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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1897)
TUB OMAHA DATLY TOSE : TtTBflPAY , JANTJATCY 12 , ISflT.
Ailvcrtlncinciitii for HII-HC column *
nlll In ; in Km until ISi.'IO li. m. , for
4 I IIP pvpiiliiic nnil unlll N l > . in. ' > ' ' !
nioriiliiK ami Similar pillllniin.
Ailvi-rtlm-r * , ) > ) rciiticntliiK ; n iiiini-
lii-red t-lipok , en n linvi * ntiKtrrrn nil-
IrvMNpil ( it u ntimlierod letter lit euro
of Tlip llee. AiiNWOtti nil mlilrpNticil
will IIP ilpllvereil on prcNcnlnllon of
the clieelc tinly.
HntPN , 1 1-SJe n iron ! llrnl linertlont
lo n wnril tlii'renrti-r. Nothing tnUen
for ICXN limn U."e for the llrHt limer-
tlon. TheNp uilvprllNiMiieiitH iiitixt IIP
run ( Mii'xcvnll vrly.
Ke , H years' cxprrlcnce , riienha ScnnJIna-
vlnn anil derninn IniiKimirei ; llnt-clu * * refer
ence * . Address 1) 23 , lice olllcc. A-940 1S
\VAXTI3nMAI.13 III3I.1' .
WANTKD. AN IIJBA : WHO CAN THINK OP
Bcmo simple thlnir to imtentT Protect your
lilcnii , they may bring yon wealth ; write John
Wcililrtlmrn & Co. . Depl. V. . Pntvnt Attorneys ,
\VnnhlnKton. 1) . O. , for their 11,500 prize offer
and ix list of ZOO Inventions wanted , II CJ3
TA1LOUS WANTED. CONTINENTAL , CLOTHIng -
Ing Company. H M178
WANTKU. TUAVniTlXa SALESMEN FOIl CI-
Knr ; old reliable liouie ; experience unnoccs-
pnry ; extra Inducements to customers ; $75 to
11(0 per month and expenses. Clins , C. lllshcp
& Co. , Bt. l.oul . U-M350 JH
30 A WEEK SALARY AND EXI'KNSES PAID
fnipimiotij experience not necessary ; permanent
position. The W. I * Kllno Co. , St. Louis , Mo.
MEN TO LEAUN IAHI > EU TIIADE AND KILL
Kooj ( mylnit positions nfter 8 weeks' practice ;
tools given each student free upon pntcrliiK ;
wnnfs mnili" BnliirJnys while learning ; write
for free catalogue. Moler Itnrber Collefc , 223
Washington nve. H. . Minneapolis II MSM 1C *
Ji.OO I'Ell DAY MADE HELLINO OUIt 1'AT-
pntiMl mljimtnhlu kettle covers ; cost tl.OO nnd
Jl.sr , per iloz. ; sell for 25o encli. Illclinnls &
Illrch , 200 Nlcollet ave. , Minneapolis , Minn.
WANTED. fTltST-CJ.ASS SALESMAN OF
Kooil nil'rc ! ; must lie h hustler. Apply to
the Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 11 M9j3
VANTKD"SAI.ESMI.V. ? TO SELL VEKY COM-
plcte line of luhrlentlni ; oils , creases and
rnrclnltlc * ; liberal terms to proper party.
Ji-wel Uvnnlne Co. , Cleveland , O. ll-MMl IS *
1VAXTI3II > 'I3MAI.l II I3I.I
WANTED A LADY WITH ROOD JUDOMENT
of business affairs to 111 ! a vacancy. I ) .U Hec.
WANTED-TWO LADY CANVASSKIIS. PA-
mlllnr with the south part of town. Cnll this
rvrnltiB or between 7 and S a. m. at Knrbach
hotel. H. A. Held. C-917 Il
IIOl'SK.S IN ALL PAUTS OF THE CITY. THE
O. ! ' . Davis Company , ICOi Karnnin. D-C36
HOUSES ; 1IENEWA & CO. , 103 N. 1STH 8T\
MODEUN HOUSES ; C , A. UTAItlt 025 N Y LIKE
CHOICE HOUSES AND COTTAGES ALL OVER
the city. * ' to fSO. Fidelity. 1702 Karnnin ? l.
HOUsEsT ULLAGE , " 'uuo\vjf TiLock. IGTH
and DouRlas D CIO
IIOt'SKS. FllOM J5 UP ; I.AIIC1B LIST. Me-
CUKUO Investment Co. , 150C Uoilco street.D .
A UKAimmjL IIOMI3 IN LAFAYKTTK 1'L.ACK
8 rooms , all modern , tplondld condition , never
hocn rented before ; now offered nl a low
rental to first clam tenant. Fidelity Trust
Company , 1702 Knrmim el. D 312
I1OUSUS FLATS. QAIIVIK I1IIOS , I5H KAItX.CJI
roit nsNT. si : N. MTII ST. . T-IIOOM JIODHUN
house ; $20 per month. Inquire on premiers.
KOIl 11KNT IIY \ \ ' . I ) . MEIKLK. 1ST KA.TI ,
! M1 Duvenport , 7 rooms , modern , 413.
25IG N. tDtli , 7 rooms , moilern , JV ) .
33111 Spencer , 7 rooms , modern , 115 ,
HOUHK3 FOR KENT. I1KMIS. PAXTON I1I.K.
FOR HUNT Ktm.vi.siiKD HOO.M.S.
FURNISHED ROOMS. 170S Douglas. E mSOI-15
FURNISHED ROOMS , HOUSEKEEPING. Z623
St. Mary' * . E MS31 ll
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM , HAY WINDOW ;
onu small room , } 3 ; modern. 1708 California SI.
KURNISIIED S ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING ,
2 for light housekeeping. 611 S. 17th AVP.
E M SOC
KURNISIIED ROOM , MODERN. WITH OR
without lioanl. JM N. S3d st. E MS73 13
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM ; ALScTs
for housekeeping. C0 North 17th. -Mai I 13
I'M IINISIII'ID ROOMS AM ) IIDAItl ) .
SOUTH FRONT ROOM : ALOOVE ; " STEAM
\ heat , furnished or unfurnished ; board ; private
famljy. D 26. llee. K MS31
KfHNISHED ROOMS WITH HOARD. UTOPIA.
172t Davenport St. 1' SCJ 13 *
NIC-ELY KIM1NIS1IED ROOMS. OOOD HOARD ,
rates reasonable. The Rote , < a ) Ilarney.
K MX)7 ! ) 23
ROOMS AND HOARD , FROM J3.50 UP ; MOD-
cm cr.nvenlin-cs. MO N. 15th. KMUSS 1C *
TWO SINGLE NOUTH ROOMS ; STEAM ;
board ; references. 202 N. ISth st. F MOCii 12 *
FOIl U13XT STOUIiS AM )
roil RENT , THE 4-STORY HR1CK Hl.'ILDINO
nt ! iir Farr.am st. T.ils building has n llreproof
cement batem > * iit. eomplela steam heating fix
tures ; water on all Hours ; gau , etc. Apply ut
tha olllco of The lice. 1 910
ACiKXTSVAXTI3I ) .
