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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; BATUBPAY. OCTOBER 15. 1887.
THE GRAND IODCE ADJOURNS.
And the Pythlnns Festivities tire
Drought to a Oloso.
DEPARTURE OF THE KNIGHTS.
I'rot-nitHtIdii to P.O. C. , John MorrI *
BOII of Lincoln Appropriations
For tin : Coming Ycnr
At 8:30 : o'clock yesterday morning the
grand lodge o [ > oncd in due form , fifty-
two lodges represented , and the pro-
feeding of yesterday were read and ap
On recommendation of the finance
committee the reports of the G. K. of II.
and S. and the G. M. of E. wore ap
On motion all btibordlnato lodged in
debted to the grand lodge were ordered
to pay tip at once.
At 10 o'clock the lodge went into se
cret session , and the ritual work was ex
emplified by , T. S. Shrophire.
A Hpeeial allowance of $ ! WO was made
to 1' . G C. , John Morribon , for extra
expenses during his term as G. C.
On motion of HeprcfcenlativoKdwards
n vote of thanks was tendered J. S.
Shropshire for his edifying exemplifica
tion of the ritual work.
On motion it was decided to hold a
Npccial session immediately after the
adjournment of the regular session for
the purpose of incorporating the grand
lodge under the laws of the state.
Tlio following appropriations were
made for the coming year.
TruvoliiiKexpenses of G. C ; . . . . tfi < Kt 00
Biiliiry of 1C. of U. mid S 600 ( K )
Postage and expenses 150 ( H )
Hep. tux to Supreme Lodge NX ) 00
Printing 400 00
Supplies from Supreme Lodfjo NK ) 00
Manufacture of supplies "DO 00
Mili'ijo ! ( anil pur diem for present ses
sion i 2ilS : . - ,
Onico for G. K. of U. ami S 160 00
Tot nl f-V-'lW < > . " >
The G. C. appointed as committee on
necrology , .1. S. Shrophiro , . ) . K. Smith
and .1. Q. Gosd.
Resolutions of thanks were extended
to 1' . G. G. John Morrison ; to the
knights of Ornahn for their fulfillment
of every pledge made , and to G. K. of
K. and S. , K. E. French for his indefati
gable energy and zeal in the discharge of
Tho. following standing committees
for the coming year wore elected :
Law J. S. Shrophiro , Omaha ; W. S.
Hamilton , Lincoln ; J. Q. ( loss , Bollo-
vuo.State of Order W. K. Copeland ,
Omaha : W. L. Dayton , Lincoln ; Dr. E.
W. Cook. Plattsiiiouth.
Credentials W. C. Lane , Lincoln ;
W. L. Henderson , Croighton ; J. F.
Hallinger , Hastings ,
i Appeals J. Q. Goss , of Tk'llovue : II.
M. liushuell , Lincoln ; A. F. Uorden ,
Foreign correspondence J. W.
Lounsbury , Omaha ; J. G. Jones , Toeum-
boh ; II. F. Downs , Lincoln.
Finance E. S. Oppenheiiner , Grand
Inland ; F. W. Race , Omaha ; E. T.
Roberts , Lincoln.
Special committee on revision and
laws J. S. Shropshire , E. E. French ,
John J. Moncll.
At IS ! o'clock the lodge took a recess
until S ! o'clock.
At the latter hour the session was
called to order but little business being
transacted. At ! ! : . ' ! ( ) o'clock John Q.
Goss , of Bellevue , as the representative
of the members of the grand lodge , in a
neat little speech presented P. G. C. ,
John Morrison , of Lincoln , with a mag
nificent gold headed cane. Mr. Mor
risen accepted the gift with an expres
sion of his gratitude. The lodge was
closed in duo form , the gavel of the G.
C. fell and the twenty-third session of
the Nebraska grand lodge was at an
Im n. Cake'H Poem.
The poem read by Miss Mead , Thurs
day night which will bo fully apprecia
ted by every knight , is as follows :
TIIU KNHHITS Of 1'lTllllS.
( /II//.H II. On/if / , C'lj'i/i'uhfnl I'll ' tlir Author. )
In the vtorlt's told of thu knights ufolil ,
\Vlth their armor bright uml their hearts so
Ixild ; .
With thuhworil mid lancu anil the song ami
Anil the hulU'tt fair of the.su brnvo gallants ;
Uf tliililluiy btveils anil their iliirlnu ; ileeili.
Anil their mottoes taken Horn Clulstlan crceils ;
Of thu thallciiKo KO\O ! that they throw to prove
K illicitly honor tiuo , or a gaugu In love :
Of tla-lr halo of.Mong , uiul their nfemUhlp
How they ever helpeil those. In need aloiiL' ;
Ho the buuu hard wilt us. uiicl thuorld ih.llu.htH
. lu the btoikil fumu uf thu gnuul old knights.
Though the knights of yoio rldo the list nu
And the armors rust that they proudly wore ,
Thiii-o Is knighthood still , and chlvulrlo thrill ,
And thu suord and lanee , but they do not kill.
Jn the leul rites of the I'ythlan Knights ,
IN thu olden eharm that thu bard leeltes ;
And thu inybtlu tin und Its beauties llu
Hid In principles Unit can never dlu.
lliivu you heard It told ? "Its u btory old ,
liroulng Inlghter , gr.iuder as > ears have rolled ,
In tlio Grecian rllme , und 'twas In.tho tlmo
Of King Ulonj-hlttH , king of eilme ,
When his \\lly art \\trn thu henutu's heait
With republic , llbeity to pait.
