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8 THE DAILV HJ& TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 , 184
THE DAILY BEE.
Tuesday Morninc Septi
LOOAL BREVITIES ,
The Soitlh OmftliaixwloffcB wniywlenls
oltnblislisd with Vf. (5. Sloan ni i > oslmaHer.
The WoinnnV Christian AmocUUnn wil
hold their rcgulw mcolliiK this niter
noon , nl past 2 o'clock , In their rooim in th
Thco. .loniM , one of tha bxgRft&crneii n
the ilonot , Is oarrjinir nroiuid n big boll upon
liis tight'liimJ. ' Ho iip It holi n mrin to en
Yesterday In jmlico court , Councilman
Woodnrotlli waived preliminary oxnmlnAtioi
nnd gave bonds In the sum of $500 for his ap
pcAranco before the grand jttry.
Uobcrt Vcrcival , of Cnnncll Walls , yeiler
day inttltntftl suit in the circuit court of the
United Stnlea to recover judgment ftRalns
Otoo county for $0,030 on Ix.rnh Iwuod by the
defendant to the Conceit lilulU & St , Josopl
Altliur M. Itayon mid Walter Hlllj , two
llttlo boy nged ItJ and lj ! year ? , straycfl fron
corner of Seventeenth mid Leiwcnworlhymler
d.i > mornliiR. Anyjnfonnation reRftrdinfj thorn
will ba Rwtofully recolvod by their parent * nl
the alma atldto" .
Tli9 auxiliary Boclfty for the Homo for UIL
I'Viendlofn will meet Wednesday afternoon nt
: i o'clock , nt the recidoncoof Mre. llnntnoor ) ,
1724 Capitol Avenue. A full Ulendanco in
wiuestod n bunlnoid of Inipottiiico will coino
before the meetnifr. Mns. It. STKVI-NS , Hoc.
Saturday menlnjrMr. and Mrs. Kuhn
colehratod their crystal wilding nt their roil ,
ilencc , corner of Thirteenth and Davenport
BtrceU. A largo number of thc'ir frlondu wciu
proiout and the happy eauplo were the icclpl-
outs of many beautiful nnd meful presents.
Sunday nlghtil. Nlcdorwlpsir , who keeps
a grocery store at the corner of Thirtuenlh and
Mftrcy * leeet % lieard a noise In his store and
wont down to BOO what was the matter. J to
aw in the ntoro four folloWH.who had broken n
window. They were frightened oil by liln
appearance and carried with thorn about § 10
worth of KOIuls.
InH&tmday K\onng'a ! HKK a notice wan
piveu that nn oxnroHHinau had been paid nS20
gold piece for n silver dollar. To-day the ex
tironmnan to whom the monby had been paid'
returned the Bamo to thin ofllce. Hlti naino Is
A. ! ' . Anderson , and ho drives wngon No.
The Kan tag conferccco of the A. AI. K
church will convene in thi city Wednesday ,
October 1st , In the A. M. 15. church , corner of
ICIghtconth and Webster streets , There will
be about forty ministers prcncnt , among them
Dr. .1. C. Kmbry , general malinger ot the pub'
licatioiml deiiartmont , of Philadelphia , Pa.
Jlishop John llrown , D. D. , of Washington ,
IX C. will preside.
Sunday morning n irmn who had In
dulged too freely in the nrdont , attumptcd to
balance hinself upon the railing which mir-
inounU the Cnnficld homo * topn. Ha could
not maintain his equilibrium and full over
backwards Htrlklng upon hid head on the ntoiiu
walk below. Ho wan qulto badly xtunnod
and was picked up and cairlcd into the house
but in all right now.
YcHtorday Coroner Mivul was notified
that ik floater had been found tix > n n nand bar
alwvo the water workn. It was found by Win
Taylor nnd Albert Slovens and they reported
the ( tame to the coroner. Ifo went to the
place uwl found the partially decompound
bu < Jof nu infant. It wai wrapped In nn
old apron and could not hnvo bvon more than
in the water. No in-
: i day old \vhon thrown
iiiosl | WAHJiold nnd no cluu bus booa found to
The Homo Circle club held n ir.coling
Today evening lust , nnd elected the following
olHcorH for the onaulng year : J'roaidont , W ,
II. l.atoyicoprcsidont ; , J. AVJ. ( innnon ;
Hi'cri tary , T. W. I'iokuni ; treasurer , B. 1' .
