Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 01, 1888, Illustrated Supplement, Page 5, Image 14

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IIENRYSCIILENCKER'SPARDON '
the Author of the ' 8to o Jug"
Tragedy Free Ouco Moro.
HIS GOOD BEHAVIOR DID IT.
Ifl4tory of the CrIme-1II.IlntetI
CoupleM Asking Legal Mepiirnt Ion-
} 'acte About the Court House
fld-IjIIIC(1fl NCWS.
IrnoM THI Z31fl'S LICO1. ? 1flJICAt !
Governor Thayer yesterday pardoned
HenrySchlenekor froni the penitentIary , who
ya' ; serving a fourteen ycar5 ontcnee for
murder. In 1879 Schieneker shot and killed
tL iriniath of Moillo hall's place catted the
tone Jug , In thI5 city , named Florence
Booth. Sehienekur came to LIncoln a onto.
ber of years before the tragedy from St.
Louis , where ho Mill ) ia a wife and child
and promInent rclatlvc. ills residence In
Llncoln'Icveloped into a long serIes of do.
bauchery and he continued downward , grow.
j ing Into a common drunkard and a frequenter
of houses of Ill fatne. The girl ho killed was
his mIstress. After the killing there was
rierlous throatt of lynching. He was siteedily
brought to trial before Juilge l'ond. George
S. Smith was the prosecuting &ttoriiey nod
with him In the prosecution was Dwight G.
hull. Courtntiy aunt Philpot wore
.Sehleneker's attorneys. The trial followed
ftiiincdlatoly titter the murder trial of Charles
Viall and resulted In conviction and a seii
tenon to hang. On aPleal to the SUIrettIO )
court tli&decision was afllrxned nod the ( into
lixed for lihn to hung. The gover.
uor was titeti appealed to nod
ho extended the time of cxccution.
In the meuntitne , the supreme cotu't , on a ie
hearing , sent the case buric a for a iiew trial ,
vlticli resulted In his being coiivictctl 0 ! 111U1-
der in the second degree cml senteticed to
fifteen years In the pcnitentiur.V. Do.
duetlug the good time Ito had served lie hitid
twcnty.two months yet to servo when ( lie
liariloti wits granted.Vhiic In the petilteit.
tlar.V ho was In thu laundry dt'partuieut and
In charge of the books. Yesterday ho iviis
around In ho city calling upoli those Ito
lciicv in eontpiuiy with l1Lries vlio liuvo becti
active in securing his itrc1oti. lie expected
to leave for Icaintits City lust evening.
Vhitlo ho viit under sentetico of death .me
lionglanil , i'hio vns sherhlT at that titite , in
tije fitl expectntwy of bawl ug Seliheticker's
. exectitilI1 to Perform , visited Minden at the
lUchiarti's hinoging t o get pointers on the con
structiin of a sciiffold tutu the mode of iro.
eeturc ( , and lie tilso ViSit.Xi a Itiingiitg at Sew-
tii il itt ( bitt tinie on a like inissioti ,
An Incidetit , of the day when Schlonckcr
M'as in the ( 'ity yesterdity was it meeting In a
saloon of Souileticker with F'itzsltnmons , a
I ' hunt ptriloited several mouths ago by the gov-
I tj . etuor within serving a sentetico in the hielit.
SI tetitiary for exactly the same crime that
Seliheneker committed-the shooting of a girl
i U Lincoln house of lit ( auto.
tW1IiCT { C9UIIT CASI.
'rho following are among the eases tiled for
trial In the district court :
Catlterinc } 1' Layne has sued her husland ,
Watson Layno , br divorce. 'l'lae couple
were married at hanging Itoek , 0. , Itt 1SS.
They lived together until Deeontber , ISS7 ,
when the defendant left Iterwhtohiy destitute ,
descrtlttg her and leaving her without food
for hersolt Rod child , The petition recites
that for a year past the defendant lots hecu a
drankard utid has abused her , throwing her
agtltist : tito leer witlt gloat. itijurv to herself
nOd that ho has ftiilcd to provide food anti
clothhrym for her and their child ,
Clark S. ICnthtitn sues for divorce from hits
wIfe , Eva L , ICathan , setting forth that th'y
were iiiatricd in lilT' ) at Saratoga , N. Y.-
, that shtortly alter that the shin wt.s guilty of
adultery , and In May , ISS : ) , sItu dcsei ted hint
vithtout tist ciiu'o or hirovoitli1 : atid
shricethitit time IiVCl in a stati of adultery.
Some weeks since tite ilrin of ( malta &
I . llarphiniit obtained judginoitt in jntIeo court
itgaittst. tInt Missoitri PacIhic Pacific railway
for nit overeltaurgo in freight. Ott the trial
the justice and jury vent Into the question at
I , tito rousonableitess of the rate aitd brought In
J n.verdlct . for the firm on the ground thtnt. the
j. to was toohigh. 'rite company hits filed its
. 'ieti : to the district court unIting that the
4 giiieiit be dlsitiis'ed on the ground thuit
to justice court did not have jurisdit'tioii lit
C iniittci' and that error was conitititted in
owing certain evidonro to be Introdticed.
'J to petition , therefore , asks that the jutig-
I itt of tito justice be reversed mid a new
I . al grtintod.
. .n ahipeni hits been filed In the case of Post
S. llerpolshtelnier In viiic1i the ltlthtti : ye-
C 'crcd PO5SSSiOti of a house which ho
C' lined by ii live year lease and which , lie
I egos , the tiofetidiout took ( rout hint by force.
0 lower court found that l'ost. was entitled
tite lwcntlsos ,
IIEI'AII'O { NEW 11105.
At the tlititt. that bids were received a
inontlt ago for the erection of the Lancaster
C unty court house itono wore accepted , as nil
'uve'o above the cstiiniute. New bids were at
( I advertised for and they vl1l be received
l ) peiiCil On 'ruiestlay , January 8. Yostcr.
Architect Meyers , of Detroit , whose
1 were accepted by the commissioners
n.rired in the city and will remain until
't : 'aday. There are several lirms and con-
t. . tots actively at woric Ilguring on thto plan
a . i it. is generally believed that the present
t , uo htids vill full under the estiutiatoti
ii' outut attid ( lint a contract vihi be itiude so
ti it vork on the new structure can iotn-
1UCI1'O itt the early spritig.
coNCEIiNiG TIlO COVRT 1101750 ItO1) .
An anonymous correspondent nsls the liFt'
an exhaustive list of tiuieSthons concernIng ( ho
bonds recently voted and isuod for a court
house in Tutneister : county. Atitong the qutes.
tiotts are these : Are I hey sold , anti to whouti I
\S'hat will lie tiono with ( hue iiioito.v until it is
isedI Can't some of It be loaned to tax-
hutYCIS vhio give sccurlt.lVlty should some
pay to iioi ccitt and others 8l
A cull 111)011 County ClerIc 3ehl brings iou
answer to the question of sules. : That ofticlal
says the hoiid were sold to
John II. Clarl thuirluug the full , to ho
delivered In blocks of 5OIXX , ) each 1111(1 ( lint
the first intttitliiiit'iit was turned over to the
luuuu'chiasor on the 1st of October , others to ho
turned iii the coming Api'il and Jtily. Mr.
Bell states that tlto booths do not commence
to thi'utw interest until tlto. % ' tire transferred.
to where the money is , tim county trt'ns-
urer , as cttstodian of county fitnils , has it In
charge auth the baitic ou banks that have the
ti'eastircr's business could hirob1lI.v tell
'vhtort , it 15 tutu lust hiov littielt gooti It is
doing theta , No one probably thinks that It
could ho tiseti for liutllvltltiat loans utitil
needed even If II ) iei' edit was tiald fou Its
1so.
'rita tOCTit I1000F CASF
oil trinithis svcek exhibited sonic bad blood
exlstiitg. rhto llnthiitgs were tinder agree-
nent iutid will be Ilnahiy handed down by
Judge Chatuitafl on Tuesday. Otto questloit
Ijivolvod was wluothter the ci'ctlitors of 11cr-
old shall recover ( cciii the hrovorty of Dogge
the tunount , with Interest , witich % cus proven
01 whether ( ho enttro property shah go to
the creditors. The ease bids lair to go to thu
sutprelnGeoulrt. One olDie latest fennrcs ol
the case is the filIng of an attorney's hen
against the Doggo's by A. W. Field and hut
& l'ouud , the nttorneya for tim creditors ,
The attorneys are cvldonti.y going to get
their slinro for they call for TOonuuil ( ) llo Ito
tico Ott the Dogges not to settle with tht
creditors , or iy money to thextt out thitt juuig.
meat until theIr cialni is first satisfied.
AItTIcu.Es 01' iSCOItt'OitkTlO
, Of ( hoVasp printlug coiiipny , of % 'ahoo ,
voi.o tiled yesterday at thooflhi'o of the score
tary of state. The object of the corporatior
Is to itlhlishi the \ \ 'uhiooVnsp tinti truiisar.t s
gtutieiaI job irIntiuig until iutiiishhuig business
.I'lto capital stock Is $ IDOtN ) ituuil the incorpor
aloes arc : J , A. South , .lohuui Schmitt , 11 ; 0
Boatty , F. A. Scovihle , H. 11. Dou'sey ami
George I. Wright.1'F
1'F RONA n.
Senator Conger , of LOttI ) City , who It b
saul lung a weather eye on Cotiguessiunie. 1)or
5L'5 shoes , was In Lincoln yestuurilay on i
1cu1 ti'lp.
