Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 06, 1906, Page 8, Image 8
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TtTKRDAY. MAKOI fl. inofi. SPECIAL NOTICES tdvrrlUrmral for Ihne cnlamaa will be taken ntll 12 in. for the evening edition 4 aatll H p. ni. for the mnmlni and ftandar edition. Itatea 1 l-i a word first laaertlon, 1e word thereafter. !tothlna taken for leu than 2tc for the first laaer tlon. Thrae advertisements maat he rna eonaerntlrely. Advertisers, by rennestlna- a nnm hrrrd rheck, ean have aaawera ad dreaaed to a an inhered letter la pare of The ftee. Aaawera an addreaaed will be delivered oa preaeatatloa of check. MISCELLANEOUS BOYLKS COLLEGE DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL. Business. Shorthand. Typewriting. Teleg raphy. Normal and English. Student admitted any tiny. Catalogue free. Ad dress 11. H. Boyles, Pres., Boyles Bldg., Ulna ha. Neb. B 4)0 CITY BAVINU8 BANK paya 4 per cent. R-iM OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe cialty of lire escapes, shutters, doors and area. O. Ahdrceii, Prop., lusi S. loth St. Up.1p Tips ls- RUM BEL & 8 Udie J. -co N ,ltn a, t omaha. SON, 1124 R-9"0 SIGN PAINTING, 8. II. Cole, 1303 Douglas. R 901 WE BUY and sell typewriters. We will sell your machine on a small commission. imulm Typewriter Exchange, 328 Neville Blk. Tel. Doug. 4003. R M672 8TEINWAY piano, upright, big bargain. Perfleld Piano Co., 1611 Far nam St. R-902 GUNSMITH, keys, trunk locks, repairing. Heflln. 217 8. 14lh. Tel. Douglas 2974. R-908 KNIVES AND FORKS silver plnted, $2.25 per dox. Omaha Plating Co., lftr.8 Harney St. R M704 Mch21 Chicken wheat 11.25 cwt. Wagner, 801 N. 16. R M277 M13 WALL PAPER cleaner. Tel. Harney 8296. R 664 HAVE Wilson hang paper, quick, clean. Pa per cleaning a specialty. Tel. Doug.-5"5. R MKk M19 J. H. BTANWOOD, ARCHITECT and Builder. Res. 2427 Lake. Tel. Doug. 4727. R-M254 M12 Furniture rep'd & upholstered. Tel.Doug.3296 HB-2S3 Mchl3 TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. Doug. 3530. R-904 SECOND-HAND Typewriters sold, rented and repaired. Ferer's Typewriter & Sup ply Co., 607 Bee Bldg. 'Phono Doug. 725. R 357 Apr 1 INCUBATORS, brooders and chick food. Burr Incubator Co., 28th and Dnvenport. R-M769 Mch23 Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1919 Fnrnnm. R-6til SURVEYINO. Bllckensderfer, 312 Bee Bldg. H 645 SAD IRONS repluted. 1508 Harney 81. R-M7U6 MchZl MARTIN MEYER, ahlrta, underwear to or der. R-M706 Mch21 OMAHA Electric Works, electrical repair ing. Prices right. 108-12 N. 11th St. Tel. Doug. 11M. R M12R M24 BUSINESS CHANCES FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 40-bbl. mill In good order, in best wheat country; run by gusollne; nearest mill 18 miles; all wheat can be had at the mill door; town of 700 Inhabitants; good reason for selling. Address T 33. care Bee. Y M285 Mchfix FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-6,000 stock of general merchandise; good town; good business; good reasons for selling. J. L. Alaurer, A! Ion, la. Y M.jO". 13 WANTED Partner to put In lumber and cement block and brick machines In Central Nebraska town; beat of refer ences given; notice display ad in this Is- rue. Address 8 64 In cure of Bee. Y-M320 Ox FOR SALE Good hotel, all rooms fur nished; good business; will sell cheap, L. C. Crowell, Rlverton, Iowa. Y M568 10 DO you want to soil your property? Do von want to buy a home? Do you ftunt to rent u house? Do you want to get in or out of business? Do you want to liorrow money? If so. Hat your wants with us; we get re- TEM PT.ETON & M ANKER, 206 Beo Bldg. Tel. Douglas-2904. Y M571 BARGAIN cigar, magazine, candy and , tovi; years In same location; cheap for ciuili. T 69. Bee.. Y-621 5 FOR SALE News stund consisting of sta tionery, magazines, etc., cigars, tobacco and candles. The only one of Its kind doing a good business In u good town of 3.000 population In South Dakota. Price Jl.ociO, If taken In next thirty days. Ad dress T 61, cure Bee. Y M637 7 CALIFORNIA-SUNSHINE AND FIjOW ERS the whole year; cool summers; we re opening several thousand acres of fruit lauds; hundreds of families coming; business openings in growing town; our plan offers an orange, lemon, tig grove lor few hundred dollars; tX" to $10.(kX yearly profits; values will treble first year; free A4-pnge illustrated book;, write today. Pacific Empire Development Co., Dept. 1!. Ua Angeles, Cal. Y I5 x PATENTS II. A. STURGES, registered attorney; pat ents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un less successful. 617 N. Y. Life. Omaha. -4)79 F. J. LARSON CO., patent lawvers. Patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha. Net, 90 SHARPE MACHINE WORKS-Patents procured, inventions developed, drawings, patterns, castings, machine work. 601-612 8. 10th St. 981 PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na tional Investment Co., 53 Douglas Block. 9s: WANTED AGENTS WANTED Canvassers everywhere to sell Tom Worrall's book. "Grain Trust Ex posed;" 50 per cent commission. Worrall Grain Co., Omaha, Neb. J M567 10 FOR EXCHANGE IF YOU do not And what you want In this column, put an ad. In and you will soon get it. Z-S WILL EXCHANGE for Omaha property my up-to-date. modern residence at lieaver Crosmng, Neb. Address M. Kell ner. -Ml TO EXCHANGE for eastern Kansas or Nebraska laud, a good piece of Iowa In come city property. Address T 41, care Bee. Z-M340 8 FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS FOR SALE OR TRADE A roan gelding. 