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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1897)
TIU3 OaiAlIA DAILY r.1J ; ; iSATUKDAY. OCTOBER 16 1807
Omaha , Oct. 15 , 1S97.
Colorings so softly blended and so har
moniously associated that they are as delight
ful to the eye as the changeable hues of au-
U \ tumn foliage We might easily have raised our
,5\ \ * prices but we didn't.
A "cuts for Me Call's Bazaar Patterns.
MEN'S Men's heavy random
FURNISIIINCSS mixed Undershirts
odd sized5c , re
duced from f > 0c.
lien's nil wool Scnt-let Shirts mid Draw-
vts , $1 00 o fjarment.
lien's line fjmol llnlr Shirts niicl lraw-
. crs , ll.tf ) a fe'irment.
UCII'B llyRleuc Worsted KIccccd Shirts
nntl Drawers. Jl.tt ) anil J1.50 a KJirinent.
Cnrlvvrlclit find Wnrncr'a Sanitary wool
/ Shlrtw nnd Drawer$2M ! n K.irim'iit.
lion's Orcy Wool Union Sultt , 43.00 ana
} 3 M ) ench.
Whlto vvoil Union Suits , 2To oneh.
Men's Heavy Cotton Union Sullst , $123
Men's Cotton luilf ho e In black , brown
nnd Ri"iy mixed , lOe pair.
. Men's black Cotton hnlf hoie , small
hires , 3 pilr for 2 > e , reduced from ISc.
Men's Strnvvltnlt lialf hoau In black ,
black \\Hli vvbltu foot nnd mottled
Kruj's , 2"u n pair.
Men's heavy neimlc Wool half boa1
In black nnd giay , 2" > c.
Mnn'B line N.Uuinl Wool half hose , " > c ,
"we and Me a pnh.
Men's Icnthcr Driving Glove" , $1.CO n.
Men's fine Kid Glovts , $100 and $1.50 n
Foster Kid Olovos , for men , $1.50 n p.ilr.
Men's silk lined , walking Qluves , $1.W
and W W a pair.
Teclc Tien , 15c each , reduced from 23e ,
Men's Koui-ln-liaml nnd How Ties , lOc
each , rediici'd from 23c.
I'UBf > line of Pour-ln-lmnd Teck * , lions ,
Puffs nnd StrliiR Tks , Me ) rncli.
Men's Domct Night Shirts , only Me each.
VEILINfiS Something entirely now in
tlio voilinj , ' lino.
A 2-yard loiif.'th fancy bordered veil.
Call nnd see It , nnd om Veiling I/idlii
will show you how to vve.ti It ; price ,
Wo Tinve also n new line of fancy yatd
leustli bold red vc-lls In aU bln"k , b'.ick
, with white 'Jot" , and white with bl ick
dr t , and In blown and navy , at We ,
COe , CMC , 7ir , T c Jl 00 and $1 50 e.ich.
There nre also \Va h Veils at JtJc , We ,
Me ) , 75e , We , $1 00 and $1 10 each.
We raiiy a full line of Veilings In the
WKW WINTER Selling as wo do , liun-
COA.TS AND dicds of Coats and
CAPES Cn ] > cs ovciy week , on-
nblos us to show soine-
thiiiL , ' now every day. IVtli.ips .vou mny
have hcL'ii In our Clonk tomn < m ono of
the liot days wliunvi > we're mnviluil nnd
dirt not sou < \ictly : what . \ ni wanted.
Come In aijaln , wo luno more1 people to
wait on you now. Our object in adver
tising ont1 ( Jloalcs is to let you Know
that we Know wo li.no tlu > best style
Cloaks and the lowest pilees shown any-
wlu'io , and It only H'litilris joti to visit
our Cloak loom to toinlnce jourself of
Wo have a range of Jackets , both In
p'aln K raey and Curl AHtr.ichan doth ,
beautifully lined with a heavy bistro
sitln' , foi $100. ) frftob , Worth unys\bero
today , $15 < < )
Ladles' reaily-to-wear ili-os * sklrti , new
line just come In , pi Ice * $103 , $1 S3.
. ! .fiO. * . ! 7. , nnil < " . fit }
LADIHS1 AND VcstH. Punts ,
CHII.DRHN'S Combinntlun Suits , in
UNDIiRWHAH fact ovcfj'thlnLr In u
Department. Host ciiuilltios , lovscst
ladles' Fleeced Ribbed VestM and Pants
ill 2jc , Me , 3 for $100 , nnd 30c each.
Laillei Natural Wool Vests nnd Punts ,
Hut goods , Me and 7"e each.
Ladles' fine Swiss Ribbed Wool Vests ,
color gray , 73c each ; extra large sl7e ,
l ndl-V black Ribbed Wool Tlahf. closed
and ankle length , $1 CO pel pair.
Ladles' Kertl Ribbed Fleeced Combina
tion Sulla , Me tind $1.10 per ult.
Ladles' line Ribbed Natural Wool Cem-
blnatlon Suits , button across front ,
? l.iiD nnd $2 00 per suit
Boys' Ribbed Fleeced Cotton Shlrt.s and
Drawers , 2" > c each. . .
Children's Wool mixed and all Wool
Vests anil Pants , Hat goods or ribbed ,
Midi's' I"bbed Combination Suits nt 2-ic
per suit and up.
end there Is a very grave suspicion tnat Mr
Goraldlno has a''did a more M riotis offei.so
to his many other accomplishments In the
line of distorting facts
This suit Is based on the purch 130 by i
Gcralillno of a small citiantlty of cheap
furniture , tbo Iteml/oil bill attached to the
files In the case belugas follows
Two Antique oak clmmbei suites at
J17.50 . $ .V > CO _
Two Antique oik beds $ i " . " > 3 TO
lx kltciicil chairs , ,17'i cents 2 23
Six i.vood arm e-nalrs , $1 .13 730
Pour wlie pIlngs1 $1W ) U 00
Ono Antique oik llat ollico dessk 2300
Total IS" 25
The flics In , the case show that this
furniture was bought by Geraldlne pci-oually
IKcbruary 12 , 1S91 , aivl was shipped by his
order to Lock port , 111 , February 19 , of the
Attached to the other documents In the ease
are the allMavltn of the man who sold tbe
goods , the shipping cloik who shipped them
to him and who afterward piesentcil the
bill , and also that of the credit man of the
firm , setting forth the facts In the case In
the most positive manner and also stilting
that no objection had ever been made by
Gcraldliio to the goods or their time of ship
This case was commenced In the municipal
court In June and was continued for ten
days after the time llrst , et , on tlio icquest
of Geiahllno July ol an atlidavlt for a
< oiitlnuance of sixty days was filed. This
tUIlilavlt was sworn to by Geraldlne and the
statements therein contained are the ones
which arouse the suspicion that the truth
was not adhered to. This request for a con
tinuance was b.ui'l on the statement that tbe
testimony of W H Tamm was very material
to the defendant and that ho would be un
able to proceel without having Tanim's
evidence The affidavit was dated July Ji ,
and atntcd that at tliat time W II Tamm
was In nuropn op a pleasure trip , having
left Boston. , M-iss , July 1 , and would tiavel
about Europn until about September 1 It
was stated that the alllant had made diligent
efforts to learn Tamm's whereabouts by In
quiring ot people who were supposed to
Iviiow where ho was going , but had been uii-
oble to locuto him It was further stated as
TAMM'S RAPID TRANSIT.
