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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : JTBIDAY , OCTOBER 18. 1889.
A Furmor at Lodl Disappears Uu-
clor n Oloud.
ASYLUM OFFICERS IN SESSION.
a'w i I'rlsoners nt Kearney Sentenced
to Ten Vents Knoll for MiumlauRli-
ter Doings of Odil Fellows
at Urnnd Island.
A Lodl Sensation.
C.M.LAWAV , Nob. , Oct. 17. [ Special toTnn
IJr.n. ] Tlie town Of Lodl i * much stirred up
over the mysterious disappearance of Kmmct
Hambrldgc , a prominent farmer. A j'.car
ngo , whllo Mrs. Halnbrldgu wn < sick , It was
discovered that Caroline Torgoson , n four
teen-year-old utopdaughtcr 'of Ualnbrldgc ,
was about to become a mother. Suspicion
' Dolntcd to the stepfather , who turned up
missing. Sheriff Penn subsequently arrested
Bainbrldgo m Council Bluffs , brought him
back to Broken Bow , when ho wus released
on ball. The trial was postponed from time
to time until last month. Meantime , the
baby was born and shortly afterward died.
At the trial , though strong circumstantial
ovldcnco was adduced against Bainbridge ,
the girl , who had been living nt Ills liouso
moat of the time during the scandal , posi
tively swore that hu was not the father of
her buhy. Upoti tier testimony , Bainbridge
escaped conviction and was released.
After the trialthe girl was sent to Gothea-
burg to llvu. Hidnbrldgo came bnck to Lodl ,
nnd , as Is u'cncrully understood , raised 01)0 )
on his farm by a second mort
gage. One day last week bo drove
to Cozad , thirty miles. Returning , ho reached
n house , about fourteen miles from Cozad ,
whore ho took supper. About dark the same
evening his team walked into tbo yard of
.lohn Mat ? : , who lives a few miles nearer
Lodi , hauling the buggy , which was unoccu
pied. From the buggy a package of dry goods
and a whip were missing. There was no
trace of Balnbridec. and Lo has not been
BCOII since. Many parties have feared foul
play anil have beoa searching the canyons
for his body. Others believe that Baiubridgo
li'as quietly departed from the country , tak
ing this method of delaying pursuit. The
theory of foul play Is reasonable from the
fact that Bainbridge woa supposed to have
the $ GO < V lately borrowed , on his person , mak
ing a motive for robbery. Equally sensible is
the theory that he has skipped , as it is said
'that the girl has gene away from Gothenburg
and Is now somewhere in tlie state of Maine.
tinbcoiln ANyliuu Olliourfl.
BKATIIICK , Nob. , Oct. 17. [ Special Tclo-
* -'Rraui to Tun Bnn.l The thirteenth annual
mooting of tbo American Association of Im
becile Asylum Officers is in session at the in
stitute for imbeciles in this city. The ses
sion last evening was duvoted to reports of
superintendents and the reading ot the : ui-
, nuul address of the president of tlio ussociu-
tion. This evening's session was devoted to
clerical reports , and upon the conclusion of
the formal business a uerlod or social enjoy
ment xras indulged , which was participated
in by n number of invited guests iroiu this
city and Lincoln.
Ten Year.lOnch. .
Kr.Aiixr.T , Neb. . Oct. 17. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : Bni : . | Judge Hainor sentenced
Washington Pcttit to-day , who was con
victed of manslaughter for shooting ills
fallioV , to ten years in tlio penitentiary at
George Vancil , the West Kearney mur
derer , who plead guilty of manslaughter
yesterday , received a like sentence.
Mrs. Julia 1'ottit , mother of Wasliinuton
Pettit , was arraigned for trial as an accom
plice in tlio 1'ottit , murder , plead not guilty
and the case was continued until the next
term of court.
Grand l.odtco I. O. O. F.
r GHANI > ISLAND , Nob. , Oct. 17. [ Special
Telegram to Tin : BKI : . | The crnnd lodge ,
I. O. O. P. , in session hero , uaraded the
.streets this afternoon over five hundred
8trout. . They wore preceded by the Daugh
ters of Uobeccu to the number ot ono hun
dred in carriages. It was the finest proces
sion ever witnessed on the streets of
Grand Island. The following are the
grand ledge officers elected for Iho
ensuing year : Grant ! master , W. II.
Barber , of Lincoln ; deputy grand master ;
John Evans , Omaha ; grand warden ,
Loomhr , Fremont ; grand treasurer , Sam
ilcLay , Lincoln : grand secrctury , D. A.
Clinc , Lincoln. The Daughters of Hobecca
elected the following olllcers : President
state convention , Mrs. Armstrong , of Omaha ;
vice president , Mrs. Beaten , Lincoln ,
Hccretary , Mrs. Witloy , Pawaco City ;
treasurer , Mrs. Iloagland , North Platte.
Delegates to the national convention at To-
pcha , Kan. : Sadie Wricht , of Omaha , for
two years ; Alice Williams , Lincoln ; Mrs.
M. E. West , Omaha ; Mrs. Hunt , Kearney.
The members of the L-raml ledge gave a pub
lic entertainment at the opnra house , which
was highly appreciated by the largo audi-
cuco assembled there.
Carritltl Off lli
HESIINOFOHD , Neb. , Oct. 17. There was
, quite a sensation created by an irate father
uud a runaway couple at tbo depot when the
4 o'clock train pulled In. Miss Maud Bul
lock , daughter of the Commercial hotel nro-
| > rlotor , of Nonpareil , had secretly planned
to meet her lover , William Wicker , of this
iilnco , nnd tnlto the train forNcwoastlo. Wyo.
U'ho old im.n got wind of tlio elopement in
time to Intercept tlio disobedient pair just as
they were about to go on the train. The
, fathcr caught bold of Ills daughter and prevented -
vented hnr from getting ou the train. Young
Wicker stepped up to the girl's defense and
then a struggle ensued. The girl pleaded
with her father to Jet her go. She oaid she
could not and would not return home with
.him. Finally tbo old man's strength gave
war and the youutr eouplo hoarded the train
and wcro oil' before tlie old man could re
cover his breath.
North Plat lo iloiinblloanfl I tali IV.
