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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : ' [ THURSDAY , AUGUST 18. 1887.
A TEN-INN1NG GAME OF BALL
Lincoln Downs Omaha After a Prolonged
and Brilliant Straggle.
YESTERDAY'S GREAT EXHIBITION
Bane Hull , Ilaclne nncl Uthcr Hports
Klsowhcrc Topokix Ilnnta Kansas
' CItj Hpcedlne nt lirlghton
' "Jcncli anil Utlca.
There vixs a , prc.it game nt tlio ball park
yesterday afternoon , and tlio only drawback
to It was tbat tlio Omahas were defeated.
The contest was between tlio Lincolns and
the local team , and It was blir , bang , smash
from the opening to the close. Without any
exaggeration It was the most exciting game
seen on the homo grounds this season , and
notwithstanding our boys were aaln downed
the audience dispersed with thu feeling that
they had seen ugamootball. Xotwlthstiuid-
inr the awful blunders at critical stages
made by thu Omahas It was a beautiful gamete
to look 'at , and It Is seldom a crowd gets a
chance for HO ranch genuine enthusiasm.
The field work of the visitors was of a very
brilliant description. They made wonderful
running catches , hard stops of wicked
grounders , nndput tip a game hard to beat.
The cloioness of the score kept everybody
on the tip toe of excitement until tlio gaino
wan clOHud. The result was lit doubt until ,
the last man was retired , and that was not
until ten Innings had been played.
In the first Omaha went out In one , two
three order , but the visitors managed to got
in a man alter two hands ware out Heck ley
fouled out and Lang retired from 1'usselbacli
to Dwycr. HhaulTer lined out a two bagger ,
Dolan's hit to lladcr was mnlToil. and Shnof-
ferscored the initial man , and ouobody
said "ah I" Hoover drove n safe one Into
lone-lpggcd Jantzen's terrltoiy , but llorr
In the second the local team took the lead
by one , and the uproar for a few minutes
could have been heard blocks away , ihvyer
Hew out to Ituoder , Uadur drove a two bagger
to center , Jantwn hit ono of his little fiinuy
ones to llerr. who got In Bailer's way , and
Instead of retiring htm ho made third , while
Jantz reached tint. Uenms tdok his basu on
balls , Krohmuyer sat down on a hit to second
end , Dader getting homo and .lanU reaching
third , and came home on Hoover * * throw to
cut ( Jcnlns off at second. CJenlna stole third
in the most artistic fashion , but Uartson
wont out to Jiceder and the fun was over.
In the third the Omalios were whitewashed ,
but In the fourth Dwyer hit safe , sole second
and came clear In on a passed ball. Under
retired on a bit to short and Jantzon struck
out , of course. Uenlns corked ono out past
third , but died in an attempt to steal second.
In the fifth and sixth our boys wont out 1 n
one , two , three style , but In the seventh they
smeared themselves all over with glory , In
which they tied the score and passed It by
ono run , the Lincolns being three ahead up
ut > to this Juncture.
This is the way It was accomplished :
Krehuipyer went out on a beautiful lonz fly
to Shaelfor , and Harston died on a similar
bit to Kredor. Mr. Walsh then came along
with his reliable club and hit a safe one pa ttt
third ; Messitt did the sumo and Fussotbach
got his base on a fumble by ilorr , and the
boys were all occupied.
Dwyer. wlth-stern resolution stamped all
over hln honest face , stopped up to the plate ,
and many a feverish mortal ejaculated ,
"Oh , tt Dwyer could only make a three-bag
ger. " and one gentleman , a prominent real
estate agent , rose In his seat and cried , "A
live for a bit , Dick. " The excitement was In
tense. Nobody thought Dick could do It.
But ho did. The third ball pitched no caught
gquaro on the nose and uent it like a rule
bull wh-/zlng | out to far center , and Walsh ,
Messitt and Fusselbacu scampered homo
ixmldst a very bedlam of screeches tuicl
yells from the frenzied audience.
The real cstato agent before men
tioned stepped down to the railing and
Instead of handing Dick a V ho gave him an
X. while another gentleman threw him a S3
bill and a third a tmvor dollar , 810 all told for
the hit. Uader then came up with his little
ntep and bv a line drive to left sent Dwyer
In , with the run that gave the Omahas the
lead by one. This , however , was the sum
total of the scoring. In the eighth , ninth
and tenth they went out as fast as they
would face the fresh Mr. Hart.
And this Is the way the aggregation from
the capital did their work.
lu the fourth Reeder hit safe past Mossltt ,
stole second , Hart got his base on balls.
Ueckley hit to Fusselbach who retired Reeder
at third , Lang hit safe to left and Hart
floored ana Ueckloy went to third. Bhaelfer ,
thu oldest mau In the world , Hew out to Ua-
der , but Dolan pounded out a safe one
Into the left garden and Bockluy and Long
In the fifth they added two moro tallies to
their score on Uerr's base on balls. Bartson's
error , and Fusselbach's wild throw to Dwyer.
ID the ninth they tied the score and In the
tenth won the game. The oldest man In the
world hit a rltlo shot to Kusselbach who
would have thrown him out at tirst , but relia
ble old Dick Dwyer made a disgraceful mufT.
Dolan cot his base on balls. Hoover did at
first , but on Uerr's long ily to Under , Bliaof-
fer scored and the most thrilling game of the
aeason was history.
Here Is the score :
TUG BCOUR :
Reeder . If
Uart . p. 5 1 S 3 0 0 5 <
Totals . 61 1 17 19 3 SO 17 S
Two moil out when winning run was
lnnlnes-1 38458789 10
Omaha . 0 301004000 7
Lincoln . 1 oo3aouoil 8
Shaffer hit with batten ball.
Huns earned Omaha 2 , Lincoln 4.
Two base hits Bader.
Three base hits Dwyer.
Left on bases Omaha 7 , Lincoln 13.
Struck out liy Unrstou 3 , Hart 4.
Base * on balls liy linr.iton S , Hart 3.
Base clvou for hitting mau with ball Uy
Passed balls Hoover 1.
Wild pltchcs-liarston 2.
liases stolen Omaha 3 , Lincoln 3.
Time of game a hrs , 15 mln
Umpire lieu Young.
Note * anil Comments.
The Ltncolns again this afternoon.
Everybody was excited yesterday.
Dwyer lost and won yesterday's game.
llartson , thouich a trille wild , used grot
head work. He Is a dandy llttln twlrler.
