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THE O tAIIA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , JULY 17. 1805.
AdTertlsemetita tor ISiese rnitiiima will b
< ken tntll 18130 iv. in. for the rvcnlncund
until B p. nti for tlio rooming anil Snnda ;
AclTtrllseri" , liy reqrestlng nntnlxired
lieek , cnn Imva nnmtfru mlilrrsicil to a
uumhereil letter In rnro of 'llm lleo. An *
iwtrs * o ntlilrcMcd nlll be ilellToroil upon
1 lor ntntlon of the cherk only * Hates ,
I l-2c a nurd , first Inicrllnn , lo a ward
licrraflcr. INothlntf taken fur li § tlmn 2Bo
tor IIrut Insertion.
Ilieio HiltcrtUeinenti mutt tun consecutive
tive/ ! .
WANTKD. IIV WIDOW I.AtlV WITH 3-YEAIl.
old clillil. place In private family. Vfffte * not
no much ohject n a home. Address 1' 7. llee.
A M02I H'
HONKHT YOt'NO MAN WANTS CLIJJIKINO
ami driving delivery waiton. No , 1 referents
ami honesty bond : will take 129 per month and
board. Addrcsg U 8. Hoe. A-023 16
INTnLLIOKNT ANP TNDt'HTllIOt'S HOY , II
years old , aradualed from Kollum school last
term , wants Iilace In olllce where lie can learn
some huwlness. Address Andrew Nekton , 812 N
: ith slrecl , or 1112 Harney. rare Her & Co.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTKD. 1,000 MEN TO WIUTK ME TODAY
for Ihe recelpl ( ohsolulely free. In plain sealed
envelope ) which cured me of nervous debility ,
exhausted vitality , etc. Address C. J. Walker ,
llox 1311 Kalamaioo. Mich. 11-M4M
WANTKD , MAN ON 8ALAHY TO TAKR OK-
dars In city. If successful will receive ad-
vanccmcnt. Apply after 9 a.
WANTKD. LIVE , INTELLIGENT AOKNTS IN
Omaha lo organize cluhs of three to five
families for our famous orchard homes land
In central Mississippi. The tide of Immigration
Is going couth w.iore there nre no hot wlr.rts , no
cold winters , no hil/zards , no crop failures.
Where two to three crops can lie raised each
year. Where there Is no such thing as a fail
ure If a man will work one.hnlf as hard as he
does In this cojmliy. Cool summers , mild win
ters , sure paying crops of fruit nnd garden
truck , richest soil on earth , beat railroad
facilities , deo. W. Ames , general agent , 1H17
Farnam street , Omaha. n MIM
WANTED flALKSMEN. TRAVELING AND IX ) .
cal , hesl special or rtde line , choice o'territory. '
W. O. Templeton , Ocn'l. Ael- IDS N. * . I.8 ' , .
11 162 16
JCOOO TO 115000 HALAIIY PAID 8ALKHMKN
for cigars : experience nol necessary : extra In
ducements to customers. Illsho | > & Kline. St.
Louis. Mo. H-M8M W
WANTKO. A I'AlNTHn AND PAPHIt II
to work out n furl of the price of n sm-in
home. Hal. nee monthly payment. N. A. Kulm ,
druggist. ISth and Douglas. H 826-18
8AL15SMKN TO SELL PP.TIT I.nOOKIlB. HII.I.
reKlsters and other specialties lo inerch.ints by
sample : sldo lines. Model MfB. Co . Hmith
llend , Ind. H-MS71
WANTKDiTxpnmnNCKD ! nuv qpoons
salesman : musl be slnsle mini. 3) to 3j > ears
old. and hud experience In huylnc. Also want
man who hns had experience In peneral store.
Address , with reference , W. D. J'umer Alii-
nnc . Nth. H-M8'i3 17 *
IAIIOIUHH ran n. * M. nv. co JN WJO-
nilnR. Woik nuaranteed. Kree trnnspnttnllnn.
Kramer A O'Hearn. llth and rar
WANTfiD. SALESMEN TO SELL OIW LKAl-
Ing brands of clears. Klml-class ternn to
hustlers ; no drones need apply. Andrew Hum-
boldt ClKar Co. . Cincinna . O. 11-.M91J 22'
, ivTiiY"MAN AND WOMAN IN
the 1'nlled Htates Interested In the opium nnd
nhl > * ky ImbltH tn have rny book on thow ills.
easei free , by mill. Address II. M. JUiolej
box 03S7. Atlnntu , ( In. ll-MMI 1. *
SAI.USMIIN , TO DllirO TUADK : SIDII M.NT.
or otherwise. J. W. Knlfiht , 217-M5 Stale streel ,
lladne , WI3. 11 1936 17
" _ _ _ _
WANTED , A" MAN TO MANAOB AN OKP1CK
outside tfie cltv fnr nn old eHtabllHhed 81. Louis
firm. Salary J75 00 per month and commission.
Oo. l reference and $1'JO.O ' ) cafh reiiulreil. Address -
dress V 12. H"e , lt-.M92 ! 18'
W ANTES l BELP.
WANTED , LADIES TO BELL THK . . . . . . . . . . .
af * protector ; perfeclly harmless ; absolulely
reliable ; easily adjusted : sells nt sight , semi
for terms Addri'ss lVit. | 7 , La Crosse Spe-
ilally Co. ; La Crosse. Wls. O-M H 2f
aim , von onNr.nAL notisiswonic IN
smnll fnmlly. Must havj Ki > . , d references p
North 2ith ( Btreet * ( M ! > .i 18
WANTHD-A HIFINID : oini. TO AKHIHT
with second wink In urn ill family. Innulre
between 10 nnd 12 , forenoon , nt 131 ho. 2 > lh st.
WANTHI ) . A YOUNO I.AUY BTIJNOaRAJ'HKn
and t > pewrller for a few weeks. Must be pre-
po esslnJ ( In npnenrance. iind rapid. Address
glvlns salary deslreil. U 10. lleo. C M9I1 17 *
FOH KENT HOUSES.
nousis , r. ic. DARLINQ. DARKCR JILOCK.
HOUBKS IN AI.nrAnTSOPTHB CITY. THE
O. r. DaU Company , 1505 Farnam. U 4C8
IlOUaES. HKNAWA & CO. , 10 ? N , 15TH8T. _
U. 'E. COLE CO. . LAHOKST LIST IN OMAHA.
7-llOOM KAST FUONT MOUKllN. 302 N. 40T1I.
M _ _ _ _ _ _ _ D 185 JylS * .
-nOOM FLAT FOn KHNT. 1919 DODOB.
ron nNT , FLATS NHWI.Y rApnuuo AND
cleaned , northeast corner lllh end Howard
streets. Flftei-n dollars a month. Inquire room
3H , rirst National Uank building. D 7U-25
roil UKNT. rvn-uooM COTTAOKS. i4os-i
North 22d street. Kluht dollars per month. In.
Quire room 314 , I'lrst National I lank ImlldlnR.
KIOIIT-nOOM HOUSiS NKAU HIQII HCHOOL ,
515.00 nnd f23.00 per month. Inquire ZOIfi Cnpl-
lol ave. _ D 793-18 *
C-HOO.MII : > nousi : , CITY WATHII. r/rc. .
only J1100 per mo. 122J N. 2Uth Key next
door south. D S1831 li *
ron nnNT , io-noo.M MOHKIIN sos
North 22d street , near Davenport. Inquire at
301 N. 22d. D-MP01
ron iir.xT TWO S-IIOOM COTTAOIS : , o.vn
furnished. MH. . 30th. Modern.
