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THE OMAHA DAILY . JANUAEY 20 , mr.
FREMONT'S ' SEISMIC SHAKE ,
Particulars of How the People Were Scared
By a Genuine Earthquake.
A CATTLE THIEF CONFESSES.
Ills Testimony Slimra Un the Ylllnln *
OUR Plot * of the Illoomlngton
Gang's Career Town njitt
Mihrnikn NC\\.H ,
The Fremont I3nrttinnkr | .
Fnr.MONT , Neb. , Jan. SW , [ Special to the
Bui.1 : To-day's Tribune elves additional
particulars of thn earthquake shock felt hero
last night , as follows : "Last night at a
o'clock and IS minutes a genuine earthquake
was felt In this vicinity. The shock as felt
throughout the city was distinct and plain
enough to cause almost everyone to exclaim
nt once 'an earthquake 1' Others at first
thought It the result of some f tlghtful explo
sion of a powder magazine or a car In transit
on some of the lines of railway. Tlicso opin
ions , however , were soon given up and the
general Impression , which has now grown tea
a certainty among our citizens , was that It
was nothing more or less than a genuine
seismic difltutbaticc. As soon as the thoughts
of the people weio collected telephone Inqui
ries fiom all parts ot the city and suburbs b < ) -
gan to pour In at the cential olllce. These
tvero an to one ell eel and their uniformity as
f to tlio tlnm and extent of the shocks admits
of no doubt whatever that the old earth actuAlly -
Ally nuttkcd. Tlm Tribune be/an nt once to
Inquire Into thu malturat outside points. Hy
telephonic communication with Omaha It
was learned that no shock was felt at that
point. Ad North 15end the experiences were
very much as nt this place. 'I his would Indi
cate that the direction of the undulation of the
earth was from the not th west to the southeast.
The duration ol the shock Is variously .stated
from ono second to ono minute , but as there
is no seismograph In this vicinity to register
U. It will never no known how long things
shook. It Is siifllclent , however , to know
that the earth quaked anil that Fremont Is
nbreast with the limes In all modem Improve-
inentH. The buildings of the city trembled
nnd the windows rattled. Many persons
sitting In chairs say they lull a swaying mo
tion accompanied by a heavy rumbling be
neath the house. Crockery and classwaro in
our homes and the stores registered the
shock In an unmistakable manner. That the
disturbance was no electrical phenomenon
is evident fiom the fact that It was not noted
or observed by thu tclephonu operators. "
The disturbance Is the ueneral topic of con-
veisation among our people to-day.
A Cnttlo Thief Confesses.
BI.OOMINOTON , Neb. , Jan. 2S. ( Special
Telegram to the Bin.J : Late last night
Sheriff Brown , of this county , arrived with
Jnmos and Abe Landreth , two of the parties
who stole seven head of cattle from James
Kelley last week , lie captured his men near
Ashland. James Landreth , the youngest ,
nnd who has lived hero many years , makes n
confession , llo says that Martin Landteth ,
a cousin , who was arrested charged with
being an accomplice In the stealing , and who
was released , was the originator of the plan
nnd urged the other two. lie also says that
Abe nnd Mai tin Landreth nave bcon
pullty of stealing before. The
night of the stealing the three were
drunk and James claims that while under tlio
Influence of liquor Martin urged the stealing.
James Lanurcth has heretofore berne a fall-
character. Abu and Martin are recent comers
to this county niiti ard reported to bo hard
characters. At the preliminary hearing of
the cattle thieves to-day Abe and James Lan-
drcth waved examination. Martin Landreth
had an examination and was bound over to
i , the district court. James Landreth made a
p complete confession nnd testified for the
? state. Ills testimony shows villainous plots
on the part of Martin Landreth. among
* -which was the stealing of n car load of stocK
4 from James Kelley's yard nnd a car load
7 from Orleans. The stock was to be taken to
i nn adjoining town for shipment It was
1 Martin's intention to next fall take his uang
i back to Illinois and steal car loads of stock.
, A IIuslmnd'H Jloartlcssncfls.
| LINCOLN , Neb. , Jan. 28. [ Special Telo-
* " Rram totholtaK.1 An Incident revealing the
lowest depths of depravity and showing the
J utter heartlessness of mankind , came to light
i on No. Z , tha it. & M. eastbound passenger ,
to-day. A woman named Mary Llpps was
on the train with thrco helpless children , the
oldest about six years old. She was suffering
terribly from an attack of epilepsy or some
thing similar and a laige part of thu time was
unconscious. She was cared for In these at
tacks by the passengers and In Intervals told
her story. Her husband had ulaccd her on
the train In Colorado with a ticket to Omaha
nnd then basely deserted her , leaving her
with only 10 cents In money. She wanted tope
po to Des Molnes , la. , where she had a sister
mine. Charles A. Cole , of Denver , andB.
F. Kawald , of Hastings , eared for her and
raised a pursoamong the passengers sulllclent
to pay her way throimh and provide the little
ones with food , which they were Iu need of ,
The Knights Emlorno Vnn Wyck.
FIIKMONT , Neb. , Jan. S3. [ Special to the
UKK.J George 11. Bucklln , of this city ,
elected judge by the State Assembly Knights
of Labor and a member of the press commit
tee , has just given out for publication the fol
lowing resolution adopted by the assembly at
Its annual meeting In Lincoln yesterday :
Whereas , By the united efforts of organ
ized capital the defeat of linn. C. H. Van
Wvck has been compassed , and
Whereas , Wo lealizu In the overthrow of
the people's choice lor United States senator
n blow ill thu laboilnu' classes oC the state ;
therefore , be It
Uesolvcd , That wo declare our unalterable
devotion to a man who BO ably represented
us In the United States senate , nnd hereby
ask tlm president of thu United .States to ap
point Hon. 0. II. Van Wynk ns a member of
the united States tallroad commission as
n lilting maik of his esteem for united labor.
Failure at AVyinoro.
WVMoni : , Neb. , Jan. 23. [ Special to the
BKK.J Yesterday evening the clothing
house of O. M. llaydon was closed up by his
creditors. He has failed lor over 59,000 and
Ills assets will not roach one-third of that
amount. Mr. llaydon has heretofore stood
very high financially nnd socially , and his
failure surnrlM's his many friends here , lie
says that Sil.ooo In cash was stolen Irom his
residence about n week auro , during his ab
sence. All sorts of rumors are afloat and the
exact facts In the case cannot be ascertained.
They'll lliivo n Vacation.
LINCOLN , tteb. , Jan. 23. [ Special Tele
gram to the BII : : . | This evening the lire
department was called out by an alarm from
the C street school building that was found
on lire , nnd after a hard light the lire was
stopped before thi ) entire building was con
sumed. This school house wns n two-room
ward building of wood , and thu loss will not
bo over Sl.SW ) , Boys , matehcs and shavings
urd the supposed causa of thu lire.
