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8 THE OMAHA PALLY JU2E : MONDAY , APRIL 20 , 1895.
OMAHA LOSES DR , UURYEA Eesignation as Pastor of First Congrega tion Church Submitted Yesterday , TENDR : REGARD FOR PARISH AND CITY Blatter to Ho Countered by tlio Church -\Vettncmlmr UvmliiB formally Itcllu- qulnlici ; BIcinl > erililp In School JlonrU 111ork In Omaha. Kev. Dr Joseph T. Duryca lias become lost to the rirul Congregational church as patter nml the city of Omaha as a potent factor In Its moral anil Intellectual life , and a personal supporter of all good enterpriser. Ho wns given leave of absence by the con gregation last November on account of 111 health , caused by overwork , and has slnco been In the cast seeking recovery. At the morning service of the church yes terday the following letter of resignation from him was read : To the lUothers nnd Members of the First CoriKrtgatloiml Church and Society of Omaha , Neb. : Grnce , mercy nnd pence from God , the I'uthcr , nnd our Lord Jesus Christ. In the providence of Oed I have been Inld aside from nctlve Bervlce us pastor of the church at n time when the bcsi ervlce Is most needful to the church and society. My HlcknesM hue been protracted Ions beyond the time when It was hoped that I would be sulllclcntly restored to be able to enter again upon the performance of my duties. After careful consideration of all thu cir cumstances 1 deem It to be my duty to tender my resignation to you , and to aid : you to call a mutual council to witness and confirm your acceptance of the same and to dissolve the pastoral relation. It would be Impossible for mo to express the feelings with which I have contemplated this act Hlnco April 1 , when It became evi dent that I ought not to resume the full wotk of a preacher , and certainly before the 1st of September next. Hefore that time my Judgment was shapsd by the wise coun sel of men whom I could trust and deeply Interested In both the church and myself. It Is vain for me to attempt to say what lias been In my heart all the while. I have loved the people of the parish , the city and the slate , and have always Mncerely and faithfully tried to give the best I had and could obtain for their bcnollt. I part from them In grief. I will always watch for tidings of good from them with eager ness , and receive them with Joy and thank fulness. I pray Oed and our Lord Jesus Christ to keep , bless and prosper your endeavor to make th mother church of Omaha and Ne braska stand at the front of Christian enter prise , energy and devotion. The present distress will not last. Already there are signs of better days. Omaha will be a noble city and Nebraska will be a grand com monwealth. I am grateful to have had some humble part In laying some foundations on which others will build , and expect that you and your successors will become wise builders , lifting ths work toward Its crowning com plcteness , With the pledge of deep , tender nnd last Ing personal love for you nil , I am your servant for Jesus Christ's sake , ( Signed. ) JOSIil'Il T. DUIIYEA. Yonkers , N. Y. , April 21 , 1SS3. HEAUD WITH GREAT HEGIinT. The communication deeply affected the con gregation , though for Eomo time It has been feared that Dr. Duryea would never resume his pastoral duties In Omaha. It was the expectation of his parishioners and of him self when ho loft last autumn that a few months' rest would be sufficient for restora tion to health , but as months passed It was recognized that , the malady was deeper fixed than at first supposed , and the opinion became - came prevalent that the doctor would never again bo able to emluro the constant strain on his energy that he had so long been accustomed to. The same mall that brought his resignation as pastor also brought his resignation as a member of the Board of Education. The latter Is In the hands 'of President Akin of the board and will bo submitted at the next meeting of that body. A meeting of the members of the First church will b < held Wednesday evening to consider the resignation. It la understood that , unden the circumstances , It will bo ac cepted , though the church -will part -with Dr. Duryea with the deepest regret. HIS WOKIC IN OMAHA. Dr. Duryea came to the First church near the cloze of 1S88 from the Central Congrega tional church of Boston. He had already long enjoyed a national reputation as a preacher of rare force , as a scholar and as ono always ready to become personally active In any movement designed for the betterment of society morally and Intellectually. From the beginning of his residence In Omaha he was Immensely popular , not only with the members of his own congregation , but with all the people In the city Interested In mat ters pertaining to morals. His Information on a wldo range of subjects and his manner ot speaking made him a favorite as a lec turer , and the willingness with which he lent himself to all demands , not only In Omaha , but near by , explains why he broke down. He was especially1 prominent In Young Men's Christian association and Chautnun.ua work , In art circles , In philanthropic en deavor , and later was officially Identified with the administration of the public schools , being elected a member of the Board ot Edu cation In the fall of 1893. It Is understood that when sufficiently re covered Dr. Duryea will accept the pastorate of the Bedford Street Dutch llcformed church , Brooklyn. 