"Afllant further says that the said W. II.
Tamm has business In Omaha which must bo
attended to by October 1 and alllant knows
of his own personal knowledge that said W.
Llttlo Clrl the Victim of Impure
Blood Suffered Intensely Until
Hood's Saroapnrllla Cured.
"When tbrcu months old , my little
daughter had eruptions on her face , I
\yas obliged to keep her bands tied at
Highland It was necessary to vvntch her
during the day. She would scratch her-
ecll whenever eho got the clnince , until
her clothes would bo covered with blood ,
Wo concluded to try Hood't ) Sareapurllla ,
because I Lad great fnlth In it , and after
awhile we could see that she \vas getting
better. People often asked ' How did
that child burn her face ? ' and they said
ehe would ccrttiinly be loft with scars , but
she tVR3 not , It is now a jc.ar since she
was cured by Hood's Sarsaparllhi end her
face is as smooth and white and sott
bo that of any child , " Mus. Wiuion
\YKLL8 , Warren , Conn.
N. H. Ho sure to get Hood's because
Is the best-In fact the One True lllood Punller.
Bold by all driipglsti Si , lx for $
ta 11 rii c"f ° Mm Jll s ensy to
flOOU S HlIIS taU-.caa ) to operate , iao.
APRONS Ltulios' Lawn Aprons ,
AND CORSETS long or short , prettily
trimmed with hi'in-
stlU'hlni : liiM'rtlon niul inllH' cinhtolil- -
uiy , at l.'ic' , oOc , ( MLl > c , ? 1.U ( ) ami ! ? l.- . " >
.Ladled all Linen Apron" , wide hem ,
llnlshed with hemstitching , .it Tie and
} 1 2Ti tiicb.
NUISPS und Maids Aprons , made of
J.ivvn , wide hem , Hretells over chotil-
< lei ! . tilmmcd vvlth nuirovv edging , at
I adles' exti.i wide White I > nwn Aprons ,
wide hem , nt ll'c eiich
\V H Style 410 , m.ide of Coutllle , with
Slttin btiipM. bouid bust , two side
steels , lu gitiy , vvhllo 01 black , " at $100
High Tone Corset In o\tia long vvul-t ,
made of gray or black utceii ut Me
HOSIERY Cotton , Flecco Lined , Ciish-
muie , Silic or any Itintl yon
lyidto1 * ' Illack Cotton Hose , high spliced
heels , double soles. I'e i > er piir.
L.uliet black Ciisbmeie Hose , extia
Vll Hie , , it 2 ic pel p ilr
bidbs' llack l-Teeeed Cotton Ho o at
Ke , 3"\ . ' ! foi $1.0) and "Oc pei pair.
UoyV heavy Cotton Hlbliecl School Hose ,
Kuarantced absolutely fast coloi , 2Jc
InfHits black Ca. 'iinere Hose , ppeclul
vulue at 2"o pei pnli
Ladle * ' fast black Ho e , with double toe ,
pole .ind heel , ISc pei pah , a piir lor
Ladles' fabt colored Tan Ilo e , vIth high
hpllced heels and double toci , Ma per
Also a nice line of Ladles' Black1 Cotton
Hose : it 3c ] > er pall
Children1 * black Klhbed Cotton llosa ,
vvlth doublu toe , sole and heel , 13 per
Child ! en'5 Tnst Black nibbed Cotton
Hose , with double knees , only 23c pei
NOTIONS Ladies' ' Leather Belts , black
seal leather , at 5l'c each.
Ladles' Black Leather Helti , 2"f each ,
lumber covered Belt UouKs , uc each
TOILET SU'IS lliush , t'omb nnd Mir-
101 , with heavily glliled bordei , IKIIU-
tlfully painted Iloial design , it J3 . ' 3
llrush , Comb and Minor , with lie avy
Cieiman silver border , Oak centei , with
tiny , $1 M each
Urush , Comb and Mirror , Sliver border ,
with luuid-pflintMl centei In line llornl
rltulirnvlfh % IKoi. ttnx $ . , ftO , .nr li
II Tamm expects to be in Omaha by Octobei
1 , IS'JT "
An a matter of fact , W II Tamm was In
Omaha working on the exposition within two
weeks after thlb allidavit was tiled , appearing
on the pay roll for fourteen days in August
at ? 1 per day. This Is rapid transit with a
vengeance If Tamm was traveling In
I'uropo July 31 he .must have returned by
Hying machine to drop Into .a toft job In
Omaha within less than two weeks.
In the absence ot evidence to controvert
the statements in thoailldavIt icfeired to the
case was continued as requested and came
to trial before Judge Burnham October 9
Judge Durnham Is authority for the state
ment that Geraldlno himself did not appear
and no witnesses were sworn or examined
In the case. I2\en Tamm did not come down
fiom the exposition grounds and give the Im
portant testimony which was to save a judg
ment being rendered against hK former em
ployer A Judgment was rendered in full
against Ger.aldlno , being for $1)3 ) and tbe
costs of the cane , amounting to $1378 , a
total of $108.78.
In this case the exposition management
was gflrnlfiheed and summoned to appear and
show cause why Geraldlne's salaiy should
not bo partially devoted to paying this judg
ment The day for the answer to be made Is
October 23 , and It is a foregone conclusion
that the two assignments to Jo cph Ilayden
will bo Hashed on the court , as was douo In
the case In Justice Fobter' * coiitt.
These are not the only cabes , In which
Gcraldlno's bad debts have been sent to
Omaha for collection. The district court
rocoids contain a case In which Marsh &
flrlgham of Chicago file a judgment for
? 1J5201 , which was obtained In the Chicago
courts , but which lenulns unsatisfied and
was scut to Omaha for collection. This came
ls on the docket of this term for trial.
There aio scveial llrms of attorneys In
this tlty which have claims that have been
sent to them for collection , but they have
advised their clients that It Is useless to
attempt to force the collection of any bills
against Geraldlne , as ho la "execution proof. "
\\ni , OPPOSI : MUM ) ritoi'osmov.
