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- 12 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ TILE OMAITA DATLY BEE : SATURDAY , AUGUST 0 , 1898. T SCHOOL BOARD OUT OF CASH : Appropr1at1on Ehanst the Income for the Year awl Anticipate Some. ' SINKING FUND TAKES liP THE BALANCE ; Only unit InnugIt Cn..h on lIniiil to l'ro'i'ldo for the Ltt&iu Require- ineIl-TrcnNtrer'N Ounce : l'oifltJu Out Situntion. Moner brokers wm be given an oppor- I tunity to Invest In alL the school warrants that are Issued during tb remainder ot the : year , as we1 as to hold the present investment - ) mont they ha'e in the same line or city ob- ligations. Deputy City Treasurer Fead do- dares that there 'cviii not be a cent available - able for the payment of any outstanding warrants or those that are issued until the city receives the money for liquor licenses the first of the year. A use has been found for every cent on hand and for nil the rove- nun that is expected to come In during the remainder of the year. Thie condition of affairs has been brought about na a result of the action taken by the school hoard at its last meeting , in- structiog the school treasurer to set aside $20,000 as a started for a sinking fund to take up $200,000 bonds that fall due in 190S. 'There is at the present time some $10,000 in tim school fund-tho remainder of the $29,000 state school apportionment received about a week ago. When this money was received it was intended to use nh of it in taking up outstandIg warrants , which amounted to about $60,000. As a consequence - quonco warrants to that amount have been cailed In and $20,000 of them have been paid.The The action of the board , however , has called a halt upon any further payment of warrants and no more will be paid. Inns- nuch as another $10,000 wiii bavo to be laid away In order to place $20,000 in the sinking fund , and as about $11,600 additional will have to be secured to meet interest obligations - gations that tall duo on January 1 , it Is , not likely that any money will ho left over out of the revenue that will como in during the remainder of the year to take up any ! nero warrants. 1 * , The sinking fund is required by the state law , This declares that when one-halt the time for which school bonds arc Issued oc- I' pirce the school district must raise a sinking fund to take up the principal when it falls due. In ISIS $200,000 bonds were issued for school buildings. They vere to run twenty . years , so that they fall duo 1 1005. Acord- lag to the law , $20,000 must be laid away each year until the bonds mature. ' 'I This batch of bonds is the first issued by ! the city for school buildings that falls due. The entire bonded indebtedness of the district is $585,000 , but the remaining $285- 000 does not mature until 1012. I Mortnhit SintiNtleM , The following births and deaths were reported - ; ported to the health colnmis8ioner during the twenty-four hours ending at noon yesterday - day : Births-John Manier , 2630 Davenport , girl ; Frank Ilorak , Forty-second and fledick , girl. girl.DeathsMrs. Deaths-Mrs. E. P. Brown , ChappeD , 61 ! years ; 'V. II. I'ecltham , 1630 North Twenty- first. 58 years ; Albert Wilson , 812 South : Twenty-fourth , 1 month ; - Bilhy , North Omaha , eye poisoning , 1 year. Vnvlng on South Sixteenth , Contractor Murphy has completed the pay- lag of the west side of South Sixteenth etreet from the viaduct to Vinton Street. lb immediately put his force at work on the paving on the east side of the street. This is to be rushed to completion us speedIly - Ily as possible , ott Hahi Note. The city is advertising for bids for furnishing - nishing fuel and forage and for feeding prisoners during the cetning year. The bids ; will he opened by the Advisory board at Its meeting on August 17. Mayor Moores has signed the deed with ; which the city quit claims to the East ' Omaha Land company the eastern portion of the Winspear triangle in exchange for a strip of lani ( to the west. The upper half of the 5th page Is where you'll find Hayden Bros. ' ad. I CONGRESSMAN MERCER BACK Our Dave , Aceoii.ipzti.Ie.1 by VIfe and Baby , Conic , . hIOtii for the Itest of tI.e Suziiiiier. Congressman Mercer , accompanied by Mrs. Mercer and the baby , has just returned from a nine days' trip through Yeliowstone park , previous to which Mrs. Mercer had spent some time visiting friends in Mm- nesota. Mr. Mercer said ho had a pleasant trip , but Is considerably fatigued by the journey , Ito will remain in Omaha during the remainder of the summer , except for a couple of