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THE OMAHA DAILY BEKi TJIIWSDAY. JULY 0. 1893.
A DVKHTISKMRNTS FOR T11KSK OOMTMN3
Jvwlll l > o tnken until : : ( ) ) , m. tor thn rrenlmt
nml until tiup. ) m. for llio inornlnir nnd Snml.iy
Ailvortli'orH , l > y rnitiMllne a nnmborod
rnn Imvo tlii-lr mmwprn nl < lrcs f < l to n mi
] pttrrncnn ! otTiiK nicK. Answers BO
i delivered upon proitontiitloii of Ilin cliock.
, WANTKl ) . WOIIK OK ANY KIND IIV MAR-
krlnlinan ; ulnlo waijen. 712 S. IHlli , bawim-nt.
A -SITUATION WANTED A3 OLKKK Oil HOOK-
ki 'iH'fj 1 W yearn uxpurlonvo In goncra ! more.
AUclrt'HH K Ha Jleo. H..H 7 *
TIMOR. 1 We a wonl tlrsl Innortlon , lea word there *
ttor. Nothing l.ikcji for lens than line.
B. rnilPHincn , phnnnnclMH. dorks of nil
klnkn , mala or frmaln , out uf employment In
lown , N'lira k.i or Wyoming to hontl tm their
liamr-H nnil mMrcnn. Wo pm ho of wrvlco to yon
Jn nlilhie you to nocnro poMtloiw. Wustern Husl'
noun Agi-ncy , am N. Y. Llfo lllilg. aia Iy20
BSALKSMAN. DO YOlTwANT TO I1KCOMK
n llrHt-uliiHi ) HnlcHtnan , with vhanpo of bwomlne
n collector , ami work for thn Slnircr Mfit. Co. ? If
no , npiily at n .1. m. Blmrp , Ifill ) PoiidtiH , M7HU IB
B-SALKSMAN , A 1,1 VR. AOTIVK 5ALK3MAN
ran lim : > a Hlniuly position with ailrnncPincnt
nrcunllng lo mi-Tit , In a vrry popular hiiHlnrai.
Call Ix-t. H nml II a. m. lli'JB Vlntoti. M7MM IB
B -WANTKl ) , MKN IN EVKIIV COUNTY TO IMS-
IrlbWn ulrcnlarH for blu mlvortlBurs. $ : i.oi ) pi-r
Ihoim.tiul naltl. Send Htanili. WllwJn Company ,
box , InillanapollH , Ind. MB03 1U *
TIK YOU WANT A OOOD PA VINO JOI1 WU1TK
J Jlhu IlawkH Nursery Co. , Milwaukee , Win.
MH07 a 3 *
B-OKNTM'.MKN OP HOOD CIIAIIACTKK TO
rt'pn'Hi'nt our IniKlnoHS , InHiiranco men pro-
lomsll 117 Hiii Inillillnif. M837
B-WA NTKD , A 1ILACKSMITH TO OO TO M.X
Ico. MitFtt iH'Hobor anil Industrious ami compel-
trnit to ilo holler work nnil pliu | lUtlnit , Omaha &
Or.inl Smi'lllim Co. But ) 7
IJ-WANTKI ) , TWO FIH9T-OLASS COAT MAK-
J'prH at once , Hlonily work and BOOU pay. N.
KlllHon , Frumonl , Nub. MB05 0'
f > WANTED , OKNEIIAL AGENTS SKLT.INO
Jinv artloli-H lodpnlorH ! r.xcliiHlvn territory ; no
compi-lltUm ; no capital n-qulrutlj ' . ' 00 to : IOO jier
rent prollt. Columbia Chomluul Company , 'l')7 )
, 111. MbOl 0-
B-I1AKK11S , I WANT 11RKAD MAKERS IM-
nuilliituly : lilKhest waci-H In city : call buforo
noon. Win. lender , lath and MaBOn streets.
B WANTKl ) , LABORERS ON RAILROAD COMpany -
pany work In Iowa ; ifooil WIIRI-HI frco PHHH.
Kramer & O'Hrarn Labor Anuiicy , ; ) ( ) ' , ! South llth
ntroot. M874 U
-WANTED AT ONCE. LADY OKOENTI.KMAN
to travel : wilnry and oxponsux ; no vanvaHHhiK.
Call Hotel Merci-r. Miss M. Vcrnon. M87JI 11 *
WANTED FEMALK HELP.
RaloH. IHc a word first Insertion , lo awordtlicrc-
nfler Nothhig taken for leHH than'23c ,
C-WANTKl ) , A COMl'KTKNT GIRL ;
irooil cook ami lanmlri'HH. llcatof wageu. Mrs.
John M. Tlinrtilon , a-lOS Faniiim. 8II ) 7
/I-WANTKl ) , LADIES TO WlllTK AT HO.MK.
vJKncltmo Htampuil envelope. Klla Worst. Si-c. ,
Honth Iloml , liul. 1311
WANTKl ) . LADIES OK YOUNG JIKN TO
likn : light , pluanmil work at lliulr own liomi" ) ;
51.00 to * : i.0l ( per day can bu fiiiletly nnulc ; work
Hlnt Ijy mall : no ( invahslnir. For pnrllcnlarH ail-
ilrcHS tllobn Mfg. Co. , llox DS31 , IJoHtoii. Jlusn. Ks-
tabllMheil ISMI. Milli ! jy 111'
WANTKD AT NO. 1010 SllKKMAN
'avomii' . Jlrs. J. M. ConnHinan. M714 7 *
G-WANTED OIllTj TO DO OKNKRAI , HOUSE
work , middloaeed lady preferred , AddreHH box
17:1 : , Maivoni , la. 11117 f > %
C1-WANTKU , LADIES TO WHITE AT IIOMK.
'KncloHu Hl.imiM.Hl cnvolopo. Verna Lanctloii ,
Bonlli Iloml , Ind. JIII77 Jy'J'J'
-WANTKD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ; WE
will pay yon $3.00 to $ li)0 ! ( ) per week to ilo
fltrlclly liomi ) work for in * at your IIOIDCH ; no can-
vaMHlnir. Sum ! Kulf-aililrosHoil onvcilopo. G. F.
KmmonH Si Co. , Bnlturymuroh anil Water HtrcuU ,
ItOHton , MiHa. : M75U li *
-OIHL FOll OKNEIIAL HOUSEWOIIK. W. P.
Stoctzol , lU'Jl S. ytlth , botwoun 1'oppluton and
Woolworlli avo. 80a
C LADIKS OP GOOD AUD11KSS TO INTHODtlCE
onrliiislni-Hsanioiifr frii-nila. * 7"i.OO lo $100.00
xalary lo i Uht iiartloHi 417 Dee bulhllne. MSiO :
rWANTKl \ ) , GIHL FOR GENEUAL HOUSE-
V work : umall family. 18i3 ! Corby'Btrcct.
' M871 0'
rt-OIKT.AVANTEDVOIl IIOUSEWOUK AT 1400
-LAD'Y : STATK EXPERI-
envu and Hillary wanted , AddruuH CommlHHlon ,
II , Deo. M871) 7'
/-1-WANTKD. KNEUOKTIO LADY AGENTS IN
V-'evt'ry locality. Old eHtabllHhiHl IIOUBP UimliicHa
lilearuuit and prolltublo. Klneery life. Co. , Clneln-
nall , O. ' JISl''J li-
-PUPILS WILT. HE RECEIVED DURING JULY
and AnmiHt at Madam Corl 'tt'H Laillen' Tailor
DroHnmaklnK uolk'Riii KlrlH will bo fnrnlHhcd ponl-
tloiiB when competent. G01 llrown block , lllth
nnd DonjrliiH. MrtilU lg
FOR BENT HOUSES.
RatoH , Idea line well iiiHortlon , $ l.ua ( ) line per
niorilh. Nothlntr taken for lesn than ' . ' "e.
v-5- : ol SOUTIl ri7TH ST.
KIH 1) ) '
D - ' RENT , HOUSES IN ALL 1'ARTS OP
; the city. The O. ! ' . UavlH company , 10U J Furnam.
D , -IO-ROOM MODERN HOUSE , OOOD r.OCA-
; tlon ; rent moderate. L. S. Skinner , 101-1 Furnam.
D -7-ROOM liotlSK. EAST FRONT , ALL MOD-
cni ; , * 'J5.00 , I'lilelity Trust Co. , 170'J Farnam.
