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THE OMAHA DAILY LEE : MONDAY , FEBRUARY 1 , 1892 ,
FROM YKsTUnPVTS SKPISHRDITIOS. I
Fqw Oongressrnen Attended the Democratic
i Caucus Yesterday.
RULES THAT DO NOT GIVE SATISFACTION
t/'rlup Support * the Work of III * Committee
Ktrctloti of ITnltpil Stntrs HoiinloM A
Fiiruirm AtlLuiro Jlrmnrc IVc v
Notcn from WnnliliiRtan.
WABHIXOTOX , D. O. , .Tnn. 80. The demo
cratic caucus which was called for tonight
for the purpose of considering the notion to
bo taken upon the proposed codoof rules , was
very poorly ntlondod , Whoa the appointed
hour (7:33) ( ) arrived , thorn were not a do/.un
members In the hall and the now arrivals
cnmo In very slowly. Chairman Holmun
nrrlvod In duo time , but alter glancing over
the larRo array of empty cats , did not im
mediately c.ill the assemblage to order.
Gradually the members dropped In , ono by
ouo , but at no Unw before 8 o'clock did the
attendance exceed scvofity-llvo. Then
Chairman Holman rapped for order. The
roll call showed the nttondnnco of 121 raora-
born , moro than a majority of the caucus , and
the following oOlcors were elected to servo
during the ensuing congress.
Mr. Holraan of Indiana , chairman ; Messrs.
Aldorsou of West Virginia , and Uobortsou
of Louisiana , secretaries.
Although tlioro was no organized oppo
sition to thpso ofllcors thcro was a great deal
of speech making indulged In.
Mttdu'ii Cant-Iron llulc.
A cast-Iron rulirwas adhered to , that no
cards should bo sent Into the members during
tbo progress of the caucus.
The proceedings were devoid of Interest
owing to the small attendance. Tbo dis
cussion wns oontlnod to a con
sideration of the proposed rules , and es
pecially that which confers certain powers
upon the cnmnilttco on rules. After a few
llvo-inlnuto speeches wore delivered with
perfect good nature , Speaker Crisp toolc tno
lloor for twonty-flvo minutes In support of
the code of rales recommended by the com-
tnlttoo on rules. The greater part of his
tlmo was consumed in answering questions
relative to the effect tbo rule conferring cer
tain privileges on the commlttoo on rules
would Imvu upon that transaction of busi
ness by the house. His romu'lcs were vi&or-
ous and commanded ducp attention.
A f tern great deal of .debate tbo rule was
approved by n vote of 'eighty to six , and
when some opposition wns raised on the
ground that there was no quorum the caucus
Dinner by the Gridiron Club.
Tbo sovcntn annual anniversary dinner of
tbo Gridiron club , given tonight in the largo
ball room of the Arlington hotel , eclipsed nil
Its predecessors In the number and distinc
tion of Invited guests , among whom wcro the
president and all the members of the cabinet
except Messrs. DIaIno , Tracy and Wunn-
maker , aud also in the elegance of the dinner
and Us appointments. Besides the presi
dent and Socrotnrys Foster , Noble , Husk
and Elkins and Attorney General
Miller , tbero worn tbo following cucsta :
General Schodcld , Captain Schloy ,
Ohauncoy M. Depow , Senators Hawley ,
Allison , Blackburn , Gibson of Maryland ,
Casey and Uubols ; Representatives Hood ,
Boutollo , Springer , Harper , Coburu.
Weadock , Uayner , Allen , Caruth aud
O'ForraU ; J. Russell Young , George \V.
Boyd and U. A. Park of the Pennsylvania
railroad ; H. Fulloa of the Chesapeake &
Ohio ; S. B. Hedge of the Baltimore & Ohio :
General Felix Angus , H. B. Morohcad of tbo
Cincinnati Commercial Gazette , and Edward
Bodloe , Hugh Hastings aud others.
Some Itnllroad Statistic * .
The census bureau todayiissuod a bulletin
- giving an exhibit of the operations of rail
ways for the years 1880 to 1880 inclusive for
Umt portion of the territory of the United
, StntJs designated as group P. This group
i embraces the states ot Illinois , the northern
penensula of Michlgln , Minnesota , Wiscon
sin. Iowa , North nr.a South Dakota , east of
the Missouri river , aud Missouri , north of
the Missouri river. During tno period men
tioned , the number of passengers carried In
creased 119,000,000. Sons of freight moved
increased 49,000,000. .Earning of the passen
ger service increased $20,000,000 , and from
freight service $40.000,000. The total earn
ings and income Increased $30,000,000 , and
the total expenditures $00,000,000. ,
Whllo It Is not altogether improbable that
Chill mav change her diplomatic representa
tive at Washington , It is stated authorita
tively that this government has taken no
Bteps looking to that end. That President
Harrison has no 111 feeling against Minister
Montt Is shown by the fact that ho has sent
him a personal Invitation to uttond the state
dinner to bo given at the white bouse next
Tuesday In honor of the diplomatic corps.
Commissioner of Patents "Slmonds , made
his annual report to congress today. Ho
recommends several amendments to tbo
patent law , among them the following are
of the most Importance : Providing tnat
a patent snail not expire with the expira
tion of a prior foreign patent ; compel
ling applicants to take action every six
months , and no patent to live more than
twenty years after the date of the original
application ; requiring Ucons.es to make or
use an Invention to bo recorded ; allowing
nitons tolllo caveats ; relegating Interfer
ence contests to the court providing that no
damages for Infringement shall bo recovered ,
except such as occur withlu six years next
prior to uringmg suit , and allowing the
registry cf trade marks which are used in
commerce between the states.
Socrolarv Footer nrrlvod lioro this after
noon from Fort Monroe on the lighthouse
tender Violation. The fact that bo will attend
the Gridiron banquet tonight Is known as uu
assurance that his hoaltb Is fully restored.
Kntcrtuluuil by Mm. Harrison.
Mrs. Harrison entertained at dinner to
night , at the white house , Mrs. John A. S.
Lolchor , wife of the editor of tbo Now York
Mill and Express ; Mrs. W. J. Arkeil , Mrs.
Bernard Glmall and Mrs. G. W. Daniels of
Now York , together with Mrs. Hussoll Har-
rUou and Mrs. DImmiok , and after dinner
the party occupied a box at the National
theater and ( Intoned to Kostnu Yokes and her
Will Cunrol tli Contract.
An oftlclal of the Internal Navigation com
pany , the owners of tno steamer Ohio , which
wa chartered by the government for use as
a transport ibiu In cose ot trouble with Chili ,
will confer with Secretary Tracy next week
with the object of securing the suspension of
the contract which the government guaran
teed for tbo use of the ship for throe months
ut 1500 a day. The contract will probably be
cancelled and the ship restored to her agents
with pay for the number of days she has
been In the government's service * .
U12NIKD 1IY 11LOUNT.
] ! Again KiinUliii the I'reildeiit ami Dunlo *
un Ugly Humor ,
WASHINGTON' , Jan. WJ. The Post tomorrow
will say that the story that Mr. Blaluo waste
to be summoned by tbo house committee on
foreign affairs to toll how it happen * that
there was such alleged delay In informing
the president of the reply to his ultimatum ,
U denied by Mr ! Ulount , chairman of the
"Tharo U not a word of truth in it , " said
Mr , Blouiit to a 1'ost reporter , "nor was
there any foundation for such a report. I do
not for a moment believe there was any con
nivance In this matter , and I am sure that
when tbo president sent hU message to congress -
gross ho did not know that reply to his note
to Chill hod been received , nor did. anyone
clip , lor , according to the best information I
lnvo been able to obtalu , I am convinced that
tbo report had not come until Tuesday , alter
the reading of the message In the house.
"Toe house commlttoo on foreign affairs
was. Immediately afiur the reading of tbo
message , commanded to meet tbo next mornIng -
Ing at 10:30 : for consultation. The gravity of
the situation demanded prompt and careful
consideration of the subject. The committee
had been In consultation butn Tow moments
when Mr. O'Dounoll ol Michigan , n member
ot the committee , who had been to tbo white
house on buslnoiwlth the president ,
entered the commlttoo room and called mete
to ono aldo. Ho then gave mo n message
from the president to the effect that n cable
gram had boon received from Mr. Egan , but
Its contents were unknown. Mr. O'Donnell
cautioned mo that the mcssogo was for my
Information only and not to bo imparted at
Umt tlmo to the mcmbcM of the commlttoo.
So you sco. upon the State department and
OKccullva learning that n note had boon re
ceived from Chill the Importance of the net
was at oiico communicated to the chairman
of the commit too on foreign relations. "
III3ISI * WATKll OX Till ; L.YKKS.
Appropriation * for Iniproxriiieiits AsUoil of
the Ithornml llnrlior Committee.