111(111 fllV S CKLKHK VTKO JUsliop Sentinel Preside * at Homo of tlio linuit Shepherd Sumliiy bcrvlcc. Pontifical high mass , this highly Impres sive and rare ceremony ot the Roman Catholic church , was performed yesterday In the beautiful little chapel of the House of the Good Shepherd toclety , which Is situated about a mile and a halt from South Omaha. The chapel In a hall of the "house" was decorated with a profusion of cut Honors , emllax and potted plants. Tin altar was a beautiful sight , the lovely flowers and numerous lights adding much to the beauty of the scene. Just before the entrance of the bishop and his attendants a long line of girls , some clxty In number , all dressed In pure white , with long white veils , ( lied Into place. Owing to the size of the chapel a very few Invitations were Issued. The celebration was primarily In honor of the first anniversary of the establishment of the "house. " Just one year ago the doors of this benevolent house were thrown open. Today the bishop starts on hie. trip to Rome. It was In the nature of a farewell celebration. Ths bishop and the attendants seemed to feel that It was a peculiarly solemn oc casion. A pontifical high mass can only be cele brated by a bishop , but all masses celebrated by a bishop are not pontifical high mass. The celebrant was Rt. Rev. James. Scannell ; assistant , Rev. Father Jeanette ; deacon of the mas.3 , Rex\ John Smith ; sub deacon , Rev. Thomas Walsh ; deacons of honor , Rev. Early , S. J. ; Rev. O'Mara , S. J. ; master of ceremonies , Rev. G. M. Colancrl. Other priests present were : Father McLaughlln and Father Morlarty. There were also pres ent as servers seven acolytes. Just before the conclusion ot the ceremony Vicar General Choka arrived. Besides the celebration of the mass the bishop also had an ordination. Under a special dispensation and owing to the an ticipated visit cf the bishop to Rome , Victor Knil , a native of Switzerland , was raised from the deaconal to the priesthood. The candidate for priestly honors carried a lighted candle from his entrance until the laylnp on of apostolto hands. The music was In charge ot tlio mothci assistant and several of the girls. It wat Carl Von Weber's celebrated mass , and was rendered In a very creditable manner. The Instruments used were organ , fir it1 violin second violin and vlollncello. The choir wa ; composed entirely of penitent girls. Tin music and tinging thoued the careful traln < tug ot the faithful Bisters. At the con < elusion of the ceremony the girls and the \lsitora In turn received the blessing from thi new priest , TJiftvork the Society of the Good Slicp herd U doing IBsomething that few oppre elate. These good sisters glva their whole life to the reformation of penitent girls Judging from the bright , contented faces o : the girls their \\ork Is tucceasful. Thcli house la admirably arranged for the work but yet In ona short year their work hai crown to such proportions that their housi Is full They can accommodate but seventy two girls. At prmut they lute ilnty-two A t that raU at uovery dln'.ant d.iy the ] will be compelled to refute admittance to worthy girl * . They hops that before that day arrives oma noble charitable eoul will como for- ard and either enlarge the present house r build a larger one. The sitters would ke to make the homo self-supporting , but lie present facilities are Inadequate. They Im to keep the girls In the house constantly mploycd. They have a large laundry In the xiscment In which they do washing , prln- ilpally for hotels , restaurants and barber hops , They are also taught dress making , ace making and all sorts of beautiful fancy vork , In which the sisters are such adepts , f they are at all musically Inclined they are Ivcn lessons' on an Instrument of their own boosing. They have at present a very redltable band compered ot eleven pieces. The voices In the choir showed that they ilso had a vocal teacher ot no little ability. Each girl's likes and dislikes are studied , and she shows a talent or Inclination for a ertnln kind ot work she Is given that work. Acting through the blood Hood's Sarsapa- Ilia not only cures scrofula , salt rheum , etc. , nt gives health and vigor to the whole iody. STATE WITNESSES IN JAIL. Cannot Ur.inr Fee * \Vlillo Lying There Waiting tn llo Culled. Witnesses tn state cases who are confined n Jail und held by the state until their testi mony Is given