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; , HEPREUMINARV EXAMINATION.
I3utLIttleow Evidence Adiluced a
: . . to the Killing oF Mrs.
Jiowartl-Mtory . of
Mr. . flowftrd'a $ Inyer Ifeki.
ho police msglstrste ha , indorsed the de.
$ stoaofths coroner's * ry , arni Frank B.
lArsti , the ilayer of ? sfr. Howard , bus been
teaanded b.ck Into custody without btII to
answer before the dltrlct court to the charge
r murder hi the first degree. The preilmi.
mary ezarnlnstton was held before Judge
Berka'yosterday afternoon and lasted four
onrs sad R half. Tb. usual crowd of curl-
, ui pectathrs fi111 the court room while a
Ittli larger multitude stood on thu outilde
xiyylngthoso who had been early enough to
Jocure standing room.
flytn was brought in at I o'clock and ap.
peered to have recovered from his recent
tiel-foni attack , but despite the unugual self-
control ho exercises over himself , marks of
. . Sxcltomentvere PlllY visible on his count -
t n&nce. During the greato- part of th , trial
be sat with his left hand over his face , and
4h. visible tremor of his fingers showed the
I tcntty of the nervous strain upon him.
Attorneys Simerat and thinnon ap-
Voared for the state and Attorney
) iradley for the defense. The testimony
produced yaa In tim main a repetition of that
brought out by tiLe COroflCrtB Investigation ,
but the utmost silence prevailed and the cbs.
Ost attention was given throughout the entire
trIal , When Mrs. Scott , the aged mothei of
the stain woman , took her plaet upon the
tnnd she first turned and gave Ryan such a
epronchful and witherIng look thut brought
the color to lila already florid face and caused
him to niove uneasily In his chair. For the
first few moments the tostlemny of Mrs.
Scott was lnteruiingled with sdb and blind-
lug tears. 11cr evidence was the most dani.
aging Produced. About three or four days
before the fatal triigndy abe overheard a
'inurrol between Ryan and Mrs. Howard.
Iio Icsrd Ryan say :
"Helen , ore you going back with Dick [ her
. Iy5 , she said , "I
"a- - you , " said Ryan , "If you do
rou go back a corpse. "
She aga1n said that site intodod going back
to him when Ryan , draving his revolver ,
laid : "b- - you , I can ntal. you come
with me. "
'rho door waa open and Mrs. Scott saw the
CIOII. It was on account ofthis that Mrs.
Scott ordered flynn to leave before ' lila
nionth had expired. She also tOhI Helen to
order hliii to leave. Two or three days before -
fore this event Mrs. Scott land heard Ilyan
: ho would iut a bullet through anybody
that came between him and Mrs. Howard ,
She did not know the true character of the
man until about two weeks before the shootIng -
Ing , and took her daughter severely to task
forhavinganything to do with him. One
tiny while thus chiding her Ryan hid behind
a dresser listening to the conversation ,
No new facts were elicited by the testi.
tnonv of Hoary Doty , Joe Illackwell , Leon-
aid Laux , Thomas Uoss , Herman Hector , 1 ? .
J. howard , the husband of tim deceased , Ida
Sznlthborg and WI1II&Scott.
Mr. Wlggsworth , the stop-father of the unfortunate -
fortunate Mrs. Howard , testified that the
first Intimation lie had offlvan's attentions to
bi daughter was three or four weeks ago on
Fifteenth street , when Ryan was following
her and alto 'iaS hurrying to get out of his
Way. Ho saw Rynn'foliow hr clear to his
; home at 410 north Sixteenth street. Still
later Ryan talked to him about the whole
J lamiIy going toCalitoriiia and Ryan acconi-
panying them as a companion. ' F1rom this
; time on the witneM regarded Ryan as a bad
vial , .
Miss M. L , Martin , ndresainnkerat3O5
North Fifteenth street , testified to
seeing il.van follow Mrs. Howard
a number of times , nail that Mrs. Howard by
, wurd and manner showed a wish to avoid
; him. A time or two Mrs. Howard had
sought refuge In witness' house and waited
for Ryan to go away beroro she would yen-
rt tare forth.
Mra. Cussinger , who lives on Thirteenth
nod Leavenworth streets , testified that twe
weeks ago she started with Mrs. Howard t
go to the Musco ; that on the way there Ryan
overtook them. He asked her where she wa
going and she replied that it was none of hl
business. Ho theit said ho guoaacd ho would
t - o along. Ha walked with them quito s
ways but Mra. Howard would pay no attea
thu to him. Finally she told him ho' had
gone far enough an(1 if hO was a gentlemar
lie would not thus force his company ot
them. Ho thou asked them , "Wilt you hiav
. a driuki" but she refused. They vent lnt
'tile line restaurant to gut away from ldm
but lie stood around until timy caine out un
again followed thorn. -
Dr.Veber tostilled that on one occasior
ho happened to go into the room where Ryar
und Mrs. howard were sitting and shortl
afterward Ryan came out and curiax
, tlio doctor for interfering wIth a "little gam
be was ilayIiig , " The evening of the fata
culmination , Willie came into his room ant
looked out of thfwindow at Ryan , ho sh
said had JUst gone down 4tairs with his re
V.'lvcr ' after Mrs. howard.
