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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : , WEDNESDAY , OCTOBER n , isso.
HEWS f ROM NEBRASKA TOWNS
McCoolc Preparing for the Soldiers'
and Sailors' Rounlou.
A SPLENDID TIME PROMISED.
Four nT tha Ponon Hnrglnrs Cap-
tnrcd unit Hound Ovrr to the
District Court Cnllnwny
Votes Mill Itomln.
The MuCook Uciinlon.
McCooK , Neb. , Oct. 8. ( Spcclnt to TIIK
linn. ] The soldiers' and sailors' reunion
commences 'horo to-morrow , lusting four
dnys. The slto'choscn overlook * the city
nnd will bo ns. near perfect ns tlmo and
money can make It. The tents nro being
erected nnd the camp already resembles a
largo village. The waterworks company
Imvo put Jn hydrants nnd the grounds nro
Illuminated b.v both arc and Incandescent
lights , nnd nothing is being neglected thnt
will add to the comfort and enjoyment of the
visitors. Thrco nrches huvo boon erected in
the business portion of the city nnd liand-
BOincly decorated with fitting words of wel
come to the nation's defenders. All the bus
iness houses are draped with bunting and
decorated with Haps , each one trying to
outdo his neighbor. All the decorations nro
to DO Illuminated by night with the different
colored incandescent lights , which adds
greatly to Its effect. A largo crowd has al
ready gathered , and from th present out
look one would think that western Nebraska ,
northern ICunsis nnd eastern Colorado had
ialliured ; nil their Inhabitants in this city ,
nnd the success of the reunion Is assured ,
The I'onc'ii llnrKlnrs Cnpturnil.
PO.NCA , Nob. , Oct. 8. [ Special Telegram
lo Tun Hii.1 : : The burglars wlio committed
the depredations la Ponca Sunday -light
were captured this morning thirty inllos
south of hero b.v Marshal Boblus , of this city.
.Moat of the stolen property w us found on
their persons. After leaving .Ponca they
burglarized a house near Coleridge , obtain
ing some Jewelry , This wus also recovered.
The burglars , four m number , were bound
_ avcpto the next term of the district court.
They do not state their names or whore they
Ilnptixt Sunday School Convention.
VALPAIIAI.SO , Nob. , Oct. 8. [ Special Tele-
tgratn toTiu : HII : : . I The First Baptist asso
ciation Sunday school convention was called
to order at U o'clock this afternoon by Kitv.
U.1. K. Tyson , of Palmyra. S. S. McKlnncy ,
of Lincoln , wns chosen moderator and Miss
Nolllo Smith , clerk. Twenty minutes was
given to devotional exercises , conducted b.v
Dr. O. A. Williams , of Lincoln , In the ab
sence of Sunday School Missionary K. A ,
Kuspcll , who wus to huvo prepared n pro
gramme. A bible reading was then con
ducted b.v Dr. Williams , after which u com
mittee ofthrco was appointed to arrange a
programme In the ovenui ! . ' , u'tor devotional
exorcises , Dr. AVilllnms prcachnd troin Acts
xxlx-'J" . K v. Tyson was called home by
u dispatch this evening to attend n funeral.
LEXINGTON. Nob. , Oct. 23. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : Hii : . ] The city is fast filling
up with bicycle- men forthostnto lourmiinonl
to-morrow. Thu Lexington Wheel club has
spared 1:0 : pains or cxponsu to make the
tournament a bueecss. The following riders
have entered , anil moro nro expected from
Denver In the morning- : Charles H. I'enhod.v ,
Omaha : J. A. Drain , Lincoln ; H.
\V. Cole , Ornnd Island ; M.
At. Porter mill E. Kostomlatslry ,
Now York , Farmer H. T. West , Elinor
Harrington , F. Morrison , Kcarnoy ; T. L.
Temple , N. T. FisU , E. P. Dunlnp , W , H.
Uranson , C. M. Adams , George .lames ,
Lexington. The medals are line and cost
$500. The tournament will lust two clnys
und nil the races will ho hotly contested ,
Itonti-icn l\i t'S.
BBA.TIIICT , Ncli. , Oot. S. | SpeeHl TeleGram -
Gram to Tin : Hun.l Tlio new Unitiirian
church will ho formally dedicated Saturday
evening and Sunday morning next with im-
J. S. Grabbe. M. K Schulu and .Tunics
Kidston , representing- syndicate ot
Beatrice capitalist , went to Pierre , S. D. ,
to-duy to look ever the ground with n view
of speculative investment In real estateIn
C.illnwny Votes SHU ItnnilH.
CALI.AWAY , Neb. , Oct. 8 [ Special to Tin :
HKB.J A sueclal election was held to-dny
for the Diu-poso of voting bonds to the
nniount of $ ; iOOI ) to nid William Smlih ,
formerly of Oenoa , Nob. , in building a mill
race nnd dam to run his lift.v barrel Hour
mill. They were carried almost unani
mously , This insures tlio curly completion
of the mill and a prosperous titno for Cullu-
NBIIIIAHKA Cirv , Neb. , Oct. S. j Special
Telegram to Tin : Hr.n.J The Otoo county
tleniocrulle convention wns hold nt Syracuse
tills afternoon and was most uninteresting ,
nud nearly till the candidates were tioml'intcu
l y ncchimntlon. The only somblnncu of ' . .
light was between Oranvllle Hull nnd , lohu
Jvl. Willmaii , the present Incumbent , for
sheriff , Tliu InttiT received the nomination
on the Hi-si ballot. Tlio other nominations
ivero ! W. F. N. Houser , of Nebraska Citv ,
trcnsurcr ; J. W. Eaton , of Gauge , Judge ;
J.l'olk Hill , of Palmyra , clerk ; Kollcart
Fuss , of Nebraska City , recorder ; F. Soll-
liorn , of Talnmpe , coroner ; Chnrles Pierce ,
Biirveyor ; W , .M. Chirk , miporlntemlont ;
James Carlln , commissioner. The Ktato
delegates are ; .1. S. Morton , C. M. Hubncr ,
K. M. Freeman , Lewis Ilncbol , .lames L.
Davis. IS. P. Unkan. M. S. Campbell. David
Btrnuli , Chnrles Hroxvn , Henry U'oliUng , J.
W. Klditoo , William Hccltinan and Frunl :
UBATKIUK , Neb. , Out. S. [ Special Tclo-
fjrftin to THU HKI : . j The On o county demo-
era tie conimlttcQliiis appointed the following
iiamod deloKates to the democratic utato
c-onveiition : .1. C. Culloway , ( J. H. Turner ,
1C. 1C. Davifl. ,1. H. Coffman , Hobert Wilson ,
II. H. Groves , .lacob HristoiW. . P. Wyatt ,
A. Hazlott , Dr. A. H. Given , Wllllr.m Hack-
Jcr , J. M. Kelloire , D. W. Cooic , IticharJ
Bmlth , W. H. Crane.
