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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEi < % ONDAY. MAY 25. 1801.
WHEN WAR IS TO BE BLESSED ,
Ctrtfa That Secures Peace and Freedom as
an Outcome Is Honored.
OR , nURYEA TO THE OLD SOLDIERS ,
AiHlross to Hie Vet-
Jr. Crime Also Tnlks
of the KcMilta of the
The pews nearest the pulpit of the First
Congregational church were all occupied by
pld soldiers yesterday morning. Dr. Duryea ,
the pastor , had previously announced tbat ho
Vrouid preach o sermon to the old veterans ,
find a npccl.il Invitation had boon issued ui
them. Nearly ono hundred nnd fifty took
hdvnntaco of the opportunity , aud Just us the
last church boll was ringing they tiled
through the doors of the church and took
Dr. Duryea , who , by the way , participated
In the war of tbo rebellion , not ns n soldier ,
but as a toady nnd willing worker , adminis
tering to tUo many wants of the sick ,
\vounded and dying , chose for lit * text the
Words : "Uo Is a minister of Oed to thee for
good. Ho bearotb not the sword In vain. "
The doctor explained the significance of
Memorial day , suyinp : "Wcro it not for the
custom the sentiment might cease , but ns it
is the day will not only survive this genera
tion , but it will bo n dsy that wl'l ' bo cotrso-
crated to future generations. "
In spcalclng of the war of the rebellion ho
Bald : ' 'It is said that wo ought not to con-
teraplnU ) war. Some people have said that
war Is an evil , nnd that wo should lot the
past bury the past , forpot the strife and
iho times when hearts nnd hands were lifted
niralnst nno another. Will this make men
moro neighborly i Will It make men bettor
citizens ! If it is so , such an occasion as
Memorial day is unwarranted nnd ought not
to bo repeated. But 1 think wo would
do well to remember our civil war.
Vfo should remember Memorial day , the
temple and the house of Uod.
"That war was necessary. It wrought for
u n long peace , and If i > caco can only ba
obtained by war , then let us take the trumpet
and sound the war cry- The civil war was
in the interest of peace , but nt what an
nwful costl It cost not only enormous sums
of money , but It caused mothers itnd fathers
t mourn their sons , wives thflr husoiinds ,
end life-long suffering to thousands upon
"Have you read tbo history of the 100-
year war } Have you read the history of
the peace that followed I If you have then
you must realize that , wo have gained much
by the long period of peauo that followed
oiir short civil war.
"It was the will of Him who inndo us that
wo should complete oursulvcs. Wo tind the
Taw material of man \\omanhoodandit
becomes us to raako ourselves. In this con
nection let mo s.iy that when the people llrst
rarao hero they found nothing but the coun
try the raw material They went to work
nnd huro In the west you will find more self-
inndo men than In any plnco in tbo world.
"Man , when ho began , was but llttlo nbovo
the animals of the field nnd but llttlo below
the angels ; ho was not self controlling and
when ho saw anything that ho wanted , ho
took It , Just because ho had the power. Ho
Bolzod the weaker ono by the throat and
wrested away his property , simply because
bo was stronger.
"Go back , far Into history , stand on the
vcrv brink und look Into the twilight of cro.i-
tlon , and you will llnrt that men wnro
Ulto children , taklug any and
everything they wanted. This was the
spirit of war. Had this continued there
would have been no ono on the narth today ,
because the strong would havn exterminated
the weak , and so It would have gone on until
tbo strong would have died off. But It was
not so Intended , for tbcro was someone there
to take off the strong before they could
destroy tbo weak.
"The strong arm of the parent will not
strlko the child unless It is necessary. There
Is a llttlo kingdom in which there is a known
power. The parent has the strength but ho
lias to kooti iho peace , but shuold ho promise
not to strike then there would bo an eternal
"Children prow up and marry. Their
fathers , sons nnd wives form a llttlo iclng-
dom , but should one member of this king-
dom lay hands on another member , then
then Ihero Is a fight , a war , but
it is settled. as the whole tribe
is a sponsor for each member.
The nation can cause the wrongdoer to do
right , and by that act it is keeping peace ,
nnd without pcico the families cannot live
side bv sido.
"WJth civilization came thinkers , and
. ere was otto man who understood the make-
UD of mankind. That man was Julius Ciosar.
Ho said the nations should have nn umpire ,
and thoumplro should bo Homo. Ho went to
war and conquered , but nl what n cost. It
cost money nnd men ; it mails widows nna
orphans. Wur continued. In Uethelem
there was born that prmco of peace , and then
the new ago began. Homo attempted to
do too much. It sent out its governors , who
were uphold by the legions , but ns the le
gions wcro not with the people Homo went to
pieces , nnd then came up another , the pope ,
who legislated so wisely that the now system
bccnmo the system of all nations.
"Thero cauio a time when the release of
tbo slaves was demanded. War followed ,
but slavery was not the only occasion for
that war. South Carolina had gone out of
the union. She bad taken fort Sampler.
Lincoln 1-nid that It must bo given back , and
you nil know the result. Thls.was In accord-
nuco with the provisions of tbo constitution.
"In Kngland they have 110 written consti
tution , only as it is Interpreted by the
supreme courts , and you can Imagine the
trouble they have , as you all know what n
BUpromu court can do when it has au oppor
"This government Is not for war , as U has
n standing army of only -5,000 men , who are
ted and kept to scare Indians. Hut in Europe
they have 4,000,000 men constantly In the
ranks , sapping the wealth from the country.