This afternoon wo will paralyze the yrlndy
Krrfcatlon-from the capital.
liader's head-llrst slkllns brines down the
bouse , lie H one of the most promising
young bloods In the whole western league
1'ounfc had a hard amo to umpire , but ho
did his work well. He Is the best umpire who
has appeared on the homo urouuds thU bea
on.A largo delegation will bo up to-day to yel
Them were lots of errors , but the game \\a
R beauty after all.
The oldest man In the world , Ooorge Shaf
fer , of the old champion ChicagusAiul llos
tons , will continue to tramp down the trrass
In the right garden to-day.
The Omaha * art ) duo for some good work
this afteru oun. Uo out and see theui uu
Tom Dolan , although past the rublcon in a
ballplayer's career , btlll puts up a grea
For team tbat Is boverlnc In the liumcdl
to proximity of Die tall vud , the Omaha
are capable of lomo magnificent plajlu ) ,
oirco la a while.
Scrappy Jack Is playing a great b ! < see
NatlonM tienicn Oamftg.
August 17. The g.imu be
ween the Plttsburir. and Chlcaeo teams to-
ay was call on account of rain after the first
n n Infe the score standing l'lttaburg'3 , Chi-
riniAnr.irinA , Aucust 17. The game bo-
wcon the 1'lilladclphla and New York
cams to-day resulted as follows :
I'lillailfllphia U ii 000001 0-3
Vcw York 1 00100000 2
I'ltchcri Uulllnton and Welch , liaso
ilts I'lillailolphla 11 , Now York 12. Krrors
'hllndylphla Ji , New York 3. Umpire Hul-
UosTov , Autrust 17. The eamo bo-
wcen thu lioston and Washington teams
onlay resulted as follows :
ioston 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 * 0
Washington 0 5
rUcliers-'Steminyer and Gllmorc1. Basu
ilts llnston 15 , Washington 10. Krrors
JJoston 11 , Washington 12. Umpire Doc-
NKW YOIIK , Aucust 17. The game bo-
wccn the Metropolitan and Baltimore teams
o-day resulted as follows :
Uutropolltans.O 000000100 1
Baltimore 0 001000001 3
CI.KVKLA.NI > , August 17.-Tho game between
tliu Cleveland and bt. Lonls .team * .Unlay
was postponed on account of rain.
CINCINNATI , August 17. The came be-
.wceii the Cincinnati and Louisville teams
: o-day was postponed on account of tain.
Pmi.AUKU'HiA , August 17. The game bo-
\vccn the Atlilctlc and Brooklyn teams
to-day resulted as follows :
Athletics 0 00000080 3
Brooklyn 83 04 1023 15
DKS MOINKH , In. , August 17. The Northwestern -
western league games to-day resulted as tol-
Dos Molnes 0 , La Crosse 2 , at La Crossc.
Dulutli 1 , St. Paul 4 , at Dulutli.
Minneapolis 12 , Kau Claire 10 , at Eau
Denver 1U , HnsUnga 2.
DKNVKH , August 17. fSpcolol Telegram
to tlio BKK.J Denver and Hastings played
one of the best games ot the season hero to
day. Ehrct pitched a cooct game and was
finely supported throughout. Wehrle was
not as Directive , the Denvurs hitting him hard
at times. Teboau and Nicholson did ROIIKI
line Holding. Fltzlmmons , of his Delivers ,
umpired and favored the club throughout the
uamo. The attendunco was about 400.
Denver 1 0101042 1-10
Hastings 0 010000 10 3
Runs earned Donvcr 9 , Hastings' ! . Two-
base hlts-mich , Kliret (2) ( ) , Kelnzle. Krrors
Denver 0 , Hustings 2. Three-base hlls
BrlgKS. AlcSorloy. Base hits Denver 10 ,
Hastings 10. Lett on buses Denver 0 , llast-
ngH8. Double pla > H Welirle toWhlteiiead
to Rclsing. Gorman to MeSorley. Struck
out-Bv Einet 3. Wehrle 3. Bases on balls-
Uy Khrct 1 , WoLrlea Hit by pitcher
Kbright. 1'assed ball-Ebright 1. Wild
pitches Khret 1 , Wehrlo 1. Time 1 hour
and 55 minutes. Umpire Fltzsltnmons.
Topeka 5 , Kansa * City 4.
TOPKKA , August 17. I Special Telegram to
the BKK.J The Topokas defeated tbo Kan
sas City Cowboys to-day In ono of the finest
games over witnessed at the park , by a score
} f 5 to 4. The work of each team was bril
liant throughout , the special features being
a phenomenal throw from left field to lirst
base by Goldsby , cutting off the runuer , and
a phenomenal left hand catch In left Held by
Lillle , of the visiting club. Following Is tlio
score by Innings :
Topeka. 0 00111300-5
Kansas City 0 10001030 4
Runs earned Topokn 4 , Kansas City 2.
Two-base hits Stearns , Johnson , Araner.
Double and triple plays Mncullar to Arduer
to Stearns , Goldsby to Stearns. Hassamer to
Lope , Hassamer to Mannlu ? . Time of game
1 hour and 85 minutes. Umpire Hughes.
The D. & Al's Victorian * .
FREMONT , Neb. , August 17. [ Special Tel
egram to the BKE. | ThoB. &M.mno of
this city In to-day'd game with York had a
walkaway. The B. & M's pounded the ball
for fortytwotallies , nnd to encourage the
Yorks they allowed them fourteen scores.
Iho game between the B. * & M's and
Friends at Morgan's grove , stood 12 to 4 In
favor of the B. & M's. Friday the B. & M's
play at Mlnden for the championship of the
Ilio Harato a ilaoos ,
SARATOGA , August 17. There was a fair
attendance to-day , the weather fine and the
Five furlonzs : Mattle Looram won , Bal
ance second , Jackcocks third. Time 1:04K : *
Ono mile nnd furlong : Grlsvtte won , Net
tle second , UiuDetto third. Time 1:571 : $ .
Three-quarters mile : Santarlta won ,
Dudley Oaks second , Harry Glenn third.
Time 1:1CX. :
One mile : Unique won , Warrlngton second
end , Gblckabomlny third. Time 1:45. :
Ono mile and three-sixteenths , over five
hurdles : Percy won , Lyero second , Aure-
tlan third. Tlmc--217. ;
At Brighton Bench.
BitiouTOK BEACH , August 17. Three-
quarters mile : Efflo Hardy won , Charley
May second , Mamsolle third. Time 1:17 : } .
Mile and sixteenth : Change won , Bane-
rose second. Epicure third. Time 1:51 : % .
