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8 ' 113 OMAHA DAILY BEE ; ; * SUNDAY , AUGUST 2fl , 1894.
The Opening of Omaha's Grandest New Dry
Goo's Honso Takes Placa
Uramlcat Stock of < lnn < l MORI SnrprUlnR
liurgnln * " \ \ underfill l.lrutrlo
Ilia piny llitmlMiina
Gorgeous decorations , beautiful music , al
together most elaborate opening ever wit-
i cased In the dry goods business.
Saturdiy , September 1 , Is ttio day of all
lays In ( ho history o { Omnlm.
It's the opening of tlic
N. Vf. corner ICth and Douglas.
The grandest , largest , finest and only re.il
fire proof building devoted to general mer
chandise In tlio whole west.
A metropolitan dry goods store that has
always been needed
Over 100 departments , each one larger than
the ordinary retail store , make the Iloston
Store In Us now mammoth proportions tlio
most colossal mercantile enterprise of the
oge.For the past three months our buyers have
ransacked the markets of Europe and Amer
ica for 'ho choicest of their productions ,
Everything dirt-inn this time has pointed our
way. Times have been hard , manufacturers
have been obliged to Bacrflce their goods In
order to obtuln money to keep n float , whole
salers and Jobbers have been on the brink of
ruin and failure , all eager to get rid of goods
even at a fourth of their value , at nny price
that would enable them to stave oft the bad
day.And our buyers have been buying1 these
bargains right along , forcing the most re-
marltablo bargain results by the wonderful
supreme power of our spot cash , paid right
down upon the spot.
During the past years you and all Omaha
yes , all surrounding Omaha , even to hun
dreds ol miles 'have recognized that Boston
Store IB thj bargain spot ; that Uostoii Store
stands unrivalled as bargain givers ; that
values have been glvun time and again , which
have never been approached or duplicated.
Yet , big as nil these bargains were anil
wonderful as tluy Imve been , they will bo
dwarfed nnd 'cast Into the shade and even
forgotten In the amazement produced by the
bargains at the opening of
K. W. Cor. icth and Douglas. j
On Saturday , September 1.
Tlin Dnugl.iR Comity I'nlr.
Secretary Brlggs of Superior writes that
the entries to the Nebraska Association of
Trotting and Pacing Horse Breeders and
Douglas County fair have closed , and that
all classes ore well filled. He has called
a special meeting of the board of managers
to meet at the Merchants hotel , this city ,
on Monday night next to make necessary ar
rangements tor this large list of entries.
Watch the papers for the dates oC this
Uniulin nnil Chit-nun Limited I'lftceii-ilour
L&ive Omaha at 6:35 p. m , and arrive
at Chicago 9:40 : a. m. via 0. M. & St. P.
By. for Chicago and all points cast. Trains
made up and started from Omaha , assuring
passengers clean and well aired cars. The
only line running a solid vcsttbuled electric-
lighted train from Omaha direct. No watt-
Ing tor through trains.
Ulcgant chair cars , palace sleeping and din
ing cars. Ticket ofllce , 1504 Farnam street.
Ticket Agent.
Nulnuor or Keunloii *
\Vhen-ts ItT Aug. 27th to Sept. 1st.
Where Is It ? Grand Island , Neb.
What Is It ? Sixteenth annual State 0.
A. R. reunion.
The Union Pacific will sell tickets at one
( are for the round trip from all Nebraska
polnti on August 2&U > to tsth Incisive , ami
from points within 100 miles of Grand Island
August 2Cth to Sptembcr 1st. Inclusive.
In t lIMtUAINS ,
In I'laiioH nnil
New ami shopworn Instruments. Going to
I- leave town. Sala from August 27 to Sept. J
* Mason & Ilamlln Organ and Piano Co , ,
Room 303 McCague building.
A > rir Train to
Commencing August 12 , the "Omaha and
Chicago special , " via the Chicago & North
western railway , leaves Omaha dally at 5:45 :
p. in. , and arrives at Chicago 8:15 : next
morning. Vestlbuled dining car , Wagner
sleepers and chair cars form the equipment
of this train , and ore oil up to "North
western" standard.
1401 Farnam street , city ticket offica.
The letter carriers of Omaha give their
annual picnic and excursion at Coffman on
Labor day' September 3 , 1891. As this Is
given fcr the benefit of their relief fund ,
they will have a large attendance nnd n
good time. _ _
Quaker llrfiid.
Is the sweetest jrl beet loaf of bread
made. Ask your grocer for It. Every loaf
bears our label , Take no other.
U. P. Steam Baking Co.
The tlullc of llio
For Kansas City and all of the business for
St. Joe goeu "via the Durllngton. "
Trains leave at 9:45 : a. m. and 9:45 p. in.
Tickets at 13-4 Farnam street.
The KIlli Animal Sttito (1. A. R.Hmmlon
Will bo held at Grand Island August 27th
to September 1st , 1S91. One faro for the
round trip via the Union Pacific. Tickets
on sale from all paints In Nebraska , August
25th to August 28th Inclusive , nnd from
points within 100 miles of Grand Island ,
August 26th to September 1st Inclusive.
51-15 I' . M. ut Onmliu. 8:415 A. M.
The new vestlbuled train now running on
the "Northwestern" east dally.
Buy your hard coal before the advance.
A. L. Patrick keeps the best. Tel. 657.
D. E. Ilolovtchlner has returned and will
resume practice at the Shcely block.
Heaps nnd piles of fruit and melons at
Bullet's , Mth and Harney.
Pianos to rent. A. Hcspc , 1513 Douglas.
Johnson Bros. , hard coal. Tel. 1052.
Umulia liny * I'lcnted wllli Wlmt Tlmjr Ac-
coiniillnliril ut I ho Ihieiimpmciit.
The members ot thu camp of Sons of Vet
erans , as well as the Nebraska delegates
to the national encampment , returned from
Davenport Friday.