See the difference. With our small nrmv ,
wo are not afraid of the whole
world , for wo have an ocean , and If the worst
should coino to worse , wo could turn our flsn-
inir smacks into a navy. Not only this , wo
have a standing reserve In the Grand Army
of the Republic , and a coming power m their
eons. , .
' To the brothers In the south , I say that I
orn glad that we boat you Into everlasting
cussudness , us the short war on this conti
nent meant n long peace , and , God granting ,
mi everlasting peace. "
Dr. Crane' * * bermon.
George Crook post , Grand Army of the
Kepubllc , anil George Crook cauip , Sons of
Veterans , attended dlvino service in a body
nt Sownrd street Methodist church yesterday
monimg. About twonty.flvo members of
each organization were present. The church
had boon appropriately decorated with large
flags suspended from the rafters and the
altar was prottlly draped with the stars and
Btrlpos and ( lowers.
Uov. H. A. Crnno preached the sermon , the
text cbosen bolnc Deuteronomy lv. , 33 : "Did
over people hear the volco of God speaking ,
out of the midst of tbo fire , as thou hast
board , and live ! "
The speaker began by quoting the words
of Maslllon nt tbo funeral of Prince do Condo :
' There Is none great but God. " Ho contin
ued by referring to the fact that
a notion once moro bowed in alnccro sorrow
over her great sepulchre. -
"With honest pride's worthy gratitude she t
rehearsed the horoio deeds of her long (1st ( of
great names , and her longer list of unknown
but not uuhonorcd sons. Tbo bravo men
who fought for their country's liberty must
close up ttclr serried ranks nnd draw closer
together today , binco you last called the roll ,
Sherman , with whom some of you inarched
to the sea , has led a great army of bluecoaU
down to the river whore strife , ceases and
earthly honors are naught. "
lioforrlng to the array of empty sleeves and
crippled forms before bun , the reverend
speaker asked : "What of the restl What
of your comrades wno fought by your sides 1"
The desolate homes , peopled by widows who
mount the long lost husbands and the orphans
'who cry for the ( ton tbnt will novcr return
were pictured , nnjl the speaker dwelt briefly
upon the awful carnage of war nod the death-
brooding prisons In n hlch thousands had
given up their lives.
Ho continued : "And then I turn ma to a
nation , the most prosperous under the tun
to nrlslntr generation , falling heir to an In-
bcrltanco of freedom , unencumbered by tbo
prlco of a ilngta slave1 , and exclaim. 'Did ever
people hcnr the volco of Uod speaking out of
tliu inldit of the flro. aa thou host heard and
live ! "
Aftar instancing tbo nny In which Uod
has spoken to nations , both ancient nnd
modern , lie said that God hud spoken to us
as pcuplo In a manner as peculiar as Ho
spake to the Jews.
"It was from the last fires of persecution ,
ni from n burning bush , that Ho called us
to a fair land where religion should flourish ,
xvhoro liberty should dwell In safety nnd
whore the great problem of republican gov
ernment uould bo cuternally solved. "
The speaker referred to the Instances
whcro God had spoken to this nation from
the fire , In the case of tbo revolutionary war ,
the savage warfare and later the war of the
Slavery had gone , ho said , but what of the
wrongs which remain I Of these ho instanced
Moruiouiim and the sooial agitations which
uro threatening iho land. Ho referred to the
sacrifice which the defenders of the country
had made , ana wnnieil tbo people th t If
they did not continue the institutions which
had been established through that sacrifice
they would prove recreant to the trust ro-
potcd In them aud false to the memory of
In conclusion ho said : "Tho Union which
they preserved is their only fitting menu
ment. Its Intcirrity maintained is their best
memorial nnd most enduring ; while It stands
they cannot bo forgotten. "
1'roin I'ormcr ParNlilonrrH.
For twenty years Kev. II. F. Shorrlll was
the pastor of the First Congregational church
of this tlty. In 1SS5 ho was called to At
lanta , GB. , whore ho has charge of an elegant
house of worship , basldcs looking after the
spiritual welfare of the llttlo city of Mead-
vlllc , near bv.
In remembrance of the kindness of their
former pastor , the members of the church in
this city have purchased n solid stiver
communion servlco that will bo sent to Mr.
The service is neatly engraved nnd bears
the Inscription , "For wo are nil partakers of
ono own bread , therefore are wo ono In Jesus
Christ. " "New HOIKS Congregational church ,
Mcadvlllo , Gn. , from First Congrcgatleual
church , OraahaNeb. "
Do HorsoH Talk ?
Wo have our doubts on this subject , but If
they could , wo believe their first words would
bo to ask masters always to keep a bottle of
Haller's Barbed Wire Liniment on hand. It
Is unequalled for cuts , bruises and sprains.
In fact , horses fairly cry for it.
The Uolicmlnn Hull.
National ball was crowded all Sunday
afternoon nnd last evening with members
of the Bohhomian asssodatlon and friends
at the fair given for the benefit
of the now union Bohemnn ball. The con
tributions were liberal. The hall had been
nicely decorated for the occasion and the
well-arranged articles made n very pleasing
appearance. The real Interest did not begin
till nearly midnight xvhcn the distribution of
The patronage was as "liberal and the re
ceipts ns large a * was expected by any of the
friends. The good management of the officers
nnd committee tended greatly to the unquali
fied success of the first Bohemian fair.
