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the men made their escape , running ncros
the lot to the so'HhwnrJ. Mrs. Eaton'
house was visited by burglars tnst Augus
and a largo number of valuable things , In
eluding an engagement ring , several stlcl
Iilns and other articles ot Jewelry taken
Slnco that tlmo she. has been on the lookou
for persons of this character and attribute
the saving of the family valuables las
Monday night to the fact that she chanced
to he on the alert when they called.
( Half an hour later Miss Rich , daughter o
Charles 'Rich , living at 1CU Emmctt street
wa aroused by a strong draft of air coming
Into her bedroom. Partly awake , she
coughed a couple of times and then got ou
of bed. Aa she did so she bearJ a scamper
Ing of feet on the sidewalks below and , going
to her bedroom window , found It open
iRurglara had also been In the room. In cf
feeling an entrance to this house the men
Iind evidently used a ladder ot some dcscrlp
lion , as there were marks left on the win
dow loOgo.
From this place iho robbers went to the
house directly -west , at 1C1S Emmctt street
and here they were quite successful. Profit
Ing by their failures , the men took no risks
thin time. Sponges saturated with chloro
form were Introduced Into the. rooms occu
pled by Mr. and Aim. C. C. Troxcll. occupants
of the house , also In the room of a serving
woman and In ono of the rooms occupied by
another member ot the family.
The poeketbooka of c.very person In the
house , flvo In number , were carefully col
lectcd , and with lhee the thieves repalret
to the parlor In order to thoroughly search
them. From the pocketbook belonging to
Mr. Troxcll Jin In cash was taken , from tba
of the nerving woman a small amount o
.change anvl from the others amounts aggregating
gating In all about $5. Not satisfied with
the money secured , the thieves once more
returned to Mr. Troxoll's bedroom and tool
from his vest a handsome gold watch valuct
nt $100. After taking several other articles
of small value the men departed. Mr
Troxoll was rendered quite 111 the following
morning from the effects ot the drug a-J-
nilnlHtored to him.
The police admit they know nothing of the
raids enumerated , with the exception of tha
on Mr. Rector's house , and nothing Is being
done by the detective force to run the men
to earth who arc responsible for thorn.
I'll the meantime , however , the sacred pro
clncts of the police commissioner's head
quarters at the city hall are preserved In
lliiIMA.\l/.IXC ! ! PHOIM.13'3 I'AIITY
Many Proiiilnrnt I.i-aili-rM fin HILT ill
St. I , ulM.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 11. 1'opullsta of natlor.a
renown are assembling hero to take part In
the conference tomorrow of the peopled
party national committee nnd the natlcna
reorganization committee. The purpose o
the confericice , as outlined by prominent
leaders already here , Is to come to Bcmo
undcratiiiiJIng ns to the future policy of the
party , decide on a place to hold the next na
tional convention and call a nominating c i-
Among the more prominent arrivals of to
day ore Hon. Milton IMrko , chalrrcca ol
the reorganization committee , und Colonel
Henry Tracy of Dallas , Tex. ; Dr. * n
Crowo of Alabama , treasurer of Hie < . .imlt-
tee ; W. S. 'Morgan of Arkansas secretary ; J.
II. Fcrrlss , Jollct , III. ; Hon. AVtartcn Harker
of Philadelphia , editor ot the American ; A.
'H. ' Livingston of West I'M Ira , Mo.-Cii.iern ; ! !
Frank illurkett of Mississippi , General W. L
Pcako of Georgia , J. E. McBrldo and John
Xebel ot Michigan andC. . U. Wcelsn of Iowa.
Other members cf the two committees are
expected hero tonight anil among them will
bo a goully representation of the national
committee who have tiiown a favoroblo feelIng -
Ing for the conference , according to lettcm
received by Chairman Parke. M. P. Stunu
of Albuquerque N. M. ; A. P. Tugwcll of
Taconia , Wash. , and L. W. Smith and L. C.
P.atemcr.1 ct Maine have sent proxies. Amoig
others who have signified their Intention of
coming hero arc meat of the members of
the national committee , Including > Mr. Wush-
burn ot Dostcn.
Chairman Milton Parko ot Dallas on the
organization committee , which was appointee :
nt the convention of the ralddle-of-thc-roac
popullctp held last year in Memphis , was
asked what was the purpose of the confer
ence called to meet hero tomorrow. He
said :
"Tho Memphis conference was called for
the purpose of expressing the dissatisfaction
of the mlddle-of-tho-roaders with the non-
action of the national committee In matters
pertaining to the party's policy. Ac a rcwult
of the meeting the national organization
commlttco was appointed to do work that
tha national commlttco failed to do. The
conference called for tomorrow will meet foi
tha purpose of 'bringing ' the members of the
two committees together nnd ascertaining
what should bo donu for the good cf the
party before the campaign and election o"
1S09 , and who should do it. We wish to
come to an understanding on matters re
lating to the calling of a national nominat
ing convention and rw to the policy to be
followed at coming clcotlonn. None of the
mlddle-of-tho-roaders favor fusion with the
democrats and I nm pretty certain that pop-
ulhts everywhere will have nothing to do
with fusion. The conference , which will
probably last two days , will bo behind closed
doors and nothing will bo given out until
Us conclusion. "
iAIM'13.11. FVU ( U1VI3R nil'UOVHMK.VT.
ItciliicMl for Appropriation to Deepen
C'linuili-l of ( lie HHKNMI | | | | .
WASHINGTON , Jan. 11. The house rivers
nnd harbors committee gave a hearing today
on the project of deepening and widening of
the channel of the Mississippi from the gulf
to Nmv Orleans. The object Is the further
ance of commercial , ivllroad and steamboat
Interests of the cities along the 'Mississippi ,
especially the heavy grain export trafflc. A
largo delegation was present from Now Or
leans , headed by ' .Mayor 'Flower ' and ox-
Secretary of the Interior David R , Francis
was among those who represented the In-
tcrcata of other points. Captain J. W. Hryant
ot Now Oilcans , spokesman of the delegation ,
complained of the narrow , crooked channel
now usoJ , which prevented many vessels
from carrying full cargoes , and cited not
Infrequent eases of grounding of the vessels
traveling this channel. 'M. ' J , Sanderson of
Now Orleans called for action In deepening
the entrance of the 'Mississippi ' , not as a
local measure , but In the Interest of the
ccmmcrco of the Mississippi and Its tribu
taries. It was argued that with the opening
of the southwest pass , as contemplated by
ICada many years ago , and with the deepen
ing of the b-ontli pass from Its present In
adequate twenty-six feet to from thirty-two
to forty feet mi' ' . } about 00 feet In width ,
the money expended would bo returned a
hundred fold to the people of that section.
