Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 20, 1887, Page 2, Image 2
CHE OMAHA TulLY BEBSATURDAY. . AUGUST 20. 1887 ; , BEATEN BY TOE UMPIRE. The Oaahas Downed By the Lincoln Team and Ben Young. THREE CONSECUTIVE DEFEATS. Tlio Dcnvnra Down the ' Handsomely llnao Mall , Uncos nil Other Hnortn Through * out the Country. Con Yourm' * ) Victory. Thorn wns n largo crowd nt the 1 > M1 park yesterday afternoon to sco tlm Oinnhns nnd Uon Ynunjr play thn fast of tlio scries with the Llncolns. It wns nn exciting game , notwithstanding Hi lopsidodiiess , and BO well did the local team play up to the sixth Inning that the lariro audience grew vociferously demonstrative , for It looked as If Young WAS going to bo beitton , But alas for numan hopes and calculations I The Ohio school teacher recovered himself In the sixth , and ttio way he pat down upon and crushed the life out of the 0 in all as was enough to make the tears corao to the eyes ot a potato. In fact , the homo nlno stood no show with the redoubtable Young , and flew to pieces like a clay plt'con hit smack In the center with an ounce and a quarter of No. 8 shot. Hut without further joking tlio name was n robbery , a gift to the Llncolns , pure and Blmnlc , by the umpire. There Is no excuse for Tonne , lie Is known to bo one of the most reliable authorities nnd one of the best posted men on the national Kama In thu country , llu can umpire If He Is HO minded and his first effort here on Wed nesday was a specimen of his best capabili ties. ties.Tho The game opened up In a war that prom ised the audience n line exhibition. Hy per fect and extraordinary field work both sides weio retired In almost ODO , two , thrco order tip to the sixth Mining , when on Dolan's fumble , Shaffer's mulf of Dwyer's long fly , and Fmselbach's safe drive , the Omalm scored two runs , and In the seventh added another to their aide. Uut the Llncolns came In for their turn at the sixth , and on Young's umpiring scored five runs. This paralyzed the Omanas nml they jtavo up without further struecle. In the eighth , on some more vile umplrintr , the visitors ran up three more taijlos. TltBSCOItK. OMAHA. 1'PH. All. It. III. Tit. 1IH. PO. A. K. Total 37 ! l 11 10 2 24 13 8 BUMMAIIY : Runs earned Omaha 1 , Lincoln 3. Two batio lilts Jlossltt , Owyer , Jantzen. Three Imso hits Handle. I-oft on bases Omaha 7 , Lincoln 4. Double and triple plays Oenlns , Walsh , Uwyoralonu ; Howe , Hockloy , lloover , Howe to liockloy. Bases on balls By llealoy 3 , . Bases given for hitting man with ball By lloaler 1. Mason stolen Omaha 3. Time ot KRino 1 lir. 80 rain. Umpire Bon "Voting. Denver 25 , Hastings O. UKNTKII. August 10. [ Special 'lelogram to the BEK.I The greatest tarco of the sea son was the game hero to-day between Hast ings and Deuver. Daniels was pounded hard In the first and second innlnea and from then the Denvers tried to play out In each Inning. Fitzsimons did not try to pitch , saving himself for Lincoln. Score by Innings : Denver 11 8203003 * m Hastings 0 0030 'J 100 0 Kuns earned Denver5 , Hastiness. Errors Denver 8 , Hastings 17. Threo-baso hits Gorman. Base lilts Denver 25 , llaatings 13. Homo runs-Sltcli. Double plays Lawmen to Uelslng to Ebrlght Basoton balls Sllch , Kenzle two. Wohrlo two , Welch two , 1'hil- lips , lilt by pitcher I'eoplos , Kbrlcht. I'asned balls-Ebrlgtit 4. Struck out-Kitz- Simons3 , Daniels 0. Wild nitclifts-Uanlols 9 , Ifltzslmons 1. Loft on bases Denver 7. Hastings 6. Batteries Fltzsluions. O'Nell and Daniels , Ebrlyht , Ttmo-'J:15. : Uru- flro Hogans. MlnAen 12 , II. & M. 8. FAirtMONT , Nob. , August 19. [ Special Telgram to the BEE ) . The li. & M. club of this city and the Mlmlous played to-day for the championship of the state. It Is now n Btand-oiT. Out ot ten camos the B. & M's have won eight , losing one to Lincoln and today's game. Score by inninvs : B.&M 0 01400080 S felndun 1 4330030 0-13 Base hlts-B. Jk M. 10. Hindoo 11. Two- Paso bits Brown ( ) > Narramoro , Toohey , Harris (3) ( ) . Trout. Throe-base hits Cuddle- luck , Toohey. Home runs Hooves. Struck out By Brown 7. Sproat 7. Umpire O'llellly. About 800 were In attendance. lioup City 25 , Aroadln 3. Lour CITT , Neb. , August 19. fSpecia Telegram to the BKK , ] The Loup City base ball club defeated the Arcadlas yesterday by the following score : Arcadia 1 00009000 3 Loup City 0 0 10 0 6173 35 Oedar niuff * la , Wahoo 1O. WAHOO. Nob. , August W. ( Special Tele gram to tlio BEK.I The Cedar Bluffs and Wahooi played an exciting game ot ball here thU afternoon. The scoie by Innings Is as follows : Wahoo 0 0310000 0 10 Cedar Blulls..o 0100490 * 13 National Ijentjuo Guniea. PnrsBUito , August 19. The gimo be tween the Plttsburg and Chicago teams to day resulted as follows : I'lttsburK-O 13100000000 l-fl Chicago. . . * ) 08030000000 0 S Thirteen innings. Pitchers Oalvln and Clarlcson. llrvso lilts I'lttHbur * 18 , Cliicaeo 1L Errors Pitts- burg 4. Chicago 0. Umpire Powers. PHILADKLPIIIA , August 1'J. ' Tlio game be tween the Philadelphia and New York teams to- < lay resulted as follows : Philadelphia 1 40103000 8 Now York 0 0001170 10 PltchtTS-lltilUnton and Welch. Base hlta Philadelphia 13. New York 1L Krrors- Phlladylphla 5 , New York 3. Umpire Sul < llvan. INDIANAPOLIS , August 19. The srame between the Indianapolis and Detroit teams to-dny resulted as follows : Indianapolis. . ! 000000003-4 Detroit 0 1 0'0010000 1 Pitchers Shrevo and Conway. Oase bits Indianapolis 10 , Detroit 11. Errors lu- dlanapolis a. Detroit 5. Umpire Healy. BOSTON , Auiruat 10. The came be tween thu Iloiton and Washington teams to-tay resulted UH follows : Boston 0 a 1000030 f Washington 0 OOOOOOOft < Pitchers-Madden ixnd O'lXty. Bas bits-Boston 13 , Washington 14. Errors- Boston 19 , Washington 1'J. Umplru-Doe- echer. American Association. CINCINNATI. August 10. The game be tween tlio Cincinnati and Brooklyn tcama to-day resulted as follows : Cincinnati 3 01010011-1 Brooklyn 0 00300030-4 CI.KVHLAND , Auitust 19-Tho Game between tlm Cleveland and Metropolitan teams to-day resulted as follows : Cleveland . . .a 00010010- . ' Mutropolltans.0 000000300 S ST. Louis , August 19 , The game bo tweeu the St. Ix > uU aud Athletic teams to day resulted as follow * : bu Louis. S 1 3 3 0 3 4 G 0 22 Athletics 1 8 LOUISVOJ.K , August 19. Tba gama be tween the Louisville and Baltimore teams to-day resulted as follows : Louisville . . . .0 7 Baltimore . 