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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1893)
PROSPECTS ON THE BORDER
Wealth of the Kootenav Eegion is How AJt-
tracting Prosrocctora and Investors.
RICH MINES IN THE DISPUTED TERRITORY
Murrrloui C l r ct In the WtMtern
Und-llovr llrlrnaV § Cli
The 1'roilnrtlon of Mckel
Coal nail ftrnt l > nte.
The Canadian government , at the request
of the British Columbian authorities , Is In-
Tiling the United States government to ap
point a Joint commission for tl o delimitation
of the international boundary adjacent to
the Kootcnay district In IJritish Columbia.
Vn.st discoveries of silver have recently boon
made there and many of the claims arc In
jior'ionsof ' the disputed territory. Despite
the severity of the weather there Is a
fltampcdo from the Idaho and Montana mm-
in ; camps Into British Columbian territory ,
'llio Stanley claim , on White Water creelc ,
which Is owned by u Spokane syndicate , will
bo cloned In March nnd development work
pushed. The vein on this claim runs from
three to fl vo feet in width nnd the ore assays
from liX ) to 700 ounces of silver a ton and 00
per cent lead.
Since the advent of the Great Northern
road In northern Montana the Kootonay re
gion attracted largo numbers of prospectors
nnd investors. But many branch roads are
essential to thorough development. In the
Llbby mining district there arc many well
developed mines , such ns the Snowshoo.
Bliicktall , Silver Crown , I'ayrock , ana in
fact they can Ix ; counted by the score. It Is
easily understood that when mines have
been so far developed by shafts and cross
cutting and assume a degree that places
them as first class properties , with thou
sands of tons of ore nn the dump without nny
means of transiK > rtntion at bant' , work neces
sarily stops and all that occurs of note are
the assessments done upon the various pros-
I'llIs ! of tbo Yfllo\r tono.
There are but few features of the land-
ncuipe possessing greater interest or moro
fascinating to the beholder than a great vol
ume of water tumbling over a precipice. It
Is a never ending source of Inspiration to the
intellectual man and a delight to even the
most prosaic and matter-of-fact person.
Next to those of the Yosemite , writes
James Wardlaw in the Geographical Maga-
rine , the falls of the Yellowstone river are
the most marvelous cataracts of the western
highlands of the United States. Tower falls ,
n photogravure of which is the subject of the
frontispiece In the present number , Is ono of
the two falls of Yellowstone river. Both
cataracts arc situated at an altttudoof about
0,000 feet , and In Tower falls the water de
scends 400 feet in a single plunge.
In their foundation , the falls of Yellow
stone river resemble other cataracts ; there
Is n hard superficial stratum underlaid by
formations of softer rock. The hard surface
rock withstands tolerably well the action of
the water ; the lower strata are broken down
nud carried away by It. Little by little the
foundations nro undermined , then n mass of
surface rock breaks oft , nnd the falls recede
up stream n distance equal to the width of
rock , broken off. In the present illustration ,
the most recent denundation may bo seen in
the foreground : in the background erosive
i nction is "taking n rest. " "How do you
know ? " does some ono ask ? AVell , look at
| the surface of each. In one , the walls of the
I ranoti are bare of vegetation ; In the other
I they are forestclad. Now if the water was
I at work on the farther slojKj there would bo
I uo-forest ; the stream would cut away the
I surface long before the most quickly-growing
L shrub could get its roots into the soil.
- "Efcyond the lower falls of the river , Yel-
U lowstonoi canon begins with its steep , hard
| toned walls , 3,000 feet high. But little by
I little thcso soften in outline , until at last
I the bold canon opens out into a typical river
I -valley as graceful In its outlines as the bcau-
I tifnl Wyoming valley of Pennsylvania.
I 1'rodnctlon of Nickel.
I THe discovery of nickel ore In the Black
I Hills la nn event of much Importance. The
I extent and value of the find has not been dc-
I terpiincd , but as there Is a most inviting
lioino market for the metal it is reasonably
H certain that a thorough exploration of the
-vein will be made. Oregon has the only pro-
uucing nickel inino in the United States , but
the quantity Is not sufllcicnt to supply the
H demand. The production of nickel , which
Hi was -about 40U tons in 1878 , the year of the dis-
j cc .cry of the New Caledonian ores , now ex-
eds 8,000 tons per annum , and the Now
BB 'alcdonian ' supply has been so supplemented
H by the yield from other districts that n sup-
Hi ply of about 10,000 tons of pure nickel per
< annum may shortly bo expected. Nickel Is
Hf found In New Caledonia in a single mineral ,
' Rarnicrite or noumeitc , which is a bright
preen hydrated silicate of magnesium and
nickol. DID most improved plan of extracting -
ing the metal from the ere consists in reducing -
ing the latter in a regenerative furnace
used in Belgium for reducing zinc oxido. The
reduced metal Is afterward sifted to separate -
' rate the cubes or disks from Irregular and
broken masses ; they are afterward col-
Icctcd by means of magnets. Among thom
m \ moro important of the recent applications of
A/ > nickel Is that of the alloy ( twenty parts of
L * nickel , with eighty parts of copper ) , which
K is now used for the casing of bullets for
K sumo of the small box rlllcs wttich European
' countries arc adopting in their armament.
Kf How Helena lleccivrd Iti Name.
Hj | In October , IStJI , there was a meeting in
? Giwrgo Wood's cabin to arrange for laying
H ] out a town and giving it a name , writes
H ( Julian Ralph in Hari > er's. Thcso were some
of the names the rough miners suggested
H that the prospective city be called , "I'unk-
H Jnville , Squashtown , Tomahawk nnd
i Tomah. " A Mr. John Somerville suggested
that a peed imrao would bo St. Helena. The
general taste was divided between Helena
( a shortening of St. Helena ) ana Tomah , an
abbreviation of Tomahawk. Helena won
the votes. In the name St. Helena the accent -
cent U on the second syllable of the last
wont , but in the course of years the name of
the place has corno to bo called Helena by
| ( It Is said that ono miner had been to the
ly > island of St. Helena , nud thought Last
| Chnitce gulih looked like a part of that
I ' Island. Then , again , it is said that Helena
I -was the name of a daughter of a miner who
| , v attended the meeting , or of the wlfo of such
F , n miner But the best story is that John
I ' Somcrvillo said , in a speech that ho made ,
I "I belong to the best country in the world ,
Elived In the best state In it , in the best
Pjj county in that state , nnd in the best town in
P/ that county , and , by the Eternal , this place
* f shall bear the name of that town Helena. "
[ Hous n tall , hardy , jovial frontiersman
ij , from Minnesota , who had taken his wife
| jj with him to share his rough llfo as a miner ,
> ? Itoclc Sprints Coal.
| i > Great activity prevails in the Hock Springs
j- coalmines. Shipments during January wert
P ns follows : Union 1'aclllc company , commer
r clal coal , 2,000 cars ; Union Pacillo company ,
P coal , SW3 cars ; Ilock Springs Coal company ,
u -101 curs , Swcetwater Coal company , 1,03
> cars ; Vandyke Coal company , 155 cars ; Phil
i brick , Fletcher i-Ludvigsen cars. Total
I 0,0ft ! cars ; nn increase of 1,454 over the same
I month of the preceding year.
In January. Ibltt , 1UU cars , an Increase ol
CG3 cars , which is a most creditable showing
Mr. KcUey's mine Is working regularly.
I.o > Angrlcs IC.
