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THE OlVIAHA DAILY BEEj'JVVEDNESPAY , APKIL 28. 1880. 5
HOG CHOLERA EXPERIMENTS ,
The State Univcrjity Faculty Endeavor to
Secure Aid to Oarry Them On ,
A VETERINARY COURSE NEEDED.
Tlio Ltvo Stock Commission Vavorn-
lilo to GrnntiiiK the llnqticst Or.
Theories II ap
nt tlio Cnpltnl ,
| ino TUB nrr.'s MNCOI.X ncrtnttftl
Ciiaticollor Mnntmlt nnd Trofn ser
Ik'SSoy , of tlio university faculty , wore in
c'onfurenco with the live stock sanitary
coniiiiiislon yesterday , with the object of
inducing tlio eommhsionurs to pay the
expense of conducting the hog cholera
( jxporiinciit on the &tnlo furm. When tlio
idea of sturtiiig n school of veterinary
science in connection with the university
wus broached lust winter the regents on-
tcrcd into corri'spondcnco with Dr. liil-
lingof ) New York , and invited linn to
como to Lincoln nnd dlsc-uss the matter
with them. Dr. Millings was present ut
thu SL'ini-Minuinl nii-uting of the board in
January , nnd after n talk \\illi him thu
regents informally nnnounccd that they
were sat'iHllcd that lie was the proper DIM-
son to pul ut the head of tlio proposed
school. In order to satisfy thumsulvos
that there was a demand among the tax
payers for such an institution , formal
action was deferred until the
regular Juno meeting. It was
arranged with Dr. Hilling' ) , however.
that he .should come b.ick to Lincoln and
conduct a series of experiments in
hog cholera on the nnivcrMty tarm ,
and give the people of the state to under
stand thai he was to work tor tin ; henelit
ot ono of their most important interosU.
The university managers agreed
lo furnish a laboratory and
assistants , but for want of
funds could not give any financial assist
ance until an appropriation could bo .se
cured from tlio legislature next winter.
Dr. Hillings came to Lincoln , acconliiig
to agreement , and the faculty , in order
to get him at work , applied to the sani
tary commission for a donation of $10(1 ( or
$ . ' , OJ from the fund at their disposal. The
aid is asked on the ground that the ex
periments in which the money is to bo
used are really a part of the work in
which tlii ) cummission uro engaged , anil
will be. ol great importance to the stock
growers with whom the commissioners
nave almost exclusively to deal. After
Chancellor Mannatt had presented his
case , Major Hirncy. of Iho commission ,
.said that , nn.xt to the education of thu
children of tlio state , the most important
and beneficial work in which the Uni
versity faculty ami commission could en
gage was Iho discovery of a remedy or
preventive of hoc cholera , a plague that
is lapidly decimating Ifebriska : swine ,
and causing a loss of millkms f dollars
annually , lie was of the opinion that the
university farm was intended for jusl
such purpose , and intimated that lie _ foi
one would bo willing to gr.mt tin ; assist
mice desired if he could have any assurance
anco that any tangible end would result
Dr. Hillings , in reply to a direct ipterj
as to whether ho was of the opinion tha
anything could bo attained or demon
stratcd by the proposed experiments
said ho could only hivy that the partia
success that bad attended similar work ii
Europe led him to think that somullfm ;
might bo gained in the end. Dr. Pas
tour's proposition that the di.scase variei
in severity according to tno breed o
swine , that is , that some families won
more susceptible lo it than others , ho wa
inclined to think was wrong. It is trm
that dilVercnco in age has something t <
do with the degree of severity , but tin
breed has not. It was more probable
Dr. Hillings said , that failure to obtaii
uniform results from Pasteur's vaccini
virus was , in his opinion , duo to soni
fault in preparation rather than dillot
enco in the animals operated upon , and !
would bo ono of his studios to ascurtai :
and avoid it.
Chancellor Mannatt then said that h
would like to be thoroughly assured tha
there was a demand tor a votcrinar
school , and that after the class wa
opened there would bo students cnoug
to warrant continuing it. Tno troubl
with most institutions of that kind , am
especially agricultural colleges , is wan
ot patronage. The young men do nc
seem dc-sirous of taking such a course c
Mr. Harnharthaid that the commissio
was nearly run to death with requests t
furnish veterinarians. Thuru is a sin
prising scarcity of competent men i
that line , and a big demand for then
Ho could put four or five veterinary sui
goons in good positions lit once if 1 :
could llnd them.
Professor Uessoy said that the mai
thing western boys wanted to know bi
fore entering on a special course was tin
there would bo a place for them whc
they graduated. This assured thei
would bo no scarcity of students.
The meeting adjourned without any d
cisivo action being taken , but it is untie
stood that the commission , if tlio go
ornoris willing , will give the aid dcsirci
A UOirUlI KOAl ) TO TICAVUL.
That colored people sometimes hai
rough sailing on the sea of matrimony :
well as "white trash" is evidenced by
petition on lilo in the district court :
which John Sopor links for a divon
from his wife Elizabeth. John says tli
they were married at Jubilee , Poor
county , Ills. , in 1874 , and that Ins wi
has been guilty of cruelty and abu
toward him that in his advanced yea
he cannot bland. According to John
petition Elly.ahcth has been in the hal
of kicking him out of bed , callinz him
"d-d old black fool , " and imimgnh
the legitimacy of his birth in rather fu
ciblo and inelegant language. Win
words failed to express her feolin
toward him , Elizabeth would playful
throw a clock weight at his head ,
make a dash at him with a butcher kid !
On one occasion she locked herself aw ;
from him lor a whole month , which Jo )
instead of being thankful for , as me
men would bo under the circumstanc <
parades in his petition as ono of h
most cruel nets. In 1878 this amial
wife left her husband to bear the trit
and tribulations of life alone , and Jol
now wanU a legal bcparatiou on t
ground of desertion.
CJtUMIKD UV A IIOKSK.
