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8 OMAHA DAILY BEJE-THUKSDAY , JULY 17 , 188J. ton 03
THE DAILY BEE
Thursday Morning , July 17.
LOOAL BEET1TIES ,
The ran yesterday shored some dofocli
the Farnnm street pnvlnfr , tu BOvcral pin
the grnntto pottlod bndlj- .
In the district court yf sUrdf * Afternoon I
coso of the state against J ck Klnnoy
shooting with Intent to kill 'rn talcon np.
Yesterday the street car company
gan running their cars upon Uiclr nonr trai
in the ccnlor of Fnrnftra stiaot. ThirJBs bei
to look natural once inbro.
TIio gtittors on Dougln ! ittool worollnsli
out yesterday , nnd itrni indly needed , AS t
fitonch which eminntwl from the s.imo n
nnythtng but ploasint and Eieilthy.
At ft meeting of tlio IJools and Liulc'
company , hold TuoseJnyvott ng , D , S , ! Mltchc
w.ia choaon dclrgato to the stnto convent !
which moots In this city Jeiljr 23J. Mon
waa nUo appropriated for tic cntertainmo
of vlsltln "hooks" durin Uo tourcnincnt.
The Mlisoa Donnor and Fuller will fti
nish tnuslo nnd Mlsi Ingerioll nnd Jtlossr
1'rank Smith and Powell Mill xocHo and alt
at the Bociablo given by thai young people i
the IJaplitt clmrch at TiTr. & , S , Klcbaidson
thia evening . Evcryloly Invitod.
Yesterday whllo coirEng to his Wo
Air. 1 * . J. Gorman , imangor of .Inm
Stohonson'3 ] born , w * with an acctdot
Ills team became frightens ! nnd broke tl
polo of the buggy. Mrs , Gorman , who wi
with her husband , was thrmm out nnd son ;
what scratched about the lic < l.
Mr. Charles A. Gardner , Cormnn dlalo
comedian opened a season ia tlio I'ooplc
Theatre lost ovonlng In hiagiUy called "Knr
and got n good , popular reception. Gardni
is skillful In the mo of th JlnglUh-Gorma
( dialect , and gets at tholmiiKcof It nsja hume
st luidjmlmio combined only could. Theroni
other clover pcoplo in the caut , and "Xarl" 1
the all-week attraction at tbt I''oplo'a. - [ SI
I < oula Kopubllcan.
Cream Soda nt Bull's. jMm
Marshal Cumminga dcnEoa moat cm
phatically that in his nrroab of the gamblers
blors ho ia noting in nny wny in concor
with the ox-mayor. "I am noting entirely
tiroly on my own responsibility. " Bait
the nrnahal , "and am cscrjing out the
general instructions of Ui council to enforce
force the ordinances. I Javn't boon t <
ox-Mayor Chaao'a houao In two wcoki
nnd anybody who oayn I hare boon go
ing there tolls a downright Ho. I d (
go by way of Thirteenth street on mj
way homo and that may tnalco Bomo oi
thorn think I have called on Chase. Ai
to JFrank Walters ho don't run mo and ]
don't nsk him for ndvico , I propose te
do my own duty the best I know how.
Frank Walters also fed ) hurt about hie
name being connected wibL an attempt to
persecute the gamblers. "Why , I wan
the laat man that wanted ! Guthrlo , " said
he. "You know I wanted Jacobson ap
pointed marahal.and I had Ohiwo's prom-
iao that ho would appaiu * him. I nlao
wanted Cowiu for city Utornoy , and if
Chase had appointed hitn. ho wouldn't
have gotten into this ecra-in ) . The only
thing that I'vo done about the Guthrie
business is since Mrs. Gutlirio called upon
mo for advice and help. IVo called upon
Gulhrio nt the jail several times , nnd I
told him lie had milTorod enough by this
time , and if anybody was trying to make
him a soapo-Roat it is his Tinsinoss to vin
dicate himself and lot tlie consequences
bo what they may. "
PEKSONAH ) .
Joseph Ltttlo , of Chicago , Is nt the Metro
J. IT. Smith , of Valentine , . 3j at the Metre * ,
J. ! ' . 1' . MeMullon , of Vy-inoro , is nt the
N. 1 * . Curtis , of Lincoln * U stopping at the
T. II. Loavich , of Idnoala , la a guest at the
J. 1' . llymcr and wife , oCiroIdrcdgc , nro at
C. G. Ilolmos nnd wife , Lincoln , are regis
tered at the Metropolitan.
Will MoPherson , cf Sclitiplor , is in tliocity ,
stopping nt the Motronolitsa ,
Mru. A. llosowator has aaturnod from the
east , after no obsonco of fivcoka. .
G. ] : W. Hill nnd Goo. 0. Hill , of Nebras
ka City , nro stopping nt the Metropolitan.
Mrs. 0. 11. JNlathaws , of ilo vur .
aud rrs. Mary Martin , of Grand Island ,
Neb. , are visiting tla-ir slater , Mrs. L. A.
Sundorland , ! )35 Viviiiion it-ioot.
K JolmsonT'Grand William Dur
andO. T. Boggj , Lincoln ; W. H. Sum
mer , Schuyler , and J. 1L Murpliy , Wood
liivcr , were at the Millaril yeitcrday.
