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llo bji n show of sham enterprise , or pud-
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where Jlles of the i ipe.r ( ire to be found and
a rearin ivelcomcwlll be extended ,
TIIICSK uro the days when oven the
most rampant Hnnrchlut sighs for a conl
mine in hln back yard.
Triu Brewers' nasociutiou
cotted bnrloy rulaod In Iowa nnd Kunsiis.
TliIB ig doubtless in retaliation .bcctiuse
the people of those btntea have boycotted
Tnw year closes with the milling' in-
dtmtry throughout the country in n
flourishing condition. But Omaha still
lags behind other western cities in the
matter of flouring mills.
JAY GOULD is reported to bo in such
poor health that part of his oriental tri }
has boon abandoned. Now look out fet
a cabal announcement of his fattxl sick
ness and a big deal in Wall street.
AX ill wind for ombez/lors seems k
have suddenly sprung up and the an-
nouiu'oniuntH of convictions are beconv
ing more numerous. Even in Chicagc
a "confidential thief" has been son-
ten cod to states prison.
Til K police light is over. The coun
cil has rocogni/od the supreme court.
Soavy and the now policemen will gel
tliuir pay in time for buying a Christ
inas turkey , and the country is fatife
All's well Unit ends well.
TllK rapid advance of toslholicism it
this country is shown by the fact tha
lG3l)45iOO , ) ; ( ) ! cigarotlcs wore manufac
tured in the United States last year
Ten yearn ago the old fashioned btron (
cigar was good enough except for a lev
- hundred dudea.
it A UKTKUMINKD war upon the now
slokly-groon postage stump has boon
inaugurated by the probs. The Nov
York Sun even assorts that it is poison
ous and cannot bo licked with Impunity ,
It la evident the now stamp must go ,
For the probout it must go hy mail bag
CoxtniKiS will adjourn to-day for tin
holiday recess in spite of Senatoi
Plumb's spoerh denouncing adjourn
mon't as a democratic game to wnsti
tlmo. Congress , in fact , wiib practically
adjourned yesterday , as hardly a cor
] H > nil's guard of the members remaine (
in Washington last night , the wcbtori
I , contingent having loft in time to read
\ homo for Christinas.
A NKW congressman from Tonuessct
must boa rival of Martin , of Texas , ii
vordauoy. Ho has offered a rot-olutioi
to abolish the Cony regional Jticoul
"When ho shall have made the greater
effort of his lifo in the line of oratory
nnd rushes for the Record the nox
morningho will wonder how ho eoul
liuvo been HI btupid.
THE government has boon very euc
cussfnl in its sugar oxporlnicnta ii
Loulblnnaand Mie&ouri. A private en
torprlno is also , ungagod in tin
wuno direction it is quite safi
to predict that the sugar indub
try will become an important om
in the near future. The time may nebo
bo far distant when this country bhal
have no need of the foreign pioduct.
TllK Marquis do Mores is no longer :
western "rustler. " lie has quit th
tame droned beef business and is goin ;
tf to India to engage in the more uxcilin
* Dccupation of hunting the wild tiger i
its nntlve.tangled jungles. The marqui
propof-od to' astonish the natives t
Kansas City in the way of doing busl
ness , hut when hu found hlmoolf enmjn ;
out about one hundred and lifty thouoani
dollars short he was more surpri&cd tha
they , Luck go With him.
The appointment of Mr. Mills nnd Mr.
Itnnilnll n inomborB of Uiocommiltooon
rules of tlio house of rcprebontuUvo.s
lirii'-tleally Hcttlos the question us to
tlioiiUpoinUnent ) ) rcspcctivoly to the
elmiriiiiinslilps of the wnys nnd inotuit ?
niitl npiiroprliitlon committees. The tlo-
tofininiitlon of this question in about all
Hint IH of interest In connection with the
or ani/atlon of the house committees.
It IH not ( | tie.Htloniil)1o ) that both these
gentlemen nro entitled hy procortcnt to
the preference thnt has been ticeoidud
horn , hut thin consideration ( lees not
ultimate thp grounds of objection thnt
xist to placing them in the responsible
motions ut the head of the two most lin-
mrtant committees of the IIOIHO , from
. liich vantage ground they will exert u
'rcator inllttcnco upon legislation than
ill the committee- chairmen combined.
The objections to Mr. Mills are' Hint
10 has neither the ability nor the tern-
> or to successfully perform the duties of
ho chairman of the \va\s \ and means
iommlttco at this important juncture.
To has never as a member of that coin-
nitleo given evidence of uny great
iauabilitics , ami he is proverbially
ipinionatcd , stubborn and irritable ,
athor fond of conflict , but lacking
the qualities that win confidence and a
ollowing. 'llioro are SON era ! democrats
n the house bettor equipped
n all respects for this p < -
iition than the Texas congressman , nnd
he appointment of citherof them would
bo more satisfactory to the country and
very likely boiler for the democracy.
Mr. Mills is a pronounced freii trader ,
although admitting that it is idle to
tall : of frco trade now , and with the
knowledge of his predilections it ib ol > -
vious that no revonuo-meabure can come
'rom liis committee without being in a
neasuro handicapped. Tlio opponents
of tariff revision will profess to see in
my such measure having his approval a
stop in tho'direction of frco trade , and
ll make the most of the fact that the
ways and means committee is provided
over hy n man who distinctly says that
10 would luwe frco trade if it was a pos
sible thing , and who argues that such a
policy would in the end bo best for the
As to Mr. Randall the objections are
familiar. His retention at the head of
the appropriations committee continues
in his hands the power that has enabled
him in two congresses to proven t all
revenue legislation obnoxious to him ,
ind there is no good reason to suppose
ho will not again oxoroiso this power in
the present congress. So far as can bo
learned his opinions regarding InrilT
revision and revenue reduction have
undergone no change , and it is under
stood that ho will have a measure of his
own framing to oiler , to the
terms of which ho will un
doubtedly adhere , though thereby
nil efforts at revenue legislation should
bo defeated. It is not to ho supposed
that Mr. Randall could draw a hill re
lating to this question which would be
aecoptablo to the revenue reform ele
ment ol the Uomoerats in congress , anil
since ho will not go to thorn ho is in n
position to pro vent any thing being done ,
In reply to the question whether he
thought it would bo possible to pass ti
tui1 ill reform measure at this session Mr ,
Mills replied : "Everything will depend
upon Mr. Randall and his friends. We
have only about ilftcon majority in the
house , and wo will want the support
of all democrats. " Tlfo power pos
sessed by Randall as the chair
man of the "appropriations com
mittee makes him the autocrat and ar
biter of the situation. The deference
shown hy Mr. Carlisle to precedent in
these cases may have results veryuiibdtis-
factory to the country and very much tc
the disadvantage of the democratic
party. There was a great opportunity
in this matter for a fearless leader , bui
Mr. Carlisle was not the man for the oc
. Altogether Too Practical.