WANTED. CAPAHLE AND SUCCESSFUL DIS-
ti let. special und local nia-ntu to reprcsc-nt the
MiinlinUnn Life Insuranca Company of New
York In Nebraska. low.i ami .SouHi Dakota ,
ipcclal territory will be given to each owcnl.
wllh the most llbenil brokerage , or a lone and
vnluabln renewal vuntruct. ami wllh such spe
cial lirlp In th field ns will luiuro the largest
measure of success. For further Information
jileam uddrcjs J. W. Dean & Sons. General
Agcnls , llco bldg. , Omuha , Neb. J MJ98 J12
SToit.ua : : ,
OM. VAN & STORAGE. 1113 KARNA"M TKI * 1559
I'ACII.'IC STORAGE AND WAREIIOUSlTcoT
? 0j-510 Jcnes. Gencr.il ktoruuc and forwiirdlns
WANTED. SECONDHAND SAKE : GIVE INside -
side mensurmtntki make ; pi leu for cash.
Addrem Wheeler nrolherx , Neula , la.
WANTED , "TO RENT OR llUYr A niACK"
smith shnp : prcferri'd In Ic\va , Aildreo * O , T.
Rrld , EiiiFfcon , la. N M953 12 *
WANTED , SECOND-iiANI ) 5 OR " 10 "lioUKljI
power KUKilliR' engine ; liiuvl Ixt rheap nnd In
seed onlcr. Addms Ilex 23 , South Omain. !
FOIl SAInllORHi.S : , AVAC10XS , KTO.
WE WILL SEUTA"CONfiIONJUSNT oT'T'INB
lown hordes , all kind * , at auction at the
I'nlon stock yards We'Incsdny afternoon.
Auction sale cf horses eveiy Wednesday ,
Wiuworlh Proctor Co. P MM2 I3
FOR SAir..Mi. ( oii.i.AMoiis.
CHEAPEST HARDWOOD WOVEN CORN CRII1.
being madf. C. R. Leo , 00 ! Douclas. C ] CIS
8LBIOliS. 8INflI.lJNl7 DOUI1E. | "llELOW
cont. Drunimond Cnnlnse Co , Q MI.K4
lllAI.1 : . KINK NEW HKHI.dHADiril'icYl
cli > ; ts. Oin.ihu lllcycia Co. , 3D N , IClh st.
BALK. ONI3 SIXTON HOWE.HOPP
scale ; nearly new. AildrvM D il , Ht-u.
HATIIS , KTO.
> IMR , HMITI1 , till nOUULAB , llOOir C ; MAS *
iiigi nnil t mu Ijaths. T MM8
JHBSAMU . VAPOR UATIIS , MASSAGE , (07
U. 15Ui 41. , rum t , . ' '
RUPTURE CURED ; NO PAIN ; NO DETEN-
tlon from business ; we refer to hundreds of
pntlcntH cured. O. E. Miller Co. , 717 N. Y.
_ Llfo Jiuildlng , Omnhn , Neb. U-MJ
WA"NTEI > TMEN" AND WOMEN TO ADVER-
tls our goods In every county In Nebraska ;
Ktiod pny ; tend stnmp for particulars. E , : l.
Co. , 1019 Harney st. , Omaha , Neb.U
U C31 J21
RUPTURE PERMANENTLY CURED ; PAY
when euretl ; no pnln , no detention from li.i l-
ntf . Fidelity Rupture Cure , 304 llee blJg.Omaha
VIA VI FOR trrEIUNK THoljuilKSr ! * * ' ! I :
bldif. Physician , consulatlon or health book
free. U iK
I1ATIIS. MASSAGlTxij. ! . FoST. 31DV4 ST1L
WANTED-11Y AN' EXl'EIUENCED IXSTIIUC-
tor , two or threa private pupils. Address I )
15 llee. '
PLKATEIl , KOIt 7BO FOfl
IS days only , sin UoiiRlRS hlk. tj 1U > S 11 *
ilADAME ijOVU. TIIKnMAir"lJATHS. 1B13
Howard st. U MU13 16 *
CAint & i'EOA"u7 succissons TOVM. .
I.yle Dlchey Co. , have removed t 1M N. IStli ,
U M90 Kit
MO.MiV TO LOAN HIJAI , UST.VTU.
ANTHONY LOAN & T15UST CO. , SI ! N. Y. L.J
quick moni'x nt low rates for choice fnim lonns
In Iowa , northern Missouri , eastern Nebraska.
CITY LOANS. C. A. STAllll. DU N. Y. l.IKi : .
MONKY TO LOAN ON 1MPHOVEIJ OMAHA
real estate. Ilrennnn , I > ivo Co. . I'axtoii blMk.
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property.V. . Paniam Smith & Co.,1320 Karnnin.
w Co'J '
MONEY"TO" LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property. U. S. MorlKnno & Trust Company.
New Ymh. l'o ry & Thoinni , Agents , No. 207
Klrst National Hank llldg. W US
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATE3. THE
O. ! ' . Davis Co. , 1S05 I'nrnnm Sl
MONEY TO TbAN ON OMAHA PROPERTY AT
lowest rates ; bulldlns loans wanted. tMdrllty
Trust Company , 110 ! Knrnum St. Afc >
o PER CENT" MONEY TO"UJAN ON OM'AHA
property. Neb. fnrms.V. . II. Melklo
3IOM2Y TO I.OAX ClIATTMiS.
MONEY rb LOAN ON l-'URNITURE , IMANO3.
horst-s , WDROIIS eti > . ; nt lowest rates In city ;
no removal of Knod.i ; strictly conll.lentlnl ; you
can pay the loan off at any tlmior In any
nmount. OMAHA J10RTOAOE 1XAN CO. .
: OG So. ICth Kt.
MONEY TO LOAN. 50. CO , SO DAYS ; FURNI-
tuie , pianos , etc. Duff Qiccn room 8 Uarker blk.
FOH SALE , AHOUT 2,00) LltS. MINION TYPE ,
7W Ibs. agate , 1M pair two-third cases.
doubla Iron stands for two-third caeca. This
material was used on The Omaha Dec , and Is
In folrly coed condition. Will be sold cheap
In bulk or In quantities to suit purchaser.
Apply In person or by mall to The Ileo Pub
lishing Company , Omah.i , Neb. Y 713
TO GET IN OH OUT OV HUSINEPS GO TO J. J.
Gibson , Oil let Nafl Ilk , HulKllng. Y SCO
TOR SALE OH E.CHANGE20.000.00 PAID UP
Block In a Jobbing house of excellent lepuln-
lln-i with n good trnUc. Tne parly offcrlDB the
block Is a salaried ulllccr nnd thp purchaser ,
If n man of K od executive ability and de
sirous of acccutliiR an active position , may be
elected to the olllcc. AdJruiit Powell & i'utlcr ,
1C17 Fnrnum street , Omaha. Neb. Y 7 3 11
PAYING OIL HUSINE.-SS
In Omaha ; will trade for land In Iowa or
eastern Nebraska. Address D 17 , llee olllcc.
Y 11613 13-
KARM NEAR SNOHOMISH , WASHINGTON ,
for properly furlhcr ciiBt. Sol by , 1C03 Kartiam.
KOIt SALE OR TRADE FOR KARM , A KIHST
claxM lintel of 21 rooms , with all modern im
provements , well ftirnts.icd , at Woodbine , Iowa.
\S'oodblro has one cf the best patronized
Normnl schools In the stale. Inquire J , A.
Roberts , WooJblne , Iowa. Z S03-11
TO EXCHANGE FOR 3.COO STOCIC HARDware -
ware , IW acres land , two miles out ; 100 acres
under plow ; good title. Address Ilex S9. Cor-
recllonvtlle , la. X MS11 1. ,
In cnstern Nebraska , to exchange for Rencral
merchamllbe , hanlware. Implements , furniture
and bools nnd shoes. I'"op parllcularx address
George \V. Hutton , Coleridge , Neb.X .