And them boning down under freedom t > frown ,
To vote Ulimys'us u kingly crow n ;
When noun dated oppose , then bold Onmourose ,
Thu olio patriot , braving fieedom's foes ,
' "Though I stand alone , eiu tliou take the thione ,
DUmjsus , tliou fcliiilt bo rightly known.
Herul tell thee , king , though thu word dot ) ;
Thou ait that heartless , most dreaded thing , "
Jtoyttl Tjiimt "lliiltll" died thu nobles old ,
All illMiw ) til by thu hero's \sonls K > Itold ,
DUmysniH urn ed. Then thu angry cloud
KushlUK o'er his blow , burst In thunders loud
"Srlze and bind him , slaAcal 'Tls u traltoi
Iv At the joyal power ho madly braves. "
Bwlftly Damon Mining , and his dagger hang.
At * U sought thu king , and tiienluAu bhli'ldsrang
Overcome , then bound , with the guaids aroum
Toro the king bravo Damon wai imlikly round
Dlony'sns opuku : "Haste , ye giiaidniuen. Taki
Him to Instant death. Let the CK > S yo niiiko
lie for iiiilu and w oo. ] 'orard ; let us go
Unto wnero a man-Iteo soon shall grow. "
Damon proudly smiled. "Since yo Juilgo s <
I may beg three hours for wife and child ?
K'en u tiger , \\orst of ull brutes , will llrst
Let the victim play ere bho slaku her thirst. "
"Not B moment. Onl" " 1 will give a puwn
And u life make hostagu w hlle 1 am gonu. "
Hut , all pica In vain , llku a fuu'rul train.
They went forth to thu uuclllxlon plain.
As they neared the end , lo ! the gods did bend
V'ulthtul 1' } thlas , Damon's boDom friend.
"Hcarmu uow , O. ktug , and when tlmo thai
The dread mes enger w 1th tlio noiseless w Ing ,
To thy royal bed ; eru tliou join the dead ,
It will ease th ) MW ! If It then ho said
Thou hast merry bhowu. iru : the span ha
Hear thu plea that one day shall bo thine on. .
Sot the ptls'ner Ireo. I w 111 hoitage be ,
I And 'tin but fnar hours 1 usk of thee.
Let him go hU way to his home and say
I The fiiruwell ot love , that must be for ayw.
And when tliou shall learn that the hourly urn
Has run four , unit Damon doth not return ,
Then no court thall try : no uppeiil w 111 I ,
Hut for Pauior , I'ythlas tlieu shall die. "
"It doth pleats me itM , When the urn shall tel
'K'en six hours , for theollu-U' ' heaven or hell.
I.lko n bird 'Alien freed , on the swiftest stecil ,
To hh wife and child did brave Damon sjieed.
Hut two hours were lost ere the rein was tossn
To his wond'rlut ; slave , uud the threshol
Oh , that paitlng scene 1 with their babe hetweei
So embraced they sintered the sorrow keen ,
\VhiU their bossoms btlrred , and the falt'rlu
Only iingeh naW , only nngels heard.
Kpowwe ou'iy thltf , tliat u llng'rlng kiss
HushedtUe bwcvt uube's cry ; thatlU-rllpMr.- *
spirits clung , and their hearts u.-t
And life's saddest word , sorrow , stilled the
Tlio fourth hour died , ind. w Ith haMy Ft rldo ,
He mailed forth to make the returning ride.
Hut l.nrulluV hate , to Innke Damon lute ,
Killed the horse , to have death and disgrace his
Hut n tniv'ler throUKh rtxle R MM 1ft Meed , too ;
And this Damon seized , und w ny he Hew ,
How the shades did run from the yetting Html
Could he yet return ere the hours were done ?
Firm and white his face , Time and Honor nice ,
And ho opurs his cteod to u whirlwind pace.
For the life nt stake ; for his honor's cake ;
As ho rides tlie rece.dlng earth doth shake.
On the echoing height unities the sunshine
I.Ike n fun'rnl pall draw Ing o'er , li night.
And the good steed thrills with tlio thought that
Its doomed rider's heart , anil It dings the hllU
And the vales behind ; llkn the hunter's hind ;
As the mountain toiients leap and wind ,
On UK courxu It ran. It Is mure than man ,
'Tls the gods to sa\e him If they can.
On his . tralnlns eyes like a parndl e ,
Syracuse" fair temples before him tl e ,
And upon thu plain winds thu solemn train
To the crucifixion cross again.
Now It wavers , stands. Now a prls'ner's bands
Are unloo-ed ; a cioss ilses o'er the sands ,
Comes the victim near. Damon pules with fear ,
As hu sees 'tis Pythias. Can they hear ?
All In vain his try , for Hip leaves low sigh ,
And a mocking echo , iiluue reply ,
He devours the way ; will the gods delay
The dread sacrificeAy , the soldier1 * stay
Vor the tyrant's word. Not i < hand Is stirred.
HarkI Among the hills a far sound Is heard !
Then a ringing shout like a battlu rout ;
To the level plain w Hilly rushes out
A foam coveied steed ; and the sweat drops bead
His grim rider's face. Will they hear and heed
II Is appealing cry ? "Hoi hold ! hold ! 'tis I ,
It Is Damon ! 1'jthlas shall not diet"
Keel they turn , they hear ! And they raise a
From tlie cross they take him they now revere.
As joy pints the tluong Damon speeds along ,
I'ntll minor's arms enfold lilendshlp strong.
"Live the ft lends , " Is cried us the tears ate dried ;
And. "his horse henceforth only god's shall
The king asks the cause of the wild applause ,
And lo ! e'en from him faithful friendship draws
A teletitlng mood , " "llete let none Intrude.
