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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1886)
OMAHA DAILY BJDE : SATURDAY , DECEMBER 4 , ISSo.
AN ENTERPRISING AGENT
Diva Palti Used as a Decoy to Do U ;
HOW A CHEAT WORKED HIS GAM !
He Takes Over Ttvonty Thnusnni
Ilollnrs Out of Hits City or
Mexico On n
Hale of hosts.
A CilKftiUlc Hxvlmllc ,
OITY OK Mr.xico , Dec. S. A trcnicndoii
Bcnsatlin occurred ! icio to-day tiiielisth
subject of irosslp In nil the clubs , cafes nui
places or public resort. Fortho Inst two day
there has bccu great excitement over the will
of tickets the National Theater for the I'att
Mason , five nlclits In January. The orowt
nround llio National Theater lias falrl ;
blocked tlio stairs. The police \vcr
required to prcwrvo order. am
It seemed as If the city liai
gonoinadc over thu expected advent of th
oncsltusB. The prices of boxes were 50 i
ulght and scats < " > . TliRse were tlitee time
Die 01 dl nary prices. Tlio ostensible agent o
Abbey , whu was coiultictliis the salu o
Uckuta , waj a man giving Ills itatiic ua Maye
juidclalmlne to bo a brother of M , It. Mayer
Abbey's fflciidand business associates. 11 <
had with Mm letters , onuof which purporle <
tobolron ) Abbny.which hasliowedtoMliilste
Mntinlnicand other people. The theatre hat
Already been t'lica cd for the Patti season
The advance nijcnt had letters to some of th
test known people hurcnml nonncsuipectci
the fraud. Tlio t-alo of ticketi bosan Thurf
day moruliiL' , thu people waking a
the lliCMtro door to Ret the firs
choice. Keats were bought Ii
wliolo blocks , some persons paying u thou
sand dollars for boxe * . In thu course of tin
day the box ofllco hnd taken In SW/OO , nn (
on tnn previous day private sales niuountm
< i 50,300 , maklnir the tolal cash snlos S2I.WX )
The Kovornor of the tedur.il district wa
poiiinwIiatHiiMploloii.iaiid sent to Slayer t (
Inbuilt ) If uny oiui was responsible for tin
largo amount uf money bolus taken frou
the public ; but Mayer inatia o'.l t (
nvold any net that would further can *
nuspiclon. It Is understood that every sea
wns taken Tor tlio whole live nights , bntsomi
'well known putsoim , us IH the custom here
did not pay In advance but ineiely gavi
orders , ho tii.it tire amount tu cash nctuall :
taken , as staled , does not come to half tin
sealing capacity or tlio theatre for live nights
Last night Mayer v ? nt to the hotel where hi
lodircd , accompanied by n policeman , notnln
ally appointed to miaril him , but really tnsei
that hn deposited all tlio money In thu hole
safe. In some ingenious way , It Is said tlm
Mayer has transferred over S'JO.UW ) In bills 01
thu National bank and Hank of London ti
his overcoat , and deluded the pollconiei
Into bulievitiK Hint all had beei
deposited In the safe. At all eventi
this morning Mayer did not appear a
the box olllco of the theatre , nor wns fin seei
nt thu hotel. Thu sufu was oiioned and then
was only found there SI.IWO lu silver dollars
which , of course , could not bo taken away
Now the authorities are looking for Mayc
and speculators are weeping and recelvfn ;
as best they can the condolence
of friends. It is said to bo tin
bigccst thine of the kind ever knowi
at the capital. 1'eople arc auylng tlio umv
was an American , but ho apoko Kngltali will
n ruarkt'd foreign accent and had ii Cermni
cast of countenance. This afternoon May
era interpreter was ancsted at Orizaba
whither It is paid he had cone to make semi
Arrangements for excursion trains to tin
city. Ouu theory Is that Mayer has 15011
north by railway , and another that lie Is BC
cretccl here until the matter blows over.
K ON TIIK fuAKUS.
Tlit-illinc Talc of tlio Ix > < 4S of tlio Arl
mine and H r Crew.
Oswicao , N.Y. , Dee. : ! . [ Special Tolepran
t tlio Br.K.l Olio of the severest storms o
wlml and snow that bus ever visited tin
section swept over l.nko Ontario Wrxlncsda :
night. The wind , widen had all day blowi
from I ho south ward , changed around to tin
west In the evening , nrnl by nightfall wa
blowing at the rate of sixty miles per hour
Seven vessels loaded with barley were
known to be off this port and much anxlotj
was felt for their welfare. Itockots wen
sent up by the life saving crew flora tin
piers , and huge bonfires , fed by willlni
liautlg , were kept constantly blazing on tht
Mull's alone : the lake ) front to guide tin
storm-tossed vessels Into port. About :
o'clock a large black vessel was illscovorei
through the biiow drifting past the mouth o
the harbor. Her mainmast was gone am
her crow were burning sUna'sof distress 01
her decks. The seas were very heavy am
the snow was carried along in bliudln ;
sheets , which at times shut out tlm light !
from the vessel , which was drifting hope
lesslv to destruction. A tug boat tried ti
roach her , but was nearly swamped In tin
endeavor to put back into the harbor. Aftci
considerable dlfllc.ulty the crow succeeded h
cleorine uway thu disabled rigging and cot i
portion of her mainsail set and headed he :
for tlio foot of the lake. About : ; o'elocl
Thursday morning tlio vessel struck on i
ruof about twenty miles from this port am
the crow lashed thnmselves to tlio forward
rigging , where they were discovered at day'
light by farmers on slioio. The surf AV.II
very heavy and there were no suitable boati
In the vicinity to go tn tlm rescue of tlio hal
frozen men. The nearest llfo savin ? ntutloi
was nliioinlle.i distant anil weird was sen
there tor a lifeboat. Tlio roads in the vlcln
Ity were blocked with snow and Itwas nearlj
noon berorn the llfebo.it arrived , drawn b ;
horses. The vessel In the meantime WBS Ins
going to pieces , and a portion of her stoni
which drilled ashore , gave ber name as tin
Ariadne , from Newcastle. Canada , bound fo
UswtTo. Jt was impossible to launch tin
lifeboat on account ol the surf , and a moita
wa * wmt lor. It was alter ! l o'elocl
vhon It arrived , and the only poitloi
of the schooner then out of water was he
bows , upon which could bo seen clinplui
three men. The body nf ono of the men
which proved to bo that ot the captain , lltigl
McKay , dropped from the forwent rlggini
Into the lake and dlsaweaml. When tin
llfo line was Mien over the bchuonor from tin
shotei tlio men weie lee much exhausted ti
tiiiiko It last lor homo tlmo. At last 0110 pee
lellow , who was hoon cllnglnc to the main
mast , let. go his hold and grabbing the lit
line took u turn arnuud a sp.u and the HI
haversiio quickly alumni of the 111 fatei
vessel. The poor lellow who had TOIISIM
himself Kulliuiently In make the line fas
was washed ovei board by u huge wave , bu
grasped a piece of wii'ckanuaml was tussoi
insensible upon the shore. Ills two com
panlons wife found lashed In the foreria
gin : ; , unconscious and liadly ft 07.011 , am
were scut ashore In tlio llfo buoy , Two sail
ors were fotiud lashed to the capstan , Iio7i i
d < Mil. and ono body was seen in the forec.istle
' 1 no loscucd men \\eio taken to a farm hints
and a physician sent lur. but It Is feared the
Tlio I'roKrnimnu Which llns lluon Ie
* olilfil Dpi in ,
I'liii.AnKi.ritiA , Dec , : t , At to-day's se-s
tilon ot the convention of the slalo delegate
TO arrange for tlm celebration of the center
nial anniversary of thu piomidgutlnn of 11.