Jlcdman. This club , from the time it Btartod
four years ago , has Btoadlly grown stronger ,
nnd cannot but anticipate n bright future.
During the season of 1881-5 the club Intend
riving n Dories of five parties the first one
taking place October -3d.
"Mons ingratuod to man" was ntriklnfr-
ly manifested in the cano of the two men
named Tuilow who woio nearly milTocntcd nt
3'ttor linos' hotel on Vriilny last. Tliutu two
men were very carefully nttended by n couple
of the loading phyticlairn iu th city who
charged Ilium tbo aum of 810 each for their
cervices. The men who previously had SCO in
the afo drew it out before it could bo reached
by legal process , one of them saying ho would
havobcen better elf if ho had died.
Ono of J. 1' . AndcisonV largo delivery
wugoiw , drown by n upon of black mules was
improvised Into a carryall and ougaaoil in
transporting passengers to nnd from the camp
meeting yoitcrduy nflornoon , mid through the
cwelessnoDi of the driver rnn Into Mr. Frank
-JohiMou'd pony cart , Blinding in front of his
Btoro , No. L'li North Sixtoouth street , ileinnr-
idizlug the cart nnd throwing Air. iTohuxon
out on the curb , bruising him BonnAn usual
iu'uuuh caxes , the driver got out of the way mi
neon ai passlb'.c , Ho In not n fit pcmon to
drivn mien a ripas ho did not HOCIII to know
that ho wan driving on the wrong eicle of the
Htrvet and too near the curb.
Hmoko So al of North GVoliui Tobrc
For Silo. A. lot of froah miloh cows
c lvcs. Apply to 11. 1 * .
' , 2-12-1 Harnoy utrcet , Oniulm ,
A number of cliauLjoi were inado
in the pollca buaitirss of this city Sun
day. Marshal Cummlngs ia bcooiniiiy
pretty well acquainted with the working-
of thubuBintaauoir nndiacnabled tomiko
moves which hitherto ho could not make ,
The day and night men wuro ohaiiged oil
Himdny night. Inntor.d of having n man on
telephone daytlmonnd anothurat night
and a jailor bttidf , the jiilor now attoiuU
to thu vr olu buaiacos uud the telephone
men is put out upon a beat. Jailor Our-
rnan will attend to the busiiit'sa in thu
city jail during thn du ; time and Qfllccr
Tnnibull will oiliciftto at night. Fqr
sotno timn past two raon have been detailed -
tailed to look up thu nuiiancuj around
thu city , Tina brunch of the work unoir
dnnu uway with and the ollicora put upon
benU. Kaoh oflicor ia nov rttiuirud to
'look ufUr the uuleancca upon hi ; beat.
Uwl' ' r thi nor * yttoin every man upon
thu' force in utilized and thcro aru no
"anft Miaps" . Th miwlial BIJH that ho
is riinuing tbo police force n f/ and from
all appearance hu | ire | jjwi to run it i't a
ma'irifi' which will bo r sir un-o nf ytoai
improvement to the pollco fy teru of Uila
Sal of North Carolina Smoking tobac
co is tlio heat.
THE DAY OF ATONEMENT.
The Great Holy Day of the Mite
The Ancient nnd Modern Important
Lord Macauloy , in his essay on Ignntiu
Iiiyol.i , afior roviotvlng the history o
the church of Homo , its vicissitudes nnc
glorious triumph over nil attacks mnd
upon it , compares it to the Great I'yra
mid of Kgypt nf lor tlio nubsidcnco of th
flood , when it stood alononnd unimpairec
amid the wreck of surrounding worlds
His simile may well bo appropriated in a
comparison of Judiasm with other religions
ligions , the return of the Jewish fettiva
of lorn Kipper , the day of Atonement
compelling attention to n subject whicl
all of us nroliablo to forgot.
