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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : 11HURSDAY , JULY 20 , 1893.
it Will Go Into Effect on the Tin * - f
.ONE HUNDRED CONVICTS TO BE LIBERATED
Fnrdeu llenmer of tlio Stnto I'onltentlnry
nil Governor Gramme Confer with
Itefarence to the Hulijrot Opinion
ot llio Kxncutlve.
LINCOLN , July 19. [ Special Telegram to
' * tt"iiT UEI : . ] Governor Crounso and Warden
Beomorof tliostato ponttontlary hold a con-
DUltntlon this afternoon ever the now parole
Jaw , -which ROCS Into effect August 1. The
Trardcn Informed the ttovcrnor that when
the now law goes Into effect there will bo In
the neighborhood ot 100 convicts entitled to
parole within the discretion of the governor.
These convicts have made records for Rood
conduct whllo in the penitentiary , are Indus
trious , and many of them masters of trades
Vrhlch would enable thorn to raako a living.
JMany of them have families dependent upon
them , nnd thcro nro good reasons for the bo *
\lot \ that they would make good citizens ,
Speaking of llio now law to THE DEE corRespondent -
Respondent this evening Governor Crounso
stated that whtlo ho looked upon It with a
great deal of favor ho should proceed very
lowly In putting It Into effect. Ho has boon
In corresiwndenco with the authorities In
Minnesota , Pennsylvania nnd Now York ,
Where similar lawn nro In force. In Minnesota
seta , however , said the governor , the law Is
not as broad as the now Nebraska law ,
While in tlio two latter state. ) mentioned the
law applied more especially to the reforma
tory rather than to the penal Institution.
Pntntly Injured lit iin Klevator.
Herman C. Bardwoll , the 15-year-old son
Of C. A. Bardwoll , living at 030 South Seven
teenth street , met with an accident this
evening which will probably cost him his
llfo. The boy was In Hurpolshoimor's de
partment store and had started the t-'ovator
for the second story. After start inp , ; no car
riage ho attempted to ullmb In , but In doing
o ho was caught between the elevator and
the walls of the shaft. Thuro was a scream
and crunching sound and when assistance
arrived the boy was extricated in an ap
parently lifeless condition.
, The patrol wagon was called and the limp
form of tlio boy taken homo. Physicians
were hurriedly called nnd everything possible
too" " to rolluvo his sufferings but the doctors
pave it as their opinion that ho would not
llvo through the night , The boy's ' head was
irlghuully crushed , ono oar torn off and his
nose broken. The lad's father claims that
- ho had been engaged to take the place of
\ the regular elevator boy at Horpolshoimor's '
Store. It was stated that ho had no connec
tion with tha storo.
Clovornor Furnnii Sect the Fair.
Secretary Furnns of the Nebraska State
Agricultural society has boon In Lincoln for
the past two days attending the regular
quarterly meeting of the board of managers.
In conversation with THE UF.U representa
tive ho Incidentally mentioned the fact that
he had Just 10turned from a visit to the
World's fair. In response to a , question the
secretary tallied quite freely about the state
, exhibit which has been so roundly abused in
> BO many different quarters.
T "Whilo the exhibit is not what it should
to , " said the secretary , "it is as a wbolo
creditable. Different than at Now Orleans ,
M Chicago our exhibit is scattered and not
Jv > collected form as it should bo. A portion
U found in the Woman's building , Agricul
tural , Horticultural , Dairy , Forestry and
btnor buildings , whllo a portion of it is
tolaced in the Nebraska building proper.
Much of the exhibit is really lost to view nnd
play not be scon at all except by a few , even
from our own state. This Is not the fault of
our stnto management , but of the general
exposition. In justice to nil states the direc
tory of the exposition should have provided
b building exclusively for the stales , whore
exhibits could have been massed In collec
tive form , especially as to products. Ol
course , llvo stock and machinery could not
bo so placed. Our state building is poorly
constructed for display and in this roupect is
Boxt to a fniluro.
