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OMAITA PAII/X" BEE : -\VBT \ > N3CSDAT , SBPTEMUER HO , 18G. ! )
YEAR'S ' WORK FOR NEBRASKA
Annual Meeting of the Manufacturers' ant
Consumers' ' Association ,
SECRETARY'S REPORT IS ENCOURAGING
Comiiiotulnlilc I'roirreKN Mnilc * In Iii-
( Inclnir I'l'iijile l UMC Xdirnnkit
I'roilnrtft nnil I'ntronlcc
Home llnxliivHN Men.
The directors of the Manufaclurcrs' and
Consumers' association hold their regular
annual meeting at tlie Commercial club
rooms yesterday for the purpose of electing
officers for the ensuing year. All of the
Omaha directors were present an were
the following members of tlio board from
outslilo the city : J. C. Harpham oi
Lincoln , G. 0. Dempster of Beatrice , W. J
Hoblnson of Lincoln , J. W. Stclnhart ol
Nebraska City , and C. N. Drown of Kearney
Secretary Holmes presented his nnnun
report , which was as follows :
"Tho work of the Manufacturers' and Con-
Burners' association has progressed during
the past year along lines very similar to
these pursued In former years. The score
tary has made It his business to visit the
merchants and other business and profcs
Blonal men of a considerable number o
Nebraska cities anil towns , ascertaining
what goods of Nebraska manufacture are
being handled , and \vhlle the business de
pression from which our own , as well ns
almost every other state In the union , has
suffered , has made the effect of our work
seem less perceptible than would have been
the case In moro prosperous times , It Is
nevertheless true that there has been i
steadily growing feeling of friendliness am
loyalty among the people generally towan
Nebraska Institutions , and this feeling Is
being extended not only to Nebraska mana
facturcrs , but to Nebraska Jobbers and re
tailers ns well ,
"I have regularly attended the meetings
of the State Hoard of Purchase nnil Sup
piles and It has come to be regarded as a
matter of course that Nebraska-mado goods
shall bo specified In Its contracts for
supplies. Constant attention Is , however , re
quired , as state officials do not always know
Just what goods are made In the state am
contractors are frequently afflicted with dc
fcctlvo memories. Your representative has
always been accorded the most courteous
consideration by the board and also by
the officials of the vatlous state Instltu
lions , who nil ovlnco a sincere desire to
do nit In their power to build up Ne
"braska manufacturing Industries.
SPOKE FOR HOME INDUSTRIES.
"Invitations have been accepted by the
secretary to speak on homo Industries be
fore the Woman's club of Omaha , the Sol
Culture convention at Hastings , the State
federation of Woman's clubs at Frcmonf
and the Retail Dealers' association of Omaha
"Our association was instrumental In se
curing engagements at the Beatrice Cliau-
taunun and the Nebraska State fair for
Mrs. Mary M. Pugh and Mrs. Harriett Mac-
Murphy , of the Omaha School of Household
Economics , where they lectured on scien
tific value of food products and gave dem
onstrations In practical cookery to largo
audiences. Nebraska products were used
exclusively and the good work done by these
loyal Nebraska women cannot bo overesti
mated. Dr. Mary A. Green of Charlot'e ,
Mich. , dellvcml n similar series of lectures
and demonstrations InOmaha. . She also
used our homo goods and testified to her
audience that In no other state had she
found so many really first-class food prod
If i ! ucts us In Nebraska , and nowjicre else had
she found such loyalty to home Industries.
A number of local churches have , with some
help from thla office , given 'Home'lndustry'
dinners , thus helping along our work.
"Tho space In the Manufacturers' buildIng -
Ing at the State fair was largely occupied
by members of this association , the secre
tary giving several weeks of his time to
the arrangement thereof. The manufac
turers took moro pains this year In the erec
tion of handsome booths and in the tasteful
display of their goods than ever before ,
which resulted In their , building being the
most attractive one on the grounds. In ad
dition to our regular directors' meeting , two
general meetings , each being addressed by
prominent speakers , have been held during
the year ;
"Tlic- feeling , once prevalent , that our as
sociation * is ir.crcly a local affair , is tion.e
away with , and manufacturers In all parts
of the state arc working together for the
common good.
"The Nebraska club , which received Its
first Impetus from members of our asso
ciation , has accomplished a great deal of
good In re-establishing confidence In our
state and Is destined to accomplish still
more In Inducing the Immigration of dtslr-
ublc citizen ? .
"A large number of circulars containing
a classified list of Nebraska made goods
have been distributed , but It seems to me
that the plan of a Joint advertisement In a
largo number of newspapers , which was
discussed last spring , would bo productive
of good results and should bo taken upoi3
soon as possible. f.
CHANCE OP A LIFETIME.J
"The great Transmlsslsslppl and Interna
tional exposition , which will open In Omaha
June 1 , 1898 , will afford to Nebraska manu
facture not only the opportunity of a llfo-
tlmo to advcrtlao their goods , but will ena-
1)1 u us also to show our natural and unde
veloped resources and should bo the means
of attracting men with capital to open up
new factories In our 'ildst.
"One of the principal objects of our asso
ciation Is to keep Nebraska money circulat
ing in Nebraska , and while wo are urging
the pcoplo to buy goods of homo produc
tions and to buy them of homo Jobbers and
homo retailers , It would not bo amlsa to
urge the pcoplo of our state to educate their
children in Nebraska schools and colleges.
