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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1893)
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WE&N J1SDAY , AUGUST 23 , 181)3 ) ,
. . FOIl THKSK COLUMNS
ADVKltTlSK.MK.NTS 12:30 : p.m. for thn tivrnlnc
find until 8:30 p. m. for thn morning nnu Sunday
j ! Ad fortifier" , liy rrquesttnif n nmnberrd cheek ,
ran liaTflllielrnnMvprnaddrennetl to n ntimbprwl
letter In care of TUB IKE. Annwrni no ndrtrefwU
will bn clellrrri-d upon prf" jnlatlon of the check.
811 UAT1ONS W ANTED.
tlnlen 1 ! < < ! n vrbnl flrnt Inwrtlon. le a word Ihcro-
nfier. Nothing taken for IPM than 2Bc.
A" rYLjAnnm\vYuK I.IFK
Tel. G6B , furnish buHlni'H ! ) men nteiiofrr.iphers.
g4l > 317
AWANTKD. POSITION WITH WELL KS
llRlinl nrm by yonnr mnn with Homo knowkiltto
bookkeeping , lle.fcrunce.8. Address , O 'M , ' . ' 'I'- ,
- POSITION WANTED DY LADY STKNOQ-
rnpher mid typowrUuri references furnlnmMl ,
AiMreinOlll. lieu. M301 ttS'
A -1'OSITION WANTED. 1JV YOUNO MAN
Jl MenoBrnpher and tiHHlstnnt bookkeeticr. KJC-
iwrlence. Keforeiico. Can fiinilsh niarlilno. Ad-
dre B O 33. HIM ) . MM73 8 1 *
WANTED MALE HELP.
RatRR IKc a wonl tlrst Insertion , le a word there-
nttor. Nntlilnir taken fur ICBH than i5c. !
i SAI/A"RY on
I'liamlln the Patent ChcinlRiil Ink Krnsrr Voncll.
Iliflnicmttmi-fnl nnd novel Invention of then n.
KntMnH Ink thoroughly In two Boconiln. Works llko
tnnitlc. 200 to BOO poi'cenl profit. Agouti ranking
SMI IKT wrok. Wn nlno want n ci-noral nirciit to
tnkt > cliarfto' of territory nml ni | > nlnt mib nirnnlH.
A rarr chnnin to mnkn money. Wrlto for terms
Jiml n Hprrlmi'tt of craHtng. Mourou Kraulne Mfu.
Co. . X M , I i CniHBo. Win. _ BHO
H-IK votl WANT A GOOD 1'AYINO JOlt WHITE
JHhu HawkH Nursery Co. , MHwaukuo , Win.
W803 S3 *
| l-lO YOU WANT TO IIECOMK A FIRST CLASS
J/fuilrmnzm wlthn chance of becoming a collec
tor nml work for thn Singer Mfff. Co. If HO apply
lit SIIIKIT onion IMS DoiiEla . 101 Slit
II WANTED. FIUST CLASS MK1MCINK
J'for Hln-i't work or traveling , Addrean Box linn
Council llliiltH , la. JWI'2 ' - ' !
| | WANTMD , MKN TO TllAVMIj. ituO TO $101
Jjiir month. Slono is , Wulllinrton. Maillnon. WlH
-WANTED , JIKN TO WOUK WITH C1UCUS
Apply to A , It. Webb , cook , tent , Achim Fore
DaiiBli Shown. Mi7B.S3 : !
T _ \VA NTF.D , OENEnAL AOKNTS SKLTJN C
Jnnw nrllelua to dualcra. KxclimlVo territory
iiocompclltlnni no capital requlrexli' 'JOII to : iH (
l > cr cent profltf Sain plc > H ami circulars True. Sem
4 centa pOHtnco. Columbia ChRiQlcnl Co , , : ) ' . ) '
Beduwlck St. , Chicago , 111. M3UO ' - ' ; !
TJ-WANTKD. nnsroNsinLE . MAN WITT
J Jhormi anil wagon , for city delivery. Wlmon
-7th and Grant. Mntiil . ! !
UateH.lMetvwonl HrHthmcrllon , lo a-wordthero
fter. Nolhlin ; taken for IUHB than U" > e.
-if'jO.OO WKKK. WHITINO AT HOME
m > . Flora C. Irurn , Uox Ul. DIM
Molm-H , la. l t ' 4 *
- LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Wl
C-WANTED from if5.00 lo * 1-MM ) per week t
work for UH at your homes : Htrlctly homo work
jio ciinvnr yinc ! Bend Hulf-nildrcHNdl cnvclopt
( leonru V. Emmons St Co. , llHUuryinarch nml Wate
HlreclB , Ikmlon , Mann. JIH75 21 *
WANTED , G1IIL. GENERAL HOUSEWOHK
Hiuall family. 111 ! . ' South Tenth al. illg
ri-WANTED. A NUKSE OIKL TO TAK1
Vx'chnru'U of 11 child 1 year old. Mrs. Woolaoi
Il'Jli ! 1'opplelon avenue. SIl7t'fi ! ! *
A OOOD COOK AND LAUND11ES3 WANTEt
Mi-8. K. McCormlck , 'JOS S. Had SI. Mlllilf S4
WANTED A" GOOD OHIL FOU OKNEKAI
houHowork. lira. Woolaon , 8212 1'opploto :
nve. MS71 iiS'
1OB BENT HOU3E3.
Union , Ifle a line each InRorlton. $ l.r 0 a line pc
month. NolhhiK takLMi for le.su than UOc.
T - FOIl "UENTlOUSlCa I IN ALL I'AIITS O :
JHam . TliuO. F. Davis company , 1 COS Fat
TV - ! ! AND4-UOOM APA11TMKNTS , VON DOIl !
.1 / block , with steaiiii references required ; HI
> -FOIl KENT , 7-llOOM MODE11N FLAI
Liiniro block , UOOS.llilh at. ii : < 5
[ IENT , 10-room hou e , all modem In :
ArtH , H:18uoutlil'Jth : HtrcuU Inqnlrii -"I
Chicago. , MiOi ( )
IV * 'ountt : < 5r--3.1NiNK-riooM HOUSE , AL
J-'modftrn oonyohli icefi ; barn ; olog.-int luwi
lln'eHlmde. No , aid S. 3lBtavo. ; M. J. ICrtumin
. Y Llfi ; nulldliyi M liOB
- - COTTAGE , 11ODEIIN. CIIOICR. I
JD Stnnford ; CiroloJJ'tiiE. Elciilltor ; lO.J.Uoo ! bhlar.
* * rt * * 7ii-
S-ROOM. TIOUSE , MODERN , NEAR I1US
D I iicBS , rqnt moderate. Apply 201 lloo bulldhig.
D-FOll IlKNT , NICE F1VK-UOOM COTTAO1
* 1'J. ( ) ( ) . Itrtiulro room aio , Now York LI I
bulldlni ; , M7U3
B FOH RENT , 7-llOOM HOUSE , LA11O
barn , city water , bath nnd clntem ; reaHonah
lo right thirty. Call at O. F. ElH.isBbr , N. E. conn
l-lthanUFani.ini. " oul
TA-DETATOHED. JIODEIIN 10-llOOM IIOUS1
J-'no b.-iRvment ; tCUl California. Infoiinnlh
cull at IHV'lt Kiirn.iin/- MDOU 'M'
T\-FOU IIKNT. FLAT ] T-UOOM , COIINE :
J-'wllh ramrn , 701 S. Kllh Blreel. ChurluH \
llallerNo. fill 1'axton block. 180 Bl4-
1-V-FOH KENT , C-IIOOM COTTAGE NKWI.
