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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , FEBRUARY 17 , 1891.
8PE01HL NOTICES.
> Advertisement * for the e column * wilt t > e
tnkrn until 12:30 : p. in. ( or the pvcnlns ami un
til 9:00 : p. m. for tha morning and Sunday ed
itions.
AilvorllFcrs , by rMiicnllnit n mimbprrd chock ,
ran Inivu nmnvr-r * mldremeil to n numbered
li-tlcr In care of The Ilee. Aniwem no nddronsert
will | M > ( IMIvpfHl upon presentation of the check.
SITU ATION8 WANTED.
r . IMc n word firm ln prtton. jo awnrd ,
thereafter. Nothing tahcnf < * lesg than 2..C.
Kr HTKlBD I'IIAmiACIBf WANS RITUA-
tlon by the Mill. He * . In Iowa nnd Nebraska ;
6 yoam oxpcrlenri > . Clood city references. A'l-
ItcM M. Illalr , WOI N at. , South Omaha. New.
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WANTED MALE HELP.
Hated. IHc a w ° f'J "f1 Insertion , lo n word
thereafter. Nothing taken for lcr than z c.
.i INHTALL.
nient Roods. American Wringer Co. , 1600 Mow-
nrd nt. " -TM
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AOIJNTH. HALAIIY OH COMMISSION. Til 15
rrealmt Invention or thn atco. The Now Pal-
rut Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Hello on
nlKht. Work * Ilko manic. Agent * are mnk-
Inir r..OO to 15.00 per wock. For further
| iirtlculara : write the Monroe Lra or
X 35 , IM Cromio , WIs. _
Fi7tKT CLAHS MACHINIST WANTIJU WHO
I , KO.H ! BOlo IJ cornet player. Add. jfc.x GO ,
. M1M 18
Wyoming.
NewcuMIc , _
WANTKO. A VmST-CLAHS PLAKTKfl ANt )
In
ruiiMit salesman who lias had experience
hut "rot-claM need
that line : none imlejrrmn
upply. Address C _ 40 , _ lJeooincc _ : II-M2I1 13 _
rJNKuriKTic MAN" WITH boon nKPBiinNriJS
nnd JKO.OO will sociiro part Interest and em
ployment In business. Address 920 N. . J . . Life
lllllff < l J 16
MAN WITH $200.01 CABIl < ] AN
huy n line paying buslnneas In " " ' " ' 'I1'- ' . . .
< lty. O * . ' . . llae. ll-MJ.su
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AVANTI5U. 1NTKLLIOF.NT MAN ; JIS5 I'l-Ul
month. No canvnsslmr. Hare opportunity.
Nil letters answered without CO cents for full
nutllt. Satisfaction guaranteed or money
lefunded. Standard formula Co. , jniinlta-
Tcnn , n MJta ii
noogH , _
IN EVKUY COUNTV IN
v ) AOKNT
NVbiiiBk'l ; new patent article ; overyl ly wim
II. M0.090 sold In 4 months ; can maUP II.SOO.OO
, 'iiilly. Particulars , enclose stamp.'Ulrmi '
Manufactory. Slate hotel. Omaha.Jl-M3nj8
, HOY AI101JT 15 YRAHH OP AOK.
\NTKD ,
on" who writes fair hand. Address C C. , Ilee.
J _ * I iwl 1 1
TAII.OUS WANTI5D AT THANK ' , 'X ' } " ' 3'
CALIFORNIA.
XVANTKO. BALKSMKN FOR
inea ; JIOO.OO per month and expense * , with
chalice for advance ; commission If prefeireii.
no experience required. Aildiesn. encloslnR D
HlampH. W. A. ynnilcrcook , N-8 AIne ilept. ,
Vr l/rt Angeles , CaU _ . 1I-MM8 17 *
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r- UANTir > rA imifJIIT HOY ; MUST UK NP.AT.
Annly nt once. Wyckoff , Seamans & I' ' ' " ' ? 1.
. . . 17
1712 l-'ainatn Htrcct. It M..J17
WANTED FEMAEE'HELP.
Tinted , lV4o n word first Insertion. Ic n word
theieafter. Nothing taken for less than ZSc.
WANTED. QIIIL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
woilc. Call at 1123 B. 32.1. C 080
WANTED , FEMALE STUDENT NURSE AT W.
( - . A. hospital , cor. Oth street nnd 6th avenue.
Council Hluffa. C-M268 20
WANTEDaiitr , FORGENERAL HOUHR-
wuik. 1023 S. Mill ave. C 2S9 18 *
WANTED , aiiiL von GENERAL ijousu.
\\nik. 533 South 27th street. C M3Q1 18 *
\V\NTKIJ. PAPER I1OJC WOIIKKUS OF KX- '
p.-ilencp. Santa Clara MnnufactiirlnB < .
43th and Dodnc trecta. C--.MJ03 17
WANTIiLAI > V COOKS , IO ; 2D COOKS , $20 ;
Ifi illnlnK room Klrls for out west ; private
family cooks , 3. Canadian Olllce , 1503 Farnam.
C 310 17 *
SVANTKI ) , ( ! IUL FOH QIONKIIAL IIOCSI3-
wniU. fall after 7 p. m , SOI N. 18thi Ft.
FOR KENT HOUSES.
llalep lOa a line each Insertion , 51.CO a line
| .er month. Nothing taken for legs than i3e. !
1IOUBIS3 IN ALL PA UTS OF TIII2 CITV. TIIF !
O. IUuvls company , 1503 Farnam. D 733
C HOOM COTTAQE ; MODKItN. CIIOICU IN
Sliinford Circle. C. B. Ulgutter , 201 Ileo
Imlldlng. D-1Z3
Viousrs : , F. K. DARLING , DAUKEn IILOCK ,
D 761
XIW MODERN 8-nOOM HOUSE , 31 & MASON
U 756
ItnNTAL AOENCy , B07 I1KOWN BLOCK.
U-M513
DnSlllAllLB HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF
city , cheap. J. II. Parrotte , Douglas block.
D-M502f20
FOH IlKNT , 1823 CAPITOL AVENUK.TIIREH
story residence , 14 rooms. Henry W. Yntes.
D-M1 18
4 ItOOM APARTMENT. " 8TKA1I HEAT ; 11EF-
i-reiu-i-a required , 816 So. 22J. I ) M239
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11 ( IPS KM AND STORES FOR RENT. JIC-
( ' 'auiiu Investment Co. , 15th and Dodge.
D M2S3 21
.J'MNH . CHANCE TO RENT SPLENDID MOD-
TII house , newly painted and papored. Rent
lediH'i-d , Opposite Itedlrk'a Grove. North 24lh
ntfCt. | Ilurna' china Btore. D M333 18 *
, PINT ! CORNER FLAT IN CLOUSER Itl.OOK.
/ 7 lotima. rniiKC and all other conveniences.
" * ( l orec Clouser , room 2 , 1023 Farnam.
1 IJ-MM3
t rOBJ RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
S llnl i , IVJo n word first Insertion , la n word
A „ tlieivnftrr. Nothlnc taken for leas than 23c.
