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THE JDKAIIA DAILY liEEs AP1UL 8 , 1S97.
SPECIAL NOTICES Aili crtliicinpiilfi for thefto columns ivlll lie tnkcn until 12I.1O j > . m. for tlie rvcnlnir niul tiiidl s p. tn. for the ntornltiK niul Sunday rilltlonn. AI1 crlKcr ( * , liy rcti " < * < ! UKn nnm- licrril clirclc , on 11 lut c iinmvrr nil- tlreNKoil ti > n ntunlicrril letter In cure of The llee. Ammcrn no nil lrcN iMl Trill tic delivered on iircucntntloti of the olifrk only. HuU-M , 1 l-Sc n. Tt-oril nrnt Inaprtlnnj Jo a Ytfttll thprenfler. XultilnK tnfcen for IM tluiti ISSc for the Hi-it Inser tion. I'IK'KC nil frtlseiHcn < * innnt ho run conncciitUely. I * . _ f WANTKD-POSITION IN MB AT MAKKET ; four ye r " experience. AJclrcis C. II. , Ar lington Hotel. City. A M6ZI & IVANTHI ) . AN lOBA ! WHO CAN THINK Or tome nlmiile thltiK to patent ? Protect your Idea * , they mny bMtiK you wealth. Write Jolm Wcrt.lerbiirn K Co , Dept. V. Patent Attorney * , WiuhlnRton. I ) . C. , for their lKOO prlio offer anil a IIM of 200 Inventions wanted. 11 1C ) puw KNnnanTia HUSTLING MHN CAN find ttcntly , prolltuble work with CV r , Aclftms Co. , Ml Ho. I6tli St. 11-170 BALK8MEN' rOIt CIQAIIB. (1OOD HAl.AHY and expertpaltl ! ; novelties cHcn with our cnod.i : experience unnecessary. C , C. Ulnhop Co . St. touU. IJ-WKO A16 WANTKI ) , A ri.01UST WHO SPEAKS aim- man ami Kngllslu 18U Vlnton St. n COT WANTED , A ( lOOt ) MAN WHO UNHEIl- tnncln nomethlnir about carpenter work , to work arounJ hounc and make repairs for Ixmnl nil room. Apply from 0 to 12. mornlnit , 1C09 Callfornlfi ntrcet. H-283 ZIHN WANTIII ) , YOUNO AND MlDDLn-ACJED to lenrn Imrlier trnile nt the Omaha Dirtier colleKc ; nncst equipped Institution of Us kind In the west : complete course eight week : terms reasonable : cash or Installments ; caller or write for cataloniie : Inspection Invited. 1317-1119 Douglas St. , Omnlm. D CH M < * WANTED A DVnnTISINQ MAN OP OOOD AD- ire ( good thlnir to right party. H 48 , lice. U-M8178 * * w WIIKIY : : SAI-AHY AND HXPKNSKS PAID ilfBimn for clgnra. experience unnecessary , permanent position. The W. U. Kllnii Co , bt. Ixjuls , Mo. B-M633 M5 S AND COUCH MAKKHH nantril. 1115 N. 25th at. U MC63 aooD APPEAUANCI : . ron nutslile work : wheelman preferred : must be a ImMler. Addrrsi H 8. Dee. II MUM S BAMSMIN. TO SEL.L CIOAHS TO 1100 per month und expenses , experience un necessary. Peerless Clear Co. , St. Louis. Mo. 11-M673 $ WANTED. MUN IN EVHIIY COUNTY. TO ACT as private detectives , urdor Instructions ; oxpc- rl < nco unnecmsnry. Addrcsx UnUcrnal Deteo- tlve Agency , Indianapolis , Iml. Jl M67J 8 * HOHSESHOEK WANTED AT 1C11 CASS 8rT ; for the rlirnt man a itcady Job. B MCG9 S BAI.USMLIN WANTED , roil CIOAHS ; | } 5 weekly salary and pxpenson ; reliable hoiiso ; experience unnecessary. C , a. Morgiin . Co , 1'ort Wayne , Iml , 1J M671 8 AVASTKD FEMAI.K HUM1. ron GOOD AND nnspicTAnin oinrj ? CAI..L , Bcand. Y. W. C. Assn. Home , 2018 Davenport. C-831 A10 WANTED-nXPEUIENCED SALESLADIES 1512 DouRlan st. C358 10 WANTED. OIIU , FOR GENERAL HOU E- v > otk , must be a. good cook. 1130 So. 2Sth St. C-C09 7 WANTED-PUEPAnEIlS IN THE MILLINERY department. Inquire at Boston store. C M61C 8 _ _ 20 YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN halftone mid line drawing for Illustrating- permanent workxG16 Paxton block. WANTED , EXPERIENCED NURrro TWO children nnd tn assist In light second ork. reference rcfiulred 161 Park a\enuo , Council IlluffH. C MW5 WANTED TWO INDIES TO SOLICIT TOR one of the beat nelllnfr articles on the inai- knt. Must Rlvo reference. Call at room 14 , Frenzer block. C 038 8 WANTED , OOOD COOK AT 2321 HAHNEY ; goo < \ WOKPS to rlsht party. C 461-7 WANTED , YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN OEN- eral housework. Apply 1520 North 28th st. vnu HOUSE.IN ALL PARTS OP THE CITY. THE O. K. Divla Company , 1505 Parnam D 171 HOUSES , 11ENEWA & CO. , 108 N. 15TII ST. D 172 MODERN HOUSES , C. A. STARR , 023 N Y.LIPE D-173 CHOICE HOL'riES AND COTTAGES ALL OVER the city , (5 to JOO Fidelity , 1702 Farnam St. D-174 HOUSES , WALLACE , BROWN BLOCK. 1CTH nnd DouRlus. D 17 HOUSLS , COTTAGES & hTORES , ALL PARTS of city. Itrennan , Lo\e Co , 430 Paxton block D 170 IIOVINO HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS , On ) Van & Storage Co , 1415 rarnam Tel 1K9 D-177 LARGE LIST. M'CAGUE , 1STII . DODGE D-152 HOUSES , PLATS. OARVIN BnOS,18l3 PARNAM D-17S HOUSES roil RENT. HEMIS , PAXTON 11LK , D-179 I > ARGn LIST. M'CAGUE , 15TH & - DODOK D-1SO CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON , COI IIEE TKL 717. I1-M630 A22 TURIC1NGTON COS BEE BUILDING D--1S1 POn RENT , DETArilED 8-TtOO.M , MODERN hou e , nice Hwn. 2C11 PU-rc < i St. D-472 FOR RENT-FINE ItEHIDCNCR WITH BARN and MrK < i Kroiunli. en Par ! . A\rnue. Strictly imi'lrin Hat and tlrrcs In the new I > a\lilie buildingJpposlln city hill John W , IlnMiInt , asent , 1SC3 I'nrnam St D-OTO-A10 10 ROOM MODERN RESIDENCE WITH BARN mid Inrue. well nhmln.1 Rrounda , llnel > loc ili-d , J3J. John W. lloliblni , asent , I'M I'm mm St D IC3 UKNT-HOUSE OP TtN ROOMS ; MOD- cm romtnlemex ; COH DouKlii" < t , M-'ry hnndy to buslir 3 , Inrjulio of D , T Mount. 2 ( S. IClh t. H-J1W3 4 AND 0ROOM MODERN PUTS. 1112 3. llth D M2cfl 3 * TEN-ROOMED HOItgi ! , MODERN IMPROVE- mi nil , 1M1 C'nsx itrcet. Inqulro It eil hotel , B. O , D rOU-5 IO-ROOM FLAT DOUGLAS NEAlciTJI. rrn. atoiim brat. Iii'iulro Llndiulxt 3I > > S. 1'ith. i-Mir. 10 10-ROOM BOARDING HOUSE.V1LL SELL , fuinlturo : InKi * pay In room nnJ bo'trd J. J , Glbsnn , 511 I t Nat'l bnnk. D-SJS7 BOOM MODERN HO1IPI5 , M7 N. 18TH ST. 12-iooiu mndrin LrloK ho'icc , nllli bain , 24B C'jiss HI. $31 T roinii modern Hat , 700 So. Kill f2)ifl ) ( iiium moKin Hut 1I11A Paclllu (13 SO. W , B. Mrlkle Room Ml , Pr ! t Mat'l BankDC1J D-C1J TWO TEN-IIOOM HUH 1C HOUSES NO SO ! Knd 110 No 2W. Inqulie ! 