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8 OMAHA JDAlL3f BEE MONDAy'JXJNE 30 1884
THE DAILY BEE.
Monday Moraine : , Juno 30 ,
LOOAL BBEVITIES ,
The Douglas county teachers' tnsUlnti
Will bogtn In this city August llth.
The sale ot the steamer "Gon.
has been confirmed by Judfro Dumly.
Moses P. O'Brien has .boon Admitted t <
lirncllco in the United Stntoi court ,
llonry Hornbcrgcr has commenced ox
cavMIng for the foundation of a largo am !
handsome rosldonco on Oak Hill , south Seventeenth
teonth direct. It trill Uy o > or anything Ir
On Monday irod Tuesday an opportnnltj
will bo Riven to applicants for teacher * ' posi
tions to bo examined at the high school.
The funeral of lion. S. 8. Caldwell took
place Saturday from the family residence ,
Ho. 1022 Davenport street. There was n lnre ,
attendance of prominent citizensamong , whom
were many of the old settlors.
The specimens of drawing and writing ,
by the pupils of the puhlio schools , will re
main on exhibition in Superintendent James'
office for a few days , so all can have an op
portunity of inspecting the work.
Dr. Totter , president of Union College ,
N. Y. , who was elected bishop of Nebraska ,
has notified llev. Jnmes Pfttorson , secretary
of the Episcopal council , that ho has taker
the matter under consideration.
The Knights of Pythias excursion to Ash'
land on Friday proved n grand success. The
excursion train consisted of six coaches. Tht
Kntghta had a splendid time , being handsome'
ly entertained by the Ashland people.
By order ol Marshal Oummings a raid was
made upon the "women of the
town , " and forty-eight were rounded up and
landed in jail , together with twenty young
men who were found In their company. The
whole crowd was a bad lot.
The Knights of I'ythlas who wont to Ashland -
' land yesterday , resolved themselves into a
i. . thanksgiving committee on the return nnd
' wheroasod that the B. & M. railroad officials ,
Star Ledge and citizens generally of Ashland ,
having treated them with great kindness and
courtesy , "deserve , and wo hereby tender"
thanks for the favors shown.
In the county court on Friday Mrs. Todd
applied for a writ of habcaa corpus to got her
daughter Daisy out of Molly Wright's estab
lishment. Daisy became n mother n few weeks
go , and upon recovery returned to Molly
Wright's place , of which she had previously
boon an inmate. The real object of .tho suit is
to get possession of her child.
One hundred days of the hottest season of
I the year before us ! Consider this , housowlfo !
Will you have the Intense boat produced by a
coal steve in your house 100 days , through the
most intense heated Hooson of the year for the
paltry sum of 510 ? I guess not. Then buy
the Quick Meal Vapor Steve , that , on account
of it's satisfaction giving ways , has restored
peace nnd happiness in many n family where
those necessities have been strangers for years.
W. J ? . STOITZKL , 521 South Tenth street.
The principal business In poltco court on
Saturday was the disposition of the cases
of the soiled doves who were raided last night.
There were nearly fifty of the very lowest
women rounded up by the police , and about
twenty of them appeared in pollco court this
morning , and were fined $5.00 and costs.
They were n very tough-looking lot of women ,
being as homely as nhodgo-fonco and shabbily
dressed. They presented tbo nppoarnnco of
having been run through a threshing machine.
While they were seated within the rail , they
were atarod at by a crowd of men on the out-
eldo of the enclosure.
A Pornam street clothing morahant found
something on Saturday. It was a cigar and
the merchant found it In his coat pocket. lie
was happy , of course , and borrowing a match
from a passer-by ho proceeded to solace himself -
self with the fi ogrant fumes. But in an evil
hour the cigar , thinking that the Fourth of
July hadcoir.o with all its glory , commenced
to sputter and omit sulphurous sparks. The
smoker concluded that ho would swear off
smoking about this time nnd not wait till the
Now Year , as is customary in such coses , and
quickly dropped the weed to the floor. There
was an explosion Ilka unto the Quoon'a own
dynamiters and the merchant bccama sudden *
ly angered. At laat reports ho was loading n
bull dog and carrying a email cannon and had
notified Coroner Maul to bo ready for action
at a moment's notice.
A PLATTSMOU TH TEAGEDY ,
Bad Death of Younj ? Girl
the Playlul , "Unloaded" Ilovolvor
Word reached hero yesterday of a sad
death of a young girl at I'lattsmouth ,
through the criminal folly of fooling with
oxplosiro weapons , uudoc the impression
that they arc not loaded. Mr. 11 , J.
Johnson , of the Nebraska and Iowa in-
ouranco company was present when the
aad event occurred. The victim was
UIiEa Libblo Cooper , a dining room girl
at tbo Porldna house , and the perpetrator
of the fatal folly wan Novdoro liarhydt ,
the fjcvontccn-ycftr-old eon of the
proprietor. The two had boon rnmping
togo'Jior and while they were thui en
gaged Mr. Johnson came into
the hotel ' and apoko to Barhydt ,
who walked behind the counter , when
Johnson registered and the young lady
followed to shako hands with Johnson ,
when Barhydt playfully picked up a re
volver near the dok , pointed it toward
Libby and pulled the trigger. The re
volver went ofT and the ball entered her
breast near the right nipple. Slio exclaimed -
claimed " 0 , ThcoJ" and full over on the
counter , nnd before the could bo carried
up stalra expired. AB has been atated it
was supposed that the revolver was not
loaded , It was a 44. calabro English bull-
dpg , from which cartridges had been
taken a few dayy before , but had been
replaced by the porter , who eald nothing
to anybody abuul it and none but ho
knoyy it wua loaded. Young D&rhydt is
now in jail , It U not supposed that it
was deco purposely.