X MEC2 l.T
LONG LEASE ON ICO ACHES I < AND ; SO
nerr 111 cultlvallnn , for cash or Riniill stock
of Brocerlcs. Address Ilex 1S7 , CrnlK. Neb.
I-'OK SAMS UUAIj 1SSTAT1- : .
AUSTRACTS. ' THE HYKON REED COMPANY.
HOUSES. LOTS , FARMS. LANDS , LOANS-
Gco. P. Ucmls Heal Estate Co. , PaMon tlk.
RE > !
FOR I-.TCCHANCIU EiailT-ROOM MODERN
liuiite for claims nualllEt Omaha Savings bank.
G. M. Nattlnser & Co. . 1701 Karnnin St.
RE CC3 1 !
OMAHA SAVINGS HANK ACCOUNTS TAKEN
lit par In exchange for houses and lots. ( All
or part. ) The Ilyron Reed Co. RE 810
FOR SALE 5-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT. $1.100.
( room UOUSP and lot. JSUO.OO. on easy payment * .
The Hymn Reed Company. RK SJ3 11
ONE 0 AND ONE 3-ROOM COTTAGE ON
norlh :0th. near Charles street , for ll.'OO.CO.
can take deposit In Omaha Savings bank as
; 4 ° 3 llurdett street.room cottage and lot ,
C0.\120 , for fl.2iO.CO.V. . II. OATES.
CIS N. Y. Life.
RE M3.ll H
FOR RAI.E CHEAP. HOUSE AND LOT , 277)
Hlomlo. Infiulro on prcmlnes. _ RE M 911 H *
ACCOUNTSN" OMAHA SAVINGS HANK
taken t par for n-nl e tule nt present low
values. George G. Wallace , llrown block. IClh
and Douslas. HE
PUT YOl'It MONEY INTO CHOICE FIRST
mortgages ; wheio It Is safe , brings betier le-
tums , all Ihlnirs considered , than If placed
elsewhere. See my list of mortgaKeii. Oeorco
O. Wallace , llrown block , ICth nnd Douglas.
I Ol-'KER MY SERVICES TO SAVINGS HANKS
depositors In thu settlement of their accounts ,
or In looking after the collection of mortgages
which they may take 111 payment of accounts.
Ample experience ami ample references. Georjic
O. Wlillace , 312 llrown hilt. . Kill and Doughm.
'SNAP-IMS CLARK ST. . 5-ROO.M HOUSE ;
frontage. 30 fettj pi Ice , 11,350.00. J. N. Fren-
zer. opp. P. O. 1113 MUS J''H
MORAND'S. 1310 HARNEY. FOR PRIVATE
und class lea > ons dally ; alwuyi : open ,
LIKE INS. POLICIES HOUGHT.V. . F. HOLDEN
WANTED. TO CORRESPOND WITH PARTIES
who wish to buy or sell Omaha National
bank stocks ; also wanted bank casliltr with
money to help buy control or bank. Address
D 33. llee. MS3 < I.
IIL'II.UI.VG AM ) I.OA.V ASSOCIATIONS.
& I1.\PS'N PAYs.
7 , S per ctnt hen 1. 2 , 3 y ars old ; always re.
( lecmublc , 17C4 Fnriu'tn lit. Nntllnier , Hec.CCS
HOW TO GET A HolE oicCUHM "r.o"oD
Interest on savings. Apply lo Omulm U A U.
A k'n , 1701 Farnuin. U. M. Natllngcr , Sen.
. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ CM
.MTSIO , AHT A.\l > I.AAUUAtJH.
E r. ani.LENHECK , HANJO , MANDO.
lln nnd tnlur tcachiir. Room 412 lice Hide ,
Tel. 238. uo
.SI3Wl.\c ; MACIIIMCN AM ) SUIM'MUS.
NEW HOME. HOUSEHOLD AND WHITE
machlno olllce , 15M Cap , Avc. Tel. 1S7I.
HllOItTIIAM ) AND TVPUWHITINO.
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL , tlj N. V. LIKE.
AT OMAHA UUS-COLLEQE , IOTH & DOUGLAS.
WANTKD TO IIOIIHOW.
TO 110RROW. J1SO.OO , SlX MONTHS , OOOD
security ; seed rale or Intercut. Address C U ,
iio , tsn 30 *
rri' Ptf HELL YOU A MORTGAGE OR MAKE
a IQUII for you on eltlur farm or city prop
erty. V. O , Weod. ailt KJn Beourltles.
Kth * nd JJoucUu. 120 u
TIIKO LIEHEN , AK-SAR-I1EN COSmtMER. CJO
S. 13th ; Inreritt stock m.i ! tucrndo nnd theat
rical goods In the west. MSS9 n
NEW AND SECOND-HAND SAVES ; SAKE RE-
pairing. J. J. Derlght , Illc Karnam.
miKSSMAKINO. IN PAMIMUS. MIS3
Sturdy. u IluriJcttc. M IM-Jlf *
WI.'SSMAKINO IIY Tlin OAY ; WOIIK Of ATT-
' ' C 39. Ileo. -M31G 15 *
LADIES ! CHirllESTER'S ENGLISH PENNY-
ruynl Pills ( Dlamnnd brand ) are the best. Safe ,
reliable. Take no other. Send 4c stnmn | for
particulars ; "Relief for Ladles. " In letter by
return mall. At dniRglsts. Chlchcsltr Chem
ical Co. , Philadelphia , Pa. Mention lire.
MM7 12 *
EI.OCUT1ON. MRS. W. N. DORWARD. C23 N.
19th. -M7C3 IV
GBT M. S. WAUKIN'S PIHCKS ON FUUNI-
ture pncUlnj , rcpalrlnu , upholi > terlni ; ; mnt-
treF.ses mnOo ami renovated ; 2111 Cuir.lnc. Tel.
GET THE REST TYPEWRITERS ; SUPPLIE- !
repairs , United Typewriter fc Supplies C.-
1CI2 Fnrnam St. C70 Junc-31) )
II. MAROW1TZ LOANS MONEY. 413 N. 10 RT
SUES & CO. ,
PATENT SOLICITOUS ,
Omaha , Nobr
Advlco nnd I'nlont lloo.c
. , % rf vY ptirchnsinjj ; jioods inndc
e I < v nt tin ; following Nubrns *
\ . iy lea f ictorios. If you can *
iiol Hiul whr.t you want ,
coninuiiiicntu with the
* * * S * itiainifactiircr.s us to
vv h a t ttvi.tlcrs Iiaiuilu
their goods. = = - -
BAGS. BURLAP AND TWINE.
IIIC.MIS O.1IA11A H.VU CO.
Manufacture.- all Iclnj * of cotton and bur
lap bags , coiton Hour sacks and twlua a spec
ialty. Cll-fill-CIS S. lllh Ft.
0.1IAH.V IlKUWl.NU AMSUCIATIO.V.
Car load ihlt.mcnls made la our oun refri
eralor rais. lime Ribbon. Elite Exoort. VU-nn
Export und Family Export dellvcicd lo all pai
of the r.Uy.
moN woitKs !
lAlA : COUU1LL , 1K > \ \ \ Olln
Iron unit Hr.iHk Voiinilcrn.
Manufnctuiein and Jobbers of Machinery. 'ln-
< rnl rcp.ilrlm ; a rpecmitv. iMl. 13 3 and I'M
Jickson siree : . Cnm ! , , Nco.
Manufacturing ani repairing cf .in kln's ot
machinery , englms , pumus.Ievulura. . pr nMns
preucs , hangers , shafting ono couplings. Hto and
1408 Howard St. , Omaha.
I'AXTOX A : VIIJllLINC ! IHOX AVORICS.
