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THE OMAHA DAILY BJWJ5 , ETHUKSDAY OOTOBEK 22 , 1891
SAVING SOULS OF HEATHENS ; Work of tbo Women's Board of Interior Missions. ITS TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION > > i . ' v ItcportH of Ofllijors Showing Grcal Ilcnl orKtitliiifilnHiii anil I'rospcctd of Continued Suc cess. About COO delegates assembled In the First Coiln'r6jatlotml church nt 0'IO : o'clocK ' yes tcrdny morning in uttondanco on the twenty-third nnnu.nl mooting of tlic Woman's ' Hoard of Missions of the Interior , Th3 chitrcb bud bean divided Into sections by Imaginary lines , each section being nul apart for doloc.itci from the thirteen states comprising the territory under the JurisdlO' tlon of tUo Board of the Interior. These talcs are Illinois , Colorado , Missouri , Kuu- sas , North Dakota , Sou'h Dakotn.Mlniiosota . , Wisconsin , Ohio , Indiana , Jowu , Michigan nml Nebraska. The nicotine was presided over by Mrs. Moses Hmith of Chicago , and Miss M. IX AVIngato of Chicago , the recording secretary of the board , presided ovur the records. After devotional exercises the president Appointed the committee on credentials as follows : Miss Josslu O. Fitch of Chicago , Mrs. Fields of Illinois. Mrs. lV. - . Slovens ol Kansas and Mrs. R O. Admits of Michigan. The address of welcome was then lioiiv- ercd by Mrs. G. W. Hall of Ouialia , presi dent of the State Hoard of Missions. The speaker welcomed the delegates and visitors to the city , including the now union depot , and extended to thorn the freedom of the city , bidding them enjoy themselves and pledging them a hearty entertainment. Mrs. O. IJ. Wllcox ot Chicago , one of the secretaries of tlio Hoard of tbo Interior , ro- ponded to the address of wclcomo In a foolIng - Ing manner , referring briefly to the magni tude and Importance of the meeting. The president , Mrs. Smith , then delivered U o opening address. I'rcnlilcnt Smllh'H O'lio speaker said ; "U'o live In a tiino when our lives are worth a thousand-fold moro than the lives of woman In our mothers' times. U'o live In a time when the work of Christ I.s the word laid out for us. " In n llticnt mid concise manner the speaker drew a picture of the immensity of the work laid out tor woman In spreading the gospel of Christ In foreign lands among the poor un fortunates who bavo been livluj ; for ages in ( I until ess and ignorance. After spoaklnir of the Importance of the first half of the present century In spreading the gospel , HID speaker said that the present decade was the most Important of any in tbo blstory of the church 'Iho work of the missionaries In foreign lands was .spouon of and the president ap pealed to thoxlelegatcs for earnest support et the missionaries In their work. A small amount of money slio said , would go far to wards pushing tbo work and now that schools and colleges had been established in the orient , support should bo fortucomlng wblcb would enable the work to bo pushed. 'i'lio ' speaker pleaded especially for money for the establishment of kindergartens In which the s mull children might bo educated and iu which they might have the love of Christ in stilled into their hearts and made instru ments in the salvation of their people. The importance of establishing n training school for girls in japan was presented in -graphic. style and an appeal miido for m-moy for the suvport of sush an institution , wblcU would obviate the necessity of sending the Japanese girls to this country at great expense - ponso , for their education. In closing , the speaker appealed to the del egates to sot the pace , for the coming decade oy determining the work to bo done during ilio coming year. Mrs. John Null of ( ilencoo , 111. , one of Jho iccrotancs of the board , then reviewed the work of tbo missions In India , Africa and Micronesia , The speaker &puko of tbo mis sionaries In those IlehU In detail , showing llattering progress nt nearly all of tbo sta tions at which missionaries of the church wore established. The report was vorv ex haustive In its character. At the conclusion of