may as well resign themselves : o their lot. Ths state will ot course give hem food and lodging , but It Is highly probable - able that from this time on they v.111 get no per diem while confined In Jail. Assistant County Attorney Slabaugh has een looking up some law for the county com missioners and finds an Oregon decision hold- ng that the state Is not liable for witness ocs for the time witnesses arc confined In all awaiting the calling up of the case f the prisoner against whom they nro ex- iccted to testify. "This means quite a financial saving to .ho county , " said a gentleman Interested In he question , "though It Is rather hard on lie witness , who Is both deprived ot his Iberty and a means of earning something at he same time. Ho Is put In Jail because he s poor and can't get a ball bond for his appearance. Fortunately ths county does not liave many such cases. The claim of Sugar jump Clark , who was Sam Payne's mistress , ivas one of the last Important ones of this nature Douglas county had to adjust. Whllo 'ayne ' was awaiting trial for murder she was confined In Jail. The county got her : o compromise her claim at half price. " A fair Ailviiniiit ; ) * * . Offered by the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul railway , the short line to Chicago. A clean train , made up and started from Omaha , Baggage checked from residence to dcstlna- lon. Elegant train service and courteous en ployes. Entire train lighted by electricity and heated by steam , with electric light In every berth. Finest dining oar service In ho west , with meals served "a la carte. " The Flyer leaves at C p. m. dally from Union Depot. City Ticket Ofllco. 1501 Farnam street. C. S. Carrier , city ticket acent. Important Change In Time. "Great Rock Island Route" to Chicago , Peorla and all points east ; Atlantic Express "eaves 11 a. in. ; Vestibule Limited , 4:30 : p. m. ; Night Express , 6:25 : p. m. To Lincoln , Fair- bury , Belleville , Denver , Colorado Springs , Pueblo and all points west ; Vestlbul Llm- ted leaves at 1:40 : p. m. ; Texas Express , via Lincoln and Or'.levllle , leaves at 6 p. m. Ticket office , 1C02 Farnam street. Summer Kicnrslnn. Southern California Is cool , comfortable and attractive as a summer resort. Living Is "nsxpenslve , scenery varied and healthfulness unquestioned. Choice of routes , best rates and other Information can be obtained from rlrs. Blackburn , C3t South 31st street , Omaha. Mrs. Blackburn will conduct a party of ladles to Los Angclos and San Diego the first week In Juno. IlomcHcckorj' Excursion. Chicago , Rock Island & Pacific railway Tuesday , April 30 , will sell tickets at one faro for the round trip , good for return pass age twenty days from date of sale. For full particulars call at ticket office , 1C02 Farnam street. 2'EK ! > OL 1'All.i.OK.ll'llS. J. Simon of Des Molnes Is a 1'axton guest. A. B. Mutz , Hot Springs , S. D. , is stopping at the Dellone. W. A. Dobson Is registered at the Mlllard from Marlon , la. Judge F. G. Hamcr Is a guest at the Del- lone from Kearney. Charles S. Kennedy of Logan , la. , Is stop ping at the Arcade. Charles R. Kelsey , from Rock Springs , Wyo. , Isi at the Mlllard. 13. C. Whitney of Shcnandoah , la. , Is stop ping at the Merchants. II. W. Campbell Is registered at'the Mer chants from Sioux City. F. L. Mary nnd W. Reddln are- registered at the Paxton from Lincoln. James R. Mahoney , a resident of Sioux City , Is stopping at the Paxton. Miss Hogan and Miss Conway of Lincoln were visitors In Omaha yesterday. Mrs. D. W. Flick and Miss Hayward of Rapid City , S. D. , are at the Paxton. Will Harding and F. E. Gregory are regis tered at the Merchants from Red Oak , la. H. P. Chesley and D. A. Holmes , recent arrivals from Sioux City , are domiciled at the Mlllard. M. Friend , F. S. Plumb , Ed Perry , C. E. Darlington , J. H. Heathcotc , ore registered at the Barker from Chicago. C. R. Roberts , C. G. Miller , B. G. Spencer , C. II. Word and J. P. Barrett are registered at the Barker from Kansas City. D. C. Walcott , John II. Martin , Fred Whit- ham , Lincoln ; F. E. McGlnnls , Hastings ; William Beaten and wife , Norfolk ; E. A. Mills , Grand Island , are state arrivals regis tered at the Barker. At the Mercer : W. H. Brown , Arapahoe , Neb. ; E. J. George , Chicago ; A. H. Hill , Springfield ; W. C. Brown , Chicago ; H. Mur phy , Elk Point , S. D. ; H. H. Hobson , Phila delphia ; A. L. Johnson. Detroit ; F. M. Flutewood , Chicago ; A. Whlttemore , Cleveland - land , 0. ; J. N. Gadd , A. A. Maggard , Des Molnes ; H. H. Stevens , Western. Ncbr.iHkaiiH at the llotols. At the Paxton C. M. Dietrich , Hastings. At the Mlllard A. D. Harris , Grand Is land ; J. A. W. Sears , Gladstone. At the Merchants George U. Wycoff , Madison ; M. A. Hiirtlgan. H. Humphrey , Hastings ; U. C. Goellncr , Grand Island ; W. S. Houseworth , Lincoln. At the Arcade B. J. Valentine , Chadron ; G. W. Ulllurd , North 1'latte ; C. Mil ton , Utlcn ; William Moshage. Wlsner ; E. IJ. and A. S. Hammond , Schuyler. At the Dellone W. It. Goudy and son , W. O. Honn , J. M. Edmlnstcr. Lincoln ; a. W. Kox , J. L. May , Lexington ; J. P. Lotta , Tekamah ; C. J. Swanson , George W. Minnl and son , H. 3. Harlngton , Oakland ; 12. S. Sensenlg , H. G. Clark , Craig. IN LOCAL CERSIAN CIRCLES Flans of Flattdontscbe Vorcen for Oelobra- tion of Ascension Day. OPENING OF RUSER'S ' NEW CULDIf.GS Growth of the Turnvcreln and IThat li Ito- lag Done by It * Several Divisions All to Participate In an Inhibition May SO. Many of the German clubs and societies have arrived at that transitory stage when Indoor amusements and entertainments of all kinds become partially devoid of attrac tion , and the trees with their verdant green Invite recreation and preparation for festi vals under the celestial canopy. Numerous ore the plans suggested for the latter , as they are being discussed by members of com mittees and others having such matters In charge , but nearly all these projects remain yet In the Incubating state. With almost certainty It may be said , though , that this summer , as far as diversity and numbers of outdoor entertainments ore concerned , Is not to bo behind previous ones. Among the first to take the- Initiative In opening the season with gay festivities , and In this particular Instance probably with pomp ar.d ceremony , Inasmuch as the oc casion will demand It , Is the Plattdoutsche Vercln. Numerically , this organization Is only second to the Turnvereln , and financially Its exchequer can stand almost any drain to furnish amusement. The entertainment pro posed for this time Is a traditional Pflngstfest , or. In English , Ascension day celebration which Is to bo held at Ruscr's park In con junction with the opening of that popular resort. The naw and handsome structures of steel and brick , so well appointed , which phoenix-like , have arisen out of the old buildings laid waste by a fire last fall , arc to be properly dedicated on this occasion An entirely new order of things , which re flects credit upon the owner's ability and energy , has been Inaugurated and to the Plattdeutschers has fallen the honor of first occupying this resort. The Invitation to do so was received and enthusiastically accepted by the society at Its last meeting. noUMth- standlng a preceding small discussion as to certain beer products. The arrangements of the details for the festival are now In the hands of committees and nn entire prosram Is soon to be put forth. Henry Rohlff. the able president of the society , and other prominent members are taking great Interest In the matter , and promise o give It their most active support. occur' ' " " ! OPCI""B ° ' UlC PSrk ls to OltOH'TU < > ! < THIS TUllXVKUUIN ; Almost Four Hundred Momborj Now Notes from the Dlvlilonn. During the past winter the Omaha Turn vereln has experienced a psrlod of remark able growth , so that now the society can count Its members closely In the neighbor hood cf 400. Harmorlous workings of all the branches and the absence of discord among the people entrusted with the present man agement contributed to bring about such de sirable results In an organization which has various divisions , such as the bears , actives , passives , cyclists , ladles' zither club , singing section , etc. In consequence of this rapid Increaseseme of the smaller of the thirty odd German societies , especially those or ganized for purely social purposes and on sectional lines , suffered a corresponding de crease , while some of the new members who bad before refrained from Joining any society for years loU interest In German club do- Ings. , Ono of the most active sections of the Turnvereln Is the Omaha Turner Bicycle club , which numbers half a , hundred members. A number ot them took a run to Manawa last Thursday and enjoyed themselves. The ladles' class , under the efficient direc tion of Prof. Kummerow , Is In excellent con dition , but shows signs of diminishing the amount of physical exercise with the approach preach of warmer weather. Boys and girls , to the number of 125 , are still actively training , and seem to enjoy their exercise Immensely. On May 20 all the classes of the society will glvo an exhibition turning at the hall. Two days later the district turn festival Is to bo held at Mlllard , and many of the mem bers of the bear section have signified their Intention to participate. Plattsmouth will probably receive quite a complement of Omaha turnvereln members , as will those of the ladles' class on the occasion of the dis trict turnfest , to be held there for three days , from the 28th to the 30th , of June. The bear Gcctlon's evenings are as well attended as during the fall and winter , and fully as enjoyable as ever under Henry Hoff- melster's able presidio. A Imiefit performance was given at the hall last evening for Turner Lleben , who