Manufacturers oi .Architectural Inn Work
General Foundry. Alachlm ar.J lllacksmlil work.
Engineers nnd Contractors for Fits Proof llulld-
Ings. Odlcu and works : U. I' . Hy. tnd Bo
17th street. Oman * .
NIQHT WATCH. V1RE SEUVICE.
The only perfect prelection to propirty Exam
ine ' 1. H < st thing on enrlli. l'.educ. Inturanci *
rates. 1304 Douglas slrttt.
J. II. KVA.SU1IHASICSIIIUT
t'xcluslve custom shirt tailor * . 1M1 Parnnm ,
Uw. Ilia for unr iiiirnl
ilisclmrc" , InllaiiimBiionj.
Irrltalioiij or nircratluna
. . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . of l n lnej IICOIIH | < . Kin ) n i.ot ; rni bra lies.
THtEvAijCHtucuCa. Ktut or rolsoiicus
orsunt lii plain wr
rtur ti >
" ' i ri * , i i fcijtrr * ' ! ; n i i * '
V.'o tend the Trench Itemedy
CALTHOS frcr. ( n c. < > . If. ) iml >
lecal guaranteu that CAI.TIIIIJ will
1 Ul l..t-p riniilnrricn. ) Viirlcoeclo
end KC-STCItK lK > it Vlcor.
i/ie it and ( \fiatisfied. .
VON MODI. CO. , 332 Q ,
Jj .l , , Clntlontll , OhU
RAILWAY TIME CARD
leaves IIIIJRLINGTON & MO. RIVER.Arrlvi | >
pm.ihnjUnlonrepol , lOtli & Mason SU. | _ Omaha
:33ain : . .T . , . . Dem cr"Express . .V..r..TT9SJam
4Kpm.IJIk Hills. Mont Puget Slid Ex. 4 : pm
4:3jpm . Denver Exprccs . 4U3pm :
V:05pm : - Lincoln Local ( ex Sunday ) . . . . 715pm ;
i aSjim. . . .Lincoln Local ( BX. Sunday ) . . . .ll vam
lJim-s CilICAGO."UURLINOTON &Tj7ArflvcT |
Omnlml Union Depot. lOlh & .Mu * < .nKt _ * . ( Omaha
' : CJimi . Chicago VertlbUe . ' . . . fWam
8:45nm : . Chlcaiso Express . 4)5pm )
7tOpm..Chleaso : , < t St LouU Express. . S:00 : m
llMOam . Pacific Junction Local . , :10um :
- - . Fastlull . 2:50pm
? fnvt" I. &ST.PAUL.Arrlves. |
OmahqlUnlon Icpot jeth1& Mjisiin rtij ; omitha
S-Jlpnil . Chicago Limited . 8:05am :
H:00nm. : . . Chicago Express ( ex. Sunday ) . . . 3:2pm :
leaves ( CHICAGO & NORTHWEST'N.I Arrives
OmahajUnlonDepot _ , 10th & .Miui : Sn.f Omaha
lD < 3am Eastern Express 3:40pm :
4MSp.ni Vcetlbuled Limited . D:40pm :
BS5pm : fc't. Paul Express 0:30.un :
OMOarn St. Paul Limited
7:30.1111..Carroll & Hloux City Local. . . llIOpm :
G&Ppm Omulm Chicago Special . SDOam :
Mlmourl Valley Local. 930am ;
" " '
I-caves jC'UICACOi" . I. & PACIKIC.J ,
OiimhaUiilon | Depot , 10th & Mason Sts.f
IO:40.ini..Atlaijtlo Express ( ex , Sunday ) . .
7:00pm NlKht Express 815am ;
4opm..Chicago : Vestlbulcd Limited. . . . l:33pm :
4iOpiii..St. : Paul Veitlbuled Llniltcd. . . . l:33pm
_ lt"im. ! | . . . . . . . . . Colorado I mltcd. . . . . , t:00nm :
C. . ST. 1' . . M. < t O.
AVobster Street Station.
Oniahaf Dciwf , isth anil Weh".ie"r"srs. | Omaha
PaulExprcss _ . sflOnm
I cnvtii ] K. C. . BTrJr& ' C. " D. Arrlcvci *
pmahaUnlon | Depot , lOUi & Manon n.-.l.a
BOSanl..KnniaR ; Clfy Day Express. " . ? CilOpm
l OOpiii.IC C. Night Ex. via U. P.Trans. C30am ;
MissbURt"PACIFIC. . ( Arrives
Oiiiaha [ .D'POji lSllLJinil Webtter Sts. jf Oniaha
3COpm..Ncbraskn : & Kansas Limited. . 'IZolpm
0:3i : > pn . Kam.au City Express . CUiOam
Sl5piji ! . Nebraska Local ( ex , Sun. ) , . . . 9 ; Warn
leaven I UIODX CITY * PACIFIC. ( Arrive *
Omaha ! Utpot. Hlh nnd Websli-r Hu. I Omuha
caipin..He. 1-aiil Umllcd. . . . . . . . . . CilOam
Leaves" | "S"I01IX "CITY''PAcTl'ia JArriTcT
OiiialialUnlun Deiml , IQIh St Mason tl . ( Omaha
BMOatn .T.lil I'HU ) ra , , , . , , . .
750um ; Hloux City Pamenner SOJpm ;
Hi. Paul UmlleJ 9:0am :
> avci I UNION I'i iriC. ( Arrlvn
QiiiiihflUnlon | Di-imt , IQlh & Maion 8t . | Omaha
8Mnm. ; . . Overland I.lmltod lt9pin ;
I3UpmIleat'CD ; & Slromtb'f I x. ( ex Bun.3SOpm ) ;
E:3SpmOranl : Itland IJsprvu ( ex. Hun ) , ! : KO ; > iii
SiSOpm. . . . . . . . . . . ,1'uit Mall .IC'iO.iin
ixavc I WAllAHinrA IWVAY. IA rrTveT
Omilmtnlon | ; Depot , 10th & Mason Hts.l Omtha
' - "
, , Il:5Cora :
FUTURE OF DIE SHORT LINE
W , H , Bancroft of the I nion Pacific to Bo
Mndo Qonoral Manager
RECEIVER ANDERSON TA LKS OF THE SALE
l3\irpK < < pN thp Oiilnlii t Illllt (111MV
Piit AVIII > lltlntlllll
piiilly HelntloiiN tvllh the
I'nloii ' I'nelllu Synleiii.
Frederic II. Coudert , 13. Kllcry Anderson
nnd John \V. Doanc , thrco of tlio ( Ivo re-
cclvcM of the Union Pacific system ,
nccompanlcd by Attorney Goer for the
Dillon rotate , returned to Omaha from Salt
Lake City yesterday , the private car of
the receivers being attached to the Union
Pacific's "Pent Mall. " . The party at once
proceeded to the Union Pacific headquarters ,
where they were cngagd throughout , the
morning with biMlnras matters. They
left for the east In the afternoon , via the
Hock Island route. President Clark anJ
General Manager Dickinson are In
Denver , ami will make an Inspection of the
Kansas lines before returning to Omaha.
In speaking of the sale of the Oregon Short
Line nnd Utah Northern , the transaction
that called the receivers to Salt Lake City , tea
a Ileo reporter this morning , Mr. Andcraon
3 M : "The Dec has published the news of
the sale of the Short Line , and I think there
Is but little more to bo said on the matter.