Mrs. Ntitt.'s address Mrs. M. P. Wright , a missionary from Turlioy , led a devotional exorcise of forty minutes' duration. Following this the meeting settled down to business und tbo constitution was amended to provide for an assistant secretary. lloport of thu Trcnmtror. Mrs. J. U. Loako of Chicago , the treasurer of the DO , ml , then presented bur report , prefacing it by the statement that the returns from all tlio states showed an increase over the previous year. The gross receipts for the year , in cluding contributions from each of the states In the territory of the board , as well as from missionaries in foreign Holds , from states outsldo the territory of the board , sums realized - ized by the sale of lonllots , etc. , amounted to fOVM.il ; ; Including the balance from last year , the receipts wcro gtti.GTii.iil. The ox- penciture ; for the yeats amounted to $05- 101K8' . ' , leaving a balance. In the treasury of the board amounting to > ( ) . 5' ' . Tbo report of the treasurer was referred to special committee , to bo appointed later. The secretaries of the state nranchos were then InvltQd to take seats on the platform mid the reports of the states were called for Reports from Michigan , Iowa , Indiana and Ohio were presented , showliu : an increase in the amount of contributions passing through the hands of the treasurers , a larco increase in thu number of auxiliary societies orcan- izcd In o.xcli state , together with many Interostlni ; details of the work Jn each state and suggestions In the way of increasing the effectiveness of the lociolloi , .Money for ilio Ciuiso. The afternoon session opened with devo- tlonal exercises , after which President Smith announced that the next half hour would bo dovotcd to u discussion of any subjects which might ho presented. Mrs. Sherman of Chlcaco brought up tbo question of pledges , and advocatud tbo sys tem of obtaining individual pledges from members of the churches in support of the objects In which the churches and mission- nry societies were Interested. Uurlng the discussion on this subject the president remarked that no church took collection tor woman's work The collections taken in the churches were for general mis- sionury purposes mid no part of it was sot apart for the work of educating the women und cblldren'of foreign lands. Following thls-dlseusslon there was n gen eral discussion of pertinent subjects in which many delegates took part. At the conclusion of the tlmo sot apart for this discussion Miss M. 1) . Wlngato , the recording - cording secretary , road n paper on the homo department , showing the general condition of the affairs of the board In the various Htatos. The methods used during the past year in distributing the funds ut tbo dls. posal of tbo board were reviewed and the nct-ds of the board in continuing the work were placed before the mooting , tbodolocatos being urged to bear in mind the Importance of raising fund * for the work. The paper win referred to a committee to bo appointed later. In Cliliiu and .In pan. Mrs. K. W Hlatchford , the senior secre tary of the board , then presented a paper on tbo work In China and Japan , The roceut rtota and lloods In Chlnu and the IUCK of Ml moans of rapid communication were cited by tbo speaker us an unanswerable argument for Introduction of the telegraph and railroads which had so often proved to bo hlKbwuys of the Lord , mid means of clvllUa- tlon. tlon.Mrs Mrs , Ulatchfoitt then referred In Uotull to the i numerous missionary stations in China and Japan and the missionaries who are sta tioned there , spooning also of the success of these missionaries In reaching tbo women and girls of these countries and converting them to Christianity , and urging that the ruiwrts of thco stations bo taken into con- sidorutlou by all the auxiliary societies in connection with their plans for aiding In the work. Miss Ada Haven , a rolislonary from China ; was Introduced and madu a short addnus ou Colby college In Jupau. Miss H. A. Searlu had been announced to speak on tbo subject of Japan , but was unable to attend on uc- couut ol slckticis. Miss