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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1887)
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. . , . TH.E bMAKAl'PAILY ' BEE ; WEDNESDAY , NOVEMBER 23 , 1887.
CONSIDERING BAYARD'S ' PLAN
Secret Mooting of the Fish Oommls *
fjlonors In Washington.
CHAMBERLAIN'S BODY GUARD.
Flvo Dclcotltcfl to Protect Him Prom
Ci links Cliali niaii .lours' I'icil-
able Hiioi'Chxot Oninlm Hunk
A Kcnls Appointed.
ThePltli Commisslonc'i q ConlVr.
WASIIISOTOV , Nov 2J [ Special Telcgi am
to the Hi r.l It Is expected now tliut ttio
oininlssioners will bo nble to complete their
business and get uvvay fiom Washington
within ten days. It 1ms been doclded that
nothing shall bo given to the public until tlio
treaty Is perfected nnd signed , nnd It tn.ti bo
that the npprovnl of the se-nnto will ilist bo
uskcd before tlicro are iinj disclosures bi the
Htuto department concei ning Hie tei ms of tlm
convention. 'J ho 111 at formal conference was
held to day Although evcri mecnution was
taken to prevent Ic.ikagcs it was le.uiinl tliat
tlio Ameiican ncgolintois submitted Uiodiaft
of n convention which bad been prepaid ! by
Secretary Haymd , with the uppiov.il of bis
c-ollo igues and Ihu president 'J lie entile ses
sion w us devoted , it is said , to nn informal
discussion of the provisions of this doe iiiiiont.
There was , of coin so , no conclusions rc.ubed ,
and It is not posslblo to leiruwlmt the salient
fcMittucB of the ill aft aio. Now Unit tlm
Hiillsh lepiesentatives have leained Just
what the United States has topioposc , it will
be more easy to outline the course to bo pui
wued by Messrs West , Tupper and Cliainbct-
\VitlitlilsobJectlnvievv u coiifeienco
of those gentlemen is to be held to night , nt
which Mr. Heretic will bo prcsc-nt , und be
will , without doubt , have some valuable sug
gestions to offei.
I'lotCH'tliifj ( Ji-oi'He'H I'li lm' .
WVMIIMITOS , Nov 'J [ bpoewl Telogiatn
to the HI-F ] The ilti/eiis of Alexandria ,
Va , eight miles below Washington , me inn
fever of excitement over n reumi liable oc-
curionio Alninstiel compinj opened their
week's engagement nt tlio National theater
hero lust night. Oio | of their gags is pel-
foiincd l > i thu aid of nveijold Hie engine
Tins mm hum was procured nt Alexandiiii
josleidny of tlie rricndship ilte company , nn
organi/ation to which Ooorgo Washington
belonged. Geoigo looked with ptiduupon
this mabine und it has , CVCT since the old
limn's death , bi en 11 g.u di d us n soi t of mns
cot , by not onl\ the I'l lomlship liio company ,
but the entuo ] iopul.itiou of Alexandini
Vesteidny afteinoon n eiti/eu of that i itj
saw the engine dinvvn thiough tlip.sllcots bv
the minstrel men nnd bo lushed home ami
leported. At AleMindiia last night an im
inenso indignation meeting was held nnd .1
fiolciiin protest entorud ngainst allowing
Washington's little- lire engine to be' innsquo
iiuled aiound bj minstiol nieif Aeommittei
was appointed to ( Dine lieie and seem e tin
engine and take it luck to its lestmg plan
bv peaceable means if possihloliut bv foi re il
neiessaiy. So ono of tlio t mils of the mill-
stiols was to dav inthlessl.v taken uu.i.\
Aloxandiians believe it witsn saci iligmti'
tii'atinent of a venei.iblo pieeo of sacrci
piopciti ami nre up In aims about it.
Cli.imlicrlain'H Del eel I \ en.
WvsmvnoN , Nov "J [ Special Televi ante
to the Hi r 1 Cuiious people Hoik dailv
u round tbo hotel v\heio tlio Untish i epic-sen
tntivcs of the tlsh commission stay , to see tin
Pinkciton detectives who aiethcioto piotecl
them fiom Imaginaiy hium Aiepoitei callce
at the hotel this moi ning for the puipose ol
Intel viewing ono of the detectives as to tin
tiuUifulnc'mi of n newspaper piuigiiiph as tc
, the effect that the dele-ethos , of whom then
me four 01 live , weie employed by the Urit
Ish mlnlstci hero. Ono Of them was foum
[ lacing the lloor near the Imlhvaj leading ti
Mr. Cliamborlnin's mom. IIo was n litth
[ 1 man nbout live feet live , and n medium bni
' iiotte A "kiss mo please" mustache mloiuci
his well foimed moiitli. His chjthes Jittei
him neatlj nnd his nttiro wns topped oft will
the latest style Deibj. A hoiscshoo shnpii
si m f pin set with SIT. small diamonds icpo ( (
on n modest looking four m-lmnd tie Tin
oith thing about his nppe.iianio to inilu iti
bis calling was the neivous mannei in wind
he hhot fin tlvo glumes tit the people comtiij
, Aftei the deteitive had lead thonowsp.ipe
I paiagrapli ho handed it back with a smile
sa.ving : "Yes , theio is some truth in tin
wtoiy , but the leport is somow lint ovcidi awn
AVu mo not detei lives , merelv friends of Mi
Chamberlain. Wo mo with him simply because
cause wo nro familiar with the eountr ;
nigl its people , and then , , \oi
know , n illstlinpilshcd man must us
prccnution to pievent petty unno.vanec. Al
\isitors'cmds go thiough our hands. Tlm
Is done to save the party being intruded upoi
bv unvveleomi ) visitors. Onlj poisons eon
noetcd with the goveiuinent nnd distill
pulshed people nro imrmittod to see them.1
Hero tlm dapper dctcctivo becnmo n littl
more communicative nnd mud in a vvluspei
"Wo wcro not omplo.ved by the Hntish linn
Ister. It WIIH doiio bv our ginoinnu nt. Hi
custom.iiy for prominent Aim-mans who. .
thev go tiaveling to have three or four de
teeth es w ith them. President Clev eliind ha
dotei-tivos to look after him. Jim Hl.iino al
win s has four 01 tlvo with him. This is 101 :
sldered a neccssaiyprecautioiuigaiiibt cianU
nnd bOu s "
Army Ni-vv * .
WSUIOTONov UJ. [ Special Tolcgiai
to the Hi F ] 1'irst Jjioutonant J. ( " ! . Wm ici
coips of cngincorH , is relieved fiom duty n
West Point nnd ordciod to Willets Poml
Pint Lluutciiant John Hiddle , enpiner
coips , is relieved fiom duty in the Dep.iri
ment of DaUotaand oideiedtothe militar
acadomj. First Lieutenant AVilliain j\ \
Duiwidilio Is relieved nnd detailed nsmilitm
professor nt the Iowa Weslej nn uuiveisity.
First Lleutenunt lW. . Kollis , signal coip <
Imslbeen oideied fiom this city to Sngn
Loaf mountain on special iusli net ions fioi
the chief signal officer.
First Klmitontuiit J. W. Paddoel
Fit Hi ea vali j , has been gianted six month'
leave ; First Lieutenant V..1 I'ntti n'J'\vent.v
Hist infantij , two month's extension n
leave ; 1'nst Lieutenant P. H Waiwiel
Kighteenth infanti.v , tlueo month's oxter
slon of leave.
1'ltst Lieutenant Kdvvard S Varrow
Tvvc-ntj-Hist infiinti.v , has bivn ordoicdbi
fore the army iitumgboaid in this city , c
vvliich Qumteiinnstei Nolabiid ispicsiilim
for examination for letliemunt.