J paperiKl on Soulh 17lh. near Jacknon , Inqul
ROi ! South lllth Ht. 1118 i.2'
D 11-JlOOM MODEHN HOUSE WITHIN 5 Mil
nleH walk of 1 > , O Inqulro 11)11) ) ) Dodfru. Jin
D-7-UOOM PLAT. $20 I'EIl MONTH. UEFE1
j-iicfs reiiulred. Wright & Lasbury , Kith ai
Howard 834 2'J1
D S-IIOOM COTTAOn NEAll CABLE AK
motor llneH.U.00 puriiionth , Writ-la , t T.n
bury , lOlh nml Ilownnl. 3H5 'J'J
\r\-FOU KENT , 8-llOOM MODEIIN 1IOUS
- J'fnrnlHlieil nr unfiinilHlinl , or will taltii runt
boanl , Addix-HsO IB , lleo. ilOS 'Ji' '
"fi FOH "KENT , r UOOMS , $111,00 ; : t uooiii
Jl/tfS.OU , ( III I South 17lh Hlreot. M350 2'i
-FOU KENT NEW 8-llbOM COTTAG
full lot : nil modern hnprore.me.nta ; peed b.u
Ailill-o.au O 111' . Iluu M870 ' . ' 4' '
FOB RENT I' pltNlSHED ROOM. )
IlatuH.lKo wonl rlr t liiHertlon , lea word thci
nltur , Nothlmr l.-iken for IHHS than L'.lc ,
E-FUKNTsiIET 'itOOM " YviTYf ALCOVE V (
trviuluiiiunuiodcrn couvciiluucoa , ai'O North'Jl
17I-FORN1SHED ROOM WITH ALCOVE. SOU1
-Jfront ; nlsn small rooms , with or wllhout boai
Mrs. Knlglil , No. 2310 Doiiiilas slreol. 041
I7-F1NE FURNISHED ROOMS. 2005 BIJRT S
M 700 H3
I 7-NlCBLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO REN
Jwllli or wllhout boanl. Call at 2107 Douglas
E-TWO FIIUNISIIED UOOMS FOIl GENTL
men only , 625 South Ulllh Htreei , Mlil
TO IIIIIENTKD , ! 1 KKONT UOOMS , FU
nlHhed or iinfnrnlHhed , wllh Imth , eonvenleul
both motor and eablu C.-II-H , Uuort > W , llolbroi
room 7 , lll''tl Fnniani at. IBi
ETTuiGl-rsoUTII FllONT KOOM.'ALL MO
ernVllllS , Ihirney. M UJII ill
-FtlllNISHED ilOOMS FOUHENT. 1010 J'Al
avo. Vtlll ' 'a
" \7-I-'UHNISllKD \ UOOMV1T1111ATII , fil.Olil
J'Jiiioiilh. 11)11 ) Fai-nam HI. Millll-ji :
1 f FOU iTi-INTT KLKOANTLY FUKNISIII
J Hieam hi-aled i-ooniH. III.S. ) Kllh St. tliil-- '
rTTRNl'SHED ROOMS ANJ ) BOAIl
HnlcH.lUo u wonl llrut Inaertlon , lo n word Ihu
nfler. Nothing laktu f r loss Ih.m 'JSo ,
1. ' YOUNO"WOMEN'S HOME UNDElToAKK
J WoiiiinrHClulMUuii UbHociatlon,111 s. 17th HI
V-TIIK DOf.AN.'JOD AND iill N. 18T1I ST.
lATHE TATIr.DUOl'KAN : HOTKLNl-JwZ
J eleirnntly fnniutheil I-OOIIIH for rint by Uay
wifk ill i-oahonablo rahm. Emery A Sjirall , l :
10 laia DdnylJH Hii' < H.ii. M4HIAV ;
V > - jlKa'lKAlILK FUHNISHED Oil UNKl
J nWied roi-iim wllh bcanl. The Pn-ntur. lie
UTilh UriHil , M"U5 'Jl
3 j "NICELY FtiiiNisiiin : UOOMS AND no.\
ill Ihu Wubaler , aid and & 1H N. IVth hi.
1 WANTED , COIIl'LE TO iToAUD WITH I1
vulu family ! laivo inodvrn houho , laun. pa
BlliH-t , AOUroiMi O ill ) , Hoc , ; )4U' ) " .
r6lt RENT "UNFXJRNISH'D BOOI
HaloH. IKu n wonl nrHl liiM. > rtio7uenwontthii
alter. _ NplldiiK lakt-n for let.it than sc.
pVasbUTH-FTlONTUOJ.MS. DOS N.
G-FOHll MODERN ROOMS. FIRST FLO !
near park , very deslrnhlo , 1301) S , 2Hih ntn-i-
n-FOJl. KENT. SVLENUID DENTAL Off
v'jimlu ft-rpom tUl at 'Ml N lillh t > \ . lii2 ! - . '
FOH REMT STOitES AND OSFlOi
, in < jn llii-xiiiwh lime. . Una
moinlu Notlihiic Uikcu for U-n tuitii I-
ITOU "llKOT7 'HnB"l'
hour in J iti Barnaul blruul ,
I FOU ItKNT. COMl'LETKI.Y KIJUNIS1
nn > taur nl , iirejuip houao. dtilnir tlrHlclana ti
iwMaliiuiuiufiliTr Iwht loeJilons In Iho oily ,
rjulrn HOi So. ISlh St. . up maim aim- :
FOR RENT STORE8 AMP OFFIOE8
Tin ) biill'lln ? liirt n fireproof co-
rnr-tit lOTftumpnt , complete Hloani lieatlni flxlures ,
wnler on nil the lloors , Bas , etc. Apply nt Iho ofllco
of The lleo. 'HO
T -OFFICES CHEAP , WITHNKLL DLOCK. ISTIt
1 nml Haniey. M311S 111 *
nntes , Ida a line each Inscrllon , $1 " > 0 a line per
month. Nothing lakun for luai than . 'c.
TOKNT. . rTuKE JB.OO A DAY. OUEATEST
kitchen utensil ever Invcnttil. Ilctnllft for as
cents ! ? to ( I nolil In rvery house. Sample , post-
neo paid , C cunts , McMnkin & Forahcu , Clnclnnnll ,
WANTED TO RENT.
Hates , IMe n wonl tlmllnnortlon , lo n wonl llicro-
nftcsr Nolhlnif taken for loss lliaii V5c. ! _
K -WANTEDUOOMS AND IIOA11U POU FAMILY
of four In prtrali ; IIOUHO west of L'Olh nt. near
. hohool AUdresH O ' , lleo. 171) )
K-WANTED , TWO FUHNISHF.D 11OOMS.
front nnd hack parlor , for four ! central loca-
lion. Addn. iO ill , lleo. tl7jL"l' : :
- FIIIINIHHKD COTTAGK OK P-UU-
K-SMALL for ) io\mckwpliiffj \ centrally lo-
c.ited. AddKBB O I ! ! ! , lleo. 1:174 : 'J3 *
nates , 1 Oca line each Insertion , $ l.fiallno ( per
.ontli. ! : Nolhlnn lakcn for los < i than 'J3c.
STOUACJi : FOIl HOUSEHOLD OOO03 :
M clean nnd cheap rates. 11. Wells , 1111 Farnnni.
WANTED TO BUY.
Ilatca. IHo a wonlflratliisorllon , loa worJ there-
nfler. Nothing tuke.il for Icaa than U3c ,
NCASlf VAID" FOIl "GOLD" D siLV EIl.
N- Jacobaou St Klsolo , room 11,1515 DonclaH HI.
M7-0 Aal *
AT-CASII FOR FUIINITUIIEHOUSEHOLD
Li BoodH , pic. , or will Bell for owner In our riucllou
BiilcH. U. WcllH. HU Faniam. MS
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
Italea , IMo a wonl flrathiBcrllon , lea word thoro-
nfte.r. Nothing taken for loai than liuc.
