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THE OaLAIIA DAILY 15EE : , SEPTEMBER 12 , 1898.
SPECIAL NOTICES Ail * < -rllnrmrnt * tor tlii'iie ciiliiiiinii IKtnlicn until 1U tn. for tlir nnil until HiSIO fur inoriilnu nnil h ii ml ay minimi , llnli-n , 1 l-2e 11 noril Hrnt Innrrf lout ! < n 11 inil Ilierenfli-r. MillitnK taken for ICNI ( linn U.'c for ilir flrnt IIIHIT- llon. Tlii-Hc niM rrtlnoiMCiitd ninxt lie run c-oniu-ctif It l > . Ail > i-rllniT * , reiiticNtfnu n iiiiin- licrrtl rlicrll , cmi lintp iin * cr ml- IrcMHi-il to a iimnlipi-cil letter In pun- of ' ( 'Inllri * . AnmtcrM HO nililrenncil > T | | | InilrtK ercil nil iiri'Nviilntlon of tli chonU nnlr * ) MUTATIONS. WANTED , position In business house by Intelligent boy of 1C , wages no object A 4S , Heo A M311 WANTED , by Hrst-class nil-round candy maker , steady nnil reliable , permanent position B 10. Hue. A-M4W 12' WAVrHI > MA1.K IIRI.P. SALESMEN for cigars ; $125 n month and expends ; old firm , experience unneces sary. C , C. Ulabop & Co. , St. Louln , Mo. 1J-S30 I TAILORS , attend Dyhr's culling school BIS S 11. B-9S4Dec2 DEPUTIES wanted , both local nnil sl.ilo. nxceptlonnl opportunities for Rood men ; No 1 contracls ; both life nnd accident policies , weakly benefits , fraternal order , \V J Stuart , 405-8 lice blilg , Omaha U-M235 WANTED Oood harness maker ; single man Address Quo A. Hllla , Alliance , Nc-b B-2SJ-14 YOUNG men to learn barber trade ; only G to \\cek required ; we give our gradu- nles employment till they receive In wages an much na they p-iy for tuition and ex penses learning. St. Louis Barber Col lege , Odd Fellows' Uldg , DodKo nnd llth , Omaha , Neb. Prof. 9. Kundolph , Inst U-M322 O9 WANTED , men to learn barber trade Commission allowed this month Eight weeks complolcs Catalogue mailed free. Molcr's IJarber College , Chicago. i > -y\ui \ 6 i * WANTED , experienced clothlnK salesman. 1117 Douglns. B-MTO3-12 * "WE I'AY men $75 to $12T per month nnd expenses selling cigars ; experience un necessary ; permanent position. linlloy Bros. , Philadelphia. Pa. B-M372-13' YOUNG men of Rood nddrcHS to trnvel ; llbeinl Inducements to Rood men ; ex penses paid. Call Victoria Hotel , Win- sink B-315-10 * "WANTED , partner In maiiufacturliiK busl- Jiens. capital required , $33,000 Call 2 p in. Tuesday or Thursday , or address .1 H. Wilson , 512 N. Y Life Bldg. B-311 14' ACTIVE man to open olllro and take charBe of our business. Hilary nnd ex penses Oood chance for advancement Adtliess Superintendent , P. O Hut 7S" > , Phllndelphln , P.i n-MIH 12 ( WANTED Electrotypem. builders , mould ers and finishers , highest wngis and steady permant'iil position to BOOI ! men. AV H Cunkuy Co , Hammond Iml U-M412 13 100 OIHLS for all kinds of work ; JT to $7 week. Canadian OIllcc , 1522 Douglas C-S31 WANT13D-150 girls. 15JI Dodce. Tel 87C. C M511 OU-20 GOOD cook. S. C Cor. Jones and ISth. C MC-19 GIKL wanted for general housework 2020 13mnet. C M20S AVANTHD , n cook nnd a second girl with references. 1821 Douglas. C M222 "WANT13D , Klrl for jjeneral housework ; small family. 3003 Pnclllc. C-314-12 ' \VANTI3D. experienced millinery makers and preparers In millinery department Boston Store. Omaha , J. L. Brandies & Sons , pi optician * . C 310 12 WANTED , mangle girls to woik nights , Model Steam Laundry. 1110 Dodge St. C 313 12 \VANTOD-Competcnt girl , 1123 S. 31st St. C-M39I 13 WANTKD , experienced sales Indies Ir underwear and ribbon dcparlment nt Bos ton Store , J. L. Brandcis & Sons , proprie tors. C M43S 13 "WANTKD Girl for general housework 1B41 Georgia Ave. C 2S7 10 WANTHD , competent Blrl for work. 2315 St. Mnry's nve C MH1 l'-Ht IlKNT HOUS12S. CHOICE houses nnd cottages all over city $3 to J75. Fidelity , ilrst floor , N. Y. Life D t > : i2 HOUSES. Benowa & Co. . 108 N. ] 5th St D-S53 1IOUSKS , stores. Bemls , Puxton block. D-851 MOVING household goods and pianos Onmlm Van & Storage Co. , 1511 % Farnam Tel 1359 D55 FURNITURE nnd leasehold of a 7 and 13 room modern Hat for bale ; bargain : gooi location , tent low. Bemls Paxton block D-S3G A FEW COTTAGES. 436 Board Trade D-ST7 FOR RENT Several good houses , 3 to ruom-i. G L. Green , 2s Barker Block D-M40S TOR RENT , 8-room , all modern , detache house , near llimscom park. J. II. Slier wood , 42J N. Y. Life. D-MI1S 12 DUNDEE Place house C03 Bee. D-M3D4 IIDl'SES it stores rented & rents collected John W. Robblns , I'nOi rarnam st stDM937 D-M937 A I'EAUTITUL 4-rootn Hat. partly modeii cor 21th and Hamilton. Apply 'li Call ! well D-M'iSS IIENEWA'S residence to rent , 3200 Hurt D MUIS NEW cottiiije , easy payments. COI Bee Bldi D 210 4 , 6 AND 7 room stcnm heated Hats for rer Howard Knnck , ngt. , 1610 Chicago Slree C-ROOM modern Hat , 2129 I'atnam St , $23 f Store room. 2717 Ivcnvenworth St , J15 C Potter .1 George Co , 1CUI Farnam St f 12 ft I rou iinvr ri'iiMsiuu noons. NICELY furnished rooms. 2010 Dnvenpor E Jl 107 I a NlCE roomsrhousekeeping. 1112 S. lit E M17ti FURNISHED rooms , facing oxposllle grounds , board If desired. 