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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY , DECEMBER 23 , 388(1 (
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITY ,
.A Drunken Husband Forges His Wife'o
Name for lorty Oents.
CHANGING THE CITY CHARTER.
I'rlneo DcnoiincRt Morgan Compctl-
torn at ( 'rolgliton Undo Sam's
Jurors Court Notes Amuse
ments Otlior Local Nc\vs.
Korgeil IHi Wife's N'ninr.
The Nebraska Huinnnu society , that
tuiiipunccfl among iu objects tlio protec
tion of women nnd children , cnn iinil a
case worty of their investigation at tlio
corner of Eleventh nml Davenport
streets , In ono of the frame lints al this
corner lives James Mornn.onu of tlio best
known of tlio many bums anil wife
heaters of tlio citv. Moran is a carpenter
by trade , and capable of earning tin ex-
ctllent living for his family. For tlie past
year , however , ho has not performed an
hour's honest labor , and depends for his
support upon the earnings of his wife.
a little , puny , sickly woman who docs not
appear able to more than walk. She lias
been forced to earn a living for herself
and drunken husband by-doing washing.
Her husband has taken a share of her
earnings from her with regularity and
spent it for drink. He has even gone so
far sis to pawn or sell all of the spurn fur
niture , which tlio woman had purchased
with her earnings , until thorn is scarcely
an at tide of use left In the. house. The
climax of Moran's meanness was reached
ti day or two ago when he forged hia
wife's name to an order for -10 cents. This
he preaentud to a lady for whnm his
wife had promised to do some work. Ho
secured tlio money and spent it for drink.
When his wife performed the work and
neked for her pay , with which
to purchase her supper she was
met by a presentation of her
brutal husband's forged order. True to
her instincts she confessed to having
written the order , said she had forfotten
it , thus shielding her husband while she
went homo and to bed snppcrless. These
facts have been made known to residents
of the vicinity who propose to apply a
remedy unless a speedy reform is noticed
in Moran's manner of living.
IMllNCK DENOUNCES BIOKOAN.
Ilu TcllH n Few l-'ncis About I lie Has
Mrs. John S. Prince , wife of the bicy
cle rider , yesterday received a telegram
from her husband saying that he ex
pected to be home that night. But up tea
a late hour he had not returned. Certain
it is that he will not enter the Minneapo
The following strong loiter whieli
Prince wrote to the editor of the Tribune
will be read by that gentleman's friends
here with no little interest :
To tlio Sporting Editor of the Tribune :
Dear Sir : You will please pardon mo for
asking you oneo more for space in your bicy
cle column to answer Mr. J. W. Morgan's
dirty nnd untruthful article which appeared
In your columns yesterday. Jio pays his
backer wanted to accept my challenge of Sat
urday's Issue , where 1 stated that I could
beat any record that Kck or lie ( Morgan ) had
made In the rink. Itls untrue. Ills hacker
would not accept mv challenge ; for when I
nut my money nn. Mr. Kck stopped me , and
snld : "You must do it without pacemakers. "
Now every man who is posted en making
blcyclo records knowH that it is allowed for
the rider to have all the pacemakers he
wants ; and Mr. Kck nor Morgan cannot tell
me of hardly ono record out ot twenty Hint
has. ever been made without pacemakers.
When they made their records they
had pacemakers , and why should I
beat , them without pacemakers' . ' It
Is very baby talk on the part of .Morgan and
his backer. Then he says that Schock put
un SUM ) to mnko a match with mo for 81,000 a
Hide , which is another mistake , as Mr. Schock
never put una cent. But if he ( School : ) or
Morgan will cover my money I will put
Sl.OOl ) right up to-dav. In the hands of this
paper , that lean beat cither of them at any
kind of a race they wish tu name. Ho says
ho don't think ho will take any more not ice
of auytlilnu' 1 might say. Well , I think that
is where ho in right , for once , because ho
Icnowp If over ho does meet mo In a race
H will be tor blued , and that is just where ho
Is afraid of mu. I lepeat my challenge usatn
to the cITcct that 1 can beat any reeoid that
cither Mentaii or Kck has made in the rink ,
lorany amount they wish to hot. Morgan
Hays 1 had butter go back to Omaha and hide
my head In a barrel. Well , 1 would civo
him a friendly pointer there , that ho had
butter keep away from Omaha , unless lie is
prepaid ! to mnko things satisfactory that iio
left unsatisfactory when lie wa.s
there lust time. Xow , 1 will
say again , that 1 will betSl.OOO to-day that 1
ean beat the winner ol this race or the record
he may make ; and If I itnnnot make this bait
of wind ( Morgan ) put up his big blurt 81,1)00 )
that ho talks HO miii-h of , 1 will leave this
city on Tuesday or Wednosdaj , satisfied that
this Is only a hippodrome race between Mor
gan and Schock for gate money and not a
championship rnco tor jf-J.&Ot ) , as advertised ,
and I don't think there Is stake money
miouuli up on this nice to pay for the print
ing ; and , from what 1 have heard around
town , 1 think thn people of Minneapolis ar
thinklnv tlm same thing. Hoping ( hat thli
will satisfy my many friends in this city that
1 am doing justice to myself and them In ex
posing tills big i' Mj championship hippo
drome , I am Bespeotfiilly yours ,
JOHN S , Pm.s'rn ,
Champion loiijj-dlstanco bicyclist of America.
s KCTioy nr B HOT ION.
Tlie Charier Amorulmrnt Committee
fining Over Their Work.
Thu gentlemen who have undertaken
to revise the city's charter have begun to
grow weary of their good work whieli
has occupied most of their time for the
past mouth , and it wits not until. ) o'clock
yesterday afternoon that a majority of
the members of the committee met at the
board of t ratio rooms , Chairman Barton
was absent nnd his place fillnd by Coun
cilman Uechel. The other gentleman
who were m-esont were Messrs. Leo ,
Dalley.Murphy , Crelghton , Kvans.Smvth.
Lininger , Uoisowutor , Council , Chase and
Poppleton. City Attorney Connull had
the articles of the charter written out as
they had been amended at the former
meetings of tliu committed and said he
would read the charter section by section
for tlio approval of the committee.