This is a practical ago , and wo shoulc
always give preference to practical
training in the public schools over tin
suporlieial and theoretic. When we saj
practical wo moan instruction that cai
bo coined into dollars and cents by met
and women who desire to earn a livoli
hood. Manual training of boys ani
girls is ono of these practical and u e
ful branches , and so are bookkeeping
stenography and typewriting. The cle
mentary instruction that enables a hoi
to master the rudiments of mechanic :
cannot bo taught at homo. Girls wlu
dofiro to make themselves useful in tin
olllco or counting room will derive ma
tcrial advantage from public school in
struction in shorthand , typewriting ant
the manual of the bookkeeper. IJu
there is such a thing as doing too muel
in the direction of the practical
Such , for instance , is the attempt t (
teach school girls how to boil potatoes
bake beans and use the rolling pin. Ii
other words , our school hoard ha
slopped over in making cooking i
branch of public school instruction. ITn
employment of a French cook , or fo
that matter an American cook , at on
hundred dollars u month to teach schoo
girls how to handle pots , kettle * atu
dishes is in our opinion not dcmandci
by the patrons of our schools. Vor ;
few of our girls are deprived of thi
practical schooling of the homo kitchen
Such as are disposed to M > il their da int.
flngors with potato peelings and dougl
can get all the instruction about the artc
cooking from first hands. Those wh
are too lender for the coarse work < j
the kitchen and too proud to come i
elohO I'nntuct with Ilridget and th
cooking range , are usually trained an
linishi-d in fashionable boarding school'
If cookery is to bo one of the branchc
of public school instruction , why no
also open a public school laundry , wher
girls can bo taught the art of wabhhij
and Ironing. The trouble with ou
board of education is , it is making tu
many now-fuuglodjoxporimonts. If th
board has more money than it has Ub
for its policy should be to invent the bin
plus in school accommodations , 9
Council nucl CommUnlon.
Now that the contest between th
council and ] x > lice rommbhion is ovoi
it behooves both of theeo bodies to confer
for together and arrive atuu nmicabl
understanding with regard to the pollc
futid. uud the rules uud regulation
A * SCt ( . < . * teefe * *
governing the police force. The charter
places the municipal purse in the hands
of the council , und it is the duty of that
body to provide the necessary moans
for maintaining the police department.
The right to establish regulation ! * for
the government of the police force Is
c.sted with the commission , but these
cgulatlons can only acquire the force
f law when they nro approved
jy a majority of the conn-
11. With these cardinal points
< ept steadily in view by the council
nd commission , there need bo no fur-
her clashing. In making the levy for
, ) olico funds the council should give
aroful consideration to the demands
ind recommendations of the commission ,
jut U is by no moans absolutely bound
iy thorn. If in the opinion of the coun-
II tboBO demands arc extravagant or
.inrcatsonablo , It has a perfect right lo
modify and reduce the estimates of the
: ommisson ! , and fix the number of
lolicemen as lu its judgment will sufllcc
'or public protection , and make
ts levy accordingly. The present po-
Ice force is utterly insufficient , but the
ilalnor to have it increased to KM ) men
ivlll not meet with approval of the tttx-
Ktycrs , in view of the heavy burdens
hey already hoar for maintaining the
jlty government. Sixty policemen will ,
n our opinion , bo ample for the next bix
nonths. If the low dives and the nptor-
oiis resorts that harbor crooks arc
closed a force of sixty active patrolmen ,
> roparly handled , ought to bo able to
naiutaiti law and order. If the finan
cial condition of the city permits an in
crease after Iho first of next July , the
onncil can amend its ordinance fixing
the number of policulnou and authorize
i further Increase.
Another Old Grow.
The oldest hotel clerk in Onmha has
: ) ceu heard from , and as might bo ex
pected from a man employed in one of
our leading hotels , ho takes no stock in
lie project to.givo Omaha a largo lire-
iroof hotel. The burden of his bong is
that Omaha's transient trade is not the
l < ind that would seek shelter in an $8 a
.lay hotel. Who say it is ? Do any of
the great hotels at Chicago , Minncapo-
is , St. Louis or New York charge
$8 n day for regular hotel
board and lodging. A family
parlor and bath room may cost $8 a day ,
but that charge is exacted in Omaha
now , when such luxuries are at the dis-
fcal of our principal hotels. The "old
hotel cleric'1 who predicts that a half
million dollar hotel will run empty for
waul of paying iialroijngo is probably
inspired by the parlies who predicted
that the building of the Millard hotel
would wreck its proprietors and ruin its
only rival. Suppoao either of
our two largo hotels should
bum down , like the .Grand Cen
tral , during ono of our Nebraska
y.ophyrs , what condition would Omaha
bo in to accommodate transients or resi-
dentsi1 It will take two years to build
any first-class hotel. Our largo hotels
are overcrowded now. What will they
bo by 1SOOV If enterprising men in
Omaha were frighlcned by the cawing
of every crow that flaps its prophetic
wings we should never embark in jvny
project which is essential to a com
THE statement comes from Toledo ,
Ohio , that the friends of ox-Congress
man Frank Hurd are endeavoring to
boom him for the second place oi\ the
democratic presidential ticket. There
will bo a great many amusing things
taid and done by the politicians before
the national conventions nominate the
candidates who will make the next race
for the presidency , but wo hardly ox-
pcct any to occur more amusing than
this. Mr. Hurd is unquestionably n
bright man , and very likely the ablest ,
as lie certainly is tlio most aggressive
among free trade democrats , hut ho
would make a very heavy tail to the
democratic kite. lie has a following in
Toledo and thereabouts that never
seems to lose its enthusiasm for
him , but cl&cwhere Mr. Ilui-d has
not been able to make a very
deep impression , though he never lobes
au opportunity to present his claims to
attention. Other aspirants for second
place will not be seriously disturbed by
the announcement that the friends of
Frank Ilurd nro trying to give him a
boom. It is a way they have of keep
ing him encouraged and it does nobody
COAT , is now the fourth product in
value of shipments from Colorado , and
yet some of the towns in that state are
complaining of a coal famine. The
trouble ib said lo be with the railroads ,
and the Denver Repnbliatn advises the
Burlington to bestir it-elf : and furnish
fuel to the people who are in danger ol
free/ing to death. Omaha , as well as n
number of Nebrauku towns' , are also in
danger of a coal famine , prominent
dealers predicting that the supply will
not last ten days if tlio present cold
snap continues. The dealers here
also lay the blame at the door ol
Iho railroads , nnd claim that the urgent
cry for coal docs not receive tJio atten
tion from the railway ollicials which it
demands. The cattle and grain mar
kets can afford to wait for fresh supplier
just now a great deal better than people
ple who are shivering in the bliz/anl
without sufficient fuel to keep warm.