Cuptulu Williain N. Sago , nieventh ii
fantiy , is oideied bufoio llio mmj retnin
boaidof Goveinor's Island for exnmlmitloi
Ordinaneo Saigeant Andrew Hush ,
placed mi the ictiicsl list at his own iciiues
Clinlrnmn .loni's' Sitcc-i-ssor.
WVHIINOTOK , Nov. 21Special [ Telegni
to tbo 1H i.J : A member of the republic1 !
national committee , now hi the city , sajs
Biicccsbor to Chairman Jones vv ill bo olciti
us soon as the meuting conv cues next monl
nnu fit Mr. Jones w 111 not aspire to furthi
honors In that direction The name of Scn
tor Saw.vcr , of Wisconsin , is mentioned fi
Uio chairnmnship Senator Saw JCT is ovi
Fcventy j earn old , but ho is as v igorous i
the nv eriigo vigoi-ous man of lifty Ho is i
IndofatigabU ) worker , has n keen foixslgli
Is cool mid cah nlntiiig mid never lost a | KH
in business or iMililiis Ho is iiossensed
wonderful executive ability , Is good niituu
thoroughly hoiiomblo HIU ! besides being
thrco mllllonali omul a liberal man , has tl
confidence ) of business men whenever ho
known H Is said ho is u Sherman ma
although ho suppoitc-d Ultimo , heartily at tl
Nebraska anil lown I'ensionn.
WASIIIMITOV , Nov. ' "i [ Special Telegni
to the Hnii.J Tlio follow ing pensions we
granted to day for 'Ncbraskuns : Incieasn
Kveret VmiHuren , Hoojicr ; John C. Wilso
Onl- John D. Hatllcld , Ncligh ; Andruw
1 Ferguson , Scottvlllo ; Jolm M. Clemor
1 . Chadron ; Hichara M. Wllliimii.oii , Hanul
JccissUcAlfred Mosoly , Curletoii. Kestov
. tlon mid iX'Issuo iVrfuii LannOu ( deivase-d
Jlotiroii. v H , - . ' , t
1'L-uiloua for lowaris. MexieauvaiPti
lip Ivulms. Center Junction. Original John
W. Miller , OtUlinwa : Cieorgo I. Josljn ,
Nugent ; George W , Mont7or , Mat Ion. In-
1 1 ea.se Lev I C Huff , Council HlutTs ,
Fletcher J Walker , Montrose , Chiistopher
W Matldslev , Anaino a : IMmiind Wai i en ,
Lovilia ; Mil hael Mattimore , Uct Moines ;
Hnoili H Stieetei , ClKTiuil ; Josejih NeT ( ,
Chiulton. Cliarles A Allen Ireton. ( leolge
A Campbell , Abingdon , HatvetF Hloom
Jleld , IX'LOi ah.
l n Mall
s , Nov -NiihobiH M Hell ,
superintendent of foiclgn inaIN , in his an
nual ic | ort savs the weights' mails inn-
% ejed from the United bUites to foriign
countries during the ie.irshnw an Increase
In trans Atlantic , mails of l'i" ( ) > per cent in
letters and 1'JitTi percent of olh < r artli'les
TlioinaIlsforCenti.il and South American
countiles show nn even more gratifying In-
cicusc 1f ) 'Jl per cent of letteis and 'J i lit per
lent of oilier aitiiles. In some eases Ihu
mails Im i eased 11101 o than ' 'OOpir ei nt. not
ably in the case of Venezuela , w iieie the in
crease w is 'Jil ! per eeiit As the gieatei p.ut
of the eoiiespondenco exchanged withtheso
countiles is < ommeielal in its ihanu tor , S.I H
the reporl , the ineicase 111113 be ilghtfull at-
tiibuted to Incieascd business lelations with
them. Tbocastof the foieign mallsuiviio
dining the j ear was Mi.UT , of which $ iy * , *
( Uilwns compeniation foi sea ( onvcjance.
T he Incrcabo for the 3 car was ShT , 1 17
I'litenlM to AVewtoi ii Inrnloi ,
W\MMSUTOS' , Nov ' ? } [ Spcilal Ti'legiam
to the Hru ] 'Jlio following patents wcio
Issued to daJoseph : K. Hcnjuinin , near
Kenolds , Neb , spring bed bottom ; liet nai d
A. Dolan , ICeokuk , la , cop.ving pi ess , Saiah
L I'eathcis , PialiioCitj , la , compound fur
bleaching potatoes , etc. ; Thomas W. H. Kiik-
] ) iitrluk , Ottnmwa , In. , milk looler ; David S
Moirison , Giinnoll , la. glove ; William A.
SlmlTer , assignor of ono half to F M Swear
ing , Richmond , In , hoiso-eolhir padiAbia-
ham \Vool3ton , Stuto Center , Iu , biidlo
Oninlin Kcserte 15iinks.
WvsinsaTov , Nov. JJ3 [ Special Telegi am
to the Hi pThe ] compttollcr of Uio cur-
icncj'tod.ij accepted the United States Na
tional bank , of Omaha , as a reserve ugcut for
the Old National binl ; , of Old , Neb , and
the Omaha National bink , of Omaha , as a
reserve agent for the Fust National bank , of
Staunton , Neb , In place of the Union Na
tional bank ol Chlc.igo.
Suit PotLibel. .
WV'itiNOTOs , Nov.2.2 Lieutenant Arnold ,
foimcilyof the district ] Klico foice , jcster-
dnv entcied suit for 5-)0,0K ( ) damages for libel
against Major WalKci , also founcily of the
policn forco. The suit is the outgiowthof
the police scandal which eieated so much
( omnient List November , and icsullcd in
both ofllceis named being discharged.
\ " IIINOTON , Nov. 2Special [ Telegi am
to the Hi r ] The postoflleo at Upon. Van
Hiuen eountv , la , was discontinued to dav.
1C. 1C Mi Ga/y w .is to dav appointed jiost-
nuisler at Mt Auburn , Huitou count3 , la. ,
v leo James N King.
W \silisnTov , Nov SJJ The cabinet met
at the usual time this morning. All mem
bers were present. The picsident's message
to longiess ard the lishenes negotiations
weie the piinupal topu s of discussion.
A Postal Ti'lejrai > li.
WvniNoiov , Nov. ' ) Assistant Post
master General Knott is ( juoted as siuing
that ho is convinced the gin eminent will es
tablish a system of jiost.il telegidphy within
A Toiler A i rested.
TOKOXTO , Out , Nov. 2J W. W. Young ,
abas Thomas Hates , was ar rested Ircro jus-
teulay afteinoon ehaigcd with foigmg a
i heck for $ n,000 in Detroit. He kept a res-
tauiant theio and diew monev on the bank
nieTttiiit of another rrian w ith the snme name
VU'o PiosUlent llenili Irks' \Viilo\v.
Mis. Thomas A. HcndricUs , wife of the
deceased v ii e pi csident of the United States ,
was In Omaha a few minutes last evening on
bur w.ij to the Paeilli ; slope. She was met
at Council IJlulfs bj her nephew , Oliver lien-
ducks , of this city , who had a chance to
have a good v isit with her , as the train was
dcl.ned an hour in that lity. Mis. Hen-
ducks Is a woman piohahlj' over sixt.vbut
bin veais icst lightlj on her shoulileis' , and
hei ban is as il.uk us it was atthntv She
is of about medium height and of lull , but
not obese , ligini1 Her fealuies show a
woman of unusual inlellcctu.il strength and
foi i o of characler In repose her face is al
most of seveie aspcit , but while engaged in
animated conversation n general winning
smile of tens her fcatuies and gives her the
air of a most attractive and ngieeablii
woman. Her o\cs look tin ouh gold hewed
speit.ieles , and arc still upparentlv bright
and undimmed , She was clad in widow's
wei ds. She is on her wav to California , and
stops Hist at Saei-.imento nnd then goeto
San Pianriscn , wheix1 she will visit VMth the
faniilof her biothcr-m law , Mr. S. C. Her
mann , ioimeilj ot this city.