so materially assisted during the winter sea son In making the amateur theatricals a great success. Local ( iurmiiu Cosftlp. As usual , the Saengerbund's last rehearsal night was well attended and completely en joyed by all the participants. Frlederlck Schnake has associated himself with Ileln to edit the recent German dally called Echo , which has come to contest the field with another publication. Local bowling alley club matters are to re ceive a boom at Ruser's on Juno 2 , when Charles Rumohr will contend for local cham pionship honors. Interest In these things Is already reviving. About a dozen members cf the Omaha Saengerbund , among them President Engel- nun. were recreating and fishing yesterday on the Elkhorn bottoms. They left Satur day , and returned last evening. KXCUH5ION3 Via tlio Hurllngtan Route. Tuesday , April 30 , the IJurllng'on Route will sell round trip tickets to points in Ne braska , Kansas , Colorado , Wyoming , South Dakota , Arkansas , Texas and Utah at half rates. Tickets and full Information at 1321 Far nam street. J. D. Reynolds , city passenger agent. THE UUSIl TO TEX VS. Halt Rate Excnrtlimi Via Santa Fo Itoutn. Tuesday , April 30 , tickets can be purchased to all points In Texas via Santa Fe route at one fare for the round trip , limit 20 days. Call on or address E , L. Palmer , P. A. , room 1 , First Nat. bank bldg. , Omaha. AFFAIRS AT MOUJPn OMAHA. Night Manager Hagta * * UrnRKnl l > j Twu Mcn > ImtMtft Robbed. Since the robbery ) of the postofllce the South Omaha Savin R : bank on N street , be tween Twenty-flfth md Twenty-sixth streets , has had an Amsrlcandl trct ! tclgoph witch- man's box put In thtf bank , and every hour some one from the AI I > T. otnco goes over , opens the door and ( goes through the buildIng - Ing to see that everything Is all right and pulls the box that registers the visit at the local office. At 3 o'clock yeitcrdir morning Night Man ager Daylcss went to the bank aa usual , and while examining the rear entrance to the building , was thrown down by two men and something forced down his throat , Which made him very sick. He says : "I went over to pull the box tn the- bank at 3 a. in. De- fore going Inside I went to the rear of the bank building to look down the stairway and see that everything was all right there. As I looked down the stairs two men caught me , threw me down on the ground and poured something Into my mouth. I had my lan tern with me , but was too scared to notice them close enough to give any description of them or to make an outcry. After pouring the stuff Into my mouth the men ran * Into a small barn across the alley. I got on my feet In a short time and went Into the bank to pull the box. Ucfore I could reach the box I got so sick that I did not rerember anything until I heard a noise at the door and found It was some one from the ofllce had come to find out what was the matter with me. " After being assisted to the olDce a doctor was sent for. It was about 4 o'clock when Dayless was found lying en the bank floor unconscious. A report of the occurrence was at once made to the police elation and Cap tain Connell and Officer Riches Investigated the places In the rear of the bank , but found nobody. Dr. Slabaugh , who attended Ilay- less , say that ho was not poisoned. Mls < Houpy's Illrthdiiy 1'arty. A very pleasant company of young girls gathered at the house of Miss Gertrude Honey Saturday afternoon , in honor of her fifteenth birthday. She was the recipient of many tokens of friendship. The afternoon was hap pily spnt In games and other amusements , after which a dainty luncheon was served Those present were : Grace Damron , Daphne Grlinth , Laura Kcrr , Cora Holmes , Hattle Smith , Estslla Gray , Grace Maxwell , Ger tie Phillips. Irma lirown , Daisy Qosney , Clara Merrill and Frances Houey. ' I Iila Poirlvr Mirprlieit. A very pleasant surprise party was given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. Polrler , 411 North Twenty-fourth street , last Tues day evening , In honor of their daughter , Miss Ida. Some very fine piano selections were rendered by the hostess , the Misses Olga and Emma Strathmann and Miss Elliott. Mrs W. E. Cowln and Miss Lillian Polrler sang solos. Aluglo City ( Uisilp Herman Deal , city engineer , has gone to Tobias to marry. Mrs. E. 0. MayMeld Is visiting friends In the western part of the state. The republican city central committee met In H. C. Slurphy's office Saturday night and settled up all of the bills Incurred In the last campaign. John Sauter , owner of Laurel Hill cemetery , Is making extensive Improvements there this spring. Several hundred trees and shrubs are being set out. Yesterday afternoon Rev. John Dale of Omaha addressed the Young Men's Christian association meeting at Masonic hall. There was a good attendance. John W. Green of Hartlngton was In town yesterday to visit his friend , John Erlckson , and while walking