1'ythian Sifters to Organize.
Mrs. M. D. l\ood of Kansas City. Mo. ,
supreme deputy chief of the Pj thlnn'Sisters ,
will bo hero Wednosdav to organlro a ledge
of Pythian Sisters. The meeting will bo
held in Lily Division No. S hall , McGiunls
blcck , at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
All ladles interested In the orgnnbatlon of
the ledge are requested to attend. Mrs.
Wood will institute the ledge and install the
Notes About the City.
The remains of Mrs. Cohen , wife of Mr.
H. L. Cohen , who died at Oklahoma , was
burled at 10 o'clock this morning.
The city council will hold a session this
Mcsdamcs Joseph Humpal nnd Frank J.
Shclauy , who have boon visiting their pa
rents In Alnsworth , will return home tonight
The case against George S. Brown by the
Live Stock Commission company will bo
hoard today by the board of directors.
South Omaha Ledge No. 53 , U. O. T. B. ,
has mndo arrangements to celebrate its third
anniversary at Xicrmanla ball , Saturday ,
C.V. . Miller ban gona to Lincoln to attend
tbo meeting of the state board , Knights of
The Kids defeated the Packers at base ball
yesterday , on the Suvcuth ward grounds , by
a score of 20 to 15.
Miss Minmo Christ , a charming voung Des
Mollies lady , is the guest of Mrs. iJlla Christ.
The committee has been very successful In
selling tickets for the first annual ball ,
Wednesday evening , in Rowley's hall. The
attendance promises to bo vcrv largo and the
members are promising their friends ns pleas
ant a donee as lovers of the dance often have.
The Iiiullc * ! Delighted.
Tbo pleasant effect and tbo perfect
safety with which ladles may use the liquid
fruit laxative. Syrup of Figs , under all con
ditions make it their favorite remedy. It is
pleasing to the cyo and to the tasU ) , gcntlo ,
yet effectual In acting on the kidneys , liver
1MPOUTANT HK-Uj ESTATE
Roscntlinl Buys the Mcndimlier Cor
ner and Will Krect n Hiillillnp.
Negotiations have boom closed for the sale
of a splendid business site on North Six-
tcoiitb street. The
property is located on
the corner of Chicago and Sixteenth streets ,
whcro Meadiraber's carriage factory was
formerly located. The lot Is GfixlSJ and Is
owned by Ed Moadlmtxr and Captain
Dounghue. Saturday afternoon payments
wore made which secures this property for
Uoseutbal & , Co. , proprietors of the furniture
itoro recently damaged by fire.
Tbo lot has boon idle since swept bv lire
a year ago. Its sale insures immediate im
provement. The purchasers propose to erect
at once a substantial flvo-story building , all
of brick , which will bo occupied by the firm.
The sale carries with it other Improve
ments. Mr. Moadlrabcrilnds his present fac
tory , completed lost falltoo small to promptly
meet the demands of patrons and proposes to'
add a twenty-two foot addition running the
entire length of the present building.
The transaction directly involves .
cash and with tbo improvements contem
plated represents an outlay of from $150.000
Mothers will find Mrs. Wiuslow's Sooth
Ing Syrup the bait remedy for their chll
drcn. 25 cents a bottle.
The Iraprosslvo ceremony of confirmation
was performed at St. Pnllomcna's cathedral
at 3 p. m. yesterday. The church was
crowded by the parents nnd friends of the
candidates. Ut , Hev. Bishop Scannell an-
uilnlstorod the rite to 115 personshaving first
examined them on the doctrines ot the
church and the moanlu ? nnd spiritual bene
fits ot confirmation. Ho was asslsUtcd by
Fathers McCarthy , Bruen , Carroll , Colonari ,
Kelly and Morlarty , the latter delivering an
It is nearly two years since confirmation
was administered In the parish. Tno candi
dates wora therefore uuusuallv numerous.
The majority wcro boys nnd girls , and not a
few wcro on the sunset side of llfo.
Premature gray wh iskcrs should becoloro
to prevent the appearance of age , nnd Buck
Ingham's Uyo is by far the bo.it preparation
to do It.
Next Wednesday Is the first anniversary of
the death of Ht , Hev. James O'Connor , late
bishop of Qmaho. Memorial services will
bo hold at St. Vhllomcna's cathedral , begin
ning at 9 n. m. A pontifical requiem mass
will be celebrated by BUhop Scannolt , as
sisted by a largo number of tuo clergy of
Dyspepsia has driven to an early and even
suicidal grave many a man who , 'it ho hod
tried the virtues of Ayers Sarsaparllla ,
would be alive today and in the enjoyment
of health and competence. Sufferer , bo
warned in IOMOO and don't allow taa system
o run down.
COD'S \ ' GOODNESS TO MANKIND
Gifts Which Ho Desires That Men Should
Eisa to Attain.