Ilrlng the prisoners now. H'en when woman's
I.OVO was ne'er more true , that the world e'er
Ah , for love like this , what would man not do ? "
"Ilrlng them forth , " he said , and the twain were
To the throne , to hear the la t sentence read.
"So yo tame. In time ; jours Is love sublime ,
And shall live lit story und deathless rhyme.
Though to slay a king Is a monstrous thing ,
Yet 'tis lost In praise , so great love doth bring.
Ve shall both go free ; and 1 nsk of thee
That the thlid In friendship the king may bo. "
In this story old , as In leaver of gold ,
Are tHe iltes of I'ythlau Knights enrolled.
First Is lilendshlp true ; then , like gentle dew ,
Falleth charity , and benevolence , too.
And as Damon's ft lend u'en his life did lend ,
So thu I'ythlan friendship knows no end.
F.'en to death , If need. Is their knightly creed ;
And to give ; In doing the noblest deed.
Ilrlght is honor's shield , and the arms they
Are like the e once used on the bloody Held ;
IJut they re symbols now ; uud the vlsor'd
Is to keep "tho Work , " yet f re thought allow ;
And the breast plain show.s th.it to cover woes ,
And protect heatt frleilds.-l-s a debt each owes ;
And thu laucu und sword , when appeal 's
Show how wrong Is mot and the light restoied ;
Covet life's best gift ; save the walls adrllt ,
And misfortune's fallen ones e > r uplift ;
And to seek the home when allllctlons come ;
Of weak , erring faults , let Hut lips be dumb ;
And the lostiegaln ; soothe a brother's pain ;
For thu widows , orphans to e.ue , sustain ;
Seu them schooled and ted ; and to bury thu
i'ldows' , orphans' tears gainered through the
re thu brightest Jewels a moital wears.
'o obey the laws ; In his country's caus
To bo loyal , tine with thu sworn hu draws ;
'me In thought and life , subdnupaity strife ;
I'o lovu truth , his country , his chfldren , wlfo ;
ilu to Milce again what thu world heaulwhen
ho glad heavens opened ; to sound , as then ,
'he ' swi et " 1'eaco on earl hand good will to'ard
.ong the story told of the knights of old ,
'hat has Hied , been loved while thu j ears have
Vnd the story , too , of the tilendshlp true ,
) amen , I'ythlas , grandest the woild e'er knew ,
'hall thu world delight. Vet , In Time's lar
, lko the moon at night ,
1'hey will shine , bu bright.
'loin thu btinllght glory of Pi thlan Knight.
< > ! ' Myrtle.
General W. L. DayUm returned to
incoln yesterday morning.
Colonel E. S. RudclilYe left yesterday
lor his homo in St. Paul.
Colonel M. C. Burkwoll will remain
n the city until Sunday night.
Colonel II. F. Downs , of tlio First regi-
nont , returned homo yesterday.
Colonel J. L. Foiiromer loft over the
Missouri Pacific last night for St. Louis.
Major Charles T. Sleeper , aide to
General Brand , of Illinois , left for Chi-
ago last night.
The Pythian festivities are over , the
visiting knights have departed and the
"lome divisions will now settle down to
Major General James II. Carnuhnn
tvont to Lincoln yesterday , where ho
will bo accorded a formal reception by
the knights of that city.
Knight C. E. Konyon , a prominent
business man of Chicago , is at the Pax-
ton. Twelve years ago Mr. Konyon was
; v resident of this city. Ho will return
It was the intention to hold a special
session of the grand lodge after the ad-
journmontof the regular session for the
purpose of incorporation , but so weary
wore the representatives that the ses
sion was not hold.
If the walls of room 110 , Millurd
hotel , could talk they would disclose
some interesting history of the sii
knights encampment ut Omaha. Thur.v
day night twelve members of the Unv
form Kiuik K. of P. , and none of then
wore of tlio rank and file , assembled it
this room for the purpose of conferring
the Orient degree. This is one of tlu
mohtinteri'sting degrees at all connected
with Pythian work. A condidate win
to have been admitted to this rank , bu
at the appointed time ho turned up- miss
ing. The absence of the applicant did
not interfere in the least with the enjoyment
joymont of the occasion , and the princi
pies of O. M. A. were fully exemplified
as will bo attested by all who purtici
MOUTUA U Y M ATTICnS.
Kauts About Those Who Jluve Do
purtotl This Ml'e.
Mrs. Thomas Tigho died at her lati
residence , Thursday morning at '
o'clock. She was a daughter o
Thomas Ryan , of South Omaha , and i
sister of Mesdumes Patrick and Join
Garvoy , of this city. The funeral wil
lake plaeo this morning at 10 o'clocl
from the corner of Eleventh and Arbo
Allan Lister , a member of the firm o
Lister brothers , died of typhoid fove
at his residence , Twenty-fifth and Dav
ouport. Ho hud been ill for about threi
weeks. The firm of which ho was i
member moved to this city from Min
m'upolis a few months ago and hai
taken un residence hero. The remain
will bo forwarded this evening to th <
early homo of the deceased in Perth
Attorney Julius S. Cooley received
telegram from Louisville last oveniiij
apprising him of the sudden death c
his mother. She was a woman of man ,
noble qualities , and the many friend
of Mr. Cooley will sympathize ) will
hi in in his bereavement. Ho leave
ihls morning for Louisville ,
Frequently accidents occur in th
tousohold which wuises burns , cuts
prains and bruises ; for ttso in sue
" ttbcs Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oi
r.inuinont has for years been the con
Mant favorjle family remedy.
