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O.MA1TA DAILY IHUK : TrKSDAV , MAHCTI 10 , 1891 ,
SCClilHIAS WAS VER\ SMOOTH
Ho Robbed His Landlady anil Hoodwinked
the Vigilant Coppers.
HIS NERVE WAS SIMPLY MAGNIFICENT ,
I IsVbiitska Iiiintlirrmi'ii Meet lieu ;
Toilitj An ITiilViftiinnto ( Jlrl
to tlu > rootI'arm
Trouble lint mnrkal Mrt. ( ' . Poll man , \vlio
looiilM m | . : i Dod 'u street , for It * own.
One woi'Jt n-o InstSiitiirdiiy vvl.llu wnlUlni ;
up 1 loJfto stri'ut , slio foil tliroiih ) u delcctlvo
tldovMill- and broke nur leg.
Tlilt , turnover , I ? not all at her trouble.
Shu tins boon vletlml/od.
Two yo.iM uj-o n oiiii-f Rontloinnnlvliit -
the iwtni'ot Siif-ornmn nrilvoil li tno eltv ,
niul ( or iv fnvv weeks roomed at Mrs. Toll-
man's llo roproscntuil that hu win u
wlno moivlmiit from CJeinmny nml Unit lie
Ail'vvoiiltliy. . Tor a stunt tlino lie UMiminc'd
hi tin1 fit j ami lliiui-.mldiMilv loft , to allow
ui > ii.iln ( list \\vclc. llo liniiietirutoly. unon
lils arrival , went to the residence of Mrs.
rniin.iM and at ouco iimtlct tiiinself at home.
The nthcr roomers thoimlit ho WIM a rascal ,
but tliov Ki'pt. thulr susnli'loiis to themselves
Sliurtiy after the ludy of the hon-.ii broUo
IHT li'n a valn.tblo diamond linueletvus
missed , but ns no person WHS accused of tbo
tin-it , but little-excitement vas i-rciitcd In the
Lint Tlwrsiliiv nlf-lit a purse roiitnliilti $ . * iO
HH stulen fioin the bureau of Mrs. Kell
nmn'i room. Krlilav the police \vero noti-
lluil , anil thu olnof t > ml tvvoiletectivin vlsltitl
the scene and helped Superman plan aseheme
to I'litniji the liohl robber , us it win a settled
fuel that ho was seine Inmate of the house
The ne\l inornlni ; Siigurnmu luformeil
Mrs I'Vlhiniu that ho hud scvureil a position
In the stum of .lames Morton & Sons. She
was Kind to hear of Ills ( 'ood foituno mid also
Kind to hear that huv.w to leinaln In the
NIlit | oatne , but the \vlne merchant did not
come with It , anil upon an Investigation It
was le.irned Unit ho ImU never received any
promise of a position. It was also founit
that ho bad tried to pawn tbo liracelut at one
of the Tenth stioet .shops , hut not bolnjj
successful inui Jumped the town.
The hidy ileeplv tetrots horlossiiiidnlsoro-
prot.s tn Know that the polio ) allowed tbo
tbiel to slip uvvayvbuu they hud blni rt ht
in their h mils.
M- ; lilt ASK A'H l/tmill'UMKN.
Tliey Mill Mi-ot In An mini Conven
tion in Onuiba Today.
The Nebraska State Lumbermen's asso
ciation will meet la annual session at the
board of tr.ulo rooms at 10 n in. today.
About one hundred delegates sire expected to
be m attendance.
Tim session will probably last one uay
only , as there Is very llttlo business to ti.in-
The piesent ofllcois of the association are
I-oran ( . 'lark of Albion , president ; ,1. II. Hell
of Aurora , vice president ; W. C. Similor-
landof Oninh.i , necrotniy.
It has not yet hemi decided whether any
entertainment will bo provided for the dele-
Kates , but it Is altogether likely they will bo
left to amuse themselves ,
Vernii n % nnrj's Alarming
Under I'cunlliir Cii c
Attl o'clock yesterday inonilng Suporlnton-
dent Mnhonej of the county poor farm , was
awakened by three young men , ono of wtuni
Bald that they had a young Udy in n hack at
the door , and an order fiom Dr. Keogh , the
county physician , that she bo admitted to the
l > oor hoiibe hospital.
Ulancing at tbo order of admittance am
finding it all right , the snpeiintomlenl toh
tbojoung men to bring in the young wonnii
The ) did so , and after a brief coiivorsulioi
Tlio young woman was delirious , and upoi
being CMinuneil by the hospital physii mi
was lound to bo In a very serious condition
hbe was the victim of an unlawful surgiea
A Kiciii'h girl , Verna Denny , tvventy-tuo
years old. from 'JlONoitli Seventeenth street
so the ticket of admission said , the daughte
of Isabella Hoover of 'J0t ; North , liryant uve
niiii , Minneaiiolls , Minn.
No. Sit ) North Seventeenth stioet was
found to bo one of a quite attractive raw o
three brick llat.s. with a sign "Furmshei
IJooms to Kent" at the fi out window.
A ring at the door bell was responded to l > j
n woman who stated that the lady of th
liouso w is 111 and couhl not bo seen.
A gentleman at the house however sail
"I know nothing about the joung woman e\
copt that she cntno hero eight or ten day
ngo sick and wo hno been sittin ,
un with her until wo mo al
nfl of us worn out Saturday , or yesterday
v\o saw she was potting worse , or at least
that v-o couldn't stand it to care for her
longer , and vvo got an order from the county
physician to talco her to tbo poor farm.