Arrested 1'or Grnvo-Koliljlnjj ,
Dis : MOINEP , In. , Jan.Ji [ Swolal Tele
gram to the llr.K.J Jr , Schooler , dean ot tlm
Jown college of physicians nnd surgeons ,
was arrested nt noon to-day by the deputy
sheriff of Warren county for complicity In
the grave robbery at Carlisle n lew weeks
ngo. The grand jury of that county has
been Investigating the matter and has found
nn Indictment against Dr. Schooler as a party
to thu desecration of Miss ( lull's ' grave and
person , It will bo remembered that thu body
of Miss Hull was loiind on the dissecting
t.iblunf the medical enllego iu this city on
Christmas niuht alter thu relatives had
searched In vnlu lor it tor itoaily u week.
A Wealthy armor's Fmiern ) ,
UAVKNI'OUT , Jan. 2S. iSptclal Telegram
to the BKKJ The funeral of John 0. Mo-
Caubland , cue ot the wealthiest farmers ol
Scott county , occurred this afternoon In
Butler township. Ho was in his beventy-
fouith year , and was n native of Lancaster
county , I'cnsvlvaiila. Mr. and .Mrs. McUaus-
land celebrated their golden Bedding last
Coroner McCartney went to Big Rock this
Bioruln _ to Invtotigute the sudden death ot
Otutftve Foc trom , ft shoo maker , vrlio was
litirt In a quarrel nt Whcallaml atid went
homo and died tlio same evening.
Accidentally Killed lly n IMnymnto
DES MOINKS , la. , Jan. 23. iScccl.il Telo-
grnm to the Htr.j : This morning the ton-
year-old daughter of Amos Woller , who Is
visiting Stephen Hardy's fnrm , seven miles
northeast of the city , was killed by n shol
Cun In the hands of a playmate. The boy
\\as foollimvltn nn old .shot ( 'iinvlilclilic
did not know \vns loaded nnd touchlnc the
trigger nlicnvy illsolinrvo followed , the con-
touts entering the child's licad , killing tier In
Suicided by Shooting.
Dr.s MOINKS , In. , Jan. S3. ( Special Tele-
eram totlielRi.1 ) Cnss Clark , n restaurant
kcejior ot West Side1 , committed sulcldo this
inornlntc by shootiiiL' himself In the head ,
UyliiK Instantly , lie Icavrs \vlfo and two
elilldien. ocausu Is assigned for his r.ish
X's opr.uA JI.VLU
Hoyalty In All Iti Glory Attends the
[ CnpviioM ! 4i7 uJflmf f7inlon IttMirtt , ]
DKIIM.V , Jan. 29. fNew Vork lletnld Cable
Special to Uio Br.r. . | The tlrst Mibscrli > -
tion opera ball was hold hern to-night. Tlio
liouso was crowded and brilliant , but the
company was much moio ml.xcd than usual ,
rtrlnces and princesses of thu blood royal
jostling with comely queens of the hemi
sphere and ballet dancers. The opera house ,
which was tastefully decorated with ever
green , palms nnd ferns , was packed to suffo
cation long befoto the trumpet announced , at
about 0:30 : , the arrival of the Imperial party.
The empress was dressed In yellow satin ,
trimmed with ruby velvet , and were a tiara
of diamonds. She was wheeled lntoastato
box , where she sat for an hour wutcliltic
the lively Bocno , The emperor , wearing a
general's uniform , escorted his consort to the
place and then moved to the ne\t box , where ,
with the crown prince , ho sat talking to the
I'rlnces.sdohann Albri-cht , of Mecklenburg.
Scliwcrcn and his granddaughter , tlm heredi
tary princess of SoAo-MclnUon , the crown
princess , wearing a whlto satin dress spark
ling with diamonds , joined Iho empress and
remained In tha box until a slirnal Iiom Count
Ilerebourg , the Intentant of state theaters.
She was to lead the openlnu of the poloualso
with the crown prince. Last year the kaiser
walked at the head of the procession , but to-
nlcht ho had to content himself with looking
rather sadly down on the spectacln. His
spirits were revived later , when , to the
evident amusement of his grandchildren ,
the Princess Victoria and the hoieditary
princess of Saxe-Melnlnircn , ho went around
to the diplomatic box , where ho stayed some
tlmo flirting with Mmc. llerbcttoand the
Countess Szcchcnjl , Iho wifn of the Austrian
cmbassador. Dancing did not begin In
catnest until 10 and was kept up under dllll-
cultlos , owing to the crowd , till early morn.
Among the most indefatigable dancers were
several charming Americans.
RENEWED I'UBLIO AIj.VKM.
Emperor William to Gall Out 72OOO
Br.HLi.v , Jan. 28. At the court recep
tion to-day Emperor William Infoimed
the assembled olllcers that 72,000 men
of the leserves would bo called out
immediately and bo drilled In the use of the
now repeating rlllos. This announcement ,
taken In connection wijlt the reported words
of Crown 1'rinco Frederick William at the
same reception , that the situation was still
serious , renews public alarm.
With regard to the summoning of reserves
Emperor William In his conversation with
army generals at the court reception to-day
said : "This action will produce loud rumors
of war , but there will bo no war. The re
serves will bo called only to accustom them
to the now weapons. "
Advices from Vienna say the Issno Is ex
pected of an olliclal order prohlbltlni : the ex
portation of horses trom Amtrla-llnnirary ,
It boinu' feared that the closing of Gorman
markets to lorcicn buyers might result in
an excessive drain upon the Austrian mar
The committee of the volkcs-parti has Is
sued an address , In which it de
clares that the leading question be
fore the electors is the preservation
of constitutional ritihts ; ttiat If the
relchstai : admits'tho claims of the govern
ment that it has authority to Ux military
charges , the people will no longer have the
power to avert an Immediate increase of tax
ation and the creation of monopolies.
The Frankfort ( < azcttu has a dispatch from
Rome saying that the Vatican Is surprised at
the asseitlons of thoorcansof the I'riisslan
government relative to Iho attitude of the
pope. 1'rlnco lllsmarck , the dispatch says.
promised the popocomplain abrogation of tha
May laws in return for the Vatican's Inlltienc-
ing tlio center party to vote for the septen-
nato. To this proposition the pope rc-
sijonded that ho was unable to Interfere , but
that ho had caused the leaders of the Cath
olics to know that ho would bo plunscd It the
members of the center found voting for tlio
septennato consistent with their political
The Fisheries Dispute.
LONDON' , Jan. 28. The subject of the dls-
puto between the United States and Great
lirltlan In regard to the Canadian fisheries
was brought up In the commons this after
noon. James Ferguson , parliamentary secre
tary of tlio foreign olllcc , In answer to In
quiries , said that the government had bcon
fonfcrrlng with thogovornmcntot the United
States on the question. The Canadian
fisheries , ho said , were very valuable , anil the
government had followed a policy concerning
them which had boon adopted by preceding
governments , and would maintain the rights
of tlm nolonles with every dosiio to conciliate
the United States. The government was
at present unable to narrate the whole rourso
of the negotiation with the United States ,
but could state that a dispatch had been re
ceived which was of a pacific character and
nIToriled material trrounds tor hopti ol a dual
scttlomoiu of the dispute. United States
Minister Phelps had an hour's conference
with the Marquis of Salisbury to-day at the
premier's request to discuss the Canadian
hshiTics question. Thu ponfcicnco was most
cordial on both sides. Salisbury expressed
hlmsi'lf gratitiedat the general tone of the
American press and people In thu dispute ,
and ho assured 1'hulps that Kim lam ! and
Canada \\eio equally desirous of an amicable
settlement ot thu whole case.
