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TTTE OjNFAIIA DAILY 3I.EE : S&jjTURDAY , JULY 20 , 1805.
Afltertlii'irirnts far UirM rnltitnn * nlll tin
litkrii tttlll JJJI3O p. m. for Din rvenlnc nd
until H | > . m. for the uiornum mnil Sunday
Ailftrlltern , by rcqrrsttng n numbered
he It , inn Imre mini cm ntldrmned tn n
butnbrrcd letter In rare of 'I Im llee. An *
lw r no ndtltfMcd nlll be > tlrlUcrnd upon
| locntntlmi of tlie clicrk only. Kntcs ,
1 l 2c a nurd , Ilrnt Imcitlnn , lo n word
licrinflcr. hothlng tHhon for lim limn 2Bo
lor llmt liitrrllun.
'i hcso udvrrtlncriiciits nin > t inn rmnecu-
ANY ONE WHO WANTS A HOOD EXPERI-
eneed house Klrl npply to OKI N. 23th St , In
basement. A-961-13 *
WANTED , POSITION AS COACHMAN , WITH
private family ; RooJ references. Aililrrxi V 18 ,
Hep. A M ! S Jl *
WANTE1) ) flA3LE HELP.
WANTED ? 1,000 KF.M TO WRITE ME TODAY
for the rcctlit | ( abrnlutely free. In plain sealed
envelope ) which cured me of nervous debility.
exhausted vllnllly. etc. Address C. J. Walker ,
nox 1311 Kalamnioo. Mich. _ n M463 _
WANTED ? MAN ON SALARY TO TAKE OR-
d rs In city. If succemful will receive ad
vancement. Apply after 9 a. m 1516 Dons-
INTELT.IOEN'T AOnNTS IN
Omnhrx to oruanUo clubs nf three to five
f inlli ! > s for our famous orelianl homes land
In central MIs-lsMppl. The IMe of ImmlKratlon
Is coins south where there arc no hot winds. no
coM winter * , no HIzznriK no crop failure" .
Where two to three crot can he railed enrn
year. Where there Is no Mich thine as n fail
ure If n man will work one-half as hard at lie
does In thlt conntrjr. Cool summers , mild win
ters. sure pnylnR crops of fruit and Harden
Irurk , richest soil on rarth. best rallrnnd
facilities. n-o. W. Ames , general nitent. 1617
street , Omaha. _ II MIM _
SALESMEN TO SELL PETIT LEDGERS , HILL
reRlsters nnd other fperialtles t merchants by
sample ; Mile lines. Model MfR. Co. . South
Ilend , Ind. M-M871
WANTED. "SALESMEN TO SELL OPR'LEAD-
Init brands of clears , First-class term to
hustler * : no drones need apply. Addr - s Hum-
boUlt ( 'iRar Co , , Cincinnati. O. It M9I3 82 *
WANTED , MAr ? " lV ATJOl'T ! ' . TO SH YEARS
of ace. Rood nddrcst. character onu naults.
that tins Irnil Home linowlwlni > nf commercial
rcporllnR. Pfrrnunent position If satisfactory.
MAN cooicTwmi GOOD REFERENCE. JM.W ;
3 tenrnntern , JW.OO : pharmncy porter ; 3 farm
handi. Canadian olllce , 1522 UouKlns.
11 M089 81 *
THAMSTiniS ON UAII-llOAI ) WORK IN
Mouth Dakota ; free transportntlon. Krnmer > v
O'Hcarn , llth and Karnnin streets.
11 M987 20 *
i-Ar.our.iiH rnn n. & M. nv. r-o. IN
Init ; $1.40 d.iy ; fn-f transportation. Kramer
O'lli-arn , lllh and Parnam nlnH-t .
WANTED. MEN WHO WILL WORK KOR J73.00
month s.ilary or lnrRC rnmmlrMlon , relllnK ROT'S
bv rtnnipli * lo denies. Experience unnecessary.
Write u Household apeclatty Cn. ( .j ) ( 'ln-
rlnnatl , O. H-MS82 50'
WANTED , EXPERIENCED .SHOE SALESMEN
to sell n specialty shoe poswesulnc rare merit , to
the retnll trade. Address Perfection Mice C . ,
Lynn , Mass. H-M)8i)31 ! ) ) *
WANTID. oooi ) MIN ron NI\V A
Inif novelty ; exclusive t rrltmy , pxid t.ilni ? for
rlKht men. Address \V. I * ScjBw1
WANTED I M-ALli HELP.
WANTHD. IADir.B TO SKM. THH VAV'.n ?
tafe protector ; perfectly harmless ; absolutely
reliable ; easily adjusttd. sells at slKht ; s"na
for terms. Addrens Dept. 7 , 1-a I'rojse Spe-
clully Co. , Ia Cros eWls. _ 1910 2t _ .
WANTfiTA OnilMAN OIUL AT2C331IAnNn\
stn'et , Mrs. Allen Koch. C-MOCj 81 _
WANTID-A "ami. TO DO oiiNnnAiHorsi : .
ivorlt , family of live. Apply 1C01 Kouth 1i.th
strei't , C 8.3-2
JTOH KKNT HOUSES.
UOUSi : * . K. K. 'DAHUNO. HAUKKIl HI.OCK.
U ( ti5
IIOOSi.S IN AM. PAKTrtOFTHE CITY. THE
O P. Davis F ° mpany , IMj Farnam. D 4C8
iiousna. UKNAWA' & co. . w : N. ISTH ST.
- LJ 4 C7
H. E. COU-TCO. . LAUQEST L13T IN
6-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT. 1913 DODOE.
FOR RENT. FLATS NEWLY PAPERED ANT
cleaned , northeast corner lllh nnd Hownri !
streets. Fifteen dollars n month. Inquire rooir
Sit , First National Hank building. D 7U-SJ
roil RENT. FIVE-ROOM COTTAOES. 1408-11
North Kd street. Eight dollars per month. In
quli * room 311 , Flint National Uanl : Imlldlnc.
roil RENT TWO 6-ROOM COTTAGES. ONT
furnished. 50J S , 30th. Modern.
D DOfl-21 *
COTTER RESIDENCE. LAROE OROUND9
IS5I Sherman Avo. V. D. Wead. ICrh am
S.ROOM HOUSE. CORNER ETTH ANT
Douglas streets. Inquire 2iDI Fnrnum street.
M iiorsn NIJAII IIIUH SCHOOL ,
JIS.O ) psr month. Imiulro 2ul6 Capitol a\e.
