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BESET BY OFFICE SEEKERS
Orowds of Anxious Patriots Poster the Demo
WISTFUL-EYED PARTISANS WANTING JOBS
OTIier IiiTmle thr Srnnte Clminlier to 1'rcneiit
Their C'liiliiu for Preferment lUiputillcan
Hnmliirn Knjny the liUcuinfort of
llielr 1'olltlenl Adremarj' .
WASIIINOTON' , D. C. , March It ) . The
clmngo thut has como over the senate was
apparent to most Inexperienced observers
today. As soon ns the body had adjourned
nftor Its brief session , the army of oftlco
seekers who have been thronging the corri
dors for days , had an opportunity to see
their senators , nnd they nil found their way
to the democratic side of the chamber , with
the result that nearly every senator was
soon surrounded by a group of wistful-eyed
men , and then was soon obliged , In self-de
fense , to flco to the rotlrlns committee
rooms On the other side of the chamber ,
the republican senators sat at their case
and weru unmolested observers of
the went ) . Some Jokingly complained that
they lost popularity and the leaders , who
rarely have a moment to themselves , had
leisure today to sit quietly and commiserate
with their hard besot colleagues , on the
democratic side. Several of the republican
senators talked earnestly with Senator
Stewart , iwssibly In explanation of the party
necessity which had Impelled them to drop
him from the minority membership on the
Appropriations committee. If ho feels any
Mircness over this mutter Senator Stewart
manages to conceal It very effectually Hi'
professes to bo entirely Hatislled with his
situation , beitiK at liberty to vote with
cither party or against any measures which
do not commend themschvs to his judgment ,
Irrespective of party considerations.
CONSTITUTION OK Till : UNITKU STATUS.
The Original Document Will Ho Inhibited at
tlui World' * I'nlrYliitliliiKtoii Note * .
WASHINGTON , I ) . C. , March 1(1. ( Uvery pre
caution will bo taken by the State depart
ment to prevent any mishap to that corner
stone of the republic the original constitu
tion of the United States during its exhibi
tion at the World's fair. It will form a part
of the State department exhibit , and a now
< -aso has been constructed to prestrvo the
old document from possible Injury or loss.
It Is In n fairly good state of preservation.
The new cnso is almost perfectly fireproof.
The same care will bo taken of tl.o declara
tion of independence , the articles of confed
eration of the colonies and the other histor
ical government exhibits.
Princess Kaiulani and sulto were enter-
talnod nt a luncheon today on the receiving
ship Dale , stationed at the Washington navy
.vard , by the commanding ofllcer and Mrs.
There was a noticeable falling off in the
number of callers at the white house this
morning. However , there wcro enough to
Iceop every ono busy.
Tills was diplomatic day at the State de
partment and in the Intervals between inte'r-
vlatts with the ofllco seekers and their spon
sors the secretary received Sir Julian I'aun-
cofoto , the Hrltlsh minister ; Mr. .1. A. W.
flrip , the Swedish minister ; Mr. Co/o !
Tatcno , the Japanese minister ; Mr J. Palo-
notre , the l < * rcnch minister , nnd Prince Can-
tocuzen , the Uusslan minister.
Arrangements have been made for n recep
tion of the members of the diplomatic corps
by President Cleveland at the white house
Saturday afternoon , when the diplomats will
bo formally presented to the president.
CASK < ) ! ' A IKHUJS I.OIIU.
1'rolmMo Deposition of till Appeal from n
flttorcln Court tit tlio Miprniiin Court.
WASIIIXOTOK , D. C. , March 10. ThoUnited
States supreme court today Intimated quito
plainly what decision it will announce In the
future lu regard to the appeal from the adverse
verso decision of the Georgia courts of Sid
ney I uscclos , whoso swindling operations
, under the alias of Walter Bcrcsford , son of
T-ord Ueresford. gave him much notoriety
nnd caused much comment on the part of the
pcoplo of standing' into whoso society ho
vrtis received. I ascolos' case cnmo up for
argument in the court today and after lis
tening to what his counsel had to say the
court practically announced that it did
noc think ho had not made out oven a
doubtful case , informing counsel for the
state that it did not care to hear
what ho had to say in reply. Lascelos In
Kngland became acquainted with a gentle
man connected with the . /IStim company of
Koine. . . Gil. , and securing letters of introduc
tion , on representation that ho was a son of
Lord Boresford and wanted to invest In
property In America , cauio to this country
and successfully passed himself on many
prominent pcoplo as what ho represented
himself to ho. Ho swindled some ol them
nnd was arrested in Now York , oxtradltcd
to Georgia and convicted and sentenced on
the chnrgn of uttering a bogus cheek. The
pica advanced for his appeal to the United
States supreme court was that his rights
had boon violated ns ho had been extradited
for ono offense ifml tried for another.
m.OllNT'S Till ! ' TO HAWAII.
It Ift Snltl tlmt thu llrM'iiuo Cutter Ittuli
Unit ItiMMi 1'liu'tMl tit Illii DUpomil. '
"WASHINGTON , D. C. , March 1(5. ( Secretary
Hcrhcrt today declined to nftlnh or deny the
statement that the revenue cutter Uush at
San Francisco had been ordered to hold her
self in readiness to carry Mr. Hlomit to
Hawaii. It is unofllcially stated , however ,
that the revenue cutter will bo pHced at Air.
Dloimt's disK.sil | ) ; on his arrival , and unless
other arrangements can bo made for the Pa
cific Mall steamer , which sails for China on
the 2kl ; lost. , to touch at Honolulu , Mr.
Ulount will sail on the Rush. It will take
that vessel about u ucok to make the trip.
