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THE OMAHA DAUDY BEE : ! riURSDAY , JULY 11 , 1895.
AflTcrtlieiiienu for tiiemi rolurons will b
fahrn until 12131) p. ni. for the rTciilnjrnnd
cntll H p. m. for tlio morning mil Snmluf
AdTurllieni , lijr requesting n nnmlinrcil
nn tinrn Runner * mlilrrMctl to n
timbered letter In rj ra at Tim lli > e. An-
ratrs so nilclrrniiail will ho drllrnrnd upon
IMirntntloii of Ilia cherk only. Itnten ,
ll-2cn word , llrnt Insertion , lo n woril
litrcnflor , Mitlilng tulten tor lit * tlinn 20c
for tint Intortlun.
'I lirso tKlTrrtlnrnients most ton romccu-
BITUATION WANTED. 1IY tlltUO CLttllK.
rtKlsloml , cnn furnlnh best of reference * . Ad
dress T M , I ee. A 760 10
\VANTii : > . A POSITION A8
to a widower or single gentleman ; personal In
terview desired ; reference * . Ad < lr * A. II. , gen.
del. , pAsloince , I'lattBinnuth , Neb.A
A M76.1 13 *
WANTK13 M.AL ? .
WANTED. 1,000 MEN TO WHITE MIJ TODAT
for the receipt ( absolutely free , In Dlnln Ke-Ue < l
envelope ) which cured me of nervoun d lilllty.
exhausted vitality , etc. Addre C. J. Walker.
Itox lilt Kaliuna oo , Mich. n-M H
WANTED , MAN ON HALA11Y TO TAKE On-
Gtn In city. If successful will receive ad
vancement. Apply after t a * m. tils nans-
U . 1I-MK8 JM
W TO 1M 8AI.AHY I'AIH SAI.EHME.V FOR
cigars : experience not nocd-nary : extrn Induce
ments to customer * . Ulshop & Kline , Ht. Ijoiila ,
Jfo. U MG33 12 *
WANTED. EXPEIUKNCKD DHY GOODH CAL-
Ter , address giving age , experience , tnlary anil
references , "Dry Goods Carrier No. Z. St. Ji > -
eph. Mo. _
WANTED , MVi : , INTELLIGENT AGENTS IN
Omnlm to organize clubs of three to flvo
famlllcii for our famous orchnrd nomi-i land
In central Mlmliwlppl. The tide of Immigration
In going Boitth where Ihere nro no hot winds , nn
cold winters. no billiards. no crop failures.
Wlicrc two to three crops ran be ralifd each
yenr. Wliern thure In no BUch thing us a fallen -
on * If n man will work one-hnlf ns hanl as he
dooii In this country. Cool Bummers , mild win-
tern. sure paying crops of fruit and garden
track , richest Boll on earth. best rnltrond
facilities. Geo. W. Ames , general nKwit. 1611
Tarnam street , Omaha. _ U M753
\ \ 'ANTnrAN"nNEIuTETIC MAN WITH GOGH
hunlncM ability can make ! ll > oral contract and
find permanent city or country position with an
old established collcctlnB company. . Bollcltlnc
business on commission thnt will net J100 P < M
month. Addres with stamp and state experi
ence. R.iycrB & Company , La Cleile Illdit. . 8t ,
Ix > ul . Mo. It-761-15
WANTED , BAI.ERMEN , TnAVEUNO ANT
local , beat special or side line : choice of tor.
rltorr. W. G. Templeton. Gen'l Act. . 40 > N. .
T. Life. 11-702-10
WANTICD. GOOD WOMAN COOK. CALT
cvcnlnns , Chadwlclt's. 2M3 N street. P" " "
_ _ _
WANTED , GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK , MRS
Wright , 2014 Seward St. C 761-12'
JOK KENT HOUSES.
HOUSES. F. K. DARLING , BARKER BLOCK.
HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF TilE CITY. THi :
O V. Davis Company , 1505 FarnJni. D 4GO
HOUSES , UENA.WA & CO. , 10 ? N. l
U. E. COLE CO. LARGEST LIST IN OMAHA.
U Alft > 9
RENTAL AGENCY , C20 BO. 16TII ST.D
3 ELEGANT C-ROOM COTTAGES JUS"
built , J22.50. Fidelity Trust company , 1702 Far
, l > 4 < 1
7-ROOM EAST FRONT MODERN , 332 N ; 4I > T1I ,
tfrr 6-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT. 1313 DODGE.
EIOHT-ROOM HOUSES NEAR HIGH SCHOOL
J15.00 nnd 2S.OO per month. Inquliu 2Cia Caplto
B > O.
FOR RENT TWO C-ROOM COTTAGES , ONI
furnlihcd. 803 S. 30th. Modern.
C-ROOM COTTAGE , 837 N. BTH. r.NQUHU
82 * Hnuth IStli st. U-727 II
FOR KENT. FLATS NEWLY PAI'EIIED ANI
cleaned , northeast corner llth nnd Ilow-ar
r street * . Fifteen dollars a month. Inquire rom
SH , First National Hank building. D 711-22
FOIl tlENT. IflVE-ilOOM COTTA-OES. 140S-1
North l street. Eight dollars per month. In
nulra room III , Flint National llanlt. imlldlng.
IOK BENT 1'UItftlbilEU BOOMS
FUHNISHED nOOlIS DOC WEEK. 710 S. 14TII
H 9101 y2
3 IIOOM3 FOIl IIOUSUICCEI'ING FOR. MA ;
und wife ; rent taken In boaiii.3I' > N. 17th.
ROOM FOU TWO. PRIVATE FAMILY. MOD
crn. C07 a. Sth Ave. -M:2i 13 *
NICELY FUUNISHED. COOL. Qt'Iirr HOOM
In private family , only six blocks from IIQSI
olllce. M13 Douglas st. K C48 11 *
FUIINISHED FRONT ItOOM FOH TWO GEN
tU men. All mo'crn. 2100 Cuss at. K to ! !
NICELY FURNISllEl)7MtTai i : 11OOMS , GA !
steam heat. 711 S. 16th , third lloor rlshU
li-MCSH 13 *
BOIITH FHONT nOOM , NICELY FUIlNIHHEn
1516 Howard. IS 754 10 *
IIOUSKICKUIMNO UOOMS. CONVUN1E.V1
cheap , cool , Inrsa lawn. 2C11 at. Mary's.