lr. S. R.'PuUcn , Oculist , Boom""sij
buildiuu , Oumbtt , Telephone ft
THE SKAT OF POWER
Found In the Immense Cable House
On Twentieth nnd Hnrney ,
Yesterday morning the Immense
smoke stuck of the now power house of
the Cable Tramway company , at the
corner of Twentieth and Hurncy was
finished , the last brick being laid about
noon. The pile is 160 fcot high and at
the base Is fifteen feet square. Thous
ands of brick have been used In Its con
struction. A BKIJ reporter took a hasty
look through tlio building yesterday
and found It almost in readiness for the
purposes for which it was erected. It
is a spacious strilcturo , being IS'JxHU
feet and nearly sixty feet high. In
the basement arc six boilers
with a ma&slvo cngino weighing with
the lly-wheel of pounds nearly fifty tons
The chambers in which the slack ot the
cables will bo taken up are llnishod and
in these on the wire will run Mack cars
weighted with 8XHI ( pounds. The cables
will enter and leave the building on
Twentieth street. There will bo two
of these , one for each route , and both
will weigh not less than 100.000
pounds. Some of our public
olllcials have been exercised lest the
carting of bitch a weight , oven divided
into two parts would destroy the pave
ments over which it would bo hauled.
This difficulty has been anticipated.
The cable will bo shipped on cars to
Paxton & Gallagher's at Tenth street ,
where it will be run in the rolls made
for beneath the yokes of the road. The
second floor of the building will be used
for the storage of cars and the olficer's
headquarters and the' third floor for
painting and repairs. Since the com
mencement of this work , the company
has expended about six hundred thou
sand dollars. _
Street Hallway Consolidation.
There IK on foot a movement for the
consolidation of all the street railway
lines in Omalin. This will include the
Omaha horse railway , the cable line and
the electric motor lino. This statement
is made on what is regarded as pretty
Mr. Guy C. Barton , who is one of the
principal owners of the horse railway ,
is expected homo from Kuropo in a few
days. Upon his arrival a meeting of
the Omaha Horse Railway company will
bo called to discuss the situation and
arrange for a conference with the other
street railway companies. At ,
this conference the terms of
consolidation , which have already
been discussed and virtually agreed up
on , will bo definitely settled.Vliilo
the franchise of the electric motor line
does not give the direct authority for
horse power , yet the fact remains that a
largo portion of the line will be operated
as a hor.Mj railway.
There are several objects in making
the proposed consolidation.oneo.f whirh
is to get the railways under 0110 man
agement , as this is regarded for the best
interests of all concerned. It is ac
knowledged by the superintendent of
the horse railway company that the line
which Dr. Mercer is laying down on
Fourteenth , Douglas. Twelfth , How
ard and Seventeenth streets , and
running to the northwest quarter
of the city will bo a paying road from
The cable line from Tenth street , up
Dodge , and north on Twentieth covers
the north half of the city , while the line
up Harnoy will accommodate the south
Another object of the consolidation fs
to get a monopoly of all the best streets ,
and then transfer the entire svstom of
Omaha street railways to a Philadelphia
syndicate composed largely of the same
men who own the Philadelphia street
raflways , and who are now gobbling up
those of Chicago as rapidly as possible.
The members of this same syndicate are
thu principal owners of the water gas
company which has bought up the
plants in several of the largest cities of
the country , including Omaha.
It is intimated that the electric line
which is ao rapidly being laid down b.y
Dr. Mercer , is really being built for tlio
Omaha horse railway , and that Frank
Murphy , of the latter company , is the
man who is putting up a largo part of
the money , and when the time arrives
ho and his associates will take it under
The Motor Mite.
A force of men wasyestcrday morning
put to work laying a double track for
the motor line on Webster street west
of Seventeenth. Some weeks , ago , the
company built the first line on the strec1
in question , without permit from the
board of public works. Since that time
it has become a rule that all railwaj
companies must secure a permit before
tearing up the streets for track pur
poses. But no such permission was
granted in this case , and the projector !
suem to think that they are at liberty
to build a second line on the same
terms they laid the first one.
TIIK SHllGKANT'8 HXPIjOITS.
He Captures a AVoll Known and llcs <
Sergeant Moysten made a neat catcl
yesterday morningatan early hour , in IK
less a personage than .Too Coghlan , i
well known "gopher" and cracksman
The sergeant was on a rcconnoisanco ot
California street and just as ho rcachci
a point directly in front of 107 ! ! ho wa
confronted by a lady , wlm
but partiality robed , emerged fron
tlio gate. She breathlessly informci
him that there was a burglar in tin
house. The borgeant had no time \ >
summon aid , and without a moment *
hesitancy drew his gun and ran into th >
yard. IIo was just in the nick of time
for at thatitiatanta man leaped fron
the otion window , but only to find th
imuzio of the courageous sergeant's revolver
volvor staring him in th
face. IIo was handcuffed am
hurried off to the station , when
his identity was discovered. Ho hai
on a close fitting jacket , and were i
jiair of thick solid rubbers , his shoe
being found where ho hai
slipped them oil and pot them aside be
fore entering the house. Ho had
"Knowlton lover , " a jimmy and a buncl
of skeleton keys on his person , and wa
evidently equipped jor a long campaign
HOLDING UP A IIOhUGK-UP.
