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THE OMAHA DAILY BiBB : SUNDAY MARCH C. 1887 , TWELVE PAGER
; f" Chicago Pinanolal Affairs in the Same Con-
kv. diticm oa Provioualj Reported
( SPECULATORS GOOD BORROWERS
A Good Deal of Money NcccHsary to
Hunillo the Grcnt I'nrlc
Deal Foreign Kxchnnco
'I'lio Week In tlio Commercial World.
CHICAGO , March 5. [ Special Telegram to
the Bnn.l Local financial affairs tctnaln In
about the same condition noted la t week.
The demand from all sources for financial as-
Blstaiico was fairly active , but bankers are
well supplied with loanable funds und bor
rowers experienced no dlfllculty whatever in
i obtaining all favors requested when able to
; present undoubted collaterals or securities.
Speculators were quite liberal borrowers , as
, . they have considerable money locked up In
; the pork "fiquw/.u" and required funds for
' operations In other markets. Some money
has been forwarded to the interior , especially
to sections where railroads are being rapidly
c > built , to pay cou&tructlon bills and also to
lumbering district's to settle with employes
? ' of the "logging camps" before the annual
"break up. " Parties In the cattle districts ,
too , have asked for some currency for Immediate
diateuse. . drain merchants have asked for
temporary loans , but as the mer
cantile trade Is Improving their
t demands are easily provided for.
: Shippers of grain and provisions ask for
very few favors and packers are out of the
market Rates of interest were steady and
moderately lirm nt 00 per cent on "call , "
; v nnd 6@8 on time paper. Only exceptional
S tlmo paper accepted und . r 0 per cent Out-
' Bide paper was not much sought for and
quotable at 8 per cent Bankers are pursuing
a very conservative course * and Insisting ou
wide margins owing to t' ' > e unsettled condi
tion of the speculative markets. Advices
from eastern financial centers Indicated a
comparatively steady tecling In that quarter ,
j , and borrowers experienced no difficulty In
obtaining discount at satisfactory rates of In-
f torest , Foretell money markets were steady ,
with balances m the leading banks
Increasing. Mow 1'ork exchange has
been dull and dragging throughout
the week. Offerings were not very largo ,
but there was little or no demand. Some
currency was ordered from New York , espec
ially by bankcis who have annual contracts
with express companion. Sales were made
between banks at 70@75dlscount per 81,000 ,
and the market closed dull at tbat range.
Foreign exchange has ruled weaker. During
the week Just closed an increased number of
bills were offered on eastern markets owing
to increased exports of breadstults , provis
ions , petroleum and cotton , and the market
ruled rather weak. The demand was only
fair. Shippers' sixty-day documentary bills
on London ruled lower , with sales
at S4.SXLM.84U , and closed weak
Bt 84.83Cfl5J.KJK. The New York
Block market was only moderately actlvo
during the week. Outside parties were not
Disposed to trade to any extent , being at
tracted elsewhere , and trading was confined
to "room operators , " with preference given
to specialties. Chicago operators in stock
L * , rrero not doing much. The market , how
ever , was comparatively steady and fluctua
tions were confined within a narrow range.
I'nces exhibited very little change , a little
more encouraging to sellers. Foreign nmr-
kots have shown little strength and some of
the principal American securities have ad-
t.Tanccd lu the London market. Foreizn se-
cutlties have ruled comparatively
t fttcady In the absence of war news
or any marked change In the political
Situation. Hales on the New Vork stock ex-
1 change for tlio week aggregated 1,057,000
> harc3. I'ctroleum attracted considerable
, speculative attention during the past week
and trading was active. Prices ruled with
considerable Irregularity. A good demand to
< j provide for outstanding contracts caused a
a Stronger feeling early and prices were ad-
. ' vuneed2@3 cents. Later offerings were Increased -
' * creased somewhat on the strength of large
, , production * nd the opening of new wells ,
\ and a greater portion of the advance was lost
ft Ononing sales were made at 015c , sold at
Jf 01X < R04c and closed at & ! c. The
$ aggregate sales on the New York petroleum
exchange wore 11,400,000 barrels. More Hfn
was manifested in the leading produce mar
kets during the week and an increased
peculattvo business was transncteit. In
brain circles there was apparently more
pressure to sell early , and lower prices were
submitted to , but toward the close a firmer
tt'ullng prevailed , accompanied with a rather
elmrp appreciation In prices. Kecoipts were
* Dot very largo , while shipments exhibited
* some increase , possibly encouraged by a
fj Might concession In freights and a good ex-
I * Port movement at the seaboard ,
. ( locks being gradually reduced ,
, Provisions ruled with considerable strength
and a further material advance In prices was
gained , reaching hlehest figures of the season
, for leading articles. Stocks of provisions are
; v reported Ihrht at all western points. The
'movement from hero was onlv moderate.
' Foreign markets Indicated considerable
* steadiness and eastern markets were stronger
, ln a general way. The packing of hogs
* throughout the west was only moderate for
v this season of the year.
J WASHINGTON NEWS.
K ; fcho President's Pumtlon on tbo Illver
jjs , and Harbor Bill.
55. * . WASHINGTON , March 5. [ Special Telegram -
' gram to the Bice. Willis" , of Kentucky ,
\ehairman \ of the committee on rivers and
i harbors , Is authority for the statement
that the president Is seriously Investl-
gating the question of whether he has
Dot power to siun the river and harbor bill.
* A precedent for such action Is found In a war
, ; ioasure signed by President Lincoln a week
. * after congress had adjourned. Willis says
tf "Cleveland did not sign the river and harbor
1' bill because ho had no tlmo In which to read
Jt. Having read Its provisions he Is in favorer
or It. Ono or two congressmen think as
f. Willis does. On the other hand it is stated
'by ' many members that on Thursday the
president announced hla Intention to veto'
the bill and that ho Is now opposed to Its
* provisions. There Is no dourn that Willis
, thinks ho Is right in stating Cleveland's
.position , but it is likely that ho Is mistaken.
Uf course , should the president sign the river
and harbor bill , tlio friends of all other bills
fpocketfld" by the president will urge his
* approval ot them.
UISSATlSl'llJU WITH TJIK VETOES.
There U a good deal of dissatisfaction
"amongthe people ot Washington growing
jout of the action of the president in vetoing
bills for postotllces In d life rent parts ot the
t country. The chief magistrate seems to have
.adopted the policy to disapprove all bills pro
viding for public buildings to be used as post-
ollktis unless the bulldlncuuro also to bo used
'for other purposes by the government. Wash
ington has the poorest postolllco building of
any city of equal size In the United States
> and for several years unsuccessful attempts
rliaye been inado to induce congress to
< provide bettor quartern for the post-
taster and his force of clerks and
carriers. The failure of the.so efforts is duo
perhaps to the fact that the real estate spec
ulators are so extremely greedy that the gov
ernment Is unablu to secure a site upon any
reasonable twins. Now that the president
baa shown his hand and has vetoed nearly
every bill for a postolllco passed by tlio
present congress. U Is feared that ho may
take a similar action in the eveut of the passage -
sago of the bill to provide a postolllco for
Washington for the reason that thn building
Jf bnllt would bo used as a postollice only , as
the United States courts are already well
upplled with quarters.
KXPENMVK FOIl Till' DI'.MOCIIATS.
