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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEs TUESDAY , FEBRUARY 6 , 189k
SPEGIRL NOTICES. FOR TltESH COLUMNS ADVKHT1SEMKNTH 13)30 ) p. in. for the rvcnlnir nnd until b3p. ; ( in , for the inomlnr and Sunday ( OltlOIIH. Adrr Minors , by itvuiMtlnir n numbered cncctt , run havn tliolrnnMvrrn nddreftivrt to n numbrrod p m li'tlrrlncnreof Tiir Ilur. Answers no addressed l\ will bo delivered upon prcMntAtlon of tlio check. SITUATIONS WANTED. B. IWc n word first Imtciilon , Sl.fiO n line per I'HAIlMArnST WANTS SITU- nfon liy tlio 20th. K * K. In Iowa and Nebraska * II yp.iM oxiwrlrtici * . ( iooa city rofercncoH. AU- ilrun M. lllnlr. 2001 N street , South Om.lhn Nob. MH4.J 7 * WANTKonY M I DBMS AOKD LADY , SITU- ntlon an hoimi'Uropor , mit o for chllil or In valid. Address ( MO , lieu. MOO ! ) 7 * WANTED MALE HELP. ItatcH.l Hen word flrtUlnnofBlon.lo a wonl there- niter. Nothing taken for less than 3fic. SOLICITORS. TKAMS FURNISHED ; IN- E Htallmeut goodn. American Wrlnecr Co. , HIOO llowanl MI. ! " _ "I ) AHENTS , SALARY Oil COMMISSION. THK Jjfireali'Ht Invenllon of the iws. Thn New I'aletit rhemlcal Ink KrnhlHff Pencil. Sells , on sight. Workft llko nmitle. Auenl are inaklnsr f'J.i.UU to ffl.n.OUiHM-vrrck. For further particulars wrll-j IhoMotiroo Eraser Mf. . Co. , X 30 , La Crossc. Un. -A RKSl'ONSIHLE INSTITUTION USING A B new plnu of InvntUnicnl for monthly avliiRH , which In nntmiinlly prolltablo ami iibsoliilHy unto. di'Bln-H a local n < teney In ovnry clly. HoiiitiRt beef of experlencn and Htaiidlnsr , ami capablti of orcan- I/hut a Held force under him : llio bent talent only IH requlri-d and paid for. Rcferenci-H , nnil detail * ! ( if nxiMTlrnrn tniiHt bn submitted. Thn SavhitfH Hoelety , Kuultablo bultdlni ? , Deliver , Colo. WANTKD. SALESMEN ON TUB ROAD TO Hell adverllBlni ; cards and calendars on com- intxHlon direct from thn innniifactnrcr. Can inako f.Vl.oo per week. Adv'fe Specialty Co. , Ilutlalo , WANTED , AOKNTS TO TAKI ! ORDKRS I1Y sample ; wo will pay KXPCIIHI'H and H.tlary or al low llbonil commlBBlon. riampleH sent on nnpll- callon. AddreflH Lock Ilex Ian , New York Oily. WANTEP-FEMALE HELP , .IWcawonlllrBthiHi-rtloii , Ion wor ttliero- n ( lei- . NollihiK tnUi-n for lusn than ' . ' . 'o. / > WANTKD KXI'MUIKNOIH ) SHI11T AND V 'pant ' hnmlH at the Kllpatrlek-Koch lliiekHkln laelory. East Omaha. 7il.O" ! . " -LADIKS AND OKNTI.KMKN , AVH WILL PAY you $ ( , . ( ) ( ) to f 1R.UO per week to do Htrlctly homework work foriiHiiiocnnvitBHlniraml prompt payineiit , Send Holf-nildroBMil envelope to Liberty Supply company , llOBtoii Mii 8. H" 1 B * * fWANTKD \ , LADY FOR OKNEUAL-OFFICK v-'work , stale salary expected. Addreiis II (17. ( Ileo fWANTKD IMMEDIATELY , A COOD COOK vyniiil launilers In family of two. Apply No. 'J Wort I ilngton I'lnco. near .South 10th Bt. IW7 0 * 7 ( WANTKD , A OIIIL FOR SMALL FAMILY ; v uiiiHt bn a Kood cook ; inimt have references. Call at UOU5 Harney Bt. , near 1 ! llh Bt/ DM t 0 f\ \ LADY SOLICITORS WANTKD. THK ONLY V ' Kiiup of thn age ! nothlnjf like H hi the world ; < > lli-i'aiit prolltn. Inqulro Mff. , room -1(5. ( Stale hotel , llth and Douirlas. 1)11C * - , A OIRL FOR GnNERAL HOUSK- O work. 17H llowanl Btreet. JI041 ! " /"t WANTED. DRIOIIT. INTELLIGENT LADY , \ /'inlddlc-aKed ' , IIH assistant In business. Address It fi , Doe. Council lllulTs. Ml. ( > 7 ( i * _ rOB BENT HOUSES. Rates , lOo it linn each Insertion , * ! . " > ( ) a line per inonlh. Nolhlng taken for less than ' .Mo. " ioosKs i , ha O. F. Davis company , 1003 F.trnam. 007 T\--ROOM ( ! COTTAGE , MODERN , CHOICE IN .i'Stanford circle. O. S. ElsntUr , l01 ! Iloo bids. _ U03 D -HOUSES , F. K. DARLING , 1IARKER 11LOCK. ItU'.l D-NEW MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE.ai & MASON 247 GOOD SEVEN-ROOM HOUSES AND . ' 'OIKS live-room lionxo. near business center , at rin.ni ) . if'JO.OO and JiiB.OO. J. D. Zlttle , Drown Mock , lUth and Douglas streets. JI tin I-V-MODEUN o u. n. , 100:1 : N.js ST. , with stable. IJ _ 24 fll FLAT AT 10TH AND JONES ; 7 rooms ; ranco and nil other conveniences ; no lictlor ilnt In tho. city ; $ : in.)0. ) OeorsoClouser , loi'in ' 2 , l'attcrBonblock ; , 1023 Fariiam. MLIG'J . -FDRNISHED HOUSE , 8 ROOMS. 2000 CAlT- foniin. , . M187 12 * AGENCY , fi07'IlUOWN BLOCK. J J _ MS 13 _ TFOU RENT , 0-KOOM HOUSE , 1807 IZARD -/fllMi't. . \ \ -DESIRAI1LE HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF -lA-lty , cheap. J. II. Parrotte , Douelas block. M502 f20 7-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE , EAST FRONT , * 22.60. Fidelity Trust Company , 1702 Fartiam. D - RKNT , 0-ROOM HOUSH ; INQUIRE IIJIB Dorcas Bt 800 7 ' D-FOR RENT.NEW SEVEN ROOM COTTAGE with all modern coiivlences , location 1420 S 2lth ! street on paved street , electric cars pass the iloor. For further Information call on G. N. Clay ton , Wabash ofllce , 100' ' . Farnam Btreet. 821 8 D -FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. 810 SOUTH 213 street. _ MH : 1 14 IV7ltOOM HOUSE AND A R-IIOOM COTTAGE , J-'corncr Pratt nnd Twenty-llrst streets ; bath , hot nnd cold wntcr ; Inrco yard with shade trees ; near motor : barn , If desired. W. G. Prltchard , II70- North aVenty-tlrst or 1014 Douglas st. _ _ _ M ! j3 0 V-A PRIVATE FAMILY CAN HAVE AN A-lecant resldenro down town In axchamro for thu usn of ono or two furnished rooms In the name . C8 , lleoontcn. MUOd 10 -FOR RENT. MODERN HOUSE , 007 PARK 'IIVP. limit f rco to March 1. mo -7 ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN IMPROVR- ineiitB,3013Loavenworth. i MO 13 8 * D - ROOM FLAT ; STEAM HEAT. 702 NORTH Illth. Enquire Engineer. 1131-11 * ItENT PUBNISHED HOUSES. D.WELL FURNISHED 10ROOM. . HOUSE ON upper Kt , Mary'H avoniio ( with barn , horsca miU earriaces If dcHhwl ) to small family , Rnfer- i-iiees ntiuln.il and given. Going away. Addresa (1 13. Ileo. _ lii : ( ) 7 * TOR RENT FURNISHED BOOMS , Rules. Uvo n woitl llrst Inscrnon.lc a wont thoro- nfler. Notliluir taken for less than 2flc. ' - FOR t E Nr D ESI it A n LE FURNISHED Inqnlro 1U1U 1'aduo. M2UU Ij'- DOLAN IIOHSK , 3ll NORTH 18TH ST. ; .I-Jnewiuanairi'iueiit ; pleanaut rooms ; coqd ( able ; ivaHoiinbh ) ratoK , Mlllio riQ * 'ib FURNISHED ROOM , 2017 H ARNKY ST. K 7t : ft * . " ' 1 , ' "FURNISHED ROOMS , MODERN , 1-17 our- .l-ieaifo Blreel. M"it : : f-'S' 17 'J FURNISHED ROOMS , RKASONAIH.E , 023 " .1 a So.imhSl. _ . MH-14 II * | 7 FURNISHED ROOMS , DATH ; fl ) MONTH. JH0\l \ u'arnam. M U'JU 7 * FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE- .1 < kecilnir. | 11UN. 10th. IIII.1 T gnflNISHEDjROOMS AND Ha ten U e a wonl llrat limorlloii , Jo a word Ihereafler. Nulhlnir lakcn for UH than ' . ' 5c. ' 1VOUNO WOMEN'S IIOMK UNDER CARE OP J'Women's ChrlHtlan association , Ilia. 17th Ht. , ( H'J If- ROOMS ft. ' HOARD , HILLSIDE , 18 A DODOK. JJ MIS'J fll ] . ' T.AUOE ROOM WITH STRICTLY FIRST- .T elaH bcarJ iildO Itouelna Htivet 4m T -SOUTH ItOOM.WlTH IlUAUlI 'JroiI CASS. _ 7UU 7 * I , ' NICHLY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH OR J without board lit the WebHter , niH N UUh Ht. _ 8ga H DESIRAI1LK ROOMS AT "THE FRI-N7.ER7j ; ' 11 III I No. 