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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , NOVEMBER 9 , 1887 ;
NON-PARTISANS VICTORIOUS ,
. HonoBt Candidates Elected By an
RESULT IN CITY AND COUNTY.
A Wood Slmro of tlio llopiitillonn Cnn-
dlilnlPH Pull Tliroii ! i-Soinc Hue-
ccHsftil DewocrntH The Count
The nirctlon In Oinnlin.
The election In Omaha yesterday passed
off vcrj ciulctlj' . Theio were very few dis
turbances nt the | Klis. The saloons being
generally closed there was very llttlo drunk-
t nness. The.ro was a light vote cast , nol
over one-half of the actual voters , nolwlth
standing the usual lestralnt of reglstratlot
was tin own oft. The heavy rainfall durliif
the afternoon no doubt kept eiulto n large
number of voters away ftntn the polls. There
was n great deal of sciniching on the Jndl
clary and county tickets , and the count ha1
noccumirlly been very slow. It is safe to say
however , at this hour , n a m , that the re
publicans have elected Cobum for shciiff ,
Mooies for clerk of the court , Holln , win
had no opjiosltlon , for treasurer , Howes foi
( ounty suivejor , and in all probability the
three commlssloneis Tinner , Walsh am
Mot i ull. Xo de-Unite results as to Vho othei
county candidates can bo given at this hour
and verj likely not until the ofllcial canvas1
The day opened bright and pleasant , am
the woikers and adheients of the diffcren
candidates were etn lv at the polls and put n
their bent Inks Alight vote was polled ii
the foieiioon and n sluggishness was appai
cut among voton , though the weather , up tc
throt ! houis before the closing of the polls
was all that tould bo desiied. Atito'cloil
rain began to fall and came down in a stc.ulj
tctrcam until the closing hour.
The best of older was maintained at tin
different polling places , and hard wends wen
stilt tly tabooed. This , no doubt , was due n
a measuio to the almost complete elos
ing of H doons , most of the s.ilooi
kec pel shaving ic-sjic-cted the law to the letter
Thoio was considerable scratching indulgec
In bv the vote-is , and straight tickets wen
fcnv and far between. In the third wan
there was the usual dispensing of boodle , am
the gamble ) and wanl minimi i was out ii
fence In the llfth wanl Itoehohad his ad
he-routs imt in squads , even to the nicies
demount The Hist , second , third , fouitli
llfth and sixth wanl m.ido the most noise , bn
It was of the hamilrss kind. In the seventh
eighth and ninth w.nils tin-voting was con
ducte d vvitli the gicutest of docoium
An abstiact of the vote in the eitjam
coiintv as tar as obtainable is given on Un
The StallTicket. .
Tlio state tieket , composed of ono eandl
date foi the supic-mo eomt and two eandl
dales for icgents of tlicstale nniveisitv , ha
bet n eh i ted bj not less than 'J * > , IXKJ in.ijoi it ;
in the state.
The most exciting contest in joste-idaj'
clc'c tlem In Xebiasku was ovei the distiic
Judges Undc-r the law passed bj the his
leglslatine theie vveieniiii-tei-n judges elccte-i
In Xibtaska jesteribij In tlio Fhst , Pout tli
Seventh and Xnith dmtilets there vveie tw
judges elected , in the Thinl theio were foui
and in the other seven theio was ono In cadi
In Home distm ts the demoeiats endoiscd tli
tcpublican eaiidldates , w bile in other disti let
thei o have been some sharp contests. In th
Fust distiict Huniphie\v , the lepublican candidate
didato , w ithdrcw thi eo daj s before election
und Judge Apple-get , who had been endoi sci
by the labor paitv , was put on the ticket ii
his place The election of lirotidv , detnoi'inl
Is eonecded. Hull , ic-publlean , will bobcatci
by his colleague , Apple-get , or bj' 'Ilioma
In the Second distiict the demoeiats en
doised Chapman , of Plattsmouth , the tegu
lai lepubliean nominee , who is elected with
out opposition. They also put up Ma\o
Suvvjer , of Lincoln , against Allen W. Piclcl
lepublican , former speaker of tlio house
The light botw ecu Sawv or and Field po
sesses some Intciesting features. Las
spung , when S.iwjoi was the candidate fo
mavoron tlio deinociatic tie-ket against Ki
Hoggen , republican , 1'ii'ld and u number o
republicans calling themselves stalwint
bolted the ticket und elected K.iwjcr , al
thongli l.iiuoln was icpubliean bv overl.W
majority The tables weio turned ve-ste-nlaj
Ed Uoggcn and his fi lends tut tied out am
rallied to the suppoit of Sawjei to get ic
In the Thinl district the nonputlsiv
judgesWnkcloj' , CJiolT , HopewiU am
louno nioptobahlj dieted in the distm
bv ninjoiitics lunging fiom 'JX ( ) to 'JKH (
Wnkelej will tan y Douglas cotinlj' by hoi
1)0 , ( ) to',001) , ) m.ijoutj Hopowoll has no 01
position. Gioff and Doano are be
lloved to have caua-d the count
by fiom JO to MK ) . Of th
three stialght lepublitan candidate , I'stell
will vet j llkelv lead his colleagues
In the Fouitli distiict Judge Post , icpul
lican , had pnicticallv no opposition , and Mai
' uliall , his republican colleague , will uls
" ' pi obablj'bo elected.
\t' \ Judge Monis , in the Fifth distiict , hn
been i eelcc ted without opposition.
Judge Norval , in the Sixth distiict , had
IS In the Seventh district the bar had ei
> dorscd Isaao Powers , icpubliean , and J. C
i ? Ciawfoid. demoeiat , the pic-sent judge' , bi
) the tepubllcans nominateil ex State Kenatr
Neil Is , of Dixon countj' , together with Pov
crs. The dlsti ic t being republican , the elci
lion of Ciawfoid Is in doubt.
In the Tenth distiict Judge Humor , of Bu
falo countj' , w ill bo elected by a a lai go m ,
Joiitj1 over Giccn , demoeiat , ex minister i
How the I'ooNVont. .