The amended charter will be
prc.ti tiled to the legislature in
the form of a bill incorporating
cities of the metropolitan class. The title
of the proposed measure and the Intro
ductory clauses were agreed upon nnd
adopted , The first hitch came upon tlio
provision allowing Hut council to estab
lish the corporate limits of tlm city to
ittiihruru not more than twenty-live square
miles , with the power toiond < the
limits one-half mile in tiny direction for
OVCT.V increase of CO.OOO in population.
Mr Popploton thought that the city
should have a greater urea. The twenty-
live- square miles will extend north to the
barracks , west to tlie Catlioliu cemetery ,
and south to the north line ot South
Omaha , Mr , Poppleton said this was not
enough. He held that nil of the outside
property that is directly benelitted by the
city N improvements should be made to
lu Ip In bearing the city's expenses. After
soujo discussion the section was amended
"to make- the city limits eiiDraeu ) thirty
Hiiarc | miles , with power to extend one
mile in any direction when the popula
tion shall inciraso 20,000. ,
'I he question of increasing the number
of coutu'ilmon to represent the Increased ,
territory that is to be embraced mulct
the amended charter occupied considera
ble tihiu from the committee. Jt was
finally decided to limit the
number of wards to ten to
b increased as the city limits are
il. The manner nnd time ol
chicling aldermen was also con *
sidcrcHjit Icngtli. It was agreed
thai the first city election tinder the new
charter shall be held on the llrst Tuesday
in April , 1 87. Thn second will bo held
on. the lirsl Tuesday in December ,
ISSii , nnd every two years thereafter
J'he councllmcn elected next spring will
servo until the second Tuesday in Janu
ary , 18110.
The question of polling hours nnd poll'
in < : places was discussed. Mr. Smythc
wanted it made a requirement that nti
polling plnco shall bo within 100 feel
of a saloon. Ho also asked for
more emphatic provisions for the enforce-
tncnt of law requiring saloons to be
closetl up on election day. Mr. Popple-
ton thought that the matter should not
bo meddled with.by the committee , as it
wits Intended , he understood , to adopt a
radical election law for state and county
elections. The section was amended tc
make the city elections subject to the
law regulating state anil nounty elections.
Suction 11 , regarding the ollicer.s of tin1
city and the manner of their election was
nmondcd so as to drop the city auditor
from tlie list of oflicurs to be chosen by
a vote of the people. It was the opinion
of the committee that n more capable
auditor can be secured by appointment
than by election.
Section 18 was amended to prohibit.iny
city ofllecr from signing any bond exe
cuted to iJie city.
The various paragraphs of section lil
relative to the power. " of the council were
taken up na already amended and
grouped under their proper heads.
The committee will continue their work
at 2 o'clock to-day.
The KcHtilt ol' tlie Kouulnr Monthly
The regular monthly competition tooli
place at the Croighton college hall with
the following excellent programme
Song , "J'he Lorcly , " by the select choir :
recitation , "Pictures of Memory , " by M.
J. ttytin ; tccitation , "Calling n Boy in
the Morning , " by D. O'Xeill ; recitation ,
"St. Nicholas , " by Clarence Furay ; reci
tation , "Blue unit the Gray. " by Emmet
McCreary ; recitation , "Spartans to the
Roman Envoys , " by 11. Cotter ; recita
tion , "I'eroration of Emmet's Speech , "
by William Doran ; song , "There's Music
in the Air , " by S'jleet choir.
Medals of excellence were awarded to
the following students : Patrick Burke ,
Joseph McCarthy , Henry Lcary , James
Leahey , Hiarlos Bankcs and Lcsmui
The following students received
seventy-five notes aud over :
Patrick mirke 100 William Clark SI
.1. H. Knray W Liza Conklln VI
I-M. Smith m Cut Cooper. in
Will Doran 87 Frank Oallaslier. . M
Joseph O'Uornmn. 7.1 Henry Gulhwher. . RS
( iuorge Marccr. . . . OT William Gardiner. SS
Joseph McCnrvllle i Sum Grace ! I7
Michael AfcCireivy. &U Krt. llawley 7H
Uernanl Hollo. . . , Kt MauriceHlnehey. . S
Will Qulnlan 7U Henry l.earv IOC
Hurry Town 75 KmmettMcUreary. fcS
Harry Cotter 75 Martin McEvoy. . . Rfl
Kreil. Lollonne. . . . 75 .lolm McOratn 8fl
Thomas Uvnmn. . . W > Frank MetJucUen. 07
JamesAlcCartliy..ltiO JosephJsron.iRlian. 90
Thomns Mclilvern'Jl Daniel Mtitr.m !
Patrick ilcCovern 8H .loseph O'Urlon..lOfl
PhllMcMillan. . . . ! U KobcrtRt-eil 01
KuionoNoon ICO Horatio Seward. . . DC
Michael O'Connor' ' Joseph Smith ion
.loan O'Nelll ! S K. Snyiler 01
Kichard Purccll. . . US Thomas Swift a1.
John Barrett ttJ Harry Walsh 87
John U. Drown. . . 5)0 ) Stephen Bowes. . . . H7
Thomas Unrke. . . 'M Patrick Bolan HI
KmiiiL-tCavanaiiKh S Kmil Uavlrt W
Jnu. Uantromont..8L Jonas Font 07
Clarence Furay.H KU. W. Field 8.1
Krt. Forst. TU .Ino. Fllnn W
Clias. Unrrey 81 Frank Ilonfek 81
Jno. ( tleasun 82 Joe llobrecht 7t
Fred. Kinsey 77 Anthony Hie3.s..8i :
JamesLeoliey 07 Nelson Mercer Ml
Kttstaco l.ovctt 111 Thomas Mitritliv..M
Frank l.ovutt IK ) Jno. Mulick M
Kd. hyiiinn 77 Lawrence l > rouIx..OS
Dennis Maher 85 Oswald Itoonuy 8.1
Win. Moiiaylian..Ul James lieed SKI
Joseph MoiiKan Ofl le\vls Thomas 80
Con Murphy 00 Willie Wnddell. . .Ml
Jos. NOCK 70 Kesneur Bedford.M (
Krt. O'Brien 76 Daniel Hinchoy..7.1
Kd. O'Connor 77 Albert Johnson..S. :
Harrj' Perkins 01 Thomas Kelly SI
Win. Heed 03 Charles Murray..77
Frank lieilly 75 Hnrry Pilfresne 7r
Luonarrt Snhelbaid.70 Mlchu-l J. Ityan . . .W
Bernard AVittis. . . . " ! Andrew. ! . Smith..SS
David Wycoir 8S Charles Scliuli HO
Clias. Bankes 00 Willie Wallate bl
Clms. Beaten S > 8 Walter Carlin 77
Jerry Clitton S ! Kd. Foley Si
The president complimented the student
on the high average attained in the the dif
ferent classes and exhorted them to continue
to improve , wished them the ereetmi : of tin
season and adjourned for the holiday season.
