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OU THE OMAHA DAILY BEErflATlJBDAY : , . DECEMBER G. 3890. i I
the Fifth dlitrlcUf Uio First xvnrd , My vole
was rhnUcnRCil. 1 wiw allowed to vote. I
Worked until U o'clock ' nt the poll * nnd wont
home. Mr. Kincrson , n bonnier nt my houto ,
united inn to o with him to the | iolls. lie It
n prohibitionist. Ho until tlmt ho litul boon
) > cdilllCK tlckoU favoring the prohibition
nmontlment mid hnd been driven mvny. Ho
was nfralil to KO to vote , I necotnpanlcdlilin.
Wevcnt to the polls. Ho sllpi d In and cast
Ills veto. Wo tlien ruilntl to our bu py and
llio mob pursued. Missiles were thrown. An
rpjr struck mo. A man tried to cntcu my
liorsotiy the hit. The crowd followed. On
Tenth nnil Vlntou wo decided wo had better
not RO to our barn. Wo turned north. Em
erson tcot out of the buRfy and then went to
Mr , Furniis. I nm known nil over tbo neighborhood -
borhood us n prohibitionist. It wasn't n free
election. My vote was challenged. nl-
though I suppose that the person ( tying
1,0 hnd no-Wit to do It. Mr. Hoyd wns re
garded us tlio cauilldato of the iintl-prolilbl-
On cross-examination Smith testified : I
mil a prohibition ! ) ! . I tlilnlc Emerson voted
the stral Kht prohibition ticket. I don't know
what became of tlio crowu that followed us
from tbo polls. All the demonstration that I
saw on election clay wiw caused by the prohi
bitionists. I do not know of anyone bctiiK
prevented , cither In this precinct or any
other , from voting cither for Uoyd , lllchards
or 1'owors. 1 voted for the amendment. 1
decline to sav for whom I voted for governor.
Silas W. Wilson of aSl7 OrchnrU street ,
Omnlin , win the next witness. Ho testified :
I voted in the Second precinct of the Ninth
ward , I went half an hour hoforo the polls
wcro oin'iicil. The Judges did not open the
ballot box so that the people could sco the In-
Bldo of It. I went early to sco the box ex
posed , I peddled tickets for all the parties.
They were all opposed to thonetnndmcnt.
A number ol the 1'ersonnl Hlghls league ,
people were Uoyd badjes. Two men cnmo up
In a hiiKpyniul after seeing what tickets I
was peddling they told the crowd that these
tickets .should bo torn up. Mo tickets wcro
taken from mo forcibly.
A icdhot dobnto ntwo over the following
question : "Did thu advleo of Mr. Uoyd to
the Personal lights Icnfiuo. go to tbo extreme -
tremo of advising the Personal Ittghts league
to take up arms If need bo to resist ! "
Objection wa ? made to this and Attorney
Tobbetts ruled that sueh a question was un
fair. Ho bcld that no charge- was mudo that
Uoyd wns a party to the conspiracy.
Mr , Harwood Insisted that the Issue nnd
contest was whether Mr. Powers or Mr.
Uoyd wus elected.
Mr. Strlckler Insisted that Uoyd was talk
ing to his friends when ho addressed the
1'crsonhl lilghts league.
Mr. Wilson Informed Notary Wilson tlmt
) o had nothing to say concerning the rooc-
on of testimony , and that n higher court
'id such a power. Notary Tcbhitts finally
admitted the testimony under protest.
The witness answered : "Yes. "
Court adjourned until 2 p. in.
A FTKIINOON SKSSIOX.
A 2 p. m. tbo witness was cross-examined.
8Io testified as follows : Mr. Uoyd said lit the
j'crsoiml lilghts league meeting two weeks
Before election i "if there are any laws madu
In tlls | country infringing upon your rights
ot the persons assembled that ho would aid
thorn In resisting , "
Tlio ( lumiou was asked by Harwood :
"Would you say that GeorgoWashiiiKtonand
his colleagues were anarchists because they
tolerated such opinions ! "
Answer Well , I don't know.
Tlio witness continued : 1 don't ' tolerate
nuch unclean papers as Tun P.M.MIA. Uun. I
21rud them long ngo. 1 take the Lincoln Call.
I vote tlio straight republican ticket. I
didn't vote the county ticket. I am an Amor-
Jena , I didn't want to vote for persons not
Americans. I didn't stop to look at the names
t > t tbo comity candidates. It was a rotten
ticket till the sumo. I was peddling republi
can , democrat , indunemlcnt and prohibition
tickets , t was peddling Uoyd tickets. No
ouo prevented mo from voting or challenged
JJuv. John A. Henderson of the Third dis
trict of the Ninth ward of Omaha was the
text witness. Objections by Hunvood , Wit
ness testified : I was nt the polls from 0 n.
ai. until about lip. in. election day. No ono
& ! tcrforoil with mo when I went to voto.
u'hero were violent threatening toward mo ,
J wns cursed. I wns called by muny unpleas
ant names when I was talking to some la
dles , 1 was told that I had no business there.
Threatening and Improper language wns
used , I was pushed upon the ladles , not violently
lently , but disordqrly , very. The crowd wns
shoved against us , I mean. There wns ono
I policeman present. Ho did not , to my knowl
edge , arrest anybody. I wns present through
I' a spirit of friendship toward the prohibition
Cross-oxnminntlon : I was not hurt except
In my feelings. I voted the republican ticket
nnd for tbo amendment. There was some
'Interference in ono voto. An old man , I don't
know his name , wanted to vote the repub
lican ticket and for tbo amendment. I fixed
his ticket for him. Ho reached tlio polls with
irrcnt ditllculty , The crowd tried to confuse
I him nnd make him bcllovo bo had the wrong
ticket. I saw nobody that day who wished
to vote for Mr. Powers who was interfered
with from so voting , In the afternoon I
returned to tbo polls. Had I "suspected I
would have been killed 1 would
not Imvo returned. Tno man who threat
ened rae shook his lists In my face , but did
nothing more. I was not afraid. 1 saw no
body driven from the polls. Nobody was
treated so violently ns I \ \ \ \ * , although a num
ber were treated somewhat ai I was. My
belief Is that tlio violence ) grow not out of
the feeling concerning the candidates , but
concerning the matter of prohibition.
Js. Ostcrhohn of Nineteenth and Cnss
streets , of Omaha , wns called. Testimony
objected to. IIo testified ; I peddled repub
lican , democratic. Independent and prohibi
tions tickets In the Third precinct of the
.Eighth ward. The tickets favored the pro
hibition amendment. I was told that the
tickets were spurious. An epg was thrown
, ntnio. My brother who came toward mo
i was struck with an egg. I gave the persons
f no occasion for assault. I do not know that
it would have been unsafe to challenge Uoyd
Cross examination : I did not see nnvono
I deterred from voting for whatever candidate
ho chose ,
KIT. Q. H. Shlnn of the Third precinct of
thu Ninth ward of Omaha wns the next wit
ness. Tottlmony objected to. Witness tosti-
lied ; I voted nt noon. I also went to the
| First precinct ot the Third ward. I hadjlclc-
uta for nil the parties , but all favor-
1 ing tbo prohibition amendment There were
i three tickets deposited In the ballot box
which were for the amendment. I saw a
man take tickets out of the hands of voters
nnri say , "You Imvo the wrong tickets. " The
j voters soonied to bo confused mid ignorant.
