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TTTTfl OT\rATTA DAT Y TTttimsnAY. MAY" rtO. 1SfB.
PLANS FOR MEMORIAL DAY
At the Grates in the Morning and in
Hantcom Park in the Afternoon ,
THURSTON WILL DELIVER THE ORATION
AH Iloillei of Mllllurjr Clmr ctr In the
City Will Ho I" tlio J'rocctilon Tlmt
Movei to tlio 1'rtrk Kicrcltc * In
the School * Yesterday.
There will be the usual Memorial day ob-
* ervanco In Omaha today , anil all the
military and veteran organizations , together
with patriotic citizens , will unite In arraying
tha graves of the departed veterans with
fragrant tributes to the memory of their
sacrifice. Tha task of decorating tlio graves
of the soldiers who Bleep In the various
cemeteries of the city will -be performed
during the forenoon by details of veterans
from the different posts of the Grand Army
of the Uepubllc , and In the afternoon the
moro elaborate exercises ot the day will be
held In Ilanscom park. The parade will In
elude all tlio local uniformed companies , and
the program at the park will Include the
ritualistic ecrvlco of the Grand Army ot the
Uepubllc and an address by Senator John M
Tluirtton. The program for the day la as
Ur. W. II. Christie , chairman general Me
morial day committee.
Dr. H. M. Stone presiding ofllcer.
Sergeant Allison , marshal.
W. S. Askwlth , omcer of the day.
Frank 13. Moores , officer of the day for
National salute at 10 a. m. at Forest Lawn
by Sergeant Allison.
Decoration of the soldiers' graves In Pros
pcct Hill , Forest Lawn , Jewish cemetery
Holy Sepulchre , IJoliernlan cemetery , Mounl
Itopo cemetery , by detail from I'lill Kearney
post , George A. Ouster post ami corps , U. S
Grant post and corps , George Crook post am
Order of Memorial Day I'arade Dand. Th
procession will form at 1 o'clock on Slxteent ]
street , right resting on Farnam strict , In th
following order : Omaha Guards , under com
ma ml of Ciptaln Mulford ; Tlutrston Klflcs
under command ot Captain Scliarff ; Hlg
school cadets , under command of Llcutenan
The above procession will move by th
right to the northeast corner of Haiiscon
park , where they will bo Joined by th
Grand Army of the Republic , Sons of Voter
nns , Iloyg' brigade and Thnrston Drum corps
In the following older : Drum corps , I'lil
Kearney post No. 2 , George A. Ciister pos
No. 7 , U. S. Grant post No. 110 , George A
Crook post No. 2C2 , George A. Crook cam
Sons of Veterans , Hoys' brigade.
All carriage ! ) with Invalid veterans \vl
precede the drum corps.
KXKHCISKS ON TIII2 GIIOUNDS.
Music March , "Knndolph" Ha
Prayer llev. Ur. Helling
Recollections of the War Ueye
Oration Senator John M. Thurxto
Music "AInnnrn , " Chllllaii Dance..Mis.siK.
MuBlc M.irch , "Lejpuo Meet , " Lentner
Ultual Sot vice.
Dlrgp To O. A. It. of Oinnlm..Kd. llavellck
Heading Roll of the Year's Dead.
Firing of the Salute by the Thurston Ulflcs.
Music Sounds from ihu Sunny South
Finale Music , "Meditation" Hull
TH12 DAY IN THU SCHOOLS.
As the schools ot the city will be closed
today out of respect to the memory
of the dead soldiers the exorcises were held
yesterday afternoon. Following their usual
custom the Grand Army of the Republic
committee lias assigned a speaker for each
school and these addresses supplement the
program , \\hlch lias been prepared by the
teacher and pupils. While the exercises In
Bomo of the larger schools were somewhat
more elaborate than In others , the general
features were largely similar. The salute to
the flag Is a feature of each piogrum and
songs and recitations of a patriotic order
are added to complete the entertainment.
The assignment ot speakers Is the follow
Ambler , Pat Ilawcs ; Bancroft , McCaus-
land ; Hanson addition and Benson orphan
age , II. L. Uurket ; Academy of Sacred
Heart , Dr. Spanning ; Crelghton college ,
Colonel Chase ; Caas , Dr. Klnsler ; Castcllar ,
Havcrly ; Central , 1) . B. Sargeant ; Central
Park , W. L. Allison ; Clifton Hill , II. C.
