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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEtt SATURDAY , JUNE 11. 1887.
J , IIART WALKING TO VICTORY ,
The Colored Pedestrian Well in the Lead
in the Six-Day Contest.
O'LEARY GETS ON HIS MUSCLE-
Lcnvenwortli Detents Hasting * In a
Very Pretty Gnino of Dall The
lown Firemen's flnccs
The Walking Match.
'rhcrol3notlilngsii.ro about the walking
match m progress at the exposition building
except that Hart has a slnch on first money ,
lie has liml an easy wrok of It Capable of
covering GOO miles In six days ho has not
labored very hard to cover the 400 miles
which will bo Riven to his credit to-nlpht.
Ills hardest work was In tunning Urc/ee ,
who was a dancerons man for second place ,
oil the track. The contest Is now for
second place and lies between llcrrl-
man and O'Leary. They were tied nt
midnight , and both will oialco a final struggle
to-day. U'Leary lias not been able to eat
anything Hlncu the walk began , but depends
upon hl.s staying powers to lead llcrrlninn In
the closln ? hours ot the content. Herrlman
Is somewhat jaded , but keeps up his gait
with doited persistency. Smith , UreKe and
liulfman are pursuing the even tenor of
their way. The score at 1 oclock last nlcht
was as follows :
Hart : 0 C
Jlerrlman 31U ! i
O'Leary 818 0
Gregg 8SO 0
Kinlth 270 0
llufftnnn 373 0
The attendance nt the match yesterday and
last evening was large , nnd promises well
for the financial success of the venture. This
evening the price of admission will bo SO
cents for the llrst floor and 'J5 cents for the
gallery. The contest will close to-night at
O'Lcarr On Ilia Muscle.
At 13:80 : o'clock this morning at the expo
sltlon building Dun O'Leary objected to the
score given Herrlman , and claimed that the
scorer had pushed the latter pedestrian two
miles ahead of his rightful distance. The
Bcorer replied that ho hadn't done anything
of the kind. To this O'Leary responded that
the scorer was a Har and a thief , and
when the hcorer returned the compliment ,
jumped on the stage with a chair. The scorer
wasn't looking lor that kind of a lap to be
made and ran behind the board. At this
juncture Jerry Murphy got bold of O'Leary
and led him to his dressing room. Then ho
undertook to glvn the doughty pedestrian
some advice and O'Lonry heeded It by knockIng -
Ing Murphy oil Ills chair. Then Dan grabbed
the wine bottle , drank oil its contents , and
threw the bottle at Murphv.
Manager Schriver appeared on the Rceno
at this juncture and quieted matters.
O'Leary Immediately resumed the track and
was off as if his little break had refreshed
111 in as much as a twelve-hour sleep. The
race for second place Is now close between
O'Leary and llorrlman , and each vows that
ho will stay on the track continuously until
Ijenvcmvorth Defeats Hasting * .
Neb. , Juno 10. [ Special Tale-
gram to the UEE.J Leavenwoith defeated
Hastings to-day by n score of 3 to 0. The
home team could not hit Swartzel at nil.
Wchrlo pitched a good game for the home
team , and was admirably supported in the
field. The following ols itho score by in
Leavpnworth. . . .0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 * 3
Hastings 0 00000000 0
Huns earned Leavonworth 3. Krrors
Hastings a. Base hits Loavenworth 7 , Has
tings 0. Two base hits Leavenworth 2 , Has
tings 1. Struck out Swartzel 11 , SVehrlo 2.
Bases on balls Wehrle 3 , Swartzol l. Bat
teries Swartzel aud Reynolds , Wehrle and
Local Dall Notes.
Colonel Jack Snood , formerly of the Union
Pacifies , Is in the city. Ho has signed with
The grounds at the Association park are In
a very damp condition and will probably
cause a postponement of the Omaha-Topeka
game billed for this afternoon. It Is probable
( hat two games will be played to-morrow.
The C.K. Mayne club will play with the
Moore ft Klullngoz nine , of Council Ululls ,
at Lake Manawa to-morrow afternoon.
Lincoln Dall Notes.
LINCOLN , Neb. , June 10. [ Special to the
Br.E.J The rain to-day deferred the Kansas
City-Lincoln game and yesterday Lincoln
escaped defeat by the timely arrival of rain.
Lincoln has now a team that otieht to win.
They have just signed the Loavemvorth first
baseman , paying 8700 for his release , and
Ilart , their new pitcher , arrived Thurday
, from Philadelphia. The club now has three
pitchers , each with n record , and they hope
to wipe Urn earth with the other western
league clubs the remainder of the season.
National League Oaiuci.
BOBTO.Y , Juno 10. The ( tame between
the lioston and Philadelphia teams to-day
resulted as follows :
Uoston 0 7
Philadelphia 1 4
Pitchers Conway and Buftlnton. Haso bits
Uoston 0 , Philadelphia 12. Krrors JJoston
4 , Philadelphia 6. Umpire Holland.
NEW YonK , Juno in. The game between
tlm New York and Washington teams to-day
resulted as follows :
NnwYork. . l 9
Washington 0 00 a ooooo a
Pitchers Kcefe and Whitney. Base hits-
New York J8 , Washington 7. Errors New
York 2 , Washington 3. Umpire Powers.
CHICAGO , June 10. The game between
the Chicago and Pittsburg teams to-day re
sulted as follows :
Chicago 3 ' 0001350 * 10
Piltsburg 0 3
.Pitchers Baldwin and Calvin. Base hits
Chicago 10. Pittsburg 11. Errors Chicago
4 , Plttsburg 9. Umpire Pearce.
DKTIIOIT , June 10. The game between the
Detroit nnd Indianapolis teams to-day re-
nulted as follows :
Detroit 3 0400232 1 21
Indianapolis 1 3
Pitchers Weldmnn and llealy. Base hits
Detroit 15) ) , Indianapolis 10. Errors-De
troit 1 , Indianapolis 0. Umpire Doescher.
The American Association.
.liAi/riMOJiK , Juno 10. The game between
Baltimore and Cleveland to-day resulted as
Baltimore 1 30110301-8
Cleveland 0 0 2
Pitchers KnoufT and Crowell. Base hits
Baltimore 12 , Cleveland fl. Krrors Haiti'
inore 1 , Cleveland0. Umpire Kulmer.
