THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , NOVEMBER 20 , 1898. I 0
HOMKTHINCJ now In slock nnd bonds ; pays
200 per cent per year on Investment ; nny
amount ; Investors secured , pnynblt uny
lltno ; no speculation ; best refercnccii ;
wrltn for particulars Investors Trust ,
1221 Arch St. , Philadelphia , I'n.
l FARM FOIL nnvr.
TO IMiNT , 15 acres , IIOUBO nnd barn , to
Address II 38 , Lieu office.Mr.lS
Mr.lS 28 i
STAMPS AM ) STENCILS.
_ _ . . _ _ . _ . . - _ , _ _ nt Li.-1-jfl , -rnr I _ l _ n _ _ L-rr
OMAHA Knbber Stamp Co. , 215 So * 13th.
Phone 1025. Write- for cutulouge.
OMAHA MlltllOH FACTORY. , ,
DAMAGED looking Klndses resltvcrf-dj 70S
N. 10th. 233 J1J
LOST , blnrk cocker spaniel , stub tall , nn-
Fwers nnme of Lady , Ileturn 1T01 Dodco
for rowiml. Lost M123 2t
C. A. CASE , violins repaired 410 Shecly btk.
' 325 Keb.ll
FOR MALE HICYCL.ES.
REMOVAL sain of bicycles and sundries ;
tires and 2ml-hand wheels specialty ;
everything at coat. Louis Klescher 313-13
8. 13th. -CU KM
H. MAROW.ITZ loans money. 418 N. 16.
ACIIOOI. OK LANGUAGES.
FRENCH , Gorman , Spanish. $2 per month.
Prof. Chatelaln. SOI Doyd theater. ,
GOLD , sllvor nnd nickel plating : base
burnorfl nickel plated. Omnha Pl.iilnfc
Co. , , 1302 Farnam. under U. P. ticket
office. 324 D14
FENCING' AND IIOXING.
ACADEMY at 1212 Farnam. Reduced rates.
Send for circular. Col. Montitcry.323
UPHOLSTEUING. Lundee n , 1523 Lcav'th.
KAULINO'S 'shop , 1220 Harney. Tel. 2031.
OMAHA Hardwood Lumber Co. , oak. h'ck-
ory , ash , cypress , poplar , etc. . 13 & .Jallf.
WORK guaranteed , Lawrence Cycle Co. ,
OLD pianos overhauled , secondhand pianos
always on hand. C. Sommcr , HI S. 10th.
WESTERN Plating Works. - Bt.
M. S. . WALKIN , 2111 Cumlng. Tel. 1331.
ONLY corset made- having waist lino. Room
10 , Creighton Oik. , 15th & Douglas.317
- . . -317 N22
UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING.
LTJNDEBN. 1523 Lcavenworth. 222 NevIS
W. COY , removed to 1716 St. Mary's Ave
L _ _
1 , rSTATUARY.
GONNELL'A ' manufactures artistic statu
nry. Insldo ornamental work a specialty
OT So. 10th. -MC21 N24
Dressmaking Miss Sturdy , 2504 Davenport
STEREO AND ELECTROTYPINO.
H. S. STARK & CO. , 1110 Douglas.E9SN80
PIANOS tuned , $1.60 Uose , 1521 Dodge.
GOOD c re ; Jl.EO per mo. W. F. Snydcr
BOth & Lcavenworth ; write 814 S. 2Gth st
T ' ELOCUTION.
ELLA DAY , Ramge Bldg. , 15 and Harney
J. R. MAXCY & CO. . auctioneers , room 61
Paxton block , want your auction sales o
real estate , * merchandise , furniture , llv
stock. tc. -
OMAHA AUCTION & COMMISSION CO.
J. Konneiiberp , general auctioneer.
1303Douglas St. We sell real- estate , mer
chandlse. live-stock , furniture , etc. ; con
nUnments solicited. Tel. 1553.av
av > Dcc-13
WK SOLICIT and furnish positions f < j
stenographers free. The Smlth-Premlo
Typewriter Co. Telcphona 12S4. GTS
WILL repair your shoes while you wal
only 16 mln. ; half soles , 40c. Flrsl-clas
work guaranteed. 212 N. 16th. 720 D3
VIOLIN studio , beginners or advanced , sol
& ensemble , 13 , iSoikowaky , U. 'At. 321 d. i ;
? -903 decC'
VIOLIN & piano lessons. Misses Plndrr i
McDonald , 4164 Farnam. 4ls 21 *
DEST COOKING COAL. '
$3.75 TON7 'Phone , 648. Harmon & Weetr
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
BCIJOOL for 'cure of these defects. Jull
H. Vaughn. 3U6 N. Y. Llfo bid * , 43S D1S
MASONWORK Jobwork. E. TIeuly.1822 Clar :
. . C4 N-2fi
THE Ewoboda nyatem. 303 Bheely blk.
NEDHA3KA FARMS FOR CASH Ol
Dlxon County 200 acres , Sit miles fret
New .Castle ; 140 acres undur cultlvator !
balance meadow and pasture ; five ronr
hoyso ; barn 30x60 ; two wells and pump *
somct apple trees , bearing. This farm 1
feni ed und cross-fenced. Worth (5,000. Wl
exchange for Improved Omaha realty.
Knox County : 00 acres , four miles cixs
of Verdigris ; 200 acres under cultlvatior
balance pasture nnd meadow land. A tin
stock farm ; two-story frame house. 18x2
ulth two sddttlons ; barn 2Cx24 : it foe
post with addition 11x20 ; corner b 14x4. , an
other buildings. Price $8.000 cash. Easll
Wo arc offering some attractive farms t
attractive tUures In Howard , nutler. Poll
Hamilton. Clay and Adams counties , U
prime counties of the state.
. -\V. PAR1.0CK ,
S09 SOUTH 14TH STREET. OMAIL
NOTICK li harcby glv n thnt by order nt
tnj HoirC of Directors of th * TrnnsmU-
Blislppl and In emotional Expoiltlon any
stock Buhs < rll > cr who has not paid his
subscription In full will be allowed to pay
the balance due , toRethcr with nny court
coots that have btcn made In thr culUc-
tlon of name , nt nny tlnio before fsc. 1 ,
1S33I that to all ntock nibscrlb r who pay
In full before December I , 1S93. stock will
be Issued nnd a refund of 75 per cent will
be trade. Notice Is further given that nil
sum , paid by stock subscribers as partial
payment ? on their sul rrlptlon will be
forfeited to the Exposition on December
1 , U93. nnd no stork will be Issued for
nnld partial payments nor refunds mnd
Payments should be mnde at the office ol
the secretary of the Exposition , which U
now In ho Service bulldog on the repo
sition grounds , but will b > removed to
some central location In the cltv of Omaha
on or about November 15. H3j.
OURDON W. WATTLES. President.
To the members of the Douglas County
Agricultural Society , take notice ;
The annual meeting of the soclsty will be
hold In Hoard of Trade hall , as provided
In article. 1 of the by-laws of said society ,
the first Saturday of December. 1S9S , for
the election of officers nnd board of man
agers for the ensuing year. ,
, D. H. CHRISTIE. Acting Sec'y.
Omaha , November 19. 1S93. N20dlt
BETH-EDEN CHURCH , 819 SOUTH
Twenty-ninth Avenue , Rov. C. D. Allen ,
jr. , Patter Services nt 10:30 : n , m. and 1
p. m. ; Sunday school nt noon ; B. Y. P. U. ,
fi:30 : p. m.
CALVARY CHURCH , TWENTY-SIXTI1
nnd Sewnrd Streets. Rv. Thomas Andtr-
HOII , Pnstor Services nt 10:30 : a. m. and
70 : ! p. hi. ; Sunday school at noon.