UXCMS HiYai'S Jl.'UOItS.
Tim Men Who'll SITVO the Federal
Court at Li in col n.
The following are the grand and petit
jurors drawn yesterday to servo at the
January term of the United States courl
in Lincoln , eommencing January-I :
( Jr.tnd Jury Kdjrar Itcvnolds , of Klli
Creek : J. II. Craddoek , of Lincoln ; F. f ,
Koss , Crete ; ( . ! . U Sti'hblns Pawnee City ; F ,
M , Plum , KivertonV. ; . M. Irwln , Alma : M.
iuiMiiu jiiu ; .1 , i > uiiu\Y.i , ruiuv ; i-iu .11111-
liy , Sclniyler ; Nathan Bhikeloy. Beatrice ;
\Vnrren Fales , Peuder ; C. H. Chains ,
Ulyssi-s ; Uleo Katon , Kcurney : T. C. Patterson -
son , North Pint to ; John C. Spieclior , Scliuy-
lur : C. H. Judd , bchii.vler ; Dan Condon. Cel <
umbus ; W. F. Goodwill , North Platte.
1'etlt Jurors ChilhtODher Wooer , Lowell ;
William Knsoy , Lincoln ; H. B. Vail , Lin
coin ; John M. Borland. Stoillng ; K. L.Vi | .
her , CovliiKtou ; S. P. Bobiiihon , Brock ; JJ ,
D. Beilln , I.uinlon.lM'ili ; ) ) Jlollmnn , D.ikotn
City ; A. C. Wilson , Venas ; 0 , P. Turner ,
Lincoln ; Course S. Berliand , Omaha , Calvin
( i , Siu.i ; iie. Minden ; A. P. Sheplmrd , Fre
mont ; Kd Peterson , Axtell ; Thouuis Ottis ,
HtimiliieyJ. | ; II. Dundas. Dunbir ; Willlain
M. Thurston.Colninljim : C. S. ( iaskell. Alma ;
Boss ( ionlsby , Falls Clio ; J. P. Crotlier ,
Ncmaha City ; C. J. Duff , Nebraska Citv ; W ,
N. Bldinrdson , Bed Cloud ; U , L. Diiy , Suner
lor ; Wr. W. Croniinll , Anlmrn ; llcruert Wil
son , Auburn : W. llniitinirer. Ouiaiia : J. C. .
MoArdlo. Omnlia ; Paul IVtcisun. Omaha ;
llcrueit It. Howe , Down ; J. T. Wray. Cul
liertson ; Hiiith McCalVery , Omnlia : William
Mast. Falls Citv ; KdgarKi'ynnliK Teeumseli
Jolm Jack. Dorehester ; B. F. Hustings
Crete ; A. Bradley. Blair.
" . \NOTHNK STOKV. "
Tito 1'roDrlotorri of the Arcade Will
le p in Fashion.
The additional story fever has iiltiiekei
the proprietors of the Art-ado hotel. Las !
spring Messrs. Casey & Campbell , thf
proprietor ! ! , attempted to satisfy tlio do
mauds of an increasing patronage. In
erecting u live story addition in the real
of the hotel and thoroughly refurnishing
and relating the hostlery. Tins gave tin
proprietors ninety-live rooms for tlie ae
eommodatlon of their guests , but even
( Ills number has been found inadequate ,
and still further improvements have been
decided upon. Early in the soring worli
will lie commenced uiion tlie cons-true
tion of two additional stories over the
main part of the hotel , making an addi
tion of about seventy rooms. The oilici
will be enlarged and an elevator placed
where the cheek room is now located
Tnuse improvements will make , the Arcade -
cado one of the largest und be ? } , ap
pointed botch In thu .city , .
A Deserted. Husband ,
hi the district court yesterdayI.Clutc
Hiirdicko , commenced suit.for a divorce
from Jiis wife , Mary .D. jiurdicko , tc
Tenn. , in 1883
I'm In nnera InrdaPvo. F \ \
ODDS AND I3NDS.
Slrny Iieaves I'roin the nejiortcra
The display of Christmas gifts In the
windows of the various stores of the city
lias been larger and finer this year than
over before. Some of the windows of the
cstablishmcls which make a specially of
these goods , represent an outlay of hun
dreds even thousands of dollars. Busi
ness men say that notwithstanding the
hard times , the present holiday t radii has
been the lamest ever known in this city.
"On the whole , " said a travelling man
to a reporter as the two were silting in
Milliud rotunda the other night , "Omaha
has , I think , the best hotels of any city
of Its si/.o or anything like
Its size thai I have over vis
ited. \ on have nothing bore ,
to bo sure , that will compare with the
Hyan in St. Paul or the West in Min
neapolis in point of sixe or magnificence ,
and yet I am just as well treated , as well
fed In your Omaha hotels , as 1 am in
cither of the two inns that 1 have men
tioned. 1 suppose your new Joslyn hotel
will ce.hpse anything you have Hero at
present , and increase tlio reputation of
your place as a good hotel town. Make
money ? Of course it will. Every hotel
in the city , wliellict it belongs to the first.
second or third class , is making money.1
The tramps and unfortunates who apply
at the police station for : \ night's lodging
tire soul to the Cuming street jail. The
number varies from one to ten
according to tlie state of the
weather , the sight of tlie cold
wave signal always increasing tlio
number of applicants. Most of
them are strangers and Jailor Al Sig-
wart uses a little artilico in getting them
started. Hn writes an order to the Cum
ing street jailer and then directs them to
go north on Sixteenth street ten blocks
anil inquire for the Cuming street jail.