NOHTH Pi.ATin , Neb , , Oct. 17. [ Special to
TUB Bii.J : The republicans of Lincoln
county held a rousing ratification meeting at
the court houso. Hon. J. I. Nesbitt , .ludco
Church , II. M. Grimes and Holt Lungfnrd of
North Platte , Jamot Morrison of Gaudy and
J. W , Nation of Wallace addressed the largo
audience assembled , Honllres and vocal and
Instrumental uiusio were features of the oc
A Kcnrno.y I'nstor'M Allliotlon ,
KEAiiNEiNob. . , Oct. 17. [ Special Tola-
Brain , to Tin : BenKev. ] . J. IX Kerr , for
merly of Nebraska City , and Into pastor of
the Presbyterian church here , bus under
gone n sever. ) mental and physical derange
ment within the past few wcoks , Ho was
uccompanlod by friends to Chicago to-day ,
where ho will take medical advico. Ho will
upend the winter in Milwaukee. Overwork
nnd worry over business mutters Is assigned
us tlio cause of tlio trouble.
A Hlir Criminal Hooker.
CCNTIIAI. CITV , Neb. , Oct. 17. | Special
to THE Bun. ] Monday Judge Post com-
MOnced what promises to bo a lengthy term
of the district court. Thcro nro cluvcn cases
on the criminal docket , the largest number
for.ovor tun years. The cusu against Otto
Foster for embezzling county funds was
heard yesterday , ami although the state's
evidences was positive and was not denied by
the defense , Foster was sot free. Judge
Post's Instructions amounted practically to
orders for conviction , but tbo jury didn't ' fuel
that way. The only point attempted to bo
uiudo by tlio defense was , that Foster was u
"clerk" and not a "deputy. "
The criminal cao against Colonel Wcbstor
Will bo heard in a day or two. The civil case
ngalust Webster and 1m bondsmen Is also togo
to trial this toriu , aud whoa It Is roacncd
go long slogo will bo settled down to. The
cnso is an mtrlciito onu , and every point will
bo stubbornly contested ,
Suicide Near Wyiuore.
nuATuicB , Nob. , Oct , 17 , | Spscl l Tclo
| ram to TUB BEK. ! Coroner Itoo was bum-
monod to the vicinity of Wytnoro this after
noon to hold on inquest on ( ho body of John
Wolf , a Gorman farmer , who had suicided
by jumping Into a deep well on the promise * .
The deceased was generally regarded ns de
mented , and about six weeks ago made an
attempt on his life by cutting a fearful gush
In his throat with a razor. Ho had but re
cently recovered from the first attempt on
his life. Ho Is said to leave a family in com
IM.ittFtninntli'H Now Industry.
PiATTHMOtmt , Nob. , Oct. 17. jSpoclnl to
TIIH BBE. | The first product of the Upper-
maun tnconooscont Electric Lamp company
wcro turned out yesterday and compare fav
orably with tbo lamps manufactured by any
custom firm. None but skilled workmen are
employed aud the quality of all material tiRed
is Iho best , nnd the company has orders'
for lamps which can not bo lllled for some
time nt tbo present rate of manufacture ,
which is 1,200 Ininp * per wt-ok. The cannclt.v
of the factory Is O.IM5U lamp * per week and
a full force will bo put to work soon.
A iarriji& TOO runvious.
The aiovo to Srcnro. fcnyder's Indorse
ment lly Uf-rmnn Democrats.
Circulars wcro distributed over the"wholn
town and advertised In the Gorman Tribune
announcing a meeting of German democrat *
nt Twenty-sixth and Walnut streets at 8
o'clock last night. A small crowd gathered
nt the appointed place , and , after waiting for
some time , Julius Wordln Introduced biinselt
ns the man sent out by Adam Snyder with
Instructions to organize a democratic club for
the hitter's special benefit. Ho stated that
bo had expected to sco n gathering of COO or
81)0 ) people , but ns there was such a small
attendance ho thought it advisable to adjourn
the mooting until next Wednesday , but ex
plained that the intention of the organizers
was to have a club which would Mlpport
Adam Snydcr without roforcnco to any other
candidatu of cither party.
F. C. Ulebo , a prominent democrat , de
manded an explanation from Wcrdln us to
what authority ho had for calling n
democratic meeting and announcing English ,
German and Polish speakers. Ho nsUod if
Adam Snydcr , or the central committee , or
anyone else had authorized such a foolhardy
proceeding as this attempt , to organize a club
for the support of nny ono candidate , and
predicted that Snyder would lose at least 200
or 800 votes on account of this foolishness.
Ho denounced the attempt ns an outrage on
the party , and ono * which would react upon
Werdln did not attempt to replybut merely
stated that the ward was democratic and ho
guessed Snyder would carry ii anyway.
The meeting then adjourned Itself uncere
The Danish democrats made nn attempt to
hold a meeting at Gates' hall , at Twouty-
sixtli and Walnut streets , but only live Danes
enthused enough to meet , and alter waiting
until 10 o'clock for some more ot their coun-
tr.vmcn to materialize , they gave it up and
loft In disgust.
Ninth Ward Hcpnhlfc.inN.
The republican club ot the Ninth ward
held a regular mectinc at 2003 Farnam street
last night. The attendance was largo and
business was conducted with dispatch.
Tlio members of tbo county central com
mittee from tlio Ninth ward wore empowered
to request the executive committee to furnish
teams foe tiso on election day.
P. M. Christiansen , George Simlcy and
William D. Edwards were appointed a com
mittee to canvas's the ward ami make a list
of the names ami locations.of all voters in
Tlio club adjourned until next Friday
.Seventh Ward ItcpnlilicmiH.
At a meeting of tlie Seventh Ward Repub
lican club last night ways and moans were
discussed for getting out a full registration
of tbo republican voters. Of the 1-10J voters
in the ward less than -100 have registered. It
was iinnily agreed to select two men from
each precinct to canvass the ward for regis
tration. Tlio men chosen wcro J. C. Thomp
son and Erick T. 'Johnson in the First pre
cinct , and Pctor Crlss and A. E. Baldwin in
the Second precinct.
Great wiitchsalo this week. Don't fail
to fUtond it at Kdholin & Akin'a , corner
ICth nnd Dodge , opp. P. O.
III3TEC.T1VI2S IN SESSION.
_ _ _ t
ODleers Klcctnd mm 1/mcolu Chosen
for I\ext , Year.
The Officers' and Detectives' association
of the United States held .its annual session
at the Paxton hotel yesterday. Considera
ble business was transacted , much of which
was ticcrnt in its nature. A movement was
inaugurated by which better communicating
facilities will be bud in the future. The de
tails of the plan are quite elaborate in their
nature , and will bo perfected by tbo execu
The association is composed of police ofll-
cors ami detectives , and extends from the
Atlantic to tlie Pacific , Inspector Byrnes , of
the Now York police force , uomg tin active
member. Its object is facilitation in detect
ing criminals. But few members usually
attend the meetings , the business being
transacted by the executive board.