FIRST CHURCH , THIRTY-FIFTH ANr
Farnam Streets , Rev. T. L. Kctman
Pnstor Services nt 10:30 : a. m. nnd 8 p ,
m. ; Sunday school nt 11:45 : n. m. : Junloi
union , 3:30 : p. m. ; B. Y. P. U. , 7 p. m. :
Mission Sunday school. Twenty-eighth
nvenuo nnd Fnrnam. 3:3l : p. m.
GERMAN CHURCH. TWENTY-SIXTH
and Seward Street * . Rtv. August Roltir
Pnstor Services at 10:30 : n. m. nnd 7:30 : p
m. : Sunday school at 9:15 : n. m.
RACH CHURCH , TENTH AND ARBOr
Streets , Rev. J < O. Staples. Minister-
Services nt 10:45 : a. m. nnd S p , m. ; Sun
day school at noon ; gospel meetings
Wednesday evening ; Younc Ptoplo's meet'
Ing , Friday evening ; reading room oper
IMMANUEI , CHURCH , BINNEY ANI
Twenty-fourth streets. Pulpit ruppllei
temporarily : services at 10:30 : a. m. ant
7SO ! n. m. : Sunday school nt noon.
MOUNT PISQAH' CHURCH , TWENTY-
s > v nth nnd Cuss Streets , Rev. Rober
Jnnunry , Pastor Services at 11 a. m. one
730 ; p. m. ; Sunday school nt 12:30 : i. . m.
prayer meeting , Wednesday evening
Young People's meeting. Friday evening
OL1VKT CHURCH. GRAND AVENUf
nnd Thirty-eighth Street , Rv. A. J. Flcm
Ing , Pastor Services at 11 a. m. nnd 7Si :
p. m. ; , Sunday school at noon.
SWEDISH CHURCH , 618 NORTH EIGII
tcenth Street , Rev. P. Swartz , Pastor-
Services ut 11 n. m. nnd 7:30-p. : m.j Sundaj
school at 9:30 : n. m.
Z1ON CHURCH , 2215 GRANT STREET
Rev. T. T. Wnrd , Pnstor Services nt 1
a. rn. nnd 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school n
12:30 : p. .m ,
FIRST CHURCH , CORNER TWENTIETH
Street n.nd Capitol Avenue , Rsv. J , M
Vnwtcr , Pastor Services at 10:30 : a. m
nnd 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school at 12 m.
Young People's Society of Christian En
deavor nt < i:30 : p. m. ; prayer mcctlni
Wednesday nt 7:30 : p. m.
GRANT STREET CHURCH , TWENTY
sixth nnd Grnnt Streets , Rev. Charle
Taylor , Pnstor Services at 10:30 a. rn. an (
7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school at noon.
WALNUT HILL CHURCH. 4420 NICHO
IHH Street , Rev. Joseph Nichols , Pastor-
Services at 10:30 : n. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school nt 3 p. m.
CHERRY HILL CHURCH , SOU NORTF
forty-second Street , Rev. L. S. Hand
Pastor-Services at 11 a. m. ; Sundaj
school at noon.
FIRST CHURCH. NINETEENTH ANI
Davenport Streets , Rev. H. C. Herring
Pastor Services at 10:30 : a. m. ; Y. P. S
C. E at 6:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school a
HILLSIDE CHURCH. THIRTIETH ANI
Ohio Streets , Rov. Jacob Klook Pastor-
Services at 10:30 : n. m. and 7:30 : p. m.
Sunday school at noon ; prayer servlc <
Wednesday at 7:30 : p. m.
PARK VALE CHURCH. 2914 CASTELLAI
Street. Rev. Frank H. Anderson , j/asto
Services nt 8 p. m. ; Sunday school a
3 p. m. ; Christian Endeavor at 8 p. m.
PILGRIM CHURCH , 102 NORTH FORTY
first Street , Rev. Frank D. Jackson
Pastor Services at 11 u. m. and 7:30 p
in. : bundav school nt noon.
PLYMOUTH CHURCH. TWENTIETI
nnd Spencer Streets , Rev. Howard Mac
A > val. Paator Services at 10:30 : a. m. nni
8 p. m. ; Endeavor society nt 7:1G : p. m ,
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 : p. m.
Srnyer school at noon.
ST. MARY'S AVENUE CHURCH
Twenty-seventh Street and St. MarV
Avenue , Rev. S. Wright Butler , D. D ,
Pastor Services at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 p
m. ; Sunday pchool at noon.
SARATOGA CHURCH. TWENTY-FIFTf
Street and Ames Avenue , Rov. L. S
Hand , Pastor Services at 10:30 : n. m. am
7:45 p. m. ; Sunday school at 2:30 : p. m.
ALLSAINT'SCHURCH , TWENTY-SIXTI
und Dewey Avenue , near Farnam , KM
Thomas J. Mackay , Rector Holy com
munlon every Sunday In the montri
except the llrst , at 7:30 : n. m. ; sermon .1
ll a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school a
CHURCHmOF THE GOOD SHEPHERE
Twentieth and Ohio Streets , Rev. Gcors
I iiw rd nlk. M. A. . Re < tor Services a
8 a , m. , 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunda
school at 9:15 : a. m.
ST. ANDREWS CHURCH. CORNE1
Charles and Forty-first Streets. Rev. C
It. Young. Priest Services nt 7:30 : n. m
II a. m. nnd 7:45 : p. m. ; Sunday school a
10 a. m. . Frldnvs nt 7:45 : p. m.
ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH , THIRTY
third nnd Francis Str'ets , Priest 1
Chnrge , Rev. W. S. Hownrd Services n
1 p. m. : Sunday school at 3 p. m.
ST. BARNABAS' CHURCH. 619 NORT1
Nineteenth Street , Rtv. John William1
Rector Services nt 730 ; n. m. , U a. n
and 7:45 : p. m. ; Sunday school at 9:30 : n. n
BT JfV'N'S CHURCH. TWENTY-SIXT ]
and Franklin Streets. Rev. W. 8. How
nrd. Priest Services nt 7:30 and 11 n. m
and 7:45 : p. m. ; Sunday school nt 9:30 : t
m. , : dally services at 0:45 : nnd 7 a. m. an
4:45 p. m. ; Wednesdays at 7:45 : p. m. ; Fr !
days at 7:30 : p. m.
ST. MATHIAS' CHURCH , 142S 8OUT1
Tenth fltrfet. Rov. L. F. Potter , Priest1 !
Chnrirp Services nt 7:30 : a. m , , 11 a. n
and 7:30 p. m. : Sunday school nt 10 a. n
ST. PAUL'S ' CHURCH. 3211 CALIFORNI.
Street Pulpit supplied temporarily : sen
Icrs nt 11 n. in. nnd 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunda
school at 10 a. m.
ST "HIT IP THR DEACON CHURCH , 111
North Twcnty-flrst stren. Rev. John A
bert Williams. Rector Services at 7:45 : i
m. , 11 n. m. and S p. m. ; Sunday schoi
nt 10 a. in. ; dally morning prayer at 9 i
in rvnlntr. n. m.
TRINITY CATHEDRAL. CAPITOL AVE
mid nnd Elchtcenth Street. Rt. Roi
Oeorge Worthlnpton , D. D. . Blihop , Vor
Rev. Cnmpbrll Fair , D. D , , Dean Hoi
communion , 9:25 : 'a. m. ; litany. 10 a , m
morning prayer , 10:30 : a. m. ; Sunda
school , 13 noon ; evening prayer , 7:45 : p. n
EMANUEL CHURCH. 2602 MARC
Stroet. Rev. O J. Str'lcher. Pnstor
Services nt 10:30 : n. m. nnd 7:30 : p. m
fSpprtnv fchool nt 11SO n. m.
