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V. IV U:imiiIm.t
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ayur Unify K. lirHni:
Clerk II- M. S.n'iinli'liM'ii
Treasurer K. W. Ctfiiiont
Attorney II. 1- Travis
rollceJtulne William Vel-r
Marshal It. FltAprald
MKMMKKS or lIUM'll.
First Want KJ r'iti.rniU. V. W. K'nlnmr
Second Ward... Frank Hutlery. W. C. Tlppeiis
Third Ward.. I. II. Ilerold. K. II. Stlt niker
Fourth Ward ..Wm. liallani'tt, K. A. Newman
Fifth Ward I. M. Vmnlran. Win. Sinter
Chicago, St. Joe,
Kansas City, St.
Louis and all
points East and
Salt Lake City,
and all points
Trains Leave as Follows:
No. IH ParlHc Junction 2:.Vi pm
No. 2 Local express, to Iowa points.
Clilcaito and the east 4:Kpm
No. 14-Fast express, dally, from Lin
coln to St. Joseph. Kansas City. St.
Louis. ChlcuKo. and all points east
and south :2T pm
No. ! For l"aclllc Junction 12:52 pm
No. 34 Uh'hI to l'acltlc Junction am
No. 2tl-From Omaha 4:05 ptn
No. 30-FrelK'ht, dully except Sunday. pin
No. 6 Through vestlbuled express for
all points east. 7:2 am
No. 20FBim Omaha. 4:lam
No. IV Local express, dally. Omaha.
Llni'oln, Denver and Intermediate
stations 7:51 am
No. 27 Local express to Omaha, via
Ft. Crook and South Omaha, dally
except Sunday :'ani
No. 7 Fast mall, dally, to Omaha and
Lincoln 2:13 pm
No. 33-Ucal express. Iiulsvllle. Ash
land. Wahoo. Schuyler, dally ex
cept Sunday 3:11" pm
No. i;l-Llncoln. Grand Island. Muck
Mills. Montana and Pacific north
No. 2!l-Local freight, to Cedar Creek.
Louisville and South Hend. dally
pxcent Sunday :S" am
No 11 From St. Umls anil St. Joe anil
Nebraska City 10:25 am
Dally except Sunday
Sleeping, dinlnir and nt-llnlm; chair cars
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold
and baggage checked to any point in the
I'nlii.il si:ites or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps and
IICKI'IS Call Oil or wrue to , . i,. i i
agent, riattsmoutn. .eo.. or ,i. rram is. yuii
eral passenger agent. Omaha. NM.
Missouri Pacific Time Tabic
PACKERS SEE END
CLAIM VICTCHY C'ZX S7R' -EFS.
YARDS TELL DIFFERENT STORY.
Receipts Far Ksie T-si Can Bs Ab
oroeu and Cecuea iiun.p in Prt:&
Is Likeiy Picket. Csu.ui 3re.i-
ft From Entering Plants,
Ciiit-aga. Aug 3. TLo mat lack
ers, whoso ur.iuu t'Uiiiciy i arc on u
strike, i luiiu to be iu a Loiur y ;.-..uu
than at any time since ttu Knu'xio
began. When askisl lor the inkers'
side of the situation, Arthur Meeker,
general manager tor Armi.ur. said:
The strike may be said to be n.'.ir an
end. At the rate we are securing new
employes, it will be only a matter of
short time now until everything
will be in normal condition with us
once more. When tne tjuu-ner worn-
men repudiated their agreement and
renewed the strike, after signing an
agreement to submit all grievances to
arbitration, we made a special effort
to win the fight, and we have b"cn a
great deal more successful In our e:
forts than the most caugulne of the
employers had hoped for. The former
employes' places have been filled bo
promptly that very few of the strikers
will ever be able to get back their
old places, and those who do will come
back as imllvld ia.!s."
This assertion was mu'.e by Mr.
Meeker alter the packers had Irotight
In during the day. Recording to their
estimates, 1,300 new men, and an
other official of Armour & Co. had
said that the packing firms were
doing nearly eighty per cent of their
usual business. Tollce reports of the
number of new employes arriving at
the yards bore out In a large measure
the packers' statements.
