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8 THE DAILY J3EE : PhlDAY OCTOBER 2T
The district court was occupied yestfcr
day with the case of the robbery by 1'linl-
well , Dorsny and McDonald , at FJorouco.
I ( The case U not yet completed.
No rcoly being received irom his CL1
I ) . cage relative , the remains of Gustav F.
Kapp , who was killed by the cars the other
nlht wera ouried atthe [ poor fann yoster-
At dusk Wednesday , the moon which
was at Its full appeared with a halo around
It , which M the moon roio gradually became -
came n perfect circle , which was remarka
ble for Its unusual size. It WAD well defined -
fined and seemed to be about ' 00 fet t in
diameter. A man versed in astronomy
says the halo portends a terrible storm ,
hut as the air was too hazy to allow the
stain within the clrclo to ba counted II It
not possible to say ho nrsounit will come.
At a republican caucus held In the
Fifth ward Wednesday , with Henry liolln
us chairman , the following delegates were
nominated to bo voted for at the primaries ,
Friday 27th : Tom Cummin ? * , Jno. Gwln ,
Joseph lledtnan , Jno , MacDinnld , jr. , D.
St. Guyor , James U. 1'runcr , W , Krutoh-
fol. For constable , J. T. Mnnnln ? , Ghts.
Hollo. For assessor , S. Wakofie'.d. Jut-
tlco of the pence , Win. Connor , A , Gsiui-
A meeting of eight or nlna of the
hoailcit Douglas tticot property owners
was held Wednesday to consider the project
! ' - of widening the Mdow.ilkH to twenty feet ,
Three-fourths of the properly holders pe
titioned the city council to widen tbo uit'o.
walks , and the council was inclined to
grant It ; but then thu question of expense
-I of moving the curb came up , and they re
- fused to grant the petition. However ,
three-fourths cf the property owners want
a twenty-foot sidewalk , the sume as other
streets , and they also want an asphalt gut'
tor complete , not one-half asphalt and one1
half Btone , as intended. They proi > ono to
UPB every effort at once to widen the walks
and have asphalt gutters ,
The new und trim little hull of Mciurs.
Fcoucy & Connolly , comer o f 10th and
Hurt RtieetB. was dedicated Wednesday
night by a social dance by tlio
members of the Burns club and their
f rlende , There was a full attendance am !
n most delightful time speut. Bincl
the principal enjoyment of the evening ,
'was interspersed dy vocnl and instrumental
mimic. Mr. Moodlo sang 'The Anchor's
Weighed , " Mrs C. Cheenoy sang "Soot-
land Yot" and Mr , Baur i-aug "JJartln1 cf
the Inor. ) " The lnttrumciit.il nolos by
Movrs. , U-ihd , Stlrrlckoy aud l.'ickonn ,
were highly appreciated as alto n recita
tion by Mr. JUIrJ. Feency & Conncllj
bull Is a mott ilellghtful place fur such tn
"Windy Joe , " the man who cut Dug
Harm Weducsilay night , was arrettud yep-
terdayon a warrant charging him wit )
stubbing with Intent to kill.
H. Manuwcllcr , arrested on the charge
of rnblilng t\ man of a portion of Ills pay ,
received in the thape of a check , for' work
at the Florence cut-nil , was < ri cliar Ci
yesterday for the roanou that the jiroco
outing witness did cot appear until i
oVIiok , und then lu a decidedly how
A BAB CAfcE. t
A Family of Nebraska Si'ttlera Rpb-
bed at tbo Transfer. " , .
r A sorrowful looking family parly
WAS gathered at the Union Pacific
depot at noon yesterday about the time
of thu departure ) of tbo west-bound
train. It consisted of a man , hin vrifu
j i and fourohildron , who were on route
1 , ' ' from NowYork to Bullo
* ' ' Crock , where the head of the
' ; . fiimily .1ms a brother ret id ing ,
\ . ' who is in very ordinary circumstances.
T7--S , " Samuel Ooby was n farmer in the Kin-
piru state and came out with the intention -
\ tention cf bcttlingat the place nlro&dy
nwnod where his brother is thu poo-
teesor of n house and lot but of very
little worldly means. Mr. OM > ;
brought along with him $220 ever and
fcbovo the expenses of the trip. This
amount ho kept in his rent
pocket on the inside whilst they came
on the 0. B , & Q. , and slept on the
cars until they stopped at the tttnefe'r.
