Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 08, 1893, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; WEDNESDAY , MARCH 8. 1803.
8PEG1HL NOTICES.
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UVKIITIHKMKNTH FOll TIIKSK COLUMNS
A nlll ho inkrn until 13 30 p. m. for Iho evening
and until 8 ' p. m , fur Iho morning or Hundur edl-
? < o"ndverll omont taken for leu limn ! 5 ccnla for
tlionrtt Insertion.
All advertisement * In llieic columns IK eonta n
word for tliu flrnt Innctllon unit 1 crnt n word for
each aubtcqupnl Insertion , or II.M per line per
montli. Tcrnn. cn h In advance. Initial * , llunrcs ,
jmbola , etc , rach count ni n word. Advortlfo-
mcnn murt run con oc Uvclr.dvoltlncra , br re
questing n numbered check , run IIHTO tlio letters
nddrrMed IOB numbered letter In cntaof Tiir. | ) IK. :
Ananc to nddrcsicd will bo delivered on the pro *
tcnlatlon of tlio check.
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SITUATIONS' WANTEDT" "
J'iijjYKBHI'.S MADK AT IIOMK , f4l WIIAI'I'KIIS ,
j\tl. Airs. Onkler , VCCX. Sltli. Uilldrcn'iclolhlnij.
72U
, -WANT1III , A POSITION AH h'IKNOHIIAPIIKK
Ibf experienced inalo operator. Address X 51 llco
-WA1STKI ) , I'CBITION ABOVTICK ASSISTANT
A and stcnoitraplier. Addiess X M llco. 721
- ) . SITUATION. 11V KXl'KHIKNCKO
A-WANIKI > U'iioitrat > licr nnd typetriltnr : can
onrrsto Hinltfi I'lcinlor or llcnilnxton. Address , II
if. lice. UW
- wno HAS wniiKicn is PI.ANINO
A-MAN
mill and nlio U rni nbloof lunnlnx wood itork-
Ing machinery unit taklnic tue plnco rif foreman
In rmitl plnnlnK mill In thu best town In fouthcrn
Nelirnika , AdilreiB II CO , Orualiu lice. MW2 10
_ M : ALE HIT LP.
T > -HA f. Alt Y K COMJlsSUlN : T ' 0 ACIKN TS TO
J'linndlo din I'nletit Uiemlcnl Ink Krnscr Pencil.
The mo t UFBful and novel Invention of the nee.
Krnrct Ink thoroughly In two econrts. Work * Ilko
manic. rW > to Utl per cent profit. Aucnt. mnklnx
tHI per week. We nl > o nant a itcnprnl agent to tiiku
ilinrna cf territory nnd appoint rub audits. A rare
chance lo make mom-jr. Vtillu for terms and arpccl-
men of ernslni ; . Monroe KrnnInK 11 f Hi Co. , YiUl. I.a
< ror > o , Wl . " > * *
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TWA.vFKI ) - FI118T CLASS SAI.KSMI'.N TO
J'acll rjcclnslvely , on corainlmlnn , a flrit cln.ii
line of toilet witter * , porfiiuioi nnd soaps Coed
territory nnd llborM contract opnn for right lunn.
Aildresi. with references , 1'nlmcr Mf ? . Co. , Knnias
City , .Mo , Ali 3 11'
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7J-.MAN AUOIIT 25 : QUICK TO IjKAUS. CAN
J 'llrid permanent employment and salary wonkly.
lilll DouKlan street. M' ; JA (
-WAN'IKD , TWO KXI'KltlKNCHU 8AfK9-
J'men for Nebraska and lown nlno and liquor
trade , Address 1. D , llco Onicc , Council lllarfs.
M10C IQ
-tj-WANTKIJ , 3 VKST AND 1 GOOD 1'ANTH
I'mnkor. lloyal Tailor , IUI 1th street , Bloui City ,
In. J1W9 8'
-WANTKI > . A FIIIST-CI.AKH SAI.KSMAN TO
' ll a specialty for n nonresident uiniiuiHctuiiuK
liouso. Kiiierlcneeil pnrty preferred. Itcforonces
required. Address C 1.1 , llco. MW7 8'
- ) , AN IN'IKLI.HJKNT 1IOV WITH A
B-WANTK1)
Boon horse to carry n route on the Dally noo.
Apply at lleo olllce 3M : p. in. 'A ! DUO
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T > -WANTKI ) , MKrilAN'ICAli IlIlAtJOllTPMAN ;
JJono competent to prepare patent onico draw-
Inns. Western lluilnoss Axoncy. JIG .New York l.lfo
Ijilllillng. Hi B
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-j > _ WANTKI ) , OKKICK OI.KIIKH WHO AltB
J 'quick and accurate nt Ilinireii : men "ho Imvo
licen connected with wholesale houses or corpora
tions whuro activity In trork was csiuntlnl to hold
l > oaltloii. Applicants must not ba mnehlnes but
men who nro nmbltlons and wlih to advance on
their merltK. tlood salary to olcrkB posscmlng
nhovorinullllcnlloiu. Addrcn C. Iff , lloo. IIP *
. HANlJ I1AKKII.
I'lasi ! state wages. Single lunn preferred. Steady
Job the yenr-pround to light man , Kurmnn's bnk-
ry. 1' . O. lloxH7 , Vork. .Neb. 111 1U *
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-SAlKaTlKN"wANTKI ) KOIl I.1NKNS , ( il.NO
Immn and print dppArtmcnti rofcrcnco required.
1 ho Morse Dry tioods Co. 107 8
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[ y -WANTHI ) , A HUUAHU * AN'I ) HIICCKSSFUI ,
.1 > business man for inannKerlnl potltjon ; mint be
bo nblo to fflvn llrst class ruferenecs UK to business
ablllti sonio capltul required. Address 1140 , lion
-WANTIil ) . MISS TO TUAVKI. , ISO TO $ ' 00 I KK
month , btono Wclllneton. .Madison. WIs.
T -COAT AND VANTH MAKKIlVANTKD ; OOOI )
J.'imv for good work ut U II. Merer , 121 Mouth
10th street , Lincoln. . * > 'ob. MUl ti *
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-n-HAKKU AND fO.NFKCTlONKU WANTKI )
J'nbout April ti. A Rood reliable , sober , oxue-
rlunecd work.-rnn , Address , rtntlni ; nire , nntlini-
nllty and wtgeB , Including room and board , to llox
Will , Vnnkton , H , I ) . MI2 M *
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BTF. l' K I ) , KKNTIiKMAN BTKNOOUAIMIlClt
itl.'l N. V. I.lfo building. M131 8
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
/"tWANTEI > , GIIIL FOH (1ENEHAI HOUSE-
vJworkjininll family , 1357 North 13th St. 785
C-WANTKI ) , GIIIU IN b.MALL FAMILY. 3113
Woolwortli Avo. 651
C -WANTED , LADIES AND OIULS. WE WILL
.pay yon ? 4 to (10 per week to work for ua at
joi r own homes ; n'o pnliittng or canvanalngj send
aclf addressed envelope. George F , Kmmona &
Co , corner Batterymarch und Water streets. Boa-
tonjMn a
/ IIIKST OF WAGKS TO COMPKTKNT OIIIL ;
vjinu > t be peed cook and laundress. 2408 Fnrnnm ,
.Mm. J..M. Thurston. _ 8 M 8
WANTED ; GOOD Glltl , FOIl GENT.IIAL
C
hounowork ; good wages. Mrs. A. P. Tukey. No ,
S54I Chicago Btreet. _ i)85 ) 7
I -WANTKI ) ! ( IIIIL FOIl HOUSEWOHK : NC
_ C wajlhll'K. _ lM > SJSfrilnunj _ fSfl 8 *
CWANTKI ) , GOOD ItllK ! H.MAKEHS , 5 GOOf
white goods makers. L. Wlnebvrg , lOOtl Dodge
Btreet , _ Ml In ) 12'
C 1-FIHST AND tilCCUNDlllUL. MU8. F. 3. TAY
lor , 13SI1 llowanl. _ _ MfXi 1"
- , FOIl GENKIIAL HOU EWOIIK : GOOI
C cook. Jno. A.McMiano.2G12 Knnuira at. 113V *
- SALE CHEAP. NIOE ItOUS-tHOLD KOIl
0 qltnre , used only two months. 2KI Culdnell.