TOR RUNT , D HIRAllLn FURNISHED
rooms. Inqulro 1919 Dodge. K M75S
FiniXIHHHD ROOMS , MODERN , 1717 CIIICA-
BO street. E M7jjf28 *
F I' R N1HUUD ROOM , Z017 HARNEY STRIOKT"
K M233 ' 'O *
S I-'L'RNIHIIED ROOMS FOR IIOUSEKEUI'INO
for man und wife. Rent taken In board , 319 N 17
I-J-137
TWO FRONT ROOMS , MODERN CONVKNI-
encea. 2310 Davenport. U M152
FOR RENT. FURNISHED. 3 ROOMS FOR
limm-kecplng. C13 N. 19th ft. n 273 1C *
r I-MNI-LY FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
IIKMIIS for housekeeping In modem lirlck ; pri
vate family ; on 3 cur lines. 2003 Hurt street.
K M3W ( Si *
TWO PL-RNISIIED ROOMS , JIO. 022 DOllflLAS !
i--.MUDS :
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Hates , IH ° a word first Insertion , lo n word
thereafter. NothlnR taken for less than 23c.
VOPNd WOMEN'S HOME. UNDER CARE OF
Women's Christum association , ill a. 17th st.
F-C13
LARGE ROOM , WITH STRICTLY FIRST-
vl.isn board. 2109 Douglas Direct , F ( OS
M3IIV DESIRAIILU FRONT ROOM WITH AN
ali-ove , hot water , heat : uecoiul lloor. 212 S.
2Jlli stroet. F-83 ! )
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nnsiRAiiLi : ROOMS AT THE FREN/.ER ,
1IC Notth Z3th street. F Miyj 17 *
11OO.MB AND FIRST-CLA8S BOARD ; HOUSR'
ncnly furnished , moilcrn , 1910 Capltul avenue.
. F-MD07 17
liAllltl ] SOUTH ROOM. WITH HOARD. TI5I.B-
plioiio anil steam. References. 20J North IStli.
F M337 18 *
FOR KENT.-TJNFXmNI8H'D ROOMS.
Italra , mo a word first Iniertlon , la n word
there if Ur. Nothlnc taken for lees than VCc.
4 ROOM , 031 SO. 17T1I ST. G-MSI3 MJ *
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFIOE8
HntiM , lOo n line each Insertion , $1.50 a line
per month. Nothing taken for less than 2Jc.
1'OlT HKNT , THE 4-STORY 11IUCK UUILDINO
! > I6 I-'arimm st. Tha building has a flrepioot
criuiMit biis ment , complete steam heatliiK fix.
IIIIVH , wulrr nn nil lloon , eas , etc. Apply nt
the omoa uf the Hue. 1-810
_
OI-TK'ES FOR RENT IN THE KCIIIJT2
biilMlnic. 16th un > 1 Harney , Special Induce
ments held out to permanent tenants. Ap
ply to Jubst Uros. , rooms 60 and M Hchllti
ImliaiiiB. I-MM5
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U MONTHS \.EASU OF BTORE. CM B. 17TII ,
I MIM
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WANTED , SEVERAL F1R8T CLASS MEN AS
iiKcnlH. Nona but liuntk'rs need apply ,
Will Klvn u guiiinnteinl balary , Addii-as
U.I'M & ( livens , llitu-o block , Llncon , Nrb.
I-MiSJ it
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POR RENT , CORNER BTORIJ AND RASE-
nil-lit , llth anil lluwiml miottj , beat location
In Ihn city for commission house. Desirable
hiuiill stores In Expo ltlun tuillillnn uJJulnlni ;
l.it i street llieuter. A. J. PoppUton , room 314
I'lrxt National lauk bldir. 1-M2S1 SI
TOR RENT. BATob.N" LONG riNlT Nin" :
( . 'has. Riipp , iMne Pine , Neb , 1 MUj It
Rales , lOo a line each Iniertlon. $1.20 n line r"
mnth. Nattilni ; taken for l" s than 2vo.
AtlENl'tf MAKIJ $5.00 A TTu' , aTlE.VTEST
Kitchen utensil ever Invented. llotalU Uc. S to
u Hold In every house. Bnmplo , po < lma paid ,
, MOMakln & Furihee , Clnclnnutl , o.
n *
ANTED , AOENTS TO IVVKi :
.impli > . wo will pay cipcnia and salary or
nil w liberal commlialon , Hamples sent on
vppllratlon , Aildreu Ix > ck lloz 115. New York
Cltr. J-MMI ! !
WANTED TO RENT.
Hate * , IHo n wonl first Insertion , lo a wonl
thereafter. Nothing taken for \tta \ than ZSo.
WANTED , UNFURNISHED ALCOVE OR
iloubla room , tnixlcni conveniences and bonrd ,
by nmn ami wife. Must bo west of Oeornl
nvi and south of Lcavcnworlh trcel. Ad-
C 62 , lice. K M3I2 IS *
STORAGE.
Rates , lOc n line each Insertion , $1,50 a line per
month , Nothing taken for less than 2Ie.
BTORAOU. WILLIAMS & CROSS , 1214 HAR-
ney. M 7CO
BTORAOH FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS' CLEAN
and cheap rate. It. Wells , 1111 Farnam.M
M 7l
WANTED-TO BUY.
nates , IHo a word first Insertion. Ic n word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
WANTKD TO llt'V , 3 I1OOIC CASUH AND AN
ulllcc ilnjk. Address C < 7. llee. N-201 16 *
TOR SALE HbRSES.WAOONsTETC.
i-oit HAM : . PHAETON. WITH I > OM : AND
shafts , almost new ; will sell cheap. Aditrrss
O W. lice olllco. I'-M-TO 18
HAl.B-A GOOD DOUUI.U SLKIOH. ItT-
qulrn nt AVImlsor stable. _ Q-237 H *
rou HAM ; Nnw ui'iuairr PIANO , OAK
frame ; will tnko Rood horse In trade. O. ! ' .
Klser. South Omaha. 0-C26
IUNT : , 47 Acnwa rcm OAIIUBN run-
poses , south poor fnrm , west Howell s ten
ncroi. Imiulro uf John llamlln , 917 H. 13th ,
Mnloll block. Q-MM3
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HAM-ID HAY FOH HALE. TUB STANDARD
Cattle C'opany , Ames , Neb. , have 2.000 tons
of good burn stored hay for sale. All orders
filled promptly. Q-M713
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COI.UM7)iA ) HICVCM : . MODKIj NO. 30. A I.-
most new , with cuaranteo for 1 year , for $90.
117 N. IGlh st. _ Q-315 lf.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Itates , J'ie a wonl first Insertion , tc a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 23c.
PIIKHH IIOI.HTHIN COW AND CAM' ' TOR
sale , or r..ll trade for fresh Jersey. Apply
to John Grant , 322 Uce IllilK. U M277 17
CLAIRVOYANTS.
Itates , lOo a line each Insertion , Jl.CO n line
per month. Nothing taken for less than 2oc.
