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THE OMATTA DAILY HEE : WEDNESDAY , SEPTEMBER 2J ) , 1807 5
BATTLE OF THE EXPERTS Medical raid Chemical Wiea Mon Hold Different Opinions. MANY APL CAIUD IN THE LUETGERT CASE IK-fcnso IMiuTN It * Flrat Hxiirrt on thu Slmi.l lie llollcil n Hoily ln ii Vat mill ( ilvcn 1 . H.LlU'MlltM. . Sept. 23. Tlio battle between thu expel Is hai begun , and from now on tlioro will bo denials thrown at the evidence of the luedlenl and chemical wlso men , who testified for the atato In the Luetgert cone. Tlio de fense put lt first witness In the cxpcit line on the stand today , and he will bu followed by a lone string of others. The wltnecs of today wen Dr. I ) . L , Knlsc , who boiled two bodies In caustic votash In thn vat In Ltict- Rcrt's raus.igo factory , and obtained results different from these who boiled bodies In caustic pota h In behalf of the state. Another witness ot thf day was Armadalc \ Opdyke , u peddler , who testified that long after thu murder H said to liavn been com mitted ho flaw Mi's. Luetgert In the neighbor hood ot Janesvllle , WIs , Witness said there wore no chance of his bring mistaken , and ho Identified thu photograph of her , which ho wag tliown In court In the most positive man ner. Two girls wore- placed on the stand i to Impeach the testimony of Emma Schlmpke , -.vlio said that slio saw Luetgert and his wlfu enter the factory on the night on which the murder Is tald to have been committed. There is < i strong probability that Mary Slomnicrlni ; will bo called upon to answer a charge of i.ierjury. In her testimony she K < tvo evidence reflecting on tlio manner In which flic had been treated by In-pector Sehaok and Assistant State's Attorney Me- Ewen before the dial , and as she gave sworn evidence on the witness stand directly con trary to the sworn evidence ho gave at the preliminary hearing , the assistant state's at torney says that hu will bring a churgu ot jierjury against her. FAMILY PHYSICIAN TESTIFIES. Tbo court proceedings opened today with the appearance upon the witness stand of Dr. Clarence Ituthcrford , the Luetgert fam ily physician. Ho testified as to Mrs. Luet- sert's physical condition , stating that she wan In fairly good health. Attorney Phalcn Inquired CH to the woman's mental con dition. Stair's Attorney Deneen objected to thu quititlon unless thu witness quail- fled as nn expert upon mental diseases. lr Hutherford could not do this nnd after Elating that ho visited the Luctgcrt family twice each month and never saw any un pleasantness in thu family lie was released from the witness stand. An Interesting witness was Armadalo Op- < lyko , a fruit vendor from near Jnnesvllle , WIs. Opdylco said on May 9 hu was In tlio vicinity ot Laku Zurich , near Janesvllle , with .1 horse ard wagon. On the night of May 1) ) ho camped out , sleeping la his wagon. In a small grove near him ho saw two women. They were lying o'i the ground and said they wuro going to remain there during the night. Opdyku bald hu carried an armful of hay from Ills wagon to thu women and they made a lied of It. The witness positively and uncon ditionally identified a phoiograph of Mrs. Luctgcrt as one of the women hu saw In the woods near Lake Zurich tha night ot May U. Opdyku said hn could not bo mistaken. Ho was absolutely sure that ono of the women v'as Mrs. Luctiert. On cross-examination he ullsgcd that his Identification was based purely upon thu resemblance of Mrs. Luot- gert'a picture. Magglo Slianghncssy of 1248 North liohoy street was put on the witness stand to strengthen thu Impeachment evidence against Emma Schlmpku. Witness was with Emma Cchlmpko and Hosa Glecch at the dance In Westlg hall , opposite Luctgcrt's sausage fac tory , the night of May 1. She said slip saw liuotgcrt In the barroom of the place Bind that she and Emma Schlmpke left the hall about 9 o'clock and went home. Consequently quently Emma Schlmpko could not have seen Luctgurt and Ma wlfo at 11 o'clock. Marcus llclnncmann added the weight of Ills testimony to that of others who have told hnw Mrs. Luetgert had frequently said she was going away from homo because Luotgort had failed. On