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    2 THE OMAHA DAILY BBlk , WEDNESDAY. MARCU 15 , 1893.
WORK OF THE LEGISLATURE
Many Dills Put Through the House During
tbo Forenoon.
WILL ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY
'R Itllt to I i > Atrny with
Itocommrnclrit for I'lMimgn liy the
G'otninlttrn of IhnVliiilr Itoii-
\VorkoftlirSrii.ito. .
LINCOLN , Neb. , March U. lSpcctal to Tur.
linn. ] The house devoted the morning ses
sion to the consideration of hills on third
reading , nnd failed to reject nny of these
placed on their passage. The following bills
were passed :
House roll No. 113 , by Oakley , to provldo
for the education , sup | > ort. imliitenance ,
protection and detention of minors , by
vote of O'J to a.
House roll No. 01 , by Watson , to provldo
for the security nud pajmcnt of rebate
vouchers , or certificates issued by Incor-
ixmited companies , trust , associations , firms
nud Individuals , and to provide a penalty for
the violation of this net , by n vote of 78 to 7.
House roll No. HT1 , by Felton , to anpro-
priato mono.v to employ counsel to assist in
prosecuting certain state 'cases. 13y n vote
of 71 to a.
House roll No. 220 , by IIiiriIns , to compel
corporations , companies or persons intend
ing to construct or operate railroads in the
state of Nebraska to complete mm operate
fifty miles of their said railroad ot cry two
years , after the expiration of three years
from the ( late of their purchase of the right
of way , nnd to provide a penalty for their
failure to so complete unit operate their said
railroad. Uy a vote of 05 to 10.
House roll No. 170 , by Kucklcy , for ditch
ing nnd draining wet or swamp laud and to
protect the same by levees and to repeal all
acts In conflict with thu same. By a vote of
03 to n.
A roccss was then taken until2 o'clock.
At the afternoon session a motion logo
into committee of the whole to consider bills
specially advanced on the general file was
defeated. The house continued its work of
the morning in passing bills on third read
ing. The following additional bills were
passed :
ilouso roll No , 225 , by Nnsou , for draining
and protecting marsh , swamp or bottom
lands In the state of Nebraska , and to re
peal an act entitled "An act to provide for
draining swamp lands in the state of Ne
braska , " approved February 28 , 1831 , and
to provide a method to assess bciiclits and
reward the damages , If any , arising there
from , by n vote of 00 to 1.
House roll No. 228 , by Scott , relating to ju
dicial sales In foreclosure proceedings , by a
vote of ( ft to 2.
Senate Illo No. 44 , by Mooro. to provide
that all persons shall be entitled to thcsanio
civil rights , to punish all persons for the vie
lation of Its provisions , to repeal sections : tl7
nud yiShnoun as chapter viil , civil rights ,
consolidated statutes of Nebraska ot Ib'Jl , as
heretofore existing and to repeal all acts and
parts of acts Inconsistent with the provisions
of this act by a vote of 7'J to 0.
\ \ llllnc ; to AlmlUli thn Ii-.illi 1'eimlty.
The house then went Into a committee of
the whole , with Schappel in tlio chair , to
take up house roll No. 111. by Watson , to
jirovldo for the punishment of murder in the
llrat degree , and to abolish the penalty of
death.
McKesson moved to substitute for it sen-
nto lilo No. 14 , bv Moore , leaving the death
penalty at the discretion of a Jury , and a hot
discussion was on at once.
Watson made a plea for the entire
abolition of the death penalty , eloquently
urging that the sentiment of advancing
civilization do anded it. Ho said that the
death penalty increased the number of mur
ders instead of decreasing it , as jurors did
not llko to condemn a man to death and re
leased many criminals who would otherwise
be convicted. He also called attention to
the difllculty of obtaining a jury because of
that fact.
McICessou defended the death penalty , In
sisting that there wore some crimes so
atrocious and horrible thaV the ( lend that
committed theui oufcht to ba deprived of life.
Casper decried the increasing maudlin
sentimentality of the time , when murderers
were rnado the recipients of expensive bo-
quots of flow ers. Ho thought that civiliza
tion had mndo pretty good strides in getting
froni a condition of affairs where a man was
hanged for stealing a turkey doun to where
ho was only hanged for killing a fellow man ,
and ho hoped that the senate illo would become -
come law , as the proper restrictions would
then bo given , and the death penalty could
still bo inflicted in such cases as made it de
sirable.
Smith of ilolt called attention to the
.scriptural assertion that whosoever shed-
doth man's blood by man shall his blood bo
B.hed. " "
Porter Insisted that civilization had grown
entirely away from the provisions of the old
JLovitlcnl law.
Davics backed up Watson's bill in an
eloquent speech , In which the declared that
the opposition had not attempted to answer
the argument that innocent men were some
times hanged under a death penalty law ,
nnd that the great wrong could not then bo
rlphted.
HIeketts insisted that the injunction "Thou
shall not kill , " handed down on Sinai was
Just as much a law and In force today as
when imparted to Moses , and ho denied that
, nny legislature could in moral right say that
twelve men might condemn a fellow mortal
to death.
Higgms said that if it was held that
Ilickotts' position was the correct one , it was
not right to kill men under any circum
stances. Ho wanted to ask the gentleman if
ho did not think it right to kill men in order
to preserve a nation or emancipate .1 race.
The colored member from Douglas in
sisted that the question had nothing to do
"With the question before the house.