Ixss Angeles appears to be on the verge
another real estate boom. Cudahy ol
Omaha , who is putting up a pork packing cs
tabllshment with a capacity of 150,000 hogs
lias purchased the Nadeau vineyard propertj
of 2.TOO acres , Just south of Los Angeles , foi
nearly 00,000 cash. T D. Stimson , a Chi
cage millionaire , who Is erecting the largest
block In the city at the corner ot Thinl anc
Spring streets , has bought the opposite cor
er for $170,000. The German-American Sav
Ings bank of Los Angeles lias bought thi
northeast comer of Mala and First street :
for tSO.OOO , on which It will erect a largo
bank building. One hundred thousand dollars
lars has been offered for trio ndjolnlnif prop
erty , on which the largest wholesale ware
house In the city will bo erected.
The Plain Truth
Is good enough for Hood's Sarsnparilla
there Is no need of cinbullshmont or sensa
tionalism. Simply what Hood's Sarsapnrllla
does , that tells the story of its merit. If you
have never realized its benefits a single bottle
tle will convince you it U a good medicine.
The highest praise has been won by Hood's
Pills for their easy , yet efficient action. Sold
by all druggists. Price S3 cents.
Ask Tor Through TlrkcM to WnithlnRton via
1'rinnj Ivnnln l.lne *
When you go to the inauguration. They
will bo on sale nt low rules at principal
ticket olllccH in the west nnd north
west. The Pennsylvania Is the popular
route from Chicago and the only ono
having four fast daily trains to Wash
ington. They depart from Chicago
union station at 1 : . " 0 , .1:15. : o:00 : and
lliIK ) p. in. , nnd all carry Pullman palace -
ace vestibule dining and sleeping cars.
Address II. II. De-ring. A. G. P. Agt. ,
248 Clark btrcet , Chicago , for details.
Clu-itp Trip to Cnllfornla.
The Philliw | Hock Island personally
conducted California excursions for
March' will leave Omalm on the . ' ! d ,
17th and 31st. Through tourist sleeping
cars to Los Angeles and San Francisco ;
also special through car arrangements
to Oregon nnd Washington. For par
ticulars call on any Kock Island agent
or address Chas Kennedy , gcu'l. N. W.
Pass. Agt. , 1002 Farnam street , Omaha.
HOW THEY WERE KILLED.
rather of One of Ttro Stick * ' Victims
Write * About the Murders.
Clark Bacon , father of one of the boys
killed by Two Sticks' band of renegades on
the Sioux reservation recently , writes TUB
BEE the following account of the affair :
CRAVEN CIIEKK , Neb. . Feb. 11. To the
Editor of THE Br.E : In THE WEEKLY BEE of
February 81 notice an account of the killing
of four white i > coplo by renegade Indians on
the Pine Kldgo reservation , saying It was
the end of a drunken row. fThls statement
ivns subsequently corrected , when accurate
reports of the affair were obtained by THE
BEE. ] I would like to set you right In this.
My son , James Bacon , aged 10 , left home on
January 'M in company with William S.
ICclly , aged 15 ( son of the late James Kelly ,
who formerly lived at Honey Creek. Potta-
wattamle county , la. ) , to look for some lost
horses. On February 4 I heard of the killing
of some men at a herder's camp aoout thirty
miles from Pine Hldiro on the reservation.
Believing the boys to bo In that vicinity , I.
in companj with James Kelly , brother of
William , went at once to Pine Hidce , where
Captain Brown , the agent , called in the In
dian police who had seen the bodies. Not
satisfied with the description they gave , in
company with a guard of Indian police we
went to the scene of the murder. There wo
found four dead bodies , two of them
our boys and two strangers to us. Wo
moved the bodies of the boys to the ranch of
Phillip Wells , about half a mile away , where
we stayed all night.
From a teamster I learned the boys came
to the camp just before dinner , and ate while
there. It was very cold and the cook tried
to persuade the boys to stay over night.
This my son did not want to do. Before the
teamster left the boys asked him If they
could stay an hour with the herders and
still reach Yellow Bird's camp thai night.
He told them they could ana left.
Our boys had no liquor or firearms , and the
teamster told mo there was only ono old re
volver and two cartridges in the camp.
These I saw when I was there. They said
there was never any liquor in the camp.
From Mr. Wells I learned that tho. Indians
who did the killing had gone into the "sweat
house" and painted themselves , and then an
nounced their intention of going on the war
path and asked the fricudllcs to join. After
the shooting the bad Indians told the friend-
lies they had killed four white mon , and
again proposed that the whole outfit go on
the warpath. At Mr. Wells' house on
the night of the shooting were
visiting his brother and Mr. Ueshaw.
They saw Indians watching the house , but
did not know how many there were. To de
ceive the Indians they crawled out of a
back window and slipped around so they
could walk in the front way. thus making It
appear there were a largo number of white
men In the nouse. Mr. Wells says the boys
killed were very nice fellows and had been
unusually kind to the Indians , always having
a pot of meat cooked that they might feed
all who came. Friendly Indians would go
there and play cards for pastime. Several
were there nnd played on the night of the
shooting. They had had supper and the
cook washed the dishes. They left as the
moon came up. and tnought the others came
and did the killing about 0 o'clock. There
were five dirty plates on the table the next
any , which shows the Indians were fed and
then , each picking his man , fired at their
victims , who seemed to bo lying in their
bunks. Messrs. Humphrey and Stranger ,
the contractors , Captain Brown , the agent ,
Mr. Wells and others told me there was no
cause for the shooting.
At 10 o'clock next morning an Indian po
liceman found my son James still alive , and
made a bed for him and built a fire. At 12
o'clock Mr. Wells went after him with a
team and found him dead and the bedding
stolen. They said there was blood all around
the woodpile , showing that James had been
out after wood. When wo dressed him for
burial we found ho had been shot three
times in the head and once in the right arm ,
which was broken , The death shot was un
doubtedly gl\en when they stole the bed
Mr. Wells Is an old scout and Interpreter ,
and lost his nose in a nand to hand fight
with one of Big Foot's band during the battle -
tlo of Wounded Knee. His wife is an In
dian school teacher. To these , as well as to
Captain Brown and the Indian police who
accompanied us , I wish to return thanks for
myself and Mr. Kelly. CLAKK BACON.
The police who went with Mr. Bacon were
Austin Hed Hawk , Joshua Medicine Elk ,
James Dismount Thrice , Grover Short Bear ,
Joseph Short Pine , Asa Pumpkin Seed , Noah
Bcar-in-Woods and Frank Cross.
Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's Little
Earl } ' Kisers is a misfortune. These little
pills regulate the liver , cure headache , dys
pepsia , bad breath , constipation and bilious
The service offered by the Burling
ton's 4:50 : p. m. train for Denver is a per
fect combination of fast time , magnifi
cent equipment and smooth track.
The next time you go west take the
"four-fifty , " it'll land you in Denver nt
7 a. m. sharp , on time.
Ticket office , 1223 Farnam st.
has proven an Infallible
specific for all derange
ments peculiar to tbo
female M i.such as chronlo
womb and ovarian dis
eases. If token in tlmo It
regulates and promotes
healthy action of all f unc
tions of the generative
organs. Young ladles at
the age of puberty , and
_ _ _ . - . older onei at the meno
pause , jrfll findln it t treallnc , teething tonic.
The hlchest recommendation * from promi
nent pbydciina and tlwwa who have tried It.
write for book "To Women , " mailed tree , flold
by all drufrgUts. ArurxmIlroctATOBCo-
proprietors , Atlanta , Oa.
SUES < t CO..Solicitors.
Boo Bnilding : , Omaha , Nol
< reanExamloenU. a Pat Office. Advice fret
PENSIONS ! CLAIMS !