'nth SU MIMI.1 111 * ' , ' COMFORTAHLE FURNISHED ROOM WITH irood board at 17'"J Dudao Ht. MSU7 7" I'LARGK FRONT ROOM FOR TWO , WITH 1 or without board , In private family. ' . " 'ID > D MlH.'t U- fjf V TWO SINOLr ? ROOMS , WITH 110ARD 1720 ' J Dodioi sirecl. 2fl S ' , AND FIRST CLASS HOARD ; HOUSE nuwly luriilBhtHli modern , HUO Capitol avo. _ , Mini ? 10 I.FURNISHED OR t'SFURNlSHED ROOM \ \ llh tionnl. Thu Shrlner , 33 * South 30th. . 1)I011 I -DKSIRAIILK ROOMS. WITlT HOARD , IN J Hintill family , uleelv located , lenna nuMleratu ; lelerviK-es. I70'J Dodco , M05i : 0 nr'U NIsiTloD ROOMS WITH FIRST CLASS L Ixianl , til J North VOth Hlruot. MOM 8' yOKBEN'J-UNgURNIBH'D BOOMS Ratiia KM nllnutlrBt Insertion. $1.50 n line iwr month. Nothing taken for loss tlian 25o. MSI3M.I' ypB BENT -BTOBE8 AND OjFFIOEiB. ll o a word IlrBt insertion , Ic a worJ Nqthliui tnkoii forln than 25e. 1 Fol RENT , THK ItUU Fnmain HI. Thu bulldhiir has u nruproofcu- ini'iil linsnneivl. complete Btcnui hpnllug ilxl'ircH. \viHvrouall the floor * , iras , et . Apply at Ilin of- lle of Thalk-e. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ IUO 1 OFFICK3 FOR RKNT IN THB SOIIUTZ J t'Ulldlnif ' , lUlh nnd Hamey. Special tmlucemoiili m < l out lo i > vniinncul tenants. Apply ; o Joint , liic . , ruouik 0 uud SI , ti kUU bultiilur , NiW AGENTS WANTED. Rntca , lX3ft ( Ihweneh Insertion , $ lCOn line per month. Nothtnir taken for lean than 'i'it : T-HOLIOITORS , CITY AND COUNTRY. FOR AN ' ndvrrtlnlnir nn-ip. Cnll before noon of nrt dress 413 Dee bnllillnif. M330 fl& * T-WK WANT TRAVELING MEN ALREADY "employed to eoll our oils a n nldo linn. Largo cominlKslonspnld , The A , U. Tlminlns Oil rom- pany , Cleveland , O. HID H WANTED TO BENT. Hfo n wonl first Insartlon. lea worJ thora- _ Br. Nothing taken for Insq llinu'-Mc. K-LAROK ROOM , OR ROOM AN D ALCOVE can furnish part mutt bo ncnr JOth and Far- nam.wlth orxvlthotitbo.ini. Give location nnd tPrnm. Address O B , Ileo ofHco. 803 8TOBAGE. RnlcH.Ho n wonl first Insertion. In .1 word Ihurr-afler. Nothing taken for less than 2iiC. M I-STOUAOB , WILLIAMS & CUOS3 , 1211 HAIl- nny. Ul t M-STOKAOK 1'OIt IIOUSHItOLU OOODS clean and clir.ip rule. It. Wulls , 1111 Farimn 013 WANTED TO BUY. nntRR. 1 Oca line each Insertion , 1.5il a Una per montli. Nothing l.ikcn for loss tlinn .Me. - WANTKD. , Htiltnblu for Broccry , clicapfor cash , Aildrr-ss OM.lkf. MU4tO TOR SAI/E-HOHSESWAOON8ETO. , lOoa line onch Insertion , if 1.150 n Una pop month. Nothin ? takun for less than i5c. ! li-FOHSALK. MATCHED SPAN OP ifAMnLrT. X lonlans ; Uarlt brown. O K. Osborno , WcHton , la. JI704 7 TOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Hntct , IKc n word nr t Insertion , lo n wont theroaftor. Nothing taken for Inns tlmii 'JSc. Q-FOH SALE. NKW tll'UICllIT 1'IANO , OAK frntnn ; will take peed hoi-su In trade. ( ! . F. Kl or , South Oinnlia. D''O -DAul ilAYll SALE. TUB STANDAUD Cattle Company , Allies , Nob. have SMIOO toim of peed barn Htorocl hay for nit'.e. All nnlors IllleU promptly. M7i : Q LUNCH COUNTER FOIt SALK , OHKAPs only mnall capital required. B''O a 10th Hlrcnl. H Q -10,000 NAMES ANDAUnilKSSKS FOH $1.00. 1' . L. OravpB , Coinnns Well , Va. Jlilfl'J 0 * MISCELLANEOUS. RntpH. IHe a word first limorllon. Ic a word thurcaflur. NolhlnK taken for IOHS ihitn ' . ' 5. TJ-HOG DISEASES PREVENTIVE. I HEREDY IVccrlify that Hnnry Coombs , llth and Cumin St. , Omaha , operated on my hotra last August and Hlncu the operation my IIOKH have done well. I liolluvo It lo bo a ( rood pruvcntlvo forall dlscaHos. I alHo bellove It would pay any man to try It. ns the cost In BO small. William CSIllcsplp. M1S1 fB FO CASlURITpRM 1 MILE SOUTH South Omaha. O. Chllda , 1800 I.eavemvorUi struct. M702 U - , A FARM ON SHARES FOR A term of years ; prlvlleco of bnyhnrat BI > I prior ; best of rufcrcncc. AddruHS M. , box 177. "South Omaha , Nub. JI30 7 * Rates , 10o a line each Insertion , ifl.BOa line per month , Notlilnu taken for less than -Me. " ' - / . WARRKN. cLAnivoYANT. i.c- llablo bualncMB mi-dlum ; 7th year at 1 1U N. Kith. (118 Rales , IKo a word rtrat Insorlloii. $ l.no a line per month. Notliins taken for IPSS than ' .Mo. ' | i MADAME SMITH , COS S. 1UTH. 'JNO FLOOR , -I Room : i. iMassai-u , vapor , alcohol , atoain .tnlplmr- Ino.and aca outha. Ma'JO 10' rii-MME. I1ROWN , 1314 CAl'ITOL AVE. ROOM L. | , second door. Massaso treatment. Alcohol , Bulphnr and sea baths. M80j 8 * rr-MASSAGE. MADAME 11BRNARI ) . ii''O N. LlOTH. AIG8tn7 * PERSONAL. Rates. IKo a wonl flrst Insprtloii , Ic a word thereafter. Nothing taknn for less than 25c. -MASSAGE TREATMENT , ELECTRO-THER- mal baths. Scalp and hair tivatmpiit. manicure andchlror > odlHt.Mra.l'osttlUK3.1uthWlthiiuUblk. : Uli ) _ U-1F YOU WANT TO GET MARRIED SEND flvol cent stamps for matrimonial paper. Ad- daese 1)0x700 ) , Falrbury , 111. M10.J F3 MONEY LOANED ON ALL KINDS OP goods at lowest rates at COS N. It ] Bt. CIS F23 _ U VIAVI. HOME TREATMENT FOR LADIES. Health book nnd consultation free. Address or call , Vlavi Co. , biilto 10 , Ueollldf. Ladvatlondant. Mr.04 f..v _ _ _ U -WANTED INFORMATION OF LOUIS HOLM Aii'tcrson , was working near Arlington and Kcnnartl two yoara ago. Send Information to Christ Helm Anderson , Kennaixl , WashlnKton county , Nubraska. 8100" -OSCAR II. KALLACH IS WANTED TO COM- immleato with o. W. Scott , 1'lno street , San Francisco. Cal. , as mattora of Importance con nected with the death of Nathaniel Mo.xny rnqulro attention. M871I U7 INFORMATION 'WANTED AS TO THE whereabonlsof Ersklno Clarence llalchelor , son of the late Dr. J. C. Ilatcholor , who died on 'Friday ' , July 'JHth , IB'.KI. The deceased was wcill known In Masonic circles tlirouchout this coinitry.-havlnfr been at the tltno of his death eraml commander of Snpnimo Council : ! : ! = . southern Jurisdiction. In formation should bit addressed to Charles F. Ihick , CH < I. , Masonic tcmpli ! . Now Orleano , Ln. , or Mrs. Jpiinto HntchhiRS. slslpr of the deceased. No , 'Jll North Hull street. Montgomery , Ala. 3UI18 ti ANY ONE NEEDING ASSISTANCE AND wishing to avoid publicity can find a friend by addressing In ati-lct conlldenco U 15 , lire otllcp. Mil 13 13' _ THREE ITALIAN HOYS. PETE MARSKA , Goton Rock , JooMlllyca. aired I10 and 11 years , left homo Saturday , February K. 18(14 ( , irolnir east. Any ono acelmr them will please arrest and communicate with John Marska , rjll , " South llllh Btreet , Omaha , Neb. MUSS ( ! A YOUNG WIDOW DESIRES TO MEET A Kciitleimin that travels from Omaha to eastern part of Iowa. Address O 1(1 ( , lire. M ! ) . " > 5 U * MONEY'TO' LOAN JJE'AL'ESTAT'ET Rates , 1H" a word tl.