Dobson delivered an Impassioned plea for
the abolition of the death penalty , saying
that hu could not sit on a jury tosigu a man's
life away.
Woods declared that if It was wrong for
ono man to kill It was wrong for twelve men
tpdo It.
Kcsslor defended capital punishment ,
citing lynching in support of ins assertion
that the people cnmasso rose ui > to punish
by death particularly atrocious crimes.
Watson secured the floor a second time and
held tlio attention of the committee while
ho referred to a number of cases th.it had
como under his personal observation.
Casper thought that a great deal of the
talk that had been unloaded had been in the
interest of the man behind the bars , who
was looking out across the jail yard , nnd
not in the Interest of the honest man sleep
ing peacefully In his boil.
The motion to substitute was lost , and the
house bill was recommended for passage ,
AIIIOH' Arhltrntlon Hill.
No. 120 , by Ames , to provldo for a state
Iward of arbitration , came next on the
general llle. It was stated that the Intro
tluccr was not present and It wus rumored
that ho was sick in Washington.Homo of
the members asserted that they would make
Ills bill sick whether ho was sick or not , and
refused to allow It to go over.
The bill provides that the governo :
treasurer nud attorney general constitute
aboard of arbitration. It was amended to
make the lieutenant governor and the two
senior regents of the university constitutu
the lxard. The pav was fixed at ? 5 per day
while actually encaged , for traveling and
other expenses. Tim bill was recommended
for passage , and the committee rose and re
ported.
The roj > ort was adopted nnd the house
then to0k a recess until 7W : o'clock.
IN THU SUNATi : .
Maximum llato lllll Kofrrroil nutl Moro.\ [ >
4iniirljitloii9 InrrcuMMl.
LINCOLN , Net ) . , March 14. [ Special to Tun
HER.President ] Corroll presided over the
deliberations of the senate at Its session this
forenoon.
After the reading of thi Journal Sen-
ntor McCarty presented a petition from
thu members of the Itallv/ny Employes asso
ciation protesting against the passage of a
maximum rate bill. A slniihr petition wus
offered by Senator Stewart. Senator John
son presented two counter petitions from
farmers , asking for the passage of the bill.
From the committed on finance , ways nnd
means. Senator Uale rcj-orted senate Mo No.
S10 , to authorize county clerks to advertise
annually for bld.s for the furnishing of
county supplies , with thn recommendation
that it be placed on general file.
Senator Hnrrlt , chairman of the special
committed appointed to Inspect nnd count
the school bonds h"ld by the state , reported
that thu whole amount of bonds held by thu
stale treasurer Is frJ/OT.ar. ! 35 , hold in trust
for the following funds ; Permanent school
fund , $2,1510,872.85 ; permanent university
fund , f.T.,600 ; Agricultural college endow
ment fund , flO.OOO : Normal endowment
fund , $10,000 , These bonds the committee
'nspeeted nnd counted. They found nil cou-
.tons duo and paid , duly clipped nnd canceled
and nil bonds stamped with the words ; "This
bond belongs to the permanent school fund
of the slate of Nebraska and Is not negotia
ble. " The committee further recommended
that the state treasurer bo given additional
clerical belli In Ills olllce , as the present
force Is entirely too small to do the work.
HctVrroil tint lluto Hill.
House roll No. ill , the house committee
maximum rate bill , was read the second
time nnd referred to the committee on rail
roads.
House roll No. 153 , setting apart a piece of
ground In Wyuk.i cemetery in the city of
Lincoln us a burial plaeo for deceased union
soldiers , was read the third time nnd passed.
Seuato illo No. 1U1 , amending the irrigation
aws , was read the third time and passed.
Senate lllu No , 2T 3 was read the third time
: ind passed It does rtwny with insurance on
the state enpltol building.
Senate ( lie No. IMS was read the third time
nnd passed. It increases the limit of time in
which a civil action nny be commenced from
five to ton years.
Senate Illo No. 220. by Lowley , to prohibit
pi'ipo lighting , was also passed.
Senate Illo No. 4. > , requiring registers of
ileeds to keep a record of mortgaged in
debtedness , was read the third time , and
placed on its passage. It received a consti
tutional majority and was declared passed.
The regular order of business having been
completed , Senator Moore endeavored to
hnvo senate llle No. 02 , reducing the fees of
clerks of the district court in Douglas
and lyincnster counties taken from the gen
eral llle and advanced to a third reading.
The Independents , under Dale's leadership ,
voted against the proposition and tlie motion
failed to receive the necessary two-thirds
majority.
The senate then indulged itself in a recess
until ! i o'clock.
31 ilk I up the .Honojr Fly.
Immediately after reconvening Dale moved
that the senate go into committee of the
whole. Moore and four others demanded a
call of the house. After the absentees were
brought in the senate went into committee
of the whole with Senator Mattes in the
chair for the consideration of the general ap
propriation bill.
The committee first went back to the ap
propriation for the Home for the Friendless
at Lincoln and knocked off $2.r > 00 from the
item for repairs and improvements , leaving
the appropriation Just as it came from the
house.
Senator Tefft , the especial guardian of the
State Fish commission , succeeded In having
bovcral modest additions to the appropria
tions for that department. The total in
crease amounted to $5,120.
The State university was then given ? 72-
100 out of the general fjnd with which to
complete the library building. This amount
is in addition to the $57,418 already appro
priated for the support of that institution by
the house.
deficiency appropriation ofS3COOwas
made on account of the Hospital for incura
ble Insane at HastingsTlio deficiency was
created by the necessity for reairaiigement
of the basement of the main building.
