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A liUu
Stirring Address Issued By the Nft-
tlonal Gommlttoo.
Tlio Convention nnd tlio Coming Cam-
imlfcn An Important Lniiel Grunt
leolnloii CScni'rnl Hlierldnn
on Fort Omnlm.
Call For tl o lU-publlcnn Convention.
VAsinxeiro.v , Dec. 0. The call for the
next National republican convention has
becn'Uiucd by the Gonimltteo to the rcpubll-
can electors of the United States , llxing the
convention ut Chicago , Juno 19 , 18 < ( ! . Thu
republican electors'In the several states , niiel
voters , without regard to past political' nfllll-
atlorti , who I > elieve In the American principle
of protective tariff for defence , the develop
ment Of homo industries mul the elevation of
liojuo labor , who would reduce national taxes
mid prevent thu accumulation of n surplus In
the treasury , In harmony with this principle ,
who are opposed to the attempt now moio
openly avowed than over before , to establish
a ixjllcy which would strike ) clown American
labor to the level of underpaid and oppressed
workers In foreign lands , who favor u
system of niivul and coast defences ,
which will enable the United States to con
duct International negotiations with self-
resect ; who gracefully cherish tlin defend
ers of the country ; who condemn and resent
continued and unjust exclusion of rapidly
growing teiritorlcs , wlili'h have indisputable )
title to admission into thcitslcrlioodor.Btutcs ;
who favor frcr schools ami popular educa
tion ; a frco nnd honest b.illot und n fair ; tlio protection of csve'ry citirai of the
United States in his legal rights , at home and
abroad ; a foreign policy that shall extend
Our trade and umimercc to every land unel
clime , and shall ptoperly support the dignity
of the nation nnd the ptomotion of friendly
and hatmonious relations und intercourse be
tween all states , nto cordially invited to
unite ) under this call In the formation of a
national ticket.
Each state will be entitled to four delegates
nt lot-Re and for each representative ut largo ,
two delegates , nnd each congressional dis
trict , C4ich ton itorv und the District of Co-
large shall bo chosen by state conventions
called uftor not less than twenty days pub
lished notice und not less than thirty days be
fore the mooting of the national convention.
The congressional district and territorial
delegate's shall bo chosen in the sumo manner
an the nomination of : i member of confess
or territorial congressional delegate Is marto
In said districts. The alternate for each elele1-
pate ptuill bo elected in the same manner ntul
at the sumo time. All mjtiacs of contest
must bo llled with tliu national committee in
writing , ucComp inled by printed stutcmcnts
of the grounds und contests , which shall bo
innelo public1. "
Chairman Jones has appointed the follow
ing committee 'to visit Chicago , appoint .1
local committee of ninriigninents nnd tuko in
ehnrgo preparations for the convention : J.
H. Clarksnn , Iowa ; A. J. Conger , OhioG. ;
A. Hnlmit , New Jrraey ; I'emoll Clujton ,
Arkutisas ; Cyius Loluml Jr. , Kansas ; Chuich
Howe1 , Nebraska ; N. W. Ciiney , Te-xus.
Chalrmnn Jones mid Secretary Fcssendc'ii
are members of the committee evoflleio. The
committee elected J. S Glarkson chuirman
The sub e'ommittoe , with full power , consists
of Chirlcson , Confer , Clayton , Jones and
Manl ] > ulatcd By Itlnlno Men.
WAMinxriTojf , Uoc. II. [ Telegram
to tiio BBK ] Considerable ) feeling was
shown in a meeting of tbo republican com
mittee yesterday , ami Hovoiul members of it
nro not willing to liccopt the selection of Chicago
cage very gracefully. One member of tbo
committee , who voted for Cincinnati , declares
that the Hl.iino crowd ruled everything and
manipulated Chicago in the interest of their
favorite candidate. To the 13KB correspond
ent ho said : ,
"These men would rather lose with Hluino
than win. with uny other candidate. Chicago
was selected through fraud. If lilainu Is
nomhi.itcel und his campaign is run by the
clique that controlled nffairs yesterday , they
will but put up linger boards pointing the
way to defeat. Throe colored members of
the committee und two white carpetbaggers
from the south were improperly Influenced to
vote for Chicago. If money had not been
used Chicago would not have been selected ,
Cincinnutl or Omaha would have won. Hut
Cincinnati or Omaha , especially the former ,
would have been favorable ) to Sherman. "
It is stutcd upon the best authority that a
member of thu committee was heard to
charge 'ElUiiis to his face ) with bavin hmiRfit
certain colored members of inc committee
und when "KlUuir icicriiuil astonishment , the
meiiibCi' said To him : "You cannot mislead
Ttl6. I heard you toll the men to como to your
room ut , the .Arlington to-night when jou
would niuko it all right with them. What
did , \ou mean if jou did not menu pay for
their votes for Chicago I"
Senator Shurinan's Vlewn.
WVSIIIXGTOS , Uec. 0. [ Special Telegram
to the Ur.K. ] The editor of the Ur.i : had u
personal interview with Senator Shorinnn
this morning. The senator did not consider
the location of the convention ut Chicago in
the especial Interest of lilalne.
"Quito n number of Now Knglnnd mem
bers of the committee voted to have the con
vention at Chic igo , " said the senator , "but
they nro by no means committed to Hlainc ,
or likely to have their Htak'fwdellyered to him
in the niitiomtl convention. Chie.igo is not
HO great u Hlniiio stionghold us has been
generally represented.Vitli the exception
of the Chicago Tribune , the papers ut Chicago
cage uro opposed to Mr. Hlnlne , nnd the west
will ho divided on the presidential choice
moio than it has ever been before , excepting
perhaps , the territories "
Speaking of the I'.icillc coast and the torrl-
toiies the senator said that ho hnd emlenv-
orcd to > > tiinulnto the sliver industry by his
elToit to have the treasury purchase ) silver in
the imtikct in large ) quantities und ibsuo cor-
tlllc.ites for ciicnlatioii. Ho was in favor of
leglslution to assist in building up the indus
trial Interests of the mining regions west of
the lockics , but glvat caruhud to bo exercised
in all Iliianeiiil li'gislutlon , Tlio senator was '
hopeful withiegard to republican triumph in
The rucllle Kallrond Debt.