Dofcmlloj ; Their Ilniuen.
Duiu.iv , Jan. 23. The pcoplo of Achill
Island , oil the coast of county Mayo , are pre
paring to repel the thorlir , who Is on his way
to execute lifty ejectment writs. The people
are watching day and night for Ids advent ,
and have arranged to give notice of ills ajn
preach if at night by moans of lire and rocu-
i'ts. Fifty ejectments , if executed , will put
In the road about all the Islanders who at
pntM-'iit have decent shelter , The peopld aru
extremely poor and neatly all were supported
durlngtho whole of last winter and sprint : by
charit.iblticontributions raised and distrib
uted by the Now Votk Sun.
The CIXHHO of the I'nnlc.
LorfnoN , Jan. as. The secretary of the
Hebrew dramatic club , which gave the enter
tainment at Spltztluld hall , In which the
panic occuiml January IS , resulting In the
los of Eu\er.il lives , te tlhed that Iho panic
was caused by the secretary of a rival club.
Ciormnny'a Answer to France.
LONDON , Jan. 28. Germany has made ar
rangements to at once erect barracks at vari
ous points along the French frontier , "thus
answering France , " as tlio dispatch Irom
Berlin giving the Intelligence bays , "wltii
bairack lorta arrayed.
lltissla Will Not Co u for.
CONSTANTINOPLE , Jan. 23. iiussia refuses
to join a formal conference on the Hulirarian
question. When a settlement has been ef-
tected , the ambassadors will meet to give a
concrete expression o'f their decisions.
Sorloua Australian Floods.
HmsiioNK , Australia , Jan. 23. Serious
Howls have occurred In southern Queens
land. Filly-eight persons have been
drowned and much damage has beoo , done to
The Senate Takes Up nnd Discusses the
Railroad Attorney Measure.
TWO PENSION BILLS VETOED.
The llotiso Considers the Plcttro-I'ncti-
niotiln 1)111 But No Final Action
Ucnchcd Other National
WASHINGTON , Jan. 23. The senate this
afternoon took up the bill to prohibit mem
bers of convrcss from acting as attorneys or
employes for railroad companies holding
charters or having received a grant of lands
or pecuniary nld fiom the United States , and
Mr. Hurry addressed the senate In mlvocacy
of the bill. Ho did not t-ctlcro that n senator
or member drawing 810,100 or SiO.COO a year
from the Union Pacific or Northern Pacific
ralhoail company could act and vote Impar
tially on the Pacific funding bill or on the
Northern Pacific land forfeiture bill.
Mr. Teller said that ho was prepared to
vote attains ! the bill notwithstanding news
Mr. Fryo hcio took the floor In order , as ho
said , to glvu a piece of Information , llo read
an Associated press telegram Just received
trom Kastport. Me. , statlnc that the winter
school of herring had struck Into the Amer
ican shore and that about twenty-live Kng-
llsh boats wete there fishing within the shore
line , and that meaiuvhllc tlm KiitrllMi cruller
Mlddlcton was cruising between Kastport
and St. Andrews ready to seize any Amer
ican fisherman that might venture beyond
tlio dead line. That was all he said.
Amendments to the bill were offered by
Messrs. Platt and Hoar , The latter said the
bill was alined at a stale ot things not ex
isting anil not likely to oxlst.
At the close of Mr. Hoar's speech two mes
sages Irom the president were presented , 0110
vetoing tlm bill granting a suspension to Hen-
jannn Obekiah and the other vctolnc the bill
lor the tellef of 11 , 1C. Melding. Tim mes
sages were laid on the table.
Mr. Hoar withdrew his motion to recon
sider the vote bv which tlm dependent par
ents' pension bill was passed yesterday He
explained that he hnd an ohiectlon to ( Im
clause about ill-pendent parents ; but he did
not wish , by olieilnu an amendment to 1m-
pei 11 the ilnal passage of the bill.
The senate then adjoinned till to-morrow.
WASHINGTON , Jan. 23. In the house Mr.
Forney presented the conference repott on
the bill making an annual appiopriatlon of
5100,003 for the equipment ot the militia
forces of the United States , and It was
The house then went Into committee of Iho
whole on the pleuro-pneumonia bill.
Mr. Funston of Kansas and Mr. Conner ot
Iowa favored the bill and urged the necessity
of national action to extirpate the disease
and to prevent Its spreading among tlio vast
cattle herds of the weit.
Mr. Swineburne of New York opposed the
bill , nnd while disclaiming any personal feel
ing against the olllcials of thu agricultural
department , ho characterized the report of
the commissioner upon pleuro-pneumonia ns
unruli.tble and untruthful , and denounced
the chief ot the bureau of animal industry
( Dr. Salmon ) a would be national butcher-
as either deceitful or Ignonuu.
Mr. Warner of Ohio opposed the measure ,
declaring that he had never known a bill
which so utterly Ignored all the constitu
tional limitations of tlio general Government
and so completely trampled upon all state
Mr. Springer of Illinois made a constitu
tional argument in support of the bill , con-
tendinir that the article of the constitution
upon which the opponents of the metis lire re
lied to show its unconstittitionality had refer
ence only to criminal prosecutions and did
not apply to a question Involving the
preservation ot Jhe public health soils
popull Bupruma Icf-nna he had never known
an occasion when the public health required
the exercise of the federal power that that
power had not been exercised.
On motion ot Mr. Hutch of Missouri an
amendment was adopted increasing Ir6m
S.t.OOJ to 53,500 the salary ot the chief of the
bureau ot animal industry.
On motion of Mr. Hemphill of South
Caiolina an amendment was adopted author-
i/itiE : the commissioner to employ a lorco
within the limits of the appropriation made
bv congress , urovidcd that no tielit against
the covernment shall be created under the
provisions of this bill.
Mr. Swineburne of New York offered an
amendment providing that the force em
ployed shall Include tluee expctts of scien
tific attainments and not less than six years
actual experience in stnitury ; and pathologi
cal work , and especially in the invcstlcation
ot contagions diseases , and to aid these ex
perts in their investigHtion , all necessary aid
shul ! be rendered by the commissioner of ag-
Mr. Henderson of Iowa favored the bill
and arnned its speedy passage.
Mr. Swlnoburnu's amendment was
adopted 114 to 25.
On motion ot Mr. O'Haia of North Carolina
lina an amendment was adopted requiting
the experts provided for In Mr. SwIneburnoV
amendment to report what meaiib should be
taken to extirpate hog cholera.
The committee then rose without further
action. As thu legislative day was still con
tinuing , unanimous consent was required
for the holding of the weekly night session
for ilio consideration of pension bills , and
Mr. Wallace ot Louisiana objecting , the
house adjourned until to-morrow.
SULLIVAN KNOCKED OUT.