8 years old this spring, pacer, name Frank E. eligible to the 3. class: has g ndles In 17. Address W. W. Scott, Beatrice. Neb. F-&17 5 FOR SALE Grade English Shire stallion, 16.jU lbs., 8 years old. dark brown., sound, wairanu'd a breeder, can show plenty of colta. price $JU0 0U Lock Box 3M. New castle. N-b. P-M.33 Ml SALESMEN WANTED WANTED By a large corporation, two .uleamcn to sell a high-class manufac tured article. Will pay well for Hie right men. Tuesday forenoon at lftJS I'j.num St. I-M592 t EXPERIENCED Pickle. preserve and vlneg.ir salesman to sell goods In southern Kansas and Missouri. Address T tu. rare B- r. Lr-ca DANCING ACADEMY ml vi l ues, and FiL. . iu. Tsl Douslas 10U. Mcfc WANTED MALE HELP t DRUG storm bought and sold. Drug clerks wanted. F. V. Knlest. 624 N. Y. 1 . 11907 WANTED For U. 8. army, able-bodied men between ages of 21 and 35; citlsens if United States, of good character and tem perate hHhlts, who call apeak, read and write English. For Information apply to Recruiting Office, 13th and Douglas Sts., umn.hu; Lincoln and Grand Island. Neb., or Sioux City. la. B LI VK ARK HF.ADtiUARTF.R9 FOR Bookkeepers, Stenographers. , Office clerks. Traveling salesmen. Retail clerks. Who are seeking a location. Call or write for our plan of placing competent people. WESTERN REE. & BOND AHS'N, INC., Dept. 11. 810-11-42 N. Y. Life '"'"f s YOUNG MEN for Ry. braking and firing. Address Ry. Dept., 2o9 8. 12th. Omaha B MML M7 WANTED Men to accept bargains In land, hotel and gallery. 8. Koffrath, Litch field. Neb. B M9U3 Max MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing, bricklaying, plastering trades; paya Id a day. Coyne Bros. Co., New ork, Chi cago, Cincinnati, St. Louis. Free cata logue. B AMERICAN Barber Colege, 12th & Doug. 11 ftlJi. JU1U CIVIL SERVICE work. See Underbill. 3320 B-643 Mchl N. 24th. WANTED At once. 20 men to give dia mond rings for presents to their mothers, sisters or sweethearts. Apply A. Mandel berg, 1522 Farnam St. Your credit ls good. B M677 STOTat tl, Neu- House. 1307 Douglas; OAV-'A rooms 26c and ud: beds (Iron) 15c; Just opened; everything new and clean. H-M315 31 WANTED Men to learn barber trade; 10 positions for every graduate; top wages paid; few weeks completes; can nearly earn expenses if desired. Call or write Moler Burber College, 1116 Farnam St. . B-M365 8x WANTED Ten good harnessniakers. Ap ply, WALTER BOYT HAUIILI'.KI tU,, a-210 Court Ave., Des Moines, la. B-M4-11 WANTED-Ranch blacksmith; steady Job, good wuges to light man. Robert T aylor, Abbott, Neb. B M4ti9 9x BECOME a chauffeur nt home; positions guaranteed at $25 weekly; write for par ticulars. Automobile, Dept. 631. No. 742 Seventh Ave., New York. H MW6 9x WANTED Four trustworthy boys, with bicycles; permanent pusltiuns. A. D. T. Co.. 212 S. 13th St. B-M570 A3 DRUG CLERK, with one or two years' experience; must know something about soda fountain. W. A. Plcl, 18th and Far nam. B-M607 WANTED Bushelmen at 1207 Fnrnam St. B M64S 8 WANTED At once, experienced chocolate dippers. Apply at Boston Store candy department. B 639 6 WANTED Experienced car repairers. Ap ply F. U Doherty. agent C. O. W. Ry., Ninth Ave. and Sixth Sts., Council Bluffs. B-MG34 PRINTER wanted. Address, with refer ences and ability. Journal, David City, Neb. B-M649 7 WANTED Man with small capital to Join me In one of the most profitable manu facturing businesses; nothing of Its kind within 2,000 miles; references not neces sary If a man Is honest and sober. Ad dress O. Pen Office, Council Bluffs. Ia. WANTED FEMALE HELP WANTED Experienced lady assorter. Bluff City laundry. Council Bluffs. C-232 WANTED Girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. Frederick RuBtin, 3611 Harney St. C-873 WANTED Experienced cloak and suit Suleeladlen; good saiary to right parties. Address 8 60, care Bee. C 647 GOOD girl for general housework. 3120 8. 18th. C 261 Mcho APPRENTICE girls, Burgess Shirt Co., 21st and Farnam. C 309 WANTED Experienced girl, general housework, small family, good wages. Mrs. J. R. Snyder, 116 S. 35th St. C-369 8x WANTED Good, competent girl In small family at 115 South 34th St. C M379 SALESWOMAN wanted; must be accus tomed to selling high-class wash goods. Apply J. L. Brundels & Sons. C 35 6 WANTED Sewing by the day; $1.10 per day; good references. Address C. 4227 Burdette St., city. C M465 7x WANTED Cook at 1916 8. 32d Ave. Tel. Harney-3221. C-M574 WANTED Competent girl for general housework. Apply 611 Park Ave. C 614 COOK and second girl. 2225 Farnam. C-610 GIRL for general housework; good wages. Apply 933 N. 25th St. C-M564 6x WANTED Olrl to do plain cooking; no washing: $4 a week; at the Creche, 19th and Harpey. C 3S7 r,x WANTED flood cook; references required. 2211 St. Mary's Ave. C 626 7 WANTED A girl to do general housework; small family. 