118 K
- IN FAM
C-GlllLtOHOKNEItALHOUBEWOlIK
lly of two , cottage ; must b neat and good plait
cook ; call moruliua ; CO I S , 18th at. 120 80
-QHIL FOHGKNEHALHOUSKWOniC APPL1
at 1444 North I6tli atroot. AlliHllI'
-LAD1K8 WHO DO WHITING FOH ME A1
home uinko II6.UO weekly , lloply with self-ad
ilreaaud stamped envelope. Camlla A. Avcry , Bo :
A , South Heml , Ind. MI8IH *
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FOB BENT HOUSES.
I-FOH HKNT. HOUSES IN ALL PAKT8 OI
.D , city. The O.K. Davis company , 1505 Furunm at
D-FOIt KENT , 8-llOOM MODEUN COTTAUt
with barn , nice lawn , bath , cittern i all conven
lrnce > .K5.tii ) . Apply on premlnoa. 6J3 S , $8th uvs
l Tenortli cam ona clock noutli. KM
DFLATS. . DWUI.l.lMiS. COri'AlJEb. IN Al.l
pnrtaoftlm city , Kilkenny A Co. , llooui I , Con
tlnental block 724
D - HUNT , TWO fi-UOOM COTTAGES Ot
notor. , Call at xouthwcBt cor * Vlh and Douglas
TV.-FOH HKNT , NEW 13-HOOM IIOUHK , 25H
J'also 10-room liiiune. J13I Capitol nvanno. Al
modern. Cnll253U Capitol nvonuc. U. 11. Hoblion
431
D-C-HOOM COTTAGE ? , HTANFOHI ) CHICLE
now , modern. C , S. Elgutter. 204 B o bldg. 311
-LAUGU LlVfTlOUSES. PAUMCOo FA UN AM
M373 MIS'
"n-COTTAGE , ill ) AND CLA11K. INQU1U1C 151
-L'Jnckaon.
D AM1CHICAN HOUSIC , SI20 DO ( HI LAS ST. , K
par mouth. J. M. llrunncr , 412 Uco building.
M011 M8 *
DKOIl HKNT. CKNTIIAL1.Y UOUATKIl 1IOUSH
modern Improvement * , 703 N , IVtli at. MC5I
-HIX-HOOM COTTAOIJ AT .so. ills a. WTII BT
fSU.UU. Hvo-nmm cottaso. No , 513 H. 33th at. , n
110.14) . ( } , 1. Urccn , llarker block. 703
-roit nr.NT. COTTAHKS.II u. , ALL sioi > Kiir >
mM | T r. e. front , moduru , JM03. Kldellt
TruaK'o 1701 r'arnnm. gll
J JtOOM COTTAQK , 1TIC WEHSTKU 8TIIBK1
MWl
" -nLOUlTlIOTKL , I'UT lN"iTllST-CLKSS Co7
1dltlon. . Ik Woodvrorth , or Wulthana' Aeenci
\VhUnollblock. Msftll'
BMAT.L TnUSK , Kllll.NHriTil ) . J35. NITTI
rrlon Unit , 305 Month 13th street. M933
TV-KOIl UKNT , FUIINIHIIKII HnUMK. 1'LKAi
J.'atit location , nniplu lawn , line shade trees. 24 :
1'lorco atrt'et , 11100 10 *
TA-KOll 1 ( KMT , MOIHIKN V UOOM 11OUSKS O
.1/SVlliand CMS atreota. fall at once , 4M Ilc
lllrtkHarris. . HO
D'KOIl HKNT. DKHUIAIILK G AND 8 ItOO'
hoiiica. Inqulro2iiia Capitol aye. M1J5 I4
FOK KENT rURNFaHED RQtJMS
-iiooMi TiuAui ) 'IF ' iKsuiii ) .
_ M 130 Mb-
17-3 Fl'HSISHKD HOO.Md TOP. GENTLKMK
Jjonly , K2I Farnnni strert. M3 S *
TAUI VISITOHS ci.uiTo
J.4 ChlcaKO olTura accomiuodallons fit Iho e
trcmely low rate of II per day. WHto for proipu
tin K. W lurlrl.lgo , 4W Inter Ocean bulging i'l
cago. 111. MKV b1
E-BTKAM HEATED HOOMS Tu N IIRU FO
liouteketplug. UI4 Nlcbolaa. UU&lll *
E-NICKI.V nniMsiiiT ) iicxiTi SUIT A in
foron or two iionlUrcan. 2C1T llarnir atrei
JJIOi IU
ENKWI.V Vl'UNlSIlEl ) , A1O L'.NKUHNISHE
rootut. WJ 8.1 Jth tre l. Applf room X ! d Boo
< _ _ _ M94I 11
E-W.KA8ANT FHONT IlOOji VOK OBNTlT
men , modern conveniences ! board If desire
WOT Caaa. use H <
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gtmNISHED'ROOMS' BOAIU
P"TllKTo7arM8AJ < UtII.S UTU8T.
IIKKT , rv 11MHHKD 1IOOUS WIT
Utopia , HIV , ITU Daranporl Bt 101 ! >
FUBNISHED BOOMS AND BOABD.
Cnntlnu&l.
_ TWO NICKI.Y FUHNISI1KI ) FHONT HOOMB
1 with board , Call nUICrt Dounlm. M8S38 *
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t- YOUNG WOMBN'H IIOMK. UNDKIl CAHKOF
X1 Woman's Christian association , HI Bo. 17th at
727 _
HANIISOMCLY FUtlNISIIKI ) FHONT
room , nlao few table boantera. Mrs. Thompson ,
2309 rnrnnill MilU *
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ISKVI'.HAI. . PKURONS CAN 1IAVI1 KXCBL-
1- lent accommodallonii In prlvatu family , very
reasonably , near Hotucom pnrk. C la. llee. tal 7 *
\f FOll HK.ST. NICKIiY FL'HVIHHED HOOMS
1 with board at the Wcbslcr , u'1 and 5lfl N. hub.
ireot. MIW I4 >
FOB BENT-UNFUBNISHED BOOMS
uoJIP , I5.ll N. 2IST. VO )
3rooms.il/JI N. 5l t , ( S 00.
2 to 4 rooms. Itith nnd Hnrnoy , V to 1 13.03.
3 rooms. 7th nnd Pncltlc , KIOO.
llouics of nil kinds. (1. F. Butts , 20 S. 17th.
837al
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G-FOIl IIKNT. 4 UNFUKNISIIKI ) UOOM ! * , SUIT-
tible for housekeeping , moilcrn Improvenient.i ;
rcntchcnp. I7UI Webstar atrcet. .MS'il
G -FOIl L1011T IlpL'SKKKKPlNd , * UNFUIl-
nlslied rooms , 13.11 ts. Wtli street. ina
i-UNTUIlNISimi ) . TWO SOUTH KHONT
'rooms. f.m Douxlns. .Ml'JI 10 *
FOR BENT-STOKES AND OFFICES
r ONKVoilTraTOIIV IJUICK ttUlt'MiscTnVKKT
J-Kldc. HOO lli\rneyat. n
r FOIl HUNT , BTOIIK ON H. 1STH KT. . LANOK
Iblock. suitable forino.il market , hardware or dry
oodiMore. Inquire MM S. 13th t. 879
' [ -Foil UKNT , THKI-STOKY IIUICK 1IUILDINO
IQlnFarnnni st. The building has n fireproof ro
ment bii'omcnt , complutu sto m liontlng tliturcx ;
water on nil tlio floors , n ' . etc. Apply at tlio nlllco
ot The lleo. Dill
AGENTS WANTED.
T-AOlCNTrf WANTBI ) . MALE Oil FKM.M.I5 , TO
" accept n good petition with us. to sell our
"llrend , Cnkc unit Paring Knives , also carver. "
Illitgcst Inducement ever ollored. Not npltnl ro-
qulrcil. Adilrens wltliHtnmy , Cluusa Shear Co. , P.
u. Uox M ; , Kansas t Ity , Mo. mOll-mU *
f-n.OU TO 15.09 A DAY. $12.50 OUTl'lT FltKH.
