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THE. * OMAHA DAILY BEEfcfl TUESDAY , . MARGE 27 , 1891. 8PEG1HL NOTICES. Advertl * mnU for these columns will l < e taken Until 12.14 p , m. for thn evening nnd until : p. m. for the morn I nit nnd Sunday edition' . Advertisers by twiueMIn * a numbered check , ran hav Answer * oddreiu > d to n numbered leltM In care of Thellee. . Answer * no nddrcM'd will b dMlvertd upon prencntntlon of the Pheck. WANTED MALE HELP. Rate * , lic ! word first Inncrtlon. to word thereafter. NotlilnK Ukn forJeM iin ijC- bOLlflTORSrTEAMsTitRNISHKDi IJJSTALL. menl goods. American Wringer Co. . 1MJI ' ' 0 ! * ' Il-STS nl lit ACIENTS , 8AI.AIIV On COMMISSION. THn en-Hint Intention of th nut. The * ' * * > ! rnl Chtmlral Ink ErniilnK Pencil. Hella on night Work * Illtn mnirlc. AK nl nre myk. In * IK00 to J1K.OO per week , t-or further imrtlctilnni write tlm Monroe Eraser Mr * , t-0. . J5 Ji. ' " c"- Wl > ! " > 77' TAILORS WANTED AT FllANK J. IIAMIIK'S. I.IVn BOLIC1TORH CAM EARN THOM IJ.W TO J5.00 ptr day. Apply 17 , Qranlto block. 11 2/1AC * WANTED. CANVAR8ERH ! GOOD I'ATINO buslnoiix. 1614 Iznnl i-trrct. H-MG32 3 MKHHRR. WIIEATLEY & IIATKH , LTD. . HIH-.P- riclil. England , are prer-nred to appoint an nitent for lh ntAl * of Netiraika for Ihc jnlc or Wlirntl yiHnp IIHter Ale. This nrtlel v has achieved i-normnuii HUCCI-M In th" United KliiR- ( lom and I * without doubt the bent " " " ' "Jj" " ? ! ! rating bctf-ragi * over Introduced It will no nhlppnl both In l tll nnd In cask fur ly'ttilnu In the ITnltwl Hinted. Only linns lit time j with boor bottlers and rommandlnir Inw lnlliienc < j will IK. treated with. Apply I'V Mtrr ' " . flr > T , W. Cloudidnle , 672 Columbus menue. New H-M.fci * York. - - _ WANTED-ri/JRIST AND OARDESER. A limn who und mtandi III * buslneiw nnd IH vvlll- in * to work. 0m either rent or "I'1' " "H Khnres. Hot hoimo and KanU-n. TliM H K' * " to m.ikis it " ' opportunity for the rlnht mnn , , Aitdn-m with iinrtlriilnra nnd reference . w. " . 8. D. " > t-"l ) I.a llee. llapld City , _ _ \NTED RELIAIILE AND EXI'KllIENi'ED man to 'noil mir fnmouii Carter niM mi-mnde to c nlomer * . Only thoiie who have ft trade need npply. AddrcM Carter Pant , , Co. . JI4 H. Clark street , Clilcaicn. _ | t-M ln-i WANTED ! Tiv A FIRHT-CLAHH imi'sn. party who cnn Blv bond to sell hulehon. t' > l . machinery and HUpplleH , flno line of liii led ilellcoclei nnd lunch flupplleii nnd fiill lHi .of liar KlnMware und utenmii In NI'rnckn. . iMiiith- , -rn lona. elc. Kr partlciiliirn aildwjw Km tier jt lllnrlclia , Kl. I'uul. Minn. _ lt Mjil S _ HAI.ia.MAN CAN SIXTHH LINK OP . beltlnn and Boncrnl rubber from i manufnciurlni ? i-orponitlon. A llrnt-chiss line for n lln.t-cUin man. 1' . O. l x 1371. New York. n-MfU 3. ' WANTED FEMALE HELP. Hate * . IHc word fltut Insertion. Ic a word thereafter. Nothing taken for lew than 2 > c. WANTI3D. HHST OP WAGES TO COMI'IITUNT Klrl : muni bo BOW ! cook and Iaumlrci"t. Sirs. J. M. Tliuriiton , 2108 Fnrn.ini Htruct. Cil3 WANTIM ) . A WOMAN TO MANAUtS A brunch bi lne < u ; muHt have a BO" < 1. common business education. Address ! ' 17. / " ' ' - . . - , \VANTj"t ; ) . oirtL , FOU on . . work. Call at 113 So. 32d. C- 27- WANTED. DRESSMAKER TO HEW IN FAM- lly , must bo able l cut and lit oc.inH'lly and rnme well recommendtd ; ivaKCS not iili'ive l.jj per Jar. Address F C4. life. C-SM 2. ' FOB BENT HOUSES e-nooM COTTAGI . MODKHN , ciiuiur : IN Stanford Circle. C. S. UlgtUtcr. 201 Bee build- Ing. - * " HOUSES. K. K. DAULINO. I1AIIICCR ULOCIv. uoonnN S-UOOM uouac. si . MASON AQUNCY , C07 UHOWN IILOCK. AQ'CV. HUTCHINSON. 16U Fnrnam. 1J-MS1S 1130 _ nCNTAI. AQENCV. SIinilWOOD , 423NV Y. Life. I ) 22G A5 * ron nnNT TO A SMALL family without children , n nlcu nine room modern Imiue , 310 North 20th St. , rent UMon- bk . lloggn & Hill. 1403 Karnam St. D-219-A5 _ _ I'lllBT CLASS , Wni.I. LOCATED HOUSES. L. B. Skinner , 3 > 0 N. Y. Life. -3H _ s-nooM .iiousu. ALL MODHRN. COD I-ARK avenue. Inquire at 611. D M4T3 A13 4-ItOOM MODERN FLATS. 21TH AND LEAV- cmvurlh. J. W. Kqulrc , 213 Ilea It'ld'B. I' US APARTMENTS. 4 TO 7'ilOOMS. IN CLOWRY " bUlldlnes , ICth nnd ChlcnRo"Directs ; ull con veniences ; rents low. Apply to Itubeiln. 1614 Olitaiso street. * . . D MOSO'AID * aix-itooxr eovTAon. 037 N. 2vri r 112.00. Ihnulro 828 South ISth street. D-1IT2725 COMrORTAIU.E. CONVKXHINT. mwleratc rrnt.tla ; best 3 and 4-room yultcH fyr hoilieKcepero only. References ri'tUlied. | Also G-ioom Billtu In tenement. 816 So. 22.1 Htrcet. HOUHI : 01 ? 7 SEVIN TOR RINT AT JII.M. KM 8. 27lh St. U 73J 2 < 5 roil RUNT , 8-HOOM IIOUHi : . MODKRN. KUR- nlshed \infurnlslicHj. . in : S. 10th Htiort. _ _ 1).M7C1 KOR RliNT NINi : ROOM MODKRN HOl'rtll In a family without small chlldri'ir. 2J > ) | D.ivenMirt | St. 1 > ; 'J7-2S * _ KKI.KKNNKY&CO. . R. 1. CONTINENTAL III.'K D30 3 HOOM COTTAOn , JfiOO S. 14TH STRIJUT. ' . 0. Inquire 828 S. 18th street. D M8Vi 31 * HIX'ROOM COTTAdK , 3015 LKAVENWOUTH. D MS4J 28 * _ j'ou nr.NT , 2 GOOD itousns IN nnsT PART Nof , OUy rent \ery reasonable to tlrstchins pee ple. N. Hhclton. 310 N. Y. Life. D MS'iJ 29 roil R | INTTTlOOD DRTACIIIJU NINC-ROOM IKIIIHO , Jii2l Cnpltol avenue. Also 8-room linnae. 4 > IU' Si-VMird Htrcet , Orchard Hill. II. H. Itohl- HOII , Roifiu 7 , Commercial National , D-MS'JS FUBNISHED BOOMS. Rules , I c nin-d Hrst Insertion , lo a word therpaftcr. Nothing tiiken tor less than ! 3c. S FURNISHUD ROOMS FOR HOUSUKHKI'- in for man and wife. Rent taken In board. 319 N. 17th. , ' U-2CQ _ ri'RNIHIIHD ROOM ; GUNTLKMAN. 2H17 HAR- ney at , K-CSi ia * _ 1'ARI.OR SUlTAIII.i : TOR TWO OR TIIRIU : Kenllrmeiu al i room on second Ilinir. Verj" u-aHon.ible. 13I I Farnain. n M.K ) 8' _ FIRST KI.OOK OK MODERN RRICK , KINIILY furnlshnl for hoiiHekrepInK ; 3 car lltic'i ; rent moderate. 2003 Hurt street. U MSJ7 27 * TURKU ROOMS F1IRNISI1KD FOR l.HIIIT UouscUfepIni ; , ili.OO. 1123 N. ISth street. 12 MHI9 27' ROOMS SUITE. 1ST CLASS HOARD. : iaj - E-SS1 A2t rt'RNISHKl ) ROOM ; GENTLEMAN. 