MIIS. DIl. H WAimEN. cL AmVOYANT. HE.
liable business medium ; 7th year at US N. 16.
a 762
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MASS'AGErBATHsT ETC.
Hates 114o n word llrst Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 2Ge.
MADAMi ; SMITH. D02 S. 13TH , 2ND TI..OOH.
i-oom 3. MassJBC , vapor , alcohol , fleam , sul-
phurlno and sea baths. _ T-M200 17
MASSAGE. MADAME IJERNAIID ,
MME. UROWN , 1311 CAPITOL , AVE. IIOOM 4 ,
second Moor. MassaRO treatment. Alcohol ,
sulphur and sea baths. T M2'jr 22 *
PERSONAL.
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Hates , IVn n word llrst Insertion. Ic a word
thereafter. "Nothing taken for leas than 2Sc.
MAHSACIIS TREATMENT ELKCTRO-TI I Mil-
mat baths. Scalp and hair treatment , manicure
nnd clilrnpodlst. Mrs. Test , 6Wi S. 15th
Wlllmcll block. . U 7C3
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MONEY LOANED ON AM , KINDS OF OOODS
at lowest rates at GOS N. 16th st. U 8lof22 _
VIAVI , HOME TREATMENT FOR I.ADI KS.
Health book and consultation free. Addresser
or call , Vlavl Co. , sulto 346 lice bliltr. Lady
U-MoOlfiS *
attendant.
_
MIIS. I1ARTON OIVES READINGS IN IJAMtl-
Istry ut 021 S. 18th Ladles , 60c ; gents. U.M , .
ANY ONE NEEDING ASSISTANCE AND
wishing to avoid publicity can find a friend by
mlilressInK In strict confidence. Rev. T , , J.
Muckey. Ileo ofllcc. _ U-M1000 20 * _
HOOTS IILACKED FREE ; FIRST-CLASS I1AR-
liers ; stiavInK , lOc ; hair cutting , 25c ; bath , 20c.
1402 Farnam street , n. w. cor. of llth. bas -
invnt. U M. < 4 13
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MASSAGE TREATMENT. KLECTRO-TIIEH-
. mal baths. Scalp and tiair treattneiit.iimnlcuro
nnd chiropodist. Mrs. Post , G19V4 S. 15lh.
\Vlthnell block. " ' 63
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COMPOUND OXYGEN CURES ASTHMA.
luonchltlu , consumption , catarrh , etc. Ten days
free at II. 33 DoUKlas blk. , 16th & Dmlce.
U 223 10
WANTED. A HOME IN OMAHA FOR A
hrlRlit , beautiful boy , neo 3'/4 years. Address
C D3 , care Uce. U M330 18 *
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
Rates. IJJo a word first Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken tor less than 25c.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE
O. F. Davla.Co. , 1S05 Farnam Bt. W 761
LOANS ON IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
city property. 13,000 and upwards , G to 6V4
ncr cent : no delays. W. Farnam & Co. , 1320
Farnam. W-765
ANTHONY LOAN AND TRUST CO. . 318 N. Y.
kite , loans at low rats for cholco security on
Nebraska and Iowa farms or Omaha city
property. "W 766
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ON
Improved and unimproved Omaha real estate ,
1 to 5 years. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farnum.
W 767
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS IN DOUGLAS
county and Omaha city property. No delay.
Fidelity Trust Co. , 1703 Farnam at. W M663
MONEY TO LOAN ON-OMAHA PROPERTY
nnd Nebraska farms at from 0 to 7 per cent.
W.ll. Mellcle , First Nat'l bank bid.VM76S
C13NTRA1 , LOAN AND TRUST CO. , 800 HEE
building. W 7 S
MORTGAGE LOANS , A. MOORH , G04 N. Y. Life.
W-117m8
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Urcnnan , Love & Co. . I'axton
block. W-M133
I CAN LOAN YOU MONEY
ON HEAL ESTATE
In UtrRc or small amounts
WITHOUT DELAY.
J. D. 2ITTLT3.
Cll-51 ! Drown block , 16th and Douglas.
'
W 251 M12
LOANS ON RU-Al. ESTATE.WARRANTS.QOOD
notes , etc. , bought. Garvln llros. , 210 N. Y. Life.
\V-273
MONEY TO LOAN OHATTELsT"
"
MONEY TO LOAN
We wll loan you any sum which you wish
small or large , at the lowest possible rates. In
the quickest possible tlmo anil for any length
of time to suit you. You can pay It back In
such Installments as you wish , when you wish ,
and only pay for It as long us you keep It.
You can borrow on
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND PIANOS ,
HORSES. WAGONS AND CARRIAGES ,
WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS. MERCHANDISE ,
OR ANY OTHER SECURITY ,
Without publicity Or removal uf property.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. ,
SOU SOUTH 16T1I STREET ,
First Moor nbove the street.
THE OLDEST , LARGEST AND ONLY INCOR
PORATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
X-763
MONEY TO LOAN ON HORSES , WAGONS ,
pianos nnd furniture of all kinds , lluslness
confidential. J. U. Haddock , room 437 Haingo
block. X 773
WILL LOAN MONEY ON ANV KIND OF
security ; strictly confidential , ' A , E , Harris ,
room 1 Continental block. X 771
MONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE. PIANOS ,
ull articles of value. Fred Terry , 430 Rameo
block. X 3M
THE PLACE TO ItORROW
MONEY ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ,
MONEY ON HORSES AND MULES ,
MONEY ON WAGONS AND CARRIAGES ,
MONEY ON PIANOS AND ORGANS ,
MONEY ON WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS ,
MONEY ON MERCHANDISE ,
MONEY ON ANY CHATTLE SECURITIES ,
MONEY ON Roods that remain with you ,
MONEY IF YOU WANT NO PUI1LICITY ,
MONEY IN largo or small amounts ,
MONEY AT LOWEST 1'OSSIHLE HATES ,
MONEY IN QUICKEST POSS1IILE TIME
MONEY THAT you may pay back at any time
iiml In any amount. Is ut ROOM 4 , WITH *
NELL block , cor. IStll and Hartley sts.
THE FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO.
X-77
BUSINESS CHANCES.
Rates , Iffo u line first Insertion , II.W n I In *
per month. Nothing tuken for less than I5c ,
DRUG HTORE. "ci-JNTRALLY LOCATED. ON
easy terms. Uox 618. City. Y M5U
A JI.SOO.W HARDWARE STOCK FOR SAL11
tluslnecs A No. I. F. I. Hall , Crouton , Neb.
V-M < I M
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR SALE. THIS
Is u harg.lln If taken soon. Good reasons ( or
Belling. vV.Mlim C' 81. life. Y M3H n
FOR SALE. IJUST PAYING HOTEL IN HOU8.
tun. Lmig lease , low rent ; account ilckneu.
Wagloy & l.'hcrry , 400 Klum building. Houston ,
Tei. Y-M1M U
PARTNER WANTED. EXPERIENCE UN-
nec sary. In barber chop centrally located , to
uttcna clium and make ulmngeaiul Klv buthi.
