Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 23, 1890, Part I, Page 2, Image 2

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warfare fie wo * undoubtedly tiro-eminent
This was duo in a great mcasuro to Ills won *
iirous knowledge of the Imllart character.
Dunne tlio ciuiy pi > rt of tils r.rmy llfo , which
has nil been spent In the west , with the ox-
roptlon of the wnr time , ho learned to become -
como a thorough li tin turn mi and woodman.
In many respects lie had the traits of an In *
dlan kcon , quick , strong and with good
when In a wilderness ,
lo knew the Indians as 1
know my alphabet , nnd ho treated thorn on
all occasions with that honesty that foi mod
n romurKublc factor In his character. What *
crcr no snld ho meant , and hn never want
back on his word. A promise wa" sacred
with him , just as much to mi Indian as to
nn < enc clsu. Thcio men learned to trust
him and to love til in , although ho was a tor
rlblo enemy to them. During his last visit
to mo at Vernon barracks , In Alabama , "
nald Lieutenant Kcnnon , "tho old Apaches
whom ho canturud In Arizona greeted
him , nnd oven embraced him , Ono
of them once told him out in
the west that his pconlo looked
upon him as they did upon
Goo , nt belli ) ; the soul of honor nnd of truth.
They had the utmost belief In everything ho
did. Ills honsflty was peculiar in Us Inton-
fiity. Ho would not even nay to n man , Mnm
jjlad to see you , ' If ho did not really feel glad ,
in matters of thought bo was slow , emulous
mid logical In method and ho weighed argu
ment carefully before coming to u decision ,
with an unerring judgment. IIo had n kind ,
considerate , lovealilo cliurnctor , simple nnd
approachable , simple In his manners nnd his
tastes utul retiring nnd quiet In his actions.
Ho was n constant reader of nllnorta of liter-
nturo , especially upon military topics. I
have been In receipt of n good many letters
from the general since ho left mo hero In
January last , In which ho has com
plained of n slight illncjs. It
ntnrtod with the grip , from which ho noon
recovered , out occasionally there would bo
refcrenco to Ills being "under the .weather. '
On the 15th of this montn ho wrote that ho
was very much better. During his celo-
liratcd A.ncho [ campaign ho received an In
jury In his chest from over exertion which
ftcetncd to have an ofTcct on his lungs , and ho
had a slight cough which worried him , but
when ho went to a specialist ho was assured
that ho was in no danger. A distinguished
general ofilcor now on the retired list said to
inn less than n year ago that In his opinion
General Crook was by far bettor qualified to
commanil troops on the Held than any other
ofllcor In the snrvlco. I have
Btudicd ttio matter thoroughly and I believe
that If his plan of campaign had been fol
lowed In Virginia and West Virginia the war
would have been over at lenst a year bo-
fore. General Crook was nit Indian fighter
from the beginning of his military career ,
nnd I have boon an interested listener of
many a yarn from his lips. In the fiO's ,
wbtlo separated from the small body of men
lie commanded he was llred upon by a band
of Indians from the other xldo of a canyon.
Arrows began to fall like hail , so thick in
deed that in clutching u tuft of grass to
assist him up the hill whllo endeavoring tenet
net under cover ho caught thrco
arrows in his hand with the grass. An ar
row was Imbedded In his thigh. Crook
pulled it out , but the poisoned head remained
in his leg to the uay of his death , over forty
.years. Thcro was no doctor nearer than 150
miles , nnd although blood poisoning set in
\vontlerfuljihysliiue enabled him to pull
through. General Crook was very fond of
hunting , " continued Lieutenant IConnon ,
"and was ono of the best shuts I over saw.
When ho was a young ofllcer ho always did
the huntlnc for his mess. In those days
Boniotimcs the mess bills exceeded the
ofllcors1 salary , and I hnvo hoard
General Crook tell how thoi made
him caterer and by his intunato knowledge of
the Inuinns'cconomical modes of cooking und
Ills luck at hunting the mess was soon nt > lo
to declare dividends. I hnvo boon with him
on my hunting trips nna I never saw a but
ter or steadier shot. Sago hens nro not tno
easiest thing to bag , nnd yet I have soon him
repeatedly drop n bird out of n llocic with
each barrel. Hut not only that , ho would
kill n chicken every tlmu. His c.vo was so
ijulck Hint wnllo aiming ho could select u
chicken instantly. With all his experience
nud trials General Crook was us simple as a
child , lid was Blrnigntforwnrd nnd truth
ful and had no pattcnco with concealment or
trickery. Ho never broke his word to n
v/lnto man or red man. "
Tow men know General Crook moro in
timately than Senator Mundurson , and when
the Senator was nskod if ho had anvthlng'to
nay about the dead warrior , ho remarked :
' Ho was my warm personal friend of many
years standing , and the intelligence of his
flut'dcn ' death has greatly startled mo. IIo
win ono of the most modest ami unobtrusive
of men when not in actlvo service , so differ *
out as to impress ono out knowing him well
us though ho distrusted his own powers , but
when aroused by the ncccHslty of the occa >
Hion ho was a most powerful und nggres- .
nlvo force. IIo was every inch 11
Holdlur , nnd the records of his
porvlcos during the war of the rebellion nnd
Hinco form some of the brightest pages in
our history. IIo won not only the conltdcnco
but the affection of those who served with
Iilui , and thcro nro many sad hearts nmong
the vetornus of the urmy of West Virginia
commanded by him. As couinmndar of the
department of the Plutto General Crook WAS
stationed for mnuy years at Ouiahnmidlt
was under his leadership in the formative
days of the trans-Missouri country that the
Indian question was solved and the settle
ment of that vast territory mndo possible.
Ho was moro than nn Indian lighter
ho was nn Indian conqueror and
won them to bis will because
ho won their respect nnd conlldonco. Ho
never deceived them ana WM known among
the Sioux of the plains as "the chief who
would not Ho. ' His Hosebuil campaign was
n study of Indian warfare and the endurance
nnd soldierly qualities displayed in the
Apache campaign in the southwest won the
admiration of the country. 1 bollovo the
great west owes moro to General Gcorgo
Crook than to any other man , nnd the citi
zens of Nebraska hnvo never boon backward
In awarding him their greatest esteem and
lilgncst praise. His last great service was
in obtaining the consent of the
great Sioux nation to the dismemberment
of their territory. I do not bcliovo that any
other man could have produced the result.