1I N , Ril D.-CIS 10.ROOM , M oTE flN D ET U' 11 uT > HOURi : HftlKlnir illnttnrej 1SJW. ( Inrvln I'l" * . . 161J rurnnm l. I-Mio5 rou HUNT KUIIMSHKII HOOMS. BTEA.M HEATED ROOMS. TELPPHONP AND nil coin tnlrniM : rates iCHKcmbl. ; . run.It Urfi- iltnce , 211 S. UIM St. E-TCC KoTritENT NICELY Ft'HNIhllED BOOM KOR Krntleman In prliato fimlly ; referencet re quired. IS10 Copltnl ANP. n-Mll7-All' I NICELY UBNlisTlKD BOOMS HOUSE- Kceplnff. 1112 fl. llth. K M2 7 801'TH ' PRONT BOOH. NICELY ITRNISHED , 13 00 month , famuli room. S3 CO , Ul Hownrd K 2S3 DESIRABLE I'URNISH ) : ! ) BOOM , 1911 DOl'CJ. la * . U' tCJ i MJRNISIIED BOOMS ; HOUrfEKEEPING 2 3 Et. M ry' . U-M iO l ! ItOOMK KOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING 193 ! Doujflus. E-MC7J i KOOMS rOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING 1 IS U- MUM AMI UOAIID. LA HOC bOUTH FIIONT TAIILOU VOtt TWO ; Loanl , ntere Miubl& The ! ( < . ZOJO 1Crnei ruiiMsunn IIOOMS AND IIOAHD. ( fontlntieil > DEPinAHLH HOOM3 AND BOAnD. 211 TIJ st. p THH MEIIR1AM , 4JTH AND DODGE. F-M133-A10 FRONT ROOMS ; FIRST CT ASS HOARD ; REA- enable rates. 1724 Douglfti. F M271 8 NICE ROOM AND BOAUD. 2013 D6UGLAS. rURNISIUJD ROOMS , 2H1 DODGIl T-MC02 11' up.BKAUTIFUL ritONl ItOOMJ liOAM ) ! 13 50 up. S14 North 10th. T MC22 ! ! DESIRABLE ROOMS WITH BOARD : BEFER- ence . 202 N. 18th. l'-MC33 8 rou un.NTxj.\riiiMsiin ! IUIOMS. B CHAMBERS FOR RENT. MAN AND WIPE ; Olty water ; wa te pipe. 419 N. 17th street. 0-835 J UNFURNISHED ROOMS. 1112 S. 11TII. O-M2S3 8 roil nnNTsToiiK < Axn orricns. FOR RRNT THR 4-STORY BRICK BUILDING at OH Pnrnam St. This bulldlni ; has a fireproof cement Ktsement. complet * steam heating tlx- lures ; water on all floors ; eas. etc. Apply nt the olllco of Tin Bee. 1-S30 AGDNTSVATBI ) . WANTED-AGENTS. 173 PER MONTH AND expense * paid active men If right ; Koods sold by sample onlrr simples , also horns nnd car- rlajje furnished free. Address Jobber , Box M03 , Boston * Mass. J 1S2 WE PAY PER 100 OR Be TOR EACH NAME with correct addresn In Nebraska ( outside of Omaha ) and surrotmdlnjr Mates. Send ine for blank book and Instructions to I ) . II S. re. . lOi S. 15th St. , Omaha , Neb. J M771-A20 WANTED , AGENT IN EACH COUNTY TO SOlicit - licit poster advertising amongst bunlnesi men of their town and surrounding to ns ; big money : no capital required ; send 4 cents for mmplcs. Addrem II 60 , Bee. J MOM 9 > Moxnv TO io.\NnnAi. USTATH. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA real estate. Brennan , Lo\o Co. , Pnxlon Block , W 150 ON OMAHA PROPERTY. 1/nVEST RATES ; building loans wanted. Fidelity Trust Co WE WILL HAVE J2CO.OOO TO $300,000 TO LOAN In April , May , June and July on first-class Im proved Omaha property In sums of IICOO to tlOCO ) : want applications at once , lowest rales pn best loans , ridellt } ' Trust company , 1792 Fnrnam St. W l S IK PER CENT MONEY" TO I/AN ON OMAHA property , Nth. farms. W. B. Mclklo 1st NeTl Ilk. ANTHONY LOAN * TRUST CO. . 313 N. Y. M quirk money at low rates for choice farm lands In Ion a , northern Missouri , eastern Nebraska. LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY property. W. rarnam Smith . Co. . 1320 Pnrnam WANTED. OOOD FARM LOAINS IN EASTERN Neb. It C. Peters & Co. , U. S. Nat. Bink bhlg. W MtU t'l FARM LOANS. ONR TO TEN YEARS ! I/W est raus. Oarvln Bros. , 1613 Parrtam B _ . , MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES. O 1' . DaIs Co , IMS Pnrnam St. W 19 * 310MJV TO LOAN CIIATTKI.S. MONEY TO I.OAN ON PURNITURE , hornoc , waffon , etc. , at lowest mtes In clly : no removal of Roods : strictly confidential ; jou can pay the Inan off at nny time or In any amount. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. . JOS So. 16th St. xws MONEY TO I.OAN. SO. CO 90 DAYS : FHBNt. turj. pianos , etc. Duft Green , room S , Barker blK. IIISI.MSS CIIA.NCES. WILL SELL AT SACRIflCE. THR WELL- cqutppetl foundry anil machine shup at Grand Inland Tor particulars address 1' . M. Wales. Troy , N. Y. , or George B. Bell , Ornnd Island , Neb. Y MC37 A1E I did not know where I might find The niche that nature for me hadj I took my pen and freed my mind The answer came through Bee want ad. ( E. A. R. ) -WANTED TO KENT. SMALL FAMILY DESIRE UNFURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping ; references ex- chanced. Addreai , with location and full par ticulars , II 63 , Bee. K 11678 STORAGE : . OM.VAN & STORAGE. 1415 FAUNAM , TEL 1559 M 18J PACIFIC STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE CO. , 108-910 Jones. General storage and forwarding. WANTED TO BUY. SECOND HAND FURNITURE AND STOVr.H. Urown'B , 103 S. 14tli. N-MC15 Ali * CASH PAID FOR OLD FEATHER DEDS. U G. Doup , 1M7 Nicholas St. N M787 A20 PIANO. C. F. HARRISON. N. Y. ? . FOR SAMS HORSES , WAGOXS , KTC. FOR SALE CHEAP. ONE CLOSE CARRIAGE , Burrey 2 seta douhle harnesn , side-saddle , hdn.0 coders , lap rohca , etc. also Stelnway up- rluht piano ; nil In good order. Inquire 014 S. 29th a > cnue , city. I1 MCiO 8 KOR SAI/I : MISCKLLANEOUS. HARDWOOD CRIBBING , HOG AND CHICKEN fence , cheaper than "all wire. " C. It. Lee , 901 DouBlaH Q ISa CHICKEN , HOG AND LAWN FENCE : ALL wire ; cheaper than wood. Wlro Works ,403 So. 14th. Q-JIG MJ BEST SEED SWEET POTATOES. $1.23 PKR bbl. : all sorts. Address Theo Williams. Omaha tj M158 INVESTIGATE , THE FAMOUS BORN STEEL range , fl holes , complete , J22 SO. llronn'ii , 102 So 14th. Q-MG14 A13 WEUSHANS , FITTER. DOS S. 17TH ST. Q in 350-m3 WALS1IAN8 STONE FILTER. = 03 8. 