OMAHA AIR COOP EXOI'CII
Advised to Oo to Colorado for Mountain
Air to Cure Consumption , but Mrs.
Shank Dots Well at Homo.
Mr * Marv K. Eliunk llrr nt l foVvmnnst. .
South Urn lia. Her biiii'mnd li In cliarKe of
tliu lanl department at Hwlft' pucklns liooso.
Mrs. Shnnt Is nn active memberof the South
Otnnhn M. K church iina lior recent rcc-jvcry
from what seemed n ( ntil : timladr la a thenio
for comment and congratulation nrnong n
wide clrcto ot earnest friends. This li how
she UlUnboutlt !
"When 1 applied to On. Copelanil and Shco-
nrd for treatment , a few months nco. the
chances for recovery ccomcd m > ill. 1 did not
expect to zot well. In fact , my family histo
ry , as well m my svmiitnxm , were all aselnst
mo. My father dlod of coniutnptlonnt the
ncoof : tl. and his whole family before him dlod
of tlie sauio dtseasu In southern Ohio. My sU-
tcr also dlod , at the size of 3of tuborciilur
dljoane thut Is old fashioned consumpllonr
Ho when I bOiZQii to fiiil-ju l us my s's-
tcr had done 1 hard > % * liad the cour-
KO to trr for liolp. Mr fnentls Bald 1
had consumption nnd I Ibutizht so too.
A bad cou li. chills , fever , no nppctlte.
wcaknt'u. palpitation of tbo licarl tlicso
wore nil present. My luncs felt sorj nnd tlzht.
It seemed hxrd to breathe at all except In tbo
open air. Mv limns r.ittloJ. My lircalh wus
shorl Juit like my sister \vbo died of con
MRS. MAIIV n. ? IIASK. 1 = 09 WVMAX-ST.
"A physIcUn In South Omaha cave little en-
couraRcrnoat , saying It wis : .1 c lllcal ca unnd
in vised mo to solo Colon do. This I would not
lo and I was then ad vised lo use cod liver oil.
L h-ivo scun so imtny Inns suliorcr- * weaken
\nd die under snoh treatment thut I had no
faith In Itat all , und then 1 rc-olvoJ todo what
my hus'iand bad Ions been ur lni : consult
Drs. Cooeland und hcpard. I was ihrn so
weak I could hnrdly KOI to tholr ofllce. Dr.
Shepard sild : my cnso was one of hronctiiulca
tarrh , and ho said lib couirt cure in-i and wont
rlzht to work. The rned.cation scctnod to RO
it once to the very bottom of my lungs , clear-
° IIE them out and very soon the tightness nnd
jorcno-s were cone. I stoaill.y Improved ev
ery day a little until I um now so strong and
well that 1 know I ha vo u llrtn and lasting hold
on coed health. I'ears of consumption are no
longer In my mind. I am tliauKful Ibat I was
cured right at homo without bavin ; to po to
Colorado or any other dlstint place. 1 feel
th it I can'tsay pnouzh In pralso of my treat
ment and am sending nallonts to Dts. Cope-
atul and Shepard rUnt along. I will cheer
fully confirm this testimonial personally to
any one who may call on rno. "
Sore Eyes and Failing Sight.
MIIS. Jl'MA JOHNSON , I'llKLl'd , MO. ,
was brought to Orft.Cnpelaud and Shepurd by
" TdiumhliT,3Ir .IU'ttu ThomnH , I'lO.Jack-
u-sr. , Uninhii. Mr .Johiiftoii gay * : "I am
( > O years old nnd nuverexpected to lie so well
IIH I niu today. I'lirnlonir time I luiil cutnrrh
of the IIOHO und oje , HIT imse , lips nnd fare
\vere poisnncU by nn ncrlil ilisclinrzo that
en inn from my head. It was foul nnd oll'cn-
lvu to inn nndevery one that CUIIIP noarinn.
.My eyes lliutlly c < > t NO roil nnd lnllainrd that
I was In < ( litrc-H < ftaynnil nlRht. I.l lit made
ino imiillR wltli | ialti. 'My Ktclit lilurrcil ami
and sleadlly fnlled till 1 expected Ititipciitne
totally lillntl. . .Myliealtlivaspoitrand I liatl
no Idea that n euro could po4lhlj come to
lie. Hut l > ra Ccipeland und bliepurcl linve
done ivondprt fur nip. I am In splendid
rill th ( mil CMII see to sow on buttnnn without
lasses loiiirtlilnp I could not do for years
betorr. My pypH are 114 well and rlear as a.
child' * . My ratnrrhul troubles are nil re
lieved nnd 1 rpjolceat the perfect results I
have found. My hoarlng , ivhlcli before treat-
incut wa very dull. In nlno restored. My life
lias been prolonged nnd made rrorth thellv-
Intr by ttiPHe iiliyAlctatid , and they rlcblyde-
m-rve all tliepralsH lean ctvo them and more
ROMS nil AND 312 , NEW YORK LIFE
HUILDING. OMAHA. NEB.
peclaltln * : Oatarrli. nnd all diseases of
tie ! Eye. Ear. Throat and Lunzs : Nervous Uls-
oasosSkln Diseases , Chronic Diseases.
OHlco Hours : D tullo. m.to 5 p. m. ; 7 to
8 p. m. Sunday 10 a. m. to 12 m.
CAN BE CUBBD.
If Dr. Schonck's treatment and euro ot Con
sumption were something now and untried ,
people mlcht doubt : but what bat proved H-
eolf through a.record 03 old as our grand fath
ers , monnsjust what It Is
A Specific for Consumption
and tar all diseases of the Lunga. No treat
ment In the world cnn place so many uerma-
nent cures of Consumption to Its credit as Dr.
Scbenuk's. Nothing In Nature acts so directly
and effectively on tbo lung membranes and
tissues , nnd so quickly disposes of tubercles ,
congestion. Inflammation , colds , coughs and
all the seeds of Consumption as
Dr.Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup
When all else falls it comes totne rescue. Not
until It falls , and only after faithful trial.
When any one desponu. It has brought tbo
liopeless to llfu and health. It has turned tbe
despair of ton thuusann homes Into joy. It
Is doing It now. It will continue to do It
throuzhout tne ages. Dr. Schneli' I'racttcal
Treatitenn Coiitu-nptlan , htver and stomach DU-
tatu inallulfrte tn all oppl/c.ui/n.
Dr. J. 11. Schtnck it Son. P/irtad'tphfn , 1U ,
BEWARE OF QUACKS AND FRAUDS
AltVMyt ask to
ace their cre
dentials. See if
ther have a
rlcht to pmc-
tlce lu Neliras-
ka , hrelflliey
jare principal *
acenta. Go to
onlce and see
it iheyare rec-
Drs. Searles & Searles
nit. F. L. SK.VltII > . ConstiHlnff Surgeon.
Graduate of Hush Medical College. ( tOX-
SUI.TATIO.V I'KEEj. 1'jr the treatment of
CHRONIC , NERVOUS
XVo euro Catarrh , All Diseases of the
Note. Throat. Chest. Stomach , Bow-els
Blood , Skin and Kidney Diseases ,
Female Weaknesses , Lost Manhood
ril.ES , FISTULA. F1J3UKK. perramnontlr curel
ffllhout the CM of knife , ligature or uuitla
All malidle * of a prlvmla or delicate nature , of
ellheriex , poiltlvelr cure.1.