Our state university Is an Institution in
which every Ncbraskan should fee ! < U3t
pride , and there are many other Institutions
of learning In the state which deserve the
support of Nebrabka people1. An Immense
Mini of money Is annually spent by our
people In eastern colleges which ougl. * . to bo
kept at home , nud could bo with advantage
to all concerned.
"In closing this , my fourth annual report ,
I whli , In the name of the Manufacturers
and Consumers association of Nebraska , to
thank the press of the atato tor the earn-
cot support it has given us In our work ,
I wish also to thank thu officers and mem
bers of the association for the kindness and
consideration they have always shown to
me for the appreciation , freely expresses ,
of tin ) efforts made In their behalf , and for
their forbeainnco when I have failed to
ucuompllah all that might have been" ex
pected. The association U to bo congratu
lated that , In uplto uf the hardest times any
of titi can remember , Interest bas been kept
UP and thu organization maintained. With
more prosperous times , which we all hope
are near at hand , our association will grow
in membership and In usefulness. "
. The election of officers resulted In the
following being selected : J , C. Harphaiu of
Lincoln , re-elected as president , C , li.
LVmpater of Beatrice , vice president ; 0. C.
WITH
Kczciiu made Its appearance on my head In
Iti vront form , ami ft continued sprcadlm ;
until my face was cohered iita ecalej anil lie-
came a horrid sight. I had a line head o ( tulr.
BOVUII jeara' growth , ami had loiacrlllcelt. 1
v.-as-In ilcaiialr. Iho | > h ) iclan had failed
oven to relieve me. when 0110 recommeiulp < l
CuTlcuiu BOAI * . My fattier procured B set of
CUTICUIIX ItBuiiniKJ , ami lit three uceki tha
bcalcj loft my face Btid the skin lott Ita llori.l
Imo. In tit wttti I if at entirely c-unJ. il >
jaco noa emoolli and tny complyxlouclearer
audtlncrtbnn It had c\erl > rcn before ,
MIsi-MAttiON A. SMITH , gunbury , I'a.
BriBiiT Cims TntiTUEST. W rra lmlt >
llli Cirncinu Siur , ne tl oppllcailom . (
Curicuii ( blntraeut ) , and nill.l < IMO * of Cull
emu UKSOI.VEXT , ( .Ttotot vl liumor curci. \
EoU lbrouthpul lh * MJ. | frlo. CUTICV , MC
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Holme- ,
Louis
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Charles * iM B0j ftffff + > i "P
pointed to wait upon * tnr'-ciors of the
TransmlBSlsslppI Exposition association a
their next meeting and request that the
name of Secretary Holmes bo placed upon
the ticket to bo prepared by the directors
of candidates for election as members of the
board of fifty directors.
President Harpham was directed to ap
point an executive committee of nine , which
ho did as follows : A. J , Vlcrllng , Omaha
chairman ; C. K. Ulack , Omaha ; Louis Hug-
gins , Omaha ; J , J , Smith , Omaha ; C , K
Price , South Omaha ; W. J. Hoblnson , Lin
coln ; C. N. Brown , Kearney ; J. W. Stein-
hart , Nebraska City ; John Hunt , Fremont.
The following finance committee- was ap
pointed : A. Hospc , Jr. , chairman ; C. II
Klopp , T. F. Hummel.
This completed the business of the mcct-
fng and the members discussed the affairs
of the association In an Informal way for
some time.
Free & Dlack , plumbers and gas fitters
have removed to 1806 Farnam street.
Furnace coke , $7 ; soft coal , $3.BO to J7
Cherokee Holler coal ; get winter prices
William C. Goss , Phone 1307.
Slu-ll 0 > NltTN , CliuiiH mill Shell KIwli
Received dally at MAUUCR'S RESTAU
RANT ; also speckled brook trout every Fri
day. .
Whllo in Omaha stop at the Flreproo
Hotel Dcllonc , opened August 10th by W. W
Coatcs , cor. 14th and Capitol Avc.
MAIIK A SAVI.Vtt ( ) \ HIS CAS IIII.I ,
NinllUV Kcoiinniy mill lurnnr-
n ncc Alumni CIINM Hint HIM l.lfc.
Charles Smith arrived In Omaha Sunday
afternoon from Kim Creek nnd registered
nt a hotel at Eleventh and Mason streets
Ho retired to his room about 12 o'clock , am
after disrobing happened to sec a notice or
the door. The card Informed him that nl
gas uscJ after midnight would bo chargct
extra to the guest. Smith , anxious to avolt
Increasing his expenses , hurrldly blew ou
the light and tumbled Into bed. About
o'clock In the morning Smith woke up will :
a terrific headache , and In a halt Insensible
condition stumbled out of bed. Ho fell to
the Iloor repeatedly and It was only nfter
several efforts that ho succeeded In reachIng -
Ing the door and passed Into the hall. Fron1
hero he ucnt In his scanty attlro lo the
offlco below and reached the wash room ,
when ho fell upon the floor In a dead faint ,
Hero ho was picked up by the proprietor
and restoratives applied , which nt length
had the desired effect. Upon going to tbo
room it was discovered that the window hai
been left up about a foot , and It was this
accidental provision which had saved his
life.