Notwithstanding the oxccedlnglj lh1
vote the print Jpnl pool i coins ot the eitj'wci
uovvded to suffocation last night by the di
fount candidates nnd Inteicstcd piiticbi
the election. At the "Diamond' a vr
ciowd singed tlnough the looms nml be :
weio fieeljinudu and taken. Kepiesenti
| . lives ot the favoiltoc.indidanes vvoiopicsei
f and long odels weio offered in theii bclml
Bets on Xew York and Ohio were the mo
l ) | iuar w agei s outside of the eit j ami count
On the foimer state tlio mamwagcis we :
f.Ml to fill agiinst Fied Giant. On Ohio tl
odds weio in favor of n lepublican victoij.
intiAii Miimxa. :
nl the Imbt
At the icgtilnr weekly meeting of th
Ptesbjteiian Mlnlhtci lai association , hold
thoMilhnd , thoiu was a good attendance i
local cleigjmen of that dcnominution. T ]
expiration of the tei m of the old olllcers hn
Ingairived , Kev. W W Henderbon of tl
North Piosbjteiian church , was cleiti
president ; Hcv. O U. ICcir , of tl
Southvvibt chinch , vice picsldent , nnd He
John Cioidon bccictiny These ofllce
will retain their positions for blxmontli
The subject for discussion was that of " S
rial Preaching , " which was mtiodiucd 1
Mr. Henderson and Joint d in by a nun bet
the gentlemen picsent
The subject of i hanging the numo of tl
North Piesbjtorlan chinch to that of M
Second was discussed , nml it is eiui
likely that thu change will I
mndo. U was but tceont Imvvcve
that tlio Sivond I'liisbvteiian chute
changed its name to that of thu Fust , wine
had gene out of existence. That leaves tl
niilnooftl.n second chinch Wank and as tl
Kaundets stieet chinch und the Xouh l'ic
bjti-rlan , which aio the same oi .iuuiilin
compose the BCc-ond oldest Pu-shiUij.
church In the citj' , tlio members feel tlic
liuvo n rlrht to succeed to tl
hiimo vacated by Mr. Jl
church , especially a * tlio recent
llclunbnt of a chinch on Lnho sliect
the lust mentioned to the geographical desl
nutlon of Noitlr ohurth. The Umngo pi
. will very likely bo. made , and this , w
E.od llkoly caufcfl a changein t'io ' numeric'
Icutlun of tlm Bovcral . Pio-ib.vteci
i&urctics Ir. lUe city. . v' t
CAII vs. CABLK.
The Former KiilnrKCt It Coiniilnlnt
nnd ClnlniM Additional DnmnncH.
The Oinnlin Horse Hnllvvay comininy In
their case nK-ilnst the Cabin Tramway
company , fllcil In the United States c-lreult
court ypstc'iMay nincndments to the sun-
plemcntul bill of roiiilulnt | in this e'nusc.
Amonf ? other things elteil is the fact that
since the presentation of the orl lim ! bill de
fendants have built n double track cable rail
road on Dodge Btieet , dossing orator's
double track on Thirteenth street and cut
ting orator's rails In n way that do-
trovs tholr continuity , greatly to the
dctilmcntof smooth tunning of plaintiff's
; arn , nnd the exec slvo annovance of their
Mtrons. The defendants have also c-on-
tructed double tun Us at the June tnro of Tlf-
ri-nth and Dodgi' stie'ots , Thirteenth and
Hartley ancl Tucntlcth and l ainani , nnd
icioss thu plalntill's slnglu tiaek at the
June-lion ot rifteenth and Humpy , and
across the hitter's ninth limit on Fill mini at
its conjunction vvitli Tenth stte-et. In each
InstatH'o orator's tails hnv'e been cut us du-
seiibed in the outset of this attlcle , incieils-
inir. Ills alleged , the wear and tear of the
[ ilalntiffs ears not lest thanM \ per
: iiinum to each ear. Ilieso matteis
iveio coinpKilncd of to defc'iidants ,
but they icfusedto rntnc'ily the same. Hence
the Hoi o ear compi nj ask that they bo en
joined by the older and Injunction of the
eouit , on the giounds that defendants have
10 tight to eioHS | ilalntin"Htiackand thereby
jiioguilti of tie'spass tipnn oiatoi's piopcrty
and f ram hise to Its gie.it Injuiy , It is also
alleged that oiatoi's Hacks vveie cut without
a shadow of mithoi ity uf law , and they peti
tion that the Injunction bo made pcipctual ,
and that defenciants bo loqulied to leinove
their tracks , slots and works at each ancl
cveiy crossing , and lestotu the ttaek and
rails of plalntm's to their Conner condition ,
and piv : all such damage as they have sus
tained by leason theieof.
VVAMS IIMl laMI HACK.
The petition of Hun let T. Johnson , of
Nuckoils county , against Benjamin Hialnaid ,
of Lincoln , to in over certain lands neai the
town of NelsonNUckolls i oiuity , vvaslllc'd.ves-
tenlay in the Unlti'd btutescourt. I'laintifi
alleges that some H\ | joins ago she ) was pos
sessed ofulaigo tract of land , some six-
hnndre.l acics , and valnid at &iri,000 , at the
point above mentioned , and that by misicp-
iLsentution and fi and she was liuluccd by
said defendant and his attomey to place u
niuitgage for $700 cm the same , and finally
through their maeliinatlons passe-d fiom her
eontiol , Avithout plaintiff ever having re
ceived any monelaiy Hcompenso whatso
Ami ) Xcvv.