Senttor Snehl , of Jefferson county , rhu
mittlo an excellent. record fortlto corporatlonu
lust winter , was In Lhncolti vt'sterdny. It h
stateti ( lust 1tnu'ties wliotu ho has itiost ssitct
hiuvo hung a ldacurd before his eyes svithu ( itt
'woruls "abtoi'ney general" dtitaycd itt larg
letters.
Calitaln J. H. Stickle , of hiebron was ii
Liticoln yesterday , on a business visit.
Jnulgo % Vihhlann Marshiiil , of Freniont , wit !
S vlsitor at Ilto capitol city yeswrdtiy fihini
hits otithi of 0111cc with the secretary of stale
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; 'rho bos.rd of trath-T1w clerks behindtbu ,
rouaters. . .
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. OMAHA iIYE STOCK.
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Cattle.
The 'reeiptS yesterday were light. The
market vas very quiet 00(1 bitt hitto was
done. Rrlces were abopt sicatty.
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Hogs.
There vre very few Itogs on thte market
ycsterilay and It Ii not easy to glvequotatlouts.
Time inaakct. sva slow , time receipts hot beluig
able to ( lie demand and the puckers ilid umt
desire to imrchia'o lit small qtmnntitlcs. Thtu
toll iu'ieo , for good hogs was $ i.4. Neatly
everything was takeut.
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. Sheep.
Tltere were no sheep on the inuirket nut !
uiottiiutg % vmts done. Prices remnuiti as usual.
Ofliclal lteceiptq.
Cattle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11og . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,10 ?
l'revnlhluig I'ricas.
Light and medium hogs. . . . . . . . .
Ileavs ° . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mixed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Piovniliig Vi'lee't.
Showing time ltrovathlutg hirices hid for lire
stock out the uiinrkct :
Choice steers , 1300 to 1t'OOlbs. . . .
Choice steers , 111K ) to 13txJlb . . . .
1"at little steers , ( tOO to 1O ( ) lbs. .
Corn.fed ritngo stt'er , P2X ( ) to.lr. & * )
( loot ! to eltoice ( o1'n-fed cows. . . .
Cointnon to inediutu cows. . . . . . . . l.7qt2X )
Westerit COVu4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l.7(3,54) )
Good range feeders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,10f9M5
Good native feeders , 000 lbs and
upwnt'tl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5O3.0O
Fair to niediunt nativetceders , ¶ JOt )
lbs anti ! tiiavartls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stou'kers , 400 to 700 lbs. . . . . . . . . . .
I'rime fat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.
Good fat shtcep , tO&JlOO ) lbs. . . . . .
Fair to tnedlum sheet , . . . . . . . . . . .
Cointuinut hiccp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Light amid medium hogs. . . . . . . . . 4.75tt.lt )
Good to ohoice htt'uvy hogs. . . . . .
Coot ! to choice mixed hogs. . . . . . .
Iteprescutatlva Sales.
NATtVit sicotus
N'o. Av. Pr. No ( tv. Pr.
3 ? . . . . . . Iit0 3O0 IS. . . . . . t'4 ' $3.10
cows.
I . . . . . . 7O ; i. ii. . . . . . 10:31 : 2.20
I . . . . . . lOUt ) 2.00 14 . . . . . . ll4 2.0
iunjIu.s.
: i. . . . . . l2UO l.7i : I . . . . . . l0. ( ) 2.25
1100 .
No. Av. Siuk. Pr. No. Av. . Slik. Pr.
.
40 114. . . . - $3.25 td ( . . . . . $ . .25
3t1 119. . . . - ; t. ( ; S 2nd. . . .l(0 ( 5.2.
S 211) ) . . . .121) ) I..4) ) ' 64 294. . . .400 t.25
.
rtl ill . . . . 8t ) 4.00 fit 2uhl . . . . .I ) 5.80
t. 25. . . . SI ) 4,54) I,6 l . . . . 40 s.t :
8 12Xt. ( _ , . SO SIX ) t' , . ' ; 2 I I . . . . 40 s.a ,
64 ; 211. . . .120 5.1)5 ) 04 272. . ' . .lth ) 5.3
70 93. . . .28 . ( ) 5.0.i 5' 2fll . . . .2S1) ) s.t :
70 2t.,4) . ) 5.i : ( t 20 5.85
tp ' , 24th. . . . i ( ) 5.15 Ii. . . . . . . . ) ( )
1211i..3' .0 5.15 t0 297. . . .8' ( ) 5.41) )
( II 28' ) . . . . 40 5.2) ) ) 6. l2'5. . . . SO 5.41) )
75 20T. . . .2R ( ) 5.21) ) 61 2t17. . . . - 5.45
75 234. . . .2S0 5.25 73 2. . .200 5.45
IsIve Stock Sold.
Shippers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( 'O
Local. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SO
110(15.
Armour & Cutinhay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Squires & Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70' )
Swift l'aekiiig Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154
Speculators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,641 ,
Onto load unsold.
Shilpiuicuits.
Cattle. 15 ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
hogs , 15 cats. . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chicago
Itanige of Prices.
Showing the cxtreiurn hiighict and lowest
rates p.ild for leading grulc3 of hogs on date
mentioned :
Date. Heavy. Mixed. Light.
Dec. 113. : ti ) Qt. ; I-i 15 1115 4 8' tJi 2
Dec. 21. 5 :5) : ) 61.i lit r. hi ) t5 10 4 71 1.5 IC.
flee. Sutn0ay. Suiiuhay. Stinilay.
lhtc. 20. Ctit'Istniia. tfluri'ttriias. ( 'hiristunits.
1)e.27.C , 25 illS IT1 C. Ii ) 1(5 25 4 00 1(15 ( ItS
lec.28.1S 5 ( , O C ) 15 5 : Is 4 75 ( fS It )
Jec. 20. r , 4 C. usi 4s :1 : , . 4 5 5 it )
Jec.tI. : s : t GC. . 55 ii IS . ' , : ts 4 tI ! Pt
iec.uI.C.aS S4S 515 1sio : & ( O eJS2IJ
Dockage anti Cosimitlsslon.
Public In3peetors dock trogntiit : sow3 40
pouuids , stags SO pounds cacti.
Dead hogs , 89 lb nuol over , $1.75 lr
cvt , lest titan SO lbs , o no value.
Vurdago : C.ittlc , 25e ; hogs , Sc ; sheep , 5c
per head. Feed : Corut , $1 ict bu ; timothy
ita3' , $30 : nr.ilric luuiy , 20 per ton.
Commissions : Cattle , SOc pcr.hcatl ; calves
rind yearlings , $10 tier car. Hogs and sheep :
Single decks , $5 ; Imbue inspection on hogs ,
ISo iiet car. All sales unless otherwise stated
lcr 101) ) lbs hive weight.
Wcokly Itecelpts.
The following table will show the number
of head of stock received during the six
days emiding December 31.
Cattle. flogs ,
Monday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christmas.
Tuesday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( II 2,31t )
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' , ) 2,275
Thtitrsthtiy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rj9 8,256
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .252 2,249
Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10'J 1,407
Total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,403 13,506
Live Stock Notes.
hogs lower.
Light receipts.
No sheep here.
Dead hogs utdvanccd to $1.75 yesscrday.
J M. Coo , of Sloan , In. , was at the yards
. yesterday.
Chiai'lcs Greemi , a wcht.known shipper of St.
I'&ul , was at the yards.
P1ODUOF MtItKETS.
t : Liverpool. Dcc.31.-Wheat-Firun ; do.
mattil fair ; holders otter inodei'uttely.
Cot n-Steatiy and in fair demand ; mixed
vesiern , 45 1 1d l'ct centutl.
New York , 1)ce. 51-Vhieat-Rcco1pts ,
80,000 ; e'vorts 71,000 ; options opeuted about
3c higher , hider settled back to closing
r.utes of yesterday , leaving off flu'zti , after
moderate busIness ; cash grades
higher ; uugradttl roil , SSj'fl1)5u ) No. 1 red
nominal at 9tk ; No. 2 red , t'2i4c ' in store and
eherutor Tnuuuuury rye ciosett at O27c.
Corni-fleccipts , SS,000 ; exports , 62,400 ;
spot , ® hiiglwr ; ungraded , fll6j633'e ; No.
1 , 60jc ; No. 2 , 033@63c ; January closed
at fl33e' .
Omtts-fleceipts , 60,0(10 ( ; exports , 64,000 ; 3o
htiguier ; mixed western , 'diJtj40c ; white
western , 4t)61 ) l5e.
Coffee - Shot , fair ; flio steady at $15.75 ;
Ohtitii4 ! :1 : sliidu easier tumid quiet ; sules : ,
:1r,250 : bags : January , $ lO.15@I6.25 ; F'oh-
ruitry , $ l6.tt'IU.20 ; Match , 1tJ.00l0.05 ;
Juuie , $ lS.90@15.95.
Pott'oleunt-.l"irm ; United S0c.
Eggs-Quiet nitil firot ; western , 2l6.25c.
Ptn'k-.DulI utunt utemuttuinl
- ; mess quoted
at l5.5Oild.X ) ( ) for one year old.
Lard- . trifle hIgher , firm but quiet ;
western stenni , spot , tI.05.
fluttcr-Firuu imuid deuuuuuid light ; western ,
Cheese-Quiet and firmly held ; western ,
ll@I1c. _ _ _ _
IdrE STOCK.
: Uttion Stock YartlsChlcago , Dec. 31.
-rhio Drovers' Journal reports :
Cattle-hlcccipts , 1,000 ; market strong ;
contmuoti to good iiceyes , t.0tk34.05 ; cows ,
l.4)2.t)5 ( ) ) ; stockers umuid feeders , 12.20@3.TA ) ;
Texas stet'rs , 2.4tY3.40.
