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COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE
Conclusions Eoaoliod by the Caucus of the
Democratic Senators ,
POPULISTS MEMBERS PROVIDED FOR
nil KI Kuril ( Jlven'nn Important
OJmrintui ) Iilj Slrwnrt of Normla lie-
lain * 111 * Olil rincn tin tlin Minn *
Com 111 It lee The I.Ut.
WABIUXOTOX , P. C. , March 14. The demo
cratic caucus finished its labors today , so far
as the reorganization of the committees of
the senate Is concerned. The session of the
caucus was nut so long as anticipated , do-
nplte the fuct that there was some discus
sion on the < juc. tlon of reorganization of the
elective oQlccs of tht ; senate. Thcro was a
prevailing sentiment In favor nf a speedy
reorganization of the clerical and tao execu
tive forces of the senate and thut sentiment
took tangible shui > e Immediately after the
adjournment of the caucus , when the caucus
comtnitUn1 met In Mr. Ilansom's room for the
purpose of considering the subject. Up to
this time the committee has been so busily
engaged ydth the revision of the committee
lists that the other matter has been referred
to only in an informal manner. This Im
portant branch of the work of the majority
is now however , well under way , and it Is
probable that by this time ne.\t week , if not
earlier the elective ollices of Iho senate will
Iinvu bern changed.
It wIII bo Keen that the committee pro-
vitied chairmanships for Senators Peffer and
Kyle , the populist members , and permitted
Mr Stewart to retain the chairmanship of
the committee on mines and mining , which
he held under the republican organization.
There was some debate ovrr this action , but
the influence of the committee prevailed and
the silver senator from Nevada will not be
disturbed , cither upon the standing or se
lect committees. Places nro found as chair
man for all the new democratic senators.
The republican senators are ghcn eleven
committees , Just the number they gave the
Commit trm nnil ChilrmntiOil : | > < i.
The omVial list as given out by Mr. Oor-
man Is us follows :
On Agriculture George , rhalrinan ; Halo ,
Ransom , I'otTur , llonrh. republicans , tlneo.
Appropilatlonv Cuckrt'fl , chairman : I'nll ,
Gorman , lllnckliiirn , llrlce ; republicans four.
( . 'ontiiiKcnt KpnnM"Wlilte of Iioulslunu ,
chairman ; C'amiK'tr ropuhllraim , one
Ceimui Turiiic , clialrman ; Iti'iryhlto of
Cnllfoinla , Murphy , 1'uRcr ; republicans , four.
Civil K-nlce ( "nil , chairman ; Wnltlmll , Oor-
< lnn , Iiby , icpuhllfans , four.
Cliilinn 1'nsco , chairman ; Daniel , llcrry ,
Oailcrly , Allen of Nebraska ; republicans ,
t'oast Defense1 ; Gordon , chairman ; Irby ,
Mills , White of California ; Smith ; republicans ,
Commerce TEansnm. chairman ; Coke , Vest ,
Oormiin , M hltii of Louisiana , White of Callfor
i ) 1 11. Muipliy ; republicans , six.
District of Columbia Hurrli , chairman ;
Paulkner , Gibson , Human , bmlth , Martin ; ro-
liii bl leans , fl\e.
Education and Labor Kyle , chairman ;
George , lluntoii , C'aicrty , Murphy ; republi
cans , four.
Kncro-sert Hills Mr. - , chairman ; Coclc-
rell , Martin ; republicans , one , ( clialrman ) .
KnerosM'cl Hills Callerty. chairman ; Mttrh-
ell of Wisconsin ; republicans , one.
Epidemic Diseases Mr. - , chairman ;
Harris , Irby. White of Louisiana ; icpubllcalts ,
four , ( chairman ) .
To Evimlno the Several Hranches of the
Civil Sen Ice 1'elTor , chairman ; Gray , Vllas ;
republicans , two.
Democrats on the Finance Committee.
Finance Voorhees , chairman ; Mcl'herson ,
Harris , Vance , Vest , Jones of Arkansas ; le-
publlcuus , live.
