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9tL THE ( XMAITA DAILY KiSKi. ffllTJKSPAY. DECEMBER 23 , 1807.
Was therefore feeling Jubilant over the out
come of the ca c.
"The "point " In which It will meat directly
Interest and concern the people of Nebraska , "
lie said , ' 'Is In connection ivlth the case
against the 'Hartley ' bondsmen , which Is now
pending In , the district court of thl district.
1 make this statement , however , on condition
that my contention in the Scott case 1s
wholly upheld 1iy the court , AS I understand
from the tirlesTam. If this Is the case , -thon
Cio defense advanced by the 'Hartley ' bonds
men , by which they secured a decision from
Judge Powell , Is entirely swept away.
"Thp llarrott Scott case was a case in
wlilch originally only Holt county and not the
state was Interested. The state was not In
terested until after It had reached the su-
jircmo court. It was carried up by the county
which again the state
on a flesal point , In
-was not concerned. Hut when the case was
on the docket of the supreme court the very
name defense that was made In the Hartley
case was advanced by the .bondsmen. This
was that the bond bad not been approved
within the tlmo fixed by law ami that there
fore the bondsmen wore not liable for any
shortaRo that might have occurred In Scott s
accounts. The fact was that the 'bond ' was
approved * omo tlmo after the tlmo In which
the law said It must be approved toy "the " ap
proving ; officer. The attorneys In the case
advanced this contention In n brief to the supreme
premo court. It was exactly the same do-
foneo made by the bondsmen In 4ho 'Hartley '
case and moreover'was ' put forward by one of
the attorneys and one of the defendants in
the Hartley case. John II. Ames.
"When this brief was filed the Judges of
the supreme court requested me to fllo an
answer , Inasmuch as It Involved a statute of
the state. In this answer I made exactly the
name contention as I did In the Hartley case ,
with the exception that It was evolved with
more care. It was that the approving of the
bond was no portion of that Instrument what
ever. The bond Itself was Iho contract for
the safeguarding of the funds In charge of
the oincer and was not affected by the fact
that It was or was not approved by a certain
tlmo by the approving olllccr , who was , In
the Hartley case , the governor.
"What effect will It liavo on the Hartley
case ? I can answer only on condition again
'that I understand rightly the decision of the
supreme court. I can not say positively until
I liavo reul the opinion. Hut If that , my only
Contention In the Scott case , was uphold ,
then It will destroy the defense of the bonds
men. The failure of the governor to approve
In the time fixed by law was the only defense
they made. In the face of the decision I un
derstand has been handed down that defense
falls to the ground. Therefore , I believe that
In the Hartley case all that needs to bo dc-
termlroil la the amount of the shortage and
nothing more. Judgment for that amount
will l-o rendered and the case will be cnde.l.
"Tl'o decision also sots a very Important
precadent In the state. It shows that the
supreme court holds that the bond llsclf Is
the contract entered Into and the sole con
tract without any technical provision thit the
approving Is a part of the Instrument. I be
lieve also that the decision will stand , to.
the supreme court woi'ld not render such nn
Important decision unless It had carefully
reviewed the authorities on both sides.
"As far as I can say now. the decision will
rot effect any other suit against bondsmen
that Is now pending. The same Issue was
raised In none of them , KO far as I recollect.
It will not revive the Hill caso. for the con
tention there was entirely different. "
COMJH.MX ASXASSl.VVTION OP HIT/ .
SciiUineiit lu Culm D
NEW YOKK , Dee. 22. Senor Dupuy de
Lome , who Is la town , gave out to.lay the
contents -of a cablegram from Senor Jcco
Congreto , secretary of the government In
Cuba , iwhl-ch Includes the following tele
gram from Scnor Marcos Garcia , governor
of Santa Clara , to the governor general :
"Mot In my official capacity , - but las a
Cuban autono/mlst , I condemn with all the
force of my soul the cruel act of villain }
perpetrated on the defenseless and chlval-
roun.JflqvUfnpnt Colonel Hulz , by a body of
men , wHa claim themselves Cubans , and Who
_ uj they aim at the independence , not the
liberty , of Cuba. The moment has arrived
when the Immediate majority of the Cuban
people under Jho. new legal rule of liberty
and law , protest as one nun against the
acts -of devastation and cruelty which are
an opprobrium to civilization , a scandal
'In the laws of society , and n denial of all
respect to Tinman feeing. The passlvencas
of yesterday should bo changed today to un
ceasing activity. The generous blood of
Lieutenant Colonel Itulz , immolated In the
cause of conciliation and peace , will hasten
the moment of peace In Cuba. "
Scnor Conjcs' cable Is : "The press of the
Island , and the public generally , oven those
that sympathize with the Insurrection .ex
press the same sentiment. "
Senor .Marcos Garcia was a colonel under
General Maximo Gomez In the ten years'
Lieutenant Colonel Ruiz was not an aid
to General Blanco. Ho belonged to the
noyal Engineers , and held a civil position
as the head of the Havana water works.
Ho organized the Havana volunteer firemen
on American principles , and at _ one tlmo
was at the head of the corps. He had fre
quently been In the United States , and had
many friends here.
.Itillu .Mn r If "re III.
CINCINNATI , Dee , 22. Julia larlowo ,
iwho was lillled. ito piny m-re this ivwek at
Iho Grand , Js beiUiift at the St. Nicholas
hotel with 'innlurial tuver. . She will start
for Now Xork tonight mid nmy buve to
cancel otlier-cngwmcntH tlmn the one at
the GrandUox > : iilincn ( was nt first thought
t * to be n temporary fcnro throat , and Bhe waste
to appear'tonlght , . but was -wholly unable.
Stole Thri'i ; HIIIIIN.
James Knieht reported yesterday that some
unknown person had stolen three hams from
Ma delivery wagon , which 'Wcro on their way
from his meat market at 71-1 North Sixteenth
street 'to ' a customer's residence.
Pain Was Maddening and Hope
Had'Been Abandoned Wonder
ful Results of Purifying the Eloocl.
"A very nevcro pain came in my loft
knee , which grow worse and worse , and
finally n sere broUo out above the knoo.
It discharged a great deal and the pain
from my thigh down was maddening.
Largo , hard , purple spots uppcared on my
leg. I Buffered in this way for years ,
nnd gave upnllhopooC over being cured.