April 28 , the witness - ness said. Mrs. Luctgcrt told him she was gokig away. FIIIST nXPEUT WITNESS. The defense Introduced Its first medical expert witness today. Dr. Uernhard L. Illcsu was called to the stand to lull of ex periments ho had made in disintegrating hnmnn bodies with a 10 per cent solution | of caustic soila or potash. Dr. Hlcso first I i experimented In the middle vat , the ono In I which the body of Mrs. Luetgert Is alleged , to have been disintegrated. He said the I first experiment was made with the body ot j I a woman live feet two Inches tall and I weighing ninety pounds. The crude potash was emptied Into the vat In thu manner Luotgert Is alleged to have placed the pot ash in thu same receptacle on May 1 nnd thu steam was turned on. Within a few mln. utcs the body was put In the vat , then the steam was turned on and the vat was covered with gunny sacks. The boiling process was continued for several hours , with the result - sult thut very llttlu of thu flesh was left. The physician described the color of the liquid. It resembled ho said , vinegar. On j 1 thu siirfucu of this liquid wns A fatty substance - I stance the twentieth part ot an Inch deep. | I The expert said that the teeth of thu subj j 1 Ject extending , from the gums wcro not In jured , but the roots of thesu teeth which i had hcqn covered by flesh weru crumbled I and in some Instances brittle. Tlio skull , i femurs und thu largo bonus of thu arms I still iciiKilned Intact , or nearly so. The ) hair almost entirely dlsuppoaTed. In the vat at thu U-glnntng of the experiment was I thrown two gold linger rings. The doctor said hn had soriio dtmculty In getting them out of the vat , as the alkali water burned lila hands , It was found that the solution i | had not affected the rings. Dr. Ulcso also testified that ho had experimented with hair pins and a corset , the latter ono from Mrs. Luetgert's wardrobe. Different kinds of r lialrplim were used. Those which wcro japanned came out of thu test minus thu Japan. Hone , celluloid nnd rubber hairpins worn trutcd and It was found that they were utterly destroyed by the solution. A hard rubber button was placed In the liquid , but It was not dititroyed. This was owing , the export explained , to Its structure. II01LS A MAN'S BODY. The sccoud experiment , with the body of ft roan , was much the same , with thu excep tion 'liat thu vat wu.s left uncovered. The firocti'.s did not require much longer , despite this fact. ' The effect ot this testimony , which , In fact , born out to a considerable degree , the claims of the prosecution , was to p tahlli > h an Important point the defense has kept In view from the beginning. Frank Oiloroiski nnd Frank Walk testified that the floor of the basement near the middle vat was cov ered with grease , which had flowed from the vat. Dr. Hlivo testified that the residue from , of the todies boiled In the vat was very Give GRIT and staying poweis to wheelmen. They key the nerves to vigorous action and permanently 1'uild up the system , making the user "all ncive" with "no nerves" Write fcrproofi of cum. AOc. ant ] jl a box. If ) our druygut hat DOI got them , tcuil lo turckn Chemical and Manufaclurliif Co , Li CIOMC , Uu. little. The fat did cot amount to over a twentieth part ot an Inch , the physician said. KWudge Vincent declared thlfl statement HutmUntlfltod the ctory ot tbo defense that Luetgert wa nuking soap In the rat and that the Rroass In tbc soap boiled over and flowed on the floor. Ida Larson , who was at the dance in Diver- ( icy hall , opposite Luotgcrt'H factory on the night of May 1 , w called to the stand to Impeach Emma Schlmpke , relative to the lat ter seeing1 Luetgcrt and bis wife- walking to- waid the factory at 11 o'clock that nlRht. She declared that Emma Schliroko was not at the hall or near It at 11 o'clock. She added also that Luctgert bought bcor for some ot the glrli who were dancing that night. Luctgcrt will probably go on the stand In hli own behalf Thursday. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablela. All drugglslfl refund the money If It falls to euro. 2Gc. roit 'run DIMIIICIIATIO ii f A | > i > IH'iitloiiH I ' ! I ril liy AlllllltlllllN 'I'olKIHlltlM. ' The lists of duplications for partlc' < xitlon In the democratic primaries were filed last night with the county central committee. The divisions In the different wards fire very flltongly marked , many sending In two and even thruo lists of proposed delegates. The lists filed at midnight when the time expired were a follows : First Ward For Miller : Fred Albrecht. Michael Shinkcr. Lew Herman , Dan lllnsr.liey. Alllo MeCann. Anton Krecck , Thomas Kirkland - land , Joseph Lang , John Mulvlhlll , K.anlt Velechovsky , Ed J. Dec. Flist Ward Compromise between Englp- iron and Todhuntcr : Owen Slavon , John Heller , John Shechnn , Anton Krecek. Joe Lang , Uubln Kulakafsky. William Neve. Jerry O'drady. John W. Hroch , William M. Hugh I , J. L. Ncble. Second Ward Compromise delegation : Adam Slot. ? ) . Max arlmmo , James D. Murphy , Thomas J. Flynn , Leo Hcrdmann , D. L. Slmnahan , John Sullivan , Jr. , Sol Korpor. Louis Iloelinie. Ted Wlrth , Frank Hynok. Third Ward For Engleman : J. H. Norton , William Kentledge , Jerry McMahon , J. Sloblsklo , Dm Lohay , Charles Schnaubcr , D. Conuyer , Henry Osthoff , John Urandt , John Ileod. Peter Ooos. Third Ward For Miller : Joseph Uurns , Gin CVircy , George Dwyer , Patrick Ford , William H. Ounsolus , William Norton , James Patterson , John Heuves , Ed Uothcry , Frank Seymour , James Shea. Fourth ward : For Miller Dan n. Honln , J. E. Ullpy. J. H. McDonald , J. J. Mahoney , J. L. lloyd , Howard Finn , Anthony Dean , C. J. Emery , Louis J. Pratto , Jerry Mulve- hill , Luclcn Stevens. Fourth Ward For Todhunter : W. J. Mount. P. H. Carey. John N. Frenzcr. F. H. Goddard , Morris Sullivan , W. S. Shoemaker , Thomas McGovorn. George ; H. Ouy. Anthony Dean , George Hoffman , F. L. Weaver. Fifth Ward For Todhuntcr J.V. . Arnold , Thomas Gentleman , John J. Fox. T. M. Morarlty , Jake Hungate , Martin Tlgho , F. H. Cosgrovo , W. J. Morrow , E. H. lUchardson , V. E. Iteagan , Paul Stein , Jr. Fifth Ward For Engleman : Henry Hau- hens , Fred Jensen , Fred H. Cosgrove , Pat Carroll. C. H. Schnltfeldt , Mike Whalen , Jol-ci E. Heagan. Martin Tighc , E. H. Hlch- ardson , John J. Fox , Hobart Williams. Fifth Ward For Miller : C. H. Hawks- worth , J. P. Dalley. Walter Molse , Dennis Carroll , William Truckey , James Leavy , Henry Haubcns , John Carr , M. Welsh , Fred Janren , William Silk. Sixth Ward C. E. Forbes , C. W. Joy , Ed Iluggro , P. L. Iteeves , N. Fleury , F. E. Droseug , William Maxwell , E. H. Link , 0. P. Thompson. M. T. Murphy , P. II. Boland. Sixth Ward For Miller : C. J. Canan , J. C. Donahue , Frank Norton , L. It. Cottrcll , E. Flury , W. T. Johnson , W. C. Chadwlck , J. U. Hunter , Charles Storz , Joseph Sherry , Dr. Whlnnery. Sixth Ward For Todhuntcr : C. E. Forbes , F. ] E. Broslus , M. T. Murphy , Charles Joy , Charles ( II. Sherman , J. F. C. Hunohr , A. L. Link. W. N. Slcvers , W. U. Goodman , J. P. Mullen , M. F. McGrevy. Seventh Ward For Miller : Ab AVagner , Charles Tracy , Charles Fanning , E. E. Howell , J. M. Schnelderwlnd , Ilonry Itohltf Alma Jackson , John T. Evans , John With- neil , Garfield Tysarczyk , John Ilynarzewskl. Seventh Ward Unlnstrticted : Dr. Lannur , Andrew Murphy , William Uonan. E. J. Green , Edison Hlch , C. L. West , Martin LMngdon , Joe Nowlcka , John M. Ons , Joseph Czerwln- skl , John Nctzel. Eighth Ward F. J. Durklcy , A. J. Smith , Charles Moyors. Fred Hnssmussen , M. McCormick - Cormick , Andy Hogan , John T. Hart , Thomas Leahy. j Dr. J. W. King , Julius Pcterscn , F. J. McArdle. Eighth Ward Frank J. Burkloy , Hans Peterson , Joseph lUntlor , C. L. Smith , I. C Doughs. Fred \Voymuller , J. A. Fltzpatrlck , J. A. White , John T. Hart , Charles Van Camp , Frank C. 'McArdle. Eighth Ward J. A. Connor. C. V. Gal lagher , Thomas Ormsby , W. Doano , W. J Claire , Frank Durkley , Thomas Leahy , Nels Severol , Thomas Sullivan , John Emerson , F Ucti'in. Ninth Ward Unlnstructed : Edmund nurke , John F. Goad , J. F. Hopper , Churchill Parker , F. II. Johnson , F. W. Simpson , Mark W. Paine , Frank P. Eaton. It. S. Mont gomery , John T. 