T. Iho appointment and continuation of a
non-resident neiro to be , n < corder of deeds in
V the District of Columbia will probably prove
-very expensive to the democratic party lu the
'next campaign. The democrats In the Dis
trict of Columbia are aniont the most liberal
of their class , and It Is said that In the last
campaign nearly 9100,000 was contributed to
Ui 'national democratic campaign fund in
Waahlnkton alone. Ooe of the wealthiest
sVou In flic city , who has always been a liberal
contributor expressed himself to-day a * dls-
Vgusted with politics , and has determined
'Sever to b ye anything to do with the party
whose president persistently Ignores the put-
ulorm snd'vlolates the pledges , by which he
naeoured the .votes of the country. This feel-
-V'ttigof antlp thyrto the course , of the prest-
4 < HJ indl l.rlbutlng the local patronage Is
'Vary natural The democrats In Washington
ttutltut * a very large uujority of the actual
fMldeau. Mt il > v ) business mm In
Washington Is d democrat They have sub-
mlttnil passively to the occupation
of the tno oQlcc'S by republicans dur
ing the last twenty years and have not ob
jected when outsiders were appointed. When
Clexuland. was elected they expected to se
cure some consideration buttio to the present
writing only one resident democrat has been
appointed to an ofllco of any prominence.
Tlio rejection of Matthews by the senate
was hailed with delimit and tlio appointment
of Trotter has called forth maledic
tions which are certain to entirely dis
rupt the rotations existing between the pres
ident and his party In WnAhltiKton.
The Hon. Martin I ) . Montgomery , commis
sioner of patents , will probably retire from
the position by the 1st of Juno , lie will not.
however , leave the public service entirely If
uny credence is to bo be placed upon the as-
Rurtlons ot the I catling democrats of Michi
gan. Tlicrolsno doubt that Montgomery
would have been appointed on the united
States circuit court bench when Judco Uax-
ter died hut for tlio fact that the president
was anxious to keep him In the patent of
llco , and In fact ha remarked to Mr. Dicker-
sou at the time that It was easier for him to
gut njrct a good judge than a good patent
commissioner. Mr. Montgomery will un
doubtedly be tendered a position on the
United States bench should a vacancy occur
before his resignation takes effect. It would
not surprise many people If lie was even of
fer-id the position lu the cabinet now filled by
A T1IKSUKY VIOLATION OF TAW.
The order of .the treasury depai tmunt alrcct-
ing that all trade dollars ottered for redemp
tion under the now law must be presented
at the sub-treasuries at New York or San
Francisco , causes a great deal of exceedingly
unfavorablecomment. . The law plainly says
that holders of those coins may present them
at any still-treasury In the United States and
the order of the department is therefore a
direct violation of the la\v , It will entail fa
qreat deal of expense upon holders of the
coin , teo. as they must pay express charges
on trade dollars jmit for redemption to Mew
Vork or San Francisco , as well as on tlio
standard sliver dollars received In nxcliaiiKe
back to the owner of the trade dollars re
deemed. In the icase of parties living at
remote points from these sub-treasuries this
will prove a very heavy burden , especially to
those holding small lots.
nr * - I'OSTAL. CIIAJfOES.
The postolllceat hark. Worth county , la. ,
was discontinued to-day. F. B. Fclter was
to-day appointed postmaster at Ireton , Sioux
County , la. , vice Georite W. Meader , re-
OH tmcH NOTICES.
To-dixy's Services at tUo Different
Ghurclicti Throughout tlio City.
lcthden Baptist church. Services
nt 4:15 : p. in. at St. Mary's Avcnuo
Conprecationnl church. Preaching by
Rev. J. M. Sullivan. Sunday school tit
3 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday eve
ning tit 7:30. : The Ladies' Aid society will
give a dime sociable Thursday evening ,
March 8. at Mrs. Fuller's residence , Kl
South Twenty-fourth street. All wel
Calvary Baptist church , Saundcrs
street. Ilov. A. W. Clark , pastor. Ser
vices at 10:80 : a. m. and 7:30 : p.m. Sunday
school at 12 o'clock. Pravor meeting
at 7:30 : on Wednesday evening : All are
cordially invited to the services of this
Saints' Chapel , Twenty-first and Clark
streets. Preaching at 11 a. in. aud 7:30 :
p. m. Sunday school at 12:30. : Every
German Lutheran church. 1005 South
Twentieth street. Service every Sunday
10 a. m. Sunday school 3 p. m. E. J.
Trcso , pastor.
Presbyterian church , corner Dodge
and Seventeenth streets. Services at
10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. by the pastor ,
Kev. W. J. Harsln. Sunday school at
close of morning worship. Young pee
ples' meeting at 0-45 p. m.
Unity church corner Seventeenth and
Cuss streets. Services at 11 n. m. and
7:30 : P. m. Sunday school at 13:15 :
Rov.V. . E. Copelitud , pastor. Subject of
morning sermon. "She Hath Done What
She. Could. " Subject of evening lecture ,
"Tho Camel Driver of Mecca. "
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran church ,
corner of Cnss nnd Nineteenth streets ,
clivino service anil preaching by the pas
tor , E. A. Fogelstrom , nt 10:30 : a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Tuesday evening , prayer
meeting , nndTharsduy evening , preach
ing of the gospel. Scandinavians are in
vited to attend all the meetings.
First German M. E. church , corner
Eleventh and Center streets. Preaching
to-day at 10:30 : n. m. and 7:30 : p. m. Sunday
school at 3:80 : p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7:30. : All Germans
nro cordially invited. Rev. H. Rincger ,
Services at the United Prcsbvterian
church. Park avenue , at 5 p. m. Preach
ing by Rev. Mr. Boyd.
St. Barnabas church , Nineteenth and
California streets. Plain , celebration at
7:30 a. m. Litany and church celebration
tit 11 a. m. Evensong at 4p.m. Sunday
school at 12:30 : p. m. Seats free. John
Williams , rector.
First German Presbyterian church , on
Eighteenth and Cumings streets. Service
every Sabbath at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p.
m. Sabbath school nt 13 o'clock. There
is also Sabbath school at 3 o'clock nnd
preaching at 3 o'clock m the house of Mr.
Max Bochtike , Fourth nnd Chester
streets. Wednesday evenings bible and
prayer meeting. Friday evenings at 8
o'clock singing meeting nt the church on
Cuming street. All German friends and
their children and all young people are
most heartily invited to attend these
meetings. Strangers welcome. J. G.
Schaiblc , pastor.
Third Congregational church , corner
of Nineteenth and Spruce streets. Rev.
A. B. Ponniman , pas > tor. Services at 1030 ;
a. ra. and 7:30 : p. m. Sunday school nt
noon. Subject of morning sermon :
"To Every Man His WorkA All wel
Saratoga Congregational church meets
at Saratoga school house. Services a.
3:15und : 7:30 : p. m. Sunday school at 2:15 :
p. m. Superintendent J. L. Maile , of the
A. H. M. b. , will preach in the evening.
A full house is expected ,
St. Mary's avenue Congregational
church. St. Mary's avenue and Twenty-
sixth street. Rov. Willurd Scott will
preach both morning and evening at
10:30 : nnd 7:30. Gospel service in the
evening. Sunday school at noon. All
Congregational , Capitol avenue , near
Eighteenth street. Services at 10:30 : a. m.
and 7:30 : p. m. Preaching by the pastor ,
Rer. A. t. Sherrlll. A snort gospel serv
ice In tun evening , with singing. All are
welcome. Sabbath school at noou.