"Whilo 1 was at the fair but few of the
Jt a to exhibits wore fully in place , ours with
ell others. Additions and changes wore
being made constantly and dally and Ne
braska will bo In much better shape a month
honcu than today. Taken as n whole at
present it may bo said that Nebraska's ex
hibit , in my estimation , excels more states
than excel it. In other words , it Is above
the average. Buffalo Bill's presence on Ne
braska day has not been correctly inter
preted. Ho was there with his" Wild West
by invitation nnd in fair parlance was a
good drawing card. The idea was to show
lay his Indians what Nebraska was when the
white moil took possession , our exhibits tc
show by comparison what civilization had
' - Heferrliig to the Sunday opening question ,
Which lias Anally been settled for all time
( to come , the secretary expressed his satis
faction at the outcome of the long and
heated controversy. Ho was on the grounds
two Sundays and found that the great ma
jority of the state buildings were closed anil
u great proportion of the exhibits in the
main buildings covered up. The majority
of the ucoplo did not want Sunday opening
pud the idea that the working people wanted
the fair open on that day provodito bo c
Arroitail for Forgery.
Dotcctlyo Malone of this city rocolvei
ftvovd by telegraph that James E. Betts , wtu
is badly wanted in this city" for forgery , hai
been arrested in Washington , D. C. , am
Would bo held there for the disposition o :
the Nebraska authorities. Malone at once
Started east for his prisoner. Betts was :
paw lllor , but was hardly content with th (
prospect of gaining a fortune with a rofrac
lory throe-cornered llio. Having formed UK
acquaintance of Alexander West , a coloroi
inuu In fnirly good circumstances living it
the southern part of Lincoln , it happened thai
the colored man nnd brother had a snug littli
bank account in the First National bank am
Betts , who is a much smoother man thai
his name HCCIIIS to indicate , practiced upor
the other innn's signature until ho could Iml
tate it so closely that oven the bank tolloi
could scarcely detect the dilToreucn. Hi
then presented a check for $23 , signed b <
West. It was duly honored. Betts thol
flow at higher game and forged West's mum
to another check , this time making thi
Amount J173. Taking the proceeds , ho lof
the city before the forgery was discovered
The case against him is so clear that ho i
already booked for a term In the state pent
Surprised tlio Deputy.
Hon. P. O. Hcdlunil , deputy auditor o
public accounts , with his estimable wife ,
wore treated tow very pleasant surprise byi
largo iiumbor of friends Monday ovenlnu
Rlr. and Mrs. Hodluud had boon invited t
lea and afterward their host took then
pvor the city for a carriage drive. Whoi
they returned to their own homo they wor
surprised to ilnd their house and yard lllloi
with u party of their friends , who hud take
the occasion to testify by their presonc
Iholr appreciation of Mr. Hedlund's service
In church work. Asldo from being a capi
bio accountant aud u falthfu
plllclal , Mr. Ilcdlund is an nccon :
Wished musician , nnd on Sunday ho lay
hsido the cures of stato. forgets for the tlm
i being the musty details of vouchers niv
i warrants , nnd officiates ns organist forth
Swedish Lutheran church. Ilia services nr
rendered gratuitously and the members o
the church and congregation planned tb
llttlo reception for him lust ovouing as a
evidence of their appreciation. Thev lof :
with him something more substantial thai
good wishes , however , for they proscntci
x nini with a handiomo secretary and boo' '
f case combined. The entire evening wa
< C * pont III social cujoymont nnd tlio part
broke up at a late hour , the tlmo liNvln
boon spunt most enjoyably ,
Captured u Unyllclit Thief ,
Charles Hart , n young fellow who claim
to bo a boll boy iu ouo of the local hotcli
was arrested at 11 o'clock this forenoon whll
iu the act of robbing the apartments of Di
A. P. Uurrus In the Baldwin block at 1203 (
treet. The doctor hui two rooms In th
block , one of which Is used as a sloopln
? teem , and the other for an ofllco. Hai
fc cooley walked Into the hall when ho knev
/ ' f no doctor was absent , unlocked the door o
* the slowing room with a skeleton key an
jntored. A nouiau living la the block n <
tlccd the young follow' * entrance and know-
in ) ; him to bo a stranger Informed a gentleman -
man who hnppcnod to bo passing throufjh
the hall. The tx > llco wore at once notlnod
nnd Hart was captured before ho had fin
ished the work of rummaiinR the apart
ments for valuables. At the police station
ho wus no.-vrehod nnd a lady's ( 'old watch ,
some trlnkots nnd two koja were found In
his pockotn. A further search In ttio doc
tor's apartments resulted In the discovery of
two more key * and n small llio which the
enterprising youniT burglar had secreted as
soon ns the alarm had boon given ,
TIIK DKR rcprcsontatlvo nt Lincoln must
have been laboring under a lit of temporary
mental aberration when ho wired the dis
patch last evening which convoyed the Intel
ligence that the Alliance Independent of
this city bad suspended publication. The
paper referred to was the Alliance Txtadcr , n
paper under nn entirely different manage
ment. The two papers with names so similar
and yet so dissimilar nro Intense rivals for
the distinction of bom ; ; the only really ,
truly organ of the Independent party of the
state , and the proprietors of the Alliance In
dependent very properly protest against the
announcement of their suspension.