Flsliorles Coke , clialrman ; Cull , Gibson ,
Hill , Mltchellof Wisconsin ; lopiilillcans , four.
foreign Kelatlons Morgan , ehulimati : IHit-
lur , ( iray.Turplc. Danlol ; lupubllcans , four.
Imnilcrutlon 11111 , chaiimuu ; Vnorhees , Mc-
rimrsoiii 1'aulkner , 1'olTor ; lepubllcans , four.
Improvement of the Mississippi Iflver Hate ,
chalrmun ; Wulthall , I'almer , I'etTer ; republi
Indian Affair * Jones of Arkansas , clmlr-
inan ; Morgan , Smith. Ilonch , Allen of Ne
braska ; lepu Id leans , four.
Interstate Commerce Itutlnr , clialrman ;
Itrlru , White of LouUlana , Camdcn , Lindsay ;
republicans , live.
irrlKutlc.ii and Reclamation of Arid Lands
Whltuof California , clialrman ; Jones of Ar
kansas Kjlc , Koach ; republicans four.
JudiciaryI'tifili , chairman ; Coke. George ,
Vllas , Hill , Llnctsay ; republicans , five.
Library Mills , chairman ; Voorhces ; repub
licans , one.
Manufactures Gibson. chairman ; Smith ,
Cafferty ; republicans , two.
Military Affairs Walthall , chairman ; Cock-
roll , Hate , Palmer , Mitchell of Wisconsin ; re
Mines- Stewart , chairman ; Hate , Call , Irby ,
Mills ; republicans , four.
Naval Affairs Mcl'herson , chairman : Hut-
ler , lllackburn , Gibson , Camden ; republicans ,
Expenditures of Executive Departments-
Smith , chairman ; Cockrell. Hill. Wullhall ,
Caffcrty ; republicans , four.
1'atcnts Gray , chairman ; Kyle , Mills ,
Berry ; republicans , four.
On J'onglon * .
Pensions Palmer , chairman ; llrlce , Vllas ,
Camden. CalTerty : republicans , four.
r I'ostofllces anil Post Heads Colmiltt , chair
man ; Vllas Irby , Mills , Hunton , Hill ; repub
licans , live.
Printing Gorman , chairman ; Kunsotn ; re
Private Land Claims Mr. - , chairman ;
Kansom , C'olfjultt , Pusco , Herry ; republicans , ' *
eight ( chairman ) .
Privileges and Elections Vance , chairman ;
Gray , I'ucli , Turplo , Palmer ; republicans four.
Public Hullcllngs anil Grounds Vest , chair
man ; rTuntul , 1'usco , llrlce , Gordon ; republi
can * . four.
1'ubllc l.unds Berry , chairman : Wnlthall ,
1'usco , % Has , Martin
, Allen of Nebraska ; re-
yubllcuns , live.
Hallroads Camden , chairman : Berry , Gor
don , Palmer , Martin ; republicans , live.
Relations " 1th Canada Mutphy. clialrman ;
Pitgh , Colqultt , Hunton , Mltchellof Wiscon
sin ; republicans , four.
Kovliilon of Laws Daniel , chairman ; Call ,
Kansom , Llnd ay ; republicans , two.
Kovolutloimry Clulms Mr. - , chairman ;
Coke , Pueh ; republicans , three ( chulrman.i )
Huteslllackburn , chairman ; Harris , Gor
man ; republicans two.
Territories Faulkner , chairman ; Hill ,
Blackburn. Hate , Call , White of California ; re
1 Transportation Routes to th Peaboard-
Irby. chairman ; George , Turple , Gordon ; re
Paclllc Rahmads Brlce. chairman ; Morgan ,
Faulkner , White of Louisiana , Murphy ; repub
Indian Depredations Lindsay , chairman ;
Faulkner. Kyle , White of LouUlana , CockroII ;
republicans , four.
bclect IVimmlttee to Invrstleato Potomac
Jtlvor-Mr. - .clialrman
; McPherson. Kan-
Bom , Hunton , republicans ; three , ( chairman ) .
On Claims Aeriiliut Nicaragua.