FREE CHURCH. TWELFTH AND DOI
oas 8tr rts. Rev. F. H. W. Brtiecher
Pastor Porvlres nt 10:30 : a. m. anfl 7:30 : ]
m. : Sunday school nt 2-4 p. m.
g\vrr ' ° u MISSION CHURCH. 2222 DAA
ennort Ptr-c-t , Rev F. O. Hultmnn , Pni
tor Service * nt 10:30 : n. m. nnd 7:30 p. m
Pundny school nt 3:45 : p. m
ZTOV npPMAV CmMTH. 2B22 RPRAGU
Street. Rev. Ernest M < 0il. Pastor Servln
nt 10:30 : n. m , nnd 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunda
school at 11:30 : a. m.
DANIPH CHURCH. S19 SOUTH TWFNT1
second Street. Rev. I. C. Poulson. Paste
Km 'ftp M io-o n. m and 8 n. m. . ei
I cent last Sunday In the month , wh'
there are no evening services ; Sundo
i school nt 9:30 n m.
; EMANUEL SWEDISH CHURCH. NINI
[ t -MI nnrt ( " PtrPets. Rev. P. 1
; Svnrd , Pastor Pervlcps at 10:45 : a. m. ar
i 7s45 p. m. : " Sunday school at noon. .
( ftne-T rrr-VTAX CHURCH , 1005 SHUT
Twentieth Stre't. Rev , E. J. Fresa. Paste
t arr.tcr , nt jp-n o mt anj 7.30 p > m
; Snnilnv Hehnot nt 2 n. m ,
i KOUNTS5B MEMORIAL CHURCH. SI ?
, tcenth mid Hnrney Streets , Rev. A. ,
t T > ' - Pn.tnr Bv'ce at 10-30 n. r
I nnd 7:30 : p. m. : Sunday rhnal at noon
' ORACH CHURCH. TWENTY-SIXT
Street and Woolworth Avenue. Re
I i . .vrr r fjn ? ( pastor Services at
. n. m. and 7:30 : p. m. : Sunday school i
J U-ll n. m.
NORWEGIAN AND DANISH CHURC1
i 1316 Nor'h Twonty-slxth Street. Rev.
N. Anderson. Pastor Services at U a. i
( Continued. )
nnd 7:30 : p. m.i Sunday school at 12:15 :
PI II A DANISH CHURCH , 2215 NORTH
Twenty-sixth Street Pulpit supplied tem
porarily ; services nt 11 n. m. nnd 7:30 : p.
m. ; Sunday tchool nt noon.
S'tIA . , < .mllCH. TWENTY-FIRST
and liurdettc Streets , Hrv. Leonard Groh ,
Pastor-Services at 10:45 : u. m. and 73(5 (
n. m , ; Sundnv school nt noon.
ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH. FOUR-
twmth nnd Center Streets , Rev. A J.
Turkic. Pastor Pundnv school nt 3 p. m.
BT. PAUL'S GERMAN CHURCH. 2721
Parker Street , Rev. John F. 8. Her , Pas
tor Services nt 10 n. m. nnd 7:30 : p. m. ;
Sundav school nt 2 p. in. ; evening , second
end and fourth Sunday In each month nt
7:30 : n. m.
SALEM EVANGELICAL SWEDISH
Church. S219 South Twenty-third street.
Rev. C. E. Elvlng , Pnstor Services nt
I 10:30 : a. m. and 7:3'J : ' p. m. ; Sunday school
FIRST CHURCH. TWENTIETH AND
Davenport Streets , Rov. John McQuold.
D. D. , Pastor Services at 10:30 : a. m. and
7:10 : p. in. ; Sunday school at noon.
FIRST GERMAN CHURCH. ELEVENTH
nnd Center Streets , Rev. Otto E. Krlegc ,
Pastor Services at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p.
m.Sundav school at noon.
HANSCOM PARK CHURCH , TWENTY-
ninth Street and Woolworth Avenue , Rev.
F. M. Slcson , D. D. , I astor Servicent
10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school
MONMOUTH PARK CHURCH. THIRTY-
fourth Street and Lnrlmore Avenue , Rev.
Frank W. Dross , Pnstor Services at H
tu m. and 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school at
NORWEGIAN AND DANISH CHURCH ,
1C13 North Twenty-sixth Street , Rev ,
Rnsmus Wllhclinsen , Pastor Services nt
10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school
ST. JOHN'S AFRICAN CHURCH. EIGH-
te nth nnd Webster Streets. Rev. James
C. C. Owens , Pastor Services nt 10:45 : a.
m. and 7:30 : p m. ; Sunday school nt 1:1C :
p. m. ; Epworth league every Sunday
evening one hour preceding prenchlng ;
prayer meeting every Wednesday cvcn'.ns
at 7:30 : ; class meeting every Friday at 73t ;
SEWARD STREET CHURCH. TWENTY-
pficond and Reward Streets , Rev. A. C.
W Ich , Pastor Services nt 10:30 : a. m. anO
7TO p. m. ; Sunday school at noon.
SOUTH TENTH STREET CHURCH
Tenth nnd Pierce Streets , Rev. George A
Luce , Pastor Services at 11 a. m. ant
7:80 : p. m. ; Sunday school nt noon : Jurtloi
league. 4 p. m. ; Epworth lengue , 6:30 : p. m
SOUTHWEST CHURCH. 5123 H1CKORV
Street. Rev. R. M. Henderson , Pastor-
Services at 10:45 : a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. ; Sufr
day school nt 11:45 : a. m.
SWEDISH CHURCH , 615 NORTH EIGH.
teenth Street , Rev. Carl O. Knrlson , Pas
tor Services nt 11 a. m and 7.30 p. m.
Sunday 10:30 : n. m. and 7:30 : p. m. nt th <
rooms nt 114 South Thirteenth street.
WEST OMAHA CHURCH. TWENTY'
se-vnth nnd Mnrcy streets , Rov. Jame1
Hnynes. Pastor Services at 11 a. m. am
7:3Q p. m. ; Sunday school at noon.
TRINITY CHURCH. TWENTY-FIRS !
nnd Blnney Stroft ? . Rev. Fred H. Sander
Bon , D. D. , Poster Services at 10:30 : a. m
nnd 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday school at noon
Epworth league at 6:30 : p. m.
WALNUT HILL , FORTY-FIRST AN !
Charles Streets , Rev. C. N. Dawson , D
D. , Pastor Services at 10:30 : a. m. ami 7:3i :
p m Fntvlnv school ut noon , J. M. Glllnn
superintendent ; Epworth league at C:3i :
SOUTH OMAHA. FIRST CHURCH
Twenty-third and N Streets , Rev. J. A
.Johnson. Pa tor.
ALRRIOHT. REV. J. Q. A. FLEHARTY
Ph. D. , Pastor.
AMBLER PLACE CHURCH. FORTY
soond and Marlnda Streets Pulpit sup
piled temporarily ; services nt 10:30 : a. m.
Sunday school at 11:30 a. m.
BEDFORD PLACE CHURCH. 302S LALK
Street , Rev. Knox Boude , Pastor Service !
nt 10:30'a. : ' m.'nnd 7:30 : p. m. ; Sundaj
achjol nt noon.
CKNTKAL UNITED CHURCH. TWENTY ,
fourth nnd Dodge Streets , Rev. Alcxnn
der Gllchrlst , Pastor Services at 10:30 : n
m. nnd 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school at noon
CLIFTON HILL CHURCH , 4338 GRANI
Street. Rev. James D. Kerr , Pnstor-
Snrvlces at 10:30 : n. m. and 7:30 : p. m.
Sunday school at noon.
FIRST CHURCH , SEVENTEENTH ANr
Dodge Streets Services at 10:30 : a. tn. one
8 p. m. ; Sunday school nt noon.