D -JlAND-l-ROOM APARTMENTS , VON DORN
block , with BtuamireferenCearefiulrediaiUS'J'Jd.
-a UCOMS CIIBAI * . CU8N 1KTHRT.
KENT C1IEA1A GOOD I1AKN , IN-
_ /qnli-o on prcmlhuH , ft 1-1 North -"Jil Btrci't. Also
Iwo nice hiix't'ii-room cottairiH , gupd yanl , Hliado
tni > H , very nuar lo cable or motor : $ 3,00 and
Fa7.OO pacli. / . Mill ! )
D-4MIOOM HOUSE. MODIIHN , CONVKNIENT
for bimlncsH or wliolvaalo men. Apply 1112
Bonlli 10th Hlroi-t. 41'.1
-7-llOOM C-'OITAGKTO KENT , CONVENIENT [
for U. 1' . railroad men. Inquire 111'S. . 10th it.
-FINK 7-UOOM KLAT , OOMl'LKTKLV FUH-
nlMln.'il with tlrht rla H fiiTnllnrn nearly now ' ,
tail , or unfimilHln.il * 'J7. Call at Htoni , 701 South
10th Hlroi'l.ai 11) ) n. in. Guoixu Cloimor. fi ll
D , -KOH KENT , 10-UOOM HOUSE. CAItl'ETS ,
nil raiixo ; $10 00 mo. O'Jl Furnam SI.
D-FOU RENT. NO. iil'J N. 17TH , 14 ROOMS ,
l\vo lloorn furiilhheil , near iinw poHtolllco
tltu. SeoGeo. J , Fox , 1'JIS Harnoy blri'i-l.
M87Q Jy 27
FOR RENT. VI.KASANT FURNISHED !
liinibf. for binnnirr , lit low ivnt. to ihwlralilu
tunant. Thi'O , L. Hint-wait , ' 'O'.Ti St. Maryb nvo.
FOR ilENT , EIOHT-ROOM HOUSE , MODern I -
ern ImpravrmenlH , In Unit china condition ; food
localloit : iM : ) llurl St. M7U8 7 *
rJKOR RENT. HOUSE 0 ROOMS , 11-07 IXA11D
Htrcrt. hill U *
-NEW I-ROOM CO'ITAOE.CELLAR.CISTERN ,
city water , yanl Hixldcd , eor. : iOlh and S.ililiT
Us. , only sr'.I.Mi. Iminlni laiHFarnani , 7118.1
D. I'-UHNISHKO HOUSi : WITH LAHGK L.\WN
ami irni'H. to ii'itl for July , AnuiiHt ami Supu-m-
K > r , lloinn for tuiiulH court , K l0 , line , MSIIJ H
ll-KOOM HOUSE. ALL MODKIIN CONVKN-
U'lK-cH. Inqnlni HUH DtHlKu. 1)1)3 ) Jy I
- K01UIKNT , HANDSOJIK 10 HOO.M IIOUSK
IT.'l Doilirn. cheap , nil moilcni lmpixivi > mi > nlH.
Inqtllru lills Farnam. 855 7
-IMIOOM COTTAGK , 'Mil CALIFOUNIA
Kniinlro ni'xl iloor , MH70 u >
KENT FURNISHED KOOM8
HatoH , l uoawoiil llrst ln i > rtloii , Ion word tliuru-
sflor. Nolhlii lakcn fiir IUHU than -5c.
E Nin-r.Y : FUKN"ISUKIJ "SOUTH IIOOM. euoa
llarncy , I"
! ? - I-'I.'KNISIIKI ) HOOM WlTlf Al.COVK FOB
J > iiiiti.Iiuunlino ! < lcriicoiivciiluiii.'cii , ; < ' . ' 0 North'.Mil.
-NIOK SOUTH 110QM W1TH ALL JIOUEHN
cifnvunioiicco. ufas , vstii t. 7u ;
"I'iTiiNisiiKU iioo > is FOR OKNTLEMEN ,
ilo N. IDtll. M700 8'
E-2K1SKLV FIIUNISHKU SOUTIl UOOMS IN
' modern brick : uUo 'J fnrnUhiHl fo:1 : llvhl lionuo-
to'-plnir. " 00 j llnrl htix-ct. M77U 7'
- FIMINISIIKI ) UOOMS FOH FOUU Oil FIVE
1-ciillcinc-ii , Lance lawn anil trvcs. 1C at ) , lk < v.
E -PLEASANT , WILL : FURNISHED HOOMS
with all modern oonvonUtncvg , 115 So. ' 'Dili bt.
tleinou ouly , 1510 Howard street. 700 jytl
ONB OR TWO FURNISIIKI ) ROOMS U.
prlrate family .I'lcatuntly lix'JileiS near llttincou
J j > ifl < ; wiiliorw'lliiburuoiril , K 01 , lliio. (30 (
Ir E-NIOKLY FURNISH KD "OR
\ hout board. Call at BI07 lk > urlu nt. I'J
E-VlYO yUUNISUBI ) UK UNXIIRNlSllKt
rtoan forreJit. luqulr * 11UI Vkrt v inia.
FOR RENT FUItWIBHEP ROOMS
1,1-FUIlNMHKD IIOOM3 AND IIOAItn. 310,1
J- Dong I.in Ht , H30 7 *
FUHNI3HED ROOMtTAND BOARD.
Hales. IKc a wonl first Innnrtlon , Inn wonl lliero-
afler. Kotlilnr l.tken for le. s than 8flc.
P-THK 1 > OLAN , i0a ! AND 211 N. 18TH ST.
I ? 410
T.--YOUNO WOMEN'S HOME. IJNDKIl CAIIK OK
1. Woman's Christian assoclallon , 111 S. ITtlist.
ROOMS WITH HOARD AT 1117 S. 17TIL
ir-FlRST ' AND SECOND FI/JOR ROOMS. WITH
JL'aleovr- , furnished or tinftimlshoil , lit Tin ) Fii-n.
lor. 111) ) N , Will Htrw'l. M70U 7
17-HOMB TAnLE RATF.3 , MODERATE , 1024
JL1 Famani Mreot. 37 Jy 2(1 ( *
ii'- ' NICELY FtlllNISHKI ) 11OOM3 AND 11OAHD '
at the Webster. OKI anil 18 N. llllli Ht. 727 7"
17-NICELY FURNISHED .SOUTHEAST KRONT
-i. room with alcove and bay window , modern con
veniences , prlvato family ; board , tt'1'2 South mnh
street. MH7C1 7'
FOR RENT tNgURNI8H'D | ROOMS
Union , ! ! < < . a word llrHllimortlon , le.-i wonl there-
After. Notlilnif t.iken for lost than ' . ' . "c.
linprovcincntH , be.inilfnl lawn ami
Bhailo. N. E. cor. 'J'Jil anil Miami Htruots. M7.M )
G-FOR KENT , 4 NICK UNKUUNISHEl ) UOOMS
stiltahlofm'hoiiHnkuuplmr , city water , BI , etc.
Low rent. Northwest corner 17th ami Webster
directs , fill ! )
G .1.4 ANUfiUNPUllNISIIKU UOOMS. Hill ! SO.
17th , bclwoe.li Jackson ami Luavuiiworth ,
FOR RENT STORES AND
RaU-H , ino a line 'each Itmertlon. $ l.r , ( ) n line per
month , Nothlnir taken for lesn than B * > c.
, r.j. .w. i.nn , , . , . ON S. lath ST. . LANGK
I block , Rtiltablu for moat market , hardware or
dry goods storo. Inquire ( IDil S. l.'ttli at. 4. > 1
T-FOIl KENT , THE 4-STOIIY 1I1UC1C IIUILDINH ,
1)10 ) Farnam nt. Tim bnllilhi ? has a llrcproof , civ
mcnt basement , comploti ! steam heatlnif tlxtnniH ,
water on all Ihu floors , gas , etc. Apply at the oftlco
1 FOU KENT , CHOICEST SECOND FLOOR 11USI-
n ' s corner In Omaha Glebe building , lllth nnil
Dodiro. Glebe Loan & Trust Co. 4.VJ
1-OFFICES KN SUITE OU SINOLK. WITH Oil
J without ilroproof vaullHi cheap. Wllhnell blk.
Hates , lOc a line each Insertion. $ t."l ) a line l > or
mouth. NolhlnK taken for less than 'J.tc ,
T-AOKNTS EITHER SEX WANTED TO SELL
t our now kettlu cleaner , bread nnd cake Unlvo.s
and other now artlclen. K.isy HolloM , bltf protltB ,
terniB easy. Claims Shear Co. , Kansas City , Mo.
