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8peecb from Their President.
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I par cant. The fact that laneaster real
estate got a boost will likely start a revo
lution, aa the people of this county claimed
to have the only real genuine assessment
of any county In the state. It la not un
likely alao that Lancaster merchandise will
be Increased along with the Omaha mer
chandise when the hearing ia orer next
Valaatloa ef LI a col a.
The total valuation of the property In the
city of Lincoln, aa compiled by City Tax
Commissioner Sheffield, la K,13n,lTJ60, di
vided aa followe :
Real estate ,S37.:9 00
Personal 2,117. 7:tl.oo
Haliroad loJ.PTono
Car companies 632. flu
(From Our Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., July 27.--(Special Tele
gram.) The sixth division i f the Railwsy
Vail Clerks association, ahlch helj ita
nual meeting here todiy retusd to listen
n address by National President KM-
but instead when it came his time
talk carried a motion, after a stormy
session, to proceed with 'hi election of
- officers.
liven though soma of the speakoi-s pleai'e d
with the delegates to .Isten to the presi
dent and not bo discourteous o him, the
convention would not stand lor It. It was
stated the reason for the action of the
convention was that It would 1 :nipoaslW
to conclude the buslnoss .of the day If
the president delivered his Tne
real reason for the 'action of the conven
tion was a rebuke to the president tor the
frt It la alleged he naa takjn tn behalf
of National Secretary Wood and the con
vention feared that the president would
attempt to Interfere in district poll tits.
After the storm bad S'lbjldod, G. H.
Worely of Omaha was cloned president,
defeating W. H. Rlddtll, the prcsunt in
cumbent, by a vote of 43 to ,7. F. K.
Miller received 11 votes for the office. Thete
other officers were chosen with l.ttle
Fred M. Miller, Cheyenne, vice president;
C. R. long. Council Bluffs, secretary;
George Perry, Cedar Rapids, F. Lv Etns-
tnan, Chicago, J. L Piper, Hurllnstcti, V.
K. Walker, Chicago, R. K. -Ii win, Incoln
delegates to the national meeting to be
held In Cincinnati.
The executive committee will name the
place and time for holding in next dis
trict meeting.
The meeting closed tonight with a
moker at the Lindell at which speeches
Were delivered by the following: National
President Kldwell, Chief Clert of
Lincoln, Chief Clerk Shear of Omaha, ex
Presldent' Riddell of DeKalb, 111., and
President Worely. 'At the morning session
Speeches were delivered by President Rid
dell, Councilman Blahop, acting for Mayor
Brown, and Edward Slaer, postmaster at
Declining to listen to their .national
president, A. A. Kldwell of Columbus, O.,
the postal clerks tonight passed resolutions
of censure upon Secretary Wood of the
national body for the submission at the
last meeting at Boston of unexplained ex
pense Items aggregating several thousand
dollars. Following the adoption of the
resolutions, President Kldv.eii was heard.
He said the money had been used In fur
thering the Interests of the association,
but that he could not furnish details of
the expenditures and retain his position as
bead of the order.
Democrats Are Eessomlcsl.
The democratic I state committee will
waste no time, money, passes or mileage
In coming to a meeting to select a time and
place for a state convention. The demo
cratic state committee will hold no meet
ing. Instead Chairman Allen has written
a letter to the members of the commute
asking them to state their preference of a
place and a time for the convention, and
When these answer arrive the chairman
will cast them up and name the place and
time for the convention. This will not only
Save expense, but -will prevent any kind of
'a' Jar between the Bryan and anti-Bryan
factloas of the party, or rather what re
mains of the party. It Is very probable
that the convmtW will be located soma
time between the 15th and 36th of Beptem
tr, aa It will come after the republican
convention, which will be held the 14th of
September. It Is almost the unanimous
i opinion among democrat here that Chief
Justice Holcomb will be tendered the nom
ination for supreme judge If hi health will
permit of him accepting it.
Raise Last Valaattona.
