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Oornell-Pojntor CMS Must Go Over Till Politics Permit Action. POPOCRATS NOT ANXIOUS TO PUSH IT jiHl ) ' Inanrnncc CnmmlnNlnnrr llrynnt I * tinny 1'reimrlnu ( he Ilrlcf In the C'nue : vcvm of the Cniiltnl Clt > . LINCOLN , Oct 4. ( Special. ) deputy In- luranro Commissioner Bryant has devoted a good deal of hi * time lately to the prepara tion of the brief to bo filed In the Corno'l- I'oyntcr case , which , according to the pres ent piano , will n'll be argued In supreme court until after election. There has been no objection to an advancement ft the case fiom cither filde , but BO far none of the at- tornojs have nhown a very earnest desire to have the action dlspoficd of In ihccry near future. The brief of the relater In the lull has been prepared but has not been printed. Deputy Commlwtloner Bryant is preparing an elaborate brief In support of the governor , but It will not be completed probably before the latter part of the month. The ctmo of Brown against Mouck , the elec tion contest case from Nuckolls county , was argued and submitted to the nuprcme court today This case has been dragging along In the court In Nuckollw county for several jeers. Brown , the appellant In the case , was the republican candidate for county at torney In opposition to Mouck. The returns Have Brown a majority of one or two votes. The election won contested by Mouck In the county court , the count there resulting In the elefcat of Ilrown by a few votes. On ap peal to the district court by Ilrown several moro votes were added to < Mouck's majority. Ilrown then brought the case to the supreme court on an alleged error Vn the lower court tribunal. Warden John Hopkins of the State peniten tiary nlcd his olHcl.il bond for $10,000 with thu secretary of stale today. The sureties nrc John Carr , Joseph McCatTcrty , S B. Howard , Prank Campbell nnd Ud Gallagher. The Sailer Coal and Grain company , capi tal stock $5,000 , filed articles of incorpora tion with the necretnry of state today. The Incorporatora are O. B. Sailer , C. B. Sailer and Frank G. Salter. l > and Commissioner Wolfe has returned from a school land leasing tour In the coun ties ot Sioux , Box Butlo , Grant , Logan Loup , Hooker , Blalnc and Garfleld , leasing the following lands. In Sioux county he offered nnd lca ed nil that was , vacant , 39,038 acres , at an avcrugu of 71 cents per acre. In Box Bmte county lie offered for lease and leaned nil that was vacant. l ,77'l ' acres , lit an average valuation of $1.3,1 per ncm. In Hooker county he ottered 13,798 acres nnd leased 8,159 acres at an average valua tion of 22 cents per acre. In Blalne county lie offered and leased ai ; that was vacant , 8,120 acres , at nn avernRo valuation of 2i > cents per acre , and received In bonuses W9.50. In Grant county ho offeree ! nnd leased all tli.it was vacant , 6,210 acres , at an average valuation of 27 cents pur acre. In Logan county ho offereel nnd leased all that was vacant , 2,400 itcres , at an average. Valuation of 31 cents per acre. In Loup county he offered and leased nl that was vacant , 5,280 acres , at an average valuation of 52 cents per acre , and received in bonuses $43. In Garllelel county he offered and leased nil that was vacant , 2,480 acres , at an aver age valuation of f > 9 cents nn acre niul re ceived In bonuses $13.25. Thus It will be seen that he ottered on thin trip 91.U3 acres and le.ised S8,49fi acres nt an average valuation of 71 c , nts per acre The annual Income from the lands Mr "Wolfe leased on this trip -will amount to DurlnV 1897 nnd 1SDS Commissioner AVolfo put 510,000 acres of school land under lease nnd has thus far this vear succeeded in leasing SOG OSS acres. The annual Income from the lands leased at thcso auctions so rat vvlll amount to J18.931j.04j. . , , , w Land Commissioner Wolfe's next trip \vill bo In the counties ot Dlxon , Franklin Frontier , Funias , Greeley , Kearney , Knox lied Willow and Sherman. Hartley Bondsmen Ciine. Shnrlff Trompoa has not yet served th execution against the bondsmen of cx-Stal Treasurer Bartley for the reason that h has been unable to locate any property be longing to the persons against whom Judgment mont Vina Tendered In the Douglas count } court. It Is probable that the atlorney general -will Institute ? proceedings to hav thorn examined according to law concern Jng their property. The attorneys Interested In the contes of the Haas wills are making etrcnuou efforts to have the verdict recently ren dorcel sot aside and n new trial granted. A motion for a now trial has been on flic In the district court for several dava nnd to day additional affidavits were Hied with the clerk of thn