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12 THT3 OMAHA DAILY BEE , SATFKDAY AUGUST 1 , ISOl-TWELVE PAGES.
SUMMER SUBURBAN SOCIETY ,
Doings of tbo Fashionables During the Dog
MOVEMENTS OF WELL KNOWN PEOPLE ,
AVIi.it Oninlm NYlgliliors Kind to Ku-
Icvtnln Thoin U'licn ' 1 lines
\rc Dull nml lill'c at
Mlvi Dora McCoy returned homo Tuesday.
Miss Stovcnsou loft lor the south Wednes
day1.Mlis Minnie Lovl of Omaha Is visiting In
Mrs. Clmrlcs Kdmonds went to Omaha
Mrs. James Duller left Thursday for Chicago
cage on a visit.
Mrs , Jntnes Jorrott wont to I'lattaburtf ,
Mo. , Wednesday.
Mrs , Uramblott returned to her homo In
Mrs. William Hramhlctt of Unadllla , was
In the city Monday.
Mrs. Terry , nee Nicliles , started on a
visit to Ohio Monday.
Charley Illcltlin and wife of St. Joseph
spaiit Sunday in the city.
Mrs , Jarncs Mcllvllln of Syracuse la vlsit-
ItiK her brother , Chris Donation.
Misses Olga llltchof and Alpha /.Immerer
loft Tuesday for York to visit with friends.
Mb * May Kuhltnan of Kansas City is In the
city , the guest of her brothers , Uolph anil
Mrs. Francis Gallagher nnd Miss Chapman
nru home from a visit with friends at
Miss IMItti Abbott returned Monday to her
home in Grand Island , alter u pleasant visit
In this city.
Miss Luna Fnunco , who lias been visiting
friends In Tccumseh for the past two weeks ,
has returned homo.
Miss Mlnimh Hawico started Monday oven-
Inir for C'hlcuL'o. Khe was joined at Omaha
by Mr. and Mrs. Will Koctor.
Mrs Heel Ml Thursday for a trip to her
old homo In Pennsylvania , In response to a
telegram staling lliat her father was danger
Mrs. William G. McMillan , who lias been
vlsltinp Captain Morrison nnd other relatives
in Iho city , returned to her homo at Albla ,
la. , Monday.
Miss Martha Brandt , the bright young
daughter ol Editor Brandt of the ytaats Zoi-
tnng , pivo a narty for her young friends
A party was given Siiturdav nlpht at the
Thorp hotel in honor of thoMissesSilvrrburg
of Chicago , who iiro cousins of Miss Jcnnio
Blum. Those who participated in the party
wore the Misses Sllvorounr , Henrietta Froh-
llch , Dnra Smith , Jcnnio Blum , Lizzie .Jeff
ries , Ilattio Chapman , Cad Vincen , nnd
Messrs , Honrv Blum of Omaha , John Clink-
onticard , Ilo 1'hifer , Robert Levi , Joe Blum ,
Knbert Daily , Charley Sehininko and Joy
Mrs II. M. Ilolfo and Mrs. Emmens Rolfo
gnvo a 5 o'clock tea at the tcsldctico of U. M ,
Uolfo Thursday afternoon , Those present
were : Mrs. James Sweet of Kansas City ,
Miss Hoishcyof Buffalo. N. Y. ; Mrs.Charles
Cunningham' St. Louis , Mrs. Van Wyck ,
Mrs. Woolsoy. Mrs. Warren , Mrs. Sloan ,
Mrs. Fulton , Mrs. Pavno , Mrs. Huishcy ,
Mrs. Howard , Mrs. Catron , Mrs. Lambert ,
Mrs. Evans , Mrs. Woodhousc , Mrs. Calhovn ,
Mrs. Eastman , Mrs. Henderson. Mrs. Carlos
Sweet , Mrs. Harding , Mrs. D. K. Holfe , Miss
Payne nnd Miss McMochan.
Miss Dora Davis entertained a la'co party
of young friends at the home of tier parents
Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Linu
Elmoro of Kansas City and Miss Edith Ab
bott of Grand Inland , Among those ptosenl
were : Misses Lina Elmore. Edith Abbott ,
Grand Island ; Hnttlo WooNoy , Ida Woolsey ,
Lulu Uixon , Mary Hello , Mattto Hnyward ,
Eva Stafford , Lily Willielmy.Fannio Houser ,
Mamlo Wilson , Olga Blsrhof , Adeline Shel
don , Emma Schneider , Willie Wcitner , Ger
trude Wan en , Koba Duff , Dora FultonClara
Allen ; Masters Leon Wilholmy , Ed Lorton ,
Will Hayward , Harry Sprinpato. Ualph
Ea.stmnn. Jay Eastman , Harry Mollrlng ,
Uobort Hawko , Charles Kldd , Will Payne ,
Wlllard Harding , George Burgot , Lester
Plainer , Joy Campbell and Fritz Nicholas.
Mrs. George Tennle Is in Kansas.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell , a son , on
Mr. Guorjo ; Hanoy was up from Grafton
MUs Ncttlo Gro.ir has been In Sutton for a
Logan Stephens arrived homo Tuesday
Krvtu Anderson of Kearney has boon here
for a few days.
A brother of Mrs. August Klyensmlth has
been hero visiting.
Hov. and n\it \ > . Coehran visited their now
homo th Is week.
MUs Ballo Wlttonborg Is visiting a college
chum In Denver.
Prof. Stephens has returned from the in-
tltuto at Fulrlkld.
MUi Hattla Ioil ! has returned from tbo in
stitute at Geneva.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Merrill loft Tuesday af
ternoon for Minden.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tookor have gene to
tboir homo In Omaha.
Mr. Tookor and family have moved on to
tholr farm for a short time.
Mrs. Winter of Fricndvlllo Is in Sutton.
She is visiting with her paronts.
MUs Clara Wtcklzor is the guest of tMlss
Mamto Bomls and Maggie Roberts.
Miss Pearl Stewart bos gene out to the
Blue to visit at the homo of her grandparents.
Prof , Crosswalt of Lincoln gnvo an Inter
esting reading at the M , E. church Wednes
Mrs. Cook of Cheyenne county Is visiting
her brother , Mr. Uayos , at this placo. Stu > Is
on her way to Ohio.
Miss Matnlo Bomls , Viola Meyer , Rhoda
Waddlo. Vida Scott , Mollto and Luoy Braun ,
nnd Tom Stewart * returned this week from
the institute. '
Mrs.Charles Hlginbothatn nnd llttla daugh
ters Clara and Ethel , aru hero from Hastings
Visiting with tholr relatives. Mr. Hlglnboth-
am spent last Sabbath hero ,
Mr . Her chol wo a coffee party last wool :
ton number of hur lady friends. Ainonir
Ihosu Invited were : Mrs. Fredericks , Mrs.
