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THE OKAHA DAILY FKTDAY , SEPTEMBER 1 * . 188&
STILL PROUD OF THE POET ,
Hia Trlpplo In the Eighth Won the
Ball for Omaha.
HAUGH7V PROHIBS VANQUISHED
The IjooaH T/eiu'e Molncs Witli
Two Dcfontn nnd ictory
to Their Cru
Western Asseiolatlon Standing.
Following Is the oniclal standing of the
Western n-ssoclallon teams up to and includ
ing yesterday's games :
Plavnel Won Lost Pr Ct
DCS Wolnes 07 ( ) ' ) ! H ,61'J
St. Paul 1 > S 00 S .012
Omaha 100 f.9 . 41 .MX )
ICnnsasCity 97 f,7 40 .f > S7
Milwaukee 11H ) 4 ! ) 57 .4il'J
Sioux Clly. . . ; fiO tt ! 34 , : i'.i3
Chicago 104 40 04 .IMI
Davenport 01 20 C'i .313
DON MolncH S , Oninlia 4.
Drs MOINES , la. , Sept. 13. [ Special Tele-
pram to Tnr. HKB. ] The Omaha team won
a great victory over the loaders to-day and It
was all doii'iby auierior | p'aying nnd a lucky
bunching of hits in the eighth inning. Ken
nedy did the twirling for the visitors and
judging tiy the results hero he is ono of the
besl pitchers Omaha has. Only six hits worn
Hindu off him and ho struck seven of the pro-
lilbltiouists out. Cushman ultcbed his usual
good game , but ho was found for seven
bases. The guina was close nnd exciting and
was nobody's victory until the eighth Inning ,
when Hums' tremendous hit with two mm
on base * won It for tlio visitors. Cooncy did
eplendid work behind the bat. There were
a couple of close decisions by the umpire ,
which apparently gave Omaha the worst ol
it. There was some vigorous kicking. Patsy
Tobeau objected to a strike which was calleel
on him and gnvo the umpire some buck talk ,
for which ho will pay $10.
The runs were obtained as follows : In the
fifth Inning Vim Dyke went to bat nnd Ile\v
out to Tobeau. Phclan got a single , stole
second , went to third on a life to Trott by an
error of O'Connoll , and scored on a choice
hit by Cushman. Troll soared on Holliday's
Blngle , nnd Shnfcr How out to Crooks ,
Stearns hit for a bag nnd the bases wcro full ,
but Macullor retired the * side by a lly ic
Annis. This netted two runs , all Dos Moiuep
Mice-ceded in getting. The visitors got a rur
in the third inning by O'Connoll getting tc
llrst on an error by Mncullar , stealing second ,
going lo third on Miller'8 out nnd scorinir or
Hums' choice , in the eight Inning O'Con
nell got n single , ns did also Miller , which
'rras followed by Kennedy striking out
liurn.s Ihen came lo bat and rapped out n
beautiful three bagger to the right flelO
fence. McOarr struck out , but Trott dropped
the ball and ho started for ilrst. Stcnrm
met him half way. Ho ran out of the line
nnd was called out , but Hums scored 01
Troll's failure to hold the ball. The score :
DliS MOINT. < 9.
Totals . .30 4 7 3 37 SO :
* McGnrr out for running out of lino.
Bos Moines 00 0 0 30 0 0 0- !
Omahu 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3
Runs earned Dos Molncs 0 , Omaha 3
Two base hlt-A Holliday(3) ( ) , Shufor , Coonoy
Three base hits Hums. Double plnys-
Trolt and Stearns ; O'Connoll nml Miller
Struck out Hy Cushman 4 , by Kennedy 7
BaROS on balls Hy Kennedy 3. Uasoa fron
being hit by pitched ball Uy Kennedy 1
Wild pitches Kennedy 1. Time 1 : UO. Urn
Kaunas City : $ , Nioux City O.
KANSAS CITI , Mo. , Sept. 13. [ Special To !
egrnrn to TUB Hue. ] The game to-day wa :
ono of the finest exhibitions of ball playlni
seen hero this season. For sever inninga
neither club got n man post second. Thi
Blues got the iramo In iho eighth by a Inckj
bunching .of hits and Genius' muff ot a fly
1'ho features of the game wcro Iho work o
the pitchers , the stop of a drive by Long
Johnson's third base piny and Manning1 !
running. Reynolds caught and throw t <
bases perfectly , and Brosnan nt second dn
the beat work for Iho Com Iluskcrs. Tin
Kansas City . . . .0 0000003' i
BlouxClty 0 OOOOOOOO-l
Earned runs Kansas City 1. Two-basi
hits Lontr , Vcacli. Hases on balls -O ;
Nicholls 2. Hit by pitcher Powell ( iJ.
Btruck out Hy Nichols , bv Sluhol P
Passed balls Nicholas 4. Left on bases-
Kansas City 4 , Siemx City 5. Virat bases 01
errora Kansas City 1. Time of gauic l:3U :
MllwnuUc.o 4 , St. Paul 4.
MH.TVAUKKH , Sept. Kl. [ Special Tolegran
to TUB Bar. ] Milwaukee and St. Pan
played on elovon-lnnln ? gume to day , whicl
ended In a tie on account of darkness. So\v
dera and Griffith were the opposing pitchers
and both did excellent wurk. Sowdcrs strvc !
out seventeen men. He was lilt safely r.l
times , while the visitor * uoi live hits ol
Orlimh. The score :
Milwaukee. ! -
BU Paul..l 0000002010-
Earncd runs Milwaukee 3 , St. Paul i
First base on balls-Off Cirimth 4 , off Sow
tiers a Struck out Hy Sou-dors 17 , b
Urlftlth 1. Throe-huso hits-Walsh , Bar !
Homo run MoAleer. Double plnys WaUl :
XvIuCnbo nnd Huwcs. Passed bulls Hroujjli
ton 1 , Crossley 1. Wild pitches SowOcrs 1
Umplro-Quest , Time 3:10. :
CTilontroU , Davenport 9.
DAVRNPOIIT , la. , Sept. Kt. [ Special Tclo
gram to TUB lies. ] The ftmo between Da\
onport and the Chicago Maroons to-day re
ultoel ID reversing iho score of yesterday
McCttultcy , the loft handed iwlvlcr , pltohcc
good narao for Davenport and was hard fo
lh Maroons to tlod , n was Turner for tli
home te n. Koogun received a scalp woun
ID the fifth Inning while sllellnctolhird bate
Dorun , IB Jumping ovrrUm to catch theba
thrown to put him out , struck him with hi
foot. The Karoo was devoid of briUiuv.