PROMISES OF GREAT PROSPERITY ,
Tlicino Which Moved HMiop AVnrrcn
of Denver to nil Kloqticnt Ser
mon The New Methodist
Bishop Warren of Denver preached at the
First Methodist church yesterday morning
o an audience that filled every seat in the
Bishop Newman , Dr. Tiffany of Minneap
olis , Uev. T. M. House , Kev. P. S. Merrill
and Kldcr Clcndcnnlng occupied scats on the
latform. Tbo discourse by Bishop Warren
ivns scholarly , earnest and eloquent. It was
nearly an bour ID length , but the largo and
cultured audlcnco listened attentively to the
i-cry last word with evident appreciation.
The learned speaker read a part of the
fifty-eighth chapter of Isaiah as an introduc
tion to the ccntril thought of the text which
ho found In the sixtieth chapter nnd seven-
eenth verso ot the same book. Tbo verso
read * as follows : "For brass I will bring
gold , and for Iron I will bring silver , and for
wooj , urn s , and for stones , irori. I will also
make thy officers peace und thlno exactors
The central thought was the promises of
God , and bow Ho repays these who seek
after His truth and righteousness.
God's promises of earthly happiness and
prosperity for these who servo Him are both
incomprehensible and incredible to us. Like
many things done by God they p.iss our com
prehension. It would appear that such lav
ish giving would bring bankruptcy to the
giver. But when you consider the millions
upon millions of tons of water which the sun
lifts I out of the ocean and carries over the
mountains , to bo poured out upon the fertile
jt fields , it Is easy tn understand that tbo boun
teous rains do not exhaust the source. The
ocean it not aUcctcd by tbo gift of rain to the
land. 1 The scriptural text is true. "With
holding 1 doth not enrich Thee , neither
doth giving impoverish Thee. "
God ( has and is always giving
the 1 best in exchange for the poorest.
1I God gave light where there was darkness.
Ho I created life whcro all wtu bleak and
cheerless. Ho made man with a mind to
understand"nnd i a heart to love His migbty
works. Ho has put within the linker's touch
of c man better things than man has ever yet
1i taken 1 Into bis possession. God always
wanted man to have dominion over nature.
There has been sUam in every drop of water
that over fell from hcnvon or leaped In the
cradle of the deep , and Goa wanted man to
know it and use it. Today steam docs twenty
times ns much work as all the people on
narth. Electricity has always been within
the reach of man. God rondcd the trees nnd
rocks , and spoke in the pealing
thunder with this mighty force , but man was
too dull and stupid to reach out hU hand nnd
lay hold of this wonderful force and convert
it to his uso. God has n better world than
this , to which Ho Is calling His children , but
how slow they are to prepare for that upper
and brighter world. Ho has a world where
the stieots are paved with gold , and the
glittering stones that wo pruo as being pre
cious hero ho uses there for exterior walls.
Man in bis present state is not fit
for such an nbode as that. Ho would bo
down on his knees digging at the gold pave-
mnnt. But God is calling Ills loved ones
thither , and by slow degrees the children of
men are learning the desire of the Almighty
Father. They are beginning to hear God
and to sco the blessings Ho Is placing in their
Man has a trading instinct. Boys swap
Knives and tops and when they become men
they exchange lots and lands and
certificates of value and of no
value with the Intention all the tlmo of get
ting something bettor. Sticky cluv is changed
into bricks with which houses and tomplcs of
glory are built. Useless ere Is dug from the
hills nnd mountains and converted into iron
nnd steel. The poorest is changed Into the
best by the gift of God reason and knowl
edge. Out of the Iron ere dug from the hills
iho steel wire is mad almost as flexible and
elnstlo as thought Itself , and Is
stretched around the world. Through
It the thoughts of men travel with tbo speed
of the lightning. We can not begin to see
or understand all of God's mighty works.
A gentleman once said to Mr. Turner , the
great landscape painter : "I cannot see such
colors in the sky ns you putupou canvas. "
"Don't wish could 1"
you you replied Mr.
Turner. "As for mo , I confess I cannot be
gin to put upon canvas a tenth part of the
glorious things that uod shows mo in the
Oed wants every man to have the best
within his reach. Ho wants man to bo
strong. Ho says , "Bo wise. " Ho puts the
blooming plant In the window and says , "Sco
my handiwork. " Some souls are dull nnd
stupid , and others are sensitive. The
spiritual life of some people U nothing but a
dull pain. They realize that they are netlike
like God , and that Is aboutall. . Some are
stupid In Intellect , some ate weak and
rheumatic of body and mind , whllo others
are strong and vivacious. In spltltualllfu
some men are like Peter , changeable.
At ono time the mild insinuation of
a servant set Peter to lying and
swearing. A few hours later he faced the
whole city of Jerusalem and told them they
wcro murderers. God wants to change every
man's life into something bettor. Ho no't
only blesses the prodigal when he returns ,
but Ho presses out to bless the more worthy
non-prodigal who bus never wandered nwav.
Ho says : "For brass I will give you gold. "
Ho docs not deal in legacies , but distributes
HU blessings where they may bo
acquired rather than merely accepted. God
has always wanted great men , but Ho has
taken time to develope them. The speaker
then showed how Abraham aud Moses and
tbo human side of Chnst Himself were de
veloped , and tried in the crucial test before
they wcro ready and nblo for the flual
triumph. Abraham was a liar at first ,
Moses was imperious and had to bo
sent to the country to keep
sheep , where ho learned meekness.
But God then gave gold for their brass.
Hod Abraham refused to give up his kin
dred and his inheritance , ns God commanded
him to do , bo would uever have boon heard
of by succeeding generations.