DAKOTA Cirv , NuT O < ! t. 8.Special [
Telegram lo Tun Hni : . I 'I'ho masincct -
Injr held to-day for the purpose of nomniat-
Ing n pooplu'rt tioliot wus nothtii ) ; oiso thmi
democratic cunvontlon No.i. \ . There wcro
jircBcnt all of ilm ( leiuoorats that were du-
HutUllotl with tlio pi-oceoilin s of lust Tues
day. The nominee1 * wcro all of them except
one defeated nt the regular ileniocrntlu
convention lust Tuesday , nnd wcro
us follows : For treasurer , . ( nines
llnrtnett , Htibbnrd ; cleric C D.
Siniloy , South Slou > : City ; shoi-lff , W. E.
Kclloy. Covlngtoii ; judge , . ! , 1- ' . \ ViirneiDa -
ItotnClty ; commissioner , James Knnl. , .lack-
eon. The other nominees wcro thu amo as
were nominated last Tuesday by tlio duino *
cratlc convention No. 1.
CUIITIH , Nob. , Oct. S. ( Special Telegram
toluu Uii1'iio : | Frontier rounly conirrcs-
Blonnl convention has jn&t suleclud n list of
dclcpites. They were ull elected in thu In
terest of ( > , L. Laws.
Jtni-n nml Workulioji Itiirnoil ,
Coi.oinud , Nob. , Oct. 8. I Special Telegram -
gram to Tin ; Unn.1 A lire broke out in the
barn nnrl workshop of John KnesdenniO
o'clock this evening and burned them to the
KrounU , Loss , f I.UOO. The e.uisu of the Iiro
is unknown ,
OAKI-AMI , Nob. , Oct. 8. [ Special to Tun
UCE.I Anderson & Krlckson , dealers in dry
goods and clothing , mudo an assignment hist
night to the sheriff for the bunullt of their
crwlltors. Liabilities between f..WO und
fa,000 , Henry W. King & Co. , of Chicago ,
Jjehur thu principal creditors ,
Four Mora Urunln .1 uroi- .
CIIKUOO , Oct. 8 , To-day four were Jur
ors were sworn In to try the Cronln uuse ,
Vulng eight now secured. Tim names ot the
last four uro Uuort'o ! Corko , W. S. North ,
Jlonry D , Wnluor and Frank Allison The
ilofonio uscxl another one of their peremp
tory ctmlleiiRcii , leaving but twolvu to Mioir
THU SPKRU KING.
CINCINNATI , Oct. 8. The track nt Lntonln
was fast tOHlny. The attendance wns good
nnd the weather was clear and cold. Sum *
Three-year-olds and upwards , three-quar
ters of n mile Consignee won , ICuttlo S sec
ond. Dutchman third. Tlmo lIO # .
Tiuco-yeor-olds upwards ,
Hlxtccnths of n mile Hcnounce won , \ % nr
Ponk second , CheMnut Hell third. Time
Three-year-olds upwards ,
sixteenths of n mile Clamor won , Irish Dan
second , Monnlo King third. Time 1 :22 : > 4.
Two-ycnr-olds , llvo furlongs Hivllynoo
won , Hopeful second , Mllldnlo third. Time
Three-year-olds and upwards , mlle nnd
three-sixteenths Fortunatus won , Long-
alight second , Cams third. Tlmo-2 : lK.
Kimhnll atnkc * ) , tivo-.vtvir-old colts , ste lur-
longs Kiucmont won. Illloy second , Good-
hyo third. Time I MO.
MOHIII ? PAIIK , Oct. 8.-Klng William foil
In thu sixth race und rolled over on Clayton.
Clayton's Injuries nro painful but not neces
sarily serious. King William limped to his
stable. .Summary :
Five htidone-hnlf furlongs Fordlmm won ,
Clayton StocKton second , Finance third.
Ti mo1:113. : .
Three-year-olds , mile nnd one-eighth
Cracksman won , Errio second , Curtnwny II.
third. Time 1 i.V.i .
Fashion stakes , two-year-old lllhcs , three-
fourths of n milo--'tilla Black burn won ,
Pearl Set second , Sinaloa third. Time
Mlle p.nd one-fourth Huntress won. Frank
Ward second , Barrister third. Time 2:14.
Milo and ono-slxtcenlh Vosburg won ,
Lurchmcnt second , Dutch Uollerthird. Time
Five furlongs Oregon won , Freedom second
end , Civil Service third. Time 1:02. :
loroino t'arlc KIICOM.
JKIIOMB PAIIK , Oct. 8. The weather was
cold and the attendance small. Summary :
Ono mile Xephyrus won , Prlnco Edward
second , Lady Heel third. Tune 1llW. : .
Mile und oiut-clghtli-Goldcn Heel won ,
Charlie Arnold second. Time U:07. :
Pcllium handicap , two-year-olds , three-
fourths of u mlle Burlingion won. Fan Fan
second , Cyclone third. Time ll'J : > .
Milo and one-sixteenth King Crab won ,
Uencdlctino second , Little Alinch third.
Time 1:54. :
Six furlongs Radiant won , Fitz James
second , HiM'lhu third. Time 1 :2l : ) .
Mile and one-eighth Valet won , Lctretia
second , Esquimaux third. Time : JUt.
The Futurity htnlco .
Ci.cvur.Axn , Oct. S. The Futurity stnUe
race , under thu auspices of the Spirit of the
Times , was trotted hero to-day. A silver
cup valued nt $1,000 nud $3ttS : in cash went
to the winner , SI , DOS to second nnd $531 to
third. Margaret S , tlio California ! ! ropro
Bontative , won in three straight heats , Palo
Alto Bell second , Fortuim third , Sau Male
fourth. Time iSSX- ! :
Thr ; American Association.
CINCINNATI , Oct. ti. Hesult of to-day's
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 'J 3 0 5 1 10
Kansas City.'J 00000010 a
BAI.TIMOUI : , Oct. S. Uesult of to-day's
Baltimore 0 .T 0 0 4 3 0 9
Brooklyn 0 5 12
Game called on account of darkness.
ST. Lens , Oct. S. Uesult of to-dny's
St. Louis t n 1 3 I ) a 1 0 * I )
Louisville o 3
Coi.fMiiv.i , Oot. S. The Athletics failed to
arrive , owing to : i railroad accident , and ttio
game was given to Columbus by u score of
'J to 0.
The KIHI : > Hall \Voi-lcl Delight.-U
with Williams' scloivtiih : Indoor counterpart.
Exciting us the Jleld game. For sale in
Omaha at sporting goods , book and fancy
He Will Not linn For Governor of
Niw Om.ius-3 , Oct. S. Captain JVIm-
berly , collector of internal revenue , received
a letter yesterday from Gonen.l James K.