trips be niay make to Washington to look after some work in connection with the campaign by the congressional corn- zuittee. lie will go to Lincoln next Tucs- day to be on hand ( or the republican state convention , which ho will cali to order in his capacity as chairman of the state corn- snittee. Mr. Mercer said ho had met any number of neoplo during his recent absence from I the city who told him tiiey expected to visit ! the exposition during the month of Septem- bor. This , lie said , is their general vacation time , end the railroads usually get down to more favorable rates at that period of the year , and he is confident there vtil be a big attendance during the ( eli , , iZIiiM'IiIcntN , Tonight's performance , Including a mat- , bee this afternoon , will terminate the veek's engagement of the bill now at the i Trocadero , Commencing with matinee tomorrow - morrow an entireiy new hiil of specialties i 'viii be rresented and includes some of the ery best acts on the vaudeville stage. hoadc'd by Oracle Emmett and company in a hiow comedy sketch. .i r- - - - - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i SOME MOR [ XCURSIONS- Denver and return-$25,00--datiy , . Colorado Springs and return-$25,00- $ daily. . hot Springs , S. D. , and return-$16.I0 . -August 0. Ycliowitone Patk and retura-47.50-- daily , Indianapolis and return - $19.40 - August 7 and 8. Ticket OfficeNow Iejot- 1502 Farnam1 I 10th and Mason1 MORE EXCURSIONISTS COME Specini Day Attractions Ihrinu the Crou.Is front the Io- and ? ebrnsIca TfllflN. The tickets sold by the railroads showing exposition visitors several days at the cx- position ate making the crowds steadier and lessening the rush which occurred at the depots when tickets were sold for only 000 day and good on special trains. The Indian day crowds remained in the city for the most part and took in the Flower parade , helping to swell tue large attend- once. Ali the morning excursionists poured into the city from Iowa and Nebraska points , Most of the arrivals were women and many of them were heard to remark that they were Ia Omaha Tuesday to see the Flower carnival and that their desire to see it was so great they could not stay away. Lincoln and intermediate points , the southern part of the state , Fremont , Sioux City and other northern and western Nebraska points contribute - tribute to the throng. Every car headed for the exposition was weil filled with out-of-town people. 1WAhtIiO ML1aWAV1CiiIi COMPLAINT , ChLnrges of Diserimiunfinit in Favor of Minnenpolis nud St. Paul. CHICAGO , Aug. 5.-'l'he Interstate Corn- merco commission today took up the case of the Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce , which complains that Milwaukee is being injustly discriminated against in regard to freight rates from the grain districts of northwest Iowa and. South Dakota. The railways interested - terested in the case are the Chicago , Milwaukee - waukeo & S. Paul , the Chicago & Northwestern - western , the Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha , the Burlington , Cedar Rapids & Northern , the Minneapolis & St. Louis , and the Iiiinois Central. Last January the commission fixed the re- iatlvo rates for shipping grain from northwest - west Iowa and South Dakota to Minneapolis ami Milwaukee. The Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce contends that the order of the commission has been disregarded and that an excess of differential varying from ½ cent to 2 % cents per 100 pounds , has been granted in favor of Minneapolis. Attorney Burton Hanson of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul , and Attorney L. W. Bowers of the Illinois Central , argued that the rulings of the commission could not ho adopted owing to the competition of cross lines and the different methods of routing tramc. The case of the Chamber of Commerce was presented by B. P. Bacon , president at the chamber , and 0. A. Schroeder , manager of the Milwaukee freight bureau , The formal - mal complaint says "It is believed by this chamber that the moral effect of the insist- anco of the commission upon its ruling being - ing respected by the parties to the case , after a full opportunity given the defendants to show good ground if any for non-complt- anco therewith , cannot fail to be very great , and the chamber cannot believe that any carrier of reputable standing would refuse to comply with the final rulings of a body ' ' -aILUu Dy LUO government O ttio United States. " lirice 1. , hiii3 01.1. , Snithern , SPRlNGFIELD , 0. , Aug. 5.