_ 1 ) 075 2't *
roll"IIKNT. . lo-nooM iiot'sn. 1:21 nonan
ull imidfrn Improvements. Inquire next door
or 1318 Farnam. Samuel Hums. I ) M893 21
rou iiKNT , roun "iTooMsi CITV WATP.H ,
\eiy convenient nnd cheap ; ! 6.0) . Ill N Kt.
ICB IVKNT : HOOMS.
WANTKD , LADY HOOMMAT11.
Ing rooms , 1026 St. Mary * . _ li-612 Jy 58 *
AND UNFUKNISHi : ! ) . 221 N ,
IPth street. _ i : M < 5i
rou UINT , FI'IJNISHRIJ IIOOMS. WITH 01
without hoard. C l S. 13lh. U-MS89 A13
KICK FIIIINISHUD IIOOMS ron i.ioii'
housekeeplnK. 1H2 South lllh. i-S07-21
U\liai3 NICKI.Y FtIKNSHin ROOM W1TI
alcove , modern , for 1 or 2 ladles or man am
wife. In n prlva" to family. Inferences. S13 a
Mth street. 1M950 SI
HOP.SIKIIPINO nooMs. CONVKNIKNT
Uicup , cool , larce lawn , 2211 St. Mir ; > ' .
I PUNISHED ROOMS AND BOaRI
IOCKL.Y FL'TlNISIIKD SOUTH HOOM WIT !
board for two ; private famllj ; no other boaid
rrs ; best home comforts , CH No. 21st. bet
OUIffirn'innd ' Webstur. _ F 9
UNFURNISHED n6CM3 fo IlENn
OF i.Aiian noi'siiciii'iN : : (
rooms , JiOO per room ; left ) . 1019 So. l0th.
1 ClIIJKMT a'1' AND OFFICK ;
Kbit IUNTTIIB 4-s-rop.Y unicic HUII.DI.NO
910 Fainam street. This liuilJIni ; hat a lire
prcof ctment basement , complete steam heal
Ing fixtures , water on all lloor * . gnu , etc. Ac
ply at the olllce of The Her. 1 910
I'pK HUNT. KUtST-CIwVSS THUKE-STOU'
and banement , brick store buIUlnK. No. 1003 Fai
iinm etreet. Suitable for any kind of builncs
Ileasonnblc lermi. Inquire room 811 First Nn
tlonal Hank bulMlmr. I-7D-22
MKN AND WOMiN. Ji TO JIO A DAY. AD
dress the Handy Heater Co. , Ml New York I.If
bldtr. Otmlia. Neb. J 47 <
\VANTii > . AN nNKltaiTTIC MAN OR I.AD'
to travel and appoint agents , nuliry , $ M.iO ( i > t
mnnth. Address U 19 , llee. l MOjSIC'
AC1KKT.SM.VTC1 : lioiTDAILY. MAU\7iiXP !
Invention , llelalhi "J cents ; S la a sold In i
linuv Samiile rn.ill'd free. Forsiiee & Mukln
Clm Innatl. O. J Musi : )
O. Q. WALIJVCU. HENTALS. J1S UHOWN III.IJ
JIUST STOUAOG IHI1LD1NQ IN OMAHA. H. f
cor. Uwded warehouse ; haunehali ! yood > stored
U it rates. 101M015 l e venVTorth. > 1 478
jjTonArsnTi nTvNic KUEUS. uu HAHNEY.
1'ACIFIC 8TOnA"aB & WAnEIIOUSG CO. . W
ill > Jono kts. General ttoraso and forwardlui
Z" WANTED TO BUY
A NEAT HOMK NRAU I'lllSY M. K. CHl'llCI
ami tha best house that can l > u had south ft
11.009 cash , and some acre tracts cheap ft
cash. 1 < \ I ) . Wcad , ICtli and IkMiKlas.
TOR S ALE HORSK3 AND WO JN !
FOR BAI.K. FINK CAliniAQR TRAM ; OIM.D
! ( , r ct mates , J'ouns. Bentle. no-d travel
* rs. Address or call on Dr W , II. Jnlllnw
409 Fa.ton block. Omaha. Neb. r MS Jl
chicken ffnci. Chis. 1C L c. Slh nj ttaug * i
_ _ _ _ _ . . Q- " >
FOR AAI.K. WIU. HKI.I , AT BHKiUFK'S HAL
July JO. 1S9S. 10-Jur e ixravr tructiun enc'Jio , i
licit. Inquire Win. ix. IM and S-J ! l o
Omaha , < jj :
NO SOAP WILL DO THE
WORK HALF 50 WELL A5
R&-7 & & *
ONETRIAL WILL PROVE THIS FACT.
MADE BY THE N.K.FAIRBANK COMPANY , CHICAOO.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
incuniTins FOII SAI.K.
Ve have a number of first mortgages In amounts
o' 1500 to 13,000 nt C'/j to 8 per cent far talc.
None but gilt edged securities bundled. Call
nnd nee us.
fidelity Trust Company , 1701 Farnam St.
O 587 31
'OK RA1.F , . OOOD l-AMILY MILK COW. D
nnd Hamilton. : Q MC58
IOt NT HOPK flOMKTKHY Itf ATTUACTINO
desorvcJ attention ; eltuateil on n Imiutirul ele
vation , northwest part of Onului. Prices tn
milt the tlinen nnd terms * ertny. Paved ro.nl
niMrly to Rule , nnd tinn < i > ortnllon tn the
Kriiuhdq very soon. ( * all on ngcnt at 21 South
15th utreet. In AVIthneil block , or "phone Hll
nnd ho will call nnd take you out t' > s lots.
BI.IM - ' H-M3S3 23
MUS. on. H. WAimnN , CLAIRVOYANT , an.
liable business tjiodiuin , ttn year at 119 N. ICth.
. . iiATHb. XTO.
MADAM SMITH. 602 S. I3TH , 2D KI.OOH , 11OO.M
3 ; rnnKnetlc. Miiior , alcohol , steam. ulpliurlni >
and tea L.uha. T M874 2' ' ) '
113 NOHTH 15TH ST. . IIOOM 5. 11AT1IH. 8U-
lect innsKice by an expert. Anna , from ChlcaRO.
T 903-20 *
MASSAGE , MADAME IIKKNAUU. 1421 UODCin.
T M369 1 *
MRS. Ull. I.KON. KI.KCIANT MASSAC1I3AND
electric bath. Pallors restful uml refreshing.
412 Norlh14th utrcct. T M872
MMIJ. IIOWUI.I. , MASSAOK. TPUKI3II AND
electric baths. Finest parlors In ell jr. 318-320
H. 15th , 1 MlltS fj
MMi : . I.AHUU , MASSAGE AND 11ATIIS. 1C17
Howard. T-MWJ AW
TURKISH UATHS ; ONLY PLACE IN CITY
exclusl.'cly for ladles. Bulte 109-110 , Bcu bide.