Mile and furlong : Garry Owen won ,
Nnptunus second , Gold Star third. Tune
Suven Furlongs : Leonora and Saluda ran
a dead heat , Wonderment third. Time
1:2' : ) % lu the run off Leonora won. Time
Mile : Tornado won , Armstrong second ,
Florence M. third. Time-l:44. :
Three-quarters mile : Roy won. Monuiouth
second , Cobeco third. ' Time ll9 % .
At the Utlca Driving Park.
tjxicA , N. Y. , August 17. Over 5,000 people
visited the driving park to-day. The unUnish-
ed from yesterday , 3:29 : class was concluded ,
Misty Mornlne taking a heat ID 2:26 : % , and
winning , Problem second , Little Nell third.
231 class : Prince W likes won , Judge
Davis second , Garnet third , Marvel fourtli.
Time 2:19. :
3:27 : class : Annie King won , Lucille
Baby second , Belle Ogle third , Faro fourth.
2:18 : Pacing class ( unfinished ) ; Arcyle
won. Jennie Lind second , Charlie Friel
third , Puritan fourth. Time 2:17 : } * ; .
3:23 : class ( untinlshed ) : Favonla won.
Sir Walter J. second , Astral third , Alroy
fourth. Time SUStf.
United Labor Convontion.
SYRACUSE , N. Y. , August 17. The dele
gates to the united labor state convention ar
rived during last night and this morning.
Henry George. Dr. McGlynn and other
leaders are at the party headquarters at the
Empire house , where the executive commit
tee were In session all the forenoon. George ,
McGlynn and McMackin were In constant
consultation with the committee , which was
engaged In laying out the work tor the con
vention. The committee made up the list of
members of tbe convention , recognizing in
all cases regularly chosen united labor dele
Kates nnd excluding the socialistic delegates.
The convention assembled at 1:45 : this
afternoon. Henry George , Dr. McGlynn ,
John McMnckln and Louis Post came Into
thu hull at the head of a body of delegates ,
and were heartily applauded.
Louis F. Root , who wns supported by
Henry George , was made temporary chair
man. Committees were then appointed ana
the convention adjourned until to-morrow.
DK i'AUW'a WiLL.
One of His Daughter * Create * a Ben-
nation By Contesting It.
NKwAMiAuv.Ind.August 17-A great sen
sation has been created hero by tbe Ullncof a
suit to sut aside the will of the late million
aire DePaiiw. The plaintiff Is Mrs. Sarah
Ellen Mclntosh , of Salem , Indiana. She Is
a daughter of DoPauw by his first wife. The
millionaire left her two poor farms worth
about $5,000 , while to the widow and other
three children he left about a million each.
Mrs. Mclntosh BUGS to obtain one-sixth of
tlio estate. She married against her father's
wishes , but It Is believed be had forgiven
A Protest ARalrtHt the Prince.
ST. PF.TF.USUUIIO , August 17. The Jour
nal de St. Petersburg says the Russian em
bassy at Constantinople has handed to the
porto a protest against Prince Ferdinand's
occupancy of the Bulgarian throne. The
Journal , however , makes this pertinent In
quiry : "Can It be supposed that Kussla will
consider herself alone bound to become a
defender of what remains of tbe Berlin
treaty ? ; '
I'AHISIAN BELLES ON PA11ADE.
UorRcoun Drcfliea at tbo Dcnvlllo
Itaces Hat Goodwin.
1SS7 by JrtmM Cordon t1ennttt\ \
near Trouvlllo , August 10.
New York Herald Cable-tipeclal to the'
IEE. ] The race week opened brilliantly ;
equipages countless , weather superb. Nobody
cared nnythlne about the races nor the horses ,
mt everybody was wrapped in admiration at
ho sight of hundreds of Parisian belles col-
ected together on ono of the most pictur
esque race courses In France. Marchioness de
GalUfot were a cream tnoitssclluo do Malno
with part vest turned back , trimmed with
dark blue ; straw hat with falle bows nnd
( uttering cock's feathers. Baroness Alnhonso
do Uothschtld was simply attired in black
tnd whtto striped cambric and boat shaped
Leghorn hat/.wlth bows nt cream Pckin
rauzc. The Duchess do Grammont were
) lack lace and a black hat with feathers.
Countess Puyscquo woro'a wattcau dress
of toulard , the pattern being roses on
n cream ground , a black hat trimmed
with fancy straw and paul neron rosos.
Daroness ( do Soubrlean were a red fern cos
tume braided with dark blue , short coat ,
and cream hat with black cream feathers.
Mine. Itattlsbonno had a wluto veil and whlto
wlnzs on a tanoy straw hat. Baroness Finot
was dressed entirely In black. Mrue. Bick-
olfschciin looked very charming In her cas-
uino In Uie Lnuls XIV. style of dark green
lowered nmsllm , a trlanan hat covered with
multll-colorud Honors. Mine. Blest wore a
mauve embroidered cambric dress and anne
nno black hat with feather , vnllod with
mnuvo tulle. Mine. Dosgenotals , a creuni
hat to match a black and cream embroidered
coat. Baroness Plerrard had a handsome
cronm and dark blue coat nud a black
hat with feathers. Mmo. Dytus was
dressed In llowcreu red muslin flounced with
ecrue lace and chapeau of Louis XIV. ,
: rlmmcd with tulle lu mauve , wind-mill
GUESTS FROM AMEUICA.
Very few Americans graced tlio races with
tliulr presence. Miss Gregory was charming
nsusual. She had on a cieam striped silk ,
canvas and yellow nud whlto trimmed lint.
Mrs. Fisko wore n handsome dicss of line
dark green melton over n mastic skirt , orna
mented with bazatine gold braid and a yel
low itauzo trimmed hat. Mrs. York , a scar
let and whlto foulard with cream-colored
bonnet. Mrs. Capel , a black and white leg
horn bonnet with black ostrich feathers and
yellow tulle veiling. Two eccentric dresses
attracted attention. Ono was of plslaclie falle
over'cream outlined with gold embroidery ,
a green tulle bonnet and parasol to match
crowned with a garland of roses. Tdo other
was a queer foulard of .Indescribable rustic
liuu covered with enormous green crescents ,
Mine. Heycheuiberg were , the military thess
costume of a chnsseaur In blue velveteen
with black brands buncos over a blze em
broidered petticoat , a dtrectoro bonnet with
daisies and a tuft with cream tips.
Among the well known Americans I found
Mr. Nat Goodwin , staying at Hotel Koches ,
looking very sunburnt and in roDust health.
Mr. Goodwin said , "I'm only resting. 1 was
fatigued to deatb when i loft , but I've picked
up wonderfully in Europe 1 have had ouo
or two offers on this xide.otie from the Gaiety
and another from the , Princess. Why don't I
accept them ? Well , all 1 can say to that
question Is this : Dlxey came over here
last year and was not particularly successful.