MyvHo was reading of n case lllo inino
cured by Hood's Bargaparllla , and oho
advised mo to try it. I began taking it
nnd when I had used a few bottles I
found relief from my Buffering. Oh ,
liow thankful Iun for this relict t I am
stronger than I have over boon in my life.
I am in the best of health , liavo n good
npj. tlto nnd am n now man altogether. "
J , P. Moons , Lisbon Falls , Maine.
Istlia beat In f.ict the Quo Trno Illood Purifier.
Hood's PIII3 euro nil liver Ills. M cents ,
i i riir * 'Pitr ti i Tf IMT / I-PP
ARGUE THE BARILLY CAbE
Appeal of the Ex-State Treasurer Gomes
Before tupremo Oonrt.
DRAWS A CROWD TO THE COURT ROOM
AttornejM fur Hartley Coiilrml Credit
in Iliinlc In > ot .tinner nml .In
formation U'nji Therefore
LINCOLN , Dee. 22. ( Special Telegram. )
The hearing In the Hartley casa was had be-
fora the supreme court this morning , all the
Judges and court .commissioners bolng pres
ent. Soy-oral of the state officials , members
of the bar and other prominent people were
In the court room throughout tli < ( argument.
The attorneys on each sldo of the case were
allowed an hour and a half to present their
arguments and Iho hearing was completed
at 12 o'clock.
The argument was opened by Mr. Mahoncy ,
who first discussed the validity of the war
rant drawn In favor of Hartley. Ho held
that the transfer of the fund was authorized
4 > y law and 'that the warrant -was perfectly
legal and that nt the time this case was
commenced last spring If such a warrant
had bcsn shown to the attorney general , or
to the county attorney of Douglas county ,
or to the district judge , each of thorn would
have declared it to bo valid , and yet Dart-
ley had heen prosecuted by two of these
gentlemen and sentenced by the third upon
the theory that the warrant was not legally
drawn. If Hartley had embezzled the war
rant Its validity would never have been ques
tioned , and the holder of It would have the
right to recover fiom the state. Sir. Mahoney -
honey then took up at considerable length
the discussion of the question as to whether
a credit In a bank could bo called money.
He contended that In bringing the * case on a
complaint which charged the embezzlement
of money , the state could not convict for
the embezzlement of credit , which was a
different thing from money. Ho quoted the
statutes nnd many authorities on the sub
ject In an effort to show that the term
"money" did not apply to a credit In a bank.
Ho said : "Money cannot be called a security.
It Is payment. To many It Is the ultimate
thins. " The only thing that could bo called
money Is a check or bond or something In-
j tended to circulate as money.
"Jiulqo Norval asked : "If Hartley had
got money on the check that was given to
the bank , would the Indictment have been
sufficient ? "
Mr. Mahoncy said he thought It would.
"Or If Millard had got the money ? " said )
"Well , possibly so , " said Mahoney. "I am
not so sure about that. "
Mr. Miihoncy concluded iby arguing that
the transfer of credits was not the payment
Attorney General Smyth opened his ar
gument by the statement that If Hartley was
not KUllty of the embezzlement of money , he
was guilty of nothing. Ho devoted ht ! time
to the answer cf the arguments made by Mr.
Mahoney , following closely the briefs already
filed In the case. Hd. P. Smith and C. O
Whedon also took up the 'irgumccit along the
line of the briefs.
The supreme court today affirmed the de
cision of the district -court of Douglas county
In the case In which Edward Johnson was
found guilty of burglary and sentenced to
six ycais In the penitentiary.
COMPLAINTS AGAINST RAILUOADS.
A case was filed before the State Hoard of
Transportation , this afternoon by Johh H.
Ilaper , attorney for Pawnee county , against
the Kansas City & Beatrice Tlallroadi com
pany. It' seeiiM that when the road was
built , several years ago , It followed cne ol
the public toads for nearly a mile , and has
done nothing to keep this wagon , read In
.repair. The complaint Is calculated to com
pel the company to cither put the highway
In good shape In Its prcaent locality , or pur
chase a right of way for -the travel through
the adjoining farms.
Another complaint filed was that of the
citizens of Sljubcrt , a station on theB. . & M
In Richardson county. They pay that they
have only one train a day , each way , and that
these are sot -at such Inconvenient tlmro
that no co&neetlon1 can be made with other
trains on other branches of the tame road.
The attorney general today filed a demurrer
to the petition rccontlr filed by the Socletj
of the Home for the Frlendl-ess In the case
brought 'by the society to compel the auditor
and other state officers to pay the money ap
propriated by the state for the support of the
home. The demurrer holds that the petition
and application does not state facts sulHcien
to constitute a canto of action and also tha
the court has no Jurisdiction over the sub
ject in the action.
LINCOLN LOCAL NOTES.
Last night In their club roams In the Harris
block the members of the SlgmaAlpha Ep
sllon fraternity of the State university gave a
banquet and smoker In honor o Wllllan
Rued Uiinroy. The affair was in celebration
of the outcomlng of a book of verso by the
joung Nebraska poet. The first part of the
evening was given over to readings fron
his book by the author and to music by sev
eral members of the fraternity. Mr. Dunroj
presented to the fraternity .a large , hand
toiiiPly-ftun cd photograph of himself , and
M. B. Sawyer , on behalf of the fraternity
made an earnest speech of acceptance.
The banquet 'was ' spread In the dancing
hall , and royal purple and old gold of the
fraternity were used In decorations. Afte
the banquet a smoker was In order until a
"Breaking Homo Ties , " the main picture to
be exhibited by the Harden Art clu * nex
week , arrived lu Lincoln this afternoon. The
picture Is owned by 'Mrs. C. C. Harrison o
the University of Pennsylvania and Is valued
at $50 000.
LHtlo Edna , 4-year-old daughter of Deputy
State Superintendent iHcck , died of diphtheria
last night aud was burled' this afternoon
State olllcers and employes showed tlicl
sympathy by Bonding a beautiful flora
1'iii'UliiK lee at Knlrliiiry.
VAIRBUIIV , Neb. , Dec. 22. ( Special. )
The leo packing is progressing since the cold
weather set in , and all available teamu and
men are busy. The railroad companies are
filling their houses with enough to supply
this division , and the'local dealers are putting
up a big supply. The lee Is cut from 'tho
river and is cloir and pure.
