb. lG-Mr. Th\rston ,
time Hawaiian minister , had a long Interview
with Secretary Gresham ted ! ) I Is surmised -
mised that he wa" consultng the secretary
relatve to the applIcation ludo by Unite
Stul 3 MinIster WIllIs to the Iawalan ! ov-
erment for a stay or sentence and copies or
the records or the miiary commlsston In thc
cases of Gnlclt and other alleged AmerIcan
citzens who wera lentenceJ to death for pr-
tclpatng In the rebelon ,
' Jr"t1 UIOI , Chit. " " " 01.,1 , t 1.luls liii' .
WASHINGTON , l eh. 16.-The senate and ,
house conference on the bill rOI' the cxam-
Inaton and cuasltapton oC unmoral Ian ( In
In the states of Montana and Idaho have
reached In ugrlement , plctclly on Ow
basis of the bIll 11 It paalell ' lie Renate.
'rho huh wal T'porte.1 . to the senate today ,
amendments accepted , timid the bill pascul. ,
I II * un.lorstoJ'L ' tUllt I like action still
he taken In thQ 'luse on Alontlay ! Jho hi
has been befnt - congress for the vast )
four cars. bef.r' ( . _ " I
' ' ' tnii.rs ' ' t hthimtCd. , '
WJtSIIINGTON Il eb. W.-Special ( Telo-
! ram.-I'ostmaslen ) were ullolntO1 today
as follows : Nesnisalca-Amsigo \ , Richardson
count , JllUBIJI > } . , vice e. I Schaerrcr ,
resgned ! , IowaUllklton , Dubuque county ,
Nlcholnl I"crrln . . vlco Michael l"t'rrimg , .
dcnd ; Lean Uipgld ' county , M , L. I'rrlnJ. , ,
vice D , C. M'llt're. realJncll ; Olympus ,
Harrison couihty ' 'ohn Htronsben ; , vice
W. I. MorroW .resigned
To i''u 'IINHt' ' 'It'I' ' : ' ' . U"lrnli r.1111s ,
W ASING'f ffcb. ; 10.-Mr. Camlnctl
oC California 1\\rBqucell \ \ n resolutIon toulmty
calling upon Hi f'etary of the ( interior to
suspend lelOQllpolJ all 1 lectons fled hy
land grant ralipo , , lf for lands In CalIfornia
uuitIl rall1 1S9 . unless legIslatIon providing -
viding f'r thme5itim1natlon of minerai IUIUl8
wihin the IIU ! ef'iualtl selectIons shal bo
enacted Ilre"lou t that date
'Irivj'eiislen Elutiiiliiors .
WAShINGTON , Inch , 15.-Rpeclal ( Tele-
gramn.-Timo followIng examining surgeons
for time Ionsloh bureau were appointed to-
day : Nebraska-Ur. J , II. Kcncstrlck anti
BUlor Cooper , leaw'r City : Dr. A. I.
Muller Trenton ; Dr. D. 10swel , Imperial ;
Ur. I ! hllp Motz , Columbus Iowa-Dr.
William Costello , Aauquol.etl.
E.Chlrf ( a.rlc $ nf Mitts UII"1rlltlt : ne"l.
WAShINGTON , I eh. 16.-Hevclhon A.
Brown , for many years chief cleric ot the
State department ant wel Imown to publu
men and to dIplomatIc representatives . tlell
here thIs utornoon of pneumonia. lie haul
been In limo real estate business for several
years Illt. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ui pee Ia I Ull. I I , . . . 'Ic , i I I . rut ny . 5 l'I'lluled. ' I
WASIIlGTON , Feb. IG.-The attorney
General has oppolntet J. E. Carland of
Sioux Falls , H. 1) . , a special assistant
UnIted States atorey tar the distrIct of
South Dakuta
now TAYLOR'S ' MONEY WENT \
Soverl Thousand of it Sunk in Orpplo
Oroek ProperLy
CIRLEY \ M COY GIVtS TST.M . ThY
Icll NI to Tel J\IthtlJ of l'nrUculnr In'
tetest Uttoro the In'cl/ItIJ Ctm- ,
lull.O fur I"olr tt 1111111
, Ills 'Ctlont'A" CI O ,
PlflilltR , S. D. . Feb. I lG.-Speclnl ( Tele.
gramn.-Cliarhey ) McCoy , about whom so much
has been said lately In connlc\on wlh time .
Taylor tefalcaUon , has returned to time elt ) .
nnll today ho implicated before lie investigating -
gating conl1lleo , The commlteo oxam-
Incd him closely about Tnylor's hl\'lst1enl
In Cripple Creek and lellld that tIme ex-
treasurer hail three lots there nml ( Ito builul'
logs worth from $20 to 4000. McCoy
fIrst knew that Taylor was short late In No-
vemher , whe Taylor came tn him anti said
that he was hwlng 1 s'ery har(1 ( hum to
atraighmten up his affairs. lie was con\'llced
lint Taylor did overythllg ho coull to 1Ike
a Uement , but could mint get enough cosh.
lie easy him last In Chlcalo Jnnuarr 2 , when
McCoy Ie ! for this state.
lie wns asked several other qumestlonut . host
reused to Inswer 01 the grould that ho
would Prejudice lie Interesls or his clent
When asked who his cllnt was he near !