Johnson , "U'lio Kobbcd Parker th
lload Agent , UroiiRht In ,
L. C , Johnson was brought in froi
Broken Bow by United States Doput ;
Marshal Showaltor yesterday morning
Ho is charged with robbery , in imporfaoii
ating a United States marshal , an
under throats of arrest , oxtractin ,
$1,600 from Parker , the road agent wh
hold up United States Paymaster Bas
near Fort Fottorman last Marcli
On arrival hero ho was taken befor
Commissioner Anderson for an immcdi
ate hoarfng , but not being in readlnes
for trial , the case was continued untj
Monday morning , and in default of $10
bail ho was removed to the jail. Jolui
son .is a great strapping fellow , a typi
I cal frontiersman. Ho runs a < liv
Iand , dance , house in the . vicinlt
| _ of Broken BoKi U U aat ou. ui
prepossessing intllvfdUnV'by nny mcnns ,
still bcnrs the rotnitaMon of n "b-a-d
man. " It IB snitl th Jit-tlio wtUls of his
shnntj * , if they could speak , could toll
sotno thrlllinp ; tales of the enturnnlins
held there by the cowboys , trappers nnd
mountaineers in the halcyon days of the
"ovcrlund trafl. "
A CopartnorfiblR Trouble.
Charles H.Battolle hits commenced suit
nfjalnst David iuidBertWhitneyund Mrs.
Whitney for $2.500 damages. The pe
tition alleges that * on May 1 , 1887 , David
Whitney and Cliarlcs K. Bnttcllo
formed u partnuit < liip tinder the firm
name of Whitney & Dattulle , for the
transaction of a produce buslnuss.
Afterwards Whitney formed another
partnei'r < hip with llert Whitney and
Irs. Whitney for the transaction of
the fritmo kind of businci-H. 13attello
claims that the ilrm of which ho was a
member had built up a Nourishing trade
and that David Whitney purposely
started tlio new Ilrm to prey upon the
old one. and has so succeeded to the
damage of the old linn. Ho further
claims that the linn of Whitney & Co.
have got credit and made collections of
money from parties supposing the two
to bo the same. Battello therefore
ti ks for all monev duo him from the
nnnof Whitney A : Hattello and Whit
ney & Co. , besides the W"ilH ) damages.
The Omaha Hille club have accepted
the resignation of Colonel ( I. V. Henry
as captain , with regrets , and places him
upon the roll of honorary membership.
Dr. Worlcy lias been elected as his suc-
cos-or. When the season at the range
at Hollcvtto closes , the club will continue
its weekly bhoot in a ball in this city ,
for the rental of which arrangements
are now being perfected.
Are you weak and weary , overworked
and tired' : ' Hood's Sarsaparillu is just
the medicine to purify your blood and
give you strength.
The many friends of W. K. Magncr of
the 1'a.ton barber shop will be pleased
to learn that he has recovered from the
ulYucta ot the poisonous spider bite ho
received some days ago. At one time
it was thought his death was imminent.
TillIHIV , tier nuvcr viivle . Amuivd of purl-
. . - , -In until and whoU'-iinieiius . Mom i-i-im-
oiiilcal than tlic nrtllimry kind" , and runnot lie
bold In competition with thu mtilltiulu or low
ru-t hhoit weight alum or phosphate powders.
Bullion ! ) iucimo. Itov.u , HAKIM ; l'o\Mt.ii ) Co. ,
lUii WiillM. , N. Y.
lllnod iioiron ,
\cncrea ! taint ,
Klcc-t ( irlcturc ,
eione , loss of
lesiial powi" ,
wcaknenii o f
tlic leiual or-
f&ns , uunl of
( It sire In uulo
or f e m n 11 ,
youu" or sox-
unl habits In
mature years ,
or any came
Consnltatlon free and etrlctly conf.dcntUl.
WndUluo ent fr from ol > m > r > ntlin t nil parts
of the United SUtes. Correspondence rccci\c
rronipt attention. No Icttcts answered unlcas
occoniiinicil | by four ocnts In taiii. . Stolid lei
cents in Mump * fur pamphlet and Hit of qnettlons.
'It'ras strictly CA ) I. Cull on or kddrc.
HR I'OWICKI , ItlCKVlIS ,
No 314 South l.tlli bt. , OnuUn. Neb.
The Theatrical T'rofrestan.
Merit will win and recc-Ivo public ] recognition and
pralso. Fad , which ara the outcome ot general ex
perience , crowln ; through yenrs of critical anil
practical lest , bccnmn as rooted nnd Immovable at
the reck nt Gibraltar In public opinion , and hence ,
forth need no further cuaran'ic ' m to their grnu
Intntis. Ihelnclt.'jJUtablo feet that Swift's SpcclUo
ta the best blood purifier lu the worlJ , Is one of thesa
Immovabla Gibraltar rocl : facti of whlcli e hava
epokrn , and every day's experience roots this e n-
fiction deeper and decpei lu public opinion , hverr
cU > s uf our people lu America and In Euroix * .
every trade , calling and i > rote Mon , Including Oi
medical profcsilun. linro borne voluntary Intl.
mouy to the rcmarkaulo vlrluei of a. * s. s. and
IU Infallible cffioac-y In curing nil d'dcrn of tlio
blood. ' 1 ucso teitluiuuUls are on flla by thn Ihou-
rands , and open to tun Inipectlon of all. Mow com *
Uniollclted , I wo tlliUusulf hod incnihers of the theat
rical profoitlon , vi ho graUf ully teillfy to the vtonder-
ful cunttlvu fiuiiitlca of the fipcciflc in thilr Indl-
Mdusl cai . Their trstlmonlali nre heruvtlthsub.
imtud to thapublla wllhout further comment let
Iheni speak for IhcinKlvei. The lady l a inemlier of
thefamotii Thalia Thiatre Cotnpam , of New Vi > ik ,
aud fonnsrly of the n ildfnce Tlieatre , Berlin , Oir-
inany.aud of UcVlcLir-aStocIc Company.of Chicago.