Ho axi'lnincd all the provisions of the act of
congress with Inlinlto putlouco and fairly
advised them as to their own Interests. His
death In a great loss to the whole country ,
but It will bo felt most keenly in the terri
tory went of the great rivers. "
Speaking of General Crook Senator Pad
dock suld : "I hnvo known General Crook u
long tlmu. Ho was an able man , besides
being a splendid soldier. Ho was sa
gacious , suit contained , and although
u tuna of supreme courage and
resolution ho was modest , retiring , Indeed
Im was utterly devoid of self assertion. Ho
was intensely popular In the farther west
on account of his successful efforts In set
tling Indian troubles on the frontier , ilrst
by i. sovcro chastisement nnd afterward by
niust and honorable treatment of the tribes
wulc.h ho had conquered. No oflleor slnco
General Harnoy was so highly respected or
exorcised so great nn inllueneo with hostile
Indian tribes as Gouornl Crook. His death
U a great loss to the country ,
IIo Comes to America to Take Cixro
of Ills DiuiKlitor.
Niw : Yoiih" , March 22. Among the pnsson-
irora on the steamship Gannnnlo today was
lavld Stuvonson , father of Mrs. Uurcholl ,
whoso husband is under arrest for the inur-
( lor of Fiedorlclt Ucnwu'U , at ; Woodstock ,
Canada. Stevenson was accompanied by his
daughter , Mrs. West Jones , and Attorney
Fulton. When Stuvousou was asked whut
lie would d > > toward the dofcnsu of his eon-
pn-law. ha said ha caino to this country solely
to look after the intercuts of his daughter ,
Now that she Is practically fruu he. did not
MOO why ho should remain louit m this coun
try. However , It his daughter had lo ro-
iimln until the trial of Uurchcll came oft bo
would see her Interests prop
erly looked after , Stovonsnn said
Ills daughter was deceived by
Uurcholl with regard to the farm atVood -
otock und aha know nothing more , about It
than Uouwoll or I'olloy. Ho added tlmt ho
\va opposed to the marriage of hu daughter
to Hurcholl. From the manner In which
Ktovonson ipoke it docs nolloolc at if hu will
ilo much toward the dofetiso of his soa-lu-
A. KnuHtxH Coal Allno Hold ,
LKXVKNWOHTH , Kun. , March 3'J. ( Special
Toloiiram to TJIB HER , | The Itlversldo coal
ttilno of this city has boon sold { a the Kan-
a * and Texas coal company. Sovorn.1 prom
inent oOlcertof the company were in the city
today. The Haul arrangement * were made
thli owning nuu the party loft for St. Lout *
41 oooo. *
Nebraska's DoloRatton Will Fight
the Reduction.
A Mvoly FlRht Hxprctc l Statistics
Showing tlio ro8Hll > llllos ! of the
Bcot-Tho Tariff Bill
Again Delayed.
WASHINGTON. D. C. , March 123. , I
A right lively light ngainst the heavy cut
mndo In the sugar duty will bo led by the
.Nebraska delegation wlion the tariff bill
comes up In the houso. The Iowa delega
tion will try to counteract the work of the
Ncbruskans by a strong skirmish In favor ot
n haavior reduction thag the lull proposes.
The Nebraska and Jowa delegations are
upon the roost friendly terms and have
worked together heretofore In local ns well
us general legislation of special Interest to
the xvest. The foothold which the
boot augar Industry has taken In Ne
braska is the Incentive which will
govern that delegation , whllo the strong
movement by the Farmers' nllinncu In Iowa
demanding a complete abolition of the sugar
duty nnd n rotontlon ot the tobacco tax will
bo the Incentive bohlnd the Ha\vlcoyo dele
gation. It is understood that Mr. Oxnard ,
who Is building n very largo boot-sugar fac
tory at Grand Island , will stop work upon it
If the proposed reduction of the sugar duty
is made nnd that ho will transform his es
tablishment into some other kind of nn in
dustry , nt least ho has threatened to do this
and there is no roasun to believe that
ho Is not acting In good faith. The furtuors
lir the northwestern and central part of Ne *
Urasica nro up inarms against the prospect
of Mr. Oxnard closing his establishment ,
which promises to bo a largo and profitable
Industry , and they are coming down upon
the delegation in congress from that state
with great forco. If it were not for the
prospects of developing a profitable industry
in beet sugar the Kebraskans would favor
the abolition of the sugar duty.
The farmer * of Iowa , whllo they have the
soil and climate suitable for the successful
propagation of the sugar beet , have no im
mediate prospects ot the establishment
of factories there. They bollovo that a bird
in the hand is worth a whole bevy iu the
bush , und they want cheaper sugar immedi
ately. The Nebraska inon have placed In
their hands , by a bulletin just Issued from
the bureau of statistics of the treasury de
partment , some figures which nrguo very
strongly to the- point the boot sugar in.
dustry of Europe promises to soon overcome
the cane sugar industry of the South Am-
merican republics ns well as that of the
South Pacific Islands.
The statistics showing the im
portation of beet sugar for this
country in the month ending January at
last , as compared with the corresponding
month of last year are somewhat startling.
During January last there wns imported
81-ir ttlli ) pounds' of beet susur against
41.8W5'J4 ( ! during the month of January last
year , an increase of more than 100 per cent
within a yoar. During January , 1890 , there
were Imported of cane and all other sugars
than boot sugar 150 , iUJ59 : ! pounds against
ll5 ! , ( > 'i1.rjr ; ! > ' 3 during the month of January
lust year , an increase of but 10 per cent.
It can thus bo seen that beet sugar is taking
the place of cane und other sugars and prom
ises to occupy the American inarKet within a
short time. The Nobraskuns regard this as
a strong argument in favor of the feasibility
of making beet sugar in this country. They
will produce nn analysis showing tnnt thcro
can bo produced in Nebraska and other states
in this country beets containing u higher
per cent of sugar than are produced In
Franco , Germany and other boot sugar pro
ducing countries which are now supplying
the markets cf the world , with a positive
showing thatthahcctsugar industry is driv
ing cane sugar from the markets every
where and that wo can produce the finest
sugar beets in the world , nud that the in
dustry is already being dovolopol with
wonderful rrfpidity In our western states.
The Nebraska delegation will bo enabled
to make n fight for the encouragement of
tbo sugar industry in this country which
will have effect when the tariff bill
Is under consideration. The Nobrasttans
say tbov will prove that Secretary Uusk has
violated the law in connection with the
sugar industries in this country for the pur >
poao of assisting the movement in favor of
n heavy cut in the sugar duty. The law
inaKing the last appropriatuyi for the main
tenance of the department , of agriculture
made it mandatory that Secretary Rusk
should report not later than the 1st of last
month upon the sugar experiments which
hnvo been made under the direction
of his department. The Nebrankans
had this provision put. into the appropriation
bill with u view to securing reports which
might give information going to show that
our boot sugar enterprise had already de
veloped to a stcgo which demanded protec
tion in the way of n customs duty or a boun
ty. Although members of tbo delegation have
repeatedly called upon Secretary Uusk for
this report ho has refused to mnlco it public
and is understood that ho will not publish it
until after the tariff bill is adopted for the
reason , it is believed that the statements
made in the report would hnvo. u
Vrtrv rntl Irrnl Infliintif-n niinri thn tirnvfainna
In the tariff bill reducing the sugar duty.