William Tlynn , the eintlont ollloor of the
police coutthas been qultoCll ( or several days ,
having beou overcome by Ho hont. Ollicvr
SIgwait performs his dullw. while absent from
online ; 8. W. Power * , Keawaoy ; HOD , S. M ,
Barker , Silver Creelc ; H. S. Nowcomb nnd W.
S. Van Alstyne , Lincoln ; N , 8. Fuller , Crete ,
and II , T. Lockwooil , Chlc fcere rogittcrud
yesterday nt the 1'axton.
DlKl ) ,
OLSKN In this city July LStli , GnstavKIck-
nrJ , HOII of Mr. and Air. ( iiidbrand Olton ;
fil'uneral to-dayut 10 a in. , from the
residence , 41D South Tenth street , IVIouJs
PUTrKRSON-AtSaralo-jn July 11 , of In-
Humiliation of the bowoU , Klloii Pettorcon ,
wife of Andrew Paltaruoa , aged 80 years.
The rcmalus will Lo Intrnud Iu tlio Florence
cemetery , July 12th. Mount Carroll , 111 , ,
papers plo&83 copy.
The decease J lai two liitois living In the
city , Mrs J. Alluon , nmlStlts Lena Acker.
Kbo leaves a Imibind cai throa children to
mourn her loss. llr mother U living Iu
Mount Carroll , 111. , t' > whoiotul * auddou bo-
roavomcnt will couw with grcit avority. The
bereaved family baa the ejf i | > uthy of the entire -
ICey'H OUNO d > Mlmtcil.
Yesterday the caeo cC lha e'ato against
Thomaa Key , charged with the winder
of James Nugent camw up baforo Judge
Kovlllo on a mellon for 21 cotiiinuanco to
IK it Urm of court , Pisttiit attorney
did not oj > ( ) oio tliti 8ai ; licrtlion , which
rs ur nfrd. Jim balLnlso a reduced
from 3,000 to § 1DCO , ( S. W- Duncan ,
' of this utiy , and Me& ra. .Smith aud
Carter , of Valentine , * lRnln the bond.
THE COMING TOURNAMENT
Fine Prospects for a Grand ana S
THe Final ArrniiROincntB Ncn
TIio last regular mooting of the gen
nl committco of the State Firomnn'sto'
nnmont association mot in Flromnn'a li
laat evening to complete the finalarran ;
monta preparatory to the joust boglnnl
next Tuesday , July 22nd.
The committee ordered the su > bco
inittoo on premiums to give two g <
badges as prizes for the coupling c <
tosts. It was reported that nearly nil t
hotola in the city would give rcdu :
rates to the visiting firemen.
The hall committee which has rent
Falconers hull M hoadxuartorR fr <
Monday noon of next week to Saturd
noon following was empowered to s
the booth privileges of this plai
A committee consisting of Messrs. M
colm , Tnggart and Kotchum wa.s n
pointed to rearrange the programrn
Fird Ohiof Butler was authorized to o
range the order of march ,
was ordered by the committ
that the names of all the
who have subscribed towards dofrayii
the expenses of the tournament of tl
association bo inscribed on the records
the association. It was further ordori
that Invitations bo extended to all city o
Icials and members of the proaa to 1
present at the tournament.
NEXT WEEK'S EXKHOIHES.
From present appearances the manage :
if the tournament think it will cclipi
n every particular anything of Its kir
ivor hold in Nebraska. Every ono wl
las a part to perform in Its proparatlc
s busy at work , intent upon makir
lie affair n complete success , nnd ncithi
imo or money is being spared to aho
rliat Omaha can do in the way of onto
lining her visiting brethren.
On Wednesday morning there will bo
rand parade through the princip
Lreota of the city. In the processio
early every order in the city will I
The Musical Union and the Unio
acifio bands have boon engaged for til
: cassion. On Wednesday evening at I
clock there will bo a display test of th
ty waterworks by the Omaha fire dc
irtmout , on the corner of Twelfth an
A round aura has boon voted the com
ittoo on decorationsand a largo flag vri.
i flaunted between Falconer's hall am
roighton block , another will wave eve
onth street near the depot. It is in
ndod to make Omaha put on a sort of i
ila day appearance and the people o
10 city are hereby requested by the com
ittoo to decorate their business fronts ,
id close up their otoroa and shops oni
ty in the wool : to allow their employe
i opportunity to witness the tourna
By inquiry of Mr. Pontzul , aocrotarj
the association , it was learned that the
llowlng cities and towns in thia stati
d Iowa intend to bo present and take
rt in ono or moro of the contests.
Flattsmouth will bo prcoont with a host
am and 25 men.
Lincoln , two hose teams of not lesi
, au 1G men each , and ono hook and lad
Fremont , ono hosa team with 35 moi
id ouo hook and ladder with 25 men.
Columbus , ouo nook and ladder o
Nebraska City , ono hose loam and 31
Grand Island , ono hose team tind 40
m.Soward. . Ono hook and ladder and one
so , and sixty men.
Hastings. Two hoao teams and fifty
an.Ohoyonno's hose team will bo on the
ounds and compote in the freo-for-all
Council BlufTa will bo present with a
ao team and a hook and ladder ,
lied Oak with a hoao team.
Atlantic with her famous hook and
Idor , the champions of the world.
Iowa City with a hose team.
Besides tlicao teams mentioned above
legations will bo present from Koar-
y , York , Groto Beatrice and North
atto , in this otato , and from Cedar
tnids , Iowa.
Omaha will bo represented in ho tour-
mont by the Deluge nnd the John M.
uirston hose companies.