Many medicines now on the markol
owe what virtue they possess to the pros
enpeof powerful and poisonous drugs
iJi'KTfl [ Kidney nud Liver ] HKMEUY i
> Htay ! vegetable and will not injure th
f t > blc t and roogt delicate person ,
KTATK GAZKmen & Butte
to bo issued in Julv
J. M. WOLFZ , pul
SS , Onwha.
Another TenililB Accident in tic Sonlli-
ern Ontsliirts of the City ,
Four Men Killed by the Caving of n
At 10:30 : Sa'turday morning a fatal
accident ocourod at Kennedy's sand
bank , located near the intersection ol
Seventh and Castollar streets , in the
southeast outskirts of the city , about
half a mile from the river.
About twenty man arc employed in nnd
around the sand-pit in getting out sand
for L , D. and Jntnos Kennedy , who are
delivering to variouscontrnctors in the
city. The pit is dug down twenty fool
deep and is about 100 foot in diameter ,
being circular in form. On the
north aide _ of this pit
there in a small ravine which has boon
partly filled up. On the west side there
risra a stoop bluff , the top of which is
fifty foot from the bottom of the excava
tion. The walls to the pit ro almost
perpendicular , and the Band is taken out
by moans of a derrick , run by horse
power , and located ou the cast sldo. In
the bottom of the pit there are usually
oil men at work in shoveling sand into
the elevator. At ton o'clock five men
were at work in the pit , and a largo lump
of hard dirt fell from the top of
the bluff striking the loose gravel
in the bank , part way down the slope
At the foot of the bank there were
ntandinp ; rwo men , B. Brocknow nnd F.
Saxo. The gravel which had been started
from the slope struck Brocknow and
buried him up to his hips , and Saxo ( was
covered up to his knees. Saxooxtrlcatod
himself nnd then , with two other men ,
Tom Dougherty nnd Julius Schwinko ,
ran to Brocknow's nssiatanco and dug him
out. Just as they turned round and
were about to leave the pit a second
slide occurred nnd buried the whole party
under sand ton foot doop.
The men. employed at the pit , together
with the teamsters , immediately wont to
work to dip out the victims of the disas
ter. At two o'clock they had excavated
about five fact of earth , the work having
progressed very slowly on account of the
limited space to work in , and all the sand
has to bo raised out by the derrick. The
bodies were not recovered boforc a late
hour in thojovoning.
About a hundred people were gathered
at the spot during the afternoon , among
the crowd being the relatives of some of
T11K UNFORTUNATE MEN.
Thomas Dougherty , ono of the victims ,
is about 25 years of ago. Ho came hereabout
about two woolen ago , from Apple River ,
Jo Davicsa county , Illinois , and has been
the guest of the Slnven houso. Ho la
supposed to bo unmarried. *
Juliua Schwinko , another cf the par
ty , is a Gorman , and has boon nt work in
the pit ever oinco it started , and lived
with M , Elfman , corner of iFourtoonth
and Oastollar streets , llo was unmarried.
B. Brocknow , a Gorman , was twenty
years of ago. Ho began work in the pit
last Saturday. Ho lived with his uncle ,
August Brocknow , just south of the city.
F. Saxo is a Gorman , and made his
homo with his sister , south of the city.
Ho was unmarried.
FINDING TUB BODIES ) .
The work of exhuming the bodies pro
gressed very slowly. The want of spaoo
and the nature of the earth impeded in
a great degree the progress ot the shovo-
lors. Several relays of men worked in
cessantly until 5 p. m. , at which time the
body of Fred Sox was found. The ro-
malns of Julius Schwanko and Borthold
Brocknow were exhumed shortly after ,
but the body of Thomas Dougherty was
not found until nearly 7 o'clock. Sox
and Sohwanko'a bodies were
found oroot , in the oxnct position
they were in whan the mass of falling
earth struck thorn Brocknow's body
was bent nearly double nud Dougherty
was lying with his face upwards. So soon
as the first body was found Garonor
Maul , who in the meantime had boon
aont for , summoned a jury from the by-
slanders , which examined each body as
it was found and taken out. So soon as
Dougherty's remains were found the bodies
ies were placed in a wagon and taken to
Drexel & Maul's undertaking rooms to
The inquest which adjourned Saturday
evening was taken up again yesterday
forenoon in the coroner's oflico Eleven
witnesses , mostly workmen in and about
the pit , gave testimony bofo'ro the jury.
It appeared from the evidence that the
bank of earth rising from the southwest
pido of the pit was almost perpendicular ,
but the laborers had boon warned by
their foreman not to work in that corner
of the excavation. From its northwest
Dido the high banks arose nt an anglo of
nearly forty.fivo degrees , which , as some
claimed , , was entirely too stoop for safe
ty. The earth begun to fall first from
the stoop bank , its ahpck starting that of
the Blopa , preoipating it upon the un
fortunate men below. After hearing all
the testimony the jury returned
T1IK FOLLOWING VEUDIOT.
"That the said Thomas Dougherty ,
Fred Sox , Julius Schwanka and Borthold
Brocknow , came to their death by suffo
cation by the caving in of a Bind bank on
Seventh and Oastollar streets. And wo
further find that the mon went into the
sand pit of their own free will and wo
further find that there was not the neces
sary precaution taken by the owner or
losaeo to protect his laborers , and wo
further find that the mid uand pit is n
dangerous place to work , in the manner
in which it has been done. "
Kennedy Brothers , in whoso pit these
mon were killed , furnished each body
with a qood colllin and paid nil expenses
f burial and funeral , The bodies of
'ox Bchwnnka'tnd Brooknow were laid
way yesterday afternoon in Laurel Hill
omotery , the funeral norviceu being hold
n Drexel & Mnul'a undertaking rooms.