Owing to the absence of Governor Mickey
and Treasurer Mortensen at Omaha, where
they were called to testify In the railroad
tax suit, the Stat Board of Equalisation
held no meeting today, yesterday was
pent by the board tn going, over land val
lies with the result that these counties
were raised: Colfax, 1 per cent; Hitchcock,
I per cent; Holt, 10 per cent; Lancaster,
J er cent; Saline, I per cent; Richardson,
Total $.130,173.O
Compared with other property In Lincoln
the railroads certainly got off easy In their
assessment,' as the following table will
Burlington railroad f 79.H05
Hork Island railroad
Missouri Pacific railroad ,
I'nlon Pacific railroad
Northwestern railroad
Traction company ..$151,20
Oas company 10K,xii
Nebraska Telephone company 41.000
Lincoln Telephone company 96,000
Lincoln Heat and Light company.... 17.190
Miller A Paine t 43,400
Uralnger Bros 37,000
Kaymond Bros. Clarke company.. i,sj
little feeling here that the electrio line
will ever be built. This summer, for which
so much was promised by Interurban
officials, is on the wane with nothing dona
but bne-half mile of grade at the point
of Intersection with the Great Northern,
thrown up very hastily and apparently
with little other purpose than the hope of
gaining some temporary foothold that
might be used to an advantage easily
lierpolshrlmer 030
Beatrice Creamery company M.ffJO
H. P. Lau 23,370
State Journal company 13.115
Fitzgerald Dry Goods company 21,b40
Central Granaries company 21.610
Rudge Guensel 20.360
RuekstafT Bros 1820
Lincoln Drug company 17,800
Harpham Bros . 15.000
Armstrong Clothing company 13,730
B. L. Paine Clothing company 11. W5
Lincoln Land company U.G16
Looking I Aatl-Traat Laws.
The fact that Deputy Attorney-General
Thompson was assisting Attorney Howell
today going over the anti-trust laws en
acted by legislatures during the last twenty
years gave weight to the talk that the at
torney general would soon take a hand In
the grain case now pending between the
elevator men and Tom Worrall. Some time
ago Governor Mickey and Norrls Brown,
attorney generr', discussed the matter and
the governor suggested that the attorney
general keep his eye on the nrocee- 'ngs and
If the evidence taken Indicate! that the
state should take a hand, for him to do so
with the knowledge that he would have the
backing of the executive oStce. Mr. Thomp
son said there was nothing slgn'.rant about
him helping Mr. Howell, that he was merely
seeing tor himself about the laws, aa his
office frequently received requests for opin
ions concerning them.
Water Bonds May Be Iavalld.
R. E. Moore, a large purchaser of village
and town water bonds, has raised the ques
tion of the validity of the statute under
which these bonds have been Issued for a
number of years and the matter Is now up
to the attorney .general for an opinion. In
his statement, filed with the state auditor,
which he wants passed upon, Mr. Moore
says the amendments to the original act
passed In 1879 are not germane to the act.
The original act provided for the construc
tion of water works plants without provid
ing for the Issuance of bonds. -
This new act of 1893 provided that "suoh
cities or village may borrow money, or
Issue bonds for the purpose not exceeding
20 per cent of the assessed value of the tax
able property within said city or village.
according to the last preceding assessment
thereof, for the purchase of steam engines.
or for lire extinguishing appartus, or for
the purchase, erection or construction and
maintenance of such water works, or to pay
for water furnished such city or village un
der contract; and to levy or collect a gen
eral tax tn the same manner as other mu
nicipal taxes may be levied and collected to
ah amount sufficient to pay the Interest
and principal of said bonds heretofore or
hereafter Issued aa the same may mature
on all the property within such city or vll
lags a shown and valued upon the assess
ment rolls of the assessor of the proper'
preclnot or township, in addition to the
sum authorised to be levied under aubdl
vision 1, and all taxes raised under this
clause shall be retained tn a fund known as
the water fund.
Auditor Searle passed the question up to
the attorney general and It will likely be
several days before the opinion is rendered,
for the reason that the legal department
Is loaded up with work at this time.
Baa-la Driver Burets.
A drive-wheel broke on an engine pulling
Rock Island passenger train No. 37, three
miles from Lincoln, about 6:80 tonight. Only
the engine was damaged and no one waa
Injured. Tha train waa endeavoring to
make up fifteen minute' lost time and was
headed Into town at a high rate of speed.
In rounding a curve the wheel broke, then
the ecoentrlo, followed by the breaking oft
of another wheel on the opposite side of the
engine. The middle wheel on each side of
the engine remained Intact. Engineer Mo
Quad threw oni the emergency brake and
the train stopped almost Instantly, shaking
up the passengers (considerably. A new
engine was sent out The accident Is said
to be the most peculiar In railroad history.
Halfbreed Indian Badly feed l la
Saloon Row.
NORFOLK, Neb., July 17. (Special.)
With every bottle In the barroom broken
over his head until It was so cut and
chopped that nearly two dosen stitches
were needed p make him whole again,
and beaten Into an Insensibility from which
he failed to rally for the'greater part of
the night, a young Indian halfbreed
came out of the fight that followed a
quarrel between him and the bartender
In Smith Brothers saloon at Dallas, S. D.,
one of the new Rosebud reservation towns,
and his five big Indian braves, whom he
had brought along for protection with their
huge revolvers, stood motionless through
out the performance, scared by the raui-
sles of a pair of well loaded weapons In the
hands of William Smith, one of the proprietors.