-It is stated hero on good authority that ex-Senator Brice or his agents will buy the Ohio South- era railway when it is offered for sale on August 20. It is added that this will be in pursuance of the resolution formed by Brlce several years ago to build up a big railroad system. htniIronj Notes itii.t I'CrMOnalM. Division Superintendent Reynolds of the Elkhora is in the city. General Solicitor Kelly of the Union Pacific raiiroad , and Solicitor Lambertson of the successory receivers , have returned from New York. General Manager Dickinson of the Union Pacific , accompanied by several other omcials , are now inspecting tim lines of the "Overland Route" In Kansas , F. W. homer and E. E. Homer , two old- time I3urhington conductors , are in the city , from Littie Rock , Ark. , visiting the exposi- tion. The former is accompanied by his son. Both conductors Are now with the Little Rock & Fort Smith railroad. fi. S. Jenkins , formerly traveling auditor of the Adams Express company , has been appointed acting agent of the company here. Charles Howard , the former agent , ban returned - turned to his old home in Cincinnati , lie will be missed by a wide circle of friends in railway and express circles , John Sebastia , general passenger agent of the flock Island , and B. D. Caldwehi , chairman - man of the Western Passenger aasociatIon , returned to Chicago on Thursday. They will return hero on Saturday morning to participate - pate in the conference on reduced railroad rates to the exposition. David Walker was seriously injured in an accident at the Union Pn'Iflr r.nnl vni at Lexington , down the coal chute in an empty car. The car got away from him and collided with a string of box cars standing on the track at the bottom of the chute. Walker received a compound fracture of the arm , a dislocated elbow cap and severe injuries about the body. Sunday I2cursiit to Lake Mnnavrn , The Omaha Bridge and Terminal Railway company Will run special excursion trains Sunday afternoon to connect with the Lake Manawa iine in Council IJluffs , and sell round trip tickets to Lake Manawa for 30 cents. Trains vihi leave Locust Street station. sout'lcast corner of exposition grounds , at 1:30 : , 2:30 : , 3:30 : nail 430 p. m. , returning , lviii arrive at 8:30 : , 9:30 : , 10:30 : and 11:30 : p. m , Take Sherman avenue to Locust street. Cotlugo 1)estroycci 1) ) Fire , Fire destroyed the frame building at 4315 Pacific street shortly after midnight Thura- day night , entailing a loss of $1,000 to house and contents , The building adjoining , occupied by hlnns Rnssmussen , was damaged to the etxeat of $25 by the spread of the Ilames. The building destroyed was occupied by Anthony Crowe , a street car conductor. The building would have been saved uiad it not been so far removed from the lire hydrants. It required 1,000 feet of hioo to lead a stream to the burning building , hiuoklen'i Arnicis Salve , The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts , Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , Salt Itheum , Fevet Sores , Tetter , Chapped hands , Chilblains , Corns and all Skiii Eruptions , and positively cures Piles , or no pay required , It guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction ar money refunded Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Kuhn Co. The Only ItnIlrotd to Chicago , With a daylight train , Leave Omaha 0:40 : a. in. every day , arriving Chicago the same evening at 8:15 : , when close connections arc made with all lines beyond , This train is f0 years ahead of the times and is proving ininiensely popular with Omaha people. Other ilying trains leave for Chicago at 4:55 : and 6:55 : p in. daiiy , City ticket olflce , 1401 Farpant St. , "Tho Northwestern Line , " 111.1st 1(5 hhIghiiiiicii , Stanley Day and Fritz Swanson , two young men , who are alleged to have been the prin- cipais in several hold ups and robberies , vcrc arrested near tIm South Omaha line. Fred Ocbs , a young boy. who was recentiy held up at the point of a revolver , and robbbed of $3.50 , has identified the prisoners , the Police allege , Clan Gordon picnic and caledonian games , Syndicate park , South Omaha , Saturday , Adrnissioo , 25c ; children , lOc. Come one , come miii , Alex. Gray , time famous Piper now with John Dower & Son's whisky exhibit , viil be thero. I)111) , IIEAFEY-Mrs. Julia , aged 32 ye's. Funeral Saturday morning , August4th , at 9 a , am. , from St. Joseph Uospital dilapel Interment , St. Mary's cemetery. ijii THE FIREMEN'S ' LOCKERS Thievot Rnsaok the Sleeping Rooms of No , 4 Engine Company. POLICEMAN