The body of Daughorty was placed in n
notalio casket , nud thia morning it will
) a shipped by Drozcl & Maul to Apple
liver , Illinois , where the remains will bo
Kimiiclloma or Hlclu Dancer ,
ThU form o ! cancer It the most prevalent
ype , < ind U In many caien fatal , ui It Kradual.
y eata away until it destroy * Wo. It woulil
ftoeintlu * Hwlft'a BpoclUo is Indued ainoclOa
or this eoiirgo ,
Mis. K. A. Armstrong. Verona , MUs , .
writes uoJer d Us of May ID , 1881 : "After
takiUKklx buttles ot Bwlf I'd | fclBo tha cancer
U lieillnKi U greatly reduced in * ! za. It io > v
trtve4Uia no iiilu.und my general health linn
no much Improved that ! m nUa to l > a up and
Attending to my household Uutleu-iomo tlilus
thjt 1 hud not lioon able to d > i In several yosrn ,
I fe l that U will euro m . "
Mr. ftL N , Clayton , of cd 'City , On. ,
write * , under recent date i "Alt noInlnl * eu
mtiani. n toy o uwr are ( Jecreanln , ' , I fee
doddedly letter , and the causer UM com
menced to lieu , " I
lr , M. OtouJoy , Orfethorpfe , On. , write
nnder data of May 10th ! "Mr. Navcn , who
had snch n torrlblo cancer on hli face Is about
well. New nldn has grown nil over his face ,
and looks almost ns well in It o\or did , and 1
would llko Bema of your company to eo him. "
Mr. W , II. Ollbcrt , Albany , Ga. , wrltoi
"Mr. iJrookn of Ba-
under data of May 8tb ! ,
conton , In Improving taut. Ho Is now able to
bo up. Whan ho commenced Swift' * Specific
ho win not expected to Hvo.Ho has cancer
on his face. "
Messrs. J. & .T. B. Hartor , of North Man-
chnstcr. Ind. , writ ? , under data of May 1st :
"Tho lady with cancer Is Im roving right
along. The Specific Increased the discharge
for the first few days , hut the eoroncss Is gone
and she I much better. "
Mrs. W. II. Uouto , of Gordnnvlllo , Vn. ,
writes , under data of May 11 , 188 : "I m
much Improved. The cancer Is bettor ; doe
not pain mo nt all. It Is n wonder to nil in
friends , "
Mr. .Tames K. Llgon. of Mlchanx lorry ,
Vn.writes , under date of May 19.1881 ; "My
condition Is greatly improved ; my general
health Is good , my appellto good ) cancer de
cidedly bettor , nnd has began to heal tilcely.
How can I over repay you ! "
Mr. .1.8. Khodos , of Mill Hirer , N. 0. ,
wrltos under date of May 10 , 1881 : "My
mother has been using Swift's Specific about
two weeks , nnd Is Improving. The cancer Is
not now painful nnd Is healing. '
Mr. T. J. Toato , of Wnclssa , Fin , , writes
under date of May 2. 1881 : "Swift's Specific
hascuiod a cancer on my fnco. nnd has almost
made n young man out of mo. '
Mr. X Tlnsloy. of Uutr Mill * , Vn. , writes
May 1 , 3881 ; 'TMy wife has taken four bot-
tlesof Swift's Spocllin f or n cancer , nnd has
Improved wonderfully. I shall keep It tip ;
have no doubt it will euro her. "
It may not bo out of place to state that
Swift's Specific (8. ( S , 8. ) Is entirely n vegeta
ble preparation , and soomi to euro cancon > by
forcing out the poison through the cancer. The
public should bo cautioned nbout imitations
of our romoily , and bownro of nil potoah nnd
mercury mixtures gotten up to nmtato us nnd
sell their poisonous stuff on the reputation of
our Specific. Those potash mixtures not only
do no good in cancer treatment , but are abso
lutely dangerous. Send for full history o !
Blood nnd kln diseases nnd Cancer treatment.-
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC Co. , Drawer 3 Atlnn-
ia , Oa. , 150 W. 23 St , , N. Y. , and 1205 Chest
nut street , 1'hllo.
A. I ; . Morton , of Genoa,1 IB at the Metro
] ' \ B. Mallby , ot St. Louis , Is at the Metro
Frank ICionzlu , of Fremont , is nt the Metro
W. II. Anderson , of Grand Inland , is nt the
.T , U. Warren , of Valentine , Is registered at
12. W. Williams , of Kansas City , Mo. , ia at
Mrs Shrocdcr , the magnetic heftier , is stop
ping at the Metropolitan.
DiHJardins , of Chicago , Is in the city ,
stopping at the Metropolitan.
M. T. Gitcholl and II , W , Anderson , of
Minneapolis , Minn , , nro ( topping nt the Met
C. W. Arhuthnot , Alex. Arhuthnot , Miss
Salllo Arbuthnot nnd Mlsn Suslo Kilpatrlck ,
of Pittsburgh , nro at the Paxton.
Miss Elln Woodbridgo , of I3inghampton ,
N. Y. , has arrived in the city to spend the
Hummer with Mr , nnd Mr ? . S , F. Wood-
? . " 1CEf "
Mr. II. 0. Smith of the hosiery depart
ment of N. 13. Falconer's store , left Omaha
j usterday for Now York to visit his friends
nnd relatives in his old home. Ho will be
gone nbout fi\e weeks.
General George Crook is in the city and wil
remain hero a few days before proceeding to
Arizona. Hia many friends will give him n
cordial reception during his stay in the city.
Ho ia registered nt the Paxton.