They were going to send tbo poor
farm wagon for her , but seine
of us thought that would bo too
rough and wo decided to hue a cab and take
her there c-oiufoitalily. This morning about
a liO .sho sprang through ono of the low er
Btory windows and dashed over toward the
I'ahieo llveiy stable. \ \ o eauelit her , bunight
her back ami took her out to tbo hospital "
" \ \ here did she conw from'1'
"Well , that seems to bo something of a
"Knmi a respectable quarter of tbocitv'1
"Fact Is that I hear she came from N'uitli
tieet hut 1 know she represented to us that
the waa perfectly respoct.ililo.1
As the questioner was leaving tne house o
Tins stopped by a lady in black , who voluu-
tceied the Inhumation that slio kept tlio
house , and that the sick girl was a young
widow and came from somewhere on Twen
ty thlnl street. When she applied to her
slio said she wanted a cheap
room. and that she was looking
lor worlc. She said tbo htca
that the sick girl came from tbo lower pint
of thecity was n great mistake
" \Vas there any opeiatiuuprefoimedon the
girl In this housol"
"No , sir , none whatever , although she had
evidently had so'iio severe physical misfor
tune Just prior to her coining hero.
The county physician bad nothing to do
vith the case except to look at her , once l be
lieve , and give the order for her removal. "
The patient U very low a.id cannot , re
Do Witt's Llttlo Karly Kisors : only pill to
cure sick headache and regulate tbo bowels.
liilnrod and Xcgh-eteil.
Phillip Mi C ! ee , seventy-six years of age ,
fell on tlio sidewalk at the corner of Jackson
nml Tenth streets and fractured his hip
bone. Ho was taken to the police station
about * o'clock , soon after the accident , but
the. officers at the station could get no surgi
cal assistance for the sutTcior until nbnost U
o'clot k They tek-plioned repeatedly for thu
city pli.vslci.iii , who was out of the city , mm
to one or two others , wbo furnished cyuusns
of various kinds and refused to go to tno relief
of the old man. *
Them was a great deal of Indignation ex
pressed by the city jail otllcmls on account ot
this neulect. The old man Is a poor laborer
mid 1ms lived In Omaha-for ten years.
The soft glow of the tea rose Is acquired
by Indies who usePorzonl'sComplexion 1'ovv-
der. Try it.
Has Plenty of IMans.
The members of the boarJ of education
spent most of yesterday afternoon in looking
over plans for the new slxteen-room building
to DO erected on the Paul school site. Some
one of the plans will bo nccepteu nt the regu
lar meeting to bo held next Monday night.
Some mouths ago the members of the boiird
feared that they would bo unable to secure
plans from the arctiitcctH without Jlrst offerIng -
Ing a bonus , but tbcyjiovv Hud themselves
. deluged \\lth blue prints , as many as four-
f-f teen architects having come into the fleld for
No griping , no nausea , no pam vvkmiDa
Witt's Llttlo Early HUers are takeu , Saul
1)111. ) Safe ulll. UestpIlL
rni : riitttt3 or.vi.ir or
Sonic Doubt nu In Mow Tarllio
ili'iu'rt Powi'i' r.\l % iuli.
WVMIIM.TIIN lit unr TUB UUK , )
fil.l l-'m IITKKSTII MrilKKT , V
\V\-MIIIOTOV , n I' , March 0. J
It was Mimed for a while toiluv tlmt an
obstuclo bad boon diacovert'il which would
irecludo the possibility of lining lhe > supreme
ourt , hind court nnd various other offices
cronted during tbo last hours of cangtwt
mill the senate meotn next December. It
nny bo that the barrier \ \ 111 he so rerarded
) y Picsldent Harrison as to prevent his tili
ng n largo number of ofllces till tbo seunto is
icadv for action upon tbo nominations See-
tlou 1M1 of thi' rovNcd statute provides that
ID salary shall be drawn from ofllces tilled
luring the vncat .n of congress if theio
existed a vacnnc ) In them during a session of
.ho senate A provision of the constitution
if till- United btatos gives the president an-
borily , however , to commission ofllci-rs
whllo thu senate Is not tn session and to HU
vacancies which "may happen" during a ses
sion of the si'iiute , but whleb for nny reason
have been tilled during that session
Two or tlueocais ago Solicitor lionoral
lohn Jenks rendered an elaborate opinion , nt
lhu UMiut'it of President Clovi-land , In which
lie construed the teims "inav happen" In the
constitution mid "existing" In sci thm ITtH of
the revised statutes a.s being interviiiinucn-
ble , co-ordlnato and synoiilmous , and de
clared that the president had the power ,
under the circumstances , tn commission ofll-
cers to till vacancies which i-xisted during a
session of the senate , b.it wiilch were not
tilled at the lima tbo senate adjourn ed
It was evidently the intention of coneress
in creating section \ ( > 1 of the revised stat
utes to annul the power of the president to
appoint during tbo iceess of the senate to
vacancies wtilih existed while the senate was
In session , by providing th it no salary should
bo drawn by ofllcers requiring continua
tion nl the hands of the senate till the lat
ter bony had continued the nomination It is
believed that the supreme court would
niiiiuestiomibly deculo tlmt a constitution
giving the president power to commission
dining u recess of thu semite officers whose
nominations must bo continued bv the senate
intended that the oftlccrs should draw their
salaries ilurimt the time their nominations
were not con ll lined by the senate , as It was
never contemplated by the constitution that
ofllciTs ti'idor tlio government should uc t in
any capacity without compensation unless It
was stinulatod lu tbo law creating the ofllces
On tlio other band , tlmm Is umioubtedlv am
ple excuse for the president to refuse to till
any of thojudlel.il olllces lecontly eieated bv
congress at niluntil the senate convenes next
December , and If he Is disinclined to till these
ofllces during the nine months he can refrain
from tilling them and no one can blame
There were quite a number of oflices other
than judicial neat oil during tbo last hours of
rongu'ss , mining them a fourth assistant post1
master general and .1 commissioner or super
intendent of immigration and various olllces
to act in connection with Indian and laud
transfers whoso nominations must all lie con-
lirmcd uy the senate. Pi inn S. He tin.