The Schlltz Ilrewlns company has bought the
property of the Kalrbury bottling works am
will till the largo Ice house , providing cok
fitorago and making Falrbury a general dis
trlbutlng point for thlo suction of the atate-
Martin Ofsler Is having plans made for a
brick utorc building on I ) street. The build
Ing will b ? GOxlOO feet In size , Work wll
commence as soon as the weather permits.
TRENTON , Neb. , Dtc. 22. ( Special. ) One
of the strongest real estate and loan firms
over organized In this section of the state
was organized hero last evening , to be known
as the Trenton Land company. Its object Is
to Induce Immigration , dealing in all kinds
of real estate , exchanging tltlca , convey
anclir and all kinds of business connectci
with land companies. Its territory will Include -
cludo southwest Nebraska and northwest
Kansas. The following offlcem were elected
T. J. Floyd , editor of < ho Roslstcr , presl
. . .I HE GEE
. Y WLBIB' '
FOR. . .
Queen of the Ice Carnival
MY CHOICE FOR OUKEN POUVRIS
Uailot Boxes located nt Milliard Hotel , Ueo JJlilg. King Pharmacy , 2th
und l nvenwurth at . : Chiu. A. Tracy's , icth und Doutlas ; Sliruder's
' -UK filorc. North 24th nnd Be ward sts.
1 HOUR IS & LOVE , Carnival Managers.
DEC * 23 | This lu A muKl be deposited within 3 days from date ,
iray be mallei ! within two dayg to Carnival
| 1 O'H " > Omnha.
lent ; J. I ) . Norman , secretary ; W. C. nobln-
on. president of the State bank , treasurer ; J ,
0. Ucnedlct , examiner of titles ; Wt F. nut-
on , counselor.
Several do liinnne.
WA1IOO , Neb. , Dec. 22. ( Special. ) Saun-
era county -wlK oend three unfortunates to
ho Insane asylum at Lincoln this week. C.
. Anderson , a Swede , aged 60 years , a re-
Itifo from near M'llmo , wan taken to the
sylum yesterday by Sheriff Heeck ; A. O ,
Oloflgett , an American , ot Ashland , aged 22
cars , Is In jail awaiting Instructions from
ho authorities at the asylum ; Chria C.
'homson , a Dane , nged SO years , from near
rcmont , In this county , was brought to
own tlilfl morning , Ho Is a giant In elzo
nd strength and very violent , and nothing
: ouUl be done with him until lie succumbed
o powerful op'atos.
IIOLiniCQB , Neb. , Dec. 22. ( Special. )
Pho snow begin to fall ! hero on Saturday
evening and continued all Saturday
and Sunday nlghto and a. part of Monday.
Thcro Is over a foot of snow on the
ground. There was no wind nnd conso-
luontly the onow IB evenly distributed. This
s the best fall of snow for years In this
part ot the state.
Thcro were over 400 chattel mortgages rc-
eased from record hero yestordjy , aggre
gating over $20 000. This makes over $60,000
clcascd here so far this month of chattel
3AI ! COMMU.VIOATRS TO nOMlMSIIS.
teitlles to KcMoltitlntiK A < li > tite.il liy
Kederntloii [ Lnlinr.
"WASHINGTON , Dec. 22. Secretary Gage
laa written the following letter to President
OoinpeTH of the Federation of Labor :
I liavo read with oaro the resolutions
adopted the 20th lust , by thn committee
of the Federation of Labor , as follows :
"Renolved , Tlmt wo declare ourselves op-
loncd to Uiu Qafo Ilnanolal bill recently
introduced In congress by t'no ' secretary of
the treasury. It Is a measure that If
adopted as a law will only the more llrmly
rivet the ic.old standard on the pcoplo of
the country , mid perpetuate Its disastrous
effects In every form ,
"HoF.olved , That we pronounce the Ongc
illl an undisguised effort to retire our green
back currency nnd all irovcrnmetu papar
noncy with a view to the substitution of
uitlonal banknotes In their stead , nnd thus
Cast Vho national bank system for years
upon the American people. "
Now , If It bo true that the gold standard
by which things have been measured as
to price for the last sixty years In this
country Is Inimical to the Interests of the
aborlnt ? classes of the United States , then
I think It Is Inimical to all classes. In
other 'words , I do not believe tiat the ex
ploitation of one class by another either
ihroiiijl ! false weights , partial laws or a
bad monetary cystem can bo made to
work , for the permanent benefit of the
exploiting class Itself , or for the general
weal , even were It defensible on any ground
of right or justice , which It Is not.
Granted , therefore , that the permanence
of the gold standard ( for which I argue )
operates In this evil direction , then your
resolutions of condemnation are i.vell
founded , and I am justly charged either
with nn Ignorance iwhlch constitutes mo a
foolish adviser , or with a perversity of
motive , -which makes mo an evil adviser.
I have a right to disavow the charge of
perversity or evil purpose , since there Is
nothing in my whole HCs , us related to any
fellow men , cither In word or deed , from
which the 'possession by me of such char-
aetorlstles can be inferred , much less
Hut Ignorance often unconsciously raorlcs
is deep Injury as evil Intent , and In this
case , If Ignorance bo a sin , I must confess
mj'self to b ? a possible victim. This con
fession ought not , inowcver , to classify me
as separate from my fellow men gener
ally , whether they be considered as In
dividual units , or as congregated In groups.
Ignorance Is a relative , not absolute term ,
since few are totally Ignorant , and none
absolutely wise. Nor does tha committee
constituting the group change this fact ,
since the wlEdom of a. group , however
large , cannot bo greater tban that of the
wl.icst nm'n In It. This remains true ,
whether the subject matter Involving knowl
edge and judgment bo astronomy , physics ,
or finance. The condemnation then Involved
In thn resolution * referred' to measured
by tha just or Imperfect apprehension of
iiuestlons relating to monetary science hold
by the wlt-est men who supported them.
Laying these general considerations aside ,
let mo say to you. and through you to the
gtcat body you so honombly represent , that
if. Instead of denunciatory resolutions ,
which are not argument , you , or any on
your behalf , will show that the view ? I
entertain and advocate are other than salu
tary to the great body j-conomlc , of which
we are all independent nwmbers , I will
abandon them without hesitation.
My present eonvlctlon. the honest fruit
of sincere ftudy and reflection. Is that a
bioakdown In our present money standard
would be a most disastrous b'.ow to all our
Industrial Interests ; and upon the wage
workers ns a clasrs would be entailed the
most serious effects of the disaster. Be
lieving this I must so bear witness.