-st Insertion , la a word thorcartor , Nothlntr taken for less than -5e. Rates , IKc n word llrst Insertion , lo a worJ. thereafter. Nothln ? taken for Ictis than \ ! WMONEY TO LOAN. AT ThuO. F. Davis Co. , 1503 Farnam.Bt. OL'O W-LOANSON INPROVED ANDUNIMl'ROVKD city property , 5-3.0(10 ( and upwards , 5 to aif i > er ccutnodelayB.W.l''ariiauiSmllli ; .Co.,1320Faruam. U21 \\r-ANTHONY LOAN ANDTRUST CO. , 318 N.Y ' ' Llfo , leiids nt low rales for choice seeurlty on Nebraska ami Iowa farms or Omaha city property. 022 \\7-MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ON ' Improved and unimproved Omaha ro.tl estate , 1 to f > years. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farnam.U'3 U'3 \\r-MORTGAOE LOANS , A. MOORE , BO I N. Y. Life. M17J ffl' \\r-LOANS ON ISIPROVEU REAL ESTATE. Garvlu ll.-Oi.210 N. Y. Llfo. M231 HIV \V MONEYTO LOAN ON FARMS IN DOUGLAS ii eouulyand Omaha city property. Wo delay. Fidelity Tfimt Company , 170aFarnam HI. MUU3 \\r-MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA PROPERTY ii and Nebraska f.tmin at from u to 7 i ; r cent , Wi II. Melklo. First Nafl bank.blilg , M430 LOAN AND TRUST CO. , MOO lieu bldff , 703 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. Rates , lOoalhio each hisortlon , tl.-'Oa line per inoiilli. Nothln ; taken for less than 23c. xx-THK PLACE TO iiomilnv MONEY , ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE , MONEY , ON HORSES AND MULES. MONEY , ON WAGONS AND CARRIAGES , MONEY , ON PIANOS AND OROANS. MONEY , ON WARKHOUSE RECEIPTS , MONEY , ON MERCHANDISE. MONEY , ON ANY CHATTEL SECURITIES , MONEY , ON irood that remain with yon. 1 GNEY , IF YOU WANT NO PLIULICITY , MON1-.Y , IN and In any amount la ROOM 4. W1THNELL block , Cur. 13lh and llurncy sin. THWFIDELITV TXAN GUARANTKE CO. 02d V-WILT. LOAN MONEY ON ANY KIND OF -Aieeurity ! strictly confidential , A. K. Harris , room 1 , Continental block , uv)7 MONEY"TO IAUN"ON Ho'iisEsTwAiJoNsr jViuno ] | und furnltiii-A nt all Uliuls. liusluesi conlUtciitlat. J. U.Hmldovkroi > iu4'7 linnuo block. * _ tl27 _ -MONEY TOLOAN- JV Wo will loin you any sum which you wish , smallorlorg" nt ilui lowest posnlblu vuios , In llio niilc'Ue Uioislblo llmo. and for any Icninli of lime lo null you. Vuuoaiiiuylt hack m such Inslall- men Is IIH you 'vlnli ; wliini you wlih , a nil only pay for It nh lo/u-as vo\i keo-.iit. You ran borrow ou HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND PIANOS , HORSES. WAGONS AND OARIUAUKS. * , \AUB1IOUSH RKCHIPTS. MERCHANDISE , OR * NY OT1IKR .SKCiriUTY , iiT.hotil pnli'loIlT or ixnnov.il of property. OMAHA MOll'lUAUK UAN CO. , aui ) SOUTH 1'ITII STIIKKT , Klrel MoorKbove HIM Mrwl 7IIR OLDEST , LARGEST AND ONLY 1NCOU- I'oitATfu LOAN ( . -OMPANY is OMAHA. 025 _ _ " X-M ( NBY"ixi-.NKI > rJSIHIRS'lTl'RK. PIANOS allir.-r- ; , ( < ( \3-ic. V'roUl'or t.IO Ku.nOlilU. BUSINESS CHANCES. Y-FOR SALK , 8TATK AND COUNTY 1UOIIT3 , patent door check. Address with nutmp , IXCk box SI. Council llluffs. In. 201-f-U _ Y-DRUO STORK , CENTRALLY LOOATF.D. ON easy terms. Ilex B18 City. MBilS V -HOTEL FOR SALK , 874 , SHKNANDOAH , IA 1 823-Mt V FOU KXCHANOE FOR STOCK OOODS. 200 JL nercB ndjolnlmr good town on U. P. In IhtiTnlo couutyt 100 acres under cultivation , .10 acres fenced ; good house ; morte.iiro $2,0(10.00 ( ; runs 4 yrnrBinlsoBO acres : i miles from town , 30 ncrci broken ! no ItnprovcnictitB ; together or separately. Ilex 274 , Kearney , Nub. _ 'I'JIL ' Y-FOR SALK. TWO YEARS' LKASE OF COM- plclely funilshod hotel In city of 2 % 000. Splen did business. Rates $2.00 per dny. Address O 12 , Ileo. Ml ) 15 ( I _ _ -WANTED , A MAN WITH $500.0(1 ( TO $1 , 000.00 nn partner In n legitimate ! bnslnoRS ! if ir.O.no or morn per month can bo made. Address C , llox 2flO. Norfolk. Nt-b. M1UU 7 * ' _ V--0" YIELDS * IH WEKKLY ! FINANCIAL L depression does not nfTcct ROWO'H Infnlllhlo Handicapping system , llest nnd Hafest Bnccilla- llvo Investment olTered ; thlnl Biieccssfiil yenr ; prospeelus 1804 free. C. D. Rowo. Ilex l'J7 , llrooklyn , N. Y. MUlll Mr. ' _ FOB EXCHANGE ] Rales , lOc n line rnch Insertion , if 1. 10 a line l > cr month. Nothing taken for less than 2" c. k "iQF"ji i NERY" NiT NOTioNs7 rSTOC L L i A /j want horses nnd enttlo. Ilex 2U5 , Frnnkfort , Ind. r/-IO\VN 100 FARMS IN NEHRASK A. KANSAS flnniDakota. . Will sell cheap or exchange for indae.liornoB and cntllo. Add.box 7UFrankfortInd ' 030 _ _ y-OALVESTON CITY PROPERTY TO KxT / chnngo for laud or merchandise. Ilex .173 , Kearney , Neb. Q'J3 10 * _ V-STEAM GRAIN ELEVATOR IN REST PART fJot state for Keneral merchandise or groceries. Address Lock Ilex 1(1 ( , Wood River , Nob. M742 y-FOR EXCHANGE. HOUSES AND LOTS IN //Omaha for Nebraska land. The O. F. Davis company , 1503 Farnam street. M78U 28 y WILL EXCHANGE MY HOUSE. PRATT AND ' -J21BI ( modern Improvements ) , for Chlnngo prop erly , Improved or unimproved. W , M. Welch , U01 Paxton block. Mii3 : flu V $ 1.000.00 STOCK OF DRY OOODS. NOTIONS , /Jshoesntid clothing to exchange for Nebraska land ; glvo description. Ilex 781 , Wcat Point , Neb. MUta _ / - EXCHANGE , NICE , LIGHT DRIVING ' -'inaro for tyiKjwrller. W. S. Cooper , Council Bluffs. Mngtl 7 _ FOB SALE BEAL ESTATE. Rates. lOca line each Insertion. $1.51) a line par mouth. Nothing taken for less than 25o. AtGNHmELOTS \RM3 SALE or trade. F. K. Dnrlln ? , ll.irker block. 031 CHOlCEFAKMa C.R.UOATRIGHT,301 N.Y.LIFE _ 157 F7 ACRES OR 1(10 ( ACRES IN CENTRAL NE- 320 braskn , 2 miles from good town on thu H. , t M. railroad , $8.00 per aero , one-fourth cash , balance monthly oryearly payments. Wo will pay buyer's ear fare to see It. Williams & Mlttan , room 313 McCagnu building , opposlto postotllce. 730 0 WILL SELL CHEAP OR EXCHANGE FOR > Milwaukee , Win. , property , lots 8. II. 1(1. ( block n , Ii V. Smith's add. , city of Omaha. For Informa tion write Cream City Sash and Door Company , Milwaukee , Wls. M74 1 f28 ARGAINS Farnam store $3,000. 132x132 Farnam Btreet $40 000. Full lot Farnam near 40th $3,3110. Full lot Sherman nvn near ilurdett" $0,000. East front on Hanscom park $5.UOU. Cottage east front on Park $7,0(10. ( Full comer near Euclid Martin + 4.000. Full lot H It H. Haiiseom place $1.000. ' Full lot near High school $ KO n foot. Full east front lot n'-ar O. M. Cartel * * 2,000. 10 R. H. brick near Park $ ! l,000. Full east front Hanscom PI ! r2fiOO. Elegant collage 37 and Marey $3,000 , East front Windsor PI fflioit. Full corner Chicago and 30th $2,200. Cor 28lh and Woolworth $2,200. . Lot on 2 Ith st ( paved ) WOO. Full lot McCormlck'H 2nd $ ICO. Full lot Plalnvlew $700. Full lot Poppletou park $000. " " "i Full lot Sloven's PI ( Ames nve ) $000. 7 R. H. east front Hanscom PI $2,100. 2103 Ohio $1 , ( ! ( ) ( ) ( eay terms ) . 37th au'l Jones full lot $3S ( > ( > . 10 A U i.illcs from P. O. $1,2.10. 20 A ( I miles from 1' . O. $2,500. 10 A 4 miles from P. C. $3,500. Ill AOki miles $ SO)0. ( ) IIH ) A ( I miles $125 an ncro. tiOll A 12 miles $45 per aero. G AT. miles $1,500. 10 A near Dundee $10,000. C. F. Harrison , 012 N , Y. Life , Omaha. 