The oillccrs elected yesterday wore C. A ,
Hawley , inspector of police ut Denver , presi
dent ; A. L. Pound , of Lincoln , tlrst vice
president ; John Fuller , Now York , second
vice president ; Frank Anderson , Molinc ,
111. , secretary and treasurer. .
Tlio convention meets next year m Lin
coln , the object boiuir centralization of loca
tion in puicu of ineiaiiiL' .
No Omaha olllcers Joined , as was antici
pated , and the Omaha policy will receive no
bunetit from tlie society.
Why li uv 4 Turn.
"Probably not ono purson iu as thous
and knows why leaves cliiuifro thoii *
color in the fall , " remarked an eminent
botanist the other dny. "Tho common
nnd old-fashioned Idea is that all this
rod nnd golden glory wo sco now is
caused by frosts. A true and soiontlllu ex
planation of the causes of the colonu of
loaves would nouussittUe u loiifj nnd
intricate discussion. Stated briefly nnd
in proper laiiKua o , those causes am
these , says The Home : The green matter -
tor iu the tissue of u leaf is composed of
two colors , rod nnd blue. When Iho
sap coaucs to How in the fall , nnd the
natural jrrowth of tliu tree censes , oxid-
niton of the tissue tnUos pltiuo. Under
certain conditions the green of
the lent changes to rod ; under
different conditions il takes on u yel
low or brown tint. The difference ) in
color is duo to tliu difforcnuo in combi-
imtiou of the original constituents of
the green tissue and the varying con
ditions of climate , exposure nnd goil ,
A dry , cold cllnmlo produces more
brilliant follngo than one that Is dump
and warm. Tills Is tlio reason Hint our
American autumns are so much more
gorgeous than those of Knclnud. There
nro several things about loaves
that oven science cannot ex
plain. For instance , why ono of
two trees growing uido by side , of the
sainn ago uud having thofiamooximsuro ,
should lake on a brilliant red in the full
and the other should turn yellow or
why ono branch of a tree should bo
highly colored nnd the rest of the tree
hnvo only u yellow tint , uro questions
that are impossible to answer as why
ono member of a itunily should bo ior-
feotly hcalthv and nnothor slclcly.
Maples and oaks have the brightest col
Fun With an Kol.
An Erie man hnd great fun the other
day by letting a good eel loose in a
crowded store and tolling the people to
mivo themselves , as the big ratttosnako
had oscnnud from the dime museum , in
the melee a largo quantity of goods was
badly dninngqd , boxes and jars smashed
and the lloor Hooded with molasses.
Four Indies fainted , The eel and the
iiructicul joUor escaped.
Great watch snlo this wool ; . Don't fail
toattond it ut Kdholin & Alcin's , corner
Ifitli and Uodge , opp. P. O.
THE BLIGHT OF THE SOUTH ,
An Eldorado Blasted by the Igno-
rirat Powor-o the Blacks.
A FERVID APPEAL TO THE NORTH
Henry Wnttorson Itofore the Nntlonnl
Itonrd r 'Jratio , In ScsMoit ht
Jjoiiisvlllc , Sjicnks of Iho Cross
of Ills Country.
Tim Ittditlo of Iho S
LOUIBVIM.E , Oct. 10. At tlio second day's
session of tlio National Hoard of Trndo rcso
lutlons wcroadopted In substance as follows !
That our rivers mid tmrborn should bo Itn-
proved and maintained by tlio general ROV-
crniiiunt ; tluil congress prant , no ch.irtera
for bridges over our navigable streams un
less amply stifllclcnt in width nnd Icngtb ;
tlmt congress should orfimilzoii naval rcsurvo
force , nnd that conpross bo ashed to foster
tlio merchant murina b.v ovcry legitimate
menus especially to Soutli America. The
Terry bankrupt bill was endorsed and n
tncinorial adopted reciting its virtues nnd
rocninmcudliiR It to roniiruss for enactment.
A resolution was passed "rrqiiestltiR tlio Pan-
American conpress to tal < o uetlon for tlio
establishment of n unit of colmifjo common to
nil tlio American people. The mcctltigclose.il
to-night witlniKrnnd banquet and nn address
b.v llcmry Wntterson , who spolto on tbo general -
oral stnto of the country.
In concluding bis address Mr. Wntterson
referred to tlio Kldorado the- now south at
length , spealclng of the richness of the fields
to bo opened up there. Ho added : "IJtit
what is tlio value of nil this Ifva have not
order and law remilaloil by intelligent and
responsible government ? llowshalf It p.'ollt
you or anybody if it bo not brought under
the spoil of lhativizard's wand which wo
call civilization , nnd to whom shall this wand
bo committed to the Anglo-Saxon , with
centuries of enlightened freedom behind him ,
or to the African , Just emerged from slavery ?
"No ono can comprehend the moaning of
this great menace to the prosperity of the
south who lias not been there , who docs not
live there : nor is it possible for it to bo
treated with wisdom by any other than local
ngencics. CnnnoL the thinking pcoulu of the
north imagine , if they nro unable to sou this )
Can they not feel that they may trust Iho In
telligence , the humanity , the Christianity of
tbo south nnd the testimony of truly respon
sible northern men who have gone sooth , to
deal with this disease , which outsldo pressure
has always aggravated and will always ag >
gravnto ? "
"I struggled earnestly and long to estab
lish the black man and his rights under tlio
constitution and Its amendments , but I am
lllleti with no vain illusions born of sympathy
and ignorance. I nm blind to none of the
dangers that lurk amid tlio shadows of this
great cross , which for some mysterious pur
pose I know not what has been put upcn
the south , but which , I do know , the south
nlono can break , asthu south ulonohas berne
Grout wntch sale tliis weolc. Don't fail
to attend it at Kdhohn fc Ainu's , corner
15tli and Dodge , opp. P. O.
S1 OKT1NG M3WH.
A Shoot. FOP IJlir Money.
C. C. Hulctt , chief clerk at the Millard ,
nnd Eugene Morritt , day cleric at the same
house , have been laboring under tho' hallu
cination that they are crack wing shots.
Frequent controversies have arisen between
the two gentlemen over their respective.
skill with the gun. and much feeling has
been engendered. A crisis was inevitable.
and their rivalry culminated yesterday
morning in a match shoot , fifty
blue rocus , eighteen yards rise ,
for 610,000 n side. It took place on the Omaha
Gun club grounds , ticross the river , nnd re
sulted as follows :
Hulctt. . I 1011100011111110
Merrill. 1 0110110111010100
Frank Parmclce noted as referee , and Mr.
Morritt labors under the idea that he was
shenniganoc out of the race. Ho claims that
at least llfteen of the birds decided "dead"
by Parinoleo wcrn't oven "dusted , " and has
protested ngiinst the stake-holder , William
Hoagland , from paying over the stakes. It is
a very ugly situation.