MillO lyl *
WANTED TO RENT.
Rales , lUc a wonl first innertlon , le a wonl thero-
after. Nothing taken for leHS than l ! " > u.
for light hoimekeeplng , ono front , for lady and
daughter , near car line. Address K lJ ! , Ilee.
-GENTLEMAN DESIRES FURNISHED ROOM
with breakfast : prefers accommodations with
private family ; referencoH given If reiiueHtinl. L 1
. RENTAL AGENCIES.
Rates , Iflca Him each Insertion , $1. HO a line per
month , Nothing taken tar le.s.s than 'J. > c.
L -BERRY i CO. , , RENTS ; 717 N. Y. LIFK
RatnSj 1 no n line each Insertion , $ l.r > r a line per
month. Nothing taken for less than 'J.'e.
iUshlpphn , ' of pianos anil fnrnlinru ; 'Htorelionsu
1114 Douglas , ( iincuinou DoUjro. Omaha Van anil
KxpresuCo. Tol. 1501) . M. liuklni. Mf'r. 7U''JyO'
-STOUAGK.WILLLVMS A.CHOS3lil ! 1HA11NEY
M-STOUAOE KOll HOUSEHOLD GOODS :
clean and cheap rates. U. Wulls , 1111 Farnam.
WANTED TO BUY.
Rates , IWc a wonl llrst Insorllon , loa word there-
after. Nothing taken for less than 'J5c.
FOll FUIlNITtJRE HOUSEHOLD
goods , etc. , or will Bell for owner In our auction
sales. R. Wells , 1111 Farnam. 451
AT-W'ANTED. SECOND HAND ROLLER TOP
J-Vlesk , one Htandlng desk and ono surveyor's
level and target. D. G. Doane , 111 Chamber of
Commerce : ! 7l :
Vf-LUMIlER YARD. DOINROOOD IIUSINESS IN
-L n good town In eastern Nebraska. Rrown V
Dolton , 112 South lath St. , Lincoln , Neb. MSir 18 *
FOR SALE HORSES , WAGONS , ETC
' HatcH , lOc a line each Insertion , $1.50 a line pur
month. Nothing taken for less than -3e.
P-FOR SALE , 1IAROAINS IN SECOND HAND
J buggies ; B phaetons , hand made ; a open bng-
Bles ; a top biigglos. Drummond & Co. , S. IKth and
Harney. 7118 0
P-FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-I HAVE A OOOD
Jump-seat Hurry and will sell cheap , or trailu
It for a driving ) ior.so. Apply to llrown's barn ,
Both und Miami Sts. MS1B 8 *
TGOOD HOUSE , WEIGHT 1,000. WITH HAH-
J ne s anil top binary. Iminlrn between "i anil 0
al Courtney Si Co. , 'JSth anil Davenp jrt. MS73 U *
p-TWO Sl'AN YOUNG , SOUND MAKES. HAU-
J ness and wagon for salo. Williams A : Mlttan ,
room : ii : > McCairnu bhli ; . , op. po.stolllcu , MHUH lla
FOB SALE MISOELLANBOXJS.
Hates. IWca wonl llrat insertion , Icawonltliuro-
afler. Nothing taken for less than ' * . ' 3c.
- NO. 1 Sl'UING FHAMK UAMnLKIl 11ICYOLK ,
cushion llro , nearly now. Very cheap. Ail-
ilress K U , lloo. MIl.'iO Jy 'Jl
-TO SELL A OOOD 1'AYINO STOCK OF
lianlwuru , will Invoice about $1.01)0.00 ) , In a
Kooil town of 1,000 Inhabitants In northeastern Ne
braska. GoodroaNOim for selling. AUdrcHx 1C 41 ,
llyo olllco. M7U1 7-
-1'UO I'Ul'l'lKS UOOM
, 80 , llAItKKH HLOCIC.
M70U Jyil :
Q-CHEAP. MILLKK STUEBT Sl'HINICLKH ,
nearly new. 0.1' . IJlngcs , Lincoln , Nun.M780
M780 0 *
-FOR SALE , THE PRETTIEST SHETLAND
IHIII.V In Nebraska ; broke to ride and drive ; coal ,
black , Btylluh , gentle and Hplrlted , Can ho seen at
' "JndandN BtreulH , South Omaha , or win drive to
your rcaldenco on command. J , M , T , , car Hoe ,
Q -FOR SALE , SAFETY HICVCLE , CUSHION )
Urn , diamond frame , ball bearing , nearly jiew.
UalL-H , lOoallnriflaeh liiHorllon , ifl.ftO a line per
inonlh , Nothing taken for luHtt than ' . ' .Jc ,
S l-yntS.NANNlKV , WAllUKNbLAIllVOYANT ,
rollablo biislneitrtmedliinr Olh your ul 111) ) N.HIth
S-MliS. 1)11. M. LEGHAVE , UKAP TIIANCK
clairvoyant nnil llfo readers lells your llfo from
cradle lo gr.ivn ; pholo of your fntnro wlfo or Ims
band with Initials of nnmii Henl Ihrotigh mall : llfo
chart i..OU ] Egyptian breast plato lo tinlto the
I Hiiparatwl ami caimu marring" wild ono you lovo.
j omen nnil rosldonco 417 Sonlh Klovenih strcot ,
near Howard Htruol , l-ullora conlalnlng 4 cunts In
promptly answered , M8U112 *
MASSAGE , BATHS , ETC.
Rates , IKc a wonl llrst Insertion , lo n wonl
thereafter , "Nothing taken for less tiia'n ' 'Jo.
'I' MADAMK.SMITH , ft)2 ! ) S , KITH , LrNI ) FI.OOU ,
X lloom : i. Massauo , vapor , alcohol , lcain , iilplinr-
, Inoaiut sea baths. 1117111-8 *
fV-Ji | > lK.OAHSON , lliil DOUGLAS STUKKT , 3D ; )
x floor , i\jom 7 , niabHago , alcohol , sulphur mid Mill
qv-MMK. MACK OF CHICAnO GIVES 1IAT1IS ,
Lpiagnollc , mnshairu Iroiumunt. 11U North l&th
St. , becond floor , room 1 , HSU 1 !
lUles.lKoanunl llrst Inwrllon , loa wonlIhoro-
; ier , Nullilnir laUcn for lots than ' . ' 5u.
-WHITE FOU A KUKK COPY OF OUK IIKAU-
tlfully Illnstraled Malrlmonlal Joitrnal , con-
tnlnlnir mnny pholo-oinravliigH of hawUomo
women nnd gtillaut limn who wish to wed. llrown
I'ublUhlny Co. , Tcmplo vonrl , Tulodu , U. M711-31
U -HIT THIS OUT ANlfl'UKSENTATCOWAN'S
Pholo Studio'r.l : CumhiirBi. , and yon will bo
cntlllcU to IU Arlnto Cabinet I'hotott , very IKIHI , on
tilt odgud canls , unit oim Sxlo for framing , for
il.UUi without Jlils , * 3.0U ; for 10 d - - - ' -
U- WRITE FOll FREE COPY OF OUR I1EAU-
llfully llltiBtrated murrluro Journal , llrown
Pub , Co , . Tolodo. O. M80D u5
"WANTED , LOAN oiFw.ooo iuTFOR a YEARS
- 8 per cent , security on Iiiiiirovuil Block ranch III
S. D.i irood rcfurvnvea , Addrubs K OB , Hon. J.1SU4 I 0' '
ABSTRACTS Og TITL 8
lUle , 10o u Ilnu each lilttortlou , 11.50 a line IKJI
month , Nothing takun for le than B3e
V A"1'STRAO'S-THE Ml'DlAmi GUARANTEfi
' .nnd Truit company , abatrauix , conveyancer *
TlUen i > froel < > d and guaranlood. Own the only
Ouiuplridnbitracl books In DougUa County , Ra
moved to PJOm 310 N w York Ufa bulldluy , 401)
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
IlalcA , 10cn Una ench Insertion , * l.no a line per
month. Nothing taken for less than 2. > c.
\v T-l ANDB YEAR T/ANS ON CITY AND KARM
Ruod.VSclbya4l llo.ird ofTrado.
