Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 16, 1887, Page 2, Image 2
2 THE OMAHA DAILY BflB : SATURDAY , APRIL JO , 1887 ; ONE MORE GIIADTAUP Iho Northwestern Ohristlan Assembly Li catcs at Lung Pino. LIST OF OFFICERS ELECTEI Alnsworth Klntotl Over the Prospect of Another Jtnllrond ( tenth of n Prominent Young Ijtiwyor Nebraska News. AnotliruBmnmor Assembly. hos-u 1'ixi : , Nob. , April in. [ Special the ( ho OKI : . ] Them waiiulti | ) n Kiithciini ; ( clmstlnn people hold In I < nni : I'ino on Tne day of. tliU week. Tbo object of tills nice Ing was to ustabllxh assembly groumu , or Cliautau'iun ' for thn northwest , whuro gall crlni ? for church work nmt Htindiy school : inay congregate. Aftur uxnmlnliiBr llio ill forcnl locations between Norfolk anil Ilnpli City they liiully concluded to locate tli "Northwestern Ohristlan Assembly" nt Lou 1'inc , Urown county. Oro.it enthusiasm wa manifested nt the moetlnz and everyone ful exuberant over the prospect of securlm eighty acre * of heavy wooded land alonx tin Ion I'lne Creek. It bolng the division o the Fremont , Elkhorn & Missouri Valloj railroad had a ur at deal to do with Its Iocs tlou nt this point , together with the advant BKftof piirosprlin ; water from the fnmou Boven springs. The capital stock of the assc elation Is $59,000 and a creat amount ha been .subscribed alicady , and thn assoclatloi " bns every prospect of breaming a success. A a meeting of the board of directors the fo lowlnic named gentlemen wer o elccte olllcera : Kov. UeorceV. . Martin , A. AT. prosldenl lion. . ) . S. Davidson , vlco prcHldcnt : Ucv. ( II. Krailv , general manager and corrosponi Ing K'crrtary ; C. K. Clover , treasurer ; \V. . Cntirtrlght , socrota ry. Vice 1'resldpnts at Large Itov. 11. Hros' ' Phadrun ; C. K. Mnrin&n , Sprlnpvlew ; I1 Whitney , Nofolk ; ; lion. G. W. K. Dorsnj Fremont ; Cnctaln J.O. Morrison , Gordon ICcv. James Lislle , Alnsworth ; Uuv. . ) . ( Mllllgitn , Omaha ; Itov. J.V. . I'nolp' ' Omaha ; Frank Hltncy , Atkinson ; Uev , 1 I ) . Williams , Hastings ; H. Flanden Chadron ; Unv. H. 11. Klciflns , LOUR IMiu Jtov. W. A. KURftr. Central City ; Kev. J. .1 Koeler. Central City ; William Hntliledijt Johnstown ; J. II. Tliomas. Ionir 1'ine. Director. ) Kov. < ! . W. Maitln , 0. II. Kraih J. S. Davidson , H. K. hmltn , W. L. Whlttt more , Georo A. Smith , Dr. J. I. Lease. C. II ( lover. Kev. A. M. Totman , 1. II. Sklnmv W. J. Courtil3htl. W. Dwinoll , S. N. Mj gatt , J. M. Mead , V. A. Whlttmnoro , T. Win tor. A. M. llrinkerhoir , , ) . 1' . llaiixhursl Charles Mead , M. P. Klnkald , W. F. Clov ongur. _ Alnsworth'H Fine. Prospucts. AIXHWOHTII , Neb. , April IV fSpoelal ti the HKB.J Alnsworth Is jubilant ovn r tl prospects of the II. Ac M. building In her this sunnier. A double conn of surveyor are at work twenty-live miles south of towi on the Calamus river running a survc towards this place. One of our dti/eiis. I conversation with a 13. < fe M. olllciiil at hlii coin lost week , was told that the I ) . & M would pass through Alnsworth on Its al line route to Koya i'alm county. Should thread road not como Alnsworth will boom , as i 310,000 court house and a number of brie ) blocks will bo started as soon as spring open for Rood. _ Attacked Hy a Bull. GOIIDOX , Neb. , April 15. [ Special Toll pram to the UEK.J William Turpln , arancl man residing twenty-live miles south of th ! place , was this morning attacked by a for clous bull , lie was knocked down some ha a dozen times by the animal and escaped wit n broken lug and some body bunscs. Had not been for Mr. Turulu's dog the bull \\oul surely have killed him. He wasbtoughtt Gordon to-day for medical treatment. Donth of Joe Pottnr. NKUUASKA. CITY , Nob. , April W. [ Spocia Telegram to tne Bnn.J J. Stltson Vottor , rising youne lawyer , well known throu hou > the state , died this afternoon hero after i r week of horrible suffering ; from dclirluu tremeus. _ Street Railway For Olioyonno. CIIKYEKNE , Wyo. , April IS. fSpecia Telegram to the llnu.J The Cheycnn Street and Circle railway company , with capital stock of 8150,000. was incorooratec itoro to-day. Work on the line will bo com tuenood at on co. Michael HonoKKN , N. J. , AprlllS. Water Roalsti Michael 11. Murphy , who has hold ofllco f < nineteen years , Is missing. It is rumoic that he la Hhort In his accounts , but tli amount cannot be ascertained , but Is believe to bo largo. The water commissioners remained I pccrot session until nearly midnight. The lofused to tllvulce their proceedings beyoii the fact that they had appointed an expert I examine Kcgl.ster Muiphy's accounts , It I believed that the shoitago Is not far froi 824,000. Murphy's friends say ho in on spree and will turn up all right I A few days ; that this sort of thing is not m usual with him ; that ho was seen in Hoboke drinking ns late as "o'clock last night , an that the fact that ho had yesterday deuosltc neatly $3,600 to the city's account shows thn lie had no Intention ot absconding. The Last Arguments. Sioux , Cmla. . , April 14. Judge Pen dloton occupied nearly the entire day wltt Ills argument for the defonsa In the Haddock case , closing about 4 p. m. After an ex liaustlvo review of the entire case , In whlc the testimony of each mateiial witness * wn anal } zed and brought forcibly