Whilst the boys were not successful In EC-
curing the next nivvtlng nf the commaiidcry
In chief , as expected , > et they were emi
nently well satisfied with their work and
the trip.
By a vote of CO to 48 for Omaha the con
vention decided to go to Knoxvllle , Tenn , ,
In 1BD5. Omaha was the favorite from the
start , and had a majority on the ballot , but
a few viho were somewhat Indifferent on the
subject changed tlidr votes to the southern
city , and thus Omaha lost.
On every point , however , the Nebraska
boya are congratulating themselves , as their
wish that the eligibility clause bo lowered
from 2t to IK was carried , and their choice
for commandor-ln-chlef. Colonel \ \ \ u.
Ilundy , of Ohio , was elected ; also Throdoro
llarton of Itock Uland for second place and
L , A. Dllly far junior Mce.
There li not a single member of the en-
cainpmcnl who will not remembir the Ne
braska boys , for they were In ( ho "puih"
all lite time , and their headquarters were
thronged nil ( he day and'far Into tbo night.
Their slogan. "And Omaha Is a Orzat City , "
conNl be htard on all hands , from one side
ct Davenport to the other.
Orneral George- Crook ramp will go to
work with a renewed Ink-rest this year , as
It now is. p rnillted to do ai other mili
tary organisations and admit members at
Captain A II. Kiuvllzer , however , hail not
a very pleasant hiine-coinlni ; . as during
Ills absence thieves burnrd Ills residence
to lhe > ground , destroying nil th clothing
and household effects of himself and family ,
na yvell as a new piano.
Tomorrow iho Grandest Bnriiui Day of Onr
Sell kg Cut Sale.
It' Absolutely Certain Mint Wo Oprn Our
Haw Store ftaplotiitwr IK | , utxt Not
n Holla i > Wurtli of the Stuck
lie Movcil.
everything now In stock , must and shall
be sold In the next four days.
To make Monday the biggest dress goods
clay the stcrc has c er seen wo shall offer
our cnllre stock of dress goods which ha > c
been selling up to Jl.OO for 23o yard.
Our finest grades of Imported dress goods
that have been selling up to $1.50 go nt 49c.
Our ent.ro stock ladles' 15,00 , $7.00 and
$10.00 cloth nnd silk capes , lace and jet
trimmed , go In two Ida lit $2,60 and $1,98
LADinS' $7.50 WOOL SUITS. I2.9S.
Ladles' wool tiixed * suits , In black , storm
serge , tan and brown novelty goods , worth
$ T.60 , go at $2.98 ,
Our entire stock of ladles' tingle duck
skirts In navy , white , tun and stripes , worth
$2.50 , go at 49c.
All the ladles' 2. > c gauze and Swiss ribbed
summer underwear go at Sc.
All tno ladles' "So silk trimmed and fancy
st.tched . lisle thread underwear jo at 19c.
We have still a big stock ot ltdtcs' nnil
men's nnd children's fine shoes which must
bo closed out bef-re we open the new store.
Take your choice tomorrow at exactly one-
hnlf the former price.
Cor. 15th and Dodge.
Jewelry. Jos. P. Frehzer , opp. postofTlcc.
: wiiV ) J'oit JIIHIMAT. .
! , < ' ! i c C ranted mid Kxtmidoil nnd Changes
In Assignment mid Dlltll'B Jlrcto < l.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 25. ( Special Tele-
gr.un to The Bee. ) Captain Rogers IJlrnlo ,
Ordnance department , will proceed to Fort
Sheridan , III. , on oincl.il business , to examine
and report as to certain ammunition , and on
completion of duty contemplated will return
to his station In this city.
Leave of absence for ten days , to take
effect September. 1 , 1S84 , Is granted First
Lieutenant Charles D. Clay , Eleventh In
Leave of absence for two months , to take
effect on the return at his company to Its
proper station , Is granted Captain James
Kornance , Thirteenth Infantry.
The following transfers In the Third In
fantry are ordered : First Lieutenant George
Bell , Jr. , from company D to company K ;
First Lieutenant Harry Freeland , from com
pany K to company D.
Leave of absence for three months , to
take effect on or about September 1 , 1S94 ,
Is granted Second Lieutenant Julian U. Llnd-
sey , Ninth cavalry.
Leave of absence granted First Lieutenant
David C. Shanks , Eighteenth infantry , De
partment of Texas , Is extended to- Include
August 31 , 1894.
Captain Thomas M. Woodruff , Fifth In
fantry , will proceed to Palatka , Fla. , and
attend the encampment of the Fourth bat
talion , Florida state troops , at that place
commencing August 27 , 1804 , and after the
close thereof will proceed to Tampa , Kb. , and
attend the encampment of the Fifth battalion ,
Florida troops , commencing September C ,
1S94. Ho will report by letter to the governor
of Florida for such duty as may be required
of him during the encampments , and after
the close of the latter encampment will re
turn to his proper station. .
By direction of the secretary of war , para
graph 2 , special orders No. 1S9 , August I3H
1894 , Is amended to reid as follows : "By
direction 'of the secretary of war the fol
lowing transfers In the artillery arm are
made : Second Lieutenant Morris K. Bar-
roll , from the Fourth artillery to the Second
artillery , battery L ; Second Lieutenant Clint
C. Hearn , from the Second artillery to the
Fourth artillery , battery K. Lieutenant Bar-
roll will Join his proper battery , .and lieu
tenant Hearn will report for duty October 1 ,
1894 ' , with light battery F. Fourth artillery ,
as' attached thereto. "
Captain Henry P. Klngsbury. Sixth cav
alry , will , upon being relieved from his
present duties , report In person to the su
perintendent of the recruiting service at
Neiv York City for assignment to tempo
rary recruiting duty at Brooklyn , N. Y.
The following transfers In the Fifth ar
tillery are made : First Lieutenant Oliver
H. Wood , from battery M to battery G ;
First Lieutenant James C. Bush , from bat
tery C to battery M. Lieutenant Wood will
Join the battery to which he Is transferred.