John . Booth , Ryan's room mate , was tlii
fIrst witness oii the aide of the defense. H
had known Ryan sinoc boyhood. Ho kncv
that Mrs. Howard complained to her motlei
f Ryan's attentions , but this was a put-ui
lob to throw her oft the track. Had seei
Mrs. Howard come into Ryan's room , sit oi
ills lap aittl kiss hiiii. lie had heard thou
rake nrrangouneits ; a tinuo or two to meet ii
luorooms. Ryan did not conic up after Iii :
, , Pevolver on the night of the shooting. Hi
hail it already in his hip pocket. One nigh
he huiiil heard that ibis-nra had threatened U
hattie Ryan , and at Mrs. hlownrtl's sohicita
ci tion ho had accounpanicd bier to the Uuuior
Pacilbo shops to warn him. The witness hut
caught Mrs. Howard PUtting notes for Uyau
under the door on several occasions.
John Sandorson , the saloon keeper at 801
; Zortlu Sixteenth street , tostitled that be hun
ecn l'auu with a lady in hula winerooun I
; utuber of thnes.
'l'huo defendant was the last vitness PU
IIIOIi the stand. Ho saud that ho had maul
an appointment to moot her at Sunderson'
snoon.on ! tue fatal evening. hind been titer
with her a number of times. She fulled I
appear , and going dowut the street lie ovet
tonIc her. She had expbaineti as a rensoui 10
non.njtearance that iersouus vero watchuin
her. She suggested going hi the Merehinuut'
xchuungo utnul they did so after site bought
guitarstrng. lie sat.in her hap caressiut
her. They were talking uuiccly and nothuiut
g out. of the way ciuno up between them. Sit
tutldeuuIy lucurd a voice outside and alto suit
" 1 believe Dick is couiing. " lie assured he
. ' that If she kept still ho would never thiuuk c
: i conuiug Into the vine room. lie haul his huca
on her shuouideu whien hue found hiunsel
: slipping , iund lila fir-st impulse was to luuull hi
J , revolver and lay it on the table , uuud s'huI
doing so it was exiuloded. Witness uiexi tot
tilled about a vrovosctl ' oloponter
that he nuid Mrs. Howard liii
intulo complete arrangements for. Hi' al.
S confessed to Illicit rolatiounu existiughotwoc
them. lie said it was his intention to marr
tier as sooti as she got a divorce from hue
husband. bier complaints to her motlic
Wore all a blind.
Cross Exusmincd by Siunerat--Thoro was n
milT letwocn us the day before the shtootiti
: . tluut uuuiouuuted to anything. 1 have not becut I
. the lunbit of followinur bier. 1 expected I
mi'et her at Davenport to elope. I told M
howard not to be jealous of us ; I did liii. I
put hint otT his guard ,
After a few questions by tIm court as I
thu exact conversation betweeui the two jut
before the shooting , the cuso was subnuittr
'without urguuuicuit by the opposing attorne
, . Thu judge , in giviug hits tiecisuon , said thu
while the state hind nut stiown the manner I
vhuichi slic was shot , still they lund clt'arl
shown the most pniunineuit thing In cot
yiction-iuuilicti aforuthuought and vremcd
tatioui. It looked as though Ryan was cutrr
tug out his threat , If 'ho had hot uuiurdcr
her , he was at any rate an offender again
the luiw , na his hiatt been carrying conecaic
Svcuupons , was guilty of unlultery nuuti we
as uunkiug in-eparatlous to commit bIguuuiu
C thought the case needed a fuller invest
gation and ho would therefore bind U
prisoner over without bonds to answer to ti
Iburgu of murderLn , the first degroc.
WDThTh IN COCIIT.
New York Fine Worker. FAll to Get
. . flels lay.
Naw YoaxMarch 6-.Speeint Telegratnto
the Bre.-The ] general ter. of the supreme
sourt jtt bsnd.d down a decislsin reversing
the judgment of$5,000 reooverodby Cary and
Welhs against the Western Union telegraph
compauly. The suit has features which are
both novel and interesting. The plaintiffs
were employed by the Western Union corn-
pany to use their intluende In securing the
passage of a law by the IegIiature relieving
the company from certalntaxationclalmed to
be Inequitable and unjust. Cary and Wells
undertook the work and were successful in
having the legislation enacted. Under the
law of 1880 the Western Union company
were lialulo for taxes amoun'ttng to $140,000
per annum. Judgments for that amount
were secured against the company by the
city. Cary antI Wells used their iuufluonco in
prpcutng a repeal of the law. For their
services they charged the company $ .I,000.