JEPSON HEARD TIlE NOISE Stranger Etignges the Oflicer in a l'lcasnnt Conversation , lVhiie the Ilurginrs Loot the Lockers of the Absent Firemen , Almost under the very eyes of Police Officer Jepson thieves forced the lockers in the men's sleeping rooms at the station of engine company No. 4 Thursday night and stole a valuable gold watch , the property of I'ipornan Michael Tighe. The act was com- initted during the absence of the company at a fire. Only the timely return of the company saved the loss of nearly $700 , representing - resenting the men's jewelry , wages and saved money that was distributed in the several lockers. The burglars , who evidently entered the station by the front stairway , made their escape while the firemen were unhitching by knotting four sheets together , making a rope down which they climbed from a rear window , During all the time the thieves were at work Officer Jepson was standing in the room below talking with a stranger , who was evidently one of the thieves , This man's duty was to engage the officer's attention - tention while the others worked. The ofYl- cer bcntd the noise made in forcing the lockers , ho said afterward. In fact , lie asked the stranger what ho thought caused the noise and was aaswered with , "Rats , I guess , " Then in a loud voice the stranger called the omccr to his side and began explaining - plaining to him the alarm chart which hung on the wall near the door , From all the indications found in the sleeping room the thieves worked at the lockers forcing them open In turn until frightened away by the return of the fire- man. They were at work on Engineer Grant's locker , which contained a $100 watch and $40 in cash , when the firemen returned. Lieutenant McGuiro's locker was next to Grant's. It contained $150. The chisel used in forcing the lockers was secured - cured from the workshop in the rear of the station. The work is supposed to have been done by someone familiar with the habits of the Firemen and the rooms , They also know that on that day the firemen had received their month's pay ; and that the money would be found in their lockers. On the 15th page will be found the ad of the Big Store-Hayden Bros.-.flead every word of it , COLORADO AND DENVER DAYS Corn iiiissloiier Mucilonald I'roniises Exlosition MuItttui1inoi , Attend- alice on ThoBe Occasions , "Colorado will be represented at the Trans- mississippi Exposition on September 0 by its governor , its lieutenant governor , its state officials and by citizens in such numbers as will surprise everybody , " said A. T. Mao- donald of Denver , chairman of the corn- mittee having in charge the preparations for Colorado and Denver days , the latter having been set for October 20. "Wo arc expecting a very low rate and if wo get it we will have an old time Colorado crowd come to Omaha , with several bands of music and a patriotic desire to Impress people with the wonders of the state no hail from. The attendance from Colorado has not been large up to date , and this is so because we have an idea. out west that our brand of weather would make any change rather wearisome. I am told that the temperature hero has been more favorable - able than It has been in Denver. but the fact remains that our people will not leave their homes and the mountain resorts in Juno and July , From now on , however , there ivill be thousands of visitors from the west. "The westbound tourists have done much to thoroughly advertise the exposition and a very lively interest is being taken all through the state in our efforts to secure a large attendance on September 9. "Just now our horticultural and ngricul- tural display at the exposition is 'weak , but the chairman of the committee having It in charge has been in bed from injuries ro- calved In a wreck at Juleshurg while returning - turning from the opening of the exposition anti it has been impossible to got our cx- hibit hero , When It comes It vihl be a surprise and in a way excuse our tardiness. Our mining display is conceded to ho one of the very best ever made in the world and in the Liberal Arts building we furnish abundant evidence to visitors that time Can- tennial state is neither 'wild' nor 'woolly , ' "Every year we have a celebration in Denver called the Festival of Mountain and Plain and it has been set this year for October 4 , 5 and 6. The festival directors are coming hero on Colorado day and they propose to add to the entertainment of the day by furnishing some unique features. The Slaves of the Silver Serpent , an organization - ganization similar to