Monday evening William Pratt ,
employe at Heeler's ' livery barn , start
to ride ono of the hor.ses , a largo stalllc
for exorcise. Just after leaving t
stable the animal i eared and threw hli
self backward , falling directly on top
Pratt , who was unable to get out of t
Hudillo. The high pommel struck him
the stomach nnd , forced by the weight
the horse , indicted serious internal in ;
rios. Dr. Itccd , the attending physici ;
says the man is very badly hurt and 1
but smill chances of recovery. Pratt I
young man , less than 30 years old , a
was married about two mouths ago ,
mtiii' : MENTION.
The state board. of equalization had
meeting yesterday afternoon and listen
to the arguments of the railway t
agents against the valuation placed
railway property in this state. S.
Ilighloyman representing the Mlsso
Paciticj Frank P. Crandon , of I
Bious City & Paciiio and Fremont , E
horn & Missouri Valley : C. D. Dorm :
. of the I ) . & M. ; W. H. Kussoll , of I
Union Pacific , and John D. Howe , of (
Minneapolis tc Omaha , were uroscnta
mudo prot'iits which the' board tc
William O.'iShea , the printer , is putt !
out circulars nnnonncine that on Juno
ho will commence tlio publication of
the Commercial Gazette , a daily paper
in which market reports and general
commercial news will bo a specialty.
Questions concerning the case of war
relics in the secretary of state's oflico
have been put in so thick and fast by vis
itors to the state house that Captain Win-
terstccn has arranged to deliver two lec
tures daily , at 1050 ! a. in. ami 2:30 p. m. ,
in which the history of the relics will bo
graphically told for the edification of all
The United States Life Insurance com
pany , of Now York , Is about to begin
business in Nebraska.
Ten sctiool bonds of $300 caeh were
sent In from diilrict No. 2 , of Pierce
county , yesterday for rcgistralion. Also
ono of 010 from district No. IB , in Holt
Henry James has filed in Iho district
court a petition for divorce from his wife ,
Itobeeca E James , whom ho claims de
serted him last September for one Uobcrt
Hatenian , with whom she is now living
on P , between Ninth and Tenth streets ,
in this city.
The FreeWill Baptist Focictyn new or
ganization , has bought a lot at the cor
ner of 11 and Sixteenth streets to build a
cinirch on. Hov. A. V. Hryant has been
chosen as pastor.
Two brothers-in-law named lloncdict
and Meiers got into a dispute Monday
night over the Helllenieiit of an account ,
and Meyers knocked Hcnedict down with
a poker. The lattcr's wife , on coming to
his aid , was also knocked down , and n
second later her sister was similarly dis
posed of. The row raged until a crowd
gathered and the police worn called ,
when there was a cessation of hostilities
under a Hag of truce. No arrests
Cieorgo 15o > plinan , the grocer , was
fined * . ; > .70 in police court yesterday for
kecpjngsovcn barrels of oll'ensive rub
bish in his baek yard after being notified
by the police to remove it.
An ex-convict , named Enright , who
was jailed on a mjnor charge Monday ,
was discovered cutting his way out of tlio
city jail yesterday morning.
At the council meeting Monday night
an ordinance was passed riMiuinng ped
dlers of meal to pay a city Ik-enso of $4
per day. The butchers wanted to make
it $10 , but the council thought $1 steep
bTATE AiiIVATS. : (
H. E. Spanglor , Omaha ; L. F. Hilton ,
Hlair ; Pat. O. Hawes. Omaha ; F. M. Din
ning , lecuinsoh ; F. 13. Whymer , Adam ;
George M. Humphrey , Pawnee City ; S.
I ) Stewart , Omaha ; A. M. Stark , lvork ;
II. U. Smith , Omaha ; K. S. Malouey , jr. ,
and N. A. Silverthorn , llumboldt'o. ; A.
Clarke , Ashland ; G. llovell , Nebraska
A cold discomfort. Hod Star Cough
Cure happiness. No opiates , no poison.
Famous AVnr Cliargcrs.
In an article commending the people
of Virginia for providing a homo tor the
warhorse of Stonewall Jackson till it
tiled at the ago of 'M , the London Tele
graph says : There is , perhaps , nothing
connected with the "romance of war"
as to which the popular imagination in
dulges in more extravagant nights than
the subject of chargers which once car
ried great soldiers upon the Held of
honor Wo know from Plutarch that ,
with the exception of Alexander the
Great , no man dared to mount Buce
phalus , the noble war-steed , upon whoso
head a black mark resembling an ox was
impressed , the rest of his body , like that
of Napoleon's favorite charger , being
white. It was renresontcd that Buce
phalus always kimlt down when ap-
proachcd by his master , and that , when
the pair were taking part in the great
engagement which was fatal to Porus.
the Indian monarchBucephalus received
a heavy wound , and dropped ( lead after
carrying the Macedonian king out of
battle and landing him in a safe spot.
The horse was said to have been iiO
years old when ho died , and as an afl'ec-
tionato tribute to his memory
Alexander built a city called after
htm upon the banks of the Hydaspes.
Who , again , that has read Southey's
fascinating "Chronicle of the Cid" can
Imvo forgotten Havieca , the charger
whom Spain's scini-mvtliical champion
bestrode in a hundred battles ? It is re
lated by Southoy that when Hoderigo Kuy
Diaz commonly called "tho Cid , " from
an Arabic word meaning "the chief , " or
"Lord" was taken in his boyhood to
choose a horac ho passed over the best
steeds and selected a shabby-looking colt.