1 stayed at home and managed to make some
money , but 1 shall bo happy to give London
my Ideas of honor when I can allord the
"What are your playsV"
"When 1 return to the states I shall play
In English farcical comedy of 'Lend
Me Flvo Shillings. ' In the spring
I shall brine out a now original comedy by
Bninder Matthews and George Jossup , en
titled 'The Gold Mine. ' Tim plot is laid In
England , but my part Is nfsentlally Ameri
can. Wo open at Louisvlllo on tlio 1'Jth of
September , and go west as far as San Fran
cisco , 1 sail on the suth inst. America's good
enough for me , sir. "
A LETTER FHOM TUB CZAR.
Uo Hays Bismarck Koveticnd Himself
on llu-JBla at Iho liorlln ConRrew.
PAUIS , August 17. Victor TIssal has pub
lished an extract from a letter Which ho as
serts the late czar wrote to his morganatic
wife , Princess Dolgourokl , after the Berlin
congress. In the letter the czar says : "Tho
concresa has been an Immense tnlsfortunn to
Kussla. Germany sold us. The Itusstan
statesmen who bad full powers wore not
equal to their important mission. Bismarck
has revenged himself for the support I enve
Franco miring my stay In Berlin. " The let
ter Is regarded bore us confirmatory of the
relations recently made bv General Leilo.
Three Itoustubouta Drowned.
CINCINNATI , August 17. Eleven roust
abouts undertook to cross the Ohio river at
the public landing in n skiff to-nlifht. A
passing steamer swamped the skltf and throe
of them were drowned , namely , Tom Kellly.
ot St. Louis , 1'eto Eschelbrenner and Ed
Farre , of Cincinnati.
Personal Paragraph * ) .
Dr. Leo arrived homo from Washing
Juan Boyle , a leading ikmocratio light
from Kearney , was m the city a few
Mrs. W. II. Scott loft last night for
Ogden to join her husband , the superin
tendent of this Pullman company. That
city is to bo their future homo.
Frank Watson , one of the clerks at the
Millnrd , leaves for Salt Lake City next
Tuesday , where ho takes tlio ciiiuf clerk
ship at the Walker , the principal hotel of
Low Carrier will arrive to-day with
his brother Court who has been so
seriously ill in Ashland , Wis. Court is
still a sick man but his many friends will
be glad to know ho is pronounced out of
Robert , brother of the late Charles
Cartwright who wasdrownod in the Lake
Munnwa disaster arrived homo ycstarUay
fromWcston . Ho reports that his
father returned homo on Saturday from
Miss Minnie Erikson gave a juvenile
party to about fifteen of her young
friends at her homo , 15.3 Douglas street ,
yesterday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock.
The occasion was Miss Minnie's birthday
nnd slio was tlio recipient of a number ol
Arroat of * Knife User.
Oliver Woods , a mulatto , aged probj
nbly twenty , was nrrostod yesterday
on a charge of having cut Silvcrman
Harnctt , at the foot of Jones street yes
terday morning. Woods being unable to
get his witnesses before the court his
preliminary examination was postponed
until Monday afternoon noxt. lie claims
that Barnct was the instigator of the
quarrel , that ho called Woods hnrd
names and jumped from his wagon with
the intention of doing him up and that in
self defense Woods drew bis pookel
knife and used it in keeping Barnet off o !
him. The wounded man was in quite a
critical condition , nnd his wounds nro
much moro sovuro than was first sup-
Ilnnrd of Public Works.
Tlio final estimate of f 29,000 in round
guros of the Morse Bridge company ,
was Tuesday night referred to thccounci
committee on viaducts and bridges. The
reason therefor buing that a laborer had
presented a claim of $08 against nno of
the sub-contractors of the company for
labor. The sub-contractors claim they
owe him but $20 , and bavo offered the
same , but under the statute , tlio Morse
company is linblo.
Manly & Cooper , the contractors for
the inside mils on the Eleventh strcei
viaduct , bavo notiticd the board of public
works that they have finished their work
and now desire the amount duo them for
the same. The matter will be considered
at tlifl next meeting of the board on
Yesterday Judge Doane culled at the
ofllc * and notified the board of pub
lie works and left 'information , for tha
body that a stretch of block , pavement
six feet wide by forty.m length , together'
with the curb of tfja south side of Far-
nam street nearTwcily-eighth had fallen
n nnd needed nttimUon , The estimate
for tills work was forwarded to the coun
cil yesterday. ' * ni
UOVTU OMAHA NEWS.
F. W. Foster lias'rdlurned from * busi
ness trip to Iowa/J | j
David Anderson returned from Colum *
DUS yesterday , nritl ( reports that 1'latte
county has the longest nnd best crop
of corn over rnibcdt and that Dodge ,
Coif ax , Merrick , Madison and iNanco
counties will all ify'v ' a good a vertigo
crop.Henry Finney bought n lot on Twcnty-
llrst street nonr J yesterday for $500.
Peter Cockrcll , the real cstato man , has
recovered from his illness.
Armonr & Co. have n large force of
men nt work excavating for the found *
ntions of their now packing house.
The new school house on the west side
The artesian well at ; the pump house is
now over TOO fcot deep. A depth of sev
enty-eight feet was bored yesterday
through soft sandstone.
Mr. Gould , of the firm of Gould &
Rochford , of Omnlm , was in the city look
ing after some buildings ho is having put
Monroe Randall , a lawyer of Ord , Neb , ,
is visiting Mr. Graham.
The preparations for the M. E. church
sociable are nearly completed.
Eight new cottages are In course of
erection on the west side.
A canvas covered whirl-around is de
lighting the little people of this place.
N. Nngengart , the Union Pacific agent ,
lias returned from an extended trip to
his boyhood's homo in Michigan. Ho
retained his sombrero throughout the
J. J. Grulin , an old veteran , is in the
city showing automatic arrangements
representing prnfuHMons , industries and
manufactures , the entire , works and fig
ures of which wern made by his young
Albright station is becoming quite a
village , it having added to its buildings
In the last thirty days a carriage factory ,
a hotel , three stores -and about fifty resi
Judge Heuther 'had before him yes
terday four persons charged with re
fusing to leave the streets after 1 o'clock
when told to do so by an oflicer. They
Mike Collen was fined $1 nnd costs for
being drunk , by Judge Kuuthor.