Olllrliilcllini TjlUi-ii I , } the Ccnlinl
l.nlinr I nloii ,
At the meeting of the Central Labor
union last night olllclal action was taken
to opposa.tho voting of $100000 of county
bonds for the Transmlsslsslppl i\posttlon
A communication was read from the Build
ing TiaJes Council , stating that 010 under
standing with the exposition management
could bo reached. It complained that trades
men could not obtain work on the grounds
at living wages , and asked that a levy
should bo mailo upon each union to defeat
the bond proposition
The Central Labor union endorsed the
position taken by the council , and instructed
each delegate present to Inform his union
of the situation. In case the exposition will
recognise union labor the Central Labor
union will reverse Its action and will bo
willing to help bear the burden of the bond
P Sclunohl and Gus Leamler submitted
tbolr credentials flora the Staff Workers'
union am ) were leeched as delegates. The
card of n Llndeman was also accepted
from the Cigar Makore' union.
Police \\Vur Pull I niriirniH.
In noiordaiuo vvllh sin ouler fiom Hie
chief of police yesterday , the police foico
assumed their full uniforms. The only
cluing * made Is fiom tne bloase to tbo dress
coat This Is ii double-breasted nnd heavier
pnrmrnt. which la designed for cold
weather It Is lined with thick material
mid leaches to the knee
n ( Atlanta.
ATLANTA , Gn. , Oct 13 Several eases
of wuullpox bav developed In tbU city
within the past two vveekJ , and atn icsult
the board of health held n meeting thin
morning , nt which It wax decided to begin
eumpul'ory vaccination through ut the illy ,
lie winning tomairew It H nut thoughl
hern that the disease will issume an epl.
demle form , but to puud again t It.s sptead
the bnaidi of healthcleeme \ It wise to take
CLOSE OF KENTUCKY MEETING
Ono of the Most Successful Events in Elue
FAST TIME IH MOST OF THE RACES
.Innlc TVlim K ( > iiliii > k > .stiicli Piirin
MnKcH In Ull I ,
Wot-Ill' * 'It < > - \ eiif
i llnui * llocofd.
LRXIXOTO.V , Ky. . Oct. lu. Today clo oil
tlio most successful meeting in the history
of the Kentucky Trotting HOMO Ilrooilers'
Bssoclation The weather has been perfect
the fields large , the sport clean and nearly
every race hotly contested More than thirty
etakcs and purses , aggregating "over $70000
were contested during the ten days of the
mealing and heats lower than 2 15 were the
exception ; lu fact. In every lace oxeepl ono
one or nioro beats vvero faster than 2.15
Denldes the unfinished 2 20 pacing clr.as
there were three lived events on the cird
toJay , the Stock Tarm purse of $ "i,000 for
2-ycar-old trotters , guaranteed by the Ken
tucky Stock farm Publishing company ; the
Uluo Grass , $2,000 , for 2.19 trotters , nnd the
Johnston , $2,000 , for 2 24 trotters.
The Indiana marc won the unfinished pac
ing race tiomowhat easily , taking the last
three heals of a seven-heat race and reduced
her record to 2 ll'l.
IJmlly had no trouble In winning the Uluo
Grass stakes , with the Gauibetla WilKcs
mare. Kdmmla. second , and Pat Watson
lu the first heat of the Johnston stakes
Dare Devil and Little IMgar fought out one
of the factest and greatest hqatq of the
meeting Dare Devil winning by a scant head
In 200 % . In the second heat Dare Devil
led until well in the strcteh when Little
IMgar forged to the front and won by half
a length with Medium Wood a good third.
The third hent was a repetition of tbe second
end , except that Georglana hail moved up
a little The fouith heat saw Llttlo Edgar
leading until the eighth pole lu the sticlch ,
wlitre Georglana rushed to the front and won
by n head. Georglana led all the way In
the llfth heat and won by a narrow margin
'rom Little IMgai nlth Medium Wood third.
It was ncarlv dark when the three boat
wlni'ess came out for the Html bout and
after two scoies they were scut away to a
gcod stall Georglana took the lead nt the
quarter and with Little IMgar pushUig her
hard won the heat by a seant half length
In thn meantime the Kentucky Stock Farm
stakes for 2-ycar-olda hail been trotted , Janle
T winning handily , ard in the last heat she
smashed the world's 2-ynai-old race record
foi Illllts by making the mile In 2-11 , win
ning Hist and fourth moneys , In ail.litlou to
which Geoige Puller eat tied $100 for being
the bleeder and $ JOO for being the drivei
of tiio fillv. Jtttile T Is bv the Hermitage
stud s'allicn , Dow Rolls , and could have
trotted today In 2 13 Results
riist race , 220 class , p icing , purrfe $100
fthroe bents vestenlav )
ludl in i b m , by King of
He'die ! ( PlemliiK ) . . 2 S 2 1 1 1
Monil , ih g , by M iilborough
( Uivvs ) . , S 1 1 2 3 n
White Ho"ch h by Wll to
Toot ( Cxsiv ) , . 1 fi I 0 2 2
Cllpsptt i , Idlt in OlelCnlRj 2 ri R Cto
Anna Lee , I ) , m ( Hutching ! , ) .1 u ! . " I ro
The Shall , RI K (15 ( lime ) . . . . C I 7 4 Tito
roNhoiimi , b. p. ( Ciutoii ) i n s s sio
i\plolt , r. s. ( ITitlianay ) . . . n 7 fi 7 7 to
Medium , b s (131 ( ick ) . .73 din
Tom Tngg.irt , b K ( Thomas ) dls
Time : J.12X ; 2:11"4 : , 2.uy. ; 2.127i ; 2HH ;
Second rice , the Blue Glass , for 2-10 tiot-
ters , S..JWO :
nmilv. b m , liy Chimes ( Geers ) 111
ndmoiiH , hr in ( Hutehlnss ) 2 t t
Pat Watson b t , ( G.irvey ) : t 2 1
Cttiti , b K. ( Wvlie ) 7 ! > 2
Di Robinson , b B. ( Coohran ) 4 ii C
Dufoor. 1 > f , ' . ( L-\on ) ( i G G
Tuna , b. m ( Walker ) 377
TIiii - 2 U i ; 2ll'/j : ; 2'12'A.
Tbltd t.'ieo , the Johnston stake , foi 2.21
trotters , J2.WO
Geomlini b m , by Alossen-
sen tr Wllkes ( Noble ) G C C 1 1 1
Little IMvu. bl K , by Aica
di in ( Derydir ) . . . . 211222
HUP DC vll , blk i , by Mam-
lu Ino King ( Geei-t ) 1 2 2 fi G 3
Red Star b s ( Dickerson ) . . ? 13 r. " ! io
Medium Wood , b K ( Illld'on ) . " 3 4 3 r > ro
Aikot'atd eh. K ( Curtl ) . .4 , " Q 4 i ro
Lady Medium , b in ( IStir-
elHd ) . 7 dls
ime : 2.0" ) " , , 2-10-1 , ; 2 12 > / - ; 2.12V4 : . 2:11" . ;
Fourth i iee , Kentucky Stock K.n m , purse
$ " ,000 , for 2-veir-old tiotlers.