2i l7 1IAR- ney mrt-M-u IIMsa ? 1 FURNISIUH ) ROOMS. ALL , MOD- fill romi'iilrnccti : board If ilealreil. 411 N. lllt ! ) , jleferem-es reciulnnl. IJ Slsw 1 HAIKU : , HANDSO'MIJLY AND NnwiTv rru- nUhetl IIM > UIS with prUate bath , lawn and all onvcnii ncyg. M13 1'urnam street. J3 MOI J7 TWO ru.ixtANT SOITTH FRONT 'ALOIts \\IIIi or without furniture , 1U2 llnuiinl ntivi-1. - BOOMS AND BOAIUX Rates , IHc wort ) first Insertion , lo a word thereafter , Nothing taken for less than 2Jc. JOUNQ WO.MUN'8 HOMi : , UNDIIR CARK OF XVomtu's Christian association. 111 S , llth it , r-su DOLAN HOUSK. 811 NORTH ISTH STUB El * . Uood rooms , xood table , reuuonablo ratos. ratos.A13 A13 TWO IMN12 LARGK ROOMS. WITH BTRItirTiY llr t-cluM board. 2103 Do\iglas street , F-MiLl ? HIXIMS ANO * HOARD. IIRUNNAN FLATS. 1WI California. K-M722 ASl' 1-OH RHNT-NICKLY FURNISHii > ROOMS. with board , modern convulencen. I'topla , 1731 Davenport St. F-7M-3 > PAY UOARD AT 192 F nooMaANi > noAUD. RIIFKR. ence. 2114 Farnam. F St7 31 * _ .JFOB BENT-.VNFUBNISH'D BOOMaT Rates ; l\io word flr t Insertion , lo a word thereafter. Nothing taken for lesi tlian lie , ( I'.N'rURNISIIUD CHAMWIUH FOR HOl'Hi : . kveplne to man and wlft > . No children , 31'J N. 17lh. G657 FOR BENT STOBEB AND OFFICES Rates , lOo line each Insertion , 11.60 line per month. Nothing taken for leu than lie. THU 3-8TORY HlURB IIUILDING. 1111 FAR- uaut su DOCKS < b Hill , itui I'arnam it. OFFICES FOR RENT IN TUB KCHLITZ bulldlnc. Kth and Horney. Special Imluct- jt nts Iveld out to permanent tenants , Apply to Jobst llroi , rooms 64 and Cl Schlltx build. Inc. 1-ilJSt MONTHS LEA8U OK B1X3RE , W 8. JTTII. WANTIJD. I'ARTY TO 8IIARH OFHfH WITH < 4llorn r. N. Y. Hf Ulde. ; rent. JiOO. A4- dim Jf IT , UiM. 1-MW4 TOR R.ENT-STOHES AND OFFICES. Continued. FOR RENT. THE 4-HTORY IIIUCK 1IUILDINO. IK KnrnAin St. The tulldlng has a fireproof cement basement , complete steam heating fix tures , nater on all floors , gas , etc. Apply at the wnn of Tha I > e. 1 9H roil RKNT UIHK : ROOMS AUSO I-ORTION op KfKHl ornce In Innlnegi * renttr , SM'ajnie llde. ! cheap rent Adlre < V W , llee. I-MMS34 * AGENTS WANTED. Raton , Irtc n line eaei : Insertion. i\.M \ a line per month. Nothing taken for lens than > c. AGENTS WANTF.D-NEW IIOfflEIIOLD Aim- cle. sells at sight , (5,00 nvernge ( Lilly pronts. Address I' . Howard Manf. Co. , Providence , 11. I. ' J-M7W FOR RENT-PART PI' VERY DEHIRAULi : oinccs , near iiith and Fiirnam , plenty alKti room. F S3 , Uee. J 71W-Z" WANTED , EITHER SEX , TO INTRODUCE our Improved irm nnd vainr > to\e covers ; con- omlzer of fuel nnd cooklni ? ntenilln. SeMd stamp for particular * . Gasollni : Economy O > . > Cleeland. . O. J-.M911 3 * 'WANTED xo BENT. Rates , IVJc wonl flrnt lnertlon , lo n word thereafter. Nothing taken for let * than 2oQ. WANTED. HOUSES FOR RENT. W. O. TEM- plelon. SOS Paxlon block. K2 1 _ WANTED , FURNISHED HOt'SE FOR SIX monlh * or } enr , from May I , for family three , no children. Address F 7. IJee oilier. Iv * " * 51773 * S COTTAOES-WE HAVM I'AUTtErt DESIHINO KPll'lociiteil cottages. ( Innln Ilrun. , 210 N. \ . jlfp. K MSOS 27 WANTED , KITIlNISIinn COTTAOE FOR 3 Oil 6 montlm. AildrrsH ! Cl , Hec. K M870 WANTED , llOAltl ) AND HOOMrt IN PlttVATE Cntlmllo family for two ffOtlemen ; tmmt if within fiveblockx iKittolllci. . . AiUImm 1' 53 , ! ! < ollkv. K MKW M * STORAGE. ItAtcs , lOc n line each Insertion , $1.M a line per month. NotlilnK taken for leio tlmn ic. BTOIIACJE FOU HOUSEHOLD OOOUU ; CLEAN ana cheap rate. 1U Wells , lilt I'arimin. I'arimin.M M 838 BTOHAOE. WILLTAMS & "crtOH. 12H HAUNEY. M SS3 WANTED TO BUY. Hates. l'/4o word flrnt Insertion , lo n word thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 23e. IIIOHTEST IMUCE PAID KOIt SECOND-HAND furniture , carpets , stoves , etc. 0. II. Ilrown , va N. ISth. Tel. 1711. N-34 A3 _ WANTED TO 1IUY. TEN TEAMS BUITAULE for milk. A. MncDoimld , qlly gnrliuBe con tractor. N Milf 2S _ WANT TO inn' AN m-IUflHT ENOINE AND luillcr from 2 to B lion * r wer. AililreMH c. J. 1' . . IOT K. llth Bticct. N-MWJ ) _ roTBSALE HOBSES.WAGONSJETa Kates , lee n line each Insertion , SI.M n line per month. Nothl.ic taken foi less than 2Jo. ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES AT WC ON THE After March C I wilt have on exhibition ( for a short lime only ) at 1213 Tarnum street , Oninhn , a full line nt line carrlOKes , coupes , landaus. Victorias , park nnd canopy rlsw , btignles. phae tons , carts , buckboard * . nil kinds of business nnd pleasure wapons , drnys. milk and delivery wagons , which 1 will close out nt DOC OX THE DOLLAII. A full line nnd everythingflrst-clas- ? . Come nnd see nml be convinced that you can buy anything you want nt luilf prlco ut 1213 Far- nam street. Omaha , N.U. p MUMAUaH 1' 1C3 AJ FOK BALK , B OOOD YOUNO WOIIK HOUSES , wt. about 1.400 Ibg. ; 6 stt double harness ; S waeous , almost new. Will B H nil or part cheap for cash or time. If. Hall. Flor ence. Noli. ' ' FAMILY HOUSE TOH SALE. INQUIIIE AT Llnsi-ea Oil works. I1 MStS 27 FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Hates , l'ic ' won ! first Inscrllon , Ic a word thereafter. Nothine taken foi less than 2oC. I1ALED 1LVY FOU BALK. THE STANDARD Catlli : Company , Amep , Neb. , Im\o Z.OOO tons of good barn stored hay for bale. All orders filled promptly. Q 8S7 KOH SALE TWO FOOL AND TWO ] JILLTARD tables , Mnnhattnn st > lc. monarch cushions , slzo < H by 9 , nnd nil fixtures pertaining thereto. Tables not used ono year \et. Will sell or trade. For particulars write to Prank dcorke , Carroll City , Iowa. Q 201 A4" POIl SALE. "SECOND HAND ENGINES , IN Hrst clasi shape , from 5 to 40-horne pnwer. In- dmtrlal Iron Works. Omaha. Q 321A8 ST. IlEUNA-nD 1'UITIES. I' . O. 11OX 69J , city. Q-M4M n5 FOU SALE. NICE CLEAN C.llAVEL. OMAHA Silicon Wall Piaster Co. , Ci ; First National bank. Q-MKO alC roil SALE , TIIUEB HtTNlIllt ) BUSHELS OK early need polntoes nt foity-tl\c cents. E. W. Crane , 318 N. 38th street. Q MC05 27 * rOH SALE. CHEAP , A CO-HOUSE POWER automatic enclne ami boiler , neatly new : also low J. Leftvll turblniIn gootl older. Henry IJurRdorf ; plmore. ( Neb. Q MJi IS * FOR SA"LE ntEsii cows A NO CALVES. 