Wheeler ; Columbian , L. S. Skinner ; Come-
nius , 13. A. Parmalco ; Davenport. Judge
Kllcr ; Deaf and Dumb asylum , Major Mil
ler ; DoJgo , T. L. Hull ; Dundee. Dr. Van
Dcesen ; Dupont , J. W. Thompson ; Far
nam , John Jenkins ; Forrest , Councilman
Gordon ; Franklin , Lochur Augustii3 ; Fort
Omaha , II Dlerbln ; High school , Itov.
Mackay ; Holy Family , Klghtcenth and Izard
and Kcllom , Twenty-second and Nicholas
Major Furay ; Lake , J. A. IGllcspIo ; Leaven-
worth , Major Clarkson ; Lincoln , John Dul
ler ; Long , Hall ; Lothrop , John Jcffcoat ; Ma
son , Major Clarkson ; Monmouth Park , J. U.
West ; Omaha View , L. Anderson ; Pacific
D. Sawhlll ; Park , C. K. Ilurmester , with Uov.
Butler ; Saratoga , George Newton ; Sherman
W. W. Eastman ; St. Joseph , Dr. Christie
St. Patrick's , Dr. Christie : St. Paul , Francis
Gussly ; St. Phllomcna , Dr. Sprague ; St.
Mary Magdalcno , M. J. Fecnan ; St. Wenccs-
laus. Dr. Sommorvllle ; St. Catherine , Dexter
L. Thomas ; Train , Dr. Mercer ; Vlnton , W.
II. Hussell ; Windsor S. Bloom ; Walnut Hill
Glllcsplo ; Webster , Major Jcaso Miller ; Westside
side , Dr. Ralph ,
Y. M. I. MEMORIAL MASS.
Members of Carroll council. Young Men's
Institute , will attend memorial services at
St. Phllomena's cathedral at 3 a. m. Solemn
high mass will bo celebrated by Rov. S. F.
Carroll , chaplain of the Institute , assisted
by Fathers Kelly and Galvln. Members will
assemble at the Institute rooms In Shcoly
block at 7:30 : , and march to the cathedral.
AT COURTLAND BEACH.
Decoration day being the opening day at
Conrtland beach the usual largo number ol
picnic parties will bo In attendance , while
the Fort Omaha band will give a concert
both afternoon and evening. At G o'clock
Paul Alexander Johnstone , the celebrated
mind reader , will dlvo Into the lake and
find a needle which Is to bo previously hid
den by Sheriff John C. Drexcl.
And those who are all tired out and hav
that tired feeling or sick headache can bo
relieved of all tlicso symptoms by taking
Hood's Sareaparllla , which gives ncrvo
mental and bodily strength and thoroughly
purifies the blood. It also creates a gooc
appetite , cures Indigestion , heartburn am
dyspepsia. , .
Hood's Pills are easy to take , easy In 1C-
tlon and sure In effect. Cc.
Tukn tin * llnrllnctoit Itmitn
To St. Joseph and Kansas City. QuickC !
ind best line.
City Ticket Office , 1321 Farnam St.
A Summer Trip.
Teachers and others contemplating H sum
iner trip , the expense of which ahull not robe
prohibitive , are reminded that low rates ti
Denver , Colorado Springs , Manltou ami Pueblo '
oblo via the Burlington Ilouto will he 'uIn
effect at the time of the National Cduratlona
Association meeting In Denver next July. talk.
For a copy of an attractive HtMe book
giving all necessary Information about k.he
meeting , the city ot Denver , the state o
Colorado , rales , side trips , hotels and lie
Burlington Route's service , call tit the Ity
ticket office , 1324 Farnam St.
IlomrieoketV iicur ; Ions.
On May 21 and June 11 , 1S93 , the Unto
Pacific tyitem will sell tickets from Mlssoui
river points and stations In Kansas and Ne
braika to points south nnd west In Ncbraik
and Kansas , also to Colorado , Wyoming , Uta
and Idaho , east ot Welter and south ot Reave ,
Canon , at rate ot ona first class ttandard far
for the round trip. Minimum rate. $7,00. II.
P. Deuel. city ticket agent 17. P. system
1302 Farnam ttrect , Omaha.
llomeie keri' Lzcut-ilon.
Tuesday , Juno 11 , ono faro for round trlr
minimum round trip rate $7.00 ; limit , 20 dayi
To all point * ou the F. E. & M. V. It. R. I
Nebraska. Wyoming and South Dakot.
