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2 THE OMAHA DAILY BEES MONDAY. OCTOBER 10 , 1887
IN THE FIELD OF SPORT
Omaha's Next Year1 * Ball Team and What
Needs to Bo Done *
THE WAY TO GET GOOD PLAYERS.
Excellent Prospect * Tor the Pcnroso
and llardln Shooting Tournament
Oood Event * for Next Sun
day's Athletic Exhibition.
Omaha'a Next Yc r > Team.
The board of directors of tlio Omaha base
bait club held n meeting the other evening
anil the only business transacted consisted
t : 'of voluminous Instructions to tlio secretary to
open up correspondence , with the vlow of se
curing a niMiaicor tor next season. Perhaps
It might be as well for the Omaha base ball
association .to secure something to manage
before they secure a manaeer. If they think
they are olriK to wait until the opening up
of the season and , then patch up a cheap nlno
from the refuse left by the other associations ,
to represent Omaha on the diamondthoy will
bo badly left. Omaha has had enough of
dultcrs , and tbo great national pastime will
receive tlio cold shoulder next year unless at
least nlno ball players are secured. With
a winning nine this city would
be one of the best paying ball
cities In the country , but wlllr another
miserable aggregation like the one Just
scattered to the four winds , the Investment
will bo a losing one. Now is the time to
beirln to scour the country lor competent
material , just at the close of the season when
the greatest redundance ot the talent Is upon
the market. A few dollars judiciously expended -
ponded now will assure nmple returns. A
good practical man , ono familiar with the
Kftino and tlm exponents of the art through
out the country , should bo engaged at once
, and started out In search of players. It
can't bo done by correspondence. Some man
who knows a ball player from a wooden In
dian should make a tour of the larger cities
ana ball centers and secure tlio bast to bo
bad within the limits of the association's
means. In such an event Omaha would as-
'aurally cut some sort of a fl.uro In next
year's pennant chase , and the gate would be a
veritable bonanza to the stockholders.
Every club management In the country la
now bestlrrlnu' Itself In the pursuit of now
players , and Omaha cannot afford to wait
for a team to come to her ,
Teboau and Smith or the Donvers. Beckley
and liart of the Llncolns , and almost the
entire Topcka team , hav already been taken
by the larger leagues , and many others or
ttio promising young bloods dtvcliped
throughout the western country durinp the
past season are on the lists. Let the Omaha
management consider this gentle mlmonl-
tlon. It will stand them In hand ere another
October rolls around.
Interesting Sporting Gosilp.
BDIck Mutzand Will Townsend banged six
izcn jack snipes In the vicinity 01 Flor
ence yesterday. .
Millions ot crows are roostlne In the scrub
oak woods one mile and a quarter northeaU
of llorseshoo lake.
W. E. Uawley. a prominent boxer of Min
neapolis , ban arrived In the city and intends
lo open a school for athletic purposes.
John Petty , at the recent shoot of tbo Pen-
rene & llaruln Kltlo club , made thu excel
lent scoru of f 1 out of a oossiblc 100 , two
hundred yards off hand.
Uruekor's new sample rooms , "Tho Ant-
lcrs"l'axton court will be the
, , evening head
quarters for the shooters during the coming
Ed Itothory , the popular sporting man , has
contributed & 150 to bo divided into purses to
t3 competed for at the Cuuulnghuui benelit
Ileyn , the artist , made a splendid photo
graphic group of the Omaha base ball team
Just before tnelr disbandtnent , which la on
exhibition at his gallery.
D. A , lionIg , of Chicaco , bought the prom
ising colt , Omaha , Immediately alter winning
the two year old soiling race at Uravesend ,
Wednesday last , paying § 3,500.
Wilbur F. Knapp , the Denver bykor , who
spent most of the summer In this city , was
married on Tuesday last to Miss Essie
Williams , of Lynn , Mass.
The fall shooting tourney at Norfolk
opens on Tuesday , the llth. Messrs. 11 , A.
1'enrosu. Frank Chrysler and George
Ketchum , of this city , will attend.
Frank Parmelro lias Imported n handsome
liver and white English setter from the wvll
known Canton , 111. , konnels. lie is four
years old , thoroughly broken and cost S75.
C. E. Uiliett , of Chicago , with 0. C. Wil
liams , of Missouri Valluy , nre encamped at
Wilson Lake , Iowa. The two guns bagged
eighty-seven teal on Friday atternoon lust.
The management of the Omaha Daso ball
association ate negotiating with last season's
manager of the Newark , N. J. , team with
the view of seeming him for the season of
Billy Kruyg and "Slip" Ilethcrington were
out on the Elkboru Hats yesterday after
ducks. Hetherington killed two wooden de
coys and Krugg got back without getting
Cunningham Is In active training for an
attempt to lower the half mile record at his
benefit on Sunday next. The record Is
1:55 : 'J-0 , but Fred Is confident of breaking it
In his uilud.
At the meeting of the Omaha gun club
next Tuesday evening. Captains Potty and
Peiiroso will chose their men for the approaching
preaching fall hunt. The iimo for the hunt
will also be llxed.
H. A. Penrose and Frank Chrysler were at
Bartlett's lake yesterday. They had a fine
Cay's sport , as tli cold snap drove In the
birds In goodly uumbors. They bagged sov-
entecn mallard , thirty-nine teal and two
Puglllstlcs are again at n lovebbln
Omaha , still the black Star , Tommy Miller
and Patsy O'Leary are hero all ready and
anxious to tight anybody , anyway , for any
thing. Tiicre seems to bu a decided paucity
The cold wava has started thn geese and
ducks , ana all the grounds will bo teeming
with thu birds within the next ten dajs.