Chalmers , who was nominated by the Mis
sissippi republicans for governor. It con
firmed his reported withdrawal from the con
test , together with Judge Frazee , who was
the republican cadidatc for attorney general.
Chalmers stated In his letter that on several
occasions , when uuont to speak ut UilTercnt
points in the state , he was dissuaded by ttio
members of his partv nnd democratic friends ,
who said the killing of negroes would com
mence and it would bo charged to him. Ho
announced that If his republican friends did
not wish him to spealc ho would resign the
nomination nnd go home.
Tooli-'s Kli'ctton Conceded.
IIui.KXA , Mont. , Oct. S. The Independent
says the election of Toolo ( dom. ) for gov ;
crnor is now conceded by a majority of from
! ! 00 to GOO , and Carter ( rep. ) for congress
witU 1,000 majority. The democrats claim
tlioTct'isluturo by seven. The republicans
will not concede us much , but say that on the
face of the returns it Is democratic anil claim
fraud in Silver How and Deer Ledge coun
ties. The Im'cpeadout claims thu state sen
ate is u tie and that the housu Is democratic
try a majority of sovon.
* . Oct. S. The Houlangist-conscrva-
tlvo coalition has been llnally ruptured , The
Guuloits ( conservative ) says : "Tho con
servatives united with the Boulungists to
obtain n revision. The conviction prevails
that that measure is now buried and the con
servatives will resume their liberty of
The Snloil ( Orloanist ) says it considers
General Hoiilantror us good us dead.
A councilor minister * was held to-day , nt
which it was decided to convene the cham
bers during thp llrst week in November.
Ho Speculated nnd IH
Sioux FALLS , S. D. , Oct. 8. Dan F.
Christy , representing Mulcaliy & Co. , com
mission merchants and brokers in Chicago ,
is missing and Is-short.f 'OO In his accounts.
Christ,1' bus been using the money given him
for margins for his own speculations , which
have turned out unfortunately , it Is said
ho played thu HIIIIIO guino in Do * Molnos
some yciirt. ago and iiiruln lately in Chicago.
> \ iMysicnmu Suicide ,
Li\vi.Nw : < iimt. ICiin , , Oct. 8. [ Special
Teloeriim to Tun Bni.J Katlu Gallagher ,
aged 10 , took morphine this evening nt the
Washington house , where Hho took u room
upon her arrival from Kuusas City. No
cause is assigned by the girl for the rash not.
She left n letter as follows :
Mrs. A. Gallagher , Burlingumc , Kan. I
left Wenr'ti a long tlmo ago and huvo been
sick In Kansas City and spent all my money.
Como to Loavenworth for me. KITTII ; ,
The girl is u working girl und came hero
from Kansas City this morning. The affair
is a mystery.
Tlin Li-NKOii ol' i ho I " ! not Case.
oni ; , Oct. ti. As a result of the
Flack divorce case , the Judges of tha supreme
court in this city have coma out against
secret divorce proceedings. At u mooting of
judges huid to-day , which was attended by
every Judge on the bunch , it was resolved
hereafter thai them will no no references In
actions for nbsoluto divorce , and they will
bo tried In open court.
l y Slnkm-sn ,
CHICAGO , Oct. 8.Mrs , Fritz KuU , u young
wlfo , poured half a bottle of curboliu ncid
down her baby's throat this morning , then
swallowed the remainder herself. Both nro
dead. The mother is supposed to have been
crazed by sickness ,
t PAIII > . Oct. 8--The great amphitheater of
the school of luedlclnu was destroyed by Iiro
EMPRISE IS APPRECIATED
Words of Pralao For The Boo and
THE FLYER DRAWS THEJM OUT.
'I'ha Now l-Vnluro Only In tilno AVIlli
the 1'njicr'fl Jlcimtntlnu For
Getting to tlio Front
Grit Wins. '
Pool-loss tn tlio. West.
FMKMOXT , Neb. , Oct. 8. [ Speclnl to
Uit.J : THE Hun's ' enterprise in inittdiK on n
special trnlu to deliver Its Stindny ctlltlnna
nlong tlio line ot the Union L'ncida rend Is
commended on every hand. U'ho ' train
wtmzod throiitrh Fremont' at 5:13 : ! olclodlc ,
just nt the first dnxvn of day , and dropped
its liueo iniukuRus ot SU.ViuV Ur.ifg for Fro-
montund points along the line of the Jilk-r
horn roml , traversing Urn north unil south
Hatto country. City Circulator. Douglass
wns ut the twin with his force of carrloro
with their fleet ponies , und soon , ttio papers
wcro holng dohvorod at the doors of the
numcroiiB suhscribors , TUB llr.c always bo-
tntr the fnvorito Omiilia panel * In Fremont ,
The subscribers ivcro surprised at this stroke
of enterprise und yet .not astonished WhOti
they coii llurcd Unit It was Tim HEC.
AIIIOUK some of the expressions of com-
nicndntion were the following !
Hon. Li. O. Hlchards : It'shoivs remnrltnblo
cntorprlso. , TUB Hun Is.n great newspaper.
A. t'ruesilell : 1 rogi.nl the fust special
train na a great entcrpriso , BomotliliiK lllco
Story used to show when Uo controlled the
the Chicago Times.
Congressman Dorsoy : Tnn HER Is foltbw-
liifr in the wnko of the grout metropolitan
dailies In the east. . Ono thiug which plvcs It
Kreut prestlKQ In Nebraska is Its splendid
Washington service. It Is the greatest
newspaper west of Chicago. It prints the
. ) . \V. Love : Hosewator shows rcmnrlc-
nhlo onturprlso in this train. Ho is the only
Journalist In Nebraska who has nurvo and
backbone to undertake such , a thlnR. Ho is
nt the head of Nebraska Journalism.
Julius ijackman : It Is somaliilng fowincn
would undertake. Tim UEE is a hummer. .
W. I. . May : Next to the Nebraska llsh
hatcheries I'm : Hun is the .greatest institu
tion in Nebraska. *
Mayor Shcrvla : I regard Tun Br.is as the
only state impor. This now feature Is a
Rreat advantage to suburban towns. It is In
line with Tim Hull's established reputation
for getting to the front.
W. C. jrady : It is a great stroke of en
terprise and takes lots of urit to do it.
Dr. L. , T. Abbott : Tits Huu is peerless m
the west us a uoivsuaper. Hosawnior is a
thorough ncwspapeV niuii. Ho is at work
when others arc asleep. TUB UKE is one of
the greatest political and business factors of
Grniul iHlnml AlipruulntcH It.
QUASH I I.AXI > , Nob. , Oct. 8. [ Special to
TUB HUB. ] Tin : SUNDAY UEi ! arrived hereon
on the "llyer" at 8:20 : a. in. , and was quickly
distributed. The sales were three times that
of last week and papers were soon KOIIO.