Whl.ky nt tlio Hottom of It.
The relations between Attorney II. H.
Dlodgott nnd A. J. Hlatt , both of this city ,
have llnnlly culminated In n criminal prose
cution and as n result Dlodgott has given
his personal recognizance in the sum of t " > 00
to appear before United States Com
missioner IJIllinpsloy. Some tlmo ago ilintt
sued nioilgott for $ UUO alleged to bo duo him
for services rendered , but In county court a
jury ruined his ambition by giving a verdict
for Dlodgott. Ilintt got Tommy ij'oonan on
his appeal bond nnd wanted to entry the case
up , but the court hold the bond to bo no
good , There that case stopped. Today Dlod-
KOtt fell Into the ofllclal clutches of Deputy
United Stated Marshal Hubbard to nnswer
to n uhargo of selling liquor without license.
The Information Is Illod by Hlatt , who
claims that Dlodgutt sold a barrel of whisky.
Dlodgott says that away back In December ,
183y , S. P. Fort was owing him about * ! 00 ;
that Fort then owned a barrnl of whisky ,
which ho sold to Noonan and told Dlodgott
that ho could collect the money nnd apply It
on his account , which ho did. This , ho says ,
Is all thorn Is In the chnrgo. Dlodgott wont
before United States Commissioner Dtlllngs-
loy , who continued the case until the 23th ,
allowing the accused to go on his own recognizance -
nizanco in the sum of foOO.
Heard In the Court Rooms.
Qcorgo Dlalr , charged with burglary , asks
the district court to appoint Kelly nnd
Tyrrell to defend him , ns ho Is Just nt
present out of money ns well ns out of luck.
Ida Calm brings suit In the district court
against Weir & Uo to recover ? tJ,7SO on bills
of exchange which the defendant endorsed
for S. A , Drown & Co. , the Chicago lumber
linn , which soon nftor failed , leaving them
with a llrm hold on the 3nek.
Anna M. Chrlbtiln prays the sweet .boon .
of n divorce from Joseph , whom she clasped
by the hand and promised to , etc. , In
Donlsburg. Pa. , in August , 1890 , on the
ground that ho has failed to provide
support nnd has shown n greater love for
the llowlni ; bowl than for herself.
Duncan 1C. Campbell , who had $1,144.33 In
the Capital National bank when she wont
down , brings suit in district court ngnlnst
the directors individually , who , ho claims ,
are liable by reason of their laches and could
have known offline bank's condition if they
had been diligent in doing their duty.
Mary Warwick comes Into district court
for a few moments to pointedly inquire of
her husband , A. L. Warwick , who sund for
dlvorco on the ground of adultery with Dall-
player Castono nt Lincoln and Xcnin , O. , the
exact date of his discovery of such actswith
a heavy chlrogrnphlcal emphasis on the
words , date nnd discovery.
City in Ilrlof.
The Insanity board mot this afternoon at
4 o'clock to pass upon the mental status of
Mrs. Ishmaol and S. W. Kirkwood , both of
whom are candidates for the state
asylum for the Insane. Mrs. Isn-
mnol has for some tlmo past
lived nt 1437 Garden street in this city
and has been a county charge. Her mind
has boon considered rather weak for some
time and she hud no difllculty in passing the
examination. She was taken out to the
asylum this evening. Kirkwood was at onetime
time engaged in the hardware business in
this city , but has not been working at It for
some time owing to suvcro attacks of epi
lepsy. The attacks llnally weakened his
mind and ho was sent to the asylum for
A Dohominn citizen of Lancaster county
has , for two days past , been a frequenter ot
ono of the local Justice mills of this city inn
vain endeavor to settle n neighborhood quar
rel by a resort to law. This attornoou ho
was himself arrested upon a com plaint sworn
to by Mrs. Annlo Jclinek , who charges him
with having attempted to assasslnnto her
with n pllhforic. lie was permitted to stay
out of court upon his own recognizance until
the 28th lust. , when ho will bo glvon a
The formal nnd final report of the viaduct
appraisers was filed last evening with the
county court. The figures revised from those
given yesterday nro : Hargroaves , $3,500 ;
Mrs. I&ito Martin , * 7,500 ; C. L. Hall , S3.GOO ;
E. E. Drown , 33,400 ; Dadgor Lumber com
pany , (3,030 ; Duckstaft Dros. Manufacturing
companyf5,400 ; J. A. Duukstnff , * l,000 ; estate -
tate of James Hogers , $2,000 ; Chris Hoclto.
lessee of St. Charles' hotel , $500 ; total ,
Congressman Drynn is down nt Topeka ,
Kan. , tonight to attend the organization of
a bimetallic longuo.