F. Conn , Miss Goodrich , Mrs , Bachman ,
Mrs. Max , ' Mrs. W. Grieco , Mrs. Walthor ,
Mrs. H occur , Mrs , Stephens and Mrs.
The party given to Mrs. Russell Merrill
last Frlilav was a very pleasant ono nnd In
dicated that Mrs. Merrill is held In high re
gard by hoi frlonds. These Invited were ;
Mrs. I. N , Clark , Mrs. Gcorgo Merrill , Mrs.
Dlnsmoro , Mrs. Tolandu , Mrs. Schwab , Mrs.
HouiU. Mrs. Ur. Vradenbcrg , Mrs. Wolcott ,
Mrs. Goodrich , Mrs. Mathison , Mrs. Sodon-
burg , Miss Bernanl , Mrs. J , Bonccampor ,
Mrs. Hlricnur. Mrs , Buck. Mrs. E.V. . Woodruff - -
ruff , Mrs. J.H. Wood tuff. Mrs. J. C. Merrill ,
Mrs. Bachman , Mrs. Dr. Johnson , Mrs.
Agglo Stewart. Mrs. Anthus , Mrs. Honchol ,
Mrs. Frank Conn , MUs Goodrich , Mrs. A.
Hlplnbotham , Mrs. Charles Hlk'liiboUmtii ,
Mrs. Frank Sclialllo. Mrs. William Bono-
camper , Mrs. William Grieco , Mrs. Frcdoricu.
Mi-s. R. G , Brown , MM. T. Weed. Mrs. J.
Grlco , Mrs. Rev. Scott , Mrs. P. M. Drown ,
Mrs. J. M. Grav , Mrs , F. J. tloerger , Mrs.
Wnlther , MM , Dr. Clarit , Mrs. Max , Mrs , F.
L. ICellar , Mrs.V J , Kollar , Mrs. Rosa ,
Mrs. Mltejiell. Mrs. C. Braun. Mrs. A. E.
Meyer , Mis , Torroy nnd Mrs. Melvln.
Miss Mary Vivian has returned homo from
Lincoln for u visit ,
Miss Katlo Navll'o ' has been visiting with
flic nils In Lincoln.
A. W. Atwood nnd daughter of Fremont
visited In this city Tuesday evening.
Miss Maud Bodliie of Orleans Is visiting
her coiibln , Miss Dora Horrold of this city.
MUs Agatha Tuoicor departed Wednesday
morning for a few day's visit with friends In
Miss Bertha Nathan of Fairmont , returned
homo this morning after a mouth's visit with
relatives In this city.
Jtln. U L. Thompson ana Mr , McDuriaod
of Omaha have been visiting with MM. E.
I ) , Cummins In this city.
MM. IS. S. D.iwson nnd Mrs. Oeorgo E.
Dovoy and dauehtor Ethel attended the
"Kojankn" tnatinco In OmauA on Wednes
AJIss Mlnnlo Housoworth , who has been
the guest of relatives In the city for n week
past , returned homo to Lincoln Wednesday
The MUscs Annlo nnd FlOrence Wclr , who
have been the guests of Mis. P. C. Minor In
this city , returned to their homo In Omaha
Tuesday morning ,
William Balance has returned from
Michigan City , whlttior ho had been called
by the sudden Illness of his son Franco , who
had just started on a short vacation. Ho re
ports Franco to bo convalescing rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Klepsor of Nebraska
City , accompanied by Miss Barbara Kcan of
Indianapolis , who have been visiting the fam
ilies of O.F. Johnson and J. C. Simpson
during tbo week , returned to Nebraska City
The birthday of Mrs. Falk , the wlfo of the
minister of the Swedish Congregational
church , was the occasion of n surprise party
Monday evening tendered her by the mem
bers of the church , The lady was made the
recipient of some very valuable presents , nnd
a good time was onjojed by all present.
The second meeting of Star of Nebraska
lodge , No. I , Degree of Honor. Of the Ancient
Order of United Workmen , occurred at the
hnll Monday evening , nnd was largely at
tended by the members of both sexes. The
following persons weredulv Initiated : Messrs.
nnd Mc3dmi.es E. S. Greusel , C. W. Sher
man. Archie Adam' , E. S Bnrstow , Mr. M.
V , Trnvor , Mcsdamcs Nellie Parmetcr ,
Elizabeth Blbby nnd Misses Lottlo Smith
and Ell/abeth Blbby. After routine busi
ness had been completed a social was In
dulged In which was of a most enjoying
character. Refreshments , Including Ice
cream and cake in abundrnco were served.
The mcmbcrMilp of the lodire Includes the
members nnd wives and daughters , of the
three lodges of th.it order In the city and
number about ono hundred uo to date.
Hon. Henry Grosshnns of Sutton , was In
the city Monday.
Hey I ) . Fuller and Miss Mabel Bradley
were married Saturday.
John T. Casscl , of the Kearney Hub , was In
the city during the week.
Henry G. Golden of Brooklvn , N. Y. , was
a Beatrice visitor over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G Kline of Now York.
arc visiting friends in the city.
Fred A. Clausscn and Miss Edith Martin
were united in marilago Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Underbill of Chicago ,
wore visiting friends hereabouts over Sun
day.Mr. . nnd Mrs. T. B. Stobblns of South
Englewood , 111. , are visiting friends In tLo
Mr. Evan Baldwin and daughter of Law
rence , Kan. , were visiting In the city Friday
John Wood of Seaborne , Wash. , was visit
ing old acquaintances in this city during the
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Holtnan of Kansas
City , Mo. , visited friends in the city over the
Ed. P. Maxwell hasuonoto Kearney where
ho Intends remaining lor the remainder of
T. T. flattcrly of Galesburg , 111. , was visit
ing bis oid friend , H. M. Chase , this city dur
ing the week.
The Misses Alice Kimball and Eva Hussey
of DOS Molnes , la. , were visiting friends In
the city last week.
Miss Ida Hea.l of Chicago , is visittnsr for
the summer with her fiiuiJ , Miss Carrie
Stewart of tills city.
J. A. Minlck of New Orleans , Ln. , wns In
the city for a few davs during the curient
week visiting old friends.
Captain G. M. Holmes , wife and daughter
and Mrs. Humphreys of Ellis , were vistlng
friends in the city last week.
Franlc Crowell has returned from n seven
weeks visit to Hot Sniings , Aik. , much. Im
proved in heitlth and spirits.