: Hogs-Receipts , 7,000 ; market strong ;
otixed , $5.20'5.fl0 ; ligtt ) , 5.oocZs.t5 ; Iteavy ,
S.45j5.95 : skips , .75J460.
Stn'ep-Recetpts. 1,000i market steady ;
natives , * 2.7st.50 : ) ; litmUs , E4.0O@5.75.
Iusnsas City , Dec. 31.-Cattle-Receipts ,
Osu ; shuipisienits , tilt ) ; inaricet slow aunt vcatt
for all classes ; goon ! to choice corn-foil
steers , $1.154I.bu ; coutimout to medium , $3.2.i
@ 4,20 ; stockers , 42 fl02.60 ; f'cding stecr
* 3.6Z3.l5 ; cows , fl.50l8.60. (
hogs - heceIpts , 4Ii0t ) ; shipunents , tISO !
mnitrhwt strong tumid act ire ; good U. choke ,
3uttjl.4U ; cotnniout to medium , $ -4.1'djC..2U '
skills and pigs , 2.50tI.60.
i Natloital Stuck Yards East St
IoitlsDct' . 31.-Cattle - Receipts. 200 !
shipments , noun ; market stoatly nod un
3 chumungied ; heavy utativo steers , 14.85t5.1O
fair 'lo good native steers 3.SO4.40
butchers steels , uneihituin to ehoica , $3.iOt
4.00 ; stoctsers and tecdcrsalr to good , 41.11' '
S ratugers , ordinary to good , * 2.204.20
Hogs-Receipts , 1,000 ; shIpments , none
maiket higher ; choice heavy emit ! butchers
selocUons , * 5.ti5.so ( ; Yorkers anti lacking
mediuut l.a choke 4&2Od,5.7U ; light grades
ordInary to good , ,
'tID\VINTER \ BASE 1ALL TALK
A Now Pitcher Signed By Quo
Omaha Managoment.
PROSPECTS FOR NEXT SEASON.
A Big litailget oF Iutcrestltig Gossip
Cotieertilttg ( lie Dlainontl , time
iting , time Wltcet , and Forest ,
1"lehtI nut Stream.
flase Hall Nowni.
Although thto winter is not half over the
base ball lovers arc already pining for the
balnmy days of April , when the voice of the
unipi cc vi I 1 be huenu'd cal I I a g 'ilmy ' : I' ' I There
.uis tI tlune last fall when the base ball fever
Was at , a very low ebb , and It was iircdicted
thttt : big etTot'ts wouhil be required to revive
Interest iii the noble sport. This status of
thiitigs hind becum brought about by the miser.
able work of the local team , who were scar-
lug defeat on top of defeat. and deporting
tlueutmscives generally iii such a listless
uttd inuhifterent way as to knocic
all time cntthiusiasnt out of even ( ho
mutest uirtlemtt supporters of the game.
'rae attendutnee dropped otT to the nierest
httndful until the .seasoui cattie to an iiiglorioiis
end , unit ! the band that started out in the
' tlte ' amid ulisbumnded
spi'iumg , city's joy Pride
and scattered to time four winds. hut it is an
Ihl-wiuid that blows nobody good. l'robmibly
a hotter thing for thegiune tltaiu host season's
experience could not have htuippened for
Ounaltut. It vuis a salutary lesson , by which
thtoe who nu'o ideuttihleti with tIm fostering
tutu ! itrotutotiout of tito short lucre , and those
svhto tltrow into it both time amid utoney , have
laigely hiriltel. , This is all limeomitrovortlhl
attested to by the splenthid lrelim1iinar wor
thtutt hiatt been : ti'cotumhishued for tIm conilng
season , The euugagelutcuit of the mmagnitk'cnt
teitut svliichi % % 'ill do battle lit behiuihf of this
t'4ty the eomniuig season hits restored all the
prestige the gauumo hits lost , and aroused
such ami cuithusiasin and wide-
sPreaul interest us these months
ugo woulni humivo been tiechuireul Impossible.
Everybody set'nims to ho of tine opittion that
Omunihia umcxt season will be right up anmomug
the top-tnotthuers. Loch mut , the array of tnlemut
that is to represent thihs city iicxt scasout , aiid
coutiptt'e : it. with the tennis engaged by m'ival
cities in the association utttil deteriutiute
whether thtcre is any jtistilicuttloti for the ox-
Pectiutiums ( lint are cxiii'e'ssed on all hiamtuls.
Cooncy mid Wilson , catchers , are its skillful
' o'ited club outsde the
a palt' as nra hy utity
Nntiouiuil league or American association.
Lovett , Ilurdick , Ciussian aini Flyuun are the
hiitchiers. Flynn was just sigumed hiust imight.
He ivuts a member of ( lie old Chlcagoes hum
their chiamtipioumshiip scasoits of 'S5.'S0 , anid Is
a sti'omig : ucitiisition. Lovett , It is vci1
knovui , hasn't many superiors , mid but few
equals hum the whole country. Such a do-
siruiblo imimun is he that IJaston was willing to
give 4,000 for lilumi. Ommihia was weak hut
the box last year , lamentably so , but this
year site will be a hiost. O'Connell , first
) iuse , is rmted by such men as Spaulding and
Aii'Oni its oncof ( lie nmmo.stpromiiisingguumr'iaius
of the first bag in the profession. O'Connell
was hiorit in Lewiston , Maine , in 1863. ITo
first began to pIns' ball at l3iddeord , in his
native state , anti his team won the state's
chmatupiomiship that year. flo led in bath batting -
ting and fleldimig. it was lucre that 5.1nimtnger
Frank Selco first saw hihm , mind so favorably
struck was lie with OConneil's general work
that lie secured him for the Lawrence team
of the New Eumgland league. Ho led this
league in the field and helped. win ninny a
gttmnuo by his hard and timely hitting. The
season of 'SO found him with the Portlands ,
in svuiiclt team lie stood first as fielder and
second on the batting list. They also voit
the ciiitmnplonsinip. Last season ho was with
the brilliant Oshkosh crowd , and accom-
ihished great things for the champions'
the Northwestern league. For four consec.
utive seasons has lie been wth champion.
shili winners. lie Is a hard woi'lcor for his
club , temperate in hii4 habits , and a tremeii-
dons left.hianded hitter. HO stands five feet
nine , and weighs 150 PoUnds. For second
base there is Miller , Walsh amid Messctt to
choose front , nIl fine men Dortmn for third ,
amid Catnpana , Aminis and one of the extra
atoll for the outfield and shortstop. Such is
Omaha's rosters for 1888 , amid' with such a
mmiamiagcr as Seheo unquestionably is , and
with such club ofileers as J. S. MeCorniack ,
J J. Hurdin , Dr. H. A. Worley , Jack Morn.
son , J. J. Phtilbin , E. 0. Braudt and John M.
Dougherty , nothing but success can possibly
be graven upon their escutciieoti.
Tim managemument has about closed dates
for two games with the Dctroits , the chiam-
h'iOflS of thto world , to be played hero some
( line in April.
Among the first games of ball that vii1 be
seen hero the coming spring is a series of
five mxhmibItion gaines with Kansas City.
By the signing of John Flynim , of the old
Cliteagocs , last night , the baby deal ha of ! .
This will ho satisfactory news to a legion of
the locsl hattoas.
Tue grounds at the bail iutrkwihl be thor.
oughly leveled up and rolled as soon as ( Ito
winter breaks up. ' 2ho sodding tif ( ho din.
mood , too , vill likely be concluded upon.
New seats will bo put up both in the grand
stand aumd the bleaching boartls , and asepa-
rate departmnent , with fo1ding chairs , for tim
ladles Provided.
Miller , the new short stop or second base-
nina , has returmtetl to his home at Wheehiiug
from Hot Springs. He reports that he has
completely recovered his lost health and was
never iii better shape in his life.
Tue management is in receipt of numerous
drafts for advance money. The average bail-
Plal'et' is always "dead brolce , " no niauer the
munificence of the lrevhous year's salary.
Rourko , last seusoui's locul thmii'd basomnnmn ,
will lIUY with the Columbus , Ohio , league
teans next season.
Miller will cahituthti mini ! loire fiuhl control of
the omen cmi the field next seutsomu. Ho has
good qitalities for ( tie position , is strict , but
always htleasaumt mmmiii gentlemanly. Shauinon ,
butt ! lie been eiigagod , would hiavo been cutm.
tam , as hue Is said to be most efficient in this
cnhtacity. However , the deal Is ott with him ,
Mamiager Scion having concluded that It
wotilti Itoh. be advibablu to iay out aiiy money
for hint.
The Detrolts will play in Omaha Sunday ,
.AIit il 21.
Fi'aolc flantllo's application for appoint.
mont mupoum time stat ! of westermi assoclatiomi
umpires , hims : beemi before the aplmintimig
board for several rceks , but iiothlng dull.
ititu has yet beemi hward about IL However ,
mto hews Is good mic'ws , and the probumbihitics
are that. Frauuk will get. tim Imsition. A better -
ter ZilltOlntntcflt coultI mmot be mmmdc.
It canimot ho known when the westonut
league season will ototi until after ( bum macct-
ing at tim schedule committee In March.
John Flynn , sigmicml last night , is.to receive
42,500 for hIs season's work.
Manager Frank Solco is managing a tobog-
gnu slide at Waltham , Mass. , during the
s'iiitem months.
liomitori inns offered the local management a
good roummd lirIzo tot- the release of Miller.
lint Ounnha is hiinlttg lthayers , not sellimig
thment.