Dr. Miller's Ioeturo.
Last evening Dr. George L. Miller do
livcicd a lectuioon ' Mexico " at thoTrmitj
eatlicdiul to Uio St. Andiows brotherhood ,
' 1 he doctor has tiaveled oxlensivcly in tin
land of Uio Montezunurs , and lii * talk lasl
euning was botli Intel citing and instinctive
Ho dcMiiibf-d some of the sienery and othoi
ph.vsuul featuics of the eountiy , duelling
paiticnlaily on its rich mineral resouiees
( loing back into the past ho spoke of the
am lent A/tecs and gave a bnef lesumo ol
the Iustoi3 of the MoMC.inio.co liomth.it
time to the present. Ho next showed bow
the country has improved since people fion
t ho United States hiiv o Hocked thfi e. 'I hi ougl
these Ameiienn impoi tations the doctor ha *
gieat hopes for tlio fntuio of Mexico. Tin.
lei I wo was the Hist of a couiso that Is to bi
gh en bj the brotheihood this season.
Oh 11 Service
Civil Scrv ice O nicer Dojlo forwarded t (
Washington J psteiduj the examinations o :
the flvo apiillcants heard the d.i3' bcfoie. Tlu
central board of examiners aio expected U
notifj them ot their stundlng in the course o
the next four weeks. Yesterday mouimf
Mr. Doj lo held a special examination for ni
applicant in the pension department. Las
evening he wont to Kansas Citj and holds at
examination theio to-iluy , commencing at !
o'clock Mr Do.Uo s.i.vs thoio are but fev
Micancies Nebraska cmr 1111 , and the iiumbe :
of aiipllcations have been sutllcient for tin
needs of the sciviie fiom this state.
Under $ t , 000 ItonUs.
Joseph Mai tin , % \ho Is chaiged with Meal
ingfllOnt thohoubO of Ma3 Vaughn eail ;
Sunday morning , was utniigned bcfor
Judge Ucika josteulny afternoon and pu
tindei f 1,000 bonds to appeal before the distnc
court Thcrowasa strong eh lin of ciu-unj
stantial ev idence against him , and this , w ill
his subsequent Hight fiom Uio stale , wa
deemed hUtUcicnl in oof to hold him In dc
fault of ball ho was icmandcd back into 111-
tody. As soon us ho paji the penalty fo
this oftense he w ill bo again iiucstcdon th
thaige of stealing an ovenoat from Job
eoinei Famam and Sixtcenll
< 'nnie After Connelin.
ShcrliT C E Vandever , of Teiro Haute
Ind , ariived in Qmah.i jcsteiday to tak
ihargoof August Coimclia , the cmbcz/lci
His ciimo wasi-ominlttiHl last April , when b
inisrepi osculations he pained posse siun c
tvv o or threti carloads of npiilcs , nnd , ufte
seUiiig them , disapiK-aied vv lib the umnej
A shoit sketih ot his rtnuiKablo lllglit me
then , leccntlj appealed in the lift. His tu
list here was the Hist exploit of Toi
Ounsby after getting up from his sick bei
Lsl For .Stealing ItalluinU Tlei
Wllhelm lU.idipaest , a German , mid Heur ,
Holmes , a ne ro , were uue ted on u wunnr
last evening for stealing a cbuploof railroa
ties fiom the HM. . track near Uer's dii
lilleiy. Holmes na3s the tieli weroljlnpbi
side the track doVtig nobody any peed , nud h
tlmught ho would utilize OIIQ of tiicm for fuc
before it rottcJ aiul was : of no use to an ;
body. , ' . . ' '
r \ vo i P riTvio tVpt1iVM1icT
( AASAS CITiS PLDCONILSI ,
Arrnngomonts Mndo For a Six-
Days' Walking Match.
A LIST OF THE PARTICIPANTS.
The Dlicittnii ol'tlie Omntiii.ll.iin Hall
nub Hold a MeutlnK-lteitrtlt to
St. Paul Mjlit-
\ > elnlit Sports.
Open lo the \Voild.
s Cin , Mo , Nov 'JJ [ Spe1 ! lal Tele-
jiam to the Hi i ] A slxdavs" heel and-
oo walking matih has been nriangcd to lake
ilneo huie December 1'J and 17. The lace
Mil bo for the ihumpionshlp oflhevvoild
mil the Police ( liuetto diamond belt The
icdcsli iaiis will dhidobclw ecu them as foi-
ows one half of Hie , gross ree chitsThnt.v -
iv e per cent lo tlio tlrst , ' " per coat to the
cioml , " 0 | > er cunt to the thiid , li ! per cent to
he foiiilh and S per cent to the ilfth. The
ollowingalkeis will piutlelpatut John
Joblor , Chiiapo , Gus Olmstead , lied Clifte ,
Jala ; W. A Ciowlu * , Ii eland , John D.iiner ,
Chicago ; .lohn Shcn.v , AVaukegon , 111. ; Den-
lis Dilseoll , Ljnn , Jla- . ; Antolnu Stockle ,
'hlladolphla ; 1'atiick Puiiell , Kansas Clt.v
\rn.itcur i aces will also lake place dtrlng the
Plillndolptitn'H \ \ ulKln-
Piiii.MiriiMiu , Nov * 'U The scot o in the
\alking matih at 11 p m. was : Halt , IM
nlles ; Cox , 1SV Hums , Wi ; Noiemac. Sfll ) ;
: isou , 1 'IT ' ; Albeit , 'J.'O ; Stoike , Ifi4 ; Llttlo-
vood , y)5 ; Panchot , 'J10
Omulin Itasu Hall l > lreotort > .
The O.naha base ball diicctoty held n
nccting last night nt the oftlco of i csidont I'
Mi Cornnck , and while a \ ast amount of mis
cellaneous business was ti.insacti'd , theio
vas nothing of cspcd.il intciest to Uio public.
Sccret.iri Worlej informed a Hi i. lepoitcr
hat the slock was being vcrj libeially f > ub-
scubtd lo , nnd tbeic is no doubt but that it
\ill all soon be. taken. Atelegiam was receive -
ceive > d fiom Manager Selce staling lh.it ho
would le.uo Hoston for Omaha next Satiu-
A St. Paul LI litwel-lit'H Itenellt.
Sr. Pui , Minn , Nov. ' [ Special Tele-
; t am to the Hi i' ] The beneilt given to
) annie Needliam , the popular joung light-
vcight of this cit3' , at the Market to-night
vas one of the veiy best exhibitions of lUo
find ever given in St. Paul. Tlicro was
enough hard slugging to please the Uiousand
> eoplo piesont andelaiet ilnwed in a couple
of the scttos 'llio progiamme included tin co-
round settos bctwien Ilauy Qilmore of To
ronto and Tom Gallagher of Minneapolis ,
lohiinj Connors of Phil jdelphlti anil ( icoigo
Siildons of Illinois , John H. Claiko of Phila-
lelphia and P.itsv Ole.rry of Cincinnati , who
s matched to light Tommy Wan en to a finish
ifter the latter meets Weil , and Pat Killcn ,
, hu ho.ivjwe.ighl , and D.innj Necdham , the
3IoKujp Out i own Conlcj * .
HOSTON , Nov. I2J JolinMcKiij- Halifax ,
lefcatid Peter Conlj' , of Portland , in a
.In eo mile iaco will a turn on the Charles
nvei tins aflcr noon. Time 21:15.
A Xotoil tlookey Djin/ / ; .