Many congratulatory expressions were heard
of THE Hut's enterprise from leading busi
"TIIK Hin deserves to ba richly patronized
for its enterprise , " said II. J. Palmer.
"It is but another example of the superior
ity of Tun HII : : over all western papers , " ob
served C. P. U. Williams.
"Tun UHK is the most onterurislng paper
in Nebraska , " was the comment ofV. . It.
Hacon , county attorney.
"I'm : Hnis is the best paper west of Chl-
capo , " said M. C. Kidder.
"TUB BEE management is to bo congratu
lated on its onorey anil should bo patronized
liberally , " saiii Judge T. O. C. Harrison.
"A Sunday inornim ; uupt-r has long been
needed in Central Nebraska , " said Charles
Wustnor , "and the new departure of TUB
HKI : will prove a paying investment. "
"Tin : llni : , " said Judge Caldwell , "has
placed itself In the front rank of American
journalism by its energy and enterprise. "
"The pcoplo of Central Nebraska slioulu ,
by its hearty support , make TUB HEB ilyor u
financial success , " said J. M. Marsh.
' Othurlinpcrs may follow the example of
Tin : HIK , but tiio people will und should re
member the pioneer , " soiil J. G. Kaine.
" 'J HE Uii : : owes its success to its indomita
bly pluck and energy , " said G. II , Mosher ,
"and Us Sunday ( Iyer is but , another example
of its enterprise. "
CoiniiK-iMled nt Hustings.
'Tlio Sunday morning OMAHA HUB was
cried by the newsboys on the streets of
Hustings yesterday before half the popula
tion wore ready for breakfast , " says Mon
day's Hastings Nebruskan. "They were
carried by special train over the Union
I'ncillo road to Grand Island in time to con
nect with the regular train for this city. It
was uu unsuspected surprise to Sunday
morning readers of literature , and the pupcrc
sold rapidly to people who warmly com
mended the stroke ot enterprise. "
Tliisy Want a Dally Plyor.
O.XTiiAiCITV , Nob. , Oct. 8. [ Special to
Tun HEK. ] Tin : Ben llyer brought joy to its
patrons in tills city Sunday morning , and to
many others who wanted n Sunday paper
In the morning. Tomlm , the u''ont , couldn't
deliver It in all parts of town at the same
minute , and ho had scarcely started out In
one direction till ho found himself besieged
by would-bo buyers and those already
patrons from another. All vote the move a
Croat stroke of enterprise. Yesterday Tin :
Hun was the only paper talked about , and
about the only one road. This is very much
of a Sunday , church-going town , but tlio
people so light Tun Uin : , und they sought it
to read. The business men especially were
ploused , and their only regret is that you do
not make the ( Iyer service daily Instead ot
xveokly. All interviewed were unanimous
In wishing the enterprise ) that success which
will waruant an extension to cover tlio wholu
Howard Is Delighted.
Sownrd Democrat : J. P. Knapp , of THE
OMAHA Uii : : , was In town Monday and Tues
day In the Interest of that paper. Ho says
arrangements have beer inndo BO that herb
after the people of Bewurd can got that paper ,
at 11 a , m. each Sunday via freight ever iho
Fremont , ElUliorn & Missouri Valley roud.
Our pcoplo will appreciate this , ns they can
not at present got u Sunday daily from any
It In ( ircnt.
Fremont Tribune : THE Hnc has inaugur
ated u special service delivering its Sun
day morning edition along the line of j the
Union Piicilla and B. & M. rbnds. beginning
last Sunday. It has chartered u special train
running us far as Grand Inland on the Union
1'acillu. it arrives at Fremont at 5:15 : a. m.
it U a great enterprise
A. KlIHtlC ! * ,
Hrainurd Eagle : Tin : OMUIA HKR h n
rustler and no mistake. Ever anxious to
please their patrons , they have now chart
ered an engine which will curry Tin : SUN
DAY Her. for all points on the Superior line
of the Fremont , ICIkhorn t Missouri Valley
to Fremont and them make connection with
the Superior freight. Verity Tin : Hii : loads
It enterprlso several lengths ahead of all
Vivo iloliiiHiowu VIoliniH.
JOHNSTOWN , Oct. 8. Five bodies were
taken out of Stony Creole river to-day by the
workmen while removing rubbish. There
poems to bo no doubt that u great many
corpses wore washed In here , and as the sur
face deposits tire removed many moro bodies
wilt likely bo brought to light.
Kent in Ills Jtosisriiutloii.
BOSTON , Oct. 8. United States District
Attorney Gulvin has sent his resignation to
the president. Ciulvin is a democrat und wus
uppolutcd in 1SS7.
. . . .
Frost In Alalminit.
MONTOOMKIIV , Oct. 8. There was froet
all over middle and north Alabama las :
Seventh " \Vnrd. Dr-mocrnts Whoop
Things Up Im Mvoly Stinpo.
There was n lively meeting of the untorrl *
lied In thu Seventh ward last night , and
when the hour adjournment arrived
wliUe-wliigod peace''had taken flight and
was following the star of omi.lro ns for west
as Pnplllion , to shy tire least.
It was n notable assembly , to say the least ,
Mike Kocho , the present county clerk , was
there , and In mldftlon t.o n copious load of
red liquor , curried an , unquenchable desire
for rouoinlnnllon In his outside pockets.
It was thu latlcjpltjco of furniture that
caused the trouble , and not the red liquor
and lager , for Mike was not the only man
who had tils sldcbo.irds on ,
The democracy of the Seventh ward have
thrco candidates to present for nomination
at the convention Saturday , viz : John Uoyd
far sheriff , Jeff Megoatn for registrar of
deeds and Mlka for county cleric.
Of late there has been u strong anti-Hocho
movement organized In the ward , ami In con
sequence his chances for scouring the dele <
gates have been considerably Jeopardized , so
yesterday afternoon ho put n hupo Waterbury -
bury movement or. himself , nnd by a liberal
distribution of tlncturo of Gambrinus suc
ceeded In getting n largo number of hlsconj
stltuents to attend the meeting.
About two hundred members of tlio
Seventh wnrd democracy were present when
the meeting opened. The business of the
evening , tliat of nominating delegates to the
convention , was staled by President Mori-
arlty , and on a motion of u member It was
decided that the best wny to nvold a clash
was to allow Messrs. Hoyrt , Megonth and
Hocho to cheese the delegates and alternates
to the convention.
Thd candidates retired and in the interim
T. J , Points delivered n short address on
' Why am InDomocrat7"
Editor Vaughn , of the Daily Tax List , then
took u decided stand against prohibition In
Dakota , and was followed by n young tnun
of ebon hair nnd high forehead named
Townsund , who spouo regarding a few mut
ters In Garland county , Iowa , until drowned
out by the music of the Seventh ward band.
Then the committee reported ns follows :
Delegates P. W. Uurkhouso , J. Samuel
Gosnoy , Andy Murphy , Jerry Uyan , Kd.