A Doctor ISrcaks Ills Arm and the
Nr.w Yoim , Jan , 23. John L. Sullivan ,
rmclllst , accompanied by his brother Mike ,
arrived hero this afternoon to get the best
surgical opinion as to his broken arm. They
wont to the oflice of Dr. Sayro , who ,
after an examination of the Injured member ,
said that It had been set witli the palm down
ward instead ot the leverse , and while the
lighter conveisud with his fi lends , the doctor ,
by a furtlvo glani-e , observed Sullivan's pre
occupation , and placing his left hand on
Sullivan's fore-arm and his light upon
the wrist , ho gave tlio arm
a sudden wrench , which broke
the bone asunder a second timo. Sullivan
leboundcd Irom his reclining position with a
sharp cry of pain and bank back between the
cushions in a dead tainting spell. Salts and
other re-vivllying appliances boon brought
him back to consciousness and his arm was
bound in felt waddinir and finally set in
plaster of pails. Dr. Sayro says it will be all
tight four weeks heuce and will be as strong
She Followed Htilt.
Ci.BVKl.AND , Jan. 2b. When Mrs. Cabo-
lek murdered her tlueo children and then
suicided , tl.o newspaper ? published long ac
counts of thu crime. A Bohemian sheet heio
had a very graphic description ol tl.o premises
and long interviews with the surviving chit-
dien. Frank lloth , a Hohemlan living at 10 ,
Amos street , read the report to ills wile , two
children and mother-in-law. He Is a well-to-
do merchant and lived happily , ills wilt )
listened to the nccouts ol the Caholei ; murder
and then Had her husband re-toad It. Ho
went over It a thiid tlmo and then she took
the paper to the neighbors and had It read
twice more. Thurxday she sent her mother
to a grocery for yeast and then she took n
heavy dose ot rough on rats and forced a dosn
down thu throat ot her babe. When her old
mother returned she alarmed the neighbors
and doctors were called , but they came too
late. The woman died in great agony and
the bain ) explied soon affer. Tlm doctors
kent the affair to themselves and the police
did not learn ot it until late to-day.
Appealed to the Prestdnnr.
WASHINGTON , Jan. 23. A committee con
sisting ot Mrs. S. I ) . Hlake , of New York ;
Mrs. Matilda Joslyn Gage , of New York ;
Mrs. May Wright Sowell , of Indiana ; Mre.
ClataH. Colby , of Nebraska ; Mrs. Mary S.
Howell , of Albany , N. Y. , and Mra. Caroline
( i. Hogers , of Xew York , appointed for the
purpose by the \atlonal Woman Sutlratre
association , called on the president to-day
and presented a memorial asking him to veto
tlio Edmunds bill , or the Tucker biibstltute
theiefor , which Mull pass congress , proj > oa-
luc to disfranchise the lion-polygamous
women of Utah. The president said he
would give the memorial his careful consid
eration. Herecoeiil/cd that It \ > ftsa serl ( u !
matter to disfranchise nny class.
nufTj's U'lUc Itctold.
Nr.w YOIIK. Jan cs.w-In the trial ot ex
Alderman O'Neilltlrtcn w as begun to-dav ,
cx-Aldcrman Dully > \ . the first witness ex
amined. His story ol the combine was the
same as was told at IhoaMcQuado trial.
j In the afternoon Kj\to Mey/ , the servant
irlrl who lived next , tloor to Atdermon .Me-
Lausthlln In 1S3I , ami , who proved such a
valuable witness In otlwr boodle trials , was
put on the stand aim Identified O'Xelll
as ono of the men who nie to Mftl.aiiehlln's
house , and picked out Alderman Clearly ,
who was sitting In au jobscurc p.itt of the
court room. o j
The Hcrrlnu Fish Pnntl.
EASTWIIT , Me. , Jan. 2S. The winter
school of herring has strticu In on thn Amer
ican shore , and about twenty-live English
boats and vessels are fishing on this shore.
Meanwhile the crul er Mlddlcton Is patrollne
between here and SU Andrews ready to sel/o
any American fisherman that may \onlure
across the dead line.
The Navnl Appropriation.
WASHINGTON , Jan. 23. The naval ap
propriation bill will bo completed nt this
afternoon's session of the house committee
on naval affairs. Tlm total appropriation
matin by the bill is S WT.OI'J , while the esti
mates were 830,018,7.10 , and the appropriation
lor the cuircnt year 51(1,2 ( 12,55 i.
Tcxns Trnln HolihorHCnptnrnd.
WASIIINOTON , Jan. 24 Chief Postofllco
Inspector West was to-day Informed that five
of the men engaged In the robbery of the
railroad train at Gordon , Trx. . on Sunday
morning last , have been arrested , and the
prosnect Is that the other three will bo cap
Children Hunted to Drnth.
1'Anrc.vir. KY. , Jan. S3. Two eolored
children , aged three years , were burned to
death near the outskirts of the city yester
day. Their mother had tied them to a straw
bed bofoie she went out and lire , which was
near by communicated with the straw.
Chinese Aid Kor Chai'lcAtnn.
WASIIINOTON. Jan. 23. The consul gen
eral of thn United States at Shanghai re
ports that 31,200 has been contributed by the
Chinese In that city for the Charleston
Kansas Women Victorious.
TOIT.KA , Kan. , Jan. 23. A bill enfranchis
ing women In cities of the first , second and
third class was passed In the senate today
by a vote of 23 to 13.
Prohibition For Tennessee.
NASHVII.I.I : , Jan. 2S. The senate to-day
passed on its final reading tlio prohibition
amendment to the constitution , the vote
being yeas 31 , nays 2.
lloUc'n Extradition Signed.
TOKONTO , Jan. 23. The minister of justice
this afternoon signed a warrant for the ex
tradition of lloke , the Peoila (111. ) defaulter.
- - i
The Jersey Tic.
Tisr.NTON , N. J. , Jan. 23. The senate and
assembly met at noon Jij-day , and in the ab
sence ofa quorum , adjourned until Monday
Nchrnska nnd Imvn Wrnther.
For Nebraska and Iowa : Snow followed
by fair weather , colder. . i
Minnie Mattdern in "Caprice" last
night was natural and charming enough
to justify the high rank that has been ac
corded her in her profession. Thorough
ly woiuanlj' and tender she wins the sym
pathies of her nmlitorp , and frequently
touches a chord in the ! hearts of the most
blase theatre-goers thnt seldom vibrates.
She was supported by u capable com
pany. Win. Morris was up to standard ,
nnd D. G. Longworth v > vas entertaining.
T. J. Herndon was good in his part , : is
were also Miss Mar.v Maddorn , Addio
Baker , Odette Tyler , Frank Kurrington ,
"Caprice" wjll be repeated this after
noon and. evening.
Closed hy Creditor * .
The grocery store of J. II. Johnson &
Co. on St. Mary's avenue was closed by
creditors yesterday. Attachments were
issued in favor of I ) . M. Steele oi Co. ,
Sloan , Johnson & Co. , Commercial Na
tional bnnk. McCord , Brady & Co. , anil
I'nxton it Gallagher. The firm's liabil
ities are placed tit ? 7,000 anil their assets
at § 1,500.
Her Injuries Proved Fatal.
Charles Stortz was arrested on Monday
night for wife ueatingaud was , on Tues
day. given thirty days in the cotiuty jail
by Jtiilgo Stenberg. Word was received
yesterday that Mrs , StorU had dicil at
Columbus from the oflccts of the injuries
received at her brutal husband's hands.
The bank clearances yesterday were
? 015.740.i8. :
The revenue collections yesterday
amounted to ILfiitt.- ! ! ) .