THK managers of Iho Union Pacific
have 'doubtless reached the conclusion
that a few moro $7,000 Connoyor ver
dicts would pay for a first class viaducl
ouor the Tenth street crossings. And
while Mr. Potter's mind is fresh on the
question of crossings and the liability
of railroads for injuries , ho might ordci
one or two electric lights strung ncroe :
the lower Tenth street crossing. Mr ,
Potter evidently is never out o'nlghtoi
ho would become aware thnt the nrmi
of his fixed gimrd-gato cut off the lighl
of the solitary 'lamp-post on Leaven-
worth street from the crossing. An
other damage suit for u log would ilium
inato that crossing in n wondorfullj
Mu. Gicuuaii W. GUILDS , of the Phil
ndolphia 7xiycr ? , wiys ho would rathei
bo an editor than bo president. Fou
men know hotter than-Mr. Chllds th <
sources .of mil happiness In tl\U lifo
uud in determining to continue hl rohv
tlons with the profession he adorns , nnil
goon quatlliigtK | nys to the clul , hotdiows
thnt ho has net underestlmalod the
editorial culling ? at n means both of
grace nnd gliu ness. There was u
dungorotiq pos-nb' lltyof Mr. Child * get
ting In the way.of some aspirant for tha
republican nomination , bill his wise nnd
timely assurance has removed the
danger ami materially simplified Iho
situation. * "
Tin : Hclglnn twiners , who have been
contracted for to tnko the place of Iho
strikers In the Luhlgh vnlloy are ex
pected to arrive in tills country in n day
or two , but the chances ixro that they
will have some difficulty about lauding.
Secretary Full-child has scut instrr.c-
tlotiB to the collector1 ? of customs at all
the principal ports of .entry to bo vigi
lant and not allow n violation of the
contract labor law. Perhaps the coal
barons vdll find that oven they cannot
rldo rough-shod over the law in this
BTATK AM ) TKltlttTOUY.
Fremont has a bonus of : Kl,000 in soak
for u canning factory.
Beatrice and Fulrhtu-y nro now tiblo
to oxchtingo greeting by telephone.
Kearney is promised u factory for
pressed brick , terra cotta and vltritled
The Elkhorn Valley road paid into
the Dodge county treasury $13X)0 ( ) in
taxes last week.
Work on the now division of the Mis
souri Pacific from Talmugo to Crolo has
been suspended for the winter.
John S. Duke , hardware merchant in
Pluttsmouth , has been forced out of
business by an overdose of chattel
Nobrnsku City has switched from a
natural gas boom to Iho aroma of apros-
peYtivo stock yards. The wild boy is
getting in his best efforts witli the
A detailed explanation of an item in
the annual report of the state board of
agriculture other expenses 822.87..06 !
would furnish entertaining reading for
Iho holiday season.
Weeping Water is now ready to invest
her last dollar in waterworks and fire-
protection. The loss of $27,000 by Mon
day's blaze gave the people a painful
idea of their weakness in the water line.
Hon. John C. Watson , the dashing
guerilla of matrimony , is harnessed
again. On Monday evening he was
married to Mibs Rachel I. , daughter of
Dr. Larsh , of Nebraska City. The
couple uro now circulating through the
nst enjoying the honeymoon.
Chribt Larson ami a companion skir
mished for quail in Cass county last
week. They started a cony and Christ's
companion flre At lu&t accounts
fifteen grains of" shot had been fished
from Larson's body. The wounds arc
not dangerous. The quail had a nar
row escape- .
The W. C. T.llJ. of Fremont threuton
to jail the city C ads for giunting liquor
licenses on prq rata payments. The
organization hai hurled an indignant
whereas at theirj uncovered heads , and
they are now dodging through screened
doors and dnrl $ ? alloys to brace their
nerves against the storm.
The saloons of Alma must nay Sa WO
to the family of Hoiiry Foot or for illum
inating his dcM-ont to the grave with
red fire. W. F. Kellars und his bonds
men are the chioPvictims of the verdict
and will postpone payment by carrying
the case to the supreme court.
The Nebraska City distillery has bcoji
Uikon under the wings of the whisky
trust. This does not signify an exten
sion of eredil , but ralhor prompt pay
ment of bills and unchangublo prices for
diluted corn , ft will enable the trust
ful members of the combination to roar
corn palaces wherever fancy dictates.
Henry Conrad , a Greenwood farmer
of eighteen year's standing , was acci
dentally killed lubt wool ; . John
Struitur , his hired man , placed n loaded
shotgun in the bottom of a wagon and
drove on , Mr. Conrad following on foot.
