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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY. DECEMBER 25 ,
LINCOLN NEWS AND GOSSIP ,
tfwo Mammoth Suits Begun In The
OVER 82,000,000 INVOLVED.
Hie Now Ilonrd of Secretaries The
Town of Covinuton , Dakota ,
County , AVntiin n Depot
LINCOLN UURBAU 1 OFTltR OMAHI HEB , )
10W P STIIF.BT , V
LINCOLN , Hoc. 24. )
If mammoth Is ilia word , two such suits
'tvuro commenced in the district court to-day.
The name of .lohii Klt/gcraM brliiRs to mind
the best known rallro.nl contr.ictor In the
lituto. Ills connection with the railroad In-
Icrcfttn of Nebraska liua Involved him In seine
bi di'iils ; imd , although nslirowdllnaticicr.it
eoums thut in Ills duals \villi such men as Jay
Gould , Ktmcll Sa i ) nml Sidney Dillon , ho
lias boon wiggling with larger fish than was
MR wont , mid thus far has got the worst of
It At least his petitions Hied in the district
court of Lancaster county , evidences this
conclusion. Onooftlio cases \v.is brought
against the ntzgcrald < fc Mullory construc
tion company , and the other against the con
struction company of the Missouri Pacific
ral'way ' company. In the llrst ho seeks to
recover the sum of Kil.STl.fCi , mid in the
lust an ciiuitubla settlement of a
tnuttor Involving over frOJO,000. A
casual perusal of the paters in those suits
convinces ono that the , points rulsod mid In
volved will bo of great interest to the legal
In his null aRainst the Fitzgerald fe Mai-
lony Construction company , Mr. Fitzgerald
BUUB for the recovery of the sum stated , to
gether with accrued Interest on the several
amounts which go to muku it up. Some
fourteen C.IUSCR of notion arc recited. A
claim is mndo for u utipulntcd amount for
aorvlcutt tendered as superintendent of con
struction on the Denver , Memphis Atlantic
road , from May 1 , 18S5 , to Jununry 1. 1SSS ;
omouuts duo on various notes given by the
company and paid by the plaintllT iw endorsee -
dorsoo ; money duo for various Implements
of railroad instruction sold to tho'dcfend-
nnts by tlio pluintifT. Other minor items are
alleged , nmong which Is r. stipulated BUUI paid
out by the plaintiff on the company's ucoount.
To sccuro the amount sued for u garnish
ment Is made upon certain sums claimed to
be duo from the Missouri Pncillo railroad
company to the FiUgeruld & Mullony con-
Btniction company , the exact amount claimed
to bo unknown.
Tlio title of the second case Is Johii FiU-
gorul against the Fit/gerald & Mallony con
struction company ami the Missouri Pacific
railroad company. This is an equity suit
and the petition shows uomo sharp practices
on tlio part of Jay Gould , Kussoll Sago ,
Gcorgo Gould and other stockholders of the
company. Hut the petition is too lone to
Kivo more than a synopsis of the allegations.
It is alleged that the company has a capital
of $1,500,000 in 8100 shares. The controlling
interest In the shares is owned by Gould ,
Hliss , Sage , Dillon , Mullony and the plain
tiff , John Fitrgcruld. Kach of the gentlo-
nien last named own Ij500 shares.
1 ho above named Missouri Pacific
railway stockholders became stockholders
in the ITilrgor.ild t Mallony construc
tion compuuy during the spring of 1813.
Previous to this , however , Fit7Kor.ild &
Mallony hud contracted to construct u rail
road from the east to the west line of ICan-
esis. This road was called the Denver , Mem
phis & Atlantic. It became apparent at an
early date in the contract that they had tack
led an elephant and the construction com
pany was formed and the work turned over
to it. The road was finished and it is now
alleged to bo in daily operation. Now comes
the interesting part. For each mile of work
the construction company was to receive
$ lti,000 of capital stock of the road , ana $10-
00) of llrst mortgage bonds , loss such muni
cipal bonds and donations ns should bo re
ceived. Such donations wcro to bo turned
ever to the construction company as part of
Its pay. In u sop.irato contract , however , it
was agreed that these bonds and stocks wcro
to bo traded for ? 12,0X ( ) per mlle of 0
per cent Missouri Pacific bonds. The
flrst directors wore- speedily frozen out , and
in their stead cuino George Gould , Hussol
Sago and Kichard Cross , all heavy stock
holders in the Missouri Pacific. These lads
nt once commenced to-play their little game.
Jay Gould wont over IfiO miles of the road ,
mid reported seine of the constructions
faulty. The price of the construction was
accordingly cut down to $10,000 per mile.
Shortly afterwards the construction com-
luny mot and by the votes of the Goulds ,
Sago and Cross the Missouri Pacific proposi
tion was accepted. The petition alleges other
Illegal or questionable acts of u similar char
acter , and the plaintiff seeks to liavo the uct
Of the directors declared null mid void by the
court , and thus secure the contract price
ogrood upon. Heavy damages are also al
leged , and the case will bo ono of the
crcatcBt civil actions over fought in iho state.
O'ho attorneys for the plaintiff , Mnniuotto ,
Uoweso nml Hall , say this case involves ever
$ . ' ,000,000.NHW
NHW IIOAIID OP PF.CIIKTAIUBS.
"Tho tlmo Is ut hand. " suggested a state
Oflldal to-day , "for thoughtful consldoration
us to who shall succeed Mason , Mmicor and
Ager as the board of secretaries of the state
board of transportation. It is generally un
derstood that Mungor declines to servo an
other term. There is doubt as to Mason's
wishes , but there is little or no doubt that ho
ran retain the jiosltlon if ho will. Agor will
liuvo to go. At least two of the state board
will vote uguinst his retention. Hon. Charles
Hrowiii of Omunn , will probably bo tendered
Mungor's chair. Hut In the event that ho
declines , Ebon 1C. Long , of that city , may bo
invited to don Agor's shoos , and the demo
cratic member of the board of secretaries
\vlll bo chosen from some other part of the
stato. No , I do not think that the railroads
can block freight reduction and a new
nchcdulo of rates under the regime of the
in-coming board. It is my opinion that the
auditor-elect will surprlso some of you fol
lows. Ililltun bo counted upon whenever
Ills vote is neoaod , and it would not surprise
mo if the ontlro now board , with the excep
tion of Laws , would favor radical reduc
WANT TIIEIlt 1IRTOT ,
A serious complaint was IIled in the ofllco
of the Btuto board of transportation to-day
from the village of Covington , Dakota
county , against the St. Paul , Minneapolis &
O i n aim railroad company. It soeins thut
depot facilities hnvo boon removed from the
corporate limits of the village to a point ono
nnd ouo-lialf miles distant. The removal ,
liowovor , mot with a vigorous protest on the
iiart of the chairman and board of vll-
luge trustees. The complaint tiled states thut
the right of way through the streets of the
village was grunted to the comuany upon the
cxptosa condition that a depot for the conven
ience of the traveling public should bo main
tained within the limits of tlio corporation
( or all time. This agreement , it socms , has
been ruthlessly disregarded , and although
petitioned nnd plead with to maintain and
support the compact entered Into on the part
of thu ofllclals of the road , the village has
mot with refuted and persistent refusal.
