Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 04, 1889, Page 5, Image 5
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE- : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 4. 1880. Grandly Joumoylnsr Toward the Oapitollno Oonolavo. THE NEBRASKA CONTINGENT. An Army of Hlotily Bedecked Tom 1'nss TliroiiKh > o City on Tliolr Knluhti of O ! < 1. Wednesday nlht ( three I'ullman palnco cars wcro dlspati'hcd wo t ever the Burlington. Two were sent to Lincoln , ono to Beatrice , and ono to York. About tbrco o'clocl : yesterday nltor- noon the vehicles rolled Into Omaha with n largo number of KtuglitTomplnrs bound for the triennial conclava nt WnshlnKtou. Thcso cnrs were picked Up lytlio llrat sec tion of No. 2 , nnd when they reached this L < / } were attached to a special train contain- IIIK tin. Nobrnskn coinnmndcrlcs , as follows ; Henry Gibbons of Kearney , grand com mander ; Lowla M. 'Kccno of Fremont , deputy grand cotnmniulor ; Louis li , Korty , irrund generalissimo , wlfo nnd daughter , Omaha ; James S. France , grand treasurer , Omaha ; \VIUI.itn It. Ho won , grand recorder , und MissHowun , Oinnhn ; .Intnos S. Pulleys , griind 'standard bearer , Ucd Cloud ; Kdwln C. Webster , grand captain of the Riiaul , llustinim Sir Hay Nye and wife , Fremont ; Sir E. Kcliuuinn and wlto ; Sir Vauphti ; Sir . ) . G. Acltcrmnn nnd wife ; Sit M. Dowling nndvifo , und Sir Harris ; Mr. Cllne. Mrs. Leo nnd dnuuhter. Sir Luce , Sir Webster nnd wife , Sir F , U. While , Sir Benedict nnd wife , Sir II. W. Stout , Sir M. L. Alexander und wifo. Besides , ten of the twenty commandcrlc.i In the state , numbering In nil about four hundred pcoplu , occupied other coaches , ns follows : Ml. Calvary nommandcry , No. 1 , Omiilin ; Mt , Moduli cotmmtndcry , No. 4 , Lincoln ; Mt. Kloii cominnndory , No. fi , IMuttsmouth ; Mt. Herman eoinnundory , No. 7 , Beatrice ; Mt , Tnbor cotnmundory , No. ! ) , Froniontj Mt , Horol ) comnmmlcry , No. 10 , Tecuniseh ; 1 Mt. Nubo coiutnandcry , No. 11 , Hustings ; Cyreno cominundor.v. No. 14 , Ked Cloud ; Jopp.i coninmndcry , No. 17. York. Thcso commnndoiics will bo in the divi sion , under command of KiRht Eminent. Sir Walter H. Sanborn. The headquarters ot the Nebraska division xvill bo 100' ) Ninth street , WnshhiKton , southwest. Ainonir the Omaha people on board were Gustavo Amlerson , uifo nnd daughter ; George Hume and wlfo. Fred Sutme and wife , L. II. Kortv. wife and daughter ; James S. Franco , N. B. Apple , A. 1 . Hop kins , W. Strawn , Chris Hnrtmnn and wife , J. P. Williams nnd wife. T. C Urunnr nnd son , James Koley nnd wife , Dr. Bailey , W. A. Vugo , Judco J. U. Porter , John T. Benin , Prank Doruoj mid wife , C. F. Whitney , A. Martin , C. S. Raymond. GcorRO S. Smith , Charles ICloman , B. C. llow.ird.C. B. Finch , William li. Boxven and dauuhlor , It. P. Hovalon nnd sister , Mrs. Grid ley , Victor While , C. N. DulU , Thomas Batterton , M. D. Maul , George W. LlniiiRor and wlfo , Uichard jmitli , D. C. Sutphcn and G. J. Kailsbach The train steamed out of the uepot shortly after ! i o'clock. It will go through to the capital with Hying colors. Tlio Burlington ofllcials have arranged for the making of a Hying trip. The train bearing the two California cnm- mnndcrics , the Golden Gate , of San Fran cisco , nnd the comrnandery from Sacramento , arrived In Omaha over the Union Pacific railway nt 5:40 : p. m. yesterday. The tn.in was composed of ten cars , three bagguco and seven sleepers. The Golden Gtttecoimimndorv occupied llvo sleepers and t lo Sacramento party the other two. The party "were under the command of Imminent Commander A. G. Booth , and rom- prised about two hundred people , including a lurgo nupibor of ladles. A commissary car formed a fcaturo of the train , and was well Blocked with choice Cal- iformu fruits nnd wines and u food supply of cigars. 1 ho car was in charge of J. G. Ed- niDiidson. commissary , und J. G. Doolittle , assistant commissary. . T.iolliO miles of the trip before reaching pumhu were run nt nn average rate of sixty miles per hour , including nine stops. Tno train was thrco hours behind time at Platts- 'inoutii and hud made up all but ton minutes of tlilb when it reached Oaiaha. Tlio eommundory were elated ever the fast tnr.o made and the general accommodations of tha railway , and held n meeting nn Iho train , nt which the following resolution was passed : ' Golden Gain cominnndory. No. 1C , on its pilgrimage to Washington , D. C. , dcsiro to testify , In this manner , to the valuable ser vices rendered it by Mr. O. L. Iliinnn , travel- in ? passenger ugcnt of the Union 1'aclflc railway. Mr. Hanna had charge of our npccial train during its run from Ogden to Oinnha , nnd by his gcntlomanly bearing , ur banity , untiring attention nnd watchful