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THE OMAIIA. - DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY JUNE 0. 1SS8. TWELVE PAGES.
i A WOEFUL WEDDING JOURNEY
Five Persona Drownocl in the Elk-
honi at Wisnor.
lj . '
i TREACHEROUS BOAT CAPSIZED
A Farmer Blurdoreil nt Culliertsoti
r Htnvy Jlnll Btorms Near render
A Debtor AlwcomlB No-
brnskn Ilnllroml News.
* ' Washed Off tlio Koat.
WisNf.n. Neb. , Juno n. Special Telegram
i toTiiBBKE. ] The high water of last week
V swept away the Iron brldgo over the Elk-
liftrn , opposllo Wisnor , and the citizens con
structed n temporary flatboat for the crossing
of foot passengers , At 1 o'clock to-day ,
While a party of eight persons wcro crossing
from the west bunk , the boat dipped , and the
.current being strong , swept the whole parly
off. Lena Matthls , aped sixteen years ,
Anna MatthK aged flvoyear ? , Otto Matthls ,
aged cloven ycrrs , all children of Fcrdinan'd
Matthls , of this place , and Frnnz Marx , aged
llftocn yours , a son of William Marx , a
firmer living ilvo miles south of Wlsner ,
wcro drowned. The wlfo and eldest daughter
nnd oldest son of Ferdinand Matthis were
saved by tlio prompt action of some who wit
nessed the accident , The Matthls family
fl wcro returning from the wedding of their
* son , Frank , which took place lust evening ,
' six miles south , An effort was made by the
citizens to recover the bodies , but the high
, ; , water and swift current made it impossible
1" to do anything uud the search was abandoned.
Murilor nt Giilliortson.
X , Neb. , Juno S. [ Special Tel
egram to Tin : Bnn. ] A llttlo before noon to-
tiny , John B. Hunter , n hardware merchant
of this place , deliberately shot and killed
Harry B. Hill , a former living two miles cast
of town. The shooting took plnco in n bil
liard hall nnd was the result of n dispute be
tween Hunter's father , Galant V. Hunter ,
nnd Mr. Hull. A Jury was empanelled and
nflor un examination n verdict of death by a
Si ; plstoPin the bunds of John B. Hunter was
-tt rendered. Mr. Hull was a man generally es
teemed by his neighbors , while the Hunters
have been regarded ns quarrelsome and dan-
porous characters. There is some talk of
lynch law being resorted to to-night.
Heavy Hnlnfnll Near 1'cmler.
Pr.xucn , Nob. , Juno 5. ( Special to Tnn
J3EE. ] The heaviest rain storm of the sea-
eon visited this neighborhood lust night no-
, . .companion by hall und wiud. Several build
ings were damaged by the wind and consid
erable corn and ether crops were cither
washed out or buried. Trains were delayed
neveraL hours by a washout between Ponder
Deserted Ills Debts.
LotJi" CITT , Nob. , Juno 5. [ Special to Tnn
BBE.J William Townsencl , into grain and
agricultural Implement dealer and cattle
feeder at Roeltvlllo , Nob. , sold his elevator
nnd baa loft for parts unknown , leaving
property valued nt about $4,000 and many
anxious creditors. Weir , Shugart & Co. , of
Council Bluffs , la. , Deere , Wells & Co. , of
Omaha , and Ucrryman , Patterson & Co. , of
Central City , Nob. , the heaviest creditors
.havo attached all his property. Several
other creditors have appeared , and many
moro are yet to hoar from , which will swell
Ills liabilities to probably S-8.COD or $10,000.
It is also claluicy that ho still owes several
farmers for grain purchased of them , all of
which ho had shipped. His family is thougnt
iff to be In Iowa.
M. K , & T. Graders.
GitAXT.I'Job. , Juno 5.- [ Special Telegram
' , to Tun BUE.J A largo fprco of railroad
" graders passed through Grant to-day cnrotito
for Kansas , where it is reported they nre to
work on the Missouri , Kansas & Tcxns rail
way which will bo completed to this place
before the winter months.
* A Clmrcli Dedication.
HASTINGS' , Nob. , Juno 5. [ Special Telegram -
gram to TUB 13in.l An important event in
'tho history of the First Presbyterian church
; 5.J of Hastings was witnessed to-day by the im
pressive ceremonies attending the laying of
the corner stone of nn cleirait nnd comino-
jf j , . , clious new house of worship , situated on the
cornet of Seventh street and Lincoln avenue.
The auditorium Is constructed in a circular
"iorm with nn operatic floor , and will have a
j Beating capacity of 1,500 people. The modern -
orn style of architecture prevails , nnd no fea
ture appropriate to such a structure will bo
spared to beautify the wisely planned inte
rior or adorn the stately exterior of the mag-
iilflcont building. When completed nnd suit
ably furnished throughout and supplied with
' n line $3.500 plpo organ , the total cost will ug-
Tha church was flrst organized August 10 ,
1873 , by Uov. N. C. Robinson , synodical mis-
* 'monary , and the first regular minister was
Rov. J. A. Grippes. The present able and
r much loved pastor is George T. Crissmun.
'Xtm membership Is the largest of any church
lu the city.
# . The coromouics to-day were presided over
by Uov. Crissnian , assisted by Hovs. IJoldcn ,
' Walters and Uritt , of this city , and Uov. W.
W. Morton , of Uluo Hill , moderator of this
tt > resbytery. The leading address was doliv-
( crod by Uov. Hlngland , president of the
' ' ' 1183111128 Presbyterian collogo. A , L. Wig-
V 'ton rend a brief history of the church in tills
city , und Hon. J. 13. Hoartwoll gave an inter
esting sketch of Sabbath school work. The
operations of the building committee were
explained by Samuel Alexander. A bible ,
, the church manual , coptoj of Important
church documents , and nuuiburs of all the
-city papers were inclosed In a tin box nnd
firmly cemented in a receptacle provided in
A largo number of people , members of the
i ; church , and Sabbath school children wore
' 'present at the ceremonies , Tlio stone was
_ bufcly laid , and the exercises concluded with
" prayers , songs of pratso nnd thanksgiving ,
STANTO.V , Nob. , Juno 5. [ Correspondence
Of Tun Hun , ] Stanton Is still going ahead
in Improvements. The council has ordered
U ten-foot sidewalk on all business streets
' jmd nn eight-foot slduwalk on nearly all the
I v The Miisons have made extensive improve
aancnts In their hull , costing not loss thuu $400
I ii , The hull has boon newly papered and painted
n line now emblematic carput und nn outlro
siow sot of turnlturu added. The Odd Fol
lows oorupy their hall this week for the first
time , The store part is to bo occupied by u
II Jinn from Illinois with a largo stock of general -
oral morclmmllso nnd dry goods. This store
room is tliollnest room in Stanton for this
class of business , ana compares favorably
Witli any of the line Omuhii store rooms. It it
V Iwepty-flvo feet wide and seventy-live feet
% Tlio implement dealers all say that-the
farmers uro paying cnSh for all machinery
this year , which is a good showing for tlui
Jirospority of the country. The bunks say
lor May they have not made a loan to any
tfurnier , while in former yours a grout deal
was loaned to farmers to help out until aftoi
A Dead llody Found.