2S2S Welwtcr Htreel , Q M8S9 3l FOR HA LE. 1'HOTOGUAl'H fAMlTllA. CX8. lens , tripod , etc. , complete , as good UH ne\v JG.OO. Also n No. 2 Kodak , $23.00. 13. W. lnn- netl , 501 Ilronn' block. Q MWO 29 * MISCELLANEOUS. Rates , ! Ho n nerd first insertion , lo a word thereafter. Nothing taken for leas than 2Jc. < WE WILL MAIL A COl'V OP OH. KEELEY'H "Treatlstt on the Liquor Habit" ftco of charge and In plain cnvclopex upnii ntiplluulou. Ad dress , The Keeley Institute , Ulnlr , Neb. R-CSt 2 CLAIBVOYANTS. Uates , I lie , word first Insertion , lo a word thereafter. Nothing taken for lesu tlian 25c. MRS. DR. II , WARHEN , CLAIRVOYANT , RE- llable business medium ; 7th ) ear at 119 N. 18. B-SSS. MASSAGE , BATHS. ETC. Rates 1H ° n word first Insertion , la a wonl thereafter. Nothing taken for less than Ke. MADAMU BMITH. COS S. 13TII. 2ND PLOOlt. room 3. Massage , xapor , alcohol , ateam , sul- phurlnn and sen baths. T MS.'l 31 * > MADAM BROWN. 1314 CAl'ITOL AVENUB. 2d lloor , room 4 , massage , ulchohol. sulphur nnd sea baths. -T M717 23 MASSAGE. MADAME I1UUXARD , HID DODGE. T M8U ! 2 PEBSONAL. . IHo n word first Insertion , la a nerd thereafter. Nothing taU n for l s than 23a. V1AVI. HOME TREATMENT POU LADIES. Health Uwk and condtiltnilon tret , . Addresser or mil. Vlu\l Co , uullu 210 Uea IJUlff. IjlJy nllendant. U M3H UNTIL rURTHER NOTICE JOHN NELSON IS the onlr person employed by ino to do tha clranlnc ofaults nnd ccsstpouls. A. llacDoa- aid. City Uurbnvv > Contractor. U M2ltAt > MASSAGE TREATMENT. ELECT1'.O-THERJ1U baths. Scalp und hulr tmittiu-nt , manlcuro and chiropodist. Mrs. Test , 319h & ISIh.Wlthncll bll < U-830 COMl'Ot'ND OXYGEN CURES ASTHMA , hronchltlu. ronsumpllon. caturrn. etc. Thr e das free nt R. 33 Douglas blk. Idtli and Dader. U 131 a3 WANTED. I1V A MIDDLJ7-AC1E1) AMERICAN Inily. sllimtlon n liousi'l < e < 'j > ei wlicnt shi CHH l > o one ot the family ; waffs moderate ; refi > r- I'liecs. Adili s t'"M. llee. U M82S 2S ASrilOLOClEK "OLD DR. I'At'L CASTOR ; " send dnto o ( blrtb. Hex , M cents und Hlanip fpr fuluro prospects , marrlHW , business. spei-uO- Ihiiu all affnliu ; mi'nllon papr. 22i Third u\e- nutf , llux 31 , Now Yotk. U MOOS 2I MADAME LA ROOK HAS OPENED MASSAI1E parlors at Kill Hownril Rlrtvt. 3d it.xjr fnnit to loft. Imnroxed innmietle , Mtnpiithlc , riilphur nnd nli-ohiillc bnths , betS rentful and curathe. Improved Swedish band rubbing , ! ' a. in. io S p. in. 1'arlorn 3 and 4. r Mim 8 * _ OEORUB OIIISON , AOED AIKH'T IF 4. NA- tl\ of EiiKlanil , who wns In Montunn and Idaho In the se\rntles nml early vlKhtlts. com- inunlenteH with us prior in DecemlM-r next ho will hear of somelhliiK to his mluinliigiLewjn A , Oroir & Lefroy , Iit\vyers. lirndliui > bulldlnf , - * MONEY TO LOAN BEAL ESTATE. Rates , lOo a line each Insertion , Jl.M a Una ptr month. Nothing taken for less than Kc , _ LOANS oFPiMriiovuU "AND UN"IMI'ROVED city property. 13,000 and upwanla. C to " 6H per rent ; no delays. W. Parnaui Smith i Co. , 13JO l'urnaiu. W-tn _ _ _ ANTHONY LOAN AND TRUST CO. , 31) N. Y. Life , loans at. low rutra for cnolca aecurlty on Nrbnuku ami , Io\m farms or Omaha city propurty. W t'JJ MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE O , P. Davis Ox , UOi Farnam , tt. \V-i > MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ON Improved and unimproved Omaha real eatau , 1 lo C jcara. Ptdtllty Trust Co. 1792 Furnam. * MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS IN DOUQLA3 county and Omatui city property. No delay. FUellty Trust Co. . 17M Fanum it. W-M8M LOAN AND TRUST CO. , 30(1 HEE bulldu > ( . W-7 i When I V/ask / a Gal washday was always a petfgft dreaj , but land sakcs.it aint no chore at aH now since Jhon fAine/pjJK / folks got to making. s a I | Ifsart&iVlsfhetcst fhfng for HOUSEKEEPERS that ever was a nventeJ.v aa ir rT7//vK . JT3 islhe = 3 § CHEAPEST ; for if saves TIME , LABOR And CLOTHES. ? i j | Wei f ? ' ! I pnro and unadulterated , whllo for rapid cleansing power it has 116 cijunl. N. K. FAIRBANK & CO. , Chicago. MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE. Continued. MONtlY TO LOAN ON OMAHA ritOI'UHTV. and Nebraska fnnn nt from 0 lo 7 per -cent. W. U. Melkle , first Nafl bank blJg. W S34 TO LOAN ON IMI'tlOVKD OMAHA leal estate , llrennan , Loi'O & Co. , I'axton blic. w Mm _ _ OMOHA LOAN & TIIUST CO. . 18TII AND Douclua Bta. . loan money on city and farm property at lowcat rate * of Interest. W 863 MOHTUAOU LOANS. A. MOOHU 501 N. Y. Life. ' * M'-JMAS _ LOANS ON UKAL , ESTATE , WARRANTS. GOOD note * , etc. , bought. Uar\ln Bios. . 210 N. Y. Life. W-2T3 _ WANTUD , APPLICATIONS TOIl LOANS. J. D. Zlttle. llro-an blk. . Omalio. W 033 _ LOANS WANTUU ON CITY AND FA11M property. J , N. I'rcnicr , opp. 1' . O. ANY ONK DUSUUNO TO IX3AN FROM i,0ft ) . < to JIS.OOO.W on Ken < l xccurlty nml at a bis rate of Interest will do well to Investigate. AiWress I' . O. Hot 7W , Omalin. W MSIB 27 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. Ilfllcs , lOc a line each Insertion. $1.50 n line per month. Nothing taken for less tlian 2ic. _ WILL LOAN MONBY ON ANY KIND OF security ; strictly confldentlal. A. K. Harris , room 1. Continental block. X 887 _ MONUV LOANED ON rUIINlTUItC , PIANOd. all.nittclea ot value. Ji'ied Terry. 43U Ham so block. X SM _ _ _ LIKi : l N8UJlANCn 1'OLICIR.H IX3ANCD ON or bous.it. K O. Clieaney , Ivunius City. Mo. M687 _ SHOUT TIME LOANS' . 701 N. Y. LIFB 11LDO. X-A120S u8 _ THE PLACE TO IJORHOW MONEY ON HOUSUHOLDTUnNITimE. MO.NUV ON ItOUSI.