_ _
They are so little you hardly know joi
are taking them. They cause no griping
yet they act quickly and most thoroughly
Such nro the famous little pills known as
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Small In
size , great In results.
ST. LOUIS IMIH AND EXPOSITION
Via tiltWnlm.Mli It. It.
St. Louis Exposition , round trip , $15.35
Ono way , $8.25. Every Tuesday and Thurs
day.
day.St. . Louis fair , round trip , $11.50 , October
4 to 10. Veiled Prophet parade , Tuesday
October C.
Home-seekers' excursions to all points
south , September 29 , October C and 20. For
tickets , sleeping car accommodations or a
homo-seeker's guide call at Wabash office
1115 Farnam street ( Pcxton hotel block ) or
wrlto . . ; ' G. N. CLAYTON , Agent.
WccUly nviMirNlinm to California.
Via the Burlington Route. Cheap com
fortable quick. Prom Omaha S:35 : everj
Thursday morning.
Call at ticket onicc , 1502 Farnam street ,
and get full Information.
' six Thli'li'T' . 31. Train.
of the
CHICAGO
MILWAUKEE
& ST. PAUL UV.
Best service.
ELECTRIC LIGHTS ,
Dining car.
City office , 1504 Faranm.
It TnkcN Two r.ltultcil Trninw
Every dny to accommodate eastern travel
via "Northwestern Line. " The "Overland
at 4:45 : p. m. into Chicago 7:45 : next morn
ing , and the "Omaha-Chicago Special" 6:30 :
Into Chlc'ago 9:30 : next morning.
City odlce , 1401 Farnam street.
Tlie IlfNt burvlec.
To Denver , Cheyenne and points In Utah ,
Idaho. Montana , Oregon and California Is
via the UNION PACIFIC.
For tickets and full Information call at
City Ticket Office , 1302 Farnam street.
Ilepri'Npnls the DueiorM.
At a meeting of the medical men of Omaha
last night Dr. E. W. Leo was selected as
their representative for the directory ot the
Transmlsslsslppl exposition.
1'KUSOXAI. IMUAGUAIMIS.
A
$ "John Curtis of Sioux City Is a Barker
guest.
- Ira I ) . Mafbton of Koainoy was an Omaha
visitor yesterday.
Elmer E. Mlnnlck ot Kansas City Is stop
ping at the Barker.
Miss Ella Hello Abbott Is at home again
after a western trip.
John A. Ehrhardt of Stanton was an
Omaha visitor yesterday.
Harry Ellsworth and wife of Lincoln are
stopping at the Barker.
Con D. Harrington of Nebraska City Is
registered at the Barker.
Peter Jansen of Jansen was In the city
yesterday to attend thojally.
A , I ) , Vanzant , a Ewlng banker , vas
among t ! o yesterday' * ! arrivals.
J , II. Gorlaud nnd wlfo ot Ncola , la. ,
werujjmong the yesterday's arrivals.
Carl Morton of Nebraska City was
among the Omaha visitors yesterday.
G. D. Dutterflold , a leading stockman of
frulghtnn , WUH In the city yesterday ,
John P. Irish was In the city yesterady
whllo en route from California to Chicago.
John llratt , a leading cattleman from
North Platte , was among the arrivals yes
terday ,
Alnxander Ilogclaud of Llucolu , tbo
"newsboy's friend , " was In tbo city last
ovoulug ,
Helen M. Eaton returned from Laramle ,
Wyo , , last evening after a , month's visit
with friends.
Dr. Laliordo , U. S. A. o { Boston and Fred
erick W. Lewis , U , S. A. , wcro at ono of
the hotels ycstujday ,
Eugcno Schlclp of Milwaukee Is In the city
on a short visit with friends and Is the
guest of Frits Wlrth.
W. G. Whltmoro , republican candidate
for irgont of the State university , v.ns an
Omaha visitor yesterday.
W. E. Peebles and E. A. Wlltso of Ponder
der came down yesterday nnd attended the
rally at the Coliseum last evening.
Mlna Allco Ritchie , who has been visit-
lug her sister , Mrs. E. II , Spragup , fur the
pant three months , has returned to Chi
cago.
R. E. Dclger of Denver was n , visitor for
a few days last week at tha icililPiiro nf
Mr. Abbott , Twenty-anil street nnd Capitol
avenue.
W. R. Ruscnbcck , a well known miner
of Halt Like City , fmmerly a railroad matt
pt sowu prominence , was In the city yestcs-
doy whllo on his way to Chicago.
T. M. Orr ot the Union Pacific and wlfu
re tinned last evening fi'orn an extended
eastern vacation trip whlrh cotnmUcd
visits to Buffalo , Rochester and other pcilnls
in Nyw York state.
George W. Dickinson ot 'facomn. founcily
associated with the Northern Paciilc , ac
companied by lila wife , Is III thu city ou a
short visit with hlg brother , K. DliVinon
of the I'nlou Papfjc. |
Xebr.tbkans at the lioelit ! W. R. Mom- .
OlaiU , George Berry Hattlo Creek : John
S. Moore Nonlen , 11 A. I'&x and wjjr-
Cliadron , W P Mee'ien.y Uailli > ts. : Jolir
K Kellcy. McPouk : H 8 He k Pltr * .