All Saints' Church , Howard and
Twouty-lifth streets , second Sunday in
Lent , March 0,1887. Holy communion at
10:30 : n. m. Processional , "Sinner , Rouse
Thee From Thy Sloop. " Litany hymn ,
Florio ; anthem , "Lord , for Thy Tender
Mercies' Sake. " Farrant. Kyrio Gloria
Tibi Fratias Tibi , Tours In F. Com
munion hymn , "Bread of the World in
Mercy Broken , " Florio. Snrsara , Cozda
and Sanctus , Toursin F , ; Bcncdictus ,
Toursin F. ; Agnus Dei , Toursin P. ; Nuno
Dimmittis. Toursin F. Recessional ,
"Lord , to Thee Alone Wo Turn , " J. B.
Calkin. Evensong4p.m. Processional ,
"Hasten Sinner Be Wise "
to ; bonum est
fifth tone , Ddcus ; miserlatur , Parisian
tone , harmonies by Stainer ; anthem ,
"O , Lord , Have Mercy , " ( St. Paul ) . Men
delssohn. Hymn. "LoadKindly Light. "
Recessional. "Brief Life is Hero Our Per
i > i ion.
BROWN Of pneumonia , Perry C. , Infant
son of Henry Btarr and JeunU IS. Browo ,
aged U months ,
"Safe lathe rm § of Jesus , "
Funeral from the house , 417 Stewart street ,
at 3 p. m. , Monday.
Irish National League ;
At Cunningham' * hall at S o'clock this af
ternoon there will be a meeting of the Omaha
branch of the league. AM members are re
quested to be present at this meeting as Im-
, porlaut business 4s to bo transacted.
* * * * * ' >
Brief and Spirited Session In Both
LINCOLN , Neb. , March 0. [ Special Tele
gram to the UEH.J The senate met at 10
with an Indifference that characterized an
early adjournment President Pro Tern
Melklojohn called the morning order , the
second reading of bills. House roll 00 , for
therolleCot the city of Beatrice , waq re
ferred to the committee on military allalrs.
House roll 20 , to pay for the publication of
constitutional amendments , was read. Mr.
Vandemark asked ta suspend the rules and
PASS the bill to its third reading. Iho motion
was opposed by Mr. Holmes and Mr. Llnln-
ger , nnd the motion was withdrawn , House
roll 318 , to provide for oil Inspector nnd pre
scribing the duties of the same , was referred
to the committee on miscellaneous subjects.
Mr. Brown , of Clay , said ho wanted to co
home nnd tlio senate without an opposing
vote , adjourned to 4 p. m , Monday.
Dolnjrs In the Hottsn.
LINCOLN , Neb. , March G. I Special Tele
gram to the BEE. j Mr. bwcatand thirty-two
other members asked for the reinstatement
as [ mne of Willie Harrison , ono of the em
ployes discharged yesterday.
Mr. Shamp of Lancaster , favored the
Mr. Fcnton thought the matter a piece ot
Mr. Agco of Hamilton , wanted all the dis
charged pages re-employed.
Mr. Newcomer of Webster , said it was
about time to stand by the action of the com
mittee ; If not , why not reinstate all the dis
The matter was dropped.
Mr. Kussell of Colfax Introduced two peti
tions signed by about two hundred residents
of that county , asking for the passage of
house roll 11U. the railroad bill for the best
Interests of the state.
Mr. Whltmore , from the committee on
railroads , recommended that house roll 475
bo indefinitely postponed. This provides
that everv railway company In the state shall
lx ) Untile for all damages by lire that Is caused
by the operating of such railway.
Mr. Uowman , of Plattc , moved the adop
tion of the report.
Mr. Tlnelc , of Brown , thought the bill a
food one , and wanted to have it read.
Mr. Whitmore said that the railroad com
mittee had found an unconstltuttonallty ,
and the present law covered all the points
of the new bill , except that one which was
Mr.Tingle said itoughtto bediscussed , and
the unconstitutional provision removed.
The railroad committee's report was
House roll 235 was reported favorably by
the samocommittee. It provldesntnonc ; other
things , for the construction and maintenance
of switches at all crossings and junctions. " to
enable the transfer of cars from one road to
another , and that the transfer shall bo made
without charge to thn consignor or consignee.
The report was adopted.
The committee on claims favorably re
ported 845 for the relief of ( leo. M. I'rice.and
m bill 477 reduced the relief for Kearney
county for prosecuting Matt Xlmmermau
from 95,000 to S3bOO.
House roll 2bG was Indefinitely postponed.
This provided that every railroad In the state
shall bo liable for Injuries to employes lu
consequence of the negligence of agents or
Mr. Russell's joint resslutlon relative to the
appointment ot a Ncbraskan on the Inter
state commerce commission , was indefinitely
The house went into committed of the
whole and killed house roll 250. This pro
posed to legalize defective deeds upon which
rests the controversy of Judge ( iaslln ana
Georce M. O'Brien of Omaha. Bill 174118 ;
and 417 were passed for future consideration.
Mr. White's bill , 241 , providing for the ap
propriation by the county commissioners of
$2ouo for the erection of a soldiers' monument
ment In every county , was killed. The com
mittee arose and reported. Adjourned till
Tuesday at 10 a. m.
Voted the nonets.
fATimunr , Neb. , March G. [ Special Tele
gram to the BEE. I At the election held ,
to-day to vote bonds to tlio Kansas City &
Omaha railroad the result was E02 for aud 2
against , a light vote. This makes Falrbury
the division and terminal station. It Is al
ready the division of the Chicago , Kansas &
Nebraska , and will have three roads. The
citizens rejoice greatly nnd the town booms
KxKTr.il. Neb. , March G. [ Special Tele
gram to the Bnc.j The bonds for the Fre
mont , Elkhorn & Missouri Valtov railroad
carried In Exeter , Geneva and Madison , and
lost in Bryant and Chelsea. The vote here
was 2157 to IL
ToniAB.Meb. , March 5. | Special Telegram
to the BKE.J The proposition to aia tlio
Kansas City & Omaha railroad to the amount
of 830,000 was decided In favor of bonding
Olive precinct by a vote of 225 for to 31
against. The town people are wild with ex
citement , and are celebrating the event by
the building of bonfires and the firing of
anvils. The total vote cast was 201.
" FAIKMOXT , Neb. , March 5. ( Special Tele
gram to the Buit.1 Fairmont Is to-night cel-
ebratlncr. Bon lires are burning , drums beatIng -
Ing and the streets crowded. The vote just
taken shows uTSfor and 44 against the bonds.
The Omaha & Kansas City railroad will
build through Fairmont This Is just the be
ginning of a boom.
A. Burglar Quickly Captured.
STRA.TTON , Neb , , March 5. [ Special Tele
gram to the BEE. [ Lost night the dry goods
store of Moore Bros , was entered by a burg
lar. Entrance was effected by breibrnit a
window light at the rear of the store. As
soon as it was discovered this morning a
party started In search of the burglar and
run him down at Benkleman. He were n
hat , full suit of clothes , and a pair
of shoes which was taken from the store.
Besides these be secured about 910 In
cash and a dozen silk handkerchiefs. It is
thought that the arrest Is an Important
one , as a car in which the burelar was
rldln t was set out here and this morning the
B. & M. agent found a number ot knives and
razors In it. If he does not get his just de
serts here it will not bo the fault of the
Miss Bella Robinson's recital at Do-
hany's opera house , Council BluiTs. Wed
nesday , was attended by several of her
admirers in Omaha , including Judge and
Mrs. Lake , Miss Lake , Miss Council , Mr.
