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DISTRICT JUDGE ARRESTED
Jlon , D , T , Weltj of the rourteentli Judicial
Circuit Charged with Accepting Bribes.
BURLINGTON RAILROAD IN THE DEAL
yutorn y of thaC Corporation Alloccit to
Iluvo 1'alil tha Cinirt bovcral Iltinilreil
Ilnllnrr to Kmjilnj A. U. Olbb *
BEAVEtl CITY , Neb. , Oct. 15. ( Special
Telegram. lion. D. T. Welly , Judge ot the
Tourteenth judicial district , wast arrested
anrl brouglit before Judge Anderson today on
the charge ol bribery. The complaint was
BV > orn out by A. D. Olbbs , who liaa held ( be
position ot court reporter. 11s was recently
discharged by Judge "Welly and the place
given to u son of lion. John Stevens of tills
county. The preliminary hearing was set
for October 25 ; bond , $1,000.
The complaint alleges tlint Judge Welty
received (225 ( or the appointment ot A. I ) .
0 It. bs , the complainant , aa stenographic re
porter , the same having been paid by W S.
Jilorlan , the D , & M. attorney at McCook , In
vhosc employ Glbbs was at the time.
At the time oC Jutlgo Welly's nomination ,
lline years ago , he pledged the convention
thai ho would not accept n pass from any
railroad under nny consideration , which
premise , It Would seem , has been totally
ignored , judging from correspondence which
has been made public by Stenographer Olbbs ,
Qlbbs gives out several letters from II. &
M. headquarters which state that passes
have been sent to Judge. AVelty at various
times by that road , Including an annual ,
trip passes and mileage books.
The successor or Gllilj.i aa stenographer ,
appointed by Judge Welly , la the son of
lion. John Stevens , the present populist rep
resentative < > r Furnace county and a Candi
da to for re-election , the appointee being an
employe of Morlan'a office , and It Is popularly
believed that the same was made for political
effect ami for the purpose of strengthening
the chancei of Judge Welly for renomlnatlon
JttMC OA.SI1IKJ1 ON TKIAL.
tTiimen M > rra of Oitoll Clr.trqod with Sll -
HEATIUOE , Neb. , Oct. IB , ( Special Tele
gram. ) In district court today the trial ot
James Myeri of Odell , charged with em
bezzlement , was begun , ( he Jury being se
lected and one witness examined. A new
banking Institution was organized , at Odell
and Myers was elected cashier. The stock
holders. together with the cashier , signed
a note for $5.000 , which Mycra negotiated ,
iiml tlic state will attempt to show that In
stead of applying the money toward buying
up the outstanding paper of the old bank
that had closed its doors Myers appro
priated $1.000 of the amount to hla own use.
Myers' defense will b < ! that as cashier ot
the bank ho loaned $3,000 to Dr. Warren ot
Odell on thtee years time and the defense
will present the note therefore In evidence.
Srlm.vlor .Nott'S nmt I'orsorutls.
S5CI1UYLEH , Neb. , Oct. 15. ( Special. )
Itev. J. T. Ivnuckey , who has been the pas
tor of the Methodist church here during the
last two years , preached the first sermon of
his third year hero yesterday , ho having
been returned to thl a charge by the last ses
sion of the North Nebraska conference.
Rev. Wilson , son-in-law of John C. Cook ,
and wife are visiting Mrs , Wilson's parents.
Itov. Cook occupied the Methodist pulpit
T. W. Putnam and wife ot Scrlbner spent
tha Sabbath with Her. and Mrs. J. T.
Colonel Iloagland , president ot a children's
homo society , lectured In the Methodist
church yesterday afternoon and In the Pres
byterian church last night , giving a very
interesting and Instructive ! talk about hla
ways of finding poor children and managing
the most refractory of them.
Mrs. W. II. Moore ot Carthage , 111. , Is In
the city , the guest of her son , Frank 13.
Moore , and his wife.
Regular session of the district court was
called this afternoon , Judge William Mar
shall being on the bench.
Note ) on 1C Jet u r Affair * .
EXETER , Neb. , Oct. 15. ( Special. ) Miss
Bndto Sbryster lias gone to Frlcudvlllc , where
Bha has accepted a position In Mrs. McFar-
land's millinery establishment.
Mrs. James Ashmoro was called to Lex
ington last week by the serious Illness of her
son , H. I * . Ashmorc.
Miss Magglo Carney of Morrison , 111. , Is
hero to spend the winter with her bister ,
Mrs. W. II. Lewis.
Mrs. Virgto Garvln , from Iowa , Is hero
visiting her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Co rule.
J. T. Green of Weston , 111. , Is hero lookIng -
Ing after hla farming Interests In Liberty
. Mr. and Mrs , Durtch of Morrison , III. , are
visiting with theletter's sister , Mrs. George
Lee , and brother , A. J. Stlnton.