When Mr. Goby woke he felt 'for his
money and found it mleslnr ; . Ho was ,
horjcvcr , much aitonuhodVand it was
n heavy biotr , as it left him "with but
tivo or cix dollari to carry him from
Jb"retnout to Belle Creek and pay. , hi $
ozi ) ii eu aftir oitiving thuro , a 'tiis
tickets only read to Fremr/nt ,
Ilo had h family of four fine louliirf ;
boys , and both ho and his wife were
intelligent and good looking pi > plu
Ho was nil brok up by the unfortunate
nato loss , and lias no doubt but tb&t
hla money was etolon from his
pocket while ho was asleep
as ho cays he has always been accus
tomed to carrying money in that way ,
and never before lost any , The cix
or fevtn dollars that he lies left is all
tt o property ho hay in the world , und
ho felt very btdly at landing in
new country and among strangers with
such a poor provision for the np-
A FLYING VISIT.
The Jay Gould Paity Comes and
Goes Like a Tale That
is Told ,
Tbo Personnel and Object of
the Vieitiutr Party.
Otbor Railway Mown nnd Noue ,
Local nna Otherwise.
The Gould party , after spending the
night on the siding at Weeping Water ,
oo'c an early start nnd arrived in
) mnhn yesterday nt 8:15 : o'clock.
? ho special train conalsttd of an en
gine , baggage car nnd four of
icon' cars , The party consisted of
Ir. Gould , A. L. Hopkins , U. 3.
Hays , J. W , Miller , of the United
Itatoa navy , II , 0 , Ole wry , of the
Vostorn Union Telegraph company ,
0. Gnult and Ilobcrt Andrew * .
ilcsirs. Oiult , Ole wry nnd Andrews
mot the train nt Toledo and II , a.
lays wan picked up at Fort Wayne ,
"hero wore also Messrs. Talmego.
loxio Aim Dunham , of the Missouri
The special was mot at the depot
. ' General Manager Kimball , Sopor-
ntondont Morcsmnn , Superintendent
) lckoy nnd other U. P. cflicinls. Mr.
Jlowry and n portion of the party
rcvo up town and inspected the now
oflico of the Western Union , in the
now Millard bank , Mr. Gould and the
cst cf tho'parly remaining nt thn do-
> ot. At 9:15 o'clock the special pull-
icross the river , nnd nil , except
Messrs. Talmagn and Dunham , pro-
loodod south over the Wnbash , the
attor gentlemen going south ever the
Missouri Pacific nt 10:00 : o'clock
on n special trnln of their
own. To a BEK reporter Mr. Guuld
said there were several now lines ro-
iontly completed which ho wished to
ook ever , ono of which ia the line re
cently complotcd between Atchiaon
ind Omaha. A run will bo made lees
) es Moines , and ihonco the party will
go to Chicntso ever the now line just
iomploled by the Wabashand Chicago ,
jurlington & Quincy , known as the
lummiaton & Snonandonh road. At
Jhicago it is the intention of
\Ir. \ Gould to consummate arrange
ments for the purchase of the
Chicago it Western Indiana road ,
ho means of entrances of the Wabash ,
Chicago & Eastern Illinois , Louisville
t Nashville , Atlantic & Chicago , nnd
Chicago & Grand Trunk roads into
ho city of Chicago. This line has
> oen leased by the roads named , and
"t is now proposed to purchase the
ink out and Out , and nlso complete
the Belt Line around Chicago. The
nonoy for this purpose has given out ,
end Mr. Gould will look into the mat
er with the intention , if he finds nil
straight , of furnishing the money ro-
juirod to complete the belt.
A WINTER BRIDGE.
M. D. Thayer nnd his brother
tlonry , engineers of the Nebraska di
vision of tlio St. Paul , are in the city
: o locate the company'a winter
bridge. The elder brother informed
i reporter yesterday that the river
IBS been steadily growing wider at
ho bridge eito since the first bridge
m3 put in two years ago. The river
won then but 800 feet wide. List
season 1,000 feet had to bo bridged ,
and now chin width is increased to 1-
250 feet. The cutting has boon mostly
on the onndbar opposite the landing
on the city sido. This cutting will
make it necessary to build anew grade
on that side .further back from the
river. This now grade will curve back
nnd strike the old track below thu
transfer landing. The gradingou this
ourvo will begin this wcik , and pile
driving will commence within n fo *
dayn. As last eeason , the bridge will
bo mostly bailt before the freeze-up
oomos. Sioux City Journal.
THE BIODX CITY ROUTE.
The Sioux City rcuto to Omaha and
other Union Pacific pointo is some
thing nero than a play house lino.
Botweun thirty nnd forty cars ol
freight were turned ever by the SI.
Paul to the Central yesterday. It is
an encouraging fact that sorao of this
was grain from points on the
Union Pacific rowhod via
Norfolk To get freight from
Chicago to Omaha via Sioux City , but
four days time is needed , three days
between Chicago and this city nnd ono
day botwcon Sioux City nnd Ouuha.
