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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, MAItCIT 13. 1901.
Anyone thinking- of purchasing
riano should not fuil to write or
call on us at cDoe Tomorrow we
t-nter the third wpt-k of our pn-at
(l'firinjt tsule, bdJ judplnp fmin
the wny the Instruments re polng
this sale rnDnot lust union lonper.
We carry such world-rrnowned
makes as the
Stein n ay & Son
A. B. Chase
and seventeen other hich erode
makes, and Quote prices rarer
known In the history of Piano sell
ing. Here Are a Few 6entle
One Eastern make
One J. P. Hale
One W. W. Kimball
One Weber Piano
One beautiful French
walnut finish small
size upright, only...
One Arion Piano aa
aa shown In our
store window only.
One well known Chi
cago make oak.
One Chlckering Upright thoroughly
overhauled In our
Vpright oak caae
One Story tc Clark
One beautiful Jewett
Piano French walnut
Tbe above si'tal bargains are
sold on Schmoller k Mueller's pop
ular eusy payment plan, vli, only
SI PER WEEK
Our selected stock of 300 New
Tlanos consists of tbe very lntett
creations In tbe rluno manufactur
er's art, and our prices are so low
that even Nebraska dealers take
advantage of tbe remarkable
To Out of Town
We will iblp on approval any
Piano desired, and pay freight
cbargea both ways If tbe lnstru-
rur-nt, after careful examination. 1
not satisfactory and returned.
Write at once for catalogue, prices
and targaln list, or pay us a visit
Coma and Hear the Wonderful
Tbe only self-playing piano at
tachment endorsed by the world's
greatest pianists, Puderewtkl.
Rosenthal. Mosrkowskl. Joseph
Hofniann and others. Pianolas, L'kt
pianos, are sold on our jiopular
easy payment plan.
rUnufacturera, Wholesale and
1313 Farnara Strut. Otnara, Neb.
502 Brca.vay. Council Bluffs
DECISION MADE TO ORDER
Poitoffice Lawyer Accused of Aiding Get
I id) Firms.
PREWOiHT WDCRS SEARCHING INQUIRY
RoiTrlfi Trl Tnrangfc Wnltn
States Dae ta C nana r nee la April
aad Last for Twa Moritha
WASHINGTON. March 14. Perloua
charges have been Bled with the president
against aa attorney formerly an agent of
the Pest office department. The charges 'n
volve certain present officials of the de
partment, but they are of such s eiature
that, at this time, tbey cannot be disclose J.
Tbe charges were placed in tbe handa of
the president by T. C. Campbell, an at
torney of Cincinnati, representing one or
more of the turf investment concerns which
recently closed their doors.
It la understood that the chief allegation
Is that the attorney la question received
a large sum of money from the Investment
companies for preparing an opinion declar
ing their operations to be legitimate. He
Is also alleged to have promised protection
to tbe coups nies by government officials.
When the matter was brought to the
president's attention he regarded It as so
serious that be ordered an Immediate and
searching Investigation to be made. AH
those cognizant of the facta are extremely
reticent, but It Is known that the president
has directed that no means be left untrlud
to unearth tbe facta and to punish the
President's Trip Oatllard.
It Is reasonably certain now that Presl
fJsnt Roosevelt will start from Waahlngtoa
oa his western trip on April 1. Several
senators discussed the subject wltb him
today, all being anxious to induce him to
make stop rn thetr states.
The Itinerary of the Journey, which will
occupy at least two tnontha and perhaps
longer, la being prepared. Indeed, many
of the details bare already been worked
out tentatively on the basis of starting ths
first of April.
The greater part Of April will be spent
In the Yellowstoae park In reat aad rerrea
tlon, but several Important stopt will be
made by the president enroute to the park.
He will go from Washington to Chicago.