Frunk Ccjdi , W t Tflnt , JRIUCI > A. C'lln-
Mlndvn 1' E William. Aurora J. ' 1
\Vali "n. North llfid H ICr caicr , L'flr"
tou. R A > Siullh. Ti-lic wh 11 C ilas'/i
I'muunt. W , E. Auan. > VUU ri I * K. Au
Vork.
WORK
Rescue Homo Movement Inaugurated by
Commander Booth-Tucker ,
13 GREETED BY A LARGE AUDIENCE
Ilrnil of the Salvation Army In ttic
United SlitlCN PIIJ n Otnnlm n Visit
the I'liiii nnil Scope
l the Sew Venture.
Booth-Tucker , commander of the Salva
tion army forces In the United States , In
terested n largo audience nt the First JJcth
odlst church last evening on the subject
of rescue work among fallen women , This
was thu commander's first visit to Omaha ,
and the largo audience- which he faced at
tested In part to the general public Inter
est lu his personality. He Is a tall , slender
man , with curling hair and sharp features ,
the latter somewhat softened by n light
moustache. As n pulpit orator he Is forcl
blc , rather than eloquent , and Is Intensely
earnest. He spoke with a marked English
accent and Intonation.
For many years Booth-Tucker was at the
head of the Salvation army work In India.
The recent rupture between General Booth
and his son , Ualllngton , resulting In the
secession of the latter from the army ,
brought Hooth-Tuckcr and his wife to the
United States. Ho has evidently become
thoroughly grounded In American national
feeling and the words "our cguntry" roll
from his lips as naturally as If lie was to
the manor born.
The purpose of Commander Booth-
Tuckcr's visit to Omaha at this time Is to
assist In the founding of a rescue homo
far fallen women. Before taking up the
subject he preached a characteristic Sal
vation army sermon. He then Intioduccd
Mrs. Major Stlllwell , who presented the
matter of the rescue homo and related In
detail what had been accomplished in the
line of philanthropic work In other cities
of the country. At Kansas City last week
the Salvation army established a shelter
for homeless men mid will be prepared to
furnish shelter for 100 men nightly dur
ing the winter. In New York City shelter
Is furnished to 1,000 men nightly. Shelters
for homeless and friendless women and
children have been and nro being established"
In all cities of the country.
Hero In Omaha it proposed to establish
n homo for fallen girls. To start with thu
homo will accommodate from fifteen to
twenty girls at a time and provisions for
a larger number will bo made as soon ns
necessary. As soon as the homo , Is ready
the local branch of the Salvation army will
commence holding midnight meetings in
the districts Inhabited by the fallen women
of Omaha. The erring membcra of half-
world society will bo urged to enter the
rescue homo , where they will be taught
useful employment nud provided with re
spectable homes.
The sum required to Inaugurate the work
In Omaha , will ba about $300. Nearly $75
of this amount was raised nt the meeting
last night and the army expects no diffi
culty In securing the balance. The fur
niture used in the Open Door has 'already
been contributed.
Later in the season , If It Is deemed neces
sary , a shelter for poor men will bo estab
lished In the city.
Next February the Salvation army will
Inaugurate Its new movement against pov-
eity In the United States In a s > htcmatlc
manner. General Booth will visit the
United States to assist In raising $503,000
with which to establish colonies for the
poor In all parts of the United States. These
colonies , once established , are to be made
Belf-supporting.
Drive out the Impurities from your blooo
with Hood's Sarsaparllla and thus n'vclil that
Ured , languid feeling and even serious 111
SU1X FOR TUB IOSS OF A LEG.
Allen Turiiln Iiivltex ( lie
lloiKl Into Court.
Allen Turpln has commenced suit In the
district court against the Chicago , Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railway company fo'
$25,000 damages for the- loss of a leg In a
wreck which ho alleges occurred on that
road May IB of this year in Wisconsin. He
alleges that he was a passenger on a freight
train of the defendant , having bought a
ticket nt Hllbert Junction for Milwaukee ,
Bcforo reaching his destination the train
ran Into a pile of crosstlcs which had been
placed across the- track , and the engine and
the car on which the plaintiff was riding
were thrown from the track and wrecked
and his left leg was crushed and amputation
made necessary. Ho alleges that the track
at the point where- the accident occurred
was level and straight and that the engineer
could have seen the obstruction If due care
and diligence had been used , and could
have stopped the train before reaching the
obstruction , but ho alleges that the acci
dent was duo to the carelessness and negli
gence of the company's servants.
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SPECIAL UATIIS
Vln < hi > MlNMonrl I'll LI I lie IlnllTviiy.
Round trip tickets to Kansas City October
4 to 10.
Round trip and ono way tickets to St.
Louis on every Tuesday and Thilrsday until
October 22.
St. Louis Fair tickets on sale October 4
to 10.
Homo seekers excursions to points south
and boutlnvcst September 29 , October G
and 20.
For further information , land pamplels ,
etc. , call at city offices , northeast corner
Thirteenth and Farnam streets , or depot ,
Fifteenth and Webster streets.
T. F. GODFREY , I' . & T. A.
J. 0. riHLLIPPI , A. Q. F. & P. A ,
IIUHI.l.VfiTO.V HOUTB
, C'liritp ItuteN South nnil WeH < .
Kansas City nud return $5.80 October 4
to 10.
St. Louis ono way and round ( rip VERY
low October 4 to 0 , and Tuesdajs and Thurs
days until October " 2.