Pens Are Filled With Live Stock.
Despite these declarations of the
packers' representatives, the pens are
filled with cattle and hogs that buyers
make no bid for in the market. Out
of the live stock received the last two
days over 19,(ioo sheep and 10,0M)
hogs wero reshipped, and unnold
stoek Is rapidly accumulating In the
pens. Twelve thousand hogs remain
unsold, and the prospect of large re
ceipts la causing the live stock hant'e
lers to fear a swamping of their facil
Itles There are thousands of hold
overs In all departments of the yards
and the rattle In the pens will not all
be out of the way by Saturday night.
In the face of all this shippers are
constantly forwarding stock to Chica
go, and Indications are that there
will be a decided slump In the prices
of live stock.
It Is on this statement and what
further Information their own men
have been able to secure that the strike
leaders base their claims that the
packers arp still badly crippled, not
withstanding statements to the con
trary. A considerable number of
strike breakers were dissuaded from
going to work by the pickets.
The packers claim that 3.036 union
men have returned to their old places,
making the total number of men now
at work ln.84S.
TUAINS OOINO NORTH.
No. 51 5.37 am
No. .57 & pm
No. B 11:05 pm
No. 233 local freight 3:47 pm
TUAINS GOIXtl SOUTH.
No. 58 11.30 am
No. 50 World's Fair Flyer rt:01i pm
No. 52 l-:2 am
No. 211 local freight am
All kind of Dental work. Plates made that
fit. 2fi years ex perlence. Price reasonable.
OFFICE Fitzokhai.d Block.
JOHN Af. LEY DA,
ABSTRACTER OF LAND TITLES.
Preparing abstract of title, conveyancing
. . i. i.... ... I ..tula twwMiil-
ana examining uuw n -' rn" -
ty. Work properly done and charges reason
able, office; Uoonm and 7, John Guild
Hn it n. near uourt nousa. i-ikmiuuuiu
W. B. ELSTER.
. 1 office 10
DR. J. 0. BRUCE
Chronic DlM4ies a Speclilty
P;Coiite lllock. notns22:.snl 22tl. Onice hours
to 12 a. 111., 1 to 3 p. 111. aim . i j f i
polnttncnt. Telephones, office 34 i residence
at rerKins nmei.
V Abstracts 0 Title V
CttTM QHti PrttrtaU PMMMMla
v. .1. s
SAF RESISTS CYSAVITe,
Dand'U Hold Up Rck Isiaid Tran,
but Get Na Money.
Kl r.iso. Tt-x . Aiirt. 1 A 1 iv.it., 1 vifw
hih has jut art:'d vi'!; i ':'
ei'.'.n frotu S;tnt.i K.a nur!
Ho, L Isit'il p:i- :i- 1 11.:.. ;
was held up at l.oi;a:i, ,N
and rolitusl by ttu.v tin i
Conductor Jihn XCrk res s
was shut in tl.o Us Oltn-vrs i
the trail of the bu-r.. wl. 1 .1:
lu-ved in Ik' the lCvuv.s g tns
Wclls FarKo olllciali. say t.'.ct.
only $7 In th, sale wl.un l. lei' I, -r
KtiginoT li E. Watker r.ut ! 'i'.e
following statitiitnt irr.ccrniu the
holdup; 'We had made cur ri r ihr
stop at lKun. when In t h niv '. ' and
fireman were covenM with suns and
ordered to move tip. We did a or
dered and stopped the tntn at the
end of the switch. Th robb then
tad us uncouple the mall mil express
cats and run a short distance up the
track, vhere they again ordered us to
stop, when they ppoceMed to enter
the express car and attacked the
through safe with explosives. They
exploded two Thirds of dynamite on
the safe, but fallod to effect an en
trance. Having used up all their ex
plosives, they made off In the dark
ness. The mall ear and passengers
were not disturbed. The explosions
badly wrecked the express car r.nd
wife. The local safe did not contain
any money, consequently the robbers
dirt not secure anything. "
A posse from Delhart, headed hy
Sheriff J. N. Webb, was rushed to h
scene of the holdup and at a late
hour It Is said they have the throe
robbers surrounded and expect to
make a capture.