' Work year round for man or woman. Wrlto at
onco. Kicolslor Portrait liouso , < l N. Clark St. ,
Chicago. . MI23 M8 *
T WANTED , AGENTS AND CANVAS3SUS ;
' ' household artlclo : quick seller ; good payi wrllo
for circular and terms. Address Morgan Mfg. Co. ,
halamnioo , Mich. M128-10 *
T-WANTED.3 ItKLIAIILE SALESMEN TO SKLL
' lubricating oils ind RreascH exclusively or an aIde
Ido line. Address Blcrlliu llellnlnK Co. , Cleveland ,
Ohio. .M1Z7-3 *
WANTED TO BENT
K IF YOU WANT YOUH HOUSES HENTEI )
list with J. 11. Parrottu , Uouitlas block.M831
M831 A2
K WANTED FUHN1HH1CIJ UOOM FOIl 3 OKN-
tleraen. Address C 17 llco , 10'J 3 *
-1IOAIID WANTKI ) 1IY A LADY IS PHIVATE
family , good location , convenient to Sherman
nvonnc car lino. M132 II
FOB BENT MISCELLANEOUS.
L-IIO . BTOUKS. HOTELS. FUKN1SHE1)
hot ! \VcMmns , Wlthnoll block. M'JUJl *
SfdBA'GEl
SiKJ
M-DON'T al'OUH IIOU3I5IIOLI ) no ) l)8 WITH-
out noDlng onr atornRO dupartmont. It U the
best. Omaha gtovo Uoualr Workf,1SU7 Douglas.
73C _
INI STOUAHK KOIl IIOUdKlIOLI ) OOODS :
olcun inn ! cheap rates. It. Wells , 1111 Kurnaiu.
WANTED TO BUY.
FOll"FUll.'liTl'IlB ' ' llOUSEIIOLD
1' goods , etc. . or will neil for oivnor In our auction
aalca. It. Wells. 1111 Farnam. Z'J'3 '
TV-WANTED TO BUY FOIl CASH. GOOD UP-
1' right piano , mfist bet llrst-clnss.ln good order
nnd very cheap. Address , giving 'full particulars
with prlco , II 51 , Don ullieo. 80i
FOB SALE
0 - SU.E. OFFIOH FUUNITUHH , .
chalra , typonrlters , eta. 833 N. Y. Llfo Building.
4S3
FOB S ALE MI3CELL ANEQTJS.
-M18ALK AN
North 21th , South Oaialm. Neb 077 10 *
- STAND A HI ) ( JATTLU ! COMPANY O FFEH
0-THE
baled hay at S5.0J per ton , on hoard cars at
Amea , Nob. This prlco may bo withdrawn at any
time. 73.1
NEW FIHE-PUOOF SAFK CHEAP. A Wl. BIS 15.
Q
M1IUM 10-
-KOIl SAM ! OK Til A 1)1 ! ! ONU ACIIK WITH
QiKOIl
hcnuerr. Address H.,5'J Center street. Omaha.
4S'JM11) ) <
Q-FOll SALK , FINK ST. BEHNA1ID PUPPIES
aired by the famous Champion Victor Joseph.
Addreaa < 22 , llco. MEUO 11
\-KOll SAT.K , A ( JOOI ) HOLSTKIN MILUII COW ,
fchcap. Milton Itojera , No. 831 couth 37th atrcet.
MM I 11
Q-1HCYCLE FOHtlALK ; A I1AIIU AIN. GOOD AS
now. (50.00 cash. Apply 3l'J ' N. 15th strcot ,
Omaha. MI23U *
MISCELLANEOUS.
R -WANTED. WOHK TEAM FOH THADE , A
good farm for sale , n farm to rent and furnish
cattle with U , a C room cottage to of U very cheap
for cash. Murahall , room ' .NO N. Y. Llfo.
n-LADIBB AND GENTLEMEN WHO WANT TO
-iX ; > ropnro for the stngo find opportunity , Tonne
moderate. Address U 18 , Beo. 112 b *
CLA1BVOYANTS.
S MKS. NANNIE V. WAKHKN , CLAIIIVOYANT.
reliable business inodluui , fifth year ni 110 N. ICth.
.34
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S-MHH , 1)11. M. l.EGHAVK , PHOPIIETICSS , DEAD
trance clairvoyant anil life reader ; fells your
life from cradla to grave ; ctn be consulted on all
affairs of life ; has the celebrated Egyptian bronst
plate to unite the oc unrated and cause marrlag *
with ono you love , fomoone come all and oe con
Tlnccdof her r markalilo pOHcra. Offlca aud roil-
donee417S. llth at. , hours 1) ) a m. to 3 p. m. Strict
Itfo chart and photo of your future wlfu or hus
band aunt through mall for JJ.OJ , clmrt , alone , IJ.UO.
All letters containing 4 cjnts tn stampi nromotly
nnawerud. MSSS-l'J *
MASSAGE , BATH , ETO.
W-MMKnKA
J nml baths , acalp nnd hnlr triintment , manicure
and chiropodist. Mrs.PGat,31V > S.15thWlthucll blk.
735
'p-MADAMH SMITH , 403 8. 13TH. SND FLOOH ,
- iItoom 3. Mnaeage , alcohol , sulphur andaea baths.
UJ'J 11 *
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'r-MME , CAlieON , II2I DOUGLAS HTHEET , 31111
J floor , room 7 , niussngtvaluohol , sulphur nnd aeo
batRi. 653 U
PEBSONAL.
U-1F YOU HAUNKSTLY INTEND TO MAIlllY
quick , well , honorably , send lOo for Matrimonial
Newa-Mcrcur , mailed In plain seated envelope ,
Mercur , 'Hi Bib at. New York. Tjimll'
-PKIISOKAU 15. A. J. . ALL YOUH MATTttllS
have been Hxod up , Hoturn homo at onco. A.
8. Joseph , M1U3 10'
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MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
-C..F
Y
corner 15th and ilarnor. Hurney street entrance
KI4
\T I1ARKY WILLIAMS QU1TAH AND I1ANJC
< teacbur , 1G23 Faruauj street , Hoom I.M2tX
M2tX > Mil
MONEY TO LOAN BEAL ESTATE.
r-LOWK T KATI',9. K1DKLITY TllUdT COU
panjr. KU1 Kurnam atroot. T38
\T MONIJV TO LOAN ON lUl'UOVlSl ) CITl
i property , low rntcs. A , U , frost , Douglas blk
; 37
\V-MONEV TO LOAN AT LOWEST HATES
' V The O. F. Davis Co. , 1505 Farnam itroet. 741
' I III. .111-1. . .11. . HI .1 I -.l.ll.l I
\\r-CENTllAl.LOAN Jt THUdT CO. UEK BLDG
V > 73
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\\r-ANTHONY LOAN ANDTIIUST CO , S18 N. Y
Life , Icndj at low ratea for choice security 01
Aebraaka or Iowa fnriui or Omaha city properly.
740
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\V-MOHTGAOK LOANS LE33 THAN T PBI
" cant. Including all chargva.
Charles W. llalnuy. Omaha Nat , bank bldg. 715
\V FIHST A BKCONI ) .MOUTOAfiK LOANS O\ \
' ' Omaha property A on fnrrua In adjacent ooun
liei. tjrnd full de crlitloa. | Alex Moore , < OI Bo * bill ;
740
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\\r-OM AH A.l.OAN A THU8T COMPANY. IOTI
' and Uonglaa , loans money on city and faro
property at luw rates of Interest. M3U3SH3
\V-MONKYTO LOAN. K.SOO PHIVATK KABT
i ern money , on Improved Onaha or Co , lllun
real eitatn ; ooo or moro loam , Addreis A II C
care of rarrlerNo. 11. Oiuiha. 353
\Y-WANTED ATO.NCK. LOANS ON IMPHOVKI
> Omaha properly ; low r l i. Ftdolltr Tru
company , 1702 raruamat. 730
\\r-MONKYTOLOANONOMAIlA AND IX1UN
i ) ell Illuni rrol eslat nod Nebraska and low
f arraa at from 6H to t\t par cent tntoreat.wltb no ad
dltlpnal charges for rommlnloni or attorneys feei
W. U. Mulkl , 111 Nafl bank bldg. Omaha. 450
nr-i AND "YKAII WANS ON CITY AND KAIH
* > Jiiorlgacea. lleJ & f-olby , J14 Hoard of Tradi
73.1
lUPltOVED AND UNIUPHOVrT
' cltjproDtrtj-.t3.UOO and upward * , t toTper cei
del ra. W. Fro iu bmlth A CC..1JU. cud llarne
14)
MONEY TO LOAN BEAI < ESTATE.