PitnuoxT , Neb. , Juno 5. [
BKE. ] The body of an unknown man was
found this morning flvo miles west of Pro
jnont , near the railroad track , by the crow ol
p passing train. Coronet Abbott , of this
city , was summoned and an In luest was halt ]
on Jho body at Ames. The coronur's Jury ,
after weighing till Uio facts and ttourrotindln
circumstances , relumed a verdict to the
effect thut the deceased tame to his death bj
means of a blow upon his head , crushing hi :
skull , but when , whcro mid how the blow
% vas aduiiuUtcrud they wcro tumble to toll
U'ho man wus decently dressed and evidently
HOtutiauni. Two lettora wtiix found on hh
iierson written ut Wahoo , aad as neai ly as
'could bo deciphered the ei nuturo to thu lot
tcr was "Mrs. U. Meting Mouther. " Tin
> ody was brought to Fremont and unlrs *
dcntifled will be buried in the potter's field.
Agricultural Hoard Election.
LINCOLN , Neb. , Juno 5 , [ Special Tele
gram to Tun UEB. ] Kx-Govornor Furnas ,
ccrctary of tlio state board of agriculture ,
came in to-night to nttond n meeting of the
state fair btfard , which will 1m held tomorrow
row evening. Thcro will bo two vacancies
a bo filled that of superintendent of the
educational department made vacant by the
resignation of Prpf , II. H. Wing , who will
soon Icnvo tha city , and that of superintend
ent of polled , made vacant by the death of
Sheriff J. H. Hamilton of York. The ques
tion of advertising nnd attractions for the
state fair will also be discussed and other
> rcllminary worlt dono.
A Barn Burned.
Dxvtn CITV , Neb. , Juno 5. [ Special to
TUP. HKB.I Tno large barn of Orrlck D.
lunting , threa miles south-east of town , wan
struck by lightning Monday night and
Hirnctl to the ground. It contained three
torses , several sets of harness und various
'arming Implements , besides a quantity of
"my. The horses were got out but every-
.hingolso was lost. The mini was insured
for n small sum. Sftmo Hvo years ago Mr.
Hunting's house on the sutno promises was
nirncd with nil Its contents , the family
arely having tlmo to mnko their escape.
Ncl > ra8lcn Central Comiiicnccni"iit.
CcxTiiAb Cm' , Neb. , Juno 3. [ Special
to TUB Bnn.1 The closing exorcises
of the Nebraska Central college will
: rtko place here Snnilay , Juno ib , in the
Methodist church. The baccalaureate ad-
Ircss will bo delivered by President H. S.
Hilton. On Tuesday evening the students
will listen to u lecture by Uov. T. H. Hilton ,
n the college chapel. The llnnl graduating
jxorclses will take place on Wednesday even
Thrown From a Bugay. ;
COI.UMIIUS , Nob. , Juno -Special [ to THIS
Lust evening J. AV. Early , a promin
ent citizen , mot with what was at llrst consid
ered n futnl accident , resulting in a broken
! mb and a number of body bruises. Mr.
Early , In company with thrco others , was
out hunting about four miles west of this
: lty , when their horses bccsimo nnmnnaga-
jlo , tiDsotting the buggy and porclpitating all
to thu ground.
Struck By Ijlilitiiltifr.
Nnunii , Neb. , Juno 5. [ Special to Tin :
Bun. ] About 13 o'clock ' last night duritiu a
tcrriilc shower , lightning struck the house
of N. I ) . Juckson and completely wrecked it.
The most marvelous part of the accident was
.hat none of the family , which consisted of
Mr. Jackson , his wlfo nnd thrco children ,
were injured. About two hours later flio
broke out in the ruins but was extinguished
before it hud burned much.
Hall at Norfolk.
Nonror.K , Neb. , Juno 5. [ Special to THE
Very heavy showers fell hero lost
evening. About 10 o'clock chunks of pretty
solid ice began to thump upon the roofs of
buildings. Ono stone is reported as being
nine inches in circumference. Not much
wind was stirring and the hall wus not
abundant , so but llttlo damage was done be
sides the breaking hero und there of a win
dow pane. _
A JHocvy Caitlo Shipment.
TOUIAS , Neb. , June 5. [ Special Telegram
to Trie HCK. | A special train of twenty-live
cars of cattle from Nelson , Edgar and Shick-
.oy lu charge of Trainmaster Granger , passed
ihrough here to-day over the B. & M. nnd
will bo run to Chicago at the rate of thirty
miles per hour. The cattle are some of the
nest over shipped out of the state , several
of the cars averaging 1,800 , pounds per bead.
Very Imrgo Hall Stones.
STANTOX , Neb. , Juno 5. [ Special to TUB
Br.n. ] A very heavy rain and hail storm
visited ths ( section last night between 0 and
11 p. m. Moro or loss damage was done to
nil the windows on the north side of all build
ings. Some of the hail was ns largo as a
man's list. It did not last but a fo\v minutes.
1'ho damage to fruit ' and crops was very
For the Cliautauqua.
, Nob. , Juno . " . [ Specal Tele
gram to Tin : Bnn. | Mr. G. W. Flick and
Colonel W. W. Pattcison arranged to-day for
building on the Chautnuqua grounds nnd by
tunneling the hills north of town aud tapping
tlio canal to form a magnificent lake from
which they will procure a natural overflow
into the Wood river.
Will Build at Once.
KCAIIXEY , Neb. , Juno B. [ Special Tele
gram to Tim BIE. : ] Information of a most
reliable nature reaches hero tills evening
from St. Louis Unit the Missouri Pacific rail
way company will push the work on their
Kearney extension forward to this point at
Burglars at Nebraska City.
NniuiAHKA Crrr , Neb. , Juno 5 [ Special
Telegram to THE BBK. ] The residence of
Dr. Campbell was entered last night and
robbed of a quantity of silverware and ? 25 in
cash. The thieves left no trace.
District Court in Otoc.
NKHKASKA CITV , Nob. , Juno 5. [ Special
Telegram to Tun Bun. ] District court con-
vcned to-day , Judge Chapman presiding.
There wcro but few cases of interest on the
docket nnd the term Is likely to bo short.
Jlotl Cloud'H Street Hallway.
Uii > Cnout ) , Neb. , Juno fi. [ Special Telegram
gram to Tun BiiE.l The lied Cloud street ,
railway opened for trafllc this evening ,
Nchraakn and I own Patents.
WASHINGTON , Juno fi. [ Special Telegram
to Tim BEIS.J The following patents were
granted rsebniska and Iowa inventors to-day :
Nicholas Barry Jr. , Muscatino , la. , plumber's
trap ; Edward C. Bartlett , assignor to J , L.
McCaguo , Omaha , Neb , , seal lock ; Albert
Bibor , DCS Molnes , In. , tongs ; William H ,
Comstock , Osknloosn , la. , bottle filler ;
Henry W. Hnthorn , Clear Luke , la. , felt
boot ; Charles A. Henry , Montlcollo , assignor
to W. A. Overing nnd A. Hoichart , Saudy
Springs , In. , hay-loader ; John Jackson ,
Clinton , la , , sash fastener : Edward P.
Lynch , Davenport , la. , walking cultivator ;
Jnmos Phillips , Washington , lu. , castrating
instrumeat ; Charles H. Watson , assignor to
J. L. McCugno , Omahu , Neb. , seal lock.
Nebraska nnd. Iowa PennIonH.
WASiiixtiTOK , Juno B. | Spoulal Telegram
to TUB Bun.1 The following pensions were
granted Nebraskans to-day : Original inva
lid-Ferdinand Woilor , Nollgh ; William .