The hearing will bo continued tomorrow ,
FIvi > IliiiuIriMl ' .Millionth llottli * "llinl-
M'eUiT" n ( Alllli-llxrr-lliiHch I'llllll.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 11. ( Special Telegram. )
The employes of the "Dudwotapr depart
ment" of the Auhcu33r-Ilusch Brewery as-
tsodatlon were remembered with a special
Kitt today. The reason for the celebration
wus the filling ot the five hundred
millionth bottle of " "
"Iludwciser. These
astonishing figures show the great
popularity of this beer In Ameri
can households and all ever the world
Flvo hundred million bottle. : of a single
brand In a record thai has been reached by
no other brewery In the world , and the of
ficers of that monster enterprise have cautc
to bo jubilant.
Miivi'inciilN of OITMII VC-MHI-IN , .Inn. 11 ,
At New Vorki Arrived Scotl.i. from
Marucllls , Balled Travo. for llromen ;
} } ovli > . for Liverpool ; Alsnthi , for Marseilles ,
At Naples : Sailed Patrla , for New York.
At Urcmer Haven : Arrived Kaiser Wil-
helm dcr Qrosse , fram Now York.
At Marseilles ! Arrived Aleslu , from New
At Hoston : Arrived Pavonla , from Liver
pool ,
At Ilremcn : Arrived Urcsdcm , from Maltl-
C'ltro nil liver ills , bllious-
1103:1 : , headache , sour atom ,
nch , Indigestion , constipa
tion. They c eaillr. wltU-
outilnircrlpo. Kolclbjrulldrugptiti. js centl.
Tilt ulj I11U ; ! kt wlUi liood'l "
Patrick A. Larjoy Instintly Killed by
Thomaa J , Riley ,
Anxnllnnt In Promptly Arrmlnl nnil
Hurried Awai * lu ( lip I'enl-
tciidnry to. Avolil
DUTTB , Mont. , Jan. 11. Patrick A.
Largey , president of the State Savings bank ,
and ono of the best known citizens of Dutte ,
was shot and killed In the bank bulldlnt ,
this afternoon by Thomas J. Rltcy.
Rllcy entered the bank five or ten minutes
before committing the bloody act. He callci
Largey to a window , and the two talked for
flvo minutes or more. They were conversing
In ordlna-ry tones and thcro was nothing to
Indicate that their talk was otherwise thai
Suddenly Rllcy drew a gun and she
through the window at Largey. The hullo
struck the latter In the left arm and shat
torcd the bone. Largey stooped down , am
had ho continued In that position he mlgh
have escaped with his life , as ho was pro
tectcd by the counter. However , ho rose
partly , and as he did so Rllcy fired a second
end shot. The bullet struck Largey squarely
In the forehead and ho fell on the floor dead
The murderer started for the front door 01
Park street , and as ho passed the teller's
window ho took a shot at those behind -the
railing. The bullet narrowly missed Frank
Holmes , ono of the clerks , dug a hole In his
desk , and wont through one of the windows
on the ' .Main streets sldo of the building
Rlley then rushed out of the Park street
door , thrusting his pistol Into his pocket as
ho did so.
\Vl.llam Husclton , a customer of the bank
wis outsldo the railing when the shooting
occurred. Ho made a rush for the man , but
waa deterred by the sight of the weapon am
did not giab him. Ho followed Rlloy out
The murderer hurried wcat on Park street
followed by Huselton , who kept calling oui
to arrest the man. Officers , attmcted bj
the aliootlng , did BO , and ho wao taken to
"He fooled mo too long , " exclaimed Rllej
when ho arrived at the county Jail , "and I
killed him. Ho kept promising me work , bul
did not glvo me aid , nnd I could not stauJ
It longer. Now , If jou want to hang mo
for It , ull right. Glvo mo a quick trial anil
end It. "
The murderer has but one leg. Ho lost the
other ki the explosion of the powder ware
house at the Montana Central railroad yardii
nnd has since- worn n cork leg , Largey was
manager of ono of the compinlca whcno
warehouse exploded and cost the lost ol
fifty-eight lives.
In contradiction to his statement that
Largey refused to aid him. It Is well known
that the binkcr had frequently helped him.
Ho secured employment for him a number
of times , but Rlley was unable to hold a
petition any length of time. Besides , Largey
ocoislcoally supplied him with raouey.
It Is Eccorted that the killing was the re
sult of n conspiracy , or an understanding , to
kill more than one man who had managerial
or proprietary interests In the two ware
houses that were the scenes of the explosions.
These warehouses belonged to the Buttc
Hardware company , of which Largey was
manager , and the Kenyon-Conncll company ,
of which W. R. Kenyon was the head.
Suits for damages aggregating $230,000
were brought and several verdict
* ? were se
cured , but the explosions and subsequent
attachments had exhausted the resources ot
the Kenyon-Connoil company , while the Butte
Hardware company had gone Into liquidation
and the judgments are vosatlsfled.
Rlley was taken to Deer LoJge peniten
tiary this afternoon , In company with I3ob
Sbidwell , another murderer , to prevent
lynching , which looked possible. They were
smuggled out of town in the poor farm
StnrtHHh .Seven 1'lciltillK 1'iiInccM
nnil Xoiv HIIH Only Three.
ST. LOUIS , Jan. 11. The Anchor line ,
operating a line ot steamships between St.