Ono of the great features of the tour-
mont will bo the exhibitions of the
mpiorj corps or the life-saving crow
1 by Charles Fisher of this city.
NEBBASKA'S ' EXHIBITS ,
I'rnHpccts 1'or tlio Btato Fair
lntlcrlnx'i An Excellent Show
ol' Crops Looked For.
Ion. S. M. Barker , clmirmrm of the
ird of Mnimgors of the State Board of
riculturo , ia In the city making propa-
ona for the coming Stnto Fair. AB
acted by the Board , Mr. Barker has
m conferring with the Union Pacific ,
I the Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis
Dmaha railways concerning the nut-
j in of a switch , Blocks yards nnd
I chute nonr the State Pair grounds ,
hibitors nt the Fair have felt the need
ihcso improvements for several yearn ,
ill powder never mlf . A m riel ef purcncsi ,
D4iu 'jil wholeiciiicncin Uo'u rcor < nilcal thaii
rdlm ry Unil , aulcunu3tlo Id In ruuputitlo'
i lliu luuH'.tmlu ol low tort , hlioit weight alum or
tptiato jiowdcnt BoM oUy la ctiu. UOV-I
1UHU V > VLtH CO'J
and tlicao companies assured Mr. Bar *
that they would bo put in and eve
thing tending to the convenience or cc
fort of stock or owners would bo done
Mr. Barker has also been buyin
largo quantity of lumber nnd has bt
making Arrangements for putting in <
hundred now cattle stalls. Hcrotofi
the accommodations for cattle have be
very insufllciont , and the board inter
this fall to supply nil owners with i
needed shelter for their stock.
The cattle ahow for the Fair promt
to far surpass all others in point of nu
bcrs. On the 3d of this month 103 of I
110 cattle stalls had boon engaged , n
orders hnvo boon coining in daily sin
The horse italls are now moro tli
half taken , and the managers think th
will bo crowded for room for tin
classes. Mr. Barker says there nro me
entries already inado in all classes of c
hibits for the coming fair than have be
made for any ono in the last five years
The work of building a :
room fcr stock will all
completed ono week bcforo the fair , th
avoiding the annoyances of provio
The prospects for n successful stnto fi
the managers say were never ao great
nt tlio present timo.
Ladies should reflect before using ni
preparation that ia applied to sodclica
surface as the skin. Any cosmetic w
\t first impart a beautifying effect nnd n
ipparontly injure the skin , but in n vo
short time little blotches And diacolo
lions appear on the face which cone
lively show the poisonous drugs in th
: om position. It can bo safely said tl
moro than two thirds of the face powd
: ontnin thcso injurious ingredients. P' '
: oni's medicated complexion power is n
mly nbaolusply free from all dolotorio1
natter , but its principal ingredient is i
ictivo curative for nil diseases of tl
ikin. It has stood the test of years. So
jy all druggists. mo-oodyl
A Now Summer Kesorf.
At the corner of Fifteenth and Farnai
troots a largo lake of water was forme
> y the heavy rain yesterday. Oharh
3 oed rich placed upon the bosoi
if the waves rjomo decoy ducki
Jo then stuck n fish-polo in the watoi
Lftor the above work was accomplish
dr. Goodrich and John Drexel procure
ncouplo oC toy guns and amused then
elves by banging away nt the ducks. ]
ccasionod considerable amusement i
hat end of town.
A.Groat Imml Hnlo.
Negotiations nro now pending for th
ilo , by the Union Pacific railway core
any of 1,200,000 acres of land , 000,00
f which have already been sold. Tin
ind is all situate \Vyoming Territory
long the linn of this company's road
ho purchasers pretend to bo n syndicat
f western nionoyed men , but Englio
ipital is lending its aid to the project.
_ The Pnrlnz
nBijieiinniliiliorfcnBcrordln r o liowelalittlV
'rry. ' Knually well adapted to ranch cauntr
arliRncHlnodrlvesof cities. Mannracturedaa
Idliy nlliholrndln C rrln oIJiilIdoriniuS Utn
- " Tlmk.ii. fmlrntv , , . BtTlSi"
) PEGIAL NOTICES ,
rspoclala wUl FostUvelynot Da insorteC
HOBS paia in advanco.
TO LOAN Monov.
r > 0ll HKNT A flvo room oottago , oir , Sheridan
Btrcot and I'opploton avenue , lO.CO per month.
< 0 LOAN I'rom $200 to $1,000 on good necurlty
: Addrcns "K. 1' . " lieo olllco. 603-lSp
to lam in sums of $100 and upwards on
IONEV Douglas Co. farm * . U. C. 1'atterson
Do. , Kcil estate and loan ngont , 13th nnd Farnam.
TONKYloruiod on oliattols , notes bouicht , cut rate
L ticket * Held. A. Formal ] , 213 a. 13th St.
' 038 1m
ONE ? TO LOAN The lowest rules o ! Uiterttt
[ Hernlii' IA&II Atreoov , 1Mb h PourU 8S4-tf
fONUV TO LOAN In sums of J3M. and upward
I O. F. l)4viu and Co. , HeM KtUta aud Loan
imU. 150S KunMii St. SCH-tl.
[ TANED Girl for general houio work at South-
r urn I'rult Market , inth St. between Jones and
ivonnorth. Dick Scnwartn UlO-lSpQ
TANTKD-Liborcr for tUrdon work. Oil Mar-
f tin , 103 ti. 14th St , ( tip-stairs. ) OH-tl
T'ANTIU ) A good nlfl for genual homework.