Tall on or addr * > , wlia ( tamp for ClrcuUri , Fret
Book aad llrclpci ,
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rolling pins. ? > U month salary and expenses , or 33
per cent commission. Good side line. If you want
i Job. write. Sand stn-np for reply. Chicago liaklnic
I'owderCo. , 757 Van Uuroa street , Chicago.M403
M403 KJ1 *
B-WANTKI ) . LAUOHKIIS KOK TIIK I1LATK
Hills. Call nt Scandinavian Employment ODIeo
today , No. 193 South lOlh sU. nortu end of via luct.
B-TUAVELINO BALUSMBX TDSEI.L ItAKlNG
powder. (75 month salary and expenses or 20c
commission. Steady employment , experience un
necessary. If you want a position hero Is a chanca.
f. M. ( Jbemlcal Works , SIO to SIS Van Iluren ,
Chicago. MU7 ( ;
BANT YOUNG MAN OUT or'WOIIK WILL IX )
well to call at 151G Douglas street. MS1S m
B-YOUNG MAN. l > 0 YOU WA.ST A POSITION
that pays upwards to tl.BOJ per year ? For lull
particulars address Sterling bllror Co. , Chicago ,
111. MS < M2-
- AND HOC 'KN ON THE B. & M.
extension In South Dakota. Steady work ; froa
pass. Kramer iO'lloarn. labor ruency. an S. lllh
st.B WANTED , A KIIlST-CLApB CIGAIl SALES-
man. ono who Is personally acquainted with the
Nebraska trade : none other need apply ; a good
salary to tbcrlgut man. Address , A 22 , care Omaha
Use. M331 21
B-WANTED. 2 GOOD IIAHNKSSMAKEItS , NO
others need apply. Schmlti & I'anhorit ,
Wymore. Neb. SJ331
- , S FIIIST CI.A&S COATMAKEUS
B-WANTKD makers. New York' tailor , Alliance.
Neb. - MJ5SJI-
B-WANTK'D. misT CLA S SHOK SALESMAN
for ralsses * and children's department at A. D.
Morse's , llthand Farnam moots. . . 411 SO
- WANTKD TO TAKE CIIA11GK OK
oven ; town , WO. 9. i. Corner , Greelcy
Center , Ncbr. " . J M4SJ 26'
B-T1LK SETTEUS , KKKP AWAY FROM DKN-
ver : there Is trouble herd. Tile Setters union
of Denver , Colo. - . 4W15-
T > -WANTKD. A KIHST Cf/ASS'MAN TO TAKE
JJchargeofn gents furnishing department and do
the buying in a retail dry good * , bouse. Address
U13. Dee . 4M20
B-WANTED. A COACHMAN , -AI'I'LY AT HESI-
dcnce , 821 I'lnc st. Dr. HancneU. 4S-l
1WANTED. . COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER ,
B 1- fill temporary position , ' -McCord-Hrady Co.
TJ-TRAVEL1NO MEN CAN SECURE AN ORDER
-Dfrora every customer for onnapeclnlty : pocket
sample ; blgcommlsslonr amoothest eldo llDe out ,
and a positive accommodation to dealers. Address
U 1C , Ilee. HUH 26 *
- . A MAP DRAUGHTSMAN. Ad
dress loxS3) , Omaha.
T > -GOOD , FIRST-CLASS COLORED BARBER AT
IJArcude barber shop. S1M8
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
CWANTED. . GIRL FOll HOUSEWORK ; SMALL
vyfamllr. Mr . II. D. Noely , HOi Hamilton street.
- , LADIES AND GIRLS , WE PAY
you from 11.00 to IIO.CO per we k to work for ns
at your own home ; no painting or canvassing.
George K. Kmmons & Co. , corner llatterymarchand
Water streets. Boston , Mass. -M450 23
- MAKERS WANTED AT 100,1 DODGE
FOB BENT HOUSES.
- HENT , UOUriES IN AI.U I'AKTj OK
D-FOIl The O. K. l > avls companr , 1MJJ Farnam U
-FLATS. mVBl.LIX8 COTTAQKS IN ALL
parti of the cltr. Kllkeacj 3t Co. , til lia.rbi.ch.
\-KLEVKN KOOM IIOOV'K. PAHT1.V KUH
/nlshcd. Inquire at 1919 Dodze st. . _ MS07 VH
- RENT. TWO 6-ROOM COITAGES ON
D motor. Call at soutuwest cor. 9ta and Douirlsa.
D-MARCil 1ST. CUOICE HOME. GOOD LOCA-
tlon , all modern conveniences , with barn , t
rooms , nice lawn. A food opportunity for rlcht
party to rent or buy on good terms , owner leaving
city. Address X 41 Bee. ' -OJ
\-STEAM 1IKATED FLATS , K1LK1NNEY * CO ,
/JU2 Karback block 3V )
- - COTTAGES , STANFORD CIttCLH ,
D new , modern. C. S. Klgutter , l Ilee bldg. 311
D -LARGE LIST HOUSES. PAUL , 1 CM FARNAM
MJ7J M1C >
-COTTAGE , S3D AND CLARK. INQUIRE 1123
D 'Jackson. ' -M-TO
D-FOR RENT. NF.W 1MIOOM nOL'SE. KU
also 10-room house. 'UStl Capitol avenue. Al
modern. Call 25 Capitol avenue. B. 11. lloblson
D-7-HOOM HOUSE , ALL MODERN , LARGE
yard , shade treci , near Hanscom park , 125 per
month Inquire R 19 , Darker block. J'.X )
FOB BENT FUBNISHED BOOMS.
-ROOMS. BOARD IF DE:1RED.933 \ Dod
M 13C MS-
T7-LARGE AND SMALL SOUTH ROOMS. 2454
IJHarncy. MM923 *
17-3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR ItOUSEKEEPING
i-itot man and wife. Rent tixcn In board. S13 N
17th. ( ShJ
FUBNIBHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
- PLEASANT FUlNlIICn AND NKUR-
nlshed rooms , Kl N. IVlb , wilh or without board.
- YOUNG WOMBS'i HOME UNDER GARB OK
Woman's Chrlslan ajsoclatloa.,111 So. 17th st.
i . SID
DOLnN , V AND Jll N' ' ISTU BV
l-rOR RENT. WITH HOARD , FURNISHED
JL rooms , ! California street. > M4UI-I4 *
17 NIOKLT FURNISHED ROOMS W1TI1 J1OARD
1 at the Webster , 51ft and SIS N. ( lUh st , 4181C
I7-FURXI3HBO ROOMS AND 'FIRST-CLASS
-L board for three or four gettOcmen. 1P4 Far
namst. ' 41920 *
F- NICELY FURNISHED ' ROOMS WITH
board at r > St. Marysavennoo M419 2 > j *
FOB BENT STOBE8 AND OFFICES
f-ON'ETFOUR-STORY IIRICIT lluiLDING FEET
-Iwldo. lunilarney st. J 754
T-FOR RENT. THE 4-STORY li ICK IIUILDING
-I'JIC Karnsra L The balldlnz bbs dreproof ce
ment basement , oomptele steam heating fixtures
water on all tbe Boors , gas , etc. Apply at the
office of The Dee. VIO
T HALF OF STORE , 1304 FAUNAM STREET
1 Inquire Hat store. M4t 2i
T-riOO TO t2JO.OO CAN 11E MADB MONTHLY
I working for U. F. Johnson 4 Co. , No. J So. llth
St. , Richmond. Va. M8K. M2
J-UU ) TO fi.OO A DAY. IIJ.M OUTFIT KREE.
Work year round for maa or woman. Write a
once , r.xcelslur Portrait House , 44 N. Hark Pi.