His god-father accordingly called tnc boy
"bavieca"or a booby , tor making such a
silly choice , and thus the name devolved
upon the horse , who survived Ids master
for two years and a half , and finally was
burled at Valencia. After the death ot
the Cid no man was permitted to get up
on the back of Bavieea , who may , there-
f pro , bo haul to Imvo died in odor of sanc
tity. Scarcely less poetical is the legend
adopted by tlio great Italian poet Ariostc
in connection with Hoiartlo , or Hayardo ,
the famous steed of Uinaldo , and once the
property of Amadis of Gaul , It is recorded >
corded by Ariosto that Boiardo was diS1
covered in a grotto by the wizzard Mala
gigi , who gave him and the magic
sword Fusberta , which was found ii
the same spot , to the wizard' ;
couzin , Uinaldo. Headers of Ilomei
are aware that nearly overj
o chieftain who fought for or against Troj
s had sonio celebrated horse or horse !
which he drove in Ills chariot , and upoi
n which Homer bestows a name or names
e Coining down to our own times , what i
t wealth of affection has been lavishei
a hi net ) 1815 upon Copenhagen , the thee
o roughbrcd chestnut charger bestriddet
o by the duke of Wellington at thu batth
s of Waterloo ! Wo know from the "Stm
, s Hook" that Copenhagen was a gr.mdsoi
it of Eclipse , and that ho was bred by Gen
a Grosvonor in 1808. After running 1111
g successfully as a racehorse in 1811 am
1813 , Copenhagen was sold by Gen. Gros
u vonor to Lord Londonderry , who tool
; s him out to the peninsula , whore , short ! ;
y after the battle of Salamanca , ho wa
ir bought from Lord Londonderry by tin
3. earl of Wellington such was then on
y great captain's title for 400 guineas
u Copenhagen was as the late Sir Tat
it ton Sykcs often loved to remind his hcai
s , ors a little horse standing about half ai
> r inch over liftoen hands iu height. Tli
lo duke was in the habit of saying that n
Is day was long enough to tire him , am
u that no sight or sound , however unoi
10 pected , could make him start. It woul
perhaps have been bettor if Coponhnge
had tired somewhat on that last an
, n most famous day which saw him carr
d the Iron Duke upon a battle Hold. It i
ii , related by Col. Gurwood that when tli
10 duke descended from the saddle whle
i. ho had occupied for eighteen coiisccutiv
jf hours , Copenhagen let Hy with both hin
10 legs , and narrowly missed his master'
in head and chest. Thu incident occnrre
of in the little Belgian village from wluc
, i- the great battle , fought two miles awa
ii , upon the plateau of Moat St. Jean , taki
is its immortal name. Despite him mibbi
a havior Copenhagen was brought baek t
id England and enjoyed what other trail
atlantic kinsmen call "a high old time ,
between 1815 and his death in 1625. Ii
a was 7 years old when ho carried tli
id duke at Waterloo , and was 17 when 1
vx died , full of honors at Strathfieldsayt
in The Duchess made a point of carrying
inL. bit of bread every day after -luncheon t
L.ri her favorite in the paddock. In udditio
10 she frequently were a bracelet made <
10k Copenhagen's hair , and when the ol
k10 horse died ho was.buried with full rail
10 tarj * honors , the duke and duclicss then
iio selves being chief mouruurs.
ik When pain aiultickness rend thebro
St. Jacobs Oil soothes and permanent !
BATTLING WITH BORN DEVILS
General Crook's ' Campaign Against the Wily
and Villainous Apaches.
The Most Snvngo nml Klitslvo Ilnlr-
liUtcrs Alive The Country nil
Arid Desert Flunked wltli
Staff CorrMponctaicc Los Angeles Time * .
FoitT HOWIE , A. T. , April B 1830 'Tho
California liar 1ms amassed a nionu-
mental notoriety not honestly his own.
Ho is not the premier prevaricator of
tltc universe. Ho does well for liis gifts ,
but he's over-matched. The boss , un
approachable anil supreme twister of
truth's caudal appendage isn't ho of
the g. c. , but the licry , untamed , mouth
ful Arizonian the multitudinous gentle
man who lias been feeding the Associated
Press with reports of the Apache cam-
paingns , particularly the present one.
Of these reports I believe it moderate to
Say that not ono in liftecu has been ap
proximately true. Most of this econo
mizer of truth dwells in Tombstone and
by what scratch did Tombstone ever
carom on the frigid facts ? Part of htm
hangs out in Tucson that arid aggre
gation of toughness , adobe and spare
time where people have too much
leisure to tell the truth. Ilu has aKo
some members at large in other parts of
the territory. And when ho unbutton4
his mouth , it shall be a pity if you don't
get sonu' news.
Hut , in honest and .sober factthe extra
territorial papers have been
AIlOMINAUI/r Alll'ini )
in the matter of war news from this sec
tion. No nowipapcr , until the Time * ,
has hud a representative anywhere near
the field. The Associated press has had
no agent within one hundred miles of
any lighting ; nor has it sent auy poison
even to headquarters for news. No dis
patches have been .sent out from any
where by any actually posted person , un
til within a very few days. It is not the
policy of this department to liirlit m the
newspapers. Crook is a soldier , not a
war correspondent ; and he has , perhaps ,
carried his grim dignity to mi extreme in
not making public the facts that would
HOW WB IIA.V12 GOT "NIVWS. "
Mayhap 'tis an errant , "cow-puncher"
who lopes into Tombstone , fills his hide
with intestine-corroder , and begins to
shoot off his war news. He hasn't been
within fifty miles of tlio Held , but a little
thing like that doesn't bother him. Ho
can tell you more about it in a day than
Crook ever dared to know. "Bar-keep"
takes it all in and retails it to the next
cuss-tomer ; the u. c. pours it into the
elastic receptivity of the Associated Press
agent , and the A. P. a. toots it to a gap
ing world. Or , perchance , some dis
charged mulc-porsmider from the mili
tary pack-train turns himself loose
on the first unprotected settlement
he strikes ; and the rest of
the story is carried out as per programme
above. Yet , again , it is the gentle tin
horn gambler who cajoles his hours of
cnso by putting up a cold deck against
unsophisticated truth , and deals a pat
hand to the agent of the great news dis-
rtisnenser. These are not guesses , but
plain .statements of the way in which the
"news" for which we pay has been born.
I have in my hand at this moment specific
clippings train jiist&uch sources and none
other. Hut they were whooped up , all
over the country as the latest news. J
don't argue that it is absolutely impossi
ble for drunken cowboy , deposed burro-
beater or tin-cornucopia professor k
some lime stumble upon the truth. Acci
dents will happen. Nor do I kiiow thai
the associated press is to blame. It has
been imposed upon , like all the rest ol
us. Aside , however , from the ineroli
unreliable sources from which the news
has been drawn , there is a , big , strong
anti-Crook ring , of unknown periphery
of many diverge materials , of great evi
dent weight , and homologous only in tin
desire to "down Crook. ' When I go
time I'll measure ttie diameter of tlii :
ring as closely as may bo ; meantime , t (
a few general facts , which are all-impor
tnnt preliminaries to any statement as t <
this > campaign.