WvsniMuoN , Doc. O. fSpecial Telegram
to thu UKH. ] Congressman Crisp , of Georgia
who had tlio most to do in the last eongiess
with the action iix > u the bill to extend thu
. indobtednoiut of the Pucltlo iiillro.ids , and
who will probably bo the chairman of that
committee In this congress , said to the ! nti : i
correspondent this afternoon that the ivpoit
nnd recommendations of the special committee
too that Investigated the uffalrsof the l u llle <
during the past summer i\oulil Inlluenci
whatever legislation eongiess would llkoli
make at this scission , llei said that the at
torney general had the import of the commit
tee in hand with a view to formulating sug
KentmiiH to c'ongrcss , and ihat the report wa
expected to bo made public next week , "il
nothing better is recommended , " said Mr
Crisp , " 1 presume congress \\illtakouptlu
bill which the eominltteo repot wintci
and ] uss it. "
Army Ordi'ru.
WA8iiiNRTeX , lev. ii , [ Special Telcgran
to the Hrr. ] Leave of tibsoiice for urge
monthtt bus boon granted to Colonel George
r. . Andrews , T\\eiity-llftli Infantry , to tnki
effect whenever ho can bo spuicul de
partment commander. Thu leave of ice
granted October 0 , 1SS7 , to Captain . N
Sago , Uluventli infantry , Is extended on uc
count of disability until further ciders.
Captain Crosby I > . Miller , recently ni [
] K > Inted quartermaster , Is ordered to dm ;
as post quartermaster \Villetts l olnt , Nov
f. York-
Major ( icorga M. Strenborpr , is nsslgncn } t
duty us attending surgeon and examiner u
recruits ut lialtimore Maryland.
Captain Call l1'alfrey , engineer corps
is ordered for temporary duty from CMvvgc
New York , to l orts i'orter and Ningiirii
Now York.
First Lieutenant flunk E. Holibs , enl
uuce depurtmeut , is ordered for temporar ;
duty from t'hllndelphla to Wutcrvllot arsenal ,
Troy , N Y
.Tho extension of leave of "absence" granted
Second Lieutenant Henry T. AlU > n July G ,
1W7 , is further extended six months' .
Major I'etor J , A , Clcary ( siirgeon , Is re-
loved from duty nt Pert McDowell nnd
ordered to Fort Wlngate , New Mexico. . .
First Lieutenant Charlqs L. O. Anderson ,
is lstant surgeon , Is assigned to permanent
duty at Port McDowell , Arizona.
Captain Arthur M. Taylor , assistant sur-
zeon , Is assigned to permanent dutyut Fort
llobson , Nebraska.
Cantaln Aaron N , Appcl , nt the expiration
of his present sick leave of absence , is
ordered to camp at Hlghwoods , Illinois , re
lieving Captain Hmry O. I'erlcy , who Is
ordcied to rejoin his proper station , Tort
Wayne , Michigan ,
Sick leave for six months granted First
Lieutenant Charles A. Churchill , Fifth In
Extension of leave of nbsflnco granted to
Captain William II. Ho.vle , Twonty-ilrst In
fantry , November-1,18 , : ) " , is further extended
fifteen duyj.
ThlnltH Fort Oinnliii Should He Moved.
WASIH.XOTON , Dec. ! ) . [ Special Telegram
to the Ur.E. ] General Sheridan said to-day
that he would not expend any more money enVoi
Voi t Omaha. The 'general has rccched the
ih m nnd Immovable conclusion that the
grounds at Fort Omaha are too small und
that Ihelr close proximity to the city is de
moralising to the soldiers. Ho thinks the
fort should be located so far nwtiy from the
city that the soldiers will keep out of the
rabble and make their own society. Ho said
that he intends to urge congress to make an
appropriation for the purchase of n section of
land to be situated about ten miles from
Omaha , and to b.i occupied by the new foil.
Iowa nnd N'e-lirnHkii
WASHINGTON , Dec. 0. [ Special Telegram
to the Ucn. ] The following pensions have
been granted to Nebr.iskans : Original-
Thomas Vaughn , Quavule. Increase Joseph
McLean , Ponicn. Kcissuo AVilliain II.
Thompson , Auburn.
Pensions for lowans : Mexican war John
H. Justus , McGregor * . Original Thomas II.
.lobe- , Sidney ; Charles Espy , Maine ; William
M. Edwards , Columbus function. Incieaso
Alfled Walker , Uusscll ; Louis StoltcNew-
ton ; L r.i Uogors , Chorokec. Koissueutid in-
ci case ; Herbert U. Shumway , Croco. .
Anti-Saloon Ite-publlcuns.
WASHINGTON' , Jcc. 9. [ Special Telegram
to the Ilicii. ] Senator Palmer to-ntght in-
vHeil all- senators in sympathy with his re
cently announced prohibition move to meet
Albert Grinin , of Now York , clinlrman of
the anti-saloon i epublliMii national committee ,
at his icsldonco und discuss tempeiancc leg
islation. Quito a number were present , and
the movement was given an impetus. Sen
ator Palmer means to push this anti-saloon
A Concession to Omaha Papers.
WASHINGTON , Deo. ! ) . [ Special Telegram
to the DEI : , ] Heprescntutivo McShnno
callcel at the postoflleo department to day anil
secured the Issuance of a modified order
ifiiieti will permit publishers of morning
newspapers in Omaha to weigh in their
oltlces for the early morning trains their
mail editions and render to the postmaster at *
Omaha o sworn statement. This will obvi
ate tbo necessity of sending the papers to the
postolnce and will give nearly an hour's time
to the publishers.
Tlio Union Paulllu Must Itcconvey.
WASHINGTON , Dec. 9. Acting Secretary
Muldrow to-nay rendered a decision on n pe
tition asking suit to sot nsido patents issued
to the Union Pacillc railway for about 'JOO.OOO
ucres of land lying contiguous to Denver ,
Col. , alleged to be outside of the grant. The
acting secretary sustains the petition uud di
rects the commissioner of the general land
oiUfC to make formal demand on the railroad
company for u reconveyance.
AVill Advertise In January.
WVSHINOTON , Dec. 9. [ Special Telegram
to the UKI : . ] lix-Scniitor Van this
morning went to the supervising architect of
iho treasury department and laid before him
the necessity of early advertising for bids for
the insldo work of the Nebraska City i > est
otllco buildimr. The architect has promised
to advcitiso in January.