The halfbreed wanted a fight when he
entered. That's why he brought along
the five big Indians. He "picked a quarrel"
and got it. The bartender and Smith were
prepared for the doings. The bartender
attend to the halfbreed while Smith
leveled his guns at the redmen and later
the victim of his own plot was carried
Into the office of Dr. Salter for repairs.
For Skin
and Sea
Because of its delicate, Me
dicinal. Emollient. Sanative,
Antiseptic Properties, de
rived from Cuticura, the
great Skin Cure, united
with the purest of cleansing
incrMients and most re
freshing of flower odors.
No other Skin Soap is so
effective for preserving and
purifying, the Skin, Scalp,
Hair, and Hands. No other
Toilet Soap so pure, so
sweet, so satisfying.
aW sar I' I Sm Wv at tea mm tarn sank'
Fakir Follow Carnival.
COLUMBUS, Neb., July 27. (Speclal.)-
The Lone Star Carnival company opened
up yesterday for a four days' engagement.
They are strung along on both sides of
Thirteenth street and are doing a big
business. The town is overrun with every
concelveable kind of fake. Corn doctors,
blind musicians, etc., being much in evi
dence. Last evening while William Bell
was standing In front of the "Battle of
Port Arthur" he was relieved of his pock
et book containing quite a sum of money.
He turned quick enough to seise a colored
woman, under the folds of whose skirt
It ,s sui the pocket book was found, but It
was empty. County Attorney Latham this
morning filed a complaint before County
Judge Ratterman charging larceny from
the person, and the woman will have an
examination. She protests her Innocence
and has engaged counsel. The carnival
people say she Is not connected with
services were held at the Methodist church
end Interment was In the tol'imhui ceme
tery, where other members of the family
lie at rest. Mr. Weaaoner wa for nisny
years a farmer, living a few miles from
tnis city, mil weni 10 nan auuui mrrw
year ago.
OILTNER Two member of the Women's
Christian Temperance union of this place
went Into the two saloons of the town on
Tuesday and notified the proprietors to re
move the screens by this morning. One
complied with the demand yesterday, the
other waited until the last moment before
ST. PAt'Iy Two terrific storm of wind.
rain, thunder and lightning again struck
St. Paul and vicinity yesterday afternoon
and last night about midnight. The wind
has Mown down many trees, anocaea oown
the growing corn and stacks In fields. The
precipitation during the two storms was
la inches.
NORTH LOUP Mir creek has outdone
Itself thin morning. It has been out of Its
banks two or three times this summer,
which Is unusual, but never in the history
of the country to such an extent as now.
The little trickling stream Is a raiting tor
rent, a mile or more In width. Some dam
age Is done to cellars, barns, etc.
BKATRICB The factory of the Lang
Canning and Preserving company will be
started here this season Augusi s wnn a
full force of hands. The corn paok will be
taken care of first and then the vegetables.
Owing to the prospects for an Immense
yield of corn and vegetables the factory
will be In operation several months.
BROKEN BOW Good farm lands In Cus
ter county are now selling at $l"5 and IMper
acre. The best lands are held at $40 and
i0. A half-section of land seven miles
Gage Convention. Called.
BEATRICE, Neb., July 27. (Special Tele
gram.) The republican county central
committee held a meeting here this after
noon, every township In the county being
represented. September S was the date
fixed for holding the county convention
and September 2 the primaries. The vote
for Roosevelt was decided as the basis
of representation of the convention. A.
8. Spencer of Barneston was elected to
fill the vacancy on the committee caused
by the death of A- L. Cook. A resolution
was adopted to instruct the secretary to
Include the office of register of deeds in
the list of nominations to be published In
the call of the convention.
Iyndden Talk to Pioneer.
SIOUX CITY, la., July 27. (Special.)
Rer. Dr. Luther P. Ludden of Lincoln.
Neb., has been secured to deliver the an'
nual address at the twenty-fourth annual
reunion of the Pioneers' and Old Settlers'
association of Dakota county, Nebraska, at
Clinton park. Dakota City, Neb., August
31. This reunion will celebrate the fiftieth
anniversary of the' settling of Dakota
county by white people. Rev, Dr. Ludden
Is field secretary of the western district of
the Board of Home Missions of the Evan
gelical Lutheran church of the United
Hew Church Nearly Done.
ASHLAND, Neb., July 27. (Special.)