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Murderer Suicide in Cell.
Chicago, Aug. 1. After a week of
mental angvlsh, during which he con
tinually wept and prayed, Frank Hen
edetto, who murdered his wife during
a fit of jealousy, committed suicide In
the county Jail by hanging himself.
The murderer made a rope of the
sheet of the bed, tied on end around
his neck and the other to the highest
available point In the darkest corner
of his cell. Then he lifted his feet
from the floor and slowly strangled
Dana's Wound Self-inflicted.
New York, Aug. 1. Having been
told that he would almost n-rtainly
die within a very short time, but still
believing that ho will get well, Sam
uel L. Dana, the young bank clerk
found In Central park with a bullet
wound close to his heart, admitted
that the wound was self Inflicted.
Dana's father Is on his way here from
Fairfield, la., and will arrive today.
STOCKMEN MAY INTERVENE.
Cattle Raisers Will Probably Try to
Settle Strike at Packing Houses.
Denver, Aug. 3. The News says
that a movement to Intervene In the
great packers' strike In the east will
result from a meeting of live stock
men from all parts of the west which
begins here today. Stock gn. 'ers
from practically every state west of
the Missouri river are In Denver, and,
because of a lack of demand tor their
cattle, they will start a campaign as
the Independent party, to secure an
immediate settlement of the strike.
The stock men have been called to
meet federal officials and to discuss
Peace and Quiet In Strike.
South Omaha. Aug. 8. All the
packing plants with the exception of
the Omaha received reinforcements
of men. Strike breakers were brought
In by railroad and some arrived on
the street cars. No effort was made
by the strikers to prevent these new
men from entering the packing
houses. Fewer strikers than usual
watched the unloading of men at
Swift's and Cudahy's. At Armour's
the cars containing men are switched
onto the Armour tracks from the
stock yards and strikers are not al
lowed on private property, so men
destined for this plant are nerer molested.
Strikers' Cavalry Troop Mustered Out
Lincoln, Aug. S. By order of Gov
ernor Mickey, the South Omaha cav
alry troop of the state militia was
mustered out. Tho membership of the
troop was composed largely of stock
yards and packing house employes,
and In view of the butchers' strike at
South Omaha, the action of the gov
ernor Is regarded as Interesting. Gov
ernor Mickey gave as his reason that
the troop had failed to meet the re
quirements of the military code of
Donnelly at St, Joseph.
St. Joseph. Mo., Aug. 3. Michael
Donnelly, president of the butchers'
union, addressed the striking pack
Ing house employei In South St. Jo
seph. Donnelly said the strikers
would win In the battle with the pack
ers and that they are becoming
stronger all the time. In obedience
to an order of the federal court the
strikers have withdrawn all pickets
and nonunion workmen enter the
plants here at will.
Russians May Co In France,
Cherbourg, France, Aug. 3. A
trustworthy report Is current here
that six Russian warships are expect
ed to coal at thla port shortly.
Stone Released From Prison.
Des Moines, Aug. 3. After eight
years In the insane ward of the Ana-
mosa penitentiary, where he had been
committed for the murder of Frank
Kahlor, a prominent shoe morchant
John W. Stone has been released, hav
ing regain. d his reason during his
kiii-Ii as 1 lie ci 11, 1. .! i 'iv.l
tlie liol tl oi' Hie to;,! , l.y .
tliu.'.s 011 the urniin I m ! .le '
a mimic t . r u 1 1 1 1 .-- un 1
trictsi by luvoLhu to.- 11. r
wlni somehow iitniiiivil lUii'.u, Lie lai r
die nueai 11 liUane ri'imt al.ni an .1 in.i
Klclnu. He beliees in soicitei s. ot
whom a gooillj number practice pro
fcMsloiially on bis Ulaibl, sellitu to bilii
lUiiong other womlcr work hi ;; cIi.iiiiis
gritcNiiic colored llimxcs of St. l'aill to
Imj attaclnsl to barren fruit trees an. I
barrels In which wine has souivil. He
U'lieves thitt a person tiorii on a I'll
day Is able to pristict the future atnl
that a person Imru on June '.". Ithe fete
of St. l'uul, w ho wiih unharmed by the
viper whlcii t'lieirclisl his I111111I) Is able
to ilo both tln-sc tilings and to charm
SORRY SHE SPOKE.