Moore , Wilsonvilla ; Charles B. Nobles , Wo-
Pensions for lowons : Original invalid
Edmund L. KnuiKo , Andubon ; James Mc-
Oookin , Magnolia ; Porrin Shaul , Lamollo ;
Juiiies B. Short , College Springs ; Moore
BrlgKS , Uedgednlo ; Jasper N , Thompson ,
Palmyra. Original widows , etc. Minors of
Lovl Gibson , Knoxvillo. Mexican survi
vors Kobfrt Bobebon , Creston ; Allen B.
Wheeler , Hopkinton. Mexican widows-
Martha A. , widow of James Ainoa , Knox-
. . .
Drunk and Climbed.
Opposite James O'Malloy's ' name in the
police register lust night was the rhargo
"drunk und assaulting ofticar. " Ho was ar
rested by i > oiceinan ! Bloom at Tenth aud
Dodge streets , and on offering resistance was
quieted with a billy , ilia head was cut open ,
uud when turned in ut the central btutlou his
face was covered with gore. Dr. Ralph was
culled to dress the wound ,
Tlio Barbers Oollli-rcd.
The Barbers' Protective association held
its semi-annual election last night with the
following result : Prostdpnt , William ScipiKi ;
vice president , Jerry Jacobs ; secretary ,
Phillip Miller ; treasurer , Charles Vincent ;
serKoant-at-arms , Harry Westphal. Jt is
expected that delegates to the central labor
union will bo chosen t the meeting next
It la Eagerly Sought For at the
THE PRESIDENT KEEPS POSTED.
Constantly Supplied With Bulletins
A lied Bandana DoinotiHtrntlon
Sunset Make * n MlMnko
The Fisheries Treaty.
OI vcn Ovrr to St. Ijouin.
WASHINGTON BoncAU THBOMAIIV
WASIHNOTOX. D. C. . Juno 5.
Intense Interest was manifested by both
houses of congrfss to-day in the news from
St. Louis. The two prois associations mani
folded thtir bulletins nnd distributed copies
on both sides of both the senate und house of
representatives. The interest centered on
what the convention Is likely to do on the
tariff question. The republicans nre anxious
that the thing which Is likely to bo done will
bo dono. They want an nfllrmntlon of the
tariff plank of 1891 nnd n refusal to specially
endorse the Mills bill , The democrats pre
fer thnt-thls bo done rather than n rcrnlar
endorsement of the bill ns It stands now or
ns it came from the ways and means com-
mlttco. They say it is Incomplete nnd should
it receive endorsement in Its present shape
the party would be placed in nn embarrass
ing situation In the event of material amend
ment hereafter , nnd thcso nro likely to bo
Nearly all of the democratic members of
tha house were large red roses In the lappels
of their coats. They came from the farm of
Representative Leo in Virginia , a few miles
below Washington. They wcro emblematic
of the red bundnna. General Leo brought a
basket full of thorn with him when ho
crossed the Potomac this morning and put
them on n desk on the democratic side , where
every ono helped himself. Several republi
cans were the roses until they learned what
they wcro intended for , when they quietly
took them aud laid them gently on their
HOW TIIU PIIKSIDEXT GETS Tilfi NEWS.
Thcro was quietude at the whlto house all
day. The cabinet meeting nt 11 o'clock was
uttended by all the ofllcors except the attor
ney general , who is ill. The wire in the tele
graph oflleo was kept busy receiving bul
letins , and thcso wcro promptly delivered in
the cabinet room ns fast us received , aud tlio
business of the meeting was frequently in
terrupted by discussion of the woik as fur us
it bus progressed. Ho will be satisfied witli
an endorsement of his tariff measure and the
rccstablishmcnt of the tariff plank in the last
DEMOCRATS SEE TIIKIH MISTAKE.
The democrats are kicking themselves vig
orously for over permitting under any cir
cumstance the fisheries to bo treated with
open doors. They say that they now see that
they made a fatal mistake In permitting open
session under any condition , as it is the in
tention of the leading republican senators
to attack the administration from a now lo
cality. They intend to assault the diplo
matic branch of the administration , and to
uncover the incapacity of the department of
state. Senator Ingalls is preparing U speech
in opposition to the fisheries treaty , which is
said to bristle with his characteristic denun
ciations , and ho is to be followed by Senators
Sherman , Fuller , Huwley and others with
A nnMOCIIATIC llOOIinACK.
Sunset Cox in the house this afternoon
arose nnd asked to have read at the clerk's
desk n telegram from St. Louis as a rejoinder
to the announcement made by Mr. Herman
that the people of Oregon by n largo majority
at the polls ycstcrduv had repudiated the
administration and the Mills bill. The
telegram simply stated that the natno of
Cleveland was received with wild enthusiasm
and immense applause in the convontion.
The democratic members jumped to their
feet , applauded and screamed with delight.
The enthusiasm was taken up in the galleries
and an unusual scene followed. Finally Mr.
Springer , who wus in the chair , succeeded in
restoring order , und Mr. Webster , a repub
lican nskcd unanimous consent to rc.id a
telegram. It was from the Buffalo News ,
which until recently was an ardent advocate
of the Mills bill nnd the administration. The
telegram announced that when the Buffalo
delegation loft for St. Louis the other day
eighty-eight men marched to the depot be
hind a brass band. When the delegation in
ISSlfor Chicago loft it numbered 2,000 men.
The telegram inquired what had brought
tioout this change The republicans in the
house now enjoyed themselves with applause
aud cat calls.
WEAItlXQ THE HEO I1ANDAXA.
Shortly after the house convened to-day a
weil-known newspaper cojrcspondent en
tered the press gallery , and walking down to
the fiont immediately above the speaker , and
whore every ono on the floor could see him ,
ho deliberately drew from his pocket n largo
red bannana handkerchief and blow his
olfactory vigorously. Some democratic
members observed the "rod Hag" and began
an applause which immediately became in-
fcctibus on the east side of the house , and
every democrat arose and joined in a demon
stration that wus extremely exciting , and
which lusted some minutes. During the ex
citement the correspondent louncd against
the railing nnd wuvod the Thurman emblem
over the gilded euglo immediately nbovo the
speaker , and this started the people in the
galleries. It was a regular mass meeting
The comptroller of the currency to-day ap
proved as reserve agent for the First Na
tional bank of McGregor , la. , the Nutionnl
Bunk of the Republic. Ho also approved the
Seaboard National of Now York us reserve
agent for tlio Miuiiehnha National bank of
Sioux Falls , Duk.
A petition from the Omaha board of trade
in favor of extending the time of the Union
Pacific railway to pay its indebtedness to
the government was presented ia the senate
to-day by Mr. Mandcrson.
There nro forty-ono pairs of members In
the house , nearly all of the democrats paired
ure ut St. Louis. PEIUIY S. HKATU.
Milwaukee llnllroud OfllcialH.
Sioux CITV , la. , June 5. [ Special Tele
gram to Tim BEE. ] A party of ofllcers of
the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul system
stopped hero this evening en route for Chicago
cage after an extensive tour of Inspection of
their lines in Dakota. In the part } were
President Miller , Vice President Bend , nnd
General Superintendent Clark , besides John
Plniikinton , of Milwaukee , J. G. F. Andcr-
bon , of New York , and ubout twenty ether
directors or heavy stockholders In the
system. President Miller denied that the
visit has any significance with reference to
rumored extensive railroad movements in
A Ilctallatory Amendment.