The complaint further alleges that the ro-
tnoval of the depot to the point where It is
now located is ixn oyon violation of the char
ter of tlio company. In support of this the
complainants will put in proof the charter of
the road and the records of the vlflago. The
complaint , verified by the chairman and
board of vlllugo trustees , also states that to
hlda from the violated contract the com
pany has imtnod the depot Cov
ington. Among other things the
complaint alleges Inconvenience to the trav
eling public , injury to business , especially
wall service , and the desertion of a boon lido
contract. The village , through the chair-
limn and board of trusteuss , demands a
speedy investigation and an order compell
ing the company to roiustaio the dopot. la
accordance with the prayer o ! the petition
duo Hcrvico has been tmulo upon the authori
ties of the road , and the new board will
liavo an important case to hear at tbo first
NKW KOTAII1KI rUJIUC.
V The following Nobruskans were commis
sioned notaries public by Governor Thayer
John O , Evans , Kearney , Buffalo county !
Frank Manning , West Point , Cumiug county ;
G. E , Tnrbox , Greeloy Center , Greoloy
county ; Kdiuuud M.Yolfo , Lincoln , Lan
caster couuty ; II. L , Stanton , Valparaiso ,
Hauudcra county ; Henry Mansfield , Lincoln ,
Lancaster county ) GooriroK. Jlrock , GnJdo
I lock , Webster county ; Gcorgo R Abbott ,
Luthton , York county ; U. C. Evans , Now
tx > rt , Hock county. *
Cltt KKWS AVD NOTES. '
A resolution changing the name of the Loup
Valley Llvo Stock company to the Loup
Valley Land it Town Site company , was filed
In the ofllce of thosccrctary of state. It WHS
duly signed by the board of directors of the
The day was too damp for Governor Tlmyer
to venture from his room , but ho feels ro-
murknbly well considering his dangerous
attack of sickness. He will receive n few of
his most intlm.tto friend * Christinas day.
The oflico of tlio state board of transporta
tion Is the first to bo removed. The board
now occupies the rooms in the main building
opening Into the present ofllco of the secre
tary of state They have been handsomely
carpeted and furt.ished.
The day hns been n busy one In all parts of
the city. The Christmas trade lias been bet
ter than for years , say our merchants nnd
grocers , and the evidences point to n Joyful
day in Lincoln on the morrow.
Mrs fl. W. Madden took the Hnrllngton
( Iyer to-'Iny for South Omaha , to spend
UliriBimas with her father and mother. Mr.
Madden is well known in O. AK circles.
Five couples wcro licensed to wed by the
county judge to day at high noon' , and It Is
fair to presume that the returns nro not ail
in. Christmas tlmo is certainly the great
season for matrimony.
Lou \Ves ell trwtPd his employes and
friumls of the fuber tonflno banquet ut
Jiroivn's to-night. Although an impromptu
nfTalr. It was none the less pleasant and on-
Joyuhle. Ho entertained the boys roi ally.
Frank 1C. Parklnalon , of Lincoln , and Miss
Clnrn A Granger , of wnhoo , will joinhcarts
nnd fortunes on Now Year's ' day. Cards are
I liavo found out n gift for my fair. It is
not a ring of gold , nor Mowers for her hair ,
nor pearls for her white neck , but Salvation
Oil for her soro.throat. She's n singing bird.
Loss of Hfe-rThoiisands sink Into an early
Brnvp for want of a bottle of Dr. Hull1 *
THI : COUUTS.
Unit < M ! Stales Court.
J. D. Coon was arraigned yesterday mornIng -
Ing before Judge Dundy charged with selling
liquor without n license. Tlio licensed pleaded
not guilty and his trial was sot for next
.1. G. Kuhn pleaded guilty to soiling liquor
without having his license stamp posted. Ho
was fined fcJ5 and costs.
Willet L. Irish has Hied a petition against
Philip U. Pnlliman , ot ul. , In thu sum of
, being amount duo for work on build
The following cases were called this forenoon -
noon before Jndgo Grolt ; Nos. 1.113 , Kl'Jtt ,
KWS , KWS , 171)7 ) , 117 , mi , 1179 and 572. Leave
was granted this in each instance to defend
ants to fllo answer on or before December il. !
Courts adjourned ut noon till Wednesday
The Injunction obtained by liyron Rood ot
at against the city restraining the paving of
Twenty-second street , between Chicago am }
Cass streets , was dissolved yesterday , until
such tlmo us the discrepancies in the grades
of these thoroughfares have boon defined.
The case was taken to the supreme court and
bonds llxed nt SG.COO.
The following divorce decrees were granted
yesterday : Rose McCruckcn * from her hus
band , A. E. McCrackcn , , nnd Lena West-
lake from her husband Henry. .
Mrs. Llzzid FavrnU sues for a divorce from
her husband Michael. The petition sets
forth that the defendant is an habitual drunk
In the case of Alice E. Folsom against
Mary It. Folsom ct al for the division of cer
tain real estate belonging to the Folsom
family , the president of the United States
was called ns a witess in Judge GrolT's court
yesterday. It is hardly necessary to say that
the usher's cull failed to elicit a response ,
consequently a default was entered by the
court. The suit was settled by mutual con
sent , the court concurring.
The case of the City of Omaha vs Omaha
Motor company , Omaha & Council BlutTs
Huilroiul company , and the Thompson-
Houston Electric. Light company was before
Judge Doano yesterday. It was sought to
have the temporary rcstralnins injunction
granted by the court on the 17th inst. dis
solved. City Attorney Webster appeared for
the plaintiff. General Covvin. wlio repre
sented the defendants , asked that the plain
tiff be compelled to file their proofs to-day.
Attorney Wubstor opposed the proposition ,
and said that It , would be unfair to ask the
plaintiff to do this , inasmuch as much of the
evidence that would bo put in would have to
bo procured from the east. It was stated
upon reliable authority that n motor railroad
was being operated in New York
at a cost of $1JJ7 per day per car ,
and the motive power was obtained
by underground wires. Upon these grounds
he asked the court to extend the time for
filing proof on behalf of plaintiff.