To Imiulro Into Claims Against Nicaragua-
Mr. - . chairman ; Morgan , Palmer ; repub
licans , three ( chairman ) .
Woman suffrage Mr. - .chairman ; Vance.
George , lllackburn , McPhcrsou ; republicans ,
two ( chairman ) .
Additional Accommodations for Library of
Congress Mr. - .chairman : Vowrlioos , Hut-
ler , Pugh ; republicans two ( chairman ) .
The Five Cirlllml Tribes of Indians Mr.
- .chairman ; llutlor , 1'usco , Koach ; repub
licans. mo ( clialrman ) .
Un Truimiortatlon and Sale of Meat Prod
uctsMr - .chairman ; Vest. Coke , Allen of '
Nebraska : republicans , two ( chairman ) .
To MstablUli the rnlverslty of the United
States Hunloii. chairman ; ICj le , Vnnce.Jonu *
of Arkam > us , Turple ; republicans , four.
Quailro-tVnteunlal Vllas chairman ; Col-
nuUtest. . Gray. Daniel , Gibson , Voorhees
Lindsay : republlcuns'&K. '
To Itnestlcute the Geological Hurrey Mar
tin , chairman ; Jones of Arkansas ; repub
On National Banks-Mitchell of Wisconsin ,
chairman ; \aiico. Coliiultt ; republicans , one.
On I-on-st Preservation
Allen of Nebruska.
chairman ; Kyle , Morgan ; ropubllcamt , one.
. On Corporations In the District of Colum
bia Mr. - , chairman ; Gorman , Brlco ,
Harris ; republicans , two ( clmlrnmn. )
To InvustigntP the Trespasser * on Indian
Lands Koach , chairman ; Ilutler ; reuub-
llcaus , one.
All I'rorlilpil for Imt
This list is complete with the exception of
the assignment of a senator from Wyoming ,
and that ulaco has been left vacant until
thnt member is sworn In.
At the conclusion of the caucus Mr. Gor
man sent a copy of the list to the republican
committee , w hich was in session In the room
of the committee- appropriations. They
decline to give out anything tonight , but will
report to a republican caucus tomorrow It
is said that there has been quite a pressure
brought to boar upon the committee to ro-
BIOVU Mr Stewart from the republican rei > -
resoutation on ttie committee of appropria
tions , and it U not unlikely that this will bo
done , In flow of the fact that he has boon
kept by the democrats as chairman of the
commit toe on mines and mining The northwestern -
western senator * nro urging that that sec
tion of the country Is entitled to representa
tion upon the Important committees and will
Insist that sumo of their number bit given
the place Mr Dawes' retirement from the
senate leaves the minority representation us
It would be under the reorganisation , but If
Mr Stewart Is removed there will be a va
cancy , and It is this probable vacancy thut
the men from the nnrthxvest arc demanding
should he given to them
The committee changes will probably receive -
coivo the sanction of the senate tomorrow
by resolution , and the old chairmen will
then give up the rooms which have been
occupied by them , and the democrats will bn
in possession of that lmi > ortant branch of
the senate. Nominations will then be re
ceived and promptly acted upon.
( 'Icti'lnnJ'n Callrri Olmlnlililnc In Number *
A IluMHllnn CoinmUftlon.
'WASHINGTON . U. C. , Marrh 14. Callers at
the white house today were not as numerous
as on previous days , and those who caino
were given but brief audiences , as It was
necessary to cut short the reception on ac
count of a session of the cabinet.
Keprcsentatlves Kilgoreand Buiiy of Texas
were among the early callers. They c.imo
to present the name of C. B Stewart of
Gainesville , Tex , for appointment as judge
of the Muskocee ( Indian Territory ) court.
1 Will you roijuest a federal apjiointmeut ? "
Mr Kilgore was asked.
"Not much , " he replied. "I am coming
back to congress to raise Cain. "
UeprusctitatUe Springer of Illinois pre
sented the name of Edgar Morrison of Mor-
risonviUc , cousin to William U. Morrison ,
with an application for appointment as con
sul toKanugawa , Japan.