Although the commissioner of agriculture
was given nil possible assistance years ago
to investigate our capabilities In the direc
tion of sutrar production the department of
agriculture ncoms to have been steadily
manipulated in the interest af free sugar
and to the discouragement of domestic sugar
AO menu/run u , COMMITTED itsponT.
Senator Paddock , from the committee on
agriculture , todaj submitted a report to au-
company the bill for the encouragement of
the cultivation of the sugar bout and the
manufacture of boat sugar. The bill pro
vides n bounty of 1 rout a pound and author
izes the admission of boot sugar manufactur
ing machinery dutv free. The report is an
exhaustive one , in winch the committee goes
over the subject of the beet sugar experi
ments In various countries of Kuropo , and
calls attention to the fact oi the enormous
quantity'of beet sugar imported into this
country annually. Tbo commit too says
the practical imiulry which lies nt the
root of the policy of offering n bounty for
an Increased production of sugar is whether a
nation of 03,000,000 pconlo possessed of a .var
iety of sod ) and varied climate is warranted
in the light of known facts in longer delay
ing any reasonable expenditure of money in
any direction host calculated to discover
with the KI cutest expedition what possibil
ities nro hidden behind the efforts to lurcoly
increase the aunplyol sugar from beets ,
sorghum nnd cana. Statistics are given to
show that the encouragement of the beet
sugar industry in the various countries of Europe -
rope has resulted in a wonderful Increase In
that product in the last fifty years. Franco
for Instance produced 40,000 tons In 1837 ,
whllo in 1S8S her product amounted to 405-
IKK ) tons. In Germany the product has been
trebled In throe years , 50 nor cent moro was
rained In Hungary In lt > 8 than m 1877 , and
the sarao Is true in Russia and Poland.
TUB TAIIIFF 1111,1. .
It was thought nt the capital this morning
that the ways nud moans committee would
bo prepared to report the now tariff .bill to
the house , but owing to the urgent request
of the cauned goods packers throughout the
country who de.lrod to bo hoard on'tho sub-
] oct of the duty on tin plato Mr. McICinloy
decided to give them n chance to express
their views nnd another hoarinc ; was there
fore hold by the committee this morning
This has caused additional delay in the
Imul touches on the bill und it Is probable
that it will bo the and of next WOOK before
it can bo reported to the house , The fea
tures of thu bill , which Uavo boon published ,
have caused more or loss discussion among
members from all sections , and tbo goueral
Bcntimcnt seonu to be that the measure drawn
up by Mr. McKlnloy and Ids colleagues is
moro of a wcatora bill than was over pre
sented to the house , whllo the late lamented
measure batched up by Mills , Scott , Ilreok *
Inrldgo ot ul wai detlgnod primarily for the
boiiollt of the south. The MoKmley bill is
universally looked upon as the fair *
cat all around measure which has
yut boon luggestoa to congress la the form
of n tariff bill. Of course there nro some
grounds for objection among the eastern
men , who find the existing order of things
somewhat disturbed by changes mndo in the
various schudulns. but thcro is scarcely oni
of them who ilonlos that the provisions o
ttio bill for protection In the west enl ;
uccords with Justice to that vast section o
the country which has boon so long Ignored
for the benefit of eastern manufacturers und
eastern importers.
Nobody uxpncts that tbo flnnl tariff net o
the Fifty-first congress will bo n verbatim
copy of the bill reported by the ways and
means conftmttco. It Is nlmnst certain thai
changes will occur , but on the whole the
principal schedules of the bill will bocoma
the law of tlio land , and n'l ' the talk that
Is heard on the democratic sldo nboul
general republican dissatisfaction is basoi
simply on the knowledge that some members
are of courio disappointed bccauso their In
dividual interests were not us well taken
care of as they had hoped thoi might bo.
Raymond , Utack Hawk county , In. , K
D. Marble , vice C. H. IHnchum , resigned.
Geranium , Valley nounty , Neb. , J. G. Wolfe ,
vice ijadlo A , I.OHOC , resigned. Smith
Wicks , Fall Hlvor , county , S. D. , a. W.
Uetts , vlco Uonjatulu O. A very , resigned.
MiicEit.ANiot.i. :
Memorials from the Nebraska branch of
the Urlcklaycrs * International association ,
asking for legislation to prevent the employ
ment of aliens on government work , were
presented by both the Nebraska senators
The Farmers' allianceof Nebraska ,
through Its president , has telegraphed Sen
ator Mnndcrsou to urge the passage of tbo
liuttcrworth bill to prevent gambling in food
Senator Mandorson was asked today what
ho thought of the suggestion to change the
nnmn of now Fort Omaha to Fort Curtis ,
which suggestion w < is mndo recently In nn
Omaha paper in an articlenlgncd oy Dr.
Miller. Ho replied that if the name of the
fort is to bo changed nt all ho would favor
naming it after General Crook , to
whom' the pcopio of the entire west
ewe so much , and that ho should
make this suggestion to the secretary of
wnr.Tljo crockery dealers of Nebraska , In com
mon with wholesale men of the same line
throughout the country , nro.urging their
representatives to do all in their power to
prevent the passage of the McKinley admin
istrative bill unless section 0 is stricken out.
This section relmposes the duty upon the
packages In which crockery and other goods
nro brought to this country. A telegram
was received today , signed by Perkins ,
Gatch & Nauojan of Omaha , nud Fuuko &
Ogden of Lincoln , urging tbo Nebraska sen
ators to take this courso.
The president returned to iWashlngton
this evening from his shooting expedition ,
bringing sixty fine ducks.
Charles A. Crampton of Illinois has been
appointed chemist of the internal rovcnuo
bureau , treasury department. " " "
The superintendent of the census has no
tified the Nebraska . delegation that the
special agents for gathering the statistics of
manufactures will not bo appointed till
July 1. Pniiur S. HEATH.
Incorporation oi' n IVosterit Kditlon
of Tnniinixny.
CHICAGO , March 22. [ Special Telegram
to THU Unc.J " 'ho Wnsh-Nah-Tpn society
of Chicago secured a license of incorpora
tion from the secretary of state yesterday.
Tun professed object to bo attained Is the ad
vancement of democratic principles.