PIIU.ADKT.IMIIA , Juno 10. The game be
tween the Athletics and St. Louis to-day re
sulted as follows :
Athletics. 1 4 3 1 3 1 O'O 1 13
Bt. Louis 0 3340033 * 14
Pitchers Atklsson and 1'outz. Base hits
Athletics 17 , St , Louis 18. Krron > Ath
letics 0 , Ht. Louis , a. Umpire Valentine.
NKW YOKK , Juno 10. The iramu between
Metropolitan and Louisville co-day resulted
as follows :
Metropolitan 0 3001000 1- .
Louisville o aioooao * o
/ Pitchers Shaffer nnd llecker. Base hits
Metropolitans 8 , Louisville 13. Errors
Metropolitans s , Louisville 3. Umpire
UIIOOKLYX. June 10. The game between
Brooklyn and Cincinnati to-day resulted as
| Brooklyn 5 0100083 0-17
Cincinnati 0 00003030-5
, Pitchers-Porter and McUlnnls. Base hits
, Brooklyn SO. Cincinnati 8. Errors Brooklyn
\f \ , Cincinnati 8 , Uniplro McQuado.
Last Jerome 1'nrk Races.
YOKK , June 10. The spring ruect-
fa Ing of the American Jockey club was closed
JT at Jerome park to-day. The attendance was
icood , the weather charming nnd the track
good. The tollowlni : is the nummary :
_ Maidens , two-year-olds , live furlongs :
fr Jlllly Brown won. Tonlque second , Flltaway
I ? third. Tlaio-l:07X.
Mile and sixteenth : Quito won , Almy
leeond. Anarchy third. Time I : MK.
For tureo-year-olds , mile and sixteenth :
Stockton won , Brynwood second , ouly two
starters. Tune 1:53 : ,
Mlle and one-quarter : Tonboecker won ,
Brown Duke second , Ureentieia third.
Time 3:18. :
Three-quarter mile , gentlemen rldera :
Bier iron. Hlmalyas second. Burgomaster
Three-quarter uillo : Little Minnie won ,
Strathsplo second , Queen of Harts third.
Handicap steeple cn.is'e , ( all course ! Judeo
Irlflith won , Harboroiieh second , Disturb
ance third. Time 4:31K. :
nt Ht. Louis.
ST. Louis , June 10. There was cloudy ,
cool weather for the races to-day , with a fair
nit not fast track and a good attendance.
The following Is the summary :
For all ages , mile : Font won. Egraont second
end , Malaria third. Time 1:42K. :
For two-year-old * , three-fourths of a mile :
Van Leland won , Jack Cocks second , Oscar
third. Time 1:17 : .
One and one-eighth miles : St Valentine
wnti , Uold Flea second , Hopcdalo third.
For three-year-olds , one and one-fourth
miles : Terri Cotta won , Carrie second , Mahoney -
honey third , lime 3lti : > f.
One and one-sixteenth miles : Panama
won , Florence E. second , Hornpipe tlilrd.
Time li.Vi'f. '
Mllu : 1'eto Willis won , Enchantress second
end , Emma Manly third. Tlino l:4J'v :
Last of the Ascot nnco.i.
Losrjo.y , Juno 10. This was the last day
of the Ascot heath race meeting. The race
for the Hardwlcko stakes of 2,000 sovereigns
was won by Ormonde , Minting second and
Italn Hinders the Sport.
Sioux CITV , la. , Juno 10. [ Special Tele
gram to the UKE.J The rain Inter
fered In very largo part with the state lire-
men's tournament to-day. The races wcro
not advertised to commence until about noon.
The early incoming trains brought a largo
number of visitors , and had It not boon for
the bad weather thu last day would have
been one of the most Interesting of the entire
week. It was finally derided to postpone the
free-for-all nnd hub-and-hiib races until to
morrow afternoon. The only races of to-day
were the following :
Hook and 'ladder sweepstake : Wclton
team , "lOO-yards run and climb of thirty foot
lu MS seconds on slippery ground.
Sweepstakes hose race : A. 11. Smith team ,
of Clinton , 47 seconds.
The Future or thn Boat Clnb.
It seems to bo understood among the mem
bers of the Omaha Kowlng club that they
can never expect to accomplish the object
of their association in Cut-Off lake. There
are two feet more of water there now than
over before , and yet the weeds come
up eo hlph as to make it
Impossible to row * through them. In the
opinion of Mr. Hudson at least S'iOOO would
bo required to dredge the lake.nnd that , pur-
haps , would have Its effect but for a couple
of years , when the same expense would again
have to be incurred. The financial condition
of the club is not such as to warrant this
periodical outlay. When there is a cer
tainty of a motor line to Lake Manawa ,
which fact will bo determined In n few day.s ,
the club will decide as to whether or not It
will build Its house nt that place.
To-day and Monday there will bo a gen
eral practice ot the Omaha Oun nnd Le-
fovre clubs at the now grounds , by way of
preparation for the forthcoming tournament.
A Texas Prohibition Sensation.
SAN ANTONIO , Tex. , Juno 10-Hon.
llryan Callaban , mayor of this city ; Phil
Sheridan , chief of police ; Alderman Dezner ,
ex-Alderman Lockwood , Fred liorclT , Jr. ,
cashier of the San Antonio National bank ,
and four other well known citizens were ar
rested to-day on warrants sworn out before
the United States commissioner by Judge
W. 11. Booker , n loading prohibitionist ,
charging the defendants with disturbing and
breaking up a prohibition meeting held last
Tuesday night on n lot owned by the federal
government The city council had previ
ously refused permission to hold the meeting
on the public plaza. The arrests have caused
a sensation and Intensified the feeling be
tween the prohibitionists nnd antl-prohlbl-
tlonlsts. The defendants were released on
their own recognizance.
The Pauper Emigrant Question.
Nnw YORK , Juno 10. Counsel for the In-
man Steamship company applied to-day to
the United States district court for a writ of
habeas corpus In the case of seventy Irish
emigrants whose return to Ireland on the
City of Chester to-morrow has been ordered
by Ihe emigrant commissioners. 'Iho argu
ments will be heard Tuesday. Two thousand ,
seven hundred and twenty-eight emigrants
were landed at Castle Garden to-day. The
new rule to hold all children under sixteen
years of age unaccompanied , by the proper
guardians wont Into effect this morning.
Several bora were found to bo alone and they
were held lor Investigation.
Bosses Refuse to Arbitrate.