A Couple of Match Knees.
"Airholo" Hilly Townsend and W. E.
JCason will shoot a couple of match races
Saturday afternoon for § 23 a side. The first
is to bo " . " > live birds , Ul yards rise , English
modified rules. The second "o blue rocks ,
IS yards rise. After these matches there
will Do a sweepstakes shoot , particinatcd in
by members ol botli the Omaha and Lofovro
lliMiiiRNRcy Knocked Out.
Ullly Hennessey , formerly of this city ,
and ttio man who gave .Ilmmio Lindsay the
hardest light ho ever bad , was knocked out
by Charlie Turner before the Golden CSato
Athletic club , San Francisco , Wednesday
night , after u stubborn battle of forty-live
THIS Sl'KEIJ KING.
CINCINNATI , Oct. , 17. The attendance was
large arid the track Rood. Summary :
Maiden three-year-olds and upwards ,
thrce-quarton ) of a mile Chandler won ,
( jovornor liosa sucond , Maud H. third.
Time 1 : IS.
Thrco-year-olds and upwards , seven furlongs
longsAmos A. won. Kitchott second ,
Mcclciu H. third. Time I : : ) ' / .
Three-year-olds and upwards , seven fur-
IOHIH Lucy 1' . won , UUIIOUIIVQ bccond.
Littrol third. Timo-l : : ) .
Two-year-olds , Jlvo furlongs Clmntross
won , Sena second , .la , Ta thin ! . Time 1 : UI.
Three-year-olds and upwards , tiino fur
longs Fannie won , 1-irutidolc.Uo second ,
1'rinco Fortunatus third. Timo-1 Mitf.
Edftcwater handicap , two-year-olds , tlirro-
quarters of a mile lOxpurienco won , JJolli-
! fiiiK Rci-ond , Mount Lubunnon third. Time
LISMNRTOX , Oct. 17. The attendance was
largc.nnd the track fast. Summary :
Two twonty-snvon class Wndo won , I Jar-
cola HOi'oml , Marquis tnird. Time SjiSIif ,
Match between .yearlings Stamla won ,
Administer second. TimuIUf. : .
Kroo-for-all Jack won. Harry Wilkes
second , Juncmon thliit. Time ! i:15. : '
Two twonty-ono class Gold Leaf won ,
Uermudu second , Lottlo W third. Time
O .1(1 .
KUZMIKTII , N , J. , Oct. 17. The conditions
wcro favorable. Summary :
Sweepstakes , ono and one-sixteenth miles
Lonpstruot won , Cracksman second , He-
porter thrd. | Time 1 ; .VJ .
Sweepstakes , three-fourths of n mile
Gregory won , Hop second , Mauilo H third.
Tiino 1:16. :
Sweepstakes , thrcofourths of a mile
Oregon won , Arab second , Eluvo thin ? . Time
-1:18 : 4.
HaiuiicniuuvoopstaUes , ono and three-six
teenth * iniles Hurrlstur won , liurnslilo second
end , Tboodosms third , Time 2:07Jf. : '
Sweepstakes , live and one-half furlongs
Miiidon won , Swift Bccond , Burnout third ,
Time 1:10. :
'J'urklHli Truii ) ) * mutiny.
LONDON , Oct. 17. The report of the
mutiny of thrco companies of Turkish
soldiers at Canoa , Crete , fs confirmed. The
oftlcursvuro beaten and wounded. Chaklr
1'aslm is helpless.
A Drunkard .SiileliloH.
TAUNTON , Muss. , Oct. 17 , John Llnneliun ,
of Fall Ulvor , serving a scntupc.o for drunk
enness hi ] uil here , hanged himself in his cell
curly this morning.
Four Aion Hailly Injured.
' WIL KisiiAiiiiE , Pa. , Oct. 17 , A boiler in
the packing liouso of H. Kelnborg , nt Carbondale -
bondale , exploded this morning , probably fatally -
tally injuring four wen.
i i i _ .
Terrible Pnto of n FAllen Woman xt
' ' C'ovlnutoti.
Sioux CITT , la. , Oct. 17. Iho town of
Covington , Nob. , Just opposite this city ,
which has been , tljp homo of nil the thieves
and prostitutes tlmt wcro driven out of Sioux
City , has addcfpiuiotticr crlmo to Its record.
Sunday night Ida Kiklnrc , an ininnto of Nell
Johnson's ' notorious resort , was horribly
bcnton by a visitor to the house , receiving
six wounds , frtimowhlch s'10 ' 'Hc ' l l"'s ' morn
ing , The facts' ' 111 the case as learned by n
visit to Covington nro that oa the night In
question n strrirtgc ? , of prepossessing appear
ance , went to tbo Johnson pla.'o and , becom
ing apparently struck on tbo Kildaro girl ,
went to her room. A short time after the
man came down and went out , but as the
girl did not nppear , an investigation fol
lowed , which resulted In finding Iho woman
lying in n pool of blood , unconscious.
Blood was mulling from a ghastly wound
on the tumplo whllo her body wes covered
with cuts moro or less severe. Upon being
brought back to consciousness tlio victim
told her story. She hnd fallen asleep and
whllo sleeping the man had bound her hand
and foot. Just as he had her securely bound
she awakened and attempted an outcry , but
the stranger crasped her by the throat , then
pulling n revolver from bis pocket , struck
her over the head until she uccamo uncon
scious. Hobbcry was the aim of the man , ns
bo took all the money in the room , about 97 ,
a gold watch and chain nnd Jewelry , and
oven slipped the rings from the girl's hand.
Medical aid was at once summoned but the
victim was so weak from the loss of blood
that she could not revive nnd died this
morning. Tlio girls is a well known charac
ter about Covington resorts , although only
about eighteen years of ago. Ida Kildaro
was not her real name , but ovch when dying
she refused to dlvulco hur real name. She
said she Hud a mother at her home , but re
fused to say where her homo was. The funeral -
noral was hold to-day. No clue leading to
the apprehension of the man who did tbo
deed has been found. Ho was seen emerg
ing from the house , coming directly acres ?
the pontoon bridge to this city. Although
the city has boon thoroughly searched no
trace of the murderer has been found.
It was luarned to-day that tbo girl's ' real
name was Ida Stewart , nnd her father , Will-
lam Stewart , a prosperous farmer , lives ut
Qalt , 111. A telegram was received from htm
to-day forbidding shipment of the remains of
tbo girl and declining to do anything what
The coroner's Jury to-day found that tbo
girl camu to her death at the hands of an un-
Supreme Court Doolslons.