J lie eentlem ra Is u writ known nif mber of the MCIT
ViirkThalliThiwtro Company. Both are well known
la theatrical circles lu < thl country aud lu Kurope.
L'harlotlo Ituuilow' Teinliiiony. '
Ntvf yoKK , May S , If87.
Err tft Specific Compacy , Atlanta , Ga. ;
Oentlui n-H\vlnir b en annoyprt with plmplfs.
eruptions and rouchnvMof IUO skin , from ( mil con
dition of my bl.md , for more than a year , I unect a
leading preparation of nattajiarllla and other odMT-
tlied remedlfs to no effect. Then 1 consulted a prom.
larnt physician , and from his treatment received
no benont. 1 then concluded to try the H. B. B. rem.
dy for the blood , and n e or six package * , by a ,
thorough eradication of my trouble ami rritortn *
siioolhueis to my tkln. have made me happy , and
1 ti.hec'rfli".T gl > e yi'U.H-ln ' testimonial for such us *
ud publlvlty ai yuu wlin to make of It.
CHARLOTTE lUKnovr ,
J Buvury , near Coual Street.
Hugo Ilaiskrrl'a Tenlnuiny.
Tbt Swift SpccLRo Company , Atlanta. Go. :
Ocntlcmtn Tor tvto years I had a severe caseot
ciema. I u : " < 1 tarsoai * , sulnhursoaps.and varlen
oWcr remedies , aud vr : ureicrllitdforby number *
of pb/ilclans , but found udrrUcf. At last Idcuv-
mlntd to try thos. 8. S. remedy , anu J viiu or elgat
bottlrs hav * thoroughly relieved me , and luu CK
use this ccrtUicata lu any manner j mi wish.
Hl'Cld IliUltKKI ,
Ur ° ' TluMn
hew York. May
Treatise on Blood and akin Dlceases mailed frca.
Tn Swiri SI-KCIWO Co. ,
Drawer 3. Atlanta. Oa.
Compo.'ltlcn and nrare ! Hooflns.
Agent for Warren's Natural Asphalt Soefinj.
MedAlIlrand2an < t3plr Hearty Uooang.
btrcct , Omaha , Ntti ,
u < ence.Ne < TousIebllltycaii6 ( X
through errors und bud practice * CURED.
THERE NEVER WAS
Placed before the public such a stock of boys' and children's clothing as
we are showing this season. More than one-half of our second floor is
devoted to their display and the prices we have marked them at were
never known in the history of the trade.
We are showing boys' suits , at $1.60 that our competitors say are
cheap at $3.00. They are strong and nice winter suits , plaited and well
For $2.25 we have a splendid fancy cheviot suit , elegantly made up ,
which would be cheap at $4.50.
But the greatest of all bargains is our all wool cassimere suit at
$2.50. This is beyond a doubt as good a suit as was ever offered at
double this price. We placed 25O of them on our counters last week
and had to telegraph for more. We have again all sizes.
In finer grades we show a large variety of silk mixed cassimere chev
iots and worsteds elegantly trimmed and made.
Boys' overcoats we offer from $1.35 for as good a coat as you can
buy elsewhere for $3.00 up to the finest grades of chinchillas and cassi-
meres , which , in style and make , are the product of the most skillful and
artistic cutters and tailors.
All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one price.
Nebraska Clothing Co. ,
Corner Douglas and 14th , Streets , Omaha.
N. W. Corner of 13th and Dodge Streets.
FOIt 'I III : THKAT.MK.ST OF Al.li
CHRONIC and SURGICAL DISEASES ,
Braces , Appliances for Deformities anil Trusses ,
} ! ci > t fHrilltlvs iipptirntup ftnd iimc-dlc * fur sur-crts *
ill tmttnicnt ol > rrry lorin ut ilm'fipu it-qulrlng
Mcilltul or ! UCM | ! | | Trcnttnont.
Forty ncvv runni * for piillentibe ; t | HI-II | , | iirrom-
iiiiKlatliinn In the H ( | .
Wlin K FOH inrui.Aif < nn li'fcirinlllo ) und llrncpn ,
riiih Ft'ct , l-nrMitnit * ot Itit * > plno , Pile * . Tumors ,
Cuitcur , Cntiiriti , HIIUK hlltf , Inlialtillon , KlctlrUlty ,
I'.irul.ii'lr.pllfpHy , KUIm > > . Illnildi'i , lljc , i : r , skin
mul lllooi ] , mid nil ruiitcnl Operations.
HispitMN ofV uu'ii n Specialty.
HOOK ON DI-JKA--1N < ) ! ' UOMKN HIKI'.1
Only Hellnblo MEDICAL INSTITUTE
MAMM ; A SPICIAI.TV or
All Illoiiil ll ) ( . 'iies iiici' "fiillv trenlcd , ! > ) phllltlc
rol ( in rcniovoillroni tlic cj'tomllhout mcicnry.
New lU tumtlvu Treatment tor ] .o < tt of'ltul Power.
I'erbons iiimtiU1 to Tl lt n * inn ) tin trealt'il nt home ,
iv forrc poinlcnio. All ( iiiniuiiiiliulloiiH lontltleullul.
rdtctneM or li ) > itriiinc > nt'4 * cnt b } tuiill ur expiofii ,
opurcl } jiiKbed , no nutrkn to Inilkutu contents ur
lender. One pcnnnnl lnti > r\luw preferred. Cull and
consult us. or i-end bl lory ol jouriuse , and wo Ttlll
eeml In pluln nrupper , uur
BOOK FREE TO MEN !
