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.THE OMAHA DAILY BEEi I TUESDAY. MARCH 22 , 1887.
t A BIG DIAMOND DISCOVERY
Ponca People Qo Wild Over a Remarkable
Find at That Place ,
A RIVAL FOR THE KOH-I-NOOR.
Tlircn Ounces anil n Ilnlf the AVc
of the Jewel The Falls City
Murder Other State
Ponca's Great Gem.
I'ONCA , Ntb. , March 21. [ Special Tele
gram to the HIK. : | More or less excitement
has prevailed In 1'onca during the past six
months o\er the laud purchases maho Imme
diately north ot the city , between It and the
Missouri rhcr , by parties In Hoston , Hock
Island and Sioux City at prices largely In
cxccn of the value of the land. What did
they want tlic'o lands for ? They are unlit
except In a few Instances for aerlctiltural
purposes. Was It that coal was discovered
iu them ? Some thought this theory altorded
a solution ot the matter , for at various times
parties have dug for and found coal In the
Vicinity coal , too , of such fair quality that
many Individuals here made use of It for fuel
purposes , declaring It burned well and was
as good coal as that for which they pay $7
per ton. Hut some still thought there was an
ulterior object and that n railroad bridge waste
to be built at this place. Ihe general opin
ion seems to have settled upon this conclu
sion as the most rational , owing to Ihe
natural site for a bridge at this
point , the river being narrow ,
with a rock bottom , some sixty
feet under the water , and the banks on
either side being high and firm. But the dis
covery ot diamonds bero within the last fuw
days seems to have unsettled all prior opin
ions with regard to the purchasing of the
lands by the parties stated. J. S. Koyser has
discovered what seems to be n diamond of
rare value and brilliancy. It weighs three
ounces and a half. Ho took It to Sioux City
for examination and theio ho was ollored
$40,000 for a fourth interest In the find ,
Other parties wished him to go with them
to Now V ork to diamond experts there for
the purpose of determining what the mineral
was , diamond or ruby , offering to liquidate his
expenses there and back and furnishing
money to work up the matter. Whatever It
Is , there Is the greatest excitement In 1'onca
The Falls City Murder.
FALLS CmNeb. . , March 2L | Special to
the UKK.J There seems to be wild rumors
afloat In regard to the killing of Frank Nc-
borgall by John Marvin here Saturday last
The account of the affair which appeared in
the BKB ot yesterday is correct ana direct
from an eye witness , who was talking with
Marvin when NebcrgaU came down the street
and attacked him. Only a few minutes be
fore the affair took place Nebergall tried to
borrow a revolver from a traveling man at
the hotel , and when asked what he wanted
with It said he "would kill the whole d d
Marvin family. " lie afteiwards went to the
store of W. M. Maddox and bought one , then
. started out to lind Marvin ( which ho did ) ,
and as soon as he seen Marvin standing
on the walk ho made n lunge for him , strik
ing at him the same time. Marvin being
a much smaller man than ho was had to pro
tect himself the best he could , so no drovr his
revolver , which was a self-acting one , and
began to club Nebergall over the head , and
while In the act of striking him he missed the
top of tils head and the weight of the weapon
coming down was accidentally discharged ,
with the above result Marvin was cool at
lirat and bald he did not shoot him Intention
ally , lie gave himself up to an officer , and
Nebergall , who died Instantly , was carried to
the Union hotel , where Coroner II. C. Kyau
took charge of the body , empanelled a jury
and held an Inquest.
The Jury returned the following verdict :
"Wo. tne jury.sworn and cmpannollfld by M.
C. Hyan , coroner of Kichardson county , Ne
braska , to hold an Inquest upon the body of
Frank Nebeuall now lying dead before us ,
do find from the evidence before us that the
Bald Frank Nobergall came to his death by a
pistol shot discharged from a revolver in the
hands ot John Marvin , and that the said
shooting and killing was purposely and
feloniously on the 10th day of March Ib87. "
Since the verdict ot the jury has become
known considerable feeling is expressed
against the last part of the verdict , where
they say it was "purposely" and "felon
iously , " for according to the testimony of
the man who stood only a few foot from
Marvin there Is not a shadow of doubt but
what he did it accldcntallyiwhilo defending
himself. The deceased leaves a wife , who of
late was employed at the Union house din
ing room. Marvin Is a married man and
Las lived here Irom boyhood. Ills brother ,
O. P. Marvin , of the Beatrice Democrat. Is
I hero to-day to make arrangements for the
Destructive Five nt Coznil.
COZAD , Neb. , March 21. [ Special Tele-
tram to the UKIXJ At 11 o'clock yesterday
morning the large two-story brick block ,
owned by Watson Graham , was discovered
to be on ( Ire and In less than half an hour ,
the building with contents , was entirely de
stroyed. The building was occupied as fol
lows : 8. K. Williams , flour and feed , loss ,
f 1,500 , no Insurance : II. A , Darner , hard-
wear , loss 85,500 , insured in Fhomlx for
92,600 ; Grand Army ot the Kepubllo lodge
room , everything lost , and a public hall ,
A high northwest wind prevailed and car-
f tied lire to W. II. Dlackman's drug store ad-
t J scent. This , with contents , was entirely de-
, , gtroyed. Loss $2.500 , small Insurance. Mr.
Blackman's dwelling house being adjacent
the store , also fell a prov to the llames , and
with contents was destroyed. Loss 91,500 ,
no insurance. The Bundy hotel was also on
fire several times , but by heorlo efforts was
nut out The excitement for a time was in
tense , as the prairlo was on lire on all sides
and for awhile It seemed as If the entire
town would bo wiped out of existence. The
cause of the tire'ls unknown.
Grand Island Nominations.
GRAND ISLAND , Neb. , March at IHpcclal
Telegram to the BEE.J At a cltizous meet-
on Saturday evening W. II. Flatte , A leading
attorney and old resident ol this city , was
nominated for mayor ; Henry Garn was
nominated for police judge ; John W. Wcsl
for city ticnsurer , mid 0. W. Brlnlnger foi
I city clerk. The former thiuo are democrats
d nod the latter Is a republican. It Is a strong
I ticket , but may bo weaUcned by a split ,
f. owing to the fact that the Knights of Laboi
I were Ignored. There Is FOIIIO probnbllltv
tlmt a candidate that they can support will
L vet bo put In Uio Held. Mr. 1'latto was called
I' ' ; lor and madn n stlrilnc speech In favor ell
l < enforcing existing laws and a reformatory
D city government , and pledged himself tc
| v furthering the highest Interest of Grand
ft : Island by encouragement of enterprises to
| 2 Jielp the growth ot the city.