AUJrets U 41. Her. Y S > 1 IS *
FOR RALE. AMERICAN HOUSE. (40.00. IN *
quirt > 24 Douglas street , upatuln. Y Mill
HOTEL FOH BALK 171 , B1IENANDOAH. IA.
We.
You
Hit the Boll's
Every tlmo
When you use
Every bright housekeeper wants it.
All bright grocers keep it.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
Continued.
1'OK ' HALE , A FIRST-CLASS OMAHA FIRE
Insurance agency or H Interest to a suitable
party. Address U lil , Heo. Y M328 18 *
.SHOE STORE FOH SALE OR HALF INTRIt-
cst ; well established business. Address Hocknk
DnJgi1 , Fremont , Nell. Y M321 23 *
FOR HAM : OR EXCHANGE , $10,000 WORTH
good paying property , well rented. Will tnko
stock uf groceries or general merchandise. Day
& Hess , Council muffs. In. Y M378 17
FOR EXCHANGE.
Rates. lOc n line each Insertion , tl.GO a line
per month. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
STOCK OF MILLINERY AND NOTIONS ;
want horses and cattle. Box 95 , Frankfort ,
Ind. Z-773
I OWN 100 FARMS IN NEI1RASKA. KANSAS
and Dakota. Will sell cheap or CNClmnge for
milse. , horses and cattle. Address box 76 ,
_ FrankfortInd. _ Z 773
WILL EXCHANGE MY HOUSE , PRATT AND
21st ( modern Improvements ) , for Chlcaco prop-
orty.tmproveil or unimproved. W. M. Welch ,
CO ! I'axton block. 7. M13S f9
STEAM GRAIN ELEVATOR IN REST PART
of state , for general merchamlso or gro
ceries. Address Lock box 16 , Wood River , Neb.
Z M743
FOR EXCHANGE.HOUSES AND LOTS IN
Onmlm for Nebraska land. Tlio O. F. Davis
company. 1E03 Farnam street. 7. M7SC 28
ICO ACRES IN DUELL COUNTY , NEIL ; WILL
Iradtf for a good drug stock In eastern Ne
braska , Hex II , Imogene , Iowa. / M231 17 *
GOOD FARM AND STOCK FOR FfRNITlTHE
nnd undertaking or m'd'sc. Address Lock Rex
G07 , Red Cloud , Neb. / M2I7 17 *
TWO GOOD"LOTS IN LIVE NERRASKA TOWN
to exchange for law library. Address E. Cot
ton , Rex 146. Enid , Okl. / M29S 20 *
160 ACRES HAY LA 'D , 0 MILES FROM CEN-
trnl City , to trade for mcrclinmllsr , groceries
preferred. Box 034 , Central CMty , Neb.
55 212 M16 *
WANTED TO BORROW.
Hates. Hie a word first Insertion. Ic a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 2oC.
MONEY WANTED ON OMAHA IMPROVED
residence property ; also offer Investors a num
ber of carefully selected llrst mortgages.
Garvln Rros. . 210 N. Y. Life Dldg. M..66 17
TOR SALE REAL ESTATE ,
Rates , IVaC n word first Insertion. Ic a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for loss than 25c.
IF YOU WANT A HOME OR AN INVESTment -
ment ,
READ OVER THESE HARGAINS :
ELEGANT DOU11LI3 RESIDENCE , with" beauti
ful cast front , lot 7GxlGO feet , large barn , ICP
house , etc. , all modem Improvements , splendid
neighborhood. Price , J13.600.00.
NICE 8-ROOM HOUSE , with furnace , bath , gas ,
city water , etc. , close to motor line. Price ,
JO. 500.00.
11EAUT1FPL HOME In Hnnscom Place. IIouso
has all modern conveniences , half block from
motor line , elegant neighborhood , $7.203.00.
DOUHLU RESIDENCE , comer , 86x145 feet , '
Pnclflo and 30th. ' Ono of the llnest residence
sites In the city , $9.000.00.
IIUSINES8 corner , lots 1 nnd 2 , Vlnton Place ,
corner 20thVlnton and Spring streets , 76x90 feet.
Splendid point- for brick block of stores and
ll.its. Price , $6.000.00.
TRACKAGE AND WHOLESALE property , 110
feet fronting on South 13th street , near Jones ,
side trnck already In the alley adjoining.
Price only $223 per front foot.
TRACKAGE property , 49 lots , with 1.030 feet ,
smooth , level trackage on F. , K. & M. V. 11 ,
It. , near new fair grounds , West Omaha. Price ,
$15,000.00.
RELT LINE TRACKAGE. 700 feet on the Ilelt
line , with COO feet frontage on main thorough
fare leading-out of the city , opposite Ruser'8
hotel and just this slild of the new fair
grounds. West Omaha. Price , $8-tOO.OO.
HUHINESS PROPERTY , double corner facing
on three streets , Cumlng , Vista and "A , "
with 124.feet frontage on Cumlng street. This
property has a modern-built two-story double
frnmo business block , with stores and Mats.
Room for four more stores and flats ; best payIng -
Ing Investment on the market. Price , $0.500.00.
800 ACRES ot choice farm land In Greeley
county , this state , close to railroads , first-
class soil , running stream of water. A big bar
gain. Price , $6,400.00.
SPLENDID corner , 21th nnd "C" streets , South
Omaha , 0x150 feet east front , will bring
$100.00 per front foot soon. If sold quick only
$2.700.00.
FIVE ACRES In West Omaha , will make splen
did fruit and vegetable garden. Price , $2,200.00.
TEN ACRES In West Omaha , close to junction
of licit line nnd F. . E. & M. V. R. R. and
overlooking new fair grounds. Will make GO
elegant lots. A splendid bargain at SI.W3.00.
It you have a few hundred dollars to Invest
call and see what we have to offer.
Illcka , 303 N. Y. Life blilg. RF.-M30I 17
HARGAINS , HOUSES. LOTS AND FARMS ,
sale or trade. F. 1C. Darling , Darker block.
717
WILL SELL CHEAP OR EXCHANGE FOR
Milwaukee , WIs. , property , lots 8 , 9 , 10. block
B , H. V , Smith's add. , cty of Omaha , For In
formation wrlto Cream City Sash and Door
Company , Milwaukee , WIs. M74lf2S
FOR SALE. GTllOOM COTTAGE , CORNER LOT ,
on car line. Mmit sell ot once. A great bargain.
1528 South llth. RE M233 17 *
QUICK SALES. 10 ACRES , SOIL RICH AND
very productive , 0 miles west of postolllcc.
Price , $1WJ.
320 acres , all In cultivation , ns good n piece
ot land as there Is In the state. Good build
ings , 13 miles west ot Omaha , only $50 per
acre.