federal constitution , a permanent nrganUa
tlon was formed with lion , John A. Kassnn
of Iowa , piesldont , and Henry Cabot hodgi'
of Massachusetts , and Colonel James A
lloyt , ot South Cnrolina , vice president *
An executlvo sub-eomnillteo of thlrtcei
was appointed by the chairman. A prf
giammu tor the celebration was liuall ,
adopted and Is substantially as follows :
1 Oration mid poem in commemoration o
the slirnlui : of the constitution.
5. .Military display lu which the Unltci
State * shall bolnvitenl to bo represeutiMl b.
ivaeh branch of iu military and naval M-I
vice , and the sovural btati-s and tcirltorlc.
tuul the District of Celuuibia by their mllitii
uiid voluutct'r Mirvlco , uiul that the presiden
liu requested to debilitate the olilcers to cum
maud the game , . . .
; : . Industrial processional display ,
4. 1 m llatlons to participate lu the relebra
lion to bo extended to the president of tin
Unite * ! States nud his cabinet , thu fc-derel
judiciary , congress and representative o
ulltlit ) departments of thu nxtlimal govern
jneiiij to tht > governors of each btuteatu
torrltory ; to the Judiciary and Icelslators o
the same , and represcntatlvrs o
the several departments thereof ! I
commissioners ot the Dlrtilet of Columbl
and to the various civic orp.uilzatldns am
associationi of the union , and that reslden
icpresentatlvos of foreign government
having friendly relations with the Unite *
States be iiiTited to be * present.
G. Erection of a suitable memorial In th
city of 1'lilladelphla commemorative ot th
signing and adoption ef the constitution am
of the progress of the nation since tha
Kesolullonq were adopted reonestlng tin
aid and co-operation of congici's In the ccle
brat Ion. A telegram wa * received Iron
Washlneton containing an Invitation to Hi
delczates to attend a meeting of citizens n
\Vmhlngton on T e day next , In furthei
anco ol the celebration of the nnnlvcrsar
of thn discovery of America by Chrlstophc
Cox nmt tils Conipciisntlon.
WAsniNtiTOJf , Dec. .1. S. S. Cox teccntl
addressed a letter to First Comptroller Dm
ham asking that gentleman to decide at wha
date ho could commence ur.iwlng his salar ;
as member of congress to which ho wa
elected November last to fill the unexplrci
term of Mr. Pulitzer , and also to tlccld
whether ho Is entitled to draw that portion o
the salary ns representative which had ac
cnied prior to October aw. when his rcMena
tlon as minister to Turkey was accepted , am
to which time he had drawn salary us such
Judeu Durham has written a loiter ruplylni
that Cox will bo entitled , utter being swori
into ofllco , to draw a salary as member o
COUCHES from the time when his prodecosso
ceased to draw his salary. The judge ex
plains that whllo Cox Is entitled to draw i
salary as member of congress for n poitloi
of the tlmo during which no also drew i
salary as minister to Turkey , ho was no
holding at tlio same time , but WAS entitled ti
draw a salary as member of concri'M by th
manner of fixing the limn when the j-alar
ot u member elected to ( ill a vacancy sl'al
\ , Tni-y Tnniiornr 1" Court.
New Yonrc , Deo. n. The arrest of the nl
leged jury tamperer ycsteiday caused th
court room where the trial of ox-Aldcrmai
McQuado was going on to bo crowded thl
morning. It was nndersiood tlmt Vnlken
berg , who attempted to nppioach Talesmai
Oay , would bo arraigned before Uccorde
Smith to-day on the charge ol embracery
which Is thu legal term for tampering win
jurymen. Shortly after the recorder took hi
seat the officer arraigned before him ai
umUrslzi-d man wearing a black nuistucli
and hair , llutolil the court Ills iiamo wa
Henlvan Kalkenberg. The defendant's law
y r said his client was a tailor by trade am
was thlrty-oiifyears ! old. lluroad a wrlttoi
reply to the charee from his client. It de
elaml the accused to bo innocent of the at
tempt to commit any olfense and stated tha
ho merely mentioned the ease of McJuado ti
Gray. "And , " his lawyer went on. " 1 wa
about to add that dray introduced the .slit
ject himselt. " Kalkenberg waived oxiimiiui
tion anil was held in SUHX ) rortiial. ilowu
allowed to remain in the court room nnti
ball was pioourod. Ho was balled out Into :
in the day.
A Voloo. From OUIivion.
Nnw YUIIK , Dec. n. jSpoclal Telegram ti
the UKK.J The Malone Paladium tills weel
says : The naked truth concerning Williati
A. Wheeler Is that he Is a sick man , mot
srlevoiibly so than even most of his neigli
bors realize , and yet his condition Is no
such as to prostrate him except occasionally
Ho is often upon our streets and attends dl
vine services with regularity. Ho was n
church on Sunday last , but he suffers , r.cvoi
thelcss , all the time from a malady thai
which few are more irritating and nerve tn
Inir , and which deters him from an activif ;
and social relations which would otherwlh
bo delightful to him. But In the Mulct of hi
homo his friends are always welcome an
never fall to tind his greeting as cordial as o
old , and his Intellectual acuman and his in
tmest in public affairs michangbd and m
A licbulcc to Mr * . CIcrclnnd.
ST. Louis , Doc. a. At the convention tc
day the members of the St. Louis Distrlc
\V. C. T. U. adopted the following resolu
Whereas , The newspapers report that Mrs
Whitney , wife of the secretary of the navy
not long since gave a dinner at which wer
present eighteen ladles , including Presldun
Cleveland's young wife , but no gentlemen
and , whereas , the papers report that course
of different alcoholic drinks wore served
therefore be It
Itosolved. Tlmt the W. C. T. U. of Mis
souri express their deep mortification and re
grct that ladles In this high boclal posltloi
should themselves set this Dad cxoniplo to th
people of this already drink-diseased coun
try ; and , bo It further
.Resolved , That the secretary of this con
vontlon transmit n copy of this resolution ti
Presidential Appoint men tH.