1115 So. d St. C 630 7 WANTED An experienced girl to cook and do general housework; small family; good wages. Apply .v. uougias st. C-M640 8 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS SALARY LOANS Made promptly and confidentially, without Knowieage or employer or anyone. MONEY ADVANCED On your rlano. furniture, without removal. at lowest rates. Open every evening. Take elevator to 3d floor. Tel. Douglas 1411. RELIABLE CREDIT CO., S07-30S I'axtuu Blk. 16th and Farnam. X-J77 IF YOU WANT TO BOKKOW MONEY Much or- little, on furniture, pianos, live slock or on your salary, don't Hesitate to come to us. lou cuu pay us baca to suit your convenience. Chaises uu low as any and much less luun many. No red tape. Oui&hu, Mortgage Loan Co., 119 Hoard ot Trade Bidg. lei. lJougia 2-"J6. S. MitU St. tEatuDlished IS."-'.) X9t DR. PH1BENOW 8 PRIVATE MONEY loaned on furuiture, pia.ios. sauuy, horses, etc.. In any amount, at less than half tne rate; do red tape; pt rfect pri vacy; Immediate attention; on any teinit wanted; payinenls suspended In case of ulcaness or out of employment. Room 214. Khi bach blk.. Ml S. lotli St. X-97U When In need of MONEY Call on us. PHOENIX L'HEDIT CO. 632-3 Paxton Blk. X-M71 $ $ INDEPENDENCE $ $.. Why be obliged to others? It's easy U gm money of me No red tape. Pay when you can. BOW EN, Jul N. Y. Life. Open evenings until 7. X 973 MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE and others without security; tusy pay ments. Offices In 51 principal cities, lul man, room 714, New York Life Bldg. -X. 1171 SEE the Western Loan company for furni ture, diamond and salary loans, 331 Ne ville blk., luih and Harney. Tel. IhjumIu tola, X-974 FURNITURE,. Live Stock. Sulary Loans, Duff Green Loan Co., Room i. Barker Block. X-975 CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loaus. Foley Loan Co.. IM Farnam St. X ; MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew elrv. horses, rows, etc. C. F. Reed. 110 a 13th. X-77 EAGLE Imih 4rlice. reliable, accommodat ing, all busluess conndeutisl. iM Iouglas. A Bee want ture for many men- Why not you? FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS pKWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam. Doug. 611 O.M.E. Haul Trunks E-914 WELL furnished, modern, steam heated rooms, 2234 Farnam, Flat 6. Tel. Doug. 2303. E 781 NEWLY furnished rooms. 253 Davenport; walking distance. E 432 FURNISHED rooms for rent at 3634 Dav enport St. E 753 FRONT and back parlor, modern, use of piano; reasonable. 315 S. 2Hth St. E 624 7x FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD THE ROSE. 2020 Harney. Nice warm rooms, with good board; also dav board or meal tickets. F 253 MarlOx Doug. Gil O.M.E. Haul Trunks , F-910 VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe. F-911 THE FARNAM 19th and Farnam Sts. F-841 ROOMS and. good board, $5 per week and up. Call 1517 Chicago St. F 912 BOARD or room. 2215 Howard St. F 385 6x ONE large front room, with alcove; all modern, with heat. 122 8. 25th St. Tel. 5309 Douglas. F 619 5x WITH or without board. Tel. Red 6052. 2218 Cass St. F 631 8x UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT 4 modern rooms, purlor floor. 1509 S. 2Mb St. G-262 THREE ground floor rooms, with range, $12. 122 S. 25lh St. Tel. Douglas-5309. U 618 6x TWO large parlors and kitchen, all mod ern, with bent, $.'6; 122 S. 2ith St. Tel. Douglas 53"9. G 627 7x CENTRAL. all-modern 3-room, parlor floor. 220 North 23d. O M650 FOR RENT HOUSES HOT INK'S! 'n a" parts of the city. R. "w v"-"-' C. Peters fc Co., Bee Bldg. D ai5 TTOITSFS In H Parts of the City. The U K3i-0 Q F Davis Co., 208 Bee Bldg. D 9i6 HOUSES, insurance. Ringwalt, Barker Blk. THE Omaha Van & Storage Co., pack. move and store II. H. goods. Storehouse, 1120-24 N. 19th. Ofllcc, 1611'A Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1569. D-918 WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Btor- ster St. D-9l 8-ROOM modern house, except furnace, $20. C. M. Bachmunn, 436 Paxton ljik. tei. Red 2639. D 224 FOR RENT Nine-room house, east front. 568 So. 28th St., $40 per montn. u. r. Loomls. D-921 NINE rooms, modern, 3112 Mason St., no month, owner, 209 s, lztn si. u-r-i SEE us when shipping household goods to large cities west. we can save you money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO., 214 N. Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug. 1195. D M121 9-ROOM house and barn, new porcelain bath, furnace, gas, city and cistern water, newly papered and painted, 2913 Hr- tlMV . $30 9-room house, city and cistern water, 433S Charles 8-room house, modern, 2409 Lake $-V 4-room flat, modern, am w. -"in s J. H. PARROTTE, FAATOIN D 625 5 J. Schwartr, niov'g van, 1510 Web. Doug 2046 L UO 1 FOR RENT Seven-room house, with bath and laundry; N. E. cor. 15th Ave. and Leavenworth; house In perfect order; new plumbing; hot water heating; rent $40. . W. J. Connell. 101 Bee Bldg. D-M32 $32.50 8-room, modern brick house, 1303 8. 2Mh St. J. M. McGowan, Tel. Harney. 1767. D-M 587 7x FOR RENT Ten-room modern house, 2921 Mason St. Inquire of F. P. Klrkendall St Co., 1106 Harney S D-Mlh 10 FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city hall building. 417 N. 26th St., South Omaha, Apply to manager. . 1134 SUITABLE for wholesale or manufactur ing UvMl- threx floors and basement. elevator; will rent 22loO separately; lou3-5 Farnam St. Inquire 314 'irsi xsationui Bank Bldg. I-23 GROUND FLOOR space 66x123, light three sides. Union Pacific trackage, suitable for manufacturing or ngnt storage, i. v. Doup, 13th and Nlcholaa Sis. I M593 CENTRAL, drug store, with fixtures: also laundry, with power. Tixard, 220 North 23d. I M651 MUSIC AND LANGUAGES FRENCH GERMAN AND SPANISH. CHATELA1N SCHOOL OK LANGUAGES. Davldge Bldg., 18th &. Earn. VIOLIN Teacher Wm. Miller Lessons at pupils homes, ixz t ar. m. ici. neu oua. 274 W13 MISS BARN1CK. piano, German method, 930 N. 27th St. 634 Mchl9 WANTED TO BUY ONE or two diamonds, 1 to 2-karat; must be white, well cut, free from flaws and a bargain. Address T 13. Bee. N M122 6x BOOKS Buy, sell, exchange. Address A. C. Buker. 