1 his gets Sitrwart out till right , but makes
it uncomfortable for the man who directs
the applicant to go six blocks west after
ho reaches Cuming street.
The question of regttlnlinir the houses
of prostitution was discussed at some
length by tlie committee on charter
amendments yesterday. Mr. Poppleton
wasin favor , no said , of leaving out all
reference to the matter in the city char
ter. ft was one of the saddest , most for
lorn spectacles ho over witnessed to see
three or four policemen taking u woman
through the streets to the police station
to make her give up tlio carninjrs of her
sin to the city's treasury , ile would
much rather sue the business licensed
outright if it could not be broken up.
Of Interest to Piscatorial tats ,
Senator Van Wyck has received n com
munication from lion. S. F. Baird ,
United States commissioner of fish and
fisheries , whieli shows that some Ne
braska people have been misled into ap
plying for blanks to secure fish from : v
source unauthorized by the commissioner.
In order _ that the mistake may not occur
again Mr. Van Wyck has agreed to per
sonally secure the proper blanks for per
sons desiring fish if they will write to
him for them. The following is Commis
sioner Baird 's communication :
WASIIIXOTOX , Dec. 17. Dear Sir : Carp
applications just received from two of your
constituents , and indorsed by you , were written -
ton upon blanks not Issued from this com
mission. Numerous copies of the unauthor
ized blank have reached this otlico from dif
ferent states anrt territories. In some In
stances it appears that persons have paid
money to tlm "U. S. Fisli Co. . " which receives
mall at Columbus , O. , in consideration of re
ceiving such a blank or some other printed
matter relatinz to the subject.
The U. S. Kish commission furnishes , free
of expense to all persons wishing to apply
forearp , aLblank of application ; anil It also
sends icratlMoiisly wpersons cent mpla'tini ;
carp culttiff ; ' who make their desires known ,
all information with reference to this in
dustry which seems to bu required.
Only persons ignorant of these fncls can
be supposed to purchase the unnuthori/.cd
blanks. Tim similarity of "U. S. Fish Co. "
to U. S. Fibli commission lias doubtless led
many persons to suppo.se .them identical.
Jt has therefore been deemed proper to dis
tinctly disclaim all connection with the "U.
S. I'ish Co. , " and to suugest that you advise
persons in your section ot the country 'Who
may be in need of blanks or inlormatlon , to
apply directly to the Fish Commission , ad
dressing their correspondence in all cases to
Washington ; D. C. Yours truly ,
S. F. BAiiti ) . Commissioner.
To Hon. C. H. Van Wyck , United States
bunnte , Washington , D. C.
"Itedillo" ' ' .
at ttjo 1'eople'H.
Last night the elegant bill of "Neddie ,
the Child of the Wilderness , " nnd tlie
roaring farce of the "Limerick Boy" wore
given by the Vincent Comedy company
at the People's theatre. A large audience
was in attendance. The lirst piece is a
novelty here , but it was ono of the most
intensely enjoyed pieees which has ever
been produced at the People.s. The
play is of the style of "M'hss" and "Fogg's
Ferry. " tt breathes of lusty frontier
life , with pathos , sentiment , and strength
of molrq-drnmatic situation which is
wanting in botli of the uiecoa mentioned.
Kva Vincent assumed the title role ; and
her iictinir alternately occasioned both
smiles and tears. Her impersonation of
the character was a revolution , all the
iliore so because the lady had on the pro
ceeding night drawn tears from the aud
ience by her uetinj' in "Miss Multon , "
Mr. Bernard as belli Simmons , the arch
conspirator of the piece , rendered his
character with more than tlio traditional
force of a frontier villian. The other
characters were assumed by the talented
members of the company , nnd , in pass
ing it may bu said that the ladles at least ,
are among the prettiest vho have yet ap
peared at this theater. To-night "Lady
Audloy" will be present with its great
The closing performance of this play
was in Keeping of these whieli have al
ready been commended in the Mii : : . Like
those , too , it wns : i yrcat performance.
AViuit Them to Vacate.
Jn Justice Borku's court yesterday two
forcible entry and detainer suits were
commenced. The first was by Mrs ,
Pauline Dodge , who seeks to get posses
sion of her house in KounUe's addition ,
which is being wrongfully occupied by
Mrs. O'llearne. The second suit was
commenced by ,1. It. Swearinger , who
want * possession of hit ; house at UOU
Capitol iivenuu , that is now being occu
pied by a squatter who refuses to vacate
Superintendent Whitloek issued build
ing permits yesterday as follows :
Isaac I.uvi. three-story brick stiire ,
Thirteenth and Leavenwoith . sio,000
I. S , lliisiMll , tvio-story frame addition
to building , lftO ! South Thirteenth . . 1,000
J. S. llascall , t o-story brick store , 151'J
South Thirteenth . 4,000
Welshaiis , Pratt V llalnes. brick base-
iiinut under mill , Twentieth between
Pierce and I'opplctnn . 1,000
WfUhans. Pratt & llalnes , one-story
frame olllce , Twentieth near Pwrco. . MX )
ll\o permits , aggregating . Slo.vw
The bank elearanci's. yesterday were
Superintendent Dorranco returned yes
terday from a trip over the Union Pa-
t'ilio with tlio pay car.
The case of Ballon vs. Rollins , a suit
for commissions for the sale of real estate ,
i on trial before Judge \ \ akeley ,
The west bound Union Pacific over
land train was uvo hours hao la.-t even
ing , caused by tv delay on t'.us North-
License to wed was granted by Judge
MeCitlloeh yo-U > rduy to . IxjreiiKO Aitc/hl-
son and Miss Mi'iuio I--- I lender , both of
GHAY I'res , 1 eSr cf a'sttjft ttri p iii
THE YOLCAKPES OF IDAHO ,
The Nature anil Extent , of tlia Western
The Aspect of tliojUotintry AVIcnl In
Ilic Kxtrcmc StulUon Changes
In the licit /Umlfl / Myste
i _ .
The extraordinary volcanic eruptions
In Now/calami have given an impetus to
the study of such phenomena in our own
country and elsewhere , writes a Uoise
City ( Idaho ) correspondent of the San
Francisco Chronicle. Besides the tech
nical Interest which these outbreaks of
nature have aroused , the masses have
boon profoundly impressed by the pub
lished accounts of them , and the volcan
ic centers have been the subjects of a
much speculation In regard to the prolm-
billy of a similar eruption. Tire Role
basin , in the Yellowstone national park ,
bus been the main eauscof thtssolleitiulc.