CHICAGO , June 10. The attempt of the
Bricklayers union to arbitrate the differences
with employers has failed. The bosses this
afternoon declined to arbitrate , and the cud
of the lockout Is apparently as far away ns
ever. The action of the master masons , It Is
thought , will cause the master carpenters to
ndhore to their nine-hour plan , nnd the re
sult will bo that thousands of Idle men will
bo added to those already out of work. The
builders' central council has adopted resolu
tions recommending to nil subordinate asso
ciations the establishment of n uniform
workday and commending the action of the
In the Italian Deputies.
RotiK , June 10. In the cnamber of depu
ties to-day Signer Doves questioned the gov
ernment in regard to the rumors of a recon
ciliation wltti the Vatican. Minister Crlspi
said the government at any rate was not
aeoHing conciliation aud had no wish to know
what was occurring in tan Vatican. The
time had ripened , however , for questions
that might lead to a reconciliation , which
would never bo detrimental to national
General Dlaok Soron ailed.
111. , June 10. UeneralJohn
C. Ulack , of the pension office , was given a
complimentary serenade at the hotel this
evening. In expressing his thanks for the
attention , ho delivered a lifteon-uilnuto
speech which was entirely free from politics
and which In the main was given to praising
the capital city ot Illinois and tbe state. A
brief tribute was also paid to the statesmen
dead aud living of tbe common wealth.
Findlay Still Celebrating.
FINDI.AY , O. , June 10. The third day of
the natural gas carnival was devoted to mill-
tary exhibitions. The city was filled with
spectators. In the evening there was a glit
tering military parade by gas light , a repetl
tlon of the marvelous Illumination , and a
band contest that aroused uncommon Inter
est In musical circles and was very agreeable
to the listeners.
A Sympathetic Strike.
ST. PAUL , Jnno 10. Three hundred and
fitly union bricklayers quit work to-day ns
an expression of sympathy with the striking
carpenters. The bricklayers make no de
mand for themselves. A general mass meet
Inc of all the building .trades will bo held to
morrow night , when the question ot a gen
eral strike of all the building trade workers
will bo considered.
Machinery Constructors Adjourn.
PiTTsuxmo , Juno 10. The first annual
convention of machinery constructors ad
journed this atternoon , to meet In Chicago
on the first Monday in June , 1SSS. A resolu
tion was passed pledging the new national
assembly to support and vote for any labor
ticket nominated In tlm future.
The Sultan' * Demand Refused.
CONSTANTINOPLE , June 10. The sultan
demands a further modification , ot the
Egyptian convention before It Is ratified.
Sir Henry Drummond Wolff refused to ac
cede to the sultan's demand , and has re
ferred the matter to the home government.
Mo Didn't Go to Canada.
CINCINNATI , June 10. Michael llauck , ex-
director of the city lulirmary , was found
guilty to-day on an Indictment for signing a
fraudulent bill against the city In his official
capacity. His follow directors are in oxllo
Dr. McGlynn Isolated.
HOME. June 10. The Monltenr says that
although Dr. McGlynn rofasea to submit to
the authority of the church , the pope's Inter
vention has bad ita effect , as Dr. McUlyiD U
THE DOUTOBS ADJOTJ1UN.
Interesting Closing Session oftlic Na
tional Medical Association.
CIIICAOO , June 10. At the closing session
of the National Medical association to-day
members were selected to road papers at the
next meeting on general medicine , general
surcery and public medicine. Surgeon Gen
eral Hamilton , of the marine service , offered
a resolution which was adopted thntcongrcss
be requested to publish for distribution to
the profession copies of the report to be pub
lished by Dr. Steinberg , U. 8. A. , on hU re-
flearchcs into the causes of yellow tover In
Mexico and Brazil. The chairmen of the sev
eral sections rend their nddrrssoc.
In that of the section on med
ical jurisprudence the Increase of Insanity
In the United States was compared with
the Increase In some Kuropeon countries and
the conclusion drawn that Insane persons
and those of feeble minds were .shipped
here from Kurope. Drunkenness was
touched on In Its aspect as a disease , and It
was held that the state should not license
depots for the dissemination of physical
contamination which may become heredi
tary . , and advocated the punishment of
drunkards. Resolutions relating to the rec
ognition of dentists as members of the medi
cal profession were adopted , as was also one
that the board of trustees bo made n standing
commltteoon finance. Adjourned to meet lu
Cincinnati on the second Tuesday In May ,
Afghan Troops Desert.
BOJIHAV , June 10. It U repotted that several
oral regiments of Afghan troops , Including
two from Herat , together with the officer * ,
deserted in rc.sponsc to a proclamation of the
nmccrof Bokhara , Inviting the enlistment
ot Afghans under Afghan commanders.
Frcbh troops have been ordered from Cabul
to replace the Herat garrison , which Is sus-
ptcted of being in sympathy with the gover
nor ot IVujdeh. The Husslans advanced
10,000 troops to within six liokhanui tirstangs
of Herat , and occupied Karak , which Is four
Orstangs distant trom Herat
Weather Indications ,
For Nebraska : Fair weather , preceded by
local rains In eastern portion , slight changes
In temperature , southerly winds.
For lown : Southerly winds , local rains ,
For Eastern Dakota : Local rains , followed
by fair weather , stationary temperaturewinds
A Bankrupt French Shylock.
PAIIIS , June 10. Gavrler Levy , the great
bill discounter. Is bankrupt. Ills son and
head clerk have been arrested. Levy was
permitted to give bail. Great Interest Is
thown In the affair. Levy made nn enormous
fortune by loaning small sums of money to
The Dykes Still Stand.
VIENNA , June 10. A hurricane and rain
shower occurred to-day near Make , and sev
eral workmen were washed away. The
dykes still withstand the pressure of the
The Segedleu dykes have boon repaired
and are now out of danger. Make , however ,
Is still threatened.
Juno 10. fSpeclalTele-
gram to the BEK. | Arrived Tbe Alier ,
from Now York for Bremen.
QUKENhTOWjr , Juno 10. Arrived The
Wisconsin , from New York.
The Balloon Trip Postponed ,
ST. Louis , Juno 10. Owing to the un
favorable wind currents the ascension of the
New York World balloon , which had been
announced for to-morrow ( Saturday ) , has
been postponed until further notice.
A Steamer Ashore.
HALIFAXJuno 10. The steamship Acacia ,
with 2,000 tons of rails , bound for New Or
leans. Is ashore between. Schooner Pond and
Big Glace bay. She will probably be n total
Dooillor McDonald Testifies.