FIRST GERMAN CHURCH. 813 NORTI
Eighteenth Street , Rev. Daniel Grloder
Pnstor Services at 10:30 : n. m. and 7:30 : p
m. ; Sunday school nt noon.
FIRST UNITED CHURCH. TWENTY
tlrst and Emmet Streets , Rev. Frank B
Foster , Pastor Services at 10:30 : a. m. am
7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school at noon ; Chris
tlan union meeting at 7 p. m.
GRACE MISSION CHURCH. 60T WIL
liam Street Pulpit supplied temporarily
services nt 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p. m.
Sundav school at noon.
KNOX CHURCH. NINETEENTH AJI
Ohio Streets , Rev. A. Chrlstlo Blown
Patitor Services nt 10:30 : u. m. nnd 7J :
p. m. ; Sunday school ut 12 m. ; Youm
Pconlos mooting at 7 p. m.
LOWE AVENUE PRESBYTERIA >
Church , Corner Nicholas nnd Lowi
Avenue , Rev. T. S. Hnwley. Pastor-
Preaching nt 10:45 : n. m. und 7:45 p. m.
Sundny school nt 12 m. , nnd Endenvo
meeting nt C:45 : in the evening : Wednes
day evening , lecture nt 8 o'clock
ONTARIO STREET CHURCH. 1820 ON
tarlo Street Pulpit supplied temporarily
services tit 10:30 : a. m. and' 7:36 p. m.
SIIP RV ofSrft * *
PARK AVENUE CHURCH , PARK AVE
mie and Jackson Street , Rev. Edgar Mac
Dill , Pastor Pel-vices at 10:30 : a. m. am
7:30 : p. m. : Sunday school nt noon.
SECOND CHURCH. TWENTY-FOURTI
nnd Nicholas Streets , Rev. Samuel M
Ware , Pastor Services at 10:30 : n , m. um
7:39 : p. m. ; Sunday school at noon.
SOUTHWEST CHURCH. TWENTIETI
nnd Leavonworth Streets Sundny schoa
WESTMINSTER CHURCH. TWENTY
ninth nnd Mason Streets , Rev. T. V
Moore , Pnstor Services at 10:30 : al'tn. am
7:30 : p. m , ; Sunday school at noon.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY
Eighteenth and Izard Stieets , Rev , Join
Flt7patrlck , Pastor Services. at 7 , 8 am
10:20 : n. m. and 7:30 : p. m. ; Sundny schoa
at 2:30 : p. m.
CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART
Twenty-second nnd Blnney Streets. Rev
Patrick J. Judge , Pastor ; Rev. J. Me
Namara , Assistant Pastor Services nt 't
8:30. : 9:30 : and 10:30 : a. m. ; Sundny schoa
nt 2:30 : p. m. ; week dny mass , 7 and
ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH. 4117 HAMIL
ton Street , Rev. Timothy O'Callahar
Pnstor Services nt 8 mid 10:30 : a. m. ; Sun
day school nt 9 a. m.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH , TWENTY-FIFTI
nnd Cnllfornla Streets , Rov. Joseph H
McufTels , S. J. , Pnstor Sen-Ices at B. (
7 , 8:30 : , 9:30 : and 10:30 : a. m. ; Sunday schoo
at 2:30 : p. m. ; vespers ut 3 p. m. and 7:3 :
ST. ' JOSEPH'S GERMAN CHURCH. BEV
enteenth nnd Center Streets , Rev , Mauri
tins Baukkolt. Pastor Services at 8 nn <
10:30 : a. m. ; Sundny school nt 2:20 : p. m.
ST. MARY'S MAGDALENE CHURCH. 161
Douglas Street. Rev. George J. Glaubui
Pastor Services at 8 and 10:30 : a. m. ; vcs
ST'f PHILOMENA'S CATHEDRAL. 4C
South Ninth Street , Rt. Rev. Rlchar
Scannell , Blshon : Rev. J. H. McDeyltl
Pastor ; Rev. William Kelly , Asslstnn
Pastor-Pervlces at C. 7 , 8. 9 and 10:30 : a
- M Namara , Assistant
, 7. 9 and 10:30 : a. m. : vespers at 7:30 : j
, . I m. ; Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
: ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. 1404 CASTE !
' inr Street , Rev. John T. Smith. Pastor-
I Services at 8 and 10:30 : a. m. and < :30 : ]
14 South Fourt enth Street. Rev. Joh
Vranek , Pastor Services at 8 and 10 <
m. : Sunday school nt 2 p. m , : vesper ? c
2:30 : p. m. ; work day mass nt 8:30 : n. m.
' UNITY CHURCH. SEVENTEENTH AN !
b Cats Streets , Rev. Newton M. Mam
T Minister-Study. 1621 Cass street. Service
irvjv Sundnv school at noon.
- FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIS
( Sclentlrt ) . 2153 St. Mary's Avenue-
8 rvlces at 11 n. m. , consisting of blbl
r rendlnrs nnd explanatory selections froi
the Christian B lenco text bool
i Children's Sunday school at 9:45 n. n
f ANVdnpsday fvenlmr mooting nt 8 o'clock.
- nt 10:30 : a. m. nnd 7'30 p. m. at the rooir
> . nt 114 Pouth Thlrt'onth ttrret.
1 FIRST UNIVER8ALIST CHURCH. NINI
teenth nnd Lolhrop Streets Pulpit su |
I piled temporarily ; services at 10:45 : a. n
r and 70 : p. m. : Sunday school at noon.
; CHAPEL OF THECARPENTER , SECON
nnd William Streets Services nt 9 a. n
- and 5:30 : p. m.
. CHURCH OF JF.SUS CHRIST OF LATTE
i. Day Saints Servlres Pundny nt 11 a. r
find 7:30 p. m. at KntehtR of Pyth'as hal
I North Twenty-fourth nnd Charles street
' . CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING , S
1 Now York Llf Building Services 11 a. r
t Pastor's subject , the lilble and Selene
nnd Health , with key to scripture , b
' , Rrv. Mary Baker Eddy.
. FREE METHODIST CHURCH. 17
i. South Eleventh Street , Rev. William S
( Continued. )
Adams. Pn tor Services nt 11 a. m. nnd
7:30 : p. m.i Sunday school at 9:45 : a. m.
Noi.ii. MAHA UNION MISSION. 6416
Sherman Avenue Pulpit supplied tempo
rarily ; services at 11 a. m. ; Sunday school
nt noon ,
OMAHA PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.
Labor Temple , South Seventeenth and
Douglns Streets Services nt 3 p. m.
PARK FOREST MISSION , 1110 D STREET
Services at 11 a. m.
PEOPLE'S CHURCH , 612 NORTH EIOH-
tconth Street , Rev. Charles W. Savldge ,
Pastor Services at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p.
m. : Sundny school at 2:30 : p. m.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JHSUS
Christ. Latter Day Saints. 181S North
Twenty-first Street. Rev. Pre-d A. Smith.
Pnstor Services at 9:45 : nnd 11 a. m. and
7:30 : p. m. : Sundny school nt 2:30 : p. m ,
ST. MARY'S GREEK CHURCH. NINTH
nnd tlownrd Streets , Rev , Kilns Aboud ,
Pustor Services nt 9 n. m. nnd 3 p. m.
SALVATION ARMY. DIVISION NO. 1 ,
Barracks , Seventeenth nnd Davenport
Streets Services nt 11 n. m. , 3 nnd 7:30 :
SALVATION ARMY. DIVISION NO. 2 ,
Barracks , 14J1 North Twentieth Street
Porvk'en at II n. m. , 3 nnd 8 p. m.
SWEDISH FREE MISSION CHURCH.