Postal Clmnjjcs.
Dec. 9. [ Special Telegram
to the HUE. ] M. M. Cook was to-day ap
pointed postmaster at Wayhind , Henry
county , In. , vice Miss Maggie Wieduinu , 10-
Tlio postoflleo ut Pulo , Yoilc county , Neb ,
was changed to-day to Gresham and
Clem uppoiutcd postmaster. v : .n Koboil
Hi own , nus | > endejL - -
The posioftlc-e- Hanover , Alamukeo
ounty , la. , was discontinued to day.
A postoflleo was established ut Somerset ,
Lincoln county. Neb , und LcviC. Lemon ap-
> olntod postmustcr.
Anti-Saloon Republicans Con for.
WASHINGTON , Dec. 9. A number of sen
itors met ut the residence of Senator Pulmei
his evening for the purpose otconferlng in
'oimally with Albert Griflln , chuirmanof the
inti-saloon republicans national committee
with reference to to the anti-saloon proposl-
ion of Senator Palmer looking toward
intional prohibition. No formal action was
The Cruiser Atlanta.
WASHINGTON , Dec. 9. The report of Cap
tain Bunco , commanding the cruiser At-
untu , and the endoibcmentof bureau ofllccrs
upon the subject , was tnudo public to-day.
The ) only now phase is endorsed by Secretary
Whitney , who says : "Tho department deems
that the Atlantujihould Ifuvo sumo continu
ous set vice before 'changes nro made The
suggestions of Captain Hunco nro valuable
und entii ely proper , doubtless without any
expectation thut'tho comments upon the ship
would bo tinted us anything else tliuii pro- discussions for the boneht of the
dcp.utment in tlio future. "
The ? Cherokee Presidency.
ST. Loris , Dec. i ) , Advices from T.ihle-
uah , I. T. , sny the national scnutois are
very indignant at the violent couise pui&ucd
in forcibly entering the executive offices , and
they have accordingly absented tUcMSEclves.
A stiong guard Uus been in possession of the
Capitol over since the Invasion of the gov
ernor's ofllco. BuHlijhe.ul still claims
to bo chief , nnd telegrupbcd the agent
ut Muskogee for troops , stating the govern
ment wus m the hands of ; armed men and ho
, was in danger of boelily harm. Mays tele
graphed the agent all was quiet and no trou
ble was anticipated. At a caucus of the na-
tlonal patty resolutions were passed depre
cating tiny attempt nt resistance by force ot
uriiix , and advising peace nnd moderation , u- >
11113 other coma would hasten the end of
: ; the Cheiokoo government.
- The Grand
Army Knonnipnieiit.
, O"Doe. 9. The executive coin-
inlttee of the council of administration of the
- Grand Army of the Hepublie decided to hold
- the next national grand encampment at Col-
umbub , in thu second week of September
< next.
, The Iturkor Christe
After a number of changes , enlargements
mid embellishments , thu hotel Harker on
Thiiteonth is at length completed , and
mtismis , painters mid decorators after
months of continuou ! > labor , to-night leave
the place for good. Mr. Ualeh now feels that
he isbtaitlngoui with a new hotel , und to
night celebrates the event with u complimen
tary to the merchants who have sup
plied the furnishings , his former associates
in the coal trade , the hotel men of Omaha
mid the press of the city. The occasion will
. lw one of pleasure und fitly christen the
rejuvenated hostelry.
Children Cry for Pitcher's ' Castoria.
Whf n Babj- was sick , we gare her C&atori * .
When ho wag a Clilld , sJie cried for CMtorU ,
\VTiBn iU b c mo Uiu , ibe clune to CastorU ,
VTurn the bad Children. * h e Ta them Cwtori *
X wonic.
Wlint It Can AocUiiipTlMi Dlscunqcrt IJy
the UvniiRcllunl Alliance.
WASHINGTON , Doe. 0. At the opening con
ference of the. Evangelical alliance this
morning Hov. Dr. Storrs' paper * on the
"Necessity of Co-oportitlon in Christian
Works , " was read by Uov. Dr. Chnmborlaui ,
of Hrooklyn , Dr. Storra beinj ; III. The paper
alludes to the perils arising from tliu misuse
of wealth , Illiteracy and the estrangement of
many from the church. In the course of his
pn | > er Dr. Storrs says : "The great tWng
needed Ls to gather u'p and concentrate our
power. Hlshop Harris , of Michigan , said it
would be madness to remain divided In this
hour of danger. We must bo o < iuUlly op
posed to imperialism nnd social
ism. The bible , the SnbbaHi , nnd
liberty of conscience must bo de
fended , with Christ us our leader Indeed ,
but with our own active co operation as well ,
or wo shall go the way Xf. other nations
wlNMd early history has boon fife. , and
promising. The kind of co-operation wo
advocate Is not political. The church and
state must be separate. Our common school
system U Iho peculiar product of our Anglo-
Saxon chtlstlnnlty , nnd wo must stmid for it
ngulnst the very strong nnd dangerous attack
of ultramoiitnnlsm , which has taken advan
tage of our divisions to banish thu blbli ) from
It und then , with savage Inconsistency , attack
it us godless. Hut wo must KO deeper. We
must seek not only to keep this or that
external Institution. Wo must strike at the
root of sin In the heart. Co-operation
In promoting vital , intense , nenons ) piety is
the one great need. In the "West"1 In" small
towns several churches , by their competi
tion , afford a spectacle to make devils laugh
and angels weep , mid In oitlc.s the need of
union is equally great. Our divisions have
ini ) > ovcrlshcd our love for man , as ultra-
monianlsm often foils' to mjnister to the
want it cicntcs and fosters , and loaves It to
us Piotestants to feed and clothe. The
church makes n magnificent and Imposing
show of caring for the poor but It Is hollow
and unreal. Wo have been miserably nnd
hellishly divided nnd hence our weakness. "
Hov. Dr. Glnden , of Columbus. O. , said
unity in evangelistic labor is good if wo don't
break up the allegiance of individuals to a
pnrtlrnlnr church. A man converted In n
church will , on nn average , do M much ns
three converted in u rink. A thing much
less demonstrative is better. The best pait
of towns und cities have twice ns ninny
churches as are neededthe poorer far too
few. So of competition between many seotn
in new towns. "We must , " said Dr. Gladcn.
