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THE OMAHA DAILY KEEipVlJESDAY , JULY 10 , 1895.
Attorney flenornl Bends an Important
Opinion to the Auditor.
HCW A CHARTER MAY BE REVOKED
of Chariot Mutt Ha lljd In
boino Court ol Competent Jurlndlrllon
-torlllllcutc * May 110 Ileciilled
nt Anf lime ,
LINCOLN , July 15. ( Special.-State ) Aud
itor of Public Accounts Eugene Moore today
received an opinion from the attorney gen
eral In the matter of the Investigation of the
1'arnitrn Mutual Insurance Company ot Ne
braska. Charge ) were preferred agalnit the
company by a representative of an "old line
company , " the Phenlx of Brooklyn , N. Y. , but
denies the jurisdiction of the state auditor to
annul tha charter of any Insurance company.
That , the attorney general holds , Is a matter
for a court of competence. The opinion Is as
follows , In full-
LINCOLN , July 1. lion. Uugeno Moore ,
Auditor of Public Accountn : IJear Sir In
nosvirr to your request for the opinion of
this dcpaitnioiit ujion the question of your
JurL'lktlou to hear and determine the
chaigiM llled with you by A. J. Johnson
agnlnvt tilt- Farmers Mutual Insurance com
pany of Ni-brnsOca , I have the honor to say
In leply thereto , that I hn\o inn-fully In-
vontlKBtod tha charges in.uk' , together with
- the uillcli's of Incorporation of the Farmers
it- Mutual Insurance company of Nebra ka ,
together with Its by-laws and the objections
llled by Me irs. Lamb , Ailnma Ac Scott , Its
attorneys , lu regard to the specifications
inado In the charges fioin 1 to i Inclusive ,
It wcnn to mu that they are entirely un
founded The articles of Incorporation show
the roinp.my to have Iwen Incorporated
under the act entitled : "An Act to Author
ize the Oruanl/.iitlon of Mutual Insurance
Companies nppioved March 30 , 1831. The
nrtlL > li ! of Incorporation Hhow more than
twenty persons worth over JIO.OUOformed
the company for the purpose of mutual
Insurance nualnst lo s or ilainngc by lire ,
llghtnliiK and tornadoes , following the lan
guage of the Matutn :
Article II designates the city of Lincoln
ns the principal place of doing business.
Article vll limits Its membership to persons
owning property within the Btuto of Ne
Section 10 of the act provides : "No Hitch
company * ! mll Insure anv property -within
the limits of any city or village. "
Them doesn't seem to be any claim made
in the complaint that any-aUompt has been
mnilo to lii'iinbeyond the limits of thi1
ntatc , nor do 1 tlnd anything In the act
limiting such company to any territory less
than the stato.
The fifth charge complains of the com
pany Insuring live stock against Accident"
und wind , ns wvll ns others. This , of course ,
the company would have no authority tc
do , and I have no doubt If It Is thus Insuring
that your calling Its attention to such facts
would leineily thu Fame.
In regard to the oilier specifications , there
can bo no doubt about the fact thai If Iho
company has made such guarantee Ihe same
would be ullia vlves. The statute of thl
nlnle , howevc-r. confers upon you no au
thority for Investigating and determining
wuch questions. If the company Is violating
its clmrlrr and It Is sought to annul tht
same by reason thereof , the action would
have to be brought on thu part of Ihe slale
and In a court of compitrnt jurisdiction
Under the provisions of section 17 of the act ,
Ihe oflleeis are required , under oalh , It
transmit to HIP auditor of public nccounlf
a statement of the condition of the company
on the last dny of the month preceding , li
such form as the law may direct. It nine
provides that If upon examination the
auditor Is of the opinion that such company
Is doing business correctly , In nccord.inci
with the provisions of this net , he shal
Ihereupon furnish the company a certlflcati
which shall bo deemed authority lo cotitlnut
business tlio ensuing year 1 tlnd , however
in this net , no specific authority for lh <
cancellation of such certificate , but by Its
terms , Implledly , If the company was no
complying with the terms of the net , II
would bo your duty to refuse such ccrtlll
cale , mid I am ot the opinion that If aftci
having issued the ccrtlllcnlo you became
sallslled Hint the compnnv was not dolnf
Us buMnvss correctly , In accordance will
Ihe provisions of Ihe ncl , Ihat you wouli
have authority to cancel such certificate
This , It seems to me. Is an authority na
turally to bo Implied from tha provisions o
the act. Very truly yours ,
A S CHtmCIIILL.
TO SUCCnKD LOU MAY.
There Is a flurry of excitement just nov
among the members of the Nebraska Pis )
commission. Owing to a mlsunderstandtni
ni to who shall sign vouchers , and as to win
Is the valid chairman of the board , the stati
auditor refuses to draw warrants on thi
legislative appropriation of last winter. Com
mlsMoner May IB the hold over. His tern
expired June 1. but the law provides tha
the commissioners shall hold otfico until theli
successors are elected and have qualified
So far Governor Holcomb has neglected ti
niuno a new commissioner In Mr. May'i
place. That olficlal contends that as ho hai
been confirmed by the senate , and Is the unl :
one who has been so confirmed , he Is thi
legal de jure chairman of the board. Scnatoi
Thurston and a number of other promlnen
republicans In the state have written Gov
ernor Holcomb warmly endorsing Commls
sloner May for reappolntment. The governoi
has replied , stating that while ho wai
friendly to Mr. May and his claims , he fel
U to bo his duty to name n commlsslonei
from among the members of his. own party
Thus the matter stands today. Audltoi
Moore will soon have an Interview with Gov
crnor Holcomb , when the matter may hi
adjusted and the proper party named to slgr
The sum ot $3,000 was appropriated by tin
last legislature for repairs and Incidentals 01
the Lincoln Asylum for the Insane. Asldi
from this there Is about $2,500 of a film
which will lapse August 1 , If not applied before
fore that ( lute. This sum will bo utilized \ > :
the Board ot Public Lands and Buildings li
repairing the boilers and engines of the elec
trie light plant. There Is also being used t
portion of the $3,000 In fitting up quarter !
for Dr. Green , assistant superintendent of thi
The death ot Mrs. Mary Hnth , who cxplrec
at 4 o'clock this morning at the asylum , Ii
attended by a horrible story , She was violently
lently Insane , and a few days since built f
fire ot brush and driftwood and leaped Intt
the flames. This was In Chase county. Shi
was terribly burned , and preparations wen
at once made to transport her to Lincoln
The scene of the tragedy was seventeen mile ;
from the railroad. This distance she wai
conveyed In an open wagon , She was ther
brought 275 miles and conveyed to th <
asylum on a stretcher from the depot , ar
riving there Saturday morning , two full dayi
from the time of the attempted suicide. Ir
Green says he has practiced on Blackwell'i
Island aud In some of the largest hospital :
In New York , but he never saw such a her
The Board of Public Lands and Bulldlngi
hai reappolnted J. II. McKolvoy superln
tendent ot the Girls' Industrial school n
Geneva. Superintendent McKehey has helc
this position since 1S93 , the tlmo the Instltu
tlon was opened to the public.
