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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TnflTKSDAY , AUGUST 19 , 1897.
SPECIAL NOTICES
iiicittn for tlirr > culittnnii
Mill IIP tuKcti until 11 ! in. ( or ilic
iinii until 8 p. 111. ( or the
mill Sinnlnjrilltlnn * .
Ailvrrtlncrx , liy rriti < < NtliiK n. iiiiin-
lirrril clii'cU , run linvo ntiHWcm nil-
ilrt-HHpil to it tiiitiilirroil idler In cnrc
f TinIlpp , Annuor * no intilrcMiFil
Mill ili-llvpri-il on iircxcnlntloit of
tlio i-licrk only.
llnln , IHc n noril flr t limrrloii )
lo n word tlivrcnftrr. > iilliliiK tnkcn
for ICMN tlinti lr > for I Inflrnt Inm-r-
tlcm. Tlu-iip nilvprtlHfiiifiitN niiiNt lie
rnti con
l SITt'ATIO.V. '
FACIAL HLBMISHKa TREATED. THOU CO. ,
J2S Chamber of Commerce. A M171 A20
U MALI : IIKM * .
CANVASBERSTO TAKIJ ORDF.RS ; N13W LINK
of work ; no henvy needs to entry aliry or
commission. C. f. Adams Co. . G2t So. ICtli SU
11 MM7
SALESMEN ltll CIOAHS , I12S A MONTH AND
pipennfs ; n\f \ firm ; pxr > erenc | unnecessary ; In
ducement * to customers. C. C. Ulrhop & Co. ,
SU IxUl . H-MH7
rnir : : SAMPLE OF HECRET or HEAUTY
Co. . 320 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED , MEN TO LEARN THE 1IARIIER
trndp ; only eight weeks reqntreil ; utendy posi
tions nnd toola Klven crnilunte * ; VVHROS and
xr Tlencp In shopi Saturdays lfr l > rp complel-
Ini ? , thin metlmd cnven two jenrn' npprentlrc-
fhlp pond fnr free catalogue. Mohler'H llnrber
Hchool 2S3 So. Clnik St. , Chicago.
WANTED. TOUNfl MAN TO ASSIST IN OF-
tlco worU ; murt IIP ntpnonrntibpr nnd tvpe-
wrltcr AiMrciw P fil , Hoc. 11-873 18
WANrTirT TWO OOOD MAflltNISTS ; MEN
uiod lo rniitract Bhnpi preferred Si ! mndnin
Iron woiks. HhcnnniUiah. lovvn. II-MSM 10 *
KXPERIEN ED Cl/yrillNfT MAN WANTED :
mn l be unort mlonmnn nnd Rivxl nlockkwper ;
onp spenklnir German preferred. Inqulro of J.
Rpder ft Co. , CrotP , Neb. 11-MS9I 20
WANTED. A DRtlOCHST. I1U\CKSM1T1I , DEN-
lift or Fhnemiiker , who nre band mn lclnns ;
cornet playnid preferred , nt OUCP. Ilex HO ,
Sterling Ni-b. 11-M918 19 *
AVAVrKll I'T.MALH IIKM * .
lee GIRLS ron AM. KINDS WORKw TO 7
neck. Canadian omee , 1M2 Donslas.
C-M338
PERFLrous HAIR REMOVED P&RMA-
ncntly True Co. , 326 Chamber of Commerce.
C M17S A2D
WANTED. A aoon COITIC ron HOTIL , ;
woman pref en oil ; permanent ponltlon ami Rood
waR/'B. / AIJrei a nt onco. Commercial Hotel , Ht.
I'aiil. Neb C 782 20 *
WANTOD , A Nunsn ainu INQUIUI : AT 116
Ro. 3nd Ave. C 8SO S3
l-'OIt HI3XT HtlKSKS.
HOt'SnS IN AM. PA UTS OP TIII2 CITY. TII15
O P D vl Cninpany , 1S05 Farnam. D SOD
jiousus. niNi\VA & co. . ics N. ISTH ST
4 oo
HOUSHS. c. A. STAIIR. K : N. Y.
D-401
OIIOIL-K HOUflnS AND COTTAQHS AMj OVKU
iho city , $3 to JJO. KMcllty , 1702 Fnniani St.
n-tm
_ _
iioi'sns WAIAACK , nno\vN riLocK. icrn
nrd DoiiGlUK. D 103
IICH'SKS. COTTAGES & STOTIHS , AM PARTS
01 clt > . Ilrennan , Lo\o Co. , 430 Paxton block.
13 101
_
MoviNn iiorsnuoLD ooonh J\ND PIANOS'
Om Vnn & Slorauc Co. , HIS Farnam. Tel. 1MO
D < 03
_
LAllOfi MST. M'CAdUE , 15TII AND
D 400
nouses , TI.ATS. OAHVIN EKOS. . 1013 FAIIN-M
D-407
FOR HUNT , BI3MIS , PAXTON IILT
. D-408
s. J. n. siinnwooo , N. Y. i.ire
B-103
O UOOM FI .M' , DOUOI.AS NI1AU 2TH. MOD-
crn , steam heat. Inquire UndquUt , 316 S. 15th
D 410
_ _ _ _
roil ur.'NT. in.KVUN P.OOM nnicK unsi-
dencp , moilern In every icspent. Steam heal
eU-ctrlo liKhl. Locotetl at the pontlnvest cornel
17th ami noiiBlas Sts. Apply to H. , w. Tinker
Superlnienrtent Hee bids. D 535
FOII TUNT , MODERN FLAT , unsr IN THD
city , In now nnvldge biillillni ; . opposite city
hall ; alfo Rood store In fcamc bnlldlnc.
John \ \ ' . Itobblns , uccnt , 180S l aniam utrect.
D-157
-
_ _ _
BTANTOnD riUCM : COTTAOHS. 0 HOOMS
S. W cor. lath and Vlnloii finest location In
city fpr business men of Ormtio and Soutl
Omahn : rcnt moderate. 204 Uee Itnllillne.
D II ! U
_
6-nOOM COTTAOn. AM. MOnnni5 | F.AWN
nnrt shade. 2124 Miami it. I ) 751
rbii ntiNT , i7\nan S-ROOM notisic. ALL
inudcru , nenr expo ltlon ground * , steam heat
rlei'tilc llKht nvriytlihiR Mint claBs : { 35.00 per
month. AV. II Iln-uell , Old N. Y. Life ,
D-M772 20
_
2 MOUnilN FLATS. ADIOININO. D AND 7
rooms , Dodsc ft 23th Bis. CJJ HCP Hide.
I ) SIM1 -
NI2\V MODIIHN 7-HOOM HOUSES FOR
rent 1' 53 , life. D MEM 19-
3Mn.\NT , IIOUSK. K' CAPITOL
nvpnu" , U--909 2f
rou UINT. FiiriNisunD noasi ; ON
fl iiKla Ave. of seven rooms , besides bath am
lanndiy : iniulrrn ; owner milil lake rent In
Iwaid If desired. Addiria P C2 , H v.
U M ! > 2J IS *
1--OH HOO.MS.
HOOMS , 1(100 ( CAPITOL AVK. K MStC 2l
3 ROOMfl. HOlUIEIvKllPlNO. lllTsa 1ITII.
onniiN IIOOMH , ONI : iii-ocic PKOM HKI
bulldlnif Aililrt i P C'1 ' , llf * II MMI M
itoojis AM > IIOAHO.
IIOOM ; UOOI1 HOAUP ; nATfJS
The Ilofe , 2020 Hainey.