The jarring of the wagon discharged
the gun , the shotstriking Conrad on the
forehead und causing death in half an
KDr. Grandy's translation 'from Hum-
boldt to Hyorfavillo was not attended by
au.y distressingsccnesofsorrow. Hisvcr-
sutility as a 2 per cent liar and forger
enabled him to lay up for the dreary day
some $00,000 , yet the state furn'ibhe'd
him n free pa&b to his now quarters.
Five years of labor will harden hit
usurious clutches and * ivo him a sample
of the doaes he prescribed for his vic
Sioux City is talking for a wagon
oTho city council of Davenport 1m ;
chartered a street rail way company.
Ottumwa's artcsan well has reached fi
depth of 1,000 feet. There is plenty ol
water , but no gas.
Armour proposes to plant a meat shoj
in Burlington if a local butcher refuses
to trade with him.
Eighty-seven cases of contagious dis
ease have been reported at Uavenporl
during the past cighleon days.
Percy comes forward with the dis
covery of the remains of some huge :
monster which lived in remote an
tiquity. It measures about fifty feet in
The state supreme court has decided
that ' the tax of $27(5,010 ( volrd by Du-
b'uquo to the Stickuey road is not valid.
As about half of _ the tax has been paid ,
the decision mixes things.
The Sioux City Tribune boldly de
clares that the prohibitionists have
retarded the growth of the city. All
the splendid 3trolC.3 in flnanco , indus
try , energy and courage which marked
the city's advancement during the yeui
have been by men who have no sym
pathy with prohibition und its rural
Prophet Fosto ? > prcdicts that 'Jan
uary will bo a stormy , changeable
month. The lirstyqvon days will bo full
of bluster , btorms' ' tujd changes from cold
to warm catlicHj nnd will average
much warmer thtvutUio hist week in De
cember. The principal force of these
storms will roactijtho river about the
1st , 5th and 7th. SOzlio other storm duto <
will bo about the-ilillh , Ihth , 2oth ant !
flOth. The changtw from warm to cold
nnd the reverse , will bo sudden am
sharp from the ] Jfli ; to the 27th. Tin
weather will bo loss changeable betweot
the 8th and 17th and after the 27th. We
expect quite warm woulhor about tin
5th and 7th , with a cold reaction during
the week following. "
Yunkton claims to ship moro hay thai
any other town in Dakota.
The total receipts of the Abordcot
land ofllco for last week were 81,400.
The mills of Deadwood cleaned i
$12.5,000 the first two weeks of the
The Eddy tin group in the Hill Citj
district has been sold to an English syndicate
dicato for $30,000.
The Tin Mountain mill at Custcr Citj
has Iwun completed and will bo put it
opsratiou early next mouth.
.Custer City hue * a , band. As an ou
ooitrnpetnenl to homo Imlustrv the
members will bo armed with tin horns ,
Charles Wliulon.vlfo nnd daughter.
were drowned while attempting to ero-n
the river on the ice" at Bismarck last
A B. fc M. surveying purty recently
camped in Red Canyon , near Cheyenne
Ivor and examined the coal beds in
SOUTH \ > MAHA NEW9.
C. 11. Habor , of St. Louts , reprosehthig
" "iilrbtmlts1 Honlc rompnnV , l nutting up a
hlrty-four foot sculo ut lAwlcr'.i packing
A. C. Smith , of Oakland , Nub. , Is lu with n
end of hogs.
.1. E. Thompson , of the Bluffs , was on the
niu-kot look I M i ? for burpiinH.
John S. 1 uiiiti Is on the market with a load
F. G. Twohlll , of O'Noll , U on the market
with a cur of hogs.
M. II. Jeffrey , of Osccoln , is In with' n lo.ul
Will tor Lancaster , of I'lckcrcll , Is in with
onu cur of hops.
H. Clark , of Turkln , Mo. , sold u car of
Dnvo Disk , of Lincoln , U nt tlio Exchange.
E , T. Farnworth of Blair , registered nt the
T. J. Wllburn of Greenwood , Neb. , is
oppuiK ut the Exchange hotel ,
Eugene Mtnnm of Swift , Neb. , is n guest
at the Exchange hotel.
'Tho 1C. of P. excrutlvo committee mctiiml
in view of the unfurnished condition of the
new hall , decided to postpone their ball fiom
thu ! > filh inst. , until thu IlUth.
Tlio social club held its usual duiico at
Hunt's hall last night.
Cold weather has put n temporary stop to
Coiinullimiii Bunco nsKeil why
Jlty Attorney Grico was found prosecuting
itlrens of South Oninhn , when ho was ro-
: alned lo defend their rights. The council-
mail's ideas of the duties of a city attorney
arc evidently u little mixed.
City Attorney Grico lias entered into n eo-
imttncrslilp with J. W. EdgcrUm for the
imirlivo of law. Both gentlemen are well
known in tlio community , and will doubtless
liiivon fair share of patronage.
The new city ofliecs will bo occupied Janu
John Flaiinery and Moses Isaacson were
discussing the high licciibo law of this state ,
and Moses said it was so high that he c-ould
not iifl'ord to buy Flaiinery a drink. The lat
ter concluded ho had beun insulted , und pro
ceeded to wipe the floor with Moses. The
entr.inco of the pollco put a stop to the debate -
bate , but itj was resumed yesterday before
Judge Ueuther , who tlnod Flaiinery j5 nnd
The following was the bill of complaint
preferred against Judge Heutller and handed
into the council :
SOUTH OM MU , Doe. 20 , 1SS7 We the un-
dcrliRned citi7ens of South Omaha. I have
discovered Unit .luclgo Ucutliur lias not turned
in all the lines that lie has collected foi"thc
month of November. Signed George IMxon ,
M. Redmond , J. Burk. On being cnicstioncd ,
Officers Dixcm and Kedmond siiid the signa
tures w.us not theirs , and that they hud not
uutlinri/cd anyone to sign for them , Their
names were aceordinglyoriisocl , and the com
plaint Rtood over the name of Councilman
SOUTH OMAHA'B MUDDtiK.