The time for the actual delivery of the
properties sold has not yet been announced ,
and I cannot tell when the transfer will take
place. It will not , however , bo prior to
"I think there Is no doubt but that the
Short Line will be operated under the moat
friendly relations to the Union I'aclflc. Of
courao , there are advantages In operating the
two roads as one system , nnd somp of these
will bo loot by the segregation of the Short
Line. Dut everything polnla toward a most
harmonious co-operation between the two
roads oven though separated.
"Xaturally there Is considerable interfst
about the probability of the opening of the
Oregon gateway to other roads , and I bellevo
that the Union I'aclflc will ha In a position
to offer better Inducements to the Short
Line for through tralilc arrangements than
can any other road. "
"Cnn you give < x Hst of the officials of the
now Short Line , Mr. Anderson ? "
"I bollevo U has been announced that
W. II. Uancrolt , now snpsrlntendent of the
Union Pacific's mountain division , will bo
the general manager. Of thn other appoint
ments I < ln 'iiot know. " '
"Is there anything In the scheme to build
a railroad from Salt Lake City to Los
Angeles ? "
"In my opinion that * xlatn only on paper
an yet , though something may cornsof It
" \Vhoro the headquarters of the Short
Line will lie located I .cbnnot state. There
Is considerable pressure being brought to
bc-ar on the purchasers liy the people of
Salt Lake City to locate the headquarters
there and to Incorpqra.U1 am ) operate the
now Independent rallicart fumlrr the laws of
( ho slate of Utah. I J.iic < ? It that this movement
ment Is likely to nicct"\vltp success. "
I > III.1U > T ! \ FOIl -tUAKiS ; .1. LAXn.
ErC'OMU'H ASMlNtllllt ( Jl'IMTIll Prplffll t
Aprenl of the Union I'aetfle.
Clmrlta Jaclrson Lane , for the past six
years division freight ag nt of the Union
P.iclflc , has Just been promoted to the Im
portant pest of assliunt general freight
agent of the same system , with headquar
ters In this city. Clrvu'lnrs announcing the
promotion and signed by J. A. Munroe.
freight trafllc manager , and approved by E.
Dickinson , general ijsaapfjqr , w.ere Issued
5'wterday. The appointment Is fo 'date
from January 1 , 1S9I. , Ih the future Freight
Traffic Manager Munrooj will ha.-o two cs-
slstant general freight agents. Rimer E.
Wood continuing In lib prccicnt position.
The promotion Is noteworthy for two rea
sons : First , railway companies arc as a
rule making more cuts and reductions anil
fewer promotions these days ; second , the
very cordial reception given to the news
among railway men and shippers and others
doing business with the Union Pacific's
Mr. I iuo Is a New Yorker , the homo of
his mother still being near Ithaca , the seat
of Cornell university. Ho came wrst In
1S79. and entered the trersurer's ofllce , St.
Joseph & Grand Island division of the Union
Pacific , at St. Joseph. He served that divi
sion of the then great and powerful Union
Pacific In various capacities , his last peti
tion being Miat of live stock agent , to which
he was promoted In October , 1SS7. In 18'JO
ho was again promoted , this time to the
position of traveling freight agent , \vltli
headquarters at Grand Island. In 1S91 he
was made division freight agent of the Ne
braska division with headquarters In Omaha ,
nnd has served the Union Pacific In this
capacity continuously since then.
viraws CM. ' iticciiviit AMMSIISOX.
HellevpH ( lint Union Pnplllc Korc-
pliiNiire Solven tin * I'rnhlpiu.
E. lOllery Anderson , one of the receivers
of the Union Pacific system , In discussing
the defeat of the Powers bill yesterday said :
"Personally I was not favorably impressed
with the Powers bill. As a Washington
paper put It , the bill proposed to Increase
the security of the government by Increasing
the amount of the prior Her.3 against the
property. Wo have noiv spent ten years
talking over the settlement of tnis debt and
nothing has bom accomplished. I think
the government should take some steps
looking to the foreclosure of Its mortgage.
H should try to arrange for a satisfactory
bid , which I think could be successfully
done. The parties holding the first lien
will , I bellfvo. bo willing to make n reason
able agreement to prevent the property
A Wonderful Medicine
rorBIIIouflr.na Nervous dlsordors.euchas Wlnfl
and rain In t.'ioytomacli , Blck Headache , fllrtdl-
noss.I'uUucsj and BiTollInK , after moats , Dlzzl-
Ucaannd DrowBlneaa.Cold Chills , Flushings ot
Itcat , Ixso oi Appetite , liortncsa of Droatb , Cos-
tlT no80 , Blotches on the RU'lii , DlsturbcU Sloop ,
rrJglitfulDrcana. nudall"Kirrous anil Trcmb-
llngEonsatlons , ie. , when tbeso symptoms are
caused by constlpntlon' , ns most ot them aro.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL GWG' HELIEF IN TWENTY
MINUTES. Tlila la no fiction. Ercry eufToror U
oaruestly luvltcd to try ono'Bnx ' ot llieso Pills
aua they will bo ncUiiou'lcdgutl to be
A WONDERFUL DICiE.
JlEIJOIBA. 'S I'lLLS , taken oa directed ,
will quickly rostnro romatyp'tocomplGtolioaUu. '
They promptly romero pbalcuctlous or Irregu
larities ot the oystom. , Fi > f a
they act lllio magic a fair doses will irnU won-
flora upon the Vital Organs i mrongtUoulue lUe
Muscular Brslcm , rostorlug tUs long-loet com.
plosion , brlnglL's back tlio Jioen edge ot appe *
tlto , nnil arousing with the Itoacbitd of
IIcalHi tliovliolo i > hy lcul ciicrty ot
tbo human frame. Tlicso nrotacta admitted by
thousands , tn all clasBoi ot ooctoty , audouoot
IbobcslRuarantccaioUio Norvrtus and JJoLlll-
tatod Is that Itocclinni'o IMIla Imvo the
larac t Sale of uny I'atuut Hlotllcluo
tu the IVorlil.
Annual Sales nioro than 6,000,000 , , Boxes
SAC. ftt Drue Stores , or will bo sent by U.S.
Aeonts. 13. P.ALLEN CO , , 381 Uonal St. , Now
7ork , poet pdlil , upon receipt of price , Book
free uoon aDDllcallon.
their 1'nnils. I do not 1110,111 tlmt
the govornnient's lion sliould bo nolil for tlio
price the first mortnaR * bondholders agree
to offer , but < isc Hint na nn upset price , nnd
If any outside pnrtlcs wish to coino In nnd
hid nioro thnn tlmt for ( ho property , sub *
ject to the other lleiin , Hint would , of course ,
bo to the government's advantage. The
president has -It In his power to order fore
closure proceedings begin at any time , nnd
after nn oxpsrlenco of ten yoitn In necking
A settlement I think ho should take steps
to cxcrcl&o that power. "
IMO.V ; PACIFIC'S MOVI\H PALACH.
X MV I'nllinnii Sli-i'iiiT for llnC'lil 'iiK -
HIIII Frnni'lMCMi Srrvlcc.
Ono of the handsomest Pullman sleepers
ever seen In thla city passed through yes-
tcrlay nftcrnoon , attached to the eastbound -
bound "Overland" train. The "I.arnmle,1
as the nc v coach hns been named , wno
built In the shops of the Pullman com
piny nt Pullman , 111. , nnd this M Its bov\
to the public. The car Is seventy feet fong
and of the usual depth. U Is cqulppci
with the now extension vestibule , nnd al
other Improvements known to the com
pany at the present time.
Inaldo the cur Is n miniature palace
Green , vermtlllon and blue arc the prevailing
colora , imd the tapestries nnd draperies o
the state rooms arc colored to match , formei
of heavy silk. The smoking room is of Turk
ish design In Its upholstery. Tim deck
lights , or ventilators , are of elliptical form
and are filled with art glass , being of tin-
uatial handsome design.