2709 Lenvenwcrth Street Services at 11
n. m. nnd 7:30 : p. m.
THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY , ROOMS 306.
Sheeley Block , South Fifteenth nnd How
ard S'root * pprv'rpf' nt 3:11 : n m
TEMPLE IPRAEL , 2220 HARNEY STREET
Rov. Leo Franklin , Rnbbl Services at 7:4 : :
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
Missouri Valley Rallway-
Gcnnrnl Olllces , United
Stntes Nntlonal Bank Bldg
Southwest Corner Twelftl
nnd - Farnnm Streets. Ticket Ofl ce. 1401
8:00 : pm 5:00 : ptr
A&DTuPlasC ? ± 3:00 : pm 6:00 : prr
Hastings. York , Da
vid City , Superior.
, Geneva , Exeter &
Peward 3:00 : pm 5:00 : prr
Norfolk , Vere'lgro ,
nnd Fremont 8:15 : am " 10:45 : an
Lincoln , Wnhoo & ,
Fremont 8:15 : nm * 10:45 : an
Fremont Local 8:13 : am
* Dally. Dally except Sunday. Sun
day only. ' * Dally except Saturday.
CHTCAQO''NORTH WESTern -
ern RrIIway City Tlckel
Ofllce , 1401 Farnam Street
Telephone , 661. Depot ,
Tenth and Mason Streets
tone , 629.
Special 6:40 : am . 11:56 : prt
Mo. Valley , Sioux
City , St. Paul &
Minneapolis * 6:00 : am 11:16 : prt
MIL Valley , Sioux
City 7:45 : am 9:00 : pn
Carroll , Dennlson ,
Council Blurt's . . . . 5:25 : pm 8:40 : an
Eastern Ex. , DCS
Molnes , Marshall-
town , Ccdnr Rap
ids and Chicago. . . 11:06 : am 4:10 : pn
Atlantic Flyer. Chicago
cage and East 4GG : pm 4:20 : pn
Pant Mnil. Chicago
to Omahn 3:15 : pn
Northern Expr'ss 5:25 : pm 8:40 : an
clnl 7. . . . . . . * 7:00pr : , ft-W nn
Dally. " Dally except Saturday. Dall ]
CHICAGO , ST. PAUL , MIN
neapoll * & Omaha Rallwa :
General Offices. Nebraska
Division , Fifteenth nnc
_ Webster Streets. Clt :
Ticket' Office. 1401 Fnrnam Street. Tele
phone , 661. Depot , Fifteenth and Webstei
Streets. Telephone. 1458.
Norfolk Passenger. . 6:00 : am 7:00 : pn
B I n t r , Emerson
Sioux City , Ponca ,
Hnrtlngton ana . . . .
Bloomfleid . 1:00 : pm 11:55 : an
Bloux City , Man-
knto , St. Paul & . . . .
Minneapolis . 5:43 : pm 9:10 : ar
No. 2. Twin City
Limited . 5:45 : pm
No , 1 Omaha Llm- . .
jt d . 9:10 : ar
bally. DaUy except Sunday. Sun
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
Railroad General Offices
United States Natlona
Bank Bulling , S. u. c j <
_ - ner Twelfth nnd Farnan
StreetTrleket Office , 1401 Fnrnam Street
Telephone. 561. Depot , Tenth ana Masoi
Streets. Telephone , t > 29.Leave.
Sioux City. Mar-
kato. 8t. Paul , 0:00 : am 8:40 : an
Minneapolis .6 : > pm 1) ) : i i > n
Sioux City Local. . . 7:45 am 9:00 : pn
& Qulncy Rallrond "Th
Burlington Route" Tlcke
Office. 1C02 Farnam Strcei
Telephone , 250. Dcpol
Tenth and Mason Streets
Telephone , 128.
Special 6:40 : am 4:50 : pr
1 Cliictiuu Vestlbuled
Kxnres * 5:05 : pm 8:10 : ar
Chicago Express. . . . 9:45 : am 4:15 : pr
( .hicatio & St. . . . .
I nnTR Express . . . 7:45 : pm 8:10 : ar
Pacific J'c't'n Locnl ' 11:65 : am 5:45 : pr
Fust Mail , ' 2:50 : pr
Dally. ' Dallv except Sunday.
BURLINGTON & MIS
sourt River Railroad-
"Tho Burlington Route
General Offices , N. A\
Corner Tenth and Far
nam Streets. Tlckc
Office. 1502 Farnar
. Street. Telephone. 2W
Depot , Tenth and Mason Streets. Telephon
12 $ .
Lincoln , Hastings
and McCook 8:35 : am 7:40 : pr
Lincoln , Denver.
| Colorado , Utah ,
t California. Black
Hills. Montana &
Puget Sound 4:35 : nm 4:05 : pr
Lincoln local 7:00 : pm ' 9:35 : ni
Lincoln 1-ust Mall. 2:65 : pra 11:40 : at
Denver , Colorado
Utnh. California &
Puget Sound 11:60 : pm 0:30 01
Dally. Dally excuot Sunday.
KANSAS CITY. ST. JC
seph & Council Blurt
Railroad ' | The Burling
ton Route" Ticket Offlci
1502 Farnam Street. Tc !
ephono , 250. Depot , Tent
and Mason Streets.Te
ephone , 12 $ .
Leave. Arrlv <
Knnras City Day
Express 9:06 : am 6:45 : pi
lu City Night
Express 10:15 : pm 0:30 : ai
ux jHition Flyer"
for St Joseph nnd
Bt. Louis * 4:55pm : 11:30 : ni
UNION PACIFIC - "TH ;
Overland Route" Generi
Offices , N , E. Corner Nlnt
und Farnam Streets. Clt
Ticket Office , 13U2 Farnai
Street. Telephone 310. DC
pot , Tenth and Maso
Streets. Telephone 629.Leave.
| "Tho Overland
Limited" for Den-
I vcr. Salt Lake ,
I nnd wesfrn p'ts , . 3:50 : am 4:45 : pi
' The Colorado Spe-
' clol , for Denver &
all Colorado p'ts. 11:55 : pm 4:40 : ni
; Fnst Mail Train for
Denver , bait Lake ,
Paclllc coaat and
all v.-catern points. 4:35 : pn ) :40 : ai
Lincoln. Beatrice fe
' Stromsburg Ex. . . . 8:30 : prn 12:50 : pi
1 Fremont. Columbus.
1 Norfolk. Grand
, Island and North
Platte 4:35 : prr. 4:15 : pi
Columbus Local . . . . 6 : 0 pm 9:40 : ai
1 South Omaha Local Pass Leaves , 6:16 : i
1 m. ; 7:00 : a. m. ; 9:10 : a. m. ; 3:05 : p , m. Ai
> rives , 10:30 : a m. ; 3:30 : p. m. ; G p. m.
Council Bluffs Local Leaves 6:4u : a , m
6:60 : a m. ; 7:4) : a. m. : "iiHO a. m. ; 10:20 : i
I m. ; J2-30 p. in , 2.15 p. m. ; 4:30 : p. m. ; 4 :
1 p. m. ; 4K : > D. m. ; 5:55 : p. m. ; 8:20 : p. m. A :
rives , 7:20 a. m. ; 8:25 : a. m. ; 9:10 : a. m. ; 11 ; :
n. m. ; 3:05 : p. m. ; " 3:30 : p. m. ; 4:2i : p. m
6:40 p. m. ; 6:30 : p. m. ; " 6:50 p. m. ; 9:03 p. m
, 11:55 p. m.
Dally. Dally escept Sundav.
St. Paul Railway Gil
Ticket Office , 1K04 Farnai
Street. Telephone , 2S4. Di
pot. Tenth and Maso
Streets. Telephone. 629.