17TH ST. Q M3M m3 THE CLOTH. TRIMMINGS AND FIXTURES of the Ltmilon tailors will te sold to the hlsh- e t lililder nl Ihe Omaha Auction Cotnpiny'a looinii at 103 8 litli bt. . on Thursday , April 8 , at 10 u , in Call , examine- and make a Mil Q CU 7 5 WAGON LOADS OF BROKEN OYSTER shells for ralo M-iy cheap Amcrlcin Penil Button MfB , Co. . 802 8 10th at. Q-MKJ 9 FOR SALE , 8TEREOPTICON AND MAGIC I. intern oulllts und cameras , nought and sold and exohniiK" ! ; "end for baiBaln lift of 1 000 non nines. Richards & Birch , 200 Nlcollet n\onue. Mlnneatwill" , Minn q HCT7 11 * FOR SALE. HANDSOMB ST BERNARD PUP. four monthn old. 1'or particulars mldrccs H 52 , Bee Q-MG77 8' 3IlSCii.r.A.VKOB9. CONTBAC1OR8 AND DOILLEUS OF OIL. GAS and nrttflan ell . C. H. McCrnuly & . Co , Neode ha , Kan. R-MS70 A24 .11 \ SS.K , 1IATIIS , IVl'C. MME SMITH , 1617 HOWARD , BOOM 6 : MAS- nuke and Hteam batlm. T M67i > 14 * MRS nil LFON , ELEnniC MAf > 3\OE BATH pirlon : restful and curutltc , 417 So , llth bt , up > talr . 1 MM1 ll IMRS : ( XAI. . roil DENTAL WOIUC GO TO DB SEYMOUR ; louts ! cliarKOj ; nnrlc Ruarantttd. i'ilnl > > ex traction. vx > NJimct U-MSIJ Ai4 ? 3 CO-lirpTURE CUBED TILL ilAY 1ST FOR li'iCO , no pain , no iletcnllou from liutlncn , we lifer tn liundrcili o ! patlfnts cund The O E. Mllltr Co. , 93Z-3 New York Life Bldj , , Omiia.w . U \w \ VIAVI FOR UTERINE TBOUBLES. 3IC-S BEE BUS , ph ) lclin , coniultallon cr health hook fix o. U 1ST nvrilfl. MASSAGE , M.VK POhT , 31 i , b I1TH. MI8S TKIiniLL HAS IIBMOVKD HKII UIIKhH. niiiklni ! parlor * to ! Jflujr. . Paxton hlock , ICih trecl elevutor , UM46J Afc * OMAHA DENTAL COLU'.Gli , IZTH S. PACIFIC Slii Toitli MUM with told. amalEum. Ill ) , gut- Upercha , ceircnt and platen madn for rctt of iuut rtal only. 1 elh extracted and cleure.l free , U-U9 I CURE WRINKLES. BALDNKSS & SPPER- lluous hulr. Sit Chamber of fommerve Tiu Co. IJ--MMJ U OUH TREATMENT 13 1X R LADIES IUCCLU- rlvel ) * > ew U > lut Initltutt , > l > ait I 214 IJc * bulldlOf. U--MJUM3 FOR SALE HALF INTEREST IN FAIRMONT Tribune. Price 1300 : &o cash nnd (10 monthly. Norman Jackson , Crete , Neb. Y 000 MEAT MARKET , ESTABLISHED 4 YRS . AT a bargain. J. J. Gibson , 511 1st Nat'l bunk. Y 360 13 LEASH AND FURNITURE FOR SALE ; BIO- Kcst and beat family hotel In city ; location central ; full of boarders. J. J. Gibson , 514 1st Nafl bank. Y 333 13 FOR SALE , CLEAN STOCK DRY GOODS. LO- catcd In line residence and good Imsineai town of B.OOO : piling ca h trade established ; favor able terms If taken quick. H , if. Snyder , Canon City , Colo. Y MCOG 10 roil FOR EXCHANGE TWO CLEAR LOTS ON 18th and 10th Sts , 12 blocks south of court house , for choice residence lot or house and lot. Will assume small Incumbrance. Address II 11 , Bee. Z 140 FOR SALE OH TRADE FOR LAND , 103x124 FT. N. E. Cor. of Sherman ave anil Locust St. Address Thos. Fitzgerald. Inaipendence , Mo. /-cm a FOR SALnREA ESTATE. KOUNTZE 1'LACE BARGAINS. 12,500 , J3.750 TO 18 500. See photos nt ICth nnd I-'arnani ; Morse BldB. J. J. Gibson , 514 First National Bk Bldg. 1UJ-200 HOUSES , LOTS. FABMS , LANDS. LOANS- Gee 1' , Bemls Real Estate Co. , Paxton Block. RE 201 FOR SALE , A LARGE AND ELEGANTLY FUR- nl hed residence ; the most desirable location on West Farnam street ; will be sold at a reason able price , owner about to locate In another clly. Address H 5. Bee office. RE MM3 ABSTRACTS. H. II. NEALE , 517 N. Y. LIFE. RE-M273 SO BARGAINS AMONG BARGAINS. THE SNAP of nil snaps DcllBhtfnl elBht-room house. Elegant reception nail with grate , modern In e\ery respect , cast front , pleasant home for any one. Desirable locality , nest-part of the city , Nine-room house In the beat part of Hanscom plate. Larao lot. Great bargain. M. J. ICen- nard & Son. sole agents. 310-11 , J. J. Brown block. RE 2ST SNAPS J'OO. full lot , D0xl24 ft. adjoining Kountze Place. JWO. S. W. corner 27th and Dorcas Btreets , lOOx 115 feet. $1,750 foi two houses at 271C-18 N , 28th street , lot 8190 feet. $1500 , N , W. corner 23th and Halt Howard streets. 84x120 feet. $0,000 , N. W. corner 25th and Capitol avenue , lot CCxllS feet ; S-room modern house. John N Frenzer , opp P. o. BE M3S3 ASTROLOGY. PROFESSOR A. MABERY OF EGYPT. PALMIstry - Istry and astrology , the wonder of the age ; past , present anil future told or no charge , at :020 Hurney St. , Omaha. Neb , 893 AS * PAWNBROKERS. II , MAROWITZ LOANS MONEY , 418 N. U ST. 210 FOUM ) . FOUND-A STRAYED HEIFER. RED WITH white spots Owner can ha > e her by pus Ins for this advt. and Identifying same by calllni ; on J , E Heel , DeBolt , Neb. Found-CCJ-S * l TO IIOHROW. tWOW ON IMPROVED INSIDE RESIDENCE property. Address H 49 , Bee. C40 7 * OBESSMAKINO , IN FAMILIES. MIS ? QtunV 4:04 Burdettc. MJ77 10 MUMl ) , AIIT GEORGE F GELLENBKCK. BANJO. MANDO- lln and guitar teacher. 1S07 Farnam street. Tel 233. jco KLOGUTIOY. PHYSICAL TRAINING MBS. DORXVARD. C23 N 19th. M103-AI7 * I3MI IOYMIJ > T ANY ONE WANTING MALE OR FEMAI.E help rail Canadian olllce , Uil Douglas , tj'.e. phone Ml M2S ! ,11 SI.\CHIMS AM > NF\V HOME , HOUSEHOLD AND WHITE machine pfflco. 1114 Cap. u\v. Tel. U74. ! 04 MIIDHTIIAM ) AM ) TYI'KWIUTI.VG. A. C VAN SANT'S bCIIOOU 511 N. Y. LIFE. 201 AT OMAHA 11U3. COLLEGE , 16TI1 & OOUOI AB JO CHAMPION CARPET CLEANING CO , CARPET beaten , scoured and renotal'd , renttlno ; and re- liylns carp > ts n fpeclnltyj new manisement. 