WASIIISOTOX , D. C. , Jan. SO. A largo
delegation of roproiantatlvos of tbo doon
watonva } convention hold in Datrolt In Da-
comber last was given a hearing today before
the house committee on rivrs and barbers
nnd'tho senate commlttoo on conimorca
In Joint session , these committees
having In ohnrgo the preparation of the roc-
ular river and harbor appropriation bill.
The purpose of the delegation wai to urge
the construction and maintenance of a
t'.vouty-ono-foot channel from lake Superior
through the variousconnectlnglinks between
thagrn.it lakes and through the Erlo canal
to tno sea.
Ely , president of the convention , said the
principal object was to secure the authoriza
tion of the contract for twonty-ono foot of
water from Duluth to Buffalo. Tno esti
mated cost will bo only $3,394,000. The
effect of the water rates over the lakes waste
to greatly reduce the railway rates through
out the countrr.
S. A. Thomnson , secretary of the Duluth
Chamber of Commerce , then had the atten
tion of the commlttoo for an hour. Thomp
son declared the total expenditure in Im
provement on the great lakes had boon loss
than $30,000,000. The saving In the last year
duo to lake transportation was $150,000,000
, nero than the cost of the proposed improve
ment , All that baa bean accomplished
in the past , by giving sixteen feet of water
would not only bo duplicated , but enhanced
ten fold by tbo expenditure of something
over $3.000,000 to secure 11 doutli ot twenty
foot. Ho thought very little need bo added
to sccuro the appropriation desired.
KlRht Still MIflslnfr ,
Nrw Yonic. Jan' 80. The schooner Everett -
ett Webster of Boston arrived at Vineyard
tlaven , Mass. , yesterday , with Captain
Clark and the crow of the tug boat Webster ,
which was driven out to son with four scows
on Tuesday. There are still olcht men not
rescued out bf the number who were blown
out to sea. They were on n garbage scow that
is still missing , and It is now feared that they
have been lost. However , the search has
not boon abandoned.
HUl'l'OKTfftO TJIKIlt Vr..lS$3tATK.
Anil Arbor fStiKtenU I'rotoko tbo Ire of the
ANN' AKIIOR , Mich' , Jan. W. Atthe
beginning of the .year tho'lnw faculty passed
a rule that the practice of taking the lectures
In short .hand , transcribing them an a type
writer , and then disposing of copies of thorn
nmouc the students should bo prohibited ,
nud any student offending snould bo ex
pelled. The practice , however , was con
tinued secretly by C. T. Griflln. nnd upon
discovery bo was suspended. Griffin con
tinued to attend the ralloge , however , and
furnish the lectures to the students. Wednes
day the faculty bad an officer on tbo
Grounds , and as soon as Griflln entered bo
was ejected. Yesterday the law students
promised him their protection , and GOO stu
dents were in .front pf the department , all
well prepared for trouble.and claiming that
it wonld faro lllfortboonicor If he attempted
to molest their classmate. The deputy
.sheriffs placed themselves In front of the1
building and waited for Griflln. But , in
stead of coming from tbo.usual direction , ho
took a roundabout course and entered the
'building unnoticed. The 'officers , believing
that no bad failed to appear , went awav.
During the course of the leoturfaProf. Con-
ley was interrupted by the entrance of Librar
ian Vance , who Informed him tliatGnflln was
in tbo room. The lecturer inquired If such
was the case , wliahTthe president of the class
arose nnd informed him that they were not
thereto spy upon their classmates. This
broke up the lecture and the students wore
Prof. Conloy stated that be would not lecture
turo as long ns Grjftin was In the room. It is
leared that.a serious conflict will take place
between the students and officers Monday , as
the students art ) determined tnat Griflln
shall continue tp take their lectures for tncm ,
while the authorities , on the other band ,
maintain that .tho .instructions of the .faculty
must bo carried out.
a-irKA'rr JURIES n'juiu ! LOST.
"Wreck of ji LtrltlBh \ > ssi > l Off tlio Coast of
AsTonu , Ore. , Jon ! ! 0. The British ship
Ferndole , coal ladbn , wont ashore yesterday.
"When , iho Forndalo wont nshoro sbo was
seventy miles north of the mouth of the
Columbia rlvor , near Gray's harbor. The
wrecK occurred at anyllght. Twenty llvos
were lost including that of Captain .Blair.
Three of the crow were saved by being
washed asboro upon pieces of wreck
age. Tbn vessel Is reported a total
loss. fcihe was coal laden ana
palled from Newcastle , N. S. W. , November
4 for Portland , Ore. She was consigned to
Balfour. Guthrlo& Co. , Portland. Thescouo
of the "wreck was a mile nortn of whore the
Abercrom was wrecked. Owing to lack of
telegraph facilities furtber news is unob
tainable nt prcsonf.
British Vlco-Consul Cherry of this city has
telegraphed to Urny's harbor to care for tbo
survivors until they are able to bo brought
Tbo Ferndalo HAS spoken last Sundav ,
fifty miles off tbo entrance to the Columbia
river. Captain Nicuolls of the ship Scottish
Isles , who arrived this afternoon , roj orls
when ho was In tbo locality of the wreck ,
yesterday afternoon , a strong wind sprang
11 D from the west. Ho tacked shin and stood
out to sea. Ho supposed Captain Blair of
the lost ship must have tacked on tba other
quarter and stood ou toward shore nnd "was
caught by a fatal-currant aud was carried in
tbo swirl to tbo northeast. The sea was the
highest over known on the coast.
( lurza Said to lie Hulnj ; for J'tirilnn lie
Will Visit ITcnlclrut Dlnx.
SAN A > ( TOXIO , Tax. , Jan. ilO. Cantatn
Bourke , United States army , tbo famous
Indian fighter , who , while In pursuit of
Garza , wa himself captured and detained by
the Mexican authorities , is hero , and says ho
will try to capture Uarza , but doe * not an
ticipate succeeding In this unless the grass
raise * sufliclout to feed ana nourish tun
bones of CJarza's jnen. who ore scattered
into small squads of flvoor sir , and will not
como together again until grass Is cood.
CITY OF MEXICO , .Tati.au , It Is not denied
thatGarzn has begged for pardon from Prcsl *
tlont Diaz , offering to betray bin followers. It
is stated that Garza will DO hero shortly with
the intention of arranging the matter ,
Several of Dana's lieutenants are petition
ing for pardon.
It Is rumored that the death sentence
pasted on Colonel Horinjudez at Monterey has
already been confirmed by the supreme court
ot military Justice.
After Alonluim lIornothloirB , '
HELENA , Mont. , Jan. Jto. Tbo depredations
of horsethioves have become so extensive in
this vicinity that a gam ; of citizens was
organized to hunt thom down. A few days
ago , In an encounter , four of the thieves
were Wiled. Tno thieves outnumbered the
citizens , and a call for reinforcements has ,
been made. An effort is being made to rals > o
a fund of f-.OOO to aid in the capture.
KfTecU of thn Kv Turlir.
PA.WS , Jan , ! , A decree , putting into
force the now tariff law has boon signed by
President Caruot , It 1 $ preceded by a re
port from Foreign Minister Ulbot , inwhich
It U stated that the trial of the new regime
Is being rasao under more favorable con.
ditlons than was expected , Enormous quan
tities of Spanish and French merchandise
are accumulating at tbo frontier and tt in
hoped tbut everything will pass through before -
fore February 1.
The brassori saloon keepers of i'arls met
lost evening to discuss the consequences of
the now tariff ns regards Gornnnn beer. The
increase of duty has the effect of raising the
prjco of'bock boor a halt'ponnyl Some favor
reducing this to compor.snto for tbo Increased
.Cost of beverage , but the majority were con
vinced that t would bo compelled to ralso
the prlco , Tbo cbango bonollts retailers nt
tbo expense of iho public , nnd will do no
coed to French brewer. * , because Parisians
decline to drlnit French beers. 'Thoro U al
ready n crcat outcry on the part ot the
ooiniLun jiv run v < istRinin/rn.
Vnlunbln Coimcrtlnin Snvrd from thu Cnnn-
illiin Compnny'fl ( > ni p.
CHICAGO , 111. , Jan. 150. H Is reported upon
what seems to bo good authority that n , deal
has Just boon consummated whereby the
Lnko Shore & Mich I can Southern Hollroad
company secures control of the Detroit , Lan
ding & Northern , nnd the Chicago A ; West
Michigan roads. A prominent railroad otll-
clal of this city said today that bo had no
doubt of the truth of the report as ho had
hoard It from n reliable source , although not
nt llDortv to plvo the nnmo of his Informant.
Besides , It Is known that the Detroit ,
Lansing & Nonborn nnd the Chicago
& West MlchUan have boon In'tho market
forsomo tlmo. Tuoy-cu'O both owned by the
same company of which Nathaniel Ttmycr of
Boston Is president , nnd tnoy form a system
that covers a largo territory In Michigan ,
with a line runnlng'north to Traverse City.