Hero tlio physical conditions arc a coun
terpart of those nl the antipodes. Wo
have similar geysers and boiling springs ,
embryo craters and mud pots in all stages
of action and all the varied results of a
slow but long continued aqua-volcanic
disturbance. Whatever may be the
probability of a serious outburst in
this locality in the future , the evi
dence of past eruptions arc not
wanting some of these must have been
stupendous , for , gauged by the outpour
ing of volcanic innttcf , the late eruptions
in New /calami sink into significance ,
Within a radius of COO miles the evi
dences of severe convulsions of nature
are everywhere abundant , and extending
toward the west as far as the Sierra Nc-
vadas a volcanic strip may be seen , fol
lowing the natural declivity of the conti
nent , and , although of varying depth and
area , possessing the same igneous char
acteristics throughout. That these Hews
have proceeded from dillerent though
closely allied sources Is unquestioned ,
and that the Fire Hole basin has been the
cnntral and most active of these seems
The area of disturbances have been
proportionally large , am ! included the
surrounding bad lands , which mav be
said to have scarcely cooled. Hero "the
springs still retain their warmth , becom
ing occasionally agitated from below ,
and the variegated sroil. of soft volcanic
mud , is still under the inlluence of sub
terranean volcanic action. Tiifc bad lands
arc experiencing a steady and often a
sudden change , a lake sometimes mark
ing the spot where a hill stood the day
before , the whole haying apparently
sunk into tlio bowels "pf the earth and its
place filled by the subterranean waters.
Horse and rider have been engulfed while
pursuing their journey through this
region , and many of those who have
mysteriously disappeared have been
traced to the bad land.4 , where all sighs
were lost. The rcgiqp' about the head
waters of the Madison , Jefferson and
Wind rivers , in Montana and Wyoming ,
otters In addition , tlio most favorable
conditions of fosillizatfon , the amorph
ous strata being a primeval geological
This wonderland isitoo well known to
need any description here. Passing west
over tlio Rocky mnnntains. wo come
upon the headwater * ' ot the great Snake
river. Here , beyond , -tHe crranito axis of
the mam range , we ; chcountcc the same
volcanic conditions. ' "l rst as scattered
lava bowlders which gradually become
more numerous until they form a thin
lava sheet through which the streams
have cut their way deep into the country
rock. The overflow , however , is in
patches , until the great bend of Snake
river is reached. By a reference to the
map it will be seen that this bend begins
ar Eagle Rock , Idaho , and extends
through the southern part of that terri
tory as far as tlio mouth of Burnt river ,
in Oregon. Within this bend is the larg
est lava lield on the globe , known as the
great Snake river lava desert. Occupy
ing a surface area of over ton thousand
square miles , it covers the entire country
with a lava blanket varying in depth
from ten to one hundred feet. The re
gion , however , is not entirely desert , as
its name would imply , but on the con
trary largo portions are as diversified as
the fertile valleys of California. Several
rivers , which take their rise in the snow
capped Sawtooth range , course through
the country , into which they have cut
deep gorges , ami finally disappear from
view. These "lost rivers , " as they are
called , are the oases of the desert , and
after their disappearance they may be
heard rumbling beneath the lava' for
The general aspect of the country is
weird in the extreme. The lava rises to
tlie view , taking every conceivable form ,
the. fantastic in nature being here exem
plified without limit. Deep fissures in
tersect it at frequent intervals , anil many
of those that have been sounded are fath
omless. A falling bowlder can bo hoard
reverberating against the sides of tlie
chasm for a minute or more , and until
the sound dies away in the dcuths. Tills
fact lias led many to the local tissurc the
ory of the flow , and although several re
ports have been published claiming that
some of these fissures are still in action ,
they have not us yet been verified and
are perhaps groundless ,
Toward the foothills the flow has been
arrested , tlie lava if curved and lushed
into billows , upon which tlio wavelets
can bo scon witliremarkablodistinclncss.
Here one can draw a fanciful figure of
this molten sea us It once existed. Its
storm -lashed waves of lire rise in an end
less succession as far as the eye can reach ,
cre.slupon crest , its torn and twisted
bosom the sport of the furious tempest
raging above. An Atlantic storm In lire
could then bo seen and as now wo sit
ujion tliu hilltop wo have the picture
fninslixc'd in all its uuJul. grandeur and
tnry. T _
This lava upheaval overlays in a great
part a gravel deposit which is of the
same nature as the prrfee-nt bed of Snake
river. Tlio Oregon Snort Line railway
traverses the desert from American Falls
to Sho.shone , a distance of 100 miles , Tlio
engineer * have pierced t Jio lava for water ,
which has been oncouutrcd ) ; in tlio gravel
beneath at a depth ( if. from 150 to BOO
feet. Gold was discovered in tills gravel
when the wells worn VMink , ami the va
riety is much coarser vfifcu the flour gold
found in Snake river. There is little
doubt that this gravel , now so far be
neath tlio surface , will some day form the
basis of a profitable 'mining industry.
The dillictilty of prospecting the doposi'iK
has drawn attention from them , but the
theory that the Snal > e < river fold has
been leeched from this source , and the
easy railway communication , promises
an early development of this deep gravel
The lava desert is visited in tlio winter
season by copious bhowurs , which collect
in largo pools , but in tlie other seasons it
is dry and parched , Only the uardy sage
brush thrives the year around , but during
tun rainy period , ami until early spring ,
bullujo grass sproiis from the crevices ,
forming feed for the door , antelope , ami
other game , which driven from tlio snow-
bounu mountains of tliu north , hero liud
a secure retreat during the winter , Ju
fact the lava is then the sportsman's par
adise. The dikes and lodges form a con
venient shelter , and ono' can approach
the game walking for several rn'ilo through
circuitous lanes of lava. At every clearing - '
ing the game will bo found quietly brows
ing on the builiolojit biillulo grass aud sel
dom start at the mere sight of the hunt-
ON. ' Their docility is such that large
uumberti arc slain .without much effort
ialli * umfctl. I uunuun-i oii-
nnd for their hides alone. Still Hie num.
bcr of deer has not apparently decreased
the supply returning from the mountain
regions with the regularity of the soa-
To account for lhi outflow the crater
and lissnre theory have been advanced
with great persistency. It is agreed ,
however , that while the difl'ercnt flows
have occurred at different periods the
Snake river lava fields are compara
tively recent , overlaying chiefly the
Chainphiin epochs ; Other sections show ,
however , that the successive strata from
tlio middle tertiary or miocene have re
ceived their luva coating. From the
past , therefore , it seems that our own ago
must at Rome time see. a similar convul
sion , although the time will always be a
matter of conjecture.