.Tunic T , b f. , by liovv Hells , dam Nidi
( roller ) 1 1
Duti hm in ( Picture ) , b. e , by Winks
( HutehliiffO 2 2
Charlie Heir , br c ( Nlehol- , ) t 1
Lady Ger.ildine , b f ( Bishop ) Tils
Welnhimn , b o ( I'nglem in ) 5dls
Katie eli f ( Tluiyei ) dls
Time : 2 17U , 2.14
WIM1 II' CHDIH II MMDS r
IXci'lli'tit * > | i rl In * -iilli > of n SiroiiK :
\\linl fiif n' Iliinill < > iii.
CT.DAR HAPIDS , la , Oet 15.-Sp ( eil |
Telegiam ) Between 4.0W nnd fi CO people
nltendcd the carnlv il today. The day was
perfect , with the exception of a strong
wind. The boise races today were excep
tionally fust , and In the lust heat of the
2 : rl trot Hilly Bowman covered the mile In
2 19V , .
Kjec-for-all trot , puise ? 200 ( unfinished
from y esteiday ) :
Aragon , blk , H 12131
Brown DleU , b , K 23212
Jim Stir , Ji. , K. H ' ! n I ! J 3
Silvei Ore. g K 4 4 dr
Time 2 10 , 2 IU , 2.10 , 2 Jl , 2:1S. :
Tree-for-all p ice , pursu J2QO :
Altcrla , b. h 1 1 1
Well Abend , b. s 2 2 I !
GkuU'itoi , lu. K I 3 3
Cedar Hapldb H 3 4 5
Alliance U b. m D & 4
Time 2 14'fc. 2.111J. 2:13. :
2 .13 not , purse $ :00 :
Billy Bowman , b. s Ill
Uo ° e Alleiton , 1)1. ill 2 2 1
Mmnl B , b. m 3 2
A ( Ton btar , b K 3 1 J
Dandy J-ick , blk. s 4 ( ! 5
Iu > B , b. H C 3 G
Time iJ7 , 2 21. iM'1'4
One mile open , nimiteiii" Hairy C. White ,
Cedar Rapids , llrst , H. C , Nutlng , Rnndall i.
stconcl , Ueorse Seveia , Cedar Ituplds , thlid.
Time 2 II 1-3
One mlle ordinal y , amateur : D , I > . 1
KrstomlatsUv , Ced.n Itnplds , Hist , W. H.
Steph.inek , Cedai Jtupld , heeond ; S. 11.
Rowland , Matengo , third ; Prink Connell ,
C'ed.ir Itnplds fourth. Time J-3. !
One nijlc- open , ) ) iofesslonul : T II Cuin-
mlng-s , M.uuiiKO , Hist ; Oeorgo Jleieisleln ,
Omaha , nnd W. Deeaidy , CblcaKo , tie for
second , A. It. Blasslng , Centinl City , third.
Time , 2 .11 1-3.
Klvu nilk' handicap , amateur : John
Broekmaii , Central City (330 ( ynids ) , tlrbt ;
H. C. Nutting. Itundnlln , second , Blid Per-
iv , Centiaj City ( JS'i yatds ) , thlid. Time :
U 11 1-5.
Them was n Btioug wind blowing down
the home stretch , whUh ninde fast time Im-
po slble The foot ball game thin afternoon
bstween I.enox oollegn of Ilopklnton and
the Ceil n Uaplds athletle team vv is the
best ovfi Been on the loeal gridiron The
team * aie evenly mulched and fought stub
bornly for the game , which lesulted In a
HeVeorc. 4 to 4 , each team making a touch
down Neither wan able to kick goal on
account of the wind ,
OimihiiH , Couiu'll lllun'N.
This afternoon the Hint match game
of foot ball Is scheduled to bo played at
Field Club park , Council Bluffs. The two
High s-cbool teams that have met so often
and put up suoh stiff bill in yearn gone
by will again come togolher on the grid-
Iron. There U much enthusiasm on both
hides and the gumo iprotnlses to bo very
Interesting. The name will bo called
promptly at 3 p. m. It will be. umpired by
W A. Plxley.
\riii > ( Mtli'iT llri'iiKN a llcriird ,
NHW YORK , Oct. 15-nrnt Lieutenant
W. A. Wlso .ulived In this city this morn
ing at b 19. having ridden on his bl < yelc
from Washington In ivventy-beven hours ami
thlrty-nlno minutes , ollklal time This
hieulis all lecorda the best pievIgtis tlino
for the dlsumu being : thluy-blx hours , un-
\ \ uli'i'liiii Ciiarnlnu Moi'tliii ; ,
OAV1CNPORT , la , Oet 13-The third day
of the Waterloo cup combing meeting vvaH
pioiluclvo of good sport i\crythliig went
well the w either belntj perfect Good
tie nvv is made with the dlfferint Htukes
on tbo program , and as they near u lln b
the Intel cut growB In iutcnbil > . 7'ic third
round of the Witcrloo cr.p . rcsultfil- Hot
Stuff , DayenftftT . i > it llndk.Mst , Cable , III (
Minneapolis , MIHlu at > ells , beat Mellttn ,
Lnwrenee , Kjh Roehester , Mlnnrinoll * ,
bent Hnppv JftrU Honp > Grove Tex ; Whlto
Ulimond , Shn l.nuts. bent Irfidv Van , St
Ixjuls it loqV < w f the eup will go to SUn.
neni > olls. , ,
The puppies put up good coursliin In the
second round .of the American eoursliiK
ilurbv CrowStch St. Louis , bent I.oid
CJIenklrk Stnt. nils Jennie WIKon , Victor ,
In. belt Rose Trib-o. C-leago ; Glen Chloe ,
Wlntle'd Knn , lieu iMountilu Hello. St.
LouK Coyne * . Alurdren. 3. H , beat Cnr-
tuoilv , St Ixuils. vi.-tor Queen , Victor , li. ,
beit Shamro4K.ihicigo , Ida , Mlnneipolls ,
belt Lulv HcrxLht j. cab'.e 111 , lena Girl
Gllmore City. Jii.b , a free nnd insy. lu-
venport. Hen Itrtlh. Mnneai.iolU. | beat llepar-
tee , ChleaRO.fl'hi w status will be run to a
llnlsh Saturday , and an e\irn event has been
rc IN I
PITTSniJRG. n- -The Hiiltlmorp Hill
club met the All \merlcius here today ami
meie ni1ly defeated. Outside of the bit-
leiy HITO wfts only- one man on the Haiti-
more team In bis rf > gul position The All
Aiiierlc-ins put up a stilt bitting game nnd
eirned their rum , including tbe home runs
by UiMeii ami Collins. Owing to poor man
agement nud lack of inoper udvertli < otii nt ,
only ( XX ) pec-pie attended tV game Score
Baltimore . 9
All Americans . Q I 1 2 0 3 3 1 C IS
Huso hits. Baltimore , 3 ; All Americans ,
i 21 Hrrora : Itiltlmore , 7 ; All AmerlciiH G
1 Umpire : Red Mason
\ \ 111 Slnxil fur Slimier.