I Doatli of Uotiry Carrie.
If COI.UMIIUS , Nob. , March , 2U [ Special
I. Telegram to the BKK. | Henry Carrig , oi
I' Shell Cieok , died last night after n long ill-
I ness from oancer of the stomach. IIo carni
It to Platte county In 1858 , was a very thrifty ,
I i" Industrious farmer and cattlu dealer , accumu
i'r latlng a handsome property of between
I/- $40,000 and 950,000. He was about Ufty-livi
f years ot age ami "leaves a wife and sever
| wi children. _
I ] Barglary at Fort Dodge.
It Fonr DODOE , la. , March 21 , [ SpecialTele
Ik fram to the BKK.I The merchant tallorlnc
Lf , . . and clothing store ot Ilhonistoad & Yoslfi
f' ' was broken Into last evening and over S4CK
I' ' . . ' worth ot goods stolen. Thu robbers made nr
! . , entrance by cutting a panel out ot the back
Is door and nnlocklng It There la no clue a :
If * . yet ti tue thieves.
L'r CullUlon at Ore ton.
P'Cnuirros , la , , March 2L ISpecial Tele
| t * jrratn to the BKK. | There was a collUloa o :
\fy \ Jreliht trains two ml lea west of this city a
Ig , 11 o'clock last nlglu. An engine was badl ;
W wrecked and thrown Into a ditch. Tea can
K loaded with corn and provision * wen badlj
' * . f amaKMl and oUscro more or l broken up
Fifty feet ot track was torn up. The track
was cleared and trains running at 8.53 this
morning , The cause was the nrst section of
the freight broke loose on the hill and ran
j.nck to the second section , which was fol
lowing and could not bo stopped , as It was
going down hill. The engineer and llrcmau
luiiined for life. The Jlrflman waq uninjured
uut thecnulncer , John Van Gent , had his
back badly wrenched and injured hln chest ,
but it Is thought that he Is not dangerously
town Supreme Court
DKS MOINKO , la. , March SI , [ Special Tel
egram to the BKE.I The supreme court
to-day rendered the following decisions :
E. Coleman vs the Omega Lodge of Kroo
Masons ot al , appellants , Fiemont clicult.
Frederick K. Maehrr , appellant , vs John
Jenswold , jr. . Palo Ally circuit. AlJlrmed.
Elizabeth Gardner , appellant , vs , Isaiah
I.Iehtfoot. Jasper circuit. Afllrmcd.
llenry Vorwald vs C. 0. Marshall , appel
lant , Delaware circuit Alllrnicd.
M. Karschflmcr & Co. . appellants , vs John
T. Stewart , Pottawattamlo circuit Iteversed.
Nettle Arnold , appellant vs 1) . 8. Goshall ,
Tamil district Reversed.
W. 1C. I'ershlnjretal , appellants , vs Chicago
Burlington & CJulncy railroad. Aflltmed.
Ready For the Trials.
Sioux CITV , la. , March 21. | Special Tele
gram to the BBE.J Arrangements are fast
completing for the opening of the lladdock
murder trials on Wednesday of the present
week. Developments ot the most startling
and Interesting nature are expected and
there Is no longer any question but what
some will bo made. Many outside paitics
are already here to attend the trials. It is
not known what the detense will a.sic con-
cernlne the matter of a judge to try the cases
whether they will object to Judge Lewit or
The Sentence Mono Too
MONTKZUMA , la. , March 21. ( Special Tele-
cram to the Bie. | The trial of Andrew
Brown for Inhuman cruelty in whipping a
little colored boy to death hasconcluded with
n verdict of murder in the second degree , and
lie was sentenced to the penitentiary for ten
years. The trial of his accomplice , Chloe
Uoblnson , will be held next month.
Society Circles Surprised.
IOWA CITV , la. , March 31 , [ Special Tele
gram to the BEK. ] Society circles were quite
taken by surprise here by the marriage on
Saturday evening last of T , S , Batdridge and
Mrs. Ida May Pryco. The groom was the
valedictorian at the recent medical com
mencement of the state university , and the
brklH is the queen of song of this city , so
widely known in musical circles.
An Accidental Shooting.
FORT DODGE , Ia > , March 2L [ Special Tele-
cram to the BKK.I Jacob Schmall accident
ally shot Payne Daud In the groin yesterday
while fooling with a target rl do that he didn't
know was loaded. The wound Is not consid
ered fatal. The size of the ball is twenty-
two calibre. Both are young men.
A Oarabaldlan Fatally Injured.
Duiiuqun , la. , March 2L [ Special Tele
gram to the BEK.J A trackman named
Blond ! was struck by a passing train on the
Chicago , Burlington & Northern road this
afternoon and Is supposed to be fatally In
jured. lie is an Italian and served uudet
A Brakomnn Killed.
KEOKUK , la. , March 21. [ Special Tele
gram to the BEE.I Frank Mosior , ot Monroe ,
married , a brakeman on the Rock Island ,
fell while detaching cars at Otloy , Sunday ,
and was run over and killed.
Nebraska and Iowa Weather.
For Nebraska and Iowa : Fair weather ,
becoming warmer , variable winds.
CHICAGO'S tiAKE FilONT.
The Illinois Central Company Gains
a Partial Victory.
CHICAGO , March 31. ( Special Telegram
to the BEE.-Tho Illinois Central railway ,
which has grabbed land on the lake front
valued at $50,000,000 , gained a partial victory
in the United States district court to-day. A
motion was made by the railroad company
before Judge Blodgett to compel the state of
Illinois to close up pioofs by May 1. Judge
Trumbull for the railroad company argued
that the motion ought to bo granted because
ot the evident disposition of the complain
ants to cause annoyance by delay. Messrs.
Jewett and B. F. Ayre also appeared for the
defense. Attorney General Hunt , E. B.
McCagg , Norman Williams and C. S , liolt ,
who appeared for the complainant , all de
nied that there has been any unnecessary
delay on the part of the complainants.