Isaac Montanya of Fremont , la. , Is hereon
on a visit to bis daughter , Mrs , Harvey
Mrs. Charles Quick of Cuba , 111. , Is here
visiting her cousins , the Wilson brothers ,
and other relatives.
Iontur Vctnrurn lluve Tun.
DECATim. Neb. , Oct. 15 , ( Special. ) Com
rade Hacb , Granger post. No. 119 , was sur
prised Friday night by the G. A. II. boys of
this place , at his home * In a way that was
ft surprise. The 61d man was In bed when
they arrived. A big. camp Ilto of old mils
was built outside , and the boys got around
that and commenced tclllne stories and tak
ing f drink between turns. The women folks
took charge on the Inside and an elegant
BUI. per was served at midnight. A sham
battle , with corn stalks , was fought between
the Dccatur "band boys and the old soldiers.
Indian dancing was also quite a feature.
Probably fifty pcopla were present , among
whom were some of Decatur's most promi
nent citizens. The fun continued until day
Tfahriukn City rirevttlnx.
NEDRASKA CITY , Oct. 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) B. Schlank , one of the proprietors
of the Arcade hotel at Omaha , took charge
of the Hotel Watson In this city today.
The clothing storeof Jacob Slchl was
robbed last night and about $300 worth of
goods stolen. It Is thought to bo the- work
of local talent.
Nine prisoners confined In the county Jail
Attempted to break jail last night. They re
moved several locks from cell doors anil
were attempting to burn through the celling
Into the recorder's cfflcowhen discovered.
Dainty aa n pretty maiden , delicate as a
rare perfume , delicious as a fresh plucked
fruit. Is the food cooked with Dr. Price's
Cream linking Powder.
Work of I'ouuty t'nnimlnn
When the county commissioners met In ad
journed session yesterday afternoon Mr ,
Jenkins Introduced a resolution to discon
tinue , for the present , the- paving of the
West Dodge street road. It met with con-
ildcrable opposition and was wthdrawn ,
to bo Introduced at tha next meeting , when
all of the- members will be present. On this
road the paring has reached Crases' mill ,
which point Is llvo and one-half miles west
ot the. city limits.
The county suncyor was Instructed to pet
the grade- stakes on tha southwest or Center
street road , that ( ho pavers may begin the
work of excavating1 for the , laying of the
Millions drink Cook' * Extra , Dry Imperial
Champagne' every year end the numbers are
rolling up with n rush ,
Now MBilcn Ojiluir O < i > tar il.
SANTA FE , N. M , , Oct. 15. Tomus
XiUCrTO. the notorious outlaw who wan the
leader oC the ( rung that assassinated Sheriff
Poherty of Moru county , was cnpturvd nt
Grand Station on the Atlantic. & I'uclllo
railroad today by Sheriff Cunningham ,
Bhortlr before ( lie Mora murder was com
mitted fourteen of the e njr were arreslH ,
but Luce iv > escaped and II ett to the inoun-
U-'n . A. confession by one of the outlaws ,
nhown thai Lucero waa the leader In moil
of the crimes committed in eenlrnl New
Mexico for the past two years Oftlcars
have been on the trail for several months.
FIRE AND POLICE MATTERS.
Tire I'tinil Ilrllcll to ito Considered At n
The question ot curtailing the expense ot
the flre dcnartment waa tip again last night
before the Hoard ot Fire and Police commis
sioners lor a short discussion. The matter
had been referred last week to Messrs , Co-
burn and Strlckter ( or consideration , |
Mr , Strlcklcr stated that Mr , Coburn had
been sick and he had been unable to confer j
with him. Ills opinion was that the board
should ask the council ( or $10,000. If the
council would not grant It , the salaries of
the men would have to be cut or some houses ]
closed. The deficit would be about (13,000.
To caver this It would be necessary to cut
the men GO per cent In salaries , Mr.
Strlcklcr thought that this would be unjust.
II thought the board would be reduced to
the extremity Of closing Eomo ol the outside :
houses and discharging the. men ,
The matter was not further discussed. Mr.
Smith moved that the board meet next
Wednesday night at 7:30 : o'clock and consider
solely how to reduce the expenses of the de
partment whether by reducing salaries or
closing unnecessary houses. The chief and
his assistants were. Invited to attend. The
motion was carried.
The fallowing resolution was moved by
Mr , Smith and passed :
Resolved , That the Board of Klre nnd
Police Commissioners recommends that nil
applicants for liquor licenses or driiKKlst
permits for the year 15S5 file their appli
cation * nml publish the notices required by
Iruv ns speedily as possible , In order that
sitcli applications may be acted upon by
the board pilor to the 25th day of Decem
ber , 1891.
M. Caranaugh , driver ot truck No. 3 , was
reported suspended by Chief Qalllgan , and
charges were preferred against him for over
staying his day off by six hours and ( or
falling to report at the chief's ofnce when
ordered. The case " 111 be heard next Mon
A communication was received from Chief
Seavey requesting that rules governing spe
cial police officers bo adopted by the board.