Ilonin peckers' excursions west and south
half rak'B , plus $2 September 29.
Call at ticket office , 1G02 Farnam street ,
ami get paitlculars.
J. B , REYNOLDS , City Passenger Agent.
I'nraile CIIIIN < * H n
W , S. Clellens , a negro employed at the
P'jstollice , started to drive a hoiso across
burning street near Seventeenth last oven
ng while several of the flambeau clubs were
lasslng and the animal became frightened at
ho unusual spectacle. ClelleiiH and his
vehicle struck only the high places until
they reached Eighteenth and Webster
streets , when a wheel struck an obstacle and
Clellens camu violently to the ground , A
lurry-call was turned Into the police sta-
lon nnd the Injured man taken to the sta >
Jon and cared for by Dr. King. Ho- was
afterwards removed to his home , 3G3G Se
wn rd street. Ho was not seriously Injured.
I'll r < - n IN Drop thu CiiHe.
Myrtle Richards , a little girl living at
1718 Jackson street , was run Into by a
bicyclist at Seventeenth and Leavenworth
streets Monday and was severely bruised
i bout the head and body. The parents , fear-
ng that the child was severely hurt , In-
e.'vled to prosecute tha wheelman , but as It
me developed that the Injuries are not
tcrlous and because the wheelman has
jffered every reparation In hs ) power , they
lave determined to dropjjio wse.
Pcrmllk to wed have been Issued to the
ollowlng parties by the county Judge :
< Tame and Address , Age.
ilarlus Paulson , Omaha . . . . , , , . , . . . . , . . , .27
lanalno Larson , Omaha , . . , . , , . , , . , . . 85
"rank J. Chock , Council Bluffs , . . . 21
da Muchmoru , Ottervllle , la . , . 20
Andrew J. Marklcy , University Place . 37
Mrs Alice S , Warner , University Place38
05Ph ] Stanek. South Omaha. . , . , . , , . 21
Josle Radel , South Omaha . .IS
mull.
OIiOtjAN Mrs Thomas , nee Monica
Ki'nny at Salt Lake. Tuesday morulug.
Kuncral announcement later.
IIKASO.NS I.-OU.I CHAMJIMI OATHS
niretftnr * K plnln Wli
the KlrrtlonAVnn Poxttioneil.
OMAHA , Sept. 23. To the Editor of Th
Dec : In justice tcUall the subscribers t
the stock of ( ho Transmlsslsslppl and Inter
national Exposition 'It Is proper to explain
the reasons whlchil Induced the board o
directors to postpone the stockholders' meet
Ing for the election ) of- fifty directors untl
December 1 , which action was taken at th
last meeting of thoi present board , hcli
on Friday , September 25. At this meet
Ing a largo number of 'the ' subscribers , rcpre
sentlng fully one-halt of the total stock
subscribed , were present nnd presented
resolution asking that the election of perm.i
ncnt directors and the assessment be post
poncd. The subject was thoroughly can
VABsed , and after careful consideration tin
directors , conceding that the wishes of RI
large a part of the stockholders should bi
compiled with , unless of serious dlsadvont
ago to the Exposition , by unanimous voti
decided to postpone the meeting as re
quested. ,
The considerations which Influenced th. .
directors were as follows :
1. On account of the present strlngen
condition of financial affairs It was In
convenient for many of the business men
who had subscribed largo amounts , to pay
the assessment ordered on the short notice
given , and unless paid , these men wouh
not bo allow cd to participate In the clectloi
of directors.
2. Without having considered the matter
the assessment was called September 14
Jo be paid prior to September 29 , while
the railroad employes nnd many other s ib
scrlbera are not paid until the 1st to the
10th of the month , thereby making It In
convenient for them to pay by the date
necessary to entitle them to a vote at tha
election.
3. The railroads , the packing houses am
many business houses have declined to
subscribe for stock until the business of the
country Is In a morp settled condition. They
have Dignified their willingness to make
liberal subscriptions as teen as better con
ditions prevail , and have In bevernl Instances
expressed the dcslro to participate In the
election of permanent directors. Congrcs' '
does not meet until December 1 , and I
\vas reasoned that If these subscriptions
mltlit obtained and the amount raised to
$500,000 before the certificate of the secre-
ir.rv of the treasury was made , wo wouh"
be In better condition to ask for the pro
posed Increase of $300,000 In the approprla
lion of the United States government.
4. It was urged that more subscriptions
could be obtalned by December 1 , If the
election of directors were poslponcd , tltun
could possibly be obtained If the directors
wcro elected on October 1 , thereby dcprlv
Ing all future nubscrlbers from having a vote
for permanent dlrcctoiu.
It was therefore decided to postpone the
election and continue vigorously the solicit
ing of subscriptions.
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD , Secretary.
The LniUeV
The pleasant effect and perfect safety will
which ladles may use Sjrup of Figs , under
all conditions , makes It their favorite rem
cdy. To gfit the true and genuine article
look for the name of the California Fig
Syrup company , printed near the bottom o
the package. For sale * byill responsible
druggists.
Ueil by TIIIIIIK : TnnisliH.
Edward Waybright complained to the
police yesterday morning that last Sat
urday night bo was attacked b >
a dozen young ifellows at a hall near
Twenty-fourth and Grant streets and
badly beaten. He know only ono of
the party , atid a complaint was Issued for
his arrest on the charge of assault am :
battery. The young jnan Is Louis Brad-
shaw , who was arrested a couple of weeks
ago for holding up a traveling man and rob
bing him of u considerable sum of money
but who was discharged.