The Council HOH a Hot Tlmo Invest -
Callus Judge Itcttthcr.
Every able-bodied .voter who could find
standing room in Justice Low's court room
was on hand to hear the charges
preferred against Police Judgn Hcuthor and
City Marshal Ilice , and every councilman was
In his seat ready to pass Judgment on the al
leged misdeeds of their subordinate ! ! . Mayor
Savage was thcro to preside with all the dig
nity the occasion called for and Councilmen
Loosener and Burke were on band to exact
a strict account of every cent that had passed
through the hands of Judge Reuthcr. Coun-
cilmcii Smith , Geary , Glasgow and Ilafforty
were also thcro to find out how much their
confreres knew about the matter and what it
was all about , and Judge Houthor was there
to take his own part , and caJl on Lawyers
May ue and Egcrton to assist him if neces
sary.Ve are hero to investigate the charges
brought against Judge Ueuther , " said Coun
cilman Louschcr , after about an hour had
been spent In going over the judge's books ,
without nny light being thrown on tlio sub
ject , "uml I move that we hear the evidence
of Officer Dixon. "
Immediutoly there was a babel of sounds ,
In which the attorney for the judfju wus
heard to asfr for a thorough investigation of
his client's conduct , Councilman Burke ask
ing til nt nothing should bo done till a satis
factory report was handed in by the judge ,
and Mayor Savugo explaining to the irate
councilman that thu report had already been
icceivedund adopted. Councilman Burke ,
however , asked that some other councilman
besides himself and Locscher should say
something and not "sit all night und Ray
nothing , " but Councilman Ilafferty said lie
"would sooner see moro work and less talk. "
Some gener.il convoi-Biit ion on tlio subject
of lliici or "assessments" collected from dis
orderly houses revealed the fact that by or
der of the council , Judge Ueuther did not
enter them in thu regular docket , us it wus in
tended they should bo "kept cjulct" and de
livered into the general fund instead of the
school fund. Councihnuu Burke did not
seem to bo awnro of this and classed it an
"robbing the school fund , " but when quiut
was restored Mayor Savugo asked City At
torney Grico if such "assessments" could
be legally imposed , and found they could not.
A further lull in the proceedings enabled
Councilman Locscher to bring in Oftlcera
Djxon and Hcdmond , nnd John Leonard as
witnesses and asl : that they should be MVOIII.
This was done.
Ofilcor Dixon , in answer to Loescher , told
that on November 1 , u man whoso nuuiu hu
did not know had been lined W nnd sent to
juil in default of iviymont. Hearing thu man
had been released bu asked Judge lleuthur if
tlio line hud been paid mid wus told it hud. It
did not so uppear on the judge's books. Bo
also testified ton number of other iincs which
lie said weii } paid :
When he was through , the attorney on behalf -
half of Judge Hcnther asked and received
from thn mayor pcrinlabion to cx.tmiao the
"I object , " said Councilmen I.oc = clicr nnd
Burke at once "J rise to a point of order , "
continued Councilman Burke.
"Sit down , " said the chuir.
" 1 won't : he's spoken u dozen times and
j _ n
"For gracious H.iko sit down. You'vo
talked on the samu thing forty limes , " said
"If we can't nuvo this Investigation we'd
butter go homo. We don't want u trial , wo
onlv want to investigate and woo If there is
suftlcleut cause to have 'one. This
Is only un investigation , and wo don't want
uny lawyers or outsiders to Interfere. Wo
determined to meet hut night , and wo don't
want any lawyers cross-examining our wit
nesses in this investigation. "
"Do you want this u star chamber trial ,
with uveryono excluded except the wit
nesses I" asked Mayor Savage.
"Yes , that's what I want. "
"Do you wunt the rcpoi tors excluded ! "
"No yes well , no.1'
A motion was accordingly put nnd carried ,
asking the marshal to clear thu room ol
everyone but the witncsaoaaiid the reporteis.
Quiet was ouco more restored , when Coun
cilman Loescher , having reconsidered
his motion , nnido another asking
that the reporters and all uvccpt the mayor
and council bo tired und witnesses brought in
ono by ono.
This was done nnd the reporters left , and
Councilman Loeschor once moro explained
the object of the meeting to the mayor und
council. "Bring in Dixon , " ho continued ,
mid Marshal JUco went out In the darknesi
to flnd.tho witness , who with others , hud left
"I can't lind him , " ho said after a fuw min
"Then bring In the next , " and J. Leonard ,
u former prihoner , was brought in. Ho explained -
plained thnt ho had on onu unfortunutu oc
casion , been fined flO and oosta , und that
while on his way to Jail , u friend
of his had offered 810 for his leleaso- , and that
It was accepted. He couldn't Bay exactlj
who got the $10. It was uftci wurds explained
by other witnesses that the Judge htid remitted
a portion of the line , uml that nis entry of * , '
liiHti'tnl ( W on thu docket meant a } 5 tlno and
j-I.M ) costs ; and that the CO cents had boon re
OUlcur Dixou then took the stand -and
repeated the evidence he had alrcndj given ,
after which Officer Kedmond was culled nnd
said that his Information c < n the subject in
question was confined to a ccipv of Dixuu'A ro-
l > ort. ana thai of his personal knowledge ho
could say nothing.
An Intermission here occurred which was
filled up by further conversation teMteetlng
the disorderly house's la which the members
Indulged In a few personalities and bcgullon
tlio time with n nicy story or two. The
entrance of Pat Upwley , however , put them
nil on their puiird , mid they resumed their
sedate expression us ho gave his evidence. ' .
He said that ho knew the witness Leonard ,
nnd thut ho ( Leonard ) had left fl\ ( \ with wit
ness' bartender for safe keeping.
That night Leonard wus arrested
und lined $10 nnd costs , and
preferred going to Jull to paving It.
He passed witness' house , however , In
charge of Officer DKon , und witness Induced
him to pay 010 In full of the Htm. This was
accepted , and the' money handed to the officer
in charge In his bar room and not handed to
City Marshal Klce was than sworn at Iho
request of Mayor Savage , and traced thu $10
mini the tlmu It was paid over until It up-
IK-nred on Judge Keuthor's docket us pi.M ,
that Is , u $5 llnu and $1.50 costs.