General Cowlu in reply sold this opposi
tion to the motor company did not como
from the city council of Ouiaba. Interested
individuals were at the bottom of this in
junction and his opinion was that Mayor
llroiitch had been "roped in , " into bringing
Judge Doano ordered that the plaintiff fllo
proof on Wednesday , the defendants their
answer on Thursday , and the bearing of the
case was set for Monday. At the same
time Judge Doano refused permission to tLo
motor company to string their wires on
Douglas stroct as far as Thirteenth , the
court remarking that Omaha could , get
along for a week without the motor.
Edwin N. Miller sues the Homo FIre In-
stiranco company for the recovery nf $500 in
surance effected on a dwelling house and
barn in Benson's addition.
J. 13. Grammes et. al. has entered suit
against Charles Honiara's , and prays for
judgment In the sum of T8 11.15 for cigars.
Andruw Howry hns tiled n petition asking
for the recovery of &H3.-11 with Interest added
said to bo duo from Peter Jansan , et al. The
defendants have fulled to redeem a promlsory
note dated March 13 , ISS'J.
JOIIOH TostlHnB to Nothing.
In the celebrated case of Robinson vs. A.
D. Jones , the taking of testimony before
the referee , Frank Irvln , has been con
cluded . Hut little light was shed upon the
question , as the only witness was A.D. Jones
hlmsolf. The testimony w.is under the in
struction of the court to ascertain what , If
any , of the proceeds of the snlo of the
transfer property were applied to the purchase -
chase of lot 5 , block 1(15 ( , which is on Jones
between Eleventh and Twelfth streets. It
has been stated that It was from the
proceeds of the sale of that lot
that Mr. Jones acquired his later posses
sions. Inquiry w.is also ordered In the
amount of rents collected and tuxes paid.
Ttio latter feature of course is shown by
the books , but with rotr.ird to the other mut
ter , Mr. Jones testified that ho know noth
Many norsons contract severe could
during tlio early winter inontlm und
permit thorn to Imnff on persistently all
wiutor ; weakening the lungs : uul pav-
liiff the way for catarrh , chronic Drcn-
ohltoH , or consumption. No ono can
afford to noploct n cold. A aiiiRlo bot-
tlu of Oliamborlaln's Cough Humody
will euro the most povoro cold , nnd
cost but 50 ota. For sale by druggip.
C. It. Scliinult for Secretary.
The 13Ei ! Is lu receipt of a communication
from a correspondent signing hlmsolf
"C. P. , " suggesting C. U. Schmidt ,
the present secretary of the Equi-
lublo Trust company , for the position of sec
retary of the board of trade. The letter sets
forth In gonorul terms the nualitlcutloug
which the successor to G. M. Nuttmgor
should possess. These are numerous and
aptly put , and are claimed by the writer to
bo possessed by Mr. Schmidt.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria ,
When ni > y woj eJclr , wo gave her Ooatorta.
When tbo waj a ClillJ , the cried ( or CaatorU ,
NVbeu she became Visa , she dune to OaitorU ,
Vn < ? n nhe bid Chlldrau , tIn
SERENE SKIES IN GOTHAM ,
A Glauco at the Swim From Ono 011
DOOR OF THE SKELETON CLOSET ,
Abrnhnm Hcwltt'fl lucocntrlcltloB
The New York Tliontor Parly
Havering About the Swim.
Niw YoitK , Dae. 18. [ Special Cor
respotidoncoof Tan U 1:12. : ] The dealers
In Christmas presents nro rejoicing for
Now York , after being tormented with
the vilest varieties of vile woallu-r is
having n spoil of warm air , bluosky and
radiant sunshine. It U some what muddy
under foot * but our Now York girls are
like the Parlsionnos , and love to tanta
lize liianldnd by n provoklngly liberal
display of the newest styles of hose , so
that crossing tlio streets is endured with
much outward annoyance and Inward
delight by those who have trim ankles
and handbomo hosiery. I nm not going
to write any pulTs of any Now York
stores , but will content myself with the
statement that what may be called the
fashionable tnidooxtonds from Sic wart's
dry goods store , between Ninth nnd
Tenth , on Uroadway , and Madison
Square. It gees no higher , and it de
scends no lower. Not but what
there are specialists down in
the busiest streets , within hail
ing distance of Wall street ,
and there tire stores of the llncst ohnr-
aetor on Fifth n von no above Madison
Square. But the promenade of those
who go on general shopping expeditions
is between those bounds as all Now
Yorkers know. Tlioro is no more curi
ous sight in the world than this same
promenade , especially from U to 6
o'clock. This in thotiwim about which
so much is hoard , and of which so much
noiisoiibo is talked , and the observant
wanderer will very soon know who is in
it and who is not by getting behind
some man upon town , and watching
these whom ho salutes and those who
salute him. Not live feet from him is
another man , bolter dressed if possible ,
with a much finer face , and an air of ro-
fiaement and dignity that stamp him as
a thorough gentleman. No one notices
him and ho notices no ono , but he sees
everything and everybody. Tlio lirst
man is a young millionaire who is in the
swim , thofaecond is a Now York jour
nalist who is not in it , but who hovers
about it and writes of it.
IS AHHAlfAJI S. HHWITT 1NSAXI5 ?
Tlio City Record is ono of the little
corruptions of the silk stocking dem
ocracy , and since the awful defeat of
these gentlemen and the county dem
ocracy in the mayoralty fight , war has
boon declared by Tammany against it.
This precious representative of mu
nicipal journals is supervised not
edited , mind you by an individual
named Costigan , and when several bat
teries had been turned upon him by independent -
dependent newspapers , lie began to wilt
terribly and to appeal for aid to his
prime patron , Mr. Hewitt. This abso
lute ape took up the cause in downright
earnest and bided his time to deal a ter
rible blow at Colonel Cockerill , of the
World , the most vigorous and. bj long
odds , the most inllnential and most ru-
spectcd of tlio assailants. Wo have ti
senate investigating committee every
year , which just opens the door of the
closet where the skeletons are , nirl then
hastily closes it and aijourns. No one
has any hopes or any fears of resijlts
from such a body , but it gives an oppor
tunity to anyone who is inclined to be
spiteful to volunteer himself as a wit
ness and to deliver himself of his gall
and spleen. Mayor Hewitt took the
witness stand with no other purpose
under the sun than to say
that Colonel Cockerill had
said so and so. and was
therefore an unconscionable liar. Then
the next day in the World there was a
vigorous reply showing that Hewitt
had purposely misiinderstooil a phrase
that ho might indulge himself in the
luxury of calling un opponent by an
abusive epithet. Every ono knows this
to bo true. As I wrote you before
Hewitt is so combative that ho invites
attack from men of much stronger in
tellect than his own , and then in his
rejoinders ho shows the most utter
want of good faith. lie looks around
for u weak point , and if he cannot iinil
one , ho professes to believe that his
antagonist means something which ho
ho could not possibly mean , and having
erected this man of straw ho proceeds
to demolish him. This has become a
confirmed habit , and it is a question
whether ho is altogether responsible.