With the approval of the acting secretary
of war , leave of absence for six months , on
surgeon's certificate of disability , with per
mission to leave the Department of the
Plattei is granted Captain "William Qulnton ,
Seventh Infantry ,
Leave of absence for one month , to take
effect September 1 , 1831 , Is granted First
Lieutenant John Stafford , Eighth Infantry.
I.eava of absence for two months from
September 1 , 1S94 , Is granted First Lieu
tenant Lucius L. Burfcc , Tenth Infantry.
The extension of leave of absence granted
Captain .Andrew H. Russell , Ordnance de
partment , In special orders No. 117 , May
IS , 1S94 , from this office , Is further extended
to November 1 , 1891.
The leave of absence granted First Lieu
tenant James A. Manty. Fifteenth Infantry ,
In special orders No. SI , August 10 , 1894.
Department of the Missouri , la extended
three month * .
The leave of absence , on surgeon's certifi
cate of disability , granted Second Lieutenant
William G , Haan , Fifth Infantry , In special
orders No. 90 , August 6 , 1894 , Department
of California , Is extended one month on
surgeon's certificate of disability.
Leave of abspnce for one month , to take
effect when relieved from duty nt St. Fran
cis Barracks. Fin. , IB granted Captain Jeffer
son R. Kerna , assistant surgeon.
Leave of absence for twenty days la
granted First Lieutenant Roger B. Bryan ,
Second cavalry , to take eff = ct September 11.
Wronged M'lfo ItunlR Up Her Hrrrcmit
. .Sioime | unil CIIIIIKK Him Much Trmililr.
SAN FRANOISCO , Aug. 25. A strange
story of one man's perfidy has come to light
In the divorce court here. Mrs. Annie Allls ,
an employe of a New York publishing house ,
has begun an action for the annullment of a
divorce which her husband , Edmund C ,
Allla. obtained from her In San Uonlto
county , this stale. In April last. The prq-
ceedlng rovrula another chapter In a domes-
He episode that startled society In St. Paul.
Minn. , in 1885. At that tlmo Edmund C.
Allls was an attorney of that city and a
pillar ot Christ church. Ho disappeared
mysteriously , and at first It x as thought that
he had defaulted with funds of the church
of which he was treasurer. It transpired
that he had eloppd with a girl named Sophia
Sandercon , who had been a friend of Mrs.
Allls' In Philadelphia before her marriage.
Mrs. Allls traced the guilty couple to Louls-
vlllo. Then Allls deserted the Sanderson
Kl'l , who went back to hrr homo In Phila
delphia , and the wronged wife went to live
with tier husband In Boston. She'waa
doomed to disappointment , however , accord
ing to the complaint filed today. Her husband
deserted her nguln In 1KS9. running away
with a ylrl referred to In the complaint as
'VKnma. " ivhose ruin he liad accomplished ,
This girl , . It 1 ; alleged , was deserted In the
From ISM until the present year Mrs.
Allls heard nothlni ; of hr ti < or tnt > t'p3u e.
Her flrnl Information was received In April
last , when she Ic.irnpd of the divorce ob
tained In California under allegations of
detmlon and extreme cruelty. Allls , It la
charged , represented that Ills wife "was a
resident of New London , Conn. , and caused
tlio summons to be mailed there , knowing
that It was not likely ever to reach her.
Allls has since married an estimable ? oung
woman named Stevens , whoso parents ro-
lide at Hanta Rosa , this state. Ills dis
carded wife Is out far vengeance H Is her
Intent on to becuro th > annullment of the
San Benlto county dlvnrre und to prosecute
her deceitful husband tcr bigamy ,
Momlnj ' 1'ulroiirr'ii.
Wo are making gigantic reductions In wnsh
poodH. and , In fact , summer goods of cve'tr
description. For example , we arc sell In R
short lengths best .shirting prints nt Z\ic
yard. Printed flannelette at G',4c , worth
ISc. Imported ginghams worth 2fic and 3F > c.
for IGc yard. Printed beaford cords nt fi'.tc
worth 25c. Finest French wool clmlllcs ,
sold all the season at CSc , now at 29c yard.
Storm ecrgo worth fl.2f > , for 76c. Chil
dren's underwear lOc each , worth 2f > c.
Men's negligee shirts worth $2.00 , for 98c.
Men's ties worth 3Kc , for ! 5c
Wo are closing out leather goods at al
most your ov n price ; $1.25 $ grips for 4Sc !
$1,76 grips for $1.19 [ 20c purses for 8'4c !
50c purses for 25c. We- are showing an
entirely new line of chenille curtains nnd
table covers nt remarkably low prices. Our
new fall wraps arq now on exhibition and
are worthy ot your Inspection. Look over
the line of ladies' aprons we arc offering
at 29c ; they arc good valui at 40c.
A CliKhlns Stuck fenlil Out 1.11ft Night
Molt ) IH < Jmrd Up.
The sale of the Columbia Clothing Co. to
M. 11. Cook and others under the name cf
the M. H. Cook Clothing Coj vvns con-
tumatcd last night , and the Columbia Is
now out of business.
The present week will be devoted to In
voicing thu stock to settle definitely the exact
sum to be paid over , the purchase pr.ce being
something less than ! > 0c on the dollar.
The Columbia people have made'a .host cf
friends In this city , and their retlrcmfnt
will bo greatly regretted. This sale has
been made necessary on accent of other
business In the cast , which will take up the
time of the former partners , which -they
should devote to the business here.-
Ono Turn for tlio Iliiuiiil Trip.
The Union Pacific will sell tickets to tha
sixteenth annual reunion to be bold H'
Grand Island , at the rate of one fare for the
round trip from all points In Nebraska )
August 25th to 28th Inclusive , also from
points within 100 miles ot Grand Island ,
August 2Cth to September 1st , Inclusive.