Deputy United States Marshal Hubbard
wont out to York this afternoon to arrest
ono Frank Graham , a colored man , who will
explain to Judge Dundy the mysteries of the
Harry Orroll , a blacksmith , was nrrestod
yesterday for the theft of some tools from
Hnydon's shop. The stolen goods were
found where Orroll had loft them , which
was at Uoldwater's pawnshop. This morn-
f Ing , however , Haydcn did not appear to
prosecute mid the accused was discharged.
The historic hovel nt Seventh nnd M
strcots , known to fame us the Weir dive ,
burned nt 1 : 'M this morning from unknown
causes. It is said to have belonged to Pat
rick White. The loss is of llttlo consequence
11 nani. la ' .ly and a great , boon morally. It had
been occupied by the notorious Mat New-
Intelligence from Grand Island was ro-
colvod today at police headquarters to the
effect that n man named Oscar Webb , sup
posed to hall from Lincoln , aud to have n
brother-in-law named Samuel Miller living
nine miles south of this city , wus killed by
the cars at Grand Island last Sunday morn
Ooi.lp nt the .Stato Home.
There are Indications at the state house
that the railroads nro Betting ready to put
the now rate law into effect. The Klkhorn
people sent their now tariff sheets based
upon the now law to tlio oftlco of the Stnto
Doard of Transportation last weak in order
that they mlirht bo compared with tno of-
llclal rates llxod by the new law.
Superintendent Armstrong of the Beatrice
J Institute for the Feeble Minded was at the
state house this afternoon.
o Captain Murlln , the Superior lawyer ,
n called at the state house this afternoon.
n Dili ono case was tiled with the clerlcjol
o the supreme court this attunionn. It orlgi.
d natod In Douglas county and will bo referred
n to in the court room ns J. 1C. Stover against
a D. M. Halifh , et ill ,
'S Contrary to the statement that has boon
'Si mnda In sevnral papers , the contempt pro
iil cccdlngs against the directors of the Com
ill incrcial and Savings bank of Kearney , have
ls not been withdrawn before the supreme
o court. They have simply boon postponed I
d until the next term.
n The American Dond company has attached
o the property of the absconding cashier ol
defunct bank at Shubcrt hi
if the , Uichardsoii
ifn ifo county , the receiver bcim ; served with tin
n papers this afternoon.
n Fireworks , bailer n , Courtlnnd boacl :
d tonight. Musiu , boating , bathing.
s Caught Three Trnlu Itobheri.
y s ATOKA , I. T. , July 10. Deputy Unltec
States Marshal . W. McCnll urrivoc
hero last evening with Dick Dow
George England and Jim Mayor , famoui
whisky peddlers from Colgate. It i :
positively known that thoeo men par
ticipated in the attempt to rob the trait
near Stringtown a short tlmo ago. Thoj
are also charged with tiring into and nt
tempting to rob a train on the Missouri
Kansas & Texas.
Fireworks , balloon , Courtland boacl
tonight. Music , boating , bathing ,
Views of a Well Informed Nebraska Citizen
on the Subject ,
IT IS QUITE A FEASIBLE ENTERPRISE
T. W. r.or * of Fremont Explains Many
Interesting Fact * In Connection with
the Affair Can He Kailly
FREMONT , July lO.-tSpocinl to TUB BBS. ]
In view of the approaching mooting ol the
national executive committee of the Nicara
gua Canal commission nt Chicago on August
B nnd 3 , Mr. J. W. Love , the Nobrnskn mem
ber , was Interviewed on the prospects of the
ontorprlso. As consul at San Salvador nnd
as commissioner on the reciprocity and min
ing Interests of those republics , Mr. Love
thoroughly posted himself on not only the
route of the canal but on Its prospects and
possibilities. Mr. Love exhibited n latter
ho had Just received from President Con
verse , congratulating htm on Ins expressed
sentiments and expressing great pleasure
that ho proposed to bo present nt the com
The object of the mooting 1 * to urge upon
congress the Importance of securing the
international backing of the United States ,
Nicaragua and Costn Hlca , that the com
pany's bonds may bo plncod on the market
in order that the work may ho dispatched.