What delay there bad been was caused
by the railroad company itself. By its agents
It had lobbied against the bill of Congress
man Adams , which sought to have the United
States government made a party to the suit
Attorney General Hun tasked Judge Blodgett
If the tact of making the order to close proof
would necessarily prevent the granting of a
preliminary Injunction restraining the Illi
nois Central from making any further en
croachments , as they are doing now , below
Fouitecntb street pending the taking of tes
timony in the case. Judge Blodgett replied ,
"Not . " Then the
necessarily so. attorney gen
eral asked If the order to close the taking of
proof would prevent the United
States fiom entering appearance In the
case. The court replied that un
doubtedly on application by the fed
eral Government it would be allowed to come
in. Then the attorney general flatly asked the
court to grant a restraining order enjoining
any further encroachments on the rUhts of
the people of Illinois by the railroad corpora
tion. The defense objected all around.
Judge Blodgett tinally said that such an ap
plication could not be hoard without having
arguments which would practically enter
into the merits of the whole case and thus
open It up throughout. "I do not feel , " he
said , "that It li my duty just at present to do
so. There Is a press ot business on band
whlch'iuust be attended to at once. I don't
care to take up the matter when It must
come to trial so soon , anyhow. The whole
case must be heard In June , and In the mean
time I thInic no Interests of tlm pcoplo will
sutler. " Attorney General Hunt asked if
the complainants were not entitled to have
their riparian rights respected and begged
that matters be carried no further until the
case bad been heard and a decision
given. Judge Blodgett coldly replied :
' No interests will sutler in such a short time
as will elapse between now and June , and
what is still more Important , if the courl
grant such a restraining order all motive fos
the complainants to bring the case to n
speedy trial will be lott ana the matter will
be allowed to drag along as it has done tot
the last thirty ye.irs. Tno motion for a res
training order is denied. " At this the at
torneys for the railroad company were vis
ibly rejoiced. This Is the llrst signal victory
for their side. An oioer was also Issued
compolllni : the complainants to close prool
by May 1 and defend ants by May 15 ,
A Cable Rnad Enjoined.
CUICAQO , March Si , Judge Tuloy , of th (
circuit court , granted a temporary injunction
this afternoon against the construction ol
the cable railroad In the north division ol
the city upon the application of a contesting
property owner that the proposed cable svs :
tern would Injure his land. This throws 3,00 <
men at work on the road out ot employment
Ihn Demurrer Overruled.
NEW YORK , March SI. In the case ol
Adam W. Spies against the Chicago & Illi
nois railroad company for 882,500 , which the
plaintiff Invested In bonds of the road , aniJ
\\mci ! the defendant demurred to the suit
Judge Wheeler to-day In the United States
circuit court overruled the demurrer. lie de
cidcd that the plaintiff had a right to brine
suit for the recovery of his money.
Collector Thompson's Successor.
WASHINGTON , March 21. It Is said thai
W. W. Stewart , of Des Momes , la. , will bt
appointed collector of internal revenue foi
the second district of Iowa , vlco W. C
Thompson , deceased.
Took Down the Cable.
BUFFALO , N. Y.Match SL-In accordance
with the compromise between the cUUons
commute * and the telephone company the
cable of the latter on Main * tte l wa taken
down tills morning.
Another New England Man Mentioned for
tbo Intor-Stato Commission ,
ONLY THREE MEMBERS CHOSEN.
IJi-Scnator Eaton Discusses the Pros-
tlcntlal Probabilities of 1888-Tlio
Most Available CamllUatcs
Other Washington NewH.
The Intcr-Stnto Question.
WASHINGTON , March 21. [ Special Tele-
cram to the BIR. : | The ono absorbing topic
In Washington continues to be the personnel
of the Inter-state commission. Every man
prominent In business or political life who
comes here Is at once seized upon as a certain
candidate for a place on the board and he Is
Interviewed and pumped until ho leaves. W.
W. Crape , of Massachusetts , who was here on
Saturday , It Is learned to-day positively de
clined the proffer of a place. It seems to be
the settled conviction of everyone that a Now
England man Is to bo present before the
president can announce the appointments.
The latest to be selected by common consent
Is lion. Jobn W. Candlcr , ot Boston , who was
a member ot the Forty-seventh congress. Mr.
Candlcr only served one term , but during
his service he made an exceedingly valuable
member of the commerce committee , which
committee at that time had charge of the river
and harbor bill. He voted for the
pabsago of that bill over the veto ot Presi
dent Arthur and that veto retired him to pri
vate life. It Is said to-night that Mr. Cand-
ler ran thavo a place on the board It he will
accept , but his friends heie think tlmt ho can
not be Induced to do so. With a Massachu
setts man decided upon the board will bo
practically complete , though It Is said at the
white house tlmt only tin PC members have
been definitely chosen. It Is understood
that HIP nftli man will como from Now York
and that the president has several good men
in tlmt state from whom to choose , any one
whom he knows will accept
. PRESIDENTIAL ritOHAnil.lTIKS.
Ex-Senator Eaton , of Connecticut , was
talking with a reporter to-day about the po
litical outlook toward 1883 : "If the repub
lican nominating contention wore to meet
to-morrow 1 think Mr. Ulaine would cer
tainly bo the choice. Not" he added , "that
he is their strongest man , The strongest
man they could nominate is John Sherman.
He would make the best run. But , of all the
republicans I think that Mr. Edmunds
would make the best president. The admin
istration would bo clean. He cannot get the
nomination , though. "
"It has been suggested that Mr. Blalne
would not like to see another republican
elected immediately after his defeat"
"I know ; but if Blaine is not nominated
himself he will name the man , as he did Gar-
iiold. and will do all ho can to secure his
"Allison. I supnose , " said the reporter.
"If so he will bo elected , " was the em
phatic reply of the democratic ex-senator.
"What Is the outlook for tbo democrats ? "
"I don't like to talk about It 1 am a dem
ocrat and 1 don't like to think about it , " and
ho shook his head suggestively.
AX UNOUAItnKI ) TllUASUBV.
The press dispatches have announced the
fact that the ofllclals of the treasury have
given orders that several men who made
frequent visits to the vaults should no longer
be admitted. These men have boon lineor-
init around the department for some time ,
and It was toarod that their designs upon
the wealth which was stored in the collar
was not altogether a proper one. The de
partment has for some time past allowed
visitors into the vaults between the hours of
12 and 2 o'clock each day. The enormous
silver store-house Is literally packed full ;
there Is not room for oven another bag , and
naturally the sight of this vast amount of
bullion attracts the cupidity of impecunious
visitors. It Is a ( treat many years since an
attempt was made to rob the treasury and no
ono has ever tried to carry off the coins stored
since the Bland law made storage necessary.