WASHINOTOX , Doc. 3. The president ha
appointed Kdward Smith postmaster at Cat
rolton , 111. , vice James Lynn , suspended
The following additional appointments wer
made ; Charles U. Morton , of Maine , to b
commissioner of navigation ; J. B. Caldwell
of Indiana , to bo dormty second auditor o
the treasury ; A. F. Lewis , of Pennsylvania
to bo deputy lilth auditor of the treasury
Hugh A. Haralsnn , of Georgia , to bo deput ;
auditor of thu treasury for the posloflico de
partmcnt : John McCaffrey to bo collector o
customs for the district of Alaska ; Jaine
McNamara , of Illinois , to be Indian agent n
Colorado river , Arizona.
Out lu the Blizzard.
ST. LOUIH , Dec. 8. .Klijht negro roubt
abouts , part of the crow of the river stcame
Mattlu Bell , arrived at the union depot las
night with badly frozen hands , feet am
faces. They hail been world HIT on a boat a
Pearl Isle , on the Illinois river , oil day Titos
day and Wcdncr-day during the bllr.zard am
were frozen so badly tlmt they woru Bent ti
this city with instructions to apply for ail nib
slon at the marine hospital. .Four of thol
number are in such bad condition that thol
handsi and feet must bo amputated.
Death ofa War Governor.
CiiAia.KSTo.v , S. C. , Dec , S , P.x-Covcrno
B. I- ' . Perry died in Croenvlllo to-day. H
was born on November 0 , 1805. Ho wa
always a leader of the union party in Soutl
Carolina , and was appointed provisional KOY
ernor by Andruw Johnson In Wi.
BKA.TKICF. , Neb. , Dec. 3. ( Special Teh
gmm to the BKI.J : Domiuick Moran , i
grader on the Karl ; Island road about ton
miles east of the city , dropped deait thlsal
U'lnouii. .Ho was forty-live years of nsjc
Hen it disease was the cause.
Surveyors at Work.
NOIIFOI.K , Neb. , Dee. a.--Spcclal ToU
gram to tlio Bui.I : Civil Kugliifor linger : :
of Omaha was hero tonlay with a foivo o
fourteen to Mtryoy bDtwecn this point an
Hluus City In the Intoiest of the Sioux City
North Ptattu & Pacific lino.
Isot u I'npor llallroail ,
ToncKA , Kau. , Dee. I ) . The Kansas , \ <
braska it Dakota railway was completed t
this city to-day. The road Is now liul.-hci
from l-'ott Scott loTopckn , and trMub willb
Diirnud to Dentil.
Tvnoxi : . Pa. , Dec. : : . This morning til
o'clck , the house occupied by a family name
Powlev was buriml , and the two Inmate :
John Hai r ami a child of Powley's , bunio
Xoliraskn nnil Io\va Woatlier.
For Xcbrabka and lo\\a : Light snow , &tn
Oon lie , AHtlnuti nnd Tlir
lcrs , use "JJnmu's llrvntlil
Dealers in .Oleo
Since tlo | oloouiur orlno law wont itit
eflect ; there lias been a noticeable dcerca *
iu thu sale of the jirtiole. Ttiero tire nov
three wiiolcsulo houses'anil twutity-ltyi
retail dualcri handling the butter mil
siltutu. Thu tax for the whohtsulors i
fclBO'poryoar , ainlfor the retail Uualer
18 per year. Hjtoh package sold bears i
special revenue tax label. ' > .
BURNED BREAKFAST BACON
Heaps of It Lying Iu Sbeely's Euinei
Packing Ilouto ,
A GREAT DROP IN PORK
Tlio Oldest ICIIIIiiK EgtaltllNhincnt J
MnsH or KiiliiH ntitl Not Ono
Drop or Wntcr to
A Disastrous Iltaxo.
Last evening about 10 o'clock lire w.-v
discovered in Shcoly's parking housi
situated on the 'corner of Walnut am
North streets. Tito building was boyoni
the city limits. It was also beyond tin
reach of water , and , as a consequence , if
this Inorning an unrecognizable mass ol
ruins Illicit with roasted and burning
meats. The loss is almost complete.
The knowledge of the fire was com
munluated by telephone to Uliinf Galll
gnu , who ordered the. number of the box
seven , the nearest to tlm conflagration te
be sounded. Several other alarms wort
subsequently sent in by people who hail
seen the hro from a distance. The chiel
ordered out steamer No. 5 , with Its host
cart , and No. U and the uion of hook ami
ladder who were driven to thu fire in the
Time was lost on tlio way owing to im
jirovcmonts to Pioreo street , noccs. < iUat <
ing the taking of a circuitous route ,
When the lire was reached , it was found
tlmt tlio nearest hydrant was at thu gov
ernment quartermaster's dupot , neurli
half a milo away , and no lioso was nl
hnnd to maku such tin extension. On r
hill about 1,000 foot tiwixy , wus a small
reservoir used in an ndjolning brick yard
The engine with a double team was
drawn up this height , only to Hnd thai
thuru was not water enough in tlio poml
to sprinkle a llowur bed. As u cense
qttuncc , tlioro was little to be done e.xccpl
to save whatever property could bi
reached in the bunting building , and
while permitting it to burn to the ground
save from destruction thu other prop'
crty in the nigliborhood. The build
ing was not far advanced ir
flumes when the department arrived
but the delay occasioned iu the search foi
water enabled the Ihunos to gain a n.as
tcry which could have boon clTucUmllj
prevented had water been within reach
This is till the more certain because it h
believed that tlio lire must have startcil
as curly as 0:30 : o'clock and burnt-i
in u smouldering condition until ,
tit an opportune moment , the cinder.-
\vero fanned into a ilame which readily
found rich encouragement in thu oih
and greasy nature of tlio surroundings
At thu time of the discovery of thu bhizo ,
five laborers and two watchmen were
engaged in the building , and their opin
ion of. its origin is that some grease from
the smoke-house dropped through the
cracks of the floor to the fire buncalli
and were instantly transformed into ?