Cnrist surrendered iho hosannas anil
praises of the heavenly throne and became
poor. Ho suffered persecution and death.
but what glory. Is His today 1 Ho received
greater glory than Ho surrendered. And
lie left the way open to all mankind.
K wo could only see God's heights of
grcatnois that He wishes us to occupv wo
would step down from our little mole hills of
conspicuoiisncss and accept God's invitation
to walk In ways of truth and righteousness ,
The speaker closed by calling attention to
tbo benefits of a splendid church building in
educating public thought and teaching the
grandeur of nature and of God. The build
ing of beautiful temples of worship , the
siicakcr said , taught the people to devote
that which they thought valuable , their
means , to that which was higher and nobler
than the tbinir > aud thoughts of men. Such
efforts enlarged the hearts of men
and opened the windows of heaven
Those apparent sacrifices changed Httletas
Into greatness , and that which was low ant
transient Into that which was high and otor
Bishop Newman then presented the finan
cial problem again and said that there vc
remained J7.000 to bo raised. Ho proceedei
to take subscriptions , end in about three
quarters of uu hour $1,000 had been secured
Ho then announced that the dedicator ;
services would bo observed in the evening
nnd that Bishop Warren would preach again
at that timo.
! * Services.
Notwithstanding the rain , which came on
at about the hour for church in the evening
a fair sized audience braved the shower am
assembled in tno First Methodist church at
Bishop Warren preached on earnest sc-r
mon from John 111. , 10 : "God so loved th
world that He cave His only begotten son
to die , that whosoever believed on Him
might not perish , but have oi'orlastln ,
life. " The speaker dwelt upon the won
derful love of God und tba grea
sacrifice. Ho made for tbo human
race. Ho compared the emotion which men
call love with that grander , nobler com pas
slou that could stoop to take pity upon crca
turos who bad turned their backs on Uod
HAL.R . FRIG R SAL.E
BALBRIGGAN AND GAUZE U
Beginning Monday we will offer 125 dozen of fine Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 3Sc
each , in all sizes , 34 to 44 , in a natural mixture , French finished neck , and in every respect a
regular 75c garment , This great value will be on sale until the lot of six cases arc sold. Mail
orders promptly filled , but must be accompanied with sufficient postage ,
Lot No. 2We will offer 100 dozen of Men's fine gauze Shirts , made French neck pearl
buttons , and full size , 34 to 44 , at 2Sc each. Other dealers pay more for these goods than > \ve sell
them for. Send in your mail orders ; they will receive the same care in our mail order. depart
ment that any customer would in our store.
Lot No. 3 150 dozen of regular cut gauze Shirts , sold all over the city at 35c and 40c. We
will offer at this sale the entire lot at 15c each. See display in our Douglas street show windows
REDUCED PRICES on all lines of finer grades of Underwear. We are overstocked
n this department , and have inaugurated this sale with a view to reduce some large lots.
CORNER DOUGLAS AND 15TH STREETS ,
The Lveiroest , Olotliincr House West , of the Mississippi-
! lo said tbnt human love seemed to need A
returning current or It Is soon exhausted , o
Iminan being \vill not loni : continue to lov
ono who returns no love , but God loves every
ono. whether thcra Is love returned or not.
'J ho bishoo closed by sayitiR that when the
love of Uod pets Into the hearts of mon 11
produces the sarao kind of results , nnd ho
hoped the people of the First Methodist
church of Omaha would cot that kind of love
Into their hearts nnd make themselves use
ful In the vineyard of the LiOrd.
The dedicatory services were then solemn
ized , but BishOD Newman delayed the exer
cises just lonp enough to take subscriptions
for the lost $1,000 needed to liquidate the
floating indebtedness. Ho then cnlled
the trustees nnd all the minis
ters In tbo house about the altar and
after delivering a few words of advice to
the ofllccrs of the church , ho proceeded ,
with the assistance of Bishop Warren , Uev.
House and Kldcr Ccndcnning , to road the
dedicator- ritual nniJ the church was
solemnly dedicated to the worship of God.
Wanted A peed nppotltc. Vou can have
it cosy ononpu by tnkluc Hood's t > awaoarlla.
It tones tbo digestion and cures sick uoadacho
It was a very well pleased andlenco that
loft Boyd's ' last evening nt the close of "Tho
Twelve Temptations , " notwithstanding that
the spectacular romance was seen at the
same house during the early part of the
There have been n number of changes
made In the extravaganza which add greatly
to its interest and strengthen it from a
dramatic point very considerably.
The cast is in tha main the same as appeared -
poarod here several months ago , Ed J. Con
nelly , Benton Stanley.'Mlss Mamio Conway ,
Miss Virginia Ross nnd Miss Mnl Esteile
sustaining the interest of the story. The
ballet has been very much strengthened , a
number of pretty girls adding not a Httlo to
the stage pictures. The specialties are very
clover , and with the elaborate stage settings
which have always been a distinguishing
feature of Gilmoro's attractions , a pleasing
performance is given. Same bill this even
DeWiIt's Llttlo Eany UISCM ; only pill to
euro sick headache and regulate the bo\vels
J'JHSO.Y.lfc J'.l H.lg/T.I P IIS.
II. J. Cosgrovo of Lincoln Is at the Murray.
Ernest Yntes , of Lincoln , Is at the Paxton.