Largo numbers of geese were seen tlylu *
oer the city In a northwesterly < i'.ioctlon '
Clarke , who was knocked out by Lindsay on
a sandbar up tlm Ml.ir.oiin ; t couple of months
Bitioe , h.id tl < s ittidaclty to attemut to stand
betors ratsor Kelly in Jernuy City for six
loutids , last Friday night. Kulloy put him to
sleep in tliu litbt round.
O'Leary , placed on the black list by the
Omaha club , will appear before the National
arbitration commliteo at thnir moutlng in
Decembtir with tlm view of having his. disa
bilities removed , lie Is now in Indianapo
lis , the LeuKiio'club of which city is anxious
to sign him tor 1 > 3.
Thn Omaha Gun club shoots close next
Tuesday afternoon. A meeting will be held
in tlio evening for th purpose of computing
Ihuaverages and awarding the prize * . It )
a foregone conclusion that Frank I'artne-
lee , with an average of IB and a fraction will
capture the first honors. John Potty second ,
11. A. 1'enroie third and Will Brewer fourth.
Joe Walsh , Frank Dandle and Dick
Dwyer , of the Omaha base ball team , will
winter In this city. iw > er wlllco into the
mall service on the Union Paul tic. Of the
olCer players , Krehmoyur will leave for
Loulsvlllo In a few days , Messltt Is In Troy ,
N. Y. . liader , llealuy and Geulus In bi.
Louis , Fusxelbach In Haltlmoru , itartbou in
Peorla , and Jantzon In Chicago.
The season's averages of the Lefovnr gun
club were tigurcd up Saturday evening , and
th first prize , a magnificent cold medal , was
awarded to W. E. Nason , with an avurajte ot
7U 710 ; second pruo , a costly hunting suit ,
Frank Chrysler , with an averaguot O'J ; third ,
Will Towiibunil , with 03 , shells and shell-
case , and fourth , Charles Twitchell , with 60.
The Detrolta and St. Louis Browns play
their tirst game ot the world's championship
aeries at St. Louis to-day , and as so ruueli
Interest liaa bet-u awakened tnrmulmut iho
whole country over the result of these strut-
Rica , arrangements have been made at thn
turf pool rooms to bulletin the Raines by in
nings. Kven money Is ollefvd her * that
Detroit wins the scries.
Tlir LefevM Gun club has decided to hold
a fall bunt , the losing side to defray all the
expenses of a grand banqunt. The hunt Im *
been lixed for Saturday , Novumlwrfi. Pen-
rose and llaniln have been steeled to count
the game , which must be all lurried In on the
evening of the 6th , and their decision is to
bo Unal. The banquet Is to be hold on Tues
day yenlnir. November 8 , MrBin . W. K.
MMOII and Dick Merti were elecU-U captains
and lia\e > clioicp thulr men as follows1.
, .Ciiryhler , Small , Prince , Filch ,
Unreels , Chamberlain and S. Clarke. Mertz'
Ride , Towtiseod , Clarke. Ketchum , Fltchctt ,
Stone , Abercromblo and Lewis.
The hrst annual Penroxo A Hardln shoot-
ng tournament , open to the world , begins
nt the fair grounds Tuesday , October
A and continues to the ! 2Stli Inclusive. It
Bonuses to be the biggest and most RUCCOSS-
ittl shooting event over held In the west , and
, ho excellent iimnaitumi'tii are sparing
neither time nor oxputibo to have the most
enthusiastic expectations of the sporting
Fraternity fully realized. They have con
tracted for 1C.OOO llvo birds. Including both
wild and tame plccons and blackbirds , and
liaro already In coop nearly half this num
ber. In addition to the live bird matches ,
[ here will bo matches at artificial birds with
out number. Captain Pen rose Is greatly
elated over the prospective llattcrlng outcome
of the tourney , at ho Is In receipt of many let
ters from the best known shots In the coun
try. Among the distinguished professionals
who will assuredly bo here might bo men
tioned Charles lludd , of DCS Molnes , the
champion trap shot of the world ; C. K. Shel
don of the Lofever Arms company , Syra
cuse. N. Y. : Still , of Now Haven , and
Tucker , of Merldon , Conn , ; Karhart , of
Atchison ; Itttblo , of Aberdeen : liatchelor , of
St. Joe , and Bundle , Tleple , Hill and Uas-
rlght , of Cincinnati ; Fleck , of Orand Island ,
and many others , .
The athletic tourney for the benefit of
Fred Cunningham comes off at the ball park
next Sunday afternoon. Among the local
amateur sprinters , jumpers and all-round
men who will take part In the different
events. E. 8. Washburn , 0. W. Ashlngcr ,
Kmidal , Klmball. Klrby , Urommo and Kauo.
Washburn , who Is very speedy , will go In all
the sprints : Ashlnger will propell his wheel
three-fourths of a mile , while Kendal runs a
half ; Klmball will compete In the hop. step
and jumpand riinnlnebroaajunip.and Klrby ,
Orommu and Kane will go In the various
runs. Kendal will also attempt to beat the
twenty-pound dumb bell record , which Is
4.rX ) . lie has a record of IttiO time with a sU-
teen-pound dumb bell. Among thu well
known professionals who will be here Is D.
E. Fletcher , of Boiton , who will essay to beat
the hltch-and-klck : C. E. Wlnecke. of the
St. Louis Athletic club , sprinter atirl Jumper ,
and an upand up man. Wallace and Twitchell
the sprinters , and Mason , the middle dis
tance runner. The management , however ,
Is admonished before going further
to classify the events , or the tourney
will prove a flat and uninteresting failure.