Havou hna visited ntdolby college and snoko earnestly ot tb progress of tbo work there. . Tlicn dune ilio Children. At tlio conclusion of Miss Haven's remark the pronldont announced tlmt the tltilo no apart for the children had arrived. A marcl was played on the piano und the children o the church to the number of about ICO en tcrcd the church from tbo adjoining root ; 9lnglng a missionary hymn to the old famll lar ulr , "John Urmvn's Hody. " Ax the lovely children , most of them girls marched to tbo seats assigned to thorn at thi front of tbo church tbo old song recalled ti the minds of many the .stirring times In tin 'CO'.s ' when n dark and troublous cloud hov oretl o'er the country. One lady In the audl once , whoso silvered locks were the onlj Indications loft by the touch , of old rathe Time , remarked that bo had heard Urn ulr sung In the old railroad statloi at Baltimore ono night in lbl ! whoi the futo of n nation hung it the balance. Later on the song seemed ti mark the country's progress and now to heat it taken tip by another generation as a marl In thu progress of the catHo of the world1 ! redemption , made n pleasing contrast tc these dark time * when traUblo brooded ovei this fair land , The children bore the banners of tliolt bands and wcro guided by their teachers tc the scats sot apart for them. Talked to the iilllln OUCH. President Smith welcomed the children It a cordial manner and Introduced Miss Amu C. Merchant of Chlcaco. who proceeded ti give tbo little folks a chalk talk. Slio rapidb xkoi.chcd on a largo board the ordinary hoim of thi ) children In Africa und gave a shorl description ol their mode of life. Tbo next tonic was India , and Miss Mar- chant rapidly sketched a scnool house In that country , consisting of u tlmtchoil roof , supported by four posts , and explained how the children studied their lessons. Passing from India to Cnlnn some of the methods of the natives wore Illustrated , par ticularly the llttlo Vases In which they burn "joss" sticks to bring rain. Pictures ol jlnrlklsha carts and ono of kindergarten" In Japan wuro shown and explained , and then the scene changed to Micronesia. On this subject the children scorned to bo well posted and answered all questions very read- lly. lly.President President Smith introduced Miss P.irmcr , a missionary who haa been to Micronesia , who spoke to the children for a few moments. Tito people in that taraway land , she said , did hot worahin idols but worshiped spirits and ijueer.shaped stones which they found in the woods. As n rule the people wcro able to road and write und the work ol the missionaries was iu un advanced slate. Mrs. E. D. Mardcn of Turkey was the next speaker and she warned the children that she was poing to servo turkey to them both light and dark meat. Sbo described the mud bilck houses of the people In U.ut country winch are dirty and dingy , with no opening except a door. Then sbo told tbo children of n llttlo girl In Turkey who had been raised in ono of those houses and who was one of the bright est pupils in the school. She was very small for her ago , and had never had u square meal. She was taken into the schools and fed well , so that .she eventually reached a normal sUe and is now engaged as a teacher in ono of the .schools. _ , At the conclusion of Mrs. Marden's re marks Hov. II. 1' . Heach was introduced and tallied about China. Ho described the dresses of the children , the boys wearing short skirts , except In the sutnmei1 time when a boy is gorgeously arraved in a pair of shoos and a colored shoo string at the end of his braid. The girls wear pants and jackets. The speaker then told of the little Chinese children , who are possessed of a terrible temper , among other things , and ure tremendous deus liars. Ho also spoku of the progress of the work of missionaries In that country and illustrated it by some pertinent stories which interested the children immensely. The children then sang another song und withdrew. Thu president read an invitation from Mr. Lininger to visit the art gallery und the noon hour today was sot osido as