rarefulr.viss contributed in no small degree to the enjoyment and comfort of all the pll- crims. "As a nmrlt of our appreciation and esteem , vo herewith bestow upon him the button bcnrinr the cent of arms of our comtnandory , Jully conscious that it will bo worthily worn and that in thus honoring him wo honor our selves. "In saying fnrowell wo cannot refrain from indulging in the hnpo that innur future jour- noya to thf shrlno of our beloved order our jmlhs may bo watched and guided by ono so thoroughly competent und nccantablo as ho. "Friends dotmrt , but memory takus them 'To her cavern puronnddcop. " This resolution was elegantly engrossed on thu train by Miss Nettle titadtmucllor , and algned by A. G , Booth , eminent commander ; C. G Young , generalissimo ; William Kd- WBI ds , captain general , and ( . ' . D. Bunker , quartermaster. H was dated , "En route , Ontohor ! I , ISS'J. The pjrty uro evidently enjoying thorn- selves thoroughly. Concerts nro hold every duy on the train , and entertainments of var ious kinds servo to uhasu dull care away. The following is a list of tlio more uromi- n".nt , men with the putty : Commander A. G. Booth , n prominent lawyer of San Francisco ; Cplonol W. Edwards , assistant adjutant general - oral on the staff of the division commander nt the Callfonia National Guard ; Charles F. liussett , onn of the principal commission merchants of San Francisco ; J. Jerome bmith , n prominent uihnne man ; G. B. Spocry , proprietor of the largest ( louring ( ) ili tin the coast : W. 1C. Vrmderstlco , n load- I'ir Joxvolor ; K. W. Tucker , of Honolulu , chief mechanical engineer of the largo sugar i-fcilne , * - ; Lieutenant It. II. Patterson , U , K. A. ; Major W. H. Honor , of the engineer 6 vp S Ut S. A. , ono of the surveyors of th ? * sut.-nl Poclllc , nnd Colonel Tristnm Bur- the B. & M. main lino. , Will Ailvooaio Omnlin. Auion tbo party that loll Omaha yester day to a'.ictid the Knights Templar conclave at' Washington were A. B. bmith , assistant' pencrsl freight agent of the Burlington , unJ Louis H. Korty , superintendent of telo- cruph of the Union Pacllic. Thcso two gen tlemen will represent thu interests of Omuha as wMl us the two giant corporations ut the cot.chro , nnd will muko n stroiic otfort to BOCUi'o the next conclave for Omaha. Mr. Bmith stated that inasmuch ns the sentiment wtuld rncmt lilioly bo favorable to u point irostfor tlio noxtuioctin ; , ho thought that by making a llrui stand for Omaha somo- thutr ( might bu accomplished. "An Opening. " Prof , rtllly Hnwloy and Billy Arthey will opan t'.ioir AUuunrum club rooms ut 1211 Xouglt-/fttroeU Thursday evening , October 10. On tbut evening there will bo an athletic perfonninca ut their roons nnd out doors. In the former the dumb bell lifting by Bald- -.vln will bo the greatest feature , and in the latter the go a * you please from Omaha to Council , ' < iuir will bo the ( treatest feature. Kcunol and Matthews have entered for this The propnstors of Salvation Oil , the grout- eit euro on earth for pain , will pay u largo reward if any certificate published published by them i * not found genuine. Tom , Dick nud Harry appear again with their grandmothers' riwlpta for coughs , etc. , but the people kuow Ur. Bull's ' CougU Syrup too well , IN TUB COUUT8. Into the Acts of nn In- duntrlnuH Wlfo Brnlcr. The case against Ed wnrd Babblngton , charged with aunult with Intent to Kill , was called In , Judge Wakcley's ' court. Bnb- blngton's assault wns mode Uton | his wlfo whom ho tried to kill with n hatchet. Bao- blngton is nn old offender nnd hoi been ar rested for wlfo boating on an average of nt least once a month for the past five years. Ills last assault wns more vicious than usual nnd the cnso wan taken to the district court. Horton & Loohavocommencedsultngamst ClofJ. Hollander nnd others to secure the payment of a bill for $ U5. ' i for labor per formed. pounty Court. George A. Hongland began suit In the county court against Dworack Brothers on two promissory notes amounting to KWS. The Homo Investment company has com menced suit ngalnst Thomas B. Mlnnhan and others to recover payment on n promissory uoto for $100. The Fremont Butter nnd Egp company ling begun proceedings against Engltah Bros. to recover $410.59 for etMrs delivered to the defendants to soil on commission and for egg cases not returned- William A. Pnxton tins begun suit against Miller < b Harris for $155 for ofllco rent of rooms in the Wnro block , occupied by do- fond.mts as a law ofllco. > ! ' I'cdoral .7udioi. Whether Judfro Dundy will convene the United States court nbout October 15 or wait until the first Monday in November has not been settled as yet nnd probably will not bo until ho returns from his hunt in Wyoming. The Judge is expected to reach homo