N , v N. .
\\r-7 t'Kll CKNT MONKY NKTTO IIOHHOWKIIS
> i on Oninlm cltr property. No entra charges of
nnr kind , Whr pay high ratca ? Money l < cheap.
You can get full beneiltof low rates front til olio
Loan and Trust Co. , IClh nnd Dodge. 717
-OMAHA SAN'INIJS HANK MAKKS 1.OAS9
on real estate nl lowest market rates. Loans
mndo In small or larcn aitma for abort or lonff tlmo.
No commission l ! charged nr.d the Innns nro not
nolil In the east , but can nlwnys bn found nt the
bank on the corner of 13th and Douiilas streets
749
\\r-MONHYTO LOAN AT LOWKhT HATK9 ON
' Ipmroved nnd unimproved rent estate , ! to A
years. Kldullly Trust Co. , KOJ 1'nrnnm. 7.K1
" \\r 1XANS. 0. U. WALLACE , DM IIIIOWN 11LK.
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"BIONEY'TO LOAN CHATTELS.
X -CA LI. AT T1113 O K HC K O ? '
: . 051 All A MOllTQAtlK LOAN CO. ' !
! INCOltl'OHATEI ) . i
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IK YOU'WANT'MONKY ,
Yon can borrow on
HOESEHOLO KUIINITUIIK AND PIANOS ,
IIOIISKS , WAIIONS AND CAIlUIAflKt ,
WAUU1IOU3H IlKCEIITS. MKIICHANDI3K ,
OK AND OTIIKll SKCUIIITY.
We will lend you any nmonnt
from IO OOtn ll.OW ,
ON TI1H DAY YOU ASIC KOIl IT
without publicity or removal of property.
You etui pay the money back In nny muounts you
wluli , nnd nt any time , nnd ouch payment ao made
will reduce the cost of the loan.
Hi-member Hint you have the use of both the
properly and the money , nnd pay for It only ns
long ns yon keep It.
There ( till bo no estpenso or charge kept out of
the amount wanted , but yuti will receive the full
amount of the lonn.
Ilefore borrowing elsewhere call nnd * co us nnd
you will llnd It greatly to your advantage.
OMAHA MOIITUAUR LOAN CO. ,
SOU SOl'Tll ltT ) HBTIIKKT ,
first tloor above the stroll.
THE OLDEST. LAUClKhT AND ONLY INCOUPOIl-
ATKl ) LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
751
DO YOU WANT MONEY !
X T11K FIDKI.m" LOAN OUAHANTEE CO. ,
UOOM t. W1TI1NKLL HLOCK.
3I ! > K SOUTH I5TII , COllNEIl HAIINKY ST.
WILL \ LOAM \ tOD \ ANT
\ \ \ '
BUM LAilOB Oil SMALL
FIIOM \ TKN \IOLliAn3\ \ \ UP.
WK MAKIS LOANS OX FUUNITUIIK HOIIHKS ,
CAItHIACSKS. WAIII5I10USK HKCK1PTS Oil PIII-
BONAL PUOPU11TY OF ANY KIXil.
OUH TEIIM9 WILL MEET YOUH Al'I'llOVAL.
You can pay the money back nt any tlmo and In nny
nmonnt you wish , nnd thus reduce thocost of cirry.
Ing the lonn tn proportion to amount you pay.
IK YOU ewe n balance on your furniture orolhor
personal property of nny kind , wo will pay It oil for
you nnd carry It ns long as you desire.
YOU CAN MAVK YOUH MONICY1NONK IIOUIl
KIIOM TUB T1MK YOU MAKE AI'PLIOATION.
No publicity or removal of property , ao that you
Kct the ii'o of both monay nnd property.
You will ulso llnd us In from 7 to' ' p. in. 753
V MONKY. 4'1 , CO , 110 DAYS. C11KA1' UATKS
-iVniul tasy piinputs : , on furnltnrt- , pianos , live
stock , etc. , without delay or publicity ; cash on
hand. Dull Orccn. room f , Marker block. 75jn
X J. E. VAN G1LDKU , H2J7 , OMAHA NAT'L Illv
M15J M'J'
X PIUTCIIAUU.M DOUGLASHLIv. ItfA 1)01X113.
X WILL 1.QAS MONEY ON ANY KIND OF SE-
curlty ; clrlctly confidential. A. E , Harris ,
room I. Continental block. 753
BUSINESS CHANCES.
ONI . Y D it u ? ! ; ai TO uff'li.
Losiof health cause of Belling. U will bo good
plnco for u doctor. Address A 2 } , lloo olllco.
140 M 8
\r-FOH SALK Oil EXCHANGE. A PATENT
-L right for Nebraska , out of which a rustler can
maku money. Address , 213 McCaguo llldg. 617
-FOIl SALE , SMALL OIIO'JEUY feTOUK AND
hiilldlnRchc.ip for cash. Addresi W. II , Hous
ton , Neb. 'MS1 ! ' . !
V FOIl SALK ; COMPLF.TB IUUG STOCK AND
1 Btoro fixtures nt Waterloo , Nob. Satisfactory
terms to the rUht party ; only drugstore In town.
Enquire of Merer & Ilaapkc , or Katz-Novlns Co ,
Omaha. 1)31 )
\r-AVOCA STEAM LAUNDUY FOIl SALE OH
1trade. . Address C. Follct , Avoca , la. VS3 11
-FOIl HALE. MAHHLK & ETON ] ! BUSINESS
( Joins a n.CXX ) buslncia. Grod < locatlon. Aildree :
OK , lieu. MllBu U *
V 11USINESS CIIANCliS IN NEI1UA8KA AND
i Iowa. No charge to cash buyers. Van Patten
lluslness Exchange , 555 Hoard of Trade. Omaha , Neb.
MIDI 13 *
Y WANTED , CAPITAL TO OPEHATB A MAM-
ufacturlntc bu lnC9 > ; 25 per cent dividends ; no
risk. Address O 1U , Hoe. M'/Jl 10 *
HAHDWAItE , J1.300 , AND IMPLEMENTS , $310.
F. I. Uall , Crcston , Neb. Mllti 14 *
FOB EXCHANGE.
Z-CLEAN STOCK OF tlENEHAL M'O'S'K ; WILL
tuko real estate & money. lox2'JJFrankfurt , Ind
; 7W _
rISO ACHES OF CLKAIl LAND IN ONE OF
/-Jtho best winter wheat districts In Kansas to ex
change for ID or 20 aero tract near Omaha city
limits. Will pay cash difference If property la
good. Addretu , giving price nnd location , u 2U , llco
205
r/-l OWN 100 FAHMS IN NKIIUASKA , KANSAS
* Ji Dakota. Will sell cheap , or cxchaugo for
mds. , horses and cattle. Add. box Til , FrankfortInd
758
y$3,600 T.I JI.OOJ IN DIIY (1001)3 , HAT. * . CAP3 ,
/-Jboots. shous , notions , etc. , for daslrablo No-
hrntkaland. Address Ford A Pack , Slromsbunr ,
Nob. .MVti'J Mil *
> -GOODOMAHA HENTALPHOPEHTY TO EXchange -
' - change for property In or near Los Angelea , Cal.