Sheppard , Mr. Foster , Mr. Merriam , Mr.
Douel , Mr. and Mrs. Squires , Mr. aud
Mr. Grossman was called homo Thurs
day by the sudden death of his father at
Salem , Now Jersey.
Callers at the club Thursday included
Mrs. Butler , of Fort Omaha , Mrs. Col-
petzer and the Misses Wadloigh.
Mrs. Dr. Dysart and Mrs. H. C. Markol
have gene to Kansas City , where they
were suddenly called by the illuois of
their sister , Mrs. Goo. R. Barso.
Two autograph letters of Sir Walter
Scott sold recently in Edinburgh brought
prices which are cited as further
evidence that indifference to Scott exists
in Edinburgh. Duo of them fetched f t.M
unct the other f 3 or the price of nu old
A vessel with a cargo of forty-four os
triches arrived rccedtly at Galveston ,
Tex. This is the second cargo within
twelve months. The birds are for os
trich farms la California , where this pe
culiar industry is coming into favor.
The birds came from Natal , la South
The prince of Wales has just granted n
warrant for a now Masonic lodge , to bo
called the "Anglo-American. " The lodge
is formed with a view of affording facili
ties for Americans resident in England
meeting their brethren of the English
grand lodge under the constitution of the
Eighteen months ago William Chap
man , of Now London , was la a house
when it was struck by lightning , and was
soTorely shocked. Ever slnco ho has1 bean
able to predict a coining thunder storm
with great certainty from certain pains
that no feels In' his heel some hour * before -
Tlit .revenue collections yesterday wen
THE COLORM MAN WINS ,
The Siz Dajs' ' Racfl'Wtfn ' By Aabinger By a
PRINCE AND ECJC WILL RACE.
Hanley's Blotches Moth and We-
IjaiiRblln Uftso tnlt } News Tlio
O. A. It. RcU'nlon State
Tcnchcrs Ctlicr Iiocal.
The Colorado Man Wins.
Over 4,000 people witnessed the finish ot
the six days race at the exposition building.
No race in the history of bicycling over
equalled the one closed last night In some re
spects. in no other six days race have the
the leaders been oven at the beginning of the
last night's work. Such was the case In the
lace last night , however , and the fact proved
n drawing card. The men
opened the race with V > mills
to their credit. As on Friday night
Ashingcr set the pace and made some tear
ful efforts to spurt away Irom the Omaha
lad. Uulloolf was In good trim and trailed
the Colorado rider In excellent style. As the
race nearcd the tinlsli the wildest excitement
prevailed and when the men started for the.
final npurt the uproar was simply feaiful.
Bullock made a noble effoit to pass Ashlnger
and for much of the distance ou thn last half
mile lapped wheels with him. When the
pistol was tired the men had crossed the Hue ,
Ashingcr leading by half a wheel. Bullock's
trainer claimed nloul , asserting the Ashlugcr
had refused to glvo him the polo when it was
called for. After carefully considering the
facts , the leferee decided the race In Asn-
Inaers tavor. The decision cave very ( ten-
nral satisfaction. The distance for the twenty-
four hours was 400 miles even.
A Memorable Affair.
A banquet given at the Millard last night
to the bicycle riders , their backers and train
ers , was a titling finish to the six-day race.
The supper was one of lire courses , and was
n thoroturhly excellent one , the menu being
perfect In every respect. Speeches were made
by those present , and for two hours a jovial
spirit ruled the occasion. Among those
present were Max Meyer , Dr. WerU , John S.
Pilnce , Ed Hullock , Ed Lyttln , F. T.
Mittaucr , Luclcn Stenhcns , T. W. Eek ,
Stephen Carlisle , Frank Dlnglcy , Sidney
Childs , A. L. White. A. .1. Kcndrick ,
diaries Ashingor. Fred Fryc , W. A. Orece ,
W. C. Mclntosh. II. U. Cooper. Lou Webster ,
U. N. Mealio and Charles Stephens.
Colonel McLaunhlln , of St Paul , the well
known heavy weight wrestler , has been mak
ing overtures to Moth , the Grace-Roman
champion , for a match to take place in this
city. McLaughlln wants a collar-and-clbow
match or catch-as-catch-can in Jackets , with
one Uraeco-ltoman bout as a tickler for
Moth. Charles Moth says he will meet Me-
Laueblln in a match to comprise two Uraco-
Itoman bouts , two collar-aml-elbow bouts and
one catch-as-catch-can bout if n fifth bout 1 *
needed to decide the match. Hut he will not
in . It Is
wrestle cateli-ns-cateji-cau jackets.
very probable that a inaUjli will be arranged.
The Crib club otSt. . Paul will , on March
14 , have the pleasure or jponor of presenting
to the seekers ot legitimate and proper sport-
seeking Individuals * thoroughbred fight be
tween thorouehbred'meh' , that is , ( jeorgo La
Blanche ( the Maniib ) and Jack Hanley , of
Omaha. It will by Xora.pursc of SSOO. given
by the Crib club of 'Sf Jfaul. It will be , ac
cording to the soeei beat ions , catch- weight ,
gloves three ounces'tnventyono rounds ,
Quennsbury rules * or. more If ordered by the
rofree or until a decfMnu' ' Is given in tavor of
either man. Wlniuj ffSpO.
The Clow-Hanloy'Jmat h , which will take
place at the exposition annex on Thursday
nlcht , Is cicatlng coo ldoraljle Interest In
local prize circles , liy the terms of the
match Clew bets 8100 that ho can stop Han-
ley in five rounds. Both men have admirers
who are backing them heavily. Tim match
will bo an Interesting one.
Prince and Kck. *
"The only Eck" has finally had his last
wish gratified in getting a twenty-mile race
out of Prince , to start from opposite sides of
the track. The race will take place on next
Saturday night. At the same time a twenty-
mile race will be run between Din gloy , Bul
lock and Ashlnger for a purse ot 8109.
THE OMAHA. CLUB.
Iho Grounds Secured and the Men All
The ground for the new base ball grounds
of the Omaha clurt were surveyed yesterday.
The ground belongs to 'the Itner estate and
lies at the ninction of Twentieth and Lake
streets. The club has secured n six years'
lease of a strip 307 feet In width and 405 In
length , which lies high and dry , Is as level as
a floor and Is especially desirable for the pur
pose /or which it has been secured. Architect
Voss Is at work upon the plans for a grand
stand and ampltheatro witb a seating capac
ity for a.000 people. Work will be com
menced upon tlio erection of the stand and
the leveling of the diamond as soon as the
frost leaves the eround.
Manager Bandio has succeeded In complet
ing his team by signing a new catcher ,
Charles Kreliraoyer , of St Louis , who was
the crack man behind the bat in the Southern
league. lie was formerly a catcher for the
St. Louis Browns and Is considered a good
one. The completed team Is now composed
as follows : Catchers , Krehraever , llarterond
Bandio ; pitchers , Healy , O'Loary , llonso-
man , Vcach and Uooilennugh ; short stop , ths
only Walsh ; basemen , Dwyer or Brlmblo-
cone at first , Swift at' second and Uourke at
third ; fielders , Dadcr , Messltt and Genius.
Manager Bandle has heard from all ot the
players during the past week. All of them
are reported In excellent condition and most
of them arc practlclnc In gymnasiums.