" -FOIl KENT Oil SALE , ilKST MAKE UT-
rlitht piano. Inqulro room aOS , Flrat National
FOR SALE , ACOIIN HEATING STOVE ,
Wentern Ulamond cook atovo , and oak dlnlnc
nom set : almoBlnew. Inquire al 10(1 ( Stanford
Clrelo , J-llh and Vlnton ala. Madi !
FORSAKE HORSES , WAGONS.KTO
llnlCB , IMc a wonl llrst Insertion , lea wonl thero-
nflur. Nollilns liUen ; for U-an than Me.
I > -FOIl SALE CHEAI' , A NICE I'ONY CA11T
Inqulro at 1(114 ( Cumin ? alreet.
IJ-l ST CLASslOAllDINO Jt LI VKHY.WINDSOII
JL BlableB , 1410 Davenport ; Htorago for carriages
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hales. IHca wonl Ural Insertion , lea word there
after. Nothing taken for loss than 'JSc.
- SALE , A UEGULAT1ON SIZE I1IIUNS
Q-FOR Haiku bllllanl lablo , raukcm > a nnd b.-illH
Everything In llrat-claai Hhapu. Address N ui
-FOIl SALE , GOOD MILCH COW , GIIKAP
Q Inqulro : )1124 DoOfo t. 35S I ! !
Ilalea. IMe. a wonl Ural liiHertlon.le a word there
nfler. Nolhlni ? taken for less than iMc.
p-AVAIJTI5D , ASi ADONATiON , A
-LXEngllsh dictionary and a globu of the world , ti
bo sent to a missionary In Korea ; will bo for
warded by Mrs. Warren Swltzler , 2001 St. Mary'i
a venue. M301) ) 23 *
Rates , 1 Oca line each insertion , $1.50 a line pel
month. Nothing taken for leas than 25c.
- : N , LAIRVOYANT
S- ! business medium ; 5Uiycar.it ll'J N.IOlh
- SPIRIT PHOTOGRAPHS. 2 WEEKS , 11Y A
> Ilarlon : , 012 N. llith si. II ) to 4. 3311 28 *
MASSACrri. BATHS.ETC. .
Rales , lOc a line each Inscrllon , $1.50 a line pe
month. Nothing taken for less than 2uC.
-L Room 3. Massage , vupor , alcohol. stc.im.Biilphur
no and sea oaths. ' " ni200 20 *
rp-MMK. CARSON , 1121 DOUGLAS STREET , : ) !
X floor , room 7 , 'massage , alcoho nlrhnr and su1
batha M2 18 25'
T-M . STOWE , MAGNETIC HEALER , 20
JL Douglas block 11217 23'
Rates , 1 Oca line each Insertion , $1.50 a line po
month. Nothing taken for less than 2Cc.
mal baths , scalp and hair treatment , mnnlcnt
andchlropodist.Mrs.l'oal,31 ! ) > is. IDth.Wlthnell bl
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
Rales , lOe a line each Inserlton , $1.50 a llnopc
month. Nothing taken for less than 2Cc.
-LOANSON IMPROVED AND U NIMPUOvS
city pi-operty. $ : i.OOO and upwards , 5 to GM pc
ccntuo ; delays. W.Farnam Smith & Co,1320 Farnat
W -MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATE !
The O. F. Davis Co. . 1503 Faniam street. 003
T\r MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES O :
' hnproviKl and unimproved Omaha real estate ,
to 0 years. Fidelity Trust Co. . 170J Faniam. 003
VVT-ANTHONY LOAN AND TRUST CO. , 318 N. 1
Vi Life , lends at low rates forcholco security o
Nebraska and Iowa farms or Omaha city propurf
\\r CENTRAL LOAN & TRUST CO. , BEE I1LDC
\V $000.00 TO $1.500.00 TO LOAN 1 TO
I years on Improveil Omaha real estate or fan
lands. E. C. Garvlu & Co. , 203 Sheely block.M840
-MONEY TO LOAN AT CURRENT RATE
W : Apply to W. B. Melklo , First National Bk bid ,
\\r-MOUTGAGE LOANS. A. MOOUE , 401 11E
IILD'O , M R'ja
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
Hales , 1 flea line each Insertion , $1.50 a line pi
month. Nothliitr lakcn for Icsa Ihan ' 'nu.
J curlly'i Strictly coutideiillal. A. E. Uurrls , roe
J Continental block 478
-MONEY TO LOAN
Wo will luiul yon any Bum which you wlsl
mnnll or lart'e. at thu lowest poHHlblu rates , In tl
< inlcke.Bl pouHlblo tlniu and fur any lunirlh of Un
to bull you , You c.-iu pay U back In mich Inatal
tncnlH aa you wlnh , when you wish , and on
pay for It as IonUH ; you kuvp It. You can borro
HOUSEHOLD FHllNITHUE AND PIANOS ,
HOUSES. WAGONS AND CAUUIARES ,
WA11EHOUSE UEUE1PT3 , J1EUCHANDISB
Oil ANY OTIIEU SECUU1TY ,
Wllhonl puhllolly or removal of property.
OMAHA MOllTOAOE LOAN CO. ,
anil SOUTH lllTH STUKKT ,
lli-Ht Hour uhovu Ihu Hlreitt ,
THE OLDEST , LAIlliKST AND ONLY INCOUl'Ol
ATE1) LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
V DO YOU WANT MONEY1
Wo will loan you ANY SUM you wlsli on yoiu
1 FURNITURE. 1'IANOS , HORSES. WAliN8 (
I CARRIAGES , WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS , uto.
! Wu elvn prompt alteiitlou to all appllcallonii
I and will carry your loan aa long as you wish ,
! Youcanreducu tlm coal of carrying yourloai
I by n payment al any time. There la no pub
i llclly or removal of properly.
I FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO. ,
I Jtoom l. Wlllniell block ,
I M744 Cor , 16lh and Harnuy SI.
llHti'n , 10u a Ilnunach hiHorlhni.il.50 a line p
monlh. Nolhtn ; talten for li-.ii lliau -"ic.
OTlVurafoNUKNOlB SOLICITED FUC
J imrtU-n wnnllnir lu ehaiurt ) their hiiBlneas or H
out on Hhort nolli-n. All Icau-ru conlUtunllal. A
; D ilifMii box S10 ; St , Paul , Nob. 17a-4. '
j-tnoi CLASS DKUO STOUE , 1IIG 11AIIHA
- for cash ; food paying bualuubs. Address N'
lleo. 070 '
V UESPONSI1ILE IlUYEll WANTED FOK
IgocKldnlry wllhun uHtabllHluxl trade for 110
70 iralloim of milk dally. Addruam Oll.Dw
f Mi70 ! 27
7 BEST PAYItytt ilKAT MARKET IN t
I Omaha for tialo or rout. Call nt 2502 lllondo t
V-ANYONE HAVING A STOCK OF GENEll
1 imirvhamtlb.i from $1.0011 luU.Itll ) ) . who wlhl
t > roalUu fiuiu It ut unco , c.m tlnd a purchUHer
uddreaHhii ; O 31 , lico. a 1
V-WEST WEEKLYlJEWSl'Al'EU IN NE111W
1 kn lor wilu in u bargain , Wouturu IhiMliu
Agency.31(1 ( N. T. L bhltf. ' 'IIISI
1 Blort I'ontr.illy loc'at-jj.i/oo.l / c.iii ! binltun.
r W.I..1' . > l Unir Mh M'JO
V-TO UUY , SELL OH EXDHANGE , IIUSINK
JD A chkiice * . riwil ntlal or Inndi Apply to We
i cm Hu liii s Agttmy 311 N , Y. r * IrtJir NH01 S
fi ' . ' KLtENuK "ru.uo.3T Ai3 r.t vciiT
v > IttlUUaluoriiUelreul. ui
f OR EXOHANQE.
ruti > s , loc.i linn wch Insertion , $ l..10 nllnopor
month. Nothing tahon for leM than 2So. _
y- ° OWN ' 10(1 ( UpA'nMsTM ' M B"niiA9KA. KANSAS
/Jam ! Dakota. Will neil cheap or nxelinngn for
indso. , homes nntl cnltlo. AiM.box 70 , FMnkfort.Iml.
y-CTjKAH STOCK OF OKNBRAtjMDSE. WI kp
t-i t.iku ro.il catato , monoy. Hoxvturi.Kr.iiiKforlliul.