F-M334-A27
ilij MCIIRIAM rillHT-CLA'HS KASIIIA
hole ) . 23th and Dod < < Sm F 090 22 *
rwsT-CL\srt noAiti ) ANU HOOMH ; HOT
wnler , hunt ; best location In city. 212 S. 2311
S ( F-7S4
_
NK'CLV KUllNIHHljn P n 0 N T iTeM SV IT I
board 2015 DouElaa , F MW7 to *
IIOOMS AND IIOAIIO , STKAM IIUATIJo ! TO
Capltul avo. F MS3S 2l
IIOOMH WITH I1OAUD , UHFCKKNCi : . 316 S
2 lh Bt F M547-21 *
Tin : ALIIANY. 2101 DOlHH.AP. FUIt. Oil UN
fur , ri > m j ilellithtfiil liwallons table lonnl
livclal tcrnw for Iraalirrn. F MS03 22 *
UTOPIA , "UJI nAVKNPcTHT BT. '
F M896 ! 0
GOOD noo.MS ; HOAUD , jsooj MODKIC
brick , central. 514 North 19th. I' MW 23 *
MISS M'Al'SLANU. VJ15 IXlUOLAH , P-MS20 S
KOU II1 < : > T I'.VFIIUM.SIIUII ' JtOOMS.
FOUU IlOOMa , E2I BO , MTH AVK.
a-7ss
roil iiuvr STIMIIJS A.M > orricus.
FOR IIKNT IN TJ1D IIUK 11UJI.DINQ ;
Ono luu'O corner roam , 2nd lluor , with > nult an
prt\ali * nillri * , iucr. etc.
Ono large front mom , 2nd ( lour , divided Into Ur
roDim li ) partition , water , etc.
OIKI lurfo corner rocin , 2nd Moor , with vault
water , etc ,
Ono frpnl room , divided by partition , tlilnl Hoar ,
One corner room with vault , third Moor.
On lurto room , third Moor , with partition dlvld
Ing li Into oim Urge room and two inulle
prlvuu roo.m , water , etc ,
Tuo Uree sround Moor roomi ulth vaulta.
Beveral mill rooms on fourth lluor , with \aulti
All th B loomi lire heated nlth itaiu. electrl
llKhiH. tiippllcd with Urn clab < Janitor rvlce
Elevator * run day and all night. UullJIni
utrlclly ( livpmof. Apply to n. W. Maker , Super
Inlt-ndenl Uoom lot. llt llulldlnc. I 19 ?
IIOOM ionouNn vunoT
onlce , Her bullillnv ; wuttr. < tcmn htat. electrl
llshl * nd janitor tenlcr. Apply to n. \ \
lUkrr. * uperlnlendent lift Ilulldln ; , I 1S7
FOII HUNT THE 4-STOUY nniCK DDILDINO
at 91 < Furnam St. ThU bulldlnx h nreproo
cement Jxitmtnt , complete itrum htatlne nz
turo ; water en nil anon , e * , tc. Apply a
the iinlee pf Th * flee I SIO
AOHVTS WA TBO.
IT 18 THUlii IT Ib TUttE : IT Id TIIU'U : WH
know Its tuld curt. Tiu Co. , Chambr o
J-MI7t AM
AOH\TS : AVA\rnn.
( Continued )
VANTIJO , AOKNTS KOIl NHW CATARnit
Inhnlerj termi free and Inhmer mailed for In-
fl ctlon. Address Dr. K. J , Worst , Axhland ,
Ohio. J M919 ZJ
\VA.\THI ) TO
IODKHN itoitsi : WITH AHOUT TUN nooMs ,
near Hanicom park. Address P 19 , Hee nMlce.
K-M5SS
. TO IUNT , TIN P.OOM nofai : m %
tween SO-40 Dodxe and Harney Btreetn. Ad-
drew P. O. box W , Omaha. K 791 20
VANTKDi TO ItKNTUOOM MODKHN
hmiK with InrKP barn ; who him one ? K. J.
Street , Hoard of Tradf. K MM7 S3
VANTI-.I ) , HOAIIO AND runNisur.D on UN-
furnlfhod roam * near Haniom Park , for wife
nnd baby of comnK-rclal traveler. Addrfu II.
J , NlcHols. 1122 Ho. 26lh St. K-012 19 *
ANTnn , 3 rt'iiNiannn IIOOMS , ON PATI-
lor or K-cond floor , for bunlncsi ; centrally lo
cated. AiMreM P 69 , ll-i office. K 91019 *
STOHAC'.n.
ACII'IO STOUAOn AND WAIIRUOUSR CO.
SOS-MO Jones. Qcncral storage and forwarding
M. VAN & STOIIAC1B. 1(13 FAHNAM. THL. 1S53
M 412
IIANK nwuiiSi nnsT STOHAOI : . 1214 HAH
ney. M 792 14
WAXTr.D TO IHTY.
1HBT PJUCn PAID 1XIH OMAHA flAVINO1 ?
bank accounts nt room Wi N. Y. Life IlulMlng.
N 2)1
M SPrOND-HANt ) WIir.RI.ft. 3 TO $10.
Omahn lllcyclc Co. , 321 N. ICtti St.
"
WE HAVE CASH CtlSTOMEUS POIl HE I ;
denciInts all over HIP oily. Sfnd us your list
nnd WP will dd thp rent. O'Nell Heal I'Ntnte
ARcncy. South Omaha. N 91B 27
FOR SALK ri
HUNITtmn COMPLETE FOII HOtlSEKEEP
liiK. with or without plnno phaeton. H h > or
trnd- . Room 17. Cr lKhton blk. O-M9M 5) ) '
FOR SAI.K linilSKS AXIJ AVAQONS.
OK SALE-OODDAP.D PHAETON , HAMMOND
t > pi-vvrlter ; Iwth rjood ns now. H , C. Pallcranh ,
Pntter on Illoclc. P 521
FOR SAI.I3 MlSCHMiAXHOUS.
SAWDUST. HULK OK SACICED-CHIHUINCJ
und hog fence. C. H. Lee. 901 Douglas.Q
Q 113
HALDNESS CURED. TIIUE CO. . 328 CHAMber -
ber of Commerce. Q M176 A20
FOII SALE , SPUING LAKE AND HESEll-
\olr Ice. Gilbert llros. , Council liluffi > . In.
Q-M711 89
PIANO USED FOUR MONTHS. STANDARD
make ; cost J500 ; inuot sell at once. 2007 Cass.
QS(3 S14
A GENUINE "AMATI" VIOLIN FOR RALE-
price JJOO.OO. Apply nt Dr. Uaetens. Iloyd's
theater , city. Q MM6 ID'
FOII SALE , A COMPLETE COURSE IN
physical cullurp by Alvls P. Swolmda , nt a
lllmral discount. Apply nt bookkeeper , Hee
tifflce : phyBlcal culture taught to men , women
and children. Q SSI 23 *
FOP. SALE. KOOO OP 6 PER CENT I1ONDS ;
Interest pajablu senil-anmially. In lUnomlna-
tlonn of JoOl each ; can Hell pirt or all ; Inter
est pild promptly nnd n Ilrst cln g InveElmont.
For full particulars address P.C1 , lloe nfflco.
Q-SS6 >
NEED MONEY ; WILL SACRIFICE ALMOST
new hlKh-grade upright piano. 1518 North 20th
Bt. Q-MS-J5
$500 KlMHALL PIANO. ALMOST NEW , FOR
sale or trade. AddrebS P 61 , Iee olllce
Q-M002 21
FOII SALE. TWO-HEADED PIG , CURIOSITY.
HDX 18C , Abhland , Neb. Q-90S 20 *
FOR SALE , 15 HEAD CHOICE IOWA MILK
cows ; call afternoon , Elkhorn yard , loth nnd
Hurt Sts , Q-alO 20
MlhCKI.LA.VEOUS.
FALLING HAIR CURED IN TEN DAYS.
Trup Co. , 32G Chamber of Commerce
R M177 A20
MASSAGE , II.VTIDs. KTO.
MADAM SMITH , 1313 DOUGLAS , MASSAGE
Dteain baths. T 7iK > 20
MRS. DR. LEON , ELECTRIC MASSAGE HATH
parlors , restful and cura'.lve. 117 S. llth , up
stairs. T-M874 22 *
VAPOR I1ATHS AND MASSAGE. MRS L. EL-
llso'i. Crounse blk. , 1st floor , roam 12.
T MD25 13
I'lillbOXAL.