9 OOP 4 I 1 0 8 Northwestern MOIXKS , la. , Aiuust 19. The North western ICUKUO games to-day resulted as fol lows : Mlunoipolls 4St Paul n , at Minneapolis. Oshknsh 13. La C'rossc 3 , at Oshkosh. Kau Clalro T , Duluth 10 , at Duluth. 9KT7) Itnccs At Snrntoija. SAHATOOA , August 10. The attendance was good ttio wctithcr cloudy and tlio track heavy. Three-quarters mile : Emperor ot Norfolk won , Van Lcland second. Pewcop third. Time 1:10 : > One nnd a halt mlles : Brown Duke won , Irish Pat second , Kllerlio third. Time Heats , thrpc-quartcrs nillo : Oleanor won first heat , Pearl Jennings second , Wahoo third. Tlmo l:10 : > f' The second heat was finished In the same order. Time 1:17. : Mlle nnd seventy yards : Chlckahomlny won , Nettle second , Salex third. Time Stw'plechasc , two inllrs and a half : War- rlngton won , Abraham Bccoud , Broyfoylo third. lirlffliton Itoaoh Plyorn. BHIOIITOJT BKAcir , August 19. Fine weather and a largo attendance. Three-quarters mile : Subaltern won , Billy Brown second , Marquis third. Time 1:19K- Ono mile : Harvard won , Efllo Hardy second end , Kink third. Tlmo-l:4'itf. : Mile nud a furlong : Wlndsall won , Frolic second , Gold Star third. Tlmo 1:57 : ! . Milo and a quarter : Tattler won. Lute Arnold second , Waukesha third. Time 3:11J : < . Mile and a sixteenth : Adnnls won , Hazard / - zard second. Qnlncy third. Time l:52f. : ! Mlle and n sixteenth : Duplex won , Diablo second , Whisky Jack third , Time 1:53& : The Unlaton Hoatn ( he Dauntless. JlAiir'AxAueustl9. In the race between the Unlatra and Dauntless to-day the Galatea won on account of her allowance , although the Dauntless led her at the closu about 100 foot. * SIX SOCIALIST MEETINGS. All Denounce llunry George an an Knciny of Labor. NEW Youic , August 10. ( Special Telegram to the BEK. | Six enthusiastic meetings were hold last night by the socialists , at which Henry George and Dr. McUlynn were roundly denounced. A reporter asked Al exander Jones , a socialist leader , what he thought of the situation. "So George wants to catch tbe farmer vote , does he ? Doesn't he kn ow that 40,000 farm ers out In Ohio could not pay their taxes last year and were sold out by the sheriff ? George can't hoodwink the farmers. They can never understand his theories. To catch them he wants to tnrow us overboad. Wo are the bugbears. If wo are thrown out bodily wo will bo ten times stronger than when we went In. " Dr. Marcus Merkln Is the founder of the socialists. Ho made this statement to a re porter : "The socialists will now paddle their own canoe and will never more have anythlnir In common with the united labor party. Tbe next step logically must be the ellmlnntlon of all that was for the Interest of labor In the platform ot the united labor party , even down to the very name of the party Itself. It must not be called the united labor party any more. Halt of the workingmen - men will no longer belong to It. " William A. Wallace , who was the organ izer of the iinltfd labor pany. said : "It looks too much like machine politics. Henry George's partner , Croasdale , his lawyer , Post , his son , Henry George , Jr. , his priest , Dr. MoGlvnn , and his lleiitcnanfs are run ning the Syracuse convention. The horny- handed sons ot toll won't stand it. " AUB1Y niFLia HIIOOTINO. At Dallovuc Raneo. BKLLKVCE , Neb. , Aueust 19. | Special Telegram to the BBE.I To-day closed up the second day's firing for places on tlm de partment team. In the forenoon the firing was skirmishing at the figure targets. Some good scores were made and the general aver age was excellent. In the afternoon the firIng - Ing was at 200 and 809 yards. Some excel lent scores were made at these ranges. To morrow will close the competition and will bo a very interesting day , skirmishing In the forenoon and firing at 590 and 600 yards. The following Is the standing ot the first fourteen competitors to date : Score , Sergt Schalle. Seventh Infantry . 33'J Lieut. Kerr , Seventeenth Infantry . 330. Private Deltz , Seventeenth infantry . 330 Sergt. Lewis , Sovotith infantry . 830 Corporal Ulynn , Seventeenth infantry. . . . 32C Corporal llonrv , Ninth cavalrv . 31C Corporal Walker , Ninth cavalry . 3U First Serirt. Speucpr , Seventeenth inf. . . 31- ) Corporal Handy , Eighth Infantry . 3U Corporal Muller , Suventh Infantry . 811 Prlvato Homlg. Seventeenth infantry. . . . : ; Private Jackson , Twenty-first infantry. . 301 Private Elliott , Second infantry . uoi Lieut. Amulr , Seventeenth , Infantry. . . .300 Death of n Celebrated Astronomer , BOSTON' , Aueust lO.-Alvan Clark , who had a world-wide reputation as a practical as tronomer and manufacturer of telescopes and who has been a resident oC O ambrldg < for the past titty-two years , died this mornlnt nged eighty-throe. Woooiiutx. Mass. , August 19. Schetikeri Band , of the United States fish commission , died here at 3:45 p. m. NKW YOHK , August 19. Charles P. Mlllor the well known lawyer ot this city , aud lilt wife ooth died this morning at their nome in Now London. Conn. , of pneumonia. Tney leave live children. A Summons to Railroad * . PKOIUA. August 19. The state railroad and warehouse commissioners have sum moned representatives of the railroads ol Illinois to appear before them on Septembei 1 and show cause why the schedule of 1111 nols freight rates should not be reduced to the schedule by which Inter-state traffic I : conducted. Shippers and freight bureaus ante to appear at the same time to show caiut why tbo reduction should not be made. Emperor William Again III. BKUI.IN , August 19. Emperor William I : so III It has been arranged that the king ol Saxony shall represent him at the Konigs