Iilny * . Tht secret
Dfiveoport 0 10001000-
Chlcaco 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - .
Ha a hlU-TJavenport , Chicago 1. ; Urryi
t-Davenport 4 , Chicago n. Pilolicts M <
Cnulley und Turner. Umpire r'cs < ertden.
Jfc tor < lAy'o Winners hi tlio Nntlonn
IIV.-IKIIQ Contest * .
fVrrpruuo , Sept. IB. llcsult ofto-ii.iy' '
Fame 0 t 0 0 0 9 0 1
Washington 9 *
I'itohor * Smloy and ICecfr. Hose hits-
riunbursr 7 , Wnshlnjion ia. Krrors I itt <
cure I > Wmhlngton 'J. Umpire IColly.
PKTKOIT , S ; > t 13. R * ult of to-day'
Ilttrol ! A 11000801-1
Philadelphia..0 1 0 0 1 Q 0 0 0--
. .PiutcriaeUein t d Saade.- * . But * Mt
Detroit 15. Phllallelphla 7. Errors Detroll
C , Philadelphia ! } . Umplro Lynch ,
IKIIIAXAPOLIS , Sept. 13. Result of today's
Indianapolis . . . ,0 '
Boston . . . .0 S K
Pltc'hcrs Hurdlck nnd Clnrkson. Hasohits
Indianapolis 10 , Boston 11. Errors Indian
upolls 2 , Hoslon 7. Umpire Valentino.
Cute AGO , Sept. 13. Result of to-day'1
Chicaco . 0 1 0 n 0 0 0 1 0 I
New S'ork . 0 1
Pitchers Tenor and Welch. Base hlts-
Chlcago 10. Now York 5. Errors Chicago
2 , Now York 4 , Umpires Daniels ane
ST. Louis , Sept. 13. RoHuit of to-duy'f
St. Louis . 0 I 0 1 0 0 0 0 J f
LeT.'Uvlllu . 0 !
PiiitADKU'iitA , Sept. 13-Rcsultof to-day's
Alhlelics . 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 B 0 I
Baltimore . 0 00100000-1
MuConlc Kl , Arnpnlioe O.
MtCooK , Neb. , Sept. lii. fSpccial Tele
gram to Tun BBE. ] MuCoolt defeated Arapahoe
pahoo here to-day in a hard fnught game b }
a score of 10 to 9. Both loams hit the ball
hard , but tlio line playing of the inllold of Ihc
McCooks nud limely hitting won Iho game ,
McCook extends a challenge to all comers
for the ) anrateur championship of the stale.
t ) , MlMHotirl Valley n.
A game of ball was nlaycd nt Missouri
Valley Tuesday afternoon , which resulted
as follows :
Logans . 3 1
Missouri Vallcys.O 0-1
Batteries Hart and Wood for the Logans :
MoLangUlIn and MuCekughlln , Missouri Val
ley. Hose hits Logans. 4 ; Missouri Valley ,
0. Errors Logans , 1 ; Missouri Valley , l > .
Struck out Hart ! i , MoLaughlin 4.
Jack Flynn will go to Australia with th (
Chicago Dull team.
SpauldinK's Australian teams have beci
booked for Omaha for the 31th of October.
Jack Mcssltt is playing second base for ihe
Troy international association.
The pool rooms are ottering two to ono or
the Hardins for the Sunday games with thi
It is suid that big Wilson has boon laid of
without pay. Ho did not accompany the
team lo Ujs Moincs.
Hart showed himself to bo qulto t
twirler. He Is ono of the John J. Ilardln
city league team pitchers , and will bo hoard
from in another season.
The Omahas close the season at Milwaukee
koo on the Oth ot October , whereupon thoj
will immediately disband the entire' team , a1
it is at present constituted , will bo rcservee
The Omahas will bo homo to-day. The
Prohibitionists will accompany tliom , and to
day play Ihc llrst game of the last scric ;
with the local team at Association park ,
Tncv also play Siturday und Sunday , whicl
winds up the professional season in this citj
_ _ _ _ _
Summaries of Veftorelny'H Unccs nl
CuiCAeio , Sept. 13 'Pho weather was
clear and cool , the ailcndanco fair and llu
First race , three fourths of a mile McKee
H. won , HlossiiiK second , Uedlight third
Second race , ono mile llopedalo won
Hamlet second , Moonstone Ihird. Timo-
1 :4i : : } $ .
Third race , ouo milo und a furlong Ee
Mack won , Comedy second , Colonel Hun
third. Time l:5Vf. : .
Fourth race , seven furlongs--Cupd ! won
Luke Alexander second , Fred Woolley third
Time l:3 : ! f.
Fifth race , ono and one-fourth miles .lohl
Daly won , Honita second , Woodcraft third
Hampilen Purk Unues.
i.o , Mass. , Sept , 13. The tracl
\vas in good condition at the third rtny'i
races at ILimpJen park this afternoon.
Pacer Johnston attempted to break hi'
ree-ord of 3:0e : ) > with a running mate , bul
succeeded in inaKlng only 3VJ. :
In the untlnlshed $5OJLi guaranteed stake
race for liorses in the 3 :23 : class Geneva i
won , J. B. Richardson second , Kit Curn
third , T. T. S. fourth. Boat timo-2:18jA : !
Froo-for-all pacing race ( untinlshcd iron
yesterday ) Gossip Jr. won , Jowett second
Joe L. Ihird , L. C. Leo fourth. Best time-
2:20 : class , trotting , purse $1,500 SpafToh
won , General Smith second , Pilot Kno :
third , Lucillo's baby ruled out. Best tirno-
Spcclal race , purse $ lr 00 Rnro Ripe won
Chui-llo Ho 'iin second , Governor Bill drawn
Beat lime 2.3J.
Hut ono licat was trotted In tlio 2. 31 ! class
Elda B. winning in 3:23 : , ' .
In Iho freo-for nil Irotting race Rosaline
Wilko.s Jogged over the course in 2 : 12 for hci
entrance money , thcro being no other con
. in , Sept. 13. Racing results :
First race , S,0 : trot , purse $700 ( po tonci ] )
from Wcdnuaday ) Argentine won , Cla '
Davis second , Botly Jones Ihird , Jennl'
Sprague fourth. Best time 2:3.l : > i.
Second race , 2l : ! ; stallion stakes , valu
$175 Goldlenf won , Mulatto seronJ , An
tonolto Ihird , Laeo Dealer fourth. Bos
timc-3:34h' : .