I'UMMSHIXfi MST OP 1M3V8IO.MSIIS.
Hill ( o lie Introduced In ConjireNM for
WASHINGTON , Dec. 22. Commissioner
Evans of the Pension bureau is a strong
advocate of the policy of publishing tbo entire -
tire list ot persons who draw pensions from
the government. Ho expe-cts that 'a ' bill
for this purpose will bo Introduced In con
gress when it reassembles In January. A
recommendation that a list bo published
was made by tbo commisloncr In his an
nual report , as he expressed the belief that
It would bo particularly valuable for the
UBO of the special examiners In the field.
I'crttllliliiK1 to I'oxliilllccH.
WASHINGTON , Dec. 22. ( Special Tele
gram. ) The scccud assistant postmaster gen
eral has awarded the contract for carrying
the mall between Gary and Harrlsburg , Neb. ,
to William J. Wallace , at $208 -year. .
XIMVM for the Army.
WASHINGTON , Dec. 22. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Army orders : Leaves of absence
Captain Abner Pickering , Second Infantry ,
extended two months ; Optaln Horatio G.
Slchel , Seventh cavalry , two months.
1'iiHslliIc AxNlNtimt 'Comptroller. '
WASHINGTON , Dec. 22. It is understood
that Leander P. 'Mitchell of Indiana will
soon bo appointed by the president as as
sistant comptroller of the treasury In pluco
of Mr. Bowers , resigned.
iicic\si : iioAitn SPECIAL sussiov.
I'roli'Nt .IcnliiNt 'AelNon'N ' Application
lit PnrllnlTy Heard.
A special meeting of the' 'Board of Flro
and Police commissioners last night was de
voted almost entirely to protests against the
granting of a liquor license to Henry Nel-
Bon , who proposes to operate a caloon at
I239 ! North Twentieth btreet. The remon
strance wan signed by a largo number of
freeholders of that nole'jborJiDod , in whose
opinion the saloon would not be conduclvo to
public morals. James Mulr , William Flem-
In.t , W. T. Graham and others , called as wit
nesses by the complainants , testified that the
prcpcspd saloon was about 250 feet from -tho
Lake street school , at which 800 children
wore In attendance , and that It waa In a
residence neighborhood. Tlioapplicant
claimed that the neighborhood was also a
business community , and made mention of
surrounding buildings used for commercial
purposes. Further evidence offered was an
affidavit from an abstracter to the effect that
ho h-ad searched the records and Jiad been un
able to find the names ol several signers of
Nelson's application who purported to be
pr < oorty ownurs. The case was continued
until 2 o'clockthis afternoon , when an lu-
vesllgation ot this point will be made.
The first liquor llfenso of the year nas
granted to the firm ot Venuto & Atkln , 102
South eleventh street.
LOOT AX K.VUI.Yli
Hull Klrcnicii Wlillf Tlu- > - Arc III m-
While the members of No , 12 engine house
were nbsen-t from their quarters In response
to an alarm ot lire the building was entered
ard money .and property carried away. The
HlecpInB rooms were warched and several
firemen report missing articles. Driver Tay
lor lost $15 , which ho had deposited In the
The lire on which the company WES In at
tendance was that of a ibarn used by Dr. 3
U. Towne , at Twjonty-alxth and Varnam. and
occurred at 2 a. in. The unusual hour of the
lire and -the absence ot apparent cause elve
rluoto Ihosuspicion that tbo blaze wan
Hturted "by parties win .desired a clear fluid
Jar the urduturbcd < robbery of the
NEBRASKA HlTT6R ) MAKERS
State Dairymen's Afsjoint'on in Annual
Oon\w > [ lbn at Lincolu.
INTERESTING BUSINESS BEFORE THEM
of Ofllrt-rK , Aililrcxion by Vl -
Itorn Mini ifrrlirdH of COMM Tnkc
Vv tlu > Time of the
LINCOLN , Doe. 22. ( Special. ) The at
tendance tat the opening of the dairymen's
convention wa's not largo , but a. very inter
esting meeting was held , quite n number
arrived thla morning In tlmo for today's sos-
along. Among thoao in attendance Is J. H.
Monrml of Wlnuetba , HI. , field agent of the
dairy division of the United States Agricul
After Invocation and music , 1'rof. E.
L. Lyou made the address of wol-
o.omo , Chancellor TvlacLcan being absent
from the city. D. I' . Ashburn of Gibbon
responded to Prof. Lyon's welcome. Ho
thought the dairymen should appreciate the
privilege of meeting with the university nnd
the work of the State Dairy school'In tholr ' I
behalf. Agricultural schools have not at- j
ways done the beat practical work , but are
accomplishing raoro good as pcoplo coino to
hellovo more la the necessity of knowledge
not to bo gained on their farms. President
lH. . Vaughan of Premont , delivered an address -
dross bristling with enthusiasm and words
of encouragement for hla follow dairymen.
Ho commondtxi the secretary of agriculture
for earnest efforts 'to build up a market for
American dairy products in foreign countries.
Attention was called to the Ineffectiveness
of the law regulating the sale of oleomarga
rine , the only apparent remedy being to again
carry the fight Into the legislature and , If
possible , secure the proper officers aud neecs-
saVy appropriation to make n law effective.
Secretary UaFsett of Gibbon submitted his
report and prefaced It by a short talk , em
phasizing the Importance of making a credItable -
Itablo display at the exposition next year , It
being certain that all states west of the MIs-
slaslppl river will make exhibits of dairy
products of all kinds , and .Nebraska must bo
at the hnad.
The following- n summary of the re
ceipts and disbursements for the last year :
Cash on 'hand December 15 , 1S9G..J 411.SI
Membership fees fit.00
Advertising In 1S93 report 20.00
Butter sold 1.60
Stnte appropriation 1,044.95
Total , . .nE32.2C
Expenses of annual meeting , Including
ing- premiums $ 202.10
Farmers' Institute 109.33
Stationery and printing 02.30
I'ostaine / 118.29
Traveling nnd hotel expenses of dl-
ructorh meetings 30.42
Incidentals . . . 79.44
Printing- reports <
Salary of secretary 3CO.OO
Cash on hand i. 1S2.7G
J. II. Monrad , representative of the
Department Of. . Agriculture , closed the pro
gram with aSsUort talk. He said farmers
should be taugnVto toke better care of
their milk , aud .ho favored the- traveling
dairy schools s.ugji as are in , Jise In Bel-
glum. A professor goes' -out among the people -
plo teaching , thp be t possible ' use of the
appliances thtjMvave on hand. This teacher
should have Jcjts of < common sense , some
BCleuce but not two * much * '
COWS VXD THEIR RECORDS.