Will .Not Arrnpt I.IKhtn right Onlil.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , March Hi. Senators
Wolcott and Teller of Colorado called this
morning and had an interview with Secre
tary Carlisle upon the subject of the light
weight of Denver , Colo. , gold. The secre
tary pointed out the statutes to them regu
lating his action in the promises and the
government ofllcers at Denver wcro tclo-
graphed not to accept lightweight gold ex
cept by weight.
When lightweight gold Is offered the gov
ernment , and the parties offering it refuse
to sell it by weight , it is returned to them
with the word light" stamped across its
lace , the same as the word "counterfeit" is
stamped across the face of a had note.
The Treasury duparlmcnt has found that
much of the gold offered , in addition to tnat
offered by Denver , was lightweight by rea
son of "sweating. " In all instances the
lightweight has been made good or the gold
has been accepted at its actual weight. The
law provides that gold moro than one-half of
1 per cent below the .standard welgnt of
tolerance , which is 'jriS.lU grains to the del
lar , cannot bo accepted by the Treasury de
partment at its face value , but only by Its
TII Opi-n the Chtirokvo Strip.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , March 10. Active
preparations are about to bo bcuun by Secre
tary Iloko Smith for opanlngtho Chcrolcco
Strip under the provisions of the Indian ap
propriation act ratifying the agreement with
the Chornkees. The preliminaries to bo ob
served prior to opening the outlet to settle
ment by proclamation of the president will
consume coiuldurablo tiuio. Seventy al
lotments are to bo made to Indians who
wore burnt tldo rosldonts of the Strip prior to
November , Ib'Jl , anil engaged in farming ,
and the Strip is to bo opened to settlement
under the provisions of the act to organize
Appointment * of I'oitimntorn.
WASHINGTON. D. C. , March 10. Postmas
ter General Blssu-ll stated today that when
ever there U a contest for any postoftlco the
jicrson who hold the oftlco under Mr. Cleve
land's former administration Is not tobocon-
lie further stated thut the full
power of thin rule will bo applied to the
fourth-class postofllccs nnd he , nnd not the
president , was responsible for it , ThU
statement loaves open the prospect of renp
polntmont of postmasters who held ofllco
under Mr , Cleveland before when there is no
other applicant for oftlce , but holds strictly
to the rule that as between two applicants
he who has not before held ofllco shall be the
Trontlri with I'orclRH rimer * .
WASHINGTON , D. C. , March 10. Authority
has been given by President Cleveland to
Secretary Urcshnm to exchange with Min
ister Grip certificates of ratification of the
extradition treaty between the United States
nnd Sweden , recently ratified by the senate.
The exchange will take place soon , and
probably tomorrow , and the president's pro
clamation declaring the treaty in lorco will
at once follow.
Exchanges of the ratifications of the
French and Russian treaties , which also
wcro recently ratified by the senate , will
take place in Paris nnd St. Petersburg
respectively , probably before the end of next
Will Not Oppoto tin ) Nominations.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , March 10. Senator
Murphy of Now York was asked tonight If
the report was true that ho would attempt
to prevent the confirmation of President
Cleveland's Now York appointments.
"There Is no truth in it whatever , " replied
"How about the confirmation of Ilobort E.
Maxwell nnd ICdward H. Whitney ? "
"Tho Now York senators will do nothing
to delay their confirmation. On the con
trary they will join in having them con
( Jetting Knnil ) to Ouaril A en I list Uliolrrn.
WASHINGTON' , D. C. , March 10. A confer
ence of maritime quarantine ofllcers and
ofllcers of the marine hospital service
was held today for the purpose
of securing the co-operation of
state nnd local quarantine ofllcers
In the adoption of uniform regulations In
order that all along the coast there may bo
a uniformity of quarantine during the
coming summer , in order to effectually
guard against cholera.
Chungo * In tliu Nitvy.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , March 10. Hoar Ad
miral Irwin has been detached from the
command of the Mara Island navy yard and
ordered to command the Aslatic.station , re-
iovlng Admiral Harmony , who returns
homo to retire ) . Commodore Brown , now on
waiting orders , will probably take Irwln's
place at Mure Island.
( Iriicrnl I tun in lc ( ln .
WASHINGTON , D. C. , March 10. The secre
tary of the Interior today accepted the
resignation of Green U. Itauni ns commis
sioner of pensions , nnd has designated
Deputy Commissioner Andrew Davidson to
take charge of that adieu until the appoint
ment by the president of C2cncr.il Uaum's
Kvtmtors In SuadUm Ten Minute * .
WASHINGTON , D. C. , March 1(1. ( The senate ,
after a ten minutes session , adjourned till
jvijiivs row TIIK .I/MIT.
dinner * of Intercut lu tlio Iteeular Service
WASIIINOTON , D. C. , March 10. [ Special
Telegram to TUB UnnTho ] following army
orders were Issued today :
The leave of absence granted First Lieu
tenant William W. Galbraith , Fifth artil
lery , February 17 , is extended two months.
Second Lieutenant John Howard , Nine
teenth infantry , will ns soon as practicable
report in person to the commanding ofllcer of
the UnitedJoStatcs Infantry and Cavalry
school tit Fort Leavenworth for preliminary
instruction preparatory to his detail as a
student officer of the school.
The Icavo of absence on surgeon's ccrtill
cate of disability granted Captain Cyrus A.
Earnest , Eighth infantry. October 12'J , Is cx-
tciuleU one month and fifteen days on ac
count of sickness.
i So much of special orders of December 28
as directs Lieutenant Colonel George II.
