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. M. A.M811ICUHY ,
BBOKEN BOW , NEllItSKA. .
THE N.EWS IN
Plorro Vcrou , editor of Charivari , at
Pnrls , lo dead.
Lieutenant 0. II. Kvnnn In to com
mand Uio torpedo boat Dupont.
In time of war Russia can quickly
muster an army of 3,500,000 olllccrn and
The population of Wyoming Is 92it ( ; ;
against 05,705 in 1800 an Increase ol
D2.-1 per cent
A St. Petersburg dispatch sayo rich
coal vclno have been ( Uncovered In the
A paramount Issue noon becomes o ! > -
fiolctc , If the peoplo'H Indorsement 10
nnt liiRc'rllinrl lliim > nn.
At thlo writing Hie Nebraska icgis-
Inturo content Is very close and both
sides claim the legislature.
Russia Is In the cotton field. The na
tion's yield this year will show an in
crease of over 30 per cent
Travelers report that railroad travel
In Italy Is the poorest In the world-
no speed and no accommodations.
Donvcv Is to have a now reservoir
about fifty miles awny. The dam IH to
bo 220 feet high and will cost $700,000.
The Rev. Dr. Lafayette M. Gordon , r
missionary of the American board in
Japan Blnco 1872 , Is dead at Boston ,
aged 5S years.
The Standard Oil company oortlfl-
rate made a new record. They touched
$025 , or twelve points higher than iho
previous highest price ever quoted.
The Times-Democrat of New Orleans
places the cotton crop of 1900 nt 9,750-
000 bales. Try to think of the vas :
amount of whiteness In all these snowy
Nathaniel Moore , who served in
Company D , Twentieth Wisconsin vol
unteer Infantry during the civil war ,
died at the Soldiers' home at Duylun ,
0. , aged 74 years.
Curtis Robblns of Rising Sun , Ind. ,
drank an ounce , of laudanum. His
friends claim they have saved him
from death by keeping him walking
nil night , Exorcise was the successful
Surgeon Major Reed and a board of
experts will continue the investigation
into the propagation of yellow fever
by mosquitoes and an experimental
station will bo established outside of
General Grcely , chief signal oiflccr ,
liafl received a dispatch saying that tin
military telegraph line has been com
pleted from Port Egbert or Eagle City ,
Alaska , to the International boundary
line near Dawson.
The gross earnings of the Chicago
Great Western railway for the fotirtn
week of October show an Increase at
$29,54P.OO over the corresponding week
of last year ; making a total increase i
01 $ ooii.si ror tno montn 01 uciouor.
Among the appropriations asked for
by J. M. Wilson , chief of engineers ,
for next year nro improvements in Red
river , Arkansas and Indian Territory ,
$135,000 ; Arkansas river , $30,000 ; up
per Missouri river , ? 200,000 , and upper
White river , Arkansas , $100,000.
The Peruvian government has In
structed the Peruvian minister to the
United States , Dr. Alvcrez Caldcron ,
to forward to Lima publications and
other date regarding plslciilturo , wltd
the view of establishing fish culture In
. the lakes of Peru.
Senator Bevcrldgo says of the reccnc
election : "Americanism won. It was
not a political campaign at all It was
the uprising of a people , the awaucn-
dng of our nation to Its power , oppor
tunity and destiny. Now the watch
words must bo conservatism , consorvL
ntlsm moderation , moderation , mod- j ,
oration. Slapdash statesmanship
would ruin all. " | I
Mooksmnn of Omaha drew ? 200 from 1
the bank and started in to make a
few bets. According to his story , ho
bet it all on McKinley and then wont
on a celebration in honor of Bacchus.
Next morning when ho "camo to , " he
was rejoiced to hoar that McKlnloy
will bo the next president , but for the
life of him ho could not remember who
Ac bet with or who held the stakes.
Four hundred Indians of Cook Iniot
are starving and freezing and an ap
peal for aid is to bo Issued.
The request 01 now vlceuiy o.
Canton for sick leave has not been
granted. On the contrary , ho has been
ordered to proceed Immediately to Can
ton and assume the duties of his olllcc.