George Burrow , ? was arrested on the
charge of obtaining n release from pay
ment of a fine by giving a fraudulent
note.At 8 o'clock Tuesday night Judge
Heather called nt the residence oi J. V.
Smith , whore he tied tbo nuptial knot for
Lconndos Barnes and Miss herenn Clark ,
both of this city. The ceremony was
performed in the presence of a number
of friends. < ( j ;
Michael Courtnoyc. a boarder at the
city hotel , fell fronuajthird-story window
and suffered a contusion of the shoulder
nnd hip , besides a'1 ' sprained wrist , lie
says he was very 'toirm ' on reaching his
room and sat down in the open window
to cool off before retiring , but fell aslcon
and knew nothingpntil , he found himself
lying on the sidewalk , whore ho was
found by a policeman. Dr. Arnh.aut at
tended him His was taken to St.Joscph's
hospital. Ho is about thirty-live years of
ago , single , and carnd'horo ' from Chicago.
THE 1'ATl'EUStj OlCKSON CASK.
Over Real Estate Valnod at Same
Some ( taya sinconFrank P. Dickson
brought suit in the United States court
against R. C. Patterson for an account
ing in a real estate deal in this city ,
amounting to f 0,000 , n report of which
appeared in the BKK. Patterson no
sooner got his answer filed than bo
skipped down to Kansas City , nnd sued
Dickson for an accounting in twenty-six
acres of land valued at $80,000 , one-half
of which Patterson claims ind alleges
properly belongs to him. Ho further al
leges that Diukson had his implicit confi
dence , and that lie allowed him to draw
on him for what money was necessary to
pay half cash on all their deals , nnd that
Dickson did so , and afterwards Patter
son found out that ho had been defrauded
frauded , as he claims , and that the prop
erty had boon uut in at n much higher
price than it cost. That Dickson put in
little or no money at all in anv of the
deals. The land for which Patterson
claims to have furnished the monev solo
this summer for over $80,000 , hence the
TKOUBLE ABOUT A SEWEU.
Lively Times In the Vicinity of Clark
nd Twentloth Streets.
For some time there lias been trouble
between Inspector C. M. U'Donovan and
Thompson & Dolancy , contractors for
the construction of the Clark-Twentieth
street tower. It is said that the inspec
tor declared tbat the contractors were
not putting in the proper quality of briuk
nnd ho condemned a large quantity a
few days ago. Yesterday ho ordered the
bricklayers to discontinue laying any
more of the brick supplied. Mr. DoTanoy ,
ono of the contractors , objected ,
and a lively war of words
followed , which nt one time promised
n general knockout. Mr. O'Donovnn
then reported the matter to the board ol
public works whereupon the chairman
issued an order to the contractors to de
sist , which was immediately obeyed. It is
claimed by the contractors Unit 200 men
will bo thrown out of employment by this
act of O'Donovan's. They also say thai
the inspector is incompetent as a judge ol
brick , and no practical mechanics want
to work under his criticism. Last night
Thompson & Delaney applied to the city
council for relief. Their grievances and
complaints against Mr. O'Donovan were
stated , and the mitt.cr ( , is now in the
hands of the sow ) f committee of the
council for investigation. Mr. O'Dono
van seems to be sustained by the board
of public works , though Mr. Thompson
says that in a pile ofrO.OOO bricks there
are not BOO which arotoo soft for useand
those might bo foum1fin.Ywhcre.
William Colby applied to Edward Gilmore -
more , a farmer living seven miles north
east of the city , * sf ) < uo weeks ago for
work , and was given a job. lie bad been
upon the place butHrday or so before ho
was taken down wli malarial fever , ant
Gilmore employed doctor and caret
for him through a t r'eo weeks' siege. Uo
was enabled to leave | } ls room yesterday
morning , which ho did , and as a testimonial
menial of his deep gratitude , ho carried
with him Gilmoro's Sunday suit , live dollars
lars in money and a new pair of shoos ,
and up to the present time hasn't been
seen in the vicinity since. Gilmore ,
naturally , felt very sore over the treat
ment ho had been subjected to , and ap
plied to police headquarters for assis
tance to help him search the city for his
Mrs. Eulcr , the lady who was HO badly
Injured in the street car runaway on St.
Mary's avenue last week , is recovering.
Her shoulder was broken , and the frontal
bone injured badly. The shook was so
serious that she lay unconscious for a
few days. The street car authorities
have given Drs. Hanchett and Barnsdall
charge of tbo casa.
THE NEW WATERWORKS.
Description oftboCommodloua BuildIng -
Ing to bo Erected at Florence.
The now waterworks building nt llor-
once is to bo n beauty. The dimensions
of the m&ln building will bo 03x73 , with
n pavilion on the south front twenty-four
feet wide , and extending out from the
building thirteen feet. The plan of the
main building is rectangular , with the
long side facing the south. There are to
bo three entrances , the main one for
visitors on tlio south side through the
pavilion , the other two on the cast nnd
west sides. The general style of the
structure will bo of whlto stone , and of
the same modern design throughout. The
greater portion of the stone-work will be
rock fnuud , with elaborate trimmings
and rich and voluptuous carvings. The
front of thu main building proper shows
two Htorlos , the windows of the llrst
with circular heads , nnd the second
square , nnd with stone transcns passing
through both tiers of windows. The
front of the pavilion * passes up above the
main portion of the building and is three
stories in height besides the
balustrade and rich nnd sumptuous
dormers , above that. 'Iho main entrance
through the Pavilion is a largo arch ,
which will be richly ornamented , with
imposing turrets on the corners , which
will run up above the main cornice.
This arch entrance is ton feet wide ,
while those on the cast nnd west sides ,
which nro also to be ornamented , and
thirteen feet in width , in order to receive
the mammoth pumps and other ponder
ous machinery. On each corner of tlio
main building are octagonal turrets , cor
belled out from the upper portion of tlio
iirst story and terminating above thu
main balustrade. Above the cast nnd
west entrances are largo , wide dormers ,
the face of which are on the main line of
the building. Tlio entrance wood work
will be of hard wood finish in natural
colors , richly covered and very orna
mental. The roof will bo a hipped roof ,
extending above the main balustrade to
the bight of thirty feet. These hips will
bavo copper moulding , while the prin
cipal crescent will also bo of copper.
The roof will bo nrtistically covered
with red slatci The building proper is to
be so situated that the main drive from
the city > vill pass directly up to the en
trance , nnd tlio etlect , upon approaching ,
will bo exceedingly picturcsquo and im
pressive. The height from tlio lloor is
eight feet above thu grade , while the
distance from the grade line to tbo mnin
balustrade is forty-nine feet.