S. C. Smith , of Beatrice. Is at the Mur
M. L. Elsomero of Hastings is at the Mil-
Theodore Mayer of Schuyler Is nt the Mil-
C. 1. Jackson and wife , of Lincoln , are at
Mr. E. C. Hnlsoy , dcloeato from Portland ,
Ore. , Typographical union to the Interna
tional convention , which meets in Boston
next month , was In the city last evening.
W. C. Snyder , editor of the Lake City , In. ,
Ulade , was In the. cltv yesterday procuring
bills for tho1 Fourth of July celebration nt
that place. Hon. J. P. DoUlvor , congress
man from the Tenth Iowa district will be
oraiorof the day.
Gosjlor'sMagicHcadacho . Cures all
headaches in SO minutes. At all druggists
XEltS Of THE XOUTUfTISST.
David City Is to have n public library.
The Hastings cornet band has been re
Some corn around Thompjon was rotted by
la t weok's rains.
Mrs. Emily Heaton of Endicotto Is dead nt
the ago of nlnoty-ono.
The Friend city council has decided to put
In a system of waterworks.
Hod Willow county fanners took advant
age of recent rains to sow acres of llax.
A former near Western unearthed nn
opossum while harrowing the other duy.
The Blue Valley Congregational associa
tion held Its mceting.at Shipley lost week.
Boys from ton to fifteen years of ago at
Norfolk have organized a juvcnllo hose team.
Five Cambridge horses have contracted n
disease similar to the rabies from eating the
loco \ \ cod.
Peter Moan of Wayne has roolved word
that his son Marshal was drowned nt
Houston , Tex. < ' <
Superior will make an effort to locate the
Interstate reunion atIffiU place for the com
ing 11 vo years. jt > /
The infant son of Gi W. Bcdo of Bartloy ,
while playing on tho/ thank of Hed Willow
creek , was drowned. r ,
The ofllcors of Winsido. Wayne county ,
have caused the nrros .of . Thomas Lou no
bocausn ho refused to par a dog Uix.
The gun clubs of Ar'AjiMioo and Cambridge
nro having a heatcd'dlscusslon concerning
the respective mcrits"l'Uf tbo two organiza
tions. ' <
The city government of Wymoro Is dl-
vli'edontho ' subject ! > lof the width of the
town's plank walks aad , n'l kinds of suits are
threatened. ln ,
Grand Islanders think the Union Pacific
oucht to have a bettor depot there , ana the
matter was laid boforb the road officials upon
their visit to that city.
Whllo Goorga Marquis of Uomoyn , Phelps
eouutv , was filing the Knife of n stalk cutter
the lover How back and cut him on the head ,
Inflicting Injuries which may prove fatal.
A Falrbury newspaper man criticised the
sheriff of Jefferson county with reference to
unwarranted liberty granted to jail birds
and was soundly abused on tbo street In re
C. B. Young of Hod Cloud was shot and
killed In northern Minnesota last week. No
particulars of the affair were received by the
wife of the deceased when she was wired of
Chief Engineer Skool of the Fnlrbury flro
department has made an iniurchanga of
couplings with the Beatrice flro department
so that tbo departments can work together
In case of a serious tire In cither town ,
A McCook farmer ulrod himself In the fol
lowing manner on observing tbo recent heavy
ralus : "I don't ask no favors from anybody.
Don't want to borrow n dollar , and if the na
tional debt Isn't lifted this fall I'll pay it my
A horse kicked Christian Jacobson , resid
ing nine miles south of Dakota City , and in
jured him so badly that bodied.
Samuel E. Brown , n fanner residing seven
miles southwest of friend , while roturnlng
from n workingmen's ledge nt Exeter , was
thrown from his road cart. Ono foot caught
in the bottom and ho was dragged to death.
His family found him yet fast tt > tno cart
when they arose in the morninc. There was
evidence in the road that nc had been dragged
nearly a mile.
The listings police arrested a voung
woman named Elizabeth SuiiimcMkHl on a
telegraph order from Houron. She Is
charged with Infanticide , having killed her
new-corn babe by crushlne in Us breast. She
is about twenty-three years of nio nnd fair
looking. Her mother Is supposed to bo im
plicated with her , and is under arrest nt
Hebron. The crime was committed near
Carleton. The girl has had throe within four
The farmers of Lincoln county have boon
troubled considerably by scab on potatoes ,
generally supposed to bo the woi-1 : of worms.
A farmer has bald this can ba prevented by
planting potatoss on now ground every year ,
or ground that has not been used for potatoes
for several years. Never plant two success
ive crops on the same ground , as the decay
ing tops and reots of the plants appear to
breed the worms , and thny Infest the ground
for fully two seasons after the crop has been
A three weeks' temperance revival has
just closed at Seymour.
A Dyersvlllo man bos sued to recover 4700
for caring for a $100 horso.
A Sioux Hapids preacher adds to'hU salary
by painting signs for merchants.
A drink of concentrated lye caused the
death of the four-year-old son of Mrs. Cole , of
A Mason City young man was practicing
on n high bicycle the other day when the
silent steed brought un against a swill bar
rel and the youth took a header into the
Mrs. O. E. Bowers of Storm Lake , may
lese the sicht of her right eye. She was
splitting kindling wood when a piecn flew up
and struck her In the face with the above
There are now 452 members on the Mar-
shalltown soldiers' homo rolls. Eighty-two
of the veterans are off on a furlough , taking
advantage of the fine weather to visit rela
tives and friends elsewhere.