Mr. tovo declares that thoNlcaragua canal
Is the most feasible connection between the
oceans , passing as it aoes , over n healthful
and highly productive country , the summit
of which , not ever 110 feet in
altitude , Is crowned by that magnlllcont
body of water , Lake Nicaragua , by which
tha canal will bo flooded. To all tropical
ships , or ships sailing In tropical waters ,
this is n most important consideration , as It
saves them the expense of going Into dry
dock every few moaths to rid themselves of
the barnacles that cover and weight them ,
the fresh water thoroughly accomplishing
The question having boon raised as to
whether Lake Nicaragua will furnish nmplo
water for the outlets , Mr. Love is otuphntlo
that the water passing out through the San
Juan rlvor , the outlet of the lake , into the
Atlantic is several times moro than would
bo required to float a continuous
line of steamers from ocean to ocean
through the canals. Mr. Love describes
Lake Nicaragua as a remarkably beautiful
and perfect body of deep , fresh water , sur
rounded on all sides by steep banks and low
foot hills , save at the north and , where , by
a low valley and n gently flowing stream it
is connected with another lake lying to the
Ho says that the combined navies of the
world could anchor in its waters ntoncu. As
to the merits nnd importance of the canal ,
Mr. Love considers it the greatest under
taking of the ago , and yet it is not ex
tremely dlnicult or expensive. Ho
considers It something that this nation
should no longer defer , nor should it permit
any other nation to manipulate nnd control
it. Ho boliovcs that the recent concessions
from Nicaragua and Costa Kica are all that
could bo nskod , nnd that cacti of those na
tions is ready and anxious to stop in and
assist the United States in building the
As to Its prospects Mr. Love is sanguine
that the nineteenth century will witness its
nAs to its effects ho bellovos It will estab
lish International peace botwccn the Central
American republics , connect the Mississippi
valley with the Pacific coast , establish un
oceanic highway across the continent , fur
nish Great Drltain with n direct waterway
to her Asiatic and Australian possessions
nnd bo n grand highway of northern nnd
western European commerce to all Asia. Mr.
Love will leave for the east in n few days for
some preliminary work before the date of
Failed to Produce Shownr. *
July 10. [ Special Telegram to
TUB DEE. ] The dynamite enthusiasts in
this city who have boon advocating that
explosive as a rain producer have received a
severe shock. A ton of dynamite was pur
chased about a mouth ago to bo used as a
raiumakor. About a week ago 500 pounds
were exploded without accomplishing' the
desired end. Last evening the balance was
discharged a few miles from the city and so
far the clouds have refused to glvo up their
moisture. Tonight the sky is perfectly
clear and no indication of rain.
Crops nro in splendid shape and are not
suffering for rain. In fact , from present indi
cations Holt county will have the largest
corn crop this year she has over had. Small
grain is short but well hoadcd.
Miisonlo Lodge Urbanized.
CBDAH BLUFFS , Nob. , July 19. [ Special
Telegram to Tun DEE.I James P. Dlack ,
grand master of Masons of the state of No'
braskn , with E. P. Glllotto , grand custodian ,
and Henry H. Wilson , grand senior warden ,
constltutod a lodge of Free nnd Accepted
Masons at this place last evening and in
stnllod William C. E. MoFnrren nnd the
other ofllcors who were chosen of Occidental
lodge 215 for the ensuing year. After the
Installation the grand olllcors were baa-
quoted by the members of the lodgo.
Ilurglura Illoir u Hunk Sale.
LOUISVILI.K , Nob. , July 1'J. ( Special Tele
gram to THE DEE. ] Burglars entered the
Dank of Commerce sonio tlmo during last
night and drilled three holes in the outside
door of the vault , getting into thosafo , when
they were evidently scared away. Thoj
failed to got any monoy. There was nboul
$ T > 0 In the drawer outside of the safe , which
was unmolested. Had they succeeded in
breaking the safe tnoy would have found e
largo sum of money.
fimnll lloiinet Vulture.
DENNET , Nob. , July 19. [ Special to Tin
BKK. ] Deputy Sheriff Dillon attached al
the stock and goods of Labor & Cheney o ;
Dcnnat yesterday afternoon to secure t
claim of $ GOO In favor of Crib , a carrlagi
maker of Milwaukee. Constable Honsly hai
Just levied on some buggies uudor a chatto
mortgage when the deputy sheriff arrived.