The third rare was between Patron nm
Prince Wllkos for a special purse of J3.ROI
Princn Wilkessold atIOJ to $ iO on Patron
Tlio tlrst heat was won by Patron by a neck
After the heat Prince WilUcs sold nt $50 ti
S" . " , and won the next three heats handily
though Patron came up to him In the fourtl
heat. Hr-sttimo 2:1 : .
Fourth race , blue ribbon stake , for three
yoar-olds , vahm fiSJ Alcargctta won , Got
lluo setcond , Holmes third , Hod Fern dla
lanced. Uei.it time 3:2. : .
IUT , Sept. 13. The wo.itho
was perfect to-'lay.
Ono and one-eighth miles Terra Cott
\vonui2.UJU5 , Lottie Wall second , PJOS
One and ono eighth milesWahoo win 1
li.-fl. Grisctto second. Raymond Ihird.
Three-fourths of a milo Egmont won i
1.17 2 r , Urlttanlo second , Tiiistaff Ihird.
Groal oasicrn handicaii , throe-fourths of
milo Diablo won in 1:17 : , Carroll second
One and one-fourth miles Lctrothi won i
2:12 2-5 , Troy second , King B Ihird.
Ono and ono-fourlh mlles , on turf San
talono won in 3:15 : , Lolex second , Orland
Dannie NVrdlnun Dcfcnteel by mil
Moycrs In Minneapolis
MiS.VEU'Oua , Minn. , Sept. 13. [ Spccia
Telegram to TUB Hei : . ] The tight botwcc
Dannlo Nocdluun , of St. Paul , and Bill ,
Moyors , of Stroator , 111. , occurred this ever
ing at the Washington rink. It was fc
$1,000 a side , 75 and 25 per cent of the gate rf
celts and the light weight championship o
the norliiwu'jt. Small gloves wore used an
thollght WHsaoi-ordlngto Mnrquh of Qu cm
The ilpht provo'l ' a very interesting on
from n Bclcntlllc view , as more real scionc
was displayed than has over baforo boo
witnessed in this city. Tlio two men wor
very evenly matched , Nccdham llshting c
184 and Meyers at ISlJf. , lee Mannlx , n n
porter on the Pionexr Pruss , was chose
referee , Durlnj ; the first part of the ilyr
the two men were about oven , the punio )
mcnt being very llcht on both sides , until i
thu eleventh round , wLen the Stivatorbei
wont m , hi ? man furiously and pounde'd hit
rlfht and left. Neodbam fell on b !
knees nnd ran around thn nn *
grcal deal to avoid punishment. From ths
oat Necdhara puwue-a Fubtin tactics an
fetich * with Um evident Intention ol couurlii
a draw , A clean kncclc down was not s'-orc
on either side. Nandham secured ill st blv < >
In the econd roun-J. The last rounds wer
of no intcrost , iho rounds closing In mun ;
case * without a blow boloe ; strui-k. Afto
the\\enticih round bad beta fought th
, nitre * kwatdud Uoycri tba light on point :
A Short and Uninteresting Session
of the Sonata.
INTER-STATE COMMERCE BILL ,
A .Measure Amendatory Tliercte
Passed by the House An
Act to HcKiiIato Hail *
Sept. in. In the senate , n' '
the suggestion of Mr. Allison , Mr. Heck wa !
overused from service , on account ol illness
on the confTcneo committee on the sundrj
civil appropriation bill , and Mr. Cockrcll wa'
appointed In his place. Mr. Allison had re
celvcd n telegram from Mr. HeC1t Fortress
Monroe , asking for Iho change , nnd anyinj :
that ho was improving slowly.
Mr. Snooner's resolution ns to political
murders in Texas was reforreel to the com'
mltteo on contingent expenses , when the
Cnineso exclusion bill was taken up , nnd Mr
Jones of Nevada proceeded to nddross the
Bcnnte on the subject in support of the bill.
Aflor Mr. Jones finished his speech it wnf
agreed that the vote on Mr. Hlalr's motion tc
reconsider be taken nt 2 o'clock to-morrow.
WASIUNOTON , Sept. 18. In th o house to
day , on n motion of Mr. Fbrncy of Alabama
n Joint resolution was passed cxtcndine :
until October 1 the existing appropriation *
for the sundry civil expenses of Iho govern
The house resumed consideration of the
Bcniito bill amendatory of iho inter-state
Mr. Anderson of lowe offered nnd advo
catcd the following amendments : That in all
civil actions and proceedings of whatovei
naluro arising under the act , entitled nn ncl
to regulate commcrco , approved February !
1SS7 , and under all acts amendatory thereof ,
concurrent Jurisdiction with United State *
courts Is hereby conferred upon state court'
of competent Jurisdiction , and said commis
sion ( tlio intor-stato commerce commission )
is hereby authorized and required to pro
scribe for the use and guidance of saiel
common carriers in making iheir sched
ule of rates nnd charges for transportation
of poisons and property , uniform classillca-
lion , and shall transmit copies thereof tosalel
common carriers on or before the first Mon
day in January , IbS'J ' , and thereafter the fail
ure and relusal of any such common carriers
to observe such classifications in making
schedules of rates snail bo an unlawful acti
nnd all rates and charges not in conformity
with said classification shall bo unreasonable
rates and charges. The amendments were
Mr. Anderson of Kansas offered amend
inonts empowering and requiring the com
mission to execute the pro visions of the inter'
st ito commerce law , and declaring al ) pool
ing unlawful. Adopted.
Mr. Orosvenor submitted nn amendment
making it unlawful for a common carrier
subject to the provisions of this act lo carry
refined oils and other petroleum products ,
cottonseed oil nnd turpentine for anj
shipper in any lank or cylinder
cars , who shall own , lease or control
llio same in any manner except
upon condition that said carrier shall charui
the same rate for transportation of said pro
ducts in wooden packages or barrels in cai
load lots as in said tank or cylinder cars , saiel
tank and oyllnelcr cars and saiel wooden
packages or barrels being carried free ir
eacii case. The amendment was adopted.