LADIES' BATHS. 1IME. POST , 319V4 S. 15TH.
PBBHONAl * .
VIA.VI co. , J4S nnn DLDQ. ; HEALTH HOOK
free ; home treatment j lady attendant. U483
13. HAAS. FLORIST , PLANTS , CUT FLOWERS.
Jlannuet. ball , residence and grave decorntions.
1813 Vlnton street. Telephone. 770. U MIS4
BATHS , MASSAGE , MME. POST , 319W
A PRIVATE PARTY HAS MONEY TO LOAN
on plnno , jewel * , bicycles , etc. ; business
ttilctly confidential. Address. PoatoOlce liox
32C. U M703
FOR FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES ,
vault work , etc. . see or nddreai W. G. Temple-
ton , Rcn'l. aB'.t. . 403 N. Y. Life. U MC 7 a8
CASH ADVANCED ON PUBLIC EMPLOYES'
salaries. Commercial Trust Co. . 419 llee llldff.
PRIVATE HOME FOR WOMEN UlSRINQ
confinement. Best of references Blven.3jr.IN.
2Sth street. U M863 A15 *
FINE LIVERY RIGS CHEAP. ED 11AUMLEY.
17th and St. Mary's avr. Telephone 440.
U 903 a-lt
ASTROLOGY ; KNOW YOUR DESTINY : YOUR
future sclentltliMlly foretold ; explanatory cir
cular mailed free. Prof. Mncdnnald , ustrol.
ogcr. Box SIS , BliiKhurnton , N. Y.
MONEY TO LOAN KEAli ESTATE
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. . 31S N.Y. LIFE ,
loans ut low rates for cholco security In Ne
braska and Iowa fatnu cr Omaha city property
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE
O. F. Davla Co. , 1505 Farnam St. \ \ 4 7
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR. 515 N.
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED ON'
or boueht. F. O. CUesney. Kansas Cltv-.fMa
CAPITAL. J2.000.000 ; SURPLUS. JOOO.OOO ; U. S.
MortBaKe Trust Co. . New York ; for 6 per cent
loan * t.n ttty property opr > ly to Puaey &
Thomas , agents , loom ZJ7 , Flrat Nat. Ilk bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Brennan. Love & Co. , PaxUmbN _ .
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL ESTATE
at C per cent. W. B. Meikel. 1st Nat.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Fainm.
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , US ) Fnrnam.
INVESTORS' DIRECTORY CO. . 10 WALL ST. ,
New York , offer any part I01.0 eastern In
vestors' names , who have money to Invest ; Juat
compiled. Write for particulars.
MOHTGAOE LOANS. LOW RATES.
J. D. Zlttle , 16th and Douglas , Omahn.fl
J2.000 TO WO.COO. F. D. WEAD , 18 & DOnOLAS.
W 959 31
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE , PIANOS ,
htries. vraeons. etc. . at lowest rates In city ;
no removal of goods ; nrlctly confidential ; you
can pay 'ho loan oft at any time ur tn any
" " " " " ' '
'OMAHA ilORTQAQK LOAN CO. .
30 tij. ICth Kt. .
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND
Pianos. Fred Terry. < S ) Ratneo Mh. X 49 ?
tl..COO.Of STOCK OF MEHCHAND1SE IN BEST
town In eai'.ern Nebraska , for land and ca : t
o - equlva.cnt. Addrcm S 21) ) . care Ue ? .
> EOLID INVESTMENTS : BRICK BUSINESS
Moc.lt. water power IliurlnR mill , fine Ice bus- !
nets. H , C. Aleer & Co. , Sheridan , W > o.
FOR SALE-STOCIv Of MILLINERY ; BEST
location In the city. Good rea on for illlne.
Address atjmce. T 1 . Ifcc. ] t l3i _
ON1 > 1IALF INTEIIF.ST IN REAL ESTATE
and ntmtract business In central Nebraska for
ale. T 13. Omaha , Be . Y M7SI A7
FOR SALE. COMPLETE FIRST-CLASS SE"T
DeOelte's eystern abstract bonk * Adams county ,
Neh. , with 'J ) yean' established business ; full
Information and prlco given. Adtlreu box 7tw ,
HuiUnsi. Neb. Y M7M il
FOR"SALE. "ONI : OF THE BEST LOCATED
Br eery Korea In Lincoln. Neb. ; dung ROOI !
oitli i.uilni-H : about Jl.mO ) Moclc. Address
W. Iloi-IJM. Lincoln , Neb. Y M 91 SJ-
I HAVE THREE OR FOUR OOOD FARMS 1
want to exclmnse for horse * . H. J. Ruthnell.
Omaha. Neb. Z-MTCT Sl
FOirTllADE FOR MERCHANDISE. CI.KAH
rholctt Improved farm In eastern Neliraslcu. Far
particular * adJrcas Oeorce W. Hutton , Cole ,
r Idgg. Neu. Z-M8M
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR FINE
7-ruoui house and lot ues.r pontottlcf. In Council
iruffs ? Address. V IS , Bee otllce.
MERfUIANniSE OR HORSES WANTED TOR
NM > rnska fnrrn Unil , < SJ and 1CH m-ivii. 1) . ] |
Crol > tton. Neb K M 7 >
FOS BALK KEA1 , KSTATE.
AU8YKACTB. THE UYRON ItEKD COMPANY ,
P.VP.M LANDS. & F. HARRISON , > 1J N.YI - fl
FOIl SALE lihiAL , ESTATE.
IMPROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMA1I.1
nt prices that will surprise you , If taken vvlthlr
\\eeks. . J. H. Sherwood , 423 N. Y. Life.
BAROAINS , HOUSES , LOTS AND FARM
sale or trade. F. K. Darling , Barker block.
IIOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. Srtl.L ANt
buy lots , acres , farrnn. Qarrln Bros. , 713 N. Y. L
FARM BARGAINS , IOWA OR NEBRASKA , Of
time , Improved nnd unimproved. It. V. Wll
Hams , Room 411 , McCague block. RE 838 3
BAROAINS , SALlToirTRA DE7N CITY PROP
cities and farms. John N. Frenzcr , opp. P. O
AT A BARGAIN. CORNER LOT , PAVE !
street , 3 cottage * . C , 7 and 8 rooms each , brlrl
basement , \vater and newer tonenctlon , In bes
residence portion , monthly rental ( U. Apply b ;
letter to Jean Schons , CIO Bee building.
RE 311 Jy23
SNAP. 5-R. HOUSE AND LOT , S , E. . MM. F
D. Wead. IGth nnd Douglas RE ! > 62 19
Owing to business engagements * taking me froi
tlio city , the following llr t-clam rental incipertlc
are offered nt n sacrifice price , nnrt all occupied.