Burton , inspector general , to join Ills station
on the completion of the duty contemplated
by that order , is amended to direct him to
return to Crafton , Cat. , the iilaco of receipt
by htm of the order specified , and to ihero
revert to a status of absent v * itli le.ivo.
The extension of Icavo of absence on stir
gcon's certillcato of disability granted Major
John C. G. HappcrbOtt , surgeon , December
7 , is further extended three months on ac
count of sickness.
By direction of the secretary of war , a
board to consist of Major John C. Gllmoro ,
assistant adjutant general ; Captain Thomas
Wilhelm , Eighth infantry ; Captain William
L. Pitcher , Eighth infantry , will assemble
at the War department on the 20th inst. for
the purpose of examining , reporting upon
and making recommendations as to whether
the "blanket roll support" designed by First
Lieutenant Charles Dodge , jr. , Twenty-
fourth inf.intry , is worthy of adoption as
part of the foot soldiers' Held equipment.
Ii'oirtinrnt : ol tli < < IMnttr.
General Brooke is suffering from the ef
fects of the exposure that his duties ini
posed upon him nt the Cleveland inaugura
tion , nnd is confined to his house with
The board of military examiners appointed
to examine applicants for promotion me
this morning in the court martial rooms at
the headquarters and took the names of all
those who wished to bo examined. There
wore but three young men present , but moro
ara expected today. Formerly it was these
examinations wcro open only to those non
commissioned ofllcers , but any man In the
ranks who thinks ho can stand the prelim
inary examination for promotion to a rank
abova that which ho occupies can take the
Trntoler IlolicrHoii About to Start Out on
Those who braved the storm last evening
to hear the last of a series of lectures deliv
ered by Mr. Frank It. Kobersou in this city
wo.ro not disappointed. The subject , "India
nnd the East Indians , " was a fortunate se
lection , anil proved to bo a thcmo full of In
struction and entertainment.
The speaker , attired In the garb peculiar
to the country , began by speaking of the an
tiquity of Asia , "tho cradle of mankind. "
The great nations of today had been pre
ceded by grout nations of centuries past.
Had there been no Persia or India , there
would have been no Greece or Homo ; anil
had there been no Greece or Homo , certain
of the gro.it European nations of today
would not exist. Civilization began in IndU
! I,0K ( ) years before Christ.
India is divided into three political
divisions , each of which has a government of
Its own. Its area is larger than that of
Europe without Russia. It contains twenty
cities of over KKH)0 ( ) inhabitants oaeh.
The speaker then began nt Tutlcorln In
extreme .southern India and described a four
months journey , giving largo stereopticon
views of noteworthy scones. Ono was at ono
moment in a busy thoroughfare of some
great city surrounded by buildings of odd
design and people of an unfamiliar raco.
The next moment ho found himself before
or within a delicately carved temple ,
of which there seem to bo a invnad , observ
ing Its urtistio sculpture and marveling at
the gcnias that gave It birth. Again ho
shuddered as ho looked ujxin the horrid en
closure at Bombay Into which the natives
cast their dead ami upon whoso walls are
perched greedy vultures ready to seize upon
tholr human prey. Then ho trembled with
the tourist as ho took his first ride upon tlio
elephant and looked with fearful eye ui > on
the ground beneath him. He beheld the
majesty of the Himalavas nnd the grandeur
of the Ganges flowing to want the sea. Ho
saw the natlvo engaged in all sorts of pagan
worship and following all sorts of occup.i-
ttons. Ho suffered In the torrid sun and
gave a sigh of relief when the cool breezes of
another cltmo were Inhaled.
Mr. Koborson goes from hero to Colorado
Springs , whcro he will glvo three lectures ,
nnd then return to Now York. Ho is well
satisfied with his reception In Omaha and
the profits from his lectures hero. *
Itlpo StrinTuorrlci on tlio Vine * .
An excursion to sunny North Galvestnn ,
Tox. , will leave Omaha March 20th , ISiM.
For particulars and special inducements
apply to Agunt D , D. Smeatou. Uom 17 ,
Barker block , Omaha. '
REFUSED TO RETURN HOME
An Omaha Qirl Aska the Aid of Lincoln
ANXIOUS TO SECURE HER TRUNK
Authorltloi Itmiicftteil | to COIIIMI | | Her
1'ntlior to Surrender lilt DniiRlitor'l
Perionnl Property Pollco Now *
Notes of Interest.
LINCOLN , Nob. , March 10. [ Special Tale-
gram to THE BEE. ] A young woman , whoso
homo is in Omaha , but whoso name the po
lice refuse to divulge , applied to the chief
for assistance today lu securing her valua
bles from her father. The latter came down
from Omaha yesterday and wanted her to
return homo , but she refused. She gave htm
some money , however , n portion of which ho
spent getting an expressman to take her
trunk to the depot during her absence from
the place whcro she was working. The girl
is supposed to have run away from homo.
She loft for Omaha this afternoon with a
letter from the Lincoln police to the Omaha
officials to aid her In getting her trunk back.
I'ollcu Court Now * .
Malilon Holcomb , a young colored man ,
was arrested this morning on suspicion of
being the chap who frightened and assaulted
several ladles In South Lincoln Saturday nnd
Sunday evenings. At least that Is the sup
position among the ofllccrs , although Chief
Otto refuses to say whether that Is the
charge or not , "suspicion" being the only
charge on the boons. Holcomb was released 1
on ball this afternoon. The ladies have not
yet been called on to identify him.
The residence of Dr. Sims at 1723 M street
was entered by n thief this morning , and all
th'o doctor's clothing , with the exception of
what ho was wearing , was taken. Mrs. Sims
was away from homo nt the time , hut the
people living upstairs heard the nolso madu
by the thief , and supposed it was the doc
tor's wlfo returned.