1 2510 Ht. Mary'd nvinuo. 0:0-17p
7ANTii-Fifty : men for Ht. Vaul,217 Noith
1 Sixteenth etrot. . 610 17p
7ANTUU Oood girls for geuor * ! homework.
217 North HUtocnthJitroot 030-17p
- conk , wath nnd Iron. Alio
girl to take < are of children and do up-Etalrs
k. Ooodwngi'd. Oil JSoutli Sountetuth ftrcet.
-A girl at JI.UO per week Iu n family of
tuo. 1310 Farnam ut. 025-lf
/ ANTKD-Oood n her and Ironcr. Apply at
unco nt HIS Howard Street. 018-16 | >
D A Kooil trlrl In email family for houie
\vurkntCl3U. Htli tie t , C17-10p
rANTKDalrl for genera ] linuiowork , OIS south
Ibth btrttt , 010 2
rANTUD A competent girl for general house ,
work In mull family of adults. Call nt 421
Colored girl lorE ncral hnusoMork ,
do d wages. No. IU South 12th btrett.
) A woman tu do general houstmork In
alamllynf two. ( lee dwagvs paid. Apply south
cormr 6th nud 1'lnu btrcitJ , South Uuiaha.
"ANT/'D A young man to canviu city and Bell
goodii on comiiilsslun , A'Ulrum ' wlthnfi'rcnoa
"ilercIiiDt , " Omaha I'oit ollloo. 013-lOp
ANTKD-tllrl to do rk lit innlllauilly. Cell
ut 1510 DoUKloB. J , 11. Hmllh , G02-lf > i >
'A STL A t "Oil MIC Inn girl ; wigcs eood.nt
Hia I'lcrBtr.iit , north Umaha. OSl-10i ;
'ANTKll A Roodfcm > lo meat cook at tbo Ar <
rada Hotil , ISlfi Dough * hticct(0316
Vb Agtnti for bolt 10-cent campalnii meilil * .
I'erfict llkcnrti. Writont onna for nclmho
Itory. Q. N. Uuzby&Uo,617 Market St. I'liiU.
rANTiu : UliUatBafvn Hotel , south ICthHt.
rANTHD-A nrit-cln ii harbor. NonootVcrneid
apply , Call at Ulfl Chicago Ki. Coetloy.
1 I Oil
rANrii-i : gog I butchur , No. other no d ap
ply , comer 11 lh and Huuard. eifi-ldii
rANTKl-A ( .ood gill at 2514 l > ougl Jl it t.
rANTIl ! > A girl for fmilly ol four , that under-
utaudii bow tuoo tr , Ht linnl Iron. ' o other
1 pplv. Apidy at coco | HC 1'ul. Wlldc ni' .
, John W. lldl , txj-tt (
The Royal Baking Powder ilnequale
for Purity and Wholesomeness.
Tlio following certificates from well known chemists and scientii
form ns strong an array of evidence as was over given in behalf of ai
article of human food.
Government Chemists Reports.
Prof. Edward G. Love the Government chemist , gays :
"I have tested a pnclcacto os Royal Balcing Powder which I purchas
in the open market , and find it composed o pure and wholesome ingn
dients. It is a cream of tnrtar powder of a high degree of merit , and "do
not contain either alum or phosphates or other injurious substances.
E G. LOVE , Ph. D. "
Prof. H. A. Mott , Government chemist , says :
"It is a scientific fact , that Royal Baking Powder is absolutely TUI
H. A. MOTT , Ph. D. "
Wit. McMurtrie , Professor of Chemistry , Illinois Industrial Unive
sity , late Government Chemist , Department of Agriculture , says :
"Tho Royal Baking Powder has been used in my family for man
years , nnd this practical test ai well as the chemical tesls to which I ha\
submitted it , prove it perfectly healthful , of uniform excellent qualit
and free from any deleterious substance.WM.
WM. MoMuivruiE , B. M. , Ph. D. "
RusJi Medical College , Chicago ,
Dr. WalterS. Hames , Professor of Chemistry , Rush Medical Collegi
Chicago says :
UI have recently examined a package of Royal Baking Powder , pur
3hased by myself in the open market , and have found it entirely fre
'rom a luteratian and injurious substances of all kiuda. I have seven
imes before tested the Royal Powder , and have always found :
ustas in my present examination , skillfully compounded and compose
> f the purest materials. WALTEII S. HAINES , M. D. "
Dr. n. D. Ganison , Professor of Matcria Medina and Toxicolo ,
) hicngo Cdllege of Pharmacy , says :
" 1 have examined a package of Royal Baking Powder obtained froz
ny grocer , and find it to be composed of pure aud whoiesome material
u correct proportion. It contains no alum or other injuries substance
uho purity of the cieam of tartar ercployed in this powder is worthy o
pcciiil mention , since it does not contain the fcartrate oE lime usuall ;
iresenfc in baking powders in which tream of tartar of interior qualit'
3 used. "II. D. GAUIUSOH , M. D. "
C lege of Physicians and Surgeons , Chicago ,
Prof. C. B. Gibson , chemist , College Physicians and Surgeons , Chi-
ago says :
"I recently procured a sample pf your ( Royal ) baking powder from tin
itchen o a private family in this city , and subjected it to an examina
ion. I fouridfit'Bo different from many o the b king powders advertise !
a 'strictly' aud 'absolutely pure' and so far superior , that I thought yet
rould be pleased to know it , and nrght find use for the certificate.