court In support of such n motion. It IB claimed that the Jurors vvhll deliberating In ( ho jury room acted In manner that should vltlale Ihe verdict "While the jury was considering the case on of Iho Jurors got hold of a local paper con talnlng an account of the trial. It Is ar Kuel that the Juror probably was Inftu cnccd by nhat ho read. Lieutenant A. W. Orton and Walter B HarroU of the Thirty-ninth volunteer In tf.mtry have closed their recruiting statlo here. They Joined their roglmcnt at For Crook today. According to the records in the -weatho Blatlon at the university the month ot Sep tcmbor was remaikablo for the smallness o the rainfall and for the rnngo In tempera tnre The mean temperature was t7 ! do prees , or normal , but on September 5 I They are only outrides , those maiden fancies of love , marriage and nv > ther- liood. Jlut .vh.it beautitul byl'bhs they tire1 Who''oes ' iK't wish tha all fjese fancies could end ns did the ftelairy ! / stories , "nnd Ihcy lived happy ever after. " Yrin soc-u pncks the bubt 'es ' , ind nolliiug remains "f nil the hope and gladness of the bride but a bridal \eil anel a piece of stale wedding cake. The only way in which happiness can be 'Allied' i mnrrUgr is by being for - arrneel a iustts tUu rs. Most young women ate ig > : orkni of the fact that irreg ularity means.dertngcnieut of ' .he vvotu- nnly functions which may tiave far reaching consequences quences after umrrtJKe. With this derangement at the Bt.irt there often fol- leiw the ilruini , ulcerations - tions and iiillanunntiona which make life one lonp misery. A certain cure for irregularity nnel other dise.is.es peculiar to women is found in Ir. Pierced 1'avorite Prescription. H contains no alcohol neither opium , cocaine nor other narcotic. 1 I was o weak I did not have tweuth to walk acrost my room. " v rltes Miss I lbll Miller , of New Providence , Galloway Co . Ky "My PC- riod exxurred too oftcu and the hemorrhage would be pro longed and the lo J of bfo , l very trce lve. I al o nad iixlls which the doctor said were falutlns : fiU. My tomacn wouM cramp until 1 roulJ not atralghten I did nol rain trength from one monthly period to another ; wai very weak and nervoui all the lime The doctor told me he did nol know what w i Ihe catueof ray trouble and that 1 would never l < any belter I lived lu thii way from klxteeu ye ta old lo tweuty-lluce , when the doclor dis- milted my cane After thU I wai adUtid by a kind f tic ml to try Dr. Tierce' * f'avorlle 1'rocrintIon , which I dl 1 and before I had laken two bottle * of it 1 could work all dajr. I I loot in nil nx bottlet of Hie I'n. I vontc rie cnptlon' and aboul fi c \ laU of Ir 1'ierce'f rellel I u ed no other inrdicltie I have never lijd a ictuui of tlili trouble tloce " Dr. Picrce's Pleasant Pellets clear the complexion uud awcetcu the breath , eached Ini desree * the highest point vor recordnl hero In September The pre- pltallon was only 39 Inehea against an voraRc of 1 S3 Inches tor the past eighteen ears The year has been rather dry BO far , the accumulated deficiency In precipitation since January 1 bclnp ; 4 54 Inchw. The university foot ball team will lea.ve > omorrow afternoon for Ames , la , whore he first game of the season will bo played n October C with the State Agricultural chool team. The regular team vvlll bo ac- ompanled by thrco substitutes , Coach Branch and Manager Collctt At a meeting f the athletic board It wa * decided that Vebrnska would play Kansas only one game his seaficn. Kansas asked for two , one n their own grounds ami one In this city. The State Hoard of Transportation will onslder the complaint of John 0. Yclscr Ralnst the Nebraska Telephone company Thursday , October 10 Mr Yelser Is seek- ng to have telephone rates reduced. HHPTnM II 17.11 MOIl'Ki.Vlitt ltiCOIIl ) . Crt-nt Ilrelnrtlnn of Kiirm Inoiini- j lirniM'OH In llnfTnlo nnil I'lnlto , KEARNEY , Neb , Oct 4 ( Special ) The mortgage record for September In Iluffalo ounty Is Farm mortgages filed , 22 , $13- 27.50 ; farm mortgages released. 2G. J21- 75 , town mortgages filed , 8 , $1320155 $ : own mortgages released , 11 , $7430 , chattel mortgages filed 200 , J127.14620 , chattel mortgages released , Gt $31,51108 : total mortgages filed , 230 , $231,775 25 ; total mort gages released , 106 , $00,974 98 | The total amount of taxed levied In Buffalo ounty this year , na shown by the tax books , $177fi71.7S. Last year the amount was 172,60201. Of these amounts Kearney will my $66,01185 this year. Last year It paid ; G6,112 8. rOLUMBUS. Neb , Oct 4. ( Special. ) Following Is the record of the mortgage In- lebtcdncss ot Platte county for September- Twenty-one farm mortgages filed , aggregat- ng $2n,323.75 ; farm mnrtRaKes released. 