S. 11. Callawny , n prominent railway man ,
Is at the MIHard. He hoa been invited to ac
company Charles Francis Adams and Fred. L ,
Amea on their trip over the Union Pacific ,
It is quite likely that ho will bo offered a very
responsible position with the Union Pacific.
Mr. John T. Coad , n prominent cattle man
who has Ihod In Cheyenne for many years , is
at the Millard. Ho has retired from the cattle -
tlo buiincss and nill make Omaha his homo ,
Ho has purchased some valuable lots hero and
will build n handsomu bouse.
Mr. Charles Koss , formerly of the Stan
leigh house , of Keokuk , Iowa , assumed yes
terday the duties of night clerk at the Cozzcna
Mr. KOBH , whoso faro , form and features cer-
rcspond uitli those of the original and long
lost Charlie ] Itosx , of Gennantown , Pa. ,
was captured by Mr. Ncodham in the wilds of
lown only n thqrt time slnco. Ho will bo on
exhibition at his placeof business between the
houru of 7 ! > m. nnd 7 a. in.
Air. James Brown , purchasing ogont for N.
U , Fnlconur , left Omaha on an extended Eu
ropean trip ycstsrday. Air. Brown will nail
from Now York on Thursday next on the
steamship State of Indiana of State line , nnd
( irrivo in Glasgow in nbout ten daya after leav
ing the American port. While gene Mr.
Drown will take nn extended tour through
Franco , England , Scotland and Iiolnnd. Mr.
liniwn'a trip will bo ono of businCKS for his
house nnd pleasure combined. Ho will return
'n ' nbout three months.
Scrofula diseases manifest themselves
in the warm weather. Hoods Sarsapnr *
ilia cleanses the blood and removes every
taint of scrofula.
The Delfflonicos Downed by the Score
of 28 to 0 ,
And the ColumDuH Club Uofcntctl by
10 lo 7.
These who vront to the U. P. grounds
Saturday afternoon to witness a good
game of ball were terribly disappointed ,
but in its stead saw n comedy in uino
nets , the equal of which was never looked
upon in Omaha. From Friday after-
noon's game it was reasonable to presume
that Oov. Gwck'a wards could play ball a
"littlo bit , " but Saturday aftornoon'a con-
: est made it manifest that nine mon had
mistaken their calling. Their superhu
man attempts niado to play ball and the
egregious errors resulting therefrom beg
gars description. They finally saw that
they were being made a laughing stock ely
> y these in the grand stand and also
shared in the merriment caused by
their ludicrous blunders. The
.hird baseman once became
so excited as to throw the ball to
one of tbo Union Pacilloa , who was
itandliiH close by the bag coaching tha
base runner. The spectators arose f > t > m
their scat * , throw up their hats , and hoi *
lowed. In the eighth innings , after two
men were out , the Union Pacifies made
uluvon runs. McKolvy in ihia inuiugt
drove the ball over the left field fence ,
* hioh ia now twenty feet high , making
( ho longest aud cleanest hit over made
in the grounds , During tbo game the
manager of the Atshlnson club sat in the
Brand aland and looked the picture ot
disgust , nnd if ntked his connection with
the club would have said , from his ap
pearance , that ho never saw it boforo.
Dolow ia the ecoro :
rr.ATEno. n jitt ro A H
McKelvoy.jf G 3 2 12 3
Dwyer , 3
Whitney , .Id b 2
Carroll , r f 4 1 0 i ! 0
Uumin , e 1 2 12 1 2
Saulsbury , cf
Ilockwclf Ib 3 3 0 2 C
Jamison If 4
Total 2 ? 18 27 20 C
TLATKUS , n Hit ro A I !
] 5nrltc,2b 0 0 n 3 ,1
Peglow , r f 0 0 0 0 3
lluhcr , o 0 1 3 0 2
Leonard , 3 b nnd o. . . . 0 1 0 1 1
Hinend , R nnnd p 0 0 1 1
Fisher , l'.b 0 0 7 1
Klcc , If 0 0 0 0
Warden , pas nndc. . 0 1 1 3
Lovett , o aband p. . . 0 0 8 3
Totals < T IT 23 15 31
* Carroll out for interfering with batted ball ,
Innings ' 1234.007 80
Union TaciQo 6 4 0 5 0 3 0 11 * 23
Atchlson 0000000 00 0
Homo Hun McKeUcy
Two Base Hits McKelroy nnd Handle.
Pawed Halls Leonard 4. Smcad 4 , 'Warden
3 , lueni 1.
WildPitch-Smead 4Lovett2 , Wardens ,
Boats on Balls , Off McICclvey 1 , off Smcad
TItno of Game Two hours nnd forty mln-
Yoatordny wan inaugurated the series
of Sunday bnso ball games in this city ,
and judging from the class of people at
tending the game and the slzo of the
crowd which numbered 1,500 they are
not very unpopular. The Columbus
club , from Columbus in this state ,
crossed bats with the Union Pacifies and
were not nearly so easily disposed of aa
presumed by the admirers of the Omaha
nino. The game was almost devoid of
brilliant features. The playing of the
homo team at times was excellent and at
others it dropped into making all and
the most inexcusable errors possible ,
some players mufling the easiest flys or
fumbling slow balls. The Columbus
nine has far better material in it
than would bo expected from a
city having no moro advantages
of this kind than Columbus. John
son the catcher , played an excellent
game and caught Wako , the pitcher , ir
good stylo. Backus , the second base
man , and Johnson carried otf the fielding
honors. In the fifth innings Homphill
the first baseman , was hit on the head by
a pitched ball , and was replaced by With-
neil who in the sixth inninps mode a
wonderful catch of a line ball from
Dugan's bat , the only brilliant feature of
On next Friday and Saturday the Chicago
cage Reserves will play here , and a good
is looked forwrad to.