The man had tickets nnd ho gave them to
him. I suw three persons with Persona
KlghtH lenguo.bndgos on. 1 was near tlio poll
ing window. A regular jiollcomnn took mo
nwny from the polling window. Ho said I
had no right tboro as I was not a voter , Mr.
Coo drove up. Ho said for mo not to remain
there. Ho llvos in tbo sumo ward that I do
I appealed to him for protection. Ho led mo
outside of the crowd. Coo's sentiments
Bcemed to bo In sympathy with the crowd ani
Cross examination : I wns not Interfere !
with In casting my vote , The whole ntm o
the crowd scorned to bo to defont prohibition
and elect Hoyd , I couldn't say that nnj
Hlchards men were working ; against the
Tlio Otltor Coutohts.
The tcitlmony In the contests for state ox
ccutlvo officers outsldo of governor wns ns
J. 1'hlppn Uoo was tho. first witness. Quos
tloncd by Lamb , ho stated that ho had been n
citizen of Omaha for sixteen years , nnd was
ut the present time a resident ot the Fourtt
product of the First ward. He
was nt the polling place In Urn
precinct on November 4 , and saw persona
peddling republican and democrrtlo tickets
llo testified that ho himself was peddling
umondniont tickets of the republican , donio
cratlo , independent and prohibition purlins
Asked whether the hoslilo feeling ngnlns
the amendment prevailed among democrats
ns well as republicans , ho statud that It wni
ROM mil , nnil that tucro had bean ninnlfostn
tlons of It prior and lending up to the day o
thu elections. Ono ot the evidences of hos
tlllty WIM tlio efforts on the part of tbo lead
Ing press to belittle or to show their con
tempt for all these engaged in amondmon
work , nnd especially to the leaders ot tlu
Gos | > el Tomporunco union. On the day o
, tbo election , \vhllo puddling umomlmen
tickets at the polls , ho was accosted by n
crowd who claimed his tickets were Illegal
pushed awny tram the polls , and subjected tc
onucli personal abuse. Three or four moi
tlnoutonod him with agas pipe , but hoovudoti
them , keeping M near us possible to the do
tectlvea and pollocineu.
J. M. Taylor of the First precinct of the
fourth ward of Omaha was called. Test !
, V MS
nony objected to. Witness testified that io
no sought to Interfere when hn went to voto.
Went to polls In Interests of Independent
Ickot. No ouo sought to take thorn nwny
rein him , Saw no violence or efforts to ti ko
lekuts from any ono , Wni nlso in the Seo-
end precinct of the Fourth ward. Hoard a
good deal of profanity and threats against
irolilbltlon and the Independent ticket. Saw
> rohlhltlon tickets taken from ono man 'who
vns pushed awny by tbo crowd. The crowd
vns boisterous. Saw some men wearing Per-
onnl Hlghts badges. A few were Uoyd
> adgcs , but couldn't say that they took nny
> art In crowding the man from ho polls.
Cross-examination : I cannot snr that I
icnrd of nnybody Intorferrcd with who
vlslied to vote the Independent ticket. In
ho Second precinct of tlio Fourth ward some
stranger said that the Independent ticket was
very dnniforous. I cannot natnu a person
vho wished to vote for Powers and wns ro
used , I did not sco nnyono prevented from
voting for Mr. Powers In Omaha ut tlio other
lolls.W. . II. Sborwnod of the Fifth district of the
Sixth ward of Omaha was called. His to.UI-
nony objected to. Ho tcstillcd that ho went
.o the Second precinct ot SccoiiU ward to
work for the amendment. He said : I ped-
lled republican , democratic , Independ
ent and prohibition tickets. Scmo
of the tickets hnd Mr. Powers'
inmo on them. Tno crowd about the polling
place was pretty wild. I saw two or three
persons wearing Personal Nights league
imdges. They wcro about as loud nanny of
Lhe crowd , A man pushed mo down on nil
fours. A deputy sheriff then cnrnu to mo and
nald , "I have a plnco for you , " I was nr-
restcd ny thu policeman. I had done noth
ing to warrant an arrest , A man came run-
nlngupnnd said that tlio wrong man was ar
rested. The ofllccr said to the man to "Dry
up or I will arrest vou. " The man wns a
deputy sheriff. Tbo sheriff Is .1. F. Boyd.
Chief Scnvoy took mo Into his olllco and after
listening to my story released mo. I was nr-
rnlgned next day nnd discharged. The only
reason I know for my arrest wns to get me
away from the polls. My trinkets wcro all
given back to riio by the police Judge. The
crowd nt the polls favored Bovd.
The question was asked ! "From what you
saw , heard nnd experienced at that precinct ,
stnto whether you consider that a fair elec
tion ! "
Objected to by Harwood.
Answer of witness No , sir ; I did not.
Witness continued : I did not sco anybody
directly Interfered with who wished to vote
for Powers. I i > cddlud tickets both for I'ow-
ers and Uoyd. I saw n good many tickets
taken away from men. but whether the mon
wished to vote these tickets or not I do not
know. Nobody interfered with mo , except to
offer mo other tickets.
.1. Phlpps Hoc was recalled and nskcd the
following question :
"Stato what effort you mndo to secure
representatives upon the board of election
and registration of the prohibition party. "
Mr. Uoe replied : The petition to
the city council of Omaha signed
by the principal Hankers and business
men of Oinabn requesting that body to ap
point ono prohibit Ion representative ) upon
each of the boards ot election , and also on
the boards of registration , wns declined as
being presented by a Jim Crow crowd. The
sumo petition was rejected by the county
Mr. Hnrwood objected to the testimony of
all the witnesses from T'rngh down.
Court then adjourned.
JTOMl'KD M < * OK ItFK.
A Father Saves Himself nnd Two
Children from Death.
Moxnon , Mich. , Dec. 5. [ Specia Tele
gram to THE UKE. ] Farmer Krieger and his
three children wcro crossing Otter crcok
upon the open trestle bridge of tho. Lake.
Shore road last night. When about the cen
ter of the bridge the father was horrified to
sco a train approaching. It was Impossible
to get off the bridge. The father looked for n
place to shield his children , and the engineer
whistled. He had the little ones stand upon
the edge of the ties , but saw that even then
the projecting steps of the car would hurl
them Into the water , .lust ns the engine was
abodt to strike the two smaller ones he seized
them and Jumped Into the river , shouting to
the third to follow. She was twelve years
old. She stood for nn Instant , ready to leap ,
nnd fearing to inako the plunge she turned
and ran toward the opposite shore. She had
gone only a few steps whoa tlio train struck
her nnd she was ground to pieces under tbo
wheels. The father after n struggle in the
Icy water nnd mud , reached shore with the
M'lTTSUUltG'S 1SIU F211E.
Flvo Firemen Injured , Ono l < 'ntally ,
nnil Another Ono .Missing.