Shell Oyster * , ClatnM ami Shell Flxh
Received dally at MAURER'S RESTAU-
RANT-aIso ; ipeckll-d' brook trout everyFrl -
uay. , _ _ _
All the old trade is Invited back to Hotel
Dollonc , which is being operated under new
management. _ _
Johnson Bros. ; hard coal , $9.
LOCAL.IUU3VITIKS.
The .Council Bluffs authorities are looking
for the person who stole a horse which had
been picketed at Sixteenth street and
Avenue B In that city Monday.
Judge Powell granted a decree of divorce
yesterday morning to Mrs. Mary Barnes from
Ulysses G. Barnes on the grounds of Infi
delity and cruelty. The case was not con
tested.
Arthur Rushforth of South Omaha has re
ported to the police the loss of a heavy
brass scale beam from the scale house at
Fort Omaha , where he had purchased the
property.
At noQn yesterday a fire was started In
the flats at 2570 Barney street by a gasoline
steve explosion. The blaze was extln
Kulshed before any serious darangj hail
been done ,
George Sprngue Is wanted on u warrant
which charges him with deserting his wife ,
Emma , and committing adultery with Mag
gie Rooney. Frank Roonoy , the husband of
Maggie , Is the complaining witness.
"Shorty" Kelly , an undersized blacksmith
who wants to fight policemen whenever he
becomes intoxicated , ran against a snag In
the person of Officer Rentfrow Monday and
was arrested. He was sentenced to thirty
days in the county Jail yesterday morning
on a number of charges.
Mrs. A. C. Raymer reported lo the pollco
yesterday the loss of a dlamon I liroutoh
valued nt $150. The Jewel was missed Mon
day night about C o'clock. It Is supposed
to have been accidentally droppe.l Irani Uin
nerson of Mrs. Raymer while In tl o vicinity
of Sixteenth nnd Douglas streets.
Restaurant Keeper Burnett has been ar
rested for violating the civil rights act by
refUHlng to servo Dr. M. 0. Rlcketts , n col
orcd man , with a breakfast yesterday morn-
Ing. Burnett stated that ho had no preju
dice against Dr. Rlcketts personally , but
said that his attendance at meals would In
jure his trade.
E. J. Stone , Charles AVharton and Jairus
Williams , three of the- men recently arrested
for working a confidence game , yesterday
afternoon waived examination on thu .Vnarg"
of robbery and were c-ach bound over to lie )
district court In thu sum of $2,000. The
.liree plucked William Thompson of Canton
3. I ) . , of $22.75 a week ago last Sunday.
Caspar Rick , a Bohemian living on Iho
jottoms near Fourth and Plcrto streets ,
was arrested yesterday on a chargeof cut
ting with Intent to do great boUily Injury.
The trouble Is the result of a neighboihooJ
row. Yesterday Itlolc Is nuld to have lost
bis temper , and taking a long butchcik'iifo
started to run amuck among his enemies ,
Only u few scratches on a couple of the
complainants resultuU.
IS IT A/TRIFLE / ?
THAT COMMON' UUtOllllI.K , ACII > DVS-
ricr.siA outturn STOMACH.
\o v llciMiKiilril < ! iiH u Ciuinc of 'Si-rlou *
Acid dyspepsia , < commonly called heart
burn or sour stoniuLb , in a form of Indl-
geatlon resulting from fermentation of the
food. The stora'ich. being too weak to
promptly digest It the food remains until
fermentation bcglns.i filling the stomach with
gas , and a bitter , eour , burning taste In the
mouth is often present. Tills condition soon
becomes chronic , and being an every day
occurrence Is given but little attention. He-
cause dyspepsia Is not immediately fatal ,
many people do nothing for thu trouble ,
Within a recent period a remedy lias been
discovered prepared solely to euro dyspepsia
and stomach troubles. U Is known an .
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and is now be
coming rapidly ueed and prescribed as a { h
radical cure for every form of dyspepsia , I a
Stuart's Dyapepala Tablets have been ' t
placed before the public and are sold by r
druggists everywhere at 50 cents per pack
age. It la prepared by the Stuart Chemi C
cal So. , Marshall , Mich , and while It
promptly and effectually restores a vigorous
digestion , at the same time U perfectly
harmless and will not Injure tbo most dell-
rate stomach , but on the contrary by glvlug
perfect digestion utrengthenii the s'oma-h
Improvi-s the appetite and makes life worth
living.
tor tree book on Stomach Diseases.
roi.iTics iiAintr.t ) IN TIMS UTTI'IIIJ. '
Xn Store flnrli MrrtliiKN to lie llelil In
Coniinrrrlnl dull Itoonii.
There was n slight attendance at yester
day afternoon's meeting of the Commercial
club's executive committee , but a great
variety of subjects were discussed , Tlie
judicial committee was instructed to Inves
tigate the advisability of consolidating the
municipal and county governments and the
merit of the various amendments that have
been suggested to bring about that union.
After a lively discussion concerning the
fltno33 of admitting certain recent meetings
to the rooms of the Commercial club It was
resolved that In the future no meetings of
a political character should bo held there
under the auspices or with the consent of
the executive committee.