There Is nothing to prevent special police
men from drinking in saloons and violating
every rule governing the regular department
and yet have the same authority as members
ot the department. The communication was
referred to- the committee on law , order and
A. D. White was appointed special police
man In connection with his duties as city
Inspector of weights and measures Trcd
Mendc was appointed special policeman
about Farrcll'a factory at Eighth and Far-
The trial ot Officer Gustavlson , charged
by Frank Carver with assault and conduct
unbecoming an olllccr , was begun and then
postponed to enable Gustavlson to obtain
In executive session the board passed a
resolution requesting the chief of the ftre
department to bo present at the next regular
meeting and explain why the water tower
failed to work at the Morse-Coo flre Saturday
night. The members of the department who
had the tower In charge are also to be
present and Make explanations. The engi
neers of the engines disabled at the same
tire ara also requested to bo present and e < o
iilaln why the vacuums of their engines
gave out. And finally , the chief Is called
upon to explain , If ho Is able , why there -was
no adequate water pressure * .
Assistant Chief Barnes was directed to be
present at the next meeting also and ex
plain why the wagon had to go after him
to Twenty-fourth and Cass streets yesterday
afternoon at the time of a fire , Instead ot
finding him at No. 1 enginehouse. . .
The charges against Officer Starkcy for
disobeying the orders of his superior officer
were dismissed , The decision In the case
against Officer Tyrrell will not be mudo until
Julius Darstor was granted permission to
remove his saloon from 220 South Thirteenth
street to 1BU Dodge street.
Over 40,000 tons , of ammonia are used an
nually In baking powders , No adulterants
ol any kind In Dr. Price's.
IN OMAHA'S ART GALLERY.
Number of I'lcturcn llccently Added
Glimpses of homo nf Them.
Public Jnterest In the loan exhibit of oil
and water color paintings In the third floor
of the Library building. Is constantly on the
Increase. It Is an interesting fact that
the hundreds who 'have seen the exhibit
marvel greatly at the broad scope at art In
Nebraska , and are enthusiastic that so
creditable a collection could bo made.
There has been since , the opening night
vast Improvement made in the rooms de
voted to the exhibit ; many pictures have
been added and there Is now an art atmos
phere about the place that Is. very restful.
J. G. Brown , who Is known on both sides o
the Atlantic , la represented on the wall In
the middle section by this clever picture
"The Card Trick , " owned by George A.
Josslyn and purchased at tbo Columbian ex
position. Mr. Brown was a member of the
board ot judges , and the picture In consequence
quence was exempt. It Is In the painter's mosi
felicitous \cln-a group of : street gamins wh
arc watching a colored bootblack perform , a
card trick which he had seen Herrmann di
the night before from his airy scat In tin
top gallery of the theater. The tbrlgh
smiles on the faces of the boys and the qulzzl
cal expression on the face of the amateu
card performer make a study pleasing to th
eye.Mr. . J. G. Borglumwho Is known here
has a marine on exhibition , "Off the Coast o ;
Monterey , " owned and exhibited by Mr.
Charles A. Coo. It Is one of Mr , Horglum' '
happiest efforts , the color and motion ot th
water being thoroughly realistic.
One ot the dainty bits of the collection 1
an Interior by Miss Ethel Evans , Instructo
of drawing in the 'public schools. It 1
wonderfully well done from an archltectiira
point ot view , while the atmosphere Is ful
of light and beauty.
John J. Ilerold , a pupil ot the art school
shows talent In his sketch from still life ,
It Is well handled and well grouped.
Mrs , Mumaugh In her recent work shows
broadening spirit of art quite worthy ot men
tlon. In one canvart partlculary has sh
caUKht the true artistic feelinga , marine
painted while on Long Island Sound las
summer , It Is art excellent bit of water ,
the roll of the ocean being finely done. He
large canvas of grapes Is also pleasing an
well painted. Mr. Lawrlo Wallace has
number ot sketches on the walls , all of them
showing the artist at his1 very treat ; one ,
sketch made white on an outing In Iowa
being exceedingly valuable from a pure !
artistic standpoint. Mr. Wallace Is a rapl
worker , nnd he seems to feel his snbjec
which he brings out so cleverly on canvas
There Is another sketch ot clouds whlc
does the director credit , although , as lie- say
the approach of a thunder storm prevenle
Its completion , but nevertheless it Is a splen
did studio piece and shows the artist and h
qimllOcatlous to advantage.
il the Truck * with Her Ky > s
BUFFALO , Oct. 15. While driving eve
the New York Central tracks Miss Kmll
II. S. Wood , sister-in-law of Itepubllca :
State Commlttceman John Scatherd , and In
of the latter' " children were struck by
train. The children were killed
and Miss Wood .fatally Injured. Jllss
Wood was reading to the children and did
not see the approaching train. The reins
were lying on the dashboard and she could
not control the aulmal.