J'lTTsnt'ua , Pn. , Dec. fi. The flro which
broke out in Mnglnn's cracker factory early
this morning was not extinguished
until four largo building blocks wcrn
consumed. The buildings destroyed
were of brick , seven stories high
and were occupied by Mnginu's cracker
house , B. & W. Jcuklnson , wholesale to
bacco ; Graham , & Co. , stoves and hardware ,
nnd Harris & Co. , wholesale druggists. Five
ilrcmcnwho were Injured by falling walls , are
doing well except Uustroth , who will probably
die. Fireman Tiegcra Is still missing ami it
is feared ho was buried beneath the iniins.
The total loss Is put at $330,000 ; Insurance ,
Made n Falun More.
Loxnoy , Dec. 5. The Portuguese leaders
taken prisoner by the British South African
company's ' pollco when the latter drove the
Porturueso out of the Mutacas krall after
they had captured the place and hauled down
the British ling , are Uron Hozcndo , Colonel
Atulrada and Scnhor Couvyn. Colonel An-
drndo Is anxious to arrange terms for the set
tlement of the matter , being conscious ho has
inuJo n fill so move.
LISIION , Dec.-G. The news is received from
Capo Town that n Portuguese force seized
Mutacas krull'nt Maulca , South Africa , nnd
hauled down the British flag , replacing It
with theirs , Is n surprise to the Portuguese
government. The action did not result from
nny Instructions Issued by the government 01
the Mozambique company.
A dispatch from Lisbon to the Morning
Post says the Portuguese government has
telegraphed its agent in London to demand
the release of Portuguese oillccrs and a join !
commission to inquire into the matter. A
dispatch from Paris says the belief prevails
that Portuguese oftlclals fomented the trouble
to hamper the arbitrators In the Delagoa bay
railway dispute. Ono of tbo shareholders
said touigiit that U the decision of the nrbl
trators was adverse to Portugal , Secretary
Illalnn would Insist on tbo payment ot propel
dumngos and thu restitution o'f the property.
OelnniittGr'H llniilc rtroki-n.
PiTTSiwuo , Pa. , Dec. 5. It Is reportoi
that Delamatcr's bank at Moadvlllo , Pa. , 1m ;
fulled. George \V , Uelamutcr , late repub
llcnn candidate for governor. Is pivsldcnl
of the Institution. Tboro Is little excitement
although the suspension caused a prcfouui
sensation. The Dolamatcrs have thu sympa
thy of the community and hones are ex
pressed that the suspension will be tempo
rary.PniLU > Ki.rmA , Doc. .1. State Treasure :
Hoyor confirms thu report that the bnnklni
housa of Delnmutur & Co. of Meadvlllo Imi
on deposit f lOO.OiK ) nf the state's funds , bu
udds that the deposit was covered by n bond
Dr. KluK < * All night.
S\XTEC AOKXOV , S. D. , ( via Springfield , S
D , , ) Dee. 5. [ Special Tcloirrnm to Tin
UEB.J It IB not true that Dr. Klggs and Mr
Steer ot the San too normal training school n
this place have been .summoned to tbo Is'ov
York ofllco on account of any Irregular con
duct oa the part of Dr. Kiggs , as indicated b
your special from Nlobraro.
x , Dec. 5. The president toda ;
sent to the senate the following nominations
Homunldo Pachcco of California , minister t
tbo Central American states ; Walter John
son , surveyor at Hock Island , 111.
Doll Trloiuiono Htook
IlosTox , Mass. , Deo. 5. Today Hell tele
phone stock declined from 20t ) to 101 am
closed at 191 on considerable sales. There isn
news to effect the stock , save that some pec
Die sold It to obtain funds.
Passage of the Pension Appropriation Bill
by the House ,
CONSIDERABLE DEBATE ENSUES UPON IT ,
The Secretary of War Authorized to
ISHIIO Amis to .Settlers in Nc-
lirauka null OtherStntcti
WASIIIXOTOX , Dec. fi. In the house Mr.
Mtcucon of Michigan called up the senate
olnt resolution authorizing the Bccrotary of
vnr to Issue 1.000 stand of arms to each ot
ho states of North and South Dakota ,
iV'voinhifj und Nebraska. On motion of Air.
Sartor of Montana , Montana was Included hi
ho provisions of the joint resolution , which
vns then passed.
The house wont Into comtnlttoo of the
vholo on the pension appropriation bill.
Mr. Outhwaltoof Ohio referred to yester
day's talk about the commissioner of pen
sions and criticised the conduct of that
ofllcer In the recent campalen.
Mr. Cutchcon suggested that Commissioner
Hade had taken part In congressional clee-
Mr. Outhwnlto replied that It Ulack hnd
done such things nt Hnuiu hnd done ho
should liavo been brought to Justice. IIo
-hen proceeded to reproach the republican
muse with shirking IU duty , arguing that
tlio pending bill would show a deficiency of
ovcr$3JUOiOJl ) ) .
Mr. Henderson of lowasnld the deficiencies
md begun when the democrats cnmo Into
control uml cut the appropriations so short
.bat during tlio lost vear there was a de-
Iclency of ? 25,000.000 ,
Mr. Dockory said that a few months ago ho
stood on tills floor and declared that the re
publicans were refusing for purtv purposes
to appropriate within ? l.r > ,000,000 ot the
imount required for pensions under the ex
isting law. This declaration was nlmostHUb-
stantlutcd by the fact that the commissioner
io\v came asking for a deficiency of $11,500-
JOO. Mr. Dooitery then branched into a dis
cussion of the general financial condition of
the country , presenting tables to show that
there will bo n dolictieacy July 1,181)2 , of over
* S7.SOu,000 , and said this did not Include nny
deficiency for the fiscal years 18U1 or 1SW ex
cept the tnnalon deficiency.
Mr. BrcckenrulB'o ot Kentucky said this
was not n question as to' whether
the nrescut commissioner had taken
l > art In the recent campaign or whether
the former commissioner was guilty of tlio
charges made against him. The point was
that the probabilities are that within seven
years there will bo 1,000,000 pensioners on
the rolls , who will bo paid ? ITO,000,000 nnnu-
ally. The first necessity wns to meet the
question franicly by adcqueto appropriations ;
the second was to raise a committee to In
vestigate the bureau thoroughly , have tlio
list revised and strike oil unworthy pension
ers ; the third was to transfer the bureau to
the war department and take It out of tlio
domain of polities. Iloro were the i > ooplo
struggling under burdens that had so dis
tressed them that they wcro seeking now
alliances. Lot congress meet the matter
Mr. Peters of Kansas made an exhaustive
argument to sbow that the appropriation
carried by the bill was amply suftlcicnt.
Tlio democratic party was nlway- flooded
with tears in behalf of the sol
dier when it was out of power , but
when it was In power It was quite n different
thing. The democratic party was endeavor
ing to embrace the farmers' alliance move
ment. IIo conceded that the republican party
In Kansas had run against this movement nnil
received n black eyo. Unt the time was com
ing when n cyclone would strike the demo
cratic states. The republican party would
revive because "truth crushed to earth will
rise again. " Ho wanted the Klfty-sccond
congress to pass the sub-treasury bill , the
frco coinage bill and the service pension bill ,
and unless his democratic friends would do
all that tliov would find that thuwave , of the
farmers' alliance would wipe them froin the
face of tbo earth.
In concluding the debate Mr. Morrow of
California agreed that the'amount carried by
the bill wns nil , if n'ot moro than all ; that
would bo required by the pension bureau
during the coming year.