032 C MUSIC , ABT AND LANGUAGES , Hates , lOnn line each Insertion , $1.50 n line per month. Nothing taken for less then 25e. " JOKT1roiVATB" TN8TKU o > * Latin address Rudolph Ego , P. O. box 390. . 6 * F.GELLENBKCK , 1JANJOIST AND TKACHF.R. . 1810 California St 1)11 ) UNDEBTAKEBS AND EMBALMEBS Rates , lOo a line oaeh Insertion , $ l.f > mouth' Nothing taken for loss than 2 \v nAKBB oRMEKIjY WITH C Jacobs , deceased ; later with M , O. Maul , ) under taker and ouibalmer ; 1)13 ) S. lUth sU Tel. OOll. 033 K. 1IURKETT. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND . cmbalmer. 1018 Chicago St. Tot. DO. 031 OABBAGE. Rates , lOcnlluo each Insertion , $1.RO n line par montli. Nothlu ; tnkcn for less than 25c. r ORDERS FOII THK REMOTAL base , manure , nshcs , refuse , anil cleaning of vnults nnd cesspools scut to this onicu or to the office of thn Hoard of Health will bo promptly at tended to. Thn only night soil men In my employ are James Fuller , Peter Loreiigou , John Nelson and S.iin Overgaanl. A. MacDonald , city carbairo contractor , rooms 0 nnd 7 , Darker block. Tel. 1387. MI15S fin Rales , Kin ) line inch Insertion , $1. < > II a Una par month Nothing taken for lost than 25c. T SONNENItERO , DIAMOND IIROKER , 1305 ' .Douglas st. Loans money on diamonds , watches , olc. Old gold and silver bought. Tel. lfi.18 - 03(1 ( _ _ SCALES. Rales , lOoalliid each Inst'rllon , $1.50 a line par month. Nothing taken for less than -.Ic. TVJEW AND SECOND IIANDSCALES , ALL KINDS. 1 > Address Uonlcn & SullcckCo. . Lake Bt. , Chicago 037 LOST. Rales , lOo n line each Insertion. $1.fill n line per month. Nothing taken for less than 'J.'e. LOST-YESTERDAY AFTERNOON , NEAR THE llri ! . cold star pin. Bet with ruby nnd pearls. Reward at room 1:1 : , Arlington Block. MDfi4 0 * LOST- SWORD SCARF PIN. FINDER RETURN to 03(1 ( Now York Life Ilulldlng and receive re ward. M051 ( ) SHOBTHAND AND TYPEWBITINQ Rates , lOon line each Insertion , $1.30 a line per mouth. Nothing taken for less limn 2J > u , AN SANT'S SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND , HIS N. Y. Life , Omaha. Ask for circular.M403 Vfa nil ) tend yon th murreloni French Preparation CALTIIOS free , and a lf l su ttutc that OALTHOS will Uralore your Urallli , MtrenffUi itud Vigor. Itii ft and \fiatiifid. . AdclfOBuVONMOHLCO BAILEY , LEAPING DENTIST JMAKKS ' A FULL SET ON RUBBER $500 Teeth extracted oalnlesily In inornhii NEW TKKTII HA'MK l\.Y. 1'nlnlo < I'illlitf . .VonI'rooan. . Ilrldso and Grown work , flno-tt and best a loweaturlcoa. All wor wurr intoO. Paxton Qlk. , IGih and Farnam St3. Hutruncu ( in lUtUtlt. Teluptiuue 103J UNION DEPOT : ORDINANCE U > l Incorporators Pnt the Shushing Touches to the Measure Yesterday'Afternoon , POINTS DISCUSSED AT/THE MEETING Question Knlied as to ( f-tfrfnllty of Itoiido Jftsued Now Will Jl ( ubinltted to Uompetrnt Authority . Iteudy for City Council's Action. After a month or six weeks of earnest dis cussion the Incorporatora uf tlio Metrouoll- tun Union Dupot company llnally agreed upon tlio substitute ordinance to tnko the pluco of tlio ono now In the linmls of the Ju- tllolnry committee of the city council. Messrs. Kountzo , Swobo , Murphy , Barton , mono , Honors , Iliimlltou nnd Lyman at tended tlio meeting yesterday hold In the Merchants National bank rooms and took up the sections of the ordinance separately. It was docutod to tiamo Kountzo Brothers , bankers of Now Yonc , as trustees of the bonds nnd to ask for f.TO.OOO from the city to aid In the construction of the now rtnpot. Tire propositions nro to bo suhmlttnd to the voters , ono asking for WOO000 ; In bonds , the other to release to the Uulon 1'aclllo certain lands nnd lots named In the Alvln Saundcrs deed , reserving , hUwovcr , that clause rola- tlvo to the malntcnanco of shops and headquarters In this city , the whole cotulltlonod upon the Union Pacillo releas ing to the city of Omaha certain lots In the north part of the city nnd the Winspcar triangle ; also reserving Cuss street for any bridge or railroad company succeeding to the Nebraska Central's Interest or erected by the Nebraska Central company. In this case the Nebraska Central Is not named , the suction rotating thereto being general In Its character. Fearful that the clauses relating to the Union Pacillo were not definite enough , anew now section was Inserted in the ordinance providing that the covenants In the ordi nance are only binding upon the city In the event the Union Paclllo will occupy the now union depot and agrees to Its occupancy for u porloa of ten years o.v all of Its passenger trains. During the reading of the section relating to the Issuance of bonds Mr. Barton raised a rather Intricate point for the gentlemen as sembled , which was that if the city was not in a position to issue bonds at this time whether an election now would make the bonds illegal or have a tendency to throw a cloud over them. Mr. Hamilton stated that the city-could not Issue 5300,000 in bonds at present and not until a now assessment was made , nnd rather inclined to the idea of allowing the election to go over until the general election in November. Mr. Swobe stated , however , that It was the opinion of the city attorney that bonds voted now would bo perfectly legal when the city was ublo to issue them , citing the city hall bonds as an example. The point , however , was considered a very important one , and , al though the section was.adopted , 't ' was do- clded to have the judicinry.eommitteo or the council pass upon the matter as wall us outside - side legal authority. . / A committee of three was then appointed to prepare a corrected copy of the ordinance and to present it to thutincorporators at a meeting to bo hold this afternoon at 4 o'clock , when the judiciary committee of the council will bo asked to bo present and take charge of the ordinancetho result br weeks of act- ivo.work upon the partbf the incorporators , as well as the attorneys for the city and railroad companies. - _ ; ' rioiiTixo roh coNTitor. . ll.Utlo Oter the Northern ; I'acillc Now On In tin , T.inv Cmi tit. M1LWAUKBB , Fob. ' 5 : The ( treat- legal battle for the control of JhOjNorlliern Pacillo railway is now in urogrcss. Counsel J. S. I'ottio , counsel for the Ives faction , opened thu ball iMs morning with a statement that ho had lllcd n replication to the answora of the receivers and nsking for an order of reference on the petitions to special exam iners to take testimony. Ilo wanted to tiavo two special examiners appointed , ono in Chicago and ono in New York , to examine witnesses outside of the juris diction of llio court , who could not bo brought hero. Ex-Senator John C. Spoonor , representing Receiver Payne-iuado u vigorous argument against the motion. Ilo said ho desired to impress upon the court the fact that the petition and answers were not n bill but answers in equity entitling the moving party to ' prolong the proceedings as indefinitely us' the opposition sought to muko SWIFT'S SPECIFIC lj totally unlike on ; other blood medicine. It cures diseases of tha blood nnd skin by removing the liaison , and at the same time supplies good blood to the wasted parts. Don't bo imposed on by substi tutes , which are said to bo just as Rood , U it i-.ottrue. No mccllclno IB ] TTUC TJifflEiH 1 % has performed us many IN I SIS , BsUllLL' .vomlcrful cures , or relieved so much 8ullcrinr. [ "My blood was badly poisoned last year , which set my whole nysteni out of order diseased and l eonstant source of ButTurine , no appetite and .10 enjoyment of life. Two bottles of f jrought mo rlpht out. There Is no jcttor remedy for blood diseases. ' "JOHN GAVIN , Dayton , Ohio , " Treatisepn blood and skin diseases malted free , SWIFT SI'UCIl'TC CO. , Atlanta , Ga- RRILWHY TIME GKRD ioiiicA"fJonajrfrnNoTONirQrA"rrrvjr : Omaha I Depot HUliiuiil ManmiSts. I Oinalu 4.45 pin' ' Chlcagh ViHtloulo ll.