President MeKlnley's message to
congress , which convenes next montb ,
will contain important announcements
relative to the changed attitude of In
surgent leaders In the Philippines , and
will likewise illuminate more clearly
the policy which the president believes
shoud be pursued in legislating for the
k > When Winston Churchill lectured on
, the Boer war the other night at Lon ,
don ho mot an audience that must have
pleased him. England's fairest and I
noblest were out to hear him. Lord
Wolseloy Introduced him "tho
tinguished son of a most distinguished
Frank Hanes , of Georgetown , O. , cut
Qus Armbuster's throat during an ar
gument over politics , severing the Jug
ular vein and ho will die.
The annual meeting om the stock
holders of the Burlington road unan
imously ratified the directors' report
advising the purchase of the Iowa and
Missouri lines operated under leases.
At Brazil , Ind. , William Penman
and wife , who for two months mourned
their BOH ns dead , a friend having writ
ten that ho was killed In the Philip
pines , were treated to a Joyful surprlKo
by receipt of Information from the
war. department that their son is alive
und in good health.
At ft public glorification meeting in
London , Lord Wolseley uttered this
praise : "Tho British officer is not
only the finest specimen of humanity
extant and the finest fighting man , but
u man unequaled In the armies of the
. world. " The London Chronicle , com-
Imentlng on this extraordinary eulogy ,
jsays : "It Is.undoubtedly too sweeping. '
m is TO CHINA
Cologne Gnzotto Says Powers Have United
on Plan of Sottlmuout.
STATEMENT SEEMS 10 BE INSPIRED
Anlrina Tlmt n Tui-tlmilur Agrcumnmt I *
on I'liiiUliiiU'lil of Mil I n Cillprlu TIio
J'.icfiltlon of riinlHlininiit to IloVlt -
nmsuil by Ko | > r ' * riiliitl\ < " 4 Decided on
BERLIN , Nov. 12. The following Is
the full text of the statement , evi
dently inspired , In the Cologne Ga
zette of Saturday , ns to tno under
standing reached by the representa
tives of the powers In Pekin regard
ing the Chinese statement :
"Pourparlers between the envoys In
Pekin lor the purpose of agreeing up
on the furulumcnta.s for peace nego
tiations with the Chinese plenipoten
tiaries proceeded favorably in the I
wnuiu m.'ijUH ui ; iiiiiuriuni poiiUH ,
"All agreement hnu been reached be
tween the powers particularly regard
ing the punishment of the main cul
prits , the mandarins and princes ; also
regarding the witnessing of the execu
tion of such pumuhinciitu by repre
sentatives of the powers ; also regard
ing tlio principle of paying damages
to the several governments for the
cost of the China expeditions and for
damages sustained by private persons
and missions ; also regarding the per
manent stationing of sufficient guards
for the Pokln legations ; also regard
ing the raaing of the Talui forts ; and ,
finally , regarding the maintenance of
secure and regular communication be
tween Pokln and the sensnore.
"About a number of other demands ,
put form by separate powers , negotia
tions are still pending. "
WASHINGTON , Nov. 12. If , as re
ported In the Cologne Gazette , the
powers have reached a definite under
standing In regard to China , its terms
as stated by that newspaper omit sev
eral features which have been a source
of discussion among them. Probably
the moot important of these is the
proposition to abolish the dumbcr-
Bomo office of the tstiug 11 yamon , or
board of foreign affairs , and place the
duties of tlmt body under tne super
vision of ono person , who shall be di
rectly responsible for the management
of its alfalrs. This change has been
urgently desired by our government
and it is believed to find a hearty second
end among all the powers. Officials
profess nn unwillingness to discuss
with any detail the existing state of
the negotiations now In progress and
the Impression prevails that if an
agreement has been reached it is in
complete. Nothing came from Min
ister Conger today.
Minister Wu said tonight he had not
any Information bearing on the move
ments of the Imperial family. He was
not disposed to credit the statements
that thn rnitrt. Intnmlpd in no to
Hzoclnmn province , further to the
west from where It Is now , unless
compelled to do FO as a result of the
military operations of the allies.