Lieutenant Hlr.nn M Ohlltcndcn has just
had punted for the usij of oflleeisof the le-
p.utment of the Platte , n tlnelj executed tn.i | :
of the military tosetviitioti on w liieh is lo
cated I'ort Niobtai.i. 'J'lio latter is placed in
tliomidillo of the leservatlon , while on the
side of the map is n diagtam showing the foil
and the iclativo iiositlon of all
its quaiteis. The com so of tin
Niobiaia , so iceently tiuveised
by Lieutenant [ Ceimon in all its sinuosity ,
is au'utatclv outlined , as also those of the
wutc'i eoutscs which have the doubtfuleiedit
of feeding It 'J he i oiling sand hills on the
west , with their scant eoveimgof grass , aie
also well desciibecl , together vvitli the loca
tion of Valentine , which , however , is not in
cluded in the eight miu > siimio | of the H'sci-
vution. This work ic'iiuiud about six week'
of Lieutenant Chitti-mlon's attention
Gi'iieial liieek is in possession of an old
Hint lock musket , which docs not belie its an-
tltnutv U is just live feet high , with abai-
ii'l about as thin as \vafet , just such an in
stininent as old "Leatheistocking" piob
ably inmlo use of in expciieneo. The
weapon is n sonvenii , and the genei.il is hav
ing it mulct go u pioccss ot ic'juvcnatior
which will make it moio attiactho us n
species of the mnnleioiis weapons of the
times when the geneial was a boy.
Lieutenant Kennon letuiiicdii few days
ago to Sioux Citv , whole ho loft his Natilus ,
inwlnehho hud descended fiom Kent Nio-
braiu , when summoned homo by telegrams ,
Hois now on his wav down the Missomi ,
topping hcie and tlii'to to enjoy a little
hunt , which the pli-ntiful eonililion of the
paine tjiero makes most pnjoj.ible Hib pres
ent ti ip is expcc ted to last it w eck.
An announcement was made a few daj <
ago that the Missomi Pacilicioad had tented
the quarters now occupied bj the Mcichapts' '
National Hank , on the noithvvcst coiner ol
Thntecnth nnd Tainani sticcts , and was tc
take possession of it about tlio fiist of ne\l
month , when the bank moved inte
its new building on the not tit
east comer of these. streets
The announcement was in cuor. The tone
In question has tented qnnitci a In the new
building to which the bank Is to move , pajint
tlieiefot a lental of * " > ,000. Tlio old nuaitcii
of the bank , namely the present ] 'emdoif
building , have been tented ny the Union Pa
i tile and will be occupied as soon as the
bank is moved to its new structure
Tor these ciuaiteis the road wil
pay the Itbeial icntal ol 10,000 per v car , at
ineicaso of ,100 over that now paid bj Un
b ink. In theM > loomt the company > vill con
duct its local ticket B.ileK. This announce
liient will bo a Miiptibo betauso it is but i
shoittimo since the handling of thoUnloi
1'acllietickets was placed in cliatgi
of 1'ied Nnsh , the geneial agcn
at this point of the Cliieaga
Mihv ankeo & St. Paul. The offlcc of the hit
tei company is now half occupied by Unioi
I'acillc people , and oceommod.itlons wcii
bi'ing pioviclcd for them in the new Haike :
building , to which , when lomplete , the Mil
vv.iukeoolllecs aio to bo ictnoved. It has no
vet been announced what new nndci stand
ing will b < * iciiulied , by the lTmon Pin illc'
tenting ol tlio old ciuaiteis of the Rleicluuiti
Social anel Scientific.
T'io second reu nliii mooting of tlioGcimai
seiontillo club took plnco nt Hoseninund'
The subject , "Ktrorn of Modem Science , '
was ably h.indlod by Mr II. Ucinbold , th
sjienUor of the evening. Ho pointed out th
unccitainUes , fallacies and inconpiintiesof
number of seicntllle : so called tuiths whie
appear to bo in opposition to well tstnblishc
Mr II P Heehtold iclieved the audienr
of the teiibion of its scienlillu ciitieismb
statingth.it in spllooT nil the hnpcifeetion
of modem sc icneowo had ciuiso foi cotifiati
hit ion and tejoiclng over the general piogic" =
tovvaicls tiuth. Only n thousand veais ag
theiowasno science wet th mentioning , an
what llttlo theio remained was exlinguishc
b > monastic snpoistition and despot U peisi
cutlon , a daiijrci might aiiso in out dais froi
"discounting" scieuc o on arc ount ol a few ii
avoidable ciiots , by whkli niactu-o th
ignoiant might bo diiven back into the ten
pies of Idols , becaii'-o the human mind is b
coi.stiUiled that it innnot stand vtieuum.
Ilobcit Oillan , of Kansas City , eonsultln
engineer of the Cable Tiaimvay company
uiiived in this ci'y to give direction with n
gaid to the eutvcs and other fancy woi
now iciutiied at soveial places by the load
The oftleo engineer wink of thc > Metroi > ol
tan Cable company have been finished. Th
tables and boat ds have ull been set outside
and only bo smith work as is absolutely n
Himed to maintain the ehaitci , w'll ' bo don
until the opening of spilng As u lesult c
the work of the enginei'is. bover.il of tli
draw ei s of the offle o utc lllled with di awing !
showing the pi ollles of oveij sueet in Uui
dec place ,
A Moiitoil I'loinollon.
Mr .1 Levin ot' St. Jotcph , Mo , has bee
appointed geneinl manage ! of the Wcstei
Union cmnpany in this city Mr. Levin come
to Omaha under the most brilliant of uusplte
Ho has been connected with tlio Wcstei
Union for a number of ye.u-s and tUo last tw
hohasspei.t as maiiagui at Kt Joseph. II
hud the entiiu contldcuco of ull his pations i
well us that of his employe-is. Mr. Lev !
vviUmfil.o ariansements at onoo to secmc
homo to which ho will biing UU f.uuilj.
To tlio IM-cf-H.
To pi omit tot < > . publishcis , editor rcpoatcr
und contrdiutoi-s of the pioss of Omaha :
The constitution o ( the Omaha Press tlu
1 is. rtow.i i eady for hijjnatincs at the secretary
1I I onico litSoutU'bl\tec.'nlh : stteot. ( The H
ctlnior. ) Ac.oi ( Jins to a usolutlon passed i
fie last ncctltiR of the club all pcrsont sign
up said constitution before Sunday. Novem-
> er lit , will bo eiiiHied IIH charter uietnbt'ts ,
'ho Initiation fee has been fixed nt V .
E. C. SSVUKII , Secretary.
AX OMAHAX AlUtOAO.
Vlmt n Pnlr ol' Attentive Knr llearil
Aliiint TlilH Clty'H Hcpiitntlon.