Thence to Milwaukee, La Croase and Mad.
laon, Wis.; Minneapolis and St. Tsui. Minn.;
Yankton. S. D., and perhaps to some other
points east of the Yellowstone. In the lat
ter part of April he will start for Bt. Louie
to participate In the dedicatory exercises
of the Louisiana Purchase exposition
grounds on April Jo. From there be will
go to ttie Pacific coast, making many stops
During his stay in California tbe preel
dent will vlalt the Toeemite valley. The
trip Includes a Journey to and numerous
stops In the northwestern atatea. It will
he a long and arduoua trip, but promises
to be one of the most memorable ever made
by a president.
Islands Join Fair Esaibltare.
Colonel Edwarda. chief of the Insular
bureau of the War department, toda ' noti
fied the St. Louis World's Fair company
that Governor Taft accepter! the proposition
made by the Exposition company as a basis
for a Philippine exhibit.
Probe Omaha Bait Freight.
The Interstate Commerce commission will
g-lvo a hearing at Chicago April 1 to ln
veatlgate the raethoda used by certain rail
roads in conducting their buslneaa relating
to chargea and facilities for the transpor
tation of aalt from Manistee, Ludington
and Detroit. Mich., to Kansas City, 8t.
Joseph, Omaha and other Missouri river
polnta. The roada Involved are tbe Atchl
aoa, the Burlington, Chicago ft Alton, tbe
Illinois Central, Milwaukee, the North
western, Wabash. Lake Bbore, Michigan
Central, Pere Marquette and the Michigan,
Indiana ft Illinois Transportation company.
Meslco Pars Plas Faad Interest.
The stste department baa received from
the Mexican government S4S.508, being the
Crat installment of Interest which la to he
rld in perpetuity on account of the Plus
fund claim. On July I tl.420.6KI will tall
duo which represents the Interest which
has sccrued from the date of tbe Mexican
Claims commission down to the data of Tbe
Tbe president today sent tbe following
nominations to the senate:
To be minister resident snd consul gen
eral Erneat Lyon, Maryland, at Monro
Consul general Allenson W. Edwards,
North Dakota, at Montreal.
Register of land office William T. Adama,
at Lander, Wyo.
Receivers of public moneys John A.
Swenson, st Lander Wyo.; James N. Kelly,
at Bozeman, Mont.
Surveyor general of Oregon John D.
Admiral Dewey was also nominated as
"Admiral of the Navy" as his recent ap
pointment as "the admiral of the navy"
waa apparently Illegal. Tbla nomination
nd that of Mayor Edwards were confirmed.
qrdn4 Seads President Shaaaroclt.
President Roosevelt received todsy from
Joha Redmond, the Irish member of Par
liament of Dublin, a box of shamrock. It
came by mall and la a reminder of tbe
near approseh of St. Patrick's day. It baa
been Mr. Redmond's custom for many yeara
to send a package of shamrock to tbe
president at thla season of the year.
Dr. I.aaaj Prsaes.
Dr. George A. Lung of the navy, who
haa been detailed as tbe president's phy
sician for over a year, la to be ordered
soon to Philadelphia aa executive officer
on the naval hospital at League Island.
Mrs. Raoervrlt Will Crataa.
Tbe president's yacht Mayflower arrived
at tbe navy yard today for the purpose,
It la said, of taking Mrs. Roosevelt and
her children for a cruise. The exact date
of thetr departure ia not known.
Porta It lea Gives Land ta ftavr.
Governor Hunt of Pono Rico haa tele
graphed the State department that tbe leg
islative session baa Just ended. Tbe atti
tude of all waa loyal and helpful. Meas
ures conceding land to tbe I'nited States
for naval purpoeee, founding tbe Porte
Rlcan university, establishing natural mar
riage In certain cases, and a board of med
ical examiners, were among the important
ftasnlaatlaa la Recalled.
In response to a resolution of the senate
adopted In executive session, tbe president
haa recalled the nomination of William
Plimley ta Ve aaaiatant treaaurrr of the
I'nited States for further consideration.
Mr. Pllmley's commission bad been signed
by the president, but bsd ot been dellv
ered. when the request reached tbe Whits
It la said the nomination was sot con
sidered by the committee, but waa recom
mended by a pool of two or three members,
iaal Hearlna Fixed.