When the miscellaneous items were read
the committee added several largo sums.
The experimental stations at Culbertson and
Ogallula were given Slfi.OuO. The expense of
reappraising the state school lands was pro
vided for by an appropriation of $10,000.
Other large items wcro increased , and the
grand total of appropriations for miscel
laneous items was swelled to $ ir > 7.Uiii : , as
against $20'J.ltUO as the bill came from the
house.
The Institute for the Deaf at Omaha wai
not forgotten. A.JIOW building was voted at
a cost of $80,000 , while $7,000 was appropri
ated for repairs on the old. The appropri
ation for employes' wages was raised 1,300.
living expenses increased by $1,000 , fuel and
lights $1,000 and for a now fence $1,000.
Will Stick to Its Upport.
The committee then rose and reported Us
amendments to the senate. Senator Mattes
moved that the report of the committee
that the bill bo passed as amended bo
adopted.
Senator Dysart offered an amendment
cutting down many of the items and strik
ing out others.
A call of the house was demanded by the
republicans , nnd nt the end of half an hour
they had enough members to defeat the
amendments the independents were anxious
to make.
The rejwrt of the committee was then
adopted , and the senate adjourned.
HASH Till : KXl'KNSH.
State Senators Dorldn to Itun the Thing
AVIilo Open fur the Time.
LIXCOI.X , Neb. , March 14. [ Special Tele
gram to THE BKI : , ] The scuato committee
of the whole finished the consideration of
the general appropriation bill late this after
noon nnd reported it back to the senate with
amendments making nn aggregate increase
in the appropriation for the several depart
ments of the state government ot $454,2-0.
Every state officer and every state institu
tion sought and obtained from the senate the
amounts of money they had bccu refused by
the house. The Institute for the Deaf comes
in for n new building to cost $30,000 , while
the State university is given almost that
amount to complete its now library building.
Kvery state institution with the exception of
the Normal school at Peru has been treated
with increased liberality.
The action of the senate inwiping out
almost t.ho entire amount saved by the house
commit tco on finance , way * and means , is ex
citing indignant comment from scores of the
members of the lower branch tonight. The
consensus of opinion is that the bill should ho
stripped of the scuato amendments , and that
the result will bo a deadlock or an extra ses
sion.
sion.The
The following is n comparative statement
of the several items as passed by the house
nnd senate :
Departments UOUM < . Senate.
Governor 8 a.HSO $ & .BOO
Adjutant Kuni'rnl * & " 45l )
Cotmiilisloni'rof labor. . 1,000 3,000
Secretary of state 'J.ano u.UJt )
Auditor 2,900 3.050
Treasurer 000 l.lldO
Supt. public Instruction oV2.r ( Kl.H'jr.
Attorney gmmral 900 MOO
Ijtincl coiiiniUiloiior 1'JOI ) 2.100
lloiird Public lands 20'JSO - 1B/J50
Hoard IMiicatlon lauds. G.'JOO O.OUO
Hoaril Purchases ami
supplies 200 fiOO
SiipromocDUtt IS,100 32'jori
nankin ? department. . . . 200 1.500
Siatollhiiiry O.ioa O.HOO
I'nrii Normal hchool . . . . 8,1)110 ) 8,000
Lincoln asylum. . . 133,300 IJWOjO
ticmiva Industrial * ch'l : )4.'jr ) > ( ) 41,550
lliotiMRs asylum I'JO.'JOO 140,100
Norfolk asylum 75,000 04,000
Penitentiary 107.510 133,050
NnlirntKn City blind
asylum 'JG.OOO 205,000
Ki * riu < y liidu-trliilM-'l , r > Sino : 80.15B
Mllford linnir 15,750 23.070
Hoard of Tramportu'n. 050 050
Sulillurs homo 47,050 51,050
Institute for 1'ecblo
' Minded 00.0n 04,109
I'hh commission 7,100 12,220
State university 57-UH 129,518
Institute for tliu deaf 20,740 1'JO.OOO
Ml-collitnooiH 209,900 357.0U3
Total 11,134,702 fl,5S8,0'Jri
Total Inurcusuby oimti ) $ 454,226
Illpn .Str.iulH'rrli'n an the Vine * .
An excursion to sunny North Gnlvcston ,
Tox. , will leave Omaha March 20th , lb'J.l.
For particulars and special inducements
apply to Agent 1) . D. Smcaton , IJoom 17 ,
Barker block , Omahu.
o
ArrratN I.ait NlIit.
William Arnold , a colored man living in
the burnt district , was arrested last night on
complaint of his wife , who claimed that ho
had been abusing her.
An cx-couvlct ana old offender named
Hugh Burns was urrcstcd last night on sus
picion.
There nro thrco tilings wortti saving
Time , Trouble and Money and Do Witt's
J.lttlo Karly Hisew will save them for you.
These llttlo pills will save you ilmo , as they
act promptly. They will svo jou trouble ns
tlioy causa no | Miin , They will save you
money as they economize doctor's bills.
Take homo n box of riuluuff's fiiiocaiul-
lc3,10thuiidC'iiiiitol HVOIIUU. None hotter.