Ticket office HOI Farnam street.
J , II. BUCHANAN'
' General Passenger Agent
HUSTON BTOItn OI'K.N TIL NOO.V.
To Olnerre Decoration Ii r nml 8(111 Ac-
coniodntr Those \ \ hoVI h to Trade.
WB KEEP OPEN UNTIL NOON.
And to do a whole days buslncci In a half
day wo offer for tomorrow morning the most
extraordinary and surprising bargains In silk
mlttn , fans , waists , duck cults , and all kinds
of hot weather goods.
Remember to do your trading early to
morrow morning , M wo close at 12 sharp.
BOSTON STORE , OMAHA.
Selling the Red Lion Shoe Stock at Halt
ruNnit.xi , DiHKCTOKs1 ASSOCIATION
Meeting Hot Sprlncii South Dakota , Juno
11 nnil I1IHOfi. .
Special rates Juno 10th via the North
western line from all Nebraska stations. Ask
your nearest agent or write the undersigned
J. R. BUCHANAN ,
G. P. A. F. E. & M. V. R. R. , Omaha , Neb.
Special rates Juno 7 also.
M'TAUUlTa l.UHOl'KAN IIOTK.U
The management of McTague's European
hotel announce that on this date they will
commence to receive , guests , as well as take
pleasure In showing all who call Its many
comforts and appointments. The J. H. Mc-
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
The two store rooms now occupied by Q.
W. Cook & Son , Karbach block. Inquire at
German Savings bank.
Contritl l.iilmr Union.
There will be a special meeting of Centra
Labor union held May 31 at Patterson hal
at 8 p. m. All delegates are requested to
be present , as buslners of Importance will be
transacted. J. B. Schupp , president ; K. S ,
Fisher , fcecrctary.
Sl'KClAl , KXCUUSION
To Hot Spring * , South Hikotn.
Juno 7 , via Northwestern line. Tlcke
office 1401 Farnam street ; depot , 15th and
Card fir TlmnkH.
We wish to express our sincere thanks t
our fi lends who have shown us such kind
ness In our sad bereavement , the death o
our mother. ,
MRS. GERTIE READDY ,
MRS. C. F. DURRAND ,
GKO. S. OSBURN.
Tlio Only Kiriitni : I'rulu fur Drnvcr.
which carries both sleeping and dining car
Is the Burlington's "Denver Limited. "
Leaves Omaha 4'35 p. m. exactly.
Arrives Denver 7:30 : a. m. exactly.
City Ticket Office , 1321 Farnam St.
A I'mr AitVHiitiici'ii.
Offered by the Chicago , Milwaukee & St.
Paul railway , the short line to Chicago. A
clean train , made up and started from Omaha.
Baggage checked from residence to destina
tion. Elegant train service and courteous
employes. Entire train lighted by electricity
and heated by steam , with electric light In
every berth. Finest dining car service In
the west , with meals served "a la carte. "
The Flyer leaves at G p. m. dally from Union
City Ticket Office , 1501 Farnam street. C.
S. Carrier , city ticket agent.
Hitir-Dity 11 cil id iy.
The S. P. Morse Dry Goods Co. will close
tctrorrow at 12 o'clock. This gives their
employes an opportunity to take part In the
many exorcises of tomorrow.
WILL TEST THK MATTER.
Suit to Determine ICIglit ot Slit-riff to Com-
ppiitiiitloii us ICccelvpr.
A test case on the right of a sheriff to
compensation when he has been appointed a
receiver has been started In district court.
It will bo of Interest to sheriffs generally
throughout the state , as It has always been
the custom for sheriffs to pocket such
money under the claim that It Is a perquisite
of the olllce and theirs the same as though
some third party had been made receiver.
The suit Is brought by Douglas county
agalnbt Sheriff Drexel , the claim being for a
judgment against him for the sum ot $92C.
The flieilft's bondsmen , Fred Drexel nnd J. G.
Brandt , are likewise made defendants. After
making the usual allegations concerning the
election of the sheriff , It Is charged that for
the year 1S91 the sheriff received from all
rources the sum of $7,540 , which was the
total amount of compensation , salaries and
expenses allowed him by law. In addition It
Is recited that he has wrongfully converted to
his own ute ? 97C collected by him as re
ceiver's fees. This money , It is stated , be
longs to the county. The cases In which the
. fees accrued are principally those of tlio
, Carter-Martin suit , Young-Cook suit and M.
