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THE OMAHA DAILY B13Jis ! SA Rti HP AY. M AHOJI 14 , 1800.
k MAY DECIDE IT BY MONDAY Governor Holcoral ) Prepared to Settle tlio Soldiers' Homo Investigation , LINCOLN BUSY WITH A QUEER PRIMARY Fli-nt Selection of Cnnillilnlcn timler tlic Cnmforil S > oiit AUruetn Mm-Ii Attention A in o 11 K tlic l.ociil I'ol- Itlulniin HIM ! A'otor * . MNCOLN , March 13. ( Special. ) Governor tlolcomb has not yd anncunced his findings In the Gr.xml Island Solillcra' home Investi gation. Since hl return , the Rovernor lian been tulto | busy with nr. accumulation of pressing bu-jlnrts MI lila desk , and 1ms not had the opportunity to take up the matter. Ho aya thnt lie will bo ready to prepare his findings by tomorrbw or Mrmlay , al least. Blnco tlio illsmlfjsal of the case of the stnlo nt-ilnst cx-Trcasuitr Hill by the supreme court , $73G.tS more ot cot-la have bnon paid , This makes a total of I2.701.C5 , which leaves of the balance of I ho IcglM.itlve appropria tion , $0,007.55. It Is understood that there nro n number of other bills to come In. Ueforo Uoftroe W. 8. Summers today a liearlnis wan had In the Kltzficrald-Mallory case. The nmoiint of fees duo attorneys Is the pubjcct matter of the prevent dispute. Attorney J. M. Woolworth of Omaha , \\lio was allowed $2,000 , wants more. However , ho did not appear today , anA a further hear- Inj ; will bo had tomorrow morning. An cplwdo of the Unbrogllo about the Lansing theater occurred In district conrl today , when the plaintiff , Ud Church , filed a lengthy reply to tlio crow petition of Lansing The hearing Is set for Wednesday next , before - fore JudRU HolniPB. Church saya that the reason ho Is not paylnf ; over money tt Linslns In because the latter U not putting up his lialf to pay employes of the tlxSntcr. 0m of the points mndo by Churcli Is that one ol the consTToratlons named when ho cntcrei Into a contract to manaco the theater wai that he. Church , fchtmlil rlve Lansing hal of tlio J14,000 subscribed by adjacent prop crty owncry when the theater \\as c m menccd. Of thin amount , he says Lanslm " has collected $7,000. He contends that be fore hanging can call the agreement at 01 end and oust him from the management , hi must give him that $7,000 , the conslderatloi paid. Ho nleo denies * that ho has abandons the contract. PRIMAUV ELECTION HBSULTS. ThA republican primaries today awakenci its much Interest and drew out as large i crowd ns Is usual at a regular election. Con ducted , aa they were , according to the Craw ford pyetcm , they poa.wsed all the element ot an election , for It Is pretty Renerall conceded that a nomination for city ofllc this year Is about equivalent to an election There will bo no city convention , the candl date for n wan ! or city office receiving th largest number of votes being the candldat befCTO the people on election day. A foruioon the hotel corridors wcro throngec ami In the afternoon a break was made fc the primary booths , where the business wa conducted by the regular Australian ballot. McKlnleyltes placed ballot boxes at th booths for the purpose ot a certalnl s th pre'ferenco of the city for tlie president ) : candidate. The city central committee ha rcfut'ed to make this move an official oni and the voting was done , therefore , prlr clpally by McKlnley supporters. There wei 3,000 votes cast. McKlnloy received 2,50 ! Mnndcrson , 317 ; Allison , 102 , and the rci scattering. The returns are late In coming In , owln to the great length of the Australian ba lot used , which contained the names < twenty-eight people for city offices nlon besides the ward candidates for nlderme und commltteemen. For police judge tl present Incumbent , Frank II. Waters , m far ahead of any other candidate , uefturlr a plurality of 368 votes over elx competitor For city attorney N. C. Abbott , presci A Incumbent received a plurality of 9. Fi water commissioner L. 3r Byers has plurality of 40. Ferdinand