C. J. Alton , cashier of the Farmers' anil
Merchants' bunk at Amsworth , Nub. , and
formerly a resident here , is in thu city.
J-iiler Al Sitrw.-irt was yesterday called
to Lexington , Mo. , by a telegram an
nouncing the sudden death of his mother.
Mrs , Magrane's second term for giv
ing dancing lesions has already com-
mcncc'd , nnd will last until the middle of
1'rank Chamborlin , of the Denver
Packing company , of Denver , is paying
his father a visit , while on his way homo
from the cast.
Miss Mary Dcvol , of Council BluHs , is
visiting her sister , Mrs , W. H Vatiglian ,
at her residence , Twenty-second and
A small lire occurred at1 o'clock yes
terday afternoon in ono of the ili lapidated
structures in Ainscow's row on Jones
street. The damage \\ns nominal.
Taylor , the man charged with counter-
foitinir , and who hnd seven or eight
spurious dollars in his possession when
arrested , was taken to Lincoln yesterday.
Bill Wetzol , a colored fellow , was ar
rested last night , charted with the lar
ceny of $5 from a yotcnj : follow named
Leonard , who was aslt'oi ) in a chair in
Corky 's saloon on Twelfth street.
Prince and Kck yostb dav signed arti
cles of agreement for ji twunty-milo bicycle -
cycle race to lake place at the exposition
building next Saturday wight. The race
will bo for ifM a side , till ) winner to boat
1 hour and U minutes JnJ order to get the
In an article in yesterday's IJiu : regard
ing the cattleman. John Kelluy , it was
htr.tod that his cattle were sold to McCoy
Ilros. , of South Oinahm iimstoad of solil
by McCoy Bios. 'Iho McCoy Bros , do a
strictly commission btinhicss and do not
buy any kind of live stock.
F. W. Bonnovier derfrns it stated that
ho was not arrested anil lined in police
court a fo\v days ago t'or the larceny of
con } from a Missouri Pacific cur. John
Bolin , the man arrested , gave Bonne-
vler's name lor the purpose of injuring
that gentleman's good reputation.
A committee of taxpayers along the
South Omaha fewer on Fourteenth
street was appointed last night to meet
the council in committee meeting on
Monday night and present their case In
regard to the taxation of the South Omaha
sower. Tlio following gentlemen were
An emigrant woman nnd eight children
have camped in the Union Pacific depot
for the two nights last past and nro still
holding the fort awaiting the arrival of
their goods from thu east. The children
seemed to enjoy their temporary horne ,
but the mother is , as fchu expressed it ,
"clean tuckered out. "
LIVK STOCK sminMSUB MHtiT.
A Stntc Awoolntlon Kortnml For
Mutual Protection nnd Hcncflt.
Pursuant to the call issur-d some ttmo
frlnco , between forty nnd fifty live stock
shippers mot at the Kxohango building ,
in South Omaha , yesterday afternoon , for
the organization of a live stock shippers'
association. The meeting was called to
order and Dave Anderson , of Columbus ,
who by the way is the originator of the
scheme , was temporarily appointed chair
man. There was a good deal of discus *
sion regarding the various grievances
against which the llvo stock shi.ipcrs are
forced to contend. Dibble , of York ,
Wiggins , of Columbus , Virgin , of Utica ,
Smith , of Friend , Willet , of Albion , Way
ant , of Uermantown , and Foloj' , of Blair ,
were appointed n committee on constitu
tion nnd by-laws. A committee on cre
dentials was Appointed , consisting of
Aiders , of Grand Island , Slovens , of
Waterloo , nnd Morrison , of York. After
a recess of half an hour , during which time
llo/.oyonkuup , Bennett.
A resolution was adopted objecting to
the rough and careless manner in which
hogs are handled at South Omaha , ami to
paying $1 per bushel for corn to bo
thrown into the ( llth in the pens , where
thn hogs can not oven lind It , under the
guise and prctcnso of feeding the hogs.
Wiggins , Harstow and Dibble were ap
pointed to represent thu association at
the meeting of the stock breeders' associ
ation , to bo held on February 8 at Sow-
The association will bo known as the
Nebraska Live Stock Shippers' associa
tion and will have for its object the pro
tection of the h'gitimato live stock ship
pers. The following was drawn up and
\Ve. the undersigned live stock shippers ,
hereby plediio ours-olves to support this asso
ciation and upon payment of al nnd signing
the.se articles are hereby constituted charter
members of this association ; II. 1) ) . Dibble ,
York ; 11. Smith , Friend ; James Foley ,
Ulalr : Frank Willett , Albion ; A. W. Virgin ,
Utica ; Wolsoy Woyant , jr. Ciermantown ;
John Wiggins , Columbus ; Jno. A. Smith ,
Ululr ; Isaac Alters , Grand Island : 1) . An
derson , Columbus ; S. Hoverddge , Fremont1
John Primers , Grand Island ; U. F. Stllley ,
Tobias ; W. B. Mnrrlton , York : Bennett
Krwln. Kxeter : M. B. Sullivan , Spauliling ;
A. F. Nlhart , Ulslngs ; A. 11. Nelson , Utlca ;
A. W. liphm , Corlland ; 11. Ford , Marquette ;
John Nicholson , Marouetti > ; ( I. W. Hoffman ,
( icnoa ; John Lewis , Kairlo ; B.King. Brad-
shaw ; W. 11. Baistow , Aurora ; W. K Wal
ton , Genoa.
After signing the roll the meeting ad
journed until the third Wednesday in
A few Iowa shippers mistaking the call
for a general meeting came over to join ,
but were barred out. Among the num
ber were W. C. Potter ana John Rae ,
Corning , la. Tlicso gentlemen talk
stromrly of issuing a call for a mooting of
the Iowa shippers.
There has been talk of n sehcmo to do
away with the commission men by
having an agent of the association al th'o
j-arda , who would soil all the stock , and
und nt the same time to do away with
competition in thu country by having
each member instructed daily as to the
price to be paid for hogs , and no member
to be allowed to pay any more. Such a
scheme , however , is too visionary to gain
any support among the shippers.
I'urclinscrH Cannot Obtain Deeds to
Loud complaints are being made by
some of the purchasers of the South
Omaha Land Syndicate property. Tlicso
parties bought lots of the syndicate iu
South Omaha and had paid for Ihnm , ex
pecting to receive a deed for the samo.
Bcforn the deeds were issued the syndi
cate became involved in ( liHionlties nnd a
receiver was appointed. The parties
were promised that as soon as the
diflictilty wns settled they should
have their deeds , meanwhile they
held the property only on the original
contracts under which it was purchased.
The ull'iiirs of the syndicate have been
straightened out at Jength to that extent
that the lots remaining unsold have been
put upon the market and are being sold
out. Still the company refuses to issue
deeds to tlio parlies who aru entitled to
them on the ground that the court has
not given them the proper authority.
Some of parties who are entitled to
deeds inclined to question the
right of any company or syndicate to sell
property on contract , to which they can
not or will not give a deed when the
inonoy called for in the contract has been
paid. Some of them have resold their
property and now those to whom they
sold are pushing them for their deeds and
oven threatening them with an action in
the courts. The property in question lies
mostly between the village of South
Omaha and the city ,
ny TUB sioui'iiiNfi IIOUTR.