the time for ac cepting the invitation. At the Kvpnin-t Session. The evening session opened with re sponsive reading , led by , Hev. A. H. Thaln of Omaha. Hov. H. P. Ueach was then introduced and proceeded to giva an Interesting lecture on China. Ho illustrated , by means of n chart , the homo of the ordinary Chinese family. The woiivjn live in cloio quarters and are not allowed to go outsldo during the day time. At night they uro allowed to go us far as the outsldo tbo door where thov" converse with tholr neighbors nt the top of their voices. The women usually discuss ono another , nnd their outrageous temper usually gets the bet ter of thorn and cases of lockjaw resulting from nervous exhaustion ore common. The women revile one another In a horrible man ner and make night hideous with their shrill tones. The speaker then cited instances where the work carried on bv the women had worked great changes In the fam ily lives of the natives nnd draw touching pictures stowing the results of this work and spoke words of chetr to the women , inspiring thorn to con I tlnuo their work. This work could not bo 1)0110 ) by men , as they were domed access to the homes of tbo people. .Tho women had done great worlt by eottlng directly at the homo life of the people and bringing strong lullucncos to bear directly on tho-fnmilies. In closing ho appealed to the ladles to con tinue thi ) good work and predicted great re sults from their labors. Mrs. 10. D. Morcton , a mlsslonvry from Turkey , was introduced by the president and delivered on entertaining lecture on that country. She referred to the degraded social condition of the women of Turkey , citing many details in the lives of these women , who nro moro drudges for the moo , nnd whoso fuollngs and sensibilities have been stuntcdT > y centuries of cruelty and illtreat- ment. The family domicile contains 110 furniture , Is filthy nnd smells to heaven. Its single room Is the living room for the whole family mill all the animals. The diftlcultv of reach ing thu Intellect of these women was dwelt on aLsomo length , nnd the speaker spoke of many Incidents of actual experience showing the oxttomo dtniculty of carrying on the work of converting them. Committee's Named. At the conclusion of Mrs. Mardon's ad- dioss the lollowtng committees were appointed - pointed : Nominations of oflleors , Mrs. \Vhittlesoy , Illinois ; .Mrs. Hill , Iowa ; Mrs. ( Jhosbro , Illinois ; Mrs. Ktco , Iowa ; MM. Conkllng , Kansas ; Mrs. Tliom.is , Minnesota ; Mrs. Coinstouk , Ord , Neb. Uesolutions : Mrs. Hriinner , Indiana ; Mrs. Hell , Montana ; Mrs. West , Iowa ; Mrs. Lyman , Illinois , ; Mrs , Hogbln , Kansas ; Mrs. ICnox , St. Louis. Place of mooting : Mrs. Kent , Wisconsin ; Mrs. Uean , Nebraska ; Mrs.Vood.Iilmols ; Mrs. Lee , KnnsusCIty. The mooting was closed with u benediction by Hov. Tlmln. 'loilny'H Work. The programme for today is as follows : Da. in. Dovotlonal oxurolHcs. llramui ro- north : KUIISUB , .Missouri. Minnesota , outh llakou , North Dakota , Wisconsin. Our work In Turkuy and Mexico , by Mrs. K. M. WUIIitmn. A ( Id loss on Turkov by Miss M. I'VrIicIit Consecration meeting. , P. m Devotloniil oNcrelsns. Klcotlon of olllcurs. llruneh ropoiu : Montana , Uockv mountain br.ineh. Illinois , Nubr.iska , Homirt of cniiiiiiltteu on Iminu report. Honoit un tiuusuri-r'sriijiort. Discussion , . ! : . ! > p. in , \ oiing ladles' hour. A word from young ladlcs-committeo , MUs Mary II. I'oitur. Covenant hymn , written by Mrs O. IIs iicox. llioiMtvumiiit.MN. Mow , Smith. Addresses byilUsS. A. Si-ivrlu , Mlsi Adti lluven. Mia. X II , L'apion , 7M : u. ni.