LANDS. CIBAHTO EXCIIANOE KOIl
y hero. Wrtlo full ileH rlplloni. 701
SonlliU7th Slreot , MSU7 A23 *
y-si.non.oo 0111,000.00 DRWO AND SUNDRY
' > lock nml tljclures for B.ilo , or would trailo for
clear land In Merrlch , Nanco , Ilnmllton or Polk
counties. Address , Lock llox103 , Central Oily ,
Neb. 503-31 *
7TO EXCIIANOE , WESTKIIN LAND , IM-
"proved fnnnn , nnilsomo cash , for llr l clans
Block of merchnmllMe , worth U ) lo fttl.OOD.OO.
< ; orn < Hponileneo coitUdcntl.il. AOuresa lloxIU ,
Iloldn-go. Neb. _ Ma702 _
y-KQUITY WORTH $3,700.00 IN COKNER LOT
t-lon principal utrcot. opimsllo nuw oily hall In
Sail LnkoClly , Utah , lolrailn for n clean Block of
general inerchanillso. Aihlross llox 20. Kort
IlrliUrer , Wyoming. _ ; ta7 W _
" " "
"n. KXCIIANOK IlllICK Poll
Address O i7 ! , lleo. M34 1 - ' :
r/-\fi ( ACHES CLEAU LAND , NEAR OOOD
A/county seal , lo trailo fo.1 incrchnnUlHo ; tllln per
fect ! nOuHlmbln'tarmi wrllotnu ; wo can trailo. F.
O , lloxlo , Otfalalla , Neb. M3BH tt4
Hates , innallno each Insertion. * l.SOn llnopor
inonlh. Nolhlnir taken for lorn lhaii U3o _
? AUM LANDS , 0. F. H MtKISONOis N. \ LIFE.
.r Muaasii ) '
UY LOT3 IN
STOEPEL PLACE. .
Chuapest nnd best lots In
Special lirlcoand Urniato
Slocpcl Place lots will alw.iy mlvanco In prlei ,
for Iho clly muit grow wesiward. Call on or ad-
Jroas W. A. Wobalur , 40J lloo bldg. 014
IF YOU AllE LOOKING FOIl A SAFE ANE
JL profitable. Investment ,
Wo can itlvo yon ono.
For timlanct ) , nirooil farm of 100 acres 10 mlloi
fromOninha. What can yon tlnd belter ?
Or , If yon want a homo on easy payments aun
cheap , wo have auroral. Omaha lloal Ealaln ami
Trust company , room 4. Hea bullillng. MG71
1AKM MORTGAGES.C. F. IIAlllUSON , 1)11
L' N. Y. Lite. ' 7iU ) 33
pUEAT nAUOAIN-0 LOTS , ONLY 0 IlLOCKf
J from lUth street viaduct. If Hold al once onlj
if 150.1)11 ) lo $500.00 each. 11. N. Wlltmell.MUO
MUO ! 20 *
ETTEIl THAN GOLD DOLLAUS-OWNEll Ol
15 ncrea on Dodge St. , near Iho clly , has In
Blructitl us to Bell the Maine. In 5-.icro Iracta o
more ; la at a very low price. ! don't mlHS tnU oppor
tnnlly. Wright i Laabnry , Itith and Howard.
B AROAINS HOUSES , LOTS AND FAUMS.SAL1
or ; trade. V. K. Darling , Darker blk. Ml:51 ! :
\VIIY NOT INVEST YOUll SAVINGS IN
* * nice home ? 1 am offering a good 0-room hotis <
and half aero lot for halt tlielr value. This Is ;
Hiiap. John W. llobbliiH. owner , 210 llee Illdg.
X Goiiil farms that rent for $2.00 per aero casl
for land In cultivation. Price ifi0,00 ! per acre.
Farms lhat rent for share of crop. Price $8.00 t
Good unimproved land at $3.00 to $12.00 po
Terms 1-fi cash , balance In annual payments
7 per cent Interest.
Llbe.'al commission given agents.
. D. Hayes.
No. 310 1-2 South inth street , Omaha , Neb.
FOR SALE 800 ACHES FA11M LAND , OllEELE'
county , Neb.j J8.00 per ac.-o , H cash , balanc
1,300 acres ( rood land In eastern Colorailo , goo
fioll. water , etc : eheaiiesl land on the market , enl
* I.-3 per aero ; $2.000 cash , balance to suit.
A splendid Investmenl , 20 acres just weat of clt
limits , only SF373 per acre , M cash.
A bargain , choice Improved property paying 1
per cent , prleo $7,000 , only $2,000 cash paj
Ten acres with cottage , beautiful tract , If sol
quick only * 1,200 , H cash.
Flno residence lot near Hnnacom park , splendl
chance to get a cheap homo In a nice nelghboi
hood , only $1,1)00. )
Elegant 8-room house near the park , modern cor
venlences , splendid location , $ i,000 ) , only $2UO ;
cash , balance long time.
Illcks Ueal Estate. Agency ,
303 N. Y. Life llldg.
CPLENDID RAnOAIN , TEN ACHES JUST WES
Oof city , with small cottage , only $ .1,200.011
$700.00 cash , balance to suit at 7 PIT cent. TUcli
Ueal Estate Agoucy , 305 N. Y.'Llfo. llldg..M377
ORNEH LOT , PLLINVIEW ADD. , CHE A ]
House and lot , Plalnvlew ndd. Sale or tradi
Address 31S U. B. P. . Sioux City , la. MI1C4 25 *
SECURITIES FOR SALE.
Rates , lOc n line each Insertion , $1.50 a line pt
month. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
Q PER CENT MORTGAGES FOIl SALE , SECUli
Olty absolutely uafo. Ames llbal Estate aenc <
1017 Farnani. M532
GRADE OMAHA CITY MORTGAGE !
netting purchasers good ratn of Interest , sum
of from$100.00 up , for sale by Glebe Loan & Tru
Co. , 10th and Dodse , Omaha. Particulars on : u
EDGEDMORTGAQES FOR SALE. HICK
GILT Estate agency , 303 New York Life built
Ing. M328 24
rpo SMALL OR LARGE INVESTORS , SOM
-L very choice securities arc offered at an attrac
Ivc dlscotmt. lionds , warrants , mortgages , eti
absolutely gilt edged. Inqulitt of John Dale , con
merelal broker , 200 N. Y. Lite. 353 S21
Rates , Die a wonl first Insertion , lo a woi
thereafter. Nothing taken for less thin 23o.
T OST. GREAT DANPmfjNTlISOL
Jtnir 003 ; return to 2402 Lcavenworth and get r
ward. H47 22'
OLD CHAIN BRACELET NEAR RINE1IART
gallery between 10th and 10th on Douglas. R
ct'lvo itiward by returning to 11)18 ) Cass st.
LOST-LADIES' POCKET BOOK CONTAINS
$3.BO In silver and Catholic "Child of Mar ;
medal. Return to Bee office and receive riiwunl.