B MtM-li *
I FUItNISHElJ UOOMH FOU LltiHT n6TJsi
kreiMng. Iniiulre 1019 DoOec- . U MH1
IURNISHED ROQJI3 ANDBO&R ]
NICELY FURNISHED SOUTH ROOM WIT !
board for two ; private fjmlly ; no other- bonn
era ; best homo comforts. ( U No. 21 t. be
California nnd Webster. F 301
TO THADD. DRESS SUIT , CHErtT UE.A3UR !
30 Inches , worn tnlce ; cost (75 , for horse , gur
or anything. 8 42. Bee. F-1J3
UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO REN' ' .
X OR 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT A
2M 3. ! Uh tt. G-351
.THREE ROOMS ; HOUSEKEEPING. Z026 S"
Mnrj's avenue. O 013
1 VNKURNISHEK ROOMH. WITHOUT CHIt
drrn ; city v..itcr. r.'U OUIf&uUa strc.-t.
G 721 10'
FOR RENT. 5 UNFURNISHED ROOMS WIT
ball ) , near Hanscom 1'urk. llbtl So. :3lh st.
G 75S ll *
H Iv HUNT STOlvkis AND OFJTICE
roil "RENT THE 4-sTORY DRICK IUILDIN <
PH l'irnum mrcet. This hulldlnp ; has a Hi
proof cement basement , complete steam hea
las IKUircB. water on all lloon , cne , etc. A
l > ly at tlio olllca of The Die. I OH
nnJ bavemcnt , brlrli stora building. No. 1003 Fn
nnm street. Suitable for any Kind of buslm-
ItrumnriUf tenns. Inquire loom 311 First N
liuilal liiink building. _ I 7 < 0-23
MEN AN1 > WOMEN , $3 TO J10 A DAY Al
dr * the Handy Heater Co. , 831 New York LI
tldg. , Onnha , Neb. J 471
Q. a. WALLACE. RENTALS , 312 BROWN I1L1
UE8T BTORAGB IH'ILDINO IN OMAHA. U.
KHV. bonded warehouse ; household urwU niorc
law st rulys. 1013-lOli Lenvenwortji. M I7C
U FRANK UWEIiH. Uli HAKNKY.
PACIFIC STORAGE & WAREHOUSn CO. >
111) Jones us. General torac < > and foru.irdlni
WANTED TO BUY.
\VANTKn. IIAK viXTirnica WITH stinnoi
must be In E < XM ) oonJHl- fall at UU F.i
nam st. N 757 10"
lARDWOOD COMBINATION HOG AN
chicken 'fence. Chn * . U. Lcr , Jth and Dc < uga !
TUB STANDARD CATTLEcO. .
has 400 tons good baled bay foe note. Q 11 W
FOR SALE OI.V ) I.l'MBKR. CONSISTING 0
cunlllng Sxt. t8. 2x10 , CxS. hplap ! , ilieelin
siding , door * . lndons , etc. , at th At ocl t
Charlllc * nooj yard. MI Howard st.
BECIURmUS FOR , 3AI.1S.
W * rn a number ot Drat mirtcajitt * In mnoun
of tM * W JJ.Md at l * Id lr c-nt fur ml
None but Rllt eijjjed ycrurlile * lundltl. d
and i * us.
r Trust Company , 17C1 Purnam Hr ;
ran SALK. GOOD FAMILY M i uccV
anj Hamilton. jQ -
foil BALH , CHEAP , i\TR.V : UOOl > Sfi :
bole tPcl range , 24:3 Harney tr * t.
t-'IXTl RKS ( IF HMAI.U LLKCH UOOM O\ | .
ttt N Y. L. bMir. C > M,4. IP
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
THOROfGlinilED IRISH SETTER PUPS FOI
snl ? at a bargain. Hobcrt Ivcn > , Persia. It ,
WANTED , IltTNTINQ DOGS TRAINED FOI
chickens nnd quail ; satisfaction guaranteed n1
nn pay. For terms address G , S. RamlmURh
Central City , Neb. R-MCS3 13 *
MRH. DR. II. WARREN , CLAIRVOYANT , RE
liable business medium , ith year at 113 N. Kin
MADAM SMITH. 502 S. 13TII 2D FLOOH , IIOOM
3 ; mngnetlc. Miner , alcohol , steatn , sulphurlna
an.l s a. baths , T M6St 13 *
MASSAGE , MADAME UEUNARD , 141 DODGE.
T M621 18 *
FINEST DATH AND MASSAGE I'AniAMlS IN
city. Mme. Ilowell , 31S & 320 S. 15tli ; thoroughly
Practical chiropodist snd manicurist attendant.
T M876 Jyl2 * _
MIIS. nn. LECH * ELEGANT MASSAGE AND
electric bath. Parlors restful and refreshing ,
412 North 14th street. T M7M 11 *
303 NORTH ISTir BT. , IIOOM 13. . DATHS , HB-
lect massage by an expert. Anna , from < hi-
cago. T 10 i * '
TURKISH BATHS : ONLY PLACE IN CITY
exclusively tor ladle * Suite 103-110 , Bes bldff.
LADIES' BATHS. MME. POST , 313J4 S. 15TH.
IAVI CO , , 348 REE BLDO.r HEALTH BOOK
free ; home treatment ; lady attendant. U481
B. HAAS. FLORIST. PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS.
lUnquet , hall , residence nnd grnvs decorations.
1813 Vlnton street. Telcphona 776. U M434
BATHS. MASSAGE. MME. POST , 313'.4 Sf. 71'
A PRIVATE PARTY HAS MONEY TO LOAN
on pianos. Jewels , bicycler etc. ; business
strictly conndentlal. Address , Posloljlcr .Box
\R'E YOU SICK ? MEDICINE AND TREATment -
ment Me. at 208 Vj N. ICUi St. U 153 Jyli *
'OR FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
vault work , etc. , see or nddresn W. O. Templc-
tun , gen'l. ng-t. , 405 N. Y. Life. U MC37 aC
CASH ADVANCED ON PUBLIC EMPLOYES
Biilarles. Commercial Trust Co. , 413 Bee I'ldB.
U * M733
SUMMER BOARDING AND PICNIC GROUNDS
at Hazel Dell nursery. Rrlttgs slnllon. Neb.
13 minutes ride from Wcboter street dflvit or
C. St. P. M. & O. R. R. depot , postolHre am
church at grounds. Pleasant drive or whce
rliles from city. Beautiful grove and good sprln ;
water. Tents for lent. Refreshments nerved ot
grounds. For particulars address J. Vi. Day
Neb. U .37-13
MRS. JACOIJSON HAS REMOVED FROM HI ;
Nicholas st. to CIO North 20th st. U TO-la *
UU1IIHALD JACI TlF LIVING rORRE3PONn
Mnnsfleld , Tloca Co. . Pn.
with J. II. JameK. *
Other papers please copy. _ U Midi 13
MORTGAGE LOANS. LOW RATES.