At the next weekly shoot of the llurtont
Oun club sides will be chosen by Captains
Cuitli and Watt'for a team shoot at twenty-
live taigets per nun. the losing side to pay
for he tnrgetH nud the anuuil club banquet
and supper which Is to be held on Wednes
day , the 20th !
ItllVM II I'll CCf Ill OMCrollt.
03CiOLA , Neb , Oct 13-S ( ) eelitll H
MeCormue of Omaha lias purrh iscd J. W
Snldei's ji.iror , llnny G paying- goo 1 , big
pi Ice foi him
ri ! < < df n un > .
\KOTA C1TV , Neb. Oct. 13 ( Special )
A ( lie at 1 o'clock this morning , llrst dls-
covcied by Mrs. R n Uvans , destroyed the
building occupied by Attorney Paul Piriy ,
the Dakota County \bstnict company and an
olllco room of Diatrlct Judge It 12 Kvai > 3 ,
the building : occupied by P H Ayies , tin-
Hinlth , and Ki ink Keiley , painter , and the
building occupied by A. L lira } hill's barber
shop The lire , which appears to have been
sot , was ( list teen at the northwest corner
of the building owned by Juilgo Kva and
Kalnel headway BO raplilly tlut nothing In-
< llo the building could be saved , anun ; the
effects being a large numbei ot court papeis
from different counties In Judge Hvitis' ju
dicial dlstilct. The contents of the barber
shop , tlnshop and paint shop were all
raved Insurance was cairled by Judge
I'vans on his building for $100 , and the ab
stract company and Attorney Pi/ey also were
Inauicd The loss to the abstract company
camot be fully estinuted until the two large
safes of the company can be opened and the
condition of the books ascertained.
\OIUC , Neb. . Oct 13 ( Special. ) A nre In
N'oiih York list night destroyed the house ot
S S Ray The loss Is about $130 , covered
by an insurance r.f $150. The origin of the
Ilro is not known Theio I1 id been no fire In
the house for a week , and at the time of the
bla/o the house was vacant , the oeuipant
hiving : moved out ycsteiday morning.
OOALLALAj Neb , Oct 10 ( Special Telo-
giam ) The Q allala mill and giahi waie-
house adjoining , 'binned tills , evening at
3 30 Loss , 15,00,0 , no Insurance It Is
supposed to have qaught Hie from a passing
CHICAGO , pet 13 W. J. Jeffrey , gen-
etal agent fqp till } Denver it Rte Gi.imle
Killic.ul ( omiianv : it St. l.ouli. end brother
of n T Jeffi y , died at his home iu this
city la t nlht Ho has bem In III health
foi some time.
LOXnnv Ort.HT.-Sr ! Chailes TUor-
dnunt. bart , of Walton , Wiirvvlckshlie , is
iLDORA : , la. Dee. n-Spee'al ( Tile-
gram ) Ui. I. Snyder , a > d ' , dlBd th's
nioinlng Het. vvaa i piomlncnt iniinufTe-
tuiei and compoundei 01 piopiietary medi
cines. I '
LONDON. OcUlSv Tne Verv Rev Cbailej
Yauthaii , L ) 1 . . do in of Llauilat since Ib7'.i ,
died at Llandat' thlj evening.
vi , I-\it v.i ; vriis.
C A. Simon of Denver Is registered at the
D C WooJiIng of Lincoln Is stopping at
H U. Penny ot Hiawatha , Kan , Is a
Lee Spratlen left last night to spend a few
days In Chicago on business.
13. Mallory aiid S Hughes are leg'Iateicd
at the Barker from Denver.
Isaac Pay-ton , manager of the Payton Com
edy company , Is at the Darker
John P-etera of Yutsn la Is stopping in
the city on his way to Callfoiula
Prank M Sawyer and W. A. Rcber of Kan-
ias City are registered at the Darker.
W. J. Eddy loaves today for Minneapolis
for a visit of seveial vveckb with bis parents
Judge W R Keiley , ger.eral solicitor for
the Union Pacific , left last night for Denvcn.
Lieutenant Kent of the Salvation army
started yesterday on a short trip to Canon
Miss Mary B. Scofleld , a newspaper woman
of New Castle , Pa. , is spending a few days
in the city.
T. F Maloney of Lenox , la , Is In the city
to let a contract for the erection of a brick
stoic building at South Omaha.
1 , Dlgnell , superintendent of the B & M ,
was In the city yesterday Inspecting the
new depot and the railroad yards.
W H. Thoip , traveling passenger agent
of the Pennsylvania railroad , was In the
city ye.jterday , and left lu the evcmlng for
Mrs W H Bancroft , wife ot the general
manager of the Oregon Short Line , left for
the cast last night , after a shoit visit In
Airs Dr. C. W. McConncll ot Cranford , N.
J. , Is vlhlthiK In the city with her mothei.
.Mrs A iu1 re w McAusIand , at Twenty-fourth
and Fort streets
Mis WelU and Miss Robinson of Bald-
vvlnsvllle , N. Y. , who have been the guests
of Mr and Mrs Peilne for a shoit visit , ic-
turned home last evening.
A. J. Kendrlck , at one time city editor of
The Bee but now ov\ner and publisher of
the Dally Record of Port Smith , Ark. , Is In
the city renewing ° bl acquaintances.
Mrs D. L , Rlko and Miss Falomo Ruder
have been vlMtlng Mra W. P Haiford of
this city for the past week They continued
on their Journey j esteiday to Oregon and
Kobia kins nt tin ; , hotels- . M. Chapman ,
Plattsmouth ; Mlko nimore , Alliance , P. n
Moirlson. Beatrice ! J. P. Kessler , Tekamah ,
J 31. Glllesple , Lakeside ; W. R Gayloid ,
Fairmont ; A. P. Uuckley , David City , J.
Scott , Stromsberg , ,
Dlshop Talbot , Episcopal bishop of Wyom
ing , spent a fqw hours In the city yesterday
en route to tl'o ' .meeting . of the hplscopal
Council , which will be. held soon In Mllwau-
.kce. Ho was accompanied by ( Archdeacon
Johnson and Revs. Bert Foster anl Sherman
Coolldge , the latter a full-blooded Indian.