LEAVnS IT TO TUB COUNTIES.
The attorney general will not likely give
an opinion In the matter to which his at-
tentlon was directed concerning the rlghl
of counties to donate money to aid In mak
ing a Nebraska exhibit at the Atlanta Cotter
States and Industrial exposition In Septem
ber. He Is understood to hold that thi
county attorneys are the proper persons tt
ad\Ue In all legal matters Involving tht
counties. As a matter ot fact It Is qultt
doubtful If counties can contribute to . <
state exhibit , but It In stated by members
of the Nebraska delegation that the funds
asked for will be confined to providing foi
exhibits from the counties contributing.
The governor's oillce now contains three
large globes of gold fish placed there by J
n. llomlne. There are four very Urge flsl
from the ponds of Mr. llomlne In Sew an'
county and are a prescnl to the stale fron
that gentleman. He Is one of the oldest list
cultivator * In Nebraska.
The Stale Board of Equalization held ar
informal meeting at the office of the ulali
auditor today , but tratuacled no business
There are two counties yet to hear from Ir
relation to their assessments and until the
report little can bo done In the way o
Today Governor Holcomb , Mrs. Holcomt
and con visited the Lincoln Insane asylun
by Invitation of 'Superintendent Abbott
They were accompanied by Ur. George Tay
lor of Chicago.
The portrait ot H. K. Palmer , department
commander of the Grind Army ot the Repub
lic In 1SS1 , has been received at the office
of General Gage. It Is tha Intention to have
the portrait * of all the PX-commander * It
the Btato at this office eventually.
The Board of Public Lands and Building :
lias notified Janitor Qrinnell that owing tc
a lack of fund * hi * service * will have to b <
Dispensed with. Mr. Grlnnell U * tlll al
work , Inwcvcr , the order , which Is of recent
rtalc , not harlnp gone Into effect.
TAKKN TO THK SUPUEMK COUHT.
In the supreme court to4ay the case of
Kent K. Haydn. receiver ot the Capitol Na
tional Bank of Lincoln , plaintiff In error ,
agalnxt the Commercial Security Loan and
Trust company , Mary A. Small , Udlth Small ,
Alice Small. M > r.i Small. Marlon W. Small
and Ernest Small , children ot James \V.
3mall , deceased , dtfondan's , was filed on pe
tition In error. The defendants recovered
Judgment Hgalnst the bank In Ihe district
court of NucKolls county , Nebra'ka. The
case of Prank Davey , treasurer of Dakota
county , against the Chicago , St. Paul. Minne
apolis & Omaha Hallway company has also
reached thi > court on petition In error. The
question Involved relate * to taxes assessed
agalnsl the company In Dakota county , and
which vere annulled by the district court.
The county of Lancaster appears as plaintiff
In an appeal In petition In error ngalnslV. .
A. Green and I ) . C. Van Duyn , defendants.
In Ihe district court of Lancaster county de
fendants recovered judgment against the
county In the sum of J2.010C4 and JU-2S
cost * . The lltlgallon grows out of services
rcndcied by Green & Van Duyn In refunding
the court house bonds ot the county.
a co-omit ITIVI : n\n.uo.\i >
I'reiTileiit of the 8,111 , Jllcgo , Pacific
Knitorn Tnlkii at North I'Utle.
NOUTH PLATTK , Neb. , July 1C. ( Special. )
George W. Vroman , president of the San
Diego , Pacific & Kastern Hallroad company ,
Is In Ihe city spending a few days visiting
his family. Mr. Vroman Is cnrouto to
caslern polnls where he will endeavor to
Intercsl rallwJy men In Iho construction of
the road. A meellnR of railway , men was
called at the court house this evening , which
was addressed by Mr. Vroman He explained
fully the plan of building , and n large num
ber of railway men appear to be deeply
Interested In the scheme.
A Bee correspondent Interviewed Mr. Vro
man on the subject and that gentleman said1
"Ten thousand shares of the capital stock
have already been volunlarlly subscribed
Our Idea Is lo Issue at first 100,000 shares
of stock of $10 each. This will build the
road from San Diego northeast to the bound
ary line of California. Then the capital stock
will be Increased along as the road Is con
structed. Pron San Diego to the nearest
point on Ihe Union Pacific. Mllford. Utah ,
Is 575 miles. It will cost at a liberal estl-
male , $16.000 per mile , or $3G25.000 lo
build and equip the road. The plan Is to get
railway men to subscribe this amount of
stock as the road Is being built. Payments
on the stock will be made monthly In 5 per
cenl Instalments. No bonds , morlgages or
deeds of trusl can ever be executed on the
property. One hundred thousand shares of
stock will be sold betoro collection thereon
will be begun. Tlio road will be expected
to pay a reasonable dlvldent on nothing ex
cept the amount actually Invested In buildIng -
Ing and equlplng it. No one person Is
allowed to own over COO shares , unless such
shares should come Into his possession
through inheritance or legacy.
"Our route agreed upon Is from Sail Lake
City to San Diego , and is almost an air line.
It touches Iho southern boundary ot Ihe
California fruit belt , traverses the
coal fields of soulhern Ulah , and reaches
some of the greatest borax deposits In the
world. Immense' forests of pine will also
be passed In Utah. The road will be con
ducted on the co-operatlce , profil-sharlng
plan , and It will prove one of the greatesl
sleps ever taken toward settling the differ
ences continually arising between capital and
labor. It will prove that labor Is really
Independent ot capital. The city of San
Diego Is aiding our company In every way
possible. It has pledged depot grounds and
water frontage free , besldo deeding the com
pany the right-of-way through the city. "
\UItr.STlfU LINCOLN 1'IIVtilCI % > M
Medical Society ( hirzea a Number of Per.
fcoiift with Quncknry ,
LINCOLN , July 1C. ( Special Telegram. )
The Lincoln Medical soclely has been taking
active steps looking toward clearing the
city of alleged quack doctors. Today war
rants were Issued on complaint of Dr. Hag
gard for Dr. Thomas O'Connor and Dr.