In a Quarrel Over a Wninnii ,
WACO , Tex. , Oct. 15. Hosca L. Stone
and Virgil Moon , young farmers , attended a
country danes and became involved In a dis
pute. Moon accused Stone ot misrepresent
ing him to a young woman to whom both
wer paying attention. The men wlth'drew
tea lane and engaged In o duel with knives.
Moon was cut and stabbed several times
and died shortly afterwards. Stone , badly
wounded , made his escape.
Hlllmlbyn Holler ttxploilon.
ST. LOUIS , Oct. IB. A special telegram
from New Madrid , Mo. , to tha Post-Dis
patch says the holler in the' Pretorlous Lura
I ber company's sawmill exploded today and
| Volney Uurton and James Iloltnea were
killed outright and Q Burton fatally hurt ,
Tha boiler was torn into three pieces am ]
hurled several hundred feet and the mill
At the M. H. COOK CLOTHING COMPANY'S
CAUSED BY A FIRM'S DISSOLUTION :
The-well known rranufaeturers of standard and fine clothing of New York City , Hammerslough , Saks &
Co , , recently gave up business , Our eastern buyer wason hand and purchased for us nearly $ LOOOO in
clothing , including Suits and Overacts made for this fall and winter wear. It was bought at less then half its
original value. Tomorrow the big sale goes on at
- M. H. COOK CLOTHING COMPANY'S ' ;
Dissolution Sale Prices. .
Men's Suits. Overcoats.
PJRINCK ALBERTS , IK BLACK CLAY WORSTKD PINE KERSEY AND BHAVKR OVERCOATS , THE
bound , double Icoasted ) , trhnmeil with Italian satin , $13.00 best tnailu in these fabrics , wool linimr , silk yoke , 50
no better mudo llio complete suit at this. sale. . . . inches long1 , In loose or tight lluim * , Kinprlo or dottblo
PRINCE ALBERTS IN GRAY AND BROWN CLAY saloonly breasted , in bluesand blackssi/u.s III to 42 at this $16.00
worsted , atitclicd , double or slnprlo breasted , lined
\\Jtli Itnliuu satin , finest for the money ever shown 15:0 0
at this bale 130 FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS , IN SINGLE OR
double broastod. blues , blacks or browns , tuns and 10.00
230 BLACK AND FANCY WORSTED SUITS , IN oxfords your choice at this sale .
cutaways nnd sacks , sonic lined with satin ; all
wool and silk lined goods , all in Regent cuts , no
merchant tailor can put up a bettor gunnont at 12.50 150 FINE KERSEY OVERCOATS , IN FIVE
this sulo only . SHADES , elegantly trimmed , blues , blacks and 7.00
browns your choice in this t > ale .
170 ASSORTED SUITS , MADE TO FIT SHORT
and btout. , Saks & Co.
OVERCOATS , JUST
THE Til ING FOR SHORT
posely for such built portions , handsome and durable and stout , in beavers
ble , lor fall , sixes 37 10.00 kerseys und chinchil 12.50
prarinsnts heavy weights wear , . las , sizes 37 to 40 go in this bale .
to-1(5 ( go at this sale at
200 FINE YOUNG MEN'S DRESSY SUITS , A MOST 70 EXTRA SIZE OVERCOATS. FROM 44 TO 50 ,
complete finished and stylish garment , In cutaways 10.00 two shades , blues and blacks , in kcrsoys , chinchillas 12.50
and sacks ) , sizes Irorn 33 to 40 at this sale only . . . . and worsteds go in this bale tit .
200 FINE ALL WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS , IN
sacks only , dark effects , go in this sale uttlie extraordinary 6.50 200 FINE SHETLAND PR I EXE STORM ULSTERS , 5.00
traordinary price of three shades go in this sale at. .
Jlfatl Orders Filled State what yon want and send measure - We Ho the balance No samples sntt for ihis sale
AND RARNAM STS. , OMAHA
> LAN FOR THE JOINT DEBATE
levea Thousand of Thurston and Bryan's '
Priends May Bo Accommodated.
COMMERCIAL HALL HAS BEEN SECURED
from the Ai > pllcntloii9 KccolvcU fur Ticket *
the Indlriitloin Aru tlmt All
ICouiu Will llo Crowded
At Lincoln ,
LINCOLN. Oct. 15. ( Special. ) Tlie local
committee ot the democratic organization
ias been figuring ( or some time on a place
for the Joint debate between Tliurston and
Bryan , For some time It was expected that
one ol the opera houses would accommodate !
all the crowd anticipated , but after a sizing
up of the situation It waa determined that
tha crowd-was to bo so great that neither of
the opera houses would accommodate. It.