, A. Seeds Dry Plate company-Heyn Photo
- Supply company suit.
In the Martin case Anctte C. Carter and
other creditors banded together a year ago
. to compel M. F. Martin to pay some debts.
They attached Ninth and Seventeenth btreet
, property , having the sheriff placed In possession
session to collect the rents. The sheriff had
, posseslon for seventy-two days and was al
; lowed $700 , which the county claims. Rents
come In very slowly. Martin , however , suc
. ceeded In patching up the case , securing Its
- dismissal , besides getting leave to with
draw the files from the court. The county
. claims also $150 on account of the Cook
, failure for services rendered by the sheriff
- as receiver and $58 for services rendered by
him In the Heyn Photo failure.
The sheriff submitted a report at the be
ginning of the year detailing to the com i-
missioners that he held the money and had
f taken legal advice , as a result of which he
would continue to hold It unless the judges
. decide against him.
In the matter of the sale of the rug ? of
G. H. Topakyan & Co. , taken and sold under
attachment by II. S. Tayskanjlan , the at
torneys for the plaintiff have filed a showing
asking the court to compel the sheriff to turn
over $13.000 realized from the sale of the
stock. The sheriff states that ho has not
refused to turn the money over and Is get
ting his report ready. If the plaintiff had
waited a few days , he says , the report would
have been ready.
I.ootc Out for the Momlcs
And all other contagious diseases by keepIng -
Ing a supply of Allen's Hygienic Fluid con
stantly on hand. It has no superior as a
< preventive medicine Is a pure and swcet-
( emellfng dls Infectant , dcnrorant and germi
cide healing and cleansing. H has many
, other uses which are told of In the wrapper
on the bottle.
SOUND MONEY DEMOCRATS.
They Moot unit Orgniilzp n State League
- KlrclliiR Olllccin.
There was a conference of "hard money"
democrats at the Paxton cafe Tuesday evening
and a state league was organized. T. J.
Mahoney was elected president of the league
and F. Vaughan , secretary. A committee con
sisting of T. J. Mahoney , W. D. McIIugh , A. <
J. Sawyer , F. E. Vaughan and H. W. Yatcs
was appointed to prepare constitution and by
laws. The following resolution was unani
to mously adopted ,
- As democrats of Nebraska , believing that
In opening the mints of our country to the
free nnd unlimited coinage of. Hllvcr nt the
ratio of 1 ( > to 1 would result In n depreci
ated cutrcncy , losa of credit nnd the evils
k. of silver monometallism , and believing fur
ther that the adoption by our party of iru
of policy favoring such free nnd unlimited
coinage of sliver would prove disastrous to
Its prospects , nnd believing further that the
; principles of the democratic party are ami
always have been oivponetl to such n policy ,
wo favor the organization of thn Sound
Money Democratic Leactio of Nebraska
for the purpose of circulating such litera
ture as sets forth the doctrines of Bomul
llnanco and for the purpose of balding the
- democratic party of this state to Its tradi
tional place as the outspoken champion IIof
honest money and national Integrity.
The meeting adjourned subject to the call
qt the chairman.
. Hoot * Are Looking \Toll.
C. n. Drysselbout , superintendent ot heat
Oxnard Sugar factory at Grand Island , Is al
: "Betts look very weil , " * ald Mr. Brysiel-
. bout , "and If we have rain In a tow days elite
In damage done by the hot winds will be veri
duly 2Cc for a box ot Stearn'a Electric
P < t4le to rid your liouso of vermin.
FLOORNOY PEOPLE PLEASED
heriff Mullin Appears Before Judge Dundy
and is Immediately Released ,
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF THE CATTLEMEN
.Judge Held thnt Interference of Federal
Authorities with State Olllcei1 ! While
Serving 1'npcri UouM Not lie Sanc
tioned The Ponder Troublci ,
Judge Dundy declared himself to a certain
extent on the Ponder Indian troubles when
he dismissed Sheriff John Mullin yesterday
n federal court.
The sheriff of Thurston county was re
cently Indicted by the grand Jury for al-
lodged Interfprlng with Captain Beck's In
dian police on \Vlnnebago reservation.
Ho had como down to surrender himself nnd
have his trial at once. Judge Dundy yester
day told him to go home and stay there until
ho was sent for. The judge declared that he
did not Intend to eanctlon Interference of
federal olUcers with state authorities when
the latter were doing their duty In serving
legal papers. Mullin thanked the judge and
left for homo. There was great rejoicing
among the Flournoy sympathizers within
earshot at the federal building when the
judicial remarks became known.