His sons should see to it that ho exposes
himself only in his own house , for it is
not pleasant to witness the disgrace of
a whitu-hairod old man who during the
war showed undoubted and disinter
ested patriotism , and who is a victim to
dyspepsia and insomnia.
Till : NKW YOKK TllKATItH PAKTY.
Some twelve yours ago inon who did
not kcoi ) houbo and who , nevertheless ,
wished to entertain lady friends , being
tired of tlio exccs-ios and coarseness of
stag "parties , invented the theater party.
This was an invitation to the theater
under novel conditions. The host made
up a election of guests , often as many
ns twelve , bought the best scats in the
house , and arranged Unit they should
moot at anv convenient spot. Ho
ordered at lelmonico'n or at the Cafe
Brunswick a special supper , and pro
vided often music and dancing In ono
of the small recaption rooms of either
resort. Tills combination was most
Directive , and thora was u dash of
rakiuhnoBS about it that was immensely
iilousing to the fair sex. The host was
frequently a distinguished man about
town and well known to the loading
mnnagorti , and in thib case tlio re were
introductions to fumoun theatrical stars
who were persuaded to join the party
after the performance. They say that
Whitolaw Reid , of thoTribuno.was the
deviser of this form of entertainment
and won in this way the heart of hib
wife , a daughter of D. O. Mills of Cali
fornia , 11 man of colonial
wealth , und principal stockholder
in the Bauk of California. Now , this
btylo of doing things is all the rage ,
and the theatre parties of the week uro
often announced in the columns of the
society papors. This is a sign thut the
practice has boon run into tlio ground ,
and will soon bo dropped , The cause in
not far to seek. Tlio most frequent
theatre- parties of the present time tire
gotten up by the small dancing socie
ties , the Hyacinth , the Uaut Moudo ,
tlio Polyanthus , the linrl , the Mikado
nnd so on , and it sometimes happens
that there are two in the same house on
the same night. They then strive to
outdo each other in loud laughing and
talking , and tlioir behavior is objectionable
tionable- the other patrons of tlio
house. Managers , in eolf-defonco , will
bo compelled to refuse to soil seats for
this purpose , and the public \vill not bo
' KIt.iaiON'8JJONQiiXOTK3 ,
Cornelius Yaudorbllt , ono of the inheritors -
heritors of hundreds of millions robbed
from the people , poses ns a religion
ninn nnd philanthropist , nnd Is nldcd In
Ids wife , nn ultrn-fushloimblo lndy will
nrtlstio aspirations which fintl vent hi
Spanish nrt. Mrs. Cornelius Vnnder
but adores Ralimtudo Mntlrazo's ' paint
itips , nnd ho hns minted the portrait o
Mrs. Cornelius Vnnderbilt , nm'
a very fine picture it is , teeThe
The hnppy pair belong to the
church 01 St. Bartholomew's which hits
recently imported a London preacher o
high reputation , nnd in honor of his
arrival , Mrs. Cornelia Vnndorblit gave
a reception , nt which were present all
thu notabilities of the Episcopal faith.
Rut soiiio wcro absent. Dr. Morgan
Dix , rector of Trinity parish , was not
there ? neither was Dr. Dn Costa , nor
Dr. Hylnnd. Why ? Because they are
considered religious Don Quixolos. Dr.
Dix , in Ills Lenten discourses lust
spring1 , emphatically declared that the
tone and dtoss of modern society women
were too free ; that they provoked a desire -
sire untomporcd by respect ; nnd that
society was not whnt it should be , most
particularly in its treatment of the
rosebudsas thu society press designates
young1 girls of fourteen. Women tried
to answer him , but they only abused
him , and they hired writers to answer
him , but these only intulo malignant in
sinuations. Trinity remains like n
rock , nnd its wealth is nobly used to
stem corruption. Dr. Kylaud is horri
fied nt tlio growing gulf between the
rich and the poor , and hus taken the
side of the poor. When William
II. Vanderbilt died and his will
was admitted to probate , Dr.
Kylund preached n sermon upon
thu . subject and diluted upon
the menace to society of such vast
fortunes , nnd on the impossibility of
their having been acquired by menus
that would bear investigation. Dr.
Do , Costa is on the side of tlio poor also.
Ilia not satisfied witli that , lie has a
special hobby of his own. Ho detents
the Sunday newspaper.
1 > A COSTAS > WIM ) ClU'SADi : .
It is , of course , notorious that there is
among the Methodists u strong tinti-
Sundny paper sentiment. Some years
ago the Now York Tribune dispatched
n score of reporters lo interview all the
parsons of the city , and lenrn their real
sentiments. Now the Methodists are
among thu lirmest bulwarks of. the re
publican party , nnd it was perhaps
hoped by the editor that they would
modify their phrases nnd slur the mat
ter ovori out of deference to the great
party organ. Hut they did nothing of
the kind. They just jumped on the
Sunday paper with both feet , and did
not modify their phrases in any appre
ciable degree. So far from fearing the
republican organ , they threatened it ,
nnd spoke of its obligations to them.
But tlio Episcopalians are not at all
rigid Sabbatarians , and in argument
generally knock the spots out of
their ad'vorsaries , who they claim are
leaving the law of Christ for the law of
Moses , which it displaced a palpably
retrograde movement. The fact that an
Episcopalian minister should have
joined himself to the Sabbatarian forces
is a strange one. but it shows that thu
example of Dr. Morgan Dix is having n
great elleot. If the Episcopalian min
isters turn against wealth and worldli-
ncbs to which hitherto they have been
wedded , they may accomplish great
things. But Sabbatarianism is an issue
that is practically dead , nor can thd
Methodists revive it with all tlioir
efforts , nor with the assistance of all the
Episcopalians to boot. Do Costa calls
the Sunday newspaper nnti-Clmst ,
which is bo'sh. 1 have been a news
paper man for twenty .years , and know
that the publishers have always boon
against it , and the editors , too , but the
public : has compelled them. The read
ers want it , mid the advertisers will
have it. There is not an editor-in-chief
of a big paper who does not insist upon
eauh of his good workers taking a day
elf every week. They must do it to
keep a sharp edge on their wits. It
would bo the greatest relief to him if
they got their day naturally on Sun
day , but as it is , ono takes one ihiy und
another the next , and so on , in the way
most convenient to their departments.