'Hope ' , Jacob Williams. SOUTH OMAHA. The lists from South Omaha were made uj , of the following names- Flist Ward For Tcdhuntcr : H. S. Adai J. S. Gosney , J. < B. Matcher. D. S. Park- hurst. First Ward Joseph Madden , 11. B. Mont goniery. Henry Oest , Ilobert Parks. Second Ward Ed Conluy , Harry Cllngen Frank M. Crawford , Rodlo Redmond. Third Ward Thomas Costullo , William Martin. John J. Hyan , John Shannalian. Fourth Ward-OU. J. Stlllmock , Fred Ur- bach. M. H. Kelly , J. W. Broderlch. Fourth AVard Thomas Carroll , Pat Drod- erlck , Ed Doyle. \VOO1.WOIIT1I IS XOT A C.IMMIIATK ll . lK * from tin * Gold Dcmorriilli Sliil. ' Tl.'li.-l. The gold democrats arc without a candi date for supreme Judge , J. M. Woolworth , their nominee , has sent his resignation to Warren Swltzler , the chairman of the state convention , and the proper paper has been signed and sent to the secretary of state a Lincoln , which will keep Mr. Woolworth's namu oft the ticket. An effort has beet madn to have .Mr. Woolworth reconsider his resignation , and the wires between Omalm Nebraska City and Lincoln have been kepi warm for several days with that end it view. The result will not bo changed , how ever , for it Is said that ho Is linn In his determination not to allow his name to go upon thu ticket. Asked icffirdlng the matter Mr. Woolwort declined to talk other than to admit ho hai resigned. His friends say that ho Is s firmly opposed to the doctrines of the demo cratlc party as enunciated at Chicago tha ho prefers to votu with the republican straight than to occupy a middle ground , 01 thu theory that If the Chicago platform 1 wrong It should be opposed In the most uf fectlvo nunner to accomplish Us defeat. It Is announced that a delegation of leitl Ing gold democrats , headed by the late secretary rotary of agriculture , will bo In the clt Thursday , and It Is probable that a conference enco will bo hold at tlut tlmoto conslde what Is best to do In the light of Mr. Wool worth's resignation from the head of t'.i ticket. It Is too late to eall another convcn tlon , and prompt action by thu state com mltteo will bo necesiary If another name I secured for the position of supreme judge. OMAHA MiiMC.VI , COI.LIUii : Ol'K.VS .IiiilKO Wllllmii W. Ki-jHiir AiliIrcH (111StlllllMllN , The opening exercises of the Omaha Mei leal college were held lu the auditorium o Ilio college at Twelfth and Pacific strecl last evening. Judge William W. Keysor wa the speaker of the evening and entertaluc the students with narrations of college ex purlonvca and with words especially appll cubic to the medical and dental students I thrlr college lite. An Informal reception wa held after the exercises. The college opens Its seventeenth srssto with favorable prospects. During the sum mcr thu building bos been refurnished an the laboratories equipped with new appa ratus , The enrollment has Increased t about 100 In the medical department an fitly In the dental tchool. The present senlo class of thirty-two will bo the last to grad uate upon the three-year basla , a four-year course going Into effect next year lu accord irH ance with a itato law. 10SIC AT THE EXPOSITION Ixecutivo Committee Practically Decides Against Position of Musical Director. AKD.CPEGARDENER 13 TO BEGIN WORK Ir. llrlcli to lie Kci-nllril n ( OIKMo Tnkc t'liiii-Ki' of Hot-11 mil ne the ( irnunilH mill I.ujliiK UtitVnlki. . At a special meeting of tlio executive com mittee of tlic exposition yesterday afternoon halnnan Llndscy stated that ho had called lie meeting to take up the question of tha tuslo for the exposition. He called at- cntlon to the action of the conunltteo ncv- ral weeks ago In dividing the music Into wo classes , Riving the Ways and Means epartmciit charge of all music furnished for ntcrtalnmcnt and amusement for which no dmtsslon was charged , or from which no ovenuo Is to bo derived ; and giving to the Department of Concessions all music for hlch an admission la charged , such as era orlos , concerts , choruses , etc. Mr. Llndsey aid ho regarded this division as Impracttca- Ic and said ho had concluded , after a thor- ugh Investigation , that the whole business f music should bo put under one depart ment , regardless of what