The company thought the charge exorbitant ,
and refused to , ay. The plaintiffs declined
to reduce the bill , and brought suit for the
amount charged. The compuiny was willing
to ahlov&,00 or$50 a daybutthe plaintiftswero
unwilling to accept. The suit was referred
to Stephen It. Nash as referee. Ho found
for the plaiiitlffs and awarded the full amount
of the claim , interests and costs. The de-
fendents appealed to the general term , set-
tlnguiu the defense made before the referee ,
viz : thuat the plaintiffs' agreement to use their
Influence with the members of the legislature -
ture was against Public policy and void in
law. 3udg Van Brunt wz'ote tlio opinion of
the general toi-m , reversing the judgment of
Referee Nash. ma very scathing document
ho says the contract Is similar to that of a
gambler who accepts a note from a victim on
the winnthgs and brings suit. to collect ; that
the very weapon thie plaintiffs used to deprive
the state of ft.e revenues by soliciting assistance -
ance of members of the legislature , was
turned agaihat thorn by the defendants , and
that the whole contract is void in law as
a'galnst Public iohic3 and Public morality.
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The Cattle Plague.
Naw Bnswzcu , N. J. , Marcit 6.-Owing
to the pleuro pneumonia which has again
broken out among the cattle in Middlesex
county , thirty.two head were killed yesterday -
day near South AIflbOy. Other herds are af
fected and will have to.bo slaughtered.
An Emeuto in Itoumolla.
LoNDoN , March 0.-Advices received hero
state that an omeute occurred in eastern Rou
india and that forty officers had been arrested -
rested on the charge of high treason.
Articles of Incorporation.
Tue hank of Valley filed articles of incor-
partition with the county clerk yesterday.
The principal place of business will be
Valley , Douglas county , and the general
nature of the business of the corporation
will be a repository for savings , anti the discounting -
counting of paper and thin loaning of money.
The authorized capital is O,000 , divided into
the 304) shares of $100 cccli , and the incorporu-
thra are C. E. Mayne , John Hobbs , John
Hiloy , J. G. Whlttlugiiaun and Alexander
Luther 8. Cusblng.
Mr. Luther S. Cushingis agalnin the
city in the Interest of the trustees and
individuals whose funds ho has so
largely placed in Omaha and Kansas
City inortgnges , he having negotiated
in the past year some of the largest
loans in these cities. lie is always tic-
sirous of receiving good applications
while here , and may be found at 485
Licensed to Watt.
The tohlowlng marriage licenses were
issued yesterday by Judge Shiiekti :
Name and.Residence Age.
I John IL Evans , Buruside , Dak. . . . . . . . . . 25
1 Corn M. Everett , Omaha. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
I Ethvard U. l3cnschu , Lansing , In. . . . . . . 23
Callie Carroll , Lansing , ra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Ever.vthing which belongs to pure ,
healthy blood is imparted by hood's
Sn rsnparilln. A trial vill eon Vince you
of its merits.
Parties owning valuable dogs should
take out their license before next Sat-
twdav , the time ni'eicribed by the chief
of polico. After that day a few of the
countless swarms of sortliless curs that
infest the city stand a good chance of
reaching the bottom of the Missouri.
Sickness comes uninvited , and strong
u 111011 and women are forced to employ
. moans to restore their health and
strength. The most successful of all
known remedies for weakness , the on-
gin of all disease is Dr. J. H. McLonui's
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
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Instructions vore received from
Washington yesterday by Chief
Clerk Griffin ot the railway mail ser-
r vjecto establish at once the servl c of time
Kansas City & Omaha railroad betss'ccn
3 MeCook Juimetion and Albiut. W.
Gillespio , of Superior , vill be the clerk.
A Reprieve Ibriho Condemned.
Wretched men and women long con-
3 demned to suiTor the tortures of dyspop-
S sin , are filled with now Imopes after a
k' few doses of ilostotter's Stomach Bit-
r tore. This budding hope blossonis into
: the fruition of certainty , if the Bitters
persisted in. It brings a reprieve to
I all dyspeptics svlmo seek its aid. F'latu-
t lonee , hicutrtburu , sluicing at the pit of
S time stomach between meals , the imar-
vous trainers and insomnia. of which
t chronic indigestion is the pitront , disan- .
with their hateful progenitor.