39 , 113,558 20 ; 8 town and city mortgages filed. :3C6B : 75 , 13 released , $5,055.25 ; SO chattel nortgagcs filed , $112,84067. 2G released , j $9,011 CO. , , 1 Several heavy chattel mortgages were nioci to buy cattle and other stock for feeding during the winter. It will be noticed the real estate mortgage record has been re duced by nearly $10.000. There were two deeds In foreclosure nlcd during the month , the first In 1S99. _ _ QUICK 131)1 % H T SniliHIl C\M5. Tin ! ii Out of Court. BUTTE , Neb. , Oct. t ( Special. ) The final chapter In the attempt to railroad Is'lcholas Sleler , ex-county treasurer , Into the penitentiary was reached today , when Judge Wcstnver dismissed the case nnd dis charged the defendant. Tor political reasons the fusion Junta of this district made charges against Sleler last summer , but the action ot the treasurer In turning over all the money due the courts and resigning the omco was an unlooked-for event and upset the plans of the schemers. When Seller appeared In court this mornIng - Ing with a petition of nearly 1.000 voters of the county the Judge lost no time In dis missing the cnso. M.utns cuAitans. Aliened Attempt to Ilrllie- One of the Juror * In WntHoti CUMC. NEBRASKA CITY , Neb. , Oct. 4. ( Special Telegram. ) The probeculion In the John C. Watson case caused a mild sensation at the opening of court this morning by charging that an atlempt had been made to bribe one of the Jurors Judge Ramsey devoted the forenoon to nn Investigation of the matter and this afternoon overruled the motion or the prosecution to dletr-lss the Jury upon the ground that the facts developed were not sufficient to sustain a charge ot Jury brib ery. Thn court ordered that the Jurors miibt not communicate with outsiders while the case Is on trial. CURB County Win * It * ClocU Cn c. PLATTSMOUTH , Neb , Oct. 4. ( Special. ) Judge Ramsey has decided the case ot the Seth Thomae Clock company against Cass county , for the county. The clock was bought from an agent named Wlckersham for $981 , and placed In the tower ot the court house In 1892. As soon as Wlckersham drew the money he left for parts unknown. The clock company lost the > first suit , but upon appeal to the- supreme court the de cision was reversed and the case remanded. Affray nt OGALLALA , Neb. , Oct. 4 ( Special ) U. K. Arnold , employed at the railroad grader's camp , three miles west of Ogallala , got Into a dispute with another grader named Sul livan yesterday nnd thrust a knife Into Sulli van's side. Inflicting a dangerous wound Arnold and H. B. Stone , his ernplojer , who was mixed up In the affair , aret In Jail. Farewell < > Hu > . Smith. OSCEOLA , Neb. , Oct. 4. ( Special ) Rev. L P. Smith of the Methodist church , who Is soon to go to his new charge at David City , was given a farewell reception by his parishioners last night , which closed with n presentation of a silver service and other articles on the part of the congregation by Judge Snundortf. Old ColuinliiiM Firm Itotircx. COLUMBUS , Nob. , Oct. 4. ( Special. ) Elmers brothers of Humphrey have bought the entire business of H. P. and Arnold Oehlrlch of this town , the deal taking ef fect this morning. Messrs. Oehlrlch retire from "business after a successful period of more than twenty years. tit Miliioy , SIDNEY , Nob. , Oct. 4. ( Special Telo- gram. ) Congressman Sutherland and Wil liam Holmnii Jennings spoke hero tonight nt the court house. They discussed the money question , trusts nnel Imperialism. The room was very chilly anel the audience likewise. t c ! > ! on a Train , OGALLALA , Neb. , Oct. 4. ( Special. ) George Crabh , aged 35 , a consumptive re turning to Pullman , 111. , from Denver , died jesterday n few minutes before the train reached this place , where the body VVIIH taken In charge by the coroner and his brother notified. L'alieioNp .Sliuixliril. SIDNEY , Neb. , Oct. 4 , ( Special Tele gram. ) The switch engine In the yarels hero ran Into n caboose last night and Smashed It to pieces , The crow was asleep and barely es-aped with their lives. The causa was a wrong signal ghen by the yard man. No Illumefeir Mm. llrnr'N I ) < * nli ( , COLUMBUS , Neb. , Ocl 4. ( Special ) The verdict of the coroner's Jury In the case of Mrs. Bear , who was Killed In the Burlington jiirda Sunday , states she met her death by accident and exonerates these In charge ot the train from blamo. IIrIMI n 3lvt < tliif nt lluuli v Hie , HUSHVILLi ; , Neb , Oct. 4. ( Special. ) Hon. Norrls Brown addressed a meeting at the opera house last night and was repeat edly Interrupted with applause by a largo audience. llc-nvy Front nt Trenton , TRKNTON , Neb. . Oet. < ( Special ) A cold wave