-S AND MULMd. MONUV ON WAGONS AND CAIIUIAGES. MONEY ON 1'IANOS AND OUOANS. MONEY ON WAHEIIOUSK nECEllTS , , MONEY ON MEllCHANDISE. MONEY ON ANY CHATTEL SECUIUTIES , MONEY ON sooda tlnit remain with you. MONEY IPOU WANT NO I'UnLlCITT. MONEY IN larRu or nnmll amounts. MONEY AT LOWEST I'OS-SIIILE IIATF.S. MONEY IN QUICKEST 1'OSSIHLD TIME. MONEY THAT > ou may pay back nt anytime arid In any amount. Is-nt KOOM 4 , WIT1INDLL block , cor. ISIIi nnd Hnrrey stn. . TUB FIDELITY LOAN QUAIIANTEB CO. MONEY TO LC vN We will loun you any sum which you \vlsh , small or large , ut the lowest possible rates , In the quickest possible time nnd for nny length of time to suit jou. You can pay It back In such InntallmentB ns you wish , when you wish , nnd only pay for It us lone as jou keep it. You can bonow on . . HOUSEHOLD rURNlTURE AND riANOS. HORSES. WAGONS AND CARRIAGES , , WAREHOUSE IcEt-EllTU MERCHANDISE ] , OR ANY OTHER SECURITY , Without publicity or removal of property. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. , 30G SOUTH 1CTH STREET , First lloor aliovo the street. _ _ THE OLDEST. LAROEST AND ONLY INCOR PORATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA. . MONEY TO LOAN ON HORSES. WAGONS , pianos nnd furnlturo of nil kinds. Uuslness confidential. . J. 11. Haddock , room 427 namga block. X-89S BUSINESS CHANCES. Rales , lOo a line each Insertion. J1.50 a line per month. Nothing taken Coi leas than zoo. DRUG STORE. CENTRALLY LOCATED ON easy teims. Ilex 618. city. Y 900 MEAT MARKET TOR SALE , CENTRALLY located ; lilted up first clats ; dolnc good busi ness. Address C. IJee ofllce. Council llltiffs. Y 287 A7 I1EST PAYING SALOON IN OMAHA ; PART cash , balance trade : slikncss onuso- for selling. D. J. Wilson , 1714 N. ' 25th "nil eel , Omaha , Neb. TOR SALE , AT A 11AHOAIN , ALL OR IIALV Inlercxt In n well ewlabllshed live stock com mission business. AddressP , 45 , Ier. FOB EXCHANGE. Rales , 10a a line each Inmrllon , ll.M n line per nmnlh. Nothing UKen for less Ihim 25c. STOCK OF MILLINERY AND NOTIONS ; want horses and caltle. Box 29 ; . Frankfort , Ind. Z Ml FOR EXCHANGE. $11,500.00 QALVESTON CITY property for merchandise or isaml Nebraska land. Ilex 373 Keanu-y , Neb. Z M28 3 * ilUSINESS L1LOCIC FOR SALE OR TRADE for land or nulxc. In eastern Nebraska. I * . O. Uox 106. Crcalon , Neb. 7. M52I lilC * WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR A GOOD 8-room house In norlh part of clly , conven- lenlly located , good n lBhborhood. Would take vacant lot or smaller house. Address I ! C3 lleo olllco. Z 544 FOR SALE OR TRADE. H.OOO.W WORTH OF pmpcrty In Vernon. Texas ; two cholcu lots In Oivjtnah , Texas ; cheap for cash.ddres < D 20 , llee. Council Blufffc Z CiQ ) - < i I WILL 13XCHANOE 3M ACIira FINE LAND In Cedar county and Klvo J2.000 cash for JS.OOO Block of goods. Address conltdentlal , Ilex 413 David City. Neb. < I OWN 100 FARMS IN NEIJRASICA' KANSAS and Dukola. Will Eell cheap or exchange for md e. , horses und cattle. Address box It. Frankfort. Ind. ' j"1 ATTENTION. CARRIAGE AND HARNESS deulerH-I will cxcliniiitu lot 9. block 4 , llaker 1'lacv. Omaha , for can-lanes nnd harness. Ad dress C. II. Plertc , Hlawutha. Kun. WANTED. TO EXC1IANOE KOIl A TYl'K- wrller or a phaeton , u clear lot In Fleming ; , Colp. C. F. Svrlft , llarlan. Ii . ZWS M * . IMl'UOVEU OMAHA I'llOl'EUTV. Cl.BAIt.Ti > exchange for ttrm-ihis * hotel ; glvo nil part leu- lare. Address r K. lttf. _ y.-Miiai ) ALE Oil TltADE. $1.000 00 WORTH Of property In Venmn. Txa : two choice loin In Onavvnh. Texaa ; cheap for cash , Address p Council 1IIUITH. /-.Minis 3 FOB. SALE BEAL ESTATE. Hates. 1V4 ° Wlinl ( lr l Insertion , lo a word thereafter. Nothing taken for less than Kc. ELEOANT IIOMB ! SIOHTLY coiiNEn. terms easy , modern house , 11 rooms , hard. vviKkl llnlch. nlcu shrubbery , fine ground W45. north of Haiucom park ; worthy of your con- ilderatlon. M. J. Kennard & Co. , WJ and N. Y. LlfB bide. nE-tl _ ONE 200-ACHE I'AHM TOP. SALE. APP'LY TO W. J. Harrison iv A. i > . Itos , on farm , Ulalr. U E MMi _ " ilARQAINS. HOUSES. LOTS AND FARMS. alu or tradu. * ' . 1C. Durllns. Darker block. 303 " CHEAP HOMES roll SALE , llousca and lots , all sizes , location * , nnd prices , taken under foreclosure by caitern partlu who Inslat un InmiedUle sale. Al > a Nebraska farm lands. Will sell at halt value , nnd t.isy term * . R. F. Ranklne. Omaha National Lank. R OREAT SNAP. LEVEL. RICH 'OAIIUEN lands , one mile from city llmlU. ItM.W to JlOO.t- o r ucie. on t > yaara lima ; oin trade. , Call i 0 N. Y. Life bulldlnc. KB-ra Mil * tSTKN-LlTTLE PALACE ! TERMS ; 7 looms ; grate and hot writer heat ; llrst-clais plumbing ; barn for threa hone * : full lot , east frontr east of parkj mutt be Men lo ba appreciated. M. J. JUmiard It. Co , . 90 } and MTN. Y > LlfB bldjf. _ _ _ RE-CU llARQAlN-ailBATEST itf THU C1TT IN \acant lot * . Let ua show you th property , fur now U the lima to make your Invest ments. M. J. Kennard & Co. . 007 and 90 $ N. V. Life bldg. RE- < _ 10 SECTIONS CHOICH LAND : CHEAP ; TERM3 eaiy : colony wanted ! commhulon itberul : alao landa for ( lock and nidie. J. W. Welsloo , Qrant , Neb. 11E-1M AS * FOB SALE BEAL ESTATE. Continued , IIA HO A IN. N. E CORNER 20TH AND HICK- orr. . 1C Marling. Uarkcr block. R E-M37C LOT 0 , IJLK. 172 , CHEAP. F , IJee 6i3 A-1S' FOR SALE , A FINE HOME OF 12 ROOMS oulsldo of balh rooms , closet , pantry , furnace room , etc. , In ono of the best locations , ele- cnnlly furnished and fully equipped In every particular , ready to step right Into , and o bargain for anyone nliout to locnte. The who ! * outnt , liouxc , lot and furniture. J12.000.00. much less than cost nnd only offered for sain on account of family being nvrny much of the time the present year. Address D W. lira. R E-150 nS FOR HALE , 7-IIOOM COTTAGE AND LOT AT 2211 Webster street for W.SOO.OO. Apply on premlsca. R E M443 n3 YOUNO MAN , AllE YOU MARRIED ? IF NOT > mi nrc Kolng to be. You want u home. WHY wpend JMO.OO on a vveildlns trip when this amount will maku the first payment on one of those Imiutlful homes In AVONDALE PARK. ? Nothing like them In the city ; fi lu 8 I-IIOIIIM ; l-very modern Improvement ; electrle llglitx. etc. NOW Is llif lime lo buy. Omaha property will never be cheaper. STOP pa > lnc u-nt. If you don't ) ou nlll never own n home In a hundred yearn. CALL nl our ofllce , 1702 r.irnam street , and jet UH glnw jou this properly , or DRIVE out nnd ceo It , 27th to SStli on Webster btrc-et. RE MSU 28 THREE IJEAtJTIFUL HOMES. ON THE HIGH grounds JUKI off of West Farnam street. Call and wc nlll tell you nil nlout llicm. M. J. Kennard & Co. , W7 und 90S N. Y. Life bldir. RC13 WILL SELL AT A HAROAIN. HOUSE. EARN and lot ; nlso two vacant lotd. coinrr 23lli nvenuo nnd llurdeltejwon ernde. Boner nnd water ; lots well finctt. Apply to owner , Mornnd. 