Two rroinlnrnt Miuih DaUntn Lawyer *
Threatened with IllBb.irnicnt.
SIOUX FALLS , S. D. , Aug. 25. ( Special
Telegram to The Bte. ) At a meeting of
the leading attorneys of the city this after
noon , Judge Keith , I' . J , Rogdo and C. L.
Brockwayvere appointed a committee to
bring disbarment proceedings against Donovan
van & Glover , prominent divorce attorneys
here. It la charged that they have been
procuring divorces In considerably less than
tlio statute tlin : , having suborned their
clients to swear to a legal residence In the
slate several months before such residence
could b ; legally established , and have ad
vertised In various eastern papers offering
to obtain divorces contrary to law. flic
movement grows out of the refusal ot a
divorce yesterday by Judge Jones because
on1 examining the plaintiff he discovered
that she had deliberately perjured hersIf.
The motcment has caused a sensation , as
the attorneys are prominent.
Anticipated tlio Judge.
CHAMBERLAIN , S. D. , Aug. 25. ( Special
Telegram to The Bee. ) Something of a
sensation has been created In this section
by the announcement that Lyman D , Bondln ,
defendant In the recent sensational divorce
suit , has disposed of Ma extensive property
Interest at Klmball. The decision of Judge
Hnney In the divorce case Is expected within
a few days , and If ( h : decision Is In favor
of the plaintiff , as. there Is every reason
to believe , efforts will undoubtedly be made
to set the transfer of property aside.
lined I'olflmi nnd u Kulfr.
DEADWOOD , Aug. 25. ( Special Telegram
to The Bee , ) Joseph Porter , a demented
Frenchman , today made- desperate attempt
to commit suicide. ° He took a. large doseof
strychnine , but that drug's action not being
rapid enough he drew his pocket knife and
used It freely , cutting several deep gashes
In his left breast. He was found bleeding
and mot.nlnu In. a . .QUWP | of bushes In ; tlio
rear of nn unoccupied house and taken to the
city hospital. The chances are that Hie
will die.
Ilonvy l.o uf nn Inirn runner.
CRESTON , la. . Aug. 25. ( Special Tele
gram to The Bee. ) A larga barn on the farm
cf J. W. Cherry , In Highland township , -was
destroyed this morning by fire ; 300 bushels
of oats , a large quantity of bay and corn ,
a team of horses , two -wagons and some farm
Implements were also destroyed. The loss
will approximate $2,000 , with no Insurance.
l'iIr , Northerly lVlnd % IJrcomlns Southerly
for Ncliruxlm.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 23-The Indications
for Sunday are : For Nebraska Fair ; north
erly winds , becoming southerly.
For Iowa Fair ; warmer ; northely winds ,
becoming southerly.
For Missouri Fair ; warmer In the- south
ern portion ; southerly winds.
For South Dakota Fair ; southerly tvlnds.
For Kansas Fair ; southerly winds.
l.ncal Itccorit.
AUJT. 'Si. Omaha recorjl of temuoraturo and
ruinfallcomparcd vcilti corresponding day of
past four j1 curs :
1804. 1603. 1802. 1891.
Maximum toiiiDorituro 86 = 783 6u = His
Minimum temucrature , 643 C4 = DB&U3
Averairo tuiiiDaraturo , . 703 00 = 61)3 ) 70 =
I'rcclpltutioi 00 .00 .00 .00
Statement showing the condition ot tom-
pcnUurcand precipitation nt ( Xnalm tar tha
day and since March. 1 , 18'JI :
Normal temueriituro , , , 713
Excess for the diiv 43
K\C'ss slnco Murch 1 & 5C > o
Normal proclamation 11 Inch
DoHclciicjr Tor thodajr 11 Inch
Uullclciicy slnco Alurcu 1 13.-45 Inches
Officer Russell of the police force Is quite
J. L. Barker , Hot Springs , S. D. , Is at the
Pax ton.
W , C. Burlelgh , Marshalltown , la. . Is a
Paxtoii guest.
A , K. Wells and child of Oakland were In
Omaha yesterday.
AV. H. Westwood of Rushvllle was In the
city last evening.
Deputy United States Marshal Llddlard ot
Rushvllle Is In the city ,
S."R. Theobold and E. Laughlln of Wayne
were In Omaha yesterday.
R. S. Benjamin and A. A Hlghbarger ,
Centervllle , la. , are at the I'nxton. .
Government Survejor J , II. Renshaw of
'Washington Is registered at the I'axton.
Mrs. A. C. White and daughter , Edna , of
Dewltt , _ Neb. , are visiting friends In Omaha.
Matt Daugherty , the republican nominee
for congress from the Sixth district , Is In the
0. Jamlscn and 0. J. Iscnscc , buyers for
Ilayden Bros. , returned frorn New Vork yes
Miss K. H. Terrlll has returned from her
vacation und Is now ready to receive cus
tomers. '
Sheriff Jacob Miller of Grant county , AVIs-
cor.sln , arrived In the city yesterday on
City Jailer P , F. Havey left last night for
a twenty days' visit with friends and rela
tives In Pennsylvania.
Messrs. E. Vates. F. D. Stearns , L. A.
Harvey , J , A. Yatcs and J. C. Wood , ac
companied by their wives , registered el the
Mlllard last evening from Logan , la.
Coroner M 0. Maul has returned from a
threeweeks' visit with relatives In eastern
Pennsylvania. Mr. Maul cays that the
farmers In ( he Susquehanna valley are en
joying magnificent crops this year , and
that times are much easier in the east than
In the west. The coroner' must have enJoyed -
Joyed lilt trip , for he shows a gain In avoir
dupois. He. also visited New York , Phil
adelphia. Washington and Baltimore. He
say * that many reports derogatory to the
reputation of Nebraska are being sent lo
eastern papora.
ill tlm Hotel * .