Ni w Yoitk , Nov. 'JJ John Spellmiui , the
roteil jockej , is d.ing in St Vincent's hoFpi-
, al fiom injuiies received m a disordcily
Flotow's Opcrn , laitlin , ArtlHticnlly
Tieatodby the Abbott Company.
The second poilormonce of the } 3innm
Abbott opera company , Flotow 's grand opera ,
"M.utha , " was icndeied last evening before
in audience , somovvtiat modest in proportions
tions , but exeeodinglv appicciati\e and en
thusiastic. . Miss Ablxjtt is ecrtnlnlj' a favor
itism Omaha , and , whatever the viu.vrnges-
unmte of her ] ) owcis , she never fails to evoke
Hie heartiest plaudits here. In a'l the roles
she essu.vs she is coiduilly accepted m value
of her lovelv and pet feet voice , her match
less execution and personal ntliaetivcness
Last night Hhe was in most splendid voice
and tluoughout thu Hoi id and , to many ov en
famed puma donnos , impossible \ocnl
achievements of Martha , Abbott's w oik was
her vorj- best , and called at no point for do-
inecation or apologj1. On the contiary it can
he said of her embodiments thej were all ,
Instrionically that the artist could make
them , while her vocalization i cached a piano
of excclleiue that even she lias hardly bur-
passed. That ever sweet , though simple and
lilnintivo bollard , the "Last Hose of Summer
" rcicrved with demonstia-
mer , was evciy -
tion of enthusiastic delight , a lilt of melody
suffusing it w ith rarest ninsie as the Holds
aio oveillooded with the skjlaik's thulliug
Li//lo Annandale , ns Nancj- , both sang and
acted odmiioblj , and she , too , was compli
mented with repeated eneoics. Micholena
sang with elegance and fone , in the last act
ev mi ing a taste and e-u nestness that gamed
him hear tjapplause. . William Pruelto was
also efllcient and aitistic. At the end of each
of her oius Miss Abbott was saluted with
long continued peals of nppiobotion , and at
several olimaxei the audience i cached a Verj'
high pitch of enthusiasm. Walter Allen was
only fair as Loid Tnshiu , and Theodore
HIJ. infs shenfl cells foi no especial mention.
Tlus chonis v\as exi-elleut , especially by the
male voices , and added much to the gencial
soundness and s muieli3 of tlio whole per
STANDING HY j5IMA.
Dr. Kelley , the Anti-Theater Pronclicr ,
ol * Xaslnille , Asked to Kesign.
Nisnv u i r , Nov. Si 1'ievions to adjourn
ment the Noith Alabama confciemo of the
Southein Methodist chin eh at Tuscaloosa
hist night , a resolution was adopted icquest-
ing Dr D. C Kellejof Nashville , an em-
incut Methodist divine and misslonai.v treas-
ui er of the goneial eonleiencc , to icsign his
ofliiiol position on in count of hlsutteionces
in refirenco to the I'mina Abbott episoOo at
Nashv dlo. The resolution w ill ci eote a grout
sensation throughout the cntuo Southern
opnu.v siiiis : AT OUTS.
Tiuec of Kiiiina AliliutlV Choi us Ai-
icHted I'or FinlitinK-
George A. Smith , Gcoigo Keimcy nml
James A Lorongo sing in the chorus of the
Kmma Abbott companj * und Jil.iy billiards.
When the trio at o not doing the melody anil
speeding tlio ivorj' spheres , they employ
themselves Juggling the bnggago nnd keep
ing the pi oj > ci tics m older. Lust cvenliif
the two Georges and James ndjournei ;
to the billiard hull of Koley A
Darst , on Douglas sticet , to while away UK
time in a fiicndly panic of billiard * . Tc
muko the game interesting they staked :
wager on the result , and the conseipienee-
were that the two Geoiges engaged In a dispute
puto which thoj- claim they could have set
tied amicably among themselves hud not out
sldcis Intel feied As it was theio were sev
eral loiterers in the place , and Ihoj iufuiiatci
the two musical baggngo Jugglers , who in
dulged in blows Ono ot the pro
pnetors of the place , not hav
ing a liienso for the tolerance n
exhibitions of the manly nit , rang tlm poliu
alarm The two Geoi ges concluded that lliej
had no desiio for quuituis in .tho cciitial stii
Uon , and took to their heels , but wcro cap
tuiod bllio licet footed oniceis , and in com
ponj with Loronge. who Iii some way became
came- mixed up In I ho in.itler , weio put be
hind the boi s Soon after they weio loleasoi
upon T F Hoj d going their Iwnd in the sun
of f.V ) each for their uppeorauco befoio lh <
couit this moi nlng
HAD A sum : THIXO.
I'orkner Has lllc Case Con
.t , L. l > irkncr , the sleelc flnd over diesse
crook who Is chained with swindling rmn. '
Wallackj of Plum Cu elf , out of K0 worth 0
diaulonds , w ns summoned 'UQforo the jwlic
mnslstrftto yestci-day of lej Don , but secdre
a ccutlmmnCOjntU to day. I'orluicr been )
oboan unpidirlplod gnmbllng shark ot the
Irst wntci1. On his person wcro found throe
neks of mat ked i aids , n. set of loaded dice ,
mil small mliror Ingenlouslj' constructed to
mid In the hand while dealing intds and ie-
lint the face of the eaids to the dealer
'orkner won the diamonds fiom Walluck by
baking the loade'd dice. After coming to
3mahu Forkucr had the diamoud taken out
of the ring ho had won and placed In nnother
ing. The gem , how ev or , was recogni/ed by
Is owner Wallack is n lich calllo dealer
mil w us indisposed lo bring the swindler to
ilul nfler gplllng back llio valuables , as ho
vlshe'd to avoid n.v publicity. Ho positively
efused to have the ease taken bnck to Plum
'iock for trial , but offeicd to piosecute it
Ml ! s lltHM " .
Miss Jessie H Nilcs , of this city , was nnr-
ie > d jcsteiday inoinlng tp Mi. James Hui-
icss , vvho for seveial j cats has been pihntc
edctai.v to Mr T. L Kimball , of the Union
'm illc. ' 1 lie luicinonj was peifouned inllic
iewlumsUucted icsidenio of the gioom on
inspect street , Ilov W. J. Hoisha oflhi li
wi i isnpx > MX .
Yesteuhiv afteinoon at. ) 'U ) o'clock Colonel
I .1 Wells , of the Midland Kleitiie lom-
lonj , was mat i led to Miss Kate Dcninan al
ils icsidence , ISDS Noith TvvenU-
seventh stive t , In ' Hev W. J Hnr-
sha Hoth Mr and Mrs. Wells
mil Mr. nnd Mrs Huiness , mentioned above ,
eft lust evening on a biidal tour in the east ,
hefotiner going to Hushnell , 111 , and the
attw to Ciuuniittti and other points Thev
vill i each their licstinolion in time foi
Mr and Mi-s Joseph Meinroth have le1-
uinc'd from thcii biidal tour , the1 latter h.u-
ng foimeily resided in Hoston , wheio a
ouple of weeks ago she was nun nod nt the
Hotel Vendomo to Mr Meinioth The coio-
nony was IKM formed by Key. J. C Javncs ,
of Ncwtonville , Mass. The ici option took
ilace in the sumo hotel and was laigelv al-
ended , thu eelebioted svmphonj * oichestia
fut nishing delightful music.
Mr Fiank Irvine , the well known atloi ney
of this city , v\as tnanied Wednesdav , No-
ember Hi , to Miss Cliua Christy , of Slioion ,
a , wheio the ceiemon.v was pciformcd.
\lr. \ and Mrs. It vine take up their abode in
Omaha tit 17.il Davenport sticet.