POSSIBLE ARMY LEGISLATION.
Gorhlu and I'rmttor Confer vrllli I'rosl-
ilrnt About Uio Armjr.
WASHINGTON , Nov. 312. Senator
Proctor of the senate committee on
military affairs and Adjutant General
Corbln of the War department hold an
Informal conference with the presi
dent yesterday relative to legislation
to bo nslccd of congress in connection
with the proposed Increase of the reg
"Under the existing law , " said Sen
ator Proctor , ut the conclusion of the
conference , "tho present strength of
the army of 05,000 regulars and 35,000
volunteers will bo reduced on the first
day ] of next July to 27,000 regulars.
This is an absurdly small number and
congress will bo asked by the presi
dent to reorganize the army upon a
larger 1 basis. It will bo impossible to
keep ' any troops In the Philippines un
less the army Is Increased , to say
nothing of the garrisons for the forts
in this country.
"My own judgment Is that congress
will provide a regular army of about
nn.OOO or GO.OOO men , with discretion
to the president to raise the total to
100,000 if he finds the larger number
necessary. 1 have no doubt that this
legislation will bo enacit.l at the com
BRYAN CARRES KENTUCKY.
Alinoit C'oiniilnto Flfiir 'M < ! l\o Ktitn In
Him nml llfcldinin ,
LOUISVILLE , Nov. 12. Official re
turns from all save about a dozen
counties In the state received by the
Courier-Journal up to 11 o'clock Sat-
urdny do not materially alter that jm-
por's unolllclal report of the election.
Bryan's majority will bo In the nctgh-
borhood of S.OOO , while the plurality
of Bcckham ( dem. ) , for governor , will
bo about 5,000 , the unofficial returns
from every county being 3,5t > D.
CroUnr Will < lo Away.
NEW YORK. Nov. 12. Richard Cro
kcr mild tonight that he would sal
for England next Saturday. Uo wll
make , i statement before ho leaves ,
but he IB not yet ready to dlscusn th
flection , the mayoralty campaign or
the projected icvolt against him. Uu
gnrdlng the stuto constatbulary bill
ho has nothing to nay at present. Mr.
Crokcr expects to return next spring
in time for the city campaign ,
Iliiiiuii Will Tukr u Kost.
' NEW YORK , Nov. 12. Senator Han-
na loft for Cleveland and Mr. Mauley
Hlarted for Mnlnn this evening. Sen-
ator Hnnna said ho was going to take
a long rest. Ho added , speaking of
the rumored retirement of Secretary
Gage , that ho bad not heard of any
contemplated change In the cabinet
and would not discuss it.
i KitniiH * T.ceUlaluro ,
TOPEKA , Kan. , Nov. 12. Official returns -
turns on the legislature glvo the repub-
i licans 104 members fuslonlsts C'J , tie b1. .
LATER RETURNS PROM NEBRASKA.
Itopuhltdins "MM tin homo Claims Tlmt
JfUHOtilHti Do Not CoiH'edp.
Omaha Bee special : The Bee has
complete returns on govouior from ev-
c-iy county In the state except Me-
Pherson and the vote in that county
u ; leas than 1UO. Two years ago 1 ;
gave a plurality of one for ilayward.
of thfRu returns Knvnnty-olght are
olllclai and eleven unollluial. On the
lace of thejo returns Die.r.ch .has a
plurality of 1,021. On the minor stuto
.ouiciaiB the U < Jo ,1ms returns from
eighty counties , seventy-two of which
aic olllclai and eight unofficial. The
counties embraced in the totals for
minor state ) olhcialb this year gave
Poyntor a plurality of 70 and In the
same counties the pluralities of the
i-L'publlcun oiriclala range Irani OH
for Savage to 2,237 for Prout for at-
' .oniey general. Marsh for secretary
of atato has has 1,971 , Weston tor an-
ultor , l.OSO ; Stcafcr for treasurer ,
L',025 ; Fowler for superintendent ot
public Instruction , 2iiJ2 ; l-'oiimer for
coinm.sfiloncr of public lanuo and
inilidingH , 1,740. Douglas and Lan
caster nro not included in totals of
minor Klutn oihcms.