DBS MoiNr.s , la. , Oct. 17. [ Special Tele
gram to THE Uin/l The supreme court
rendered the following decisions hero to
II.V. . Glcason vs the Chicago , Milwaukee
& St. Paul railway company , jippcllant ;
Kookuk district ; ; reversed !
Stnto of lowavs.lohn Howinan nnd George
.T. liowman , appellants , Mc.rsliall district ;
Orestona Hoogc.vs John Hoocre and Ger
trude Hooijo , appellants ; O'Brien district :
aflirmcd. , . ]
Ira Cook vs , J-t I. MacFarland et al , ap
pellants ; Hoone district ; reversed.
H. A. Granirer. vs.F. S. Uriniu , assignee ,
et al , appellants ; .Delaware district ; re
versed. . , i :
F. IX Hobbms , , tappcllant , vs James Dig-
gins and John Ilc'nnessy ; liuchnnun district ;
reversed. . f
CI.AKINDA , la. 'Oct. 17. At the annual
communication pf.'tho grand lodge of Odd
Fellows the following oftlcors were installed
for the current term : J. C. Lougueville , grand
master , Dubuquo' } 'Louis Hrcderman , deputy
grand master , Cputicil Bluffs ; William Garrett -
rott , secretary , Itilrlmgton ; L. Hoscman ,
grand warden , MpJiCezuma ; A. , T. Morrison ,
grand tre.'isurer , Ma'rengo ; Ii. M. Ilartimmn ,
Indlanola , grand. ijqprcsctitntlvc.
The grand lodge to-day adopted a rcsolu- .
tiou against admitting .to iiicmborsliin any
person wlio has been" convicted of violation
of tlio laws. This' refers particularly to violators
lators of the prohibitory law in tills state.
The next session of the grand lodge will beheld
held in Ucs Moines. The alloxvanco for
grand lodge dues was fixed at 0 pur cent , and
$ 1,000 was appropriated for the expenses of
the grand secretary's ofllco next year.
State Sunntorlnl Nomination.
DUIIUQUB , la. , Oct. 17. [ Special Telegram
to THE BEE. ] The republicans of this
county to-day nominated for the state senate
General George W. Jones , ono of the pioneers
neers and most distinguished men of Iowa.
Ho was the first United States senator from
Iowa , was ono of tho.sccond& in the famous
Cilloy duel while he was in comiross , and
was a life-long democrat up to 1SSI. Hois
now over eighty years of age , but his mental
vigor is untiuated , and ho is still a very in
teresting man. Tlio county is overwhelm
ingly democratic , but General Jones will
make a lively canvass.
Kolniked tlie ISrc\v ; ry Men.
DES MOIXCB , la. , Oct. 17. The United
States district court to-day threw out of
court tbo case of tlio SchliU Brewing com
pany , of Milwaukee , against the oftlcers of
tbo Temperance Alliance at Iowa City. The
latter seized a curload of beer lust Fob runry ,
which was afterwards ordered returned , but
in tlio meantime thirty-live kegs were frozen
and destroyed. Tlio brewery brought suit
for SIO.OOU damaircs , but Judge Shiras de
clares that his court has no jurisdiction , and
sharply rebuked tbo plaintiff for this attempt
ut retaliatory prosecution.
The Presbyterian Synod.
MAIISII.VLI.TOWN , la , , Oct 17. [ Special
Telegram to TII n Bun. I The eighth annual
session of the Presbyterian Synod of Iowa
convened this evening. IJcv. Stephen II.
Phelps , of Council DlnfTs , preached the npmi-
ing sermon. A largo number of delegates
arrived to-day , and the tcssioii will bo one of
great interest. Tlio prcvby tries of Jnwa are
composed of USO mmnhora and 4T/J churches ,
with a membership of 12T5l ! > .
A Ciinuli : of
Kun OAK , Iu. , Oct. 17.Special [ Telegram
to TJIB Hr.u.l A brutal affair came to light
hero to-day in the arrest of Horace Mod-
dnueh and Andrew Agcr for the rape of a
little girl of eleven years named Florence
C'honowcth ' , daughter of u laborer. The de
fendants wore hold to answer under $1,500
bonds each ,
An Old Witiiian
Duiiuqui : , la. , Oi ; 17. [ Special Telegram
to Tim HHK.J MrH.Cbristina Ilillier. lifty-
suvon years old , huugud hot-Bull' last night at
her homo m Center towfahlp , this county.
She made her departure by the ucll rope
suspended from aHroo. Ill health is said to
bo the cause of bor : lct ,
Mibsoum V.u.irftj'la ' , , Oct. Hi. [ Special
Telegram to Tup , , JiE.J : iv.ist ni ht a
switchman In tbu.iUhieajjo it Northwestern
yards at thia piaco'rtniheil William Knnis was
finished to death by a'movinir HtocV train , his
body buinfj badly inlii&led. llu mid bad sovj
eral narrow usuapuS before.
lion , A , S-Ctiaiimnn I ) nd.
Iis ) MOINIIS , la. , "joit. 17. ( Special Tolo-
irraia to Tun lii ltrSnoii , A , S. L'hapumn ,
the republican uiindiUatu for rcprcsouta tivo
In the next Ipglslaturo'from Wright county ,
died al his homo Iu Wall Lnlco township yes
terday , Ho was a mombur of thu last house.
ItnilroudM in I'rospuot.
UAI-JU Cur , S. DOct. . 17. [ Special to
TUB HIK. : ] Some activity is being Bhown in
railroad circles , which is caused by tlio mys
terious movements of railroad men , and U
construed generally as preparatory to the
construction of a road across the reserva
tion. It is hello vod that the Burlington road
is Intending to build Into this city through
the southern hills. Persons known to have
close connections with that company have
be'on quietly buying real estate In and about
th c'lt.v. For thefcu ruubonn , nnd the general
development of tin ) country , prices of rcul
cbtuto ur rapidly advancing , and it in be
lieved by thosn l e t rusted that a ucnulno
boom will Boon rouclt u > > .
MORE SPOKES TO THE HUB ,
Added by Two Missouri Paolflo
AN IMPETUS TO TRAFFIC.
People ns Far ns Falls City Mny Soon
do Their Dally Shopping Hero
Anil Sleep nt Homo
Two IMoro Lontl ( o Omnliri.
The Missouri Pacillc promises soon to talto
a step which will bo of Importance to the
business houses of Omaha. It will bo no loss
than tbo puttinc on of n local train between
Falls City , Nob. , and Omahu , it will arrive
In Omhhn ill 11 a. m. , ' and returning , Icavo
nt C p. m. , thus providing for n stop-over of
sis hours in Omnhii. This will enable the
merchants of Falls City , Nebraska City ,
Weeping Water , and several other promt *
dent Intormcdlato towns , to como to this city ,
transact their business nnd return on the
same day , without any Inconvenience.