2312 E. Walnut St., Des Moines, - - K" Ulu Vl a. . , ... i . - WANTED Dray team. 1.800 pounds. See A. Hospe Co., 1513 Douglas St. N-M602 DRESSMAKING LADIKS' TAHXR Riding habits and even- Ing coats. 213h Farnam St. Tel. Douglas 3611. " M'DOWELL'B school. 1623 Far., room 24.. -M93J l ini ahlrt malst suits our specialty Burgess, 224 Farnam St. Tel. Dong. 4113. M507 Ml CLAIRVOYANTS MME. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST. Call at No. 113 South 16th St., upstairs. Resultful prediction absolutely given. 8-907 REV. EDWARDS, spiritual medium, gives wonderful life readings. Room 1. Patter son Blk.. 17th and Furnam. 8 M623 10 LAW AND COLLECTIONS ATTORNEYS avery where. The New Snow Church Co.. main floor N. Y. L. Tel. Doug. 123. -4M3 J. M. MACFARLAND. K. Tel. Doug. 6858 L. Bldg. 9V4 FLORISTS L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. Doug. Vt. - UES8 fiW'QBOUA, 1115 Fniu . - ad has brightened the fu- B FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FINE LITTLE HOME of 100 acres, near Mo. Valley, la., the best of soil, l miles from city limits; on account ot poor heulth owner will sell If taken soon for 168 per acre. Address P. O. Box H36. Mo. Valley, la. RE W572 " - FARMS and city homes. Kemp, Real Ks tater, Blulr, Neb. RE 938 HOUSE TO BE MOVED. 1514 Cass St., 6-room house to be sold to the highest bidder. HASTINGS Sz HEYDEN, 1609 Farnam St. RE 613 6 FOR SALE A home worth $30,0')0 for $12, 000; west side. Address L 17. Bee. RE M85I chas Yr;n;a,v,o,, nv. s. Bk. Bidg. K- " w 1st Floor. RE 937 TH E Glover Cuban Land Co.. R. 3. N. Y. L. Bldg., Omaha, sell lands In Cuba. Round trip, Omaha to Havana, $f7.85. RE 936 FOR SALE Nice 6-room cottage south part of city, two blocks from boulevard; big yard, shade and fruit trees; a bar gain. Call 301 Brown Blk. RE M168 WELL BUILT house, seven rooms, fur nace, electricity, gas, bath, open nlckle plumbing, full cemented basement, $3.40. 1.113 N. 34th St.. Bemls nark. RE M573 FOR SALE "-room house; also 6-room house. Apply 857 8. 28th St. RE-M 322 llx THE J. FRED KERR COMPANY 8 AB STRACTS OF TITLE aro the safest. You are protected by a $10,000 bond against loss by errors. You don't buy a lawsuit when you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 108 N. Y. Life Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 2214. RE- POOR MAN'S CHANCE. $550 buys a two room house. On In house and water In yard. Permanent sidewalks and east front on Dodge car line; out build ings una fruit and shade trees. $2H0 cash, baluncc $10 a month. Id 40x132. N. P. DODGE CO., 1711 Furnam St. RE 642 6 ACRE IITS on S. 40th. South Omaha. $.W: Ave acres nenr South Omaha, $1,000; acre lots on county line, $250. N. P. Dodge & Co., 1 14 Furnam. RE 638 8 FOR SALE FARMS BUY A FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE 120 acres one-half mile southeast of Scotia. Neb.; well Improved; will sell or trade for Omaha residence. Price $4,600. R. H. LANDERYOU, 442 Board of Trade. Tel. Doug. 2151. H-M643 7 157 ACRES SUITABLE FOR STOCK FARM $35 PER ACRE Located 6 miles northwest of Gretna. 63 acres very richest bottom land, balance suitable for pasture land; two small sets of improvements. GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM. 11270 M5 HIGHLY IMPROVED FARM 10 MILES OMAHA $15,600.00156 ACRES This farm is northwest of city, near Mili tary road, lies tine. land In highest slate of cultivation, 24 acres jneadow and pasture, balance under plow, 9-room house, nam iu norses anu is oows, mneninery sneu, two windmills. Offeredi lor short time only. GEORGE at CO., 1601 Farnam. 11 M644 10 EXCURSIONS NOW. North Dakota beats, them all for farming, stock raising, for health and for business: Land for $12 to $15 an acre, will yield $12 an acre. Get facts ' from Wm. II. Brown Co., 131 LuSalle St., Chicago, 111., or Mandan, N. D. 11 M325 80 ACRES DOUGLAS CO. 65 PER ACRE Five miles north of Gretna, all upland, lies well, no Improvements, half under cultivation, balance hay land; rents $4 per acre. GEORGE & CO., 1001 FARNAM. H-271 M3 Farm and Ranch. Lands Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming; low prices; ten years time. 1-atul uepi., U. P. R. R.. Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A." H-939 80 ACRES DOUGLAS CO. S65.00 PER ACRE Five miles north of Gretna, all upland, lies well, no Improvements, half under culti vation, balance hay lund. Rents $4 per acre. GEORGE & CO. II-M645 10 LOCATE Free homesteads; Lyman and Stanley counties. Sell deeded land In Hyde, Hughes, Sully counties. Write Joy I .and Co., Pierre, 8. D. H M641 lfcx FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS SODA FOUNTAINS, any sixo. 1818 Furnam. y WO SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED PAINT. 