RET1R1NO FACE CREAM REJUVENATES
Iho Eliln , making It as rmooth , soft and clear
ns n child's ; every wrinkle , every line and
every Indication of lime's harsh tn atmsnt
banished. True Co. , 326 Chamber of Com
merce. U M17S A 20
MME. M. TRUE WILL KE AT HER OFFICE
every nflcrnoon nnd will ctadly give her time
lo Ihosc who have herciofore been unable to
ecr her In person. 320. Chamber of Commerce.
U MlbD A-20
VIAVI FOR UTERINE TROUI1LES. 340-S DEE
nidsr. ; physician , consultation or heallh book
fiee. U 414
SECRET OF BEAUTY ; IT IS HARMLESS ; IT
will not Injure the most delicate skin. Tru
Co. , 526 Chamber of Commerce. U M167 A20
HAIR ON FACE. NECK AND ARMS. GROWTH
destroyed permanently without Injury to the
most delicate fkln. Tiue Co. , 32C Chamber ot
Commerce. U Mies A 20
HALDNE3.S , FALLING HAIR , SUPERFLUOUS
hair and fallal blrinlMioa cured True Co. ,
. ! G Chamber of Commerce. U M1C3 A 20
* . RU1TURE CURED FOR ! 5 ; UNTIL SEI
t inl > or 1 ; no pain ; no detention fiom bualnesx ;
refer to thousands of patlenln curnd : call or
write. O. E. Miller Co. , 832-8 N. Y. L. Omaha.
U-M-IIJ
LAncTlRADS. PIMPLES AND FRECKLES
fciiccpf Bfnlly treated. Tru Co. , S6 Chamber ot
Commerce. U M170 A 20
WANTEO-PARTY TO INVEST LIMITED
amount of rapltnl In repertoire iheatrlcnl rom-
puny. For particulars addresn A. U. , cure
Perkins Ilouio. PlRtlsnioulh , Neb.U
U "a 1S
nPEriFl.UOUS HAIR TRE VTMI3NT WEDNP.S.
day nnd Thursday , 18 and 19 , wllhout fall.
True Co. II M171 A20
HOMJY TO I.OA\Rli2AL I3STATK.
ANTHONY IX5AN & TItUST CO. , 316 N , Y. L ,
iiulck money at low rates for choice farm lands
In Iowa , northern Mlsourl , eastein Nebraska.
W 41G
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property. W. Farnam Smith A Co. , 1320 Farnam.
W-417
6 PER CENT MONEY ON NEB. & 1A. FARMS.
W , 1) . Mclkle , 1st National Hank Hldg. , Omaha.
W US
MONEY TO IX3AN AT LOW RATES. THE
O. F. Davlr Co. , IMS Farnam St , W 419
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property. Pui > ey & Thomas , 07 1st Nat Hk bldg.
W-4l
ON OMAHA PROPERTY : LOWEST RATES ;
building loans wanted Fidelity Trnit Co ,
CITY AND FARM LOANS. LOW HATES.
Oarvln llros. . 1C1S Farnam t , W MU1 B8
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real c tule. lircnnan , Love Co. , Paxton lllk.
W 40
RIOMSY TO LOAN CHATTLKS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS
horses , wagons , etc. . at lowest raits In clly ;
no removal of goods ; strictly confidential ; you
can pay the loan off at any time or In any
amount. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.
30t So. 16th St.
X-4U
HDSINF.SS ClIAMCKS.
WELL IJOCATHD DRUG STORE. J.tW DOWN ,
balance to suit. Elritant location for Trans-
inlnklMlppt Eipcsltlon. Addles * p 4H nee.
Y-781 20
FOR SALE. LIVERY IN COUNTY BEAT TOWN ,
doing u good buslneui ) will sell cheap. H. F ,
K eney , St. Paul , Neb. Y-M92J
tO GET IN A IjOT OF IIUBINESS ( JO TfTTT
J Olbson , 614 First National bank. Y M921
FOR SALE. AT A GREAT HAIIGAIN. COM-
plcl * tailor slock , fixtures , tools and machlnn.
Invoice , 11.SOD ; Kood location ; low rent , or may
be mnuvtxl ; wrlta or call on Bllllman & Still-
man , Bhutan llock , Council Ulurfs , la.
Y-M : < 20
FOR
WANTED TO TRADE. GOOU LOT FOR PIANO ,
AdJrrss O 48. Bee. Z Kt
TO TRADE. HORSE Oil UlOYCUi FOR
printlne. Rocin Ml , Doujl Block.
I'MII S.\I.nRK.U , KSTATK.
IIOUSK9 , LOTS , FARMS , LANDS. LOANS ,
Geo. P. liemli Real Estata Co. , Paxton Hlntfc ,
RE 431
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. FULL LOT , SOUTH ,
Omahn. ISO ) ; easy terms. 11. a Pat union ,
Pntten-or. itlock. HB 53) )
53)I I
SPLENDID COTTAGE AND LOT , NEAR 1STH
nd Cumlnc , M.500. Room 1 , Patterson HIk.
RK-M1S1 A1J
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON , CO ! 1ES ! DLDG. TM 717
HE MKO
5 ACRES CHEAP , 1H MIL1M FROM SUGAR
factory. Inquire R. 1G , Patternon block.
RlS-MltlASl
CASH FOR OMAHA SAVINOS I1AN1C AO-
counts. O. G. WnllaCF , 512 Drown Wk. _
KOUNTZE PLACE HAROAINS. ! 500 , ,750 TO
16600 ; rec photon nt Hlh find Furnam. Mnme
Uldg. J. J. Otbson , 514 First Nat. Bank BhlB.
SNAP ; 11,7V ! 1X > R TWO t.VROF. HOI'SES. AT
J7I6 nnd ' 718 N. 2Sth St. ; lot , S4x9S. J. N.
Frcnier. pp. P. O. 11E-M70J
EAST FRONT LOTS AUE VERY SCARCE IN
thp vicinity ot 25th nnd Fnrnam ; I havp a
pxnl onp nt n birgnln , on 3Jlh avmup. nwir
DixlRP. P 62 , Hep. RE 8J4
DON'T WAIT I'NTII. VALUES HAVE DOUR-
led ; KCt In on thp Rronnd tloDr v hllo theip H
vet tlmp ; comp nnd nep u * . O'Nrtl P n l
Estntp Acency. Sonlh Omahn. HE 01. , 27
1AUOAINH IN ALL PA UTS OP Tllfi CITY ;
mine nnit consult with in O'NHI'H Itpnl Ks-
late ARpncy. South Omaha. 11H 315 S7
I' YOU WANT qttlfK HirriTHNH ON' YOUR
Spilth Omilin. rc-al pslntn list It with Hie
O'Ncll Ilcnl Ujlntc Agency , South OmiUm.
Hi : 915 17
SIIOHTIIAMJ AMI TVIM5WK1TINO.
A. C. VAN SAN'T'S SCHOOL , 613 N. Y. LIFR
426
VT OMAHA HUS. COLLtJU. 16TH & DOUCJLXS.
487
.ST.VM.MKItlNC.
SCHOOL TDK STAMMUItnilS AND STUTTHU-
ITS .Julln 13. Vnuchnn , 02 N. Y Life liMK.
Mcfiod by grmleilocil exercises. Hours nftcr
10 v. in. SI3-HH'
PAW.VIHUMCIMIS.
I. MAIIOWITZ LOANS MONEY. 418 N. 1C St.
Ml-
SIDUWAMCS.
SAWED. NATUIIAL STONK. AUTIKiriAL
brick. Tel. 1CS5. W. J. WcUhan' * . 30J S. 17lli St.
CO.MMI2IICIAI , COLI.KCiKK.
FALL TIRM OM. BUS. COLLEGE OPENS
Sept. 1. Oil. and fiicclmens penmunslilp free.
1SC-A20
SIATTHMSH 11EXOVATIXO WOUKS.
MATTHESSnS , COUCHES. PAIlLOIl KUIINI-
lure to order ; repaired 1103 L avenw'h ; Tel. 159 >
TYPEWIllTnilS.