Base bail on roller skates Is the POPular
cntzo in ICaimsas City.
TIme Chicago western mtssociumtioii club has
siguted a youngbrother of the great Clark-
son , who hitched for Pot'thiitl last season.
Swift , Omnahiuu's last year's second bmiso-
immimmi , hums slgnued wltlt the Zancsville , Ohio ,
league cltib.
"Peck.iu.lloo" Veach has gone to work In
( lie butcluem"s busiutess at Des Molites.
Krciinueyer goes to Iluffulo next season.
Whitit a shorting Climb Is For ?
The Om.iha Cuim club yesterday imotitled all
tlmo comunlssioui iticicluants , atumrket lumen omit ]
game ulealcra that they must dlscontlimuo time
traffic in ganmie after the 1st day of Jautuary
1SsS. All gaumie found in dealers' huanls nftci
tluim' t1mtq will be seized and tlte offenders
against ( hue law be visited vitlt its severest
lieuiuitles. : This is a niovo In the right direc
thou. Gun atmil sportiitg clubs without thit
itresci'vmttlomi and propagmitlout of game itn
ilshi iii view aroinstitutions hmonestsportsmttem
sluoulu.t eschew , nod the stopitmg , of thiit
wholesale trade In game , fowl and amiimnlmt
out , of season , which Is amtd always huts been
000 Of the curses of all states . 1 a times ,
: iii tli , ) i'ightt directlon It time dealers iti .
, allowed to Imaudlo it , conscIenceless poachicni
and pot-hunters will slaughter it. With no
, market for thouuuiiawful wares , they titus
necessarily desist. Maintain tim lair , gets
. ,
_ - r
- -
tlctimeui , in tbiefimrd , ammdyouwlhlb tmstow-
lti'g a iiriceless boon. upon not only yourselves
bUt all 1egitimten dhonest _ sPortsnmeui.
Mlscehlakitiffits Sport Imig Nesvs. '
Mr. Framik Pormhco huts be'eoune one of the
Partuicra lum the Collins Gutti eompaum
S. 0. Whittakor the ehuimniion , cyclist , left
for Mlnmmemipofi1t. itight to be iii readluiess
for his great 'im'sic with MeCturdy , vhmk'ht
conies of ! on tio.Sthi. Jtick Prince , vhto is to
hamidlo him during the chase , goes up next
veuk.
There will be a'raee , otto utIle , best two in
three , emi the t'l uno trimmer" itt l'rlmtte &
Kirby's sportln.g ! , eumdqtiartei's next Wcdtios-
day evenitig. "ihie winner vihI rcelvo a
himitudsomne golihi'nt'dal giremi by the vroitric-
tons of the bov1vsort.
it lots been aboit settled ( lint I'rlmtco am !
Dhmighey vill roil it 1X ( ) imdlo uaco at 1.llnmic.
apolis soon for $100 a side amiti all of the gate
receipts. No maim In the world camm beat
Prince in a liundretl tithe cltast.
Although these tirear , dull winter days
ProVeiit ului , % ' wheeling in the rouid , the atom-
hem's of the OnimtliuiVhieel club hass atuilty
1.leitsuitit evemihiigs itt their snug club roonts hut
: tlio Geoutig block , recounting the glories of
the luast summer amid tmtttieipathmig time slsrt of
the semisout to coilit ? . Atm6 thou too , they oc.
casionahl.v Ititlulge in it social ' 'sutmoker. ' '
J. S. Prince received us letter from his oh !
atuimuiger , W. 3. Morgati , frommu Newcastle ,
l8iglamid , yesterday , tolling hiumm to be on ( Ito
tiuL vivo for scum startling cycle evetmts dur-
imig the coinIng year.
Dick Mcrtz , ( Ito skillful trap shot , who lutis
boon conitected with ( ho Peumyoso .S Ilardium's
sporting depot for ( lie ltuUt suntlner , leaves
for hits home itt Escanoba , Michi , to-ntorrow
ilartloy Clarke the clmamtmphoum wing shot of
Moline , Ill. , has ieeiu him the city during the
pastwcek , leavinir forlcnnsimsCity lust night ,
lie cmumio hero for the turose of getting on a
iitatchi shoot wIth sonme of ( ho local cracks ,
bttt after a survey of time gronmid , Ito comi.
eluded the compaliy hero was entirely too fast
for hint. _
A few wild geese yet himtger along tue icy
Platte , amid two gumimiers , at ( iotiienburg out
Fi'ithii , last , hutgged seventeen front a blind
near a bmg air-lmol iii the river.
TIme spring tiucic shootintg getmerally 011005
up itt Nebraska about March 20 , The gun.
mmci's are all expecting great sport ( lie coimtiitg
scasoui owimug to thte umicommmiiion leer shoothmig
of time past fall.
iohimt .1. hluirdin amid H. A. Pemtroso go to
New York unid Bostoit ttcxtweelc on business
amid vloasuro coumbimied.
George Seddomis , the Peoria fcatiuer-weigitt ,
is imi ( Ito city. He commies tosee about mmmaking
a mniimtchi vith Touttiuty ? tliller. Charlie iliumi.
dmill , ammotlier bamitmuim fronm luidiaminpolis , Is
hero. Be says lie will challenge the winuier
of ( Ito Miller-Wok bout.
Pugilistics are again upon tIm vamio.
Icnrs' Homburg received from Troy , N.
"I yestorlmy , 6 vu beautiful-breasted red
cocks. 'l'hucro lsbuio amomig ( hue lot , a "stag , "
and a cross between a Troy uttid aSlinuitucek ,
that is amit excCltiOllally flue bird.
Time live imird niiitcitbetwceui J. 3. Hardin
and H. 11. Kennedy hits been set for next
Mondity imfteriiooui. The shoot is for $50 a
side , iiiodiiied Euighish rules , Kominedy to
shoot at twetuty.six birds mud Hardiui at twen.
ty-ilve.
There will be an all-day blue rock shoot at
the Oimmahimu gull club gt'ounitls to-nmmorrow
under the auspmces of Poiiroso & Ilardin. , At
their shoot Chiristmmmas day there was 1,500
shells shot tLWil3' .
The twemmty.llve blue rock race between
Messu's. Petty , fltmghes and I'onrose on one
side , and Mesirs. Hardin , Wertz and Htmlett
oil the other , will take place Monday titter-
1100mm. m , i
ChICAGO L.TVE STOCK.
CuincAoo , Joc. 3.-1Speclal Telegram to
the Bapi.1-CATTIs-Out of the light receipts
there wore eight 1bds of cattle to go to the
Swift conmitati' , which left outly a satall nuns
ber for the oeiu market. and those were
easily tlisliosell ofns , shippers wanted to take
advnittnge of'the shipping facilities , ( ho ship.
1)11mg tlIvlsion'closlntg on Monday. The week
closes on a firnhmd steady market , the only
serious brca1c'occt1riimg omm Friday under a
run that astomlhed the veterans in the trade
concerning theseimson , and the last active
day of the tvecic amid year. Good business and
fair ; iriccs are anticipated for tIm next week
and 45,1)00 ) amid 48,000 cattle can be disposed of
at steady prices in this market at lrescmtt. ,
Good beeves , $ t.25@4.fl.3 ; muiedluxmt , $8.80iJ (
4:10 : ; commtmon , $3.00t3.75 ; cows , S1.409.O5.
Stockers and feeders , * 2.2001j3.50. Texas
steers , $2.4O3.40.
Hoes-Trade was active to thto extent of
the suimply , with lrices about the annie its
yesterday morning , but a strong nickel
higher than the ( 'lose yesterday. A few faitcy
hieitvy sold at $5.80@5.85 , and otto lot at 45.1)5 ) ;
packing and good mixed , 45.iiO@5.75 and coln
mon * .3@5.4U. Light sorts , averaging 170
lbs amtd thereabouts , were wumuted to-day and
sold at 45.25@5.35 ; averages of 140 to 160 lbs
at 44,9Qi5.05.
CONNUBIALLTIES.
Tue best hand in the game of life-tim
hand of a good and loving wife.
Popping ( lie question would be just as light
and easy a imiatter mis popping corn , if It
wasn't for theittomiement.
r Mrs. Book , of Detroit , has secured a dl-
vorce. Probably Mg. hook didn't prove very
cmttortaiuing on a secomid reading.
A boy and girl , aged fourtecum and tsvelvo
years i'CSheCtiVehy , were recently married at
Shelby , Ala. , with the consent of their htat--
ents.
ents.At
At a recent marriage of the daughter of
the great rabbI of Paris , Zadoc Icaito to tIme
Rabbi Israel LevI' , fourteen bridenmalds up.
neared ,
A Pennsylvania farmer has asked the corn-
missioner of emigration for a tvile vhiO calm
boo aunt do fairmu work. Sante 1)001)10 ) arc very
easily satisfied.
Mrs. Ehizutbethi Colby , of Biutghtam , Me. ,
eiijoys the dlstinctioui of being ( hue omuly wo-
maui iumtltis county llcemtsed to solemnize nuar-
riages. Others are only uutluoi'ized to make
mnat'lmes.