is _ a rambling structure , consisting
mainly of brick with one'story and
a basement , and a number of other addi
lions both frame andbrick connected witli
it in more or loss intimacy. It was uscit
exclusively as a packing house for pork ,
with a capacity of about 500 per'day ' , and
general dimensions of about 200x125 feet ,
leslcrday.WO hoes were killed nnd Imii"
iu the cooling room. These increased the
number there to about 000. OJ
these but about one ' lutnd'
red were saved , and of these ,
unscrupulous thieves from tlio neighbor
ing hills did not hesitate to smuggle
many away. Chief Galligan saw some ol
the sneaks and compelled them to uivc
up their stolen property and threatened
them with arrest if they made their ap
pearance again at the lire. Uosidcs those
hogs , the collar and yard were lillcd with
now tiorccR ready to bo packed. In other
places about ti hundred which had already
been made ready for shipping ,
about fifty of which were saved. The
empty tierces were easily rolled into the
adjoining field and preserved from de
struction. AVitli these exceptions every
thing was destroyed , The collar was full
of pork of various descriptions , and in
ono of the buildings were three
huge wrought iron tanks , two of which
contained in the aggregate about seventy
barrels ol lard , and one n no nt the same
number of grease. . These were
in the rendering room , iu which
there was quite an amount ot otlioi
machinery. Kach of the tanks , iiappilj
was supplied with a safetv valve ,
which allowed the steam to" escape
and thus avoided a dangerous
and possibly fatal explosion. All
of those at a o'clock hail fallen to the
ground , nnd their contents were begin
ning to roll upon the ground and congeal
in the coldness of the night. The
llamo.1 played urountl , about and
within the structure , with
great intensity. Tlio wind was
inuinlv from the north , though itnowand
then shifted to the northwest and again
to the southeast. With each gust myri
ads of sparks were impelled with dan
gerous rapidity through the air , threat
ening the destruction of M. M. Ucnscl'fi
grocery , and indeed , the mammoth
oflico and warehouse of llcnvol'n lum
ber yard. The latter , however , was
guarded by a force of men , who lilled
barrels with water and with their con
tents deluged the roof , and this saved the
immense structure from destruction.
The lire was pretty generally known in
town , but the fact that the sky was but
feebly illuminated did not arouse as
many to u rcali/.ution of the loss as it would
otherwise Imvo douo. This was owing
mainly to tlio fact that the packing house
is situated in a hollow , visible only from
the eminences of town. Asa consequence ,
but few people , oven from the noigbor-
hood , gathered around the building , and
these shivered and shuddered in
the smoke and the blasts ,
A force of . firemen comprising
all the hook a'nd Ittddcr men and a
couple of the members of No. a ,
under Chief ( lulligun worked ener
getically aronml the property , and
did all that mortals could do to make the
loss as light as possible , lint their work
was without avail , and when at 0 o'clock
this morning Mr. Sheoly treated them
to a warm breakfast at llemplo'a
I hey fell that nothing remained for them
Mr. Joseph Shooloy and Mr. G. S.
Mycraon , the proprietors of the house ,
were both on the ground , took their loss
philosophically , estimating the destruc
tion ns complete , nnd at about $03,000 ,
( hough well protected by Insurance.
iShuolcy'd packing house , or a part of it
Was , about fifteen years ago , a powder
magazine. Later ft was converted to a
Hluugliter house , and when , about eight
years ugo the Sheeley brothers took
hold of it , it remained a slaughter
house for but a year. John
Shu cloy then withdraw from the
thu firm , and his brother Joseph and G ,
S.Mycrsou have since conducted tbo plaeo
as packing house , shipping most of their
prodnots south. T/hoy wore doing a
thriving bushiest and had in their yards
over sis hundred hogs which were wait
ing to pass through the house.
The firm will not rebuild on the same
iito. The paoking houses of the i4ock
have torolntionizod tlio business ,
nnd when rebuilding the firm will locat
at the stock yards.
The Insurance' is as follows :
Phoenix , London1 . S . " > ,00
National , Hartford . 5,00
Liverpool. London' ( Slobo . . . . . . 2M
North American. Philadelphia . 8SO
\ \ extern. Toronto. , ' . . . . . . . S3
Lancashire , Kn eland . 2,0 ,
Northern , London. . . 5,00
Orlout , Dart font. . , . . , . 2.M
Fireman's FumbSan Francisco . s.or
Olcn's Falls , X. V . 'AM
Tolal on stock . . 50,31
Union , ASH Fianclsco . 8 2.00
( Jlraid , Philadelphia . HOC
\VeslchesU-r , N.YO . ! 2,00
Hanover , N. T . 1,00
Phoenix. London . : jr > 0
Klreman'H. Nrtwiuk . 1.00
Oak land Home , California . 1,03
Tolal on house . S13M
Fireman' ? , Nowaik , N. J . S SO
Irauklln , Philadelphia . 70
Total on machinery . 3 1,20
AMENDING XII H CUAItTEU.
Tlic.lolnt Committee Continue In tlu
< limit AVork.
The committee on proppscd amend
vnonts to the city charter put In anotlici
half day yesterday in faithful prosceti
tion of the work before llicm. A length ;
discussion rolutivo to changes * of tin
council's power in authorizing the con
struction of viaducts occupied the lira
hour of the meeting. The committee wen
unanimous In the opinion that tin
building by railroads of viaducts eve ;
their roads through the city whurcvei
the public safety required it was a dull
wnieh the city might compel them to per
form , but there was considerable dobati
as to whether they could be compelled U
sustain nil the expenses direct or inci
dental made necessary by the construe
tlon of such viaducts. It was suggcstei
that it would bo clearly inequitable tt
force them lo bttilit the viaduct and alst
to pay the damages to adjaeon
property owners resulting from it ;
erection. One proposition was that tlu
city should build the approaches and tn <
remainder of the viaduct.
Section 51) ) . relating to the nppointiunn1
and duties of the board of public works
created some discussion , and one momboi
suggested that tlio board be abolishni'
altogether , unless the city engineer was
made- member of it. C'ity Knginooi
Hosowater thought the St. Louis
system was n good one , in wlucl
the making of plans for pub
lie i.uprovements lies entirely with tht
board constituted for that purpose , ant
the city council can refuse to make tlu
necessary appropriations it they choose
but have no power wliatovnr to alter UK
plans. The discussion resulted in tlu
appointment of Messrs. Council , Ross
water and Creighloii a committee to re
model the section so as to provide for :
board , to consist of the city engineer , one
advisory member , whoso salary is to bt
$ neO per year , anil a chairman whose
salary is to be § i,000. ! A provision is nlsc
to bo made tor a secretary , to be chosen
by this board , and to receive a salary ol
Section ( i'i , vyhich confers the power or
the city council to equalize ull city assess
incuts was so amended as to read thai
they may "equalize taxes and absess
Section 03 , which prescribes the manner
nor iu which ordinances shuJl be passed
was amended so as to include the nrovisc
that "no ordinance ) shall be passed or
the same day it is introduced except b >
the unanimous consent of all the mem
bcrs of the council present and voting
upon said ordinance. "
Section 07 , which confers authority
upon the city council to issue bonds foi
the construction and maintenance o
sewers , was made to include "parks
water and gas works , city halls and othei
public buildings ; " and to prohibit the 16'
stiancc of bonds for an.y of these pur
poses , at a rate of interest to exceed t
per cent per annum and to provide thai
no bonds except renewal bonds am
bonds for paving purposes shall be issuee
in excess of $200,000 , in any one year.