TONS OK UNEUQY WOULD HE SAVED DAILY
If every operator used tlie llslit running Dnns-
more. 1G12 Farnam St. , Omaha. S52
LOST.
LOST , TWO MAY PONIES. 1210 SO. 13TH ST.
Losl-911 SO'
LOST , AT CIIEIQIITON THEATER , TUESDAY
evonlnit , Aumiit 17 , black allk cape. Finder
please return to district court clerk's office.
Lost 913 15
MEDICAL.
LADIES ! CHICHESTEIl'S ENGLISH PIJNNY-
roynl pills ( Diamond brand ) nrc the host ; safe ,
reliable : take no other ; send 4c mumps for
particulars. "Itvller for Ladles" In letler by
return mall ; nt dniKnlsls. Clilcliester Chemi
cal Co. , Philadelphia , 1'a. Mention Dec.
" -M9I7 19-
l''imXITUHE
M. S WALKL1N , 2U1 CUM1NG ; TCI. 1331.
430
1JAXCIXG.
MOHAND'S. 1510 IIAIINRY ST. . PRIVATE LCS-
sons poclety nr since ; now ooen. 452 A-30
I'ATEXTS.
DAT'17'MTG Sues * CoAttorneys
- -
>
r A 1 JilM 1 b * -na PaUnt Ex.
Omaha , Neb. Drnnch office nt Washington.
D. C. We mnke KHEE EXAMINATIONS nnd
nld Inventors In selling their Inventions. SenJ
for free Advice nnd Patent look.
T * AITQT'f ' PS Procured oy C. A. SNOW .t
- - - - - - - -
CO. . Washington. D. c.
FREE EXAMINATION and ndvlcc. No attor
ney's fee before jmUnl. No claptrap offer of
prizes or promise of sudden neallh. but straight
forward advice and faithful service.
No. 4270.
SI3ALKD KIDS WILL HE RECEIVED AT
the olllce of the Grounds and Buildings De.
partment , TransmlstlcappI and International
Exposition , for the Machinery nnd Elec
tricity Hulldlngg , until 5 o'clock p m. ,
Wednesday. August 25 , JS9T.
Plans nnd specifications for both bulIdlnRS
on Hie In superintendent' olllce. No. G3I
Puxton block , or sets will bo furnished
contractors at cost.
F. P. KIHICENDALL ,
Mgr. Grounds nnd Hides Dept.
OFFICIAL HAIL WAY TIMII C.VIID.
xa\ei (11UIIL1NGTON ( & MO. IlIVEKJArrlveii
OmauajUnlun Depot , 10th & Mason Sts.f Uinjli-i
CSIam Denver Express 9iam :
4:3pm..Hlk HIllH. Mont & I'uget Snd Ex.4Ujpm | :
4&pm : Denver Expres * 4:05pm :
; :05pm Lincoln Local ( ex , Sunday ) 7IJj : > m
2'-'Jin | Lincoln Local ( ex. Bunda > ) ll:30am
U-avea \ ( H"TD"Ul .
OinahajUnlon Depot , JCth & Mason Sts.j Omaha
G:0jpm : Chicago Vestibule 7S5nni :
'JMSnm Chicago Express 4lipin :
7OUpm. : . .Chicago & St. Louhi Express. . . . 7Uam :
HMOain . .Pacific Junction Local G:10pm :
.Fast jlall ( ex. Bundly ) . 2:50prn
Leaves ( CHICAGO. MIL. & ST. 1'AUL.IArrlves
OmalmjUnlon Depot , 10th & Mason su. | Omaha
C:30pm : Chicago Llmlled 803om ;
11:00,1111..Chicago Express ( ex. tiundai ) . . 3:2Jum :
leaves irillCAUO & NOIITH WE
OniahajUnlon Depot , 10th & Maeon DU , | Omaha
Leaves ( CHICAGO. It. I. & PACIFIC.Arrlvcii |
OmahaUnlon | Depot. 10th & Mason sis. ) Omaha
\VEST.
li25nm..OMorado Llmlleil. ! 0ipm
Lenvi I F. E. & MO , VALLEY. lAlVlveT
Omahal Depot , )5tn & WebMer Bis. / Omaha
3.00pm Fast Mall anj Kxprest E:00pm :
3OU ; | > m. . . ( x , Hat. ) rt'yo. Kx. ( ex , Mon. ) . . , C:00pm :
7jOnmFr : < > monl I .oca I ( Sundays omyi
70 ; m Norfolk Expresn ( ex. Sun.i JO'Kam
616pm. ; . . _ . „ . . . .St. Paul Exprest ; 10am
*
Invrs I K. C. , BT. J. & C. . ( Arrive *
OmaltuUnlon | De-pot , 10th & Mason Sts. | Omaha
lWam : Kansas City Day Express ( ildpm
l .OOpm.K.C. _ Night Ex via U. P. Trans , 6:80am :
Leaves | MlBSOUIirpACIFld ; [ Arrives
Omaha ) Depot , 15th & Webnter Sts. | Omaha
J:03pm. : . .Nebr&ika & Kansas Limited..12Wnm :
; 3Spm Kansas City Express e:20am :
sioux CITY & PACIFIC :
Omaha Depot. 15th & Webster Ht . | Omaha
tl8pm : St. Paul Llmlled. . . . . . . . . . 9:10am
Leaves ! SIOUX CITY & PACIFfG fArrlvea
OmahaUnion ] Depot , loth Ic Mason St . | Omaha
S:40am : . .Bt. Paul Patnenger. . . ll10nm ;
7:3'jjin.Kloux : city Passenger , I'Ojum
. _ . . . . . , . . .St. Paul Limited. . . . . . . . . . . ; : oam
Unveu IVAliABIf I IIAHAVAYT iXrrlves
OmahulUnlon Depot , 10th & Mason Sta. | Omaha
430p.m ! . 8t. I.QUU Canon Ball . ll:3)am :
xnvc UNION "PACp ( Arrive' . "
Om hnUnlon | Depot. 10 111 & Mason Bti. | Omah
lZOam : Overland Limited 4:4Spm :
SJOpm : Ileat'ce & Sironub's Ex ( ex Sun ) , 3:50pni :
kiiimi.\3rand : Island Express ( ex Sun ) . . JW : | > m
4:05pm : . . . . Fftst Mall . . . . . . . . .lOiitom
Uruves I C. . s"lP. . , M , 4t "b. lArrlvtt
Omuha ) Depot , 15th t IVeUur Sts. I Omaha
l:00pmSioux : City Express ( ex. Sun.llS5aiu )
lK : > m . . .Sioux City Acco. ( ex. Sun. ) , . . , 8t5am :
< : H m St. Paul Limited 9:10ain :
> :80artt. : . .Sluux City Acco. ( Sun. only ? . . . , K5pm :
Arrives | OMAHA & 3T. LOt'IH n. It. ILeavra
Omaha ) Depot , 10th nd Mason till. | Omaha
10.45p.rn Qut'iuy Local , dally , t:4ftam :
HOa.n..St. Louis and New York Ltd..4SQpm :
[ < ricH\c
- Tj c
( Should be rend DAILY l > y nil Interested
ns chnnRef mny occur nt any tltnc. )
Foreign malls for the-wtek cndlntr August
21st , 1S97will close ( PROMPTLY In nil
cases ) nt the General IWIlotnce ns follows ;
1'ARCEI.S POST MAILS CLOSE ONE
HOUR KARLIKR than"oR > slng tlmo shown
below. _ _
Trniis-AllniHlfl Mnllx ,
THURSDAY-At 7 n. nu..for EUROPE , per
n. s. R lllymarck0 , vln Plymouth , Cher
bourg and Hnmlnirg.l-ltl v
SATURDAY At 7 n.M. for FRANCE.
SWITZERLAND. ITATT. SPAIN. PORT
UGAL. TURKEY , E Y1 T and 11RITISH
INDIA , per s. . La flrctngnc * ' via Havre
( letters for other parts of Europe must be
directed "per Li llretngne" ) : nt 3 n. m. for
NETHERLANDS direct , per s. B. Veen-
dam , via Rotterdam ( letters must be di
rected "per Vccndnm" ) ; nt 8 a. m , for
OKNOA. per s. s. Fulda ( letters must be
directed "per Fuhln" ) ; nt s n. m. ( supple
mentary 9CO ; a. m. ) for "EUROPE , per s. s.