1510 Harncy. ill IUI M731 A21 FOR HALE. 5-ItOOM OfJTTAOi : . 13TH. NEAR Lake slreet ; will welt olioap. Ilex 373 , Kearney , Neb. nil RK M7a TOR SALE-2 HOUSErtAND LOT. 20TH NEAR Lenvenworth , brlnglnic. oed revenue , luirgnln for cash or part clcarJunil. Make offer. G. L. Green. loom 23 , llarkm block. RE 795 SEE THESE llAltaA $1 , > 0 Oil full lot and fi-nSom house. J1.IMO.Oil fnr hmiRf , hen.ttFwlth hot water. J2fiflO.O < ) clolhliiR for a < h nw > . C. D. Hutchlns < jn , 1023 I'ai nam street. " * , R E MSM 27 FOB LEASE-SEAL ESTATE , Rates , lOc n line each .Insertion , ? I.W n line per month. Nothing taken , fitf less than Kc. IXR LEASE. 20 OR 4J-ACRE TRACTS NEAR Floience lukc , J-.OO per afcre. lloggu & . Hill. > ' R-937 MM l'"OH 1H3NT OR SALE , rOUR ACUEH OAR- dell land and 4-room houxe. Call 001 N. 13th str-iet. ; , " , . M720 2S MEBOANTILE ADJUSTMENTS. Rates , lOa n line each In.tortlon , Jl.M n line per monlh. Nollilng taken for less than 23c. THE 'MERCANTILE ADJUSTMENT CO. Cavanagh , Thomas McQllton , Counsel. W4 Karbach block , Omaha. * Adjustments , settlements ) and compromise made for falling of Insolvent merchants. UNDEBTAKEBS AND EMB ALMEBS Rales , IKc word first Insertion , lo a word thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 2JC. H. K. I1URKET. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND embalmor. 1G1S Chicago si. Til. 80. 904 SHOBTHAND AND TYPEWBITINa. VAN SANT-8 SCHOOL OP SHORTHAND. 613 N. Y , Life. Omaha. Ask for circular. M905 OUTLEBY GBINDINO. A. L. UNDELAND IS NOW READY TO DO all kinds ot line grinding at his old stand. 103 S. llth street. 367 alO MTJSIO , ABT AND LANGUAGE. Rales , 10o a line each Insertion. Jl.M a line per month. Nothing taken for less than 25c. O F. CIELLENIIECJK. IJANJOIST AND teacher. 1810 California at. 914 UPHOLSTEBJNG. OLOHE UPHOLSTERING > CO. . GENERAL FUR- nlluro repairing ; estimates and Information cheerfully given. All work called for and prumplly attended to. 2033 Faruam street. Telephone 750. M323 DBESSMAKfNQ. Rates. l'Jc ' vvord first Insertion , la n word thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c. DRE.SSMAK1NO IN FAMH.IE3. MISS STURDY. 421 $ Nlclioaa. | 114 A2 Till : HICALTV MAItlvirr. INSTRUMENTS placed on record March WARRANTY DEEDS. Cornelius Warner to John Domlnn n Vj MW K-lfi-10 J 2,000 \V V Hnrbeie toVllllam Uarberir. loin It nnd 12. Albright & A'a 111 add lot II , block fi , Creli.'liton HelKhtH. . 1,130 CV Clurk and wife to K K IloberlH lot 14 , Kills Place , ' 4,000 II II llnnler to J O Jacob * , lot 15 , block "H , " SuumlcrH & H's ndd. . . . . J,500 S O Cudy to name , lot 15 , block 7. Clovenlale ndd. . . , ( , . , , 400 S.iino to A K Jacobs , lotH la und 14 block 7- same 900 W H CushliiK' and vvlft''to ' J W Bhuw. H 1-3 lot 1. block 11(1113 ( feet of H l-I ! lot 2 , block 14 , Improvement U.HSO- B A 'licnson , 'trust < rtH"nnd"\Vlfo'"t'o ' ChrlHt JluillK , lotBtd , 6 , 7 and K block M. Ueiwon./ , Ueiwon.'J ' \ ) . to M N G.SOO 175 QUIT CLAIM DEEDS. Catherine Itowley ' < lnd hiiHhand to Samuel Itltchle , lota l- , block 7 , Jet- ter'H ad. , , . . . . . . . . r II ; . i Wlllluin Henderson iimjl wlfu toV II ParrlBh. lot 5 , blqck.l2. , Thomua Ac Seam' ndd . . , . . . : . i Sumo to xuinc , lot ll.lilock , 4 , Houth Omaha park . . ' ! . > . . , , . i C 13 Elliott , special muatPr , < o PoitH- month HavlnRH hank , w 'M feet lot 0 , West Hill add . . . , , . . , 700 Total nmqiint of transfers . 119,978 We nlll wnd yon the m rrelntn Frtoch Preparation CALTIIOO f rr and a lf < al guarantee that I\LTIIU3 ! ull"K lor your IIr lUt , MU-enctli aud Vigor. Vie Hand fy ifiatiifitd. Addraaa VON MOIIL CO. BUREAU. SUKS.t 0 > . . 90lniT01tan6 Uulldln ? . OMAHA. NEU. AUvlua I'UEK. MISS MADELINE'S ' PAST LIFE iJvidenco Touching Its Character from the Standpoint of the Defendant. SOME OF THE DEPOSITIONS ADMITTED NpirrnI of the Moro Disgusting \Vorti Sup * lirrsurd .InilRo Itnullcy Make * 11 I'len to tlm 1'rrs * Not In Puli- Ilsli tlio DelwIU. WASHINGTON. March EC. There was great Interest todny to learn the decision of JIHRO | Dradley upon the lulmlssahlllty of drposlllonn Impcaclilni : the character of Madeline Pollard , which the llrccklnrldRO forces had offered nnd to which the liliiliitlft opposed nunicroiis objeclloiis. Itcganllng the awccpliiK denial of thu right to tnlu any depositions , dc bo no esso , under the act of congress crcatlnR the court , the judge said that the judiciary act of 1879 con ferred the right In hroad terms upon any party to any civil action In any court of the United States. It could not bo disputed that tlilH was a court of the United States , and the fact that the court had always main tained the right would justify him In con tinuing to enforce It until a higher court overruled the practice. There were other grounds upon which ho sustained the Irregu larity of the depositions as a whole. Ob jections had been mudo to the deposition of one Urn ml because he refused to nniwer certain questions concerning a woman who had Introduced him to Miss Pollard , said that ho did not want to "glvo away" a mar ried woman and then persisted that ho did not know her name. LACKING IN A MORAL SENSE. The judge said that It appeared that In stead of refusing to answer , the man did not know , or was lying. While the direct examination of the witness had brought out nothing derogatory to the plaintiff he had refused to answer a question whether he had taken liberties with her while riding. What object ho could have had In refusing to answer , If the answer would have In jured the plaintiff , the