- . . . Leave. Arrlv
. Express * 6:15 : pm 8:20 : a ,
9 Omaha & Chicago
< Express 11:00 : am 4:15 : pi
Sioux City and Des
9 Molnrs Exortss. , 11:00 nm 4:15 : p :
Dally. Dally escept Sunaay.
mil-UA7 TIMIC CARD.
( Continued. )
CHICAGO , HOCK ISLAND
it Pacific Itnllroad-"Thij
Great noik Island Houte. "
City Ticket omc , 1323
Fnrnani Street. Telephone
; S. Depot , Tenth and
Mason Streets. Tclephono
Des.Molnc8Loc.il. . . 7:1J : am 11:25 : am
Chicago Express . . . " 11:30 : am 8:00 : am
Chicago Fast Ex
press 5:00 : pm 1:25 : pm
Bt. Paul Fait Ex
press 6:00 : pra 11:25 : am
Lincoln , Colorado
Spring * , Denver ,
Pueblo and Wont. . 1:30 : pm 4:25 : pm
Drs Molned , llock
I tend ur..l Jhl-
caao 7:15 : pm 8:50 : pm
Color.ido Flyer 6:40 : pm 8:50 : im
Dally. Dnlley except Sunday.
OMAHA & ST. LOUIS HAIL-
rurt Omaha. Kansas City &
Eastern Railroad "The Port
Arthur Route" Ticket Ofllce
1415 Farnam Street. Tcle
phone J22. DPi'ot , Tenth and
Mason Streets. Telephone 629.
i -ave. Arrive.
Bt. Louis Cannon
Ball Bxpressi. . . . . , :60 : pm * 11:30 : am
Kansas City &
Qulncy Local 6:60 am 0:03 : pin
Kansas City Ex
press 7:45 : urn
Port Arthur Express -
press S:30 : pra
MISSOURI FACIKIC RAIL-
rend General Offices and
Tlekot Oini'o , Southeast Cor
ner 14th and Douglas Strceti
Telephone , 104 , Depot , 15th
and Webster Sts. Telephone
Leave. Arrive ,
3t. Loula-Kanjia * &
Neb. Limited 3:00 : pm 12:55 : pm
Kansas City & rit.
Louis Exprets . . . . 9:50 : pm 6:00 : am
Weeping Water . . * 6:00 : pm 9:45 : am
* Dally. * DjiUy except Sunday.
W A B A S II RAILROAD-
Tlckct Office , 1415 Parnam
Street. Telephone , 802. De
pot , Tenth and Mason
Streets. Telephone , 629.
Bt. Louis "Canon
Ball" Express . . . . 4:50 pm 11:30 am
A DISTINGUISHED PRIVILEGE.
What Happened to a Yonn * Bride on
Her WcddliiK TrJp *
It was a belated wedding trip , relates i
writer In the Ladies' Ifome Journal. Out
Journpy to my new homo In Muskoloosa ha'd
been so disagreeable that wo agreed to for
get It as speedily as possible and wbcr
Juclga Elwyn ( of course ho wasn't the Judge
then ) had to go to Now Yorkthree , month !
later to attend to an Important railroad
case I declared I wanted to sec an old mat
again ( there was not a man over 40 In
Muskaloosa ) and some houses not built yes
terday. 10 Wayne ( my husband ) said we
would call It our wedding journey.
The last stage of It found us on board the
steamboat , The Swalfcnv , which ran be
tween Albany and New York City. Wo wew
both sound asleep In the stuffy Ilftle'state
room when a sudden shock awoke us. W (
were hurled from our berths and Jumped ui
to find oureelves grasping each other as wi
tried to stand upright on the slanting floor
There -were sounds of hurrying feet and
a volco crying "Come on deck , everybody,1
and as my husband struggled Into bis boott
I tried to find my gown. Some ono callec
ns they beat a hasty tattoo on the doort
VUon't wait to dress. " and Wayne wrapped
me In my long green cloth cloak 'With Iti
many capes and graaped bis own coat , whlli
I caught up my new tan-colored beavei
bonnet and , hurriedly wo made pur way ot
It was a very dark night and the sloping
boat rose high In the air'over ' what seemci'
a bottomless abyss. A few children whlrap.
crsd at being snatched from their warm bed !
Into the chill night , but the women nil be.
haved well. They felt that woyere stud
fast on something which waa probably do
land , nnd after the first scare many wantec
to return to their state rooms to dress. That
however , was forbidden , ai there was a pos
sibility ot the boat parting amidships am
going down at almost any moment.
Aly husband waa a man to whom-peopli
Instinctively turned to consult , and the cap.
tain and he were soon attending to th <
transfer ot the passengers to the shore. Decl
hands built bonfires on the sandy beach anc
by their weird light women and chlldret
were lifted over the railings and lowerec
Into the arms of men standing below. Wher
my turn came , as the two burly men helc
mo on the outer side , I caught hold of thi
edge with a grip of , steel. I heard Wayne
gay , "Let go , Felice , " but I simply couldn't
Tbcn I beard a rough voloe say , "Hit he :
over the handa with a bit of wood , mate , '
and at the sharp pain my fingers relaxct
and ns I dropped Into the waiting armi
an ay flew my lovely bonuet , which I nevei
saw again. Mr. Elwyn tied his bandker
chief over mv mop ot curls , and my loni
coat , which waa buttoned from neck to heels
covernd mo completely.
At early dawn a steamboat came aloni
and waa hailed , and all except the cautati
and boatmen were put aboard U. Wayn <
found a seat for me on Its crowded decks
and put me In charge of a gentleman wh' '
had shaken hands with htm and made rcon
for me beside him. I did not catch his nam
before my husband left roe and went to tool
after the passengers who were less fortu
oate than oursehca.
I was only 16 , and ft was my first lotii
Journey , so when the boat ran across th
Bolne nets spread by the Long Island fisher
men , and It danced up and down , swayln
and bobbing In a way that made me imag
I no we wert > to repeat the experience of th
night before with variations , each time
started wildly to my feet. The old gentle
man , who was a. oolile-looUng man , will
the moat wonderful dark , compelling cyet
that eccmed soft , stern and Bad all at once
tried to calm me. But the experience I ha-
been through did not make It easy to cootb
. _ mc , and at last In desperation the dlgnlflc
| old gentleman drew mo down upon hi
knees , folded me tenderly In bis arms , an
i as my excitement continued talked eooth
i ingly to me until my husband returned
When ho put ua Into our carriage to drlv
j to our hotel ho kissed my hand at partin
I with the roojt charming grace In the world
1 and when Wayne told mo it was Don It
| Webster , who was worshiped by my fatho
. and 'brothers as one of the ItnraorUls re
i turned to earth , I kissed that hand my sell
and my husband always declared that
' , treated it far better thaa I did the othe
" hand ever afterward.
1 HEALTH CONDITIONS BETTEI
> Only One Death Reported Antrim
20OOO Soldier * In Over
WASHINGTON , Nov. 19. The followln
has been received at the War department :
MANILA , Nov. 10. Adjutant Goaera
Washington : Following death.t since last re
1 port : November 14 , Jay A. Smith , prlvati
1 Company O , First regiment , Ssuth Dal'oti :
; epoplcxy following malarial fever. OTIS.
Ibe War department officials say that th
; report showing such a small death rat
: among eo many soldiers la extremely gratl
. tying and indicates an Improved condl
0 tlon at Manila. That only one death shoul
occur In 20,000 soldiers In a week or te
' dan IB very surprising. The department be
lleves there hai been a great improvemer
t in the health conditions In the Philippine :
1 Quinine lioei In Free.
I ' WASHINGTON , Nov. 19. The Trcasur
department has recommended to the secre
tary of war that quinine be admitted int
, Cuba and Porto Hlco free of duty.