And as events dp not wait upon the leis
ure of mortals , it often happens that
news conies demanding the services of
the particular man who is off for that
day. If there ia an anti-Christ it is not
the Sunday paper , but the public ,
NATIVR AND fOUKIOX AUT.
The Metropolitan Art Museum is
opened this afternoon , but there was a
private view yebtorday for the special
sorrospondents of out "of town papers ,
limited , however , to the picture galleries -
lories ; which are beginning to be of
great importance. Wo have nt length
some old musters of indubitable authen
ticity , and of the highest value. Un
fortunately , these are not the property
of the museum , but hnvo been loaned
for the occasion , dually by Mr. Mnr-
rjuund , who is a true eoniioibtiour. Ho
lias u son who is a professor in Colum
bia , college , and also art critic of the
Commercial Advertiser of this city. Ho
is a very nicu fellow , without any frills ,
and has invariably accepted all the ar
ticles submitted to him on the bubjuct
\ > y competent writers , which has unulu
li'iin exceedingly popular. One of thu
best pictures in his father's collodion
is by the Spanish pain tor Zurbaran ,
one'of the greatest old masters of thu
L'eninsula , equal in force to Spagno-
letlo.fiir superior to him in uhiarosi'uro ,
equal In tlio transparency of his Hhad-
owri to Murilio , but inferior to him in
jcauty of conception , and mobility of
expression. There Is a portrait of n
ittlo girl by Gainsborough , which is
is great IIH anv old master from Itaiv ,
Spain or Holland. The little thing
smiles in n way so bewitching that it
would soften a mnn-oating tiger. And
, here are lundscapas by Constable and
Did Cromo , mid pictures by Tuiiiors ,
Terbtirg.Kran/ , Vuudor Muur , and >
other Ifitllanilor.i of celebrity. This is
really something like. Thoho are such
neliires as a real art lover would buy ,
aid it is a joy to look upon thorn. It is
worth a visit to Now York from Omaha ,
mil if there are any art lovers in your
city of rangu boot and hog packing ,
.hoy had bolter c ( > mo while the lump
lolds out to burn. ' "Wo need not expect
.lint . these will bb"donntcd to the mu
seum. Not mui'hi Mr. Mnrquand up-
irocialos them more than thu general
public , to whom they are taviaro. The
naiiy headed prefer the mil lory where
are the Wolfe pictures , or
, ho cast gallery where one
lads the Senefy pictures , which
iru chiully forgeries of Corot , Dau-
jignv , Houssoau , Troyon , Isaboy , Diax
and Dupre. Meanwhile ono asks whore
the American pict'Mor ) are. Wall there
there is a long corridor between two
galleries , and hero nru u number of
charming wntoii colors by W. T.
Kichards , of Philadelphia. That ifljill.
Are there then no American painters
equal to foreign painters j1 Oh , yosl
Guy. Eastman Johnson , J. G. Brown ,
E. Wood Perry , of the old school , Mool-
lor , Percy Moran , Woldon. Slado , P. I ) .
Millet among the young men are butter
in genre pictures than the majority of
the foreign artists whoso works fetch
such prices. Frank Millet and Eastman
Johnson are in fact men of grout genius ,
and have donomugnillcont work. Prank
Millet will probably bo elected presi
dent of the academy next year. Why
then uro they so slighted ? Well the
dealers make moro money by handling
foreign pictures , und the buyers uro Ig
norant creatures who purchase on the
advice of the deulem , SIGMA Tiiou.
TllKV IjEET TIIK FAHM ,
Uut Stole ttin BullilliiKSi nnd Are Nov
About four months ago a two-story resl
donee , a largo frsmo barn , lion-coop * nnc
corn crib , the proixsrty of D. 8. Estabrook
an oil merchant at Norfolk , in thl.i Mfttowa
stolon. The theft was committed a Don
three months before the owner discovered It ,
The building * wcro located on Estnbrook's
farm , about ten inllos nway , and ho very scl
doni vis I ted the place. UK | > n diftcovorluc
whnt hud transpired , ho suspected that al
was not rlRht , and placed the matter in the
hands of the Oiiinlm branch of the Nebraska
Dotcctlvo association with Instruction * to
look It up , Kcprescntativci from the bureau
hero nt once commenced the ardttouaiinvoati-
( ration , Tbo locality where the buildings
wcro located bore ovldcnco of having boon
visited by a conllnKmtlon. Upon Investigat
ing this it was discovered that the thieves
had constructed a shed on H miniature cenlo
nnd had then sot llro to it. To cover up tlioir
tracks they had pulverized gliisi bottles , for
the purpose of representing the
window panes. The detectives read
ily discovered that the pins *
had not been In that service
and not only this , ho found several of the
necks and bottoms of the bottles that luul
boon overlooked. This told Iho story , or at
least it bccamo conclusive to the detective
thut the buildings hud not boon consumed by
the flames. The nfTulr was quietly worked
up and .vesterday Andrew Anderson , a
wealthy agriculturist residing in the Im
mediate vicinity , was arrested on a warrant
charging him with the larceny of the prop
erty. This was followed up by the arrest of
William Alclnstry , also a farmer residing in
that 'section , but who Is said to bo n dc9 | > erate
character. In addition to this ovldcnco bus
been glcnnoJ that implicates live others , nnd
navises received hero nro to the effect that
their arrests will bo effected to-day. A hired
man in the employ of Mclnstry admitted to
the authorities after the hitter's arrest , thut
ho had hauled eiuht loads of the material for
his employer nnd the latter hud used it to
construct buildings on his farm. It was also
learned that Molnstr.v had used the flooring
In the Kstabrook rcsiaeneo for
a similar purpose for himself , but
that he guvo it a heavy coat
of paint immediately after It was laid. The
farm hand nforc-incntioncd has given up the
Estubrook has announced that he will
prosecute the perpetrators for grand larceny
to the full extent of the law. licports re
ceived from there uro to the olToet Hint gnnil
excitement prevails on account of the promi
nence of the individuals connected with the
In tlio Hud ,
Is It not hotter to nip Consumption ,
the greatest scourge of humanity , in
the bud , than to try to stay its progress
on the brink of the grave. A few doses
ot California's most useful production ,
SANTA ABII2 , the king ol Consump
tion , will relieve , and a thorough treat
ment will cure. Nasal Catarrh , too of
ten the forerunner of consumption , can
bo cured by CALIFORNIA CAT-U-
ClTItli. These remedies are sold and
fully warranted by Goodman Drug Co. ,
at $1 , or throe for $2.50.
Saturday M lK'a Wreck.