Mrs. S. B. Dodge nnd daughter , Miss Lillie -
lie , departed last week for : i viiit of several
months with friends and relatives at. Rach
el le , 111.
Senator A. S. Paddock returned homo
from Washington. Friday last. He will prob
ably remain at homo during the b.-.lunco of
D. W. Cook of the Beatrice National bank ,
is homo ncaln after n visit of several weeks
in Now York and other eastern and north
Uncle Jake Calllson teen a flying visit to
his old stamping groundat Mnrysvillo , Kan. ,
last week , and reports having just moro than
Jacob Friedman , nu old time merchant of
Beatrice , but now a temporary resident of
Dos Molnos , la. , wns renewing old acquaint
ances In the city last week.
Jim Muncqy. the Beatrice manager of the
Wells Fargo express company , has gene to
Lincoln for a few weeks to take charge of
that once ! during the vacation trip of the
B. H. Bocole started Thursday last on a
combined business and pleasure trip east
ward. Ho will join his wife who has been
vlstlng there , In Michiiran , nnd the two will
go from then co to Now York ,
Miss Vena Simpsor , has returned from a-
two weeks' visit in Kansas City.
Dr. G. W. Clutter has been visiting his
motlier In Iowa for several days.
William Neal is now carrylnir the moll be
tween Auburn's two postoMcos.
A bright baby girl came to the house of
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. F. Hiott last wcolc.
Gus Mooroand Gail Fry nro spending n
few davs hunting in the Black Hills.
Mrs. G. B. Bevcridgo returned Wednesday
night , fioui a few weeks' visit In Wlufleld ,
There nro 150 teachers in attendance this
n-eoK nt the union Institute being held in this
MM. W. A. Greer nnd daughter , Bessie ,
nro enjoying a three weeks' visit in Blulrs-
town , la.
Tbo Prosbvterlan church has voted to retain -
tain for another year their present pastor ,
Rev. S. C. Vincent.
John Simpson of Vordon , a graduate of our
high school this year , is in Auburn attending
the toaijhors' institute.
Miss Jennie Borst has closed her tor in of
kindergarten school , .ind Is herself now at
tending the teachers' institute.
Miss Anna Glllnu and Miss Anna Frcricbs
have returned from Toronto , where they at
tended the National Teachers' association.
Charles W. Randol and Emma Shoemaker ,
both of this city , were married July S3 , IS'JI ,
nt the homo of thu undo in Auburn , by Judge
A mass meeting of our citizens will bo hold
next Tuesday ovunlng to take llnnl action In
the mutter of calling a special election to veto
bonds for a system of waterworks.
Mrs. GobrKO Denny of David Cltv was In
town a few days last week. She loft for her
homo on Saturday , accompanied by her
daughter , Mis * Florence , who has ooon visit
ing hero fyjvornlvooks. .
On Wednesday evening the sheriff re
ceived a dispatch from a freight conductor
on the Missouri Pacitio to nwot his train nnd
time In charge four boys whom ho had de
tected In the aut of robbing n freight car near
Nebraska City. The boys are now In jail
Mr O. E Milter Is vUlttns frlond In
Ed B , Finch has returned from a visit at
Dallas , III.
Attorney T. C. Patterson of Morth Plutto
was In the city Monday ,
A. 13. Altkln of Chicago formerly of this
place visited Kearney this weak.
Mrs. Emma Howard Inn returned to
Lincoln alter a plea-ient visit Uorp .
J , M. Hopwood nnd daughter , Grace , have
returned from Holdrega where they vUitud
Mrs. Georgia Warrark of Omaha who was
the guest of Mrs. S. li. BlavH returned homo
B. It. Blcknoll and famllv nro at Hot
Springs , b. D. , where they will remain for
William Marshall of Fremont was in the
city Wednesday and permitted himself to bo
shown about the ulaco.
The Sunday school superintendents of the
city aru arranging for a bunday school Hold
day outing in the near future.
James O'Kono and wlfo have gouo to Co-
trolt , Mich. , to attend the national Grand
Army of the Republic reunion.
Juan Boyto has gene to Now York city.
From there ho will go to Charlottovlllo , Va. ,
where his family Is spending the summer.
Hon. Josopti Scotland wlfo have returned
to Kearney aftnr n years absence In the a in
nnd south Mr. Scott U not fully decided as to
where he shall go next but expects to spend
the summer In Kearney ,
E. G , Drabroolf , civil engineer , hns gene
to London , Eng. , where ho will moot Rev.
Dr. Askln of this city who is visiting taoro.
The two will do some good work for Kcnrnov
nnd central Nebraska among Engllih capital
ists.G. . H. Cutting , R , Hlbbord , W , L. Cook
nnd Mayor Johnson started out Thursday as
a committee from the city council to Investi
gate the curbing nnd puttering of Lincoln ,
Omaha nnd Council Bluffs. It Is expected
that Kearney will profit by their Investiga
Miss Bertha Sheldon Is visiting friends in
Mr. J. H , Dempster has gone to Kansas
on a business trip.
Miss Kato Fisher Is the guest of Miss Lill
Hoover , Brownvlllo.
Mr. G. R. Green Is visiting his boyhood's
homo In Oquawka , 111.
Dr. R. T. Daley of Nebraska City , was In
town the llrst of the week.
Mrs. C. M. Klncaldo of Beaver City , Is
visiting Mr * . J. G. Burrus.
Mrs. S. J. Hayes Is visiting her daughter ,
Mrs. Harry Hoffman nt Harvard.
Miss Mabel Hayes of PlaUsmouth , Is vis
iting her coubln , Miss Lottie Sldlo.
Mltse.M Anna Ashlnooknnd Fay Stewart ,
returned Thursday from a visit to Hebron.
Supcilntcndcnt J. J. Burke Is ono of the
teachers In the county Institute at Trenton.
Mr. nnd Mr. Peter Youngers , and Mr. nnd
Mrs. A , J. Brown , aru rustlcatlug in the
Mr. J. H. Londcmnilch nndncico.Mls ? Vir
ginia McGrew , are spending a fowdajs in
Miss Elslo Juyno has returned homo from
n sojourn with her sister , Mrs. Willis Bentley -
ley , Beaver Crossing.
Miss Hattlo Elmoro handsomely enter
tained u number of her friends at bur homo
Saturday evening of last week.
Mr. W. W. Cameron has purchased nnd
taken charge of nu elevator ut Chester. The
family will not remo\o there until autumn.
Mr. J. D. MoIColvoy , assistant superin
tendent of tha Kearney industrial school , is
tpiMidlngan extended vacation hero with bis
Following are the teachers hired by the
board of education for the ensuing school
year : Superintendent and principal , II. L.