The llrm of Labor & Cheney was dealer :
In implements , sleds nnd buggies. The urn
is composed of H. C. Labor and Orrii
.leffuriun Coiintjr'H Institute.
Fjuiinuiir , July 10 , [ Special to Tun BEE.
The Jefferson County Teacher's Instituti
commenced a two weeks session yesterday
with 150 teachers on rolled , County Super
intcndcnt C. H. Atkinson is In charge , with
Prof. Parsons of Croston. In. , Suporin
toudont Pearso of the Duntrlco schools , anil
SuporintondiMit Skinnorof the Crete schools
us instructors. The attendance is about 51
per cent greater than last year.
Alleged Hunk liurjflura Arreitoil.
PLATTSMOUTH , July 19. [ Special Tologran
to THE DUE. ] Aqulntut of tough looking
bums were gathered in by the police today
They are suspected of being the men wlu
broke into tlio Dank cf Commerce last nlghi
at Louisville and the oillcers bolloyo the ;
have the right men. They will bo hold untl
J tomorrow , when the Louisville authorities
) will como down to identify them.
Hwnlloweil ( iniollue.
1 PI.ATTSMOUTH , July 10 , [ Special Tolegran
t to TUB BEH. ] The llttlo 2-year-old son of C
i D. Cummins , a local lumber dealer , swal
lowed gasoline nt noon today. The littl
ono secured the iluld from n largo can on th
porch. Medical aid wus summoned , but i
was of no avail. The child died at U o'clocl
Alleceil Porcnr Arrrstert.
LBXINOTO.V , July 10. [ Special to Tn
BEE. ] In accordance with a request fror
Lincoln county ottlclals Sheriff Hamilton ai
rested Barney Shannon , a newsboy on Unlo
Pacific train No. 2. Shannon is wanted a
North Platte to answer to the uhargo c
forgery committed two years ago.
1 IluitliiK * Haltt Illuvrori.
f HASTINGS Neb. , July 111. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB BEE. ] An unsuccessful at
tempt was made last night to crack the saf
belonging to Jacobson , Pearno & Kurnp
commission merchants. Throe men wer
concerned In the Job. and uouo of them ca
bo found today , Evidently they were grce
hands , for they rtU not viuji enough potrdor
to blow the laio open ,
Throe lrftinii \ lled.
DAKOTA. CITT , July U > . | jSpoclftl Telegram
to Tun Dun. ] Two wimp' men and ft negro
were lodged In Jail thhrwonlnfr. by Deputy
Sheriff Carney charire < V''wlth robbing the
rosldenco of Jultu * Olcseraeetlon foreman nt
Coburn Junction. All nrptramp , .
Labor Lender of NnUorml , Rmlnenea XVlll
VMlt Oinnlin on Imjjotlnnt Duilneif.
The railway employes of every vocation ,
oxcoot these In oD1cl.il position , have under
consideration Just now rt'-grand federation ,
ns previously Intlmatodt will bo the suc
cessor of the now defunct railway1 federa
tion which wont to pieces some tlmo ago.
The platform of principles upon which It
proposes to stand Is not unlike the Knights
of Labor constitution , with the possible ex
ception thnt it Is not ns far-reaching.
Thus far , organizations nro said to hnvo
been perfected In several of the railroad
centers. Eugene V. Debs , until recently
editor of the Firemen's Magazine nnd secre
tary-treasurer Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen , both of which positions bo resigned
to temporarily take the presidency of the
aow organization , called the American Rail
way Men's union , In the Interest of which
ho now travels , will arrive hero on August
G to look ever the situation.
Several of the local railway organizations ,
notably the carmen , have declared thorn-
solves m favor of Jo'lnlng in a body , nnd
others nro expected to follow tholr example
TlulldliiR Trndcn Council.
Representatives from n number of the
trades unions In the city met recently nt
Kaufmnnn's hall nnd organized what has
been under consideration for some tlmo , the
b ulldlng Trades Council of Omaha.
These present had nil moro or less as
sisted In the erection of many of the city's
buildings. They therefore felt called upon to
perfect an organization In which all build
ing trades unions would have a yolco.