This stop , though the first pub
lic ono taken , is by no means the
initiatory ono of the society , which was born
ono and one-half years ago and has attained
a membership of 2,500 active local demo
crats. Its movements are , so far as is pos
sible with an organization of such numbers ,
made beneath the cloak of secrecy. From
nn outline of the workings of the
association given bv ono of its onicers today ,
It seems that it is to bo a western edition of
Tammany. The idea was conceived a couple
of years ago , when the Cook county democ
racy was split oy dissension into many fac
tions. The best organizers of tbo short
and long hairs put their , heads together and
resolved upon n plan fashioned utter the or
ganization of Tammany. The ilrst thing to
Jo was to select n name , and ns that of the
Now York organization was of Indian origin
1 was decided that this should bo purely
American too ; so Wnsh-Nah-Ton was , after
considerable debate , chosen.
Besides the head onicers and executive
council , each ward in the city has a com-
uiuudor , who , by virtue of his ofllco , is an ox
ofllcio member of the board of di
rectors , and who is elected annually
by the captains of each precinct
ot their wards , these captains to
bo elected annually by the members of the
precinct. Thcro is not a precinct in the city
that has not its club. These clubs nro com
posed of active men , who can bo depended
upon to abide by the will of tbo majority of
the society without question. The loaders
of the society are well known democrats ,
ono of the shining lights being Michael C.
The legislature.
DES Moiscs , la. , March 22. In the house
this morning there was less than a quorum
present , but routine business wastrnnsactod ;
nevertheless. A number of committee re
ports were received. Among them was n
report on the Dayton Joint rate bill. The
committee made some amendments to the
bill , but loft it in the main as first intro
duced. Uills introduced were to exempt
widows of soldiers from state taxation ; to
make an appropriation to help , din-
charged convicts to fead nn honorable
llfo ; to upply certain provisions
of the statutes to existing bondeil indebted
ness of cities nnd towns. Adjourned till
Monday. '
In the senate thu bills introduced were :
To provide for the election of county ofticors
and declare anv onlcor ineligible for reelection
tion till the full torin of ollico has'expired ;
to establish a probate court and Judge in
each county ; to rogulnto the screening of
coal ; to provide for a uniform series of text
books. A communication was road from the
secretary of state to the effect that Chr.tou
had obtained sufllclcnt population to bo de
clared a city oT the first class ; also Algona
ana North Dos Molnos to bo cities of the
second class. Adjourned till Monday.
Hlouv City Irujj storoj Knjnlnod.
Sioux CITV , la. , March 23. | Special
Telegram to THE HEE.J Prosecutions were
nstitutod today against some of the loading
drug atoms of the city for violation of the
Iquor law. The Informations were filed by
3onstabla Smith , who has taken uuibrago
jocauso ho was accused ot attempting to
blackmail the druggists , in an Interview ho
says that ha will ilia Information against all the' '
drug stores. Tim law nnd order league
invlng foiled In us attempt to indict drug-
cists ana liquor joints , it has entered on a
new campaign by the Injunction method.
I'lie attorney of the law nnd order league
: oday prepared sovonty-flvesearch warrants ,
There are over ono hundred and twenty -live
lllcit dram shops In the city , besides innu
merable "boot-leggers , " Many of the drug
stores are openly violating the prohibitory
and pharmacy laws.
Tlio Slonx City & O/dcui.
Sioux CITT , la. , March 22. [ Special Telegram -
gram to TUB UBB. I Ofllciiil advices were
received from Now York today that all the
dlfllcultles of the Sioux City & Ogden rail
road company have been adjusted and the
attachments on Its construction matorialo
released and that nriang-omanU have boon
mrfocted not only for completing the Una to
D'Noll , Nob. , but for constructing tbo whole
Ino to Ogdon.
A Dishonest Onnrdlnn I'unlsliud.
CINCINNATI , March 2 Judge Hates today
sentenced to the ponltenUary for two and
oiio-uulf years William II. Meyers , a well
cnown merchant , for embezzling $14,000 bold
by him as tbo guardian of minor chil
dren. The dofcnsa was laoK of evil
ntcnt ; that the innnoy was Invested In bus-
ness and disaster followed. The court , in
sentencing the prisoner , said the security of
trust funds must bo protected by emphatic
condemnation of gross and outrageous nils-
u o.
i IT
Oloso of Prosecution lu the
Furat Murder Trial.
> !
I'o n on ImllifiiV'-'Wnnt Tliolr Clillclron
to Acoonnmny Tlioin to the In
dian Toctltorr News About
- ' - State.
Tlio I'roqunutlon Concludes.
FUEMOXT , Nob. , March 23. [ Special to
Tun HBR.J In the Furst murder trial
today n yroat deal of evidence was takgn
corroborating all the circumstances of ttio
murder related by former witnesses In this
trial anil others who , t03tlllod In the action
brougkt ngainst Charles Shophard. Ono of
the hardest fights , of the wnolo trial oc
curred on th o question of admitting a con
fession made by t'urat In the county jail on
the day of his incarceration. This confes
sion was written down nc the tltno by O. G.
Howlus of Scrlbner. road over to furst nnd
ho signed his name to It. The defense suc
ceeded In excluding Uio written confession ,
but the witness gnvo the substance of It ai
ho remembered it. Furat told him that ho
had dona the killing and that ho was very
sorry for it , that h < 5 was ready to die for the
crime , but hoped It would nil bo over before
his moUior heard of it. Furat said that ho
and Shcphard had arranged between thorn
that Shophard was to hold up 1'ulslfor , their
victim , nnd that hu ( Fusrt ) waste
to go through his pockets ; that
they ordered Pulsifer to throw
up bis hands but instead of doing so ho put
ono in his pocket ; they thought ho was aolng
after n revolver nnd so they shot him ; they
them robbed him , securing something like
? 18. This witness , ns others had done before ,
detailed tbo flight of the two men after tbo
murder as detailed in Furst's confession.
Other persons to whom confessions had
boeu mndo after the capture testified practi
cally to the same things as Uowlus ,
At 5 o'clock the state rested its case.
Eight or ton witnesses for the defense were
then sworn , and prisoner's counsel an
nounced that the line of defense would bo on
the grounds of the Insanity of the defendant.
Dr. Uovrles was ilrst called. Ho testified
that as a rule persons who committed sul-
cldo nro Insane.
Dr. Abbott followed , giving similar testi
mony on that point. Ho also stated that the
father of defendant had boon before the
county commission of insanity for examina
tion ; that ho was not i-xammud because no
comnlamt was filed acllnst : him : also that
the fU"hor : committed suicide in this city two
or thrco years ago.
Defendant's hope is to prove the lather
insane and that no ( defendant ) possesses
similar mental traits.
Court adjourned to Monday morning , and
it will probably bo.Tuesday night or Wednes
day before n verdict is reached.
The I'oncanVnnL ) Their Children.