City lu Itrlof.
A number of East Lincoln sports wit
nessed a two-round fight between two
blooded game roosters In an east O street
barn this morning. The chickens were
Kentucky Butcher Boy and Do mi nick Joe.
At tlio beginning of the third round Joe
refused to continue the fight and the purse ,
. " > . was awarded the Boy.
Tlio Board of Education has issued n call
for a bond election to bo held at the same
time as the city election to vote $100,000 for
now buildings. At the recent nonpartisati
convention the sentiment was expressed thtrir
more buildings should bo had , and it was
upon this that the board acts.
It was after midnight when the independ
ent city convention completed its ticket and
adjourned. The ticket in full Is : Mayor ,
A. II. Weir ; treasurer , II. M. Lcavitt ; clerk ,
J. W. Jordan ; excisemen , F. W. Brown and
G. B. Chapman ; school board , , ! . M. Med-
dins , Lawrence Fossler and Mrs. Belle G.
Blgolow ; city attorney , O. W. Cromwell ;
police judge , J. C. McNerny ; city engineer ,
J. P. Walton ; cemetery trustee. A. D.
Guile ; councilmcn , First ward , J. C. Me-
Cargcr ; Second , Joseph Wittman ; Third
H. II. Slmhorg : Fourth , W. H. Baird ; Fifth ,
no selection ; Sixth , George A. Soybolt ;
Seventh , .T. S. Gabcl.
Mattlo Granger asks for a divorce from her
husband Milton , on the ground that ho has
deserted her , and Is cohabiting with Sarah
Uroadwnter at Beaver Crossing , Seward
county , Neb.
W. L. Armstrong , a Burlington brakcman ,
was brought to the hospital late last night
from Sterling , Nob. , where ho had been in
jured in n railroad accident. Ho was caught
between two cars , which were being shifted ,
nnd his thigh bone crushed and internal in
juries inflicted. Ho is not expected to live.
His homo Is at Wllber , where ho has a wife
and live children.
The local board of directors of the Manu
facturers and Consuners association loft
today tor Omaha to attend the meeting of
tlio state board.
J. A Buckstaff nnd J. E. Utt have gone to
Chicago to endeavor to settle the difficulties
with tlio various insurance companies consequent
quent upon the ourning of the vitrified
brick works a fo\v weeks since. The adjusters
refuse to allow tlio full amount claimed by
Buckstaff on the ground that the loss was
not total or of the amount claimed.
Sheriff McClay has received a letter from
Gorlnchom , the Netherlands , asking for in
formation of Bastian Enhoorn , who lived
hero In 1891. The letter sets forth that
"tho family live hero , and their letters not
having been answered , they would bo very
happy to know If ho is cither living or
dead . "
.sioimii > A FOUTUNB.
CliarlcH Donohtio'H Hulrx Cn Prove Tholr
POTTSVIU.E , Pa. , March 10. Prominent
attorneys of Lincoln , Nob. , have been hereof
of Into hunting up the heirs of Charles
Donohuc , a wealthy bachelor , who died
there a year ago , leaving a cattle ranch nnd
other property valued at over $100,000.
There were many claimants of the cstato ,
nnd among them the children of his deceased -
ceased brother , who claimed that their
mother had married again , her husband ,
Donohuo , having been Killed on the rail
road , and that the mother had given them
up to their grandparents , who took thorn to
Nebraska when small.
Their claim to the cstato could not bo sus
tained without the mother's testimony. Her
now IKVJIO nnd whereabouts were unknown ,
excepting that she resided , when last heard
of , in the anthracite coal fields of Pennsyl
vania. The Nebraska lawyers engaged local
detectives and legal assistance , and a very
thorouL'h search was made , but without
avail , until a Pottsvillo paper published the
story , which brought an answer from the
missing mother , who is living in a mining
village , thirty miles from hero. The mother's
present name U Campbell , and she has sup
plied thu missing evidence whereby her son
and daughter , who were separated from her
in their infancy , now got n fortune.
Ornuit Inland > o\v Note * .
GitANi ) ISLIND , Neb. . March 10. [ Special
to THE Bun. ] The sheriff of Nuckolls
county arrived in the city today and took
back with him the man O'Donncll , who is
wnntctfnt Hardy for stealing a number of
watches and rings.
Mayor Boydcn has presented the llro de
partment with a check for $50 ns an appre
ciation of tlio services rendered by the de
partment nt the llro nt hia drug store last
Tuesday. Tlio loss was underestimated at
first and will probably reach J'J.OOO.
The death of John L. Martin , ono of the
oldest settlers of central Nobriska , took
place yesterday at his farm homo , near
Chapman. Ho was bO years of ago , and
eamo to Nebraska in 1833 , Ho loaves a
number of children.
Work of H
Ai.r.xAxrma , NOD. , March 10. [ Special
Telegram toTiiu BKE. ] Landkamer's hard
ware store was robbed last night. Entrance
was made through a rear window. About
6150 In cash and goo.ls wcro taken.
Early in the evening the house of George
Edwards six miles northeast of town was
roDbed of J30.
FIIEMONT , Nob. , March 10. [ Special to TIIK
BEE. ] Thomas Carroll , deputy county treas
urer , Is to bo Fremont's next postmaster. If
any of the eltl/ous have not signed his peti
tion U Is simply bccaiftii'thoy have not been
jwrmlttod the prlrllqjro of doing so.
The wind has been blowing gently from
the cast nnd n light dhow falling all day.
The stone has arrifrod' ' from Missouri for
the trimmings of the I cvcr woolen mills and
work will bo resumed at onco.