What flouring ; HIMIHCHonoris Show
for Ihe Volume ol' Trade.
' Mass. March 0 Telegram
TlosiDX' , , --Special [
gram to Tnr Hrr.Tho | following table-com
piled from dispitehos fiom the managers of
thocleaiing houses of thocities named , shows
the gross exchanges for last week , with latos
per cent of Increase or decrease , as against the
similar amounts for the corresponding week
in 1S90 :
A Cruel .ladgo sajs she Jlnsl Appear
In I iglits.
Nr.vv YOHK , March -LSpocIal Telegram
toTui : Hr.u.l-Lillian llussell must play tor
Manager Duff aud must play In tieliLs. .liidgo
Freedman of the superior court toOnv decided
against Lillian in the suit brought bv her
former manager , .lohn C. Dilfl , to reco.xr
dainiigcsanil for an injunction to restrain her
troni appearing with nny other nniiauer dur
ing her contract wltn him. "During tbo
of the ' ' Mate ' "
production optra 'Queen's ,
says the .ludce , "she was consulted by the
plaintiff in regard to it nnd iutormod that it
would bo necessary for her to wear tights ,
and she agreed that she would ippeur. "
In Soaro'i ol'a Put her.
NEW ' \ OIIK , March 'J. ' [ Special Telegram
to Tnr finr. i .Tustlco Patrick Ciavin Dully
Is a bachelor. I In took an afternoon olt yes-
terd.iv and made a call on Judfo Imgro at the
Douglas. U ben he came out of the house ,
aivoinpanieii b.v Judge Dugro , ho nearly
steptied on a bundle wrapped up in a nows-
paner. He picked it up by one end mid then
reversed It quickly because the lower end
squalled lie ojioned tlio paper ami .1 three-
months-old baby \viUi blue eyes looked at his
inustacbo and smiled. The baby wore a
white slip and gray tlannel Jacket ,
.lustico Duffy dlil not want thu baby nnd
ho turned It over to the janitor.
I In- Pulpit for
Xu\v Yonit , March -Special ' [ Telegram
to Tnr Br.K. I The member * of the Leo ave
nue Congregational church in Brooklyn wore
astonished last night when the putor of the
church , Kov. Henry A. Powell. D.I ) , an
nounced that ho was about to resign from tlio
ministry and tnko up the profi-bsion of law.
Her three years or moro. tie sulu , bo hud felt
that there were many things connected w lib
the work of a minister which were not at all
pleasant and bo bad resolved to adopt the
let'iil profession as better suited to his taste.
Smith Clofted Provident
Xiw : YOHK , March 0. Mlltou H Smith ,
vice-president of the Louisville & Nashville
road , was today elected president with oftlce
Sontent'od to lloKlmt.
ST. Loris , Mo. , March 0. Sum Lo an has
leeH ) sentenced to bo shot to death ut Clio-
Kotuh , 1. T , , March 'M next for murder.
HE REMEMBERS THE AFFAlll
Albino Controras Carries a Nnvnjo Arrow
Head Thirty Years in His Body.
INFORMATION CONCERNING THE MINES.
ChnrnoU'Hstlo Itrplles Koi'i'lvril by
On ins A-rotitM I'atrluk Klnii'H
Vocation A IMiMitamv aistery
News ol * tlio North welt.
Or Castcrdny returned from a professional
trip to l.uJoya , a few tulles south , \\hero
In' was called to oo Albino Conliw.li , who
was sulToi'liij ; with some old compbilnt. The
doctor dKeoveroilnnu romovvd from tlio him-
b.ir region of the hack of Mr. t'ontivraa im
arrow point inailo out of Iron , which wiv
shot there m the spring ot HK ) In nu encoun
ter with several Nnvnja Indians , The wound
has troubled him moro or less .since then , not
to the extent to pieveat him from labor , but
of Into years It has been quite sovpio The
irilUitioii niul ilUehurip ) from the wound bus
prostrated him for tbo pint few weeks , nnd
nriw that the point 1ms boon removed the
doctor liellovos the. wound will soon
heal and tint Mr Contreras will
have no more troubln from It. The
RiMiUt'in.m Is furt\-sK years old , and la
ls" > 7 ho was cnpinreii by the N'avajoos mid
huld ik prisoner for a year and u half , u hen
they Ibmlly ijavo him to his p.iroiits . In o\-
clmtiKi' tor money and MOCK. In tbo sprint ;
of INK ) thesiniill ssttlements were belnu con-
stuntly hiuassod by unnojiii ) * bnuls of Xnv.i-
joes and they made a call nt I.n .loya. Ho
wus met on the road , near the town , and his
mnlo which be was ricliti ! * : was shot and kllloil
with arrows from under him. Tour of the.