Thu missing f,0o rent * lind been re
turned to the man that had paid the flO1
Ibis settled most of the clmrges.and the mat
ter now lusts us follows ; On November 1 a
man named cither John Bailey or John
Logan was lined W and costs and sent to
Jail lu default. Officer Dixon took him to
thu Jail , and on liciiring that ho was at lib
erty , asked Judgu Heuther If his line was
paid. The Judge said It was. but It is claimed
that if It wus , it does not so appear in ! the
docket. The council thcroforo Journed
till Friday next in order to gain full information 1
mation on that point , ns In all others Judge
Heuthcr's books uro udmlttcd tobocorieot.
The Bostonlans Open nt lloyd'i With
The BoMoniuns opened nt Boyd's last
evening with Suppo's tuneful and sparkling
"FutliilUn , " and rendered It us only the Bos-
loiimns can. When the old Boston Ideals'
died , the "titio" and the "estates , " as they
would sty in England , descended to thu Bos-
tonlans. They inherit almost nil thn mills-
ii ill strength of tlio famous old compimv ,
whtloiiidrumuticuptncsts and fullness then1
outstrip it. Tltis was always thu lame feut-
uropf the Icluuls , but thu Bostoniaiis uro
jmlllng it well up'with their admirable sh.g-
ing , and , Judging from hist night's ' perform
ance , they are cupablu of giving thu most sat
isfactory lepresetitations of opera ot thu
light and better gradu comic typoti that have
ever been given here. In ( ho way of "stair-
ini- " they would bu hard to surpass ,
and in un "all round" perfonmiiicu
of this kind of opera thov
cannot bo equalled by any company on thu
roiid to-day. Mit Agnes Hnntington , in thu
double guise of u young Husslun lieutenant
and the versatile Fatinitza , was most elTcct-
ivo. Her singing was superb , her acting
charming. Miss Camille Muori , as the Prin
cess , was indeed captivating , and her sweet
voice secured for her thu most rapturous ap
plause und repeated recalls. II , C. Barna-
bco uiadu a most taking character of l//ot
Pasha , singing witli a stiength and vigor
that was undeniable , and acting with the
genius of a finished comedian.aToin Karl ,
thu special newspaper correspondent , acted
well and showed off u mellifluous tenor voice
to the very best advantage. Among thu
others deserving of ut least u mcro mention
are Mrs. Hiecordo Uiccl , the Russian general ,
.and Misses Clcnry , Brachett , Clark and
Pierce. Tliero was a roundness und symme
try about the whole performance that was
really refresWng , and general commendation
will answer the purpose better than an at
tempt at labored individuulizution.
A HAD riKliIt IJOV.
He CoufcsHOS to Have Kobbccl Guests
nt the I'axtciu.
A series of petty thiuvones nt the Pavton
hotel of late terminated last evening hi the
anestof Cliailet. Ward , aboil boy , a young
man of nineteen. The latest theft was three
day ago , when W. A. Paxton , Jr. , missed a
new suit of clothes valued at * 75. Ho re
ported the loss at pollco headquarters and
Sergeant Moatyn and Ofllcer Hurngan were
detailed to iuvcstiguto the mutter. Getting
no clew wliatovcr , but having strong sus
picions that VVard might know something
about it they determined to try tlio effect of
a "bluff game" witli him. They accordingly
went to him und told him thut they had
learned of his connection with tlio case , and
the cheapest thing for him to do was to own
up to it. Thinking tlio olllcers knuw nil
about tlio case , Ward weakened and ac
knowledged his guilt. Hu also confessed to
numerous othur thefts. Hu has always bornu
an untarnished reputation hoictofiirc , and
ho gave as his reason for tliesu thiovorics
the fact that lie wished to raise money to go
to Hot Springs for his health. The clothes
ho hud shipped to ills own address at Mar-
shalltown , la. , and at the time of his ariest
ho wcs making preparations to skip. He
will bo given n preliminary hearing before
Judgu Bcrka thui morning.
N. S. Harwood , of Lincoln , Nub. , is In the
W. Cl. Martin , Kansas City , is at tlio Mil-
J. C. Hose , Elwood , Neb. , is at tlio Mil-
M. Stern , Hastings , Neb. , is at the Mil-
Paul Grubcr , of Kansas City , is at tlio
H. E. Palmeiton , Ilolchcgc. Nub. , is at the
John L. Crosslcy , of Iloldrcge , Neb. , Is ut
J. O. Fiwicr and wife , of Wahoo , Nub. ,
uro at thu Millard.
Mrs C. Wesley Woolen , of Philadelphia ,
is visiting in the city.
Mrs. K. E. Smith and daughter , of Fort
Mudison , la. , are visiting in the city.
W. H , Dildiao , ex-proprietor of thu Bost-
wick hotel , Hustings , Nub. , is in thu cily.
C W. Lyimin , wifo'nnd family , und Mrs.
It. Bcldcn , of Salt Luku City , are ut the Mil-
George W. Heist nnd James Wr Norvoll ,
of Sidney , Nub. , aru registered at tlio Mil-
U. J. Kllpatrick und wife , J. D. Kilpatrick ,
und W. H. Kilpatrick mid W. C. StroUm and
wife , of Beatrice , Nob. , uro in the city.
Mrs. M. M. Coud , of Fremont , Neb. , was
hi the city yesterday to consul } with physl-
in reference to tier husband's dition ,
who is lying quite ill ut their home.
W. II. McDonald und wifu , H C. Banmbcc
and wifu , Tom Karl , Miss HnntlngUm and
mother und Rovci-.il ether of the prominent
pii formers wit Ii thu Boston I. ma uro tegis-
tured ut thu Millard.