The handsome stone and brick Congrega
tional church now being erected here at
a cost of 311.000 is nearlng completion. The
main portion la completed and the roof
Is now going up. The church will contain
a large auditorium, lecture and Sunday
school rooms and parlors tn the basement
Beautiful stained glass windows will be
placed. When completed the church will
be one of the finest edifices of the kind
In Nebraska.
Heavy Rain at Schnyler.
SCHUYLER, Neb.. July 27. (Special Tel
egram.) A heavy rainstorm, accompanied
by a heavy wind and some lightning,
passed over here tonight. About one Inch
of water fell In thirty minutes. With the
exception of about three-tenths of an lnoh
of rain that fell yesterday, this Is the first
rain since the Fourth. Corn will now be
In good condition, but a little late yet. The
farmers are all feeling pretty good about
crop prospects.
Farmer Banker Allegre Prejadte In
Johnson County.
TECUMSEH. Neb., July 27. (Special Tel
egram.) Judge Paul Jessen granted the
motion for a change of venue In the sev
eral case of embesslement against Charles
M. Chamberlain, cashier of the failed Cham
berlain banking house of this city, today.
Th district court was convened In ad
journed session this forenoon, at which
time E. M. Trach. for Chamberlain, read
th motion, as well a an affidavit signed
by some twenty or more citizens, express
ing the belief that Chamberlain could not
get a fair trial In this county owing to
prejudice against him. It waa also alleged
that prejudice prevailed In Nemaha county.
County Attorney C. Moore had some fifty
affidavits from this county and fifteen from
Nemaha expressing the belief that he could
be given an Impartial trial tn either county,
respectively. The county attorney also cited
some authorities on changes of venue.
Chamberlain's attorney read some local
newspaper articles in an endeavor to show
that they were biased against the accused.
Judge Jeasen decided to grant the change
of venue, but could not see any reason
why the cases should not go to Nemaha
county, and decided to send them there.
Th Judge was of the opinion that a great
deal of prejudice prevailed against the ex
banker In this locality.
Great Northern Reshea Work.
A8HLAND. Neb., July 27. (Special.)
Th contractor for building th first ten
miles of Great Northern tracks out of
Ashland, Onawa 4c Loveland, have today
arrange) tor building a second large board
ing Uous for workmen northeast of th
city. It la understood that arrangement
have been made with Great Northern
officials for pushing the completion of the
grade at the utmost speed and that an
additional fore of men will b put to
work. Th grade from th Burlington
yarda to th Interurban grade along Salt
creek Is nearly completed and th grade
up th Platte valley will be pushed rap-
Idly from now on. Lttti credence Is given
her to the Interview In a Lincoln paper
with E. C. Hurd of the Interurban that th
Great Northern had consented to put In
an overhead crossing above the Interurban
grade, altering Its plans so as to raise th
Great Northern grade several feet In order
to do so. It la believed th Great Northern
will grade .directly across the Interurban'
short bank of dirt and fight th matter
out after th Interurban complete It
line from Lincoln to Omaha. Thar la
Beatrice Get New Depot.
BEATRICE, Neb., July 27. (Special Tele
gram.) R. L Lewla, division freight and
passenger agent for the Burlington here,
received word today from Omaha to the
effect that work on the new passenger
depot at this place will be started next
month. This announcement will be hnilwt
with delight by Beatrice cltliens.
Argument Brgini with Attorney for th
Plaintiff Opening.
ronnellmen, City Clerk and Other
Give Their Story of the Matter
and the Lawyer Take
Hold to Finish.
Councllmen Back and Nicholson were on
th witness stand in Judge Sears' court
Thursday morning to testify that they had
voted for the ordinance carrying the street
force payrolls for April and May, 19J- It
cam up in the regular course of business,
they said, and was put through Just as
all such ordinance are. Their votes wer
given In good faith and without any regard
to political or other considerations outside
of the discharge of their official duties.
The councllmen were followed by II. C.
Taylor, foreman of the street force. He
said the men on the roll had been regu
larly hired, did the work for which they
were employed and did not know of any
from Broken Bow sold recently for 127.50 per I number, small or srreat. being hired merely
acre cash. Only last week 136 per acre was for nolltlca.1 Dumoses.
offered for a half-section of land near
Broken Bow and the offer was refused.
HARVARD About 7 o'clock a heavy rain
came up from the nortn ana Ketween then
nd 7 this morning l.ra inch or water fell.
with favorable Indications for a continua
tion. This again stops stacking and thresh
ing, but will be of Immense value to corn
and other farm work, as the com was re
quiring rain and the ground becoming too
dry to plow.
COLUMBUS Owing to a three-Inch rain
In Nance and Greeley counties night before
last the Loup river rose out of Its banks
here yesterday. Some of the temporary
work on this end of the wagon bridge was
carried away and for a few hours teams
were unable to cross. The damage was re
paired by evening and the bridge was
opened again.