The civil docket at federal court Is still
on. The Jury In the Shlverlck case brought
In a verdict for defendant. There are sev
eral humorous features about this civil case.
It seems that the bono of contention Is a largo
pictorial advertisement of a Durham bull
which was on the east wall ot the building
which Shlverlck occupies. Shlverlck ordered
It "wiped out. " A coat of paint promptly
eradicated It. Then during the early hours
of dawn the picture of the bull was painted
on the wall again , only to bo given another
coat of extermination. The result was an
arrest for malicious mischief. Shlverlck
then sued Gunning & Co. for damages and
wounded pride caused by the arrest. This
was the case before Judge Dundy. The lat
ter practically Instructed the Jury to bring
In a verdict for defendant and thus the
painters of advertisements won a victory In
There will be no court today. The de
partments In the federal building , Including
the postolllcc , will all close at 10 o'clock
In honor of Memorial day. The
stamp and general delivery windows will bo
open for business , however , until 12 o'clock ,
Postmastetr Martin received advices yester
day that the postofllco at Dunbar ,
Neb. , had been robbed of $100
during the night. Postmaster Wilson
of Dunbar asked for on Inspector to
como at once. Inspector Sinclair was as
signed to the r.ase. The thieves broke into
the office and made a clean haul of cash.
I'nr NervouH Uxlmustlon
U n llntHford'g Acid l'llo | ) lmto.
Dr. J. T. Altman , Nashville , Tenn. , says :
"I find It a most valuable agent in atonic
dyspepsia and nervous exhaustion occurring
In active brain workers. "
CALLED TJP HIQHEB.
Itev. AliicNub OOCR to the Cathedral nt
Friday of this week Rev. Alexander W.
MacNab , pastor for the past four years of
St. Mathlas Episcopal church of this city ,
leaves with his family to assume the duties
of Ills now. call as Canon Mlssloner of the
Cathedral of St. Albans at Toronto. In
view of the loss of their pastor the friends
of the church gathered Monday evening In
the parish rooms of the church to bid fare *
well to Mr. MacNab and his family and
present a testimonial of Ills faithful work.
Music was rendered by Mrs. Johns , the
Organist , and the choir , and remarks were
made by W. Cleburne , he referring In a
touching way to tbo strong attachment felt
by the parishioners for the loss of their
pastor and his family. A testimonial signed
by members of the congregation was pre-
scnted. It was as follows :
"Wo , the members of the congregation ,
desire In this humble way to express to you
the great esteem and respect that wo feel
toward you personally , as our much beloved
pastor nnd friend nnd to convey to you
hereby our deep and lasting appreciation of
your work and efforts toward building up
the kingdom of Christ In this community.
"Further , that whilst we rejoice with you
n that higher call that has come , unso-
Icltcd , to you , our rejoicing Is mingled with
'eellngs ' of regret that -we are compelled to
jrcak the tie that exists between us.
"Wo wish you Godspeed In the name of
the Lcrd , nnd can assure you that you will
always have our most earnest prayers for
your welfare. "
Mr. MacNab replied. Mrs. E. N. Cornish
presented to Sirs. MacNab n photograph ot
.ho Women's auxiliary , to which Mrs. Mac-
Nab responded. The pastor was also pre
sented with a silver top cane by
he choir. Dcforc coming to Omaha
Mr. MacNab served In parochial work for
: wonty years at St. Catherine's diocese ,
Ilev. D. A. Ilonner of the New York diocese
cese , the new pastor , will preach at St.
Muthlas next Sunday morning.
Dofonnu In 1'opo Murder C' ne.
DETROIT , May 29. The defense In the
Pope murder pase began this morning with
Dr. Mulueron on the stand. His testimony
tended to refute the prosecution's charges
that Mrs. Pope had tried to murder her
lusband , by pushing him down stairs. Dr.
Pope had told the witness In the presence
of Mrs. Pope that he fell down stairs be
cause bo made a misstep. Ho also told
witness the reason why ho wanted so much
Insurance was because he was a poor man
and that the best provision be could make
for his family was to be well Injured.
THE ONWARD flARCH
of Consumption is
lx . i stopped short by Dr.
W & 7S& I'ietce's Golden Med.
v jcal Discovery. If
you haven't waited
beyond reason ,
there's complete re
covery nnd cure.