Th Mlilakr That Wnm Hailr l a
New ork Milliner.
One of the richest unit most promi
nent society women In New York
cnught an unexpected glimpse of the
reverse side of a I'lftli avenue trades
woman's manners the other day. The
society woman In question Is very
iitilet and liuo.stentntlotis in her dress,
nnd It Is only the appointment of her
eqtilpace that betrays the fact that she
Is wealthy. She stopped her carriage
oiw'ddc the establishment of 11 fashion
able milliner, entered nnd addressed
"1 nee you have In your window a
sign, 'Apprentice Wanted,'" she began.
The milliner eyed her contemptuous
ly from the crown of her tinniest lion
net to the tip of her common sense
"You would not do at nil." she said.
"I want a ladylike person who can
w ait on customers."
"1 w ished to place one of my maids
with some one from whom she could
leant millinery while I 11 111 abroad,"
continued the visitor quietly, "but I'm
afraid you would not do."
As the footman opened the carriage
door for his mistress the horror strick
en milliner recognized too late the liv
ery of one of the "llrst families" of
New York. New York Press.
CROWS AND ROOKS.
Death of Mrs. Miles.
Washington, Aug. 3. The news of
the death of Mrs. Nelson A. Miles at
West Point was received with pnv
found sorrow In military circles, anil
telegrams cf condolence wen sent to
General Miles from officers on duty
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Features of the Day's Trading and
ChlcnKo, Aug. U. W limit fur September
delivery sold on the bourd uf truck' toUiijr
fur 944 c, un advancH of "JVWujc compureil
wltb Hiitttriluy't closliiK figures. Th
harp upturn was due to alarming reports
uf rust iliinuigii to npiinii wheat In the
umthwoKt urn) ti almost rquallr pessl
mlatic advice from fori'lgu countries.
Tht market closed practically at the IiIkIi
point of the day. Other frulns were latin
enced hy thp atrenittb of wheat, Septem
ber com closing with a guln of 2VVi(JVe.
Outa wera up lillVy. Provlslona wr
unchanged. Clntlng prlrta:
Wheut-Sept., NVio; Dec, 04c; May, !W4.
Coru-Kept., 63c; Dec. 4IH40: May, 4H.
Oatu Kept., 34V: lec., Xr; May, 31.
Pork-Sept I12.WV4: Oct., $13.IW.
Lard-BepTT. rt.05; Oct., 7.03U,.
Klba-8ept., Oct., $7,074
Chicago I'nsh Prlct No. 2 spring wheat,
11.00; So. :t spring wheat, OHr; No. 2 hard
wheat, 98VI!P! No. 3 hard wheat, 9KH
B34e; No. 2 cash corn. G'JWJVir: No. 2
caah outs, Ve.
Chicago Live Stock,
Chicago, Aug. 2. Cattl Beoelpta. 3,000;
dull to lower; good to prim steers. $.1.00
1720.23: poor to medium, $4.0094. M; atock
era unit feeders. $2.(Va-T7J; helfeni, $2.KV,
4.75; canner. $1.,VXh2.CpO; bulla. $2.00a
4.00; calrea, $X00(iW.O0; Texaa fed ateera,
$.1.0n;i4..V). Hoga Receipta, today, 18,000;
tomorrow, 20,000; dull and V$10r. lower;
nilinri and hutrhera, $.Vjnni,", 43; good to
choir hary, $A.2.V$S.4T: rooga bearjr,
$4.Wy.M10; light, $3 l.Vuft.43; hnlk of Mies.
$5.iRC.35. Hhtep-Kecelpta, 14.000; steady;
good to eholoe wethern, $.1.7S"t.4.2r; fair
to choice mlied, $3.0iVrt.l.75; western
aheep, $:t.7W4.40; native lamha, $4.0017.00;
western lamha, $4.7.VyO.S."i.
South Omaha Live Stock.