Give number of your property and UOTO time. Ad-
drosa llox 1OJ , Loa Augolon , Cal. 1123 ' 0
Z-IIUSI.NE8S PItOPiSttTY FOIl GOOD FAUM
land In Nebraska or lowu. U. II Peterson , llli
B. lath. _ MOS1 .M2J
rFOH KXCHANG . < < ) ACUKSOFGOOD CLEAN
Mlnaourl timber land , clear nnd perfect title. SO ]
N. llith St. , Omaha , hob. 6.11 8 <
rFOH K.XCHAXGE , IIKST PAYING CHOI1
/-Jhouso In Omaha. Address C 7. Boo. M9IO H *
V MODE11N HOUSE , KOUNTZK PLACE , 10
' - exchange for snmllcr house , 4U feet on N , 24tl
for lot oramnll house nnd lot ; 50 feet on motor
Hue , Hamilton , for enle or exchange. fJrahnm. 30 !
Me ague block. 117-U
-FOIl EXUHANGE. A FINE HOADSTEH , FAST
for equity In lot. W. T. Graham , McCaguo block
117 u
_ _
y-f'.t.M/O WOHTHOFI.ANDTO EXCHANGE l Oll
' -'dry goods and clothing. F. I. Hall , Creaton. Neb
M123 H-
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FOB SALE BEAL ESTATE.
r ACHES NNB-ACKK ; LOTS. NEAH
Uumaha.wlll be placed upon the market March 15th.
No rnorttrugca or tnxoa upon thla property , nbstracl
free. Within 15 minutes rldo to 24th and N streets ,
Healthy location , good residence place , line chance
to raise vegetables , poultry , eto. Terms easy. Per
sons.V llorry , South Omaha. 313 MI3
A -FAHM LANDS IN NEIlllASKA. KANSAS ANt
iVSouth Dakota for sale on longtime , onay terms
and low rate of Intercit. Liberal commlsslou to
ugents. Send for catalogue , U. llnyos , Mannnei
MuacatlnaMortgaen and Trust Co. . room 2 , ltH
So. I5tb atrcot. _ M4IJU M13
17AUM OF 460 ACHES IN CASS CO. . SPLENDH
-L land , good bulldlnys , good orchard , living water
(35.00 per acre. C. F. Harrison , V12 N. Y. Life.
1638
_
rp WO DKBIllAULIt 1MPHOVEI ) FAHMS FOKBALI
XSTOacroaln Douglas Co. , 15 miles west of Omaha
430 acres In Washington Co. ,12 miles north of Omaha
For prices and terms apply to W. 1) . Mlllard
Omaha , Neb. AI515M18
_
FOIISALE-ITAKMS , CENTUALAND 12ABTEK >
Nebraska. K. C , Garvln A Co. Shoely block.
MTU
_
17011 SALK,2iOO ! tilOlCE : IOWA AND NEIIUASK/
J- farms , if you wish to buy. Ball or borrow mono ]
on farms , writs or call. Uoggs & Hill , Omaha
Neb. Itl Mj
_
OUSK OF T HOOMS. FULL KAST FHONT COU
nor lot. near car line , ll.bOO.OO. C. K. Harrison
. Y. Life. US88
E LEU A NT COIlNEll KOll HKSIDKNCK. 131 Kl
sq. , IS.OUOi handaomoresidence , 1'J ft , lot , I1OOJ
Una tarm U miles out , fU.OUO. F. K. Darling , llarke
block. 757
_
I AIIMOKHI ACUUS NKAIl SO. OMAHA. SMAM
-L bouM ) nnd barn ; 115.00 per aero. C. F , Harrison
UU N. V , l.lfo. M38
'I'UK 1IK3T AND CHEAPEST KAHM NKA1
J-Ornaha. ICO acrea at $ iW per aero.
20 acres alx mile * from court house with 2.00
( year-oldiirapu vines , 1,000 trull trcea. eta This I
a very i/rutty place and cheap , nt I'-iX ) per acre.
We have homes and lots of all kinds and at al
prices. Monthly payments.
Omaha Heal Katate and Truat Co. , Hco building.
MIUH
\\rASTKU , GOOD QUAUTKll" IN " BAlll'
'l county.
Wonted , god quarter Io Cau counly.
Wanted , cheap half aectlon tn Kuruaa county.
Wanted , cheap half aectlon In Dawaon cou nly
Vfentrxl. 6 or 10 acreR for cash.
Wanted , 40 meres near Omaha.
Wanted. Rood quarter In I'awnee county.
Wanted , peed quarter In Cumlnf county.
Wanted , IU ) acrea near Umaha for cub.
Wanted , iiood quarter lo Htanton county.
Wanted , farm for lot and cuth.
Wantu.l , ICO for 0 acrea Dear Ornaba.
Wantrd , IWJO at 8 per cent.
Wanlurt. IJ.OttJ at 7 per cunt.
Wnoted , bonae for clear lot and caab.
C. K. UarrUoo , 811 M. Y. Ufe. 11993 g
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
r " ' ' ' " "
" " -
Conl\\i\tfl. ( \ \ \
M'WOSNAPS. LOT 4flXIJ7 WITH OOOI ) 11OUS1C ,
J-cast of Proapoct llllPrvmctery , at 110.00 per
month.no Interest. Also/pll lot on paved street ,
onorullo west of posloniro nt about one-uatf Itl
vnliio. y.lttlc , llrown tllu- 858
QIUO CASH WILL SKCt/IlK 100 ACHES F1UST
4pcla 8 lami In raslerit 'ri'Bbr.iska , bnlnnce long
tluio , 0 per rent Interest. llTlre O. K. Davis Co , IMi
tarnamat. -1 1D5.M10
IJHMl HALK-HOUSK AXK'LOT ' IN NOHTH PAHT
1. of clly li,500N. Terms $ ( OO.CO cash balanca 115.00
per month. ThoO. 1" . DaVK.Cutnpany. V73n 4
-Ij'OllSALKOU HXCIIANGH , 53 FKKT ON MILl-
1. lary avenue , 1H block north nf Hamilton ftrott ,
houao six rooms. ( IrahnsnAM McCaguo block.
_ _ . 117-9
iron BALK , 40 ACHES fc MILES FIIOM CITY AT A
A bnrcnln. Graham. .Mci'DRllo block , 117-9
LOST.
OST-LAIIIKS' BLACK MOHOCCO POCKETbook -
book ; 2 bills , n Marquise ring and card. Mils Ilosa
Hale. Holurn to thla olllco nnd receive reward.
MIWJ 8
STHAYKD-MAHCH 1 , FIIOM WMt AND O
strecti. South Omaha , eray maru pony , hrnndoi ]
"M" oil shoulder. Geo. Harrla. MIMH'
DBESSMAKING :
iJASIIIONABLK HOIIK3 AND EVENING COS-
lumen. Inqulru nt1H \ Cnpltol avo. Mtttf3 10 *
1MNK DIltSSMAKlNG AND LADIES' TA1LOU-
-L Ing at moderate prices nt the LnJp | * ' Tailor
DressmakliiK college , Mmc. Corbott , 501 Brown
block. M'.i03 A 4 *
SHOBTHAND AND TYPEWBITINCJ.
SIlOltTllAND BY MAIL WITH ANV OF THE
standard typewriters at botui ! . Great chance for
thORO cither lu city or country who cannot attend n
regular shorthand school. Addro * * Ynn Stint's
School of Shorthand 5IH N. Y. Life , Omahl. MSV I
SECND-HAND TYPJSWBITEBS
BoLKd A IIA11B , DKAL KKS.
All makes bought , sold , exchanged , rente I. Iil3
N. Y. Llfu blilit. Tol. Bi3. 1C7 M'J
UNDEBTAg SA DEMBALMEBS
CW. BAKEH ( FO HUE HLY W ITU J Nl ) . G , J A
. cobs , doconaod , Iat3r wltb M , O. M mil ) , undo
taker and ombnlinnr. 3H r < . llith t. ; lot. CiH. liuO
PAWNBBOKEBS.
T BONNKN1IEP.G , DIAMOND 1IHOKEH , l.VJJ
' .DouKlaaat. Loans money on diamonds , watches ,
etc. Old gold nnd silver bought , 'lol UW. 150
TIIIO UKAI.TY MAKKKT.