No man can grip the full breadth of tin
situation , who does not , to start with
know this Arizona country , root am
branch ; and none can get even a iingoi
in Truth's pie who has not a fair reahza
tion of the following physical facts : N <
campaign in the civil war , or in any o
the northern Indian wars , was ever so en
tangled and crippled by topographica
In the first place , then ,
ArACIIKUOU IS A. DKSKKT ,
partially redeemable , it is true , by the future
turo development of artesian and can : ;
irrigation , nnd already dotted with semi
occasional oases. Hut I can lead you 50
miles , in a not palpably circuitous route
and in all that hideous stretch you slml
see not one drop of water , save the prcc
ions fluids in our water-kegs. This arn
desert is not one rust sea of drifting sand
It is ono of the most mountainous suction
of the whole country. And you will iini
square miles of it carpeted with the Etru <
can gold of fragile poppies , and othe
miles of many another llower. The gra
sngo brush ; the greasowood's glaucou
green ; the emerald daggers of the amok
the duller-hued bayonets of the aloi
topped with a banner of snowy blooin-
these diversify all its valleys , while her
and there loom the vast cundelabras c
the giant cactus. All tills is tosthotic bu
not tilling. Ride twenty miles acres
your llowery nltiin , mid you would swa
your tongue for a sun-baked sponge
Ride fifty , without water , and you will d
well , indeed , if you over sue sanity ugaii
It is u country from which , sans water ,
bunk in shcol would bo a positive relic
Prime features of this section are tli
mountains. Fancy an irregularly , ui
milating but regularly thirsty phiin c
300 miles , broken by but throe or fen
subterranean water courses. Upon tlr
vast area a wilderness are countless peat
and ridges , planted hap-hii/ard. Hui
the world over and you will find 11
more inhospitable and savage moui
tains. Shaggy , with sharp rocks an
sharper cactus , they rise 000 to as man
thousand feet above the circumlluei
plain , their highest peaks wooded an
snow-bound. You shall pass within
mile of such a hill , and have no moi
notion of its impossibility that a cow hi
of the hereafter. Try to climb the smal
est and you will find out. There neve
have been but two animals which ha\
loomed up as successes in scaling thci
rocks the mountain sheep and tl
Apache. Eitiicr skips over them HI
rolling off a .og , These ranges for
such an "underground railway" as cui
not bo beat. A man of ordinary eecrc
ivoness could slink from Colorado
Mexico along these Apache trails at
never be seen by human 03-0. None b
the high-circling buzzard and prowlir
coyote would note bin passing. Skill
ing through the mountains by day , dus
ing across the interjected valleys I
night , lie could bo as unobserved a if 1
HUiatOWEU UNnEUOKOUNt ) .
And even should some casual husti
glance detect him , he has but to shin
yonder crest , nnd he it * safe. Ho c :
Kill 500 men as fast as they can come
him himself almost absolutely une
posed. And then he can sucak bai
from sheltering rock to rock , until he
beyond pursuit. This , of course , qu tl
supposition that his foes uro whites. I
couldn't play that on. the Apache. If
man who reully hankered to hide o
hero cot caught o/ / killed , it would be because -
cause ho was" either a blamed fool or
plnyihg to vory-hsml luck , and yet there
arc acres of good rational people all
over this country who fancy that all there
is to this Apache business is to chase Lo
ovpr a field until ho gets tired and t'lon '
perforate him with a 45-70 , or tic him up
and bring him Into camp in an express.
That's the breed of geography they
raise out hero. Npw for
TUB NATtm" OK THE NATIVE.
Trying to hit the bull's eye of this matter -
tor , at my limited verbal range , is like
trying to la so n broncho steer with u
yardof sowinir p6tton. Hold the dic
tionary up by the tail , and still 1 can't
shake out the vocabulary to phrase- the
facts. Language will scarce graze the
skin but here a try.
The North American Indian , by-ami-
largo , has never been notorious as n dude
or an ass in war. Crude his methods
may bo.but they are effective. It has put
the'"superior" while man to his trumps
to "get away with" him ; and it never
would have been done but for infinitely
better weapons , later superior number ? ,
and u judicious use of whisky. Some
tribes have naturally inclined to peace
and endurance of wrong ; some have
fought fearfully at the pinch ; and some
nous' HUTCH BUS
Foremost in the latter class has always
stood the Apache For warfare in his
own domain ho has been , and is today ,
without a peer. From timu untold ho
has been a pirate by profession , a robber
to whom blood was sweeter than booty-
anil botli as dear as life. Untold geiier
ations before the Caucasian outpost en
croached upon his Sahara , ho was driving
his quart/ tipped shafts through agri
cultural A/.tco , peaceful Puoulo or plod
ding paisano. The warlike tribes to his
east and north , too , were represented in
many a jetty leek at his belt. From
Guaymas to Pueblo , and from San
Antonio to where the Colorado laps the
arid edge of California , ho swept
the country like a whirlwind. Of what
he has done to keep his gory hand in
since blonde scalps first amused his
knife , I need not remind you now.
Not only is ho thu most war-loving of
American Indians. Ho is nKo
TUB UO33 WAHltlOlt.
Ho is strong to an endurance simply
impossible in a more endurable country.
Ho has the eye of a hawk , the stealth of
a coyote , the courage of a tiger and its
moroilessnoss. He is the Bedouin of the
New World. His horses will subsist on
a blade of grass to the aero , and will
travel 110 miles in twenty-four hours
tliqruby , without dropping dead at the
finish. Ho knows every foot of his sav
age realm better than you know your
own parlor. lie finds lood and drink
where wo would perish for want of both.