Dante , alias Prosser. The latler styles him
self a "wonder worker. " Ilecenlly another
sensational doctor calling himself A. Dun-
kor suddenly lefl lown afler. as It U staled ,
having been visited by representatl\es of Ihe
The residence of Fay Hnsted was last night
visited by buiglars , who secured considerable
plunder and came with It toward Lincoln.
The Husted place Is a mile and a half from
the city limits. Police are looking for them
The Lincoln police force has been ordered
lo arrest well known members df the demi
monde who ride bicycles , arrayed In bizarre
costumes , outside the portion of the city
set aside for them.
Note * from Aililmul.
ASHLAND , Neb. , July 15. ( Special. ) Po
lice Judge Thomas Johnson of this clly was
robbed Sunday nlghl of $10. A Ihlcf en-
lered his house and slolo the money from hii
The summer Bchool opened today wllh an
attendance of thirty.
Uev. Hal Fudge of Hobland , who has been
the paslor of Iho Baptist church In Valparaiso
raise for the past six months , has returned
to Ashland , , giving up his charge In Val
This section had a heavy rain , accompanied
by hall , Sunday nlghl. No damage reporled
Simon Kcnncday has corn In his field that
measures fifteen feet.
Twenty-elghl members of the Young Pee
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor came up
from Greenwood Sunday and attended a
meeting of thai soclely here.
fiifn ] llowi-r > lit t'rulchtoii.
CURIGIirON , Neb. , July 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) A gang of Inexperienced slore
breakers and safe blowers have been making
Crelghton their headquarters the uast few
days. Friday night they entered the Surprise
cash store and got about $1 and some to
bacco , Saturday night they entered Joseph
Horkey's store und secured less than $10.
Saturday night they attempted to blow
the safe of W. II. Bullerfield' and had
the fuse ready to light when discovered and
frightened away. In gelling away one man
dropped a valuable revolver. The work has
been very bold and coarse.
Knonnona Vlolil of Oatft.
SHELBY , Neb. , July 15. ( Special. )
Many farmer * are culling their grain today ,
and most of the largo acreage of oats will be
harvested this week. With the exception ol
a few fields the yield of oats will be very
heavy , averaging from forty-five to sixty
bushels per acre. Wheat , barley and flax are
ripening fast. The wheat crop Is short , but
flax looks fine. The rain Saturday night
was of much benefit to corn.
Children' * l > ny Olnerveil nt Junlntn.
JUNIATA. Neb. , July 15. ( Special. ) Chil
dren's day was observed at the Baptist church
jesterday. A very large congregation was
present and highly pleased by the exercises
rendered by Die little folks. The decorations
were beautiful , being a great bank ot bloomIng -
Ing plants. In the midst of which was a flowIng -
Ing fountain of sparkling water , nearly touchIng -
Ing the celling.
I'lno llnln nt Fairmont ,
FAIRMONT , Neb. , July 15. ( Special. ) A
much needed rain commenced falling here
this morning at 1 o'clock and continued
steadily III ! 2:30. : One-half inch ot water
European countries prohibit aale of poison
ous alum bread. Do you use alum baking
powder ? Dr. Price's Is Infinitely bolter , a * It
Is perfectly pure.
Union Service nt llnttlnc * .
HASTINGS , July 15. ( Special. ) Union
service wag held at the Presbyterian church
last night. Mr * . Benjamin , president of the
Stale Woman's Christian Temperance union
of Michigan , delivered the address. She said ,
among other things , that she couldn't see
why the sale of liquor wa * prohibited to
IndUns and then put right out In reach
of the white man that he may debase him
self and take others down with him ,
The school board held a meeting on Fri
day night last and elected Miss Maud Serf
to fill a vacancy In the First ward school.
Miss Serf comes well recommended.
J. U Cllne died this morning at 310 at
his residence on North Hastings avenue ,
lie was an honored member of the ( 'rand
Army of the Republic and a gentleman
with many friend * lu this city. He was CS
year * ot age at the time of his death.
HAS A NEBRASKA RECORD
Mrs , Jennie Reid of Lincoln Fama Charged
with Mnrdor in Missouri ,
HER CAREER EXTREMELY SENSATIONAL
of the Woman Die * Under Myi-
tctlou * Clrcuuiitttncc * Shortly After
lie .Secured nil Iiunriioco la Her
I'BTnr on Ills Life ,
LINCOLN , July 15. ( Special. ) The Mrs.
Jennie F. Held now awaiting trial at Llnncus ,
Mo. , for murder at one tlmo obtained wide
celebrity In Lincoln. She Is accused of tak
ing the life of her husbanJ to obtain $2,000
life Insurance. Her true name , however , Is
Mrs. P. Lamireux. Originally she was from
Hamburg , la. , but ran away from homo to
become Mrs. Lamareux. In Lincoln she for
merly kept a boarding house known as the
Home hotel at 1010 Q street. She had two
sisters living In this city , both of whom were
highly respected. She began , suit two years
ago against W. II. Nelson , an engineer on
the Elkhorn road , claiming damages In the
sum of $10,000 for breach ot promise ol
marriage. At one time Nelson had boarded
with her and paid her considerable attention.
White the suit was pending Mrs. Ella Blrney ,
now ot St. Louis , made affidavit that Mrs.
Held had at one time donned men's clothing
and gone out at night to IIml out where Nel
son was boarding and to vtiom he had trans
ferred his affections Mrs. Held at once swore
out a warrant , charging Mrs. Blrney with
perjury. The Irtter rather effectually protcd
the truth of her charges and was released ,
Subsequently Mrs. Blrney sued Mrs. Held foi
damages In the federal court , but nothing
ever came of the case. Testimony In the
examination convinced a great many thai
Mrs. Held was a peculiar woman.
She went to Omaha after the Blrney epl
sodo and opened a boarding house. Because
she did not furnish security for costs hei
case against Nelson was dismissed.
As Mrs. Lamareux she became the mothei
of two children. Subsequently she levanted
with a man named Stickler to a small town
In Pennsylvania Tiring of him , she drifted
west again , and came to Lincoln. Reid is
her maiden name. While In Omaha she ob-
talned a divorce from Lamareux. The lattei
Is now living somewhere In Oklahoma , lam-
areux took the little son , while the girl re-
malned with her mother. She was also giver
her maiden name.
RECORD INST. . JOSEPH.