71S-7TO South 14th St. , OfflaJw. Neb. Tel , t . iITaTSu c5 A17 \VATCHVWKKRS. WATCHES CLEANED , TTWIVAIM SPRING.75C : watch crystals , 15c ; MfKb wmlred chenpr tpectaeles , ejeBlnsses H.nilce ; eyes tested free- work warranted. Ashbel Pallerson , 1EH Fnm'm , S92 M22 i.irn INS , POLICIES BOUa'n'f. w. F. HOLDEN 20S OET Tit fl. WAl.KUN'fl J'UlrT.3 ' ON rtmNI. ture pacldne , npolrlng upholstering ; maltreisej made nn < l renovated ; 2111 Cumins. Tel nil.2J3 2J3 8IDKWALKS. SIDEWALKS ARTIFlClAti STONE. I1U1CTC , natural ton . W. J. Welshans , 303 S. 17lh nt. Ml MS AOOOUNTAM' . H. c. ntrnn , PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. iei ? I'arnam. M6I2 MC lllCYCI.KH. ' ( HI MODEL 1CO FOWLER COMBINATION TAN- ilem , for $75 ; New Midland , $33. Omaha Bicy cle Co. 78 SUES & CO. , PATENT SOLICI10RS , ( Jmalia Neb AUvlco nnd Pntonl lloolc I'HEE RAILWAY TIME CARD Leaven | UURLINGTON & MO RIVER | Arrl\es Omaha | Union Depot , 10th & Mafconbts. _ | Omaha R:3.iin : ; Demcr Exprocs 3.35am lt3pm.Ilk : ) Hill ? , Mont & Puget Snd Ex. 4-O'i'in C&pm Uoiucr Express I.Mpm 7OJpm : , . .Lincoln I- cal ( ex. Kun la . , , . 7:4"ipm : S.&pm..Lincoln Local ( ux , HunJnj.30.1m Lcivcfl ( CHICAGO. BURLINGTON & Q | Arrl\es Omnlii | Union Depot , 10th & Mason Sts | Omaha 5.03pm Chicago Vestibule ( ToOani 9:48am : Chicago Exproo 4 15pm 7.50pm..ChlcaRO .V St. I.-ouls Express. . . . S.2i.im ) 11.Oilin Paclllc Junction Loral G.lOpm Past Mall 2 :0pm Lea\e ( CHICAGO. MTL. & Si' PAUL.Arrlves | OmahatJtUimDepot | _ , IDtli & _ Masim Sts. | Omali i 6.30pm7 Chicago Limited . 8.0'iam 11 00-ini .Chicago Exprcsi ( ex. Sunda . . . 3.25pm l5avo5"CH [ rC"AG O & " NO R TH WEST1 N" | Afri v cs" Omaha ] Union Depot , 10th . Maxon Sis | Omaha 10l"am : * Kastern Expresi 3IOpm : 4r.pm : . . .Ventllmled Llm.t d & :40pin : S.S5pm . . . .St. Paul Express 9 J0.im r40im ; St. Paul Limited 9.05pm " :30am : Sioux City T cal ll:10pm 6:30pm : Onnha-ChlcaRO' Special g.OOam . . . . . . .Mls ourl Valky Ijjc.it 9.30am * Except Bund ty. * ' Except Momlay. Loa\es ICHICAGO , R. I , t& PAClPICArrHes | OmihalUnlon Depot , 10th & Maeon St . | Omilia EAfeT , 10IOam..Atlintlc : Express ( ex bunday ) . . O-Mpm 7:00pm : NlKht Expre s 6-ljani 4.riOpm..ChlcTBO Vestlhuled , Limited. . . . l:35pm 4 Vlpm. . St. Paul Vcstiyiuled Limited. . . . l:35pm : l40pm ; Colorado Llmlled 4:00pm ' Leavni I C. ST. l > . , iil. ft O. | AiTlve Omaha | Depot. 15th & .iAVel > ler Sts. | Omaha 12T30pm..bloux City Express ( ex. Sun ) . . .ll:0."am 8'15-iin..faloux City Accommoilatlon. . . . 8.00pm 6l5pm : ST. PauliLlmlted 9.10am Leaves P. E. & Md VALLEY. ( Arrlvei Omaha IJepot , 15th & Webster Sts. | Omaha 3.t pm. Fast Mall andExpress 5.00pm 3 00pm.ex. ( Sat ) Wjo.nx. ( ex. Mon. . . . 6:00pm : 7:50im..Fremont : Local ( Sundays only ) . . 7:50am : Norfolk Exprpss ( tx. Sun ) 10:2am : Cl5pm : St. l'aulExpreis. , 8lCam : 1C. C , ST. ] ! . & C. It | Arrives Omaha Union Depot , 10th ft Mason Sts. | Omaha I 9 0'iim..Kansas City Day.rExprfp . . . . .v < l:10pm : 110 OOpm..IC. C.'Night 13x via. U.P. . Transit C.Mam MISSOURI "PACIFIC. 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The bill for tonight will bo "A Much Married Man , " a comedy In which the Paytona claim to be at their best. At every performance the moving pictures are shown by the trlugrapb. Opening with tonight's performance , when a now comedy , entitled "Three Silk Hats , " will bo presented , the Woodward Theater company will Inaugurate a ten-night season of low-priced amusement at the Crelghton. A largo advance sale would Indicate that this familiar organization is still popular. A number of additions have been made to the cast since the company's last appear ance , among thcso bclnc little Marls Snowdcn. "That Cheerful Liar" Is under lined for tomorrow night , while "The Oc toroon" will bo the Saturday evening bill. A special souvenir matlnco will be glveu Saturday , noyd's theater will have Baiter & Martin's "Undo Tom's Cabin" company as the at traction next week , commencing with Sun day matinee. It seems strange what a hold this old play has on tbo public , but when It Is well mounted and presented In an acceptable munner no American play Is Its equal In drawing powers. Saiter & Mar tin claim to have engaged a largo company and to have surrounded tbo players with an abundance of special scenery and ef fects. In order to giro tllo scenes a gcn- ulno southern appearance a troupe of Ala bama pickaninnies have been engaged , who will appear In ( ho plantation scones In songs and dances. f i ELECT MUNICIPAL OFFICERS Results of the Annual Contests in the Nebraska Towns. LICENSE MAKES GAINS IN THE STATE Seternl IMncen Formerly Ilnti OH the 1'rolillilllon IMnn AVI1I lit * 1'ro- tlded ivlth Salootin | the Co in I UK Yrnr , ALBIOM , Neb. , April 7. ( Special Tclo Bruin. ) Albion poca dry. Arista Hnrrla , no license , wag elected mayor and llobcrt 1'at- UITBOII and Horbcrt Mi nroneon , both no li cense , wore elected councllmen. AnLINOTbN , Neb , April 7. ( Special. ) The followlnp wore elected : Henry W. SchoettRor , Fred Echtenkamp , O , K. C. H. Linn and J , C. Dlackburn. It Ute to bo a license bcnrd. AUIIORA , Neb. , April 7. ( Special Telo- Eram. ) The nonpnrtlsan ticket waa elected as follo\fa : Mayor , Q. W. Curryj clerk , J. D. Cunningham ; treasurer , J , P. Chapman ; all re-fleeted ; councllmen , J. P. Porljcs , William lluthcrford and U. J. Ilonln. LIcense - cense was submitted to a yea and nay vote , and resulted In a tic. The question of whether the city should have a curfew or- dtnanco vtas decided In the afllrmatlvo by a largo majority. HANCHOFT , Neb. . April 7. ( Special. ) Thcro were two tlckcto In the field. The election reaulted In a majority ot two In favor of high llcenso and the victory of ono populist , ono democrat and three repub licans named below as trustees for the en- uulnji year : P. 13. Darber , populist ; J. B. L. Carey , democrat ; F. II. % 1'ark. a. H. Kan- son , IL and John W. Watson , republicans. I1ATTLR CHEEK. Neb. , April 7. ( Spe cial. ) The election of town odlcers was a complete populist victory. The successful candidates \\cro : W. B. Puerst , C. K. Han son , C. A. Lamport , Samuel McCallstor and W. A. Vcnablo. UBATUICB. Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The republican victory was owecplng. The Black Casio Drynu club hail pasted a resolution to the effect that the club would put no ticket In the field , but would assist In a citizens' movement , hoping thereby to draw strength from the republican ranks. The result fehowo how vain was their hope. Walter Scott , city treasurer , led the list with 742 majority , followed by Judge Brown for mayor with 577 and Harry Harper for clerk \\lth a majority of G73. There Is a probabil ity that under the Incoming administration there will bo changes In the ofllco of water commissioner , chief of police and street commissioner. DCEMER. Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) W. II. Loughton , Charles Qrunke , John Steotzel , C. K. Decker and John Nellor were elected village trustees. All are republicans. There was no party Issuo. HIJNNINGTON , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The republican ticket was elected for vil lage trustoea , as follows : Henry Arp , M , 11. Frederlchsen , Clauo Oft , Bggert Oft , Gustav 1'aul.ion. Pretlerlchsen and Faulsen were on both tickets. Peter Bunz and Peter Man gold , who composed the balance of the citi zens' ticket , were defeated. BLAIR , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The entire - tire city ticket Is republican with the ex ception of two councllmen , and the. repub licans re-elected two members of , the school board. The council now stands five repub licans to three popocrats and ft republican mayor. Tbo school board stands four re publicans , ono gold democrat and ono free silver democrat. CALHOUN , Neb , April 7. ( Special. ) The city election resulted as follows : L. Crounse , republican , was elected mayor over E. N. Gernell , democrat , by 1 majority. L. Clascn , democrat , was elected treasurer and Will Slevera , democrat , clerk. In the First ward Henry Jlpp , republican , was cycled council man by ono majority , -and In the Secont ward H. H. Conclmum was elected. 'CLAY CENTDH , Neb. , April 7. ( Special , ) There were two tickets In the field ; the republican and citizens' reform , the- latter composed principally of populists. All ol the republican nominees were elected bj majorities of from thirty to forty. The day was rainy and cold , and a light vote was polled. COZAD , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) There were two tickets In the field for village board of trustees license and nntl-llcenso. The contest was very close , and resulted In the election of three on the license or citizens' ticket and two on the temperance ticket. ELWOOD , Neb. , April 7. ( Special Tele- grom. ) The following named persons were elected village trustees : S. B. Yeoman , P. W. Perry , T. G. Reynolds , W. R. Patrick and A. M. White. While there was no Issue on the question , the board is probably against granting saloon license. EXETCR. Neb. April 7. ( Special. ) The election passed off quietly. There were two tickets , a straight license and a non-parti san. A mixed ticket was elected as follows : A. D. Cookus , non-partisan ; W. L. Bill , peo- plo's-llcenso ; H. A. Greenawalt , pcople's- llconso ; J. L McLcese , people's-llcense ; R. R. Williams , non-partisan. License received a majority of two votes. PAIRPIELD , Neb. April 7. ( Special. ) A very light vote was polled. There were two tickets In the field , ono labeled prohibi tion , the other free silver. All the candi dates were opposed to license with the dlf- forenco that tbo prohibitionists proposed to make war on bootleggers and drug store whisky. The following were elected , all by close margins : The free sllvcrltes elected A. B. Palmer , major ; II. A. Roberts , clerk ; A. H. Latzke , treasurer ; Z. H. Rlggs , alder man ; the prohibitionists elected C. M. Prlck- ett , surveyor ; J. A. Shlveley , alderman. PALLS CITY , Neb. . April 7. ( Special. ) Something over COO voten wore polled , The entire citizens' ticket was elected as follows : J. H. Miles , mayor ; E. E. Mettz , treasurer ; C. C , Davis , clerk ; J. W. Towle , engineer ; J. E. Loyda , police' judge ; Cue Neitzel , coun cilman First ward ; C. P. Cain , councilman Second ward ; IL. A. Ryan , councilman Third ward ; W. H. Crook , T. P. Sullivan and W. L. White , members of the Board of Educa tion. tion.FREMONT FREMONT , April 7. ( Special. ) Complete returns for members of the school board elect MIfia Lucy Grlswold , republican , for the short term , and Andrew 1'etereon. , re publican , and E. W. Martin , democrat , for the long term , There Is considerable dis satisfaction over the count In some of the wards. The ticket was not arranged In good shape , the candidates for both the short and long terms being grouped together In alphabetical order. Thcro were two to bo elected for the full term anfl ono to fill a vacancy. U 1s said some votes were cast for three candidates for the long term and counted. A recount may be had , though It Is doubtful If It would affect the rrault , FULLERTON , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The election was quiet. The republican ticket waa elected as follows : Mayor , J , W. for Bnfants and Children. Hie Fac-simile Signature of Appears on Every Wrapper. . . . YMI CKNTAUH COMPANV. TT IJUHHAV * THKKT. NKW OBK CITY. McClelland ; clerk , H. fi. Wilson ; treasurer , W. W. Harro ; police Judge , John 1'ortor- field ! councilman , First ward , W. 11. Weeks ; councilman , Second Tnl , Theodore C. Koch ; councilman , Third ward , Lretcr Olenson. GOTHENBURG , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) A largo rote was polled , although It snowed and rained until noon. The follow ing were the candidates and votes received Bert nillngsnorth. 