There are two state rooms ono being the
usual equipment for a Pullman ; but owing
to the long run between Chicago and San
Kranclseo , It was thought wlao to add nn
extra ono to the now coach. The finish
Is of mnhognny. heavily Inlaid with colored
woods. The celling Is of blue , with designs
The "Laramlo" la the first of n number of
Pullman cars ordered by the Union Pacific
for the Chicago-San Kranclsco run. The
railroad company owns the controlling In
terest In the new cara , but they will be
operated by the bulldeits.
DKl'OSITOIIH WAST ACTION TA1CKX
CriMlKurM of tinOhl Anu-rlrnii Suvlnirn
Hunk AVII1 A.ik for n Hi-port.
A number of the depositors of the defunct
American Savings bank hold a meeting In
room 500 , First National bank building , yca-
tcrdny afternoon , to take some action In
forcing the collection of their various claims
against the institution. K. Hardy wan
elected chairman. It was stated that the
bank had been In a rcrelvcr'3 hands over
three years , and but GG- , per cent had been
refunded on the deposits. There had been
no dividend declared for nearly two yearn.
The men present thought It no more than
their rlsht that Receiver Thomas should
make a proper accounting of the bank's
present condition to its dcpoiltoifl. A com-
mlttco of three was appointed to make such
demands upon the receiver , and also to hire
an attorney to press claims for balance due.
Union Ii > | > ot Coinnitiiy Mri-llnur.
The annual meeting of the Union Depot
company was held yesterday at the Union
Pacific headquarters. All the old directors
wcro re-elected. They are : Edward Dick
inson , George \V. Holdrcgo , K. P. Durkec ,
Thomas L. Klmball , J. G. Taylor and 13.
uiiK. The old officers were also re-
elected. They are : President. Thomas L.
Klmball ; vice president , George \V. Hold-
rcge : secretary and treasurer , J. G. Taylor.
All the olllccra and directors , except Gen
eral Manager Dickinson of the Union Pc-
clflc , were In attendance at the meeting.
IIo la In Denver. No other business wra
transacted , nor was there any discussion
cf the matter of general Interest at this
Hold an n Mutter of I'orin.
As a matter of form and lit order to keep
the organization intact , the annual election
of directors of the Union Land company war
held nt the Union Pacific headquartcro yro-
terd.iy. The old director * , S. S. II. Clark ,
Oliver W. Mink. 13. Kllery Anderson , John
AV. Doane and Frederic Coudert , the five f--
cclvcrs of the Union Pacific , were re-elccUxl
The election of officers will take plaro at
subsequent meeting of thu directors In Nov.-
York City. _
I'erxonnlly Commuted I2xunrlnn
Leave Omnha every Friday via the Union
PaclQc. No chnngo ul cars to Ogden , San
Francisco or Ijos Angeles. Tourist eleepura
dally to San Franckco.
Special attention pahl to ladles traveling
alon . . A. C. DUNN.
City Pass , and Tkt. Asrent.
1302 Farnam 3t
Prlee of llnvnnn Tolineeo 111101111111 ; .
A local tolmcco dealer says the prlco of
Hiivnna fillers Is about -10 cents u pound
higher than It was six months ngo , as n
result of the Cuban war , whllo the price
of Havana wrappers Is so high as to be
almost out of sight. IIo says. In fact , that
there nro no wrappers on the market , be < -
eause those who have any of them In
ntoelt will not llx u prlco upon them. He
Bnytt , further , that as a result of the price
thcro Is very little Havana tobacco being
used by western factories. Kastern fac
tories willed have a reputation to sustain
must have the tobacco at whatever cost , or
quit the business.
MnrrlnKt * LlooitNex.
Permits to wed have ber-n Issued to the
following parties by the county Judge :
Nunui anil residence. Age.
Lewis Dcpugh , South Omaha 21
Kutlo Neal , Omaha 19
.Math Kaiser , Omaha 32
Theresln UbciUtrlt , Omaha 22
Christ byck , Omaha 23
.Mary Jensen , Omaha 19
I.eo U Hii.ssult , Omulm ,15
Sarah A. Ulllcn , Omaha 23
Holeslaus V. Sorbooskl , Omaha , 23
Mrs. Jeiinlo Dudck , Omaha 39
IJleotrli * I.lirlit Coiniiimy IClrellnii.
At the meeting of the directors of the
Thomson-Houston ISlectrle Light com
pany , he-Id yesterday afternoon , the fol-
lowlug ollieers were elected for the en
suing year : President , Thornns U Klmball ;
first vice president and general manager ,
Vf. RVhlto ; second vice president , F. A.
Nash ; secretary nnd treasurer , ! ' . O.
wis.vTiinii romscAST KOII TODAY.
I'lirllnlly Cloudy , ivllli Vnrlnlile Wind *
1'retllcleil \elirnnlui. .
WASHINGTON. Jan. ll.-Tho forecast for
Tuesday Is :
For Nebraska , Iowa , Missouri and Kan
sas Partly cloudy ; variable wlnda.
For South Dakota Threatening ; warmer ;
For Colorado and Wyoming Partly
cloudy ; variable winds.
Ioral iiccoril ,
OFFICE OF THI3 WRATIIEU BUREAU ,
OMAHA , Jan. 11. Omuha record of rainfall
and temperature compared with cor
responding day of the past three years :
1S37.1S9G. 1W3. 1S3I.
Maximum temperature. . . 12 47 15 32
Minimum temperature. . . 22 31 * 10 21
Average temperature. . . . . 32 40 2 28
Kullifull 00 .00 .00 .00
Itecord of temperature nnd precipitation
nt Omaha for tliu day and tilnco March 1 ,
Normal tcmpcrnturo for the day 1C
Excess for the day Hi
Accumulated excess clncp March 1 74
Normal precipitation for thu day. . .02 Inch
Dellclency for the day 02 Inch
Total precipitation slnco Mch. 1. 35.51 Inches
Excess slnco March 1 B.OI Inches
Deficiency for cor. period , IMG , .11.51 Inches
Deficiency for cor , period , ISM. . 15.17 Inches
IteiiurtM from StnlloiiH at H i > . m.
Seventy-fifth meridian time.
"T" liiJUales trace of precipitation.
U A. VfK
Local Porecatt OlUolal.
South Omaha Nows.
At the meeting of tha city council held
last night Councilman Hylatid , chairman of
the special committee appointed to Investi
gate the cost ot electric lights In other cities ,
asked for further times which wag granted.
Diving to the absence of Councilman
Hughes the committee report on dividing the
Flnst ward was laid over for one week.
Vansant offered a nwoliillon directing the
street commissioner to lay a crosswalk on
thu south side of B street at Twenty-fifth
street , and the motion carried.
I A petition slRiu-d by seventy-five residents ,
! asking for an are light at Twenty-fifth and
M atree'.a ' was read and referred to the com-
mlttco on lights.
Clerk Carpenter reported thirty births In
December , tlftetii males and lltlcen fumalcs.
Ton deaths occurred , eight males and two
Police Judge ChrUtmann reported $34 In
feca and fines col I octet ! last month.
Permits for ihe erection of twenty-four
frame buildings and three brick structures
hava been Issued during thu last six months
by llulldlng Inspector Parlts.
Schultz offered a. resolution directing the
city attorney to draft an ordinance regu
lating the speed of railway trains passing
through the city to ten inllrs an hour. The
attorney was so Instructed.
