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2 OMAHA DAILY BEEi .WEDNESDAY * ' NOVEMBER 17 , 188(1 (
PLEADING FOR PROHIBITION , Sam Jonas Talks Anti-VThiskey to a Unlf- Pro2en Half-Thousand. PERSONAL LIBERTY ADVOCATES. They UcloiiR to the Devil's Chain Gang The Science of ttio llcnrt Last. Nit-Ill's Sermon Stop Drinking. Snin's Small Amllcnco nnd Talk. Thcru wcro : ibout live hundred people in tin ) exposition building last evening at the Sain Jones revival meeting. The number made but n small speck In the vast auditorium. The building was chilly and the presence of but n few ladies ren dered tlio place doubly uninviting. The female choir of last choir was ab sent from the stage , find in its place was arrayed u number 'of young men , who did their best to assist in the musical ex ercises. Mr. Maxwell , the gentleman who has been conducting thu musical exorcises , did not mtiko an early appearance. Ills absence was occasioned by fatigue and liotirsonoss , nnd in hiH stead was Air. Ex- cell , whoso conduct of tlio 11111810.11 fea tures differed from Mr. Maxwell's in Unit it appealed more folicitiousl.y to the muaijre aggregation of worshippers. An iiidelinlto number of hymns wcro Htmg , some of which wcro rendered by the choir , and others by thu audience. Thu stage had about t lie same number of clergymen as it contained Monday night. Mr. Joplin , secretary of the V. M. G. A. , intulu an appeal to the audience to con tribute in the collection so liberally that tine amount realized might put to sli.ime the larger audiences which had earlier in the week contributed so mciigorly to the revival fund. Mr. Will Tabor presided at the organ with his usual skill , and rendered in valuable service to the vocal exercises , Mr. Sam'l Jones : it length appeared. He looked oven more fatigued ilum he did on the preceding evening. In speak ing he adapted his voice to the si/.e of the uudieneo which he was addressing. When ho raised It beyond .strength necessary to bu heard by those farthest from him on the lloor , ho showed in a slight manner the effect of over-exertion and : i slight cold. Ilo spoke as follows : t believe God will bless a congregation ot people who will como out tluou h such weather ns thlsonsucli anight. I don'lbellevu them is a man who walks the earth that 1 would have Rene out such a nlirht as this to hear him preach , linn surprised to see so many hero such a nl ht. and now let us enter Into this service to bo blessed by this service. tSuroly wo will not come out through the B tor in and snow of this night without u bless- Jnjj from God , and wb Invite your attention to thesn words : " 'If any man will do His will ho shall know ot the doctrine , whether it beef of ( led or whether I speak ol myself. " These were tlio words of the Lord Jesus when ho was surrounded by the sharp , shrewd I'lmrl- sces and the cunning , calculating Saddueos , nnd the learned doctors of the law. They were questioniiifj him , they were probing him , they wcro dissecting every utterance of his lips. Hut Jesus , knowing their thoughts and knowing their doubts , said , "If any man will do the willot'tiod he shall know of the doctrine. " Ho throw the caiintlot down at their feet and challenged them to the test. Now all other sciences art learned with the head. The sci ence of astronomy , the science of astrology , the science of iieology and the science ot mathematics , all those sciences uro learned with the head , but the .science of Christ cruel- lied is a sciKxon OF TIII : IIKAIIT. I grant you this much. In any ago a man who proclaimed any wonderful truth to thu wotld met with opposition. When ( iallleo discovered that this world rotated on its axis ho was arraigned and convicted und pub lished to the world as the liro.itest heretic of the age , and yet , as ho retracted and walked out trom that august body , ho f aid. "And yet the world rolls on. " And to-day 1 bo- fi eve every human being In thisclvillzcd land ielle es In Galileo's doctrine except the Itov. 3Ir. Jiuspar , of lEichmoiid , Virginia , am' ' ho clings to It that the 'Sun do move. " I suppose ho is Iho only hu man be Inc. in America to-day that docs not bollcro iiKinllleoaiul his grand discov ery. When Watts discovered that steam had power unlimited ho was arraigned at tlio bar of Hamburg , tried and convicted as ono of the greatest heretics of the world. And yet when Kultoii constructed his engine , or Stev enson , anil the engine was nred up until thu Kaugu Indicated so many pounds ot steam , and the engineer pulled the throttle open and the engine riHhcd elf , the Inlldel world looking on said : "Jt Is true. It is true. " When llarvcy discovered that the blood circulated from the heart to tno extremities and back again , men sil : < l the earth may ro tate , them may ho power in steam , hut hero Is 11 man who tells us that the blood circulates i'rom the heart to the nxtromitics und buck again. And they tried him and convicted linn as ono of the world's greatest heretics. And yet to-day as soon as a phv- Rlcian walks into my sick room ho lays bin linger on my puls-o and tolls the nature ot my disease and determines my sickness by the motion of my pulso. Wo re- panl llarvoy to-day as ono of thn woilu's grandest discoverers. When Morse discovered that ho could sit n Iiundiedmiles from a friend and hold n pri vate conversation with him on a wire with one hundred miles Intervening , then iniidul Immunity looked on and bald the earth does rotate , and blood does circulate , and thcic is power In steam , but l.cru is a man who tells us tliathocim tall ; to a triend one hundred miles distant from him. And ho was ar raigned und convicted us one of thowoild'rt grandest humbugs. And tluuo Is not a little uoy now in town but that knows that he can go Into the Western Union ollico In this cily and hold a cniivciv.illon with a man sitting at the ticker in iho city of Liverpool or Lon don. All opposition to these grand dlscov- cites bus died away long ago , lint Jesus , eighteen bundled years ago JIAni ! TllliOllAXI ) IHSfOVKIlV that his blood could clcaiitiu lioin sin and his grace could s.ivo men. and that blood has benn washing tlio nations for eigh teen hundred years. And yet to-day I hero nioas many inlidels in thn world as theio were In any airo of the win Id's history. Why is thlbV It involves something more than the mere agreeing that then ) l.s power In steam , that there is truth in blood circulating , Hint there U truth in thn idea ol thu earth's rotat ing. Anil u man c.in believe that , and tliink all the whisky , ami tell all the lle.i. und have as many wives as ho pleases , but when u man believes Hint Jesus Christ's precious blood saves him Uom sin , he cannot drink any moru whbky , and ho cannot tell any mure lies , and ho cannot client his neighbors anil dotraud his creditors. Yon say that faith in Je.