Tbe Internals Commerce commission to-
day designs ted April 21 for bearing ths
rase of William K. Hearal agalnat the
Reading and other railroads, alleging un
reasonable and illegal rates for the trans
portation of anthracite coal.
Will Sat AH Wrlaht.
It is said at tbe Stats department that
tvta if U aiwusstusn-ear that Waiiakex
Wright la an American, the Vnlted Ptstes
will ot re lit hli extradition. It ie and
baa been the practice of tbe Vnlted Ststes
and England to allow aurh extradition
where they were sure tbelr cltiiena would
receive a fair trial and exact justice.
Offer Fever fot ta Writer.
Tbe pout of roniiul general at Guayaquil
baa been offered to Dr. William S. Boweu
of New York, a newspaper and magazine
writer. He bad ben fleeted aa conaul
at Valencia, but the poet at Guayaquil la
worth nearly $1,000 a year more. This
was the place that waa outlined by Mr.
Sawter upon his arrival there, because of
the fear of yellow fever.
PET DOG'S BITE SLAYS BOY
aanlel Fights Stranse Car, After
wards Glilag Yeatbfnl Master
NEW TORK. March 14 Henry S. Loorais,
the J-year-old eon of Dr. and Mrs. Henry
P. Loomls, ditd today from hydrophobia,
caused by the bite of a pet spaniel.
Henry had a pet dog. a King Charles
spaniel, which seven weeks sgo saa bitten
by a strange dog in the street. Four weeks
later Henry waa romping with his pet In tbe
basement. The spaniel grew weary of the
game and curled himself up In a coror
growling. The boy picked him up to carry
him Into the house and the dog bit him In
the cheek. It also turned on the butler
and bit him.
The wounds of the man and boy were
cauterised and they were inoculated with
the Pasteur serum. Toung Henry Loomls
Complained on Thursday of pains in bis
bead snd trouble with bis Jswb. He was
too ill to get out of bd and Dr. Loomls
Immediately sent for Dr. L. A. Stimson.
He suffered many and violent convulsion,
but his death was painless, aa be passed
away under sedatives.
MACHINISTS RECEIVE HELP
Mena aad More Plttsbarc Mea Quit
Work oa Kaasas City
KANSAS CITT. Mo., March 14. The ma
chinists and helpers st Mena. Ark., and the
blacksmiths, boiler makers and copper
smiths at Pittsburg, Kan., joined tbe strik
ing mschlnistB on the Kansas City South
ern today. The shops at Pittsburg were idle
all day, excepting la the coach and car de
partments. Mord Roberts, superintendent of ma
chinery, today posted notices Informing the
mea that they will no longer be In the
employ of the company If they do not re
port for work on Monday morning.
Stuart R. Knott, president of the com
pany, Bald today that the strikers had
made no proposition for a compromise and
that the railroad company bad made no
overtures for a settlement of the strike.
FORM NATURAL GAS TRUST
Peaasrlvaala Capitalists Combine
Companies Into lUaraeat Con
cern aa Karth.
PITTSBURG. March 14. The largest nat
ural gas company in the world ia to be
chartered under the laws of Pennsylvania
within the next sixty days trader the name
of the Manufacturers' Heat and Light com
pany.' ! will be organixed out of the va
rious companies now owned or controlled
by the Manufacturers' Heat and Light com
pany, with an authorized capital of S2&.
000,000. H. B. Beatty, who will be president of
tbe new company, says tbe deal does not
mean that Standard Oil Interests will con
trol the new corporation or have anything
more to do with t than at present.
HOUNDS TRAIL MURDERER
Pastes Saeplrioa oa Youth Who
Hade Lore ta Dead Man'a
CANTON. O., March 14 j-Harrison Baum.
aged S3, la under arrest here In connection
with the assassination of Marion Fraze, a
famer at Howenstein, who was shot last
night by Borne persons who fired through
a window of his bouse.
