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THK OMAHA DAILY KKlfr TUtiSDAY. DKCKIMBKII 27 , 1H02.
8PEC1HL NOTICES. W'F.iniSKMKNTH FOIl TIIKKK > A will hntnkcn until 1J-M p. tn. for thei nnrt unlllB no p. tn. lor the tnotnlnu or Sunday edl- > 'u MtveHUmiont tnkcn ( or 1ci limn Kconu for li * t l Inffttun. All nrtvortUoments In Iheso eolnmn m cent * a word for thn flrsl Insertion and I renla word for corn euhirquoht Inimrtlon , or 11.40 per line per rnnnlti Terms c h In ndvaneo. Initials , figure' , * ymboU , He . nchcount an a won ! . All advertise- iiicnlnmint run ronspcutlvdy. Advertiser * , by re- nnntlnit n numbered clicck , can have the letter * addressed to ft numbered tinier In ctre or TilK HUB. Answers no ( icIiUo p-l will bo delivered on the presentation of the rtieck WANTED MALE HELP. " " -SALARY Oil COMMISSION Til AOKNT8 TO handle the Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil , Thn niont useful and novel Invention of thn agn. J'.rfifos Ink thoroughly In two urcondi , Work * Ilka magic. 2U ) to MO per cent proiiu Agents making IW per week. We also want a general agent to take charge of territory nnd npoomnub ngentn , A rare chancn lo make money. Write for tcrmi and , sam- Pin of eratlnif. Monroe Krnser Mfg , Co. , \ 3 * La rtojje , WK " * T > AOKNTS WAVTED-4lltlENTIAL ) LIKE 1'lns , Co. , good pay. Apply room W.Vtentn block , oppo P. O. _ . M27Q 1IO' _ TJ-WANTK1I. A UOOII IIMCKdMITIl AT O. CEi J > nnnt ben good hnrJoihoar. Address or call on A K.Hwnnson , Herman. Neb M330J7 * 1VV PAY HALAHYWEEKLY TO (1OOI ) . 'agent * . Uxporlenco unnecessary. Apply Hlnger oiiicc. MM2JM1 1 > WANTED , A Ki\V : UEL1A11LK SOLICITOUS JJln Nebraska for the Union Central Life Intur- nncfl company of < Inclnnnll. ( lood territory and liberal contracts to the right men. Addrcis ,1. M. Kdmlston , Hlnlo Agent , rooms 45 , 40 and 47 llurr lilk. Lincoln , Neb , M5IO J30 TJ-WANTEI ) , AN E.XPEHIBNCKI ) COACHMAN. -I * Oood reference required. Wages HO. Apply to 611 South 12th street. MMI7-27 > -WANTED , THHEE I'LUMIIKHB 1MMKDI- lately. Free , 161 Cnpllol nvo. C1G-2T TJ-AOBNTi WANTKI ) . ' . To'flO A DAT 1CASII.V J'rnnrtc. Komi Ifo for nmiile of our new patent Inrllpn1 ilrom hnlilor ultli full particular * . O. Bio- bert A Co. , WonlmluMor ttrcct , St. 1'anl. Ml mi. 1J-600 MKN KOll AIIKANSAB , TKSNKH9KK AND Dl.ouliilann on Korirnniont work. Krnmor A U'llonrn , 3038outh lltli utrcct. M8SI1 * WANTED 3EM AI.E - ' . (5HNKHA1. IIOUSK. work , lira Slionimn ftvntuiR , 181 -VTtIN ( } I.AOIRH CAN SOON ACQIIIIIK A C work Inn knowledge nf rliortlmud and type. nt Vim fnnu'MS N. V. l.ltc. MWT - ) . KlIlST-CIjASS COOK. INQIMItl ! C-WANTKI nnd Howard. M4MS7 - ' , I.ADIK8 Oil VOUNO MKN TO C-WANTKI' lilcMinant work nt their own homom tl.COtn M.OO nur dnj1 ciin bo qiilptly innilo ; work Kcntliy mull ! no canvaBSlnu. Tor ( inrtlcnl r nJ- droanlllnbaMrg. Co. , IloxiUl , Jloaton , Slam. K - tfibllalioil IbiO. M4M ilO * _ -oooi > inr , , noon WAOUJ. KAMILYOKJ. Coooi 1112 youth IQtli utrcot 6M _ _ O-l > AIY CI U1C WANTI'.I ) IN O UN Hit A I , M Ell- In country town. Adilrem T.12 , lloo. FOB BENT HOUSES. -KOtl KENT , NO. 24M CAl'lTOL AVENUE , J ) modern. TUu O. K. Davis Co. , 1W5 Karnam st. HINT , MODERN 10-UOOM HOUSE , ALI J-'convcnloncos , live inlnutcV walk pDBtonloo , alrcet cars pniis the door. Nathan bheltou or K S , Bklnner , 1GI4 Karnam at. 620 TV-FOH UENT , lo-itooM HOUSE. 2015 CASS , JJJ40.00 Ileod&Solby Hoard of Trade. 771) pv KOll HENT , HOUSES IN ALL PAUTS Ol J-'clty. The O , K Davis company , 1505 Fnruamst _ 778 VLATS , DWELLINGS , COTTARKS IN ALI D parts of city , Kilkenny & Co. , ContlncntuUilk IV-HOUSn OK 14 IIOOMS , ALL MODEIIN CON J-'venlenccn , pleasantly located near business con tcr. Apply 1SUG Chicago st , , or L. S. Skinner , Idl- 1'nrnam. 782 KOll HENT Ml IllllCIf HOUSE. NO. 370i Karnnni street and brick barn , complete will every conveiienco. Warren M. lloccra , 1321 Far tin m t. MSo'J T\-FOH HENT. 8-HOOM COHNEll FLAT , SECONI JJfloor. rntiRo , t other conveniences , Clouierblh T01 B. ICth St. . (40. HliiKwalt Bros. . L'arkor block ; i'J4 J15 - I KENT , THHEE HANDSOME HOUSES furnished and unfurnished ; all modem 1m provcraents. 11 , C. Patterson , 425 liamge building 4U7 I-9-HOOM-HESIDENCE , MODEHrf , 1112 8OUTI I ) 10th ; street. C. B , Elgutter , 201 lieu building. B-NEW7-HOOM COTTAGES , MODEIIN , U Stanford circle. Co vpnlent for business me of Omalm nnd South Omaba , C. S. ElKUttcr , 20 lice building. MI83 1WANTEI ) , I'AHTY TO TAKE CAIIK O J flat. Enqulro IDIH Dotlgo. 65H28 n A NICK. FUHN1SHKI ) MODEIIN 1JOUSH J /pood neighborhood , close to motor. Appl 1'nrrotto. Douglas block. 672 0 -8-HOOM .HOUHK.TlirjO BEVVAllD ; HATl barn. F. D. Woiul. liith and Douglas. M533-27 FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS -WITH rUHNACB HEAT , 210 N. 19 ST. 603-20 * FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOAR ! 1V-T11K DOLAN. 21TJAND 211 N. 18TII ST. 414 210 SOUTH 25TII STKHET UNFURNISHED ROOMS. -3 IIOOMS AT 1303 CAUKoilNlA STJ G - UNFDllNIBllEn IIOOMS IN ILEH 11LOC ! G-3 . Itlth and Jackson sts. ; steam heat , pan , bat ruforenco required. Inquire 613 8. 10th st , top flea A KEWMOltn TAI1LK UOAHUEItS CAN H accommodated at , 520 N Iflth. 