NEW RATES FOR NEBRASKA
Figure ? on Freight Ohargai Provided For by
the Housa Committee Bill ,
COMPARED WITH THE IOWA- SCHEDULE
Tables that -Show llx-ictly llio UinVrcnrn
lletworn thu Uh.irK ) ' } In tint Ituwkoya
Htuto anil TliiMit 1'rop.Hcd fjr
a Ity thu Itlll.
The Nebraska house of representatives
: nore than a week a o passed a maximum
' ( eight rate bill Whether the schedules It
seek ? to establish for Nebraska roads em
body 11 cut too swooping or too radical is an
open question.
THE line presents the following tables of
llgurcs showing the rates proposed by the
muse bill as compared with Iowa rates put
u force thu 1st lust , by the board of rail-
y commissioners on like commodities for
given distances.
It will bo observed that the Iowa short
until rates are slightly lower than these
contemplated by the house bill up to a dls-
.ancoof twenty-live miles. On greater dli-
anccs the proposed Nebraska rates are mil-
'ormly from 20 to 25 per cent Higher than
existing lawn rates. When the house com-
: iilttoo framed the maximum bill a uniform
'eduction ' on existing Nebraska rales was
mule. The figures presented below will
show the exact proportion of the proposed
ales to the rates of Iowa up to a distance
if fiOO miles in a manner to bo readily com
prehended by the average reader or by the
members of the legislature. They form a
clear statement of what the maximum rate
bill means.
Existing railroad tariffs in Nebraska are
from 20 to SO per cent higher than these of
owa.
The llgures :
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10 1.70 8 fi.30 5.W a 5.4H
10.50 7.W 8.50 II. 15 a.Ofi 8.3'J 5.59
10.50 8 0 e.ra U.IO ; 8.CO 5.72
10.50 8.10 0 0.75 o.-jo 'J 5.S3
10.50 'J.50 0.87 0,41 0.10 5.9i
II 8.118 10 O.VJ 11.50 ( I.,3 tl.UJ U.OJ
11 8.5r 10 ll.W 0.50 , CM 9/.0 , ( i.15
11 8.7UI 10 7.21 K.74 10.20 0.25
11.50 8.80 10.50 7.50 11.83 10.50 li.JS
13 8.44 10 7.4rt fi. % 10.80 0.45
13 O.Od 10 7.57 8.50 7.0' II (1.65 (
13 v.tt 10 7. < U U 7.18 11.30 li.llj
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13 0.50 II 7.UO 9 7.10 12 U.S5
13 'J.fi-11 11 8.01 11.60 7.60 12.10 I'.05
tea 1:1 : 9.7U 11 8.13 10 7.00 12.20 7.05
1.1.50 U.B'J 11.50 8.23 10,50 7.70 12.30 7.15
14 I0.1W ; 12 8.31 II 7.8J U.IO ! 8.21
14 10.15 13 8.15 11 7.VIO \1.'M \ 7.J5
II 10.18 13 8.50 11 8. 12.nO 7.41
10.4 : 12 8.1.7 11 8.10 13.70 7.5.1
10.51 1J 8.78 11 8.'JO 12.DO 7.02
10.117 12.59 8.80 11 8.30 13.-.IO 7.71
II 10.80 13 9 11II 8.40 IJ 7.80
11.50 11.07 13 9.21 11.50 ft.Gl 13.50 8
11.50 11.91 13 0.4 13 8.SJ II 8.20
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11.50 12.43 U 10.17 15 IB S.M
11.50 12.1111 14.00 I0.50 ; 15.60 ii.si in.w J.13
15.00 11.W 11.00 10.81 1C.OO 10.0S 17.00 11/17
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33U Itl.OO 11.07 I4.UO 11.71 18.00 10'JJ 19.00 10.15
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to 7W : 8
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22 12.13 IJ.60 10.47
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inn. 7.08 31.60 13.70
31. M S3.33 24 10,16
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31.HI 21.50 17.01
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31.69 38 91.60
33 33.50 27
32.60 39 27.50
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CLASS
MILES. "C. "
Neb. I Ju n Neb. I Iowa Neb. I lown
4.20 3,50 3 3.80
4.40 3 70 3 2 ! W
4.1-8 3. HO 3 3.13
I.U2 4.10 3.53 3.2.1
6.10 4.23 2.50 3.40
6.2S 4.40 2.35 3.63
6.41 ! 4.63 3 .1 111
5.04 4.70 3.60 3.71 !
5.82 4.85 3.fO 3.83
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14 .11.58 10 8.01 5.60 0 72
14 & " 10 8.21 C.iiO U M
14 9.W 10 8.3S 0.50 7.01
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91. , 15.91 11.50 9.21 7.60 7.81
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210. 17 11.491 12 9.71 8.50 833
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270 W. D.-S. ! 14- 11.W 10.60 10.10
23 > l 21 1 4.23 ' 14 II KM II 10.40
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380 . M 19 19 111,50 15 16
393 . . 2ii.50 19.50 19.60 17 15.60 , 15.50
W. . . 27 2J 20 17.60 ID 1G
410 27.50 20.10 23.50 18 .0.501 1(1.60 (
470 . . 23 21 21 18.60 17
23.60 21.50 21 50 I'.l 17.50 17.60
4:0. : 20 22 111.50 13 IS
460 29.50 22.60 23.59 20 13.60 13.50
4CO. 30 31 2.1 25.50 19 19
470. 30.50 21.55 2J.50 21 19 19.6 ( |
4SO. 31 21.60 19 20
490. 31.60 24.50 21.50 22 19 23.60
6H > . 33 23 25 2.50 19 21
A fine upright piano , used only six
months , at half nrieo. Ford & Charlton ,
J508Dodgo.