'In viowof the vast difference and stupendous frauds that are offerei
o the most 'gullible' people on the face of the earth , it pleases me oc
asionly to strike an 'honest article. ' "C. B. GIBSOX. "
Kentucky State College.
Dr. A. E. Menke , Professor of Chemistry , Kentucky State College
"I have very carefully examined apackage of Royal Baking Powdei
ad find it to be a cream of tartar powder of high strength , not contain'
ig any terra alba , alum , or other deleterious ingredient , everything be-
ig pure and wholesome. ALBERT E. MENKE. "
Prof. Henry Morton , president of Stevens Institute of Technology ,
"I have examined n package of Royal Baking Powder , purchased by
yself in the market. 1 find it entirely free f rom alum , terra alba , or
her injurious substance. EENIIY MORTON. "
Dr. J. H.Wright and Dr. Albert Merrell , analytical chemists , lale
o firm of Wright & Merrell , St. Louis each snys :
' 'I have made a careful analytical test of Royal Baking Powder , pur-
insed by myself in the open market here , nnd in the original package.
Ind it to be a cream o tartar powder of the highest grade of strength ,
ntaining nothing but pure , wholesomeaud useful ingredients.
JUAN H. Wiuani , M. D.
"ALUEUT MEUKKLL , M. D. "
Are prepared to do wo
MERGELL & ROSENZWEIG ,
OUTSID13 THE OIT2
In any branch ,
r l On Short Notice
CAUIIY TUB L41K1EST AND FINEST HETAHi STOCK OF HOUSE ,
'ALL PAPERS AED DECORATIONS AND FBFSCO
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oaf ness , Lung nnd Nervous Diseaaon Speedily and Permanently Cured , Patlontif
" , " for tie Pooplo.
for "Tjiu MKUIOAL-MISSIONAKY
iirod nt Ilomo.
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"AU iionowbln Man. Kino Spccem. Wonderful OnreH. " Hours 8 to C.
-Western Electric Light Go.
HOLE AQENT8 FOl * . NEU11ASKA AND OPERAT0113 OP CKLEBIl ATED WU3TON AND U. B.
iptod by the U. S. Government nnd most of the lending steamship companlei
and llotelo. Regarded as the
UREST , WHITEST AND BEST
ELECTRIC LIGHT PRODUCED.
r Rates Inquire at office , N. W , Cor. FiftcoutU and Furnam Streets
TlMNTKO-Glrl at Ji.o Sherman nvctiue.
T T J. M. Coun ui6ii. 0
BD-tADIKI OH OKtlTLKMKtf-Iii cl
country , to tnkeMco.lliflit anil piKM
their ownhoinoajw to ci y
w Kr ss&acr yruyf
caco. Address "A. W. " Uco omco. o .s
W-ANTEI-ny itoidy younjf m&n of 20 year ;
pcrlenpo situation ai Brst or second brca
and cake baker. State wages. Addicts B' '
B A situation. Yonnitman 23 , s
. . man. Oood writer , bookkeeper , silost
Strictly temperate ; small mUry , Witting to bo
ful. AcidKW , KNKUOET1C , BiiS ofllco.
UANTED By a Rood responsible man a posl
. , , , * * 1 > nrtcr I" grocery etoro or delivery cl
Will norkcheap , laklnic part In provisions for t ,
ly. Iiwpll acquainted with city. WARCS no
much tliu object as a permanent place. Addrore
ten days , W. P. , C01 Center strcot. 016-lt
T7ANTKA situation as rlork hy a young n
llai had experience In Dry deeds , Clotl
and ( Jroccrj huslncss. lleforcnccs given. Add
"J. S. " Bco olHco. 012- )
"VyANTED Situation by a druRglst ot fix vt
VI experience. Can keep books. Oood refc
cos. Addrcu P O. Box 746 , Omaha , Neb. 584
WANTED Position as governess In a private f
lly , by a young lady who hast had expcrlcnc
a sin liar position. Uoit of references pucn.
dress " 0 8. " care Bco olllce , Council Bluffs. CO
T5TANTED Situation by ayounR man who has
Til ) ears experience In the grocery business.
dreta "O. M. W. " Bco omco. 660-15
YS7ANTEU Situation hy a Frenchman of Parl :
T I olago spuak i English German , French nnd I
Ian , a situation Ina prhalo family orhotcl. Add !
to Eugcno A. Dclitour , for 3 d ya this olflco EC3-
Al-aUy ftf refinement and best ol retercnccs wo
MHO a situation as amanuensis , or to do copvl
AdJrcsi for ono week , M. W. " B o olllco. 622-
AUidy with good references would llko to acl
companion to some o'dcrly , or Invalid ladv .
Jross "JI. W. " Bco ofllco for ouo week. C23-
WANTED-Sltuatlon by an expoilcnccd hoi
man and nrst-clnia coachman. Beet of icl
= ncc5- Apply at Rev. Jcrgeson , corner Hamilton i
L Icr bts. 532 *
AiounRmnrilodmanwants situation us bo
. , , cP.f'.ln wholesale establishment In Oma
\ddrew 0. care Boo. 808-t
VIT'AKTED-Sectind hand canopy phaeton.
> drcsa "A. 2. " Bee olUce , giving price , etc.