Mr Springer Jokingly asked the president
to ofllcially promulgate the rule debarring
ex-oflicials from reapiKiintmunt. "Every
one of them thinks that he is the exceptional
case , " said Mr Springer , "and that that
rule does not applj to him. "
With Secretary Grcbhaui came ex-Con
gressman Blount of Georgia , who was chair
man of the housecommitteoon foreign affaire
of the last congress. Mr. Blount was sum
moned to Washington by telegraph and ar
rived this morning. Ho was shown into the
private secretary's room where Secretary
Gresham Joined his colleagues , who were
with the president. In a little while Mr.
Blount was sent for and proceeded to the
cabinet room , u hero he remained for some
It Is said thai he will bo the head of a com
mission which is to bo sent immediately to
Hawaii and that his presence in Washington
is for the purpose of receiving instructions.
It is rumored that when Mr. Blount re
turns ho will be designated to perform spe
cial duties under the direction of the secre
tary of state His position will be a perma
nent one during this administration , and ho
ulll hold much tno same relation to the
State department as General .1. W Foster
did during Secretary Blaino's incumbency
A telegram has Ixjen received bi Secretary
Gresham signed by all the state oftlcerb of
Indiana staling that the appointment of
Hon. William K English to bo minister to
Sweden would give general satisfaction to
the democrats of Indiana.
APPOINTMENT 01' CONSULS.
1'olley that AVI1I Ite Purttiicil by President
Cl tt'liinil. .
x , D C , March 14 President
Cleveland has decided upon a line of policy
to be pursued in the appointment of consuls ,
which Is expected to materially expand the
trade of the United States with foreign
countries , especially with the south and Cen
tral American republics. His i > oHcy is to
select men for appointment to consulships
who have exceptional busiuess qualifications
and possess suflicient trade instinct to recog
nize an outlet for American merchandise and
the ability to aid in working up a market for
the product of American manufactures and
farm. Of course the political element can
not bo entirely ignored in the selection of
consuls , but particular stress will bo laid on
the business abilities of the iiieu whose
names are presented to him.
President Cleveland has Indicated his de
termination on this policy to several con
gressmen lately , and especially to one Now
York member , whoso constituents are inter
ested in the increase of the volume of foreign
trade. It is understood , therefore , that , for
the principal commercial ports and centers
of trade , the selection of consuls will be
based largely u ] > on their commercial fitness ,
und "political reasons" will apply in other
Action Taken by the Civil Srrxloe Cominln-
dlon OH Inc to n Lark of ruudi.
WASHINGTON , D. C. . March 14. The Civil
Service commission today took the necessary
action to cancel all examinations scheduled
to bo held between March 21 , 1893 , and June
80,1893 , lu the Flutes of Missouri , Illinois ,
Ohio , Indiana , New York , Wisconsin , Iowa ,
Nebraska , New Jersey , Connecticut , Dela
ware , Idaho and Wyoming ; also the exami
nations scheduled for Pittsburg , Pa. ; Gar
den City , Kan. ; Grand Junction , Colo. , and
Salt Lake City. U. T.
In explanation this action , Commissioner
Iloosovelt today said that the cancellation of
these dates was made necessary by the fail ifl l
ure of congress at its last session to appro
priate suflicieiit money to pay the expenses :
of the examiners. When the schedules were
prepared the commission had barely enough
funds available to do its work. I ater , by
order of the president , all free delivery j > ost-
ofllces were included within the classified
service. This additional work necessitated
a considerable expenditure , and when a do-
llcieucy became apparent the commission
asked congress for $1,000,000 to cover the
time until next j ear's appropriation became
available , explaining that the work of the
commission could not be continued without
it , Thu deficiency appropriation was not
I'rcc Gold lu the Treasury.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , March 14. The free
gold in the treasury has been built up ; it
aggregates more than $5,000,000. Several
offers were today received from western
points , aggregating $300,000. Secretary
Carlisle is accepting these offers as fast as
he can supply treasury notes for them. Only
the most advantageous offers are now ac
cepted. The names of the banks that make
the offers and the cities in which they are
located are not now given to the press for
publication. This change In practice is said
to have been suggested by President Cleve
land , as some of the hanks have an idea that
to have the fact stated that they were part
ing with gold might have the effect , to
weaken the confluence felt in them.