Imucke(1 the commiteD off their chairs hr
saying ' "Ta'lor " Asked ) Ir he store 11 nt-
torney ho replet ' 'Yes . " ant slated that he
had beel lmltell to time bar May G , ISS ? .
lie also stated hint on ( hue W edneslar before
Christmas ho lund slatCI to Senator Pcttgrew
that Taylor was l\vlll n despernte lmo
In settling.
PIWIBTI G Plmm I.'IGITING ,
In the house , 1)owiiehl's bill prohlhltnr
Irlzo flhthlJ ami Imposing a Ilenaly or
ton years In tIme penlteltary for the lmrimm-
clpals alt rrom $100 to $ :00 for accessorIes
amid oumo limmprlsonimmrumt , for
anl ole year hnprisoll'nt canoe up
Ilassage. The cOllltoo rClortel1 In favor
of cutting down the penalties to practcaly
10thlnl. but Dowdel rnde a stiff fight on
thin floor and carrIed the bill by nn o\'er.
whelming mmmajonity.
A long petlol was Ilresentel front Sioux 1
Falls protesting against time dl\orco bill. '
Time bill fxing salarIes or officers In first- I
class cities passed , The bill nbolshlnl the :
boards of trustees of ( ducatonal Insltu- '
lens was killed , Time bill setting nsile ;
40,000 acres or lantl for lie proposed Hell- '
field Insane asylum passed as dil the bill
asllnl congreSs to allow settlers 01 the
Yantton ] reservaton to provo up under the
homestead law.
The railroad commitee held a meeting
this e\'ellnl to determine an acton on ( lie I
big rlroal bill which has been pomlng
sInce tIme openIng of the session anti which
has heel the cause of the great fight be-
twecn the roads al1 the Sioux Falls Jobbers.
The commUtee decided to report , recommending -
mending that the bi bo referred to lie ju-
< lclary commlteo to determine several cOn-
sttntonnl poInts In case this does IOt
1"1 the measure they wIll probably report
( list the bIll do not pass. I Is estimated
that It cannot IYSS the house.
WYOMIU l.gUISI.\TUE : AIOUl .
, \hout Two lullrl',1oaRurcf , SubmItted 10
' , .
the Uo\'rrnor.
ChEYENNE . Fcb. 1G.-Speciah ( Telegram )
-The se3slon or the third state legIslature
ot Wyoming expired by constitutional lmita-
ton at midnight. At time hour or adjourn-
ment over 200 acts , some or them of vital
importation to tlo people of ' \'omlng. had
been del\crel to the go\eror. and about
one-half of them have been approved alread ' .
" , . , , , , , - . , , . . , . I. , , . .nn' bOln . appro\ed ' . ' T' ) .
. , u bU' , a "u , , n n < n. 4 " UUbWC . . , u. It ID
the judgment or every one that this leglla-
turo has aceomplhhed more practical results
than any or Its successors. LegIslaton has
been . enacted reducing general expenses or
tile stnto'government , for ' ( lie next two years
nearly $25.000 This has ben done without
crlppllg any instItution , but . on time other
hand , appropriations have been made to
carryon the work or constructIng ! the several
charItable and penal instItutIons now In
course or erection .
loAth ( ) ' , SI N\'nU\ bTUVUGJ.I
Fith 'eok of Balloting : Closed with I'rac-
tk'ally 11 tl. Chango.
BOISE , Idaho , Feb. lG-Speclal ( Tele
grano.-Today closes than fIfth week of bal-
lotng by the Idaho legislature for senator
Shoup for re-election , received twenty votes ,
and Congressn Swect nlncteen. Shoup's
vote represents all dark horses and Includes
two democrats A combInaton has been
formed to break down the sold nlnteen.
Sweet's n'neteen Is composed of repnblcns
who have voted for hIm from time first balot ,
'he contest Is now a deadlock , the populsts
haulIng the key to the sItuation. I ts not
believed ( lie seat In the senate will be left
vc3nt. There Is no bItterness between the
r publcan faction . VIe Dlrbower , formerly
or Nebraska , \ a state smator , and wcrklnl
for Shoup. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
'ro Invo.tlnto 1lullclla' Carruptuon.
SACRAMENTO , Cab . . Feb. 1G.-'ho assembly -
sembly Judiciary commitee today reported
1 substtuto for tIme attorney general's
bill providing for a drag net Investigation
oC alleged municipal corruptIon tn San
Framicisco. The substitute measure pro-
vlipa for 1 committee of three , one member
to ho appointed by the governor and one
each by the president ot the sonnte and
the speaker of the nSemll ) ' . The com-
mitee Is authorized to sit not longer than
until the convenll of tIme next leJlala-
( tire , and hns Ilower to aend for persons
and papers and take testimony.
No Srnalorlli ( 'holrn 11 Iclawarl.