D 906-21 *
KENT J ? ibriED BOOMS.
S FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
keeping. Iniulro J913 Dodge. . E M771
VERY PLEASANT NORTH OR SOUTH ROOMS
tmard. * 301 Douglas.E 778-17'
WANTKD , LADY' ROOMMATE , HOUHBKEEP.
Ing looms , MM St. Mary's. E-C1Z Jy S6
ri'RNISHED AND UNFURNISHED. 224 N.
19th street. . E-M8S3 ! *
roll RENT , FURNISHED ROOMS , WITH OR
without bonrd. 601 S. 13th. B MS8 A13
DESIRABLE SUITE OP ROOMS , ALSO SIN-
gl room , vilth or without Ixianl reroremv 1214
Farnam street. K M 17 *
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR TWO. 14J1
Howard Mreol. I MSOO 17
J NICE Ft'RNISIIED ROOMd TOR LIGHT
housekeeping. 111 ! South lllh. U 907-81 *
HOl'SEKEEPINU ROOMS. CONVENIENT ,
cheap , iool , liruu lawn. 2 < 11 St. Mary' * .
3EURN1SHED BOOMS AND BOaRD
NICKLY FL'UNISIIKD SOl'TII 1IOOM WITH
lioarxl for two ; private family : no other board.
fft ; besl home comforts. 6U No. list. bel.
CnllfMnln nnd Webster , F-WI
TO TRADE , DRESS SUIT. CHEST MEASURE
34 Inches , worn twice ; coil 175 , for horse , gun ,
or n > thing. . 8 4 : . Hee. F-135
UNFURNISHED ROOOMS TO RENT
1 SUITES OF LARGE HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. UOO pur room ; rcfu. 104) Bo. : 0lh.
ICK JIENT STOIUS.- > AND OFFIOEd
TOR RENT-TUB 4-STORY URICIC BUILUINO.
911 Farnam atrtet. This building has a fire
proof cement basement , complete steam heal
ing flxlurr * . water on all Moors , gns , etc. Ap
ply at the otilc * of Tha llee. 1 910
KOR RENT ! FIRST-CLASS THREE-STORY
and basement , bricK Mote building , No. 1003 Far *
nam street , Sultabl far any kind of business
Reasonable terms. Inquire room ZH First Nn.
tlonal Hank bulldlnir. t 740-a
MEN AND WOMEN. S3 TO 110 A DAY ADdress -
dress Ihe Hindy HeaUr Co. , S3I New York Life
bldg. . Oms.ha. Neb. J 474
AGENTS WANTED ; ENEIUIKTIl' MEN TO
s ll Roods by Kimplc al home or Havel ; easy
seller ; lltand salary 01 good commission , Ad.
dress , with ntump , 1 * , O , box IUVI , New York
Cltr. JMiTIS 17'
_ _ _
JVDY AGENTS. Ut'llIlER U.NDERUARMENT ;
nulik tabbig : profits ; futiil.ieue free. Mrs.
N. U. Little Mfg. Co. , Chicago. III.
WANTED TO RENT.
A OICNTLEMAN DESIRES FIHST-l'LASS
board In pil > air family f > r n few vnvks. Will
l > ay good price for llrtt-elsss aec > mm < xuulimit ,
AdJrvi * , with location and prlr ? . U II. 1U- .
K M9ii ;
u. a. WALLACE.
TEST STOnAOB BUILDING IN OMAHA. U. B.
ear. bonded warehouse ; household ( foods stored ;
lowest rules. 1013-1015 Leavenworth. M. 471
BTORAOE/FIIANK. EWERS TzU HARNEY.
PACIFIC STORAGE A WAREHOUSE CO. , MS
V10 Jones sis. General storage and forwarding.
FOU SALE KUKN1TTJKE.
roil HAM : , TWO nmmoou SUITS.
Inn foldlnc li I , dlnlnp room furniture , one
hard coal burner , all comparatively new. Pan
IK seen 2'J2 Davcnrj-irt street. O M830-17 *
FOIt HALE HORSES AND WAOON8
KOIl BAI.H. FINIJ OAIUUAOK THAM ; ORhD-
Inus , exact mates , young , gentle , gjM traveler -
ers. Address or rail i on Dr. W. H. .Tailings ,
403 I'axton block , Omaha , Neb. P-92S ! !
rou BAM : t'lANo HOX TOP nunaY. GOOD
as new , HZ. 1'aclllc Uxpiees barn , llth and
Capitol ave. I * S27 16 *
FOR SALE M.JCJCEI.I.ANEOUS
HAIIDWOOD COMBINATION HOO AND
chicken fence. Chas. II. Lee , 9th and Douglas.
PECUIUTIE3 FOR 8ALB.
We have a number of first mortgages In amounts
o JlOO lo J3.000 at 6H to S per cent for sale.
Nona bill Rill edged securities handled. Call
and see us.
Fidelity Tiusl Company , 1702 Farnam St.
Q 087 31
Toil HALti. GOOD FAMILY MILK COW. 4JD
and Hamilton. -Q M631
ALi : . WILL HELL AT SHI.RIFK'S BALK
July 30. 1S03 , 10-horae power traction engine nnd
b ll. Iniulro Win. S , , 300 and 333 le llldd .
Omaha. Q-.M9M 31
MRS. DR. II. WAlinnN , CLAIRVOYANT. HH-
liable business medium , etn year al 119 N. 16th.
KNOW THY PATH ; 1'ROF. LBUOY , Till ,
wonderful clairvoyant anil dead tmnee me
dium , 1713 Capitol nve. , Iclli everylhlnK ; your
future rt-xealeil , lovers united , troubles he led ,
names of friends and enemies and the one
you will marry. All In trouble c.ill. Hours , 9
a. in. to 9 p. in. Satisfaction guiranteel.
tt MS35 IS *
MADAM HMITH , 502 H. 13T1I , 2D KLOQR , ROOM
3 ; magnetic , vapor , alcohol , steam , uulpliurlne
und sea baths. TM874 20 *
MASSAGE , MADAMF UUHNARD , 14J1 DODG B.
MRS. DR. LKON. KL1.OANT MASSAGK AND
eleclrlo balh. Parlors realful o id refreshing.
412 Norlh Kill street. T-M7i)5 18 *
115 NORTH 1STH ST , ROOM 5 , HATII8 , 8B-
lect massage by an expert. Anna , from Chicago.
T 9W-20 *
TURKISH DATHS ; ONLY PLACE IN CITY
cxclusl/ely for ladles , tiulte 103-110 , IJeu bUlg.
LADIES' BATHS. MME. POST , 319Vi S. 15TH.
VIAVI co. . 346 nnn BLDO. : HEALTH HOOK
free ; home treatmenl ; lady allendant. UI83
D. HAAS. FLORIST , PLANTS , CUT FLOWBIIS.
Banquet , hall , residence nnd grave decorations.
1813 Vlnton street. Telephone 776. U M43I
UAT1IS. MASSAGE. MME. POST , 310 S. 13T1I.