The Treasury department Is also accumu
lating gold in the ordinary course of busi
ness , though no offers of gold In any con
siderable amount have been received by the
treasury from eastern bankers.
Nate * .
WASIIISOTON , D C. , March 14. Mr. Hep-
burn , the comptroller of the currency , has
called for a rei > ort of the condition of
national banks at the close of business
Monday , March 0 , 1593.
Secretary Carlisle this afternoon culled by
appointment at the executive mansion and
had an extended conference with the presi
dent on treasury mutters.
Schneider's attorneys called at tbo white
house this afternoon to appeal to the presi
dent for executive clemency. They did not
see the president , but loft their papers with
the private secretary.
SECOND HOSIER INDICTMENT
Ou Eocord and a Capias Issued but Not
MR. BAKER DREW AN IRONCLAD INDICTMENT
itpUln : > \ \ by lie It Not Itnpnnnllilr for
SIo hrr' Arrcut l' y * Illi ItrnpiTt *
to Attorney llurr nnd
" Sliy ter l-awyrri.
There Is a good deal of mystery surround-
inc the Moshcr Indictment in the federal
court , as was suggested in Tun BEE several
days I airo , but certain statements tnado by
parties at Lincoln do not seem to be borne
out by the facts. It hits boon stated by at-
torucys at Lincoln that the second indict
ment in the case , which is the most severe ,
has never becu made u matter of record. InI
qulry at the clerk's ofllco yesterday
showed this to be a mistake. The second in
dictment is a matter of record. U Is Just as
much a part of the grand Jury's work as the
first otio is. but for some reason Mr Mosher
has never been arrested upon the second in-
The clerk's record shows that the capias
has been issued , but the deputies in the
marshal's ofllce say they have never seen It.
Marshal Slaughter was out of town yesterday -
torday and his explanation of the situation
could not be obtained Clerk Sciplo Dundy
is also out of the city , so it is imjiossiblo to
ascertain whether ho or the marshal Is
holding the capias unservcd.
Speaking ot the assertion to the effect
th'it the Indictment upon which Mr. Mosher
was at rested was no account , Attorney
Baker said yesterday "It Is rather
amusing to me to be receiving pointers from
day to da > about the Mosher
case I would like to see the man who
would bet with mo that the Indictment upon
which Mr Moshcr was arrested will not
stick. I have not lost a single indictment in
this court and 1 feel Just ns sure of that one
as 1 have of any" ! have ever drawn. It is
drawn after the form of the indictment that
sent Mr Harper of the broken Cincinnati
bank to the penitentiary , and I rather guess
the attorney who makes an effort to quash
it will have his hands full
5 > jstrrj bonu-ulint Clearer.
"So far as the arrest of Mr. Moshor on the
second indictment is concerned. 1 will say
that I have nothing to do with that part of
the business. That is the duty of the cleric
of the court and the United States marshal
When the grand Jur } brings in n bill agaiust
a man and it is presented to tbo court I am
through until the tlmo comes for
prosecution. It is amusing to me to
note how people get matters mixed
Jii Tun BUE this inornmc 1 read thut the
second indictment has never been Hied In
court. To a lawyer that statement is an ab
surdity How could an indictment bo '
an indictment without being filed
In court ? No man but u Jack-leg law-
j or could tell. Indictments are not alwaj s
made public , but they uro always u matter
of record. It would not do to publish indict
ments ns soon as they are returned , for in
many instances the criminals would escape
so indictments are kept as part of the secret
records of the court until the parties are aj > -
prehended. It is my opinion that after a
party has been arrested then the indictment
in the case should properly become a part of
the public record , but not until then. But I
am not the party to say when the arrest
should be made. That matter rests with the
clerk of the court and the United States '
marshal. " .
Cratttltous Legal Opinion. ]
Keferring.to the refusal of the Department
of Justice to grant Attorney Burr and his
clients the use of the bank records nnd the
indictment found against Mr. Mosher. Mr.