C. II. Itoatrlght. 301 N. Y. Life. R E-290
WE CAN OFFER FOR HALE SEVERAL COTtages -
tages of from four to six rooms , well located
ami recently built , at from $1,200 to > 1.800 , on
monthly payments. These houses an * worth
GO per cent moro than what they can bo pur
chased for. Fidelity Trust Company , 170J Fur-
mini st. RE 319 18
LOTS IN AVONDALE PARK AT FROM $1.200
to Jt.SOO : within the mile limit ; stone walks ,
trees , sewer , olcclrlo lights , everything. Small
payment. Rig Investment. Fidelity Taint Com
pany , 1702 Farnam st. HE 319 IS
160 ACRES IN CENTRAL NERRASKA , NEAR
town , all good land ; ten aero grove , In good
condition ; price , $10 per acre ; $500 cash , bal-
anew on time. Wo will pay buyer's oar faro
to see 1t. Williams At Mlttan. Room 313 Me-
Cague building , opposite postolllct' . HE 317 19
WE ARE COMPLETING TWO MORE OF
those modern cottages In Avomlule Park , Per
fect In completeness nnd nrrungpinent and de
signed especially for men ot moderate fainlllen
and moderate Income , say from $1,000 to $2,000 ,
No troublu to show them , Fidelity Trust Com-
pany. 1702 Farnam st. HE-319 IS
FOH BALE , CHEAP-ONE 1IUSINE.SS HOUSE
anil lot , 25 teet front , at 1453 South 13th street.
Address I. M. Street , 113 South 21th street.
R E M337 23 *
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thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 2So.
LOST. MALE PUG DOG. "SINTO , " 11HOWN
spots on hind legs. Return tu 411 N. 19th
tor reward. Lo -M2e t 17 *
LOST Oil STOLEN FROM 20TH CAlILK OAR
line , sealskin muff. Liberal reward , no 111103.
lion * asked If returned to Ma ill.ion hotel ,
M 336 17
LOST-A LARGE FINE LOOKING HI.UIJ IIEL-
ten setter Uog , black and white ; hail on
leather collar. Finder will Im liberally re
warded by returning to KM N , 0lh and lUu-
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SCALES.
NKW AND SECOND HAND SCALES. ALL
kinds. Address llorden & BellccU Co. , I-aku
at. . Chicago. S3 !
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMBR8
Ilates , 19o a line each Insertion , II.W a lln
per month. Nothing taken for less than 25v.
C. W. IIAKER ( FORMERLY WITH JOliN o7
Jacobs , deceased ; later with M. O. Maul ) un.
dcruker and embalnur ; (1 ] a. 16th. Tel. (93.
_ T75E4 *
1C K. 1IUHKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR" AND
Ull Chicago ( , Tel. .19. 77 *
UPHOLSTERING.
GLORE UPHOLSTERING CO. , GENERAL FUR-
nlturn rep.Urlng ; estimates ami information
cheerfully given. All work called for anil
promptly attended to. 2023 Farnam street ,
Telephone 750. M323
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
Jtatcs , lOc n line first Insertion , $1.50 a Una
per month. Nothing taken for less than 23c.
VAN SANT.8 SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND , 513
N. Y. Life. Omaha. Ask for circular. M405
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O. F. GELLENBECK. I1ANJOIST AND
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DRESSMAKING.
ARTISTIC TAILOR-MADE DRESSMAKING ,
from $3.00 up. Madame Corbett , 1712 Spencer ,
Kounlzu Place. M30S M15 *
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niglitaro stopped quickly. Over 2,000 private
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Promatnrcnes'i means Impotenoy In the first
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barrenness. It can be stopped In i0 ! days by the
use of Hudyan.
The now discovery was made by the Special
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tute. It Is the strongest vltallzcr made. It la
yotibuyslxboxcaand. are not entirely cured ,
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. 1032 MARKET ST. ,
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UiNION PACIFIC SATISFIED
Wage Schcclulo Matter Still Lies iu the
Hands of the Receivers ,
THURSTON EXPLAINS WHAT CALDWELLSAID
( Irnernl Coirlu Kuvlmrs thn Nt. f.oul.i Hltini-
tlon nnd HUH .Siiiu'thlng to ttuy on tlio
Itlghts uf Labor .ludgn Itliu-r I'assot
on Gnrnlsliiiient Cases.
Juilgo John M. Thurston , general solicitor
of the Union Pacific , arrived from St. Louis
yesterday and was at his desk In head
quarters at an early hour. The worried
look which was naturally expected was miss
ing on thin particular occasion and the
railway lawyer was in ' 0x00110111 humor , not
withstanding the sensational news sent out
Thursday from St. Lotila regarding Union
Pacific matters.
To a reporter for The Ileo Mr. Thurston-
said :
"As I read the sensational dispatches con
cerning the action taken by the circuit
judges at St. Louts the real facts arc grossly
misrepresented and entirely misleading.
"Judgo Caldwcll- the course ol an In
formal presentation of the wage schedule
matters , stated that ho could ECO no reason
why the receivers needed to sccnro any
order or further authority to put In new
wage schedules , having obtained nn order
to that effect from the United States court
of Nebraska , which Is the court of primary
jurisdiction , and the Judge expressly refused
to Interfcro with the order made by Judge
Dundy , and In personal conversation ho
authorized mo to say to Judge Dundy and the
press that ho would' not think of Interfering
with Judge Dundy's order.
"Judge Caldwcll did , however , suggest
that If the receivers would 'ask Judge Dundy
lo vacate the order already made then both
the circuit Judges would sit at Omaha 011
March 26 to hear the entire question of wage
schedules for the system. Judge Caldwell
stated that If this course of procedure was
desired by the receivers the circuit judges
would make an order directing the railway
company to serve notice on the heads of the
labor organizations of the date of hearing ,
and to glvo these labor representatives
transportation and subsistence , nnd thus
glvo them an opportunity to have their day
In court and bo heard before the two circuit
Judges. Tlio circuit Judges , however , ex
pressly declined to enter upon this hearing
If the present order of the United States
circuit court for Nebraska remains In force ,
on the ground that tills court had general
Jurisdiction over the receivership affairs and
that they will not interfere with such orders
as this court makes , except , of course , upon
appeal or In some proceeding brought to
review same. Judge Caldwell was very
emphatic In his statement that whatever
course might bo pursued by the receivers
no Interference would bo permitted from
any source with their administration or
operation of the railway lines , nor would
any one be permitted to Interfere with their
properties or such employes as might bo
brought Into or remain In thn service.
LEFT WITH THE RECEIVERS.
"Tho whole question therefore as to
whether or not the present schedules shall
go Into effect the 1st of March , or the entire -
tire matter bo heard before the circuit
judges is for the receivers to determine In
the first instance , nnd then it would all de
pend on whether or not the United States
circuit court for Nebraska would bo willing
to set aside the order already entered , for
the purpose of having the whole question
heard by the circuit judges.
"General Cowln was with mo In court ,
and afterwards was with mo In conversa
tion with Judge Caldwell , and I think will
endorse the above as being a fair and Im
partial statement of what was done and
suggested.
"In the matter of the application of the
receivers for rehearing of the decision-
Colorado concerning the Gulf matters , the
circuit judges advised me before I loft St.