The h > st story lloor is elevated eight
feet above the grade of the building , nnd
entrance on thu south is made through
the grand arch into an elegantly treated
vestibule , the lloors of which'will bo laid
in cndolitliic marble and the walls fin
ished in red and yellow oak , and a deeply
paneled ceiling of the same material.
The main pump room will occupy the
entire part of the rectangular building ,
the walls of which will bo laid'Up with
different colors of Philadelphia glazed
brick , with terra cotta band mouldings ,
base and deep terra cotta or Babylonian
fnV/.o. The ceiling , too , will be of oa ,
divided with beams , panels , etc. , while
across the entire inside will bo a gallery
made of electro-plated bronze , which
will be very beautiful and very showy ,
ornamented stair-cases , railings , etc. etc.
In addition to this handsome mam build
ing there will be several annexes , huge
smoke stack , engine houses , coal houses
nnd mechanical department well built in
uniformity of plan and elaborateness
with the main building itself , George L.
Fisher is the architect , and Ins drawings
nro most heartily endorsed in the min
utest details by the waterworks people.
HER MOTHER'S NAME.
An Error In a Marriage License Post
pones a Wedding ,
The clerk in the county court had oc
casion to remember issuing a marriage
warrant to David H. Brown nnd Jennie
Peterson on Tuesday , ns the lady wns a
pink and plump picture of rustic health
and the swain an honest-faced , hard-
liundcd embodiment of embarrassment.
She stood in the back ground
while David hummed and hawed ,
blushed and simpered , through a long
statement of age , place of birth and
other statistieul data pertaining to both
their lives , and it is perhaps chargeable
to his confusion that an error occurred in
the warrant , although the clerk , whose
attention was divided between the busi
ness on hand and the beauty of thn briae-
elcct , maybe responsible for it. At all
events an error crept in , and a most sig
nificant error , an error which invalidated
the permit , ono which would have left
the wedded couple at liberty to divorce
themselves at any curtain session of do
mestic court , without going to law.
"Martha , " the name of the bride's
mother , was down as "Margaret , " n
"bad break" in so important a document
as a marriage contract.
Think of the bride's horror and an
guish on the tirst post-nuptial morn to
bo rudely aroused from the sweet , false
dream that she was Mrs. Brown hud
not the discovery been made in time.
It stopped tlio Brown-Peterson wed
ding which had been on the bills
throughout the countryside ncarElkhorn
to occur Tuesday night.At just what
stage of the proceedings the stoppage
was ordered is not ascertained , but at all
events the bride's cake was a day older
before its frosty crust was broken and a
neat and lovely little bridal chamber in a
Douglas county farm bouse went without
occupants one night longer than was
thought for. Yesterday afternoon the
bald headed and giddy old clerk was ter
ribly flustered to see the pretty visitor of
the day before ( whom he had not forgot
ten , rest assured ) dash into the court
room with cheeks aglow and eyes ailamo.
He was so badly scared that it took him
some time to collect his wits. When he
did so nt last , lie corrected the vital error
of the day before and the bride tripped
blithely out with the satisfied statement
that everything was all right and square
"If I had got n girl so blamed particu
lar as all that , " snarled the clerk as bo
told the reporter of these events , " 1
wouldn't have been the father of as
largo family as I am to-day. You bet
my bride wouldn't have got any second
show for me. "
The fire nnd police commissioners mot
in the mayor's office yesterday. Mayor
Hroutch and Commissioners Gilbert and
Hartpjan were present.
The commissions of the police officers
recently appointed vyero signed by the
mayor , but owing to Secretary Smith's
absence bis signature could not bo se
cured , and the presentation will be de
ferred until next week.
The following block watchmen were
appointed on petition of property own
ers and will be paid by the latter at no
expense to the city.
Daniel Kiley , Sixteenth street , Webster
Matthew Novnol , HolTman Hall and
South Thirteenth street , Pierce to Hick
George J. Bruce. Douglas. Dodge and
Capitol avenue , Ninth to Twelfth.
Jeremiah Driscoll , Fnrnum street ,
Twelfth to Fifteenth.
Jerry Murphy , Ninth , Tenth and Elev
enth EtrcqU , Douglas to Capitol avenue.
James Engtethaler , southeast corner
Thirteenth and Williams.
Hania Tiniui , Howard street and St.
REGARDING THE UTK9.
Uon. Crook Riiforfl Ills Telegram to
The telegram mentioned in the HKIJ'S
telegraph columns of yesterday , as having
been sent to Gen. Crook , closes with n
suggestion that BOIUO assistance should
be given the state troops in their stand
against thu Indians in the mountains of
Colorado. The scene of the outbreak ,
however , is not locnlod in Gen. Crook's
department , although thu nearest mili
tary post , that of Fort Duchosno , In
Utah , is under his command. While the
genural has his forces at that point , ns
nlso nt n number of others , in readiness
to move ut n very short notice , yet liu
does feel justified with the information in
taking the initiative , especially ns ho
has no knowledge as to the
whereabouts of tno Indians , and
his information ns to the damage
they have done is indefinite and unsatis
factory. The general accordingly for
warded n copy of the telegram by wire
to General Morritt , commander of the
department of the Missouri , who has
charge of the troublesome district. At
last accounts General Murrit had not
been heard from.
General Crook snid last evening in con-
.vorsatlon with n representative of the
Br.r that ho entertained n very small
opinion of the alleged Ute outbreak in
Colorado. The general said that the ad
vices lie oblained indicated that Colorow
had about fifteen Indians with him , and
that n general uurismg of the Utes or
any outbreak of formidable numbers
among them wns improbable.
In the combination , proportion , nnd pre
paration of its ingredients , Hood's Snr-
saparilla. accomplishes cures where
other preparations entirely fail. Peculiar
in its good name nt home , which is a
"lower of strength abroad , " peculiar in
the phenomenal sales it has attained.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the mo't success
ful medicine for purifying the blood ,
giving strength , and creating an appe
JONES AND M'GAHTV.
"It is reported you nro to sever your
connection with the Union Pacific , Mr.
Joni'S"said a reporter for tlio BIE : yes
terday. "Is it true ? "
"Well , I don't know that I shall leave
the road , but there may be some change
made yet , what it will bo I don't know. "
Mr. Kim ball was asked what truth
there was in the report of the retirement
of both Messrs. McCarty nnd Jonos.
"I don't believe they will leave the
road , yet they may , " was the character
istic reply. "But there may be some
changes without nccesitating u retire
ment from the road. "
Tills seems to bo the best founded opin
ion now with regard to the two officers in
question. Those who scout their retire
ment do so on the ground that Tobbitts ,
who is coming hero from Kansas City to
succeed Messrs. Morse and Stcbbins , is
hardly experienced enough tn take hold
of the oilico in question without the as
sistance of the old officers mentioned.