Tho.freight that arrives from Chicago
, iutjuu night in crossed to the Nebraska
Mdo/early in the morning and roaches
Omaha thu same evening. The fact
that not only Omaha dealers but the
Union PttciGo is giving the S oux City
route business , indicated that the now
line him ooino to stay. [ Sioux City
A nvjs roiMTEg.
'IUt ( Senatorial OoueoJlduted Comedy
The 'conclnvn of the fire equatorial
delegate * took place Wodiiorday nnd a
Cvo'partito agreement was perfected ,
The parties to Iho compact have eat up
tickets to bo voted in the different
wards nud precincts ut the republican
primaries to bo held to-day , which
nro very satisfactory to them and have
the approval of John M. Thurston ,
but may not bo quite as satisfactory to
the republicans who are to do the elect
ing.It is now arranged that Hascall is
to keep Mike Meanoy and O'Brien
im iho background in the Second
yard , while McGuckin ia to have n
Irani coat on the delegation ,
A terrible dilemma stares the com
bination , in tbo face in the Fifth ,
whoio Lredor and Redman have
joinedtic.nds. Neither of the eenu.
torial candidates dares to fight them ,
and/yct iiono of them have so far nut
thpin on their slate.
* Intho | country , poor house Plorco has
.been apreofi upon by Millard. Her-
clan Timme is in about the samu fix
as Lceder and Rodman.
. The Irish are to bo represented by F.
V.i Gray , nhtils also very satisfactory
to Mr. Millard. , As an offset to Gray ,
] } | > ColpeUttr is also talked of to
we.Yoa4ho other lumber yard , so that
the rebate business shall not bo all on
W , J. Connell is talked of as the
weight for the acnato and Mr.
[ Jtoatch ia in the hands of his friends
tor either houeo.
The colored troops arc fighting
miong themselves nnd aa usual will
iituro vciy conspicuously aa dele
Frank Wnltras has taken a contract
o deliver the Sandinaviana hut thuj
lon't all cecm Inclined to no that way.
The Plasterers and Brick-Layers
Delegates Appointed to the
The plasterers and brick-loynrs held
separate conventions at Kcssler'a hall ,
on Thirteenth street , laat evening.
Joth conventiona or caucuses were
well attended , and the utmost har
mony prevailed. The eontimont generally >
orally , ns will bo acen from what fol-
OWB , was in favor of a mechanic aa a
representative in the legislature.
Mr. Peter Hoffman waa callo'd to
ho uliuir uuu btutuu the object of the
Mr. John Finan , waa made tccro-
It waa moved and seconded that
ho chair appoint five delegates to the
L'iiu loliuWiiig were then appointed ,
ho Cr t named being on motion made
hairman of the delegation : Peter
? < ffiran , John Finan , J. 0. Bren-
nau , F. P. McQrath , Matt DufBn ,
Ir , J. 0. 15 r en nan moved that the
luloQatoa bo instructed to nominate a
mechanic ns county commissioner at
hu convention. Carried.
Mr. Uranntin alao moved that the
dutuiary bo inatructcd to furnish ere-
lontials to the delegates.
Mr. Urennan moved that the dele
ft ten bu instructed to procure the
lomiuation of William Turtle an a
andidato for representative in the
The convrntion then adjouinod.
THE CUIUKLAYEBR ,
On motion William Turtle waa
made chairma * and Thomaa Bontou
Mr. O'Kecfo moved the appoint-
iiout of five dele atea to the county
The following named ccntlemen
were agreed upon : Johu O'Kecfo , A.
> ivinir. ) P. White , S. J. Pattonand
Mr. PiUton then addressed the
mooting in advocacy of the claims of
rlr. Turtle aa representative in the
A motion waa made extending a vote
f thinks to the plastcrcra for norain-
ting ono of the brioklaycro as a can-
lidato for representative ) .
Mr. 0 K efo moved that the reao-
utlon of the plasterers , in regard to
he nomination of a practical mechanic
oa county uommiasionor bo adopted.
Mr. Curby waa called upon and ad-
ocatnd the claims of a mechanic for
ommissionor , and pledged himself to
lo all ho could to elect him. He
bought also , ie was necessary to Bond
L mechanic to the legislature. Ho
aid although ho waa not a member of
ho union , ho was there by invitation ,
md rympathizod with the objects of
Mr. Bronnan next addressed the
mooting in a few pertinent remarks.