along Twenty-fourth street , slipped and fell and badly hurt his left foot. Thn Dinner Hell Sounds but a mockery toi the dyspeptic. He hears It , of course-bufhls stomach does not respond to ths call. Ho "goes through the motions" and suffers afterwards for the small amount of victuals he partakes of. Hos teller's Slomach Hitters alters his condition Into one of ability lo eat plentifully , digest heartily , and assimilate thoroughly. Malaria , rheumatism , constipation and biliousness are conquered by this world-famed medicine. IlotncKectforV 1-icnrslons. On April 30 , May 21 and June 11 , 1895 , the Union Pacific system will sell tickets from Missouri river points and stallons In Kansas and Nebraska to points south and west In Nebraska and Kansas , also to Colorado , Wyoming , Utah and Idaho , east of Welser and South of Beaver Canon , al rate of one first-class standard fare for the round trip. Minimum rate , $7.00. See your nearest Union Pacific tlckel agent. E. L. LOMAX , General Passenger and Ticket Agent , Omaha , Neb. LOCAL nitEl'lTlRS. A May party will be given by the Odd Fel lows of lodga No. 2 at their hall upon the evening of May 10. Thursday Mr. Wesley A. Llnlon and Mrs. Rosslta Wright of Avoca , la. , were married In this city , Rev. Dr. Sanderson ofllclatlng. A stable and two small sheds In the rear of 304 North Twenty-second street , belong ing to Mrs. M. A. Detwller , were burned last night about 12 o'clock. The damage will not exceed $300. The oratorical contest at Doyd's theater on the evening of Tuesday , April 30 , will be of Interest to all friends and patrons of Hie High school. U Is hoped lhat It will be so successful that It will be repeated yearly. The star lecture course at the Seward Street Methodist church closed Thursday evening with a lecture upon the "Real Boy , " by Joseph A. Williams. This was the seventh time Mr. Williams had delivered this lecture to an Omaha audience. A horse attached to ono of Dybald's deliv ery wagons ran away about C o'clock last evening at Twenty-sixth street and Wool worth avenue. The driver was not In the wagon al llio time. The wagon was wrecked , but the horse was not hurt. Dennis Weaver , alias Langton , Is a col ored lad 15 years of age , who was arrealed ycslerday on a warrant charging him with trespass. He , with several companions , asked for something to cat at a house , and , be cause their request was refused , made merry about the premises , especially In the use of a bicycle they found near the house. Saturday afternoon Mrs. James Boyle , wife of Court Oflicer Boyle , recelvjd Information from Dakota City that the body of her brother , James McCann , who was drowned In Crystal lake , has been recovered. McCann met his death while fishing on the lake , which Is near Dakota City , a week ago. Mrs. Uoylo left for Dakota City thai nlghl. Grim Gaunt0 Winter Is upon us. Pneumonia lurks in the highway , colds oxygen , for purifying the blood , and enables it to and coughs pounce on you from the open doors or eliminate and carry off effete matter and worn-out windows , and consumption camps on the doorstep. tissues , thus preparing the way for the great build From November to May death stalks his victim with ing-up properties of the life-giving emulsion. All relentless activity. Only the thoughtful , the cautious , of these great curative agents , each in.itself a great survive. Thousands die each year who might have remedy , are combined in one superb remedy for lived to be happy and useful. Ozomulsion , the human ills. In no age , sex or condition is thisrem- great remedy for colds , coughs and consumption , edy prohibited ; it is yours , and if you have any lung brings lo bear on these diseases the most powerful trouble , whether hereditary or of accidental contrac curative agents known to the medical profession. It tion , scrofula or scrofulous taint ; if you are emac is not n nostrum , but a scientific combination. A iated , run down , nervous or feeble , it is the prime permanent Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil , with remedy indicated. IT IS THE KIND PHYSICIANS Ozone and Guaiacol. The last destroys all disease PRESCRIBE. For sale by all druggists. Price germs , the second furnishes a bountiful supply of $ l.oo per bottle. Handsome Booklet Free. Thin , pate women net plump and beautiful on Otomulalou. A. SIvOCUM CO. , 8i Pearl Street. New Yorlc City For al by all OraaUa dniffUU atjl druesliu vtrywbere. Trade aupplltd liy IUcb rJiou Drus Co. and Uiuc & Co. , Omabs- OHAIllMAN MORRISON TALKS Rrtdenccs of Improvement In the Hallway World Work of the Comml ilon. Judge Morrison , chairman of the Interstate Commcrco commission , was found at his oems at the Paxton yesterday , thoroughly estrd after a hard week's work. Ho talked rlcfly of the present western trip of the ommlsslon , and said that while the mem- lera wcro due at Kansas City next Friday hey would remain In