Will Meet at Fort
Seigeont Willluin Hudeius , companj G ,
Joipoiol William Glv nn , company I , Aiti-
Icier .Tae-ob Fetter , companj C , and Pi ivato
Icimun Hick , compoliv A , Seventeenth in-
'antiy , will in ucioidanco with oideis issued
'iom the headquarters of the1 Deportment of
ho Plait o at Omaha , meet at Foil D A Hits-
sel , Wjo. , toquullfj for appointment as past
Barrett the Muidcicr.
Peter H.inett , the Minneapolis murderer ,
was arraigned befoio Judge Heika jcster-
lajbnt a lontinuamo was piven until to-
noriowntSp m. The J-i.-H ( ) offe-icd for his
m i est w ill bo div ided equally betw ecu Cop-
ain Cormock and Olllcer Tuinbull , who
eflected the airest.
Tlio Tttmaw.ij VictiniH.
Fnc Chief Callagau is still confined to his
bed fiom the injunes sustained by Monday
night's lunavvay. Driver Hl.ike , to , is un
able to leave his homo , and is sulTeiing fiom
a badly stiained back.
Mayor Sawyer , Lincolnis ut the Pax-
W. II. Coioy , pf Elba , Nob. , is in the
C. B. Cooke , Boouc , la. , is tit Hie Mil-
Louis Pole , of Pierce , Neb. , is at the
G.rotc , of Burlington , la. , is at tro
B. K. Swift , DCS Moincs , In. , 5-5 at tbo
] ' . 1'ofeowatov leturueil fiom tbc cabt
B. P. Gi-ilTm anil wife , Tekama. are tit
F. Poe , of Nebraska City. Neb. , is at
A.V. . Wright , of DCS Moincb , Tu. , is
at the Milluid.
W. W. Doughib , of Ccelai- Rapids , la. ,
is at the Millard.
Miss N. C. How er , of Deeaulur , 111. ,
is at the Milhud.
B. L. Smith and sister , Clinton , la. ,
aie at the Paxton. "
TJ. G. JaeKson and wife , of Blair ,
Nob. , aio at the Paxtou.
Chiules A. Austin and wife , of New
Yoilc , aie at the Paxton.
Mrs. N. J. ITjdo , of Boston , Mif * . , is
rcgibteicd at the Cor/ens.
W. K. Weldjr. , of New Haven , Coun. ,
is stopping at the Paxtou.
Piot. AVillium Russell , ot Cincinnati ,
O. , is a guest at the I'axton.
Mr. and Mis. Glanfield , of Woodfoid ,
Ihiffland , aio at the Ptixlon.
H. W. Lloyd and wife , of Nebraska
City , Neb. , aio at tlio Pnxton.
H. S. Sliojiherd and wife , of Kansas
City , are vibiting in the city.
II. S. Schwind and wife , of Nebr.iska
Citj' , Nob. , are nt the P.ixton.
.T. A. Robinson mid wife , of Minneap
olis , Minn. , are at the Milhud.
Messrs. I. C. and George S. Stone , of
Kansas City , nro nt the Millard.
Chailes A. Austin midwife , of Now
Yoik , aio legistered at the Paxton.
C. W. Gregg , a pinmino.it giain mer
chant of St. Joseph , is at the Paxton.
J. K. Tucker , of New York , and II. O.
BurliMgh , of Viibsalbour , Me. , arc at the
L. A. Hammill and R. L. Ruddii.-k.of
Keokuk , aie in the city , gucbts at the
.Terry McCtu ty and Mrs. IlaUie Foster
wore united in matrimony ve&teiday by
Law " \Vessl , II. L. Mayer , II. Hoflol-
fluglor and K , M. Fiiend. of the l in-
coln city council , mo tit the Milhud.
London Globe : Monlenegraia already
beginning to pay the penalty of Mich
civ ili/ation as'it has attained. L'von in
that little iiiquntain btato the unem-
] ilojed , pauixiiisin , the emigration ques
tion , and other hKo curaux , iibiiiill.v eon-
Hidored the pcottliar piojiorty of the
moit advaiicoil ] K bplo , aio bogmning to
i.iiso their hcad . The prince and his
ministeih vull'riopn bo faeo to face with
a grave intoinal dilllculty , and t'ho
cause assigned is Hint the harvest this
jour has boon a bad one. This is quilo
possible , but in the host ot
, \eai& thorp Is little to hai-
vest in Montc.nfgro except stones.
The caneo S a fiu- moro deeply bunted
ono. When uii-ciitiic nation Vmdh its
onlj industr.v dfistio.vod atabinglo blow ,
it niti-t oithe-r stnt'vo or turn to now om-
ploiini'iits. ThHih the cnso with Mon-
toaegro. Inthvi old dajs the quality ol
the harve l w at a matter of Indillorciieo ;
iU doilciencjeb vveiej eabily bupjilic'd.
When food mil ehort in tlm princiiiahtv
the inhabitants made a laid on the rich
Turkish low lands , earned off theii
noighboin'pioduco and lifted the eattlo.
But since Piinco NlchohiH , no doudt
v\itli the best intontioii.s in thu world ,
has -ot to vvorKtocivill/o the mountain-
cors and lo turn tbo light of F.utopeaii
publieit.N upon thorn , thcho plensiii'i In.
llo habitf have , poifoico l.ocomo things
ol the pact. And as the Servians objt'c.1
very htiongly to a Montenegrin iiiimt'
gi tit Ion , it IH onlj too ii-obabltj that UK
state which withbtood all the foicec o
bultan for centuries will fall U
through internal disturbances.
Go to West Had lluikvt for cnolo :
lowest prices. 1 1-J Saundcrs. -
The ToiiipllfatUin In tlio Citj Unit
rout i -Cotnpleteil Work.
The boaul of public works , as Is well tin-
deistooil , after lonsultulloa with Aichiteit
Myers , have set aside the i ontroct of Keogan
lirolhers for the erci lion of the cllj hall base
ment nnd awarded the some to Xov Ins X Co ,
which latter includes Hess Stout , of Lincoln ,
and unothci p.utj of ibis citj , who is a icla-
tlvo or friend of Chaliman Hedielofthe
counell. Tno first step taken in this lomcdj
of lomplliatlous was made on Xovembei 1
when aiommnnlcoUon , to the boaid of pub
Hi woiks , signed as follows was icieivcd bj
Ch. lit man Hideombe
"Owing to the fniluio ofthecltv engineer ,
boaul of public works and supeilntemlent ol
consti uellonof the new cit.v hall building to
give estimates on nmteilats furnished and
woik peifoimed as jii > r contiait , jour 1011-
tiactois for cltv lull basement will close
down woik until suih time as an
amount of monej. , loiiiinensuiale wltli
moteiial fuinishi-d and w otic pi i fm tm d bo
paid b\ the ulj. Your engineer and bond
of public woiks not being piaituol.we would
suggest thai jou apjioint one , two or three
disinterested and piaitlcil bulldus totstl-
iimte the woik done We now have over
eishtj live per tent of the contnicl finished
and up to datovvo have nol iicehul over
thlit.v live per cent of the iigieemenl Unless
an iimeiin its ho made to night , v\e will close
down all woik tonionow Kespcdfullv
Jouis , COMIIV < runs , ( 'm Hui. "
This document was shown to Aidiitect
MJOIH , and uflei eonsideiing it lie addn ssed
a lommiinUation lo the itmiiiiian of tlie
boaul In leplv thai the lontractois of the
eilv hull had been fullj allov\eld for all VMM k
and iniiteiials ilone and umdin the eici turn
ol the1 b moment of the building in question
' 1 lie ciiaiiman of the boaid of public woiks ,
when asked for tiguics in the i ase , gave the
following : "Tho aimnfnt of monev allowed
lo Hivan Hi otheis to October 'J"i , 1 * S7 , was
* 5"i(17J ! ( sr > Theie hlill lenniins an estimate
for woik done since th.it time , which will be ,
at llio oulside , not less than IK)0. ( ) The
iminint of the new contiait with Nevins &
Co , fur the completion of the basement and
sub bosiment is vios-o 70 , moKing a giond
total of the cost of the woik which was to be
done by Uegan Hiotheis of f-lsMO Now ,
V oil obseive that , in the Icttei above , which ,
although signed 'Cimtiui tins i it j hall , ' iiia.v
le teiinid anonymous , the signeis
claim they have finished & : > per
cent of the woik and hove
lece-ivid in pel cent ofthemo'uv. Ifou .