3M4 N 20th S E M374 617' NICELY furnished rooms for transient 2209 Spencer St , Kountzo Place , near e poslton. E MHJ J TRANSIENTS , cool rooms , bath B11 1 19lh KSDOJ KXPOSITION vlsii rs"cniTpct rellnblo I formation In regard to hotels , room board , etc. nt the Ofllclnl Informntli Bureau , 1319 Farnam st : this bureau under the supervision of the e\posllli management. OHlce open day and nlgti na charge for Information E wj ROOMS , transients accommodated , 1 ! Uumlngs. E MSi Oil' FURNISHED fooniH-Jl 50 nnd J200p week ; central part of city. 1702Vebsit K--M300 23' ' FURNISHEU rooms 521 Soulh auh nve 1L 1211 u' ' TROCADERO-Beds 2Jc ; clcanT afe"i : Hurney. lV-Mli > 0 OS' ' 3 FURNISHED rooms for housvkeephi man und wife ; rcnl taken In board 319 17th. 1 M srmor.u MMiriis. WH SOLICIT und furnish p-Mi t i tanogruphers free Thu F-i tit I r ' Typewriter Co. Telcphct o i : S I ROOMS AM ) nOAUI ) . THE MKRIUAM , Hirst class family hotel 25th nnd Dodge Stf. F-8CO THE BENEFIT HOUSE. 2Ist nnd Plnkner Sts. , Hfty daintily furnished rooms ; one- square from the Arch of thc States ; c\er > thing new and Ilrst class ; terms reasonable. F S59 M"RS E L , SPOTTS. U22 N 19th SI , nTco rooms , pap , bath , first-class board , rates reasonable. 1' MI53 S23 TAKE down that "for sale" or "for rent" sign In ynur window. The Bee reaches more people In n dny than will pass > otir window In n month , and they consult these columns wlien they want to buy or rent. F SC5 EXPOSITION VISITORS , The Saratoga hotel , European or American , (100 and up , adjoins the grounds , Sherman avenue cnr line passes the hou < ; e ; summer resort Htjlo , families sollcted , modern , cool , homelike ; bnthi , gns , piano nnd library. Telephone 1931 , double pirlors , hnm- mocKH , vast verandas , park , scnts In the street cars , no dust ; Jolly people and croquet. Write or 'phono this minute ; spcc.lal offer for Yhosc who do. r SOI WELL rt'RNISHED rooms , line board. 1909 Capitol nve I * MKI O7 * COMFORTABLK rooms by dn > or week ; metals It deMred ; reasonable 520 N 19th. F M323 15' WANTED , two gentlemen desiring pcrmn- nent board. Address A 58 , Bee F M3IO 15 BOARD nnd room : gentlemen preferred nperl.il offer to the right party 1323 So S2d St F 315 12 VERY pleasant furnished room with board ; nil modern conveniences ; near llimscom park. B2 , Bee. F-MI19 12 LARGE south room , good board , refer ences. 202 N 18th. F-M4TO 12 1'OK IlKNT IJM't IIMSIIIM ) HOOMS. FURNISHED or unfurnished single or ensultc , by day or month. t21 < S 19th. G-429-S19 * 3 ROOMS 708 17th St G-M293 OS * SUITE of unfurnished modern rooms GIG S. 29th St. G-M42J 13 FOUR unfurnished rooms for housekeep ing , with bath nnd gas. Address A 59 , Bee G-312 10 * rou iinvr vrouns AM ) OKKICES. FOR RENT , the 4-story brick building nt 910 Farnam St. This building hns a lire- proof cement basement , water on all Hoors. gas , etc. Apply at the office of The Bee. 1-910 DESK room. G. G. Wallace , 313 Brown Blk. I-8C2 Nir-E store , Corner 21th nnd Hamilton Ap ply 2'il8 C'aldwcll. I fCJ FOR RENT , a good barn box stall , cheap. 1D02 Cass St. 1-M740 IN U. S. Nnfl Bk. Bldg. Inq C04 Bee Bldg. 1-112 Acnvrs w ANTE n. AGENTS nnd brnnch managers ; salary or commission. Hunter Tailoring Co. , Cin cinnati. O J-M917-Oct-ll * 'WAR With Spain , " 700 pages , com plete , English , Swedish and German ; out- Ill.freeV A. lllxenbaugh & Co. olllee 14 , Ware blk , Omaha. J-M412 O10 AVA.VI in TO iiK.vr. HAVE several choice tenants wanting houses , various sizes. Room C04 Bee bldg. IC-101 ALL persons desiring to lent their rooms to exposition visitors klndh call nt once. 210 S lith St. K M302 OS S-ROOM house , modern , on long lease. A. House. 13J4 Nicholas St K-M2M ) Ib WANTED , a 7-room house , modern Im provements , ccntrallv located , by Octo ber 15. Address A 00 , Bee otllce.K . K 311 12' WANTED. THREE OR TOUR NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS IN STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS NEIGH BORHOOD ; PERMANENT. ADDRESS A 42 , BEE. K-M433 12 STOUAGI : . PACIFIC Storage and Wnrehouse Co , 908- 910 Jones , general storage and forwarding. M 864 OM. Van & Storage , 1511V4 Farnam. Tol. 1559. M-865 , WAVmD TO I1UY. IF YOU nre In need of anvthlni ? try the Wnnt Columns of The Bee ; they will bring you what you want. N 867 2ND-IIAND bicycles. Omaha Bicycle Co. N-M7G4 OWNERS wishing to sell their property should list with us ; have numerous Inqui ries for cheap homes. Byron Reed Co. N-207-S13 THE BEST HOME ; J2.000 will buy on easy terms. I am no ueent. X C4 , Bee. Bee.NM751 HIGHEST price for second-hand household goods. Large lots a specialty Brown , 712 N. 16th. N M200 O3' KOII SAI.n KUHMTUUE. CHICAGO Furniture Co will sell furniture and stoves below cost , cot beds , 75c ; matlresses , Me , pillows , 20c 140S-10 Dodge. 0-M278 O7 rou SAM : HOUSES , WAKONS , IJTC. I'Oll SALE , horse , buggy , harness 2J09 N IS P 'JlD-S-tO * FOR SALE Cheap , Hue carriage Inquire nt 23CS St Mary's ave. P 253 13' FOR SALE Cheap , horse and phaeton , or account of leaving city 200 S 31st A\e. P-M3J2 U KOIl S VM3 LARGEST stock hardwood lumber , hoe fence , \vaxlng brushes , etc. Chas. 11 Lee 9th and Douglas. Q-MG HOG , poultry and lawn fences ; nil wire ; I ! best Wlro Works , 14th nnd Hartley. ntt. Q-SC7 t. B. HAAS , Florist , 1S13 Vlnton St . Tel 776 cut Hovvers , bouquets , hall , resl dence , wedding nnd Kra\u dciorations Orders by mall or express prompt ! } tilled IJ-M3 B CAIIN and nllo Calm cornet. Marowltz 41S N. 16th Q-fc69 FOR SALE , ten R I P A N S. for C cenls rt. at druggists , one gives relief. Q S70 100 KINDS mineral waters Sherman i MiConnell Drug Co. , 1513 Dodge St. Omaha Q MJS.9 . SIS' ' an FOR SALE , rellablo patent for state o 31. Nebrutka. Address A , Bee olllcc , Councl Bluffs. Q--M3 ts. FOR SALE , St Ixwls lire brkk , } 14 00 pc IX- M. Win. J. Wclshans. 