Thov hava Ion * boon valuable conu'cotions.of
the Lnko Shore and Cnlcogo & Grand Trunk ,
and , Indeed , tlioro has been considerable
itpcculation as to wbothor the property would
eventually fall Into the hands of the Vnndcr-
t > llu or be gobbled tip by the Grand Trunk.
Tbo secrecy with which too negotiations
have been conducted IhdtcatcTthat the Vnn-
dcrbllt's were alive to the faot that a power
ful rival was ready to compete for the pro-
party at the first intimation of u prospective
deal , and the result shows that that they
wore successful stealing'a'march 011 the
Canadian company. It Is predicted that ab
sorption of tbo Detroit , Lancing & Northern
system by the Lake Shore will send the stock
of that company up to par. [ t is a most valu
able accessor to tbo Yundnrblll line , and the
deal Is regarded as a most important ono.
At the same tlmo It Is likely to provo n
rather severe blow to the Grand Trunk ,
which had Just as much to gain in securing
these feeders for Its own lino.
Appeals have boon taken In two cases "by
tbo Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha
road from decisions raado by Chairman Fin-
ley of the Western Passenger association.
The flrst of these cases aroso' from' a charge
made by the Onmha against the Mllwauk < o
& St. Paul , In which It accused Its competi
tor of having sold n ticket'from Duluth to
Chicago , via St. Paul ; oolow the tariff rates.
The Milwaukee & St. Raul denied the charge
and made a counter charge ptmalicious
-pro'ocutlon analnst Its Inccusor. Tbo chair
man dismissed tbo chnrgo against the Mil
waukee & St. Paul , ana sustained that
against the Omaha road , which ho ilnod$100. ,
Tbo Onmha appealed to 'arbitration , and
James .Barker , B. T ) . Coldweli nnd t ) . G.
Edwards were chosen' to hoar thh case
Tobruary 5. In the other 'ca&o the npponl late
to the association , Chairman Fiuley having
ruled that the Omaha must redeem at full
tariff rates a ticket Issued by ata mgont in
exchange for ono issued by the Northern
Pacific and afterwards found In n broker's
.Representatives of the lines interested in
Kansas truflla bavo been In session hero two
days considering the order recently issued
by tbo railroad commissioners of that state
to reduce freight ratos. Unless the reduc
tions ordered by tno state authorities are put
Into effect next Monday tbo commissioners
have given notice that they will themselves
reduce tbo rates by February 10. The man
agers wcra wjdo apart on the Question of
whether it would bo advisable to
resist the order by appealing to the
courts for protection , and prolonged dis
cussion failed to bring them ; nearer
together on that point. It was finally de
cided this afternoon to hold conferences sim
ultaneously in Chicago and Topeka next
Monday with a view to asking the commis
sioners for a raboarlnir of the caso. "
The end of thb.boycott against Iho Chicago
& Alton road was , reached today , when no
tices were received i bv'Gonoral ' , Passenger
Agent Ctmrltan that tlw Now York-Central ,
the Mlcblgan-Ceatral , jhq"'Lako Shore .and
the Pennsylvania lines bolu east andwest ot
Pittsburg haa nirantfed to assume nossqnger
relations with the Alton February \ .
JUoiil 8 the Story.
GnAsn RAPIDS , Mich. , Jan. 30. Division ,
Superintendent A. B. Newell , of the Lake
Shore , son of President John Newall , 'when
seen tonight , as to the alleged -purchase of
the Detroit , Lansintr & Northern railroad ,
said that thorn was not a word of truth In
tbo rumor. "I beard of It,1' ho said , ' "last
"Wednesday , in St. Louis. I saw Mr. Agnew
of tbo Chicago & West Michigan , today , and
ho said nothing about It. lie was tntcr-
vlowcd in a sleeper bound for Chicago , but
denied that his visit bad any special signifi
cance. This cltv is headquarters for the
Detroit , Lansing & Northern system- but all
olllclals uro out of town over Sunday , nnd
nothing further can bo learned.
Work of the Hate Committee' . '
ST. Louis , Mo. , Jan , 00. Tbo rate committee -
too of the Southwestern Hallway association
adjourned today after a two'weeks' session.
The lust day's ' -work was of routine character.
Tbo executive committee will now moot to
review tbo rate committee's action. .
Disgraceful Scene Created byuii Aged Jinn's
NKW YonK. Jan. 0. "Polled ! * Police !
Arrest this man. Ho is trying to steal my
bag and umbrella , " screamed a handsome ,
well dressed woman , while at tbo same tlmo
sbo struggled with an elderly man at tbo cor
ner of Sixth avenue and Forty-seamd-streot
at 8 'o'clock last night. The woman wns
short ann stout and had a wealth of reddish
golden buir. Sbo were a longscalskln sucquo
and carried n pair of solitaire diamonds. She
was about 23 years oldt ,
The man with whom . ho was strugg lin
was tall and good loaning , nboutJiO years of
ape. He were gray slue whiskers.
Policeman Ueardon hoard the cries of the
woman and ran to her assistance , grasping
the man by thn arm. v .
"Tako him to the stationI' , ska euld to the
policemen , "I will inatte a complaint against
' OlWcer , " said tho.man. . . , " .this , woman is
my wife. She wants to go away , by nersolf
tonight , but I want her to go homo with me.
We live in Philadelphia. "
The policeman decided to take jtbem to tbo
West Thirtieth street .stajion and. have tbo
case investigated by Sergeant Cooper ! .
To tbo sergeant the man described himself
as Algernon Douglas , f > U years old , of 70 Pine
street , Pliilpdolphla.
"This woman Is my wifo"sald tbo man.
"I am not his wife , " said the woman. "He
tried to steal my bag and umbrella and I
want him locked up. '
Tue sergeant took the roan into a private
room and asked htm to toll the trao facts of
"Sergeant , this woman Is ray wife , " said
ho , "wo cnmo from Philadelphia on Thurs
day and Intended to rotum to our homo in
Philadelphia tonight. When I spoke to my
wife about catching the train she refused to
go. I-was trying to induce her to go , when
uho made the disturbance on the street which'
attracted a great crowd and caused ray wife
to call upon th.o police. I am a wealthy
man , and bavo spent mote tnan $00,000 on
ray wife. In Phlladolnblasbohasoverythlng-
she wants a beautiful house and everything
febat wealth can buy. "
When questioned by Sergeant Cooper tno
woman said that she was the man's wifo.
She acknowledged all ho said about tbo
money ho had spcnr on her.
"I was married to this man seven years
ujo , " sue said , "on Governors Island , I was
the daughter of an armv ofllcor who was stc-
llauod on the island. No , I will uot tell you
my niuldon nauiu. "
"Ilelg too old forme. I don't Ilka being
an eld man's darling. " -
Mr. Douglas was very affectionate to bis
wlfo in tbo station house , calling her ' 'Gertie ,
At half past 0 o'clock the pair bad appar
ently patched up all differences and loft the
station house arm in arm , the best of friends.
JtKVLAHKl ) .1 UUYCOTT.
Hebrew Itetldeuts of Cujio BIhy OrunuUu for
CAIT. MAY , N. J. , Jan. CO. The Hebrew
oolony at Woodblno on the Vfost Jersey rail
road bo * begun a boycott on the storekeepers
ot DenuUvllle , which is about three miles
from hare. The village barber at Donuls-
vllla Is the cduso of the trouble. Ono of
the Hobrtveenionbts wont to the barnor
and had his long locks cut In such an nrtlstlo
mnnnor tbat the barber soon bad a rush of
business ffom the' colony , Some of
the barbel's regular customers In
Dcnnlsvlllo \ expressed displeasure nt
meeting Ulp HGbfcws In tb.9 bar
ber shop , anil finally thcro wore so many
complaints neatest them that the barber ex
cluded thom TtCm his shop. Tbo Hebrews
became indignant , nnd to thoroughly test tbo
barber's IntcuilLons toward thorn , ono ot the
colonists presented himself In the shop to bo
shaved and to bavo hU hair cut. The barber
firmly refused 'to ' do the work and the
Hebron * wont axtny indignant nnd Informed
his fellow-countrymen of the barber's action.
The Hobniwctil/my then declared a boycott ,
not only on the barber , but also ou the vil
lage doctor , undertaker and storekeepers.
Tbo colonists declare that not ono dollar of
their money nhall go Into the bands of the
tradesmen of Dennlsvlllo. They are doing
all their business with the storekeepers of
Tuckaplo , six miles away , nnd must walk or
rtrlvo over u very rough country road.
Onnnf , Amrrlvn'ft Crnck Cllppprx.