"frankly admit the essential equality of nil
Christian churches. Wo must drop this com
petition of the Kilkenny fair s6rt. We must
recognize thu peiil to our industries ; to Iho
govulnniont. If the present \\idespiuad dis
content develops into anarchism , wo must
throttle that by law , but \\o must use pre
vention to keep it from coming to that. The
unreasonable demands by woiklngmcn must ,
as far as possible , bo modllied by reason and
love , and this only the church c. < n ilo sucess -
fully. Churches must repent of their aban
donment of the poor districts and then go
und do woiks meet for repentance. They
should colonize with seine of their best fam
ilies and not merely build missions. It is a
a work that cannot bo done by hired men ,
missiouaiies or theological students. Your
money is needed , but you nio needed still
The venerable Phillip Srhaff , D D. . was
introduced us the one ! who was the father of
the alliance and had been one of thu most ac
tive woikers for its ends. Ho spoke but u
few moments , when the session closed in
order that the delegates might attend the
president's reception. At the nftei noon ses
sion Josiah Stiong , D.D. , addressed the con
gregation. Ho was followed by Frmik Kus-
sell , D D. , who read a paper on "Co-opera
tion in Small Cities "
"Individual responsibility growing out of
perils and opportunities" was the subject of
the evening's discussion. Hov. Dr. Vandyke ,
ot New York , s > aid the danger is not to be aji-
prchcnildt ! from OiiUidu influences , but from
fat. supine inci tness within the church. The
peril oC our country ib from citizens who do
not care enough about it to vcta.
Slioit speeches woic also nuido by others.
Adjourned r.ino die.
Kvnn ; ellal Allianc-o Visits Cleveland.
WASHING TON , Dec. 9. The white house
this afternoon was invaded by nearly two
thousand members of the Evangelical alli
ance , who called to pay their respects to the
president und his wife. They weio received
in the cast loom mul were individually pre
sented to tlio president and Mrs. Cleveland.
Dodge , president of the society , ; ame si hoit
Jr. o , niucn was icplied to by President
Clo\ eland ut some length. The president re
plied us follows : "I am glad to meet so largo
u delegation fiom the Evangelical alliance of
the United States. I undoistand the purpose
of the alliance to be the application ot Chris
tian rules of conduct to the pioblcms nnd
exigencies of s > oclal and political lite. All
must admit that the reception of the teach
ings of Christianity result in the purest patri
otism , most scrupulous fidelity to public trust
mid in the best typo ot citi/enship. Those
who manage the affairs ot the govci ninent
are bv this means reminded that the law of
God demands that they should bo courageously
true to the Intel cats of the pconlo mid that the
Killer of the universe will reijuiiea strict
IK count of their stewardship. The
peonle , too , nro thus taught that ,
their happiness und welfare will be best pi o-
moled by a conscientious regard for the in
terest of common biothej'hoOd ; that thu suc
cess of the government by the people
ple depends upon the morality ,
justice and honestv of the people.
I am especially pleased to know that jjiur
ofiorts aio not cramped und limited by de
nominational lines , . There is enough of work
in the field you nave entered to enlist the
hcaity co operation of all who belicvo in the
value and eluiacy of Christian teaching nnd
practice. Your noble mission will surely
.11 rest the attention and respectful considera
tion of iour fellow citizens , mid your cndeav-
01 s , consecrated by benevolence und patii-
otic love , must exert n powciful enlluenco in
the enlightenment and Improvement of our
people in illustrating the stiength and st.v-
bilitj of onr institutions and in ntlvunefng
thoinosperitymidgientL ss 6t our beloved
hind. >
Huv. Dr. Hurchard , of No\y Yoik , of the
"Thieo It's" fame ,
was umong those pre
sented. The president recognized him and ,
advancing toward him , said that lo ) was gli\d
to see him , whcreuDon the crowd of dele
gates bioko out into laughtor. * >
Siililona and Connor * Fi ht a , lru\\
at Dnliilh ,
DULUTII , Minn. , Dec. 9. [ Special Tele
gram to the UHR. ] A packed house' Wit
nessed the best draw fight ever seen in l > u
luth between George Siddons , of Chicago
and John Connors , of New York , both ligh
weights. - Pat Killen was referee. In evexi
round Connors led and forced the fiftht
but Siddons secured the only Ttnolk'dowi
and first blood. Siddoim pursued the oh
tactics of runnini ; around tlio ring am
clinching nt every opportunity , but was
clean in ducking nt close quarters. The
light by rounds was :
Fhst. Connors led with his loft and
landed on Siddons , followed with sumo , wllicn
Siddons countered. Siddons got in with his
loft on Connors' cheek. The round ended
with sparring for the opening.
Second. Connors gave a hard right on
Siddon's neck and followed lightly with his
left on the body. Siddons landed heavily
with his right on Connors' mug mid the
round closed with two left hnndeis by
Siddons , which tapped Connors lightly.
Third. Considerable sparring at first ,
when Siddons got In a light right hander ,
Connors followed With n heavy left , a trille
short , on Siddons' mouth , and the round
closed with open fighting.
Fourth. Connors lushed , but Siddons
ran around the ring mid avoided bis oppon
ent all through the round.
Fifth. Connors landed hai d with his left
on the back , followed with ills right on
Slddons' head. Siddons raado u weak blow
with his left on Connors' body , Siddons was
winded at the close.
Sixth. Connor * opened with two good
whacks with his left and Siddons responded
with a stinger on Connors' noiO. Then
followed close nnd hard hitting on.both sides.
Seventh. Siddons got Jn three heavy
blows on. Connors' /ace , securing first blooil.
Connors Aid sonio-Ono * fighting nt the close
without effect. * . .
Kitfhth. There * wua .hard , close flghflnc
xoiuBtuitto llnlsh , ) > oth mon getting hit
iberully and getting winded at the close
Ninth. This wus the same as the previous
round with the first knockdown for Slddon * .