Below is the score of yesterday's game :
n mi ro
Uandle , c f 0
Whitney , 3d b -1 3 2 1O
Carroll.T f O
SalUbory. 1 f 0
KockweU , p . . . . .2 3 4 10
Totals. 10 15 27 23
n mi ro
Martin , 3d b
Backus , 2db. . . ' . 1 0 C
Hall.rf 1 2 0
Scott , 1 f
Wakp , c nnd p
Withnell , 1st b 0 1 4
Smith , c f .
Juhiuon. c 1 1 4 4 2
Hemphill , 1st b 0
Totals. 7 7 27 14
Union Pacifies 31331120 5 19
Columbus ] 120000112 7
TwoBaua Hits MoKelvey , Dwyer , Carrel ) ,
[ lockwell and Scott.
Parsed Balls Johnson 3 , Jamison 3.
Wild PitchcH-McKelvey 1 , Rockwell 1.
Time of game two hours and fifteen minutes.
Umplro Jainea Holland.
ThUi powder never'vsrlcs. A marvel offpurorfcss ,
strength and wholesomeueas. iloio ocooomlcal than
the i rdlnary UnJi.und cannot bo s < ld In competition
with the multitude of low test , ihort weight alum or
iihotnhate powder * . Hold only In cans. ItUYAL
"INd P WDK.Il CO
fi-BpoolsJs will Poaltlvolynot bo iaaorted
nnlesB paid in advance.
70 LOAN-Moaev ,
loaned on chattels , notes bounlit , cut rate
ticket ! feld. A. Forman , S13 13th St
on chattel mortgage , by U , U.
MONKV Hey , room 0,0in tia Katlonal Bank
TO LOAN-The loweat rates oi InUrert
BemU * Loin Asoaoy. Uth ft Dourla U4-U
A/fONEYTOtOANIneumsoflSOO. / and onward
iVJ 0 , r. Da via and Co. , Beat EtUto uid Loan
AecnU , I SOB Funam SI. BSS-tf.
T\TAOT ED A clrl vliounderttaQdiRen'ral home
VV work , at a W , Corner Harney andKOthmh tt.
2 - p JAMK8 N'KVILI.K.
WANTKD A food woman cook. Wages 810 t
month , Chis. Flock , 8 , Hth St. , Ea le houic.
Tl/ANTED Thrto rclUUe irciito UVo orJcn for
i > chauiber * encloped'a Tht coinploto work on
ly $110. cold 011 iLontUy pajrmsi U. This | the best
nork tcrV > ldt > uthl < iiUn.coma aud tecure jour
U't.tory t oa . I' . P. Colllor , 67 IluLer block.
T\7AKTCD T o glrlt , one for chamber maid and
If waiting the othi r for cooking , selling slid
Irot lay. Mis. 1'attuo , B , K. corner SJth and Calllor-
ula Bt ,
reiUuraat oookfor thort
I'rslorat bt , Julleu'drcitiuraut , oor , 16th and
" \TrTAKriD ! Airlrltocook , iranh rail Iron. Best
wge . Apply MM. Deo. E. Prltehett , t03 S.
Ulh St. Ml too
\X7ANTED--A ( flrl In family of two , 1BC4 Farnam
VV Ht. 2S3tf
WANTKD-Coropctcnt book-keeper for about ono
hour dally. Address "Book-keeper , " Bee office.
I7AKTKD Dlnlnit room flrl at Boston ncstaur-
T ant , 1414 Douglas street. 282-Jop
WANTED Three flret-cl M dining room girls
Donbaum1 * tcsUurant 1613 Dodge , St. 244 SO
WANTED T o good glrlt , one tor kitchen and one
for nuriery. lira. Aug. Pratt , corner Park and
Pt/ppcton ! avenue * . 243-30p
'ANTED-Oood dining room girls at the Metro
politan Hotel. 221-30
WANTKD-dnoi ! girl at Kmmct House , llth , bet
Farnam and Hurnoy. 2S5-3p
WANTED Help at the Nebraska Steam Laundry ,
109 anil IDS 8. llth St. 233-30(1 (
WANTKD-Olil for general house work In small
family , No. 1216 N. 10th St. 236 30p
WANTED Girl to wash silver three tlms per
day for board at Mctropolltanllotcl. 222-30
WANTKD A first-claw dressmaker , Immediately ,
at 1517 Douglas street. 2013p
TTT'AKTED Good laundress at 8. W. oor. Harney
T T and lOtb streets. Wages $1.03 per week.
WANTED Young man to takocaro of prhato Ht-
ory anddegereral work. Experience necessa
ry. References required. Address by letter "U , " Bco
Girl for ffoncral house work corner
WANTKD and Pier Sis. , ono block nest of Saun-
deraSt. Mrs. Rltchlo. SCS.ESp
-Qlrl at Pacific House , Tenth and Day
cnport 173 tf
Agentsfor llepubloan and Democratic
Campaign B'ographles bv distinguished repre
sentatives. Fully Illustrated Get the 1 est. Bend Wets
for Prospectus to bo ready two da ) > after nominations
Dig Wages Quick mice. John Burns Pub. Co St.LouIs.
WANTED-LADIE30R light and pleasant n ork at
their own homes ; $2 to $5 a day cosily and quietly
made ; work sent by mall ; no canvassing ; no stamp
for reply. Ploaco addieas Hcllallo Mau'f'g Co , I'lll-
adolphia , PA. 149 Imo
First-class girl for ( rencrnl house-work
WANTED . J. R. Shro\o 103 25th street.
WANTED A barber , 700 S. lOtn street , Omaha.
WANTED Girl or general h UBO-work 217 north
16th St. 100 3p
Ulrl at 1510 Sherman avenue. Mrs.