At the Sllllard'lldward ' Crawley , New-
York ; M Lahr.fcSalti Lake ; William U. Wood ,
Hokton ; D B Jjlldridge , Kansas City , H. L
Talbot , Iloston ; W , 12. Jenkins , St. I ouls ; J
J. Oladivln , Novv , Sork ; J. L. Aron , Chicago ,
R. M Muilaou' ' CJiicago , C. W. Woodward ,
New York , Jofrn TP y and wlfo , Victoria ,
B. 0 , John R Wood , Iluillngton ; Theodore
Wagner. New Vorkj II C. Cooke , New York ;
G. If. Davis , Dubunue , J. P. Newell , Chicago
cage ; J R Clliott , St. Louis.
I YOUR LIVER I
EE May bocorao torpid from exEE
EE cessivo coffee drink hi p. = s
And note the clmngo.
IT MAY ADOPT A NEW CREED
Coming Convention of the Unlvemllst
Ohuroh of America ,
CONVENES IN CHICAGO ON MONDAY
Will H a vi Mui-li
lllr-niiliil < M < HOII
Important Muilm-iM Hi Tritium'I ,
liicliiilliiK tinSubillliiti' rnp
1'ri'Ni'iil Priifrwlo" "
CHICAGO. Oct. 15 The appronchliiR blen-
nlftl coincntlon of the Unlvcrsallst cliureh ,
16 be held nt Chicago October IS to 22 , In
clusive , calls public attention anew to the
standing and tlio work of this Bowing body
of Christian believers. The session now np-
pronejiln Is ono of tbu most Important for
nianj veare In the business to bo transacted
and fho ( itiestlons to bo settled. The con
vention \\111 meet In the beautiful St. Paul's
church , ono of thu moat picturesque bits of
archltccturu In tlio cHy , vvlioto pastors. llcv ,
A. J , Canflebl , D. 1) . formurlj of nrooklvti
Is V. and llcv. J. J. Lewis , the v\ell known
lectuter , havu charge of all arranguments for
entertaining thu delegates and other attend
ants. The convention , according to the ad
mhablo orgaiil/atlon of the church. conslstH
of delegates clicucn b > the various state con
ventions , which In turn are made up of del
egates from the several pailshcs The oigan-
Izatlon of tin1 church Is thus icprrsenUitlvo
In Its form and carefullj systematized Dur-
IIIK the interim between tlio sessions the
afl.ilrs of the church arc In the hands of a
bond of trustees , which has power to adopt
all needful measures for the giowth and wel
fare of the church. The pnsldent of this
board l Hon. John D. W. Joy of Uotton. and
I'a other nic.nbcrs arc the general secietai >
of the coincntlon. Or 0 L ncmarcst of
MnncliLSti'r , N. II , the tlnanclal secretary ,
Hov. Ur II. W UtiKK of 1'iovldence , It ] ,
Dr. 13 C. Swectser of I'hlladelphU , President
C. Hllwood Nash of Lombird university , Illi
nois ; ex-Governor Sidney Porham of Maine ,
Stevenson Taj lor of Now Yoik , llev. Di.
Almon OiinnlBtm of Worcester , Mas1 ; , llev
Ii' John Colemin Adams of IlrooUlyn ,
Henrj A Manning of Chicago , and Harry M.
Fowler of Cleveland , 0.
SOMI : OK irs HUSINKSS.
The biidtnesd which will come before the
convention at Chicago Is various and Im
portant and serves to show the functions
of this body. A Ion ? debate , running
through home tlfteen jeais , toncurulng pro-
fosed rlurges In the "Winchester Profes
sion , " the ueod of thu church , will be cmn-
tlnuccl , and a vote liken on a subatltntc
offered two jeais ago at Maiden , Conn
A proposition linn also btcn mails to tlia i-e
tlio bests of icpiosculation In the uhuicli
glvinf , to eveiy pirlsh one delegate and to
every clergvmun In follow ship a scat In
convention. Some other couslltiitloml ques
tions wlil conio up , and thu Intercuts of the
home motors of the chuidi , as well at
of Its tlouilslilng work In Japan The llnan-
clal pnllcj and Lonilltions of the chut th
v 111 icceive UPUAUI ! attention , as. In com
mon with all religious bodies , the conven
tion has bcra much crippled of late jeaib
by the Inrd times
The convention will assemble at 3 30 p
in. on Tuesday , October 19 It will be
welcomed In an additss b > Dr. Canfle'd
the popular tnd eloquent pastor of the
church which entertains the convention A
response will no made bj the vice pie-il-
dent of the convention , Or Oeoige L Periji
of TJoston well Known all through Now
1'tigland for his work In the "Kvery-Div
Church , " In lloston The co'ivention will
then oipnnbe and the communion service
will bo ob"eived as a soknn and lellglou ?
prcpaialion for the work In hand , by the
pastois of the local churrli , Di Canfleld and
Jli Lewis This , will be followed by thu
" " so-called Hev lr
"occasional sermon. - , by
Arthur G Rogers a billllant and veij able
clergyman , recently of "U'as'ilngton ' , D C
now of Reidlng , Pa Dr i'rgers U tbe
son of IU'v. Guinness Ilogeis of Lcsuioii ,
the famous Crngregatlonal leader In I'ng-
land. The evening session will be devoted
to a platfoim meeting , \\lth addres cs on
themes of social and ethical Interest , by
Henry D Lloyd of Chicago and others
Wednesday will be ( leveled to tbe conven
tion's business , Inc uiliiii ; the Important re
ports of the board of tiustees. the financial
secretarj rnd tlio national missionary
iiirs THE : HELD wouicnit.
The latter offlclal is a uiilquo cluractcr , In
the person of Ucv Q H Slilun , an energetic ,
carncfet organizer , who is ftnni hcd with a
roving commission , which talus him ah over
the countiy , especially In the wesl and south
loiming scattered Unlversallsts Into churches
and pleaching In commui tlcs wheio till *
filth is unheard of Tie overling will be
devoted to denominational Interests nnd Is
announced on the proam ! as "An Evening
with Ourselves " In which there will bo an
addiess by a layman , "To tbe Laity , " an !
by a clctgjii'an "To the Clergy. " Ano'her
platform meeting will close the third day's
session , on which the keynote Is struck In
the proRi'am title for It "Forward " The
presiding officer at ull these sessions will
bi > tbe well l < novvt > Chicago banker , Mr
Chailes L Hutchhibon , whoto devotion to
the Unlversillst church is as firm and on-
tlinRi Htlp as Ills interest. In Hin nuhlln .ind
artistic llfo of his adopted city.
An Interesting feature of the convention
will be the confoiencorf to be held in addi
tion to its icgular sessions on the mornings
of the various days On Monday there will
lia a "lonfeienco of ministers , " led by ono
of the best known pastois in the west , Hov.