New YOUK , Jan. 80 , The mngnitlcont
American ship Stienandoah nrrlvod today ,
after n passage of thirty-six days from
Havre. She came Into the narrows flying a
commodore's pennant 100 feet long , presented
by Iho merchants of San Francisco Just before -
fore her departure far Havro some tlmo ago ,
on which trip she distanced five of her com
petitors. She experienced west gales in the
channel , lasting olcht days. Her actual passage -
sago was matin In seventeen days , and on
January ,1 and f > , with a modorrto northeast
breeze , she ran 270 Knot each day. She will
bo laid In a berth for Bun Francisco.
ST. PnTEiisnuiia , Jan. 80. The Hussion im-
porlal revenue for the first ton months of
1801 is 87,000,000 roubles loss than the rev
enue for the salno time in 1803 , while the
total expenditures are 27,003,030 roubles
ItUMOHS AND GOSSIP.
Chill in Still Very Much Unsettled Over the
lCoi irf/if ( ? l IStt by Jama ( Ionian Jltiincit , }
SANTIAGO , Chill ( via Galveston , Tox. ) ,
Jan. SO. [ By Mexican Cable to the Now
York Herald Special to TUB Bui.1 The
rumor that the United States government
will Insist ou n salute to the stars aud stripes
has caused a revival in some measure of tbo
excitement hero. Such n demand would
certainly bo resented by the Chilians. The
belief has boon , generally accepted that
the reply of Chill to the ultimatum had mot
with the approval of'tho United States , and
to demand a salute in the present state of
this country , which Is full of adherents of
the late President Balmaceda , only awaiting
n chance to ralso riiiotlior revolution , would
make it appear , that tbo United States is
nnxioUs to minister to the "wishes of these
people , who are every day endeavoring to
Minister Kgan Upheld.
The present government has dealt lenient
ly with Its opp'ppp ts , and but few are now
in Jail. It is ttyJ earnest deslro of President
Montt to have ft.fluiot. reign , but the fact
remains tbat political parties are not In good
shape and thore.ls a disturbing olainont pres
ent. ) / -5
Minister Egauj today received a oablo
dispatch from 18.00. rotary Blaluo , stating that
the charge tnadq.by the Chilian government
that bo had raqdejt misrepresentation to his
Rovcrnmont lUiSUUlncr that Minister Porolra
had granted safe Conducts to tbo refugees Is
untrue. The -United States through the entire -
tire affair has nothing to complain of Mr.
I ganjs , actldij's'.j' On the Contrary , his
course IJTcouslojorgd highly commendable' . Mr.
Egan nas transmitted > tha mossagp to the
Chilian cabinet for its , information.
. , . .o r.
- , , Ex Mlnl3terfof , 'Forelgn . .Affairs Malta.
German 'Minister ' Gutachimdt'and London
Times Correspondent Thompson are , three of
tbo most thoroughly/ discomfited /pen in
Chlll'today. 'Their schemes to foil , the nego
tiations with tbo United States .have failed
The moraine , newspapers in commenting
on President Harrison's last message have
oil turned and.contaln eulogies of the "grand
republic of the'north. " ,
A peculiar point In this affair is that Au-
gustin Edivarus , who owes bis life and prop
erty to' the intervention of Minister Egan ,
Ehoul&Vhavo been foremost In the bitter fight
ngalnst'hlin andtbe North Americans.
There is any , thing out a coed feeling
among the powers that.be at Santiago. Sen
ator D.omlngo Terra Horrora told me that
the ministry sprung both the ultimatum and
the reply at the council of state on Monday ,
much to his surprls'p.
Adylcn Is'ot Heeded ,
There was no disguising tbo fact that the
government thought that the matter could
bo handled with Blalno and Egan. Senor
Terre Herrara Is a graduate of the George
town ( Colo. ) School of Mines and speaks
English perfectly. Ho remarked that all
along he had opposed the action against
Egan , though bo did not agree with him.
tils advice , however , bad not been heeded.
Exchange , in response to the solution of
tbo trouble , is rising. An appropriation has
peon voted to raise the war ship Blanco
Encaladowhich was sunk by the torpedo
boats Condell aud Lynch. The contracts have
not as yet been granted. Thu cabinet minis
ters have presented claims arising from the
destruction of property In August last.
Advices from Montevideo state that Ad
miral Walker and his fleet are at that place.
AVliy ICfc'iiii' * Itceull Wua Ankml.
Several members of the Chilian cabinet
bavo stated to the 'Associated Press corro-
respondent that the reason tbo recall of Mr.
Kfjan was requested last week was that ho
hud notified Secretary Blalno the Chilian
government had Issued a safe conduct for
refugees and had afterwards withdrawn it.
The newspapers hero publish a dispatch
rom Mr. Blalno tp Mr. Egan rccelyed today ,
In which the "United States secretary of
state saya that Mr. Egan has never informed
him that asafut conduct had been furnUbod
fur rot ucocs. oTw
Scnor Porcla , . Chilian minister of foreign
affairs , has tban1e49Mr. Egan for having
given htm a copv o h'o dispatch mentioned.
Mr. Ezan recelvcd onight from Mr. Blaluo
a dlspatob , the Import ot which Is similar to
tbat of the. mosfcib sent to congress by
President Harrlsia'pn Thursday. In this
Mr. Elaine says , $ / . , the president is satis-
fled with the wiUuttawal of sonar Malta's
telegram and tbd request for Mr. Egaa's re
call , and hopes tlrtiftuo affair of the attack
on /JaUlinonAif'ilon In Valparaiso will bo
settled amlcablyjq' jie contents of this latter
dispatch will be ( ftaYoyed to Minister Po-
rotra by Mr. Egan on Monday next.
iVhut uu Kxpert Tlln'ki ( of tlio lll- Factories
vl fho Mute.
A sugar boat expert , In tbo person of E.
Balich , recently .ot ParU.but now of Norfolk ,
Is at the Millara hotel. ' He also attended the
convention ye&terday at ; the Board of Trade.
In an Interview with a BEK representative
last night he said ;
"Nebraska now. has two beet sugar fac
tories. The flratonp was erected in 1890 , by
tbo Oxnard Beet Sugar -company. It has
been in successful operation einoo that time.
The other factory was built and operated
with the same success at Norfolk in 18'Jl.
Both factories have been provided with the
newest aud most Improved machinery , Im
ported from France. To sugar made U of
the finest quality and much appreciated In
the market. A ouo tlmo a half cent over the
inarkot price of sugar was paid for it.
"My long oxperltmco in the sugar business
as well as in the beet growing industry and
in the manufacture of 'sugar , permits mo to
appreciate Nebraska u a suL-ar beet stato.
Soil nnd Climate are as well adapted to beet
culture as In nny other pnrfof the world.
"If some of the Nebraska farmers did not
make h success , tlmt mentis they did not
make much money In cultivating beets. I
would stuto first that the past two yoirs
have boon very favorable i'or boot growing.
The year of 1SIH ) was a dry season , nnd the
oldest settlers In Hall county did not remem
ber of having seen such n disparaging year
for many reasons , nnd In 1891 n very dry
spring wns lollowod by a wet season , Add
to that the number of farmers to whom the
boot culture \vn. something now. nnd you
will not bo surprised that the buot crop was
.not an excellent ono.
"Tho farmers In Luropo do not expect
every year an extra good crop , nnd In talkIng -
Ing with them you will llnd that they take ,
as n rule , n period of six years , which they
divide ns follows : Two bad yonrs , nearly
failures , ono extra good one nnd throe mid
dling ; that moan * where the crops are good
nnd where tbo farmer Is making money , but
without being n very rich year.
"A farmer In Europe does not got discour
aged If ho has one. or oven two bad years.
lie expects to get n good ono \hlcn pnys nnd
bo forcota his disappointments of the un
"I nm sirro that the Nebraska farmers will
soon find out that there * is money in beet
raising , nnd lu a few years the sugar boot
will bo ona ot the principal cultures of the
"I have always hoard that the high wages
for labor In America would not allow beet
growing successfully , but the part of expense -
penso for labor In tbo total cost of raising
ono ncro of beets Is a very small ono if I take
the average In France. Tbo expense of fer
tilizing Is $20 to the ncro nnd the rout for
laud is often higher tbnn the value of the
land here. The French farmer Is paylne 57
to $3 rent for an acre nnd his taxes to pay
per ncro are $ ' .CO. And still ho makes in an
"ordinary year $25 to $30 clear from ono ncro
nnd ho doubles this In nn extra good year. If
n French farmer , with so many charges on
his land , can maki a good profit , why cannot
nn American farmer do ill
"Nebraska's fields are excellent for sugar
boot raising , and each farmer should encour
age tbo erection of sugar factories in the
state. In doing so he is working for himself.
Boct'ralsingln a proper and scicntiQo man-
her Will bring him moro money than corn
raising over can do.