T'jinii I'rlvuto. Hprchilnnit Nervous DUfH-ef , Somlnnl
wmknc" " , Spcnuutorrliirn , Impolcncj , fplillla ,
( inn < iirliuuircetand ( Vaiicoculc. Addrcso ,
Omaha and Surgical Institute , or
Dr , McMenamy , Cor , 13tli &Doflp Streets ,
OMAHA , N1I1I.
O liiitotlic rapid Krnnlti of Oimilm nnd ourNiic-
cej'Hln ctlocllnir rnrei * . our buMnc t habocijmu > o
liirni. that the old Medlitil liifllnil , ' on l.lth treet and
t'apltol nve.mil1 , < ould not aeiominudate allcomlni :
to in lortrciitiiifiit. W Imvc llicicluie moved Into
our nuw brick building , North v , e t form rot Hth and
Dodiie Mreets , ( inu block ninth of the old Institute
Imlldlni. . itnd liuru notr the. laruetl and inustitmi-
pleti'-MudliHl Inctlliite or lie pltwl In thpni-t. I'orty
newly f urnlbtieil. well nurniou and ventilated looms
fur patient * , thrcu tkllled pliyclclniK ninny In the
tiullilliiK. All kludt ut discuses tieuted in thu most
\Vunmmifnitnro Fnrulenl Uraces for DcformUlP * .
rupte * , Mipporters. l.lectilcal llitttorle * * , and ean
* upply phytiflan * or patients an ) appliance , remedy ,
or Instrument knovtu Cull and consult u tOrmilo
for circular * upon alt MibleclH , nttli II * * ! * * of < | iiestlonit
for patient to ani-ner. 'JhousHiidti treated FtueceftH *
fully b ) correhiiondeiieo. W have Hiiperlor advan
tages and facilities lor treatlnf'UI oiues , porfmmlnr
turiilral oiierallon" , and nnniliie patients nlilcn toiu-
blneil nltn our acknowledged Mlilllt ) , < perlenre ,
r < - pen < Uillll.v and irpiimtlnn should make I he ( JiuuUa
Medieal und MiryUul IiiMllute the nrtcholcu.
i unit bottlcil hy .Muliavolttch , 1'li'tcli
rri Co. , Cllli-lnnatl. O. I'nr t-aln by tint follow-
Inuilralers. HlrliAnlroii DniijCo. , Illukn , Hruce
A. Co.AdlcT A : llellpr. M.Vollstein , Gladstone
llros. V Co. . 1'riink lf Hone , H U ( irotte.
S , S , FELKER , OMAHA , NEB ,
lOfi N. Wtli Stnet.
I'UHK CALIKOKNIA WINKS shlnped direct
from our vineyard. Hleslinc ; , ( iuteilel llurets.
Port , Sherries , etc. Pan Jooe Vutilts , Seventh ,
IMglith , Huu Salvador und William strt'ftH , Sun
Jose , Cullforula.
W UNDEVELOPED PARTS
e > Ut todCDlaiisi and sttsattbined , Full partlo *
Electro-Magnetic Belts !
The Grandest Triumph ol Electric Science
Scientifically Made and Practically Applied.
withKlettric z. BcVSilifle DISEASES CURED WITHOUT MEDICINES.
lluxTOII 1'olni , In thr IlucL , Hip
llliio.l ll ) rnnc . l > ril > .J. vti. , thru IhU brlt Is Jn t what jolt nvetf.
I H HXS SS'S ' WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS.
TRCTIUfilllll C Kveryoiiein.nulntiaiiitus > lir pcrmliulcmc "Your Kin trio licit 111 rtoall
I CO I InlUnlHLw joiuiJlinrorlt. " A. 1'.Connolly. Chlcnaa Jnrer < > < - < -ii > i " 1 rw.-uiiimfndyimr belt for
'nflaminatory ItheuinntUm" O , II. VnlentlnfKendalmlleInJ. " 1 cheerfully rrcoinnipiiil jour tlwtru
HSL-iietlo Ili'lts lar Klilm-y Complaint. Mine lias iirovtj a good lntcttlnent.'r A. K. Flint , llfliron , 1ml.
tHTt'esamrconifortalilu ( Ivvpat nlplit , " Itubt. 1111 , Aldermun , 1C.O K. 33th St. , Xcu Yurk snu thousands of
, it lit iSpnil tfc. vt.'Xlui ) f or p llnlililpt.
H. UrtDUCIC Cl rnTRn UKGUCTIf * RCI T l 'uirrlortnnltolipniirrFntsofplortrlcl. | ) .
Ills nUnnC a CUCwInU IHRaNCIIW DELI ty ronionior iTiUa Mhc\ve -rni .r cte-
slrpt iiroilucfii a rntitlmum * currenttroiiTcriclc'Ctriclty throiiKh thq body ou the ncrvm. Itcuit-n illtii-aflfif
liy Kfii < > r.itlntf ft contlnnntis curn-nt of loctrlclty ( IO or IV hours out of S4) ! ) tbrnuirliout the luiinun ny trin
nlluj Inn all nFrTounni 9lniinfillattly , ami producing anew circulation of the Ilin forces Mm hlooU , Ira-
| i irtiiitf iKor. Mrt-ntlth , energy ncl Iiculth , whi-n all uthor treatment has fulled. The mcrlU of this eokco-
tlllo llflt r hlnir rrcopilnc-d ami lnilor ed liy thousands whom It has cured.