Louis that they had determined to both
sit at Omaha on March 20 , for the purpose
of hearing the entire Gulf controversy
on petitions for rehearing to be filed In Ne
braska , Colorado and Wyoming , in order
that the rights of the Union Pacific receivers
nnd the Gulf receiver might bo definitely set-
tied and a similar order made In each
jurisdiction.
"This action was most satisfactory to General -
oral Cowln and myself , and was In exact ac
cordance with our request. "
Judge Thurston will go to Now York next
week nnd will meet the receivers of the
Union Pacific , when the wage question will
bo taken up and some action as to Judge
Caldwell's suggestion decided upon. Whether
the schedule will bo put In effect March 1 ,
Is a rather difficult problem to solve , the
chances being that the receivers will ask
Judge Dundy to vacate the order made In the
wage matter , that the employes of the sys
tem may have a chance to bo beard.
At present the conditions remain the same
as before the presentallon of the case to
Judges Caldwell and Sanborn , and until
Judge Dundy vacates the order things will
go on the same as before.
GENERAL COWIN TALKS.
General John C. Cowln , on his return from
St. Louis yesterday , speaking of the pro
ceedings had before Circuit Judges Caldwell
nnd Sanborn In the Union Pacific receiver
case , slad :
"Of course , representing the government ,
I took no part whatever In the questions that
came up with respect to labor , and the only
matter In which I was acting was with ref
erence to certain orders recently made by
Judge Haliott In Colorado. In April , 18UO ,
a certain trafilc contract was entered Into
between tlio Gulf system of railroads , party
of the first part , and the Union Pacific sys
tem , party of the second part , which con
tract was In force at the time the re
ceivers wcro appointed. In the same con
tract the Union Pacific company obligated It
self to pay Interest on certain mortgage
bonds of the Gulf company. Judge Hullett ,
by orders recently made , has directed that
the receivers shall continue to operate this
traffic contract and shall also pay largo suinn
toward liquidation of the Interest on Gulf
bonds , and there are 'other mailers In
Judge Hallolt's order affecting the
receivership In general , such us requiring
Iho Union Pacific receivers lo operate the
Julesburg branch , which belongs to the Gulf
syslem and has passed Inlo Iho hands of
the Gulf receivership , nnd these orders of
Judge Haliott are contrary and In nearly
direct conflict with orders made by Judge
Dundy anrt. wo think , operate as a wrong
ful diversion of the energies nnd funds of
the Union Pnclflo system In behalf of the
Gulf system ; thai as the traffic" contract , In
cluding the payment of the Interest referred
to , cannot bo carried out by the Union
Pacific receivers without great loss to their
trust estate nnd , consequently , great damage
"Almost as
Palatable as Milk"
This is a fact with regard
to Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil. The difference
between the oil , in its plain
state , is very apparent. In
you detect no fish-oil taste.
As it is a help to diges
tion ' there is no * after effc : t
except good effect. Keep in
mind that Scott'n Emutsior
is the best promoterof-flesl.
and strength known \ <
science.
Tr-pired by Seott 4 Bown > . V y All drn r'
nnd Impairment to and ot tlio Ecctirlly ot
the United States , we contend that the re-
cnlvorn not only have a right , but that It
Is their duly lo entirely Ignore that con
tract , and the attorney general Is acting
with the receivers In nn effort to Imvo Judge
Hallolt's orders In thin regard modllled or
vacated , Our application at St. Louis waste
to have ono or both tiio circuit judges sit
nnd hear this matter , and .Circuit Judges
Cnldwcll nnd Sunburn agreed lo hear the
cnso In Omaha on March M , This Is ns far
as the government Is taking any part.
"As to the labor iiio | tion I only npcnk
for myself , nnd I h.ivo always Bald and am
of the same opinion still , that It by strike
Is meant the peaceable abandonment ot em
ployment nnd service , whether by tons or
by thousands , Whether by concerted or In
dividual resolve , no court has legal power or
right to restrain such action.
"I see much Is Bald In Die papers about
Judge Caldwcll sending Judge Thurston
home , etc. Now I know personally thai
Judge Cnldwoll refused lo ItiU'rfuro with
tin ) order ot Judge Utindy nnd that hltt tig-
gcsllon ns to n course to bo pursued , HO ns
to hnve n uniform iirooeduro In nil Juris-
illctloitH , was perfectly satlsfnctory to Judge
Thurston , "
CIIANC'I-S : I'OIC A UK ) 1UMV.
ii-m-tigcr Uutri In u Pair U'uy to
lie Demiinill/nl ,
CHICAGO , Kcb. 16. Unless dial-
Cnldwell of the Western Passenger ns
tlon , who Is now In the east , comes homo
nnd mends tils fences ho will linvo n pllo
of trouble on his hnnds. General Passenger
Agent Ltomnx ot the Union Pacific arrived
In Chicago today and was In conference
with Iho ngcnls of Iho lines In tlio Western
Passenger nasoclallon which nro Iho Inll-
male connections of the Union Pnclilc. It
Is said that the Union Paclllc Is preparing
to meet the rates recently put Into effect by
the Canadian Pacific , nnd Is seeking the
support of Its connections before so doing.
Tlio lines on which It Is relying for support
will do nothing unless the Union Pacific
wilt glvo them the snmo divisions ns It now
ilves ; to the Northwestern under llio special
contract existing between these two sys
tems. The mccllng today did not arrive nl
tiny dcllnlto results 'nnd ' the Jconferenco
reduce Us rates via Ogdon.
Tliero Is every probability that through
transcontinental rates will be out within n
few days. The Southern Pacific has notified
the Atclilson that after Mnrch It wll ncccpt
no tickets to San Kranclsco reading over
the Atclilson from Kos Angeles. This
threat , If carried out , will result In further
demoralization' the transcontinental traf-
tlc , ns the Atclilson may decide to take
from Us through rale from Chicago nnd
Missouri river points the $15 local rate be
tween I.os Angeles and San Francisco , thus
making to San Krnnclsco the same rale us
now prevails lo Los Angeles. The Southern
Paclllc to meet this would bo compelled lo
redem Us rate via Ogden.
SATISKIKS CIIIUACO UNIONS.
' ' Kmlowil by tlio
.Judge ( 'nliltrclI'M Opinion
I .u hoiI.riulrrH ( ieniTiilly.
Yesterday's Chicago Tribune ways ! Local
labor leaders were much elated over Judge
Caldwcll'8 ruling in tlio Union Pacific rail
road case , which was published In n St.
Louis dispatch in the Tribune. The order to
glvo the employes sixty days' notice , the
labor men say , is a great victory for them. '
If such a rule were adopted by nil employers ,
union men think , strikes could be nlmost
prevented.