It now transpires that Switchman Hub-
l > ard who was the cause of the wreck in the
vardsof the Union I'acilic Saturday night ,
Is the same individual \vlio was nrrosted at
lied Oak , la. , for alU'inpUiif , ' to pass coun
terfeit money about a year ago. Ho was
arraigned before Judge Dundy on the
charge und was acquitted. Ho had been out
5f tlio county jail ono week yesterday. Noth-
ng has been heard of him since the accident
Kngincs 77.f and 9,15 that wow BO badly
wrecked at .Sherman several days ago have
! > een brought here for repairs.
Two now engines from the New York loco-
moll vo works were sent out to Choyouno and
Iwo moro , GOli and CM were received from
the sumo place to-duy.
II. Knoilell , switchman of the Union Pa
cific , has been given a holiday Cliristinastha
first in Boven years , during which time ho
lias been in the employ of tlio Union Pacific.
All tbo general ofllccs of the railroads will
bo closed to-day.
Kcports of : i heavy snow storm prevailing
n the region of tbo Hluclc Hills were re
ceived at the headquarters of the Fremont ,
ICHchorn & Missouri Volley yesterday ,
The rooms % 'acatod by Car Accountant
Marsh , of the Elkhorn will bo. used by the
J. 11. Grilllth , traveling nassongor agent of
the Uurlinglon has returned from Denver.
\V . P. GriOlth of the passenger department
of the Chicago , Hurlington & Quincy is In
.he city and will spend Christmas with
Gcncrel Passonecr and Ticket agent Frances
cos of the Burlington has returned from Chi
Assistant General Manager Mlllen of the
Union Pacific , has returned from Chicago.
Clarence Brown has been given the adver
tising desk of the Union Pacillc , vice Hill
appointed traveling passenger nr < oiit.
The Union Pacillc nnd Burlington depots
were crowded yesteruay morning by people
who were going to various points to spend the
lolidays with friends. An extra ticket
sollur wa * placed in the Burlington ofllco und
.ho Union Pacific through train was licld
thiity-ilvo minutes in order that passengers
night procure tiukuts. The employes of the
on ds state Unit the trafllc is the largest that
t luis ever bocn at this period of the year.
. VITJ" .Sensible "J | iH. "
In Japan the old-school physicians
ire permitted to wear only wooden
swords. This is a gently sarcastic way
of expressing the opinion that they kill
enough people without using weapons ,
3ut the druggist who introduced Dr.
/"iercc's Golden Medical
/ Discovery into
, ho empire carries a line stool blade. It
was found that all who tried this won
derful remedy for coughs , colds , con-
lumptivo tendencies , blood , skin and
Ivor troubles , wore , without exception ,
greatly bonofiUcd. The Mikado him
self is said have "toned ' '
to up' his sys-
.0111 by its-use , and the importer was
.horcforo permitted the exceptional
loner of wearing the sword of the no
Criminal Mutter * .
Mary Wood is charged with mealing a golu
Ing f mm Mr . Annie Carlson of Orchard
till. Mrs. Ciirlnon says the Wood woman
isketl to sec thu ring , unit on gctliig it In
icr possession , skipped with It. The womau
s to bo arrested.
Tom Douglas , while crazed with liquor ,
cat Ed Uoylc. Ho was arrested and lined
Frank Winer , who U said to bo the young
ough who assaulted OfllcerLco with a brick-
at , was nrroHed yesterday morning. Leo
dentillcd him as the guilty party , but Winur
nest earnest y asserts his Innofence.
The familiar face of William Mostyn , u
blcar-oyod , bloated drunkard , whose physl-
al and mental powers are paralyzad by the
nonnous iiuantltios of liquors ho drinks ,
vns seen again in the pence dock yesterday
morning. Jlu was lined l'J.r > U ,
lohn 1'Jantcon , a dry good clerk In the
tore of Mr. ICnnowold on ( Juniing street , wua
rroRtoa yesterday on the ehurgo of stealing
wo half Uollnrs. The prisoner was released
licrtlo Mann was urrustcd for disturbing
ho poacu In a dispute with two of her female
George W. Kopcr , the gonlal secretary of
jononu Passenger nnd Ticket Agent Tib-
itsof tlio Union Paulllo. has been promoted
and has now charge of the local passenger
ervico of that road , vloa Losoy , wlio hoa ro-
lncid to go into business In Now York.
CuT ? . < ! Pfrmnnently. ortjluU Btiun.m ,
JUi. E u d , ; ia. jo , HIT. Tk . iut a ( *
d rtttmitlimla tick ; Uistaf ; oat t ttl cf aV
Jtcoks OU rani m. ; h r. att I. It It llo. . .
FKANJC MOHfiOZ. ruatljrlUl , Dt
Oureil I'ermanently. Orittnil cuttmint ,
1 I8. .0 w 4. J MlO , 1HT. iKSMMltWIIXIira
ao with oU pilni la tick ; In m tour inn nllil
from t . Jtwfe oil ; tlir apilltttlgai 4 ; la ti
cutftlof ( iilu | cs. uoiUCK S. UOtKlUl.
P w Altaay , ladUn * .
Cured rcrninnontlr. tutntt , Uar T , ' T.
17lf ws < SMtlyaaiittdvttkU UkukiiKir n4
MTiril ynr ; owd UauairatU luUauU Mil rU .
Wfi ; u < l et. J ul > i otl. 4i or 4 t/y II.
A. U. O'JBHlMaUAU , r rryoy Ul , fa ,
AT CKcaoun AKO OKALXM ,
niE CHARLES A. VOQELEB CO. , BiUlaort , U4
Running Since 1874 and Never Ha
an Accident ,
Mil. A. I JOHNSON' . A UMOJf 1'ACIKIC KKUINKKII ,
UIVIIR TIIK KII.I.OHlSd IIISTOUV ,
"I have btHiu on the rmil ns nn engineer since
1674. and now Imvw etiKlne No. Wi. Anengl
neer'.i lot Is not ulw Hys a luipp ) one , as lie Is expo
po ( l to all klmls of vuntluT , ami often losing
sleep for Uvo or throw < lus at n tlnit1. Tluti'X
posmo incident lo no bustnej onnsi'il mo to
tnko cold very easy , and as lomr URU as tw ct-o
or tlflecn yenrs I Imrt ironlilu with my nose and
throat. 1 l e symptoms Ixfninu moiv nBitra
vu toil until I tonld stand It no longer. My "OS"
would Mop uji. my t'un > Hinilil rlnp , in.v llinmt
felt ns It it was fuller phlegm and ttltli ovcry
rliango of weather 1 would nave un Increase of
the trouble. I road Dr. .Ionian' * tu es from
ttmo to time ( nscryoti < > dee l , nnd decided
Hint was the plnro logo for rxllef. 1 did MI nnd
was not disappoint oil. Now 1 hrenthe freely
through my no e undernll clrrniiiHtuncos , my
tliront foelH nnturiil. the rlnplup In my OHM has
reused , and u.tlioiiuli In fair lleih before. , I huvo
pilned lu ilie nelglitioiliood of sixteen pounds
In weight Dr. Jordmi's treatment Is mild nnd
eirurthr. and the rc-Hef nnil well Iceltng after
oucb trc.it taunt 111010 thnn bulnncos the Incon
venience iinil expense attpnillnglt. "
Mr. Johnson runldes ut 21 1 > Hurt street.