WANTED . 043 tl
TTTANTED-GIrl for housework at 2227 Dodge St.
Situation by a responsible and compe
tent Germiu girl ai housekeeper , or to take full
charge of children. Dcst of references. Address
"W. " 9 Postofflco , Omaha. 284-'Sp
WANTED A situation by a young man as sales
man. Has had experience. Good references.
Address "M. 8. " Bee olHco. 22i-S8p
TTTANTED Situation tide > ccond work by German
VV girl in prhato family , 020 South 20th street
Young married man wants situation as book
A keeper , In wholcsola establishment In Omaha.
Address " 0. " care Bee. BOO-tl
To small secure room , near business
WANTED for utorlnR and packing books. Address
ith price , 1' . O. Box SOO city. 289 30p
Two connecting rooms or room and
alcore , well furnished , for gentleman and n Ifc ,
wither without board. Address , stating terms , to
" 0 , " Bee olllce. 278-S8p
Tno rooms furnished suitable for
WANTED bicplntr , within 10 Mocks of Tenth
and Faro am. Address "U. C. L. " CAre of Boo.
WANTED An cUht to nlno room house , with
city water , gas If possible. YHthla ton
minutes walK of the postofflco. Please addrois " 3. *
this office. 113-tf
A few Qnt-closs table boarders at 1718
Dodge St. 25T3p
"TCTANTED To teach German In a prhato samily ,
T T by a j oune man who has tiuen in tha schools of
the old country- Address "K. W. ' Bee olfloo.
\T7'E offer In lota to suit purchaser , eight hundred
T T choice Iowa steers. Ono hall i car olds , balance
two and three years old , and a good smooth bunch.
210-lm tiTRANQE BRO'S , Sioux City , Iowa.
\TT/JfTED Boarders to know the St. Charles Ho.
T T tel on Harney St. , between 12th and 13th will
set up the best table board for $4 00 per week of any
house In the city ot a corrospondir" mice. 238-tf
FOB KEHT Honnea ana Lots.
FOR RENT One rood six room house $25 per mo.
G.U Bltohcock. 2S5-tf
FOR RENT No. 2621 Duenport St , seven rooms.
O. F. Dai is & Co , , 1503 Farnam St 290-i
FOR RENT A pleasant furnished room at 1809
Capitol ave. 291-5p
FOR RENT A live room cottage Twenty-fifth and
Capitol avenue. City water. InqulrJ 2118 Cap-
Y/IOR RENT An elegantly furnished suite , also
J ? two other largo handsomely furnished rooms ,
IUthi ; com 1720 Capitol ave. 276-SCp
OR RENT rurnlshed parlor bed room and closet
1 to gentlernm. 310 N. 13th St. 277 K8p
RENT-FurnUhed room 1004 Farnam Ht.
TTIOR RENT With board , an elegant furnished
X1 parlor bed room , 2009 Cass Ht. 10c-3p
RENT-Nlco cottage olfl rooms north-west
FOR 24th and Ca . Inquire at 2110 Co.'a St.
RENT 5 room brick cottige. Inquire John
Siccl , 6th and lllc.kory . 215 SOp
FOR RENT A 0 room housa with city water and
gan , near St. Mary'd a\o. Possession glien Jul )
1st. Mrs. M. Chrkson. 233 2Sp
TmOR RENT-Furnlshed rooms 2209 Dodge Street.
RENT Tno front rooms newh furnished No
FOR 16th fit. , between Chicago and Davenport.
KKMT.Wlth l > oardlargo , front room with bay
1J1O11 1 Indow , gas and bath room , 1718 Dodge Ut
I OR RENT Furnished rooms 105 N. lEth etreot.
riOIl RENT Furnished room 161 OFarnam ft.
1 233 SOp
TPO RENT Furnished room 1417 Howard St.
KENT Two furnished or unfurnished rooms
FOII board , centrally located , good reference ! ,
reference required. Call or addrosa 42i Oouiont Ht. ,
1 i blocks from tit Uarj'g ave. J40 3p
UKNT-Furnhuod room 1410 lion aril St.
FOII 239 SOp
TOOK 11KST Largo front room with fir t class
X1 board IBIS Howard. 2i2-30p
FOII HUNT A sulto of rooms nicely furnlihod ID-
qulra at 1816 Cats Bticct. '
JACK HKNT A cottae * 20th ttrott , one square
I 1 north fit , tliry'H u\o. 3 rootra and summer
kitchen 812.M ) a month. Warren BwlUlcr , 141-tt
1/Wll HKNT House 6 rooms In good repair. Nice
Aa < d , cittern water , Kent 125 per month 1411
I'ark Wl.deave. Apply to Jno , W 13sl ) DnijglstlOth
FOII HKNT House S rooms , corner I'ppploton and
. Jnerldan Bt , 118,60 mr month. Darker and
Maytie , IStb and Faiuam. 187tf
OR IlEST Furnished room * with board , 1812
ixl 150-1 p
POIl HENT AturnUhed room at 1518 Jackion St.
T7 > OR HKNT-FurnUhed loonulSlfl Dodge Street ,
I 835 p
T7I011 Itrar-Untll rt Ltember 1st. A nice fi room
Jj cotttgo 221V Capitol a\o. Furnlil ed to a lua
lu.lv without children. Inndio atO. H. Ooodrlch k
Co. , HISFaruainSt. 1C3 tl
11KOT Klctly furniehcd roumi without
board lUli Dateupoit Bt. IDi-Sdp
iOR RKNT-Ono toro In Crounse * Block , n , M
F Hitchcock. f P9 tf
RENT 4 good rooms south-east corner 20th
FOR Corning. S7i'-t !