Most beneficent of stoinachiesl who can
wonder that in so mamly instances It
awakens grateful eloquence In those
who , benotitted by it , speak voluntarily
in its behalf. It requires a graphic iioui
I to tiosei'ilie the torments of dyspepsiut ,
Li btmt in uuiutny testimonial roecived by the
t lroPr'iutors of the Bitters , timeso are
U pOt'tt'i13'Od with vivid truthfulness. ConS -
S sti juttion , biliousness , muscular debility ,
0 mnmulmu'ial fever , and rheum'ttlsm ' are ro-
0 hievad it.
by _ _ _ _
V Bunted to Ieath.
g Ont. , March 6.-John Dalcy' .
S dwelling burned early this mnorniuig and huh
vifo and two ciuihlren perished. '
it Its superior exeehience proven in millions o
'U houuies for uuiore than a quumrtr of a ceutury. I
5 15 tiu.ett by the t'ntiudS1ates ( movtniluient. En
tiorsud b the hiels of the ( heal Untversiti , ' a
. the Striuigeu.t , I'urest and Most ilenlthuful. lr
' Irices ( 'rcani liaking Powder iloes not ontahu
10 4tmunlouuIa. l.tuuIr or Aluni. SoUl only in cans.
10 I'IIiCK IJAK1NU IOW1)iiL CO.
NeW York , Chicago . . ut. Lout
1NCALLS CROWS ELOQUENT.
fin Reply o Vent's Speech sn the
THE EXECUTIVE SESSION RULE.
13111 ! ntodu ed In the house tss Pie-
Vent the Use of Likenesses For
4 greselonaL Doing. .
WAswncoTomt , March 6.-The rule as to
cxecutlvo sessions was modifled so as to read :
"When a treaty shall bo laid before the senate -
ate for ratification it shall be read the first
time ; and no motion shall be in order except
to refer to a committee to print in confidence
for the use of the senate , to remove the
injunction of secrecy , or to consider it La open
executive soulon. "
The senate then resumed consideration of
the pension bill , the question being on Mr.
Wilson's amendment. .Aftor a brief debate ,
.Mr. Sherman , referring to Mr. Book's speech
of last week , had read a parngraph in which
ho ( Sherman ) had been severely. criticized
for his connection with silver denionetization.
He would not , huavo regarded worthy of
notice , because the senator from Kentucky
had beeui.under excitement , bUr that he had
used the word "secretly"-that . it was
done under cover-that ho ( Sherman )
was responsible. He proceeded to show how
the principle of the law bad been reported in
the bill thrcoyoars before It went into effect ;
how it had been discussed , etc. He wanted
to know why such a matter had been lugged
into a debate with which tt had nothing to do.
Mr. Beck assorted ho % yould to-morrow
prove all his stntuments.
Mr. Ingalls tuaving called Platte tu the chain
proceeded to address the senate , the galleries
being crowded to their full capac1t. Ho
haul been surprised one day last week on
returning to the chamber after a 6nicf
absence to learn that the senator from
Missouri ( Vest ) had referred to him in terms
not complimentary , and bind coupled with
personal remarks an intimation that
the people of Columbia were incapable
of disinterested patriotism , and that the
veterans of the republic were a
itiob of sordid plunderers. As to
himself , hue would say that the
nomination and election of Grover Cleveland
had made time pretentious of nay American
citizen to the presidency respectable. There
was no nina in this country whose iguiorancc
was so profound , whose obscurity so impen.
etrablewhoso antecedents weroso degraded ,
that ho hind not the right to aspire to the
presidential nomination by the democratic
party. He regretted that the senator from
MissourI was not in his seat to-day. He
should imitate that soantor's bad exampbo
and would confine himself , so far as he was
concerned , to that senator's biography . That
senator was born in a state that had not
the confederate congress a state which had
not seceded-Missouri. The senstot' from
Kentucky ( Mr. Blackburn ) had also referred
sneeringly to auporboyalty of the soldiers of
the union. It was curious that the confeder
ntes from union states wore a
little more pronouuicod , aggressive and
a little inane violent in their
denunciation of the north than the confederates -
ates from states that had seceded. lie did
not know where the senator from Missouri
got the figures from which he stated but
S,00 ( ) of Loe's army had surrendered at Appo.
niattox. But one parallel waste be found to
thic extraordinary innccuracy of' that state-
uncut and that was tim stumo senator's assertion -
tion that of 9,503,000 soldiers of the union
army more than half had applied for pen-
slons. Such speeches as these of the senators
from Missouri auidKentucky were intended
to catch the confederate vote , anti they
would catch it. Ho wanted the senators on
the democratic side to understand that this
disguise for oiiosiuig ) pension bills was cx-
ceedingly thin ; that nobody was decciycd by
it. The south did not love the union army ,
neither did the democratic party.