69 ; C. 1) ) . HotchUIss , 43 ; John J. Jci.r.lngs , 77 ; Frank Miller , S3 ; n. O , West , 62 ; T. L. Carroll , 32 ; Hnno Folkera , CO ; II , Janscn , 60 ; F. A. Lundcon. 67. For saloon license , 69 ; against , 49 , For f 10,000 system \\atcr works , 44 ; against , 69. OUAFTON. Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The following board of trustees wai elected : W. H. O'Donncll , Samuel Longncckcr , John Keenan , John Knhm , sr. , J , F. Hlchcson. It Is probably a license board. Every mem ber ( s a populist , OHHTNA , Nob. , April 7. ( Special. ) The newly elected board te : Lon Peterson , Hans Peters , Jr. , P. J. LanRdan , A. J. Spoth- maannd P. J. Mclla. Politics were net a ( ac tor and the board all favor licensed gnloona. There will ng-aln bo three saloons hero this season. HAY SPRINGS. Neb , , April 7. ( Special. ) The town election was a hotly contested ono. It was a fight between the populists and the republicans , In which the repub licans won. HEI1HON. Neb. . April 7. ( Special. ) The city omcere elected nro : C. M. Sutherland , mayor ; W. D. Oalbrnlth , treasurer ; Oonoway Leeiloru , clerk ; W. K. Benjamin , cuglucor ; and J. F. Gates , police Judge. HOUDIIEGE. Neb , April 7. ( Special Telegram. ) At the clly election hold yester day , the temperance ticket was elected from top to bottom with nvajorltles ranging from 75 to 112. TJio officers elected wore : Dr. T. J. Theodore Miller , mayor ; Frank Parsons , city clerk , Potcr Peterson ; city treasurer , Olio Olsen , englnoecr ; E. U. EInsol , council man , Second ward ; S. P. Carlson , councilman Flrt ward ; Board of Education , T. M , Hop- wood , Q. Norburg , P. A. Sundbury. The question of voting license was submitted and no license received 128 majority. HUMDOLiDT , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The election held ) ester-day was Interesting on account of the voting by separate ballot on Uie llconso question. License carried by 92 majority. A. H. Fellers was re-elected mayor by two votes. The councllmen elect ed ere : F. H. Linn and II. K. Davis ; clerk , W. J. Davis ; treasurer , F. II. Buttcrfleld ; police Judge , II. T. Hill ; caglncor , I. M. Chafflrr. KKNNAIID , Neb. , lAprll 7. ( Special. ) The following were elected to serve as village trustees : J. M. Parker , Joseph Rosenbatim , C. T. Berry , William Dulancy and E. L. Tiff- nay. Out of about 100 qualified voters there were only thirty-eight votes cast , which cost the village a trlllo over 43 cents a vote. The board stands for high license , although some doubt exists as to there being a saloon here this year on account of the difficulty In securing - curing the lequlied number of signatures of resident property owners to au- thorlzo the board granting a license. LINWOOD , Neb , April 7. ( Special. ) At the village election yesterday the regular llceiiso ticket was elected. Four of the old board were ro-elected. A dark honso com bination attempted to defeat the regular nominees , but was unsuccessful. Occupation tax was voted down. NELIGH , Neb , April 7. ( Special. ) Yes terday's election resulted In the selection of William Campbell , mayor ; Robert Wllbon , clerk ; William B. Lambert , treasurer ; C. F. Boyha , engineer ; T. Everson , police Judge , and P. E. Gofscker , O. AI. Anderson and J. C. Plotcher members of the city council. Whllo political lines were not drawn , all arc republicans , and none arc prohibitionists. In every cato the majorities were largo. The mayor and city c'erkcro re-elected and the othens are newmen. . NEWMAN GHOVTJ , Neb. , April 7. ( Spe cial. ) G. W. illandall , George C. Johnson , Ed Johnson , J. A. Nelson and B. F. Witt \ \ ere elected trustees ot the village. NIOBRARA , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The village election , -was a littlemoro cxoltlng than usual.the contest being on. ono of the nominees , C. Stein , who Is an outspoken legulatlon mcmbei. The vote stood Stein 41 and Nelson 38. Mr. Nelson , is a candidate for Indian , agent at Santee agency , and he believed than this would strengthen his chances. The balance of the ticket was as follows : John T , Lindsay , Jr. , G. G. Bayha , S. Draper and D. D. Martlndalo. It is a license regulation board and especially against the sale of liquor to Indians , the post year having been one of considerable auuoy- anco In this direction. NORTH LOOP. Neb. . April 7. ( Special ) The questions of license and occupation tax were all that entered Into the city election this year and even these had been but llttlo dlscu&scd. The vote was light. The fol lowing board of trustees was elected : G. L Hutc-bins. , E. M. Wellman , F. B. Robins , G. H. Colby , George Worth. The new board is understood to bo anti-license. No licensed saloon has been operated hero for many years. OAKLAND , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The paat year has seen Oakland without ( saloons and the city and school treasuries without money. Yesterday itbo temperance ticket