J. D. Zlttle , 16th nnd Douglas , Omaha.
U AITT'J ' Aw
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. , 318 N.Y. LIFE ,
loans at low ratM for choice security In Ne
braska nnd Iowa farms or Omaha city propertj
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST KATES. THE
O. F. Davis Co. , 1505 Farnam St. \\-4S7
CITY LOANS. C. A. BTARll. 515 N. Y. LIFE ,
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED O > i
or bought. F. O. Chcsney , Kansas t'ty ' Mo-
CAPITAL 12,000.000 ; SURPLUS , $600,000 ; U. S
Mortgage Trust Cg. . New York ; for C per ceni
Innus on city property apply to Pusey S
Thom.u , agents , room 2J7 , First Nat. Bk bldg
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAH/
real estate. Drennan.'Lovu & Co. , Paxton blk
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL 1MTATI
at 6 per cent. W. B. Molkel , 1st Nat. Ilk. bid ?
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAH/
property. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farnnm.
* * *
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CIT )
property. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 > ' "nrnnm
INVESTORS' DIRECTORY CO. . 10 WALL ST.
New York , offer any part 100,000 eastern In
vectors' names , who have money to Invest ; jut
complied. Wrlto for particulars. , , _ MM1 j , . ,
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS
horses , wagons , etc. , at lowest rates In cltr
no removal of goods ; strictly confidential ; yoi
can- par 'ho loan , off at any time or In an ;
" " " " ' " '
'OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
300 So.16th St. .
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE ANI
pianos. Fred Terry. 430 Ramge blk. X 437
MODEL LOAN CO. , 403 NEW YORK LIFE.
X 1SJ JylO *
8i2.ooo.oo' ' STOCK : OF MERCHANDISE IN DES-
tcmn In fnatcin Nebraska , for land and caa
or equivalent. Address S 23. care Bee.YM93I
3 SOLID INVESTMENTS ; 11RICK BUSINES ;
block , water power ( louring mill , tine Ice bus !
ness. H. C. Alger & Co. , Sheridan , Wyo.
FOR SALE STOCK OF MILLINERY ; BES1
location In the city. Good reason for selling
Address at once , T IB. Bee. Y 430
J3.700. DRUG STORE DOING GOOD HUSINES !
J. J. Olbaon , 1st National bank. Y M701 14
J2.6CO. SALOON IN ONE OF THE LEADIN
hotels. J. J , Gibson , 1st Nat. Bank.YM7001I
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN REAL ESTAT
nnd abstract business In central Nebraska f <
nl < ? . T 45. Omaha , Bee. Y M731 A7
A GOOD OPENING FOR THE RIGHT PARTI
For sale , a stock of general merchandise ( d <
piutmom lore goods ) . Best of hiwlnen loci
tlon In a live city of 2,000 Inhabitants ; ici
rrnwinnWe. Will Hive good reason : ) for nrlllni
Addie.iH T 49. Bee , Omaha. Y M735 11
FOR SAL12T GOOD DRY GOrtTjS BUSINESS
imolcc about J4.000.00 ; good location ; In count
f U In western Iowa ; good ruasuni for solllnt
Address T 51 , cart ! Bee. Y M7IT7 11'
SHOE STORE FOR SALE : STOCK tt.SW.OI
Ueht Htand ; best trade ; bext city smith ester
Io\\n ; rate chanot. A , 1' . O. Box iGJ , Shriiir
ilaiih , la. Y M71i 11'
WANTED TO TRADE , NEW STANDARD B ]
cycla for drafj horse welglilns 1.100 pounds c
more. E. J. uavli , 1110 Fat nam st. 2 837
I WANT MERCHANDISE IN EXCHANGE FOI
real estata and cash. H. A. Wagner. Onrilu
FOR TRADE. EQUITY IN RENTAL PROI
iTty for ciittjK" . routhtt extern part of towi
AJilrfM T 47 , lie- . ' . & M7oi i ;
WANTED. TO lxCHANGE OMAII.V 1-RO1
crty , free Pf Incumbrnnce , for BIJ engine .
about ll\e-hc > r o pnwi-r. either stfum or giisoiln
Adilrojui A. P. Manning. Fremont. Neb.
_ 5M7S4 12
I HAVE THREE OR FOUR GOOU FARMS
want to exchange for hortcs. Ht J. Roihwrl
Omaha. Neb. Z MJC ! " 21'
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
ABSTRACTS. THE BYRON REED COMPAN'
FARM LANDS..C. F. HARRISON , SIS N. Y. Llf
DO YOir WANT A BEAUTIFUL MODER
cottage homo within walking distance frum 1
O , , Innldu one mllof We hav * \ \ > n of th * >
Juki romiilpUnl that lire molds , and wo w
sell them nt greatly rcduswl prlcva and take
a t30i.OO to ) V > J.CO lot as part payment.
These ara lucntcd an Bun it reel , just vast
rth street. Will li open Hundjyv Call and I
Remember wo will tnl. your vacant lot as pa
I > aj m nt.
Why will you iwy rent on a houno ami tin
pay taxes on vacant p > * > ; > city nlieo > ou can mal
urh R ileo.1 a * thlaT
tVethonn lieaiitlfnl honiei or call at our oBl
aiMl wit will be moat pi'.u l lo ulifiw them.
Fidelity Ttuat company. ioj Farnnm strrot.
IMPROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAH
at prices that ulll MirprUe you. It taken llli
1 week * . J. H. Sherwood. 43 N. Y. IJfe.
BARGAINS. HOUSES , LOTS AND FARJ
* 1 * OK UjJc. F. 1C Dm line. ItarKtr block.
BARllAINS. HALO OR TRADE IN CITY PRO
rtl s ana faun * . John N. Fren r , opp. v. i
HOMES ON EASY 1'AYilEXTrt. SET-U AN
buy lots , seres , tnirns. Gan-ln Bros. , no N * . Y. :
AT A BARGAIN , JOUNVU LOT. PAVE
n * t , i cuitasei , ( . 7 sn < l I rooms eaeh. brli
luitrir.rnt , nnlcr and. s < nr conaiiotloii. la Lt
rrsldince luirt'cn. ' month- ! rental Sll. Amily I
letter to Jc-m Sohunx , : ll building.