Nionnviu , Neb Mareh 22. [ Special to
Tiiu UEE. ITwulvo families of the Pouca
Indians , who dcsjre to return to the Indian
territory started ( dHay. Standing Hear and
Yellow Iloi-so , accompanied by Judge
Cooley and UovJ George Williams , were at
Santco agency tbaoy-pleading with the agent
to allow their children who are attending
the government school ihoro , to accompany
them. The agent , refused the request , and
other methods wlllliirobably bo , used to se
cure these chlldrqijj >
Acouflca of niurUcrinj ; His Dniightcr.
IJUHWEI.L , " Ncbvf March * 52. | Special
Telegram to TitolDcK.l This town has
been in an unusuuNtato 'of excitement dur
ing the last fortj Qi ht hours o-n account of
the arrest of a GernvjiiiUmoJ , Adam Uolm
for the allogodtmu d'er ol4u . ( Jaughtor. The
girl in question wis a oripplo about thirty
years old and hnd vdn birth'to ' ono illegiti
mate child. At thfftilno it was rumored ttiat
ho was the father of her 'chlld but nothing
was done with him. . Last , November it be
came apparent .that 'sha was in a
peculiar condition * and she has
not boon HuCn siuca the 15th
of that month. Her disappearance aroused
a suspicion that Bonn had murdered bur to
prevent the pUhllc' finding but his criminal
intimacy with her. Yesterday the county
attorney caused Ins 'nrrest and searching
particH were organi/od to find the body of
the girl , but no clues have been obtained
which promise to throw any light on the
matter. The prisoner was given a prelimi
nary hearing today , but the evidence was
insufllcicut to bind , him over. Feeling is
very strong against him nnd throats of
lynching nro mudo since his release. Sheriff
bly nnd n posse will go to Holm's residence
tonight to protect him from violence at the
uands of a mob.
Crete MnnlqlpiU Cunilldntos.
CHETK , Nob. , March 23. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun UBB. ] This evening at n citi
zen'a caucus hold for the purpose of nomi
nating candidates for city offices , irrespec
tive of party , the following nominations
were made : For mayor , Lu Norrls and D.
J. F. Uood ; for treasurer. C. M. Burkott
nud J. O. Goodwin ; for clerk , P. D. Will-
Prof. J. S. , Brown of Doano
college : for members of school board ,
H. M. Wells , Gcororo 0. Stevens , V. Kubiek
nnd C. C. White ; councilmen First ward ,
D. H. Dontiison und T. A. C. Heard : Second
ward , J , S. Chinolor nud P. H. Boavora ;
Third ward , J. Uahnor , J. L. Muff , J , A.
Croscup nnd E. G. Vore. Politically the
ticket Is a mixed ono. Lu Norrls is the
present mayor nnd C. M. LJurkot the present
ircasurer. Ttio others are now men.
Ashland Horn" .
AstiiAM ) , Neb. , March 23. fSpeolal Tolu-
gram to THU BIB. " | A local Sunday school
nstituto was hold in this city this lust week.
[ Jov. J. D. Stewart of Cnautauqua fame con
ducted the normal class. On Thursday
evening Hov. K. S. Ualston of Lincoln do-
Ivercd nn address on "Christ , the Model
Teacher. " A goodly number was prosenj ,
front the neighboring cities ,
E. P. Folsotn of this * cltv has buon ap
pointed mail woicber from Kulo , Hlchardson
county , to Oxford.
The public sohools of fhis city closed Fri
day. The avurago'nttoridnnco for the past
term has been 475. At the optining of the
next term , Mnrqh. 31 , flags may bo seen fly
ing from the niitsmoads of the school
bulldmjjs. ' ; JJ °
Oovornor Tlfkyor nt Oonon.
Gr.NOi , Nob. , AInrch U.'l. fSpaclal Telo-
gratoTuE BIK. : Ijjpubliu reception was
jlvon to Govorjior ( ( " Thavor and staff
ofllcors of the Fjfjsj.rcgiment by company
G , Nebraska National Guard , last evening.
A largo concour fl of- people welcomed the
distinguished vlslusta. Governor Thayer
addressed the Fuvmixrs' allluncu hero this
afternoon und hndv'hla' ' Ire nrouso by some
false assertions ihnllo by Sanford of Clay
county , but the goVovlior sot himself straight
joforo tno autocratpom Clay. The meeting
was qulto exciting' la'ho governor loaves for
homo this ovontntptIT
Atrnln Bold.
HASTixns , Nob. , ! iSfch 23. ( Special Tele
gram to TUB UBK.I The Kerr opera house
Mouk , recently sold at Bborlff 's ' snlo to John
SI. Uaguu , was again sold today to Repre
sentative L. Iluhn nnd William Kerr , presl-
dent of the Adams County bank , thu consid
eration being (11,000. The auditorium has
been leased to axporicnccd theatrical mana
gers for a term of years. This opera house
s one of the most Important in the Crawfora
_ _ _ _ _ _
I'rnbnbly Katnlly Huriied.
NumusKACiTV.Neb. , MarchSJ. [ Special
Telegram to THE DEI ) . ] A young son of
S. Q. Stroblo was probably fatally burned
this afternoon , hU olothui having caught Uro
from burning rubbish.
Grcnt Slaughter of Wild Dnoks.
FUKMOXT , Nob. , March 23. fSoeclal to
TUB Hue. ] Ducks and geese are unusually
Plentiful In this vijn this spring , on the
Plntto river and th. uikus near Fremont ,
Ono of the most extensive days' shooting
cvor known In this section occurred n day or
two ago when n parly of four huntor.s killed
nnd reoovored 840 ducks nt the lakes on
Patrick Uros.1 ranch six intlos north of the
NournHkt City I'rlmnricc.
Nr.iinv KV Cfrr , Neb. , Mnroh U2. [ Special
to Tnn HHR. ] The republican city primaries
were hold this evening nnd the convention
will bo hold on Monday , Tbo democratic
primaries , will bo hold Monday nud their
convention oir Tuesday. His n nettled fact
that Hon. Paul Schmlnke will bo the repub
lican candidate for mayor nnd Colonel Frank
P. Ireland will bo the democratic choice for
that ofllco.
Fnrmorfl * Muss Con von t Inn.
SrntxarieLt ) , Nob. , March 22. ( Special
Telegram to Titc BEK. ! A grand mass con
vention of the Farmers' Line board was
hold hero today and n county organization
perfected nud placml In runnjng order. Dala-
gates from Cass and Saunders counties were
in attendance. The board oxpeetn to have n
goncrnl store nt this place within thirty days.
Sfnbti' nun IlornoH Jtitrncd.
CE.VTIIAI , CITY , Nob. , March 23. [ Special
Tclogrnui to TUB BEE. ! This afternoon
fire destroyed n stable containing n span of
mules belonging to C. II. Dawlcy. Loss
about f.'fOU. The ilro U supposed to hsvo
been set from n spark from n Union Pacific
A iTcflVirHnti County I'loncor Dniul.