-irom' Chlcazh Exproit 4.25 p.n 7.02 pin I . , , . .Chle.T'o & Iowa Loaal 8.01) n n 11.35am | I'.iellle Jet. Loaal Lonve-i I . Arrivoi Oinnhn _ | _ Doput KJtli nn.l MaHoiiSU. _ O.it tin 10.1.am . .7. . . . . .Denver Express O.S5 a-n 10. is am Deadwood Expross. 4.10rn | 4.nop-u Denver Exprus' l.Klpai U.fiupin . .Nnuranlta Lou' . , ii.su mi H.I 5 am . .LIncoln Lon.il ( Exoupt Sun ) . . 111.3,1 am Luavi'Hl Arriror O inhiinl Depot llith an I Ma4orisu. 0.4,1 am . . . .Kaunas City Day Exprms. . . . I B.5.1 pii 0.4 5 pit. 1C , O.Nhrht _ Ep . vlaU. P. Tr.iiis.l ( l.noa-n LC.IVOI , "UTIID vrt J"ll7ni PAUTMJ. ' I Arrlvoi ' Omaha I Union Ujpjt lUUi. .Mar.iy Sli. | Omaha I Kisr. I niuam : AtlantluH ( OA'I Sund.iyi T.Llpn H 00pm Nlelit Isxnrw * . . . . 0.4.1U11 S.UUpm . .Chicago Vmtlbum . 1 Minftn 1. . 'j.oupn 13.10am Oklahoma E < cp. 119,0. , 11. Jtv . Snu ) U.'JSum I O'raiio'ii.v.tT : < ! BwiK'c.Siiii ( ) 112.11) ) a-n . . . . Cojpra'lo Ll-nttM. . . _ . . . . | ' . ; ) . . _ rrlvu Union Depot 10th A Maroy Sls.l Omahi (1.5D ( am . . . .Denver EVIU ) 4.05 pn : 2 1C pin . . . . . . . .Overland - 11.31) ) pn 3 45pm Ilentrico A StromsVg K * ( ox Sim ) 12.30 pin Pactllo BxiirX't-i l.'jilpm _ Leaves F. : E. .t MO" VAif.K V * " lArrlvoi Oiuah.i Depot Ifith and W'lt'/ttiT Sis. I Omaha U'.vtwoo.l Kxiuijn , . . . . . 5.1pn ( ) P.l5am ( ( Ex. Sat. ) Wyo. RSn.jKv. Jlon. ) 5.10 pn . ' .UOpin .Norfolk tJtpre'H iH * . .limliyi. 10.15aii C.45pai U.2 i.i u Leaves I lArrlm Omaha ] Depot lath an I WelMtySH. _ O ,1 , ij _ farso pm St. Ixiila Kxires.i , ; G.oo am 10.00 pm St. I uls Express. . . . . . . . . 4.np'ii ( 5.10 pm Dally ( UK Minn Nebraaka I.oml.l U.IO am Lenvi es I O. ST. P. . M. A O. riVJi r.hal _ DopoUSthand Wcbslor .y . | O.ii "H.BOaml. . Sloiix City Accommcxl.itlon.loT2pai | ( ) 2.15pm Sioux City Exproil ( E < c. Hun. J 12.20 pm B.45pni | . HI. Pint Llmltml . . . . , . . | 11.25 am K-ave-Tl siolJX "cirT * PAUiKU "rXrrv5 ! " " Omahal Depot. 10 am' Marey Sti. I Omahk Tras'anil. . . , . .Sioux City l'aHHeiuor..T.To.2iTiu | ( 3.55pm.St. | . Paul Express . . .jlO.OUaiii Lenves I SUTUX ciTYT"PMflFIO T.UrlvoS" Oinnhal Depot , IBthauilW'b'iturStt | Oniaba * 5. 45pm I . bCPaiiriTlmltoir . | .25am jySpml. . C'Llcugo hlmHiid.0.2jam | _ Leavt. ? I OM.VUiCikar LOUI \frTvo-iT i OiimlaJU P. Dm t. luili and Mai-ey ; Omalia U.Dpui | V.Si. LouliCAunuullaTl It by flllnjr tlio format replication. Such n practice would bo dangerous , ho said , ntul ho ilia not bcllovo the court would allow U. The other sldo had made grave charges against the receivers , nnd it should not bo allowed to delay n hearing which would clear the ro- colvcrs from thoao chtii'ROS. Such huarlng was In the l.itcrcsts . of the trust estate. The nttornc.vs for the petitioners stated that they had not made the move for the sahoof delay , but because tli"y wanted n chnnco to provo their petition. Argument on Colonel I'cttlo's motion In the Northern 1'auillc case was concluded nt ! l o'clock nnd Judge Jenkins Bald ho would deny the motion lor n reference nt the pres ent tlmo , though such reference might bo necessary later on. Then ho told the attor neys to direct their arguments to tlio main question. \V1M , Bt'UEI.Y STRUCK. TACOMA , Wash. , Fob. fi. A man promi nent In railroad circles , who claims to bo In receipt of cipher dispatches , says ; "Thero Is no question In my mind that a general strike has been ordered , nnd as soon us don- oral Mnnaecr Kondrlck and Receiver O.tkes return from Milwaukee the ultimatum of the men will bo laid before them. Should the Northern I'aclllc men go out I am satisfied that the Union I'acillo system would nt once declare a strike and n war would bo Inaugur ated that might provo fearful In Its cense quences. ' The employes have boon notified from St. Paul that tlio order secured by itho re ceivers restraining the einuloycs from strik ing Is , according to the best legal advices , unconstitutional nnd illegal mid the com pany will bo wholly responsible for what ever result * ) may follow an attempt to enforce - force thooruor. " KQUAMKATION tVAKllANTUII. Dickinson Tulhrt Over the Union I'lielllc Schedule Sllimllini. General Manager Dickinson was not In clined to discuss the growing rumors of n strike on the Union I'aclllc when questioned In that regard. f "Ida not know of nny dissatisfaction ex isting among tlo men on the system except what I rend In the newspapers. Of course , the matter of n strike ro.ita entirely with the men themselves , although 1 fool sure of the bettor judgment of the employes when they come to consider the now schedule , which seems to bo the bcno of dissatisfac tion. It must bo berne in mind that earn ings nro falling off on the system nt the rate of $200,000 per week and no mad could keep up wages under thcso conditions. The equalization schedule saves to the company about 5 per cent of the wages paid these affected , which in round figures might reach $250,000 a year. The employes on the Ne braska , Kansas and Colorado divisions nro little affected and at places on other divi sions thu schedule makes little change. The engineers on the mountain division receive the same pay as on other roads , In fact , higher pay than many of the roads grant. Only stern necessity has demanded ttiat this schedule bo asked for. The receivers arc as little inclined to reduce wages as the men are satisfied to have them reduced , but U was inevitable nnd wo did the very best wo could. Wo have followed the old schedule In all cases , construct ! vo mileage , however , being cut off. "Men of course hate to have their wages reduced , but the Union Pacific , owitur to the financial depression , is losing money by the thousands every week > and it was to offset the loss of earnings that the new schedule was decided upon. " Upon the question of the Gulf compnnv llirting with thu Sant : Foonicials , Mr. Dick inson Irul little to say. Ilo was willing to leave the question of agreements to the courts to decide. IN COrilT IX CIIKYKXNK. Union Paclllc