'Phone 207. IXJ Q-SI5SS IXN N BARGAINS In good second hand surrejs phatcomi , concords und end spring , to bugnlcs at A J Simpson's , 1IOU Douglas S In- Q IJS is , on SALE or Trade , machinery , engine 9 Is pumps. Spraguu Machine U rks , 1210 Jones on : 02 * STAMPS , coins , I'Oiiylit , sold Mortensoii 401 N. 16th Q-MS4S S30 316 1 HAVE two almost new pianos , Hardma nnd Klmball , that 1 will sell cheap. An er terms. Address A 56 , Bee. Q 3JO 15 EIGHT fresh cows ; 2 springers. S416 Soul 2 < Hh St. A. Wellmnn. Q M335 12 Full SALE or trade , holel In good ordei For particular * address J W Clim 30 ? New port. Neb Q S47 IS * SrcONDHAND sowing machines from i iz. up Nebraska Cclu Co. , Cor. 15th an iz.N N Ilnrney Q-M350 12 t ONE rew Densmoro typewriter , No 1 f ( ule cheap Nebraska Cycle Co , cor 151 ind Hurney Sts. Q-M3S01J ftr U SAL1' ilifup. two tlckctn to Colon ex S-ir ! , f r lady and rntleman. n it i'e- . Q-MW ir MISCKI.LANKOtlS. TWENTV-F1VE cents will buy the latest publication Illustrating thc U , S. nnd Spanish navies , naval commanders , etc ; nlmost 200 photographic reproductions , with a largo map of the East nnd West Indies , nt the oftko of The Bee If or dered by mail , nddress Navy Photograph Dcpartmcnl , Omaha Bee. R S70 ANTI-MONOPOLY Gnrbngo Co. . cleans cesspools & privy vaults. C21 N 16 Till. 1779 R-M512-S20 * ei viuvoYA.vrs. ISMAR THE GYPSY. Truthful In her predictions , rellnble In her advice. It matters not what > our belief mny bo nor what your experience with so-called palmists nnd clairvoyants may have been , Ismar will convince you that the past , present nnd future can be told. She can be consulted dully nt her olllee , rooms 20 nnd 21 , Douglns block , cor. 16th nnd Dodge , opposite Hnjden Bros. MME. Gjltncr , genuine palmist. ! > Dodge. S-M1S4 03 VIENNA fortune teller , 18 years In Omahn. Past , present and future. 1411 Howard St. S-257-S13' MRS , .FIUT2 , clairvoyant , SOS N. 16th. S-20I-S13 MASSAUIJ , IIATIIS , IVl'C. MASSAGE nnd baths ; ladles nnd gentle men , mngnellc treatment. M Brlsson , Iff ? N. 12th. T-M313-S15 * LAURA ELI1SON , baths , massage nnd magnetic trculmcnt. 119 N. 16th , room 12 , upstairs. T 161-S20 * MME. AMES , f > 07 S. 13 , room 10 , massage , baths. T-2S1 13 MRS. DR. LEON , electric massage bath parlors , restful and curative. 417 S. llth , upstairs T-M231 12 MADAM SMITH. 118 North 15th street , massagei nnd baths ; room 2. T 239-12 * BATHS , ladles only. Mr . Porter , 203 Doug las Blk. T-339 O9 BEATRICE HARLOW , new mnssago and bath ; Egyptian treatment ; R 19. 1623 Fnrnam ; new attendant. T M328 16' I'KUSOXAI , . VIAVI CO , 346 Bee building. U-872 A LARGE Map of the World , one of Cuba and nnothcr of the entire West Indies , showing Cubn , Porto Rico , Huytl , San Domingo , Martinique und all the other West Indian Islands , 10 cents , at The Bee olllee. By mall , 14 cents. Address Cuban Map Dept , Omaha Bee. U S6S $30 RUPTURE cured for J30. No detention from business- jears In Omaha. Caller or write for circulars. Empire Rupture Cure , 832-93J New York Life bldg. , Omaha , Neb. U f > 73 PILES cured In 7 to 10 days , without pain ; ono treatment does the work , call or send for circulars. The Empire Pile Cure , 932 New York Life building , OmahaU874 U-874 DOCTORS If you have money , brains and entcrptlso , but few patients , 1 may help you Write to X 24 , Bee. U M9S6 PRIVATE hospital ; babies adopted ; con- llnement cases taken. Mrs Rltter , 2214 Seward , tel. 2231. U-MT50 S16 MARRIED ladles should send 10 cents for valuable secrets. Box 321 , Omaha U MC01 S23 LADIES' Bath Partjrs. 220 Bee Bldg Cabinet treatments $1 , electrical baths BOc. Telephone 1716. U-M333 MISS MAYER , lending chiropodist , mnnl- cure , 400 Paxton blk. , hns reduced prices on account of expo , visitors ; manicure , Hoc : shampooing , 35c ; foot treatmenls , half price , with directions how to effect a permanent euro ; Infallible foot powder positively cures odorous perspiration and tender feet. U MS25 S29 LADIES or gentlemen , do you want to marry In 30 tlnvs ? Send lOc for guaranteed secret , Box 125 , Omaha. U M292 OS SHOES soled nnd heeled. 50c. 710 N. ICth. U-M900 S30 SOLES nnd heels 45c. Peterson's old re liable shoo shop. Now shoes cheap. 16th and Cumlng. U M30S O9 THE Omaha Social club having moved from 520 S. 13 to 311 Karbac.li bl. , 15 nnd Douglas , will bo pleased to meet mem bers and welcome strangers to parlors ; correspondents furnished. Stamp. Alice Turney. Mgr. U-M304 OS MOM5Y TO I < OAN IllSAIj KSTATE. WANTED , choice' farm and city loans R , C. Peters & Co. , U. S. Nnt'l Bank Bldg. W-S75 (100,000 00 special fund to loan on first class Improved Omaha property , or for buildIng - Ing purposes. Fidelity Trust Company 6 5Vi per cent money. Bems ! , Paxton Block. W 877 11,000 and upwards to loan on Improved property.V. . Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 Farnam St. W 878 6 PER cent city nnd farm loans. Gnrvln Bros. , 1G13 Farnam St. W-S79 ANTHONY Loan & Trust Co , 315 N. Y. L ; quick money at low rates for choice farm lands In Iowa , Northern Missouri , East ern Nebraska , Av 840 MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real estate. Brennun-Lovo Co. , 219 S H > th. W 881 REAL ESTATE nnd mortgage brokers nnd promoters should write for circular. In- vestors' Directory Co , New York.WSS2 W-SS2 MORTGAGES. Wallace , 213 Brown Block. W-M733 MONEY to loan at low rates on Improved city property In South Omaha , Council Bluffs and Omahn U S Mortgage & Trust Co. AV II. Thomas , agent , First Nat'l Bank building. W-M277 ANY amount up to $8.000 ; also buy mort gages. F. D. Wcad , IGth and Douglas W-M431 MOMJY TO LOAN CHATTELS. $10 TO $10.000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND PIA- NOS. HORSES. WAGONS AND CAR RIAGES , WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS. etc , at lowest rates In Omaha , South Omnha and Council Bluffs ? No removal of goods ; strictly conlldciitlnl jou can pay the loan off at any tlmo 01 In nnv nmounts OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO . 306 SOUTH IbTII THE OLDEST. LARGEST AND ONLY IN CORPORATED LOAN COMPANY It- OMAHA. X-SS3 , MONEY loaned salaried people holdlm permanent positions with responsible con cerns upon their own mine , wlthou , security : easy payments. Tolmnn. II 706 N. Y. Life Bids. X SSI DIAMOND loan office , 1315 Douplns , unredeemed deemed diamonds , watches , etc sold cheaj X-413-S-20 MONEY loaned on life insurance policies pianos , furniture , warehouse receipts JBwelery , hones , cows , etc. Dull Green room 8 , Barker Blk. X-MI16 lltSIVUSS CHANCES. WILL erect building on lot 00x150 on 241 ! St , So. Omaha , Neb. , across from th new postolllce , for nny Hrst class busl ness F. J. Lewis , room No. 22 , Ware Bl'k Y-113-S9 > si PRINTING , Quick , clean , cheap. 1610 Casa Y-M670-SJ6 WANTED , partner , I want a sober , en ergetlc mnn with J.XO . , to manage busl ness In Omaha ; $15 per week wages nni 4 lnt resl In business , permanent sltua tlon : this Is a good business chance , ret ercnccs required. Address II Wllmerlnt 111 Ptorla , III. Y-M14812 * WANTED , parlner wllh cash In sloe ranch ; good profits absured A 43 Bee Y M23i ! 12 \VE ARE going to build a new rnllroa from Atkinson , Neb. to Nlohrara rlvei 25 mileH ; uloo establish two new town : We want several Ilrst clans business me with cnnltnl who want to make mone quick mid fnst , also good senographc who can operate cnllsraph prefer on who can take some stock nnd uct ns sec retary of coimtructlon company. Wl commence at onee Address C H. Browi Boe-'y and Tr Atkinson & Northern R. R Atkinson , Neb. Y-M403 ! ! Toil IF YOUR mortKn/pl / ( Ifl duo I will trndo clear lot for equity. ) * \ . 46 , lice. * " e.X20G813 X-20G-813 EO-ACRE farm , welt Improved ; n pleasant homo adjoining iiiirwnl railroad town ; the very best of poll7"wlll exchange for nn Omnha residence , n rare chance. M. J. Kennard & Son , 3tO Brown Blk. K-CS2 TO EXCHANOE-Cfear 160 acres of land nnd Omnha city Inrtl , nil clear nnd taxes paid , for savings jMik ccrtlllcales Ap ply 612 Bronn Block. i5-2SS-17 roit hAi.i-iinAi , KSTATK. HOUSES , lo s , forms , lands , loans , also Hro Insurance. Bemls , Pnxton Block RE-SS5 HAVE you some lols to spll' Now Is the time to dispose of them ; let the people know that > otl want to dispose of them The Bee reaches the people who have the money. RE SC6 $33000 FOR 6 full-sired lots on electric cnr line. J. N. Frenzer , opp. old P. ORE8S7 RE-8S7 FOR BALE , desirable residence lots. 124x 750 : tn first class location ; ten minutes' wnlk from court house ; cheap for cash. Address O 61 , Bee. RR SS9 FOR SALE , cheap , 1 15-room house nnd lot on 17th si. , north of Lenvonworth : nlso 1 11-room house on 17th ave. Call at 701 S 17th nve. , upstulrs. RE-M294 O8 SOUTH OMAHA PROPERTY FOR SALE. LOTS on T street , between 33d nnd 36lh streets. In Mnloney's addition. Hvo blocks soulhwest of Armour's new packing house , $15000 ; terms easy. THREE lots northwest corner 31st and S streets , $20000 each. LOT on 31st strecet , between Q and U streets. $10000. 6-UOOM house , city water , etc. , 1022 N. 21st street , $1,00000. ACRE lots near South Omnha , $15000. 5 AND 10-ncro tracts near South Omaha , $123 00 per acre. POTTETl & GEORGE COMPANY , 1G01 Farnam St. RE-M331 15 FOR SALE , 92 feet on Half Howard street , between 41st and 42(1 streets , $60000. Lot on Harney street , near 42nd street , $330.00. 5-room house , good lot , 3119 Burt street , $1,20000 POTTER & GEORGE COMPANY. 1601 Farnam St. RE-M352 12 TO BUY or sell houses lot.s or lands. Call on J. W. Robblns , 1802 Farnam.RE RE M769 FARM LANDS I have for sale a great many farms In the following counties In Nebraska4 Adams , Antelope , Boone , Buffalo , Cass , Clay , Howard , Knox , Pierce and in fnct most every county In the stntu of Nebraska. TheHe lands must bo sold and can be had nt prices that will nstonlRh jou If you will write nnd tell me what county > ou wish to buy a farm In 1 Will send you , ilcsc rlptlun of what I luuo for sale there. Now Is the time to buy a Nebraska fnrm All particulars concerning these farms will be cheerfully given Address , .Lyinan Yt > ntcrman , ! > New York Life Uulldlnt' , Omaha RK 290 10 biCOM ) HAM ) KUIlMTUnU. WE HANDLE thVbcst furniture nnd stoves , highest market prices paid , sold nt small protlt. Davlcl Brodkcy. 110 S 14 M ICG-Nov. U WE will sell gooit woven wlro cots with mattress for $1 25 < Lewis , 1414 Dodge. 753-S27 LOST , pent's gold watch , made by James Knhn , No 10100. left In closet at Unloi PnclHc depot liberal reward for return to U. P. ticket otllce. Lost 799 LOST , LADIES' POCKETBOOIv CON- talnlng $250 In gold , 52,50 In sliver , return ticket to Butte , Mont , and 2 keys. Re ward for return to rear S29 < S. 19. Lost-M144 12 LOST , parasol Mary F. Scott , 2131 So 18th street ; reasonable reward. Lost 316-10 * TYI'nWIUTKIlS. TYPEWRITERS for rent , $4 00 per month The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co. , 162o Farnum St. ; telephone 1284. 