-itu Christ piecludcs thu Idea , and 1 Hay If the belief In thu truth ot Hie science ot mathematics Involved the fact that you could not drink any whisky , tlieie would bo hun dreds of pcupla in Omaha to-night who would not tiellovu in the science of mathematics. VUien you talio Christianity as ttue , .slid Kiy i believe it , ft involves the fact that I give myself to Cod mull eschew all the wron. . A nil there U thu great dilllcnlty with humanity. I never mid any troublu gettiiu a man straight if ho was willing to milt the \\roug , and who * aid lie was willing to mut everything that is wiouir and ally himself with the right , ilut these men that want to have their own way nnd talk about personal llbeily J And of all the consolidated , concentrated humbugs of tldfi nniver&o. It Is Iho man who will get up and talk about sumptuary laws. Jlo means consumi > tuury laws. He wants the blessed .piivlleL'oot consuming everything that lU-sh could desire. Jlo lwllcves in everybody prac ticing a consuinptuary law. A non-sump tuary law HUMUS u consuniptiuiry law. IVr- sonal libeity , which gives u man thu right to liruak his wife's heart and beggar Ids child- ifn ; who wants such liberty as that ? 1 hear u man talk about personal libeity ; hu has got no preacher to lord It over him , and no church to boss ( dm. Ho is a frco man. 1 get within ten feet of him and hear the chains tattling. Uo be- lOJlfc'S tO THit : > KVIl4S fllAIN CIAVQ. lie has cot liberty to get drunk aiul maKe a brute of himself ; tie lia * license to bo : i liar , If ho wants to. rtml tirofrtno tlio name of Go < l nsiuuclins no Ilkcss Iichas cot the liberty to bo licentious. Uuinembor , there Is n fcrcat dcnl of difference between liberty nntl license. Liberty means tlio privilege of dolne rlilit ; llcpiino means 1 nave jot ; now the power tote ( to wrong. That Is It. Von never heard of n iieihon nskliiR lor the liberty to sell whisky. Mo wants n licence to sell whisky. Did you ever lie.ir of n notiM ) of Ill-fnmo wantlnulib- nrty to run tlio house. Xo ; they always want a license. License means I want you to crant me the power to do wrontr ; liberty means the power to do rlilit. ? When wo con found these two words wo have made n mis take that may cost us our Route.Vo have made a mistake as lonz as eternity. The privilege to do rl l't ' , that Is liberty. 1 was talking ton man some tlmo ago. Ho said , "Jones , 1 am a frco man. " 'N ell , " snld I. " 1 will tell you , If you had walked up and slanped me on"my Jaw , and nursed luelo my face , and conn nlone. and staid sober and mippoitcd your family and dona rlalit , I would have thoiiclit ten times PS mueli of you an ] do , but you lm\o KOIIO with a boot- heel and stimiicd the lift1 out of your wile's heai t and the blood out of your family. " Talk about freedom , Cod deliver me from the treed nir. that lets mu butcher my homo and taiully and makes my Irleuds us pud HI death. Who L-ives a man thn rl 'lit to do that'.1 IVr- soual liberty 1 That Is what Is the matter with this country. Personal liberty I That means communlfim ; and when every man coinmcnees to do just as ho pleases , you have the worst form of anarchy mid communism * that ever was contracted. And when a com munity enters Into a compact each man glvus up certain privileges and certain lights for the peed of the whole. And when ho outers In a compact ol society he l.s wllllui ; to leave olT every thing that will harm -society and that will In * sure beuelits of KOOI ! to this community. Civil liberty means nothing more than that I have civoo up certain ilshK thai I am enjoy ing a liberty that brlnus irood to the | > eople. lint no man can do a thinp that wrongs so ciety without Hrsl iottlni ; the llcon.se , but 1 blame you for u'iviim Inem the license. Sii | > - IXISD wo hail n mayor and alderman In this city of Omaha , and the mayor hud two sons nnd each aldcriimu had two sons , ami sup. pose a bur keeper was to come up and say , 'Mr. mayor , you and the alderman I will Siva yon a Sl.U.W apleco for a lici'iiso to do- Uiiucli your ten boys. " The mayor and alder man ol this town would kirk that mini out of Ilio board muetiiii , ' . You come hero and otfcr mo a 810,000 to makoa drunkard out of my boyiiud ruin him forever. Why , sir , It is an insult ; every license they Krunt Is for the piivilcKO of DAMNING 8OMI ! HOY IS TOWN1. It may bo sumo mother's hey or some father's boy , and it may bo poielmnca their own children will bo swout oil with tlio fear ful tide. 1 say that Christianity not only de mands that you nssKtit to tliiuirs tiial are trno but It also demands that you clvu up the things lliat Christianity condemns and come lilai a man and sham tlio bonelltsof the atonement of .losus Christ. A man is a Christian just in proportion as ho assents to the Until of the atonement and lives himself up to the truth ot tlio atonement. Now , hero is a grand proof. It has got more witnesses to-day to the truth of its own power to save than every oilier proposition In the universe. Look at the millions to-day , look at the two hundred millions that stand up and .say that the blood of Christ lias power to save sinners. It lias been saving them bv the millions. It saved my mother ; it saved my fattier ; it bus been Having millions for years , and hear 1 am lost myself , and all God askH me to do Is to commit myself to his saving powur. That has saved to tlio utter most all that have come to ( Jed through his atonement. If any man will do the will of God ho