WASHINGTON , Juno 5. Senator Chandler
lias introduced a bill to amend the fishery
"retaliatory act" by striking out the words
"in his discretion , " and also striking out
reference to "othor productsoftho dominion"
than tlsh. This would absolutely deny Cana
dian vessel * the right of entry whenever ttio
president is hiitialieJ the rights of Americans
In Domnlon ports uro abridged or whenever
they urn subjected to annoyance , nnd would
also forbid the importation of Canadian fresher
or salt flsh , _
Nobility Arrive ,
NEIYOUK , Junes , Among the passengers
who arrived to-day on the steamer Wcrra
were Major General Sir John C. McNeil ant
General Sir Donald Stewart , Bart , who are
oil their way to Canada on ofllcial business ,
Hallway Accident ,
CITV or Muxico ( via Gulveston ) , June 6.
A railway accident occurred yesterday evening
ing , J-ist outside of Tauiplco , in whicl
eighteen were killed and forty-one injured.
Pensions for Union Prisoners.
WASHINGTON , Juno 5. Senator Quay has
been authorized to report ! favorably his bil
granting pensions to soldiers and sailors con
fined in uonfcderate prisons.
ASHI.ANU , U'is. , June 5. Forest fires are
doing much tlamugo nn the Omaha line about
fourteen milQ.s from tills city.
MKT WITH , SUCCESS.
The Irish ScienTiflc"Ifctpcdltton Se
cured fioinn Jlnrc Specimens
.v , JttnoftfNcw York Herald
Cable Special to.'TilRTBER.l The members
of the Irish scientific ' ? xpcdition which loft
icro May 2 < S aboarq'tho Clydo steamer Fly-
ng Falcon , as thenj ca'tiled the Herald , on a
IredginK expedition IJt'tho Atlantic under the
auspicious of thd Royal Irish academy of
Dublin , returned licS-cldst night after n suc
cessful cruise. Thd expedition was the ro-
nult of a deslro on tfjo part of the Uoyal Irish
academy to ascertain the nature of animal
lifo at the bottom \Mflo ) Atlantic ftt n depth
not exceeding three' iulndred fathoms. The
llscovcries show tha ) , the ocean teams with
Ifc at n depth of moro than ono thousand
'nthoms. The ilrst soundings wcro mode
n I5 fathoms. A beam trnwl nnd a
small dredge were sent down and brought to
the surface a good haul of rare nnd unknown
specimens in north latitude 50 , 5'3 , west longitude
tudo 12 , 2. They again sounded at a depth
of 1,020 fathoms nnd succeeded In bringing
up n few ounces of globigerinn ooze. A deep
trawl was then shot with 1'J70 fathoms of
stO"l rope , nnd on being brought to the sur-
'aco was found to contain some interesting
features , a perfectly black fish with whlto
oycs being particularly remarkable. After
nero dredging they closely examined the
various specimens secured , which showed n
strange deep sea flsh , several spaclmcna of
that strange gcnious of cchinod-
crms calvorla , and a few sil-
cious sponges and rare beautiful cassulcrla
tyrhena , and some largo and exquisitely
colored sea anemones ; also a quantity of
carlnnrla and ptcropodn which were captured
in surface nets. Ono of the party photo-
; t itphcd the animals , and another with his
jrush secured the bright- colors which
vanished quickly from the specimens. Mr.
3pladcn of London , wilt cxamlno the
.onlrodcrms , Prof. "Salas of Trinity college ,
will examine the sponges , nnd Mr. Wright of
Belfast , will examine the forammifern , after
which the specimens will bo forwarded to
.he Koynl Irish science and art museum.
Other expeditions are to follow Inter.
A HAPPY WIFE. .
Mrs. Folsom Says Her Daughter IB
[ Copurtijlit 1SS3 t > u fames Gordon Dennett. ]
PAWS , June 5 , [ New York Herald Cable
Special to TUB Bni : . ] 1 was speaking
LO Mrs. Folsom this afternoon , and our con
versation , which had been about the season
in Paris nnd ono subject or another , turned
upon homo and Mrs. Folsom's return to
America. "I sail by the Hod Star line for
homo next week " she said "and
, , as was ar
ranged from the outset shall go direct from
Now York to Washington. " Mrs. Folsom
spoke of her agreeable stay in Paris , nnd
somehow I forgot Just how it came about
ihe campaign story started by the republi
cans In regard to the presidents alleged treat
ment of Mrs. Cleveland came up. "All that
is beneath notice " said , Mrs. Folsom ,
with quiet dignity , ' "and is a
matter best trcatqiyith contemptuous
silence. Who wils BO foolish ns to
start a story so easily disproved. 1 suppose
Lhey counted on this , fact that neither the
president or his wife , would deign to utter a
word in reply. Wliat wpman happily mar
ried will consider it necessary to say , 'My
husband is kind to mo ! " JWhat husband de
voted to his wife will say , . 'I am not unkind
to her , ' but they jvcro so foolish ns to bring
niy name in. Thai , ' wak not clever , was itJ
But let us taik of something else. It is nil a
foolish campaign story without a shadow of
foundation. I onljt Wish1 nil American girls
were half as happy in their wedded lifo as is
my own good daughter irf the love and cure
of her worthyhusbamL" ' ' t
RAILUOAD MEN MEET.
The B. & M. Boys Dcclnro The Bee
Their Only Friend.
KANSAS CITY , Jupo 5. [ Special Telegram
to Tun BUE. ] About two hundred members
of the Brotherhood of toconiotivo Engineers
nnd the Brotherhood of Firemen met in secret
session in this city to-day. They finished
their work during the afternoon and at night
left the city. The members of thegrcavanco
committees of all the western roads wcro
present nnd every person entitled to attend
this meeting were a red badge. Those who
had no badge were refused admission. The
meeting was hold to take some action in re-
curd to the strike on tlie Burlington system
but the men are silent as to what was accom
plished. It is well understood , however , that
they adopted a resolution asking Chief Ar
thur to declare the strike off. On this point ,
however , the men positively refused to talk.
They were extremely bitter toward the re
porters and claimed THE BUB wus the only
friend they had in the west.
For Iowa Light to fresh northwesterly
winds , cooler , fair weather.
For Nebraska : Light to fresh northerly
winds , becoming variable , warmer , fair
For Dakota : Light to fresh westerly
winds , becoming variable , warmer , fair
The Emperor and Bismarck.
BERLIN , Juno ! . Prince Bismarck , after
an audience of an imur with the Emperor ,
lunched alone with the ijmpress to-day. The
Emperor remained in his room this after
noon. It is reported the recent Increase lu
the discharge from his throat bus afforded
A Canadian Town Scorched.
OTTAWA , Out. , Juno 5. This afternoon a
flro swept over the city of Hull opposite
Ottawa , destroying between thrco and four
hundred houses and rendering twenty-flvo
hundred persons homeless , Six or seven
blocks ure now a smouldering nuiss of ruins ,
To-night hundreds of families are camped in
the open air without shelter. The loss is
estimated at from $500,000 to 1300,000 , ; insur
ances small ,
The houses were neurly ns dry as tinder ,
and in almost every Instance the occupants
barely escaped with thcii lives. Women
were wlhi with terror nnd rushed around ,
searching for their children , the bliiididg
smono tending to increase the confusion nnd
excitement. it .