At thi 13ellone-C. A. Ulchcy , Platti.-
At the Arcade R. L , demons , Ohlowa ,
U. U. Stone , M err lam.
At the Mercer Ira Mallory , Chapman.
A It. Mentz , Lincoln ; Jlrs , Krances fole-
man , lleatrlce.
M the Menha tsLorsln Folrla Howlls ;
D F Ingles , Urnnd Islund , H. L. and C.
K Hoover , lilue Hill ! John Jackson , U. F.
, Dlalrj J , J. K cler , C-atral City.
Hastings Congregation. Proteus Aqahut the
tcnmal ofiTather Tnglali ,
Ml Armstrongbpttrtei TliU Afternoon on
YV'nrlc In the lllmatnjnWIH lit , 111
fust nine Aid lob tll lUioil Mlcp-
licrili In Omaliu't Cliurrlun.
Messrs. Stevens and Hrcnimn , the ctn-
tnllteo appointed by the Cnthollcs of Hast
ings to present to Mgr. Satollt a protest \
against the removal of Rev. J. English , pas
tor ot the church , to an Interior plac. , ar
rived In Omaha yesterday atlertuon on their
way lo Washington. They were met at tbo
depot by Mr. James p , English of this city ,
brother of Father Kngllsh , and together they
proceeded to the national capital.
Tlie business of the delegation Is to pro
test against the removal of Father English
from Hastings to David City. Under the
Baltimore rules governing the removal of
priests , bishops ore prohibited from remov
ing a priest from one parish to an inferior
one , except for "grave reasons. " Ths reasons
or offenses , of which the bishop Is the sole
judge , arc- those affecting the spiritual life
of tha accused. Accusations ot mismanage
ment , Incompctency and others affecting tem
poral affairs are determined by a diocesan
court composed of priests. The latter form
ha a not been Invoked In the case of Father
English. It IB presumed , therefore , that the
"grave of.'ense" mentioned In Mgr. Satolll's
letter nra of the first named class. Fatbcr
English Indignantly denounces and repels
as utterly baseless any and nil charges
against his character as a man and priest ,
and U Is the purpose tf the delegation to
secure a copy of tl.o so-called charges , so
that the accused may foes his accusers and
vindicate himself.
The protest adopted by the Hastings con
gregation which the delegation presents Is
as follows :
To the Most Rev. Mgr. SatolH : The under
signed members of the congregation of the
parish of Hastings. Neb , , In the diocese of
Lincoln , Neb. , most respectfully represent to
your grace that Father English has been In
the city ot Hastings for alK years last past
as parish priest , and that during all of said
time he has conducted himself and his parish
In such a manner as to at the present time
possess the confidence , admiration and ven
eration of the people of Hastings , Catholics
as well as Protestants , and particularly the
We therefore , ot the laity , petition your
grace for the reversal of the order of our
bishop removing Father English from Hast
ings , Neb , , and we most respectfully represent
that the parish to which Father English IB
sought to be removed Is one of the most In
ferior parishes In the diocese , and that the
parish ot Hastings IH one considered among
th ? superior parishes- the illocese. Father
English Is a zealous priest and has been a
citizen of Nebraska 'for at least fifteen years
last past , all of which time has been devoted
to the Interests of rcllalon.
AVe , the congregation of Hastings , Neb. ,
therefore protest against his removal. We
further most respectfully request that If any
charges li.-ve been-prefcrred agdnst him they
may be tried In tne usual way , and his repu
tation vindicated. 'W further represent to
your grace that we , the. congregation , have
steadfastly held ourselves from Interference
In the eccleslasticaliftgfat that has been waged
In this diocese , and that when his grace ,
Archbishop' Hennessey , came here to Investi
gate Bjshop Bonacum this congregation , as
such , had no. notice of li > coming , juid did
'not In any manner meet Archbishop Hen
We therefore In the Interest of religion
and the Interest cf right and justice- re
quest your Interposition to the end that jus
tice may rucldbac to ll ; > pirt1es concerned ,
and for such Intervention1 en the part of your '
grace , we shall ever. pray.
We , the committee on resolutions , beg
leave to .submit the following :
" Whereas , Father English has been pastor
of this church for six years last past , and
Whereas , During said time ho has been a
zealous and faithful priest , and
Whereas , The Catholics of this congrega
tion because thereof are attached to him ,
Whereas , The community in the city of
Hastings , regardless 'of ' religious lines , recog.
nlzes In him a sober , zealous and tndus-
trUus citizen , and
Whereas , It Is currently reported that
Father English , In pursuance to a command
sent by the bishop of Omaha , the said
Omaha bishop acting under a command of
his grace , Monslgncr Satolll , went to pro
cure from the Sisters of Visitation Convent
at Hastings , Neb. , a , statement of the facts
In regard to the loan made to the sisters by
one Rllej' , and
Whereas , At said ttlme It was reported to
the bishop of Lincoln that Father English
was procuring a detrimental statement
against the bishop from said sisters , and
Whereas , It Is reported that because
thereof and because of Father English's
position 1n the ecclesiastical fight that has
been wagingIn this diocese he Is to bo re
moved , and
Whereas. Slnco Father English came io
the city of Hastings the Catholic congrega
tion has made Improvements In the amount
of $13,000. with a remaining- Indebtedness
therefor lii about the sum of $5,000 , and
Whereas , Said money to make said Im
provements waa contributed by Catholics
and Protestants because of the pastorate of
Father English , and
. Whereas , We , the Catholics of Hastings ,
Neb. , demand that ue > have rights as laymen
In the premises , anil
Whereas , It Is generally stated that
Father English Is to be removed because
charges have been preferred against him ;
now , therefore , be It
Resolved , That tie Roman Catholic con
gregation of Hastings , Neb. , at a meeting
duty called and advertised , do protest against
the removal ot Father English , and demand
that If any charges are preferred against
him they , be considered according to the
rules of the church , and at the same time
and In the same manner as will protect the
rights and interests of American citizens. We
demand that If charges are preferred. Father
KiiRllah have the epportunlty to be heard
In defcnsp. AVe further demand recog
nition of the ability piety , sobriety and In- .
duslry ot such priests as Father Kngllsh ,
and respectfully ask , that such priests In this
western country recilvo consideration for the
deeds by them dona.