Baker said"If Mr Burr and his clients
have a legal right to these things they are
making so much noise about there is u w ay
to got them. The United States has a case
of its own against Mr. Moshcr. Does any '
sane man suppose for a moment that the i
United States Ls going to furnish evidence I
for individual prosecution before its own ease .
is disposed of Why should the clients represented - '
resented by Mr. Burr be given the right to
the evidence thut has been secured ,
against Mr. Mosher for the benefit of ,
all the creditors of the bank and for the ,
public good , when the yielding of such evi
dence might work a benefit to only those , '
represented by Mr Burr ? Who are Mr. j
Buir's clients that they should stet ) In and
take the case out of the hands of the federal
court to the detriment of other interests
equally deserving ? These are the questions i
that come to a lawyer , but they may not
dawn upon the overage reader.
'As I said before , if Mr. Burr nnd his |
clients have a right to the evidence in the
hands of the federal court there is a legal
way for them to get It. Mr. Burr knows
that as well as I do , and let him take the
proper steps and quit whining around as
though the United States court was under
obligations to furnish him with evidence
with which to prosecute his case. "
A pure beef drink , palatable and strength
ening , a boon to dyspeptics and invalids
Cudahy's ' -Kex"
Brand Fluid Beef.
Loir Itute Kxctirdon.
My fourtec'nth special excursion to
Houston , Tex. , via 'the Santa Fa route ,
leaves Omaho Monday , March 20 , J89I1.
Address R. C. Patterson , 42o Rainge
building , Oinahn , Neb.
J.ILK OF.1 IlEAUTft'VL frOJ/.l.V.
Sensational Dltorre Suit Jlroticht by Itev.
Churlm M. Minttuck.
BriAzii. , Ind. , March 14. Rev. Charles M.
Shattuck li.is instituted u suit in the supe-
rlor court for a divorce from his wife , Hattie ,
whom he charges with Infidelity with Mat-
thew R. Yoeum , county auditor. The sensa
tion has been In the wind for several mouths. '
It Is claimed that Mrs. Shattuck went to'
Mr. Yocum's ofllco frequently , and that the
latter often called on Mrs. Shattuck when
her husband was absent. The matter culmi
nated recently when Mrs. Shattuck broke
down nnd confessed to her husband , - whereupon
upon Mr. Shattuck Immediately sent her to
her parents in California , Thev were mar
ried in September , 1889. Mrs. Shattuck is a
beautiful young woman of winning ways and
has a large circle of friends. It is said thut
Mr. Shattuck will institute a suit agaiust
Mr. Yocum lor alienation.
- * -
We sell Parks Couch S.vrup on a jwsitivo
guarantee to euro all throat und lung troubles.
It has stood the test for many years and to
day is the leading remedy for the euro of
colds , consumption and all discuses or the
throat and lungs. Price 50 cents and fl.W.
The 'liurllngtonV New TicUet Oflice
is at 1321 Farnatn street.
A. 31UC11 MAKltlKH M.IJUIC.
In Moment * of Mentul Aberration Ho
ATLANTA , Gu. , March 14. [ Special Tele
gram to THE BEE.J Viola Rhcine , as she
was known in Jacksonville , Flu. , claims to
bo the wife of Major Edward J. Hood , a
much married man. Major Hood Is u con
federate veteran who stood well In South
Carolina. Three wives were laid in the
grave on the old plantation. Three years
ugo ho went to Chicago where ho married
his fourth wife , who is now with him.
About u month ago u South Carolina woman
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
appeared who < Inltnod , tl > nt ho hnd recently
married her The case , wa * fixed up by the
Chicago wife , who smns to have consider
able mono ) The nej t week another alleged
wife put In an npjKsarance from Savannah
Her case wa hanlerlOLScttlo than the first
one , but the Chicago wife ngaln proved to bo
a good diplomat and Kdt the woman nut of
the way Now comes the third of the new
wives , Miss Viola Kht'lne , whom the old
man had married on the same trip. Major
Hood makes no effort to explain or deny ,
except that as he was vroundod during the
war , and at certain times is not quite himself ,
these Indiscretions must have occurred dur
ing moments of mental aberration.