L. M. Hhcem , manager of the A. D. T. Co ,
cturned n few davs airo from Iitdlunn | > oUH
nnd other places In the east , and the manner
n which ho speaks of the attention which
Omaha attracted wherever he went is to-
niarkable. "When I was on the tialn , " he
aid , of course I got Into conversation with
> eoplo and as soon us it was found I was from
) maha , pcoplo fiom nil parts o'f the
ar would gather mound nnd say ,
You're from Omaha , nto joul Well how
no things out there , nnjwnyl How's leal
estate ; Is It still boomlngl Are jon Increas-
ng In population I How many have jou
lowl what about manufactures ) What's
our Indebtedness ) ' And a hundred other
lucsllotis like that. 1 answered all of them
is bist I could , and did not llncl unjbodv who
eft me In n sceptical mood , either. Wo at
ionic1 , hcie , don't begin to appreciate
ho extent to which wo have
lecn ndvcttlsed abroad , nor the nniount
f good It has done. Tlio live and wide awake
nen of the east have been atti acted bv the
idvettlse'inent , and many of them seem to bo
* till disposed to tutu their attention in our
'I went to Chicago and went 'on 'change'
nnd met anumberof thodealcis. I'lltelljou
V on can hardly realize how well posted those
'cllovvsaio. Do.vimknovvthatthobiiildlng we
no doing hcie is atti acting more attention
ibroad than it is hero. Those three b inks ,
: he New York Life insuinnco building , the
new Hir block , the Unrker building , and the
other big stmcturcs now in course of eiec-
ion , mo eonsiileied the ecmals of those being
milt in any city in the country. They will
iclp u gieat deal in hi inging to this cltj next
cnr manymoio public spnlted men who
, vill give Omulm another movcineut to the
PnctH About Tliotio Who llnvo De
parted This I , lie ; .
The fnnci.il of the late Mm tin Connolly ,
who died at St. Joseph's hospital fiom the
fleets of an injury sustained at the Union
L'acitle crossing on Sunday last , took place j cs-
jesteiday at 8 o'clock fiom his late icsi-
donee , Oil Davcnpoit stieet. The remain1-
weio homo to the cathedral ofthoSt Philo-
mena , where a iceniiom mass was celebiated ,
after whlc H they vveie interted in the ceme-
: eiy of the Holy Sopulchte.
Alexander Andeison. u joung member ol
ihe Plastei ci s' union , who died a lew dav s age
w as bin led this j estoi day aftei noon fi out Hur-
lettifc Heafy'sa largo numbei of themembei *
of the union being in attendance.
Thoiemalns of this man still remain un
claimed atlaiiott.fc Healj's. It has been
aseet tinned that the deceased was a momboi
jf the O. A. H. and steps at e being taken tc
li Ing the knowledge of Ills deatu to foi met
comrades m this city.
The remains of John Wnugb , who died al
the hospital HOVCI al daj s ago , vvcro but led j es
teiday afternoon by the county.
i.vwv iiuinin VT COINCIL nnrra.
The tcmains of Lawn , the iniin who wnc
iiuincd to death Sunday night , were to
: noveelto Council Uluffs jesteidav for in-
leunent in the family \aiilt. Lawn's fumllv
moved from Council IHulTs toGiecnwoocl
omo time since , but a lot in the eenuteiy al
then old home. Two of Lawn's nephew t
took that go of the body.
Fiank Wallace , a man thiity-flve.vcars o !
age , long aflllcted with consumption , wa1
found dead jestcrday in Ins bed , at hi'
ate tesidenee neat Saundeis bticet nnd the
SOUTH OMAHA XE > VS.
Several new refrigerator cars "for the Sw ifl
[ lacking company ai lived jesteiday.
The nrtisi.m well at Tow lot's packing house
was down to the depth of 13TO feet at nooi
Woik on the Read hotel , which has beer
suspended for some time , will bo lesumcd ii
: t few daj s.
Several men who will be cmploj'ed in the
Annour packing house aimed from Chic.igc
William Loving , agent for n patent chim
ncj * cowl , manufaetuied in St Joseph , Mo
was In the city jesteidaj' in tlio Inteiesl
of his house.
P. W. Hodson , the merchant whoso failuie
was announced in the morning's IJi r , stale"
that matteis will bo adjusted and that he
will icsumo business m a few dajs.
Mr. James Dcfoy of Cieston , Iowa , is ii
the eitj and contemplates locating u can nip
and wagon manufacUnj' and repair shop i
bufllciont inducements are offeiod him.
The engine in Amiout's packing house wa1
Hied up j'csteidnv. Seveial of rovvlet'1
men weio emploved bj' the Aimour eompanj
last night and killing will begin to daj' .
C A man named John Gaffnev , who lives n (
Cleaienco , la , while attempting to lio.nd t
tapidlv moving tiain between South Oiinln
and Albiight jesteiday fell and bioku hi'
right leg below the knee. Ho w as taken ti
Council IJluffs whcio ho has fiieiids.
It is stated on good authoi ity that a ncv
dallj' papei will bo establl edm South Omah.
aboiit.Iannaiy 1. AVho the lenitideis ate the
Hi n's infoitnant is not at libett.v to saj' , bu
ftom his remarks it is learned that a steel
companj' , composed pimcipally of Omah :
patties , will bo oig.mlrod. The Journal wil
be devoted to the cadvancement of Soutl
Omaha's Intel csts , and will use alaigcpor
tion of its space in publishing a eomplcti
of the The VctM.
Theie will bo a meeting of the Vetcrai
riicmcn's association of the citj * of Omah
at Tno Chief Galligan's onicc , in the eit ,
building , this evening nt 8 o'clocli
The mooting has boon called for the pin pos
of coiisldeimg ajiplications for membeibliii
foi the election of olllccis and the adoptio
of the constitution and bj laws.
An Old Ccmcoid.
Jim Stcphcnson h.is had several of hi
Coneoid coaches p tinted gieen and decorate
with pold , so that they now look like th
bona tide uitlelo which was bo common in th
cast of other daj s , and later adopted in tli
west under e-ovet of a ti.innng led. The hi'
of these is a bcautj and m.ij jet bo used Ic
WIliiLKI-On : November- I
Omaha , Mr H. I'liend , of Chicago , to Mis
fa M WhceleijOf Hoston. No cauls.