The history of the Jews is virtually the
true rollox of the history of the human
family. How much of the history of the
world would bo worth remembering
airay from its connection with that pee
plol The call of Abraham , the patri
nrclml history which followed jlho bondage -
ago In Kgypt , the clolivcranso nnd
subsequent wandering in the
Wilderness ; the conquest , iccitpu-
, ion and strange history of the kingdom ;
ho disruption of the state which David
nnd Solomon had so laboriously built up ;
ho dcclino and fall ; the appearance of
Jim who claimed to bo the long prom
sod and looked for Messiah ; the destruc
ion of Jerusalem by Titus , and the final
Isporsion how largely all thcso enter
nto all that wo know or care to know of
lie paatl In fact no higher compliment
an bo paid to Christianity than to say
hat it ia a branch of the powerful tree ,
Ataunsot on the night of the 10th , the
> , G15 now year , according to Jewish cul-
illation , commenced , nnd appropriate
erviccs were held by the Jews of this
ity , ono of the most important events
> oiiig the dedication of the now tornpla
jf Israel , an elegant little structure on
ho corner of Ilarnoy and 'JDrd street.
Vith the festival of the now year began
ho Yoinai ilanoroyim , the season of
elf examination nnd repentance , which
orminatos with Yom Kipper the day of
tenement , which began at sunset last
veiling and terminates at sunset this
veiling , as ordained in Holy Writ.
i'rom oven to oven shall yo celebrate
our Sabbath. The day of ntonomont as
irdalned in the law is the tenth day of
lie seventh month.
TIM ; FOIIM or WOIISHII-
on this day in the tabernacle of Moses
nd afterward in the temple on Mount
loriah waa nn annual repetition of the
olcmn aervico nt the dedication of the
anctum sanctorum by Aaron , the first
igh priest in Israel. After the do-
truction of the altar the form of wor-
hip as it had boon established previously
outside of the tcinplo at Jerusalem , was
) rcscrvcd , without sacrifices , to which
vns added tha reminiscences from temple
orvico and thu narrative of thu nicriliceo
n place thorcof. Still later , when the
acred poets began to enrich the syna-
ague literature with thuir productions ,
arious selections of sacred poems were
dded to the established form of worship ,
'hoae selections nro of rucont dates and
i Heron I in vnrioun rituals. The forma
f worship introduced in our modern
nnplea , of which the Hamburg ritual is
10 oldest , data from and after 1855 , nl-
lough the ploocH are almost nil from the
INKLUCNOK OF TUB DAY.
No day exorcised so universal and ben-
Ticlal an inlluence upon the House of
srnel as the day of Atonement. It has
oat nothing of its Runcity by the progress
nd changes of ages. It ia looked upon
o-day with the snmo reverence and nwo
s in days of yoro. Kow , very few in-
ced , nro the occontrio or frivolous sons
nd daughters in Israel who do not feel
niched and ndmoniihed by the up-
roaoh of this "awful" day. The "eternal
ooplo"a omblo yesterday In its lomplosm
10 palace of its "eternal king" us nu-
norously nnd devoutly ns it did hudrods
nd thousands of years ngo. The Inrm
f the feeling changed , the feeling
self is unchanged , the day it ) ns a\vo-in-
firing its it wus.
The D y of Atonouiont always had nnd
as now the inlluence upon the Israelite
: mt it calls him from the realistic und
ensualiatio every day llfu to nn ideul and
mtomplativo pause. It loads him out of
10 tempeat of the passions , strngnluH ,
icessant anxieties preying upon body
nd soul , into the calm pavilion of solf-
ontomphtion , ideal lifo and God wor-
lip. It Is nn oasis in the wilderness. It
s n bright ray of heaven penetrating the
list of the carnal ntmoaphero.
The local observance , of the day in
imaha was general. Stores were closed ,
11 business suspended and the day ro-
[ > ccted by all , the devout Hocking to the
ariotu places at which they nro nccus-
omcul to worship.
Tlin largest attendance at any of the
neetings , was at the new
TUMrLH Or 1S11AIU. .
Hero n very largo congregation gnth-
red , composed of tome of our leading
Itiv.oiiB. The beautiful tcmplo was bril-
inntly illuminuted nnd thu light n it
hone through the rich , stained ijlass
vindows was u beacon to these who
out-lit the sanctuary along the unnven
> aths of Harnoy ntrci't or through
ho groves from ihu sidu streets and nve-
lues , The now pes which have just
arrived und been put iu place , Imvo
marly nil been taken and the various
nuiilica sat together as in churches , con-
rary to thu custom observed at the
other meetings. It was also noticed that
uiitu u nuuibur of the gentlemen did not
ivnil ( ImmBulveB of the ] ) rivilego alwnys
acuordbd by the Jewish faith of setting
with their ha'a on , nn innovation brought
i\bout by tl'o ' younger representatives of
ho faith in the east. The services began
i\t Sunioi , about 7 o'clock and continued
bout ! ! hours.