I. ENQINBKRS AND CONTOACTI
s ( > r v' ' > ) Ul % llNhl and motor pui.il * olid c
kliilt t-t fleiiri i -n triictlon. Westcni K'e
tr M S il > y Co. , ! ! U Howard It. 510
BECAUSE ITS THE BEST. PUREST 5 MOST ECQHOMICAL
OMAHA. HI.KCTUO-QAI.VAN1O INSTITITH ,
roam 410 N. V. I.lfo llld'Ri treatment of all
uterlno troubles , leucorrhoen. painful or sup
pressed menstruation , catarrh and throat trou
bles ; It Is now the recomilzed remedy ;
hemorrolds are cured without , knife or pain ;
lady attendant. . M'St 14 *
. .ADIESI CIIICIIKSTEn'S IINULISII PKNNY-
royal 1'IUs ( diamond brand ) are the best ; safe ,
reliable ; tnl < e no other ; send 4c , stamps , for
particulars , "Hellof for Ladles , " In letter by
return mall. At drugidsts. Chlchestcr Chcm-
leal Co. . Philadelphia. Pa.
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION.
SHAKES IN MUTUAL U & U. ASS'N PAY
6. 7 , S per cent when 1. 2. 3 years old , always
redeemable. 1701 Karnam st. Nattlngcr , Seo.
IO\V TO CJET A HOMn OH HKCUKE GOOD
Interest on savings. Apply tb Omaha L. & U.
AsH'n , 1701 Bee bide. O. II. Nattlneer. See.
It. MAItOWITZ LOANS MONEY. 418 N. 10 ST.
M. o. DAXON ; 402 N. ICTU. ua.
STCKMNO 11UILT 1,1KB A WATCH. WEST.
ern Electrical Supply Co. , 1315 Howard street.
_ _ _ _ _
SHE TUB VISIDLE UAIA TICAniNOS ON
Ilelay Special. Will Danium nro , , 120 N. 15th ,
A. L. DEANE & CO. , 1116 FAIINAM STIIEEX
VESTERN BICYCLE & GUN CO. . 241C CUMINO
MANTELS , OKATi'b AND TILES.
WOOD MANTELS. CIRATE3 , TILES FOP
flre places , vestibules and largo floors ; write foi
prices. Milton Rogers & Sons. Omaha. S09
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL , 613 N. Y. LIFE ,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. MOIUULL. PAPER HANGING. HOUSI
sign painting , brick work , plastering ; off. II. 1 ,
Darker l > lk. ; tel. 753 ; chop 913 N. 24th at.
II. K. UURKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR ANI :
cmbaltner , 1C1S Chicago St. , telephone 90. 612
SWANSON & VALIEN , 1701 CUMINO , TEL 1MO
M. O. MAUL , UNDERTAKER AND EMIJAI.M
cr , 1U7 Farnam st. , telephone 225. 614
C. W. UAICER. UNDERTAKER. 613 S. 1CTII ST
STRAYED. A SMALL I1LACK AND WII1TI
cow , without horns ; half. Jersey , half Holsteln
If found please return to SIS S. 20th and recrlv
reward. lost 748-10 *
LOST , SUNDAY EVENING , ON THE DRIVJ
from Omaha to Florence , a lady's shoppln
bag , containing purse , pin with pearl scttlnfi
etc. Leave with Mrs. W. F. liechtcl , 2118 Sew
nrd St. . for reward. Lost 713 12 *
A. qOOD THING-PUSH IT ALONG , MAY U ]
the latest slang phrase , but that's Just wha
we're doing with SHBIUDAN COAL. 8,000 ton
sold Jn Omaha last year. We give you 2,00
Ibs. of the best Wyoming cooking coal for $ I.M
Victor White , mgr. , 1C05 Farnam st. Tel. 15 ]
GOOD PASTURE FOR HORSES , tl.OO PE1
month per head. Charles Cans , St. Paul , Neh
M.USIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
GEORGE F. GELLENBECK. BANJO ANI
guitar teacher. I'll Cosa street. M 103
CHAMPION STEAM CARPET AND RI' (
Cleaning Works do their work the best an
cheapest. 718-20 S. 14th St. Tel. 635. U. S. Q
Kuhn , manager ; Patrick Ward , foreman.
J20 Jy 20
AETNA HOUSE ( EUROPEAN ) . N. W. COH
13th and Dodge. Rooms by day or week.
6 ! ]
RAILWAY TIME CAR !
Leaves IDUKLINQTON & ilO. lUVUrt.lArrives
OinahalUnlou Depot , 10tu tt Mason Sta.l Omaha
10:15am : Denver Express 8:40arr :
4S5pm.l31k. Hills , Mont. A I'ucet Bud , KJC. 4:0.pn :
IJSpm Denver Kxpreu 4:05pn :
7 : < Bpm..N.ura ku Ixical ( except Sunday,7:45un ) :
S:15am..Lincoln Uaai ( except Sunday.llZiun :
2:15inn. : . . Vast &Iallfor Lincoln ) Ually. . . .
teaes ICIIICAQO , BURLINGTON & "QTTArrlves"
QmahalUnlon Depot , IQlli A Mason Hta.l Omaha
4:45pm : Chlcaso Vestibule 8:50nn
: Wam Chicago Uiplfsa 4:15pn :
7SOpm. : . Chicago and at. Lou La Jixprts * . . COOun
U:3Sum : Pacific Junction Local 6:30pn :
F st Mall J : jpn
Ltaves [ CHICAGO , MIL. & BT. PAUL.IArrl es
Oiuahal Union Depot , 10th ft Mason Bts.j Omaha
C.OOpm Chicago Limited 9:30an :
USOam : Chicago Uaprcsa ( ex. Bun )
Leaves [ CHICAGO & NOnTIUVEStrN.jArrlvea
OmahalUnlon Depot , luth A Mason St . | Omaha
lOMOam . Knatern Impress . . G:30nn
430pm . VVstlUuli-d Limited . 9:2Jaj ]
CWam : . Mo. Valley Local . 10:3jp : > i
6:4Spm. . Omaha Chicago Special . l:4iun :
Leaves I ClilCAaor"n7ir& PACJFioTTArFl
OmahalUnlon LjjepptUUi ) te Ma on atg.Omahc |
lltMnm. . . Atlantic- Express t Sunday ) . . . 6:33mi
C25pm . Night Express . 3:2Jir :
4 ; < 0pm . Chicago Veatlbultd Limited. . . . .
6 :43im. : . Oklahoma & Texas Kx ( vx 8un.10:3 ) : aT
IMOptn . Colorado Limited . 4COpo
C. , BT. P. . M. & O. ( Arrives
Oniuh.M Depot. 15th and \Vtbattr Sta. I Omaha
" " " "
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MAJOBIXY FAVORED FUSION
Democrats Meet nail Hrso'vo ta Confer
with the Citizen * ' Movement Cnnimlttor.