Sturggling Iiusband-"You were always
foutti of books , Minnie. Wlmat onus I give you
for your Chvistntuts I" Imimiocent Dear-'G Ire
time a check book , ditihing. Whiemtevci' I sigit
yeul' limmme I shall tltiimhc of you. "
The ngeney column of us Genmuami paper t'omt-
talus aim advertisonuent of which this is tIme
trammsiutlon : "A youmtg amid , in her own esti-
nmatIoui , uxceedtmigly i'rctt- ' lady withimmmmusical
tuistes and of good educatiomi , without means ,
seeks for her cllngiuig nuitut'o a strong , heat
oak , mm that shape of a juimior civilservke
clerk. "
At Cuirrollton , 0. , Miss Linda Martiamtd
was to be jimmied to .Tmnncs W'righit of
Ghuotoia , , Kan. , to whom she hecante emigmiged
throimght corresl.olidence , lint whtemm he ar-
mired she tieclutreti site would mievei wed him
and Ito left svitlt ImIs sister , viuo hiati ncconn-
puttied hiun ( roam Ciiiciuttitti. : lie is sutid to
be mvorthi 450,000 aiid lwoposes yet to win ( Ito
girl.
girl.The
The mitarriago o Miss Freentan , late presi.
demmt of W'ellesley college until Prof. l'alnmer
of Harvard , tooh .jlaco , last Friday iioomi at
ex'Govermior Clpflin's whiter residence itt
Boston , Mr.Itimttl Mrs. Puulnner wiil spend
time winter at. jils cottage iii hioxford , amid
viil niami a F.vmpeumu tour iii ( lie spritigaftct'
which Prof. l'aluier trill resuiite his voik at
Caunbt'idge. ,
Aut iuitlrm aM mami ium the somitlt of Englauid
the other by Lady llountimul
whether lie m'l45 ipanried.Vchi , ito , I ammt
riot-at preseut'was ( lie t'cply , "hut I laive
been , ntuuim-1 csflve timitos. I've burled live
wives iii thi& 'uorth-ituud three of 'em wus
benutiesi Hutt'uddcd , ' time old fellow , "how
can a ntaum look. out ( ot it unissus when lie's
laid UI ) like this ' m'eh"
Ott aim Island In the Pciiobscot ulver tvoive
tubs above hiunmgor. llve the m'cunutumnt or ( ho
0(00 great trIbe of Tarrttiute ; Iutdianms. Thuoy
L tire civIlized atid most of thetmi prosherous , , At
L a roccuit wotlilhtug of tvo of thiimi the bride
wore a robe of delicate blue brocade , satium ,
tritmiummed with cream Spautishi lace mmuud creutmu
satimLjIhboms , immitl one of the guests wore a
icncoc'k sur.mhi sihlc mmnd satin , with overdress
of Oriental lace.
Judge 'riirnsiior of Oconeo Gt. : , tells of a
case of muameyhiug ( lint tvo think beitts the
record. On tiuo 7th duty of October lust hmo :
issued license for ( lie mnitrrhiuge of Smut Hey-
alit and Julim : holmes , ltoth colored. Smun
Bryant was the uuegro ( lint wits shot at Coohu-
I mum's store several sveek ago , On Motuihumy
last tim judge issuel , license for ( ito saute
wonmmutlt to be mluarrei ( to hiyheoVatson , And
thus It is tltimt the same wonsauu Is lawfully
itmarnied twIce tvithiin slxty4lve days. 'I'hue
S judge says lie tvill Issue luer next licemiso tut
reduced rates.
S
Buder Haggard's lraim , , laity aptrotnintehy
. be called a itovul appatatUs.
ECIIOES FIIOI TilE ANTE-RI
rowa and Gossip of' Quo Various
Secret Orders.
A CONVENTION FOR OMAHA.
ProbabIlIty ot' ( Ito Supreme Lotige , K.
of' P. , Cottvenlug Elumewtmerim TItan
Clitelmitiati-Mnsonlc News-The
A. 0. U. W.-flemtera $ Gossip.
A (7onmvent bit For Omtaliis ,
Time Pythhimns of this seetioutwhli be aimt' .
iwised to hearni that there Is lto' somne doubt
of ttueir Sumpreum Lodge beitig hick ! Iii time
city of Clucinimutti. lii Proof of this ( lie Hr.n
( iuotes froun the Cimicimttmiiti Conintercial
Gazette of recent datas follows :
° Aet'ordiiig to tiitttoUiicuiit'lit , tb , immet ing
for ( hue purpose ot eollt'ctimtg sutseripttomts to.
vard securimig for Cincittutati the bietmitluil
session of time Supreme Lodge Kuigluts of
Pythminut tanmie oil yesterday at noon itt time
elitumihier of coiimiuierce.
It was a cold affair. thin titemcltants taking
little interest iii the lrocccdimmi. Mr. 110w-
ard Douglass wuts selected ehmitirman. and re- .
hated how the coiivemitiomi hind becim ittduced
to hold tlmolr sessIon hero by reason of tole-
grants from ( Ito Cinciimmiati Street Railroad
commipatmy , the cmimmber ) of comumerec , board
of ( ratio , mid builder's cxehamtgo , these var ! .
ous corporations agreeing to subscribe to a
tuunimitec fund of * 10,000 , mind imow that ( lie
money is uteetied all going back on thtoir
agroemneuuts and failing to subscribe a dohlnr
Mr. 1-I. 'ilsoii Brown ntoumited time stand ,
nut ! its a stirring speeclt aupemmled to tim busi-
hess muon of Cineinitutti to subscrIbe aid keep
UI ) time icimututiout of the Queen City for en-
tcrltrise. Next year , ss'ith ( lie ccmitemiiilah ,
May iuiusical festival , a sere or more of coti-
vetttioiis , tumid with time opemiiimg of ( lie now
cltatmiber of coummimmerce mind the t'OlOhmlCtiOmm of
the granite streets , the year 1558 ought to be
boouner for time old towmm. "Come to tlmo front ,
gemitlc'nten , and subscribe liberally to this
gmimmtunitco fmiuud. Do plenso conic iut.i do witttt
you agreed to. " After thIs earnest nutd
eloquent ullucmll ) ten persomis and iirums , rehire.
senting the liberal mmicrcliitmits of Cineittnnti ,
cutmuto to the ( lesic and subscribed $ i50. Thie , '
were : Iork Packers' association , $101) ; F.
A. Bradley , $ rq ; George Slimmuer , 450 ; Star
Utmion Liume. $100 ; Albert Netter , $25 ; Michtael
llymmn , 410 ; D. C. LutfTertv , 45 ; .1. W. Fishier &
Co , , * 5 , uumd Jiimmies idorrsotm & Co. , $5.
Oni niotiomi It was decided to adjorn tim
meeting over mimmtll to-clay at 1 :30 : p. in. , vhieit
it last otportuiiity wihi be given to raise suf-
flclemmt of a guutraimteo to secure ( coin Chicago
the convention. The doors of the clmammiberof
eomtiuimeree will be thrown opmi to the lniblic
at that hour. "
The progress of Pytinanism in the junisdie-
tion of Nebraska ituts beemi simply wommderful.
The facts anti ihgmmrcs have beemi Itublishmed
milton several occasiotis , and arc vell known
to tIme reuhi'g : , Itublic. In view of the to-
mnnrkable growth of tim order in timEs sectlomu ,
mid the inuterost the chtizemts intro token its Its
welfare , it seems just mmd proer that they
should be recogmtlzod In any reasonable
demand they nmmtke on thiepomversthumt be ,
lIt the event of this Important eonveuttion
going elsewltere than Cincinnati , It scorns
irooer that that clalmns of each junisdictlout
should receive just and vroor recognition.
Of all the I'ythmintn jurisdictions 1mm America ,
nomme is more entitled torecogmiltion thiami ( lint
of Nebraska. It Is no idle remark to state
that the progress of time order iii this state
has beent greater In proimrtion than that of
any jurisdiction in the union. For proof of
this , 1-oferencois made totho factsand figures
as shown by time oflleial records.
Entitled as it is to Pythuiaa recognition In
this instane , the Gate City of the west has
other claims tot' titis convetmtiomi. ' , Vithi its
ample accorninodatiomts , its liberal facilities ,
its generous people , It can extend a welcome
to thia assemblage which cmi not be excelled
by that of any other city. Omaha did Itself
hroud In its application for the republican
national coiuvcmitloms ; It can be depended pou
to afford the saute cordial welcome to the supreme -
promo lodge of the Knights of Pythias. The
call as Published 1mm this column fora meetIng
Wednesday night should be rospomided to by
the Pythians of this city and practical steps
should be taken to secure this convention.
STATE LOIMIE No. 10 , I. 0. 0. F. will emi to.
morrow evening iimstall its officers for the
conming terat , and also confer the Initiatory
degree omm omue cammdidatc. Members should
all be 1)teSOIit.
Tim FOTLOVING ordiias been Issued by
Grand Cliamicellor Richard O'Neill , of the
jurisdiction of Nebraska , K. of 1' . :
lily Order of time Suprcmmme Chmmmncehior of tim
World-I hereby Issue the following orders.
' .rhuat you malce the followIng changes hut your
grand and subordinate lodge constitutions to
comply with supreme law :
Sec. 20. Separate time supreme ropresenta.
tires from the grand lodge officers , by stnlk-
lug out supreme relresemttatives.
Sec. 82. Amend to read : "An alpoal wiU
lilt from any decision or ruling of the G. C.
during ( lie recess of the grand lodge , and in
case of an infraction of the laws of time su-
remo lodge a welt of eor mvill lie to the su-
hiremue chmauicellor during the recess of the
grand lodge. "
Sec. 16. Amend to read : "Any vacancy oc-
currimig ins the oflice last chamiceilor shall be
filled by the jumtior past chmattcollor present. "
Sec. 18. To be stricken out.