Beyond twenty-five or tUlrtv watchmen who
are employed to watch the building when the
clerks are gone there is absolutely no pro
tection whatever against robbers , and It is
doubtful if any Is needed. It is possible
tlmt a uang of thieves might secrete them
selves somewhere In the building and per
haps they inlulit bo able to break into some
of the smaller vaults , but the exposed posi
tion of the building would make it an ex
ceedingly dangerous undertaking and It is
hardly likely that any thief would have the
hardihood to attempt it Thn fact that the
building is not watched from the outside
causes no comment whatever from peoolo
who know how things are conducted In this
country , but the English visitors to the capi
tal always wonder why a squad of soldiers
are not detailed to parade in front of the
treasury building bv night as is the case in
London in the neighborhood of tue Ba nk of
ADMITTED TO PnACTICE.
The following attorneys were admitted to
practice before the interior department
to-day : John P. Swlsber , Cedar Rapids ;
Thos. Malleson , Panora ; O. McFall , VV. G.
Jones , Oskoloosa ; F. M. Darrlngton , Chad-
ron ; A. 8. Drake , Ipswich ; Robert P. Alli
son , Steele ; Nelson F. Boucher , Washburn ;
John J. Skuso , Fargo , Dak.
TENSIONS QUANTED IOWANS.
Iowa pensions were granted to-dav as fol
lows : Sarah E. , widow of John Dcnbow ,
Albion , ( original ) jLevl S. Silvester , Albla ;
Hlrim Pearce , Creston ; Isaac Willett ,
Columbus Junction ; John W. Jones , Manson -
son : Stephen Cain , Dubuque ( increase ) ;
Calvin K. Jackson , Piano ; John F. W.
WIcko , Kcokuk ( restoration ) . Reissued and
incieasod : John Deubow , deceased ( of
widow ) Albion.
1'rltchett Among the Appointees.
WASHINGTON , March 31. The president
made the following appointments this after
noon : George E. Prltchett , United States
district attorney for Nebraska ; Emory B.
Sellers , United States district attornev for
Indiana ; Thomas llaydon , . United States
district attorney-for Nevada.
No Now. Indictments.
CHICAGO , March 21. Contrary to general
expectations the special grand jury failed to
return any additional Indictments this morn-
Last ulght the Dyers' Colored Comedy
company began a week's engagement at
this theater , presenting their Jaughablo
comedy , "Tho Blaokvillo Twins. " This
company is composed entirely of colored
people and is undoubtedly the best now
traveling. The audience last night , was
convulsed with laughter from the begin
ning to the close ol the entertainment.
Mrs. Ilyor and Gertrude Hovels , as the
twins , acted their part in a most pleasing
manner. Hilly Carroll and Tom Davis ,
the comedians , carried the house by
storm their acting being extremely
funny. The singing of this company is
very line , the solos , duetts and quartetts
winning numerous encores. Taken as a
whole this is certainly the most pleasing
entertainment that has been witnessed at
the People's this season. The same bill
will bo repeated to-night und will un
doubtedly bo received by a. largo house.
A Daft Dame From Denver.
Aunio Forrest , a lady of neat attire
and faded beauty is posing as a puzzle
before the police authorities. She hails
from Denver , and came hitherto let Mar
shal Cummings sbaro the credit of a biq
murder mystery she has unearthed. She
also tolls , in an oft-hand way , of a great
fortune to which she has recently become
solo legatee. She was seized by tho-po
lice as a crauk clangorous to bo at largo a
few days ago , but was immediately re
leased for some rcasori. Yesterday she
was again arrcsted.and to-day the county
commissioners will ship her back tc
Fourth Ward meeting.
Thcro will bo a regular meeting of the
4th Ward Republican club , at the store
of C. J. Johnson , U8Ui and Farnam. on
Tuesday evening , March 23d , at T:3C :
o'clock. By order of the club.
JOHN 8. WOOD , Secretary.
By C J. JOUNSON , Secretary pro tern.
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Trie School No * l /After / Health Re *
forms Th'e chool r/ims.
The board of ujlitqatlon mot last night
with a full attendance of members. A
number of nppll dtlns | for positions as
assistant teacher ? were received and re
ferred to the connnlttuo on leacliors and
text books. Thajyd'icd question of base
ment school rooms u as brought tip by a
protest of Mr. J.1 If. Rccd against the
further use of llioscmout , ) of the Long
school. The petitioner stated Ills two
children , who hate been attending school
in the basomont.'aro'contlnually ' Incom
ing * Ick as a result of the confinement in
the damp , unhealthy basement. Mr.
Coburn moved that the two basomciit
rooms in the Long school , two In the
Lcavonworth and one in the I/.ard bo va
cated at the close of the present week ,
Members Davis , LIvcsov , Clark and the
chairman were opposed to the motion
claiming that there should bo some pro
vision made for the accomodatiou of
children now attending the basement
rooms before the rooms are vacated.
Those favoring the motion claimed that
it should be adopted as no steps would
be taken to secure other rooms until the
basements were vacated. The motion
prevailed and the committee on buildings
and property wan instructed to secure
school room for the accommodation of
students now attending in the basement
The committee on buildings and and
property reported that they had rented
a room on South Thirteenth street for one
year for the relief of Center street school.
Mr. Conoyer's resolution , authorizing
the payment of the teachers'pay roll as
soon as approved by the committee on
claims , so the teachers can draw their
pay for March before vacation , was
The members then indulged in a little
amusement in an effort to change the
name of the Georgia avenue schooC Mr.
Blackburn proposed the name of Park
school. Mr. Coburn wanted it called
Blackburn school ; Mr.Longproposed the
name of Mann school , and Mr. Clark that
of Garfield. After a good deal of voting
and more comment the propositions were
all voted down.
The architects who are to furnish plans
for the new buildings at the corner of
Twenty-eighth and Webster and in
Omaha View were required to furnish
the board with duplicate plans and the
time for receiving bids for the construc
tion of the buildings was extended until
On motion of Mr. Davis the vote , by
which the architects were instructed to
propose plans for both the steam
and hot air systems of ventilation
m the proposed buildings , was reconsid
ered ana the instruction given to prepare
the plans for the steam heating svstem.