The fusion sentiment prevailed at the meet
ing of the democratic county central committee
too held yesterday afternoon.
Henry C. Miller , chairman , explainedthal _
local politics wcro In such a condition thai
ho had found It Imperative to seek advice
Detailing his views , ho said that the sllvci
Issue should be Ignored In local politics. Hi
outlined a plan for appointing a commutes
to confer with a like committee frtml thi
city central committee , which Joint commltte <
should confer with the citizens' reform move
ment to ascertain what It had to offer am
to what It would agree. He said that It wai
the common desire to down the A. P. A. !
and the result would be disastrous to dem :
ocracy If the citizens' movement waa al
lowed to go forward and. unite the democrat
and republican elements.In the proposed move
ment. Should something- tangible bo offered
then the committee , ' having made Its re
port , a proclamation could bo Issued to tin
democracy and the democrats would deter
mine on some basis for1 the division of tin
ofllcos. ' r
Some twenty members,1 the commlttci
were present and a general discussion fol
lowed to ascertain htiw'much , If anything
cpuld be conceded. J , Connor favored fusloi
on. "a fair basis to democracy. " Oscar Pick
ard preferred defeat 'and ' a full tlckel
Henry Dloom wantej Jo throw out some feel
era to find the strength , ot the movemen
now crystallzlng. Joltn F. Murphy admlttei
that democracy would , be : again defeated unless
loss It fused with the , citizens' reform move
ment. Glftord opposed fusion because las
fall ho had tested a l < eg-vof beer In his die
trlct as a votp getter , to Paddock's dls
comflture. William McCoombs was In wit
the majority. Kd MUllln favored fusion ani
good government , .tjocajtse' tbe republican
now asking- toe goodtBarernmont < had fallei
to support the "good" democrats nominate
last year , Philip Andres opposed fusion
Peter DIrkbauser eald he haJ discovered i
breach In the republican ranks because c
the new movement , and If democrats wottl
rush In ha thought they would soon hav
all the offices to themselves. John O'Connel
pointed out the futility , of democrats tryln
It alone. "We might as well try to gras
the moon , " he said.
At this point the fact that democrat.3 Ilk
John F. Goad were In for good governmcn
through the citizens' movement was suggeste
and C. L. Smith showed that In every pre
vlous election the democratic expectations be
fore election were sure to bo blasted who
there had been no fusion. John Zeller wa
In for a good compromise , "because a goo
thing. " W. S. Shoemaker made a stron
talk- for delay In appointing a committee ur
til the citizens' movement was thorough !
organized. He wanted lS democratic con
ventlon called after the citizens' conventlo
and then If the latter had gene wrong th
democrats could steer clear ot them. H
urged the need that democrats had of suppoi
because they hadn't a paper they could bran
as "democratic. " George Tlerney was certal
that the citizens' movement would be for re
form and not for quibbling for ofllcei
"Thousands of citizens are keeping silent , bu
lending It their support , " he continued. HI
motion , framed along \tie line suggested b
Miller , that seven men be appointed to confe
with a citizens' committee , Miller to be chili
man , and the balance- evenly divided an t
fusion , prevailed. The * city central commltte
will be called on. to appoint li similar com
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deodorant and germicide purifying , clean :
Ing and healing.
IT IS NOW TREASURER DUMONC
Ho Takes Fornnl INmsruslon ot the Uulc
unit City I-'uniU.
At * the close of business yesterday J. II
Dumont took formal "possession of the offlc
of the city treasurer- Henry Dolln shoo
hands with bis former employes and becam
a private citizen. It had been the Intentlo
that the ofllce should change hands In th
morning , but It was decided that this could b
more easily accomplished after the books ha
been closed for the day. The finance toir
mlttee ot tbe city council checked up th
cash , which amounted to $658.43 , and thl
was receipted for by Mr. Dumont. The shorl
age of Mr. Bolln was not considered In th
receipting process. U was allowed to stan
with the understanding that the * bondsme
would make It good aa soon as It was satis
factorlly adjusted between them. It I
claimed that the shortage covers both term
of ofllce and aUo reals upon the bondsme
for the Doard of Education , so that th
amount Is to be adjustbd between three dlffei
ent sets of bondsmen. ] This adjustment wl
require considerable tlmo , and It U feare
that It may prove to .fcSUi very complicate
Treasurer Dumont has named Frank Darke
of the Dank of Commer ' s his deputy an
ha says that there wllt | > : no other changt
In the ofllce forca at present.
The official bond which * Jt II. Dumont la n
quired to give to the Board of Education wa
approved at a speclafp-rdJtIng of the boar
held last evening. Tlfe"sCfiool fund was nc
transferred to th'e new Hrcasurer yesterda
on account of the facUUiM the bond had m
been approved , but the < Hransfer will tal
place this morning. , president Akin , Seen
tary Glllan and Chairman Uurgcsa of th
finance committee- were , ppolnted as a con
mltteo to be present this morning and se
that the Interests of the board are protectei
The new treasurer will be directed to con
ply strictly with section 2403 of Cobbey
statutes , which relates to the proper depos
of the school funds. He will also be admor
Ishcd that no warrant shall be registered an
draw Interest when there Is sufficient mone
In the fund to pay It. He will ba required t
report on the Saturday preceding each regt
Ur meeting of the board tha amount In tli
fund and the binks In which It Is deposltei
and also to report at the second reguU
meeting : In each month the amount of ou
standing Interest on Interest bearingwa
rantst , the first report of thl kind to t
made July 13.
All members ot Omaha lodge No. 26 , I
ot P. , are requested to meet at Castle ba
this evening at 7:30 : to make arrangemenl
for the funeral of late brother Qotlelb Zln
merman. Dy order of A. J. Harlwlg , C. (
( Cciiyrlghtid , IsflJ , ly Irvlnp llachtller. )
"Those rufllans have sclzca her. They will
clll her , " I cried.
Duroo sprauK down with the Inartlculato
shouts of ono whose reason had loft him.
lo struck the door so frantically with his
naked hand that ho left a blotch of blood with
"Hero Is the key , " I shouted , picking ono
from the floor. "She must have thrown It In
at the Instant that she was torn away. "
My companion snatched It from mo with a
shriek of Joy. A moment later he dashed It
down on the boards. U was so small that It
was lost In the enormous lock. Duroc sanl :
upon on ? of the boxes with his head between
ila hands. IIo scbboJ In his despair. I could
hava sobbed , too , when I thought of the
woman and how helpless we were to eavff her.