TIM ELY GIFTS.
How to rtluko Chrtxtmnq Presents
Without Spending Much Money.
A handsome present for a young
mother is a baby basket. One especially
pretly is an oblong shape- mounted on a
stand , the whole gilded. It is lined with
yellow silk , covered with white Swi.-s
mull embroidered in yellow silk mar
guerites , the top finished with a flounce
edged with val lace , and ornamented
with loops of orange-colored ribbons ,
A pretty present , very easily made , is a
gridiron wall pocket. These are made
of tinseled wire aud run tluough with
satin ribbons in two or three tints of one
color , and lined with silk or satin over a
thin sheet of wadding. The broilers are
also made to form novel photograph
A tea cloth is embroidered all over
with apple blossoms , and these arc ex
quisitely beautiful , both the bloom and
foliage showing on" to excellent advan
tage in cither painting or embroidery.
Tin cushions in butterfly shape have
cardboard wings covered with satin and
painted. The body is made of a roll
covered with velvet , and the pins are
thrust through this part , the whole affair
being suspended by satin ribbon tied in a
largo bow where it passes over the nail.
Little gifts that can easily be made at
home are often the most acceptable pres
ents. A sensible gift in a bath blanket
made of a square of the best ironing-
blanket a.yard and a half wide. A bor
der is o nbroidercd around it und corner
pieces in three corners , tlie fourth con
taining the monogram.
Wooden , satin-covered or celluloid
hand-glasses are painted with flowers
and the owner's name.
A serviette ring can be very tastefully
made and form an attractive present.
Take for the foundation a piece of card
board , cut six and a half inches lonp ami
one and a half inches wide. Sew into a
circle aud cover with a band of em
broidered velvet and line with gold-
There are many pretty ornamental
shades made on wire foundations which
can bo purchased at almost any lamp
store. One is made yellow gauze cut in
scalloped flounces which arc embroidered ,
three of these flounces bciti" enough to
cover the frame , with a full double nich
ing around the top , and a bow of corded
ribbon at 'the side.
For a handkerchief sachet , take a piece
of pale blue satin , ten incites wide and
sixteen inches long. Enibroider , paint ,
or applique flowers , initials or a mono-
cram in plush or beaded effects , the em
broidery of Bilk or chenille , and line the
piece with quilted yellow satin. Before
quilting , tlie wadding should be sprinkled
with yellow powder. After the lining
and outside are put together , it is folded
in book shape , and edged all round with
gold and blue silk cord. Ono corner is
turned back to show the quilting , and
the other three are ornamented with
bows of ribbon. Sachets of this kind are
pretty made of plush lined with quilted
silk , are easily and quickly made and
form a very acceptable present.
A newspaper nolder is made of gold
canvas , worked in red , olive , blue and
brown silks , edged with multicolored
balls , hnng on a brass banner rou. after
joining the two ends , and suspended to
the wall by silk cords and tassels. It
may be lined with sik } or sateen and con
sists of a straight stripe forty inches long
anil thirteen inches wide.
Personal Paragraph * * .
W. T. Swift and wife of Lcadville are
in the city.
II. M. Warnig. of Lincoln , railroad con
ductor , is at the Paxton.
Captain F. A. Whitncv of the Eighth
Infantry , Cheyenne , is at the Paxton.
C. B. Holmes , the western representa
tive of the New York Hotel Gazette , is
at the Miliard.
K. B. Mower , of Cedar Rapids , fa. , a
member of the commission firm of Mower
& Huston , is at the Metropolitan.
At the Metropolitan C. R. Watson ,
Herman ; W. K. Howoll. North 1'latto ;
John Moreland , Denver .Junction ,
Mr , J. L. Livesey lias gone east to
spend the holidays.
H. II. floivlaml has resigned his posi
tion as night clerk at the Canfield to ac
cept a similar position at the Mer
At tlio Miliard John Wilson , Teeum-
soli ; Claudius Jones. Seward ; R. T.
McOrew , Holdrego ; Alex ; Bentley , Red
Cloud ; W. C. Lane , Ciilmorc.
At the Mori-hunts John 1. Nosbitr , A.
1) . Bnckworth. North I'lalto ; R. B. 1'rcs-
son. Lincoln ; 1) . A. Hopkins , North Bond ;
R , B , Graham and wife , Lincoln.
Mr. B. C. Boll leaves this evening for
Weston , Missouri , whcro he will spend
holiday week with the old folks at homo.
Ho will bo accompanied by the young
won of John W. Boll.
H. H. Wheolock , Fullerton : John M.
Reagan. Hastings ; 11. II. Robins , North
Bund ; It. H. Glover , Grand Inland ; It , B.
Schneider , Fremont ; H. S. Fuller , Lea
Fuller , CreteH. . J. Allen , Kearney.
At tlio Arcade Dr. Herb , Geneva ; W.
R. llutchinson , Broken Bow ; R. K.
French , Kearn.iy : William Harrier. Val
ley ; George M. Hill , Kearney ; C.Thomp
son , Aslilaiul , ; H. J. Alien , Kearney ;
Joseph Bliss , Schuylcr ; J. B. Ferguson ,
Tolcurapti No tea.
The depositors In the bank of Hush Co , ,
MiniicapullK will bo ) Kiid in full.
The Des Moincs nimble works , owned by
N. Webster , has been seized 'jy the aliuritr
on acluhuof 10,000.
It is Ntntcd in Home on Rood authority that
KiiRlnud Is Inking no stops toward rmiewliij ;
diplomatic relations with Vatican.
The AmeiJcau District and San Francisco
District telegraph companies have conceded
tliu demand of the btriklni ; inosbcnicn > lor
75 cents for a day of twelve hours.