0. K. Woodbury , president of the United
Carpenters council , said : "The decision Is
perfectly f.ilr and Just. It Is only right that
workmen should bo notified In advance that
their wages nro lo bo cnt , no mailer whether
the employer bo a receiver appointed by n
court or any private firm or corporation. "
Secretary McCormlck of the United Car
penters council said that If employes were
consulted before their wages were reduced
and given n sixty days' notice It would pre
vent ! 10 per cent of the strikes In this coun
try. "Labor has always recognized , " he
said , " .that whore the question of wages Is
concerned strikes can be prevented by a
conference between employer nnd employe. "
"What wo wont , " said Robert Whlmsott of
Carpenters council No. 1C2 , "Is n few moro
men Ilko Jrtdgo Caldwell. All I can sny In
reference to his decision Is that It Is thor
oughly American. "
L. S. , S. W. & < J. .MKISTINO.
Stockholders A i'mblu ut DCS MiilneH nnd
C'booso ItimrtI of Directors.
DES MOIXRS , Feb. 1C. ( Special Telegram
lo The ' Ileo. ) The first annual nipoling of
stockholders of the Lnko Superior , South
western & Gulf railway was held In this city
today with a full representation of stock ,
resulting In the election of the following
directors : B. U. Bristol of Minneapolis. L.
M. Martin of DCS Molnes , S. L. Howard of
DOB Moincs , J. M. Miller of Springfield , Mo. ,
M. I ) . Austin ot St. Louis and J. A. Illnsoy
of Chicago.
Immediately following the stockholders
meeting the newly elected board of directors
met and elected the following ollicerH : H.
H. Bristol , Minneapolis , president ; L. M.
Martin , Dos .Moines , vice president ; J , M.
Miller , Springfield , Mo. , secretary ; S. L.
Howard , Dos Molnes , assistant secretary ; J.
A. Illnsey , Chicago , treasurer.
A report was read from Special Agent L.
S. Sloadumn , who Is In tlio field locating.
It shows th ( > work to be progressing salls-
fnctorlly , ami work on the line will soon be
commenced. Mr. Btcadman wns appointed
m ; locating engineer and has returned to
his post to take charge of a largo party en
gaged in loeqtltifj Iho new lino. IlOHPiillold
llros. , contractors , of Omahn , will noon
begin work constructing a line from Little
Hock , Ark. , lo Aurora , which connects with
the Sallno Pass.
( 'mill's to tlm I nlon Pacific.
H. II. Payne will a.smime the duties of as
sistant general passenger nnd ticket ngent
of the Union Pacific Mnrch 1. For uomo
llmo past It has been known In St. Louis
that Mr. Payne had been tendered the posi
tion , but until the wishes of ( ienerul Passen
ger Agent Townsend of the Missouri Pacllli :
could ! io ascertained Mr. Payne took the
tender of thu place under advisement.
Howard Payne has been connected with
the Missouri Pacific for several years and In
regarded In passenger circles as n very careful -
ful pnKScnger man. Ho will probably have
Jurisdiction over rnto mutters unil will bo
expected to attend minor meetings. Mr. C.
Muckiiuzlt ) , thu chief clerk , will bu continued
In his position and will be the active man , ni >
heretofore , In the olllc ? ,
( letting Keudy for Action.
NOKT11 PLATTK , Fob , ! . ( Special T lo-
grnni to The Ileo. ) The Caldwell endorse
ment ot Judges Haliott nnd ' Itlnur was re
ceived with much enthusiasm by the om-
ploycu of the Union Pnclilc hero. Fulton
( iiinll ot the counsel for employes nnd
Oeorgo W. Vroman , chairman of the Brother
hood of Locomotive ICnglnours grievance
committee , nro In hourly constitution. These
gulitlcmun fuel Ihut the way U now clear
to prevent Oundy's arbitrary order from
being enforced. They nro keeping the wlros
hot between hero and Donvcr , and will
ntmto no effort to sccuro the full benefits of
thu Iliillett and Hlncr di'cUlon until the
Dundyorder Is vacated , und the decks cleared
fur action , an proposed by Jndgo CuUlwoll.
Slopped ( Jiiriililiee Slmrkv ,
Judge John Hlncr , Hitting for District
Judge Foster In Kansas the other day , , made
the following ruling In a garnishment case ,
which will bo Interesting to employed over
the Union Pacific aystcm :
"It Is therefore by the court ordered that
mild receivers pay to said William J. Mur
ray ull wage * dtiu him , notwithstanding said
garnishment proceedings.
"It Is further ordered that suld receivers
pay thu wages ot nil other employes which
nro being withheld by reason uf garnishment
proceedings. And In tha future and until
the further orders of thU court , said re
ceivers are directed not to withhold wages
duo employes ' by reason of garnluhment pro
ceedings. " _ _
TliN'itti'ii loKoll I IKI
TOPKKA , Feb. lli. The St. Joseph &
Grand Island Hullroail company today ap
plied to Judge Hlncr of thu United fitutos
circuit court for an order restraining the
sheriff of Donlphan county from ai'lllng the
St. Joseph bridge for taxox. This Is un old
light and has hven In the courts fur several
yearn , the authorities of Ilunlplmn county
claiming tlio right to assess thu lirldxo mid
thu company contending that the bridge In
part ol Us right of way and should bu
by thu state board.
WENT BEFORE THE MAYOR
Mr. Simcral Seeks to Show Why Spcclit
Should Bo Iiuponchod ,
CHARGES BACKED WITH AFFIDAVITS
City Atloriu-y Cmim-ll Drrlnrrs Unit the
ilileiiriAniilmt : tlio ( 'oiliii'lliinui Is
Mot .strung CnniiKli to U'urrnut
tlm Act Idii Ciinlriiiplntrd.
Mayor llonils ll.itcni'il ycntonlay ndvrnoon
to it formal iircsonlntluii u ( tlio cliar LM
iiRalnsl Uutincllnuin Hpcclit by K.V. . Shu-
oral.
Allldnvltfl wore prosi'iitod , slMiicd by
CU'orgo K. Spcchl , It. S. Ilerlln , John Krclc
unil B. U' . Slmurnl.
Tlio llrnt naiiipil tlpposcd Hint the coiinoll *
knnn proposcil to hint In the fall of issit to
form a company for street lighting , nnroulnit
to co that the company xecureil a contract
from the city and to ailvanco ucli means as
might bo necessary , but ho would have to
keep hla own connection with the
matter tlnrk bccaiiso of his position
ns a mfinbcr of the city council.
Alllant further deposed that his council-
mnnlc tinclp hail backed him In tlio Metro
politan Street LlKlitliiK company ; had en
dorsed nnmeroiiH nolcH , asKfcgatliiK $3.tM ,
for tlio purchase of tlio plant of the Sun
Vapor l.lghtliu ; company ; had drawn ifSOO
as his Kliaro of the prollts of the buslntMa ;
and had furnished a largo number of llghtH
and supplies used by the company. llo
further chargeil that the councilman hail
solicited other parties to sign notes for llm
company , anil that the Sixth ward repre
sentative had pome of tlio slock of the com
pany In his possession , although It was imulo
out In thn niimo of another party as a blind.