burg manoeuvres. The otticlal bulletin say : the emperor caught cold during a auddet change In the weather , and that the chle symptoms of his present Indisposition an occasional rheumatic pains. Capture of a Noted Orook. LOUISVILLE , Auzust 19. Edward A. John son , the noted crook and express robber , wh < escaped from the Nashville penitentiary am for whom large rewards were offered , arrlvet hero this morulng In charge of the chief o police , who captured Johnson in Cincinnati Close of the American Bnr Meeting BYRACSUK , August 19. At the close of thi annual session of the American liar associ ation this morning , George G. Wright , oDes Dos Molues , la. , was elected president. The ITOS Htatoraenr. NKW YOHK , August 10. The assignee o Ives it Co. says he will have a statement of thi firm's affairs ready to-morrow. Ho status lha ho has arranged 81,000,000 of loans , so thai stock held for security for them will not be sacrificed. Steamship Arrivals. NEW YottK , August 19. ( Special Tologran to the BKK. ) Arrived The City of Itloh mend from Liverpool ; the Helvetia frou Liverpool ; tha Dermyter from Antwerp ; thi Trave from Bremen. Hol'H KB co Covered. Bf.ni.iN , August 19. There was an ccllpsi of the sun to-day. The sky was partly over cast and the sun was In visible. Thousand o people came to Berlin by railway and In car rltees from different points to objervo th < phenomenon. Another Candidate For Canada. CAIIMKI , N. Y. , August 19.-K. A. Hoyt cashier ( the Putnam County Savings bank la a defaulter to the amount ot 815,000 , MORE CHICAGO CROOKEDNESS The Oily Council This Time Suspected of Being a Bed of Rottenness. AN INVESTIGATION ON THETAPIS Trending Aldermen Pocking Their Grips and Preparing to Europe the Mecca of Their Jhlongo's TJoortlo A filiation * . CmcAoo , August 19. [ Special Tolpcram to the UFE. | It Is by no means a matter of news to the Chicago public , already almost surfeited with scandals concerning the cor ruption of public onicials , that tlio attention of the state's attorney and the citizens asso ciation and Indeed the entire thinking popu lation has been concentrated for some tlmo past on certain manifest "deals" between big corporations and the brlbcable part of the city council. Valuable franchises have bcon granted ono after another , the benefits of which to the eranteos were Immense , but to the city next to nothing. At the saino tlmo It has been a matter of public notoriety that contemporaneously with these successive pltts to corporations aldermen who in priv ate life were unable to earn more than barely a living have waxed enormously rich with out having to toll or spin. 'Iho Inference of course was plain that the remuner ation for these rich gltts was passIng - Ing Into the private pockets of the people's representatives. All this lin.4 been' common talk on the streets ami wherever men do congroitate , tor many months past , nnd the good work done In the case of tlm corrupting of county commissioners Is now probably to bo followed by searching In vestigations of the city council. All this has suddenly crystalled by the sudden disap pearance of ; Henry Sheridan , who was con fidential secretary to Dwlght K. Tripp , vice president and general executive manager of the Chicago Sectional Underground Electric company. Trlppts no longorconnccted with the concern , but has tripped over to merry England , whore , it is said , he means to stay. Ho obtained from the council , for the com- pany.a virtual monopoly of the underground conduit rights in the streets of Chicago. How ho secured these privileges and what was paid for them and to whom will bo made tlio subject of judicial Inquiry. The under ground company was sold to the Arc Llglit and rower company , then to the Consumers' Gas company , and is now owned by the Gas 'irust. bheridan , the coniidontlal clerk , bad been picked up by Tripp , and Is known to have been In the secret of the "deal" bywnlch the franchise was obtained. It Is asserted that ho has given reliable information touch ing those transactions to the Citizens asso ciation and to Urinnell , Information which Is calculated to make more than ono public official quake In his.boots. It Is not certain that Sheridan has run away. It Is conject ured by some that he may have been toted oil by the state , after Iho manner of its deal ing with Nick Schneider , and may turn up at any opportune moment when wanted by the grand jury. H Is a person of some what loose habits , and has been sorely in need of cash lately , so ttiat ho mav have been driven to "squeal. " This may theretoro prove the enterlair wedge Into an Inquiry , which , If bezun at all , will not stop till the Immense mass of hidden rottenness Is un earthed. The underground conduit fran chise is by tlio "deal" no means only concern- Inir which the state's attorney has evidence of bribery , ierkes and his north sldo rail- wav. besides numerous other corpoiations , will be shown up in no favorable Dalit. It Is reeaided as a little singular that at this inter esting epoch in our olllcial histoiy so nianv prominent persons who must certainly liavo coirnlrance of the transactions mentioned , if there were any , have taken leave of absence and that seine of them propose to remain away probably until the limitation within which any investigation can only extend ex pires. Some have gene and more ate pro- parlnirtogo. It is not to neighbor Canada this time , but to distant Europe , or perhaps around the world. THE B'i' . JOU TUAGEDY. Croat Indignation Over the Shooting or Farmer Untin. ST. JOSRPII. Mo. , August 19. iSpeclai Tel egram to the UEK.J The shooting of Farmer Samuel Uann Is still the topic of conversation In this city and county. The wounded man is still alive , but Ills recovery Is not thought possible. A reward of 82,500 Is offered by his family for the arrest and conviction of the criminals. 