before th Jury , horlosed the case for thn defence , an was followed by Hon. M. 1) . O'Connell foi the state , who talked about two hours and in to the hour for adjoin nmant Ills oliort which Is the closing argument in the celebrated brated case , elves monilhj of being the ina ternlece of the trial and It Is thought that In will Unlsh by noon to-morrow and that th c so will be given to the jury In the after noon. Print Worku Destroyed. DOVKII , N. II. , April 15. The greatest ill Dover ha * ever oxporlonced occuued thl afternoon In the Covheco print woiks. J will Involve the loss of nearlv $ .JOOooo an will tluow over NX ) operators out of einploi inent for probably four to six months. Tli lire started In the "hot room. " Nobody wa killed , but narrow escapes from deaih wci numerous. _ _ PriAonnrfl Kncnpc. LAM AK , Mo. , April 15. Four prisoners cor fined In Jail hero broke out last night by pr : Ing oil the Iron bars and digging .hrou n th etono foundation. J. W. West , one of th prisoners son-Ing out a twonty-livo-yen term for murder. The others were Incaicei ated for lesier crimes. A reward has bee offered and parties are In pursuit of the fug tlvcs. _ _ A Booming Colorado Town. STKIIUNO , Colo. , April 15. [ SpocltU Tel jjram to the HKK.J Sterling ' property Is flou ling In value every day. The town Is full < the Hurllnpton company railroad men at eastern rapitailsts. Ory Gooiln Fa H tiro. Mn.wAUKKK. April 15.-A special to II Kvonlng Wisconsin from I'oriaco say : rkhumacher & Sons , dealers In dry Roods ar clothing , made an assignment Liability BIS.OOO ; nominal assets , 515,000. IIUIiop lioo' WILMINGTON , Del. , April 15. The fnner ot lila'.iop I.so took place tnls afternoon ar was largely attended. Nine bishops at nearly a hundred clergymen participate The remains were interred In old Swede churchyard. Prohibit * Oleoinnr rtn DOVKII , Del. , April l.V-Tha scnat pasic this icornlnc the hou bill prohibiting tl unufnclare and a le of all kinds of Imlti tlon and adulterated button Death of a Tonic , April 15. Archbishop Uort kM e l le mtuttn wylng ( htt Mr IB V t\t tkU tn/rnovn. A Roperal court-martini 13 appointed t meet ut Fort Ilobh3onNob. , ntlOo'cloc it , in. , on Thursday , the L'Sth day of Apr ; 1837. The ilctail for the court \3 \ as fo Iowa : Captain Charles I'urkor , Nint cavalry ; Captain Augustus \V. C rllsi KlRhth Infantry ; Captain Walter Ueei assistant surgeon ; t'antalji ( Sordoii Wins low , Klgluh Infantry Captain Clarenc A. Studinaii , Ninth cavalry : First l.lci tunant John J. Hiidiin , Clirlith iiifi.ntrj First Lieutenant Hichnrd 11.Vilsoi Kiyhth Infantry ; Second Lieutenant Wl linni A. Mercer , Klglith infantry ; Secon Lieutenant I'lulliii A. Heltons , jr. , Nint cavalry ; Second LlenUmant Edmund t Wright , Ninth cavalry ; Lieutenant Ha lard S. Humphrey , Ninth cavalry , advocate. The following named oll'iccrs are di tailed to Inspect cortnii ; stock and cattl purchased under contract and to bo dc livarml at thn 1'ino Hidge and Kosobu Indian atcencios. 1) . T. : Major Audrc\ \ S. Hurt , Eighth mfiintry ( Fort Kobinsoi Nob. ) , to inspuut thosufor the i'inu K'ulg nijency , 13. T. ; Fi t Lieutenant Matthln \V. Jay , Ninth cavalry ( Fort Niobran Nob. ) , those for the Hosdbud njjency , L T. On beitiK notified by the Imlia azont when the stock anil cattle will b ready for inspection , the olllcers name. will proceed to the places indicated at tli thro appointed and muko the iuspcctioi a fo ordered. Tlio V. S , A. Transportation Contraut < The bids for Rovernmont contracts fo transportation of supplies and ordnanc were opened at General Dandy's olllcc i the army headquarters at noon yestei day. All contracts for Omaha and For Omaha were again let to NVm. Daltori For tninsiiortation botwcen LuskV , T , and Fort Laramie , ami Cheyenne , \V. T. the same post , the ( successful bidder wa E. J. Bakur , of Choyoimo. Urovlllct. The revenue collections yestenltv amounted to "i iSl.SS. Up to date 1200 aaloon keepers have paii the lir&t quarter's license. Hooth , the trag''iliati , will arrive ii Omaha on Monday , the 23th inst. Moth miulo a Kood many admirers o hi : ) physical qualities by his oxecllon work at the exposition last night. Stem , Hirsch dfe Co. , who run one o the largest fcrtili/.iug establishments i : Chicaco , will erect a $100,000 plant i South Omaha this .season. Thu mabsive stairway approaches t the court house are nearly complete and will form very attractive features ii the completion of the grounds. The "Kafleo Klatsch. " eiven by th young ladies nt St. Mary's Avenue' Coi : uregational church last evenins ? , wa well patronized and was a delightfu nli'uir. Sergeant Howera one of the me.ssonp ors , nt army headquarters is laid up fror the ellccts of a fall down an embranl < mont , sustained while on his way horn last night. The case against Sodcrstrom charge with dealing cards from a crooked bo was concluded in police court about o'clock last evening. Sodcrstrom wa discharged. C. J. Arnheiter , a traveling man , re ported nt police headquarters yostcrda that his overcoat was btolen yestordu morning fronfthe smoking car of the B. i M train on which ho arrived from the wes yesterday. Any information concerniu it may bo left at police headquarters , . The Women's Christian Tcmperanc Union