> tl < l Mr tbrn'Ooa
The following jolfxplanatory letter from
Rt. Rev. Richard S annell , bishop of Omaha ,
will be read In the' ' Catholic churches today :
I beg to call the Attention of the people
of Omaha to the work of charity which the
Sisters of the Godrtj fihepherd are now per
forming In our miilstjB Three months ago
the slaters opened , a house In South Omaha
for the shelter arxl reformation of fallen
women , Tills houuo now shelters twenty-
three persons ot Ihlt class who are fitting
themselves to lend , virtuous and honorable
H\PB. The undertaking , therefore , appears
to bo meeting wlthigrcat success , and , judg-
* Awarded
Highest Honors-World Fair.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia , Alum orany other adulterant
Ing from what has- already liern done and
Ink Ills ( iirrounclltiK circumstances Into ac
count. I have no doubt Ilia Institution will
hnvo. fifty InrnnteB brforc > the expiration of
the next three months.
For the support of the Institution the sin
ters dcpeild on the work of the Inmates and
the charity of the public.
The Inn.ites are- not allowed ( o spend their
time In Idleness , hut are engaged In all kinds
of needlework and also In laundry work.
Persons who tend work to the Convent ot
the Good Shepherd will have the satisfaction
ot finding the work well done and will at the
same time contribute to the support of a
most meritorious charity.
As the winter Is approaching It becomes
necessary to provide a heating apparatus
for the bulldlnc. For this money will be
needed. I am confident the public -will
come to the aid of the sisters nnd will fur
nish them 'with the means necessary for
this purpose , I leave It to you and to the
people ot the parish to decide as to the
best way of assisting the sisters In this
1 exhort nil men and women , young and
old to coma to the aid of the sisters. Union
gives strength , and when nil arc united In
the support of a work the success of that
work Is , with GoJ's blessing , assured.
The public arc Invited to visit the con
vent , where they Can see the sisters In
charge nnd learn the nature and methods
of the chrclty which Is so earnestly recom
mended. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Siiiiilny K riiInn Miinlrnl Snnlco.
The following musical service will be
rendered al tno Flrst Methodist Episcopal
church , Iwcntleth and Davenport streets ,
this evening. As these concerts are free ,
there will be a collection taken to defray
expenses' and In support ot tbo music fund :
Organ Solo Mnrch from nn Oichestrnl
Suite Oliver King
Hymn Praise , My Snul , the King of
Henvcn Tune by Henry Smart
Chant Antlphotml nencdlctUB Farrant
Organ Solo Prayer and Cradle Song. . . .
Alex. Ciullmant
Solo ( tenor ) Jly Hope Is In thi > Ever
lasting Sir John Stalncr
Mr. AValter Wllklns.
Organ Solo ( by request ) Festive March
in D Henry Smart
Anthem The Hndlant Morn Hutli Passed
A wn y W o od w n r l
Organ Solo ( offertory ) Christmas Offer
tory . , . , . . . . . . > . Lemmcns
Hymn Sweet the Moments
Tune fiom Uefthiven
Solo ( contrnlto-Kye Iluth Not Seen..Gaul
Mrs. Morton
Organ Solo Elevation In A Minor
Lefebure AVely
Anthem O , Come to Me , Ye Wi > ary..Florlo
Hymn Glorious Things of Thee Ate
Spoken Tune from Haydn
Postlude Coronation March Meyerbeer
The concert begins promptly at S o'clock ,
and no seats will bo given during the rendi
tion of any number on the program. As the
church was crowded beyond Its capacity
last Sunday night , those who are anxious to
procure good seats should come early.
SI Us Armstrong Will Hprnk.
This afternoon at 4 o'clock Miss Arm
strong will deliver the address nt the
Young Men's Christian association which
will be of unusual Interest. Miss Arm
strong will speak from an experience of
six years In the high hills nnd jungles of
tha Himalayas.- Miss Armstrong Is said
to be a most fascinating speaker , and as
she will also speak In the costume of the
natives of that country , an Interesting ad
dress may be expected. Secretary Ober's
large bible class will meet In the association
parloif at 3 , Immediately preceding the
afternoon service.
Work l Sollcllrd.
The Sisters ot the Good Shepherd an
nounce that at the Home , dressmaking ,
tailoring , all kinds of plain and fancy needle
work , Limerick and Irish point lace nnd
laundry work are done to order. Address
Is Thirty-seventh and L streets , South
Omaha. Telephone , 3G.
llrlof I'liljilt Forcriihtn.
Plymouth Congregational Usual services.
Irish Lutheran Services at 10:30 : a , m. ,
No. evening services.
Hillside Congregational Pastor will preach
In the morning and Dr. Duryen'In the even
All Saints The pastor , Rev. T. J. Mackay ,
has returned and will conduct the usual
People's ' Church Alexander F. Ircme , the
noted young Irish.preacher , will be In the
pulpit in the morning.
St. John's African Methodist Subject of
morning sermon : "Tho Excellency ot Lcve. "
Evening : "A Mind to AVork. "
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational Prof.
AV. A. Deerlng of Tabor college will con-
Juct the services In the morning.
Grace Evangelical Lutheran The pastor ,
Rev. Luther M. Kuhns , will preach at 11
a. m. on "Christ's Capable Work. "
Immanuel Baptist Topic of morning ser
mon : "Man Is Ills Own Greatest Enemy. "
Evening : "Enchantments. " Baptism at
close of the evening service.
iy vuxstoz s.