* j'Att.tan.trns.
J. J. Bonckemper of Suttou is in town.
George L. lies of Noifollt is stopping in
the city.
W. J. Burgess , manager of the Far'nam
Street theater , is laiu up with the quinsy.
II. L. Douglas of Dcnman Thompson's pas
toral play , "Tho Old .Homestead , " is in the
city.
city.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith , G. E. Scroll , E.
E. Long. C. L. Lewis and C. F. IXivis of tlio
Lotus fSlco club are guests at the Murray.
At the Murray : H. M. Peffer , Valley ; A.
Burnett , McCook ; H. V. Johnson , Friend :
L. L. Smith. David City ; L. J. Camp , Ores-
Ion , la. ; W. E. Davis , A. J. Niemoyora ,
St. Louis ; J. D. Humphrey. St. Paul ; II.
Goldsmith , Providence ; C. E. S. Boynton ,
Boston ; J. H. Truc.ll , A. Brlnkorhoff , M.
Lohenthal , M. Kuhn , U. T. Vent. C. Bloom ,
W. Kennedy , I. . Sr Hutan , H. Hunter , New
Yorlc ; T. D. Lake , Wisconsin ; U. L. Buch-
ann , Sioux City : A. L. Sproulo , Chicago ;
Ed Wilpy. W. T. Phillips , Qulncy ; T. G.
CranvelL , Baltimore.
At the Mercer : W. II. Ellis , C. II.
Palmer. W. O. Boatman. William II Ellis ,
Chicago ; II. B. Fowls , Now York ; W. E.
Barnes , St. Louis ; Charles M. Hutchison ,
Girard , Pa. ; William Howard , Quiucy. 111. ;
D. S. Williams , Springfield , 111. ; Byron
KIngsbury. Chicago ; Thomas II. Leggett ,
Bodlo , Cal. ; S. H. Abbott , Ogden ; S. A.
Southern and wife , Perry , la. ; Thomas E.
Egansou. Seittlo , Wash. ; H. C. Cook ,
Sioux City , la. ; Captain John F. Gull-
foylc , U. S. A. , Fort Itohiuson ; Frank
Dauchman' Rock Island ; C. H. Beach , Port
land ; II. Murplu'i" , F yc Point , S. D. ; Albert
Andralano , W. M. South , Lincoln.
NEW YOIIK , Mar hcVJ , [ Special Telegram
to THE BEE. ) Omaha : S. Gamble , Hotel
Bartholdi ; C. C.Vright \ , Hoffman ; J. P.
Newman , Murray mils Mrs. C. H. Fowler ,
D. H. Mercer , Albepwrlo.
CHICAGO , 111. , March 14. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun BnK.j Nebraska arrivals :
Grand PaclHc JI ? J. Johnson , Omaha
Grand Northern -W.J3. Hamilton , Omaha.
Palmer-J. H. Millonl. Mrs. W. B. Millard
Miss Jesslo Millar Omaha.
ns uruatd&t oiiv.
kn and Land
J-cent
postat'O
stamp
fur n
100 page
COOK
BOOK
FREE.
Prices
low.
V tire
, auruptuou8
Sales
every
ilny.
Sco
your
dealer.
Ask
for
prices
Take
no
other.
ilJreu , . -
MIITOS ROOUJ tL 83BI , ActB. , Omaha , or
MalestlcMfg. Co. . St. Louis.
NOT THE GOVERNORS
riiou mm I' IB. |
believing that a man who hail charged him
with being a drunkard and a saloon bummer
had a hand In making up the report ho would
vote no.
They Are Duly Criniirril.
Cornish naked ICeekloy If the censured
officials had IMJDII Implicated In nny fr.tud or
were simply guilty of neglect.
The reply was that they worn cen
sured for neglect of their duty
us public olilclaH nud for leaving
t ie w.iy open for fraud { and corruption It
had been foil nil that they had not taken even
ordinary care to giiiird this appropriation ,
and that the board had been guilty of the
s'imeconduct lu connection with another
state Institution.
Cornish said that ho was convinced that
some of the members must have been guilty
of neglect and ho would have to vote to
adopt thu report.
The motion prevailed by a vote of 00 to 7.
These voting in the negative were Uurns ,
Crane , Dow , Fulton , K.vner , Hhca and Wat
son.
son.On motion of Keckloy the report was then
ordered spread upon the recordsICynernlono
voting no.
The same eoiirso was then followed re
garding the nsyluni investigation com-
mittec. Irwin Introduced ti resolution
recltlnir that whereas certain existing clr
cumstances had rendered the penitentiary
contract null and void , u committee be ap
pointed to prepare a Joint resolution to that
elTect , nnd sottlnir forth nil the facts in con
nection therewith within twenty-four hours.
The resolution was adopted nnd at 11:110 :
the hou.se adjourned.
Concert Tor tlio 1'iiiir I'lind.
A concert for the benefit of the poor was
given at Creighton college last evening and
was attended by about 300 people. The en
tertainment was given under the auspices of
the St. Vincent do Paul society.
Misses Lillie Bushman nnd M. Hcaley
opened the entertainment with a piano duet.
A quartet composed of Mrs. Bethgo , Mrs.