Louis and southern ports , has Just made
an assignment. The assets' a.-e given at
? 9S,000 , but no statement as to Iho liabilities
to made. This city L > thj company's head
TJC Anchor line vra.i organ'i'jd ' the year
after the war and It was ono of the first
combinations started In the west. Prior to
that tlmo there were ishort steamboat lines
running -between St. Louis and Cairo , Cairo
and Memphis , Memphis and Vlckaburg ,
VIcksburg and Natchez and Natchez and
New Orleans. These short lines were all
taken Into the Anchor Line company. Tht
small boats unsuitable for the trade \vero
condemned , laid up or soil an I new boatn
were s
Two lines were started , ono between St.
Louts and Memphis and the other between
Memphis and 'Now Orleans. At the vailiius
towns along the Mississippi river freight
elevators were built and the controlling m-
tercat In these elevators was held by the
Anchor line or people Intorustcd In It. Be
tween 18C6 and 1SSO the Anchor line prac
tically controlled the tralllc on the water
way between St. Louis and Memphis and
New Orleans.
About 18SO the Mississippi Valley Trans
portation company of St Louis was organ
ized. This line , with Its 'powerful sterv
wheel tow boats and Its grain bargca , cut
Into the Anchor lino's business. The barges
and tow boats could bo operated cheaper
than the Anchor UucYj floating palaces. Rail
roads were built on each side of the Ml.y
elssippl and the passenger travel went from
the boats to the railroads.
Secretary Forbes Zelgler said today : "Tho
vast amount of liabilities has not been de
termined , but thcro Is no doubt the as.i3t.i
will cover them finally. Hard luck ha.i pur
sued us for two years. Disaster followed
discolor , until wo were temporarily forced
to the wall. When the present Anchor line
company wa.i organled there were seven
joata , the finest on the river , r/lth / an average -
ago valuation ot $50,000. There are only
three boats loft now. The best of our fleet
have been last or burned. "
DeallM ol a Day.
ORD , Neb. , Jan , 11. ( Special. ) Mcritgoni-
ery Tlmmerraan , -well-to-do farmer resld-
ng In Sprlngdale , died very suddenly this
afternoon from heart disease. Ho was un
early settler In Valley county , coming hero
rotn Now York state. Ho was an old sol
dier and a man generally respected.
STROMSIJURa. Neb. , Jan. 11. ( Special. )
Joseph Klmball died lust night , after an 111-
less ot only four Cayo , at the ago of 5S ,
Mr. Klmball was an old timer here , having
tved In this county over twenty years and In
his city the last ten years. He WM a
prominent Grand Army of the Republic
ncmbcr and that order will have entire
charge of the funeral , which -will occur on
REPUBLICAN CITY , Neb , . Jan. 11. ( Spo-
clal. ) ! : . F. Crampton , an old citizen ot thin
city , died this morning of pneumonia , at the
igi > of 73 years.
SANA FK , N. M. , Jan. ll.-Captaln C. 13.
4ordstrom. Tenth cavalry , acting Indian
agent nt Pueblo agency , died hero today of
a complication of diseases ,
Aiixtrnlliin ( Jolil
SAN FRANCISCO , Jan , ll.-JThe stcnimr
Mameda , from Australia , duo January 13 ,
carries In Its strong box nearly 200.COO goldeTi
overelgus , equal to almost Jl COO.fOO , con-
IgnedJ to the Anglo-Cullfornla bank of this
city. The remlttaiico , added to previous
ones , makes the total gold rjcelved during
ho present season from the name saurco
12rKX,000 ) , a much larger amount than has
ver come from Australia ns a balance of
rado In California's favor during the wamo
period of tlmo.
I'rimt Ciim ; > im > - WniUv the Property.
PHOKNIX , Ailz. , Jan. 11. The Merchants'
.oan nnd Trust company of Chicago has
lied new complnlntx against the Arizona
mpravcment und Canal company asking
orccloauro In the uuual manner upon the
iroperly to secure mortgage debts nmount-
ng to } ) ,400OCO. The new suits are under
load to be for the purpose of dismissing
he receivership and for securing posses-
Ion of the valuable canal properly accord-
ne to the code of procedure.
in SHOUT iioM.vxcns.
Proof of ( lie .SitaeepUlillHy or ARC to
When A suitable time shall have cl.ipsel
after the death of his second wife , which
occurred last -March , Hiram Burl , of Clear
Lake , la. , will bo reunited In marriage to
his flrst wife , Mrs. < Mlnnlc L Knowlcs ot
Rochester , N. Y. < Mr.Burl Is at present In
Rochester , and when ho leaves for the west
he will ho accompanied by the woman ho
led to the altar forty-five years ago.
The story of their early love , marriage
and separation during the civil war , whllo
both -were doing duty for the love of coun
try , ono In the ranks , the other In the hos
pitals , the years that followed , during which
each believed the other dead. Is only another
one of those truthful talcs that arc stranger
than fiction , Mr. Hurt Is a fine-appearing
man of C5 , and Mrs. Knowlc.i Is a brlghl
little woman of nearly the same age. Both
were a little reticent about giving any pub
licity to their matrimonial affair , but attor
Homo persuasion they told their story to a
correspondent of the St. Louis Globe Dm-
In the village of Hague , on the shores ol
picturesque Lake George , In the northern
part of Now York state , 'Minnie ' Klnney and
Hiram Burt were born and passed the early
years of their lives. They were children ol
well-to-do farmers. They were near neigh
bors , and the boy and girl played together
In summer and went to school together In
the winter. As thoyi grow older this friend
ship ripened Into a warmer affection , and
they were lookel upon toy their friends as
an engaged couple. At this time the heads
of the two families quarreled over the owner
ship of some land , and a long lawsuit fol
lowed. From firm friends the twain became
bitter enemies , and the young lovers were
forbidden to sco each other. Love only
laughed , however , and ono day in the sum
mer of 1852 , young .Burt and his sweetheart
rowed across the lake to the village of Ben
son , In Vermont , and were made man and
wife. There they Tesldcd. The homo life
was a happy one. Children came to them ,
and the present was so bright that the
clouds ot the future were Invisible ,
Then came the civil war. Hlium Burt
responded 4o the call for volunteers , crcsscd
over to his native t'tate and at Plattshurg
enlisted as a private In company E , Ono
Hundred and Eighteenth New York Infau-
try. iTlicn President Lincoln Issued a call for
nurses and , after providing for flier children ,
Mrs. Burt wont to Washington and enlisted
In the hospital corps.