struck hero yesterday evening nnd ( hero was a heavy front and then | co formed in tbo watering trough. A rain Is needed. ClulniM Amioi'liitloii , WASHINGTON , Oct. 4 The Freight Claims association of the United Statru began Its semi-annual meeting at the Shore- ham today President Graham called the meeting to order. The meeting will last two da > s and will cover the subject of claims and some readjuutment of the association's rul 10\Y \ A AERONAUT'S FATAL DROP. . Faulty Parachnto Kills Mam Townsend of Dccorah at Dei Moines Oarnival. TUBERCULOUS CATTLE FUND TOO SMML Supreme Cnnrt Deciden * Vtimlior of I itHf lemulation ( n lie I'rei- piiMi'il li > Women' * Clirl-tlnii Tpiiincrnnci ! t'nlon. nns MOINKS , ia. Oct. 4. ( Special Tele gram ) Marza Townsend of Decornb , la. , aeronaut , 20 > car old , was killed here this afternoon while ranking a parachute drop at the carnival. lie was to go up In a big wooden cannon attached to a biilloon and bo shot out. When this was done the parachute did not open and lit ) fell 1,000 feet to In- fitnnt denth State Librarian Johnson llrlghnm , In hla biennial report to the Rovernor.a > s there nrc now n total of 65,033 volume1) In the library , Including 61,443 In the library proprr , and 3.650 In the traveling library. | IlMlclea this the periodical department has ] been greatly strengthened. Librarian DrlB- ham advocates a library commission , n prop- nsHlon which ban been brought to the at tention of the general assembly "before , but never pushed. llr. ( illinoiiieil tloro Mom-j. Dr. J. I. Gibson , state vctcrlnarlin of Iowa , In his biennial report records progress In his work of suppressing tuberculosis among ani mals and asks for an Increased approprlitloti to meet dumands The appropriation of this * deportment wa increased two jear ago from $3,000 to Jo,000 , but Olbson sajfl to thoroughly do the work prescribed there should be at lean $10,000 appropriated. He draws attention to the fact that the result or ( lo\crnor Tanner's proclamation regarding- the Importation of dlseined cattle into Illinois will eventually throw much of this en6) ) ! nfC etoclc Into Iowa and greater care than e\er will have to be taken to guard against disease. .Supreme Court Today's decifilons ot the supreme court WCTO- Iowa Ccntial Building and Loan as sociation against Jacob H Bremlel and Christine 15. nrendel , appellants , Polk dis trict , alHrmed , State of Iowa , appellant , against George W Wilson , Linn district , rc- vcised ; Frederick 13. Townsend , conservator for Dinlcl Pierce , a person of unsound mind , appellant , against Frank Snydcr ct al. , Kossuth district , alllruied. Stateof lowi against J. V Schiller , appellant , and State of Iowa agalnit Prank Mlkota , appellant , Howard district , reversed , State of Iowa , appellant , against Charles O. Dale , Butler district , reversed ; State of Iowa against John S. rrahin et al , appellants , Crawford district , reversed , Incorporated Town of Scranton , In. , against Gustave Dcncnhaum , appellant , from Greene district , alllrmed ; N. C. .McIIenry , appellant , against T. M. Hubbell - bell , Polk diatrict , alllrmed. Teniiipraiicp Union I.CKlNlntlon. Only three petitions will bo submitted to the legislature at its session this winter by the Women's Christian Temperance Union of Iowa. This decision vvat , reached this morn ing when the report of the executive com mittee * was submitted to the general conven- tlon for approval. The committee recom mended four petitions be presented but the convention decided that would bo ha\ing too many irons In the ilro and after a thort dis cussion reduced the number to three , namely , petitions for legislation for the Women's reformatory , compulsorj education and equal suffrage. The other matter to bo presented for consideration of the law makers Is that nothing less Than a one-year fientonco to the penitentiary should be legal. CIIUSTOX AWAITS ITS SOLDIERS. PrrimrittiiitiN Fiilrly I'mlcr ' Wnj" forCe Co in i'11 n y O'H llceltioii. | . CKESTON , la. , Oct 4. ( Spesial. ) Last night at n meeting of cltl/ens at the court house arrangements wcro made for a re ception to Company G on its return. H Is expected the Flftfirst regiment will remain In Council Bluffs one day and the citizens of Creston desire to ha\e the com pany reach homo In the daytime. Those towtis having members In the company will bo Invited to take part In the reception with the public hchools and civic societies. County Attorney James G. Bull presided nt last night's meeting , which was called by Mayor Skinner. The committees ap pointed follow Executive committee , D. C. Keith , I' . C. Winter , J r. Bryan , Kd A. Aldrlch , C. A. N'lemejcr , finance commit tee , II , D. Smith , D. Davenport , Hobert Bisset , Charles Umcrson , H. Newman , In vitation committee , Paul Maclean , W H. Robb , C. F. Skin In , Henry Dctcring , W. D Moore ; reception committee , J. B. Harsh , II. S. Storrs , J. B. Sullhan , James Hall , F. B Sampson , II. M. Fry , Scott Skinner. AVI ii , \ \ iico.tin IT.S Clariiiilii ! M Mil til UK I'rrpnriitloiiN to Cordially ( .rci-t ( litHOJH. . CLAIUNOA , la. , Oct 4. ( Special , ) A public meeting called by Major Chiles has been held and preliminary steps taken for welcoming homo Clarlnda's soldiers In the Fifty-first Iowa ou their leturn. I ) . H. Chiles , J. U. Good , V. Graff. Walter \V. Hill and S , M. Greene ha\o been ap pointed a committee of general arrange ments , and the committee ) of reception to go to Council Blulfs and meet the return ing soldiers will bo W. P. Hepburn , C. A. Lisle , Udwln C. Lane , A. B. Hoblnson , F. W. Parish , Charles Llnderman , T. K. Clark , Perry Bjorl > ' . J. p. Burrows , B. T. Monk and D. H. Chiles. Itev. T. C. Smith , pastor of the Presbyterian church , has been appointed president of the day , Lewis Akin marshal and Thomas Malone and W , S. Joidan assistant marshals. As now contemplated , on the arrival of the soldiers tlicro will bo a parade , speeches , goner.il welcome and a banquet. llriMilillcnii rouiriillmi nt DciiUon. DHNISON , In . Oct. I ( Special Tele gram ) The republican county convention nominated the following ticket todav Ilep- rrs-cntallve , Dr. J. J. Williams , Charter Oak ; treasurer , C. 13. Prici > Vail ; ( sheriff. A. C Beers , Manilla , attorney , Cjrus Heard , Donl- son ; superintendent , i : S. Plimpton , lenl- bon , coroner , Ur W. B Kvaus , Arlon ; sur veyor , Morris McIIenry , Dow City ; super visors , Gustav Kabu and J It. Brockleshy. McWIlllnms was nominated unanimously. The senatorial question was not alluded to , and the nominee Is unpledged. The ticket In regarded aa q strong one and the cam paign promise's to bo n battlu roval. Congressman John P. Lacey addressed a largo nudlcnco at the close of the conven tion. Ho took up White's speeJi and an swered his arguments In detail. The upeecn was a strong presentation of the money , tu Iff and war Issues , and elicited much ap plause. Congressman Smith McPhereon H hilled for Dow City , In this county , on October 11. Nnriti-Klnii rionciTN n ( Drcnrnli , DUCOUAH. In. Oct. 1 Thu Norwegian Pioneer association of America held Ita second end triennial minting In Dccorah todnv on Luther college ) c.impus lion Haf > mua I ) Andorunn of Madison was the principal speaker , hut there wcro a number of short addresses. Ton lit the delegates and their friends are participating In a banquet i\ number of well known Norwegians arc pres ent from various points in ( lie northwest. I'licKlim ; IloiiKiin siiliti SIOUX CITY , la Oet 1 ( Special Tele * gram ) Sioux Citj Is to have a third pack ing bouse It can bo statcxl positively that KU JUaklnson , manager for the Swlfta la St. Paul. Is negotlatlns fop lease ot the oM ttoogt packing house In Sioux City Itaakln- son fornui-ly ran n packing house here him self and Is an experienced man In the busi- ncrs Ho Is In Sioux Cltj nt present ana does not deny that he Is looking to the re opening of the former Boogp plant. This will give Sioux City the- big plant of the CuJahje , the International plant , which hai Just contracted to come for a bonus ot K.0,000 , vshlch will unquestionably be raised this week , and the third will be the Swifts. i\cn : If Swift does not conic. It Is said on good authority another packer will embrace the opportunity of getting this Idle plant. PniMt CntohoM frier ) Cnii. IOWA FALLS , la. , Oct. 4 ( Special. ) The early frost this fall entailed a total loss to Harwell & Westgato of this city In the destruction of their entire crop ot celery. The crop last jcar was so- success ful that an aero and a quarter was planted this reason and wa ? of the finest quality and reidy tor the market About an a < ri ! , consisting of nearly 20,000 plants , was left and the freeze elestroved all The loss to the-so gentlemen Is estimated nt $ COO. Sioux < M < V llomiM InmiriMl I , SIOUX CITY , CM. 4. ( Special. ) The city council ot Slout City has donated $ . " > , - 000 toward the $50,000 bonus to bo raised by the citizens for the new International Packing company's plant to bo established here. The Bank of Montreal of Chicago , which Is heavily Interested in Sioux City cal estate and direct railway properties , has given $5,000. It Is expected the full amount vvlll bo raised by Saturday night. Ornun ullli a" ll ! < Miitor , SHELDON , la. , Oct.4 ( Special ) Yes terday aftcrncon whllo Horace I3o.tn was moving furniture from the