Mormrlty , Chris Msson nnd Uobnrt Curtis.
Alternates William Walter Townsend , *
G. II. Mnck , John Dldaus , D. McPhail , G.
W. Covillo , Martm Singleton nnd William
Klcht at this point the trouble began , for
one of Kocho's friends moved that the dele
gation be pledged llrst , last and all the time
to the three candidates of the ward , recnrd-
less of anything that might occur , County
Agent Malioncy amended by moving that
they go unlnstructod , and some ouo amended
the amendment by moving tlio previous
question. The chair decided that
the previous question could not bo
voted upon ; that a motion to
adjourn was not in order , nnd that ho didn't
care a continental for Cusliing's or Uohorts'
manual ; nnd furthermore , Unit ho proposed
to put n motion and that all who wanted to
send the delegates uninstructed suy aye ,
these opposed no motion lost , "divide ycr-
selvus , " which they did , and the chair was
Kocho waved a copy ot the tax list over his
head , shouted "beer , " nnd In less than five
minutes the hull was empty with the execu
tion of a few older ones who stayed long
enough to nominate 'H. U. Nowcombo lor
assessor anil Chris Shumwuy and J. P. Man
ning for constables. ,
Then the meeting adjourned subject to
Kltlhtli Ward Democrats.
Democrats of the Elgjith ward hold a cau
cus at Wolf's hall at Twcntv-second ana
Cuming last night. C. A. Leary was chosen
chairman and Edmund Hurko secretary.
A. Hobon moycd'thnc the voters present
proceed to nomlnhlo delegates to bo voted
on at the primaries. There was no second.
J. \Vlnspcar moved that the chair ai > -
polnt a committee of llvo to recommend dele
gates to bo voted upon. Ho received a sec ;
end , but Hnbon tiladti another sucech in fu-
vor of his originalmotion , and was encored.
Hill Anderson blow his horn as usual with
Lawyer Folker said something , and finally
n committee of live \vero' appointed by the
chair to select seven names. The committee
was composed of Messrs. Winspcar , Will-
lams , Hungute , Eaguriund Wolff.
After a recess of thirty minutes the com
mittee reported on the following delegates :
C. P. Williams , H. Schroeder , Michael
Downs , D P. Angel , Alfred Wolff. Fred
Woyinullor and James Ilyland.
The report of the committee was adopted ,
and after Anderson screamed "rats , " ho loft
The Judges named for the wnrd to act on
Iho day of the primary election are Mike
Eugiin , C. W. White and J. A. Worshain.
Collier's Condition Hopeless.
CinoAOO , Oct. 8. | Special Telegram to
THE HIE. ] The condition of Frank Collier ,
the prominent Chicago attorney and politi
cian who wus recently soizcd with insanity ,
is announced to be hopeless. Ho is under
medical treatment ul u sanitarium near Mil
waukee and entertains the delusion that he
is bolng chased by Burlington strikers.
Collier was an issno in the city campaign of
last spring on account of having been as
saulted by intimidating ward workers , and
his duplorublo mental disease is by many re
puted to Uo the result of thu assault mudo on
him at the Eleventh ward primaries.
Dili ; Up Twenty 'I lioiiwanll Dollars.
PiiH.ADCi.i'iiu , Oct. 8. While digging in
Lincoln park , Just below Hod Hank , N. J. , a
laborer turned up $20,000 in bank notes is
sued many years ago , by the Concord bank ,
of New Hampshire. It is believed , that the
money was buried by a noted banlc robber
named Sherman , who lived there many
years ago. The money has been claimed by
the owners of Lincoln park.
ChrlHtiiiiiH rillnd I5y Tnrkn.
LONDON , Oct. 8. The Daily News prints a
letter from Crete which confirms the report
that Cliakir Pasha , the governor , allowed the
Turkish troops to plllago und porsectito the
Christians , after gaining their conlldcnco by
promises of protection. The letter gives the
list of killed , banished und Imprisoned , and
describes the atrocities in detail.
Grateful to Kloux City.
BOSTON , Oct. 8. The New iJnglnmiors
who have boon visiting Sioux City by Invita
tion of Us board of trade returned to-day ,
A permanent organization was formed for
the purpose of holding n reunion nt which
the method of showing n proper appreciation
of the hospitality of Sioux City will be
'Jlio Australian SyMom Ton I oil.
CHATTANOOGA , T nn. , Oct. 8. The first
election In this statu under the Australian
system of voting occurred hero to-day in a
n municipal election. It was the quietest
election over known1 in the city. There was
loss Illegal voting than In any previous
election. John A , , Hurt , republican , was
elected mayor. *
Tlio Cnlilornlit ICxproKH
POIITIANP , Ore. , Oct. , 8. The south bound
California express "was- wrecked by striking
two cows on the triick'lust night near Hal-
soy , Ore , Thollroihiwwns instantly killed
and the engineer sm-ionHly Injured. None of
tlio passengers were Injured beyond being
shaken up. _ _
Till ) Tvpotlli'lIU III
Sr , LOUIH , Oct. B.1 The third annual con-
volition of the T-yjfothutuj of American
Association of Muster Printers convened
to-day , with delegates present from nil parts
of the union. Among thu chief questions to
bo discussed aru the eight-hour system of
labor and the International copyright law.
LONDON , Oct. 8. Captain Lawlcr , of tha
boat Novel-sink , wus brpught before the
magistrates at Portsmouth to day and
churgcd witi | attempt to murder. The
prisoner was renuinded pending thu recov
ery of the bailiff.
llio VHIml I'ropliutH' I'ar.idc ,
ST , Louis , Qot. 8. Tue VclIcU Prophets'
parudo to-night was a marked success , and
was witnessed by immense throngs of people ,
the city being llllod with btranm's. A bnll
was given at the music hall of thoKxpoaitlon
building for tlio llrst time.
THE UNION DEPOT QUESTION.
Stops Tnkon to Have * It Submitted
to the Fooploi
ACTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL.
A Committee Appointed to Confer
With the Hnllrond Ofllolnts
anil to I'rcpnro nn Onll-
iiiinco nt Oner.
Tha Cliy Council.
Members Ford and Hnscnll were absent
from the council meeting lust night , nnd ns n
result a great deal .of business was dis
patched In a peaceful nnd rapid monitor. The
matters bet'oro the mooting wore disposed of
before 10 o'clock , n very unusual happening.
The union depot question wus brought up
by n resolution of Mr , Bedford's to the effect
thatn committee of llvo bo appointed by the
chnlr to confer with the ofllclnls of
the U. & M. and Union Pacific
railway companies and report to tlio council
nt the earliest possible moment nn
ordinance providing for the submission of
thu proposition to aid In the construction of
the Viaduct across Tenth stccot In connection
with the Union depot , and to consider further
What stops' arq necassary to bo tnkon by the
city In'ordor to confirm the property desired
fob union depot purposes by the union depot
The resolution was adopted nnd Hcdforcl.