An lntMosunBW"pm"vor ! the program today
'w'a < > carried Jotit .at the dairy building , lo
cated at th fi tatcy. , farm. The records
of four , C } vs were Illustrated on
charts , and the'c'ows were brought Into the
room while h6 'discussion was being carried
on. The cows""were'fronv the herd at the
state experimental station , and the records
were as follows ;
Corn From December 20 , ISflB , to Decem
ber 21. 1S9J : fPounds of milk , 7.CCO. per cent
fat , 4 37 : pounds TjU.tter fat , 335.3S ; pounds
butter , 391 21
Mabel April 11 to December 21 , 1S97 : iMilk ,
5,299 70 ; per cent fat , ' 4.39 ; butter fat , 230.33 ;
butter , 2GS.70.
Ruth 'May 9 to December 21 , 159i : Milk ,
5.S7S.C7 ; l > or , cent fat , 5.32 ; butter fat , 321.43 ;
\nnie March II to December 21 , 1897 :
Milk. G,4.nSO ; per cent fat , 4.39 ; butter fat ,
2S1 46 ; butter , 32S33. ;
The cow Mabel Is a half Jersey and half
Durham , the others being Jerseys. It was
explained that 'the feed of each cow was
about the the same during the year , and
that the expense of feeding a cow averages
about 4 cents per day , or J14.60 per year.
The markings attho butter exhibit were
as foljows :
Class 1. Creamery Butter James Havll ,
Albion , U2 ; Ediwwrd Schultz , Wont Point. 94 ;
Fairmont creamery. Friend , 93 ; Fairmont
creamery , Crete , S3 ; Raymond creamery ,
Raymond , 82 ; W.ah'oo creamery , Wahoo , 94 ;
J. 13. Culllngs. Wahoo. 91 ; Herbert Craven ,
Tierce ' 94.2 ; William Bechter , Pierce , 94.2 ;
E. E. Plrice , Cedar Ha.pid ! > , 93.2 ; J. A.
Holmes , Heatrloe , S3 ; Beatrice creamery ,
Beatrice , 91.
Class 2 , Dairy Butter J. S. Temple ,
Chenpy , 94 ; Barton & Honeywell , Sejvard ,
932 ; H. Policy , Raymond , 93.2 ; F. J. Policy ,
Raymond , 932 ; W. S. .McKlnney , JMnlcolm ,
94 ; Mrs. S. Pierce , Woodlawn , 93 ; H. M.
Westcott , Malcolm , J 2 : LMrs , J. L. Long ,
Bellevuo. 93 ; Charles H. 'Morrill ' , Stroms-
burg , 9I.-2 ; L. L. Davis , TecVmseh. 03.
Class 5 , Ornamental Dairy IButter Mrs.
S. Pierce , "Woodlawn , first premium ; J. S.
Temple , Cheney , second premium.
Class G , Display Trlnts and Fancy Pack-
ug-es , Creamery-rFalrmont creamery , Crete ,
first premium ; Wahoo creamery , Wahoo ,
second premium ; Raymond creamery , Raymond
mend , third premium.
Class 7. Heat Creamery nutter E , E.
Place , Cedar Rapids , 93.2.
Class 9 , Best Dairy Butter Mrs. S. Pierce ,
Award of Special Premiums Oold watch
ff23) , by "Worcester Salt company. Mrs. J.
B Pierce , Woodlawn , 93 ; gold watch ( $15) ,
Wnhoo creamery. 91 ; J. E. Culllngs , 91 : J ,
S Temple. 94 ; W. S. McKlnnoy , 94 ; dli.
mend Htud. by < icne see Salt company , E ,
E Place , Cudar .Rapid ? , f 3.2 ; ten-gallon can
separator , by Standard Oil company. E. 15.
Place , H.2 ; solid -gold medal , by Wells ,
Richardson & Co. , E. E. Place , 83.2 ; tlO cash.
by Wells Richardson & Co. , Fairmont
creamery , Friend , 93 : to cash , by Wells ,
Richardson & Co. , Mrs , S. Pierce , Wood-
lawn. S3 ; 100 slxty-ipound whlto oak tubs , by
the Sharpies company , E. E. Place , 95.2 ; bar
rel Worcester salt , by the Sharpies com
pany. Ravenna , creamery. Ord , fO ; $10 cash ,
by the Del-aval company , Fairmont cream
ery. Friend. Xi : $3 cash , by the DeL/avnl
company , .llbrburt Craven. 91.2 ; William
Bechter , 94,2 ; C. H. CHorrill. 91.2.
WEST PO lW'.Neb. , Deo. 22. ( Special. )
Swan John tonu respectable and Industrious
farmer llvlnB > kafypn miles southwest of thin
city , developed Igns of insanity last week
and was brofignt'ln ' by Sheriff Phillips yes
terday and examined by the commissioners.
Ho wan adjudccdjnsano and will be removed
Henry Lamjnens , the insane former who
escaped from , the > Alcxlan Brothers' hospital
in St. Lousj. ! emno two months ago and
whu walked tho' entlro distance from that
place to hla lilrmo , has BO far recovered his
mental balalltf ' 'that ' the board has din-
charged him troni custody.
Judge D. C.ICtelllu and wife celebrated
tholr crystal. w9Wlug | today.
i * i '
tri-rxti'il for it Whipping.
HERMAN , .Nob. . Dec. .22. ( Special. )
James Byrne aud Fred Johnnou wore ar
rested here today by Deputy Sheriff Meucku
and taken to Ulalr. The arrcat U the result
of u whipping ( hey gave Ciiarlej Cam
eron , a boy , early lu Octobar , 'and then loft
town In u hurry. George Byrne , then editor
of the Heraau lU'vluuwas also a party to
the whipping. Ho U now editor of the Mead
Advocate , Cnmoron was Hogged for a HUP-
poaed injiult tp a sister of the Byrne boys ,
but public opinion - isllvldej a ; to hU
guilt , Fred Johnson is a telegraph operator
at Omuhu. The two came bore to spend
Christmas , and weri > nabbed on an old war
Daly U > VIIH lluiiiburc ; .