5T3 C' FOR BENT STORES AND OFFIEg - l\ll UENT , TilK " . lUlIcrc IIUILlVlN J'JIO Karnam i-t. Thu ImlldlnKkas a llreproaf c liH'nt banmncut , coinpleto Bteamhentlnu tlxturo crater on all the Hours , lias , ole , Apply nt tha olll of The lloo. Ul ; 3 oMC KOUK 8TOHV IllllCK IIU1LD1NG 22 KKI wide. HUT Harney street. b7i "I FOIt IlKNT , A VIJIIY DESIIIAIILK 1IU1LD1N Jlrnltnble for a warehouse , with stablu In cone tlon. Tract ava tiunt and rear. Address K. Cdrmlchuol , euro of MeCord , llrady A Co. 211 3 KOll HUNT Til 1C LAUC1K KHONT HCO.M Kill ! lloor New York Life bullillnii. Tlls ) room Ih i peclally suitable for bank. UK purpoaea. Apply CoorRO.N. Hicks , nEont , .MiUl 21 WANTED- RENT ] -ONE KUUN'lSHEl ) ANI1TWH UNPUIINISHI rooms , with hoard for two , In teed ; lucutu near buslnosi center , Addrosi T HO. lleo. MOI8 2 _ K -WANTED TO LKAH1 ! KOll TEHM OF YEA lot well located for bnslneis , with mnll olll bullillnir and balance of lot nhoddcd. Addros 1 M Bt. , Lincoln , Neb. MGU 27 STORAGE. M HTOKAMK CHEAP , CLEAN , l-'arnam street , M HTOIIAOK-I HAVE LIII1IT , AlllY.01IOUI lloor nlorauo rootuiii huffttU's stored for 7Ao t month , ( ieo , W. Holbrook , 'Jol. I3'.1J , 1U2J Paitori block. 47 , . TO 1IIIY 8OMI5 8 PEH CBI aUrot uiortiiiieos. Heed & Bolby , 331 Hoard Tra 76 XT-WANI'KD AT ONCE A SPAN OK HOHS1 J > lOUUorlVoa 2h08 Loavenworth street. ! > 3 TVf 'ilOHTnAllES IlOUailT. K. 1) . WEAD , 1C' -l > uml lluuxlni. MIJOU 2 FOR S'ALEFURNITURE _ _ " 0KOU SALi ; . HOUSEHOLD GOODS OK "A kinds , BSIBS-oulhSUtli , 6V > ! FOR a LE--HORSES , WAGONS , E : 1KOK BALE. A JillAULV NI5VV 1K1U11 f printeipreni wiiaou. horso. lmrne i nuil but ; nl o a nearly noel of crenmerr tools , conilit of butter nnrkor , churn , llnwu scale , truck , el nil wlllbttiiohl at ngtiittacrliloa. . Addreii 0 , 'Inchuck , llcoonieo. or call utJJJI Mlauia itrc > iliorpcOOd can bo teen. Mo" Q-KolsALK CIIKAP. A 35 IIOUSK POW nutomittla onKonai also one U-hono power ' tight vngluo : both In couil repair. Inquire of Ft tier 1'rliitlntt Co. , I3U7 Howard troot , Omaha , Ne 71 Q-KOll BALW. ONE 36 II , I' . EXOINB. ON * b. i ) . , tab boiler , with pumii and hpatur , 4)0 ) t ihnftinir und sundry pulllos , touliuud uppllani K , /.ubtllklw , revolver Omtha HarboJ Vtucu i Null oonjpsny , Ulh au < l Nloholsi itrotit , MU7 ! Q-DIAMOND BTUD , 1 ICAUL'T , tOO. AUUUI T 11.1'eB. 4 - - HAND POWII11 KLKVA'I Q-SttCOKD-HAND . UK ) ] ! ' Q-THK BTANDAHI1 OATTLK CO. HAS C Uutly on baud baled bay. for itle on track Amei , Met ) . U6 -SHOW OA8E8. COUNTKUS. ElIKLVI uorst aud jdiaotOD , piano and houiebold no t hilt coitt owner remuvlug from city. > ' . V a , Uth aud Uougla * . MWJ : MISOELIiANEOtJS. iV-TliH URNT.'l.AllOK llALt. -IX mectltiBi or lectures. Applr at M . 678 J-t 11-TO WHOM IT MAY CONPEIlNi NDTlfK IS 1 vhfrrhy Elvcn thai Ed A. Keen , who was t n- vlcted of libel In the ill'lrlct court of Dounlaii county. Nebritska , at the I'cbninry , ] ( n , term Ihnrcnf , will on thoSnl ilay of .lanuary. 1891 , ap ply to the governor of this Mate for a pardon.for for JJ - | > HAVR YOUIl OLII CAUPBT WOVEN INTO 1 Vboantlful rug * . Address Omaha Carpet nnd lint factory , 1&2I Lcavonnorth street. MTO4 J ! CLAIRVOYANTS. " " " S-\ . . . . . Strance clairvoyant and lite reader ; tells your life from rradlntu eravo : can bo consulted on all nflalrsof life ; h the celebrated Egyptian breast pinto to tinlte the separtilad nnd cause mnrrlaga with one yon love , Coma ono , coma all nnd no con vinced of her remarkable powers. Omoo and rail- ilcnco (17 . llth st. , liours 9a.m. to Dp. m , Strict llfcehart and photn of your future wife or hus band sent through mall for t.VlW , clirut alone i'lM. All letters containing 4 ceoti In tlampi nrnmntly answered. -MI19. NANNIE V. WAllllEV , CliAtllVOVANT. reliable builnoii mcd'nni ' , lit tli year at 119 N in th. JS3 "MASSAGE , BATHS , " ETcT r1-M A DAME SMITH , 1321 O JL Itoom 3 , 3d lloor. Mnsiaco , alcohol siilnhnr and tea baths. M1U7 30 * 'P-MMIC. CAItSON. 11J1 DOl'OLAS STHEET , 31) JL floor , room 7. umsiane , alcohol , sulphur and sea bath ) . M510 29 * 'P-MMK. RTOWB , MAHNET1U HEALEIl , 205 .1 Douglas block. mClS-jl * cor. 15th nnd Ilnrney. llatney street entrance. Oil MONEY TO LOAN RE AI. ESTATE. -HEAiESTAnmNS , 0 TO 7 PEll no additional charges for commission or attor ney's fees. W. II. Melklo , Frit National llnnk t > ld , r MONEY TO LOAN AT UMVUST HATES. The O. V. Davis Co. , 1505 Farnam street. 791 - 1.0WK3T : HATKS. HU1SL1TV TUUST TOM W- , KO'J Kntnum itrcct MM5 \V ANTHONY LOAN ANOT I11I9T CO. . .113 N. Y. 'i Ufp , lends at low ratoa for cholco nccnrltyon Ncbraiknor loivafarms or Omnlmcltr iiropurty. 7 3 ' -CICNTIlAti LOAN ATllUSVCO. t\KK \ llIiDU. w \V-MO11TO AOB LOANS LESS THAN 1 P1UI vi cent Including nil charge * . Charleg W. llalncv , Omnha Nat. bank bide. 793 Tir MONEY TO LOAN. LAND TO SELL , ii houses to rent. GeorgeW P. Coatos. 1614 Knriinm. MfCiS \V-I.OAN8 ON CITY PUOPEHTY , 0 AND 7 PEIl vi cent. E. F. Hlnger , 1513 Karnam. J19.VI J3 * \V 1 ANI)2-Y1AII ! LOANS ON CITV AND FAHM vi mortgages. Hue'1 , , V Sclhy , 3H Hoard of Trade. \y MONEY TO LOrtN ON I.MPHOVED CITY ii property , low rate. A. C. Krott , Douglas blk. 7117 - IT.ll CENT MONEY NET TO UOHHOWEH3 W-7 on Omaha city property. No extra charges of nny kind. Why pay high rates ? Money Is cheap. You can got full bcnotlt of low rates from Globe Loan and Trust Co. , Kith and Dodge. 789 W OMAHA SAVINtlS HANK MAKES LOANS on real cst lie nt lowest market rates. Loam made In small or largo sums for short or long time. No commission Is charged and the loans are notsolil In the cast , but can always ha found nt the bank ou thu corner of 13th and Douglas streets. 7U4 TV" LOANS ON LMPIIOVIID AND IJMIMPHOVED I city propcrty.W.OOO and upwards , ! ' , to 7 percent. No delays. NY. Karnam Smith Jc Co. 16th nnd Hnrncy. 