A resolution waa passed directing the
building 'Inspector to notify owners of do-
ftctlvo buildings to make the necessary rc-
t > alrj nt onco. the work to bo under tha di
rection of the city engineer.
Hyland wnnls the city attorney to draft
an ordinance regulating the speed that blcy-
clw shall bo ridden through the city , nnd
providing for the USD of proper signals. The
other members ol the council laughed at the
rrnoliiilcm. but voted for It just the same.
Hyland cited several accidents which have
occurred lately on account of bicyclists rid
ing on the e'.dewalks nt a high rate of speed ,
and for that reason the ordinance will be
An ordinance will bo drawn by the ntlor-
ney licensing solicitors , hucksters , etc. In
this connection Attorney Montgomery stated
that an ordinance discriminating against out-
sldo solicitors would not hold In court and
on that account to license local merchants
might not be satisfactory. In the proposed
ordinance the price will not be more than $23.
The special committee appointed some time
for the vacation
ngo to Investigate the request
tion of Fourteenth street , from I street lethe
the city limits , reported adversely on the
mi'Upr and the report was sustained.
Adjourned for one week.
Some OnnililliijT I
'Rln.cs June lost the gamblers doing busi
ness In this city have paid Into the treasurey
the sum of $700 , the payments being madi
as followa : December , ono house. $30 ; No-
vembs. ' , three houses. $150 ; October , our
houEC , $50 ; September , three houses. $150 :
August , two housca , $100 ; June , four houscu.
J OO. During the seven months referred to
four or nve gambling houses and a polio
shop wcro In operation alt the time , wllh
the exception of about three weeks In July ,
when all of these places , except the policy
shop , were closed by the mayor.
A resolution was passed by the city couiv
ell some time ago providing for the payment
of $50 a ironth by each gambling house.
Thl resolution baa not been enforced , or
at lenat the treasurer's books Jo not show
that the nmount has been collected from
all of the houses. The policy shop has
never paid a cent Into the treasury , although
the council passed a resolution directing the
proprietor of that Institution to pay up bj
August 22 or be closed by the chief of po-
llve. The order of the council regarding
the closing of the place was never enforced ,
and policy la ground out ccveral tlmra n
day. Had the resolutions mentioned been
strictly enforced the city would have de
rived a revenue of from $230 to $300 a month ,
whlrh would have amounted to about $1.800
for the period mentioned. Sueh donations
ns are received go Into what is known as
the cmeigency fund , which Is drawn upon
for various purposes.
IllCri-IIKf III INlNtollllM * llllslllOHM.
Stamp sales at the poslolllco for the month
of December amounted to $3,410.22 , which
la an Increase of $700 over the same month
In 1S)5. ! ) Of this amount , however , only
J2.7C0.22 will go to the credit of thla otflce
for the month , on account of an order for
$ r 50 worth of stamps not having been ft 11 oil
until after January 1.
A large Increase In the volume of busi
ness done In. the money older department Is
alao shown. For the year 1S95 this olllcc
Issued money orders to the amount of $2J.- (
387.73 , whllo during 1890 orders aggregat
ing $29,728.7-1 were issued. In 1893 $13,453.91
was paid out at this ofllce on money orders.
ns npalnut $4S.327.5S In 189U. An Increase
of $3.340.'J9 KH shown In the nmount of or
ders Issued and an Increase of $4,873.61 In
orders paid at this point.
Mliixtri-l CIuli'H Kiiti-rtiiliiinriit.
Members of the Young Mcit'a Christian As
sociation mlnetrcl club have about com
pleted nrinr.gemcnU ) for the entertainment
which Is to be given nt Ilium's hall on tin
evening of January 2ti. Hehcnrsals are be
ing held frcquf-ntly , nnd those who will tnki
part are rapidly learning their parts. The
proceeds nro to go to the association , nnd
it Is expected that quite a sum will bo re-
nllzcd , as a large number of tickets hnvr
already been sold. Those In charge of the
entertainment are : Armaiul Tlbbets , mana
ger ; Howard Meyers , treasurer ; Edward
llaker , musical director.
llrleli I'll vlnir MoriSrrvlernlilr. .
The stock yards company Is preparing
to pave the now portion of the hog division
vlth brick , which Is a now departure , as
three-Inch planking baa been used hereto
fore. In 1S92 one of the alleys which ! used
a great deal was paved with brick as au
experiment and hns worn co well that In the
future brick will bo used In the now work
and when repairs are made. An order was
given yesterday by the company to a South
Om.iha firm for 100,000 brick , and the work
of paving the new hog pens nnd alleys will
commence as soon ns the material Is de
livered. , _
Itecelvi'M ( ifiirroiiN DoniitloiiN.
Women of the hospital association are
greatly encouraged by a number of recent
cash donations , and it Is expected now that
the Institution can be kept open during the
rest of the winter. A subscription paper Is
being circulated and quite n sum has been
realized In this way. Donations of money ,
food or coal will bo thankfully received.
City CiiiNxlii ,
Mrs. J , O. Sargcant la among the sick ,
John Wagner has moved his family to
Kansas City ,
Mrs. Harris , Twenty-first and N streets ,
Is qulto sick ,
A now bucket shop has been opened at
H. J , Iloyd , Yuma , Colo. , Is registered atone
ono of the hotels.
A. Johnson , Crescent , In , , spent yesterday
In the city with friends.
Jamcfl Frnzicr , Columbus , was a visitor
nt the exchange yesterday.
J. M. Cox , Moffott. Colo. , la in the city nt-
: ondlng to some business.
Mrs. Elmer Weir , Twcnty-thl'rd nnd H
streets , Is on the sick list ,
J , H , Hume , Mndlsons , Is hero looking
after some property Interests.
A. II. Pierce , Ord , was on the market yes-
crday with two cars of uhccp.
A. Wethcrhell , Dow City. la. , was a vlstor
at the stock yards yesterday ,
John Snuttcr leaves for Lincoln today to
attend a meeting of state comctcry Huporln-
Fannlo Lewis , Lovuland , la. , Is the
guest of Mrs. Denna Allbery , Twenty-fifth
and J streets ,
Last week's feeder shipments numbered
139 cam , 4.713 cattle. The demand for feed-
ere Btlll continues good , and at the claa
of business last Saturday the supply was ex
Old people who rcqulro mcdlclno to rcgu-
nto the bowels and kidneys will find the
rue remedy In Electric Hitters. This medi
cine does not stimulate and contains no
wbUky nor other Intoxicant , hut acts ns
a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the
stomach and bowels , adding strength and
giving tone to the organs , thereby aiding
S'aturo In the performance of Iho fiinc-
lions. Electric DltlerH U an excellent up-
nutlzor and aids digestion , Old people find
It just exactly what they need. Prlco COc
nd $1.00 per bottlo. at Kuim & Co.'e drug
nun AMI pot.tri : COMMISSION ,
Klro riilef Ill-licit Siilintlln HI" Henort
nnd .MnUrx llreoiiiiiiiMiilnttoim.
The reorganization ot the 1'lrn nnd Police
board took plneo nl the regular mooting last
evening , by the re-election of Mr. Feeler
chnlrm&n , nnd Mr. Ulrkhnuser secretary.
Leaven of nbaenco were grunted Ofllccro
Illoom , Arnold , Flint nnd Poole , nnd Flro-
mnn Kill * .