shall know of the doctrine. Now I say thatCHWSTIAIf CHWSTIAIf ( TV MAY HE TF.STKI ) just like anything else may be tested. Tlio science of mathematics lias been demon strated as a true science. Suppose a man doubted tlio truth of tlio science of math ematics , and ho would say , "Jones , now demonstrate to mo that mathematics are true. " and 1 say "twice two are tour. " Ilo would say , "Now Jones do not bo silly. Give me n propjsltion thai will demonstrate the truth of mathematics. " 1 would say , "six times six are thirty-six , " and he says. "Jones do not talk your silly talk. " I said "I see you are a man who demands some example. Come over with mo to France. They are co- ing to tunnel the Al.s | and they want to begin - gin on tlio Switzerland side and on Franco's Hide ; they want to go through tlio Alps witli u hUhwav. Mathematics says If you want to go tluough there and begin on both sides at onoo I will show you whore to heir n and I will direct you throuu'li the dark heart of that mountain. The engineers tot their in struments and the index linger points to a place where tlio lirst spade of dirt shall uo removed. They work on and on until thou sands and thousands of dollars are expended and months and months otlmo are ex pended , and now they begin to wonder , sup pose mathematics maKe a mistake. Millions uro sunk rluht here but mathematics says yon can bank on me ; yon can trust me ; I will tiring you together riu'lit in the heait of that niount.iin. When the Fanco's side was sitting down at dinner Switzerland side nicked up their tools and went to work after dinner and Francis heard the rumbling of the picks and they picked up their tools and went to work , and in tiftcen minutes the middle wall fell out and they struck one the other to tlio hundredth part of an inch. Now , brother , Christianity can be demonstrated on just that principle , and right now I will show you. There is a blind man. lie was born blind. This earth could never touch a case like that. Jesus looked on the blind man , took some of the earth and moistened It with sDittal and rubbed It on the blind man's eves and said 1:0 wash yourself In yonder pool ; ho went to tlio pool , washed his eyes , and saw trees and rocks and mountains and waters that ho never saw befora. If any man will DO TIM : wu.i. OF HOD ho shall know the doctrine. What Is the will of God ? Cease to do evil , learn to do well , that is the will of God. "Let the wicked man forsake his way and tlio unrighteous man his thoiuhts and como to God and ho wilt abundantly pardon. What Is tlmwlllof ( Jed ? Uepunt and bo converted. What Is tlio will of God ? That wo should all be holy and we should quit the things that are wrong and tlo the things thatarc right. If any man will do the willet God let him get In tlio road to heaven and inovo olf. If. you want to be a Christian , God wants 3-011 to bo one. If you want to lie Havcd , God wants you to bo saved. If you want to bo saved from sin saved In heaven , God wants you to holn you. All that God can do with you i simply como and meet the conditions of salvation and you are a saved man. If any man shall do the will of Goil ho shall know the doctrine. I remember oncit a little Incident which Illustrates the points we are on to-night. I remember that ( luring a revival mcctliiat ono of my churches , them was a man who was a BOUT or CIIKOMC MntniNKit. Ho had been a mourner lor lilteen vc.irs. Ilo wanted to bo lollgloiH. Any meacher could stait a meeting with uccrialnty that ho would have one. Ho was the Hist ono to come every time. When I started my meet- in ? ko was my lir.st mourner and about the thlulor fourth day of the meeting , I knew him. 1 f.aid , "Mr. Nester , they tell mo you liavo boon Iji'epinir this tlilnij up lor Jil'teen year * , do you want tn bo a Christian' . " ' Ho wild , "Yes , I do. " "Well , " said 1 , "to-night when the church Is opcm-d , you walk up and join , fjlvo your lieart to God. " And hit said. "lam never going to join the church until I get religion.1' 1 said , 'Mavo vou not tried It onyournlan for ten or lilteen years without Mieci'ssV Aiul ho said , " \ ts : , " and that ho was guiim to stick to Hand tnat ho wasn't Koisiz to join the chinch until ho got religion , To my Hhtiiiilshiuonl Hull nUlit when i opened the church ho walked up and joined tlio church. I said "Mr. Nester , have yon got luiigion , " and ho said , "No , I am willing to do any way to got it. " J'hu next day I invited him to dinner with me. I was well acquainted witli him and llvi'd near him. Alter dinner Ills wife anil mine walked over to a neighbors nnd lelt us with the children to manago. 1 h.ild , "Mr. Nestov yon wnteh tliu children and lead tlio papers and I will go and Ho down and hleep an hour or so.- ' I wont in and laid down n ml when I woke ho was as happy as ho could lie. "I liked to have wakened you up a while ago , " hu said. "God saved mo ju t now and 1 am just as happy as 1 ran bo and 1 wanted to go all over town and tell It , " Audi said how was It. and ho said "I was reading this paper and got saved. " Hit said "I was reading of a poor sink woman , and slu' committed herbeif to fiod , and 1 turned uiid mid 1 liavobcon a poor sin-sick man for twttnty years , and tlio joy of peace leaped into my soul. 1 said , "Mr. Nosier , on my plan you could mind eight children , iciil the yourself up - - . dono. That Is the thn thing God wants us to do. If uny man willdotlie will of God ho shall liium'all the doctrine. Jf you will do the bes-t tiling yqu Know how to do God will incut you half way , L don't care what gort of n nmu i'was.or how J lived. If I had .an op portunity 1 would stand up nnd confess Christ every tnltuite , and then quit ovcry- - to myself everything that was right. 