A dwelling house built of logs over sjxty
years ago is being torn down at Dubuque to
make room fora more modern structure.
Ono corner of the house rests on the stump of
a tree , which is at this late day perfectly
sound and whole.
Rev. Charles Gibbs of Codnr Falls , dlod In
St. Louis , aged sovonty-onoyears. He was
on bis way homo from Florida , wherfl ho had
spent the winter In search of hualth. Hev.
Mr. Glbbs had boon p < istor of the Congrega
tional church in Cedur Falls about seven
jv luuwry fin 111 Jjuuuquu , wno ana ueen
treated several weeks by a physician for la
grippe , the other day gave birth to a halthy
child. Another romantlo feature of the case
was that the supposed author of the girl's
ruin was her husband. The couple had boon
married ono year ago at the famous marriage
factory In Falrplay , but kept the marriage "n
secret until the appearance of their lirst
George Peters died In the Davenport poor
house recently. He was the man who ironed
the wagon that took the first prlzo at the
world's fair at Vienna , nnd his handiwork
figured elsewhere with almost equal nromln-
ence. His brother , who worked with him
much of the time , was another unto himself.
They were both men of extraordinary
strength. George Peters , in his better days ,
would lift without extraordinary cxortion
1UJO pounds , und it was a common feat for
his brother to take a weight of 400 pounds In
each band and , unaldoct , to raise tboso
weights to his head. Strong driulc ruined
A singular matrimonial experience is that
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grcavink , living
near Muscatinc. Twenty years ago Herman ,
then a bravo and sturdy yeoman , won the
heart and band of Anna Frccrs , a buxom
lass of sixteen summers. Afterthoir marriage
they took up their abode on n fnrm live
miles west of Muscatino and lived happily
together for sixteen years , and raised a largo
family of children. But the greon-eyod
monster entered their homo nnd n divorce
followed. Both remarried aud both tired of
their newly found mates , nnd the divorce
mill was again sot to grinding. Each w *
restored to the privllejjo of single blessed
ness , and the other dav Herman and Hannah
walked lovingly into the presence of 'Squire
Harkct of Muscatino , who had ofttciatod at
nil their former nuptials , and promised to
love and cherish each other Just as they did
a score of years before.
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Vanilla Of perfect purity.
- of great strength.
Almond -f Eo < " omy n their uao
Rose etc.rl Flavor as delicately
and dcliclously aa the freoh fruit.
Physicians , Surgeons and Specialists ,
L4O9 DOUGliAS STB.EE1T
0 AIIA , NED.
Tno most widely and favorably known ipeo *
mllaU tn the Unltel States. Their lone ox-
perlcnco , rcranrkuble iklll anil universal > uo-
roks In iho treatment and euro of Nervous ,
Chronic and Surgical Dlsna cs. entitle thono
eminent pbyslotnns to UIG full confidence of
the nniloted evorywhoro. Thuy pirarnntoel
A CERTAIN ANU POSITIVE OURV to ?
the awful effect * of early vice , nnd the turner *
on orll thfttfollnw In It * train.
PRIVATE. HLOOH ANU SKIN DI8EASK3
llr. complotcly nnrt pennftripntly cur d.
NERVOUS llEHILITi * ANU SEXUAL DIS
ORDERS yield readily to their skillful troat-
PILES , FISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS
cuarantced cured ultliout p.ilu or detention
HYOROCULE AND VARICOCELE perma
nently and successfully cun > d In every ea o ,
SYPHILIS. nONOKRHKA. GLEET. Spur-
mntorrUcs , Seinhml Wenlcness Lost Mnnhood ,
Night Emissions Decayed Faculties , Kemiilt
Wenkneu and nil dellr.Un disorders pccullaf
to cither sox positively cured , n vrull ns all
functional disorders Hint rvsii It from youth * . 'J
follies or the uxressnf niutura yours.
RTPirTlitK Uuarantenrt yermane n t ly
o 1 IxlV J UlxL , cured , removal complete
without cuttlnc. cniistic or dlhitntlon. Cure *
effected at homo by pntiont without mo
ment's pnln or annoyance.
TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN.
A'sTIPP ' fllPP Thn awful effeoU ol
OUI\.D V UlXL. early vic which bring *
orcanto weakness , destrn > lnc both mind nnd
body , with all Its dreaded 1118. permanently
nfa RFTT1 ? Addrras those who have tm-
UI\J. lC , I 1O
paired tlionii l\es by 1m-
proper Indulgence nnd solitary nablts , wblch
ruin both mind nnd body , unfitting them for
butlnesA. itudr or in.irrluso.
MARRIED MEN or these entering on that
happy life , aware of physical debility , quioULr
* * *
Is based upon facts. First Practical eip rl-
ence. Hecond Every caio Is specially studied ,
thus starting right Third medicines nro
prepared In our laboratory exactly to suit
each cnse , thus effecting cures without Injury.
Drs. Betts & Betts ,
UCH DOUGLAS STREET. OMAHA. NEB
Dr. I to Duo's Periodical Pills.
This French rcmfily ectn directly upon the uencra-
tlvo orpins or.d cures BUpprosalon of DIB menses.