Dut I am not so easily baulcd. After all ,
his key must liavo been sent to us for a pur
pose. The lady could not brljig us that of the
door because this murderous stepfather of
icrs would most certainly have It In his
pocket. Yet this other key must have a
meaning , or why should she risk her llfo to
place It In our hands. It would say llttlo for
our wits If we could not find out what that
meaning might be.
I set to work moving all the cases out from
the wall , and Duroc , gaining new hope from
my energy , helped me with all his strength.
It was no light task , for many of them were
large and heavy. On we went , working like
maniacs , slinging barrels and cheeses and
boxes pell-mell Into the mlddlo of the room.
At last there only remained ono huge barrel
ot vodkl , which stood In the corner. With
our united strength wo rolled It out and
there was a little , low wooden door In the
wainscot behind It. The key fitted , and with
a cry of delight we saw It swing open before
us. With the lamp In my hand I squeezed
my way In , followed by my companion.
Wo wore In the powder magazine of the
castle a rough-wallod cellar , with barrels
all around It , and .one with the top staved
Wq were In the powder magazine of the castli
In' In the center. The powder' from It la
In a. black heap on the flobr. Beyond thcr
was" another door , but It Was locked.
"Wo are no better off than before , " crle
Duroc. "We have no key. "
'Wo have a dozen , " I cried.
Where ? "
pointed to the line of powder barrels.
'You would blow this door open ? "
But you would explode the magazine. "
It was true , but I was not at the end c
"We shall blow open the store room door ,
I ran back and seized a tin box whic
had been filled with candles. It was abet
the size of my bushy largo enough to hoi
several pounds of powder. Duroo filled
while I cut off the end of a candle. Who
wo had finished It would have puzzled
colonel of engineers to make a better petan
I put three cheeses on top of each other an
placed It above them so as to lean again !
the lock. Then we lit our candle-end an
ran for shelter , shutting the door of tl
magazine behind us.
It was no joke , my friends , to Ila am on
all those tons of powder , with the knowlcdg
that If the flame of the explosion shoul
penetrate through one thin door our blacl
ened limbs would bo shot higher than tli
c < tstle keep. Who could have believed thr.
a half-Inch of candle could take so long t
burn ? My ears were straining- the tlm
for the thudding of the hoofs of the CossacV
who were coming to destroy us. I had a
most made up my mind that the candle mus
have gone out when there was a smack Ilk
a bursting bomb. Our door flew to bits , an
pieces of cheese with a shpwer of turnip
apples and splinters of cases were shot I
among us. As we rushed out we had I
stagger through on Impenetrable smoke , wit
all sorts of debris beneath our feet , bi
there was a glimmering square where tli
dark door had been. The petard had don
In fact. It had done more for us than w
had ventured to hope. . It had shatterc
Jailors as well as Jail. The first thin
that I saw as I came out was a man wit
a butcher's ax in his hand , lying flat o
his back with a gaping- ' wound across h
forehead. The second was a hugo do
with two of Its legs broken twisting I
agony upon the floor. As It reared itself
saw the broken ends flapping llko flail
At the Borne Instant I heard a cry , an
there was Duroc thrown against the wa
with the other hound's teeth In his throa
He pushed it off with his left hand , whll
again and again he passed bis sabi
through its body , but It was not until
blew out It's brains' with my pistol tb :
the Iron Jaws relaxed and the fierce , bloot
shot eyes were glazed In death.
There was no time for us to pause ,
woman's scream from in front a screai
of mortal terror that told us even now w
might be too lato.
There were two other men In the hal
but they cowered away from our draw
swords and. furious facos.
The blood was streaming from Duroc
neck and dyeing the gray fur of his pi
llsse. Such was the lad's flre , howeve
that ho shot In front of mo , and It was enl
over his shoulder that I caught a gllmpi
of the scene as wo rushed Into the chan
her In which we had first seen the masti
of the Castle ot Gloom.
The/ baron was standing In the mldd
of the room , with his tangled mane brls
ling like an angry lion. He was , as I Jia\
said , a huge man , with enormous vhou
/ders , and as he stood there with his fai
flushed with rage and his uword advance
I could not but think , that In spite of a
hl villainies he had a proper figuretor
grenadier. The lady lay cowering In
chair behind htm. A weal across ono >
her white arms and a dog whip upon tl
floor were enough to show that our e
cape had hardly been in time to save hi
from his brutality. He gave a howl 111
a wolf as we broke In , and was up9n i
In an instant , backing and driving wll
a curie at every blow.
I have already said that tbo room gai
no space for swordsmanship. My your
companion was In front of ,110 in tbo na
row passage between the table and tl
wall , so that I could only look on wlthoi
being able to aid him. The lad kne
something of his weapon , and was i
fierce and active as a wildcat , but la i
narrow cpaco the weight and strength
the giant gave him the advantage , n
sides , bo was an admirable swordama
His parade and repoata were as quick i
lightning. Twice ho touched Duroo up <
the shoulder , and then as the lad sllpyi
on a lunge he whirled up bU sword
finish him before he could recover h
feet. I was quicker than ho , however , at
took the cut upon the pommel ot my eabr
"Excuse me , " laid I , "but you bavo st !
to dtal with Btlonne Gerard. "
IIo drew back and leaned against tl
tapestry covered wall , breathing In.lilt
hears ; gasps , for his foul living was
against him. . .
"Tako your breath , " said I. "I will await
your convenience. "
"You have no cause of quarrel against
me , " he panted. . , .
"I ewe you some little attention , " said I ,
for having shut mo up In your storeroom.
Besides , If all others were wanting , I see
cause enough upon that lady's arm. "
"Have your way , then , " he snarled , nnd
leaped at me llko a madman. For a minute
I saw only the blazing blue eyes , and the red
glazed point which stabbed and stabbed , rasp
ing off to right or lo loft , , and yel never back
al my Ihroat and my breast. I had never
thought that such good sword play wasi to bo
found at Paris In the days of the revolution.
I do not suppose that In all my little affairs
I have mot six men who hadl better knowl
edge of their weapon. But he Know that I
was his master. He read death In my eyes ,
and I could read that ho read It. The flush
died from his face. Ills breath came In short
and thick * gasps. Yet he fought on , even
after the final thrust had come , and died still
hacking and cursing with foul cries upon his
lips and Ills blood clotting upon his orange
board. I who speak to you have seen to many
battles that my old memory can scarce con
tain their names , and yet of all the terrible
sights which these eyes have rested upon
there la none I care to think of less than that
strange beard with the crimson stain In the
center , from which I had drawn my sword
It was only afterward that I hael tlmo to
think of all this. His monstrous body had
hardly crashed down upon the floor before the
woman In the corner sprang to her feet , clap
ping her hands together and screaming out In
her delight. For my part I was disgusted to
see a woman take delight In such a deed of
blood , and I gave no thought ot the torrlblo
wrongs which must have befallen her before ,
she could so far forget the gentleness of her
sex. It was on my tongue to toll her sharply
to be silent when a strange choking smell
took the breath from my nostrils , and a sud
den yellow glare brought out the figures of
the faded hangings.