Bonstei Is nominated for city engineer at C. H. Could tor cemetery tru tee. Interest centered on water comml sloner and police Judge and the prose water commissioner , J. W. Perclval , seer to have been badly beaten. There was 01 alderman to bo nominated In each war In the First , Flnley beats Copeland 1 tWenty-nlne. Comstock , In the Seventh , bea the present Incumbent , Meyers. Spear , the Third , has a plurality ot 100 , and Woo ward has 230 In the Sixth , angalnst 125 f Graham and 170 for Holyoke. O.V. . We ster was renonflnated In the Fourth wit out opposition , Barr Parker In the Fifth ai William Lawler , father of the curfew c dlnanco. In the Second. Water claims for the "Wllcox and Dyflc ditches. Red Willow county , for water fro the Republican river , were allowed today 1 the State Board of Irrigation. The clal of John Miller , for water from Brush Crec Frontier county , was dismissed , he not ha Ing compiled with the law In perfecting 1 claim. Ho was given a certain number days In which to perfect his priority claim. Omaha people In Lincoln : At the Llndell Charles E. Benson , Richard Smith , H. Irey , J. A. Epenetor , Edward Lytle. At t Lincoln J. M. Birmingham , E. F. Jordt H. T. Clarke , J. A. Carpenter , F. A. Brogt 1MIEAC1IEH ri.ACii > IS A SAI ) 1M.IGI Huoil ( or llroiu'h of I'rninlNu tin ; Di After IllH AVtMlilliiK. UNIVERSITY -PLACE. Neb. . March 13 , ( Special. ) Rev. A. C. Crosthnaltc. presldl older of York district of the Nebraska cc fcrcnce of the Methodist Episcopal chun was In town this weolc looking after preacher for Utlca. Ho Imd Just dismiss from that charge Rev. C. A. Stewart , agali whom charges of breach of promise h been made. Mr. Stewart Is a former si dent of the Wesloyan. Wlille here he I came engaged to ono of the lady studcn the daughter ot one ot the prominent re dents ot this place. Since going to hta chat at Utlca last fall he has found anotl maiden nutting his fancy better than the o henu engaged to here. Saturday he asli Rev , Mr. Crosthwalte to marry him at quarterly conference. This the elder Iiiwil to do until ho had cleared up so charges which ho had In his pocket agali him , wjilch had been made by some of 1 members the day before. Accordingly I preacher wont to a neighboring minister , d turblng his slumbers , and had the knot t near midnight. He assisted In the scrv Sunday morning , saying nothing about I matter , so the'elder did not know of It ut after ho had left town. Upon learning i truth , ho Immediately dismissed him fr the pastorate and ordered him to vacate I parsonage. But the and of his troubles U I yet. He now has a breach of promise s brought against him by li'a former betrotl here.Itov. . Mr , Hornnady has been secui to preach In Utlca next Sunday. M\VKIIUC : A MISI Drulh of 11 Fn'iuontlinn Develop * I'etMilliir Situation. FREMONT , March 13. ( Special. ) . ! funeral of Ferdinand Newltlrk of this c was held this afternoon at hla late reslder HDV , H , J , Dlerks of the German Metlioi Episcopal church officiating , Mr. Newk was supposed to be very poor and clatti to be almost entirely dependent upon pension. . Slnco liTs death It develops , that was a miser. He left awill bequeath property reported to bo of the value of ? : 000 and consisting of farm lands. Ho weld old , cast-off clothing and bought scare enough food to keep htmtelf and wlfo fr starving. Ho was In the liablt of go nround to the grocery stores and buy rancid butter and other old articles. I.IOI'IIXO tit Ho tl > C I H Mill' . OSCEOLA , Neb. , March. 