was defeated by a good majority. Fred Uhllng , mayor ; John Johnson and Walt Hcgglund , councllmen on the license tlck"t , were selected , whllo Valentino "Neumann , police Judge ; W. A. Meyer , clerk , temperance - anco candidates , were elected. J. C. W. Kline , city engineer , and A. L. Neumann , city treasurer , endorsed by both parties , were elected. ORD , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The fol lowing were elected : F. Mallory , nntl-II cense , for mayor ; W. li. Carson , license , clerk ; John Work , license , troasuior , and A. W. Gass , license , engineer. Two license aldermen and ono anti-license were elected , leaving the council the name as last year. For itlio school board © . D. Ayrcs and John H. Johnson , both antl-llcenso , were elected. OSOUOLA , Neb , , April 7. ( Special. ) The majority against saloons lant spring was forty-one ; the majority at the election yesterday - torday was nineteen In favor of saloons Thcro was but ono ticket in the field. ST. PAUL , Neb , April 7. ( Special ) The city election passed ofC very quietly jcaler- day , thero' being but one * tlcknt In the Held. License carried by s majority of 03. SHELBY. Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) 1,1- cense carried by forty-four to twentj-flvo. Charles Krumbach and Fiank M. Lelbco of the citizens' ticket by petition and Kniunt Rogers , Dr. Metheny and Henry Huckfeldt of the nonpartlsnn ticket were elected They all favor having a saloon. Shelby will also uavo electric lights. STERLING , Neb , April 7. ( Special ) A full vote waa pollexl. The anti-license ticket was elected by an average of eight voleH J. W , Carter was chosen as marshal , over G. N. Rotten. SUPERIOR , Neb. . April 7. ( Special ) City officers were elected as follows Mayor , II. LeFebcr ; city clerk , W. W. Hopper ; treasurer , W. W. Kendall ; councllmen , Jamca C. Gllmore , M. H. Mattlilesen , W F. Allen ; mombcru of school board , J. C , Car penter nnd I. Campbell. SUTTON. Neb. , April 7. ( Special , ) The election rc-iultcd In the re-election ot J , J. Bonekempor by forly majority. The follow ing were also elected : Treasurer , A , W. Clark ; clerk , W , B Thompson ; councllnipii Plrst wanf , M , Wittenberg ; Second ward , N. H. Holland ; board of Education , A. C. Burllngamo , Jacob Beck. Tliu board Is for high license. SYRACUSE , Neb. , April 7 ( Special ) The people's ticket was elected. A ? ot of trus tees were nominated by petition , but all ot them were defeated t > y maJorltlcM ranging from nine tn fifty. The bgard-oluct is , Hnnry Rlcf , Jolm H. Helutand , J. H. Arcndd. M. C. Joyce and A. Walt. It Is rumored that a libel suit will grow out of the election , ULYSSES , Nth . April 7 ( Special ) Tlio election passed off quietly , Four out of live of the high llceiwo ticket were o"ccted , the fifth man tying with ono on the temperance ticket , The following weru olooted , II , DIors. A , Martin. A. D. Richie , E , L. Rhodrs , W , F. iMoIono and S , UUioileo. WAYNE , Neb. , April 7 fSpoclal Telo- iram ) More votes were polled ycsteiday han at any previous city election , t'.io con- : est being over the election of members of : bo school board ; 310 votes were polled. J. P. Uacrtnnr defeated E. D. Mitchell by a majority of sixty for the two-year term and W. H , Bradford defeated R. C. Oaborn jy a majority of sixty-six for the one-year : erm All four are republican * . J , J. WIN lams and C. 0 , Flchor were elected for .hrco-jcar terms and A. F. Brenner for the ; uo- > car teim. II , Ley was elected mayor , E , Laugulln clerk , L Roe treasurer and A. T , Witter police judge. J. H. Gollwas elected councilman in the First ward , Ran I'Vazltr In tbo Second and D. C , Main In the Third. WINSIDE , Neb. . April 7 , ( Special , ) John Billet , L. 8. Needhtm , D. J. Cavonaugh , A. Woodward end Frank Welble wore elected trusteei Frank Browt-r , marshal ; Walter , clerk , nml A . B. Cherry , treasurer , for the ensuing year. WISNER , Neb. , April 7. ( SpeclM. ) The vlllaga election passed off very quietly hero yesterday , resulting to the choice of n solid democratic boartl of trustees. The succe w- ful candidates are : Sylvester Emloy , Adolph needier , William Brectzko , Owen Kane and John Klnzol , WOOD RIVER , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) The following wcro elected trustees ; K. T. Rounds , S. iA. Shcrrerd , Martin Dlcfcnderter , W. W. Mitchell and A. C. While. There were twcho other men , but none of them cnmo within fifty \otes of being elected. YUTAN , Neb , April 7. ( Special ) The following wcro elected : Mayor , A , W. Pndgot , silver-democrat ; treasurer , C. I ) . Rtilil , gold-democrat ; clerk , O. F. Pctor. repub lican ; councllmen , J. F. Mony , republican ; J. D. Phillips , republican ; F. P. Montfonl , republican , A. J , McDcnnot , silver-democrat , License carried. ! > > of Until nt WIN3IDE , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) After eight days of almost steady rain th sun has Just begun to Rhino again , Th ( heavy rains have taken oNery pnrtlclo ol frost from the ground and beaten down threads roads so tint a tow dajs ot wind and sun will make them bolter than they have been all winter. Many bridges wcro washed out by tlio rapid rising of the crceka nnd many others settled so as to bo unsafe for crow- Ing. People ha\o had to drive many miles out ot tholr way In order to get Into town. Some have been mired down and broken har ness and bugglrfl are not uncommon. .Measles Is epidemic In town among the chil dren and many older people have had th dlsoaso In a serious form. linn * from Hebron. HEBRON , Neb. , April 7. ( Speclal.Snm ) Tull and George McKnlghts. farmers living south of the city , engaged In a quarrel over some cattle of the latter. Tull broke Mc- Knlght's arm In two places with a club. "Frenchy" Sarnolsetto had a horse stolen yesterday morning from the south part of town. Father Boll of Crete Is assisting Father Potrasoh In the forty hours * dovotlonnl serv ice at the Church of the Sacred Heart. FlnilH HIM Hotel on Klrr. WrSNHR , Neb. , April 7. ( Special. ) A firebug - bug attempted to ot nro to the Wtonor hous Inst night by placing a bucket of coin natu. rated with kcrowMio umlor a window In the basement. The proprietor , F. J. Buck , had Jus.1 retired , nnd smelling burning pine , ttmila an examination of the promise * , discovering the llro nnd extinguishing It with a coupla of buckets of wnter. There is no clew t the guilty party. Hey Klllril liy n Clrc-nlnr Snw. NORTH BEND , Neb. . April 7. ( Special. ) Martin Dodge , n 12-j ear-old eon of Mra. L. II. Dodge , living ncro's the river , was sawing wood this morning with a circular saw , when the band became detached , nnd tlio wheel broke. A portion of the wheel struck the boy In the shoulder and neck , severing the Jugular vein and killing him Instantly. Throe- Year * for AMNIIII | ( . AURORA , Nob. , April 7. ( Special Tele gram. ) Frank Maxwell , convicted nt this term of court of nwault , wan rcntonccil to day by Judge Seilgwlck to three years In the penitentiary nt hard labor. The act WHB committed at Glltncr some months ago and the victim was n 16-year-old girl , who 1 * about half-witted. _ Given AViirnlnjr 'Notice. OMAHA , April 7. To the Editor ot Th Omaha. Bee : I wish you would insert an Item -warning the pedestrian that wends hti weary way out South Twentieth street near Lcavcnworth , at about 12:30 : at night to ba moro careful In ) throwing his gun Into a stranger's face and declaring ho will shoot his head off , for every person he meets has no intention of holding him up , nor have they any desire to test his shooting qual ifications. Plcaso advise him to take some thing for his eyesight , or else leave nlono that latest air ship craze booze , or bo and his gun -nlll have their downfall. Signed by the MISTAKEN FOR ROBBER. PAIIAGUAIMIS. P. W. Llttlo , Jr. , has. returned < o the Bar ker. ker.H. H. Ma-ion , Now" York , Is registered at the Mercer. P. Roes , Los Angeles , Cal. , la stopping at the State. A. J. Livingston , St. Louis , Is stopping at the Barker. C. B. Thompson , a Broken Bow merchant , is in Omaha. Colonel John S. Hoover , Blue Hill , Is a Barker guest , C. E. Yost left last night on a short trip to Des Molnes , la. Juilgo H. M. Grimes , North Plaits , was in the city yeBteidny , E. O. Spielberg , Now man Grove , Is stop ping at the Meicer. J. W. Williams , Rapid City. S. D. , Is reg- kteied at tlio State. II. G. Burt , formerly of the Elkhorn , left jesterday fnr Chicago. L. J. Simmons , a newspaper man at Harri son , is a. vloltor In the city. B. H. Towio and H. M. Goodwin , Chicago , die stopping at the Mercer. D. Grecnhut has gone to Chicago on a fortnight's visit with relatives , N. S. Hnrwood , president of the First Na tional bank at Lincoln , Is In the city. J. II. Brown , J. J , Bclnap und II. M. Glflln , Hastings , are icglstercd at the Barker. G. W. Box , Norfolk ; J. Cot , Hampton , and W. A. Fox , David City , wore In the city last evening. Pat Clark , Wakelleld ; J. Hoffman , Valen tine ; D. D. McTnggart , Utlca , are Ncbias- kans at the State. I. S. P. Weeks. D. C. Woodrlng , C. P. Ol son , A. P. Hyntt und C. C , . Shelby , nil rosl- dcnU of Lincoln , are In the city. J. II. McOlay , C. W. Pierce nnd Charles Wlrta , Lincoln , were In tbo city last night attending the Lo > nl Legion banquet , W. II , Thompson , who was on Tucjilay ro- elccteil major of Grand Island on the fusion tlcl > ct , Is In the city receiving congratula tions of fi lends. Hirry Join-son , accompanied by Mrs Ar thur Johnson , loft for St. Louis last night. They will rcluin within a neck , and Mis. Johnson will malio Omaha her home. J. E. IIouU , Lincoln , who Is said to ho olatcd for the position of collector of inter nal revenue for this rtlttilct , wns In the city ye-atorday und visited the goveinineut build ing. ing.Dr. Dr. Eugene May of Wflfthlngton , D , C. , spoilt last night In Omaha , kavlng thii morning for Fremont wh-.io IIP delivers a lecture upon BOIDO of the observations maJo during his extcnulvo European travclx , Nebrnskarui at the hotel.1 , E I'latt nnd F. D Crawford , Ooncva ; \ Newcomb. Kear ney ; T B. Irwln , O. and D , W. Motrltt , Gor don ; B. E. Field i , Fremont ; W. Beteson , David City , Jo L Codlngton , Auburn ; C , F. Ballaid , Ilavelock ; Henry R. Goring and H W. Cook , Platlsmouth ; W. L Wilson , Nebraska City ; H. H Ixiughrldge , Crawford ; J P. Johnsr/n , Kearney ; W , B Larlson , Wayne ; A. E Hubbard , Valley ; L Mlttel. stadt , Norfolk ; J B , Ferguson , Lincoln ; C , SI. DcjK > y , Do Solo , lonpf.my tliroat was niled with sores largo lumps formed on my neck , and a liorriblo ulcer broke out on my jaw , aaya Mr.O. lI.EIbert.whoresidustitjcor. 22d Bt. nnd Avenue N. , Gnlveston , Texas , lie was three tlmei pro nounced cured by prominent phy- fiiclnns , but tlio dreadful disease al ways returned ; ho was then told tlmb was tha onlycuro Ills hair hnd nil f a 11 u n out , and ho was in a sad plight , After taklncr ono bottle of 8,8. H. ho bepan to Improve and two dozen bottles on rod him completely , eo that for more thanslxyearaliQ has had no sign of tlio disease. 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