Mrs. Reid appeared In St. Joseph , accom
panied by her daughter. She stoppedwltt
the family of Mrs. G. P. Voss , who Is a
cousin of Lamareux. As a relative of the
family her protracted visit was made wel
come. While there she got Mr. Voss tc
endorse a couple of drafts for $30 each. The )
were promptly honored by an Omaha bank ,
Later she presented a draft for $200 , whlcl
Voss Indorsed. This proved to be worthless
and she tried to blame the bank , accusing II
of holding back her money and her banV
book. This fraud was unearthed and sin
waa forced to return most of the $200 befon
she left town. While at the Voss resldenci
she received almost as much mall as a whole
In response to the advertisement of one C
G. Cummins , Llnneus , Mo. , eho met the gen
tleman and they were married. It Is claimed
that a part of the ante-nuptial agreemenl
was that Cummins should take out an insur
ance policy It was in the Covenant Mutual ol
Galesburg , III. Cummins was taken sick Im
mediately after receiving the policy , sup
posedly from "rough on rats , " administered
In his coffee. The dose was too large ani
ho threw It off his stomach. The husband became -
came suspicious and began to watch his wife
One day Mrs. Cummins eecurcd some chloro
form from a Llnneus dentist , and on UK
morning of the third day afterwards Cum
mlns did not nut In an appearance. Mrs
Cummins said she coull not wake him. Sh (
threw water In his face and cam <
running back In , evidently In grea1
fright , and announced that he wai
dead. Mrs. Cummins was arrestec
and charged with the murder. Las
Friday noon she haj a preliminary cxamlna
lion at Llnneus. She has been held t <
answer to the charge of murder. She has llvei
In St. Joseph. Omaha. Lincoln , Osceola , SIou ;
City , Independence , Galesburg , Chicago am
other cities. Mrs. Cummins Is remembore <
In Lincoln as a fine looking woman of abou
36 ) ears of age. She has large gray eyes am
brown hair. Is about five and a half feet hlgl
and weighs about 140 pounds. She dresses wel
and Is Inclined to bo ( lashy In her dress.
OMAHA PEOPLE IN LINCOLN.
At the Llndell A P Diver. W , S. Curtis
I. C. Bachelor. William W. Keysor. Seth C
Dlake. M Meyer. Lincoln E. E. Balch , A
TltOUlSI.KS 01' ALHOIIAT 1'llILIOJ. .
Ills Domsitlc A IT.1 Irs badly Mixed in a Ho.
suit of a Illiorreil WlreM 1 fTartn.
LINCOLN , July 15. ( Spec'al. ) Prof. Achlli
Phllion the specialty acrobat , who is In Lin
coin filling an engagement at a local pieasun
resort , Is In trouble. His wife Is in Chlcagi
and ho fee's It to be his duty to Immediately
go to her , but his contract will not expln
for several days. But this is not the wors
of It. The press dispatches within a few dayi
have circulated a story to the effect that i
woman signing herself Mrs. Emma Phllloi
has written to the chief of police of Akron
O. , claiming him to be her husband and ask
lug assistance of the force In Akron In local
ing him. This hag probably been seen b ]
the young wife In Chicago , but no dlsastroui
results are anticipated from that quarter , ai
the present Mrs. Phllion was told the whoh
lory before her marriage. Two jcars ag <
Phllion secured a. divorce from Emma a
Cheyenne Wells Colo. , the decree belni
granted by Judge Slatlery. Subsequently ti
this he had paid his wife considerable monej
In alimony , and finally , through his lawyer ;
In Brooklyn , N , Y. , secured a receipt In ful
on the payment of $300 and an acknowleJge
ment that the divorce was In every way i
valid transaction and recognized as such bj
the first Mrs. Phllion.
At Akron , O. , while filling an engagement
Phllion met his present wife. They fell Ir
love and were married with full consent o
the bride's relatives , But Phllion never toll
the relatives of the bride anything about lih
former marriage and divorce , acting on tin
ailvlco of his fiance , to whom , however , hi
had communicate ! all the particulars befon
marrying her. Now the news reaches thi
Ohio relatives for the flrit time , and It is thli
fact that just at present makes life a burdei
to the acrobat. He says that he was per
fectly willing to tell the whole story befon
marriage , but that he refrained on his brldi
elect's request. He believes that his formei
wife has learned of his rece'nt marriage am
by advice of pome eastern lawyers Is attempt
Ing to blackmail him. He thinks that hei
attack on his wife's relatives in Ohio Indl
cates tha * plan of action.
TECUMSEH , Neb. , July 15. ( Speclal.- )
Accordlr.g to the assessors' reports then
are 28,165 acres In wheat In Johnson county
89,701 acres In corn , 15,377 In oats. 01,910 Ii
meadow , 750 In barley. 956 In millet. 103 li
rye , 2,125 In flax There are 107.390 frul
trees. 439.315 forest trees and 34.256 grapi
vines. The average valuation of lands I
J5.29 per acre and the total valuation I :
A good rain fell here Sunday morning. I
wa * much needed. The oat yield In thl :
county Is turning out Immense. Most plecei
average from thirty to fifty bushels per acre
J. O. Miller's children have been taken t <
the Home for the Friendless at Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Harman , Mr. and Mrs
S. P. Davidson , Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Grist
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Buffum , Mr. and Mrs
J. S. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sullivan
Mrs. H. T. Ward , the Misses Garnet Sulllvai
and Jessie Davidson and Master Cheitc :
Ward are enjoying a pleasure trip to Ho
Springs , S. D.
All llrlcht In 1'olk County.
OSCEOLA. Neb. , July 15. ( Special. ) Mos
of the farmers and every ons else are golnj
around hero "with sunshine In their soul'
and a disposition to keep singing tin
Doxology , and It's all on account ot tin
splendid rain that Me had Saturday night
It had become a little dry and rail
fell here yesterday and now every thing li
bright , and there are assurances that Poll
county this jear will produce us good crop
as the ever has. Business li picking u\ \
and everything promises success.
While S. P. Comfort was out on his cream
ery route the other day collecting cream
voman charged him \mh "nigging" cream
and started for CarnfOrl with a club. He
lathered up club flntllknocked her down.
Iho was brought to t-own to get her head
Ixed up and the ftherfrt' ' was sent out for
Comfort. When hrlwas brought before
Judge Hurst It was qiinJ that he had as
nany gashes In his cranium as the woman ,
le pleaded guilty nhfl the judge had htm
contribute $5 to the ( school fund.
s Givi : . 'WAY TO HAY
Clmngo of lloputtrvlnuthn Attorney tlru-
erul' * Olllco I * I omp'ctotl.