13. ( Special , At the last village election the republic made a party Issue and submitted the qu tlon of license. ' The republican board ' elected and although there were three the board In favor ot license , the pet Bald no saloon , and they acted acdordlni This year the non-partisans have callc * meeting of the citizens to put up a tic aturd jr evening , * S.VIMV ix .riKM'.noi's CIVAKITITISS. Mnny ! \ > l rn1 < n Tnwnn Report'it IlcnvjI'ntl , KEARNEY , Neb. , Msrch 13. ( Special Tele gram. ) H commenced snowing here about GSO : this mornlnK and lifts continued steadily all day. There ha been no wind , and there Is now fully tweUo Inches on a level. HASTINGS , March 13. ( Special Telegram. ) A four ) Inch snow fell hero today. LRXINOTON , Neb. , March 13. ( Special. ) Tour Inches of snow fell last night and It continued today. GIBBON , Neb. , March 13. ( Special. ) A steady fall of snoty began about 4 o'clock this morning , with a light brcczo from the south- cast. At 11 o'clock eeven Inches had fallen , with no Indication ot an abatement. The mercury Is 20 nbove zero. GOTHENBURG , Neb. , March 13. ( Special. ) It commenced snowing hero this morning , covering the ground to the depth ot two Inches , and It Is still snowing very fast , with Indications of a heavy fall. INAVAU3 , Neb. , March 13. ( Special Tel egram. ) The largest snow storm of the win ter IB ragltifj today , hovlnpr snowed for forty-eight I/ours. / About Blx Inches has fallen , it Is etlll snowing. BERTRAND. Neb. , March 13. ( Special Telegram. ) Snow has been falling hero for the past forty-eight hours and Is now four Inches on the level. ORD , Neb. , March 13. ( Special. ) Three Inches of snow fell early this morning. AURORA. Neb. , March 13. ( Special. ) The ground Is covprcd with enow and a lively storm U now In progress. Consid erable Inquiry for Hamilton county lands Is being received from the east now. The people have faith that this will be n good year for crops , and the number willing to dispose ot land grows smaller every day. MOOREFIELD , Neb. , March 13. ( Special Telegram. ) Fully Unco Inches of snow has fallen hero during tlio last three days. To day It Is snowing hard. Farmers are elated over prospects of a crop the coming sea son. son.ELM CREEK , Neb. , March 13. ( Special. ) About five Inches of snow has fallen here during the past forty-eight hours , and It Is still snowlim hard with prospects ot lasting all day. ELWOOD , Neb. , March 13. ( Special Tele gram. ) Snow has been falling for the past forty-eight hours and It Is still snowing hard. This will put the ground In fine shape for spring work. Winter wheat has never looked finer In this locality nt this time of thr > venr. WYMORE , Neb.Mnrch 13. ( Special. ) A light enow has been falling here for several hours. WOUt.Il CIIAXOIS IIUSI.M3S8 JIHTIIOIIS , County GoiiiiutHMloiierM of INortlnvoNt- rn Nrlii'iisUa Meet at Norfolk. NORFOLK , Neb. , March 13. ( Speclal.- ) A short time ago the county commissioners ot Madison county Issued a call requesting the county commissioners of northeastcrr Nebraska to meet In Norfolk yesterday foi the purpose of forming an organization : with a view to adopting uniform methods ol conducting public business. The following commissioners responded to the Invitation C. Wlshoff of Dlxon county , George Har rlgfeld of Wayne , J. W. Undcrberg , S. D Denny and A. Axen of Stanton , C. F Worker , D. W. Wood and J. F. Koltermai of Pierce , A. H. Norwood of Antelope , S B. Mcrehead of Boone and II. W. Winter A. C. Joliiu-on and .1. J. Hughes of Madison H. W. Winter was elected president , A Axcn of Stanton vice president and D. W Wood secretary. " " UAItLAX 111ACB FOR CONGRESS Declared HIM Ciindliliicy IH In Gooi Faith. YORK , Neb. , March 13. ( Special Tele gram. ) The report having been circulated tha Hon. N. V. Harlan ot this city was candidate for congress from this dlstrlcl causing much comment over th state , The Bee correspondent Intervlewe that gentleman tonight. He admitted tha he was a candidate and had entered the rac In good faith. Mr. Harlan's friends In till county have been urging him to become candidate for some time , but only tor th la&t few days has he allowed Ms name to b used in this connection. When this actlo waa announced at this place today It wa well received. Ho has a host ot friends 1 York county , as well as In the entire dlstrlc He will be present at