The committee will continue their wort
on Monday at 250 : ! o'clock.
Hulsctl In the Frigid Ovo us or tin
Murky MIsHOur ) .
Last year it is cstiruatoil that abou
10,000 tons of ice were housed in this city
And yet , the supply in nearly nil of UK
houses has been exhausted and many o !
Lho dealers , for some lime back , have
been compelled to import their commod
ity from abroad. The linns engaged ir
the business last year , and llio approxi
mate tons of ice gathered by each is as
follows : Kimball & Ilungatc , 0,000 ; Ken
nedy & Newell , 0.000 ; Sauther & Ring
2,000 ; August Benzon & Co. , 4,000 ,
Uoecher & Co. , 2,000 , itnd Mudsen&Aii-
demon , 2,000. Resides these , Hammond ,
the puckwr , stored awnj * about -10,000 ,
and the several breweries between 15.00C
and 20,000 more. The amount consumed
in the city , up to the present time ,
from the commencement of the
season. it is estimated will
not fall miioh short of 150,000 tons. It is
the intent of nearly all the dealers to in
crease their amount Of storage this year ,
though ilib not certain that all ot them
will continue in the business , because of
recent changes in the location of their
houses. Some of them are putting In
improved machinery , notably Bcnzon tfc
I'o. . who alfio contemplate adding to
Lhoir present buildings. This firm is now
engaged in cutting a pond and doing
nway with tbo accumulation of dirty
snow and uneven surface which was oc
casioned iu tlm river for some distance
iibovo the bridge by the piling which was
run out into the stream from the Iowa
side. They have already run oil * four-
inch ice , and will , in a few days , com
mence to garner thicker and better ma
terial. Tills Industry this year will give
3iiiloynunt | ! probably to a thousand men
A SouthOiialin | | He-rap ,
William Kcnnebeck , who enjoys the
listlnction of being the "toughest man
if the packing houfo force , " was placed
in the county jji'H yesterday , charged
with an assault with intent to kill a girl
employed in thooOrand Union hotel in
South Omaha , Kcnncbeck lillcd up on
lunclofoot on Thursday evening uftor
working hours , ihid going to the hotel
iniulo an assault ifp ja liohtmilun girl who
is employed as r"i 'chambormuld at the
liotcl. The girl rhh'fetcd him nud Mruck
liim a blow in the fifau mnbhing his face.
The follow then drew a revolver and
[ hrentonedto shoot ( he girl , who lied for
lier llfo. KonnobScK resisted sucecs-sfully
ill attempt.miido U ) airest him until lain
In the evening when ho was found n leep
near the dupot and captured , 'Ho will-lie
ried in South Omaha to-day for his
I'roiluullon of Id-tip It Dark : nt ( lie
Opera House Lugt Nlulit.
"Keep It Dark. " is a howling success ,
ludging from the demonstrations of the
lUdienco last night. The piece it ) of as
Ilimsy material as will hold together , but
it fairly surprises ono into laughter with
the very audacity of Us nonsense rnllicr
Lhm by the brightness of dialogua or the
cleverness of .us situations , That the
audience was in n continuous convulsion
proves that'tho piece is well adapted to
pleasa .thu popular tbtov Trio make up
of Uio mule cbaructori biiggcsted the art
that is employed in tlio manufacture o
the comic valentine. The women of tlu
company were pert and pretty. Li U
Richmond , in the role of ( . 'Icmentino De
laney , nu actress , displayed a line ward
robe , and a voice above what ii nsunll'
hoard iu farcical pieces , Rachel Booth"
as Tild.i , a maid , intcnsigcd the goon 1m
pression she made In the "Tin Soldier , '
nud the rest of the company wore ae
ccptablo in their parts , especially W. T
Rryant , as Jasper Vaseline. Ills danclnj
is a whole show in itself and gained hin
a double recall. "Keep It Dark" will bt
repeated this afternoon and evening.
l-'UtVLKU'S MA KKKT.
U Will lie Opened on North Sixteen ! !
The HKI : mentioned a few days age
that , negotiations which had been pondlnr
between the Fowler Brothers and Ocorgi
Hclmrod , with a view to establishing f
largo retail market in this city , had been
abandoned , Since that tlmo , the qucs
tion has been ro-opcnod with the result
that the market will be started In lloiin-
rod's building , on Sixteentli and Webstei
streets. There the linn will sell every
thing to bo found in a lirst class market ,
all of which will bo slaughtered in thoit
own house ut the stock yards. The lime
of thu opening has not yet been dcler
A .Mont Inspector.
Councilman Kappar expects lo have
ready for presentation at the next meet
ing of the council an ordinance providing
for the appointment of n meat and milk
inspector whoso duty it shall bo to insposl
all of the moat , game and milk offered
for solo in the city. The ordinuco ha ;
boon talked of for some time but its pre
paration has been hurried by the report !
that have been published alleging that
tainted meats are boinir sold in certain
markets in the city. Air. Kaspar deems
the ordinance a public necessity. He
says that if bad moat is being seild the
ollendors should bo punished , and if such
is not the case , the public should bo satis
lied that the meat they purchase has boon
examined by a competent inspector.
The Pcilernl Court.
In the ease of Thomas Mocktn vj
Bernard Beer , the jury reported yester
day that they had agreed upon all bul
ono of the counts in the judge's charge.
Jtidgo Dundy sent the jury back to get n
verdict without considering the disputed
The case of King vs. Stockhold , Sackel
ct al , was decided In favor of the defend
ants in the United States court yesterday
The ease of Cropsoy vs. Gage Co. , in
volving the title of the court house site in
Beatrice is on trial before Judge Dundy.
After the Kovlvnl.
Nearly all of the leading protcstant
churches in this city are holding nightly
services by way of enabling parties who
wore moved in spirit by Sam Jones
to become members. The increase
in membership , as a consequence , lia.n
boon in some cases most gratifying ,
The matter ot holding similar meetings
tit Hie V. AI. C. A. rooms for the accom-
modalipu of yoitnjr men is under con
sideration and will be decided in a few
Dr. William Saulsbttry was arraigned
before Judge Uuudy yesterday afternoon ,
charged with being implicated with
(5Iover , Whitmore and others iu the lain !
swindles near North Platte. Dr. Sauls
bury wus arrested a few ; days ago by
United Slates Marshal Bicrbowur while
attending a course of lectures at Rush
Medical college in Chicago. Hi- entered
a plea of guilty and was fined $100 and
costs , which ho paid.