Ponth Omaha, Aug. 2. Cattle-Iteeelpta,
1.200; slow, generally ateady: native steers,
$4.UKiio.lO; eowa and heifers, $n.0iV(N 40;
western ateera, $S.2.V(j4.(; Texaa ateera,
IJ.TVit.'l.oO; range eowa and heifers. $i.()o'.f
1IHO; ciinnera, $l.."iV(j2.n5; Btorkera and
feeders, $2..W14.0il: eiilvea. $.vnri Z';
bulla, atags, etc., $2.'(i4.oi.- Hogs- Re.
relpta. R.200; TpfiilOc lower; heavT, $4
4. P.": mixed, $4.KV,M.PO; light, HWVtfYOO;
hulk of anlea. $4.!V,i4.!)S. fheep- Kecelpta,
2.VV1; KV.il.V lower; western yearling".
$.1.7VT(4 JO; wethera, M. 40(714.00; ewes.
JIKianO; eommon and atockera, $2.IVii
8.30; hitnha, $4.7V!Iil.t0.
Kansas City Live 8tock.
Kanaaa City, Aug. 2.-Cattle rtoeelpta.
12.OO0; ateady to 1.V owr; rholr export
and dreased heef steera, $3.2,V(tt1 (X); fair
to good, $3.7T(Ifi.OO; western fed steers.
t.l.So'Uo.Sn; atorkera and feadara, $2.Xid
4.30; oatlra eowa. $lr7VT4 20; natlra belf
era. $'.!.. Vry.IS; bulla, tl.ZMM; calve
$5..Wi(,',fl0. Hoga-Kecalpta, IS.BOO; SiJIOe
tower; top, $TftO: bulk of aalea, $.t.onr,
B.12H; heavy. $4 0orttS.in; packara, $5 OtJ
B UH; plga and light, $4.TrVa0.30. HkMp-
Raeelpta. 3.0) ); atrong, actlvt: waaterna.
4.2.VU4.H3; fad aw.a. $1.00(1.79; stock!
04 faodert, $2.30.1 .
There Are Many I'olnla uf Dlftrrenre
i4-4ll I'llf-av lllrila.
Scientllleally corvus Is the generic
title of the bird family which includes.
crows, rooks, ravens and Jiickdaws.
A Ililllll Ulstllictioll Is'tweeti cruWH
and rooks is that black nnd gray crows,
which are found always In pairs, are
migrants, i-etrentliit; soutliwniil with
the uilviitice of winter, while rooks arc
Kresnrlous 11111I reiiinlti where they have
been In the habit of nesting. Crows
too, are carrion eaters, while rooks,
thotiKh fund of Krulis and worms, will
not touch dead things unless driven to
do so by huiiKcr.
The must obvious individual jmlnts
of difference between the two are the
absence of feathers from the fan; of
the udult rook, kIvIiik It a vulture-like
look, to which Its characteristics other
wise hardly entitle It, and the fact
that Its feathers nro of a rich purple
black, almost Iridescent, while the
plumage of the black crow Is In shad
ing somewhat like n badly polished
boot ami possesses but little luster.
Wood a Shora In Holland.
"The wooden shoe," said a native of
Holland, "id worn almost exclusively
by the peasant classes, and they find
them more comfortable than the leath
er shoes thut are worn In Amerlcu, The
foot Is clad In a heavy woolen stock
ing and then slipped Into the slioe
without fastening. They never fnll oft
because the people are used to wearing
them. They would not exchange, be
cause any other kind would not be
comfortable. The shoes are of elm
wood and cost from 10 to 13 cents of
American money. Two pairs will last
As a species of hardened criminals
among placid herbivorous animals none
Is worse than the bison, or American
buffalo. Toward man and beast and
even among themselves these vicious,
vindictive and agUu brutes, whose half
brothers on the other continents do not
fear even the terrific onslaughts of
Hons and tigers, are in a state of al
most continual warfare. Tbey are
among the wickedest rogues evur seen
In a oo. MeCiure's Magazine.
A llalarr of IMrklea.