Dr. Cium On Wednesday "a conference of
women , " led by Mrs C. uQulmby , presi
dent of the NaUonal Woman's , Missionary
society and ono of the most prominent
women In the church On Wednesday It will
bo a "conference of ? undjy school workers , "
led by Dr. J M Pullman of Lynn , Mass
whoso work In the associated charities of
the country have given him wide icpiito , and
who Is < m expert In all matters pertaining to
Sunday school work. There will bo a clos
ing conference of pastoia on the last day of
the session , and Just prior to adjournment ,
some time on Friday , President Ilutchlnnoii
will give the faicwcll address ,
CONDITION OP THE CHURCH.
The condition of the Unlveisallst church Is
one of prosperity and active growth It
numbers over a thousand churches and some
700 mlnlsteis It has four Jlno colleges-
Tufts , in Massachusetts , St Lawrence , InNer
Ne\r York ; Huchtel , In Ohio , and Lombard ,
in Illinois It uas parish properties above
Indebtedness amounting to nearly $10,000,000
Thu Invested funds of tlio gential convention
amount to $271,000 , nnd those of the various
state conventions and auxiliary societies to
$714,000. In 1SC9 , loss than thirty years ago
nil these funds aggregated less than $50,000
The educational institutions under the care
of tills denomination will aggregate endow
ments of between $2000.000 and $3,000,000
rifty years ago scarcely one of them was In
existence. The mission work of the Unlver-
sallstH U largo and growing llesido that
which Is carried on by the vaiious fetato con
ventions , each In Its own territory , there are
the Pacific coast mission , maintained by the
Woman's Missionary society ; a mission In
the south , with headquarters at Atlanta ; one
In the southwest , with headquarters at St
Louis , both under supervision of the national
secretary , fir Shinn There Is also a flourish
ing mission which has had a good degree of
success , though only seven yearn old , In
Jajjon , and a movement has begun , under
Unlvcrsullst coloied ministers , among their
pec ilo in Virginia. The publishing Interests
of the denomination are largely cared for by
a publishing house in Iloston , with o capital
of $ J50,000. There are valuable auxiliary so
cieties In the church , vU. the Young Peoples
ples Christian union , numbering some 15000
mombeis , and the Woman's Missionary so
ciety The denomination Is ( irobably the
most advanced of any In America In the priv
ileges It concedes to women , as all ltn col-
jeges aie co-oducatloral. and Its theological
sihoola as well , and there are over iifty
women already licensed or ordained ID Its
tMiuii'vnoum's : TTvsT sussiov.
CoiiiinlhxIiMirrN Ail Join a lo Mci-l In
( iritiHl HuiiliU In Ihflh ,
NHW HAVEN , Conn , Oct 15 The eighty-
sQventh annual meeting of the American
Hoard of Foreign Missions adjourned tuday
to meet next year In the I'lrfit Congregativna ]
church at Grand Rapids , MIth
The preacher of thu sermon for the next
annual meeting l Ucv It S Meredith , t ) 1) . .
ot UrooWyn , with Rev George C Adonis of
San Francisco as Alternate
The business of the closing session Included
several Informal reports from various foreign
missions. by llcv Mr Green of
the Japane o mission. llev. C 1)
Marsh of the llulgarhu mission nd
Rev. Mr. Ilarrelt of the Turkish mission
The report of the committee appointed lat
vear to consider an amendment to the ohm tor
by which women could be cloned to the board
as corporate niembp s left the question s ill
open. It Is the Judgment of the committee
that the bmxrd Is entirely and perfectly competent
potent under Its pivsont charter , without
amendment , to elect women os Indicated
Other Informal addresses were follswed by
a firewcll addtess by llev Watson L Phillips
of this city , and President Lamson responded.
citiMsi : run run \n\ii SMM.I. .
( MIlciTi iif llrolln-i-liiMiil of SI.
HUPFALO , X. V. , Oct. 15 St. Paul's
chuich was filled with members nt the
Brotherhood of St. Andrew this morning ,
whnu holy communion was colebifltcil. HI
llev. IMward Stuart Talbort Lord , blfhop
of Rochester , was the celebrant , assisted
by llev J. A. Regostcr of Buffalo and llcv.
C II. Coles , seorctary of the Drotheihood of
St Andrew In the West Indies. The services
hated from G 30 to l o'clock The audience
was composed entirely ot men
Picsldcnt James L Houghtallng called
the first bu'liios * session ot the Hiothers of
St Andrew of the United Slates to order
at the Music hall at 12 30 p in The Cimi-
dlau delegation mot at the same hour In
Concert lull In the same building Com
mittees on resolutions anil nomination of
council having been appointed the report of
the council giving a resumeof the work
of the oillcoiR during the last year was
submitted. 'It ' shows a slow growth , the
number ot chapters being 1,22(1 ( In 1S9 * , as
against 1,171 In 1S9C Spiritual growth and
an Improvement In the personnel of tlio
membeishlp and ofllcloncy In work woiu
claimed. The report was adopted as was
the report ot the treasuier which fol
At this juncture the greeting of the Cana
dian biothers was presented by a committee
composed of lit. Rev. Philip Diimnulln. loul
Mshop of Nlagata , and Judge Sengler of Ou-
President Houghtallng appointed as a com
mittee to convey grcetliu-a lo the Canadian
Brotherhood lit Rev. II V. Saltcrlce 1) I )
bishop ot Washington. D. C , and G. Hany
Davis of Philadelphia
A lesolution was adopted pledging the pio-
cecds of the self-denial fund for the llrst
week In advent to the work In Japan Prof
Woods of Hav City , Micli , who la soon to
go to Japan as the reprrecnlatlve of I he
brotherhood , addressed the convention He
was lollowed by Mi Ochla of Toklo , Japan a
student at the Western Theological seminary
at Chicago , In a biief talk upon the woik In
Ms native countiy
The report of the committee on bible class
r "nns was rhnii Biibmit'cd and approved
When the business session closed the f ana
Han dclegitps appcuol In the convention
li.l ! and ( ho Intetnaticnnl convention w i-
resumed In general conference session Most
llev rcnos Nuttal D. D , aiehbishop of
Jamaica. anJ picshlcut of the brotherhood In
the West Indies , entertained the delegates
with a few remaiks At tbe noon houi prav-
crs foi the missions of. churi'li and thi
ll otlierhood of St. Andrew were read by
tilt ? lit Rev. Dr Leonard bishop of t'tili
lion John II Fatiro oommlsslonei of chari
ties of New Yoik City.vis designated as
temporary chairmin. while President HoiiRli-
tillng delivered his opening addiess , entitled
"The Drotheihood of Mm and His Work"
The addiess gave much attention to personal
ouiity Hefcirlng- temperance , Mr. Hougb-
lalirE sa'd ' ' " 1 Into to meet a brothelhoi > d
man with a smell of liquor on his breath
Temperance however , does not refer only to
It is orobable that the next convention will
bo held In July 01 August , ISIS Haltlmoio
seems to be most favored for the city in
which to hold the convention
Most Rev. Unos Nuttal , nichbishop of
Jamaica , o.iencd the afternoon session by the
reading of prayers. G 11 Paikin , LL U ,
pilncfpU ol1 Up.jei Canada college , Toronto
presented a napct entitled "Boyhood and Its
"Manhcod and Its Rcsnonslblllty , " was dis
cussed In an address by lit Rev. Thomas U
Dudley , 1) D bishop of Kentucky. Speaking
cf the responsibility of American citi/c.ishii ) ,
Ilishnp Dudley said "I mean to vote at every
election , not that I am a naitlsan I dnn't
know that I have any politics , but because I
am a man"
The session concluded with prayers and tlio
benediction by Archbishop Nuttnl.