"Ono moro woru about the profit for a town
where tbo sugar factory is located. I could
not glvo ynu n bettor Illustration , OH this en
terprising little city of Norfolk , vvhero the
citizens spant $150,000 in cash and gave fifty
acres of. land as a bonus to cct the sugar fac
tory located In tholr town. They hnvo tbo
satisfaction to see the city growing every
day , other Industries are trolrig to osUbllsh
there , and Norfolk will bo in a short tlmo an
important con tor. "
- roan. incKi'iriKS.
Pierce Ilyan of Millard brought In twenty-
tlx bushels of corn yesterday and delivered
it to tbo Board of Trade to bo donated to tbo
Al L'chmnn , pf the'Hotel Dollone , received
n telegram last night announcing the serious
illness of his mother at Ionia , Mich. Ho will
lonvo f or hs | homo today.
The Brtptlst church of South Omaha Is
holding revival meetings on Twenty-seventh ,
between N and M. All are cordially Invited
to attend Sunday services , 11 a. in. uud 7 p. m.
W. S. Shoemaker swore out a warrant
against J. D. Burgoss. a candy man who has
n stand at Sixteenth nnd Farnam streets ,
yesterday for selling prohibited literature. "
Burgess xvas selling the Kansas City Sun.
Mr. Fullreid of West Omaha has loft at
THE BBE ofllco a sample of sirup made from
tbo sugar beet. Ho savs it is used by .some
people as a table sirup aud is considered
equal to tbo best sugar House drip. It is of a
dartc reddish color and Is rather pleasant to
Mr. Judson Hughes has resigned his posi
tion ns United States storekeeper at this
point , to take effect February t. Tbo store
keepers and gaugors of tba local internal
revenue oltice. who have boon Mr. Hughes'
associates , presented him last evening with
a gold-headed cauo as a token of their es
teem. The retiring ofliclnl will engage in
The ramaius of Warren Finch will be
taken this evening at U:30 : o'clock to Man
chester , la.for interment. His brother , D.
H. Finch cf that -place , is now .in Omalm and
will accompany tbo body to its last .resting
place. The deceased was a block watchman
jiround the hotels and was highly respected
by his friends. Ho died of pneumonia , which
disease was contracted by a cold taken at the
recent tug of war at tbo Coliseum.
Dr. L. Glllott of Beatrice is at the Dellono.
J. L. Cnldwollof Lincoln is at the Millard.
J. H. Owen of Pierre. S. D. , Is at the Mur
ray.G. . W. Mauror of Beatrice Is at the Ar
, M. M. Dowdsou of Lincoln is at the Ar
. B..L. Sprasuoof Pluttsmouth Is a Dollono
J. F. Brown of Missouri Valley Is at the
E. M. Gibson of Claries , Nob. , Is stopping
nt tbo Uollone.
H. C. Brown and.daupntor of Kearney ore
W. G.-Slraonson of Alliance. Neb. , is stop-
ting at the Arcade.
-George M. Baker of Grand Island Is regis
tered at the Arcade.
F , Faulkner of Schuylor , Nob. , is regis
tered at the Paxtou.
S. A. Conloy of Norfolk , Nob. , is regis
tered at the Dellono.
M. A. Priddle of Beaumont , Noo. , Is rogif.-
tered at the Murray.
John A. Dalnos , J. M. Craig and A. E.
Barrett are at the Arcade.
Alfred Haztoll and A. V. S. Sa'unders of
Beatrice were at tno Pnxton yesterday.
At tbo Lizard Passed , Chuga from Now
York , fur Antwerp ; LaGuscogno from Now
York far Havre.
At Prowl Point Passed , Lanfrandor from
Antwerp for Now York ,
At London Columbia from Now York.
The International ProtB club delegates have
boun bunn.uotoJ ut Dutrult , Mich.
Ilooy , .ox-presldcnt uf tbo Adams Kxprcss
company , bus organized u now express com
Toltpn Hull , who ban boon ( m trial ut Hoao-
eke , Vu. , for murder , hits boon To und guilty of
Hon. M. J. tit one of Nevada , Mo. , has an
nounced his candidacy for HID gubernatorial
chair of Missouri.
An uloctrlo car on the Hlco street nnd West
Pt. Paul road rim ovcir two children named
I'rod und Itosa Ivu an nuur thu end of thu di
vision on Itlco street. Both wore Instantly
An explosion of BUS occurred in the upper
ooal mine ot Joseph Walton & Co. , ut Wutt
nilzubnth , Pa. , resulting In the Injury of John
Phillips and two minors. The otnor minor *
Contractors on the Montana Central rail-
roud are Imvlni : troublu with local lalior
OKanlzatlani ut Unite , which are endouvor-
Ing tu mnUo the contractors puy higher wagon
tj tholr mon ,
Ily nn explosion of pas In the No. 1 ulmft of
the SutiijUDUiitinab i-oul mine ut Nuntlcouo ,
I'.t , thruuJiiun , Kimono Alexander. Trank 1 ox
und Mlohaol llcrckinc , wuru Buvorely burned.
Ilereklni ! will probably dlo.
William Edgorly was arrested In Stlllwator.
Minn. , for drunkenness , and when huurrlvud
ut the jail wan taken -with u violent tit of hlo-
couuhlng. Sobovero wus thu attack that thu
man'mUu Is now dlapalrod uf ,
A incuUtiR has boun bold In Now York City
to make arrangements for the muss mooting
to prntcstagaliiBt the action ut tbodoniooratlo
etuto oommlttuo In culling an early slatu con
vention. Ttio date sot for tlila roootlng was
February 11. \
Charles Lander , salesman of a Han .Antonio
Jowolrv bouse , took J7.00J worth of Jewelry
und diamonds to show to n would-be pur
chaser , Hu was robbed pf thu vuluublos , uud
Charles Carlson und Alfred lirown have bcuu
Timothy Illnckstone , president of the Chicago
cage & Alton ralliouu , Intondu to oroot In
tlranlfopd. Conn. , a monument to his father ,
tlio late Captain Jumes iltackstotiu , In thu
shape ut u public library which will ctut
from 1125.000 to HSO.OOD.
SPKCIAL ORDINANCE NO. 1070.
An ordinance levying a special tux 'ind ns-
bcssmunt on curtain lots und real estate In
thu city uf Umunu. tocorer the cost of sloji-
wEeroa. * . It liarinj boon and boine hereby
adjudged , ilotcrmlnud und utubll > * lieil that
tbeuoverul lots und puoe ! of roalcntulo huro-
Innftur referred to. bavo each boon specially
boneUttud to the full amount heroin levied
aud auneased uxaliut ouch uf > uld loll and
l > leoa ufroBl ustuto , rwpceUyely , bjr reason
of the slop'n * of that p.\rt of cortiln Ion ,
done iinlrr contract with Knuft I'aUtlmn. a
Therefore , for tlfo purpose of pnylnit tlio
eo t ol surll slopltur :
l Ui > r.tftlnoHr the city council of the city
cf Oinnlm ;
fuvlluii 1. That thorost of * lointloti ) ! In thn
rlty of Oinitlin. slid omt botiu tbo sum ot
fl.6n.ni , < ilil sloping helm : done under ron-
tr.-iL-twttli Kntx AcUnllntinn , bruin. 1 tha sunn
N bi'reby I o vied nnd asio oil , iicconllirt to
special bciu'HH liv rci nnof said sloplnir.itpnn
the tollowhu lots and roul oil ito MS shown by
the Konurnlly N'erunlrod nuip of tin oily of
Uninlin , IVST , lltlmgraphol and piibltshot hv
C K. Mnync. Kuldcim beini no lovlod on slid
lots 'ind real estate , respectively , as follow * ,
to- wit !
O H Unllou ot al , n SO ft. Ambler 1'liico $ .VM r.'i '
Henry Amber. Ill blk 10 , " 14' ' ) 41
It'Jblklli , " 2. " > 2l
" H a blk 10. " 1487
It 4 blk n. " R 40
J. P Enonold. lotll blok 5. IlrlJgs Place 4 III
W H Lonchotn ) , ItOblkf. , " U 71
Lottie llenson. It 7 nlk \ " Id ! tt
John U ItrvHun , U R blk o. " 2r > 40
, . " ito blk. \ " ; n M
Jas b Sburmnn , w 25 f I It U blk C , " n ID
_ . ; it 12 bik a. " n : .