will lolelllati1 the inattei jou will see that ,
having been paid in the v icinitj of t'JS.UOd on
a-IS.OOeontiiict ( ) , thev icieived over .11 ] nr
centof the eontioil puce instead of ! ! " > jier
cent us thev eloim Hesules , vou will oh-
seive , the conlrai lots ask that the amount
of woik done bo estimated bv t-ovcial disin-
teieaUd btnldeis. Now that eounol be done ,
because undei the contiaet the nu lilted is
mode the solo ai biter in all ( oses of dispute "
Yesterdav a Hi n icporter sow Mr. IM
Hionnan , jvhohas been acting as foiemon ol
the citv hull work , and asked
him wliot he bad to sav with icfei-
cnco to the icpio eiitation above inudo bv the
boaid Hint he had 101 eived mine than fit ) i > et
lent of thocontiai t price , insli ad of H" > jiei
cent , as claimed.
"You . " said Mr Hicnnan "that
i an h.iv , , no
matter what liguies vou 111113' be given bv
oilier jurties i egaidingthc monev p.udbllu
ntyon the work on the citv hall basement ,
the conlructoi shave rei civ ed but less than
$17,000 for the woik. This was not keeping
laitli with them , and the woik had consequently
quently to bo closed dow n "
Speaking of the nnittei of Icavinglho archi
tcct to be the uihitet in the cnicstion ol
all disputes between tlio lontiocloit
and the city , "It is a dangeiou <
picecdent. " said a woikman , "cspeii.illv II
theio is a icason to believe that an aichitecl
has an ax to guild. In tins case one of the
questions involved is as to how foi the base-
incut eontiactois were to go wilh llieir vvoili
nnd wheio the contractors were to begin the
suporstructuie. 1 have lead the aitielc'
passed upon bv Mr. Mjcis and it looks to me
as if he had made n mistake , to saj nothing
else Mvus is alreadj inteiested in tin
( ouit luiiise at Lincoln , w here Hess btout tin
doubtedlv w ill get the contract , and there i <
too much anxietj' m this busincs ;
on the pait of somebody to intio
duce Hess Stout as a builder hcio
Ho has icarcd a monument to him in that ea-
polity in the state house at Lincoln , and that
is nol u monument whiih should entitle him
to uiognition heie. Hesides , I don't Ihinli
th.it the w 01 king people ol this utj will worli
for him. " '
Nomit OMMU srvvru
Yesteid.13' Chniiimin Hnkombc , of llu
bo ud , nddiessed a Icttei toMc-ssis Thomas ,
Delunej' and Muiphj and theii bondsmen ,
Messis. P. Desmond , Augustus C.uev anil
John Hutler , setting forth Unit the foi mei
hud ngu 'd to complete , on the 1 Ith of last
month , the branch of the Noith Omih. :
sewer which begins at Huidette nnd
Twentv-fouith slicets and ends on
Twentieth and Clink stieet The ponaltv
for fiuluio to lomplete at the time speiitlcil
xv 11110 per dajr lor eveij da.v the wort
should icm.iin unllinslud At picsent it n
claimed that not oneiimutcr of the sewei
has been completed and the woik see'ins tc
have been abandoned. Hoth piineipils ani
sureties aie Iheiefoie summoned to apj > eai
before the board on the 'J > th instant , at 1 Il !
o'cloi k , to have the mutter adjusted. Tlionip
son , howevci , is iek. Deloney has gone tc
Califoi nia , and Mm phy is the only one of the
controctois who is vvilhln leach Uolh him
self and 'ihompson h.ivo done all lhi\v couli :
to Hnish the work , bul icitiun caielc'ss ae-l'
of otheis have ci ipplod tluln linnnemlly thai
it is n matter of doubt whether thej'will bi
able to linish the woik.
TWO MII i s or snvvi it ,
Yestcid.i3 J F. Daley npplii d to Chaiunai :
Hiuombo for his lliuil estimnlo or
two miles of sewei on Huidette
Twent.v fou ith , Hlondo , Decatui and P.ukei
stieets , which he has Just finished. The es
timntcs , howevei , vxeio not icodv , the iosl
being in the neighborhood of .1'2IHK ) . On
some paits of the woik the cut has been pet
haps the deepest over made in newel woik in
this oily , being in llio vicmilj' of thitt.v feel.
The diameter of the sewei vanes from twelve
to tvv cut j ono inches
Some time ago the contrail for the sewer
on Hull stieet , from Thiitv second to Thiitv
seventh stieet , was let to Mr. Thomson , bul
thus far onh ono blink of excavation hu >
been done This sewer is to lunge fiom
eight to thutv six Inches. Thomson's bill
wnslmt75 less limn than that of .1. F ,
Dale.y , and it is pioboblo that the woik will
bo 10 let to the latter , because the pioport.v
owneis in that vicmltj aie clamor mg for tin
Uho loideiiceot F. Gieneij , cm Twenty-
HCI oiul stieet , was cut cicd bj buighus ut an
coi l.v hour vestei day morning and a gold
vvalch w 01 th VJO and homo fi i in monej
The corn husUingliar hnstho lloorfoi
the leiiminiler of the vear.
ADDITIONAL COUNCIL DLUPFS.
The ? ltiHketeei-s.
The > I'omlo opera , "Tho Mutkctoors , "
was piosotitod lastovetilng at Dohauy's
opera hou o by homo talent and was u
dei'ldod success' . There was a largo
audience In attendance and the Hbeial
amount of applause be t < ivved was evi
dence that tlio eiileitaiiimenl was thor
oughly appi eclated.
Poor Pile Piolcetlon.
The h.vdrant al the head of Park ave
nue was tested ji'steiday morning , but
failed to raise a stieam over lifteen foot.
Chief I'uginoei1 IJiikonbltio , of the
watetwoiKs compan.v. v\as at a lc- > to
Know the rcnxon of ihefailuie. Ho aid
that the livdiatit had tilled the condi
tions of'tlio contract when the olllcial
lest WILS iimdo. An investigation .will
be made , and another tot had.
Tlie t-team llxtureb for the now gov
ernment building have ai rived.
Appioprinto MM-vieeswill bo held to-
moiunv at the institution for deaf and
Tlio P. 11. O. soeletv will meet at the
lesidenco of Mis. Hieo this afternoon.
A full attendance i icquohtod.
The new Get-mania soeiot.v will give
its Hi-t onteitainmcnl to-morrow eve
ning at Planter'a hall , on t'pper iJio.ul-
Cilv Auditor Kiiinchnu has just fin
ished cancelling $120.000 woith of vouch-
eis tinned over to him hj Tieabiuer
Jnvitatioiis aie out .for a germau to
be given by Mis-es Loomis and I lock-
v\oli at the Jlojal Aicanum parluis De
The funeral of Cieoige Ilibhoccuned
ji-sterdny afternoon at LI o elm K. The
servicob woio conducted bllev. . W. H.