VX/'ANIED-To sell my confectionery and I
T > cream business In a town of 3,000 InhaliUn
ho county seat , about 75 inlbs from Council Bn
u Ion a. Iho only Ice cream Parlor In the pla o o
loin ? an extra tliiu bustncs-a. Soda Fountain , u
lo top tables nnd evorj tiling la nno shape , j
rees , B. 0. 11 , this olllco. C37-1CJ
ry ANTED-Somoono to adapt a boy baby 2monl
TT old. Inquire at Poor Uouso. B07-17i
PT/ANTED-To buy a good horse. Address
> } Bee olDoo. ( jes-K
ll/E offer In lota to suit purchaser , eight hundr
> T choice lown stecw. Ono hilf year olds , balati
, vo and thrcu > oard old , and a good smooth bund
213-lm dTUANQE BUO'a , Sioux City , Iowa ,
-Boardora to know the St. Charles U
? * tel on II rnoy St. , between 12th and 13thv
st up the beat table board for $1 CO per week of tu
ouso in the city of a corresponding orlce. 228-tf
gos EBH7--aoaaen antt lota.
7011 KENT One furnished and 0113 unfurnish
J room at 1M3 California St. 013-1
7 > Oll KENT A Bvo room cottage north-west Co
of Cipitol avenao and 25th Strcot. Citywate
iqulro at 2418 Ci ( itol avc. 649-17p
RENT Two nice rooms iu Cunnintrbu
blo.ck , Thirteenth ttteet. 63-21
7\OB KENT 10-roomcd houee , 8 minutes' wa
. ' from portofflco , S3S per month. Also 4 roorai
DUSC , Nluictnth and Cuinmlngs streets ; 813.60 n
onth. MOK3K & BUUNNEU ,
CM 13 IWlFamam street.
TiOK KENT A tstoro on Cummlngs street.
? splendid opening for a bakery , shoo ttorn. butc
fhop cr anjthing else. HOUSE & BHUNNE1 ! ,
623-17p 1404 Farnam street.
71011 RENT Stable 'or ' rent , stalls for 1 horsi
. ? 4 00 per month. 1310 Farnarn street.
. OK KENT Newsroom house. Inquire Mrs 1
Boddii , 26tn between Davenport and Chicago St
_ _ _ _
71011 KENT A splendidly furnished parlor be
room , with bay window and gas , 2003 C'ass strcc
poll KENT House fl > o looms and Kitchen , 722 i
1 18th street. N Q10-17p
POIl UENT-EIegant'y ' furnished parlor and bed
room22d anu Douglas St Also 4 roams fc
uso-keeviag. Inquire ofV. . F. Clark , corner let
d Douglas. 021-17p
TOli- KENT Nicely furnished routes wlthou
boar d 1814 Davenport St. _ 162-glp
toil KENT A nicely furnished room for ono o
two gentlemen , at 421 1'loasant street. CS7-I
( OK KENT Two unfurnished front rooms. In
quire atNo. 1018 Mason strott.bot. 13th and llth
1011 KENT Six room cottige , fine location , by S
T. Petcrflen , S. E. cor. 16th and Douglas. 617-t
< OH HUNT I'ktiaut lurnUhcd rooms tu rent ti
joting gentleman , 1707 Cats btreet. 690-VOp
1011 BENT Pleasant furnished room , 1611 CVi
fcticet , _ 537.10j
\OHUENrCHEAP \ Ancwbrick cottage , 5 rooms
city water , aud inodtrn ImjnovcueiitB.ooiticrUU
I Hickory. 60S 16 | )
'OK ' KENT Nicely furnished front roim , euitnbli
for t\\o guntlcmeu , 2S21 Davonjiort St. 130-ltj
1EU KENT Basomcnt , two rooms , 1015 Chicago
I OR KENT -With board. Urge front room with
bay window , gaj and bath room , at No. 171S
Ige street. _ 4fl'-10p
1011 KENT Two unfurnlahod rooms , tultable foi
light housekeeping , 1013 Ilowardotrcet.
'OH KENT House and stable , 20th and Harncy.
J1S. Wai. L. Munroe , 6th and Douglas. COMep
10K 11FNT A new store and dwelling abo\ , In a
utst-clasa location. Innuiro northcant corner 17lh
I Nicholas etrcct , cesr ol workg , 572-lOp
OK HUNT A furnished front room , suitable for
two gentlemen , at 1417 Howard St. b73-10p
Olt ! ir.NT-Furr.l h d room at ? 3 i > cr n-onth. ;
U. C. Patterson , 13th and Farnaio. 676-10
OK HNT Two now 0 room houses , very roin-
ploto une block from 1'ail ; ate. cars. AMKS ,
' Faruatn ,
Oil UENT No. CIS N. 17th Ht. lotwoen Wf Inter
and California Adclrcsj bux712 city. 653-16P
T A pluasiut lurclahccl rocm at lltuO
Capitol a\o. (50 Ittji
Dll HKNT Houoo aud largo barn , s'allj for 0
horses. Acre let. Wm. I. . Muarco. Oth and
glas , tclcphouoS91. A51-lBp
HI KENT FuruUhsd roouid IBlODoUgo hireutT
) Il HUNT Three roomn , II cloduts , city water.
luquiro at 003 Noith ISlli St. tCMBp
> KENT House pf eight roouu , barn eto. hi.
quiriJ at 1012 Uipltol avo. 660-15
) H HUNT FuruUhcU rooms , 1021 Capitol nvol
) R llt'NT A furnlthed room. Innulru at No
blO 2Ut and Loncnwortli Ht. 62l-15p !