At this time , ( ho vestry dour opened
, ml llov. Dr. 11 ur field , accompanied by
libbi Hosunspilz , Mr. J. Oborfoldur ,
irofidont nnd Mr. M. Goldsmith , vice
ircnidont of the society , entered , the firat
lamed taking his place ut the uulpit.with
ho ollicem on his right and left and Hub-
> i Hoacnspitx occupying u space nt the
tft of the ahrlno. Iiiunodiatcly after a
uoludu was pUyt-d upon the organ fol
owed by n prayer by tlio Hov , Mr , liar-
ii'ld ami then a by inn by the choir ,
"Theto Lives a Owl "
The elders , Metsra Brown nnd Kelt
n ur , then entered und tock their places
nt cither ride rf thn ' Iliuuting rabbi und
ttf'or tlio ueutl etoiclu's tock from
i'n ' p'flcj ' within thu thrine , whcro u
was Concealed by A silken curtain , embroidered
broidered with the words ' -Ynhu Ohr ,
( "Lot There bo Light" ; the roll of parchment
mont on which the sncrod books are written
ton and which is also enclosed in a rich !
embroidered silk casing. Then followot
the Kol Nidrol , by Hov. Ilorfiold , am
tlio sacred roll was returned , being ux
posed but once more during the evening
by the curtains being withdrawn. The
remainder of the exorcises were :
Hymn , SerliR , Scollg" by the choir.
1'i'nvr by Itev. llarlidd.
Hymn , "Hear M - Oh l ricl : ' Choir.
1'rayor , "rihoma Israel. "
1 'raver ,
Hymn , " 1'ralso Yo llio Lord. "
.Smnnn , ] ( ev. Hnrlicld.
"rfeclonfo'er.1 ( I'rayerfor the departed. )
Hymn , "What IsMan ? '
Concluding service by the llov. Harficld.
During the "silent devotion" the torn
pie was lilicd by thnancot , nolomti strains
elf the organ , which added to the imprcs
sivoncss of the occasion.
The two rabbi's alone were n drees dif
f crcnt from that of ordinary life , Hov
Dr. Harficld wearing a silk skull cap o
whlto nnd gold nnd n mantle of the same
texture , which ho put on over his black
robes after entering the chancel nnd in
voking deity , Htbhi Kosonspit/ were
the black robes nnd black cap of the
The music was a special feature of the
occasion nnd was very fine , the choir bo
ng under the leadership of Mr. Julius
iloyor and composed ns follows :
Sopranos Mrs. A. lloaowate , Mrs , I.
vutz , Mrs. I. Kichman , nnd Mies Fannie
AltcB lUiss Clara Schlcsingor , Miss
tttn Newman , Mina Stella lloao water
, nd Miss Natalia Sceligson.
Tenors J. S. Fisher , nnd C. Nod.
Base Adolph Meyer.
Miss Minnie Rothschild acted as or-
; anist , nnd was remarkably efficient.
The members of this congregation nro
cnown as Reformed Jews , in contradia-
inction to the orthodox Jews who com-
oao the other congregations in the city.
'hey discard many oi the old customs
nd overlook BOIIIO , just as some of the
3hristiau sects who formerly would not
How music in the church now consider
t no crtmo to have a fine choir , an organ
nd occasionally other instruments. It
i estimated that tlioro are about 1,200
owe in the city and this congregation in-
ludcs the bulk in numbers , wealth and
IN I.YTLF.'fi 1ILOCK.