Under the Spanish law the duty on qul
i nine was about 118 a round. The War dc
} partment will undoubtedly concur In tb
Cause of All the Trouble at Damp Thomas
is Located i
INEFFICIENT OFFICERS RESPONSIBLE
Mffjor Glnicott lliililn thnt Pollllcnl
AppolnteeH mid Strung Drlilk Make
n Unit Cuiiililtintlun ( or IInw He-
to EiiL-onntcr In Cnmp.
OMAHA , Nov. 1. To the Editor ot The
Bee : During my temporary sojouin In
Camp Thomas , at Chlckauiaugu Park , CU. ,
I was often Impressed by the dally occur
ring events that selfish , unpatriotic politics
were exerting a baneful Inllucnce upon the
military service , health and moral lite ot
the camp. DouUlcas state politics weru
largely responsible for the selection of offi
cers made for many of the commands
many InSecd who would hnve failed to pass
an examination under a fair ten ot the civil
service * rules , or any rules ot good , com
mon sense nnd lu consequence their in
competence , misfit nnd blundering reaultca
In much Injury nnd damage to the serv
ice. Many private soldiers also were en
listed who really should not have been ac
cepted under the rules , while better ma
terial was rejected , and this , too , was van
The average American citizen Is suscep
tible of as high training In military disci
pline , culture and true soldierly bearing as
that of any nation on earth , and assuredly
Is well worthy ot the best possible disci
pline and Instruction obtainable. But wu
"cannot gather figs from thistles , " neither
should we expect to transform raw recruits
into model soldiers , or an Invincible , fight
ing array without skilled Instructors and
efficient , experienced leaders , exemplary
men of good morals and habits , thoroughly
lit and competent for the varied offices to
which they should be assigned. An army
Is a peculiar organization which requires
much skill , time and money lo equip and
perfect for active duty In the field , and
Its utility nnd efficiency depend much less
upon numbers than upon the high standard
of moral and physical excellence and dis
cipline maintained that is every ready for
duty , and never falls In its performance.
War , like many of the learned professions ,
Is an exact science and officers must be
educated and trained , for duty accordingly.
High Skill In Lender * Nccennury.
As capital Invested In railroads , factories
and commerce uses the best material anil
employs only men of' the highest skill and
expertenco to manage its affairs to the best
possible advantaga and economy , so the
great American republic wants no dudes
nor bummers to degrade or dishonor its
flag , * but patriotic men 6f heroic
mould men of skill nnd Iron will
llko Grant and Farragut , or Sher
man nnd Dowcy and kindred spirits to com
mand , to fight , to conquer , to clevato and
crown with glory the Starry Banner of Lib
erty and Human nights. Under leaders like
these Insubordination , mutinous conduct or
desertion were rare. It la a notorious fact
that , In this snappy Spanish war. many ot
our regimental officers were deplorably fresh
and' ' ignorant ot military duty , and one
of those 'daisies could\do moro damage In
our army In one day" than many wise gen
eral officers could repair In sixteen. But
why were such men appointed and , commis
sioned ? Was It to boom the hospitals and
stock the grave yards with the bonea ol
our toys ? And If not , why ? Yes , "there's
the rub , " and let the state governments
that were guilty of and responsible for such
glaring folly answer If they -can , as good
men of military skill and experience abound
la every state ofi this union.
How could good health or comfort be
expected or enjoyed In any camp where the
plainest sanitary law * ot hygiene were violated
lated dally ? Located around and bcslde thi
vile "canteen" and coon hollows , where at
abominable stench arose from the filth , gar
bage and ftlopa- from the- tents and cooks
quarters , which wcr.p thrown out promis
cuously upon the ground , and added there
with were the vasty odors from shallow
sinks untidily kept , heaps of offal from thi
corrals , and pools ot stagnant water fron
the very frequent rains , creating ser'iout
conditions In a warm climate , and whlcl
proved to M a most fruitful source ol
fevers , flies and malarial disease sufficieni
to destroy robust health and the best con
stitutions. Don't .tnts me- why the queel
Irishman "kissed hla cow , " nor why raonj
political shoulderstraps strutted a ro u rip Ir
malodorous dunghill scenes like these , toe
much absorbed In eelOsh , seductive pleas-
urea , so-calUd , to apprehend their respon <
slbllltlcs and duties , and It 'apprehending
to discharge them faithfully and con <
clentlously , neither dishonoring their vo
cation nor robbing the government by neg-
jluct of proper net-vice.
Found n Good Camp. "
One of the camps visited .by me wlm lo-
cated'upon dry , sloping "ground , sparse Urn-
her , good exposure to sunlight. The tent/
were clean and the streets wide , well swep
and cleanly. Profanity and Intompcranci
were barred and strict discipline and sanl
tary rulcn wore enforced. > Cleanliness nm
health' were In evidence everywhere. Thi
garbage and fllth were burned or removed
There was no deadly "canteen" there , bu
Instead a cleanly , well ordered Young Men'i
Christian association tent , actively engagei
In evangelistic work , and gratuitously eup
plying the soldiers with writing tables , atn
tlonery , good reading matter , etc. , am
crowds of the "boy In blue" Improved thel :
opportunity gladly. The hospital soldora hai
a case , and the guard house rarely an oc
cupant. Comparatively nn Ideal regiment , o
officers and men. intelligent , alert , wcl
clad , well drilled , well fed and well sklllftd
healthy , -contented , cheerful and hearty as i
party of picnickers. This was the One Hun
dred and Fifty-eighth Indiana regiment , U
S. V. I. , and later I learned that the Secom
Nebraska Infantry was n rival and goo <
second to the One Hundred and Fifty
eighth Indiana. America will need no bul
warks or battlements while she has "boy
In blue. " like these. Not quantity but quallt ;
that tells. Napoleon in battle was accouutei
equal to 40,000 men , lAit where Grant o
Sherman were victory never failed.
In my Judgment unwisdom In pitching
tents and bad cnre of the camps have pro
duced more needless disease and slew mor <
of our boys than Spanish sheila and bulleti
I In the fields of strife. The "canteen1' hai
afeo been a most powerful factor In demoral
' King the army and navy and detroylm
the health nnd liyee of "the boys In blue'
by hundreds and thousands. 1 thcrtfor
strongly urge and expect its speedy abol'Hor '
by congressional legislation as an abomlna
bio curse and nuisance without any re
deeming feature of good. "Wlno Is i
mocker and Btrong drink Is raging , am
whosoever Is deceived thereby la not wtee. '
Alcohol Is a poison and not a btluiulu.V. , I
Is , a paralyzc-r and a destroyer. It slmu
lates a stimulant and has successfully foolei
millions of the world's inhabitants for thou
sands . .of years. Thla IB the truth of Go <
and science , Of all men tl < 3 noUler o ;
salter should ever abstain from the use o
strong drink or tobacco and ever bo watch
fill and ready to grapple with danger b :
land or perils by sea. The tippling habl
becomes the drunkard's habit and when drei
with liquor the soldier Is an easy prey t
the gambling fiend or to the siren that simp
era and Mlnge , far worro than nho slnga
The canteen curtototally unfits men to
duty , robs the government of gooJ scrvlbe
crowds the hospitals with these who "bavi
wounds without cause , " and cumbers th
ground with needless , premature graves
In the case of officers or men when ntacnt
from duty \\HlioiU Ju t cauto , It their pay
waa cuspcndcdM'e eo absent It would
doubtless lend to reform the service. No
service , no pay.
Croirn of Cnrnrn.
DninkenncM Is the crowning curse of thi
lonio , the camp or country. There la no
sensible need for it , arid the vllo custom
continued under an old fogy Idea nnd
supers Itlon that there Is a medlcnl vnlua
n alcohol not found else * here , but sclcnct
h.n conJonmnl It for many years , * ml
oally It 1s the worst polron known , If \ \
udgo by Its dtvidlv ravages In humanity.