The regular mooting of tlio Omaha Cricket
club was held on MonflnyJ evening In Judge
Andoi son's ofllce , VlyjIyrosldent Stringer in
the chair , The following names were pro
posed for active membership , to bo elected
by the executive committW ) ; Messrs , Mar
shall , O. H. Gordon , JV , n. Drummoud , B.C.
Miller , C. V. Balnsfotfl , it. W. Pitkln , T. S.
Ferguson nnd Mr. JohniWorthlngton , and
Uov. A. A. Morrison , of Ashland , for honor
ary membership. The resignation of Mr.
Kichurd Green , of Council II lulls , a member
of the executive committee , wus accepted ,
and Mr. Tom Cbnluiera" appointed to the
The most Important business of the even
ing was then proceeded , with , numely the
election of n president , and after many oulo-
giums upon , und expressions of conndcnca In ,
the nomination of George W. Holdrego. that
gentleman was elected to the oftlcc.
Messrs. Chalmers , Jopp and Stringer were
appointed a committee to secure the services
of a competent man to take charge of the
grounds , and Messrs , George H. Vaughnn ,
Chalmers nnd Prince , a committee to choose
the teams for matches. Thu utmost enthu
siasm prevailed nt the mooting , and the
management of the executive committee was
heartily endowed by the members. Verily
cricket is booming this year.
Remember that the Union Pacific
"TJio Overland Uouto" 1 the only line
that will run tlirpugh bleepors and
coachps to Salt Lake City on Juno 0 ; 810
for the round trip.
The "Drodlon" concert and ball is
poatixmcd to Saturday , Ju.uo 23 ,
BROWN POISONING MYSTERY ,
The Coroner's Jury Criminates the
Docui Man's Son.
A COFFIN MAKER'S APPRENTICE.
tto Hollands Ilimscir on n Knllrond
Track Iowa Mnnons In Scnslun
Crop * HutniMl Hy n
Tlio Brown I'olfsonliiK Mystery.
MASOX CITV , In. , Juno 5. [ Special Tele
gram to THE HKK. ] The Jury In the Urown
Family poisoning afTalr made known their
verdict to-day. It concludes as follows :
"Tho said Jury upon their oaths do say that
; ho said Hiram H. Urown came to his death
jy taking arsenic poison Intentionally placed
in his food or drink by some persons un-
mown , but the said Jury nro load to sus-
ilclon from the evidence before them that ho
[ Brown's son ] is guilty of the deed. " Mat
ters arc so complicated that no arrests will
jo made. Tlio matter will bo investigated
igaln by the grand Jury which convenes In
September. Mrs. II. K. Brown bus left for
the parental homo in Wisconsin.
lown's Knllrond Troubles.
DES Moixns , June 5. The meeting of gen
eral freight agents with the railroad commis
sioners was held hero to-day. The Hock
Island , Chloago , Burlington & Qulncy , Chicago
cage & Northwestern , and other Iowa roads
were represented. Lengthy arguments wcro
presented at the morning session. Remarks
were made by President Stickney , of the
Diagonal , and in the afternoon by J. M.
Tohnson , of the Hock Island , and by
Mr. Wicker , of the Northwestern.
Tlio speakers were closely ques
tioned by the commissioners and no
point was loft untouched. The freight man
agers stated that tlio evils complained of
were created by tlio operations of the inter
state commerce law , before which tlio job
bers and manufacturers of the state had en
joyed special rates. They said they were as
much in favor of building up Iowa business
us were the jobbers and manufacturers.
They ashed that tlio commissioners adopt
rates as near as possible conforming witli
these agreed upon by the companies , and
give thorn a fair trial.
Town Shooting Tournament.
DBS Moixcs , la. . June 5. [ Special Telegram -
gram to Tun BEI : . ] Tlio annual tournament
ol the State Sportmen's association opened
licro to-day with a largo attendance includ
ing many famous shooters from other states.
The tournament lasts threodays for special
prizes and the usual trophies of the associa
tion. The shooting to-day was divided bo-
twcon traps and live birds , two shoots being
mudc. The winners to-day of first money in
the flrst shoot were Messrs. Vansaurr of
Greene , Phelps of Murshalltown. and Harris.
In the second shoot the first winners wcro
Budcl of Dos Molnes , Hughes of Fonda ,
Ruhlo of Albert Lea , Minn. , Parmelco of
Omaha , Spencer of Carlisle and Wilhelm of
DCS Moines. The late trains brought many
additional sportsmen and a great attendance
is expected to-morrow.
A Boy's Strange 'Suicide.
Bt'iiLixoTox , la. , Juno 5. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Ben. ] A singular sulcido oc
curred In this city to-day. A boy named
Jacob Gleson , fifteen years old , steady , in
dustrious and employed in a coflln factory ,
deliberately got between the rails of the
"Q. " tracks and placing his head on the track
in front of an approaching engine ho was in
stantly killed. Hib dinner bucket was stand
ing near the fence where he had been hiding
till the engine was close at hand. No inotivo
for the strange sulcido appears.
Crops Ruined by Hall and Wind.
ONAWA , la. , June 3. [ Special Telegram to
TiicBeu. ] A furious rain , hail and wind
storm passed over the country several miles
north of the city List night which did con
siderable damage. Farmers in from that
section this morning report that the growing
crops have been materially damaged. Corn
in some sections is beaten into the ground
and must be replanted. Small grain 1ms
also been badly damaged and fruit , within a
radius of many miles , is totally destroyed.
Chimneys wore blown from houses and out
houses and other small buildings were freely
tossed around by the gale. In many farm
houses the hail smashed window glass as
easily as if it had been n shower of stones.
Supreme Court Decisions.
DnsMoiNns , la. , Junes. [ Special Telegram
to THE Bni : . | The supreme court iilod the
following decisions here to-day :
State vs F. L. Boynton et al , appellant ,
Audubon district , opinion by Kobinson.
State vs n. M. Jamison , npcllnnt , Shnlby
district , defendant convicted of the crime of
grand larceny , opinion by Hoed. Aaflirmod.
Saline Woostor vs Chicago , Milwaukee &
St. Paul railway , appellant , Jones district
court , question of damages , opinion by Roth-
F. E. Ellott , appellant , vs H. Eborts , Mont
gomery district , opinion by Rothrock.
AQlrmcd , Reed dissenting.
Iowa MHNOIIH In Session.
CEDAH RAI-IDS , la. , Juno 5. The Masonic
grand lodge of Iowa convened in its forty-
fifth annual convocation in this city this
morning. Between six and seven hundred
delegates nro present , representing 450
subordinate lodges. The session will con
tinue tliroo days.
An American Crew Arronted.
ST. JOHNS , Now Foundland , Juno 5. This
morning Captain Diggins , of tlio American
schooner A. H. Knight , which had boon
seized hero for violation of the bait act , or
dered the lines to bo let go and preparations
made to have a tug take the vessel out of
harbor , Five policemen tried to arrest tlio
crew. American Consul Mulloy udvisod the1
captain to submit , but ho refused to do so
and ran up the American flag. A strong
force of police then arrived and arrested .tho
captain and crew who were brought bcforo
Judge Provvso ,
WASHINGTON , Juno 5. [ Special Telegram
to Tun Bun. ] William J. Robertson was
to-day appointed postmaster at Cleveland ,
Holt county , vice Jacob A. Jacques , re
MUs Hives Oront Hit.