FAiiinOnr , Neb. , March 23. [ Special Tclo-
gram to THC UEE. | Ed Gage , n pioneer of
iTcfTarson county , died near hero this morn-
lug at the ago of seventy. Ha wns ono of the
most prominent and progressive citizens of
the county.
Chlunco in , Itrooklyu X > i.
ST. AUOUSTIXH. Fla , March 23. ( Special
Telegram to Tun BEE. ! Score :
Chicago . I 1 10 030100 * 15
Brooklyn. . . .3 0 14
Errors Brooklyn 10 , Chicago 10. Base-
hits Brooklyn 4 , Chicago 18. Butteries-
Sullivan und Laverty , Hughes nnd Daly.
The Chicagos loft for Texas tonight.
From nil indications there will cortnlnly
bo a state baseball league. Out of the eight
cities proposed to make up the league the
promoters of this enterprise have secured
nix , each of which will send a delegate to
represent it in the convention to bo bold nt
Fremont , Nob. , on next Tuesday , March 25.
This practically assures a state leaguo.
Tlio M. IS. Smith Tonin.
M. E. Smith & Co. hnvo rcorgauiznd their
base ball club for the coming season and are
now prepared to make dates with tno ama
teur clubs of the city , the wholesale house
clubs preferred. Address Wurd Burgess ,
care of M. E. Smith & Co. The pliiyars uro
ns follows : W. Huruoss , J. O'Brien , E.
Houlton , H. Lodor , II. Stonev , L. Conklm ,
W. Danigor , W. Hostwood , C. Hooper , F.
The Gate City Chili.
There wilt bo an important business meet
ing of tbo Gale City Athletic cinb nt their
Fourteenth street club rooms next Thursday
oveninc. An effort will bo made to place the
organization upon a firm basis und all mem
bers are urgently requested to bo present.
Kcndiiiir ChallcMiiros Prince.
FOIIT Ov.uu , Neb. , March 21. To the
Sporting Editor of Tun Bun : I issue this in
the shape of a qualified challenge. In case I
can got n leave ot absence , 1 will ride Jack
S. Prince a bicycle race for from $1,000
to 41,500 and the gate receipts the
race to bo either an eight or a twelve-hour
u day , six-day race , and am ready to meet
Him at Tin : HIK : ollico ns soon ns he slcmlles
his intention to accept this dell , and I ascer
tain that 1 can get thu uecussary leave of
absence. Nun HCADINO.
Although Prince HCOIIIS disinclined to enter
Into a long endurance race with Heading ,
whom ho regards as a pupil , ho has declared
thnt if Heading issued n bona Ode challenge ,
accompanied with a respectable forfeit de
posit , ho would accept and ride him if It took
every dollar ho could raise. Heading has
issued the challenge unaccompanied by any
deposit , but ho assured the writer that ho
wns willing to post $2. > 0 the moment ho
learned whether bo could obtain the neces
sary leave of absence or not. Heading is iu
earnest , and Prince can make up his mind
to this effect. The general opinion is that
Prince Is not in it , in t > uch a race as the sol
dier proposes.
GuTTCMiiuita. March 22. Special Tele
gram to THE BUB , ] Summary of today's '
races :
Selling , five-eights of a mile Extra won ,
Wissahickoti ( colt ) second , Seatick third.
Time 1:03 : .
Selling , throe-fourths of n milo -Lotion
won , Bennie Lass second , Pericles third.
Time 1:20K- :
Selling , Boven-elghtbs of a mile Ovnamlto
won , Benedict second , Blessed third. Time
109. .
Soiling , seven-eighths of a milo Oarsman
won , Wahoo second , liola third. Time lIiS. :
.Selling , ilvo-eightliB of n milo Miller won ,
Estorbok second , Major third. Time lOS : f.
Sovcn-olKhths of n mile John Jay won ,
Hurwood second , Friar third. Time 1 :40j/ : .
Now Orloniis Knees. S
NKW OUU\NS : , La- . , March 23. [ Special
Telegram to Tun BKE. ] Husult of today's
races :
Throo-fourtlis of n milo Sheridan won ,
Lida L. second , Jlolllo Hardy third. Time
1:1" : . '
Five-eighths of n milo Puonto won , Hoely
John second , Hollevo third. Time 1:05. :
One-half milu Cllquot won , Germanic
second , Lexington third. Time 10 seconds.
Fifteen-sixteenths of a mile King won ,
Billy Plnkortou second , PnUhott third.
i'iine 1:33. :
nnd lown , Pension-- .
WASIII.VOTOX , March 23. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Bcn.l Nebraska pensions :
Jriiriiiul invalid Henry Sheldon , Geneva" ;
James Walker , Crete ; William M. Irwln ,
Mi-Cook ; Charles O. Marcollus , Stock villo ;
-'redorlck Schroeder , Button ; Carlos Bath-
rick , Tccumsob. Increase HIchard B.
larrls , Alda ; Samuel G. Barnes , Johns-
own ; Hobort J Monngh.Bloomington ; John
Jrunk , Hildrloth. Original , widows , etc.
Mnncy , mother of David McUride , Hislng
Iowa pensions : Original invalid .lamos
Smith , Ottumwa ; William P. Crawford ,
Doud's Station ; Adam Epp , Marathon ;
lames Morrow , TallBrand ; Samuel D.
Thompson , Alnsworth ; Benjamin F. Pnrkor ,
Corning ; Henry F. Hopetor , Codar-
jurg ; M. E. Livingston , Charles
City ; Daniel D. Norton , Jnmlson ,
Tames H. Campbell , Boone ; Francis M.
Jcrrough , Mole : Emery Garov , Grundy
Centre ; Sylvauus Bascomb , Spencer ; John
Van Sant , Hrlghton , Ellas Uurns , Pruirio
City ; Virgil Wilmot , Humeston. Increase
icnjumm Bolln. Grand Junction ; Uriah
> , Short. Afton ; Jacob McCoy. Ivy
GarrottW. Luke. Geneva ; Joseph Lulpurt ,
Curokn ; Franklin Green , Snndyvllle ; Sam
uul Graper , Hartley ; Volnoy N. Brown ,
Wont Union : George Cooper , Mnquotetn ;
Ulijah T. Knlghl , Albla. Original widows.
etc. Francis McII. , widow of
Valentino M. Barley , Charles City :
Mary A. , wiuow of Samuel
3 , Thompson , Ainsworth ; minor ot John
'ones ' , Docorah ; minor of Houbon Ovnhood ,
s'ortlnvooJ , Mexican survivors Owen Ad-
clns , Adol. Mexican widows Hoxannn ,
vldow of Jeremiah U. Hooso , Crqstou ,
TrniiHlnrrifii ; the Jlnpartniont.