NSTUUMENTS ulaood on record March 7 ,
WAHHANTV ItRS. )
.1 N Lemon nnd wlfo to Mary Trolol.
part of o'i lot 4 , block , 0 , 1'urk 1'lnco 3,500
Ui > urKO anil Morton ( Joulcl to Nulsoit
( lould , uUO rods of n 40 rods no no ,
( > -lfj-ii : . 5,000
Louis Koblowltz und wlfo to A T
Ayres , H'i lot 23 , Nelson's add . 1,700
1' O Lloyd to K T tliiyduu , lot 14 , block
4ThoriilmrK 1'lacu . GOO
Fanny lltulucck and husband to
Vaclav I'l'tiKii , nyt lot 22 , block 2 ,
Dvorak's ndd . 312
Arllitir Knstto W II Kunncdy , lot B ,
block 0 , Matt hows' mil ) . tOO
O.scnr .Maii ur to Oni Mol'otirt , w',4 lot
10 , block 2 , lloppu's Itoniiriza Mlb. . . 700
Jt > l > | H ) ( 'lirMonsuii and wlfu to Slim
llonnlson , lol 4 , block 4 , Cluvulund
Place . 1,200
,1 MYt > storllcll to (3 Ii Doro , lot 8 ,
Missouri Aveiiliu I'lacu . 8DO
0 U Wilson and husband to W T drii-
hain. s 27 foot lot 11 anil n 13 fuct
lot 12 , block 1 , Patrick's add . 4,000
I ) I'Ansull and wlfo to Adnllna Jahn ,
lol 11 and 12 , block 4 , Mutthowa'
Hiibdlv . 45
Lt-avltt lltirnhani and \vlfo toK M
( iuntlt'iiian , lot 1 , block 2 , iltirnham
I'luco . COO
QUIT CLAIM lKiiS. :
llallnu llnnklni ; Co to Omaha and Mn-
rolii Itt-alty I'D. o'i \ lots 7 nnd 8 ,
block 1H , ( Vntral park . 1
Sumo to same , lol 33 , block 1 , Itrlggs *
Plnco . 1
A M Walton and wlfo lo K A Ilt-nson ,
Iols2l and 22 , block 23 , Benson . 1
DKKI1S.
1 .1 Dunn ct al ( referees ) to Edward
Callahaii , middle 22 foul lot 2 , block
177 , Omaha . 2,800
Total amount of transfers . $21,810
If you don't want to buy a Densmore Type
writer , don't examine it , Mnxenth Stutloa-
cry Co. , laot Farnnm St. , Omatiii , Nob.
" Improvement the Order of lo ! ; Aje. "
It Is unnccossnry to mention the points of su >
norlorlty uossossod by the
ns H'lawow so wo
Its Record of Success Is Its Boat Ro-
commondntlon. , ,
when It was put on tuo innrKot rivals said It
would not wear. Tlmo has shown thorn
wrong Ino very particular and has nroveu
that the Smith I'roinlor IS THE I1103T nnd
BTKONOEST TYl'EWIUTKK BVEK IN-
VENTKD. AND TODAY IT STANDS FAK
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS.
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO
Cor , 17th and Fariium Sts. , Omaha , Nob.
E. H. MAY11KW. Mnnaser.
RR1LWRY TIME GKRD
Leaves tlllCAUO BUHI.INGTON & Q. Arrlvo
Omaha Depot 10th und Mason BU. Omaha
4.45 p m . . .Chicago Vestibule m
D.50 a m . . . .Chicago Express 11.39 a m
12.10 n m . . . .Chicago Express .M p m
C.M p m .Chicago A Iowa Local li.UO pm
Loaves BUIILIMi'JON & MO. HIVIII. Arrlrs
Omaha Depot lUta auJ Maioa riti. | Omahl
10.15 am Denver Express 4.a" > p m
10.15 am . . . . . .Doadwood Express 403 p m
4.60 pm Denver Express 9.3i am
4,50 pm Denver Limited 12.30 a m
C.50 p m Haitlngi Local ti.37 p in
8.15 am . . .Lincoln Local ( KxcoptSun ) . 11.M a m
Leaves K. O. ST. J. & C. 11. Arrival
Omaha Depot 10th and Mason Hts. Omaha
9.50 am . . . .Kansas City Day Express . . .I 0.1X1 p n !
D.45 p m K. C. Night EXII. via U. P. Trans C 40 n m
11.45 p m til. l.ouls Express. | li.tO am
Uolnic I CHICAGO. U. 1. A 1'ACIKIU I Krom
East. I Union Depot 10th ft. Maroy Mts. | Knst.
10.00 a m .Atlantic Express. . KM p m
4.40 p m .Vestibule Express. 1.10 pin
fi.35 p m . . . .Vlght Expruis. , 8 M a m
Going | CHICAGO , It. 1. & I'AClrlu ; f From
West. I Union Depot 10th and Marcy ats , | Wast.
1.20 pml Denver Limited I 4.3J p lu
8.60 a ml..Kansas City ( Except Sunday ) . . | 7.05 p m
IXJOTUS I UNION I'AUlKlu I Arrival
Omaha l Unlon Depot 10th and Marcy 8ta. | Omaha
7.53 am Beatrlca Exprasi. 6tu p m
f O am . .Denvur Kiprois. 4.05 p m
2.15 pm . .Overland Flyer. . 7.0 ] p m
4.15 pm . .BeatriceiStrmsbz KxgxSun ( ) . 12.3. ) p m
C.43 pm Pacino Expreis 10.11 a m
a.30 p m Denver Fast Mall 4.tl.pm. . _ .
Leaves I ClllOAUO."MTi7r raT. I'AUU lArrlvu
Omaha | U. P. depot and tlnroy Sts. I Omaha
T.OJpn.1 Chicago Kiprosi | 'J..li ' a ns
IU'0 am | . . . . . . . . .Chicago Kinross U.S1) p m
Loaves I BIUUX CITY * PACIKIO lArrtvoi
Omabal Depot. 10th aud.Maroy 8U. I Oruahn
7.10 ami Sioux City.Passenger IIU.-'Up m
6.35 pm | . . . . jiu Paul repress llO.lAl a m
IA-STOI I hlOUX CITY'4' ' PAC lKIO. Arrives
Omahal Depot. 15th anaAVabster Sts. I Omaha
5.45 pm | . . . .St. I'nul'ljlmlted ' ! U.l'i am
Leaves i OMAHA & tiT. lXUla. ( Arrives
OniobalU. P. Depol. IQtfa and Marcy 8ta. | Omaha
i
.U ) p m | St. Louis Cannon llnll. 112.85 p m
Loavca I C..bU P , M. A O lArrlvos
Omaha ) Depot 15th anil Webster Sta. Omalia
Both tlio method and results When
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste , and nets
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys ,
Liver and Bowels , cleanses the sys
tem effectually , dispels colds , head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced , pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the Btoinnch , prompt in
its action nnd truly heneficinl in its
effects , "prepared only from the most
healthy nnd agreeable substances , its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs 13 for snlo in EOo
and 81 bottles by nil leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on baud will pro
cure it promptly for nny one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
eubstitute.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE. Kr. HEW YORK , H.t.
I WAS BIG.
I WAS PAT.
I PELT MEAN.
I TOOK PILLS.
I TOOK SALTS.
I GOT LEAN.
Handsome Women Can Lese Weight
Fast. Homely ( VIon Look Better
If Thin. Try Dr. Edison's
System. No Dieting.
Band worth Twice the Money.
OITico of II. M. Burton , Hardware , Gary Sta
tion. 111 , . Jan. II. 1MK
Dr. Kcllson Hoar Sir : I am well pleased with
H. M. HUIITON.
They Are Doing Mo Good.
Karlvlllo. III. , May El. 1633.
LorlnK A Co : Incloiod find ti.50 for which please
end mo tlio other two bottloi of Dr. Kcllion's Obes
ity Pills. 1 have used ono nnd think tboy nro doing
tbowork. ti. M. lUl.ur , P. o. 1)0x75.