891 WE rent and Bell the best typewriters made ; largest stock of good supplies In Omnha. United Typewriter and Supply Co. , 1612 Farnam St. 892 SECOND-HAND Smith Premier nnd Rem Ington typewriters ; repairs for all makes western ugfiits for Williams typewriter Derlght & Co. , 1116 Farnam. Tel. 353. M 424 S19 SIIOIITHAM ) AND TYI'KWUITIISO. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life. The school whoso students get employment Conducted by an experienced reporter.sss sss AT OMAHA Bus. College , Ibth & Douglas SHORT-HAND , up-to-date , laught by cour reporters. Bo > les' School , 403-5-7 Bee bldg VJO TAILORING. MAX FOGEL makes , cleans , repair clothes. 307 S. 17th. M-321 O9 JOE YOUSEN , the tailor , Boyd's Theate bldg. : lovely suits $15 ; clothes cleaned an mended at most reasonable prices ; work called for and delivered. Tel. 1828 413 O10 I'AWMtUOKnilS. EAGLE Loan ofllce 1211 Douglas ; oldes established , most rellnllle , iiccommoclai Ing ; business confidential , selling out $10- 000 00 stock of unredeemed diamonds at bit ? bargains 'JC3 Octl MEDIC \ I , . ALL women who can't raise family should consult the renew ned German specialist , Dr. Pries , 1513 Dodge St. Lellcrs 2 cents. S23 TR VCK \ < in. YARD room , or slorago wllh trackage centrally located. Address box 52 , City. ' ' 890 STATVAUY. GONNELLA manufactures nrtlstlc ntntu- nry Inside ornamental work n speclnlty. 317 S lOlh. " M621-NOV-24 J. R MAXCY ft CO. , nuclloneers , room 518 Pnxton block , want tjjuur auction sales of real exlnte , merchandise , furniture , live slock , etc. i , 893 I'HIVATIJ HOSPITAL. DR LIEBER , cmicerW , female dlsensea. 1912 Leavcnworth. " " M 117 Oct-l Hit LIFE Insurance policies boucht for cash. Richard Herzfeld * ant JaSnle ! St . Chi- cnco - 994 O3 HARDWOOD OMAHA Hardwood Lumber Co , oak. hick ory , ush , cypress , poplar , etc 11 & Call C09-S-20 PI.V > O TACTOUY. PIANOS of nny design made to order , olri pianos overhauled and made equal tt new. second-hand pianos alwa > s or hand C. Sommer , prop. , 3-il S 10th St 265 O6 IIICVCI.RS. NEW w heels , $17 GO to $23. 2nd hand wheels i $3 to $10. Omaha Bicycle Co. , 16 & Chicago C19 s PLUOENO nlops punctures ; fully suaran n teed , dealers send for terms. Model Mfg y Co , 1604 Cass. 173-O3 erne ne c- AM ) bTlfTTKIIIMJ. c111 SCHOOL for cure of these defect * . Jull : E. Vaughufl , 30u N. Y. Life bide.H906 H-906 815 SCHOOL OP D1U3SS CUTTING. LATEST tailor system ; diplomas awarded. MM. Martin , general agent , teacher , 2233 Charles. M-397-8-18 CUTTINQ and fitting school ; XT. 8. system. 1613 Douglas. M-190-8-12 * 1MOS TUM2I ) . 1'IANOS tuned , $1.50. Rose , 1521 Dodge. 3t8 O9 rtiiiMTi'un ' UE \ARLING'S furniture repnlr shop , 12:0 Harney. P.-M931 S30 vrnuno AM ) IJIKCTUOT\IMMS. I. S. STARK & CO. , 1110 Douglas LKY COIISIJTS. ONLY corset mndn having waist line. Room 10. Crelghlon Blk. , IBth & Douglas. 67J S-Zo IIOl'SE MOVIill. W. COY , removed to 1716 St. Marx's Avo. * * VIOMINS IlBPAIIinU. C A. CASD. violins repaired. 416 Shcoly block. -298-N14 WESTERN Plating Works. 1112 Dodge St. MS27 UCt-fc9 VOCAL STUDIO. BEYMER , vocnl studio , 612 Knrbneh block. 755 8-27 MASONWOUK. MASONWORK Jobber. E. Healy. 1822 Clark Htrnet. til7-S26 * FUUMTlJIlia PACKI3I1. M. 8. WALKIN. 2111 Cumins. Tel. 1831. SIGN PAINTING. B. H. COLB. signs ; 705 8. 27th 211-3-13 OPTICAL , EYCS tested free. Optical SUES & CO. , . .PATENT- IAUURS AND SOLICITORS Bee bldg , Omaha. Neb. Enid for our fine Invent ors Onitlu lol. 1UJJ COUNTY CONVENTION. Headquarters republican Douglas county central committee. . , Pursuant to a resolution adopted nt n regular meeting of the republlcnn Douglns county central committee a delegate con vention of the republicans of the county of Douglas , state of Nebraska , Is hereby culled to meet at Washington hall , In the city of Omnha , on the 17th day of September , 1S9S , nt 2 p m , for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following olllcca tow it : Ono (1) ( ) county attorney , three (3) ( ) state senators , nine (9) ( ) stale representative's , ono (1) ( ) county commissioner for the Second dis trict , ono (1) ( ) county commissioner for the Fourth district , ono (1) ( ) assessor for each wurd In thc cities of Omaha nnd South Omaha , ono (1) ( ) assessor for each county precinct , nnd for the purpose of nominat ing such other olllclnls ns shall be neccs- snry and for the transaction of Buch other business as may properly come before the comonllon. The reprcsenlntlon In said convention shall be as follows : Ten (10) ( ) delegales from each ward In the city of Omaha , four (4) ( ) delegates from each ward In the city of South Omaha. live (5) ( dulegates from each country precinct. The primaries for the selection of dele gates to said county convention will bo he'd ' on the 16th day of September , A. D. 1893. nnd In the several wnrds of the cities of Omnha nnd South Omnhn and in Jeffer son and Union precincts Such primaries will bo held ' from 12 o'clock noon to 7 o clock p. m. of sild day , and In all other country precincts from 7 o'clock . p m. until P m ° f Sa'd ' dn ' JlaceSiP < > > nt thc " * First Ward-Sixth and Pacific streets " Wuril-F tociith and str eT" Williams Third Ward-1120 Capitol avenue , street ! ; Wnrd-222 South Seventeenth ilfihYartlr2r614 \ Sherman avenue. Sixth \vard Twenly-fourlh and Spruce slreelB. § 5v ? ih , Waril12 Park avenue , streets Vard-Twenty-nrs' "d Cumlng Ninth Ward-Twenty-nlnth and Farnam streets. SOUTH OMAHA. First Ward Twenly-fourlh , between M nnd O streets. Second Ward McGuckln's Hall , O and Twenty-fifth B treats. Third Ward Kelcar BuildingThlrty - flrst and Q slreets. Fourth Ward Old school house , Thirty- third and J streets. East Omnha School House District No. 61. West Omaha Dundee school house. McArdle Glandt's bcliool house. Florence City hall. Vnlley Opera house hall. Chicago Klner's hall. Jefferson Slmon'B shoo factory. In all other wards nnd precincts the prlmnrles will bo held at the places where they were formerly held , unless changed by order of the commltleemon of such ward or precinct. Dated at Omaha , Neb , this 8th day oi September , A. D. , 1838 O. R. WILLIAMS , Chairman. CHARLES F. TUTTLE , Secretary Lincoln , Denver , Colorado , Utah , California , Black Hills , Montana & Pugct Sound 4:33 : pin 4:00 : pn Hastings Local . . 7:00 : pm 7:10 : pn Lincoln Fnst Mall 2'55 pm "ll O an DeiiMr , Colorado , I'tnh , California nnd Puget Sound. ' 11.50pm 2'15 an Dallj Dally except Sunday. CHICAGO. I'.OCK ISLANI & Pacific " Rullrond-"Th Great Rock Island Route ' City Ticket Olllce. 132 Fnrnam Street Tclephon 423 Depot , Tenth nili Mason Stteets. Tclephon C2 . _ . . I/cave. Arrive ? ? Mo'ncs ' Local. . 7:15 : am " 11.25 nr Chlengo Express . . . " 11.10 am 8:00 : nr ( Chicago Fasl Kx- _ ' press 5.00 pm 1:25 nr 'Bt. Paul Fast Ex- pre s . . 6:00 : pm 11S5 : ar " LInroln , Colorado Springs , Denvtr , Pueblo and West 1.30 pm 4,25 or Dea Molnes , Rock - Island and Chi- a cugo 7:15 : pm 8.50 pr Colorado Flyer. . . . . C:40 : jim 8:50 : ni Dally. Dally except Sunday. UAII/UAY TIMIS CAllI ) . ( Continued. ) HICAOO , ST. PAUU MIN- ncapolla & Omaha Railway General Olllccs , Nebraska Division , Fifteenth and AVebster Streets. City lcket 0fllce , HOI Farnnm Street. Tola , phcne , 561. Depot , Fifteenth and Wcbslcr Slrcets. Telephone , 1,45.1.Leave. Leave. Arrive. Sioux City Accnm. . 8.50am 8.33 pm "oux City Accom . 9.50 am SS5 : pm lair , Emerson Sioux City , Poncn , HartliiRton and Bloomllcld 1 1:00 : ptn "lliSS nm oux City , Mnn- kuto. SI. Paul & Minneapolis 6:00 : pm 9.00am a 2. St Paul Lim ited Makes no stops In Neb 1 6:00 : pro 'o 1 E\poMtlon Llmlted-M K"M no stop In Neb . . . 9:00 : am S'os. 21 nnd Exposition Local , to Emeison , stops all millions except Brlggs 6.15 pm * S:30 : nm Dally D.illy except Sundny. Sun day only. Docs not stop nt DcSota or 'offman ' CHICAGO A NORTHWEST , ern Rallwav City Ticket Olllce. 1401 Farnam Slreel. Telephone , 561. Depot , Tenth , nnd Mason Streets. 'elcphone ' , 629. Lenvo. Arrive. jnyllght Chicago Special 6:40 : am 11:55 : pm lo Valley , Sioux Clly. St. Paul & Minneapolis . . . . 6.00 am 10:45 : pm o. Vnlley , Sioux City . . . . . . . . . 7:45 : am 9:00 : pm Carroll , Dennlson , Council Blurts . 11:30 : pm 9.40 am Eastern Ex. , Des Molnes , Marshall- town , Cedar RapIds - Ids and Chicago . . 11:03 : nm 4:20 : pm Uantlo Flyer , Chl cngo nnd East 4:53 : pm 4:20 : pm 'nst ' Mall , Chicago to Omaha 3:15 : pm orthern Express . . 5:30 pm 8:40 : am imaha-ChlciiBO Spc- clnl 6:55 : pm 8:23 : am Omaha-ChlcaKO Ex- press s.oo pm ' "C.55 nm Dally "Dully Ex. Saturday. "Dally 'x. Monday. FREMONT. KLKHORN & Missouri Valley Railway General Olllces. United Stales Nallonul Bank Bldg , Southwest Corner Twelfth I'nrn'nm Streets Ticket Olllce , 1401 Strcel. Telephone , D61 Depot , 5th und Websler Slreets Telephone 1,438 Leave. Arrive. Blnck Hills , Dead- wood. Hot Springs. 3.00 pm 5:00 : pm iVyomlnu , Casper and Douelas . . 3.00 pm " 5.00 pm lastlngs , York Dn- vld Clly , Superior , Geneva , Exeter & Seward 3.00 pm 1 5.00 pm Norfolk , Verdlgro nnd Fremont . . . 8:15 : nm " 10I45 am ilncoln , Wnhoo & Fremont 8:15 : nm 10:45 : am Fremont Local . . . . S 15 am "ork Passenger. . . . 6:10 : pm 9:40 : am Dally Dnllv except Sunday. Sun ay only. Dally except Saturday. 3-STorx CIT\ & PACIFIC Railroad General Olllces , United States National Bank Building , S W Cor ner Twelfth and I'urnani Street Ticket Ottleo , 1401 Fnrnnm Street Telephone , Ml Depot , Tenth nnd Mason Slreetu. Telephone , 62 ! Leave. Arrive. Sioux City , Muti- kato , St. Paul , C.OO am * 8:40 : am Minneapolis . C 3u pm ' 10 15 pm Sioux City Local . 7.45 am U.OO pm 'Dally UNION PAPITIC "THE Overland Route" General Olllces N W Corner Ninth and Farnam Streets City Ticket Olllce , 1302 Farnam Streel Telephone 31R. De pot , Tenth and Muson Streets. Telephone 629. Leave. Arrive. 'The ' Overland Llmlled" for Den ver. Salt Lake , and western p'ts . 1 8:50 nm 4:15 : pm The Colorado Spe cial , for Denver & all Colorado p'ts. ' 11:55 : pm 1 6:40 : am Fast Mall Train for Denver , Salt Lake , PaclHo coast and all western points * 4:3. : pm 6:40 : am Incoln , Beatrice & Stromsburg Ex. . . 3:30 : pm 12:30 : pm Fremont , Colum bus , Norfolk , Gr'c ) Island and North Pintle 4:33 : pm 4:15 : pm Columbus local 6:50 : pm 9:40 : am South Omaha Local Pass Leaves , 6.15 a. m. ; 7:00 : a. m. : 9:10 : a. m. : 3:03 : p. m. Ar rives , 10:30 : a. m. ; 3:30 : p. m ; 6 p. m. Council Bluffs Local Leaves 6:40 : a. m. ; 6.50 n. m. ; 7:40 : a. m. ; " 9:40 : n. m. ; 10:30 : n. m. ; 12:30 : p. m. : 2:15 : p. m. ; 4:30 : p. m ; 4:33 : p. m. ; 4:55 : p. m. ; 5:55 : p. m. ; 8:20 : p. m. Ar rives , 7:20 : a. m. ; 8:25 : a. m. ; 9:10 : a. m. , 11:30 : a. m ; 3:05 : p. m ; " 3:30 : p. m ; 4:20 : p. m. : 5:40 : p. m. ; b:30 : p. m ; " 6:50 : p. m. ; 9:05 : u. m. ; 11:55 p. m. Dally. " Dally except Sunday. OMAHA & ST. LOUIS RAILroad - P2HI road Omana , Kansas City & ARTHUR Eastern Railroad "Tho Port Arthur Route" Ticket Ofllco 1416 Farnam Street. Tele- L. , . . . phone 322. Depot , Tenth and Mason Slrcets. Telephone 629. Leave. Arrive. St Ix > uls Cannon Ball express . . . . 