, lOc .1 line each Insertion , $1.51) ) n llnu pi
month. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
carry 'tho largest line of typo writers In tl
west , all makes , 25 to 75 per cent saved on :
leading machines. Tel. Bi8. ! 242
Rates , lOon line each Insertion , $1.50 a line p
month , Nothing taken for less than 25c.
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rT"lvTllAKETl ( Fmi M l"lL'Y WITll"joTiN
w.JucobB , deceased , later with M. O. Maul ) , mule
taker and embalmer , U1S S. lUth st Tel , 090 ,
SHORTHAND AND TYPjSWRITIN (
VOUNO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN CAN SOC
J-ucqulrou working knowludgu of shorthand .11
typewriting nt A. C. Van Haul's school of shoi
hand , 013 N , Y. Lift- . Typewriters to rent. Olt
JSONNENI1ERG. DIAMOND IIROKER 18
.Douglas st. Loans money on diamonds , watelit
ele. Old gold and silver bought. Tel. 153M. Oil
ATEW & SECOND HAND SCALES. ALL KINI
1 > Address Honlen ft SclleckCo. , Lake St. , Chlua
170UND-CHAIN , BANGLE , BRACELET. I
-L qulro at Bee olllco. and pay for this adverth
muni. 36U 2 !
T111J UICALIY S1AHH.13T.
INSTHUMENTS plncod on rccorU August :
Omaha ami Florunco Loan and Trust
runiimiiy to Julia U anil ttauil'A
Klmbnll , lot 1 , block 00 , Florence , , . } 8
M 1) LOIIK to M KlunnlL-an. lot'- , block
2 , In siibdlv ' of lilocli 27 , Albright' *
Oholcu . . . S
Omaha Heal FNttito mid Trust com-
liuny to W U Monlngor. lot J5 , block
4 , huundera & H'M mid to NVuliiut
E M Wlroosc nnd husband to V W Kny-
wr. lot & , block 0 , West Shin , . . , 2
M L I/uui-nuU uml wlfuli ) J LKciiueily ,
lol u , U ami ID. block 14. HoyU's aild
llortliu.eiiner to M L Learned , saint ) . . 3,4
Mary lloohcfortl uml liusbund to A
1uran , lot 11 , block 2 , UottaKD purk. 1,7
\V T Craham nd wife to W U Uro , lot
1 , I'rg'.ssuhdlv and lot J3 , Miiyno'
ailil to Orchard Illll 4C
T I' U'llrlon und wlfu to Aitnlu Morln , .
lot'- , block IHOii , Oiiuihu. . , , , . 0t
H A Joiisuu and hunbund Ui II O
i'tiloren , lot 1 , block "II. " Lowo's
uild. , . . . . . , . . , . t
Q A Iluunott ( sheriff ) to W A Olapp , lot
10 , block a , Central park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' ' C
Saino to J 0 JohiiMiu , lotll.Hulby
' ' ' - ' ' "
Saint ) to Tliuuiiin'MurrAy.'iot's 7t'o'io" ,
lihcl ; 1. Ulvurvlow p.irU , . . (
Hnnui In 11 Ttliu Xoiino1' , la's B , ( ) and
JO , h.oca 1-J , Huyn'o iiiaci. . . , 3f
Tolulumouiitof tnuurors . . , . , , . . . 9 iO-
Improvement General All Over Nebraska for
the Past \fk ,
TIMELY AND WARM RAlrllf'bo MUCH GOOD
fall riouliiR Now In 1'rojcreM Threshing
HcturtiR Indicate n jjdood Crop-
Weekly lliillatln.1 ol the
The weekly crou bullotlu of the Nebraska
weather service co-operating with the
United State * weather bureau for the week
cmling August S3 has just been issued by
Cantata Hunt , director of the United Stntc *
weather bureau in.this city. It follows :
Seasonable showers have fallen In nil portions
tions of the state during the past seven
days , and except in some localities , where
the drouth h'ad irreparably Injured it , corn
shows marked improvement. After the
corn crop , perhaps the greatest bcnoflt has
resulted to pastures and meadows. The potato
tate crop nlso shows improvement , nnu It is
probable that the yield will bo much larger
than was recently expected.
Wheat threshing is nearing completion ,
with but slight change from former oiti-
mates as to yield. The crop will undoubt
edly bo considerably under the average.
Fallplowine is well underway , the ground
being In excellent condition for such work
in nearly nil sections of the stato.
In some localities crops were slightly dam
aged by high winds and hull during the
la'iterpart of tlio week.
Hains , lu some instances heavy , fell in
the western and central portions of the
state last night and it is moro than probable
that good showers will bo experienced in
the eastern portion today. Koports by
Otoo Very heavy rains at beginning ol
week gave all vegetation a good outlook , and
put ground in line condition preparatory
for winter wheat , of which there promises
nn exceptionally largo' acreage in this
county. Potalocs and hay greatly improved ,
Saunders The past week has boon vorj
favorable to corn.
Butler The frequent showers of the week
have put the ground in good condition lot
plowing. Corn is maturing rapidly and will
make a two-thirds crou throughout thi
Cass The heavy rains on the 14th am' '
15th greatly benefited corn and pastures anc
put ground in line condition for plowing
Weather favorable for all farm work.
Clay Splendid rains. Moro than ono-hali
crop of corn will bo harvested. Farmers nn
busy plowing. Pastures and grass looklnu
bettor. Some are > seeding fall wheat.
Lancaster Wo are all O. 1C. hero with th (
late corn. 'Iho ! grass is improving ant
everything is doing well.
.rofTcrspn Corn is coming out better thai
Tiiaycr Average yield of wheat. 8 to II
bushels per acre ; corn , about half a crop
corresuondent ' 'This ha
Another says : :
been by fnr the bust week , for corn wo havi
had this season. " , ,1A
Polk The week has ( Won hot and dry
some rain , but not enough to do any good
corn will not make over ualf , a crop.
Ticmalm Prospects Ujjr corn continui
good and heavy rnlus of Jttiu past week havi
put ground in line ord6rtir'plowing.
York Plenty of rain life fallen this week
but too late to bo of luty'bonoilt to corn ; i
has helped pastures and ' may help late pota
Cherry Frequent showers during thi
week were benolicu.1 but''more i ? needed ti
make the averUjjo crop ot corn hnd potatoes
Dodge Corn in some localities has beoi
injured by'tho wind and hall , but as a wholi
the crop promises to hacood. A worm a
the roots of some of thcr.com is Injuring it
Another corrospoudsnt says : "During th' '
past week wo have hadjiyiucnt and abun
dant.rains. This putstKq corn ' crop outd
danger of drouth' and thojjjro'und in splendti
shajio for plowing nnd seeding ; Pasture
are in good coifdiiionv'1. " ' " ' ' T.K ? ' \ ' ;
Dakota Wheat anapa s nro al ! , harvestoi
nnd nearly aH'in.Bjack or ; threshed , i Show
ers during past week11" have Jbee'ii of grca
benefit , to corn./which / now'iiromls'es'vvoll.
Thonins This section has had1 some gooi
rains , but too late for the early corn. Thresh
ing is being done , the grain yielding from :
half to a three-fourths crop.j.Hny in some le
calitlcs is good.
Buffalo Kain is needed in northern poi
tion of county. Com is doing well in soutl
crn and eastern portions.
Dawson Corn has made some hoadwa
where it was not flrod too badly. Potat
crop is poor. L'lght crop of hay. Throshin
In urogross , but all small , graln a short croi
Harlan Good grov/lng.weather ; corn dc
Franklin Corn and all late crops in 02
Gage Ground in sorao places too wet t
plow. Corn m parts of the county will I
Hitchcock Corn is doing well in place
where local rains havo.t fallen. Hail o
Thursday did little damage to corn. Pai
tures are improving. Late rains will mak
plenty of good hay.