\V-IXANSON ) IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
' cItyirotHrty.l.OOOnnfl : tipxvanls , B to n < per
cent ; no delays.V. . Famam Smltli ACe , 1320 Faninm
\\r-LOWEST RATES , FIDELITY TRUST COMpany -
' ' pany , 1701 ! Faniam slroot. 403
\\r-WANTKDATONCK LOANSON IMP ROVED
' Omaha properly : Jew rates. Fidelity Trust
company , 170'J Fam.iin street. 4ili !
\ , TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES
' ' Thn O. F. D.ivlH Co. , 1503 Farn.im Rlrurt , 401)
A tONEYTOLOAN AT LOWEST RATES ON
Improved ami nnlinproved real cstalo , Ilo3
yearn. < Fidelity Tnist Co. , 170'J Fiirnam. 4U'J
v\ T FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS ;
vV low rates. Alex Moore , 401 lleo bldg , 474 1
\V -LOANS , j. w. SQUIRES , 213 HEE.ULDO. [
TV ANTHONY LOAN AND TRUST CO. , 318 N. Y.
' Life , lends at low ralos foroholeo security on
Nebraska and Iowa farms or Omaha city property.
\v CENTRAL LOAN A TRUST CO. , I1EKBLDCJ.
W WANTED , TO BUY 8 PER CENT NOTES SE-
cnrcd by mortgages Omaha city or Douglas Co.
properly. Reed & Sulby , 333 Hoard of Trade
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
llatrs , lOoa line each Insertion , * I.BO a line per
month. Nothing taken for less than ! ! 3o.
V-CALL AT THE OFFICE OK
: OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.
'I'F YOU' Vv ANT' MONK Y , '
You can borrow on
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND PIAN03 ,
HORSES. WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS , MERCHANDISE ,
OR ANY OTHER SECURITY.
Wu will lend yon any amount
from $10.00 to $ lll)0.)0. ) ) ( )
ON THE DAY YOU ASK FOR IT
without publicity or removal of property.
Ton can pay thn money back In any amount you
wish , and at any time , and each payment so mavlo
will reduce thn cost of the loan.
Remember that you Move the itso of both the
property and the. money , nnd pay for It ouly as long
usyou keep It.
Thcro will bo no expense or chargn kept out of
the amount wauled , but you will recclvo the full
amount of the loan ,
Ilefore borrowing olsowhcro call and BOO us and
you will find It greally to your advantage.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. ,
30U SOUTH 1I1TH STREET ,
first floor above the sln > ct.
THE OLDEST. LARGEST AND ONLY INCORPOR
ATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
X DO YOU WANT MONEY ?
THE FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO. ,
ROOM 4 W1THNELL I1LOCK ,
310)j ) SOUTH 15T1I , CORNER HARNEY ST.
WILL \ LOAN \ YOU \ ANY
SUM \ LARGE \ OR \ SMALL '
FROM \ TEN \DOLLARS\ \ \ UP.
WE MAKE LOANS ON FURNITURE , HORSES
CARRIAGES. WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS OR PER
SONAL PROPERTY OF ANY KIND
YOU / WILL / :
/ /I /
OUR TF.RMS WILL' MERIT YOUR APPROVAL.
Yon can pay the money back at any time and In
any amount yon wish , and thus reduce the cost of
carrying the loan In proportion to amount you pay.
IF YOU ewe a balance on your furniture or other
personal property of any kind wo will pay It olt for
yon nnd earn * It as long as yon desire.
YOU CAN HAVE YOUR MONEY IN ONE HOUR
FROM THE TIME YOU MAKE APPLICATION.
No publicity or removal of properly , so that you
got the use of both money and property. 470
WILL LOAN MONEY ON ANY KIND OF SE-
cnrlty ; slrlctly conlldentlul. A. E. Harris , room
1 Continental block 478
Rates , lOcn linn c ch Insertion , $1.30 a line per
month. Nothing taken for less lhan B5c.
xr irujK mE vTLKs- sTD wTvTIirmucTrTo
J- exchange for cash. William J. Welshans , 411
Karbach block. M948JylB
DO YOU WANT TO BUY , SELL OR EXchange -
change a business , real cstoto or lands ? Do
you want additional capital In your business ! If
no see us , we can help yon. Call or wrlto for our
bulletin. Olllcc.s In all , principal eltles. _ Western
Uuslness Agency , IJIO'N. 'Y/Llfb itldgr 348 Jy'-'O
\7--FOR RENT , A SMALL WATER MILL. AD-
i dn ss box .13 , Lincoln , Nob. 5B1
-y FOR SALE , 11AR11ER SHOP AND HATH
X room , loc.itod to thu business part of city and
exi-i'llent business. For particulars address , K 37 ,
Ueu. 004 30 *
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR IMPROVED
farm property , a tlrst-nlass bnttor and cheese
factory , capacity 10,000 pounds per day. In ono of
thu best valleysInNebraska ; original cost , $7BDO.-
00 ; present owners htivo other business. Address
K 03 , Ilee. MS 17 11
V-WANTED TO HUY HALF OR ALL OF MEAT
L market In some good lown , Address with par
ticulars , llox ays , Ashland , Neb. M838 8-
V FOR SALE , LAUNDRY PLANT AT LESS
JL than half prlcc.and brickbulldlngBBx 020Hr |
mo. Inqnlrp 1318 Farnam. 830 7
r-REMNANTS OF A DRUG STOCK FOR SALE
-or trade at a great discount. K 07 , Hee.
M8H1) 8 *
Rates , 1 Oca linn each Insertion , $1.50 a lluo per
month. Nothing titken for less Hum B5o.
y-5,000 WORTH OF CLEAR LAND TO EX-
/Jchango for mcrchandlso , BIB McCaguo bldg.
Z-I HAVE $2,300.00 EQUITY IN 100 ACRES
1)0 ) miles from Omaha : also 320 acres In Mis
souri , all clear. Will well or exchange for stock
general merchandise , boots nnd shoes , horses or
caltlo. J. R. , 400 i Lcavcnworth street , Omaha.
TI.JWI11 CLEAN.STOCK . OF GENERAL MDSE.
/-JWI11 take real cstato und money UoxBUS , Frankfort -
fort , Ind. 481
/ I OWN 100 FARMS IN NKHRASKA , KANSAS
A'and Dakota. Will scH'choap or uxchango for
induehorses and cattle. Add.box 70Frankfort , Ind.
ITO EXCHANOE , FOll HOTEL AND FURNI-
* Jture. northern Nebraska land and Omaha prop-
erty. In answering state prlcn and description of
hotel. P. O. box 75 , Nellgh. Nob. M070 0
/ WANTED , HEAVY TEAM OF HORSES FOR
f-iclu'M lot. Nobrasku Hay Co. , 1518 Webster.
HEAUTIFUL MODERN RESIDENCES
AJand barn , on motor line ; best location for bank
stock. inerchandlHO or clear land. What have you )
llox 7UO , Omaha. M781 15
FOR BALE REAL ESTATE ,
Rates , lOo n line each Insertion , $1. ! > 0 a llnu per
month , Nothing taken for less than B5c.
pOR SALE ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS !
A south front cottage. 0 rooms , J1.3SO.OO , ffO foot.
A Honth front cottage , 1 rooms , $1,100.00 , Til ) feel.
A Honth front honso , 0 rooms , fL''iO.Oi ) , 101) ) feet.
A north front cotlago , II rooms , $1 ,100.00 , 50 feet ,
A north front cottage , 4 rooms , $1.000.01) , 5U foul.
A north front honso , II rooms , fl.bOO.OD , fit ) fuot ,
A small llrst payment nnd easy monthly pay
ments. Small clear lola will bo taken In exchange.
Sco N. A , Kuhn , druggist , 15th uud Douglas.
T HAVK B ACRES Ofc' LAND KNOWN AS SAM
-IMartln's farm , South End , thoroughly cnltlvatixl |
with veeelablea ; barn , cbrncrlbs and chicken
houses ; 'JOO chickens , span of horses , harness ,
double wagon , slnglo wngon nnd biiirgy : two miles
from South Omaha On Gllinoro road , Kvtiry-
thing In Kood condition ; will bo sold che | i for
cauh only. Apply on the premises to W , Tulelt.
M : I5 7
A HSTRACTS. THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE
and Trust company , abstractors , ccnvoyancurs.
Titles iwrfected nnd gnarantoud. Own the only
comph'to abstract l > ooka In Douglas county , Removed -
moved to room 310 New York Llfo building , 45 ! ) I
| o FINK LOTS IN IIRHJGS1 1'LAOK AND CASH
for a vacant lot. V. K , Darling , Darker Ulk.