There Is no change in the legislative
fciluatlon. The republicans have eigh
teen in the senate , the fuslonlbts
twelve and three In doubt. In the
noiiKO there aio fifty-four republicans ,
forty-three fuslomsts and throe In
doubt. It wUl reuulro the official
count to settle the doubtful ones.
In the Sixth congressional district
ho plirallty of Nuvllte la so small
that the official .count may change the
Unrihn World-Herald special : Both
sides continue to claim the election
of governor of Nebraska. The Omalm
Bee Insists that Dietrich Is elected by
1,300 plurality and the Lincoln Jour
nal Is ( juito as positive that Dietrich's
plurality will bo close to the 1,000
There Is no question that the news
paper figures Indicate the election of
Dlctilch by a small plurality , but the
fusion committee chairmen declare
that inasmuch us the returns are not
all In and the result is close it would
bo foolish to concede defeat while
there is a possibility of pulling
After carefully computing totals
from the official returns mus far re
ceived at the office of the secretary
of state , Fred Jowell , private secre
tary to Governor Poyntcr , tonight
made a statement of the situation ns
ho regards It and setting forth on what
ho based his Inith in the re-election
of the governor.
M . Jewell said : "In tfhe election
of the governor we are all agreed
that whichever candidate Is sucessful
cannot have more than a small plu-
lallty. It Is true that the Omaha Iic3
and State Journal are claiming Diet
rich's election by about 1,000 plurality.
But by the comparison of their sup
posed returns with the returns in the
.secretary of state's office and the un
official returns which have been tele
graphed to the populist state commit
ted after the canvass of the vote has
been completed In seventy-nine coun-
les it becomss evident that twenty-
five corrections must be made In the
ournal's statement of this morning ,
Ighteen of which increase Governor
'oynter'a vote and seven of which rc-
uce It , making a total Increase for
'oyntor of 292 plurality. After de-
uctlng thin from the Journal's clalm-
d plurality of 918 for Dietrich they
nly nave a plurality of C58 for Diet-
ich , and this includes their guesses
n at leant eleven counties , in which
.ho vote has not yet been canvassed. "
Ilr.riin'A Vote In Idiilin.
BOISC , Nov. 12. Complete returns
mvo not been received. On president
he veto lias been pretty well report-
il , and shows Bryan's plurality to be
omcthlng ' more than 1,200. The vote
in t'hc Btatc ticket has not been re
ported from a number of the demo-
rntlc counties , excepting on governor.
Die fusion candidate has a lead of
,471. Other candidates on this ticket
Vjlll run somewhat better when the re-
urns are in.
T.I und Oiling Kt'inoiistnUc.
ROME. Nov. 12. The Tribune pub-
Ishes the following from its Pekin
"LI Hung Chang and Prince Clilng
have Informed me that the demands
of the powers for this punishment of
Prince Tunn and the withdrawal from
power of the empress are too humili
ating to be accepted by the Chinese. "
GENEVA , Nob. , Nov. 10. Calvin
Richards of Momence precinct was ad
judged Insane by the commissioners
of hiHiinty and was taken to the asylum
at Lincoln this morning. U. White-
leather was adjudged this afternoon
by the commissioners of Insanity and
will be taken away tomorrow.
Dividing Up tlio Territory.
PEKIN , Nov. C. A commission , con
sisting of the senior staff officer of the
forces of each power taking part in
the Chinese campaign , is proceeding to
Shanghai Kuan ( on the guif of Ltao
Tung ) , hi order to smooth the friction
between the allied commanders re
garding tno places to bo selected for
occupation by their respective forces.
rirnty of Coal Thrre.
ST. PETERSBURG , Nov. 12. The
Russian minister of agriculture , M.
Yermoleff , after visiting the coal de
posits recently discovered on the
Black -fleacoast in the government of
Kutnls. estimates that they will yield
1,0-10,000 tons annually for sixty
years. Ho considers the quality excel
Uluirt'li KxtciiHloii lUmrii.