Mr. Morgan reminded Ingalls that the
democratic party had nominated and sus-
tamed a federal officer , General Hancock , for
"Yes , " stud lugalls , "it did support Han-
cocic , aunt it also supported Horace Greely-
attempting to fool the north. It nlso nouulu-
ated and supported that other aliyof the con.
federucy , George B. McClclian. Such pre-
teutiona nro altogether too diaphanous. Why
was it that when an associate justice of the
supreme court of the United Statss , who , by
onu of the strange caprices of history , now
sat in judgment upon timoso great constitutional -
tional amendments adopted against his Pro.
tests and efforts , why was it when hue arose
in the senate and said he would resent as a 1cr-
sonal affront nuuy imputation upon the honor ,
integrity or patriotism of Jefferson Davis ,
when ho said he had no doubtJefferson Davis
would OcCUpY a niche in history by the aide of
George Wasoington , why -was it no senator
on the democratic side , northor south , arose
to repudiate and disavow iti And
yet time moment any senator on
the republican side , or any
editor of nay northern paper talked about the
Union army , they wore taunted with waving
the ensanguined undergarment , raking up
the ashes of sectional strife , appealing to
Partisan hatred and malice. It was time the
couifoderates on the other side of the house
vcro informed that northern people were not
ill-advised about the matter. " Ingahls no-
ferred to tIm unveiling of 11111's statue In
Georgia in 188(1 ( , and the speeches of Grady
&iuid Joffersoui Davis thereat. Ho spoke of
the same orator having gouto to New York
and Now England soon after making speeches
there , Pouring out his cold cream and honey
antI maple syrup all ov r the north. "
" \Vhicn , " ho asked , "was that orator sin-
corel" Coming bach to the opposition of
southern actuators to pension bills ho said he
did not blame thenr for it. If the federal
government had been overthrown lie
did not believe hie would have felt
comforted in voting iensions to confederate -
federate soldiers. But hue woTuld have no-
gnrdcd it as time climax of elTrouittmry , If , after
he laid accepted a pardon , uuutul loud humid lila
disabilities removed and had taken thu oath
of allegiance to tluo succesaftil southern confederacy -
federacy , lie lund denouzired , day tutor tiny ,
tue efforLs wluichu those confcdcr-.ites mumado to
reward their own soldiers , and if ho hargl2d
t about the Price which thu conquering country
should have seen lit to bestow on the muon
t whose arms it had conquered. He did not
think the north was at all deluded -by the
liretentions of the senators on the ether side.
It wns.a little singular that ii ; all the years
whiiehi had elapsed since the war there bad
never coumie from any states that had been in
rebelLion ( so far as lie know ) n union soldier
as a representative in , , either brunch of
congress , elected by democratic votes.
When he looked over the rolls of the senate
anti reflected how few vhmo hind served iii the
union army were found in the councils of the
nation , ho was not surprised at
witnessing such demonstrations as
wore witnessed when the insion bills
\s'ere Up for action. The south should Ito
thankful it did not have to foot the entire
ieuisioa bill , as Fraflco did after the France-
Russian var. AntI yet here , said he , we
have the jailers and nmurddrcrs of Anderson-
villa , flelleislo and Libby vrison sitting
under the hag they attempted to pull dowum ,
legislating for tile country they endeavored
to destroy nail trying to Piuieli and belittle iirid
minimize the amounts to be Paid umiutilated
and disabled surwlvirs of time tinny of thio
minion. Thu senator from Missouri hind
itsiced , In a burst of Indignation , where till
this was going to endi I ivlil tell hiuui , saId
1ngahI , and evefy senator on that side of the
chamber , whether ho likes it or not , what
wo intend to do. It Is going to stop when
the arrears of pensions are paidwheui
limitation is removed and every sohu\icr \ out
the cells. or who gets on the rolls , is paid
froun hue day of his disability , or in easum ofa
survivor , front the date of thosoldier's death.
and when every surviving soldier of the
t union army is [ iumt Upon time rolls for. service
ouiythat lswhon It is goitigtostop , and if you
don't like it , rnakufthe bestofit. After cub.
glzing the grand arniy , Inguhls said in con-
elusion : We iroposu to pass the bill. Imuitat.
lag the language used on time oUter side of
- . tim chanibcr , 1 hope it vili pass the other
S house of oagrcss , and if it does , ' Let the
- " . . - it ISTAt ' EAST . '
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. . : t An End and Does Any One Regret It ?
Wo cail tithtllfttIIy ay we do not , a. our stock of wintermatoria has about exlianeted , and itow ViUi our itow style9 inspring iiiatelias ! arrii' . . .
jug so rapidly by incoming expreu , that we must have room. hr ANY MAN can use heavy weij1t goods he can procure thorn .