J.18-J5 0 I
1NVKST YOUR MONEY IN LAND AND GET
Wti offer for ntilclc H.HO 10 choice , lllllo plnnta-
lions of tun acres each , at Mlllnnl , only ( too per
iicro. Yon can llvo there and work ortlo busi
ness In Omaha. Itest Ihlnif uver otfwred. C.ill early
If you would Hcciiroonuof thusoolegant pieces lyof
land , any one. of which will produce a living for '
yourself and family , Uoffgti & Hill , 1408 Furnam st.
_ _ _ _ _ suajyju at.O
EQUITY IN GOOD EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE. MOD-
urn , only : i blocks from Farnam earn ; fora
clear lot. F. K. Darling , llarkcr Ulk. MSii 1 0
NKW 4-ROOM COTTAGE. CELLAR , CISTERN
city water , yard sodded , only il'J5U , ; easy TTL
inunts. Iinjnlro 1318 Farnam , 71)0 L
OOMK UARGAINS IN HOUSES AND VACANT
Ulota. F. K. Darling , llarlcur Ulk , Mb''O 0
, , YOR SALK , A GOOD STOCK AND GRAIN FARM
Jof 4U8 acren In Harrison county , Iowa , on very ;
reasonable terms. Addrubs L. 11. Raymond , Mag-
liollu , la. Mtfia Aa
13 UV LOTS IN
ChcaiH. ut and boat lots la
Spnclal jirlco ; and termii to
Sloeiwl Place lou will uiwaya Bd Anco In price ,
for the city muBt grow woalward. Call on or ad-
drcsa W , A , Wcbatur , 40B Uet bldg. M077
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
X'KVKR WAS A nKTTIWriMETO INVEST IN
1 > n > al intiln , and look nlllitB for bargalim In In-
sldo proiwrty. w 1 I
4 lots. 1HinndCenlfrwjijtli ! ! ! Jt,200 each , only
fflPOcach. i 1 ,
1 lot ill Orch.iid Hill , woflli $ l,20f ) . only $70.1. .
1 corner lot on Military , t > Tri.jU ! > t opposite Clifton
Hill , worth $1.200 , only # T
Lot on Marry at. , between ; 31st and 32d , vrorlh
fn.ooo. oulv $1,1)1)0. ) " " "
' - ' - " - - - - - - - - -
Finest lot In Crelghlon THolglila , worlli
only $773 , n.-
a lou In Lincoln Place , worth $1,200 each , only
$1)00 ) for both. ;
: lots , LaFayolto plfl i , Walnut Hill , worth
f'J.SOO-OO each , for $1,000.01) ) each.
Avond.ilo park , Inside TWO mlle line , Wcbilcr
Bireel loin , \vllh paving , cm-bins , mono Blilow.ilk ,
scwcr , parking , oleclrlo light , etc. The lluent In.stdo
residence properly In Iho oily , at Iho lowesl prle3 ,
worlli $2,500.00 i > crlot ; ourprlco only $1,500.00 per
lol , half casn. Hurt Rtnut fronts In Avomlalo I
park : only $1,300.00 per lol. It will p.iy you to In '
Fourteen lols In Roes pmco , on Georgia and
Virginia avenues , belweon Mason and 1'acllle. For
cash we nro offering this property at 50e on llio
dollar. For a home there la nothing finer : as an In
vestment It Is limMsslblo to llnil anything buttor.
Always a pleasure to show any or all of this prop
FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY , 1703 Farnam.
' HE REST
Yon can liavo Is a lot well located , with perfect
title , bought on easy paymentn at lln
REAL VALUE. 1
Our $40(1 ( lots meet all these requirements , nnd
that In why people are buying them , Think of
this. Conm and HIM ! thn property and you will at
once imderHland why It Hells and why It Is Iho best
and safest Investment you can have.
$400 LOTS. |
Sco them and yon will buy
You can liavo Is a lol well localed , with imrfcct
title , bought on easy payments at ItH
Our $100 lots meet all these requirements and
that"ls why | > nplii are buying _ . . tdern. . Think _ _ _ . _ of . I
- " * '
- - - - - -
this. Come and see the property and you will un
derstand why It Bells and why it Is thu boat and
uafcst Investment you can have.
See them and you will buy. |
1507 Farnam ,
A CHANCE TO INVEST YOUR SAVINGS. EAST
front lot Lowe avenno ( Poppleton park ) , e.isv
access to motor. Owner going Into business. Will
Hell very cheap for cash. Also lot Hanscom Place.
Dig bargain for cash. Address L. F. , P. O. llox asil.
B AROAINSIN HOUSES , LOTS AND FARMS. J.
N. Frenzer , room 5 , Frenzer block , opp. P. O.
7OR SALE , GOOD H PER CENT IST IORT-
gages , secured on properly with perfect title , In
Hums of $300 and upwards
AMES REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
1507 Farnam Street.
I7OR SALE CHEAP LOT B IIAUKALOW 1'LACE.
1 Call or address I'-'Ol N.'ASth St. 701-7 *
FOR SALE-100 ACUTWOF LAND ' - ' MILES
from Council Illnfls In lota fnim 10 acres up ;
nplcndtdly Blttialeil for graphs. Address 1C 57. lleo
Olllco. q . M78a 8
T7OR ONE WEEK ONLY WILL OFFER THESK
J-beanllfnl residence lots , 50x1:10 : feet , only one
and one-half miles from business center , at Iho
lew price of $100 per lot ; if K ) down , balance $3 PIT
month without Interest , il'havo a few ncris lots left
In Ihirnham Place at the very low price of $ . 1.10 per
ncre and on easy terms ; electric motor runs direct
to thu addition. J , A. Luvgren , 508 Drown block.
FOR SALE. A NEW 4 ROOM COTTAGE , 3llh ) and
Sahler ; cellar , cistern , city water , yard sodded ,
Ac. ; $1B50 on easy payment , Imiulro 131K Far
nam. 837 7
WORLD'S FAIR HOTELS Ss ROOMS
RatesIJn'e a won ) i" t Insertion , le a Word there
aftor. Nothing taken for loss than B3c.
MMIK GRO3VENOR , l'J17 ! SHERIDAN AVENUE !
-L Chicago , a select family hojol , within 0 mlmitus
walk from the prluclii.il ontr.inces ; to the fair.
Oood references. Reasonable r.iti-s. ' ; < Apply to 0.
C. Shinier , Bll Now York Llfo building , Omaha. .
MUI5 Jy HI
OOMS FOR WORLD'S FAIR , VISITOUS !
Hplendldly furnished with ' .ill modern conven
iences ; B blocks from main entrance to fair
grounds ; 1 block from elevated road and Illinois
Central. Star hotel , 0113-45 Star avenue , Chicago.
Ra'tes , IKc a word first Insorllon , le a word
thereafter. Nothing takun for less than B3c.
LOST AT THE FAIR GROUNDS JULY 4TH. A
pair of gold rimmed eye glasuea. Return to this
otllce. 852 5
STRAYED-A SMALL HAY HORfri , WEIGHT
- about 1100 lbn. , white star on forehead , lefthlnd
leg partly white. Return lo Omaha 'Jattress Co. ,
13th and Nicholas at. 8UO 7 *
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
Rates , lOe a line each Insertion , $1 50 a line per
month. Nothing taken for lens than 'J5e.
G , .1810 California street. < J14
1 > IANO TAUGHT. THREE LESSONS FOR $1.00.
Miss Truman , 5BO North UHli street. M810 10'
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
Rates , 1 Oca line each Insertion , $1.50 a line per
month. Nothing taken for less than -Me.
OUNO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN CAN SOON
acquire a working knowledge of shorthand and
typewriting at A. C. Van S.mtM school of uhort-
hand,513N. Y. Llfo , Typewriters to rent. 483
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
Ratoa , lOca'llnoeaeh limerllon , $1.50 a line per
monll . Nolhlng laken for less lhan 25c.
C W. HAKER ( FORMERLY WITH JOHN G.
Jacobs , deceased , Inter with M.O Maul ) , undertaker -
taker und umbahnor , 315 S. 10th at. Tol. (100.