Thp snperl ) cornei ut ICth nnd Cnsa , SS feet o
ICth , fronting east ; 20 feet on lOtlr , fronting cast
0x132 anil C houses , IStli nnd Iz.uil , 23x120 an
cottnge , 11114 N. 27th street.
Any or all nt hard time prices nnd terms t
suit by owner.
. C. Hobble , SOI N. ICth street. RE-M985 20
BUILDIKO&LOAN ASSOCIATION ,
SHARES IN MUTUAL L. & B. ASS'N PA'
C. 7 , 8 per cent when 1. 2 , 3 years old , alvvax
redeemable. 1701 Farnam st. Natttnger , Sec
51 ! )
HOW TO GET A HOME OR SECFRE OOOI
Intel est on savings. Apply to Omaha L. & II
Ass'n. 1701 Bee blJg. O. M. Nattlncer. ft c
M. O. DAXON , W2 N. ICTH. 603
STERLINQ BUILT LIKE A WATPH. WEST
ern Electrical Supply Co. , 1515 Howard street
SEE THE VISIBLE BALL HEARINGS O >
Relay Special. Will Barnurn Bro. , 120 N. 15th
A. L. DEANE & CO. . 111G FARNAil STREET
WESTERN BICVCLE & GUN CO. . 2110 CUMlNO
OMAHA BICYCLE CO. . BEST PLACE TO Bl'1
bicycles , sundries nnd repairs. S23 N. ICth st
MSSS A 13
MANTELS , GRATES AND TILES
WOOD MANGELS. ORATES. TILES FC > I
fire places , vestibules and large floors ; write fo
prices. Milton Rogers & Sons. Omaha. 609
CABJPENTERS AND BUILDERS
C. E. MORRILL , PAPEH HANGING. HOUS1
sign luilntlng , brick worn , plastering ; off. R. 1
Barker blk. ; tel. 723 ; shop SU N. 2Uh St.
A GOOD THINO PUSH IT ALONG , MAY P.I
the latest slang phrase , but that's juit nlia
vvu're doing with SHERIDAN COAL. 8.003 ton
sold In Omaha last year We give you 2.0T
Ibs. of the best Wyoming cooking coal for Jl.i
Victor White , rnsr. , 1C03 Farnam Et. Tel. is ;
GOOD PASTURE FOR HORSES , J1.00 1'El
month.per head. Charles Cans , St. Paul , Net
CHAMPION STEAM CARPET AND RP (
Cleaning Works do their work the best an
cheapest. 718-20 S. Hth St. Tel. C55. U. S. Q
Kulin , manager ; Patrick Wan ! foieman.
220 Jy 20
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
II. K. BURKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR AN ]
embalmer , IMS Chicago St. , telephone 9) . 512
SWANSON & VALIEN , 1701 CUMlNO , TEL 107
M. O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALM
er. 1417 Farnam St. , telephone 223. 511
C. W. BAKER , UNDERTAKER , C13 S. IGTH SI
AETNA HOUSE ( EUROPEAN ) , N. W. CO11
13tlr and Dodge. Rooms by day or xveelc.
HOTEL BARKER. FRANK HILDITC1I MGR.
13th nnd Jones EIK. ; So. Omaha and Sherina
nvc cars. pass the ilnnra.
7" rooms nt $1.00 day. 00 rooms at 12.03 day.
European plan , 50c to Jl.O ) per day. 010
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACT
ors for electric IlglH nnd motor plants and a
kinds of electrical construction. Western E'ec
flrnl Supply Co. . 1515 Howard st. 510
THE INFIRMARY IN CONNECTION WITI
the Denial college at Twelfth and Pacific stre l
Is now cpen , where those deililng to hav
teeth extracted can have It done free of chart
and all other work ut merely cost oi ninUrla
DR. PAUL. DENTIST. 2020 I1URT KT. 523
FOt'NI8TUAY " HORSE. i.iailT
jears o'd , scar on left shoulder , welcht 9V ) lt
801 Fnrnarn. Found 974 21 *
E. WALTERS , EXPERT ACVOtTNTANl
202-3 1st Natl. bank. Tel , 1CM. Referen-es.
SHORTHAND ANi > TYPEWRITINC
A. C. VAN BANT'8 SCHOOL. 513 N. Y. LIFT
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
GEORGE I1. OELLENBEC'K. BANJO AN
guitar teacher. 1H11 Cass street. M 103
DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILVERED. 71D N. H
II. 1IAROWITZ LOANS MONEY. 418 N. It
II Tilt ONLY
WHO TUKATg AU.
PRIVATE DISEASES ,
VfcaknoM andt crtl
Itrury rare kitar
years ID Omalu.
IU-o fra * .
MUNYON PJU.YED FOB ,
A Prom'iunt Divini , " * Invokes God's
Blessings on tin mjmnt Profess ,
Ho Ucclirrd thn jtSjjuVcilloi nreVorth
Their \\tlp1i7.lu Quid.
Ucv. W. E. Androvys , , qt WcstfUld , Mass. ,
writs : , |
"I wlah lo add my , testimony In favor of
Munyon's Homoeopathic Home Ucmcdles to
lie mass that has already been published. I
have used the Cold Cure , Dyspepsia Cure ,
Nerve Cure and Headache Cure In my tain-
ly with satisfaction. These remedies are
worth their weight In gold. In my family
they liavo cured the worst cases of cold In
1110 day , and dyspepsia of seven years' stand-
ng was cured with three vials of the Dys
pepsia Cure. I have had very severe head-
iches , which were driven away In half an
lour by the Headache Cure. My wife suf-
lercd greatly with sleeplessness , and one vial
of Nerve Cure gave her perfect relief. I
sincerely pray God's blessing upon the pro
prietors of such valuable remedies.
Munyon's Stomach nnd Dyspepsia Cure
cures all forms of Indigestion and stoinnc'.i
troubles such as constipation , raising of food
distress after eating , bloating of the stomach ,
lalpltatlon of the heart , shortness of breath
and all aflectlons of the heart cawed by In
digestion. It soothes , heals and Invigorates
stomachs that have been weakened by over
eating , or where the lining of the stomach
has been Impaired by phlslc and Injurious
medicines. Price , 23 cents.
Munyon's Homoeopathic Home Remedy
Company , of Philadelphia , put up specifics for
nearly every disease , which are sold by all
druggists , mostly for 23 cents a bottle.