7UU \ yCK. . UAHHISON.812N. Y. LIKE. A. r l'lllVATE MONEY , 1STAND5D MOHTGAOE ' loans , low ratos. Alex Mnoro. lice bhljj. B31 \\f * v 1'AHTIES OWNISO ritOl'KHTY THAI ' * Is encumbered for all or part of Its vnluo wlsti to dispose of thulr Interest , KTO ! do crlptlon an Incumbranco and send their address to T 8 , Hot office. M < 54 \\r-MONBVTO LOAN I IIAVH AIIOUT $4,0X ( ' to loan on Improved Omaha property , prlvnti fiiiuls. * * i ono or were loans * Address T ] ( ! , llc < offlca. W5 MONEY TO LOAN-CHAT TE1LS. V UO YOU WANT MONBl TUB FIDELITY IX3AN QDAUANTEB CO. , UOOM 4 W1TILNKLL 1ILOC1C. SOUTH 15th COUNBIt HAItNBY 3T. WILL LOAN BUM \ LAItGB TBOM \ TEN WE MAKE LOANS ON FUltNITUItK , HOUSES CAIIIUAGIM , WAIIKIIOUSK llBOKIl > l < d OH 1'KH , BONALI'llOl'MllTY Ol' ' ANY KIND. _ / WILL / DO WELL / TO / /YOD / ONUS F1IIST / JTOa / I _ / _ / _ / / OUHTlCllMti WILLMUKF VOUll Al'l'UOVAL Yoncnn pay the money back at any time and t , any "mount you wish , and thus reduce the cost o carrying the loan In proportion tO amount you pay IP YOU owa n balance on your furulturu o other pononal property of any kind , wo will pay I oil for von and carry It an lone as you desire , YOU ( JAN IIAVH YOUIl MONEY IN ONE IIOU1 FIIOM THE TIME S'OU MAKE Al'I'LtCATlOlS No publicity or removal of property so tha you trot the use of both money and property. 199 CALL AT THE OITICE OF X .OMAHA MOllTOAGE LOAN CO. : : INCOHPOIIATED , IF YOU WANT MONKT. You can borrow ou HOUSEHOLD KUIINITUIIH AND PIANOS , HOUSES , WAGONS AND CAllllUGES , WA11BHOUSE HBCEIPTS , MEHCIIANOISB Oil ANY OTHKIl BKCUIUTY. We will lend you any amount from flO.UU to $1,1)00 ) OM THE DAY YOU ASIC KOll IT , without publicity or removal of property. Yon can pay the money back In any amounts you wish , and nt any time , nnd each payment BO made will reduce the cost of the loan. Ucmembor that you have the use of both the propotty mid thumonny , uud pay for It only as lonjf IIH yon keep U , There will be no expense or charge kept out of the nmount wanted , but you will receive the full amount of the loan , n lloforu borrowing elsewhere call nnd see us nnd yon will Unit It crcittly to your advantage. OMAHA MOHTGAGE LOAN CO. lloom 11. Croluhtnn block. 2d lloor. , 114 South 1Mb , unit to postoltlo. THE OLDEST. LAKUEST AND ONLY 1NCO11- POHATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA. Will remove on Jan. 1 , 18U3 to 308 S. llitb St. . flr lloor above the street. M175 \r-MONl.V : iO. CO , UO DAYS , CHEAP HATH J niil easy pavmonts. on furniture , pianoB , Mi stock , etc. , without delay nr publicity ; cash c hand. Dull Green , room > i. Harbor block. B04 X-WILL LOAN MONEY ON ANY KIND OK Bl curlty ; strictly confidential , A. E. Harris , roe 1. Continental block , i > 05 "V PH1TCHAIID,51 DOUGLAS 11LK. X--SIONEY LOANED CHEAP AT YOUIl OW time , Nebraska Loan Co. , 1310 Douglas st. B X MONEY LOANKD-ON CHATTEL. COLLA' oral or other personal property , at reaBOnnb rates , 1 to (1 ( months. < lalms bouuht. W. H. Dnv lloom 2i ) , Continental lllock. BUSINESS CHANCES. rr KOH SAM : ou EXCHANGE , A GOOD HUE -LnesHWlth the real estate In Omaha. Good re tons for aolllui ; . AdJrou 707 New York 1.11 Omaha. Neb. M815 D2V V" liuaiNKsa OPENINGS. NO CHAHGB J. buyers. Scud titamp for printed list. Van Pi ten of Omaha. 807 J14' ' -ywiLL PAY ALL CASH KOll STOCKS C J dry good ) , clothing , boots and shoes , grocerh .No commission. Alex , Moore , 401 Ueo bldt ; . Miao V KOK SALE OH HKNT. COLD 8TJHAC I plant. Address lock box No. 344 , Grand Islai Neb , J15W iSi V i < uui-KiiY STOCKrt YO11K COUNTY , 13 I linono county , KU > , Hurt county , ( HOu. Dlx county. S 1,1X0. Colfax couuty , I3,3u0. Van Pntl uf ( Jiuubft M533 ti V--ON A"CCOUNT OK HEMOVAL WILL HE 1 at ! ( of actual cost Iho following articles all t-ood order. TI. : Englno and boiler , A and u hoi imner. 1 lefrlk'erators , I Jumbo mill , 1 nlr blow 1 brass pump , 1 pair nkldi , I hand sawing miohli I > afo , liorsu und bUEt-'y. fnrnlluto uf H-room hou etc. omnha Comprested Ycait Co. , 35th and He lovnrd blreets ; box 770 , MM V-rOH SALE. NEWS , MUSIC AND STATIC Jrry business In town of 1,000. paying well , tin In 16V2 nearly (10,000.00. Poor health uf owner r son for telllne. Invoice ll.IUauo. liox tli , Ft bury. Neb. SU8I 2 V SIANUKACTUHIM ! 11US1NKS8 IN OMA1 : L HD.lKJOi grocery , $ .1,50) ) ; mot market ; men's I Dliblugt , I1.1) . W ad , ICtb and Douglas. . . . . . SELL Oil THADE. THE 11K8T . ranged restaurant , boit locality In Omaha. 31 cam lloo. ti7'2G ! -SALOON AND KlxrUHES KOll SALE. bargain If taken at once. Inquire 11. llcno I5JJ Dodge struct. MS'J4 2V FOR EKCHANOE. at t 7-180 ACUE3 Of CLKAU LAND IN ONE ' jtho best winter wheat districts lu Kansas to chance for 10 or S3 acre tract near Omaha c d. limits. Will pay cash difference If property 1) , good. Addrtui , gtvUif price and location , OW. 1 ottcui. ) . FOR EXCHANGE , foiiHinifil , ' /-I OWN IW ) KAUM-TiTTlNKTlUASKX. KANSAS / > / > nd Dakota. Will ( II ohnnp , or ntchanit for mcrohandlio , hortas nndeattlo. Addrom bet rranktori , 1ml. MM1 ' / - CLKAH OMAHA HKAL ESTATE KOll MOMK. , /-factual valuation. Money to loan. llox&l9Om\ha. HW f/-KOUlTV IN AN IMPnuVKIl 1TO ACHES OK /Jgooil Innd two miles west of Elm Creek , house , burnetc. , for ntoek of goods or cattle. L. Kollcy , Kim Creek , Neb. .v.l'0123 * r/-l IIAVH A KINK TOWN IA > T TO E.XCHANOE /Jfor n typewriter. 11011100 , Scotia , Nob. ' M X itO FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. 17011 SALE OH THADE , 3 HOOD 1.OT9 IN MT -L Pleasant addition within 3 blocks nf mnlor lino. Will take coed upright piano or will sell equity Inlets lots very cheap. Address nt once S L lloo olDce. IW ACIll' tCA S CO. . HJ PKIl AClti : . 1160 ncros Sarpy Co. , fllpcr acre , KJ acres S.irpy Co. , ( to per acre. 32ii ncres .Nance Co. , fill per acre. BOO Rctcs Nance Co. . IIO per acre. II'O ncres Vnlley Co.,110 per acre. 210 ncres Washington Co. , f i3 per acre. C. K. Harrison , SIU N. Y. i.lfo. CI923 170H 8ALI" ( HEAP. A WELL IMt'llOVi : ) ) KAUM X near Omaha ; Rood reasons for tolling. I ) . V. Hutchison. 