Rates , 10o a line each Insertion , $1.50 a line per
inonlh. Nolhlng taken for less than B5c ,
T SONNENHERO , DIAMOND HROKER , 1303
< J .Douglas si , Loans money on dlamonds.watches ,
etc. Old gold and Bllvcr bought. Tol. 1538. 483
Rates , lOca line each limerllon , $1.50 a line per
month. Nothing taken for leas than B5c ,
1 > Addrusa llordou i Sulleck Co. , Luku at. , Chicago
Rates , lOu a line each Inscrtton , $1.50 a line pur
month. Nothing taken for loss than B5c.
All makes bought , sold , oxchanired , rented , 013
N. Y. Llfo bldg. Tel. 558 481
Till : KUAI/TYl'MAKKICT.
JNHTHU1IENTS plucoU 'bn record July C ,
1803 ; J
WAHIlANTY' i > KEI > d.
Q \V Masson anil wifu to 3 O Ilariianl ,
n IU font lot 1.1 , block 0" 1st uihl to
Houth Omaha 4 Jl.OOO
K K Holmes anil wlfu lo JVilm Joffrloa
ot al , lot 11 , block -t , Carthage 10G
( rollln ) U 6
Same to W II Kyan , lot U , block 13 , *
nuinorulllo ( ) . . . .i ; 6
T O Ktilly anil wlfo to Jlary Costello ,
a ii Iota , lilock 11'JrionUi Unmhii. . , . 1
I Mary Omtollo to Jlary Kelly , HUIIIO. . . 1
| UNllluknumlwIfutiiLu llNlclipHi
o ii ot w 70 fuel lota 1 uU ( ' - > , block 0 ,
llnnsconi I'laco , . . . . , 7,000
A J 1'ouplulun anil wlfu w I'upplotun
1'ark lliilhllnjr association , lot 11) ) ,
block 'J , I'opploton pailj. 000 )
II K llninaiiii anil wlfo".to William
Ktilifalil , lots 1 and 3 block "r , "
Hlilmfil ! ( ,1. 0,000 )
A J Hunt to W 1) ) Vint , Jot B anil w H
lol U , Mock 2 , Van llouron Ilolehts. , 450
K W rinotv anil Imsbnml to Kilwlti
Mtuiror , w lot H. block 120 , Omtilm 24,000 )
1) ) U Junes ot ul to John Kuimuinumi ,
w ii mill w Hot o iisw U4-1U-11 3,000
O A l.t'ury ami wlfo to Thomas ( Joog-
pin , H H of w H lot G , block 'J , 1'nrk
1'laco , , , , 1,200
J J Munell , jr. , ul al , uxocutorn , to Al
fred Clark , lots 17 and Iti , block 13 ,
Central park 1,000
M J Miller ami liusbaml to I'raucls
Doud , lot 10 , block 43 , llciuon 1,000
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS ,
JKSandes ami wlfu to J II Mouliau ,
lot 3U , llarlotn Lane , . , . , . , , 76
II V Couliran , special nm.iter , to Secur
ity Having. * bunk , low -5 and 20 ,
blocTc 4 , Monmoutli park 1,700
Sumo to U I ) Wolle. lou 0 , 7 aud H.
block 10'J , Dundee I'luco 1,600 ,
A A McClannLHii. Hpeclal master , to
M U Sciili , lots 13 aud 14 , Uodfroy'u
Total amount of tramfors , . I 64,183
Denver , Salt Lafco & San Prancisoo Railroad
CAN NEVER FALL INTO OTHER HANDS
U. r. Limbing for .Moro Coil ThrnnM from
C'oxvinnn llyilrnulla Mining to Incrcmo
the ( lolil 1'roiliict Now Dlncovcr-
le nnd Dovclopnionts.
Articles of Incorporation of the Denver ,
Salt Lake ft San Francisco railway , ever
which so many Important mooting * liavo
been hold and so much enthusiasm displayed
played , wore fllod in the otiloo of the secre
tary of state nt Denver.
Some weeks ago , nt a special mooting of
the.Chamber of Commerce called for the
purpose of receiving the report of the rail
way committee appointed to report on the
project and Urnft articles of Incorporation
for the purpose of putting the schema on a
solid footing , articles wore presented which
were at the t'mo ' printed.
The present articles differ In many essen
tial points from these originally presented.
Ono of the most Important points covered by
the present articles was suggested through
objections printed In the San Francisco
papers. The great objection on the part of
San Francisco to entering Into the construc
tion bf the road , body nnd soul , was that
during the past many lines , which wore at
first supposed to bo competing lines of the
Southern Pacllle , had been given California
nld with the undoratandlng .that they wore
nU be competitive lines. Before their com
pletion , and In some cases shortly after their
beginning of construction , they passed into
the hands of thu line they were supposed to
come in competition with , wore completed by
It i , nnd now form a part of thatgroatsyslom.
In view of this the articles are so drawn
up Hint before and after Its completion the
stock of the company shall remain In the
possession nnd ownership of the original
owners through a perpetual trustee elected
by the board of directors , who shall Issue
certificates to these equitably entitled to the
shares of preferred stock. At all meetings
the amount of stock so held shall bo voted
by the trustee designated on nil questions
when so authorized by ton members of the
Doiird of directors.
The object of the trustee In perpetuity is
to do away with all fears of the line over
falling into the hands of its competitor , the
Southern 1'acillc , or into any other hands
during Its corporate ilfo. Hy its provision
the I Intent Is to convoy to invested caultal
the I understanding that it will not lese its
lifo 1 by being swallowed up by any line to
whom its building would be objectionable.
Its ] incorporatora are among the best rail
road J financiers and wealthiest capitalists in
rrnapcctlni ; for Coal.
Ills understood that thu Union Pacific
railway is going to make a , thorough examina
tion of the coal Holds near Saratoga with
diamond drills. The Lar.inilo Boomerang
some tlino ago called attention to the fact
that : i corps of coal experts were making an
examination of the veins near there and
that if the result of their inspection WHS
satisfactory the contemplated railroad from
Fort Steele to Saratoga , which was graded
many years ago , would bo constructed. The
lact that they are going to prospect with
diamond drills still lends color to the rumor.
The Union Pacillc has secured an option on
all of Coo & Carter's coal lands in Carbon
county , 22U,7tjO acres in all. The option ex
tends to about the llrst of September.
The late issue of the Saratoga Sun throws
some light on the intention of the Union Pa
cific , which company Is looking for good coal
further cast than Ilock Springs , in the fol
lowing item :
"Alex Uriggs , superintendent of the coal
department at Carbon , accompanied by
Vf. K. Howhuidi "John Cole and another
man whoso name'wo did not learn , stopped
hero Friday night. They nro on their way
to Snake river to look ever coal prospects in
that country In the interest of the Union Pn-
cillo railroad. They will examine all the
coal prospects that are now open and If any-
SUES & CO. , Solicitors.
Bee Buildmg , Omaha , Neb.
4 yours Examiners U. S , Pat Offleo. Advice free
No fee until patent is obtained.
Investment Bond Co.
417 BEE BUILDING , OMAHA , NSB.
No safer invatttmrnt or creator profit can bo ob
tained than by purehaHlnir boncln with thlH com
pany. Wo pay fill per cent more towards thn re
demption of bonils anil mature them In one-thlnl
lima tlniu than any other company , Look Into onr
plan before piirehaalnir iilHewheru. For full par-
tlculura write or cull at onr oRlcii.
417 BEE BUILDING , OMAHA , NEB ,
a L. Illgolovr , General Agent.
RR1LWKY TIME ORRD
"LoaveHTCIIICAGO. IIUIlClNGTON & Q.l ArrlveH
Omaha | Depot llllh anil Manon StH. | Omaha
"Koaveirn : CHICAGO , R. I. i PACIFIC , I Arrives
Onia'ha I Uiiiuii"DuTiot j"biii & 'Marc'y'StH. | | Omaha
. . Atlantic Kxpress
H.nopm Chic , A. Den. Veatlbulu LlmlUxl
7,10pm . Nlslit Kxpn-HH .