NEW YORK , Nov. 10. Today nt the
Mothodlst Episcopal church of St. John ,
in Wllllamsburg , the general board of
church extension of the Methodls :
Episcopal church inaugurated a series
of business sessions for tomorrow. In
the parlors of the church tonlgut the
board , consisting of numerous out-of
town bishops and lay delegates , rcpre
Bonlntlvos of fourteen general confer
ence districts , wore entertained at a
private dinner by the Methodist Social
union. Bishop C. H. Fowler delivered
the principal address.
THE NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE.
Nn inn of MombrrH Cliiiflcn to Upper nnil
lo\vi-r HoiMm ,
The following Is a list of the mem
bers of the next senate and house of
1 representatives :
First district , Rlchardsoon and Paw
nee counties Prank R. Martin , rep. ,
Falls City , lawyer.
Second district , Nemalm and John
son counties Peter Berlct , rep. , Brock ,
Third district , Oto J. II. Arcnds ,
rep. , Syracuse , merchant.
Fourth district , Cass W. II. Newell ,
rep. , Plattnmouth , stone merchant.
Fifth district , Saundcra and Sarpy
Dr. Meredith , Ashland , fus. , physician.
Sixth district , Douglas Ho waul H
Baldrlge , rep. , Omaha , lawyer ; two
fuslonlsts not yet determined.
Seventh district , Cumlnga and Hurt
Andrew R. Oleson , rep. , West Point ,
Eighth district , Dlxon , Dakota ,
Knox , Cedar and Thompson Result
Ninth district , Antelope , Boone and
Grccley A. W. Lacld , rep. , Albion ,
Tenth district , Washington and
Dodge Lorenzo Crounsc , rep. , For * .
Calhoun , farmer.
Eleventh district. Wayne , Stnnton ,
Madison and Pierce W. W. Young ,
rep. , Stanton , lawyer.
Twelfth district , Platte and Colfax
Joseph L. Paschal , fus. , Columbus , ed
Thirteenth district. Holt , Garfield.
Wheeler and Boyd Frank Campbell ,
fus. , O'Neill , merchant.
Fourteenth district , Brown , Key.i
Paha , Cherry , Sheridan , Dawes , Box
Butte and Sioux G. R. Van Bosklrk ,
rep. , Alliance , stockman.
Fifteenth district , Custcr , Valley ,
Loup and Blainc F. M. Currle , rop. ,
Sarsont , merchant.
Sixteenth district. Buffalo and Sher
man J. E. Miller , fus. , Majors , farm
Seventeenth district , Hall and How
ard J. A. Woostlnholm , fus. , Grand
Island , merchant.
Eighteenth district , Polk , Merrick ,
and Nance Charles Krumbach , fus. ,
Shelby , merchant.
Nineteenth district. Butler and Rew
ard II. B. CnmmliiR , Seward , fus. ,
Twentieth district. Lancaster. Rich
ard O'Neill , rep. , Lincoln , jeweler.
John J. Trompen , HIckmnn , rep. , farm-
Twonty-first district , Gage W. II.
Edprar , rep. , Beatrice , editor.
Twenty-second district , Saline-
Hugh McCarger , rep , , Crete , implement
Twenty-third district. Jefferson and
Thayer C. F. Steele , rep. , Fairbury ,
Twenty-fourth , district. York and
Fillmore N. V. Harlan , rcn. , York ,
Twenty-fifth district , Clay and Ham
ilton Henry Renting , Saronville , fus.
Twenty-sixth district , NurkoMs , Web
Innvnlo. ster and Franklin O. R. Pitney , fus. ,
Twenty-seventh district. Adams J.
N. Lyman , fus. . Hastings , physician.
Twenty-eighth district. Kearney.
Phelps and Hnrlan undecided.
Twenty-ninth district. Red Willow.
Furnas , Hitchcock , Dundy , Gosper ,
Chase , Hayes uj. N. Allen , Arapahoe ,
rep. , merchant.