109 N. 1Mb Bt , Omaha. 620-23 REAL ESTATE. IturKnlns onlr. My word Is good. W. ( I. Albright , Ml-Z-3 New Vorfc Life. MD 1.1011 BALK-AN lI.IlA\"r ! COTTAOE WITH -I all modern conveniences Just completed near HniiHcoin park. This Is < > n < - of thn handsomest places In Omaha nnd I can niakn n lonr tleure If sold at once. Ueu. N , Hicks , 803 N. Y. Llfo bldg.M011 M011 28 " \\rANTKH. 1-AUM NBAU OMAHA. ' Wanled , business property for farms. Wanted , 11,100 property for cash. Wanted , to buy f 1.000 property for money. Wanted , to buy lot for lWO. Wanted , horses nnd carrlnuo for house. Wanted , ncrragn for farm In Iowa. Wanted. JIWMXM business property. Wanted , to build house for purchaser. C. tHarrison. . Ill N. Y. Life. (19-28 LOST. T OST A A PAllt OK SPECTACLES. PLEASK o counting rontu. ! > M LOST Oil STOLEN-llllSH SETTEH DOO , leather collar with name llubbard scratched on It. Scar above right foot. Hoturn to HIS S , ' . ' 9th. or 101 S. 1Mb. M.VW-27 * LOST HALF JEIISEY cow KIIOM AltCIIlE Cordon , all ) South llth street. CIO 27' T 08T-A SHOPP1NO I1AO CONTAlMNd A -l-ipurso and papers , between JCth and Poppleton nvcniio to 10th nnd Douglas streets. VI ml or will please return to 1513 Douglas ; a Kood reward offered. .Moll 28 * I OST. HAY llnuxti COLT KIIOM 11W N. 1STII M'j iJrcturn nnd get reward. nil.20' LOST A LAltOE HED LKATHEH POCICEl'llOOK containing tlU. n fnrlonuh from boldlnrs Honip In Mulne and other pension papers In Iho name of Hllas W. t'obb. Under will ri'turn to 205 .North 17th St. , nnd bo suitably rewarded. HORSES WINTERED. HOUSES K1SD AND CAUED FOIt , Jt MONTH UP. O. ( i. Uana , P O. box 13J , South Omaha. 769 JS REM ING TON For Sale , Kent or Kxchnngc. tlieVorld. . MECEATH STATIONERY CO. , JtlOU I'liritnm Street , Ofiiiilin. IVob. THE SHORTEST LINE TO CHICAGO is via the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway , as repre sented on this map. Electric Lighted , Steam Heat ed Vestibuled Trains leave Omaha daily at 7:05 : p. m.ar , riving at Chicago at 9:30 : a. m. City Ticket Office , 1501 Far- nam St. , Omaha. F. A. NASH , Gen'l Agent. RR1LWRY TIME GKRD Loaves I CHICAGO I1UHLINUTON & Q. Arrlvoi Omaha Depot 10th and Mason Hla. Omaha 4.45 p m Chluak'O Vuittlbulo RMii m 9.60 a m * t'hlcaio Express 9.39 a m 12.40 n in .Clilcaxo Express 4.25 p m K.'M p m Chicago A Iowa Local C.OO p m Leaves lUUllLINHTON A. MO. U1VKII. | Arrlv Omaha | Depot IDtli and Mmon Sta. | Omaha Leaves K. C. &T , J. i C' . Ii. Arrives Omaha Depot 10th and Mason 8t . Omaha V.'M am . . . .Kaniai City IJay Express . . . ti.00 p in 9.4A p m K. C. Nlcht Exp. via U , P. Trans MO a H 9.4S p m . . . . . . .St. Louis Express 0.40 n m ( iolnit CHICAGO. It. 1. H PACIl-'IU Krom East. Union Depot 10th & Marcy St . East. 10.UU a m .Atlantic Express 0.20 p ra 4.40 p ra .Vustlbulu Exprass 1.10 p m 6.35 p m . . .Night Express B.M n m UoliiK I OillCAliO , u. I. \ PACIFIU. T From West. lUnlon Depot 10thand Marcy Sts.l West. 10.20 p ml Denver Limited : ) 8.M o iu.ICanBas | C'lty ( Except tiiinilnyl. . I T.U.'i pin Leaves 1 DNIoSTTACTPlT ; : 1 Arrives Omaha lUnlon Depot IQlh and .Marcy St . | Omaha Hentrlco Exprcei , . tun p m . .Denver Express. . 4.UJ p Ul . . .Overland Flyer. 7.UO p m h Kxoxriun ( ) 12.w : p ni Pad Mo Express. 10.40 u m . . . . . . Denver Kust Mall..j..j _ . _ jonriM I CHICAGO , .MIL..sTttTTI' AllL. | Arrive Omahn [ U. I * , depot anil Mnrey . ' 'ts. Omaha 7.U. ) piuj Chicago Express I'J.tlj n in Il.tO um | . Chleauo Kxjress J5.50 pin LoavftB I HIOUXC1TV , V lArrlvoi Omahal Depot. 10th and Mnrcy Sm. I Omaha 7.-W it ml..Sioux City PiusoiiKer | IU.-"J p m 5.35 pm | St. Paul Express. Illl.lrJ a in Leaves I H1OIIX t'lTY A PACIKIUT I Arrives. Omaha I Depot , liith and \Vebstor Sts. Omaha ; 5.45 pm | at Paul Limited | i.2j am Leaves I OMAHA A ST. LOIJln" . [ Arrives OnialiuU. | P , Depot , 10th and Maroy Bts. | Omaha TOO pinj St. Loula Cannon Hall 7flif5s" m Leaves I L' . , Bt. P. . M. \ O I Arrives Omaha Depot 16th und Webttor Sis. I Omaha B.1U ami. Sioux rlty AcuomnioUatlon . v > U" > p m 1.15 p nilbloux City l'xpra : > ( Ex , Sunday ) I'.MJ p m S.4.Spm | ! ? t Paul .mlted . . . . . . . .1.2" a m 5.16 p iiilllancroft Pas eni < erEx. ( Siind'y ) 8.15 p m Leaves I t' , K. A MO. VALLEY | Arrlvei Hinnhal Depot ISlh and Webster Sts. Omaha Leaves ICIIICAGO A NOUTII WES I'KUNI A'rrlves" OinuhuU. | P. depot. 10th ami Maroy tils.I Omaha " " ' Leaves I OMAHA * bT. LOUIS , i A'rrlves TransferUnion ) Depot. Council Hluns. | Tran ler 4.41) pui | . . . . .M l iuls Coiioii i-nll , . " . HT .Ts p m lZuvTs i " ( 'HIUAtK ) , II. I. i PACIFIC. Arrives Tian nirUnionJieput. [ Council lUufl L Transfer C.5S p ni . .NlKht Express . . . . 8.3U a m 10.20 a u .Atlantic Express. . . . 6.55 p m 4.55 pm .Vestibule Limited. . . . I2.0 p in Leaves K. C. , ST. JOE & ( ! , II. lArrlvui 'transfer Union Depot. Council Illults. l'1'rttnsfd . . .KaunasCity Day Express. . . .1 6.25 pm . ( Kuusns City Night Express , , . 0.20 a m . . .H. Louis Express. . U.iM a m UIIUAUO , lIUltL'.N 4.QU1NCY. ( Inlon Depot , Council Ultilts. .chlcaeo Express. . . . 5.10 p m . .Chlcnxo Express y.Vi u m . . .Crcbton Local 10.40 a m Leaves' I SIOUX ( JITV * PAtfuil ) . A rrlves Trunsferl Union Depot. Cuuucll Ulufls. _ I Trumfcr " " 7.45"TmT , , City Accommo"datlonlD.OU | pm l. . . . . . ! - ! PaulKij ie . , . . . | i.40 ) am Leaves CHICAGO Ii NOIITHWESTEUN Arrives rauifer Union depot , Council llluiis Transfer ll.su a m . . . . . . . Chicago Kipress. . . . . . . . p in > M pm Vettlbulv l.luiltvd V.OO a m 7.3Q pm . . .c Kattorn Flyer 1.30 p ui 7.W as ( Kx F n ) Atlantic .Mall ( Kx Moa ) B.45 a in T.45 a ml ( Exbuu ) Curroll I'M * . 