VOSTl'OXKIt TllK M. 1' . KLGCTWX.
Now Itonrtl nt Dlrortorn Cho < on , but the
Naming of Ultlrorn Dcliijrd.
ST. Ix > r , Mo. , March 14 [ Special Tele
gram to THE Ben. ] At the annual mooting
of the stockholders of the Missouri Pacific
railroad today the following board of dlrec-
I tors was elected for the ensuing year
George J. Gould , H'issoll Sage , A. Ij. Hop
kins , Edwin Gould , Lewis Fitrgerald , John
I P. Munn , John G. Moore. Howard Gould ,
| Samuel D. Sloan , Thomas T Ikkert. D. D
Parmley , all of Now York , and Carlos S.
Creoley and S. II. H. Clark. The now at-
1 rectors were Howard Gould and Lewis Fitz
gerald. The board will hold a meeting tomorrow -
I morrow , but as there Is only u minority of
the members present it will adjourn to f > ow
York , whore it will elect a president and
| The annual report of the Missouri Pacific
and the Iron Mountain & Southern shows.
Gross ( earnings , $27.041.037. operatine ex
penses j , ote . $ J0.2t7 : 771 , surplus. $303Mn
The statement of the Central branch of the
i ' Union 1 Pacific , leased by the Missouri Pacific ,
shows- Gross earnings. . < l.Hi'.HK : ' ! ) : operating -
, ing i expenses , $37$10 : ! ; net eainings , MU4OSO
t i TOUCH ,1011 JOH f < ULlt JKIIS.
\ ! Mexican Troop * Ordered to Mnrch Tlirouch
I Viiqul Indian Country.
Cimit'AiirA , Mex. , March 14. The secre-
I tary t of war has ordered the Eleventh regi
ment of cavalry to march through the very
j | I heart , of the turbulent Yaqui Indian country.
I ' Beside the danger of being completely ex
terminated by the Indians , the regiment will
undergo one of the most ditllcult marches
t ever undertaken in Mexico , after having
made u trip of MX ) miles from Sonora to this
It Carts Coldi , Coaglii , Bore Throat , Croup , Infln-
nsa , Whoopinf Cough ) Bronchitis and Aithma.
A certain euro for Coniampbon in flnt Btacea ,
and a eure relief in tivocotd itagei. tlie at once.
Yon will aee the exeelltnt effect after taking the
first dote. Sold by dealers evurywhtrt. Large
bottles 6" c ia end
IB superior to all oilier preparations
claiming to bo blood-purifiers. First
of all , because the principal Ingreili-
cut used in it is the extract of genuine -
uino Honduras sarsaparllla root , the
variety rlcliest in medicinal proper-
tures uatarrn ties. Also , bc-
causc the ycl.
low dock , being raised expressly for
the Company , is always fresh and
of the very best kind. AVith equal
discrimination and care , each of the
other ingredients arc selected and
compounded. It Is
because ft is always the same in ap
pearance , flavor , an if effect , and , be
ing highly concentrated , only small
doses are needed. It is , therefore ,
the most economical blood-purifier
in existence. It
makes food nourishing -
unt , sleep refreshing -
ing , and life enjoyable. It searches
out all impurities in the system and
expels them harmlessly by the natu
ral channels. AVER'S Sarsaparilla
gives elasticity to the step , and im
parts to the aged and infirm , re
newed health , strength , and vitality.
I'rcpnred by I > r..T C Aver S.Co..Lowell , MUM.
Bold by all DruecMe , 1'rlre ? 1 , uli Lotties , (3.
Cures others , will cure you
Protect Your Eyes
nnd us o
H i r s c h1
& Bro. Co. .
jyjEMTEJ ) JULY2I" ! for Oinnho.
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. ONTiY.