the convention , with good delegation , Including that of Yor county. DiMitliH of n Day In XclirttKkii. YORK , Neb. . . March 13. ( Special. ) Bei Israel Brown died at his home In this clt at 6 o'clock yesterday morning. Ho ha been sick for some time. Mr. Brown wa born In Brownvllle , Pa. , May 27 , 3813. I 1872 he was graduated at Wheaton colleg and four years later at the theological sen Inary at Oberlln , Since that time he he been engaged in ministerial work , and we well known In Iowa. He has been at th place but a short time , having remove hero after being compelled to give up h work on account of poor health. Judge S , H. Sedgwick arrived at th place yesterday to attend the funeral i his brother-in-law , Rev. Israel Brown. Mrs. Northrup , mother of Mrs. G. 1 Nortlmip of this city , died at her hon In Utlca , N. Y. , yesterday. She was we known In York , having resided here for time. Dr. J. B , Conaway of York has receive a telegram announcing the death of h father und the severe Illness of his mothc Both arc quite aged. Dr. Conaway hlmse Is suffering from a severe cold. AURORA. Neb. . March 13. ( Special. ) Cornelius Wilson , a retired farmer" living 1 this city , died of consumption yesterday ; the age of C3. Ills renialiis were transport ! to Illinois for IntermentHe leaves a wl g and three children In comfortable clrcur ' " stances , i , ASHLAND , Neb. . March 13. ( Special. ) The funeral 9f Wesley Harnsberger to ( place today from the residence of his GO In-law , John McCalg. The sermon wi preached by Rev , C. P. Hockney at the res dence. Mr. Harnsberger was born In Oh In * 1808 and came to Cass county In 18G settling nnar Alvo , PLATTSMOUTH , Neb. , March 13. ( Sp clal , ) Blanch Miller died yesterday at h father's homo near Union at tlio ago of 2 The funeral occurred today. lo Duller Eiliiciitloiial Convention , DAVID CITY , Neb. , March 13. ( Special. ) The annual educational convention of Ik ler county began today. Many promlne educators of the state are present and tl convention promises to bo up to Its usu standard. Among those present are Clia cellar MacLean , ex-State Supcrlntendo Goudy , Judge Norrls , Prof , .lemmonit , Sta Superintendent Corbett , Chancellor Croc Rev , J , G. Tate and others of promlnon In educational matters. Itoiinlillfiin Convfiilloim Arriiniri-il NORFOLK , Neb. , March 13 , ( Special. ) The republican congressional central coinm tee at a meeting- held In this city decided hold two conventions , the delegate couve tlon to be held at Norfolk April 22 and t convention for the nomination ot a congrei man at Columbus August 27 , Note * . The Blair Courier Is In the sheriff's p ( session on a chattel mortgage. Judge Norrls closed h's first term ot d ty trlct court at Elwood Friday. Caps county farm lands are In great ut mand , and renters arc paying a premium 1 rk desirable places. ed Headmaster CrooVt of the Elkhorn Arlington was knocked down by a trc Is and seriously hurt , he The York declamatory * contest , whl ig was to be held ] at that place last night , w re postponed for one week , owing to the den ! of Rev. Mr , Brown. Court In the Second Judicial district w commence at Plattimouth Monday with 1 cot < es docketed 123 equity , sixty-four Ii and twelve criminal. The members of Harmony lodge of Da1 City'are preparing to celebrate the men seventh anniversary of Odd Fellowship na appropriate ceremonies April 26 , A York olHcor Thursday night dlscovei a well dressed stranger lying In an Insi Bible condition near the depot In that cl ilo He va suffering from a stroke ot paralyi He was without money and wan working ! way from Billings , Mont , to Qulncy , 111. : et seems to be a photographer , hiving to vuppllei on hti person. MIND WRECKED BY RELIGION Prosperous Adams Oounly Farmer Hangs Himself While Demented , HERMAN BENTERPS CAREER CLOSED CoinmltM Suicide In n Corn Crib on 111 * IMnoc In the Aliicucc of Ills Fa ui I Iy. HASTINGS. . March 13. ( Special Tele gram. ) Herman