Falls City Is 115 miles from Onmhn , and
the territory thus included belongs to the
wholesale trade of Omaha.
The date on which this train will bo nut on
has not , as yet , been nRrccd upon.
Ttio beat train service on the Kllthorn ,
Htirllngton and Union Pacific has ( rown mu
tcrially from t.ho commencement , nnd the
representatives of the respective roads state
that tbo result have proven very satisfac
tory. Not only has it increased their cam-
Ings , tlioi mate , but it has also built up a
strong business relationship between the
Omaha nnd country dealers.
mi ) T1I13V
Chairman Mat-ilii CoiicitrcH tlio n , &
M. Tor Allcued Discrimination ,
"Why didn't your road make special rates
for the delegates to the democratic state
convention PS well as to the state republican
convention } " thundered Euclid Martin
through the telephone to a representative of
the Burlington at the headquarters , yes
The reply must have been evasive , be
cause Mr. Martin turned from the trans
mitter and to Ticket Agent Fonda said : "It
is not fair to discriminate iu this way. All
our delegates had to pay full faro , while
tbo republican dolof-ates to my own
personal knowledge ) not only eujoyed
a special rate , but , a Inrjjo
percentUKo of them traveled on passes issued
by tlie' HnrliriKton company. I thlmc this
matter should bo thoroughly aired. "
Mr. Fonda , the ticket agent , endeavored to
explain the existing differences by stating
that no arrangements had been made for spe
cial rates for the democratic delegates prior
to the date of the convention which was too
late. Ills explanation , however , was not
very satisfactory to Mr. Martin.
Another Holt Ijlno Train.
The Missouri Pacific will put on another
-local train in the suburban service ; also to
run between Omaha and Portal. This train
will be added to the service on Sunday next ,
aud on that date a new time card will make
a slight cliiiiiRO in the running of suburban
trains , as well an these on the main line.
The new tram will leave Portal at 7:50 in
the morning arriving at tbo Webster street
deuot at Sll : ! ! a. in , Returning it will lonvo
Omaha nt 4:1. : > n. m. , arriving at Portal at (5 (
p. in. Tram SOS which lias boon running between -
tween Omaha and West Side , will be discon
tinued owing to the new train being run on
the hitter's bchcdule. Under the now lime
card thu throuith train on the Missouri lja-
c-illc that leaves here at 1) ) p. in. , will leave at
StiO. : Several other minor changes will bo
! Jctiiilro4 Moro llooin.
The trafllc of the Missouri Pacific at this
point lias increased to that extent that tbo
present accommodations have proved inade
It has been decided to enlarge the freight
depot at Sixteenth and Nicholas streets by
adding another story to tlio building. I'ho
lower portion of thu building will then be
used exclusively for freight , and the office of
the superintendent of the Holt Line and also
that of the local freight agent will bo re
moved to the annex. Work in this direc
tion will be commenced on Wednesday next.
C. E. Baldwin , wuo for years has boon
chief clorl : of the gonornl ofllco of the
Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha in
this city , has resigned , nnd will leave for
Seattle on Monday next to assume the posi
tion of cashier of the Oregon Hallway &
Navigation company at that place , O , F.
Uriggs , who recently resigned the general
agency of the Omaha , fills a similar position
on tlie Oregon Uailway & Navigation com
pany at Soattle.
. Hlcopcl'q ° " 'I' " Alliance Iilno.
The Uurlington has commenced to equip
its Alliance branch with first-class uussengcr
rolling atock.ar.n when the line to Newcastle
is completed it will bo provided with accom
modations the same us tbo main line. Mon
day next Pullman sleepers will bo put entrains
trains Nos. 41 and 43 , and will bo rua bo-
twccn Crawford and Lincoln on this line.
Tlio ticket oftlco of the liurllncton at Monmouth -
mouth , 111. , has again been visited by burg
lars , so says J. S. Francis , the general pass
enger ngunt , in a bulletin this morning.
Forms No * , bfi , 8(5 ( , U7,83 nnd Ml , reading over
the U. & M. from the Missouri river to Den
ver fnrouto 10 San Francisco , were stolen.
This is the third time this office lias boua
burglarized within six months.
Appointed Coinim-rcittl Audit ,
.T. I ) . Munn , chief clerk In the general
ofllco of tbo Chicago nnd Northwestern at
this .point , has boon appointed commercial
agent of tbt > Toledo , St. Louis it Kansas ( Jity
with headquarters at this point. Mr. Aluun
will havu charge of all business of the com
pany in Nebraska.
Orny thu niitn.
An Individual who claims to know where
of ho speaks , states that tlio position of gen
eral traffic munaunr of the Southern Pacillc ,
BOOH to bo vacated by J. C. Stubbs , will bo
glvun to. Uichard Gray , cow general freight
iiueni of that road ,
Ncxviniin to Sueci-nd Wicjknr.
It is reported on cooil authority that W. II.
Newman , until recently third vlco-prosldcnt
of the Missouri Pacific , is to go to the Chicago
cage & Northwestern , in the capacity of gen
eral trafllc manager , vice Wicker , resigned.
Itnllroud Noli ; * ,
The wreck on the Hurllngton at Gibson has
been cleared up.
C. C. Cooper , of the auditing department
of thu Union Pacific , has gene cast to bo ah-
bent two weeks.
Passenger engine illfi has been turned out
of the Union Pacific simps for bcrvico on the
Omaha & Uupubhcan Valley.
The Union Pacific wrockcr is engaged In
rlo.irliiK the truck nt Fremont , whore two
frolght train ! ) collided yesterday.
A. H. Smith , assistant general freight
auent of the Hurlington , has rotnrnrd from
the knights Templar condavo at Washing
ton.Tho "Hig four" has established o general
agency ut this point with 12 , Jackson in
charge. The headquarter * will bo located in
the First National bunk buildlui ; .
The St. P.iul & Omaha will , on November
1 , adopt for all its country stations the same
demurrage mien that am lo bo then put in
force at Omaha , Sioux City and several othur
important points by the Oninlia and Council
liluffs division of the Chicago Car Service
Albert H. Hnyscr , for moro than five years
past chief clerk In tbo ofllco of the superin
tendent of the St. Paul k Omaha , in this
ntv. has been promoted to nn Important po-
Mllou in the chief train dispatcher's olllce of
the stimu company. Philip M , Koso takes
the chief clorUstiip In thu superintendent's
A CONVERT TO BUDDH'lSM.