third story of the old foundry building the chain which controls the elevator , upon which wcro Beans and the furniture , broke and the elevator fell to the bottom. The chain struck Beans a terrific blow on the head , stunning him for n few seconds. This was the only Injury ho received. hccoiiel limn Cu\ulr > - Reunion. MAUSHALLTOWN , la. . Got 4 Survivors of the Second Iowa cavalry today began a two dnjs reunion hcie About 150 mem bers have arrived. Addresses by Congress man Hepburn , former commander of the regiment , Colonel Henry Egbert of Daven port , Major Plerco of JIarshalltown and Commander Horton of the Iowa Soldiers' Home arc among the features of the meet ing. a I.lnil ) . AVOCA , la. , Oct.I. . ( Special ) Last night as Mr. and Mrs. Clint Sells of Neola were driving to town from his mother's , two nillea east of Avoca , the team ran away , throwing Mrs. Sells and breaking her limb. Mr. Soils had been summoned to the bedside of his aged mother and drove over from Neola In the afternoon. Phjsicians reduced the fracture this morning. Deiiincrntn Decline to Ilnn. DAVENPORT , In , Oct. 4. ( Special. ) Henry Horst , who was nominated for sheriff by the democrats of Scott county , has declined the nomination. C. G. Hlpwol , the nominee for representative on the same ticket , has also declined. The gentlemen glvo no reason for their action and con sternation prevails In the party. lovtu Mnrxlml Training Ilnnnilx. SHELDON , la. , Oct. ! . ( Special. ) City Marshal Hudson has received four more bloodhounds from Van Daub , Tex. , to add to the two he bought a year ago from the same place , producing a couple of months ago nine pups. He now has fifteen hounds , all told , and will train them to run down criminals. LoMiifM to llcnr McIClnley nnil Ilrrnti. LEMAIIS , la. , Oct 4. . ( Special. ) Presi dent McKlnley will sppnk In LeMars Oc tober 15 and Bryan October 13. McKlnley vvlll speak from the rear platform of his special train on the Illinois Central road and Bryan In a tent. The speeches will open the political campaign In Plymouth county. FORECAST OF THE WEATHER Knir TliurHiliiy nnil I'rlday - vlh ( Vnrlnlili * AVlnclH WASII1XGTO.V , Got. 4. Forecast for Thursday and Friday : For Nebraska , Mlbsouri , Iowa , South Da kota , Kansas , Colorado , Wyoming a id Mon tana Pair Thursday and Friday ; \arlablo winds. I.ooul Hoi'ord. OKFICG OF Tim WEATHER BUREAU. OMAHA , Oct. 4 Omaha , roconl of temper ature nnd precipitation compared with the corresponding day of the last three yeart < : ISM. 1SDS 1S97. 1S36. auxlmum temperature. . . 70 77 SS 78 Minimum temperature. . . . 4S 49 61 41 A\CTIKO temperaluro 61 ( U 76 60 Precipitation 00 .64 .00 .00 Record of temperature and precipitation at Omaha for this day and since March 1 , 1S90 , Normal for the elay 68 Excess for the day 1 Accumulated dellclency since 'March ' 1. . 134 Normal rainfall for the day 00 Inch Dcllcicncy for the dav 09 Inch Total rainfall since * March 1..21.12 Inches Deficiency since March 1 4.91 Inches Delleluncy for cor. period , 1S3S. . . 3.53 Incho * Dellclency for cor , period , 1897. . . 9.9S Indies Iti-liortn From btntlun * nt 8 I * . M. Omnrui. clear North rialte , clear Salt Lake , cle.ir Cheytnno , clear H.ipld Clly. clear Huron , clear CC | .00 Willlston , clear Ol.'cago. cloudy Si Louis , partly cloudy. St I'.iul. clear Oavenport. cloudy Helena , clear Kansas Oily , cloudy CO If.ivrielear . . . . . . . 761 .00 nismnrrk , tle.ir 62. .00 G.ilvt'Hton , cloudy SOl 00 BURLINGTON ANNUAL REPORT Statistics Are , Oanso for Congratulation on Part of the Management MARKED INCREASE IN GROSS EARNINGS llxeccil Theme of thr 1'rcooillnc lij Mnrr Tluiii Iliilf n Million Dollar * 'the 1'lmiro * ' Tor It. The forty-ninth annual report of the Bur lington railroad has Just been submitted to the stockholders by the board ot directors. It covers the jear ending June 30 , ISPfl , nnd Its every statement is reason for con gratulation to the management. One no ticeable feature is a decrease In the earn ings ot the freight department over the previous jear In the sum ot $1,272,61)8 ) , bill this Is moro than offset b > an Increase In passenger earnings amounting to $ lUo.i"i5 : Computing revenue received from all sources the gross earnings reached the enormous sum of J43,3S9,424 , an Increase over the previous vcar of more than $5CO,000 , and this fact palliates somewhat the decrease In the freight business. The earnings and expenses of the entire Burlington system for the time Included In the report were as follows : Freight IM.270.941 M I'aiseiigerH ! ) ,4S,01s3 ? Mull , express etc 4GI't.t6IBl ' Operatlnc expenses 2tJGI5f > . > o8l Taxes 1.5MI.KJI lif Net oarnliiKM from operation . .US.'JWr/Mil