DOVER , Del . Fob , 1G.-Two ballots were
taken In the 'Unled States senatorial fight
today ( , resulting us folows : higgIns , ro-
pulJlcln , 7 ; Aduhiclts rplblcan. 4 ; Massey ,
republican , 4 : 'alcott , Itemocrt , 1 ; Con-
/ressnln / John \ , ( 'utusey , 4.
/rlltnrhtl 11101 In Ur" ol.
SALEM , Ore " Feb lG.-The senltorlal
ballot today stood : 1011h. 35 ; hare . 10 :
Haley , 6' 'Ycatherford , I ; " 'llams , 21 I ;
absent , 1.
.
llrUonHhl . hiiry t"ulr(1 tntrc. . ' .
SAN FRANCISCO , Fib , 1a.-'rho jurors
In the case oC H. I. McDonll , Qn trial
for perjury In tonnecton with a atule-
uncut slged hy him ns vIce IJreahlent oC
th collapsed Parilo hunk , reported to the
court today that ( they were unable to agree
Ultout a verdict , Thuo3' stood seven for con-
vlm'tIon auiuh five for ncqtilttah , multI isero
dlschiargeii iuy Judge MUrmhmy , It is slmutoth
thmat thin chiisi'go upon wimtchm time trial was
basesi devebohiel ttme iutnimngomst es'idence
ugmtinst thai tlcfeiidant In Limo poseuilomt of
the orosecutlomi , It iii mmot generally h'e.
lieved Mchoumabul still iso convIcted uuous
surly cimargo in coumnoction with ( lie .i'aciile
bauilt , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
I'nlcroc ! 7. i ) tilti lnteniaiim ,
The rutockhuohdors soil employcs 01' ( lie
l'okrohc 'Zapa lu gave ii. private entertain-
snout inst night itt National ball , for tIme
enjoyment of their ( ailolilea uluid irnnmedlato
friends. A muslenl jmrogrnun of lets nuin-
( 'era wait itrranteul for the occasion , nimil
wait rcntit'reil hi > ' time ( ohhowiimg peritomis :
Messrs. Muc'lher , Ihrazmla , Chvla , Bvohioiha ,
ietovskv aimui time l'okrolc.mtpadui Royal
band. Tue mmltmuulcimi prograun ivan fohloweil
tmv a dauice , Time cononmittee hissing cbiutrgtu
of time entertutilmment coinprlsel L. B. lon-
grea , It. V , Mlehmicoviuky mmd it , 'iV. limirtos ,
Nosy 1'vhdricn 4trflips't ; ( lit , Strnmgier. ,
IEN\'Illt , ( 'ohm. 16.-Itichiard 1)omnatly , the
Frenchmmail cimurgeul s Ith thin murder of
Louis Tapper , hits mistress , ss'iio was
atramigieit to death last October , items re-
airesteii today. homiuly was inthicteil by
limo grand jury sonic hunt' ago , butt uvaus
released on S3OJ ) boiitiui , It ii said now
evidonee hiatt bceui fotinii ngutlnuut him. 'I ho
stranglIng of l.emma ' 1'apmcr svga the first
of time three murders cotimmitted by that
innaitie on Market street , svhlchm onuluseil
srcttt excItement In time half-wend or Deli-
von ,
_
p-
ltniorcd itiilmgrhiitcniIerit ainrlmie.
BOSTON , Feb. lO.-Ahtmert 1' . Marble , su-
Porlfltcflmietit of 8chmooba at Omnumhua , Nob. ,
was today elected aim honorary member of
time Massaehmusotts ilchiool macterms' club ,
tiupenlmmteumtlcn ( Marble was for twenty-live
years ( lie head of the schools at Worcester ,
Mass.
iihovriileiit $ of Scuigi , lie % 'cssels , l'b. I It.
At Now -i\rnl'eti-iiOstOn City , from
Bristol , via. Hwauuaea ; 'l'rmnltlad , ( romum 11cr.
ilmxla. Lls'erpool-Arrlved-Adriatlc , ( morn
Ntw
_ - , from
hlustomu ,
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1VES AGAINST SCHAEFFEI ,
Masters of the Cum.mCcrtrdn to I'lay In
Omusliuu 'I iinrsslmmy.
All ( ho local hos'ers of time gentleman's
game are countIng 00 a rare treat on next
Tbmtireday evenhmig , svhmen Frank Ives , the
chfllflfllofl of Llmtv worhul , amid Jake llcbmnaffer ,
( ho ox'chimtniplomi , meet tim a mnatehu gaimme
of lnlk line bllhimsriiss 1cm tIme hinit nh.ove
Lentz'Ibhlntns' popular eunhooui , illS Pitt-
nam street , 'fhe report was etirrent on
the street yesterday that Napoleon I'es
55'flS bylumg slmmuigerously sick at I iot iipnlimgs
immid that mm game ss'oumhuh ho Illayeth hmere
'i'hurstlay , but Inst evening tIme iltumnutisiek.
linhkeCohlentlt'ucoimihiutimy or thil cIty me-
ct'lveul time following telegram , which vtits
all .iomibt . nit time' ipuestlon nt rest :
'CiIICAGO , Ill. , l"eh , . F-'ro time Imrmir.s.