YORK On Sunday evening Ellsha jack-
son preached a farewell sermon at the Bap
tist church. Mr. Jackson is a son or James
Jackson, a farmer living northwest of Mr
Cool, and was raised In the community. He
flnUhed high school at York and from
there went to college and on Monday he
left for Germany, wnere he will attend the
University of Lielpslc to finish his educa
BEATRICE1 At the home of the bride's
parents, Hon. and Mrs. Elijah Fluey, who
reside near Reynolds, Tuesday morning oc
curred the marriage of Mrs. Daisy King,
until recently k resident of this city, to M.
A. Scoular of Des Moines, la. Tne cere
mony was performed by Rev. F. O. Wins
low of Hubbell, after which the guests sat
down to. a wedding breakfast. Mr. and
Mrs. Bcoular will be at nome to tneir
friends at Des Moines after September 1.
BEATRICE A sneakthlef hid In Klein's
store Tuesday evening when It was closed
for the night, making his escape later
through a window on tne first floor, where
ha was oDllaed to lumo aDout ten ieet oe
fore reaching the ground. A woman's para
sol, which had been dropped cy tne tnier.
won found on the srround near tne building.
Nothing 'else was found missing in the
store except a man's coat, belonging to a
suit In the clothing department. There Is
no clue.
TECUMSEH The Tecumseh lodge of
Knlahts of Pythias has received a brief
City Engineer Rosewater was recalled
and told of the method of filing and ap
proving claims. The payrolls In question
were regular and proper on their face
and were approved after examination, as
the payrolls of other months and years
have been.
When City Clerk Elbourn had Identified
certain official proceedings after the noon
adjournment the evidence was announced
all In.
Bnrbanlc Begin Argument.
Attorney Burbank, for plaintiff, opened
the argument and was still talking when
the court adjourned at 6 o'clock. He said
the suit Is based on three separate proposi
tions: First, that the men on the payrolls
for April and May were never In the em
ploy of the city; second, there were no
funds available from which the men could
be paid and as a matter of fact they were
paid out money raised by the 1904 tax levy;
third, that at the time they were paid for
their work there was no ordinance In force
signed by the mayor authorising their payment.
Arguing from these premises Mr. Bur-
bank proceeded to say that the Board of
Public Works had never properly approved
the list of names of street workers and' had
not sent the same to the council and the
mayor for approval. He contended that
the city engineer, as chairman of the Board
of Public Works, had made the appoint
ments himself without consultation with
any one else and without regard to the let
ter of the law The attorney quoted nu
merous authorities and decisions In sup
port of his three contentions and read some
of them at length.
Attorney Connell, for the city officials,
will present his argument this morning.
Are You Completely Run Down? Are You
Listless, With no Appetite, no Ambition?
Do You Feel that You Can Hardly Draff
Yourself Around? Is Your Complexion
Sallow? Aro You Fag-fjed Out When You
Wake Up In the Morning:?
Summer davs are filled with disease for most people.
(Vrms of various disorders are In the air you breathe,
the water you drink, the food you eat. All doctor
agree that
Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey
Is the greatest summer medicine for the weak, waste?
and run-down in body, nerve and muacle.
absolutely free from fusel oil. It atrengthenS th
heart, enriches the blood, tones up and Invigorates th
whole muscular and nervous system. If you would
keep healthv, strong and active, take a little Duffy
Iure Malt Whiskey before your meals, and put a tea
spoonful In every goblet of wnter you drink. . Pre
scribed by more than 10,000 physicians, and used ex
clusively In over 2,000 hospitals. lU-cognlted by the
3nv,"tin'"it as a medicine. Sold by all druggists and
dealers at 11.00 per bottle. Look for the "Old Chemist'' trndr-nmrk. Medical booklet
free upon Duffy Malt Whiskey C unpany, Rochester. N. .
I DT03S.for LIQEEnj
under advisement. A decision Is not ex
pected for some time.-
telegram from C. K. Phillips, a member of after which Judge Sears will take the pase
tne order, sent irom Ban nernaraino,
stating that he has suffered a severe acci
dent. Mr. PhilllDS moved his family from
this city to 8an Bernardino last tail, naving
secured work In the shops of the Santa Fe
railroad. It Is understood that he waa
working with the wrecking crew at the
time of the accident, though no particulars
of any sort have been received.
PI.ATTSMOUTH-The attorneys Inter-
tt in the case of the bondholders of the
Plattsmouth Gas and Electric Light com
pany against the City of Plattsmouth were
notified today that Judge Pollock of the
court of appeals for the Eighth district hod
Results' of the Second Day of Army
Competition Down at
Fort Riley.