Tenth. Continued eenvy hitting at the
start. Siddons wa-j'aliit groggy and doing
considerable running , but rallied ut the close
md got lu n light loft npper-rut on Connors ,
Eleventh. Siddons clinching nt first , but
got In n good rlitht-hiimler on Connors' cheek
it the breuk , which Connors paid buck with
ntcrcflt. SUWons Jinel slightly the best of
lid round.
Twelfth. The men exchanged light hand-
; rs with llttlo ofTectjnnd , Silicons got hi two
treed left body blows , on Connors.
Thirteenth. Coinjoi-'s beat a tattoo on Sid-
lous , receiving but out light blow on the
chin from Sidelons.
Font tcenth. In this round the hardest and
closest fighting of the mutch took place , In
which Connors got decidedly the best of Sid-
Ions , who hit him only once and that lightly
it the closo.
Fifteenth. Sidelons got In ono good right
Hinder at the start , but Connors landed sov-
-ral with both hands at will on Siddons' back
is ho run from him.
The referee announced the fight n draw ,
. 'oniiors' ' left hand Wus Injured In the fourth
round , but ho hqd muck the best of the tight ,
which was for WOO and Iho receipts. Fulling
o secure n knockout the receipts were re
tained by the houso.
Condition of Warren nnd Wclr.
ST. PAUL , Minn. , Doc. 9. [ Special Tele
gram to the UiE.1 : The tlmo draws near
ivhcn Warren und Wclr nro to meet each
other In the i Ing. Hoth have been putt Ing In
.heir best woik to get Into good shape and
rath nio full to the mnzzlo of that necessary
Utrlbnto self-confidence. Wclr , In spite of
ils eccentric way of training , is in line con
dition. His muscles , ns an enthusiastic nil-
nlrer expressed it , nro "clastic iron. " All
vho have soon the "Spider" spread himself
n the ring suy that ho is n corker. Tommy
IVarrcn's friends In Minneapolis , however ,
nro not at all backward in backing up their
'nvorlto with solid cash. The betting is
ibout even , and some quite considerable sums
lave already gene up. Jim ICeeimn , Weir's
former backer , arrived from Hoston last
light. Warren will bo In Minneapolis to-
norrow. John Donaldson will second Weir
md John P. Clew will perform llko service
for Warren.
the Giant.
Tom O'Hrlcn , n would-bo slugger , weight
bout two hundred , jumped upon Tommy
Miller , the feather-weight , yesterday morning
nd knocking him down kicked him brutally in
lie face. On recovering himself Miller
fTeicd to clear the room nnd fight O'Uricn
i fair , squaie. stand-up light , no hick-
ng or gouging , nnd off ted to wager
& that he would whip him. O'Ui ion judicl-
usly declined to fight in this style , butMlller
las declared himself , und says that O'Uricn
must meet him in the ring or gel back on his
He is Still Doln I'.r.sincsH at His Old
Luther P. Owen , a druggist doing business
it No. 505 North Sixteenth street , this city ,
ins been represented by special telegrams
rom Ccdtir Hnpids , la , , n.s having been nr-
ested in company with his brother , Carl
Owen , nnd Heib J. Ellfott , of Marlon , la. , on
ho cliargo of sending through the mails
ibclous circulars affecting the character of
jcorge U. Owen , of the > latter place. Tlio
Owens are cousins , and 'for years a family
'cud has existed between them. At the last
election George 13. Owen was a candidate for
county treasuier of Linn , county , and a few
du\s bofoic election thei ] > eoplu of Marion
md Cedar Rapids recelvKl through the mails
Iiculms bcming a striking mul uccurulu
ikencss of Owens , toguUicr with nn miony-
nous communication that was printed In the
Cellar Uaids ; Ifnj-abl'can some time ago At
tached to this reading matter was a postscript
sajmg , "Tliepictuieyouiseu befoio > ou Is
tlir man whom this matter rcfei.s to" The
document recited the evil misdoings
of the candidate , and created
the most intenseexcitement. . Mr.
Owen stamped the charges us false , and cm-
[ iloied two of Pinkei ton's most trusted
detectives to run down the authors of tlio
scandal. The ollkcrs found out that the en
graving and printing was done in Omaha ,
nnd the two sleuths gave considerable of
their attention to Druggist Owen of this
city. They went back to Cedar Hapids nnd
made bold to say that JJr. Owen had ordered
the engraving mid printing. Doubtless these
assertions gave rise to thu false repoits sent
out of the arrest of the Messrs. Owen nnd
? . ! r. E'liott. '
Lust night n HIT. repoiter called nt the
drug store and found Luther Owen placidly
in the disc harge ol his duties.
"If I have been arrested I do not know it , "
ho l.iughlnirlv said , adding "neither 1ms my
biothur nor Elliott been taken into custody
as has been represented in some of thu nuws-
j.peis : : *
Mr. Owen then stated that ho had been In
receipt of two summons from Cedar Hapids
to appear before the United States cquitas a
witness against Elliott , but had paid no at
tention to them , for Elliott was in the city
up to i esterduy morning , when ho left for
Mm ion. While Mr. Owen was telling this a
messenger boy m rived at tlio store with a
telegram from Elliott , who last night stopped
oh" at Slater , la , on business.
Mr. Oxvcn denies all knowledge of the
ougin of the circular , and says that the first
he knew of its existcnco was the icccipt of
one through the mulls from his brother.
iVi KuJoyahlo Afl'.ilr at the Y. M. C.
The Young Men's Christian association
held the third annual banquet at the looms
on the corner of Fifteenth mid Dodge last
evening. There were over u hunched persons
present. At 3:110 : the members and their
guests sat down to the banquet , mid the time ,
spent In social fellowship , snlrltc. ' speeches
mid toasts. iusso away so quickly that it
was after 11 o'clock before they arose from
their scats to leave. After the despatching
of tlio choice viands served , Mr. P. L. Per-
niie , the toast master of the occasion , an
nounced the first speaker , Dr. P. S Lisen-
nng , who gave a witty and interesting re
sponse to "Hemiuisccnccs. " Dr. J. C. Denise
followed with "Progressive Y. M. C. A.
Men ; " Warren Switzler with "Intelnational
Work ; " J. E. Ensign. "The New Huildmg ; '
George Joplin , "The Ladies Auxiliary ; " and
Charles Goss , " 'Young Men " Ecach of the
spcakeih was greeted with applause. After
this , impiomptu toasts were suggested nnd
lospomlcd to until neaily.everybody present
had said something. Then followed n discus
sion of plans of work f6i' the coming \ear.