NEW YORK , Uoc , 2. . W , L. PoAera an-
nouuced last night that ho pur- used Ham
burg for Marcus Daly of Montani , and tlmt
the great 2-ycar-old would ruei i > ro ntt
Ho will be trained -by William
W.VTCU srsi'Hfrnn Kii.iiit.sTinis.
llnttlrnlilp llnlnc Kxppltiff Clone
lool ( iit on riorlilii fount.
JACKSONVILLE , Kla. . Dec. 22. A apodal
to the Times-Union and Citizen from Key
West says : Schooners iMvltig port last lRlt
that were unaccustomed to the summary
methods adopted by Undo Sam In Intercept
ing filibusters , were treated to n surprise.
The battleship Maine's launch fired a shot
as a command for them to halt , Not under
standing the signal they proceeded on their
course , but another shot brought them to.
They were boarded by the naval olllcers and
thoroughly searched , but no nrms tier am
munition "froro found , and they TVCTO allowed
to proceed. The Maine's officers are un
usually nlert , and there must bo strong
ground for Busplckxt that n filibustering ex
pedition Is being planned , for the big battle-
shit ) coasted along the Islands several times
during the might , putting all craft under the
Inquisitive glare oflts big searchlights.
South Omaha News.
At the present tlmo forty-three arc lights
are paid for 'by the city nnd used for the
purposes of etreet lighting. These lights
cost the city about $550 a month , or $ GGOO
ft year. Another light , making forty-four ,
has just been ordoredi located , and this will
Increase the monthly cost t2 , or | H4 a
year. These lights arc divided among the
wards as follows : First ward , sixteen ; Scc-
oud ward , six ; Third ward , three ; Fourth
i ward. four. Nine lights ore located on Q
street , which Is the dividing line between
the Second , Third and Fourth wards , and
five are on N street , which Is the dividing
line between the First and. . Second wards.
Even with the number now In service the
city Is Insufficiently lighted , it having been
stated that ten more lights could bo used to
advantage In , different parts of the city.
In case the ordinance recently Introduced.
In the council is passed .and enforced , com
pelling the railroads to maintain arc lights
at a number of crossings , the drain upon the
city will bo slightly relieved , nnd six lights
could then be distributed about the streets
without the expenditure of any more- money
than la now being spent for'lighting. H Is
feared that the railroads will contest the
ordinance and tlo the I matter up In the
courts for1 a number1 of years , and of course
it this Is1done the expected relict cannot be
obtained In the manner now under consider
ation. As the growth of the- city Increase * ,
the demand for lights Increases , and prop
erty owners 'all over arc clamoring for
moro light. Next year It wll bo necessary
to mnko an Increased appropriation for
street lighting , at least that Is the plan
lloitio llnnch Saloon MVCIINO.
About six weeks ago The Bee called at
tention to the fact that no liquor license had
boon Issued to the Homo Ranch saloon on
N street-and lasU'Monday ' night Councilman
Mort mentioned the matter at the meeting
of the city council. Upon the recommenda
tion of Mort the chief of police was In
structed to see that the necesssary license
was arranged for at once. Investigation
shows that the proprietor oC this saloon has
made a partial payment , on the license , but
no license was ever Issued. It had been
arranged , so It Is claimed , that as the sa
loon did not open for business until some
tlmo during the summer that the license
fee wad to bo paid pro rata , that Is for only
such portion of the license year as the sa
loon had been In opwatlou. Just who has
t.ho authority to make such an arrangement
Is not known. There lu no provision In the
law to warrant such action. The city coun
cil has the right , If It sees fit , to pro rata
the occupation tax , but the money for the
licence goes to the school fund and cannot
under the law bo tampered with. It is un
derstood that the matttr Is to come up for
further consideration. The saloon In ques
tion paid $300of the | 500 license tax.
Content Over Street Intension.
There Is likely to bo a contest lu the city
council over the ordinance Introduced at the
last meeting relative to appropriating certain
private property for the extension of Seven
teenth street from the south lineof 1 street
to Missouri avenue. Last August a petition
signed by a few members of the Eastslde
Improvement club was presented to the coun
cil , urging some action In this matter. It Is
desired to open a stieet sixty feet wlflo ant
220 feet long through what Is known as the
Cassldy tract. The cost of this property to
bo condemned , for street purposes is to be
pild by the -property benefited. Some of the
members , of the council have been looking up
the matter and have como to the conclusion
that there Is no necessity for such nctloi
just at this time , nnd it la moro than llkely-
that a petition containing the names of a
majority of the property owners who will bo
called upon to pay the damages will bo demanded
manded before final action Is taken.
An elaborate program of music has been
arranged for the choir of St. Agnes' church
for Christmas day. The "Kyrle , " by the
full choir , will be from Glorza's HUBS. The
"Gloria" is n selection from Carpenter's mass
In G. Solo parts of the "GIorla" wlll bo sung
by Mrs. Wcppner , Alias O'Connor , Mr. J. Gal
lagher and Mr. Detloln. The "Credo" wll
be a selection from Roswlg , and the solo parts
will be sung by Miss O'Connor and Mr. Dat-
leln. The offertory will bo the "Adcatc
Fldolcs , " whllo the eanctus and bcnedlctus
have been selected from Carpenter's , nnd the
"Agnus Del" from Farmer's mass. Christ
mas day masses will bo at C , C , 7 , 8 and1 9
o'clock , with solemn high mass and benedic
tion at 10:30 a. m.
Petition for < i Se er.
Property owners on Twenty-fourth am
Twenty-fifth streets between A and D streets
are preparing a petition for a sewer to be
laid along the alley between Twenty-fourth
nnd Twenty-fifth streets and to connect with
the Twenty-fifth street ecwer Just completed.
Quite a .number of the property owners In
this locality arc nonresidents and a number
of theeo have refused to fitgn the petition ,
but It Is thought that enough resident prop
erty owners can be obtained so that the
ncceesary ordinance can bo passed this win
ter and the newer built the first thing In the
spring. The petition for this sewer will bo
presented to the council in about three
Mrs. E. O. Mayffeld ID eorlously 111.
Brewer. Sloane & Co. will dissolve pirtner-
ahlp i January 1.
Mr. and 'Airs. W. D , "Watson's Infant son
is very sick with pneumonia.
Joseph Meyero of Mm Hammond company
bus returned from Burlington , la.