"Duroc. Duroc , " I shouted , tugging at his
shoulder. "Tho castle Is n flre. "
But the boy lay senseless upon the ground ,
exhausted by his wounds. I rushed out Into
the hall to see whence the danger came. It
was our explosion which hai set a light to
the dry framework of the door. Inside the
storeroom some of the boxes were already
blazing , I glanced In , and as I did so my
blood was turned to water by the sight of the
powder oarrels beyond and of the loose heap
en the floor. It might be seconds , It could
not be more than minutes , before the flames
would bo at the eJge of It. These eyes would
bo closed In death , my friends , before they
cease to see thosa crawling lines of flre and
the black heap beyond.
How llttlo can I remember of what followeJ.
Vaguely I can recall how I rushed Into the
chambsr of death , 1iow I seized Duroc by one
limp hand and dragged him down the hall ,
the woman keeping pace with mo anil' ' pullIng -
Ing at the other arm. Out ot the gateway
wo rushed and on down the snow covered
path unt'l ' we were on the fringe of the fir
forest. It was at that moment that I hoard
a crash behind mo and glancing around saw
a great apoiK of flro shoot up Into the wintry
sky. An Instant later there seemed to come
a second crasa , far louder than the first , and
I saw the flr trees and the stars whirling
round mo an1 I fell unconscious across the
boly of my comrado.
It was some weeks before I came lo myself
In the post house of Arensdorf , and longer
still before I could be told all that had be
fallen me. It was Duroc , already able to go
Yet he fought on even after the final thrust ha
soldiering , who came to my bedside nnd gay
me an account of It. He It was who tel
mo how a piece ot timber had struck me o
the head and bad laid mo almost dead upo
the ground. From him , too , I learned ho
the Polish girl had run to Arensdorf , ho1
she had roused our hussars , and how sh
had only just brought them back In tlm
to save us from the spears of the Cossack !
who had been nummoned from their blvoua
by that same black-hearted secretary whoi
we had seen galloping so swiftly over tli
snow. As to the bravo lady who had twlc
saved our lives , I could not learn ver
much about her at that moment from Duroi
but when I chanced to meet him In Parl
two years later , after the campaign c
Wagram , I was not very much surprise
to find that I needed no Introduction to hi
bride , and that by the queer turns (
fortune he had himself , had he chosen to ui
It , that very name and title of the Dare
Straubenthal , which showed him to be th
owner of the blackened ruins of the Cast !
of Gloom , ( The End. A new Illustrate
story by H. Lynde , entitled "The Professor' '
Daughter , " commences In Friday's Bee. )
THEIR NAMES ON THE 3JI8 :
Police Communion Confirm * Chief White'
Selection ot Men.
At a special meeting of the Hoard of Fit
and Police Commissioners , held yostcrda
afternoon , seventeen men were elected I
fill the existing vacancies on the police fore. .
No action was taken with regard to tli
election of a captain or a sergeant. Tl
names of the successful candidates for brai
buttons are : Al Keysor , J. Hcngen , S. I
Collins , M. D. McMahon , James Craven
V. D. Lilly , J. A. Starkoy , Carl Carlsoi
M. Gentleman. J , S. Uonk , P. M. Tobli
Bartholomew Caramcllo , F. p. Murpn-
Frauk Percy. James Gorman , Carl L. Mai
sen aud H. HcCauley.
These are the men who were tclcctcd t
Chief While , lu accordance \\ltli tbo actlc
of the board at tho. previous meeting. Tt
list was dlscuised for upwards of on lieu
Strlckler and Smith \vero willing to vo
for Bomo of the men named , but they d
clared that thoy- would Dot vote for tl
list entire. They wanted a separate ba
lot , but they ware overruled , and tbe UK
named were elected , Strlcklcr and Smll
voting "no , " for the reason mentioned.
The board adjourned until Friday nfto
noon at 4 o'clock , when the nr w pollcemt
will bo expected to file their bonds aud I
ready to be assigned to duty.
Gntharcd In by nn Ofllcar.
Detective Savage lait evening arrested
M. Keller at tbe Grand hotel on the Inform ,
tlon received from an officer at Co If ox , I
The prisoner was charged with being a fug
tire from Justice. U li not known what ll
charge against Keller Is. Ila laid that I
* left Colfax several days ago , where he h ;
been In the rqitaurnnt butlncsi. Hi ) claim
that there were debts amounting to $2
agaln.it him and that hisarrrat had bee
caused uy his creditors. The Coltax odl < :
ha bun notified ; of the arreit.
The unrivaled boquct that Cook's Ext
Dry Imperial has , hi * made It a fuvorl
with all eood Judges.
BALL THROUGH HI9 HEART
ClottUlb Zlinmcrtnnmt' Uors to Pyiullcnt *
1'nrk unit CnmiiiUi Milclile.
Gottlclb Zlmmermann , a welt known German
who resided al 1013 Pierce street , commuted
ulcldo about 2:30 : o'clock yesterday after
noon at the west entrance to Syndicate park
y shooting himself through theheart. . De
pendency Is supposed to have been the cause
f the man taking his life. Zlmmmnann
vent down to South Omaha yesterday to looker
or work. At ono phco whore ho had ox-
pectoil to ge-t employment ho \ > ns dlsap-
lolntod and wandered up Into the business
tartlon ot the city. There ho mot Rudolph
lartz and the men Imd n gluts of beer to
other. At this time r.lmmcrmnmi statett
tint ho was dead broke and had walked to
South Omaha In hope of tlndlng work , hut
lad been disappointed. Ho did not appear
o bo particularly depressed. About noon ho
> ent Into Otto Maurcr'a restaurant and
itaycd no.irly nn hour. Ho appeared to be In
ils usual spirits and took n glass or two ct
ecr. About 1 o'clock ho left MnureF's
aylng ho wan going home. That was the
ast the people In the restaurant siuv of htm
ntll his remains were taken to llrowor
& Sloano's morgue at South Omaha.