Although by many
believed to be incur
able , there is the
evidence of hundreds
of living witnesses to
the fact that , in all
its earlier stages , con
sumption is a curable
t. disease. Not every
. ' case , but a large per
centage of cases , and
we believe , fully 08
per cent , are cured
by Dr. Tierce's ' Golden Medical Discovery ,
even after the disease has progressed so
far as to induce repeated bleedings from
the lungs , severe lingering cough with
copious expectoration ( including tubercu
lar matter ) , great loss of flesh and extreme
emaciation and weakness ,
Do you doubt that hundreds of .such cases
reported tons as cured by "Golden Medical -
ical Discovery " were genuine cases of that
a dread and fatal disease ? You need not take
- pur word for it. They have , in nearly every
instance , been so pronounced by the best
and most experienced home physicians ,
who have no interest whatever in mis
representing them , nnd who were often
strongly prejudiced and advised against
n trial of "Golden Medical Discovery , "
but who have been forced to confess that
it surpasses , in curative power over this
fatal malady , all other medicines with
- which they arc acquainted. Nasty cod.
liver oil and its filthy "emulsions" and
mixtures , had been tried in nearly nil these
cases and had cither utterly failed to bene
fit , or had only seemed to benefit a tittle for
a short time , Uxtract of malt , whiskey ,
and various preparation * of the hypophos-
phites had also been faithfully tried in vain.
The photographs of a large number of
those cured of consumption , bronchitis ,
lingering coughs , asthma , chronic nasal
catarrh and kindred maladies , have been
skillfully reproduced in a book of 160
pages which will be mailed to you , on re.
teipt of address and six cents in stamps.
011 can then write those cured and learn
"irexpetience. AddressWoRU > 's Disc KM-
v MEDICAL ASSOCIATION , Buffalo , N.Y ,
FIVJE SENT GOT TO TBAOH.
Urxlnntlnff UxercUriH4lil nt the Temple
The ordination and graduation exercises
at Temple Israel , Indflentnl to the annual
feast : of Shevnoi , nilrfd that cdlflc this
morning , The cercmtinUs were beautiful In
their solemnity. TJie lerm Shevnos Indi
cates weeks and the ftost Is often referred
to as a Pentecost , or Jlavelatlon ceremonial.
The five graduates , Lnura Goetz , Miriam
H. Hart , May Heller , .MAX Mcrrltt and Han
nah llchfeld , were TnrOe < l diplomas as re
ligious teachers. Tire church was decorated'
with flowers In a limited but artistic man
ner. The musical features were particularly
deserving of the praise received ,
In his sermon Hov. Dr. Franklin said In
substance that be did not believe In the
story of the re4. elation In a literal sense ,
but rather regarded It as an allegory , pro
claiming subjection of man to the rule of
moral law. He believed the message of
Slnnl to bo one of brotherhood and frater
nity. Sectarianism would give way to the
universal Idea of revelation.
Dr. Franklin did not believe that the
people of Israel were God's chosen race be
yond the fact that they were selected sim
ply to spread the knowledge of moral law.
LIKE THE REAL THING.
Prominent Citizen * Tiiko Stn | > < to Urcnnlzo
n ( Imrltv < Ircun.
A meeting of several prominent citizens
was held at the American National bank
building Tuesday afternoon , nt which the
idea of giving a Charity circus was dis
cussed at some length. Klrby Chamberlain
1'ardee. who Is the manager of the project
which has been successfully undertaken In
a number of western cities' , was present nnd
outlined the general plan ot the entertain
The company furnishes the tents , which
cover lx acres , 700 costumes and all the
other paraphernalia , while the performance
Is undertaken by local talent. A flower car
nival Is suggested In connection with the
circus In order to give the women an op
portunity to participate. The circus Is sup
posed to be as close an Imitation ot the real
article as cnn be obtained with local talent
and It Is claimed that the project has been
very popular In every city where It has been
BATTLES MEDICAL SKILL.
Pocullnr Allllctlnn ut ( Irorfjo 1'itwcott of
'I 111 * City.
Accompanied by relatives , George E. Faw-
cett left last night for Chicago , there to un
dergo treatment for an ailment which lias
balllcd the skill of the physicians of this
Something llko seven weeks ago young
Fawcctt was sitting In his father's law ofllce.
when suddenly he felt n prickling sensation
in his leg. ; . Attempting to arise from his
chair , he discovered that both legs were
paralyzed from the hips down. He was taken
to his homo and meJIcil : aid called. . So far
ho has been unable to secure relief. At till ?
time the whole lower portion of his body Is
ile.id. Ho suffers but little pain , and In other
respects Is In good health.