The bill as amended was Ihen passed with ,
Mr. Wilson of Minnesota , on behalf of Ihc
committee on commerce , called up and the
house passed without amendment the follow
ing bill :
Section 1. Where any railroad company
heretofore chartered or incorporated , 01
which hereafter may bo chartered or incor
porated , or shall build , construct or operate
u railroad through , acros&or into the terri
torial limits of any state or territory of the
United States , the lolls , ratct > and fare'
made or charged for the transportation ol
property or passengers over or upon sucl :
roael or roads for trafllc within the limits o :
a state or territory , and the tariffs nnd sched
ules theroQi , shall bo subject to the legisla
live control of and by the several states ane
territories through , across , or into whicl
such road or roads are constructed , built 01
operated anything in the charter of or noli
of congress creating such company or companies
nios , or any law of any state or territona
legislature enacted in purt.uanco of sucl
charter , or act of incorporation , to the con
trary notwithstanding ,
tat Suction 3. That section 1 of this nc
shall apply only to the carrlagi
and transportation by such compan ;
or companies of passengers am
property wholly by railroad , or partly bj
rallroael and partly by water , when both an
used under common management control o
arrangement , from ono place or station te
( mother place or station , both being withir
the territorial limits of ono state , and tho.i
shall In no case apply to any eouimqrco bo
tWPuu states , territories or into foreign coun
The contest over the Oklolmma bill was
then resumed. A motion uiado by Mr
Springer of Illinois lhat Iho house go inti
committee of the whole for consideration o
that measure disclosed no eiuorum. A call o
the house was ordorcd. Only 123 membon
responded , nnd Mr. Sowdou of Pcnnsylvanlii
offered a resolution revoking all loaves ol
( ibscnco except those granlod on account o ;
sickness. This precipitated n spirited polltl
cal dobalo which was participated in by ti
do/.on momboM. Without further actlou or.
the resolution iho house udjunrnod.
TI IK MODKST PillfjANTILUOl'IST
Indications Tliat His Name ; is I cvl P
Nr.wYouK , Sopl. 13. [ Special Tolegrnn
to Tins Hun. ] Several gentlomcn win
usually know what they nro talking abou
any to-day that the generous donor of tin
fli.OC'O ' anonymous contribution to thi
mayor's yellow fever fund Is lion
Lnvl P. Morton , the ropublicai
candidate for iho vice presidency
His name was generally mentioned 11
relation to the gift about the city hull am
Wall street this morning. The unostentn
tlous manner of Iho gift closely resemble
Mr. Morton's method of aiding worthy churl
ties. It was several weeks before his inn
niilccnt gift to the victims of the great Irisl
famine was bnown to the public nnd then I
was against his will. In Iho minds of Mr
Morion's friends Ihero seems to bo no doub
resarding his ielontlly with the mystorloU !
llOMim ) HY A nilOOKIiYN BEliTjI3
Valuable ) Diamond * Htoloii Ry i
Daughter ofn Wealthy itrokcr.
HKOOLV.V , N. Y. , Sept. 18. Miss Taur ,
Lent , aged nlnrtnon years , a belle in Hroob
lyn siciciy and daughter of Arthur Lent , i
wealthy retired broker , was arraigned yes
tcrday In Justice Walsh's court on u charg' '
of stealing $ jK ( ) worth of diamonds from tin
Juwclry store of Phillip W. Taylor. Th
properly waa found in her possession. Sh
otlorod no OKCIISO for having taken tb
Jcwolry , and bur frionda are at a loss to nc
counl foeiho Ihcft , as her parents nro will
ing enough to supply her with all the gem
she neeels. The case was adjourned. Mis
Kent , besides bcinij beautiful , is possessed o
some marked ejualltles as n singer , havlni
frequently sung In public.
Dnvllt'd Statement Authentic.
LONDON , Sept. 18. Uavitt wilies loth
secretary of the Parnoll commission that h
novcr sanctioned the publication of his stale
men ; , and thai ho did not know that any
body intondcd to publish it. Ho admits th
authority of the document.
( iraiu Kiucs lleieluceel.
lUiTlMOi'.B , Sept. 1 ! ) General Traftl
Manager Harriott , of the Haltlmore ft Ohio
to-day ordorcd n reduction of 5 cents per 10
or grain from Chicago , Mew York and Hal
The republican flntnbcuu ulub vvil
moot at IU armory tbU uvcuing.
SKVUNTII WAIII > HUSOliVKS.
Decided OpptiHlflou to
There was n largo , nnd enthusiastic meet'
Ing nt the Seventh Wnrel republican club lasl
evening at which the following resolutions
were IntroduccdTiy .1. W. Eller , and after a
full discussion wcro adopted by a unanimous
vote. Mr. Kllcr unJ , the secretary were in
structed to deliver a copy of Iho resolutions
to each republican e-lub In the county , nnd
ask their consideration of Iho same :
Resolved , That the resolution adopted by
Iho republican state convention , favoring the
submission of the prohibition eiucstlon to the
people of the stare , h is no binding foreio or
ofToct upon the republicans of Douulas county
or nnj" other senatorial or representative dis
'J That each senatorial or representative
dlstricl respectively i * the highest and only
authority which govern- ? the senators and
representatives In tlio lcgisliuL'l'0.
; i That the liquor traffic cnn.be uO'tcr con
trolled under the present high license Sys
tem than by u constitutional prohibitory
I That iho adoption of Jiblll submitting
such constitutional amendment lo a vole of
Iho people would bo a damage to the gen
eral business prosperity of our city und
county , would retarel Iho growth of the city ,
would unsettle the values and result In n
general depression of business throughout
5 That any county , city or village * where
public ssntliiiont will uphold prohibition , can
moro effectually prohibit the sale of liquors
under our present law limn it could under a
0 While wo concede the right to nny
county , city or village to determine by n ma
jority vote whether it will undertake to con
trol the liquor traffic bv liconsio or by prohi
bition nnd determine for itself what may bo
its best inloresls , wo claim that wo , as n
county or city , have that same right , nnd we
assort lhat there is no Justice In the claim ,
that citizens of this state residing 100 miles
from onr city should bo permitted to cast
Ihelr vote in judgment upon a subject of po
lice regulation , nnd compel us under the
guise of a proposition to amend the constitu
tion , to suffer the general disadvantages
which would bo entailed upon our community
by the .subin'sslon of Iho prohibition question
to n vote of the people of the stato.
7 Therefore , as a republican club , wo re
gard it as Important that ull republican can-
elldatcs for the scnnto and house' of repre
sentatives In this e-ounty shall bo men who
will use all honorable means to prevent the
adoption of a measure by the legislature
submitting a constitutional prohibitory
8 To the end that the position of the re
publicans of Douglas county may bo properly
represented to tlio people upon this and
olhcr local issues , wo favor an early call for
the republican county convenlio.i , nn ag-
crre-sslvo campaign , and moro than ono
thousand majority for the local republican
THK IIKAH II3I > .