Bloodhounds starting with a footprint 3D
Fraze's cellar door, followed the trail to
Ba urn's door. There a shotgun, one barrel
of which was empty, was found. Baum de
nies ail knowledge of tbe crime. Fraze Is
said to have been Jealous of Baum'a at
tentions to Mrs. Fraze.
SHOT FOR LEAVING PESTHOUSE
Imsllsoi Patleat Killed by Oaard
Whea He Croaaea
PARIS. Ky.. March 14. At Ruddles mills
this county, today Clyde Keller, son of a
local physician, killed William Weaver, a
smallpox patient. Keller waa on guard
at the peslhouee and shot tbe man when
be refused to stay in tbe lines.
About tbs same time F. P. Webb mor
tally wouided J. F. Ramp on the main
street. Parts. Webb is a Louisville
Nashville railroad conductor and baa a
run formerly held by Ramp.
BURSTING GUN VERDICT FOUND
Maaaarhasetta C'oart-Martlal Par
wards Healed Pladlaaa ta
PF.XSACOLA. Fla., March 14 The trial
of Ensign Wort man by general court-martial
came to an end thia afternoon.
A large number of lieutenants of tbe
squadron gave expert evidence as to the
turret and what they would do under euoh
circumstances as confronted the accused
at the time of tbe explosion on Masaacbu
setts. After arguments the court forwarded a
sealed verdict to the Navy department.
FEVER TAKES TWO STUDENTS
Tweaty-Flve Coraell Baya Have Now
Barrasabed ta Typhoid
BINGHAMTON. N. T., March 14 Fred
J. Pray, a student of Cornell university, s
dead st Sherburne of typhoid fever con
tracted at Ithaca.
ITHACA, N. T., Mnrch 14 Schuyler R.
Moore, a Junior in the mechanical engi
neering course of Cornell university, died
today of typhoid fever. His death ia tbe
twenty-fifth among students.
DRINKS STRANGE DEATH DOSE
Virginia Man Shoots Aaary Wife aad
Swallows tonroction af Lass
aaaa aad Taraeatiae.
RONCEVKRTE. W. Va., March 14
George W. Place, aa old Chesapeake A Ohio
engineer, shot and fatally wounded his wife
this evening and then shallowed a con
coction of laudanum and turpentine and
be will die.
Several days ago bis wife left blm. al
legicg druckenneas and Infidelity.
NEW YORK. March 14 Miss Alice
Ruoaevelt railed today for Forts Rico,
here ahe will be the gueet of hflss E. Isa
bel UuuU tiaus&ter w Ojvsrcor Hutt, .
WANT TO SEE THE LETTERS
Watsh Company Ak for Eailroad Unicm'
JUDGE REFUSES ORDER REQUESTED
Labor Leaders Prepare, However, ta
ProTlde All Papers fsaxst aad
Which Have ftot Beea De
streed aa tselesa.
FT. LOUIS, March 14 Judge Adams. In
the Vnlted States circuit court today, heard
tbe motion filed by General Solicitor
Blodgett of the Wabash Railroad company,
aaklng that s rule be entered requiring tbe
defendants to produce, on the hearing of
tbe motion to dissolve tbe injunction next
Tuesday, various letters referred to in the
answer filed by them.
The Judge beard tbe arguments, but early
this evening refused the application.
Colonel Blodgett said that it was consid
ered Important to know the contents of
these letters In order that a full under
standing of what was done and tbe pur
poses might be had. E. N. JudBon, asso
ciate counsel tor tbe defendants, said he
was prepared to argue the motion and
Judge Adams said he would hear counsel
some time during tbe day.
Twenty-two affidavits In support of the
contentions set forth in the bill of com
plaint on which Judge Adams granted tbe
temporary injunction, restraining brother
hood leaders and others from declaring a
strike on tbe Wabash system, were filed
today by Colonel Blodgett, general solicitor
of the railroad company. Colonel Blodgett
said no new issues were presented in the
Bare Xathlaa; to Conceal.