For a tlmo husband and wife were to
gether. In Norfolk , Vn. , but the vicissitudes
of war finally bore them apart , and from
July , 18C4 , until January , 18S2 , each believed
the other dead. On the 12th ot January , In
the latter year , Hiram Burt learned that his
wlfo was living nnd ho Immediately wrote
her a letter , and explanations were made by
both parties. Mrs. Burt had heard that her
husband had been killed at Gettysburg and
after two years of walling she had married
Isaac C. Knowlcs. a surgeon In the legular
army. In order that there should bo no
complications In the future , a legal separa
tion freeing her from Mr. Burt waa secured.
In 1875 Dr. Knowles and his wlfo nnd their
children came to this city , where they re-
fllded until 1891. la that year Dr. Knowlcs
At the close ot thp war Hiram Burl re
ceived an honorable discharge and sought
about for his wlfo and children. Ho re
turned to his former home In Benson , Vt. ,
and to the village of Hague , on Lake George ,
but could find no trace of them. Then he
wont to Cassvllle , Grant county , Wls. , where
ho mot Mrs. Margaret Rlggs , a widow , with
two children. He believed his wife dead ,
but. In order to be on the safe side , he se
cured a legal separation from his first wife ,
It living , and In 1SCG .Margaret Rlggs and
Hiram Hurt were married and they lived
happily together until last Starch , when the
second Mrs. Burt died. It was whllo In cor
respondence with his daughter that Mr. Hurt
learned of the existence of his first wife and ,
after death had removed all barriers to a
second honeymoon , ho came east on his un
usual errand. They will bo married in Juno
and will live In Iowa.
Tloinnnee of IL I'liotORrnph.
Prof. Alex Melville Bell of Waehlngton
and Mrs. H. G. Shlbley of Perth , Oat. , were
the principals In the flrst wedding ceremony
performed In Greater Now York. They were
married Saturday morning at the Park Ave
nue hotel.
Prof. Bell is the father of A. Graham Bell ,
inventor of the telephone , .and is 78 years
ot age. His first wife died two years ago ,
just after Mrs. Shlbley's hustand left her a
widow. Mrs. Shlbley lived In Perth , Cat. ,
and a photograph of her graced a mantel In
the home of Dr. Kennedy , of whom Prof.
Bel ! 'became a guest last summer.
Prof. Bell was attracted' by the beauty of
the picture and begged Dr. Kennedy to bring ,
about a meeting between himself and the
original. He found that the photograph did
aot do half Justice to the woman and told
her co.
What woman could resist n pretty compli
ment , especially when delivered In the
courtly manner that marks the protestor's
every action ? Mrs. Shlbley evidently did not
try , for before long she acknowledged that
the trick of Cupid had been successful.
It was planned that the marriage of the
man of 78 to the w'omco of EC should be
celebrated In the city hall on Now Year'a
morning. But the arrangements for Mayor
Van Wyck's reception prevented. So Prof.
Bell and Mrs. Shlbley , the one coming from
Washington , the other from Ontario , met
Saturday morning 'In the parloro of the Park
Avenue hotel.
Prot. Bell's son , A. Graham Bell , and the
Mtter'ti daughter. Miss Essie May Bell ; Mrs.
Shlbley's niece , Miss Hattlo Mace , and her
nephew , Harry Guess , and C. C. Shajno were
present at the ceremony , at which Rev. Dr.
Patterson ot Blnghampton , a pupil In elocu
tion of Prof. Bell fifty years ago In Edin
burgh , Scotland , officiated.
"Neither white hairs nor years make men
old , " Prof. 'Bell said as ho received con
gratulations , "and the heart has no age.
At 17 I was not , more ardently in love than
[ am now , not less argumentative or what
nen call reasonable about it.
"No , the ago at which one ceases to fall
.n . love never comes , , and I do not know at
what ago ono begins tc fall In lovo. Per
haps it Is a gift , and the man 'born ' to love
would fall In love on a deserted Island. "
Prof , and ttlrs. IBoll will remain In New
York for a few days. Then they will go to
ils beautiful homo In 'Washington ' , which
lecorators are rearranging.
The marriage of James -B. 'Haggln ' , the
wealthy turfman of California , Kentucky
and Now York , and Miss Pearl Voorhles of
Versailles , Ky. , took place nt Versailles ,
December 30 , at the homo of Miss VoorhloV
stepfather , James P , Amsdcn , In the presence
of nicn-'bcrs ' of the brldo's family only. Miss
Voorhles was attired In blue cloth , trimmed
vlth lace. 'Mr. ' Haggln Is Cl years old and
ils bride 28. She has Icng been recognized
as ono of the handsomest young women In
Centuckey. She Is tall and slender , a
ovely type of blonde , with gray eyes and
golden brown hair , Mr. Haggln has been a
widower for four years and ban two mar
led daughters and cue son , Louts Haggln.
Ils other son , lien All Hagglu , died several
'ears ago , Air. Haggtn recently purchased
ho lE'lmcndorf ' farm , near Lexington ,
_ _ _
To t'lenu Soiled ( ilovcx ,
A young woman recently entered a drug
tore and called fcr this mixture ; Ono quart
of deodorized benzine , ono drachm of sul-
ihurlc other , ono drachm ot chloroform ,
wo drachms of alco'iol and just rciough
ologne to make It smell pleasant. When
ho order had been (11 ( loci and the fair pur-
hr < cr had departed , the clerk turned to a
cpcrter and remarked :
"Do you know what that woman wanted
ho prescr'tUlon for ? No ; well , ahe U
simply going to wash soir.o soiled gloves
n It. The preparation Is one of. the cheap-
st and best for clcaualng kid that I know
of. Pour a little of the mixture Into a
lean bowl and wash the gloves In It Just as
ou would was * . ! anything with soap and
valor. When- the soiled fpots or dirt la
bout removed , rinse the gloves In some
lean fluid , Usually , one rinsing Is sufllclent ,
but If the gloves are very much soiled rlnso
secccid time. If ( ho gloves arc of a cheap
dad It Is best to dry them on the hand , but
mio glove , after having been rubbed with
a soft cloth to smooth out the wrinkles , may
be hung on a line to dry like , an ordinary
garment. The preparation U an excellent
htng to bavo Ixtudy , not only for rejuvcnat-
ng gloves , but ( or removing grease spats
rom -clothing and carvets , and for changing
oat collars and felt hats. Any woman can
ave considerable money by following that
no's example. "
( Continued' from First Pftgo.j
plaudcd PrcsldrnL * McKlnley In his speech
and denounced Senator Hanna.