Tliulricnda ol Pmiiell say hli Illness 1ms
been of a very serious natuio lor bovtiid
weeks , llo Is in a ihuii.'ciou.s condition.
When able to actively re.sumo woik ho will
convene the Irish parliamentary paity In the
council chamber ? , of tlie Dublin corponitlun.
In an aiticlu hendcd "Impoitlng a 1'csl to
Agriculture" the Chicago Dally News protests
against tlio limiting ol litty-eluht rabbits re
ported to have uirivcd on tliu steamship
\\Vria. The NoiV wiys that the KngllMi rub-
blt , unlike the A nicrlcuu species. Is a burrow-
Inj ; animal , und being thus able to breed un
molested , will multiply until farming ami
nirrlfiiltuie become well nili impossible.
Tliu News says that In ono dibtiiVt sheep
laisurs in 1B7I : p.diU"0,0' ! ' to protect their
runt'cs 1 ruin tlie Kn 'llshiabbit.
Fur some months past tlie First Colored
liaptlbt church , of Nashville , luts bteu in
volved in a bitter uuarri'J , which arose pri
marily Irem the calling of It. T. Jlutl'mau , of
l.oulsvillo to the pabtorato. He was boon
accused of improper conduct toward the
women ot the church , and several laid their
fihame at his door. It was announced tlialho
would preach on "Kattlcsuakdi" Tilcodsy
night , and tliu church wa.s packed \vlth lluff-
uuui's armed adherents , and 'an anury mob
surged outoldi ) tliH building. Uultumu , on
the udvico of tiiciuld , did no ( urvach W
rattlesnake biinuc-u , As h IcJt. \ \ -church
the iv < > b surged toward him madly. He diew
two. pistols and llred both luo | the crowd , bid
no cue is known tolmvo-ttcen lilt. The sliotb
were nturned ; aud iiutliuun lltxl tu the
AVOIMJY JN 1M5TKOIT.
TWo Persons Nearly Killed nt a Dis
reputable Halt ,
IJKTIJOIT , Mich. , Dec. 2-2. The I'udlno so
ciety cave Us annual lull al Arbelter Hall.
The character ot the sudely Is made appar
ent by what occurred. At midnight a party
of well-known gentlemen , Including several
who now hold and others who imvo held pub
lic oilier , dropped-In for a look at the specta
cle. N. 11. Hayes , a lawyer , was of thoparty.
Hayes recently recovered a Judgment against
Prank Welllioff tor a young man who hnd
dropped a "boodli" In WclthofT'3 gambling
loom , and the gambler had nursed a crmlgo
against the lawyer ever since. He was
mailer of ceremonies last night , anit
arranged for n coarse attack on Hayes.
Without a word of wanting WeltholT struck
Hayes with a pop bottle , knot-king Hits ball of
oiin eye neatly out. The blows were rained
thick and hard on the attorney , and when ho
was rescued he wasa shocking looking object
and more dead than alive. To-nl ht paralysis
resulted from Ids thighs down Irom Injuries
to his spine. Kd Itlcc and John Conshllno
noled bank robber anil ciooK respectively
were guests of the Undine society. Tlio two
ipinrrcled about a woman , and Bice , who was
getting the worst of the tight , shot at Con
sul I tie. The ball lilt a young woman named
Minnie Me.Malion , whoso real name is Win-
ship. She Is not expected to live through the
night , litre gave himself up two hours utter
the .ihnotlng. During the numerous other
bloody nITrays knivo * . pistols , and fists were
used indiscriminately. Tlie bail room was
made slippery with blond. It was a terrible
ortsy , and some of the scenes enacted almost
l-'roleht. llrnkonicii Strike.
Lorisviu.K , Ky. , Dec. 22. Sixty-nine
freight brake men on the main sicm of the
Louisville Ar Nashville road struck to-nlgtit
and did not report to take ( tains out. They
claim that the Louisville & Nashville olllclals
violated llieir agieeinunt bvdlscharglng J. H.
Mnoto and Henry Cornwall , two ol tlio com
mittee who recently waited on the olllclals to
present the demand' * of the brakeim-n for ad
vance * In wace..s. JS'o trains are moving , but
it is thought all freight trains will go out to-
mono w. _
Tlio Poorla Contest.
Cmc.UiO , Dec. 'JO. A special to the Daily
Xows from 1'ooria , 111. , says : By n singular
coincidence it is discovered that there were
just twenty-nine less ballots cost for con
gressman In Knox county than for the iron-
oral llekut. and twenty-nine Is the olllcliU
nlnralltv given in the district tor ( iuneral
Post. The democrats are making a 'closn
canvass and thev are confident. Kvldciico in
the contest will be taken immediately after
tlie new year.
Prize Fighter * Arrested ,
Xi.wOIIK , Dec. 22. James Burke , aged
twenty year ? , of .lorsoy City , and Alexander
Masters , aged thirty-one , of Brooklyn , while
engaged in a prl/o Tight at Krastina , L. L ,
this morning , were interrupted by the police
who arrested the principals , their seconds ,
and referee and twenty-eight of the specta
tors. The prisoners were taken before
Judge Halccbus , who committed them for
Counterfeit Silver DollnrH.
Xr.w Yor.K , Dec. 22. Some of the counter
feit silver dollars with which the northwest
has been flooded by the gang ot counterfeit
ers recently discovered near Pullman , HI. ,
are atloat in this city. The center of the coin
is tilled with white metal , while tin : lest is
of silver. The character ot the coin can only
bo delected by experts.
A Notcit Turfman Dcail.
Lonsvir.r.H , Ky. , Dec. ! > 3. Captain John
AIcockan old turfman , died at ills home near
Glasgow , Ky. , to-day , aged seventy-live.
Captal n Alcock was n noted trainer in his
day , and has trained for and inn more four-
mili ! races than any man in the country.
IMrn. Parsons nt tho'Annex.
Mrs. Lucy Parsons , the wife of the
condemned anarchist , will speak at the
exposition annex at 12 o'clock on Christ-
mns afternoon. Owing to a wlight illness
Mrs. Parsons will not speak in Bohemian
hall this evening.
The Paul Con. Man.