Perforate * . I by .Inelso Dundy'H Bullets
nt a Trylnjj Moment.
A relative of Judge Dinidy in this city re
cently roralvoel n letlor from a mrmibor of a
hunting party which was at the time in the
vicinity of Medicine How Park , Wyoming.
The letlor , among other things , convoyed
the Intelligence that ) Judge E. S. Dundy ,
of Iho UnlleJ Stllten district court , on
the 20th of August , narrowly escaped with
his lifo in a contest with a savage silver-tip
bear. Judge I ) unify had just arrived on his
annual vacation trip , and was traveling by
horseback with his uioaoa , Mrs. Kunur D.
Frank of Oaiaha , und Mrs. E. W. Howe of
Atchlson , to a hunting camp where ho e'x-
pected to Join J udgo David .1. Brewer of the
United States circuit court , and other
friends who had preceded him two
weeks. As they wcro nearlng the
camp , riding leisurely along a
path on the side of u mountain , n savage silvertip
ver-tip boar , driven by shots from the other
side of the mountain , broke through the
bushes twenty fcut distant , and with a sav
age roar and desperate lunges made straight
for one of Iho laelios , who rode nearest to Hie
brute. With courageous gallantry , Judge
Dundy leaped from 'Ills horse , nnd , jumping
to tlio side of Iho path , stood between the
bear and Iho ladles. Ho had his Winchester ,
whicii ho drew upon the bear , which by th is
time was advancing on his hind logs , his
torologs outstretched for the death ling , a
boar's favorite mode of atlacb. Judge Dundy
llred , but , although the bullet took effect , it
eliel not stay Iho progress of Iho bear. On
came Iho furious unimnl , Judge Uundy
atill shielding Iho ladies. Once the brute
laid his monster paw on the Judge's shoul
der , tearing his coat and lacerating Iho skin ,
but by a skillful movement he escaped the
hug and drawing bead once moro brought
the boar to Iho ground. Ho then called the
ladies and found Mrs. Frank dangling
by one foot , caught In a rope in the saddle ,
her horse mabing fearful lunues. U.y n miracle -
aclo the lady was rescued from her predica
ment und the two led to the bear. It was a
monster briito , weighing about 1,000 pounds.
Two hours wcro occupied in skinning it , and
Judge Dundy will bring Iho pelt homo as a
trophy of the event. Judge Dundy is n pertcd
boar hunter and has been going to Medicine
How park and elsewhere to hunt bears for
thirteen months , but last month's evcnl is
Iho greatest bear episode of his life. The :
Judge baa not yet returned from the west ,
and his verification of the above could not be
had. Mr. Albyn Frank , deputy clerk of the
United States court in Omaha , was seen , and
would not deny the story , saying that lie bae ]
heard It before. Mr. Frank is a brother ol
Mrs. E. W. Hown. of Atchlson , who is re
ferred to In the letter as having been ono ol
the party attacked by the boar.
TUB HUB mentioned the epUodo briefly
some days ago. _
A Question of Policy.
Judge Savage , a government director ol
the Union Pauitlc , was asked what ho
thought of the result of the conference with
Mr. Adams. Ho expressed the opinion that
Iho directors of Iho Union Pacilio were In
favor of building a union depot in Omaha ,
but they did nol feel warranted in doing so
under existing circumstances. There had
been kept up in Nebraska n bitter warfare
against the railroads , nnd consequently they
were nol disposed lo invest Hero.
"Would the passage of the Outhwalto bill
presage great improvements in Omaha by
the Union Pacific 1"
" 1 ethlnlt so , and lo a ccrlaln extent
throughout the state. "
"Will the recent action of the stale board
of transportation in postponing a reduction
of rates , have any inlluenco upon the coni'
puny In the matter of prospective improve
ments ! "
'I think the action will have a tendency to
favor the Improvements. "
"In nny event , do you think the road could
bo Induced to do anything for Omaha before
the election of state ofllejors and the close ol
the next legislative session I"
"Probably not. "
"What about the contract obligations ol
tlio road with the clly'daiing back u numbci
of years I"
"I do not tliink there Is anything In lhat
further lhau a verbal promise of Iho road U
mcel the demand of a giowlngclty. The cit
izens of Oni.thn have thomseilvos lo blame
Ihut the Union Pacific did not provide ade
quate elepot incllitics for all time when Ihc
present structure was erected. The road at
that itmo proposed lo put up a temporary
building ami asroo to later on build a mag
nillcenl union depol , .bul our people wouldn't
have il , nnd you sco iho result.
Hailroad .No lew.
Assistant General Manager Mellon ane !
General Superintemlciit/ Dickinson left foi
Han Francisco yesterday Iq consult the Cen
tral Pacific ofllciuls about urranglng a more
satisfactory train service.
Since September a Iho tariff Imposed on
freight from all points in Chicago was re
duced tninpor.irilv , Iho ratei charged bolus
f roui f.0 to * 2"i per car , but after September
2J the old rates urc to go Into effect again.
On next Tuesday the Fremont , Klkhorn A
Missouri Valley will run an excursion train
from Norfolk and all intervening points for
the bonorlt of these wishing to attend the
Siege of Sobusto | > ol.
.Too Burns , night porter ut the Mil-
Inrd , had a log broken hist night. Ho
jumped into the ascending olovntor ,
and before Ito got his log In It was
caught between the elevator nnd the
II. Ncunian , a Gorman , refused to pay
n garbage man for hauling uwuy his
mid was urroatod.
MAINE'S FINE STOCK SOLD ,
Sheriff Ooburn Knocks It Down tc
A PROMISING LEGAL QUARREL
A Suit to Set AMtlo the Salt ; Will Iti
Instituted InVhleh Knisy
KuvuIatloiiH nro Freely
A Bljr Hoiul Signed.
C. K. Mnyno's bh stock farm nt Vnllc :
presented an aninntcd scene yesterday. Mr
Mnyno's futhcr , nrtncd with n shotgun , Imi
boon left in possession of the promises , bn
when SherilT Coburn nndhls deputies , nrmet
with royal nuthorlty , came to seize the stocl
ho olTnrcd no reslstnnoo. Charles Corbett
Congressman Dorsoy , Attorney Cavsiaugh
C. E. Mayno and other Interested porsom
wore present , und of course the proceed
Ings drew n crowd of curious onlookers.
The bnrns were nnae.ilcd , ntid the valua
hlo nnlmnls locked therein wore driven forth
The sheriff und his appraisers nt oneo so' '
about making an Inventory and r
valuation. They found 103 brooc
inarca , fifty geldings , stallions and colts
and ! J5 : ! cattlo. The lot were appraised ai
* 12.300 , less than halt their cost.