The schedule committee of the Western
league will meet in Leaven worth ou MaichSO.
THE G. A. R. KEUXION.
The Patrick Farm Tendered for Use
The Canvassing Committee.
Tito board ot trade committee appointed to
secure subscriptions and a location for the
G. A. 11. encampment , an effort to secure
which for Omaha , is being made , met at the
board of trade rooms yesterday afternoon and
made arrangements for dividing the city into
districts and appoln'frhp canvasaos for each
district A communication was received
from Col. J. N. II. Patrick tendering the
Patrick farm of4,00t ) acres In the western
part of the city for.thejioldlng of the reun
ion. The farm Is easy or access and the offer
ot the Colonel was aeceuUtd with thanks by
the committee. The members of the com
mittee feel con fident < that there will bo no
trouble whatever In raising the amount ot
subscription necessarytojsecure the reunion.
The Stn'f/i 'Teachers. '
Superintendent Jimesjiwho la president of
the Nebraska State TeacJiers' association , Is
making arrangements- the twenty-first
annual meeting of'tlift association , which
will be held In Lincoln cthe / last three days
ot the present mont | ) . An excellent pro
gramme has been prdpnred. und the meeting
promises to Do onuofi the most Important
and successful ever held by the association.
A small Are was discovered yesterday even
ing In tlie brick block at the corner of Six
teenth and St. Mary's avenue. The damage
was Inconsiderable * .
The department was called out last night
at 8 o'clock to suppress- small blaze In a
frame building at the corner ot Thirteenth
and Chicago streets. No damage.
The first mectlnz of the Walnut Hill
division of thi ) Sunday School Temperance
Army will bo held In the Chlstlan church at
Walnut Hill Sunday evening at 7:80 : o'clock.
Mr. C. L. Bayer , who has met with so much
success organizing the children In the city
will address the meeting and a number ot the
boys and girls will take part In speech and
song. Botn'old and young are invited.
A little brbjlit tnrl arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Dusold at No. 613 North
Sixteenth street , Friday afternoon. All
doing nicely , .
LEFT FOU t'AHTB UNKNOWN ,
Herbert Itothery Taken Advantage of
The prosecution of Herbert Kothery charg
ed with malicious destruction of pioporty at
oueFallon's road hou.sc came to an abrupt
termination yesterday by llothcry's sudden
departure for parts unknown. Itothcrywas
convicted of the charge last week , after
Fallen had made several efforts to compro
mise tlio cose. The jury fixed Fatlon's
damages at STG.'JS. Under the law the
amount of the line must bo twice the damage
or S15i.,0. This Judge Neville imposed
upon Kothery yesterday and added a sen
tence ot ton days In the county jail and the
costs of the suit which alouu amounted to
about S-HK ) . After ho had pronounced the
sentence .ludra Neville gave the prisoner an
opportunity of going to his saloon to arrange
for the payment of ills fine and to pieparo
for hi ? term in tlio j.iil , Kothery took ad-
vantugo ot his opportunity and loft the city.
Ho Is supposed to have gene to New Orleans ,
where he has friends In business.
The other prisoners arraigned before J udge
Neville vesterday were sentenced us follows :
John Kelly was convicted of robbery. Ills
counsel , Mr. Morlarlty. asked for a continu
ance of the argument of the motion for anew
trial. The court denied tlio request and over
ruled the motion. Judge Nnvlllo referred in
strong language to threats which had been
made against a prosecuting witness on the
stairway In the court buildlnir. Kelly was
sentenced to three years In the penitentiary.
Prosecuting Attorney Slmeral , on an Intima
tion from the court , dismissed thocnsoaualnst
Michael Downey , an accessory of Kelly's.
John Kratke , who was convicted ot living
In adultery , was sentenced to the county jail
for a period ot thirty days and to pay a line
Robert Stuart , for shooting his wife with
Intent to kill , through his counsel. Mr.Crowell.
asked the court for leniency. The court salu
It VIM a strange case ; this woman had been
shot almost to pieces , and yet two or three
times she hail called on the judco to let htm
go altogether , even calling at the house. He
sentenced Stuart to six years In the peniten
THE MASK BA.L.U
A Pleasant and StiecoKsfal Affair at
The ladles of the German school assoela-
lon gave one of the most successful uiasqner-
ndcs of the season at German la halt last
nlirht. Every detail had been arranged be
forehand and the affair passed oft' smoothly ,
netting quite a sum which goes to the school
fund. Seventy masked couples were
present ( busldo a host of spectators )
In every Imaginable style of cos
tume from that of the king and queen to
that of the clown or peasant To a reporter
who looked In on tlio affair , the scene seemed
like a glimpse of talry land. To the ladies
in charge of the affair all pralso or honor are
duo. The supper which they provided with
out extra charge was a thoroughly appreci
ated feature of the entertainment.
At a meeting of the Douglas county Horti
cultural society held yesterday at the ofllco of
E. L. Emery , 1800 Harney street , Messrs.
Conoyer , Wiesgarber and Hess were elected
A communication was received from Mr.
Davis , asking the society to furnish a list of
of hasty trees , fruit and ornamental , shrubs ,
etc. , best suited to this part of the countrv.
Messrs. Craig , Crosby and Emery were ap
pointed a committee to prepare a list to be
submitted to the next meeting for Us correc
tion and approval.
On motion the following was adopted :
Kcsolved , That any ono member or non-
inembor of this society may propose In writ
ing questions peituinfn ? tie horticulture or
llorculture which they desire to have dlscu.st
and answered by the society. Such questions
to bo addressed to the secretary and placed
on file to be called up and disposed of in regu
On motion Messrs. Erfllne and Emery were
appointed a committee to confer with the
managers ot tlio exposition bulltllnsr in re
gard to holding a fair some time during the
summer and report at the next meeting.
After transacting some other business the
meeting adjourned to meet at thn same place
March 10 , at S p. ui.
Ijlccnscrt to Wed.
Judga McCulloch issued inarri.iga
licenses yesterday to the following par-
Name. Residence. Age.
t Fred Vandemarr Omaha 27
( Emma Webb Omaha 10
j Hans Ott Omaha 23
t Catherine Scuestedt Omaha S3
A Card of Thanks.
C. C. Stunloy and family wish to thank
the neighbors who have shown , them so
much kindness during the sickness and
and at the funeral of their mother und
wife , Such kindness to comparative
strangers cannot bo forgotten.
C. W. STANLEY.
C. C. STANLEY AND FAMILY.
The young Princesses of Wales takes a
.groat interest in the poultry yard when
at tinnnringham , aud , armed with
baskets of scraps , pay a matutinal visit
to their pet bantams and Uoudaus.
Lately they have taken to dressmaking ,
and snow considerable aptitude at the
cutting-out and fitting branch.
Ono of the most astonished men in Con
necticut is a citizen of Bridgeport , who ,
a few days after ho had loaned a stranger
on the cars 40 cents to get homo with re
ceived a $1 bill and a letter of thanks
from tlio gratuful stranger. He has had
the loiter and bill framed.
SPECIAL NOTICES ;
Advertisements under this lie id , 10 cents per
line tor the nrst Insertion , 7 ccnti for each sub-
equent Insertion , and (1.50 a line per month
No advertisement taken for less than 2B conta
for tlio first Insertion. Eovcn wonla will ba
counted to the line ; they must run consecu
tively and must be paid In advance. All adver
tisements must bo banded In before 1:30 o'clock
p.m. , nnd under no circumstance * will theybe
taken or discontinued by telephone.