14 AT HIS OWN PRICE FROM US . . . '
We shall henceforth , untit another blizzard sen.on next yoar,1hiake it appearance , be , happy to spoitd our titito Ill furnishing bettor good for lees
. money thait we ever exerted oursolvoo in offering. We can 110W 8ltow in ho choicest spring styles tu
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6.35 " .6 55.00
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7.40 Whiicli was made to ordoL- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.00
' 9.20 " ' " 18.00
12.80 ' - - 'I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.00
14.60 " " 28.50
17.80 " - "
20.10 " ' 4 40,00
" .htk ) " Lu 45 ( )
20,70 " - " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-500
from Virginia had stated that all time colored
lcoplo who used to vote the republican ticket
now voted the democratic ticket. Was that
the reason the democratic mnaority in Virginia -
ginia had fallen off from 50,000 to nothing ,
and that the denmocrats had only one or two
members in the house from Virginiu , while
therepuiulleans had six or sOvoiii If the
democratic Party had ever contributed anything -
thing to the cintuncipation of the colored
PeoPle it was on the itrincipbo of a kicking
gun killing the things behind it instead of
what it. shot at.
Mr. I3outelbo said time gentleman from Vir-
ginla hind goute out or the course of his remarks -
marks in order to cast a reflection upon the
sincerity and oarnostuicss of Abrahimm Un-
cola in time iterforunumnco of thuo most Important -
ant net of his life. When ho ( Boutello ) suggested -
gested that the gouitiernan was not so
situated as to ho vcli informed on the Ioint
the gentleman had been very much excited
and talked about bravery and cowardice. It
required a very ieculiar kind of bravery in
ally oman to stand up before the American
people and attempt to pluck from thio brow of
the martym-ed Lincoln so much as one single
withered laurel leaf , placed there by coumnion
consent of the civilized world.
After further debate of a political nature ,
the minority resolution declaring McDuffie
entitled to the seat was rejected-yeas , 122 ;
nays , 144-and the majority resolution , do-
during the sitting member entitled to his
seat , adopted without division. The house
Rank , Rotten , Reeking.
Naw YORK , March 6.-Speclal [ Telegram
to the Bumx.l-Sardou's "La Tosca , " which
Fanny Davenport produced the othuer even.
lag , maceta the general condemnation of critics
and theater-goons for its coarse sensuality
and repulsiveness. Speculation to-day is
rife whether Anthony Comnstock vii1 not
speedily move to abate it. The prevailing
sentiment is otto of wonder that oven Paris
could tolerate it. It is the talk of tlio town ,
but the talk everywhere is time reverse of
compliluientary. Time World iuiterviewed
many loading citizens who attended the first
Perforuliaflees and the verdict was IracticahlY
unanimous. Colonel Ingersoll alone was
charitable enough to say lie "hoped it
wouldn't do anybody any harm. " Oumo jour-
nahist proclaims It "rank , rotten , reekluug. "
It is expected that few ladies vili go to see it
Fatal Wreck on the Santa Fe.
TRINIIAI ) , Cob. , March 6.-Spccial [ Tel&
grain to the Bss.-A fatal accident occurred
at 4 o'clock this morning at Holhune , a station
eight nilles cast of lucre , by thue wrecking of
the west-bound Atlantic amid Pacific express
on the Sante Fe m-ailway , in which Leroy
Mote , a bi-aiccuuman , lost his life audi one or
two othuers were badly bruised. The traiti
was runnluig at a Iuigh rate of uqiecti when
the rear car in which Mote was riding , was
derailed. 111,0 , unfoi'tunuto man was thuiown
into the corner of tue ear , mu heavy sthvc fall-
ng upon his head , cu-ushuiuig it into a jolly.
The cur was badly datuuagtud ' The remains
were tumltemi to La Junta , whtero lie hiuu it vifo
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itttoniltc(1 Hammk Robbery.
PIrTSCURO , Mardi tL-.Tho Chroniclo-Tolo
graph sPecIal from Bradford , Pam. , says a
desperate attempt was made to rob the Bradford -
ford National bank shortly before noon
to-day. At that time there was no cue in the
bank but the cashier , Harvey Tomilson ,
Hearing a noise , he turned and discovered ii
young man behind time counter , just as the
latter grabbed a large bundle of bank notes.
Tomllsoum sejzed the robber , nuiti in the strug.
gb vluich emisued the thuiof shot Touuiilson
fatally. lie then took time money anti started
out , but thoreport of the Itlstol lund arcady
attracted a crowd , andtlterobbcr , seeing that
escape was iniposalbie , shot luinischf iii the
beau , fatally injuring himself.
Suicide ii1 a flanker.
CINCINNATI , March 6.-Herman Abbee ,
aged tventy.sven , junior partner of E. H.
Abbee cc Co. , wealthy bankers of lirememi ,
Gcrnmnny was found dead imi his room this
iuiorniuug , lowing shot itimnsoif in the mouth
with a revolver. lie hind been in America
about ii year. In SL Paul , Imiiumn.hio fcii in
lovo-mvjtli a Mrs. Pattison-wiuosu husband Is
hiving. , A divorce was applied , for umutl
denIed. 'it is thought this fact. yausetl ( hue
suicide. . .