LINCOLN , July 15r-Speclal. ( ; ( ) Deputy At
torney General Summers' term of office ex-
ilred tonight at G o'cl6c'k ! and his swccessgr ,
3eorgo A. Day corrie"B 1nto the office ns At
torney General Churchill's assistant tomor
row. Mr. Day arrived In town this after
noon. The work of Mr. Summeras Is pretty
well cleaned up to date. He has been an ex-
loedlngly busy man during the past year , ns
IB has had upon his hands nearly the entire
justness of closing up the banks that have
gone Into the hands of receivers. Four hundred
citizens of Gage county , In the vicinity of
Wymore , have united In a petition to Attor
ney General Churchill asking him to recon
sider his determination to remove Mr. Stun
ners. When this fact was wired the latter
10 promptly replied , asking them not to for
ward It , as under no circumstances would he
remain In the office. Mr. Summers Is In re
ceipt ot the following letter from the gov
LINCOLN. July 13.-llon. W S. Summers ,
Deputy Attorney General. Lincoln My
Dear Sir It was with great surprise , not
unmlxiul with regret , that I read In yester
day's dallies you were eon to letlre from
the position now occupied by you as deputy
attorney general. Since entering upon the
illsclmrge of the duties of the oillce I now
occupy my relations with > ou have over
been most pleasant and agreeable. Upon
mutters coming before me for notion In
which legal questions woie Involved , I
have usually referred the same to jour d6-
paitment for an opinion , and most gener
ally to yourself , became I hnvo always
found you nt jour desk , cvor willing to ns-
slsl me In such matters , and I have always
found jour opinions reliable , complete and
fully misworlmc the questions mibmltlcd.
For the valuable assistance rendered me by
you during the time I have occupied the
oillce of governor , and for j'our uniformly
kind and courteous treatment , I nm under
many obligations. With expicolons of high
personal regard , I am , very truly jours ,
SILAS A. HOLCOMB.
HILL PLAYUKS I.N u\ui , > LUCK
Uriimt Inland Trnm forced to Surrender
Their Uniform * .
GRAND ISLAND , July 15 ( Special. )
Quite a sensation was stirred up In base ball
circles hero yesterday by the sudden refusal
ot Manager Saltco of the Palmer house to
furnish the base ball team suits. In the
beginning of the season Mr. Saltec showed
considerable enterprise by purchasing for the
local team suits , with the inscription ac-
cross the breasts , "Palmer House. " Owing
to this fact heretofore all visiting teams
have stopped at this hotel. However , yes
terday morning the Wahoo team registered
at the Koehler and this so enraged the
landlord of the Palmer that he would not let
one of his employes , Booker , the second
baseman , play , refused to let the others
wear the suits and would not even permit
the Wahoo men tolslt their members.
A subscription will at once be taken among
the business men fpr npw uniforms. The
affair has created a p-cat deal of discussion
and unfavorable qamment. Since the
ball players already had their suits on they
refused to give thorn up until after the
game , but turned tholn shirts Insldo out ,
with the Inscription "Palmer House" turned
toward "tho wall " ,
HourJaoliol fclioo'ls Adolph Stelacarap
Over a Trlvlul Mutter.
LOUISVILLE , Neb , ' . July 15. ( Special Tel
egram. ) This morning on his farm three
miles southwest of town. Henry Gaebcl shot
Adolph Stclncamp , They are fanners. A
few days ago they hal a quarrel over a trivial
matter , Stelncamp bfilnR a renter of Gaebel.
This morning-they met and aftor'tt hand tc
hand fight Giebel ran In the house and got a
double-barreled shotgun and fired twice at
Stolncamp as he was leaving the premises
The gun was loaded with buckshot. Se\era ]
of them took effect. The wounded man was
brought to town and the shot were removed.
A warrant was Issued and Gaebel arrested ,
He will have a hearing tomorrow morning ,
charged with shooting with Intent to kill ,
Gaebel is a wealthy farmer and Stelncamp a
renter. Bpth are well known. The alfalr
created considerable sensation.
Mlllnr ItnlenHnd on llalH'aa Corptii.
CIIADRON , Neb. , July 15. ( Special Tele
gram ) J. M. Miller was released on a writ
of habeas corpus by Judge Balrd. This Is
the second charge of embezzlement brought
against him by his ex-partner , J. J. J ,
Jones , the Omaha attorney , who disappeared
for a few days some time ago.
lliinkpr .Nichols < ) < > t llirro Yrurs.
LOUP CITY , Neb. , July 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) A. T. Nlcholsj the ox-cashier of the
People's State bank of Lltchfield , was sen
tenced to a term of three years In the state
penitenltary for receiving deposits after know
ing the bank was Insolvent.
Fremont .Man Honored.
INDIANOLA , Neb. , July 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) E. D. Stewart of Fremont was elected
principal of the public schools today , vice
Prof Dobson , resigned. Miss Flora Quick
was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Mrs. Relnhold.
Food prepared by aid of Price's Cream
Baking Powder Is nature's antidote for the
much advertised "tired feeling. "
I'trtrr School IVnrheM Appointed.
EXETER , Neb. , July 15. ( Special. ) The
school board held a meeting this week and
elected the following officers : P. M. Zlska ,
director ; W. C. Woodworth , moderator , and
J. A. Craven , treasurer. Andrew Rasmussen
was re-elected janitor and Miss Chappell ol
Lincoln received the assistant prlnclpalslilp.
The corps of teachers for the coming year
will consist of : J. T. McKlnnon , principal ;
flllss Martha E. Chappell , assistant principal ;
Miss Mcrtle Davis , grammar ; Miss Joe Wil
liams , Intermediate ; Mrs. J. T McKlnnon ,
second primary ; Mlas Etta Morgan , first
A couple of tramps struck town Saturday
morning and announce ! that they would give
an open air talk on free silver on the street
during the afternoon and evening. Their talk
was composed of such arguments as are found
In Coin's School , excepting the fact that they
could not put It together so well. They found
a dozen warm admirers' , and when their col
lection was taken they found they hart $1.20 ,
They lauded Govornortr Le elllng and Walte
to the moon , but Cleveland , McKlnlcy and all
in the old parties wem severely pelted.
Leonard and Hurlbsrt have the city well
down 150 feet. They exjpctto go down nearly
100 feet farther beforoth , ( j' strike the bed ol
soft watei. u - H
l l * * $ ZS1 2 $ & &t & & * 11 S >
o'TJE recommend the Royal Baking Powder as superior to
t all others , It is indispensable for finest food.
United Cooks and Paltry Cooks Asso'n of the United States.
One pint corn meal , one pint flour , one
tablespoonful sugar , one teaspoonful salt ,
three ttaspoonful * Iloyal Diking Powder , one
tablespoonful lard , two eggs , one pint milk.