nmnvs nleived him , but none fatally. The
Indians , for some leason , rnilo off , leaving
him to his fnto. On reiichlnif home tlueo of
tbo arrows were pulled fruirt bis body , but
the ono In his back hml gnno too far to be ex
tracted. He was avetse to an operation beiiitf
per formed on him 'mill recently , when lie
concluded tliat If the point was not lemoved
It might result seriously. Dr. llastunMy was
therefore sent for and ho loaves .Mr."Con
treras In n lair war to engage again In u
single-handed light , If he so desires , with the
A number of pretty tfooil stoni's are now
Kolni ! the tiHitids iho replies received from
ilium owners to the1 census authorities. Ono
111:111 : , ! i Cnllfornlan , to the question of how
animals lie " 'J'lu-oo
ninny employed , replied :
ni Kcrs and a cook. " The owner of an un
productive mini' wrote"Tho nnino of my
Illinois the 'L . If. D ; ' nnd nil I cnn suy
to your ( iiicstlons ns to its value Is to repeat
the mime. . Thuonly things I ever not fiom
the s.ud mine aic a sere b.iclc , u sere temper
unit ? llU ) worth of debts. If you know of
any inisirulded umu who would llku a inino
free of ch.irffv infer him to me. I will give
him one-half of thu 'U. B. 1) , ' and for
jour trouble I will in ike yon a present of the
otbc'r half " An entorpusnif- gentleman In
NovvMoxH-o wioto. "Only tlio Ahntitv ! |
can not any silver out of my mine It bus
all the clnraetc'ustiesof n silver bonnnya.ox- .
cent the silver Hoiw to stuko tbo vein seine
day , in the mi-ail tiiiui miiy 1 strike you for
tlio loan of fr > . " From one mine in Arizona
the form was returned blank , but contained
on the rovoi-so the following touching com-
inutdc.iUon : "Tliusuperintendent is doil
drunk , bonllavs Is , the secretary Is lu i.ilo
forpssoltnnd uctteij on the under sineil , I
am sick in bed from the effects , goo buy. "
A Ilnrvnrd giaituuto1io bad dnftod but
west contributed the following "In answer
to vour questions I would say that , s > o tar as
I know , the inii.o of which I naveIno honor
to bo the sole owner has never produced a red
cent , although three former owners commit
ted suicide after vain attempts to make tbo
tiling pav. In order to avoid a similar fate ,
I ha\o secured a llatteringposition as haiten-
temler and concoctor of liquid delights in a
local rosoit. If you ever cento out this way
bunt me up. I will give jou the mine. "
Tlili'toen Years' Vacation.
In 1S7S I'atiick I'lnii , a respected carpenter -
tor lived Inn cosy cottage , in 1'ucblo , Col. ,
which be himself owned and was on the best
of terms with his faithful wife and intcicst-
ing family. Ou.Inly t of that year ho left
the house and suld ho believed bo would
go down town , attiied in bib ordinary work
ing clothes. If the euith had opened and
swallowed hiln up the man's dUappcaiaiico
could not have been an v moro complete. De
tectives were put on his track and telegrams
of description.sent lu all directions. Not a
trace oft'1 inn could be founu. Ho was
mourned for dead and the impression gained
circulation that be was ilrownud. Mrs. Finn
moved with her children to l.eadvillo and is
still a resident theio. The two .sons and a
daughter are now grown up and mo intelli
gent and cultivated jouug people. Last
v\eok flim turned til ) in I'ueblo as unexpec
tedly as ho loft. Hu looks somewhat older
than when he left , but is In good health He
gi\eno : leason for his disappearance , but
stated that he had spent tbo thirteen jean ,
of lusabsenco la Ali/ona and Now Mo'xico.
The family will Probably be uuitod , as Finn
left for I.eadville. Finn seems to see noth
ing roniaiUaole in Ins his thirteen years' va
cation , during wbuli be wrote to none of his
family or relatives
It looks as though the McCartysvillo mur
der and robbery case would turn out to be a
veritable jnystorv for Moutanians. Two men
roJo ii.toa camp nnd held up live prospectors
who were gambling. Two cf thorn wore
killed nnd tluce wounded and the robbers got
away. The deputv who llrst struck the trail
of the murderer unit telegraphed fortj-tlvu
miles east of McCartysvillc , lias never been
beard from since Tbo preliminary bearing
of the charso against Charlei Hart , alias
Hond , alias Ford , and Jim CuimnhiKs , for
complicity in the affair was , held at Homers-
vllle Cuminings proved a _ cooil and sulll-
cient alibi and was acquitted , while Hart
was held over for the grand jury. Thonnn-
clp.d cvldenca ngihist him consisted of a
runfjpsloaldcti it was alleged ho maiio to a
Hungarian fellow worttman lu the neighbor
hood. This confesjlon was sworn to by the
Iluniiariaii and also bv tbo deputv .sheriffs
who made the artx'st , to whom Hint admitted
tb.it ho had in ido such a statement. When
making his deposition before the court , how
ever. Hart denied ever buying made such a
for u WilV.
Some months , ago un ndvortisoment ap
peared In soviral Denver papers sajing that
Franklin Shea would pay SI , ROD for a wife.