Uhnplln ; assistant principal , Miss L. L.
McGrow ; grammar department , Mrs. Earl
of Friend ; sscond Intermediate , Miss Kate
Fisher ; first intermediate , Miss Nellie
Jnyuo ; First ward intermediate , Miss Laura
Dempster ; second primary , Miss M. E. Bur
nett ; llrst primary , Miss Nettie E. Ludd ;
Third ward Intermediate , MUs Uoru Coombs ;
Third ward primary. Miss Elhelyn Spear.
Mayor F. W , Crew visited Graud Island
Ed Roe of Iho Gate Cltv bat company ,
Omaha , witnessed thu ball ( r.imo Tuesday.
Misses Gussle Ricks and Xoo Merrill of
Chapman uro visiting Mrs. Harry Schlcke-
W. A. Wilson and wife , with ioino Iowa
friends , left for Denver and the mountains
Hon. D. C. Hall of the United States land
olllco utGrand island passed through the city
Deputy Internal Revenue Collector Morgan
Crane was hero lust Saturday checking up
Mr. C. S. Bieo'ch of Holdrogo , repro ton ting
thu Dccring machine company as colloUor , is
with us this week.
Mrs. E. M. Frame , wlfo of our chief of po
lice , loft for Watsoka , 111 , , Monday on an ex
tended visit to her former homo.
B. F. Thomas of Wvmoro and Phil Winter
of Omaha were hero Monday. They are IOOK-
ing for a location needing a republican news
Rev. W. H. Miller , the popular pastor of
our Presbyterian church , leftTuosduy on his
summer vacation. Hu will spend tbo time in
Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Mrs. D. B. Huvward has boon appointed
superintendent of the county schools to 1111
the vacancy rauscd by the resignation of Mr.
Hayward , who has accepted Vho superintond-
ency of the city schools.
Misj Jcnnio Loftwleh i homo from
Brownoll hall , but will leave Saturday for a
visit in Omaha. She will go from there to
DCS Moir.es , the homo of her grandparents ,
and llnish her vacation.
Miss Mary Chinn , Tttsistant In the past-
ofllcu at this place , leaves today on a month's
vacation. She will visit her sister , Mrs. W.
D. Pruyn nt 3103 , Ohio street , Quiahu , and
her grandparents at rahelby , Iiv. .
Miss Elizabeth Morrcll of Omaha , the
joung lady who won a scholarship In Vussar
college by procuring subscriptions for the
Ladies' Homo-Journal , Is a guest of Miss
Alldgo Forbes. A pleasant card party was
given Wednesday in nor honor" by Miss
-Mrs. W. Hortou of St. Paul Is visiting
Genoa friends. ' '
S. P. Eklund was a Columbus visitor the
first of the wenk.
County Attorney Critchtiold was in town
on business on Monday.
Miss Phillips of Columbus Is a guest nt the
Wiuterbothum residence. * ' j |
A. B. Rainoy of Grand Island was shaking
hands with Genoa friends this weelt.
Mrs. A. B , Anderson departed Wednesday
for r.n extended visit among lown friends.
E. G. Cook and wife of Fullerton were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mulliu Wednes
Hon. Brad Slaughter and wife wore guost.s
of Mr. nnd Mrs. L , G. Stocks on Saturday
Grave fears are expressed of tlv ) recovery
of Mrs. C. E. Carter , who has boon sick for
F. D. Goodwin has ret.urned from his trip
through Oregon and oxpiosses himself as de
lighted with the country. . . .
C. E. Williams nnd wife of Fullerton ,
parents of Dr. Williams , ate guests of the
doctor and wlfo this week.
C. Crltchlow of Silver Creek was In town
Monday looking thu ground over with the
view of starting an alliance paper ,
Mrs. L. B. Balsloy and family expect to
le.ivo here in a few days for Oregon to join
Mr. B. . who wait wj sj/oril u > ittn n.'o.
Mrs. Knox , matron at the Indian school , re
turned from hur vacation Monday accom
panied by her noico , Miss Jcnnio Langtry of
Blair , Neb.
Crol < > liton.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph P. Campbell enter
tained n largo puity of friends Wednesday
R. II , Dawson returned Monday evening
from a business trip to Washington nnd the
Pacific coast country.
Colonel nnd Mrs. Gcorgo E. Uhonov spent
several days visiting fnonds lu Sioux City ,
la , roturnlngSuuday.
Miss FranUlo Warrlck returned from n
three weeks' visit to her sister. Mrs. E. P.
Wethorby , nt Norfolk , Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Cheney start for an
extensive tour of the mountain resorts of
Colorado and Wyoming next weak ,
Thursday evening the Misses Hartley en
tertained a goodly company of their young
friends , the occasion being the birthday of
L. P. Ash , a Creichtonlto who for a year
past bus boon In Alaska looking after the development -
velopmont of that territory's mining Inter
ests , returned homo this week.
U ( > ht I'Mllll ,
Miss Kitty KoUpal returned to her homo In
Avondule , lit.
Miss Lizzie Shields of Omaha. U visiting
her friends , MUs Minnie Youor nrd Mrs. C.
Mrs. P. Munroo entertained n uumbor of
her friends last night at the r sldcuco of her
father , Hon. Uriah Brunor.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew 1'otorsan of South
Omaha , former residents and old settlers , are
in the city visiting their numerous frlonds.
John J. King entertained a number of
teachers at his residence yesterday evening ,
The evening was ptcasnntlv spent In-looking
at the art collection of which Mr. King Is the
possessor. This collection U ono of thajarg-
est in thu state. It comprises works on and
copies of Landseer , Turner , Von Meyes ,
Vcccbi , Murillo , Corrob'lo , Tadeina , Bonhcur
and many other world renowned urtUU.
THE BEE BUREAU OF CLAIMS ,
Who Oomposo Its Odnnsol and How It Is
ABLE JURISTS , EXAMINERS AND EXPERTS ,
ncncllclul KfTcutH-nn Clnlninntn ofHo-
ct-nt CoiiKrt'NHlmiul Motion How
to Prosecute Claims
of All Kinds.