'Iho county is In a state of excitement over it. There is not a clue as to who did the shootitu , ' . Whim It occurred It was dark and the man aid not advance to whore the light from tlio house could fall upon them. Besides this they wore masked nnd ran away as soon as their work was done. ShorllT Andrland yesterday morning , with a posse of twelve men armed with Win chester rifles , rode to tlm scene of the shooting and made a thorough search of the Biirroundinc : country. Not the slightest clue could be obtained. Mr. Charles Fuquay , a neighbor of the Ganns , who was the second ono on the scene of the shooting on Wednesday night , tracked one ot the vllllans southeast through the barn yard to a point about 150 yards from whore the shooting occurred. He says tne foot print was ten and one-half inches in length. This is all the evidence the fellows loft be hind them. Farmers in the vicinity have been riding over the country for forty-eight hours , but witti no success , and the chase has been abandoned as a fruitless ono. Since the man her of sliootlne has been looked Into there Is an Inclination to the belief that robbery was not the motive for the crime at all , but a deslro for revenge on the part of those who had a real or fancied icrudgo against Mr. Uaun. This opinion Is not only entertained by the neighbors but by Mrs. ( lann herself , who admits that robbers would have proceeded differently. It Is presumed by those who go even far enough to point out the class of men who did tlio shooting that some of Mr. Uanu's hired men , with whom liodUl nut part on the best ot terms , have taken these moans M get rovente. Yesterday the Gann residence was visited by hundreds of people , many of them from the city , who went to express in person their regrets at the occurrence and to offer services In any direction Mrs. Gann might suggest. I'robably no farmer In the entire enmity Is better known in St. Joseph than Mr. Ciaiin and he numbers his friends here by the thousands. In the country It Is tlio same , and when the writer visited the residence tonight there were tied In the open lot at the front of the largo house a dozen or more horses hitched to vehicles and as many saddle horses. In and around the house were at least fifteen people , all anxious to do what they could. The reporter was Informed ttiat the crowd had been that large all dav , people coming and going constantly. If caught , tlm people who didtho | shooting will never see tlio Inside of the jail. More nerve than was displayed by Mr. Uann after the shooting has never been hoard ot in this country. The third shot had been fired when Miss Julia Uann , who was passing through the dining room , ran out on the porch and clapping hnr hands ordered the fellows away. The men ran away a fast as they could upon seeing her. and she with her father started In pursuit , the two chasing them over 00 yards from the house. He- turning , the old gentleman ordered tlio neigh borhood roused and the big farm bell was rung for almost half an hour. Mr. Gann himself superintended all that was done. Presently he became weak from loss of blood and said he believed ho was hurt. An exam ination followed and the two wounds lo cated. By this time the neighbors tman. to arrlvo and two of them wern sent post haste to the city for a physician. The physicians are astonished at this unusual and wonderful exhibition of vitality. Tne county court of Uuchanan county has offered sJ'JJO reward for the capture of the criminals. Wnather Indication * . For Nebraska : Fair weather , southerly winds , becoming variable , slight ch.tngea in temperature. For Iowa : Fair weather , southerly winds , becoming variable , warmer In eastern portion tion , stationary temperature In western per tion. tion.For Dakota : Fair weathnr , followed by local rains , warmer followed by coolur weather , variable winds. \VAsi ! IXK-TON General Morro 'V'ldcns ' On tlecrnlU. WAOIIISOTOJT , AJiWist 19. fSpoclat Tele gram to the UKK.b-jenoral ( Henry A. Mor row , of the nniivpho * made an Important recommendation Vftftcornlne the supply of recruits , which will Airobably be lavorably considered at ariny icadquartors. In the opinion of Generjilu' Morrow , tlm present practice of supplying recruits to companies but once a year ar/fr'thon / ' In largo detach ments , should bo jjlf , < , ontlnuod , and recruits should bo sent to companies to 1111 vacancies as they occur. 1m itils way , ho thinks , a steady stream of Hear ) men would bo contin ually flowing In to companies , and would , so to speak , bo quicker assimilated by this sys tem. Under the present custom nearly every company In the army receives oacli year from six to a dozen men In a single batch. This works badly In all respects. Tlio now men do not readily fall Into the ways of the company , and being so numer ous , they form cliques among themselves. General Morrow thinks a better plan Is to fill as far as practical vacancies as they occur. It Is thought that If the system sug- gcstpd by ( Joiior.ll Morrow Is adopted , It will have tlio tendency to lesson the number ot desertions. The experiment of paying United States troops monthly instead of quarterly , now beIng - Ing tried by Paymaster-General .Rochester , has , it seems , been favorably received by both officers and mem. On account of the limited number of paymasters , It has been possible to make the monthly payments only to central posts. Application arc received dally from the more remote posts , asking that they be Included among thoao to receive the benefits ot tlio now rule. It has bcon neces sary to refuse all such requests. It Is be lieved. however , that before lung the troops will bo .sulllclently concentrated and railroad facilities so Increased as to make it possible for tliu entire army to be paid once a mouth. lown and Nnhruflkn Ponfltons. WAsm.vaTON , August 19. ISpeclai Tele gram to the BsK.l Tlio following Nebraska pensions were granted today : Wllhelm Worth , Hampton ; J. C. Uloson , Moulton ; Albert Kemp , Uassott , aicroaso ; Charles Lancaster , Central City ; J. T. Gatowood , Papllllon , reissue ; Wesley Liming. Beat- trice. Iowa : Mary C. , widow of James G. Monk , Falrtiold ; Joseph Hazon , Gurloy : A. 1) . Hubbell , Edgewood ; William Klnick , Iu- buquo. increase ; G. W. Siianks. Corydon ; J. C. O'Uamol. Urinnell ; William L. Salem , Belniont ; John Sprouso , Lootsboro ; Will- lam Anssell , Barrett ; G. W. Mondohal , Star ; Daniel Lamphler , Newton. The Do art Number Klehty. PEOIUA , August ID. The body Identified at the Chatsworth wreck aa that of Mrs. Clay , of Eureka , has been Identified as thatof Mrs. Hicks , of. Chlllfcotho , whoso body has been missing. The unknown body , which has been placed in the vault here , has been Identified as that ot Mrs. Clay , and the trans fer has boon made. The deid now number eighty and all- have been Iden tilled. Police narrankti Stoned By a Mob. DUIIMN , August 10.A riot occurred to day at Koiimarc , County Kerry , and a mob attacked and stoned fljo barracks where the police arc quarter The nollco charsed with drawn sword9nnon , , the rioters , Injuring many and arresting a number. Ponnd Denrt' ' With Diamonds. DKTHOIT , August'lW ' J. D.Barstow , a weal thy Peorla , 111. , citj on , was found dead In a saloon In this city tls.aftornoon. ) ) On the body a largo number of valuable diamonds were found. it y The Boor's I OH.S Contradicted. POUTLAKU , Ale. , August 19. A letter re ceived a few days ago by Ilov. Father Healy from his brother , Captain Iloalv , of the reve nue steamer Boar , contradicted the report ot the loss of the steamer. THK VKTI2KAN K1UEMEN. Preparations For Koceiving the Vis itors Prom New York. In accordance with the invitation con- tallied in the following letter from J. li. Pond , the agent and manager of the lyceum bureau of leoturos in New York , a meeting of the old volunteer tire de partment was hold last night at the city hull , I.V. . Miner In the chair : EVEHETT HOUSK , New York. August 10. John Galllgan , Esq. , chief engineer fire de partment , Omaha. Neb. Dear Sir : I onclosti you a circular and bill of far * of the Veteran Firemen's nsbocUtinn of Now VorK , who contemplate an excursion to California and Intermediate point * . The object of tins visit is to see how much fun the veterans can get out of four weeks travel. I have written to mv friends , C. 11. Dewey and B.1J. . Hounds , Mr. Uosowater and Dr. Miller , all of whom say that Omaha will give us a big time. I would like to extend an Invitation to you and your assistants to attend our grand con cert and reception on the ovcninc ot the 9th , aim If vour department feels like joining lu the craud parade , It will aid very much in c.irrylnz out the original Intention , that Is , a general good time. J. B. POND , The nieotinclwas largely attended by the veteran iiremon of the city , who Eoonioci anxious to give tlioir visiting brethren a cordial reception. A visit to Cut-oil'luko and other modes of enter tainment were proposed. The bettor to sooure the objoot , u committee of two from caoti of the old companies was ap pointed , with J. J. UulHcan , chief of the Omaha lire department , us chairman , The names of the cornmlttco arc"as fol lows : A. J. Ilurold , C. G. Hunt. No. 1 ; James Tehou , A. Moynahan , No. 2 : John Roach , Lewis Faist , No. 3 ; W. J. Ken nedy. A. J. Simpson , hook and ladder ; Charles Fishor. Fred Snitz , Dnrant ; W. T. Thlafngan , W. Uon Hold , UohiRo hose company , and Ed Crowell nnd 1)V. . Lane , Thurston. This committee will meet next Monday night at Chief Galli- gau's oilico , and perfect all arrange ments. The visiting firemen will arrive in this city on Thursday , September 8 , Cuppa's band of sixty pieces will accompany them , and irivo a concert at the exposi tion building on the night of the Cth , at which Miss Horfonso Pierce , the cele brated soprano , will sing. Tito expenses of Iho trip , the objective point of which is California and return , are estimated at $60,000. The Conductor and the Police. Frank Dunbar , the conductor who waa shot at and wounded by thrco policemen about3:30 : Thursdajr1 morning , returned from his rim last qvaning and a BKIrep resentative called.tdlget further informa tion in regard to his adventure , but ho refused to bo interviewed , saying that lie had seen Soavey jijfid had bcon charged to sixy nothing to , , , tlio newspaper men about the matter. ! The pistol wound in his arm he said was healing rapidly as to the wound on tho'lcg ho would not bo positive whether ifas / the result of a pistol shot , or wa 'received ' as ho fell down on the stopa'ofjtho Cozzons when pursued by the poliqp. The story of the ulluir as publislied.li ( ) admitted was true in the main. As to the action ho would take in tlio mattor.-ifo said ho himself did not know. * flrct'llien. Tlio amount of internal revenue taxes collected yesterday was $3,099.38. District court convenes again to-day. All four of tlio judges havtf returned from tliuir respective pleasure trips and are ready for work. A call for a meeting of the grand and travcrso juries for the United States dis trict court was inado yesterday by Judge Dundyor the 24th of October. The two marriage cortilicator issued yesterday were to Marion S. Martin and Mrs. Nellie Tall' , and John A , JacKson and Knmiu Anderson. All the parties are residents of the city. The Swedish library association has moved its quarters from St. ( toorgo's ball to 1310 Douglas street. Under the man agement of Cimrlns Hanson , the presi dent , the library is in a prosperous con dition. Charles Suillb , tic cab driyar who w S arrested on the nhargo of robbing J. OlYcn , ot Dodge City , of his watch and 170 In money while aslcop in Smith's cab , had a hearing before Jungo Uoka yesterday and was put under $1,000 bonds to appear before the district court. An Itinerant book agent named Mrs. Mary Lowii left $15 worth of books with MM. Ida Holland , a dressmaker at 315 North Sixteenth street. Mrs. Holland rnado part payment on the books , and being rather slow lu meeting her Install ments , Mrs. Low ! ? , in the ab.sonco of Mrs. Holland , wont into tlio lattur's par lor and removed the books. Mrs. Hol land therefore has hud tlio book agent arrested for