But the changes in the conduct of the of
fice which arc now suggested may re
quire Messrs. Jones and McCarty in
TIIK YANKTON OAI ) .
Hons. J. J. Crennan and W. W. Pow
ers , Major Hanson and Dr. Crevans , of
Yanklon , were in the city yesterday to
inquire into the prospects and progress
of the projected Omaha & Yankton rail
way. They called upon John F. Dillon ,
tlio secretary of the new company , and
conversed with him at _ length. Mr. Uil-
Ion said ho was awaiting word from the
Boston people who were backing the pro
ject ana the Yanicton committee loft for
home last night without obtaining nny
information definite or satisfactory.
T. O NVood , of the supply store of the
Union Pacific in this city , has resigned
and accepted the posilion'of chief clerk
of the general supply store of the Santa
Fo road at Topoka.
Fred Wild , of the general trafllc de
partment of the Union Pacific , has been
appointed chief commissioner of the
Davenport , Rock Island & Moline Freight
pool , with headquarters at Chicago.
The annual mooting of the railway
section foremen will convene at Council
Bluffs Cctober 5.
' 1 he conductors and brakcmen of the
Chicago. St. Paul , Minneapolis &
Omaha road appeared in uniforms ycstcr
da\ for the first time when on duty.
The annual harvest excursions of the
B. & M. will commence on August HO ,
September 20 and October 11 , on which
days , tickets good for thirty day will be
sold at one-half rate from all points west
of Buffalo and Pittsburg.
A now water meter for supplying loco
motives is being constructed at tlie upper
Tenth street crossing of the Union Pa
For several days mechanics have been
nt work endeavoring to straighten put
the "skeleton gates' at the Union Pacific
crossing on Tenth street , but for some
reason they cannot bo made to work sat
isfactorily , Thu motive power is an nir
pump placed in the middle of the laby
rinth of tracks on Tenth street , which is
to bo worked by one man. It takes so
long to raise the gates that it is evident
the new arrangement will not remedy
the old time troubles nt tlio crossing ,
while the gates are very little protection
to teams and pedestrians crossing.
George W. Voorman , chairman of the
executive committee of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers of Nebraska ,
was in the city yesterday.
A. S. Traynor , general baggage agent
of the Union Pacific , loft on a brief visit
to Indiana yesterday-
It is rumored that Phil Robinson , who
came hero some time ago from the Sioux
City & Pacific , is about to bo promoted
either to the place to bo made vacant by
Sam B. Jones , assistant general passen
ger agent , or some other prominent
place on the Union Pacific , When
Mr. Robinson came here , it is said
ho was promised "morn than ho ro-
coivcd" ns far as official preferment in
concerned. Mr. O. P. McCurty , it ap
pears , had a favorite in the person of his
brother-in-law , George Barney and Mr.
Robinson , who is a great friend of Mr.
Tebbits , was slighted. U now appears
that the tables will bo turned. J. P.
Cronnan , William M. Powers , J. F. Pow
ers , J. F. Cravens , and J. R. Hanson of
Yunkton , arrived hero last evening , on
matters connected with the now Omaha
Court Carrier , of the general oflico of
tlio Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul , is ex
pected to return to-da y from Wiscon
sin.whore lie was recently reported to bo
Fred Nash , general agent of tlio same
road ut thia place , has gone on u trip to
Mr. J , II. Harvey left at the BEE olhco
n sample of cotton grown by him at his
homo , 1500 South Twelfth street. The
stem has three well matured balls and
gives ample evidence that the climate of
Nebraska may ycc bo found available to
the production of the plant.
POUTEKFlRLD-At the residence of A. J.
McCune , 'J010 Cuinlnc street , James Por-
terlielrt , aiced 57 > ears.
The funeral will take place In Council
Bluffs from the residence of his brother. S.
N. Porterfield , Frldaj morning at 10 o'clock.
Uolornl MnaonH ,
The second day's session of the most
worshipful grand lodge of Missouri and
its jurisdiction convened yesterday at 10
a. m. , Grand Master J. II. Pclhaui in the
chair. The grand lecturer , committee on
foreign correspondence nnd thu board of
Masonic relief mndo their reports. Th
special order ot the day wns the election
of olllco.s. J. 11. Pulhatn was ro-elcolcd
grand master , This Is his fourth mic-
ccsstve term and the best evidence of his
standing as thu foremost unison of the
jurisdiction is attested by 2S5 votes being
cast for him , thu entire vole of thu grand
lodge. The following ofllccrs wore
elected : W. T. Mumford , of St. Louis ,
deputy grand master ; William H. Rhodes ,
of Kansas City , Mo. , grand senior war
den ; M. O. Rlcketts , of Omalm , Neb. ,
grand junior warden ; William H. Jones ,
of St. Joseph , Mo. , grand treasurer ; A.
It. Chliin , of Glasgow , Mo. , grand si-pro-
tary , re-elected ; Amos Johnson , of Keo-
kuk , la. , secretary of the Masonic board
At thu evening session the reports of
committees were continued. After a
spirited contest between St. Paul , and
Hannibal , Mo. , Hannibal wns selected na
thu place of the next mooting.
Xi .a. x > x IE : 0 ,
THIS LOVELY COMPLEXION 13 TUB
IlESULT OP TJSIKO
It 11 ndollglitful LIQUID for Uio FACE. -
NCL'It , AUMH oud 11ANII8. Overcome * '
Hunt , Sunburn , Hnllownc * * , Bedims *
Moth-1'otchcH ami cYerjr kind of HKIN
DUHcurcnienl. Applied In nmmnnnt. Oiin < > '
not bo Delected. 1'UUK nnd IUHS1LEK3I-
Toke U with you to the Seaside , Mountain *
and all ftural RcnorU ; U It to cltanly , re
freshing and restful after a hot drive , ioog
nmblo or eon bath.
TRY THE BALM !
A SURE CURE
OR NO PAY. v
OUR MAfflC REMEDY
j POSITIVELY Conn ATA. Smniimo
DISEASES OF RECENT on Loxa
IN FROM FIVB
TO TUN DAVB.
HO OTHER REMEDY ON EARTH
Will In All Cases Cure This Disease.
Stnrn the history of medicine a true Bnacinc for
Syphilitic Dlirate has been aouglit for hut "erer
fciimduntllthe discover/or our M AGIO IIBMKUY.