About sixty days ngo n new departure was
Inaugurated by the San Francisco Examiner ,
now the leading paper on the coast. Its pro
prietor , Mr , Hearst , son of the lute Senator
Hearst of California , who has n very la-go
fortune at his command , conceived the Idea
of establishing a bureau of claims at Wash
ington , manned by the ablest lawyers
and specialists conversant with the routlno
worn In Iho various departments and bureaus
of the government ,
When the announccmntof this new depart
ure wai made negotiations were at once en
tered Into between Tin : BIB : ami the proprie
tor of the Kxamlncr to join hands nnd mu
unlly shnro In the enterprise. These ar-
rangi'tnentH have beer poriected nnd ugrce-
mcnts entered Into by which Tin : HUB Is to
prosecute all cir.lins nrrlsing In tbo territory
where Tun Bin : enjoys so extensive n sub
Under this agreement all applications for
claims , either for pensions , Indian depreda
tions , land or mining claims , patent or pos
tal claims In the states of Iowa , Kansas ,
South Dakota and Nebraska , will bo taken
In hand by Tin : Bnu Buitcvu OK CMIMS in
Omaha and through it fowurded to head
quarters at Washington whcro they will bo
prosecuted to n iltciil and speedy conclusion.
Tin : Bir. : takes pleasure in offering to all
Its patrons and particularly to subscribers to
Tin : WKI'KI.Y BI.I : , the services of its now
bureau which , we have no doubt , will provo
of great advantage to them , both in prosecu
ting new claims to a successful Issue and In
expediting all claims entrusted to Tin : BII : :
Tin : BEI : Buntsu ; OF Ci.UMshas frctiuently
been referred to in these column * , but up to
the present time , no reference has been made
to tbo manner in which Its Important work Is
performed. This Is ono of the moit , Interest
ing features connected with the ontorprlso ,
The Ititronu'H Counsel.
To bogln with , the services of three most
eminent councilors hnvo been retained.
These are A. L. Hughes , O. E. Wellor , and
P. J. Butlur. They are ueuominated "gen
eral counsel. " Thov nro men of mature
years and learned in tno law. They have
made a specialty of practising in the
the United States supreme , circuit nnd dis
trict courts , the United Status court of claims
and before all the departments and liuroaus
of the government. They are quiilt.lcd to
pass upon the gcncial merits of any claim , as
soon as it is presented. This save a great
deal of time , b''cauvt } , when a claim lias been
passed upon by them , it is generally one
which is entitled to a standing in court.
When a claim U rejected bythom.it means
that It la either outlawed or that it lacks cer
tain elements which would lead to Its final
Kuinilners and Experts.
Besides these gentlemen there nro also a
practising attorney , au examiner and expert
in each department in which Tin : But" pro
poses to prosecute claims , namely , those of
patents , pensions , postiit mid lund claims and
Indian depredations , in fact in any depart
ment in which a claim may arise against the
federal government. Tlieso attorneys pre
pare the petitions and tend to the claims be
fore the soveial courts , while tno examiners
nnd exports innkeas xxjlalty of searching the
records and arranging the evidence neces
sary to strengthen the claim.
The gentleman charged with this dutv re
garding Indian depredations hns been thu as
sistant chief examiner of these jluims In thu
Indian bureau of tbo Interior department lor
many years. HU comprehensive knowledge
of details , facts , status of and evidence in
the cases heretofore filed or the outbreaks
out of which others yet to bo filed have
arisen , renders his services extremely valu
Then tnoro is a general malinger , donn
Wodderburn. Fur voars be was private sec
retary to Senator Hearst , the father of Hon.
William llearst , the projector of the present
enterprise. Hu has also been for years the
Washington correspondent of the San Fran
cisco Examiner , with which Tin : BWK is no v
co-operating. Hu Is u man of universal in
formation nnd U especially adnptnd to the
responsible position ho now holds.
Tlmfi this force none more cupahlo could
bo found in the country. Its services bave
been retained at great expense by the
bureau , the salaries alone reaching at the
present time Sl.bOU per month.
As has been stated , the San Francisco Ex
aminer inaugurated , the enterprise , and
through It Tin : Bp.i : was allowed to establish
its bureau for the accommodation of claim
ants In South Dakota. Iowa , Nebraska and
Kansas. This privilege was first , of nil the
papers in the country , extended to Tin : BIB : ,
because of its known pli'ck ' , enterprise and
The undertaking , however , bus at
tracted so much attention throughout
tbo country and been so greatly appreciated
bv old soldiers , India i victims , and defrauded
government claimants , that leading pipers
elsewhere have asked to bo admitted to
enjov the pnviloces of the bureau. Among
tho-to papers there is a leading oao In Minna-
sola and ethers in Boston , Cincinnati , St.
Louis , Atlanta anil Now Orleans. It Is
thousht tti.it Mr. Ho.irst , the proprietor of
The Examiner , and thu gentleman who In
augurated thu system , will grant the applica
Claims Coining In.
Tin : BIK CI.VIM BUHKVIT has not been lu
existence ono month nnd yet It has lls'od
Indian dourldaUon claims aggregating
fcs'J.OOO and the aniou.it Is being con
stantly added to. This is a remark
able showing , and yet It is but a fraction of
the claims which remain unrecorded unit un
paid In the sttitoi controlled by Tin : Bun
Buitiivu or CIAIMS , . namely , South Dakota ,
Nobraslcu , louuuml Kansas.
On March ! ) , of this year , an act for the
payment of In.llun depredation claims was
approved. To this act , It is necos-
sarv to direct the attention of every
claimant who has suffered at the hands of
Indians. This refers to those victims \vho30
claims have already been Hied us well in to
thoait who still contemplate lllinK them. Up
to the datu in. question , thousands of
sufferers had Hied thelrclaims with attorneys
in all parts ol the country and were in most
cases charged oxcos ivo fees. Many of the
claims , too , bad been pending for years.
Satisfied that , in many eases , the claimants
had contracted with the attorneys in ques
tion and , without fear of prosecution for
annulment , could not transfer their claims to
otler agents or attorneys who might expe
dite the collection , congress unuurtook to
nfford the desired relief. This It did In tbo
act In question.
Annulling Kvortiliiuit ContnioM.
Jurisdiction in thewi mutters was trans
foi red to thi ) court of claims where the ser
vices of uu attorney nrqindispensable. Under
this law , all agreements made by claimants
with attorneys , prior o March ! l , 1W1 , are
oxpresslv declared null and void. This was
done as has bouu Intimated to release claim
ants from exorbitant leu contracts ,
Every claimant Is , tnereforo , free to em
ploy in his attorney whomsoever ho p'oases ' ,
Under those circumstances , it would appear
to bo to the advantage of every person hav
ing a c-l'ilm to pluco the hamo with the bu
reau iiuaranteed bv such a reliable nnd re
sponsible paper as Tins BKU , rather than
with unknown parties.
The disappointed attorneys whom thq law
In question bos uoprlved of exorbitant fuos
have been Hooding tlio country threatening
their former clients with suit should they
take tholr claims from them and place thorn
In the hands of other attorneys. But this
should not discourage claimants , because uu
act of congress Is paramount to eny mid all
agreements entered into with nn.v attorney
prior to the time named In the said law.