Representative .Droste announced ttiat ho
had Intended to present the name of Jcptlm
0 < irrard , but lip , \vould \ not now do BO , at the
request ot that'gentleman ,
Tlio cheering'as'tho ' votes of Mr. Orlfllth
ot Union , Manuel lot Montgomery , Joyce ol
Guernsey , Dro , lo , iKemper nnd Lauo of Ham
ilton were caeMor Hanna were tremendous.
Hcpcesetitatlvo Otis desired to explain his
vote , but was shut oft under the rules and
the ballot went on with cheers In the gallery
for Hanna ,
When the result of the ballot was an
nounced as Hanua , G6 ; McKlsson , 49 ; Warner ,
1 ; Wiley , 1 ; Lentz , 1 , thcro was considerable
stir on the democratic side.
Speaker Meson announced tbnt Marcus A.
Hanna having received a majority ot the
vote of the house was the choice ot that
body for Iho short torm. The cheering out-
sldo the halls for Hanna was re-echoed la
the ears of the members as the result was
Tlio ballot was then taken for the long
term , and It resulted the eamo , Its announce-
inont being greeted with another long and
loud demonstration. On both ballots Repre
sentative Cramer was absent and thcro were
thus only 103 votes cast.
At 12:15 : p. m. the house adjourned and
the hall wan used for A Jollification meeting
with the crowd singing , "Pralso God , from
Whom All Blessings Plow. "
The senate gallery was crowded to Us limit
when at 11 o'clock the flrst move In the great
senatorial contest wen made. The report of
the committee fixing the hour as to the time
for taking the ballot had been adopted eomo
time before , and this knowledge got outsldo
and the public crowded In. When Lieutenant
Governor Jones rapped for order and an
nounced that cttB balloting for o. United
Statcu senator was now under consideration ,
perfect quiet Immediately rclgneil. The people -
plo realized that the beginning of the end
had come , and that within a few minutes
the vote that would largely determine who
would be the next United States cenator
would come. Every senator was In his eoit
to record his action. At the aldo ot many
sat women and friends whom they had
brought In.
It was Just 11 o'clock when Senator Sulli
van nrcso to nominate Senator Hanna. Dur
ing the delivery of the addrces It was a somo-
vbat remarkable scene. The senators sat
perfectly quiet , facing the speaker. Crowded
Into th ? hall were hundreds of people taking
up every available foot of space , and yet
not a sound could be heard , save the words
of th ? sneaking senator.
Tlio vote In the senate for both the long
and short term stood 19 for McKlsson and 17
for Hanna.
With the seventeen In the senate and fifty-
six In the house , Hanna'has Just the requi
site votes for his election with all present ,
but with the absence of Representative Cra
mer , democrat , who Is dangerously sick ,
llniina has ono to spare.
A remarkable sccno took place In the sen
ate chamber when the vole from the house
vas announced. The republican ( senators , in-
ojlTod by the encouragemcut , stood In thelc
chairs and upon the floor and shouted them
selves hoarse with calls for Hanna and vic
tory : "What's tlio matter with Hanna ? "
buy shouted , 'and < the answer came back ,
"Ho's all right , "
It was several minutes before the halls
were cleared. .
The senate arid house both adjourned until
10 a. m. tomorrow.1 A Joint resolution was
adopted to meet In 'Joint session at noon to
morrow to canvass the vote cast today for
senator. iMcKls'son bad a majority of two
In the senate' toddy and Hanna of three
over all In the house. There was no election
do Jure , but there .was a de facto election.
There is nothing to prevent changes to
morrow from the -votes today , but none Is ex-
icctcd , as the canvass has been so close and
.borough. . .
When Hie two Kfcuses , adjourneJ there was
a General stampVle for the Nell house to
congratulate Senator Hanna on the trallot-
: ng. The feeling for him. became Intensely
strong tcday because ot the charges of
jrlbery that had been made by his enemies
and his friends. As many believed the
charges to have been sprung for effect on the
eve ot the balloting , thcrowere many who
said the charges did lHauna more good than
larm today.
Mayor McKlsscn denies that he pledged
himself last night to free silver or to stand
ca the Chicago platform when called into
the democratic caucus. The democrats and
others present cKifirm this report and state
fbit Mayor McKtescn eald he was a blmetal-
Hst an ! opposed to the policy of Secretary
Gage , but he would not otand for the free
and unlimited coinage .of silver. The oppo-
Dttlcn to Hanna has evidently given up the
licpo this afternoon of having any changes
: omorro\r on the joint ballot.
Representative Haslltt. who voted for Gen
eral Wiley , was a member of the democratic
steering committee and had beco working
: o 'keep the democratic members In line for
[ Judinsll , Kurtz or any other republican who
could bo elected over Hanna. He says he
voted for a democrat because he had been
'oclcd by the republicans opposed to Hanna.
They assured him I'Jot ' night that they had
eight agulnst Hanna and only
showed six on the ballot , one In the senate
and flvo In the ( house. Representative Gay-
man , chairman of the democratic steering
committee , said Hanna hid now enough
votes recorded to elect aad his election , it
la not believed , can now bo prevented , unless
some of his supportor.3 die , become seriously
11 or are absent at the Jo'.ut ballot tomsr-
row noon.