department might e selected. Ho advocated the election of . musical director and the organization of horuses , collections of gingers for giving ratorlos , engaging of bands and orchestras or the giving of musical performances of a ilgh nature. j Mr. Reed , to whoso department the con- ! : esslon features of the musical bureau had icon referred , took a position diametrically ipposlto that of Mr. Llndsey and maln- atned that no director was necessary , that horuses should not be attempted and that t was only necessary to employ established ituslcal organizations to furnish such entcr- alnment OH might be doslred. After 80ino discussion the whole matter vns referred to a committee consisting of 'resident Wattles and Managers Llndsey and Iced , to make a recommendation as to what should bo done with the music of the ex- losltlon. Manager KIrkrndall recommended the em ployment of Luther Sterlnger of New York Jlty , an electrician of prominence , as con sulting electrical engineer for tbe cxposl- lon. Mr. Klrkemlall explained that Mr. Sterlnger was the electrician who designed ho electrical fountains at the World's fair and who had charge of the electrical con struction at the Chicago , Atlanta and San ' "ranclsco expositions. Ho said Mr. Stcrlngcr iad consented to glvo his services In mati ng the plans for the electric lighting of : ho exposition , and lro acting In an advisory capacity during the Installation of the work , unking merely a nominal charge. After a brief discussion the matter was aid over until the regular meeting Friday of this week. It was decided that the time has arrived when the landscape engineer , Rudolph Ul- rlch , should be recalled to Omaha to take charge of the laying out of the grounds'1 and ho making of the necessary waiits , pro- mrlng for the landscape features of the ; rounds , and planting such of the orna- nenal trees , shrubs , etc. , as should be put n the ground this fall. In this same connection Manager Klrkcn- dall was authorized to employ two or three experienced men In this line to commence the work of laying out the walks and drive ways along the lines contemplated by the plans of Mr. Ulrlch , which were approved > omo tlmo ago by tlie executive commit tee. I'llCICS OX KXI'OSITIO.V GIIOL'MIS. Missouri I'nolllc GetM Inxldtlie F 'iio > . The Missouri Pacific Railway company sent lie contract for tracks on the grounds to the Department of Transportation this morn- , ng oml at the same time the work of laying ; hu tracks was commenced. The connection icross Sherman avenue on the south side ot : ho main court was completed today and th > crossing on the north side will bo put In to morrow. The tracks are all laid on the bluff tract and half way down the main court on both the north and south sldo. so the connections across Sherman avenue will allow of all the buildings now under con struction being reached with the cars of material which have been standing on the track near the bluff. The laying of the rest of the tracks will be pushed rapidly and wlli lie entirely completed within the next week. XotOM Of till * i\llOMlllOIl. Mrs. W. D. Wilson of this city has applied for fifty feet of space for the sale of souvenir wares. The Smith-Premier Typewriter company has applied for 180 feet of space for an ex hibit , and the United Typewriter Supply company of Omaha has applied for 2S8 feet of space. The Merchants' Despatch Transportation compiny wll put ono of its refrigerator cars into the Dairy building , where it will be used for the exhibition of perishable goods. The front of the car will be made of glass so that the entire Interior will ho visible and It will servo as a refrigerator , as well as being an exhibit of the car. The Otto Gas Engine company of Phila delphia has applied for ISO feet of space for an operating exhibit of Us make ot engines , Those engines will be operated by gasoline , the supply tank being burled In a concrete box several feet under ground at a point re mote from any of the buildings , where there will bo no danger from flre or explosion. Joseph Itawlcz , United States consul at Warsaw , Russia , has written H > the Depart ment of Publicity to offer his