Thu occasion was in cvcji' ensoa memoiablo
and enjoyable one.
" . ONT3' HLOOllV ItUUM ) .
GnptAln llatuhcr Knock * Out John
lohtiKon With Dlspntoli.
For n few mlnutca last evening there was
nn exciting scene ut the Mlllard hotel.
Captain Napoleon H. Ilutchur and John
Johnson , U\o well known real estate men of
this city , hnd nn impromptu battle at that
hostelry w hlch resulted In n decisive victory
for the namesake of the illustrious Hoim-
pattc. Hoth men , It Is s , ld , were slightly In-
toxlcnted , nnd Johnson seemed to bo In
rather n cpmbattve Jiiood. At the top of the
first flight of stairs the two men met by
chance , when Johnson took umbrage at some
remark made by the captain nnd struck him
In the face. After regoveilng from his sur
prise , Hatcher gatheied together his latent
powers mul sailed Into Johnson like n cyclone.
Ho struck and pounded him until ho cried
lustily for help , nnd only ended the punishment -
ment when ho had knocked him ngalnst u
window , shivering It to pieces , and then
hesitated n moment , as though contemplating
seiidlnpr Johnson after the falling fragments.
The sound of the conflict , the noise of the
fall und the clatter of broken
glass produced the profoundest ex
citement mid confusion , waiters
nnd guests cnmo rushing from the dining
room and loungers in the rotunda jumped
fiom their seats thinking some terrible acci
dent had happened in the elevator. Thu
friends' of Johnson carried him down the
.stairs nnd hurried him away for repairs. Ho
was In a sorry plight. His right cheek was
laid open and ho had several cuts on the back
of his head where he had struclc the gloss.
His clothes wore also somewhat damaged.
The captain , with thu exception of n couple of
bruised fists , was uninjured , mid walked
nwuy with a look uf resignation as though ho
hnd performed n faithful service for his
On Sunday , December IS , the Fremont ,
Elkhoin & Missouri Vulloy railroad will be
gin running passenger trains in and out of
Omaha from the depot of the Chicago , Min
neapolis , St. Paul & Omaha road on Webster
street. Theio will boone train dally each
way from Norfolk and Hastings.
M.W HOCK lyl.ANn 11ATUS.
The C. H. I. it P. have made a rate on
building tile in cnr load lots from Morris nnd
Ottawn. 111. , to Omaha of ! " i ; > er 100 Ihs.
TiiCy have also issued u now local tariff to
DCS Moines & Fort Dodge division reducing
the local rates t\\o cents on nil classes of
rnnoNAi. .
VIce-Presldent Potter , of the Union Pa
cific , arrived in the city lust night fiom Chi
General Passenger Agent Eustls , of the
Hurlington , returns to-night from a business
trip to the west.
Mr. Francis , assistant passenger agent of
the Hurlington , lias gone to Chicago.
C.V. . Thomas , the weH-known grain
merchant , left last night over the Chicago.
Minneapolis , St. Paul & Oninij" r.iihoad for
SJouv City aim other points to IOOK uftcr im
mense quantities of corn nnd wheat , which
he bus stored in elevators.
G. McGaddcn , tiaveling fi eight agent of
the Chicago , Kansas & Nebraska line , is in
the city.
Personal Paragraphs.
M. L. Scars , Kansas City , Is at the Mlllard.
F. Fisher , of Valentine , Nob. , is in the city.
S. T. Horn , of Fremont , Neb , , Is in the
city.D. .
D. M. Philbm , of Norfolk , Nob. , is in the
W. T. Look , of Missouri Valley , is in the
W. F. Dorrancc , of Randolph , In. , is at the
Daniel J. Sweeney , of Kansas City , Is nt
C. P. Hubbard , Bioken How , Neb. , is in
the citv.
George II. Harney , of DCS Molnes , la. , is
in the city.
H. Wigand , of Foit Niobrara , Nob. , is at
the Millard.
J. A. risher , of Lincoln , Neb. , was in the
city.vest ci day.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. HOP and family , of
Kearney , Neb , is at the Millard.
Messrs. H G. V. Griswold and Charles H.
Mastcis , of Hoe , Neb , are at the Millurd.
J. E. Sackett , ono of the managers of the
New I'dcn Mu-.ce , is in the city , and stopping
at the Millard.
Mr. N. LJicrsdorf , a prominent merchant at
Norfolk , is in the city laying in u stock of
goods for the winter.
I. H. Thomas , of Cincinnati , comes to
Omaha to take the position of foreman of the
Western Printing company iccently started
in this city.
Mr C. C. Hughes , fish commissioner of
Wyoming toil itory und mayor of Chiidron ,
is in town Ho says that the prospects for
plscatoiial culture in the streams ofW > om-
ing arcveiy flattering for the coming season
and that Hshormcn may have rare spoi t iu
thu Bit ; Horn country next year.
Hiully hi Noctl of Pay.
The Now policemen held a secret meeting
last evening at the chief's oflico to talk over
the situation. Ncarlj two and u half months'
pay is duo them and some of the oflicers uio
actually In want. Fuel , provisions , doctor
bills and other necessary family expenses
have exhausted not only the pockets but even
the cicdlt of some of them , and the situation
begins to look almost desperate. As some of
the men hud loft thqir beats to attend the
inertmg , their session was nccessaiily miido
u brief one so as to enable them to get back
to their posts. Less than half an hour was
consumed , and uftor u short discussion it wfts
decided to defer nil action until after the
meeting of the council to night.
Haunted the County
Yostciday two antiquated females haunted
the judges , ofliciuls and clciks iij t.r ! > ullTer
cut dopaitmonts of U.s county building for
Uis'.r signatures unking the legislutuio to
establish woman suffrage in Nebraska. Tlio
solicitor ) met with little encouragement , and
many a joke was cracked at their expense.
Coasting Schooner Sunk
Lirs1 : , Del. , Dec. 9-rTno coasting schooner
Nellie S. .Terrell was struck by the steamer
Algieis liisUuvoiiuiK nnd sunk immediately.