Veterans of tlio I.iito War Ilomemberrd liy
the < i nernl ( iovnrninnnt.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 25.-fSpeclal to The
Bee. ) Pensions granted , Issue of August
M , were :
Nebraska : Original William N. Richard
son , Red Cloud ( AA'ebster ; Samuel W. Craw-
ley , Armour , Pawnee. Hefssue Joshua
McGlnnls , Beatrice. Gage.
Iowa : Original Edward Gmltli , Boone ,
Itoonc ; Jeremiah Smith , Cantrll , Van Bu-
ren ; John Hamilton , McPnul , Fremont ,
Supplemental Austin AV. Hull , Des Molnes ,
Polk , llonewalVlillam N. Johnson , Mus-
ciitliu1. Miiscntlnp. Increase Adam Boyer ,
Fort Dodge , Webitcr ; Daniel AVeatfall , New
London , Henry. Reissue Sampson D. Sar-
ver , Lovlla , Monroe.
Colorado : Original Thomas G. Av' . Arm
strong , Lovelaml , Larimer ; Pusquel Hod-
rlpues , AValseiiburR , Huerfuno. Additional
John Motion , Pueblo , Pueblo. Renewal
William M. Hooper , Barley , Pails.
South Dakota : Original Robert McEl-
Imney , AVutertown , Codlngton. Renewal
and Increase Cary D. Joslyn , Bartholdl ,
Chailcs Mix.
The estate of John B. Detwellcr has been
closed and the administrator released.
Edgar H. Moursc has been appointed as
special administrator of the estate of Wil
liam G. Doom , deceased.
Al Patterson , colored , was arrested last
evening for trying to "work" a drunk , He
Is locked up as a suspicious character.
Why tlio Etrike Will Oauso Permanent Di'-
rulvantngo toV/orkingmo / ! ] .
Um-itlon of I'fiyJII iti lie Settled nl tholCm-
l > loy r'H Ulllce DiiyllRlit klulibcry
on > street Oilier M
City Ncnti.
"This last ttrlkeas a mighty bad thing
for the men vho are employed In the packIng -
Ing houses hero , " said a gentleman , who Is
a general foreman In one of the houses.
"Before the strike I always hired the men
nnd fixed the pay for each man who was put
to work. For icven years I fought con
stantly for high wages nnd succeeded In
keeping the pay of the men up to n standard
which I considered was Just. Some of the
men appreciated this fact , while others did
not. AVhen the men commenced going out
this time I was surprised lo see fellows
walk out who were getting from 2.ri to 60
cents a day more than other good men could
be secured at for the same work. Hut they
wenl , and now I am done with Iho whole
question ot pay. If these men can ac
complish anything by bull-hcaded strlkcs , all
right. From now on when a man shows up
at our plant for a job I engage him and then
send him to the olllce to nnd out what pay
ho Is to get. I have worked for years taklnit
the part of the workmen and trying to Xceji
up wages , but now they can go to the olllco
and deal with the gentlemen there. I will
sea that they do plenty of work nnd earn
nil the money the men In the otllce agree lo
give them. " _ .
l.mt uf I ( HI Striking Trinililcfl ,
Joe Idrby Is one ot a half dozen men who
pulkd Harry Hart out of a barber shop on
Q street and gave him a severe pounding
because he hnd gone to work In one of the
packing houses. The other five men ian
away and avoided arrJst. Klrby was taken
before Judge Chrjstmann yesterday nnd
sentenced to twenty days In the county Jail.
Ed Miller and Adolph Hose were both 1
working In Cudaliy's packing house. While
on his way home Rose was assaulted by
Miller with n coupling pin. Officer Tnngc-
mann happened to come along Just In time
to prevent a bloody contest. Miller was
sentenced to thirty days In the county Jail ,
but the sentence was suspended providing
the fellow would leave town at once.
This Is the last of the cases where arrests
wcro made during tlio tlrlkc troubles.
I'cdillom Tall Out unit I'lght
Frank Aawley and Leon Aronson left
Omaha on n peddler's wagon the very best of
friends. They occupied the same seat and
were to divide the profits derived from the
sale of a load ot fruit which they purchased
at a commission house , and were to peddle
out from house to house. Just after reaching
South Omaha the men got in.o u dispute over
some money matters. The wlnO blew Haw-
ley's hat off , and he jumped off the wagon
to get It. When he did BO Aronson whipped
up the horse and did not stop until ho was
overtaken by Hawlcy , who hauled him off
the seat and beat and clubbed him to his
entire satisfaction. 11-nvley was arrested
and sentenced lo twenty days in Ihc county
Itnbliery on .V Street.
Mike Roagen hung around Thompson's
dry goods store yesterday until ho saw a
good opportunity , -when he took a bolt of
cloth and started down the street at a pace
that would break all records. Ofllccr Mc-
Donough was soon on the fellow's trail nnd
by the time the thief had reached Q street
ho was out of wind and was easily taken by
the officer. The cloth was recovered.
The thief gave the name of Mike Reagen.
He Is a new ono to the South Omaha
police and had only been In town a few
hours vvhen ho committed the theft.
1VI1I Davelnn New Spring ! .
John Flynn , the clothier , and Dr. AV. II.
Slabaugh , have leased the mineral springs at
Syndicate park and will proceed to develop
them and supply all comers with this water.
The doctor had the water analyzed , and the
report was highly satisfactory. Many South
Omaha families have bcn using this water
all summer , and all recommend It highly.
The springs are located handy to the city
and the water will not be expensive for any
one. They have ben named the Hollan
Mineral springs.
City G.'Kslp. '
dlss May Babcock Is visiting friends In
The date set for opening the public schools
Is September 7.
Mr , John Owens , private secretary to
Manager llabcock , Is on the Rick list.
Rev. William Gemmlll of Pennsylvania Is
visiting his brother , Mr. J. D. G mmlll.
AV. L. Holland and wlfo will start for Hot
Springs , S. D. , on the 1st of September.
Rev. William Gemmlll will preach at the
Presbyterian church at the morning service.