Cornelia H I3itbcrt.lt 11 blk.TCrosoontt"k n 74
" It IS blk It. 7111
, ' u in mica , " r so
Mnry 1 niiriisw40ftlt4blkllonmuur'co8 43
Ocod Weeks , It 5 blk I , " 12 01
llowarJ It Smith , it o blk t. " 0 ni
Mary I ) Hums , it ; blk i. " 451
Win A Saunilurs , It 2) ) blk 5. Kl llbv 1'laeo fi 40
Itlehurl JDolancy , us , biu n , ' ' 4 : u
, . . " tt2Jblkr > , " in M
James MoMlllan.lt 21 lilkfl. ' 12 M
Chus lv Collins , It " 7 lilk-r . " 0 in
it'JSblkri , " fie :
I.oulsu J Lewis , n f 0 tl M HI blk R , " 0 :
lUUblkK " 2119
Omnha It H & Trust Co. It I blk 7 , " 4 51
Its blk 7. " 4 ( is
" lttbll ? " 1 74
John II Clark. It Dhlk 14 , KounUo Ud add 7 TO
II Koiintn > , ItO blk 17. " 7 2S
AdellnoKuth.lt IS blk 10. " II SI
llnnry Woodiird , It II bile 1 , Lancaster 1'1'e 2 10
\Vni II Alexander , It 12 , 1st udd to
Lkovlcw. 1 37
EubortK Trench , H 13 , 1st add to Lako-
vlaw , 4 2J
Kneli A Koglostrom , It 1U blk G , Mou-
inouili Park , 10 y
l.vanct'lle.il linAssn , It 1 blk 6 , Mon-
moutli 1'nrk , 20 02
Kviingcllcal im ASJII , lot 21 blkO , Monmouth -
mouth Park ; 0 07
.Tonnlo U Ciirnes.lt 14 blk AOrcharJ Hill 17 IK
J oriyii3 , ItlShlk 13 , . " 11 Ol
Ohiirk'S It Shurnuui , It 21 blk 14. " 1(1 ( 5J
I ) Mount J : Ed ItHlilertt2-blkiri. " 2U 41
Harriet A Joiif.i nlt94 , Stewart Place 10 8S
The Franciscan SMcrhood , blk 1 , youth
Uniuhn udd. 20 72
Matilda A lletwllor , w5 ! It 8 blk 0.
Uoed'fl 1st udd. 0 22
John S Wood , It 0 blk (1. ( Rood's 1st add 4 IU
Ohurlos li1 Drlsuoll , It 0 blk 7. " 14 O'i
John II Krck , HiV)0 ) ft. It in , Tuttlo'snuh IK .VI
Oliarlcs A One. It U blk 12 , Wust Omului 44 ' 'I
I'bobo JC 1C Llntoii , lax It 4 BOO 2D-1.VIU 2JU IIS
Krod Krui ? , u ss ft It 1 blk 12 , imurovo-
incnt As-ii iidd , Gl 33
Hcnrr J Wlig.-i , a 04 ft o GO f 1 7-G , Im-
provcninont Assn udd , 2070
Total . i . . . . . $1.50301
Section S. Tlmt the spi'dal taxes nnd assiws-
inenls levied mid ussuHsod as uforosiild , Hliull
be duo liniiicdliitoly upon the imssagojiml ap
proval uf this ordinance , and shall bocoinoau-
llnnuunt If not paid within llfty diivs tUuro-
nftor ; nnd lliereiipon Interest shall bo nitdod
ntthc rate of ono percent a inonlli , payublu In
iidviuico from lllo tlmo said tuxus Uccomo HO
. ocuo.ill. That this ordinance Klmll luke
offuut and bo lu force from and utter" Its p.is-
1'assod .Tanuarv 2nd , 18W.
JOHN UltOVnS. City Clerk.
T. J. LOWHY , P.-usldunt City Ooiincll.
Approved January 7t' ' > . isoi
GIO 1' . HEM IS. Mayor.
The above tux Is now xluo and payubloat
tlio oflk-e of tbo city tie isimir.and wlllbecome
dullnqiienl and bear Interest nftor 1'obruary
27th , IblU , us seen In section 1 ! of above ordin
ance. 1IEXUY UOLLN , Tioasurer.
SPECIAL ORDINANCE NO. 1071. ,
An ordinance luvylnznhpoulul tax and assess
ment upon rortuln lots , parts of lots nnd
real estate In the city of Oiiiuhu , for the re
pairing of sldcwi.llo.
wherrns , tlio owners , rospoetlvely , of the
lots , parts of lots und ruul ustatti borolnaftur
dcscrlhoJ , have failed to repair sldowutk ?
within tlio tlmo allowed by ordinance , .iftur
dun nnd proper notice .so todo , und
Whereas , sucn shlewr.lks have been duly re
paired by J. E. KnowlcE , tne contnutor to
whom was awarded thu coiitractfoi-construct-
Inir und repalrlni ; Hldowulks , uud
Wbeious , thu sever tl lots , parts of lots and
real estate have ouuli been specially uoncllttcd
to thu full amount of thu special tux and as
sessment , horgln levied , by reason of such Im
provement opposite the same , respectively :
Therefore , for tlio purpose of covering und
lay Ins thu cost of such Improvement :
i lu It ordained hy.the city council of the city
of Omaha :
Hcutlon 1. That tbi ) several sums act opoo-
slte the lots , p'irtsot lol und real estate here
inafter described , be und tbo sainoiiro hereby
loipoctlvoly levied and assessud upon each of
said lots , purls of lots und real estate , us fol
lows lo-wlt :
Mary E Itedlclc ctal.
JfJblk 70. City of Onmha $0 12
Annie M Kennedywt4 ft It 4 blk 171 " JO
Thus If Hall. Itfi blk 1(7. ! ( " 1 2S
Union 1'aelllc Uy Oo , It 4 blk 210 " 112
T O I'elle. b4 ! It 1 blk 2T.I " 70
I'luttsiiiouth lnvuslmontCo.lt Ob 1B2S4" Ci
Tlenu .L Ueii70n. It H blk 1S3K " 22
AVm A liedick , n'/5 lot 1 blk I03J5 " 4 71
I'utrlek T Murphy , It 8 bile 4 , Bosgs &
Hill's 1st addition 283
Chas.I Johnson , ItH blk 0 , BtiRcs & Hill's
2nd addition Ill
N Y & O L & T Co. It 2 , llurr OuU udd 88
WPUliuiiiborH , ltl ! " , Iti
N Y & O L & T Co , It5 " 18
Thus II I'atteraon , ltd " U5
Thus O Wood , It 10. " 15
do It 11 " 'I" )
doH12. . f J10
lloslna Dolman , e'/i H 21 " 01
John AMoSlinno , It2.'i ' 4 OU
Jacob II Huiidrlx.lt 20 " 00
John II Sullivan , w 100 ft It-'l7 " 18
J.uuy A Ilecliol , H 41 ft It 2 blk 2. Capitol Hill (14 (
illcnj 11 Wood , it Hi , Cortliindt 1'lauu 41
Junnln I'hitA l ! 2 blUi ; , Dculsu'fludd.'i
Susan E Harts It 11 blUa . . . . 18
Slury S Atkjim. It 1 , Ellrubeth 1'liico 40
Umuha Ht ify Co.lt 12 blk 12 llanscom 1'1'e 23
Win E Clurk. It lh bik 12 " 18
Addle M Orevy.-lt 14 blk 17 " 1H
Ilnnmilititllialtl5bllcl7 " 25
Joseph M KIchuriiK , It 10 blk 17 " 70
1'rancls M. H-iiiitor. It 13 blk 18 " 18
3 H Spctmau ut al. It 15 blk 18 " 18
JohnSholborj , It 17 blk 18 " 5J
Juntos C Mulvoll , It20 blk 18 18
Patrick I'Dnim'son ' , It 21 blk 18 " 18
Suiuuel Cotnor. ltd blk 18 " 88
' It 21 blk 18 " ftll
Jntncsll Iioll.lt 4 blk 4 , Hillside No. II ua lit
John F. Coud , It 5 blk 4 " 44
" H7blk4 " 81
Hush Murphy , ltd Ink 0 , Improve * t Assnas
.131 KosiH 47 ft It ft blk ID , " 2U
B ICKocorR.it 8 blk 10 " 2 h8
Jnek .Morr.sou , o4 ! It 2. Isaac ft Crlllln'H. . l U.l
Wm MOIinos.Jt JO blk 15 , JoiMteu'Mbub
of blk l.r > , .SUInii'8udd 13
Cotur. llcnna lHraoilt51)10.1\ountze'idad ! : I L'.l
LoulHSc-lirooid-rTr. ItObilclO " 1 MJ
And Uundur.lt 7 lilk 10 . " 2 2
A KotinUc. IfJblkM " 1
I'rmikinVhllnoy. It 1 < I blk 13 " 22
John L McCazuo. It 14 blk 14 " 53
KAlbtunbors. HOblk 15 " 44
Chus I ) Ilrown. It 11 blk 15 " III
Joseph Hclinilrll , It 1 hlkl.IvounUb 4th ud 13
Havld SkalnaUonskv. If-'blUl " 2(1 (
Henry I.ovi ut ut. It 5 hill 1 ' 20
Fred Ornxel , It 10 blk 2 " 3 : iO
Jumes Illckoy , U20blk2 " IU
Mr .JO'Grudy , e 117 ft It 1 blk 4 327
Uo Ol7ftlt2blk4 ! " 20
K T Peterson , It'J hik 4 " S3
KtiKunoO Nelll , It 1 blk 0 , Konntze's 4th
Kupl < > . . . . 84
John K Twumloy. a W ft Jt 0 blk 10 ,
KounUo'B Jth M'ipl 477
J W Ililruncc , It 7 | ilkI.Kounlzu ( , V llutb'd 70
ThuH Wl'n-s Church. It 15 blk 10. 2 fi'i
Kmmn -bohwartz , It 2 1)11(10 , ' HI
Wm MoUliirmld , lf. blkiu , " 6'i
" H27blklO " 'M
TrustonslstOur. Ev , Luth. Chnrcli , wM
It J blk II , KOIIIII/O& Hutb'H udd 13
Murtlu W Knunndy Tr , It 0 blk 11.