Those who are In doubt as to the nature
of their disease should address Professor
Munyon , 1503 Arch street , Philadelphia , glv-
ng full symptoms of their disease. Professor
Munyon will carefully diagnose the case and
glvo you the benefit of his advice absolutely
Tree of all charge. The Remedies -will ba sent
to any address on receipt of retail price.
A full line of
MUNYON'S REMEDIES ,
On band. Mailed on receipt of price.
THK.tl.OK .t J'i\FOLI > CO. ,
1408 Faraam Street , Opposite Paxton HottL
All forma of Blood au \
Sliiu UlMia oi. Soros. Spun.
Pimples , Scrofula , Tumnr < .
Tetter. iCc/oma mid IllooJ
Poison thoroughly cloansaJ
fiom the system.
CATARRH , Throat
. , Limps. Liver. Dyspepsia
'ikTrouWui ' cured by spujlal
.w'coursu f I rc.itnioriu
( VITALITY WEAK ) made
rtuli to builnera or Itudy , severe mental
train or griir. SEXUAL EXCESSES In middle
life or from Ui eftfct * , of youthful follies , all
field readily to our n V treatment for leu of
r troubles If oat ot city. Thcuiandj
Ssirlis/ * ) "
Dr.SuarlJi & / ,
RAPIDLY WEARING COMPLEriON
Cfolglrton Thenor ! Almost Hourly for Uc-
cuprncy : by tlrn Public.
Within ten days thfe Interior decoration ol
the new Crelghton theater will bo completed
the upper part of the auditorium having beer
finished yesterday. L > ast'jiight a fevy friends
pf tlte electrician wer 'prj cnt to'witirfsa'th !
lighting of two of the four domes In the new
homo ot the drama In Omaha and the effcci
was decidedly artistic. Klectrlc .llshts art
set well within the circular openings , throw-
Ins steady rays-upon the mural tints , whlcli
have been judiciously selected. Cven In tin
midst of rises of scaffolding the Impresslor
rnado was highly satisfactory. The domei
have a wonderfully clear atmospheric tinge
the tropical shrubbery painted In balcohj
effect with the blue of an Italian sky In the
tipper part calling forth enthusiastic ex
clamations fromithose present.
Sixteen hundred electric llphts will be usei !
In the theater , COO In the audtorlum propel
and COO of these will he hidden from view
of the audience , placed , however , In such
manner as to give the softest and mosl
pleasing effect possible. The system of 1 Kht-
InK. Judged from the little exhibition of lasl
night , cannot fall to be popular with the pub
lic , rnd will be a delight to tha patrons ol
the Crelghton. .
Free admission to Courtland beach.
.VII , I'.t It.l(1 K.I J'/IS.
J. H. llalrd of Chicago Is at the Murray ,
D. Shlnn , Jr. , of Dsadwood Is a guest cl
J. E. Roquet and wife of tirand Island are
AlejanJra Davlz of San Salvador is stop-
of the Mlllard.
Mr. P. J. DoUen Is reglst.rel at the liarkei
from Kansas City ,
Frank H. Ames of San Francisco Is stop
ping at ths Mlllard ,
C. n. Prince of St. Paul , Minn. , Is regis
tered at the Darker.
Mr. J. W. Modesltt Is registered at ( lit
Barker from Lincoln.
Henry H. Moller of Washington , D. C. , li
a guest of the Mlllard.
C. W. Cahoo , a South Omaha stockman
was a guest ot the Arcade.
L. G. liloiso and wife are registered ai
the Barker from Chicago.
I ) . J. Sinclair of Nebraska City , postoffls (
Inspector , 1s at the Dellone.
Governor Holcomb registered as a gucsi
of the Paxton hotel lasL.evenlng.
Hon. John C. Watsoh of Nebraska Cltj
registered with the Mlflard last evening.
Fathers E * J. McLaughlln and P. Leahy o
Clinton , la. , have registered at the Mlllard
G. W. Phelps , a stockman of Ohlovva , one
W. H. Thurber of Edgar have registered a' '
W. n. Fountain , one of 'Frisco's most ex
tensive fruit Growers Is making tin
Darker his hcadquarf.6rjj1 ' }
Illchard Meredith , Gi-'jlart Stlcphen , E. L
Warren , Thomas Ness > , ' "Calumet" Jock am
Jenk Uoon are Chicago pl'dnlo with the Mur
ray. _ _ _ _ -
Mrs. T. F. Fitzgerald'/ ' wife of the coas
agent of the Tc-xas Pacific Railroad company
Is In the city. Mrs. Fitigerald Is the slste
of U. W. Richardson. . , ut-
Judge Hopewell camJo'dAwn from Tekamal
last evening to hold qc'aty * , Hurt county h
left In the midst ofm , ( harvest which fo
abundance of the yietdlcf small grain wil
exceed anything for tWftity-flve years past
he says. Haln might db.s'fime good , but thcr
Is no suffering for It. ,
At the Mercer ; E , IlirBtt \ , Chicago ; Lieu
tenant W. W. HarncyjiUtfrt Nlobrara. Neb.
Mr. Ilatfleld , Kansasf Ottyr P. H. Kulter
Philadelphia ; H. S. Brft'itej Philadelphia ; W
N. England , LincolnP.T ; ] C. Wallace , Jr.
Herman ; H. E. Gates. OWcago ; F. I ) . Hlg
Elnbotham , 'Frisco , . " ( Jit. 0. n. Swlngley
Beatrice ; L , H. Beason , Portland , H. C. Me
Donald. Kansas City ; I. W. Grover , Chicago
M. II , Beck , St. Louis ; George Snyder , Uex
ter , la.
firbriiikarii ut HIP Hotel' ,
At the Mlllard Lester Ellis , North Platte
Ell A. Barnes , Grand Iiland ; Judge Hope
well , Tckamah.
At the Merchants John Comstock , Oak ; I
H. Battles , Stella ; C. H. Tulley , Kuthvllle ; II
C. Outcalt , Lincoln , .
At the Paxton W. J. Lamb , Lincoln ; J. H
Ilothwell. Crelghton ; A. D. Gustln , Kearney
Benton Maret , Lincoln.
AU the Dellone William Murr. Grand U
tana ; E. G. West. Oothenberg ; 1C. W. Me
Crann , South Omaha ; F _ Currle , Whitney ,
At the Arcade W. A. Thomai. Fairfax ; r
D. Denncy. Fremont ; II. D. Kelly , Norfolk
Urlas O. Bryan , Valentine ; II. G. Mauon
The delicious fragrance , refreihlng coolnes ;
nd soft bsiu'y Itarartej to thp kn ! by Pcz
onn rowder. comas -air It ti rl' Ii1lc .