1 know there area peed many. 1 know there nro a great many who believe that itKT.imo.v ts A. vr.nv MYSTr.mot'n TIIIVO * and you would have to cot Into the great mystery to get It. Kellglon Is simple , and God's terms are simple , and all ho wants you to do Is to walk up lIKe a man and say I swear eternal allegiance to the right and give myself to Tlmo from this moment I heard Sam Small onto explain this doctrine of roeticr\tlon. lie said Roma of us had a good deal trouble about this second end birth. Ho nays 1 think HKTC nro analogies that will explain that Ho say.1) there is a German , a Frenchman , and an Englishman. They come over to America , they taku the oath of allegiance to tlio United Slate * . They sever their allcslanco with Grrmany , Franco and England. They take the oath , they renounce their allegiance to Germany , Franco and Kntrland , and anew now man Is born. Ilo says three months airo I walked up to God nnd renounced the devil and n Christian was born to God. There Is no trouble about It. The trouble Is you wont take It. Christianity loan Intelligent thing. Clirlstiiinanity demands Intelligent action on your part. It l.s the denouncing ol every thing that Is wrong and doing every thing that Is right. Trusting every thing to Christ , whoso blood bought for you veliulon. If any man will do the will of God ho shall know the doctrine. That man sit ting out there says lh.it If I llnd tlio bible tnie 1 will irlvc myself to Clod. 1 cannot bc- llovo It. Suppose that I should my that the Uock Island runs to Chicago In ilt'tecn hours , suppose that I should I was on tlio train when it ran through In liftecn hours then ho should say you have been the victim ot deception. 1 tell you it don't run through in nfteen hours to Chicago. You say you don't believe , como and get on the train with mu and I will show you. Wo would say , 1 have not the money to pay my faro. I said If you will go I will pav you for your time , and ho s.iys 1 can't co anyhow. YOU AUK A. oiti.vr : mo IIUMIIUO. Hero Is tlio sinner ; L look at him and say thcro is nothing in your condition that will hinder you being saved. 1 know what 1 was once. I am talking about and know that Jesus Christ saved mo a Dinner just like you. Von will say they have played deception on you. i nay no , they have not. 1 know that Ho saved mo. My brother , let mo help you to Christ. It reminds moot a Iriend. I sav to him ( hero Isabrlglit lig.it over the hill , and ho says L don't bcllevo It. nnd I says cumo and L will show It to you. Ho wont go , but 1 catch hold of him and pull him to the top of the hill. When I get him whcro 1 can sen the llirht ho turns his head around , and when I turn his head back he puts his hands over his oycs , and when ho takes Ids hands down lie shuts his eyes. There are many sinners that move op these Hues. 1 never saw an honest man searching for God but what lie found Htm. Just as sure as you hunt for God in eai nest , you will llnd Him. Talk about doubt ing the truth of ielliIou. ; Can you make me believe that I didn't have on u coat or shoes ? Vou might umko mo believe 1 am not in Omaha , out you could not make mo believe , ns long as 1 was able to bee , Unit Jesus Christ didn't save me. A poor sinner fourteen years 111:0. i am tike a lellow shouting at camp meeting. Ho says If you don't believe 1 have got religion , go and ask my wile , she knows. God help us to-night to establish this Im portant question , one involving my soul for eternity , and Lam going to test the matter and irive myself to God to-ntuht. I wish you would. This is a blessed hour to surrender to God , "Dolsiys arc If you nro pale , emaciated , have , n hacking cough , with night-sweats , spit ting of blood and shortness of breath , yon have no time to lose. Do not hesitatu too lonp : Hill you are past cure ; for , taken in its early stages , consumption can bo cure ; ! by tlio use of Dr. LMcroo's "Golden Medical Discovery. " ns thousands can testify. Hy druggist's. ' KUMOUI2U O-VIIKNET CHANGE. A ronnsylvnnln. Politician Offered ( lie Attorney Generalship. SCKANTO.V , Pa. , Nov. 1C. It was publicly announced here to-day that Hon. Charles It. JJucltalow , member ot congress elect from tlio Eleventh district , had been tendered the olflcn of attorney general by 1'icsldent Cleve land. A reporter interviewed several of Uuckalow's pcisonal friend ; ) , ono o thorn n member of the congressional conference that nominated him , and alt continued tlio rumor. The member of tlio conference referred to stated that liuckalow himself expected that the ofiico would bo tendered to him before the recent election. WA.sniNnro.v. iNov. 10. Tlio press item from Scran Ion , I'a. , stating that ft was pub licly announced in that city to-day that tlio ollico of attorney general had been tendered Hon. Charles A. Huckalow , was shown Colonel Laiuont , the president's private sec retary , by an Associated I'ress ronoiter to night. In reference to It Colonel l.amont said : "Thero Is nothing utall in that. There is no vacancy In that ollice. and. " ho added , withasmile , "I don't ' think there is likely to bo one. There Is no basis for any such story whatever. " An Important Decision. WAsm.voTON , Nov. 10. Tlio first comp- tiolier of the treasury rendered a decision to day which will bo of interest to holders of government bonds. There has just been pre sented lor redemption a $50 five percent bond Issued under the act of March ) , 1SOJ , which provides that the bonds of that issue shall bo payable forty years after date , with the option of the government of redemption at any time alter the expiration ot two years. The bond in question was embraced in the call made in IbV.l. and has just been presented with all the coupons detached. The comp troller decides that as the nominal valno of the miniatured detached coupons In meatcr than tlio face value of the hoinl itself the bond cannot bo redeemed until such coupons shall have been presented. A. Close Contest. TnuxroN. Jx. J. , Nov. 1(1. ( The result of ( ho recount in tlio Second assembly district has not yet been decided. Chief Justice Jleasloy disposed of ten disputed votes this morning by giving live to Walter , democrat , two to Jours , republican , nnd three blank. This gives Jones a plurality of one , but tlio democrats will count the votes'In the First Ward , First 1'recinet , which poll book gives only-115 votes , while thcro ate 410 tickets on the string. The extra vote is a republican ballot , and , according to Chief Justice Ueas- ley's decision this morning , must lie thrown out in order to make the poll book and string