At this meeting seven unions wore repre
sented , whllo ono , that of the bricklayers ,
sent n letter saying they could
not attend thnt evening on
account of tiielr nnnual election. The plas
terers nnd stone cutters also signified their
intention of Joining at an o.irly dato. Rep
resented were : Carpenters 427 , Painters ,
Danish Carpenters G35 , Gorman Carpenters
58 , Plumbers , Tin Shoot Iron Workers and
On next Monday night permanent organ
ization will bo perfected.
I'hjrilcnl Culture Cniigrnns.
A congress for the advancement of physi
cal culture has been called to moot In Chicago
cage on July 20. Mr. Henry Kumtnoron , for
several years instructor of gymnastics in the
public schools of Omaha , hns been Invitoa to
attend ns one of the representative instruct
ors from Nebraska. Among other things
this congress will dccido is the question as
to which system of physical culture is the
best and should bo recommended for use In
our public schools.
The gymnastlo contest on the World's fair
grounds in which tha Omaha turnvoroln
takes part Is given to enable the delegates
to form nn intelligent opinion of the differ
ent systems nnd to docldo , accordingly.
"Dit. jiEYJHt'ti uRnruu itKConn.
Some of the Uot.tlM of 11U l.lfo Tlioro Ulron
by a i'ormcr Krsldmit of that City.
NEW Yonif , July 19. Tii6 picture of Dr
Henry C. Meyer , pubtlsti'o'd'ln ' the papers , re ]
called to Julius Dahlmartvho keeps n small
shop at 10 Whitehall , the > Tacoofa man hemet
mot in Denver In' 18S7and who was intro
duced to him as Dr. Meyer ; Ho recognized
the face , albeit Meyer , while in Denver did
not wear the whiskers which now ndorn his
vlsace. " Dahlman says lloyor cnmo to Den
ver "from Chicago , was intimate with a
druggist clerk namodi Klotz , who had
boon In a drug store in Chicago , and com
pounded proscriptions while thcro. _
Meyer practiced or pretended to practice
medicine whllo in Denver , but evinced great
ignorance of medicine in several cases which
came to Dahlman's knowledge. Mayor
brought to Denver with him a very handsome
woman- , whom ho called his wife and n ser
vant girl. They lived in fairly good style ,
but ho did not appear to have much money.
A Chicago man told Dahlman thnt Meyer
had spent nearly or quite all the money ho
had received from the widow of n man they
poisoned tin defending himself when tried
on the charge. Klotz , the druggist , had
como from Chicago and was living with a virago
rage who claimed to bo his wlfo , but Klotz's
real wlfo lived in the cast. When Klotz died ,
his life Insurance , which was $1,000 , was col-
Icctod by the Denver woman.
Klotz , whllu in Denver , was the editor of a
paper printed iu German. Suddenly ho be
came sick. Ho had been in the best of health
nnd was a robust , strong man naturally , but
suddenly ho wus nttackod with troubles In
bis throat and ulcers in the rectum and got
so bad ho could scarcely walk. Ho was ad
vised by n physician to go to southern Cali
fornia and ho did so. Ho returned In a few
weeks apparently restored In health , but his
troubles came again and ho dlnd.
Meyer meanwhile seemed to bo settled In
Denver , but suddenly ho disappeared. Two
days after his disappearance thcro came out
in a Uonvor newspaper an account of his operations -
orations in Chicago. Before Klotz died
Meyer had arranged to go Into the drug busi
ness with him. Ho could thus put up his
own prescriptions without recording thorn.
Dahlman says Klotz was always hard up ,
and ho thinks Meyer secured a hold upon
him hy letting him have a llttlo money now
and than. In Klotz's death , It wns supposed
ho not only profited by his insurance , but
got a dangerous ally out of tha way.
FELL IN THE LAKE.
John Stringer's 1'lMl llalloon Ascension
null Its Wnt Result.
John Stringer , a young man of 20 summers ,
whoso vocntion is that of waiter at Court-
land beach , made his first balloon ascension
and parachute , ijump at that resort last
Some ono else of nn ndvontursomo nature
was scheduled to make the ascension , but
weakened at the last moment. Stringer
volunteered to act ns substitute. The
proposition wns accepted. With Eslor's
fnto still green in memory , the
plucky youth prepared for the aerial
flight. Ha Jumped at n distance
of 200 foot in midair and landed in the luue
with a splash. A lifo preserver kept him
above water until rescuers pulled to his as
slstancoln a row boat.