( Copyright , IS93 , l > y Irvlnn Ilachellcr. )
I got up about 7:30 : , and , after dressing
lastlly , went down stairs. Phillips had not
appeared , and I hesitated awhile as to
whether I should awaken him , deciding
finally In the negative. Mary , of course ,
did not leave her room. At last the clock
struck 9. I went up to the detective's door
ami listened. Evidently he was not moving ,
so I knocked gently at first , then more
decidedly , but without response. Finally I
ventured to try the door , only to find Miat It
was locked on the Inside. I now began to
pound vigorously , listening from time to
: lmc. until at last , thoroughly frightened
by the persistent silence , I put my shoulder
against It and forced It open.
Phillips \vas lying on the bed , apparently
In a heavy slumber , although the daylight
was streaming through Mie window. His
lips were parted and his cheeks seemed
slightly flushed. I spoke to him and laid
my hand on his shoulder.
Then I recoiled with sudden horror. The
man was dead rigid cold as stone , and
hod evidently been dead for many hours.
The shock of this discovery was so greit
that , for a few moments , I was utterly unable
to think connectedly. Little by little I begin
to realize the full extent of the calamity , and
regret for what seemed to mo the extinction
The man was dead.
of our best hope to learn the truth as to my
brother's murder was mingled with a deeper
regret that the strain of my Interests had
boon the last straw to break down an over
worked and useful life. Pervading all was
the consciousness of a possibility too horrible
to contemplate. There was nothing to do ,
however , but notify the authorities , and , be
fore the day had passed , the house was again
thronged with coroner , physicians , constables
The body of the dead detective was exam
ined. Ho had evidently prepared himself for
bed as usual ; his clothes were laid carefully
over a chair , and he had passed away In his
sleep apparently without a struggle or pang.
I breathed a sigh of heartfelt relief when the
Investigation disclosed no evidence of violence
lence , and the verdict was rendered accord
ingly : "Death by heart failure occasioned by
exhaustion and overwork. "
, My broth6r's funeral had been set for the
following day , and I confess to something of
a mental struggle as to whether I should at
once acquaint the local authorities with Phil
lips' discoveries. Skldmore , the village con
stable , was the last to leave me , and , as ho
did EO , he took occasion to Intimate that the
solution of the murder had been pretty ac
curately arrived at , and that without the aid
of "no hlghfalutln * city detective. "
"What do you mean ? " I asked quickly.
"Oh ! nuthln' much , " he replied. "Only
we've found out that that there feller Ralph
was seen a walkln' up th' road In this direc
tion 'bout 5 o'clock that mornln' . "
"Who saw him ? "
"Dllly Gough. I reckon he don t know
much but he knows enough not ter be
fooled on a feller that's bin 'round here as
lone as Ralph has. "
With this parting shot , th ? local Hawk-
sliaw took his departure , leaving mo Incon
siderably pertutbed at bis Information. 1
had begun somehow to feel satisfied of the
Innoccncs of the young collegian. A knlte
thrust was the last method a man like Him
would adopt , and It seemed to me to bring
the crime closer to the Italians with whom
my brother had quarrelrd. Whether this
Impression originated within myse It or
whether I felt unconsciously that Phillips
conclusions were tending l"thatlj'rec'10" ' ' , ' j
( deny that
do not know. Still. I could not
testimony was very material
this last bit of
cumstantlal evid-nce To be
terial as cl ,
Gougb was hardly half-witted ,
rure but as he constable said. He know Ralph
well enotiRh not to be mistaken on a ques-
to state that Immediately
I have inrgoiicii ' had
of Phillips' death I
upon my Sanford -
ford and thatT by Ills directions. Inspector
attend the Inquest
Htisom had come up to
' mak * arrangements for the removal
of the body to New York. lie had had little
or othlnl to say during the proceedings ,
and I had left him In the room occup ed by
Phillips , while I saw the constable to the
As'I turned back Into the ball Mary was
descsndlng the stairs. Her face was agitated
and I surmised at once that she must have
overheard Skldmore's parting remarks , a
surmise which proved to be correct.
"What did that man say to you ? she
asked , coming close.
I told her In a few words , Intimating , as I
did so. a hardly felt doubt as to the reliability
of Hilly Cough's statements. "
"He was perfectly correct , nevertheless ,
she said , after a short hesitation. "I went
' Jack by appointment
out about 0 o'clock to meet
ment and to arrange to go away with him.
I met him on the road and he walked as tar
What did that man say to your' '
as the Rate with me. It was almost C o'clock
and Jack went back to the village. Hedli
not come even as far as the house , and
know he could not have killed father. A
for your New York friend , who was trying t
flx It on him "
"Mr. Smith , may I have a few words wltl
you at once ? " came a voice from the italn
My niece ttarted at the sound and dartei
Into the library.
"Certainly. Inspector , " I answered ,
"Can I trouble you to come up here ? "
I mounted the stairs hastily , and Hanson
drew me Into the room , closing the door be
hind us. Ilia face was more than serious.
"Here Is a sealed letter addressed to you , '
be said. "It Is Phillips' handwriting ,
found It tn the eicretolre. "
Utterly astonished at this new developmen
I took the envelope from him and median
"Pardon me , " I said. Then I read as fol
"Dear Sir Realizing that my life mus
terminate very shortly , I take occasion t
commit to writing n brief summary of the
discovered facts as to your brother's mur
der."Ho was killed by a ktilto thrust Inflicted
from bchlml over * the right shoulder. This
happened In his own room or , at least , In
the house , and the murdpror was a man
admitted by appointment. The charred letter
In the prate was doubtless the'communica
tion asking for the appointment aud must
have advanced stroiiR reasons to obtain ono
nt such nn hour. Let us suppose that It
came ostensibly from ono of the railroad
Rang nnd olfered to disclose , for n consider
ation and tmilcr conditions Insuring secrecy ,
the directions Riven by some otTlcer of the
company to his subordinates to delay the
work and to harass Mr. Smith as much as
possible In retaliation for Ills persistent
hostility. Your brother , feeling as he did ,
would have been only too glad to Ret such
Information on any terms , so ho destroyed
the letter , as was doubtless stipulated for ,
rose , dressed , admitted his alleged Inform
ant secretly , took him to his room , vvai
stabbed , partly undressed and dressed
again , carried out while It was yet dark
nnd placed or thrown Into the cut , care bring
taken that his skull 'should be fracttlred as
to apparently account for death. Then the
murderer , having wrapped up the garments
through which , the knife passed , took
them away with him. Much of this
Is In the nature of a recapitulation
of facts you already know. H Is the simplest
thing In the world to sec that the murder
was not committed by your niece , your serv
ant or by Mr. Ralph. The flrt could not
have carried the body to the railroad cut ,
and neither of the others could have ob
tained an appointment at such nn hour ,
llnlph , moreover , would never have used a
knlfo , though I admit that , assuming the
local theory of nn early morning walk , a
quarrel and a blow on the head , things
would look very black for him. On the
other hand , Anderson's clumsy He was
merely an Ignorant man's way of trying to
bring to Justice ono whom he bd'cved Jad
murdered his master and whom you and Miss
Smith were shielding. -
"Let me now go a step further than we
have gene together and add that It Is per
fectly clear that Mr. Robert Smith was kllHd
by an agent of the Mafla In revenge for
the Insults ha offered that society. This
theory not only supplies nn nmplo motive ,
but It also accords fully with the method
of killing and the overwhelming evidence
pointing to a deliberately planned assassina
tion. Moreover , every first-class detective
must be familiar with the fundamental prin
ciples of the great secret organizations , and
the o of , , the Mafia make It certain ll.at lan
guage such as your brother used would
hnvo Infallibly marked him as n victim.