The body wag found by two boys , Frank
\ndorson and lien Tombrank. Those ladu
vcro RoltiK Into Syndicate park when at the
vest entrance they oaw n man sitting lu the
Totch of n tree. At first the boys thought
hat the man had fallen asleep , but upon a
Ittlo Investigation a revolver was found lying
t his feet. Tlila frightened the boys and
hey notified the police. Upon arriving at
ho scene Chief Dronnnn of South Omaha
ook charge of the remains until Coroner
laul arrived. When Mr. Maul searched the
orpso ho found two notes written upon the
> ack of Zlmmcrmann's former business
cards. One read :
"To Mike Maul , or Whom It May Concern :
Doir Friend Send mo hcmo , 1013 Plcrco
treot , Omaha. G. ZIMMBRMANN. "
The other rend :
"Please notify Capitol lodge , Ancient Free
and Accepted Masons , Knights of Pythias
No. 2C. also Omaha Veteran Firemen , of
vlilcli I am a member.
" 0. ZIMMBHMANN. "
After viewing the remains at the morgue
ho coroner ordered the body brought to
) maha. An Inquest will not bo hold unless
ho deceased had llfo Insurance.
Zlmmermann was well known both In Omaha
and South Omaha , having been prominent In
' crmau affairs. Ot late his friends have
ccpt a watch on him , as he had made ono
or two previous attempts at self-destruction.
A special meeting of the veteran fireman ,
f which association Zlmmermann was o mom-
icr. was huhl last night In the oIDce of Chief
ledell to make arrangements for the funeral.
V committee of three , W. L. May , Sol
'rlnco and F. II. Kocstors , was appointed ta
ake the matter In charge. The committee
vlll purchase flowers and appoint three pill
jearers. All members of the association were
requested to attend the funeral In full unl-
CENTRAL LABOR -UNION ACTS
Circle Check Hyitem Aliant Itcuity to lie
Tut lu Operation.
At a meetlngi of the Central Labor union
leld last night the committee on the. circle
check system reported that steps were being
aken toward the perfection of the system
and nsltod for further time to complete ar
rangements , which tlmo was granted. It Is
expected by the committee that every ar
rangement for launching this system will bo
n working order by the first of the month.
The question of civil service reform In
city affairs was discussed by a unmoor of
.he delegates , the consensus of opinion being
hat some plan of civil service reform should
be adopted by the city of Omaha. A commlt-
: ae Is now working with the city council
Tying to get that body to submit the question
: o a vote of the people , It that Is found to ba
: he bsst way lo secure the desired end. It
s evident from tha speeches made that a
strong sentiment In favor of removal of city
servants from the Vicissitudes of politics has
developed In the Central Labor union and
among the laboring men generally In tha city ,
The question of celebrating Labor day was
discussed by several delegates , and n com-
mltteo of five was appointed to consider the
question ot how. to best celebrate the day
: hls year , to report at the next regular meet
ing of the union. This committee lit W. S.
Sebrlng , J. D. Shupp R. C. Rowley , Au
gust Deermau and John Kerrigan.
President J. IJ. Shupp recommended that
Iho city council bo asked to repeal the or
dinance preventing hand bills being passed
an the streets of the city. The recommenda
tion was adopted. It was argued that the
prevention of distributing hand bills kept
many printers out of employment and also
made the calling ot labor meetings more
expensive. It was also argued that the or
dinance was In the Interest ot large adver
tisers and a detriment to small dealers.
President Shupp recommended that a com
mittee bo appointed to consider the local
political question and make a report at the
next meeting of the union , with recommenda
tions as to what Is best for the worklngmcn
to do in Uie coming campaign. The president
expressed dissatisfaction with all political
parties now In existence. The following com
mittee was appointed : August Beerman , P ,
J. Donnelly , John Kerrigan , K. S. Fisher.
G. W. Sablno , J. L. Dalrd aud K. H. Deck-
FOIt-A BRAIN S1L31ULANT
Ufa Hartford's Acltl L'lioiplmto.
Dr. W. F. Toombs , Marrlllton , . Ark. , sayi :
"I la certainly the finest brain stimulant I
have found. "
HIS COAST WA3 DISASTROUS
lllrjclo Itldor Taken n Plnasnnt Itlile nnd
Moots a Serious Mlslmp.
Yesterday afternoon at G o'clock W. Vnwln ,
a bicyclist , met with a , serious mishap at
the corner of Twelfth and Dodge street * ,
through his own carlessncss. He was coastIng -
Ing down Twelfth street to Dodge on a
slight grade , vtth bla feet over the hamllo
bars and with his arms folded. On Dodge
street , Just east ot Twelfth , a brewery wagon
was standing near the curb , the horses being
tied to a post. Vnwln turned the corner
safely , but while he was passing the wagon
his wheel slipped and ran Into the horrc.
He was thrown directly under the horse's
feet and his face and chest was trampled
upon by the animal , which was Jumping
about with fear. Bystander * went to Vn-
wln'a assistance and carried him Into Glad-
dlsh's drug storu on the corner.
Dr. Wormernley was summoned and dressed
Vnwln's wounds. The most severe Injury
was a cut extending from the lower angle
ot the mouth to the chin and which went
entirely through the flesh. He also had
two bad cuts In the forehead and there were
a number of others about the. face. Ills
chest was also badly bruised.
Vnwln lives at Twenty-eighth and Dawn-
Throe Snmll fires.
There were three small fires yesterday
afternoon. One was In the rear of the resi
dence ot Judge Scott at 2033 Dodgestreet. .
A pan of hot ashes was dumped against the
ilde of a barn and set flro to the structure.
The loss was nominal.
The 'second fire occurred at 6:55 : o'clock.
A member of the family of F. Krampert
was boiling lard In the basement of the rrsl-
"Jencs , 119 South Twenty-second street , and a
portion r.m over on thestove. . It blazed up
and an alarm was sent In , but before the de
partment arrived tlo : blaze had been put out.
There was no Ions ,
A domestic In a family living In the flat
at Seventeenth and Leavenworth itreeti ac
cidentally fct fireto some gasoline that wai
lying on a stove. A blare was itarleJ , but
It wus speedily put out. Th woman's hand
was slightly burned ,
TalKeil for ( inlil uuil Oliver.
The silver question furnished food last
evening for a lively debate at the meeting
ot tlia Swedish Republican club. The room
was comforably fi'.leil with members o ( the
club , gathered to hear the pros and cous
which w ro preu'nlca. by 0. C. Labeck and
John Steel , tbo former advocating the ciuio
of sliver and the latter taking , the position
that the country li , and has teen 16 all In
tents and purposes , on a gold standard for
yc.tri pait , and that as money Is a commodity
fie drculatlcn ot Mlvcr will follow and ba
governed hy the natural laws of commerce.
A J Djhlsroni , preildtnt of th * club , pr -
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