larceny. Mrs. Holutz , a violently insane person , who was discharged Irom the county farm three weeks ago apparently well , has suffered a relapse and was taken to the county Jail yesterday. When the ballill'took her in ohargo he discovered that her Ilttlo three-year-old girl was covered with bruises. The sheriff aont tlio child to the county farm. Mrs. llcintz has a husband who Is lu delicate health at Miller station , but they htivo separated , nnd she lias bcon living in a room on the corner of Eleventh and Loavonworth streets. llanipnnt Terriers. Yesterday about 11 a. m. Frank John son , from Fremont , while passing down Farnam street near Fourteenth , was bit ten on thu calf of tlio leg by a ferocious dog. Ho went to Dr. Ualbrailh's oilico and had the wound dressed. Dr. Gal- bralth was himself bitten only n couple of days before by a dog on Nineteenth street. If there is an ordinance concern ing muzzling dogs , this would bo a good tlmo of the year to enforce it. Notice. All incmbors of the Omaha board of trade are earnestly requested to meet at the board rooms at 2:30 : o'clock tliia ( Sat- ttirday ) afternoon to go In a body to Masonic hall and attend ttio funeral sor- viccs of Vico-Prosident Carl A. Fried. P. K. Ii.Kit , First Vine President. G. M. jSATTiN'OEii , Secretary. Personal Paragraphs. Jiulgo Norton , of Dallas , Texas , is in the city on legal business. J. II. Lamar leaves for Chicago to day on a six weeks1 business trip Ueorco Rush , a leading brewer of Spriugticld , 111. , is in the city on a short visit. visit.D. D.V. . Van Cott returned yesterday from the cast after an absence of two months. E. B. Southard , of the firm of Sher wood & Southard , has just returned from an extended trip cast. Tlio Misses Mamio and Emma Fitch returned last evening from a six weeks' sojourn in thu mountains of Colorado , S. B , Jones , assistant general passen ger agent of the Union Pacific railway , accompanied by J. K. Chambers , local agent , left last evening for Davenport , la. They return Monday. Editor G. M. Hitchcock , of the World , and family , have gone to Salt Lake City for a ten days' soiourn. Mr. W. K. Goodall , also of tlio World , left last even ing on a recreation trip through the west. _ Competition In Products. The prospects for the coming fair nnd exposition , are fairly booming. Secre tary McShano has received applications for space from ton counties outside of Douglas for the purpose of exhibiting products by counties. Every inch of available spucu upon the grounds in all departments will bo occupied and these desiring accommodations had bettor apply at onco. It will soon bo too lato. Tim Scharp , of Nebraska City , lost three cows last week from colic caused by oatlnc green corn. Brutalizing Sport. The Kpoeh. The most inveterate stickler for the cultivation of "the noble art of self- defense1' must admit that the recent records of the prize-ring are marked by an all but uniform brutality. The very latest encounter that of Monday last , between Reagan and Henry was de clared a draw after it had lasted two hours and a half and thirty-nino rounds had been fought. The fight was stopped , hot because the lookers-on were tired of it , or because the principals had been punished enough , but bccuuso the crowd throw down the ropes aud a gonural en gagement was imminent between the partisans'ou ' cither side in whicli pistols were likely to figure largely. As the rcfcroe rccretfuliy remarked : "From the appearance of the crowd you might have expected better manners. There were 300 people who paid $10 upico for their tickets. Many ot them wore busi ness m on and swells from up among the high-toned hotels. The better class , however , were tlm more excitable , and wore the first to rush through the ropes. They began the yelling because they had lots of money up on the match , and got kind of crazy. " All of which goes to show tlint the brutalizing cfl'ccts of the prize-ring are much more apparent than its tendency to promote either manliness or physical vigor. Wyoming. Thu Black Hills people are reported as anxious for annexation to Wyoming. The Standard Catllo company has in creased its stock from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000. Charles Clay , of Douglas , has failed on account of inability to collect outstand ing debts. Laramie county prisoners now sloop m hammocks instead of ou vermin-infested mattresses. Cheyenne capitalists have had their oycs loasted with specimens of free gold rock from tlio .Hamburg mine , pro nounced to bo the richest ever obtained in tlio vicinity of that city. Tlircn tramps attempted a daylight burglary at Itawlins , but were prevented from carrying oil'any goods by a plucky young lady with a revolver. They made their escape , but were captured at Sep aration and lodged in jail. The Pacific Const. B. F. Gump , for twenty-four years a resident of Montana , died of pneumonia last Tuesday at IJutto. Ihitto'.s bullion shipments last wcuk were G ! ) bur.- , valued at $09,260 ; the Alice shipped 21 bars of tlio value of f 14,500 ; the Moulton , 13 bars , f 10,008. Gcorgo Grlllith , late of Sawbooth , Idaho , lias been arrested at Curliu on a charge of willfully killing a man named Koplur. Grilllth's wife is said to bo nearly crazy ovur the trouble. James A. Brown , known as "Lonn Brown , " a gambler , killed himself at Virginia City on the 12th. Ho left a let ter written in a jocular manner stating his intention to kill himself. A bold highwayman secured several thousand dollars in cash by holding up three residents of Thompson Falls re cently. A Winchester in the robber's hands persuaded the victims to disgorge. A Butte undertaker attempted to pat ronize his own business by taking mor phine , but ho overloaded his stomach and is still in the land of the living and prepared to bury other people with neat ness and dispatch. Mrs. Uosello , on trial at Los Angeles on the I'ith for throwing vitrol in Potrio'fl face , was saved by the tenderness of thruo men on the jury , who declared they would not convict a