6 hernia a at McCoimeil Drug Co., Omaha. Q 941 HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. lSlb Farnam. VJ 943 IF YOU wish to buy a perfect A-l diamond ring seo A. Mnndclberg, 1522 Furnam St. Your ciedlt ls good. V M676 FOR SALE Two life scholarships on Omaha business college. Address Dwlght Williams, Omaha Bee, Omaha, Neb. U29 MIIiCH COWS, on easy terms. Center. 43d and 4J299 FOR SALE At a discount, due bill from one of the most desirable life inuurauce companies, which may be applied on a first year's premium; any one considering taking out a policy can save money. Address P 57, car Bee. W 9u7 PIANO FOR SALE Party who purchased piano only a few weks ago will sell It at a discount from the cash price puld. Address P 63, cars Bee. y 9u6 PIANO Square, $10; 50 cents weekly. Per tleld Piano Co., 1611 Farnam St. Q 943 WE TRUST EVERYBODY, easy payments, and lead the world In cheap prices on billiard and pool tables and bar fixtures; catalogue free. The Brunswicke-Baike-Cullender Co., 407 8. loth St., Omaha. Neb. Q 944 CRIBBING, Mr timbers, N) feet and under; seasoned hardwood lumber. 16th & lsard. y-9t5 500 STOVES to select from at low prices. Chicago Furniture Co., 1410-1412 Dodge St. y 946 SPECIAL PRICES FOR NEBRASKA. The famous Old Trusty Incubators, made by Johnson, the incubator man. Send for 124-page free catalogue; 2Jo poultry Illustrations. M. M. Johnson Co., Clay Center. Neb. y 947 WATER BACKS, furnace and stove re pairs, furnace ple and lutings. Tel. Douglas-Sri. Omaha Stove Repair Works. y-318 M14 loO 81NOLE Iron beds, springs and mattres ses; $2 each, complete; wurth $6. 201k D'vpt. y 2w) Mch.V OOCART for sale. Inquire 2607 Woolworlh Ave. y M577 6x CAUTION! Bewsre ot fake piano ads.; genuine new Stelnway pianos are sold ' ONLY by Schmoller Mueller and they are the ONLY authorised Nebraska rep resentatives. Tel. Doug. -If i. - 14ii7 Htr. oey St. y-alJl 1 PERSONAL L A U N D R Y c 1 . I." 2MA M V 1X1 at 8. inn si. U-961 PLEATING Hu'chlng.1 Buttons; '"w i.,r r,ii- lint and samples. THE GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.. 200 Douglas Block. Tel. Doug. 1936. L-4k2 MAOXETIP treatment ft Baths. Mme. Wi'LjJ"lVy Smith. IIS N. 15. 2d 11.. r l U 805 L)R. JACKSON. n i VrenEpr lilorlc Chronic diseases a specialty. Consul la tion free. U 953 ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend cnlf i w rue to the matiMn of the Salvation Army home lor women at 3824 N. 24th St., Omaha. Neb. U M100 OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ramge Blk. v PIANO CLUIi Pianos delivered at once, $t. weekly. All music lessons free. JOIN NOW. Perfle Id Piano Co., 1611 Farnam St. U 955 PRIVATE home during confinement; babies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Guidell, 2216 Charles. Tel. Doug. 6311. U 966 THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth ing; in fact, anything you do not need; we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. lllh St., for cost of collecting to the worthy poor. Cull 'Phone Doug. 4135 and wagon will call U i'l DIAMONDS sold for cash or on very easy payments at A. Mandelberg's, 1622 Far nam St. U M675 WE RENT sewing machines. 75c week. We repair nil makes of machines; second hand machines, $5 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co., Tel. Doug. 1663. Cor. 15th and Harney. U-957 FREE aieuioaf ana surgical treatment at Creighton Medical college, 14th and Dav enport Sts.; special attention paid to con llncment cases; all treatment supervised by college ptofessors. 'Phone Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or night. U 123 HAIRDRESSING. Special attention given to developing the arms; moderato prices for dyeing and bleaching hair. HATT1E HAUL, 206 Neville Blk. Tel. . Doug. 6185. U-M144 W. W. LEMON, EXPERIENCED CHINA PACKER; price muderaie. Tel. Red 7375. U M220 Mch25 . 'PHONE Doug. 701 and a man will call and tunc your piano, $2. Pertleld Piuno Co., 1611 Furnam. U 968 TRY KELLY'S Doug. 3530. LAUNDRY. 'PHONE U-969 RUPTURE CURED No knife, no Injec tions. Call or write for booklet, yulck Curo Rupture Co., oil W. O. W. Bldg.. Omaha. U 961 DR. ROY, Chiropody, It. 2 St 3, 1505 Farnam. U 962 JACK: Pupa says It you buy the ling at Mandelberg's we may get married next week. Edith. U M764 MASSAGE specialist for chronic diseases. Joseph Ruben, room 218 Bee Bldg. Tel. 6608, Omaha; 27 years experience; work guaranteed. U M833 6 MASQUE costumes. Licben. Tel. 4115. V M8.S8 8 PRIVATE confinement home; babies adopted. Mrs. Dr. King, 2018 N. 21st 8u I el. 3669. u M887 5 WE TAKE CARE of clothing by the muiiiii. ij. DULAtr et tJU., expert clean ers and dyers, 618 8. 13th St. Tel. Doug. L29. U-M668 20 DR. SH1PMAN, Specialist-Diseases of the iiver aim siomauil. bis lice Bldg. U 963 'HVMP1TWV" .. .. An -.1 , -""" w . vwier songs, do iecnun. 6u8 S. 13th. TT mzts la U M275 13 1'KIVATE hospital during confinement. Ba rnes uoopiea. uesi ana cheapest In the city. 231a S. 13th St., Omaha, Neb. U M506 19 MANICURING, shampooing, scalp treat- ..t-iit, i.uni iiiiunue; lliorouglliy IlrSl- class work. Lutie Bryant, 316 Bee Bldg. U M623 18 MADAME PATTERSON, magnetic mas seuse. 1314 Davenport St., ground floor, front room; hours, 1 to 8:30 p. in. U-S31 7x MME. PAREE of N. Y..-81m vlng. Facial Massage, Manicuring. 