Address I'ueblo , Colo. Ilumlreds of letters
have arrived at the postoflleo for him from
every part of the country , many of them
scented and decorated in a way that would
do credit to a Cherokee bravo. A few weeks
ago It was learned that the man \vho yearned
fora bndo was Fi.inlc Van Duseu and that
be lived in Hossemer and was emplojcd at
the Colorado smeller. He liimlly captured u
bride. Last Friday thov wore. inarrieil in
Dcssonier. The bride , Mi s Carrie Jones , I- ,
nsi-'d forty-soveu and is from Denver , while
Van Duron's age U llfty-three.
< los < > rail.
While Prank Hums was placing n giant
powder cat ) upon a fuse In the Summit mine ,
Dogtown district , near Townscnd , Mont. , u
box containing seventy caps exploded , tilling
his face , hands , arms and breast with them.
Ills wounds are not dangerous. Under the
caps was ti sack containing llfteeu sticks of
plant powder , but it being frozen did not ex
plode , although the stick ; , woio powdered
How the caps ramo toexiiloile Is not known.
but Hums thinks It possible that a spark fell
from a cuudle that hu was holding at the
Mrs. F. 1' . L'riminiiu of Uoiilder was re
ceived at the Colorado stalu Insane iu > jlum
la.st m > ek. She has been declared hopelessly
Insaao and i'i aphjslculas well as mental
wivck. Some two years ago she- acquired u
taste for cigarette * and has never been able
tngitoup the habit. Shots good looking
and vell formed , with a fresh complexion ,
but the llttlo rolls of rice piper and drugged
TTT T T" IVT A 1VT
SPRINGS to the FRONT WITH A SPRING SAL
The old "cock-and-bull" stories of "Smithvhobustcd , " "Jones , who burned out" find "Ole Ol
son's stock that got lost in the shul'l'lo. " will not bo pnlmcdofl on our patrons this yoar. Wo
have the goocls and jt matters not how wo got them. Wo soil thorn so rhoap that some
sarcastic people may think \vostole thorn , but that matters not ; we have thorn nnd you
can have thorn , too , for loss money than any othorhouse in the Avostcnn furnish them to you
To Who Satd
Overcoats. Plats ?
We have them for q , if you want In the past our Children's Depart Why we do , and there isn't another
'em ' ; understand , though , that they are ment has been somewhat neglected , for man in tcnvi dares upon his head , for \vu
not $10 coats , but the of to handle it properly. offer
they arc eyc-opcncrs want space Fine fur stock of nil the latest block's
for $4. This has now all been changed. We from a one-inch hrun to the si/.e of a
However , we have a $6.50 and 37.50 have an ample and roomy Childicn's De Quaker hat , in
Overcoat , in four different shades of Mel partment in our store , and we have put
tons , \vith silk facing and silk sleeve lin in one of the most tremendous stocks of Dunlap and Knox Blocks rj
ings , that needs only to be looked at to children's goods ever shown by any house iti
be appreciated. in the city. For Only 9c.
We have the very latest style of half We have over 5,000 Children's ' The same square crowned Kail-
box , 5 rows of stitching , silk sleeve lin Waists in stock this day. They arc all road Hat that was so popular with
ings , and in every respect a complete the newest and latest designs. us last 3'ear at $2.50vc hriVe promised
' the manufacturer to sell at least 5,000 of.
Gentleman's Spring Overcoat , at $ 10. Our 35c waist is as good as our 750
There is but one way to do that and that
And if want to bevay intone waist was last season.
you \vay up is to name a price we say
tone , we have Suits to match them. Our Children's Suits start from 3 to
To the young man who wants to see 15 years old , ranging in price ' from $2 to $1.50 for That Hat.
reasonable for a boy's suit.
a few novelties sucetcr than the first rose any price
We have paid special attention to That may hooin Impossible , but wo luiyo worn-
of , in Overcoats iscd "cock-iind-buH" und will stick to it ,
summer we say come ; our you no
suits for short and stout hoys , so bring in then 'li It inav come hard.
coats are on exhibition , and \vc will be your plump and fat fellows and we'll fit \Vo won't sa"V much nbout , I'odfot fFnts nml ril
Crush Hats , but \vo \ have more of thorn thnifsomo
glad to show them to you. em. pooplu liuvo liny , and the price will he right.
The long and short of it is : We nre in the swim , and let those follo\v who can. Their journey
will be rough and i-ugged. THE OLD RELIABLE
- 13th and Farnam
tobacco have caused her beautiful complex
ion to change to a hkleoub sallow , her cbeeUs
and Dies , \\lilch gleam wildly are ileeplv
sunken , her form has wasted away and her
shrunken bands twitch nervously.
A ny llo uns Itnninrknul ) * .
James Wooley , aged sixty-five , who died
at Kye.was more lomaikablo for what bo
be had seen and not been , doui ) and not done ,
than the majority of old men If the following
reports of him are true : During h's ' life b- >
never bought a pound ol meat , or a barrel of
Hour or corn : never wore spectacles , had n
sow twenty-seven ye.irt > old , never swapped
hoiscs , never was out of money , wore one
pair of shoes thirteen vcars , and kept ono
pair of plow lines nineteen years.
M1WS F Till : \HltTII n'JKNT.
Hertrand had a coal famine. List week.
Work en the new creamery at Friend Is
being rapidly pushed.
Sehujler Jones , an old settler of Saline
county , died leecntly.