9.30 p ia "WORTH A OOINjQAia. DOK. " 1 * / x'l 'N S vyS N/S- \f > jCVVV % 1 \/N/N i . 5 Dyaperula is weallnff the foWs from many I ! | ladf : ' cheeks , and making rainy men i , L face * KlAn h. i trill nrrrtl the t-rttenl , ] J nnil i-eitnrci hcnltbi7 . _ vigor itml cnlnri tiy 'twill ' CHI-B Nick IlenUnche , acting Ilk * n r/irtrm on thn fllnmnch , l.lvcr nnd * KlilnvtPrlco SJ5 cents a bot. 7 Coured Mllli n TaJtf If sn anil PnluliU Coatlnj , New York Depot. 165 Canal St Fresh Air and Exercise. Gctnlttliat's possible of both , if in need of flesh strength and nerve force. There's nccdtoo , of plenty of fat-food. Seoft's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil builds up flesh and strength quicker than any other preparation known to sci ence. Scotfs Emulsion is constantly ef fecting Cure of Consumption , J3ronchitis and kindred diseases where other methods FAIL. Prppurpil hy Scott A nonno , N , Y. All druggists. SICK TO-DAY ? You inny lie IV o roe To-morrow. Consult nt once the famous DBSBETTS _ & BETTS Tlio nlilii. tuluiituil , anccii4liiluiiil | ili3Norvcil- ly poiiulniriiy.HlcliinR : inil SurBooiis ho liitvarlclily won tholr title ng thn Kliics of SPECIALISTS Uniformly succcsarnl In tliu. troatuii-nt i nil euro of i > JDisea ses , Chronic Pisea.55es , Private Diseases Of uvory nnmo and nature' 'of ' every form pliaao und dogroe. " " Twentyovcn yonrs of corinnnt Draotlco : 27 voara of valuable and vnrlod cxporlonco ; 27 years of careful nnd laoorlons research Intc tlio hidden inystorlos of dlsonaoi and tholi euro ; S7yoarsof uniform , Dhcnoincnalsucccss and these Rifted SPECIALISTS find tliomsolves nt tlio hoarl of their profes sion In America , unrivaled la all these elements ments which conipul succcsi. Lot nil the r > llllctol : tnlco heart and bo com forted , for the mnnns of n perfect , specrty nn ( permnnont euro nro within their ronoh. The testimony of thousands of others when these talented men have cured furnishes tin most convincing proof of their ublllly. SEND 4 CKNTS r'r . , ilIUHtrntcil book o i I''reo. ' Call upon , oriutdrns * with Htainp , 119 South 14th Street , COnNER OF DOUGLAS ST. . OMAHA , - - NEB. The 1892 Model of the is the best for it ia the simplest therefore most durable , easiest to operate therefore most"rapid and is im itated by the printer for its clearness of work ; therefore while the best it is the cheapest as it "will make and save you more money. An examination will be afforded with out . .expense , WYCKOFF SEAMANS & .BENEDICT . , ' 1,75 Monroi ( S 'OHIO ' A GO. "Improvement is th < order of the We never expected , In our most sanguine m menu , such an lucruaio In our s ilos at corainonci on tha 1st of September. Tlio Smith Premier Tyi Writer 1 > havliiK enormoui saltti wlilrli uro wli and far.reachliu. Thasa ure the reports we a receiving from our miinv branch ottlce Send for u iloseripllvo uatalo uo. Smith Premier Type writer Co. , I7in and Painam Sts. , Omatii , Ne1) ) . E. H. MAYHEW Managor. WERE COOL AS CUCUMBERS How Grant awl Thomas Bore Tliomaolvcs During the Missionary Rltlgo Affair. NO OUTV/ARD. / SIGN OT AGITATION SEEN Calmly Chewing IIU OlRnr the Silent Mnn AVntrhril thn Progrr * * of the StriiR * Bio Ulil "I'miV Inii | rliirlin * lile Sniipr I'roltl , A writer in the Washington Post skotchoa the bearing of Grnnt nud Thoinns during1 the memorable baltlo of Missionary Klilgo : lloadora of Grant's nuimolrs , where ho duscribos the dark purlotl after the battle of Chickamaujja , will roraoinbor the porll under which the Union forces rested at Chattanooga for weeks preceding1 the battle ot Mis sionary Kiilgo , with hardly food enough to sustain the inon , when not loss than 10COO animals died of starvation , nnd when tlioo that did not die wore so ro- duecd that they wore utmblo to trans- uort ambulances taking : the sick and wounded to the hospitals. The ponoi-al spoke in moderation , It would huvo boon Impossible to overdraw the pie- turo of this terrible reality. It was under such eireumstaneoa that the battle of Missionary Ulclgo was planned and arrangements wore perfected for fight- Inn it. Early In the morning of the eventful day , Grant and Thomas , with their re spective stall olllcors , rode to the since histurlo spot known as "Orchard Knot" a Blight elevation from which nearly the entire Hold of operation could bo overlooked , directly facing which was Missionary Rulgo , on which swarmed Brinrp's army in superior force. It need not bo said that neither Grant nor Thomas had had much rest the preceding - ceding night ; indeed both wore worn and serious. The battle which , as Grant saya In Ilia memoirs , was to decide which way the great pendulum of Vho war of the rebellion would swing on the mor row , was about to begin. There was a wait of hours for the signal to assault the Uldgo. Meanwhile Shcrinun was heavily engaged on the loll , though by no moans decisively. Grant though't there was doubt enough in that quarter to send Sherman considerable reinforce ments , which Sherman sent b.ick , say ing ho would "do his work alone. " During the hours of waiting before the six gun signal from "Orchard Knot" for the assault to begin. Grant and Thomas wore a study , especially Grant. Ho was still lame from a recent fall at Now Orleans. During the whole day thcso two men Grant and Thomas showed that they roali/od the vast im portance of the situation and their own responsibility as actors in what was the most critical moment of the war. They conversed together in low tones , and with eye and ear were watchful of ovor.v indication. It was a sight to see those two generals pausing occasionally , standing erect , and eager to detect tiny sound of Uookcr's guns , which