ladies have not yet determine whether they will bo able to retain the ! present quarters , but Mrs. Clark state hibt evening that they will at least keep part of the rooms they now occupy probably the rcading.room and restaui ant. * In the county court yesterday Schlan & Prince commenced suit against Jeep Ellis , J. A. Froyhan und Morris Kobir son for the possession of the Windsor sn loon on the ground of non-pavment c rent and limitation of lease. The Pack ard Lumber company commenced sui in the same court agafnst Thomas Karn for $ , " > 4.U5 on a promisnory note. In th district court Eliza M. Davis commence suit against P. S. Leisonring to quit th title to lot 0 in Hlock 4Kountze &Keuth' ' addition. Pernonnl Paragraphi. J. Dixon Avery , president of the Fremont mont creamery , is in the city. F. II. Whitney , a capitalist from Allan tic , la , , is at the Millard. George B. Young and wife are in th city , Mr. Young is manager of the Itieli nruson drug house in St. Louis. W. 11. Dickinson , banker of Wahoo , i m the city. . Assistant Superintendent Dickinson Master Mechanic Davis and NewtlJarka low loft for the west last evening in Air Dickinson's special car " 00. " State Senator Conger Is in the city. William 11. Crane and wife and Stnar Itobson and wife ( Hobson & Crane ) are a the Millard. Hcv. George W. AVainwright. of Bhui is in the city. Dr. V. 11. Caufman lias gene to Plur Creek. M. C. Keith , the cattleman , has returned turned to North Platto. . Among the arrivals registered at tin Paxton are E , Moser , A. Warren , of Kd ear-.W. O. Scott , jr. , and wife , of Ash land ; Leroy Jlall , of Ainsworth : J. 1 Smith , of Schuyler. Weather Indications. For Nebraska : Fair weather , slowly fall Ing temperature , yrtrlablo winds , shifting t southerly. For Iowa : Generally fair weather , varh bio winds , stationary followed by slowly rh lug temperature. The No\s-niarknt Hnoes. LONDON. April 15. At the Newmarkc Craven meeting the Newmarket handicap o fiOOsoNeroIgns was won by the Uvo-year-ol chestnut horse Eurasian , ItusMnii Justice Swift. VIKN.VA , April 15. The Tagblatt § aya Tlchenoff , the man who lirnd at the czar re centlv , woa hanaed on the same day o which the crliun was committed. - Two great enemies Hood's Sarsf panlln and impure blood. The latter I utterly defeated by the peculiar medi ciuc. ' Mr. Khrooil AlcntH Sir. Slosson. Cleveland Lender : When ho was 1 Chicago. Nicoliui made a contract wit licorgu K Slusson. by wliiuli the chair pion bllliardist will go with him to Wale and teach him the fascinating game. Mi Slosson arrived from Chicago yeslerda While hlK and Nicolinl "C1,101611 ; were at tll standing ° Jtillruat 5 the billiard pailor , John Elwood , a foei : export in hawlliajc the cue , cntoreil th room and invited Nicoliui to play game. . ' ' 1 ll ° " , ot P : ' ° to ! y. " v/ftg the rcph but perhaps my friend will accotumc oato you. " Slosson TtHiUSy eonsontod , and the Ill-gun to shove the balls over the clott hlwood wa walking away with th Innocent stniugsr , as lut thouuht.and ha- - nearly won the game , whtlo Slosaon ha counted but a few polnU. It was Hlo * son's turn to shoot , and , piokinjr uu hi cue , Urn ohunijoion r u the game oul The doffl ted oxpart looked at 81as on inoruont , droupnd his QUO , walked int the hotel ollict , and , laanlnc over th counter , whiepered to Manager Coleman "Who th UciuU Ihbt Allow ? " Mi Colemau stare him Uie desired informi : ion , aad ht departed. A General Hurrah at the Exposition Built ing Last Nicht. THE GAMBLERS' CONTROVERS for Oil The Criminal Caler dnr Army Contrnots Court NeWs A. O. II. Vlsltorn-Cltr Mnt- ter.i In Gnu o ml. Wrt-Htllritt Kxtrnorilinnrir. There was a wild hurrah at tbo expos lion building last night. The oceaslo was thesfond wrestling match betwec Charles j.vlotli anil Colonel J. .11. Mi Laugliiin. The audience numbered aboi 300 people. The match grow out Of feeling of dissatisfaction over the rosu of the first match on Thursday oveninj : and was to bo a five-bout match , on ( Jrti-co'Koman , one collar and elbow one catch-as-catch-can , one side hold an one back hold. The men appearc promptly at 0 o'clock , A delay of a quai tor of an hour was occasioned in solectin a referee , Mr. Theodore Woidmoir beln finally prevailed upon to act. The me got together for the collar and elboi bout at 0:80 o'clock. It was brief and ir torestiny , and was won by McLaughll by a trip and twitch in four minutes. Th second bout , the Gnuco-Koman was mor interesting. Tue colonel secured sevoni full Nelson locks upon Moth , who sut ceoded each time , by good bridging in saving himself. The bout wi : by Moth in llfteocn minutes an sixteen seconds. The third bou back hold , was won easily by McLaugl lin in ( i minutes. The catch-as-catch-oa bout was the liveliest ot the match tun was won by Moth in ! ( minutes and seeonds. The last bout was side-hold Colonel McLaughlm won the toss aui took the right side. After live minutes c a more or loss interesting tussbl , Me Laughlin lost his hold on the loathe band and the match was given to Motli McLanghlin claimed that ho had boo : fouled by Moth in the last bout , nsserlini that the band was forced from his ham by Moth's drawing his arm around eve his head in violation of the rules. Thi referee , who meant well but