correspond. Should this bu done the lesult would bo u tie. Of IntnroHt to Army OlUonrs. WASIH.NOTON , Nov. 10. A general order has been Issued by the war department to take ell'ect January 1 next , providing that when an olllcor is granted leave of absence it will bo charged to the year or years In which It ilrst occuned in the order of priority to date , and any balance of the accrued leave remaining shall stand to his credit for future leaves. .No credit for leave , however , shall hland for more than four years. This order as staled U intended to give more olllcers the lull benefit of cumulative leave privilege In which they have been restricted for ten years past. Grcnt Pint in Pomiuylvanln. IlAnmsni'itn , Pa. , Nov. .10. A great fuels raging on the Jiluo mountains near this bor- oiuh. Dry leaves are causing the Humes to spread with remarkable rapidity , Arthur Miller , who was appointed poor master by the rounty commissioners , sent a tclo ram to the latter at lioadlng this morning and was authorized to employ ns largo a lorce of men as necessary to extinguish the tiro. Farm bulldlnirs and fences am cndangeroJ. Parliament IMsHolvod , TOIIONTO , Nov. 10. Tlio dissolution of the Ontario parliament is olllcially announced. Now elections for the province of Ontario takes place December . Two Denver citizens , bufl'alo hunting In 1'nrk county , Colorado , walked twen ty-live miles unit thought they were amuly rcpuiil when they discovered u big bull bison standing alone in the "very heart of a mountain fastness. " Of course they joyfully killed this lonely represent ative of u ouco mighty ho.nl. ThavatDf of the so called medical lake near Spokane is so charged with certain salts that It is like lye and Is used in making soap. When the \viuil blows the wnvcs peen make soap suits of the wilt cr the froth or hither piling In masses ul on i ' ' the 'shore , H STORM INSIDE AND OUT , The Oity Council Hold a Busy find Heated Session. THE PROPOSED HOSPITAL PLANS. A Sheriff1 In the Snow Callitwny'a Citizens Srttl .aeil . The Whites of Sin Court Matters Other liocnls. "The Council , The counoilinon wcro at cro3 points last night. Tlio room was cold .and most of the aldermen apparently out of tem per. Every question that came up was discussed tit length nnd with more or less hunt. It was nftor 11 o'clock when the session luijnurned , Tlio following busi ness was transacted : I'KTITtONS AN'1 > COMJIfNICATtONS. From Ilio Mayor Approving ordin ances adopted at the last meeting , Kile , From tlio Marshal Asking that a com mittee of the council bo appointed to make an investigation of the Mollat case in order that the blame of it may rest where it belongs. Mr. Leo moved that the prayer of the marshal bo granted , ami that a special committee of live , three of whom shall bo domocrau , bo appointed to make an investigation of the case. Ilo wanted three democrats on the committee so they could not kick ut the report. Mr. Leo's motion was adopted nnd the fol lowing councilmou named ns thn com mittee : Lee. Lowry , Selirocder , Kaspor and ( loodriun. From the Marshal Suspending John Kobbins for drunkenness and J. J. Donl- van for disorderly conduct and insubor dination. L'olieo. From the Holler Inspector Submitting report of business of his ollico for the month ending October 1)1. ) Public prop erty and improvements. Of Edward Muslioll Asking damages by reason of change of grade on Sherman street City Attorney. Of H. P. UOCK bud and John Filmore Claiming damages for personal injuries received by falling into an unprotected ditch on Twonty-Mxth and Dodge streets on the evening of October i-'li. City At torney and Chairman of the Hoard of Public Works. Of F. J. McShane , J. C. Drexel and M. 0. Maul Ollering tlfiO.OOO for Jellerson Square. Public property and improve ments. W. F. Sweesy Protesting against thu adoption of the plot of Hoggs & Hill's proposed ninetli addition on the ground that the streets no not correspondent with the streets of the city of Omaha. City Engineer. Of Cierman Association Appealing from the award of damages made by tlio council's committee on property on llarnoy street. City attorney. By Lee Instructing the president of the council to appoint a committee of live to confer with the committees of the board of trade and citi/cus , on the sub ject of amendments to the city charters. Adopted. The chairappointed : Jicchcl , Lee , Lowry , Manoy and JJailoy. By Goodrii-h That $125 be appro priated to defray Hie expenses of the committee on lire and water works to Chicago and return for tlio purchase of a turn table truck. Mr. Scbroeder moved that the resolu tion bo laid upon the table. Mr. Leo Haiti ho did not want to go on the tour , but as ID seemed necessary , lie did not propose to giVe his own tune and pay his own expenses. After some talk the reso lution was adopted on a yea and nay vote , Couiioilmen Ford , Uoodmau and Schrocdur voting in the negative. Hy Schroeder instructing the chair man of tlio board of public works to hurry up the paving contractors on Lcavonwortli and Marcy streets. Adopted. 15y Schrocdur Instructing the city marshal to order squatters to remove their houses from Center street , between Twentieth and Tweuty-lirst streets. Adopted. ICKI'OHTS OF COMMITTT.r.H. Finance and Claims Reporting ad versely to the claim of W. J. Hahn lor sfl.OUO for making up the assessment book and tax list lor 1880 , and recom mending that $000 bo allowed tor the work. Adopted. Finance and claims Reporting that they did not think it desirable to clothe tlio couneilnron with police authority , and therefore recommending that the proposition of Max Moycr & Co , for fur nishing the councilmou with badges bo not aecoptod. Adopted. The same committee made a somewhat lengthy report upon the resolution , which had been referred to them , allowing the gas inspector extra compensation for horse hire. Tlio committee gave reasons at length for reporting adversely to the resolution. The report was adopted. ( irude.s and grading Presenting chum of Contractor Fox for s5,000 ! for extra work done at llnrnoy street. The report drew out a discussion upon the amount of work done by the contractor in excess