would loll them whether or not ho was where he was expected to bo. But no souni came. The firing from the batteries was a ! times heavy on both sides , and the "Knot" did not escape the attention o the enemy. As the moment for tin signal drew uigli , Grant gtvvo ovidonci that ho felt more and inoro doenly tin importance of the occasion. Glancinf along the face of , the ridge , to whore Sherman was hard at work , ho wnult say a few words to Thomas , and thei cast the eye beyond. IIo seemed to re lloct that if the assault should fail ant the day go against himthoro lay boyont the Tennesso river almost at his feet and over the mountain range beyond the only route of retreat and practical ly an impossible one. Defeat or partial victory "meant tin loss of the army in one way or another with the men already half famished am the animals dying , as they had boon fo weeks , of absolute starvation. It wouli be impossible to paint the consequence of less than a complete victory eve Brngf ! the dispersion if not the capture turo of his whole army , which for day and days had been waiting to do wha Bragg felt sure ho would do eaptur Grant's army or virtually anniliilato it This ho promised Presid'ont Davis , am ho only waited for Grant to bo in a sit uation to make the work easiest am the result complete. Such were the circumstances undo THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. My doclor Bays It neta Bcnlly on the stomach , liver and kldnpvs.nnd Ii a pleasant laxative. Tills drink Is undo from herbs , and la prepared for use ns easily na tea. It is called LAME'S BHEDIGIHE A11 druggists neil It nt Me. and f 111 package. 1 f you cannot KPt It , Bi > nd yournddrosi for a free sample. Iiine' * I'mnlly Mrillrlnn IIIUVCH Ilio Ixmcln nirh tliiy. Ill order tn be healthy this Ii necessary. Address UUATOU1' . WOOD WA III ) , Li : Ito v. W.y ! ARE Vo iTsTTFFER OK FROM Femato Weakness , Catarrh or Rheumatism , Chronic , . Nervous nr Private /hY / /n Diseases , Jl < faO , CAL.U ON Dr. Searles & Searle R. F. L. SEARLES , Consulting Vhyi cluu , Oraduatbof Kmli Moillcal College , Consultation Free. Kor Iho Treatment of Chronic , Private and Nervous Diseas SIAI.H A.VU KKMALK. ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASE ORGANIC WEAKNESS AND 1)1 EASES OP NO \TTER HO' LONG STANDING OR HOW OFTE PRONOUNCED INCURABLE , NEBVOUS DSBII.IT : 1'Il.KS , riSTOLA , KlSSOItn , pernmnontly cur without , the HBO of knlfo , ligature or cauillc. All muladloi of n prlritto or dcllcatu nuturo , cither next posltlveljr cured. Call on or nddret * , with ttamp fur Clrculvri , t't Hook and Itcclpet , nr 'Jpnri' ' ' " ! X lonrlpi 1IB south mu.Birc Ul , OUul. 0 Q uUUIIudi uniiiii. . NeUUuur to I'oituiiico. which Omnt , Thonvi * . niul tlio whole nrmyviltcd for the signal. Grunt moved about nervously , seemingly for- gotUtip l > lsliunoiius ! < . During the outlro day ho had ehe vud not smoked the Inovltablo cigar , porhapti many. The jjroat muscles of the neolt and jaws worked spasmodically anil at times were swollen under Intense feeling. Grant's jaw , imtu.mlly n prominent toature , It is probable , was no.'er so ] ) romlnonlbefore. His every faculty was alert and Intensi fied. Thomas stroked his long board as ho drew his huge frame up ' .o its full height , as If to catch the sound of Hooker's guns , as ho turned , as did also Grant , toward that quortor , but there was no bound. The moment had como , for the sequel and six guns were llrod in rapid succession by the unitary stationed on the "Knot. " As If operated by fixed machinery , the troops which had been lying in wultoi the broken plain , partly hidden by the growth of small trees , moved out , driv ing1 the rebel picket line bofoi'o thorn. So Impetuous was tnolr advance that the order before trlvoti to halt at the rebel picket line abd rille tilts was dis regarded , and the column swept on , and began to ascend the mountain , which was so stoop that in many places a di rect ascent. WIXB imposslblo. Seolu ? llioro was no halt , Thoinns turned to Grant saying , "General , the boys don't stop. They go on1 ! To which Grant quickly replied , "Lot them go. They can't stop now"andon-thoy wont. Nothing escaped the eyes of Grant and Thomas , who stood near louottior , speak ing only occasionally , their manner be ing indicative of intense interest. A lifetime , it might almost bo said , con- con tratod into the moments during which these scones , nlmo.st unequnlod in warfare - faro , were being enacted. All eyes on the ' 'Knot" were fixed on the ascending columns. The "cannonading was deaf ening , and altogether , It ia believed , not during the war was there anything comparable to it. The holirht was gained , the cro t was taken. On thn plains beyond the enemy wan lleoing. All this could ho s on from the "Knot. " Grant gave the word "Mount ! The order was quickly obeyed and half a hundred horsemen were fal lowing Grant and Thomas , the soeno of a complete victory. What of Grant's manner now ? What of Thomas' ? That both generals were relieved as it seldom Irinpons to human being * to be , there can bo no doubt. Outwardly at least neither was the leiHt : excited. Grant chewed a irosh cigar and Thomas stroked his board. That night , long past midnight , Grant might have boon soon alone sit ting on a camp chair outside his quar ters at OhntttinoDga quietly smoking a clirar with no other fooling , HO far as outward appearancesthan that of quaint satisfaction over the stupendous ovonta of the day. An Oiixls In a Dt-Mcrt. "It's nn old story , but it is a.good ono , " said Captain Johnson to the Globe-Democrat man. "I uaed to hoar it often in St. Louis. Never hoard itV Well , that's funny. General