Ho has a fastness wherever you may
strike him , and it is practically impreg
nable. Lay siege to him , ami he quietly
slips out by some canyon brck door , and
is away before you know it. The dan-
gerousncss of an Indian is jn the inveres
ratio of his food supply. His whole life
an unceasing struggle to tear a living
from vixenish' nature , the Apache is
whetted down to a foioeity of edge unat
tainable by the Indian of a section where
wood , water and faciln game are ready to
his hand. Why , his six-year-old boy will
ride a broncho farther in a day , and over
a rougher eomftry , than you could ride
the gentlest stehd. These kids who worn
out wih the hostilds were doing it right
along. I '
Hut this is not all that puts the Apache
ut the head of his class lie has pals to
STAND Itt WITH HIM.
From the outstretched arni of pursuit , he
slides down into old Mexico as if the hills
and valleys were n greased pole but tak
ing time to murder , rob and ravish in
transit , Ho gets safely into Sonora , sells
his stolen stock , without any trouble ,
caches the stolen arms , ammunition and
money ; enjoys a genteel loaf in the Mexi
can Sierras until ho is rested ; swoops
down upon hacienda and village , killing
a few people and gathering up all the
loot ho can pack or drive ; and Hits back
like a black shadow to his Ari/.onian
strongholds. The better class of Mexi
cans desire his extermination oven the
lower classes sometimes organize against
him ; but be finds plendy of degraded na
tives to help him. The Mexican line is
not only 11 line it is a wholesale "fence. "
and safe to say , some poor , mescal-corned
paisono is not the Apache's only pal.
There arc white Americans who "batten
on his bloody booty- You will find them
in Tombstone , Tucston and many another
place on cither side the lino. If the
source of the raid-causing whiskey were
published , tltcre arc some Arizona , mer
chants who would writhe some but at
$20 a gallon they take their chances. It
is to one of these beneficiaries of murdei
that the present lapse of a superb success
I have already told you about the
sweeping and unconditional snroendei
by which the Gray Fox became possessed
of Gcroniiuo and his whole band , in
eluding every Indian oft" the reservation ,
except Mangus and two or three bucks
who have been out four years , and hat
nothing to do with the present campaign
Now for the unhappy sequel.
There is no doubt that Goronlmo ant
his band surrendered iu good faith. Thoj
had no other earthly reason for givinp
themselves up , but wore tired of the wai
and glad to come in anil takq theii
chances. Whatever disposition might be
made of them , they knew that Ctoofc
wouldjijive them fair play. This abso
lute confidence of the Indians in his
honor is almost as important a factor it
Crook's success as his matchless knowl
edge of their traits. The hostilns wouh
not have surrendered thus to any othei
man. All was serene ; but ono of the satin
which from year to year , have fanned tin
savage spark to the blaze of war , agaii
got in its work. The great BurnardiiK
rancho runs along the Sulphur Spring
valley , from tliis side of the Hue , dowi
many leagues into the Sonora. Indeed
the surrender took place on it , twenty
live miles below our boundary. On tin
ranoho , some 400 yards below the line
lives a Swiss American named Tribou
lett long notorjwiH In Tombstone as
"fenco" for "riistjors. " He was als
tried some years ago , for stealing barlo ,
from the govcrftiucnt , at Fort IIuachuc.M
It isn't easy , ovuu yet , to convict a mai
in this territory , and ho got oft' . Hoi
still doomed il' > "fciico ; " and , infinite !
worse , furnishes'whisky to the Indians
Ho makes no sifcrct of it. nnd snaps hi
fingers at protefls. \ On thoSGth. the da
before thu surriKiddr- was noticed thi :
Goioiilmo and votlrar bucks were guttin
pretty full , It has Mnco boon discovorc
that Triboulotbc had smuggled live liv
gallon demijohns to a secret place nou
r their fastness , jStlll , thoybiirrondorod it
u right , and came along handsomely as fu
3 as Simiggler's\aprings , where the
a camped on the night of the 29th , Ther
they came in coptaqt with
.MOKE OK THIU'UI.iTT'S ) "WIIISKV ,
despite all possible precautions to kco
them from it. Some of Maus's India
o fccouta had smashed this white scoundrel
il whisky barrels , and destroyed all tl
t whisky in sight. That's a rather sarca
tic commentary on our nineteenth cei
tury civilization I Triboulctt and h
emissaries played also upon the fears i
y the prisoners , telling them they woi
o putting their necks inside the haltc
Savage as the Apache is , there tire ma
o tors iu which ho is a perfect child. Tate
o him in the night , especially when ho
u tipsy , and the veriest vagabond's ghee
o story will stampede him. Of course , yc
: will understand , iroui what has alreail
k been said of the Apache , that Lieu
is Maus's eighty-four men were entirely ii
o adequate to surround , bind or disarm tl
o ninety-two prisoners ; and they wei
a practically as free as'over. . It won
it have taken 1,000 men to make oven
stagger at doing it , anil oven then , many
a luo would have been lost in the opera
tion. At the faintest hint ot either propo
sition , the Apaches would have been off
like a Hock of quail ; and from Iho first
cover Ihctr rillcs would Imvo sent back
The conspirators succeeded , and that
night , during n rain-storm , Oeronimo
and Nnchita , accompanied by twenty
other bucks and fourteen squaws ono an
SLUNK OUT OF CAMP
noiselessly and vamoosed. They took
Iheir weapons but only ono horse. The
piisouers had camped only a short dis
tance from Mans and no ono know of
their departure until morning. If any
martial reader of the Times thinks Im
could have hold in these drink-crazed
demons thcro is a good chance for him
now to como out here , drop a little salt
on the fugitives and end the war.
Governor Zulick and his crowd have
gone homo. I linvo the authority of the
governor and of General Crook for say
ing that no demand has been made to
have any of the prisoners turned over to
the civil authorities.
Am getting sonic mighty interesting
notes about thu killing of Captain Craw
ford by Mexican troops last .January.
The facts have not been half published
and there is an apparent disposition
somewhere not to have them. Hut they
shall see typo , if 1 never sell another tish.
A BARTENDER'S JOKE.
Getting the Tjnitjjh on Customers Who
AVntiU'U AVIwt Was Not Their Own.