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Pirrsnmnm , March O.-A freight train ran
into the rear of miii empty acconumnodntmon
train near-Johnstown , l'a , on the Ponasyl-
vania 'rqnd early this morning and both'
trainswcre wrecked. Thu conduotor was
killed amid two others fatally injuoL
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AT FOR --I
I 1.80 II
I 8.20 di . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L00.
I 5.65 mu . .d. 31.50
17.20 ud . 34.00
. 10.80 " 'I . 40.00
2.5.60 ud 5L00
80.40 I 60.00
83.60 " 'I 07.00
36.70 " 'I 7450
We can show the greatest bargains in medium and light weight
. OVERCOATS - . . - - .
That was ever bought with man's hard earned dollars. - - .
AT - FOR
8.20 WhIch was mnitde to order. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.00
10.70 " ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.00 . .
11.65 ' du 22.00
13.45 " " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26.50
0 15.85 " It 80.00
" - - d ,
18.70 3750 I
. - " du 42.50
2.70 di 50.00
And iiany others as equally large a buraiii n proporhohi. We shall endeavor to make the grandest effort of our existence in Omaha during the
year of 1888 , to show in Gent'B lui-ui1tings the miiot complete ever shown , we3t of Now York city and at prices which will always bring people to
THE MISFIT PARLORS
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N. B.-.Orders by mail receive prompt and careful attention , when addressed
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president veto it nUns peril. [ Very general
applause on theiloor and in the gallcrios.
Blackburn replied at length. When the
senator from Kaasdsundertook to speakof
the chief executive of the country in the
terms lie had soon fit to employ , and which
were deliberately lireparod , he ( Ingalls )
certainly eduld not take Issue with him
( llhutckburn ) if h concluded it was not
entitled to resimonso or reply in a iiresoumco so
august and distInguished as time senate of
the Umilted States. lie was not hero to defend -
fend the president from such unwarranted
attacks. Ho knew but one sin which time
lmresidont had committed in time eyes of the
senator from Kansas. It was that of having
defeated the senator's Party at the
polls. He hiatt given time American
1)001)10 for three years past so
efficient , so honest , so china-
hanued an admiumistrathon as to doomui the last
republican aspirations to disaster The sea-
ator from Kansas , in his iuitemnperntc zeal ,
had not spared the sanctity of time grave.
lIe hind dragged up for abuse amid vilification
such men as bind furaishmed with thom uum-
blemnished swords the brightest pages of
Amneriemun history. McClellan and hancock
were to be denounced in the senate as aihies
of time confedaratos. Would it not have been
in bettor taste , ( it would bimwe been at least
moore cm-edible to time courage and candor of
the senator ) if he had made such a charge
before both these men were buried ,
r Ingahis-I din , often. [ Applause. ]
hllackburn-Thien so muchi the worse for
the senator front Kaasaa. What warrant or
ground had lie for that except that they
were both different from himself , at least iii
political faith , if not in mamiy other regards
I3lackburn then devoted sonue time to hunting -
ing down in a bantering nmnunor Imigails' milItary -
Itary record. lie was , he said , fudge advocate -
cate of ( hue icuuisna volunteers. While Gen.
oral Black was bleeding emu the Kansas Iron-
tier , while McCiollanwas commanding the
army , Vhlio Hancock was weitoring in his
blood on the cometary heights at Gettysburg ,
time senator froum Kamisas , always behind the
roarof the nrniy , was prosecuting lcaiisas
jayhiawkcrs for rifling hen roosts. Now ,
what are you to think of the argumnent of a
senator riio vlii leave his seat as lresidbng
officer and cotime to thin Ilooras an illustration
of Imrtisamm zeal whimch.I have never seen
equaled , attacking all decent people froumi the
itresiulcuit of time United States down , civilian
as rchl us military umien , and hettimigno object
escape the vommomn of imis tongue. I have uievcr
opposed pcnsiomiimmg disabled soldiers mmimd I
do not know the confederate vluo has.
hiluichuburn then procedcd to refute the as-
sci'tmomu that tile southern states lund never
sept union soldiers to congress. He con-
chided : Party man as I ama , partisan as I
confess myself to be , I aincem-elytrust. I nmay
never fund my term of public service pro.
longed to the day when , without warramut I
vill turn deliberately to traduce amid abuse
time dead , who , s'luile hivung , were hudmmurcti
by all honorable inca. ( Loud apllauso. )
Adjourned , _ _ _
\VAsnmoToN , March (1.-TIme ( aplOintflicnt
of Mason , of Illinois , upon the committee on
claims , was announced
Mr. Thomas , of Illinois , introduced mm bill
prohibiting the Using of likenesses of females
for ailvortisimmg nmrposes , without their con-
son In writing.1 Referred.
Consideration of tim Alabama contested
election case of,1McDuilie against DavIdson
was then rcsuncd.