W. H. Turner will sbtm have a two-story
brick building erected/on / Sixth street , where
the old frame ono now ntands , which ho will
occupy with a stock of groceries.
Mrs. West Is haVmg n largo two-story
brick building erected on Main street.
Work on the government iwstofllco build
ing Is expected to bn niminonccd very soon.
Fremont Is proparinff'for her annual spring
boom In building. - .
rAvouui ) rusiox.
Ticket of Lincoln Independent * Kndornetl
by thn Democrat * .
LINCOLN , Neb. , March 10. [ Spec'al Tele
gram to Tun Ilr.E. ] The democratic city
convention tonight endorsed , with a few
minor exceptions , the ticket placed in the
field last night by the Independents. An
attempt had been made during the day to
repudiate fusion as agreed upon between
the independent and democratic committee
and place J. II. Harley In the field ns the
democratic candidate for mayor , but the
independents agreed to withdraw Chapman ,
the objectionable candidate for exciseman ,
and Mayor Weir was endorsed without a dis
senting voice. This action makes it n .square
light between Graham and Weir , with a
close , fierce battle ahead. The nonp-irtlsan
school board ticket was endorsed.
WAYNE. Neb. , March 10. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB BcB.1 At the citizens caucus
last evening the following nominations were
made. Mayor , James Brltton : clerk , W. H.
MeNeal ; treasurer , F. L. Ncely ; police
Judge , A. I1. Chllds ; oity engineer
C. A. Chacc ; members of the Board
of Education. William Miller nnd E. J. Nan-
glo ono year. 1. W. Moran andiwV. W. E.
Howard two years , A. A. Welcnjnnd A. II.
Ellis three years ; councilmcn. First ward ,
T. W. Moran ; Second , O. B. Kortrlght ;
Third , S. B. Scaco.
WVMOIIB , Neb. , March 10. [ Special toTun
BUB. ] At the democratic caucus last night
C. E. Beinert was nominated for mayor ;
councilmcn , First ward. J. M. York ; Second ,
C. H. Miller ; Third , James Wykoff ; clerk ,
W. H Dolan , nnd treasurer , J Bycrs. The
election will bo conducted on strict party
NEIWASKA CITY , Neb. , March 10. [ Special
Telegram to TIIK Bin.J The democrats
nominated the following city ticket today :
Mayor , Dr. C. Watson ; councilmcn. First
ward , Thomas Thomas ; Second , William
Phifor ; Third , J. F. Welch ; Fourth. B. D.
Marnoll ; Board of Education , Dr. E. M.
Whltten , Dr. W. H. Glbbs , S. A. Hall. Re
publicans hold their convention Saturday.
HUNTING Foil STKVHNS.
CIII7CIH of Crete/ Renew tlin Search Tor tlio
.Hissing Itiiuk Cnnlilor.
CuiCAno , 111. , March 10. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB BEE.J Mayor Halght of Crete ,
Nob. , in company with T. H. Miller , E. M.
Harrington and F. I. Foss , prominent cltl-
z.cns of Crete , called on Superintendent of
Police McClaughry and icquested him to aid
them In the investigation they are making
into the circumstances attending the myste
rious disappearance o George D. Stevens.
Mr. Stevens , who was cashier of the State
bank of Crete , loft 'lili homo on Friday ,
August 1 ° , foe Chicago On financial business.
Ho arrived hero at 8 o'clock on the morning
of August 20 and went to McCoy's
hotel. The noxt' ' day ho wrote nnd
mailed two letters , one to his wlfo , and the
other to the assistant .cashier in the bank.
In his letter to his w'ifo ' ho stated that ho
had been to the World'S'fair grounds bo fora
returning homo. On the 22d ho left the
hotel after paying his bill. Ho took with
him the two satchels'wliich ' ho had brought
from Croto. Ho waslseon at the office of E.
J. Hunter , a mil road .ticket . broker nt 103
Washington street , when ho entered the
ofllco ho was recogiilio'd by Mrs. Uoot , a
widow who resides in Crete. She heard him
ask the broker : "WJint have you got for
Milwaukee ? " But shis is not aware whether
or not ho bought a ticket. Mrs. Uoot , who
was on her way homo from the cast , engaged
In conversation with Mr. Stevens for a few
minutes. All trace of Slovens after leaving
this olllco is lost. Since then his friends
have not heard of him.
SEVKKAl , INC1IKS OF SNOW.
Nebraska 1'Ields Covered with a Hoary
Illnnlu-t or the Honutiriil.
HASTINGS , Nob. , March 10. [ Special Tele
gram to THE Br.e. ] Early this morning a
heavy snow storm sut in , which continued
with moro or less Intermission all day.
GUAM ) ISLAND , Nob. . March 10. [ Special
to TUB BBE.J A blizzard began at about 4
o'clock this morning , and has continued up
to noon. Snow has fallen to the depth of
about three Inches , and Is not badly drifted.
FAIRMONT , Neb , , March 10. [ Special to
THE BEE. ] A heavy snow began falling hero
this morning at 4 o'clock , with the wind
blowing from the northeast. The ther
mometer stood at 20 = above zero , but is
rapidly began falling tonight. About two
inches of snow has already fallen , nnd the
indications are that us yet spring has not
como to stay.
NclirnsUii City No\vn.
NEIIHASKA Crrr , Nob. , March 16. [ Special
THE BEE.J Word has reached this city of a
kidnaping case , which occurred at Syracuse
yesterday. About three years ago Henry
Shanahan , a resident of this city , died and
his parents , Mr. nnd Mrs. James Shanahan
of Syracuse , were appointed guardians of
his daughter , then aged 0 years. Yesterday
a strange man and woman drove up to the
school tvhoro tno girl was in attendance , and
asked to see her. The girl was permitted to
leave the room , and slnco then nothing lias
been seen of her. The woman in thn case is
supposed to bo the child's mother , who is
now living in Lincoln.