Then Jim O'Shea and some other of the
managers started out and made arrangements
ltli the State Doard of Agriculture to oc
cupy Commercial hall at the plate fair
grounds , which will accommodate probably
7,000 people. The debate Is to come off at
2 o'clock on Wednesday , and already there
have been applications for more tickets than
the hall will accommodate.
A case that Is attracting the attention of
the police Is that ot an old soldier living on
Easl O street , who Is dying , apparently
Vrom the effects of poison administered from
time to time during the past two weeks.
Main's wio , who is considerably younger
than himself , Is stated by the neighbors to
be a little wayward , and It Is suspected by
some that a man who has been bestowing
attention upon her Is responsible to some
extent for Main's condition , which Is critical
In the extreme. The old man possesses
some land and a goodly pension , which
would fall to his heirs in case ot his death.
Nothing can be learned , from the police.
A couple of local toughs named Charlie
Dethlcts and Charlie Button are under ar
rest for disorderly conduct. They were ar
rested while driving down O street at a
breakneck speed , paying no attention to the
horses , but entirely absorbed In malting a
spectacle of themselves and nertlo Posten , a
young school girl of respectable parentage ,
who was In the buggy. The girl
escaped the officers , but may be arrested
George Blakesleo , an engineer. Is wanted
by the police on the charge of adultery , pre
ferred by his wife , who alleges that he and
a Mrs. Miner stayed In Omaha over Sunday
and while there committed the otTense.
Mary Doeckal secured a divorce from
Charles Doeckal on the ground ot adultery ,
uhllo Norms Mahoney obtained a similar
boon from Mao Mahoney on the ground of
Judge Hall today entered a decree In
another ot the Capital National bank cases.
The receiver was ordered to give the plaintiff ,
the Chemical National bank of New York , a
certificate for the amount ot tha note
HEU SCHEME ENDED IN DEATH.
There Is every Indication that one of the
practicing physicians ot the city id booked
for a great deal of trouble , and the Coroner
and Walton Roberts , the undertaker , can
probably tell In what shape it wilt come
The guests and patrons ot the Grand hole :
have all been familiar with the pretty face
and handsome figure of Agnea Cochran , the
22-year-old head waiter , whose lady-like
bearing made friends for her with nil who
visited the dining- room of that hostlery
About ten days ago she returned to the hote
from a visit she < had been paying to her
home In South Omaha , and a few days after
ward was taken sick , and her body now lies
In Roberts' undertaking parlors In a hand'
some casket , covered with floral crosses ,
wren tha and the like , the gifts of the many
friends she had made at the hotel.
Yesterday her brother , who la well known
In Omaha and South Omaha , appeared on the
scene and Instituted an Investigation , whicli
resulted In an Inquest , which began thl ;
morning and will be concluded tonight.
It appears that a week ago Dr. Graham
whose oillce Is on the fourth floor of the
Hurr block , waa called to the hotel and
found the. young lady with all the symptoms
ordinarily exhibited by one upon whom a
criminal operation had been attempted. The
physician , after a good deal of questioning
reriuaded her to admit that the had been
betrayed by one of the- guests of the hotel
, and that to hide her shame she had used an
Instrument herselfi' On Friday1 she died ,
and llien Mrs. Kellyi'the ' wife of the proprie
tor. Intimated the , tlic operation had been
performed by a physician who had been In
attendance on * her bef6ro Dr. Graham had
been called , but that she did , not know hla
name. - -
All the employes of the undertaking estab-
Ishment and the coroner were emphatic In
their statement that they did not know any
thing about the case , but the certificateat
death on flic gives the cause of death as
' 'Abortion , " and at 1 o'clock a Jury was em-
panneled , which viewed the remains nnd
tool : an adjournment.
i\ autopsy was performed on the remains
this morning and gave grounds for the hold-
ng of the Inquest this evening and today.
It has been learned that shortly before the
girl was taken sick she told one of her com
panions in the hotel that , she expected to
have some trouble and was going to one of
the physicians of the city for treatment , but
did not give his name.
School Tend i enMint. .
FOHT CALHOUN , Neb. , Oct. 15 ( Spe
cial. ) The first annual teachers' meetlngwas
held at Calhoun Saturday. There was a
large attendance , and the teachers enjoyed
the meeting very much. Prof. Torter and
wife of Arlington and Prof , fowler ot Blair
The first social and entertainment of the
Y. P. A. society will be given at the First
Congregational church.V > finebday , Great
preparations are being made for the occa
1'alr/lcltl Store Ilurnod.
PAIRFIELD , Neb , , Oct. 15. ( Special. )
The Hacket store , owned by Latzke & Hayes ,
carrying a general stock of goods valued at
$7,000 , burned at 1 o'clock this morning.
Insurance on the stock Is 51,700 , carried by
three companies. The frame building occu
pied by the store was owned by E. J , Jen
kins and was Insured for $900 , nearly Its full
value. Origin of the fire Is a mystery ,
Accidental Kllllng-iit AniliiTrtt.