some day this wcolt. The docket is loaded with cases nnd unless ho commences business before - fore thctiina ilxed for opening the November term , it will probably bo Impossible to flnlsh the work before the holiday * * . Judge Blower's coining , this fall , seems to ha n matter of doubt. It la understood that ho will bo detained by some very long-winded cases at Denver. Cushmnn's Mcntho Inhaler cures catnirh , headache , neuralgia , asthma , hay fever. Trial free at your druggist. Prbo 50 cents. O _ Wlblj NOT TALK. The Motor Men Wince Under OMlolnl Inquiry. The facts printed in Wednesday's BEE con cerning the dissatisfaction nmong the motormen - men and conductors of the Omaha Motor IJaihv.iy company havonaturully created con siderable stir at headquarters , and as usual denials follow. Mr. McConnell and Mr. Todhunter deny that they have subjected the men to insult ing treatment. The former admits that the employes were expected to buy their uniforms at a curtain clothing store specified by Dr. Mercer , as Iho doctor had contracted with that linn to furnish all the uniforms for the men. Mr. MuConnoll claims , however , that these uniforms nro furnished at $1.53 each above the actual cost of delivering them to the clothiers bore , leaving a very small prolit. As to the complaint that the uniforms are too light for winter , Mr. McConnell said that negotiations are now in progress to see if heavier material can not bo furnished. All the uniforms in use have not been bought from the storeubovorolerrcd to. Mr. Todhunter suya that ho has asked the great majority of the employes If they had made any of tlio complaints published in THE BnK , but all denied having dona anything of the kind. The missing wheels for the machinery of the now motor house of the Omaha Street Hallway company have arrived and wilt be put In place nt once. Bv to-day it is thought that everything will bo in readi- iieis for tno ilrst trial trip on the main line extending from Hanscom park to fort Omuha. The motor company Una been compelled to put in a side fend wire on Us Burt street line to enable it to travel \yitli ease over the hill. The connections will bo made with the main wire nt Lowe avenue and Thirty-fifth streols. At present the company is waiting for apparatus to conno t this feeder with the switch board at the power bouse. Mr. Goodrich , of tno Omaha Street Rail way company , says that when the new elec tric lines of the company are operated the motormiMi uro to bo recruited from the ranks of ttio street car drivers. Ho also says Hint old street car drivers muko the best motor men. men.Tho"now car barn of the Omaha Motor Hallway company , which stands on Commer cial or Ames avenue , near Twenty-second , is practically finished , the only work remain ing Doing tno laving of the tracks into it , and this ib now under way. The btracturo stands on the north sldo of the street , and is the largest frame building In the city , being 00x200 feet. From the ground to roof it is 33 feet high. The frama Is a strong ono , being put together with bor ing pins instead of nails. In u week or ten davs at most tao building will bo in uso. It will afford shelter to forty cars. Another barn of the same dimensions for the company will bo erected on South Twenty-fourth streol , two blocks south of Vinton. An AuHnluto Cure. ThoORIGINALABIBri.VB OINTMENT is only put up in largo two ounce tin boxes , nnd is un absolute euro for old sores , burns , wounds , chapped hands , and all skin erup. lions. Will positively euro nil kinds of piles- Ask for the ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINr- MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug company at 2fi cents per box bv mail ! ! 0 cents. Ho Is Discovered nn ix tlimuli on Cut- Job Haycock was arrested yesterday by Detective Vaughn on thu clmrga of embezzle ment. Ono year ago ho was employed as station agent on the Lohigh Valley railroad in a small New Jersey village. While there he embezzled $ l.m The police throughout the country have been endeavoring to locate him for months without success. Hccontly ho was located in a boarding house on Cut Off island where ha was eui- plovcd as diihivashor. The authorities at the village where Hay cock iswantcd | , wcro notified and yesterday Officer Summers catno for him. Haycock refused to go without requisition papers and Summers wont to Lincoln to get them. OhnmbprJnln'a Colic , Cliolora nnd Dlnrrhona Konicdy. This medicine can always bo depended upon , not only in the milder- forms of gammer coinplntnt. but nlso for mulig- niuit dysentery ana oholora infantum. The lives of mnny persons nnd especial ly children uro saved by it each year. An fSx-CninmnmlRr. General U. B. Beath , ox-commander of the G. A. It , , also secretary of the Unity Fire men's ' Insurance company , Philadelphia , is at tha Mlllard. "I am out solely on business connected with our corporation , " said the general to a BUB reporter , "and know of noth ing to talk about that would Interest anybody. ( will shy , however , that Omaha is a great surprise to mo. Since my last visit hura nbout three years ago I notice tha city's won derful growth , as well as the fact that most of your improvements are on a grand scale. " The general said that he found evidences of great prosperity all through the west. Tun Hnivnuui's Preliminary Untiring- Tun Bowman , the colored man who shot and killed Jack Kinuoy , was put upon his preliminary trial ia police court yesterday morning. County Attorney Mahoney and Assistant Sheu represented the stato. while Lee Eatollo conducted the defense. Several oye-wltncsso to thu RUootlug were present and testified , the bulk of the evidence being in favor of the accused. Owing to the fact that the examination could not have been concluded last night , the case was continued ana will be resumed ut 10 a. m. to-day , Bright eyes , healthy complexionand vigorous system result from using AHRO- stum Bittnrs. Solo mnuufuoturcra , Dr. J. G. U , Siogort & Sona , At till drug- THE LOCAL POLITICAL FIELD , Action of the Various Ward Moot- Loot Night. REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES TO-DAY , Dcloi-ntcn Selected nnd Oilier lin- portnnt Uuiilneas Trnnsnctoil Tno Content For Slirlovnlty A. Llvclr Campaign. First Wnrd Hcpiilillcans. The Pint wnrd republicans mot last evenIng - Ing nt Thirteenth nnd Williams , with Mr. E. J. Cornish in the etintr nntl C. . S. Elguttor ns ocrctar.v. The following commlttco of five was chosen to nolcot delegates to the con vention : Messrs. Hascall , Lytlc , Estellc , Nye and Butler. The commlttco chose the following delegates and alternates i Delegates U. II. Mack , John Hoslcky , E. J. Cornish , Sam Horgitrom , Milce Ford , Pnt O. llawes , E. 1C. Long. .1. W. Lytlo , John MnttkiCBon. I. S. Huscull , Fred Nyo. Alternates Christ Durr , F. W. Unnd- hauor , John II. Unite , Ernest Slubt , .loo Kent , P. A. Union , W. A. JColloy , S. U. Ep person , C. F. Gooduiau , Leo Estolle , C. S. Eigutlor. 1' . J. llnrrctt nnd Joseph Hoffmann wore named for judges , li. M. Smith for cleric of election. Mr. iinudhaucr wiis nominated for the position of justice of the peace. Nomi nations for assessor and constable wcro postponed until the next mooting. Tlilrdnrd Itcpiibllcnus. The republicans of the Third ward , to the number of about sovonty-ilvo , cnucusscd in the police court chamber last night for the purpose ot selecting a sot of delegates to tha county convention to bo voted on at tha primaries to-day. The procoocings opened by Seth Cole being selected to preside ever the meeting , and Prieo ciuundors being selected us secre tary. 'iho chairman had barely concluded a scries of informal romtirits when the do'o- ' gate slnto was bprunp upon the meeting , bovorul individuals endeavored to obtain recognition by the chuir when the names ot the to uc delegates wcro announced , in view of entering objections , but they were ignored and the slutu went through unbrolccu as follows : Delegates M. O. Ulcketts , O. H. notll- ackcr , L. E. Heed , Chnrlcs Branch , Seth Cole , Lee Hartley , Chiirlus Wohror , O. A. Decker , P. J. Williams , S. B. Smith , A. L. White. Alternates Andy Ilcmmol , Price Satm- ders. A. H. Williams , W. U. Peyton , Ed lliuinon , Simon lilootn , Irvin Dugan , Luther Wright , C.-J. Mentor , Uobert Johnson uua Jmnos Adams. The meeting then turned its attention to the muni up of a delegate to the atnto con vention to bo recommended to the county convention , and the honors were conferred on Dr. M. O. Uickets , the well known advo cate of civil rights. J. U. Hubbard ( colored ) marched to the front and made a motion to tha effect that the delegation bo instructed to cast a solid vote for William Coburu , for sheriff ; Arthur Briggs , for county clerk , nud Miku Maul , for coroner. The motion prevailed. The following judges und clerks for the primaries were selected : Judges Peter Ford , John P. Sownrd and C. E. Aluthews.