Lange , Captain Kinrio and Mr. Burkley
rendered "The Owl and the Pussy Cat" in a
very pleasant manner.
A contralto solo by Mrs. Lange and a vie
lin solo by Prof. Brett followed and then
Miss Lulu Schenk played a very pretty
piano solo.
"Protect Us Through the Coming Night"
was admirably sung by Mrs. Bothge , Mrs.
Burkley and Captain Kinzlc. Mrs. Etta
Crclghton entertained the audience with a
piano solo and Miss Crclghton sang a
soprano solo very acceptably. Mrs. E. J.
Brett and Mr. J. A. Schenk were the ac
companists.
Vor the YOIIHR Women1 * Home.
At Metropolitan hall last evening a benefit
concert was given under the auspices of the
Homo for Young Women nud was well
attended.
Owing to the fact that Prof. Hans Albert
had slightly injured ono of his lingers , ho
was unable to take part in the entertain
ment.
Mr. Winflcld lilnko sang a pleasing song
and Mrs. J. W. Cotton an aria. The duett ,
"The " and "
Angel" "Tho Wanderers Evening
Song , " wore sung by Mrs. Moellcr and Miss
Mary Poppleton , and certainly pleased the
audience. Mrs. II. P. Whltmore , Mr.
Martin Cairn and Mrs. Hitchcock also as
sisted in making the entertainment a success.
Sr.lKKX OF til'OlfT.
Eighty head of horses were sold at the
Nashville sale of the Tennessee Breeders
association , fetching $8Si" .
Winners at Gutteiiburg yesterday : First ,
Big Man ; second , Chevolier ; third , St.
James ; fourth , Fcnlonj.llfth , Caputia ; sixth ,
PerliU.
Winners at Now Orleans yesterday : First ,
Boston Boy ; second , Uncle Frank : third ,
Dan Collins ; fourth , Castout ; Fifth , Duku of
Milpltas.
Louisville will have to worry along with
out Sunday base ball this year. The church
people of Parkland , where the Colonels' now
grounds are located , object.
Johnny Van Ilvest and Jimnilo Lynn have
signed articles to light ten rounds at 122
pounds before the Coney Island club on
April 17. The club hangs up $ . > ,000.
Pat Cahill and Jim Butler fought like de
mons at 145 pounds before the Eastern Ath
letic club , Brooklyn , N. Y. . last night. At
the close of ten rounds neither could jo on ,
and Cahill was given the decision.
Yesterday the conference between the
American and National Trotting associations
adopted now rules governing match races
ana performances against time , lu n race
against tlmo unless the performance is suc
cessful it will not stand as a record.
Yesterday at Galesburg , 111. , Jim Corbctt
issued another ultimatum to Potou Jackson.
Corbett says if Mitchell ilunks he will take
Jackson , or ho will take Peter seven months
after the Mitchell meeting If not defeated.
Ho will not allow Jackson anything for
training expenses.
Municipal AHUlrs
At the meeting of the council last evening
the claim of thu Barber Asphalt company
amounting to S10,515.17 was stricken from
the appropriation ordinance. The amount
was to como out of the street cleaning and
repair fund , which is at a very low ebb at
the present time. The scheme is to levy the
cost of asphalt repairs against the property
abutting upon the street.
A resolution was adopted instructing the
Board of Public Works to order James
Steplienson to clean the paved streets nud
follow up the cleaning by sweeping under
his contract with the city.
Tlio list of inspectors for public work was
referred back to the Board of Public Works ,
some names having been omitted.
Upon recommendation of City Engineer
Kosowater the plans for a railway viaduct
over Fourteenth street at Muson were a p.
proved and tlio companies ordered to pro
ceed with the construction.
The contract form for gasoline lighting
was approved.
The report of the special investigating
committee recommending the discharge of
Meat Inspector Bcoson was laid upon the
table.
The ordinance creating districts to bo
paved this year wus passed.
o
"iil" : Didn't " ( Sft There" This Time.
ST. Louis , Mo. , March J I. Melville
D. Laudon , bettor known as "Eli Por-
kiiw' ' was ono of the passengers leaving
Chicago yesterday morning enrnuto to
this city. Shortly after leaving Chicago
cage Mr. Landon got into a heated argu
ment with the porter of the Pullman in
regard to the ventilation of the cur.
The porter rosontcd tlio remarks of Mr.
Landon ami in the light which followed
tlio noted lecturer was badly bruised
and disfigured , Ms face being a mass of
raw llesh. Tlio porter was dibcliargod.
*
Hiiro V u Afttlimn ?
After trying every other remedy In vain ,
thousands have been cured by using SchilT-
maim's Asthma Curo. TiTKl package free of
druggists or by mail. Address Dr. It. Schlff-
maim , St. Paul , Minn. Mention this paper.
Architects ,
Surveyors ,
Contractors
We Imvc a full supply of ] VIatihe-
piatlcal JpstriijneptSj Dy'a'w-
t-pg papersj Tracl'P3 Cloth ,
HFrapslts , Fo s , Ghaipsj Uev
els , rpapcsj Squares Illus
trated Catalogue free.
TUT * niAr n
IINION *
IIIL IILUL U
J14 South 15th Streat ,
Next to JPostofftoo.
Ci-nlg
Cleveland , Ohio.