FranU Blair shortly after the war wont out on the plains with a prospecting party , I believe , under command of some army otlicors. I think Phil Sheridan and General McCoolc were of the crowd , Their march took them through a part of the great , alkali district , which was not a very pleasant experience. Onu evening on going into camp there wna a startling discovery to the ofToct that the whisky had given out. The goner.il thirst had been great during' the two or three days in tlio dry district The judgment of the sutler had been at fault. Not a drop left. The situation was seri ous. A council of war was called. It was decided to scour the country far ami wide for something-to drink. The sut ler wont out three or four scouts to bring in whatever could be found. Late in the evening ono ' of them came bacli with a hfilf dozen of 'Red Jacket IJIt- tors , " which ho had seized nt a ranch. The arrival excited great interest. The party gathered around at the music ol the corkscrew , but there was some tim idity about who should do the sampling , They" were not familiar with the brand , it didn't smell quite right. Finallj General Blair volunteered and put tin bottle to his lips. Ho took a long- pull , It was bitingand pleasant to his parchoi throat , but as ho withdrew the bottle and his palate gave him the full taSte o the fluid , his face was contorted by t dreadful grimace. Ho looUod nlowli around from one to the other of tin boys , the grimace molting' graduallj away to a broad smile as lufnotlccd tin eager pazo of Ins companions , and siid : 'Tough , boys , but it boats notliin all ti Ofiit'i-iil SlihildK In Clay , The model lor the statue of tbo hit General James Shields , the hero o many battles in both the Mexican am civil wars , is on exhibition in thu studii of Leonard W. Polk , the Bcuijjcor , ii Chicago. The liguro is a littloovor seven foot ii height and represents the general attiul : ing upright attired in the uniform of hi rank as brigadier general in the Mexican can war , the head being uncovered The right foot is slightly advanced an the loft hand supports the sword seal bard , while the right rests lightly be netith the folds of the sash. The statu will bo cast for private individuals ani the final disposition of it has not bee dimidcd upon. General Shields was born in thtfcount of Tyrone , . Ireland , in 1810 , and in 182 emigrated to this country. Ho studio law in Now York City , and in 18li Bottled at Springfield , III. His gallan behavior at Corro Gordo and his groii services atChurnbusco and Chopultom.1 made him famous. He was ticvcrcl wounded several times. During tli civil war lie ( still hold his rank of brign dior. At the outbreak of the Moxlcu war ho was residing at Washington commissioner of the general land ollle' and ho Immediately repaired tolllinoii bringing with him the president promise of a brigadier generalship. I ] also fiat in the senate , ropresontin Illinois , Missouri and Minnesota. Tli N ljnihliik Drpurt mcnt. Tlio numerous ox-soldlor friends of / H. Church in this part of the atnti Bays the North ljlatlo Tribune , are urj ing his candidacy for the position i department commander for Nebraska i the Grand Army of the Republic. Tli IB in the line ol promotion tu > ho is tl present senior vice commander of tl organization , and if long sorvie thorough devotion and foulty to tl order count for anything ho will 1 elected without opposition. The Ti- buno is pleased to add Its commendnlic to the gontlomun'fl candidacy and trus that it may provo a witminu' ciinipafgi Wo learn that posts all over the eta are endorsing the judge for the posltio Aclmlnil 1'iii-riiKiil'H Many ciraunstanccs coinbiuu tn mat FiiiT'itJui''H oiufuyoniontH notoworlh , Buys the Army and Navy Juunml. A tlipeo were bullion of ships ntrainst for and under the mostombimissing mini ] lions of narrow channot und udvon current , heightened nt length \ > y tl first ofl'ootlvo employment ( if torpedo in war. They marked the tormlnntk of tlio oru of wooden walla , oust-in jjtins , und binootli borua. The iitUo Ire cluda did nol Jiavo the on tire ttpprov of the tulinlrnl. It wns hardly to ba o peutod that ho should huvo rcHpooti such noniU'borijits as the monitor * vo highly , nnd ho fought his buttlos frt the old standpoint o' strong otlon rather than of s\fo : ilofonso. Ho wns the last nf the old ci'hool coinmrfndors to tight an old style battle , nnd n long line otgallant captains wns worthily closed in him , No projudtcoa mnrUod hie notion. Ho took hl modern ships pant the 'jatlorlos below Now Orleans iind Port Hudson because ho Ind settled in hla own mind that under oxlsttotf old conditions ships had a good ohnnco against forts , but ho vnlteil months before - fore attaching Mobile In order to lot the Ironclads arrive. A Cniilnrril Strnril Itrlurnril. Captain H. C. Wood of the Sovonty- slxth United Slates Infantry , at Nash ville , Tenn. , received an Interesting letter from Phil Alexander , who cap tured Wood's sword when the captain was taken prisoner in the Virginia cam paign thirty years ago. Mr. Alexander writes tltut ho had intended keeping U as a war trophy , but "us tlio Into oloc tlon proves convincingly that there Is no north , south , east and west , and that wo were brought of one common coun try , I have concluded to return the sword to Us proper owner " Ciiliirrli In thu lliMit Ts wuloubtddly n dlsonsoot Iho blood , and ns such only a ivlinblo blood purifier can effect n perfect euro , llond's S.irsaparllla Is the best blond piU'lllor and It has otnvd nmny very sovoiv cases tit catarrh. It ( jives an ap petite and builds up thu whole system. Hood's pills net especially upon the liver , rousltijr. It from torpidity to Us natural duties , cure constipation and assist diges tion. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CONDUITS. \V. K. Irlftlt of Clrvi'luml OliilniH t Have n DpvlcnTlmt Is Priicllnilljrvrfrot. . While objections to overhead wires for electric street rail ways are numerous and to bo met with everywhere , it Is generally believed that a good conduit t ystem would glvo perfect security to the public , roinovo an unsightly struct ure from the streets and do away with the Hashing which so torrl- lies homes. The dread which most people experience on an electric trolley car lost Iho wire should break would , with n conduit sys tem COMBO to exist , and by such a system Iho public would not only bo made secure against accidents but other ob jections would bo removed and confi- lonco , economy and comfort would result , it is claimed by W. E. Irish of Cleveland , O. Mr. Irish has invented tfli electric conduit for railways which bo declares is an entire success. In this system the conductor is hold rigidly within an Insulating , clastic , wator-tight tube about ono inch in dianiolor , such ns a rubber garden hose. The trolley travels with nn elastic pressure along a sectional rail , which is screwed through the wall of the rubber to another sectional rail within the tube. These interlorsections are normally held half an inch away from the supply conductor by their wolght and by the elasticity of the rub ber , but the trolley overcomes the re sistance and as it passes it raises a sec tional pair until the interior sectional piece is forced in contact with the sup ply wit'O. when the current will pass frora said wire through ono or inoro sec tional rails to the trolly and thence to the motor. This rubber tube con taining the trolley wins and sectional conductors is secured in a recess made in the under side of the cover of a cast- iron conduit which is placed midway between the rails , the lid or cover being Hush with the surface of the road. A slot extends from end to end of this cover , similar tn Iho slot in the cnblo conduits , alomz which the trolley passes. The trolley is in charge of the motorman - man , who can Dy a simple pressure of the foot , in ciiso of emergency , throw the trolley olT , thereby cutting off the supply of onurg.v and more readily stop ping the car. The conduit on the sur face of the road measure * about seven inches across and it is about twelve inches deep on the inside. . ; . Ts'.ot from n I''ln.im'iul Stuulmt : | t , "I ilo not recommend Clrimbcrliiia's Uotigli Ueincdy from a ibuinilal standpoint , for we have others in stock on wlilvk wo make a larpor prolit , " s'lys Al Maggiiii , a p.wmineiit driiKKist of liniililoolc , Pa. , "but because ninny at our customers burn spokou of it in tilt- highest pr.iUo. Wo sell more of it tlinn any similar pivparnttoa wo huvo In tlio store. " For halo by druggists. THE BLUFF THAT FAILED. An 1'plHOilo In .IiilrslMirur HlHlory Kuliitcd by .M. Oiii : < l. There were fifteen or twenty of us ia tlio little passenger depot at Julosburg waiting for the westbound train , which was duo nt 9-15 : p. in. I sat near the open door , and about a quarter of an hour before train time a man who hud boon walKing up and down outside for half an hour beckoned mo out. Ho was ti rough looking I'hup , about 45 years old , and ho wore two guns in plain sight , "Seo hynr , stranger , " ho began , "I want to ( ro to Shy Ann ( Cheyenne ) mighty bad. " "Well , the train will bo along di rectly. " "I guess she will , but I hain't got no rhino to travel on , What sort of u feller ib the ticket ngont In tlmr ? " "lie's a small man , with a voice like a woman , and doesn't scorn to bo in good health. " " .Small man and looks pale , oh ? " "Vos. " "Got a soft voice and white handslias ho ? " "Yes. " "Would you Bay that the Bight of a couple of guns pushed into the winder would fkoor a ticket to Shy Ann outer him ? " " 'Ihoy might. Yes , I believe ho would knuckle right down. " "So do I , Stranger , I'm ' much abloeged , and if over I kin do you a good turn 1 shan't forgot you. " Ho entered the waiting room with a revolver in either hand , marched to the ticket window , rostcd thu imiy.xlcs of Die weapons oir thu little shelf and cried out in an awful voice : "Ono ticUut to Shy Ann , and don't bo ten secondn hnndin' it ovot 1" The agent lurr.cd and saw the guns nnd the man , Then he opened the door , and stopped out nnd looked the bluffer up nnd down and across. It was 12 or 15 bccnndti before ho quietly said : "How much do you want a weolc to travel with a side hhowtl : ? " Thou ho rolurnod to his ofUco and began writing , nnd , after standing ill the window for half a minulo with a very foolish look un Ills face , the bluffer put up hirf guns and walked out of the door. "IIo in small and pulo and soft spoken and white handed , but ho can't bo blulled , " T said as ho reached mo. " what ' heart "And tears my paljiitatln' out by the quivering roots and rousts U on a blnx.ing flro Is the fuel that ho ulbu Haps ! " hoarrioly whispered the man. "It's linl enough to bo stood oft by a cliii ] ) who wouldn't muko half a dinner fur u kyotc , but when you put a lisp on ton o' that what in blu/.ua IB this h.var Wobtorn kontry a-comin1 to ! Dnrn Shy Ann ! Durn the railroad ! Durn civil ization ! Wolcum a ( , 'lorloiw do-ilh by runnin * ugin * a griz/.ly b'ar just when he'sdyln' fur moat ? " , . . . . . . i Noiiutllilni ; ( jniiil. 1 liavo sold and used la tny family for rev oral years ( Chamberlain's , ( ! ollu , Choluru. and iM'.irrhiDfi remedy , and liavo found it one of the most useful and HAtisifactory- - odlos 1 over handled. C. H. Lewis , druggist , Salt Lake City ,