The work was not done , however , \ > y any
man with whom Mr. Smith lud rver been
In communication , much l < 'ss ha I trouble.
The rule Is that , after death has bjsn de
creed by the branch before vvhlaht } \ case
Is tried , notice Is sent to some bra tch lo
cated at a distance , one o [ vhoso member ?
an entire stranger to the matter la then I-E-
lected by lot to act as executioner. Srme
member , then , of the Mafh was 'lun'jtless ' In
the gang that heard your VirjtVr's tirade ,
made report of his words , nnd the r ° sult fol
"Now let me Inform you of a conclusive
pleco of evidence which om > of those chances
against which no criminal can guard has
placed In my hands. Otherwise , the task ol
detection would bs well nigh hopeless ; but ,
as It happened , your nleco and Mr. Ralph
were walking along the roaJ very early Ir
the morning nnd met the assassin comlnc
from the direction of the house with the tell
tale bundle under his arm. Mr. Ralph would
doubtless recognize him again. Miss Smith
has recognized him. Add to this the facl
that the man Is half Italian by birth , and
spent much of his early life among the peas
antry of Sicily , and I consider that I have
sufficient evidence In hanJ to cause tils arrest
"Thoro nre reasons , however , why such n
proceeding Is Inadvisable , and why a dlfferenl
course will serve the ends of Justice almost
equally well. As you know , I tried by overj
moans In my power to- avoid an assignment
to this case , but , seeing the finger of fate In
my being compelled to undertake It , I tie-
termlned that my professional standing al
least demanded that I should pursue It ex
actly as I would- any other , by the same
means and to Its logical conclusion. I do nol
think that I allowed myself to be Influenced
by any knowledge not coming to me as an
Investigator , and the result shows that a
clever offender can rarely be a match for an
equally clever detective. Whatever else 1
may have been , my reputation ns a conscien
tious and able official remains without spot.
"Finally , I have , by the use of a vege
table palton known only to a very fovv person !
In Sicily , administered Justice and avenged
the hvv. Should you ask how a man of mj
Intelligence , education and calling could leno
himself to such an act , I will only fay that 1
was a wild boy of 15 when I Joined the Mafia
and that disobedience to Mi commands mesni
certain death. Then , too , you muU remenibei
my Italian blood , and that we do not look al
some things as do the northern races
"JOHN PHILLIPS. "
There Is little more to tell. When Inspecioi
Ransoni had road the above paper wo boU
concluded that It ought not to bo made publli
unless necessary to clear an Innocent man
nnd that contingency did not arise. My dls.
closure of the knife wound and the testlmonj
bearing upon the tlmo nnd place of the mur
der , together with my niece's relation ot tin
causes and details of John Halnh'a move
ments , served to divert suspicion to semi
one of the Italian workmen and there , wltl
the aid of the police , all cluen were lost
Ralph was discharged and , several yearslater
married iJiy niece.
I will only add that I have told you thli
story to hasten the fllRht of anxious hour :
and relying upon you as gentlemen to regard
gard the facts related as strictly confidential
Do you not think mo Justified In calling 1
"A Remarkable Case ? "
( The End. )
. . .A"01,111 ! ? tory. ' ' > ' A " "r/Qulller Couch , pntltlei
The Mowing bourcc , commences Monday.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Repaying of Klrrrinuri Avenue Tloil lip ro
Another Wrck ,
A special seislon of the city council wa
held last evening to ( correct a technical erro
In a bonJ ordinance which was passed at i
previous meeting. The ordinance was drawi
under the provisions of the old charter am
the bonds were designated as "gradlni
bonds , " Instead of "street Improvemen
bonds. " The change was made and the nov
ordinance wa : passed.
City Engineer Hosewater was granted i
leave of absence for four days.
A resolution was Introduced by Saunter
authorizing the property owners on Shermai
avenue , between Nicholas and Locust street
to remove the old wooden blocks , as the con
tractor was ready to repave the street. H
urged dial the property owners had not ye
finished paying for the present pavement ain
ought to be entitled to the blocks. Severs
members objected to the proposition , and th
resolution was laid over under the rules.
He's a "De.ul Hard MUM. "
"Jack the Hipper , " alias "Tho Terror o
Cripple Creek , " Is In the city , and at tin
present time Is reposing quietly In the clt ;
Jail. Jack reached the city just four duy
ago , and In that great stretch of time h
has succeeded In being arrested only tbre
times , but he Is still game. On the first occa
Blon he started In to show the good peopl
of Omaha bow they Irrigate In mining town :
and , to speak literally , he wan a howlln ,
success. The next time he wanted to snot
the conductor of a motor train how to rui
the train , and because he was not allowed t
do to he undertok to clean out the car. Borne
.what subdued by the rebuffs Mi entrrprUIn
spirit received la the bip of arrests , J c !
BO far condescended to lower his dignity ate
to solicit small loam trom various citizens 01
the streets list night , liecauie these request
were not kindly received Jack started out t
show the people again , but before he ha
Kone very far be was gathered In by a blue
FAILED IN THEIR MISSION
Meeting tbtit Did Not Bring Atont Any
GRAIN DEALERS SEEKING LOWER RATES
They Meet ulth tlrn OlllclitU u * tire Hull-
rends nndVrrn Clvcii In UrrdPi-stnrut
Hint the Prrirrrt ItiitcVcro
Sot Kxcrsslro. *
Oraln ratjs arc now the subject ot con
siderable anxiety on the part of country
tlcaleis living In tlic northwest , west unit
south parts of tlio state , ami n commtttca
of Intcrcstril Jealors waited upon the frelplit
representatives of the Union Pacific , Hurling-
tun ami Klkhora ycstcnlay , headed by
Jack MacColl. vvlth a view to sccurliiK lower
rate than at present prevails. The com-
mlttfo of grain men contended before tha
freight olllclals that under existing tariffs
there was a dlscrlirrThatlon which shouU bo
removed In order that the farmers of Ne
braska might realize on their crops to somo-
vvlmt balance the total failure ot last year
and the partial failure of Is93 , They showed
that the riUe on grain was nearly twice as
much as on live flock from many ixilnts In
the state , and contended that this dis
parity was against reason.