was fright fully ignorant of the rules , gave the dc cisioii in Moth's favor. Colonel Me Laughlin was seen m the dressing roon at the close of the match. Ho was a cool as over and had no kick to make In this respect he is a vast iinprovemen over the average professional sport. Hi takes his medicine , including ranit docl sions on the part of the referee , wit ! eood grace and is a gentleman under al circumstances. During one of the rests in the Motli McLaughliu match , Moth and J. C Farley , the Pacific coast wrestler , in dulged in n season of chin music will reference to a match. Farley wanted ti wrestle at once , three falls , "one Gneco Roman , ono collar and elbow and on catch-as-catch-cau. Moth wanted : purely Graco-Uoman ; contest. At th close of the principal event , a purse o 23 was raised , and Moth and Farlo' matched for three-bout contest ot thi Graieco-Homan stylo. At this junotun the exposition association's reprcsentativ objected to having a side issue run ii and proposed to turn oil' the gas. Tin loud protestations of the audience prevailed vailed , however , and the match pro cccdcd. Those who had been inclined t < chan" Farley , changed their opinion whei he appeared stripped for the match He weighs over 200 , pounds , am is formed like a giant. Whoi time was called ho s | > rang at Moth am immediately secured a choke lock on hi neck. Motli yelled out in pain am claimed a foul. The referee lost his heat and the audience went wild. Farley wa cool and evidently had the bcsit of th situation. Ho claimed that the lock h had is the most cfl'ectivo known in thii style of wrestling , and claimed the fall After an endless amount of chinning th referee announced that there had beoi no fall and ordered the men together They went at it again , with the chok lock barred. Moth assumed the ol fonsive and made a rattling bout whicl he won in twenty-two minutes. Bofon time was called for the second bout Jan itor Cooper announced that the buildin ; could not be kept open any longc ; and turned off tlio stage gas Another scene of confusion en sued , which was heightens by the rank action of the referee in dc elding the match in Moth's favor. member of the audience mounted a chai and demanded that the all'ivir cither b deckled a draw or that the money be lei up to be wrestled for at some future date The audience unanimously concurred n this demand , and the roferco withdrov his decision anil has not as yet given an other. It ia probable that Moth am Farley will got together for anothe match. THE ORUOKKD BOX. \ _ The Gamblers' Cuntrororsy Settled Ji Police Court. The ease against Win. Soderstroto charged with using a crrokod box in hi ; gambling room , was called in th o polic rourt yesterday afternoon. Judge Bait win appeared for Sodorstoin and Ed Crow ell for the prosecution. Jack Morriso was the first witness. His tQStiuioriy wa Bubstatially the same that has been pub lishcd in these columns. He saw a'brac- box on tlio table and orderedSodorstron to remove it. Sodorstrom refuscd-au ho ordered him arrested. . " * " i Dan Kennedy , the policeman wlio * .ai rested Sodcrstrom , stated that he wti into Soderbtrom'3 place at Morrison request to arrest. Sodorstrom madn grab for the box and the witness made grab for.Sodcrstrom. . . The box wna-n moved bV some gamblers wiio orowce around bodcrstrom. The defense 'mad an unsuccessful oll'ort to get Kcr ni'ily to state that Morrlso hud told him that the box was ciookct that ho knew it was because ho had use it himself. When the witness was risked t describe the box he commenced by sta inp that it was a square box. "That1 all , " roared tlio defendant's 'attorney Mr. Baldwin. "Of course it's a squar box. That's just what I called yoil t prove. " George Lovolady , an employe of Sodot Htrom's , stated that there was a brae box in the house , but averred that he ha never known crooked cards to.bo . deal from the box. The witness hail not ofto dealt a brace came. Was never told .t deal a brace game by Sodci strom. The defense endoavorc to show that Sodcrstrom has not had th management of the Douglas street hous < Judge Stonbcrg , in summing up th the case , stated that he had no doubt bu that a crooked box had been used , bu there was no proof that brace cards ha been dealt. It was necessary to produc a witness who had been swindled i order to make a caso. This had not boc done and the case was dismissed. UEHR CHEEK COAL COMPANY A I'rojnct to Obtain Bettor Fuel Fo Omaha Than Now. The Deer Creek Coal company has jua been organized in Fremont , and two o its officers , E. J. Baker and William Nut tall , arc In Omaha. The capital stock ii 1500,000. The officers are Congresama Dorse y , president ; E.1L Barnard , tre urer ; E. J. Baker , of Omaha , .Men tarys William tyitLill , of Olou Hook , Wyo. , manager. . Tjio mine is on the North t'latto nvt.tr ( hirty miles west ol Douglas , Wyo. , 'afd ' ) on the surveyed route of the FreiaontKlkhorn& Missouri Valley railroad. , * J The rompany fins' , , 2,000 , acres of lane which is underlaid Uy \ \ coal vein sever and one-half feet hi'thickness. ' U Is be llevcd to be as lido soft coal as is fount In the United SHteM and superior to tha mined at Hock Sprinc * . even. William Nuttall , Sr Hill Nuttall , as hi is more familiarly i'allcd ' in the whole