- Una and
convenient to biulaeM , AddrcM ImmedlaUly ,
Michigan State College
I have several limes examined baking powders in Ih * mnrkeb to de
termine their purity , raising powder nnd inflimncp on the health of those
ming them. I have uniformly found D tt. PEICE'S ' CREAM BAKING
POWDER the hestiu all these respects.
I have jusb mode another examination of the "Royal , " "Andrews'
of ' 'Dr. PRICE'S CREAM" is acid , while the "Royal" and "Penrl" give
an ALKALINE reaction , which LK ADS to DYSPEPSIA. Prices is a
pure , clean and elegant proportion of Cream of Tartei and Bicarbonate
of Soda , and there does "m no WHO enter into it anything that defileth
neither whatsoever worltqbh abomination , or maketh a lie. "
In raising power "price's stands at the hend
The relative amount of Carbonic Acid Gas given off by the same
weight (10 ( grammes of these powders , heated in the same way is as fol
Dr. Price's Crnam BakingJPowder - - 050 cubic centimeters
The Royal - - . . . . . COO cubic centimeters
Andrews' Pearl I I
- - - - 518 cubic cpntimeters
I have used PRICE'S in my family for years. "Even if the price is
higher PRICE'S is alwrtys the best.
Every housekeeper can teat Bnldng Powders contatniup : tbo disgust
ing drug AMMONIA by placing a can of "Iloyal" or "Pearl" top down ,
on a bob stove until boated. Tben move tbo cover and smell.
MERGELL & ROSENZWEIG ,
PQinToro Jii nonnrolnro
CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST.RETA1L * STOCK OF
WALL PAPERS AED DECORATIONS ,
1515 Bonglas SlreRt. Dmata. co
TTlORRENT A flrut class store In good locality.
JJ Inquire at Kdholm and Erlckson. 601-tf
RENT First-class 0 room cottage S. T
FOR , south cast corner 15th and Douglas.
RENT Rooms In Nebraska National Bank
FOR . Most duslrablo oOlces In the city.
Supplied with hydraulic elevator and beared by
ateam. Apply at Bank. 020 tf
RENT Elegant residence 10 rooms , turnaco
FOR and cold water , bath rooms &o. Suitable
first-class boarding home or private residence ? ? 0
Fourteen room house now , 14th St. near Jono 50
per month. BARKER & UAYNE ,
HOS7-U 13th and Farnam.
TTIOR RENT In Redlck's block. Storeroom 120
JC feet deep and good otfico room. Paulson & Co. ,
5 < 3 Farnam , room 3. 760-tf
TjlOU UKNT piano. Inquire at Kdholm & Krlclc-
J ' 003-tf
? son's. -
KENT btirnlshod rooms on the no tthwo
FOR . 18th ana Capltolavc3uo , formerly Crolgbtoo
\ - a bargain , 50 cords dry hard wood.
FORS\LE-At BOGUS & HILL.
TTWH SALE Ono small span ot mules , harness and
J ? wagcn , sultablt for dcmery outfit. Inquire at
Durwln's barn , Cumlng tit. 281-1
SALE Agooi mUchcow.luqairo ou Convent
FOR , the third house from Harney. J. KIraer
SATjK Four beautiful lots In Hawthorne at a
FOR , $550 each. R. 0. Patterson
BALE Beautiful lots on Sherman a\o. , at
FOR each by R. C. Patterson. 257-30
SALE Lots In Saunders and Hlmebaugh'n
addition formSlGO to 200. ? 5 and 810 monthly
r\OIt SALK-l'our lota In Shmn's addition at 8650
1 each. It. O. Patterson. 250 30
OR SALK Butohar business and tools In an on-
FO terprlfclng town of 2.000 InhaWtans. Only two
meat markets hero. For particulars addrcsj "D and
R. " Bee office , 1 l-80p
- rooms arn , csern , we ,
shade trees , lawn tor , all new juif completed.
Price ? 1,400. 2110 Blonde , near Saunjers. 107-2ap
SiLK Two choice timber claims In Bronn
County , near rail road town. Good soil and
running water on land. Address Dr. Da\Id Tallchlfl
Bassctt , ilrown County Neb. 168 Ip"
17011 BALE CHEAP Real estate business in town
JU off'OO population on Republican Valley Ball-
read. Excellent location , fine country , largo list ,
best 03 reasons for Belling , a splendid opportunity ,
books show business. Address "Q. W. L/'Bco olOco.
pOU SALE Ono family horse buergyand harness.
1 Inquire at Blue llarn , 110 north falxteon St.
TOR SALi : Aflrtt classeroccrv bmlaoss , on us-
JD tablldhod trailo In the Icart of IjuslntHB , miking
money. Good rcaaona for ecllUig , will require a cap.
1UI of near $5,030. Acldiws lock box 403.i 2.23
OH SALE A restaurant , making money , splen
F did Imsluces ) In the heart of the city , gonj ron
Address lock box 408. 153-113
3ALK Special bargain , house and lot an
17th St. on licit Una block from Street carliouse
Kent $20. i > er month. Trice f 2,000. UorBe & Itmu
TpOH BAM' 16 ( hare ? Omaha Loan and ttulltllng
JL1 association. Block , Add r CM "W. F. " Bco otllco.
iruiK aALK A good paying grocery
1 dock anil fixtures Will fmolco $2,500.
$25,000 per year. For further Information , addreaa
for two wouka "Z. " Dee olllce. 7'JS-tf
T701t SALE Three of the best loU In Haimcnm
JD place ttt a bargain II Bold BOOU. 1'ottcr Si Cobb ,
" | 7 OH bALII-KHKh I' A lot ol line Colorado ( trades
-L' consisting ol 800 cue ; , S , 8 and 4 jeaia old.
about UU > yearlings and too lambs. The e cs will
bear about 6 iKunJs. For further tnfornutlon ad-
ilro-i 111 jay Co. , littler , U. A. U. It. It. , Kcb.