Thu steward and two men were lost The
captain uud others were rescued by the Al
Oidercd in Prt-pnro For War
CIIACOW , Dec , 9. Orders have boon Issued
to place the Fifth , Seventh , Eighth and
Eleventh Russian miny corps on a war foot
A Chinese Prlnco Diet ) .
SiiANniiu , Dee. 9. It is reported that
Prlnco Chung , the emperor's father , is dead.
Catarrh in the Head
Orlulnntc * In scnifiiloin tnlntdn thn blood. Hence Catarrh may affect any portion of the body whor
Uio proper iin-llUHl br wlilclj j i euro outurrli , Isle the miicoumiionihritno U found. Hilt cntiirrh of th
ri'llltl * THE moon. Ill nuiliy dlinxrcenble nfniH | hi'Hd Is by far the inu't Lominon , nnd , atranKO to niiy ,
toim , Hnd tluuliuixcT of iluVM plnic Inlo hronclilll * , tlio inoM llalilu In licMH'Kk'Ctcd. lliu wonderful sue
or tlint terribly tulnl dl ini. . ruiisiinipllon , uro en re > x IIiMKl's HirsaimrUUi tins hud In curlnx catarrh
tirely iTiiuiruil by Hoi r HiirtaparlllD. which euro * wnrninM us In nrelui ; nil who nnlTer with IliH illni'aso
ratnrrli by purlf yliiR tbu bloiMl. < Head ilia followlnir to try tliu peculiar mpdlclno. U renovatoaand Invlg-
let lor : urntcH thu blood , und tone * every oruun ,
"I < hwrf iilly Klro niy c crlcnce In tbe u o of N. II. If you have decided to Ret llood'a Sareapa-
llonil'a Mirmparilla. I Iiil ccn trnubleil with rlllii do not bu lnduc < l to tuku any other ,
eiitiirrh tiivninn i > xtcnt fnrn loim ilmu , Hnil hail imcd " 1 have been troubled with cutnrrh year , cauilnu
\nrlum ineillrlnei wllll llo. Wl.runultii , wliun t ntu creut ftoroncHfl of tlio bronchial tubes and
to air .tleJ tliut
speech Wu nimeuit Terrible lleiuluelie.
Ireadthut llood'a Sarsaparllla would euro catarrh ,
nml my rnlco wa * entirely unnatural , I then began
unil after taking only onu bottlu 1 um miuti better.
til ll c Ilofxl'i Mina | > rlllii n miuxly , anil w Illi tnt h
My iitliirrh In iun > d , my throut In entirely well.and my
Knot ) effect that In few wu'Vsupccth win , the
hendachu ha < all disappeared" It. ( Jimiu.N' * , Hamilton
> uU'e nulurHl , and my ROncral henlih wni much Im-
llntler CoU.
ton , ,
prottMl , goiiiellnic's u fottirn of Ilia < llsua c' Is In
due IH | by liikltik- cold , when I rcvut at once to the u o 'Huod'sSarsaparllla cured mo of miller's catarrh ,
of Hood a hnrtapiirllln , ivhlcli I keep t > y uio con- nnd built up my general health , 10 that I am feellnu
utanUjr , nndnlwnja Hnd rclluf. I rrgurU Ilixxrj bar. better than for years. It Is tlio Hrst medlclno I over
ln n an Invuluublo remedy fur cntarrh , and know of which would euro miller's catarrh. " UEUIIUE
by IU effects upon myiwlf I runnel say too PixTEIt , Miller at Wriithfa Mill , Uwan , Ohio.
much In Its pra | e. " J.S. Clixicv , Jericho , Vt , He sura to eel the Peculiar Medicine ,
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Poldby alldruunlits , ll ! sir for K. Prepared only b ; Hold by alldruKgliti.fli nix forts. Prepared only by
O < 1.1IOOII .V CO. , Aplitli nrle . Ixiwell , Musi. C. I. HOOD & CO , Apothecaries , Ixiwell , Mai .
1OO Dou'i Ono I7ollnr 1OO Doves Ono Dollar.
Infantile Loveliness
No mother who loves her children , who tnkw '
prfde in their beauty , purity and health , mul In
bestowing upon them 11 child's greatest fnheiIt-
nuco a skin w ithout blemUli , and u body nour
ished by pure blood should fail to make tilul
CUTICUUA , the grout skin cure , nnd CUTICUIM
Son * , nn exquUlto skin beantllliT , piepmed
from It , externally , and Curiui'iii Hi SOI.VK.NT ,
the now blood purlilcr , internally , arc n speedy ,
wholesome , and Infallible cine for every species
of toiturlng , dlsllguring , tlchtngcnly and
pimply discuses of the skin , scalp , and blood ,
w 1th loss of hair , from pimples to crofula.
Have just used your CrricuiiA ItEMcnttMon
one of my gills , und found It to b' just hat ft
is loconunoiulcd to be. My daughter wai all
biokenout on her head nnd body , nnd thu hair
commenced to come out. Now she Is ns smooth
ns oor 1 o was , imd she 1ms only ued ono box
of CimcintA , onocnko of Cimciiuv 8o\r , and
cine bottloof OUTICUIIA HI.SOI.VKM : . Idoctond
with quite a number of doctois , 1nit to no avail.
1 inn ullllng to make nllld.ivlt to the Until of the
OKO. EASr , Macon , Miili.
Sold everywhere. Pilce , Cimctmt. Mo ; Sou ,
S5e ; ItK.soi.viiNT , $1. Prepared by the 1'orrnt
Dliun AMI CiiKMlCAt , Co. , Iloston , Mass.
lBF"Penil for "How to Cure Skin Diseases , " 01
uaHKtrn ; ilsratlolH. ! nllil 100 lostliaonlals.
JO Skin and Scnlp puisei ved nnd benntl-
ICE TOOLS. Wire Rope ,
Buffalo Scales ,
Plows ,
Markers , Scale Repair Shop.
Hooks ,
Grapples , OMAHA.
Slide Iron.
! Y & STONE ,
A magnificent display af everything useful and
ornamental in the furniture maker's art ,
at reasonable prices.
Electro-Magnetic Belts !
The Grandest Triumph ol Electric Science
' ' Sclcnllllcally Mada an1 [ Practically Applied.