Kmployc-i Trying Hard to lime iIiulKit Dunily's Order Abrogated. CHEYENNE. Wyo , Feb. 5. ( Special to the Bee. ) As tlio result of the conference of the Union Pacltio employes held here yes terdny and InsC" night , the attorneys for the men today appeared before Judge Kincr in the United States district court to contest the adoption of the schedule of wages and regulations promulgated by the receivers. An advisory committee com posed of ono roprcscntativo each from the engineers , conductors , switchmen , firemen and teleeraphors have been chosen. This com mittee will remain in Cheyenne and assist the attorneys. They express n determinn tion to make every effort possible to prevent concurrence in the order issued by Judge Dundy in Nebraska. The hearing was post poned until Wednesday , when Judges IJinor and Hallct will Jointly listen to the argu ments , sitting in Denver. ( General Tlmr-iton'i.Western Trip. General Solicitor Thurston , accompanied by Mrs. Thurston and Mr. G. W. Mogoath , superintendent of the coal department of the Union Puclilc , loft yesterday afternoon In the special car 0 ; : for Denver to present to Judges Ilallott and Kincr the answer of the Union Pacific receivers to the intervening petition of Receiver Truinbull of thu Union Pacific , Denver t Gulf company. Mr. Thurston stated that the merits of the case would probably bo argued orally , but was of the opinion that the intervening order of Judge Hullott's was issued upon a misunder standing regarding trackage arrangements over the Julcsbiirg branch. Upon the question of tariff irransemonts on the part of the Gulf company with .tho Santa Fo system , which a toloRiam from Denver stated the Gulf people were socking , Mr , Thurston saidTho : Gulf company must either lisli or cut bait. Tho.v insist that the acrcomonts between the Union Pa cific , Denver & Gulf and the Union Paclllc are as much in effect now as before the roads passed into the hands of receivers. If tills 13 true , then their rumored flirting with tlio Santa Fo Is most 111 timed , and almost places them in contempt. So long as the agreements are binding upon the roads , just that long the relations of the two companies will remain the same. Our contention Is that the receivers of tlio Union Pacific arc not bound to fulfill obligations which are in themselves onerous and impossible of completion. That matter wo will endeavor to settle tomorrow. " "Are yon preparing a coup in tlio Gulf matter ? " tlio reporter asked. "No , sir , wo are not running counter to the court. Wo only seolt lor Justice and wo look to the court to grant us relief from excessive and inadequate burdens. Until the matter of the Intervening petition is settled finally things will remain in stunt quo. " No Immediate .Strike , A member of the Urothorhood of Hallway Conductors , speaking about thu agitation on the Union Paclllo and tliu determination of the men to resist the now schedule , said : "It would bo impossible for the men to pro on n strilte for nt least thrco weeks , as the con stitutions of nil the railway trade organiza tions provide that before n strike Is ordered the system of railway Upon which a strike Is contemplated must bo polled , the will of tlio majority deciding whether u Htrlk.0 is justifiable , The agitation In ( Jho.vonno nnd Larnmlo is duo to the engineers , who have bacn somowhal reduced by the now schedule that Junga Dundy has ordered put Into effect by the receivers of the Union P.icllla so far an the men nro concerned tnoy don't know the contents of tlio schedule , except what tlioy huvo scon In ttio daily papers. George V'roman has not been served with a copy of the order , neither have tlio representatives of the other trade organizations. Until such an event occurs it scorns to mo to b-j the lioight of folly to tallc about striking , when In point nf fact they don't know what they are striking for , Oa the Northern Pacillo a poll of the system was takun and n majority : ) f tlio men decido.l u > HtrlKt * . Until similar notion is takun on the Union P.icltlo all this talk uf u strike is lll-tlmeii and decidedly Ill-advised. Shnuld a portion of nn organize tion go out without a poll it would dlucrcdlt that organization all over the country. It Is only through concerted action that strikes win out these days , nnil until n complotu canvass of the system Is made thu chiefs of the orgnnt/.ations , who arc level-headed men , will not permit u strike lo cccur. ' Kxrcptliuit of llio I'nloii I'liclllr , DENVER , Fob. 5. Wlllard Toiler , attorney - noy for the Union Pacific , toJny lllcd In the United States court an exception to the po- tltlpn of Receiver Trumbull In the matter of the Julesourg cut/off and interest on the Color.ido Central bonds. Ito claims the pe tition should bo dismissed for these reasons , nmoncr others : Uocelvor Trumbull Is not n party connected with the suit ; the relief prayed for Is not within the scope of the order of the court under which tin was up- pointed ; .hero is no rule or law by which ho could bo allowed to como Into thin c.iao , nnd the obligations of the Union Pacltio to thu Gulf system can bo determined only oy u direct suit or action. Nntr . Superlnton Jont C. M. Uathburnnnd family of the Missouri Paclllc have gene to Now Orleans for the Mardt Gras. President Clark of the Union Pacill'J will not return for n month nt least , having de termined upon n tour of Flotilla nnd perhaps California before coming back to Omaha. The Missouri Pacific wilt bring fifty school ma'nniB nnd their friends from Nebraska City on Friday. The molders of the Infantile minds have decided to spend a day in Omaha Inspcutlntr the ptiblio schools. They will ar rive ut ; ' . ! 0 ti. m. I'Ylduy , returning the sumo night. Should a now board of receivers for the Northern Paclllo bo appointed the Gorman opposition to the present board bclnc most pronounced , it la thought a former resident of Omaha , Mr. C. U. Schmidt , who was director of the German village at the World's fair , will bo ono-of the nppolntoes. Mr. Schmidt has the conlldenco of the Dcutscho bank nnd other foreign bondholders , nnd woul.l make a most servlccablo iccclvor , having for years been connected with the Santa Fu. Although ninny romldles are pushed Into the market by spicy advertisements , lr. ) Hull's Cough Syrup still takes the lead. iriTXKSSKS MlXlin Iff. Luwyer.H In the Coiiglillii Ciixn Cnnfii * > o 'Men on tltoStiind. CHICAGO , Feb. 5. Daniel Coughlln's attorneys - tornoys attacked Frank Bardccu's testimony In the Cronin trial today. Hardcen told , when on the stand tor the prosecution , of seeing Cotigliltn In Edgcwnior on the night of May . Wnltor Eaton was mentioned as tlio engineer In charge of the plant that night. The defense today called Engineer Eaton to the stand and ho tostilicd to having had several conversations with Jlardotm pre vious to May 4. The latter had testified that ho hud never spoken to Eaton. Eaton said that ho