Omaha as long as the icarlng of the matters brought before them equlrcd their presence. "Wo are here , as you know , " said Judge Morrison , "to listen to tbo questions raised > y the Commercial club of Omaha relative o the bridge differential. This Is really the main object of our present visit , although wo shall also take some testimony concerti ng rates between Omaha and Chicago and > etween Omaha and points In Texas. Wo hall also continue the hearing of the com- ilnlnts raised by the business men of the Ity of Kearney , "The business men of Omaha , " continued udgo Morrison , "aro to some extent Inter- sted In the Kearney complaints. We spent omo time In Kearney listening to complaints f alleged discrimination against that city. The Kearney business men have a double omplalnt. They insist that the through ates from Chicago to their city are too high md they also complain that the rates from Chicago to Omaha and from Omaha to Coarnoy are too high. Omaha men are to omo extent Interested In their complaints , mJ for this reason the commission , after icarlng a portion of the argument at Kear ney , decided to postpone the further Investl- ; atlon of the case until the coming week. Vo shall take up the Kearney case after Istcnlng to the bridge differential cnso. " Concerning the general railroad situation udgo Morrison was Inclined to the opinion hat the outlook was much brighter than It lad been for some time past. Just as the allroads were among the first of the great ntcrests of the country to feel the effects f a general business depression , Just so were hey generally the first to Indicate n return to otter times. While there had been no adlcal evidences of Improvement the general Ituatlon was clearly more hopeful. linpoRMblii to j.Uu In This Country Vlthout hearing about the Northwestern Ino's evening "Chicago Limited , " for people V1LL tclk about Its convenience , tasteful- icss and comprehensive up-to-dateness. ) traha , 5.45 p. m ; Chicago , 8:45 : a. m. Vcs- Ibuled sleeping cars , chair cars , a la carte diners. Plntsch gas. EVERYTHING. No extra cost. Other Northwestern trains at 11-05 a. m. and 4 p. m. dally. Want your trunk checked at home ? City ticket office , 1401 Farnam street. llnmrRcrkurn' 1 xciiralmi. To nil points In Ncbra ka on the Fremont , Slkhorn & Missouri Valley railway. One 'are for the round trip. Minimum round trip rate , $7.00. Date of sale , April 30. Limit 20 days from date of purchase. Ticket office 1401 Farnam street. Depot 15th and Webster streets. J. R. BUCHANAN. General Passenger Agent. Unl'y Church Second < Iroln Mnitlcato. The Second Circle of Unity church ladles' society will give a muslcalc this evening- ; he residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred J. Sackett , 1233 North Seventeenth street. Miss ItoEder nnd Miss Hamilton wilt blng , Miss Margaret Head renders two piano numbers , Miss Josephine Allen contributes n whistling solo , Mr. Lovcll Dunn a violin solo and Mr. /Jlpfel , the guitarist , and others will partlc- pate. Organs for ? . " > .00. ns n llrst payment and $ . " > a month after that Good , llrst class , new organs. Come and see tlium A. HOSPE. Jr , Music nnd Art 1513 Douglas. FOR INTERN AND EXFERN < L USE. CD ISJ 1X3 ! I'.fJi CI Golds. Doughs , Sore Throats , Influenza , Bron- chit's , Pneumouia , Swelling of the Joints , Lumbago , Inflammations. RHEUMATISM , NEURALGIA , FROSTBITES , CHILBLAINS , HEADACHE , TOOTHACHE , ASTHMA , DIFFICULT BREATHING cunns TUB WOUST PAINS m nom ona 10 tirenty minutes. NOT ONE HOUH after reading this ad\crtUement Deed anyana SUFFUli WITH PAIN. Untlway'g Hoiuly Itrllcf Is n Mire Cura for Uvnry I'niii , hpruin , lrul ! cK , I'.ilni In tlio linck , elicit or l.nnlu. It wn * tint lint nml U tin ) only TAIN KK.MICDY. That Instantly stops the most excruciating pains , allays Inflamatlon. and cures congestions , whether of the Lune3 , Htomach , Itowels , or other Elands or organs , by one application. A halt to a teaspoonful to 1mIf u tumbler ot water will In a few minutes cure Cramps , Spas- ma. Sour Stomach , Heartburn , . Nervousnenn , Sleeplessness , Sick Headache , Diarrhea , Dytea- tery. Colic , Flatulency and all Interim ! palr.R. There Is not a remedial agent In all the world thLt will euro lever adn airue and all other Ma * larlous. nillous and other fevers aided by HAD. WAY'S PILLS , so quickly aa HADWAVB KBA < DY 13 THE BEST. FIT FOR A KING. . CORDOVAN ; FRENCH ir.NAMCl.UD CALF. * 3.SPPOUCE,3 SOLES. 