Charles Gerr.'sh ' , the coalition chief clerk
cf the house , said Hanna was considered
joitcci up to en hour before Hie legislature
convened this morning , when "the combine"
earned tbit Representatives Drosto and
Lane would not prc.scut the name of Jcptha
A. Gerrard , the silver republican who has
had headquarters in operaticii hero for over
two weeks. It was said that Drcsto would
present the name of Gerrard and Lane second
end It and tfrK the-30 two votes would cause
a deadlock and possibly make a compromise
winner out of Gerrard. When Drasto early In
the roll call voted loudly for Hanna that
was the slgial for cheers on the republican
sldu , as ho voted before the names of Grif
fith , Joyce , Lane , LManuel or uny of the
doubtful ones were called , and all the doubt
ful ones were afterwards recorded for Hanna ,
All the republican fuslcsilsta from Cincinnati
voted for Hanna except Otis.
Hardly had -the result of the ballot been
announced before a crowd filled the corridors
and cheered fornllanna. It swept through the
house oud out on , the streets. Senator Hanna
responded to th'6 'repeated calls from his
friends and In answer to their demands made
? . t'iierc'.i ' cDnrrcl-tiilatliig them on behalf of
the republican , party for the auspicious out
come. 01. 1
"It la not so.much a matter of personality
with me , " said' hot "as it Is a question of
keeping the pld fjed atul upholding the Integ
rity of the pafty and of giving heed to the
will of the peojpfe./ ;
The excited firfw' ' lifted the senator from
the lloor aid man utter man embraced aim ,
while others WorcC shaking both hands.
Fj.wlly the crowd' was held back and got
Into line and / < ? r ' ! ' " > ' cn hour the senator
atood and grasped' the has j and listened
to the exultant ncngratulatlcna of < ho crowd.
"TiianX , God tiie flight will prevail , " ' "I'ralse
God from whom all bleraings flow/1 and
llndrcd : cxpreajlijha filled the air In choral
singing , Olio'1'voter , , with uplifted hat
shouted : "Senator , this tikes a loud eft mo
as big a.s a freight car. " The crowd's cheering -
ing continued unalated during the aftornocn ,
The feeling of relief among the republicans
was Indescribable , The whole city was wild
with excitement.
At the 'Great Southern hotel there werp
many complaints agMlagt members on the
democratic side , os well as on the republican
sldo of the house , Hcmo charged that Mr.
Kurtz sacrificed McICl&soK 2nd did not want
to bo voted for himself for senator when
tnero were not enough votes In sight to
The democratic members were holding
ccafercticca with a view to bringing out a
straight democratic candidate for senator to
morrow uml for that honor John R , McLean
waa the favorite. In that event It was
thought Itanra might tomorrow secure the
enllro republican veto ,
The following statement was given out this
afternoon by the representatives of the gen
eral assembly who refused to vote fir Mr ,
Hanna :
Whereas , Charges of attempted bribery
In connection with the clecthn of n United
States senator have been made on the floor
of the house ot representatives against
lion , M. A. Hanna , Charles Dick , S. D.
Hollenbcck and ono Henry Harrison Uoyce ;
Whereas , Other changes of bribery have
boon mada In connection with the said elec
tion ; now , therefore , we , the undersigned
members of the seventy-third assembly of
the state of Ohio , earnestly ask that before
proceeding further with the election of ft
senator to nil the vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Hon. John Sherman that
a Joint committee be appointed from the
senate and house of representatives with
power to send for persons nnd papers , and
to thoroughly Investigate and report to the
respective houses the truth or falsity ot
such charges. Having an abiding fnlth and
confidence In the truth of the charges of
bribery made against the above named
parties. In the nnmo of the people of this
great state nnd In the nnmo of Justice nnd
purity of conduct , In the name ot public
morals and In the iinmo , of everything that
Is dear to n , patriotic people , wo ask and
demand that such Investigation be had ,
and regardless of our determined opposition
to the election of Senator Ilnniia , It such
Investigation shall result In showing that
said charges of bribery are itntrua wo
pledge ourselves to vote for Senator llnnna
in the general assembly of Ohio for both
the short nnd long terms.
This Is signed by C. O. Rutan , Vernon II.
Burke , William A. Scott , Jr. , Harry C. Mason
and John J. Jones.
I Join In earnestly asking for the Investi
gation , but I cannot In any event vote for
Mr. Hanna , for I absolutely know that he
did attempt to bribe.
( Signed ) JOHN C. OTIS.
I concur In asking for an Investigation of
the whole matter.
( Signed ) SI. U URAML12Y.
Harry C. Mason of Cleveland , speaker ot
the house , tonight gave out 'he following :
To the Public : Tlio principal reason why
I have been opposed to Mr. Hanna Is be
cause ot the fact that two years ng-o , when
the Ilfly-year franchise bill was before the
legislature , I was approached by a man
from Cleveland who was lobbying In the
Interest of that bill. He offered mo a bribe
of $1,214 If 1 would vote for that measure.
At my conference with Mr. Hanna. last
Saturday I told him that this reason would
prevent mu from supporting him , because
I believed ho knew the street railway of
which howas president was behind the man
who offered the bribe , and that ho himself
was on the ground lobbying1 In the Interest
of the bill. HARHY C. MASON.
The democratic steering committee of the
fuslonlsts tonight Issued the following :
To the I'ubuo : Marcus A. Ilunna will nut
bo elected by this legislature.
Colonel Jcptha Gerrard ot Cincinnati , who
has been spoken of as the candidate of the
free silver republicans for senator , when In-
lofinod that Hanna had received enough
votes to elect him , did not appear surprised
uid Fr > eke as If ho expected such a result.
Ho said : "It was Impossible to secure the
vote of the Cincinnati delegation for Mc
Klsson , as his sympathy for silver waa
doubted. "
ui > > oinor Bushncll tonight said : "I sim
ply deslro to repeat the statement which 1
made a day or two since that the result of
the contest rests with the members of the
legislature. Whoever they may elect will
receive my cordial support. " The governor
again reiterated that ho had been misrepre
sented and misquoted by certain newspa
pers and declared that In some Instances
absolute maliciousness had been reached.