Tfe hate every reason to lielteTo thM. It Is atoso-
lately imkn iwn to HUT physician , specialist or them-
litllTlnc. ell her In tlili or the old world.
ItT as discovered liy more accident thirteen yean
acobya man of no flnnnclat ra ani but a natural
chemist , who only titcd It In a quiet way n CMO
coming to hit notice where snfTerers could ( eel nu
rrllof. though lliorouiriily trylnz every known rjiii-
rdy nnrt employing lie mojt Klllfnl physicians In
the land , who had ultlnulcly pronounced the e ca e
1 h eVom'cdy liero adcrtUrd has l > ocn guarJeJ wllh
the ulmost secrecy since III dltrovcry , until ft rear
ISo. hen this chemist died poor , as lie alwayiliad
lien , nnd the original formula inircliaied of his
widow. Thin In brief U tin true hlitory of tills most
TIl-COO'K ' nKMRDT CO. therefore l.av. po.se.-
to "of the only medicine In the world that will cum
till" Dreaded ninease. In all lu forms . . . . _
They arrJusilderl In tlili statement for the reason
Hut the latest medical wnrki published l.y the best-
known authorities. iay there Is no truci specinc.
W ssv now we have a TBUK farEumu O.VI TUAT
. "ilaYwhorhrv'e'mp1ore11 ! ' every othjr known rem
edy without bcnellti should glva us a trial. NJ care
no pay , nnd no expense to patient In nny way.
Wo do not sell the Remedy , or send It out , under
We will trpnt all otiffes of this disease at ourDls *
. or nt the patient's rcjldpneo either la
maliaor oliewhero la cases where Iho patient U
We'liatliMt Itfi's/iilHr I'h > * Irli n In itttonil-
linrp lie l a crAclii tr of
mid linn hud over 3 - r werleno * .
B. . * * a wv " : _
, . n. .
poison and to Iho entire aallifaotlon of palleiita.
Old rlirnnlc c e of ( tonoi rhu ) and Uluutlicrma
nentlyeuri-d , us If by magic , In nve ilay . . _ . .
This Itemedy acta Immediately upon the Blood ,
remorliiK fruni the irsteiii r rr trace of poison.
Veier Sores. Itlcnra. Kruiitloin ! . 8or
Mouth. IlBlr-Fnlllnir. nil Hll Wklii 1 > I -
enuva enroll In a iunrv lously Hhnrt
No other known Itemedr In Hie world ran
monthi what we gu r nti to do In two wcaUa
All we tu\c \ Is a trial. Do NOT rmart THAT wi
ntiABAsrKR A rtBK OH KO TAT. No Bi | clalUt 01
I'll ) sic Ian will do thla , Tou know from nast otnerl
r nee , If ton are tme of ihi afflicted. Tlicinl'liirnl
clam know they bmr. no remedy ltli wlilUi Uic
OAK cure all Chronic Cnsen of Syphllln. an will , as i
matter of coarse. Bay It Is Iuipos ible to etfcct a per
uianent cure. But we defy anv of tnem to bring un I
case that we will not cure permanently Inasliortei
time than la required for tun molt recent tai wltu
any other known remedy In the world
Corresponden' e amcl a critical investlKatlon aollo-
Ited both as to our financial aundlni and \eraclty ,
COOK REMEDY CO. ,
OMAHA , KKimABKA.
ntlr K AlT. BOOH IT , lUl.l.HAK HUILt.lKQ.
The Theatrical Profession.
Kerli will win and rocelvo pabllo recognition and
praise. Facts , which are tha outcome of general ex
perience , cruwInK through year * ot critical ani
practical test , become us rooted nnd Immovable 01
the rock of Gibraltar la public opinion , end honoo-
forth need no further euarnnnto ns to their genu
Inencu. The Indisputable fact that Swift's BpucUlo
1s tbo best blood purifier la the world , Is one of then
Immovable Gibraltar rock fuels of which wo ha ro
spnkun , unil uvcry itay's exptrloiino rails this con
viction deeper and deriKjrlu public opinion. Kvenr
clou of our | H- plo In Amiiica and In Kurope ,
every trade , culling onil profession , Including in *
medical profoulun , hare burno voluntary testl-
tnony to the remarkable virtues of U. H. 8. and
Its Infallible eflluicy lu rurUig all diseases of the
blood , Iheso ustlmoulals lire ou Clu by tbo thuu-
eanrts , nnd open to the Inspection of alt Now COIIIB ,
unsollclUil , two ( llsUiKUUiwd ) Ineinlxirs of the theat
rical professlun. who gratt fully testify to thn wonder
ful curatlvu qualltlM of the RuecUlo In their Indt-
vldtiol cas < . Thdr trstlrnonlals are licrowlth sub
mitted to the pulillo without further common let
them ( peak for Ihimsplrcs. The lady Is a member ot
tliof uiioua Thalia ThiAtrx Company , of hew York ,
and formerly nf the Itoldrnco Thrairr , Ili-rlln.Opr-
many , and of UcVlckrr'aHtock Corni ur , uf Chluiifo.
The h'fiitli mnn Is a WL | | known mrmlior cf Hie 'luw
York Tluilla Thcntro Company. Doth are well knuwa
lu theatrical circles lei this tuunlry and In Europe.
Churluito Itniiilnw'a Tosllnioiiy.
NLW YORK , May S , U'7.
Bwlf t Specific Company , Atlanta , Oa. :
Urntlcmon Having been annoyed will ) plmpUs ,
crnptlons and roUKlmessiif thn SKlu , f rum bad cm
illtlnu of my bl 1 , for iiuin * than u year , I usud H
leading prrparntlon of earsaparllla &nu other atlvfr-
tlseil remedies to im effrct. Tnen 1 consulted a prom
inent physician , anil from hli Ireaimoul rrcelted
tin benefit. I then concluded to try the H B. a rem
edy for the blood , oud fire or six parkegrs , by a
thorouKb crndluttlon of my trouble au < i restoruie
amoolhnefta to my skin , liaf * made ws bappy. auu
I rlimrfully Kl o you this leitlmonUI fursutb us
uud publicity us you \fUh to nmk < of u.
CIUUL01TS r.ifPOW ,
111 Donery , bear CaiuJ kkrHii ,
llugn Hnaakrrl'a TesllruoM.
Th Snlft Bpeclflc Company , Atlanta. Oa. t
Orntlimeu Kor two yeais I hi an i r fi'aai
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othur remeillrs.and was prescribed for By nurnMfi
of physlclabs , but fouud no relief. Allaii ll i r-
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us * this cerlUliuiula auy manu i ) i.u wish
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