Kearney Co > l , heavy dews during it
week were favorable for corn.
Furnas Corn doing well. Gardens fir
but late. Wild grass growing well and ha
will bo plenty. Plowing for fall wheat pri
grossing nnd ground in line condition.
Holt Early corn is greatly improvoi
Lute planting may come out all right if \ \
got a little moro rain ,
Cuming Threshing fairly commoncci
Oats rather light. Some very good crops (
late whoat. Hyo and corn very good.
Stanton Condition of corn and petal
Loaves ( CHICAGO , ItUIlLINGTON & Q.l Arrive
Omnlia I Dupot lOlli and Mnion Sla. ' I Oinali ;
4.20 pm . Chlcagh Vesllbulo . 8.00 a
11.115 am .Clilcagh Express. , 0.51) ) a
3 Chlcano Express. . . . -l .arip
j 7.17 pm . .Chicago & lowaJLocal , . 6.55 p
Omaha | Depot JUlli and Mason Sis. ' I Omali ;
. , , ll.Oilp
H.lOaml..Lincoln LO'ial ( Ence.pt Sun.I ) H.H.la
"tl-avoa I CHICXdoTlirir PTiCIFlO. " I ArrlvS
Omaha | Union Depot IQlh'AMarey Sta.l Oinah :
I Union Depot lOlli Ai'Maroy Sta.l Weal
rrarncAco , M
Omaha I U. P. Depql and Jtaroy Sin.
8.30 pm I Chicago KjJiJhias. , . ; I 0.35 (
ll.'JOanil..Chlca oE3ur [ aa. . < , . . . . . | B.BOi
30 * M5rnj | . . .SirpHuTLlniltedr. . . . . . . . ! 0.251
J .4Aiiu | . . . . . . .Chicago Llmllod | U. 8 ;
58 LeavoH I OMAHA C ST.l/Uls' fX'rrTi
O.llJ.iJiU. P. IKipot , lUlli _ .wd il.iruy.l Ouu
. ' ' . , . , . , , , ,
* * - J liltl Kt 1 rtnln r rt. O f I I t\
crops ( rood , hut corn needs a llltlo more ram.
\\ayno-Corn hns boon bonctltcd by late
rains. ThrcshlnR well under wny. Ont
ixx > r.Vhcat twelve to tw onty-two bushels
per aero. Hnll did considoniblo datnago to
corn on the H'th ' lust.
In Illlnol * .
SrniNortBi.n , 11L , AUR , iSX The temperature -
turo has boon below the normal the past
week nnd the rain wai badly qistrlbutcd
ami generally insiiniciont. A fair corn crop
Ronorally Is assured. Fall plow
ing Is in in-ogress. Oats Rive a fair
yloln. Pastures have been hut sllRhtly
benefited by the rain. Anthrax Is
snrcadlnR rapidly In Wayne , Clay nnd
Hamilton counties and hasmndo its' appoar-
nnco In Bovoral'adJolnlnK counties. Stren
uous efforts are bolnjt made to check Its
spread. Several persons have boon affected
by the disease.
DKS MOINKS , Aug. 83. The temperature
was below the normal last week and the
rainfall was fairly well distributed. Corn
was retarded somewhat by the cool nights.
but a good crop is assured. Pastures and
Into potatoes nro improved. Uarloy thresh
ing gives 23 to DO bushels anil oats GO to IX )
To Olonnso the Hf tnm
Effectually yet gently , when cos tire or
bilious , or whou the blooil is Inniuro or slug
gish , to permanently euro habitual consti
pation , to awaken the kldnoys und llvor to a
healthy activity without Irritating o weak
ening them , to dlspol ho.iduuhos , colds or
overs use Syrup of Figs.
LouVonmnrk dives , tonight , Courtlnnd.
Biwvrixu * ttit rxxtiJi.ibuis.
Itnllnns Mnkn Nuliy Slreot Dciuonitrntloiis
A Rill list the French.
PAIUS , Aug. 22. Troops nro held
ready nt AlKUos-Mortos to nrotcot the
Italians in the salt works in case the
Freneh workiiifjiuen should repeat the
attack of last Thursdav.
KOJIK , Aug. 22. Seine 2,000 workmen
triedto start an anti-French riot , but
wore dispersed * by the police. Some
were injured nnd many wore arrested.
Tlio niayor ; of the city 1ms issued n mani
festo in which ho exhorts the people to
bo calm and trust the government , nnd
the minister of the interior has sent
orders to all prefects to 'do all they can
to preserve order.
Disorderly crowds shouted in the
streets between 8 nnd H o'clock last
In Genoa anti-French demonstrations
were in progress. The rioters burned
nn omnibus and many booths. Twenty
of thorn were arrested. The olTorts ol
the police to restrain the crowd wore
not very successful.
In Naples several collisions between
police and anti-French agitators took
place. At 10 o'clock many people lined
the streets shouting lor vengeance
against the French.
Klcctrlcal nml rimrimicoutlcnt C
CHICAGO , Aug. 22. Tlio world's con
gress of electricians convened yester
day. Dr. H. Von Holmholtz was made
honorary president aud President Elishi !
Gray secretary. Ono vice president was
chosen from each company represented ,
The day closed with short addresses
from several vice presidents.
The International Pharmaceutical
congress convened yesterday. Prof. J ,
H. Remington of Philadelphia was
elected president. Delegates are pres
ent from Great Britain , Franco , Ger
many , Austria , Queensland , India ant
O lloucli llotol.
Four blocks from the World's fair ; offer ;
superior accommodations ut popular prices
$4.1X ) por'day and upwards , according to lo
cation , American-plan. Rooms also on tin
European plan ; wlllTio kept in the same liberal
oral mutinor as heretofore.
WARREN F. LELAND , Manager.
Louvonmark dlvog tonight , Courtland
-HJSUTYAO WOODS FOK < L 1I1CVTE.
Two Hundred nml fifty Men Hunting roi
U. .Me.j-e.ru .Shots Kxohancod.
OAKLAND , 111. , Aug. 22. At Brushj
Fork , six miles north of this place , 250 in
furiated men are surrounding a swamj
in whicli is hidden Lou G. Meyers- win
is wanted for two diabolical crimes.
Last Friday morning Meyers went ti
the house of a neighbor named Will am
assaulted Mrs. Will , who is a woakl ;
woman. She was seriously injured.
A short time after Meyers mot hi
niece and assaulted her
took a string , made a noose of it , put i
around her neck and hanged her to i
tree. Then ho returned homo , gave hi
own wife a beating , also ono of his owi
little girls , and lied to the woods , aftoi
having secured a Winchester riilo , shot
gun nnd two revolvers. The little gir
was found by a neighbor and takoi
down. Life was not extinct and sh
When the crimes became known
posse was hastily sworn in and tlio him
for Moyors began. Ho was sighted jus
as ho entered the forest at Gwinn' '
woods. Over 250 shots were fired a
him , but none of them hit him. Moyon
in turn , lired at the posse , slightl
wounding ono of the men. Last nigh
Moyors made an ellort to pass throiig
the guard line , but did not succeed. H
wounded another of the posso. Today
determined effort was in ado to captur
Dotiilncil ut Ouariinllno.
PHILADELPHIA , Aug. 22. The Amor
can line steamer , British Princess , fret
Liverpool for Philadelphia , is dotaine
ut the government quarantine station n
Reedy island , about twenty-live mile
below the city. Incoming pilots ropoi
tonight the snip is lying at anchor i
midstream and Dying 'a yellow Jhif
There is no telegraphic communicatio
with the island and nothing can L
learned of the reason for the dotontioi
There are about fifty cabin and 450 in
'migrant ' passengers on board.