woman , and so thu jury was discharged. John Shoemaker , Ql Eureka , bud 300 snccp poisoned during the past week , vnhlcd at about $1,300. They were found huddled together , dead , on a rocky place nrar the springs south of Eureka , away ofl' from grass or anything for thorn to have eaten. Rogers Bros. , of Lost River , disposed of their wool this week , 70,000 pounds , tea a Philadelphia firm , receiving therefor 17 couta pfir pound , or f 11,1)00 ) for the whole lot. They also purchased of Henry ( John , of Salt Lake , four of the finest bucks over brought into Idaho Territory. They are French Merino stock and will shear forty pounds of wool to thu shuop , The prlco paid was f 75 per head , The Oregon Pacific surveyors are now m the neighborhood of Nampa prospect ing for a route to connect the Cmcago & Northwestern. They came from the west , crossed over Snake river and are working toward tlio survey extended from Wyom ing. They nro not making a regular pre liminary survey , but are looking over thu country for thu purpose of lindinir out as far ns possible the intentions of the Union Pacific company and the con- otruction of the Idaho Central railroad to the mountains. Hood's Sarsapar/'l/a Combines , In a manner peculiar to Itself , the best blood-purifying nml strengthening reme dies of the vegetable kingdom. You will find this wonderful remedy cflectlvo where other medicines have failed. Tiy It now. It will purify your Hood , rcgulato the dlgeitlon , and glvo new llfo ami \ Igor to the entire body. "Hood's H.irsaparllla did tno great good. I was tired out from overwork , and It toned ino up. " Mlts. U. E. RIMIIONS , Cohocs , K. Y. " I suffered three years from blood poison. I took Hood's Harsaparllla and think I am cored. " lilts. M. J. DAVIS , Brockport , X. Y. Purifies the Blood Hood's Barsaparllla Is characterized by thrco peculiarities i 1st , tlio combindtion at remedial agents ; 2d , the froportlont 3d , tlio protest of securing the active medicinal qualities. The result Is a mcdlclno ot unusual strength , effecting cures hitherto unknown. Send for book containing additional evidence. "Hood's Barnanarllla tones up my system , purifies ray Mood , sharpens my appetite , and RCcmB to mnks mo orcr. " J. r. TiioMraow , Itcglstor of Deeds , Lowell , Mass. "Hood's Sursaparllla beats nil other * , and U worth Its vreight In cold. " I. IUBUINOTOW , 130 Dank Street , New York City. Hood's * . Sarsaparilla Bold by all druggist * $1 ; six for | 5. Made only by a I. HOOD & CO. , Lowell , Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar. " Oh , HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM It exquliltcljr loTeIy"aald Mini Brown to tier Irlcndi , ai ih * entered the drawing room , After taking Inn ; , hot , fatiguing drive over a candy , durty road. "It Is so Pure , Clrnnly and RorreshlBB. I nlwayn have It with me , and M 'tli a Harmlrii Uqnlil , I can use It In ft moment and gf I Mich Initunt relief from tbe Itudiirti , JtonchiifR" , r allnirnmn , Tnn , Freckle * acd Horrid Old Hliln niemlibeii , cnustdbya Hot Han and Dry , Ilarah Winds. " LndleB , MAGNOLIA BALM Is for Face , Neck Arm * anil Iluuda. It can't bo Detected THY IT I A SURE CURE OR NO PAY. OUR MAGIC REMEDY Gimn AI.II Srrnrt.mo DISEASES OF RECENT on BTANBINO IK FROU FIVB TO TEN DAYS. HO OTHER REMEDY ON EARTH Will In All Cases Cure This Disease. Blnce the hl tory ' m dleno ! a trn Sneclno for Byphllltlo Dl eti hai bern I lUBlit fiir hut never found notllthedlieoYeryotour MA.UIC HKMRliY. . We hate every re iou to lullove th t It li li - lately unknown in any nliyitclan , ipeclillit or Cham ; lit llvlnr. ellhpr Inthli or Uie old world. It wu discovered by mere arcMont thirteen yran cobra man of no financial meant but a natural chemut , who ouly nied It In a quiet way In c ft coming U hli nolle , where mlTerera could get n Teller , though tlinrouKhly trying every known i i- edr and employing lie moit iklllful pliytlclani In the land , who had ultlmaloly pronounced these ca e ' "rheremcdr here advertlied hat been guarded with tbeuliiioitaecrecy tlnce 111 dUeoverv. until a rear aKo. when tlili i hemltt died poor , at he alvrayitiad bVn * n'l ihenrKlnal formula purchaied ot hll widow ThU In bilef It the true hhtory ot thlt moit ? ( ) "mMfenT CO. thcri-tore h.vepo.tct- Iiin of the only medicine In the world that will cure tnli nretded Illieair In all III form * They are Jutllned In tlili utemont for the re ton that the latrtt medical workt piihllihed bythobe t- known authorltlri. lay th ro It no Iruo speclnc w'iaViiowwe have a Invt Brxiuno-oa * rutT "Tho Vwho''have'mplOTed every other known rem- ttr llhout lunentt should lva uj a trial. No cur no pay , and no expenie to patient In an ) way. We do not tell the Heraedy , or tend It out , under "WimTrV.'t'ai'.UB.iof ' thi , due , , , at our 1)1 , neni.ary. or at the patient1 , lesldnicc ' "her In Omaha or elsewhere In ctici where the patient u " ' ' " ' rhy Jl In nttenil- ani-n who la critiluatx of uvurat cullc im mitt lum Ituil iivnr lfi vfir4 rxpnripnris l"w F"II TO CUBE. TUB COOh-llKMHDY CO wilL a ru u ALI. ON r AXU FAT EVTIUE EXMNIE INCUURKIl IK VI11TINII OMAHA , Whether the QlltaDCO thouftand mtlet. . , b ten or ten Our lontraiti will be endowed by a renpontlMe petion and to Hie entire aallifactton of patlanti. Old chronic < aies ot ( ioiioirhaa and ( licet porma nrntlyi-nred. a , If hymaglc. In nrn "la a Thli Uemedy acta ImmedUtelv upon the 1)101. ) removlni ; fmni the tyateme err frwof polton Fever Horti * . Ulc ri4 , KriuiHoiii ; , Here IMoutli , llnlr-Fnlllni ; , Bii'l ll * Uln IH ' . OUSOA curnd lu a imirrnloiKly liort limn. No ntlier known HomedIn lh rld c n do In ill inonthi wh t we miaranli e lo ilo In two wi ok , All we aik It a trial D i HOT rouoEr IIIAT wt nUABANTEK A OUHIl OK NO PAY. No b | ( CUlUt II I'linlrUn will do IhU , You knnw from natt P" ' ence. If you are ( me of ( he ainitted. Tii'i-e ' / > ' clani know th'y have no icmi-dy with which thry , . and will , a , o i cure all Chronic Ci ei of Hiplilllt. matter of court' , tay