209 Douglus Blk. U-M022 18 YOUR saving 40 per cent. Investigate. Penncll Millinery Co., Ill South 15th St. U 700 SYRINGES, rubber goods by mail; cut prices. Myers-Dillon Drug (To., Omaha. U 748 Mch22 HEAFEY & HEAFEY. Carriages for funerals, weddings and par ties; electric lighted. Tel. 266. , U-M3M 81 MAGNETIC OSTEOLOOY-Mrs. M. Ritten house, 412 N. 16th, room 2, second floor. U 618 MchlS GENTLEMAN traveling in Nebraska de sires personal acquaintance of refined and cultured ladles. Address T 46, care of Omaha Bee. U M404 l.'ix IF THE person who found ladies' leather bug In toilet room at Merchants hotel will return to Bee office a liberal reward will be paid. U 628 Sx OMAHA Steam Pasta Co. manufactures pure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. Tel. Doug. 4521. U R A MQ HP Practical Hatter T4n fat rsnn. tfitfcv.ite(l 220 8. 14th. Tel. Doug. 4652. C A1617 Ao BUTTERMILK at creamery. 16uS Cass. U M647 AS THOROUGHLY competent trained nurse will take a limited number of cases at $15 per week. Tel. Harney 1536. U-M632 8x MEDICAL FOR women only. Dr. Raymond's Pills women's monthly regulator, has brought happiness to thousands of anxious women; no pain, no danger, no Interfer ence with work; relief in 3 to 6 days. We have never known of a single failure. Price, $2 by mall. Raymond s Monthly Regulator In li'iuld. $3. Dr. R. G. Ray mond Remedy Co., Room 35, 84 Adams St., Chicago, 111. 964 LADIES. $1,000 REWARD! I positively guarantee my Never-Falling ERGO KOI.O Remedy. Safely relieves longest, most obstlnhte cases of delayed Munihly Periods In 3 to 5 days without harm, nain or Interference with work. Mail. $1.50. Dou4de strength. $2.00. "SPECIAL FOLD ER FOR 1.ADIES FREE. DR. B. H. St 'UTHINGTON CO., KANSAS CITY. MO. 965 LADIES ChlcheBtei's English Pennyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable. Take no other. Send 4 stamps for particulars, Relief for Ijidles," in letter by return mail. Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co. Philadelphia. Pa. BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve Food Pills" $1 box, postpaid. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 964 ORAMATIC Chambers' Sehool of Stage Arts. Lyric Theater, Nineteenth and Farnam. Thorough Course of Instruction In Slugs Craft. public performances by pupils In their own theater, under personal directorship of Frederick "Jim" Fulton, formerly lead ing character with "Artxona," "Frederick Warde," Frohman'a,'' nine years Wood ward Stock. Kansas City, Omaha. Tele phone. Douglas 1K71 14HI. WllUrd E, Chambers, Manager. 236 DEATH NOTICE HEAI.Y Mrs. Marv. age yers. mother of John J. sr.. Thomas F., James I'. m! Mrs. 1 1. J. Walsh, at family residence. M Ixvrcas St. Notice of funeral later. ROBINSON-Mrs. Mary, age 62 cars. Funeral Wednesday morning. March 7, at : oo'clock. from famllv residence, 2112 Doughs street, to St. Peter's church. In terment, Holy Sepulchcr cemetery. GAI.LIOAN Mrs. J. J , nt the residence of her brother-in-law. William 11. Gulllgun. 2!J6 Castellar street. Funeral Tuesday morning. It o'clock, st St. Peter's church. Twentv-elghth and Leavenworth. Interment, Holy Sepulchcr cemetery. WALLACE Mary Wood, wife of John Wallace, March 4. 19m.. nt her lale resi dence, 2tf2 Webster street. Funeral private. No flowers. WOOD-G. M.. nged 62 years. Funeral Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from People's church, 515 North Eighteenth, to Forest Lawn cemetery. HEALV Mrs. Mary, aged 60 vears. Funeral Wednesday morning. March 7. at 8: o'clock, from the famllv residence, 1913 Dorcas street, to St. Patrick's church. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE WANTED City loons and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnum St. W-9.4 MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co. W 926 BUILDING loans on residence property; 5 per cent. W. M. Meikle, Kumgu Blk. W 926 LOWEST RATES Beniis, Fsxton Block. W-927 PRIVATE money. F. D. Wcad, 1520 Douglas. W GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam; city loans, 5 and 6s per cent Interest; no delay. W-829 $l,0U0.iO0 TO LOAN on business and resi dence property in Omaha; lowest rales; no delay. Thomas Brcnnun, R. 1, N V. Life. W-930 6 & 5V PER CENT loans on city property. W. li. Thomus, 1st National Bunk Bldg. W-931 WANTED City Loans. R. C. Peters & Co. W 932 FARM, CITY AND BUILDING LOANS. Reed Bros., 171y Farnam St. W 933 S PER CENT STOCK-120 shares of U. S. Yards Co. stock for sale. W. L. Helby, 440 Bonrd of Trade BUIg W M294 PRINTING I YNf.TAn Hlglt grade 1'.H6 Calendars. Limuoiftu 8 K C(ir Kh st anJ & JORVE Capitol Ave. ws TvTlT'VT? A '-' fne Job printing. lJ XXjIXXX im jiuvi ard. Tel. Doug. 2uu. DOUGLAS P't'g Co., 1508 Howard. Tel. 644. -920 Mch SNELL Printing Co., 310 South 13th Street. 266 Mchl2 LOST AND FOUND FOUND A place to buy diamonds on credit. For further particulars Inquire of A. Mandclberg, 1522 Farnam St. LostM!79 Iy08T From buggy on street, ladies black hand bag. purse inside, also curds with owner's name. Liberal reward to tinder. Return to 2-W Miami. Lost 633 fix TICKET BROKERS CUT RATE rullwny tickets everywhere. P. H. Philbln. 1506 Farnam. 'Phone Doug. 784. . 9f6 LARSON & JOHNSON, 1406 Farnam. Doug. ' 1935. 987 CEMENT BLOCK MACHINERY ITT V ?' Face Down cement block ma JIIUIjO chlnery. Call or write and let us show you our line. 'Phone Doug. 6786. Tapp Construction Co., 229 Neville Blk. M-4T71 M20 OSTEOPATHY JOHNSON Institute, 418 N. Y. L. Tel. Doug. 1664. 