- Clerks Albert Green and F. E. Neer. Fifth Want UepuDllcaiis. In the Fifth ward John J , Jenkins han dled the gavel and B. F. Hodman acted as secretary. By resolution the delegation chosen wns instructed to indorse John Mc Donald for sheriff , J. B. Uruner for county superintendent of schools , und George Whit- moro und William Husband ( colored ) for constablo. All tnese candidates live in the ward. No farther action was taken. The delegates and alternates are a < > follows : Delegates C. Saunders , George Alien , John Wallace , G. F. Franklin , M. Sulliv.m , L. Lazarus , U. F. Redman , James Knight , A. L. Uoot , Thomas Curamiugs , Henry Ueckiu.ui. Alternates B. O. Backus , George Elliott , Alexander Grey , William Uutler , Henry Dunn , James Wilson , John T. Knight , John .Jenkins , John McDonald , John A. Smiley. George King. Sixth Ward Uopiilillcans. The light in the Sixth ward republican caucus last night was between the support ers of the candidates for sheriff , and re sulted in a sweeping victory for Leo. When Miles Houclc called the meeting to order tlioro were over two hundred Sixth warders present. Frank Spore nominated J. C Wbnrton for chairman , and Coburn'a ' supporters nearly raised the roof in a whoop of assent. Thtsynll w.is repeated with a vengeance when James Young nominated Henry Estubrook. Then pandemonium reigned for a half hour in a row ever the method of taking the vote for chairman. Finally t vo tellers , Ed Cane-and W. A. Mes- slck , were appointed and the vote taken. It resulted , Estabrook 130 , Whcrton 82. 'I lie rest of the business was easy. C. K. Kelsey wns chosen secretary and the following delegates nnd alternates selected : Delegates- . D. Estabrook , Chris Spocht , Ed Cane , Ed Tavlor , Ed Mallorv , Frank ICmnmor , Joe Howies , Jns. Young , W. Golden , E. Gilmore and G. W. McCoy. Alternates George H. Moore , C. E. Meyers , U. K. Kelsey , John Grant , John Hoger , John Clare , James Gill , John Cuso , C. E. Weeks , W. A. Mosslck and O. C. Johnson. Hnvonth Ward The Seventh ward republicans had nn old fashioned love feast All of the factions were there nnd after the usual discussion arrived nt results with enthusiasm nnd harmony. Charles Inskeop calico : the meeting to or der. J. W. Ellor was chosen chairman nnd N. I. Benson secretary. Paul Vnndervort , C. N. Powell nnd J. S , Kennedy , a committee appointed to select names to bo voted for at tbu .primaries as delegates and alternates to the county con vention , presented the following lists , which wcro unanimously adopted : Delegates C. L. ChafTee , D. H. Mercer , John Grant , J , O. Thompson , R. W. Clayton , Charles Potter , O. H. Wooloy , Charles in- skep , N. W. Nelson , P. J. Quoaley , Louts Borka. Alternates John McDonald , J. C. Green , N. I. Bnnson , George W. Sabtno , William Fnrr , Ed Walsh , Charles L. Thomas , Louis Peterson , Emil Johnson , U. E. Pierce , Max J-loer. Complimentary speeches were made by John L. Kennedy , N. I. Benson und M. Leo. Leo.Tho The following resolution was unanimously adopted : Ma ) Uesolvoci , That wo hereby Instruct our delegation to cordially nnd heartily support Michael Lee for the nomination of sheriff of Douslas county ; und that wo ngroo to pre sent no other candidate , and ns a unit UBO nil honorable means to scuuro tils nomina tion. tion.Tho The ward organization Is as follows : President , Charles Thomas ; vice presi dents , Charles luskcep , C. L. Powell , J. Waller ; secretary , Habbi Henson ; treas urer , J. U. Piper : executive committee , Charles Howes , H. W. Brecktnridgo , Charles H. Wooloy , Al Frank and P. J. Ouenloy. Louis Patterson nnd Charles W. King worn selected as candidates for constable and M. Peterson for assessor. Eighth Wnrd Reniibllaniiij. The boys in the Eighth ward didn't hold any caucus In a hall last night , but a dozen or more caucusov wore held on the street corners In the vicinity of Twenty-fourth und Curalug. Jim Allen was active. Jim wants to be county clerk , and ha la working harder than any candidate on the ticket. Ills tio-up is with George Huimrod for treasurer itnd Milo Lee for utiorilT. liut there mil be two tickets In the field to-morrow , one headed by a Coburn delegation and cue by a Leo dele gation , Nlnlli Ward Koiulillo nt < . The Ninth ward republican caucus was hold last night at 3903 Tarnam street. W , J. KicroleAd , president of the club , was In tlie chair , and Jcrdmo Coulter nctod M secretary. There was n largo And onthuilintlo nt- tendance of of or onto hundred nnd fifty mem bers and business > was dispatched with , a great deal of celerity , The committee on nomination ot candi dates for the primary , consisting of Messrs. Johnson , Wiggins nnd Bloomer , appointed at the last meeting , repotted the following : Delegates-M. S ; Lindsay , D. L. Mo- Guckln , Chnrlcs DJurcon , K. E. Llvosoy , John L. Cnrr , A. ti. Wiggins , Joseph Horan , William I. Klorstcad. H. Wnrlntr , J , 13. Burgess , Pntrlclc M. Mlllon. Alternates G. F. Brown , J. C. Christian sen , F. J. Sncketl , O. W. Day , G. Benson , A , G. Edwards , A. Bowman , J. V. Patter son , A , L , So wnrd | H. Ostond nnd J. B. J , llyan. The Judges of the First district appointed were as follows : Hamilton Martin , Honri1 Borchcrts nnd Frank Gould ; clerks , J , V , Patterson , T. A. Murrey. Judges of the Second district : A. G. Ed wards , W. E. Walton , G. II. Websterclerks ; , J. F. Hcrtzman nnd A. Whitney. Speeches