services In aid of the exposition. He says , In reply tea a letter sent him by the department , that ho has spread Information regarding the exposition about his district and has com- munloatu 1 with the editors of the leading pipers of that section , receiving their promises of co-operation and assistance. The Mines building la being pushed by Goldle & Sons u- fast as possible. The floor is being laid and the leaning mill plant IB being put Into tlio building. The floor Is finished en about onc-quurtor of the space and thu joists in the remaining portion of the building are being put In place very rapidly by a large force of men. It Is expected pocted to complete the lloor within the next two days , and work on the superstructure will be commenced at once. The piles for the foundation of the Ne braska building are being hauled on to the exposition ground and the work of driving them will bo commenced this morning. The plledrlver IB on the g'ound and Super intendent Illr.ko says ho will 'commence build Ing his carpenter shop today und will get thu lumbr and other material on the ground at ones , so as to be ready to com mence the orectlo not the State building as soon as the piles are driven. Montgomery , Ward & Co. of ChloJgo have notified the Department of Exhibits that they will commence work on their building about October 15. ThU building will bo quite an elaborate structure , designed for the enter tainment of vliltors , but aot for an exhibi tion building. The firm Ins also offered to donate to thu exposition tlio back cover page on ono of their handsomely lithographed cata logues wht.h are distributed all over the coun try by the thoumnds and especially over the west. They will allow the exposition to In sert In this space such advertising matter an It deslrca. ilr Cure of Uhriinlo Dlnrrliiirti. Mr. IClam Kelly , an oil operator of this place , wis away on business when lie took a severe diarrhoea which developed Into a chronic case. He was compelled to give up his position and como home for treatment Ho grew rapidly worse , however , until at last I Induced him to try Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After using ono little bottlu of It ho was able to bo around again and continuing ( be use of It cured him permanently 0. V. Everly. of the firm of Everly & Everly. DavUtown , Pa. , llrcuUx a I.i-K U'lillf I'luyiiiir , Fred Parrotte , a High school boy , was | taken homo yesterday afternoon with a ' broken leg. During the noon recess ho and j Ray Gould were wrestling , Gould wad | Uirowa , Parrottc falling ou top. The two MRNUFRCTU V AGRICULTURAL.IMPLEMEN 'il. CHICORY GROCERIES. LUMB iR : \ ininger & T he American ( ayer & Raapke , u Mekalf Co. Chicory Go. i : AND WHOLE3ALK DKALKRS IN drowem nncl manufacturers ot nil forms of FINE GROCERIES LUMBER Agricultvra / Implements. Chicory OmntiaO'rfmont-O'Nell , Tf AS , Spices , Tobacco nnd Cigar * . Omc * nd Yards 13th mul C.-illrornln St . nncl Carriages. Cor. 6th and Pacific Bts. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 1403-1107 Ilarncy Street- 9 Jtii/xirltr cull ? iTotbcr Itrurganltetl Crockery , China , Glassware , IHth anil Lcuvcinvorth St. Wholcsa.lt Lumber , Wagons. Drills , Buggies , Etc. Silver Plated Ware , Looking OIBPRCS , Chan Staple and Fancy Groceries Lime , Etc. deliers , Lamps , Chlmney ! < , Cutlery , Etc. , Ninth ni-d Pacific Streets. 1.110 KAHXAM ST. . ) th tuul Dotiulun St.s. IE * AND COfTLt I0\SUI5 , Etc. CREAMERY SUPPLIES H o jj- 6th and Douglas Sis. Jobbers of Farm Machinery. IMPOHTKIIS. Creamery Machinery Wngona and IJugglei - Car , Oth and Jones. and Supplies. GAS COI'-KHC HOASTK1IS Telephone 391 * Bailers , Engines , Kecu Cookers , Wood Pul AM ) JOllllINQ GHOCKUS. leys , Shutting , llcltlnc. llutter Pack Telephone 2S2. | The I. ages of ull Kinds. OILS-PAINTS . 