--b"oiie service. Addruncs : Mh3 | Ada HIIMMI , Chinas Mrs. a I * . Oapron , Chicago' Ollluur-H and DnlouaioH. The onicors present are Mrs. Moses Smith Chicago , president ; Miss M. U. Wingato , Lnloago , recording secretary ; Miss Sarah Pollock , Chicago , Held socrctorv ; Mrs. J. H. Loake , Chicago , treasurer ; Miss Josslo O. 1'ltch. Chicago , nssUtunl treasurer ; Mrs. K. Hlatchford , Mrs. O. H. Wllcox Mrs. K. M. Williams , Chicago , Mrs. John Nutt , C51eu , coo , assistant secretaries. Thu delegates are : Colorado-Mrs. S , K. Hayward , Mrs. J. K. Avers , Highland Lake. Indiana-Mrs. U. H. Warren , Terre Haute : Mrs.V. . F , Hrunnor , Miss Marv " ti. Perry , Indianapolis. Illltols-Mrs. ) E. W. nistchfoni , Mrs. H. Mnr'ymn" ' Mrs' B- Capron , Mrs. Hobort Hill , Mrs. L. A. Carton , Mrs. H. J. Page , Mrs. James CS. Johnson , Mrs. Cbesborough Mrs. Kduiuud Nolos. Mrs. A. A. Banks , Chi- nigoj Mrs. N. II. Whlttlosoy , Kvanston ; Mrs. L. A. Field , Mrs. A. T. Sherman , Wllmotto ; Mrs. W. K. Paddock , Kvatuton : Mrs. A. E. Johnston , Oak Park : Mrs. M. E. Campbell. Peorla ; Mrs. O. H. Wilson. Hlnsdalo ; Mr * . H. A. Andrew * , Sandwich. ; Mrs. A.S' . Wood. Oak Park } Mrs. Lass , Prof. Head Uilcsburg ; Miss Anna Mnrctmnt. Chicago Mr . Hobort Scott , Uloncoo ; Mrs. Fnnnlo 1C Malcom , Havens wood ; Mls.i Mary Samuels Marseilles ; Mrs. Cnrey. Ualesburg' Mrs. C 11. Prcbroy. . Sterling ; Mrs. W. A. Tolcott Hoekford : Mrs. Taylor , Canton ; Miss Elizi Kastes , Oalasburg. lowa-r-Mrs. Hollls , Mrs. Tucker , Council Uluffn ; Mr * . W. C. Hudrow , Ogden ; Mm , S. J. Pntterspn , Dunlap , Mrs. N. H. Hlco , Magnolia ; Dr. Julia Seclo , Atlantic : Mrs. J. P. Lyman. Orlnnoll ; Mrs. F. C. Huntley , Ogden ; Miss Hell Uentloy. Den Molnos ; Mrs O. O. Trost , Sioux City ; MM. F. M. Auk- ony , Corning ; Mrs. E. S. Hill , Atlantic ; Mrs. Hobert Wright , Iowa Fulls ; Mrs. II. L. Mnlford , Muscatlno ; Mrs. A. C. Newton , Storm Lnko ; Mrs. W. O. WIllaiM , CSrlnnolt ; Miss Hath K. Latigblin , College Sprlnes ; Mrs. Mumford , OaklandMrs. ; M. M. Prltch- nrd , DCS Molnes ; Hath K , Laughlin , College Springs ; .Mrs. E. C. Multon , Hod Oak ; Miss H. E. Martin , Tabor ; .Mrs. S. A. Howard , Mrs. P. H. West , Onawa : Mrs. U. H. Klrbv , Muscutlno ; Mrs. M. P. Turneo. .Mrs. II. E , Hyde , DCS Molnos ; Mrs , E. U. Woodruff , ( ! Ion wood ; Mr.s. A. Mumford , Oakland ; Mrs , E. W. HtuarJ. Hull ; Mrs. S. J. Mosoley , Atlantic ; Mrs. W. O. Wlllnrd , Clrlnnelli Mrs. M , J. Clinnov , Newell : Mrs. Sidles , Farrngut ; Mrs. C. F. Grose , Shonandouti. Kansas Mrs. U. Aman , Hiawatha ; MM. Ilogbln , Sabothu ; Mrs. F. H. Slovens , Wellington ; Mrs. C. N. Conkllng , Hia watha. Montoim-Mrs. W. S. Belt , Helena. Micnlgnn Mrs. F. O. Adams , Detroit. Missouri Mrs. C. F. Holinnn. Kansas City ; Mrs. F. F. iCnox , Miss Hullard , St. Louis ; Mrs. H. M. Laupbenr , Kansas City ; Mrs. H. F. Jlttril. Ktinsjs City ; Mrs. Tliomas C. Jones , Mr.4. Louisa Stunner , St. Louis ; Mrs. C. A. Mosmnn , St. Joseph ; Miss .lostc Citieuonbolm , Mrs. II. M. Leu , Mrs. H. Hogers , Kansas City. Minnesota Miss A. E. Woathorbeo. Min neapolis : MM. C. Thomas , Spring Valluy ; Mrs. H. J. Horghotthaus , Minneapolis. Nebraska Mrs. J. S. Otis. Mrs. Sarah Hrowster. Mrs. P. H. I' . Knleht , Irvingtoti ; Mrs. S. P. Lester , Exeter ; Mrs. Ida. Ingor- soli , .Mrs. Ida Ashnuin , Weeping 'Water ; Mrs , William Cummlnes , Omaha ; Mrs. Carrie Wiseman , Hlalr ; Mrs. C. W. Preston , Vordou ; Mrs. C. H. Hustln , Omaha ; Mrs. J. H. PurmeleeNebraska City ; Mrs. Church , Crete ; Mrs. Hl.soeo , Fontnnollo ; Mrs. Har- ragor. Crete : Mrs. W. A. Hlzgins , Mrs. i \ L. Fitrhott , Omahn ; Mrs , H. A. Sauford , i'ork ; Miss E. F. Hatch. Mrs. J. M. Tlsdol , Kenrnoy ; Mrs. J. M. Wllber , Uoatrleo ; Mrs. J. E. Storm , Clarks ; Mrs. John Doano , Mrs. D. W. Comstock , Grand Island ; MM. P. M. Sparhawk , Columbus ; Miss Jennie Cole , Mrs. H. Hr.iss , Lincoln ; Mrs , H. C. Atwood , Mllford ; Mrs , H. E. French , Lincoln. South Dakota Mrs. A. J. Cruz.in , Sioux "Palls ; Mrs. W. A. Lvmnn , Mrs. C. G. Whltesido , Vormllllon ; Mrs. W. G. Harrows , Hcdfluld. Wisconsin Miss Mary II. Porter , Mrs. D. M. Olds , Heloit ; Mrs. E. C. Kent , Milwau koo. AN IMPORTANT llllili. Tholtoyal Halt i n ; I'oxvdcr Condemned In the New Vorlc Legislature. A'ciu Yoili I'rcKi Last Monday Mr. Kelly introduced the fol lowing bill in the assembly. A careful rend ing of it will show that It is a very important ono. ono.Ax ACT to prevent the use of poisonous nnd injurious ingredients in baking pow ders. ders.WiiniiBAs" WiiniiBAs" , Bulling powders manufactured in this