A PIUVATE PAUTV HAS MONEY TO LOAN
on pianos. Jewels , blcvcles , etc. : business
strlclly conndcntlal. Addiesa. Poslotllcn llo\
J20. U M703
AUlfYOU SICK ? MEDICINE AND TREATment -
ment We , al 205V4 N. ICth st. U-113 Jyl7
FOR KIRK AND I1URC1LAR I'ROOI' SAI'-n3.
vault woik , etc. , see or address W. O. Temple-
ton , gen'l. Dg't. , 403 N. Y. Life. U M637 a8
CASH ADVANCED ON PUHLIO EMPLOYES' '
salaries. Commercial Trust Co. , 413 Hee llldc.
PRIVATE HOME FOR WOMEN DfltlNO
conllnement. Uest of references given. 3d9 N.
2Sth street. U-MSGS A13-
FINE LIVERY RIGS CHEAP. ED IIACMLRY ,
17th und St. Mury's uve. Telephone 410
U 903 n-H
MONi/Y TO LOAN liKAli ESTATE
ANTHONY IX3AN & TRUST CO. . 318 N.Y. LIFE ,
loans nt low rates for choice security In Ne
braska and Iowa farms or Omaha city property
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE
O. F. Davis Co. , 1503 Famam at. W 4S7
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR. 513 N. Y. LIFE.
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED ON
or bought. F. O. Chesney , Kansas CltyrMo. .
CAPITAL J2.000.000 ; SURPLUS , 1600,000 ; U. S.
Mortgage Treat Co. , New York ; for 6 per cent
loon rn city property apply to Pusey &
7homs , agents , room 207 , First Nat. Ilk bide.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate , lircnnan , Love & Co. , Paxton blk.
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL ESTATE
at 6 per cent. W. II. Meikel , 1st Nat. Uk bMe.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1703 I'arnam.
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , U20 I'arnam.
INVESTORS' DIRECTORY CO. . 10 WALL ST. .
New York , offer any part 1W.OJO eastern In
vestors' names , who have money lo Invest ; Just
compiled. Wrlle for particulars.
MORTGAGE LOANS. LOW RATES.
J , D..Ittlc , 16th and Douglas , Omaha.M770
MONEY TO LOAJN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANO3.
horses , wagons , etc. , at lowest rates In city ;
no removal of goods : strictly confidential ; yoi
can par 'lie loan off at any time or In any
amount.OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
306 So. 18th St. .
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND
pianos. Fred Terry , 430 Raniga blk. X 197
MODEL LOAN CO. . 403 NEW YORK LIFE.
X 133 Jyl6
I1Z.WO.W STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN BEST
town In eastern Nebraska , for land and ca '
or equivalent. Address S 29 , cam llee.
t SOLID INVESTMENTS : 11RICK DUSINEdS
block , water power flouring mill , line Ice busi
ness. II. C. Alger & Co. , Sheridan , Wyo.
FOR SALE STOCK OF MILLINERY ; DEST
location In the city. Good reason for selling
Address at once , T 16 , llee. Y 130
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN REAL ESTATP
and abstract business In central Nebraska fo
mile. T 45. Omaha , llee. Y M731 A7
FOR SALE. COMPLETE FIRST-CLASS SE
IHGette's system abstract books Adams count }
Neh. , with M years' established business , fu
Information and price given. Addrctw box 765
Hastings. Neb. Y M7S3 :
A HANK VOll SALE IN A OOOD PAItMINC
section of Nebraska ; money brings 2 per cen
per monlh ; small amount of capital required
the ; only bank In good town. Box 17 , Campbel
Neb. Y 41873 I8
I HAVE A GOOD 1IAKERY AND CONFEC
tlonery for sale , with a good lunch and n No.
lc rroam trade In connection : sell from 5 t
10 gallons Ice rrcam dally : bake every da
from 150 to 200 loaves bread ; will sell stock an
fixture * . Including bakery and cnndy-makln
tools , good brick oven , burns wood o
coal ; business on best corner In town
1 also have a good residence , nevvl
built , one story , 4 good large room
2 full lots , DOxltO feet , good light fence a
round ; picket feme In front ; goal well and ou
buildings ; eveo thing In gond shape ; will -
cheap If snld soon ) poor health causa for nel
Ing. K. Rennrr , Grlswold. la. Y-MJIO IS *
WANTED TO TRADE , NEW STANDARD DI
cycl < * for draft horse weighing 1,600 pounds o
more. E. J. Davis , 1116 Farnam st. Z-S37
I HAVE T1IREK OR FOUR GOOD FARMS
want to exchangn for hurfCJ. S. J. Ilalhvtell
Omaha , Nfb. / M7C 21
HAVE 1J-IIORE. IlUEKCH-LOADINfJ SHOT
gun ; want to trade- for boys' safety ; mui
bo In nnit.clai * condition. Addren * T SS. Uee
FOR HALE OR TRADE A STYLISH DIUVIN
and saddle mure , or will trade for bicycle o
liewrller. | Address U 4 , "live. X--91S
WANTED. A GENERAL PURPOSE 1IOUS
for n Rood , heavy spring ; nagon. Address U
llee. Z-.M'JM 1 | *
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
ABSTRACTS. THE IIYKON 11EKD COMPANY
_ RE 135
FARM LANDS , C. F. HARRISON , JIS N. Y. Llf
UARG.UNS. HOUSES. LOTS AND "FARM
ale or trade. F. 1C. Darling , Darker LU Ic.
_ _ _ RE 4S
IMPROVED GARDEN 1.AND3 NEAR OMAH.
al price * lhat will surprise you. If taken wlllil
I n ka. J. H. fhcrwood , 13 N. Y. IJfe.
FOR SALE. arnnuiAN PROPERTY ATFAR :
prlivs ; ID } nrtoi S mllr * i\e t of GniVha IAJ
orle ! n lllS.ni jier aer . For partUulura In
quiic 7M N. Y. Liftllldg. . RE MSII U
Al' A 11AIIOAIN. COP.NCH
street , 3 collari * * , t , 1 and I rooms rach. brlc
lwMinnt. vraler and s > w r coninctlon. In Lc
res Jertr * p. > itiou. inonlUr rental Jtl. Apply b
Utter In Jvan b-.bon . SW Uru building.
FOR SALE HUAL ESTATE.
K ) YOU WANT A 1IKAUTIFI1L MODERN
collage homo vrlihln walking dlslanco from P.
O. , Inside one mile ? We have two of them
just completed that are models , and we will
sell them nt greatly reduced prices and lade In
n 1500.00 to liOJ. ! ) ! ) lot ns pirt paymenl.
These are located on Hurl streel , Jusl eatl of
Hh street. Will be open Sunday , Call and In.
[ > ecl them.
Remember we will lake your vacant lot as parl
Why will you pay renl on n house and then
ay laxes on vncanl properly wnen > ou can make
uch a deal as this ?
See these beiutlful homes or call nl our oluce
nd we will be most pleased to show ihem.
Fldellly Trusl company , 1702 Farnamjstreet.
Oil 8AI.B. TWO TIIIiniMlOOM HOL'SIIS.
nn lots 7 nnd 8 In 4S4 , Grand View addi
tion , no Ineumbrnnee , J4O.00 each. \ \ rue or
call upon Oca. M. Cooper , ally. . 321 H. 15th ft.
Mount Hope cemelory otllce removed .I"2.1 , ,
AHOAINS. SALn On TIIADR IN CITY 1MIOP.
riles and farms. John N. Frenicr , opp. I' . O.