2.WORKINGMEM',5 EXTRA FINE. " * . BOYS'SCHOOl LAJ3IE3- _ _ DKOCKTOII.T-UV33 Over Ono Million People wear the W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our Ahoea are equally satisfactory They give the beat value for the money. They equal custom shcea In et > le and fit. 1 heir wearing qualities nro unt urpafied. The price * are uniform , stamped on tote. "roin Si tTf-i civr ! p\er ether " ' ' . .urd.re - . > A. W. Bowman Co.N.GthSt. ( J.C.Carlson , 1218 N. 24th St. W. W , Fisher , Parker antl Leavenworlh St , J. L , Newman , 424 13th St. Kelley , Stlerer & Co , . Farnam and 15th St. T.S.Cressey , 2503 NSt. , South Omaha. Ye Men Who Are Wedded" A wife is responsible for the jlcnnly nppcnrnnco of her "hubby" that accounts for why women buy white shirts hero. Women know considerably more of white shirts limn men , know morool linen , moro of good muslin , nnd more how a shirt ought to bo mmlo. Experience In mending poor ones makes them perfect judges of bettor ones. Our stock of white- shirts pleases good judges. Can't find but gocd 'tins ' here. Every one pure linen bosom , first-class muslin , flortllled at weak spots. Whore the strain is most liable to damage , you'll find a double seam or no-enforced with the same material , The tlono-up kind wo soil at 50c is always same price and same kind always alike wo know it , because wo order' 'ern ' made so. Linen bosom , rc-cnforccd In front and back , about the sleeve , and made ns good as any dollar shirt. The 83c kind is about what you got for 81.2. " > , but the shirt wo got 81.10 for is the best iniulo. No exception we'll prove it. Open fronts at $1.00. Unlnundorod , made same ns the dono-up ones 3oc OQc 70e. / ny size slcovo to fit we'll in cntinc it If vou don't ' know. Spirg Cain cfiuci-\Vnnt cr.e ? onstlnnllon. 11 stopi n Mown Filg it. lVe by any or o Us nu k cvi of Ulwlinrfo , which U not cl.crVod . Irn.h . to Rnprmainrr ha" , II the horrors cf Impotency. < UI'Iiu . nm [ BEFORE AND AFTER : > 13 rloauscs Uiulltcr tin lilneys nnd the mlnn-yorRniisot all Impurities. ' CUl II > iM3 Ktroncthpi Tlio reason siincrort nro not ctireil by Doi'lor * Is hrrnnso ninety Tier cent ro frnnlitoit nt , Fto.tnlldCUl'IDKNKIn the only known rer.iodv- curanliliout mi opt nitlun Uvuii'ttlmni ' I nK A wrltti-n uinrnntppRlvon nn < l mnncy rcturntil If six IIOTM Ooi 5 not tired u nctiiiuuLiitcati. " | l.POnborsKf r 503.bynnll. HondforrmsiulreulircmllMtlrnonlalai * ' * trj.r , -.VfM , ncniCINIl * ' > . , r.O.BoJWTO , Sin rrnnclsco.Cnl. Tbr Rile by FOn SALE BY GOODMAN DHUQ CO. , & KUIIN & CO. . OMAHA. NEnUASKA "BREVITY IS THE SOUL OF WIT. ' GOOD WIFEI YOU NEED L Swallow Itc a That is the best way to take a E Ripans Tabule , best because the P most pleasant. For liver and stomach ach disorders Ripans Tabules are p the most effective remedy , in fact , L the standard. Lr La nipnns Tabules : SolJ by druggists , or by mill If the price ( M cents a box ) Is Bent to The HI- r pans Chemical Company , No. 10 Spruce it. , N. Y. Y.n n n i " 456 " " 456" " 456" To Retail Dealers of Cigars : To introduce our now brand " 436" without expense of of traveling , wo will send you tlio Omaha Dally Bee for 3 months Gratis With each thousand cigars purchased. Those clears are without doubt the finest $33.00 ctgtirs in the market. OUAHANTBED TO BE FIRST CLASS. A trial order will convince you. Terms 30 daya 2 per cent for cash. DUFFY & CO. , Omaha , Neb. JVo Doilcr. No Steam , J\'o I'ngineer. Jlcst Power for Com am ! Food Mills , Haling Hay , Uuuulng Crcumerlcp , tjoparators , < ta OTTO GASOLINE ENGINES Stationary or Portabls. ltol20II. 1 . B to80 H. I' Bend for Catalogue , 1'rlcen , etc. , describing work to bo done. THEOTTOCAS ENCINEWORKS nci \Vnlmit fits. , I'HII.AUICI.tMIIA , PA. Chicago , 245 Lake St. , Omaha , 321 So. 15th St. Thin Fnmou * ICemedy euros quickly , iicrmonontly allneMouidUeiuei , Weak Kleuiory.lxiisur uruln Tower , Iloadacho , Wakuf ulnoii , l.u.t Vitality , ulnbtly cinlc ( lou'.orll drekiui , Impoicnc/ < l waitlnicdltcuici caus ed Ml jomhriil crruri or CXCCKCI , Contains no oplBtei. lin nerve tunlauuO bluuil builder. Make * thopalo and puny strouit and plump. Kaehj carried In rc t pocket. HI per boi | O for ( ST. . Uymall prepaid wltli nnrlttcncuarantc ? tocuroor moneyrofnndcd.Vrltou > free me < llcal bunk , lealpd plain wrapper.nlth te tt- uciT. I . D . > nki r. uuiur monlols anrtnnanclalroTnrcnres. f\'arliarftJarrnni\nta- ( font , lltwareotimttat'nm. Sold by our agenti , or.aadreB Jervo SoeU C'o. . MneonioTcmpla.Clilcaiia , Boll Is Omiba br Bnrrmin & McConaell. & Co. ana tar Vlcktri ft Uercbint. PAINLESS DENTISTRY. BAILEY TUB DENTIST id lloor I'uxton Illuck. 18th & Ftvrnao Ofrman upoken. Lady attendant. Tel. 10S5. Teetti extracted without puln patient remain * Ing oonKlous. Oreatett local anaeitbetlo evtr dlcovered. Thousand ! loundlne It * pralsu. Died by no other denllit In this part of tn * United BUte * . All dental operation at loweit retaa-11 yean experience. Seven year * la Omaha. tbe I euturo ao < l JlrmOT ing UlctnUhfs.ln 1W p. book for a tuap. John II. IVooUbury , m\T.4MKl.N.V. lateuWr 'tt WooUburj-'f facial tiOAD. PERMANENTLY CURED NO PAY UNTIL CURED WE FlftB YOU TO B.OOO PATItNIJ. WrlteforBankReferonceo. _ * EXAMINATION FREE. Ho Operation , No DetentlonfromBusIness , SEND FOR CIRCULAR. THE-O. E. MILLER CO. , S07-808 N.Y.Ufo Bid * . , OMAHA. HEB.