I'nrties advertising ; In them columns and bar-
Injrtho nniwcra ujdresspd In care of THE HEB
wlllplcaso nek for a chccV lo enable them toect
their letters , as none will bo delivered except
on presentation of check. All answer * to ad-
vertisemonU should bo enclosed ID envelopes.
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MONEY TO LOAN.
'ONEYto loan on real estate nnd chnttels
M S. Kati It Co. 1511 Farnainsttrround floor.
to loan on Improved city property at
6 per cent. Money on hand ; do not have
to wult llnro a complete act of abstrnct bucks
of DouKlns county. I. N. Watson , abstractor
Harris Itcal Kstuto und Loan Co. , 3 S. into st.
a' ; ) .
. to loan. Sums (500 and upward * ,
$ Lowest rates , flemls , room 3 , Barker block ,
B. W. cor. 15th nnd Farnam its. 123
MONEY First mortgage notes. The Douglas
county bnnk will buy papers secured by
first mortgage on city realty. 134
6PKU CENT-Monny to loan.
Gregory k Hadley ,
Iloomi 1 and 3 , Iledick clock , 320 B. 15th Bt
" \10NEY TO LOAN on improved real tnto ;
1'i tie commission charged. Leavltt Burn-
ham , Boom 1 Crolgbton Block. 117
to lonn. Ellis Ilros. . real estate and ,
MONEY agents , room 17 , Whhuell block , cor.
16th nnd Hnrner. 118
% fONEY to loan on improved city property ,
1TJ. yory lowest r'tos , C. J. Cuswoll , room 19 ,
Nebraska Nat'l bank. C3T in 17
T OANS-Loans Loan * .
Itcal estate loans ,
Long tltno loans.
Khort tlmo loans.
Money always on hand to loan on any ap
Investment securities bought and sold ,
Omaha Hnunclal Exchange , n. w , cor. 15tb
and Harney. . . .
Corbctt. Manager. 1
to loan , cash on nand.no delay.
MONEY . and E. L. Squire , 14U i'ftrnam it ,
faxlon hotel building , 130
$ .500,000TO ' LOAN at per tool J. J. Ha.
boney , 1609 Karnam. ' UI
O n. C. Pnttornon. 16th and turner.
" \r0NKYtolonn In sunn to suit , from 11,000
-1'L to 50,000 ; no delay. Xuttle i Allison , ill
s. mil 91
T'O LOAN Money Lonna placed on Ira-
provoil ronl estnto In city or county for
Now I'nsUml Ix ) n A Trurt To. , by Douglas
County bank. ICth nml Chlcngo ft * . 126
HONRY TO IOAN-On city and farm prop.
crty.Iowintcs. Stowatt & Co. , lloom 3
Iron bank. 137
M ONKY TO LOAN-O V. IMvU * Co , rcol
ostRto and loan agents , 1503 b'arniun st.
ONEV TO IOAN-On real estate and chat
tels. 1) . UThomaa. LM
( IJSOO.TO To lonn on Omiilni oily property at 0
P porcout. G. W. Day , over iaL'UuuKl.u sU
TIIO.NKV TO I.UAN byttinnmlerslRtioJ.wlio
J'-I lins the only properly oiy.inlrrtl loan
nsonor In Uinnlin. Lunnsotim to f too mntlo
ou furniture , pianosorsiuifl , hnrgos , wuitons ,
niKchliiery , Ac , without rniiiovnl. Noilulnyn ,
All lmino i stiIcily confldcntlnl. l.onni to
madu thnt nny part can bo paid nt nnjr Inic.oach
paymrnt roduclnii the cost pro rntn. Advnncci
madn on line Trnluhos nnd diamonds. I'crsong
ihoulil carefully ooneldor who they nro dciillii *
1th , as ninny nuw concornn nro dally comtnit
Into oxlitonco. Should you tired monor cnll
nnd < mo. W. it Croft , Itoora i Wtlmoll
HtilUlliiK , IMh nud Hurnoy. 1U1
ONEV UJANUOnt C. I' . Hood * Co. ' I jnn
Ofllco , on furniture , plnnos , horseswnffons ,
porsoniil property of nil ItiniH , nnd nil other nr-
tlclcs of vHliic. without removal. ! ) ! 8. l"th.
ever lllnRhiim's Commission storo. All busi
ness strictly confidential. I'M
F OH SALE Ortrudo forlmnrovoil Or unim
proved land , In Iowa or Nebraska , a tron-
oral slock of dry good a and urocerlol , a book
and stationery stuck tuid two druir stores , all
well located nnd dolnir good bugluoas. Will
trade either stock or all. Address Hutchlnson
& lilsoloy , Bhoiihndoah , la. _ 409 *
FOH SALK Confectionery , tob exo ; nnj
clirar ftorc , peed locution. 1'rlcfl f" > OJ.
Inquireat Iteul Katiito agency , iKWi Ninth st.
_ _ _ an 6
FOfl SALE A now stoclc ot mocorlcs In
flrft-chi'B locution : ( rood reasons for sell-
Ing. Adihos3ut once , FOt , UceoOlco.
381 T *
TT1OK SALE Chenp , flvo shares In Mutual
- - Loan nnd Ilulldlnir association. Apply L.
Clirlstenaon.ll. & M. Hoiuliiuarlorg. 'Mi" '
1OH BALK U fntorost or all of ffrocory
stock , coed location , doiiueood business ;
rood reasons for solllntr , small cash payment.
AMdress F 43 , Ilco. J 8 *
Foil SALH Or trndo for city property or
land Mentmnrket Innnoof the best loca
tions In the city. Salosf'J.OOO per month.
Actlvo Heal Ustato and Property Uichnngo ,
1524 Dodge St. 777.7
FOH SALE A Rood paylnp grocery store ,
located on the corner of two Rood utructt * ;
cnpltnl required , about $1,100. For full particu
lars Inqlroot A. II , Comstock , KoomlUCrelgli-
ton blK. 2M
HOUSE3 Lot3FarmsLnndmonoy loaned.
llemis1 city mnps , 6x7 foot , J3.50 each.
Iloinls , rooms , Barker block , S. W. cor. 15th
and Farnam sts. 123
POH SALE 17,000 of general merchandise
nnd store furniture , clean , well assorted.
vt 111 take hnlf In peed unlncumbcrod fnrm land ,
balance In payments well secured ; jrood reasons
for selling. Address Call lloi 07 , Alma , Neb ,
147 13 *
I ' 'OH SALK Cigor , tobacco , stationery und
nowa store. Excellent business. Address
K 70 Bee olllce. 70S mil *
T71OH SALE Lumber , urnln and coal business
Jono of the best points In ccntrnl Nebraska.
on I ) . & M. n. It. Harrison Ambler & Ambler ,
Iloom 20 , Nntioml bnnk. 580
T71OII SALE Lumber yard nnd residence In
A South wodtom Iowa. Well located and do-
Incr peed business. Good roason.i for selllnir.
Address K. S. , lloo olTlcc. Si3 m 8 *
T3ANK forsaloinn now rapidly frrowlnff town
-L > of BOO Inhnbltnnts. Fine donoelts. Money
loans from 3 to 4 percent , monthly. A splendid ,
chanco. Address D 39 , Floe office. 015
" | T < OH SALE Half Interest In one of the best
- * - ; pnylnj ? drug stores In southwestern Iowa ,
Capital required , J2.GOO. Address U 40 , Dee of-
Ccu. il3 |
I/lOOND Lnr cst assortment of dinner sots
-L1 nt.Moody's China Store , corner 10th und
Davenport. _ 4:11 : n
TDEHSONAL Do you wnnt your washing nnd
* - ironing donn In n satisfactory manner !