of tlio rwiuironiunts of his contract and was linally recommitted. ( trades and ( trading Reporting in favor of narrowing 1'aoille street from Seventh street to Tenth slrcot. The re port was opposed by Mr. Kaspar and Mr. Ford , both of whom opposed the narrow ing of any more streets in tlio city. Re committed. Police Reporting bill of Omaha Safe works for $100 for sufo purchased for the marshal's ollico. Mr , Dailoy opposed tlio adoption of tlio report on tlio ground that the committee on public properly and improvements had reported that they could got a safe for,1 ! ; } ; un , | was decided that such safe bo iiurchasedy Ho thought ; the marshal had no business to buy the Hufo and ho therefore moved that the bill bo rojeelcd. Mr. Kaspar and Mr. Cheney explained that the purchase had been made under a misunderstanding and favored thu tiijoption of the report. In the dismission Mr , Kaspar and Mr , ] > ailoyoxuhniigcdcomplimuntsandhadto bo called down by rap of llrcchnirmairfl gtivul. Ford took occasion to1 abuse the marshal , which brought Mr. uco to the lloor with tlm remark that ho was willing to coiicudo nil of the brains of Hie coun cil to the Third ward reformer.Tlio re port of the cvipuiiltcu on public property und improvements hud aullioi'i/.ed the adoption of the resolution giving the marshal power to make the purchase and it was probably upon u misunderstand ing. On motion of Mr , Leo the report was reforrnd'to the committee on finance and claims fn ono wuok. .Special ordinance making appropria tions for Um payment ol liabilities , amounting Jlo. f 111,140.03 , increased iu October. Passed. Granting to the Omaha llorso Rallwr.y the right to coiibtruct and use two tracks across the Eleventh btrcot viaduct. Via ducts and railways. Diicluring thu necessity of opening Twentieth from Lake btreet to Locust street. Passed. Narrowing Twenty-fourth street from thu center line ot section i ) to Ci& ; > ius street. Grades and grading. Ordering the extension of the water mains on West Farnuin street. Passed. Granting to thu Union Pacific thu right louse a certain part of Sixth street tor fcidntrack purposes , Passed. Ordering grading of Eleventh street from Williams street to ISuncroft struct. Grades and grading , Ordering' grading of Leavcnworth street from' .Seventh filrcot to lot 2 in blpck 20S. Gf.idcs and jjruding. Changing the grade of Ninth street from Pac-llie street to Poppleton nvehuo nnd of Pierce street from Sixth street to Seventh street. Passed. Establishing the grade of Thirty-first street Irom Fnrnam btrcet to Leavcn worth street , ( trades and grading. Declaring the necessity of oxtomltnc Locust street front Twentieth street to Twcntv-fourlh street. Passed. Extending California street from Sim- nysldo addition to Swecsy's addition. Passed , Establishing the gradn of Twenty- eighth street from Farnamstreet to How ard street. Passed. Widening Twenty-seventh avenue from Drake's addition to Swccsy's addition. Pa cd , The council then adjourned to meet on Thursday evening of next week. Ked Star Cough Cure i.s the onlysnfo remedy that can worst n full grown cold. T11H HOSPITAL I'ljANS. The Committee ol' PhyfllolntiH nntl Bur- RCOIH Milken Its llcnort , The physicians nnd surgeons , selected by the county commissioners to report upon the sanitary features of the plans presented by the competing architects , for the now county hospital met Monday night and unanimously recommended the plan presented by Mr. Cochran , of Chicago , as worthy of Ilrst place ; that of Mendelssohn , Fisher ft Lawrlo , of this city , second place , nnd that of Mr.Moyora of Detroit , third place. The plans of Mr. John Cochran , of Chicago , and Mendelssohn. Fisher & Lawrlo , of Omaha , both contemplate what is called the navlllion style in hos pital construction , the chief features of which arc wide extension of the different wards , isolation of the patients nnd the freest use of sunlight throughout. Both of these plans are drawn for ti long frontage , with the insane asylum in one wing , and the surgical and medical boards in the other , nnd the administra tion building , with rooms and offices for doctors and attendants , in the center. In each , the kitchen is separated from the hospital proper. Each has a maternity ward , whore lying-in cases can bo treated away from the noise of other portions of the building , and In each , accommodations are nilordcd for surgical demonstrations and clinical treatment of interesting cases. Mr. Cochran'8 plan , which has boon awarded the first choice by the board of physicians intil surgeons , is a modifica tion of the plans used in the Cook county and the Michael Reese hospitals of Chicago cage , which are admittedly tlio most modern , convenient and best built in the west. Mr. Cochran's plan , contemplates the immediate ) construction of throe wards , radiating like 'lingers backward from the frontline of the structure and joined to a corridor running parallel to the front , to which , by extension , us many more wards can bo added in tlic future ns the necessities of the county may _ demand. The special sanitary features of Mr. Cochran's plan are the system of heating by indirect radiation , Ilio system of ven tilation and the ample arrangements made by which sunlight enters every ward at all hours of the day. In its ar chitectural appearance Mr. Cochran's plan is somewhat inferior to that of Men delssohn , Fisher & Lawric , the latter , by reason of its more broken roof-line and central tower , being more picturesque and pleasing to the eye. Many of the excellent features of Mr. Cochran's design , which , it may be said , are common to all the best hospitals of the day , are reproduced in the plan of Messrs. Mendelssohn , Fisher & Lawric , which receives second place in the award of the physicians and surgeons. Frorii an architectural point of view , the Mendelssohn plan i.s decidedly su perior to any presented. The massing of the connected buildings and the conjunc tion of the broken-lino roofs , are artis tically designed , while the features of the interior arrangement are in a line with modern ideas dud planned after pome of the best modeled hospitals of the