A Hcbekah ledge is to bo organised at
Fnond with fifty members.
The C'olfax county fair \\II1 ho held Sop-
temhcr' and October 1 nad ' ' .
A number of home seekers from Illinois
Have settled in the vicinity af Friend.
llcv. K. T. Hell has lesiRiied the pastorate
of the Holtlregc I'resbvterlan church.
1\ .1 llalc of Battle Creek recently shipped
tlueo earloadb of horses to North Carolina.
William 11. West , n live stock dealer of
Cairo , died ntCruiid Island of Heart disease.
The Champion hoard of trade is consider
ing n proposition to secure a cheese factory
L , . H Vernier , twontv years of nse , has
been appointed superintendent of schools of
Oawes ujunt.v in plucu of Prof. Hl.uiclmrd ,
William Scribner , who perished in the
Hood atTiajuan.i. L'.il , was forum ly a ie-.i-
dent ol Limp Citj and was a son-in-law of
Mrs. L A. Unssuter.
The other evening u woman stopped up to
the desi : In the I'.icitlr hotel at Norfolk and
inquired If oi.o .1 A. Meadows was .stopping
tbeie. On icceivmg un nllinnatlvo answer
the woman stated that s.how.is Me.idow swifo
and demanded to ho taken to his loom. Her
demand waa complied with and Meadows
was lound In a room with another woman and
the landlord cut the secno short by ordering
tbo couple out of the house. The guilty
woman is said to bo a other man's ivife.
Meadows had been selling eleetrie.il door
bells in tbo city. _
Uutto's steam motor and cable lines were
tied up last week by tbo heavy snow fall.
Out of ninety-nine deaths in llutto last
mouth sixty-live wore traceable totbo gnnpe
Morel.ind people want the niiino of the post-
office and railroad .station changed to Man
It is repoiled that a rtc-h striUo has been
inaile on the Little Kid mine on Meadow
creek , Madison county ,
Members of tbo Hutto wotUngmcn's union
aio after the employes ot thu stieet r.iilw.iv
lines in that city to secure them for members
Dick Hoek of Henry's Tnh < > has broken t\\o
ellc and a moose tooik in liiriie > sand takes
a dally spin around the lake , inin.li to the as-
lonisiiuient of hU neighbors.
Pred Me'imdo ' was dealing up after the
noon shots lu tbo ( iamln-ttn miiio at lintte ,
\vluiii four tons of roe | < ( oil In on him from
tie hanging wall Death was instantaneous.
It is repot ted that the Mlisoiila me rrtnlilo
company bus niado u l , < ) UOiHj ) contract to
supply lumber , grain , i\Uv \ , to ( Jre.it . Northern
contractors at Deimn-hVJllo during the coming
The funeial of Michael Carroll , lute super
intendent ot the Anaconda inlnos , was thu
largest in ttie history of Hutte. Neaily two
bundled vehicles and VX > men on foot'com -
poseil tbo cortege.
A giant bteam plow , weighing nine tons , of
KKJ horse pow or and with a capacity of thirty
or forty aeies per day , will bo shipped froiii
Ifacine , WK , to Mureland , to bo sot to work
in the earl } spring.
An approved map showlnc the dollulto lo
cation of the Montana , fc Wyoming Eastern
ilolinnn lliilVn Malt K\traot
bus wondi'ifill Tonkanil Niililtivo
iUallllrslhut | lunc Muuli'lt jmimlai.
( Julieniliirall.IniliatoisliaM'coim ; )
Into tin1 inuikH. a nln > i whleb tliu
imlilli'iboiiiil be warned. No tint
Mohumi Hull's" slgii.ituin . Is on
Ihe nieU of tinliottlo , K | nur ,1.
Mi'nili'1-.ou I'n , noli- jvnii. 0 llareiay
railway through the Valley of Sixteen Mile
creek has be n received at thu Helena laud
olllio from \Va-diington.
Tlin Anaconda criiiiimny Is pushing the dc-
voloimu-nt ot the Hear Cn-olt ro.il iniiies
continuous to Red Lodge , and it is believed
that a branch load from the latter camp will
bu built to the mines uurlng the summer
Two banks are soon to bo started In
Deineisville , one by Now York and ono by
Helena capitalists. Arrangements have al-
leailv been made for the opening ot ono In
Maich or April , of widen Uobcrt L. Clinton
will be cashier.
The route of tbo new nlectricstrc' t railway
in MNsoula iscxpeited to take In ino t of the
city The capital for the new enterprise will
bo furnished bv Spokane Falls men J5v tbo
terms of the frani-blao at least a nuloof track
must be laid \\itbin six months
The Miles C'ltv Horse I'alr nnd Sales asso
ciation will hold its spring race meeting .lime
Jt to'JT inclusive , and \vill hang up ? : tr , , l In
purses The annual sales will take plueoiiur-
niKtlie meeting , the sales occupying tlio foie-
iioon and the laces the afternoon.
I1 II. Atkinson , a minor employed by the
I. .X. I. . . companies in their intact , on Snow
creek , io the Xeibait distrit , was Instantly
killed by the explosion oftwent-ono.ma ) a half
pounds of j'iaiit powder which he attempted
to thaw out. Atkinson \vas twenty-live jcars
old and uninaiiied.