Into the Godless Church.
ttacontCoylon papers contain accounts
of a remarkable ceremony which took
plnco recently in Colombo , snvs the
London Times. This wns Iho reception
of n gentleman from Amoricn , who
lately arrived in Ceylon , into the Hud-
The proceedings took plnco under
the direction of the Buddhist high
priest , assisted by eleven yollow-robcd
monks. Tlio convert knelt before the
assembled priests nnd intimated his de
sire to bo admitted a member of the
lluddhist church. Tlio high prloat
then catcchlfccd him , and the assembled
monks satisfied thorn solves tlmt
ho was fitted to bo a follower
of JJuddhn. Tlio gentleman , whoso
name was Powell , then bogged of the
high priest "tiiplvo him tlio 1'ansll , "
which the latter did , the candidate re
peating it nftor him with the palms of
the hands brought together uplifted.
Uavlng explained lo Iho convert the
responsible duties of a 13nddhist , the
high prioat gave him his blessing. A
nicotine was afterwards hold , at whitm
Mr. Powell explained Ills reasons for
having * embraced ISuddhlsm. nnd de
scribed the mcntnl process which ho
had gene through before ho arrived ut
the conviction of ils truth.
It appears that ucnrlv forty years
ngo , whoii ho was a child , no came
across n book iu his father's library , in
which was a picture. 'It was the figure
of Huddlm scaled in Iho conventional
altitude on a lotus. Impressed by the
expression of peace and love on the
face , Mr. Powell got into the habit of
going every evening' ' to a room to ait in
"a position ns nearly like it ns ho possi
bly couht. "On asking who or what
picture it wns , " Mr. Powell said. "I was
told that it wns Iho picture of : i lioathon
god , but Us memory clung to mo , and
when 1 heard its name I never f.orgotit ,
but learned later what the symbol was
and its meaning. " Doing.ns ho said , nat
urally of a religions turn of mlntt. unit
beingMiitended by his father to bo a
clergyman , Mr. Powell was well edu
cated in the Christian doctrine. "Hut
I recognized and felt that there must ,
bo some law that I could work out of
myself , and that if I controlled my
thoughts my lifo manifested an obodl-
once to that power ; but it was long be
fore I recogni/ed tlmt this was the 'law
of right thought.1 At ono lime he
appears to have sought a refuge in ng-
nobticism , but .soon after ho abandoned
this mental attitude , and a perusal of
"Tlio Light ot Asia" aroused in him
the desire to take rcfugo in the law of
PAXTO.V IioTKh , OMAHA Special at
tention to commercial men. Finest and
largest hotel in the west. Kittrcdgo &
IJrainard , proprietors.
in In\'i ? : < tlonH.
But few people rcalizo the vast
amount of money that has been made
by the ingciiioim Yankees who hnvo
invented little thing. ? , says the Home.
The Now .Tcrsoy man who hit upon
the idea of attaching a rubber erasing
tip to the end of lend pencils is worth
&JOO.OIH ) . The miner who invented u
metal rivet or eyelet at each end of the
mouth of coat and trousers pockets , to
resist the strain caused by the
carriage of pieccsof ore and heavy tools ,
has made more money from his letters
patent limn ho would hayomudo had ho
struck a good vein of gold-bearing
quart'/ . Every one has soon the metal
plates that nro used lo protect the. hculs
nnd soles on rough shoes , btit every one
doesn't know tlmt within ILMI years the
man who hit upon the idea has nmde
$250,000. A-5 large a bum nsvas ever
obtained for any invention was enjoyed
by the Vanicco who invented the "in
verted glass boll to hang over gas jots
to protect ceilings from being blackened
by smoke. The invontorof roller skates
has made $1,000.000 , notwithstanding
the fact thai his patent hnd nearly ex
pired before the value of it was ascer
tained in the craze for roller skating
that spread over the country a few
years ago. The gimlet-pointed tcrow
has produced more wealth than most
silver mines , and the Connecticut man
who first thought of putting conpor tips
on the toes of children's shoes is as
well off ns if ho hnd inherited
$1,000.000 , for that's the amount
his idea has realised for him in
cold , clammy coin. The common
noodle throudor. which ovcry one has
seen for snlo , and which every woman
owns , was a boon to needle users. TJio
man who invented ifhas an income of
$10.000 a year from his invention. A
minister in England made$50,001) ) by in
venting an odd toy that danced by
winding it with a Hiring. The man
who invented tlio return ball , an ordi
nary wooden ball with a rubber string
attached 10 pull it back , miido $1,000,01)11 )
from it. The person who invented the
most recent .popular toy , "Pigs in
Clover. " will bo rich before sno'.v Hies.
Tie wns poor lust November.
A AVnr of this Future.
When war comes in Europe , as it
must come some time , it will be Keen
tlmt a now era has begun in tlio art of
destruction. The Belgian historian ,
Kmilo do fjtiveloyo , sums up in an arti
cle in the Forum for October the terri
ble factors of the next con-
lllct. The civil war in the
United slates was but child's play in
compnrihon. With Kiifsia and Franco
on oiio side and Germany , Austria and
Italy on the other , 7,000.001) ) of men can
bo 'instantly put in the Hold , with
10,000,000 in reserve. The facilities for
concentration and the improved arms
are siifh that more men may easily bo
killed iu one day than have ever be
fore boon killed in u whole
war. The continuous nropnnitious
for war , even when there is no
thought of its immediate occur
rence arc fur greater and more expen
sive tiinn over before , Franco 1ms sur
rounded hur frontiers nnd her eanllul
with a continuous line of forts and en-
tronchnionls. Germany has made Mot/ ,
Sirasburgi Mayo nro and Cologne gi
gantic fortresses , whichhecm nbsolutoly
Impregnable. Italy lias fortllicd her
Alpinu pannes , her ton ports , and even
the Klurnnl City ithelf. Belgium is
spending forty millions of francs in
tlio construction ot redouts with
cupolas of steel , to close the
piiMHiigo by the Mans valley. The war
budgets are everywhere SnereiiHlng in
enormous proportions. "And it is under
this continual menace of the most
frightful shock of armies that our
pluuet will ever have looked upon , "
writes M. do Lavoloyo , ' 'that wo live.