Bentert , a prosperous young farmer who was living1 with his father , Fred Bentert , on a farm four miles from this city , committed sulcldo at 11 o'clock this morning by hanging himself In a corn crib. Last night his father noticed that he was acting strange and nervous , but when spoken to about It he replied that he was vtell. but did not care to go to bed. His father stayed up with him until a very late hour trying to persuade him to retire , but the son refused to bo persuaded , so remained up all night. This morning Herman \\ould not do his usual morning work. Ho remained In the house until his father went over to see a neighbor on some business. During the father's absence. It Is supposed , the son planned the means ot taking his own life. Going out to the barn ho got a long , stout rope and then went to the corn crib. After entering the crib ho carefully fastened the door , climbed up to the rafters , to which he tied tlio rope and adjusted It to the proper length , then slipping the noose around his neck , lie jumped off. His father found him nn hour later. Coroner Cook was noti fied and an Inquest held. The verdict was that he came to his death by hanging him self while temporarily Insane. Fred Bentert says that his son had talked a great deal ot late on religion and thinks that was the cause of the Suicide. Herman Bentert waa well known all over the county , having lived hero for over twenty years,1 and during that time made considerable money and was considered very well fixed. He was 36 years old. IIDMCHT UIA7.I AT InCI\ It-Council Illoclc tlic Svene o ( n Ile- Ktrnetlve Klre. LINCOLN , March 13. ( Special Tele- Tarn. ) At 12:20 : Ore broke out In the first : ory of the McConnell block , 1029 O street , ind It will likely be gutted. The building Is handsome two-story brick , owned by John cConnell , and fully Insured. The flrst door occupied by Ackerman's millinery store , he upper story by law offices and roomers , udge Cornish ot the district court has his oems there , and several attorneys have la\\ ifllces on that floor. At .this hour It Is 1m- tosslblo to learn the amount ot Insurance on ho millinery stock or probable loss on the lutldlng. I'rniloiivr of 1S12 War. PLATTSMOUTH. Neb. , March 13. ( Spc ilal. ) Plattsmouth has the honor ot possess ing probably the only pensioner of the wai f 1812 that lives in Nebraska , If not the nly end In the United States , In the persor if Mrs. Mary B. Harrison , widow of Colone heldon P. Harrison. Mrs. Harrison Is al most 90 years of ago , and remarkably wel reserved. She. was about thirty year ounger than her husband , who has beei cad for a number of years. Colonel Har Ison was a resident of Virginia during th var , being among the first to respond. H ccelved as pay for his service warrant good for ICO acres of public land whereve lie might cheese to locate. Mrs. Harrlso ecelves a pension of $12 per month fron ho government. There are also two soldier of the Mexican war In this city , Henry Wat son and H. G. Spencer. TeUmiiii.li ISiidorMex tlie Major. TCKAMAH , March 13. ( Special. ) The re publican primary to elect delegates to th republican county convention was held I this city last night. More Interest wa manifested by republicans than for pevora years and a strong delegation was selectee everal speeches were made for McKlnle by republicans ot the city. After eclectln a delegation the following resolution was It troduced and passed without a dlssentln voice"That : the delegates hero elected t the county convention bo Instructed to us every available and honorable means , 1 the , county convention , to secure the electlo of a delegation to both the state and cor gresslonal conventions1 , Instructed for Wl llam McKlnley for president. " Fremont I'ytlilniiH Kntcrtnlii. FREMONT , March 13. ( Special. ) The sc clal given by the Odd Fellows and Knight of Pythias at Pythian hall last evenln was a very successful affair. Nearly 30 people were In