I AHD WOMEH AT OHCt. 'cither loot ot in ! lnc ) to ]
represent til , kdverme. distribute uur rinted nutter ,
and introduced our poods. Strarly employment
kfliO A MDHTH 3AM * * * V "I ! "
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OO * * InUn I n liilu I.Tfry I wol r.
L to competent person * T on t rtf Uy a moment lint wtiie
1 MEPO-ELECTRO PAD CO. . ClnclnnaU. Ohio j
5HQfve Seeds , "
, tbo wonderful rcmcdr
B | g Bolt ) wltll a writ-
iSnS ? ? oSine s.l * SttndB.MiarUDi !
and lii MiitT. I'o t n p rxinTcnien ; to carry In TeBtppck j-t S 1 per pnck
ntro ! ANtii-Tri"'Kr.n , r wre/WtMmotKV. Circular tree. Adrtnms Iiprvti- " ' o. . rnica. . . .
ForSsle in Omaha by Sherman < Ss O'Connell , 1313 Dodos Street
"THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK. "
BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDN'T USE
MAX MEYER & BRO. CO.
NOW IS THE TIME
For thoughtful hons-pliociicrs to ncloctn now , nccurnto nnd fliio
From among onr ImmtniND stock of the handsomest design * to bo
found in Europe and America , for
Our Grand Closing Out Sale
IK now goln ; ; on. A fotv of our roiluood price * .
J'rlce * I'r/oo.
lllnclt JJmimpJoff CJoofc- < Sr.rtO 4 * fi.OO
C/OO/-H . fi.r O
> < / Iron CJopfcs JO.OO T.fiO
fjflf S/O.Of ) Jfi.OO
J'roiicli Aliir/ilo OOc-frs . ' 'i.OI ) JM.OO
Mexlcnti Itiivx t'/ocks . ' 'O.OO IfO.OO
N. 11. Wo alsoolTor crent Hi'itnc'ilntit In our S / / Stcrlliiir Silver
\\-uro. RiifirantOBd UaPlne. Unrliain.Vliltluz. . Tonlo. Uilrgm. and all tno
best ruanufac-t'irsrs , at II. S3 per ounce , all tbo latest closlRtin. Giro us a call
and bo convinced
MAX MEYER & BRO. CO. ,
Kit It mill I'm mint St roofs.
VfltLout cionor anlw It in : i rtlj.
To t ie
You are not wall , uttt luivono
money or tlmo to oo a do..or.
Cutout theniitnoprlntoJ hnra
UlI'ANS CI1HM1CAL 00. .
1'nnttilton ti postal oarfl.
Wrlto vour own numooti tli3
otbcr slJoof tboc.ird ; put It In
Uio Post Olllfo , and l > y rot urn
inall you will uet u letter null
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1816 Douglas Street , Omafta , Neb.
Tlio cnilnnat , ! ' clallut In unrvom chronic prlvito. UIDol. skill andurlmrr UliBMei A razalir 111
reclntpred KmrJ ui n muaiCltm al liloian un-J ojrtlUcntm nhoir ll stllltreittn ; with th3 erdateit ao.
rc B catarrh , lost t"i,0od-senilnit | weakneis nlitht IO IBI and alt furrui of prlvA'.a dUaiiai. No mjrou-
rrueod New treatment for0 | i of vital pswor I'nrtlei unable to vllt me m r t > j treital nt hum } t > r
correspondence MiUlolno orla > triimeal * aunt ! > r mill or nrpren nacurulr pict.j.1 , no rairxi to Inlloat *
contents or sender. ODD periiailintBrrlBir preforrel Ooaiultitlua trai Cnrrmp jn.loao3strloltr print" *
Hook lllyilurlosuf Llfeieat frjj Offlsti hc > ur Va m to9pm SuaiUrs 13 n.m lol.'m seaJ itiaip fur olr
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( INCORPORATED. )
OPEN THIS WEEK SffMTte * 'ruiM " ' ' '
Entire New Stock
QPECIAL ATTENTION will be given this department -
partment by Mr. H. R. Havens , one of the
most original and artistic drapery men from
the east. He will be here this week and will
be pleased to furnish original sketches for any fte.
corner you may have to decorate.
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