Mr. O'Koofo apoko next , ezproaaing
the idea that the mechanics shdJld bo
rt'picsuutod in the legislature at Lin
Mr. O'Mor.i next spoke , in the general -
oral tone of the other speakers.
Mr. Tuttle waa then called out and
made a neat speech. Ho eaid as a
cnndidato ho ntood on the grounds of
no political trickery. If ho should
bo the ono whom they wanted as leg
islator , ho lukod their votoa ; otherwise
Mr. Dowling next epuka and draw
a parallel between the chunces of n
woiking man in this and the old coun
try. The wprkingmeu do not pretend
to bo politicians , but nevertheless
have a voice in the councils of the na
tion. The moro men put up acainal
the monopolists the moro wo will wor
ry thorn. When wo ace a chanca for get
ting in a workingman wo should improve -
provo it. All the woikingmon should
use all the knowludgo they have in
defeating thu raouDpoliats.
Mr. Oonil then made a few romarko ,
which wrru highly applauded.
Mr. O'Mant again made a few re-
Mr. Patton ngniu took the floor ,
llo compared the eli democratic party
in ilio days of Buchanan and Frcmoni
with the republican party of to-day.
A now party had to bo born , nnd the
wuikingmcn might aa well ba the
father o'f it au any other class of poo-
plo. The trouble with the republican
party is that when wo elect a man to
the Jpgisldturo , the -hanoia are that
the monopolists will buy him , Let us
olcct n man in whom we have the
moat implicit confidence. The trouble
with ull organizations is to keep tlio
people together , and hold thvm tote
to thuir work. Ho thought William
Perm was ono of the greatest organiz
ers he ever know ,
"If at first wo don't succeed , try
try again , "
Mr , 0 Koefo raovod that the tccro-
( ary furnish thu delegates \\ith proper
credentials. Adjourned ,
Catarrh of thu Bladder.
Stinging irritation , iulUimuntion ,
nil Kidney and Urinary complaints ,
nrooured "Buohupaiba , " . $1.
Dwelling HOUBO Burned Narrow
Escape 01 tlio Shot Tower.
Just aa the fire bolla were about to
atriku the hour of 12 yesterday ui
alarm was sent in from the agricultura
warohouEo of Ileea & Manning , on
Thirteenth and Leavonworth streets.
Noa. 2 and 3 turned out , with the
Hooks , and within tbreo minutes
from the sending of the message
were nt the eceno of the
fire , which waa found consuming
a small story and a half frame cottage
on Jones , near Thirteenth street
The houeo belonged to the estate o ,
0. Wilt , deceased , and Is occupied by
J. Schroeder , a shoemaker , whoso
family occupied the back rooms and
secoird floor.flho fire originated from
a defective flue in the shop or front
room , and eproad between the walls ,
not being discovered for half an hour
aftnr it had slatted.
On the arrival of the fire depart
ment vator wna promptly turned
on nnd the lirn quenched
in a few moments. The building ia
quite small and was badly used .up be
tween the two destroying elements.
Mr Hchroedor's lose will bo probably
$100 , and the losa on the building
about the same. No insurance.
TUB SHOT TOTTEll ,
Between f > and 0 o'clock Wednca
day a fira broku out in the flue of the
ohot tower , where lead ia melted , It
nraa Boon discovered , but a bucket of
walor promptly applied checked a
conflagrution , which might have de
stroyed the whole institution a
In the police court yesterday Mulock
vounen waa sentenced to imprison
ment for twenty daya for assault ,
. Kato McNamara waa committed in
default of $10 and coats for being
rtt Kearney for disturbance of iho
nace , had his case continued for ono
Two other caaoa of disturbance of
bo peace were continued for ono
* Julius Ctuinr.
Miaa Popploton'n lecture nnd road-
nga from Julius Ciuiar drew a largo
audience to Boyd's opera house Wed
nesday. The lecture , which partook
of the character of an analysis of the
characters of Brutus , Cassias and An-
.ony , was read from manuacipt in the
easy and graceful ininnnr for which
rlias Popploton ia oo well known.
That her audience iu the rear
of the opera house waa compelled
o strain their attention waa due "more
o the nizo of the auditorium than to
my lack of distinctness intho speaker.
Miss Popploton followed Schlogol
n making Brutua the chief char-
ictcr in the drama , and
n attributing the final defeat of the
ilot to Ill's inherent nobility of.charac-
er which refused to lend itself to the
arts of the politician. The eaoay
liowed laborious avudy of the boat
) hiloaophicnl criticifin from Coleridge
o Gcrvinus and much originality in
idaptation. The analyaia waa keen
md discriminating , couched in excel-
uut language and delivered in a forci-
> lo and graceful manner. In the il-
ustrativo rcudinca Miaa Popple ton cx-
libltcd considerable dramatic power.