W. Keen , pastor of the Methodist
It is said thai tlm Northwesloin is
about to hiidgo the liver at Cie-sconl
City. Thoio is a hirge coi ps of surve.v-
01 s nt woi k theio taking soundings mid
About 11 o'clock jostoiilaj moiniugn
P.m ] of hordes attached to' nnoxpiess
wngcin took a livol.v spin on Mam stieet ,
dashing into a loaded coal wagon. Ono
hoi o was thi own MI Molently that its
back was htoKon. It was iiill'od into a
blanket and di.iwn to : i stable , wheie it
was afterward killed lo put it out of
> lisiise ol'tlie Word "Onlj. "
Fiom the Writer : It is probiblo that
moie eriots aie made in tlie use of the
void "onlj" than in using anj other
wet d hi thu language. Wlulo i'tb mis
use is not so glaiing as manj other
giammatic'il ouois , jot itgieallv in.us
and i educes the aoeuracj of a sentence' .
Fnlike the moi e ghu ing mistakes w hieh
mi1 ecuilined eluell.v to Ihe speech or
writing of the unleaiiied. ilb misuse
jnenails lo a singular extent in Uio
writing of accomplished men and
w onion , and is observed fiequontlv in
ncwspipois and even in higher liter-
atuie. This lesults from carelessness
more than from aujlliing else , and
prob.ibly fiom the fact that the conect
Use of the woid is not so easily uiiilei-
The ] ) roper place of "only' " in a hon-
teuce is leadilj nsc-oi tniiied by accur
ately doteimining the woid to which il
has'spocial lefeience. A few exainples
will , pcihaps , inoio c'le.irlj explain its
misuse. ] have heaid teed oralois SMV ,
"Iwillonlj lefor to thisbnnoh of the
.subject. " A little tbouglit will make it
evident thai the spiakei did not mean
in confine himself to iifcrimg , but to
tbu blanch of the subject : theiufoie he
should have slid. " 1 will icfcr only to
Ibis himiih of the subject. ' ' Had ho
meant it to limit "lefi'i1. " he would
have omphasi/ed it in order to make
Tosiv ' % I oulv see an oiange , " might
mean that the speaker does not feel ,
taste or smell an oiange : but "Tsoe only
an oiange.'means that he sees no other
fruit. It might bo cleaier. jierhniis ,
to sav. "I see an oiange oulv , ' ' or ' ! see
an oiange alone , " but it is not well to
conclude ) a sentence with the ndvi ib or
adjective , as the ca .e mnj be. It is
common to hear. ' 'I oul.v saw him. " 1
oulv have four. ' "Heonl.v went to Plnl-
adelphm " and countless similai ei iois
The woid "too" is misused in pio-
eisel.\ the Fame wav. 1 have lieaid
highlj educated poisons make , such mib-
takes'as , " 1 was theie , too , ' not mean
ing to include with other jilai es the
place indicated , but that tbo
speaker w as present w ith olhei s sit the
Dlni'o ; so that it would have been coi-
icct to say , "I , too , was theie. "
"Also , " being used inteiehaiigeably
with "too , " is , of couiso. sluuhiilv mis
used. In the sentence , "lie will n.ul
this , " "ali-o"eaii be inseiled to toiivev
tbioe meauingb. "He also will lead
this. " indicates that ho mny have in
tended to sing il , bul now ho will also
lend it ; and "He will lead this also , "
menus that he will read it in addition to
Additional examples need not bo
given to explain the piopor use of the
words. A little caio and tlioughtfuluess
will eoneet the abuse. Wulois , cspo-
ciallv , should bo eaieful with tin-so
wonls for sjioakers can iudicato their
meaning b.cMiiphasis. . Much ambiguity
in wiiting'is clue lo this fault , and eor-
lection of it will add mightily to an
Dr. Hamilton Wan en , Magnetic Ph.v-
siemn and suigeoii , Uoom . ! , Ciouuso
block , cor Kith amU'apitalavo. Chioniu
nnd nervoiib dibetibes a fapycialty. Tele
Petitions after petitions aio pouting
in upon the Chadi on Demon at to change
its liver pad and jaundiced complexion ,
butlhoiudo and unfoltcied fieebootcr
of tlio bolder heedb them not and con
tinues to ailliel the public with distiess-
ing ovideiico of iinpaued eiiculation.
Ciiiinot \ > K curi'il li > Inciil iippllnitluii' It l u rimntl- "Imiffcroil scvcri'ly from ihronlo culnrrh , nrlilnx
liiUniml illifiii-p mid luinlrcn n tuni > tllulliiiinl rcun dy from Impure blood. H became vir > Iiiul , ciu lnK
Ilkn iluoil * iir-himrlllH which , wnrklnic tlirouxli tlm eortiiMS of thu lironclilul tiibit anil n troubliwoinn
lilixnl , i nullcnlci the Inipurlly which niusus mid pro- couuh.whklinavo Krc-nt nnxlcty to tuy fritiilsnnil
MiotiH the ili-uiM' iiml .mm i If.nU ni'i ' rmHiiontuin' .
bullils the ni tlf an two brothers dltil from bronchial consniup
At the ( aim- time HooiU r-ar'Uparllhi up
wliiik ) > lcin , unil inikiH > ou fill renew t'J lit tlon 1 tried iimny iiailUliu * . but rnuhctnubi mint
HooJ sar iipiirlllit
ftruiiitti unil In nllli Ho urc to KI-I Hood nt 1 win al laslliuluruil to try
In liculth or fiellnn *
mid Inru nut
"llnuo ! IIiioil * sari.ii | > arllhi fur nit irrh nltli
IIHII laturrh l cured , my throat Is entire ! ) UI , unit ail
Ti-ry nitli-fai tor ) ii-inlt' . I it ci lu d morn pi rmani nt . l trouble , with sick headache luvu nil di
' il ) | n.i i
liuictU fnnn II limn fioni any other remedy M , K. upptand. " i : it I.IMOIN , ihuiubvr ( M.IIost. . .
Ill AH , VV HUM on , Ohio
'I ry the pceutlnr medicine
Mulled L'j. reflliiK
Clmrnrti rl o rutnrrli. Tlui foul matter dropping Into
the bromhml tubc or lunc . may VrliiK on linmililtU "l-or nc'.Tnl ycnrn I have been troubled with that
( irinniuinpllnn nlililiriupn mi Immi n e hurvi l ul t.rrlblydlsuriiaMii illsi'iiao latarrh I took llmul i
iltiuhi iiiuiuull ) . HPIICU the inconlty of ilv.nE ; KunaparllliiKltli tlio vi ry boat riikulti Itcuridmo
caUirrU Irunaillulo utlcntloii. 'Jako HvoO s J-urm of that conllnuoil dropping In tny thrimt , midduIRd
1'urllni bcforo It In lee lulo. upfciillnj. Hlus ulii ) hc-lptd my mother wlm luti
"lliavo teen iro.i.icd with that urinoylntrdl c o. taken U for run down Btato nf luallh anilkldm y
llood'a harsapurlllu to nil uin
nnjal and IIUTO tii'.m kit kinds of blood purl trouble 1 recommend
f&i rm ,
mrdiclnu" Mil1 * & 1 > 1O.A1U 1'munm , Conn
tiers , but never found nlltf till I und Hood nfcarta- iood
' l of ratarrh lorinuM
conUdent will do nil llmt l >
wlilth 1 urn
purtlln. lioudnilia " K
branchial tubu , nnd terrible
" of thu
rluluuil. Hurrah for Hoods tarnupartlla ! J. I *
UuLTlMuik buri ; , Ky
rloMbynltflrugKlMs. UjilxforU ' I Sold by nil druMl U. tlifUfortJ I'ropnrclonly bj
, ' . t. HOOI 4CO , , Auothtcarlea , Jewell , ilaw. II" HCKJII i CX > , Apolhecurl i , I owoll , MUM
10O I > esc Ojio Dollar 1OO Dusci One
ImsTllIKI.KH iiwny lili \ ItJOIlof HOOT.