- nn MI
IOMKH ON KASY TAYMKNTS. BVJMj AND
buy lots , ncres , farms. Qarvln Uros. , UO N. Y. b ,
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION.
HA1U:3 IN MUTUAL U A H. ASS'N PAY
C , 7 , 8 p r cent when 1 , 2 , S years old. nlnnys
redetmable. 1701 Fnrnam St. Nattlnger , See.
IOW TO OUT < \ HOME OH flP.Ctmn GOOD
Interest on savings. Apply to Omaha L. ft n.
Ass'n. 1704 Uee bldg. O. M. Nattlnger. ' 0.
1. MAHOWITZ LOANS MONKY. 418 N. 1 ST.
I. O. DAXON. 40J N. 16TH. 503
TKRLINO HUILT LIKIJ A WATCH , WKST-
ern Electrical Supply Co. . 1515 Howard street.
KB Till ; VIBIHLH HALL nP.ARINOS ON
Ilelay Spedal. Will IJarnum IJro. , 120 N. nth.
A. L. DEANU & CO. . 1118 TA11NAM
VKSTBHN BICYCLE & QUN CO. , 2416 CUMINO
MA1IA IlldVCLK CO. . HKST PLACE TO HUY
bicycles , sundrlea and repairs. 323 N. ICth si.
M8M A 13
MANTELS , G ± lAX.b AND T1LE3.
VOOD MANTHLS. ORATES , TILH3 FOR
Ore places , vestibules and larire noors ; write for
prices. Hilton Hovers & Sons. Omaha. 609
CARPENTERS AND BUII/DERS.
. K. MORHILL , PAPEn HANGING. HOU8U
sign palntlne. brick worK , plasterlnR : off. 11. 1 ,
Harker blk. ; tel. 735 ; shop 913 N. 24th et.
UNDERTAKERS AN JJ EMBALMEBS
I. K. IIUUKET , KUNEHAL DIRECTOR AND
cmbalmer , 1C13 Chicago St. , telephone 90. 612
BWANSON & VALIEN. 1701 COMING , TKL 1WO.
,1. , O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AND KMBALM-
er , 1417 Karnam St. , leiephono 225. 611
! . W. 11AICER , UNDERTAKER , 613 S. ICTH ST ,
VANTED , TO Ct'RE DROPSY St'PPKRERS.
Cure Ihousunds Of cases called hopeless. Hook ,
testimonials and ten da > s' dropsy tre.ilment
free by mall. Dr. drcen & Sons , Atlanta , On ,
DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILVERED. 719 N. 18.
A GOOD THING PUSH IT ALONG , MAY IIP
the latest slang phrase , but that's just what
we're doing with SHERIDAN COAL. S.OOO Ions
sold in Omaha last year. We glv you 2000
Ibs. of tha best Wyoming cooking coal for 11.5) .
Victor White , mgr. , 1C05 Farnam st. Tel. 127.
CHAMPION STEAM CAtlPCT AND RI'O
Cleaning Works do their work the l > est nnd
cheapest. 718-20 S. 14th st. Tel. 655. U. S. O.
Kuhn. manager ! Patrick Wortf , foreman
GOOD PASTURE FOR HORSES. Jl.OO PER
month per heai. Charles Gana. St. Paul , NeD.
AETNA HOUSE ( EUROPEAN ) . N. W. COR ,
13th and Dodge , llooms by dor or week.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACT-
era for electric light and motor plants and all
kinds of electrical construction. Western E'eo
flo.il Supply Co. , 1313 Howard st. 510
THE INFIRMARY IN CONNECTION WITH
the Dental college at Twelfth and Pacific streets
Is now open , where those- desiring to have
teeth extruded can have 11 done free of chargi )
and all other work at merely cost of material.
DR. PAUL. DENTIST. 2020 DURT ST 523
A. C. VAN SANTS SCHOOL. 613 N. Y. LIFE.
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
GEORGE F. QELLENHECK. DANJO AND
gullar teacher. 1911 COBS street. M 109
LOST. A LADY'S GOLD WATCH ; OPEN
face ; Swiss movement ; monogram on back of
case. E , F. O'C' . ; suppo ed to have been lost
on 20th street between Charles and Grace st.
Thn party returning watch to 13i"j N. 2Mb st.
will receive reward. Ixjst M920 IS *
POUND. GRAY HORSE. HARNESS AND ROAI
wagon ; owner call and identify. Howgate 1m
porting barns , 16th und Vlnton streets , Umalm
Pound MO8 ! 17'
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OinahttlUnlon Petxit. IQUi ti Mason 8U. | Onuh *
BU LouU Canaoo Hall
( Copj rlglit. 1S93 , b > - In-lng llachcllcr )
I can remember 1'lillllps as well as If I
aw him before me now a ilark man , with
tralght black hair and rather beady eyes.
Us features were as delicate as a worn-
n's , nnd his npure was small and slight
( most dapper. Onlx the cords that stood
ut In his neck and wrists went to show
liat he wa ? made of tempered steel.
His expression was very grave and serl-
us as lie bowed and handed me an unsealed
otter from the superintendent. It read as
"Dear Sir This will Introduce Mr. John
hlltlps , whoso name Is perhaps familiar
o you. You are very fortunate m obtaining
ils cervices , as both his health and a com-
ilnatlon of engagements nnd circumstances
iontplred against his taking up the case.
have , however , felt under obligations
o do my very best for you , and , at my
nest urgent solicitation , he has consented
o waive everything and devote himself to
our matter. Yours truly.
"EDWARD L. SANFOKD. "
Having finished reading the nbovo note , I
ihook hands with tlio great detective and
> egan to express my thanks. These , how-
ver. he very quickly cut short.
"You have nothing to thank me for , " ho
aid coldly. "I am here under orders ; and
now , sir , pardon mo If I ask you to tell me
II you know of the circumstances connected
with your brother's death. Time Is always
precious , and this must excuse any ap-
mrent brusqueness on my part. "
Ills manner was Indeed almost rcpellant ,
ml , as I looked more closely at his face ,
t seemed so drawn that I was conscious
f a guilty pang at having b'en even In-
Irectly Instrument ) ) ! In dragging a sick
nan Into what bade fair to be a very ar
duous piece of work. There was nothing
o do , however , but to relate , as briefly
and yet as exhaustively as possible , all that
I'hllllps , during the recital , sat with his
lead resting upon his hand , while his eyes
vandered Incessantly about the apartment ,
le did not Interrupt me once , but , .when I
lad finished , procecdd to put his questions.
Ho fiat with his head. r slng ( upon his hand.
Thsn It was that every'vestige of languor
vanished. Ills face Iferiame stranKely an
imated.'while h8 | eyes.fsjU-ly gllltered.
j"You' have been very. " full'In everything
that bears upon Mr. Ralph's connection with
the matter,1' he began , ' ' 'and I congratulate
you. A profcslsonal could not have stated It
more clearly. Can you tell me , though , with
a lltllo more exactness , just what you know
about your brother's disputes or altercations
wllh the Italians who were at work on the
railroad cut ? "
"To tell the truth , " I replied , "I know very
little about It. My brother always Imagined
that the company was trying to retaliate , by
petty annoyances and delays In the work , for
his legal-opposition to their schemes. About
a month ago he cameIn one morning In a
towering passion , cursing the whole Italian
race and the foreman of this gang In partic
ular. It appeared that he had gone down
to remonstrale with them a proceeding which
I know he would not be apt to conduct very
gently , that the foreman had been Impudent
and said. In effect , that the court had given
them permission and they'd do the work as
they pleased and build the bridge when they
got ready. Then my brother lost Jils temper
completely , said that the New Orleans people
were the only ones who understood how to
deal with Ihe Ilallan question , and that he
proposed ( o gel the d-rd cowardly Mafla oft
his place If It ( ook a shotgun to do It. From
what I gathered , very little was said In reply.