LEAVENMOIITH , Kan. , March 23. [ Special
Telegram to THE BEB. ] Lieutenant Charles
) odgu , aldo on General Merrill's staff , and
J. W. Foster , chlof quartermaster nt Fort
. .cavonwortu , loft this evening for St. Louis
n select a building for the headquarters of
ho Department of the Missouri. The ofllclul
rdor transferring tbo headquarters 10 SI
, ouls was received today , to take effect
uno U.
George Gascolfrno Is lying dangerously ill
at his homo. B1HW Nm-tt. Hu < u > onth struct.
Public Building Mattoru Dtsouasocl
lu the Sonata.
Tlio Government oi'tho United State *
Oituht Novcr t > lie n Ton-
nut Tor tlin I'ronilscH
it Oooitjilos.
N , March 22. When thosnuato
took up the calendar the Ilrst bill reached
Was ono appropriating 100,000 for n plibllu
building nt San Diego , Cnl. Mr. Sherman
spoke of the appropriation ns being large fo > -
n place the size of San Dlogo. If there was
any special reason for n largo appropriation
ho would like to know it. Ho desired to
Imvo some general rule applied to mlblle
buildings. Ho wanted to see n "fair divide , "
nnd that some rule should bo applied by the
committee In those places.
Mr. Hpoonur , from the committee on. pub
lic buildings , snld tlmt the bufldlni ; wus tn
accommodate not only the nostonico but cus
toms , internal revenue and land ollli'Ot. Tlio
bill provided fornn appropriation of $ ,100,01)0 ) ,
whllo the supervising architect of the treas
ury had recommended n $ jOJ,000.
Mr. I'lutt spoke of the recent romni-kablo
growth of California towns , which eastern
men could hardly comprehend. Mr. Morgan
spoke In thu name vein.
Mr. Hearst also spoke of the Importance
.of Southern California. IIo was glad thnt
sovornl senators had been out to the const
since the last session nnd scon for them
selves the marvelous growth of those places.
Hoandbls colleagues expected nnproprl i-
tions tor other public buildings in California
this session. They wanted u lurgo nupropri
ntlon for n postofllco nt Hun Fraui-isuo ,
which city put up with n miserable
makeshift for forty years.
Mr. Uawos favored the Diego appro
priation. The dubatc , hu said , hud Inla-n n
wide range , nnd he wns glad that then Is oc
casion for senators to consider how far thov
will extend these publio buildings. Thov
hnvo to go moro largely in the west und less
In the cast. Ho said : "Wo uio compelled
to admit that nothing so Miii7ci ; nn eastern
man as to travel west and sea the immense
development Ihere. The dllllcult.v with pub
lic building reports is. that they go so largely
on tbo Idea of partition. It is difik-nlt for
the committee to loao Right of the I tic. , of
partition land confine itself to the merits of
the wise. "
Mr. Intralls then said that there is u Moll-
nite impression in the public mind that ap
propriations for rucra and harbors mid pub
lic buildings go by favor , nnd in various in
stances large appropriations' are mudu for
which there is no appa rent justification. Public
attention is called repeatedly to the fact
after the formal business of tbo scnMo U
over the sessions hnvo been continued with
fur less thnn quorums. A bill waa talwn
up , road hastily und passed without reports
being made und millions and millions ol ap
propriations piled up uilhout miv reason
given. Today's debate hud Justillou tno no
tion oC the committlu on the pending bill ,
which , without U. would have pnuo into the
before mentioned category. IIu believed
that the government of the United States
ought never to be a tenant for thu prum- !
iscs it occupied , but that whenever - j
over there wus government oc
cupation there should on government
ownership. It would bo an object lesson In
patriotism if In every town ami village there
wns n place large or small from which
the national Hag could lloat ns tin indication
of the visiole presence of the majesty and
power of thu irovernmput. Ho nlwuvs fa
vored a liberal appropriation for public
buildings , but condemned the practice that
Illustrate * thu meHiaiM iwil l > jr sumo
rtc'ilors to sell ottierprcpunitluiuwliiMi IIuoil s.S.irsii'
pnrllln It cnlleil for Tint mibMliulo | JIT.IIHI | , : < HH
iuillu 4 thiui IluoilV , nml thcrofuro l > uy u liiriur
profit Ilior urn tMtlicr nmilc lijr tlio ilealorn tlicm-
eclvcs , or trlmt uro notoriously
known nmotiK the trmlo ns "non-secrets. " Tliess
"non-secrets bear Iho naiin-sof llm ilonler . but are
really not muuo by them. The belter clusnf nunlho
cnrlcs liinunin'n uvolilcU tlu' i > uools. uinl , furlu-
luitcly fur thu publlr , they nro nipullr puislnRlnlo
Kcnoral dlsraputc ,
'Jhu J ulluwltiK Aruiuncnts ,
U oJ lijr ilenlrrt who try to Uki < I
oflho lOKlllimiteclcnmiiil whlih It * lui'rll anil ll ml-
vprllklni. Uitvo riealfil fur lloait'a startuparlllaaro
< Our Own Malic"
I'rovos nollilnit ni to niorlt , n id morelnilmlti Imita
tion. Do not to dcceltoil ' liyicli fllmy urjuiucnt.
Iiiilst upon having lloo'j's Snriuparllla.
"Twice as Bis"
Doci not dcmonttrato nnr economy , for tliolarucr
tlio quantity the wcnkur the iuv < llclnu , nnd Ihu
Hrt'utiT the doio. hoo4' huriupnrllltt l the mo t
hluhly concentrated anil thcreforu Iho mutt economi
cal medicine to bur. U li Iho only preparation nt
which can truly to ald " 109 I OSK1 OXK Inn Mil , "
and orcrjr bottle ot Hood's ? at 4i | rallla li a fulr
equivalent lor a Jollar.
"Itcfuml Your Jtruiiuy"
ThUiiromliolJ merely trlfllnz nlth the feollninof
customers , Tim dealer knows you will not return a
bottle of medicine , nnd demand lha price p ld. The
best way Is In thotlrst pluro to ln l t upon burin *
Hood's Bannparllln , which you know you will not
> vnt to return.
had grown up of extravagance nnd costli
ness In them.
At t no close of the disciinsloii the bill
Mr. Hlrvlr Introducoii another educational
bill. Referred.
A bill passed to establish n post of de
livery nt Slnux ( Jity.
Adjourned ,
WASIIIXOTOX , March &X tn Uio house to
day petitions were presented nnd roforre.l ns
follows : From the Chicago wholoinlo
hoe nnd leather : maclntlon , roinoastr.itiu
against the Imposition of u duty upjn hides ;
from the farmers' uxuh ingo of Mo nphli up-
| HJ9ing n tax on compound lard , nnd ono from
cltlrnna of Columbus , O , , ag.iiuu a m iterill
change In the Immigration nnd u.ilur.ilU i--
tlon lawn.