Mrs. Antwerp , the wife of the Kov
\V. II. Atilvvut ] ) , of Deb MoiiiPs , In. , i
the L'uest of her niece , Mra. Cuptui
Mrs. C. K. Yost nnd cliiu htci' left las
ovuniiif * for a visit willi volatlvcb n
Clifton Sprhies , N. Y.
Mrs. A. MeC'nlloiifrh nnd Miss C. Stc
voiiHiii , , of Now York , in company wit
W. M. Smith , aio btoppin" ; ever in th
city on their way to the I'.ieillc Coa&l
anil aio i ejjlbtoml at the AVindr-or.
Portions of the ; "Mie-haol StroKort
party are i cpristered at the Windsor.
M. II. AMilin mul wife , of Sowai-c
Noh. are at the Windsor.
P. . J. B.itoman and wife , of Cedar Ifni
ids , la. , arc at thu Pa\ton.
Mrs. G. L. Wil-onof San Diego , Cal
is at the Paxton.
D. C. Hounds and wife , CourUani
Nob. , are at the Paxton.
S. Wypot-Ui and wife , of St.rtuil.Nob
are nt the I'a.xton.
Charles II. Muhugnn and wife , Ch
cu o , are nt the I'axton.
O. Jl. Cutting , of Kearney , Win. I
Hall and Fred S. Mik-s , of Chic-ago , ai
at the Millard.
Mrs. W. II. Cahoun ) returned .vchtM
day inor-ning'to jiorlioinq in MarMial
town Itu , after a foi tnijjtit'b visit to he
in thia'city , . .
ABSTRACT OF THE VOTE ,
Tlio IljpeHoii rnHy.
Despite the incleinency of the weather last
evening the mcmheis of the Ujperlon club
.urned out in goodly numbers to their second
: mity of the season at Masonic hull. Some
: hitt.v couples weio picsent. Good music
mil elegant lefrcshinents were tv\o nnuKcd
'eaturos of the occasion and u ( jencial good
; Imo was enjoied.
RESOURCES OF WYOMING.
AVImt "Cj" Ilm Snjs About tlio Vnst
IMulii'x in Oil anil MinuralH.
Chicago Tribune : Cy Iba , known
ilmnifjhemt the west us "The Oil King
: > f W > omliif ; , " reached Chicago yestor-
: luy. He has been em curth about hiilf
i eeiitiirv , is nvviiy , woll-fceiiMiicd hjiee'i-
inon of tnu fur west piosnuctor. and in
coii\ctMition yesterday as to the ) won
derful leMime'os and giand future of the
lorritory fioin which ho hails , ho talked
as follows : " \Vo need means of tiaiib-
| )0itution ) to elevelop Wjoininjr. I have
lived hcie eifjht jetirs and chiiin all
that time have boon pro ioutiii } , ' for oil ;
coal , it on. lead , copper , siUor , old ancl
hodti , s-o that I fe'ol eoiniietont to talk
) ii our suh-surfsico rc'-ouic'es. About
Lhreo jc.irs aye Seininole , a half-bteed
Indian , while out hunting' di'-eoveied '
the llowiiif , ' oil .ipriiifj. It is Hiniply a
Lraet about 120sl60 in area , tlnoiifjli
which oil and water continually bubble
up. There are now about two ban-els
daily dipped up from it. That oil is
w 01 th forty cents n gallon on the gi omuls.
The w armor the weather the faster the
oil Hows. It is used for lubricating
reapers , mowers and other machinery ,
as well as n ineflieino for ihcunmlisin ,
diptheria and other maladies , but for
want of tiansportation it has never been
maikelcd. The oil basin is situated
bcventy miles west of the Ellchmit ter
minus of the Ftemont & Missomi Valley
raihoad , better known as the "Noith-
western , " which in a short time will bo
completed to within ten miles of tlio oil
Holds. Forty miles nortli of these is lo
cated Salt creek oil basin , in
Johnson county , and in the tame
oil strata with the others. The
natutal springs thoio How two bar-
i els daily. Eighteen miles west of this
point , on Powder river , four natural oil
springs have boon found whichtogether ,
h.ivc a daily llenv of five ban els. On the
Swuulwater river , near Independence
rook , ate vast < - uibeds. . They run fiom
two inches to foity feet in thickness. It
is found theio in both the liquid and
hut d state. It U bi per cent carbonate
of sodn. There ai o also soda beds on
the LMatto river. The linebt glass can
be made of this oda. Soap can aKo bo
manufaetuied fiom it. Kiik , the Chicago
cage soap man , is llgiu ing on it to use in
the soap lino.Vithin tifteon miles
south of this soda bed aie the great Iio.i
mountains , lion men Miy that the iion
thoio secured is as good as any fioni
Pennsylvania mine's. Five miles west
are found gold and copper mines , now
being worked , and live miles fuither
west lead and silver mines are being
worked. With i.iihoads and capital
to develop our territory wo will Inuo
the richest land on eaith. Land the-io
is now worth S'JOO to $1,000 a claim K.O
AFFAIRS IN FAR-OFF INDIA.
A Clint AVith nu
Xou Visiting Aine-rlca.
ChicagoTribune : George Anderson ,
M. I. C. K. , district engineer of Mala-
fear , India , is nt tlio Grtintl Pacific. Ho
s.ud ho hnd boon c-onnected with the
publio works dop.irtmc'iit of England
und dotnilud in India for the last tiftcon
jcnrs. lie has been in charge of rail-
ioad building in that country , nnd is
now on a jcar'sfiulongh in AinericM ex
amining our lailioad and budge sys
tem : ) , having alieady adopted ,
on the woiks in Indi.i a number
of Aineiic'nn dusigns for budges.
Troin 112,000 to 15,000 miles
of loud have boon built , and about itl)0 , ( ( )
aio now under survey. Most of the
roads are under the contiol of the Eng
lish government , nnd the others aio in
charge of private pai tied under n guar-
anteo. This guar.iiitc'o , Mi1. Andc'iion
thinks , keeps buck ] irivato c-apilnl , but
theio mo iiidk'.itions th.it India will
soon see fieo entcijiri'-o in the line of
lailioad bnildui } , ' . "Theio is not Amen1-
it'an capital invested in India , " said he ,
"butwo vvisli w could see it. Tliere is
much room for Americans with aknowl-
edgc of the vvln-at tiade , as India's
wheat cron is de-veloping enormously.