Judge could not see , since from his own testimony ho was ut terly lacking In a moral sense , ad mitting that although ho was n married man ho was accustomed to visit houses of ill fame. The Judge overruled this objec tion , saying that there was nothing reflect ing on Miss Pollard in the lestlmoily , unless it was that she had consented to associate with such a disreputable character as the Illness had admitted himself to be. The deposition of one Kaufman was also admitted , but the judge spoke very sharply of these last two , saying that they were ut terly unfit to be read before the court , that he would gladly exclude them If he could and expressed the hope that the counsel would see fit to omit the disgracefully ob- sccno matter In them. Ho sustained the objections which hid : been made to the deposition of John O'Toole , Dr , Green and Dr. Lewis , that they were based on hearsay. Ir , Lewis is the physi cian who testified that Colonel Snope , the- late republican candidate for congress In the Lexington district , hod asked him to perform a criminal operation upon a Miss Pollard. The deposition of a Mrs. Miller and of Rosqlle , who had been engaged to Miss Pollard while sliu was In the Wesleyan institute , were admitted , the judge com menting that the plaintiff had placed her character and her maturity In a measure In question by that clause of the declaration which Averred that she had been seduced , on cheek and brow is evidence that the body is getting proper nourishment. When this glow of health is absent assimilation is wrong , and health , is letting down. taken immediately arrests 'waste , regardless of the cause1. Consumption must yield to treatment that stops waste and builds flesh anew. Almost as palatable as milk. Pruparod br Scnlt & Bowne , N , Y. All druceht * . Man Dovalopoil REN'EWED THE OUKAT LIFE Lpivcr. CUI'IUKNE.wlll reMorp all HIP Ki'iioJallvo orkMim. Iniroli'iicy Ini- IiOHHlbhi K OUI'IDr.NE In iisod. Sh'iul for In-n clr- riilarx and lnHtlnioiilnla UAVOL MKDICINK CO. , P. O. Ilex J07U. San Fran- CiHCO. C.- ! . 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" D ( Kit lOlh & Ma oii HlB.1 Omaha 3Wpm , . .Ht , Ixiuis Cannon Kail . i : 35pm by the ilefciulnnt nnd thnt ho WAS a tncro Rlrl when Colonel UmcHlnrlilRO first mot her. her.Hach Hach ildc fltrd objections to the ruling * itRAlnitt It. Then JtulRo llrmlloy nmdo n few remarks In the Interest of publlo tnornllty nml ho snlcl. "Tho court Inn been ( IcIiiReil with nnonyninua letters In this cnitr. tt la unlil that anyone ono who vvoulil write nn anonymous letter should not expect to have nny notice taken of them nnd would do almost anything menu , Some of thcun loiters , however. Room to como from females nnd to be dictated by ROO < ! motives. " Many of them referred lo the publication of details of the trial , nnd while the court could rxcrclso no censorDhlp nvor the press , ho RugKestcd llmt papers should omit the Improper details , an ho thotiRht nonio of these dclnlls If published would subject the papers to exclusion from the malls ns obscene - scene matter. Moreover , It wns almost n calamity to the city of Washington nnd the country at largo that such matter should bo carried broadcast Into Its homes. Attorney Sloll then proceeded to rend the deposition of Joseph Unlley , clerk of the Woodford county circuit court nt Ver sailles. Ky , . from the records of the court. The clerk had testified In 1S84 there were Indictments for murder against Olllo and It. 1 * . llrovvn and that Colonel Hrecklnrldgo had been one of the defending attorneys. It appeared that the trial was In progress on August G , the day upon which Miss Tol- lard had testified that the colonel took her to the IIOUPC of Sarah doss. In Lexington ; also on August 12 , 13 anil 16. The cross- oxamlnatlon of the clerk , read by Attorney Karrcll of Lexington , developed the further Information that during this trial Colonel Ilri'CUInrldgo had frequently driven over from Lexington , returning nt night , nnd sometimes bringing his wife. Ho had at tended the whole trial of Ollle Drown , al though some of the lawyers had not. iinni-Ei ) HIM TRY THIS : CASK. One of the Lexington lawyers , Edwnrd M. Wallace , who had been associated with Colonel llrecklnrldgc In the defense of Olllo llrovvn. had , deposed that the colonel wns present throughout thu trial , arguing the cnia and examining the witnesses , and his statement was rend. Next came the deposition of Judge Rodney O. Hart , who had been associated with Col onel Drecklnrldge ns counsel for the Chesapeake - peako & , Olilo railroad In cases tried In August , 18S4. Tho. deposition of Judge Jerry II. Morton , to prove that the defendant was In Jessa mine county , Kentucky , from August 27 to August 30 , 1SS4 , was read , and the cross- oxamlnatlons showed that the town wns , in hour and a quarter by railroad from Lex ington. Judge Joseph I ) . Hunt's deposition cor roborated that of Mr. Hnggnrt. Theodore Davis , clerk of the court , de posed that Colonel HrecKlnrldge hntl voted In Lexington August 4 , 1884 , nnd W. S. Marsh corroborated his testimony. Nnt L. Kronntigh. lawyer , added his tes timony that Colonel Urecklnrldgc had been engaged In the Jnsgamlne county court from August 27 to August 30. 1884. but could not eay where ho ( Colonel Drccklnrldgc ) had passed his iilghtu during that time. Joseph S. Kaln , proprietor of the Claren don hotel In Loxlngton , deposed that Colonel Drucklnrldgo and tmJmbers of his fam ily had slopped nt the Phoenix hotel , as It was then called. In 1887. Inci dentally , the hotel man recalled an argument which Colonel Ilrecklnrldgo had made on this occasion , and the recollection of the controversy carted the congressman's shoul ders to shako with laughter. After the noon recess a deposition by James B. Ely , ouco clerk of the circuit court of Fayetto county , was read. He remem bered that Colonel Drecklnrldgo 'had been engaged In a case on November 22 , 23 and 24 , 1SS7 , and at the unveiling of the statue of John C. nrecklnrldge , on September 1C , 1887. 