The Idea of allowing a lot of professionals to
enter In the amateur events is thn heleht ot
absurdity , and It will be found , as history
has so often proved , that when these events
are on the amateurs will turn up missing.
Let there bo a series of purely professional
and amateur competitions , with ono or two
free-for-alls , If It Is necessary , and the pro
gramme will bo satisfactory to both athletes
and the audience. Otherwise the old cry of
( ako and hippodrome will again be heard In
the _ _ _ _ _
LOUISVILLE , Oct. 0. The gamn between
the Louisville and Cincinnati teams to-day
resulted as follows :
Louisville 0 00000000 0
Cincinnati 2 00000000 2
NEW YOIIK , Oct. 9. The game between
the Metropolitan and Brooklyn teams to-day
resulted as follows :
Brooklyn 1 0001000 2
Metropolitan . .0 0003201 0
ST. Louis , Oct. 0. The game between
the at- Louis and Cleveland teams to-day re
sulted as follows :
St. Louis 0 021300 6
Cleveland , 0 100100 2
Stripping thn Thtstle.
NEwYoitK , Oct. 9.-Special | Telegram to
the BKE. I-To-morrow the Thistle will be
stripped of her racing canvas and prepara
tions will he pushed to substitute for her
present rle a jury rig , uudor which she came
over here. When that worn is done she will
start buck unless in tbo meantime a pur
chaser should appear for her , which Is not
probable. It ts believed that she can bo read
ily sold In England , because there she is still
"cock of tbe walk. "
Athletic Heoorclfi Broken.
NEW YOHK , Oct. 0. At the Postlmo
Athletic club to-day W. J. M. Barry broke
the record in throwing the twelve pound
hammer , throwing it 123 feet The previous
record was H5 feet and 7)tf Inches. He also
broke the record of ninety-live feet for a ono
hand throw , throwing 114 feet. Throwing in
Irish style with one turn he covered 130 feet
and 11 Inches , breaking the record nearly
twuniy feet. With one hand , Irish stvle , he
threw ISO feet and 4 Inches. E. A. Jordan
broke the record for a 100 yard run 2 feet
Cinches and 3 feet 0 Inch hurdles. His time
for tbe tirst was 13 4-5 seconds and for the
second the same.
The Yellow Fever In Florida.
WASHINGTON , Oct , 9. The marine hospital
bureau has received a telegram from Deputy
Collector Spencer , at Tampa , Fla. , of which
the following Is a copy : "Twenty-six cases
In all ; two deaths ; questionable as to cause
of death of two : majority of sick convales
cing ; town depopulated and very little ma
terial ; doctors disagree as to whether the
disease is dengue or yellow fever. " Dr.
Stoner , chief of the quarantine division , says
that if It Is dencue there Is no cause tor
alarm nor necessity for a rigid quarantine ,
and If doubt exists it is proper to aot on thn
side of safety.
Ilobort Unrrvtt Talks.
BAI.TIMOIIK , Oct. 0. In an Interview to-day
Robert Uarrett said that after he bad looked
Into the details of various matters he would
be willing and desirous to give an account of
the Baltimore & Ohio company's atfalrs ,
present and perspective , and he hoped It
would bo satisfactory to his friends and the
public. Regarding the published statements
of his heated utterances In a conversation In
New York regarding the sale of the tele
graph property to the Western Union , ho
said he had made no statements to reporters
and the remarks he had seen were badly
garbled versions of a private conversation.
The President' ) * Sunday.
MADISO.V. WIs. , Oct. 9 President and
Mrs. Cleveland have remained In their quar
ters at the Yllas mansion resting for tbo
fatigues of another week of journeying. It
was expected that they would go to church
this morning and a pew In the Episcopal
church was reserved for them , but the heavy ,
threatening skv aud raw , chilly wind , fresh-
laden with spr&y from the lakes , mud in the
unr > 2V d streets and clouds of falling leaves
from every tree-top , were forbidding , while
tbo grate fires in thu parlors were very
Personal Paragraph * .
Mr. M. li. DoYoung , of the San Fran
cisco Chroniolo , uccotupuniml by his
wife , will | iiisd through Omului this
morninir on u trip oast.
Just thirty-six years ago to-day Rabbi
Demon for the lirst time saw light of day.
in honor of this anniversary he wus yoa-
torday presented with a beautiful uold-
heuded oano by K. Solomon , of Plaits-
month. It was appropriately inscribed
and wus greatly ndininul by all who saw
it. Habbi liunson was also Ihu recipient
of many other valuable.
Sneezing Catarrh. .
Thu distressing sneeze , Bnecro , sncoze , tha
ncrld , wutory discharge from the eyes ana
nose , tbo pa'uf ul Inflammation extending to the
throat , tha swelling of the mucona lining ,
causlmr choking sensations , cough , ringing
nolees m the bond and splitting headaches ,
howftimlllar those symptoms are to thousands
whu sutler periodically from bead colds or In-
liuonza , nnd who live la liroomncu of the fact
tint H single npplloation of KANroitD's UAUICAL
Ciiiis roil CATAimil will afford Instantaneous
Hut this treatment In casns of simple Catarrh
Klvos but a faint liloa of what this nmicrty will
do In the cbrnnlo forms , when thebroiithlnir la
obstrnctud by ohokliiK. putrid mucous aoou-
mulntioiiB , the bearlnir atfooted. imoll and taste
ItPce , throat ulcumtcd and huclclntrcoughirrnd-
unity fastening Itself uix > ii tbo dobihtutoU sys
tem. Then ft Is that the marvellous curative
power of S\Nrniiu'8 lUiuiut , Cimr. manifests
teelt In tholiiatnntnncons and trratcful relief.