Wo have eliamond mine's on the holders
of the Bulimy district. A diamond
fiom one of these ininea was teuently
solel in England for x0)00 : ! ( ) , uiul
ono f loin Madras , slightly tinged
.vc-llovv , In ought JU OOO. " TlioKeling
thioughout Indiitwas loj alto the queen ,
and this had boon particularly so since
the v. isit of the I'vinco of Wales in Ib7o.
Manufacturing was being cariied on ex
tensively. There was a gieat inciease
in tlio cotton production , and tlio nulls
were onlj about 5100 miles fiom tlio cot
ton-pi odiiction district of Hi'llary. IM-
ucation had become vvide-jjiicnd , and the
American niisaionaries had demo mote
than anvono else to bring this about.
The religion was divided between the
Church of England and the Honiaii
Catholic. There was little Methodism
or Scotch I'roibjteriaiiisin. Mr. Ander
son left for New Voik last night , but ie-
turns to Chicago in a few davs , whoncc
ho leave * , for tlio went to look into mil-
load construction in the mountains.
tidily Noliloninn In an Humbles Hole
The Gorman consul at Now York has
notified Ftoderick Stahlo that in otdoi
to save his estate in Germany ho must
return to the "fiitheiland. " Ilerr Stnhlc
wns drafted into the Gei man army lasl
spring , and in order to uvuilo militarj
duty lied to this country. His pitronti
bnvo died and left him u fortune ol
! ; 0 ( > ,000 marks. Young Stalijo had jusl
completed his education at the unlv.cjr
shy of Hoidclboig , Germany. He if
talented , speaks four languages fluuatly ,
and , despite his disguise , has moused
great curiosity by the stieaks of good
bleeding which shiuo out at times in
his occupation as coachman. He secured
an an engagement as coachmen with
Mr. and Mis. Nelson Alvord at Green's
Farms , Conn. Ho is tall , well built ,
florid complexion and fine-looking , pos
sibly about twenty-three jeais old. Ho
gloomed the IIOINOS ntliicdin a gold-
embioidoied smoking jacket , coiduioy
trousers , and wearing a student's \el\e't
cap. On sundry of his undergarments
was embioideied a German crest. Ho
would pioc'oed to vvash a carriage wear-
a red bat in vest , with dragons and Ger
man eagles decoiating the breast. Ho
sang raptuioii'-ly. ancl in his room over
the stables plajed upon the flute , flageo
let and guitar.
Only Ono Ciovv TJOOSO.
Wvsmsorov , Nov. S The adjutant gen-
ci al has icccived tluough Genei al Terry n
repott fiom Geneial Hugcr that nil the 10-
fiactory Glows except ono are in camp.
Huger ic'cinests authoiity to send Deaf Hull
to Pott bnelling and discietionary authoiity
to send Beveu othei offundeis.
Thispowclci IIPVIT\nrlM. Amaivel of purt
ty , stiuigtli mill wholesciiiu'ni'xs. More icon
omlial than the nrillniny kinds , and lannotbe
holilin ceimprtltlon v\lth the' nmlltudu of low
ro-t sliciitM Ight uliiiii or iihosiilmtii powders
Sold enl > In cans. HOIu. . , II VKi.sei 1'ov * DLII Co.
= JEWELRY , =
MAX MEYER &BRO.
Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute ,
IT. W. Corner of 13th and Dodge Streets ,
lor tlio trciitinpnt of all CiniciMi und Si'iimi'U ,
Dlhl 4HJfllUAIrS. . API MAM trt lor llHUHMn Ir S.
mnl'llll'Mri lli t titfllltlii , ajipnratun anil rcniu-
illn for miirtimtiil tr.atniint ot u\.ry form of ills
i B rmiilrlni ; Mt.llcnl . -urvlial t rent nn nt. ruin V
M IIIIU1I1 flirPVntMS HtHT llll-l ITAI , , \ ( HIM-
Miiiniliisdln the west VVrlto lur dniilurs on l > o-
lormltlf" ami llrauti I'luh riet , Ciirvnturu of the
plno. I'lli" I union' , C'Hnecr , ( atarrh. llrnnchlll" . In.
halation , I'lulrlilly , I'lirnlynln. 1 pllupsy. Klilniy.
llhulilir 1'yo I'ar , "kin HIM ! Illnml anil nil iirtlcul
iipcnitluin III-IA-LS of VMiMtsn - .
IliiiiK on II | IIIM of V\ Dim n riirh. Only icllablo
m.dlonl liutllut.i innklnK a upc-i laity of I'IIIXATM
DI Arils All MoiHl ill-can met. utility iri'iili U.
I'lrxons iiiiulilo tel lt u tnatvd t liuiua liy lorre-
ni 'inUini' All loninMinlcatlonicontlili nlUI Midi'
ilni's orln triiiiiMnl n nt by innlloruxprL' * "i inn-ly
pai Ltd nn marks tolndleainconU nlmir " nikr lnu )
l iKoiuil lnUr lt prufirrcd Cull and toiinilt 111 , or
nd hlftory of ynuriaou , nml wu nil ) n.l . In plain
wrapp.r our HOOK TO VII-N r lit t upon I'rlvnUsj &
tlitl and .Si rvou lll'caKi's , etc. A.I Ir. M.