state known as the "ROYAL" alum nnd other baking powders nro advertised for sale as absolutely pure ; und WiuitiiA9 , Olllcial examination shows them to contain ammonia and other injurious in gredient's ; therefore , Tin : Pr.oi-u : OP TUB STATI ; or tiivr : YOHK , represented In senuto und assembly , do enact as follows : Section 1. Every can or package of baking powder containing ammonia offered for sale in this stale shall have n conspicuous label thereon with the words "ContuinsAmmonia" printed thereon in plain type , not smaller than great primer and any person who shall sell , or have or offer for sale nny such can or packairo of puking powder without such label thereon , shall bo guilty of misdemeanor. Section 2. This act shall tuko effect Julv 1 , Ib'Jl. A Great Orator. Daniel Dougherty of Philadelphia , ono of the best known und most eloquent attorneys In the country nnd a gentleman who bus nominated in nr.tlon.il conventions .soino of the most prominent democratic onlcinls in the country , will arrive In this city today. A reception will bo extended to him at the Millard hotel tonight under the aus pices'of the C. M. U. U. On Friday ovonlne ho will deliver his celebrated lectnro In the Grand opera house on "Orators and Oratory. " TTcnr Dan'l Dougherty on orators nml oratory. A Successful Surgical Operation. A surgical operation whidi is not al ways bucccssftil , anil also One of the most important operations known to surgery , is ono recently performed by Drs. Impey nnd Matthews at the Oinahii Academy of Modieino and Surgery on Davenport street , between Thirteenth and Four teenth streets. It was what is techni cally termed laparotomy. On Sunday evening , October 11 , .Mrs. Edward Mitlonoy of 2718 Parker street , Omaha , entered tlio hospital , having previously boon treated without success for obstruc tion of the bowels. Friends of the patient would not submit to an operation until it was evident to thorn that Hho could not snrvivo but ti few hours longer. On the next morning , October ' lli , the oper ation was performed by'tlio above numod doctors. First an incision through the abdortfilnal wall was rnado of about eight Inuhoa in length. After freeing the bowels of the numcroiiH adhesioiiB pres ent , the obstructions were removed , the abdominal wound being then closed after the usual method and nine days thereafter , on the Ulst itiht. , the stitches were removed , the patient having en tirely recovered from the otl'ectH of the operation , and will return to hot- homo in u few days. Marriage Inceiinc.s The following licenses were issued by Judco Shields yesterday : Numo und Address , Asc. IN. ! " . itluknrl. Omaha L'i ! ) Itosu M. bchmldt , Omaha JU 111. U. Westurman , Minnesota HO I Itoseaznoy S. Shorwnod , Uiimhu VI Hear ITon. Dan'l Dougherty's lecture at the Grand. Military Matter * . A general court martini has been called to moot at Fort Douglas , Utah , nt 10 o'clock on Monday , Iho ! Mth of October , for the purpose of trying such persons us may come before the court for trial. IB A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Homes * 40 Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry. Light Flaky IMscult , Griddle Cakes , Palatable and Wholesome. LNo other liking powder Joes such work. liVliRYONJEJiNIiEZING , ColilH iTHKiraWIinfftttfiitt It lllHn ( irllt retnrnft Jlitni/ern of M'ncii mania. Hiivo you noticed- the unusual number o colds poisoned by. your r.cciuiliitiiR'os | till1 your ? There socm.i.to bo no particular roasoi why the Full of thl .y 'iir should bo more try Inif tliun usual , Iwlr noNcrtlifilcm , It It a fuel Tlioin who know aomcthliiit of UIMO matters say Hint thl < * extraordinary incvnlencn o colds Is the forerunner of another visitation of thu llrlp. Whulllnr It may turn out so in not , n tiling averyono should do Ute not rlilo n cold ui 10011 impossllilti on account of tin ( liitiRcr to which ID prrMHi with a "llttlo cold' U exposed , I'nnuinnnla nobody \rlnho * to face , and It Is nor\.induration to ttiili1 that rlKht.y iicrount. otdnittlis from thlsi'aiiso i ould have broil averted If thu