Try Klngr's Fninlly Laundry , ( all Imiid-worK )
southwest comer ICth and llowardstropts.
4SI 8 *
PEI1SONAL J'lncst display of dinner pets at
Moody 's China Store , corner lUth ana Dav
enport. Ml a
ERSONAL Ladles rteslrlnre Rood servant
grlrlflcan bo supplied at short notice by cnll-
inir 119 North 10th st. , Crounso block , E. O.
Uolle-Islo. yj3 a
FORTUNE telHnjj- , past , present and tuture.
by Mndam Blanch , 1119 Jaukion.corncr l-'th
and Jackson. U87-8 *
Mlia DUllANT , Clarlvoyant , Irom lloaton.
will remain In the city n short fine only , she
reads the deepest secret ? , unfolds the future
unites separated lovers , causes speedy mar-
rlBKo ; Is vera reliable In all all airs of life. Boom
1 Lyons bin , 10th and Chicago. . ' 4 0 *
pLAlUVOYANT-Madam Alaska reveals
> past , present and future. Satisfaction
guaranteed. 513 8 18th at. 809 a 3
PERSONA n private homo for Indies during
confinement. Strictly confidential. In
fants adopted. Addrou E 42 , Boo office.
_ _ _ _
ERSONAL Mrs. Dr. Nnnnl * V. Warren
clairvoyant. Medical and business Medium
Boom No. 3 , 121 North ICth it .Omaha , N b.
CASH paid for of' ! gold and Bilvor at C. L.
Erickson& Co. . J12 North l th street. SOIW
riMIOHE Intondliifr to put out trees , shrubs ,
-L vines and plants will ! lnd it to their Intor-
ogt to call on or address E. L. Emery , lUiW liar-
F il KENT Square .Plauo , I * month Ir.
Uospe. 1513Douir ! s. 839
YOU will find the lurgojt assortment , hiind-
Bomost decorations and lowest prices an
dinner seta at Moody's China Store , U02 N ICth
street. 431 U
r\MAIIALAUNDRY-fiftl north 16th St. . first
vclass. . . Blurts KK ) . collars nnd cuffs II , family
washing lowest price In the city. J'lrst cliisa
work uuarrnnted. I'leaso send your order and
we will cull Ht your house. 437 fl *
JK you want to buy or sell furniture , go to
J. Ferguson's. 715 N. ICth. 737
USTUACTOIlS-An Experienced Abstractor
now opou for engagement Would go out
of city , fc'ntlsrnctoryrolorencea. Address T. M.
E..Citizens'Bank. Omulm. 157 a *
N EW lloitrdlng House , line tHblcs , clean and
pnlatablo victuals. 1419 Chlciigo BU 3n5
HOUSES LQts.Farms.Lundamoney loaned.
Bomli'clty maps , 5x7 feet. I-.50 each.
BomlR , room 'I. Barker block , S. W. cor. 15th
and Farnam sts. 287
/"IHAHLEa PONTEZ. analytical chemist nnd
V/ engineer , analysis of ores , coals and assays
nnd analysis of all kinds , chemist und miner
alogist to the U. P. U. It forl¥ra. No. 1500
Webster cor Bith st. P. O. llox 40L 019mlfl
TOBAGK FU-st-claBB s to ratio tor nice furniture
nituro or boxed goods , at 1513 Dadvo-at.
Tnuu ItKNT organs , (3 per month , ttnupe ,
J 1B13 Douglaa. 033
_ _ _
on UH NT Square Hiano | J moniBly. A
nospe.1513 Douclng. _ IM
FOB SALE MI80ELLANEjTJSJ ) _
Oll8ALI5 HnollnmbIotonlanStrilloiiper- ] ( (
fgrccd ) at n bargain. O , 1) . Sutiihen. 1KJ
Fnrnnin. _ 4J7 10
for the ladles , the latest not cities
Especially work and materials at Mrs. M. C.
MltohoU'g.lCgpJiouglaa street. _ 410 B'
SALE Cheap , span woik liorsf s.wRgon
FOK harnussat IJodgunnd aatliBt. Imiiilre
IJoxter U TDOH1B8 , Crclirhtoa block. 425 8'
OH BALE Fine 8-yourold horgo , baruces
and 3sprlnit wajjon or will trade for allKht-
er out ni , a. E. cor. 5th ami Hickory : . 372-7 *
OU SALE -A No. 1 , large , gentle family
horse , harness and phaeton. Enquire of
E. L. Emery , limp Hnrnoy at. _ aai u
Tj OK SALK Large flro proof safe. Apply atC
-C water works office , 1513 , t'urnam street
"I71OU SALE -A nearly new , second-hand safe ,
J ? large no commodious suitable for any
business. Hioun , Jolmion it Co. , cor. Oth and
Leave ortb t 181 7
SALE Ono now buck board and ono
FOIl wagon , second band , corncrSeth and
T- l BALE-Agood 8-yeajMld pony nil 18 N
TJWR 8ALH-Patent right rhttp. AadrtM at
J3 . nce V 'X U e olloe iw t *
HOUSKS-LotsFarmst.ftnds-monev loaned ,
llomls' city maps , 5x7 toot , t3M each.
Ilemld , room a. Barker block , 8. W , cor. 15th
nnd Farniun Bta. . lai
Nice And clean empty slioo cases
2. T. LlndseyCo. , SU9 South Uth Rt.
FOlt BALE Kurtillitro and IOMB , 10 room
house , on prominent street , near center of
bu.slncii.lenio has over two yean to run. Can
mnko rent by letting fire rooms. House put In
good repair. This Is an unuiunl opportunity ,
you cnn purohaio tlio out at ou very cosy terms.
AddreMBW. llaoonicn. 6ii4
BALK-3 million brick and upwards DO-
FOU dally out put of 30noa iuqulro :
on premlon , oor Dorcas nnd "ud 8(8. ( Omaha
Brick and Torrn Cottn Mfg. Co G.K )
WANTED MALE HELP.
" \\rANTr.U An honest llvoly j-ounif nmn nt
I T Itluhtcr'a bat store , Itoforoncos wmiteiU
WANTKU flood limholmnn at onco. On
thnt cnn 111 ! in tlmo ou now work. J , Cub *
bllon , rulrinoiit , Nob. 1107-11 *
ANIT.n-ARoiiti , apply to A. S.8TO0
N. 13 st. 8TO-0 *
WANTED Atouconttho Troninut homo a
icood pnstry nnd second cook : nddi-ess
FlUcornld A Sou , Lincoln , Neb. aw 7 *
WANTl'I ) A good soconil linlsor at the I'uz-
ton liolt'l : must lie n shutlo nmu nu d not
afraid to work ; inquire for the steward.