KOUIIUB& Kiith'sudil ' . . li :
! 'OOutlcr. Itl.'i blk 11 , Konntro ifc Hnth's < l 17
Chutil ) Huberts. It 18 blk II " 1 < *
H K'uuiiUu. It 4 blk 2. KounUu'tf H. llUh L 20
John lid wards , It Oblks , Lako'a udd 40
do It 7 blk 5. " . . . . . . M
T Uyuii , w 40 ftlt I blk U , Lowe's 2(1 ( add 20
I'ntu M Mullun. e2HtUSbIkO , " 1 10
Miiry Ulnir.lt 2 blk H. . " , , ,
Einmu A Olhbs. II ft blk8. McC < iriiiaok' * net 20
H H Olarit , old 2 h uvu. uuttttiun I'uru.un '
st Htici 1st ulloy Mouth , und between
blocks Bund I ) , AfoCoi in aoU'guda. . . . . . 5.
Ida H Lucliinond , nM It 11(1 ( , Nelson's udd. 1 W
K U'Null , It 1 blk 1. O'NBll'd bub LoHo'2d 4H
Kmma to l''ri'C. It5blu2 "
John Lllrown.lt 0 blk 2 " 20
Catnpbell U llrown , ItHblkS " 21
Kaul ( J ( lotwuld. H 2 blk : i " IS
Danlfch lAIMIhl : : As < n , ' / ll-7.rarker'sad 'M
Carolini ) O Van Nainco. It t blk 12 " & "
JamfS Phillips. It 12 hk2 ! , Phillip's udd , , 02
do It III blk 2 1 IU
Ouo P Il-'nils. It 14 blk O , Prospect Place , 2(1 (
O \ Llndcjuut. Ill , Koillck's ( Jrovo , . , , 1 18
XII Kood.ltSi. " 20
JobiiAJtoMlllen , H2l ! " 40
Kllon Lynch , HCblkU BERoxur'&adJ in
M Ko.enw uBsor. It 12 blk 0 " 50
H Ultoxors , JtntJlkfl ' 2U
Joliu 11 Dumontet al , It 8 bll0 " 13
/.auhurliih TliomaKon.lt 9 blk 0. ' 13
llolniof Putk I ) IViley. U7blk 12 " : tS
( JatliorliKi 1) Nash.lt I blk I , Khurwood P'k 3 01
U U Hurr. It 3 blk 15. Bhtiin'a udd 40
' " i'O
J'atrlok MoCubo. USblWlS
llouclusS Patton. It ( I blk 15 18
( inulitt H B & T Co , H2M.10 blk l.EVSmlth's 40
Itobcrt McConnuil. it 4 blk 2 " 13
Anna E Cuffurty. It ft blk 5 " 4 77
AM Collutt. Itnblkl4 ' 13
NioliolunmmBlH10blkll | , " , , , IJ
I'liiln Morljtaito Trunt Co. < e CO ft It 8 blk
15 , EV Smith's udd , . . . . . , * l
JtouertEbloln. Ito blk 1. ShuU' * Ut udd. 1 tu
John LodwIoUot ul. HI. Wright Place ad M
ClmsOSpottswood. 1124 "
ilTPutrlok , tuicltlioctlon ! fl. T16 , K13 248
A U Clark , sub & tux H10 " 10 , S ! i
J Oonuyuiuu , UiltlW " 10 " U
Win ttamiiami. t.Tclt2l " 10
J OOownii , tnx Iiu : " 10
J OSI.'itlor. sfiO ft tnIt 10 " 15
.1 Swconcy. n i tux It2 * " 15
IJSwwnoy. 14 tnx HIM " U
K.I 1'aiiitnrt. tnx It 12 " 1(1 (
Nil' L Ulclmrdsoii H ij-y"- . , t'uxlt 1(1 ( ' 10 " * * / \ 1
N2-M ftsitb I t-xxit Ifi " 21 " w J
TI > Mnlr. sub-Hax It Ifl ' 21 o : a I ft
Snmiiol Hnwvcr , tlmt pr
Rofiitlisttnxltll " 21 " M
A Kountrp , tnv it n " 37 ' o wi
ToUl .jiift 01
Sections. Tlmt the special taxe * nnd ns o -
motitRluvlul nml ussortstMl ns aforesaid , sun
bo nun tmmodlitnly upon tbo m < s ice and ap
proval of this otillnniiFu. mid shall Imeoinotlo-
lliiiiu | < nt It not paid within tlfty dnys there
after ! turn thereupon InlnrcU aim 1 bo nddod
nt tbo r to of ono iier cent a month , payable
In advance from tbo time said taxes become
Section ; ! , Tlmt this onllnnnco slinll tnko
effect nud bo In force from nnd uf tor Its imsi-
Passed Jnnunrr 2nd , IR'C '
Approved Junuury 7th. ts-ia
OEO. P. I1KMIS. Mnyor.
Tlio above tnx Is now duo nnd puviiblo ul
thiionlcoot thoolty trcnsurornnd Ibecnine
dollminiMit and Wjur Interest after rolirunry
27th , isu. , nsscoti In spctlon 2 nf uhoVu ordin
ance. HiSUY : IIOLLN. Treasurer.
Notion Uboroby Riven to the owner or own-
prsof the following rnatostutt' . In the city ol-
Oinnlin , to lay mid roirilrnldowalUs | n front
of und uiljolnlnzthnlrpropsrty within llvo (1) ( )
fllir , " ! K ! " J ' ,9. WtW * " ' . Vobrnary. Witt.
lions ndoutPd by tlio city ooiincll. vl/ :
north ildu of Haniey street , ndlolnlns lots
11 und 12 , bloBk 1 > . MuCormtok's uddlllon , six
foot wide , present ur.ide.
North sldo of Hurnoy Btreot. ndjotnliiR tlio
onst thri'o und ono-lmtf Todt nf lot in , blooU 10.
McCornilcK's addition , six foot wide , present
Wi-st slilp of St. Lawrence iivonup. jidjolnin
lo l oliicluslvo. . block ] , I'opploton Park
luldlilnii six feet wldo , presi-nt crude.
} Vcs.tSl'n ofiSl'll'lTrol"'OUVBIIUOadjolnlnu '
, . , ,
lots I to 10 Incliislva
block 0. Popplutnn P.irk
addition , six foot wlilo. r.roeont. t-nuhi.
North silo of Snilnit Btreot , udjoliilnu lolsl.
to I.I Inclualvo. block : , Deer Park uildltlon.
six foot wide , prositiitKnuln.
South sldo of Rhloaeo Htruot. adjoin'm ; tlio
"i'st "no-half of lot I ) , block 2. Kood's llrst ad-
illtlon. 0 font wide , prusont Rr.ulo.
North Bldo of Grant htrooMutfolntns lots 1(1 (
to 20 tticlii9l\o , block 12 , Clifton Hill addition.
0 foot wldu , temporary erado.
North sliln of ( Jrant struut , ndtolnln ? low 13
1024 luoliislvo , block 0 , Clifton Hill addition ,
0 foot wlilo. tomporiii-v grille.
South sldo of Grant st root , ndtolnlnir lots 1
to II. Ineltislvp. block R Clifton 11111 addition.
0 feet wldo. temporary sr.ido.
South Hldp of Or.int stn-nt , iul.oliilnff | lots 1
to 12 Inclusive , lilnok 8. Clifton Hill addition , fl
fuot wldo toinporiiry Krailo.
North sklo of ( Just street , ndjolnlni lots IB
to24 Incltislvo , block l , Uuunlon addition , fl
foot wldu. temporary Krudo.
\\ostsldo of Kourli-oiitli street , iiiljolnlns
lots 1 and III. block 3 , Sliorinan Avonuu Park
adilltlon , 0 feet wido. tomporxry.Krada.