Two or Ihree of Ihe laborers were ralher
Ihrealcnlng , but Ihe foreman quieted them
with a few words In Italian , and my brother
rushed back lo the house. I will not deny
that the Incident troubled mo considerably
for a ' time , though Robert laughed at my
fears. Nevertheless , I took occasion lo go
down to the cut once or. twice and talk pleas-
anlly to the foreman. ' I was surprised to
find him disposed to "be remarkably polite ,
and , shortly after , when the company drew
the workmen off to anolher parl of Ihe road ,
ho expressed his regrel to me Ihal Ihey had
not been able lo complele Ihe bridge before
their deparlure. For the lasl Iwo weeks none
of them have been seen In Ihe neighborhood ,
and my fears had enllrely subsided when Ihls
terrible event happened. "
"Very good , " ho said , "and now may I ask
you to summon your colored man ? 1 believe
you stated that he made the affidavit Impli
cating Ilalph ? "
To my surprise I found some difficulty In
persuading the negro to tell Phillips his
story. "Wha's de good , Massa Henry ? " ho
kept repeating , and nothing but my absolute
orders availed to bring him Into the library.
Once there , he showed much agitation at .
flrat. Then ho braced himself anJ launched 1
oul Inlo a voluble relation of the quarrel be
tween Ralph and my brother , ending up
"An1 I Jes' knowcd dat young fellah warn't
no good from de day ie done walked over
"Foh de I.iw.l. > ' 6u'f ! oan spec' me. "
Ill ah phortQhalakah bV 'afi' larfcJ flt to kill
hesclf when I tol' bliU"w''bo ' moah califul. "
"Where were you , Ajiierson , " asked I'hll
llps , quietly , "when poiftoearil the word * be
tween your master and Mr. Ilalph J"
"In de hall. alu"
"What were you ilolng there I mean , what
did you go llieio for ? "
"Nuflln at all. I jus' went dah t * see 'f
everything was all rahl anil clean an "
"What time of day was II ? "
"I doan rahtly recollec' dat , tab. "
"Your present master tells me that the dis
pute took place In the afternoon very shortly
before dinner. "
"Das raht : das rahl , sail , I recollec' now , "
"You are the only servant , I believe. "
"Ye ah. "
"Well , aren't you pretty apt to be confined
to the kitchen tuit before dinner ? It's a
rather bad time to go looking around the
house for nothing In particular , Isn't It ? "
Anderson's fnc began to grow ashy and
bis legs trembled perceptibly.
"Koh de lawd , Massi I'hllllps. " he Btsm-
mered. "Yo doan spec ' me a klllln' Masia
Smith ? "
"Certainly I don't. Anderson , " slid Phil-
Ilpj , reassuringly , "but I do know that you
have committed perjury. You didn't see or
hear the quarrel , ns you said you did. That's
all , You can go now. "
Anderson Irled to reply , but seemed un
able to articulate. Then he almost reeled
from the room , vvhllo I looked on In utlcr
surprise. I'lillllpj turned lo me.
"You and your brother probably talked
the maltcr over al the table ? " ho said.
"That's hardly likely , tn the presence of
my niece. It would not have .been an
agreeable subject. "
"Neither Is It likely that your nlero was
present at the meal Immediately following
the summary dismissal of her lover. "
"That's so. She remained In her room , "
I said quickly , "and , although I can't
recollect definitely , I don't daubl lhat we
did talk some on thai occasion but do you
bellovo Anderson can be Implicated In any
way ? He had worshiped my brolher for Ivvcnly
years wllh a dog's devollon , and "
"How has > onr uleco conducted herself
since her father's death ? " Interrupted the
I stopped short and looked at him. A
curious sinking sensation came over inc.
"Really , " I began ; "you don't you can't
suspect for a moment that thai my niece
could could have been In any way In
volved , " 1 concluded , desperalely.
( Continued Thursday. )
QUITE A3 HOT A3 THE WEATHER
Investigation of Uiarnol AgtlnU Slioo-
niuker CHIMBS u VVurof Words.
The InvestlBallon of the charges filed
against City Prosecutor W. S. Shoemaker by
Attorney H. W. Ulclmrdson occupied the at-
lenllon of Ihe committee on police of the
city council yesterday afternoon. The ses
sion was held In committee room A In the
city hall and was chlclly remarkable for the
wordy war between the two lawyers con-
domed. At one time the hostilities promised
to end In a sanguinary affray and Chairman
Butkley was obliged to Inform the pugna
cious contestants that the committee would
not recognize nbiibe as argument.
It was at Ihls stage In Ihe proceedings
thai Shoemaker denounced some of Ihe state
ments made by his opponent as untrue. At
this Richardson took offense and Shoemaker
assured him that he was not "decant. " This
aroused Hlchardson's Ire and he declared
thai he had slood Shoemaker's Insolence at
long as he could. If the committee would
not protecl him ho was abundantly able lo
protect himself and It the insults were re
pealed , somebody would get hurt. The gavel
of Ihe chairman restored order , bul Ihe
conversation of the two lawyers during the
remainder nf Ihe session was largely of Ihe
red fire order.
In his communication to the city council ,
and which was offered In evidence , Mr.
Richardson claimed lhat the prosecutor had
purposely allowed Christ Rosscn to evade
punishment for selling liquor on Sunday ,
June. 1C , at his saloon al Seventeenth street
and SI. Mary's avenue. According lo his
wrllten statement , as submltled lo the com
mittee , ihe prosecutor had only filed the
complaint , tinder protest. He had had the
case repeatedly conllnued and finally dis
missed , when the evidence was such that
Reason could have been convicted If the pros
ecutor had shown proper diligence In hand-
Hug the case.
In reply to these Charges Mr. Shoemaker
submltled a statijn'iQnt.Jn which , he claimed
that Richardson's letter was composed only
of his personal opinions and suspicions , which
were not backed by a particle of proof. In
addition to this he said lhat Richardson had
come down to police court with a Mrs. Kemp
to file a complaint against Roasen. Ho had
refused to file a complaint until he had seen
the witnesses and ascertained whether there
was any chance to convict Rosscn. Mrs.
Kemp then said thai a man whose place of
business was next door to Hossen's saloon
would be a witness. He had gone out him
self to see this witness , but obtained no
satisfaction. He finally consented to file the
complaint , however , and the case was con
tinued to allow Mrs. Kemp to get three wit
nesses. When the case was tried two of
these three witnesses were present. They
swore thai Ihey had never been In Ihe sa
loon mentioned and the case was consequently
The committee allowed both parties to the
case to make further statements , but these
were practically the same ns had been sub
mitted In writing. Mr. Richardson said thai
he had no grudge against Shoemaker , but
that the latter had told htm lhat he was dis
posed to bo liberal In his treatment of saloon
keepers. Shoemaker had seemed to be very
reluctant lo prosecute the case and ho con
sidered It his duty , as a citizen , to deter
mine whether It was the policy of Ihe pres
ent administration to extend Immunity to
saloon men who violated Ihe law.