Peru-eli , o ! Virgimila , supported time majority
report. Ho niiIuied what ho called the
ciaiiius of the epubUcaum Party that the negro
vote of the south Wims invariably cast for the
nominees of that party.That bind been true
in the years gdmmo by , but It was nQt miaw.
The negroes were 'now learning v1m their
friends were. 'homnan of tiestlmmy vlio laid
arisen Iii iS& , hmad taken Into his big
nutiomial imeart nil. sectioums amid dxtcmmdeii
Imis Protection over time north anti south , over
% 'hitc and colom ed , without discrimnination.
The republican iiart of the south' tried to
hold the negroes thm'eughi their .ciiurchmes amid
socicties-thirougim a system of Imitimnlda'.momm
and bulldozing. Time colored maca of the
sotrtii wore as ubject slaves to the lireaciucra
is they hind been the day whemi Lincoln with
hesitating lmammd signed time emmmneipatiemi
iroelamutioui.It was time timmut. the
doniocratbo Iiarty houiti uike a stood amid
sustain and ttutport ( ( lie colored men in their
niglmt to vote as they llease. , ,
Mr. Kerr imiluiret viiere ( hilt gcmmticuutn
burned that Lincoln hail signed time emmunci-
liation proclamatioi with iicsatiomi.
Mr. O'Ferrcil iii reily referred to time
paintimig of the sigmibn ; of the proclamation
hanging on the wails of ( ho t'hmanmber.
Mr. Boutelie , of Maine , said time gentleman
froni.Virglaia ivas unfortummately situated to
kutow the history of his country at ( list ( lame.
Mn , O'Ferruhi objected to the remarks
as cowardly. .
Mr.Houk of Tennessee1 said the gentiemnin
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AT ' - - FOR
I 2.75 Whlc'h was made to order . . . . . . . , . . . . , . . . . . . , $ 5.50 -
3,50 dl t , . . . . . . . . . . . . ' 7.00
11.00 . mm -
5.75 ii dl . 11.50 _ i
6.20 - dl -
6.90 4 $ , laus
7 .60 . It . . . 15.00 - _
8.10 - ' - di ' tfl.ii' ' -
9.80 , ' I.
- . 18.50 '
10.20 it . 20,00
10.75 . dl ,
11.20 dl . .
\c-LA : ' I Kirk's
Lflsik\1 \ - White
: L r 4 ; ! /N . Cloud .
' 1 1 Floating
i \dp . Soap.
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Copyniglmt , 1887 , by Jas. S. Kirk & Co. ,
"There is no success like success. "
This stat mont is as cold-blooded an It is truo. TIme question whether a timing
ought to viii or not weighs but little beside time fact that it does win. Simice there
is always a little doubt us to whether the occupamits of the top row m-oally belong
there , it is doubly comifortabie to conic miemoss something thmat not omuly Is , but
deserves to be , a sneceus. Amid that's the exact size ot 1
Jas. S. Kirk & Go's White Cloud Floating Soap
Time sales of this brand were very large hefoi-e the 'niakors commncnced. to
advertise it , tumid they imaturally feel no enibarrasumnemit in pt-oeiitintliig its virtues
they are but echoiimg a verdict already , lronounecd. White Cloud won its own
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And if it contimmucs in possessiomi it sriil not ho stmrpr'msimmg. For the bath , toilet
amid iitumidm'y ovhm-y m-equli'emncmit is imiet.Vhite Ciould Is absolutely puro.
If your denier does imot keep White Cloud send us lOc for postpaid sample.
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SteckPiano - '
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turtle touie. IihumiJlatIon nimd aii
solute tluraluiIlty , 5) y'mtram' record.
time best gtiirammtt-e ottiue excel.
hence of tluso1mitFmmmnoumts ,
WOODBRIDOE BROSI .
London Granules. ti-
iCiiuulngitojgsI vottlo of symluiIs. LIlcor. , I'ttupi.s.
Ofti-unia i4oriustI tupuru mumci.m'lmucy hvs tie "luel foe
kn ( iiiea'e. ' biuitIrjnodIciii $ UIIMI ma iMa.tuu lies-
1.1mm. , wtni unysryii , suIt-ce. . , rmmIzrr VI4irrA 10.5.
Seuui by mmmcii in s piatri soslud psckaie , arid no demsy ,
oil wctlpI ( if ii mer 1)01 or C for IA. wx ( iIJAiIANTS $
SixIilXrTO'IJmtSAKYCANK. wmth ma'ii order , . .
. ( 51,54 ior.t& bose &ccouipanied by $ , wo WIll ut4
the purcli.ser our written iusrant.e to refund ISa-
money , It the tr"stmenI does not erect S CUSS
i'aiii.iim. Irre. IAflsmsis M5.ljlvisI UUUI.
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