The railroad people answered those argu
ments by showing that as grain was a com
petitive commodity , the rates wore made to
meet all possible contingencies that might
arise , not only In handling , but In shrinkage
In transportation. That the present rates were
tnado at a time when the price of grain was
much lower than It now < j , and trom present
Indications lower than it In likely tn go this
yoar. Under these comiltiuns , the railroads
felt that the dealers had the bcit of tlio
situation. All of the freight representa
tives scn stated to the committee that no
onu line would feel like taking the Initiative
In making still lower rates , but that all ot
them would be willing to go Into conferoncu
with a view ot concerted action , should It
be thought desirable to make the changes
In the tariffs suggested. While the com
mittee was not successful In the object ot
Its visit , so far as could be learned , assur
ances were given that no road would hold out
for present rates If U was shown that pres
ent rates were excessive.
rno.n TIII : II.UMCOAU
[ Sront Crop ll ? ld llcportod from Along
Mu t I.lnei hi I ho Stnto.
Never has Nebraska presented so many
lavorablo conditions as this year. Within
lie confines of Its territory , which embraces
70,855 square miles , or 49,187,200 .acres , there
Is only a strip of country soventy-flvo mlles
eng by fifty miles wide that has not bcn
sufficiently well watered , and this strip Is
mainly along the IJurllngton railroad , from
Fairmont west , following In some sections
the valley of the Illuo river , touching the
counties ot Klllmoro , Thayer , Nuckolls , parts
of Franklin and bore and there the countlcj
along the southern tier vest ot Franklin.
Rven In this trip ot territory rain lias fallen
In siifllclent quantity In some sections to as
sure magnificent crops , while territory aJ-
lacent to this well watorcj strip has received
Gcorgo W. Loomls of the Burlington has
jecn a close student of the weather for many
years. He has long been Identified with the
material Interests of HID company ha repre
sents and he Is authority fur the statement
that the yield of email grain In this stnto
this year will exceed by thousands of busheU
any former year In tlio history of the com
monwealth. "In some sections the yield will
bo little or nothing , but In others It will base
so vast as to completely offs3t the non-produc
tiveness of ccrlaln sections and places on the
right side of the ledger a magnificent show-
Ing. The early corn Is made. No more
rain Is necessary , whllo the late corn Is In
the pink of condition. So heavy Is the small
Brain In some sections that twice the quan
tity of twine Is necessary to bind the sheaves
and I am told the Implement dealers ot
Omaha are on the jump to meet tie ! entirely
unexpected demand for twine to run the self-
"While we are destined to have a great
movement of grain , the movement of ran go
cattle promises to be equally as great. The
grans on the great ranges has never been so
good , and already the packers ot South
Omaha are feeling the first effects of tha
range movement. Ordinarily the transporta
tion of cattle from the ranges does not com
mence before August 15 , but we will be In the
thick of fie cattle business by that time this
year. Montana and Wyoming are already
sending the best of their live stock cast , con
siderable of the northwest stock coming Into
South Omaha instead of going via St. Paul
as heretofore , the opening of the Durllngton
line Into Mcntana being largely responsible
for the changed conditions. "
The Burlington Is not alone In the joy ot
a great year for crops , for the Elkhorn and
the Union Pacific alike rejoice In splendid
prospects , and a season of unexceptional
activity. The Rock Island and Missouri Pa
cific are preparing to meet the active demand
for cars , General Manager Truesdalo of tha
former road having given Instructions to
division superintendents to move cars need
ing repairs to the shops as rapidly as cir
cumstances will permit. And on the heels
of this order , which means an Increate In
shop forces , comes the following from Chlot
Train Dispatcher Haln of the Hock Ibland at
Kalrbury : "A half Inch of rain fell at'Fair-
bury and at St. Joe an Inch , following tha
Nelson and Colorado line as far west as
Phllllpsburg. The rain was a good ono and at
11 o'clock It Is still raining. This Insures
the early corn without another drop of rain
and putt laio corn In as line a shape as possl-
Government Director Coombs Inspected tha
Union Pacific ubops yesterday under the
cbapsronage of Assistant Secretary Colonel
T. M. Orr.
The Rock Island Is handicapped by wash
outs between Mosco and Downey on the Iowa
division. Inquiry at the local ofllco brougbt
the Information that No. 1 was eight hours
late , and No. C Indefinitely late yesterday ,
Kred Schmidt of the llurllngton city ticket
olllco has been promoted to the position ot
city passenger ag nt at Denver , vice A , Jack-
Bon , resigned. It Is not thought the plactt
thus made vacant In Omaha will bo filled for
The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul will
try the Sunday excursion Idea by running u
special from Madrid anil Intermediate points
to Omaha and Council Blurts. The rate trom
Madrid will bo $2 for the round trip , and
graded at other stations on a like basis ,
GOVERNOR HOLCOMB'3 VISIT
Ho Come * to I.onk Into AfT.iIri at the In-
tltirto for tlio DIMf.
Governor Holcomb and his private secre
tary , Denton Marct , crrlvoj In Omaha last
evening and are stopping at the Paxton.
During the evening the governor was the
recipient of calls from a number of promi
nent business men aud professional men ot
He has como to Omaha for the purpose ot
Informing himself upon the situation at the
Institute for the Deaf. The governor has an
oppolntment to drive out to the Institution
with the superintendent. Prof. Glllesplc , at 8
o'clock this morning , Ho will not only look
Into the work which the Irfinates are doing ,
but will also examine the buildings and make
an estimate of what Is needed In the way ot
repairs. The legislature madu appropriations
for repairs and for ah addition to the buildIng -
Ing , over which work the governor will have
general charge. Ills visit at tills time Is to
enable him to act with personal knowledge
of the matter
Governor Holcomb anil Secretary Maret
will be In Omaha the grt-ater part ot the dty ,
returning to Lincoln on the afternoon train.
Traltlnc ll.irry lluttou.
Several day * go Harry Hutton , a 13-y r-
old boy of Madrid , la. , tired of a monotonous
existence in a civilized village and bled hlin-
mlf ; further west In search of the home ot
thjj noblr > red man. Last nlgbt his father
traced him to thla city , but detectives were
unable to find him , The boy was cen here
two days ago , but since that time baa dis