CHICAGO , June 10. Engineer McDonald ,
of th county hospital , was * placed on the
stand In the boodle trial to-day. He gave a
resume of bis life and denied his connection
with Schneider in any county job.
No Sunday Liquor For Guests.
NEW YORK , June 10. Judge Lawrence , In
the supreme court to-day , gave n decision in
the test cases of the hotel-keepers , holding
that they could not sell liquor to their guests
with meals on Sunday.
Going to London ,
VIKNNA , June 10. The empress of Aus
tria starts for England July 2 and will stay
for a month at Cromer , a watering place in
ATIIKNS , June 10. King George nnd the
crown prince have started for London to at
tend the queen's jubilee.
THE DEATH WAS ACCIDENTAL.
The Victim of Thursday's Accident
On The Union Pacific.
Coroner Drexel yesterday afternoon
held an inquest over the remains of the
victim of Thursday's accident. The man
was identified as John Ilollonder , a la-
borer.who lived on South Thirtieth street.
Ho was sixty-thrco years of age , and
loaves a wife and two grown sons. The
crow of the dirt train which ran Hollcn-
der down testified to the circumstances
of the accident. Conductor Cunningham
stated that hu was standing on n Hat car
Keeping a lookout , but did not see Hoi-
louder until within a few rods oMiim. He
shunted a cry of alarm , and Hollander
made an attempt to get out of the way ,
but was struck just as ho was springing
from the track. The jury returned a
verdict exonerating the trainmen from
any blame in the matter. Thu funeral of
the deceased will bo held from his late
The Naiad Queen.
Mine. Modjcska and her husband ,
Count de Bozcnta , attended the produc
tion of "Tho Naiad Qucon1' at the opera
house last evening , and expressed themselves
solves as greatly charmed with the on *
tire performance. The count was os
pccially pleased with the scenery , ' which
no pronounced the finest ho had over
seen. The matinco this afternoon and
the ( regular performance this evening
close ( the successful run of this magni-
cunt ( spectacle.
Impressive Funeral 'at Lyons.
John Monarity , father of Rev. John
Mormnty , the Catholic clergyman oi
Lyons , Neb. , recently died. The funeral
was held yostorday. Eight clergymen
were in attendance and a very largo
concourse of people who had long known
and respected the deceased. 1''J. Bar
rett , of Barrett & Heafey , embalmed the
remains , which were sent to Bedford ,
The sixth and seventh grades at
the Farnam street school indulged in a
pleasant musicale yesterday afternoon.
(5eorgo ( Tronwith , who is charged' with
being implicated with the would-bo train
robbers , was arrested last night as a aua
The county commissioners met yester
day morning and ordered the county
clerk to advertise for bids for aboul
40.000 yards of grading on the Ireland
From information received yesterday
some of tbo suspected train robbers now
in tbo city jail are wanted in Sioux
City , Dos Moines and Fort Worth , Tox.
Their guns audoutiit that were supposed
to bo in the valise taken from the Union
Paciiio depot last Thursday morning ,
bavo notot been recovered by the po
Sheriff Coburn , who is chairman of the
finance committee of the board of edu
cation , yesterday borrowed ? 1,853 , to pay
the janitors and for other labor per
formed for the ichool district. The ac
tion was in compliance with a resolution
adopted by the board instructing the
committee to make a temporary loan to
msfct these claims until lucre are funds.
in Uio Hcliool treasury.
AFTER A VERI BUSY SESSION
The Lutheran Bynod Will Beach an Ad
journment This Af.crnoon ,
THE BIG WORK OF YESTERDAY
A Souvenir of Omaha John flollon-
dor's Death Itock Island Mag
nates Contractor Pan-
nine Talks Local.
The Morn Inn Session ,
Tlio uioriiine session opened with
devotional services under tbc leadership
of Hov. Dr. Ort , the president. The con
sideration of business began at half past
nine o'clock. The board of education
was authorized lo draw upon the treas
ury of the general synod for funds
needed in the execution of tlioir work.
The chairmen of the several delegations
Wcro instructed to call the attention of
their synods to the importance of raising
the money needed for this purpose.
Hcv. J. D. Scverliighaus read a report
of the condition and work of thu recently
established German theological seminary
at Chicago , 111. During the past two
years this institution lias sent out ton
young moii into the ministry. Thu re
ceipts of the seminary treasury wcro
The report answering inquiries of the
hymnbook ptibllshlnc committee was
discussed by Hcv. Dr. llauglicr. Kov. Dr.
Uillhciraer and Mr. J. W. Rico ,
These inquiries arose by reason of the
fact that a recent edition of the Sunday
school hymn book containoit the apes
tles' creed with ditlurunt punctuation
from that found in the book ot worship.
An amicable diilcrencu of opinion ex
isted between ttio hymnbook comraittco
aud the Sunday school hrmubook com
mittee , nnd they desired the synod to de
fine the authority of the standing com
mittee. The decision was that all
publications concerning the doctrinal
teachings of the church must
first bo approved by thu general
synod. The hymnbook publishing
committee was declared to have no au
thority to alter or amuiui the subject mat
ter prepared by any other standing com-
niittco until so ordered by the general
A proposition from the United synod
of the south asking for the appointment
of a committee to act with a similar com
mittee on their part to secure not only a
common service , but a common hymn
book , was referred to the standing com
mittee on common order of service.
Uov. E. J. Wolf , D.D. , read tbo report
of the committee on the ro-ostablisluuent
of the ollico of deaconess , declared that
this ollice has the sanction of the apostles
nnd the approval of the early
church , in which thor deaconesses exer
cised the function ? df this ollice. The
committee did see" , their way clear to
authorise its immediate restoration in the
churches , but they .recommended . con
tinned investigation of the subject , which
should bo reported'1 upon again at the
The report was adopted and the com
mittee continued with the addition of
Hov. J. 11. Harpslcrof Canton , O.
Rev. Dr. IJaughoriproionted a resolu
tion that the general synod having no r-
gan for the publication of its views ex
cept its own oflicial minutes , wishes it
distinctly understood that for whatever
else is published br Ultors and contribu
tors , the individual , writers alone arc re
The report on correspondence with
other ecclesiastical bodies showed that
fractional relations exist with other de
The committee on Lutheran union had
accomplished nothing and desired to be
discontinued , which petition the synod
The resolutions appended to the homo
mission report which had not been previ
ously acted on were considered. The one
recommending the appropriation of fJ5- (
000 for the home missions during the
next two years was adopted. The dis 0t
cussion on the remainder of the report
occupied . the time until the hour for ad
The following standing committees
were announced :
On Deaconesses Rev. ( } . N. Wcnuer ,
Rev. A. C. Wedokind , Rev. E. J. Wolf , D.