Thirtieth district. Dawson , Lincoln ,
Logan , Keith , Cheyenne. Thomas
Grant , McPherson , Deupl. Scotts Bluff.
Banner , Klrnball and Perkins E. D.
Owens , rep. . Cozad. lawyer.
Total Republican , 19 ; fusion 12 ;
doubtful , 2.
JiOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
First district , Richardson county 'J.
R. Cain , republican , Stella , banker ;
John Llchty , fusion , Falls City , insur
ance agent ; August Fellers , fusion ,
Falls City , merchant.
Second , Pawnee county Ferdlnairl
Wcnzel ; republican ; Tatc , farmer ;
Andrew Scott , Pawnco City , stockman.
Third , Nemaha < ; ounty J. W. Arm
strong , republican , Auburn , merchant ;
Fred G. Ilaxby , fusion , Nemaha , col
Fourth Johnson county H. G. Crea
sy , rep. , Crab Orchard , lumber dealer.
Fifth , Nemaha and Johnson counties
C. H. Beethe , rep. , Tectimseh , farmer
Sixth Otoo county Charles H. Mar
shal , rep. , Douglas.
Seventh , Cass county M. L. Fried-
erlck , rep. , Cedar Creek , farmer ; R.
S. Wilkinson , rep. , Eaglo. lumberman.
Eighth Cass and Otoo David Brown ,
rep. , Nebraska City , real estate dealer.
Ninth , Sarpy county Clans Grcll ,
fus. , Grctna , farmer.
Tenth , Douglas county Six republi
cans and three fuslonlsts.
Eleventh , Washington county
lenry Rohwcr , rep. , Calhoun , farmer
Twelfth , Burt county W. G. Sean ,
op. , Tokamnh , lawyer.
Thirteenth , Burt and'Washington-
Joseph Hall , rep. , Tokamnh , farmer.
Fourteenth , Dodge county Daniel
Swansonr , rep. , Fremont , accountanc ;
George L. Loomis , fus. , Fremont , law
yer.Fifteenth. . Cumlng county Henry
Schlnstoclc , fus. . West Point , stockman
Sixteenth , Cumlng , Dakota anl
Thurston counties M. W. Murray , fus. ,
Ponder , editor.
Seventeenth , Wayne and Stnnton
counties Louis Smlthbcrbcr , rep ,
Stanton , farmer.
Eighteenth , Dixon county J. J. Mc-
Cartny , rep. , Ponca , lawyer.
Nineteenth , Cedar and pierce A. J.
Watson , fus. , Coleridge , editor.
Twentieth , Knox and Boyd counties
Twenty-first , Antelope Not decided.
Twenty-second , Boone Frank Jouve-
nat , rep. , Petersburg , banks- .
Trouble til Ills Home.
M'COOK , Neb. , Nov. 10. Joseph S
McBrnycr , a liveryman of this city ,
was shot and severely Injured by Em-
mctt Carroll , a young man whos wife
claims that McBrnyer had assaulted
her. Carroll shot McBraycr in the
head , the bullet lodging just under the
skull , but it has not yet been extracted
by the surgeons , who are endeavoring
to do so tonight. Carroll has been
away and returning homo yesterday ,
immediately purchased a revolver for
the deed he performed this afternoon.
Twenty-third , Madison Peter Zim
merman , fus. , Battle Creek.
Twenty-fourth , Platte D. A. Beech-
cr , fus. , Humphrey , farmer.
Twenty-fifth , Platte and Nance J.
W. Tanner , fus. , Fullerton , editor.
Twenty-sixth , Colfax J o h n C.
Sprccher , fus. , Schuyler , oil inspector.
Twenty-seventh , Saundcrs Aleu
Bonller , fus. . Cedar Bluff , farmer.
Twcnty-eigth , Butler D. W. Ham
ilton , fus. , miller , farmer ; John Kav-
cny , fus. , Llnwood , farmer-stockman.
Twenty-ninth , Seward W. II. Beckman -
man , rep. , Dorchester , farmer ; ( Jeorgc
W. Fuller , fus. , Seward , farmer.
Thirtieth , Lancaster Five republia
cans A. W. Lane , C. R. Tefft , J. II.