4:33 : pm 11:30 : am Kansas City & Qulncy Local . . 7:40 : am 9:05 : pm Kansas City Ex press 7:45 : am Omaha & Qulncy Kxpress 8:30 : pm 7:45 : am Port Arthur Ex press 8:30 : pm Dany MISSOURI PACIFIC HAIL- road -General Ofllcos and Ticket Olllco , Southeast Cor ner 14th nnd Douglas Streets Telephone , 104 Depot , 15th and Webster Sts. Telephone Leave. Arrive. Kansas and Neb. Limited . . . . 3:03 : pm * 12.55 pm Kansis City & St. Louis Express - 9 TO pm 6 00 am Nebraska Local 4.JOpm " 9.15am ' Dally Dally excep't Sunday. Dally "I1 illy except Sunday. CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & St Paul Hallway city Ticket OIIlic. 1GOI Pnrnim Street , Telephone , 2S4 De pot , Tentr and Mason Stieels Telephone , G9 ! _ Leave. Arrive. Chicago Limited Express . . . 5:13 : pin S 20 nm Omaha & Chicago Express 11.00 am " 4:15 : pm Sioux C'ly nnd DCS Molnes Kxpress . . 11-00 am " 4 IB pm Manilla Local 10:00 : pm 9:15 : am W ABASH RAILROAD- TUkot Otlke , 1415 Farnam Struct Telephone , S9. Do- rot , jcntli nnd Mason btrccls. Telephone , C29. Leavo. Arrive. Si Louis "Canon Ball ' Express . . ' 4 30 pm 11:30 : am Dall/ HIS LUC ; . lOlprrlence of ail Anicrli-llll > \ltll the I'orelKll "Tip" SMlcin. "Yes , I had a charming trip to Europe , " said Mr. Forrest lloblnson of the Way Down East company to a Boston Qlobu man. "I spent most of my time In London , where I lia\o many friends and always enjoy my self. Dut I had the most fun , I think , out of an American whom I met there a few days before my return. "He was making hlx Ilrnt visit abroad and the 'tip' syslem was all new to him. Of course ho had been nccuetomed to fee the wallers at public tables here , nnd all that , but when lie found that In London a tip was expected for the slightest Hcrvlco ami often for no ir-vlco at all , It annoyed him. Ho was talking of It half the tlmo de clared It a nulhancc , extortion , robbery and all sorts of nefarious things He was going to Paris nnd I went to Charing Cross sta tion to see him off. "In gelling out of the hansom he caught his foot somehow , fell heaNlljr and lay helpless - less A surgeon was hastily summoned the railway companies keep them on tap there , 1 fancy -and ho discovered that my friend's hip was dislocated The sufferer was berne I Into a private room In the station and lal 1 'on a hofa , and the Hurgtou directed ouc of ' the muscular portcra who had act' i as ' bearers to grasp the Injured man arounJ I the boJy under the nrnm , took hold of th dUIocHted hip himself , so as to tnanlpulata thc Joint , nnd snld to another big porter ; " 'Now. pull his ICR ! ' "My poor friend was Buffering Intcnio agony , but he looked up to mr with n wan smile nnd murmured In n broken > olco ; " 'It's the last chance they'll havcJ' " I-.VCTS rou SMOKERS. invot : or the Siiin | > - of During the war with Spain , relates the Now York HornlJ , the smokers of line Havana cigars , whether Imported from the factories of Havana or made In Ihe United States of tob.tcco Imported from Cuba , ha\o had but Mulct lo grumble nt og regards the silply , at merely n slight Increase In price. Now , houc\or , It would seem as It their troubles arc about to commence In earnest. This la owing to the new tariff under which the commerce is to bo conducted , Hitherto It has been the rigid law ( hut no tobacco of foreign growtlv- should be allowed lo cnlor the Island of Cuba , except n quan tity grown In Porto Hlcn of the typo used exclusively in the Havana cigarette fac tories and of no practical use to the cigar factories proper , there being plenty of much bettor material nt lower priors It was wing to the rigid observance of this regu- nllon that the status of the Cuban cigar wns 'ko Caesar's wife above suspicion. It was wing to this well recognized fact In the Igor markets of the world that the Cuban Igar brought the high price that It did. With Iho outbreak of the war with the Jtibans cnmo the first attempt on the part f the Spanish government to cripple and cstroy the foal-grow Ing clear Havana cigar : idustry of the United States , which had so regressed that nt the passage of the Mc- tlnley bill It was estimated Hint about 200- 00,000 cigars n year of that type and grade ere being made hero for home consumption nly , nnd It was the enforcement of this law which really first Introduced Iho domcstlc- nado clear Havana cigar on Us merlin to ho American smoker. Hitherto It had been Imply dumped Into empty Imported boxes nd sold as Imported stock to secure the mmcnse proflts by Iho avoidance of the mport duty of | 4.BO per pound nnd 25 per ent ad valorem This was such n recog- Izcd practice that every United Slnles fac- ory without exception made Its goods In lie exact sizes and shapes of the leading ! ubnn manufacturers , using n similar blend f tobacco for that purpose. At that tlmo this country was taking omctliltiR like 100.000,000 cigars n jonr from Jubn , but this has now dwindled to nbout 0,000,000 and the rest are made from Im- urted Cuban tobacco by our own manu- ncturers Then the