Major Cress Is a candidate for a position In
County Clerk Havcrly's olllce. *
W. A. 43orry 1s going to Cedar Falls , la. ,
tomorrow to spend the holidays with rela-
The Dcalea at the stock yards will be closed
all day Saturday , but stock , arriving will bo
Rev. Father 'McCarty Is arrcaglug for the
annual publication of the financial statement
of St , Agnes' Church society.
Glmlj-H , the young daughter at Councilman
Van&ant , w.io IB 111 with diphtheria , was re
ported some better last night.
It Is thought tbat the dining room part of
the now Exchange building will be ready for
occupancy the last of next week.
Louis Meyer , formerly of the Omaha
Tribune , IB In charge of the circulation de
partment of V'no Anzi'Ucrtho ; now bi-weekly
Gorman paper here.
An lutercatlng mualcal program &is been
prepared for St. Bridget's church Christmas
morning. Mian Clara Davis will bo the or
ganist and 'W charge of the program.
Preparations for the CbrlBtinWi exercises to
bo held at the Christian church this ovenlng
have been completed. The entertainment
will bo onan elaborate scale cad , It Is
claimed , will bo a treat to both young and
Dr. Aifiieiv'M Ointment Ciireu 1'lleM
Itching , deeding and Blind I'llea. Comfort
lu one application. 'It cures In three to six
nights , It cures all skin diseases In young
and old. A remedy beyond compare , and it
novcr falls. 25 cents. 13. Kulm & Co. ,
15th and Douglas ; Sherman & 'McCannell
Drue Co , , 1513 Dodge.
vmv i-\ni.\Mt socinrv KICSTIVAI. .
Mnny DlNtliiKulxlieil Vlxltorn nt tlio
MnelSetonit 3lertlnK <
NEW YORK , Dec. 22 , The ninety-second
nnnual festival of the New England society
n the city of New York was held at Del-
nonlco's tonight. Four hundred members
of the society and their friends , Including
nauy distinguished .men , were present. The
ablrs were devoid of decorations , except for
ho miniature pyramids of doughnuts and red
laldwln apples. Among those who sat at
he "guests of honor" table were : J. Pier-
> ont Moigan , Joseph II , Ohoato , General
Wesley uMerrltt. James Whltcomb niley ,
tlchurd Olncy , Senator Edward O. WoVcott ,
lev. Dr. Lyman Abbott , Governor Ulack ,
Collator George P. IHoar , President Charles
W. Ullot , General Allies and Mayor W. L.
The speeches began nt 10 o'clock , nnd llcv.
3r. Lyman Abbott responded to the toast ,
'Forefathers' Day , " Governor Black re
sponded to "Tho State of New York , " Sena-
or Kdwanl O. AVolcott of Colorado responded
.0 "Tho East and the West , " and Senator
loorgo F. Hcnr of .Massachusetts responded
.o "Tho 'Bradford Manuscript nnd Its
Gracious Return. "
James WhltcomU Jllley , the poet , followed
Senator Hoar , reciting a poem entitled ,
'Hooslerdom and Yankcedom. "
Illohnrd Olney followed. Ho said that In
no place was there such a deference and re
spect for the law as In New England. The
Now Englandcr deprecates utterances which
are against the established form of govern
ment and cries tor foreign Invasion. Hatred
on this sldo of the Atlantic of those of blood
relation across the water Is largely mythical ,
Mr. Olncy declareJ.
Ho was followed by General Nelson A.
Miles , who spoketo the toast , "Tho Army
and Navy. "
COMIMKTI3 HKTim.NS PltOM 11OSTOX.
Mnyor Uiilncy' * IMurntltyAlmut the
.Same IIH Two Yearn April.
BOSTON , Dec. 22. Complete ana revised
returns from the 131 voting precincts of this
city allow that Mayor Joilih Qulncy , demo
crat , was re-elected ycsicrday by a
plurality of1,070 votes. Mr. Qulncy received
40,070 votes ; Edwin U. Curtis , republican ,
35,991 ; Thomas , Ryan , democrat , 211 , and
David Goldensteln , sodallst labor , 287.
Qulncy's majority over all Is 331. The total
vote this year was nearly 3,000 greater than
In 1895 , t-ach of the two leading candldalrs
received within a few hundred votes of the
same numbei tl'it they < lld two years ago ,
anil Mr. Qulncy's plurality was within 327
votes of what It was then. The Board of
Aldermen , according to unofficial returns , U
evenly divided , six democrats and six re
publicans having been elcoled. This Is a
loss of ono republican member.
OIV for Hie Klondike.
CHEYENNE , Wyo. , Dec. 22. ( Special
Telegram. ) The army pack train of the
Department of the Plattc , consisting of ten
skillful packers and eighty well drilled
mules , will leave hero tomorow morning nt
S o'clock for Alaska , where they will aid
In the proposed government relief expedition
to the Yukon miners. Orders t < make the
journey were received at 7 o'clock this
evening. The chief packer , Tom Mooncy.
who has charge ot the train , has had It
In readiness to take the Held at twelve
hours notice ever since the Ute Indian
troubles of October , and will hare the en
tire outfit on the cars to leave by the Union
Pacific tomorrow morning. All ot thp pack
ers are hardy frontiersmen , accustomed to
winter campaigning and all are willing to
undertake the Klondike journey.
Miners I'ropoMe to .Mnreli.
POMEROY , O. , Dec. 22. The miners of
Pomeroy Bend are making arrangements to
movb upon the mlnos of 'Mr. ' Splllm.in at
New Haven , W. Va. , In an attempt to net
out the forty men who are. at work at lew
than the scale price.
There is no
prettier sight in
the world than
that of a healthy ,
happy mother at
play with her r6-
bust and rollicking -
ingbaby. . It is a
sight entirely too
often the baby is
, , . puny and peevish
and the mother sickly , fretful , and nervous.
The woman who neglects to take proper care
of herself and who therefore suffers from
weakness and disease of the organs of wo
manhood cannot be healthy and amiable.
Her children will be puny and ailing and
happiness will pass by on the other side.
There is no reason why every woman should
not be the healthy , happy mother of robust
and playful children if she will take the
proper care of herself. Proper care means ,
first of all , proper medicine for her ailments.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will
make any woman strong nnd well in a wo
manly way. It cures all weakness and dis
ease of the distinctly feminine organism. It
prepares a woman for motherhood. It in
sures the health of the baby. It makes
parturition easy and nearly painless. Over
90,000 women have testified to its virtues ,
in writing. Druggists sell it and have no
substitute "just ns Rood , " The druggist
who tries to force tioiiictliiiig- else upon you
is not an honcbt man. He is trifling with
your life and happiness for the sake of a
greater profit to himself.