) H llliST FurnUhodrooinalCS N. ISthSt.
) Il IIENT Three unfun liho rooms an ! 1 tin.
Klo room furnUhod 1017 Clilcign. WHMf
111 HENT Booica In Crounse'a Block. O. M.
IK Ur.NT A back parlor el Kant.y furnished
nd adjoining bed room , with usu ol bain rouni.
bed room up ttaln , tultablo for ocoor two cou-
en. IJcrt location la the city , I'ii I'Jcataut St.
U IlKNT furnUhwJ rooms at SiS7 Vodco BU
ft HUNT In Bhlnn'n 2d addition , i. , . . , e , j
somj , partof double houio , full l , 411.01 per'
h. Ap ly ruom 21 Onuha Nttlou. . Uiuk llulld. ,
II10R RKNT. A furnished back parlor for two per *
1 DOES at 1611 Djdgo ttrcct.
1724 DouglM St.
BENT Ono gr nd square piano. Innuiro
1 cf KdhnlmandKilckson. 4JO-U
.i01l RENT Now homo rullnblo for h'tcl or fara >
Fi lly bnanllnz lunno.JS roomi. Doslrablo location
BarkT & SUjnc , 13th and Farnixin. 420-tt
TT10R HENT Ono food six tom house (25 per mo.
! 1O.M.HItehcock. ! a5-tf
RF.NT Hotiw 5 rooms good repair. Nloo
FOR , cistern water. Kent 9K > per month 1411
1'Atk Wllda avo. Apply to Jno. W. Btll , DrtiRglst ,
10th St. lE5-tf
10R Inqulront Kdholm & Krlck-
F 0.13 U
1. OK HKNT-Rooma In Nebruka Nations !
JL1 nulldlnic. Mont desirable otHcos In the city.
biippliod wIth hydraulic olovatorand heated by steam.
Apply at Bank. Bifl-tf
TlOll HKNT rtirnlflied rooms on HID north-wist
. cor. 13th and Capitol avoiuio , formerly CrelRh-
ton Houso. 133 tf
Foil S\TE Blacksmith nd njj"n ehop and tcoli
nnd two lots In UUIr.Nob Oood location , good
run nt custom. Reason for selling , patties engaged
In other hutlnofs. A rare chance to maku inoi.cy.
Call on 01 address McCumbor & Smith , Blair , Neb.
IpOll SAIKTwo lots 100xH3 ono corner , on
Dodfjo street , wlthJOCO Improvements , nt the ex
traordinary low price of * 3,2co.
MORSE & DRUNNHB ,
140J Fatn m.
f [ prt SAU : A full lot with two small houses.
' Very cheap at 8iCO. UUKSi : It IWUNNKK ,
° 31'10 1401 Farnam street.
IT OIl SALK A [ neat Parlor Set. on "oval "marble *
L top [ table ml a flue largoj Trunk. 833 South
Seventeenth strcot. 034-17p
T\OR \ SAI < E JIaro lth colt anil two thoroughbred
- Jersey calvn. . Apply , 2221 1'lcrco st. 032-lf
| 7\01t.SALK-Tho \ American House , South Ilcnd ,
J-'Nob. 1 ho leadinghoul of the town Will sell
with or without furniture. Good bmlncss. Good
reasons Riven for Kclllni , ' . Call on or nddre .
QKO. H. McOAItJ , 1'rop'r.
I UllSAU ; Siwmtll In north-west Ncbinikn. A
JL rare chMico as health will not permit mo to han
dle It. Addicss "N. C. M. & Co. , " ChaJron , Sioux.
Co. , Aoh , or hex f 0 Marahallton Iowa. 681-lTp
Pill SALE SpechI bargain , corner lot 03x142 St.
car line , 18th and Grace , 2 houses , ? 3t.COII sold
In ten days. N. lluincl. f > 9M8p
JilOll SALi : House of envoi ! rooms and lot 00x140
1 feet , north 10th. luarSpiuco street
' " " "
J7OUSALK-A tlnu ailoon property , with
JL' trade , nt Waterloo , Neb. Goal fixture * nndov-
en thing complete. Address C. II. IMday , Waterloo.
j odairy nndstock firm of 800
-i acres , 201 acres under cultivation , 21 miles from
Silver Creek , Neb. , on U. 1' . Hallway. Onod house ,
o cam nnd Ice houses , barup , corrals , etc. , or dalry-
IDK and Etoclc ralsfiiR land is ell waleiedand all
choice grass nnd KrazlnK l > nd , with plant ir ot ranso
adjoining. IVr Bale chtap. 1'otttr i : Cobb , 1615
I'tmatu street. 571-lf
FOH SALK Qne Innlxvato store and bu'ldmsc
worth S2,0f 0. Stock w III Involco C2.000. Inall\o
town , two rullrnad ? . Ueiuon for scl'lnj ' ; .
Catfoinb. Addrcts or call on Walter CuUorth ,
I.ouls\llle , NVb. 578-13
I foil SAI.n L'.t i-l.iajEhcrai'ti uxo. % 05U each.
Tncso are vcty chcai. ; U. a Patterson , 13th and ,
IpOR SALE Desirable Iota $5. down , ? 5. ptr mo.