A man named Patton , connected with n
newspaper said to be published In Nebraska
will make the asccnsioil'aud attempt the
parachute act tonight. '
I'enplu'a 1'arty Meeting : ,
There will bo a meeting 'of the pooplo'e
party of Douglas county nt Knights of Laboi
hall , 110 and 112 South Fourteenth , Omaha
Neb , , Friday evening , Juy"2l } , 1893 , for the
purpose of talking ever tho"situatlon and tc
consider the proper action''to bo taken in the
coming campaign. '
European expositions h'a.H-6 awarded thelt
premiums to only one Amiiricunchamnalguo ,
Cook's Extra Dry Imperial Try it.
Concrmman Jlruckiurjilco Married.
LOUISVII.I.I : , Ky. , July lifeMrs Loulsa < Scotl
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Vanilla Of perfect purity
Lemon Of great strength-
Orange Economy In their ui *
Ro > a , tt.
Flavor as dsllcattly
and dellcloutly a * tht fresh 'ruit
Ewlntj was married to Congressman W. 0.
1' . I'ncklnrlilgo nt 0 o'clock this evening it
the homo of Dr. 1'rcuton D. Scott , brother of
the brldo. HOT. o. H. Kant of Versailles ofllo-
intod. Only Immediate relatives and friends
were present , including n son nnd daughter
of the groom , Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Eaton
nnd Gonornl nnd Mrs. Uasll Duko. The
party loft for Chicago on ono of the evening
Dlioredlts the Story.
VALUm Cftl. , July 13. Commander How
Ison of the navy yard nt Mare Island dis
credits the diipntchcs from Port Townsend
thnt the Mohican had boon flrod upon nnd
disabled by the scaling steamer Alexandria.
The dispatches from" Port Towincnd , ho
said , did notngrco n to the dnto upon which
the engagement took place , some giving It as
May Uo nnd others ns Juno So.
"On May 85 , " said Captain Hovrlson , "tho
Mohican was at Port Townsond. awaiting
final orders to proceed to Sltkn. On Juno 25
the Mohican was , the dispatches from Cap
tain Llalow inform us. at Sitkn awaiting
further orders from the department , which
were subsequently transmitted. Thnt there
may have boon nn oxchungo of shots be
tween the two ships , but Impossible on the
Untcs glvon. "
Fireworks , balloon , Courtlnml beach
tonight. Music , boa tine , bathing.
Hunt AVunti Ills Out Job.
WASHINGTON. July 10. The light for
the cloorkeonorshl ] ) of the houseis get
ting warm. The ontrnnco of ox-Door-
keeper Hunt of Mississippi into the fight
lor his old position was n surprise to
both Mr. Tumor and Mr. Smith. Con
gressman Cntchings is the nstuto ami
wily politician who pulled the string
niul nuulo J > lr. Hunt's election by the
Fiftieth congress possible. The same
gentleman hns assumed charge of his
JMcI.rod Mny Iteslcil.
PHILADELPHIA , July 19. It is said A.
A. McLood will shortly resign the pres
idency of the Philadelphia & Reading
and Now England Railroad companies.
Brings comfort nnd improvement nnd
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tlio ninny , who live bet
ter than others nnd enjoy life more , with
less expenditure , by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being , will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy , Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste , the refreshing nnd truly
beneficial properties of n perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system ,
dispelling colds , headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It hns given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession , because it acts on the Kid
neys , Liver nnd Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles , but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only , whose nnmo is printed on every
package , nlso the name , Syrup of Figs ,
and being well informed , you will not
accept any substitute if oflcred.
lucludcTthe great temperance drink
Lit gives New Life to the Old Folks ,
Pleasure to the Parents ,
Hcnlth to the Children.
i Good for A1100(1 ( All thoTlmt.
13 5 cent package maVcs Five
gallons , lie ture anil get.
A visit to this spot , which is now a
national cemetery , is oxtromorly inter
esting , Hera seventeen years ago Gen
eral Ouster and llvo companies of the
Seventh United Statoa cavalrynumbor-
Inpovor 200 ottlcora and won , were cut
to pieces by the Sioux Indians and
allied tribes under Sitting Dull. The
battlefield , the valley of the Little Big
Horn , located some forty odd miles
south of Custor , Mont. , a station on the
Northern Pacific railroad , can bo easily
reached by stage. If you will write
Charles S. Foe , St. Paul , Minn. , inclos
ing 4 cents in postage , ho will send you
a handsomely Illustrated 100 pngo book ,
free of charge , in which you will find a
graphic account ot the end catastrophe
which overtook the bravo Custor and his
followers in the vulloy of the Little Big
Horn in Juno , ' 70.
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