Cure begins from tbo tirst nnpllcatlon. It fa
raphl , radical , permanenteconomical , info.
S\Ntimii's lt\iiiu.\r , Cuue consists of ono
bottle or the lUuicAi. CD UK , one box CATARIIII.
AI.HOLVKNV uml im l.Mfitov.u INIIAMK : , price
PHTTKR niutu A CireMiou , Ca.ItORTOK.
IT STOI'.S Till } I A1\ .
Achlnjr Muscles , Hack , Hips and
Sidus , Kidney und Utcrlnu I'alns ,
and all I'ftln , Intlnuimatloti , and
Wenknris KMI.IKV.D IN ONK MINII-IK
Hv TUB' UUTIUUIU ANTI-PAIN I'LABTEH. The
tlrat nnd only paln-subduInK pUstor. Now ,
orlirlnal , Insinntanooui , nover-ralllnir. Vastly
fiuporlnr to all otb f pi torn and remodlos for
thp relief of jiuin At all Uruirviata , U cents :
llvr for . (1 OD : or , postatrc tvuo , of I'urr ti
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A BLOW TO THE BACHELORS
Rev , 0. W , Saviclge Delirera a Broadside
Against Unmarried Men ,
MARRIAGE ORDAINED BY GOD.
Eloquent DUconrso by HOT. A. W.
Lisunnr at the Klrat Unptlit
Church on the Hplrlt of
Roy. C. W. Savldgo talked on "Mar-
rifiRo" last evening at the Seward Street
M. E. church , taking the text , "Got her
for mo , for she plcascth mo well. "
My s.ubjcct this evening , enld the
speaker , is "Marrmjro , " and I will ad-
urcss the sermon to bachelors. I have
cotno to the conclusion that something
must bo done with this class of sinners.
I would hardly ndvocuto the policy that
the government has adopted with rcspoot
to the bachelor seals , howuvcr. The gov
ernment sulTurs the killing of only ono
hundred thousand of these animals annu
ally , and this number is taken from the
unmated bachelors. But , jokes aside , I
have conic from your ranks HO lately that
1 think I know what you nood. You
need light you need information.
Tremblingly you stand on thu border of
an unexplored land and you want eonui
traveler to return an 4 toll you the facts ?
My lioart beats In sympathy with you. I
would reach out my hand and help you
over into the land of liculah.
To-day , if men have anything to say on
a subject of importance , they write a
book , or make a speech , or dolivur a ser
mon. I shall do the last named , and you
may call it what you ploaso.
God has given many a sermon on tins
topic. In the first chapter Ho wrote Ho
talks of the right relations of man ami
woman. Some of the most touchmgly
beautiful stories in the Divine Word are
on this very subject of marriage.
Go homo and take down your
grandmother's bible , and read again
God's account of the marriage of Isaac
and Rebukah and Boaz ana Ruth. In
the last book of the bible Christ calls the
church his brido.
Great governments have found it nec
essary to speak out on this subject. The
Roman republic and our own land are
noted examples. This country realizes
that the great perils that threaten us are
those which aim their deadly shafts nt
the marriage altar and the homo circle.
Do any ofyoii know of a tiling more im
portant to all of our highest interests than
right doing in Iho home ? \VhonRobert
Burns pictured the pious homos of Scot
land did ho paint the picture any too
brightly ? Ho says :
"From scenes like these old Scotia's grand
eur springs. "
If all our young men would make good
homes for themselves and then bo true
to those homes , no harm could come
But mon all around us of proper ago
are hesitating to enter the marriage re
lation. Hotels , boarding houses and
private residences , full of unmarried
men and young women going to store ,
ollico and factory , meeting the stern battle -
tlo of life , alone.
Those men try to justify themselves in
a life of celibacy.
Ono says , "i could not got a wife
who has the qualifications I demand or
the presence I admire , " lam sure you
can find some ono as intelli
gent and us good looking as
you , for BOtno of you are not
overly smart and you're homely enough
to turn milk sour.
Anothcrsays : "Women of the present
day are so extravagant I could not sup
port ono. " You ought to read what
Washington Irving says about the wife
of his friend Leslie , coining to the rescue
in the hour of financial ruin. One of the
teachers of our schools said lately , when
asked if she was about to bo married.
"No thank yon , my salary wont admit of
it. " I tell you what is a fact. These
women are fearful that if they marry
they will have to keep you.
Then too , ono says : "It is so danger
ous. " "So many have trouble. " That
is n , fact.Vhen George
Whitfiold's wife died. he said
lie felt greatly relieved , and John Wes
ley's wife tortured him until lie left her.
I am told that a few months ago one of
my bachelor friends in this city entered
the relation , and his wife made it so hot
for him that ho now finds an asylum at
the hotel. I simply say , "Tho exceptions
make the rule. " These things will hap
pen ; there is a possibility of trouble on
every road that runs through this world ,
and aa likely as not , the more fear you
show , the worse you will get it nt last.
Many men say , "I have lost faith in
wonmn. " This comes with n poor grace
from man when he has tried every power
to make woman bad then looking
down at his own work , hn
says "I have lost confidence. " Away
with this foolishness ! Let man treat
woman right and she will bo right. Let
him drag her down aud she becomes a
Another reason why men don't marry
is. they want to start where the old people
ple loive : off. A father said to a young
man not long ago , "You can't keep my
daughter as she is accustomed to live. "
"Oh , wo have arranged that , " said the
young admirer , " 1 am to come and live
with you and when yon and tha old ladv
die wo will start where you leave off. "
Men are novv looking for just
such snaps as that. Mon orrono-
ousiy belluvo that their freedom
will be curtailed. You are greatly mis
taken. You are by no means free now ,
us you will bo when you have a home of
your own. But I toll you , the great rea
son is , you do not know wh t you are
missing neither can any ono toll you.