KBAUNEY , Oct. 15. ( Special Telegram. )
Yesterday afternoon Henry Haase of Amherst
accidentally shot and Instantly killed himself
with a shotgun which he had Just bought.
How the accident occurred Is not known ,
as ho was alone at the time. The deceased
was a son of Edward Haase of this city.
Death of .Jrsso Jamcn' Uncle.
REYNOLDS , Neb , , Oct. 15. ( Special Tele
gram , ) Ilev. J. D. James , aged 81 years , an
uncle of the late Jesse James , died nt the
residence of his daughter , Mrs , Naylor , In
this place at C o'clock last evening.
SincE > It received the highest award at the
World's ' Columbian exposition , the sales ot
Dr. Price's hare exceeded those of all other
M JfVKJZ.tffr CttlMRS.
Prisoner lit Canon''ci $ "Will Oo to Chicago
YVIion IIU 'Iline Is Dp.
DENVER , Oct. 16. The trip to Denver of
Detective Sergeant AValbesIse of Chicago , who
came after Henry Newu. ark , the alleged Chicago
cage forger , haa been more prolific ot results
tlian the officer exne ed. While looking
through the album of crooks' photographs ,
Sergeant Walbeske canie upon the counter-
felt of an old acquaintance. It was the pho
tograph of the man who Is now doing three
years In the statp penitentiary at Canon
City , James I3aker Is the name attached to
the photograph. Ih' th * Chicago rogues' gal
lery anil at Jolletentrntlary , | he Is known
by tha nameof James Skinner. When his
sentence here has * expired lie will bo given
a ride back there. A eor llng to the Chicago
officer. Skinner Is wanted by the Chicago
authorities for two" inurders , three attempts
at murder and a long list of burglaries and
i flirt to tha University.
PHILADELPHIA , Oct. 15. Provost C.
Harrison ot tbo University ot Pennsylvania
announces that he has received an additional
contribution of $50,000 for the university
from a. friend , whose name la for the present
withheld. The special object for which the
money Is to be used Is also withheld until
the next meeting ot the board of trustees ,
Death or .Major Jlowney.
LARAillE , Wyo. , Oct. 15. Major Owen J.
Downey , aged 80 years , died at the homo of
his son , Colonel S. W. Downey , In this city ,
yesterday , Major Downey was oneof the
pioneers of West Virginia , having held many
prominent positions of trust In that staff.
He has been a resident ot Wyoming about
IN THE CLUTCH OF NIHILISTS
Knssia's Ruler's Tatal Illness Said to Be the
Eesult of Conspiracy.
SENSATIONAL STORY ABOUT THE CZAR
Death by Slow X'olmin.irowllrh to ISo
Sot Aside In 1'a.ior of 111 * Ilitt-llviulcd.
lErothur Secrut Letter from
MINNEAPOLIS , Oct. 15. Has the czar
of all the Russlas been skillfully poisoned
and slowly put to death by scientific means
n the hands of nihilists ?
Dr. George P. J. Schmidt , the German
ravelcr , now In Minneapolis , has just re
ceived secret dispatches from St. Petersburg
which throw a strong- light on the crisis
11 European politics caused by the impending
death of the czar. These dispatches came
written in sympathetic Ink on an appar
ently blank piece of paper. The applica
tion of heat broil < ilit out some etrange steno
graphic characters , which the doctor readily
translated. He showed the dispatch to
an Associated press reporter today and re
marked that in order to send such things
from St. Petersburg It was necessary to
doubly protect them by the use of sym
pathetic Ink and a secret code. The most
sensational matter In the dispatch Is the
Intimation that tlie cz.ir'e illness has been
caused by other than natural means. The
lector translated the dispatch for the As
sociated press as follows :
"The czar is lying at the point of death.
The excitement of the highest circles of
Uiibsl.1 In tremendous. It I ? understood In
wide circle in Russia that hla sickness
was brought about by scientific means and
that his death will not be a natural one. It
Is on account of this that the Journals con
tradict the fact of the czar's , sickness. There
Is a party that wants to sea the czarcwltch
on the throne. The czarcwitch Is of a
cranky , melancholy nature , Inclined to In
stitute the most radical reforms throughout
Russia , and has already madu plans for
such action. Ho Is much hated by the
clergy. The patriarch of JIoscow , who Is
at the head oC the Greek church , has trav
eled about with the czar in order to persuade
him to put his second son on the throne
instead of the czareultoh. The Greek Cath
olic church of Russia Is feverishly excited.
The Rclchsrath , or council of the empire ,
Is dally holding secret councils. The pan-
Slavic party Is with the church and against
the czarewltch. who Is a great friend of Ger
many. Should the czar decide to place his
second son ott the throne this ould be
looked upon as a direct Insult to Germany
and would be attended with the most seri
ous results ,
"The second son of the czar Is very Inimi
cal to the Germans , friendly to the French ,
dreadfully despotic and In the highest de
gree headstrong , and a strong autocrat. It
Is feared that on the deathbed of. the czar
the church Influence will succeed In Inducing
him to call his second son as his successor.