Sec. 48. Amciid to road : "Any withdrawal
ennui ntny be revoked by ( lie lodge granting
It , ot ordered vacated by the gramid lodge , or
granud chancellor , at any time for the purpose
of lmnpeachimutcuit , or trial , mid whcmt so re-
yoked titus iovson holding said card shiuthi , los-
come subject to the lodge which Issued It. "
See. 51. Aniemid to road : "aumchu Icaight of a
lodge , vtto Is itt good stammdiiig , who shall be
disabled by sickness or iumjury to his ierson
frounm followIng his usual vocation , or some
other legitintate business ( provided said sick-
tuessor iumury shall not have been occasioned
by lmis own innproper conduct ) , and hot in nr-
. .
i.cuit.s for duos , shall ho entitled to receive
fromii ( lie funds of thmo lodge not less tItan 81
per week during the ( into of such sickmtess ot
disability , which nuiiount shtimil ho drawn and
haul weekly to sick brother by the chancellor
comrnaimder or vice chancellor of time lodge.
Sec. 53. Amemid by adding the following
clause : "A brother while sick may pay U
, his urrears , ttiid his funeral bemmohits must be
hiaul itt that cvemmt. "
A SlovrSmnNT of niuiimiiportaneo Is mmow on
foot. in the ranks of time Auiciemit. Order of
Fom'cstera. As iswcll kuowmi this secret so-
cicty owes its birth to tue iresotit order its
Enghutmmd , utmid Is yet subject to dictates front
that cotuiitry. A step is to be tukeit locally to
test the feclitmg of withdrawing every comm-
nection with tIme foreign brauichi. The order
itt Eui'Ole dates back to time sevcimtccmitht ccii-
tury.
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Tuua l'iLssoxic fair , York city , has netted -
ted 470.001) ) for the asylUum tumid of ( Ito gu'amid
lodge of New \'orlc.
Time. MASONS in timIs'tirisdictiomm who have
so bitterly anud successfully fought thuo sa-
loom.keetimig question for five years hitst : arc
itot yet satistlcd , says the St. Louis Globe.
Democrat. Thie' proioo to carry ( hue fight
still further , mtutd trill use all theIr efforts to
Intro time gm'uumtd lodge enact a law prolmibitiuig
lodges of tIme fraternity in this jurisdiction
front htoltihttg their mneetiuigs over or adjoin.
lug sutloons. 'rise matter so fur has becum dis.
cussed only itt a few lodges , PrimicilitllY : in
the mortht , roil of ( lie city. The idea Is not a
new onto , for it , hits long bccim talked of , hut
has only m'eachied tIme iiblic cute vithmiti thin 11:1st
twenty-four hours. Had the saloon-
lceepiuig questioim bciuig decided before ,
this subject wouhd have bectm sprung at thie
October sessiomi of ( Ito grand lodge. 'l'hmo
leaders him the mmmovemsteumt umro wcll.knownt
Muster Masouts are dctcrmninmcd to vushi thu
light to a sut'eeesful issue , evemi though it ra.
qutires lIve years , us It diii iii tue s.mioont ttgltt.
' .l'hie saloon keehtors until owuiors will doulitless
iso surprised , mis tIme suijc'ct has hover before
beets talked ( if hut hiUblI , amtd iy thuoso far.
orahlo to saloon keepers vuss probabhy ntovor
tleomtmeii a h'OSSilJilltY. 'J'huc ttmnietatice
Vot'KCm' $ feel jubilant over tIme defeat of thin
sulooui : keepers and will be additionally troll
hilemised when they lucite of the uiew c.jtutest.
Some of ( lie best hcimowmi of them A , F. nun ! A.
Id. lodges in time city are belt ! in halls over
saloons , mutt souite of time himills arc owued by
the Mitsoutic lodges themselves. The Masonite
society in Missotirl wIll musk ( lest In the
Ummited States or ( lie world 1mm this mmmovemneumt
amid will also lie the first society mit the world
to tty .t. 'I'hie Itutcmest to thmu publIc will be
t fully its great ium tiue result a it waS in tIm
saloon leeplng : struggle , amid t'ihl be just as
hard a battle.
V Time A.'cmuT and ceptcd Scottish Rite
is thus niostvidosjrca and i.olular secret or-
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gnnhzatlon in tue wr1tl. lit the Olti eoutuitrks
time crowimed Itenils are rnommmlosrs mmutt
ofthio order , TIm best edut'uutetl nuol mimost iii-
hlttctmtiuul amen Of nil nuttiomis 'mire lovers mmtl
aditiirt'rs of this order tlmmtt forums mm hmalversar
brotlicrimood , umiuti teat'ites toleruitlout amid roe-
ogtmizes the rehigiotis beliefs of mull true miiemm ,
'i'lt ' rite is grumultuahly gnowiumg in favor ammiong
time best unfonmimed tmicnnbers of tIme York Rite
iii tltis st.mtts , as its toauties tuitti imre&'oiits ,
tt'iI'tS itutul teiwltimigs becenie kmtowmi ttmtt ! tip-
lit'CCiited ,
' [ 'ula mw.uue.sTmox ot'h1n itew Mmisonlo tern.
1110 at hlimstltigs Nub. , svhik'hi took iihmtee itt
thtiit city Ikeenitier 27 , wits decidedly iumtt'r-
estimig , Five htutitired guests repotutled to
( Ito imivitat itmuis setmt otit , motul utmitommg I liosti
true attended were ntanv ' of time imuost i'romni.
nemmt liroft'ssloiiml inn ! 'bttsimtess imucum of ( ito
state , and several of the mutate oftuc'Inls. 'rite
halls were exqtmistely decorated and time
muiustc of the eveuihumg wits exceilemmt Tile ex
ercises consisted of tIme usual tietiimtoriutl :
fortums , very itiiprcsslvo niid imiteresting. 'rho
address of sveit'ouiiis was delivered by 11ev.
George Viliiimttts , of Uratid Islammul , umid tlto
orimliomi by Dr , L. F. llritt , of htuistings. Tue
Masonic tonmpio craft are the m'et'lpieumts of
mostly commgpatulatiomis tmmim the comiipletlomm of
this grauitl stnuuctui'e , whukht is ii cri'hit hot
only to ( hue emicrgy of those who intro butilt it ,
himtt to hastings amid to the state of Nebraska.
Tue ittimidsomite new struc'ttmre stxutds itt tue
heart of the city , and is omme of the most mmt.
tractlve and substauitial buildings in ilast-
iutgs. It covers nut urea ( itixllO feet , ttttd rises
sixty.fivo feet above time basemnemit. Time
building is commtposcd of nit excellcuut quality
of lmrossed brick with hinmtdsonmo tumid stmbstami.
tin ! stotte btsoumont mmd trirntniuigs , tumid cost
iii the neighborhood of * 30,000. The first
floor is devoted to store rooms , which brimtg
hi a very good rental , while time second floor
is tlte hoimme of tIme Masotiie fnimtcrmilty mmnd is
0mm of time niost convetmient mid ricity furn.
ishmed suit of hutills and other tthmmrttiients : that
can be found in ( ito vest. A large , elegantly
furttished recoptiomm room , um bmtmiquetiuig hall ,
utnd contmmuodious kitchmon a library , two huurgo
mmd beautIfully decoratei halls , with closets
and wartirobos nil canyon k'imthy arranged ,
uiiahco up this shIcnditl ? dutsoumie hueadquartc'ns.
The lnmildimig mtitd lot upon wliieht it stands are
the property of the 'retuplo crumft of this city ,
the tresoitt tiirt'ctors of which tu'o : Edwin
C. ' 1 ebstor , Enttuiuol Fest , .hieob Fisimer ,
Oswald Oliver , C. I ) . Rittonhiotise , I ) . M. Mc-
Eliuony , .1. .1. Wumnple , F. J. hleumedlct mind
George II. l'rntt.
Tna mjNipommtlmtuj riik of time ICmiigiuts of
Pythilas colebrateti Christiiits : night s'itli it
graimd ball at EXIOsitlOtt Itall out istonday
uiiglmt. All ( lie kntights ss'ere in full uniformut
ammd gave a brilliant effect to the scetto.
AT T1E regular mnctig of Omahia bilge ,
No. 18 , A. 0. U. NV. , hick ! lcc'emnber 29 , 1557 ,
tIme followIng officers were elected for time
first six imioitthis of 1855 : Past twister work-
utuitum. F. C. Ayer ; fluster workmniuum , ihi. 11.
Beebe ; forc'rnamtV , J. C. Puttmmimn Cramer ;
overseer , C. 0. Roomer ; guide , W. .T. Crc-
zier ; recorder , C. W. lmigrumm ; receiver , 11. H.
lit'ighit ; llmtancior , N.V. . Chmmrlcs ; imtslde
watchtmnummm , .1. hail ; outside wustchimmitn : , G. 11.
Ilauniltoum ; trustees , P. llostetter , F1. C. Aycr ,
G. 13. Ilanmiltotu.
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ATTItTIOt-A meeting of the Knihits of
Pytlmimis of Nebraska 'u'lll be hold Wedmios-
day , .1nuiuum' : 4 , at 7 o'clock p. nt. at ( lie lodE
of Nebraska lodge No. 1 , for tIme purpose of
tukinig Practiciti stels , toward sccurimmg ( tie
Oiitimhma the session of the Suremmtu , lodge K.
of P. iii Junte , 1555. E. E. Fmiuicti.
PLEASANT SOCIAL EVENTS.
DoIngs of' time I'tmst Week in Omaha
Society.