She was at her best in the touching
uturvievr between Brutua and Portia
which was given with rare tenderness
> f fooling. Boyd'a opera house haa
loard from professional actors much
esa satisfactory icadinca of the lines
'n the orations of Brutus and Antony
than given lasfc oveninp. The
entertainment waa well received by the
audmnco and the proceeds will provo
t welcome addition to the building
und of Trinity cathedral.
TlEDDiNO't Kusiinn Sa'voisan inval
able drussm tor inflamed and sore joint
The Nebraska Congregatlonallats In
The Nebraska State Congregational
association hold its opening meeting
Widaeiday in the Congregational
church of this city , the sermon being
delivered by Rev. Walter M. Bar
rows , secretary of the American
Homo Missionary society.
Friday morning 8:45. : Devotion
al service ; 9:30. : Minutoj ; 9:40. : Essay ,
Rov. A. T. Swing , Fremont : 10:00. :
"When Should a Minister Resign and
Withdraw From His Field ? " Dis
cussion by laymen only ; 11:00. For
eign minsiono , American board. Ad-
ilreso , Rev. S. J. Humphrey , D. D. ,
Chicago. Meeting of Lidiea' Mia-
eionary nociety during the day.
Friday Aiternoon 2:00. : Powerof
the Holy Spirit. Address , Rev. Rob
ert West , Chicago ; 3:00. : The Relig
inus Newspaper Rev , H. A. French ,
Milferd , and others ; 4:00. : Reporta
of local asaociations , clerks.
Friday Evening 7:30. : The Church
Builaintr Society. State report , Rev.
Bern. Dean , Exeter. Addresses ,
Rev , W. M. Barrows , N. Y. , Rov.
Robert West , Chicago , Rov. L. Oobb ,
general secretary , N. Y.
Saturday Morning 8:45. : Devo-
Honitl serviop ; 9:30. : Minutes ; 0:40. :
Sabbath eohooli ; reports ; 10:15. :
Addresa , "The Training of Sunday
School Teacher * , " Rov. J. 1) . Stewart -
art , Hasting * ; discnesnn ; 11:00 : , Ad
dress , Ruv. A. E. Dunning , S. S. see
rutary , Boston.
Saturday Afternoon 2:00. : Ameri
can Bible society report. Rev. O. W.
Wainbright , superintendent. Finance
committee report. State central com-
mitte report , Temperance committee
report. Discussion. Miscellaneous
Saturday Evening Social inchurcl
Sunday Morning 0:30. : Homn mis
nionnry exporipnco meeting ; 10:30 :
Sermon , Rev. T. M. Post , D. D. , St
Louit ; 12:00 , Sabbath School. Ad
dresses , Rov. A. E. Dunning and oth
Sunday Afternoon 2:30 : , Dodica
tiou Second Congregational church
St , Mary's avenuo.
Sunday Evening 7:20. : Service led
by state superintendent. Addresses
Rev , Dr. Post , St. Louis , Rev. D. L
Lvonnrd , general superintendent
Utah , and others.
EHUDKH At 2 o'clock yesterday after
nooo , Mattl * Uruder , aged 8 years-son
of Mrs. Ltrzlo Uruder.
The faneral will take place to-morrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence
corner Klev nth and Chicago stMetj
The friends of the family are Invited to
There will be meeting this after
noon at 3 o'clock at the Parlors of the Pax
ton of the ladles of Omsh , to connlder th
"expediency" of appomtlngcammltteea fo
work on election day. All ladles in favo
of or agalust this movement will find i
for tbelrf nterest to be present. RachtlT
Fpiter , secretary national association ,
The Worklngnien and Farmers'
Nominating Convention Wed
nesday Grand Ratifica
The worklngmcn'a and formers'
committee held a cession Wednesday
and after n thorough discussion t'o- '
cidcd that the convention should beheld
hold on "WoJncndoy next , November
1st , at 1:30 : p. m.
It wan also decided to hold a big
rally and ratification moating ntBoyd's
opera houaa on the name evening ,
? romincnt speakers from the interior
f the atato have beun invited , among
horn Col. W. H. Ashby , Capt. J. H.
St'ckcl , the farmer orator , and lion.
fosUollmnn , of Dakota county.
An executive committee w " ap >
minted to tnko chnrgo of all iiio nr-
angomontn , consisting of Messrs. Van
Juron , O'Kcefo , Bohm , Ainsworth ,
Members of the committee reported
hat nearly nil the principal labor or-
ranizations nnd the majority of the
> rccincta had already elected delegates
and the others have mndo arrangements -
monts to do so during the week.