Other Income 4ST.VJ2J1 Totnl net receipts Jir > ,7)l,7M ) 'Jl Intote-U , rent , elc y.OU.IsJJ.5 Dividends aBBreEatlnfr 6 per cent 5,2Jb,3TOM Surplus for the year $ l.mSL's \ In a resume of the business for Iho last jcar President Perkins s.ijs. In pirt "The actual length of stand.ird-gnug road operated by the companj duilug the jcur was 7,219 mlle-fl , against 7ISO miles thu previous jear. The gross earnings pel mile ? of road operated weie $5,94175 , againwt $3,001.02 In the previous year. The operat ing expenses , including taxes , per mile weru $3,847.72 , against $3,873 in the previous year The gross earnings wcio 64 84 , against 04 OS In the previous jcar. The number of tons moved one mile Increased 2.36 per cent , while freight earnings decreased 4 1C pel cent. The number of paseengerh carried one mlle Increased 23.78 per * cent , while passenger earnings increased 1C 14 per cent The percentage of operating expenses to gross earnings decreased 0.14 of 1 per cent "We are aiding In the construction of a road from Alliance , Neb , to Hartvllle , Wyo. , to reach valuable deposits of Iron ore near Hartvllle and develop the Intermediate ic- glon. It is Intended to build from the North Platte valley southerly to n connection with our Denver line near Brush station , thus making a direct railroad coanectlon between the Black Hills nnd Montana on the north and Colorado on the south. From Alll.incu to Hartvlllo is about HI miles , and from the point of Junction of the Denver extension to Biush , Colo. , where wo Join our main line * , Is about 110 miles " JUDGES RECOGNIZE BOYCOTT Iimtrnct Sheriff of .InoLnnn County Xe > t to Tnkc Kimxiin Cltj Innitiie IIurlliiKloii Hontl. KANSAS CITY , Mo. , Oct. 4. The judges of the Jackson county court have recog nized the bojcotl Inauguraled by the busi ness men of Kansas City against the BUr- Hngloo railroad. The judges Instructed the sheriff that so long as the boycolt Is In force ho musl not travel ever that road In taking in sane people to the state asjlum at St. Joseph. The fight on the Burlington , which was begun Saturday last as a result of the Omaha differential , is being pushed by local merchants. IllIMlllCNK In n-VCCNHll f. J. O. I'hilllppl , assistant general freight and passenger agent of the Missouri Pacific , spent a few hours at his cilice yesterday morning after an extended trip over the line between this city and Atchlson , Kan , Ho was accompanied by Superintendent C M H.ithburn and together they visited every station on the Hue. They left Wednesday afternoon to complete their tour of Inspec tion between Omaha nnd Auburn. Mr. Phll- llppl reported the business of the road to bo in shipshape condition and at every sta tion there were- unmistakable evidences of prosperity. Like all the other western roac ! the Missouri Pacific is troubled with a shortage - ago of cars to handle the movement of grain and freight. Tuesday that portion ot the system over which Mr. Phllllppi ha % supervision was short Just 432 cars of being able to supply the demand of the grain shippers. This vvlll be remedied as rapidly an possible , and It Is expected that the grain will gradually work Itself off without tans- Ing the shippers any great Inconvenience. In Kansas the corn crop came up to the ex pectations of the Missouri Pacific and other railroads and Is one of the beet in the history of that state. Kor this reason thi > demand for freight caia Is largely in excesn of what it has been before In many years. No Spttloniriit Midi I'nloii ' I'arlllc. General Manager Dickinson of the Union Pacific railroad has agreed with the boards of adjustment of the Brotherhoods of Lo comotive riremen nnd Engineers to a post ponement for thirty days of further no- gotlatloiis looking toward the settlement of the difficulties between the road nnd these organizations. The continuance was granted at the request of Mr. Dickinson and the members of the boards will return to the city thirty days later Jobcph StocXford , Hodgelon , Me , healed a sere running for seventeen years nnd cured his piles of long slnndlng by using' DoWitfs Witch Hazel Salve It cures all nKIn dise.aecs , 16IH & FARNAM STREETS , OMAHA. Palmistry at The People's Store HY DrCarl Louis Perin THE Greatest Living Palmist This spueml oiler appli es only to patrons and visitors of ' Store As the Kminoiit Palmist's charges are otherwise § 5 , Dr. Periu will be at , the store 12 ' 2 to 6 9 ia am'9 pm , Consultation strictly private and the same service will be given as if you paid the Doctor his regular fee of $5.00. Dr , Carl Louis Perin has been decorated with 72 medals , received from kings , emper ors and scientific societies. We publish a partial list of the hands of world renowned people , that have been read by Dr. Perin. ij\-iMii > iiinvi' n.UA n MRS. CMJ\ii.lMJ , n.