Cnmpnnla * . vl > t QiiecnsHown ; at 10 n. m.
for SCOTLAND direct , prr s. s. FurneFsIa ,
vlit Olaigow ( letters must be directed "per
Furnewila" ) .
PIHNTED MATTKtl , ETC.-acrman uteamcrg
salllnit oik Tuesdays take Printed Matter , etc , ,
for Oermany. nnd Specially Addressed Printed
Matter ctr. , for other parts of Kurope. Amerl-
fan and White Stnr steamer * on Wednesday * ,
Rennan ntenmem on Thursday , nnd Cunard ,
French and German ftenmers on Saturd.iys
tnkp Printed MntUr , ttc. , for all countries for
which they nre ndvertUcd to carry mull.
After clonliiR of the Supplementary TransAtlantic -
Atlantic MH | | nameil nlKivr , nildltlonal pupilf- |
mcntary rnalln are opcnetl un the piers of the
American , English , French nnd Oerman stcnm-
n , nnd remain npcn until within Ten Mln-
utra of the hour ot palling of Mcarmr.
MnMM for .SouHi mill Onlrnl Anifrli-n ,
Wrnt Inillcn , P.tc.
THURSDAY At 2:30 : n. m. for POUT AN
TONIO per itoamer from Philadelphia.
FRIDAY-At 2:30 : n. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND. per s. s. Siberian , from Phila
delphia ; nt 10 n. m. ( supplementary 11 a.
m. ) for CENTRAL AMERICA ( oxctpt
Costa Rica nnd Nicaragua ) and SOUTH
PACIFIC POUTS , per s. s Advance , via
Colon ( letters for Guatemala must be ill-
rt-cted "per Advance" ) ; at 11 n m. for
MEXICO , per e. f. Sintn DomlnRO , via
Prosrepo nnd Vera Cni7. ( lPtter < inii ° t be
illreptoil "per Santo Dr > mlnRO" ) ; at 12 in.
for UltAZIL. per * . s. Ga'lleo , via Pernam.
buco anil Rio Janeiro ( letter * for North
1'rnzll nml La Pla'n Countries must be
directed "per Galileo" ) .
SATURDAY 10 a. m ( supplementary
10'30 a. m. ) for FORTUNE ISLAND ,
JAMAICA , SAVANtl.LA nnd NICARA
GUA. per s s. Altai ( letter. " for Costa
Rica mun be directed "per Altai" ) ; at
10 n. m ( supplementary 10:30 : n m ) for
HAITI. GONAIVES , AT'X-CAYES and
JACMEL , per P. s. Holsteln ( letters' for
Co'ta Rica must b ? directed "per Hol-
str-ln" ) : nt 10-.10 n. m. for CAMPF.CHE ,
CHIAPAS. TANA PCD and YUCATAN , per
a s. Concho ( letters for other parts of
Mexico and for Cuba mint be directed "per
Colicho" ) ; at 12 m. for GRENADA. TRIN
IDAD nnd TOHAGO per f. s Irrnvvnddv ;
nt S-30 p m. for ST. PIERRH-MIQUE-
I.ON , per steamer from North Sydney.
Mnlli for Nevfoundlaml. by rail to Hnllfnx. nnd
tlienco by ptcimT. cl < > ° c nt this office dilly nt
St.lO p. m. Mulls for Mlqnelim , by mil to llos-
ton and thencp by steamer , clu-e nt this ofllce ,
dally nt 8:30 : p. m. Malls for Ciiln ole e at this
office" rtnllv nt 7i : n is . ! nr forwarding by
Flenmein pnlllnK ( Mondnvs < ind Tliiirslnvsl from
1'nrt Tnmpa. Flu. Malls for Mexico City ,
overland , unless specially ) nddrp'swl for dip-
patch by steamer , clonrnt tins office dally at
2:3D : n m nnd 2:30 : p. in. lleitlsterod mall
closes nt C:0 : p. m. previius ijay.
MnlLi for China and Japan ( specially art-
dressed only ) , per s. 3. Empress of Japan
( from Vancouver ) , close here dally up to
Aiipust "inth nt C fO P. m. Mnlls for
China , Japan and Huwall , per ft. s. Peru
( from S'in Franplspo ) , clone here dally < ip
to August lEtb at fiP. : jp HI. Malls for tbe
Socletv Islands , per , ship Galilee ( from
San Francisco ) , closj } herp ilally up to
AuKUst 25th nt 0:30 : p. , m. .Mall" for China
nml Japan , per s.s Columbia ( from
Tncoma ) , clo o here .dally np to August
20th at G:30 : p. m. Mnllt for Hawaii , per
s. s. Australia ( from San Francisco ) , clo = e
here dally up to September 1st at fi'SO
p. m. Malls for Australia ( exoppt AVect
1 Australia ) , Jlavvall aii ( FIJI Islands , per
s. s. AoRincI ( from Vancouver ) , clo ° e here
dnllv after AUKiiPt llth nnd up to Sep
tember ; 1st at CSO : p.-nl. 'Malls for Aus-
tnilliv ( except , those for 'West Australia ,
i which nre Tonvarileil via Enfop ) , Nejv
Xenland , Hawaii. FIJI and Samonn Is
lands , per s. s. Marlposa ( from San Fran-
p | fo ) , do p herp dully"1 up to September
"llth nt 7:00 : a. m. , 11 n m. and C:30 : p. m.
( or drt arrival at New York of s. . Cam
pania with British mails for Australia. '
Trnns-Paclflc malls nro forwarded to port of
Balling dally nnd the schedule of closing In
nnanKPil on Iho presumption of their unin
terrupted overland tmnsll. Reslalered mall
closes at fi:00 : p. m , previous diy.
Postofllpp. NPW York. N. Y . August 13 , 1S97.
CORNELIUS VANCOTT , Postmaster.
AMUSEMENTS.
Another very largo and enthusiastic audl-
once greeted the Woodward Theater com
pany at the Crelfthton theater last night In
the beautiful play of "Forgiven. " Today they
will present the favorite comedy of "A Crazy
Idea. " Prey and Fields still remain favorites
in their excellent sketch. Next week the
four Angela sisters will be the special fea
ture.
For Sick lli-a.lm-lit-
Talcc Hortforil'N AHil 1'liuxitliiitr.
Dr. H. J. Wells , Nashville , Tcnn. , eays :
"It acto like a charm In all cases of sick
headache and nervous debility. "
FORCES FIRKMUIM'O POLITICS.
Ilerilinaii GIIIIIH | llt'Rri'iil to Do HlH
lrty AVork.
Another of the advantages of being a
political police commissioner has Just como
out from tbe talk of the firemen In No. 3
engine house.
Shortly after the new Board of Fire and
Police Commissioners was organized , Com-
m'.Ksloner Ilerdman secured tbe appointment
of James McQreal of the Eighth ward to a
place In tno fire department as a reward
for his political services for the Hovvell-
Hordman combination. Having placed Mc-
Grcal on the city pay roll , Mr. Ilerdman
evidently became Imbued with the Idea that
ho could use him for political purposes at
any time , McGreal happens to bo a member
of the democratic county committee and he
therefore received orders from Ilerdman last
week to see the other members of th com
mittee and use his Influence to organize them
for the expulsion of Pat Ford and K < 1 Kothery ,
McQreal spent acme time at this work to the
neglect of lil duties as a fireman , although
not with great success.
When the committee met : last Saturday ,
McUreal wea forced to njrn ! : over his proxy
as commltteeman to Will , ; Ilerdman , a
brother of the police coujmlasloner , all In the
Interest of the divorce ofiho fire depart
ment from politics. i i
LOCAL Hitnyri'iF.s. '
i > i t
The members of the Kountzo Memorial
church and congregation ; wll | hold an all-
jay ! picnic at Lake Mana\va today ,
The brick work upon the new Uurllngton
depot U well under way and the promise Is
inado that It will bo pushciJ along without
Interruption. -j ,1 ,
Two now parochial echoola will be opened
next month. Ono will bo'lu Crelghton college -
lego and the other at. St. Patrick's church ,
Fourteenth and Castcllar treets.