General Counsel Murphy of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Firemen, when asked
If they would comply with an order to de
liver th letters and telegrams asked for
by tbe Wabash should Judge Adams uphold
tbe motion, said:
Ab far aa possible we will comply with
the order, should It be made. are now
getting together such of the letters as have
ben preserved and thosf of which copies
had been made. These documents will. I
oelieva, present nothing new cm the situa
tion, the essentiHl facts contained in each
were covered fully in our answer.
Mr. Murphy stated that Judge Irwin of
Peoria and his attorney, E. J. Pinney of
Cleveland, hie legal associate, with officials
of the brotherhoods, would probably return
to St. Louis tonight or tomorrow and com
plete preparations for the hearing on Tues
day. For the Me
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stipation." saya Mrs. S. Celger of Dunker
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is more than pleased with the prompt re
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Advertisements for these eolamas
will be takea aatil 18 ta. for the
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for moraine and enaday edition.
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for all kinds of job printing. 17 S. ISth st.
WALL PAPER AND PAPER HANGING.
OILS, paints, varnishes, window glass. T.
J. 6terner, 1525 N. JWlh St. Tel A-2?7.
PHONOGRAPHS AND BIPPLIES.
ALL MAKES talking machines; send for
catalogue. Omaha Bicycle Co.. 16th and
EXPERT A tCO IN T Ah T.
G. R. Rathbun, Room la. Com 1 Nat bank.
J. H. BOONSTRA, office 1517 Howard.
Tel M7. MJO Apr. 11
BARRICK Roofing Co.. 1C1C Cuming St
Tel. sul. 600
CAPT. THOS. OORMACK, private detect
ive. 117 Karbach block. Telephone A-3S&1
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
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CONTRACTORS AND BV1LDERS.
J. PIERSON. H)tb and Burt Tel. L-2S31
GALV. iron cornice, metal sellings, sky
lights. Eieneter s Cornice Win., 614 S. pith.
ANTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co., cleans
cesspools and vault, removes carbage
and dead animals at reduced prices. SJ1
N. 16th. Tel. 1778. 6
FARMS FOR RENT.
4S ACRES good land: house snd stable.
In seres rich garden land; house and stable
Kim, dairv Urm: laiee stable.
These three fnrms only two mles from
South tmiana. Aaarexs compion at cju.
Stock Yards Station, South Oman
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NEW SNOW-CHCRCH CO.. 1st floor N. T.
Lite Lldg., attorr.eys and collectors every
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FRl'IT, shsde and ornamental trees, vines.
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Omaha burner)-, fapililoii. JneD.
Bl'SINESS college scholarship for sals st
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GREGG S. H., Touch T. W., Bus. Branches,
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TRT our three-layer white rakes, 25c;
groceries and mea'.j at lowest prices.
Johnson. Ooodlett & Co. Tel. l&Ti. tiu2
Lake St. M-S3S Aprtl
CARLSON a- Co.. 2in Leavenworth. TeL 7&U
PETERSON A Lundberg, 115 S. 17th. Tel.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. I. Ucniliree,
2oth and Lake streets. 370
PRINTING, BHIKFS, ETC.
WATERS Printing Co. Linotype composi
tion, lei. Zisu. ik
WORK in sny part of the country. Jones
Hooting Co., lali isun ou iix iatu.
MADE to order; call for pricea. 2'.ie Doug
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HESS A SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam
SEND vour carpets and rugs to Chrlsten
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st. Tel. ISA.
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DR. PRIES treats sueoesetully sll diseases
ana irregularities oi women, irum nj
cause, experienced, reliable. Iil3 Douge,
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The Hunt Infirmary, McCngue Bldg. Tel
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have no conditions whatever attac hed to t his oflt r. You get the
treatments at once by return mail, on receipt of 5c. f .ir post
Ce please write vmir name and address VFRY DIS
TINCTLY to avoid delays, and adJre.ss us m full as lielow :
FARMS FOR SALE.