Although there is , aa .yet , no ox-
itomont , a deep interest ia _ being
manifested among the workiwgmen
and farmers every where in this move
ment and judging from the general
xpression , there ie no doubt - > f ita
inal euccesa ,
A. A. ttlce , of Lcadville , la at the Pux-
Hon. Frank 1' . Ireland , cf Nebraska
Jity , is at tlio Paxton.
Hoc. J. Sterling Morton is nt thtf Pax-
R. W. Clark , paymaster of the St. Paul
oad , is at the Paxton ,
Hon. H. H. Sheild and wife , of Ash-
and , are registered at the 1'nxton.
Hon. Loran Clatk , of Albion , IB at the
Jno.V. . Hutfb , of Cheyenne , is a guo.it
f the Paxton.
S. S. Andrews , of Crete ; W. T. Rich-
rdson , David City ; Cftpt. R. 0. Phillip * ,
itncoln , and J , E. Dodge , Falls City , are
t the Paxton ,
H. 13. Humphrey , of The Chicago
'lines ' , is a guest of the Paxton.
E. B. Graham , of Cheyenne , is at the
jH. E , Brigg > , representing the subscrip-
! on book department of Rand , McNally
4 Co. , Chicago , III. , is at the Metropoli-
G. I. Hodges , Eudicott , Neb. , is at the
C. F. Bentley , of Grand Island , is at the
Walter B. Cheney and J. A. Brown , of
lincoln , are at the Millard.
Will A. Hansberger , Frank H. Walker
and H. C. Henry , of Ashland , are rcgis-
ered at the Millard.
C. W. Roberts , manager of the Fred
erick WarJe combination , arrived in the
city last night pud is ragisterod at the
GeorgeScott , of Button , Neb , , is at the
Mrs. E. Putty and children , of Ord , are
at the Canfield.
H. R. Faulkner , of Plum Creek , is at
John Sheter , cf Springfield , is a guest
of the Canfield.
William Burroughs , of North Platte , is
at the CanuV.d.
R. i" . Stevenson , of West Point , registered
terod at the Can Bold last night.
William Retton , of Nebraska City , is a
guest of the Canfield.
Geo. Birice and E. W. Murphy , of
North Platte. arc at the Metropolitan.
Chas. Ha. ding , Carrie and Mary Hard-
ing , of Kthuyler , MO guests at the Metro
M. McLean , wlfo and child , of Teka-
mnli , are at the Metropolitan.
M. M. Cboate , of Chicago , ia a guest at
B. Mason and wife , of Webster City , are
registered at the Metropolitan.
0. C. Lutes , wife and eon , of Middle-
town , N. Y. , are guests at the Metropoli
W. T. Weeks , of PittjfielJ , HI * . , ia at
the Metropolitan ,
Mr. Charles Wolfe , who hi for a short
time filled the position of book-keeper nt
the Millard , but who has held impoiUnt
nnd responsible positions in the employ of
vntloui railway companies , has resigned
liU place to accept an offer from the gen-
ral freight cilice of the Union Pacific.
Mr. Wolfe is a men who will make friends
wherever he goes , und who will fill any
position he cccepU with credit to himself.
Thoto who have been fortunate enough to
make his acquaint inco will rejoice to know
that Le is still to remain among us , and
v ill heartily wish him all the honor ) which
hi * capacity entitles him to.
Miifs Clara Redman left iosterday for
Three Groves , Neb.
Mr. James MorrU has returned from a
two weeks' trip to Chicago ,
Mr. W. S. Key , reprotontlng the "Boa.
ton Guardian , " published In Boston , England -
gland , paid THK BEK olfice a pleasant
vlilt yesterday , Mr. Key U also en
gai'od by "The London. Illustrated News'
to write up this great nnd glorious country.
Clark Woodman will return from San
Mrs , Gen. Geo. M. O'Brien , of Omaha ,
arrived here this morning on a visit to her
friend , Mrs. James McBride. Her bus-
band , who is is now a prominent attorney
of Omaha , resided in thU city , and when
the war broke out he entered the service
M a major In the Seventh Iowa cavalry ,
whloh was organized In this city- but It
was not long before he rose to higher pcl
tlons , and when the war closed he left the
service as a brevet brigadier general and
with an honorable and brilliant record.
Dubuque Dally Tehgrapli , October 21.
Makes his Regular Visit to
Tuesday , Hov. 7th , 1882 ,
AND REMAINS THREE DAYS AT THE
PAXTON HOTEL PARLORS ,
This gives the alllictcd ample time to consult ono of the moat eminent ape
cialUtsin the Northweat. The following testimonials toil for themselves ,
and are enough to convince the moat skeptical. Read and bo convinced.