The thanks' of the club wcro extended to
Major Wllcox for the gift of the large
golden eagle that adorns the hallway.
The Omaha Cricket club acknowledged an
Invitation from the club to hold Its meetings
In the club's rooms.
Chairman liartlctt of the committee on
the entertainment of the delegates to the
Commercial Law league reported that all
bills bad been paid and that there was a
balance In the treasury. The commissioner
was Instructed to have the report made pub
lic.
lic.U
U uaa decided to appoint a committee of
five to co-operate with a similar committee
of the Heal Estate exchange for the purpose
of Insisting that the city council should sec
that the remnants of the wooden bloc : ;
pavement throughout the city bo removed
and replaced with substantial pavement by
June , 1893.
Commissioner lltt was ordered to take a
trip to Norfolk to study up the beet sugar
question with the Idea of gaining some val
uable pointers on the establishment of a
factory hereabouts.
The offer of n company to compllo a di
rectory of the city under the auspices of the
club was read , but the committee concluded
that the Commercial club was not ready to
go Into the publishing business yet awhile.
Chairman Dartlctt of the committee on
program for the next quarterly meeting
read a report prepared by Commissioner Utt.
It wan adopted. The meeting will bo hcln
at the club on Tuesday evening , October
IS. Supper will bo served at C:45 : o'clock.
The speeches will bo called shortly afcr 8
o'clock , and will come to an end at 11.
Among the prominent gentlemen who are
expected to speak at that time are C. K.
Weller , J. II. Dumont , General Manderson ,
Hon. William 1J. Sterling. J. II. Munroe , K.
C. Prlco and George N. Tlbbs. These
speakers will bo allotted ten minutes , and
following them there will bo a number of
five minute speeches.
-in MlIII *
upon Silverware with the
GORHAM Trade-mark ,
thus
MABff
not only the finest workmanship -
manship known to modern
Art , but the positive ccr-
tainty of Sterling Value.
u _ IKin - in
c. s.
S. E. Cor.i 5th and"Douglas
'TpHERE is no base burner so
J. magnificently beautiful
none so perfect in every
way as an
During all the years we've
sold these gems of art and heat
we have never had a single com
plaint as to price style or heat
ing qualities.
We are making some very
interestingly low prices.
Sole Agents14th and Farnam.
EVERY WOMAN
Eoiuetlmes ocm * a rcllabl/
monthly regulating medlclnf
DR. PEAL'S
PENNYROYAL PILLS ,
A-a prompt , safe and certain In result. Tlie ccnu-
fae tlr ) , I'enl's ) nwvcrdteaoDoint. Kentanywbeiii
Sherman & McConnel Drug Co. 1S13 Dodge
qOM 'UIJUUIQ
TiioUaaijci for Oijc.
( Tindo Mark. )
ACCIDENT TICKETS.
-STATE
Compiiny of .VIMV York.
givaa THKEE MCNJHS' insurance ,
$1OOO for $1.OO ,
to moil or no in i11 ,
> etueen IS and GO yearn of niie , uKalnit fatal
llrct't Ac-detenu a-foot , or on IIIcjcU'H , Ilornen ,
VuKons , lloi > e Curs , KiUInmil cum. nievutrJ ,
IrlJKf , Trolley "Mil ruble cam , Htvumvlilpa ,
HtCHniliiiiitB anil fiteum IVrrlei. JIOO.CKX ) ilcK | > lt < Mj
vllh Hie In > urancoi > artrnent uf tlie flute of
tivi York for tlie security of the IneureU ,
For Sill i- ! ) >
Chas. Kaufmami ,
1303 Duugliu Kticot.
Ttl. 100 Omalia , Neb.
men i'uinio opium
) Hi Oi Ot und moiptilit
ntlclote. Am , Ki | ' IMUjj. .
Voder to ItolliliTN mill C'onlrnclorM.
Drawings and specifications will be on ix-
hlblt at the office of Lou Vaugli ! ' , architect ,
after October 1 , for the construction of n
Uo-story brick store 48x100 feet with lull
cellar. Bids will bo received for the differ
ent parts and kinds of work up to 12 in. ,
October 10 , 1890. Wo will furnluh all the
brick and reserve- the right to reject any
and all blda. SA3 IJH03 , , Blair , Neb.
Wanted-For U S , unity , able-bodied , un-
mmried men , between uges of 21 und SO ,
illlzeiiH uf the United Htutea , of good char-
iicter ami temperate ImbltH. who cun spc.ik ,
rend nd write KnellBh For Information
apply preferubly by letter , to Kccrultlng
Otllccr , Fort Crook , Bcllevue , Neb ,
| lioo , Sept , 00 , 1UW.
This week we are after big boys young men Iron
to 19. We have waiting for them some of the prc
suits in Omaha and some of the most attractive p
that were ever attached to similar suits. Neither
suits of last year nor the prices of last year are g ( '
basis for comparison , because the suits arc diffcren
better ; and the prices are different lower , and the best
way to judge of the difference is to s o tin * suits. Look
at this handsome ovcrplaid suit marked ยง 6.00 , m sixes
up to 19 } ears of age. Elegant in appearance , hand
some in effect , porfe.ct in fabric , fit , finish , and equal
to any ten or twelve dollar suit of last season for wear *
It is many a long day since six dollars bought so much
of elegance ; it will be many a long day before it will
purchase it again. People who care about saving money
will look at this suit. People who don't ' won't.