1887.The The deposition of Slbter Marie Hyacinth , who was 47 years of age , was read , and said that her memory was very bad , nnd showed that she could not remember that Madeline Pollard had attended the Notre Dumo convent at Heading , O. , of which the sister had been mother superior In 188.1. The deposition of William O. Wood , a carpenter - ponter of Lexington , was rend. Wood wns engaged to Miss Pollard In 1S82 , but when ho told her ho could not take her upon n trip to Europe shu broke the engagement and threw at him the ring he had given her. Ho did not know her ago then , hut consid ered her a young woman. The reading of All E. Julian's deposition and cross-examination closed the day's pro ceedings. Julian Is the blind man whoso adventure with Miss Pollard nt a country frolic on Christmas evening , 1882 , has been the subject of numerous publications slnco the opening of this scandal. WILL .SCRATCH HKIH'KINKIDCK. Union I.riignn Cluli of Chicago to Tnlie Action In tlu > CIIHO. CHICAGO , March 26. ( Special Telegram to The Dee. ) H Is more than probable that at nn early meeting of the Union League club directors the name of Congressman W. f ) . P. Drecklnrldgo will bo scratched from the list of honorary members. The Union League club has been very conservative In electing honorary members , and conferred that distinction upon only three men , ox- President Renjamln Harrison , Chnuncey M. Uepow nnd the Kentucky congressman. At the luncheon hour today , when the club house was crowded with members , the plight of Mr , Drecklnrldgo formed almost the sole topic of conversation. Many members did not know until the public announcement was made that Mr. Ilrecklnrldge'B name was on the honorary roll. It was generally conceded that the Kcntucklan , In view of the recent disclosures , was out of his class , and moro than 100 members of the club ex pressed themselves as favoring his expul sion. The question will probably bo brought before the board of directors In u few days. Tlm .Mini Who Smokcx Wants the best nnd naturally gets Old Dominion cigarettes , Photograph in each package. COULD NOT AGREE. ilurytiK'ii I'all In Itrarh \VnlIot In .11 rs. Kndlgi'r'H Cimo. After having been out for ninety hours the Jury In the cuso of the state against Elolsa Uudlger , charged with having murdered "Raron" Hlner of South Otniha has been dis charged and the prisoner has been remanded back to the Douglas county Jail. At no time during the trial was there a nrosnect of agreement , as It Is understood that J.wo of the Jurors were for acquittal from start to finish. _ KnjohiiMl thu Tiillom. Frank J. Ramge , a tailor ot the city , has secured a temporary restraining order , which will bo heard next Saturday , enjoining Tailors union No. 02 from Interfering with his busi ness. He alleges that the members of the union have brought on a strike In his shops , and that If they uro not rosl rained from carryIng - Ing on their operations tliry will damage Ms business In at least the sum of $100,000. Minor Court Oeorgo White la on tilnl In the nlmliml court charged with having broken Into the stou' of the Omnliit Tent und Awning com- [ i.uiy with Intent to Htcul. The MlHfiouil I'acltlc Hallway company IIIIH Hied n petition nuking that the appoint ment of Itulph K. ( tuylord UK administrator of ( lie estiife of ( leorgo Jny be revoked , Jity WIIH killed by the i-ur gf thu railway company , ami hm heirs brought milt fur K.W , auylord lielng appointed to look utter the uffiilrH of the W. Putrlok lias oecured nn Injmio- tlon restraining N. I ) . Allan of KUIIHUH City ftom HollliiK tlm piopcrty of the Mctropoll- tii n Cable company until ho mitlmle.s u judgment for J'J.l , : . which thu plaintiff holcln ugalnnt him. Dovyllt's Witch Hazel salvo cures ulceri. Dewltl'a Witch Hazel salvo cures piles. Cleared of I he Charge. 1HMILINCJTON. Vt. . Mnrch 2 < 5.-The gov ernment uiitlioillles have Just completed nil C'xumlnulton nt the methodH of the Vermont customs district , ami find ( hut the ullfgatlon thut many Chinamen uru being smuggled Into the United Htuleti through the ofllco hern IH false. Thn Hpo- clul ugt-nt who has liven conducting the examination roportx that all thu Chinamen who have been admitted hud a legal right to enter. _ _ Sufferers from coughs , no re throat , etc , , should try "Rrown'a Rronchlal Trochcti , " a dimple but uure remedy. Sold only In boxes. Price 25 cents. FRUIT CROP WILL SUFFER Sections Where the Season Was Well Started Arc in Ilartl Luck , COLD HAS CAUGHT AND NIPPED THE BUDS of ii ( .rt-t'ii nt Ijut lit the Itlj-or * of Thin ( iprliiK-Wlntrr-U'nif ( Irnnnit Otrr HIP Out rnl Went- cm ST. LOUIS. March 26. The frccjIiiR wcalhor Is causing consternation among fruit and vegetable grower * , who will Im heavy losers therefrom. Early vegetables Irnd well advanced and fruit trees In many places had put forth buds as n result of the recent warm spell , hut now the prospects for n good crop have fallen flat. In Roino places In Illinois , Missouri and southern Iowa the temperature has fallen 10 degrees below freezing. The cold wave reached Its climax last night with a local temperature low point of 10 degree * above zero. Reports are coming In today from all directions of a complication of the damage previously itonu by the eohl. The statement Is nnu gen eral that the crops of berries and fruits given an early start by the recent warm weather are now an absolute loss. Follow ing are s > mc of I'c ill i.tclios received .ciny ! by the Post-JJIspaich Tamora. III. Krtilt trees throughout Perry county are ruined by frost and contin ued cold weather. Nursery men and f.irmera predict a complete crop failure. Orayvlllo. 