It la Impoiilblu to eilec ! a per maneetcure. lint eUrfy nr of lli m liilirlruuia cate that we will not rtirc permanently In a tlioriM time lh n Un inlrpd for the inou recent ca c , wllii any other known remely In Ihn world Com-iponiltii rimd it ( rlllcal lulu.llsutlun lullc Ited Ixilh at to our nu.inolal it indlntf nu M cruelty , Addren COOK IIE5IEDY CO. , OMAHA. T , HOOK 17. H I.HIN Uuniimu RUPTURE CURED Jly Dr. SncillUor'sinellioil. No operntloni no pitln ; no iletuntlon ftom Iiui < | iies4. Adnptoil t" chllilrun un ncll asKnuvn ixoplo. Iliiiulic-iliior autOKruiili tiiMliminmU < m flic. All liiiHliirsrt strictly roiitldontUI. Coiitultiitlon free PROF. N. D. COOK Room U , 1&14 Pouylas Si. , Omaha , Neb , LSL CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000. " \Vo do hereby certify that wo supervise the nrrnniroinpiitg for all the Monthly a"1' B ° Annunl Hrnwlnjr * of The I.oul l na Mute Lot tery Company , nil In parson uintmKO mm con trol tlio drawlniTH tlipin elve * . nml that th gnmo nre conducted with honesty , fiilrnons and in ( rood fiilth toward nil ptrtlns. iitul wo aiithof Izo ttin Company to UPC this certincnto with fad similes o f our slginituro attached , In In advor tlsonioiits. " COMMISSIONERS Wetho ttntlorslifiipd mnk * . nnd flankers will rmy nil Prizes illitwit In The I/oulilanii 9tat l/ottcrlos which mnjr bo presented nt our coun ters. .T. II. OOI.F.silY.Pro8. Loulstmrn National lik. < riimilK I-ANAUX. Pres. Stnto National Ilk A. HALDWllf , Pros. NowOrloan * Nnt'lUank CAlll. KOIIN , Pros. Union NHtlonal Hauk. U NTKECEDENTEiTATKTAGTION ! OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED , Lonigania Stnto Lottery Company Incorporittoil In lwfor , Vi yoarnhy the Icg Itlatur * for piliionlloiml nml rharltnblo piirpn < oawith it capital of | l.uill)00-tii ) which arosorvu fund of ever | .ViOtORJ ( haa nlneo boenaildoii , llf nn overwholmlne popular vote lu frniielilto wai nmJe n narl of tlm nro i < nt ttnta cuustltutlun uJoptoJ Dpcomhcr Zml. A , 1) . ISTH Tlio only lottury ever voted ou and endorsed bytho peoploor ntiystiito. It no\or "cnlos or postpohcs. Its ( Inuiil Single Number Drnwlnffstnkoplnca tnoiiUily , and tlio Scml-Atuuinl Drnwlnus ro u < Inrly every slv nioiithsUuuoiind Di'i-cinbor. ) A SI'I.KNDIt ) OPI'OUTUNITV TO WIN A FOUTUMi : . Ninth Orund Dntwlnir , clns * I , In the Aenilemy of Musie , Now Orlcnns. Tuoa- ilay.Bop. U , issr 208th Monthly Drawing. CAPITAL I'KI E , 8150,000. ta Notico-Tickots are Ton Dollars only. Halves , $5. Fifths , $2. Tenths , SI. LIST Of 1 CAPITAL Plll/.K OK i 1(1 HAND I'KI/.I ! OF 1 GUANO I'HI/.i : OF s i.Aitai ! I'ltix.nsoi' 4 LAItnKPItl/.IiS Of SO PI11X.K3 OF 60 " I I' 100 " 200 600 " Al'PItOXlMATION . 100 Approilnmtlon Prl/cs of 100 r 100 " l.ww Turralnal S.1T9 Prizes nmountlnir to 1533.000 Applleatlon for rntrt to club thouM be mauo onlr to the office of the company In Now Orloan * . Vur further Information nrlto clearly , nlvlnx full aildrons. I'OSTAIi N'OTKS , enirets nionuy ordorn.or New York Urchaiitjo In ordinary letter. Currency by Mpreu ( at our oxpon--1 - - * * OHI..AM. LA. . Or M. A. DAUPHIN , WASHINGTON , D. C. Andrew Registered letter * to MtW OKLEANS NATIONAL HANK NlWOlll.KANS R Ti M R M R T3 R Thl" th , pr no of , . < > noral Beaaregard and Barlr , who are In charge of the ( Irawlnga , Is Knap. ante * of abnotutn fairness and iDtoitrltr , thai Ui < chances are all omul , and that no ona oan poitlbir dlTln * whatnumbar will draw a Prlie. RBMKM11KU that the imvment of oil prizes Is OITAIUMIECI ) IIY roim NAflOSAI , HANKS of NOW Orleans ami tbo Tlckotaiirn signed by the president otan Institution , whtwn chnrterrvl rights nra recog nised In th lilchost cnuruij therefore , beware ot anr Imitations oranonrmous Kchemoi HOUSEKEEPERS'I DEAL KETTLE Something entirely now nnd soils nt slKlit Uar- .ton's Stoiunlesi , Odor- floss , Non-Iloll-Uver-Kot' rile. Una diH'p rnlaod cover and water Joint , nml un outlet w tilch car * ring nil stenm and odor of Iliu chlmnoy. Patent Steamer attachment nlono worth thn jirlco. Agents wanted , muloor fomaloln every town In Nebraska. Profits IS to (10 per day. Liberal terms and eioluslvo terri tory given. Send stump Tor rlronlnr nndtorms , Prloos.nqt. , 1.7r. : 8 iit.1.8610qtMHqt. ; ; . 12.80. Model by mall , * Hi. W. B. COOM118 , Qonornl Atrent , Omahu Neb. , 1' . U. lloz 4SJ. FOR SALS BY ALL LCADINO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CSTABLISHM HT3 , milfU-wod-Kiit&aun Cor 13th and Donglas st3. Capital Stock $160,000 \ Liability of Stockholders 3OO.OOO The only regular Bavlnss bank m the stuto.PJvc per cent Intorent paM on dopojtts. Loans Made on Boal state. orncKits : UurO. BAKTON , ProjIJont ; J. J. nnowN , Vic * Preildent : 1. . if. HEtiXETr , Mannrmr l > i- rector : JOHN B. WILDUH. Caablor. THE BANK OF COMMERCE G10 North 16th Street , Paid in Capital $100,000 GKO. E. HAHKEIl. I'rreldont. IIOUT. L. QAItLICIIS , Vico-l'rosldonh , ' F. II JOHNSON.Cashier. DlitKCmiRSi BAtmiti.lt. JOIINBOX , Oro. K. n\uiti Hour. L. UAHMCIIH , WM. HKIVXIIS K. B. JonNPQN. A eenerul bnnklDir Innlnes.i trnnsactod. Jntcreatalloivudon IruodoDO Union National Bank OMAHA , NEB. Paid Up Capital $100,000 Authorized Capital 500,000 W. W , MAKSII , Picsident. J. W. UOIIKPKK , Cashier Accounts solicited and prompt attention given to all business entrusted to iU care. Pay 6 per cent on time deposits. No 20 < ) Masonic Huilding , cor.Capitol Av enue nnd Killi bit. J'cleplioi.e . No 812. nisKA.si : u cnutod bj AIIUSB .t KXCr-bSKK. NKUVOIIh UUIIIIJTV. 1)18- CIIAKOI'.H. rKVI.US , MAf-AltlA. IIKXIH ) . imiSAIlVIIHKA8rS.STIWJTlJllW.IrK.\8- : | ) | ! KU 1'llUsTATi : CLAND ANO IIUADIIKII. OA'llir.lKKS AND SOUNDS. AND OANNOT IIKCIilllUI W1III.K TlliV : IIMhT.OlMt HKM- KDIKSCITIIK TIIIIM. UIIUONIi : Ul.ll'.ASRS AND VAIUCIICHI.H. wllliout drleiitlon fniin builntrss.Hiul tlm Afnlicl Mlnurnl Siirlnir Wulor oiirci tbn KIDNKVH , DIAIIKI'BH. DHOI'slV , I1IAIIIKH , ( UtAVI'.h AND HTONK , Ovnr- whnlmliiir ovMunUo innlleil fren tiy ASAUItfj MKDIOAI. IIUHKAU I'll WlClAN , Wl | v i.