svlclc-iinlko-rollt'uither C'oimipamiy , Omaha :
l'es nOit Scimmuefl'cr lilayei aim exhibition 1mm
SI , Louis Inst imtghmt. 't'otm s'Ill tmiuultmubt-
Cill ) ' rico thmeimi in Ononhmmt alive auth out
( into. "
This cffectmmnhly quiets all fenres , amid tIme
tsso great iilihinm'tlimuts stIll ce.ituitmmhl' lie lucre
on ( limit ? . 'Fite match , no t'xiilbitioum , lout for
island all time saint' , Is 500 huolults tilt , four-
tccim.Iumch balk Ilime. LeimtzS'llhinuniu
have misdo ehaliorntlweunrntloms ; : unit it
large ci'osvd is expected to be tim itttuititl-
unce , _ _ _ _ _ _ _
lt.tVTIlOltll . % 'le4 TIlE ilANhI1'AI' ,
tOurney SniirIrher's ( lid Skate l'sdhi OF ? a
iiOOt ) t'turso at tIny htstnii't ,
SAN FItANCISCO , Feb. i6.-'l'hie Burns
hmmsmmulicup , tithe nail a quarter , ssmus mint off
( oilily , nimul liarnoy Scimiieber's alit horse ,
hlmisvtliorimt' , bmumitittl tIme ? S,00t ) hri'l.C. Time
race ss'as outhy interestIng emi utecotumut of time
big mumomicy hmuimg miii , ( or lhmtsvthmorimo bmtt tie
trouihie sviiuiiliig. lie wits it hmemtvlly hoackcsl
favorIte , Suinmimarles :
First race , about six filtiomigs , sehhiumg : hell
lUnget' , 103 , itergeim (7 ( to 1) ) , womm ; l'ilimce , 100 ,
llehiinlchms ( u to 1) ) , seconui ; .uImonietmm , 00 ,
Cochran (3 to I ) , tlmlith. 'i'ltmie : I :21. : You-
gusdu.'ne , Cumireimcy , l.itthuo Totughm uuimtl Stettl- :
fust smIte maim ,
b'ecomuml iaee , five fsmnbeimgs , seihlmmg : Coumulee ,
103 , Carr ( S to 5) ) , ssoum : Graimdoc , 100. ( rliiln
( :1 : to 11 , secommd ; Johmnii } ' l'ayne , 03 , Coeimramm
( S to 1) ) , thIrst. Time : 1:00. : Roblii hood I
ansI Shigo ulso maim ,
'l'hiirl rim on. n bout ci x fuirloumgs , hmmimi tllc'a p
Robin Boost ii , 01. Griillmt (3 ( to I ) , svoim
CIrce , :12 : , Cocuuran (13 ( to 5) ) , seon.t ; Itenhiza-
ii , , , , 1(17 1lv , , , , t7 in ii , , , 'ru , , , . t .ic
l."ernler , Cimmtm'lems A usmiti Otusude ttl ran.
Fourth risen , hums imatm'licnhi , nub ntmti n
qtiaiter : Ilnwthiorume , 118. Ciirr (3 to 1) ) . ss'omi ;
l.ovcilaic , ill , Grhuhuim (8 ( to 1) ) , seconuh ; 'l'hinrn-
huh , ii. ' , Ilemgcmt ( S to 1) ) , timlnh , 'I'hiime : 2.17.
tilleliul , Chmnimnion. Artictiui , Malor McLauihm.
Ilim , .hini FloOd , MmirI' S anti San 1.uis Itey
also ran.
FIfth race , iuteeplccbiase , nsibe amid a hmmtlf :
Tyro , 130Vlthmers (3 ( to 1) ) , svoui ; Eli icenuhig ,
130 , lilalcoly (5 to 1) ) . secoumtl ; 'l'emnpiemmiortu ,
155 , Ilnrrlms (3 ( to 1) ) timlrd. 'Finite : 8:2.S. : Mcmi.
docimmo. Memutor , Voodford , Morn anti April
also ran.
Sixth race , about sIx funhonga , si'iihnr
Ilyimman , 107 , lt'Omti (3 ( to 1) ) , % vomi Arne , Ci.
Butler (5 ( to 1) ) , m.ecommd.miragasmu ; , 103 , hilt
(10 to 1) ) , thmtrul , 'Flute : 1:2uJiA. : . Fly. Mtmtimtecr ,
St. Jacobs , Nicariuguma mumul 1tesnrs'e also rail.
I' S 0)01 ii I I on l'mo S Ii iii : .
Yesterday svas a giorbmms afternoon for
amusoclatiomi foot hall , Thieue was a good
ttmrmi out of time Y. M. C. A. Foot Bail climb
for vractice out time conumer of Elghmteenthm
unit Farnaimi stremts.