To tlip Ladles of Oinalin mid Vicinity : T
\Vo have nmdt1 nrraiwnients with one of llio finest npptllo workers In the coun
try and will KVO ! dally free K'CSOIIM In fancy art embroidery and lace-mak'iAif
to our patrons , beKlnnliiK Wednesday , Suiiteinber ! ! 0 , from il:110 : to ; ! : UO p. in.
Silk Floss on spools , fie per dozen ,
All Skein Embroidery Flns.s.40c per dozen. .
Knitting Silks , 4V e and I'-I' c per spool.
.Special cut prices on stamped linens and tinted Roods.
Some Hayden prices on Dress Goods , Silks , Flannels , Ladles' and Clilldren'9
wear , for Wednesday.
Ladies' Capes and Jackets-
s
Ladles' handsome plush Capes , lined with black martin , good value for $46.00 , <
throughout with black satin rhadlmer , thlbet $25.00.
Kxcnilslto and very distinguished looking
trimmed , full sweep , nt $ I.9S. tailor-made Jackets , elaborately trimmed i
Ladles' black and navy Kersey Double silk lined throughout , at J12.50.
17C medium weight Jackets at $2.25.
Capes , velvet collar , at $8.98. Children's Reefers by the hundreds
Ladles * Kersey Jackets , silk lined , neatest $2.00 , $4.00 nnd $6.00.
Girls' long school Coats , deep capes , li ]
est style , at $7.75. randy mixtures , regular value $ G.OO , a * . $
100 silk Seal Capes , plain and trimmed New goods arriving dally.
Headquarters for Omaha and the We ]
- We quote a few specials. ' - , >
CO-ln. English Lizard Effect , the $1.23 quafityy , . . .
es
fiO-ln. Imported AH Wool , excellent qual- Ity .
i , . . 48-ln. Mohair Serge , all wcl
1 > . 39 = quality . . . . . . . . I
nl-ln. .Imported All Wool , very fine qual- 35-in All Wool Scrgo , flue qua'i ) |
Henriettas
46-ln. , the regular $1.00 quality , at . 50c | 40-ln. , the regular $1.25 * qualitjl
Cattish Cloth aiad Rough Che.j
4C-in. Canlsh Cloth , worth J1.50 ,
45-in. Cornish Cloth , worth $1.39 , at..89c
4C-ln. Canish Cloth , worth ? 1 75 ,
Special for Wednesday.
A 38 Inch novelty In wool mixtures , the o'clock the goods go on the counlil
goods that retail up to 6 o'clock Tuesday 100 pieces drees goods , dress gil
retail at 4Sc , go on the counter \ \ \
evening for 39c. Wednesday morning at 9 morning at 2Cc.
A word to the wise is sufficient-
BLACK TAFFETAS
Rich , rustling quality , -2i inches wide , Black
Taffetas , for
20-21 inches lining-velvets have been retail-
lug fromUOc lo46c , today ut , , '
The correct thing for fall for lining capes ,
cloiikH , etc. , Is pluId fcllUs. Wo have nn excellent line of tncao goods
In olfeius Hint are simply huiiiulful. Uurprlcii on ttioso coodo
will bo UHo for your choice. They inensiiro Li iiichoi wldoiuid
soinuof them are worth $ S,00 poryunl
Special line oflilto wove flannels at lOc. Good online flannels at Gcj
Linen work flannels lu all widths , at 5,000 yards thu beat Saif
popular prlceu. | I i | grays , brown and tana at
Tlii : Bargain Home of Omaha to Pickle pig pork , Cc ,
thu I 'rout Again with Salt pork , 4c.
AVldo bacon , 7c.
Kya Opunurs for Wednesday.
California hanm , OV c.
Cranberries , new stock , Cc a quart. Cooked HockH , Cc.
oda and oyster crackers , Cc , Pigs feet , 4c.
Country butter , 7c. Cooked hocks , Cc ,
Wisconsin cream chccise , 7'/4c. When you want to buy nld
Young America cream cheese , 7'/ie , the best made , come to
Drlck and llmberger cheese , lOc. Uargalns , always on hand.
Swiss cheese , lOc , Lcut and Calumet lard at bui |
HAYDEN
For Sale or Trade
703 , 705 S , 16th.
Telephone 001-
Beer Business for Sale.
Uood Trade , Splendid Losatlun , I'rk-f
2,500.00. Write for particular.
EHNST
lov/a.
k Cll.cntilcr1. K.nolUh llUuen.l Itr.ud ,
'ENNYROYAL PILLS
( IrUlnul Dud Only Ur-nulur. '
Arc. ftlvtrl ltflatl. ! i oitv kit ,
' Jil'l lor niftiilir t Cii I 4 < ' ,
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yuuutbcr. Ktfnn4iirtutn '
' U ilimr * r r t > vtk ' > fi. u.llmoiilitli
"Hdlcf fur l.uJlr."lililff , Ly relur
ItulL IO.OUU.T uliwuljli. . y M rt r ,
m Min
CHILDREN'S Tl
Humid ho attendee ]
Thuy sulfur KIIIIIO n |
folks ,
BAILEY 1 !
M I'lour 1'iutoii 1)1 )
IGtu and rurnuiii , 'I I
New Locatic
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-The Drugd
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