east. Had Messrs. Mendelssohn , Fisher and Lawrio been aware that the board was willing to e.xpond $100,000 more than the amount called for by their plan they would doubtless have been able to mod ify the details , so as to make it equal to the best presented. As it was , it stood easily superior to all the designs oliere.d except the ono selected , which re quires the expenditure of nearly double the amount for which the Mc'idolssobn plan can be built. The design for a hos pital presented by E. E. Meyers , of De troit , is a sightly' and imposing pile , the chief feature of which is that it is absolutely . Other details lutely lire-proof throughout. tails are sacrificed to this all-important consideration. The plan it-solf i.s commo dious but seems to lack the feature of iso lation of the insane asylum from thn hospital portion to which more attention is paid by other architects. With Hits en-option , Mr. Meyers' plan is an excellent one for the money. Hud the amount which thn commissioners wire willing to expend boon more delinitcly known , ills probable that there would have been less room for dilVeronoes of opinion on the part of the judges between tlio plan of Mr. Meyers and other of his competitors. The commissioners will not bo bound by a doeinion of the advisory board of nnv.sieians and surgeons , but it is pro bable that the opinion of the latter will have great weight in making up the limit verdict. . Whatever plan of the llirco recommended In adopted , Douglas county will bo in possession of one of the lineM , most complete and Imnd.soiueat hospital in thu country. The great oarsman , Haitian , recom mends St. Jacobs Oil for sprains , .strains and bruises. Rev. C. W , Blodgett , presiding older of the Atlantic District of the Methodist Episcopal church , iowa , and Rov. Fred Harris , pastor at Atlantic und Rov. W , W. Daunor , pastor at Avoca , la. , are in the city , guests at the Arcade in attend ance at the Jones1 meetings. A Bitmaps sxo\vin IN. SliorllT Urown nml His Prisoner In n 8no - l > Hn. ShorlfV Ilt-own , of Dixon county , hac nn unusual experience In tins city last night. He arrived in the city on the Chlengo , St. Paul , Minneapolis it Omaha yesterday afternoon in charge of a pris oner named John Kolman , whom he was taking to Lincoln to serve asonlcnco in the penitentiary for horse .stealing. They arrived at thn depot too late to catch the westbound H A : M. tram and Mr. Urown decided to remain over in thiscily until this morning. Ho called a cab ami putting his prisoner into it started for the county jail. Attherornerot Tenth muMIarnoy the cabman turned to go till llarnoy street when tlie gcutip.ephyrthtU was bowling along in that vicinity caught the cub and , rJtcr toying with it a few seconds , turned it upside down in a .snow drift , Thu sherill and his prisoner pulled themselves out of tlio crush unhurt. The slicnu" began helping the cabman to get his vehk-le in Rhapo and did not notice Kclmuii , who made the mo.st of his op portunity and Marled on a dash for free dom. Ho was handeulled , however , and only made a short run before ho brought up in a ditch filled with snow and found the sherill' right after him. He gave up and was led to jail. THI3V WKNT HOMH SATISI-'IRI ) . Assurances Given to a Cullaway Dc.lo- gallon 1)y ) the Union Paullto. Quite a delegation ot Callawuy's prom- nont men spent yesterday in Omaha , in consultation with Union Pacific ollleials regarding the location of a depot at that place. Among the party were J. Woods Smith , J. W. Owen ? , a real estate man , William Halwny. nn extensive horse ranchman and livnryman , and A. Y. Smith , general merchant. Their visit to Omaha was caused by a report , which has proved to be wholly false , that the depot was to bo located about a mile and a half beyond Cullawuy in response to the bids ot a ring of speculators who had purchased n tract of land there and pro posed to build up n rival town and ruin Cullawny. The Union Pacific ofllcinls assured the Cullawuy representatives that they need have no fear of such a thing being done by that company , whoso pol icy had never been to ruin established towns by any such underhanded methods , and that Calhnvay would get si depot when the branch' Hue from Kearney reached that point. The Callaway gen tlemen accordingly wont home well sat- islied. Callaway is a growing town of nearly 200 pormanunt residents. There are already twenty-eight business houses , representing the various lines ot trade. llierc has been invested about $10,000 , in business buildings. All this lias been done in six months ; Tlio Union Pacific branch from Ki'nrnoy is expected to reach Callaway early next season , as will also the H. t M. . and hopes are also enter tained that the Rock Island will strike the same place. If all this is brought about , Callaway will be one of the best towns anil railroad centers in the west. Pozzonl. No name is better and -more pleasant ! v and widely known than that of Mr. ,1. A. Pozzoni. For Years he has made him self famous by the elegant perfumes and complexion powder that , bears his name the latter having found its way to th belles of Paris Germany and London Everybody admires beauty in ladies Nothing will do more to produce or en hance it than a use of Mr. Pox/.oni's pre parations. < - Tuttle & Allison. Ins. Agts. , 211 S. 13th. Wanted His AVifo. About 11 o'clock last night the police were called to the Planter's bouse by a report that a light was in progress at that place. Captain Cormiek anil Sargeunt Mostyn responded to the alarm , and found the proprietor of the hotel and his clerk engaged in an altercation with a fellow named Jas. Morin. Morin had been found in the hallway in the second story of the hotel and was lired out. Ho labored under the. delusion that his wife and her lover wore in the hotel some place , and ho insisted upon making a personal examination ot the rooms. Ho was arrested and charged with disturb ing the peace. The bank clearances yesterday were ? 