Montniiu has the assessment law which
gives iiiiecton of mining companies having
assessable stock thcrightto levy assessments
anil sell deliniliont ] stock on tlilrtj days' 110-
tiie. The law , according to the Montana
papers , ia verv satisfactory ono. It is simi
lar to tbo California law.
llutto Is now the owner of tlio i-'al estate
anil appiratus recently purchised from tbo
tire brigade. iVt the timoof the puichasotho
aiiKiunt ngrri'd upon , $1,100 , was not in tlio
tire fund , but the monuv was advanced by
Alilermon Mi'Dermott and Ljiu'li , and the
pmpert ) sortiii'd for thu citj Thu amount
has now been made good
IMwnrd Cameron , a conductor of tbo Circat
Nortbein railroad , made a desperate attenmt
toeominit suifiilu at Givit Kails bvsvv.illovv-
lug twoounei's ' of luud.niuni His wiluili--
i-overed his nit in time to summon a pnysi
ci.in. wbo ndinlnistcied emetics and anti
dotes , and succeeded in saving hislfe I'.IMI-
ilv troubles and heavy du iking are saiJ to
ho the cause
Walkervillo i > ooplo aio much stirred up
over Siinerinteiidont I'minor's proposition to
roost oiu In thi > ( i icy Uoclc , cast of Walker
villo Thov navu prided themselves upon the
I ivedom from smoke , and ju.st so suroiy as
Mi I'.ilmor begins to smoke them out with
( liev Hock roisting boaps , they ptoposu to
move on him through thu council and save
Butte the trouble.
Helena Herald : The Mountain Chief was
about tlw llrst mlno woiked to unv extent in
the Noihart district and in l M this proiort.v |
soM fur l"i)0 ( ) ; ted ay it is valued lit
fii)0OiX : ( ] ) ) . Tbi ) Moiilton was'offerc'd tnrsnlo
t-.vo years ago for f 10,001) ) ; it h now valued at
4-1,01111.0HI. 'Ihe Queen of the Hills was for
sale three yens nun , tlueo ililins , for jl.V
IKJO1 S ' ODD.oiK ) Is iti estimated vahui now
On Cnindnll i-reek , contiguous to I'onlco
City. Is the lirgost nmrblp inoaturoknown to
geology Tins immense ledge was lorated in
isst bv Williim Cbli'lc. li'dn'it Mnndevillo
and .lames Smith , and is 1'joil foot wide , over
: i mile long and of a known depth ot over Mu )
feet. Samples taken fi.ini . near tlio surface
and exhibited In the lentini. cities of the
eiiit. including Washington and tlio timitli-
sonlan Institute , have cveryvvhero been pro-
noiinced ; the llnest iiunllty of statuary mar-
The SlinntTriMsiiro , a recently developed
gold piopertv on Lost Cieek , about ten miles
north of Auncmul.i . , promisosto eii-ato some-
tldng of n stir in the mining world during
the year. Tlio ownor.sof thepronorty bought
a lluntingtoii null of llfteen tons capacity ,
which Is aliv.uly on the grounct mid will bo
elected as soon as the \\eutlier permits. It
will be located on .i water lourso l.r > ( M feet
down the mountain side fiom the mine , ami
it Is the Intention to bullrt a wire tiaiuvvav
to convey the ore from tbo mlno down to the
That patent sinoki consumer doesn't seem
to woik well In Hutte. The Anaconda
Standard ivpnrtstlmt one uiu'lit lust week
was about the wont e.xpciionced t nil win
ter , and a i liiue.i was so ilensn , LS to maku
outdoor existence almost Impossible. The
curses hurled at the "stlntc | iiles" und furn
aces were awful In tbeir fierceness and vn-
heinonco witli which thev were uttereil. It
is morn tlun piubalilo that fumigation will
msiilt In suv igoions a protest against a fur
ther tolerance of the iiinsiuifo tint the city
council nniv bo purred Into limiting uuotucr
cffurt to ncc'ouiplUh Us ubatument.
MlssHe-sslo II. Hoaloo , of Burlington. Vt ,
liinl iidlsoiisit ot the sjiilpvbich \ cuuml IHT
liair to become veiy hursji niul dry and to fall
so iri'c'lv she srnrcely ilarrd comb It. Ayor's
llalr V'igor gave her a healthy sculp nn.l
umclctuu hull1 beautifully thick mid b'la y-
Is not plea tint to ttiko , ns it la c om-
posed of nil the medicinal qualities
thai go to make now and rich bloocl
without c inpolllng the conaumor to
$1 A BOTTLE FOR ONE-THIRD SYRUP
which can bo bought any where for
thirty-flvo corits a gallon , ns nil our-
sapaiillfia aro. BEGOS' BLOOD
PURIMERand BLOOD MAKER is
composed of pure modiclne , and al
lows the purchnsor t o add syrup ,
wh ch is advised when glvon to
If jour drugRist does not keep it accept no
substitute , but order direct from Henirs Mfg.
Co , I'.r.-I'lT ' Alh'hlgin St , riileago , 111. , niul
thej will forward , express prepaid , one bottle
tle for SI or six for jo
With Double Wire Suspensory.
? ATESTED AUU. 16,1887 ll'PROVED JULY 29,1890.
Dll. O\VHN S I
IM'S'-OUV will , _ , - ciira nil llhon-
mntlcCoiTiplnlnlH ' I.iinibnito . ( leu-
crnlnnd Nervoui 1)01)11117 ) t"0IITO-
a > BH Neiv-
ou-nosH. Tremb * foxunl i-t
Unii'lton , Watt- IHK of liocly ! ) ! <
pn ecauscsl by liulUcretlimd In
YnuiUAKU Mar- rlcM ur
SKN'T TO nF'I'ON-ii-.r I'AHTIKH FOU CER
TAIN COMl'l.Al.VlS ON :10 : imS ' 1U1AI.