\\7 ANTKD Agonta. elthor sol , for a novoliy
T > thnt M tnkiiur Chicago by storm. lOO.am
sold In this city iilono. J. H. I'njf" * Co. , U'O
Qtilncr St. , Chicago. JI030'
\\7ANTED Ittporlonrod dry poods travelling
T > gBlomim having nu established trade In
the country tributary to K n ns City. Stnlo
amount of trade , territory covered , nnd how
long. Address , with reference , W , U. Grlmvs
Dry Oooda Co. , Kenans City. Mo. 353
ANTED A tlrst-cluv ) iijiholstoror mill nor-
pot Invar , luciulre 0. 13 , Cilrpot Co. ,
Council DUiffg. 301) ) fl
TX/'ANTni ) rirst-clnss coat umkcr. Inrjulro
T > or address Voticn , Murchant Tailor , Mut
ton , Noli. l 7 8
WANTED-Iloy for oulce , 1J13 Furnnm ,
room 3. 200
Y\TANTED My the largest publishing house
* ' west of Chicago , two hundred gontlomnn
nnd Indlos to soll"Thn SucciwafuUMnn" "Miirvel-
ous Wonders of the Whole World" "lllblos" nnd
various other rood publications , npoly cnrlr
nnd got choice of territory. J. St. Kronch
Ca , olllco 10 lliuhman Dlock , Om hn , Nob.
" 1ATANTI3U CO sober , IntclilKont men of good
T nddrcsatotrr a lOomoal at NorrU' ro .
taurnnt , lots 16th st. 13
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
ANTKD Good vromnnpastry cook. ( lood
wngos. Cull nt onco. Omahn Employ
ment Buroiui , 110 uorth ICth st.Croun9o blk.
W ANTKD A trot nurse to onre for a bnbo
nix wcckn ot ago. Inqulro , Oust llntni'l ,
Southeast corner tiovuntceuth and Dorcug.
Btroet. 418 11 *
WANTED 6 pnloslndy's for dry Roods. Ap
ply nt eight o'clock Monday morning
rondrfor work with references.
4''I Hennlson Bros.
WANTED A woman to do ohnmber-worK ;
alionct as nluht wnltcr : good watrca pnld.
Call at once. 113 Norjh Ninth Bt. < TO
" \S7"ANTED Ilnlf grown nurBo cirl to care for
V > two smnil chlldron. Mm. Itnmmond ,
401 North 16th , Egtabrook block , ! ) d floor ,
WANTED At once , 13 experienced pnnt
makers on stoou work , ( lood prices will
bo paid. Qco. Btllcs , luh aud Lcuvouworth.
| E71 8
"VV ANTED Dining room pirl , Eiuiuot houso.
W 'AN'IED A good girl for general house
work In smull family. 171s Dodge st.
WANTED Good girls for housework. Cull
nt .Mien Kuto Kennedy's omnloymont
QlBce , 21'J N 10th. OH 6
ANTED-no good girls for nil kinds of
work. Host of WIIKCS. Cull Omnha Em
ployment Bureau , 110 North 10th Bt. , Crounso
VSf ANTKD A orood. girl for general house-
IT work. E. F. Ecavcr , 523 Virginia nvo.
W 'AXTRD Dlnlnff room girl nt JIIIlor' ros-
tnurnnt , loot N Idth 8t. SVS
WASTED Laundry nnd kitchen girt Apply
to M. J , I'rnnclc , Merchants Hotel kitchen.
W "ANTED-A girl at 2718 Leavcnworth.SS4
WrANTKD A girl for Boncrnl housework at
11)17 ) Cnsa st. KU
ll'ANTKD AdlsliwiiBher nnd snonnd cook , at
V > Millor'B Itostaurnnt , 1001 N. 16th st.
Qlrl to workin kitchen nt Dornn
house 12S south IStli Bt. uear St. Mary
WANTED A ijood colored girl , must bo
competent. None other need npply ,
Wages 1. lir.'t N. SL'd street. 196-7
WANTUD-Lndy canvassers everywhere for
the Vnn-ordon Long Wnlst Corgot. Good
pay. Circulars free. Address Charlcg Frlnglo ,
general agentOmaha , Neb. IKS B
ANTED Good girl for uenonxl homework ,
must bo uoat and a good plulu cook. U15
Jones street 815
WANTED-Glrls , Occidental hotel.
VyANTKD Chambermaid at 913 Douglnn.
\\TANTEO 80 ladles * gents to le-\rn elo-
T grnphy. Prospect good for position when
competent ; address W. J. D. , Itooml , Crouna
blk.Omnha. | I3U
" \\7 ANTI5D Good cook , wnshor and Ironer ,
TT can get stoudy work by cnlllug on Mrs.
Frank 11 Mooros , Idlh bet Jaokson and Leiivun-
worth , east Bide. a.U
WANTED-OIrl for light houseworlt who
knows how to cook ; good pay to right
one. Call nt 1701 Suunilors st. KU
\VANTED Good cook and Laundress , 3X ! N.
I > Ibth et , r.83
WANTED Lady stenographer. I'ermunent
position. Machine furnished Ifdo-iliud ,
Accuracy und proper punctuation preferred to
epanl. Must have some knowledge of figures
and wrlto good , plain hand. No simpering misrt
with hew ! full of "society" desired. Must glvo
undivided attention to bushiest ) . Address ,
giving ago , residence and reference , F U' ' . Due
\7 ANTED tSpcrfimcccl aFossinak'of7Ti5tfS :
i V faction cuaruntood , wauti sewing In
private family. U , liCJ 1'arnam 315
WANTED An expert stenographer and
tj powrltor operator , who owns B No. 2
Itomlngton typewriter , deslrvs oinnloymnnt.
Call on or address C. Hansom , "UiSoutuTwoiity-
sovcnth Btrcut , Omaha. 411 G *
ANTED Situation by lady Rtonogrupher
and typo writer , with machlnn ; llrst-
class recommendations. Address F M , Boo
olBce. Bfl3l ( *
- as book-keeper : have
taught hook-krt'plng nnd have Commer
cial collegu dlDlomn , beet of rufurononn. Ad
dress ! ' K , Bee olHco. 313 7 *
\VANTED-By a lidy , situation as IIOUBO-
> T keeper , euro of furnished rooma , or any
position of trust whorosho cnn have daughter
of fourteen with her. Address F54 , Boo olllco.
- by young man2 : years
WANTED-Pltuntlon FUlpplnif ulork. Can
give good bonds. Address I'M Ilco ottlco , 30:1 : II *
- as f.tonog7aphor ; can
WANTED-Situatlon . Best ot references.
Address F3 < , Bee olllco , 1586 *
" \17ANTKD-Sludimts In Munaon's short hnml
It by mall and nnilly oveningD. by oxporl-
onccilNtonographnr. Particular attention given
to dictation work. Thoroughly practical ,
rapid and easiest learned. Address F Wl , Ilco
oiricc. 4306 *
\17ANTED-Per ons to bo Inntrurled In grnm-
Vt mar. J. W. bhurti , 1010 or 1017 Howard
street. 4IBO *
"TVANTUH-To rent toro In llvo country
> V town. Address with full purtloulurs , 0.
A. Swanbou , IKUWubaeb A cnuo , Chicago. III.
4'i ? 0 *
' - desires room of mod
erate size , well furnished. Address with
terms V ' 3. Ilco ofnce. 431 ft *
ANTKn-To rent n 10 room house within
10 blocks of the poitoNlco. Will pay ( .IS
to SAO.droi,8 W. Lou. 1418 HowariL
Uy two Kontleuiou. board In
WANTED family where there are no other
boarders. " Address PM Boo. K15 1
\NTL'D To rout two coltait or on *
W iKiiise sulttblo for . wo iinnlJ faiml-
lie * . N or W of pouo'.llc * . jDnlmao 4 Pltrc f
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