Alex Sinclair , postal clerk between Ha-
vonna and Lincoln , was badly hurt yester
day. His train ran into an open switch and
Sinclair jumped , striking his head on the
rail of the sidetrack , making a serious
wound. Ho was unconscious when brought
hero , but it is thought ho will recover.
At a meeting of the shareholders of the
Nebraska City club last evening the follow
ing ofllcers were elected : President , D. P.
liolfo ; vice president , E. A. Lambiith ; secre
tary , Howbert Blllman ; treasurer , Fred Hoi-
Her ; directors , John C. Watson. John W.
Stclntmrt , Carl Morton , F. P. Ireland , Theodore -
doro Boyschlag and Fred Helllor. The club
starts out under most favorable auspices.
A theater party will Icavo this city Satur
day afternoon for Omaha. The party will
include : E. A Brown jmd wife , M. E. Catroi
nnd wife , Theodore Boyschlag , Miss Dollio
Oilman , Henry Catrdli.f'Miss ' Helen Hawke
James Green. Miss Minnie Oilman , Franl
Bailey nnd Miss Lull } Wilson.
Frank G Barker , colored , was bound over
to the district courtin $101) today on the
charge of sending indecent literature througl
the mail. jj _ _ _ _
Saved I.l\o ami Property.
McCooi- JUNCTION , is'b'b. ' , March 10. [ Special
cial to THE BEP. . ] George Miller , a boy
attending the Hi h soli6ol here , while walk
ing to his homo on the-'Kansas ' City & Omaha
railroad right of way.J'esterday , dlscovorci
u broken rail. At the ( , ime ttino a hcavllj
loaded Union Pacific freight was approach
ing. Ho signaled th'o" engineer to atop
which he did. Ho undoubtedly saved many
lives and much property , as tlio break was
so bad that no train cojlld have passed over
Oulot Wrddltf | | lit Dinilmr.
DuNiuit , Neb , , March 10. [ Special to Tnu
BF.E.I .Miss Lula Bryant , daughter of H , M.
Bryant , section furoman of the B. & M. a
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest I ) . S. Gov't Report.
his place , was mnrrlod to Willis llooadorfelc
n the parlorn of the Windsor house ycster-
lay afternoon. The wedding was a very
mot affair nnd only a few of the Immediate
friends wuro present.
im > stlfnto | Thin Splendid Inrritinent Op
An excursion for North Oalvoston , Tox. ,
vill leave Omaha March 20th , ISM. Special
nducoments. For particulars apply to
Agent 1) , D. Smeaton , Room 17 , Barker
> lock , Omaha.
At 133 ! I'arii.uiilStreet
ho Burlington's now ticket utllcu.
HEARD AT THE CITY HALL.
I.ocutlnc llcnd Wlrr nntl Poles Now Spe-
City Electrician Cowglll yostcnlay began
the work of locating dead wires and i > olcs.
In the small district on Farnam and llnrnoy
streets , between Eighth and Eleventh ,
ho found twenty-seven useless \tolca \ nnl
numberless dead wires.
There are rumors of an effort to bo male
to abolish the oftlco of gas Inspector. The
schnmo is to assign his duties to the elec
trician and glvo the latter an assistant.
The sis sanitary inspectors of the Hoard
of Health have filed ( applications with the
Hoard of Fire and Police Commissioners for
iwlleo powers. The request will probably
bo granted and the inspectors sworn in as
special ofllccrs. This notion Is necessary ns
they encounter many obstreperous persons
who have no respect for those who do rot
have police authority. A policeman's star
will go a long ways many times with a great
number of people and servo to have them do
what Is right.
Comptroller Olsen will advertise for bids
for repairing and putting in proper condi
tion 200 of the 800 gas lamps owned by the
city. Until recently the gas company has
done this work , but it was found that a con
siderable saving could bo made by Inviting
competition. Gas Inspector Gilbert says
that with proper care these lamps will do
good service for twelve years , ami that it is
necessary to have them repaired and put In
proper condition frequently.
Councilman McLcario has been granted a
leave of absence for one month by the coun
cil , and leaves today for Montana. Ho will
combine business with pleasure , and will
devote n portion of the time to hunting.
'Jo has promised to furnish his first antelope
to Chris. Speeht , who will glvo the councilmen -
men n banquet.
M. Hayken , who became well known to
Lho people of Omaha as the representative
jf the Kotelmm Furniture company at the
tlmo the contract warawarJed for furnish
ing the furniture and fixtures of the city
liall , Is in town. Ho is now with the An-
.trews company , and Is looking for tlio con
tract to provide the furniture for the now
quarters of the Hoard of Education in the
Hnrly Vrgntnlilcs Are llnrllosl nt North
A special excursion to North Galvcston ,
Tox. , will leave Omaha March 20th , 1893.
Per Inducemcntsand full particulars apply
to Agent D. D. Smeaton , Koom 17 , Barker
block , Omaha.
i.v TIIK aiiAsr op , i .ir.ixr.ic ,
Oegpcralo .Striicelo of n ln Soto , Mo. , jUnn
Mltll H I.lllllltlc.
DE SOTO , Mo. , March 10. A. A. Carneau of
this place had a desperate encounter with a
: ra7.y man named Kowdo this morning. The
man was employed by Carneau and has for
several days shown symptoms of Insanity.