Protecting the Vnlnalilco.
Collector Calhoun , of the revenue dc-
partmenl , has secured a mammoth lire-
proof safe for the better protection of the
valuable records of his oflice. The safe
is now at the depot and will not be re
moved until it is ascertained whether or
not the collector will be furnished w'itli
more commodious quarters. There is
scarcely room in his present oflieo for the
location of the new safe.
Possession nnti Ilont.q.
In the district court yesterday August
Pratt , administrator of the estate of N.
P. Isaacs , tiled a suit for tlic immediate
possGSsion of block ! J7 in West Omaha
that is now being held by Charles Wehror
and J. H. Blchol. The plaintiff also asks
for juiigment against the defendants in
the sum ot $ 1,000 for rnnts derived by the
defendants from the use of the property.
There will be a meeting of the Irish Na
tional League al Cunningham's hall o'u
Saturday evening at 7SO : o'clock , p. m.
K very member is urged to be present ,
ns matters of great importance will come
before the meeting.
JOHN A. MuSiiANK , President
An Insane l > ntionl.
Anna Diet ! , a German girl who has
been employed as a domestic by a family
living on Capitol avenue , was yesturdny
adjudged insane by the commissioners ot
Insanity , and will he taken to the asylum
at Lincoln to-day by Lu C'roho ,
Died In tin ; Hospital.
( Ico. McCabe , a man about sixty years
of ago , who hart recently como from
Hellovne , in this * stale , died yesterday
morning at St. ' Joseph's hospital. Ills
remains \ruro taltcn to the wurerooms of
Uarrett & Huafy.
A Small Itln/.c.
A lire broke out in a room oycr McCaf
frey's saloon at the corner of Fifteenth
and Douglas fitrcols at 8 o'clock last
night. Tlio blaxo was extinguished by
the prompt action of a bucket brigade.
A. V. Penii , of Sidney , la. , is in the
STOCK YAK 1)9 TAIiK.
Another Unto Trouble Morn Stock
Delays Other Notes.
The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Pan
lias announced that it will , In the
future , carry livestock from the Omaha
slock yards at proportionate rate o
through charges , inospectivo of the roai
which may have brought it In. Thu Rock
Island madi > a similar move last siitumci
and began hauling stock t'-at had come
into the- yards over the Northwestern am
B. iI'M. roads. At that time the run o !
live stock was heavy , and aa the North
western and B. & M. claimed the exclu
slvo right lo haul out the stock whicl
they had brought in , there was consider
able danger of a war of rates between
the roads. At the present time the run
of western cattle is oatlroly over ,
and as all the hogs comlnc lu
are being sold to loonl packers , the live
stock shipments amount to little or
nothing. During the month of Novem
ber the Milwaukee only hauled seven
teen cars of live stock out of the yards ,
and so long ns the shipments remain se ;
light there u not likely to lie ttuv great
objections made t > y the other roads.
, MOIIB KICKS.
Lvory day tlioroare loud complaints
made about the delays In forwarding live
stock from Omaha to the stock yards. It
frequently happens that more time is
consumed In hauling a train of stock
from Omaha to the stock yards than is
required to make the run from some
distant point in the state to Omaha. This
trouble Is not coiilincd to any ouo road
bul all the roads are equally bad in this
respect. Yesterday a train was left standing -
ing on the B. * M. track , near Boyd's
packing house , for nearly three hours ant
Jho slock did not arrive al the yards tint !
it was too Into for the market and hnd to
bo held over , causing additional expense
to the owner besides llio shrinkage and
risk in keeping slock over ,
Ho WnttladVlnc. .
A native of Switzerland who has boon
in the county jail for a few days , was re
leased yesterday and with tears in Ins
eyes begged Commissioner Timmo to
send him out of llio cily as ho was starv
ing to death.
"Don't Ihcy give you enougli to cat nt
the jailV'1 asked the commissioner.
"Oh , yes , " was t.h-j reply , in broken
Lnglish ; "but I cannot oat thestiill * wilh-
out wine ; Ihe-y don't give mo any wine. "
a'ho fellow was sent to Chicago ami
the commissioners will commence an in
vestigation to see what Joe Miller does
with the wine furnished for the jail birds
Miss Rachel Booth , Pearl Jackson ,
Klla Hunt , .lume-3 Kevins , * t\r. T. Bryant
and Jno. Newhousu , of llio "Keep it
Dark" company are at the Millard.
Miss Nellie Adams , of Chicago , is visit
ing friends in the city.
D. P. Briggor , surgeon of Hie Northern
Paeilie , is in the city.
Ihomus Roger , of 51. Joseph , Mo. , is
in the city on business.
Dr. R. T. Daily , of Ashland , is in the
NKlllSASKAXS IK Till : CITV.
Among the Nebraskatis in the city yes
terday were the following :
At the' Puxton F. B. Pcttibono , Albion ;
A. Adams , J. Jon-jon , Geneva ; 11. C. Me-
Gray , Fremont.
At the Canlield F. W. Frve , Lincoln ;
vR. . Adams. Falls City ; Edward Foley
and wife , Fontanolle.
At the Cox.r/ens- . A. Bowman , Jsorlh
Platte ; T. J. FarrolJ , Lincoln ; George
Lehman , Columbus ; II. W. Royuohl ,
k.V * * 1 ' " 'J
At the Winelsor W. Bennett , Myers ;
T. K. Wobl > , Calliiway , F. N.IIail.J.
Chase , Lincoln ; ' ! ' . F. Ptimphy , Friend ;
W. Snowdcn , Arapahoo.
At thoMiIlard--\V. K. Burl , liaslings ;
D. P. Davis , J. K. Halo , Ord ; C. A. Mai-
shall. Pluttsmoulh ; Perry Harrison , Val
ley J. M. ( Sundry , 0.V. . Lanter/ort ,
At llio Areado O. L. Kirk. Hastings ;
C. A. Rollins , Teknmah ; . ! . H. Wesloji ,
Beatrice ; Win. Dailoy. Porull. ; H. Bailey ,
Lincoln : I'M. ( Sootzingcr , Columbus ; 1' . J.
Burke , Blue Springs.
At the Metropolitan John Downer ,
Nebraska City ; M. Head , Plum Creek ; J.
W. Elliott , Norfolk.
The revenue collections veslcrdny were
$ ( t'J8i..r , ! a.
The docket in Hie county court for the
December term will bo called ,011 Tues
Permit to wed was issued yesterday to
( Scorm ! W. Bucknole and Misn Martha
Johnson , both of Klkhorn.