western country where ho is known , win the discoverer of this mine in October 1835. Ho3 \ probably the oldest coa prospector in Iho west , having beer around the mountains since J8J7. Hi discovered the Hock Springs mine ant assisted in working it when it was lir * opened. He is satisfied that the Dee ; Creek mine is tlio be.it bituminous coal n the world. It is burned by blacksmith ; through that country and answcis the purpose admirably. With the complc tlon of the Fremont , Klkhorn & Missouri Valley rend to Omaha this coal will be laid down hero at $5.50 to $0 per ton. OilOR GAS OR COAL. Mr. P. K. Her HnyiTTfio Well Will Ge Down 2.OOO Feet. Mr. P. E. Her stated last evening thai the bore well south of the distillery would go down 2.000 feet at least. The rocH through which the drill is now working is 400 , feet thick. Under it H something different , and Mr. Her is confident it will bo more coal , or oil , or gas. The bridge cylinders which have be'cn purchased from the Union Pacific will extend down at least 1,400 ft'ct when they are joined together gethor , and will make the most srcuri saaft ever constructed. The water whicli is now flowing has sufficient head , in his opinion , to force a stream 150 feet in the an , if properly confined. It is from : i depth of UOO feet and is purely artesian , A diamond drill will be here in a short time , and with it cores will bo bored in two places , one south and one north ol the city. VISITING imoi'HERS. The A. O. II. Attend u Merry nail nncl Reception in Houtli Omnha. Nearly ono hundred members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians anil their lady friends departed for South Omaha last evening to attend a ball and recep tion given by Division No. 3 , of that place. The band of the order left at 8JO : ! in a special car. They had the distinc tion of being the first band of music over within the limits of the new eity. When the band arrived at the depot in South Omaha they were placed at the head of a line already formed and a torch light par.ido , with fully 200 men in line , was accorded the people of the place. At 9:30 : o'clock the line marched to the hall where dancing ! , was indulged in. The attendance at thu ball was largo and the merriment was'unrestrained. The Omaha visitors returned at 3 o'clock tin. ' morning. t'j BjrctfH ; IJIock. The agreement was filed in thn county court yesterday between Frcoland , Loomis & Co. , of Uoston , and U. L. Byers & Co. , of Lcavonworth. by which Hyers agrees to oreoj. a live-story brick block upon the nor'fhcast corner of Fif teenth and Douglas nstreots. Froolaud , Loomis & Co. will furnish the funds for a $50,000 building arid take a live years' ' lease on the structure at $10,000 a year- Frooland , Loomis &lo. will occupy the the building under the firm style of the "Continental Clothing company. " < > An Old Crook In Hock. Carroll , who is in jail , has turned in former against Lewis , who was arrested yesterday. Carroll was locked up on Lewis' complaint that the tormer slugged him. Carroll admits havingdono so , but alleges that it was not for purposes ol robbery , but to settle an old score. Ho says he would not have undertaken to rob Lewis , because the latter did not have any money and is more of a orook than ho over dreamed of being. He states that Lcwis'is one of the worst Dills in the country and has robbed a dozen men right hero in Omaha. Fowler Bros. New Home. The Fowler Bros , are both in Omaha , looking after the interests of their mam moth packing house at 8911111 Omaha. In about two weeks they will have another cooling machine in operation and they will then be in shape to kill four thou sand hogf > per day , or about twice as many as at tne present time. This will be a great help to the Omaha hog market. Licensed to Wed. Judge McCulloch yesterday issued mar riage licenses to the following parties' : NAMK. lir.SIIM'.NCK. AOK Wolf Colin Omaha "i Annie Cohen Omaha U Chas. F. Hozuln . . .Omaha K Undine Catln Oiualm 2 < DIED. JIcLAm-In this city , April 15th , at St. Joseph's hospital , at 3:30 : a. m. , James Me Lauuhlin , a ed SO years. The remains wore tnken to Drexel < S Maul's , awaiting orders from his brother In Waterloo , N. Y. Purify Your Blood Good health depondu upon pure blood ; tlioreforo , tokeopwoll , purlf/tho blDinl by laklim Urad'iiStr- anpirlllu. This mcdlolno U l > ccullirly ileMKno.l to act upon the blood , nnd through tlmt us > on nil tlio orunnt und llsviea of the body It him n epoclflc acllon , nlio , upon the ocrftkuis and oxcretlons , and assists imluro lo cipel from llio synlem nil liliraori. Impure particles , n ml otTcto mntter through tlio lunus , llror , honrel * , tldnors nil Hn. it crTeetuallr nliti * eak. Impaired , and dobllltulcJ or/uns , InvUorntes thoucrrout syitoin. tones the dluonUou , anJImpurU now life nnd cnor jr to all the functions of the bod/ , apotullnrlty of if' IIood'H Surinparlllu Is ttiaUt Btrcnutlicm and builds up the < r tem whllo It eradicates dlscato , "I muiUayllooJ'i sarsuparlllals tliabc t medicine I ever used. L U spilnisllid } no nppctlto , and tbo Irnstvrork I dldfatliiuad ni oror > mucli. I bivmi to tnV/i Hood's SumapurlnjigAnd teen I felt an If I couM da as much In a duy.i * I had formcrlr donu Inn week. Mr appetite l voracious. " Mils. M. V. 1IAV- Ann , Atlantic Cltr. N. J. N , 11 , If you TOU havojaije up your mind lo cot llood'a Saraapkrllla donowtxjko any oiliur. THK Cltl.MINAtj OALKXUAU. Arrest of n IMolcpockat nt the Depot llolibor.v of an Oltl Man , Union Pacllio Dutccllvo Valentino nrrostcil 11 young nntl amooth-fiicrtl pick pocket nt tlio ilopoi Isist ovoniiiK. llo saw thn follow In llio act of fooling of n woman's pocket anil imbVoiI him. A partner ran away anil was nil afterwards socnrud. I'ho Ihlof olulmed that ho had just como from Dubiiqito. but police olllcorswero found who stnlPtl that tht-y had seen him about thu dupolloii" " : before the Iruiii arrived. An Iil nnui nnmcd Win. Adams wr.s robbed of $ . 