J. M. Shcrrior has been relieved as
signal service ob-ervor at Valentine ) ,
thisslalo , and has been returned to the
Have you awakened from a dUtnrb"d
with all the liorriblo Hensatlons of an assassin
clutching jour tluoat and pressing th llfu-
breiith fiom your tightened chest ? Have you
noticed the languor and debility that succeed
thcclfoit to cUar your throat and hend of this
catarrhal mattar ? What a dHprossliig liilluuicu
Uuxertsupon tlifi mind , clouding thn memory
nnd fllllnt ; thu head with pains und otijiiiic
nol-ohl How dllllcult It Is to lid tlic im ul p.isv
ngos , throat and lungs of thh iiol'onons niucnn
all run testify who nro nttllcicd with cxtimh
Ho dllllcult to jiiotect the systum ngaliistitH
luithur piogrt-ss towardi the lungs , ll\er and
KldnejK. all phjiilclam will admit It Is atorrl-
blu disease , und cries out forrullef und cuio
The mmuk.iblu tuiuUto powois uhiiii all
other icmedlfii'ttoilj fall , of S\M'ciiins lt\iu-
< ! U. CIIIIK , aie nttestuil by thousands who tfiato-
fully ii'commond It to fellowtuireiers. . No
statement l mudti ri-Kiudlm ? U th.it c-annot bu
snbatuntlatod by tha mont I0i.eaablu | and u.
liirh packet contain * onu bottle of the ItAiir
O.i i. Ulna : , oan box of CA i MIIIIM i , Soi.vu > Taml
an IMI-IIOVKII jMMi.i'K. with tieallsa anil dliec.
tlouf , and U sold by all di uggHtb for f I.U ) .
1'OTTKii DIIUO & CHMIICU.CO. . HI > < TOV.
RAINS , SPRAINS , PAINS
IIKI.IKVKII IV ONE MIMTTK by thai
nc\s' . elegant , lnstautunoti und In
falllblu Antidote to I'uln , Inllamma
tlou unrt Wcuknvtn , tint Ciiric.-uiiJi
ri.i.Ms . 'Hunr t and only puln
nHluln ) plaster. Th most fir | u Ions , the
moat uKrueublu , uud tliB mont iii-edy f ] 1 'X
ternul uasnU for the relief of I'aln and \Ve.ik
HiAt nil drugi ! . U,7fi rents ; nvK rortl.U ) :
or , postan trro , < ir I'OTTKII IJitllcj ANH CllKill
Coi , jJoston , Masn.
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
A Stntomont Mtulo By a Husband
is Confirmed By lilo WIfo.
Anil It IN or tjltat ttniuit'tnnOc to tlio
1'iitillo In GoiHTiil A Gooil
An .M. I ) .
\Vlint Is morn ploaslnn to the children , nnd. lit
fact , N not oven dl iilenMiiu to these of ninrii
mntiini > eurs. limn to * nmplo the different vailo-
tlei of randies ? A randy manufactory IK one of
tliomoit Intcrr-dliiR lndn trlei that children can
vNIt , Indeed thotoitiiMhouxniidR ofpeoplo In
this pi OKresalvo n e of niineod years who 1mvo
not uven thoxllghtcst knowledge of how cara-
iiu'N , I'li'tich iiindtoi , innr himillo\tx , butter
cups and the more common varieties which aio
so temptingly displayed In thb Miow raies and
window H of sonic of the Umiilm merchunts nto
A reporter of this paper lind occnnlon to vNIt
thu mammoth mauufattory and \\holetiiilu
nilldviilfhoilMO of Vofielo , \ Denning. No.
UN'lhlrteeiithf't. north , n few ilayn HRO. wheni
ho niHt Mr. I'red lloutuelllioHiitd : " 1 limn
been In thu buxlnesx for it loin ; time and con *
Hldor It n Rood business , 1'rlor to coming to
Omaha I lenlded In t'hlcnK" . and alwujx en-
Jojed excellent health. 1 noticed , however , at
timoi. thnttny luiiKi would trouble me. They
would seem sore , and tlicrn\\nK a KiirplliiR nolsn
there that I knew was not rlKht. 1 had ion-
tlnual tioublo with my bowels and uas nlunjM
more or le i constipated ; would surfer n Brent
deal of the. tlmo with headache , \\llh a dull pain
oxer and mound myi'jcs. 1 lind also Hliurp ,
dlioottiiK pains in my chest and back. It an
becomliiKchronic , und my wile , who wax bolnn
treated by llr.s. McCoy and Henry for n severe
trim hit * , Induced inn to acoimpaiivher to their
odlce and consult them , whU n I did. The doctor
examined me and Kavemnw > me nifcllrlmyMilc Ii
I took aidiidliiR ( olds illredlous , and 1 do not
rejsiet that 1 visited their oltlce. for my trouble.
ImsenUri'ly left me. nnd tel l y I feel better
than fm a Ions'tlmo , 1C not better than 1 e\o > -
Mil. FHRll IIOlTTWCI.r. .
"I wl h you couhl MMJ how Kintyful my wlf Is.
Seine tlmo nu-o she took a Heveie. coldwhlih
Hoemed to net no In hercyo and she beciuno totally
blind In ona eye , with an Incessant puln In 0110
of her ears. I tell yon tdie. was In constant mis
ery , and I do not see , how she Htood thu pulp as
wall asbhodld. Hh could not stand tha llKht
at all to gleam In her ejo , andtlt wascoiiHtuntly
wuterliiK- was very much luramed and thu
clear part of the eye seemed to be. eo\ered with
u'whltotllm. AftenreadliiKtho adxeitlsed tes-
tlmonliilsof well Known penpl" In tliln dtylio
were successfully tieated In this city byDis.
McCoy and llenrv , I concluded to let her con
sult them. Thu doctor utter a careful examina
tion pronounced her tumble to bu coinenlln-
llammutlon or kviatltls. Well , sir , do vou know
that thu doctor nndc'rstoniUiri easubothoioiiKhly
that In u few days the pain ceased and vision re-
tinned , and to-d.iy.shu ale Is eutliely rid of any
of this mptoms and pain. "
"Would you hae uny objections to my mak
ing use of this Interview tlnoiigh the newspa
pers asked the scribe. "
, 'No , sir ; and I don't think my wife will object
to the use. of her name , either , us she IH per
fectly satisfied with the treatment received at
the. hands of these eminent HpeclsllstH. "
Mr. lloutwull can bu found at 11W North Thir
teenth st. , at the factory of Vosclu & Dunning.