This was also afterwards reconsidered
and made the special order for an ad
journed meeting to bo held onV cducs-
day afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The board thonJtook up the amend
ments that are proposed to the school
law now pending ; ln ( the legislature. It
was resolved to bojtho sentiment of the
board that the nunMr of the members of
the board shall noli bo increased ; that the
time of election be the first Monday in
April ; that the board have the power to
fix the salary of thfe .Secretary . , and that
the members of the bbard be chosen by a
general vote and np by wards.
Yesterday was 'thp ' last day of the
March term of thoco'unty court.
In the county court the QuconCity
Shirt company , of ! &cw YorK , commenced
suit against MclnriiV & Bussoy for $212.63
on account. David Richardson , of New
York , commenced a Suit against A. At
kinson for $335.07 oh' nccouut. The
Omaha National bank , sought judgment
against Eugene Tribblc for $500.
In the district court W. A. Rowland
began action tor the forecloseuro of a
mechanics' lien to secure n claim ot
$149.83 against Otis and Harriet N.
Haynos. Meyer Ilellman began suit
against Henry Iloman ot : il to quiet title
to the nwj of the nej of section 34 , town
ship 10. _
South Omaha Nominations.
A citizens' meeting was held at South
Omaha last evening for the purpose of
placing in nomination n ticket for city
officers in opposition to that placed be
fore the people last week. The following
were nominated for the various ollicos :
Mayor , E. P. Savage ; police judge ,
Judge Rubber ; treasurer , P. M. Hunt ;
city engineer. Henry Kcinhart. The
adjourned until to-night , when they will
assemble in the various wards for the
nomination of aldermen.
Ran Over ana Killed.
A railroad man named Burns was run
over and instantly killed at an early hour
in the Union Pacific yards this morning.
The coroner look charge of the remains.
The revenue collections yesterday
amounted to $4,800.00.
Henry Long was arrested last night
charged with , rilling the pockets of a
drunken man namea Anderson of $14.
Belle Sanford , the notorious , was sen
tenced bv Judge Stenberg yesterday af
ternoon to twenty days in the county
jail , for robbing a granger of $18.
Peter Block , a cook at the Paxton
house , was arrested by Officer White last
night jfpr an assault upon Charles Fidlcr ,
the steward at the same hostlcry.
Advices were received In this city last
night , to the effect that the remains of
Henry D. Rumsoy. whoso sad death m
the Buffalo hotel fire was noticed in Sat
urday's BEE , were interred in Fort
Wayne , lud. Mr. Rumsoy was well
known in this city , having for two years
conducted the Co//.ens hotel on Ninth
street. Ho loft hero in December 1880 ,
for the purpose of visiting friends in the
east. lie was formerly a captain in the
United States navy and had a son in the
naval academy at Annapolis. The
deceased had many ) trionds in Omaha
and Nebraska , who will loam with grief
of his tragic death" ' ,
It In a , Curious Fact *
That thn body is noyinoro susceptible to
buncflt from modioinor than at any other
season , llonco the importance of taking
Hood's SarsapanllafHUw , when it will do
you the most good. ' " $ is really wonder
ful for purifying an& nricliing the blood ,
creating an appetite- jul giving tone to
the whole sybtom. 'Pc-suro to got Hood's
Sarsaparilla , whichJspcculiar to itself.
C. K. Maynowns 'put ycstorduy after a
serious ten days' illijij s.
Jean Decker , of iho' Black Hills Pioneer
neer , Dcadwood , DftkJJ is in the city on n
short visit. XMC'- ' ?
Frank U. Morrissey , of the Herald , loft
Friday for St. Paul , and is still in that
W. J. Holphroy , n road agent , em
ployed by Pcnrosc & Hardin , is m from
a successful trip through Nebraska.
Mr. J. L. Miles , a banker from Daven
port , Iowa , bought about flOO.OOO ol
Omaha city property loans last week.
Ho expresses himself as well pleased
with Omaha and says ho intends to loan
a million of dollarn hero this yoar.
Daniel Miller , of Donegal , Pa. , bought
a pair of common white rabbits a year
ago. Ho now has seventy rabbits , the
offspring of the original pair.
Sale of Tahnngo lecture tickets for re
served section Tuesday morning , March
23 , at 0 a. m. , exposition building.
AVENGING A SISTER'S WRONGS
Grant Hart , of Hastings , Tolls How Ho
Killed Dr. Itanilall ,
WESTERN LEAGUE SCHEDULE.
The Board of IMitoatlon Shippers
Uurrcctlng Atmscs South Omalm
Nominations Court Notes-
City News In General.
Dr. Mandates Slayer.
"There goes the boy who killed Dee
Randall , " said n Hustings gentleman tea
a BKK reporter nt the Union i'acltio depot
yesterday cvonlnc , pointing out a young
man who was crossing the platform
toward the waiting room. The reporter
followed into the room and found him-
eulf f acini ; n young , boyish looking fol
low , about eighteen ycnrs of age , with
bright keen blue eyes , light black hair
and n face as smooth and rosy as that of
n country school girl. Ho were a neat
fitting ready-made suit of a gruylsh color
and a black slouch hat. Of the sooro or
more of young men who were in the
room tit the time ho was the last ono
whose looks or bearing would indicate
him capable of killing a man as
he did Dr. Randall at Hastings on
Saturday. Ho appeared ill at ease , glanc
ing nervously about him , and appeared
startled when the reporter addrcsscdllum
as "Mr. Hart. " lie looked as though he
expected to see a pair of handcuffs Hashed
upon him at the next moment. When
made aware of tbo interviewer's identity ,
hlH face assumed a bored only-a-rcportcr
look common witli men of more experi
"Tho papers , " said young Hart , "have
already given all of the facts , " when
asked for particulars concerning his
shooting of Dr. Randall , the man who
had ravished his little cloven-year-old
sister at Hastings.
When pressed to tell the details of the
aflair the young man demurred and was
only brought out by the question , "Did
you go to the court house with the inten
tion of killing Randall ? " To this he
quickly replied :
"No , sir. 1 had no idea of such a thing
two seconds before it was done. "
"How did it happen V"
"I stood in the crowded court ro era
listening to the evidence. When my
poor sister , who was too weak to walk ,
was helped into the witness chair
and told the story of the
brutal treatment she had received at
Randall's hands my blood fairly boiled.