colds out of which tliu > Brow hud lit'i'ti riiri'd. lly far the hu < * t inothod of rlddlnir oneself ol it cold Is to tnko : t llttlo puru Htli.iuliuit . In water mill Uoou warm nftur luivliig done to , Ihii crcatrst euro mid nroniiit inoiiMiiroi Hhoiild bo taliou at the itiulitnst slKiiof Die approach of pnoumoiflu. If you hiivo a tick- line In the Ihrout. tightness of Ihoohost , pain In the blind , it eh lly fooling or pains through out the I oily. Immediately IIMJ some pine stimulant to promotn Iho cliuulutlon and uvort the ratiislroiihr. It chould bo particu larly liornu In mind that to ho of tlu < ie < | iihed value , thu stimulant ( whlskoy prnfcniblo ] must be puro. and Unity's I'ure Malt Wbhkcy. which can lie obtained of your driiist-lst or isroupf , mopt.s thi ) itiiiiltomcnti. It h stand ard and reliable anil the f.ict that it lus ro- ci'lvcd thn ondorsumcnts of the h-uillnB selon- lists and phvslcluns of tlnipri'sont day N thu I est iMiitritilnu of Its usefulness as a mod'clne. ' Insist upon luivlnx It ami do not allow ihu salesman to Hell you a substitute which ho may recommend as 'just us cnod. ' T hero no other niedlilnalvhli'i ' > y which equal 1 UuftVs 1'iiMJ Malt In puilty and inccllcncc. Porty-flvo hlRlieft nwardi havu been received by Sen * bury it Johnson from dif ferent Intcniatliinnl expo sitions for the 8tiK'ilorltj | of tht-lr Porous I'lnstcri ( Hid other goods , llenson's I'lii'tcrs liavo ninny com petitors but no rivals. U Is ) not n nostrum. Out the ( lonulnc. The Cod That Helps to Cure The Cold. The disagreeable taste of the GOD LIVER OIL is dissipated in Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with HYPOPHOSPHITES 03T UIwIB .AJSTD SODA. . The patient suffering from CONSUMPTION , ItROMlHITIM , . C-.MICII , COM ! . OR \VASTIM ; IISIANI-S : : , may take tiio I remedy wltli ns much fintlsrnctlon ns ho j would inlto inlllc. riiy.slclans nro prescrlb- I IIIR It everywhere. It h a perfect emulsion. j mill a uunilorfulncph producer. 3 < ile t > oilier THE SMALLEST PILL IN THE WOHLD ! © TINY DIVER PSIXS ® fa Imvu nil t ho virtues oftliu Inrjjor ones ; a W < ' < | n II.V ollVptivc ; piiwly Vf'Rrlnblc. (9 ( j\net slzo f.lin\rii In tbU border. Wo flcnd the nmrrrlnus French lliiiwJy CALTHOS fretnml n li'xal ' Kiianintro Hint UAi-tlluStt 111 KTOlIll.rhurco .V KlnU.l.mi , uml KUSTOUi : I-o.l Vigor. Ute it a ml fa y if satisfied. iJJrro.vON MOHL CO. , 8 I ImerlMiiAgtiili , UnilnnMl , Uhlo. Hnpartlllcurtd.DB J STEPUEHS.L.ttnln.O PHYSICIANS , SURGEONS and SPECIALISTS , 1409 DOUGLAS ST. , OMAHA , NEBRASKA. OfTTtn linnra from (1 ( a. m. tft S p. m Sunday from IU n. m. to 1 ] > . m. Bpocialista in Chronic , NorvouB , Skin a nil Hlofxl ConsnltntIon nt ndlco or by mall fr o. MixlicinoB edit by mall or oxprees , eecnroly pnckoil , free from olijorvntion. dunruutocB to euro quickly , Bnfoly anil permanently. The nuifit , wiiloly and favorably known epoclnl- Istfl In tlio Uiiitml Btatnn. Their IOIIK ox | > oricncp , remarkable nkill anil univurtuil HICCOSH iu th trontinnnt ami euro of Ncrvoun , Chronic and 8ur- 'Kirnl DiBoneoB. entitle thexo oniinent ilij ) irian8 to the full confidence of tlio allllcUxl everywhere. They gnuranteu : A CERTAIN AND POSITIVE CORE for tlio nwfnt ollcelH of early vice and tlio nunioruuy evila that follow in ite train. PRIVATE , BLOOD AND BKIN DISEASES BlH > cillly , coinpietuly nml poiinanuntly cnro.1. NERVOUS DEBItlTY AND SEXUAL DIB- ORDERS Jiold rvudlly to thulr akillfnl ' .rcut- nient. PILES , FISTULA AND RECTAL V .CERS RnnrantiHul cun.il without puiu or ilotontlon frijin buslneeu. HYDROCELE AND VARICOCELE i-nrma. nontly und MiiccoHnfully cured in every caw. HYPJIlIjIB , OONOItlllKKA. OIii7r. : KiH.rnm- torrhwa. Henilnal Wvakncss , lx > Rt Alanhood , NlKht. hmlsalonH , Iocnrd KacnltloH , Fiunido WiuikncNR anil all dullcnto illeonlorH iwcnllarto either HI * pnxltlvaly ciirml , OH well no nil feme. tlotml diwmlerH tlint rc'Htilt from } outhful follies or the oieeua of maturu QtfJpl urn Oaarantecd permanently cni il , Oil IUIUI C rcinntal roinploto , without rut- tlnu , raiiKtia or lillntatlon. Cure effected