J. CRESAP MCCOY ,
( Late ot Ilullovne HospltalNow York , )
( I.atuof tlio University of Now Vork City and
lion aril Unlvnrhllvi Washington. D , C.
No. 31O nud 311 Bamaro Building :
Corner Fifteenth and Hurney sts , Omaha , Neb ,
where all curnbla cases are trvutod
Note Dr. Charles M. Jordan lias been resi
dent phyxlcian tor Dr. McCoy , In Omaha , for
thu past year and IH the phyMclnii who has
made tliu cures that hnvo been published
weekly In this paper.
Medical dlsensostreixted skillfully. Consump
tion. Hrlcht's ilineuHe , JjyspeiHlu. KheumiUlim
and all NRUVOU8 D1SKASUS. All diseases tia-
cullnr to the sexca a specialty. UATAltHIl
CONSULTATION nt office or by m.itl , | l.
Olllco hours Ole 11 H. in. , SJtol p.m. , 7 to Up.
in. , Sunday olllce lioura from 'J n. in. , to 1 p. m.
Correspondence receives prompt attontiou.
M anv alKOJiBas tire tiauted siiccehsfnllr by Dr.
Tordon throUKti lira mulls.aud It lutlius po-jslljlo
for tho-.o uiinblo lo makealoiiniey to obtain
BUCCKSHKUr , Hoai'l'l'AL TltliATMUNT AT
ESTABLISHED 1851 ( 186 So.
Chicago , Ills , i ClnrkSt.
Tlifl Regular Old-Estalllshod
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Is still Treating with Ilia Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
- .M.T.T.1" -
Clirouic , Nenrons and Private Diseases ,
JJST-NERVOUS DEBILITY , Lo t Manhood ,
Falling Memory , Exhaustlne Drains , Terrible
Dreami , Head and Back Ache and all the effect !
leadiDK to early decay and perhaps Consumption 01
Insanity , treated scientifically by new methods with
SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin Dla.
caeca permanently cured.
# 3-KlDNEYand URINARYcomplaints.Qleet ,
Gonorrhoea , Stricture , Varicocele and ail dUeasei
of the Gcni to-Urinary Organs cured promptly without
injury to Stomach , Kidneys or oilier Urtans.
OB * No experiments. Ace and experience Im
portant. Consultation free and eacred.
83-Scnd 4 cents postage for Celebrated Works on
Chronic , Nervous and Delicate Diseases.
63"Those contemplating Marriace ( end for Dr.
Clarke's celebrated guide Male and Female , each
15 cents , both 35 cents ( stamps ) . Consult tlie old
Doctor. A friendly Iclter or cell may lave future suffer ,
injf and shame , and add golden years to life. .OS-Boole
"Life's ( Secret ) Errors , " socents ( stamps ) . Mcdicloi
and writings ent everj'whcie , secure from exposure.
Hours , 8 to 8. Sundays 9 In n. Address
F , D. CLARKE , M. D. ,
tOO So. Clark St. , CHICAGO , ILL.
Mini/ men nro unmindful of
thul.tWH oC huuith nud expose
theinselvo.i , to u'l ' kinds uf
ncatliur. Sucli Imprudonao
often results In dniiiti'roui
CouKlii , Colils , C'Ucst I'uinn.
AN Illieiimatliin , Sclntlcu nnd
nllirrpnlnful iillllrlliins. IUCN-
KON'H J-I.AKIKII will bu found
lliu most rcllnule uttorual
EXCITING rcmc'ly known for tlio pruiniit
ruller iinil UUIH ut fcucli nil-
| ] ) uiH . Ukenpsuu a lienltliy
ttovr uf tlio blood when lliu
body IHo&P' ) < 4l < 1 tutliu iiivacui
PRESIDENTIAL orthtiiroilfnrlomiMit vp tlntr.
Cjiruful biiycra will ink lor
UKNSOX'S ri.AHTEllnnil rufuso
Jfhi'nd twi ) rent utiiinpto
Ponliurr A .liilmm > ii , 21 I'liitt
htrt'i't. N. V.i lor u copy of
l.SHTlirCTIOVH KIIIIM TIIK l)0r-
I on. , a vuluublu liuuncuuld
( lRATEFUL-COMrOKTIN ( ! .
"llr a tliorouBU knoiflvdun of tljo nntnrel Inwa
Hliliiiuuverii ihe OornUiunor | ) dlKasllon und nulrl-
'Oii.uiKl ' by n rare in I application ol Ilio Hun proner-
Ici of woll-fculectvil 1'ocxjn , Mr. Kppi hu pniTlileil onr
rrnrfnst Uljlu wltli a ilellcatciy llnvoreil bnrenuia
wlilu1' iuay > are us miiny lieary "lotlor1 bills. His
y tin JiuHclom u e ot HUCI ) iirtlclca of dolt tlmlu
oust tutlonniny be Kriulu lly built up unlll strouu
nouili to resist every tendency to Ul ea . Hun-
I ccl of ubto ! mnlarlleii uro limiting around us reudy
u nttnck wherever them I * n weak point.v uiur
arnpu many a fatal ahull by kcoplnuniimdvit * well
nrtltlcd with puru blood und a pruperly nourished
MadHHliuplywUh bolllnx water or milk. Hold only
n hnllpmmd tlna tirdrorrra Inbolod thum
llomujojmtlnc Cliomlsia ,
iiirnt tlmt they can't cuio
Itliciiiimtisrn nml Neuralgia. Othcra
Bay they uau bill don't. At'.i-lu- '
nho-roi nays nothing but cure * .
flrat'H tht tccrt'l of iU suecctw ,
Yenrn or trial hare proved U to be
a ijutok , Kife , litre cure ,
Cpuooril. N. H Bcpt. S. 1887
In niyownlamll ) AtliloimoriM won usul
as a lut rtjiort , the uwr lurlnfr nulferul
from iwiuiiaU < ui lor juis and liavluu
( mm tr ted for the inrtnw by illllcrr-nl
l > htiildsii > in Uila HUte and lla .
utu wlUioul ovui leaijiortry njlcf.
upon rnrreconimendatlnuaoinxof IKO.
| > lo ha > uu xl thin renitxly vtltli tua uiua
rvjuIUcliliuoafyrH. O.ll. Wiwow.