D. , and Rev. J. H. Harpstcr.
To revise order of business of the gen
eral synod Hov. W. H. Dunbar , Rev. A.
S. Hartman , Rev. H. S. Cook.
On Foreign Correspondence Rev. A.
tbcrlandcr ; Uov. J. D. Sevcringhaus ,
Rev. R. ( J. Linker , Rev. F. I' . Ilcnning-
hausen , C. A. Hay , D. D.
On Sunday Schools Rev. W. H.
Singly , D. D. , Rev. M. V. Stupplebeen ,
Mr. J. W. Rico. W. H. Rumple , csq.
Revision of Formula of Government
Rev. W. M. Baurn. J ) . D. , Rev. C. S. Al
bert , S. D. Schmuuker , csq.
Ror. T. F. Rceser , ol Polo , 111. , made
the opening praj'or. The consideration
of the remaining resolution in the nome
mission report was resumed and the en
tire report adopted. The unfinished
business of the publication society
claimed attention , and resolutions of the
report of that board , which were unfav
orable to the publication of a Lutheran
cyclopedia were still further discussed oy
Rev. Svlvanus Stall nnd Rev. T. W. Con
rad , D.D.
Dr. Conrad was in favor of publishing
the work because it is needed by our
families and ministers on general princi
ples. Any church needs such a work.
The Lutheran moat of all , because of its
ago and numbers and the numerous
countries in which she is found. Also because -
cause the use of EO many languages in
this country and the rapidly increasing
anglicised population arising from this
source. Other cyclopedias and theologi
cal dictiouarics misrepresent the Luther
an church , and to publish a cyclopedia
of our own is the only way to prevent the
pcrpctuatfou of these mistakes ,
i'ho doctor fca 6 many in
stances of how "he Imd often
been obliged to correct these misappre
hensions m bis association with leading
men in other churches. Ho hoped that
thn timidity manifested by some of the
brethren would not bo felt by all.
Inasmuch , as under the instruction of
thu society the board had gone on and
had prepared a plan for the work , a halt
should not be callcU at this time.
The book might not ] pay immediately ,
but we need books that do not pay. He
referred to the other great works , such
as "Schmidt's Dograatik , " that had not
brought great money returns , out wore
still of incalculableyaiiiQ to the church.
He. went on to say that few men pos
sessed the necessary qualifications to be
the editor. I'rovideacb sometimes brings
such men forth. Fpurjuars ago I would
not have known where to find a man Ht
for this work A man who is put upon
the track will novur leave it until becomes
comes successfully to the conclusion of
the work. Hero he pointed to Rev. Syl-
vanns Stall , giving the reasons why Mr.
Stall would be able to obtain the co
operation of leading men in ail branches
of the church , and saying farther : What
if it docs cauio great expense ? We hare
tbo money , and this would be the best
use wo can make of it. Do not bo afraid
to venture. Where is your faith and
your hope ? The publication society is
the only one that is able to do this work.
A bold venture is half the victory.
Rev. Mr. Stall bald that he had no per
sonal interest in the matter , Ho did not
know whether lie could accept the posi
tion of editor , and wished the decision to
be reached \vithout anyone being influ
enced oy thinking of him.
Rev. Dr. rlaum replied to Dr. Conrad ,
calling attention to the fact that during
tlio sessions ot the synod , whenever there
was a disposition to object to the action
of any board , sober second thought con
vinced the synod that the board was
right. They had Riven mature thought
to these matters , nnd therefore , follow
ing this precedent , the ucllou of the
board should be sustained.
After further remarks by Air. Stn.ll , Mr.
II. S. Itnuur. the superintendent of the
publication house , and Mr. Joseph Stulb ,
treasurer of the society , the resolutions
were approved and the entlro report
The committee on revision of constitu
tion of tbo publication society presented
their report , which embodied a now con
stitution , which was discussed article by
The discussion was .interrupted by tlio
secrctnry of the board of church exten
sion , Hov. J. C. Zimmerman , who an
nounced thnt since thu general synod had
been In session the board had come Into
possession of church situs iu the city of
Oniahn valued at110,500. . Two located
in Shull'a addition , valued at $3,000 , wore
donated by the Shull heirs , and one in
Loisonringfs addition , valued at $ ' 2,500 ,
was the gift of P. S. Loisenring , M. D.
The members of the genera ! synod rn
coivcd this announcement with gfeat ap
The discussion of the new constitution
for the publication society was resumed
and continued without completing the
business until 5 o'clock.
Before adjournment , by common con
sent , two committees wcro permitted to
report. The report of the committee on
transportation couuludcd with the fol <
lowing resolution :
Resolved , That the thanks of tbe gen'
oral synod are hereby tendered to the
companies in the TrunK Line Passenger
association , the Central Tratlin associa
tion , and the Western States Passenger
association in addition , ser courtesy aud
extension of time between Omaha and
Chicago' to July 1 , 1637. This was
adopted without debate.
A cotmmtteo appointed for the purpose
reported resolutions of thanks to Hcv. J.
S. Dctweilcr and U. 11. Schnuro for their
untiring cflbrts to care for the comfort
of the general synod ; also thanks for
favors during the convention to the com
mittcc on transportationto ; the Nebraska
Keal Estate Exchange ; to the Omaha
board of trade ; to the cities of Lincoln
nnd Beatrice , and to Messrs. Enstis ,
Grilliths and Allec , oilicials of the H.
M. railroad , for their attention on the ex
cursion to thu last named cities. Also to
Uov. E. A. togolstrom and his congrega
lion for the use ot their church for the
Sunday school meeting ; to the Shull
heirs and to Dr. P. S. Leisenritig for their
donation of church sites in Omaha , and
to the publication society for the bcauti'
ful souvenirs containing the order of ser
vice for use during the meetings of the
Propositions were received for the en
Icrtainmcnt of the next convention of
the general synod in 1839 from York ,
Pa. . . Allegheny City , Pa. , Canton , O.