J AUENTS INVESTIGATE. FINK BlDK LINE
Rapid sellers paying article Rsolf. Williams i
Cu.'lopeko , Kan. MK II *
-AGENTS TO SELL OUR NURSERY STOCK ,
I salary or coinmlislon paid weekly. Address May
llros. , nursery men , llochvsler , K. Y , JI4J6 J2 *
WANTED TO BENT
Tf-SMALL FURNISHED MODERN HOUsK , MAN
-ivnnd wtfej reftrcnccs. Address 11.14 , IUe.
WAITED TO BENT.
K WANTED , DESK IK HIM AND DISPLAY
window ; grnund door. Address ststlnu lorntlon
and term * . A W , llw. 4M 21 *
K-WANTED 1IYMAN AND WIFK TWO UNFUR-
nlshnl rooms , central la house , flril class. Ad
dress n l.V Ilee. 4 * K *
L-"ENTIRE PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVKS TO
rental property Charres r * * . onable. 4 yesm' or.-
'erloncr. ' ( J. F Hulls. I * ) S. ITlh ire t AA2-F2I
M-DONT HTolTE HOUSE HOLDGOUDB WITH-
out seflne our storage department It Is the
best. Omaha stove Repair Works.lAli Donglas.7M
M STORAGE FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS !
clean and cheap rates. R. Wells. Hit Farnam.
WANTED TO BUY.
"V" CASH roil KUUSlTt'llK HOlVXKllOtit )
1' goods , etc. . or will sell for owner In uur auction
sales. 11 Wells 111 ! Tarnaiu. itt
V-t'OMKS WA.VTKa 10 SADDLE I'CMKS
-i ' Kiuml and fnU Inquire Tuesday. Ilopnrk A
1'roctor. Jlln and Clark street" . M473 3d'
-l TO IIUY rVIl CASH. A ( K'OIl
-L sound venllp horse about 7 years old. weigh
1ZWJ , good traveler. Biti North Itllh. MI'S-'M
V--\VANT TO Ilt'V STOCK OF OUOCEH1KS IN
. ' or near Omaha. HoxSvi , Avoci , la. MMA If
"V WANTKD. A OOO1) MILK COW Al'I'LV It.
-L > J. Grant U. I' , machine shop. MWi a *
N'-WANTKI ) . TO MfY & OK 6 SK < TIONS OK
land In SediHiwIckcounty. Colorado , must bo
smooth and cheap fur rash. 11. K. Ualley..uD Now
York Life building. Omaha , M.VJI u <
FOR SALE-FUBN ITXTBE
0 - SALE. OKFICK KUIIN1TLMIK , UESKS.
chairs , typewriters , etc. 633 N. Y. Life llnlldlng.
0 , I'lUVATK BALK OF FUIINITUIIK , 1010 HAH-
ney. ; ' .
FOB SALE-HOBSES WAGONd ETC.
SALK , A 1IANUSOMK I'AlIl OK I1LACK
- horses ; perfectly sound and gentle Can bo
seen at r.1) < California strict. .Mill K'
FOB - - -
Q-l'-K SALK. TJJE llUli'K THAT IS TAKKN
out of the County hospital. Inquire of the
foreman at tlia hospital. _ JI'.W
Q KOll SALE , A SECOND HAND , -Si HollSK-
power Woodhury engine and two 43 horsepower
boilers , all In good order. Not neoJIni : them In
our new location we will sell them at n bargain.
Omaha Printing company. No. liWJ t'arnani st.
IHKSTANIJAUDCATTLh CUMl'ANt OFFKK
haled hay at Km per ton. nn board cars at
Ames , iieb. ' 1 his price may ba withdrawn at nny
\-.NK\V FIHU-PIIOOF SAFE CHEAP. A Si. 1IKU.
i .MK3M 1U-
KOHSALE GOOD SECOND HAND STKHLING
uupiiinnllc blryclo at a bargain. C. A. Atkins ,
Council lllufs , In. \ITI7 M3
Q -FOll SALE OK TllADU ; ONE ACKK WITH
hennery. Address R,5m Center street. Omaha.
- ' OF G-IIOOM KLAT. VEilY
cLeip : must be told at onco. Third Moor. 2117
Farnam street. Miu5 M
Q-fo.OOO TO I10.0X ) WILL UUY CONTROLLING
Interest In small banks located at county seats
lu largest and most prosperous counties In North
Dakota : buslnos already established , money loans
on short time well secured ; | > a | > cr at4to50 per
cent per annum ; owner has been In business In
> ortb Dakota 10 years ; only reason for sMlluz Is
that other business requires his time ; county rapIdly -
Idly developing : good opening for smart man with
moderate capital. Address "M , " caru National
bank of North Dakota , Fargo , N. D. MMCJ22'
- DESIRAIILE IMPROVED FAUMS FOIt
; iJ acres In Douglas Co. , 13 miles west of Omaha.
430 acres In Washington Co. , 12 miles north uf
For prices and terms apply to W. B. Mlllard ,
Omabo , Neb. M513 MI'.l
WAlillhi ; , ' cirAIIlVOYANT ,
reliable business medlumtirih year at 119 N. ICth.
- . DR. M.LEGUAVE , I'ROI'UKTESS. DEUD
trance clairvoyant and life reader ; tells your
life from cradle to grave : cm be consulted on all
aRalrsof life ; has the celebrated Egyptian breast
plate to nnlte tbo separated nnd cause marriage
with one you lore , tome one come all and uecoh
vlnccd of her remarkable powera. Office and rest-
dnnco417 : % IlUiat-.hounil a m. to'J p. m. Strict
life chart and photo of your future wife or hus
band aont through mall for te.0) , chart alone , } 1JM.
All letters containing I conU In stamps uromutly
answered. Mir21-uil *
MASSAGE. EATH , ETC.
rp-MASSAGB TREATMENT , ELKCTllO-THKR-
.1 mal baths , scalp and hair treatment , manlcuro
and chiropodist. Mrs. Post.319 } S ljth.Wltb.Doll blk.
MADAME SMITH. UK 3. I5TH , 2ND FLOOR ,
Room 3. Massage , alcohol , sulphur andsea baths.
rp MSIK. CAHB'JN , 1151 DOUGLAS STREET , 3D
J-floor , room T , massage , alcohol , sulphur and ton
JT-1K YOU EARNESTLY INTEND TO MARRY
U quick , well , honorably , send lOc for Matrimonial
News-Mercnr , mailed In plain scaled envelope.
Mercur.2233th st. . New York. ' "JimlJ'
\r-Q. F. GKLLKNUKCK.BANJOTEACHEB. N. Vf.
v cor. ttlh ana Uarney. Uaroey street entrance.
\T UAIIHY WILLIAMS OU1TAK AND II AN JO
' teacher , 1G23 Farnam street , Iloom 1.M8C8MI1
V MME. LAS3AUGUK 1IA3 AIUUVKD. APPI.I-
v cations for concerts or vocal Inilruc.lon to 1'JOC
Capitol avenue. JJ4TG 2C *
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
\\r LOWEST''KATES.FIDELITYTRUST ' COM
II panr. 1702 Farnam slrcel. 775
ir MO.NBY TO LOAN ON 1MPUOVKB CITY
T property , low rales. A. C. Kroit , Dougas blk.
\\r-l ANDS YEAH LOAN'S ON C'lTY AND FAIIM
' i mortgages. Head & belby. 3 < l lioard of Trade.
\\T MOXKYTOLOAN AT LOWEST KATE3 Of
ii Improved and unimproved real citato , ItoS
years. Fidelity Trust CO , 1703 Farnam. 77J
-\\T CE.NTHALLOAN AT11USTCO. DEK BLDG.
> < 77i
\V AXT1IONY LOAN ANI1 TKUsT CO , 318 N. Y.