were inndo by Messrs , G. M. O'Urien , who Is a candidate for Justice of the peace of the Third district , Ervln , Lind say and Carr. John C. Christiansen was endorsed as a candidate for assessor of tlio ward. Mr. J , B Smiley was endorsed ns n candi date for constable. Charles Johnson received the unanimous support of the club for Justice of the peace of the Third district. Forty now names were added to the roll , making u membership of over 200. Gortnnn-American Burservr-roln. The meeting of the Gorman-American Burgervcroin of the Second wnrd took place nt Mueller's hallEighteenth and Vlnton , last night. Otto KunU took the place of the ab sent secretary , George Kinder , Loui Hoim- rod presided. Mr. Urunnlng , Georco Kinder - dor , Michael Kopp , L. C. Uiobo and Presi dent Louis Heitnrod addressed the meeting , All the speakers explained the object of the club , which Is to oppose nil candidates advo cating prohibition. LoUis Holmrod declared that the German party did not want to put upn candidate , but to support only liberal candidates , whetherdemocrat or republican. Ho complained that English newspapers did not understand the purposes of the club , nnd on u motion of John Kopp It was decided to propose in the next meeting of the central club to have 10,000 copies of the constitution nnd by-laws printed in English and German and distributed in the city. The next meeting will bo hold Saturday evening at the corner of Sixteenth and Williams streets. RciHihllonu County I'rimirles. The republican county primaries for Doug las will bo hold to-day , between the hours of IS o'clock at noon and 7 o'clock in the evening , at the following places : Tirst Ward To bo named. Second Wnrd Swobodti's saloon , Sixteenth and Williams streets. Third Ward No.110 South Twelfth street. Fourth Wnrd To bo named. Fifth Ward Engine house at Sixteenth and Izard streets. Sixth Word Republican club rooms nt Twenty-sixth and Lake streets. - Seventh Ward W. P. Green's grocery on Park avenue. Eighth Ward No. SICK ! Cumlng street. Ninth Wurd No. 2003 Farnum street. South Omaha C. C. Stanley's commission room , N street. Elkhorn School house. Florence School houso. Union Lewis Thomns' residence. West OmnliH School house. Jefferson Ed Cook's blacksmith shot ) . McArdle Soheol house. Waterloo 'lo b named. Miliurd School house Valley To bo named. Chicago Ollico of Gus Nolto. Douglas Glaus Mathles' resldenco. Aloro Candidates. General George S. Smith , assistant city attorney , announced yesterday morning to his friends that ho wants the republican nomina tion for county judgo. Fred Smith , of the hardware firm of Smith Si Holmes , South Omaha , has cnterod the republican raeo in the Fourth district for county commissioner and , while time is short for him to make a light in , ho proposes to do some lively work. Frank Bandhauer , Daniel D O'Connoll , Charles Brandos und George Holmes , Jr. , are making a 2iO : ! dash for Justice of the peace m the First district , which Dick O'Keeffo says is democratic by a largo ma jority. Bnndhauor nnd O'Connor belong to Dick's party , while Brandos and Holmes carry the republican colors. Over in the Second district there are flvo democratic nspirants for this office ugainut one republican. It D.-A. Wade , Ignatius Dunn , Gus Kroeger , Alonzo J. Hart and A. C. need constltuto the former crowd , while Seymour G. Wllcox , n young attorney resid ing in the Eighth ward , senms to be the only representative of his party in the Justice swim. The hottest fight , however , is going on in the Third district where Gus tavo Anderson , George M. O'Brien , J. S. Morrison , Charles J. Johnson , ex- Councilman F. W. Mnnvillo , W. H. Plnttner nnd Samuel Stotnin are whooping things up in lively stylo. All tbeso candi dates arc of the republican faith. Alexander Meintosh and Edward Bortlett are also spoken of. There seems to DO no democratic ambition for this oltlfto in that district at nil. Whether or not that party has 'iiven up hope of succeeding there is the question. There are eight justice ? to bp elected , nnd while the republicans are sure of takme lour , they also think the olmnces are good for nt least one if not both of the Justices in the First district. " Wlmt nro Wo Hero forV" The offices of sheriff , treasurer , clerk , Judge , register of deeds , coroner , superin tendent of public instruction , surveyor and two commissioners nro the principal county berths to bo tilled at the forthcoming elec tion. In addition to these there are Justices of the peace , one in each township outside the city of Omaha and two for each of the tlireo districts insldo the city , For each and every position there nro candidates enough in both the republican nnd democratic parties - ties to satisfy the most exacting voter. To the places