Mrs. P. R. Porgcy. of Corns , Kcynpaha , Co. ,
Neb. , writes : " I write toyou ogniu concerning
my daughter , Mrs. D Billing * . She has tnkeii
two bottles of 'Favorite Prciicrlptioii' nncl two
of 'Golden Medical Discovery. ' She thinks the.
medicines did her a world of good. Site was confined -
fined the i th of 1'cbruary. Was sick nbout
three hours , nnd now has n ten pound daughter.
She got along nicely afterward. She says Bhe
never felt t.o well. She looks well and her com-
plcxiou it clear. "
The modern business world won't stand
still or loiter to wait for the man who tuiffuis
from headaches , biliousness mid dyspepsia ,
caused by constipation. Dr. Picice'B Pleas
ant Pellets cure rnnstitintiou Of drutrcists.
keep correct time nil the time.
Most appropriate Christmas gifts.
Your dealer will tell you In
detail their points of excellence.
An Elgin watch always has the
word "Elcln" engraved on lite
wurkk. ( ully guaranteed.
ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. ,
l ln , III.
FACIA ! , BLBBSISHEg
quickly ilUu | > ; iiur when Woodbury'n Hi and Toilet
Combination IB npplluU iiull > . It will lender a ,
rough < kln mnoct.i und proie t a K jed comiiUitluii ,
A KUtnpU ot each or Wooduury' * facial Heap ,
1'aclal Cruaui. facial J'owdor und Ui-iitul Cream
and u lleuuty Hook mulled on reccliit of tOc.
Tim regular vlze sold evcrynlicre , 2 o each.
JOHN II AVOOUUUrry.Dormaloloiilrt , in W * t
Bd t. . H. TT.
Only a Cold !
VTO ; but n cold fn-qucntly lins i\
serious t'lulliij ; . Chronic coitRlis ,
inietininnin , bronchitis nnd consumption
nil stitrt with n rohl. NonU'ctwl colds
cause more thnii two-tliluls of nil the
dentlis In America.
Thi'fo Is u rlRlit wny nml a wren way
to euro n cold , 1mt you am inal no
mistake In using ,
It Is n jniro , healthful Rtlmnlnutvlilcb
quickens the circulation nnd rcMorca
healthy notion to every purl of the body.
It Is u sure cure for colds , malaria ,
pneumonia. It assists nature and
builds up the system.
Do not be Induced to take any Inferior
whiskey which your dealer may try to
substitute , but be sure that you j-t-t
Duffy's. .Nothing else can produce the
Franklin's method of healing the sick
without poisonous drugs haa met with
remarkable success wherever Intro
duced. Particularly Is this true of
diseases usually pronounced Incurable
by Iho family < phylcliin , nnd those i\\ho
will glvo Doctor
NEW LIFE treatment a thorough trial ,
will easily become convlucod of Its
superiority over drugs and medicines
that only break down the stomach ,
and causes distress generally TJiero
Is nothing that will build up the stole
so quickly and by removing the cause
of disease , restores the patient to
Strength and hope , especially slok and
distressed women -who have been
"doctoring" for ye-irs nnd going from
bad to worse , making thcr ! stomachs
the receptacle of vile drugs that In
most cases does harm and at no time
does good , making
a burden. There Is no need of this If
you will but s ci'k the proper moans ) of
cure. You owe It to yourself to Investi
gate all well endorsed new discoveries
ns that Is the only proper nay to
estimate the real merits ot any syskm
420 IT. Y. Life Bldg-
I'lit a IvoiInU on' Your ChrlNtiiuin Lint.
ijt-i.no to $2r .oo.
The new Kodaks all take our Light-Proof
Film Cartridges and can he
LOADED IN DAYLIGHT
The Iliiiiiiond Camera nt tf..OO
Is a line instrument. Mall orders solicited.
Catalogue frco ,
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PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES ,
I-KIS Fnruuui at. Oi > ] > . 1'axloii Hotel.
I'axton fi llurgcss , ManajBM ,
Only TWO Moro Performances
2.30 $ .15
BARGAIN DAY MATINEE.TO-TJAY
The Illgrioclal Kv.ent.
6O PEOPLE GO
prices : I oiver lloor , JI.60 , ? I.OO , bat-
cony " 6e , tOe.
JIutlnce Jxiwcr door , 60o balcony , CO ; , lie ,
The urqe M/rj.
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Sun. .Mnl. A : . [ U6C
t-'iu-clnl nt of
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HANK13V IIIIOH. ,
KrenlnK l'rlcc 2c , 60c , 7Sc. Jl.OO ilutlntu
J'rlruH 20c , uc , COc h'uitx now un E.iU.
Mme. Eleanor Meredith
Assisted by Omaha's talented PlanlHt ,
Mil. JOSHl'H OAII.M.
At Congretfatlonul Church , Thursday , 2:20 :
p , in. , December 23.
A rare opportunity to hear New Yorlc'd
Price SOc , CJuli .Members Kc ,
I'mler ' the nucplees of thn JliiHlcal De-
iiartinent 1 of the Woman's Cluh ,
JIUB. .7. M. MHTCALK. Loader.
S 12. Cur 1IIIII "il Diiveniiiirl HU.
COXflSHTH J3VHHV XIBUT 7 . ' 'I' " a
Mtttl.ieo * Tsmvluy. Thurwlny nml Saturday , * : >
THIS WKIJK'S .tTTII VCTIO.VSl-
MUs Uwfilo Raymond , soubrotte.
Wrotho & Wakeflcld. comedians.
The AllyUB , muelcal wonder * and many
others. _ _
13th luul IHilaK ( [ StH.i Omaha.
Un , 12.10 Uuy .
American i > per up.
Kurojitnn Plan , 11.00 per day up.
J. U. .MAIIICKI. Ac SO.V , 1'ropn.
nilll.TI5l3.Vril , * N1 > JO.MCS STIIKKTS.
110 room * . Imtlii. oteum lu-at and nil modern
convenience ! . Uut . tl M and 12.00 lr < Uy.
unexcelled. tipecUl tow rates to regular
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