Shoemaker strenuously denied thai he had
been In any way dellnquenl. No evi
dence had ever been before him that had
Justified him In filing a complaint , but he
had done so on Mr. Richardson's represen
tations. The witnesses In the case had given
no material evidence against Rossen and he
had finally dismissed the case , as he believed
himself Justified In doing.
Mr. Richardson had several witnesses , Ihe
first of whom was Mrs. Kemp. She tesll-
fled lhat when she had asked Shoemaker to
file n complaint against llossen he told her
that it was "all bosh. " Finally he had
consented lo go and see one of her wllncsses ,
and on the way up he had-tried to Induce
her to allow him to settle the case with the
saloon keeper. They saw the witness , Mr ,
Curtln , who told Shoemaker that If Rossen
was prosecuted , he could furnish abundant
evidence.to convict him. Shoemaker had re
plied that his evidence would not amount to
anything , and asked If he could not Induce
Mrs , Kemp to settle with Rosscn.
D. S. Curtln was put on the stand and de-
nled that he had ever claimed to know
anything about the case. Ho had simply
told Shoemaker that If ho was put on the
stand lie would tell the truth , but what he
knew was none of his business. He had not
appeared as a witness at the trial , because
Itossen had assured him that If ho had to
pay a fine on account of disobeying the sub
poena he would make It good to him. Ho
did not want to appear against Rossen for
fear that It would hurt his own business.
When the officer came after him with a
capias he had simply stepped Into a back
room and his clerk had told the officer that
he was out collecting.
Mr , Richardson was sworn and repealed
his previous statement , after which the com
TOUCH OFGOODCOKN WEATHER
Weather Clerk Tarnetl nn a 41 rent Supply
Yesterday morning when the citizens o
Omaha crawled out of
their beds several o
them made the . prediction ihal' this
section of the country would- experience
some weather before night. In this pre
diction later developments proved that the
weather propliota were correct. "
The sun wag midway between the horizon
and the zenith when the man at the weathe
wheel commenced to turn on the caloric. For
nearly six hours he kept right on turning the
wheel , without once stopping to mop hla
brow. As he continued lo work the mercury
kept cllmbUg up the tube , until It reachet
98 Degrees above the zero point. Jusl iben
the man at the wheel loosened his grip and
down the mercury went , a cool br.oezo spring
Ing up and making the evening hours com
From 10 o'clock tn the morning until 3 In
the afternoon suffering humanity had all tha
It could do to exist , the lemonade and th
soda water boo tin reaping the benefits. Pee
pie kept lo the jnndy eide of the streel. the
men wishing that a parasol and a palm lea
fan constituted the fashionable garb of tin
I like my wife to use Pozionl'a Complexion
Powder , because It Improve * tier looks sad Is
as tracrant aa vloUts.
WEATHER CROP BULLETIN
? tmperntnra Bokw the Normal and Rain
fall Unevenly Distributed ,
GROUND MOIST AND CROPS GROWING
frost * lint l.ltllo DnniKRO Itepnrtril
Corn Mud I up ( ] o > id l'rofrf |
Grain Heine llii | > ! illy llurvestcit
with Uoml Yield ,
voather crop bulletin , No. IS , of
ho Nebraska weather si-rvlcc , cn-oiieratliiK
\lth the Unltoil Stains weather Inirouu , It-
sued from Its central onice , nt the Univer
sity of Nebraska , Lincoln , uinler the illrec-
Ion of O. V. Sweater , meteorologist of the
N"ebras < ka experiment station , for week enJ-
tiB July 15 :
R/MiYf/Ul TOQ itift -
ri r _ ess
a. trace ] | i i
to7 r / tr > rnirnoner
The week has been cool nnd cloudy , Hit-
li'inperature tanging from but slightly be-
ow the nornuil ut the eastern end of the
stnto to 13 degrees below the normal In the
Light fronts wore general In the northern
inrt of the stale on ihe morning ! ) of the
sth and 9lh , but the damage was very light.
The rainfall has been heavy along the
southern border of the stnto from Nuckolls
counly weslward , amounllng to mote than
an inch In several of the southern counties
mil exceeding an Inch front I'olk nnd Ham-
lion counties bouthward and westward.
In HIP southeastern corner of the state the
rainfall waa very meager und ihe need of
more lain la urgent In the northeastern
section the rainfall has boon lens than nor-
nal. bin Ihe ground Is sllll motsl and crops
ale nol suffering.
The harvesting of small grain has made
good proMPSs during the week. The yield
voiles much In different cases , but is gener
ally llghl In the southern part of the stale
and heavy In the northeastern.
Chinch bugs are doing considerable dam-
ige In the southeastern corner of the stalo.
Owing lo Ihe cool weather the corn lias
niadi- but moderate growth during the week.
The loaves have generally rolled somewhat
luring the day , but nol In n way to Injure
t. Karly corn Is beginning to tassel over
Ihe slale generally , while somp of Ihe late
corn Is still qulle small. Report by counlles :
Ilutler Rnitll 'grain ripening rapidly. Harvest
iris begun und fartneia ate not as sanguine of a
big crop as lust week Corn grows slo ly.
Om Chinch bugx damaging wheat badly. Oils
ipening slowly. Tame glass being cut and the
crop fairly good. Winter he.it jlcldlnn frcm
oxen to eighteen bushels
Clay Hurvrsl of smnll grain In piogrrss nnd
field will be better than expected. Max ROW ! . A
goo < l ciop of potatoes. Sorghum doing well.
Corn In excellent shape and bids fair for a good
Klllmore O.ils will be n light crop. Some too
short to hind. Corn '
doing well , 1'ustureery
> oor. Alfalfa doing woll.
Oage Too dry nnd cool for corn. Pastures dried
up nnd cane ami millet llrlng b.idly.
Hamilton Oats and rye are being cut and the
rleld Isery good , but ripening too fa t. Pas.
; ure1 were getting dry before the rain and some
were fet-dltiK stock. Listed corn \ery weedy.
Jefterson Outa In the extreme southeastern part
of the county are about one-lhhd of a clop , else
where a half crop. Wheat Holds al tha l wt but
elghl bushels to the aero.
Johnson The drouth Is not yet broken. Reports
from grain that l threshed \ary widely , but gen
erally Indicate a light > lold. Wluiit twelve to
fifteen bunhels per arie.
Kmcan'rr Com doing well generally , although
olllm ; "omewhat. Oats luir\eat begun and will
> e uhoul Iwo-thlrds of a crop. 1'otntoeB doing
fairly well , but need more rain. Gras drj Ing
up. Apple crop large.
Nematm Wheat harvest Is flnlshd an I thresh-
ng Is In progress. OalB ImneHt neirlllnlshed
Oils crop belter than for " \f nl yr.i's Corn
needs rain , but h.m not suffered JTJ.-M yet. Uarlj
coin eating. No blackberries
Nucl.olls Oats be-iig cut fnr fu. . Rain came
In time to sa\e thu corn , but moic i teeded.
Wheat very poor.
Otoe Wo'k cool and dry. Rain v > ulJ * elp corn
ind potatoes , but nothing Is suffering. 'Vli'-at ! .
yielding from ten to eighteen bush * ! * wer acre
Oats arc being cut und promlws .m excellent
Pawnee Wheat Is yielding fiom alirost nothlns
up to llfteen bushels per acre. Semi oats ylel llns
Torty to forty-live busheH per acre ; In other cases
light. Corn In rolling somewhat , but this U nol b
Ht-rlous matter as jet.