01-t,2' > 8.01. THIjICOIlAPII XOTKS. Delecrntn.s from oncainpuionts of the Union Veterian Leirion in New York. Ohio , Iowa , Indiana , Massachusetts and Pennsylvania will meet in Piltsburu to-day for the purpose of forming a national encampment. A cold wave Is predicted by the signal ser vice at < Jhlcaio. ; The teinperaturo will fall tilteon to twenty degrees in tlio next twenty or thirty-six hours. Louis Hammers , n bookbinder of Pltthbure. stabbed and killed his brother-in-law , William Heath , last evening on account ot an old erudse. The official count In Missouri shows that the legislature will bo democratic by n ma jority of forty-four instead of lilly , as pre viously reported. Chairman Cnrtin. of the congressional committee to invcstigato the southwestern railroad troubles , Kays that tlio committee has been unable to secure the testimony of Mr. Iloxloon account of Iholatter'n health. A meeting ol HID committee will not beheld held until just prior to or after the opening of congress. Delegate Harry Boys that n new stillfo will bo inaugurated at the Chicago packing houses 11 the packers coin pel their employe * to Mgn un iron-clad agioeuient. The butchers' as sembly , Knights of Labor , at a meeting last night passed a resolution not to sign tlio obnoxious contract. ' non-union Lake Shore Percy O'Moiini , a - switchman , was altaekeilln Chicago by live stock yards btnkui.s , whereupon ho pullrd a revolver and shot one of bin assailants dead , U'Meara was tailed , A Sioux ! itv Tribune rarrier boy , a son of .ludgo I'ciidlRton , was lo.it in a snow dilft on ld route hi > t evening and has not yet been ton nd , akes cold meats a luxury NosIn Am all mor ? < > r li'ji iiiri'cU-il l > y catarrh. The cjc In mr lioud for -eiirn nid ; p.ihl out Jiundruilx of ilullur * lor niuillrliui. I become Intlumc'd.ioil ml ivulcry , wltu dull , heavy n npik.unil my oym were m ere that i nmldiiot imlulictwuculUomithrrcHro roaringtiming njUci Kiiiur ienl : miii'li. 1 bpgnii In luke lluuiln Hi.r 'i- In Uieram.iuut Huroctlinri tlio hearing It utrocloj ; purllla mill now my viiturrli I * nfirly : cuivil , tl'U tliu inibu Is it HJVITC fcuflVror , "ilh lit rimMunt nn- wi > > iinoti ! uf my liodU nil gone , iuy niipotllu U riijiifurluljloillxclinruii. bud Lreutli , niul loss of tliu fc'ood In fact I foal line Miioili riorsun. | . IIOnlV Siir- H'nso iif Miu'll. All Ihi-bo i1isHzn < < 'utjio Djrnintnmn B'liiarlllu U tliu only modluino that tint ttoiio mu per < ltii | > | > ojr wlicn tlic Jl i'a o i ouicil by JIooJ' Har- manent cooJ. " MKs. A. CL'NM.vcaAM , I'rovldi'ntc , fHpartUii , lilch expels from tlio tluod the Imimrltr It. I. from wliltli futairhuilctii. toiic > an < l restores tliu dl - "HcoJ'sH.irtapirllla linn ti lpcil mo morn fur ca- ca cilorijnstolicultliaiiJ bullJiui" " tlio wlig'u ' * } liuili iii.d impuiu bt',0'4 tlinn uuvlUiiitf i-l 'j 1 vvcr lo-n , . " . . N. V. used. A , tl.li.L. KTa. ) uo. BB tiuro to Rot Hood's Snrcnparllla. Oilarrli In ( lie HeiuS ; In lliec.ir > . tomttlmei n ro.irlnbu / > ln.7 iniinrl , nr I u cd IlociVi nriiurlllu | for OatJrrli , nnd re- ' ' tnappliiK Ilku tliu ranjrlof npl > til : iru .ii uil liy reived great rcllof uuU beni'llt from It. 'J'liocnturrli ' ciilurrli , tliat cjn'Odmnlr clliujirtiuii'ilu nnd very was very illi > Hjioe.ibloriiicclallr | In tl-o winter , cuiin- ' ' . - common dbense. lluol'd H'rijpnrillu , UiuKrt'nl Ul.io-J Inuronslaiit illscliarto from my no o , ilnelng noUcs .iu' ' jjr il loumdy fotula , Is u pcculhrly liuny earn.nii l pain In the baclcof my ui'Uj , Tlio [ Itio liluuil. If oj , nlilcli It ruron \iurltynx \ > effort lt > clear my liruilin the niurnlnn by liuRlliijt ' tufferlrooicnlarrli , try Uool'SarJp4rllltt , lUo jii- ' . Hoi.iTs . unili-plltliuviai.JU'nrul. | H.ir apjrlIU sa u murtlicflumicdiJtel- In tlmu 1 vut entirely viillur medicine. "I linve.iikeii Hood's Sar ipirllli : : fur rntnrrli und iircd. I nm never without tlio inedlrlno In my It lim done mo a great ilod oK > 'J'1. ' I lecuiumuiid liuiuuas I think U It wortlillt wc'g'it ' In gold , " it lib. Ittoall witiiinui-rciu-li."lLiiiu ; ; I ) . HJIJIII.NS , Kait U. U. atuiJ , KUJKUUlliSt , X. \Viuhliiiituu U.C- , Ct. Hood's SarsapariSia . , . , , nllinicjl ! f . fl ; lr forfJ. r-ci nrnl puly br Soltl hyHlldructlsU. II ; ilrfor ! . ' , . Pit-pared oulj jrb t'I 4U > OI > &CO.Ajiotli carIcii , ' - - ( J. I , HOOD & CO. . Apj'liciarl . ! .o lUMHt > . 100. 100 iollnr at co\v . .DRUGSTORE 7 ; TAKE" IT FAITH FULLY , AND You CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000. , "VVodohr-ri'tij-ceiUrytlwt no stiporvlsp thn nrrntiKottioitiH for nil Iho Monthly and yimrler- ! ) Drawings of Tlio Uiul iiimi imo Ixitlery < omimiiy , iitul liiu-ieoti | immniro nliil rnn'rol thodruwhmft HinniKnlvos , iiiiiltlnit thn < mntc un- cnmliielecl wllli honesty , lnlrnc s mui in pond lulth toward all pnrli ( > , ami t > niithnrlrn thu Compnnr tnii-e ( his rofllllcalo with fiic-tlm lies nrouri > i mitiircsiitlauliMl ( , in its nitrciti i < - incuts " COMMIPPIO.NT.lt' ' . Wutlm uncliTPlKiuvI Hmilo unit Hunkers > vlll nny nil I'fl7cs ilnuvn In The l/oiilelinm Stuto I < olteilo-i which may \ > o pro-mntml ill our uotiu- .1. II. ( KMiKSHY , I'rt'Siilcnt I.dtil-liina National Unnk .1. W. Kll.mtHTll , I'rcsl.lont Stiito Xntloiml lliuil ! . A. HAI.MVIS' , President Xo'vOrloimsNi.liomilJIatik. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION. OVKII HAI.K A MILLIONlliritinuTnn LOU1SIM& 8TATB LOTTERY COHPAHY. Incorporated In 181S fori" > your * liy tlio loirU Inttirctor Kdncittlonal ittnl Chitrlltililo purposm With ncnpitnl ot ? liU.lWtrirlilcli ) n ro-ion'o fnnil of ever f.ViO.UO'J ' hns sliu'o IIOIMI ml'lol. llynnoverwhelming poptiliirvolo Its frnncliloo THS mnilnn part of Ilio nrtount Stiuu Const It ul ton ndotileil UuooinliorLM A. U. 187'J. ' I slnslo number drawings wl'l ' Ink pluco monthly. II never scales or postpones. Look nttlio followimr illstrlliiitlon : I99tli Grand Monthly AMI TUB EXTRJkORDIHABr OOJIRTERLT n\\W \ \ In the Acailomy of Music , NV\v Orleans , 'J'liosilsty. ' Doc. M , lit ! ! ! ! . Umlcr thn jicrsonal siippn'ison ami manage ment of Cr.N. < ! . T. JiKAIIIIKdAKI ) , Of I.llll- Isiimn , nml Ui2X. JUIIAI. A. KAIII.Y , ot Vlr- ei" ' ' ' 'CAPITAL PRIZE SIGO.OOO. Notice. Tickets are $10 only. Halves , S5 Fifths S2. 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