The divisional cavalry target competition
decided the case In favor of the city, re- I for the Northern Military division is now
manding the cause to in " Vi f on at Fort RlIey- All of the crack marks
with directions to dismiss the application of I . ,
Body Lodges Against Bridge.
ASHLAND, Neb., July 27. (Sneclal.i
The body of Harry Mature, who was
drowned In Platte river las. Sunday morn
ing, nas been found on one of the nleis
of th Rock Island bridge In South Bend.
The coroner of Caas county has been
notified and will take oha.-ne of the body.
Boy Dies o Woand.
FREMONT, Neb.. July 27.-(SpeclaI Tele
gram.) Albert Peterson, the boy shot July
16 on the bank of the Platte, died this
morning. An autopsy this afternoon showed
that the bullet, after fracturing one of the
vertebra, entered the pleural cavity. Cor
oner Overgard will hold an Inquest.
v. - nininip. fn, o HArtelencv ludffment.
The litigation Is of long standing, growing
out of a lease to the local electric light
plant, which the city at one time held.
Ti-pirMflirH-Vni TAfllic'wIfe of County
Commissioner L. H. Laflln died at her home
In Vesta precinct today, in May sue suf
fered a paralytic strike, but had apparently
Improved up to Saturday, When she became
suddenly worse. She was a native of An
derson county, Kentucky, and was aged
68 years. The husband and eight children.
all of whom live in this county, survive ner.
Mrs. Lafltn was a pioneer settler, having
come to this county In 1865. The funeral
will be held at the family home tomorrow
afternoon, conducted by Rev. T. D. Davis
of Tecumseh, and Interment will be made
In Vesta cemetery.
NORFOLK A letter received here today.
inclosing a newspaper clipping, shows that
Rev. Franklin Baker, formerly of Norfolk
and Beemer, now of Eureka, Cal., Is still
creating a sensation by doing odd things on
t H noniar. He has 1ust tramned from
F.ureka to the Portland fair, a distance of
4& miles. Rev. Baker is a Congregational
pastor, 30 years of age. While here he fea
tured in a local presentation of "The Chris
tian." slaving the role of John Storm. He
won a nrlze at tennis and was the victim
of a fistic attack on the street. At Eureka
he used foot balls, pool balls, etc.. In the
pulDlt. illustrating his sermons.
AN8LEY One of the most remarkable
runaways that ever occurred In thla part of
the county occurrea tnis morning, wnen a
team and carriage, driven by E. A. Pester,
got away In the east part of Main street
and ran full speed down Main street, then
takina- the Burlington tracks at the north
end of the switch, keeping the railroad
tracks over cattle guards, over three high
railroad bridges, one of which waa 100 feet
Ion, to the main road east of Rob Flem
ing's farm, a distance of five miles up the
railroad: then west and again north to a
noint seven miles northwest of Ansley,
mher tha team was caught by men on
horseback. The only damage was a broken
line. People who watched the scene can
not believe that such a thing oould possibly
I "
OkoboJI Lake and Retnra
Summer tourist rate, $9.96. Week-end
rate, J6.20. On sale Friday and Saturday,
good returning the following Monday.
Particulars at 1408 Farnam street.
S. North, District Passenger Agent.
men of the army are engaged In the com
petition, which Is a preliminary practice,
to bo followed by the general army com
petition, to take place at Fort Sheridan,
111., August. 8. Following Is the second
day's score: , . . . '
Name. Rank and Rest A tr ritr
Wm. H. Hay, d. m.. cant.. 10th cav.377 7A
Wm. Mitchell, capt., Big. corps 3S 7
8. A. Cheney, capt., eng. corps 3S7 5
B. Palmer, 1st It., 10th cav 3ti9 10
C. Cole, d. m., 1st It., 9th cav 371 8A
A. Williams, 1st It., eng. corps 372 9
W. D. Smith, 2d it., 11th cav 3X1 6
J. A. Pearson, 2d It.. 11th cav 3X8 4
A. W. 8mith. 2d It.. th cav 3i0 16
G. C. Brant, 2d It.. 9th cav 3S9 2
B. A. Anderson, d. m.. Dost a. m. a..3.sfi fiA
T. Spencer, d. m., q. m. s. 11. 9th cav.3i 1A
K. Jonnson, d. m., sgt., K, 10th cav. .377 7A
M. Kelley, corp., C, eng. corps 374 8
8. Petty. 1st sgt.. B. 9th cav 40 1
J. Baker, sgt., H, 10th cav 3X9 3
K. Glover, sgt., I, 10th cav M8 12
R. C. Engle, corp., F. 11th cav 3i2 15
M. Rohrer, d. m., corp., D, e. corps. 3til ISA
H. H. Pattlson. capt.. 3d cav 877 7
J. N. Munro, capt., 3d cav 368 11
B. E. Barker, d. m., q, m, s.,L, 3 cav. 368 16A
G. R. Spauldlng, corp., A, 3d cav 364 14
Note D. M. indicates "distinguished
The score above given indicates
cores made by the sixteen highest.