your Ak-Sar-Ben , will also be here in force and will extend an invitation to your citizens to visit with the Coloradoans early in October , The citizens of Denver have subscribed $50,000 for the entertainment of guests in that occasion. " TWO MORE STAMP RULINGS Filing on ii Moz'tgugo floeN Not In- s'oive the 'Fax , Nor Ioes Trajis- for of a Note. Qucations concerning the now Internal revenue law flow into Omaha by the hundred in almost every mail , but the department - partmont is able to answer questions more intelligently than it was a week or so ago before definite decisions had been made on many disputed points , The question which is asked more frequently now , perhaps , than any other is whether the filing of a mortgage - gage by a register or iecorder requires a stamp. It has been held that such a filing is not a certificate , but merely a notation , and does not require any stamp , Another ruling of considerable interest to time ublie is that no stamp Is required on the transfer of promissory notes by assign- meat. Fc.Ierni Iiuiltiliig Notes , Four cars of lead ore ( corn British Comm. bin were received at the smelter yesterday. Eugene Papan , an Indian from the Omaha agency who was indicted by the last federal grand jury for selling liquor to Indians , was brought to Omaha yesterday and pleadsl guilty before Assistant United States Dts- tri t Attorney Itush , lie will be taken before - fore Judge Mungor to receive his sentence this afternoon. SUMMIOII COMI'Ii.tINT , Not flnugcrouswlsen I'roperlr 'I'rcn ted , Our baby has been continually troubled with colic and cholera infantum since his birth , end all that we could do for him ( lid not seem to give more than toporary relief , until we tried Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy , Since giv- lug that remedy lie has not been troubled. , \o want to give you this testimonial as an evidence of our gratitude , not that you need It to advertise your meritorious remedy-G. M. Law , Keokuk , Iowa. rr sale by all druggists. . Union I'aolflo , "Time Colorado Special , " Tbo Overland Limited" and "The Fast Mail" are the three magnificently equipped trains run via the Union Pacific to nil principal western points. City ticket office , 1301 Farnam street. , - J MONDAY Thtl SALI3 liriGiNs. Of AU the Inrnngel Furniture Its lime Orcimrt & % 'Iifeinm Carpet Cu , Stock , Our first floor and basement will be given over to tliia greatest of all fIre sales. Hundreds - dreds of pieces of furniture of all descriptions - tions representing thousands of dollars incest cost will be slaughtered so ns to cioso it out quickly. If you come early Monday you will have first choice from the grandest lot of furniture - ture ever put on the Omaha market , Many of the pieces are not damaged at all-some only slightly damaged-others badly darn- aged , but it has all been lirlced regardless and many are the bargains to be picked up in this fire solo. Monday morning the sale will start and continue until all are soid. ORCHARD & WILHELM CARI'ET CO. , 1414-16-18 Douglas. HAWAIIAN COMMISSION GOING President ifliey5 Committee for the Consmimmmutntiou of Aunexa- unit on Its Way. The Hawaiian commission , composed of Senator Culiom of Illinois , Senator Morgan of Alabama , and Congressman Ifltt of liii- nois , arrived in Omaha ycsterday on the Northwestern and after a wait of a few minutes , started for the coast on the Union Pacific , leaving the Omaha station about 0 o'clock , " \Vo expect to arrive in Honolulu about tim 17th , " said Senator Morgan in reply to a question concerning the commission's trip , "and we 'will remain in the island some time studying time government , custonms and needs of ( ho people , Of course our work vlil be merely of an advisory nature , and it is our purpose to gather all information possible - siblo and set the condition as clearly as possible - siblo before congress. I have been in Hawnii heforo and know what a delightful time we shalt have there. The island Is beautiful and the climate is nil that could be wished for. Our mission is very different from what it would be if we were to be sent on a. similar trip to Porto Rico , Cuba or ( ho Philippines. In Hawaii there Is a govern- meat established which is strong and has the entire confidence of the Ieople , and it is not a question of planning hew to sdbdue ( ho island , but only how to bring it into harmony with the government of the United States , " Senator Cullomn Is accompanied by Mrs. Cullonl , his daughter , Mrs. William Barrett Ridgley , and his stenographer , J , Castle