' Life , lends at low rales for choice secnrltv on
Nebraska or luwa farms or Omaha cltr property.
\\r C. F. HAUI11BON , SUN. Y. LIFE.
\V MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST HATES.
' > TheO. F. Davis Co. , 1503 Farnam street. 7tK
\\T WANTKD AT ONCE , I/JANS ON IMPROVED
li Crnaha propertv : low rates. Fidelity Trust
company 17W Furnimst. 77U
\IT-WASTEU. LOANS , HOUSES TO KENT AND
Insurance solicitor. Ueo. W. 1 * . Coates. 16U
Farnam. -M J
\V-OMAHA IXJAN & TKUST COMPANY. IOTH
l and Douglas , loans money on ctly and farm
properly at low rates of Inlerest. M3U3 Ml !
\\r-MONKY TO IXAN. tJJOO PHIVATK EAbT-
' > ern money , on Improved U naha or Co. UluRs
real prlnte : one or more loans. Address A , II C ,
care of carrier No. II , Omaha. 353
\\r MOKTOACJE 1OANS LESS THAN 7 PKll
v cenl , Including all cbarites.
Charles W. llnlnoy. Omaha Nat , bank bldg. 76i
\\r-FlllsTJtSECOND MOHTGAUB LOAN'S ON
'I Omaha properly & on farms In adjacent coun-
llct. Send fulldescrlptloa. AlexMGora.101 lcebld .
\V-LOANSON1MPIIOVED AND UN1MPHOVED
ii city property , f.t.000 and uuwards.H to 7 percent.
No delays. W. Farnam Smith i Co..15th and Uarney
\Tr LOANS , a. a. WALLACE , 91 : BHOWN ULK.
> > 767
\\r-OllAHA SAVINGS HANK MAKES LOANS
ii on realoitate al lowest ror.rkel ralps. Luans
made la small or large suiut for sborl or long lime.
.No commission Is charged and the loaqi arc not
sold la the east , bill can always be found al the
hank on the corner of 13lb and Douglas streeu
\V 7 PKK CKNT MOXKV NET TO DOllllOWKIW
li on Omaha city property. J o exira charges of
any kind. Why pay high rates ? Money Is cheap.
You can get full benefit of low rales from Globe
Loan and Trust Co. , ICth and Dodge. 7Uj
\\r-MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA AND CO UNit -
it ell Ilium real estsle and Nebraska and Iowa
farms alf | rom SHto CH per cent lntereitwthno | addi
tional charges for commissions or nttoruuri fees.
W. U. Melkle. 1st Nafl bank bldg , Omaha. M
O YLES 4 U AII B , DK A LE RS IN T YP
All makes bouxbl , sold , exchanged , rented.
N. Y. Llfw lildg. Tel. M. 1S7 JI'J
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
A" MONEY. 30 , U , 90 DAYS. CHEAP RATES
vaudessy payments , on furniture , pianos , live
stock , etc. . without delay or publicity , cash oa
hand. Dun Green , room a. Uarber block. T'8
X WILL 1/JAN MONEY ON ANY KIND OK 9E-
cur Ity : strictly confidential A. E. Harris. 10
Karbick block. ' ? U >
V PRITl 11AIID.51 DOL'ULAS BLK. Iti i DODGE
-J. E. VAN GILOKR , RXJ7 , OMAUANATL IIK
M1M Mil *
MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS
V-CALL ATI UK OFF1CK O
OMAHA M011TOAOK LOAN 00. !
" "iKKOU WANT MO.Vrir.
You can borrow oa
IIOU.XRIIOLD Fflt.MrUUK AND PIANOS.
UOKMtt. WAIlo.S * AND CAUIUAUK-t ,
WAKBHOU. K KKrKIPTA MKKUtlANDlSK.
OH ANY oritKH SECUUITY
Wo will lend you any amount
from f lain ) to I P.W.Q.
ON TIIK DAY YOU ASK FOR IT
without publicity or removal of property.
You can pay Ibe raonny back In any nmounlt
you wish , and al any lime , and pact ) payment t )
made will re-luce the cost uf the loan.
llemorobor thai you havi lh ussof betS tba
properly and the money , and pay for It only as
long as you k0ep It.
Therp will be no expense or chargs kept out
of the nmoiiul wanted , bill you will receive lha
full Kmount of Ilia loan.
Heforo borrowing elsnnhere call nnd sea ui
and you will nnd u greatly to t jur a IrantAiJ.
OMAHA MOIITIJAC.E LOAN CO. .
SKSIIt'TH ISI'll STKKKT.
flrst floor nbovo the slreet.
THKOI.DKST. LAIOKsr ANH ONLY INCOK-
POIIATKD 1XJAN COMPANY IS OMAHA.
-I'O YOU WAST MO.NUV
Till ! KII1KUTY LOAN ( H'AUA.VTKrt CO. ,
IIOOXl I , W1TIINKLL It LUCK.
8l9tt SOUTH liTIl , COItXKH HAIlXliV ST.
Wi : MAKK LOANS ON FUI.M1 l'.K. HOHSK < .
CAHiiiAiu : . WAiiKiiocfti : iicrnii'Td on run-
9O.VAI. 1'1101'KinV UK ANY KIND.
/ WILL / DO WKLL / TO /
/ ( ALL /OK /Ul riBST / TOU. /
OUH TKHMS WllL MKKT tOl'lt AI'l'KOV A U
You ran pay the money barn at any tlmo nod In any
amount you wish , nnd thai reduce Ihe cost of carry
ing the loan in proportlou to amount you pay.
IF VOU one a balanreon your furniture orntbcr
perional property of any kind , wo will pay It off fur
ro-J and carry It an lonii as you deMre.
YOU CAN I1AVK YOiK ; .MONKY IX ONK IIOUII
FUOM TIIF. T1MK YOU MAKK At'l'LlrATIOX.
No publicity or removal of propertv , 00 that you
pet the use of both money and property.
You will also nnd us In from i to 9 p.m "JO
V-TOI * SAL15 , KBTAIL MKAT S1AUUKT ;
1 flrfl-class location : cash salu > IJ5 per day. Ad
dress W 7. lee. M9
V TIIK WKSTKKN lil'SINRriSOKSCY. . IIS X.
JY. . Life , conluds n Kt-nrral business exchanzc.
List of Rood business cliancjs In all part * of the
country on application. Dullness positions ss-
enrol. MM 7 ra
. ONLY niiL'ti sroiiK is TOWN.
Ix > s of hvallh c u o of selling. It will bu KUjd
plncu for a doctor. Address A 2J , lieu oQlce.HI
HI M 8
\T HKUK IT 19. ASXAPPUIli : . TIIK LKADIXU
I saloon In ono of the best towns In Nebraska fur
sale. If you nro a saloon man und out of business
lnvcstl ate this. Address lloom 212 , McCneue
Hide. . Unmb.i. MW.i
V-rOll SAI.n. A MUST CLASS JO1I AXI ) NKWS
-1- paper office , well located , well olablishod job
trade ; paper well pnlroniled : circulation ( XTJ : wcl 1
equipped planl and peed business building ; don't
write unless you have M.OUU to pay down : property
secures balance. For further particulars address
Jno. It ( ialey. real estate. Creston , Neb. 414-11.
\r-KOIl SALE KOU CASH , fT.iOO STOCK OK GKN-
oral merchandise and More Sztures. Will sell
cheap : reasons. Ill health. Inquire uraddressll.