attendance. Sir Knight Ai thur Gibson acted as master of ceremonlei The principal address was delivered by . E. Frlck of the Knights of Pythias , whlc was very Interesting- and well received. . fine musical and literary program was rer dcred. The most entertaining feature we the sword dtlll by a company of twelv ladles of the Rathbone Sisters. After tl program an adjournment was taken to tl : Odd Fellows' hall , where a fine banquc was served. Music was furnished by Kei dtlck's orchestra. ' lleiuililleuiiH ut the I'rlniiirti-M. BEATRICE , Neb. , March 13. ( Sped : Telegram. ) The republican city prlmarlc were held here today , the Crawford systei being used. The following ticket was norr Inated : Councilman , First ward , G. L. Coli Second , C. H. Johnson ; Third , D. K. Moor < Fourth , E. H. Ambler ; Fifth , J. E. Cobbej Sixth , B. E. McCorkle ; city clerk , Harry I Harper. There was a heavy vote polled on the system of a direct vote for candldatt proved quite popular. IlnriiionlouN Itcniilillcnn Convciitloi HASTINGS , March 13. ( Special Tel gram. ) Thp republican city convention m In the court bouse tonight and proved tl most harmonious convention over held the city. The nominations made are : Mayc C. F. Moreyj city treasurer , Will Yette clerk , Edward Francis ; councilman , Fir ward , B. Button ; Second , J , R. Sims ; Thlr Hal Main ; Fourth , J. H , Splcor ; school boar E. Longovln , William Hrach and 0. L. Hot 1'ollc County Court A < ljonrnei1. OSCEOLA , Neb. , March 13. ( Speclal. ) Judge Sedgwick adjourned district cou yesterday , having cleaned up the docket co talnlng more cases than any term for a goi many years , Drw P. S. George , found gull of practicing medicine without rcglsterin wa ? fined $50 and costs and Jailed until tl line Is paid. The doctor Is from Lincoln ai o ( . course did not have any money. OP THIS "X" UAYS. - ' f rlnccfon CnllrRo Vc ° ta < iar Tel In of tlic New SPiotlce , NEW YORK , Marchr 13 < l'rof. W. 0. taglo ot Princeton cofirfec nViokc bctoro the 'rlncelon club of New York at Its regular larch meeting In the Brunswick on the Roentgen rays and what Prlncteon was doing oward the development r tncm. Stcreopll- on plates were exhibited ! showing the bcno tructuro ot small animals and Illustrating ho vlowa of the lecturer on the efficiency f different tubes. A ftrHK of plates was xhlbltcd also Illustrating the use of the ncthod In treating diseased parts ot the > ono and detecting the presence of foreign substances In the body and In watching the irogteas ot recovery from operations. "Tho rayo penetrated iflf bodies , " the pro- ossor explained , "but flrtfcrent degrees , so that If they fall upon n fluorescent screen r a photographic plate , they set up shadows t different degrees of intensity. By obscrv- ng thopo shadows we can perceive the proa- nee , the outline andi sometimes even some details of structure of the bodies which cast hem , even when they arc so enclosed as note o bo visible to the eye. By the aid of a ube carrying at ono end a fluorescent scre.cn mid so fitted to the eye nn to exclude oxter- .nal light these shadows may be observed directly. "Tho rays are also characterized by dlffen- ent power cf penetration , those which are more highly evacuated giving the greatest penetration , though not necessarily the most > renounced action on the photographic plate. The best tube Is always ono with thin vails , and for most uses ono with a very high vacuum. " CHICAGO'S STIIIKI2 STII/I. CONTINUES , ' f * TliiKiMiuul Onrment AVorlcern Join tlie Clothing Cutterx. CHICAGO , March 13. In aid of the cutters who are now out on a strike In this city 8.00C Chicago union garment workers last nlghl at their meeting declared a sympathetic t-trlke. This vart body ct workers will neces sarily bo Joined by as many more who nro nol members of the union , but who are In synv pathy with them and for whom there will b ( no work during tha Idleness of the cutters trimmers and tailors. The