She testified that she had been drugged
and kept from her boarding house and
subjected to the most fearful treatment.
Judge Fleming had just fixed the old
scoundrel's bail when I felt something
slipped into my hand and my fingers
closed upon a revolver. Instantly I was
seized by an absolutely uncontrollable
desire to avenge my sister's wrongs and
I raised the pistol , took a hasty but ac
curate aim and pulled the trigger. If it
had been my own mother against Jwhom
I held such a feeling as I had that instant
I would have fired just the same. When
I daw Randall fall the thought that I had
killed a man Hashed through my brain
and overcome mo entirely. 1 turned
sick at heart. I don't know what became
of the revolver. Some ono took hold of
my arm and pushed me front the court
room. On the stairs two men took mo
and led me across the street to Duitz's
lumber yard and kept mo
there a couple of hours ,
then they hurried me to a place of con
cealment. 1 came to Omaha this morn-
"Where are you coinp now ? "
"I don't know. At the suggestion of
friends in Hastings 1 have scon an able
Omaha attorney and ho advises mo to go
back to my homo , relying on the feeling
there to protect mo from prosecution. I
have some relatives in Iowa and I may
go over and see them for a week or two
Before I decide what 1 shall do. " The
interview was ended suddenly by Hart ,
who responded to the call of "all aboard"
from the conductor of the cast bound
Kansas City train.
THE WESTERN LEAGUE.
The Schedule of Games For the Com
The schedule committee of the West
ern league met at Topekrt on Sunday and
prepared the following schedule of
games for the coming season :
The Denvers At Hastings. May 5 , 0 , 7 ,
July 0 , 7 , 8 , August 30 , 81 , September 1 :
at Lincoln , May 10,11,13 , July 9,11,13 ,
September 2 , 8 , 5 , ; at Omaha , Slay 18.14 ,
15. July 8 , 4 , 4 , September 7 , 8 , 9 ; at Topeka -
poka , May 28 , 30 , ill , July 22 , 23. 25 , Sep
tember , 23 , 2-1 , 20 ; at Kansas City , May
25 , 20 , 27 , July 20 , 27 , 28 , September 20 ,
21 22 ; at Loavenworth , May 21 , 23 , 24 ,
July 19 , 20 , 21 , September 10 , 17 , 18 : at
St. Joe , May 18,19 , 20 , July 14 , 10 , 17 ,
The Hasting At Denver , April 21 , 23 ,
24 , Juno 19 , 21 , 22 , August 17,18,19 ; at
Lincoln , May 13.14,1C , July 2 , 4 , 4. Sep
tember 7 , 8 , 9 ; nt Omaha , April 20 , 27 ,
May 28 , 29 , 80 , July 23 , 241 , 24. September
September 20 , 21 , 22.
ThoLincolns At Denver April 20. 27.
28 , Juno 24,25 , 20 , August 21 , 23 , 31 ; at
Hastings April 80 , May 2. 3 , Juno 28 , 29 ,
30 , Aucust 20 , 27 , 29 ; at Omaha April 21 ,
23 , 21 , June 19 , 21 , 2' ' , August 17 , 18 , 19 ;
at Topcka May 18 , 19 , 20. July 14 , 15 , 10 ,
September 20 , 31 , 23 ; at Kansas City ,
May 21 , 23 , 24 , July 19 , 20 , 21 , September
23 , 24 , 35 ; at Loavenworth May 28 , 29 , 80 ,
July 20 , 27 , 28 , September 11 , 13 , 14 ; at
St. Joe May 25 , 20. 27 , July 23 , 23 , 21 ,
September 10 , 17 , 18.
The Omahns Al Denver April GO , May
1 , 8 , Juno 2 ! ) , 80 , July 1 , August 20 , 27 , 28 ;
ut Hastings May 10 , 11 , 12 , Juno 24 , 25 , 27 ,
August 22 , 2J , 24 ; at Lincoln May 5 , 0 , 7.
17. 18 : at Lcavonworth May 25 , 20 , 27 ,
JulyS. , 23 , 31. Soptombcir 20 , 21 , 2i ; at
St. Joe May 28 , 2'J , 30. July 19 , 20 , 21 , Sop-
Iciuucr 23 , 21,25.
The Topukas At Denver , Juno 2 , 4 , 5 ;
July 80. 81 , August 2 ; September 2i , 29 ,
80 ; ut Hastings , Juno 7 , 8 , 9 ; August 4 , 5 ,
0 ; October 3 , 1,5 ; at Lincoln , Juno 15 , 10 ,
17 ; August 12,18 , 15 ; October 11 , 13 , 13 ;
at Omaha , Juno 11,13,13 ; August 7,9,10 ;
October 7 , 8. 9 ; at Kansas City , April 80 ,
May 1 , 8 ; July 3 , 4 , 5 ; August 21 , 28 , 21 ; at
Leavcnworth , May 5 , 7 , 8j July 0 , 7 , 8 ;
September 7. 8 , 0 ; at St. Joe , May , 10,11 ,
12 ; July 9 , 10 , 12 ; August 3 , 4 , 5.
The Kansas Citys At Denver , June 7 ,
8. 9 ; August 12 , 13 , 11 ; October 7 , 8. 9 ; at
Hastings , Jutio 2 , 8 , 4 ; August 8 , 0 , 10 ;
October 11 , 12 , 13. at Lincoln , June 10 ,
11 , 13 ; July 30 , August 1 , 2 ; October 1 , 3 ,
4 ; at Omaha , Juno 15 , 10 , 17 ; August 4 , 5 ,
5 ; September 28 , 29 , 30 ; at Topeka , May
18,14 , 10 ; June 28 , 29 , 80 ; August 17 , 18 ,
20 ; at Loavtmworth , April 21. 2J , 24 ; July
9 , 10 , 13 ; August 20,27 , 28 ; at St. Joe , May
C , 7 , 81 July 0 , 7 , 8 ; September 7 , 8 , 9.