L SST TiUut.SiAV ovenittg at 5 :30 : o'clock Mr
C. \Voodwortim , a lroniincmtt citizen of this
city , was married to Miss Kathtcnine ,
yotimigcst daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 3. N.
Kuhit , also of this city. The ceremony
occurred at ( hue bionic of time bride's 1mtt'Cmits : ,
at 25343 St. Mary's avenuo. Only ( Ito nearest
relatives and imeigimbors of time contracting
parties were hresemit. 'rho list of prcsomtts
was large until ebegatmt , many of them mnag-
nilicont. Mr. and Mrs. Woodworthm left on
tIme fast ( mimi for California on their way to
old Mexico city. Titoy expect to ho absent
two months traveling in the south , after
which they will return to make Omaha their
permanent home.
\VEDNmSOAT mvrxmo Doeombcm- , E. IV.
Ball and M. F. Ramsey were married at 1010
Webster street.
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Tima rutsr social of time Trinity It ! . E.
church was lucid out last Thursday evening at
Mrs. J. J. McLatms's residemico iii Koumitze
Place , and was an unqualified success ,
A large eoiotany was present and time eve-
iting went merrily with gummesand music mtnd
Pleasant cotiveisatioti until ca late luour.
Light rcfrcshimuucnts were served at about ( I
o'clock. Thtc first servIce of Trinmty M. E.
chstrcit was hell about six weeks ago , and
sluice tiimtt ( line the society has experleimeed a
wonderful growth.
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AT A mu&calo givenat time residence of
bum. amid Mrs. C. C. litmrr , in Lhumcoln ,
Wednesday ovemtmng , Mrs. H. Lewis hmuker ,
of this city , teed quite a prominent hart , rent-
derlng vith exquisite taste , " 0 Mb For-
namnia , " from Favorite , and Sulltvmtnm's
"Birds of time Night. " A duct fruits Mer-
cadanto'soporn "Giunumnento" was also ott
tluo prograuminmo , and s'm artistically sung by
Mrs. Baker mmd her sister , Mrs. Adolph
Weber , of Lincoln.
Tus ItiramurAt. , , was to liavo
given a reception at No. 0705 Saunders
street , Saturday oveuimg , owiumg to tim lii'
tenmso cold weather , has hiostltonted Uts uttair
until Monday evening.
FlimnAr NIGHT a very ltletsant Pat'tY took
itlace at Forest lull , time home of Mr. uuutl
Mrs. A. Kouutze.
\Vutnsrsn.sv AFTnX4o Mt. .Tnnmcs M.
Bucitititumim amid 11iss Nellie Robbimis were
married at tluo bride's home , S2 Georgia
ttvemtuc.
A KlsxsuNoToN TEAva54 given by Mrs.
Judge \Vakcley Thursday evening.
Mb ; . I'oprsrrox a.'e mm dumicltmg : htaI't'
Timumrsday oveitinig at lice home itt huoimot of
Miss May 1'OhjbetOtt. )
Mmss MAuOAInT : : B'rmN mmiade htem debut at
a lileasamit social given at the Milhtrd hotel
Tuesday ovenhnig.
Trim : isnums of Triuitt catiueilrnl will give
a receptioui itt tIme chum-cit jiarbors Tiiuesilty :
aftornieomi , Jmmmuury : 5 , ISSS , front 3 o'clock to
5:30. :
Tits MttiiIAOF of Ctlmto Bhitek nuiti Di. ,
.T , M. Smvctmialn took pmnmco nt 622 North Nimue'
tcCnlthm street Wcdmmcsdmmy ovcmiiiig.
lIar. PALm. MsilTi ( , a iromnising youmulg
Presbyterluui divine of New Yorlc city , has
hecit visiting in Omnabuns durIng tine iitst week.
ITo trill preach to thom Lake stm'eet l'resbytts-
riumts tIil forenoon itt 10:30 : o'cbock,4ulnl this
eveiminig will occupy 11ev.S. . J. .ilat'slma's
1)UlPit itt time First chturcht.
Mint. F. C. hiuvnxmtt.5froni Boston , Mass. ,
daugluter of lIon. U. IV. Ammibrost' , is visiting
btcr , am'cnits at 1990 Fau'unamu.
Tmis IIAnm'Y hours ! b gave ( lick seeommd
varty fur the seasons at Masomiic hmumit omm'ctl -
nesday evening. Fourteen minim Ott's were
danced and it pleasaumttitnle enjoyed.
Tum : Cowoitun.t , cimbcc'hcbrated Chm'istunas
itight with a commt'tmrt at ( ' , eumnuuitia huh. 'L'ime
musical umrogrammnie was funumisited by thu
Comicordlu stuigmirmi anti the .lmmsioa1 Umiiomt
oi'chiestra. Before tIme mlmtmieo lrcsemtts wei'e
tlistt'ibutc'd trout time Clmeistmnnus tree.
'i'mnF I)10N It1 socictd'vcnt of the liast week
vui5 4\lrs , ltlagrtno'tu : iarty tlontula3P uift i'mtoout
lit Exiiosttlon hull. It % 3 atm elegtmmt : tmffalr
ituud mu large nuummthcr of iit'rsomms preaoutt.
Onus of thin lcudltmg features of the occasinut
t'as ( Ito fantry dtmices : by the little Peolile.
Anumong thmcsti vcrti tIne hligluhanti tliumg by
? tintmtiit' % iugraume : , lva iCeuiutntrti numd ii utstut
( ioodwiui , miii time castmmmtetts iy May ilomnuit
nail Mmmstcr Viut Camp. 'I'hests were svnrnmly
apphituded.
Tar Sai.r.cT Iiunnlrd"gavc their first ctrty
of the scitsuni mit the Zdihlnrii lIimudit' evcumiuig.
Some of the bailing socicty amen and ladles
oh the city were jmresonit , immmtl ( lie occasion
was iui every vumy a swc'It affaIr.
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MORRIS. WiiburD.son at David and
MaggIe .Moriis. toe 3 years , 2 mnuonthis ,
Decemmmber 31. Fuuicral Mirndimy at 2 p. in.
fronn titeir residence , 1011) ) Ilarnuy. t'1ricnils
InvIted.
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SOUTH OMAHA NEWS.
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What a Reporter Lcarne WI
Roccat Visit Thore.
The "Meftncst" Man In Onitst-Iii
Nntme Iiniknown to the Scribe , t
Ills I'auo FamilIar. I
"Titeri , get's tIt one mmmmmfl who Is tmmatuiiy is
51)OtiS tide for t h. ' Iirtlssti ( cotitl it Intl of hit slow
tnitlislt tilt' service of tititht , I ) utuniiutm. '
'l'he si't'akt'r ' mm it't ii tm , 'lh'kttin a Ituilm sr-
ehmiutt gmwiumg , gray lit the act of' t'uthumrlug , asia
for a quuartcr ruth' "Souttinvitnil lie. " mititi
lit , ' wIil-wt'-ey'r-g't.thmt're st'lt , of c'ohmuit'nmsire
. tiiielm tiiMtiumgtmlahtt's tIme Stttttlm Omumutha ear pat.
i.ott trommi hti' . relhiur rltlt'r emi thin , it Im'r rus. (
' lVhio is ho ? " . 'iigt'rly .ieimmnmuoltsi . itts tonupan-
Itili , a reet'mmt grodttutti , froimu tIme lsiMitioltOt.1ii5 ' V
st'tigt'r hey , t ) SI htiittt thm , ' , ur mippensr'd to be
guimmg iiimmt'm y mmitht' nit Imotu r iuiciunil mug sois. S
"lie Is liii' muutatiest uuait lit ( ) mnmmims , RIU1i *
naimil' is - '
"Stiuthi ( ) miimtltP.i" shtommtsi , tint comithurtor.
thmowumitmg lit , ' immcrt'hmatits t'hilY. ittii at 'time ' santa
tluumti tvarning ( lie reporter thtttt Ito had'rsmaeitett ' V
lit' ; jouimllcys cud.
'I hit' umitmittl ( , f Omtmahas meanest maIn is thus
host to history thiromgh , thu close attemiUnit It )
( lmiti' of thm uotmmtti.huungt'd coiuItieton. Inquiry .
Iiinutht , lit tl ruiidtit'imce of M r , 1 , . Cmurpemmter. ths
rc.iml etitto tleder resltlhmmg mm hi stn''t'hu'twsv'n ? V
'i'wammty.ftfthi mmmiii 't'm emmty.sixtlm streets. ! aild 10
ttt11) % % ' iIIi' hlglut on this snimject. lint Master
himurry ( 'arpeumter knt'w all mubomtt ammoihter ntatter 1.V
( it moore intei04t ti , maIn rouniers amid very kfnfll
gave tIn' reporter mull tIme itiirmtiiuttou In k4
lSOSbCSSI'ti. . V
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MASTFII muiuumtv CAIlt'KNTEII.