As tho'vessel was allowed to pass u
the river by tho.quarantine authoritic
at Delaware breakwater this morning i
is thought the information brought hoi
last night by the pilots may not bo alt- -
Otnn hoipori4 | Slutlluto Money ,
PiTTpwuHa , Aug. 22. Farmer Sili
Bailer of Trough Greek valley , Iluntini
ton county , has u bettor opinion of banl
than ho had three weeks ago. Ho hu
eovoral hundred dollars on deposit ar
drew It out thinking the bank migl
fail. "Being afraid of robbers finding ti
money in th'o house , he ttowod the bil
up iii'tho-lining of h'is cout. Saturdu ,
while he was'working in his Hold , tl
coat liung on a fence pont. The count
is BUlTel'inir from a' grasshopper plagu
Several hundred of the insects , nligh
.ing on the coat , bored hundreds of holi
through the money , mutilating it nlmo
beyond redemption. Bauer has fo
warded the pieces to Washington. If 1
gets unytiling-back ho Bays ho will pi
it in the bauK ,
Concerted KfTbrt to Hum Cliurclici.
DOVE'H , N. II. , Aug. 22. There was
concort&d effort on Saturday night
burn the churches of this city , Tl
Uolknupcliurch was twice sot on fir
but the flames were extinguished. Luti
iiro was.fo.un4 in ] the collar of tlio Fir
parish church , which was put out. Su
day morning piles of hull-burned ru
bish were found in the oilier churches
Morn IVimoiiom Kntpiuiiluil ,
; DKOATUrt , 111. , Aug. 22 , Thlrty-thr
'a I old BJlcliqi-3 in Douatur and vicinity hu
lust received notice that tholr itoiulons
Imd boon suapendod for sixty un.ys nnd
that no moro payments would bo mmlo
unless now and satisfactory ovldonco is
furnished to establish their right to pen
sions. It is oxpoctud that moro suspen
sions will follow. Every man suspended
Is incnpablo-ot doing manual labor.
Do you road the testimonial * published In
bctmlf of Hood's Sarsnpnrillnt. They nro
thoroughly reliable nnd worth .your con-
Blckotts , iiftornoon nnd ovo. Courtlnnd
Sturvlnt In C'hlruco.
CHICAGO , Aug. 22. "I'm hungry. I
hove not oaten a bite for two days nnd
my wife lies at homo alck nml starving.
1'vo looked for work until I'm ' worn out ,
and whore is it to end ? "
These words wore spoken in tones of
sheer despair at yesterday's mooting of
the UlttzoiiBclub nt lii ) ) Knndolph street.
Tlio speaker was a strong , healthy ap
pearing man , and as he stood facing
Chairman .lolin II. McCunu tears ran
down his cheeks nnd his words were fre
quently chocked by the sobs which ho
strove In vain to control. Most of the
men in the room were members of the
army of unemployed , but they were not
yet staring hunger in ttho face , and be
fore the strange'r had finished nearly
every right hand in the room was thrust
deep into trouser pockets. A moment
later there was a jlnglo of silver , qulto
a few dollars mingling witti the moro
modest quarters , dimes and nickels ,
while every man who had a penny gladly
contributed it to relieve the urgent
necessities of the speaker. Ho gave his
name us C , N. Reed , and said he was a
pianofinisher , but had not had employ
ment for three months.
Others present at the mooting were In
as bad a condition. A collection was
taken up and divided up among them.
Bickotl's , afternoon and ovo. Courtlnnd
Chief llnmnny nml the < JlmrKe < Acnlnt Him.
TKUUK HAUTK , Ind. , ' Aug. 22. The
sensational charges against Grand Chief
D. G. Ramsay of the Brotherhood of
Railway Telegraphers , which were pre
ferred by the lodge at Omaha , have
been given a black eye by the directors
of the brotherhood. M. T. Piorson of
this city , director nnd ono of the grand
ofllcors of the organization , said last
night that no action had boon
taken or would bo taken on
the charges , for the reason
that the sumo allegations against
Grand Chief Ramsay were thoroughly
investigated by n special committee of
seven at the recent convention at To
ronto and found without foundation , con
sequently the charges will bo dropped.
Mr. Piorson says it was discovered that
the charges emulated from Carl Smith ,
the defeated candidate for the editor
ship of the olllcitil organ of the teleg
raphers , and also from S. O. Fox , ox-
grand secretary , who was knocked out
at Toronto. The charges embraced mal
feasance in olllco and the seduction of n
young woman living in Iowa.
Busy people have no time , and sensible
people have no inclination to use pills Unit
make thorn sick a day for every dose t\\oy \
take. They have learned that tlio use ol
Do Witt's Little Early Ulscrs duos not in-
torfcru with their health by cuusinc nausea
pain or griping. These little pills : \ro per
fect in action and result , regulating the
stomach and bowels so that headaches ,
dizziness and lassitude arc prevented. Thoj
cleanse the blood , clear the complexion and
one up the systnm. Lots of health in
these little fellows.
Alter ISnnlcnr ISoach.
. TGRKK HAIJTE , Ind. , Aug. 22. It is
now probable that criminal proceeding *
will bo instituted against John S. Beacli ,
owner of the Prairie City bank , whicli
made an assignment ton days ago. The
assignee has not yet made his report
but enough facts have become known tt
the creditors to make thorn believe
there will not bo enough realized to paj
10 cents on the dollar of the $125,000 , 01
$150,000 deposits. Beach has employee
throe of the 'loading ' lawyers. It ha ;
also been considered prudent for hin
not to bo soon by some of his creditors
who are of a violent temper.
Under the recent law he can bo prosecuted
cutod for embezzlement for receiving
deposits within thirty days of the failure
uro , the second section of the law pro
riding that a failure is to be considered
prima facie evidence that tlio bank wai
insolvent for thirty days previous. Tin
depositors will hold a final mootiiif
today to decide upon what course shal
bo pursued either in an attempt to re
cover their money or wreak vongcanci
on the banker.
Nouralplc headaches promptly cured by
Brorno-SoUzor trial bottle 1U cw.
Milwaukee Hank Matters.
MILWAUKEE , Aug. 22. John B. Keel
ting , the defaulting cashier of tlio Soul !
Side Savings Dank , was not alone in th
grain speculations that led to the loss c
8150,000 of the bank's money. Sovora
prominent residents of the South sid
uro said to have been assessed in th
wheat deals , among them Peter Bart ]
nnd Charles and Fred Esau. These thro
men are said to have given the ban !
their notes for $ ( il,000 ) to cover thci
share in the deals. It now develop
that Kootting had been speculating feat
at least live years. There promises t
bo some startling developments if Keel
ting is brought back from Denver , as i
is expected lie will make a full statement
mont of the bank's ' affairs , in order t
show that much of the blame now al
tachod to him belongs to others.
Tlioro are three things worth saving-
time , trouble and money and Do Witt1
Litllo Karly Hisurs will nave them for yoi
Thosn little pills will save .you time , a
they act promptly. They will nave yo
trouble , as they cause nn palu , Tlioy wi
save you money , as they economize doc'or' '
rilty Negro Domncriiti.
WASHINGTON , Aug 22Tho fin
general conference of negro democrat
hold in this city yesterday , was vor
harmonious , About Jlfly proininot
negroes attended. The object was t
take stops toward extending the part
by organizing state leagues subordinat
to the central body , C. II. J. Taylor <
Kansas , who is prodidont of the leagm
A series of resolutions was adopto
oxprosslvo of conlidonco that Proshlor
Cleveland will properly treat the claim
of colored citizens , calling upon cot
gross to pass no legislation discriminu
ing against American citizens nnd ur (
ing their people to refrain from boln
led oil by wild populist yugarlcd.