Blft together corn meal , floor , sugar , salt and
powder ; rub In lard cold , and eggs beaten
and milk ; mix Into bailer ot consistence ot
cup cake ; mutlln pans to In cold and well
greased , then fill two.thlrda. Bake In hot
oven fifteen minutes , , , ' ' '
One cupful butter , two and onhalf cuptuls
sugar , tour eggs , one 4nd one-half pints flour ,
one teatpoonful Iloyal Unking Powder , one
teappoonful extract lemon. Mix the butler ,
kugar , and beaten eggs iiuooth ; add the flour ,
sifted with the powder , and the extract.
Flour the board , , roll out tha dough one-
quarter inch thick , and cut out with Urge
IN THE VIGILANTES' ' HANDS
NorthwcstornlNobraska Hustlers Barrouudcd
and Forced to Surrender.
EXPECT A WHOLESALE LYNCHING
Kcgulntor * Tnko tlio 1'rlloner * Toirnril
Krj 1'nlin Countj- , Hut KeUlcr
Think They \ \ III Itu llnnueJ
In the Siinil Hills ,
UUTTE , Neb. , July 1G. ( Special Telegram. )
The lice correspondent \lslted the encamp-
mcnt of the band of rustlers on th ? military
reservation today and Intcr\ lowed the parties
concerned In the stealing. The vigilantes
inado their raid on the citnp Sunday. They
found the rustlers In camp In the stockade at
Port llamlall ready to protect their stolen
property. The fort \\as quickly surrounded
and the men. realizing the futility of resist
ance , surrendered to the vigilantes. They
were quickly disarmed , bound hand and foot
and placed on tholr horses and started west ,
presumably for Keya Paha county.
The men captured are Louis Zoadland , a
resident of Spencer , Neb. ; S. C Clark , C. S.
Murphy and C. 11. Jackson , who live west
of Sprlngvlew Nearly 100 head of cattle
were found , and over forty head were Identi
fied by U. Austager , a resident living sixteen
miles west of Sprlngvlew , as his property.
Charles White and his children , who were
with the rustling party , were left In charge of
the Inlatice of the cattle until further Inves
tigation could be made , but as coon as the
vigilantes left they took the stock and fol
lowed the men , driving the cattle before
N Kceler of Spencer , one of the men sus
pected , could not be found , but a number of
the regulators stayed behind to look him up ,
as well as some other parties who are thought
to be connected with the stealing.
The vigilantes who conducted the captured
men back to Keya I'aha county are N. Tay
lor , captain ; Fred Shattuck , William Char-
mas , John Wright , 11. Austager , Mark Har
vey , Stlllman Lewis , Jack Woods and Carl
Chlede. Young Murphy , one of the captured
men , became frightened and told all ho knew ,
Implicating several parties. One of Clark's
daughters , a girl of 18 years , told The Ilee
correspondent that she was engaged to Zoad-
land and waa to be married In a few days , and
when Informed that Zoadland uas a married
man and had several children she was greatly
nut few here think the rusllers will reach
Sprlngvlew , as the vigilantes are old farmers
and seldom bring a rustler back when they
have a good chance to make way with him.
Others believe that because of the publicity
gl\en to the affair the men In charge will
not dare to make away with them , but will
turn them over to the authorities at Spring-
view , when other parties will take them from
the oIHccrs and they \\I11 UUely share the
usual fate of rustlers.
Deputy United States Marshal Cogle of
Sprlngvlew arrived In town tonight In search
of the stolen cattle , but came too late to get
them. One peculiar circumstance In this con
nection is the change of sentiment noticed In
Butte since the report of the stealing. Men
who were outspoken against the Holt county
\lgllantes during the Scott trial were heard
to express the hope that the men captured
would be hung by the Keja I'aha county \lg-
ir.J01.NKU 1MM IN AUKJ T lIKltt
Dlstr'ct Court at I'euilcr Takes the .Matter
PKNDER , Neb. , July 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Judge Norrls In district court this
afterncon granted the prayer of the Flournoy
people for an injunction restraining Captain
Heck from ejecting settlers occupying Indian
lands on the reservation. The petition was
filed by Attorney 11 , C. Broomo , counsel for
the Flournoy Land company , after an ex
tended conference with President Lemmon
and some of the Interested farmers.
Iliir\iMt Umleriiy ni btnnton.
STANTON , Neb. , July 15 ( Special. ) A
fine rain fell all over tills county Saturday
night aud will do a great deal of good.
Harvest Is well under way and Is as good
a yield ns the county lias ever had. Corn
Is making a rapid growth and Is unusually
promising During a thunder shower last
evening lightning struck and killed a horse
and two heifers belonging to 0. licmnen-
scheln , which were In his pasture.
llruvy Hnlnn lit .Iiinhitn.
JUNIATA , Neb. , July 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Two more fine rains have Just fallen ,
amounting to about two and a half Inches ,
which Insures the early corn crop and enlarges
the crop of late small grain. The vegetable
crop will be simply Immense. Harvest goes
merrily on and everybody Is happy.
Grcplt-y I oiint.v ToacherB.
GnnnLDY CENTER , Neb. , July 15. ( Spo-
Cial. ) Superintendent Stoctzel , assisted by
Prof. Sparks of Orleans and Miss Ilooney of
Omaha , opened a two weeks' session of the
Greeley county teachers' Institute here today.
The attendance Is good and an Interesting
time Is promised.
Dun Inch ot Itnln at St. Paul.
ST. PAUL , Neb. , July 15 ( Special. ) An
other shower of rain fell hero this morning
between 1 and 2 o'clock , making the rainfall
since 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon fully one
Tncllmiolii CillH u I'm tor.
1NDIANOLA , Neb. , July 15. ( Special. )
Uev. B. L. Webber of Tabor , la. , has ac
cepted a call from the Congregational
TccnniHch ItluoConiiuer. .
TCCUMSBH , Neb. , July 15. ( Special. )
The Tccumseh Hlucs defeated the Elk Creek
juvenile nlno at Elk , Saturday. Score , 15
Economy requires that In every recipe
calling fcr baling powder Price's be used.
li. & M. Increntlni ; ltd Forces.
PLATTSMOUTH , Neb. , July 15. ( Special
Telegram. ) General Superintendent Calvert
and several other B. & M. officials were In
the city today mapping out work for that
company's shops In this city. Additions to
the working force are being nude at the
shops almost every day , while the working
time has been increased to nlno hours for
every day of the week. The company has
over 1,000 bad order freight cars on Its
storage tracks adjacent to this city and by
reason of the excellent crop outlook all
over the state , which Indicates a liberal
freight business for the railroads , this city
will enjoy a full share of the returning
prosperity so close at hand.
round cutter , lay out on a greased tin , wash
over with milk , and lay a thin slice of citron
on each. Bake In hot oven ten minutes.