Chicago News ! In a little down-town
saloon yesterday more than a do/en men
tried to sueak an elegant ivory-handled
umbrella which leaned against a white
maple panel at the end of the bar. Al
though several of the men were evident
ly exports , not one could niannge to
s'ecure it. Whenever the bartender
caught a gentleman in the art , and ho
managed to catch them all , he nut up
glasses for hlnitclf and the dishonest
patron , for which the patron always
"Stormy weather outside , " remarked a
well-dressed man , catching sight of the
umbrella and moving over toward it.
"Another seltzer and lemon , and lake
something yourself , " remarked the
customer , cordially. Then a hand
slipped down behind the pleasant gentle-
man's coat-tails and began groping
around. Pretty soon it touched the panel
and moved cautiously across its polished
surface , It didn't find anything and the
gentleman who owned it stopped whist-
Fmg suddenly and grow red in the face.
He coughed violently and walked to the
other end of the bar to expectorate. On
his way back ho glanced sharply at the
panel and saw leaning against it the
ivory-handled umbrella. llio perform
ance was repeated. The stranger was
beginning to show signs of having an
opileptiu fit when the bartender leaned
over and said dryly :
"Can't you got it ? "
"Ahem , well ah , you know my um
brella you sec , " grasped the gentleman.
" it's ain't it Jim the
"Yes , a daisy , ? ,
night bartender , put her there : He's
got talent. " The umbrella was painted
on the panel.
Scrofula diseases manifest themselves
in the spring. Hood's Sarsaparilla
cleanses the blood and removes every
taint of scrofula.
A Itnnmnco From the Itowdy Went.
Chicago Herald : Hero is a romance
from the rowdy west. Miss Jennie
Corson , who is known throughout the
country as the "Shepherdess of the
West , " went to Montana gome years ago
and took a shoo ] ) ranch in Meagher
county. Slio did it all alone and unaid
ed. After awhile she sent for her lazy
brother from Chicago and made him
overseer of her Hocks. Matters went
well with her and soon she had a line
band of sheep and as valuable ranch
property as there was in Montana. She
took up some land under ono or another
of the government acts , proved up on
time and became a lauded proprietor.
Now it happened that the next claim to
her own was taken up by an enterprising
young man named Severance , who , like
his fair neighbor , first started a sheep
ranch and then got hold of some soil.
They tended Hocks in company for some
time and then Severance proposed mar
riage. Ho was accepted and to two
united their fortunes have been doing
better and better ever sinco.
O. H. Holberg , Pastor Woodhavcn M.
. Church , South Woodhaven , Queens
Co. , N. Y. , states : "I have used Allcoek's
Plasters for thirty years. Never found
them fail to cure weakness of the back ,
spiuo and kidney difiiculties. They are
very agreeable and strengthening. A
short time ago I got in a profuse perspir
ation while preaching. Imprudently go
ing homo without my overcoat , I lost the
use of my voice , and the next day had a
violent pain in my back , kidneys ami
chest. 1 could hardly brcatlio. Three
Allcoek's Plasters applied to my back ,
chest and kidneys cured mo completely
in six hours. I was astonished how quick
my breathing became easy after apply
Bwoct Innocciico or Childhood.
A lady approaching u group of little
children sitting on a stoop in Wcs !
Twenty-ninth street the other day. askeii
a little girl her age and was told. The
little one added : " 1 am the same ago at
Ibis litlle boy here ; wo were both born or
the same day. " "Thou you are twins , '
said the lady. "Yes , but they don't loot
a bit alike. " said another little girl
"And , " said a bright little boy will
golden curls and earnest eyes , "thoj
haven't the same father and mother
Ilulfurd Sauce makes your food more niitrl
She Couldn't Help It.
Comlo Weekly ! Lady "Minnin , arcn"
vou ashamed of yourself to let the cool
Kiss you ? "
Minnie "Well , ma'am , I'll tell youth
truth. Ho has kissed mo every day fo :
thrco weeks. I can't help it. The firs
time I was real cross with him am
acolded like everything , but the stupii
follow don't understand a single word o
English : "
"llalford Sauce excelled by none. Try II
Why Ho Had Not Soon Much oflToi
Evaiibvillo Argus : They wore at a bal
the other night. Ho had not mot her fo
some time. In the course of convorsii
tion he mentioned the fact , saying : "
have not seen much of you lately. '
"No , " she naively replied , "ma compel
us to wear high-necked dresses now. "
PILKS5 rjPII-iKS ! 1'ILiE1
A sure euro for Blind. Hlcodlns , Itclii
RiidUlceiatcd Piles has been discovered b
Dr. Williams , ( an Indian remedy ) , called 1)
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment. A slug Ibex I
box has cuied the worst chronic cases of 2-Vc
SO years standing. No nuo need suiter liv
minutes after applying this wondei fill sootl
In ? medicine. Lotions ! ami Instruments il
more harm than good. Williams' India
Pile Ointment absorbs the turning , allays tli
intense itching , ( particularly at nleht afti
pettiii' ' warm In bed ) , nets as a poultice , clvi
Instant lelief , ami is prepared only for Pile.
Itchinu' of private parts , and for nothing olsi
SKIN' DISI3AHKS CUHIOI ) .
Dr. Krazlcr'tt Mairic Ointment cures as b
ma lc , Pimplus , lilack Heads or Oiub
Blotches and Eruptions on the face , Icaviu
the bKiu clear and beautiful. Also cures Itcl
Salt Ul'cum , Here Nipples , Sort ! Lips , tin
Old ObstiiiHte UlceM. .
, Sold oy druggists , or mailed on receipt' <
o 50 ran to.
lla Itetallcd by Kulm A Co. , and Schroeter ,
a Conrad. At wholesale by C. F. Ciuuduuu.
of Ills Views.