sciltlmcnt In favor of the strike wo : practically unanimous. At a meeting of Cut tors' and Trimmers' union Ne. 61 , held lasi night , the advisability of calling out memberi of that body was approvingly discussed. Thi general feeling appeared to be that In crcat Ing an absolute tie-up of clothing tnanufac ture In Chttago lay the best chance for thi garment workers to win a battle which thcj look upon as Involving- the very existence o their organization. In accordance with the action taken las night at meetings _ of the various tailor ; union" , 13,000 tailors' went out on a strike to day , comprising approximately the lota strength of the union organizations. Al though thcro arc some nonunion men stll at work , the strikers claim practically ever ; shop In Chicago Is tied up. The big strlk was accomplished without violence , th strikers reporting at their headquarters o remaining quietly at home. MAUK rUIIIiIC SOME AVAll 1USTOIW Chief JiiNtloc'nnly'n Vnrt In tlie Mnsoi iinil Sllilell AlTnlr. NEW YORK , March 13. After Chle Justice J. P. Daly had delivered an In terestlng lecture on "Songs and Son ; Writers , " under the aujspUips. of the Youn ; Men's Hebrew association/if at the Tempi Emmanuel , the secret bf the surrender o the confederate commissioners , Mason an Slidell , to England thirty-four years ago. wa made public for the 'first time. Lawyc Henry Morrison explained In' detail the ovei hauling of the British ship "Trent " by Captal Wllkes of the frigate 'Sf.'U'acInto and th tapturo of the Qonfedcrat&'arepresentatlvei It. was stated by Mr. Morrison that Chit Justice Daly , satisfied Ithat" Captain Wllke had acted In a mannar lnfit warranted li International law , hurrlerd la Washington an urgtd President Lincoln to release Mason an , Slidell. To this Mr. LlhccjliVand his cabin ! finally consented. Mr. "Morrison stated thi the fact that Chief JiistlceDaly was U moving spirit In this Important national It cldent had never before been made publl Eulogistic resolutions 'Unj-aHonor of Chli Justice' Daly 't were passed by Jtheo Yqun Men's Hebrew clubitaftornlMr. . Morrlsc had finished his statement. MINISTER WILLIS RUAUV TO QV11 United StntcH a nil the llntriillnn It ) 1 jjubllc Are nt OutM. SAN FRANCISCO , March 13 A special I . local paper from Honolulu-says : Unite States Minister Willis bas announced his li tentlon of leaving Hawaii April 1C. Th statement , made In the face ot the minister recent denunciation of a similar report , construed and Generally believed to men ihat he will return. Many people are of tl opinion that the American legation will 1 closed for the remainder of President Clev land's term In order to get even with tl Dole regime for criticising the action Minister Willis In refusing to acknowledi the January celebration. Mr. Willis' d parture Is looked upon as the only recoun left , as he has been persona non gra trom the moment of his arrival. There hi been more or less talk of the possibility the Hawaiian government giving Mlnlsti Willis his passports and It Is fair to surml that WIHIs Is leaving to prevent such contingency. niicklcn'a Arnica rfulve. The best salvo In the world for cut bruises , sores , ulcers , salt' rheum , fever sore tetter , chapped hands , chilblains , corns , ai all skin eruptions , and positively cures pll or no pay required. It is guaranteed to gl1 perfect satisfaction or money rsfunde Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Kul & Co. o- FrlKhtful nnil Peenllnr Accident. CINCINNATI , March 13. A frightful ai peculiar accident took place this nfterno at the establishment of Rhelnstrom Bro on Pearl and Martin streets. An artcsl ; well was being sunk on the premises and the depth ot 300 feet a , veln of natural g was struck. This rushed up to the boll room and caused a frightful explosion , bio Ing off the roof and wrecking the belle and other machinery. Engineer Euge Keefer was seriously hurt and two othc slightly Injured. The fire engine next dc