To Hooovor I'llIndian Duproilutlouu
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the
beuollts of the net lu aaosUou re
garding the recovery ol claims
crowing out of Indian depredations
should forward to Tins Hun BUIIBAU OK
CLAIMS power of attorney , graining author
Ity to appear In ttielr case In the court of
claims. They should also furnish a dotallod
statement of loss , Including each
spiclllc article lost , Its value ,
date , countv and state , band or trlbo
of Indians committing doprodatlons , names
nnd present nddrossos of witnesses whoso
testimony ( hey expect to use In substantia
tion of their claim , ami such other Informa
tion bearing Upon the case us they may
Upon receipt of this simple Information ,
TUB UKR lit IUMIorCi , VIMS will Immediately
attend to the moro Intricate or difllcult por-
Ion of the prop.iratlon.
The claims must not ba based on depreda
tions extending back beyond lWV > .
Renders of Tin : Bu : or these who may lllo
clMins for collection , nro respectfully to-
quested to furnish Tin : Unit UCUKIU or
Ci.mts with the names nnd addresses of nny
other parties who have suffered similar
losses at the hands of Indians. Many pcoplu
are as vet unnwaro of the recent favorable
legislation by which these claims can now , If
propei ly prepared and presented bo collected.
But Indian depredation claims are not the
only onoj which Tins Br.u BuurAi ; op
CI.VIMS proposes to handlo. In brief , it will
look after any claim which any cltb.cn has
ngnlnst the govern inent or nny department of
the government. It will bo specially service
able to soldiers of thu Into war.
I'cnIons lor A c'cl Soldier *
Strange as It may appear , there are thou
sands of veterans of the lebulllon , who nro
old , weary , Inllrm nnd beyond Iho skill of
physician or surgeon to restore to health.
Many of thesu nro incapacitated because of
exposure or Injuries sustained lu the late war.
and yet , many of thuao are unprovided with
PiMixfoiiH Tor Inllrm Soldiori.
There ore thousands of poor fellows who
are permanently disabled , having served at
li'ast ninety days In the war. They wore
also honorably discharged. These nro enti
tled to a poiLslon even though the Intlrmlty
fiom which they suffer was not the result of
exposure In the war. The only condition IB
that their prostration Is not thu result of
vicious habits. ,
PonsloiiH lor SolilierH'Vlduvs. .
Thcio nro thousands of soldiers' mid sail
ors' widows In thU countrv who do not know
that they nro entitled to pensions. And yet ,
oy writing Tin : BII : : BUIIAU oFCi.mi.-swhon
their CMSO is Just , they will bo nblo to secure
those pensions. Allthat is required is that
each widow show that she is without other
means of support than hoi * dally l.tbor and
that her husband served , at least ninety davs
In the nrrny nnd was honorably discharged ;
that she maiTlod the soldier prior to Juno -7 ! ,
IS'JJ. ' Proof of his death must also bo ad
vanced , but his domlso ucod not have boon
Iho result of army service.
Scouring Patent Itl litfl.
There are thousands of inventive mon niul
women in ibis country who hnvo Inventions
which are known only to their friends. Yet
In those inventions there are sometimes for
tunes to DP found. Yet , comparatively
speaking , but few of these inventors ever
seek n patent. Thov do not know how to do
it. The } ' fcnr the cost and the clolav. Tin :
BII : BLIIAIJ of CI.VIMS has reduced these
almost to a minimum.
Pensions lor Soldiers' I'aivnti.
There re thousands of soldiers' parents
who are also Ignorant of tbo fact that they
nro entitled to pensions. These must prove
thut their son died from a wound , injury or
disease which , undiT P"lor laws , wouH have
given him a pension : that ho left no wife or
minor child ; that the mother or father is nt
present dependent upon his or her owu man
ual labor or the contributions of ethers not
legally bound for his or her suppott.
Bc.sldos these claims , Tin : BIB : Buur.vi
will prosecute land claims growing out of
disputes or appeals from local 1-ind oftlccto
the general land olllce of the United States.
Appeals l-'i'om l/ocal Imuil Olliccs. ;
These appeals nro frequoiillv most aniiov-
ing to both paities. The local attorney can
not personally prosecute the case in Wash
ington. It would cost to support him there ,
fruqiic'iitly more thin the land in question is
worth , to say nothlnc ot his fees , which , as
has been shown , nro generally as inph as
may bo collected. Ho is , therefore ,
compelled to trust thu claim Into thu hands
fa man whom she doo.s not Know , whose
first move Is to bleed the claimant and the ut-
tornoy who refers the claim to him. Be
tween these men the appellant hangs In un
certainty until the final adjudication has
In Tin : Br.iButuiu : OP CLAIMS those would
be plaecd in the hands of well known nnd 10-
sponsiblo people , pushed with the greatest
energy and nt the minimum of cost. Tin :
Bun BriiK ID OP CLAIMS therefore is the medi
um through which thnso nppoal cases should
A initiK nnd Postal Claims.
The sa'me is true of mining and postal
claims. These would go immediately to coin-
piiteiit hands. They would not bo delayed.
If , unwortiiy , they would never bo filed in
court , but the claimant would bo notified of
the fact. Ho would thus bo relieve. d of all
aiixioty within ii few months , whereas , ns it
is now , hi 'does not know what kind of a
claim he hns 'intil after it hns been passed
upon by tho-courts or the department ! .
Tin'Bhi ; : Buiu\u can toll a good claim
from a bad claim. It never presents the lat
ter. It docs not wish to rob the treasury. It
collccts.only claims that are just.
, tiific'oiira in Inventors.
There am a gro.it many inventor , } who
believe the momma they pluco the secret of
their discovery in the bauds of any other
poison , from that very moment nn intrigue
is formed to dispossess them of their dis
covery. . Tim HUB Bum : .u OP CI.MMS takes
occasion to say to this woithy but unre-
( j ulU'd .J-'lass of Its patrons thut it will
trout all such business Intrusted to its ciro
in the most confidential ciantior , thus assur
ing to all-who may wish to secure a patent on
their inventions the utmost secrecy from the
beginning to the end of the transaction.
Parlies desiring to avail themselves of
Tin : Br.E Buur. ui OP Cl. VIMS in the matter of
Securing patent rights , trade marks , pi hits
laonls and copyrights , should make known
their wants in this direction , when written
Instructions will bo furnished as to the mode
of procedure required under the intent laws.
Patent Kl lit * a Speol-Jtj.