"Anything I can do for you, mad
am?" asked the clerk In the sied store,
"Yes," answered the sweet thing,
tapping the counter with a tapering
finger. "I wish to ascertain If bottled
pickle seeds will grow na well as those
of the bulk variety ?" Indianapolis
Smith I woke up hint tilght with a
horrible suspicion that my new gold
watch was gone. 80 strong waa the
Impression that I got up to look.
Hrown Well, was it gone? Smith
No, but It was going.
. S. fit! .ftftk r '
As 1'gct.itili? Trc pnrnl ion Tor As -sliiiin
: inO Hie tiHKl and UcvJ ula
1 ln tlio Slomaclis luut 13wvis of
Proinoli's PiMlion .C'rvrful
nt'fts.'intl Ilk'sl Contains hoIIIht
Oimun.Morphiiu nor Mineral.
wi .'hiii rknw.
Avrfcrl Hcineily forfonslivi
lion, Sour Sloiiuu-tvlli.irrlxH'n
Worms .Convulsions lowrish
nrss nnd Loss of Sijcki'.
FacSiniile Snjnolure of
tXACT COPY QT WBAPPCR.
For Infants nnd Children.
1 The Kind You Have
TMa aairreva aeaeaar. ana tana am.
.In mutiny's, troiiHorinu'H ninl for
ovcrcimts nrc now to ! hccii in nil
tho latent uovt'lticH from Knlish,
Scotcli and American niaiiufaetu
rei's. We will make your Spring
overcoat or Hiiit in llie liet ami
HWelleht htylo ami of artistic ele
gance at 11 reasonable price.
I'iftli and Main Sts. 1'pstalrs
BUY IT FOR
The Reliable Store
YOU CAN I
BUY IT FOR
Well Worth Considering
Is the fact that in trading here you have the advantage
of the larst stock west of Chicago to select from. That
we handle nothing but the best grades of goods. That wc
guarantee to save you money on all lines of goods, allow
i g you t) be the judge of value. If upon examination you
a-e not satisfied with your bargain return the goods. Wc
will refund your money. Could you ask anything wore fair?
Furnishing Goods Bargains
our r urnisnmjr tiorxn impariment ny
fur tho larpeat In the weat fairly brHtles with
bargains fur this week. A few of tliem are:
Lading' minim powns, lace and embrolHory
trlmmod, worth up to COft
2.00 at DJU
Ladies' Llale VcaU, fancy yokes, silk
taped, worth up to 3!)o at I 2w
Ladles' whlta skirts, trimmed with deep
flounce of lace and embroidery 110
worth up to 3.00 at liJJ
Infants' Jacket made of soft flannel C
cloely trimmed, worth up to Xk at .. .Ou
A nine phlloaopher glres ua thla ad
Tire: "Tall tha truth to at Wast Urn,
man your doctor, your lawyrr and
Ladlft' corset covers (lightly soiled
worth up to 50o at
Ladles' hose from the Levensan stock, togeth
er with all broken lines of our own stork
that tuld at 60c, choice
23 and 39c hose at 12c; 15c and 10c Men' madras shirts (1.00
hose at He value at
New style corsets worth up to
ai. w, great snap at
An M's fancy hoaa worth up to Q'n
39C :5c per ralr at
15o rubber collars 0
Men's balbrlgan underwear 50c l)C each L2v
to 1.00 values ZOU . v
l-io men heavy 7
Men's summer sweater In nlaln and loc Ial
fancy colors worth up to in a 23c neckties
fl.00 at lab at
linotlier Bis Purchase of TABLE LINENS and DOMESTICS
F. om F. Lcvenson, 1833 N 24th St., thU htock now on sale at 3.1io on the
IJU acbed muslin, free ftom dresslnj; and soft finish, Lavensoa
price 8k' yard, now 18 yards for
Furo white cambric, toft finish, a big bargain at 12ic 71
on sal at yard I'
Hemstitched pillowcases, 43-ln. and 45-ln. by 3fl ln. long with wide QI
hems and well mads, regular 18o value, limit 12 10 a customer, each.... I L
Fancr white curtain material In lace work, 1 yard wide, regular 101
selling price V yard, sale price yard IL
Large damask towel, (ringed In plain red and blue borders 24-ln wide Q
and 4 Via long, regular Ve, on tale at I)
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