RICHMOND , Vn. , Juno n. [ Special Telegram -
gram to THE BKE.J The sensation of the
hour In fashionable circles. Is tlio announce
ment of the murrlago next fall of Miss
Amelia Ulvos , Virginia's gifted authoress , to
John Armstrong Chandler , of Now York , a
grandson of John Jaeob Astor , and several
times u millionaire.
Grain in Slulit and Store ,
CHICAGO , Juno 5. The visible supply for
the weekending Juno 2 , as compiled by the
secretory of the Chicago board of trade , is as
follows : Wheat , iW.-IM.OOO bushels ; com ,
t,210,000 ) bushels ; oats , 5,39yXX ( ) bushels ;
rye , 200,000 bushels ; b.moy , UW.OOO buslkcls ,
Central "Weaver lloiionilnntpd ,
OTTUMWA , la. , Juno 0. General J. B ,
Wearer wus in-day nomlnutod for congress
in this district by the union labor paitv. The
nomination Was by acclamation. Cain , the
union labor candidate for governor la t year ,
was called out after the convention and de
clined to endorse the nomination. Culu was
not u delegate.
Oregon Buddy Itnpiilillottii.
POUTJ.ANJI , Ore , , Juno ,1-Lutor returns
Indicate Hermann , irup. ) for vougicM , ia
elected by l.nCO majority. Both houses of
tlio legislature will bo republican , standing
in Joint ballot republican * , sixty-six , demo
crats about twenty-four ,
Two Men Killed.
Yoiwo&TOrt'S , Ohio , Juno 5. A construc
tion train on the Cleveland & Mahonlng road
was djcrailod. near NileaOhio , this morning
'aud wi'cckpd Two men were killed.
Til _ OOXOUK33.
S' , Juno 5. Among the amend
ments reported by the committee on appro
priations nnd agreed to by the sonatawcro
the following : Transferring to the grade of
envoys extraordinary nnd minlstcry plenl
potentlnry the minister resident In Belgium ,
Netherlands , Sweden nnd Norway nnd Ven
ezuela without chnngo of salary (17,603) ( ) ;
inserting the item "minister resident and
consul general in Corca , $7.500 ; " transferring
to the grade of "minister resident nntl consul
general" the charge of affairs to Paraguay
and Uraguay without change of salary.
( $3,000) ) ; Inserting provisions requiring all
consulates and commercial agonies whore the
fees collected or compensation allowed for
the fiscal year , 1SS3 , exceeds $1,000 to bo esti
mated for specifically under classified con
On motion of Mr. Sherman nn item of
$35,00 was Inserted for the salaries and ex
penses of u scientific commission of thrco
persons an ofllccr of thunrniy or navy , geol
ogist nntl mineralogist and naturalist to
visit nnd report on the commercial resources
of the Upper Congo basin , salaries ( not ex
ceeding (0,000) ) to bo llxed by the president
und the commission to ovplro June JtJ , ISS'J.
The amendment that was offered by Mr.
Call to Increase the salary of minister resi
dent nnd consul general to Paraguay nnd
Uruguay from S3.UOO to $7,500 was debated nt
much length. Finally the amendment was
excluded on n point of order , and Mr. Call
appealed from the decision. The bill went
over till to-morrow without further action
nnd the senate at Ifit ! : ) adjourned.
WASIIIXHTOX , June G. After routine busi
ness the house went Into committdo of the
whole on the tariff bill on the pending clause
( wood manufactured , not specially enumer
ated or provided for ) , dcbato being limited
to thirty minutes.
Mr. Mills called attention to the fact that
Canada Imposed a tariff on sawed lumber
nnd asked why it was , if the tariff meant
high wages , that it did not bring high wages
in Canada ns well ns here.
Mr. Hermann of Oregon presented to the
democracy the complements of Oregon nnd n
message from her people saying that Oregon
had voted for protection by HOO majority.
Mr. Moffat moved to strike out the para
The motion was rejected , Mr. Sowdon of
Pennsylvania und Mr. Tarsney of Michigan
voting with the republicans In favor of the
motion , Mr. Fuller of Iowa voting with the
democrats against it.
The clerk read the next clause of the free
list ; "Hubs for wheels , posts , last blocks ,
wagon blocks , hcadlnli blocks und like blocks
or sticks , rough , hewn und suwn , " which Mr.
Bayno moved to strike out. Ho said that ho
had heard that the St. Louis platform would
straddle the tariff question. Ho predicted
that it would , although the democratic banner
would road"Clcvolnnd and the red bandana. "
[ Tremendous applause on democratic side. ]
Mr. Wobcr of Now York read from a
Buffalo paper the statement that a few days
ago eighty-eight men started trom that city
for the convention in Cleveland's interest ,
where in 1881 over 2,000 men went to Cnicago
on the same errand.
After further dcbato the motion to strike
out was rejected by a party vote.
"Staves of wood" wus next considered.
After u long discussion Mr. Buchanan of
New Jersey offered nn amendment adding
the words "in rough , straight and not
shaved , " which was rejected.
Mr. Bayno of Pennsylvania read a number"1
of telegrams showing republican gains in
Mr. Lawler of Illinois replied by reading a
clipping from un Oregon newspaper denounc
ing high tariff as humbuggery.
An amendment to strike out the paragraph
was lost , and the committee rose.
The speaker pro tern laid before the house
n message from the president , returning
without his npprovul bills for the erection of
n public building at Bar Harbor , Mo. , and
for the purchase of additional ground for the
building at Council Bluffs , la. The announce
ment of the veto of the first named bill
\yas received witti laughter by the repub
The conferees on the bill relating to postal
crimes presented their report , and the senate
amendments were agreed to. The house
< Jud/cs. /
CHICAGO , Juno S. Elections were held
throughout Illinois yesterday for judges of
the supreme court. The returns , which are
nearly all in , show that the republican candi
dates , Davis J. Baker , Jacob W. Wilkln ,
Joseph M. Bailey and Benjamin D. Ma-
gruder , were elected in the First , Third ,
Sixth and Seventh districts , and John M.
Sehotirld ( ilcm ) , present incumbent , in tlio
Second district. This makes the supreme
bench of Illinois republican for the first time
Tlioy AVnnt Algur.
AUGUSTA , Me. , June 5. There is an inti
mation here coming from reliable sources
that a strong movement is being made to
concentrate the Blaina delegates of the
Chicago convention on General Algor of
of Michigan. Dopew is objected to because
it Is thought his railroad connection hurts
him in the granger states. Grcsh m is not
In favor because his friends boomed him be
fore Blaino's declination wns ncccpted us
positive. Harrison is out of the question ,
und Sherman and Allison are regarded us
Jubilant Over Oregon
WASIIINOION' , Juno R , [ Special Telegram
to Tun Bun. ] The greatest interest has
been manifested in the Oregon election here
to-day and reports fiom that Pacific tate
have been eagerly looked for. Senator
Mitchell has Just received n dispatch which
is highly gratifying to the republicans and
correspondingly depressing to the democrats ,
Tlio dispatch reads : "Free trade democracy
routed , horse , font nnd dragoons. Herman's
majority ( for congress ) more than four
thousand. The legislature will stand : sixty
republicans to thirty democrats. " This in
sures the election of a republican to succeed
LITTJ.P. ROCK , Ark. , Juno ! > . The demo
cratic state convention finished its work and
adjourned this afternoon after nominating H.