at homo by putlont without u muiuuuU pula or unnojunce. TO YOUNG AMD MIDDLE-AGED MEN A Qlira Pllln Tll ° i wf l effecls of early M , OlirO UUTB Trn Wcti | | Mnim orttnulo wenknens , destroiinj ; both mind and body , with all its dreaded ilf t jivniiauently cured. fll'O Ro4tc A 1drena thoKo who liavo lmpar UI O. OUlla rtj HioiniuiUeH by improper In. ilnl enen nnd Militnry ImhiU. whleh ruin both mind nml body , jiunttlnn Inem for buslnebg , btndy or innirinc . MA1I11IEI ) ME.V , or these onterlnt ; on that liaiipy life , uwara ol phjulcal debility , ijuickly a twisted. WBend 0 centft poetBKO for cfllobratwl works on Chronic , Nervous and Delicate DIMMU'DII. ThoiiBandd cured. Cr/A friendly letter or call may mvn yon future nulferlnu und thamo , and nild Kohlen yeiim to life. fctX'No letter anuwerod unlei-8 oeronipanlcd by 4 cents in tuiup . Adilrem , cr call on DRS. BETTS & BETTS , I4O9 Douglas St. , OMAHA , - - NEBRASKA. Or , Bailey Tnu Lfadin ? DENTIST. Third J'loor I'axton Hlock , Tclrpiiuu 10S5. Kith anil Fnriinin Nts. A full sot of ti-clh , on rubber. fur-Si I'erfect nt Ttu'tli without ilutes or lumuvublo brlduo wurk , Just tlici thliiK for slnaers unU uubllo upt'ulu-rH , nuvor droji down. Teeth Extracts t Without Pain , All fllllni ; * at roaHonubto rat ex. u | | work warranted. Cut tiim out fur a sulilo. Special Sale this Week of Fine Australian Wool , Camel's Hair and Merino Underwear. * We have recently purchased from a large manufacturer in Cohoes , N. Y. , the balance of their stock of Underwear , at prices which enables us to offer them to the consumer at less than actual cost of manufacturing , * NO CHEAP GRADES. SEE SAMPLES IN SPIOW WINDOW 50 cents Natural Wool. 50 cents. Lot 1 is a fet of 160 dozen natural wool , fall weight , ( no dye stuff used ) , in medium gray color , at 50 cents each. ' ' " $1.25. Camel's Hair. $1.25. ' No. 2. We offer 200 dozen Fine Camel's Hair Shirts and Draw ers , the most popular fabric and of the softest texture at $1.25 each. Sold regularly for $2.00. 75 cents. Natural Wool. 75 cents. No. 3. 275 dozen extra heavy weight Shirts and Drawers , full ribbed finish , at 75 cents each. Cannot be bought for less than $1.2ff $1 White Australian Wool. No. 4. We offer four cases of extra quality White Underwear oi excellent quality at $1.00 each. Samples o'.this Underwear sent by mail to any address and if not satisfactory , ret.irn at our expense. OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS. Cur Overcoat stock is the largest in the city. Don't think of buy ing whhout firs seeing our stock. MEN'S SUITS : Special values this week in Men's Business Suits. Great Bargain Week in Boys' Dept. Boys' Knee Pant Suits this week , $2.50 , $3.00 , $3.50 and $4.00. Boys' Overcoats $3.00 , $3.50 , $4.00 and $5.00. n HAVE YOU HEARD ANYONESAT ANYTHING ABOUT THEM ? If not , VISIT THEIR ONLY AI3OD13 , 1 09 PAKNAM. They far o.xooud anything shown In tlio line of CLOTHINd matlo tlio reputation of tailors , loft upon tholr hands for various ransomnn l will bo foundI In style and out what thdtf . upon . . . KCONOMl/INO these olodo times. 81.00 uro , but not all u .MISFIT for you. PllIOK aim quality will mcoj. you If you are buys $ ± 00 or MERCHANT f ) | f ON THE TAILOR II K AT MADE ULU DOLLAR. 1'ANTS. BUITS. OVKKOO-A/rS. 7 tailor made pants for $ . ' 1.76 $ . ' 10 tullor made null for $11.80 $30 tailor made uvurcout for $14.00 (10 tailor made pants for " ' JUb tailor made- bull for $17.8.r > 438 tailor iniulu overcoat for 118.00 12 tailor made pants for . " .10.00 $4f tailor made biiit for $121.do ) IO tailor made overcoat for 820.80 tailor matlo pants for $50 tailor made suit for $ ± 1.00 $ .ri ( ) tailor niailu overcoat for $ 'i.OO' (1C ( tailor made pants for . J8.00 $ -58 tailor made suit for $ l7.r ! > 0 ? , r 8 tailor made overcoat for 17.70 ! (18 ( tailor matlo pan to for . $8.76 SG5 tailor made suit for . ' 10.00 505 tailor made overcoat for 930.00 FOUND ONI V AT 13O9 Farnam Street , Omaha , Neb. 13O9 N , D , Mull orders rcco.vo prompt und careful attention. Alterations to insure a perfect lit made free ot oharu'o.