Tlio Polish Jews , of the congregation
t'nai Israel hold their services in the
trictfy orthodox stylo. The room was
Ividud by calico curtains , the women
olng required to worship separately
rorn the men , though reading the pray-
rs in unison with them , This is to pro-
ont the sight of a pretty face or a manly
orrn from detracting from absolute at-
union to the devotional exorcises. In
tiu women's apartment a score or moro
f wax tapers were burning on n shrine
nd were expected to hold out until the
1 bourn had elapsed. The occupants of
liis department were dressed In uaual
ttlro nnd doomed to leave the burden of
ho business to thn men , who occupied
ho other half of the room beyond the
urtaln. Of the latter many
voro mantles of brown and white or
obos of white nnd kicked their shoos off
oforo they participated in the exorcises.
rha robes were these to bo
rorn by them In their
raves nnd nro presented a bridegroom
I ways by his bride on the wedding dny
nd uro worn every Yom Kipper until
lioy nro worn to the tomb , as on this
ay it is expected that their fnto , for life
r death for the coming year will bo irro-
oaably sealed. Hero the shrine WBH n
lodcst upright case , with two doors
rhich have to bo opened when the parch-
: ont is taken out and above which is the
urtain. In front is a sort of pulpit on
hich lights were burning and around
lis nnd about the room the robed do-
otoes were chanting their prayers in u
igorous manner and without any music ,
rhich is forbidden hero. Hero all were
ate or silk caps , boys as wall as men
nd tlio boys had n good time regardless
f atonement. Somewhat similar to this
looting , though still loss Intelligible to
n outsider , was the mooting of the Hus-
AT rALCOXKIl's HALL ,
clioro , in the third story , they kept up
mir zealous devotion to n late hour.
lore wns the same curtained recess for
10 women , many of whom had their
ttlo babies with them. The nhrino ,
urning tapers , etc. , were similar to thoao
i Lytlo's llall nnd the men robed and in
leir stocking feet. The wimiosva being
oaud nnd the room rather warm , the
ir was not favorable to a prolonged stay
nd there was no now feature in their
lode of worship , understanding being
npossiblo in either p'tico ' except to nn
The survicua in all congregations were
Bcommonced at I ) o'clock this morning
id will continue until ( i p m. , when the
jjoluto fast required in over , and the
easting and rejoicing begins , families
nd relatives uniting lis on Thanksgiving
r Christmas days.
Sunday waa the tenth anniversary of
10 marriage of Mr. and Mrs. John Itos-
cky and their many friends In this city
ad not forgotten it. About sixty of
leir friends gathered at their homo , ! > 10
liokory street mid made merry until an
arly hour this morning. They brought
rith them numerous presents , among
vhich was nn enormous pair
f tin shears , The donor doubtless
iiought that inasmuch aa John was an
ditor ho would need a big pair of shears ,
ut in that ho was mistnkun as John islet
lot that kind of an editor.
Friends away from this city also re
numbered Mr. and Mrs. Hosicky with
joautiful presents , nnd all unite in wish-
ng that they may have many happy re-
urns of the day on which they joined
lands and hearts.
Yesterday afternoon n follow stole n
leak belonging to n friend of "Windy
Job. " Last night Bob wont to thu depot
nd ( found thu man who had done the
toaUng and asked him about the matter.
Vftor a few words they got into a soulllo ,
ut thu fellow got away from Bob and
mi over into thu B. AM , yards Bob
rod two shots ut him hut did not succeed
i stopping him. In the soulllu the fol-
ow lost from his pocket a long piece of
usu , two drills and other pieces of stool.
i is nvidont from the kit which was
omul tlmt ho is u bad onu nnd has boon
ntoteatud in some of the numerous jobs
jf burglary in this city of late. Thu
eels uro now at thu city jiil.
IUTII. lu Itozeumu , Montana , last July ,
Thu dt'cuuted was formerly a retident of
Oiiulri uud of his inauy friends will bo pained
to learn oi hla d
HE TOURNAMENT ,
Tlio Klrst Annrinl Tournament of the
Onialia AVIiPOl Club.
The Omaha Wlioel club will hold it
firat annual tournament October llth
1881. The following circular has boon
THE OMAHA WIIKKt , CI.tMl.
September 13 ! , ISHI.