95 Dr. Wells, D. O. and M. D.. Neville Block 370 A3 BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES "NO trust prices;" brand new solid oak ll I Hard and pool tables, $100; also bar fix tures cheap. No agency expenses. Cata logues free. Chas. Passow &ons, Chi cago. J71 PLUMBING CHAPMAN ft MAHAN. Rcpalra promptly done. Prices reasonable. 612 N. 16th. Tel. Red-5864. -763 Mch23 GOVERNMENT NOTICES CHIEF QUARTERMASTER S OFFICE, Omaha, Neb., February 6. 1906. Sealed pro posals, In triplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received here until 10 a. m.. central standard time, March 6, 1906, and then opened In the presence of attend ing bidders, for printing required at head quarters Department of the Missouri, dur ing the fiscal year commencing July 1. 1906, and ending Juno 30, 19n7. I.'. S. reserves the right to reject or accept any or all pro posals or any part thereof. Blank forms for bidding and circular giving full Information and requirements will be furnished on ap plication. Envelopes containing proposals should be marked "Proposals for Printing." und addressed to Msjor M. GRAY ZAI.1N 8KI, C. Q. M. F7-8-9-1U.M5-6 PROPOSALS FOR BRICK SCHOOL building. Department of Indian Affairs, Washington D. C, February 15, 19U6. Sealed proposuis Indorsed "Proposals for School Building, Pierre, 8. D.," and addressed to the commissioner of Indian - affairs, Washington, D. C, will be received at the Indian office until $ o'clock p. m. of Monday, March 19, 1906, for furnishing ana delivering the neces sary materials and labor to construct and complete a brick school building, with plumbing, steam heat and acetylene gas piping, at the Pierre Indian school. S, !., In strict accordance with plans, specifica tions and instructions lo bidders which may be examined at this office, the offices of the "Improvement Bulletin," Minneapolis, Minn.; the "Argus-Leader," Sioux Falls. 8. D.; the "Inter-Ocean," Chicago, ill.; the "Globe-Democrat," St. Louis, Mo. and the "Bee," Omaha, Neb.; the Builders' and Traders' Exchanges at Omaha, Neb.: Mil waukee, Wis.; St. Paul. Minn., and Minne apolis. Minn.; the Northwestern Manufac turers' association. St. Paul, Minn.; the United States Indian Warehouses at L6j South Canal street. Chicago, III.; 815 How ard street. Omaha, Neb.; 119 Wooster street. New York City, and 602 South Seventh street. St. Louis. Mo., and at the school. For further Information apply to J. C. Ivengood, Supt., Pierre. P. D. C. F. Lar rabee. Act'g. Commissioner. F22-!4-:7Ml-3-6--10 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the Keith and Lincoln Counties Irrigation District wi.l receive sealed proposals for the purchuse of tltu $65,uuu.00 bond issue of said district up to the hour of 6 o'clock p. in., standard time, of the 2d day of April, 19U6. at. lbs otltce of the secretary of said Irrigation District, in the town of Sutherland, In Lincoln county, in the state of Nebraska. Said bonds are in the denomination of $luu.00 each and bear interest at the rate of six er cent, tuiyable semi-annually, on the first days of March and September ot each and every year, beginning with the first day of September, lumi. These bonds are In ten series, 33 of which are due on the first day of Man h, 1917, 3'J due March 1, Mix; 46 due March 1. l'19; 62 due March 1. l!Oi; ft due March 1. 1921; 65 due March 1. 19:: 72 due March 1. 19.'.': 85 due March 1. 1924; 9s due March 1, 19Jt. and lol due March 1, 1926. The sealed proposals may be for the whole of said bonds or for any portion thereof, and such bids will be opened im mediately after the hour of 6 o'clock p. m. of said 2d day of April. It'll, the board re serving the light to reject any and all blda Dated this 12th dav of February. 19uL JAMES BHOUP. Secretary AU-dJot LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MIKTINO Notice la hereby given that the regular annunl meeting of the stockholders of the South Platte ljind Co. will be held at the office of said company In Lincoln. Ne braska, at 11 o'clock a. in., on the 7th day Of March. A. D. I. By order of the bonrd nt directors. C H MORRILL, President. A. Tt. MINOR. Sfcretsry. Lincoln. Nebraska. Feb. J. IK. FebS-D30t RAILYVA i TIME CARD l MOV STATION -TE3TH AM) MARC V. t ain Pacific. n,-.,i.. ...1 t 1 ... 1 , Tmvh. A ni ve il I:1S am .a 9:40 am The china and Japan Fsst Mail a 4:13 11m a 8:10 p.n a SO am a 810 pm alO:48 pin a 8:90 pm a 7:44 am a 4 50 pm Colo. A Calif. Ex.... California Ore. Ex l.os Angeles Limited.. Fast Mall f'.llnra H it U na.. i a 1 .a 4:15 rnt .a 4 2.i 1 111 .all am ,a 1 :56 pm .a 7:45 nm .a 8:10 nm North Platte !,ocai.... t tea i r, co iocai b 1:15 pm b 1:00 pro C'hlrago, Rock Island A Paelfle EAST. Chicago Limited a 3:25 sin s 7:10 am a 9.66 pm a 4:90 pm bll:80 am a 1:16 pm Chicago Express a 7:00 Am Chicago Express, Iucal.bll:15 am Des Moines Express. ...a 4:30 pm Chicago Fast Express, .a 6:40 pm Rocky Mountain Ltd. .a 7:20 am 1:15 am .a., t - a ... . . i oioraou t.iir!s c.iA, pm a vno pm Oklahoma & Texas Ex. a 4:40 pin al2:ufc pm imcaao ureal nniers. T AS A I , St. Paul A Minn... St. Puul Minn... f'Mraim 1 .lmlt,d ...A 8:30 pm a 7:15 am ...a 7:46 am a 7:55 pm ...a 5:00 pm alO .) am ...a 6:05 am a 3:80 pm Chicago Express .. Missouri 1'nciHc. o. t .... .. .. ci. uvuin u.ri ro m , j noi n o.ou pm K. C. St St. L. Express..all:l$ pm a 6:00 pm .a 9:C0 am a 6:30 pm Chicago Jk Korlkweitcrs. St. Paul DavllKht i ) iUm mm nm Chicago Daylight