Mldopliorrx liaa ootiiplet ) yriire < l inn of
nartoua lifiulathtt. and I fral tuauklul for
all tuoffood U lias done tut
Mr . IXWIEE Oiirjmr.
* JGend < > cents for thn Ix-autlfUl oolorcd pic
ture , "Mo < iUli Httldon. "
THEATHLOPhOROS CO , 112 Wall St. N.Y.
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Advurtleluo ; haa olivuya pitiyoa
BuocesafuL llcfoit ) pluclnjf any
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MONlA , UI1KI MATI8M. n < J
nil U'NO OI8KASKS Kecom-
inrndpd for l.n < llo nun gontl -
men by the Medical I'ncnltf
tfrnd fur Illustrated circular.
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IVIU ll L I ly i. ' ' .
Mill's. Seril : rusi'i cured In v n rt ys. Soul
Jl.OO per box , all ilruggUtH. < > r by mull f nun Hi *
cutaJirc.Co M8Wlilti t..N Y. rult niroctloni
potrorfnl CTn > p
i bait Kunrituico of tin txdS
Icnce of tlicao luat f umepto.
( JL'llUMI.K la
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'ZJL/ lollraltliAnd ) lcur u hlK > fflli. klrcUio
ft. d up. M'urtt rft > * pftis
mtcfntl/eurrdlulbrrcnirtnlbM. f r lrj p nphlel4a.ittmb
SANDENEL CTKIOC0.1cuL.s.i.ai.cniCAQOJiJ ]
2O TO 6C DAYS.
This i a dlficnso whinh IUIH hcrotoforo
nil Medical Scioiico.
Wo ! iavr > a Uemeily , unknown tonnyonoln tha
World outsldo orottr Comimny.uml iino that Uai
to euro the most obstinate C.ISHS. Ten dnys In
recent cases ilotM tlie i.ork. 't U thootdchronla
duep seiitod cases n < at w < s solicit. Wo hnvo
cured huiuheds who lime lioen tbnndoncd by
1'hvhlclans. unil protK/unu-d Incu ablo. und w
challenge the World tolirliiK a. ea o that wa
will not cum In loss than Ktv < lnv . ,
Sliieo the hlbtory of medicliiD a trim npoclno
for Svphllti has been boiifht for bn movur
'oymi until our
was dlscoverc.l , nnd wo are jtistlllelln
"t Is the only IlomeUy in the World that will pos-
lively euro , becmiKo the latust Jledlcut Works ,
; > ublli.lieil by the best known authorities , any
-hero was novurntinofineclllo beforu. Onrreni-
edy will euro when overvthlns else has fulled.
Why waste j our tlmo and money with patent
neulclnestlmt never had virtue or doctor with
physicians that cannot euro you , you that liara
tried everything cine uhuuld come v > lu "Jow nnd
sot irarmiuiHiit relief , you never cau K I > Itulso-
where. Mark what wo say. In Hie end vou
must tnki > onr reinodyor NKVKlt recovel and
you that have been iiltllctod but n hnn tuna
should by all moans coioo to us now lot on In
ten of new eaten ever cot pormanuntiv cured ,
Many cot Jivlp apd think they are ficufrom tun
disease , but In one , two or three years after It
npliearnnRnlnlmi moro horrible form ,
This is a Rlood Purifier and will Guru
any Skin or Blood Disease whan
Everything Elbe Fails ,
THE COCK REMEDY CO ,
Room 10 nnd II , U. S. National Hnnlt
1. Omaha , Neb. _
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Rurrorlnc from the nrrorts of youthful fullloi orln
itlkcriitloii.nrnro trontilcd wltli M'cnUno'i. Ncrroui
Dolilllty , Ixxt or Muiuorjr , DiMponilfiicr. Aruralon to
Koclrly.KldnaxTniublu. uruny dlwAmiof tlio liunllw-
llrtnnrr orvniis.uin licrnllnilu unround kpoudy euro.
Clinrgiin rcniiiiiiililo especially t thu IMJOT.
There are tunny troubli-d wltli too fn-onuunt uroo.
unlloni ot tlio tilnilrtcr , oltnn nrniinpnnlod I IT n silent
sinartlimor biirnlim suiiMillon , und wuikoulnuortho
aykUini Inuinnnner llio patient CMIIIIDI iiucount lor ,
On cxnnilnlni ; the urlnnry UupoMU u ri'iiy ncdtiuunt
will otlen-t > u lonnd , nnd RfimiHlines atiinil pnrticlon nC
albumen will nppear , or the color will bo uf u tiilu
mlUimi hue , UKalu Uiniulnu M n ilurK ur tonilil up
penrnnre. There nrn insny men whodlii of tlilidllll
cully , lijiinnint f lliu HUM > , which li the HUCVIIK !
Mnuo or nominal woaknexs. Tlio doctor will fzu&r
Hiititn u perfect cure In all such cusos and n lieulthf
rcftionttlon of the conllO'iiriuurv or HU4 , Connultu *
lion rcn. tuinil lor
Man's Friend , or Guide to Wod'.ock , "
niKK TO AI.U ADIIHKHH
DR. SPINNEY Si CO. ,
N. i : . Cor. Iflth & DoiiKlas Btn , , Oinnlni. or Na
tional IMsnotiBury.cor. ISlh ntid MnlnKtH. . ICitn'
HUM City , Mo. Mention till * pupiir.
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul O'y. '
ThoUcstltouto from Omaha and CouucU
lilufTH ( o
TWO TUAIUa JUILT IIRTWKUN OMAHA AND
Chicago , - AND
St. 1'aul , Hliincripolls , Crdar
Hock IblaiiiU Frccport , llockfonl ,
Clinton , Dubuque , Darcnuuit ,
Madison , JaumHU1 ,
Wliiona , IMI ( 'i'usst- ,
And nil oilier Important polnU Baji , Hortlicml i <
Kortbrounn tlctati , call un lb ticket anout at UCI
aui ( trout , la IJarknr lllgck , or at Uulou
I'ulla.anBlaaptraaniltbaflnfilllllnlurCari la th
orlJaroriinonlli * uata lln. oftu * cLlcavo , Mil.
k a & BL rsul lUllnay , and T r ; altunllou U | > 4li
o patseuiit r > br courmaui uil | 7 > of Iliucurupliu/ .
It. Mil. .
I.Kit , ( loncral Uanaxiir.
J. F. YUCKKn. Atslilaut Uaueral ilanixer.
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