Joined ( ho A.iHciohitrd I'rrKA.
KNOXVJIA.E , Term. , "May 29. The Knox-
vllle Tribune , the leading paper of eastern
Tennessee , has signed a ninety-year con
tract with the Associated Dress nnd has sev
ered its relations with tlio Southern Asso
ciated press. The leiipt-rd wlru nlKht service
of the Associated press will bo extended to
Knoxville on June 1. Every dully news
paper In Tennes'-ee taking telegraphic nuws
report with one exception Is now a member
of the Associated pies.s.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste , and acts
Rontly yet promptly on the Kidneys ,
Liver and Bowels , cleanses the sys
tem effectually , dispels colds , headaches -
aches and fevers and cnicrf habitual
onstipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced , pleasing to the taste and ac-
ccptahle to the stomach , prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects , prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances , its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C0a
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
lOUISVILLE. KY. HEW tO > iK. N.V.
Easily , Quickly , Permanently Restored.
Norvouinea * ,
Debility , and all the train
v ot arils from early errors or
lat * excesses , the results of
oreiwork , tlckueis. vorrr ,
v 'etc. Full strc'igtli , ileveU
jtopnient nnd to.-.cgiven to
qytrycntno and po'tioa
oflhobdly. Simple , nat-
iwte Improiement teen.
Failure lmpcfllhl " .000 referrnres. Boole ,
explanation .tnd prtiufiinalled ( calud ) tree.
rn . , Buffalo , N.Y.
lag lllenjlfhi-i.ln ISO p. book tof a eurap.
.John II.Vii < Mllnry , inw.lMbU N.Y.
Victor it Wocxlburr's facial S ai. p s
Our record of actual and undeniable curei of
SVt'IIILIS li phenomenal. Wo furnliti all mr < l <
tclnes free anil eradicate the polnon from the
y tem In 90 da > s. Cure guaranteed
Hour * . 9:30 : to C SO ; WednetdayB and Satur
days , j. p. m.
THE DINSMOOn nnMCtlY CO.
812 New York Life , Omaha , Neb ,
HAS THE BLUE RIBBON
Prominent People Delighted
While Experts Testify lor
RAIN WATER MAKER
The Great Money Saver.
It Is now only HO days since this great
preparation was Introduced In the
State of Nebraska. Its unbounded
success Is a sure criterion of what this
great preparation will be. People who
used offensive and strong soap powders
have forsaken that disagreeable arti
cle for Itnlii Water Maker , as It Is
k'-uier , easier to handle and does not
urt the hands or fabrics of any tex-
nre. That thU great pieparatlon Is
1'tlzo Winner 1 * evidenced by the fact
hat thousands of the populace are
sing it for all purposes ; the laundry ,
alii and toilet.
lead what thosvi who have used
this article say In regard to It.
The Bluing Works Admirably.
Mrs. Cunningham , wife of W. II.
Cunningham , conductor for the Hurling-
on and Mlssruul Italltoad. and resld-
ng at1121 youth Nineteenth Street ,
: "I hnve never tried anything to
Klik's Itnln Water Maker , and I
lave tii < > d a meat many other prepani-
Ions. It Is undoubtedly the finest
liltig of the kind in the msirket and the
esH l nave. It were more limit sails-
'netory to me. It makes the clothes so
ilee and soft and the water becomes as
soft as the softest rain water. The
lining works admliably in the water
with Itnin Water Maker. I wish to
ivrommond It , because I am only too
glad there Is such a meritorious prepa-
atlou ou the market. "
Kirk's Ituln Water Maker will soflen
the hardest water Instantly ; colored
goods , such as calicos , etc. , will not run
in1 fade in water piepaied with this
great preparation. Flannels and wool
us will positively not shrink , or be-
onie hard when washed with Haiti
Water Mtiker. It will also increase
their ItiMIng quality and durability.
Haiti Water Maker Is never peddled or
-.old In bulk. It is on sale at all
'rocors , a large i' pound package for Uo
Building Up Trade ,
It would be unwise indeed anc
hazardous to our fifty years ,
reputation as reliable tailors
if we allowed ourselves to
quote prices too low to produce
satisfactorily made garments.