Oiiialiit .Mi'dical anil Siir'liiil ( In tiliile , nr
Dr , McMenaraf , Cor. . 13th aid Dodge Sis , , Onaha , fiel ,
Owlnu tntlio rnplil k'roicth of Oin ilm und inir " 110
ri in In irT Mtlnu inr.fi.our liuKliu > ii III.A biinmu 10
Inritn llml thu old Miitkal Initltnloon Hell Uriel nml
Capitol UTI nno. could not Accommodate all tomlm ;
to in lur irrutnii nt We Inivi ; th. rulorn muv. d Into
our m H brl.k Imlldlnif , Norlhwut Corner of lilhHiil
lloiltro ulrii tn onnbloik tnutli of Ihu old Jn Ulillii
linlhllnti und liHtu now Ilm lariri'st und nin'tiuni-
pit ti < Vie illi ill IiuUluIo ur liuiililltil In thu win ! rortr
nuwlr turiilnhiil , wc.ll wiiriiicil and \untllalud roomi
for pntlcntn , tlinu tklllid phy lilunt nlwuys In Ilm
Inilldlnv. All kludu uf dltuuscs tattled In the moat
Uo maniifiiuur'o Surelcal lliucoi for Iefnrniltl ,
Tru , huiiportdn , Klectrlial llntt.rlea , mid tan
nupply pby UlKii or pntli ntn uny uppllmici' , rein. . dv.
orliisirumvntViicjwii. Call und commit ui.orwrllo
for clreulnrii upon nil nub ) , cti. wltU ll ts ot uue nlum
forpatlont to n .r. 'Ihounandt tnuted mice > '
fully by torreipondfiico. We uivc inperlor udT n-
taite and fHcluiU t for trcicllnu dltrnmi , | i tfiirmlnir
> u rfli al oneratloni. and nurnliiif imtlrnti whltu toirf.
lined with our aeknowlidKnl Hbllltr. mwrliinCe ,
responsibility arid riM'iit ' cloo | ioulJ niukti the Ott. U
urdcal losiuuu Uie D
Display at their warerooms , 13O5 and 13O7 Farnam Street ,
the largest assortment of Pianos and Organs to be found at
any establishment west of Chicago. The stock embraces the
highest class and medium grades , including
FISCHER LYON&HEALY , , PIANOS
* W-\ * m m. if BURDETT.
ORGANS STANDARD ,
" > r i
Pi-ices , quality and durability considered , are placed at the
lowest living rates for cash or time payments , while the long
established reputation of the house , coupled with their most
liberal Interpretation of the guarantee on their goods , affords
the purchaser an absolute safeguard against loss by possible
defects In materials and workmanship.
LYON & HEALY ,
I30S A 1307 FARNAM STREET.
Ulolul IMIILUIKU UUmi ,
U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA. NEB.
Paid Up Capital , - $2BOOOO
Surplub , - 42OOO
H. W. Vvrrs 1'icsiilint.
JLLWisb. Hi i n , Vltc-Ptoslilont.
A. U.'loil/tl l\ , Set Vlco-I'itslilent.
W. II. b. llLduiCabhki
W. V. Mon r , .luiivS Con IN' ,
H. W. VAIL- , la wis S. Hi LIJ ,
A. K TOU/U.IN.
THE IRON BANK.
Cor. l.'th nail 1 minim bts.
A General llauklin ; Iliiblucsa 'iransacted.
IIo ltl nlrcureom6u U > tl > jrOr.
llornc'fi Klct tro.Uicnttle Hell.
1 rut * combined. Uuarantecdtbo
only one In thn world BrnernUnit
aconttmiout KlectHff tt Mnanttia
, - - currmt. bclpntlUcI'owerful , Durabln ,
_ 7 Comfortable mid EffectlYp. Avoid frftud * .
tai Or r 11,000cured. BpnitHtnrnpfni ixmiililct.
ALNO FI.KOtKIO 1IKLTN FOK itlHEAHFH.
Pi. HORNE. mviMTQg. IQi WABASH AYE. . CHIOABO-
your rrtnllrr Tor Ihn
$3 SHOE ,
aiioiilliiK tiiyuui iifiiln.
CAI'TKIVI loilllvclj none Finiilnrnnltn rur
IIP nml 1 rko nprirnrpl linlyi nllio Kuli Some
B B . . ilnlirf , III diiUr loinako K lart'ir
rrullt ulUruotiunvmllli. hilirior
( .nils "Illihlili II r inirkit Ii
MIDI : Is llilit ami Mjllili It
IIU 1IU < - ii ( .tin kliiK nml 1(1' '
011 urs NO iiuKAii-
ins ) UieflrblllniHIUni rn.
It " 111 MUM ; tlir moil
4MI | < iiiiiUlibln 01 fry
\llul n > | col | iial In
Ihu lianil hi mil
xt JT _ / > . A
k for thf Mmrs _ _
111 n n -
t7nrJJ > .TAMPS IKAVs 1 SIIOI3 Is Ihi oriel-
nulHShoi ninllsnbvilulilj Hi. enl > tlux < f Us | rlf
which hi > r\pr lirn plnri .1 rxliniltily on thi1 murkit
In which iliiral.ilny Is roiiikli r. J In fore infrf i ntwaul
apv uranciIliortl nrt nrt mild by tin I lit ntnllirs
thn utli. nt the I'nltiil Stilm , anil r will tlncr thorn
rasl ) ) within > nur nnrh In any stitte fir territory lfou
will tpnd u n | o < italnml , mpnlliuiliiji thin | | < r
* HllllMl Ullk & Co. , 41 I Illlolll SI , IIUllOII , H l -
I'lill Unit of the nliciMi hlioi-s for naln InOM * n \
hj (1. VV. ( onk , nn rainiim htrut ; (1. ( S Miller ,
( > U North lull Mrcct ; Il.i > unl Hros. , 407 South
IMhbtrtit. In COUNCIL liuns by '
J. B. HAYNES ,
Thlril Jinllrlal Distrlrt ,
37 CIIAMUlilt Ol' tOMMIIItl 15
llfiriai kaljla for povvfrful B )
Tbiitlc tonB. [ ifl bl HI tTon uTiilTiti-
KoTutD iluru'tilllty iiO ) e-ai B re < iTril.
OTrt liftt Btiarutittii of thn i tei I.
rJiTto of these luitt umrjnju.
WOOD BRIDGE BROS.
. ii iNio ii. n r. iiiiiiurio
BODWELL A , MclNTOSH ,
Real Estate Dealers ,
140 houth fcpiing bttcct ,
Los Angeles , . . . California.
Diult'is in ilt\ mill i ountry propcrtj of all ilo
seilptlons. Ucncial Infoi miition to lic\\-uim.
e'is fiielv mvui.
rompiiMIInn nnd ( Jrimil Itnmlnir.