A. Ugtcrloh. Hooper , Neb. MIS. 2T'
V-f'OU 3ALK. ONLY IIOTKL AM ) liKTAtTUANT
1 Incroolne Nebrnvka town of GOO Inhabltanta ,
reasonable tprms. Address Williams i Harrows.
St. Kdward. Xob. : UJ it ; '
\r ts.ooo nuY * CONTUOLI.IXO INTKUKST ix
an Incorporated stnto bank located In count )
! "eat " of ono of the lartenlcountlc * In > orth Ijakota
No competition , llo-t desirable corner In town ,
( iood fafe protected by Yule time lock , JlS.aw to
tJOUU : can boused to pay 11 to Hi per cent per
annum. Onner has been In business In Dnkota 1U
yearj. Itcason for selling , other business dcmends
nil his tlnje. Uno opening for energetic man with
limited capital. Address "M , " care of National
bank of North Dakota , Kargo. N. 1) .
V-.WO HAKDWAllK bTO-K , IlirTLKIl CO. .
l. ea y terms , Yan ration , Business Kic'innre ,
Hoard Trade. J1SI2
y CI.KAXSrotK UPUKNEltALM'U'S'K : WILL
/Jtake real estate & money. Uox ? J3 , Frankfort Ind
r/-4S3 ACHKs OF Ci.KAlt LAND IN ONK Or
/Jtbe best winter wheat districts In Kansas to ex
change for 1U or yj acre tract near Omalm city
limits. Will pay cash dlfTerenco If property is
cood. Address , elYlni ; price and location , O 2 < J , Ilee
offices. . ' SOi
Z-IOW.V IUO FAIIMSIN NKUUASKA. KANSAS
& Ilnkola. Will sell cheap , ur eichniu-w for
mds .horses and cattle. Add. box TO. Fran fort.nd. !
rfOfftt ACltKS OF SCHOOL LAND FOK 8ALB OX
AJoasy terms or will cxcuatiye for merchandise and
stock. Inquire of J. (1 Suttun , llloomaeld. Neb ,
V FOB TKADK FOK LAM > 3 AND OASI1. A
/-/clean stock of ccneral merchandlsa. AdJress
R. W. Watklns & Co. . Frankfort. Ind. STS-tnt *
Z--I HAVi : IKJUI ) IIL'ILDINU L'lT. SIST AM )
Franklin (51WI ( ) , for small stock of merchandise
In city or country. K. U. SVlllett , south Oioaha.
. llY G.VJD3 , 1IATA CAI'd ,
shoes , notion * , etc. . lor desirable No-
iirnika land. Address Ford i 1'jck , htroimburk' ,
Nob. MSG9 Mil *
y-OOOI ) OMAHA EQU1TIK. ' To KXCI1ANC.E
/Jfor Nebraska land. 2I231C aue Uldf. M3I1
Z Fins r CLASS UHICK IIOTKL. IMIICK , ns.ooi ; .
Incnmberedforl5XX ( ) , Leased for t'JQO per year :
for laud or city property. SOI K. 10th , Omaha.
y FOll LAND AND CASU. A CHOICE li.OUU
/-/stock of dry goods , clolhlnc , etc. . In KOOd > hap < ;
a coed openlni ; for a business man. Box 41 , Co
y WHATGOOU I'ltOI'EItTY HAVK YOU TO KX-
/Jcbaiific. Send description , Ale r. Moore , 401 Itee
' FOB SAIE--BEAIj ESTATE.
and crapes. 4K miles of P O. , f3j.UJ per aero ,
easy payiuent. ! > acres on 41th t , t-li > J. terms
e.isy J. 11. Parrotte. 22 Donzlas block. MU30-M )
0 ACHES IN OXK-ACUK I/JTS. NKAlt SOUTH
t omaha.vlll bo placed upon the mark t March l.'ith.
No mortcaKes or tales upon luU property , abstract
free. Within 15 minutes ride to ' 'Ith and N streets ,
Healtbjr location , coed residence place , flntt chance
to raise vegetables , poultry , cte. Terms cany. Per
sons A Ilcrrr. South Omalm. 312 > i3 |
CASH WILL SKCUIIK ICO ACUiS HllsT
' .Tclass land In eastern Nebraska , balance loni ;
time , 6 per cent Interest. The O , F. Davis Co. . IWi
rarnanist. 1'Ji M 10
| ? 0ll BALK. HOUSHS AND LOTS AT PUICK.S
Land on terms tnat defy competition. Call at.
or address , 212 McCauuo bldtf. before you pur
\\TK AUK SOLK AGENTS XB DKCIDKI ) ( Mil
ii talus which we can recommend as bclnj rery
desirable as nell as Terr chuapi ono fourth cash.
Full lot at itb and Arbor vtrocts. ontrjlio.
Well looted lot. lle.Hord Place , for t l.
Klecant South Omaha lot. DjiliJ , snap. till.
Fine corner. Orchard Hill. f i.
Choicest lot In Wulnnt Hill , trees , etc . ! ! .OR
Most desirable lot on Lowe avenue. K.KM.
lluslness lot on South JJlh , worth II.OW. for ll.K .
lleautlful modern homes can bo secured In onr
new Arondalu Prk. Intldo mile limit , at trom ll.'JJJ '
tot4XJU ( Come ana sen us.
Fidelity Trust Co. , 1KB Farnam. MBli fii
LKGAST COCXUIt FOll UKjIlltfXCtf , 131 FT.
sq . 113.0.0 : handsome residence. ft. lot. IIS.O } ) ;
tine farm 12 miles out , Ji.WJ. F. K. Darltni ; . Marker
block. Mb IT
GEE WHIZZ ! K.SJO IIUYSS-ltOOM HOUSi : . FULL
cast front lot , Hanscom place , north uf Woolworth -
worth are. : "gobbler. ' ' I ) . V. Wholes Co. , First
Nafl bank. 41127 *
OKSALK.2.W CHOICE IOWA ANU NEIIUASK A
farms. If yon wish to buy. soil or borrow money
on farms , writ * or call. Hoggs Jt Hill , Omaha.
Neb. Ill IIj
. tO.UW ACHKS OF CHOICE FAIIM LANDS FOK
Jitltt In Frontier , nosper. Dawson and Lincoln
counties. Neb. , at from fl to IIS par aero : eaiy
terms. H. II. Hanson , Kintli. Xeu. Mm Ml
rVK BALK--C-HOOM COT1ACK ONK HLOCK
L from motor and within walilcj : ulstanro of
buslners. Price 11TOO , lermi sasy. I ) . F. lli.u-bli.on.
llh.S. lith st. M40I 21
T AKM LANDS FOll SALfc-llfHTOX A IIAHVKY
-L of Orleoun. X b. , offer for sale over twalro thou
sand acres of their own lands In Frr-uklln , Harlan ,
Vurnsi. lied Willow. Hitchcock. Pl'elps , Uopher
and Frontier counties In Nebraska , and licpubllcan.
Hooks , Phillips. Norton , IVcitur , llawllns and
( .heyenne counties , Kansas , lylnirnrar lb Hurilnx-
ton. Rock Island and Central Krancb railroads.
Terms to suit purchaser * . We loaned fl 'jOMO on
farm lands and obtained title tommy tracts dur
ing the dvpresslon ot H few years ago. and nt such
Taluartonsas enable us to sell at very roasouable
prices. For price list descriptions , etc. . call on or
address lieo. W llurtno , Orlrans , Neb. , or A. K.
lUrrvy , Itoom * , Acadvinrof Music , Lincoln , Neb.