Congressman Dorsoy luid n second mort
lngo on tlio sleek for ? 5,00l ) , und threatened
to take n hand in the lo al proceedings II
Corbott , the holder of the first mortgage , re
fused to allow him a shnro of the property ,
An understanding was reached under whicl
Mr. Dorsoy took the ! i < 5 head of cattle at r
valuation of SV-00. Ho received sixteen ol
the marcs and colts for the balance of hi'
mortgage , and nil his claims were therchj
satisfied. Mnyno felt grateful for financial
favors from the banker congressman in the
past when ho greatly needed help , and glaellj
iravo his assent to this arrangement. Mr ,
Jersey had cotno from Washington to looli
nflor his interests , and at once made nrop.v
rations to scml his newly acquired stock te
his liorno at Fremont. The remainder of the
stock was put up at sheriff's sale and wa1
bid in for the mortgagee for $1,000 will
out opposition. Mnyno then ordered UK
buyer to remove tlio animals from the ranel
immediately , and Jubilantly announced thai
ho was glad ho would not have to feed then
next winter. The stock were driven out lute
the highway and men engaged to herd their
until the new owner could ilnd a place to pill
them , Most of the Omnlm men returned or
the late afternoon train. ShoriiT Coburi :
brought back in an insldo pocket a precious
document , in which Mr. Gcorpo K. Harkoi
hound himself In the sum of tS'lGOJ to make
restitution to C. 1C. Mayno for damage done
it the foreclosure proceedings bo not BUS
tainert by the courts.
That bond was the object of shrewi
schemimr , and Mayno's attorneys nchleved i
brilliant stroke of strategy in securing it
When Corbott llrst attached the stock , several
oral weeks ago , the proceeding :
wcro stayed by a compromise. Uor
belt and Mayno met in conference
and the former's attorney , Mr. John L
Webster , acted as their counsel In makinir at ;
agreement or contract or whatever it was ,
Tlio terms of that agreement have not beer
made public , but there is good reason for be
Moving that it was arranged Mayno shouli
have until September 13 to lift the mortgage
and that if ho failed the stock should then be
sold to the best advantage of those eon
corned. Hy tins arrangement , without
money to satisfy the lion , and without
friends to bid in the stock , Mayno had nc
protection ag.ilnst the inevitable loss of n
forced sale. Under this agreement the sale
was to bo taken out of tlio hands of the
sheriff and made a private instead of n legal
process , in which event no bond of indemnity
would have been required. On the face of
it it looks very much as though Mr. Corbett ,
or his attorney , came near executing u coui :
do grace on the unsuspecting Mayno.
As the day set for the sale approached
preached Mayno found himself unable
to meet the mortgage , and he
took log.U ndvlco. Tlio result has alread.v
been stated In Tun HII : , except as to the details -
tails of a paper drawn up by General Cowin
and served by Mayno upon Messrs. Charles
Corbett and ( ieorpo E. Harbor. The document -
ment was addressed to the two gentlemen
Tlio llrst clause recited the fact that or
July 15 , 18S7 , Mayno had executed n nnto and
mortgage for $ ' 20,000 and another for f 5,000.
both in favor of George E. Barker. Jt stated
that after consulting with his attorneys ,
Mayno had decided to assert his rights by un
appeal to the law. It concluded : "You are
nw.iro that all of tlicso alleged obligations
are wholly without consideration , wore secured
cured by oppression and fraud , and under duress -
ross and threats. 1 do not ewe n dollar ol
any of these obligations , but on the contrary
you nnd each of you are Indebted to me. "
In tlio next clause Mayno repudiate ;
the agreement referred to nbovo and
says it was made without benis ;
fully understood by him. He
charges that the attorney consulted at the
time was In collusion with Corbott aud
A third clause announces that Mayno will
assume possession of the stoe-k , anil gives
warning that any effort to dispossess him
except by legal moans would bo met bj
A fourth clause announces that Muyno U
having a bill prepared "to cancel und set
nsido the notes und mortgages referred tc
on the ground of want of consideration and
that the same were obtained by fraud , op
pression and duress. "
In conclusion Mayno offered to submit tc
the appointment of n receiver , who aliouh
take possession of the stock and hold II
subject to the decrees of tlio courts. Hi
also expressed a willingness to huvo an enrlj
In ouo of the clausps subsequent to the
first is a reference to n mortgage given Mr.
Harker on September 80 , Ib8 , but its beannf
on tlio case is not clear.
This document was dated nnd served Sop
tombcrll , 1SS3. That night Mayno drove
nut to Valley , locked up the stock and pul
his father in charge with n shotgun. Mr
Corhutt fell into the trap and called on the
sheriff to take forcible possession. Sheriff
Coburn consented ns u matter of course , bul
for his own protection demanded a bond foi
double the appraised value of the propcrtj
sei/oJ. The sheriff oven had a hint fron
Mayno'a attorney's that it was u pretty im
portant c.iso and ho had better bo particular
about getting u coed bond.
Mavno's attorneys are nt woi k on the
papers for his suit to set aside tlio mort
gages. If it proves successful ho will cat
on Mr. Harkor's bond for the value of hi :
Tlio controversy over the stock is undoi
the $20,000 mortgage ) nlono. How Mayne
catno to execute it without re
ccivmg nn equivalent is ono o
those things that outsiders have nol
found out. It has been intimated that it was
given as a on a
Among the revolutions promised In the
forthcoming suit is n letter from the cashier
of the Bank of Commerce on the subject ol
interest. It is hinted that its contents wll
open the eyes of the publlu and even o :
An Implosion ! Klrin AsuliiiM.
CUESTON , la. , Sept. 18. [ Special Tclograrr
to TUB HKK.J The Co onerativo Implement
nnd Hardware company , with nouses Ir
Crcston and Lenox. la , assigned to-day ,
The company was incorK | > ritod under the
name of the fuller Iinploniont company r
year ago , and recently chiui : i.- < l Its name a'
above. A. K. Fuller , the nuuii ur and licue
uiPinuor , estimates the assets n. f'0,000 , bill
nn inventory will probjbh icduco it u
J 15,000. The liabilities anmumown. .
The efforts to secure a democratlo house
caucus to arrange upon the order of business
and settle u | > on n day of adjournment. hur
boon temporarily abandoned.