Itoyul Stilly I.mini.
One quart flour , one teaspoonful salt , two
teispoonfuls Uoyal Baking Powder , two-thirds
cup butter , four egg , one-half pint milk.
Sift together flour , salt , and powder ; rub In
butter cold , add beaten eggs and milk ; mix
Into firm batter like cup cake , pour Into two
round cake tins size of pie platei ; bake
twenty-live minutes In pretty hot oven , or
until a straw thrust Into them gently comes
up free of dough.
lluyul ( iraliuui Urmt ,
One and one-half pints Graham , one-half
pint corn meal , one teaspoonful salt , two teaspoonfuls -
spoonfuls Iloyal Baking Powder , ono and one-
quarter plats milk. Sift together Graham ,
corn meal , suli , aud powder. Add the milk ,
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS. " .
"First in Purity. "
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL.
' / . RESTORE
SIIHUMAN & McCONNELT , DUTJO CO. . IBM Dnfl o street. Oiunlm , Neb.
WILL TURN NIGHT INTO DAY ,
I'lnn * About 1'rrfcctrd for Illuminating the
City liurine I'uIrVcrk. .
Since the cl'y council line assumed the re
sponsibility of providing for the extra elec
tric lights that will bo placed In the busi
ness portion ot the city during state fair
week a good deal of time has been spent In
perfecting plan for the display. The general -
oral plan of the street lighting was agreed
upon some time ago. This plan contemplates
the lighting of twenty-six blocks by lamps
placed Ihe feet apart on each side of the
street and diagonally across and over the
Intersection * . The original plans only con
templated the use of these extra lights on
the three nights ot the street display , but it
Is now bnMevcd that it will bo advisable to
use the lights during the entire week. City
Electrician Srlurlg and Major Wllcox of Un
fair committee have had several consulta
tions with the Thomson Houston people and
the latter have agreed to run the lamps for
three additional nights -for $275. As this Is
a very small Item In comparison with the
total cost of the lights It is thought that the
business men will pay the difference for the
sake of having an Illumination during each
night ot the week.
Mr. Schurlg has also about completed the
plans for the Illumination of the city hall.
These nro more elaborate than the first plans
and contemplate some very realistic effects.
The principal feature will bo n huge star , !
which will bo constructed in the central gable
over the main entrance. This star will bo
sixteen feet In diameter and will contain 2CO
incandescent lights. These 111 bo arranged
In three rows with red , white and blue globes
respectively. The switchboard will bo ar
ranged to keeplliese lights In play nt ono time ,
the last light being extinguished as a new ono
U added. The action of the switchboard
will bo almost Instantaneous and the effect
will be that ot zig-zag chains of lightning ;
first a chain of white light will dash around
the outline of the stir then ono of red , and
lastly ono of blue. The switchboard will bo
arranged so that the operator will have per
fect control of each lamp , and some strikingly
beautiful effects nro promised.
The cornice on the tower will bo orna
mented with a row of 100 Incandescent lamps ,
with twenty-five In each of the arches under
neath. The torch In the hand ot the statue
will bo composed of twenty lights and appro
priate decorations of Incandescent lamps will
overhang the entrances. The entire cost ot
these illuminations will bo about $500. No
action has been taken by the council , but it Is
understood that the members are In favor of
making the most of the city hall during the
festivities and Mr. Schurlg will submit his
plans for approval as soon as the details are
thoroughly wofked out.
Germany will have none of our corn or
beef but German women never swerve In
their allegiance to the best baking powder
known Dr. Price's.
Clyde Opelt of Lincoln Is registered at the
Ed J. Hall of Grand Ijla'id li one cf the
Dr. C. A. Hull of Lincoln nas at the
P. F. Sprecher and L. Sessions of Norfolk
are at the Deilono.
State Oil Inspector J. II. Edmlnstsn of
Lincoln Is at the Paxton.
F. Armstrong , a cattle king of Elm Creek ,
Is registered at the Arcade.
Church Howe and H. R. Howe of Auburn
are registered at the Paxton.
Warrlck Saunders ot Columbus , deputy
oil Inspector , Is at the Paxton.
W. H. Weeks , editor of the Scrlbner
News , Is stopping at the Arcade.
L. Hugglngs has returned from a trip
to the south and is again at the IMxtou.
W. A. Dllworth of Lincoln , secretary of
the State Board of Transportation , is at the
Eugonc L. Spoils of DCS Molnos , In. , Is
spending a few days In Iho city , after whlc'i
he will go to New Yirk ,
A. C. Dunn of Sioux City , -who Is to Join
the Union Pacific in the local ticket oillce ,
has arrived in the city and Is stopping at
K. B. Fitch and Dr. W. W. Va.ico n ached
Omaha yesterday morning \la tha iHtidrm
bicycle route. The gentlemen ; ire Kcti ney
business men and are proud ot the fact that
they accomplished their long Journey on a
Kearney-made wheel. They lea\o for home
At the MercerEd Wiley , Qulncy ; Miss
C. Martin , Atlantic ; S. E. Hlgglns , Ann
Arbor , Mich. ; Mlsi Lillian Gerechc. Stanton -
ton , Neb. ; J. C. Cunningham and wife ,
Beatrice , Neb. ; J. H. McLaughlln , Craig ,
Neb. ; G. C. Woobter , Lincoln , Neb. ; W
P , Purdy , New York ; F. Kldder , Elmo ;
L. L. Spooner , Council Bluffs ; George O.
Coleman , Craig ; P. C , Hart , New York ;
H. H. Promt , Cook , Neb. ; O. H. Swlnglcy ,
Beatrice , Neb.
tiifl at lint IliitrU.
At the Paxton : Joseph II. Nash , Central
City ; John O Spreclier , Schuyler ; H H Me-
Intlre. Cozad , It. A. Greenwood , Mrs. C. C.
GlfTord , Mis. Robert Hllej' , Wjmoro ; Wil
liam Dally , Peru.
At the Arcade : Mrs. Susie Ilalpb , Wake-
field ; William Bloedorn. Platte Center ;
George II. Kerr. Beatrice ; F. II. Putlltz ,
Geneva ; P. A. Patterson , Friend.
At the Deilono : A. A. Klncald , Whitman ;
George W Llltle , Lyons ; II. D. Apgtir , Ne
braska t'lty ; Alex Htewart. North Plutte ;
J II. Force , Tckamah ; James Ware , Illnir ,
Mrs. McKlroy and &on , Mrs Arbuckle , WIs-
ner ; T. L White , Battle Crock , Thomas
Klllcen , Jumes Kllleen , North Bend , N
Kstngue , Blair , P. Ilouchor , Peru ; J II
Inni.ui , Broken Bow , Kdward Parley , Itan-
cioft , A. H Smith , Hurt-hard.
and mix Into a moderately stiff bitter. One-
half fill cold gem pans , well greased , Bake
In a solid hot even ten to twelve minutes.