B , Chl&m for secretary of state and Mulshing
the balunso of tlio state ticitot , The con-
vontlon elected William Fishbuck and W. B ,
Hemongwuy presidential elre-tors-nt-largo ,
nnrt appointed Governor 8. P. Hughes of
Arkansas incmborof the democratic national
The bricklayers hold a mooting lust
night , but transacted only routine busi
Tlio Importance of purifying the Uood can
not bo overestimated , for without pure
blood you cannot enjoy good health.
At this season nearly every one needs a
goad mvdlcino to purify , vitalize , and enrich
the Mood , and Jlood'n HarsaparllU In worthy
your connUeuco. It Is peculiar In that It
strengtlu'ns and builds uptlio > steincroatfa
en appetite , and tones the digestion , nlillo
It-eradicates dUcait ) . Uvv | It a trial.
Hood's Bar aparlll U sola by alldrngglsti.
1'repared by C. I. Hood & Co. , I/well , Mats-
IOO Doses. One Dollar '
Notice of Incorporation of the Mil'
tun I Investment Company ,
mo WHOM IT MAY CONCKIIN-Tnko tiottca
L that \\o , the undersigned. In ptirsunncoot
the Ian s of the Mntn nt Nolmiskn , luivo mso-
clnted ourselves ns n body politic nnd corpornto
In the nnnio and for the purposes hereinafter
1. Tlio name of this coiporntlon lmll bo "Tlio
Mutual investment Company , " of Omaha , Nc-
a. The prlnclpftl plncfi of trnn ftctlna the bust *
nesi ot this corporation shnll bo the city of
Omnha , county of Douglas , nnd state of Ne
it. The business to bo trnnsfictod by this cor
poration shall bo ! To buy , sell , hold nuil lenso
rent eslntc. to Improve tbo i > ntiie , to erect build *
Ings for snlo or rent , to loan nnd Invest ftimlrf ,
to receive on deposit , from Individual * or cor
iwrstlons. money , bonds , or other securities ,
nnd to hold nnd nccnunt for the sixmo , to net ns
llnnnclnlagents for Individuals or corporations
ilmlt lug to Invest funds , ami transact MICU other
nnd further ImslneM ns shnll bo compatible
with n ucucinl Investment and loan business.
4. The dutiful stock of thl * corporation RlinU
be ono hundred tlumsnnd (1100,1100.00) ( ) dollars ,
divided Into ono thousand shares of ono him-
drod dollars encn , which shall bo Issued ns
directed by the bonnlof directors to bo paid In
full v lien Issued , nnd which shall bo non-assos9 >
A. Thotlmonf commencement of this corpor
ation slmll bo the Mil tiny of April. IfSS , nnil It
shall terminate on tlio fourth ilay of April , 1KW ,
nnle.s4 toonor dissolved In the mnnuer pro
vided by law.
( I. iho lilcliost ntnount of Imlobtcdnoss or lift-
blllty tonlch this corporation Hhnll nt nny
ttmo subject Itself , shall bo two-thirds of Its
pnlil np capital Mock.
7. ' 1 ho officers of this corporation shnll boa
president , vlco president , Secretary nnd treas
urer , and such otherolllcoi.sns the board of di
rectors inuv doom necessary , who slmll bo
elected by the board of directors from among
their number , nnd whoso terms of olllco and
duties shall bo defined In the by-laws.
Witness our hands tills second day of April , 1833.
A. K. McKONK , G. 11.1'AVNK ,
K. K. HASTlNnS , O. II.Htl.KVrO. .
W. It. Itufsr.t.u T. ll.T.\Yi.oit ,
r. w , HH.I.S , o , K .SCOFIKI.D ,
( Jro M. NTTiwir.n , n. M. HAvr.nt.v ,
W. A. ( loniiAiin , tnlnvssjl-8
Notlco orClmttcl aiortKngo Halo.
Notice la horohyKlTfln ttiHt whereas on tbo 1st day
lo William WaWce' , n bill of r lo or chattel mortgagS
ronroylng four bar horses with haintis and c Vrt 4o
known H Lllggtn' four , Inhnnd team , to secure , tha
payment of n promissory note in Hio mm of lltWOi
dated October 1st , KS7. payable flfteon days after data
upon which thcro It now due and payablathoBUtn or
If.H'l and Inlorest thciron , rrora the 1st day of
October 1SS7 , nt tbo rule of ten percent per annum.
Sold Instrument was duly ntod and recorded In the
ocico of tbo countyclerkuf ftoutflasconoly.Nsbraska.
on tbo M itny of March tet : and whereas said WlT *
llain Wallace , for value received , thereafter nwlgned
all his right , title und Intercut In nnd to said Initru *
ruent nnd the property therein described. and the
promissory uoto secured thereby , to tbo undarilgned ,
w'llKUKAB.onthoM cl r of November 1887 , laja O.
B. Hindus oxccnted and dellrored to Gladstone Bros.
A. Co. , a chattel mortgage upon the property horitn-
botote mentionedsubject to the laW Instrument *
ocuteit to \ \ Illlnm Wallace , and upon all oftup other
property hereinafter doserlbcd , to recurs the car *
incut ot the following promissory nptoai Ono rpfo
for MHO * ) , dated Jnljrzath Kit. payable Autuattb ,
lhS7. Ono note for till8. 9datad Aug. 15th , ISSt.pay
brpt. laii , 1SS7 ! Ono note for tA87 ra.dated OH , flat
pnyublo lice. 6tli 1SS7 : Ono iioto for I46SUJ , dated . . .
21st. Io7. paynblo Uce. SOtti lS7i Ono note for tl.WiU r. )
datedMor. vd 1897 , parable on demand , with Intorttt
on nil of said notes from dam nt tha rntp of lu per
eont per annum , acoordlnu to tlio todor pf aald notes ,
upon "liku snUl promissory uoto > thcro lo now duo
tlio fotlotrlni ; > nms to-irlti
RieOA ) and Interest at 10 per cent from July JOth ,
tU3 nn < l Interest at 10 par cent from August 1JIU
fJW.OT and Interest at 10 per cent from October 21st ,
f (93. DT ana Interest at 10 per cent from October 2bt ,
JU.V..M and Interest Uioroon at 10 per cant from
bald chattel njprtcnuo was duly filed and record d
In the otllco of the county clerk of uouglai county.
Nebraska , on tba 2 < th day ot December 1MT , nnd
WUKHKAB.on tlio'Jltli day of Deoeraber , 1BH7 , tald
C. 8. HlKirliis executed nnd dellfered to Olai tnno
Urus.ACo. , a second chattel mortgngo of inlU date
upon the property herein described to swuro lhppoy >
mont ( it three promissory notes ns Jollbws , to-\ift !
Ono note I or 831.y dated lec. 2UU , 1S7 , payable on
Ouo nutoforllTj.OOiintod Dec. 2 tb , 18S7 , paynblo CO
One note fur 31,000 dated Doo. Situ , 18T , payable n )
dnj s after date , and upon whlohsald proiultsory notfll
tbo following sums nre now dne and unpaid.
J5.tl.3S nad interest tberoon ut 10 per cent per annum
from Dec. 24tb , ISbT.
1175 00 unit Interest thcroon at 10 per cent from nctf.
2Uh , 1SS7' whlchsald second chnttclmOrie'flEO wpsilult
filed and recorded In the office of tbo county clerk o ]
UouKlas county , on the iltn day of paceubsr , 187.