ALMOST A MIRACLE.
Letter from Mr. Carter , Section Foreman U. P. E. B
TIMUERVILLE , NEB. , Sopt'ombor 7 , 1682.
Dn. FisitnLATT DKAR Siu I RUI atill taking jour medicine and can say
hat I am getting nlonu better than I over nxpooted , when I first commenced
using your mcdic iu ! I had dizzy spells and somutimen would nendy fall over ;
md about given up nil hope nnd made up my mind tlut nothini , ' weald euro
mo. When I imw your ndvtrlitcment in the Omaha papers , and made up my
mind that. I would write to you na a lost resort , and see if I could gut holp.
[ cnn truly say i lint I AM GLAD , for I am so much better ; have u good ap-
peti'o and om ( > ainirg now fast. Would wish no other Doctor but you in ao-
viiro and complicated cnBts. I had pains all over me ; my heart troubled mo
very much , but when I hid taken a few doses of your medicirio , thu paina loft
mo"nt oncu. Three months ngo , when I first placed myself under your treat-
nont I vraa hardly able lo bo out , but now I am nearly well.
Yours truly , J. A. CARTER ,
Foreman of Section , Ames Station.
ScniBNEn , Nob. , September 9 , 1882.
A. S. FISIIDLAT , M. D. , DEAU Sin I received the atomizer audmodieino
Auptnt 20th. I have used it according to directions and underotund it thor
oughly. I have felt hotter since I began , your treatment- , for I have spit no
) lood nor had any chills. My night sweats have nearly ceased. My medi
cine will last only a few days longer.
Youra truly , GEORGE BENTON.
Another Letter from Mr. Benton of a Later Date.
Thia gentleman hid been troubled with 'LUNG DISEASE for florae time ,
and waa treated by MANY PHYSICIANS without success. READ WHAT
HE NOW WRITES.
SCRIUNKK , Nob. , September 30 , 1882.
Du. FISIIBLATT Plcsao send mo another supply of medicine at your earliest
convenience. I am feeling firet-rato and am improving as rapidly na could
POSSIBLY BE EXPECTED. Am strong and hearty and can work right
along without fatigue.
Yours , with respect , GEORGE BENTON.
Bead the Following '
No s'mllar ' euro of consumption wai ever
urcd let ra the dl-coverv of iho antlsspio treat
ment byDr Fishbl.tt. Tcolady It tow living
n good licil li , atcl will giro til Infonraticm
as t3 her ternblo condition to tho-o vtha npply :
CIDAB lUriDS , Mny 27,1831.
DR. FlBIIBLATT DfAR SlK I d COT it but dUO
ti myjo'f ' the community ftid to yen , to make a
statement of mj cao Iho reaclt of jour treat
ment with your new diswutricj , One year ago
I took dlrhtoer'a. andw.s not carcu bolero I got ,
eorsum , tlon. Th'8 cameoi by nttrtlblo C"Ugh
nlBhtand d * . I Ijstall my utr ugth , wis si
wtak that T could nit do anything. I coa d
FcircclyvatK upl irt heu I couiutedycu.
I W B under thiee dlHerent doc o a before I came
to you , the molt eminent I couW hear of , None
of them done me any gcod.
They mid there was uouw in my taklog any
moio medicine os It would do mo no xosd.
Evan body thought I would r , vi r get well. All
my frienuasaldl wouH nevtr bo wtter. Thin
was July , ) B70 , wh n 1 called on > on. You told
majcu cculd cure mo an'l you did ! In two or
three months trjlrg to jou , Ig t'my stroiglh ,
rry app-tltc. my lurjfs tmod , and 1 hive no
eymptomi of roimmptlon. 1 begun toketbe-
tern soon as I took your treatment Every
pereon who cime ta see meft3 burpriacd to jUd
From a Promineat Citizen oi
DtKibiiBLATT-UKiBSm : I donctkmwcx-
ui ly how to sopar te my connection wilh yiu
wlihoui saying BomethlDg totxprefe uiv Kratc-
/uluewfor ro tel brouiftit bv ytur trca mtnt cf
me. Jlyperihency In ttjlny cvtrylhingiuj.