A Traveling Rnlcmnnn AVho Wearied
of the World.
J. M. Xelglo , a traveling representative
of the Twin Burner Steve company of
S ( . Louis , suicided at tlio Pax ton hotel
yesterday afternoon. He arrived in the
city yesterday morning and spent most
of the day sitting m tlio rotunda of the
hotel , After the noon hour ho wont to
his room and left word for a call at 7
o'clock in the evening. At 7 o'clock a
bull boy who was cnt to call
him returned the information
that thn man could not be made
to answer the summons. The clerk , Mr.
Hull , then wont to XeifIu's room ami
found him lying on his bed dead. An
empty envelope markud "morphine1' lay
on the dresser at Xuigju's head and told
thu manner of bis taking oil" . Tnu man
had removed his clothing as carefully as
if preparing to retire for thu night. Mr.
Hull promptly notiliud Coroner Drexcl ,
who took charge of the remains of thu
deceased and removed them to his ollico
lo have an inquest , to bo held at 2 o'clock
Two unsealed letters were found in
eigle's room. Ono of Ilium was nd-
druasnd to Mrs. Cassali , in Kansas City ,
anil bnotly advised her to sue Mclntyru
for heavy damagns. Thu second Jotter
was addressed to .Mr. M. L. Van Scoten ,
thu Dodgu street hardware merchant , who
was a Iriund ol thosuiciuu. In this letter
Xeiglo requests Mr. Van Scolun to get
$50 , which belonged to the deceased ,
from Garlich & Johnson's bank nudhavu
him buried , llo wrote thnt ho did not
care where hu was buried , so that ho was
given a cheap fnnural. Nothing is known
01 Ziiiglo's relatives.
THIS HAI'TIST UMVKKSITV.
Tlio "Meeting In it * Interest at the
Hoard of Trade KOOIIIH.
Something over a dozen earnest men
met at thu board of trade rooms lust
evening in response to a call for a meet
ing of business men to take action look
ing to thu location of the proposed Bap
tist university in Omaha. Colonel Chase
was chosen chairman and Dr. Allen sec
retary. The chairman spoke briutly upon
the necessity of action in the matter.
Omaha , ho said , is the only place in thu
state where a university will prosper ,
and the city needs thu institution. The
denomination of the school was not to b <
considered when it came to donations
Omaha ncouls increased cduealional ad
vantages antl should have them.
Mr. L. D. Holmes , who is n member o
the board of trustees of the Baptist StuU
Educational association , made a st.itc
incut of the condition of the douominn
lion's educational advantage ? in tlmstati
and in the country. The college tha
was started under the direction of UK
denomination some years ace has beoi
closed up because on nceount of its loea
tion tt could not bo properly supported
The association at itsmuoting _ In Lineolr
in November received propositions from
Nebraska City , Ashland , York , Fair
mount , ( Jrantl Island aril othoi
enterprising Nebraska towns. Kebraskn
City lias oflored $100,000 , and oilier place.
have ollbrcd liberal Inducements to secure
the location of the institution. The trus
tees hail made an estimate that &UlOM )
should bo secured iu order to give the
university n proper start. Of this amount
Iho denomination at largo will give
$100,000 il Omaha will raise * 'JOO.OOO-
Anothur meeting will bo hold in Lincoln
next week , nnd unless Omaha conies for
ward with inducements the location will
not be secured.
U. W. Patterson , S. C Wllcox , A. W.
Clark , J. S. Richardson ami others urged
the necessity and advlsibillty of securing
for Omaha the location ot this educa
tional institution. After the matter had
been discussed at length , A. W. Clark , J ,
S Richardson antl Dr. O. F. Wood were
appointed to select an executive commit
tee of live persons whoso duty it shall bo
to devise ways and means for raising tlio
necessary funds for the university of
Personal l > urntraph < i.
J. A. DimuuuU , ge.uoral secretary of
the Y. M. C. A. at Lincoln , was m thu
P. E. Hall , superintendent of- construc
tion of thu l-rciiiout , Klkliorn & Missouri
Vulloy road , is In town.
D. Silbersluin , who recently severed his
connection with the Ilrm of Max Meyur
Sc Co. , has opened up an ulugant cigar
store at MOU Farnutn street.
Professor Blankenfuld , who has been
con lined to his bed thu past week with an
attack of neuralgia , lias recovered antl is
again attending lo his music lessons.
Dr. A. W. Lamar , of Memphis , Tenn. .
pnitor-ulcct of thu First ISaptist church of
this city , is the guest of Dr. O. S. Wood ,
and will remain hero during this ac
quaintance visit until Friday of next
week.Ilu will proacli lo his now charge
in this city Sunday rnorifmg and evening.
UUSK1X In Hutto City , Montana Tor. ,
January , at 7 n. m. , ot inllaination of the
lungs , Jlarvuy W. , sou of Gilbert , and Har
riet Kuskin , aged W years , 10 months and
The deceased was for twenty years of his
cany Hfo a resident ot this city and his many
trlends and former school mates , now crown
lo manhood and womanhood , will learn with
smprisc and grief of his sudden death.
lstxtoan yours , they hnvo 8to dlly ( fninod
In In. or , and with gnlt-s constantly increaMiiir
1m vo liooonio the most popular corset tlirouifh.
out tlio Unliol Flutes.
The K. 0 and H II Rrndos uromndo In SHOUT
MEDIUM AMI KXTIU I.oso WAIST , suitable for
nil tlguroii. The O quality , ninJo of Kn llali
Ccutll , Is warranted to wour twlco ns lonir na
HlKliost iiwurcls from all the World's Croat
Fairs. The Jn t moitul reoolvcul la lor KIIUT
or MnuiT , trom the lute Exposition
hold ut Now Orleans ,
While SCOIOB ol' pntenra hnvo bcon found
worthless , the principles of the Glove-Pitting
hnvo proved Invahmhlo.
Itotnllors nro nuthorl/.rrt to refund money , i" ,
on examination , theio Corsets do not prove its
lopinxontod. I'OK SAI.U KVKRVWIIRIUi.
CATALOG UK FUHi : ON AI'l'LICATlON.
THOMSON , LANGDON d CO. . New York.
JWTE AK MEBTfffi SSSS&SK ,
AENOHL ! * jgBthl , , cn < ! niirixiMCoBi ; >
. ; : * . . KxXhh'K ' curmili of
KlfctrlcJLf Ity dlrn-lly lliroi.Rli til wf.kTp.rtrrtitor-
Ji'gtntm ' / fiT(1 hmlln ana A iporouiStrrnglli. tlcctric
Current " > V > l < ltlnUnllr nr o i > rtilt SJ.HO In cmh.
Urrat il ImproirtnenUorer It ( jthf r t j ( . Worrt rapri IMT
jpiln-nlljrrurrillntlirMlnonUii. h , lfl p.mphltHc lump
The SandenEloctrio Co. IC9 LiSalloit , Chc ! > Q
Ono Agent ( Jlrn-iiant onlT irnntM In rrrrr town for
Your "TunBlU'rt I'uiich" Ko Clifar nro
lllo hot i-altos. 1 intend that ilioy filiall h
advertised. W V II. STKI-KM ON.
llufliilo , Now Vorlc
V hPn 1 f y euro 1 tin not mean ninrrly to mop them r > r A
time and tli nli votli ra rotnrn ; ln. I ini > n u radical rur .