Urahuin Urlilill Oukei.
1 pint Graham flour , % pint corn meal , %
pint flour , 1 heaping teaspoonful brown
sugar , Vi teaspoonful salt , Z teaspoonfuls
Royal Baking Powder , 1 egg , Vj pint each
ot milk and water. Sift together Graham
flour , corn meal , flour , sugar , call and
powder. Add beaten egg , milk and water.
Mix together Into a smooth batter without
being too thin ( If too thick It will not run ,
but break off and drop ) . Heat griddle hot ,
pour batter Into cakes as large as a tea
saucer. Bake brown on one side , carefully
turn and brown other Hide , Pile one on the
other , nerve very hot , with sugar , milk ,
cream or mapls syrup. . , _ . .
SOUTH OMAHA. CITY COUNCIL
Ylltl InUo M.M | to .Mnko the Uftllrondl
ll < imlr > liidnrtn.
It took City Clerk Maly an even hour to
road the minutes of four previous meetings
of the council at last night's session. During
the reading the members wandered about tha
room anil did Ihclr best to keep cool.
Dr. Kelly put in a bill of $25 for making an
examination of Mrs. Richard Cain , who fell
off Iho sidewalk on Q street , near Twenty-
sixth street. Mrs. Cain rucJ the city for
$1,000 damages , but afterward the matter
was settled. Dr. Kelly was ordered by the
city council to make an examination of the
Injured woman , but has never boon paid for
his services. Referred to the finance com
City Attorney Dotid was Instructed to pre
pare an ordinance compelling the railway
companies to stand their share of the oxpcnso
of repairing the L BtrciU and Q street via
The committee on fire and water will ad-
vertlso for bids for feed for the fire depart
'Street Commissioner Ross was Instructed
to repair sidewalks on O street between
T only-second and Twenty-third streets.
H. Lclnbprg was granted n , license to sell
liquor at 251S 0 street.
A washout at Twenty-second and R streets
will be repaired at once.
11land wanted South Omaha labor only
employed In making the repairs on Ihe via
ducts ; the motion prevailed.
Chief Brcnnan was Instructed to cnforco
the ordinance governing billiard and pool
tables. Several places are running , but have
so far failed to take out a lloetibc.
Ordinance No. 540 was read for the first
time , requiring the American Water Works
company to locate a hydrant at Thirty-ninth ,
and S streets.
An ordinance requiring the electric light
company to locate a light nl Thirty-sixth and
Under n suspension of the rules ordinance
No. 012 was read for llio second and third
times and passed. It pro\ Ides for the city
entering Into a wrltlen contract with the
South Omaha Electric Light and Heat com
pany to provide for maintaining not loss than
twenty arc lights for a period of five years
at n cost of S12 per light per month ; each
light lo bo of 2,000-candle power and not to
bo over thirty-five feet from the ground.
Hyland and Dlanclmrd voted no on this ordi
nance , but as six other members voted yes
the ordinance was duly passed. This same
ordinance came up before the last city coun
cil In March , but was defeated.
I'm rnivc In 1'oirn.
Atlorney J. II. Van Duzen Is authority for
the statement that Pat Crowe , ( ho well known
bank robber and all-round crook , has been In
town for a few days past. Van Duzcn says
that he met Crowo on the streets of South
Omaha only n couple ot nights ago. Crow a
was dead broke.
.tingle ( 'lty Conl | > .
W. C. Butterfield is on tha sick list.
T. B. Laur has moved to Twenty-fifth and
Samuel P. Ilrlgham Is out again after a
An Inquest will be held on the remains ot
James Curran at 9 a. m. Saturday.
J. W. Snlvely fell from a chimney on A. N.
Hagan's new residence , Eighteenth and M
streets , yesterday afternoon and sustained
several severe bruises.
Special Nuir KnghiiKl Kx
Via the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
railway , August 19 to 25. Tickets will bo oa
sale Ma the above line at one faro for the
round trip. The only route via Toledo and
Cleveland and along the southern shore of
Lake Erie almost Its entire length , through
the beautiful Mohawk Valley and the Berk
shire Hills , orla Albany and Hudson river
boats , If desired , or via the St. Lawrcnco
river and through the Whllo mountains. Stop
over allowed at Niagara Falls and Saratoga ,
and on the return at Clicutauqua lake. A
splcndU opportunity for > our summer vaca
tion trip. Pull Information on application.
B. P. Humphrey , T P. A , Kansas City , Mo. ;
C K. Wllber , western passenger agent , Chi
cago. . A ,
The strength of torn1 the
Kwcutnp.ss tlio apponranei' all
cuinblnu to iniiko the Klmlmll
the most Bought after Pluno
on oarth. We sell It or rent ,
tins rent to apply on the purch
ase price If you aftenyardH de
cide to buy. Ono Klmlmll IB
just as good as another. They
are m'l perfect.
A. IIOSPK , Jr.
Art ntld Music
THE HOTEL REGISTER
tlio representative organ or the hotel Intereit.
read at nil the prlnUpul of tlio ninety Ihou.
eaml lintels lentaurnnts unJ clubs of Amer-
lea. nnd lurKely In Kumpe.
Is now publlnliuiK A l.lh'r Ol' T1I13 1IUST
rAI'UH.S adapted for hotel advertlalnR ( TI. *
hotel * of Alnirlcn cipend BIX MIU.1O.NB Ol *
UOLLAIIB ANNUALLY with the newcpapors.
It U now jiuliiuiilni ; d Luiniilt-iv lift of alt Hum.
mer lletoit 11 till clatsllled , and places among
the M-'iy llrht thu United htnir * und the
Clrand Union , tiuratoKii , thu Hotel ciiam-
Plaln , Clinton county. Ial.e Chaniplaln ; tha
Hotel IllPnllil. J-nkn HopatconK. js ) , J. , tha
Vt'rtt Hnd , I.nn llrnneh. cie. . etc ,
It U tlio only paper jmhllnhliiK nil about hatcli.
Including Hummer nnd Winter HrjoiU.
bend ID centn far HUMMKll COITION , or order
of American Mown company , or ut any hotel
or of any newndvnlpr.
The Hotel JtiKisier und Tourlit AKency Head ,
quarters fur nil hotels , r tc , ruling and u a
< ral Information
TUB HOTIII , HlXIIBTUIl COMPANY , 7 Warren
trrel , New } orl : .
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