Polk Corn Is mostly In'd by. nut Is very uneven
) \er the county Timothy hay yield dnublu that
of last year. Oats hams ! In ; iroresn and jleld
estimated ut an average of thirty bushila pel
Saline Wheat nboul all cut a.id will make ri
third of a crop. OatH about half cut and promise
Ltto-thlrds of a crop. Corn has sufTered from Or >
weather , but has been revived by the inln ,
Sauntlers OatM ripening fast. Coin looks well
yet ami mostly laid by. Will huve. Ihe largest
liay ciop < ner gathered.
Sew.nd Wheat harvest Is In progress. Oats
crop will be light , prohnbly about half a < rop.
Corn Is labeling and Is a good color.
Thayer Ruin has ri-vl.1'd the corn pud millet ,
but much mote Is needed. Uurljr potatoes will
not amount to much.
York Corn has done fairly well. Many wridy
pieces. I.arly pi mted Is tnsrellng Ojts rlp'nlng
Fast. Potatoes promise a lurAe-crop. Mil et doing
well. Hay not of much f ecouift ,
Antelope Some rye has been cut. Wheat nnd
oats are ripening very raplillv. Some com Is In
tas l. PaxtuicH uru u little drv and more rain
needed. Com doing splendidly where kepi clean.
Weedy corn U suffering.
Itojd lly and barley cul and some wheat nnd
oats. Coin grows rapidly , but curls some through
Hurt Another dry week. Corn In almost stand
ing still und rolls badly during tinday. . Harvest
of rye , barley nnd timothy hay In full blast R ) < :
blighted In lots of Holds , but fair In other * , l.nrly
oats ready to cut. Wheat and late outs turning
Cedar Harley In slack. Corn In need of rain.
Colfax Llgl. . fiost on the morning of the Sth ,
but no damage. Oat cutting begun. Some corn
Cumlng H > c and barlej ult cut. Straw heavy
and > li'ld will be good. Some oats tvaily to cut.
Corn looking fine. Ground In Brltlng somewhat
DIxiMi Slight front on the morning of Ihe Slh.
OatH und nprlng wheat never belter. '
Dodge Oils harvest In progress , promising a
good ) leld. Home corn Is labeling and some l
quite small. Some wells are fulling that never
fulled before ,
Douglas Temperature 2 tlegrees below the nor ,
mal. Deficiency of lalnfull about an ln < h.
Holt Rye hurvesf commenced. Acreage small ,
but a good yield. Com has grown wrll anil
mostly luld by. Oats and wheat arc lank and are
Knox Front on th" 9th and 10th , but no m iterl.il
damage Harvest mnuncneiil. Rye. lunlt-y and
oils ciops are Immeime. Ili st prflppoiis this
county has over hud.
Madison Harvest begun In earnest and naU ft
very heavy crop. Corn nearly all luld by und Is
rather weedy. Rye will yield about n half crop
Llghl frost on thn lon-landa on Ihe 0th. Haj >
yielding above Jhn average nnd Ix-ols nre Im-
meniw. Corn In northern part of the county uniuil ,
weedy and not up to the average.
Pierce Small gruln nenily all site from dry
wrnlher , bul rain need d for the l.itn sown grain
Ilye und barley harvested and u IJIRC crop of
small grain ,
Plutte Oats rlpenlne before wheat. Com late.
Light frost on tlio morning of the till. Crop
conditions In general very llall-rjng.
Surpy Oats nearly ripe. Ro when threshed
yields nboul a half crop , \'l nly of rnln.
Hlunlon Hmall * ln IB ripening rapidly nnd Ihe
grain Is a Illlle shrunken. C'orn ) s don ; well , bu *
nerds more rain , ,
Wimhlngton Jlore rnln Is needed , but no crept
are nurturing. Small gialn lit nipldly IM.JHB hai-
vested. C'orn curls by day and stralxhtens out
Waynt Corn ha made rapid growth. Knrly
ptanled corn lassellng. The late planted l belns
cultivated the last time Light frnn on lhi > 91 h.
Small grain ripening evenly and oati nearly ready
Sioux City Weather excellent , f'orn dolny flr l
rale , but will need rain noon.
Yankton , H. D. Klr l rain of the month on Ihe
nlghl of the 13th. Corn , iwtatoes and Kia
somewhat injurvd , Muny llelds of oats cut und
heil will soon follow-both will IMS ft heavy
yield of good quality. Corn In B""l ' condition ,
Iloone Fruit nn tha Slh , 9th nnd 14th , doing
nine damage. Nlghta cool , but corn growing
fust Small grain rlp-nlnir veiy fa t. llarley
hurvi' t coinmencrd. Home unls J heavy us to
Irdge. Wheat In tine ship . Som l > ehu ; till.
Alfalfa growing nlctly. Potatoes und millet doing
lluffalo lUlf Inch of rain Saturday. Prior to
this lee cold and dry. Wheat uul oats rlprnlnic
and In tin main nlll Ixt a light yield. 1'liif
proipect fnr corn and potatoes , lliuta good ,
CiMter fall wheat nml rye t , ln cut. Corn
grovvlny well anil amt l-.us L n Ixld by. Homo
are ilnTihlnR tha culllvullon vrllh hoes.
Daw.un A cool , cloudy , dump week. Com Is
healthy and ironc und all thi way from knm
high lo IniMllns. Qulla needy Small uraln noeii
not promts * niach , xci"pt where Irrigated. '
latoeo the best far several years.
Loup Wheat badly Injured by dry weather
Orn ( at * anJ wtedy , but ( rawing fairly wU.
Pastures' drylnp tip and little wild h.iy will bo
tlreeley-llarley harvest Is rommcnrlilg. llVc It
rlnenlnB fa t. Kllshl frosl on the marnlnff of tin
Hair Com doing well. Oa nre nillnir well.
iilnmtol from mie-hair In full rrop
Howard O > m looks well. Some tasvllmr.
Wheat , t > ts and
barley look HnxV Rye n K"ovl
crop. Potatoes rrcellent nnd frw fmm buns
Ivenrney C'orn nlnuit all vvorKed. llenvy rains
linvi' laid the > wits Hat , hill they are straighten.
In ? up.
NanctCorn doing well Harvest rrtinmtninl
nnd Kialn drvlng oul fusl. Pitrly potaturs ripen *
Init nnd will make n good crip.
Hhonnin Small gialn teadr to cut nnl will
make nn average citip. Corn doing well , but
Vallej Wheat and oats nrn lining well. All
crops ire In line condition fmm IJie rectiil tain.
Corn Is n tittle late.
not'TiiwisTinx : : SUCTION.
Adams Small gialn IK-IIIIJ hat vested. Oats will
l < nllno.it half a > Md. C'nni looks well.
C'lmse T\u > cool for com. Some line hay on
the bottoms ( linss and millet tiling well Con
dition of the small Kinln varies considerably In
different parts of the rounty. Some llelds will
> lelil ten ti twelve lm lul * per ncro ; some are
u total failure.
Dundy Wet , tloudy week , favorable to cunn
and millet. Com doliiK ell , but nrttls warm
sunshliu' . rimund IhomiiKhly so.vketl
I'lunklln Most of the furn luld by. Outs ripen *
Ing slowly. Some wild hay on the m.ilket
Prontlor C'oin doing fairly , bill very weedy.