Agent for Warren's Natural Asphalt Hcofing.
Mttlul llrunil 'anil Iply Hi inly Iliiollni ; . J.Mj.M.i.-ou
WE AK MEN ! IMSMS
" - ' " 'i itrArti. . " " " - Mirsws wrmituvm'Tii
HEN oMUf ftlil.ip , uflcmriHjifu | xrnr
- lllNrKATlTEVVrikNtHH , ( [ ! .
. . . - . .nuous , mllil. soothl ! Kciimmi of
Electric.rJUf Ity dlrfclly through all erik | oiii.rtsior
Iniitlwrn'VfVr I ihnllri and Vigorous Slrtnmh tflfclrlo
Current * J-fcltlrlit ntlr or * cf rftit tli < 0 In ciiri.
OrvttcittmprQtcnuiitsovek ! ! othrr brlti worrtrsirsnrr *
mil rntlyrur.il In thrfflinoatbi hrsTicl ( imnrbUMc Uinr >
The Sanden Electric Co. 169 LaSahc > ! . , Chicagi
'J ho Olil It. lltiblii * .p.'i lulht of iiu.ny yt-iirn' rjtn.rl *
innIriatH ith IMIMI | ( rfnl PUI 1111 , ull l.lj.NcJ.
1 IlltO VI. I ANc I.II. I'llI N I IS 11 I.A.
n I InTlin r i nn'I ' without pain or ntmlrnnco
K11 r I IIK p triiin liii > lin n All C hriiulc lllH. ui. ( > 8 (
IIUI I Ull ! jni-i | | inivHiirn .if liny Institution In
tlil ciiiinlry. Tif ) > "i ' > tiinlciniiliilii iinliiK tiillo *
Siirlnnn lor Ilm In Hliiiintol mi ) I'llVHtu or Illooil
illsi IIMI inn l > o cureil lur ono tlilril thu con at out
lly Ills Ironlrnont n 1'uro Ixivcly Pom *
lilolon , freu rroin riillonn. . HS , fn i Idrrf.
iiliukli.i.ilK. i riiitlniis. | etc , Lrlllliint
oyp'i.nil IHTI.all. illjiinn li.iliii I
tf lint' tlreil ' UilliiK unit nil ii mnln wcnkni !
troniitl cnitil. llloiilliik'll.iiilaili. .Siirj.iiis 1'roM
iinitMii i.uiinil ILiilllly , Hi. 111- " ' ' ' ' . I"11" ! "I" ' "
llnil InillL'i flli'ii ' , CKnrliui Irniifil. " , liilliiiiiinllnii iin.l
nidi ralliin. I iilllne "nil li | . | > l i' " " ' . Sl'lniil > v ik ;
( lim , Kliliu y iiiinplnlntii unil Chiuiki ) ot l.llu , C .insult
Ilm old HIM lor _
ri/r Ilin TAD Ainlanr e lirouln Inllniumi- .
Plr anil CAM tli tlml 1.IW r i.loba
LIL nllu l-nii nll , | | , lrr , sur siuhtiiinc < < ,
In\i rslun of Hi. ' 1 l'l ' . SinfuliHiii I > ' " " . llunilloin ,
llllllllllllllltklll" VbbC.'HK lllllllHMIOlISlOIIOtOlltOf
both. ii < iinil'liiniiirHiif I III , . . . .
: -nnniiiiiiiitliinnrtlii | ) I nr I Ircnillnn or Ciilnrrli ,
Inn nml in hit. nml l > < uin < . or I'uiiilytla , sliiklbrf
nr llouilnit in.l i 'llilikinut linnii Ho.
MCDlfnllO III Willy I.n "f Vll.ll'owrr Mocp ;
slrnVllllil I' " " " " * IKS'oniliniy ' , Ixitn u (
I1L.III UUU Mimor , e'onlni'liiiiiil lilni > IHmtf
liornrn thn l'y < - < I ! i"ltnil. ! < , Liinttuiir , dim luln. " " ,
I ) , iir. Minn ntilrlm | Ati rhlnn toi > ilety in : y Dls.
loiiriiuiit , lml < f fonllil. in. ' Hull Llftl. " HiiH
tortinly nr IliiMniami ! tliulH Illu u buriltnnluly ,
I'orniHiii nlly unil I'rlvnt. ly I nrnl
BLOOD AND SKIN iS&wS
rori > I'alinln thn 111 ml unit llmiif , -Mihlllllc ' s ri
lliront Mouth mill l.initui' . . l.liiiuluhii I'nlMUi niiii
i.lllio.Siik . llhiiumiill.iu t'nliirili ' I to , J'lnuan. nf
Iv I nr.fl VMii'iilMliiTi llnvi. rnll. I
yCemsiiltatlon fr.o anil htrirtly ronllel intlnl.
Jleillc Inn 8ent freei fiom nlf. I vutlon to ull puitd
of the I nlteclhtutc'S. Corii-Kiionili-nio ri ci'lvci
inointit attintlcin .N' Ii tti'iHiuiHivoriil nnlem
iiccompanloilby fmirientji inhtiiiiitis. n.'ini tin
riiit lnHtumiiHfiirpumilili | t unil lint of iiun- |
tloiiH upon piivittc. bpuelul utiil nurvoua ell * .
e''UrinH ' Ftrlctly cash. Gill on or address ,
No. ait Soutu 1 Jth St. , ( Jiuutin. >
GLUCK & WILKINSON.
Ilr Pr Hncillktri MfltiorJ Noopcratloni no
u.i d. ti ntlon Irtun Innlupx . AiliiplHil to i lill.lrun ut
nidi asLrown pvoplu Hun Iri'd * ol autn rai Ii tvstl
miiiitllr. in ill" All bullnis < strialy cuull.lBiitl.il . ,
PROF. N. D. COOK ,
KoomO , 1514 Dcuu'liis St. , Oiimlin , Neb
udliiuiNirviiii lnlllltyriiusHJ )
iiKli i-irciis ml liu'l pructko * CURED.
MEAL CO , m.o UHUl. bl.Luul |
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