You nro cordially itnlled to the frnt nnnua
tournament nod paradn of this club , to ba belt
in this city , Saturday , October llth , ISfcHI , n
which there will bo tfven ovcnta , Iieido3 n pa
railo and club drill , m follows :
llnlf.rnllo dnih S2."i Goldini-d.il
One-half iniloracelx-it ( two In throe ) 825 goli
Two-mile race 850 silver cup
Three-mile race S3 < gold medal
Fivo-rnllornco 850 gold modal
Slow llico McJJonnoll Cjclopidia
1'nney riding League pin
Kntnoi 81 00 fur radr event to cloVe Ucto
her 8th , oi > en to amateurs only.
As our track Mill cover fit teen miles of as-
phalttim pavement , our races on the Club' *
now cinder track , the best between Cinclnnat
nnd San Franci'co , and as our prizes speak
for thomst'lvos , we think you will ncknow
Icdgo that our tournament will bo well worth
nttecdinR ; nnd , added to the fact that the club
will do their best toentortain all vinltors , wo
liopo to sco your club well represented.
1'leaso extend thU invitation to the mem-
Ixirs of your club , and inform the nnderslgno i
in regard to the prob.ihle number that will
ntiond. Yours fraternally ,
THK OMAHA wiiKnr , Ci.fii.
Address C. M. WHODMAX , Socrotnry.
Omaha , Is'eb. ,
The committee of arrangement is com-
losod of John ( ! . Hitchcock , captnin ; C.
M. Woodman , oecrotary ; A. X. Buddc.
HKAD'H GHAND AHMY OK THKllRi'irnuc. \
Toledo , Uliin , September 18 , 1881. ) '
[ > ixKn.\r : , OUDKIIS )
No.1. . (
The country at this time ia , being agi-
atod by a great political contest ; nnd
irlnlo it must bo conceded by all that no
lass of cithona have a hihor ; ; right to
rooly express their political opinions and
ako part in the campaign as their con
victions shall dictate , than these tvlio
hrough unsolGah patriotiam wont forth
o save the nation , yet the commandor-
n-chicf deems it his duty to remind
omrados the GrandArmy of the Repub-
ic is atrieHy non-partioau. Oar law upon
his subject ia plain and emphatic , as
"No officer or comrade of the Grand Army
f the Kepublic shall in any manner use the
rganization fur partisan purposes , nnd no
inclusion of partisan questions shall bo per-
nittod at any of its meetings , nor shall uny
nomination for political oliico bo made. " See
Snap. 5 , Art. XI , 11. and 11.
It is therefore earnestly hoped that no
scat will violate this fundamental law of
) ur association by participating in any
political demonstration whatever. .
The wearing of a Grand Army badge
> r uniform at a political mooting is in the
lighcst degree improper , and comrades
hould refrain from ao oiftmding against
ho spirit of our rules and regulations.
By command of JOHN S. KOUNTZ ,
Commander in c hlef.
W. W. AW'OIIK.
Monday morning ns uaual brought
arqo number oi prinonora into police
ourt for trial. Under the now order of
tiinga the regular session of police court
a hold oo early in the morning that it ia
vor before the crowd of spectators got
Phillip Corbit was fined 85 and costs
or being drunk.
Frank Johnson was charged with be-
ig drunk. Ho said that ho had boon
ick and took a couple of drinks of bit-
ON. lie was given a dose of medicine
n the shape of $5 and costs.
William Brown , a "cullud gommon , "
rat ) charged with malting a loud and un-
sual noleo and disturbance of the peace.
Jo was fined § 5 and ccsta.
John Ilart was called and charged with
ntoxication. Ho pleaded guilty and bo-
auao the charge was brought under the
tate law ho was sentenced to five days in
ho county jail.
Maurice Sheen got funny Sunday
nd blow n police whistle just to see ho > r
t would sound. Marshal Cumminga
luard it nnd tool : him in. Ir. puiico
ourt he wai iined SL and c > Mts just to
L'nch him u U'ason. Such thinys cannot
> u allowed in this city was what waa said
< y the judgo. IIo said that Omaha lin ;
lot any lee many policemen , and they
annot bo called oil' their beats for fun.
Alice Pickard filed n complaint against
amea Scott for throwing stonua through
ur windows. He pleaded not guilty and
vas hold for trial.