CORN LAND--TIIRHR AHE BTILT. A FEW
Ihousnnd acres of choice land lu Irio gresl Mis.
sour ) valley corn belt Hint ran bn bou > bi al from
13 W lo IIJ.W an acre. Charles Mix rvunly. Soulh
Dakota , contains the belt of these lands. Anex-
trnslvellstof farms for sala or rent In < barles Mix
I and Longlas counties Eleven rears a resldenl
I here. lteftr cie tlvtn. For maps and purllvu ars
' csU on or wril tu Irving H.Vtlch Edvurton ,
4-FAIIM INl"9iN"N _ _ . . _
V south lu'tots for s ln on long l'in . easy terns
i and low rat * of Iriterenl Ubcral cnrumlsilon lo
sgenls. J-uiiJ for calalogua. D. Hayes , Manager
I MuscailneMorlgss * and Trust Co. , room 2 , a'UHi
I bo. Hth stresu MiM Ull
TOR SALE KEAI * ESTATE
lN.il | . ALK CllKAI'-.V l . Al. W ( lit Irfl A-ItK
1 tarru nlrelr impr-teJ. I ) . K. Hutchison IH ( X
Uth st. AilM ; l
I'OH , MAI'lf , ljrMhillATHLv7NiFlTlTllll ( ANli
1 ilrr lot. net ! lu rornor. In laltor A ( ohb 1st
add to iath cninlin. for WTJ. half ea h. hslancn
on time. Address 1' , O. box 1U , KU Point. Muilh
Dakota. MIU3U *
'pllllKK ACKKS ( IAIU1H.N LAND. YNK | T IN
1 county : sUhtlr : onothlrd nsh , balance time.
K K. Harllng. liarltor block. > lie 11
l.tAHM LANDS 1111 8ALK.
L ' * ) near Coflmsn. M ) an aero.
H nesr Horence. t > 0 an aerr.
10 ne r KlorenM" . Hi an aere.
1SU near Irvlnitton. tluu an acre.
1VU neari'outh naiaha , in au scr .
M near -outh Omaha , IO in acre.
14 * nearDruaha. Ulan acre.
131 near Valler , lUnn acre.
551. Marvr muntr. Slfi an acre.
IM near MirlngUi-UI , II ! an acre.
J J npnr Sprliuni-hl II ) nn n-rc.
W near . < | irlnitnel < l. HO an acre.
lot tiv-nt raDllllon I 0 an aero.
C. K. llsrnxin.vi } Aow York Life. 151
1 O.-T VOirSIJ MIKIMIIMIII 1)IK ( . LOM ! 81I.KV
J Jlialr. light colorril. Hail collar ami chain when
la tvn Ilvturntu N. IM > II. 2Wt.Mi ) | . Liberal
I Toll Tol.K : IllliH SuTrKIl IUT < itrtl'T
Unlnc munlhs old. liulj In left ear. Liberal re
watd for return to UIU Corbv sU I'.11 SU *
i OS-T. lLv : l \ 7A cil AMiT > cifAi\ WITH
IJtinll pendant Klniler | ilea o return lo K-T la !
f'rnlarl . and receive rcwartl. | ; > J 10 *
f cnri.Mil.i ii MTTKII , MONTH ? . i.i > , KIS
lJ umh > . Imilr black anil whit > , head bmck white
auJ tan. yellow sputs over escn ere : leather col.ar.
nickel irlmnilnKs ititurn ami k'ct reward. Ittxini
IS Darker block Wl
nl.OOl ) I'OIS iN IN ITI'ltl.MAIlV. . SKCOSDAU.
1 * and erllarf staees c.ir > .l . lu t > J to UJ d ji ol
monor refundoi Thalr .tl'iiunl Ihor-jujlily or l
Icatcs all poison from ttio bio jj aa > l iloas nnl ilo-
talnjou from jour bnslnjsi. t'ouoii ha triiital
nl houie or otllca. All eorrti pondeics slrlctlr | irl
vale. For further Information call on or addreis
tliH ( k > ntlnental llcinoJr Co. room 53 , Barker block.
Omaha. Neb. . Mills r 21'
SHORTHAND AND TyiJE\VRITlNO.
oiioiniiANii iiv MAIL WITH ANY OK THK
' tandard typewriters al home , ( ireal ehanca for
thoi > either In rlty or c uintrj- who caunot all.-nd a
regulnr shorthand school. Adilrcss Van Sarit s
School of . > horthand. &M S Y Life , onnlri MX-I
. iii > , MONO nniiKKH , isa
f .HouElns st. Ixir.tn nmncr on diamonds , walrhes ,
etc. Old cold and silver botiiihl. 'luL laiij. I.VJ
T1IU IIKAI.TY M.VUKIIT.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record 1'obmary 'JO ,
C L Dolan to r I1 Klrkcndall , west 110
foot KoostPlace - t 25,000
KlIziilH-tb .Mllbourno ami husband to
M M Marshall , lot 10 , block 0. Je-
ninu1 park 10.000
II N Owollto Alex Parki-oti. lot 14.
blix-k 1 , Smith \Yllllliiiis-llb GOO
.Tolin Urlrnnil wlfo to Aus llahn , sJ !
lota , block \Vllcov add 300
Sami * to.lo-onh Homma , n'/i stmo. : . . DOO
K II KlmballtoT E Clark , lots 0 und
0. block 10 , Hi'd ford 1'laco 1,500
Panic to sumo , lot 0. block 10 , lot 11 ,
block 4 , Raine 303
\ \ T ( iralrini nnd wlfo to GcorKO
Walker , lot 3 , block "Y" , Slilnns
3d add 3,000
K K rabstoC'K Tabs. w > ilot 11 , block
'J4 , South Umaha 700
Atmim WliiKiird nnd wlfo to Alfred
Thomas lot 9 , lEuitlu's add to 1'latn-
K K Kcld and husband to J r Itarnard ,
north 13H feet of nli of we t C > 0 foot
ofi-ast 1JO foot , lot 7 , block 2 , Or-
olmnl HIM 0,000' '
C' I' Tali- and \vlfo to G K lli ck , w > ;
lots 11 and It ! , block 24ninth
I'aul Ni'lson nud wlfo to 11 1'Hanson ,
lot 1. block 17. HoydSndd BOO
A 1' Wood , tru > lco. to . ' A Perkins ,
block 24 icxci'pt 127.\3IO ( feet In sw
corner ) and block 22 , Howling CJrcou ,
Walnut Hill Ravines nnd Investment
company loS 1) Mercer , lots'21 and
22. nlock22 ; lots 10 und XI , block
23 ; lots 12 , 13.111(1 M , block 4 : lots
21 and 22 , block D , Walnut Hill 9,700
QUIT CI.AIXI ur.ED-5. ]
I ) 11 I'erry and wlfo to Walter Jlrecn ,
loti > 24 , 25 and 2G , Jerome park 2
Total amount of transfers $ 01,303
" Improveaieul the OrJjr of llie Ajo. "
Ills unnecessary to mention the points of au-
perlorlty possessed by tbe
ns It Is now so we I Tinown.
Its Record of Success is Its Boat Ro-
commondntlon. , ,
\\hcn It was uut on the market rivals said It
would not wear. Tiruu has shown them
wrens In every partlou ur and has nrovcn
tbattho S.nltfi I'romler ISTHKHKST nnd
STKONGKaT TYI'EWIUTKH EVhH l.\ .
VENTK.D. AND TODAY IT STANDS FAB
AHEAD OK ALLCOMl'KTITUUH.
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO
Cor. 17th and I'arnamSts. , Omaha , Neb ,
n. II. MAYI1KW. Manaser.
Omnlm Depot 101 h an 1 Mason SU. I Omaha
4.4S p m Chicago Ve tlbnle I t.W a m
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