'i and his tlokct In a peculiar way at the Alissouri 1'acilic depot yoslcr- day. A man who pretended to rccou- ni/u him apuroaehpd him in tlio depot and after talking a few minutes asked for a dollar. Adams said that ho didn't have It , but finally , at the continued solicitation of the follow , produced $ ( i and his ticket , saying that ho would cut souio chaiico. The man Miatehod both money and ticket and ran out between the curs. Adams is from Kcokuk Geonxu Tun mint is in jail on the chnnzu of stealing a hut from ( J. K. Kelpiu. The hat was found on him. AMUSBMKXT8. ItOHSOX AND ( JKANK IX TtlK " .MEUUY WIVKSOK WISDSOK. " There w.is little loft to bo desired in the Hobaon & Crane priHuntation of the "Morry Wives of indsor" at the ttoyd last night. The setting was beautiful , the costuming appropriate and tlio acting excellent. The lack of familiarity , how ever , with the piece rendered the audi ence slow to distinguish some of its liner points , while an evident disapprobation of the merry wives' escapades pro- eluded a hearty appreciation of some of the more humorous of the situations. Yet , nt times , there were warm bursts of ap plause. Mr. Kobson's falsollo , lasling jusl half a minute by the watch , secured that gentleman a recall. As Dr. Cains lie has but little to do. Mr. Crane's Fal- stall' is both artistic and entertaining. In it he avoids a number of his well known mannerisms and strives to rentier ollVct- ivo the Shakesperean humor by methods which aavor of earlier days. Hu bore Iho burden of the play , though Iho weight seemed admirably disposed upon his ca pable and ample shoulders. This afternoon "Sao Stoops to Conquer " and "Tho of Kr- quer , to-night Comedy - rors" will bo presentsd. St. lioulu Men In O in ixli a. George Krug , enternrising repre sentative of Anheiiser-Huscti Hrcwing company is again in town. This com pany ills known intend to invest noaily ? 100.000 in Omaha this year , the first in stallment of which was in the purchase of a lot on the corner of Jones and Thir teenth streets. A few days ago they pur chased an adjoining lot , and ou this property , the company proposes to build immediately. The parties who now own thu frame rookeries on tbo site wcro notiliert to remove the same yesterday. On the lot next to that to be devoted to the business of Anhousor-Uush , that lirm will erect a magnificent building , which will bo designed by Architect Voss ' according to the lessee's 'desire. For CoujjhsT Colcls mid Throat DIH- orilors , use " /Jrott'ii's nroiic/ilal Ttnchcs , " bavin ? proved their efllcacy by a testof many years. From lown anil There are now in this city several wealthy Germans , refugees from Iowa and Kansas , who have been more or less interfered with in their saloon and liquor business by tlio action of prohibi tion , Ono of these , Mr. Poppindiok , of Topokn , arrived yestenlav. Ho ib widl known in this city nnd H is quite likely will make this place his homo. Notice to advertisers. All adver tisements in THK BEE want columns , such as for sale , lost , found , sit uation wanted , help wanted , etc. , arc published in both morning and evening edition of THE UIE ; , appearing in over 14,000 papers every day. The South Omaha Land Syndicate has laid out a piece of land on the west side of the railroad , adjoining tlio stockyards on the north , which will go on sale to-day at 2 p.m. This is the most desirable piece of ground in South Omaha. Those wish ing lots will call at our otlico at once as there will not bo a lot left at 6 p. m. iSat- urday evening. C. E. Mayne Real Estate & Trust Co. , Solo Agents , South Omaha. The South Omaha Land company have appointed < ' . E. Mayno solo agent for the sale of their lots. Ho will show the prop erty and furnish all desired Information upon application. [ Signed ] W. A. PAXTON , President. Annual IMeotinjr. The aookholdcrs of the Nebraska Tile and Pottery company held their annual mcetinir Wednesday evening nt thn ollico of Sidney Smith for the election of di rectors for the ensuing year , Samuel J. Howell. John A. Wakeliold , J. B. How- ley , Chns. U. Wostrcn nntl J. J. Grillith being elected. Al a mcoling of the directors held yes terday Samuel J. Howell was elected president , Chas. U. Wcstron , treasurer , nud J B. llowley , secrclary. Now IB tha tlmato purity the blool , for lit no a the so.non U llio body so imoutlbl3 tii bunotlt from medicine 1 ho peculiar purtf jlnz mid rc\lilnx > iutil- ItlPB of llooil'iiSarnapurl la are Just wl'at aren ed d to expel dlspnso nnd fortify tli oytein agaln t the doblllt.itlne oToeM of mild weather. Kvt-ry jour In- creA e