TUB BLMICMI op Cl.vnH anuouncas thut It
will make this branch of Its work a specialty
and oni ! that can bo relied upon as beinir
beyond the power of oxpeits oven to criti
cise. This announcement Is nmdo because
tbo fact IMS already been olll-
ciallv liromulcatod by the United
States patent olllco that the teriltory
embraced In the stntci of South Dakota ,
Nebraska'Iowa ' and Kansas enjoys a world-
\vfil J reputation as possessing moro inventive
genius , strange ns it mav appear , than any
similar 'extent of territory In the United
SUUes nt the present time.
Applicants for patents Should understand
that Tin : BBI : BLIIIHU opCi.u.Ms luys gioat
sires ? upon the fact that It can udvlso its
tmtrons , almost at the outset , whether tholr
Invention Is now and pitentublo , ttius saving
them the exorbitant fee charged by the or
dinary patent attorney.
Thuso claims will bo prosecuted not ns. n
IIKUUS of making money , but simply as an
accumod ition to claimants living in the status
above enumerated. The work will bo done
at about what it costs Tin ; BBB BUIKVU or
Ci.tnis , so that claimants need hnvo no fear
of exorbitant rates nor Iho bleeding delays
to which they have heretofore been sub
jected. Address alt letters to Manager , BII :
BtituAU OP CI.MMS , O.u > n \ , Nun.
The terms under which claims will bo
prosecuted will depend entirely upon the
amount of service re n do rod in each caso. Wo
can safely assure all patrons of the b.irjiu
thut the charges will bo very much lower
than rates charged bv the regular claims
lawyers arid claims atruiits at Washington
It go without saying that thu Exumlnor
undTiii ; HII : are In position conjointly toes-
pudtto buslnoss and do service at moro lib
eral rates than any other medium for thu
prosecution of claims.
In thu matter of fees and charges Tin * . Bet :
desires only to clear expenses , The bureau
Is intended for the relief of the people from the
rapacity of legal sharks. In many casm fuoi
allowed atturncvu are Irruvocablv llxud uy
law , r.nd in nuch the question Is decided. In
other claims such a charge will bo made as
booms to cover thu actual oxponsiu Involved
\\o matfo no effort to solicit your
patronage , ay docs the ordinary agent
who hcelisour rlulm for a linuncla
coi sulcrutlon. Such Is not our pur
pose. Wo offer to ono and all the sorvlcoj of
n wall equipped bureau , where u claim of any
nature cau bo sent , or Information in regard
thereto bo obtained. If your claim is north
lessor Illogithniito you will bo so notiflnd
without fear or favor. If the claim is gnu-
ulna It uill receive jmmnit attention and
oftlciont prosecution , If unsuccessful , no
charge will ba made ; provided , however ,
that claimants must defray their own ox
pensea in the preparation of atUdavtta , depot
sltlons , and other ovldonco outsldoot Wash-
Wo will furnish the uece iary logla
papers an boar ths Washington expenses
only In unsuccessful claims. When claims
nro allowed , a reasonable too will bo charged
to cover actual cost.
AH letters will bo promptly answered and
all Information concerning form of applica
tions for claims , terms , nta , will bo given
with ns tlttlo delay as practicable. No lot'.or
will bo answered unless thu sender encloses
requisite stnim > for reply. No information
concerning nn.v particular claim will uo 1m-
parted until the applicant has become a
member of The Boo Clnlms Bureau assoc'.a '
Address all loiters relating to claims to
MANAOT.U UMUIA BIP. : Buinuu OP CI.UM ,
Both the method nnd results when
Syrup of Figs ia taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the tnsto , nnd nets
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys ,
Liver and Hovvcls , demises the sys
tem ellbatimlly , dispels colds , head-
achcs and fevers nnd cures hnhitunl
constipntiou. Syrup of Figs is thp
only remedy ; of its hind over pro
duced , pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach , prompt in
its action and Irtily beneficial in its
eflects , prepared only from the moat
healthy and agreeable substances , its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
oyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and 81 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable dnggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRAHOISCO , CAL.
&UISVIUE. KIT. NEW YORK. N.Y
AWrlllan Guarantee to
CUHE EVERY CASE or
_ _ MONEY REFUNDED.
Ojr cure w la iicnimnent and not n patching up. Ca os
treated ll > o yeais ngo lia > a m-Mr tceii nsjniitom |
tlnco. Jlydiscr.tilnireaso fully wo can treat TOU by
\.OKiiothonaino ttronffpiiarantee-to euro
mill , nnd \
or icfuml nil money. Those who prefer loco-no hero
for treatment can < lo so ami wo will piy nllroiul faro
Loth waja r.ml hotil bills wlillo hero It wo fall to euro.
Wo nliclloo the world for a. ciso tl.atourMAMO
HSI..DYv ! : Inotciirc. Wrlto for fu I pailliularsond
COtthocvldincc. Wo know that 3 oil ale Fkcitlcal | ,
ji-.lly BO , too.as the most eminent phj lcl-nshi > o
n-\erbunnllotOKho moro llin-i tcnponry rill ; f.
noiirmoC3"'r"actUowllhthoMA < IIOir.MU : > Yit
] } "
has Lecn mo > t tiT.ciilt ! ! to oicicomo the 1-rcJi.d'ccs '
o-aln tallro-ialUds | > cclile * . Hut under cur Miong
ho'llato to try thli i cmccly.
Bii.-.ianteo j on i ! ould not
Vem trl.o no ch-ui- of luting jctir money.io mar-
oiitro to tuio o.-nfundcseiy dolhr , and or wo have a
reputation to protect. nlMJfnanclal liacklnsof 3CO-
COO , It in perfectly Bafo to all who will try tl.o treat
ment. ] Iori-tofoio > oiihivoIicinputtlnRUinmlimyl-s !
out > ojr.ioney fui-d Tinntf cits icnlannd ar.housh
youaro not ct cured nooi.o has p-ld bat L your mon
. Donolwaslonnymo-omoncyunllljou tryus.
ciiro ey. Ic.derpseatelcn.ojcundliiS.'to 00 daja. In-
esllg-.tocur linonclal ttandlni ; , our icputatlen as
Lu lncmen. . Wrlto us for names and niMress a of
the o wo have cured who ha\oih en jicrmi , loii to re
fer to ( him. It co its ) on only po-rajo to ilothlilt ;
from mint il strain ,
! lra\counwo.ldcf Fiiffcrlnff
and If > oil nro married what ma/ your ofTijirlns f uftcr
thioii-hjourovniui.-llBciico. It joiirrjinptomiaio
fore throat , mucous paches In mouth , rhcumntliin
In bono nnd Jolntu , hair Ir.llln.r cut , eruptions on nny
rartoft.olodyfecl.n ! of c ner.il deprcsflon , panj !