All but the five last named marksmen are
of the Department of the Missouri. Tho
last five are from the Department of the
The Ninth and Tenth cavalry regiments
are colored regiments. All of the rest of
the regiments named are white regiments,
Everything has to have a beginning, and one of the most prolific sources of
the diseases and weaknesses so prevalent among men is the result or anuses
in early life or neglected or Improperly treated peivio. oiseases, -ucu
orrhoea, etc. While Gonorrhoea Is considered one of the simplest fonin
diseases, vet through neglect It develops Into Stricture and Gleet. Insldl
progressing and tenaciously fastening Itself upon the system until It tin
-.. i . . ur. ....I..... n- i,MnPnlu,riv i r,n t pH nelvlo diseases, such as Gon
orrhoea, etc. While Gonorrhoea Is considered one of the simplest contagious
it has in
vaded the kidney, bladder and prostatic region, rendering It so complicated aa
n k inr.urui.iA in ime cases Perlian the first symptom was a little OIB-
charge, which. If properly treated, could have been cured In a few days. Rheu
matism is another result of improper treatment of this condition, producing not
onlv excruciating pain, but It frequently warps and twists one or more of the
Joints in the body, producing horrible deformities, frequently depriving the In
dividual of the ahllitv to earn a living for himself, leaving lilm a helpless and
tortured cripple for life. Another deplorable result of this disease when Im
properly treated Is swollen glands, that are not only painful, but will finally
destroy a man sexually, and In many cases physically. When this disease
through neglect or improper treatment bv Irs extension has caused a. ryslltlc
Invasion of the bladder, thence by its extension up the ureters to the kidney, it
there produces results that are Indeed lamentable. Some men through Ignor
ance of the consequences which are sure to follow neglect or Improper treat
ment, consider this a trifling nllment and rely upon patent medicines, druggists
and unskilled doctors In an effort to secure relief for tho cost of a bottle of
medicine, and by this procedure allow the disease to irmke such serious Inroads
upon the sexual and nervous systems that It Incapacitates them for the physi
cal, mental end sexual duties of life, and the patient pays dearly for his
economy or the selection of Incompetent attendance.
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexuat Debility,
lmpotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis,) Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases,
and all diseases and weaknesses of men due to Inheritance, evil habits, ex
cesses, Mlf-ahuse or the result of specific or private diseases.
If you cannot call write for symptom blank.
Office Hours a. m. to I p. m. Sundays, 10 to 1 only.
1308 Farnam 8L, BatwawA 13th and 14th Striata, Omaha, Nab.
Attack sxoppd permanently. Health completely restored. No return
of symptoms after treatment cease. Nelthe colds, dust, Oder,
dampness, nerv strain, weather change nor anything alee can bring
back th disease. You will have a good appetite, sleep well all night,
can undergo exposure or do anything anywhere without fear of th
Id enemy. Throw away powders, spray, "specific," etc. and b
cured In the right way to stay cured. 21 year ef suooese treating
Asthma and Hay Fever exclusively. Seven phystclana Thirty aa
Istanta (8,000 patients. References In all countries. Pull descrtp-
Book IS
Mailed FrM
report blank, examination by mati, and our opinion
as to your curability all gladly given without charge.
Writ at once. p HAROLD HAYES, kraOclo, H. Y.
Behayler Get North Platte Maa.
SCHUYLER, Neb., July 27.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) A special meeting of the Board of
education was held tonight to elect a suc
cessor to Prof. Sherman. The' board finally
elected J. C. Orr of North Platte. There
were about twenty applicants for the po
New of Nebraska.
YORK On or about August 1 the new
Farmers' National bank of York will com
mence business In York. 1 com
BEATR1CE-W. N. Spellman. one of the
leading grain buyers of Beatrice, todav
sold his grain business and elevator to
Norcrosa Bros., old residents of this city
BEATRICE Yesterday afternoon at 1
o'clock occurred the marriage of Harry P
Aydelott of this city and Miss Irene Har
dliner of SlUckley, Neb., Judge Bourne
ALBION A light rain fell last night and
this morning, with prospects of more dur
ing the day. Crons of all kind n
greasing rapidly and prospects are all that
could be asked.