DO YOU WANT
Some good garden lund snj some general
fHrmlng land. n'Hr llelieviie? Pol par
ticulam luquirt of J. ii. Piper, ItaniKe
block. Omaha. T t In
BRASS and aluminum caining. nickel plat
ing nnd finishing. Specially Mff. Co.. 41
N. Main St., Council Duffs.
Offjnp of peeretsrv of Stnte. T.lncoli. Neb..
March 12. liwii Rciiie-1 bills will l- receive i
at the ollice oi toe S'cretary ( 1 stsie up
until i2 o'c'oek noon. March :41h, 1H 1. for a
TT) horeepower Corliss engine, f. o. b. cars
at Lincoln uprluin.
GEORGE W. MARSH.
Secretarv of Hoard.
CERTIFICATE OF PI BL1CATION.
C. .'1F1CATE OF PCBL1CATION.
State of Nebranku. Office of Auditor of
LINCOLN. February 1, 1M3.
It is herby certified that the Equitable
Life Assurance Company of New Y ork. In
the etate of New York, has complied with
the insurance law of this state applicable
to such companies and is therefore au
thorired to continue the business of life in
surance In this state lor the current year
ending January SI, IV.
Summarv or repc-t filed for the year end
ing December 31H, 12.
premiums t fin :2.423 44
All other sources.. 15,533,714 2i
Total ' $ 3.4G6,137 71
Paid policy holders 2H.liil.25' 79
All otner puyments 1S,b15.;i76 12
Vnpnld claims mid
expe-nsv 27it.4n'i,Tn3 W)
miums 2,DH6,til3 51
All other llabili- , .
Hes S.S3".6T4 44 2S4.2CS.MO K
Capital stock paid
up I'tO.'MO 00
Surplus in yond
capital etnx-k and
other liabilities.. "4,049,243 8 T4. 149. 243 K
Total $'!,-,K.417.2M 7;.
Witness my hand nnd the seal of the
auditor of public accounts the day and
year flrrt above written.
(Seal.) CHARLES WESTON.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
J. L PIERCE, Deputy.
life' n-fi I
saeswia".', Mi.ua w. ill l in i -
THE NEW LIVERY STABLE
Kavs tmr variety of vehicles is tlie t?8t in the city and
our jirict'K the luwtt.
So is our IIARNKSS, triple and double
Ojr $63 03 rubbjr-Urei RUN AB T takes
DRUiMiYlOND m iM Ham.-y Stresti
WHei jou buy a Ha r Restore' lock out for
the ed rr.nt. If you HV TO SHAHE WELL
Br0r.E contuse it It may CPlcr t-s
hair da-k. but x't-. r a 'ew diyl it w I show
white aB;n at te tort:.. A-d yru w ll have to
keep on tiifg it as Icrj at ycu I ve, that it. if
it wmI leae any har on your head t3 color,
which 't ootbt'u!.
Any treatment that color tlif hai is a dye. and
dve are assays unsatisfactory, lor the reason
that it natter n"t what is tin- natur.il color of
your ha:r- y"u mav te Monde or trunpt!e
these so-caiied Hair Rest ortrs color e ervbody's
hair the same ; lot they all lotitatn ri'Scr lead,
Su.phur or silver, and sometimes the wh'ile three.
'reparation of liad and siher turn luaik on
cuposnrt to the li hi. H em e the liead is ovt red
with riatk ha;i f ratime, but it soon fadts cut
leaving the hair in worse condition than ever,
l-csides, it soils the clothes, fets into the finger
nails, m-kes them black and unsightly and stains
the skin ; in faii, no self -respecting person that
prizes an elegant personal apptaratH e can afiord
to use these treatments as many have found to
The one RATION fl. treatment t 1 ORRT
MLk'S fc.Xt'M.Slt K HAIR 1 t R( F.K whu h
is really A H UK Kt L : it contains no color
ing matter ci any kind. Nor does it soil the
hands, skm or Uotliitif. It is as much a lrev
ine as a 11A1K J CK I. and vou do riot have
to wait till vou are buld headed or your hait is
faded to use it. It will prex ent these troubles,
ss well as cure them. It is a Hair ond. pure
and simple ; and actually restores the hair to its
natural color by causing a complete new growth
It is a positive cure for dandruff, baldness,
hair falling, faded and frav hair, scanty partings,
weak eyebrows and eyelashes, and all sculp
liealthv condition, i leanses the scaltn.