I notice in the second place , the rea
sons for marriage.
t is a manly thing. That girl is meet
ing life alone. You can help her and
make her happy as a queen , if yon try.
The old bachelor will get very mad over
it , but ho is extremely selfish and moan.
The marriage relation is better for you
in every way. The married man
lives longer and does bettor work while
ho stays hero. Tlio wife is a great help.
A great man says "It is impossible for
me to bu a good man , without a good
woman to help me. "
In your very heart yon long for love
and home and God himsolt put that
longing there. Elizabeth Stuart I'hclphs
says : "The most filial position can not
satisfy the natural man or woman in any
world. " And I baliovo it.
Good men advocate the mar-
ringe relation. Dr. Adam Clark
says : "Marriage is the lirst sac
rament , the oldest means of grace. "
A man ought to bo thankful for a bad
wile she is so much better than none. "
After twenty-eight years ot experience
Faraday siilii : "My marriage was an
uvunt , which more than any oilier , has
contributed to my earthly happiness and
healthy atato of mind. " For forty-six
rears the union continued unbroken , the
love of the old man remaining as fresh ,
earnest and whole-hearted as in the days
of his youth.
James Nasniith , the inventor of tlio
steam hammer , had a similarly happy
experience. Ho siyj : , "Forty-two years
of married life finds us the same devoted
cronies' as we were at thu beginning. "
Dr. Arnold often dwelt upon "Tho
Uacn , " the unbroken , the almost awful
happiness of his domestic life , and ho
carried the lirst feelings of ontlm.iiastic
love and watchful euro through twenty-
two years of wedded life. And Charles
Klngsley wrote to his wife , "People > vho
talk of love ending at the ultnr , are
fools. " No biography of Bishop Gilbert
Haven would bo complete without a
touching account bf pis unchanging and
undying love for "His Mary. "
Old Hickory wns often thought to bo
rough , hut ho HttCr forgot his wife.
The last thing the iron man did
at night was to < road in her book
of Common Praycr'with ; her miniature
before him , and during the day ho wore
her picture over Jiis heart , suspended
from his neck by n strong black cord.
After she had been 'dead fifteen years ,
pointing to her tombiio said , "Her wish
to me Is law. " it
Jush Billings thought well of the rela
tion when ho said : "VMnrry Young , and if
you make a hit , keep still and don't brag
about It. "
But the great clinching argument is :
"Marriage is ordained oFGod. " It is the
the divine arrangement. "A man shall
leave his father and mother and shall
cleave unto his wife" and mark this ,
you can't improve on Go.d'a plan.
If you don't marry , someday you will
die nlono and tlio servants will steal the
very pennies off your eyes , and those
who do not especially love you will fol
low you to the grave and drive homo on
a run to quarrel over what you have lelt.
I will speak briefly of the motives
which should govern you in the choice.
Do not use Sampson's motive. He was
pleased with the appearance of his girl
and married her , but he regretted tlio
step. Not fancy , but sound judgment
should bo yohr guide. Happy marriages
are founded upon respect aud mutual
fitness. They are undertaken with more
clear thought and preparation tiiau
moonshine aud gum-drops.
Bon Franklin said : "Other things being
equal , the eldest daughter ot a largo
family is the best. "
Ask God to help you choose , then use
the best sense you have and go ahead.
The text also points out the manner
of bringing this event about. Samson's
father helped him. but from the result I
advise you to attend to the arrangements
You ought , first , to get ready. Get a
dollar ahead if you can , You'll need it.
But if you have not made n fortune and
don't expect to , ' marry any way.
The other day a man was
married , bought tickets to a
railroad town ten miles distant and had
ten cents left. Said ho to his new wife ,
" Sal , let's have some soda water. "
When such people as that start out , don't
wait , if you have'nt made a fortune. Do
the square thing with everybody whim
you are getting married. Don't ask the
preacher what the bill is , that always
throws n coldness over the meeting.
Have a good size bill folded and enclosed
in an envelope and hand it to the minis
ter with your thanks , and don't give him
less than $5 or ho will forget you. If ho
is an old man , and uoaring the end of his
ministerial career , give him all the
In closing , I would say , make your
married life all it ought to be. The good
or ill fortune of your marriage does not
depend upon tlio day but upon tlio con
duct of the contracting parties.
Bo nman , hustle'aiDund and make a
good living. A wife and six children
can't live on love npd , air.
Do right don't ask your wife to live
either with a bear or'a hog. If she drank
and lay out of doors all night you would
not live with her , dn hour , and people
would applaud you for It , too.
Do not ask yonr wife to leave
you because you are still making a brute
of yourself. , ,
You never know what intemperance is
till it gets into your homo in good
God grant your wife mav never know !
Love your wife and toll hnr so , and
she will work her lingers off for you ,
if need bo , and be an honor to you.
SP1HIT OP TltllB KEL1G1ON.
Eloquent Discourse Yc-torctajr Morn
ing By llcv. tW , Lainnr.
Rev. A. W. Lamar's morning sermon
at the First Baptist chufch was ono of the
most eloquent efforts of that popular
preacher , and those who braved the
threatening weather were more than
repaid. His subject was "Tho Spirit of
True Religion , " the text being "Neither
will I offer burut offerings unto the Lord
ray God of thac which doth cost mo
nothing. " The text and its connections ,
said the speaker , furnish a striking in
sight into the character of God as the
object of true worship and the char
acter of tlio true worshiper. On
the one hand is God , glorious
In holiness , hating iniquity and
punishing wrong , yet forgiv ICE iniquity
aud in the midst of deserved wrath , re
membering mercy. On the other hand ,
David is seen profoundly penitent , ton-
fessing his fin and deploring the consequences
quences to others. At the same time wo
see him exhibiting a magnanimity which
refuses to servo God at the expense of
another. All rulers were accustomed to
take the census of their lighting men.