ItKKKItKNCESiny barlr , oiiireis company or wholesale hoiiKO In Chtrao | | wholenale drnpiflitl ,
San Kiniirlm-o niulClilrMIjrSi nit Ktamp/or liapafu IlltlitratFil pnmphlpt.
J. JOH-ITja , Inventor anil Manufacturer , IVI ( Vubaah A > rnur , C'hlro.
RUPTURE , HORNE'S ELECTRO-HAGNETIC BELT-TRUSS.
BDEWEY & , STONE.J
A magnificent display of everything useful and
ornamental in the furniture maker's art ,
at reasonable prices.
Fine Watches SterliiiESilycr
THE CHICAGO AND
Railway Short Line.
And Chicago ,
Tlin only rend to take for les Molne . Murlalllovrn ,
Cedar llapld * . ( 'Union , IliiiMi. Chldi o , .Mllvvuukeu
nnd nil polntk ea t To thu people ot .Nebraska , Colorado
rado , Wyoming , I'tnli , Iduhn , .NuvadH , Oregon , Wiirli *
Iniiton im < l ( 'Hllfornla , It oners nupeJlor iidvuiiUic:3 )
in t po. i le by nny other line.
Among it low ot the numeroin point" of superiority
enjoyed by the patrons of thli road b tweeii Omnhii
anil f'lilcaKii , niii lt 10 trains day of DAV COACH-
K1- , which nru the llneM that human nrt and Inf. . . . nil-
tyeiinerealH. Itsl'AI.ACK ai.KIII'I.NU UAllS.whl.i
Hro iniHipls of comfort und elegance. Its TAIlLUIt
IIIIAWI.M } IIOOM CAUS , iinsurua s l hy any , and
Its widely ci'lcbmleil I'ALA'IIAI. DIMM ) CAlK the
equal uf which umimt lie fiiunil i'I owhcre , At Conn-
til HlulM the trulns ut thii Union I'm. I He Hallway , con
nect lu union ilup t with theme of thu ( Juliaiiii&
NiirthnfKtcrn lly. In Chicago the tnilns uf this llnu
uiako clohu cunnettluu wltli tbosu uf all ulbur cuslern
For Di'lrnlt , Coliunbus , Inillannpolls , Cincinnati ,
. ' , ' , .Montrenl ,
MU'HIU Kails. HulTalo. I'lUsniirv 'loronlo
lluslon , New VorK , rtill dclihl | , ILiltlmoie , Wuili-
Inutoo , aud all points lu the cunt , atK ( uru ticket tlu
" " '
If you wlnh the licut accomiuoilatlon. All ticket agents
. . milling.
K. I' . WIU O.V.
ficnl. 1'uss'r AKC-nt
. . . .
\Veileru Alicnt. City I'as * t. Agent.
Omaha , Nchruska ,
BOYNTON FURNACE CO , .
Sole Manufacturers of
RANGES THEATERS ,
With All MODERN Improvcmoiitu ,
47 and 49 Dearborn St. ,
J. H. ' MANNY , MAIUGER. CHICAGO.
' fen BAI.C n v
Henry E. Cox , Omaha.
[ DTPS FflCE POWDER
valuing their rotiiploxlon Bhoultl iecuroa i
SAMPLE BOX ( GRATIS )
cf the latest Imported and unanluiouily acknowl
edged as tlio Dcfit
FACE POWDER. *
ntmrrfntocrt to bo VT'eotly harmless. Imper
coptlUK1 , clutablo niicl InviMhlo. 1 or halnovery-
. Ask your 'IrtiRslsttor It. PrlcCi ! t&C m.U
CUc p r llor. Tnulotujiiilleil hy
BLAKE. BRUCE & CO. , OMAHA , NEB. ,
J. F. UOYD ft. CO CHIMSO Sola lirpnrterB.
LOTOS FACE POWBlJ.
FOR SALE BY THE FOLLOWING
C K CUODMAN ,
F C'HAN'Or.Klt ,
IIAHN'H 1'HAKMACY ,
F II OK NT ,
I ) . W. SAXK ,
.1. T. KINKLim ,
WM. OLADIHU ,
C. U. STACY ,
.1AMKS FOKSVTH ,
JKSUK ft. UKSMK ,
GUHNKV fc , DAY ,
J H. IMIKM'S ,
w , A. iioKTi-rrncn & co. ,
CONK .t JOHNSON ,
IIUOHKS& SCHMIDT ,
JOHN W , HKI.L ,
C. S. TOHHETT ,
M I'AHU ,
ALMA K. KKITH'S HAIH HAZAAU.
ST. LOUIS , MO. ]
DISK8.BANK COUNTERS ,
BANK , COURTHOUSE ,
OOVEHKM ENT WORK and I
FINE OF MCE FITTINGS.
Best Vork and Lowest Prlcss
Guaranteed. 100 psgs Illuit'd
Tlnssttytrpriiiteilj stntrrm. Eoitag Tg ,
DREXEl7& MAUL ,
( Successors to John 0 , Jitcota. )
iiilcrs and Emk
At thn old Mnml. U07 rarnnm Ht. OrdcrH by tele ,
graph bollcilcd mid | iioinitly | uttendatl to.
Teleiihone No. ! & .
, MtntufTtrlmrfrom l , * al\Jtf r.
discretion ! . txte
> > ? r'athcii A | > ! r4 In I lie h > n < 1s
oflb.lrFoni. ti-K'W Hb
lufcimiallon of Tu to sll mts ,
VAKTON UMItT GO , 19 fuK Plu i Niw Yerfc