already named may nlso be added a list of towimhip and ward assessors. After the county comes the city election , which will choose for the ensuing two years n mayor , treasurer , comp troller. police Judge and nlno councilmen at ; largo. Une terms of the following councilmen expire January t : Messrs. Francis E. Bailey , of the Sixth wurdj Jeff W. Bedford , Eichth wnrd ; John F. Boyd , Seventh ward : Leavitt Burtmrn , Eighth ward ; Jacob M. Counsmau , Fifth ward ; Isaac S. Has- call , First ward ; Miqhnel Leo , Seventh ward ; Adam Snyder , Third ward und Charles Vnncamp Second ward ; Mayor BroatcU. Treasurer Hush , Comptroller Goodrich and Police Judge Borka. Most of tliOHo gentlemen nro candidates for re-election. There arc a few exceptions , but only in instances where the incumbent aspires to something higher. Among thn councilmen for instuncd , MiUo Leo and John Boyd are seeking the nomination of tholr respective parties for sheriff , while Adam Snyder is in the ddmocrntlu entries for county treasurer und Jeff Uodford wants the mayoralty. , There has been BPWO talk about Berka trying tosecuio the republican nomination for county Judge. Tha republican primary election nt which delegates to the republican county conven tion , which moots at 13 o'clock next Satur day , will be selected occurs this after noon , and the democratic primaries Monday afternoon , The democratic convention will be held on Tuesday. Each of thcso bodies place In nomination candidates for the oounty ofllces only. The city conventions have not yet bean called. City Clerk Southard has prepared the reg istration books and will distribute thorn among the various wards next week. From the time they uro opened to within ten days of election every local voter is expected lo register. The announcement Is made that n meeting or the republican central committee of tno Third Judicial district will bo hold , nuraunnt to call , at Blair next Friday , tor the purpose of calling a district convention to place in nomination n candidate for Judge to fill the vacuniiy cau od by too resignation of Judco uroff. The committee Is composed of J. W. Hoggs , at largo , chairman ; A , 8. Underbill , Douglas county ; 'JH. . Ashley , Burt county ; A. S. ( Spearman , Sarpy county , and W. I ) . Walton. Washington county. The conven- tiou will probably be hold lu Omaha. A KK.MAItKAIILiK Ttirco Wyoming Con\plef Fnlrly Klokott Out or iS cl > ra kiPen. . At 0:30 : a , m. , Tuesday , October 1 , three convicts wore discharged from the ponlton. tiary nt Lincoln , which may bring about curious complications for the state to han dle. They wore as follows : Fouco liainoi , number 20 , sentenced seventeen ye rs for stage robbing , horse stealing nnd shooting with Intontto kill ; Albert Spear , number n , sentenced for Ufa for singe robbing and mur der , nnd Jack Fierce , number 73 , sentenced for lifo for murder. These men were nil transferred from the Wyoming prison on Stout's convict labor contract. Spo.ir nnd Fierce had tholr sentences commuted to ten years which would expire January 1 , IS'.H ) , and Hnlnes' sentence- would not oxoiro until Juno So , 1591. A strange chain of circum stances attend tholr discharge , mid TUB BRII Is the only paper able to got bold of the facts. During Gov ernor Nunco's administration a law wna passed forbidding the holding or receiving of convicts from other states nnd territories after January 1 , 18S9. An amendment was secured to the original bill by W , H. U. Stout to take effect October 1 , 13S9 , idviug htm the privilege of holding those ho had up to Hint time on condition that lie secured their discharge before that data Having failed to secure tholr discharge ns agreed the three convicts referred to were the only ones left on his bauds , all the others being leased by limitation , pardon , commutation , or other wise. Tim Dyer , the prison inspector of Wyoming , investigated the Nebraska , peni tentiary , and before leaving promised the warden that ho would secure tlio discharge of the Wyoming convicts hold there if tlio warden would recommend them for dis- churgc. Warden Hopkins wrote u recom mendation which , together with n copy of the law showing that ho could not hold the Wyoming convicts titter October I , nnd that they could not bo removed to Wyo.