The mcmi hummed up as toIlets's :
East PositIon \Vest
l'ickeu'lng. . . . . . . . . . . . Goal . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nemmmo'
limuglis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lincici . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111101
Camneromi. . . . . . . . hIrthf backs . , . . , , Itelulltoger
b'mnlthmson 1'ai'1er
.lCsSOl ) . . . . . . . . . . . ltiglmt wIng . . . . . . . . .Crk'lu'lt
Ihtmi'dlck. . . . . . . . . . . . Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ltilllii
l'urshotne. . . . . . . . Left wing . . . . . . . . . . . h Iavei
Davey. MeDoumakl
They played halt na hour each way , nOul
at ( hue end of ( lame no goals beimmg 4cmlrr'd
they arraumgeul to vIal fifteen imilimutes
lommger each way , auth time extomai'rm : Ui' tlirmc
favored time westerners by one goal to iitthm-
1mw ; ( limit goal svas klcketh by Criehiet ( . 'l'imh ,
stan the most mmuccesssfmmi practice ( hunt liar
been held hmy thiose svhio are Inereateti 1mm
associatloum foot ball.
For thin tslnners , iteddinger , Pamicer , Mc-
Iomiaid and Crichmett iilal'ed very velh , For
thme Icaci's. I'icleerlmmg , In goal , noted very
cleverly ; itayles lint up a strong defeime ,
Jessop anti Davey swore time pick of ( lie for-
vmiu'd PlitYOrs , antI Iturdlek lea'etl huimmiiueif
tohe tIme lndefatlguable star of tue eastern
side. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Griffiui l'ratses hiitgg4' Farni ,
Thomas Griilln , wimo has ieasetl Union
I'ark , , Council Bluffs , for a rueries of yemurs ,
paid Clinton IL .Hm'lgga' Aismito tutochc farm
v'est of time cIty a visIt yesterday after-
l100Tm. Mr. Grliiin , svhio Is one of ( Ito beet
known htgt hmtmnc'ss men In the coumitry ,
Swiss lawlaim Itt imls encorniuius for Ihnlggs'
model place. Ii speakimog of hmls visit yes-
terthay Mr. Griffin saul : " 1 regard lilt.
Itrigga' place as one of time finest an,1 best
appointed etochc ( arms Iii time ivhoho courn-
try-nothIng soemmos to lie wanting. I have
seen all thin famous Kemmtsmehcy and Call-
forula places , but I mtmst say ( lust Mr.
lorlggs' farm ramiks 'way up by conipmsrlson ,
Time arrangements are alt lhrst'charus , slid
hIs alto ( or a goomi track Is uacxcelled. I
do not imcsttatc to say , also , that time staimle
of ( totters owned by your fellow townsman
svouhd be hard to hmeat , ammd In time hanils
of as gt'eat horsenmemi as Monroe SaIls-
ifliry amui J , ii. Ciiauudler I expect to see
theni mmoake a stIr In time world this seasoim. "
Istult $ lit NOW Onlemiur' .
NEW ORLEANS , Feb. 16.-Track very
heasy. Itesults :
F'irst race , five furlongs : Freedmami (2 ( to
1) ) svozm , Ammiia MeNalty (10 ( to 1) ) secontl ,
Black Jack (1 to 1) ) timird. Time : 1:13. :
Second race. sevemi and a half fum'hongs :
Dill 1Vhite (3 ( to 1) ) swoim , Le Graumila ( II to 1) )
second , Jim henry (8 to 5) third. 'Flume :
'TI'iriI race , six ( urhouigs : floyil Fm bce
(2 ( to I ) womi , Cerro ( Jordu (2 to 1) ) emeconml ,
Chmlmes (12 to 1) ) third. Time : iS.
Fourth race , hmmtmmdlcnp , live and a hmahf
furlongs : Tom Kelly (9 ( to 2) ) stan , Furlomug
(3 to 2) ) second , Trixto ( t to 1) ) thIrd. Tinme :
1:191' : . .
Fifth race , one mile : Dave Pulsifer ( S to
5) woum , Churchill CItrIc (9 ( to 6) ) aecontl ,
Tippccunoe ( tO tO 1) ) third. Time : 2:02 : % ,
Iverhiiirt ( htmtfotmahts alc'arlhiy.
pHlLADELPhhlA , Feb. IlL-Jack Ever.
hart of New Orleans and Charles McCmmrthmy
fought four rotmnds at the Southiwam'bc Atli.
letic chub tommighmt , W'imlle a decision sync
not givemi , It sinus plaIn to every one ( limit
Ihverhinrt had tIme bcst of time hiomut , lie slid
morn of the leading amid handed twice to
liicCamthmy's alice. The first rotmtiul was a
( nIle tame Jhs'erimnrt owiilemmtly siziug up
his mmiii. in time second roumish , imossever ,
thmny mixed It up aitul tIme New Orleans
lhghtter shioweti superIority hothi at Iniljmhmt-
lug mind it bug rammge. McCarthy stout
bamily w'lndcd at tIme close of time fourthm
rouuid , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
O'NeIl Smi N it % t'n Gnimiilmn ,
OMAhA. Feb. 16.-To the SportIng Eul-
Itor of ' ] 'he lIne ; I desIre to unity time
sacnieimt made In 'lime lIeu thirst I inati tm
fake light or i'iicelvtl any mmsoimey tot' ( hue
samime. 1 svaut tint in coniitiouu , bust tiuliilc I
put mip It goomh , strong llghit amid ( hunt time
euportiiig imubhic got Its mooney's wo'tim. If
yomu ( limit ( lucre stills any Inks nbotit tiii
affair come and hook at my eve ,
F'htldlJ O'NEIb.