Now , tliorofcro. dolault hnrlng been ninxie In tba
piiyruont of old sums now romalnlnc duo and unpaid
us spcclilcnllj Hbovo nut forth. O lads ion o Ilroi. A ( Jo. ,
will sell the property In said bill of sale and chattel
mortgages ucucrlbed at publlo auction at Hlgilna *
brlcU burn on the alloy Immediately north of Lt ven-
worth street , between litli ohd Ittb streets In the city
of Oraulm , Douglas cnunty , Nebraska , on Saturday ,
tbo lull day ot Juno IfcSS , coinracnclug at 10 o'clock a.
m. , of snldUttT , which znld property U described aa
tollows , to-wlt :
One pair of grey horses , nbout nine yean of ago
carn.usoit nsnlKhttcum on llli'iln ' hack , tonotbeiC
with double hurncss ngcd on itfila boritts ; aliv Ma
uncki ono pair of bobtullud.bronu UoMda.fUi.'ll nbOUt
BOTCU years of IIKC , tocetncr with double hartitsi
used on null ) horses , also ono Victoria camnstr. Una
pulr of uiurttum slrad bay horses , each about seven
yenrs of nko , tO'gfthcr with double harness used oh ,
aald ho i < 9 , itlso ouo"MuadlmbcrmHko" cuupo. OnO
liHlrot wliltu ponies thought In Fremont , Neb. ) , tot
Keller with double harness u d on bald pouloj , untl
oneMeaillmbermakoUurruy wnifoa.Ono pnlr of largo
bay liuri-es. ono horse six years of are and on * nine
years of nc. together with double harness used on
paid horsesand ono lumber a on. hald teiim.har-
ut'33 mid wagon known as "fnrm rig. " Onu pair at
roan horses nnch ulno years of uge , tnoulutn alzea ,
tuKethortth double harness usua on satu horses.
Ouo uorrel her e , il.tru , vrl h while fuco , nUout nlua
years uf vgo. Ono bay liorno about eleven /etira of
niti * . Onu onydur inaku road wugoii. Onu road ragon
niarto In Council lllnlls , dark box , ecar red. OqorfnT-
tier ninko open pole biiKt'y , rlnele seuted. Onenrir
top bugiiy , MIdor muko. Ouu new nbactOtC Hnytlor
iniiku. ono new i astern muko , double seated $ urrny.
Also , tour bu > hor-ien , ! tno\ru us lil eliU' ' > pur til Hand
tvuni , with Imrucbs and eorrlngo uiett wltll sumo.
UljADaTONH 1HO3. | & CO. ,
Ai'lKiii'08 A. Mortgacoea. lly
J. T. KKNNKDY. Thulr Attorney.
Omuhu , Neb. , iluy 2Kb , Ibis.
m 2J-10 MJ
C. T. HAK.RISOW ,
418 South 16th Street.
< Jfc7 OHO Hlnl'lantl place , West I'nmnm street. 8
( ) P \J\.I\J \ room liouao , tiasnnd city wnterBOOUwell ,
nlcctrlccull bolls nnd burglar alarm to every door
nml window , house lipatod by furnace , laundry In cot-
Inr , barn for two horses and cow , with iiiau'g room In
the barn , vranury , cnul and carrlaKO houso. Terms
mnall cash piiynient. balance In monthly oryoarly pay-
nionts or all In monthly payments. A barualn for tUu
most fimtldloiis ,
< Cl'\ ' fffll'inscoin \ I'luco. House T rooms , lot
< jp JUUUWxlrjOi terms r..OUOciiah , balonoo laud i
founders St. , lot 40x110 ; Iioue7rooma
cellar , well mid diterm terms ) icasU ,
,3nnl i wlll'lrudo for olher property.
Ilnnsc-oin Place , house 9 rooms , well ,
4l'-j.j-/v \ clslorn , east front , umntol ; turins , V
cush , balitnco arranged for.
( ; Q nflrt Central Turks now house of 10 rootm ,
'jTt'jUUvsouth front ; well und tllteroil cistern , col *
lur. bnrn for 4 hews , laruo chicken houso. Turra/ ,
HMUcnsh , bnlHiiro 1,2 und .lycan.
Qit > ( tn "utli loth ht. . corner lot 1M foot on lOtli
tp ) J , Jv/W el. , by IVI Jcet ilccp. Two cottages on lot
costing il,3X ) ; room forllmoro cottages , shad trees ;
'I blocks frr.ni bt. cur line : iinlucuuibrunco. Teruii ,
F-Mca h , tmluncn In l.jand.lyearsi a big bargain.
'Itt'inn ' Windsor 1'lnco. east front , lot graded.
> J ! > JOV/l7iiliailUrL'i'S. ( nout 6 room onttago , tfood
well unit cistern , house Nnlsbod In ouk , bulltby owner
and llvoK In It , bnrn on lot. Terms H cash , balauoo to
suit purchimxr. . ,
< J ] O K ( \ fWiiliim IllllBroomeottaga , Rood well
Jp.iyJvAlHurn und out houses , all now , lot MX.
JM , terms usyi will trade for property near lOtli
street depot ,
( Jj/ ; ; OHO " ' 'O'1 ' ? l"t Add. New cottage 8 roomJi
ip - > , uVA/ well , cisternj ( a ulco home ) . Ternti B.WJ
ca h , balanoo l,3and,1yp rs ,
ffliO / OO Kalrmount 1'laco , nice oottego S roomT ,
tIP i ) Jv/\/cli'tun ! , well ami coal housu , 'i II abe ?
rait ( , | tu t front. Terms fllM lo II XX ) ca h | biUucg
K. V. Smiths Add. Ixit 70 ltO , twn-
( v vr story houtiu K rooms , 3 cellars , batli
room , 8 closets , pantry , baywlndow.barn , sbsdo and
fruit tr u , Urlik stoiu liuusu , y wulls with wind-mill
nnd pump. III ! bhl , clutern , gas and city water In
liousm turinsd.U'JU ' cu h , bulanco In 1 , it nnd a yeura.
< 8L ! nnn H. H H xer Add N. It. cor. 15th and
JJr 1 , VvyDonn > hi . , lie u < o H rooms , cisternoily
wat rIn IUIUHB. I itti , lent on irith , and 67 fueton
lorca i UTIIIH f 1..VU cu.li , balnnco muuthly pvyuieuU
uftlU. A liariialii ,
( CjO rrnn Hnulli 15th Ht , , H. K JlogeM Arid. Bast
< JpOttJvvfriuit , IIIHIIU I rooms , cistern liikltencni
aiiplugnnt hinma ! terms K.OUJ cniij , pnliuca oany or
will trmlu fur furui.
I.l t your property with
C , r. IIAIlftlHOIV ,
413 Ktnitli ISthHtroct
MADAM SCHACK'S '
AUDI ! Ml UAL-HOSE
Wlii'ru hbii | > ( 'lliie > Comfort anil
Huultli HID ilutlruil It In Itullijionn-
nl'lu Corpulvnt tliiurtrcuutnJ
HIM ! miult' lmpiilx In ilirco tu lr
iiionllK Women noml no lonxur
HI | T from wculdiCM of thulrerx
by niiiirlnx thla > ui > portur. Ouialo
liy lumtlnif iiu-rciiantii. Or fur Ur-
iulnr iiinl liilurmiitlon uudrini
EARL MFG. CO. ,
SOU KlaU ) HI. , Oth Flo op.
OJJIQAC10 , ILLINOIS
A. Jfoanrrvaa crwrss yew
OIB r * u. o u oi tf. rJwrmcr r MII rice.
Urab Orchsra Water Co , Louisville , Ky ,
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