A bill was passed authorizing tlio sccrotar.\
ot the Interior to negotiate for the sate tc
the United States of the western pir' flf tin
Crow Indian reservation In Muntani.
In the morning hour , en motion of Mr.
I'nvson of Illinois , tlio bill was prwi'd ro-
penllng the timber culture luw. At 2 o'oltu-It
public huslnosi w.issimpondo.l und thiMiousn
pvocco.lcd to the consideration of the ivsolu-
tioiH rol'itlvo ' to the dcntli of K .1. ( ! al.itu
member from LtmUl.m.i.
Address"- * were dull vuroj by various nnm-
burs in eulogy of the late roprujonl Hv * .
nftnr which. I\M uti ndditimnt J of re
spect , Uiu house iuijournud.
IMKI ) IN , I\H. .
Clnlun Auotlir ; A" ntlin In
the ( ' ( tsniMifil. II. .Noi'lrs.
Ji H. Neclcs , n mechanic , nboul tlilrtv
years of ago , cimo to Hits city same ten Unvi
njfo from Albany , Mo. , sot on n 1 > U spree ,
was arrested Friday nluht by Olm-or Mitch
ell , and Buffered several hours : ifkr bt'lnp
locked up with the worst borror.s of delirium
trotnt'iis. Yustcrdny nftoniooti scr.t
to the county j ill. I .ml nluht about 8
o'clock ho nsko.l for modicmo , n d
it win irlvoa to liltn , nftor uhkh
ho wont to the water eloiut. A fcwmintitiM
later another prisoner vuiti-d thuclosrt nnd
found the poor follow lying dnail upon the
floor His death roHtiltul from iliu fearful
amount of whmkv ho had drunk.
S ) far us coul-1 Do learned list iiirht ! ho
iind no relatives In Omalm. Tlio bndv was
tnlcun to Hoafity it llcnroy'a undertaking
A Klnmnnn N oil tl
1'ioperty owners and citizens goner illy du.
inaml th it n llaiman should Immcduiti-l.v lie
iilnccd ut the railroad crossiiiir on Locust
street near tnu bridge to Kast Omaha. Tliroj
ro.ids the Missouri Pauillo , tha Frumont .t
ElUlioi'n and the St. I'nulcnm in-rc , and
the danger is saiil tu bo very
great , particularly along toward ovcn-
Inc. There have Icon a largo number
of hairbreadth CSIMIHS from instant death ,
anil as the travel nt that point is liicioiibing
very rapidly , the danger is iJIso inr.vasinir
A flagman Is Iropt at the Nicholas Mroot
crossing , which i * u loss diingcrouj one than
Locust street.
GHKDONIl-i-tr.ll.i ; { ) Gordonior , Mir-h ' , ' 1 ,
lij'D , wile of .1. K. Gordonier. A husband
nnd three children losing a loving wiiuiind
Funeral will take placj Sunday at 'J p. in.
from thu resldcnco , "M\ \ South Twriiiiuth
street , Uev. Charles Siiviwo oniciiit.n .
II or ( in's K\ainlnutt in.
The examination of SVosley .Ilnrinn , win
is chnrired by William O. Lestur with ob
taining goods under fnlbc pretitisos , was
commenced yesterday nfturnoon before
, Iudgu Holsloy , and continued to Tuusdau
Rii ticulur * of the ciist ! wuro given at tntt
time of Horton's nrroU , tun days 1150
Ctmrlua I'hillips was arrested last inifnt on
the L'hureo of t.ikmir two gold rings from
Amelia Ammon , out at Hill's road hmiiu.
"If Yon Jtun't
LUic Oni'H , ice
irtn llrfnuil
"We're Out nf
OlII'H , H'O
'Xo ' , Thank You , < K'CIICIIICII ( | , f waul OIOOWS harMinarilla , for fl
know that IH HID lies ! "
Hnmctliiiai.iiloMlurwIII inylioli
"Out of HJoodV
If ho thinks ttiociMtoinur will notifo tn nnothpr ntoro
Kilniy what H wiiuteil. Tlien ho prrtcci-ili tiilllnu |
of his tliu "noiiecrql" -
upon thovuluo ownur - | iroi- |
nrjllon , mill If ho fulU to sell It , n III discover n bailie
of llooil s harfnimrtlln on liiiml.
"AH < ' < > < > ll 1IH
aTiixuxthlt Is tn aitinlt that
the stamlarj nnil piinoisot nupi-rlor mi-rlt. 'Ihu
ful-l'y of the claim H nl o iiimro | | > it. UucHl'a Hann-
| inrlll l9 Iho ruiult nf Ionic experiment , ftuilr nnil
ruiriirrli by llinrauihlr | i-ilucali-U | ihnrmui > lsts , and It
li | iniu | sllilo for thu nvi'rauo ilruunUt lu L-iiulU | In
merit or uunitlvq i > uwcr. IlooU't Bitriit
n pri'imreil liy it I'fcCUMAU OosllilVATlliv
riioi-iilillov Mi riioCKNi , luconi > v < | uunc nr which
It oiri'fli rvmurknbla tnrt's whcro other prupurittl9n
( nil.
Wo do not Ulnniounrmi > for trjlntt , Inn lovlllmato
m.mncr. lo pusli mi tiunett bu lnu5i. Hut wu sutinilt
tliut olTorl llku tliouburo lo tnulii upon Iho reputa
tion of llooa'n HiiriapaiLlln , 'unit lo forio lufc'tlor
urlldui upon tliti inibllt- l not lioneJt.uiulouulH not
lt > lie ( ouiituiiiinceil tijr huncU people ,
All \Vo Afllc
I > this If rou ilreldo , from what you Imvo licarJ or
ri'n'lof ' tUu muilu ot HooU's Hur n | anllii unil Ihu
Kiioil lilmsiloijo other * , thnt jrou will trjr It.itii nut lu
liiituouil ID tnko onjtlilnu clig. Insist upon Imvlutf
Hood's Snrs pu'llla ,
'J III ) KprlllR lUsMlolnc.
It li unqiicitlonnblf the bestblooil pnrlflor before tha
people. It curemcrofulu , salt rliouni , and all other
humors , ilyipepila , blllouaiiOM , sick hcailach * . | t
orcrcouics that tired frellnK , cre
ud makes the weak strong.
oe oure to < uet riooa s W
Parsuparllla. PoM t > r ill driuitlili. Ill ' * 'or 15 I Har niirllla. SoM by all druiiuUm. Hi six lor tl
Trcparcd by C. I. HOOD ft CO. , J/jwoll , la i. I I'rcpareU bjr C. I. IIHI ( ) * tX ) . , Ixjncll , Mais.
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