Talk So Much About Your Pills.
I'oorla , 111. , Juno 19.1693.
Dear Sirs : After hearing ono of my friends talk so
much about your Obesity Pills nnd the benefit hols
del IvIiiK from them I think I will try them myself.
Pleaao send mo 3 bottloi 0. o. I ) . , and oblige ,
J. iloiuu. " . 40U Perry Street.
Feel Bettor andWelgh 13 Pounds Loss
ttoshcn , Ind. , Sept. 18. 1893.
Oontlomcn : Inclosed I ecnd you ( I , for which you
will pleuso send imtthreo bottles of the obesity pills.
Am taking the fourth bottle nnd feel very much
better and weigh Ki pounds leas than when I began
taking thorn. I will continue your treatment.
MUD. J. C. MCCONS.
South Sixth Street.
An Individual where height U
6 feet I Inch should wcUn 176 pounds
B foot 8 Inches 100
6 foot 10 Incbei " " 170 "
Dr. Edlton nays : "It may bo well to point out ,
that lu my eiporlonce , which In necessarily very
considerably many troublesome skin dlsoases such ,
asecieran , nzone. psoriasis , utlcarlii , etc. , nro prim
arily c.iusod by obesity , and us the fut and Hash Is
reduced by the pllla and Obesity Fruit Salt and the
action of the band these atfevtlons hare almost
magically disappeared "
The obesity Fruit Halt 1 used In connection with
the PlllB or Hands , or both. Ono toaspoouful Inn
tumbler of water makes n delicious BOda. Tastes
like chauipalgno.
The bun 8 cost l3.M nch for any length up to 3(1 (
Inches , bu for one larger than ,111 Inches add 10
cents extra for each uddltlonal Incli.
Price ot Fruit Salt , 11.00.
Pills tl.60 Per Dottle , or.'I llottlos lor H.OO.
font by Mall or Express
Cut this out and keep It , andnoud for our full (9 (
column ) urtlclo on obesity.
Loring & Company.
2 Hamilton PI. , Dept. 2(1 ( , Doston , Mass. , 115 State
fit. . Dept 23 , Chicago , 111. , 40 W. ' . ' 2ua St. , Dept 2i ,
Now York City.
My
Sweethearts Face
that's my wife's you know wears
a cheerful , life-is-worth-living expres
sion , ever since 1 presented her a box of
WHBTE RUSSIAN
She is always recommending Kirtti
soaps to her friends says she is
through with experiments has just
what she needed to make labor easy ,
and ensure perfectly clean clothes.
She knows what she's talking about
don't forget it.
JAS.'S. KIRK & CO , , Chicago.
Dusky Diamond Tar Soap w
niTCllTPTIIO . . Wathlnctot
I A I I" fl I tO - O. No atly'B fuo until pat. la ob
I n l Ull I
writ * for Iut alur4 UuU
CLEVELAND'S ' FUTURE PLANS
Hoko Smith's Paper Prints Some Informa
tion That Appears to Bo Ex-Cathedra.
HE IS STRONGLY OPPOSED TO FREE SILVER
It l < Claimed TluU Appointment * Will Nnl
Ho Sprnllly .Miulo .Vnny Mrmlicr * ot
the "Tin llrlpiilo" Alny
( lot Left.
ATLANTA , Ga. , March 7. [ Special
Telegram to Tin : BKK. ] The Atlanta
.lournal comes out with explanations of
the policy ahead of the country. In a
leading telegram from Washington ,
signed by Hoko Smith's editor. Mr.
Richardson , there is warning served
upon the olllce-secklng brigadiers as fol
lows : "Ono thing is certain ; appointments
will not bo speedilj made. This is nec
essarily so because of the great number
of applications and the clash of Inllu-
ciicos. " This news is backed up by an
editorial in which it is stated that "on
the question of civil sorvjco" Mr. Cleve
land is even more explicit than ho has
ever been before ; his declaration that
appointments to olllco , instead of being
the rewards of personal activity , should
go to those "whoso elHcioncy
prompts a fair return of work for
the compensation paid to them" Is cited
as fair warning to the "pie brigade"
that this is going to bo a business adminis
tration and not a huge partisan machine.
Prominence is also given to the fact that
, ho "president served distinct and em-
ihatle notice that ho would hammer
ivlth his veto any free silver bill that
: ongress might pass and there will bo
ho crucial test of the administration. "
Having thus interpreted the presiden-
ial mind upon the question of olllco
looking and the establishment of a gold
standard , the editorial declaration is
nado that tariff reform will bo ituloll-
litely postponed. The reasons therefor
are stated as follows : .
There are serious impediments to the
speedy realization of a full measure of
tariff reform. The finances of the gov
ernment are in a precarious condition ,
to say the least. The Harrison adminis
tration had to avail itself of funds always
U'cvioitbly hold as reserves to enable it
o make both ends meet , or to show a
'avorable balance in its financial state
ments. Whether this was legally and
properly done or not , it was done
: is a measure of necessity. The ques
tion then arises , are the reve
nues of the government now sufllcicnt
to meet expenses imposed by republican
extravagance ; ' This question must be
settled before the precise measure of
tariff reform that may bo safely under
taken at this time can bo determined.
In some instances , doubtless , a reduction
of the duties would bring in more reve
nue ; in others it would have a contrary
effect. Then there is the implication
iirising from several reciprocity treaties
already entered into. It remains to bo
seen to what extent they will reduce the
revenue , and whether the benefits to tlio
icoplo derived from them is sntllcient to
ustify the continuance or extension of
the policy.
Lifc is short and time is ilootlnR , hut
Ilood's Sarsaparilla will bless humanity as
he URCS roll on. Try it this season.
*
L TO SEUHKT JJUIHES.
lilll of Intercut to limmuiro I'coplo Now
llcfurn the IllloU Legislature.
riUNOKiKLD , 111. , March 7. [ Special
Telegram to THE BKK. ] Every frater
nal society order and every mutual in
surance company will bo interested in a
bill which has passed. the third reading
in the senate. The bill is for an act to
regulate the organization of lifo insur
ance companies. It is raising u storm of
indignation. Members of benevolent or
ders like the Royal Arcanum , Ancient
Order of United Workmen , National
Union , Royal League , Foresters , Knights
and Ladies of Honor , etc. , have just
learned of the provisions of the bill.
They realize if it should become a law it
would completely destroy the organiza
tions. This is especially true of these
benevolent associations , but it also ail-
plies to old line companies as well. Ad
vocates of the bill have claimed
that it was aimed at old line
companies exclusively , but provision ]
cover "all corporations , associations ,
fraternities , partnerships or individ
uals. . " The fact is that it would injure
the fraternal and secret benefit orders
much more than insurance companies.
The bill would require the immediate
increase of funds of fraternal benefit
orders to the extent of $25,000,000.The
rates of cost of all the societies would be
changed by this so that the members
aged 00 years would pay $48 per year for
$ 00 of insurance and other members in
proportion. The constitution , laws ,
rates , etc. . would have to bo changed by
the grand lodges or state bodies of
orders , and , falling to do so , they would
bo driven out of the stato. The bill re
quires the lodges to report in minute
details the name , ago , etc. . ot every
member. This would double the ex
pense of insurance and would give the
public full records of all the lodge mem
bers in the entire United States. The
character of the bill and its provisions
in detail may bo gleaned from this brief
outline. The benato will soon consider
the bill.
Timber I.iiiul ,
NOIITU GAi.vr.sTox , Tox. , March 0. Sixty
miles from this place lies the largest timber
belt in the United States , which contains
one-third of the uneut timber In the coun
try. This easily reached and boundless sup
ply of building material is another factor
which is helping to make North Galveston
the industrial center of the pulf country.
Possessing , as It does , every advantage to ho
desired abundant agricultural and nnuui-
faeturlnp resources , u mild and healthful oil-
mate , any amount of building and paving
material , uncqualcd transportation Incllltlcs ,
etc. it cannot but become , iti time , a verita
ble southern metropolis.