Therefore , when you see in
our advertisement the state
ment that the new and lower
tariff on woolens , combinec
with our other well-known
advantages , enables us to
make suits to order from $15
to $50 , pants to order from
$4 to $14 , you may rely on
it that our price quotations
are for good garments.
207 S , I5TH STREET.
CHICAGO. ST. Louis.
ST. PAUU OMAHA.
WASHINGTON. NEW YORK. INDIANAPOLIS.
KANSAS CITY. SANFRANCISCO. MINNEAPOLIS.
llARTFOHU. PORTLAND. ORB. Los ANGELES.
We ecn 1 the marvplonn Tri-noh
Itemrdy CALTIfOO fivo. anil *
U'sol guarantee that CALTIIOI will
KTOC DUrhnrjr * . ( . Ilmlolant ,
CHICK feprrntatorrlicn. \ arlcocelo
and IICSTO1CE I.o t Vlear.
Use it ami i ay < f satisfied.
* ddr jVON MOHL CO. ,
Halo imtrleaa AttnU , ClBflanill , Cklo.
the rails * . >
A shipment of California Wines VV
direct from the wine growers V
spacious cellars on the Pacific
slope , where they have been al
lowed to age and ripen In order
to be In prime condition when N
placed on the consumers table.
Prices ? Oh , yes , wo can please
you. Prompt delivery service.
HENRY I'tfNDT , 7k
Hs , WINP.S ,
and UIU.1KATR3SEN , k
1218 Par num. Telephone 52.
l-mircls and Honor thnn UurrlK ,
I.IIlM nnd c > prei > 8 , Sn rotor thnn n'fes ,
KlMMl l > y the MnrHght. Whiter trmn Illlfo.
Wnkctt by the > un : 1'uror limn dew.
Uiy them. Oh' tenderly Arc the pleilKCn of forirlvenrp" .
O\er the hcrom The * humid chirped In frlduluMp ,
Of the numo tlmtvn tort The jienco nml the | irnr.r
And the cause that was won. O'er the Uroy nnd the Ultif.
llenutlful sentiments. Grnntlcr tlmn tlio grandest nro tlio
i'S of forglVLMicss. What inutorhil ( llfforonoo does It make wlint
rondrt they have traveiwd , tlicy fought for their cause and met tit tlio
entrance gut is of the paradise.
It Is natural that we speak of the Nines , because they grace
our threshold day by day. Hardly a veteran but what wears a blue
suit that doesn't ' bear a Nebraska label.
Six Seventy-l'Mvc for a fully warranted blue suit that IB as
reliable as was the command of General Grant. If It fades no re
treat como In and get a new one free.
Whichever suits best single or double-breasted , with a set of G.
A. II. buttons thrown In.
1-Mvo Dollars for a suit next best. Likely best in some stores ,
but not here. The blue in this cloth is Indigo , but the cloth Is
not pure wool , therefore the color Is changeable , although we seldom
hear of any fading , and we sell stacks of "em.
? 7.u ( ) and ? U.OO Is the smallest quotations wo ever heard of
on these suits. Doubt it ? 1'lenly of opportunities to lltul out.
Tiie old mossbacks who formerly sold
you 5-year- 0
old Furniture and Carpetings and palmed them off as 0t
the latest styles are fee'ing very sore , and those who t
made you pay $7.00 for an artic'e worth $ i ,50 find their
occupation gone. 0j j
Our Little Prices-
Agents for Alaska Refrigerators i
and Jewel Gasoline Stoves.
Puriiisli lour 9I
Our prices are just the sime whether you buy for cash
on Easy Payments. I
I Honest Values. Reasonable Prices. f1
NEW STORY FOR FRIDAY ,
is a story of contemporary human interest written for Thc =
Bee , by
It deals with the romance of a
young Italian girl brought up
in old world traditions and
suddenly intoxicated by the
ozone of American air. Lit
tle Pippette aspires -to be a
new woman but discover in
the end that old ways are best
sometimes and sweetest , too.
Her story will appear in the
Bee , in two chapters , begin t
ning Friday , May 31.
Order in advance of your newsdealer.
EXACT SIZE PER FECTIl
THE MERCANFILE IS THE FAVORITE TEH CENT CIGAR.
For sale by all Flrat Class Dealers. Manufactured by ttie
F. R. RICE MERCANTILE CICAR CO. ,
Factory No. 304 , St. Luula ,
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