Corbot 'ii' l.mhiI Up with Chic ( trIp.
ChICAGO , Fohm , 16.-Pugilist Corumett ,
who was reported unhissiuig last nIght , left
Chmictugo thus umiornliig for limo cast on ( hue
Keystone exprel's. Com'bett thlachahunctl nil
Intention of imitsyiimg time leiilhmig : male lim a
.nysttmrloumms rlueuupeamatmce antI declared ( lint
hmt , hail etlumiphv been detutlne'i by a inihit mU.
tack of Liut gu Ip. 'rime actor.pU4iUSt svams mmot
at all liuhipy over time publication of tile
story timat lie stams mlsslimg ,
S F. j.tiI I 4 1' p i'i Ii mc .t 4's t I n in l'm'iiiihsPs % % ( 'ii ,
S'l' . LOUIS. Feb. la.-'rhie entries for time
Lou etmike events of time sprIng mnectimig of
tIme St. LouIs Fair assuc'lmttioii were soothe
puhmiie touhmmy , imuiti hioss' ( hunt all have Ilihed
monmaricably tvohh , promnilng it eneetiimg tim
like of ti'iilch imiis rot boon hail In St.
Louis for inimimy y'anii , IImo toiuml mmtmuntwr
of ciiries ( or ( lie 1dm events is 761 , limehutl-
hug some of time host nnlimiaumt on time turf.
l'oi'er' I iii I' rf.'rosl my I I Ii ( Ii is 11 gist ,
CHICAGO , lrehm , 16.-Con 1)oybe of dm1.
cage aumtl Billy Moore of Ietralt were to
ihghmt in secret toumlghmt ( or a liurse or $100
aimul time svmto receIpts. 'I'iie vohice learned
of tim affair mind tiItleil time ploce just its
tIme vriilehimiils were pimIng ( ( on tm gloves.
About 40 sports were tirremstetl.
8mmtdl.ui'I'i'ack ( Isiscil.
ST. LOUIS , Feb. 10.-Learnhtig that ( lie
townahilpis of Brooklyn nisil Venice hind
iuamammtlne'i ' ngalumst Imladumsorm , ( lie man-
tigers of tIme race track held a mneetllig today
nim'h decitleti to dlscoumtlimue raoimmg for time
( tine helrmg , Time race track did riot ruim
( lila aftem000li ,
'lure t'iysrs Sitil ,
PAIIIS , ICy. , Feb. 1G.-Colonel It , Cl ,
Stoner has soul to W. 13. MarbIti of Spnluig.
field , Ill. , a 3-year.ohul colt , brother to Iimsron
Crisp , 2:11 : , by Baron \'ilkes , dons Nathmuhie ,
for $3,000. Ioughi Timomnam. has golil to Edward -
ward Millie of lioston a fast imacer by flour.
bon-Itussel , ( Or $1,000 ,
To nimriiliilltt irmitv ,
GALVESTON , 'I'ox , , Feb. 1G.-Iletore a
gooul milieti audience at 'l'remon ( opera
Imouse tonIght MIckey Fiimn of St , I.ouis
amid Bohu Aitemn of Galvestion ( ought a
twemmty-lhve round draw. IL syuss omme of
time moat scientitic fights ever seen here ,
. 'earn _ - _ '
iIAY OPEN TIlE SORE AGAIN )
Action of Manager Dodge of the Rio )
Gran1o Wcstm it Menace , 4'
TRAsMs'oURI ; PEACE IS IN DANGER
'
Ii thin Coloritsi , , lihagitmute himsislut on hloIsllii
Out of I lit , ISnuc itgreeiiient Othg , to
Oterimmiut Stsln Trhp There
% 'uIh lie 'l'ruuibie ,
_ _ _
Late ycatertlay afternoon ( lie imufornmntion
cauno frommu ieuiver ( lint General Mnmmumger I ) .
C. hothgo ) of ( lie Rio Granule Weiterus Was In-
ciined to take exeeptioum to General l'assenger
Agent hloumnet's actioum lii agroeluig that ( lie
thimhomm PacIfic tmiigimt give hde ( tills fromii
Ogmitmu to Salt Lake emi nmmmiid ( mlii amid highest
first class one way tickets , mmmiii tbmnt lie hiatt
teiegremplmeti Mr. I.omax that lie wotihi hot
sigmm tIme W'estern Truimk LIme mttrec'ummcmit with
that r'rovlsIon Incorporated ,
When Mm' . Lomax was shown ( lie ( ciegrimimi
imo seemmmt'd dazttl for a tmmonmcmmt , thioum waimteul
to knots' whitt : Colomiel ladge sm'aus alluding to ,
The rcporter tins umot up In inn tecluumiqtmo of
ralhroati lmmnmmagcmmieimt , aunt so himfornmeml Mr.
iommax. :
Time generil passemmger ngemmt of the hitiloum
Pacific , after a ummommmemmt's lbmouigbmt , saul :
" \'lmeum thin eoimerenco betwecum time transimmia-
soon lines relmmtlvo to timc boycott ss'as immld.