Loxvry , Snyiler , Knspor and Ford appointed
ns the committee.
U ho street sweeping contractors were or
dered to sweep Jackson street from Seventh
G. W. Tlllson , city engineer , was granted
a ton days Icavo of absence.
The city engineer reported the receipt of
WlOfrom plumbers and dralulayers during
the month of September.
The flro and police commissioners' pur
chase of a now chemical engine utul six no w
lire alarm boxes was approved.
The plumbing Inspector's report , showing
the receipt of $110 , wus received nnd re
ferred to the comptroller.
The city physician reported 1CU births and
seventy-throe deaths in the month of Sep
The receipts of the city boiler inspector's
oilico for September amounted to ? i'J ' .
The bond of John F. Coots , In the sum of
$1(10,000 , for the proper construction ot the
city hall , with Thomas Murray nnd C.
Spccht ns sureties , was approved.
The following estimates wuro approved :
Hugh Murphy , paving Plerco street from
Tenth to Eleventh. &UU.03 ; Twentieth
street , from Cass to Izard , ? 3,2iy.93 ; J. B.
Smith & Co. , pavlup Thirty-second street
from Farnntu to Davenport , ? 1KU.55 ,
Twenty-fifth street from Dodge to Farnutn
street , f olS.T-l ; Kegau Bros. & Co. , paving
Seventeenth street froift Farnam to Hurnoy
street , § : J3'i.3r ; paving Eighteenth street
from Farnum to Hnrney street , SS-1 1.39 ; pav
ing Lenvenworth street from Fourteenth to
Twenty-fourth street , $2,01 1.W5.
The contract of Hugh Murphy for chnng-
Inir paving material on Poppleton nvcniio
from Colorado sandstone to Galcsburg brick
J. K. Uiley & Co.'s contract for paving
Twentieth street from A'inton street to Van
Camp's addition with cedar blocks was
referred bade to the boardof public works to
secure the comptroller's certillcato of funds.
Contracts were approved : With Canllcltl ,
Fleming & Co. , for grading Thirty-sixth
street from Farnam to Loavenworth and
Half IJowurd from Uhirty-sixth street to
Solden street ; with , John F. Dailey , for con
structing sewer in sewer district No. OS.
A petition for a sewer on Twenty-first
street south of Leavcnworth was granted
nnd the city engineer ordered to prepare the
The bill of Mount Griftln for 5110 for
street , sprinkling in 1SSS wus allowed.
Thomas Cummings1 bill of ? 'J15.2. ) against
Congdon & Eagan , the contractors who
graded Sherman uvenuo , was referred to the
committee on grades and gracing.
The bill of K. H. Fena for work on sewers ,
amounting to $10.09 , went to the committee
A petition for the grading of South Seven
teenth street from tlio B. & M , tracks to
Center street , was referred to the committee
on grades and grading.
Vacancies on the boards of supervisors of
registration were filled by the following ap
pointments : First ward First ciistriut , C.
I' . Hurkett ; Scott Butler , J. B. Toohc ; Second
end district , E. G. Flagg ; Third district. P.
II. Million. Fourth ward First district ,
Charles Ellis. - Fifth ward Second district ,
E. C. Erliing. Seventh ward-First district ,
E. T. Sholby. Eiehth ward First district ,
J. E. Sni'ill.
A lot of the citizens up in the vicinity of
Twenty-llfth street and Patrick avenue don't
want any manufacturing industries up thnt
way , and presented a petition asking the
council to declare a proposed iron foundry in
that vicinity a nuisance. The petition wns
referred to the committee on police.
A resolution was introduced by Mr.
Shrivel- extending the lire limits south of
Pierce , west to Thirtieth , north to Parker ,
and east on Grnco to Eighth street. It wns
referred to the committco on Judiciary.
The council will meet on Thursday , Oc
tober IT , ns u board of equalization.
H.v resolution of Mr. Wheeler the board of
public works , sidewalk inspector nnd street
commissioner wcro assigned to the room in
the court house recently vacated by the city
treasurer , ana noiler and plumbing inspector
to the room recently vacated by the city
A bill was presented from the Scicic Man
ufacturing Company for $ .1.00 for canvns
hags furnished to the chief of pbtico for tlio
purpose of keeping the effects of prisoners.
The claim wus itemed as the articles were
purchased without the autnority of the
comptroller , and contrary to the provisions
of the charter.
Ordinances wcro introduced nml referred
declaring the necessity of constructing n
viaduct on Ixnrd street ever the Missouri
Pncitlo and Chicago , Milwaukee , St. Paul
und Omiilin railway tracKs ; ordering the
paving of Twentieth street from Vinton
.street to the north line of Van Camps addi
tion with cedar blocks on Hand and plank ;
levying a tux to pay for ttio opening of
Webster street from Thirty-second to Thirty-
Ordinances were passed : Changing the
grade of Hurt street from a point < KIO feet
east of Pleasant street to Thlrty-llfth street ;
extending Twenty-sixth street south of
Hickory street ; ordering the grading of
Grove otrcct from Dodgj to Davenport.
A. Hlnody Aftrfty.
Sam Sidney and C. H. Anderson , two
burly colored men , engaged in n riot last
night In the rcarof Jerry O'Grady'sualoon on
South Eleventh street , which resulted in
Sydney's having his loft oar bitten bit and
Anderson losing his right hand.
The row started ever some room rent
which Sydney alleged Anderson oived him ,
The latter disputed the claim and a Tight , en
sued , in which Sydney had his loft auricular
bitten off and chewed into a pulp. Ho was
not daunted , however , hut obtained an axe
and wont for his opponent , wounding hini
severely nnd nearly Hovering his right hand ,
Hoth men wcro HITCH toil , taken to the sta
tion and their wounds attended ,
A 'Mexican Flood.
ST Lori ? * , Oct. 8. Advices from Mexico
say heavy losses have bean incurred In Pal-
oiiins , Hcnu Jomlllo nnd Aliuacotlao by thu
ovcrliowiiiK of the Pollmun rlvor. Thrco
persons were drowned ut Ahuacotlan.
i'roniiiincuil n < : < uiar.l.
ST. LOUIH , Oct. S. Advices from Mexico
Hay the report that two batallions of infantry
were nearly annihilated In ti recent buttle
with ViMinl Indians In Sonorn is pronounced
u canard by the war department ,
A llonklcutipiir Hlclps.
CHICAGO , Oct. 8. A. II. Peck , the confi
dential bookkeeper of the Chicago ofllco of
P. Lorillard & Co.t hai disappeared. It is
stated ho has overdrawn the Jinn's money to
the extent of several thousand dollars.
I'rolilliltlon Htirlnit In Connedimit.
llAimoiM ) . Conn. , Oct. 8. With u dozen
towns to hear from the ofllcial returns give
aibM : majority against .tie prohibitory
Tlio HrillHli Hpiailron at Kiel.