Joe Graco.n more boywas charged with
linking loud and unusual noise and by
ghting. Joe oaid ho had hit Jim Scott
nit thoucht ho had a right to. The judge
nude it $5 and coats ,
James McO.uiloy nnd Charles Alvord
re partners and Sunday they got drunk
nd Iny down in a vacant lot. Alvord
vakod up and found McAuley's hand in
ils pocket and had him arrested. This
uorning ho refuted to make any com-
ilaint against him and ho was discharged ,
' 'our suspicious chambers were held for
Hoard of I'uuhu Works.
At n meeting of the board of public
ivorks Saturday night the contract for
naking"aprons"for the paved streets was
iwardcd to Charles Gardner , at § 3.-ID
The work of removing the old military
> ridge ia to ba done by Shannon & Co.
it n cost of $103.
llov. Ilr. NiWiiian' Hormon ,
The sermon of llov. J , P , Newman in
ho First M. 12. church Sabbath morning
.vas ouo of the moat remarkable dlacours-
a ever delivered in Omaha , For clear-
less and compactness of statement , and
or vigorous imd manly eloquence it has
lover boon excelled in this city. His
ubjoot waa "Individuality , " embracing
ndivldual responsibility , and in the
iscuislon of his great theme ho hold the
udienco spellbound for ono hour and u
ialf , and nil left with the wish that ho
night continue much longer in his won
urful exposition of his subject.'o have
fton heard Dr. Ken man before
ho most brilliant , refined and
ntolleotual audiences of both Kuropound
\merica but never when ho hold such
jompleto mastery of his theme as in his
norninudUuouri.0 The doctor wil ) luc-
uro iultsv.A.F.fihornll'schurch on Tues-
Jav evuniug. Hi * subject will be. the
'Typical American , " It is the same
eoturo thttt ho ha given to crowded
house * in our largest cities. Among
other things ho discusses with great
power the "rights and duties of foreign
citizins" in a way that has mot the ap
proval of thousands who have listened to
his eloquent words. The church ought to
bo crowded to hour so distinguished a
man nnd so admirable n lecture ,
This powder never v rlM. A in.Mvcl Jji purttv ,
trcnxth anil whoksomencri. lloio eeiioumlcM tlinn
ho ordinary kindsanil cannot bo sjlil lu competition
with the multlluilo ot low test , short weight nlum/ir
liosphato powilcrn. Bold nnlv In CADS ROYAL
IAKINO POWDEU CO. , 100 Wall struct. , N. Y.
COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT ,
Omahk NoliraaVa , lu which | q taught iloublo an
Insloentry Book-keeplnir , Commercial law , Civil
Internment , Uuslrioaa I'r.ioMoo , iVuman lil | > , Kni,1-
ish Grammar , Arithmetic , Heading , Spelling , Or-
cgpouik-ncc , and Short Hand Writing ,
Cornplo'0 Course , ono jcar , ( short hand ex
ccptcd 40 0
Arnplcto Conrpe , one month S 00
; < inv Icto Courcu two months 1600
; oinpkli ) Course , thrco months SO 00
Cadi month theroaltor 500
rilrty l.cajom In rcnraanehip li 03
rho nhave course , ( book-keeping cxcoptod ) one
7ioabo\o course , ( hook-kcup.ii excepted 3.
months . 12 00
Send ( or circular. Adclres
OEO. K UATIinUK , ft n
Southwest corner 15th and Fatniin Sts. , Omaha
The scholastic ) eu coinmoncc-a on tne
First Jeteto in Sejteilicp ,
ho course ot Instruction embraces all the Elemcn
aryr.nd higher hrunrhcs ot a Mniahod education
Itlcrenco ot Uulllon | 1 no nbjtai-lo to tlio odmls-
on ol youne bdica. Vai > tt * are reccUod t any
mo of the yo.ir.
EEKMS PAYABLE DT ADVANCE
ncludlug Hoard , XVashliiK , Tuition In KnRltah ud
reiicb , use ot booka. riano , perEoealonot
Five Months , - - $150.00
EXTRA ClIAnaES-Drawlny , Painting , Oorma
Ian > , Violin , fiuitar and Voail Mmlc.