What , then , was the sin of David thus
doing ? His case was different , because
God was the head of the nation and the
pledge of their security , their power and
their peace. They were promised that if
they were obedient , "they should cat the
fat of the land , " and "one should chase a
thousand and two put ten thousand to
llight. " David himself had been a con.
spicuous example of the fulfillment of
that promise in his conflict with Goliath
on the plains of Elah. His numbering
of his people had a military purpose in it
and was done in a spirit of vain glory
and of declining faith in God. Even
wicked Joab so regarded it and remon
strated with him. But when it was nil
over , David's heart smote him and ho
was ready to say , I have sinned and done
very foolishly. God gave him a choice
between three forms of calamity defeat
in war , pestilence or famine , lie is in a
great strait , and while choosing to fall
into the hands of the Lord , he selects
that punishment under which ho and
his family will be as much exposed as the
poorest of his subjects. God permits
him to build an altar ns a means of pro
pitiation , and when his servant , Araunah ,
makes an offering of the necessary things
for the religious service , David declines
it on principle and -refuses to worship
God at the oxpuuse'of Knottier.
Wo see , first , thallh'p spirit of true re
ligion is the spirit of self-sacrifice. The
religion of Jesus is greatly misconceived.
That was a huge misconception of Mr.
Hume when ho said 'that "Christianity
demanded humllity'/rcuuircd its votaries
to bo mean spirited. " What is this hu
mility against which nMr. Hume prates
when properly considered ? Wo answer ,
it is n judgment of ourselves founded
upon truth. It viowsitsolf in the light of
the highest standard of right and obhtra-
tion. it discards ol ) "comparisons with
all imperfect creatures like itself and
gauges its estimatn ; of self by the uner
ring judgment of Him , ' who cannot err
andwho searches the iheart. Now this
humility enjoined by'Jesus , is found as
sociated and bluudud with the noblest
atributes of character this world has
ever seen. Nowhere can be found in the
world's history men ot mor grand ,
generous , courngous anil lofty impulses
than nre the discoplesof.Jesus Christ , yet
every true disciple of hrsis characterised
by humility. Conspicuous illustrations
of this can bo found in Abraham Lincoln
anil Robert E. Leo. Though David is
hero portrayed before God in deep hu
mility , ho prays for the deliverance of
his subjects from calamity and asks the
Lord that it may fall on him and his
father's house instead of tlu-so sheep that
have dimn no harm , and nt the snmo
time proposes that his service to ( Sod
shrll cost him heavily. A mean-spirited
mini would not have acted that way. Yiit
Mr. HUMID says that tmo roligion.wakos
u man moan > spritcd. !
This spirit of sulf-sacritice involves
obedience to snnromo authority. Law
sometimes runs along the line of a man's
preference and the correspondence of
his acts with the requirements of the law
docs not always prove obodlenco. Law
is not counsel , or request , it is the do-
mana for submission to authority. This
is wonderfully illustrated in Abraham's
obcdionco to the command of God to
offer up Isaac. Upon all the details of
that transaction our minds may linger
with great profit. To a loss obedient
spirit than his skepticism would have
suggested n hundred things ugamst obo-
dloticn. Yet Mr. Htinio says that such
humility as fillua Abraham was moan
Again , true religion Involves thn exor
cise of tlio highest affection. It 13 the
nature of love to seek its expression in
tbe most costly gifts it can bestow.
Imagine n man loving his wife and
yet giving to her as nn ex
pression of Ills love tlio cheapest and
meatiest things he can buy. Notoriously
stingy mnn become lavish towards the
objects of their love. The lover of Jesus
will not ask , "with how little can I servo
my Lord ? "
True religion involves conformity to n
model. Christ is the model. America Is
the model for the nations of the earth as
expressed in a single sentence on. the
statue in Now York harbor , "Liberty
Enlightening the World. " Towering up
in the midst of the ages stands the statue
of Jesus Christ , holding aloft In his right
hand n light to the sons of men. He is
the model , und a single sentence ex
presses it all , "Ho wont about doing
good. " Wo tire to follow his footsteps.
Finally this spirit of self sacrifice Is a
spirit of preparation for a future state.
Christ will come again at the appointed
time , to bo admired of all that love him.
From his throne lib will mutt ) out the re
ward ? of the eternal state. His lips will
utter blessedness upon the redeemed.
Ono clement of tiiat blessedness will bo
in harmony with preceding effort and
suffering. There are endlPSH illustra
tions of this principle. Who rejoices
most in the success of n cause ? lie who
has done nnd suftcred most to bring
it about. It is this principal
that explains the ineffable joy
of a mother over a noble son , in whom
she sees the fruit of her love and care. In
the last great day we shall nee the most
perfect illustration of the principle in
hand. As tlio Redeemer casts his eyes
over the sea of glad faces that no tongue
can number ho will see the travail of his
soul , nnd Calvary aud Gothsomune , once
dark with the mystery of suffering , will
ttmn glow forever with a cloudless light
of love and joy , and the doctrine .of the
text will bo gloriously pictured in the
grandest scene this universe has over
A Minnesota Democratic Senator He-
Jectcrt By Hit * Party Club.