And the most extraordinary thing ! * ,
Unit wo got used to it. Wo KH nbnut
our bublnuss , our pleasures ; no rudi iu
erowds from all parts to the 1'arin ex
hibition , while each one buys : 'It maybe
bo for to-morrow ! ' "
Bishop Mnllalllcu , who hatt been
preaching to a largo congregation of
Methodists in Ilnrribburg , mndo n bug-
gofatlon in ono of bin talks u few even
ings ago which created u deep lin-
m'ofablon and may probably ri.'biiU in
something practical , bays the Bulmlo
Express. Ho said tlmt the Mothodibts
of Pennsylvania munt HIOII bo iti to
think of establishing a nnllunal vmii'i'r-
blty , at which these who may bo i-nllcd
to'preach its doctrines can bo eii'icut'-d
nnd equipped for the great lalmr , us
well ns for tlio education of young men
for nil other professions. Old Dickin
son college , ho declared , wnsombnlmcd
In memories wliit'h mndo It dear to all
Methodists. Bishop Mallnllou's ' hope
is Hint the time is nnl far distant when
Dickinson college will develop Into a
magnificent university , with endow
ments for its support of from $0,000,000
to $8.000,000. "Such an institution , "
said tlio bishop , ' 'the Methodists of Iho
United Stales can make , and n good silo
for It Is where Dickinson college stands
ISo Onnnp Tor l > 'cnr.
A rumor has reached hero from Eng
land that the English enpitnlists who
have been buying up breweries so ex
tensively in Ihls country nro making
strenuous elTorls to gnin control of tlmt
industry , so ns to fix their own price *
nnd run the business in this country ns
they think best. It was rjuilo gener
ally supposed tlfat this syndicate hnd
sulllclcnt power to mnko Itself felt , but
the brewers in New York , says the Now
York Time ? , are almost unanimous In
saying that the American brewers have
not the slightest cause for fear.
Mr. Albert Solfort laughed at the idea
of the Englishmen obtaining control In
this country. "It is impossible for
them , " ho Mild , "to do nnylhing ns yet.
It has tnkiMi them three years to'got
hold of n $10,000,001) in vestment in brow-
ks , and before tliov arc rondv to bo out
rivals they must in vest $10,000,000 more.
This , at Iho rate they have been going ,
will ttilco them nearly llfteen years. Of
course , if our investment ( mould remain
stationary they would have at the end
of that time no more than wo , nnd could
not make a strong fight. T feel tlmt wo
have no grounds to be ( heightened , at
least for EOino years to come. "
Honll/.ctl 'J'hoir I.tin any.
Last year fifty-live persons presented
themselves voluntarily at the .Scotch
lunatic nsylums and asked for treat
IS Nature's effort to expel foreign sub-
1 stances from the bronchial pasHit t's ,
Frequently , this causes inllannnntiun
and Iho ni-cd ot nn anodyne. No oilier
expectorant or anodyne is ctpml to
Ayor's Cherry Pectoral. It assists
Nature in ejecting the iiincnn , allays
irritation , induces repose , and is tlio
most popular ot nil cough cures.
"Of the many preparations bcforo the
public for the euro of colds , couuli ! ) ,
bronchitis , and Id ml reel dbuaso'j , them
is mini' , within thu ranpo of my uxperi-
cnco , si > reliable as Ayi-r's Oherry IVe-
toral. Kor yi-ara 1 was subject to i-olda ,
followed b.v l < ! rribloi'oiii lis. About four
years ago , when MI alllirtod , I was ad
vised to try Ayer's Cherry 1'i'ctoral and
to lay nil other icincilics nsldo. I did.
NO , and within a week wns well of my
cold and cough. Hindi then 1 havn
always Itopt this preparation in ihn
house , nnd fcol coniparalivulv noeitie. "
.Mrs. ii. L. Drown , Denmark , Mi s.
"A few years ngo T took a severe cold
which affected inv IIIIIRS. 1 had a ter
rible couch , and passed ninbt nfl < ir
night without sloop. Tlio doctors gave
mu up. I tried Ajrr's ( . 'berry I'oi-tornl ,
which relieved my Jinn ; * , induced sloop ,
and afforded the re.-t ni-ffusary for Ilio
recovery of inv Htrength. Hy III" con
tinual use of tlio IVcloral , n permanent
cure was effected. " Horace Kairbrotber ,
m , Vt.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & . Co. , Lowell , Mass.
BoldbynllDitigflhta. I'rlccSl ; Blxbolllcn$5.
OF TIIK 1THLIC CIIAltlTV.
Establisliecl in 1S78
Under a Twcntj Yean" Contra : ' by th >
Mesisan International Improvonmt
Grand Monthly Drawing * held In the
ravllllon in thi < Alumoda I'lirK. City or Mexi
co , nnd publicly conducted by ( lorvrnmmit
llllclnls appointed for tlio pnrnobo 1-y tliu
Scciotarli's of the Interior and tue Treasury.
OP Till !
The monthly tour ( toll ir Drawing
AVI 11 ho In-Ill in l hu
City of Mexico on lliveiiilicr Ifltli , 1889 ,
CAPITAL PRIZESGO.OOO . ,
KO.OOO TlcUolH at. $1 , ijCtUO.OOO.
Price of Tickets , American Jlonoy.
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T-'tll 1'lb.eH \motllitlllK totlif.UM
AH prl/.es aold in tliu U'lilted Status full paid in
t57 Ken Ci.i'ii ItAiKS. or any furtbor i information
itlon desired wrltu leullily to tlio unilerHlKn | > d ,
clearly Mutiny ( your residence , willi Ht.ito. conn.
ty. Mivct nd mimlic.r. Muni rapid return mail
delivery u 111 Ii- assured b.v your uiu lojlui , ' an
cnvulupo bcurlin ; your full addruns ,
Address r . ,
CITY or MCMCII , MIMCO. ;
lly ordinary Icttpr , containing .MUSKY OIIIIKII
Issued by all KxprnxH Companies , New Vurk Hi-
i hiinci ) , Jtrult or I'oitul Noto.
lly terms of contract tlio i.ompanv niiibtd .
posit tlio sum of all prizes tnelinlod In Uiu
Dclicnm beluro sulllni ; a jdimle tlrUet , and ru-
cclvii tbt ) tolJowinfCGlUulal itiTjiiil :
i'i-iiTii''icrtri ' ; . i iic > , ii , < ci-ti/ntii < ii u < r /mi.
( foil Itmil , nf Mrjicn anil tiuiitli Atiin inl linn
Hnct l ilfi > nhll I/if / TKI mull ii final * t < i uiiiiiitnter
Hit i i/iMri | ; ( fti'l ill-urn ill uwn liiithc J , < ittntiil < ,
hi IttnrKi nii-lii I'ulillrn.
It. IIOIill IJI'i/ rillt.l. Intrrfiiliir.
I'nrtbor , tlio Company i r ) < | iilred to dhtrlli-
ntii llfiy-flx per cent , or tin ) value of nil tliu
tirkeln Iu pn/.L a luwr pronortiuatlii.u U
Riven IIIlillV ullll'f l.'itterv.
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KI.II u | ai.r i J.H than ure. i-olilliy oUiur luiiunm
- > umu HLliemui.
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