On motion of Mr. Dockery an amendment
was adopted providing that no agent or at
torney shall demand , receive or bo allowed
any compensation on a claim for an Increase
of pension on account of increase of disabil
ity. It is estimated that this will save
? Ti,000,000 to pensioners within the next three
Mr. Springer offered an amendment In
creasing to $150,000OtX , ) the appropriation.
There was no excuse , ho said , for n republi
can house to make nn inado.iuato appropria
tion and throw the deficiency on a democratic
After further debate the committee rose ,
the bill was passed and the house adjourned.
" \VASIIIXOTOX , Doc. 5. In the senate today
Mr. Stanford Introduced a bill to provide the
government with means sufficient to supply
the national want ot n sound circulating me
dium , and asked that it Ho on the table.
A bill providing for certain bridges across
the Missouri , Mississippi and Illinois rivers
was taken from the calendar and discussed ,
but wont over without action.
The election bill was then , at 1 iSO , taken
up , nnd Mr. Gray addressed the senate In op
position to it. Mr. Gray said the bill was
fraught with the greatest danger to the
future prosperity of the whole country ; that
it menaced the liberties ot the people of all
the states. Speaking of tbo southern states.
Mr. Gray referred to the improvement of
affairs thoru since the reconstruction period
and asked why should they bo In-
terferred with. Ho particularly attacked the
domiciliary clause providing Hint supervision
may inaku'n house-to-houso visitation to In
quire the politics , names , untioimlltv " , eto.
Mr. Spoonor interrupted him to" say that
the domiciling clause had been stricken out
by the committee. .
Mr. Gray replied that It was in the bill as
Mr. Hoar explained that it was In by mis
After considerable desultory discussion
Mr. Gorman moved to Imvo tlio bill reprinted.
No action was taken and Mr Gray retained
Mr. Morgan offornd n resolution , which
wont over , calling on the attorno.\ * general
for a statement of the names , roildeaco and
dates of tbo appointment ot chief supervisors
of election now in office in each Judicial dis
it A It It VXIHA'H KniilXG.
President llnrrlnnu Transmits thu
Corrrflpomlonco to the Iliuifln.
WASHINGTON , Deo. 5. The president today
transmitted to the house the correspondence
growing out of the killing of General Bar-
rundm by the Guatemala authorities , In his
first letter to Secretary Blalno , under date ot
August 20 , In regard to the killing , Miznor
alludes to his telegram to Captain Pitts , In
forming him that under tbo law of nations
Guatemala had a right to take from u neutral
ship la Guatemalan waters in time ot wai
any person for nny cause deemed nn offense
under international law. IIo further ln <
formed Captain Pitts that allegations had
been made to the legation that Barriindla
wns hostile to Guatemala. Guarantees" had
bocn made to him ( Mizncr ) that Harrundlu's
life should not bo In danger for the causes
charged. Ml/nor says that ho received n
telegram from Commander Itoltcr of the
United States ship Thetis , acknowledging
Guatemala's right over the steamer and
requesting Mlzucr to obtain permission from
the government to return Darrnndla to Moxlcc
In the Thetis. The minister of foreign rolfc
tions positively declined to accede to this re-
nuost. All thu circumstances nnd Itarruu-
diu's well known hostility to Guatemala und
attempted Invasion from Mexico , .Ml/net
suyu , decided his course , and ho accordingly ,
In response to u request for written , not tuUv
graphic orders , sent CapUilu Puts a lottci
advising him to submit to the arrest of bis
passenger. Tbo following duy Commando )
Ueltnr telegraphed Darrundla's death. Mlz <
nor says ho afterwards called on the inlnlstei
of foreign relations for an explanation of the
affair. In this Interview the uilnistci
stated with emphasis that Guato
mala had Riven positive orders to
take Barniiillmrotn , the Aciiptilco ,
oven to Inking' iha ship , notwithstanding
It might linvn- involved n conflict with our
two war vessel ? then In the harbor.
The correspmid'ejico ' closes with n letter
from Socrotnrjrlilaltio to ( Aligner , under date
of November 1 ? , hi which the secretary says !
"Tho more thnfiiipstlon U examined In the
light of imtxJpdtit facU , tnrdlly disclosed ,
Llio deeper becomes the regret tlmt you so
fnr exceeded ydur Icgltlinnto authority ns to
sign n paper which , in the bands of Guate
malans , became rthelr warrant for the cap
ture of IJarrundlnl 1 am awnrc , " says Mr.
Uhilne. "that after nil you merely advised
Captnlu Pitts of.UJs duty , but the captain did
not simply scpk.'advice. In Ids telegram
from Champcrlcp ho said ho was 'awaiting
your Instructions , 'lind ' expected nt San Jose
your written , orders. " There Is not the
slightest suggestion Hint Captnlu Pitts could
act otherwise than by your order and your
The secretary says : "Through MIzncr'sac
tion the nuvnl force of Iho United States hi
these waters became nn acquiescent specta
tor of events. A thorough merchant vessel
the United States wns then lying under the
muzzle of the guns manned by men who , ns
you state , you had every reason to believe
were prepared to revolttonny nctof violence ,
even as the minister of foreign relations has
sliico declared , to sinking the ship. I am not
disposed , " continued Mr. HUdne , "to pay
iiiuluo regard to these post-fncto thioat.H. To
Imvo sunDc the Acapulco with her freight of
Innocent llv-ps In execution of n purpose
for the accomplishment of which nothing
In valid excuses so far have been advanced
would have boon mi act of savage warfare ,
and I am instructed by the president to pay
that ho earnestly trusts the time will never
como wlien the courhO of events In Guate
mala or the declared purpojo of her rulers
constrain this government to insure the
safety of Its merchant vessels entering the
waters of Guatemala by stationing uaval
vessels along the coast nnd opposite the ports
of that country. "
Secretary Ulalno Informs Mizncr that If
Instead of accepting the lawless and turbu
lent condition of affairs as n ground of his
advice nnd consent to the surrender of Bar-
rundle ho had the basts of a suggestion of
Commander Roller to offer him hos
pitality on board n naval vessel
within or without the waters of Guatemala
and with or without the consent of bis gov
ernment , his action would have had the sanc
tion of a humane and recognized precedent.
On more than one occasion this government
has permitted Its legations and ships of war
to offer hospitality to political refugees. This
Is done from motives of humanity. Tlio gov
ernment's views would not have been less
pronounced if , In addition to tbo humane as
pect of tho. subject , It had also been confront
ed with the duty ot preventing the decks of
Its merchant vessels from being made the
theater of illegal violence upon groundless
nnd unlawful excuses nnd without even n
pretense of legal formality. "For your course ,
therefore. I can discover no justification.
You were promptly informed that your act
was regretted. I am now directed by the
president to inform jou thai it b disavowed.
The president is , moreover , of the opinion
that your usefulness in Central America is at
at an ond. "
Mi/nor is Instructed to turn over the lega
tion to Mr. Kimburly , ebargo d'affaires.
KT11ICA.I , VUI.TVHK HOV1KTIES.
Several Hrnnuhoa Make
Iteports at ttio Annual Mootltij ; .