did not sec Dardecn at the plant on the night of .May 4 , but by cross-examn.a- tion It was shown that Eaton admitted to Prosecuting Attorney Bottum In his ofllco that "liarciecn probably was nt the plant that night. " Witness was also made to admit on cross- examination that many people caino to the electric light plant on pleasant nights , and that ho took no notice of such visitors. Joseph McKcnna , who is a now witness In the case , was called by the defense. Ho is an Intinuuo friend of Andrew Foy. ami was said by Mrs. Fey to have visited at her homo frequently during the winter and spring of ISS'J , Ho said no had boon there but once during thu time mentioned , and that was to attend a wake. Ho said ho had heard Mrs. Fey call her husband an anarch ist , and assert that ho threw the bomb at the tlmo of the Haymarkot riot. Attorne.vs Donohuu and Bottum became involved in a dispute during the proceedings. Judge Tuthlll lined I-awycr Donohuo $50 , but reconsidered his action. Police Ofllcor Michael O'Connor had been called to tno stand. He told of having been with McKenna on the night of May 4 , und admitted on cross-examination that ho hurt boon looking up data for his testimony , as ho had been told that ho was suspected of complicity in the murder of Dr. Cronin. "Who told you that you were suspected ? " askud Assistant State's Attorney Bottum. "I refuse to answer that question , " re plied the witness. Tlio court demanded an answer , and O'Connor said ho did not remember. ' That's all , " shouted the state's attorney dramatically , and then followed an oxcltlmr war of words between the attorneys. After the announcement of n recess Mi. Cottum had replied to a reporter's question in a voice that could bo heard by tlio retir ing lurors and mentioned Superintendent of Police Brenmtn's name. "You ought not to say that in the presence of the jury" , Mr. Bottum , " said Attorney Donohuo of the defense. "Say what ! " demanded Mr. Bottum. ' ' that Superlntcndnnt Brennan 'Say as signed O'Connor on tho.cnsi. " "I did not say It , " rculicd Mr. Bottum heatedly. "You did , " shouted Mr. Donohuo , 'Jaud the young gentleman there will bear mo out. " lie shook a finger threateningly nt the prosecutor , who was himself- Hushed with anger. The noise of the excited attorneys' voices attracted the attention of Judge Tuthill , who had gone into , his chamber , nnd ho emerged just as Mr. Bottum was shouting bacic a loud rotort. "Gentlemen , end this disturbance , " ho exclaimed. "What docs it moan ? " "It means , " answered Mr. Bottum hotly , "th'U ' Mr , Donoliuo has called two gentle men and myself liars. " "I line you S5'J , Mr. Donohuo , " said tlio court excltedlv. After an c > ' , > lanatloti Judge Tuthlll said that his ijxiotj in censuring Mr. Donohuo was h > st.y and that there was no need for aO-Dn on his part. Tfio line was thorofor withdrawn. EDGERTON IN CONTEMPT. So Juilgn Aniliri)4o l-'lndi Him und Sends Him to , ) all. Charles W. Edgcrton , a justice of the peace in and for West Omaha precinct , went to jail last night , there to do tan days and remain until ho completed the boarding out of a line of $ oO and the costs , unless ho shall change his mind in the meantime nnd pay thn Hue and costs Into court. Tlio trouble was this : Some tlmo ago Edgcrton was appointed to the ofilco of Justice of the peace in and for West Omaha precinct and soon after the appointment ho moved Into tlio city , setting up his justice mill on lower Farnam street. Some of the Omaha justices who were olcutcd at a ru- cent election objected tq the Intrusion of the man trom the coii'itry ' , and the case came bolero Judge Ambrose In January , V. O. Strlcklur representing the stato. At the tlmo the charges were proven to the .satis faction of the court nnd Edgcrton was given ton days In which to move his ofllco back to his own Intllwlck. ThlsoiVor of mandamus specifically provided that uiter the expira tion of the ten days ho should ee.iso to per form the duties and functions ot a justice In this city. The other day it became apparent that Eitgortou was Ignoring the order of the court and was running his justice shop re gardless of tha terms of the mandate ol the court , Ycstorday ho was called before Judge Ambrose where thu testimony of a number of witnesses was adduced. The whole of thn day was devoted to the hear ing and in the end it was decided that Edr/orton was In contempt. Upon convic tion ho was ilnuil $ r > 0 and costs and was sen tenced to ten days In the county Jail. ' His uttornoy asked fora supcrgoduas bond until the supreme court could pass upon the Ilnd- ings of ttio lower court , Judge Ambrose de nied ttio request , saying that It was ono of these cases in which ho was without power lo receive or fix a bond. NK.llll'lllXd l-'ltlt-TIIK JIKTKOH , Xevailan-i ( irrntly Incited Over tint .Sight of * u ( Iri'iit I'lro ll.ill. CANDEt-AUIA , Nov. , Ftb. n. The re ports telegraphed from Carson that the me teor which swept , over California and Ne vada last Thursday night has bco'r. found Imbedded in n uravol knoll nour hero are in correct. Searching parties are still out , however - over , and it is believed some ot thorn msy within a few hour ? return with definite In formation of the meteor's u hereabouts. The townspeople nro much excited over t.no occurrence , The great fireball b.irat almost over this place , nnd the citUons believe it could not have been more than live or six miles away at tlio tlmo of tlio explosion. It may have swept b.v forty or fifty inllos , however - over , before striking the earth. Tlio lllglfl of tno meteor was observed from nearly every city and village In north ern California and Nevada. At the Melt ob servatory thu passage of the flory ball across the sky was noted and tin announcement of the fact telegraphed to San Francisco a fovr tuluutcs after the occurrence. FIRE DEPARTMENT LEVY Commissioner Ilnrttnrui Asks Oity Council to Raise it Above live Mills , OTHERWISE PROPERTY WILL SUFFER Which fames Whcrlcr to Suy Hint Crrtnln One * .Mint Sunllow Thrlr .Medlclno- Wru of .Mr. K < | iilrc4 Ittito Not Iuurrncil. The city council mot in Informal session ycstorda.