YORK In the death of George W. Hainer
York loses a respected culxen and the
Grund Army of the Republic of this city a
loyal member of the local post. The de
ceased located In Hamilton county near
Hampton In 1871, where he lived up to Ave
ears ago, when he moved to York.
OAKLAND Dr. N. P. Hansen of this city
was married to Miss Ruby Ijitia at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Latta, at Tekamah, Neb., Wednes
day afternoon at I o'clock. Rev. Charles P.
Lang, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal
church of this city, performed the cere
mony. COLUMBUS The remains of Steven Wag
goner, who died at Suit Lake City Satur
day, arrived hr UiU morning. Funarai
Chamberlain's Colle, Cholera aad
Diarrhoea Remedy The Best
fa Exlateace.
T. M. Wood, manager of the White
County News, Bee be, Ark., is a representa
tive southern business man, who does not
hesitate In expressing his good opinion of a
well krown remedy. He says: "It gives
me pleasure to recommend Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, hav
ing used it myself and In my family with
the best results. In fact I believe It to be
the best remedy of the kind In existence."
Fair Today aad Tomorrow la
braaka, Soath Dakota aad
WASHINGTON, July r7.-Forecast of the
weather for Friday and Saturday:
For Nebraska, South Dakota and Kan
sasFair Friday and Saturday,
For Iowa and Missouri Showers and
thunder storms Friday; Saturday fair In
west, showers Jn east portion.
For Wyoming and Colorado Showers and
thunder storms Friday and Saturday.
warmer In east portion Friday.
Local Herord.
OMAHA. July 27. Official record of tem.
peralure and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
year: iw. i-jot. 1903. 19U2
Maximum, temperature.... el 84 92 79
Minimum temperature .... 64 64 74 63
Mean temperature 72 74 83 71
Precipitation T .00 .00 T
Temperature and precipitation departures
rrom wie normal ai umana since March 1,
miu compai ibuii wini me iabi i wo years
Normal temperature 7j
Deficiency for the day 4
Total excess since March 1 17J
jsormai precipitation 14 inch
Deficiency for the day u Inch
Precipitation since March 1 11 69 Inches
Denciency since luarcn 1 7.19 Inches
Dertclency for cor. period 19f4.... S. 44 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period 1903.... 8 41 Inches
Reports from Btatloa at T P. M
Station and Stat Tem. Max. Rain-
or weatner. 1 p.m. Tem.
Bismarck, clear 72 74
Cheyenne, cloudy 64 7
Chicago, raining 70 76
Davenport, raining 70 70
Ienvrr, raining 64 80
Havre, clear 74
Helena, cloudy 70
Huron, partly Clnuay 76
Suit Against City.
Fmma M. Tomnklns has brought suit In
the district court against the city of Omaha
for J2.5iO. She alleges that on Maron lau:
she was seriously Injured by reason of a
fall caused by a defective sidewalk on
South Twenty-seventh, pet ween farnam
and Douglas.
If disfigured by pimples, ulcers, sores, I
Burklen's Arnica Salve will heal you up
without a scar. 25c; guaranteed. For sale
by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Harry B. Davis, undertaker. Tel. 1218.
Use the Best
For any use where good ceal is
South and Southeast, one fare plus $2.00.
Hot Springs, Ark., daily . .$23.00
Bt Louis, Mo., daily 18.50
Chautauqua, N. Y., July 28th ....34.00
Detroit, Mich., Aug 13th and 14th 21.50
Tittsburg, Pa., Aug. 17th and 18th .25.25
Richmond, Va., Sept. 8th to 11th inclusive . .. , 33.75
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept 14th to 16th inclusive 32.75
Long limits, stop overs and other features offered in con
nection with the above rates.
'All agents can sell you through tickets and route you
All tickets reading over the Wabash from Chicago east
are optional with. passenger via lake or rail, either or both
Call at Wabash City office, 1601 Farnam street, or write
and let me give you ail information, maps, descriptive mat
ter, folders, etc
GL A. P. D. VVabaah Ry., Omaha, Nab.
Hh nm a City, clear 16
' m
North Platte, cloudy
Omaha, cloudy TH
Hapld City, partly cloudy. ...74
Pt. l.ouls, raining 74
Bt. Paul, cloudy tM
Bait Ijike City, part cloudy. .M
Valentine, partly cloudy 7
WtlllBton. cloudy 7J
1 Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. a. WILL 81 1, Local Forecaster.
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NUT $6.00 LUMP $6.25
All Grades of Hard and Soft Coal.
I. A. Johnson. Pres. O. P. Brucker, Traaa
J. K. Myers, Uec y.
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