DUI.UTH , Minn. , Oct. 0. ( Special Tele
gram to the HKE.J The Mcsaba U a local
democratic club ot large membership and
much Influence In a political way. Nearly
all the local democrats of good standing or
of .any prominence In party councils are
members and it no doubt controls the demo
cratic policy in Duluth to a very largo extent.
Not all tbe leading democrats are members ,
however , and for the future at least some of
them will bo found lighting that organiza
tion. The membership of the Mesaba club
ana Senator Whltoman , the only democrat
over elected to the legislature from this point
of the state , and who has a tcood deal to say
in party matters , are at loggerheads. While-
man Is a millionaire banker and has lately
been fU'htini : P. H. Kelley and Mike Oorun ,
the political bosses of the democratic party
in the state , nnd dispensers of all the olllcla'l
pap. The JlesaDn has lately been increasing
its membership as well as holding frequent
meetings to prooare for a grnnd descent on
President Cleveland at the tlmn of the lat-
tor'a visit to St. Paul. Senator Whltcman's
name , among others , was presented at one
of the meetings for membership and It has
leaked out that it was rejected. His friends
will probably Join with him In getting back
attiomoof tht ! high moguls for their part In
tbe Insult and there will be war to the knife.
American Affectations of I > lgnlty.
WASHINGTON , Oct. 0. ( Special to the
BEK.I U Is amusing to see the dig
nity which breaks out upon the ordinary
American citizen when ho Is notified that ho
has been appointed to represent the United
States government as consul In some oosciiro
point.1 Gentlemen who have boon so'fortu
nate Immediately proceed to Washington ,
pay their respects to the olllclals ot the state
department , call upon the chier ot the consu
lar service for Instructions and then they
usually Inquire as to the supplies which are
to bo furnished them.Thoy take more interest
In the box of suppllcsjthan they do In all the
restof the baggage which It will bo necessary
for them to carry away.'our correspondent
happened to bo In the stationery room of
the state department > esterday when a re
quisition for the supplies for a small consul
In China came down. It read something like
this : Ton reams ot dispatch paper ; a sup
ply of general stationery , including note
paper an letter paper ; 3,000 envelopes ad
dressed to the department of state and to
collectors of customs ; a supply ot cloth-lined
envelopes , blotting paper , three flags , live ,
twelve and sixteen feet long respectively ;
six balls of silk cord , two dozen rolls of rib
bon , revised statutes ot the United. States
and statutes at lar.e , consular reports.
United States coat of arms and seals , a sup
ply of leadponclls , black and blue , scissors
and shears , sealing wax and gum Arabic ,
copy books , wells and brush. When a
consul or consular agent receives this
box of supplies upon his Induction Into
otllcu hn acts with as much delight as a
mother with n now baby. It Is very likely
that he will make frequent requisitions , KB
his supplies of stationery runs short , that ts
In the lirst year of his experience. After
ward he becomes more careluss. and before
he has represented the government for ono
term he U not particular if ho vaites upon
ordinary tea paper and encloses his com
munication In a common lorulgn envelope.
There am In all about BOO consulates and
consular agencies of the United States which
Imvo to be supplied with stationery. These
numerous offices naturally require a uruat
many thousand reams of papur , hundreds
ot dozens ot lead puticlls , millions ot en
velopes and numberless other llttln things
which come under the general head
of "stationary" every year , and it
requires no small sum to liquidate
the bills of the department under this head.
Although the department takes cure to keep
consuls supplied with flags and coats of arms ,
viiltors to European countries every year re
port that in many Instances the appearance
of the otllcos occupied by United States offi
cials Is such as to make every American
ashamed of his govern uiont , bomehow our
representatives have a habit of selecting
diniry rooms and of allowing their surround
ing lo become shabby nnd unpleasant to look
upon. In nine cases out of ten the Stars nnd
rtlrlpes seem to float above the consulate as
though the old Hair , too , feels thn niggardli
ness of the appropriations committee.
Conferred the I'allftim.
PORTLAND. Ore. . Oct. 0. To-dav Cardinal
Gibbons conferred the pallium on Arch
bishop Gross , of this city. The ceremony
took place in St. Mary's cathedral , which
was packuU to Its utmost extent. Clergy were
present from all parts of the country. The
cardinal preached a sermon of unusual power
Ilnck From tlio Arctic.
SAN KUANCISCO , Oct. 0. The revenue cut
ter Uicbord Hush arrived from the Arctic to
day via Victoria. During the .season bho ha ;
seized twelve sealing schooners with a total
of nearly 7,000 sklna. Thn Uiisulan author
ities' have seized three coalers on the Siberian
coast , ono American , ono lirltUh and thu
third nationality unknown.
Salvation Oil should bo the companion
f every traveling man. It oxlingnislies
pain , whether resulting from u out , u
burn , n bruise or a sprain. "
Clialieor says : "For gold in phisino is
a cordial , " For all that aiittur from
hoarseness , cold in tlio chest , lung trou
ble , or bronchitis. Dr. Hull's Cough
l'phisiku. " Price 35
Syrup is. golden .
NEBRASKA CITY'S AWAKENING
Otoa County's Metropolis Making Eapid
Strides to Railroad Greatness ,
WHAT THE NEW BRIDGE MEANS.
Kxtoimtro Cnr nmt Mnoliluo Shops to
Do Unlit lly the lltirlliiRtoii
Ilond The Ijanit Al-
Nebraska City And thn Railroad * .