12 or tlmu for ? 5 , und win bo inulleil. hhuuld ntit bo
used during preKnaiicj' . Jobbers. druKRlst and the
public supplied by ( iuuilman Urui ; Co. , Omalm ; K.
J. I'cilkurnaixl HmrnrO .Mrr * . Bui:111 : Omalm ; M.8.
Kllsaud A , I ) . Foster. Council IHulT *
. . icd
n. Sold l > - ill
diulrrs. Utrt. a Uanliful
Picture Honk and eerds
uatta au > one addrauuT *
O.E.HinES A Ct1 ,
A OK.VU1NK MICnolUIIUI.LlIK Is ICIDI ) H ( iKIOI
KUADlCATOlt-Curct all derates because It kills
tbo microbe or curm. 1'ut up and retailed In f. ! . f
nnd f5 tltei , the latter 2 I-J uulloiu bent any-
wliure prepaid nn receipt of price or GO I ) . Wo
l iuo nKuarantca to euro. The puhllc. trudonnl
lohtiorj mipplU.it bf the ( ioodmtin Dnu Co. . Alo-
Cnnnlck & Lund. Omohni < i A , Meldior. lloffiird
Myers nnd K. J Scjrltnrn , South Oman ; A. II. Fos-
UT ana M r. Kills , Council lllutK
TREE OF LIFE
I3KDKOUD , In. , Nov. 10. ' & ' ) .
Dit. J. B. MooiiK Uonr Sir : I tnko
great pleasure in paying that your roni-
cdy fop kidney and llvor troubles , the
Tree of Lifo , Is nil that you recommend
it to bo. I epoulc from jwrsonnl experience -
enco , having used it I can testify of
grcnt bonuflciiU results.
Yours roipootfully ,
ANTHONV JACOIIS , Evangelist.
Moore's Tr * of l.lfo. n posltlra pure for Kleiner
and Mror Couiplilnt anil all blood dlieasas. Iv o It
ate suffer when you can bo cured Ur uilo2 Mouro's
Tree of UK , the Ureat Ufo Itomeljrt
dame called nt t o'clock.
BOYB'S _ Timii : : NIGHTS ONLY.
SLNDAV. and MONDAY TUKsOAY , 24 2S , 26
A Truly Gorgeous Triumph.
WM. J. GILMORE'S
Glorious Scenic , llnllot nnd Pantomime bpoclaclo ,
VO Capable ArLlst.s 7O.
Flro Grand IlnlutIrninntle ! , Cnnt of Thirty IMoyura.
Tliroo Knmuui frontiers ,
DON'T FAIL TO BRING TUB CHILDREN
Itox elicot opens Saturday nt regular prices.
BOYD'S.B _ Nights and Sat Mnt.
Thursday , Friday mid Sntimlnv , May
28 , 2 ! ) nnd 0.
Elmer K. Vance's Urout Krallstlc Hall Koad
( Jomedy-lraiim ) ,
A great star cast , snncrn nnd out rnnolng
music , Mmrklliu dialogue.
- i-i The flight of tlic llrullc 1 mill.
I'll' Tim thrlllliiz wreckM-cno.
llill , The nwo ln | ilrliit | clwlrlral ellocti.
IJIJ * rl' realistic taw mill oplsoilo.
The nmrvclous tulagraph scone.
Prices ns usunl.
COLISEUM , OMAHA
Wednesday , Juno 3rd.
( AFTERNOON AND EVENING. )
Under the Auspices of the Apollo Club
THRO DO KB.
AM ) HIS FAMOUS
Aiilsted IIT the dlstluifuliod nrtlitt.
RAEFAEL , JOSEF Y , Plan it
SIG. CAMPANINI , Tenor.
KISS KATHEHINE FLEMING ,
The charging younj ; Contralto.
A-lV'V.l" ' ? ic.l : ? . . ! l.p'9rTOrt t"l " "ICO. .
DIME EDEN MUSEE.
Corner 11th und Tarnum StreuU.
WIIK : : or MAV SVTII.
Mattlo LOO Prlco , J'lio olcrtrlo and lungnotlo clrl
A.l'.aT\\0.A \ , J' ' ? * } " * . A l" > rfw t olci trie Imtti-ry.
TlioMchioTrlplct-H. Jcnnlo Kllnnr und ( iliwlri
Two Mud otulor Twlnt , In ronzs und dunces
skH < lies and delineations , '
A first-class specialty entertainment.
Tlir . ' . ( 'or. i-itli ttinl.
tlotcl Jliillillna In Oinnliii , Nvrernl
lirai'ii ttrlrl : / / trull * ritnntiifJrain
lniKCiiidit to roof. All tlni rctltna * anil
//oorsIllicit it-itk AnbentoH / / t > roof
\nlnii \ , tinilitiin It ittijuixKllilv to fiiii'tt
quirk. fin-cHcniifH innlIra alarm *
Iliiintulitiiit Ilia bnllillnu. Stettin In-lit ,
hot anil colil miter anil Htiiiililnviu
ereruruuiit , 1 tibia \tnnnnniuaed any.
D. BILLOWAY. Prop.
JOSEPH "GILLOTT'S '
GOLD MEDAL , PAnu rxposmoN , 1880.
THE HOST klERFECTJJF PENS.
OMAliA I'lnJIortlr uta u callon W T
80HooL o lis ni .rvork
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