eettod by et o-s ft.r the cute fo ciurrh h d
Jf t'ed my ftllh somewhat in the row.r of anyone
ono 10 bring relief. I oicu mlatruitcd thaty ur
profwloni were based elrrply on Iheory , an-l
that 1 waa to ba another of tha many upon which
> ou desired to practice. Hu' , to my tverli etirK
iJelisht , I wdeceived. . Your remedies anil
tre rnient wcrke'l ' Ikaa ovarm. I v\n m > t cnly
relieved cf thodBrcH9it' ills of OUanh , but
wai tntirrly , and I nllj\o , vcrfcctly rei-tcrcd to
h oltb. I a i row no iroio trouhlort with the
elite's of the di cmo which si nlll ctsd ree tlnn
ill tad the Muip'.alnt. I do net rlrn thli
pu pjsely for y < ur me , to fndn-e others tot et
joutbUllllntiei'belle' , but think It my duty
tomike acueUindot utknow'el , crncnt tilflii'
Mid Blmiile , of how much p.o-.d > on havoduiio
n , in your sife and cerlalo ireatmoit of irl- ,
trossins n tady. J. W. Vuueu :
Bead What Hon. Addison Oliver ,
of Onawa , Iowa , Writes
CNAWA , Iowa , August 18,1BS2.
Du. A 8. Fis"iLATt riAR Su : i ih rfu'lf
qlyo you the following ttat imcni of f ictj In Mr' .
Oliver's case. Wh'n sto ip led to yoi for
trta'incnt In Fibrua-y Icatsnih'O ' for marths
been suffering ro severity from As h > a aconi-
rrn'el by severe QU of coughing , thit she culd
seldom elecp wiihtut so t na upright Her ap-
petlto wns vo ypier , and thewu ve ymuc i re-
ruccd and vcryncrtru ; lo ai unub'e U raliO
from her lungs or lhio.it and czptctoicto ar.d
he rtqnlred con'luunua watehlug n ght and day.
Under y. ur treatment the g > a utiiy Improved
uu'ilfjrso oialmoothtp stsho bi had little
< rno Asthma ir counti ; her ncncusncie huf
large y disappeared. SI o d ipj well nt nlh' ;
her nppclltula generally good ; iho Ins 1 rge ] ]
recovered her s lilts and IB tircdua Iv though
tltwy galnini ; sticoglh , nndtho giysthels bet
ter tann fho has bo n for five jo is 1 have
creat hope thai iho will complttely recover her
health. , ,
Youra respectfully. jr
ADDiHj Ouvm .
> + ; \
Another Great Cure for ConJ
ATLAXT.C JuneTlh , 1881.
This la to ccrt'f v tba < I bud a c ugh , dytpe. sb
and ratirrh lor several > ou > ; that ic tlnally run
lulo corsun p'lon'n ; t 1 had docloud wl'li all
the doctors 1 c uld- heir if had tal.cn all the
different kinds cf paienc medicines th t hid
Jiten locomrncndcd , uh cs inr 0 rdlat , B a
Weed Tonic. Q Idtu Jlrdlial I Isceve y , J ync'
! xpcctora'it nrt alUi.di of loballtg nnHdlex.
I grew woiBBall the time , an'l ' Kit llieh ui.t'll '
ano'lilnn'biit > kii nJ lo of. Had dl > rr > o .
night tucatu , chlll and fever ev ry d j , and
cou d n t lie nu my left side , a i had to laprop -
pdd p In bed. Could eit no | iod.nd my leet
HACJ ! d. anil I ooiibed all > hi time un III wcutd
vomit. I ciluo i i Dr F.shhlati. Ho didn't
premise tocuio mo it firs' , but ( a'd ha wtula
try. All ih' doctor's I 1 would ole In I O
weeks. I received treatment four moi ths and
now am entliclv oil nd have bie-i to i\rt
eluce Jtev. J. S. Willis , of the MttB'dlst
Church , on ! hundreds of rth r piop'o fcr.ow in
vvhatc ndltlon I wai , end h wl wft ured.
Bead This Testimonial From
Nobra > ka ,
ACRCRA , Neb. Sept 0,18J2.
DK. Ms DUTT-UrAR BIR : I received ih
l-acltatf'1 of ineill Ito , K , unJ hava entirely re-
roxerci * from thu vttaclc cf rhcu-na Um. U/
ciugh l < imioj better. In McN I fuel bttcor
every wuy. YOUM truly ,
Tha nbovo testimonials nro only ft few of the many thousands tn our poseus-
sion. Send for copy of the
Giving a full description of our Dispensary and the Cures daily effdctod. Re
member data of
Visit to Omaha.
TUESDAY , NOVEMBER 7TH.
AND REMAINS THREE DAYS ONLY AT THE PAXTON.
Dr. Fishblatt will also visit Lincoln , Friday , November 10th , and remain
two days at the Commercial Hotel , and Fromout for two days at the Eno
Hotel , Sunday and Monday , November 12th and 13th.
FREE CONSULTATION. \
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