The uastor and council of the KounUe
Memorial church in Omaha , by a writ
ten communication , extended an invita
tion to the synod to return at that time
to Omaha. This manifestation of hospi
tality was received with applause.
Before any action was reached the
session was closed by prayer by Rev. J.
The evening session opened nt 8o'clock
with prayer by Rev. P. Borgstiosser , U.
1) . The discussion of the revised consti
tution of the publication society , which
WHS suspended at 5 o'clock , was resumed
ind the constitution , with slight amend -
nents , wn adopted.
The committee to nominate a board of
publication named the following : For one
year Kev. L. E. Albert. 1) . D. , Rev. W.
M. Bauiu , D. U. , Rev. S. A. Holman , D.
J. , Rov. Eli Habor , D. D. , Rev. W. H.
titeck , and Messrs. Joseph Stulb , Theoph
J. Smith , S. F. Stadclman , J. B. Down-
ng nnd B. S. Kunkcl. For two years
? ovs. F. IV. Conrad , D. D. , T. C. Bill-
icimer , D. Dv W. H. Dunbar , A. H.
Studebaker , W. P. Evans , and Messrs. E.
V. Richards , C. A. Sehioren. T. B. Patton -
ton , T. U. Stork and Arthur Ring ,
tor o Ulcers of the society the commit-
eo nominated Rov. S. A. Ort , D. D. , for
> resident and Rev. W.S. Treas for secrc-
ary. This report was adopted.
Rev. E. J. Wolf. D. D. , introduced a
resolution , which was adopted , recom
ueuding to the board of publication to
> ring out au abridged edition of the Hoi
man lectures on the Augsburg confus
The business of the publication society
laving now boon finally completed the
regular business of the synod was again
aken up , and the following named gen-
lemen were appointed members of the
> oard of education : Rev. S. B. Baruitz ,
ley. M. Rhodes. D. D. , Rov. J. S. Dot-
vciler , Rev. T. D. Altman. Augustus
Countzo , Ksq. , Mr. Robert Weidensaul.
) r. J. E. Herbert , Mr. J. II. Lyday and
Ion. Amos Miller.
Rov. Prof. E. II. Bartholomew offered a
cries of resolutions assorting the neces-
itv of the continued existence of Car
liage college , at Carthage , III. , which
las been somewhat embarrassed of re-
ent years. The resolutions asked that
he general synod endorse thti college and
ecommend it to the support of the church
nd synods on its territory.
The resolutions were adopted including
no recommending Carthage college to
10 board of education , for assistance to
10 amount of $1.000 , to reliuve it from
Is present ditliculties.
Rev. Dr. Wolf presented the report of
ic committee on overture from the
) ishops of the Protestant Episcopal
hurch. The report lies over for consid
The ballot for the place for the next bl
nnlnl convention of the general synod
esultcd in the selection of Allegheny
City , Pa.
Mr. Fred W. Kicfer , of Allegheny City ,
Ja. , was appointed to act as a committee
n transportation for that convention.
The committee to nominate a board of
ionic missions reported the names of
tov. C. 1. Albert , Rev. M. W. Mamma ,
) . D. . Rov. II. W. Kulms. D. D. , Rev. J.
. Kollcr , 1) . D. , Rov. A. S. Hartraai' ' ,
lr. C. S. Wciser. Mr. E. 1) . Mills , Mr.
ohn W. Rico , Mr. A. F. Fov.
The statistical secretary , the Rev. Syl
anus Stall , road bis report , covering a
icnod of one year , showing from the re-
orts of the district synods that there are
connected with the general synod , dur
ing 1880 , 1,245 churches and 18r > stations.
The losses by death were 3,217 ; dismissed
by certificate , 2,71)9 ) ; excommunicated.
1'SMO. The occasions for the same period
were by infant baptisms , 9,183 ; adult
baptisms , ! JOU ; continuations , 8.153 ; cer
tificates , 1,000 ; restorations , (183 ( ; com
municant membership , 131,710. The
finances showed the value of church
property in the general synod to be
$0,551,017 : indebtedness , fl08.fl93.51 ; local
expenses for all objects. $032,303.81.
Of thn Sunday schools there are 022
Lutheran ; Union , 320 ; ollicers and teach
ers , 19.020 ; scholars , 129,370 ; contribu
tions , $ U'Jf > 17.6 ! ) ; members of children's
missionary societies , 10,115. The benev
olence of the synods was reported as fol
General synod treasury S 2,215 O.'i
Synodical treasury 4,005 07
Ifomo missions S7,9 > l : u
KoroUyi mlsalcus a\U3 23
Church extension l'J.203 C7
llenetlclary education 14,0fi5 20
Woman's if Issionary society 15,127 W
Pastors'fund l.W.l 53
Orphans' home Ubl2 yj
External objects 41,1 > 77 53
Total benevolence. $113,812 03
The synod adjourned uutil 11 o'clock ,
with prayer by Rev. M. L. Smith.
There remains on the docket several
items of business to bo transacted , but it
Is probable that a final adjournment will
bo reached to-day.
A Souvenir ot Omaha.
Yesterday afternoon the members of
the general synod all received a beauti
ful souvenir of their visit to this city , with
the compliments of the Omaha board of
trade , enclosed in a tastefully printed en
velope , was a handsome shnet containing
au address from the board of trade. The
address began with the words , "The gate
city of the west welcomes the visit of
your illustrious Doily , " nnd closed with
the wish , "May thu growth of your or
ganization lie coextensive with the re
quirement * of thn great west. " The sig
natures of the ollicers and directors of
thu board of trade , together with the seal
of tbe corporation , were appended to the
address. Tlin inside of the sheet con
tained statistics of the population , growth
and business of the city of Omaha.
A Sunday llcst.
This morning at 10 o'clock a number
of gentlemen who have been in attend
ance at the Lutheran general synod will
btnrt on the B. & M. railroad for u few
day's visit to Denver and thn Rocky
mountains. As tliu train upon whicti
they start will not arrive in Denver until
Sunday morning , arrangements liavo
been made to side track their special
Pullman c.xr at MeCook where they will
remain for twenty-four hours. Thuvwill
all attend church at the Lutheran Mis
sion church iu that Place , nnd after rest
ing until midnight their car will be nt-
taulicd to the train arriving in Denver OH
Monday morning. A good sized party
will probably leave Omnha for a similar
excursion on Monday morning bv tbc
Union Paciiio. '
The Business Oooupymjj Judicial At *
tlon | Yesterday.