Mary C. Dugbee has apfjljjd for a divorce
from Orpheus C. Iugbee ) on the grounds
of cruelty and uonsupport. ' They were mar
ried In Sheridan , la. , October I , 1882.
Pater 01 , Norgard was yesterday ar
rested , for wife beating on complaint of bis
wife. The woman allegea that he assaulted
her several days ago because she broke a
couple of dishes.
W. J. Lang , who a couple of days ago was
arrested for Indecent behavior In the presence -
once of the glrlo who work In the establish
ments about the Eleventh street viaduct , WAS
convicted In police court Tuesday audoa
fined $25 and coats.
Hell Daniels ypeterday caused a war
rant to be Issued for the arrest of Mamlo
Fuller , 602 South Eighteenth street , on the
charge ot petty larceny. She alleges that
the Fuller woman confiscated her eight-day
clock for a board bill.
Iowa Conard lias applied for a divorce
from George L. Conard on the grounds of
cruelty and iioneupport. She allegea that
they were married la FalrHeld , la. , April
10 , 1888. and have one child , a girl , of
which she asks the custody.
THROUGH CARS TO SALT LAKE
Now Deal for First Olass Train Service to
the Tar West ,
FOUR ROADS LIKELY TO FORM A COMBINE
Hoi-lc Ixlnnil , Colornilo
.tllillniid niul lllo Urmulp Wcxtcrn
on Tliroiiuh Cur
from ClilciiKn.
The appearance of a new combination of
western railroads la foreshadowed. If IICBO-
tlatlocs now pending between the highest
trafllc officials of the Chicago , Milwaukee &
St. Paul and the Chicago , Hock Island &
I'aclQc railways reach a successful termina
tion , there will soon bo a new throtiKh tint )
for Ural-dors papsenRor travel from Chicago
to Salt Lake City and San Francisco. It will
be via Omaha , and will Include the follow
ing railroads : The Milwaukee , from Chicago
to Omaha ; the Hock Island , from Omaha to
Colorado Springs ; the Colorado Midland , from
Colorado Springs to Grand Junction , and the
lllo Orande Western , from Grand Junction
to Salt Lake City.
NeKotlatloim for through tourist car serv
ice for the accommodation of second-clots
travel over the new combination of roads
from Chicago to Salt Lake City have been
completed , and the contract for such service
signed. The tourist cars will bo placed in
service on Wednesday , September 1. Hut the
more Important ftature of the negotiation
the operation of a through train of flnst-class
sletpers , dining cars and library cars from
Chicago to Salt Lake City Is still under
consideration. It Is probable that arrange
ments for this service would have now been
complete hut for the unexpected absence of
W. II. Truesdale , general manager of the
Itock Inland , from Chicago.
FOLLOW NOKTHWBSTERN'S LEAD.
IJver since the Union Pacific entered Into
the contract with the Northwestern for
through train service from Chicago to Salt
Lake City other western railroads have en
deavored to plan a way In which they
might compete for through western travel
on somothluB like even terms. The short-
nes. % of the Union Pacific route has
given the Northwestern-Union Pacific
combination a prestige difficult to overcome.
At the time the Union Paclllc entered Into
the contract with the Northwestern for
through train service negotiations for the
eamo service were pending between the
Union Pacific and the Milwaukee. Since
that date the Milwaukee has been ceeklng
o western connection nnd has already given
some evidence of entering Into close rela
tions with the Hock Island's line west of the
Missouri river.
About n fortnight ago A. C. Bird , gen-
etnl trafllc manager ; George II. Ileaftord ,
general passenger and ticket agent , nnd
Fred A. Nash , general western agent , of
the Milwaukee took an extended western
trip. The object of the trip was to thor
oughly study the proposed route for the new
service between Chicago and Salt Lake
City. The party went from here to Colorado
rado Springs , and from there over the Colorado
rado Midland nnd the Rio Grande Western.
They succeeded In making favorable ar
rangements with the two scenic lines be
tween Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City.
Ono of the party on hU return enthusi
astically pronounced the scenery along the
Colorado Midland as the finest between hero
and the coast.
ONLY I'ASSnNGER BUSINESS.
Since that trip negotiations between the
Milwaukee and the Hock Island have been
carried on In Chicago , where the headquar
ters of both railways are located. General
Western Agent Nash of the Milwaukee re
turned from an Important conference on this
matter yesterday. He stated that no
agreement had yet been reached because of
the absence of General Manager Truesdale of
the Hock Island.
Humors of the move for a new western
route have been current In railroad circles
for the past few days. The fact that these
lines would put on a through tourist car
occasioned some talk , but it was not thought
that the establishment of through first-class
train service would follow. Passenger olll-
clals of both the Union Pacific and the H.
& M. railroads yesterday , when asked
their opinion about the rumor , stated that
they doubted very seriously the making of
such a compact. OIHclals of the lines inter
ested , however , are quite confident that the
proposed combination will be a go , and that
there will be another line of firat-clas train
service between Chicago and Salt Lake City
than the Northwestern-Union Pacific com
bination. They declare that the new comer
will prove a very formidable competitor to
the old established line. If the proposed
deal should be made It will not affect the
freight traffl ? , as the Milwaukee works with
the Union Pacific on western freight busi
ness.
GIU3A.T CHOPS OUT l.V XHIIHASICA.
of ( Iif Ktiiif Arc Filled to
Ovrrllo-n I UK.
C. W. Shlckley of the H. & M. land de
partment has Just returned from a trip
through the farming country adjacent to
the lines o ! the Burlington In this state.
Speaking of the Improved agricultural con
ditions existing throughout the state yes
terday , ho said : "I saw many farms near
McCook where the yield of wheat this year
would brine sufficient to buy four times
over the land on which It was raised. Tea
a less extent this might also bo said of
the crops of corn and oats , which are un
usually good , but the gicut crop of a hii-
perlor quality of wheat throughout thU
state Is the splendid feature , I was
through the farm lands of Red Willow ,
Hayes and Frontlciv counties , and saw
fine crops of wheat , corn and oats ,
and on many of the places the money re
ceived from the crops will more than pay
for the land. I was In the office of W. II.
Limilng ut Hastings the other day when
a farmer who had borrowed $3,200 came
In to Bay that his wheat crop would pay
off the Indcbtcdnchs and leave him some
money for Improvements on his farm ,
"Ono may find any number of farms
where the money received from the crops
will amount to from $100 to $300 morn than
the price of the land , As an Indication of
the Increased Interest In Nebraska farms ,
my mall has Increased several Units with
in the last mouth. In one mall yesterday
I received letters of Inquiry from eight
Pennsylvanlans who desire to Invest eoino
money In Nebraska farm lands. Their let
ters were In answer to mine of eighteen
months ago , and show that for the first time
In a long time there Is some eastern In
terest being displayed In Nebraska farm
lands , "
SANTA KG HKIMJCICS ITS HATES.
KIIIIHIIM .Shipper * Ri > t n ( 'oneeHMlon on
Important IteniH.
LYONS , Kan. , Aug. IS. The Atchlson , Topeka -
peka & Santa Fe railway has acknowledged
the justness of a claim made by the Kansas
State Hoard of Railroad commissioners of
cxhorbltant freight rates on that road and
agreed to the following reductions , to take
effect September 1 ; On agricultural Imple
ments , from Chicago and Kansas Oily , to
Lyons , Chase and Mitchell , Kan. , G centa
per 100 ponds ; on coal from common points
to Chase , 10 cents per ton ; grain , from Chase ,
Lyons and Mitchell , 1 cent per buclul to
Chicago , Kansas City and Galveaton. The
asrcement was drawn up by Vlco President
Paul Morton tor the Santa Fe , who appeared
before the board In company with General
Solicitor K. D. Kenna and General Attorney
for Kansas A. A. Hurd. The complaint bad
been filed by John Illack , a farmer , and
the board's case was argued by Samuel
Jones , a local lawyer. It Is estimated that
the grain rate reduction alone will save
Rice county farmers $26,000 on this year's
crop.