FETID NASAL CATARRH.
Us Symptoms nucl What It LemlH to
c = a Tlio MiHcrnblo Fe
Tills foim of catarrh Ii essentially a disease of
th nasal cavity proper and does not extend to
the vault of the/pharvnx. For u while u dry ca
tarrh may , and > 01 y heimently does , duvulop In
that icglon us the result of tstinctnr.il changes
within the. tissues of the muciiM memurane.
Thu symptoms mainly conslsi > ln the. accumula
tion lu the nasal ta\'lty of oUeushu musses und
crusts together with more or less of u fluid dls-
chiirKH. The nus.il cavity thus obstructed ,
bre.ithtni ; Is moi u inluss dlMU lilt.
Tlio sense of smell Is Impalicd , If not entirely
lost. Thc < especial liability to take colds on the
least uxpoiiiru exists , and the susceptibility to
ch.iiiKesot tumpLiutuni and the Intliiencuof u
damp atmosphere fie < jnently causes tldckenliiK
of thu nasal minus memlnann. As thu uvcretlon
ioeson fiom thu surfucu of the mucus mem-
biane , thu masses arc lifted from thulr bud , und
still lo.slni ; their moisture , laru-u c rusts uiu urad-
nnlly built up fiom below , which mould thorn-
selOH In Its inn i ow er poi lions In mieh a manner
that the Ml II el cr Is uuiiblu to dlslodgu them , und
they iciinilu In position for days and oven
weeks. Their odor Is oflcwdvu In tlui extrume ,
us t hn i e nlt of t his lone ret f ntlon , dnrliiK w hlch
time thu pntiefiiLtUo ( huimes ute constantly
KOlngon. Tim sutteier maybe entirely uncoil-
beloiis of thu ou > iftUohieutli ) , but others readily
nolle ( i It and ende.iver to shun the companion-
blllll Of HULll pel Mills.
'I his affection Is tiMiully classed nmcini ; the In-
ttactable , unil ottontimes Immablu , dA > t.'at es ,
but It Is tie.iled MieiM-ssfiilly and Is nulto amenable -
able to treatment If thu liiitnii tlon and treatment -
mont is muled out fuithlully. and thu pliysl-
iUu thoiciiiKiily nndeistands his business. It
must beiomededth.it u specialist payliiK par
ticular attention to cutanh undlnmt troubles
Isteitaluly belter cinnlllled to treat \lth sue-
cess all nm.li cases , becuiibe hu Is thoroughly
posted on all the model n uppllani.es In medltul
scluncc' . _ _ _ _ _
ANOTIIKri WKITTION TKHTIMONIAIj
The Ri'sult of n Kolontlllo CuurHO of
Painted Hock , M. T. , Dec. 1 , ltt 7.-Irs. McCoy
nndHenry-Uuntlemun : If yon will refer to
your casu book you will llnd my name recorded.
1 visited your ollleo somu tlmu lust AiiKUst , Biif-
ferlnt ; from aory bud casu of cutairh ; my
thiout was so sere und Inllamod that It was with
treat dllllculty I could swallow at all ; my head
wan uUo Hchlnu mu und I was ax mlscrubluax
any iieiKon could bu. 1 had spent ne.uJy all my
hnsb.ind's c-.irnlnpa trying tobu turud , but it
was Just that much money thrown nwuy , us I
obtained no relief and was , I believe , worsu
nom their treatment. 1 think the medlrlmi thu
doctors KUVO mu and the pattnt pieiiaiallons t
took helped to luitato uml inuku the dlseuso
l" us advised to visit your olllco for consulta
tion , und sen what you roulildoforme. I was
tlion living at ac r < d Hoiut , Minn. 1 did us 1
wus told to do , und It wus madu u happy visit
for mo. 1 only took your medlt Inn about three
months , und tno result wus uslonlshltn ? to my-
sulf unda surprlsu to my Irlcnds and iicqmiln-
tnncis , nhothunuht 1 would no > ergot well. I
am happy to say that my tlrst ami only visit to
yourollice was the most Hatlsfuctoiy visit I uier
lemumber of muklug , and thu mudlctno yon
gave me has performed Its woik well and has
done a wonderful thing for mo.
J also wl u lo ruluinto you my uratuful tha ks
for the successful manner in which > ou Ircatud
me for my dUeaso. Huspccmd. . , .
( ) NJ.UJj )
1'ulutcd Uock , Mcaghpr county , il.T.
J , GRESAP McCOY ,
Laic of Belleviic Hospital , Kew York ,
Dr. Columbus Henry
( Lute of University of Pennaylvunlu )
No.niOnndail IN IIAMOU lllJII.DINd ,
' . . Omuliu. Nab.
Coiner l-'lttuenth and llarney.sts. , ,
wlu-ru all turublu cuses ave truutud
with sue read.
Medical diseases trcul d skillfully. > > nsumii-
tlon , llrluht.'Hdlae.usu , DysiK pslw , Illieiiiiiutlum ,
und all NUKVOUU ni.SIJASII.S , All dl".1 ; ; " ' ; ' } A10 :
ciillar to thu BCXCS u specialty. C'AIAKIUI
CONHIM.TATION ut nlnco or by mall , 41.
citlcu ) hours- to | | a. in. , to \ p. in , , 7 to 8 p.
in. . .Sundays Included.
CorruHpundencu I revives prompt utumtlon.
.Many ( lsei | | ft uro treated Hticcvssfnliy by
I > rs , Mi Coy und llmny through the mulls , and
It U Unix iMiiwIUlo ( orthasn imablv to mai.ua
jcuiincy to obtain buu-esuf ill hospital treatment
ut their lioniuH , , , .
No lettei-s un < wored unlBO * ucannVanled by
letters to Ir . MrCoy and Henry ,
H ( > .inuJlCl and tfll Itumgv building ,
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