In the United States circuit court yester
day morning the case of Ayrcs vs. the
Slomaii brothers was on hearing before
Henry A. Iddings commenced suit yes
terday morning against J. A. llorbach ,
Saliio Horbach and Sophia Ran. He
claims that the defendants tiled in 18o9 ,
upon the northwest quarter of sec. 15 ,
township 15 , range 13 , by virtue of the
preemption nctoflSil. This land , at that
time , as shown by the maps , was platted
as the Omaha City com
pany's addition to Omaha.
It is alleged that Horbach caused
the stakes of the plaiting to be pulled
and caused the same to bo roplatted as
Horbach's tirst addition to Omaha , which
is now located north of Nicholas nnd east
of Eighteenth streets. It includes lots
six , seven , eight , nine and ten , of the
Omaha City company's property , which
now comprises lots thirty , thirty-one ,
thirty-two , thirty-three . ot llorbach's ad
dition. Several alleged illegal transfers
were made , notably to a man named
Toavitt and another named Raltbrty in
stead of to James C. Mcgeath. Finally
the property was reconvened to Mcgeatn
nnd now the plaintiff'ask.s that Horbnch
bo compelled to disclose the identity of
lots six , seven , eight , nine , ton and bo
prevented from disposing of the same
until the matter can be adjudicated in
An Important suit was filed yesterday
afternoon in the district court by Parko
Godwin , in favor of Samuel 1. Valentino ,
one of the clerks of the auditor's ollico of
thn Union Pacific and against the citv of
Omaha. It is for $15,000damages. Val
entino who is a young manhas been dis
abled for life from injuries sustained by
a defective sidewalk on the corner of
Farnam and Twenty-seventh streets.
At that intersection on the night
of the last 17th of March ,
there wis a dangerous hole in the side
walk at the place mentioned , occasioned
by the partial removal of a plank a short
time before. In going homo that night ,
Valentine stopped on the end of the
plank and was thrown forward , on his
side , over the curb into the street. Ho
sustained an injury in tbe right ankle
and the same has now extended to his
thigh , and surgical exports claim that it
will result in permanent injury. It is al
leged that the dangerous walk was
known to the city and that one of the
city otlicers had been of-
licially notified of its existence. Val
entino is now compelled to use crutches.
Dr. Sicilian's case against jeweler
Jonascn on the corner of Thirteenth and
Harney streets was commenced yester
day morning before Judge Uroll' . Jona-
sen was robbed some time ago. Ho
had Dr. Sloman suspected of being im
plicated in the robbery. The latter now
brings suit to recover $10,000 damages.
S. S. Hardy commenced suit in the
district court yesterday for the enforce
ment of a mechanic's lien for $170 on the
propertv of Mrs. Lucy Hayes.
Patrick McEvoy began divorce pro
ceedings against his wife Margaret on
the grounds of adultery.
Judge Neville is hearing the case of
Anna Bagloy VK the Belt Railway com
pany , an appeal from an award of dam
Judge McCulloch yesterday gave
George Hiloy a judgment against Henry
Brown for $700 for damages by a per
THE CONTRACTOR. TALKS.
C. K. Fanning Snys Ho Is Saving the
City $1,1OO Kvcrr Month.
"I want to say , in answer to some
thing the BKK published a fowdays ago , "
said Charles Fanning , of C. E. Fanning
& Co. , yesterday , that the people of this
city do not know that we are saving
money for them iu the sweeping of the
streets of the city. They don't know , but
it is a fact , just the same. The BKI : says
our bill for last month's sweeping $1,700
ought to bo investigated by the board
of public w orks. If it should be investi
gated , tills is what will bo found.
We are sweeping 1,881,200 square yar.U
in four sweepings. This costs the city
$1,071.20. The last contract swept only
1,179,000 square yards , nearly 700,000
square yards less than wo sweep now , at
a cost to the city of $1,708.50. or $1)1.91 )
more than wo get for sweeping 700,000
square yards more than ho ever swept.
On a basis of 1.881,200 square yards , the
saving to tlie citv per month is
91,117.51 , or if 13,770 per year. And
then ' wo have millercd more from
dirt upon the street from careless grad
ers and builders than any contractor
over did before , and wo have had no as
sistance ) from the city in the enforcement
of ordinances to keep the dirt from being
so disposed of , "
IWOWNEIjI * Co'.MMKNCEMBNT.
Tlio CIoso of the School Year The
The commencement services of Drown-
ell hall begin to-morrow morning with
the annual sermon before Iho trustees ,
faculty and htudonts in Trinity cathe
dral. Oil Monday at 9:30 : a. m. will beheld
held the art exhibition and musical re
cital. The commencement iixurcteos , of
which a programme is appended , will be
held at the hall on Tuesday at 10.30 a. m.
THK I'llOOHAllMK. .
(3horus-"lown ) In the Dewy Doll.Smart
Instrumental Duet SpanMi Dance
Misses Cow dry nnd Klnw.
Kssay The Alchemy of Lite..Nellie Candy
Piano Solo Splnnln * Kong , . . . Mendelssohn
Flora Casti'tter ,
Essay A Sketch of Atlantis..Elizabeth Hall
Vocal Solo The Enchantress Aidltt
Kssay Prank Stockton..Oornclhi Thomas
Piano Solo-Nocturne Chopin
Elizabeth lint ! .
Essay Slaves of To-day Florence Ayers
I'lauo Solo Cuius A nluiam Itojlnl-Llsn
Essay 'Tis Better to Laugh..Flora Castettcr
Piano Solo Die Forello. . . .ijchubert-llrllcr
Valedictory-Scott'a Word Palntln ? . . . .
Awarding of Prizes and Medals by thu Hec
tor and Vlce-l'rlnrlnal.
Confcrrlnr of Diplomas hy the Bishop.
Gloria In ExcclsU.