007-P09 St COAL. HARNESS-SADDLERY Wholesale Dealers lu Agricultural Implements , j Co , WAGONS AND UUUU1HS , MANtJt'ACTUUlitS : llth nnd NlcholnsSt. Ofllco 1C05 Farnani Street. Air Floated M nfraj. Paint AMI COI.T.AKS Anil r ln' ' eir Ml Klii.N 1'iuty , Hto. ART GOODS SHERIDAN COAL. .Jobbers of I.eatlirr , AnifiHrrj ; Mtiivliriiw , l.tc. 1015 nml 1017 Jones ! U. N. Dlctz , I'mlctPtit OniiM Plot ? . Sec. & Trcs. Wotollclt yourordeis 1315 Howard St. CONFECTIONERY CIGARS HARDWARE. J. A. Morfct. Ht Vice IMOB. I. . . J. Drake , Don Mcr Picture Moldings. Mirrors , Frames , Hacking and Artists' Oneo.lne. Turpentine , Axle Oien . ntr. Omiilw llranch nml AC'iiclcsJohn II. Hutli Misr. . Materials. Ma n ufacturing Confectioners , And Jobber * of Foreign nnd Domestic Wholesale Hardware , OYSTERS BOOKBINDING , ETC Prults , Nuts , Cigars and CincUcra. -UIU llUH'.Utl ) ST Oinahn. DRY GOODS. 9 9if PAOKKHS. J.lTllUGItAl'UIXG , ICING COLE OYSTERS , 1XT1XO AX1I 1IUOK HIXniNQ. CUUHIY AND 1'OULTKY. Importers and Jobbers of Eleventh nnJ Howard StB. Wholesale Hardware. 1013 Howard St. Dry Goods Goods , Furnishing nicycles nnd Sporting Goods. 1S10-U1-23 liar- noy sttout. PAPER-WOODENWARE. BOOTS-SHOES-RUBBERS , AND NOTIONS. HATS-CAPS ' mercan DRUGS. 'arpeater Paper Printing Paper , M'frs 1 Jobbers of Foot Wear 1100 und 1111 Howard St. apping Paper , Stationery The Joaoph \YESTEIIN Banigau AOKNTfl Rubber KOIl Co. 902-906 Jackson Si. W/4TA , UAl'g , GI.Ol'KS. MITTKMi Corner itli and Iloward streets. Owners of Gate City , Peerless , Damascus nnd J. 0. RICHARDSON , 1'rcst. Transinl < ; ls > lppl lirnndi of huts. C. P. WELLE U , V. Prrat. JEWELRY F E. Bruce & Co. AVIIO1.USAI.I3 l I Rubbers and Mackintoshes. Paper and Stationery. Oiunlin , Ncli , Druggists and Stationers , Wholesale Jewelry. 20S-10-i : S. Eleventh St. "Queen Bee" Specialties , Cigars , Wliuti nnd Urciulles , loth and Ilarncy ; Omaha. Corner 10th and lliirncy Street * . \Vo can bhow you the best stock In the west. No retail. LIQUORS. Wrapping Paper , Stationery , LIQUORS.fee IVoodenwarc. Boots , Shoes and Rubbers M'frs Htanil-iril fliannao'Ullctil Prepara fee & 1107 Ilarncy Street- tions. .SjiorlnfnriHUlar I'rriturrd tu Salesrooms 1102-1104-1106 Ilnrney Street. ( Inter tirntl for HalalHuiie. l iborntory , 1112 Howiird St. , Omaha. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES. LIQUORS. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. rroprletors of AMKIIIOAX CIGAR AND QLASS WAIli : CO. SH-210 Soutli mil St. Boots , Shots , R tbbers , I@r's iin Photographic Supplies , \VIIOLESALK. . \VHOII3SAW3 AND ItUTAIL Onico and Salesroom JU5-21-23 Howard Bt , ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES East India. Bitters ] -15 Farnuiii SI. ISM Farnnm St , GoUen Shcnf l uie Hyo nml llourbon Wlil Uey. SASH D 03RS BLINDS. Willow Springs DlHtlllery , ller & Co. , 111 ! FRUIT-PRODUCE. Harnty Street. SSioe Company Wholesale Shoe Manufacturers , Western A&ents Goojyear Qlove Rubber * , WHOLESALE .V.annfnctiiror.s of 1114 Ilarncy Street. Commission Merchants. Wholesale Sash , Doors , Blinds , Etc , S. W. Corner litli and Howard Sta. 12th anil I/.ard Sts. Members of the National InKUe of Comrnls Liquor Merchants , lion Merchants of the United .States. 1001 I'liriiani Stroot- STEAM-WATER sUPl-LIES. AVHOLUSALH & Howes , RUBBER GOODS jounEus Owner ot Chief Brand Mackintoshes Fruit and Vegetables Wholesale 10M-10K. Doiiulim 9trcot. HPKCIAJ/riKS Strawberries , Applei , OranB Liquors and Cigars Mnnufacturcr.i and jobbers of Strain , ( las nnl Lemons , Cranberries. Potatoes. 1017 Howard St. , BAGS 1118 Furnam Street. Water Supplies of All Kinds. FURNITURE Pjewey J 1 in porters and Mnnnfntturcrs BAGS Furniture Go WHOLESALE I ' I ' WHOLESALE noS-iiio JJarnev St. Wines , Liquors and Cigars. South Jith Street Furniture Steam Pumps , Enginca nnd Hollers , Pint 614-16-18 Draperies Mill.HIcain 413-415 S. IStll Street. Wind - ) , HIcain nnd I'liunliliiB . .Muterlul , Ilcltlntr , Hosn , 10to. 1115-1117 Farnam Street. BAKING POWDEREXTRACTS. . TYPE FOUNDRIES. LUMBER TOYS AND FANCY GOODS. G H- Hardy 6s. Co- I - Type Foundry SYHUPS , 'Joys , Dolls , Albums nnd I WHOLESALE ! Superior Copper Mixed Type Is tht best on Mclasxes , Sorghum , etc. 1'reserres and Jellies tha market. DUMBER FANCY OOOD3. ULECTUOTYl'i : KOUNDnV. . , . /louio FurnUhlnRs , ChliJrcn'B Carriages , Etc. Alia tin cnns and Japanned ware. lilt Huuard Street , 814 South 14th St. 1319 Kurnam Hircet , boya rolled around for a. minute or two upon tlio nruensward of the cuinpus