Carneau has for several months been con-
lined to his bed , dangerously ill. This morn
ing Kowdo entered Carneau's room and de
manded some money , which ho was refused ,
and told to leave the room. Ho did so , but
returned in a few minutes with n largo
butcher knife , exclaiming : "I am going to do
you up. '
Carneau got his revolver from under his
pillow and llrcd ono shot at Kowdo. This
excited him , and with n horrible yell ho
caught Carneau und dragged him out of bed ,
plunging his Knife Into his breast , near his
heart. Carneau then exerting all the
strength ho had left , shot Kowdo through
thur heart , killing him Instantly.
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Vanilla Of perfect pi Ity
Lemon Of great strength-
Orange Economy In their use ,
Flavor as delicately
and doiicioutly * * ths fresh
ST/ITE' / '
GUITARS , w
BANJOS , ZITHERS.
We make a virltty from IK
cnrtFUT to the JIOST KLEIUM
and COSTLY Inilruuieiiti ,
l-n JKicry liMlriiniont fnllj
= 0 Warranted.
OUR LATEST AND
THE LEWIS BANJC ,
Endorsed by ilia BEST Players.
Send for Catalogue n <
mention the Instrumentsj < o %
JOHN C. HAYNES & CA
that's my wife's you know wears
a cheerful , life-is-worth-living expres
sion , ever since I presented her a box of
She is always recommending A'trPt
soaps to her friends says she is
through with experiments lias just
what she needed to make labor easy ,
and ensure perfectly clean clothes.
She knows what she's talking about
don't forget it.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO. , Chicago.
Dusky Diamond Tar Soap ttTohu0nS'utnSTi ; 'M
the Eluinacb , llvuraQU uowclB , purl. ?
tf tt > 3 blood , ara ta ( ami ctfoctual 1 1
I the IM : * nmllcliifi know n for tiUlotu-
new * . coiuciliuitlGii dy ip lA. foulX
breath , b nlarh < ' , umrllmrn. Ion of
, rt nul dejirtnnlou. painful *
n , pUnplel , ulluw rnmnlf x.
lmpuro blood , or a failure by tuu rtoinft * n , IlTrrurln >
* U llnei to perform thrirproi < T functli.ni. I'tnom *
eliroml. ITtM hr mull , 1 prom. Ml MJUplK.lio. f
HIl'ANH C11KMIOAL CO. . lOepniceSt . New Vortt X
> ' > U O * < ll K > < M > O * * * oc , * * OOOOG
AKD WOMEN AT OHCf , ( either local vt traveltne ) to
j lujjretent u , advcrtm. tliiml > ute our i < rintcil muter ,
I imi Introduce * ! our irrcJt > . Stri'lv employment
se o a MONTH wMfwy ,
| to torn pet ml bertons. f > nn I * leUr A moment tut wrltt i
MCnO.ELFCTRO PAD CO. . Cincinnati. Ohlo'f
Self Torture !
That's wlmt it amounts to , when you at
tempt to do washing ? and cleaning ,
without Pearlinc. And
now-a-dnys , .
the strange part of it is , that you
should be willing to suffer , when it's
only for your loss and not for your
gain. That needless back-breaking
rub , rub , rub isn't saving you any
thing. It's costing you money ,
It is simply wearing out the
things that you're washing.
Why would you rather do it ?
That is what the women who
arc saving their strength and
their clothes with Pearline can't understand. f
TcUdlcrs anil some unscrupulous grocers will tell" yott.
Beware "this Is as ROCK ! as" or "the same as 1'carlinc. " IT'S
< FALSK 1'carlinc is never pcJilletl. if your croccr .sends
imitation , be honest- * / / ( at * . W MMBS I'YLlT. New Votk.
Dr. SYDNEY RINGER , Professor of Medicine nt University College , London ,
Author of the Standard Handbook of Therapeutics , " actually w rites as follows !
'i'roia the careful analyses of 1'nf. ATTFIF.I.II nnd othors. I am mitltfled that.
Is In no way Injurious to health ami Hint It i.sdtvldodly moro nutritious limn
other Cocoas. It Is certain ! v "l'nr " nnd highly dlgrntlbh1. TlHMiuotntlons In rur-
taln advertisement ! ) ( from Tradj rivals ) from my hook on rapoutlcsarounlto
misleading , and cannot posslbiv / pplv to VIN UiH'Tr.N'srorov , "
2iflijfl | reflection on VAN lieu rts'H ( Yicoi . inMM ( / rtffrtuiiilt/riiifiM.anil the
authoritvcltpilt t to injurr i' . M f'lf-iv ' ui > rnmi > tf'ltn atpr i'arrrtilinnilsmnftrnlimonfai. n
"THERE IS SCIENCE IN NEATNESS. "
BE WISE AND USE
I an ? ai ? Anjericai ? ! ;
Grapite Hills I '
l\rjowo In * U < iurtcrs of H )
/ . 5P6RKLIH6 , DELICIOU5 . - .
All tlic swell clubs , hotels , and bant ton
everywhere pronounce me .
3cst ii ? 41) ? V/orM . . .
Thousands of the most eminent physi
cians arc my warmest friends because I
have a secret power to control many dis
eases , given int by nature , and which cannot
be imitated by man. I cure jR/iemnatism ,
Gout , Gravel , Dyspepsia , and all forms of
Kidney trouble caused by uric acid. If
you doubt it , let me send you my pam
phlet , which proves it , or , better still , give
me a chance to prove it on you. I may
be found anywhere.