St. Louis ( ilobo Democrat : The
operatic swindle perpetrateil on the inhabitants -
habitants of the City of Mexico by an
American confidence man was , in the es
timation of detective ? , about as "slick"
a job as has been turned in many years ;
It was perfectly clear to them'that no
novice nad gone in there and made ar
rangement for n Patti performance , and
got away quietly with about $1I > ,0M ( ) in
the sale of tickets , and tlie detectives
WL-nt to guessing who it was that done
the work. The other day , however , a de
tective trom BulValo reached Galveston ,
and got the details of the case , wjth a de
scription of the swindler , and immedi
ately recognix.ed it as corresponding with
thai of Harry Moncll , the must expert
confidence man , montc spieler nnd .short-
oar d man in tlie countryMoncll is
known everywhere from Liverpool lo
San Francisco , and notwithstanding Ins
reputation , has friends upon nearly every
police force in the country , through
whom for years lie has received protec
tion. He is a man of line attainments ,
lias traveled all over the globe , and con
ducts himself in a manner which disarms
all suspicion. Asa mimic lie has few
equals , and ho can speak several lan
guages very well indeed , llo has been
"on the turf" now for years , and , strange
to say , has never hr.d a "fall,1' as the
crooks call it when they are captured.
In St. Louis lie Is as well known as in
New York , and San Francisco , New Or
leans , Chicago , and other places ho has
hosts off rionds. In New York he has
the reputation among the professional
gentry of being the smartest man in tint
country si nro thn days of Canada Bill ,
thn old-time confideneis man , who robbed
men of millions , only to die in a poor
Moncll began his career in early life ,
and met with Bill and the old-timers ,
who have since passed In their chocks or
are ending their days in striped suits be-
jiind the bats. Ho took early to the work
ing of the railroads , before the corpora
tions had adopted ( lie plan of keeping a
special service to protect their passen
gers , and for yours played inonto and
aiOerent con. gamgs with a success that
enabled him to livu iiilirsi-ckies style. Ho
has operated upon nearly every road in
country , and his picture was one always
specially pointed out in the big rogues'
A OHEAT MISTAKE
hns her.eloforo been made in Iho treat ,
incut of rheuinatif-ni , iiouralffin tind nerv
ous or sick headache. Thii Is evidenced
by thu failure on the part of thousands of
sulVerers to lind relief , even though they
have exhausted thn skill of various phy
sician ? " nnd tried numerous s = o railed
remedies. Tosuch Atlilophoroslsollbri'd
ai a SAKK , snti : and ( jrtcK oriiu. Its suc
cess has been phenomenal , and yet it \
not sttrprisiiiK becaueo itvil.t. . donll that
is claimed for It. Tlio Athlophoros Co.
vill Kh dly refer any who desire to make
an investigation to reliable parlies who
have been eiircd by it.
.1. U. ( lillospio , Heal Kstnlo and Loan
Agent , at Atlnnllo , Iowa , says : "M.v
rheumatism first appeared In the hip ,
and then extended down Into the legs
through the seiatie nerve. 1 sull'ered
whether standing or sitting , and it wa.s
with the greatest of dillieithy that I sue-
eceded In hobbling to my olllceciieh day.
1 consulled physicians , also tried every
remedy 1 could learn of without any goo'd
elleets whatever. My great fears were
that I would always" have it. As I was
writing a letter to this friend In Chicago ,
t casually made note of my rheumatism ,
and thought no more about it. Itutiny
letter was answered very promptly , tollIng -
Ing mo to use Atnlophoros , also stating
his mother's case nnd euro which was
more sovcro than mlno. I at once our-
chased u liottle and by the time I linden.
ished taking it , my rheumatism had gone.
It was a little too quick to stop before it
was gone entlrelv out of mv system , and
1 had another little attack , but two bottles
tles of Athloplioros did the work. It has
been over a year since that time. It is an
excellent medicine , and lean recommend
It to others ,
Every druggist should keep Athlopho
ros and Athlophoros I'ills , but where thny
cannot be bought of thn druggist the
Athlophoros Co. , 112Vnll St. . New York ,
will send either ( carriage paid ) on receipt
of regular price , which is $1.00 nor bottle
for Athloplioros and 5lc. ) for i'ills.
I'or liver mill Ulilncy tliieasos , dj-sumiil
illpcstloii , vcnltiir8S , ni't-voiH iloblllly , dls
or women , constipation , limilnrlie , Impnro
uleciii , Ac. Atlilopliuroi 1'lllj nro iincounloil. 11
ARK STBLS. TitHTMI 8a AXT !
For sixteen yo-irs. tliu.v Imvu stnndily Kalnotl
and with miles ootistrtnlly Incrrnslnv
. through ?
The K. 0 tiinl It-H ijrnilo'f nro ninito In SHOUT
MM'll'M AMI1-.XTIIA Cost ! \VAIST , Slllltttllf for
nlllljrurfs. Tlio ( I qimltty , ninito of ICnwIish
Com II , Is Wiirmntcd to wear Mrieo ns lutiiriii
Hljchost ini'dfilf. from nil the World's rrortt
Inlr. < . The l t inoniil rucvivcd Is lor KIIIST
I > iniiii : : : OP MRttiT. from tlio Into KviKiblllon
hnlil ut Now OrleiniK.
Whllu BCOIOS of pntcntj Imvo ln-un foiiml
wortlili-As thn prlnrlplos of tlio Cilovo-rittlnii
hiivo proved InvnliiHhlo.
UotiillorH nre nulhorlr.od to i-ofund monov. if
on c.viumimtlon , tlii-si ) CursutH ilo not pi-ovo iw
ropri'fontcd. VOK SAW' BVKIirWHBUK.
CATAI.OOPK I'HKK O > f APl'IiICATIOV.
THOMSON , LANGDON & CO. . New York.
, $ . * , / . \ ,
u , Aa : r.l7li'altcnBt..jJ ' wY k.
r0"1 ? Porrddt substitute tor Mother's
mn l InviiluBDie fn Cholern Infnntum
nna Toothing. A prn-cllamiiuU rood tor Dyu-
Pcptlcs , Coniumntlvos , Convulescants.
orfoot mitrlont In ull Wasting Oltonsos.
lUqulroi no crmklna Our Hook , The Cam
and . . Feeding . . . . of Infants , mailed frva.
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