I.Oil am L..Wprlil'H Fair Xlinl _ M
"Kolnif . Sl8.rT vrim7
West Union Depot 1 Oth AMarey _ Sl8. | West
11.10 pin Lincoln , Kalrlmry Local. . . .ill ) . _ ' . , am
2.flpm : ! Chic. A Ui'ii , VoHllbiilo LlmlteU : i0pm |
_ > .HO am Worlil'HFalrLlinltnil ll'.fiS.'im
Leaves I K.O.ST.J..tC. II. Arrives
Omaha I Depb'l lOih and Mason Sis. I Omaha
D.OOani . . . .Kansas City Day Express , . , . .ri p
D.iripm K , C. Nlfhl Kxp. via U.I'.Trans. ll.liinni
11.451)111 . . . . . . . i. .St. Louis Express 0. Iliu
TSavSa 1 IJNIOJTICVCIFICJ" Arrives
Omaha Illnlon Depot 10th AtMarcy Sta. Omaha
Leaves F..K.A MO. VALLKV I Arrives j
Omahal J ) I > qt 18th anil Webster SIB. I Omaha
, , ;
Leaves I CIIICAfiO k NOUTII WKSTN , Arrlviis
Omahal U. P. ileput. 10th & Maroy SlH. Omaha
7.'JOam x , Hun'y. ) Carroll Pitubunger 11.50 pm
10.40 am , , . . .Chicago Expii'Jis 0.05 pm
4.05pm ( Vestibule LlmlUxl O.'JO um
7.00pm . . . . . . . . . .Kabtoni Flyer ' ' ' J.I 5 pin
U.'O pm ( Ex , Snn.'chrc. ) j'as's. ( Kx''Mon'.i U.'JO um
Loaves I MISSOURI PACIFIC. | Arrive
Omahal Depol 15th and Webster Sta. | _ Omuha
LcavuH I 0. ST. I' . , M. i O , | Arrlvui
Omulml Depot 10th ana WobsterSta. | Omalia
thing U found of valno tlir.y will tocato It for
that company. Tnoy Imvo a sot of surveyor's
initrumonti with thorn And n camp outfit ,
nnd will bo Ronn eight or ton ilny.i. "
ITro IllBht of Wnj- .
A loltor was recolvod at San Dlogo from
the Colorado River Irrigation comi > .iny nt
Yumn that relate to the directors of the
San 111 ego & Pluunlx railroad. It offers n
free right of way through the Algodonos
Intul grant tract , owned by the irrigation
company on the Arizona sldo of the river.
The letter adds that ns soon ns the rnnroad
people docldo on urhoro to cross the Colorado
nnd locates from there Its line lo Yumn the
Irrigation company will issue n right of way
It Is .said the company proposes to build n
largo canal from Yutna to the Mexican line ,
n distance of twenty-two inllos. , nnd border
it with fruit trcos nnd n boulevard. Should
the railroad Cross the rlvor nt that point it
would run nlong the bank of the cannl nnd it
could have ulthur stdo of the cannl it pre
ferred , nnd the irrigation company would
grade the twenty-two miles of road bed nnd
give It to the railroad ready for the ties fruo
of iiost. Should the road cross at or near
llrtll Hanlon'M It would pass ever some flvo
miles of the Irrigation company's land , or if
below there it would bo nlong the bank of
the canal ,
Afrnlit of the Cowmen ,
The following communication from the
postmaster at Plateau appeared recently In
the Star of that town :
"In your issue of thn SiHU It Is stated that
trouble scums Inevitable between the cattle
nml sheep owners. It Is Into there has been
considerable trouble up to date. The sheep
owners nro doing all In tholr power to keep
peace , and so confident are they that the
burnings In the valley nro the work of an
organized gang to mislead the public and
create prejudice against them , that I am
authorized to state that they will pay out of
tholr own pookots for the arrest and convic
tion of any person who may bo found guilty
of burning the houses of S. P. Drink , or
Kmmamiol llrlnlc , or W. II. Br.instor's barn
and houses , &JOO to bo paid when convicted.
"It l.i reported hero today that the cow
men Intend within the next forty-eight
hours to destroy nil sheep , 1 < I11 the owners ,
take the law In their own hands and defy
the powers of the whole county.
"J. P. UEKU. "
A rroml.iliif ; Camp.
General J. C. Kennedy returned yesterday
from a prospecting trip In the southern part
of the state nnd in Now Mexico.
"While I was absent from homo , " ho said ,
"I spent a week at the now camp nt Ami-
zette , on the KIo Hondo , and I think it will
ho n wonderful camp. I went ever the hills
to a considerable extent , and In all of my ex
perience in mining I Imvo never seen such n
promising outlook as that district presents ,
for an undeveloped territory. The character
of the mineral is gold placer and load carbon
ates. I predict that in ono year it will boone
ono of the most promising camps in the coun
try , and will bo a heavy producer of lend ,
silver and gold. There are but few people
there now , but a good stage line Is in opera
tion from the Uio Grande railway. There
are veins of carbonate ere there twelve foot
in width. "
.May Incremo Her Cold I'roduct.
It Is proposed at San Francisco as a prac
tical solution of the gold stringency , that
the federal government withdraw all re
strictions on hydraulic mining , which , It is
boliovcil , would have the effect , if done im
mediately , of contributing $ r > ,00,000 ( ) in gold
before winter. Interviews have been had
with a number of prominent mining men , nil
of whom support the practicability of the
scheme. Speaking on the subject , General
Uimond , superintendent , says it is entirely
feasible , and that the local mint , thoroughly
equipped , could handle the gold. Much
complaint has boon made of the federal com
missioners now here for delay in the matter
of registration for the pursuit of hydraulic
mining. It is charged that they delay
matters so much that it will bo Impossible to
obtain a license until winter , when the
mining season is practically over.
HUM nf Uchcr.
William Crown of Occidental , Oil. , some
time ago struck nn Immense deposit of yel
low ocher on his ranch near the North
Pacillc Coast railway. The deposit extends
ever the entire area of several hilltops , with
only a thin covering of soil. The depth of
the deposit has not been ascertained , but it
is known to bo at least ten feet deep. Vene
tian rod has also been found m large quanti
ties. The railroad company has built a side
track , and a largo mill Is being erected. The
llrst shipments will bo made during the
month of July. Brown considers hi * find n
very rich one , and a largo force of men will
he cmployeO in developing it.
New Conl Discovery.
William Boamond , Dates , Woodman and
JackiHilton have taken a twentyyears lease
of coal lands about three quarters of a mile
northwest of Louisville , Colo. , from Mr.
IConntzo , banker , of Denver. The hoys
have sunk a shaft llfty-liVo feet deep and
struck u vein of Jlrst-eluss hard lignite coal
ton feet nine Inches thick. The drillings
are the finest over seen in this section ,
samples of which are on exhibition nt
Woodman's , Louisville. The boys nro all
old coal miners und know ull about the
business. Mr. Boamond Informed the cor
respondent of the Denver Sun that ho had
kept the strike quiet from every person
until ho had the lease all made out and re
corded , which was done today In Boulder.
National Snnllnrlnni ,
Commander E. K. Clough states that the
detail of invalid soldiers assigned for treat
ment at Hot Springs , S. I- ) . , to test the
olllcacy of the resort ns argumnnt for or
against the adoption of the place for u gov-
ornmnnt sanitarium , will arrive nt the
Springs about July 7. Colonel Clough has
great faith in the virtue of the place ns a
health resort , and earnestly hopes to secure
Its selection for the establishment of a .na
tional sanitarium for soldiers and sailors.
Itlch Mine In Arl/.oiui.
"You may talk about big loads , but from
what our manager , Mr. Donald , writes , wo
certainly have n bonanza , " said President
Dunning of the Denver and Arizona Mining
company. "Mr. Donald says wo have ere
enough in sight to keep a stamp mill fifty
miles long running ilfty years. ' 1 don't know
ho iv many tons that would bo'continued
Mr. Donald in this letter , 'hut wo have one
of the finest gold properties In the country. ' "
The mine In question is in the Cedar valley -
ley district in Mojave county , Arizona , and a
mill is to be erected at once.
The recent strike In the Pike's Peak , located
catod close to tno Pharmacist , is a wonder.
Doles Thayer , ono of the lessees , panned
pure gold out of ten pounds of the
ore. It is reliably reported that n , wagon
load of sacked ore. weighing il.UOU pounds ,
was sent out from the mini ) ever the Clioy-
ciino mountain road Juno IU ) which was cal
culated to bo worth $35,000.
\Vlmt Do Vim Take
1 Medicine forl Because ) you are sick nnd
want to got well , or because you wish to pre
vent illness. Then remember that Hood's
Sarsaparilla euros ull discuses caused by tin.
pure blood and debility of the system. It is
not what its proprietors say but what Hood's '
Sursaparllla does that tells the story of its
merit. Bo sure to cot Hood's , and ouly
, Purely vegetable Hood's Pills 25c.
Mnjor ItlrklMiiiner' * Clone Cull.