SomoTnlk n ( n I'oitnlblct ITprliliiK ot Natlvo
SAN FHANCISCO , Cal. , March 7. The
bark Carrie Bark arrived hero from
Honolulu last night and brings advices
from the Associated Press correspondent
there up to February 22 , No outbreak
of any kind has occurred , though it
lacks but little of being ono tdnco the
old orflor of things was overturned.
The fortes of the provisional govern
ment number 850 men and other com
panies are being formed. The men arc
armed with Siirlngileld riflos. Bulling-
ton sight and Winchester carbines , and
have seven or eight dismounted uicgr
gnus , four field pieces ready for action
and one Catling gun , forming a Imtterj
that would prove an insurmountable
barrier against attack. The American
PATEMT
BUREAU.
SUES & . CO.Sollcllor3 ,
Boo Building. Omnlm , Nol
< yenra EinnilnonU. S. Pat Olllcc. Advloo froi
PENSIONS ! CLAIMS !
vessels tire the Mohican , the Boston and
the Alliance.
.1" nn Interview Admiral Skorrltt of
the Mohican said that he thought , with
n few exceptions , the white people of the
Island would bo found on the side of the
Americans In case of an outbreak.
Captain Good , commanding the bar
racks under the present military organ
isation , said yesterday that while thcr
was some question as to whether a gcn
oral uprising ( , f , , , , tlvo Hawaiian * couhl
bo incited , it was not because they lacked
In bravery , but rather Unit proper lead
ers were wanting. O untuning , lie said :
"Sunday last 1 learned there was u
project on foot for Queen Ulluokalanl tt
go to the palace. To my mind this would
mean an assumption at once of roval
authority. On Monday morning I Issued
the order if the deposed queen attempted
to enter the palace gates without a pass
duly signed to refuse her admittance and
If forcible admittance was tried to arrest
her In double-quick tlmo. On yesterday
John S. Sheldon , one of the editors of
Hawaii llotuma. was arrested , charged
with contempt of legislative council , because -
cause of published attack on provisional
government. "
TnUo advice I Stop cotiKliliijT nt once by
tlio Immediate two of Or. Hull'sUouiihSyrup.
Ono bottle will euro you.
sroitTisu vt.un V.IHK imvisiux.
Jockey Chili * Ilitvotho Illjclit to Acceptor
llccllm- Any llntry.
NKW YOUK , March " . [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : UKIJ. ] The Coney Island
Jockey club has again gained a point in
its litigation with Horse Owner I'M ward
Corrigan by a decision handed down by
the general term of the supreme court.
After Corrigan had succeeded In his
light to have his horse Huron run in tlio
Futurity stakes of 18)1 ! ) , and the horse
came in second in that race. Mr. Cor
rigan was unable to collect the second
money. Ho then brought suit to recover
the money , and in thatactlonalso bought
to have rescinded and revoked tlio notion
of the board of control of tlio racing
association , excluding him from enter
ing any of his horses on any of the tracks
which they controlled and that ho be
allowed the same privileges that are
accorded other horsemen. Tlio jockey
club interposed a demurrer to the com
plaint at a special term of court , but
that demurrer was overruled on the
ground that complaint presented a legal
cause of action , namely , to recover the
second money in the Futurity stakes of
1801. Ft-Din tliis decision tlio club ap
pealed to the general term of the
superior court , which now reverses the
action of the lower court and grants a
judgment for the club on the demurrer
with costs. Tliis confirms the right of
jockey clubs to accept or decline cntricsi
Sclilil'nmim'H Antliniii Cure
Never disappoints. Instant relief and coin-
fortnblo sloop assured. Ask your druggist ,
or address Ur. U. SchilTinunn , St. Vuul ,
Minn. , for freu trial package. Mention this
paper.
SPKCIAI , io\v HATIS
To Mobile , AIn.
On Monday , March 13 , my third ex
cursion will leave Council Bluffs for
Mobile , Ala. , 1500,000 acres of choice
farming and fruit growing lands along
the line of the Mobile & Ohio railroad
it from $1.50 to 8,1.00 per acre. Stop-over
) riviloges tit all points south of Jackson ,
i'cnn. For further information and a
descriptive land pamphlet , call on or
write , T. 11. IliCE ,
Room 201 Morrinm Block ,
Council Bluffs , la.
UnlBi'il 1'rlci'H of Lumber.
MlNNHAl'OLis , Minn. . March 7. { Spe
cial Telegram to THE BKB.J The board
of directors appointed at the annual
neoting of the Mississippi Valley Lum-
> ormen's association has decided upon
H'lcos to govern the lumber trade in tlio
uturo. The rniso in most instances will
jo from CO cents to 81 per 1,000 , , accord-
ng to the kind of material. This raise
only affects certain classes of lumber.
The change summarized is as follows :
Prices on joint and scantling timber
: iavo not been changed und will remain
the same. Tlio A and B classes of stock
joards. all 4 and (1-inch ( coiling stuff and
i-ineh coiling ; all lirst , and second clear
inl ? , liniid 2-inch , 12 , 14 and 10-foot ;
third clear in It , U and 2-inch , 12 , 14 and
10-foot ; finishing lumber , shingles and
lath , pickets and battens remain at the
price as formerly.
There arc three things worm saving
Time , Trouble und Money and Do Witt's
Little Early Kiscrs will save thorn for you.
Tlicso little pills will save you timo. as they
act promptly. They will save you trouble as
they cause no pain. They will save you
money as they economize doctor's bills.
I.o\v lliito lixctiraloii.
My thirteenth special excursion to
Houston , Tex. , via the Santa Fo route ,
leaves Omaha Maroh 13 , 18K ! ) . Address
R. C. Patterson , 425 Ramgo building ,
Omaha.
o Iliillroiiil 1'asHitH Aru I'lonty.
CiTV , Mo. , March 7.
[ Special Telegram to TUB BKK. ] To
Hiich an extent are railroad passes dis
tributed at the capitol that in sovoa
weeks only ono ticket for St. Louis has
been purchased , and that was sold to
Governor William .1. Stone. At a meet
ing of Missouri Pacific directors held in
Now York a few days ago , it is said that
a director moved that the ticket iigont
at JelTerson City bo recalled and the
local ofllco closed until the pas.ses now
in hands of the legislators , families of
the state employes and their friends
have been exhausted. A railroad
olllcial stated that the reads operating in
Missouri are compelled to give away
about 100,000 passes during tlio session
of the legislature. Passes are demanded
by almost everybody who comes to the
capitol on business.
The Kreatest pain nnnthilator of the ngo is
Salvation Oil. It always cures.
llniimrkulilc , If Trim ,
SllKHMAN , Tex. , March 7. [ Special
Telegram to Tin : Bui.l One of the
most remarkable freaks of spiritualism
comes from Trenton , near this city ,
which equals the anticipations of tlio
Indian , mentioned recently in tin ) news
papers , who is to nut hiuibolf to sleep.
allowing a crop ( if barley to bo planted
and harvested ever hi * grave and to re
tain lifo. Charles Swec.t , a Swede 05
years old Js nmv at work tunneling into
the side of a wide roi-k bin IT on the farm
of K''illy i'.nrns. aiuMwill prepare an in
clined receptacle against which to loan
hiscu.'lln. ' Jfo will submit to bo buried
alive. James Brown is to watch the
Bopuleher forty days , at the urn ] of which
time Sweet is to walk out well and
hearty. The c.ofllii is to be sormvi'd up
securely.
To quickly relieve neuralgic headiichu.
U'fiO Ilromn-Hcl/nr. Trial boltlo lOo.
IVII IIcliT * t u lu
ST. I'liTF.itRiunto , Muroh 7 A re
markable story of the fortune left at the
beginning of llio century bv an Knglish
Jew named IA-V ! , resident in Bcsaarabia ,
to bis widow , and deposited by her in
the Bank of ICnglanU in 1803 is published.
The fortune Is said to have been uu
touched Mnco then and to amount now
to 00,000,000. Miss II iimerlck , nn
American , IB &aid to have proved her
right to ono forty-fifth of the sum.
' ' 1 IIP eating of meal" means the bulldlnff
up of llcsh , hcuo and tissue , 1C the moat b4
"Hex" Brand Extract of Uoct