Iho St. Joea At Denver Juno 11,12 ,
13 , August' 7 , . 10 , October 2 , 4 , 5 ; at
IlostingH Juno 10,10,17 , August 12,13 ,
15 , September 28,29 , 80 ; At Lincoln Juno
3 , 3 , 4 , August 3 , 4 , 5 , October 7 , 8 , 10 ;
U Omaha Juno 7,8,9 , , July 30,31. August
i , October 11,12,13 ; at Topeka April 21 ,
23 , 33 , Juno 2J , 25 , 37 , Auttust 20 , 27 , 29 ;
nt Kansas City , April SO. 27 , 23 , Juno 19 ,
21 , 22 , August UO , 81 , September 1 ; at
Leavcnworth April .10 , May 1 , 0 , Juno
28. 0 , 'M , Augmi 31 , 23 , 24.
The Loavonworths At Denver Juno
1(5 ( , 10 , 17 , August 4 , G. 0 , October 11 , 13 ,
11 ! ; at Hastinsrs JUIIQ 10 , 11 , 13 , July 80 ,
Auguat 1 , 2 , October 0 , 7 , 8 : at Lincoln
June 7. 8,1) ) , August 8 , 0 , 10 , Soplombor
29 , 20,1)0 ) ; at Omalm Juno 2 , 4 , 0 , August
12. 18 , 11 , October 3. 3 , 4 ; at Topeka April
20 , 27 , 28 , Juno 20 , 31. 3 : ' , August JW , 31 ,
September 1 ; at Kansas City May 10 , 11 ,
12 , Juno 21 , 25 , 20 , September 3I , 5 ; at
St. Joe May 13 , 14,15 , July 3 , J , 4. August
17 , 18 , 10.
The lilvo Stock Shipper ! ) at Work A
Iiettcr From the Secretary.
The Live Stock Shippers' Association
of Nebraska , which was only recently
organized , promises to bo a grand benefit
to the shippers and to the general live
stock interests of the state. The associa
tion Is already at work remedying certain
abuses against which the shippers have
been forced to struggle for years. Ono
of these abuses , which the association is
In fair way of putting a stop to , is the
practlco of certain commission Ilrms in
sending out buyers who compete with
the regular buyers and attempt to force
them to consigning their shipments to
them. It has been denied that this is
over done and some commission firms
claim that the shippers are misinformed ,
as was recently published in an Omaha
paper. John Wiggins , of Columbus , one
of the best known shippers in the state ,
and the secretary of thu Nebraska Live
Stock Shippers' association , bos the fol
lowing to say on the subject :
The shippers are rightly Informed and
there are commission men or their represen
tatives in tbo country who solicit consign
ments and when not able to eat the stock of
fer to buy and do buy as can be proven by
Itood witnesses. ' 1 here are casps where such
parties have olleied to quit scalping In cer
tain territory for a bonus of $100. It Is no
secict that shipments have been made from
South Omaha to Chicago by commission
linns of .stuff that they had bought and that
actually belonged to them. The complaints
are not all confined to South Omaha as there
are other packing points In the state. The
shippers as a class have a good opinion of the
live stock men and believe them to bo as hon
est and tuibtvtorthy as the same number of
men engaged in any branch ot business , but
possibly they may consider It disreputable
for them to be a competitor of a shipper In
the country , a seller of bis stair in the stock
yards and a buyer of the same stock all at
the same time , but the shippers do not pro
pose to encourage any such combinations
and that v as the Import of a very mild reso
lution passed at their meeting.
The shippers know lull well what they
were talkfne about and borne of the South
Omaha commission men know the same facts
and have so stated.
The shippers pay well for the work done
and all thov ask is correct returns for lust
what their stock sells for to actual purchas
ers , and for commission men to confine them
selves to a legitimate commission business ,
which will win in the end.
Last Thursday evening at 9 o'clock oc
curred the marriage of Mr. Isaac Sylvester
and Miss Louise Huuicl at the residence
of the bride's parents iu North Omaha ,
bvj , Mark H. Forscutt. The flbrido
was attired in a cream colored albatross
dross vith satin trimmings of same color.
The parents of both bride and groom are
old residents of Omaha , the latter having
lived hero for over thirty years. Con
gratulations wcro received by the happy
couple by mail from numerous friends in
the east and west. A larco number of
valuable and useful presents was re-
cciyed. The well-wishes of their hosts of
friends will follow them to their homo at
810 South Twenty-third street.
A Now Rifle Club.
There is a scheme on foot to organize a
new rifle club in this city. Among those
who arc at the head of it arc J. U. Clark-
son , O. II. Gordon , J. S. Collins and A.
S. Patrick. It is proposed to organize
with thirty or forty members and hold
weekly shoots at the Bellevue rillo ran"o.
An eflort will bo made to induce the B.
& M. to put on a Saturday noon train to
Bellevue , returning in time to bring the
marksmen back in the evening about 0
o'clock. Colonel Henry , army instruc
tor of rillo practice , has agreed to do all
he can to aid the would-be sharp-shooters.
For Glow's Consideration.
Mr. Dan Delaney , of Chicago , arrived
in the city last evening and brought to
the Ben office the following communica-
ion to John P. Clew , the pugilist :
Having recently won such an easy victory
over Hun ley , are you now willing to meet
any man of the same weight as yourself in a
Hent to a finish Frank Glover , of Chicago ,
for Instance ? If so , I can bo found at Ed
Kothery's with money for a match In any
amount , An immediate answer Is desired.
PROMPT.SAFE , SURE.
Bloat Efficient for Bronchitli.
Xenln , Ohio.
I ran cordially endorse the Bed Httr
CouifU Cura as a most efllcicnt medicine
for cases like mine Bronchitis the tint
dosa giving relict A. C. WHITE ,
Wonderful for Cold on the Client-Cured
019 N. 6th Bt , Philadelphia , Pa.
TliU Is to certify that I had a heavy told
on the chest , accompanied with ncvero
coughing. I determined to use Red Slur
Cough Cure uud iu a vciy nliort time I nu
entirely cured. It is wonderful.
Nothing Like It for Hacking Cough.
2725 Sacramento St. , Eon rranclwo , Cal.
In my several visits to this coast , I have
always been attacked with a hacking
cough , butncvci found nny relief like that
nflorilecl mo by the use of your "Hcd SUr
Couch Cure , " I nm now free- from any
cough. CHAUUS BHOOKS , Sit.
Colds nnd Sore Throat Cured.
rhllndclphln , Pa.
My family has been wing dtirlnc the se
vere vt eather of the pott month , " 1 he Kcd
Star Cough Cure , " and they have been
touch benefited bv thn same.
J AMIS N. iCEHNS , U. S. Manual.