INUMliim excellent. Will In' a fall * crop of hay.
Pumas Plenty of lain. Whral haivesl In
progrfiis and vleld lietter than was eipected.
Pasture never lieltet. liny and ali'alfa excellent.
Potatoes tine nnd no Inus. C'orn prvi pecls exlr.i
K xxl where well farmed.
llarlan A giiod tleal of corn laid by. saim
of It lather wcedv Oats ripening fast and will
mike one-half to tvvthirds of a crop. Potatix-s
line nnd plenty. Wild hay Is growing nicely.
Alfalfa Is being cut the second time , n Idx > lold
eaeh ctitllni ; .
Hayes Week very favorable for small grain ,
but ton cool for corn. Crops damaged In pont
places by hall.
Ililchroi'k C'orn glowing rapidly Pastures In
line condition. Potatoes promise a large > leld.
Lincoln Week rather ami C'orn very woody.
Potatoes a fair crop Wheat on sod or n w
ground will In manv cases make eight to twelva
bushels per acie Oils nearly n falluio.
IVrUlnsV'hent and oats promise a third In
n half crop. Rains during the vvroK favorable tn
crtiiw , especially corn.
Pnelps Corn doing well : mostly done cultivat
ing iarly : corn tunneling. Some outs most
ready to harvest.
Red Willow Cloudy the lust part of the week ,
with rain good f u growing crops.
Webster The werk has been fnvorablo
for ivrn , but more mln ni 'diMl.
NORTI1U I'.SrnilN SUCTION.
llox Hutti1 ( lood ruins have revived crops and
prospects are fair fnr oats nnd wheat. Corn la
tiickward. A large acreage of potatoes , but tha
jlold cf the early crop Is light.
Cherry Weallici cool und small grain Is loik-
Chi > > ennc C'loudy and rainy Hie whole week
nnd Hither cool for corn.
DnvvcH-All oinps aie-dnliiR well , bill corn ll
Hin.iil for the soaiion. Wild hav Is a light yield.
Pirly potatoes nre of gooil size and piomlso
Ki-y.i I'.ilia There has been nr > change In crop
conditions the past weeU. Everything Is
for want of rain.
Corn looking well nnd growing very
lupldlv. Wheat and oats are a falliiie. Potatoes
a fair cro | .
Scotls Hluff Everything B on Ingwll. . New po
tatoes Hrgo enough t > use.
Sheridan Win nt and oats will be n very light
leld. Corn not growing well. A llghl frost on
ho 12th. Injuring gardens soni" .
Julosburg. Coin. Rains during June Irive nnat
lenty of fodder. Oiilsde of thanlleys crops ar
.ul . la u good condition.
IIAUVKST IS ON IN ILLINOIS.
Crop Conditions Only I'artlitlly I < * nroral > ln
from l.urk of Ituln.
CHIPAOO , July 16 The Illinois weekly crop
lulletln Issued today sajs : The nol them roun-
lea hiivo been tlio least favored again during
li past week , With the exception of the Hcat-
ered showers of Sunday they were without
aln. The slate as a whole , however , has bail
very fnvorablo week , with temperature- about
urnial , except In northern counties on Prtday ,
Saturday and Sunday , when the bent was ex-
esslve. Crops are generally favoiable. and corn
specially Is doing llnely. Many llelds are In
assel nnd sonm few show the silk. Damage by
hlnch bugs lias been much less owing to Ilia
estructlon of them IMIISIM ! by heavy rains of
ho llrsl of bisl week and also to the deaths dune
o disease. Oat halves ! and hu > lng nro being
omplcted , with oats proving slightly hotter than
ntlclpaled. especially In central nnd northern
ountlos. Wheat und rjo Ihroshlng continues
roni the Khock , with previous light estimates
onflrmed. I'nsltirei and gunlens are Improving1
n southern and central counties , but l.n northern
ro Htlll poor. Ki-ult Is ntlll doing well , wUh
irgn harvest promised. K.uly varieties or *
ilenllful on the mniket now.
ASKED TOO MANY QUESTIONS
John yuliiu's Kxpnrloncn of Ono Day at an
John Qtilnn's next book will probably be en-
Illed "One Day In an Insane Asylum ; or the
Olllctal Job I Didn't Want. "
Mr. Qulnn went to Lincoln the other morn-
ng , armed with an appointment aa assistant
inglnecr at the Stale Hospital for the Insane ,
le worked one day and came home with an
experience. Instead of going to the high
moguls , John sought lo be chunimy wllh the
econd engineer , with whom he had to work ,
lo asked a lot of questions about tlio plant ,
which the engineer refused to answer , either
rein Ignorance of churlishness. The second
engineer took John's quesllons as an ad-
nlsslon of Incompclcncy and told the au-
liorltkM lhat Qulnn "didn't know enough to
oil tlio governor. " Then John was called up
and usked If he had ever run an electric
Ightlng plant , and truthfully told them he
hai nol. His slock fell 90 per cent at once ,
and he was offered a place In the pumping
station. As thin would make the dlschargo
of the present holder of that job a necessity ,
Qulnn's union training prompted him to em
phatically refuse the offered place. That eet-
: lcd It , and ho was sent to Omaha with tba
'regrets" of the officials that he Was not
competent for the work required of him.
Mr. Qulnn Is not grieving over the loss of
ils position , but ho Is oul In earnest after
His scalp of the second engineer , Robertson ,
who was Instrumental In turning him down.
Qulnn has certificates of competency from I.
II. Copgilon , late superintendent of motlvo
lower of. the Union Pacific , and J. H. Mc
Donnell , the present head of that department ,
to the effect that he knowa how to run dynamos
names or anything else In mechanic ) ) .
Mr. Qulnn will go to Lincoln today , armed
wllh his letters of recommendation and cer
tificates of competency , and will inako a
'ormal demand upon Governor llolcomb for
Cennrally Fair wllh Light AVI nils Promised
fur NrhniskH *
WASHINGTON , July 10. The forecast
for Wednesday Is :
Kor Nebraska and Kansas Cicnutully fair ;
l > 'or Iowa and Missouri Fair ; variable
For Soulh Dakota Fair ; cooler ; north
westerly winds ,
OFFIOH OF TIIK WKATHKIl
OMAHA , July 16. Omaha record of tetn-
perulure and rainfall , compared with tha
correxpondlnu ; day of the pust four yeam :
IX'lj. 1SUI. 1831. 1892.
Maximum temperature. . . . in 87 87 73
Minimum tempcralurc. . . . 74 or. Cl G3
Average temperature . 88 76 7C ns
I'reclptnllon . 00 .00 .17 .01
Condition of temperature and prci'lnltallon
at Oiniilm for the day und since March 1 ,
Normal temperature . so
KXCCSB for the day . . . G
Accumulated OXCI-KS Blntf March 1 . 207
Normal precipitation . 17 Inch
Deficiency for Iho day . 17 Ini-h
Tolal precipitation since March 1 1 .7. " > Inchns
Deficiency nlnco March 1 . 7.27 Inches
Ituporta from Other Station * at M 1' . M.
"T" Indicate * tiace of precipitation.
L. A. WKLdli. Obicrvtr.
When Bahy w i sick , wa gara her CVutorU ,
When fihn waa a Child , she cried for CMtorU.
When ahe became Miss , hi > dune to Cistorla.
UllcaclialiaJ Children , ihaKaretUa