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TUX OMAITA DAILY nni!: TUKSPAY, AUGUST 5, 1002.
a GUARD IS TO CO INTO CAMP Governor and Qciar! Colby Decide to Genii Two Eginunti to LoaTtnworth. PtPORT ON THE V.UARD FIIUS CASE Coort of Inrjniry Drrtmandi Din charge of th Cnmnanjr ht Gea oral Color I I.lkoly to At Irmpi H(irialitlla, '(From a Staff Corrnerorio'ent.) LINCOLN, -Aug. 4 (Racial.) After onferrlng with Governor Bsvag and re ceiving hi favorable derision Adjutant General Colny totlsy forwarded to Adjutant General Corbln at Washington an official acceptance of the Invitation to have the Nebraska National Guard go Into encamp tnent at Fort Riley. Kan., aomotlme during tha month of September. Contrary to thi general impression all expense- of tha mobilization must be borne by tha state. Tha principal Items are transportation, aub aletenr and per diem of officers and nun. "I talked this matter over with the gov ernor and was agreed that it would be a valuable thing for the guard to be atattoned tor a ihort period with the regular army troope," said General-Colby. "We both looked with favor on the Invitation and I have written to General CorbJn accepting it. The two rcglmenta will be ordered out, pmbahly th lst week In P.-ptmoer." The fund Intended for "the expenses of National Guard encampment haa already been exhausted, but' General Colby aaya there ie between $3,000 and $5,000 to til's credit of ihe military department that can be used to partially pay for the proposed camp at Fort Riley. All additional expenses will go to make up a deficiency bill to he presented to the next legislature. General Colby said this afternoon he did not know how long the troops would be kept at Fort Riley, but thought not to exceed ten days. An encampment of eleven days in Omaha last year cost approximately 30.000 and It i,i conservatively estimated that one of ten days In Fort Riley will cost about aa touch... Last year the per dlein of officers and men amounted to about $16,000, the subsistence to $5,000 and the trans portation $4,000, The order of the adjutant general will .-I- .v. . . - . Ineiude only the two regularly organised regiments. The Independent companies, the artillery, the cavalry and the signal and engineering corps are expected. The sta tions of the companies included in the two regiments are: First regiment, York, Ful lerton, -Beatrice, Weeping Water, Wilber, Madison. Geneva, Nelson, Wahoo, Colum bus, Omaha. Broken Bow; Second regiment, Kearney. St.. Paul, Nebraska Cty, Fair bury, Tekamah, Lincoln, Omaha, Aurora, Tecumseh. Schuyler, Norfolk and Albion. The First regiment haa an aggregate mem bership of 67 and the Second regiment 721. Report on Millard Rlflee. The military court of Inquiry, appointed fsveral weeks ago by Adjutant General Colby to Investigate charges preferred against officers and members "of the Millard Rlfle.j cf Omiha, tas presented an unanimous report recommending that the entire com pany be mustered out of the slate service. The court presents findings of a serious na- KUVt aU(.. uam uio lata vuuuiliuu ill uin company la almost hopeless. The military court was comprised of Cap tale Ell, Hodglns, recently elected major, and Captain Richards. These two officers went Into the case thoroughly and In their rcpirt to the adjutant general cover every chary, and defense that waa made during the Investigation. . The complaint "was chiefly against the .tlHtfi', Captain., a-.uhraan. and,- Lieuten ants -KtiiToriS' and Walker," who were ac cused of conduct unbecoming officers and soldiers. In the general row many of the members of tho company were active par ticipants. - . ,'. . 1 . General Colby has the report under ad visement, but will probably go no further than to dismiss the officers and reprimand thoee who are In any way responsible for the disturbance. He la of the opinion that the company can be pulled together for good service and will therefore not order its dis missal, at lesst until after it la aeen that harmony cannot be restored. An order waa Issued today calling for the election of a captain for the Wymore bat tery of artillery. 'The date named Is Au gust 13. An election was called several weeka ago, but on the day fixed both Gov ernor Batage and General Colby were tut of the state and it waa therefore postponed ' by Acting Governor Steele. There la fierce contention In the Wymore battery regarding thla election. , Former Captain Murdock, who tias been a esre-Jdate for re-election, has been made the 'subject, of numerous charges and the matter haa several tlmsa been brought to the attention of the gov ernor. ' The First State bank of Holsteln, Adams county, waa given a charter today. The In stitution baa a capital stock of $10,000. Its IncsrporstoTs are:' W. B. Hsrgleroad, A. L Clarke and George F. Brown. "The Slate Board of Public Lands and Buildings held Its regular monthly meeting for the allowance of claim today, but con sidered only business of a routine nature. Tomorrow the board will open blda for ad- dltional conduction and repair work at theVee1 drill prcsa of the latest atyla, which penitentiary. Governor Savage, today appointed T. E. Il.btiert of Adams to succeed G. M. Smith a niem'fcer f 11. ViaUlug &d Cah1cIC5 board for the Soldier and Sailors' home. EQCSTIKG OMAHA CONVENTION Christian Cnorcn Committee Visits Lincoln for Porpose of Ad vancing? Ita Knds. LINCOLN", Neb., Auk. 4. (Special.) As forcruanfT to the state convention of the Nubiabka Chrltlan Mlaslouary society about Kf'.y enthusiastic national conven tion promoters arrived from Omaha thla afiermxio iul a un ttlht; vus hflJ at tb rirl c nrrat ita church or tr.is city, is re- ifn to an Invitation given tho general eoiinuittea on arrauj m.-nla at Its last regular firu; at th r'irst Christina church lu Omaha. Th purpose cf tho TBifetlng at the Vlrt Christian church here tonight Is to arouse as muih enthusiasm 'iMM ia the a'UvMt jwit aitd )l I r ' , . Si JT r ' : 1 w i- - - i a. as polhle for the national convention In Omaha next October. Reports submitted by the chairman of the subcommittees at the meeting trmlnht Were very encoursgtng and foretell perfeet arrangements fnr the convention. The business session occupied about an hour's time, following which there were speeches by Chairman Falne, Rrv. H. O. Hill, Rev. W. T. Hilton, Judge W. W. Elabaugh and Others. The Interest In tonight's meeting was augmented by the presence of many prom inent workers from all over the state who came In today in order to attend the state convention of the church at Bethany commencing tomorrow. Thie convention will laat fire days. These officers of the state organization were la attendance ! addition to the numbers of pastors and others: President Z. O. Howard, Grand Island; Corresponding Secretary W. A. Baldwin, Vlyses; Treasurer C. S. Paine, Omaha, and Recording Secretary L. A. Iiussong. Ashland. Others will arrive to morrow to attend the cession of the state convention. Lincoln la well represented on the na tional convention committee. Will M. Maupln Is chairman of the press commit tee, J. W. Hilton of the music committee and Chancellor W. . P. Aylesworth Is a member of the educational committee. Rev. E. E. Boyd of Lincoln la excursion manager of thla section and he ssys there will certainly be 600 delegates from this city to the Omaha convention. Borne of the members of the Omaha con tingent return tomorrow on an early train, while many will remain for the state meeting. This meeting will open by a ser mon by Rev. H. C. Holmes of Fairbury, The special featurea of Wednesday's ses sions will be a lecture by Rev. J. P. Brlney of Parle, Mo., and an evening's en tertainment by Attorney N. K. Griggs, consisting of original songs and poems. The music for the atate convention will be under the direction of W. E. M. Hackle man of Indianapolis, Ind., who will also lead the music for the national convention next October. It la said that preparations for this feature of the national gathering are already under way and It Is expected that there will be a chorus of at least 600 voices to lead the singing. , , , Frrntat Pastor Reatarns. FREMONT. Neb., AugV 4. (Special.) Rev. T. L. Ketroan of the Baptists church " !" " a 7,5 , V, , day, to take effect August 10, and It waa accepted. He came hero from McCook in April, 1900, and his pastorate of two years and four montha has been quite successful. Nearly 800 people have united with the church, which now number 380 members. A new church building haa been erected and dedicated free of debt and an $1,800 pipe organ purchased. Mr. Ketman 1 a graduate of Chicago university, and waa a prominent athlete, playing for three year halfback on the ,'vareity team. He will re move to Chicago to accept the position of district secretary of the American Baptist Publication society, having supervision over twenty-two states. For a short time be fore going to McCook be occupied the pul pit of the First Baptist church of Omaha. To Abolish Bandar Baa Roll. FREMONT. Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.) Agitation against Sunday base ball haa be gun In thla city. At a recent meeting of the pastora of the city a resolution waa tMiutstm. Mvnai vrnniua g miv - day votes were taken ln the various churches, resulting in a practically unani mous vote , against It. Thua far but one match game with an outside team has been played hore on Sunday, though several games between . local nines ; have been played. The ground ar situated outside tha city limits. AMesrea- Mnrelorer , la ,. Toll. ' WOOD RIVER. Neb.." Aug. 4. Special Telegram.) Word has Just been received here stating that the sheriff of Banner county, Idaho, haa arrested W.A. Durham on the charge of murdering John Donald son of thla city and E. M. Frits of Poca tello. County Attorney Winters states that he has a chain of evidence which will un doubtedly connect Durham with the crime. Donaldson and Frits were murdered while prospecting on the Fort Hall reservation last June. Socialists to Meet la Broke Bow. SARGENT, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.) The socialist party haa called senatorial, representative and county conventions to meet at Broken Bow on August SO. The countp convention will meet In the opera house at 10 a. m., the, representative at 4:80 p. m. and tha senatorial at 8 p. ex. The congressional convention has also been called to meet the aame day it 1 p. m. Boy Found with Fatal Fractnro. BEATRICE, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special Tele gram.) Jesse, tb 12-year-old eon of Ed Robinson, who live near Rockford, thla county, waa found last night lying by tha roadside near his borne with his akull frao tured. It la not known how he received his injury, but It Is presumed he waa thrown from a bcrsa which ha ' had been riding. Hi recovery la doubtful. Sim Mseklas for York Foundry. YORK, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.) The Downie-Wright company' foundry at thla place has uoaded a Urge new automatic Is probably the largest of the kind this side of Chicago, pnspeeta raiirit Mae Watrhea. WINSIDR. Neb., Aug. 4. (Special Tele gram.) Constable Smith arrested two men thla afternoon near here and found upon their persons nine watches. They are sup posed to be the men who robbed a jewelry store In Wayne. neatrnetive Work of UsbtainaT. FREMONT. Neb.. Aug. 4. (Special.) A barn cn the farm of A. M. HeTt about three miles east of thla city was struck by light ning during the storm Saturday night and totally destroyed with its contents, including one horse. Loss about $300. Plattsmoath Mao Disappears. PLATTS MOUTH, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.) Albert Thomas resigned his position wlih tha Burlington shopi a week ago and hi wife aud two children are at a loaa to ac count for hU disappearance since that time. Tho Cost c! Repairs reduced to a minimum when a Ju. Il-a Watrt j vui.l cl lue waluu iroin uui ant Jf. c. are far stronger than solid gold catra, ebao- luuiiy ctv huiig, lift fill out ut at.tfpe, or l.Mte Uiir riiuu. ruiiy Kiiarwntvol lor . ISo iuuer liu U'U;U you r tur a luuveineut, be sure lo have it J'iol-tl WI1U a Jm. aaa mam. oriUil iiulil Ciltl MM and ouijf one p.ol by 60 years of avrvaa. tru ui h a UiuU TVis Mik is Sump 4 la L m r t 1ju Caac THt kEYSTCME HATCH ttll CUMrAMr, huvtt'a. I FIGHT FOR GULF TRAFFIC Usrgtn and Oromwtll Llaai Utrgi j tho Benthsra Pacific. ROCK ISLAND WILL BiD roa, THE TRADE feheano to Eater Galvestoo aal 9treothea that a4 Other Sooth era Porta lavelvea Sot oral lateroata. NEW TORK. Aug. 4. Special Telegram.) On August 1 the Southern Pacific bestaa to operate a service to Galveston la addi tion to the existing service from New York to New Orleana. The service, says a South ern Paciflo official, will consist of tha Mor gan and Cromwell lines merged into one corporation under one management and with one head office, although full details re not yet ready for publication. Both these line have been under the domination of the Southern Pacific for soma time and the purpose to b served by th,elr consolida tion la that they may be operated with economy and with perfect harmony as the New York-New Orleana link in the Harfl man transcontinental route. This Is aa official statement on the somewhat widely rumored change In the sailings of tha ves sels of these lines. A Rock Island official atate that th Rock Island Is going to make a bid for the trade through gulf ports when th system Is completed and that recent moves on the part of Southern Pacific result from know), edge of ths fact and preparation to meet competition. laaportaaeo of gaeh Cootrol. The paramount Importance of, gulf traffic control to the harriman Interest will be understood, when the statement can b mad that It give Mr. Harriman absolute control ofthe ordinary freight tariff on transcontinental business. It coet a much to carry a ton of freight one mile by rati a to carry It four mile by water. With this fact before u It may be stated that on a mileage cost basis Mr. Harriman operate a freight service across the continent 600 mile shorter than any other. This doe not apply to passenger traffic, express, per ishable or rush freight, because, of course, the trunk lines from New York control theie by th fact that they are much taster. Nor la thla freight control the only reason Harriman I atrengthentng hi resources along th gulf. Rock Island la comlug Into Galveston, International Great Northern Into New Orleans, Atchison, Topeka V Santa Fe Into on or other In time and 'Frisco baa lately made It very clear that a gulf port la among th thing It I going to obtain before many year are past. Therefor It behoove Southern Pacific to take car of resource. Th tremendous Increase of the percentage of th grain from tha middle west which baa gon through gulf porta of lata year la th prim cause of the anxiety of all these roads to get foothold on the gulf. Southern . Parlflc'e Biar Seheaae. Southern Pacing haa plana to spend $1,500,000 In Galveston. The reasons for this plan are stated , by a Southern Paciflo offi cial In clcse touch. with Mr. Harriman to be three In number. It waa realised that com- pauuvs mm x vmiu aa nmm , . plainly shown last year that tha present. lines Into New Orleana could not adequately handle tb traffio of Southern Paciflo. It became necessary either to build . more Southern Pacific line Into that city er find another port , The reasoning that leads to the adoption of th latter plan are Inter esting. Tb first'. and molt Important la that' there is much greater possibility in the fu- ure ' of the Galveston plan; It - would be possible to- add to the lines, running into New Orleana and handle traffic satisfacto rily for a few years at lesst, but Southern Pacific can only Increase It, strength In New Orleana to a limited extent, beyond which it capeot go, while by taking time by the forelock in Oalveston It aecurea a port In which it will be possible to expand and increase facilities, no matter how greatly traffic, may Increase. Ilarrlniaa Aatlctpates Rivals. The second reason that Galveston waa favored la that Mr. Harriman dealred to anticipate the establishment of a rival shipping point at Oalveston by other lines. Atchison, Rock Islabd and possibly 'Frisco. Two of theae at least ar aiming at th establishment of steamship service from Galveston er Sabln Psss to New York. "Frisco, according to Its officials, certainly 111 get a gulf port, but Indications are that It will be New Orleana rather than any port further west. At any rate, when other line come to Oalveston they will And. 8ouhern Paciflo ready to light for th gulf traffio. with a atrong line of modara teamere, a well-llked and fully estab lished land line and all tha facllitlea that ar heeded for terminal and other pur pose. It 1 apparent from th remark of Southern Paciflo psopl that th clos relations recently established betweem the Rock Island and tb Mallory Una are not regarded without aom anxiety In Southern Pacific circles. The third reason for the occupation of Galveston la that th city 1 regarded aa the natural distributing and receiving point for traffic, both local and Oriental. The full development of the resource of th rich territory north and west of th gulf certainly will make Galveston a great point of export grain trade,, both to th Atlantic eaboard via th coasting line and to th world at large. VIstrlhat to Orient. Of this trsde the Southern Paciflo take full account and is determined to be ready tor Jt when It cornea. Oriental traffic will use thla port for distribution, and traffio bound for the Orient will go via thi port. The local trade with South America and Mexico I also said to be very carefully watched by the Bouthern Pacific, and Gal veaton Is certain to get more or this through its geographical poeitlon than, any other pert along the coast. Ths reason Galveston was neglected In the pax,t. It 1 said, has been that the har bor was i posed to danger of cyclone and ether disturbance. At present th road, the government nd other Interest ar bent upon the Improvement of the port In such a way aa to preclude forever the possibility of a recurrence of the Galveston disaster. Fifteen mllllou dollars will be spent there within the next few years. A sea wall la to be built, jetties to be put in, the channel deepened to a depth of thirty feet at least, and the eandbara that guard the harbor raised to such a height aa to be serviceable protection to the town. All thece things go to nislie Galveston practicable and valuable port. Aa a result of the changes la the west and along tha gulf there la going to be some lively bidding among the railroads for the gulf traffic. It is now monopolised by the Cotton Belt, Illinois Cental and 8' uthera Pacific, but the Rock Island, Santa Fe and St. Louis A Ban Francisco bsve given notice that they wilt enter tha field as scon aa they can build their line. It Is vtdent that there will be many change in the tar.road situation slong the gulf. District tsart at flallsnaatk. PLATT8MOUTH, Neb., Aug. 4 (Special.) Judge Paul Jeasen arrived from Ne braska City tbls morning and convened dls trlci court. He confirmed th tax sal of th FUtgerald black sod other property aad disposed of a few mlaor case. DO YOU GET U? WITH A LAHE BACK ? Zliaej TnraMe Kaket Ton Wsergble. Almost everybody w'.io read tha news papers is auro to know ot the wonderful cures maae ty vr. Kilmer' Swmp-Root. i the rreat kidney, liver and bladder remedy. a I. il. . . . j m ii is u! freai jneai- 1 teenth century; dis covered after years of J , It I scientific research by f-iv Or. Kilmer, ths eml- IV-; . rent money and blad-- "' der specialist, and la wonderfully successful In promptly curlnr; lama back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou ble and Brlght'a Disease, which is tba worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer a Swamp-Root Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney, liver or bladder trouble H will b found just the remedy you need. It has been tested In so many wsys, In hospital work. In private practice, amenr the helpless too poor to pur chase reBel and has proved so successful In very case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all reader of this paper who-have not already tried It, mayhava a cample bottle sent (ree by mail, also a book telling mora about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and end your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co,.BIne- hamton, N. Y. Tha. repular fifty cent and nmt swama-Root dollar Uea are told by all good druggists. Don't make any mistake, but remember tha same, Swamp-Root, . Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and tba address. Bingham ton, N. Y.. on every bottle. . SEARCH FOR AN INSANE MAN Flee from Psnsan aa Asalaa! 4 I Three Days ( Wlthoat Fo4 or Shelter. ASHLAND. Neb., 'Aug. . 4. (Special.) Russell Wh I t aker, aged 26, auddenly became Insane Saturday evening and left a note In which be aaid that when found ha wouid be dead. Soon after be was seen running toward a cornfield, south .of .town, with a revolver. A party of men on horse searched Sat urday evening and all day Sunday for htm, but were unable to catch him. He waa located Sunday afternoon by several search ers, but ran away at their approach and disappeared la the underbrush south ot George Hofftnan' place. Whltaker baa 'had nothing to eat alnca Saturday noon and It 1. feared that ex posure will cause bin death If he la not captnred aoon. HI threat to shoot himself 1 not taken seriously by bis friends. Wblt aker haa worked on the B. 4b M. aection gang several years. His Insanity Is here ditary, his father having died In an asylum after even years' confinement. --. RUSHVILLE BATTERED BY HAIL Eaoraisst gtowea' roll for Fifteen . V. I M . GJasa aid Cropa. RTJSHVILLB. 'NebV- Aug. 4. (Special Telegram.) Tha worst hailstorm that has ever been experiAnced here occurred at 4:15 p. m. The! hsMstonea "measured from lx to aeven Inches In circumference. Nearly every north window In Rushvllle la destroyed Including, several - large ator window. Nortl)ea t-of Ruehvlll ' many fannere ar balled out and promlsSo crop are destroyed. Tbe sola, of tba fall tog hailstones waa Ilk a cannonade from rapid-fir gun and waa terrifying during tha , fifteen minute tb (torm 1 na ted. Mrs. Burns and daughter were driving home to th farm when they were over taken by the storm, the team running away and throwing them both out ot the wagon. Tbey eacaped with a severe shaking. Window glaas ta jn great demand, es pecially t the photograph gallery, which waa ruined. Th weather la now One. OWER CITED FOR CONTEMPT PlaiatlsT Asalact Dlreetora of North ora Paella In nn Vnpleas nnt Sitnation. NEW YORK, Aug. 4. Peter Power, tha complainant In the suit against the direc tor of th Northern Paclfle Railroad com pany, to restrain them from turning over the atock of that company to tha Northern Securities company, waa today served at Wert Hurley, N. Y., with a citation to ap pear before Justice Lacomb In th United State circuit eourt on Wednesday and ahow cans why hs should hot b punished for contempt of court, . Tb contempt proceeding were tb re sult of th fallur of George Alfred Lamb, counsel for Power, to produce hi client for examination befor Special Examiner Mabta, despite th fact that subpoenas have been served on Power on three occasions within one week. Mr. Lamb baa secured asvsral postpone ments of th bearing on the ground that Power waa In ill-health. In view of thla order, which waa secured by counsel for the directors, the hearing before Special Eaauilusr liable aaa today adjourned until next Wednesday. ,,Ts Pardon Cattle Hastier. 8IOUX FALLS, S. D., Aug. 4 (Special. An effort la being . made to se cure a pardon for - William Vin cent, who waa found guilty by a lury at a term of tbe circuit court in Charles Mix county of cattle rustling, and who was cn March 6 last sentenced to a term of one year la the Sioux Fall penitentiary. Ths case haa been a hard-fought one from the atart. It waa appealed to tbe atate su preme courts which granted a writ of error and certificates of probable .cause. Kew Elevator for Waverly. SIOUX FALLS. 8. D., Aug. 4. (Special.) The farmers in the vicinity of Waveriy are greatly pleased because Waverly is soon to have a new grain elevator. The Paclfle warehouee, which has stood Idle for several years. Is being converted into a first class elevator, and will be ready for buslnesa by the time the new grain is ready tor market. The addition of the new ele vator will make Waverly one of th best grain market for It site in the atate. Kvaagetiats Lay t'oraeratoae. SIOUX FALLS. 8. D . Aug. 4. (Special.) The corner stone ot the new Evangelical church at Mllbank was laid yesterday with appropriate exercises. The dedicatory services were held In the Congregational church, which is situated only a short dis tance from the spot where the new church will be erected. A great many people from Big Stone and other surrounding town wer present to assist In the ceremonies. Oarretsoa ganoly Co a tract Let. SIOUX FALS3. 8. D.. Aug. 4. (Special.) The town ecuocll of Garretaon, tbls. Min nehaha county, haa accepted the bid of N. E. StHngham of that place, for furnishing tha town with certain supplies necessary tor tbe immediate extension of the water work ytem. Hi bid was 81.SS4.S1, and tha sou tract baa been awarded to him. tmf mi ri II CROWN PRINCE IS COMING Msinbtr f Eojal Tamilj of tiam Will Visit th United lutes. EXPECTED TO ARRIVE FIRST CF OCTOBER In Cam pa ay with Otho Slaaaee (Patriate Ho WIH Make Tonr Aoroaa tho Continent. WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. Akbaray Varad hara, the Siamese minister, has Informed the State department that the crown prince of Slam will eatl from Cherbourg Sep. tember zt and also haa furnished tbe Itin erary ot the distinguished guest whll la the United State. Tb party will consist of hla royal high ness, the crown prince; Colonel rhya Rajovallobb, Captala Luang Saraseddhl, second aide; Mon. R. Convatra. private sec retary, and hla royal highness. Prince Chakrabongse, brother of the crown prince, with an aide. ) It is expected the party will arrive on the German steamer, Kaiser Wllhelm der Grosse, on September SO or October 1. They probably will spend three days In New York. Including a visit to West Point. The party will go to Newport Octpber 4 and"be in Boston October S and , making a visit to Harvard college and also an in spection of the factories In th Vicinity ot Boston. They will arrive In Washington October 7 and on that day and the eighth trill make tbe official calls on the president and be at the disposal of the president for any program he may suggest. They will go to Philadelphia on th ninth, remaining six day, making a' personal visit to Wil liam Potter. On October IS tha prince and his party will start on the main tour of the United State on a special train, going to Buffalo, Niagara Fall. Pittsburg, St. Louis, St. Paul, Yellowstone Park. Butte Copper mines. Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springs, JColorado Springs, Pikes Peak, Cripple Creek gold mines, Santa Fe, tha Indian pueblo of New Mexico, Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Lo Angeles. Tassadena wine ries, San Diego, Corona Beach, Santa Bar bara, Del Monte, San Jos, Lick Observa tory, San Francisco and the Yosemtte. It la probable that tbe party will sail from San Francisco for th Orient. FORECAST OF THE WEATHER Shower Taesisy Tbreagh! tho Weaterr. Portion of ' tho Corn Belt. WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. Forecast: For' Nebraska Shower Tuesday; Wednesday fair. For Kansas Shower and cooler Tues day; Wednesday fair. For North Dakota Fair Tueeds- and Wednesday. . For South Dakota Local rain and cooler Tueaday; Wednesday fair, - For Iowa Local rains and wanner Tues day; shower Wednesday. For Missouri 8 bowers Tuesday and Wednesday. ' f ' Local ReeorA. OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU. OMAHA, Aug. 4. Official record of tem perature and precipitation compared with tha corresponding day of the last three year; 190J. 1901. 1900. 139ft Maximum temperature .. M 81 SO 73 Minimum temperature .... M ' M , 7S M Mean temperature 7 70 82 M Precipitation v T . .6 .00 .178 Record of temperature1 and precipitation t i1o?f,'U tor. thla day and since March L Normal temperature 74 Except for the day 1 Total excess since March 1 19$ Normal precipitation .12 Inch Deficiency for the day 11 inch Total rainfall since March 1.... 18. 88 Inches Deficiency since March 1 86 Inch Deficiency tor cor. period, 1901.. 8.41 Inches Deficiency for cor. period, 19W.. t. &! inches Xteoorta from Stations at T K. M. s K 3 : p : 6 c ;.;.- '"'IS, : Oil 77 84 T ' go US T 8? 84 .00 50 ft .00 90 K .00 86 !" .00 74 78 .00 74 70 .00 M go .62 51 82 .00 T fr T to .00 7 7a .00 8o 80 .00 78 82 .00 84 W .00 CONDITION OF THE WEATHER. Omaha, cloudy Valentine, raining North Platte, part cloudy Cheyenne, cloudy Stilt Lake, clear , Huron, cloudy Wllltxton, clear Chicago, cloudy , St. Louis, clear St. Paul, part cloudy Davenport, cjear Ksnsa City, clear Havre, clear Helena, clear Bismarck, clear iaalveston, part cloudy T Indicate trace of precipitation. L A. WEWH, , Local Forecast Official, 17E0Q' qEio Aviit.diav.iu. New lata of Ufa fo en Iowa FostmsstSFs Postmaster R. IT. Itaod&.l, Dutl&p, la., says: I suffered from indigestion and re sulting evils for year. Finally I tried Kodol. I soon knew I had found what I bad long looked for. I am better toda thaa ia year. Kodol pave ma z, now lease of life. Anyone can have) my af fidavit to the truth of this statement." Kodol digests your food. This enables tha system toassimilat suppiles.strengthen lug every organ and restoring health. ttsdcl &kes You Strensa Prepared only by E. C. DiWiTTOo.,Cbtcsro T?:eK r-oll'e vot?a H It 'na f, Cure quickly. That' what it's made for. MR OFO. COTT-OF THE MARTIN- COTT-HAT COMPANY K OMAHA. NEB., WHITES. Magnet Chemical Co: Dear Sirs By applying Magnet Ptle Killer for two days 1 cured an aggravated case of bleeding piles. One dollar is chap for such a wonderful compound. I cheer fully recommend It to my frifnds ot th traveling fiattrnUy, who may be suffering from rectal diaeaa. orateruny yours, UKOKCJE COTT. Magnet Chemical Co: lientlemen I now take the opportunity of sending you my tnanks. About elx weeks ago I was taken with a very severe attack of piles. They fell to the extent ot nearly two inches, but following out th instructions of your Magnet Pile K'ller am entirely well and am willing to answer all Inquiries to the same. Mmy ttianaa to you. KHAN K HALT. David City, Neb. Magnet Chemical Co : please fi'vi enclosed money order for 81 Of), for which send one box Magnet Pile Killer. This one is fur a friend. I have been cured with it and ieel confident that it will cure him. Your truly, A. COo.. fcprlngdale. Ark. 8100 at your druggist. Guaranteed; or sent postpaid oy MAOIST CHKMICAL CO, Western Dooott Oaaaha, Rob TAKE W SUBSTITUTE MAM r&?: LiJHGSrV , ' FEtfALE SW1'.WJ;' OAKS com. h. rt. powts FROM VERMONT Smjtk itata recommend lerunn an ma mxccHent tarn tty remedy mad very good tor covgh cold mad cm tnrramt mUvctlonm." HATFi ACTUU j A, I r. a w y s im ""1 Miss i i ii i If You W In looking. at office In different build tng. th greatest praise tba owner e rental agent can give an office la to say that It 1 "aa good aa an office In Tha Ba Building." It may be In some respects, but It can not be In very respect. Th Be Building I on of th only two absolutely fireproof ofnc buildings ti Omaha. Tb Be Building I th only building having all night and all day Sunda elevator service. Tbe Bee Building furnish ea electrlo light and water without ad' dltional co(i.u' The Be Building la kept lan. not aom ot tha time, but all ot th "at: .. J. -". Keep thes point In mind when lookln g for an office, aad yon wilt take on ot those listed below, If you ar wis. List of vacant rooms in IB 'UJw-w-wO jucd Ground ROOM Hi 18x43 feet. Face Seventeenth alley. Thla la a large, light room, and the rental price includes heat, . a light . water ana janitor service. It baa an entrance both on The Bee . - iiuilaing Court and Seveuteenth . street .,...... ..i'rioe JSS.C :7 ;v' -v-- . First Floor. "'VV.'"'' r DITB 101 1 There is no finer office suit Just on the right hautl of the great marble stairway, and haa unusually large window looking upon tbe front entrance way of the building. It front on Farnam street. Une room l 17x19 and the other 8x19. It haa a ' burglar-proof vault, marble mantel-piece, hardwood floors, and will bo frescoed to suit tenant Price 875.00 BOOM 10-4i Thi room is Just at th head It would oe a very aesirame omce lor some real estate man or con. tractor. .The floor space is ltixU feet Price S20.M t' Third Floor. ROOM 80: ' Thla room Is 21x8 feet and 1 very conveniently located near, the - -elevator. A algn on tiie door can be readily aeen in atepplng off the ele- . vator ..v. Price 11 SOI BOOM 33S: Thla room Is 17x32 feet and wlil be divided to suit the tenant. This room is particularly adapted for some concern needing large nor ' spsce and is a decidedly handsome office, having an entrance lacing tbe -n it court, and wlndowa loottlng out upon Seventeenth street. It has a very large burglar-proof vault, hard wood floor and is one of the choicest o ni ce in tha building , Price 860. 0t Fourth atOOBf 401: 15x18 feet. Thi room I nex na a iarg burglar-proof vault an and tor th price furnishes nrst-cla Filth Floor. SCITB 814: Thi 1s a very large room. l.xiS feet. It face west, but la very light and well ventilated. It la vary seldom tbett space of this slse I of. -fared in The Bee Building. It could be used to advantage by some firm . employing a large number ot clerks, or requiring large floor space a wholesale Jeweler, or manufacturer s (gent, who would like to be In n fireproof building, or It wlil be divided to suit th tenant. Prlc 850.0 ROOM 6U1: This room faces the court and la 114 feet. It haa a burglar-proof vault, and as It Is near the telegraph oflice and on tbe same floor with a - number of grain' firms. It would be a particular good room for a grain Arm desiring flnt-clas accommodation Prlc 820.(0 Sixth UITB 10: Thi consist of two rooms, large burglar-proof vault, have been where any business or professional, . the two .'. R. C. PETERS a CO., ; Rental Agents. Si v.iu Wl tal fc.assSta! 4Uiiiii.i.lJ fa)sl W( " Government .nnervtaton and iMiutnmMtt, Arm? oflloer detailed. fretra tor Vn w. ... Uoolcrn Llilifary Catalogue and Omaha tf Government .npervtelftn and iMjutntuMtt, Arm? oflloer dialled, frepwrea tot UnivnHie. i. .T:t''- fr"""1 a-wteudea or fur Life. COL. 6KDf0H0 StLLtHS. Ml, fcuet., tjxriytow. asp. COL. ALBERT M. JACKSON, A. M., Supt., UPPER ALTON, ILL. B Ma. on W. . S. LOWE. LEATKM WeXTS, KAKaA. AHARON Z&im O COaSEhVATCny Fen LADIES V : u i 801b year. Tbe College o University trolnel faculty. Oerman- i American Couaervaiory, maooed by speotalla'.. Vn. H. bar 1 bar, t'oieoert sMaulat (Mkrl. Realdunt Professors Que. na, j ,j 1 Vlesttei, H.o.rjaancl a'arraat, Roberta, l'Uumaa, llornatl.y. v'' j ! " 1 Far eetaJugue, sdlreaa A rioh.il Malt, Conservatory ft Mirifwil trBiU. Art Ik th. Wt Fifty .min.nt Mie. .. Rtjal rat. u lalnaivi eup -9 ef hmtt4 tuii... FkUUriL l.mm H.ii.urn X.f'i. Oat-vloau a.ait.4 baa. JvH J.tllllllUlll, ltri... HEGIUR Ai A CLOCK Ar. tba l41ae who ea. PKK-TAN-UOT DISKS. No aaoarUlaty. a. worry. suppraaeloa. but aai. sral. haaltbr tuactioaa. resularlr Balotalne. A apaclSe for aalnful rrta, aafa, harmlm. certala. vtriia (or circular er eaus K M tur OMD bug. roar FAIU. Sold hr Shoraas A Mrrooa.lt brag Co . Cor. itk Sb ludaa airaeia, Oiuaoa, N.to A Dally Educator The great popularity of Ptrvna as a catarrh rerneJy haa tempted many pevple te, imltats Peruna. A great tnarty so-called catarrh remedies and catarrh tonka are to be found In many drug stores. These remedies can be procured tty the drvzs'st very much cheaper x than Peruna. Peruna can only be obtained at a uniform price and do druggist can get it a cent cheapen Thua It Is that druggists are tempted to substitute the cheap Imitations of Peruna for Peruna. It Is done every day without a doubt When a patient calls at a dreg store to procure some Peruna and the druggist recommends some thing else that will be Just as good, It may be that he does not always recognize tbe responsibility, that be Is taking upon himself. Such a substitute Is always sure to re suit la failure. ' The claim of Peruna to being the standard catarrh remedy of the world Is based upon tbe fol lowing facts ! ' It has the endorsement of- INNUMERABLE HOSPITALS. A GREAT NUMBER OP PHYSICIANS. OVER FIFTY UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN AND SENA TORS, TENS OP THOUSANDS CP Tilt MASSES AND CLASSES, ant the Best mBi!JiuiiLa!i; Floor. Rental Per Month. street and has window along the In Omaha than tbls one. It Is located of tbe main etairwayvon the first floor. Floor. t to the elevator and facea court. It a is well ventilated, iiaa good Jight, accommodation .Fries 817.& Floor. both UttxlUi. Each of them haa n newly decorated and are room 1 man may be comfortable. Price for 833 08 Ground Floor, Eee Building SCHOOL. aad larrt"l scttavl in - m - - - - a.itii.awaai. Acadsiuj 24th YEAR references on application. . JOHM VV. jailJLlOir, P iS Collet Place, MS.XICO, HO, DVORAE' 'r 1 DnnnATiG Ggiiool MtnwAnn Dvorak, vinotor, Htcubelt nail, 248 V. abeah-av, Chicago. ACTITuG ELOCUTION . FA-LI THRU HK6I.V8 tsClT. O. - Catalog Malic Plea. SCHOOL BILLS REDUCED Pprtnl luf'imiriMna ftnt) ivhatAt- ms trhool IWtJ -urHl tur iiuU'i iiuui(er ut vtiitUiiU in w b ot fTl bundii chM'Lf Of ttt l.t.k.rai 4-tj.,;IH, tttTAi.. in mii umrU of lis joiir7 ;t .tr-, ."ut. fi.aM tH-XartiiMaj fefh. (: Vtillitary HcIi-hum , SUmmuo) ft ItW, lmil'-iu I'Mittn . hl.Hriunn r. B Htrn, W u,f, A ri. lit vi'-o rorrrwa,mjrnr f i na ,-, Kt. DUO Wmkx iO ftUm.d atir inx'U Uf WX1 bal UaUalt lu dw.oM, CavWi .i Of fttliy a'ti-aui ttM. Am r lean Cduoftllonal Compmy, ,v J