OHlcer Drummy was allowed pny for lost
time , occasioned by nn Injury received
ChrUtmas dny whllo In the performance of
The mi mini report of Chief Hod ell of the
fln department showed that the department
now conslf't.i of four engine companies ; eight
hose , three hook nnd ladder nnd two chem
ical , with the following accessory nparntus :
Four steam lire englniM , nix hr o wagons ,
five hosp carriages , ono ho o cart , two chem
ical onglnca , two nrlel book nnd ladder , ono
straight frame hook nnd ladder , one Hall
telescope water tower , sixteen portable ex-
tlngulshcra ; 20.721 feet of hope , 15.456 of
which Is rubber and 5,2(15 ( cilton. 8,762 feet
In poor condition , 3.505 fair , 8,424 good ;
forty-eight horsrs , 1,399 public hydrants ,
forty-four private hydrants accessible ; 107
During the year ex-Chief Gnlllgan died ,
three mcmbcra resigned , seven were dis
charged nnd nix Injured. One lndlvldii.il w.n
burned to death on Jnnunry 21 , nt 2707
North Twenty-eighth street , Mrs. Mnrlci
Dorr ; nnd four firemen , one policeman and
three citizens slightly Injured nt flrc . Nine
persons were rescued from burning struc
tures by nld of Inddera.
The total expenses of the department , lets
proceeds for oalo of horaca nnd disused arti
cles , $10G.fl02.S3.
There were 250 alarms , of which 221 wera
In buildings , and the number of miles cov
ered by the department. l.SSOVii number ot
feet of hruo used. 77,780 , and number of
feet of Inddora , 3.S29.
Reports ot trial runs at quarterly Inspec
tions show that hose company No. 3 made
the quickest run of the year. The men were
all In bed. but crossed the door fill In nluo
seconds nftcr the alarm came In. Hose com
pany No. 12. under like circumstances , lal.l
150 feet of boat- , and had water coming from
the nozzle In fifty seconds.
Valueot buildings In which there were
fires. $2,071,980 ; value ot contents , $1OS5,9S5 ! ;
totnl , (3,157,915. l.wn on buildings nnd con
tents by fife nnd water , $ S3OCS. Totnl ln-
eurance on thla property , $1.378,010 ; Insur
ance over Icea , $1,305.887 ; lora over Insurance ,
$10,930. Largest number of flris were caused
by accidental Ignition of gasoline , thirty-two
In number , and there were sixteen real or
supposed Incendiary fires.
Among the chief's recommendations , was
nn urgent one for n hook dim milder com-
pnny to cover that portion of the city weal
and Houthwcst , nnd ns the city owns the
property nt Twenty-seventh mid Jones , that
would bo the location for said company.
Alao that a new ho-'e company bo located ,
.it Twenty-fourth nnd Lociut , aa there Is
about one nnd one-fourth miles Intervening
between this nnd the nearest company.
The nctunl nciM.s of the department nro
placed nt two hook and ladders , two hose
wagons , nnd nbout ten horrcd to rcplaco
ar-.tno that have ecn better days.
In conclusion , the rhlcf returned thanks
to the board , mayor , city council nnd almost
everybody eke tor kindly assistance rendered
i ho ciep ° vtmrut dtirlni ; the year.
The hoe ring of the protest against
mmting a liquor llccnso to Chris Harmon.
312 South Sixteenth street , was irastponod
until thla evening.
Arri-slcil on n ClinrKi * of lloo
Krltz Oelsler , a carpenter , and A. Arch
ibald , manager ot a grocery nnd restaur
ant , have been arrested by the United
States ntitlioiltles charged with selling
liquor without a government Htainp. Tlio
nion 'have been operating out neiir rnrt
Crook. They furnished bond In the sum
of $300 each lo appear before Comnilmdoiu-r
Uundy thlM afternoon for n preliminary
II. E. Carter , nn attorney nt Tokamnh , Is
In the city.
. J. Tlorney , a stockmnu at Ansley , Is
In the city.
Kd (1. Yntea of Hoiton , Kan. , Is stopping
at the Mercer.
C. A. llutlicrford of the Hock Island lisa
gene cast for n few days.
W. C. Hodman , accompanied by hU wife ,
left yesterday for Chicago.
J. A. IJylcr , stock agent for the Iturllngton ,
left for Denver last night.
J. Francis of the Iliirllngton , accompanied
by his wife , left for Chicago yesterday.
13. 11. Price , buyer for a South Omaha packIng -
Ing house , left yesterday for Kansas City.
J. A. Flko , receiver of the government land
olHco nt Valentine , was In Omaha last night.
Prof. Campbell of Sioux City , the soil
culturlst. was In the city yesterday while
on his way to Denver.
Frank F. Frye , Seattle , member of Frye ,
llruhn company , the largest packing firm
In the northwest , Is In the city.
Po4tolllco Inspector Swift was at the
government building yesterday , after a
three weeks' attack of grip and bron
Charles Mason Talcott , assistant superin
tendent of the Pullman company , returned
ionic last evening from a business trip to
W. II. Petit , legal adjuster of the Pull
man company , Chicago , visited the local
ofllces yesterday while en route homo from
K. L. Myers , Newport , a member of the
eglslaturo two years ago , arrived In the city
ast night from Lincoln , where ho had been
coking on the present legislative body.
Postolllco Inspector Sinclair , who has spent
uo.st of his time during the past two months
ookliig nftcr government offenders In the
federal court , left the cily last night to resume -
sumo the regular work nf his olllcc.
Nebraskans at the hotels : F. M. Crowe ,
Lincoln ; M. F. Drown , Sargent ; Fred Whlt-
inm , Lincoln ; N.V. . Wells and J. 13. Jcnklr.a ,
Schuyler ; J. C. White , Lincoln ; Hugh Chit-
tick , Fremont ; L. M. Ormsby. Arlington ;
f. It. Herd and wife , Contra ! City ; Ocorgo
A. Mead , Fremont ; Arthur Hutchison. Lin
coln ; D. P. Ashburn. Gibbon ; I. 13. Doty ,
David City ; H. 13. Kryuer nnd M. C. Iteming *
ton , Nellgh ; P. J. Murphy , Hogcrs.
The Durant fire department of the Union
Pacific shops will give a mask ball nl
Washington hall next Saturday evening.
The Oinnlm Street Hallway company hen
placed a couple of Its new motors In nervine
in the Dodge and North Twentieth street
Cooler weather of the past two days lira
stiffened the Ice upon the lakes , but It lina
lot frozen It enough to start thu annual Ice
II. W. Plummcr of Minneapolis lia.-i re
ported to the police that an ulster and a
; old watch were stolen from him whllo on
a tour of the burnt district. The two
articles are valued nt $80.
The city marshal of Ashland loaned hla
.ora'j and buggy to a ntrangcr and tha rig
ms never been returned. Tlio officer him
como to the conclusion that his property has
been stolen and bus so reported to the pollcu
of this city.
Spencer Price , who wan arrested as a
vagrant , IB being held on suspicion of holng
ho person who went through the room of
Mr * . Yapp , 1903 Leavenworth Htrcut , last
Saturday morning and stole a coat and
cst. The tblof pretended to bo looking
or a room.
Fred linker , Ocorgo lialccr , John Klrk-
and , Tlio inns Klrkland nnd Lafo Patterson ,
who were nrrected n few days ngo for on-
or'n ' - " 11-71 > n oirn nnd Htfiillng canned
roods and other property were having their
irellmlnary hearing before Justice of thu
I'cacu Powers ycsterdiy.
A number of the 'cachcrs In the publla
schools wcro rcporUd nick yesterday , and
nearly all the tear tiers on the ntinlgnud list
wcro Kent out as nubstltuteo , Among thoaa
who wore unable to attend to thulr duties
wcro Isahollo Doyle of the Saratoga school ,
Hulduh iHaaeeon of the Long und Kdlth
Kuluio of Clifton Hill ,
For Infants and Children.
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