Itidgeway. Senator Morgan is nccompa- nied by his son , George W. , and a private secretary , Mrs. Hitt and her two sons accompany - company Congressman Ilitt , The other members of the party are : D. A. flay , dis- busing omeor ; Albert 5 , Berry , sergeant-at- arms and M.V Blurnenburg , stenographer. A Clever 'I'rlck , It certainly looks like it , but there is really no trick about it. Anybody can try it who has Lame Back and Weak Kidneys , Malaria or nervous troubles. We mean he can cure himself right away by taking Electric Bitters. This medicine tones up the whole system , acts as a stimulant to Liver and Kidneys , is a blood purifier and nerve tonic. It cures Constipation , Head- ache. Fainting Spells , Sleeplessness and Melancholy , It Is purely vegetable , a mild laxative , and restores the nystcin to its natural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be convinced that they are a miracle worker. Every bottle guaranteed. Only SOc a bottle at Kuhn & Co's. SUN SHINES ON WAVING CORNBread Broad Acres of Xehrnskn Ihnthe iii Floods of Life Givimmj Light , l'roiiilsimig ilicJi. The railroad weather reports show clear , bright weather along all of the lines in Nebraska. The Burlington reports a little rain at Edgemont , S. D , , oa Thursday night , hut throughaut most of the western country the weather is clear , and the sun is bringing out the crops that were well watered during the early part of the week. The freight inca report that scarcely any corn or other grain Is moving now , and because - cause of this fact the general freight situa- ( Ion is quite slack. But great things are expected shortly. Said General Freight Agent Wood of the Union Pacific : "The farmers along our line are too busy now in their own fields to haul out their con : and other grain for shipment , Another reason , and a more potent one , perhaps , for their holding hack the corn , is that they want to wait and see what this year's crop is going to be before they let go of their old corn. The prospects arc that there will be a good corn crop , and a splendid crop of wheat. l3oth the acreage and the yield will be greater than ever before , I think we'll be kept pretty busy hauling grain this fall. " The 'Vast Possibilities ok Sioney on August 0th. $1C.40 , Just picture it to yourself. A swift , luxurious train through time "Granary of Nebraska" ( most beautiful now at liar- vest time ) ; next ( lie wide. sweeping plains ; next the mountains and then the Springs ( higher In the air above Omaha than twenty New York Life buildings p11cc ! one on toll of the oilier , but the ascent so gradual as not to be noticed ) . Tonic plnq-laden flirt Millions of gallons of flowing crystal , mnag- netic waterl Fine imotols , The plunge bntli of all the plunge baths in time world ! Rest-Health-Recreation , Coma back in 1 day , 2 ilays , 5 days or 10 days. Hot Springs In the Black Hills , via time Elkhorn-Nonthwestern line , 3 p. in' August 0. $16.40 only-only $16.40. Ticket oIIl.e , 1401. Farnam street. Cimurged flithL SIn.Iiiig , Max Ilartog , who professes to be western agent for the Phoenix Button company of Providence , It. I. , is under arrest at the central - tral station , charged s'lthm having confi- denced several People out of various amounts of money by menus of the old "pay In ad- vanco" mail order scheme , /iilolpli Buehmlo , who paid 1mm : $8 for the promise of $18 worth of jewelry that would roach him by the next express , caused Ilartog's arrest. . ( arnud Oie'smiiig. Model Bakery will give you great bargains - gains in all kind of fancy cakes , cookies and rools. Best ice cream soda 5 cents a glass. Music by Prof. J. C. Shaddeck orchestra - chestra , Do not fail to call and hear the tine music , 2016 Farnamn street. Will make great bargains every Saturday. See Umioim I'aeIiIe Hxhilit at .rnnsition , It is in Transportation Building. Photographs , with history of time famous Lincoln car , Sc each ; cnim be oh. tamed at Union I'aciflo city ticket office , 1302 Farnam street , Got Grillitims''smteIm mimi Ciothe , Some sneak thief entered time rocmn of J. \v. Griffith at the Klondilco hotel and stole a gold watch and chain and a quantity tiC clothing , A PVR 'IaPs csc .M or tASTAR POWOCS CREAM BAMN1 PODIR Awarded Highest honors , World's Fair Cold Medal , Midwiater Fair BoSTON S'OI3 s.u.is , l'AGV.S 4 ANI ) T Pull I'nrtieiiinroftiie Greatest liar- gain Sales iier held ( lfl i'nges 4 AND 7. AT BOSTON STORE SATURDAY. You are particularly notified to road these two startling antiouncenients. We cannot sufficiently impress upon yen the necessity of attending these sales Saturday. Never were men's anti boys' clothing , shoes , ladies' fine vasli costumes , skirts , etc. , sold for so iittlo money. Don't miss these opportunities ; they are not likely to occur again anywhere , BOSTON STORE , OMAHA , . 