"I have. ' sitii imt. 'hic'ennhthicteml witlt mu diseass
of thin ttis't' amid throat. My mmo"e wttttl ! stop up
uimuti I womilil , Lisihuum , go hunt staSis or c'hminks
w hilcht whic'n hir'cd Lit'twt'mm ( lie tigmism's smhtotl
a hitti , , d at' . Vor muwhttie , iiy 111)511 and tIn'u $ . ,
t4c'lfled to 1St tlry , mutmti iippoared to hist'e s burn-
haL : Si'imsOt bitt , but itfier ntwhtilo thaI dfachmart W- '
caumme : tiote free amiii I voitItt fmequuotmtly so two
or lure , ' hiumttiikerchmI'ts lit a , hurr. 'rhie sense of ,
smmtell I begntmi to tittIt'u wits bt'giminlng to IVa
Itie , anti nur bmc'mtht : in'ramiuti very otrensirsatil
st''mmi'd to ic short. I huuii : at titttes dlltieUity 0 k
bre.mhtiuig owtnm ' to thus sb ' iol tip eondlt.io * of '
Iii ) ' mioti' . ViuItt. liav , s , eils ( 'f rottghtng 'aad '
s'otthth spit itt ) etmmsltlenttlilti , , Noticing thi , -
Vcrtiiteimteiit of Irs , Mccoy & henry in th dahv
' , ' I was atlviMoh , to , 'onsimlt t emit , whtet
ill , mtimii liegitim trtatmimt'mmt itt oncu. I am aw
fit' , , from tltis , , fft'uusivo Iitc'ittim , mity head ledla'
lerfeeth3 cletr , amid I ant tmutIreIy u alL
IL , SO , TliI'N YOU HAVE CATMIMII
4 Few Syrnptomnsof' * 1)lsaase Ti ,
May I'rove Serious to You. ,
no you itavo freqimemit fits of macrita ! depreaV 5
siomt ? '
Do you oxperiommco ringliug or buzzing noises
in your omits ?
1 > 0 rou feel as thomtgh you must snifoeMe p
wluen yltig down ?
Are otm triuihiied , with a hacking coughad
genera thebiiity ?
Ar. your . .yes generally weak anti wateryan
frequently imniitnmc'd ?
Io.'s your ytIeo have a husky , thick sound ,
nntl a nuisiml stint of twitmig ?
is your breath frt'qmmommtiy offenstye from some
unnmccoumitmtble ciliate ?
have you a tittil oppressIve hiesdacite gene. ' . I
mdlv locateti over ( u,5 eyei ?
lb yott have to hawk mmmiii cotigis frequently in
the el0rt to cl'au' your throat ?
mo yomt bosng your semiot of smell , and Is
your sense of (11410 oscmtiiimg niuuilt'd ? V
Dot's your itose always feeb stol.p.d up , torc-
jag yost to breitthuc- through yommr miioutli ?
lii ) Oti frequently feel thizy. p4rtlcularIy
Whmc'n stooping o ltic auythilug elf tne flooxi' .
hot's every hitt 0 dramighit of air an. ) syary
lighut t'hmango of t'niiltertttumre give you ( P. colns..5s'is , ' . _ _
Iti 4i YOU ttimioyei , by a comtstnnt miesiroto hawk5
amid spitout nit mtthls qmlitmitity of pitlegtn ?
Ai'e 31)11 alts'ays tired miuitl iunilisposetl to exet'-
tion , whether ci mtisinit's ' ork or amusement ?
Is gre'nt t'ttort rcqtilreti to Intel. v'ur thomughts
ilxei milioum utattors tiunut iommiitrly ms'cru easily
ImCif0Imiei. V
Do yont rise ftons bed as thOu mind weak as you
S'ci'u time muighit ) JefIVI mmliii feel as though you .
% vmtiitetl to lie there forever ?
I .t 3tituL thmi"tEt ftht'ii tIt Ii iiiuelgnii in time morn- ,
lug , which nih omilv be diseimiteged after violent ;
comtgluhuig ant ) hiatt king ttmmti spitttitg ? '
it , yont , tcas1iuuimlIy wmtku tu'ommi a troublsd
sleep mtltiu a start mutt ! feel at if you had Just ,
escmthc'I , ( a hmirrlbln , tiettht : miy i'imokiuig ? I' .
hItti , you lot mtll interest in your cmmhihIgor V
bimstute''i or fontmt'r ltci1sur' , all amb on ' ;
gout' , nmuutl do ou feel intiitleidut whether to' . '
Imnorrolt' limids you imlive or , Lenuii ?
Are you tt'onhiol withm mu dlsehuntrge from the
lmetsl , lit this thiiitt. i.omnittlnuies , vmster7 sad si1i
Ccssir , simmtietlimias ittUcOtts. thIck ' atieIo
vimatever it tomiclieit , monimtlmos 'bloody , *
iic'anhy nlt'nLys himitriti aitil olteumsivu )
O'hie above iiru sommie of tIme Initny 9ymnts s V :
catamrhi utiiil tttts beglmuning of ltmng tromi , , * .t
(1110 cast' in it Inmmtiilrei vull have uthl of thum. I V
teVyonit atft'ct'tl , will have a
I tiut.uti. 'flit , greater or moore seriomis year
tomim't , ( its iuiirlt serious your mtympto * , V
, itioro thimitgt'ron'i your coitditiofl. This
I tlist'ases s trenitetl very successfully . se
McCo muiti Ills mtSSOhtttims. 'I ito mitany asse. rs-
I hiortt' thm'oimghi tint' cohiumnns of the tin Iypies
I vrve this anti citcit statammteuit 1imhhished , Isaib. , s. '
tmtntially the saute as giveut by I me patient'e4.
Dr. Mccoy anti lii asi'ociate , hr , tear ) ' ii
secret nostrum. iiuit citi'e disi'ao4 hj thulrsI. s
I fiml comttilnutttolt of time bnt kiiowa
ttl,1iCii , in tbo hitiSt ttliliii'tl ( Immanner , smie
I tig tIn , luti t'.t tutu inmost highly i ucoi
I ttpilitmflCeS 1muowim to tiett' ) ilttttmsion. 5Sf t'
tOils prtlmmcu lOV4tiIt'i whulcit simi'uk for thee.-
ehVO'4 lii thu 1tiait' patiinmits cmit'ei'i , itad we a . '
sitnu our reailt'nit that thieti c'tmmlmtnt , hihtyst * ' 1.
huartm utchiteted a SmicceIi , itt cuirluig til'tetii.U wh1s , .
few or 1:0 : otlter tioctois C lit tIu1iUcte.
OArAftatu cN ( In ( jUItEW
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TIm Successful leihoi1 as Us.d
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Dr. ' . McCoy & Ifoniry. ,
'line ti'eatnit'mtt for eattniii. , lumug ttu ,
amutimitia , I htemumiutt isitt aitih ci liar clirotuic tiise.Il .
ralt omtly lot ntpplinh successfully by onowbo kee
imivostlgatel , utumib mimtlo : mm hlte.liimmt atunhy at ek
tlhentses. Ctr'l.'ss : doct.irs iui thotu who to ' V
not I itoitnigluly aettaimut itI tnt lu I hose troueI "
at' ' , HabIt' to fitii. ' icit it kl1Itmml specialist Wto
has devoted ytitrs ( I ) that \itrticiu nr bfli,3e. , ,
I lii's. 31cC't , & lleimu'y , 'S II \ stice'ol. , 3
I butt ( butt 'er' " 't mrt'ttmiti'mit kuiowni tO l2i
I mtci'micu , ii. given it ) mull littii'iits , ttutii it c'atbe
I i.mttt'Iy said liat : these gemittoitteit tire e.w4s
of mdi that is kmnvmi of ( iut'tumutptlomi unit Otksi'
ehiromile mliMemu.ns III ) to , luit , , . \1 itli thicm it 1 * ii.
himmgor , sla'lmlmtic'tm ) autil exiiortmuicnt-ft
stt'itlglmtorwttm 0 t teitmmmommt. ; resitltlng fromgh
lmtt il t'ctunal mtuntl seit'mtt I lIe itti ahmiunuc ni ' , * 4
a thouougli mmicit heal tmittciltiout 1mm ' tu 4 greateSt
Amimerlenmmt hio.iititlit nimil tuimmer tii' greatest
Anmm.'nlcami mmmi's ' ( cis of mmmeillt'lumo msmmii t'flt'7.
'Ihese geuttlenmut'ti ) mavti aldtl , , , to thin oxbau4iv i
kumoa'u'mgo , ( if tluchu shalti , , , mm remnmtntttmi for
mmiotlit atti ctmargt's. as their comismiltation e'oo ' is "
) imt ; tu , whether mit thlr olticu , or an opiates
glt'en by tumahl. :
DOCTOR
JI CRESAP McCOY , ti.
Late of Bc11ac llosita , gw Ti k , '
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Di' . Columbus Henry
( l.ate of tJ'niverslty of I''mimtsylyanla ) ' -
flAYS Jl'FICIS
No. .110 and ihl IN ILAM6uI 11U114fINU ,
Comnur l'itteeuuttt tutu I lanmiiiy mits. . Ounalme , , J *
5 % liars mtli cuunmtiile cases a'm tretuto
with suictuss.
MedIcal illspee's treated sklllfuiICO
tiout , Iinighits , hi'.cate. Ib's4wplhs
autO mdl t EItVOIIt4 1)1511.1. ) i'H Ru diseas
ctmllur Ps thu sexes a slIecltIATAaII ! , V
CIltII ! : ) .
CONStIl.Tt'I'ION at ohilceor iy tush , IL
(11micu hmotiuit-9 1' ) 11 a. mit , , . to 4 ' . In. , I (01 p. ' V
no. . Sumnthi4)'s inic'luiletl.
( orrnshiutt0uncu recolvt's prompt at
, ltseasumi aru ( yea t.tl 51tcc1
) I5TifV eCoy niumil iicnry timrottghu the muM
it is tiimu'm ptssmhlo fur tito , , , muusnmbla to ai a
journey toomitaint successtutl hospital trsals * ,
mit hum iiOTimeI4.
No lottens answered unless accomupsatM b ,
40 in stttmnhis.
AdnIrc'its mull hatters to liu3. McCo '
hloonuislhO : anti : jI anmago bui1&h'C .
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