Cough I Cough ! Cough ) Cured.
75 Antoln * St. , Detroit , Mich.
During the past u Inter I have fmflercd
from avery b d cough. It vra nothing
but couKh , cough from early mornlUBtlll
nl-tlit. I was ut last udvlsud to tr > the
"Itril Star"1 and I am thankful to state that
after two bottles I am outiroly relieved.
A. r. KANbOil.
THK CHARLES A. VOGLLUIt CO. , BiUlmoro , MJ.
tf.lll periom USI.NO St.Jaco'S Oil or Ked
Elm Cbw01 Cure , vttt by Krnltnq atun-crntitjinp
ami a history of their rate , T'cmt Ai'VKR VKKK.
HE GREAT GERMAN REMED
for Pftin i 52nssu" : ,
rnnciuuii A ! ToatuaW.iuitiMo.f.nL.c.B.i ,
FOR SAMS ,
A l nre lunubcrof recorded I'orchnronnad
Clydet'lala ' Sullloiii. Also Home Jlrecl Oolig ,
KTcry mm * ! Kuurautno'l a braoJur. Prices
reanonabl * And Urras-vasy. Our Uic ! < nun boon
elected with roforonri tn both Individual
merit und pedigree. A Urt-e number of our
tuJHons are accllmntod iinil Colta of their cot
can be ekown. York It on the I ) . & M. It. 11 ,
two hours' ride wcit ot Mnooln. I'or cnu-
OCUM and further Information , K
rut * yAtiKiiAOU.
A fcKEAT MISTAKE
has heretofore Ijcen made , in the trentmenl
of rheumatism , neuralgia nntl ncryottt ot
sick headache , This is evidenced by tlic
failure on the part of thmis.inds of wilVerers
to find relief , even though tliejr ha\c ex
hausted the fcklll of various physicians and
tried numerous so-called remedies , To
such Athlophoros ii offered as a safe , sure
and quick cure. Its success has been phe
nomenal , and yet U is not surprising , be
cause it will do all tiiat is claimed for it.
The Athlpphorod Co. will clndly refer any
\\lio desire to make an investigation to
reliable parties who have been cured
J. E. Gilleipit : , Kcal EsUte and Loan
agent , at Atlantic , lown , aj R. "My rheu
matism fust appeared in the hip , and then
extended down into the legs "through the
sciatic nerve. I suffered whether standing
or silting , and it was with the greatest of
difficulty that I uccesded in hobblng
my office each dav. I consulted phylcia' ' °
also tiled c\ery remedy I could learn ° '
without any good effects whatever. M7
greatest feais were that I would always
have it As I was writing a lettertothis
friend in Chicaga , I casually made note of
my rheumatism and thought no more about
it. But my letter was answered promptly
telling me to use Athlophoros ; also staling
his mother's case and cure which was more
severe than mine. I at once purchased a
bottle and by the time 1 had finished taking
it my rheumatism was gone , but it was a
little too soon to stop taking before it was
entirely out of my sj stem. I had another
light attact but a bottle of Athlophoro
done the work and It has been over a yea
since. Athlophoros is an excclent medicine
and I can recommend it.
Every drtiEglst should keep Athlopho
ros aud Athlophoros Tills , but where
they cannot , bo bought of the drtigcist
the Athlophoros Co. , 133 Wall st. , Now
York , will lend cither , carriage pnld , on
receipt of regular price , which Is $1 per
bottle for Athlophoros and 60c for the
For liver and kidney diseases , dyspepsia , In-
dlgoitloQ , weakness , norroiu debility , dlsotuoi
or woman , constipation , headaoho , Impure
blood , eta. , Athlophoros rllla are unequalled.
BUCK WOIP !
Or Bkck Lcproey. is a dlsoMe which Is considered
Incurable , bnt It hag yielded to the curative proixr-
tlrs of Bvrur's SrEcirio now known all over . the . .
world as S. S. S. Xfra . BaI1ejr. ot West Somerville ,
Mart ) . , near l > oston , > YU attacked several vearg * o
vrith this hldeons black eruption , and was trratedbr
tlio best medical talent , who could oulv gar that UM
dlaeuo w s a specie * of
and consequently Incurable. It Is Imno clble to de-
crlbe her sufferings. Her body from the crown of
her head to the soles of ber feet n as n mass of decay ,
masses of flesh rotting on and leaving post cavities.
Her fingers festered and three or four nails dropped
off at ono time. Iler limbs contracted bv the fearful
nlccration , and for tevcral years the did not leave
her bed. Her weight was reduced from 129 to CO Ibs.
Perhaps tome faint Idea of her condition can be
cleaned from the fact that three pounds of Cosmo-
line or ointment were nscd per week in dressing her
sores. Finally the physicians nckno lodged Ihclr
defeat by thia Black wolf , and commended tue ( of
ferer to her all-wise Creator. - - ' -
' Her husband hearing wonderful reports of the ns
Of SWIFT'S Spxcino ( S. S. B. ) , prevailed on her to
try U as a last resort. She began IU nee nnder pro
test , but ( ODD found that her system was be Ing re
lieved of the poison , us the sores assumed a red and
healthy color , u though the blood was becoming
pure and act he. tin. Bailey continued the S. B. S.
until last February ; every lore wo * healed ; iho dis
corded chair and crutches , and was for the first time
in twelve years a well woman. Her husband , Mr.
C. A. Bailey , Is In bnelnru at 17X Blackstone Street ,
Boston , and will take pleasure In eivlog the dctailf
of this wonderful cure. Send tons for Treatise on
HJood and Skin Ulscases , mailed free.
XHB tiwirr SFECITIO Co. . Urawir 8. Atlanta. Gav
Bpeclnllr Distilled fer
MedloUal U * .
Til BIS ! TONIC i
DR. XDW. L. VfALLINQ , Bar
f on in CUof , National Quut
of N.J.wrltw :
"My tt otloa was ttlltd U
your Keritou * Mult Whlikty bi
Mr. L lor , DniKtfit , of Tnnton
and I havi iiwd a frw bottt
with far Utt.r effect Uiaa uy ;
h T had. I am rMWMBundlnf
yonr article In my practice , an ]
find II vtry satliUctory. "
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( Sol. AftBtl for lk < U. t )
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. worthies * Imi
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102 FRANKLIN STREET , CHICAGO.
4 ( 3 Hrondwar , * w York.
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