Nuw YOHK , Dec r. . [ Special Teleram to
Tnr BKE. ] The .fourth annual convention of
the societies of otuiml culture of New York ,
Philadelphia , Chieaco , St. Louis and London ,
England , opened1 liiro this morning. This
year the convention will endeavor to devise
ways nnd means for [ the better education ol
the clergy in regard'to the objects which the
societies "of ethical culture have at heart.
Ilolza do Uoodo was'clectcd ' vice president oi
tbo Chicago dclegatton ; Mrs. H. J. .Williams
vice president ot tbo Philadelphia delegation ,
and James PausslgiV.lco president of the St.
Louis delegation. , .The report of tlio several
societies were read. 'Tlioreportof ' tlio Chicagr
society stated n incmborjhip of 180. They
have a working hoys' club which is flourish
ing and they also maintain Sunday meetings
and Sunday schools.r Many of the member ?
are ministers , who combine for mutual bcno-
lit , Tlio St. .Louii society's report was en
couraging , both as ( o finances and growth.
A Fcinalo Poisoner on Trial.
CHICAGO , Dee. C. The hearing of the cvl
deuce in the case of Mninio Starr , chargcc
with poisoning the Nowland family last sum
mer , was concluded this afternoon and arpu
meats begun. The girl herself went on tlit
stand this afternoon nnd told nn Incoherent
story. Afler she 'went to work for the New
lands she said she brooded over her previous
troubles nnd finally determined to comini1
suicide. For this purpose she bought nv
poison and put it in the corn she was cookhu
for supper , intending to oit It boredf
Then she became frightened and didn't knov
what she was doing. Supper was served am
then she fled from the houso. Oa cross
examination she admitted that she Intcii
tionally gave thu family the poisoned corn
but insisted that she only intended toputh
enough to malco them sick nnd that she In
tended to commit snlaido with the remainder
Her motive In poisoning the family Is i
mystery , as she had only been employed then
a few days and had no apparent grievance.
Couldn't Him Without the President
CHICAGO , 111. , Dec. 5. The mysterious ills
appearance of Millionaire B. II. Campbol
was the direct cause of tlio assignment thi :
evening of the Chicago safe and lock com
pany , ot which corporation the missing mai
was president , the principal stockholder am
creditor. The assets were scheduled at $700 ,
000 and the liabilities nt ? 000,0JO. ( The fae
lory was shut down and a double guard o
watchmen placed around it to guard agains
fires. The factory Is located in the Springe
building , which has been the scene rccentl ;
of many mysterious incendiary fires. As
slgneo Hurley said tbo assignment hud to bi
made because the business could not bo con
ducted without Campbell. IIo was the presi
dent and principal financial backer and nfte
his disappearance the funds to run the busl
ness were practically locked up. Ho did no
know exactly what condition the affairs o
the company wcro In.
and the NowHboyn.
Colonel Hoaglnnd mot n largo number o
newsboys nt thu board of trade rooms las
night ana had a very Interesting timo. Semi
of the boys took port In the exorcises of th <
evening. A show of hands developed tin
fact that seven of the number present havi
no father living and throe had no mother
Ono coy has $ .100 In a savings bank as the ro
suit of his earnings in selling papers on tin
streets ot Omaha , J ' .Micro will be anotho
meeting nt the samd place this afternoon. '
procession will bp formed and will marc !
about the principal streets of the city
Badges will bo dUlrlfciitcd among tbo boys
Colonel Ilouglanmwill occupy the pulpit ol
the First MulhodlHjU &usch tomorrow morn
lug in a talk about his work among thonaws
boys of the country1.1 "I
K Hoard of H view.
NKW Yonif , Docr5.i4-Tlio board of revlo\
of the National 't'rdttlng association toda
discussed the fambu'ft Nelson- Icryon cas
and this evening fei'botary Morse udmitte
that they had univJA at a decision agalns
Nelson. The lnttcr ° s statement , or route ;
slon , as the board WttTis It , will ha made put
He with the dcclsidU tomorrow.
In the case of s-JiiU. Brown of Wobsto
City , la. , and JohnL1Hopklns of the sam
place , against ColbjjuBtutiiors of Fort Dodgt
whom they charged with entering afoui
year-old colt lu a race for two-year-olds So *
tember 17 lost , the board decided that tb
colt was not eligible to start , mid ordere
that tlio first money It won should bo n
_ _ _
Kartliqiinko Shook * In Missouri.
KANSAS CITV , Mo. , Dec. 5. A special froi
Lockwood , Mo. , says : For several wcoh
past explosions have been heard and a fore
felt In this vicinity like heavy blusUm
They have boon growing louder iid mor
violent every day. This morning two dli
thict shocks of earthquake wcro felt. Late ;
a third nnd very violent shock was fell
Houses were shaken nnd the swaying c
dwellings brought the people out of thoi
bods. The whole population fled into tl |
streets for safety , The abode was nluru
Ingly severe , but no great damage was dom
Dr. Blrnoy euros oulurrli , l3oo bltl j
HAD NO GROUND FOR ACTION ,
A Dos Moincs Oollection Favored by the De
cision of a Fremont Jury.
THEY WILL JUBILATE AT GENOA ,
AlbionJs to Have n llnclni : Asuooln-
tlon Krciiiont'H Sheriff Gels a Uc-
wnrilVntepworks for Oak
land The Auburn Contest.
FitnstoN-T , Neb. , Dec. 5. [ Special to THE
nni-ThocaHoof ] II. W. Masters against
H. J. Leo , which has boon oa trial several
days In the district court of Dodge county ,
terminated today , the jury returning n ver
dict of "no ground for uctlon. " This case
has nttractcd a good deal of attention nnd
wns closely contested by the best legal talent
on both sldoi. II. J. Leo , the defendant , Is
n hardware ini-rehant who had an account
against Masters. From the testimony It ap
peared that Leo had some dlfllctilty In collectIng -
Ing what ho claimed was uuo him , resorting
to the use of n Dos Molnes collection ngcncy
to stir up the delinquent. Through this
transaction Musters was listed In a rating
hook of the agency In such a manner as to re
sult In a commercial damage to his character
nnd credit at a sum fixed by him nt ? : oK ( ) ( ) ,
tlio sum sued for , It was showd that the
entry In the crouit book was the following ,
after Masters' immo : "II. Musters , note
? l..r ! > 0 , unpaid. " The Jury after being out
several hours brought in a verdict as above
Wooiner'n Ijlght Klngcm.
FIIKMONT , Neb. , Dec. 0. | Special Telegram -
gram to Tin ; IlKE.l Sheriff Mullen this
nfternndn arrested "W. WVoomer on In
formation from Sheriff Qulncy of Saline
county , Kansas , and the prisoner Is now In
jail hero. Woomcr Is a young farmer who
lived flvo miles north of Fremont. Last
spring , shortly after returning from Penn
sylvania with n bride , ho suddenly and mys
teriously disappeared. For a time It was
thought that , as ho had taken some money
with him , ho hnd been foully dealt with. Ho
returned a few days ago , however , nnd U now
put under arrest for stealing on the night ol
November 19 , from Nathaniel Weaver nt
Now Cambria , Kan , , a gold watch , chnla and
bracelets nnd SIliT In cash. The watch ,
Jewelry and $120 of the money were found hi
Woomcr's possession. Ho acknowledged his
crime and waived requisition and will betaken
taken to Sallna for trial. While there ho
went under the nutno of John W. Moyer.