Section conferences \\cre hold , at the con
clusion of tbe afternoon session , at which
subjects we'e discussed as follows"Cm -
ploy ers and Employes , " leader , W R Ster
ling , Grace church Chicago , "Chaptei Meet
ing1 ! , " leader , Joscch II Ilinett St James
church Chicago , "ntble Classes , " kadei ,
lames Stewart St Mai tins chuich , Montreal ,
"Tho Woik of Iloys , " loadei , i : L Mlllei ,
Chuich of Holy Ap stlc-i , Philadelphia.
"Home and foreign Missions , " leader Rev
Robert Paddock , general traveling secretary
Church Students' Missionary association
Divorn Tilt : n\v 'io MISSIONS.
VCMI- Hits lli'cn ii il'riiMiieroiiH One for
( lie ClirlNliiin Churcli.
INDIANAPOLIS , Oct. l.T 'Ihe forenoon
session of the National Christian church
convention at the Central Christian chuich
was devoted to the department of Chris
tian Women's Hoard of Missions Aftn
devotional e\eicl cs Mrs C N. Peni of
Indiana delivered an address of welcome , to
which Mia S II. Staher of Texas responded
The committees were then , announced and
the president , Mrs 0. n Durgi'ss , delivered
hei annual addiess , Reports of the secre
tary , treasure ! auul committee 011 leallola
The secretary's leport allows 1,003 aux
iliaries In the United States , with an aggre
gate membeishlp of 30,307 , anil contribu
tions last year of $55,150 in India , Jamaica
and Mexico there ore twenty-six mission
aries at wmk and thirty others doing special
woik In this country.
The trcasuior's report showed total re
ceipts for the year , including a balance of
$5,1U7 at the beginning of It , of $72,723 , and
dlsbuieeinentH of $68,728 $ , leaving a balance
The report of the Homo Missionary so
ciety of the' church to be madu to the con
vention will show that the society repre
sents over 1,000,000 communicants. The
total missionary offerings for the year ag-
giegato ovur $ rjOO,000. nearly all of which Is
spent In the United States The last jt r
has boon the most suciessful In the society's
history , more than $1J,000 In excess of any
previous year having been raised , bilnglng
the total receipts up to $10 ,22J The For
eign Clnl.stlan Mlcalonaiy society has work
ers In India , Japan , China , Turkey , Afiica ,
England Norway , Sweden * nd Dcnmaik.
There aio nearly 5,000 clilldiru In the Sun
day sch ols and over 1,000 under In
structions In the day schools.
Among those who will speak at the con-
ve'ntlon are John Henry liairows , Chicago ,
Dr. II. \ \ ' . Everest. DOS iMolnes , Itov J P
Pinkerton Springfield , Mo ; Itov. Wallace C.
Hayne Philadelphia , and Rev C. D. Now-
Ilcliliif , ecnly , bleeding ] ialm , elmptlct nalln ,
and painful linger emJ , jilmpli-n , liljclhmdc ,
oily , mothy eUu.dry , thin , und falling lialr , Itcti.
Ins , c/ily / Bculpe , all yield quickly to warm Uatln
vflth Cuncum BOAI * , nnd inliu a ulnliiii |
with COTICUBA ( olntiuont ; , tbe great MklD curu ,
holt I'ropi , UoiUn
-Jlow lo lrt > 4uct Eon. Whin Hindi , " fitc.
in health ti
tv the n.ni
sin of "love1 *
5 < > uttj dteatn"
than nov.thitii !
cl'e iu tlic
wltle vuitlil A
tucil not hope
to tnaVt * n lnn-
Itand linplij if
nud di ieise of
nine ami tbe
tnlu of evils
ob ctire doc
tor , when n jounpr wife comiilaius of beiue
nervous , fretful , ilespontleut ami troulilcil
with bcailaches , pains in tbe back mid siiU-s
and abdomen niul ' shootitij : pains , " atttlh
utcs these bad feelings to stomach liver or
beatt trouble If , liv n lucky chance , he
hits upon the tight catt c , vv Inch is most fte
qucntly vvealvtiess or disease of the femi
nine organism , lie will insist upon the
offensive examinations and local treatment
fiotu which cverv modest woman shrinks ,
When .1 woman suffcis iu this way she
should consult in person or bv letter , some
eminent physician who bus the wisdom and
experience to know that these fondles are
easily cured by the right teme Iv , without
offence to modesty lr K V Pierce has
been for thntv. jears chief con Milting phy
sician to theInvalids' Hotel and Sutpical
Institute , at Huff.ilo , N Y , one of the lead
itiK medical institutions iu the wotld
Manj" thousands of women have used his
" 1'avorite Prescription" who vCcie phxst
eal wrecks and who are now h.tppy wives
with happv husbands Honest drnptistq
will not offer something eKe in pliec of
the fuiious " Kavontc Prescription "
" After having been inntricd nine vents , having
good health generally , and no tliililii.ii I con-
Milted veil in regard to mv COM ' v\rllis Mrs
Virginia A I'luirnton of llnllocn Clnttnhoorlice
Co ( > a ' I received prompt rcplv viltti dluc-
tii > Msn > ru hiiM < iiirniciliriiir wlikb I n > llo cd.
AlU-r taking ten Ixitllesof Dr 1'lcrcc s Tavorite
I'reicription I happily found mv-elf in nil ex-
pcctnnt stnte nnd lu due time gnMbiilb Inn fine
nihy Rirt * > tic i * two \cnis nud a half old nun ,
nnd is henlthv nnd ( .it
Constipation' " Ililioitsuess" ? That
" ahead " Piercc'sPicas-
means "danger Dr -
1111 Pellets are n sure- cure
Life-like pictures of
the great women of the
day , and interesting1
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