Gentlemen' ! * Belt Uast R I M'n >
ra in11 I % IIBB Vtf4l I I'ate T" " Palm In the TUoU. . . . , - . Iloail cr l.lmbi.
9r WBI.S. VjUffCi TUU Acrvou * Ot-lillilr , l.umbnao , ilinvrul Drbllllr , Khcu- , 1'urulT.I. , > nroIBlu. SolnllcM , l l 'Bi . of Klilnrj. . cnlnul IMKUJM. loriild I-l * " .
Uoul. I'lhaiiodoiK Emlulun > , AvlhiuH. llciirt tlliruw , U ) > t > ri lu , VumllvMlu * i.r liH-I > .
IndlSe.tliin. WraLntM , Impotrncy , CaUrrh. WINKnllepur l umb AgueUUIicUi , Urelrocolo.
t l lwutr , llrop./ . n < - . , Chen thl > brlt U JuitMlint } uu ec .
rw./- . * * , , . . J- , -P
: " * "
nlll"linB1UBfetliBl"rftT fl UATUCTiA DEI T l mperortoallofhfp-mrrentnfrt ! ictrlft
m-tliiF vlRor. strciiKtli. cncryy nml health , nlicn all inner ireftimrni iia i i
ide Pelt rebelnitrcoinilwl ndlndor c'il by UioUbaniH whom It bucuroJ .
. .
IthtEllKNCW.-Any bank romniori-IMaenn-y or whnl mle housi. In Chlcagoi hnlniln aniBgln"
an Kranclfraunj Chkut-ii tVhrml tuDipfur I IS piffj lllu'traled ( lampliltt . , m. ! . . . . , , .
3DMW. . * / . XIOHVT , Ijivmlorumlllanufatturcr , IUI Uubaib ATCDUO Cblcsgo.
Sample Bottles Free.
An nniclent Ilemedy for
Dlnrrh < H3Clinlcr.i Mfirlmi , l > > ftrn ory
And nil Dlnordern of Ibu Iloweli Imporlwl by
Mihaloviteh , Fletcher & Co. , Cincinnati , 0.
Kurvalu by tbo followlnirdi'iilum ltlrlmrdi in Driijt
rn.lllNkiIlrmo A CM , Adl.-r i " ' . ' " .V'-.V1',1' ' . ' ,
- . i
llros AUo , rr.uik l'lloiii ! \ ( < > . H U c.nltu , and
il"wholo ul. . and retail ilnuvKta , IHjuor dualer. und
wlno luurtlianw every whurj.
Proprietor Omaha Business College ,
Book-Keeping , Penmanship ,
Commercial Law , Shorthand , Telegraphing
and Typewriting.
8tnd for College Journal. . . .
S , E. Cor. 10th and Capital Ave.
11 en t Ion tba Omi > l > aUg
My llttlo ROM , nijeil right yonrs , 1ml bocn
nllllcteit with Kircmanf tliu Hcnli | , niul nt tlniM
iiKfiiU portion of the botly , over slnco liowin
t\\o j oiiis nlcl. It lieRiin In his riirn , nnd extend-
i-cl to UN scnlp , \ > hlc'li bccninc ro > eipcl with
Bcnlis nnd 8ou 4 , nnd from \\hltli u Micky llnld
poured out , rnnilni ; Intensu ttchtiiK and distress ,
nnd lcn\liitliNlinlrinntted ( nnd llfcli-ss. Uiulpiv
noiilli tln > o ncnbi the nkln IIH t.nv , Ilko n pleco
of Ix-i'Mi-iik. ( tliu
iindiiiilly hair canio out nnd
und w us dpst roj od , until but n Miuill pilch wns
left nt tliu buck of the lioad. My ft lends In IVn-
body know hmv my llttlo boy 1ms sullcied. At
nlKlit he would scratch his head until bis pillow
ns eoveifd ltli blood. 1 iivd to tin IIH ! bands
behind him , and In many wujs tried to pro\ont
Ills EcrntihliiK ! but ItMIH nn use , houmUl
scintcli. 1 took him to tlio hospllnl tiiidto tlio
bc-st physicians In 1'eabodyltliout HIICCCSS.
About tills time , " .omo friends \\lio had been
cuii'd by the Cirriei'iiA KI.MFDII , prevailed
V.'yn Wo so try ilium. Jir ititn TKfliritMnou
the If th of .lanuai'.v lust. lnsc\en months every
p.utlele ot tlio dlsriiso as iemoI'd. . Not a t-pot
or > > cul > iciiinlns on his scalp to toll the story of
hlsMiiruilnir. Hlsli.ih has letutnod , and Is thick
nnd htrontr , and his scnlp a-t hweet and rlrnn as
any child's In thu woild. 1 wish all nlmlhirly
nllllcted to know that my Htatument Is true nnd
without vvngKOiiitlon.
CHAHI < KS > k'lfAV ' , 1'eabody , MASH.
MI'IiKS , blackheads , rlmpnocl and oily skin
piuvented by ( , 'iiricini v ilhiiiutrm SOAP.
rrrrlu rons , < 'l > desdalos nnd Milre , nho homo
lu I'd rollH Kverj animal Kintranti'i'd a bruccler
Oiirxtiiik lias liiM'ii Hclectfd with ri-fcTi-nrto
both IndMcltidl meilt and iii-dlKim. N' ' ' " ° J
tlii-sii horsrs li.ivii tukin llrxt pili'ii ill tlio No-
binnku Mulct IVIi. IW. All our li.r * nro ar-
climated , and colth of tlmlr net call ho NICIWI ! < .
I'rlc ir. . .isoimhlii ami CK > tei HIM. IH a < tfH'jllMo
by thotmeHiiudlm , ' lalliouds of Ihohliitu , II. &
> L i- . . i : . > .v. ' ' K ftft
, „ , Vmk. Nol ) .
KWRd 11(1 (
Paid Up Capital , $2BOOOO
Surplus , OO.OOO
II W. YATI s. President.
LKWIS S. Hi 1 1 > , Vlc-e-l'iesldent.
A. K. 'I OlJ/ , 2d Vlco-Preslili-nt.
\V. II. H. lli'iiin.ii , Cusliler
. IlllimTOIIH.
' JOII.Vfl.
Cor. 12th mul rarnamfts.
A ( ieneral IlanVInt' Imalntss Transacted.