Sheriff Mallon gets 375 reward for the cap
It Flushed in the Pun.
Aunuitx , Neb. , Deo. 5. [ Special Telegram
to TUB DKB.J Iho election contest against
Church Howe wa'j commenced at Kcmalia
City yesterday and terminated today.
Hoover's oneru house wns crowded to suffo
cation by voters from every precinct in the
county nnd many could not gain admission.
Tbo charge was not sustained. Not n wit
ness named in the notice of contest was called
to testify , with the exception of a deaf nnd
dumb boy who did not understand tbo unturo
of an onth and lie was withdrawn by the
counsel for tlio contestant. J. E. ColToy of
licntrice appeared ns counsel for John Culp ,
tlio contestant , and .ludgo Hay ward of Ne
braska City and W , H. Kclllgar of Auburn
for Mr. Howe. After the co.ntest was closed
Mr. Howe addressed a mass meeting of thu
people and g.ivo details connected with this
contest heretofore unknown.
liners Tor Albion.
Auno.v , Neb. , Dec. 2. [ Special to THE
Ilr.K. ] A mooting was held In the court room
Wednesday evening for the purpose of organ
izing a driving association. A committee
was appointed to form a constitution and
by-laws to bo adopted ut the' next meeting
which will bo Monday evening , December 8 ,
wlicn tbo organisation will bo made perma
nent. The association will bo known as the
Albion Driving association. The object ot
the association is to li'ivo two days racing in
Juno mid U ) offer large purses so as to got
some fast horses tp compote for thu pre
miums. At the Boone county fair meeting
the purses are so small that It Is no encour
agement for those who have good horses to
attend consequently the speed department Is
a failure ,
District Court at I'roinont.
FHEMOXT , Neb , , Dec. 5. ( Special to Tun
BKK.1 In the district court today the case ol
the state of Nebraska against Dick Ilerilleru
was dismissed. Heriliere was charged with
having comiplttcd rape upon a young girl nt
Hooper , tbo daughter of a farmer for whom
be was Husking corn , the girl helping Hori-
Hers In the Hold. When the case of the state
against Pnt Long wns called the defendant
failed to appear , and his bond of ? iX ( ) wns de
clared forfeited. C. J. McCarthy was bonds
man. Long was accused of having stolen
property of sufllclont value as to bo a peni
tentiary offense ,
Gnyton ItonuhcB Kearney.
KntKNir , Neb. , Dec. 5. [ Special Tele
gram to THE DIE. : ] Miss Xoo Clayton ,
actress and pedestrian of Now York city ,
arrived hero today on foot from San Fran
cisco. She Is sixteen days ahead of time nnd
stopped for a rest during the day und will
start for Omaha in the morning , following
the Union Pacific. She Is accompanied by
her.favorito spaniel and two escorts. The
party average thirty miles n day now with
case nnd each person is in splendid physical
condition. Miss Gay ton speaks in compli
mentary terms of tbo kind treatment re
ceived cnrouto. _
TKCUMSEII , JSeb. , Dec. 5 , [ Special Telegram -
gram to TUB Bui : . I The citizens of this town
in response to the mayor's request collected
nnd sent about $503 worth of goods and mer
chandise for the benefit of the suffering people
ple In the western part of the state , The
goods consisted of clothing , flour nnd grocer
ies. About $100 in cash was donated fet
groceries and provisions.
FULI.EIITOX , Nob. , Deo. 5. [ Special Tele
gram to THE BcE.l A largo delegation of In
dependents nnd alliance men , headed by W.
F. Critehfleld nnd J. W. Tanner , loft Fullerton -
ton this evening on route to Columbus to
meet Hon. O. M. Kom and accompany him
to Genoa , whore a grand jubilee will bu held
Kefnsea to bo Fired.
NKIIRAHKCITV , Neb. , Doc. 5. [ Special
to Tin : BKE. ] Trouble of longstanding has
again broken out in the Nebraska City public
schocls nndStiporiutcdont Ostrom suspondci' '
Prof. Suhletto for disobeying orders , but th <
latter TO fuses to bo "fired" nnd the sehoo
board will bo called upon to settle the matter
IiiNann on Hcllglon ,
NOIITII Dux i ) , Nob. , Dec. fl. [ Special Tele
gram to THE UKE.J William Hensol , an oh
Gorman , became Insane upon the subject o
religion yesterday and lust night came neni
killing his wife. "Ho was taken to Freinoni
today by the officer. * ) , whore ho will bo ex
umhicd and cared for by proper ofllccrs.
Oakland Cots Waterworks.
OAKLAND , Nob. , Doe. 5. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB BKK.J At a special elcctloi
hold hero today for the purpose of vothif
bonds to build a system of waterworks tin
bonds carried by a largo majority und worl
will be commenced immediately.
C. J , llllworth'H Successor.
Ltxcoi.x , Nob. , Dec. 5. [ Special to Tin
Bnt : . ] The governor has appointed Colone
II. E. Palmer of Plattsmouth a member o
the visiting und exuiuing board of the sol
dlers' homo at Grand Island , In place of C. J
Dllworth , resigned.
Uovnrnor Tliayor Protests.
LIXCOLX , Neb , , Deo. 5. Governor Tbayci
wns much annoyed to learn that an appea
for aid hud been made to the drougth suffer
ers In Western Nebraska Ho authorizes th (
nlnlomcnt that llio people of Nebraska are
amply nblo to rnt-6 for all thu distress In the
Rtnto. Nebraska has seventy comities with
surplus agricultural products nnd dislikes to
tolerate nny outside begging in her name.
Pawnee DOOM Her Hlmrc.
PAWNKKUnr , Neb. , Dec. 5.- [ Special Telegram -
gram to Tnr. UKE. | Captain Humphrey col
tectcd today In lass than two hours over SfiOO
for western suffcrer.i , nnd H not done you
Ho deserves great credit for his disinterested
Dr. Blrnoy euros catarrh , Jloo bldjj.
rjinsttx.ti , i'.iit.un.iriis ,
T. L. Hall of Burwell Is at the Casey.
Eil. Droyfus of Boston li nt the Mtllurd.
N. L. llayden of New York Is at the Mur
T. W. Johnson of Sutton U at tbo Mer
K. V. Slninis of Chicago \vn-s at the Murray
lust night ,
C. II. 1'errlgo of Fremont was nt the Casey
K. A. Smith of Dos Moincs Is It the city , at
F. M. Starkweather of Minneapolis Is at
L. F. Uoodala of St. Joseph Is In the cltynt
II. F. McAdou of Kansas City Is reglsteroJ
at the Mllhird.
(5. ( 1C. Smith of St. Louis was nt the Millard -
lard last night.
W. W. Mi-aun of Auburn Is In the city , at
H. H. Clongii ot Sioux City , In. , Is In the
city , nt the Casey ,
Frank ClmfTeo of Lincoln was at the Mer
chants last night.
George McCormlck ol St. Paul is In the
city , nt the Paxton.
J. 13. Worth of Ohlcitgo Is In the city , reg
istered at tlio Murray.