I lima ranJa tha < Hiouo nr KIT ! ? . fcfll.hrHY i/r FAI.MM )
HICKNEsa a Ufa l.inil itinlr. Iwarrut inrnsnicdlocuru
the worit ciwo . } t riaio olhttrn hard fnllod Is no reaion fur
not nowrecrlrlnicarura. Henilat oucn Inr a trcatlioand a
rreo Uultloofmy Intilllbla rninixlr. OUo Eiprxxand 1'oit
Office. U cn t you notlilne fir n trial. . n < I I will "ire Tim ,
AlUn a , ) r < _ J ; 110UT > IM , .eatl
Cor lJh ! ( nnil Donplussts.
Capital Stock $150,000
Liability of Stockholders. . . . 30OOOO
The only regular Mulnirs bnnk m Ilio Rtato.FIvo
percent Intelost paid on deposits.
Loans Made on Heal Estate.
OuvC , IIAIITOX , I'ronlJoiit ; .1. J. Ilnow.v , Vlco
I'realdont ; I. , M. IUNNITT : , Manii'iiiLr i > i-
rector.IOIIN ; K. WIMIITII , Cnthlor.
21011 Cumin ! , ' .Street , Oniuliit , Nob.
General Banking Business ,
ForctKiinnil DoinoHtlo Ktrlinnitu Iluuclit mi'l fc'uU
anil Lollc-ctluni 3luilo , Intorcil I'atil uu Time
Jl'lU | ll .
NEGOTIATE LOANS ON REAL ES.
Tire Ininrauce. Soil Heal Ililn'ion Pimm < lon
< ilvciiroiuit | | n.tuntloii to ull buiiiiuiiniriiitu I li
to us.J'olc | > hunoBH.
W.O. TKMI'I-KTO.V. Ca
A.I ) . KINO , i'roslil ) n
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
in JO Xorth 1 < ; tlt Nlrci-t ,
Paid in Capital . $100,000
GKO. H. HAHKKIi , President.
UOHT. 1 UAUMCIIS , VIco-I'iT-sldent.
I1. II JOHNSON , Cushion
SAMiTnt.lt. JOHNSON , ( Ito. } ' . .
Uonr. L. ( iAitr.iciiH , WM. HK
r' . II. Joji.vbo.s.
A general bankltii , ' Imglntiss traiiiactoX
JnteJ tstuUo ed op tilno doposiu.
77o elmrttt If tlioro K or fan l > o , a
remedy for rheumatism ; but thousand * who
have suffered lt. p.iins have been r.rmtly ben
efited by Hood's Sarsaparlll.a. If you ha\o
failed to nnd relief , try this Rrcat remedy.
"I was afflicted with thcmnntlsm twenty
years. I'rcAlous to 19S3 I found no relief , but
prew wow , and at one tlmo was almost help-
le. . llooil's Sars.ip.-ullla did mo morn good
than all tlio other medicine 1 ever haJ. "
II. T. IUI.COM , Shirley VIlhRO. Ma s.
" 1 had rheumatism thrco years , and pot tin
relict till I took Hood's S-ininp.trlll.-k H has
ilono great things for me. 1 recommend it to
others. " Lewis ) ItuiuiAN'K , Ulildcford , Mo.
Hood's Sarsap.trlll.-x U characterized l > y
three peculiarities ! 1st , the romMmtfion ot
remedial agciitsj Sit , the proportion.- , the
l > roccti of securing the net ho medicinal
qualities. Tlio result Is amcillcino of unusual
strength , effecting cures hitherto unknown.
Send for book Containing additional crhlcnce.
"Hood's S.iwparllla tone * up my syMem.
rmincs my Mood , sharpens my am-ottic. and
fponu to nnko mo o\cr. " .1. V. TIIOMI-SON ,
Itcglstcr ot Deeds , l.oucll , Mass.
"Hood's Strsap-trllla beats all ntlioM , and
Mwortlitt welBlitliicplil. " 1 lUisiti.NUTOJf ,
130 Hank Struct , New xoik City.
Bold by nil Unipnlst * . f ' ; tor SS. Jiado
only by 0. 1. 1IOO1 > A CO. , Mass.
IOO DOBOS Ono Dollar.
CAPITAL PH1ZE , $ i50,000.
"Woilo hnri'liy ivrtlfy tlml \ o mipurvhn the
niriuiKiMiioniR rur nil tlio Monthly nnd foml-Ait-
mini Drnwlntr of Tlio loulilnnnSli\tn Loltory
roiniumj.iunl Inpciaon iniinn o unit e.introl
lliodratrliiKH lhoinsulvi , unit Unit the HHIIIO iiro
ooiuluelod with horn-sty , InlrneKii nnd In Rood
Inllh to\\nnl nil pitrtln" , nnd wo niilliorl/e tlio
romtmnr to n f > tills rot tlllenUi with fno-'lm-
f onrslKiiiilnresiUtiiclieil , in Us nilvurtlso-
Wo the tinilerslpiKHl llmilo nmt Itnnkor.s will
iwjr all I'rl/os drawn In The l/oulelinm Stnto
l < ottcrles which may bu presented lit our coun
J. H. OGLESIJY ,
President Louisiana N'ntlonid Hank ,
P. liAN'AUX ,
1'roMJont StiUo National tlniitc
A. BALDWIN ,
President Now Orleans Nhlloiml Iliiulc.
( j OVKII HAH-A MILLION UIH
LOU1SIAHA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY ,
Incorimrntod In 1803 for2S yours by the loirts
Innire lor IMucntlomil nnil Uliurltnblo purposes
with a capital of $ l,00lUUO ( to which u roturvo
lunil of over fjM.UOU has slueo hoen oilduil.
Hy tin overwhelming populnr vote Us rriinotilso
wns inmloii part oft ho present State Constitution
ndODtcil DeoontuoriM A. U. 197V.
The only lottery ovorvotwl on nnd mulorsod
by the peotiln ot miy Rtnto.
It never scnlos or post pones.
JtBirrmul BliiRlo number ilruivmira take plnoo
inonthlv. mul the ( c.iii-iiiniiiiil ilninliiim ro u-
Inily every nix inonllm i.Iuuo nnil Ooconilier ) .
Ahl'I.KNUIDOl'POIlTUNlTVTO WIN A fOHTUNIt
2iul flnind Driiwlnif. Cln s II. IK the Aendomy of
MUMP. Now Orleniii. Tnosilny. reUruury Stti ,
18d""ulnt Monthly Urnwnnr.
Notice. Tickets are $10 only. Halvoi , S3
Fifths $2. Tenths SI-
. , > Pur/nor W,003
i'l.AIKilt I'ltir.KSOV JO.dOO. . a i.o jo
"Ol'nr/K Olf 3.1KM. 20.0K )
GO " f/JO. .