Londonderry Lithia Spring Water Co , %
UUKLE8 11. 1'LUUNB n Co , Soiling Afienli , CO KllbbU
lloitou , Jl n
Char s 11 , I'oiMlns & Co. , Pollliiit Asants
Iloston. MUBS 1'AXTON & OMLAOIIKU ,
DKtrlbntliiK Aizunts fur Omahi
WE KEFER YOU TO 2.5OO PATIENTS.
Financial Reference : Nat'l ' Hank of Commerce , Ojiaha.
No DETENTION trom business. No Operation.
Investigate our Method , Written gunrnntoo to abso
lutely Curu nil kinds nf UlH'TUUEof hothKOXo , nlili-l
out the use of Knif.o or syrliiKU , no matter of how long
The 0. E. P/1ILLER / COMPANY ,
307-300 H. Y. LIFE BLDQ. , OMAHA , HEfl ,
. , BEWARE OF FRAUD. ,
AnU fur , and Innlat upon having
\V. L. JIUUULAH HUOUtf. Nonoccn-
ulno without . Li. JlouRlai
nuil prlca Mnnipoil 6n bouom. JLooli
lurlt when you buy. FOR ,
A sewed shoo that will not rip ; Calf ,
seamless , smooth inside , wore comfortable ,
stylish and durable than any other shoe ever
sold at the price. Every style. Equals custom-
made shoes costing from f4 to $5.
The following nrc of tuc same high standard ot
$4.00 and $5,00 Flats Calf , Hand-Sewed. /
$3.50 I'ollce , I'nriuers nnd I.ctlcr-Cnrricrs. '
$2.50 , $2.35 and $3.00 for Worklu ? Men.
$ z.oo niid $1.75 for Youths nnd IJoys.
$ J.oo Hand-Sewed , | FOR
$2.50 aud 2.00 Dotijjola , J LADIES.
$ ' .7S for Misses.
IT 13 A DOTT yon ewe yoaTRell
to got tlio best voluo for your
money. Eoonomlzo In year
iootwear by purchasing W.
Jj. Douglaa Bbooa , which
represent the b st value
at the prlooo advertised
an thousands can tea-
tlty. Do you wear
Will Blvo exclusive nalo to Mine JrnlrrH unil arnnrnl nierclinuiswliero Ilinvf no
ncrontu , Wrllo rolTuliiloirmi. Ilnot lor tmloln your i > lun > nrml illrcrt lol'nclory , stullnir
Hind , nizo nnd width wanted. I'ontuae Free.W. . \ , . Doualu.0 , IJruchtou , lUuss. '
Miwnor , Wobhor , Kelley Stiver , & Co. , U , J. Oiulson , Kilns Svonsoii , Ignntz Nownl&i
P. W. Urossy , South Orailm.
" 'Horvo Scuds , "
the * nn < l rful remedir
Is cold nltli nvrlt -
cn minrnntrr to euro All ncrvou * f.lscniios , furh as Woalc Memory , .
I/USB of Itialu 1'owcr , Honcluclic. Wukafulnoi , I/nst Manhood , Nlubtlf Knilj.
Mons , NcTTOimrioiii , Lnasltiitlo.alldrslnt and IOBI nf power of tboUunerntlro
OrKarii In oitlior eicnu o < l liy overuirrtloi ; , southful rrrotn.or cxoenivr
mo of toLncco. ( ipHnu orntlmulitnta wdlrh nonn l"r.d to Inflrmltr. Consurup-
tlon and luaanftr. , < ' " ' npconvrnlonitociirry In voat pocket. 191 per pack ,
ngohr nimli 0 ioTt . with ovoryj'inrrterwn iriivt n written guarantee fafurt
nt\l , Ctrcnlnr ' o Ad < * ' " ' " ' ' ' > . . I'blcutsn. l i
For Sslo In Omaha by 3 13' 41 xi & O'Connoll , 1013 Dodqe Stnost
1816 Douglas Street Omaha
, , Nob.
ha eminent npacl llat ' n norroui. chronic , private. bl33d , nklre andurlnarr i
reelitori'd wad an midi o , no. andlplomM and oorUrtcatoi dhow , li stllUruttlni lti : tUtgrjv.oit 1 10-
rc catarrh , loitmnnood s orulnsl woaluion. night lui ai and llfoc ii of prlritadlonai. Nomuju-
rr mod. Now treatment for0 | j of Tltnl pswar. I'arttoi unablu to vlill mj mtr b ) troi'jl nt liouo br
curreipondonca. MoJIclne or Inilnnn3it ont l > r in til or oupran aiotirslr paolcul , no ratrxi tj Irlloiuo
sontenUor 5undar. Ono poriannHnltirvlow preforrel. Uoniiiltitlaifr.il. Uurruipi.ilu lajitrlotlf prUit a
UooktM/BtorlutofUfaiaat fraj oiUBBliouM'Ja.m. ' toUp.ni , flund r taa.m. loUm. Jonlstuip far air
I B ILll H W UO And all the train ot
KVIUI. WKAKNKSSKS. UKIIIMTY. KTC. . that ao-
compnnjr thorn la iu n Ol'ICKIiY nnd 1'KUMA-
NIINTI.V CtntKI ) . Full HTUKNOTIt und tone
el Ten tOBTorr pirtof tlio bodjr. I "III tend ( a
mirolr packed ) KIIKK to any tunoror the preicrlp
tlon that curxd IPII of Iheso Iroubloa. Addron ,
A. llilAULISY 1IATTI.E ClIKKIC , MIC1I ,
Troth o > tmcte4 In inornlni ;
amodajr. I'erfcct tit Kuor-
Urd Floor ,
Faxtoii II ID oil >
10th nnd Farnam 3 trout * .
Ulorator on ICtU bl. Telephone IUM.
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