Hetorcnccs are required from nil persons unknow
o the Institution. For further information apply
bo LADY SUI'i
CLASSES HE-OPEN ON
MONDAY , SEPTEMBER 1
enldca theiulvnrit.i of a eolld Enicliah and Classi
cal education , epccl care u ill bo dcotcd to the
O i © 33L < 0 © 7SJ
AND ALSO TO
iic Banking anfl Commercial
Fl\o now profi'sscru have bcon nddod to tflo faculty
r tills purpose.
jT Vocal Uualc , Orrman and French , optional. 3
NEW HTUDENT.S mutt proiint themselves during
be wick cnilini ; August HI , Iwtufen 0 and VI j. . m. ,
nd the ) rpust l > u re uly to btwd examination to do-
ilo their rank in the course
1'rof. Lambert "ill Klvo ilno noMco for the resump
on of the evening course in Chemlstrj. Tuition
rce Nu distinction on account of creed.
AUK. 19 til thuri eat Ot
vro tlio changes trial , In a tow years , have
taken place in the manufnctura of
mprovement after Improvement has
been nmdo , nntil to-day tlio clothing
ofTorod by Schlank & Prince , 1210
Farnam street , is equal in every
respect to the best
Custom Work !
Vhilo at the Biuno time the lownoea of
price of the line gracla of clothing
they handle ia no ICES astonish-
Intr than the
Perfection of Fit !
AND TUB QUALITY OF
MATERIAL AND MAKE
1210 Farnam Street , 1210
tHMTB * Ilw ' Orttt lid fUM C > ,
mnAu.KiNi > anr FINE wort KIN
fnvy Ifuwjiwry , Lttt r , I'at * * . H , <
PIANOS. ORGANS , R.R. CARS , 4.C.
wjulrvif Htxvmtl tr ( V-iiMi
CLASS , CHINA , do. , &O.
UAMriOTUIIEU OKLT HT71IB
RrSSLUEilENTCO.CIite-tfrMiM. ( (
SAMPLE TIN CAN SENT BY MAIL.2B CTS.
Booths' OvaS Brand
D , B , BEEMEE , Agent , OMAHA , NEB
-LARGEST STOCK OF-
Buy your Fine Bronzed Hardware at Home for
less than Eastern Cities Can Deliver it.
Send for Our 250 Page Catalogue , only one issued in Nehraaska '
ONE HUNDRED VARIETIES
Counter , Hay , Stock and Railroad Track ,
ADOPTED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
Orders for the Indi.iu Department given for Buffalo Scales ex-
jlusivelj' . Scale
1405 Douglas Street , OMAHA. NEBRASKA
GREAT BARGAINS IN"
7isitora to the State and otliora in need of Men's , Boys1 and Children's K.
Clothing , will do well to call on V
The Strictly One Price House in the City
examine- their goods and prices. They carry the largest stock , aiiej
sell lower than any other house in the city. Merchant Tailors
don't fail fee call at
L216. FABNAM ST. 1216
The largest Stock in Omaha anduftlakss the Lowest Pricosi
DRAPERIES AND MIRRORS ,
Jaot received an nasortmont ( ar anrpasslng miyihlng In tills mnthet , comprioln
ho latent and most tasty diwtffns manufactured for this spring's trade and ooveic4
i range of prices from the Cheapest to the most Expensive.
Vovr ready for the inspection of cus- , Complete stock or all the
torners , the newest noveltirs in jn Turccnian , M
Suits nud Odd Piece * . Lnce Curtains , Etc. , Etc.
SSlocant Passengw Elevator to all Floors.
,1208 nut ) 120 Parnniu Rtrwt , OMAHA NEB
-mt f - lerrf f ti > f rii > iifr > f f H' * ' <
103 BRADY ST. , DAVENPORT , IOWA , D. S. A. Eatabllshod 1878 Catarrh ,
Deafness , Lnngaad Norvouo-DisoasonSycodilynudl-ermaueutly Cared , PutJonti
or od at Homo. Write for "Tnu MBDIOAI-MIKHIONAR ? , " for the People ,
nonsnltatlon aiwi Corrospoudonee Oraiii , P. 0. BOT fif ! . Telephone No. 2fi.
HON. EDWARD RUSSELL , Postmaster , Davunnort , Bfty : ' Phyaidan of
ilcu Ability wm Marked Success. " CONGRESSMAN MTJKPHY , Davenport ,
"An tionoraVilf Man. yinoSncpe . "WomU'ifnl OiireH. " Honrn 8 to5.
'es * * JJ .
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