U use should bo strictly prohibited in thu
army and navy. The late remarkable vic
tory of Atbara lu < ho Soudan , achlevcJ
nR.iinst tremendous odds , Is a cne > In point ,
whore the cool Intrepidity and staying quail-
: lcd ot the Highland rcgtmcmts cspeclalrV ,
ind the precise and effective fire of Iho
iroops generally under General Sir Herbert
Cltchcner nearly annihilated on exceedingly
JMVO nnd dangerous enemy. The British
troops had uot tasted liquor for many
mouths and had frequently marched , under
a burning trortcnl | sun , thirty miles with
out tao'.lng water , and hence their slgnni
ability to make groggy , outatanfl and knock
out a fierce , fanatical and dc-spciato foe.
The world Is moving on , and grog waa
not lu It , when the swift , decisive , peerless
victories of Admirals Dowcy nnd Sampson
annihilated the Spanish llects , astonishing
end electrifying the \\orld , but Instead true
American patriotism and hatred of tyranny
inspired and fired the hearts and heroism
of the brave , brainy men behind the guns.
I bcltovc thnt good camp sites can bo se
lected In Chlcknmauga park to accommodate
an army ot 100,000 men , and thcro Is an
adequate supply of good water nnd plenty of
timber for fuel on the adjacent mountain
ranges. I nm glad that the government
w-ns the park of Chlckninauga ami contin
ues to improve It It Is a beautiful loca
tion for n camping ground or for picnics or
pleasure parties , and I should Judge as
healthy ns any locality In that region , pos
sibly with the exception of the plateau upon
Looltout mountain lying adjacent , where the
temperature is mild nnd healthful through
out the year. Point Lookout rises to ii
height of 2,500 feet nnd overhangs the Ten-
ncsaeo river at Moccasin bend. It was at
'his point that Fighting Joe Hooker Bcnlnd
the craggy heights nnd surprised a de
tachment of General Bragg's army. Hero a
view of seven states ot the union Is ob
tained , and hero a magnificent panorama
of beautiful scenery and landscape Is pre
sented. The scenery In Chlckntnaugx p.uk
Is flno nnd charming , grand forest trees ,
meandering creeks nnd numerous springs of
clear sparkling water , and man/ ; mounds ,
lofty monuments nnd tablets of Btono nnd
Iron marking the various battlefields where ,
lu April , 1863 , two mighty armies clashed
and fought \\lth furious , fratricidal strife ,
Urowlng the gory ground with 3.GOO of
their dead. Amid scenes llko these , hal
lowed by memories of the heroic dead ,
there Is nn omnipresent Inspiration to the
living soldiers of Camp Thomas today to
emulate their stern valor and deeds of dar
ing ; to be strong nnd quit themselves like
men , to endure hardships llko soldiers , to
remember the Maine , nnd their rlghtcoui
mission In aid of outraged , oppressed and
Yellow JoiirniilH nn < 1 Loyalty.
The patriotism and loyalty of the pros *
that would pilfer and peddta , at 2 cotitfl u
peddle , thu private plans of the govern
ment and thereby bear the news to thn
enemy and thwart the execution of warlike
movements nnd prolong the war to the un
necessary Increase of expense , sickness nnd
death , is too questionable to bo above sus
picion and 13 moat surely a criminal of
The brazen effrontery with which the
"ycllowTournalb" have atla'cked the 'admin
istration as to tbo conduct ot tbo war with
Spain U a species ot coarse , low political
cunning , ever ready to slander and llbol
anything nnd everything simply for the
temporary , nasty notoriety and the money
that la In It. The rights of every Amer
ican , under the constitution and law , art *
sacred and should not bo Injured ol-
abridged and , for the protection of charac
ter , which Is eacrod , for the preservation of
peace , \\lilcli ls prlccfesa , and for the per
petuity of Justice that must bo upheld , this
rabid running amuck of a vicious press mer
its vigorous treatment and deserves as
prompt action and swift Judgment as the
crazy career of a mad dog upon the crowded
street. Wise nnd good presidents always
select good cabinets ot assistants and ad-
vUerd. Thus did Washington , Lincoln ,
Grant , and so did McKtnloy , or why would
the people wherever ho visited crowd and
crush and ecramblo In their Intense cafier-
new to bo forever honored by a magnetic
grasp of hla manly band , or oven a glimpse
of his noble face ? But even McKlntcy and
Ills cabinet have been maligned and filan-
dercd , and for what ? Simply for dolne
their duty nobly and vcll and for fifteen
to twenty hours a day to smash saucy Spain ,
while labor union men were criticising ,
.grumbling and striking at working even
'nine ' or ten houra a day. It thcro Is an
officerIn the United States army that knows
his dutlee better or is more conscientious
In their pcifortnanco tWi Colonel J. Q.
Leo , 'assistant quartermaster general , and
chief quartermaster Department of the Gulf ,
I cannot now name him. A tireless worker ,
a kindly , prompt and energetic officer anl
a tower of strength In the army for two
eco'ro years. At the battle of Perryvlllc ,
Ky. , union eoldlcrs scrambled and Htrugglcd
to slake their thirst from a pond , the sur
face of which was largely covered by frog-
spawn and bloated carcasses of dead mulee ;
but Colonel Lee , at Camp Thomas , furnished
water filters to filter water from the clear
springs and creeks of Chlckamauga park
to eallefy the dainty tastes ot the eons of
miob warrior sires , and even ho has been the
subject ot false accusation and slanderous
attack from pompous , undignified ofllclarH ,
who sadly disgraced their epaulets so briefly-
worn In the service of a few months.
I fell confident that the searchlight of
history will fully vindicate the acts of the
administration and a grateful people will
tender their hearty thatiks and gratitude
for patriotic and heroic services rendered.
With liberty nnd humanity as the watch
word and Inspiration , victory haa been alike
honorable to our army and navy and to the
counsels of our country. 0 ! Temporal O !
Moses ! when will republics ccaso to abuse
their beat servants ? MAJOIl dLASCOTT.
FOR WESTERN VETERANS.
Survivor * of Civil Wnr Romenincrvil
liv Mir General Government.
WASHINGTON , Nov. 10. ( Special. ) Pen
sions have been issued to thu following :
Insue of November S :
Nebraska Original : John J. Fiazee. Alma ,
6. Increase : William H. German. ChappeU.
$30 to $50 ; Isaac N. Smock , Mllford , * < i to
$12 : Bennett U. Melton , Davenport , $10 to
low n Original : George Child , Nevnda , 18.
Increase : Jeremiah B. nckrrrnan , Havra. $10
to $17. ItPlstue and Additional : John A.
Johnson , Burlington. $6 to $10. Original
Widows , etc. : Sarah J. Hcwott , Fort Madi
son , 58 ; Emma C. Graham. Monona , $8.
Colorado Original : John Gibbons , Wai-
den , $3. Additional : Arnos A. Shell , Crlpplo
Creek , $4 to $6. Increase : Horatio S. Hg : >
glnu , Rocky Ford , $6 to $10. Original Wid
ows. etc. : iilcn Hardcastle. Pueblo , $8 ; Kan.
rile J. Mann , Denver , $8 ; Johanna Kief ,
Putblo $ g.
iKisue of November S :
South Dakota Increase ; Wlnflcld S. Joncu ,
Dow die. $ C to $8.
llnllraud IlnllUliiK In Idaho.
POHTLAND , Nov. 19. The Oregon Railway -
way & Navigation company has let tb *
contract for building 140 miles of railroad
from Wallula Junction up the Snake river
to Lcwlston , Idaho. Grading U now being
actively pushed both cast anil west from
I Klparla. i
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