The allldiivlt of Ilorlln was to the effect
that ho had been approached by both the
Spcchts , who had Induced him to sign notoH
for the purchase of the plant , nnd that ho
had been given twenty-two'nnd a half shnros
of stock to Indemnify him. These shares ho
had transferred to one Mitchell , a relative of
Ills , as ho did not want to llguro openly In
tlio matter.
Krck deposed that ho had been told by
Spcclit that ho owned some of the stock , anil
would raise some money on It to dlschnrgo
nn obligation for which Krck was hold. Slm-
eral swore that Specht made a similar r.tato-
nicnt to him relative to the settlement of u
chilli ) .
Slmeral Introduced copies of the checks by
which Specht had been paid at various tlmo.i
the sums of 1500 , ? : ! 00 and $100 by CJeorgo
Spcclit , the originals being In the possession
of the mayor.
City Attorney Council conducted the exam
ination as the representative of the mayor In
the matter , and before taking up the other
slJo of the case asked Mr. Slmoral whether
ho did not think that the fact that the stat
ute of limitations had run , so far as a crim
inal prosecution was concerned , would not bo
a bar against Impeachment. The latter re
plied that he did not think that Impeachment
was over outlawed as long as the party re
mained In olllcc.
SI'KCIITS STATKMENT.
Spcclit was then asked to make his state
ment. Ho said that ho was visiting hla
family In Waterloo , la. , where they luul
been for several months , and when lie re
turned he found that the Metropolitan Street
Lighting company had secured the contract
for gasoline lighting. Ho denied the clmrgii
of his nephew that ho had gone there to
avoid voting on the matter In the council.
Ho said that Gcorgo Specht had been putting
In his time with George J. Sternsdorff at the
legislature , and had tolrl him that Bterns-
dorlt was going to got the necessary money
from Oxnnrd to run the business ; that
Sternsdorff did go to DCS Molnos ,
Norfolk and Grand Island looking for
Oxnanl. but WHO .unablu to flnd him
and did not get the money ; that on Stcnis-
dorlT's fallnro lo rulao tlio cash the twenty-
two and u half shares of stock that had
been Issued to him wore turned In , and these
wcro the shares that were turned over to
Berlin. The councilman detailed a lot of
family history , setting forth what ho had
done for his nephew and the lattcr'n father ,
advancing largo sums of money from tlmo to
tlmo until they were Indebted to him to the
extent of several thousand dollars. IIo ad
mitted signing a note for $1,500 In favor of
the Omaha National bank for a loan , v/liich
with ? 700 secured from Air. Dean of the
Ilauiu Iron company made up the $2,000
which George Spcclit took to Canton , 0. , to
buy the plant of tlio Sun Vapor company ,
the remaining $2.000 of the pure-huso prlu < >
being provided for by the four notes which
Uerlln was induced to sign. Specht said
ho did do all In his power to assist his
nephew In the matter in the way of helping
him to raise tlio necessary money , but Bald
It was bolely duo to his deslro to help Ilia
relative and not from any personal Interest
In the business , as ho never had any mioli
Interest. Ho said he had never held any
of the stock , but ho had furnlshiiJ lamps 'for
the company. Ho maintained that ho hail
a perfect right lo do so , just the same us ho
furnished them for lighting contractors In
several other cities. It was for this that
ho received all the money that had over
been paid him.
During the course of his remarks the coun
cilman became considerably u.xcltcd and ox-
changbd porno lively personalities with
Simcral , during which criminations nnd re
criminations were Imrled around with the
most reckless abandon. "Dirty coward , "
"blackmailers , " "liars. " "boughl-tip wit
nesses" and lioveral kindred appellations
wcro pitched across tlio table until the
mayor Intimated thai ho would bo nnablo tu
dccldo the matter on evidence of that kind.
Mr. Council oald ( hat ho would Ilko to
Introduce some threatening loiters that
George Spenht hail sent both to the council
man and to himself.
An informal talk clon < nl the hearing.
Slmeral admitted that ho was not wasting
any love on Spcclit , but said that ho was
not Inllnenced In his present action by 111 : )
personal fcullngB. IIu was xallsflcd that
the evidence wan sulllclcnt to uhow that the
councilman \\.as not the kind of representa
tive the "Hy ought to ha\v , and his moUvo.s
In presenting the matter woru of the beat.
Tlio city attorney sahl ho Ihought the
cvldonoo InsuJIlcU'iit on which to base Im
peachment , as It was wholly circumstantial
and there was so much animus on both BlJoa
that it rt'llcoletl adversely.
The mayor took the matter under advise
ment , unit Thomas Kwohe , who appeared ; vi
thu custodian of Mr. llorlln's ullldavlt ,
pocketed the document and went homo.
Ono word describes It , "perfection , " Wo refer -
for to lie Witt's Witch Hiuul Salve , euros
piles.
tee lint * r If * * iintltr tlili Ite.ul , ilftu
cent * ; ( itcli H'hUtlunu' ' I ite , ttucr.nl *
HAUL Unlon M. , wife of the lalo
W. Hall , ut Lincoln , Nob. , J'Vbrnary 15 ,
1891. KutioB.il from resilience of Andruw
S. Vunkimin , . ,711 Jonoa Hlroft. Monday
itt 1 p , in. Krli'ndD Invlled. Interment
1 'rasper I Hill.
HMlLHY--Jiihn U. , ul Aurora. Neb. , Ftbru-
ury II , 1MH. I'lineral will leave Union
ilcpol. Tenth nnd Mumm ftrec-lH , Ktbrnary
17 , ISil. Inli'i'inent I'mcpcd Hill ecnip-
tcry. Mr. Smlloy lived In Omaha until
TillUKAI.'i'V : M.UtlCKT.
INSTKUMKNTS placed on record rebruary
10. 1881 :
WAIIHANTY URKDH.
Pioneer Townwltc company to Henry
Lor.cmiui , lot 9 , block 11 , Itcnnlng-
ton . 135
Mlna Wlrth and bn.sbanil tu 1'abst .
IlrowliiK company , o > , i lot 12 und
nil lot 13 , l.locl ; r , . IlogM | K ll'n luhl l&.OOO
J T OunnliiK rt nl to Herman Hank of
Mlllard. lot U' . block VI. Mlllurd. . . . 3.COO
C 10 Halicock to Mury l < HIinnmndH ,
lot 13 , block I , I''ckcnnun I'laci ; . W )
gUlT I'l.AlM UI'UJOH ,
J I HedlcU to CV TlllRun , part lot
20 , J I Hedlck'H add. anil part block
11 , Mihillv of J I Ui'illcVs iuld . 1
I N WnUon tu K C McLaiiKblln , lots
18 to 81 , 17 , block 1. V.illcy I'laoe. . . . J
DLMODH.
H H Iroy ( county truiikinrer ) to Mary
O Hodfonl , lot 2U , blqck 2 , Hlivv-
t homo .
Total amount of tiMliafcra . < 19,127
A blight cold , It noglectoi ] , often attack *
the lungs. Brown's Iironchlnl trochees ilv ;
sure and ImmeJIato relief. Hold only Iu
boxes. I'rlco 25 cents.

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