Chicago Ledger ; " 1 tell 3-011 how It
was with mo , Mrs. Hlodgott , " said the
dressy neighbor. "When 1 go to church
and gel all worked up and ngit.itcd over
what a desperate set wo are , 1 fcol voxcd
and put out to think what a shanio it was
that Eve didn't mind her own business
and not bring such heaps of trouble upon
us ; but when I put on a now dress that
fits me so Ulcc I can't find a particle of
fauH Vrith it , anil a hat that makes every
woman I meet feel as though she hadn't '
a friend in Iho world , then 1 own up that
1 do feel downright glad she was loud of
fruit , and 1 can't help it. "
lie Wasn't a Mcnr ,
Diffident lover "I know that I nm a
perfect boar in my manner. "
She "Shcop , you mean ; boars hug
people you do nothing but bleat. "
A writer in Nature gives an instnncn of
remarkable adaptation in elephants. He
observed a young one go to u fence ami
pull out a bamboo stick , which ho broke
In pieces , but ho throw all the pieces
away. This ho repeated till no found a
piece that suited biro. This he passed
under his arm-pit nnd began to scratch.
Down fell a great elephant leech , six
inches long , and which without a scraper
could not buyo been dislodged , The
writer adds that the custom is an estab
lished one among elephants. They will
ulso break oil' bushes , strip them nearly
down , and use thorn to wipe away Hies.
- CAPITAL PRIZE , $75,000
Tickets only $ j. Slinros in Proportion.
LOUISIAM STATE LOTTERY COMPANY ,
( , 'Woilo hcinbvcortlty Hint no supuiviso tlio
t'iiNidr all the Mmillilv nml l.hmiU'rly
of Tlio Iioulslima Pinto Iioltcrv
CYmipnny itnil in wixnn intmuKO nml control
llio lia\\limstlieniseltt ) > s.iinil 'lint Ihcsiimo nro
romlucU'il with honesty , fulrnoss nml In prooil
faith towiinl nil inutics , tuiilu mtthnvl7o the
Cotnpnnyto u o tiilicortlflpnto. with fnolmlloj
ol our Blinmturcn uttnchoJ hi Us lulvnrtiamoiit
We , tlio undorslfrncd Hunks nnd Ilnnltors. will
my nil I'il7i8 iltiuvn In Tlio IiOiilslunn Stnto liot-
Giles ft hlcli niuy bu presented nt our counters
j. if. or.Lr.siu- ,
Fres. Louisiana National Bank.
j. w. uiMiiiirrir ,
Ps. . tate National B ani
A. IIAMMVI N.
Pres. Hew Orlean National Bank.
Incorporated In 1S88 for 25 yonrs by the Iol9-
mmvlor Uaucittiuii.il and Cliurltalilu purposes
with u citpitnl ot Sl.OOO.OOU lo wlilcli u reserve
fund ot over $ o50lUU ) lias sliico boon nddcd.
IJy nn < n on > helming : iiopular vote Its Iranoblsa
wnsinndonpnrt or tlio present Stale Constitution
adopted DecomDor-'d. A. D.JtCU.
Tlio onlv Idttory over voted on and endorsed
by the nioiilo of uny Btnto.
It never scales or postpones.
Ileiriantl i-liiRlo number drawings take placa
nioiitlily , and the extraordinary draw-laps roffti-
aiU o\fiy thrx'O months Instead ol1 st.nl-iiium
illy us ncH.'Ioloi o , ucitlnnliiK March. 1KSO.
A Sl'LK.VIlIU Ol'I'OIVrUNtTr TO WIN A FOHTUNn.
Ill G mud Urawlnff , Class K , In tlio Academy of
Music. Now Orleans , Tuesday , May lltti , 1333
D-'d Monthly Drawinir.
OAPITAL PRIZE $75,009.
lOO.lU ) Tickets ntKlvo Dollars lincli. FinctloiM
in Tilths , In I'loiHHtlon.
LIST or Piu/es :
ICAl'ITAL I'ltlZU $7 : > , iWT
1 do do un.ixw
1 do do ioi > o
EI'KIZUrf OF . . . . $1OT ( ) M.IXW
r > do 2,000 10,000
10 do 1,000 ] 0tWj
20 do MO lll.OOJ
100 do 200 BO ,000
300 do 100 : , OJ3
f > 00 do CO
10UO do 23 alwj
9 Approximation I'tl/cs of $7W ) 0.75U
I ) do do HOO 4.5UO
9 do do 2oO Z M
IWlTPrl/es. nmounlltiff to S-'GS.VU
Apjillcutlon for rates to clubs Mionld bo tando
only to the odlco of the company In Now Or
can : .
For fin llior Information write clearly , einti ! ?
Mllnddn-ss. I'OSTAIi NOTES , Express Money
) rdors , or Now York UxchaiiKO in ordinary lot-
or. currency by c-xurcss ut our u.\pc'iiso ud
M. A. DAUPHIN ,
N uw Orleans , Liv
Or M. A.DAUPHIN ,
Wellington , D. C.
Mnko P. O. Money Orders payable and address
rcjrlslcrod letters to
NEW OUbKANS NATIONAL HANK ,
Now Orleans , La.
Or M O'lTENS & CO. , IWSFuinam fli.OmuUn
IS DKCIDBD HV
Royal Havana Lottery
( A QOVEIINMKNT I.NbTIIUTlON )
Drawn nt Hiivaiiii.Cubu , May 1,15,20 , 1SSO
( A OOVCUNtlBM' JtiVrilllTION ;
TICKETS IN FILTHS.
Wholes ? ! i.OO. Fractions L'ro ruta.
IOiclB in Fifths : Whol'js fa ; Fractions p er
Subject to no manipulation , not cnntrollnd by
the nartios In Interest. It is the fairest thins In
the nature of clmnco in cxiutcnoo.
For tickets apply to BIlll'.SKV & CJ.lSWIIroal-
way.N. Y. Clly : M. Ol'IENS & CO. . 019 Malu
Btreot Kansas City. Bio.