OAI.LAWAY GOI3S TO IAKIS gHOHIS.
Formally Kleeteil lo Hie Prexlilency
to Succeed Calilwell.
NEW YORK , Aug. 18. Samuel R. Calla-
way was today elected president of the Lake
Shore & Michigan Southern railway to suc
ceed the late D. W , Caldwell.
.Sfrll.-cH Southern I'nelIIu Hard ,
FRANKFORT , Ky. , Aug. 18. The Btate
Board of Valuation , DOW In ecselon , admits
that It fill carry out the Intentions to n -
eess n franchise tax. against all corporations
organized In this tatc. whether owning
property and operating hM * or not. This
eatchce tht Southern Pacific Railway com
pany for this and five yearo back find
means that the board will demand of It
D2 cents yearly on every $100 of a fr n-
chleo valued up In the millions.
llrlr
CHICAGO , Aug. 18. Passenger earnings
of the Erie- reid for the- month of July
and the first two weeks In August were the
largest for the period In the history of the
road , with the exception of the World's fajr
year.
Hiirllnutiiii Declare * n Dlvtdeiiil.
NKW YORK , Aug. 18. The directors of
the Chicago , Burlington & Qulncy rail
road have declared a quarterly dividend of
1 per cent.
Ilullunj- Note * nnd Personal * .
Horace G. Burl , third vice president of the
Northwestern system , la In the city.
Division Superintendent Hedgers of the
I ) . & M. Is In the city from Wymore , Neb.
Wilder Harding , assistant city passenger
ngont of the Missouri Pacific , has returned
from a pleasant trip to Nashville.
The B. & M , yesterday ran n special
excursion from Lincoln to Crete on account
of the iMoJcrn Woodmen picnic. It was
run In two sections. There were fourteen
cars , anJ over BOO picnickers.
The damage sustained by the railroads nt
Hot Springs by the water epout ten dajs
ago has been all repaired. The plunge
bath building , which was bidly damaged by
the storm , was opened again > esterday.
Sign painters nro at woik removing all
signs of the "Wnbash ' from 1415 Farnam
street. Trade marks of the Qulncy route
are being put up. and are explained by signs
reading : "Omaha , Kansas City & Eastern
railroad Omaha & St. Louis railroad. "
Superintendent Nichols of the V'tilon Pa
cific yesterday returned from a trip over
part of the main line. Ho Enid , that nil the
Holds along the line looked well. There were
heavy rains on Monday night at Sidney and
thereabouts. Tuesday rain was reported
between North Platte aud Sidney on the
main line and between Valley and Beatrice.
A. G. Shearman , traveling1 freight and pas
senger agdtit of the Union Pacific at Cin
cinnati. Is In the city. He reports a de
cided revival In commerce In his territory.
Tnentslx years ago Mr. Sherman was In
charge of the Union Pacific excursions Into
Kansas , aud at that t'lme acquired t > omo
property there. Ho Is going to look It over
now for th < i first time since his purchase of
It.
So many of 'the ' old soldiers who arc going
to attend the annual encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic at Buffalo are
desirous of going further east than the rail
roads ore considering the advisability of
declaring a one-fare rate from Buffalo to
New York City and return. There will
bo a meeting of general managers of Inter
ested lines In New York City today to
take action on the matter.
Saturday , September 11 Is the date set for
the first annual reunion , picnic and base
ball game of the local passenger association.
The place that will bo visited has not yet
been eclectcd , but cither Washington Lake
or LaXo Okobojl Is said to be the probable
location. The committee consists of C. S.
Carrier of the Milwaukee , J. S. McNally of
the Hock Island and George M. Clayton of
the Omaha , Kansas City & Eastern railroad
Traveling Passenger Agents Jagoo of the
West Shoie and Moles of the Nickel Plate ,
who are In the city , have joined the
recently organized Traveling Passenger
Agents' association. The grand reuulon of
the iijembers Is this year to take place at
Nashville , October 12 to H. H. B. Jagne
stake ? his reputation on the guaranty that
It will be the grandest occasion any travel
ling passenger agents ever had In this coun
try. Ono car will take the passenger solic
itors out of St. Paul , while three have been
ordered for the use of the Chicago contin
gent. The advisability of organizing a party
from Omaha Is being considered.
"They don't make much fuss aliout It. "
We are speaking of Do Witt's Little Early
Risers , the famous little pills for constipa
tion , blllous'iess and all stomach and liver
troubles. They never pHpp
.TUSTICI3 CJISTS A COAT OF PAIXT.
Dome of the Court Iloiiiwe lo He Ite-
Decorn tell.
The dome of the court house Is to be
decorated with a fresh coat of paint and the
statue of justice which surmounts the dome
will shine resplendent in a cent of gold
bronze. All this will be done before the
fetato fair and the fall festivities , a contract
for the work having been made with Henry
Lehman by the county commUsloncm.
County Commissioner Klcrstead has been
looking Into the matter of electric decorating
for the fall parades and the lights which have
heretofore outlined the dome In rather an
unsatisfactory manner will be Increased this
year by the addition of other lights , which
will give a finished and complete design out
lining the dome In llnea of fire.
Contract for Pnvliiiv Center Stroet.
The contracts with the Grant Paving com
pany for paving Center street and with Hugh
Murphy for the sandstone curbing were
drawn up by City Engineer Rosewnter yes
terday. They will he executed and ap
proved at once and both contractors are
ready to go to work on the street. The
contract with Hugh Murphy pccifles that tin
curbing must ho completed by September 23
and the Grant Paving company Is given until
November 1 to complete the paving. The
paving can bo begun as soon us one block
of curbing has been laid.
ClnlniH AcaliiHt the City.
Frank Howell and Laura Howell have
filed claims against the city for dam.ig''s
sustained by driving Into a wasnout at
Thirty-third and Boyd streets , Ati' Udt 2.
The latter claimant sustained alleged brulsts
and contusions for which tilic asks $1 000
damages , and Howell wants ? 1XO for dam
age to his horse , buggy and harness , Mrs.
Kate Shlnker wants the city to appropr'ato '
$1CO to compensate her for Injurii-s FUS-
talned on account of a fall on a defective
sidewalk nt Fifteenth and William filrcetc.
Will \ < > t Pay Time Cliockn.
City Treasurer Edwards says that ho will
be compelled to refuse to recognize the au
thority of the city council to compel him to
pay the tlmo checks Issued by the Hoard of
Public Works department. He states that
ho Is as anxious to have the laborers paid
without delay as any one , but for the rea
sons ho has previously stated , It to Impos
sible for him to pay the time checl.B with
out violating the provisions of the charter.
Sale of Heneival IloiulM ,
City Treasurer Edwards will at once begin
making arrangements to dispose of the re
newal bonds provided for In the orlumnce
which was passed by the city couacl , laut
night. The sale will bo advertised In the
local papers as well at In nno or more ru/it-
ern financial publications and circular * will
also be mailed to the leading bond-buying
firms of the large cltlrs.
LIcciiM1 Inxprclor'M Iteporl ,
The report of License Inspector McVlftle
for July Indicates that 2G9 licensed were Is
sued for which the city received $2,203 , The
receipts are somewhat less than Uey were
during the previous July , which is due to
the fact that there are only about half as
many pawn shops now as there were a
year ago ,
Do you like a dry champagne ? Try
Cook's Imperial Extra Dry ; Its flavor Is un
rivaled and It la perfectly pure ,
H Scope ,
Tlio , Omaha Law and Mercantile Reporter.
a commercial report published In this city
for the p fct Hflveral years , has extended 1U
field by adding uuch proceeding * of the
council and Board of Public Works as will
affect property. It has also added building
notes and will announce bids for public and
private buildings. This makes It a valuable
paper to property owners and general can
tractors anil material men.