Hood's ' Proves Its Merit
Scvoro Case of Blood Poisoning
A Perfect Cure
"I will fell how vnluahlo o have found
Hood's Sarsaparlll.i. My brother .Tnlltis was
Blood Poisoned
nnd , although no had medical atten < liucc , ho
fallud lo get nny belter. Uo was slc'c for nlno
weaiy months , .siifltiiliiK with inuiiTcms soies ,
which appeared first lllovntcr lilliter-i. and
when they burst , whci ever lliouater spread a
new sore formed.
The Pnln Was Torrlblo
The troulile was principally upon Ids Ic-gs , and
wo were nttald tliey would have lo bo ampu
tated. Mv grandmother urrjeil in lo Iry Hood's
Kuiauparllla , lint \\o thought It uas of no inc. .is
we had spent liumheiH of dollar * ulilrli had
jirovcu useless ; hut father said , 'Wewill lr > A
bottle. ' Soon after .fullus began taking Hood's
/f * .
Sarsa-
parllla
Sarsnpai lll.i llio sores all disappeared , and In a
short tlmo ho was perferlly cured. " KM MA
Ciuiu , Cl 1'ark St. , i7lh ! Ward , ciotclauil , O.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient , yet
cosy In action. Sold by all druggists. 2Gc.
I WAS BIG.
I WAS PAT.
I FELT MSAH.
I TOOK PILLS.
I TOOK SALTS ,
I GOT LEAH.
Handsome Women Can Lese Weight
Fast. Homely Men Look Better
*
If Thin. Try Dr. Edlson'a
System. No Dieting.
Band worth Twice the Money.
onieo of II. SI. Ilnrtoii , Hardware. Oary Sta
tion. 111..Ian. 14. IS ) ! .
Dr. Kdl-on Do-irslr : I ntn well ploascd with
your trp.itmcnl of obesity. The luncl la worth
twice thu money it co t , for comfort. I h vo
reduced my woleht tun yociniU. I welsh 2J3
now , ana 1 dIU wolgh 2I" > . Vours truly.
H. M. HUIITO.V.
They Are Doing Nlo Good.
linrKllle , 111 , Mar 21. 18)2.
Lorlni ; & Co : Inclo o.1 ttiul i..VI for which ploise
HL'iicl mo thu oilier two hiittloi of Dr. Killton'a Ubea-
Itj Till ; . 1 bare used onu nnd think ther nro ilohik'
tlie work. H. M. 1U1.K V , r. O. llox 7j.
Talk So Much About Your Pills.
I'corln , III. , Juno 13. 1893.
Dear Sirs : After hcnrlntrnno of nir friends lulu o
much about > our Oboilty Tills anil tlio bonutlt hull
deriving from them 1 think 1 will try thorn inyiulf.
I'lenso at'nil lUoSboltloi C. o. I ) . , ami oLpllxo ,
J. Moitius. W 1'orry Street.
FcolBottorandWoIgh 13 Pounds Less
Coslicn. [ nil. . So ; > t. IH. IS'.U
Gentlemen : Inclo cit I i > iul you ? l , for which you
will plnruo solid me three liuttloa of the iibiMltr pills.
Amtnklnz thu fourtli bottle anil fool very much
bettor nnd woliih 13 pouniU lesi tlnin wlian I bojan
tnklnu them. . [ fontlnna your tri'nt neat.
.Mils. J. 0. Mcl'ONN.
tonlli blxtli Street.
An Individual whoso IicUht li
5 foot 1 Inch should wulttu l.t pound ]
t foot SlnctiM " 1C.3 '
S feat 1U Inches " " 170 "
Dr. Kdlion says : "It mnr l > o well to point out.
that In mr uxpurlxr.ce. which Is nocassarlly Tory
cunsldernblo. mnny troublosonioBkln rUsoutes such ,
aaoczonia , u/onu. pHOrlavIn , utlcarln. otc. . are prlui-
rly | cjitso.l by ob.-ilty. nnil nt tlio fat niuliHsh Is
reilueeil ! the plllt nnil Uboslty fruit Hull nnd tha
action of thu band thaiu nffoutlons hnro nlnnut
miiKlcully illsappe.iroil "
'lha Oboslty Krult salt Is usoil In connection with
the I'llls or Itnndfl , or both. ( Yno tu'i'poonful ' Inn
tuiublprof wotor inakui u dollclou * odn. 'I'mlc.i
llkn clinnipul/no.
The bin H coil $ ! .Wiioh forany length up to 3.1
liiclioj , til for ono larKi'r tlinn .111 Inclioi ndd ID
contsoxtru for iMcli < Milltlon.il IlioN.
1'rlco of Krult nlt. JI.UJ.
I'llls tl.5 IVr Holtlo. or : ! lloliluj lor $4.00.
Sent by Mall or Kxprosi
Cut this out ami koffp It , nud Mud for our full (3 (
columnnrtlclo ) on obesity.
Loring & Company.
2 Ilainlllor ) 11. . Djiit 2'l. ' lloston. Mim , ll.'i Htnto
St. , lei ) > t . ' ] , Chicago , 111. , 40 W. Simi St. . llepta ,
I\uw Vork City.
Tor sale In Oniahuby Snow. Lund k Co.
AMUSEMENTS.
aoVTI'Kt .v/nr nilT A noon
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WEDNESDAY Oflfl TUMY , MUCH 15 flild 16.
SPJGOIAL MATINKK THURSDAY.
H. D. ANDMARIE
AND PRESCOTT
IN A ( lUANiri'UDDI'IM'ION ( IK A UltKAT
MOI1KUN I'liAY , KNTITM'I )
THE ABSINTHE DRINKER.