The president to-dav sent to tlio sonata the
nomination of John P. Guspor , of ICnioloy
Iowa , to bo postmaster , and Units W. Crco
foot to bo associate Justice of the ( tupitiuu
court of the territory of Dakota.
Mexican Xo\vs. '
CITV or Mexico ( via Calvcuion ) , Sept. 13 ,
La Soalu reports the crops throughout tlie
state lost. Advices from Orizaba show thai
the loss of life ) by the recent floods numbri
forly-foui persons. The damage to projicrtj
amounts to moro thuti IJO..W ) .
5AI ) ,
A I'leincer XrnVrlliiK Mnn , l'rJlllll J"t
William Franco , n man widely known
nnd respected In business circles in
Omnlm nnd throughout the west ,
died at his homo nt Twenty-ssventh nnd
I'arbcr streets about 4 o'clock yesterday morn
lug. The immediate cause of his death was
heart trouble , but his nflllctlon dates back to
the tune of the war when , though only a boy
of eighteen , ho enlisted ns a sohiler , nnd
through constant exposure contracted u se
vere easei of rheumatism that has never loft
him well since.
Mr. Franco was the Hrsfof his family to
i-oino to Omaha , loavmg Hrooklyn , N. Y. , to
come to tills city in isir. His broth ors nnd
father followcel later. Mr. Franco
was nearly all his llfo a travel
ing salesman nnd was perhaps the llrst
courier of commerce Omaha over produced.
Ho llrst cast his fortunes with the ilrnt
of Edgar fc , Hereford and later with I' . H.
Sharp & Son. Two years ago ho was forced
by rheumatism to abandon the road. Ho
was prostrated with this ailment for n num
ber of months and later It developed into
heart disease , outline him off in his useful
ness ut the ago of forty-four.
Twelve years ago Mr. Franco was assistant
chief of the lh-o department und of late a
member of the Veteran Firemen's associa
tion. Ho stood high in Masonry , being a
member of Covert lodge No. 11. of Omaha
Chapter No. 1 , and Mount Calvary Com-
mandory No , 1. Ho was also a member of
U. S. Grant post HO , of the O A. U. All
these organizations will unite to-day to
bury him with distinguished honors. The
traveling men's assentation will also tuko
part. The funeral exercises will take phteo
at the Masonic loin pie , Sixteenth and Capitol
uvonuc , at 8 p. in.
A 1'AIIl Ol' ' KIRKS.
A Policeman CntolicH a Itnlty Tlic
Clictnlunl IJroak * Down.
A slight blaze occurred yesterday after
noon nt 4-30 through iho substitution of ker
osene for gnsolino in a gasoline stove. P. C.
Pottifer , who lives at Thirteenth nnd Chicago
cage streets , purchased n gallon of what ho
thought to bo gasolino. Ho charged his stove
with it nnd when ho applied n match the
stuff exploded , blazing to the coiling. Mrs.
Pottifer caught up her two-months-old baby
and throw It out of the second story window.
Ofllcer Vanous happened to bo underneath
nnd caught it , and when ho discovered what
it was nearly fainted at the possibility of
having missed it. Two women nnd u man
Jumped from the second story window and
alighted safely on the sieloxvalk. PoHifer
bought the kerosene n few moments before
at a grocery store in the neighborhood and
was siven it by a little girl through mistake.
The tire department was on hand promptly ,
but thcro was nothing for them to elo. The
damage was merely nominal. On the way to
tlio tire the chemical cneino broke an axle at
the corner of Thirteenth and Douglas street ,
but foi innately no om > was hurt.
Immediately following the alarm which
called out the department to the gasoline ex
plosion , an alarm came in from box , H. Thn
department hud a hard run to Ne ) . 9T9 North
Twenty-seventy street , where they found a
small barn on the premises occupied by Jo
seph Franklin on tire. It was iillod with hay
ami was blazing merrily The damage
amounted to about 5) ) . Children playing
with matches was the cause of the blaze.
A Council niitillto Itotibcil.
A Council Hluflltc , wnnso name could not
be learned , started for Omaha last evening
to see the town. On the dummy tiain ho
nift a young man , nnd dnring the brief con
versation which ensued they became ) very
friendly. The Council HlulTs young man
was invited by his now found friend to par.
lake of the evening meal then in progress at
the house of the other's brother. They
walked together down to the bottoms , and
when n secluded spot was reachrdtho new
found friend shoved a revolver under the
Hlullllto's nose and demanded his shekels.
Ho took everything in sight , and bidding his
Iowa friend "good night" slipped into the
darkness. The officers are looking for tlio
Hollod In Iho lai'kno-i .
II. Edgar , a laborer who hoards with n
party named Ueid , at Thirty-fourth and
Franklin streets , left homo after supper last
evening to take a stroll. During his walic ho
wandered into Hrandels1 saloon and me > t two
entertaining young men. They invited him
to take a walk , after they had quenched their
tliirst several times ut the oxpeuso of Mr.
Edgar. Tlio trio walked along until they
got under the Eleventh street viueluct. When
they reached the darkest snot the two enter
taining gentlemen jumped upon EJgar , and
while ono of thorn hold nnd gagged him the
other abstracted § 51 from his clothes. 'I'lio
police nro searching for Edgar's enter
tainers , and from the description given of
them , will no doubt arrest thoin ,
Klnpcd AVlth a Widow.
DUS.MOIXKS , la. , Sept.la. ISpccialtoTin ;
IJnc. ] H. K. Thomas , a harncus maker of
Huinestoiijdrcw what money ho had in bank ,
seine fsOO , and eloped with a widow namcel
McNccloy on Monday night. She lived In
another part of the county , bul had boon
SDCiuHn ? seine tlmu in Hunieslnn , boarding
with Thomas and selling underclothing.
Thomas was promincnl in religions and
social circles , being ; u Knight of Pythias and
prominent Mason ,
Tlio SIiiiiiniKleiiili Fnlr.
SIIENAXDOAII , la. , Sept. 13. [ Special Telegram
gram to Tin : Hr.n.J Thuro was a very largo
attendance at the district fair at this place
to-day and some very llnu cxliibiu weru
made ) In suvoral dupnrtmont.s. In thu mile )
and repeat running raca Prairie Queen won ,
Wlcklow second. Texus pony racn , Topsy
won , Snowball Mtcond. The 'J.M trot was
won by Marquis , Jobor soconel. Tlmu S-i1 } .
FELLOWS ON PROHIBITION ,
An Cipoii I'Ottor by the Pronldont of
HISTORY OF THE MOVEMENT ,
Colonel ,1. 11. Sweeney Nominated for
CoiiRfCssinnn In tliu Knurl li
District Ki-oslM In Con-
Hern' lown Seoiifcd Prohibition.