1 It. C. Patterson , 13th and Kurnam. 675-23
IJ w u BUft - * II IW9 1 " * 1V * DUV-UlJll 11UIIU IU II p
JL' 15 h. p. and Lo h. p. portahlo and stationary ; also
boilers of any size and stjle. Illchard & Clarke , U , 1 >
It. Y. bet. 17th and 18th St ) . Omaha. 540-tf
If all HAhv- a baicalii , If rule ! this munth ,
house of 0 rooms on J lot in good locality In first-
lasa rcj air , 1223 North 10th St. ESS-lOti
K UoaMlng nouscfurniture and ilxturea
all complcto. Inqu'ro nt 210 S. loth St
l OH SjLE At a bargain , ouopool and OLobilhard
1 ? table , both in Rood oruer. Apply at 012 S. 10th
5J : t43-17p
FOU SAIU-Good , rcliallo horeo , suitable fo
family or draft purposes. Inquire between 10 on
12 a. m. , oraddrcsjJI L. Smith , 208 N. ICth street.
SALE A piloting olllco suitable lor a small
newspaper or Job olllce. Will soil for cash or ex.
'hangofor ' Omaha City property. Address 1X. Z. Q"
F OU SALK A few choice youmt liturgy and wort
horses. Jlsjno it Barker , St. Marv'a * 'a\onuo
FOU SALE Largo lot on 1'nrk nvcnuo. Also house
arid lot near fct. Jtary'a n\onuo. Inquire 42i ! Con.
cut street. _ 437-lmp
fjlOR SALK Three of the best lota In Ilanscora
V place at a bargain If Bold boon. Totter & Cobb ,
SIS Ftrnrmi. _ 031-tf
FOH SALE Sheep , a lot of line Colorado grades
containing ol 800 owes , 2 , 3 and 4 years old.
bout COO jcarlings and BOUlimba. The ewea will
hear about 6 pounds. For further Information ad-
ressillday Co. , Haigler , B. 4 ; M. It. It. , Neb.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 038-lmp
[ T\OU \ SALE Cheapest house and lot In Omaha , In
L1 Tottor'a addition , 5 rooms , woll. 800 barrel ois-
irn , on two lots , 100 fet > t front by ISO fojt deep , for
2.0W Potter ACohb. 1516 Farnam sticct. 4S3-U
I/'UH SALK uneap lou m biilmis j adjltion ,
J Klrkwoodandl'lalnviow. Totter & Cobb , 1515
arnam street. 42S-tf
7OU SALE Two seoond hand "pianos , at Edholm
-1 & Kjlckson'rf llnslo Store on IBih St. 800-tl
T > OH SALE Two open aecond-nud buggies and
-Vpno delivery wagon , cheap , at 1310 Barney St.
OST A black leather pocket-book containing
J $71.00 In money. A liberal reward will bo paid
; 0 flnder by returning to Cumlufj ttrcct Car Darn.
OH 10 *
OST A red covered memorandum book , con-
Staining two railroad tickets fttid uomo lettern.
mo anil address on Insldu of ccncr. The finJur
111 ocnfcr a favor by loaIng at tlili olllce.
'TIIAYED ' OK bTOLCN A blark ho-sa , blind In
7rIghtOo. Acy notice rf hln whereabouts will bo
auliful'y rccclvtd Ly Henry Hornbcrgcr , Uouglai
) HHENOIOaiCAL-Mls3 E. N. Hobcn , C012
I'krco strict. Computes w th the best talents
the Held nnd from pat cncouiagemcntti will ro-
iln another neck to gho phronol.glcal cxamlna-
'nn ' ; " 4ii-18p
VAKEN UPLi6t April , red and white yonrllng
htlfer. Owner can h vo same by calling at II.
dhaus , cor. 24th and Mason , and pa ) ing chaigcs.
11HST-CLAS3 table board J4.00 r "weok , N. W.
comer 17th and Capitol avo. K
l'-llay 24th , 188 , nt my place , 1 horse ,
, none ! color , and o u pony bay inaro , black tall ,
ind mark on hip. Owner can have sar.o by pror *
; property aiiJ i > aypg | charges. 1'hllllp Cabsldy.
IIUIIIIAY has good pistunng. Spring water.
UKENUP On ho 2Uh Inst. at I'nes'Lake , near
Florence , a light bay mare w hlto on face snd Jigs ,
ears old , Iiihtly | shod , branded on left rmaitur.
ner can rocau-r by pajlng for tkl < udvertecment
I othei charges and proving ownership. Prlts
. . Florence , .Vch E03-lawfiw
IUIVYfvaultv , etulm , ami cesspools cleaned ltl
sanitary cleaner. Uatlsfactlon guaranteed by K.
Abel , ( Bucco.sor to J. II. Bmltb. ) box S78.
The scholastic j car commences on the
First Wednesday in September ,
course of Instruction embraces all tbo Elcmcn-
and higher bianihcs of a llnlehod education.
: renco cf Itcllglon Id no obbtacle tu the admU *
of yuun ; laulci. I'upllj are rccvltcd at auy
of Uio ) car.
: KMS PATABLEIN ADVANOE
nt ; Board , WaHlilng. Tuition In Englluh aud
oj , ube of bojlm. 1'laiio , per eofblou of
'o Monilis , - - $150.00
: TRA CnAHar.S-Dra > Tlnz , P&&tli.g : , German
> , Violin , Uultir and Vot-IMUblc.
fercncvi WD reiiulicd from all persons unknown
e InttltuUon. tor fiuther Informstion app'y ' to
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