As this second eon Is very hot-headed ho Is
sure not to remain long on the throne
without becoming seriously Involved In state
troubles. The 88-years-old patriarch of JIos
cow has had a two hours' conference with
the czar at his deathbed , but no one knows
the purpose of this talk. The second son
of the czar Is very despotic , opposed to the
liberty of the people , and is of an envious
nature. He la a fine soldier , fond of a
fight , a mattlal fellow and very ambitious.
Ha is an enemy of England , ot Germany
and , above all , of America. He not only
Intends to Increase the size of Asiatic Rus
sia , but also to attempt the tremendous
( ask ot bridging the Dcrlnp : straits and ex
tending his empire in the direction of
America. The prince Is by all odds one
of the greatest generals In Russia , having
been with Mourlia and Tlmaschlerr , and
having Gtudled with the latter. All of the
cabinets of Europe are alarmed.
"It Is rumored that the entrance of Eng
land Into the Drelbund , that IB. the Triple
alliance , Is about to take place. Already
between Russia and France secret relations
have been entered Into. "
Dr. Yon Schmidt is a second lieutenant
In the Prussian army traveling on leave.
lie Is tound for Japan and the Orient.
Shot Him on thn Htriiet ,
ROCKPQIIT , Ind. . Oct. IB. In this city
this mornluc at 11 o'clock Robert Durr shot
and Instantly killed /Arthur Williamson ,
llurr saluted Wlllamson on the street , saying
that ho wanted to speak to him. While con
versing , Durr drew a , revolver and shot Wil
liamson In the head , the wound causing In
stant death. Y/llllamsfon claimed that Burr
had visited his horns during Ills absenca.
Doth were j-oung men. There Is great ex
citement about the jail where Burr Is con
fined , and threats of mob violence are heard.
Anna run TIII : .11131v.
Twolftb Infantry Arr'von ut Itn Now Ilcutl.
( | imiTH at Niiibi.u-ii.
VALENTINB. Neb. , Oct. 15. ( Special
Telegram. ) Colonel Townsend , commanding
: Iie Twelfth Infantry , arrived here from
Tort Leavenworth this afternoon and disem
barked for Fort Nlobraia , four miles distant.
The command arriving today consists of
headquarters band , Lieutenant I3art , adju
tant ; Lieutenant McCarthy , quartermaster ;
E company , Jlajor Drown and Lieutenant
Abbot , and O company , Captain Craglo and
Lieutenant Ullne. Tlueu more companies of
the regiment will anlve the latter part of
thn month , making the garrison at Fort
Nlobrara consist of five companies ot the
Twelfth Infantry ami two companies ot the
Eighth Infantry , with headquarters of the
Twelfth. Major Lacy , Eighth Infantry , com
manding the past , > vith several ot the cill-
cers and ladles , nere over , and many oC our
citizens were at the depot to im'C't trie
troops on their arrival.
WASHINGTON , Oct. IB. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Several changes tu the stations of
post chaplains are ordered. C'uip'aln ' Henry
Swift , Fort Supply , 01 < 1. , to Foit Los n ,
Colo.Delmar ; H. Lowell , Fort Itlley to Tort
Vntes ; Thomas W. Barry , Fort Sully to Fort
Klley ; John S. Selbold , Fort L.ogjn to Fott
D , A. Russell ,
Second Lieutenants Edmund M. Dlnke.
FICth nrtlllery , John T. Martin , Fourth ar
tillery , and William L. ICInly. jr. . Fourth ar
tillcrv , will lie examined 'or promotion by
the board at Fort Monroe , Va.
Captain Charles Morton in transferred
frutn troop M to troop I , anil Captain Wil
liam D. Beach from troop \ to troop M.
Tiilrd cavalry. Captain William M. Wai-
lice , from troop II to troop L iinJ Captain
Louis A. Craig , from Troop L to troop II ,
Captain William L. Carpenter , Ninth cav
alry , Is granted one month's extended leave ;
First Lieutenant Maury Nichols , Seventh In
fantry , two months.
The demand for Dr. Price's Baking Powder
on the Pacific coast has more than doubled
since It received the highest Award and gold
medal at the California Midwinter fair.
JMVAT , JtltKI'lTIKti.
lea Men's assembly , No. SC2 , Knights of
Labor , will give Its second annual ball at
Washington hall tomorrow night.
At 5:20 : yesterday afternoon an unoccupied
U\o-story frame house atI21C Ruggles street ,
owned by W. Hlckles , was damaged by flre
to the extent of $75.
A barn at 2221 Wfbster street , owned by
J. Ofkamp and occupied by Dr. Council , was
damaged by flre yesterday morning at C:30 :
o'clock. , The loss nas $ H > 0 on the building
and ? 25 on thq contents.