and In Kct- lliiK up I'arrotto slipped > find fell , Ills right leg doubling under lilnuSecliiK that lie was unable to stand upon his feet , several of the boys wont to I'arrotto's assistance and discovered that hW leg was badly fractured. While the the accident was a serious one , no blame was attached to Gould , on thu whole affair was a friendly nctillle. \u\v SCHOOLS roit LITTLI : OMCS. llouril uf iMiiiiiillitu IJUi1)o Kntali- INI | ! .lion * Klnil < TKnrtciiH , The committee on Jtlndergartens of the Hoard o' Education will probably recommend the establishment of five now kindergartens at the next meeting of tlm board. A reso lution providing for a kindergarten at the Forest school ua Introduced a week ago and referred to the committee , and when It Is reported back It will be with the rcconi- mondatloit that kindergartens bu also opened at the llancroft'Columbian , Clifton Hill and Saratoga tchoois. Members of the committee aeanrt that these ucw departments cau bo operated at very llttlo additional expense. They nay that there are now a number of kindergartens that have only half-day sit > slonu. Thu teach ers are paid full salary for only half tlmo and It Is proposed that these teachers shall spend the other half of thu day In teach ing the new kindergartens. Whether a still more material economy would not bo secured by dispensing with tlio serviced ot seine of the superfluous teachers and have thoae that remain teach full tlmo In the kinder gartens already In operation Is not sug gested. Arnold's Ilromo Celery cures lieadacboi. 10c , 25c and fiOc All drugclMs. Trj-hiK | o ltil | t ! Dflil , The members of the Young Women's Christian association nro making a rutUlo Just now to free the association from debt. Obligations to the amount of $750 have ac cumulated during the last threu years and a scheme has been ntarted to secure 1M pledges of J5 each , to be payable only when thu full amount lias been subscribed , and Octo ber 1 being thu limit for securing sub scriptions. The turn of flCO has been ob tained and there are only thrco day In which to complete the sum required. That Is what Is causing such a hustle on the part of the friends of the association. 1 Class work In thn association begins next Monday and an educational reception or rally will bo held that evening , at which , tlmo registration for the classes will bo In order. j The gymnasium will be opened next week , I the schedule of classes to ho announced later. I If you have ever been a llttlo child In a paroxysm of whooping cough , or If you liavo been annoyed by a constant tickling In the throat , you can appreciate the value of Ono Minute Cough Cure , which give * ! quick relief. Cur for tlu * IMrcrlom. Ira Ithoadcs , general purchasing agent of the Oregon Short Line , Is In the city en route from lioston to Salt Lake City. Ho has been east to take the handsome private car recently built at the Short Line shops for I'reildent Carr. This will bo used by the directors ) of the road In their coming trip over the Short Line , It Is expected that the olllcltl party will puss through hero la about ten days. They will travel via the Hock Island route. MlM-lH l > Clllll Oil ( lUItOllll. . L. W. Keller , a brakcman In tlio employ of the Union Pacific , was found dead on tlio track ill Clark's station at 3:30 : o'clock yester day morning. The head was severed from tha body , ono leg was off at the \\\\i \ \ \ \ and tlio body uas horribly mangled. It Is thought that lie had been dead about an hour when the body was discovered and that ho wa killed by falling off the Portland special freight tioln and being run over. Fuller leaves a ulfu and several children , all of whom live at Creston , la. Thn fxironcr wa notified und took charge of thu remain * . llnlilfii LIINI-M HIM .MIMIC ) ' . C. M. liolden , a South Omaha man , went Into the house ot Mabel Nash , i > 02 Capitol avenue , yesterday , and while under the lu- flucncu of liquor was robbed of | 10 , Tha theft was committed by Nols Allen , a negro , who has been arrested many times for ulml- lar offenses. The negro was arrestod. There are others but iiono "Just as good * as Dr. Davis * Autl-Headucua.