lboi > OPularUjrof llood'a Sarmparllli , lor Ills JiiBt'whiilpoojiloncsditt tliln ajnion it Is tlie hlenl spring medicine. If you IIHVO never tried It , do > o. und you will bo convinced of Itt pccullur merit. "Hood .Sarsapurllla has driven the polnon from my blnol.und thoush "tl. i fechictlre and ulrong ua ut M"\V. H.GnoKHUiCK.llrquklyn.N. V. Spring Medicine "I lake Hood's Harraparllln for n spring modlclno and I flnd It Just tbo thlim. It tones up my y tern and mnkca mo fei.1 Ilko n dlrrorcnl inau. Uywlfo tikes It for dyip } | > sU > and sbo derives orAnt bunotll from It" 1'u.lNK C TUii.M-U , llook i Lidd r Nu. 1 , Fr.ead stroct , llus ton. "I had unit rheum on my led nrra three years sutfcrlnK terribly ; It nnin tdU bled mo from work , 1 took three bottles of Hood' * fcanapmllU , nnd the mil rim urn has entirely dlnp | > iroil. " II , II , Mll.l.i , 71 Krcnch sti ot , l.onoll. llu > . Hood's Sarsaparilla . I nil dnnriliti , Jls sit forW.rr paro.1only b fioldbr nlldruKSlsts. Ill Sir for K. Prepared only by BoM by C. I. IIOOI ) A CO , Apothecaries , Lowell , Mast. I C. 1. 1IOOI ) i CO. , Apolhocarloe , Lowell. Mm ' 1OO Wosen One Dollar Dollar. 1OO in > ic .One THE 75th CRAMP DRAWING , MAY 20th. NO BLANKS. BIO PRIZES OK RE\VAH S ! One Million Distributed Every Year ' D1VIDKU A5IONC1 A fKW t.UOUV MO > UK AOtU.UUIVrKU INTJItK 8T MONKS' 1IOU1UUS EVKUY 3 MONTHS. Only 92.00 required to secure one Royal Italian 100 francs gold bond. Thwe ban c participate in four drawings every .ear and retain their original vain Until the year 1944. Prizes of 2,000,000 1,000.000 , 600,000 , 850,000 , &c. francs will b drawn , besides the certainty of receiving back 100 francs In gold , you may win 4 time ls i ftfo , and th best , Investment ever offered , M the invested money must bepald boi will to d * or nond ycur orders wllU raonsy when bond inuturca. fljnd fordlroulM ai It par you , or roifisturod letter , or postal nutos , nnd In return w will forirardtho dooumenu BERLIN BANKING CO. , 3OS Breadwur , New Vrk Citf. N. B. These bonds are not lottery tickets , and their sale is legally pc rmitted in UieU S , by taw * of 1873. A BTAB.TLINQ FACT. It Is not commonly known that a ling proportion of the rhcmatfom anil nctiritli ; ! cxtanl Is traceable directly to the d ! < caici condition or imperfect notion of the kidney rind ll\cr ; therefore n remedy which cm e the icsulting dUc.isc must have found ant sinltlon the first caixe. Many petson u iiiK Athlophoros for i lieuniatlsinruul ncu ralgia have been sttrprised to find tha chronic diseases of the li\or and kidnct : have also been greatly relieved and thei ha > c written for nn c\planntion. The fac is , thai the remedy nets directly on thesi organ * , cleansing them from nil initatini substances and te ulntinc their action Taken in connection \ \ Athlophoro ; 1'ills this Kithotit exception , the mos valuable kidney and liver remedy In tin world , and will cure a large proportion a those who have these dis-cascs , Charles K. Griffin , Stuart , Iowa , says "I have not had an ache 01 pain ol rhctima tisni since I used the Atlilophoro" , which I : now over a jenr ajo. For three month : my store wa * closed , not being able to at tend to my business at all. My joints wcr < swollen and there did not seem to be an ] part of my body that did not ache. Aftci suffering in this way until the pain was al most beyond cndmance , I went to Colfaj Springs to try the clfects of the water. Tlu c'av ' I left home I had to be carried dour stairs. Alter remaining at the Springs : month I came back , being i-oine better After being home n few weeks I had a re lapse. It was al this timuthat I learned p Athlophoros. I sent for a bottle of it and ii fifteen minutes alter 1 had taken the firt , do-.e I fell its effects , nnd whun I had fin * ished thu third bottle 1 was well. 1 hau not had any rheumatism since. Every ilniuglst should kc p Alhloiiho ros nnd Athlophoros 1'ills , but wliore llioy cannot bo bought of the ilrugnisl the Athlophoros Co. , 12 : ! Wall at. , o\v York , will soiul uithcr , carda o paid , on ri-coipl of rcculnr price , which is $1 poi bottle for AthloDhoroa anil 50c for the 1'ills. I'orllvor nnd kldnor diseases , drspepali , ( a. weakness , norvousdotilllly , dlsonsos of womiin , conatlpntlon. hondnoho , linpuro blood , eta. , Atlilopboros 1'llla tire ntioriuullud. CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000 , "WoduhHrotjy oortliy thnt \ > o gupuivlsn Iho nrriitiKoinonls for nil tliti Monthly nnd Hoiiil-An. iiual Untwines of The Louisiana iiliUe Lottery Coiiuniny , mill In person nmiuiKO tuiil control thoilniwIiiKfl themgolvus , nml ttiiit tlio HIUIIO are conducted with honogty , fairness and In ( teed faith toward nil imrtloj , nnd wo nutuorl/.o the Compnnytoui * this corlltlcnte with fne-llm- llos of our slRtmUiros attached , in Its udyortlse- monta. " COMMISSIONERS. Wetho undaiRlfrued Bnnkn nnd flankers will pay nil Prizes drawn In Tbo Loultluua Slate Lotteries whlobmny lie presented ill our coun ters. J. H. OGLESHY. 