W\TT.III.OO , la. , Sept. 13. [ 'Special Tele
gram to TJIR Ht.n.J Kov. S. N Fellowd , of
this city , president of the Iowa 'State Temperance -
peranco alliance , and an ardent opponent of
the third party movement , to-day made pub
lic n letter , In which ho sots forth clratly the
inanuor In which lown secured prohibition.
Ho opens tlio loiter by saying ;
"Tho non-partisan prohibition movement
was inaugurated in lenuxInlblS. Desiring
to promote * the move , a rapid growth of the
tomperaiico stMUtnicnl , nnd to plnco the te > m-
pcrauco reform on n foundation that could
not bo shaken by nny political party , leading
prohibitionists dctormincel to lay that founda
tion in the constitution , The funda
mental law thov resolved to bo
behind political parlies , behind nil legis
latures , behind own the constitution Itself
the sovereign will of the people. They therefore -
fore united In seeking that a prohibitory con-
otitutlonal amendment should bo subjected
to the people ut a special nnd non partisan
election , so that , regardless of nil party aftll-
iatlons , nnd with perfect freedom of all
party restraint , the people , from whom the
government derives nil Its Just jtowors ,
might have an opportunity of expressing
their sovereign will In regard to the liquor
Ho here says that It was the republican
party that responded to Ibis demand , and nl
its convention , held Juno 11 , 18711 , adopted
resolutions favoring the submission to
the people nt a special oleclion of
a constitutional ninemlme-nt prohibiting the
manufae-turo and cnlo of all intoxicating
liquors ns a beverage within tlio stato. In
tlio hands of republicans and against the op
position of the democratic party in lown ,
this resolution has boon made n law , nnd on-
forced. In conclusion , Mr. Follows .shows
how the re-publican party has done all that
the Iowa prohibitionists have us he'd of it ,
and has redeemed every pledge. Ho then
"Prohibition in Iowa Is not merely a party
principle , ami rests not on a political party
platform. It lias tlio Mine-turn nnd approval
of tlio iH-ople ) . Obeelie-nco to the people is
nonparllsan. Loyalty to uovcrnme'iit Is non-
partisan. Laws enacted by properly consti
tuted legislative authority are non partisan ,
the enforcement of laws is non-partisan.
Such is prohibition in Iowa It rests on the
distinct and repeatedly expressed will of a
great and free people. It commends itself to
the universal sense of Hght , and demands
the besl thought of every i-itt/oti ami states
man to carry out lhat will , Irrespcctlvn of
party. Have not the non-partisan methods
In lown been sticccsstuli Shall they not be
maintained ? May they nol bo commended
lo other states anil to the nation 1
A Unllrond Wre-ckor
IOWA CIT , la. , Sept. III. After a year's
search the policoof this city and the Chicago ,
Hock Island & Pacilio railway secret de
tectives have nrrusUM a man who tried to
wreck a passenger train on the above named
railway near this city ono year ago. The
man Is named William Orcutt. He Is twenty
years old , was raised In this city , but has
boon traveling around n great deal. Ho has
made n e-onfessinn , Having that his motive in
trj mglo wreck the ) train was the robbery of
tin1 passengers. Ho has boon bound over lo
await the action of the grand jury.
Di nj-Qi-n , la. , Sept. 13.Special [ Tele-
irram tei Tni ! Uii.J : Two young men , giving
tlio names of Hollows and Martin , ono eigh
teen and the < other twenty-two , were before
United States Commissioner Hobbs to-day on
a charge of burglarizing the pusloftico at
Hazolton , Huchanaii county. They wore )
caught in the act and committed for trial ,
Tlio same oftlco was burglarized the week before
fore , and they nro supposed to have done
both Join. Hollows claims to bo the son of u
Swci-iioy .Nominated In tlio Fourth.
CiiMtbus Cirv , la , Sept. 1 ! ! . [ Special Tel
egram to TIIK Hull. ] On the iiGOLh ballot
Coloned J. H. Sweeney , of Osage , Mitchell
county , WHS iin > nlnalcd over lion. John Me-
Hugh , of Howard , for congressman of the
Fourth district by one-sixteenth of n vote.
Sweeney accepted in a short spoeoh , lauding
Die platforms of the national and st.Uo con
ventions. John Mcllugh followed with ono
of thei most eloquent argumentative speeches
ever delivered In Floyd county.
FroiiH In Central Iowa.
Mvissim.i/rottN , la. , Sojit. 1J. ! iSpouiallo
TJIK Hui : . ] Central Iowa was visited by a
frost this morning , but It was not severe
enough to elo much damage ) . The corn crop
is in excellent condlilon and Is nearly out. of
the way of frost The yield will bo enor
mous. it is estimated that this ( Marshall )
county will produce from eight to Iwolvo
Ordered tlio Jlnnlc Clo-tcd.
DKIHOIT , Sept. 13. A special from Lowell ,
Mich. , savs that the closing of the I.owoll
bank will bo permanent. The bank cxiimin-
iners find thai Iho oftie-ers of the bank nro so
badly muddled thai ho has ordered iho bunl-
ncss wound up. Il will bo a severe blow lo
stockholders , who include everybody in
-fet \ . tt.fc.uE uVurnu , < nt.Bty.Jik'43 % j ! '
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* i7f Vllri
, jS ! gp S g gg iS6B
SACRED PIEART ACADEMIES ,
Under tlio Direction oftlie Heliglous of tlio Sacred Heart.
PAHK PHA.CE , OMAHA.
V\WiiB8dny , Sciptombor oth , 1SS8
TRItMSHoard. . Wmlitni ; . Tnlttoa 111 I'.nxlUb
anil rieiuli , luHtriimulit'ul Mmlc und u.'O ot
< ! . ( ) .
iicr < o-- > > lou ot
SELECT Day SCHOOL-
ST. MARY'S AVE. , OMAHA.
Opens Monday , Sept. 3d.
J'ntntlnc. DrawlB ? , fhorlUaiul , ( ierraan , lUllnii. Vocal iluilc. lUrp , Violin , etc. . re nttr *
otitac ! tn the admission of yonni ? l d ! a. I'pr furtlisr laforjaa-
DlfTorence of r ! lKloii Is no ) '
Uuii PI I ? U. MADAME M.J.DIINSK. Hiir-crK.rws of'lJo i.lli . : Aomtmy. I'ark I'Uc. .
of lujr Acivlrur.
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