15.13. Fletcher of Indianapolis , Ind , , Is in
tbo city , nt the Millard.
W. F. McHalu of Grand Hapids , Mich.wus
nt the Pnjctoii hist night.
L.V. . Jamison of St. Louis was In the city
hut night , at the Merchants.
Iru Johnson and family of Kearney are at ,
the Paxton , on their return from the cast.
NpbrnBku People Alirnnit.
ST. JosEi'ii , Mo. Dec. fi. II. Hoscnstock of
Omaha Is at the Union Depot hotel.
CIIICACIO , Dec. ! > . John \V. Procter nnd
wife of Omaha are at the Grand Pacific.
ST. Loirs , Mo. , Dec. fi. W. W. Lowe of
Omaha is at the Southern. AV. A. Bnrtloy of
Omaha Is at the Luclcdc.
HKI > OAK , In. , Doe , 5. Ansoti D. Northrup
of Omaha and Miss Nellie Draper of this city
were married hero last nljjnt.
A .77 US KM I'.XTH.
"U. S. Mail " of
, a farce-comedy a high
order , was presented to a largo audience last
night at the Grand. As announced In the
bills , it is nn amiable satire on the postofllco
servicn , and it is intensely funny from begin
ning to end. The coin panr Is n very strong
one , so much so that it would seem Invidious
to single out any particular member as being
more worthy of praise than the rest. The
piece Is Interspersed with some very catchy
songs , and the dances wcro both original in
style and exceedingly grotesque.
Sale nf Kentucky Morses.
LCXIXOTON , Ky. , Dec. 5 , At the horse sale
today of the property of J. K. McGibbcn it
Co. , thirty-flvo head , exclusive of non-cata
logued horses , brought SI"S40. Palestine ,
by Powhatan , after spirited bidding wns
finally sold to Bvron McClelland for$13M)0 ) ;
Sportsman , by Warwick , J. 1C. Mcgibbcn ,
Cynthiann , $3,000 ; W. G. Morris , by Spring
bok. .7. K. Megihben , $2,21)0 ) ; Vullcra. by
Springbok , Scmirgins Brothers , Louisville ,
So.C.'O ; Blrdcllu M. , by Springbok , Scrogiins
Brothers , $3,001) ) ; Julia May , by Springbok ,
William Tun , 2,3.-jO.
National Capital Notes.
WASHINGTONDec. . 5. The republican
senatorial caucus comrnlttco wai today In
session for some time considering the subject
of the cioturo rule. In view of the fact that
no obstructive purpose has yet been shown
by the minority the committee took no action.
Henrusentntivo Hansbrough of North - Dakota
kota introduced a bill , providing for tlio dis
armament of the Indians and making it a
punishable offense for a person to sell arms or
ammunition to them.
Injured in n i Klovntor fall.
ST. Louis , Dsc. 5. The cable attached
to the freight elevator In Davis" wholesale
dry goods house broke this afternoon and the
elevator with five employes In It foil from the
fifth floor to thu bottom. All of the men
wcro Injured seriously and ono may die.
Strike ol'SciuiKMi and Firemen.
Loxnox , Dee. B. Tlio union soainen and
firemen on the vessels of the Shawos com
pany , the British India steam navigation
company and the New Xcftlnnd shipping com
pany struck today.
llio Cz r Opptxi H ( inmbllng.
Lxxnox-Dec. f > . It is reported that the
czar has forbidden his subjects to enter
Moiinca on account of ruin brought to many
wealthy Kussian families through the gaining
lo ! Intiin dated.
IJuiiMS , Dec. 4 , ( Special Cablegram to
THE Br.n. ] Mr. Walsh , chairman of the
Klldysart union and n staunch supporter of
Mr. Parncll. has been arrested on the charge
Otllulal Vote of Wisconsin.
MADISON , Wis. , Dee. 5. The official count
of Wisconsin shows that Peek ( dcm. ) for
governor received IDO ISS , Heard ( rep. )
1:13,0113 : , Alexander ( pro. ) 1 1,2-111 , und May
( labor ) 5-HT.
Cork Knotorles Idle.
Lisnox , Doe. 5. The cork factories In Al-
gnrvo are Idlo. Slncitho now tariff law wcit :
into effect in the United Slates the exports of
manufactured cork to that country have
Crow of Tlirca Drowned.
SVSTA n VIUIAIIA , Cnla. , Dec. fi. The steam
schooner Undlno was wrecked in tbo chan
nel last night and her crew of three men
Gold at $2.10.
Bunxos AVIIES , Dec. fl.-- [ Special Telegram
toTiir. HKE.J Gold today was quoted at fr.l. 10
If you liavo made up your mind to l-ny
Hood's Sarsaparllla do nut bo Induced to t.iUo
an ) oilier A llostun lady , whoso example U
worthy Imitation , lolls lier experience I/clow :
"In one More wliero I went to buy Hood's
R.irsaparllla tlio ck'ik tried to Iniluru tno buy
Iliolr own Instead ot Hood's ; ho told mo tliclr'j
would last longer ; that I might take It on ten
days' trial ; that If [ did lint like It I need not
pay anythlni ; , etc. lint ho couM not I > ICYI : | |
on ino to chunifi. ; I told him I hnd taken
Hood's Sarsaparllla , knew \\hat It was , was
satisfied with It , and did not want nny other.
When I began taking Hood's riarsaparllla
I was fi'clini ; real miserable with dys | > i' | > nii : ,
and so weak that ut times I could hardly
etnnd. I looked like a person In consump
tion. Hood's Sarsaparllla did mo go much
good that I wonder at myself tomctlmcs ,
and my f rlciuH frequently speak ot It. " Mas.
ELLA A. Cow , Ol Terrace Street , Iloston.
. S\i\ilorfi. \ ; \
1 > j U. I. HOOD A CO. , Apotliccarlci , Lowell , lUsi ,
too Doses Ono Dollar
llmv Chloroform Kllln.
Dr. Horatio Wood Miowa by clmrts
nnd the rcHtiltH of oxpurlniiMitH tlmt , cenT
trnry to the Honorul liollof , chloroform
kills by paruljv.lnir the rosplrntlon ns
well ns the heart , mid that ether Idllu by
] mraly.lHK llio henrt before rosplrathm
iiiis uoiiHuil , IIo I'ojrnnlH nitron * oxldu
no tlio safest anustliolii ! , only nnudoalh
Imvlinjocourroil out of fiOOOOtidiiilnlAtrn < \
tloiin. Ether is probably safer than /
chloroform In the ratio of ono tothreor
or ono to ilvo , and tlio host method of
lulininlstorltitf it Is to IIHO Iho inlialoi *
inado ot cloth strolched norosw the \viro
friiino , which la HWToumloil by rubber 01-
Icnthor. 1'lonty of fresh air HhotiUI bu
mlxotl with the othor. Chloroform Is
probnbly moro fatal on nccomit of Its
Kroator pnoi'lllo gravity. It llos In the
luiifjn ana mlxo.s slowly wltli the air ,
complololy iiolHoitlnjr the uorvo conlora
before oxvyon cnn ( jnln ml mission to thu
blood. It Is loss ihiiifjorons In hni
uliintilo ! ) , where it. is moro rondily
volati/cd. Kthor is mom volatile and ,
thorcforo , loss
Itovcrnlun of I'lnnllsli 1'stntoH.