1'icsldcat Lotiislann Kntlonnl Unnk. P. LANAUX , FiOBident Stnto Nntlnnnl Haute A. BALDWIN , Protldcnt Now Orlonns N&tlonnl Hunk. GAUL KOHN , Fria. Union Nntlonn Unnk. ATTRACTION. UNPRECEDENTED - MILLION DtsTRinuTED LOUlSIMi STATE LOTTERI COHP&HL Incoiporntod in 1808 for S5yonra My llio | CRB. ! turo lei Kcluchtlonnl mid Chnrltnblo purposes , with n capital of Sl.lHVJ.OOO lo wlilcli u io < orvo I mid ol over fS'iO.uUO Ims slnoe boon ivilileJ. lly nil overwhelming popular vole its frnn- chlso was inndo n purt or the present Stuto Constitution udoptcaDcooinbor Zd , A D. 1S7U rhoonly lottery ovur voted ou aad endorsed by the people of liny stntr. It never sciilos or postpones. ItBirrnnd single number drawings take place monthly , nnd the sc.m-ntmutil dr.twinirs iciru- larly c\ cry six mouths ( Juno nnd December ) . ASJPl.ISSUIUOPPOIlTU.MTlf TO WlN A 1'OUTUNB. Hit Omnd UrnwInR , Clues K , In the Acndomr of Music. Now Orleans. Tuoadujr , Muy lUtn , lSd7U\ilth Monthly Dnurinir. CAPITAL PRIZE $150,000. Notice. Tickets are SIO only. Halvas , S3 Filths 32. Tenths SI- MHT m VMtV * . \ CAPITAL PIUYK OK HM.OiM . $151,000 1 OKAND I'III/B nt fnioi ( . . . . oi.fW ) IHUANDl'HIZROP SM.OOO . 80,000 LAIIOK Put/its or in 00 * . . . . avx HUGE PUKES or r , (00 . sj.noo EOPuiZESOr l.OM . 2i,030 50 MM . r.ocn . lee : rio . . . . ao.oiXi SUM " ! ! 0,1 . . . . 4I,000 nee nxi . BO.noo 1,000 " M . 5J.OOO Appnoxri iimx. 10t ) Approximation 1'rUos otSW ) . . . . f'U.OOO 100 " aw . auoj ) 100 " 100. . . . lo.coo 8,170 PrUos nmniintlnvr to . Siri.OOJ Application for rates to clubi should hn mndo onlT to the oflloe of the eompnny in Nor Or Icftnf For f urthor Informal Ion write clearly , jnvlnif full address. POSTALNOTK3 Expros * Money Drdero. or New York Kzchnniro m ordinary lot' ter. currency by axorong at our orpouae ad iroM ° * M. A. DAUPHIN , - Washington , D. a dtltti'enti ReyiHteretl letters to NBWORlJUNS NATIONAL HANK NowOrloina fit P TT TVT W Af n IP ? f TliHt the prciencn of It 1'j ill & Oil Ii Ki Jt ooiinrm lJo uro iira iia Ksrly , who nre In elinrao 01 ilia ilniwlnm , 1 * airiiar. mlee of iitKOlutn fitlroox mil Inlojrltjr , tlmi Ilia ? lmnccfl lire till ouuiil. nntl that no ono can nc4lb 1 llvlne hnt numbers will draw 1'rlze. lthMKMIIKKlli.it tDurNailnnnl Hit ik > aoarnntco Iho iirtyment ( if | > rtio , mill thnt nil Tick < UM hpnr tie ! ilKiiuturo of Iho proildcut of un liihtlliiltou , hoflo rruncliiHt ! In reciouitUcd Iti tin hUluiitcnurM ; ihoro- ore. honuro ot uny Imltnlli'iu or unonjruioui I GUHE ? * TS ! \itifnl car 1 da 1101 WMII mettlj to ui > Jjiom Kr a . iaill lr t tnrn ln.lm n hemr tlm ndlh nh T I turn iniul * th < 1lMM o' flirt , fcl'Itir.iY : or FALLINU mCKHBM lllopg ftnilT. lw rra t nrromnJrncu' * l ruuon [ it fulloj no Iho worst tx B C OM ollilri b TO not now roeelTler fi" ' B nd M'onw fur otr ttw iiil 'wlr. OI B P " ' ' rou notlilncrnr a trill , null wlUnirt 'a flfi , WHISKEY H cI 1Jr UUlllUd fur nioiIlulnHl L'.o. THI BUI TQNICl UNEOUlLEOIorCONSUMPTIOD WASTING DISEASES ind GENERAL DEHIUTY. PERFECTS DIGESTION DK. KUIT. l. WAI.UNO. S r ( on la Chltf , National Uuw < of N.J.wrU ! "llr ll ntlon wat callM U jrnot E j lon Mall WhUUj b ] Mr. Ltlor , Drujjlit , ut Tr nU > u and I li nitJ * fiw U'lUx with far l tt r effect tliia anr < bar * had. I am reomauin ! < jonr artlcU In my 1 ratUtt , au fled II itry tUtJClorj. " arms i r fTTTh * Om.U , kit tkt Slftttaft 0 _ IISNIK * MIXUII.1O * JfsMtaUi f BitUi. * ' * UL EISNER & MENDELSON , ( nU l.iu hr th.U I ) 1G. 818 aad 810 Raw 31. Phll&di'.okia ' P . 3oodmnn DruK Co. , ( enl.ARotit'ilOra ha Nabruk * . Ill cu i. and a uow aua iunorufulOiUB tyour o ? n homo l > r one irbo was deaf tweutjr olrUl roars. Trenod by moil of thu uul dlpouia | . its nllbout benrflt ; cured htruielt la ibrts nontbi , and slor * ibeo lmtidrn.1j of others. ITull particular * nl on implication , T , U , t'AUK , No.U _ trcttaist Ht. . wror < City. ' . TbtOtJl MORU'CATAUUII. . JfeiiudrUapinlUrscsrt. rr ri ubrku TO THE PUBLIC. With the nppronch of spring nnd the increased" interest man ifested in real estate mutters , I nm uioro than ever consult * cd by intending purchasers as to favorublo opportunities for invcstment.and to nil such would say When putting any property on the market , and advertising it as desirable , I 1mro invariably confined myself to a plain unvar. nished statement of facts , never indulging in vague promises for the future , and the result in ev ery case has been that the expec- ationa of purchasers were more than realized. I can refer with pleasure to Ubright's Annex And Baker Place as sample illustrations. Lots in the "Annex" have quadrupled in value and are still advancing , while a street car line is already buildine past Baker Place , adding hundreds of dollars to the value of every lot. Albright's Choice was selected by mo with the greatest care aHor a thorough study and with tha full knowledge of its value , and I can- conscientiously gay to those seek ing a safe and profitable iiivebt- mont that iliglit's ' Choice offers chances not excelled in thii market for a sure thing. Early investors have already reap ed large profits in CASH , and with the many important improvements contemplated , some of which are now under way , every lot in Ihii splendid addition will provo a bo- nan/a to first buyers. Further information , plats nnd priceh , will bo cheerfully furnish- cd. iuggies Ready at Ail Times to Show Property , Kvxptclfiilly U. ALBRIGHT , SOLE OWNER , J18 South 16th Street office ut South Omaha " A * jy. it. Property for > atc ( n uU purls of the city.