Mr. Caltiwell aketl itoh If ( lucre was nimythmiiig
lso the Uiuiouu i'aciflo demmmnuimleti. I Infonimiemi
btimi ( hero svmis tuatit I mmg , - 'rimeum lie mItt : ' You
are remitly to sigmi i3n agreemumemme ? ' I told Imimut , , . , J
( ha Ummiomi l'tucillc iiati bremi rcauly to slgmu for "s'
thin lmms ( six \t'ctl , em' six siuommtlms , ( lie iimoummemit
limo boycott ts as lifted. A cii'ciilar iLtter to
all lInes was tlin lurepareul ammti eigmmeti by thm
. transmmmlm.soimrl iuies , ( hue lila Grmmuimio Western
hm'in it mm'i'tt' 5,1 I bn , , , . , .n.n q'u , . .
ctular Is riots' 1mm the mmmmmils. emS bias Imemi re-
cnis'rd by mmummmmy rm'miils ' before tlmis.
"tJiomm ( hue concliisiomu of tIme mmmeetlmufrebatls'o
to time boycott 1 stout os'er to tue lila Oi'isumtlo
Western's ohihcesvimore a mug talk eimsumed as to
Utah busimmcs , commmnmisslotms that shommitl ho
vaIl for bumsiumesmu for Saltair anti ( iarfleitl
Beach , amId other immcitlemmts of time Utnhm shut-
aton. ; The qimestioum of ldo trlis caimme up anti -
I (01,1 , Mr. ilenmielt time Uniomm l'acitlc woultl do
just exactly as the lila Graiiilo Western In
the muiattor , If they siuuhtl abimsboim stop overs
55'O wotilti cut off side trips. In a worth , svould
be gultletl entIrely by what they till. This imiat-
ten does cot coimcenmm thin nssoclntlomm him ammy
'Val' ss'hmaes'er. I t is a immatter lmetweemm the
UnIon Pacific : ummtl Itlo Gratitie'esern luumrcly.
if the ItIo Granule''estenmi wammts to go back
out swimat ts'as a ( aIm' lmropooltiomm ( lint is Its
buslneea. We shah look to thmo association ,
of svimlch ste are mmmeumibers , for ( lie mmeccssary
vrotecion ( , jumsl as tie would hmave tried to liro-
toot ourselves hiatt we becim miSsIle ( lie asso-
clatlomm ,
"For twenty years ( ho llumiomm Pacific has
granted plibo trips to Salt Lake on tickets
having a hmimiit simiflchemm ( to allow stmchi ii visIt.
We are imot lIkely to cut it off mmow becatuso
thio 1(10 ( .raimde Westcnmi refuses to grant us
time equalIty we iuave lims1teul umpaum. There
immust be sonme mmmlstahtc' , however , for ( lie tele-
gramn of Colonel Iodge Is nmmihmlgtmous to say
( lie least. "
At tIme mmieeirg of transummlsootmri hues in
Iemus'er thmo subject of rates for ( lie National
Eduicational ssolation , Jumly 5 to 12 , svas takes
up , antI after commsirleratomm It tins dcclthetl to
make a omme fare mate imiums 2 fur tIme round
trip to tIme Colorado capital , tickets to go on
sale Jsmhy 4 , 5 , 6 aiIm ] 7 , mliii a flmmah himimit for
reum'n uctlh September 1. Time Colorado hines
also made excordlmmgly bit rates for sIlo trips
to all Colorado and Utahi iioints of Interest ,
and they are iuiamiy , as folders of the several
roads Indicate.
u..u1it.xuu teil. 00.-i iitl s4miiczigu -
. . , . , . .
get offices are tleligimte'tl wIth tIme itilssboimary
work of CImalnmimaum Caldwiell 1mm ( lie svest. Ills
stmccess wttlm the Union Pacific ammd time Rio
Grande \\'esei'uu ( , followed ss"thi lila pfrstiaslon
of' the Kansas City , Fort Scott & lilemmmplils ,
a lIce wimlclm has imever beau imersUaiied before -
fore , Is gratifying to thin umiemimbers of ( lie
commIttee. It is believed nuts' ( lint limo
chairman still bring the MissourI Pacific anti
time MissourI , Kansas & Texas Iumto itne and
therefore ( lie conmnsittee will be practically
complete , provlthlmmg ( imat ( lie Canadimmim PacIFic "
has mmot jummiped the traces whIle thin chair-
nian has hssen worltimmg iii thio svest.
ItrIrted Out ( lii Sli ICC' Flee.
CHICAGO , Feb. 16.-Eighteen yottng men
mcTto's hail a harrow escape front beIng
cari'lcd otm ( liito time ( iptimi hake on an Ice
floe thmls suftc'rntmon. Tlmoy hail sicateil out
(0 the fouim'-immtle cr11 , , anti Wimen they wera
rotim'mmlumg tley foumud that the lee had
vatted , : uimd tin' ) ' tt'ere cattIest out cmi the
lake. Time crib keeper saw time trouble , anti
at once teiephmomsc.i to thmo city for us tug , ri
wimichi was instantly eturleil omit. Before
It was omit of thin river , however , all of
time eighmtecmi had imeen rescuesh by llemmrv
Tagg , a. imiuntor , who was out In a small
row boat , baitIng for tluck.