Mockett , jr. , E. J. Shellhorn , Charles
Thirty-first , Saline E.V. . Miskell ,
rep. , Wllber , merchant ; A. H. Shiner-
da , fus. , Wllber. .
Thirty-second , Gage Three republicans -
cans , Thomas E. Hlbbert , Adams ,
farmer ; Henry Stolnmeyer , Clatonla ;
R. W. Laflin , Wymorc.
Thirty-third , Gage and Saline A
D. Spencer , rep. , Barneston , grain
Thirty-fourth , Jefferson J. E. .acn-
delmll , rop. , Fairbury.
Thirty-fifth , Tlmyer Robert Tweed ,
rep. , Davenport , merchant.
Thlrty-slxui , Thayer and Jefferson-
Conrad ulcsnor , rep. , Hebron , farmer.
Thirty-seventh , Fillmorc C. A.
Fowler , rep. , Ohlowa , lawyer.
Thirty-cighth.York A. L. Sandali ,
rep. , York , farmer ; Herman Dlers , t'us. ,
Grcsham , merchant.
Thirty-ninth , Polk Undecided.
Fortieth , Merrlck Dr. Gowne , rep. ,
Forty-first , Hamilton A. J. Whit-
more , rep. , Aurora , contractor and
builder ; J. H. Edmondson , fus. . Aurora.
Forty-second , Clay M. Broderlck ,
rep. , Fall-field , farmer ; C. II. Bcall ,
Forty-third , Nnckolls James Boyd ,
fus. , Nelson.
Forty-fourth , Webster Undecided.
Forty-fifth , Adams Herman A. Redman
man , fus. , Kenesaw , merchant.
Forty-sixth , Webster and Adams
W. H. Householder , fus. , Bhulen ,
Forty-seventh , Hall Gco , Hum
phrey , rep. , Donlphan ; Wm. Thoomes-
sen , fus. , Alda , farmer.
Forty-eighth. Howard C. W. Hunt
er , , fus. , St. Paul , farmer.
Forty-ninth , Gnrlleld , Greeley ,
Wheeler , Blalne , Loup , Thomas , iiook-
cr , Grant Undecided.
Fiftieth , Holt One republican , ono
Fifty-first , Brown and Rock F. O.
Galogly , rop. , Johnstown , stockman.
Fifty-second Cherry and
lm W. II. Horton , rep. . Springvlew.
Fifty-third , Dawos , Sheridan , Sioux ,
Box Butte Allen G. Fisher , rep. , Chad-
ron , lawyer.
Fifty-fourth. Lincoln , ' Perkins ,
Scotts Bluff. Klmball , Cheyenne. Keith ,
Deucl , McPherson Banner John E.
Evans rep. . North Platte , county clerk.
Fifty-fifth , Valley J. A. Ollls , jr. ,
fus. , Ord , farmer.
Fifty-sixth , dialer and Logan W.
J. Taylor , fus. , Mcrna ; J. D. Ream ,
fus. . Broken Bow.
Fifty-seventh , Sherman John Vau-
degrlft , fus. , Austin , farmer.
Fifty-eighth , Buffalo Edward ll-ir-
rls , rep. , Amherst , farmer ; William
Jordan , fits. . Odessa , farmer.
Fifty-ninth , Dawson Ferdinand
Zlmmerer , fus. , Lexington.
Sixtieth , Kearney Fuslonlst.
Sixty-first , Franklin Charles GIs'u-
wlllcr , fus. , WIlcox , farmer.
SIxty-scrond , Hnrlan E. Lowe , rop.
Sixty-third , Phclps C. O. Olson , rep
Sixty-fourth , Furnns C. M. Brown
rep. , Cambrlddo.
Sixty-fifth , Red Willow Dr. Hath-
ron , rep. . Bartley , physician.
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nlif nnil Ihiu rovtnrnrl lr *
ontmlon , Hearing 'will oo ucsiroyeu forever :
: ilno cases out of ten are caused by catarrh ,
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ho mucus mirfaces.
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