Mayor McKI&son of Cleveland was In con
ference during the evening with the oppo
sition and It was declared very omphq , t-
cally by Its leaders that the fight had not
by any means been lost and that they would
again rally their forces In the Joint ballot
tomorrow to a sufficient degree to win the
Ine democratic members of the legislature
held another conference tonight , at which
Judge Ditty , a member of the fusion steering
committee , reported that Kurtz had promised
two moro republican votes on the joint bal
lot tomorrow. Notwithstanding this report
It was Impossible to get the three democrats
who voted against McKlsson today to pledge
themselves for him tomorrow. Sevcrol other
democratic members refused to attend tlio
conference , although they were repeatedly
sent for. After repeated efforts to get all of
the democrats to vote with the six dissent
ing republicans , and a failure to do so , the
conference adjourned until 9 o'clock tomor
row morning.
The workers for the opposition against
Hanna will not sleep tonight , but will put In
all the time until the joint ballot Is taken
tomorrow at noon. Several members who
voted for Senator Hanna today were In con
ference with the opponents of Hanna. at
'the Great Southern hotel tonight , ibut no
changes were announced. The chase for
cbangco In the vote will be kept up even to
the entrance to the state hoiuo tomorrow ,
when the members can get relief on enter
ing their respective halls.
Among the propositions pending Is ono to
drop McKlsson tomorrow and vote for
Jeptha Oarr > : rd. Representatives Droste and
Line , who had been- favorable to Garrard ,
voted for Hanna today. Garrard's friends
say there was a tlmo when the coalition
might have been elected , but now they do
not propose to have him nominated as a
In connection with the bribery stories to
night It is reported that witnesses will be
called tefore the grand jury here for Indict
ments against several prominent opponent *
of Hanna for conspiracy and on like charges
at Cincinnati for all connected with the Otis
OIRC and Its publication.
My < < 'rliMiN DlNiipprnriiin'e Solved ,
ST. LOUIS , Jan. 11. In the finding of the
body of a well dressed woman In the MIs-
slsslppl river , opposite South St. Ixiuls , the
police today solved the mysterious disap
pearance of Mrs. William T. Ciempp , the
widow who left her home In this city No
vember 11.
Tumid DI-II il 111 Illn Hum.
YOUNOSTOWN , O. , Jan. 10. David O.
Hall ot Hubbard , nn Iron manufacturer of
the Mnhonlng1 valley , was found dead In
his barn yesterday evening. Ills body was
hanging over u manger when discovered.
Ho was .13 years old. Heart disease is
thought to have caused his death.
Filial Full on 1111 Icy Sli
MADISON , Wls. , Jan. 11. Justice I. W.
Newman of the supreme court fell on nn
Icy Hldcwalk today while walking from his
residence to the capltol , striking lilsi bend
with great force on thn walk , fracturing his
skull. The doctors Hay ho JIUB one chance
In I.VOO for recovery.
' .Men Full Don-ii n Shaft.
III3OMOSILLO , Mex. , Jan , 11. By the
falling of a cage In the Creston mine at
Mlnas Plcastras eight men wore hurled 500
feet to the bottom of the shaft. Flvo were
killed outrlpht nnd the remaining thrco uro
not expected to survive.
ClinrKfil with KlIlliiKHlN Wife.
DALLAS , Tex. , Jan. 11. This morning the
ivlfo of Eugene Leo was found murdered in
her bed at Ennls. She had been shot
through the head. Her husnand nun been
arrested. Thcro arc great excitement and
threats of lynching ,
IMliicVorkrrN1 Convention.
COLUMBUS , O. , Jan. 11. The United
Sllno Workers of America met hero today.
At the close of the session the body , at the
expense of the operators , will so to Chicago
cage January 17 to fix mining rates for the
ensuing year.
Most Torturing , Disfiguring ,
Of Itching , burning , bleeding , scaly skin
nnd scalp 1 mm ore is instantly relieved
l y a warm bath with CUTICUHA SOAH ,
tn slnglo application of CUTICUUA ( oliit-
incut ) , the great skin euro , and a full close
of CUTICUICA RESOLVENT , greatest of blood
puriUcra and humor cures.
Iin > iii : E3 speedily , permanently , and
economically cure , when nil ulso falls.
r-i l > it ; < l An Tutu , AMo IVopi. IlottoQ ,
> JUw u Curv 1 I * O "k' ' univr , fr' < > .
rllflrLY sun- .
Fnvnrllrn In Hotter Form nnit 1'onr
of Thorn Win ,
NEW ORLHANS , Jan. ll.-FAVorltcs were
In much better form today , and four landed
flrst money. Despite the prohibitive price ,
Forbush was played , and Oral , In the last
race , was the best supported choice of the
day , AVeathcr clear ) track good. Results :
First race , sclllnp. thlrteen-slxtecnths of
a mile : W C T won , Everest second nnil
Alice C third. Time ! 1:23. :
Second race , one mile : Forbush won ,
Robert Homier second nnd Jack Hayes
third. Time : l:44V4. :
Third race , selling , ono mile nnd a half :
Pets Kitchen won , Nannie L's Sister second
end and Courtesy third. Tlmo : 2:41H.
Fourth race , handicap , six furlongs ! Hello
of Mcmh | > ls won , Sllgo second nnd JJrlgh-
ton third. Time : l:15)i. :
Fifth race , ono mile : Sea Robber won ,
ISltholIn second nnd George 1J. Cox third.
Tlmoi 1:44. :
Sixth race , fselllnjr , six and n half fur
longs ! Oral won , Sauterne second and
Rebecca 11 third. Tlmo : 1:23. :
SAN FUANCISCO , Jan. II. Results nt
Oakland :
First race , purse , three-quarters of n mile :
Mlstleton won , Roulette Wheel second ami
Malnbar third. Time : l:16i. :
Second race , three-quarters of a mile , sell
ing : Al Koran won , Ablna second and
Morlnga third. Time : lilT'/j.
Third race , one mile Rubicon won , Dou
ble Quick second and Paul Grlgga third ,
Tlmo : l:44 : ,
Fourth race , three-quarters of n. mile :
May W won , Tea Rose III second nnd Mid
night thlni. Tlmo 1:16 : % .