NKMRASKA CIIY , Xob. , Oct. 9. [ Corre
spondence of the BKK. | No doubt the great
railroad center of Nebraska will always re
main at Omaha , but there are strong reasons
for bellovlnir that the point next to Importance
tanceIn the not 'distant future wilt be Ne
braska City. The railroad rumors that are
bound to materialise In the Interest of this
city are flying thick Just now , and the city Is
piomlsod great things in this respect In the
year to come. Thu most substantial rumor ,
and the ono promising most , strange to say ,
comes from its old friend the II. it M. A
prominent gentleman whoso name Is upon
the "Q" payroll for a good round salary , told
the Bin : that that road had treat thlnao In
store for this city. Ho Intimated that the
great bridge being built across the river hero
by that road meant mow than slmplv to ac
commodate the branch from Kud
Oak. Ho said that at n meet
ing of tlm oOlelnls of the "Q > F synlom
at Chicago icccntly the subject was discussed
at great leiiuth and the conclusion reached
that a linn should bo built from this city to
Sterling , Neb. , and maklnz connections with
their own line at DoVltt , thus saving them
between forty and sixty miles of road and
over easy grades. It Is then their Intention
of using this toad as their through line to
Denver the shortest and best of any be
tween these two points. Tlio important ro-
Htilts for Nenrnska City , which would neces
sarily come from this move on the part of the
"Q. , are very evident , as it Is their Inten
tion to inMto this their main Missouri river
point aud have all the new U. & M. lines ,
which are being built aud projected through
the west and through the great grain , rattle
and mining country of the northwest , load
directly to Nebraska City as an objective
point. Extensive car and machine siiops
will be built hero and the future of Nebraska
City as a great railroad center seems assured.
When thu moss was so thick upon the back of
Nebraska City that there was not another
railroad with courage enough to dig through
It , the I ! , k M. came to Its relief , and now
promises to keep ahead and assist the city In
its ambitious strides toward railroad great
ness.A Missouri Pacific official was next seen in
roeard to the intentions of his road toward
Nebraska Cltv. When asked what they In
tended doing with the fifteen acres of land
bought , adjoining the cltv. ho gave the very
pleasing information that they were going to
' 'use It , " Outside rumor has It that the piece
of ground would be covered with railroad
and car shops within the next two years.
While this Is not ofllclal , yet there are any
number of men ready to "bank" all they are
worth upon the rumor. The new branch at
Weeping Water Is completed , and the official
said the road by the way of Nebraska City
would be used as the main line bv about the
15th of thu present month , provided thu road
bed was found to be solid enough. There was
some delay on their extension from Talmago
to Crete on account ot laek of material , but
work was again resumed thn past week , nnd
the grading will be finished by the middle of
November , though It Is doubtful If the road
will bo completed before next spring. It Is
stated from official sources that by next jcar
the main line of this toad to Omaha would
be considerably shortened bv utilizing the
old survey , which branches oil from Union ,
a new station between this city and Weening
Water , and build to Omaha by the way of
The most recent and Interesting railroad
rumor reaches hern from Lincoln of the In
corporation of the Lincoln , Kcd Oak & Des
Molnes railroad company with acnpltal stock
of 81,000,000. Uy some this .scheme Is be
lieved to ho backed up by the Chicago &
Northwestern , which road has Interested
itself in thu old Diagonal , It being presumed
that the Diagonal survey Iroln Dos Alolnes to
Ked Oak would bo used by thn Northwestern ,
and then build throuiih to Lincoln by thu way
ot Nebraska City. Hut by oth'-rs this Idea Is
scouted and the more feasible one advanced
that the scheme is an extension of the liock
Island , ns several surveys have been made
uy < hisroad over the proposed route of the
Lincoln , lied Oak & Des Molnos. Thu most
recent survey was mude from Carson , Iowa ,
by the way of Malvorn and to Kast Nebraska
City. Whatever the scheme may bf , It will
be of undoubted Interest to Nebraska Cltv.
Besides all the above roads which Ne
braska Citv is figuring on , the Wabash has
Its grade stakes set from Shtmandoah nnd
this pinco. The Fremont , Klkhorn & Mis
souri Valley l.s looking anxiously this way.
Thu windy corporation , the Omaha South
ern , has been talking business In a playful
way , and a few others are mentioned , so that
if one-fourth of the rumors .should become
realized certainties Nebraska City will have
bergood share of railroads.
The handsome passenger depot ot the Mis
souri Paclllc now beliu built hero will bo
finished and occupied by next week. For a
freight depot the company has purchased the
largo brick structure which was erected
several years ago for a barbed wire factory.
Broken Dow Items.
IlnoKEX How , Nob. , Oct. 9. | Corre
spondence of the BKK. | Uroken How Is to
have a canning factory and there U strong
talk of having waterworks here In the near
future. The foundation Is being laid for the
Odd Fellows' hall and the opera block is
being treated to Its first coat ot plaster this
week. A uother elevator IM going up , a thing
thn community Is very much In need of.
Them was some slight error In the school
housn bond election and the whole proceed
ings had to He gone over again. The second
eleotlon took place last evening and the
bonds were voted by a largo majorlry. Now
that It Is settled , It is to bo hoped that tlm
worl ; will be commenced at once , for the
building Is needed very badly.
Mrs. J. L. Leavltt , wlfeof the cashier of
the First National hank , returned last week
troiu a four months' visit at her old home in
Mr. aud Mrs. C. & . Wilkinson are spend
ing this week in Lincoln.
O. P. Pearler , of the First National bank ,
nnd family uro visiting their old home In
Gcorcn Frnnoix Trnlti'H
CHICAGO , Oct , ! . ( leorgo Francis Train
delivered u lecture to a small audience at
thfl Princosss theatre on the west sldo this
afternoon for thu benefit of the condemned
anarchists , whom ho Is here to release from
piison. Moat of the lectures If literally ru-
| H > rted , would read like a nightmare , BO dis
jointed was It ,
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