M I Ml nml M i Ml OOlt. ( nn lii nxhAtmtlnif
drain * upon llio KU' > I'A1 > M of liri
1IKA1 > Vi'll K. IIAK ACIIf , DrrAitnil
Drcnnu. KVIl. > jH : of Miiniir ; . II\SII.
MII.M.SS in sot'ir. TV. I'l.Mi'i.i.supon '
the KA T. nml nil the F.ITKt'lMimlltiB til
iiltlY ; III'CA V nml liothMn ( > > S 'jfl
'I ION or I > MAM TV. nhoillil roiiMilt nt one *
the 'ii.filll : : VI ii : > Dr CUrko , l > tnbllMir4
iK'i ! Dr Clurko Im * ninito MIIMOI'S UK-
llll.irv. 'lllt l.Ml' nml nil Dlkiuei of
the RM14 ritl.VAUV Orc ns n 1,1 fa
IHiul } It mnko > O illllerenro M HAT } OU
nii or M 1141 Imsfullid lo rtiro } on.
llnr to tin Ir tax OKU ronmilt Itli tlio ! < liritic ?
of tpocily rillofniul cure Scud 2 cents i
for winks on ) imr ilKur
* -Honil 4 wits jxwtnw Tor ( Vl
WorkN on ilitonlc , ACIIUUN nml
vntf Dlsonncs. t'oimiltntloii | ir oiinll } or lijr
loiter , free. ConnuU the old Ilocfor.
prltnlc. * - 'IIKicfintcinplRtllig ] Murrlnco
mil for l r. Clinke'N e-elobratod I'lilili )
Mnlci unil IVniule , inch IV. , both li'ie.
( stnmi ) . Hoforu iiuifliltiiB > onr inn1 , ( oii'iilt
Ilr. 4I.AItKIA : frliMuM ) kllirur mil limy
wuo future siulcrlni : mid Hlmnio ntul ndil gulden
5 oars to life. Ctf-liwk l.llcN ( FuriO Kr *
r r . " ftw ( mnniiw ) . Medicine ntnl wrltltiw
nut cveowliori' , M-ctiro from i-xiMiNiirv.
Iloun , 8toi < Hliiulnyy , " to U Aildnsi ,
F. D. CLARKE. M. D.
180 So. Chirk St. . ClUCAOO. ILL.
WILL NOT UNHOOK WHILC Bcmo WonM
1 cry 1 uly who ilisitcb iirrlictiim In Hyk nml for
shuulil wnr UK in. Miniiljcluti i ! only lir IU
, WORCESTER CORSET COMPAN
VV orccKlir , Mjis. , ami JiS Mackit klictt , Clu , c fi
liiu * ict > tnfnrtanrl
fi 1(111 ( nhilltii nml in r Hie nlantng
, VjJ fuioi Hi * lufi'ilitonablfrirel .
OurniniPiH U .iT.COUSI NS.
on ex cry soli. I NEWYORK.
For Sale by
* - * OVr.lt A .MILLION DIMIUIIU
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,0
Louisiana State Lottery Compa
liuorpor ill il In th 11 , : lf > l.itim > In HI. for I
UMIII ! und ( tinriliilil.i purpoHt * an I It * it i
itiinU * it p ut nf ttu pn i nl - iiilo ( un tUulion
bv nn ovt rwln Imlnir iMtpular nto
ll ( .mini "lti li Nnnilii r Dniwliifi lull
liHHitlilj tun ! llu I.mini vi nil.\nniinl Dranln
mrl ) L\ir > sit iiinnUii I Innr nul Ikeeiubcr )
"Wu llu lioroliy rnrilfy dial wo uiorvl | o i
iiitiM nn nls Im nil ( la in mtlily iiiul Mini i
lm ) lli nf llio I Miil-inn ( | , , , , luiiiry ( .11
nml In IM-I'.OII in in IM im I loniiiilllii ilra ln > . >
Filxin mill Unit tin f.lnicMil nlni H rt wild h
Inlnn nml In kmiil Inlih tnwniil nil | irlliM
imtliiirl/i Hu ( iiiniiiny In u > i > Ilili ii > rlltlini
liu lnlltH ] ul oil ! &IMUIIIIIC nlliulitil In ID u h
We. I hiunili r-lcnoil II ink nml llnnki i
I'll/in ilruivii In tin" " I iiul'lmiii * * tale J.ultclki
IIM > bi > ] in M nti it nt nil r ( ml tilt M
.1 II III.II sU | I'n h I iiihluia Nntlniiul Hi i
I'll Itlll I AN VI \ , I'Mhlulo Nitlliiiml llunl
A IIVI.DWIN I'rcx Miw Orli im Villoiml Hi
CAHI. K'JIIN I'll-i Union .National I ! iuk
GRAND SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWhni
111 die jll'llllelllj 1)1' MIIHICi - \ \
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CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,0 , .
lOO.OOO I irki'iw at Twenty lol 4
Ilarli. MitlviH SIO ; ( , Mi.iitors 5 ;
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Jl'ltl/lsol 1 IHU lill
n I'ltl/l s 01 ii l inn 'Ill '
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. ! I'lll/l - III- ) ll Mil-
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Al'l IIOXIM \ I MIS I IU/M
ItlU I'rlziiHiil MKUiiiMi\liuatliu' | | In
f. IHMI I'll/I III ! il.lll.
tliiHiu I it/i' mi- , . nu
I I'rl/i.Mif H'lMppruiiiiiiilliii ; In
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inniis I'lll/l i
j'rl/i inn . . . I i
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I'luoaru . . . I
JlHi 1'rlzi'i umoiintlnz to . ( I
I nrilub ruti < nriiii ) luilliir liilnnnuUiMi in
tliiMtiiili rli.iii il V our Ininilwilllni : niiiHl liu ili-
itnil Fluniilui-iilaln Vlnii niplil ii tuiii until rt.
Hill l > IINHIIIl-ll I ) ) > ulu Dill luilllKIIICIlVUlUl ! > C 1)1
jmir lull mlilri
Mil I MM VI. X on r < ix pii s inonojr nnli i
J i IMI Viirk I.xi hiuiu" in iinlhiitry Ii ttcr. Cnrrii
M-H UlllNS I \
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Address Registered Letters to
M : UILIANS : : .NATION vi , HANK ,
M.\V OUI.HA.Nn I. A
> T I > I.1 1 > 'I lmt " " ' prc-miitK of dun
1 I l > l ! < K inil IKHiirivunl nml
I nrly wlmarH In ( hnrkuof Ihu ilrnwlnm , nn KII ir-
uiilcii ol nlixilutii litirni > H4 nii'l Inlruilly , Unit UK
i hum i am nil ninal anil Dial no IIMU tun | iu nlLlr
illMni vili ii oninlifi nllliliuH u I'rltu
UiMI : vilii.n that Ihu paynninl of nil l > : . . - \i \
til AIIAMM l > IH KII'll NArillSAI IliT.rtS UK VFW
( ililCANinml Ihu Hi kul nru III ; ! > 'IMI liy Ihii | ini i Innt
nt an lii"UliiU"ii wlioou tli.iuuil ilLlits uru ifiini
lilzcil in tlui liik'lu : . < t imi'.n , tin rnforu , buwuru 01 1117
D or umm u.uui hclicni ( . < .
Hi inarVnblo for JIOVM rf 1
tln-tli toncjilliilili in Hun unil ul *
i-filnle ilnrnlilllt ) im iirH n i unj.
tlm li _ Mt jummit f llu ' " 'J
ITmiiof tlifHii liiKtiiiinuiitk
TYLER DESK CO
ST. LOUIS , MO , |
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B it Work and Lowm
Ouartitetd. 100 pttt Illuifd
rimntntrprlnttd , Mnifre * . HaiUt 117tt.
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