Fifth race , seven-eights of a mile , sellIng -
Ing : Argentina won , Osrlo II second and
Earl Cochrnno third. Tlmo :
Important Acllon Tnken by AIIIIT-
lonii Turf CiiiiKrt'NM.
LEXINGTON , Ky. , Jan. 11. The Hoard of
Appeals of the American Turf congress has
decided that the case of John llranon
should bo referred back to the Lntonla
Jockey club , ns Hranon's alleged fraudulent
work was done prior to the creation of the
board. i
lllppolyto Chevalier , who was mixed up
In the Llttlo Pete srnudnl In California ,
petitioned the board for reinstatement ,
which was refused. The case of Jockey
Kddle Dorsey was not before the board.
The following resolutions wcru unani
mously adopted :
"Whereas , Racing prohibited by tho'rules
of the turf congress hns practically ceased ,
"Whereas , It la the full determination to
nltord no excuse 'or Immunity to those
offending against said rules ; be It
Resolved , That nil persons heretofore out
lawed for participating In races on un
recognized race tracks located west of the
eighty-first meridian are hereby reinstated
from this date to the privileges of nil tracks
racing under the jurisdiction of the Ameri
can Turf congress. This In not Intended to
Included suspended , ruled-on" , or outlawed
horses , nnd it Is not Intended to apply to
persons suspended or ruled off by the ac
tion of members of the turf congress or by
the action of any turf authority. "
Wlirel Cluli Mcrtlnpr.
A good portion of the monthly meeting of
the Union Pacific Wheel club , nt the Millard -
lard hotel last night , was devoted to a dis
cussion of the tug-of-wnr contest with the
H. & M. Wheel club , which takes place ,
with other athletic events , on the night or
January 20 at the Turner hall. The chal-
leniio from the IJ. it M. Wheel club was
formally accepted. A list of likely ellglbles
for the team was drawn up and the selec
tion will be made In the next few days and
practice will begin. J. L. Llvcsey was se
lected as captain ot the team. The condi
tions of the match will be arranged by the
captains of ihe two teams. H. Lancaster ,
F. A. Gordon , E. W. Uurrouglis und U. C.
Fowler wore elected delepates to the As
sociated Cycling clubs. Some preliminary
arrangements were made for a smoker to
be given In Royal Arcanum hall In The
Uec building on the second Saturday In
Corlii-H Wniitx IIic Urownn.
ST. LOUIS , Jan. 11. James J. Cot belt is
the latest customer of Chris Von der Aho
for his base ball franchise and team. Cor-
bett said that ho would like to buy the
Browns and was willing to put up n good
piece of money for the club. "In fact , " said
the ex-champion , "I have n man working on
It now. I would like to buy and , iproperly
managed. It would bo a good thing nail
would pay mo nicely after I had the team
strengthened and going right. Of course 1
would have to lose some money for a year
or two , but in the end I would get it all
back. "
Ilnnlc Oanlilor Sliootn Himself.
PEORLY. Jan. 11. Cashier Al. T. Cavcrty
or the State bank nt Elmwood shot him
self today and he Is not expected to live.
He has been In poor health for some time.
.V ' 1,011(7 Search Fliuilly Sccnrc-H the
After a person hns struggled for years
with such a dlgustlng malady as catarrh
and exhausts the entire catagory of things
remedial ho 13 decidedly pkeqtlcal. And
when he finally meets with a remedy that
cures him completely he Is not backward
about telling- others of the fact. This ex
plains why we ECO so many prominent pee
ple's names In the newspapers testifying to
the merits of whatever has been the means
of restoring them to health. The following
letter from President Arthur of the States
man Printing Co. . Marshall , Mich. , Is an il
lustration ot this fact :
Mr. C. E. Gauss , Marshall. Mich. My
Dear Sir : I commenced to take your ca
tarrh tablets with no Idea that they would
do mo any good. A friend told me they nverc
effective ; that they had cured him. etc. , so
I purchased a box as I have purchased
hundreds of catarrh remedies before
without much faith. My condition was
frightful. My head was all stopped up and I
suffered extreme misery. Droppings from
the none at night made my throat ami lungs
very bad and 1 was In constant fear of
consumption. I hacked nnd coughed and
omitted stuff to such an extent that I must
have dlHgusted my friends.
Now It Is dililuiilt. I noticed nn Improve
ment In my condition the second day after
I began takingtlio tablets. The first thing
they did WUH to clear my head. Gradually
my throat nnd lungs wore relieved and to
my surprise , my stomach , which has been
weak from the effects of my long ntandlng
nase of catarrh , commenced to Improve.
l need say no more. TJIOSO wno nave nn
old cnso of catarrh to deal with will under-
Htaml the Hltuatlon thoroughly , nnd It Is for.
the benefit of all such that I furnish you
with this testimonial. I never gave ono be
fore ar.d do not believe In proprietary medi
cines as a rule , but you certainly have a
good thing and I wish you the success you
richly deserve , Vpry respectfully yours ,
The tnblctH nro sold by druggists under
the name of Gauss Catarrh Tnhlatx , at 0
cents u box and where the druggist docs not
keep them or won't get them for you they
will bo mailed prepaid upon receipt of price
by C , E , Oauss , 'Marshall , Mich.
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Friday Matinee
At 3 F. M.
Direction Km UK Aileliniiiui ,
JBOYD'S Manager * . Tel. 1019.
3 NIGHTS-Thur dny , Jnu.,13
Big Extravaganza Success ,
PRICKS Lower floor. tl.OO , 73oj balcony ,
73c , We. Matinee , lower lloor , 75c , Wo ; bal
cony. Me , 25c.
Fine Skating
Exciting Tobogganing
Day and Night.
Admission , YSr1
Including admission to the Ice . , , , . * *
Professor Woltz Cliatilploil tikntcr.
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13th nnd Douglas Sts. , Omaha ,
Tiuii'ri < : i\Tii AND JOMOS KTRKKTS ,
110 roonin , baths , iitcam heat and all modern
convenience * . Hutea. 11,60 and 12.00 per dty.
Tatle unexcelled. t > ( Kx-lul low rate * to reeulUI