111. The mercury Is IS de grees above zero this morning. This means hard freezing and damage to the wheat. All wheat that Is jointing will be killed. llonno Terre. Mo. The temperature ot 21 degrees below freezing point has com pleted the destruction of all fruit buds. The damage will aggregate many thousand del lars. Nashville The entire strawberry crop of Tennessee wax killed by last night's freeze. Considerable attention Is paid In thin state to this and other fruits , and the loss will bo heavy. The preceding warm weather and tha advancement of the growth added to the damage. MarshHcId , Mo. Last night thu tempera ture dropped to 20 degrees above 7ero and Ice was an Inch and a quarter thick. Peaches are entirely killed and apples are damaged considerably. ST. JOSEPH , March 2C , Early thin morn ing the thermometer registered ( i degrees above zero and thu Missouri rlvrr Is frozen from bank to bank. The mercury has been away below freezing for two da > s , but It Is not believed the apple crop has been Injured. The buds were not sulllclently open , It la claimed by tlioso who have Investigated the matter , to allow them to frec/e. POMEIIOV. 0. . March 20. The tempera ture fell to 18 degrees above ? ere last night. Poaches which arc In full bloom and other early fruit uro probably killed In southern Ohio. The ground Is white with snow. MOWEAQUA , 111. . March 26. During yes terday the thermometer fell llfty degree * . All peaches nnd cherries In this section ot cen tral Illinois are killed. DETROIT. March 26. Dispatches from various sections of Michigan report the tem perature at far below freezing point every where. The cold wave In Michigan Is ac companied by northwest winds and light snows In some portions. Fruit growers will suffer almost universally. ST. PAUL. March 26. At 0 o'clock this morning the cold w.tvo attained Its crest. the temperature having reached the vicinity of G degrees below zero. , DENVER , March 20. The sun shone out brightly yesterday nnd melted Tiiost ot fho snow , but at night It bvgttn snoulng ngafn , the wind blowing furiously. It Is not very cold. cold.VERSAILLES VERSAILLES , Ky. , , larch 20. Last night's freeze killed all the tobacco plants , early gardens and much of the fruit. Early wheat Is also damaged. MAYSVILLE , Ky. , March 26. The 'ther mometer droppcil to 14 ( Jegrces below freez ing lust night and unmercifully slaughtered the peaches and plums , The farmers say the U3at Is badly damaged. ATLANTA. Ga. , March 2rf. Humph & Moon , the largest peach growers In the peach district of Georgia , say that 90 per cent of the fruit crop was killed by last night's freo/e , nnd they think the remainder will go tonight. All vegetation Is killed around hero. The melon crop throughout Georgia Is also killed. ENGLISH , Intl. , March 26. The past two nights frost has doubtless destroyed the applu crop , the buds of which were well ad vanced. All small fruit and pcachcH were destroyed weeks ago. INDIANAPOLIS , March 26. The cold wave which Is now Hwceplng over the country has probably cut the chance for a fruit crop In this state to a very low degree. For several weeks past the wcathor has been unusually warm for the season and the re sult was that when the cold snap came ft caught the fruit trees just ready to burst the Hwelllng buds Into blossoms. It Is thought peaches were to a large extent killed by the Kove.ro wcathor In January , but such as escaped that are now certainly gone. Cherries , plums and apples are almost totally destroyed In the central und northern parts of the state , but It Is hoped the hills In tlic southern part ( the great apple HCC- tlon ) have saved the stnplo fruit. DEXTER , Mo. , March 26. The tlinrmom- etor fell to 1 degree above zero hgre last night and the entire fruit crop , with the exception , probably , of the late apples , IB bound to ho killed. Much wheat Is supposed to ho injured , COLUMIHA , Mo. , March 26. The peach crop is destroyed und apples and other fruits arc greatly damaged. ANNA. 111. , March 26. The froe/.o did great damage to fruit und vegetables throughout Jills section. The buds of the poaru , cherries nnd parly apples were thought to have been ruined. The froc/n has finished the ruin which the January cold tump began In the peach crop. CAIRO , III. , March 20. It Is thought the cold weather of the lust two ilayn ban killed the strawberries in this section , Peaches were nearly ull killed by the extreme cpld of January , The hurries were * well advanced by laut week's Htiushlno , but the weather Is now freezing cold. l Ituiilurky. ' MIDWAY , Ky. , March 20. The cold wave that reached here yesterday forced tha thermometer to 16 degress above zoro. Karly gardens , tobacco , and much of the fruit that escaped earlier freezes have been killed. It IH bellovcd the wheut that Is already jointed Is greatly Injured. LOUISVILLE , March 20. The mercury tioro at C a. m , registered 16 degrees below Freezing. Ice formed on small pools front ono to ono and a quarter Indies thick. fruit , foliage , trees nnd early garden truck was all killed. Forward wheat has been njurcd. It Is still freezing today and sno\v- ng at Intervals. OKNESEO , N. Y. , March 26. A furious gale , accompanied by heavy now , Is raging In this valley today. At 7 o'clock tills morning the register wan only 15 degrpes above. lloir a ( Iilfimo Mini U'ii Curvil of Ithou- iniitUin. Mr. John Hall of 0235 Commercial nveniio , Chicago , mot with a serious accident for which he used Clmmborlaln'H Pain Halm freely , with the best results. "Hut now , " says Mr. Hall , "comes the boat part of my story. For many yearn I have boon qultu a sufferer with rheumatism , with ntlffness of ,1m joints. Hlncu the application of Cham * lurlaln's Pain Halm , all Hymptonm of rheu matism have disappeared ; In fact I bollovo Imt It has banished every trace of rheuma tism from my syntem. " For ale by drug- Blsts. rnught by mi Itlututor. Mary Drapelo , a chambermaid at the Ar cade , was caught between thu Moor and tha elevator at the Arcada hotel Sunday night and burloiiBly bruised before ulio could Im extricated , A portion of the lloor had to bo cut away to release her , Her Injuries wcra tot dangerous , though ho will bo laid up or notno time. _ One word describes It , "perfection , " Wo refer to Dowltt'u Witch Hazel naive , cure * plica.