\-iMusini\T \miibu.v , \i > , mt vi , nnwr.\ . A I ) Ml It VI , S VMI" ON , , MIIM. CIMK\I ; : : cnM-.it vi , - \ \ iir.r.i.r.it. ( ; r\ru vi , MI vr'rnu. sTVM.ni , MM ) , MCTOIIIA. OK AVVLnS. auni\ LOUISA , at ur.v CIIIMSTI VA \ , rorn 1,120 AIM. CAUIM.-SAl , IIAILAAD. AHCHllISIIOl' lld.l , VM ) , KIM ! AM'lIONbO Mil , IMIMIIOII ; YVII.I.IVM in. nrivK OK vonic. niii'nuou KM VM.-I.S .i ( > sni > - , iATI : I'liusinnvr CAUVOT , mn'iieit ) ML noi\b , Tim IIAM > or < ; IAI > STOM : , " ELECTRSCSTY CURES. Most of the fea.rfu 1 ailments of Hfo can be tractd to n derangement - rangement of the nervoue sj tesn , general ! * ' orlglnatim ? In dls- caseH of the aeneratlvo orcane IJvcry stifft > nr want1 * a euro thai will effect a euro In the PTsIeHt. quickest and lea t public niannir ; therefore , I do not enter upon a. lentcthy ellsauuslon tuid lonsr-wlnd'd tr < > atlbo an to the cauao of your trouble- , re sorted to by quacks , who only do go to confound nnd frighten % ou You are probably well aware of the cause of jour pn-sent weakness Drugs and lh ordinary oourie * of trc.itmunt vvl I not cure > ou probvbly you are aw.ire of this fact lo jour sorrow row nieictrlcity will npeedlly , witc-ly and suptly euro you pound and well iiffiiln. and I will guarantee H If > ou will apply this Important ulemant of Hfo through the agency of DR. BENNETT'S ELECTRIC BELT Ejcctrlcltj- Mio Nerve and Vita" force of every man nnd womun , and vvilhout It jou could not 11 vo ei momentVh n tlieire l a. luck of this Kleietrlclty or Nerve Force in the HJ-H- Irtii , jou can never be well and strontr again until H lu again Bui ) : > lied. Natura will not ui > i > ly It , for Nature has tw&n Im- posfd upon and refuapa to act 1 will forfeit 11.000 If my Electric Holt docs not Keneratu a tfenuln currenl of IJleclrloIlj' Ihal j-wu can Immediately feel IB four timon atronRer than any other b It on arth Has soft , Mlkfn , ohumoli-oov riel Bpongo electrod a that cannot burn and bllMlT , an do the barn metal elrctroden uuod In all ether makH of b ltn I fruarantne my H"lt to cure Nominal Impoteiirj , Le > t Majihood , fiiiermatorrlioea , Variroccle and Oi'neial lMllliy ) ; rcstoro 81irunk < n and Undevulopesd Parts , cur Hheumatisni In einy form , Kidney , Liver and Bladder Tre > u- b'es , Constlimtlon , D vpjfp ) la , all FVmnle Complaints , etc. & - - C.U1 ujwn or wrltei mr todiiy .acrodly cionndtntlnl do not dolajdolayi are dan- fforoiiB sot Bjinj > tom blanks , books nnd 111 erntiiro. Conciliation and advlra without cost. My BLlX'THICAb BUSPENSOnY for the euro of Ihe various weakneaien at men , Is Blvtn FRKE to every ninlo purchaser of on * ot my Helta , Sold only by ELECTRIC CO.UI > ANY , uoomsaoand 21 DfniulnsBlk. . Omaha. Neb. . IQtli&Dn- ' ' "FORBID A FOOL A THING AND THAT HE WILL DO. " DON'T USES , LIO CURE YOURSELF ! ( 'mi ' lli ! ; < J lor ummtiiral iliHChrtrK' 4 , InMuiHiim'luni , IrrllHtliiim ur iiUon.tinnt of in ii i ) U ijrinbriiiit I'nliilon , Kin1 Kit untilD- ' " or I"1'1 ' ' " " or < nt III plain rapir In expnn , ini'ui'l ' ' , fo II im , ir > liottl'H , t. > ( ucuur luiti uu rtijutV , lOHOlOKOBOMOfiOHClO'ia'BOIOIOJ Results Tell. The See Want Ads Produce Results. BOIOIOBOIOIOIOIOIOIOBOIOI SSK The Time To every elderly woman when an important functional change takes place. This is called "The Change of Life. " The entire system undergoes a change. Dreadful diseases , such as cancer and consumption , are often contracted at this time. McElree's Wine of Cardui strenghthens and purifies the entire system and brings the sufferer safely over these pitfalls. Its effects when used by elderly women have been wonderful. It is good for all menstrual troubles , but is especially recom mended at this time. Ask your druggist for the famous Wine of Cardui. $ , l , 00 a bottle. For ad vice in cases requiring special directions , address the "Ladies' Advisory Department , " The Chattanooga Medicine Co. , Chattanooga , Tcnn. Concordia , Kansas , Feb. 28 , 1899. I think it my duty to write you about myself. I am 44 years old , and I wai very sick last summer from the Change of Life. Two of the best doctors in Grand hland , Neb. , after treating me , .gave me up to die. As a lait resort I finslly tried Wine of Cardui I am happy to say it helped me from the Tint dose. After using K awhile I was in better health than for many years. Another spell has lately come on me and I sent down town last night for a bottit of Wine of Cardui again. After taking It a few hours I am very much better to-day. It b n pleasure ' to tell olheri about this wonderful medicine. ft , , , W < RANDOLPH.