16th & Douglas Sts. Sl'hiCIAl4 ( ) ILIfilt NO , 1. headquarters NcIrnska Division UnIon - Ion ' , 'eternn IJnIot. , Time National Encampment Union Veteran Union will be held at hock Island , Iii. , August - gust 9 , 10 and 11. Time Chicago , hock Island & PacIfic railroad - road , having granted special rates for delegates - gates and members from all points in Ne- braskit and through Iowa , Is hereby do' dared' time official road. All delegates and comrades are requested to meet tile general and staff at ( lie Union depot , Omaha , at 6:30 : p. ni , August 8. Comrades along the Union Pacific will pimi-ehaso their tickets from that road via Rock Island railroad By order B. T. KNIGHT , clen'l Corn. By J. FRANCIS hOPPER. AdJ. General , Time Big Store of Hayden Bros. is where the bargains are , Read the ad on page 5 , MANlF1cnNr 'FIIAINS , Omaha to Chicago. The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul railway - way has just placed in service two nmag- nificent electric lighted trains between Omaha and Chicago , leaving Omaha dolly at 5:45 : p. in. . . arriving Chicago at 3:25 : a. in , antI leaving Chica. 615 P. in. and arriving Omaha 8:20 : a. in , Each train is lighted throughout by electricity , imna buffet smok- imig cars , drawing room sleeping cars , dining - ing cars anti reclining chair cars and runs ever the slmortest hino and smoothest roadbed - bed between the two cities. Ticket office , 1504 Farnani street and at Union depot. hiiird Coal For immediate orders and delivery , Nebraska - braska Fuel Co. , 1414 Farnam street. shirt Waists LJC Saturday Morning There is not a hundred dozen nf these lmirt waists at 25c-so don't expect them to be in stock all day , Shirt IDI In this lot you'll find such as vais S have sold at $1.75 , $1.50 and $1.25 , 90c Linen This lot at SOc are such as your C ras friends have paid $1.25 for , weS " Imavo better of course at prices S ir s to suit. 50c We'll be busy selling the $12.00 pique suits at $5.00 Saturday. The black China Simk 'ivaists at $2.95. SIlk-like pttlcoats , $1.50. Lawi : Wrappers , $1.25. Neck Ties , ISo. Puff Tics , 19c , and Muslin underwear bargains. S .SCOflELD U CiOAI&sUlTCO. 1510 Douglas St. - Milk Sterilizer1 The Arnold steam sterIlizer is really the only one which has army special merit. It is fitted with seven graduated bottles holding - ing eight ounces each. It Is mndo of heavy tin with copper bottom. It can be heated on gas , oil , gasoline , alchohol or Icitehien stove. Its advantages over any and all ether sterilizers are toe numerous to mcmi- tion here. Price $3.00 each. Call for book telling all about them. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. , 1513 DODGE ST. OMAHA , NEI3. MIDDLE OF BLOCK. . . U 0 S S S S S' ' . S S S S ALL PEOPLE EWANT GOOD HEALTH. S You may have a course of medical S treatment for . OURABLB DISJ1ASES' S of all kinds at the ; Shepard Medical Institute : S New York Life Bldg. , Omaha , Neb , S DIf'ttil Ti1Q. CatarrhDef- . S 01 LtJII'ILI IL' ness and a.il S Diseases of time Lungs , Stomach , Kidneys , Nerves and Blood. ReferS - S ence , by permission , to 5,000 cimred S patients , The largest medical officeB and practice In the west. The Omaha S Bee , leading daily , says : "The ShopS - S and Medical Institute Is entirely reila- , S bIn in a inotessionnl and business way. Dr. tilmeparfi and his associates S have gained and fully maintained a S S leading' repmmtation in the treatment S of chronic diseases. The publio may safely trust them , " S IA ! P I T t : For testimonials from S S IV II I , L ministers , teachers , busi- S ness men , farmers , etc. , telling how they were cured at home through the S Mail System. . Q L"The New Trea.trnmt ; . Li l 110w It Cures , " is sent free S to all who s'nIte. It is a clean medical S work for time whole family to read and Is at great value to all who ee.'Ic . a bettor health , Book and Consultation S Blanks sent tree to all inquirers. S S Meilicines sent everywhere. State your case and send for opinion and S lowest terms. Charges low , Con- 0 tation free , personally or by letter. S iIeitin 'I'hts l'ai'r' . ' 0 5 0 S 0 0 0 S 5 5 Remember the name when you buy t again PLUGJ S.O.S. . . 13cc , August , 1898. XCa//Aebat , Kansas City ! l\relcofllc , gentlemen froii GceI timero' a quick town. Pert ? K. 0 , i'Iio ' Nebraska offori You bet. tlio reedoiii of the whohi Never see no folkses there a scttiii jOU They round haimit. doorstepsgappit rot time. : ; towii with Couuc'i 1 Blii irs anti. Every mom : Jack in ICansims City Is hop South Omaha thrown in , lj'js'o bhsy dodglmi cable ears when lie nint out , on his fromit porclm , vatciiiii time towi : yCfl.1'S ago when 'o unfurled grow. ' There aint a man . the banner of The Nebraska. In Kansas City " ' I don't bhiovo ill yOUl' ' tlfliISL" , 'ou , were But what gets up fore cockcrow every IrettY well crowled w I t ii. mornin expectln to flail his back yard over converted night imito , a park or a speedway ' clothing stores , but after you Time whole town's a parl got to know us , after 'ou tx. . Amid clean ? Wimy aniiiiecl our goods aiul 'ooked. ' They've got a mayor down there what goes too-after a tfllggflrt - wo roumid in his stocltln feet through all the streets an' alleys himself amid turns on ' 1lO\VO(1" yOU-you gave U time hose , One thing about K. C. fellows , though- the glad liaiuI and you bavo they're near sighted. A man who wants to dO business with : 'em has got to stood iiobly by 5J110 [ Nebraska Show 'em. If you try to run a bluff on a Kansas City ever since , We thank you. . man 03'll niid ho don't sex say a word but closcs his off r1o(1ly ; we will be 1)leaSed to i'm from Mizzouri , show you the only other store See ? Got to show me in Alnerica where you can fincI Thanle Wolhi God , the BaIDO sti'a'ight goods , the Omaha nint running no bluffs , We've got low ' the p1'iceS , Suiiie ; snc- the timings to show , \'hien those K. C. fel- hers get a. good squnre look at our Exposi. ccssfiil iiietliods , tile same lion they'll ' get jealous , That's what they'll ' do. SqUitro dealing , the saiiio un- Then , varying courtesy and the like as not , same when they go home simple system of getting ens. they'll get together and go deep down in their p toiiiei's arid holding tiloIn by Jeamis and build an Exposition dealing out equal treatment , of their own. zqu.t1 values1 equal satisfaction We can't help that. We'll show 'em anyhow that's wlmat they'ro here for- to one and all. Come on , to see , Those near sighted men from K. Q geutleiiien. You'll find a wel. See ? CO1HO at both doors. - .5. - # Mail HAYDENS Orders 1 I Will Receive PANTS rrompt ' dad Immediate SALE Attention Saturday-as Usual-Bargain , Day Why are We Busy ? Because-as sure as water finds its leveT , so sure people find the Bargains arid Here They Are. 4 , 800 pairs men's fine tailored pants , at 50c on the dollar. Patits to fit all men. Lot 1-Men's fine all wool cassirnere and cheviot pants positively 3 values- Sale Price , $1.25 Lot 2-1en's very fine worsted , tweeds and. hair hue eassi mere pants , real 4 values- Now for $1.95 Lot 3-Men's finest ready tailored. flue worsted pants that YOU. will pay $5 for elsewhere- Here $2.50 875 Boys' double breasted Knee Pant Suits , ages 3 to 14 , of all wool cheviots and union cassimeres , good. $1. 50 va1ue , oii sale Saturday- At 75 cetits. All washable knee pants at c and lc ! All washable knee pant suits at The , 5c and 50c , HAYDEN BROTHERS , Selling the Most Clothing in Omaha. Olobe Hair Restorative and Daodrull Cure GUARANTEE-Wo : hereby gimat'nnteo our' GLOBE HAIR flFSTOHATtVfl AND DANDRUFF CURE to i'otnovo dandruff , prevent the hair from coining omit. and grow hair on any bald head of not over 5 years' standing. Any commercial ropoi'V will inform you as to our financial standing and ability to Ilulilli ( JtmC con- tracts. Yotmi' money svill be i'otindcd ( IC It fails to do ( ho work. Globe Mg. ( Co. , Grinnoll , Iowa , Sold and guaranteed by JI A1 Fuller & Co. , State Aeuts , Omahil , Neb - - - - _ _ lIit'C.t'l'IONAL. Idest , largest and iiiFi beat equipped In S 4 Gos'ernmentau ervisiomi. NiwlnmildincitbeiigCreCtCli , , HtudoritrJecitdlast central west. . . -w - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , hss Big Millinery Fro SaIej hundreds of Beautiful Pattern hints and Flosvc'nmt , ill crything must lie closed out iii a. few days. Nothing reserved. Ne's 1ox Sgihrs , , , , , , , , , , , _ , , 'ISo Lt'gls.rims . , , . . . , , , . . . , , , , . . . , . , at , The greatest SacrifIce Sale of Fine Mu- hoary ever hind Sn time WEtI' ! ' . Caine early and get choice. ; 121 SOLI'I'Il 11'i'hl ST. . J.J.DorIght& Co. ' 2's Agents for ( ho , - \9hiimiumis . - 'I'ypewrlter rho best typo. . writer 1mm the world , -bar none. Write ( or Catalogue , Tel. 153 , 'nIt j'arnam St. . 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