-sing , for warded the papers to Governor Warren , of Wyoming. No action wns taken by the Wyoming authorities up to Octo ber 1 , nnd on that date the prisoners wcro discharged. The recom mendation was . not ncluiowlodtcd and the matter was ignored by tlio ( rovernor , the men were therefore discharged by the war den. They wcro called from their cells on the morning of October 1 and told to pack up und loom They were given no papers of discharge , nnd were advised to clour out of tbo state us soon us tlioy could. An authority on such matters was pre sented with the facts , nnd said : "The ques tion arises in my mind whether or not the state could bn put to some trouble nnd OK- pcnso by the Wyoming authorities for releas ing those convicts , with uncxpircd sen tences , without giving them the proper notification and receiving permission to dis charge them. And it seems to mo that the state would still bo under liability to expense should thcso convicts sue for fnlso im prisonment , and for not receiving from the prison authpritios tno usual papers of discharge , which nro their only means of proving themselves no longer con victs. The only way In which the state , should such an emergency arise , could pro tect itself would bo to look to Stout for the amount of damage which might nriso in either case. "Another question which might nrlso , it seems to me , is , under whoso Instructions did Warden Hopkins discharge thrso men , and did he notify the territory of Wyommirl If ho notified the territorial oQlciuls it looks rather strange that no instructions In regard to their disposal has born received. At all events there may bo some interesting ques tions to decide. " _ IJrontlilnir tlio Gurrns of Dlsousc. To inhale the germs of disease with their daily breath is the fate of denizens of malaria-scourged localities everywhere. The endemic atmospheric poison may , however , bo reft of its venom nnct rendered innoxious by a defensive use of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. This pre-eminently , safe and effec tive remedy nnd safeguard not only eradi cates the disease when developed , but en ables the system to safely brave its as saults. Every physlc.il function is con- iirmcd in or restored to regularity , tlio cir culation quickened if sluggish , and a bilious habit , which of itself begets n proneness to both intermittent nnd remittent types of malarial disease , where extrinsic atmos pheric causes exist , powerfully counteracted by this inimitable- fortifying nnd defensive nccnt , which has , moreover , none of the dis agreeable characteristics of a drastic cathar tic or an alkaloid. Fever and apuo , dumb ague tiud ague cake , und the calcntura of tlio isthmus , are conquered by it surely , pleas antlv. Rheumatism , neuralgia , pout , liidnoy nnd bladder troubles , constipation and nidi gestion yield to it , Klopninn Kecovorinc. Louis Klopman , the man who was struck over the bead by Jack Quintan , is improving1 , and will recover. Qumlan will have a preliminary hearing in a few days. At pres ent ho is under bonus in the sum of 95,000. , Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing1 Syrup should always bo used for children toothing1. It soothes the child , soltons the gums , allays all pains , cures wind colic , and is the best remedy for diar rhoea. 25c u bottle The Homo Fire Insurance Company of Omahn , lists paid over seven hundred losses to the people of Nobrasica , nnd lb ono of the most suecesufully conduct ed nnd prosperous iiibimuiue companies doing business in this btulc. Have you For aalo by H. . H. UlUi , Omaha , Neb ( Mil "YOST" WRITING MACHINE , A Typswrlter made to moot the modern want fornmndilna which print * directly from type , inns no rlljlj011 , allgm pormniieutly nt point or printing In l.lsht , I'omp.icl , liiuixlilc , und Inn word. IH built on oleutlllu pilnclplus , thulnventlon of ( J. W N. Yost , the builder ot Doth the llominirlon and Cnll rnph. 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C'uunull " " j- ASK YOUR SHOE DEALER FOR THE NEW JERSEY GO/8 Fine Jersey Cloth Arctics Back and Front Buckle , HigU Button Gaiters with leather fly , Gerster Croquet Alnskns nnd Glove-Fitting , Pure Gum Sandals , New Ankle Sirup Sandals and Fine Pebble Leg Boots. Above named styles can be had in LADIES' , JVI1SSES'nnd CHILDREN'S , In nil widths , from AA to W , with or without heels. See that the "NEW JE11SEY RUBBER SHOE CO. " Is stamped In the soles of each pair. They are first quality goods and have superior finish and shape. TAKE NO OTHER KIND. Men Jl Men wanted to examine each pair of Arctics , Excluders , Rubber Boots , Waders , Lumber men , Alaskas , and Sandals , fine Cloth Arctics and Polar Alaskas , to see If the "NEW JERSEY RUBBER SHOE CO. " 1 stamped In each sole. If not , go to theshoe dealer who has the New Jer seys , because-thoy are strictly first-class goods. lam Western Agent for the above-named com pany and keep an Immense stock for dealers to draw from. I also sell Felt Boots , German Sox , Rubber and Oiled Clothing Remember , I am the only wholesale Shoe or Rubber Clothing dealer in Omaha who does not retail goods , Hereafter I shall keep the genuine Meintosh Wading Pants in ali widths and sizes. Z. T. LINDSEY , 1111 HARNEY STREET , OMAHA i.