a 8:00 am 11:50 nm Chicago Limited a 8::W pm 9:15 am fanoll l.oi'ul a A:'A-' ritn ,.. St. Paul Fust Mall 8:28 pm 7:1 am Sioux C. & St. P. Lical.b 8:60 I m 9:36 am Fast Mall 2:30 pm Chicago Express a 6:50 pm a 7.80 nm Norfolk & Bonesteel....a 7:40 am 10:38 am Lincoln & Long Plne...e 7:40 am 10:35 am Caspei & Wyoming 2:60 pin 6:16 pm DeadMood & Lincoln. .a 2:50 pm 6:15 pm Hastings St Albion b 2:50 pm 6:16 pm Chicago I .oc-ul all :30 am 1:45 pm Chicago Limited all:00 pm 11:16 am Wabash. St. Louis Express a 6:30 pm a 8:40 am St. Louis IichI (from Council Bluffs) a 9:15 am al0.30 pm Stanberiy Wcnl (from Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bll:30am ( lilcaao. Milwaukee A St. Paul. Chicago St Colo. Spec'L.a 7:55 am a T:35 nm California & Ore. Ex. ..a 6:45 pin a 3:10 pm Overland Limited a 8:35 pm a 9:20 am Marlon it Cedar R. Lo..b 6:45 am bll:o0 pin Illinois Central. Chicago Expreas a 8:00 am a 3:55 pm Chicago limited a 6:00 pm a 7:30 am Minn. St St. Paul Ex.. ,b 8:00 ant b 8:65 pm Minn. St St. Paul Ltd.. .a 8:30 pm a 1.M am BVHI.UVGTOX STATION 10TH A MASOS Burlington. Leave. Denver & California.. ..a 4:10 pin Black Hills i- a 4:10 pm Northwest Special a 4:10 pm Northwest Express ...,all:10 pm Nebraska Local a 8:00 am Nebraska Express a 9:10 an Lincoln Local Lincoln Fust Mall b 2:15 pm Ft. Crook & Plattsm'h.b 2:60 pm Bcllevue & Platlsm'h...a 7:50 pm Arrive, a 3:30 pm a 6:30 pm a 7:10 am a 6:30 pm a 7:40 pm a 7:40 pm a 9:05 am al2.30 pm bl0:26 am a 8:30 am 7:10 am a 8:30 am a 2:00 pm a 7:26 am a 3:66 pm a 7:36 am al0:53 pm all: 30 am a 6:45 am a 6:10 pm urnvpr liiuucu Bcllevue St l'ac. June. Bcllevue St Pac. June.. . 3:30 am a 9:lo am Chicago Special Chicago Express Chicago Flyer Iowa Local St. I-ouls Express Kansas Clty-St. Jos'h Kansas City-St. Josh Kansas City-St. Jos'h. a :.'o am .a 3:46 pm ..a 8:05 p:n .a 9.16 am .a 4:45 pm ,.al0:4S pm .a 9:16 am .a 4:45 pm WEBSTER DEPOT 15TU WEBSTER Mlaaonrl Paelfle. Nebrnska Local, via Weeping Water Chicago, St. rant, Omaha. Twin City Passenger.. Sioux City Passenger.. Oakland Local Emerson Local Leave. Arrive, b 3:6o pm bl2:30 pm MlnneapoUs ,b 6:30 am a 2:00 pin b 6:46 pm .0 8:45 am b 9:10 pm all:20 am b 9:10 am o 6:00 pm a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, except Saturday, c Sunday only, except Monday. d Dally Daily WHOLE FAMILY WANTS WORK Man, Wife and Ten Children, Some Too Utile for I.abor, Ask for Employment. Beet sugar growers are scouring the country in search of workers, and num erous inquiries Hre received every day by the railroads, which are helping procuro these workers for the growers. This letter from Hiawatha, Kan., was received by the passenger department of the Union Pacific and Is B'if-explanatory: Received one of your South Platte valley folders today, but I see that it Is too late for cheap rales. Myself and family wish to leave here for Sterling, Colo. We have a large family of boys and girls, seven boys and three girls. Have had no experience in beet raising myself, hut boys have worked on beets at Randolph, Neb. We started for the south, but do not like it, as far us we have traveled. We have no largo amount of money lo invest in land, hut principally our labor. Will you mail nie by return mall what the fare would be from this place to Sterling. Colo., or what It would take lo get us all there. There are twelve of us. There would be: Seventeen-year-old bor 1 Sixteen-year-old boy 1 Fifteen-yeur-olfl hoy i Fourteen-year-old boy. Twelve-year-old boy..., Ten-year-old girl Seven-year-old boy Five-year-old girl Two-year-old girl Seven-months-old boy., Myself and wife Total 1! He I am a painter by trade. Will you please tell nie the best you can no for us from tliiv nlti-A 1,1 Mtprllnz? Your truly. (Signed) J- O. SMITH. The railroad company thought the Com mercial club of Sterling should assist to get such a numerous family to the beet sugar fields. NEW CHIEF SURGEON HERE Colonel John Van R. llotr Comes Succeed Major Richard W. Johnson. Colonel John Van R. Hoff, recently chief of staff of the medical department of tin United States army, has arrived in the city and Monday morning entered upon his du ties as chief surgeon of the Department of the Missouri. He relieves Major Richard W. Johnson, acting chief surgeon, who re turns to his duties as post surgeon at Fort Ciook. Colonel Hoff entered the army as assist ant surgeon from New York in lkTl, ani served during the Spunlsh-Anierican war. He wus attached to the medical corps of the army during the operations aguiiiRl Piking, and subsequently was assigned to duty as the representative of the American army medical department with the Russian army during Its n-iailons In Manchuria He was appointed chief suigeon of the De partment of the Missouri In January last, but was prevented from entering upon his duties under thut apisiintment pending his report to the medical department of the army uon the Russian army operations. Colonel Hoff i accompanied by Mrs. Hoff. Colonel and Mis. Hoff are for the present quartered at the Pax Ion hotel. An Encaging woe tor. uses gentle means, such as Electric Bit ters, in curing dangerous diseases. Ilk BllUousness, Dyspepsia, etc. 60c. For sals by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. When you have anything to trade, adver tise it In the For Exchange Column i Tos Bee Want Ad Fa.