In header bones , > ou havono time to waFto. The e
! io n-o cnmttn'.ly taUIn ? mcrcu y on I potichBliould
< 11 lort'niiolt. CoiiRUiiiti..ocf thciod-uc < willtunly
lilt st-o.ca ondo itli R uUirnlil the end. Pon'tfallto
wrlla. A'lctt-rtspont'rnco pent le-ntrd In pla'ne-ivil.
on.Vjl..vlta the mo trli'ld lin uti itluunml will
do a'l In our peer to rU ycu In It. AdJnsa ,
tOVIl JtEMKHX' CO. , Oinnhn , jfebrailsn.
OflUo IJth and Tarnam. eccond floor , cntranco 13th ti
50 J fo a o se of Lo.b o Kail ng alanhooi ,
Cienttral or Nervous nobil ty , weakness of
bo yo-mlnJ , t n o lacts of errord or ox-
c s esln old or youni th itVP cannot euro.
We guarantee evorv case or roiuntl every
doll r. F vo dnys trial treatment $1 , full
coursa 85 rorcBntlMe ban Hu ra.iliz id In
three d .vs. By mall , securely pao'.iad from
COO-C REMEDY CO. , O , IAHA , NEE > .
MAR IP FEMAL REGULATOR , Safe and
IIIHUIU Certa nto aaay irmon yrefundeJ.
Pic.t by ma'l ' SS e.i e I from observation
COOK REMEDY CO. , Omaha , NeD.
Practice Llniltod to- .
Anil Nenous Discuses of the
Reproductive Organs ,
- Including -
8i > cr > nittorrlnc < t and f.oit Manhood.
Piitle-ntd Mircriffiillv tri'nted hy lorrcuponJ-
tnciVrltc for qucfct'on ' ll > t. Oi'iri > . t'lrncr Kith
anil Kiinmm binds , ( over U. I * 'L'lckbt Ofllla )
Omuhu , Nob.
Unp rtllleornS , B J ETEPHENU.Lilmnjn
For Eases , Cattle , Sheep , Dogs , Hogs ,
COO Page IJoti'.t nu Trent mrnt of Animals
iinil C'hart bout l-'rcc.
A.A. ) tSiilniil JUmiliialtlHuilk ; I-'ovrr.
ll.II. SirnliiH , LnmiMimrt , lUii'iiuintlam.
< ; . ( ! . --JMNtcnuicr , fsnmil Dixclim-tfbis
1 > .I --Hum or GrubgVnrum ,
i.i--C : : < iizliM , Hi-iivi-N , Pneumonia *
Jf.F Collc or Uilucn , Ilultyaclio.
O.C. niiHcnrrlnau. IlriiiorrluiKOn.
ll.II. Urluiiry nnil Kidney IMHCII
l.l.-.Kruiillvu Dlhi-iiHCN , Dlnnue.
J.K. DltiCiiHCH ill' JHui'Httoii , I'lir
EluKluItottlo ( ovcr&Oclosca ) , - - .1)0
Kluliln OnHOi with , Sjiecinc , Man-ial ,
\itcrlnury Cure Oil < in < l Mualcalor , Sv.OO
Jnr Veterinary Cure Oil , - - 1.00
Sole ! bv Druzltli | or Sent FropaM nnrwhoro .
and In any quantity pn Receipt of Price.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO. ,
Corner WllliamciidJobn Sli. ,
ful remedy for
1)1 ) U8I ) 3U } FKH
nd I'rostr&tion. from overwork or other causes
VI pur vial , or S vinl nmllario vt I powder , Jor * S.
boui Iiv unucHitirrB , or neat iHiitnalil on ronJiit
of jrlco.-HU.MPHREYS' MEDICINE CO. ,
Cor. William and John Sis. . N. Y.
: ivi : iiin.ii.
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! ' . > Mh I'niihw Kukhuiulhkiu
iJ onrj Lhmlth on
. I'tui t.v , and thlUn
leliillun , It hal
kUnnl thu tctt Cf J
' ) cum. r'i. | In ao
huuilni | u urtvlt
lu | M ) rurvltly | > io | > -
nu Kim ttrlelt uf
iimll.,1 naiii. | ) | L.
A. hMyer iwtld to a
lad ) of ll > u luut-tnn
/ liiulti'tl iaful of all
' II.u rUn tin inn alien -
lion * . " Fur Wile by
nil Drl'gKl.U aud
enlMthoL'nl ( .tM ti-j. c nkJn n.l . Kurup *
1UUI. T. Uul'tl.NS. 1-ivb'r , 5 ; Urwt Juuci SU. H. Y.
OMAHA , NEB.
Washington office , sltuntcd
n few doors from the Pension
Bureau , organized to secure
"Justice to Veterans. " Prose
cutes Soldiers'Claims of nil kinds
in a most efficient manner and
with the least expense to the
claimant. Pensions under thfl
new law for soldiers , widows ,
and children.Pensions under the
old law. Increase of pension
and additional pension unclei *
the old law and the new law.
Officers' accounts adjusted , cor
rection of muster secured and
difference of pay collected. Pay ,
bounty , prize money , extra pay
and commutation of rations col
lected. Honorable discharge se-1"
cured and charge of desertion
who served ninety days or moro
in the late wnr nnd are now dis
abled wholly or in pnrt can get
pension under the new law at
From $6 to $12 per month. Pens -
s on is given under the new law
for the following disa Alitles * . f *
whether contracted in the ssr-/
vice or not : 111 health from
chronic diarrhoea , rheumatism ,
disease of the heart , disease of
kidneys or liver , pneumonia , ma
laria , chills and rover , disease of
the lungs , and nil other diseases
and ailments ; also for piles , ru p- v * >
turs , partial deafness in ono OP
both ears , partial loss of sight ,
results of measles , results of
blood poisoning , disease of eyes
and all Injuries and wounds. If
you have any disability men
tioned here and are not drawing
pension for it , write us nt once.
Under the new law , entitled to
pension at $8 per month with $2
additional for each child under ,
the age of sixteen years , provided
the widow has no income suffi
cient for her support other than
her dally labor. To get this pen
sion widow does not have to
prove that soldier's denj.h was
due 'o his service in the army.
U idar sixteen ynrs of age nt
soldier's death entitled to pension
under the now law.
All claims entrusted to this Bu-
renu nre thoroughly nnd vigjr-
ously prosecuted und
AT D ftl 1
Ru vn fuuo n ( MlflPfflM u (
In nny case until suco3ssfi.il.
All leltera of inquiry , or for ad
vice will bo promptly nnswcreJ.
Nu qhnrgo for advlco
BEE BUHIM of CLAIMS ; -
Bee Building , Omaha , eb , /
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