Wejler edict prohibiting the exert - ort of tobacco went Into force and It wan nought by the Spaniards that , the raw nm- : erlal supply stopped , the American manu- 'acturcr of clear Havana cigars would lese is trade connection nnd that the demander ! or the Imported cigar of Cuba the only ne to contnln Havana tobacco would boom tejond Its old record figures of Impoitatlon T-.us was n dream. The foresight of the Vmerlran mnnufnctuier , his icadlncss to pay iuat nny price In reason , his going to Europe and htijlng at advanced prices nil lock before other countries realized the oining "sQueeze , " cnvo him the master hand for the tlmo being. Then came the war with Spain. The Inrana factories In Cuba ceased to wotk. No leaf tobacco could como out. And Just Alien Ameilcon supplies were at the last asp , and It was time to make the seed beds in Cuba for the 1S9U crop , peace was declared. There Is now a Certain amount of leaf tobacco In the Island ready for use , m the great bulk suitable for the American market is already contracted for by ono or two American firms , nnd as the Havana factories started to work even before the , 'lrst ' whisper of the protocol In fact , ns soon ns Gustavo Bock arrived there from this country It is certain that the local manufacturers have gobbled nil suitable leaf .n sight , and coed tobacco will be still scarce until the now 1R9 ! ) crop Is seeded , planted , crown , harvested and placed on the market. There comes the rub. Hitherto the Cuban aw material has been unimpeachable , but under the new tariff for the first time It li possible to take Into Cuba unstcmmcd leaf tobacco of foreign growth at * 1 per pound duty , and stemmed leaf at Jl.CO per pound duty , with a surtax of 100 per cent ! on wrap pers , and the full result of this change li yet to be seen. The duties are regarded as heavy and are believed to be prohibitory , but It Is ono thing to actually prohibit and another to al low under rettrlctlons. Under the prohibi tion a Havana manufacturer wluh olher lo- bacco on hand than that grown In Cuba could be called to account for Its possession , but once It enters Into the composition of a cigar an expert cannot swear to Its pres ence , except thatl the quality la depre ciated. NaturallTy , in the face of this , but ono thing remains the honor and trade reputa tion of the recognized Ameilcan manufac turer who Is making the goods and who has In the past shown that his word Is his bond. The difference In the surroundings of t'ho importation of raw material to Cuba may rnako a serious change and shake the confidence of the world In the unswerving purity of the Cuban made goods , but any such change can only redound to the ad- vantngo and reputation of the clear Havana cigar manufacturer of the United States , who has used nothing but the Cuban Uaf In lliu past and whose trndo unhesitatingly believes such to be the fact. Fo far as the trade of this country Is con cerned the clear Havana cigar man of cs- tablUhed reputation will gain Immeasurably by such n change , and If the Cuban reputa tion suffers , who can till what place the American manufactured goods may not eventually take In the markets of the world ? For broken surfaces , sores , Insect bltci , burns , skin diseases , nnd especially plica , there Is one icllnblo rtinrdy , DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. When > ou tall for DeWltt's don't accept counterfeit or frauds You will not bo disappointed with DuWltt'a Witch Hazel Salve _ UurKliifN I llll/i * tlic Telephone. Robin Hood was considered n % ery clever robber , but beside the modern thief ho was a guileless elil'd Your up-to-date robber uses all modern Inventions anil conven iences , relates the C'hltngo Inter Ocean. His latest feat Is to discard the revolver and the sandbag for the telephone The pollco havit been Infoimed of this new wrinkle In burglars tools , and hereafter every man caught with u tclephono Is likely to become u n object nf suspicion. Yesterday afternoon nbout 4 o'clock IT. B Leavltt , u druggist nt Hill and Wells streets , answered the tclephono and wns asked to rail John Olson of Mi Hill street , Just nronnd the corner , to the ttlephone. The druggist dispatched a < lerk to the ON son Hat , and Urn lad soon relurned saying no one WHS at home Thu ntiswcr was com municated to the man who wns "holding the wlro" at the other end of the line , nnd thu druggist thought little of the circum stance at the time A short time afterward Lcnvltt , In answering the telephone , heard n feminine voice The woman said Him would llko to talk to some member of tha Olson family "Bo sure nnd find whether nny one Is nt home " she snld "for II Is very Important. " Leavltt's clerk pounded the Olson door for several minutes , and the feminine voice , thanked the druggist fur his trouble when the Informntlrn was Imparted that surely no ono was nt homo When Olson nnd his wife returned homo Into In thc evening they dlseoveied that their Hut hnd been S ( arched nnd over 1100 worth of silverware. Jewelry nnd clothing had been taken Olson dropped | n at the ronu r drug Htoro to tell his woe , and then Len\ltt recilled the two ( onversatlons with the persi rs who hii'l been HO nnxluux to be ( n , ui that OIHOII w is not nt home AS hen } < > u call fcr ueVVitts Wl'ch Hawl F Ko if- rr t i I'o cure , don't accept nny- t - I " I'on't ' Ic talked into accepting a Ed i in , for pls-i , for sores , for bruise * .