Lcshiu Chase commoncml suit m the
county court yesterday for possession of
lour rooms in the building at the corner
of Sixteenth and Douglasoccupied by Dr.
Iloughawemt. Failure to comply with
the terms of the leuso is assigned UH a
reason for the utlcmpl to oust tlio tenant.
C. K. Mayue commenced action in
Judge McCulloch's court yesterday to
got possession of property wrongfully
held , it is ! illi > g3d , by Nils Amlersou.
tii-noral Crook yesterday received the *
news that a saw mill boiler explosion
Hour Fort Du Chosno had killed a soldier
named Thomas Murphy of Company 1) ) ,
Twenty-lirbt infantry. Four others wore
The funeral of James Hoffman , a
Rtranger from Kansas who died at St.
Josoph'rf hospital , will bo buried from the
undm'luking establishment of Drexel &
Maul al o'clock ' on Sunday afternoon
under the auspices of the K. of P.
An arrow made of ivory was lately ex
tracted from the breast of a goo.sn'shoc
near Colusu , Cal. The natives think it
was originally shot by an K.simiiuaux.
Catarrh in the
ntTort ' of tlio bu Iy wtn'ro
rnturrli inny tiny portl'in
Orisltiatcs In ocrofiilouii lalnl In ttio bloort. Hence
. Hut csturrh of Ihfl
lhn inonibruni1 It Iniiiil.
thcpruierinclioit | ( by nhlch to euro rmn-rh , l lo
hfiul iihy far llm ninitcixiiniijii. uiul , flnnifo n > > my.
I'L'iui'V THE HUMID. Iu many dltutrecublo rmi- |
llabli lobonutflui'toilTin womlnrful nno-
tcimt , " nO tlio ilin er of ilcTOloplng Into llron- tboinnii -
rc HooJ' H.lr .iiarll'i | | Iris linl In cur iu riit.-irrh
final iup con uiuillun ,
clillls , or llml turrll'ln * , |
nil naoMitfar I\ILI ! tlili illonsi >
uroonllrelrrfrjiivtul ) br 1 1 neil < tinrnti fun Ilia nplicli | warrants ui
Iteail tlu foi- tu try the tiucullnrmallcliin. It ronnvnieiiin > l luvlj-
cu rri > cutun h br purl ylns tUu blooJ.
ornli'j tholilonil. uml tunc rv.'rynrim.
lowliix letter : IS , II. If yjuhjvn itenuc.l to set llujd'i ti.irnapj
"J cliperfully KlTB mjr oicpcil nca la the u a of iilla.iton it beliiducod tn fittauny otlu-r.
' . 1 limlioen \ lrutilIe < l with ni- .
lliii > l' farwiparllla. "I hard been troiiblo 1 Kliti < ' larrh fint , ouiuli.
uirlitoBonioexlt'iil fnra lonz thue , unit huil iuel
Bi'Cat uoiviici * ofliio bron'lil.il tubi't , uuU
rarioniniurilclno wltU nouuu < l icaiiHi , wlien I vru <
Speech Wai. Dillli.'till
I ie3iliiitluo-r ! ! &ir upiiuii ! wonlt cu'O ciwrrh ,
nil iny voice ITU > eatlrvljr unn tunil , JTunbcjan iiiUftcrUkliiuonlyona buttln I nmiiu 'li bultor.
to u > e Hoxl' b rtHii > rlllit n > u rcmedr. n < l ll'i MroutorrhUcuroJ.uytliro.it In unilrcl ) ' wull , nnJ
nucb coed iirot-l I bat In a few w ekf ipescU iuu inylie.l'lnclioliin ' : ill dl ni' | > mrxl. ( ' ft. ijiiiuuxi.H-iin-
ea r.U'o voice nalnrnlHinl tar teucr.il Imaltli wut llton. Duller I'miity , O. '
iuulMn > r > rav < Kl , bamotimcs aruturnorttiu < Iliea e ' Siir me uf iullli > r ' ulnrrli ,
InduMnJ l > tnklnj rnld.trhen I r wrtot once lu Ilooil' aparlllopiirci1
mtliut I nm
rat lisill'i ,
Ho 4' 8Jn > niMrllU. which 1 knap liy mac midLulltup mjr aijiif
tlio H8 ot LulcrlJian . ItU tlm llr l mtsd i-ln * I urcr
- I reK.ird Huuri forymiri.
< , niuallyuuaitUu- ) ' "
c cai'irrh. ' TiEuliaki
which would *
InvHluiiblo rptuolr fur Cdtuirh , knew of curn
banaVarllli in n 1'osTKii. Mlllprul Wrialif * Mill. Isiuan. otio.
and Justus > : Us eBi'Ct * ni ou mf jlf I LIIIIIIOI ajr ' .
Vi. lloxuru lo t't the I't'-'ul'jr Mudlclne.
.11 ; tlx fortt. l'icp r a only b > f 8oMtirull < irut U > w. l > * lr forfV Ikron rM .mtj l.jr
II Musi. I'U.I 1I0OU& CO. , Api > tU c rlMI.owol | , Mix.
C. I. I1X)1 > CV.
IOO Ono Dollar I 1OU Dotcx One Doilur
LIFP TO DEATH
is but a moment if rlioumatistnor notirnl-
gia strlkts the honrt. These illscnsus nro
the most iialuful and ( ho most tlnncerou *
of any to which human klmt Is liable
J'hoy Hy from ono pai'l to auotlior with
out a moment's warnintr , anel linltnonls
and olhor njiplicntlons are In ( hoinsolvcs
ilaiigorous bocnuso they are liable to
tlrlvo the' iltsoaso to somu vital organ anil
cause1 nislnnt iloath. Hlicumatism and
ueurclgia are ilisi-astvi of the bloeitl , and
an only bo rcnrlicd by a rnnioily which
will drive from llio lilooil the daugi-rotis
acids , Stioh a remedy Is Athlonhoros. It
lias been thorougltly tested and is a safe ,
. .uu.hui > i. > . .iii ii , employed nt the sash
factory of IluUljj Uros. Muuufiieturhu ;
Co. , Muscatine , Iowa , says : "About a
year n o my wife was alllcted with both
rheiituallsiu and neuralgia. She had used
numerous remedies with no apparent re
lief. Having learned of some of the
cures ctVected by Athlophoro * I boiteht
some for hor. 1 think it wus four or live
bottles she used , since which time she
has been entirely well of both rheuma
tism and neuralgia. As shn was a very
reat Millercr 1 consider Athlophoros a
very cfliulunt remedy in curing .stiuli a
W. C. McCluin , clerk for Smith * Hone-
stool , Druujrist : ) , Atlantic , Iowa , says : " 1
have tried ovcrvthlnjr I knew of for my
rheumatism , but nothing did mo any
uood until 1 usetl Atlilophoros. U was iit
July , 1831. 1 was conlined totliehoti.se
for over a month , ami was obliired to use
crutches. I sullbred with this rhotmia-
tism for nbout a year. Finally 1 decided
to give Athlophoros a trial'thinking it
would be no bettor than the medicines I
had used. 1 foil a i-nungo after 1 hail
u.sed a bottle. 1 continued using it. nnd
have not had any rheumatism since.