BKIII.I.V , Oct. 8. The British squadron ar
rived at Kiel to-day , Emperor William pa
a banquet in honor of the English ontcoiu.
TIIK COUNTV Uti
Tlio t'tncc.s nt WIHnh the Voting AVtll
The county commissioners met yesterday
afternoon and designated tlio following poll-
intf places for the county election to bo held
on November M.
First District-Southwest corner Tenth
Second District 1117 South Sixteenth
Third District Engine house , Eleventh
BiCOM : WAU1 > .
First District 1218 South Sixteenth street.
Second Dlstrlct--lS71 South Sixteenth
TltlltP W.VIlt ) .
First District 1020 Harncy Mrcot.
Second District P. Ford's place.
First District ICO" Cupltol avoiiuo.
Second District 171'J St. Mary's avciiuo.
First Dl9trlet-60l North Sixteenth street.
Second District No. 0 onglno houso.
SIXTH w.vnn ,
First DIstnct-'Jo.TO Lake stroot.
Second District Lyceum hall.
' Sr.VF.NTl ! WAtlP.
First District School hou oTwcnty ninth
Second District H. G. Clnrk's ' building ,
Twenty-ninth near Dupont.
First District Harness shop.Cuining near
Second District Furuy's barn , Cuming
and Twenty-fourth streets.
First District Johnson's store , Twenty-
eighth nnd Fnrnum.
Second District Kynn'n store , Mercer nnd
First District F. Pivonlm's store on N
Second District J. Lev ! , Twenty-sixth
street , hot ween N and O.
Third District Hear Kelker's hotel , Q
Fourth District Exchange hotel.
Florence School house at Florence.
Union Grumm's hotel , Irvington.
Jefferson P. Dcldrectison's hotel , in Hen-
Valley School house at Valley station.
"Waterloo At Masonic hall building.
Chicago Van Ault's oftlco.
Mlllard At school house at Ml Hard.
McAralo At MoArdlo's school bousa.
Douglas At Huser's plnco.
"West Omaha At school house.
Elkhorn At Town hull.
Edholm & Akin.
"Who iiro they ? "
Rose Coghlan never uppearo'l to better ad
vantage on an Oinnbn stage tlian she did last
night at Boyd's In "Forgot Mo Not. " Tlio
largo uudlcnco that witnessed her presenta
tion of Stephanie was well pleased and thor
oughly enjovcd her work. In many respects
it was really a marvelous bit of acting. The
piny Is intensely dramatic , strong in plot , in
teresting ns to story and tainted with sug
gestions of immorality just enough to make
It fascinating. The character assumed by
Miss Coghlan Is of such typo us to fully
test the powers of any artist. There nro
very few slurs before the public now capable
of handling it at all , nnd more especially
before respectuble audiences , Among these
who have dared to undertake the part In
recent years , Miss Coirlilan's interpretation
of it is certainly superior to any other. Her
conception adds moro retlnud lastc und less
of the broad , harsh , dissipated features than
ihoatre-goers , especially in this section , have
boon accustomed to seeing. In audition to
the dramatic business , which ranked very
high , she dressed the character iti a
manner that has never before
been approached , appearing In a different
costume in each ol ! the three ucts. To the
ladies present these gowns must have been
objects of great admiration and pleabing
beauty. They were indeed magnificent. As
"Forget Me Not" Is played virtually by four
people , MI.SB Coghlan's support was nil that
could be dcsireu. Mr. John T. Sullivan ns
Sir Horace Wcblcy shared the honors with
her , while Miss Agnes Thomas and Miss
Alieo Fairbrothor.'iis Alice Verno.v and Mrs.
Folpy , respectively , deserve the highest
praise. All in nil , it was a powerful und
well conducted performance.
"Lost In New York * ' drew another large
nnd appreciative audience to the Grand opera
house last night. The performance went off
smoothly and was well received.
Tlio aged father of Mrs. General W. W.
Lowe , of this city , died recently at Chatham ,
Mass. Mr. "Havens wns the son of Captain
Daniel and Mrs. Desire ( Howes ) Havens ,
and was born in Chatham , March 5 , 1SOO ,
having reached the ripe old age of eighty
years , six months nnd nineteen days. Ho
had four brothers and four sisters , all ot
whom he outlived except- his youngest
brother , who is now u resident of St. Louis.
Ono of his brothers , the Uov. D. William
Havens , died only a few weeks ago , August
Dl , at East Haven , Conn.
When V young lad Mr. Havens' parents
moved to Norwich , then to Hartford , Conn. ,
whither ho also went nnd attended school
until about the ago.of fourteen years , when ,
without further school advantages , ho went
to Brooklyn und entered a dry goods storo.
When about forty years of ngu ho opened a
general store In Alton , 111. , which wus then
a young , enterprising , country village.
About nine years later the rapidly growing
city of St. Louis offered htrong Inducements
to young men of energy and imterpriso , and
Mr. Havens , with n keen insight and practi
cal knowledge ? of murcnntllo all'airH , opened
a largo dry goods xtoro in that flourishing
city , where for-twelve or fifteen years ho did
a lurKO'Uiid lucrative business. At tlio close
of the war , when everything in that region
wns in un uncertain und chaotic slate , ho
sold out his business and found him
self In u condition to retire from nctivo
service. Ho afterwards wont to Chatham
with his iamily , and remained until his
death , living on the homestead of Mrs. Ha
ven's father and for many years tenderly
curing for the invalid mother of Mrs , Hu-
vons. Mr. Havens married Mr * . Patla
Howes , daughter of the Into Captain and
Mrs. Mnlford IIowus , of Chatham , ami who ,
during the most of his business , life was u
successful merchant in Now York , under
the Una name of Howes & Godfrey. Aflor
retiring from business , Captain Howes re
turned to Chatham and remained until his
Mr. Havens hud four children , two of
whom are now living , Mr. Gnutavus II.
Havens , u dry uoods merchant In St. Louis ,
nnd Mrs. Sarah H. Lowe , wlfo of General
W. W. Lowe , of Omaha.
David E , Hume died lit 1:30 : yesterday.
The funeral will take place from his late
residence , No. ( HW North Nineteenth street ,
Thursday afternoon at ' o'clock , under tlio
auspices of Capitol lodge No , ii. A. F , &
A , M ,
. . . -
Edholm & Aldn.
"Who uro thoyV"
Kt. riillonioiia'H liu/.anr.
Another- largo crowd was attracted to the
bazaar of fat. I'hiioiiienn's church last night.