Major Blrkhausor's ofllclal head came near
rolling Into the basket yesterday morning ,
Ho escaped by a scratsh nnd will now K.Do
permitted to hang on until the council con-
Hints the appointment of Mr. Winspeur.
Tno provision of the chat-tor covering the
appointment of members of the Board of
Public Works does not provide for a member
whoso term expires holding over until his
successor appointed or continued , The
provision clearly states that the member
shall bo appointed for three years , In order
that no question could bo raised the mayor
called In Assistant City Attorney Cornish and
secured his advice on the subject , us to
whether Mr. Winspear should immediately )
assume the duties of chairman or Major
Dlrkhausor hold on until the council con
tinued the appointment Qf the now member ,
Mr. Cornish thought It proper for the major
to huwR on until Mr. Winspour's appointment
Will Conildor tlm AppnlntmonU.
The special committee to which was re
ferred the appointment of Mr. Wlnspear as a
member of the Board of J'ubllo Work * and
the eeyeral appointments to the board of
directors of the public library , will meet
today for the purpose of considering the
appointment * .
Tha report of the committee wilt bo ready
for tonight's mooting of the council.
HAYFIELD IN THE MISSOURI
Relatives nnd Friends of the Lost Aeronaut
Give Up All Hopo.
DILIGENT SEARCH FOR THE REMAINS
Story of W'lttiPMot Win Saw the llnllooo
.Mnyllold llnil .Several Nnnics
\Vn n NrphiMr of diulRO Kllor
of Onmlm ,
Nothing has yet been hoard of Joseph -
soph Maytlold , nlla * Ilay Kslor , who
nsccndcd in ( louhi & Grlbblo's Killeen
nt Courtliuul bench Monday evening , nnd It
Is now bollovod thnt the .young man wns
drowned In the river. The owners of the
bnlloon think thnt their ntr ship lies nt the
bottom of the rlvor , and Imvo secured
nnothorono from Woodbluo , In , , which will
arrive this afternoon ,
Gould ft Gribblo hnvo had several
men searching for the balloon nnd
Uilor slnco Tuesday morning , nml the
course taken by the npronaut has been gone
over several times. There hnvo boon sev
eral rumors , but the story of Mrs. Vorblost ,
n German woman living near the river , seems
to bo the most likely ono. She says thnt shu
was out In her yard about II o'clock Monday
evening and that the bnlloon passed ever
her. U was about seventy-live foot from the
ground ami she saw something hanging to
the bar which she took for n dummy nml
presumed that It was n Fourth of July
balloon of extraordinary size. Mrs. Vorblost
is quite positive that thn bnlloon fell in the
rlvor and it stood up while Heating out of
Vntiltlni : Anililtlon.
Gribblo nnd Gould who furnish balloon ns-
ccnslons for Courtland Donch said yesterday
that when the ascent was made everything
was nil right mid thnt it would bo almost ,
impossible for Esler to become entangled In
the ropes. Dofere making the trip ICsler re
marked to them that ho would go higher
than did Mrs. Gribble who made the ascent
on Sunday attontooii. Ilo was told to take
a llfo preserver with him , but ho refused ,
and said ho could get over the lake nil right.
Tha owners of the bnlloon tlilnk thnt the
young man ascended to such a great height
that ho became afraid to cut loose and comu
down wltn the parachute. Tliey believe that
ICslor concluded to tnko chances and oonio
down with the balloon , which descended very
rapidly after reaching n maximum height ,
In staying with the big hag of gns hn In
creased his tlnngor. It Is qtitlo likely thnt If
ICsler was alive ho would hnvo communicated
with his employers and now they are of the
opinion that ho mot death cither in the
river nr by being dashed against the trees
along the banks.
The owners of the balloon say that It Is
notlifng unusual for aeronauts to make as
censions after dark anil that this is the llrst
accident they have had. They still have
men out. searching for Esler , but have given
up hopes of ( hiding him alive.
Tiulfo Ktliir'it NophtMr.
It now turns out that the young man who
ntado the fatal trip In the balloon at Court-
hind Beach last Monday night was a nephew
of County Judge teller and that his nninu was
Joseph Mayliolil , instead of Hay ICslor.
However , in sporting circles ho had assumed
the latter 11:11110 : In order to conceal his Iden
tity. Mnyllcld was about 23 years of ago
and was the only support of an aged mother ,
residing at HloominiUon , Ind. , where he wns
born nnd raised. He came to this city some
three years ago and since that time ho hail
worked a greater portion of the time about
restaurants nnd chop houses.
Tuesday morning Judge Idler visited
Courtland Beach , and from there to the rlvor
followed the course which the balloon is sup
posed to have taken , satisfying himself that
ycung Mnyltold was drowned.
In the Itlvur Sure.
Corrobonativo of the supposed drowning of
Ilay lilsor , the aeronaut , is the story told by
George Fox , K. F. Mosoloy nnd the other
members of a flshing pnrty who hnvo re
turned from nn outing of tltrco dnys nt
Hnnthorn lake , a few miles up the rlvor on
the Iowa side. Shortly after U o'clock Mon
day evening , they saw the balloon on Its
fatal trip , nnd discovered thnt the balloonist
was in distress. They saw the hueo airship
make its final downward plunge , and they
are confident that it went into the rlvor.
They we're about three-fourths of n mlle
away , but could see the river through the
trees thnt intervene between the Inku nnd
the Missouri , It was almost darn , arid
they could see nothing of the balloon and its
ill-fated passenger after It dropped ,
Cliniiilicrlulirn t'olfc , ( ilmlurii nnil Dmrrnlioi
Every family should DO provided with a
bottln of this remedy during the summer
months. It can always bo depended upon
and is pleasant nnd safe to tako. In many
cases , by having it at hand , life may bo
saved before a physician could be summoned
or medicine procured. No other remedy Is
so reliable or successful. No other so cer
tain to euro bloody llux , dysentery , diarrhoea
and cholera morbtis in tholr worst forms. It
is equally valuable for children and adults ,
> and f > 0 cent bottles far sale by druggists.
OMAHA'S SCHOOL CENSUS.
Conunn FiKiiroa thnt Show Htartllnc
CliniiKVH In tl.o I'opulntliin O iitnr .
It has often boon remarked tnnt figures do
not lie , and the statement taken in Its cold
and original sense is probably correct , but
when the returns of two or throe successive
census takers are sot up against onch other
they form nn array of contradictions that
are , to say the least , somewhat uewlldering.
This applies particularly to the school cen
sus of the city of Omaha , Some of tha
enumerators are undouDtodly n good deal
more Industrious nnd onergotlu than
others nnd of course ttiey succeed in
finding nearly everybody between the ago3
of live and twenty-one within the territory
they undertake to cover , while those who
are not so industrious or active undoubtedly
miss or fail to II ml n good many p topio who
ought to bo enumerated , Where an active
and energetic oiiumoi'.ttor tnkcs the consu-J
of a ward the following year after a careless
and inaeurnto ono , there Is invariably n
marked IIHH-CIIHO in the school population of
thnt particular ward.
It sometimes happens , also , thnt a man
with a vivid imagination nnd who bundles u
pen freely can succeed In finding a great
many more people in a ward than
hnvo been found there before , anil in fnol
moro than can bo found there for maiij
yonrs afterward , The census oiiiimoraton
appointed by the Omaha Board of Education
are just now making their reports. Thej
should have had the work completed on tin
1st of July , but some of them nru'u few dayi
late In doting tiii. The Klrst , Koconil , Third ,
Eighth and Ninth ward enumerators have
reported and the others will prob.
nbly bo In before the end of tin
week. Three of the llvo wards reported
show nn Increase of people of tiohool ago ,
while the other two show n slight decrcaso.
Thn reports for last year and thli frum tha
Eighth word show a romarlinhlu state of
affaire , It docs not acn'm possible that there
could have been an actual Increase of I.IS'J '
In Iho school population of that ward slnca
Juno , 18 ! > . ' , but that U the story thn two reports -
ports toll when stood side by sldu.
Following is ft rompuratlvo Htatomunt ol
the enumeration in the llvo wards Hint have
been reported for last year and for this :
Hrstwnrd , . 3.015 ,
Hiioond ward . 4 , < UflI.'JOS
Third ward . B/J71 fl.123
Elxhthwnrd . . . . . . 1,031 ! : ) , -l17 !
Ninth ward . 1.031) ) 1.-J89
Totuls . , . H.COO 1M3S
Whooping cough is not dangerous whoa
Chamberlain's ' