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TIIF, OMATTA DAILY PEE: TUT DAT, .TTJIjT 24, 1P03.
r; EQUALIZE IDE ASSESSMENT Beard Practicallj Uompla'.ei It Work 80 Tar u Oountiea An Coioerned. DtfUGLAS WILL NOT GET LLVY ASKED FOR Independent Cuntinr CmI lata Lincoln Starts What Is Likely ta Ba a Lively Telephone War. during th. year 1 had made TS per cent ! on th money Invested. The actual profit of the company, Mr. Tout states, through out Nebraska la from 7 to I per cent-on the Investment. Of this per cent goes to pay the dividends and the difference Is used In making repairs and building up the system. Ha then recites the loss sustained by the company In a sleet storm last spring and tells of the annoyance and worry of bsvlng two systems In a town. He tells subecrlb era that a second system will cost tl.-m more for the reason that they will be al most compelled to take both "phones In or der to keep their customers and transact business. In the pamphlet Mr. Tost sent out he has a table showing the number of subscribers whrre there is competition to show the added cost and that most people take both 'phones. He mlrai that his rates sre not too high, but that grad ually he Is making reductions and expects to do this through the sliding scale 6r pay i for what you get Idea. He cites several Instances where the Independent companies adjourned to meet at tn call of the chair- ",,nro oul l ,DW" rl"" nave tnea to increase tneir cnarges. in I (From a Rtaff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, July U. tbpecial.) The Btate Board of Lquusallon has practically com pleted Its work and all that Is necessary now is to wait for a lew mors parties who are expected to protect and to run over I the figures again lo make sura that ilia work nas been well done. The board has FIREMEN'S TOURNEY ENDS Kott Euocesaful Event in tha History of Stats Association. NORFOLK IS CROWDED WITH VISITORS Tare Days ( Pleasare aad Coatcst Weead t with a Brllllaat Street Pageant la Erealag, Mrs. Kuhn fears that her husband has met with some mlRfortune. man. Louglea county will not get Its' 4 mills levy tnat the representatives of the omaba Heal lactate exenange asked lor. While It has not been oeunlleiy agreed upon, mors than likely the levy in Douglas county will U.' a little over H mills. The returns of the county assessors show conslderaDle Increase over last year, though soma counties have oeereuseu. The mi lowing table shows the ioImi assessment by counties of last year and th.s: Counliu Auatus . . . . Auieiupe inuer .... it mi lie iJoone iiox iiutl. lx)d brown .... Luiiaio ... hurl feuuer .... tan Ceuar Chase Clieiry .... Cneyenn. . Clay Ctil.ax .... Cuming ... Custer Dakota ... Dawes .... Dawson .. Duel , lhxon .... Douge .... Douglas .. Dunuy ... Ktilmore .. Franklin . Frontier 1. 2..tJ2 80 iww w 49, vtl H UjM i lfOtiV, I 14, 6V '&J 2.iu.we i 'i, HA.uO Vi ,,11.1 49 , WM, IM I.1WO tw 1, A,Z4e 14 2, tlJ,,ie irt ,ll.,l Vt i.ai.M ft 1,U6.4 O) l.n.vutf 19 l,;w,Mib 2i) 3. id, .144 i iu,.l,Mo ht lZi.i 1 1,1. a. oil 61 IMS. i;,., 7 l,,V,.4fc, 4 1,.U,UV4 w ili.eoi l i.o.i.eoo Hi ., Ui IM 4,lAJ,4il a k,M,jti d i.V,A W J.l.J.iiD tM the meantime the people sr. saying very little and the Unco'n company Is thor oughly canvassing the town. The Lincoln company expects to have Its system In operation by December. Orders for G. A. R. Department Commander Lee B. Estelle of the Grand Army of the Republic has Issued an order relative to the National encamp ment of the Grand Army of the Republic to be held In Ban Francisco, beginning Monday, August 17. On the 18th will oc cur the grand parade of the army, navy and civil organisations, and on the 19th the Grand Army will parade. Representatives and members of the encampment will meet at Nebraska headquarters. Palace hotel. at 10 a. m. August 18, when badges of mem bership will be Issued. The commander urges those expecting to go to take with them heavy underwear and outer clothes to prevent taking cold when nearlng ths city. He Is desirous that as many as pos- t'TZiZ ij i slble of the department officers, delegates, 2,4m,UI w I past department commanders, comrades j.oo,j4 v) n(1 friendg accompany him on the official i!n.! w train. l,lh.W 21 The commander In his order requests post 1'i2,Il2 m I commanders to send In the name of l.fel.ew 43 live, energetlo comrades as an aide. Ths i.U.ols IM post commanders, he said, were not taking L, fcii u 1 the Interest In the matter that they should. Kurnaa l.fci.&Jo M Uarneld . CoKper . . Urant ... Oreeley , Hall ..... Hamilton. Harland Hayes .. Hitchcock vS2, IX M,!3 40 I,6M,t4i 00 i.OH.Wl 'JO 1,27,643 S5 00 Ml.iAi it . 2.40S.519 U 1.377.H7H M 1. F.24,2 10 2, iS,'7 14 1,31D. M 6W.443 00 34 1.H&B.777 00 8.3y.174 4 1, W4.6.'l 38 227.217 70 . 175.467 40 144t.(M3 45 135 .&62 B 1.71)2.247 00 1.1Z2.W 67 2. TO4.97S M 2.174.7(6 4.M3 .9M 00 '2.S7S.963 00 444 33 9& 1.270,5h2 66 1.672,nW 49 2.490-S77 31 1.819.1X9 28 1.0i.MO SO J.4S1.645 00 64 471 "9 1740.632 22 2.31.S 63 I.4H3,tV W 613.061 78 t,W.6f 24 H.mker Howard Jefferson Johnson Kearney Keith Keys Paha Kimball Knox Lancaster lancoln Logan lajup v Madison McPherson Merrick Nance Nemaha .. Nuckolls v....t Otoe Pawnee Perkins Phelps Pierce Platte Polk Hod Willow ' Pichardson Rock Ballna Barpy Haunders Rcotts Kium UTTJK R .- rj.nu.v7M 41 Pherman SM moux . Vis 7 ,. ,3is.36S 00. ! ITS.S'.S 46 67B.849 19 .. l.C3.57 SO ,. I.S6&.1W 17 1.92S.9R1 00 . 1,728.626 00 S22.M7 37 .. 1.635,715 00 Btanton Thayer Thomas Thurston .- Valley Washington Wayne Webster .... Wheeler fork l.Z34.& 66 l,ui4.tl M .xU.Kil 25 6,a4,Z4i Wl 2o.M4 04 77k.M UU 6t.3U!t 11 l.llh.M 4J0 2.672.;9 U0 2,b,4M W 1.S3H.4.- 7 34. W4 00 KKS,!1 66 2,4J'.WJ 00 174.SH7 01 1.4i.667 90 2,&vla UO 2.OJ0.164 72 1.414.6J2 69 iO,4f4 10 4 61b CIO b32.C72 91 t.240,4xS 70 8,r.'.S,077 94 1,971.177 46 211.041 61 204 35 14 14K3.2 94 187,4i9 34 1,914.646 M 1.5o2.61 W 2,7VO,"5 M 2,26.71 96 t. 274.649 70 2,970.873 00 459.467 20 1X.979 41 1,646.2x3 00 2.7I.2.24S 62 1.S81.0M 97 t 636.9 21 69il,l 26 t.960.463 47 1.439.426 04 I.&n.T&S 17 6X6.060 15 J.6M.&0 29 1,164.914 48 97K.RS4 41 6i6.258 S3 J.632.694 20 1.745,215 00 JfO.250 86 677.391 00 1.094.6SO 00 2.619.459 17 1111.377 00 1.916006 00 220.244 36 l,6si,i 90 Company Refnses Baslaess. Henry L. Haupt, president of the Mon tana Mine Loan & Investment company. has filed a suit In the Supreme court against the Pacific Express company for a writ of mandamus to compel the company to han dle his express. After citing the business transacted by the mining company, Mr. Haupt Includes In his brief an affidavit stating that the express company had on occasions refused to accept shipments from his company, and he believes that unless the supreme court compels ths company as a common carrier to accept all the express the mining company will pay for, that the express company will continue to refuse his shipments, to the annoyance and Incon venience of the mining company. On July 14, 1903, said Mr. Haupt, he gars the ex press company a package containing cer tificates of stock, prospectus and other mat ter and that the company refused to ship It out even after tendered ths money to pay lor it. ine sun was Drought In ths supreme court, said the writer of the brief, because otherwise suit would hare to be brought in ererr county In the state wherein the ex press company did business, consequently quicker action could ba had by coming to tns supreme court. Totals H79.97t.6S7 81 2m, 468,379 44 Tilepkess War 0. Th. telephon. war 1. on tn Lincoln and th. Indications ar. that som. bargain, will be offered before th , Untah. It all cam about by ths Independent com pany securing a franchtos to put In a sys tem la her. in opposition to th. Nebraska LThe new company, which Incorporated under th. urn. of tha Western Union Tel v .nuf. and which has sine. changed H. nam. to th. Lincoln Tphon. company, has begun th. .ration of a build ing on Fourteenth street between M and m . .t when completed, with th. switch board and fixtures In place, H6O.00O. Th. company has also beg-m on Its under ground construction on Fourteenth street e.- v to C streets. Th. company expects to put In an automatlo switchboard with a capacity of 10,009 'phones, and th. contract with th. city calls tor th. system to b. tn .ration by February with 2.000 -phoaes. Th. rental per month per 'phon. Is consid erably less than that now charged by th. Nebraska people and according w lam Lin coln company promoters they ar. having no troubl. In securing subscribers,' This company U Issuing bonds not to ox coed 2400,000. to draw per cent interest and th. contract with th. purchasers Is to th. effect that th. money U to be paid tn Installments, th. last to be paid whan th. 'phone, ar put P and ar. la running order. Apparently th. Nebraska people war. paying no attention to th. doings of th. Lincoln company until this morning, when subscribers of that system received a cir cular letter and pamphlet from President Tost. In this letter Mr. Tost agrees to sell to anyons stock In his system for 1100 a sharw at par, paying per cent interest. H. la offering for sal. $600,000 worth of th. treasury stock. In his circular and pamph let he states that In Lincoln his company Held for Witm Des.rtl.s. TORK, Neb.. July H-8peclal.l-4er1fT Brott returned with William Purmort from south Dakota. He la charged with de serting his wlf. and two children who are residents of this city. At th. hearing b- lor. in. county Judge It appears that Pur- NORFOLK. Neb., July 23.-(8peclal Tels- gram.) Touight brought a closs to the offl clal program of the eleventh annual tourna ment of the Nebraska Volunteer Firemen's association in this city. It was an end to three days of the biggest and most success ful series of racing events ever held In the state, and it brings a grand finale to the largest attended meet yet known. With the grand pageant of the Royal Tiger club, I whose floats have been In course of con struction for many weeks, th. last night of the tourney terminated. John C. Cleland of Fremont, Royal Tiger the I., occupied a float of honor in the pa rade. He was the originator of th. associa tion. Leading the procession of mystic carriages wss that of the state queen. Miss Ella Flynn, who has cheered the Tork boys through their racing. Her attendants were Miss Kate disss and Miss Bessie Wiley of YorkT I'pon a floral float rode Miss Edith McClary, Lady of Klofron ("Norfolk" In verted) and several other floats were In line. Following was the line of march: FIRST SECTION. Chief of Police. Commissioned Offlrers Company L. Band. Officers N. 8. V. F. A. Norfolk Fire Department and Visiting; Fire men. SECOND SECTION. Band. Flam brau Club. City Officers. Traveling Men's Club. Civic Societies. THIRD SECTION. Band. Company L as Guard Lin. for Floats. Wueen's float. Storm King Float Lady of Klofron Floral Float. Royal Tiger Float. Egyptian Float. The Great Manchurlan Dragon. Coaeessloxts Do Bis; Baaiat.ss. Th. crewd during today and this evening kas been one of the largest ever known in Norfolk. Every train coming In today brought enthusiastic backers of their par ticuiar teams and the Interest ran very high at the track all afternoon. Tonight th. streets are a perfect bedlam. Thousands crowd every avenue and It Is a good trick to wedge your way through th. crowd. There ar. bands Dlavlns. sDlelers shouting for their midway attractions and firemen celebrating their victories of ths tourney. Every available Inch of space along Norfolk avenue Is taken with some concession or other and they are all, from th. "hot dog" man to the "Gay Pare." peo ple, doing a tremendous business. Many hundreds of the visitors are star ing up all night long, to -do" tha town and take In the sights. They har. been lolly. good fellows In th. racing together, and they ar. rounding It all out tonight. A wrestling gam. held th. center of th. track tonight at I JO. This morning- Grand Island won the water fight against Holdredg. and th. wet hose rac. resulted as follows: Humboldt first urn. km; Holdrege second, time 421-8 Kearney third. Urn. 42 4-6. - Th. cash prises have amounted to neartv 12.000, and every team has taken a share away. TECUMSEH GIRL'S SAD ENDING Marries m Ms a Who Kills Her aad Ulssself Weddlsg Msfct. TECt'MSEH. Neb.. July 23. -(Special.) Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dunlap of Tecumseh have received the news of the death of their daughter, Grace E.. which occurred In Washington, Pa., Tuesday, July 7. Miss Dunlap taught school In Kdsemont. 8. D., lsst year and while so employed formed th. acquaintance of Rev. A. B. Young, pastor of the Presbyterian church tn that city. The friendship between the young minister and Miss Dunlap ripened Into love and they became engaged to marry. Miss Dunlap left Tecumseh July 1 ostensi bly for the purpose of going to Lincoln to have her eyes treated, but It seems she did not tarry In the capital city. She went on .to Pittsburg, Pa., and was there mar ried to Rev. Mr. Toung. From Pittsburg they went Immediately to Washington and topped ta the leading hotel. A disturb ance was heard from their room during the night but the hotel people paid no atten tion to It. Upon their failure to arise the next morning, however, their room was forced open and a sight was beheld which was horrible In the extreme. The woman lay on the bed with two big holes tn her heart while the man was stretched out on th. floor with a similar wound. His hands were thrown over his head and In one of them he clutched a 32-callbre revolver the weapon which had done the fatal work. Rev. Mr. Young's parents, respected and well-to-do people who live in a little town Pennsylvania, wece Informed of the tragedy and took the remains of both the rtctlms to their horn, town and there burled them. Presumably they did not know who the relatives Of the woman were for they sent no word to this city. rom what can be learned It would sepm insi me iter. Mr. loung was a rsRcal In the fullest sense of the term. It appears ..-v iiou nui oniy piayea crooked In a nnanclal way In places where he was em ployed before going to Edgemont. but that ho was previously married, had secured no divorce from his former wife and that n. deserted her and his little son. taat.a th Caaassiloas. Btanton carries homo th. chamnlonahln belt. The team mad. a beautiful run In 33 3-10. Fremont mad. It last rear in Heword and Fremont U. for sec evldenra T..rn. - .v. . I. " " 1-10 and - w ". , " xni Kearney failed to couple. ""u " time at Omaha and In th. straightaway class A. ISA rarrt. ZZ ttiZZ ZJZ Irk -A k - --naf aS band mMt t: r r r urt Kear tvraimnw in. I ney fifth. "l a "rncient to plao. th. Norfolk won th. straight war ,... r, Drisoner linn until v . -, i wet court .,"7-::?""i.a'": u.me: hl -ond. Humbowt - wiov aa, a i j sat sriinripr i inirn a nn riarba would furnish bond nt tmn . ..v . . win! l i no siai. cnamDIonshln nu ei.. n guarantee to support his family ha could go rree. Bold Forgery at Paplllioa, PAPILLION, Neb.. July . (Special.) What appears to har. been a very auda cious forgery occurred her. yesterday. It seems that a stranger went to the butcher shop of Frank Helsel and presented check for 235 which wss cashed by a daugh- Norfolk third. was won by Holdrege; time. 28: Norfolk second ana Humboldt third. Grand Island won the state chomnion.hm nooa; ana taaaer iaoe, class A; time. 41. Pleie. wok class B championship: time. In th. handicap footrace Halner won his third heat and th. race: time. liV. Sharp of Stanton was second, Bennlsh of ter of Mr. Helsel. It la said th. check was signed by a prominent man of Papllllon. When th. check was presented at th. bank It was found to be a forgery. Mum Helsel says sh. cannot glr. any description of the stranger and'apparently does not want to taut about the matter. Wheat Tlela Lieut. EDGAR, Neb.. July 21 (Special.) Farm ers har. all their wheat In shock and much of th. wheat Is In th. stack. A large pro portion, however, are threshing and mar keting their wheat with as little delay as possible. No little surprise Is felt by farm ers at the lightness of the yield, as th. general expectation was that th. yield would, be rather heavy. .The weather has been fine for harvesting and the wheat Is wall taken ear. of. In th. stats championship coupling con test I org won in th. state championship iaaaer ciimDing. class B, Felsch of Btanton won; time, 4; Burger of Grand Island second; time, I; Krueger of Grand island third; time, 6- Chalrinaa Johnson of th. Board of Con. trot calls it the best tourney ver. Child D re was la ris ef Milk. WOOD RIVER, Neb.. July 2S.-(SpeclaL) Th. year-old baby of Grant Afferbaugh and wlf., living fir. miles north of Wood River, was drowned in a can of milk this morning. The parents were both away from home at the time. The little one was playing near a can of milk and accident' ally fell In and before assistance could reach It It was dead. The funeral will be held tomorrow and Interment will be tn th. Cameron cemetery. Isrveyeri Start Work. FREMONT. Neb.. July 2S.-(8DeclaLV- wora was commenced by surveyors today on running th. lines for the Fremont power canai. Th. surveyors left this rltv tM. morning. They will commence work lust nortn or cedar Bluffs, where ths line r th. canal crosses the tracks of the Lincoln branch of th. Northwestern and work both east and west from that point. The two gangs are working In three sections, one taking lereis. ons the tiiangulatlon and one cross sectioning. Th. work will probably tax. rrora a month to six weeks. A num ber of Fremont young men have secured Jobs with the surveyors. ( Signs of Polluted Blood. There i nothing so repulsive looking and disgusting as an old sore. Yon worry over it till the brain grows weary and work with it until the patience is exhausted, and the very sight of the old festering, sickly looking place makes you irritable, despondent and desperate. A chronic sore is the very best evidence that your blood is in an unhealthy and impoverished condition, that your constitution is breaking down under the effects of some serious disorder. The taxing of strong medicines, like mercury or potash, will sometimes so pollute and vitiate the blood and im pair the general system that the merest scratch or bruise results in obstinate non-healing sores of the most offensive character. Often an inherited taint breaks out in frightful eating sores upon the limbs or face in old age or middle life. Whenever a sore refuses to heal the blood is always at fault, and, while antiseptic washes, salves, soaps and powders can do much to keep down the inflammation and cleanse the sore, it will never heal permanently till the blood itself has been purified and the deadly germs and poisons destroyed, and with S. S. S. this can be accomplished the polluted biooa is punned ana invigorated, and when rich, pure blood is again circulating freely throughout the body the flesh around the old sore begins to take on a natural color, the discharge ol matter ceases and the place heals over. S. S. S. is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in order and at the same time tones up the system and builds up the general health. If you have a chronic sore write us and our physician will advise you without charge. rur swtrr specific co., atxakta, ca. Qaarvel Over Ditches. FREMONT, Neb., July a. (Special. )-Th. board of supervisors has spent most of thl week viewing ditch sites and dislcusslng dralnags ditches and much of th. discus. slou has been pretty warm. This morn Ing there was a brisk Interchange of com pllments between Messrs. Meed and Naves on th. on. sld. and Hepburn and Parkert on th. other, the minority claiming that tt Piatt, ralley got th. best of It In Improv menu generally. All the numerous ditches prayed for were granted except that John Emanuel, which was turned down by a rote of six to one, although the dltcb committee had reported favorably on It. DIES IN CHAIR OF DENTIST Womaa Expires While Having Teeth Extracted la Hastings -Dental Office. HASTINGS, Neb., July 2S.-(SoecIal Tele gram.) Mrs Norah Dlue of Juniata, died at 10 o'clock this morning In Hastings while naving her teeth extracted In Dr. L A. Geoge's dental office. Dr. Schaufelberger administered chloro form and ten or fifteen teeth had been re moved when she rallied sufficiently to arise and expectorate. Sh. then sank back and died. Tym. Jt - . - ucrcueo was a widiur with una son 5 years old and sh. lived upon her farm near Juniata. Dr. 8chaufelberger says that Mrs. Blue passed a splendid examination and that only one-half an ounce of chloroform was ii irequentiy it is necessary to use ss much as two ounces to put on. under th. Influence. rw .Mr Qu-ckly and effectively in all cases of Nervous Headache, Sick Headache, Lumbago, Sea-Sickness, Car-Sickness, Irritability, Periodic, Bearing-Down and Ovarian Pains. "I have been troubled a great deal with sick hesdsche end vomltln(r. The spells cam. on rns at regular Intermix. Dr. Miles' Antl-I'sln 1'ills a recommended by a friend, and I heron taking them whenever occasion required. They always cured the headache and relieved the distress In my stomach. 1 very seldom hsve ihmc spells now. but when I do. it Is when I am very tired and nervous, but ooe pill nlw.iy cures me Thev have saved me much suffering, and I gladly recommend them." MRS. SUSIrt OC.1ERR. North r'lntte. Neb. MR. H. R. HAVENS, one of "our boys." recentlr returned from service In the Philippines, formerly nt AlKinson. .Neb., nut now llvlnic at 11V7 Olive St.. St. Ixuls. writes: "I hsre been a I bee-sn ustna Dr. hsve never found sufferer from sick hesdnrho r 11 my lite until about two years aao. when Miles Anti-Tain Pills, the first doe nfTordlnc me almnnt InMant relief. I anything that does the work an thev do. being entirely different from other headache remedies In that they are not In the le,?st depressing. Whenever I feel thst dreadful sickness coming on i lane a i-ain mi, which always aarus on tne nttsck. Fnr msnv yr have been a constant sufferer from neurnlrla and headache, and hare never been able to receive unv relief from various hendsrhe powders and capeules, until I tried Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They always give me relief, curing my hendsrhe in five minute, time. Tl-ey nre the Pnct remedv for pnln that I hsve ever used, and 1 will never be without them." FRED H. SWINQLET. CasM.r Firt National Itnnk. Atkinson. Neb. "I hate used Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills for nam in my side and shoulders, and received great benefit from them. My husband had neuralgia In his head, and suffered terribly. Th. dor-tor Injected morphine, hut It gave him no relief. I then save him Antl-Psln Pills, and In a very short time lie was relieved of hlx suffering We think they have no equal, and ar. glad to testify to their merits." MRS. MONROE JuNES, David City. Neb. "I had suffered a great dal with headache, and have found that Dr. Miles' Antl-Psln Pills always give me relief. I know of nothing better." MRS. H. R. NEMQH. Virginia City. Nevada. FIRE RECORD. Charged to lacendlarles. POCOHONTAa July 2S.-Incendiarles are believed to be at th. bottom of as se vere a fire as has been experienced In this place for years. 'Threw large business build ings re In ruins this morning, and the to tal loss will foot ap to Hs.000. with $7,000 Insurance, About 2 o'clock this morning- a blase was discovered In the hallway between the Ross Co. drug store and the Exchange Bank building. Considerable security was felt owing to th. fact that a new system of waterworks had Just been established, and no doubt was felt that the flames would be put out after the first alarm Was given. But this confidence soon gave way to gen uine fear, for it was a considerable length of time before the engine In the waterworks could be started. By the time water was flowing the fire had gained such headway mat nothing could stop Its fury. The City Exchange bank. Ross 4; Co.'s drug store and Mclntlre's furniture em porium were occupants of separate build ings, and this morning nothing remains but the ruins of the former structures. E. G. Martin occupied the building Jointly with the Rosa ft Co. drug store. After the water in the mains commenced to flow it was found that the pressure was rery low and of scarcely any value. Beatrice Residence Destroyed. BEATRICE, Neb., July 23. (Special.) The dwelling house of Frank Tlchnor, lo cated In South Beatrice, was destroyed by fire last night about 11:30 o'clock with all Its contents. The building was ralued at 11.200 and was Insured for 1700. The furni ture was Insured for (too. ' Th. fir. was caused by a pet dog knocking th. lamp over. Bla- Cora Crib. l BEATRICE. Neb., July . (Special Tele gram.) A crib containing 1.&00 bushels of corn and a large barn with all Its con tents was destroyed by fir. yesterday on the farm of John Lenners, near Fllley. i nree head of horses perished In the flames. The loss Is estimated at $7,000, par tlally covered by Insurance. Brldare Is Bnraed. TOPEKA. Kan., July 28. The Santa Fe bridge on the main line, near Laklrnj, In Lyon county, was destroyed by fire early today. Traffic was delayed until after noon Through trains from Kansas City and the west were sent over the Ottawa cutoff. erleasly Injnred by a Horse. BEATRICE. Neb., July H (Special.) George Spear, a farmer residing two miles southwest of the city, was seriously In jured by being kicked by a horse yesterday afternoon. He was engaged In hauling grain from a threshing machine and while hitching a team to a wagon one of the horses kicked him In the breast, knocking htm down. In falling he struck his head against the threshing machine and received an ugly acalp wound. . Mr. Spear Is past sixty years of age, but it Is thought no serious results will follow. BEATRICE. Neb., July a. (Special.) The family of Charles Kuhn are at a loas to know of his whereabouts and ar. much worried because they are unable to bear from him. He left this city several months ago on a health-seeking trip to Mexico, and only last week reached Denver on his way home. He left that city Sunday for Bea trice, but as yet he has not put In an ap peaxaaoa, Owing to bis enfeebled health HYMENEAL Three Weddlnas at Beatrice. BEATRICE. Neb.. July 23 (Special.) Three marriages occurred In this city yes. terday. At 4:30 p. m. Rer. D. L. Thomas officiated at the marriage of Mr. Benjamin Llghtner, of Diller. Neb., and Miss Nellie Burket, of Lanham. At 7 p. m. he united Mr. Donald McCollery and Miss Elmlra Howes, both of this city, In the holy bonds of wedlock. At the sume hour the marriage ef Mr. Elmer Torbert and Miss Olive Free man was solemnised at the Congregational parsonage. Rev. O. W. Crofts officiating. The groom Is a resident of Denver, where the young couple will mak. their future home. Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Backache, La Grippe, Pain in Stomach, Ague Pains, Indigestion, Dizziness, Nervousness and Sleeplessness. "Ever since I was a little airl. I suffered with nervous headaches, and as I grew alder they became more severe, and would confine me to my bed for two and three days at a time. The pain became so severe that my head wss drawn back, and air suffering was dreadful. I found nothing that would help me until I commenced to use Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills, which hare greatly benefited me. For the last two years, when I feel one of my headaches coming I take one put. wnicn btik immniiniB reiiei. i nave never oern compeiieo to give up ana sro ta Bincc uniiis vnr-ui. hiao. i.r.w. 7 v . 1 1 jri i .y. r. 1. rnjis i nr, neo. "Dr. Miles Anti-rain mis nave snxed me a great de years. For years eal of mittmrinw riurfn ttt Mtf , iiwuiu, iu ims i nan irrnme speus 01 nervous ana sick Dr nothing I could get would relieve. A friend wanted me to try Antl-Psln PlUa, which I did. and to my surorloe I rot auick relief. I take a Pill one to three times a day. When I take a rllrht coi ana they invariably help me." j. headache, which Us. which I dkL or feel headache coming eo, me." K NOTTS. Beatrice. Neb. "I use Dr. Miles' Antl-Psln Pills, and don't know how to ret alonr without them. .ni. else that I can find will stop sick headache for me. t?ntil recently I had spells nf headache ererr few days, so severe as to seriously Interfere with my business. I found Antl-Paln PlUa relieved les pain at once, and I now use them ss a preventive with great success." ' U J. BLOWKRB, David City. Neb. "During the past five years I have used Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills for all kinds of unpleasant sensations, headache, backache, and stomachache, and I wish to say It Is the best remedy I have found. I consider them truly wonderful." HENRY C. VRBANER. Sutton. Neb. ' "I have been subject to hesdarhes nearly all my' life, and I never found anythlna? ss effectual as Dr. Miles" Antl-Paln Pills. They Invariably help me and my family. They rsTlera almost Instantly and prevest attacks if taken In time." 8. A. BEAK, Palmer. Neb. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by all druggists, 25 cents a box, tinder a positive guarantee that the first box will benefit or money refunded. The Genuine Dr. Miles Remedies are Never Sold at Cut Prices. SHERIFF FOOLS ME CROWD Jett and White Taken to OyntMana bj a Ense. SATURDAY THE DAY SET FOR TfelP Captain Ewn Leaves Jr ion for Leslasrtoa aad Will Then Go to Cyathlana to Testify for the State. LEXINGTON. Ky., July 2S.-Curtls Jett and Thomas White, Indicted for the murder of J. B. Marcum at Jackson, who have been In Jail here for safekeeping, were quietly spirited away from the Fayette county Jail at :45 this morning, put on the 7:06 Louisville A Nashville train and taken to Cynthiana, where they are to be tried by Judge Osborne, July 27. They were taken by Sheriff Lash and his deputy, under an order of the circuit court, and only the Jailer and th. officials knew of the movement. The arrangement announced several days ago to bring troops here and take them Saturday morning now turns out to have been a ruse to avoid excitement. Both men were calm. Ewn Goes to Lealngrton. JACKSON. Ky.J July a. Captain Ewen left today for Lexington. He will go to Cynthiana Sunday to testify against Jett and White. Ewen was escorted by soldiers as far as Torrent. At that t)c the troops left the train and escorted Charles Green, a witness before the grand Jury who has been threatened, back to Jackson. Green Is to testify In the Cockrlll case. It Is claimed that he saw the man who fired' tha shot that killed Cockrlll. Green told a story to the grand Jury which. It Is believed will result In the In dictment and arrest of certain officials of th. county on chargea of bribery and accessory to the murder of Marcum. YOO Or" V A TV j au as vwt PEO 7 M Iff Ptt aiv. or Tt j&as&iwm huh i m iii ii , vMii'i mrwoy More Cheap Excursions Donation to Anelterlnns. Twenty -five per cent of Its receipts from rash subscriptions will be donated by the Omaha Commercial to the Auditorium building fund. The period which this do nation la to cover Is that between July 17 and August The offer of the donation was accepted by the directors of the Audi torium at the meeting held Wednesday evening. The Omaha Commercial Is a new weekly patter established by Edgar 8 Brad'ry, formerly connected with the World-Herald. It la devoted to business and Industrial news. Once Is enough for most people. You never hear of a man eloping more than once or attending n sale when the "reductions" are myths the second time. Those who attended our last Janunry "Get-Busy Kale" are taking advan tage of our present cut In prices of summer wear ables. They saved money then. They're saving money now. Saving money on feather-weight Homespuns, Serges, Wor steds and Crashes. So can you AVhy not? MacCarthy Tailoring Company, now at J04-J0 S. lit St. Neat Door to Wabash Ticket Office. Piioae (80S. VIA Gallty of Manslaughter. PEORIA. Ill . July a.-The Jury in the case of Jack Mulra. who has been on trhU for more than a werk for the murder of Joe Ctscerone, today found the defendant guilty of manslaughter. In a duel with knives st Chlllicothe two months sgo Mulra Inflicted nineteen stllletto cuts on Clscerone. Thev were Italians and the quarrel originated ! when tney were ooys in Italy. Mulra s plea was aeif-def ense. Permit to March Is Hefased. NEW YORK. July 3 Acting Police Com missioner Ebsteln today refused a permit to march through the streets to Mother Jones and her "army" of textile workers. Mrs. Jones came over from Jersey City, where the "army" la, to make the application. Pmra, Pol aad SparkJbvx. Bottled Only at the Brow u y ta St. Lotrfa. Order tress 11. 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