quickly subdued the fire. Enrfiiite to JeriiHiilciii , FORT WORTH , Tex. , March 13. A pal of pilgrims from San Saba and Lam pas counties passed through this city today , e route to Jerusalem. The pilgrimage caused by the belief that the world w soon como to an end and they desire to In the holy city and meet Christ "when t end comes. The pilgrims are well-to-do a have stood high In the estimation of all their respective homes. It. It.to to II' tie J so Flaky S'UJ ' biscuits and pastry arc the result the proper baking powder. M v orat eor Inch ) CALUMET I 111 as th BAKING POWDER 99 LW is proper in price , ingredients and strength. - Idy $ 1,000 to you if you find anything impure yby or unwholesome in it ed A pinch of it baa power enough to do n pound ofleavenlpg. ty.u. . CALUMET BAKING POWDER CO. , CHICAGO. u. tie no PAINE'S ' CELERY COMPOUND , # V t Mrs. J. A , Sample Owes Her Strength to Tills the Best of All Remedies , Hi. fl For the unfortunates who lie awake , starIng - ' Ing at the celling and counting the strokes of the clock , every sleepless night Is an eternity. Mrs. J. A. Sample of 1553 Broadway , New- York Cltj ? , was afflicted with Insomnia until her nerves were on the verge of prostration. She thinks her condition was duo to Indi gestion. Hero Is what Mrs. Sample saye : "I have urod Palne's celery compound with marked and decided benefit. It Is es pecially useful In Insomnia , arising from In digestion and poorly nourished nerves. "I should add that my granddaughter , Vera Hallelgh , who was so thin and puny at the age ot ten as to cause us the greatest anxiety. We had no difficulty In Inducing her to take Patne's celery compound. To day the roses bloom In her checks , and ,1 never saw a healthier , stronger child than Palno's celery compound has made her. " . The brain Is the center of the nervous sys tem. Sleep alone rests this vital organ , to- gethor with the norvcs. During the waking hours the nervous system works Incessantly. Poor sleep means a poor nervous condition , and prolonged Insomnia leads In every case to prostration , and too often lo dread Insan ity. The mischief that results from weakened ened- nerves Is much greater and more de structive than most folks even dream of. The all-Important filing for nervous , run down persons , and for those who are losing sleep , Is that Palne'a celery compound builds up the whole physical system , and by Im proving the digestion and regulating the nerves It Insures sound , refreshing sleep. In winter most women and many men lead hothouse lives. A flagging appetite , a disposition to pick at this dish and tHat rather than to cat a square meal , Is among the early Indications of falling health. Then comes delay In falling , asleep and the fret ful , uneasy feeling the next day. Deliverance from mich a miserable condi tion by the use of Palne's celery compound has cauood men and women from every sec tion ot tlio United States to write sincere , hearty words of pralso and thankfulness for this grand lnvlgota.tor. People enjoying perfect health somntlmca wonder at this gratitude , but whoever has suffered from prostration ot the nerves , of which In somnia la ono ot the symptoms , will undcr- otand how ham It IB to overstate tho-tor ment of this condition. Ami whoever h been made completely well by 1'alno's celery compound feels that no words can overstate the joy and gratitude ruch persons feel. This la tlie elate of mind ot thousands oE nervous , sickly , broken-down persons who have used Talno's celery compound and been made well , _ Mrs.4Sample tells of the happy result In * the case bf her grandchild. Oneof the | j most conspicuous Instances of tUo rcmark- able power of Palne's celery compound over debility Is shown In the relict It has af forded children. Of course the dose IB adapted to the age ot the little patient. The compound purifies the blood and cor rects any tendency to constipation. 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