Convention * uf IliiUuli.
CHICAGO , Aug , 22. A largo gatho
ing of rubbis belonging to the Roformc
Jewish church will 1 convene hero th
week. Not only all the larger cities i
the United State H will bo roprosontei
but homo prominent divines fro ;
Europe are also expected to bo proson
They are hero to attend three impo
tant meetings -the central conforom
of American rabbis , the World's ' fa
Jow'ah ' denominational congroa * und 01
O of the religious luixjllary congroaaes.
Duly nxiirtmiu * Deep Ie rut ,
PAIUB , Aug. 21. Signer Jtossmani
Italian minister to Franco , called upc
Premier Dupuy today and informud hi
of the fcoling aroiihcd In Italy by tl
Aigues-Morlos affair. At the wan
time , however , ho expressed regret thi
such hitter untl-Fronch manifestos lire
o boon issued in Italy and that the From.
o consulate ut Medalnu had boi.n attache
BEAR CHIEF COT HIS SCALP
Big Injun Pottibono Logos His Hair at Jack
son Park ,
.lURDEROUS . DUEL ON THE MIDWAY
Two Imllnn chief * Vlclitlui : Drntik llflnliar
ThmiKclvr * Heartily nuil I'lluilly Olio
Scnlp the Other-Untli
CHICAGO , Aug. 22. Following close
tpon the tribal war nnd attempt at lo-
capitation in the IJctlou'ln unoutnpmont
cftino a bloody llijht In the Midway just
n front of the Ainorlcnn Indian villu ; o
) otwoen Hoar Chief and Cliiof 1'ottl-
Kino yesterday. Uuar Ghlot did no loss
than ohib his oppunont to the ground
and tht-n sculp him.
The occasion of the fight wan not a
woniiin , as has so often buun the cause of
llsturbanocs in Midway , but a plain ease
of "jng" of just milllolont proortious ] to
oxoltu thoin to strife.
Sunday night , business being dull on
, ho Midway , many of the Indian ohlofs ,
inuluuing the two jupt mentioned , wont
into the city to see the sights. They
ilnink flrowator all night , but hud no
quurrols until they again roaehod Mid
way. The altercation cumo up us
quickly as n squall at sea and soon they
wore belaboring cnuh other very artisti
cally with their atieks. The few who
.athorcd around , not dreaming of a
bloody end , lot the battle proceed with
out Intorforeiieo. but baton * Buckskin
Joe nnd the otlior.s in elmrgo of the
tntliun encampment could get out of bed
and reueh the scene of the conlllet the
other Indians hud formed a cordon
iround the combatants and were dune-
ing ubout them , save when they paused
: it some unusually exciting exchange of
Chief Pottibono is the larger of the
Lwo , but ho did not seem to bo a worthy
Too for the steel , or ruthor the stick , of
the more ugilo uiul dexterous Bear
Chief. Again and ugain the big fellow
was beaten back against the circle , his
Face bleeding and his mouth cut terribly.
Only once did ho got in a good square
lluk at Bear Chief , and then ho knocked
Boiir Chief back , almost stunned , but
ho was too fugged out , or too merciful ,
to follow ui ) the advantage.
But this blowBevero as it was , scorned
to huvo the olToot of nerving Hour Chief
to superhuman effort mid diabolical
bloodlhlrrttiness. Ho rallied and for a
time parried carefully. Tlipn he begun
over ugain his rushing tactics and wus
so successful in getting in blows that ho
beat the other's head almost to a pulp.
At last the big follow fell , not un
conscious , but exhausted and almost
blinded by the ( lowing blood. Ho had
no sooner fallen and dropped his slick
than Bear Chief , drawing a knife from
his bolt , sprung at him. With a dexter
ous move of the hand ho drew the sharp
bludo around the crown , gave a pull , nnd
the bloody trophy of victory was soon
dangling at his waist.
If Buckskin .loo , whom they till fear ,
and the other wliito men had not come
when they did it is highly probable that
a scalp dance would have beo.i performed
around the prostrate body of the de
feated chieftain. Boar Chiefthoroughly
wrought up , showed a disposition to re
sist giving up the sculp , lu.t j.lio muzzle
of a revolver taught him discretion.
Ho was finally looked up , and Pottibano
was removed to his tent and a physician
The physician will not b'e.aUowcd to
report fo'r some days yet whether his
patient can recover , but at aiiy rate ho
will not be allowed to tulce part irv unjr
more of the Indian exhibitions.
Both of these chiefs were in the battle
of Wounded Knee.
NEW i'Ultlf atLI'JSlt JfKX ,
They Will Hold it lllg Mas * Metallic on
NEW Yoitic , Aug. 22. A meeting of
the Now York delegates to the Chicago
bimetallic convention w/is hold yester
day and brought together several sup
porters of bimetalisin. The object of
the mooting was simply to commote ur-
rungoinents for u general mass meeting
to be held at Cooper Union next Thurs
Ex-Senator Boyd , chairman of the ex
ecutive committee , said the object of
calling a muss meeting is to demand a
continuance of the money of the consti
tution and protest against the uncondi
tional repeal of the purchase clause of
the Sherman law.
"A ratio of 10 to 1 suits us , " said Mr.
Boyd , "but lot us stick to the money un
der which the nation has prospered for
ninety years. Lot us follow on with
the policy of Washington and JclTor-
G. V. Bryan , a member of the commit
tee appointed to go to Washington to
make plans to aid in the cause , said that
ho was heartily in sympathy with the
silver people nnd did not know why gold
men should bo classed as gentlemen
while silver men wore called lunatics
Idaho , ho said , would soon bo one of the
largest gold producing states , and whllo
ho was a gold man at the eamo time ho
was a bettor silver man. Muny learned
and skilled writers , he said , professed to
know the cost of producing one umou of
silver , but , as a matter of fact , Mr. L.
D. Leueh , into director of the mint ut
Philuiiolphiii , declared there wore no
statistics showing the cost of producing
either un ounce of gold or silver.
Resolutions on lines of the meeting's
purpose worn ndopte .
The speakers announced for Thursday
are Hon. W. .F. Bryan of Nebraska , lion.
Joseph XV , Bailey of Texas , Hon. U. P.
Bland of Missouri , John Davis of Kan
sas , J. C. Slbloy of Pennsylvania , Gen
eral J. A. Warner of Ohio , J. W. David
of Virginia and lion. Joseph Sheldon of
Conductor TliomiiM Akntl to Iliiliirn ,
CHICAGO , Aug. 22. Theodore Tho.v.ns
has boon requested to come back , ac
cording to a statement made last night
by Secretary Wilson of the executive
committee of the board of directors of
the exposition. A telegram was sent to
Mr. Thomus , who is now ut his summer
homo in Fairhavon , requesting him to
assume his old position as musical direc
tor at his old salary. This in an entire
change of front on the part of the fair
olllcinls , but the wonderful increase in
fair attendance is said to have put a
brighter complexion on future plans.
As the message was sent so late no an
swer was received last night from Mr.
Founil u Faith of Illi Own ,
FINDLAY , O. , Aug. 22. Dr. Latsliavr ,
late pre&idont of Find lay college , has
renounced the authority of eldership of
the Church of God und loft the church.
He was the head of the denomination
and his action has created u profound
sensation , especially as it is known that
he will found another eh ti roll and
another educational institution to rival
Findlay college. Ho haa u largo follow-
Will IlvilucB Wngei.
NoitmsTOW.S , Pa. , Aug. 22. The
Schuylklll Iron works , one of the larg
est ! u the ntalu , will make u general ro-
duotion in wnyoi uf lur September 4 ,
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