TUB LONG AND 81IOKT ILYULu
A Uctroltcr Think * U Will IJo lie-
Phllo Parson ? , of Detroit , is at the A
Pnxton , Ho is ncconipntilod by his
daughter , Miss Parsons , whose lirsl visit
has recently been made to the Pacific
coast. Mr. Parsons Is interested some
what in Omaha realty , and believes iu
the future of the Onto city. Ho said :
"Tho best iiidiiiatlon of the prospects of
your city is In the faces of men whom I
see in your hotels. I see gentlemen hero
from every quarter of tlio country , and I
Iliul that nearly all of them who nro
known at homo as careful Investors nnd
shrewd business men are placing their
money in real otato. The remit is they
will Improve their properties if enough
improvements arc not made by persons
who permanent ly reside thero. They have
bought to jell , of course , but they will
not allow their property to lie unim
proved if they cannot sell at a profit
without tlio erection of buildings. Whoa
you get brick and stone structures on
property it has something more than
speculative value. There is tangible
worth about it which cannot be taken
away. There is also the fact that for
every brick or stone or stick of timber
somebody's moiioy bus been paid to some
contractor and every contractor has paid
somebody $3.50 or sfy.W ) per day which
has quickly found its way into the circu
lating medium of the city. "
Mr. Parsons believes that the inter
state commerce law will bo modified by
the coming congress. Ho has found such
radical opposition to it on tlm Pacific
slope , and especially to the long and
short haul clause , which opposition pur-
vnde.s the entire west , that be conclude : ! y
it will be Impossible to retain that clause. 4
The nock Island Magnate * * .
R. It. Cable , president of the Chicago ,
Rock Island * Pacific railroad.throo dircc
tors of the roud , and W.R.Wileox.tlrst vice
president of the Jacksonville , Tnluhas-
see & Key West railroad , wore the passengers -
gers of a special train which arrived in
Omaha at 11 o'clock last night. The
train was mauo up of two conches , being
the private car of Mr. Cable and also the
private car of Mr. Wilcox. The train
halted at the depot but two minutes , and
proceed on its rapid run to Chicago. The
party have visited Kansas City and Den
ver only. They madu a rapid run from
Denver , leaving there yesterday morn ,
ing. The train is provided with all need
ful accommodations for a long trip ,
carrying both day and night crews.
Mr. Cable stated that the Rock Island
roads in the west were doing nil in
creasing business , and that everything
was found by tlio piroctors to bo iu llrst-
The break in the track of the Omaha
road above Blair , where 1,000 foot was
washed out by the recent heavy storm ,
has been repaired , but some anxiety was
entertained last evening regarding the
effect of the copious rainfall of yesterday.
A mooting ; of the freight agents was
held in this city yesterday. Among the
attendants were Messrs. Monroe of the
Union Pacific , Miller of the B. & M. ,
Garrett of tbe Missouri Pacific , and Atwood -
wood of the Rock Island's Kansas lines.
The object of the meeting was a settle
ment of live stock tariffs on a basis satis
factory to all the lines.
Kxcursion to York
and great auction sale of lots for the
benefit of York college of the Nebraska
Wo call the attention of our readers to
the advertisement of sale of college lots
at York duringcommonccment exercises.
Juno 115th to 18 , on page 8. The special
auction sales to be the loth nnd 10th.
Now is the time to investigate. Consider
and determine where to send your boys A
and girls to school the coming year. We J
hope that parents having children whom
they desire to educate , and thus leave
them a legacy far bettor than money or
lands , will try and attend tlio
coming exorcises of thu college
and judge for themselves an to the
management and ollioieuoyof the school.
York ofl'ers special advantages as a place
for the education of young men nnd
young ladies. Among those are low rates
of tuition and boarding which is an item
of economy wo should all recognize.
Then there are no saloons within twenty-
live miles ; and this is an argument which
will not fail to have a great influence
with parents having toy a in school ,
York is also a city of churches as well us
schools. Its church buildings are large
and fine and well filled. The M. E.
church has a membership of over six
hundred and fifty. Tlio whole com
munity is always ready to help the stu
dents , and throw around them a con
tinued good influence in morals and
Heretofore York has been somewhat
restricted in regard to its railroad ad
vantages , but with throe new trunk lines
which will be in operation by the begin
ning of the next school year , there is
hardly another town in Nebraska HO
centrally located , that lias bettor rail
road facilities. President R. N. McKaig
with the utlicicnt aid of the other mem
bers of the present faculty have done
nilcctual work for the past year. Ho has
also by hiscnergy and enthusiasmhelped
the board of trusteed to raise the debt
which has been accumulating on the
college , and secure much for an endow
ment ; among the latter is the 130 acres
of land which will now become n part of
Thoie lots are finely located on high
ground and within a few blocks of thu
college campus. Again wo say , wo advise - *
vise all who can to visit Vork , attend the ( ,
commencement exercises and purchase
some lots , for by so doing they can save
their excursion faro unit entertainment ,
and obtain property which will rapidly
increase ! in value and also helps to endow
one of thu best educational institutions
in the state.
BKNSON , Ariz. , June 10. Last ulijht at
dark Lieutenant Johnson was only half an
hour behind the reds , but during the rvenlni ;
the Indians threw him off the track. The
renegades uppnar to have experienced lead
ers , probably KOIIIO of Crook'n scouts.
That- Tired Feeling
The xv.irm weather has .t debilitating effect ,
especially upon those \\lio are wltlilu doon
most of the timo. Tlio peculiar , yet common ,
complaint known as "that tired feeling , "
Is the result. This feeling can bo entirely
ovcicomo by taking Hood's BarsaparllU ,
\vlilcli gives new Ufa and strength to all
the functions of the body.
"I could not sleep ; had no ; ii > rctlte. I
took Hood's Karsaparlll.i aud soon began to
sleep oouudly ; could Ret up without tint
tired and languid feeling ; and my appctlto
Improved. " It. A , SANPOKU , Kent , Ohio.
Strengthen tfic System
Hood's Samparlll.l Is characterized by
tluro peculiarities : 1st , the combliuttfan of
remedial agents ; 2d , tlio proportion , ' 3d , llio
proccm of securing tbo nttlvo iucdlclti.il
qualities. Tbo result Is a mcdlcino of unusual
strength , cUccthiB cures hitherto unknown.
Bond for book containing additional evidence.
"Hood's Barsanarllla tones up my fystein.
mirlEc * my blood , sharpens my apKllte , and
Rpcins to make mo over. " .r. I1. Tuoiii-ao * ,
Itchier at Uceds , Lowell , Masi.
"Hood's Sarsaparllla Ix-ats all othera , n < J
Iswnrlli Its weight In gold. " I. lUlutmaTOK ,
WO Uauk Stresi , Now York City.
Sold by all druggliU. 1 j li for | 5. JUdt
only by C. I. HOOD a CO. , Lowell , Maj '
IOO Dee _ pno _ Dollar.
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