A tally-ho party of South Omaha people
attended the big show at Courtland beach
last night.
Services will bo held at St. Martin's
Episcopal church Sunday morning and evenIng -
Ing , and also on Tuesday evening.
The Bohemian turners canie In jestcrday
and last evening In large numbers. There
will be an Interesting time at Sarpy Mills
today , as all th ; contests promise to bo
very close.
City Treasurer Hector has gone Into the
hay business In a moil era to way. He has
a gang of men putting up COO tons In South *
Dakota. Feed men any that hay will be
worth a cent a pound thla coming winter.
Rev. Dawson will preach at the Methodist
church this morning and Rev. Dr. Murray
of Omaha. In the evening. Rev. AV. K.
Beans will preach Monday evening and Rev.
T. C. Webster of Omaha Tuesday evening.
The meetings are being well attended.
Thought to lie .Umcs Drldroll.
A m n giving the name of John Creel-
man was arrested last evening by Detectives
Hayes and Hudson. He Is supposed to bo
James Drlscoll , who Is wanted In Denver for
grand larceny. The- prisoner answers tha
Best Location in the City.
ahovo my store ,
Boom 65x32. Elevator service ,
It has bean one of tha "best
cloak and suit salesrooms
for the last eight years.
It's a good carpet room ,
Good for children's clothing
Ladles1 Furnishings and Notions ,
1519-1521 Douglas St >
descrlpllon of the escaped thief , and a photo ,
graph of Iho man has been sent tothe >
Denver police.
I.n l Night \VltnM < ( l ( liirgrnni I'omprll
Vfturlnt Ate 111 * Xupper vrllh llclnt.
Excursionists came from near and far by
liundrtds , and Oniahnni assembled by thou
sands at Courtland beach last evening , anil
1'aln'n "Last Days of l > ompell" was prc-
tfiitcd In a. manner that ought to have de
lighted every ono of the lO.WO-odd persona
In attendance , the largest audience yet had.
The ballet , the tumble , wrestlers anil
other performers wereat their best , and
their efforts to please > \cre received with
prolonged applause. It was "Omaha day , "
and the beach management hna reason to feel
proud of the manner In which the Omahnna
turned out.
At "Pompeii" all progressed In splendid
style until the day's festivities -nero over
and the populace assembled at lots' temple.
It was Ihcn that Olaucus refused lo > kneel to
the golden calf , and thcro was trouble.
Qlaucus unit a Christian with a bit of common
Bcnse , and he could not see where the calf
had anything to do with his future. After
thinking the matter over he came to the con
clusion that ho could see no reason In Iho
wide , wide world why ho should soil hla
pink tights by kneeling to the calf. So
when tlu > doors of the templewcro thrown
open and the canting priests carried out his
caltlots , ho looked on nnd smiled at the
crowd kneeling to the piece of glided veal.
That made Arbaces hot under the collar ,
and In a few words that cannot be produced
In print he ordered ( llaucun to kneel. "Not
on your life , " says tl.iucus ; "I'm next to-
this business , Arbaces , old boy ; you're workIng -
Ing for a laundry , and by making ; everybody
kneel soil their tights , so you can gel the
job lo wash them , but jou'll not catch me.
I've got a boll on each knee and I can't
kneel. "
That made Arbnces mad and ho pulled hla
s\sord. Glaucus had worked as a bartender
and was quick at pulling , and out came his
piece of steel. Doth were game and went
nt each other. The scrap was a good one.
but before It was llnlsneci old Vesuvius
began to have the nightmare. The lobster
he had eaten early In the day began to move ,
and It was not for the good of the persons
who were spending Iho summer at "Pompeii. "
They were dead on how Vesuvius acted
when he was not fepllng well , consequently
Arbaces turned his head for a moment to
see what was going on , anil Olaucus got In
his work.
He grabbed lone and Nydta , two Intimate-
friends of his , and made for the woods.
He was wise , for Just then Vesuvius belched
forth , and all that he had In him. The
earth quaked , people screamed and fled lo
ihe only place of safety , the sea. Hut II
was a long CJuttctiberK stretch , and they
wcro caught under the wireby Vesuvius.
That was the last day of Pompeii so far
as last night's audience \\as concerned.
The fireworks following were the finest yet
seen. The rockets , bombs and water devils ,
the big set pieces , the funny elephant and ,
monkey gymnast were magnificent.
My permission of Mr. Pain , Messrs Tre-
vanlon and Condon will , at 4 o'clock this
afternoon and at 7 30 this evening , give a
special performance on the horizontal bar.
Their performance Is ono of the games which
entertain Arbaces and lone In the "Last
Days of I'ompell , " nnd Its excellence has led
the management to believe that n special
appearance ot the two artists will be gratify
ing to the public.
They Caught 1'oMrr.
The Milwaukee police nojlned Chief Seavey
last-night that they had captured Ed Foster ,
alias Vex , and eic holding him subject to
orders from Omaha.
Foster worked for an Installment house at
1C03 Howard street nnd elcrped with some
of the collections , so say the proprietors ,
M , P. Adams & . Co. An Omuha officer will
be sent to the Cream City to bring Postci
backto stand trial for grand larceny.
nunROUQHS-Frod I. . . , 'nl bis father's
resldenr-e. S83D Kranklln Btrtot , nt 11 p. m. ,
the 2-lth hint. , nR < ( ! If ) yours nnd 5 days.
Funeral at Lowe Avenue Presbyterian
church nt 2:30 : Sunday. All friends cor
dially Invited. Interment , Italley ceme
tery , south cf South Omaha.
CkltU re
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J2.00 purchase , THIS WEEK ONLY.
Sample Jar ot Eureka Flesh Food with a
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Cellar Chests ,
Here Is an Insurance Policy on your ward
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Dust proof. Letts forever. Iron bandlis.
Stout castets.I'ancllfd sides and top. Se
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We also have Antique Oak Hall Chestl
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