ItH ) " 300. . ,
an aw. . 40.0W
MO im . noo)3
1,000 " &O.OJJ
100 Approilnmtlon prliesorif iVi. . . .
" " 3J.UOC
IOC " " 10o" lll.CU )
2.1TO Prlos nmntintitiirto Sn.Ti.fiflO
Appllcntlon for rutos to rlnh.s shoulil lie mmlo
onlr to tha ofllco of the company In Now Or
For further Information wrlln clonrlv , onnnr
full ix'ldrctw. 1'OSTAIj NOI'K.S Kxpmss Mnnaf
Ordorf , or Now York KvchaiiKii m ordinary lat
ter , currency br exnraiH ut our oxpuunu ud
Or M. A.OAUPHIN ,
n , D. a
Jtet/lntci'cil letter * to
NEW OUUJANS NATIONAL IJANIT.
n , 1'j \ TVT V V 'rllllt - " 10 | iri > cnco of
Iiirly , who iim In rlmnco of the clraivliik's , H 11 uiiiir-
11 KM ! ill iilioiilnln nilrnc-K iinil Intt-crllr. that tha
huiiccn lire nil ouuii' . nnil Dint no nno ran ( lON IIily
Ivlnij hlmt iiiiiiiliorA will ( InttT n I'rlro. All itutliti
hvrurtirti mlvortlHluK touuHnintoo J'rlioi In thin l.nt-
orr. or holillni ; inn nnr iillnir linini | > ll > lu Iniliion-
iii-nts. urn Hwhiillurn.unu only aim to dcculvoiiuil do-
ruuil tliu umvur > .
Speolnl Orcllnaucs JXo. DIG.
AN Oidliiimcdlovyliiir nwpoclal t v mid ns'-os'fc
inont on nil lots mid rnul cstutu ultlilu 1'nv-
l\\K \ \ District Nn. 4l ! , In the city ol omnliii. to
cover tlio c-ost of puvliiK Luiivunnorlh bticul ,
from Kllh Mrcdt to lull htri'ot.
WIIKIIKAK , it imvlmr ln'ii "ml helm ? hereby
ulJuduiMl.dotormliKMl nnd < > HtHbliliid Hint tlio
M'vrnil IOIH nnil pieces ol rnul itHliitiiluircliiiiMur
rofoni'd to , liuvoiiiich bcon Hpi-i-inlly lionolltiicl
o the lull iiiiioiint liiiinlii lovluil mid iitNust-i-il
iK'iiliiHt c-iu-li ol Mild Join nnil pluooH of i mil
obtnto , lospc'ctlvt'ly , liy losison ot the pnvliiK of
hut pint of Lcuvoiinorlh Btn-ot , Iiom 1'Mi
street to llth Htruut.
'I'liiiiiKroiu : , for tlm imrpofo of puylns Iho
cofll ot Mild piivliu ? ol Ijcavonwortli ulioot from
Iltll HtllMH to Mill 1-tlOOt :
In It orduiiiuil by thu city council of tlio oily of
Bortlmil. That the cost of puvliitf thntpait
nflAtiiM-nwoith ntiL-ot within 1'avliiK DMiIct
o. 4tl , Intliocllyof Omaha , lioiu lUlh Ktioot to
llh Htrcul , t-ali ] oust hohiK the hum of II.iiT7.il ,
10 Hint the Miiim Is liiiiiiliy Invlrd Hint ussc'HHi'd ,
n proportion to the lort limit aloiiKHiild paving
mil itccordhiK to Hixtchil bitnolllH liy irnson nl
alii puvliiK' . upon the lollowiiiK dcBcrlhod lottt
mil mill iistnto nn hliown hy lliOKunuially I
nl/i'il limp of the city of Oiniilm , IM1 , hllio-
irrnplKul nml piilillhhed by ( J , i : . .Miiynii , KiM co-4
liolnif M lovleil on Hulil loin ami iuul untutu , 10-
epecllvcly , us loltows. to-wll !
Nun.a Lot or Am't of
of Divncr. Debeilptlon , IIIoclc. 'I'nx
.Iniuinluh Mnlionoy . . . . t > lie. ins i nn
Mury Wullon/ u ! J ins ! . " . ai
IMwnnl AJIIPOIIW n'ifl w ill
. . . W41 ft 7 in
Iluuh Muiph ) 10 } nn ' .
.lormnliili .Mnlionoy K liir. Ml iiH
IKIIIICS l.uvl . . . . II ' .i I
John A 'ieliihlon . H" , 1 an 1.5 40
A O Powell . . ' tt Itli
line II Iliiiniiionil
J A McBliiinii nml
200 Uvl 07
Hue ) Ion " . That Haul m > < cl.il luxi K luvii'il iilinn
Mllll , Oil Mlill ICIH lO-'pl-OtUllly.Hllllll llOUOIIIIMlli
uiqiii'iii m lullouH. onotonili nf tlio lotal
iiiioiint MI Imicil on ourli of mid loin bliull ln < -
KOIIIO ilullii'jiicnt In Illly days tioni HID pus'-iijio
mil upproud nf thU nidlnaiicu , oiio-luiiiti in
nicyoiir. onu tonlh in two joins , onii-tcuth m
Im u yciirrt.onu tiintli In lour yi-nrH. ono loith
n llvo JCIIIN , ( inii-lcnlli In nix yrarx , OIIK lonlli
n hovcMcuiHiiiiu ii'iiili In itlifht j c r.j nnd one-
i-nlli in nllio JI-IIIM uimr mid levy , and IK n > f
lonitho piifiiiui' and niipiuvalol Ilia onMi-
ui''i ) K'tchol MI d lii-tiillinuiils , uxccjit the flr > ti
hull diaw Intfio-t al tlm HUD of mvcn per
lint , per iiiiniiin IKI'H ' din tiniiof Iho levy
lion-Mild , until iluianio hhiill liuuniu > d < 1m
qiionl. A penult ) nf llvo per rout tu einer
Mth inlcn-M nt Ihu iMto nno pci i cnl i < ir
iinnlli. pJViililn In inlvaiiee , sliull bo ii.j : . on
-ueli ili-liiiunciit Inntallniunt.
r ti' tiniiI. . 'I hut tlio onllro iiiiioiini of tax nn
< ; viul unit iisstisid'l nn miy of fcald II/IB may lju
uiul hy the onnur of any Jot , or llu-miliro O'iiiil '
ire ruin piopurtlou ol H.iM lux on nn.i ol'inld
OIK , in. i ) bo p.ild liy any person on ant pnitdf
Kill I luls within III ly da ) s limn mil Icvj M < J
hi'ioiipon Hijch lntM or purls ol lot * ehiill ' 10
lenipl lioni iin > llenor cliiuxo HICK fin
Keetion I. T.iiit lliinonliniiiice sluiP tut ' ullect
mil hu In fin-no ftoin ami ullur iu p.ibsnt " '
I'astdl .lunuuiy llth , 1 > 7.
WM. 1' . lli.i'ili : ! . , I'roililont Cuj UouiiuU.
3. II. .Siiiiriniin.Ciiy ( lek.
ApiiroM-d Juiiiiury lUtn. IM" .
. .lAMKBl'IIOVH. . Mnror.
Tlicso tinea HI c now duo und pit ) iibto 10 Ilia
city lifnsuivr , " < l will hf-comu dulliiUQ"t ( | tu
tihown In btfllun
btfllunTJIUUAN liL'OKjCltf Trcnsuror ,
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