WHO II UNCO MINTED WITH THE OCOODiPHr OF THII
COUNTRY WILL 4EE BV [ XAMININQ THIS MAP THAT THE
CHI CtCO , ROCK ISL4HD 8 PACIFIC RilLWfiV
liv roaion ot In centnl iwiltlon and clotn relation to
ull principal lines t. t and Went , at Initial and lir-
mlnitl PUUUH. cuiutlliit * the inu.t jmpoitrnt mlil
continental link In tlmt pyslein ut lliroutrli trAni * > n
tatlou which In * lie * fuxl rucllltatei trutl anil truflle
tiotwotiii clue * uf tti AtUntlo uud 1'acUlc Coniti. It
IK aliu the favorite and beHt routw to and from polnta
ICaxt. Northeast Mild Soutlieait , end rurienponLllnK
fuiiiU Woit , Nurtbwnil and BuiitUovit.
The Croat Rook Island Route
Ouarantoea Iu patron * that of | > fron ! > rcu *
rltv oilordfld tiy u aolld. thorouKhlr tiullaFttd road.
l > oj , fiiuootij trocka ut cuntiiiuuui'ilnjj roll , fcub taa.
tuny tjiitlt culvert * and bildjros , lolling iilooU uvinar
| ) rfectlon tta Jiumati frl.llt can inuke It , tliv mitptff
iniplliuicm of patent buircra.plutfnrinn and ulr bmkr * .
nil that * Llln dl etpllnii utiltU Kovmin the prac-
t < * ! oi ratlou of nil 111 tiidni Ollur > l-wl IU. < of
-lili route ale Trnnfyr at all ccnuixlliii ; i.olutl Iu
Uulon Uenotf , And tltu uiiFiirpaiiatMl cviufurts lUJd
luxtirlonuf lt Piui nutn * Kqulj > ni 'it ,
7un liut Eipr > Tialnv between nnn nd
I eorla.Council Hiufrn. Kana&6 Oitjr. learnt Mil and
At blnuii are ci > iu | > i fil uf Kill v ntlUilil ilmly u\r \
lii > l t rtd Day Uoai-lien HaKnlllcuil 1-ulluia.li I'aUce
Mcen-rfof | th0 latt-i ( dp l u , and fcuniiui > u liltiliiic
Cur * . In vrlilch fUltoiatrly t-ookv < l lut-alu at. ' lJ uiely
tutcn. KntwecnC'lilraea anil Kuimant.'lly anil Atchlsoo
me aliu tuu Ike Uvlebrated lleillnlnKCUalr Curt.
The Famous Albert Lea Route
la tlio direct and favorite line hctwuui Chlc&fro and
MlniieaH | > lliandBt Paul , where < onni < Honiaraniado
la Ltiiioii DtiiuUfur all pnlnu la the Ocrrltoiln and
Mrltlali . . . , . . 1'iovlncei Over lull rtmta Fait Kspux
< > aiu run to t10 | , ! , , 1 , jOart-j , tuinmir iv
orU , plctniei'iuti locAlltlei ami bnnllni ; ami lUuloR
KiuuniUuf loxa ami > ! lnni ola. It In uUo the iuo t
route to tlio rlcli b < at llcld < uud uattorul
laudu of Interior l
btlll another 1)111 KIT LINK. rla Smite and K n-
Itakee , Ink been oponuO U-twt.n cincuuiatl. Indian-
apaiu and Lafayette and Council Illuffc , KantaiCltj.
atiuneafjolli and bi. 1'aul and Intermedia | K > liite
lor detailed Jnfannatlou &e > lap antl > Vlder9.
obtainable , at well aa lltUctl , at all principal Ticket
Olnittft lu itio Uultvd tUaUta uud ULUi by ad-
R. R. CABLE , C. ST. JOHH ,
n't * Ocn'l U'tTr , Otn'l T'U ft fat. t. ft ,
' ° 'COUGHSCROUP.
The swocl Riim , nt Entliorcvl from n IreO of UiO
Unnm immn , irrni * IIIR iiloni ! tlio nniull mrmnis In
llio Mnnlhorn Mitten , conlnliK n Humiliating ox *
pectorantjinnilplo Unit locneni tlio phlrRtn pro-
iluclntr tlio catljr iiuiriiliit coiiKli. ami MUnulates
llic chllil to tlirowoiTtlii' fnl n incinlirnno In croup
ml uhooplniMOtiKli.Mienoauililnoilwltli tno
boallliK iiiiiclliiKlnoii prlnrlplii In tlin mullein
plant of the ol3 lloltli , proccnts In TAYI oil's
ClIUIUlKrt : 1IKMKIIY IIP h SBT HUM AM > MUb-
lKiNlliilliiL'Ktl.iicmnrpmcrtrlorConiih5.Crotip ! , >
l.-illo nnr child M picu"o > Ut take IU A k Tour
niinraiKthirlt. 1'rlroltftr. nil 1.OO.
1VA1.TK" ? A.TAVf.OK.AtI ntn.Gn.
For Milo by tlio II. T. Cliirlco'DtUR Co. , nnd oil i
Onf production * are the
In them Every Objection to ready-'mcda
hoe > is removed. The BUCCCU ot enc * '
attained by our coodi wherever IntroducMf .
ii becauie they ore rlove-fittlnc. 'e * 5U
in ityle and finish , of the flneit moterlrt * > i
nd workman > hlp , andimoderate in prte *
The horrort of tjre klnc-lo r i4t
they are comfortable from tha
1209 Fan Street ,
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1209 Faruaui Street. " j
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< J4 lirr * * I
1201) ) Farnam Street ; ,
JpT' ' , *
? T - >
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1209 Fnrimm Street.
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\ 12)9 ( ) Farnam Street.
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1209 Farnam Street.
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1'09 Farnam Street.
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1209 Farnam Street " \
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1209 Furiiam Street.
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1209 Farnam Street.
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1209 Earnam Street.
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120 ! ) Farnam Street. I '
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Nebraska National Bank
Paid up Capital . $200 , ooqf
Suplus May 1 , 1885 . 26 ,000f
U. W. VATKS , President.
A. K. TOU/.ALIN , Vice Prcsldont
\V. II. S. 110GUE3 ,
\V. V. MOi3B ! , jOIIK S. COLLIK8 ,
H.V. . YA-I ES , LEWIS B. UKUU ,
A. B. TOUKAUK ,
BANKING OFFICE. .
THE IRON BANK
1 Cor , 12ib and FarnamStraeta.
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