Dept. 123 BALTIUORE, EID.1
C ERTIFICATE OI" Ft Bl.lt ATION.
CERTIFICATE OF ITI'.LICATIOn!
State of Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
LINCOLN. Fet.runrv 1. !T!
It is hereby certified that the Indemnity
Fire Insurance company of New York city,
In the state of New Yrk. has complie-1 with
the lns-uraiiee law ol this slute. tiiiplic.able
t'i nieh coiTtpariies. i.tmI ip, tliereli.re. au
thorized to continue the buslners of liri
arid lithtning insurance In thlv Ftate for
the eurietit ei-.r eliding January 31 14
Witness riiv hnml and the seal of the
a u ! 1 1 f i r of pnbi.c aeeouiiti., the Uuy aiij
year first ubuve written.
(Peal. Auditor of Public Accounts.
J. L. PIERCE. lv,,i,ty.
Columbia Fire lnsur.'iticf Co.. West Base
ment. N w York Life Hlvig ., Omaha.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
State of Nebruska, Oflice of Auditor cf
LINCOLN, February 1. 1WS.
It Is hereby certified that the Columbia
Fire Insurance company of Omaha. In the
state of Nebraska, lias complied with the
insurance law of this state, applicable to
such companies, and is. therefore, nuth r
ised to continue the business of fire end
lightning insure nee In this state for the
current year ending; Jamiury 21,
Witnens my hand and the seal of the
auditor of public accounts, the day and
year ilrst above written.
fPeal.l Auditor of Public Accountn.
J. L. PIERCE. Deputy.
Columbia Fire Insurance Co., West Base
ment, New York Life Bldg., Omaha.
THIS ELECANT WATCH S3.73
IWTi-s vsv. i1 1 ore (iu buy a watch cut t It ! e
ISTX out nrt UB fitli ur nama
CfV ,V5v T"1 artclrf n. and wr will hoi id you
f1 -vT,- by f-xiirfM for rxr mtitat tun a hanU-
L,jv.. "itif WATCH AND CHAIN C .
"vC MrrT' r, '1 .r-- Tf "Utile jiuM'Mf ran
Avavvi.-i,1' - hfimf ifuliy ititravMl, menu mmij
ftji-Hl to any IHT. OiiL.lt V I IAK D
wATHI, varrmiiLftJ I'O YHAHA. bur
the fxprpan arnt $.i 7S and e rhu. and It in vnuia.
fiur ;o-far rustrmiiw Hnt wltii ett h tit-h. Mem ion
If you want arentd or ladien" aio. Ad'lriw THB
MAMONh JEWtLRY CO., Hept. B 31, 220 Isearlmra
.;n-ct, Cliirto. III.
w 1-in-Screw btmt?rs or i.60y 7u.
B.EW Vokh.-KoTTtlvtJi. i uotbUOM
aullus W sdueatU" st IS A. St.
Statendsm SUr. . Iiottrdam April B
I u. A . r - l'l A... I, . .
f MnnMilTI Anril liBtuU-lldem April 21
llolluutl-America Line, till Dearborn
M., C'hlraao, III.
lUrry Moo res, ltoj Farnam st , C. Rulherforrl,
i::3 Faruam St., 1. D. Kryuulda. lt.o: Kani.n. il
"r ? JUr "tr,n "t- 't4' WUll riflllf;
1 3 Jt-"L J-w-ipl movniifUL, uud cuarauttM C
& t v'" '"rcn timutir.iwr: w tih liffi
V ' '", 'V '1'Jr.m "Id'l'int 1 iltiu Utr lutlim or veat
.-,' chrittt (or ffftita- If you cniiaitl !' tt
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