Tlio tottil Hiun thtit ainiuully reverts
in ICnejlniul to the crown by reason of
the owaorn dyinjj IntoHtat'o without
Ittiown heirs , illoyltlmnov , lapsi-d lofja-
clos , etc. , is about .ClOO.OOO. The o.xnct
llciiro for the year 18SU WIIH cn.s,7oO , as
stntod by tlio troamiry Holicilor la the
return iii'osontcd to parliaiiiniit hint HOM-
Hion. Of tlio balances In hand n portion
is from llmo to time handed over to the
exchequer on account of "orowji'a Hliaro
of OHtatiiS , " and a part for grants to suc
Diphtheria at Albert Imn.
Ai.nr.uT Ln.Minn. . , Dee. -Diphtheria , l.i
prcvnllhiR tO' n nliirinlnt ; extent hi the
Houthorn part of the county and u number of
deaths have occurred.
At n ineoUnj , ' of the I-hiHtoror ? union
last iiiRht John W. llrcou was olcuted
as n dolofrnto to the national convotion ,
which moots hi Boston during the llr.st
week of January'next ,
Has 111 own peculiar mal.iily ; but with Uio
blood innlnl.ihiuil In a state of uniform vlRor
and purity , by tlio use of Ayer's Sarsiiparllb.
thu uystuin ieadllya < liU ; ] ) Itself lo dialled
conditions. Coiniosed | of lliu bestnlteir.tlved
nnd tonics , nnd bulni ; highly eonrpiitiatcd.
Ayei's Saisaparllla Is the most ufluctlvo nnd
economical of all Mood medicines.
"l'"orsoino years , at the return of spring.
1 hnd serious trouble with my kidneys. I
wns unable to sleep nights , nnd sulU'icd
gieatly with pnlns In the Mnall of my bads.
I was also nlllluted with headache , loss of
appetite , ami huliKt'stlon. Thcso syinptiims
were miieh worse last spring , i-sperlatly the
trouble with my back. A friend poisuadcd
mo to use Ayer's Sarsaparllla. 1 tieian
talcing It , ami my troubles all disapiioared. "
Mrs. Cciii'via llelangcr , 21 llrldgc 3t. .
Kprlnglleld , Mass.
I'ltKl'AIU'.l ) 1IY
DR. J. C. AVER & CO , Lowell , MIXSB.
iiKlslii. fl.nUfi Wurth $ jil > iyt'e
Physicians , Surgeons anil Specialists.
14O9 DOUGlA AS 9THE 1ST
The moat widely mm favorably Unon i-poo-
lollstsln the Uhltoil SrattM. Tliulr loni ; ox-
porluiico , KunsirkablDfiklll ami imtvors.U suc
cess In the trimtinont und unroof Nervous ,
l.'lironlonnd Surcloal ni.soa.SHs. out ! tin those )
cmlnant physicians to the full cnnfliloncu ot
tlio afillcinu every when * . They cuarnntno :
A GKUTA1.N ANI ) POSIT I VK OIJUB for
thu awful plYccta of o.irly vlco and the numer
ous ovlls that follow In its train ,
I'HIVATK. 111,001) ANI ) SKIN DISEASES
speocillT.ooiiiplotoly nnd poriiiiincntly inirod.
NKKv-OUB I > KIIIUTV ANI > HKXUAh 1)IH-
UUU1CHS yield romllly to tholr skillful treat-
. KISTIII.A AND UEOTAL UI.OBI13
gmiriiiittied cured without -ialn or detention
IIVintOOELE ANI ) VAUlCOdELK porma-
nc'iitlyunii ucccssfullv unred In every cnso.
8VIMULIS. aONOKItllBA. ai.EET/Hpor-
nmtorrhea , Serr.lnul Wunkueis , lx t Miuihooil ,
fjlKht Emissions , Doc.iyud KacultlOB , Komiilo
Weakness and nil dolluuto dliorclerH peculiar
toclthor BOX positively cured , us xvoll nn nil
functional disorder1 ! tfint result from youth-
fill folllp < j or thnuxcess of mutiirn year > .
SI Rlf I II Rl * Ou-iRintfud pflrmunontly
. . . . cutD'1- removal couiplulo ,
wlfhoutautt ng. ciiiMttonr dilatation. Ouro ?
ITf otrd nt homo hy ii.itlcnt without a mu-
incut uiim or ammvnnut ) .
TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MfcM.
A SURF niRlJTho nvrful "foeU of
t\ . OUILjJll \ , Ciu.y | VC1) | vfhiuh hringa
nrcanlc weakness , dnitroylux both Inlnd anil
with nil Us druuleil ills , noruiitnonty
AiWrc9 these who luivolm-
RS RFTTS -
o. OL , 1 10 parcel tlioinaulvnH by fin-
iroporintlu K nee nnd solitary Inbltn. whloh
ruin both r.i Ind nnd hody , unfitting thoul for
btifllncm. ntuilv nr nmrrliiuft
MAKKIKU MKN or MIIHH ontorlni ; on tint
nappy llfo , awaroof physical debility , quickly
Is based upon f.-uai. Klrst-l'ruotlnul expert-
> nc . tfocond-Kv ry case Unpoclally studied ,
tlmn tartliiu rlRht. Third Medicines nro
proimreil In our laboratory oxuotly to suit
eichoaio , thus rfTcothiKciireJ irlthout Injury.
Drs. Betts & Betts ,
t1C9 DOUGLA2 STREET. - - OMAHA. NFR.
U known ! It you have Kvll Urramg
nn > IiiiiiuU'iit , full uf I'Vurx , rmliivi'lniiiMl or
Mliinti'd , Victim of JIxrosKor ( 'iininnloiii IJM- |
rnnc , you cnn cieiiiie nil cvmir'jiirnrr * liy uur
ircliiili't nail fiuicrmful ) lit/iml > fur Home.
. . . .I- . . , . . . , ,
V/31.L FIND YOU OUT !
V - " ( , | | ) ( , , j ( | | t ) , mly
linn ovrr Invented HIM ! | U > | IN | HID clot hci with
out plus it ] ] i > rfi > i't Micffi.ii tmtuiit immtly
Issued ; Mild duly ly uci'iits l < > uhniii the i'\-
cluslvu rlisht N Kl vi > n , Oiiri-ccliitof MccnlH wo
will niwl u stiiiiplo Hun liy iniillj also clren-
Inrs ; prlcn list nnd lerim to iwcnt. Secure
your torrltorv lit once. . Artdre-n Till. I'IN-
iiss : cumins MMoo. : . IT nornum \ , ,
RQb sprained limbo
with Pond's Extract.
A POSITIVE andpornnnontCUREIor all
dl oaitcllhe\JRINARY ; \ ORGANS. Cure *
whcrooth rtrcatmontlili .FulT < lirtctiansMllhoach
l1.- ' ! I1' ] " ' * , one dolltr. Se slQintureol E. U
SfAHL For Halo Uy All DrugKlBt * .
Dli. GIUJOIC ,
EYE AND EAR ,
Rsrior Illiiek , llllinnJ 1'jriiiiu.
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