The affair is growing In- Interest , and thu
indications nro that it will bo one of the
most nucccssful of the kind ever held in this
city. A concert by the Fort Omaha mill-
tury band will he one of the features of the
bazaar this evening ,
AliniKloniMl Her Hey ,
McCturo Van Kttmi Is the name of a
twelve-year-old boy who came'to the station
last night and Impaired for hU mother , The
lad tells an odd story : With his mother ho
came from Winthrop , la. , about five months
ago , since which time they have lived In
Council HlutTs. Yesterday shu brought the
lad to Omaha , and after tolling him to cull
at the pollen station for her , abandoned him
und has not been scon fllnca ,
FUHAV Al bur residence In this city ,
'JlMJl Sowurd street , October 8 , nt ; 'M p , m , ,
Mary , wlfo of Council Fumy , in the seventy-
Mflli year of her age.
Notice of funeral In evening papers.
: THIS CIUIDKIN
llcv. W. > 7. llnrxliu's Appeal to tlio
Favored Iiltllo OUCR of Oniulin ,
Mr DBAJI LITTI.K FntF.Nns : Last yonr
nbout this time I addressed n letter to you ,
nsKinir you to snvo up your pennies until
Christma ! > time to buy presents for tha poor
children. Many ot you responded nobly ,
nnd you rcinombor how much hnpplnost
.vour ponoroslty brought to MX ) families of
little ones to whom Simla Chins would not
huvo gone had It not been for you. Now.
what wns good to do lint your Is good to do
this year. There nro Just ns many poor ,
destitute children In the city now ns then ;
perhaps there Uro more. At all events , our
obligation to thorn Is ns great as over ; nnd i
trust yon will bo Just us rcudy to help tno
to make them happy.
A kind physician was telling me , Just last
week , of the misery of a family Into
which ho was called. Tlio father was away ,
1 think , and the mother wns slclc. There
were so\crnl children nnd tlioy hud 110 emi
to care for them , they nnd gene to sloop In
nil sorts ot shapes and positions on the door ,
wherever th'ey had become too tired to ploy
liny longer. They were dirty and ragged
and looked very forlorn lying about In the
corners and an the Moor. Santa Glaus would
not go to them , and they know nothing at nil
of the pleasures of Chrrtlnmi , There nro
hundrcdi ! of such families hero In Omnlia ,
nnd wo nro going to try to roach everyone of
them with some gift , liowuvur simple. So ,
If you liavci nuy pennies you can i > piiro , or
playthings you Jiave not uulto worn out , nud
ifyou will semi them to me , or tell mowhoro
1 can got them , I will see Unit they are used
In such n way as to make some sod little
heart happy. If you could only huvo gone
around with thu Kind ladies who distributed
your gifts last your , you would Imvo hud
your heiirts niailo glad. This year wo will
try to describe some of the CIIRCM nnd places
visited , and I know that you will bo greatly
Pnrlmps I mny sny to the older pcoplo who
road this reiiuest that the work described
above does not tend in any way to pauperize
the recipients of the cifts ; because the ut-
tempts Is confined to trying to nmho Christ
mas a bright day to those to whom It would
otherwise be dull and without uny Christian
suggestion. It is recognized that promlscu- *
oils giving Is often thu purest mistake , hut
there can bo no harm In throwing n little
brightness Into the life of an Innocent child
whoso man hood and lovoof the beautiful may
thus ho awakened. Omaha has always been
noted for her generosity to her poor ; und 1
may safely venture to urge parents to assist ,
mo in my attempts to so train the generosity
of the children , by awakening their Interest
hi these of their own age loss favorably situ
ated , that our city's traditions in this direc
tion mny bo continued and Increased. Very
cordially yonm , WHLHM.T. HARHUA ,
203 South Tweuty-llfth avuiiuo.
Kilholm & Akin.
'Who ni'o they ? "
IIonil's .Sni-Miipnrilla purifies ( ho blood ,
builds np weak and debilitated systems ,
Ulvcs strength to weakened nerves , over-
conies that thrd feeling , tones the digestive
orpaiis , Invigorates and regulates the kid
neys and liver , cxpuls disease and gives
vigorous health. Young people sny : "It Is
the best medicine we ever took. " Old people
ple say : "It makes us feel young again. "
IBUPRECEDEHTBD ATTRACTION !
W OVKlt A MILLION IISTIUIlUTii ) : >
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Iimiriinriitoil by thu I.ct'l9l tiiru. fur KilncntUiniil
nnd Cliiintaulu purposes , an 1 Its irnnclilxu mii'le ' n
| mrli > t tlio present Mnto Oinslllulluii , In 1S7YJ ( if mi
i vcrn liclnilritf iHipuliir vote.
Its MAMMOTH DltAWIN'CStiUo plncoHeml-
. \mimilly , ( .Inno nnd Ducumbfi-l. nnd Its
OltANDSINliU ; NUMBER UIIAWJNUS tttko
place In oarh ot tno other ten months ot tha
year , und nro all drawn In public , nt tlio Acnd-
umy of Music. Now Orleans , I.a.
FAMED POR TWENTY YEARS.
I'Vir Inittcrity of tin lrawlm'n , and
1'rnnipt Payment of I'ri/.m
Attested as follows :
"Woiln lierL-by certify tl' l wo mipi-rvlfe tlio nr
ninuuim-nti Inr nil llui Monthly uiul Hi'iiil-Aiiuiml
llrutrliixs t tlio 1.0UISIIUW Siatu l-o.tery Conipmiy.
nii.l In iK'trnM iiiuinifiH an.I control lha Drawing
tllOIUMltVI'S , Illlll UUlt 1110 8.U11U HID CumlUC'IOll Kill'
Mft tlm iiMl'r ( len cl Iliniki nnil llnnki-r.H will | iny
nil I'rlri'x drawn In thu l.nulMiuin Btulu liotU'rlt-4
which may liui'm-cntci ' ! at our cuuntc'rn.
II. M. WAUIHI.HV. I'rm. UmiHiaim Nut. Hunk.
I'llJltm : I.ANAIJX. J'ros. Btiito Nnt'I llnnk.
A. IIAI.OWIN , I'ros. NH\V Orleans Nnt'l Hunk.
l.'AUI , Koll.V , 1'res. I'nlon Xutlonal IJuuk
Grand Monthly Drawing
At tlio Academy of Music , Now Or
leans , Tuoaciay , October 15 ,
(889 ( ,
CAPITAL PRIZE , - $3OOOOO
100,000 Tlukolu ! ir Jtvmity Doll urn
noli. 11 ul von , .510 ; Quarterx , $5 ;
TonthK , $1 ! ; Tu-ontinllis Jjil.
I.isr ori'in/.i.s. :
i'Hi/.i : OF po'inn i rvfxoi
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ili-nlrvil , wrllu letibly tu ttiu mi < luri > litmul ,
lutliiK ynur rufliluuru , with Htnu > . County , btrvnt
nml Niiiulii-r. Moru ruplil rulurn mull iu < ilvi > ry will
im uMiiml liy your fudosluK uu Knr IO | > u Ij
your full ailru | ,
M. A. DAUPHIN.
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Washington , I ) . 0.
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