\ afternoon to consider the annual levy for municlp.il purposes for IS'J4. ' After n lengthy discussion the levy was fixed us follows and the finance commltloo Instructed to prepare an ordinance In accordance there * with , to bo HUbmlttcd nt the mooting this evening : Water fund , 4 inIIIn ; judgment fund , 1'j mills ; library fund , 1 mill ; lira fund , C > mills ; police fund , 5 milts ; curbing , cleaning nnd guttering fund , ! ) mills ; sewer maintaining fund,1 , ; mill ; park fund , 1 > mills ; lighting fund , ! ) imfls ; health fund , , l > ; mil' ; school fund , it milts ; sinking fund , 8 mills ; general fund , 10 mills ; total , 45 mills ; as against 41 mills for 18Ui. : Flro and Police Commissioner llartmnn appeared as the representative of that board ami nsked that seine means bo devised by which moro than the 5-mill levy allowed by the chartnr for lire purposes could bo se cured , as It would tip necessary to discharge some of the members of the lire department and throw some of the apparatus out of service If tills was not done , ilo said It had been suggested that this could be donu by adding a mill to tlio general fund for ttiat purpose and paying llro bills to that amount out of the 1'imd. WIlKKMHt ON MRDKMNM'J TAKING. Major Wheeler said that su-ih n course would lie lllcirul and the members of the council would bo liable on thnlr bondsIr thuy did anything of the kind. lie said that u number ot the heaviest property owners of the city had made it a point to go to Lincoln to Influence the legislature nnd had suc ceeded in carrying their point , and now If their property was to bo destroyed and all their poiscssioiH wiped off the faeo of the earth because of U. they must take their medicine. They had persistently foueht to keep down the assessed valuation of the city , and it was only 0.000.00 ! ) , while St. Joseph was tills you * assessed for 873,000- 000 , Kansas City for $1.IG,000,0 ( > 0 and Denver for 8as.000.000. They had fought every Im provement and hail in every way sought to prevent the expenditure of a dollar , and the speaker was of the opinion that if these men wore to bo able to force the city to adopt a ponny-wlse-and-pound-foollsh course , tlio Keener the city went up in smoke and ashes the butter ; especially If It was the pur pose of the city to keep on send ing blatherskites to the legislature to look after its Interacts. He said it was impossible to provide moro than 5-mill levy for lire purposes , and if that was not sulllclent to meet the running expenses of the department the department must bo reduced. Ilo was satlslled that the depart ment was not a bit too largo , and ho also know that the liMurancu companies were pulling out of the clt.v because every lima there was a llro the whole thing wnnt up In s noke , just as it did Saturday night when the loss to the companies oxceoJod $200,000. If tills was kept up until it was impossible to get any insurance in the city , except at an unreasonable llguro , these same property owners could thaiuc their own actions for it. Mr. Hartman said that the Flro and Polleo commission would certainly keep within tlio law In the matter , and it would bo necessary to lay off some of the apparatus. Ho said that the action of the bourd hi providing thu llro engines was demonstrated to bo wise , as there would ho acres of burned territory in the heart of the city today if It had not been for the engines Saturday night , and it would bo deplorably short sighted to have them thrown out of service. WANTED THE EXTKA I.EVV. Elsassor favored the extra levy and was taken to task by Wheeler because ho Imu voted against some of the hills of the oloe- trio light company , the water works com pany and the Harbor Asphalt company. Elsassor replied that ho had never voted against allowing what ho considctcd nil honest claim. He had voted against the electric light bills on the recommendation of the city electrician ; against the bills of the Barber company on the allowing intido by the city engineer and against the water works bills because the company hud not kept faith with the city In tlio mutter of agreements and had never Intended to Iccop faith. Xio had never voted against allowing what was honestly duo any ono , whether n corporation or a laborer. Mi % Squires was allowed to say something in fuvor of a larger levy for the curbing , cleaning nnd guttering fund. Ilo said ho had a claim of 4)0,000 ) against thu city for work that was done a year or two ago. Wheeler corrected him by ro- mlndlng him that tlio amount was $33.000. Squires admitted that tlio gentleman from the Fourth probably know what ho was talking about , and then said that the city allowed .Urn Stophonson's bills promptly every month , but wasdisorlminatlng against him. lie renewed tlio proposition made u year ago , that if the city would pay what It owed to thu Barber Asnhalt comnanv it would pull out of the city. Hn thought the levy for that fund ought to bo Increased HO as to give his company a little chance to col lect what was rightfully duo ic. Tlio spasm of retrenchment was too strong , howovoivntid tlio council concluded to allow tlio figures to stand uti originally fixed. The matter is not definitely settled , as any changes may bo made when the ordi nance ixmies before the council. BEAXi ESTATE OWNERS. Annual KlortlniiiDi-fei-reil IMiiim to K the Krnpci of tint Oi-Kiinl/iitlon. Tlio annual meeting of thu Heal Estate Owners association for tlio election of oftl- curs for the ensuing year was called to as semble in room 212 , Now York i lfo building , yesterday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. There was not n quorum present for this purpose nnd after appointing ono cotnmltto'j an adjourn ment was taken to convene at the call of the president ; The president stated that n largely attended ' tended mooting of prominent 'citi zens was hold Bomo time ngo at the I'axtou house to consider menus of advancing the interests of Omaha and that it was ttio opinion of tlioso p'roscnt that moro good could be accomplished by joining hands with the Hual Eatato Ownoiu association nnd enlarging lit ) scope. It was proposed with tlio Increase of strength ginned In this manner to employ u compe tent secretary to look after thu intere.su of real estata owners , attend meetings of the clt.v council , county commUMoncrti ami other bodies where action was likely to bo taken which would affect the interests of real ps- tate owners , and do such other work as would bo beneficial lo their interests It was proposed to leave all matters concerning the securing of manufactories , railroads and things of ii purely commercial nature to the care of the Commercial club nnd dcvoto the energies of the Heal Instate Owners association solely to looking after the IntereaiH of holders of real estate. A committee of five was on motion ap pointed to confer wKh thoio who itttimdod thn I'.ixton house meetlnu' and maica the necessary arrangements for getting ilium Into thu association. The commlttco Con sists of President Hoggs , ( Joorgo N. Hicks , Cadet Taylor , ( ioorgo II. Payne and John 1A Cuthors. _ Mlsxoiirl HOIK ) Invi'Hlmi'iit Co .UWKHSON OITY , Mo. , Kob. -Tho uuprctno court this morning , in the matter of the quo warranto proceedings brought by the attorney general against thu tlirco boint Invu.ilment companies of Urn state , nmdu an CUM or giving thu companies until February U to show cause why writs nf ii.iinduumt should not bo issued against them , and Unit prohibit them from doing ; business lu lha stato. lln Will Not Ho Iti'imiUMl. TOPKICA , Jan. 5. Governor .Uowelllnsc today said oniplmtlcatlyUhat ho would col ramovo Stutu Labor fommisxionc ! > r Todt , about whom thorn hun boon 13 mu 'i ' "s > ; .u- alon.