COIPUIE Nfllllliy. ENTIRELY HEW.
The sale of sent * w U opnn 'I'llusil ly inornluif
nt'.i o'clocK ut tin ) fo Innritiit prieos I'lrst
llonr K' . ' .Vaiiil Jl ft ) HatcDny. ( VI. and TSo.
iMiillnre. r > v for iiuy in tor ih"hoiisv.
FRiwy OKI s.iiHriRGH" \ end is.
SATURDAY MATINEE.
73.V. . OryV//3/CAT ,
iFIRvST TIME HERE. '
IN ins M\V : ilium : A in1 COMI : Y
CAPT.
Mlr-S MMIUTKUITIO MKIt NUTO.N.
From the LYCEUM THEATfJE , N.Y.
t'ndor tln < innnuKi'in t > -f
MR. DANIEL FROHJVIAN.
bents will bi > i > ut mi nalu luouini r < iiiK at lliu
follonlnu prlr f 1'irquct ! 1 0 lrM ! > hr urotrslii
ilrcln , ! l , ' ( > . I > ' J" ron in i-ircm t 'l > tlr t two
rows In tin 'emu. ' ( I ' n.-\t IA > roivi lu liulcoiiy ,
l.V. noxl tl > i' r" In .iU * > in > . W (
Tlio Only Noi'plty In Town.
The Fa-motis 'Bros. Byrne ,
The
Great
Big
Sncccss
The Nnutionl Pautomiuilo
Under the nmnaccnicnt of l'rhnroo nn 1 Wost.
MATI N LOK U ISDN KSO V Y.
FARNAM SI. THEATER popjl
int. ' , if , vifi
Bl'JOCIAU KNuCJIMI - NT.
3 Nights Commencing Thur.s.ln. } ' Evoil-
iiiB. March 1G , With Satur
day DIntiiioo.
itlfi , OHAHLES NM1FORD ,
With the Ilcutli llirrott Soonlo 1'roJiirlloii of
Julius Csesar
Mr. Ilauford ai Mnro Antony.
.
No nuvnnco In prlous ,
Beat Colt Sboo in the world for thoprlon.
W. L. DoUKlaSBbocBnrenoiaovetywbero.
Evurybody sbouiavcar thorn. U ia a duty
you ewe youraolt to got tbo rjest value tot
your money. Economlzolnyonr lootwoarby
putohaslngW.L. DoUglasShOOO.wblch
roprononttbe beat value at tbo prlooa Bd-
voiUecd above , co tUoueando can testily.
OT-Tnko No SuuBtltuto. jr
Hcwnroof frnnil. Nona prnulne without W. I
Douslai iiniiio and prlco clamped on bottom. Ixwlc
( or It wbca you buy.
W. It. Didieln- - Vtmi. 1 I . Bolilbr
Sla.'tiui Wcnlicre. Ivcllcy. Stlyor ft Co.J. J ,
Curlson. E.las bvnson.Iuu.ttz Nuwin.il- ' . W.Cro-
sy. outli Uiuiili'i.
original and
( WOROEOTERSHiRE )
toparU the most dHdoua taste and zest ' )
KXTIIACT sourts ,
orai.r.Trnufi'om
SMUDICALOEN.
TI.EMAN at HUd.
ran. to hU lirotbnr
at WOHCEaiBK.
Mar. IBM. COLD
"Tell
LEA & PKHniNa1
tliftt their piiico is
hlKlilyoitromod lo
India , and la in Ely
opinion , tlio clou * ,
julntablo , 03 well
08 tllO lUOf t KbolM.
eomo sajco Uiat ti '
jmiile. " > i-2fS' * * ' i'c
Beware of Imitations ;
sciEmjcKcjtsricsanrji'HzanMsiiaa
eee that you got Lea & Peirins *
Hlcmaturu on every Ixitl.anr Orli/lir. ! It
.IOJI.N IK\CM.\'H HONW. .
OUR EMPLOYMENT DEPT
wlillo I'Oitln the o'nplovor nnd onipoyu ! %
nutliini : . h Hun.ihlcd ua to iiilviincu thu Int'ir-
oaUof both.nnd uKo our own , by * ouurlu ;
bettor CM.i Us with th > inachino.
Wyckoff , Seniijnn & BsnodicI
j n.i iu r.viivv iai1
PERHAHEHTLY CJUS&ED O2 ?
WE KEFER YOU TO 2,500 PATIENTS.
Financial Kefcrcnce : Nal'l Hank of Commerce , Oaaha.
No DETENTION from business. No Operation.
Invuslltfntooiir Mntlinil , WrlUon cuarnntoo tonboii-
lutoly Cure nil klnd nf HfJl'TUHEof liolliKiixwi.wltl.-
nnt Ihn tiso of Kiil'u or nyrlnxi' , no n attor of liuw loru
EXAMINATION
The 0. E. MILLER GOMPANY
, ,
307-300 tl. Y. LIFE BLDQ. , OMAHA , HCB , /
J ' f' 3 N ' ( J J J J ' 7 ' OF
tisu
Camole Juniper
without fear of uny had result ) Ihurortfter. It
ln fo , rollnlila nnd hanulen , uuuu0i after
all oilier ruinodiui hare fnlUd.
Mniiiifiictiirod only liy thn
GAMOLK JUN1PKH CO
SuU ! by ( Irui-RUU OM.lllA.