Every druggist should koup Atlilopho
ros and Athlophoros I'llls , but wltoro
they cannot 1m bought of llio dru uist
the Athlophoros Co. , 120 Wall si , . Now
j ork , will send eilhur , carriage paid , on
receipt of regular price , which is $1 per
bottle for Alhlophoros ami OOe for the
Tor liver iiiul UlJnoy dlsiiasct , i1v pcrmlA , In-
ulRMtton , wonlinc .iiurvous Mobility , ilisenu's ,
; ifromiiii \ \ , i-onstlpution , honilnoho , Inipiiui ,
liloiiil , ota. Atlilnphoros 1'IIU urn unuuunlli l ,
Electric Appllinee : are sent on 30 Days' ' Trial ,
TO MEN Ofil.Y , YOUNQ OR OLD ,
-\T7 UO uro ruifcrlntr Trom KETITOU * nnriLirv ,
> V Lost VITALITY. LACK OK N'ruvn for.cn A I >
Vioon. WAJTINU WEHKNKVCT , iina nil IhoKo rtlfri p
of ft | 'CI OK I. NATURE tvimlilnK front Aursitj uiul
OTHKlt CAUREB. Fiicudy relict nn > l ciminli-Ut rrslo-
rvtlun of lICALTn.Vniou and.M IMIOOH OCAiuXTtin.
'i'bo grainiest illci Tery of the Nlnt1rntl ! eVnlury
Bond ntonrn for llluslrMwIl'iinuilik-tfrcr. Aildrcsi
TQLTAin BEIT CO. . MARRHAU , MlflH.
AttK .WBS.,1 , TieiUItlPJIAiVJL' !
] \ > i-8t\lt'an yours , tlioy have stomllly ( rulni * !
n favor , and with Biilcs constantly IncroiHlnif
mvoljocomelho most popular corset tlirouirli-
jut tlm I'nltiiil stntci.
Tlio IS , I ! unil It II K'niilo. ' niumuilu In SHOUT
MF.mr.M AND MXTIIA I.ONII WAIST , Biiituhk > Mr
ill llffiirns. Tint (1 ( quality , inu.ln . tit I'Mjdlsli
JtMitlliH-wiimuitiHl to vtoiir twieo n8 lon r iw
lljlic ! t mvnrrtR from nil tlio World's wont
1'iilr * . Tlio luft utoaiil ri'i-ttlvril in for Kni-tr
) Kiur.K ov MKHIT , iroin the lulu K.viiObltiuu
ird ! ut Now Urlennri.
While scot 8 of iiiiti'iits Iiuvn Ix'cn round
vnrlhU'.ss , tlm principle * ol' the Olovc-l-'Hlhiff
nivu provoil Inviiluiililu.
Itelallur.s are iiuthorlmt to rot'uni ] money , i ,
m cxiiniiimtlnn.tlioNo Uortu-lR do not provo its
upn-sonttHl lOll 8AMJ HVKIIVWIIUKIi
CATAUXlIli : I'ltllH ON Al'ri.lCATJOS.
rilOMSON , LANGDON & CO. . New York.
Or tlii > I.litu IJublt , 1'oHiliioly
( 'ill-oil by Administering Dr.
llltlttCI. ' OolllCIl MM-Cl < lD.
* t < -nn ho Klvnn tn n cup of i-nHVo or leu wltlicnit
111" kiinnleilgi'ur th | ri > on lutiliiKll , IsBbwIutoljr
barmln.s4.uail will cllvci n ixrmuiiuut r.nil aixxnlx
cure , whct'ior llio r Hont In a moderate rh1nk roi
il luculiullo wiock. It b h lx > i'ii ' i < lvm In ilioil-
l : ii > of r i , nud In every Intlxnce njifrfiK-t euro
. It ni-vrr I'nlK Tlio cyitlvm oucu
with ths Hpi-clHc , ItlJwrtmMnn uttei
for tlio liquor npjietllu lonilnl.
FOI ; HA Ml UY F01.LOWIKO DltUntllHlti :
AfJIN .1 : CO. . Cur. 13lli uiid Donulan , nnd
IHth & f 'umltiK Sli. . Onio iu , IVeli.i
A. II. VOSTKIl cV Kill ) . ,
( 'opnoil nillfTn. low/l.
Col ] nrwrltn for | mniiljlt ) < iii-tiiiilni | (
nrtef luHiiiifcl.4 from tliulM jt nuii.L-u AJJO i
porfopt suOatltue * for Mother' *
mlll < . IiivuluabU , In oholorn Infnntiini
nnfl TeethlnK. A pre-illReaifxl roon for O > a *
peptlcBOonoumntlVBi , ConvnlescontB.
I'nrlrct ( mlrlunt lu ull WaBIInK DIsn.-jBdU.
Konulroii no rouklnn. Our iiii < .k. The Curn
unU foacJInK of lnfan i roulliwl iren.
PtfUBHIl. ( ! UOI/U.Q It on , DODUJU , Mare
UN t-iiuseis , and u now und
1EAFNESS. I pncn sfiil ITIM'ut your own
* liiiinn hy ono \vho XVIH dcnf twonl ) i-lvht
imt . Trontnil by ni t of I he nolnil pnm l
Mi wllhemi liiMinllt ; uuioil In iinull In Ihtco
iniithn , mill MiifO Ihon hmi'liinli ul other * ,
'nil ' iiartli'iilni hunt on iippl nnllon. T Ii.
AUK. No. 41 Wt-Htaisl St , Now \ tirk city.
cr Wormy VolllO oflliu xcroliiiii Oi'Itn Ut
; t it.l < u. uf Lost Mnnhooil , Debility. * . ,
iKklr 1r < " > i < ' 'jy mini l > y llm eifiQtlc CraUlo-
ompriinaoiSi * 8. ' "i / ln . oiit ulw WM.
VUL Ui'Jfi'iL tOKKl , 171 fdtw Ot. , Vtr Vctk.
Tansill's ' Punch Cigars
wore Bhlppinl ilnvlnu the part
tire ycurf , % flU < oul u clnim-
iiifrfn ourcuiplor. NonllKT
lidiiooin the v.iirJJCRu truth *
fully uinbi' Buh u chonUiif.
Ono buimt ( dork-r only/ /
wnntixl In ivicti town.
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