Chnrri-il t lli | Slenlliiic
Rd Heacham and Henry Llchenbtrru wire
arrested last night for breaklns Into the
barn belonging to John Shelby at 1707 Pall
fornln stieet and ubftructlng therefrom a
set of harness. The pioperty was refovercd
nntJ thf men were charged with burglary ,
DRUGGED WHILE SHE SLEPT
Peculiar Cnso About Which Sovonl
Conflicting Stories Are Told ,
MRS , DIME'S SENSATIONAL EXPERIENCE
Saj" that While Alone In Her Homo ,
the PlnerWnn Vltlteil by T\\u
StraiiKC .Men , Intent
i Upon Hohliery. , j .
Mrs. Burke of 1111 South Eighth
street was found In her be l Tuesday morn *
Ing , drugged and unconscious. There Is a
injfitcry In the case which awaits solution.
Mrs. Burke Is the wife of Michael llurko ,
who handles the government malls at the
Union depot. The couple 11e In a little
cottage , located on the corner of the alley.
Across this alley Is the residence of Mr .
Mulvlhlll. Mrs. Mulvlhlll Is a chwc friend
of Mrs. Uurkc'A , and they visit each other
frequently. Tuesday morning about 7
o'clock Mrs. Mulvlhlll prepared to pay Mrs.
Burke a visit , and , glancing out of the win
dow toward her house , she was sut prised to
see all the curtains urnwn. Fearing that
the woman had overslept , Mrs. Mulvlhlll
straightway hurried over to the house. She
found the rear door unlocked nnd entered.
She saw the form of Mr. . Burke lying on
the bed and went to her side for the pin peso
of awakening her. Her shaking bad no effect
and then fche noticed n wad of cotton pressed
nga'cist ' the nostrils nnd upon the mouth of
the apparently sleeping woman. The cot
ton waa discolored , and Mrs. Mulvlhlll eamo
to the conclusion that the woman wns un
conscious.
Dr. H. B. Wilson was hurriedly
summoned and In n short tlmo
ho brought the woman back to
consciousness. Ho will not say what the
drug was tint was applied to the woman's
mouth. He stated yesterday , however , th.it
hit did not believe that the woman had been
unconscious more than an hour.
Mrs. Burke , however , nays that she was
unconscious from tin * effects of the drug'
for at least eight hours. She telates a
decidedly sensational story of the manner
In which It was applied. In a word , It Is
that a couple of burglars silenced her In
this manner In order that they might go
through the house without Interference.
Burke works at the depot from about 2
o'clock In the afternoon to about 10 o'clock
at night. Ho was therefore away from
homo when Mrs. Burke retired , shortly
after 0 o'clock. Mrs. Burke aays that she
had elcpt but n very few minutes when
she was awakened by the presence of two
men In the room. One of them was holdIng -
Ing her down on the bed , applying the cot
ton to her nostrils. She heard one tell his
companlqn to hurry up and then she lost
consciousness and did not know anything
until Mrs. Mulvlhlll hummoncd the physi
cian.
MRS. BURKE'S STRANGE STORY.
Burke did not enter the bedroom at alt
that night. He explains this by saying that
ho had had some It cubic with his wife before -
fore he went to work In the afternoon. Ho
returned homo about 10 o'clock. Ho found the
kitchen door at the elde of the bouse open ,
as It always was In order to let him In.
Ho went to the bedroom door and found It
locked. He thought lib wife bad locked It
In order to get even with him. He went teen
on outhoimo and relumed In a few minutes
and the bedroom door wns open. Ho be
lieved then that his wife had telentcd , but
ho determined to get even with her In turn
by not staying homo. Therefore be left the
house without going Into the bedroom.
The Burkes put these two stories together
to form their sensational narrative. They
state that they bcllcvo that the burglars
were In the bedroom at the time that the
husband came home. Mrs. Burke had left
the bedroom door unlocked , but the crooks
locked. It. They were dlstuFLcd wncn Burke
tried the door and left the house while ho
was In the yard , leavlnu the door open be
hind them , They also unlocked the rear
bedioom door leading to the outside , be
cause through this Mrs. Mulvlhlll entered
the houoe , although Mrs. Burke alleges that
she locked It when she went to bed.
As evidence In favor of the burglar story ,
the Burkes Instance the fact that two trunks
In the room wore forced open. The locks
were broken and the tlllo were partially out
when Mrs. Mulvlhlll entered the room. Not a
slnglo article of any description , however ,
was stolen. The Burkes say that the bur
glars were frightened away by Burke bcforo
they had a chance to take anything.
Thb Is the htory that wan yesterday related
by the Burkes. They have told others
similar to that , but very conflicting , re
garding the time of the event. When these
conflicting statements are taken In con-
noctlon with the assertion of the physician
that Mre. Burke could not have been under
the Influence ) of the drug more than an
hour the neighbors do not know what to
thlnfc about the case. As a conscquenco
there arc all sorts of rumors ulloat In Iho
neighborhood.
Burke did not tell the authorities of the
ciu > o until ho was visited , when a report of
the occurrence was recolved. Ho BOJH that
ho did not do so for fear of losing his posi
tion. He admitted that ho and his wlfo
have quarreled.
Burning , Itching skin duea&cs tnttaiitly
relieved by Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo ,
unequalled for cuts , brul&p ? , buruc. It boats
without leavlnc a scar
I'KHMINAI , PAIIACHAPIIS.
John Mourn of Dendwood Is at the Mlllard.
E. G. Potter of Minneapolis la nt the Mll
lard.
lard.F.
F. L. Randall of Kansas City Is a Barker
guest.
John Peters of Albion Is a visitor In
Omaha.
O. 3. Leltch of St. Louis U registered at
the Barker.
J. P , Scott of Red Cloud can bo found at
Iho Barker ,
C. H. Fitzgerald of Kansas City Is plop
ping at the Mllltinl.
Banker J. D. Small of Atchlson , Kan , , Is
stopping at the Barker.
O. S. O'Ncll , M. D. , of I'lnttsburg , N. Y. ,
la a guest at the Barker.
G. M. Diamond ami 0. A. Ayer ore New
York arrivals nt the Mlllard.
J , W. Welkcl and John Cooper of Boone ,
la. , are stopping at the Barker.
Mrs , J. E , Wycoff of Lincoln , III. , Li the
guoat o Mr * . W. II. Alexander.
J. M. Wall , business manager for the
Washburn circus , IB registered at the Duiker.
Benjamin Cotton ha- returned from a two
weeks' visit with his sister , Miss Ella Cot
ton , at Lake Okobojl.
J. V. Cowling. Jr. . D. L. Gardiner , C H.
Rlckctts , G. A. Austin and wlfo , C. II. Miller
and Thomas F , Losch are registered at ( ho
Mlllard from Chicago.
H , 6 , Wellcr returned from Storm Lake ,
la. , yoUerday. Mrs. Woller nnd daughters
will arrive Saturday , and will at once inovo
Into their new homo at 1907 Wlrt street.
Louis L , Troy of Chicago , miperlntcndcnt
of the railway mall service , was In the city
for a few hours yesterday , accompanied by
Iris wlfo , and stopped at the Mlllard , They
were Just returning from a trip to the coaut.
During the nftcrnron Mr. Troy held an In
formal levee at the postolllco building re
ceiving calls from a largo number of em
ployes In the railway mail service ,
Nebraskans at the hotels : J. G. Mickey ,
Oaceola ; T. 0 , Cantwell , Scotia ; Frank Shep
herd , Lincoln ; Louis Wahl , Newman Grove ;
Hey S , Slattery and H. li , O'LInn , Chadron ;
C. J. Anderson , Nellgh ; Henry N. Blake ,
Nebraska City ; B. 0. vSpellbers aud II , A.
Papo , Hooper ; F , M. Crowe , Lincoln ; II , V.
Btolley , Farnam ; Marlon Powell , Indlanola ;
F. A. Good , Cowles ; H. K. Owen and T. Kahn ,
Norfolk ; L. A. Flahor , Tdble Rock.
CASTOR ! A
For Infants and Children.

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