Eqiiimtt Fi'Yt'Im I ii ii imm , , tY un cc.
S1'itING VALLEY , III. , F'eii. 16.-JameS
Connerton , a wenllhiy farmmier , hIvIng near
Lafid , Ill. , stan found burled Iii a smiow
Init between 1mb. lulmice smith Ilprirmg Valley
totlay. 1 Ic' sync ( rozeul stiff , antI intil imeomi
timero since Friday of last stock , at which
( hue lmIs ruu'h'len disrippearamico imm'stiIleti
his family amid friends.
Mmtrnhmmg.s l.teemst'us ,
Time following immarniago licenses were issued -
sued by ( ho county clerk yesterday ;
Name unit AtldrLss Age.
, Tohmn Peterson , Ontmmiia..j . . . . . 23
AhvIluhn Inhih , Ommuimim. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Damolel Strimpet , ( unaha. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4C
UnnaIl I'lltchmell , Omnahims. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Cim II rumimil by I i.e . Ss'umatr' .
WASI1ING'I'ON , Feb. 16.-'rhme senate to.
day contlu'mneil ( lie folhoss'ln ; ; mmonmlnationa
l'ostmastcii4 : Iosva-F. A. l'cclc , Ilmiiuiboldt
Nols IlerJngcr , Slieitomm , Isntmsan-M , F'
Ahuherson , VIimchmuor. Moiitaimut-J , C. Curtin
Iluiemmn. Ilarthiohoitiew ifeminculy , isurvoyoi
of customims , Imort of Ie liloliics.
iABY ONE SOLID ED
T4ttermlhiy oil Fli'o with Fiozoma.
crcam1zmg timid Clawing nil
tlio 'l'hmnc.
jtdtlod to thIs were Abscoasea anti
uppiiriitIn.
Emitircily Cured by Cutlcut-a , Now
Stout auth hearty.
Our 11(110 baby , uthmsmot 2 years old , was
tkemi smith r.oaam forum E ) ! i'ceimiu : wbemm shin
wail about three maummdms old , tier little body
wao oats saud rc.l fromu thm
I tolc of her foot to time crown
. - , . ' of hier hieaml , iii she icetimeut
J tolciiiemailyalhroacreamiuIug
- ' arid ehnwtiig all thin ti xml a ,
c _ . Wimeit 'imo was about lire
. ' . , mouth , culti , there tutu ambled
\ . . D 'if iobmerailliciuimaiiscessesanth
5- , ' 1 Suihilurtitluuui ) , Vo trIed this
4-r j''r local lii. JJ.'s , auid seine other
rs , ( , . S rrnicdics witlmniut any relict ,
.cF.J'0sd. ' I hail maul coasldcrabho about
this t'L'a'IcVII.t himniiiuis : , ansi
000 0 ? our neighbors had uise..l Shout , iaiimmimm
Limmtt ( lucy svesu a good as claiimietl , I conclude
to try thmr'miiammd after thus use of tlircu or four
tmoxmuof ( ltmricurm.t , anml about ono anti oiie.hmalt
bottie of ( ho Ct j'ierimm.t 3tIsom.t'r..T : , ivilhi limo
CtrrmcumL % SeAl' , omit little one ii now emmtlrehy
ousted , armii Is mttn'mt ' aumtl heartY , Your CuTicoitA.
lttimr.nims : art , all amid nirum ilman you ci.tiimi ( licut
to imo , I shntys ; have a good uvuril to mimy friends
had nci"lmbor fsmr ) ommr execil'rit remedies.
C , 11. WOOl ) , Vhutto Cinuil , Mo ,
CUTICUFIA WORKS WONDERS
{ otimlng can be more cacoaragtng to dii-
CO.mrsgo.i Patent. tlmmun mInt rcmumar'.aiiho cures
daily elfecteit amnommg Iuaits : Anti cbilihrntm b
the Ctrm'u'rmtA Jthasr.mor4. Cures 1mm cimildimoa
mean a Ilmetlumme of freedommi from torturing ,
thttliguring , humiliatIng huiumor , .
1olmi throtumuhoet lop world , l'rlcc , Curmlcuni ,
SOC. , tti.ip,21c ; ItcsuLvaxTl. i'orrsa Dune
s.D Cimasi , Coiur , , mole i'ropnltors , flostos ,
. -1low to Curs Skin liieascs , " mailed tree.
flIrI1'I.E. , blaclJmcat. , red , rough , chsppd , nad
run _ cIty okia uretl byCeiucem : hiom' .
fi1' STOPS THE PAW.
flackaciit'kldneyimaiuawcaknesi ,
I rhmeumnatisium , anti imtsivutaf l'Alui mc.
lived in orme mInute by titus Ctat $ .
curd Anti l'uslu ! bsstor , Q. (

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