\\estsiilo of Fourteenth Btreot , aO.lolnlntt
lots I und .14 , tiloolc 2 , .Sherman Avenue Park
addition , Ofcot 'ldo. tuinporaly Krndc.
Last sldu of Koiirtoontli stropt , adjolillin
lots in nnU 17. block I. Slionmui 'Avci'iuo ' PurX
adillllon. 0 foot wldo. t temporary jxr.idn.
K.iststde Foiirtucnthstroiit , n > | jolnlu7 luU
IB and 17. blojk 4 , Hhormun Avenue Park ad
dition. six font. wJtlu , temporary srado.
East sldo of Sherman avenue , ndjoltilnir tav
lots III. 112 und in , section II. township 15 , ration
13. it foot wldn. untibllshud criulo. -
E.iht sldo of Sherman uvoiiuo. nd jolntn ? lots
7,1) ) . II , 13 nnd 15. Itnrkur's subdivision , 0 feet
wldo. ORtabllfcbcd cradu.
Hnst sldo of Sherman iivonno. ail join ! ni lots
7to12. Inclnslvo , blook. % Illlloko'siiadltlon , (1 (
font wldu. ostabllsliod srudn.
Easla'do of Sherman iivonuo. ufljolnlim lots
It Ui2ii. Incliiclvo. bloulc 4 , Hllloku'a addltloiuli
font wldu. established irr.ido.
East sldo of Bhiirinati uvunup. mUolnlne
Kromont , Klkhorn & Missouri Valley wllrond
rlcht-of-wny. Hecttoti II. township 15 , rauso JU ,
0 foot wldu , vstabllsliod Kf.'idu.
Eusl nldo of Sherman avenue , ndjolnlnz.Bt.
1'aul. Mlnnoupolls Sc Omihii Railroad com
pany's rlisht-of-wuy , i-octlon 3. township IT ,
rungo 13. Ofcnt wldu. ostabllshcd Crude.
East sldo of Sherman avenue , ndiolnlni ; lot
5 , lilock 2. Sixteenth Street addition , 0 feet
wide , established irr.idu.
East sldc of Sherman avjinuo. adjoining lot
B , lilock I ) , Slxtuenth strout'uddltlon. 0 ( out
wldo. ustablltthad snide. ? '
Westsldo of Twonty-Micond htroot , adjoln-
Inc lot 1. block 2 , Skull's Klrat uudltlon.HJcot
wl'lo , presont'sr'ulo. _ ' V * . , " "
West sldo .of Twuntvsdaond trfaot. adjom-
3nn lots 1 nnd 20. Jilockll , ' ShUJl't , Souond uddl'
tlon. H foot wlfleVj > rltsunt'Kritno. " -
Wust sldo 6f Twontv t'colld .strccfllidjoln-
Jn tux lot mi. hoctlon.27iownshlp.-irvTiiiaod3.
B tout wldo , present aradc. i * , . . , .
Woat hluo of TwunCv-sornnn street , niljotn-
Jni : tnx lot 37 , section LT. tdvmshlp , 15 , raiiRu Hi ,
B foot wlilo. present Krndc. "
South sldo of Loavoiuvorth street , ad
? vcst 44 font , lot ! , block 203. .city. H feet wldu ,
South sldo of Lnavomvorth stroot. adjolnlni
lot 2 , block 203. clty"y foul wide , proscnt
South side of Ir.urd stseet. udjoining lots 1 ,
2.3. und 4. block5 , Walnut 11(11 ( uddlllon , U feet
wldo. present cr.idu.
. South Hldu of ( Jeorgu nticot. ud.lolnlni ? lots 1.
2. 3 and 4. block 6. Wulmtt Hill addition , 4 fuel
wide , present grade.
HI 'AlH 01,11 WALKS.
Wc-itsldoof Soventcontli stieot , udjoliilnii
lots I to IS , Inclusive , bluck 13 , Koiintro &
South Hldoot Muflon sHoct. adjolulniilotH 1
uml2 , blockl3 , , Kountzo & Kntli'saddition ,
East .sldu of Kl hlountli utruut.iiC.luinlna
lolHli to . ' . " > . inclusive , block 13 , KoUntu Si
lOaBt Hldu of Seventieth utrooU adloluliii ;
lotHHto 24 , InoliiHlvu. block 14. Union addition.
West tide uf Suvontr.cnth htrcut , iid.luliilni ;
Iota l , l ) , 10 , 13 , 11. IT , IK und 21 , J. K. JMIuy'a
Wust sldo of Seventeenth slioot , ndjoliilng
lots I , 2 iindU Koor'n subfl I vision.
Wcat sldo of Sherman avenue. udjolnliiR tnx
lots 21. 2. . 2.1 und 2V faoctlon ! 1 , township 15 ,
Wubtsldoof Sherman uvniiuu. iulJilnluK ( lots
t to II. Inclusive , block 1 , Hugodoins addi
tion.West sldo of Rherman avenue , adloli'lii ? loti
1 , 2. 3 nnd 4 , block I , llnjiiMlorn'H addition.
Wostfildoof Twoiity-Hl\th Htroet. udjol. . . .
lots 1 , 2 and 3. block .1 , C ipltnl Hill addition.
Knstaldo of Twonty-sUlli xttout , uUtoliiln
lots 1.2 und 3 , block4 , Capitol Hill uddlllon.
North n'du ' of Olilo.slruut , adjoining lota T to
JS. luciuHlvu. block U , Ueulso'Hiiddltlou.
North slUu uf LnUu htn'.ct , udjolulnx lots 12
to 21 , incliiHlvo. 1)dcW ) | y , Cluruiidon addII Ion.
North Hldu uf Lake Btruut. iidjoiiilni : lots 13
to21 Incliiiilvu. block ! ! . Clarendon addition.
tomb Hldu of Luke tstruol , udjolnlns lots 13
uiiil.ll. ! ' . Porter's uddIt.'un ,
.Sou til Hldu of Lake HI rout , adjoining lot 1 ,
F.ili mount I'laco uilillili n.
Kust sldu nf Tivfiity-foiirthstiuel , iidjoliilnz
lot U , block II. K V. Smith's addition ,
ICuht Hldu of T won ty.fou Hh nt rout , luljoliiluu
Bill ) lot 1 of tux lot iC , BL-ctlon l.'i , township 4 < r > ,
Wont Hldu of Twuuty.fonj-lh Htioot , adjoin-
Inz lot I , block 3 , I'usior'H addition.
West nldo of Twcnty-si\t1i Hired , adjoining
lot I , block 4 , Hxruuhy'H uddltloii.
Kukt Nlduof Twontv-Hl\tli KtriiL't , udjollilii
lot II , boek/i. ! vocsy'-iaddition.
Kasthldo of Twoiity-foui tlistnu't , udjolnlni ;
lot 2. block H. II V. KmitlViiJiddltlmi.
Westblduof 1'oitlutli sliuol , adjolulir ; lots I
und 1(1. ( bock : I , Walnut IHIl iiailldon.
Wustslduof roilldlli Htrcfil , udjolnlii' , ' lots I
ami H ) , liloak 1.1. Wuliuil Hill uildlllun.
West sldu of Kortiatli sliout , udjoliilii lots 1
und 10. block ' 14. Wnlmit Hill adillllon.
North slduof JlciilBONlroet. adjoliilui lot 13
to 21 Iimliinlvu , block ft , Uniku'ii uddltloii , und
III ! washoul. . . .
\Vuhthliluof Kuvoutrrnth si root , ad join I UK
lots 4 to 17 Inuliislvo , block K. ICoiint7ii& Ktitb a
uddlium. P. W. IIIKIvllAVriClC.
t'liiilrmun Board of Public Wo lies.
Omaha. Nob. . Jun.tW , IB.
Is the price of ioud ; health. Hut with all the
precaution may take Iheio ate enemies
al\vaH luiKlui : about pur systems , only wult-
IHK a favoiablo oiiportnnlty to assert thi'in-
Bulvtis. Bcrofula anil other Inijuiilllcs In Iho
blood may bo hidden for years or oven for
generations , and aiuldunly In vuk forth , undermining -
mining health und haiknlng ilcitlli. I'or nil
diseases arjulni ; from liiipiiie blood
It the unerjuallcd.and miapprouchrd remedy ,
It h King of Hit-in ull , for It con'iicM | disease.
It btillda up In n jicrfectly natural v. ay nil the
weakenedjiarts , vitalizes , cnrlcheaud
Purifies the Blood
And asslsta to healthy action these linpoitant
organs , tlio kidney * and liver. If } on need a
good modldno you should cerUiluly take
SuUb/ntl druKRliti. fl * uliforfll. 1'icjarwlonly
bj 0.1.1IOU1 > & CO. , Aitttuaurlni , ijjwcll.Niu * .
JOO Doses Ono Dollar
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