A meeting of the university extension de
partment of tha Wotnnii'H club \U11 be held
In the new club roflina In the Uoston Store
building this evening. All peiuons , both
men and women , Interested In the work of
university extension are invited ,
Immanuel liaptlsl church is being deco
rated Inside , the ladles having assumed all
the expense. To raise money to defray the
cost a dinner and cupper will be served by
the ladles In the Commercial club rooms ,
Chamber of Commerce , on Saturday ,
Friday Is set apart as an educational holi
day In this state and "Library" day will lie
generally celebrated by the schools of the
city , Some of the schools have prepared pro
grams for the occasion and Superlntendon
Marble will deliver an address at the Lincoln
Miss Conrad of Fenton , Mich , , auprem
deputy commander of the Order of the Lady
Maccabees , Is In the city , and will hold a
meeting for the ladles of Omaha Wednesday
afternoon at 8:30 : o'clock at Red Men's hall ,
Patterson block , for the purpose of organiz
ing an order here. All ladle * are cordially
Chief Clerk Vandervoort of the railway
mall service' stated yesterday that the ex
tension of tlie I ) , & M. to Hillings would not
Increase the mall facilities from Omaha to
that point at present. The department at
Washington had as yet not taken any etpjis
to transport mall on the extension from
Sheridan to Ulllln a.
CRIME OF A CRAZY MOTHER
Terribly Tragic End of Mrs. Jennie Harri-
gaii nnd her Babies ,
BURNED HER THREE BABIES IN A BARN
set Tire to the Ilousn I'lrdt Hulil Hie Chil
dren In Her ArmnVlilln I lie Iliiy
JluniKl Around Ilium father
WHS A wiiy.
ELIZABETH , N. J. , Oct. 15 , Mrs. Jcnnl
larrlgan and her three chlldicn perished by
flre In the barn upon their farm in the out
skirts of this city today. The residence also
nas burned. The husband and father waa
.bsent at the time of the calamity.
The general belief Is that Mrs. llarrigan
became suddenly Insane and set the house on
lire ; that then t > ho took her children and
ent Into the barn , locked the door and get
.ha hay on flre. As the names began to
: lose around them the mother gathered the
ihllOren about her and held them until they
were overcome. The eldest of : the children
s G years of ago and the youngest 4 < |
Mr , Harrlgan Is quite poor , following ped
dling for a living. Hewent to Newark this
mornlnc to sell his wares. When neighbors
attracted by the smoke , reached the Harrl-
gan place , they found a. box of wood on
flro In the house and that was quickly ex
tinguished. The flames in the barn , however -
ever , had gained , such headway that nothing I
could bo done until the flimsy structure hod | |
been burned to the ground. It was then
that the fate of Mrs. llarrigan and her three
children became known , Mrs. Harlgan , who
\\iis 30 years of age , had ho\\n no signs of
insanity , though for a time she had been
despondent over the circumstances of herself $ ' ; (
and family. jl
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If your cookery Is faulty the fault Is not
always with the flour. Look to the baking
powder. Use Dr. Price's arid all wilt bo
TITO Were Killed In tliu Meloe.
INDIANAPOLIS , Oct. 1C. An Elkhart.
Ind. , special says ; At Calvin Center , a colored -
ored settlement north of this city , Hiram
Dunn quarreled with Frank SmlUi , Qeoreo
Pangborn and Jeff Anderson , and in the
melee Pangborn and Anderson were , it la
thought , fatally stabbed. Dunn la an ex-
convict. Ho has been arrested.
Oorge Ray of St. Paufls a Darker guest.
T. C. Rutter ot Stanton , Neb , , la stopping
at the Darker ,
Lawrence Q , Keogh of the Hustler coin *
pany Is at the Darker.
Attorney T , W. Illackburn has returned
from a buslneta trip to Now York.
Summer Wallace of Rochester , N. II. , U a
guest of A. W. Wattles and wlfo at theMil -
Colonel T. II. Stanton , chief paymaster ,
Department of the Platte , has returned from
a pay trip.
General Charles C. Walcutt and Mrs. Vir
ginia Gay ot Columbus , O. , are visiting their
sister , Mrs. P , F , Mills , 2214 Webster.
H , L. Wilson of Norfolk , Neb. , la stopping
over at the Darker for a few dayt , and then
will return to his homo at Newton , In. , for
FfSp lhirll" CHILI )
1 1 IdlU. lUKTit
COI.VIN , Li. . , Deo.8,1880. My wife
used "MOTHEUS1 PRIEND" before
her third confinement , and says she
would not bo without 'It for hundreds
of dollars , DOCK MILLS.
Pent by erprats or mall , on receipt of prle ,
tlUl per bottle. Ilook "TO SKmiB.US'1
mulled Siee. BolabrnllUruggltu.
BiuDriitD HcoAffLTon Co. , Atlanta , Oi.
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