ANo un I'l ctrlc Truss niul Holt Comliliii'd.
Fcnrt PC. iioxlnito for run * lllustmtixl book > . * > >
pnecb , wlilcli mil boM'iit. juii In pliuu bculoil envoi.
opu. Monllon thLs jinpur AcUlrcsi
Owen Elcctiic Bolt & Appliance Co. ,
3OO N. Broadway , St. Louis , Mo.
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS ,
In order to satisfy the pub
lic tli.it we mean what v/c ad
vertise , you are hereby notified
that ir there is any complaint
made , or people are not satis-
lied with the effects of the
Turkish Remedies , that is
Turkish Tea , Liniment Cough-
Cure , Asthma Cure tS : 1 lahn's
Golden Dyspepsia Cure , to no
tify us and return empty pack
age , and we will cheerfully re
fund the money.
Respectfully yours ,
Turkish Remedy Company ,
Omaha , Neb.
nnPllTA AMIAI.VMIOUIAI'M'I.KS ' nm iho
l"l n 1'l ON' ' " * ' * '
UU UU I A " > ilni"il'1 | pri'ftcrlhitit by
* " n-milir I'hyli ' Inn lur lhu uirool
( liiiiorliiui mul ill ili.irx4ii Iriini llm urlniiry iirttiiiii
or uciulri'4 | JIW i r bo > Allilruuiilst- ,
Turkish Tea , is the finest
medicine for the Liver , Kidney
and Nerves , cures pains in the
back , tired feelings , had taste
in the mouth , Headache ,
Nervousness , and removes
yellow appearance of the skin ,
making a healthy complexion.
One package 25 cents' worth
inakc-s a quart of Bloocl Med
icine that will astonish you.
Turkish Cough Cure , the
only medicine that will stop a
cough by taking a few doses.
For soreness of the 'chest ,
hoarseness , weak lungs , bron
chitis , we guarantee a cure or
refund your money. Price 5oe.
Take no substitute.
Turkish Liniment to drops
internally on sugar and applied
freely externally by rubbing it
in will cure ihcumatism with
out a doubt. Chilblains.frosted
feet , lame back , or any internal
or external ache will he stopped '
at once with Turkish Liniment.
All of the above remedies at
your druggist's , or sent on re
ceipt of price. Samples for 20
TURKIMI RIMIHV : Co. ,
OMAHA , NIH. :
Onto Wral and Srasil
rirthi-trmtnicnt . .f ill rilltOMCMI mn
| ) | S | \ss | llri. . A | . | InHH-i'i i ir ! > I'M' mnt Mini
TruiHi1 * " ! lli st I u. unit'sppai itiiH nn i
fnr Hiirri" Hful lrt ilnit'iit it u\.iy f n.iif . dlson o
lojuli Hit Muilii il or sun-iral Trinliufnl NINKI'V
IKIOM-s hull l'riKXTHoard niul Alti'iiii uu-o
lift Aiiiiininoilnlliini VS ft \\rlli' for rlruiilirn on
IMurmilliM ami llriu'c-i , I'nmi'i Cluli hi'c'U Ciirva
tun'1 * of plmI'lhM , 'riiinop * * , Cnnci'r , ( 'atnrrli
llnnrliltu Inhilullnn Klwli Irlly I'linlj-sln Kpll-
fiyiiy KldnoyH , Hliuliltir. I'yo Kiir. > Uln unit llhiiHl ,
nml nil 'iirulc'iill.pi'riillnn- l' \ rloh ; NVIIMP. S
fporlnllo lln < K 09 | ) N ( . OH of VV uitit'ii Krueu
Hive liili'ly luliUit .1 lylti In Dt'pirtimMil ftir VV'uinoii
, lurlTii.nllnrmiMit . c-irlilly I'rliuli- l Only Ui-li i
1 liluMoilicil ln lltiilu Mnklni ; u Spocliillr ot 1'Ul
1 VATU IIHKsis :
J All Ml mil ) > i'n i' ' ufdHifulU tn > .m t. Mcillelni
I or IntlmiiioMl-i nt l mill or o vpri'n MJCIUI-U
liuki'il no ni irks In liulli.ili > cuiilcnli or > rnJ > .i
On I'oricm.il inltTTlpw iirif.Triil C'.ill nnd C"ni.it
linorM'ii.l HUlur ) of r" r ' m" n l "i1 will n'llrt In
till ! wri-.ptTi.ur 111)01" ) 1 l MKN Kill. II upon I'n
T > | I > > | x > i'lnl "r Ni > rvuu > lli-i ) ist > i , liliiiic | > tHoii IHU
Aiiaro nll li'iliMt 1 1
Dr. A. T. McLnu'jhlin , President ,
t/th / und II inn ytriiis. . Om.ilia.
COLDS IN ! HE HEAD , by one application ,
CATARRH , in a very short time.
HAY FEVER , in fiom 3 to 5 days.
EARAOHE , instantly.
KIFl'Y ( JUNTa A HO TTLK.
t'DKAl.K llM.I. . Illil ilKlM |
I'litniled i Hlj liy tbti
It.irUc-i lllock , Uiiiabn , U , S. A.