Mil SALK-A grain , btwk ud ocal business In
I 1 Western Iowa. Low price and eo y terms Dull
ness ulll bear tnvettltrailon. An unusual bargain
offered. Addieu "WlncheU" care Omaha D e.
IOIl BAI.V.-Drlok , on south 16th St. , ncir tha
F call worka by Bailey and Froake 101-lp
HALK-A nice cottigo and full lot , halt block
FOR of UUton lloge'S' reildenca , on 13tn ttreet
luqulro ot M. 10 , Ciroocr , 22d and Lea > LWOrtli ,
Oft SAt E At a bargain , a first class Zither. Ad-
F drCM "X. Z. Q" Ika offico. STO-tf
SALE The Omaha Bakery , established 1371.
FOR a good eUck ol Fancy Good * and otlier
tlxtures , wagon , etc. Location flret-clis * . Cheap for
culi. Apply 1010th street , bet. Jackeon and How.
Oil SALK Two seooud hand yiUnw. at Kdbolm
li Krtckion'a Uuslo Store on 10th lit. 890-tt
TTKlll BALE The coziest and meet dealratlo res
V tlenoo on Capitol Hill. Ilouto contalut D loom
besldii tlotits and ttore rooms , good cellar , city
water , and all modern Improvements , Qood baru
and outbuildings. Even thing iu fiitt-clas ] suaiM.
Fulllvt luqulrgofT. F , Ljou on primUes , 2429
1710K SAtK-KUAL KOTATl A great banrala In
JL' WlotiUi : ioceo' 1'lace , ouBt. J'O" * .IIT--
ntrectcarUue , t > t rylQw price f rSUt
to Jnmph M. ile , . 11 South 14th sir
ir\OIl BALE Tha good Mill aud fli.-.i of the
JD Crelghton UOUM , Eisy terms. C33-tf
Are prepared to do work
OUTSIDE THE CITY
in any branch ,
On Short Notice
FOB SALE Two open necond-nand buggies and
one delivery wagon , cheap , at 1319 Uarnoy St.
TpOIl SALE Cheapest house nnd lot In Omaha , In * I
JJ Potter's addition , 8 sooma , well , 300 barrel cis
tern , on two lots , li 0 feet front by 130 feet deep , fcr
82,050. rorTEK&C JBB. 1616 Tarnam St. 460 tf
"TOIl SALE Cheap lota in Shinn'a 2nd addition
JD Klrkwood and Pldmlcw. I'OTTEK b COBB
1616 Farnam street 423-tf
FOK SALE Twenty acres of tha Grlffcn farm , 3i
miles from the I'ostoillcc , and only two blocks
from Pratt'a sub-dhislon. Will bo Bold ia 2J , 6 or
10 aero lota Inquire Omaha Carpet Co. , 1511
Douelaa treet 70 tf
FOR SALE Farm 8 miles from city , near Union
Stock yards. Inquire at Mrs. Ueyor , over Roe
der' Drust btore , 16th and Webster. 872-
LOST La-ly's gold neck chain and cross , Letters :
"AI. D "engravedon crois Finder will bore-
warded upon return to 210 N. 17th St. 233 2Sp
STRAYED June 21ir , sorrel mare with white strip
In fact ) , two white feet and ono partially BO. Ilex.
lean brand on Iclt bind leg , bush of tall cut off , full
shod. Had distemper where last seen. Finder , or
giving Information will bo suitably rewarded. Harris
and Fisher. 200-tf
T OST Between Crclgbton ollcgeand Bond's Ope-
JUrn , Hoceo , a lady's blue velvet jacket. Finder will
please leave the at Saxt/a Drug titore and confer a
favor to owner. 251-28P
OTIU.YED OR STOLEN On Juno 22 , ono large red
O cow , horns crooked In , and white star on forehead -
head , bru h on tail cutoff. Finder will bo liberally
rewarded by returning or bringing inlormatlun to 318
South 10th St. 170 Op
STIIAYED On Juno 24th , black pony white face ,
hod on halter. Liberal reward , 20U Fierce St.
F. JIahannah. C64-3p
QTUAYED OR STOLEN One gray horse with left
Kjeyoout , and b y mare with colt , two weeks old ,
with white star in forehead. Reward will bo given If
returned or Infoimatlan brought to Mrs. J , Ktglcr ,
13th and Nicholas. 109-23
rpAKEN UP Ono fray pony , with saddle marks ,
JL brought to my stable , City Pound. 203-2Sp
NOTICE A man with several years eipcrlence In
the grain business , wantu a petition in gome small
coed grain point in tl ia state , can keep the bookB and
U fully capable of managing an oflico and elevator.
Energetic and full of buBinccs Can furnish best of
references. Address for further partlculais"Y."care
Bee olllce. 16l.d7tw2t
qnO EXCHANGE A grain and stock business loca-
X ted at sover.ilstations In Western Iowa tor attack
farmer good lauds sultibla for stock purposes. Tbia
offer will bear strictest investigation. Write for par *
tlculara. Address "tVlnchcll , " care Omaha Due.
For Business ,
UADE TO JIEASUHKJ AND READ
Dresalnys. No > | Bummer Ncveltlon.
flPOR COOK STOVE
The Pioneer and Still Ahead.
' 0,000 TCTo-c r ixx TToo.
I ut lupersnllng the largest oM fashlonad storoa
id raugoj It lift- the simplest and most ctllclims
eve burners In ths world , and with now Improve'
ents the easiest to operate. Absolutely cafe with
's natrnt rcseriolr , now la use the ijccoad Muoa
Ithout a single accident.
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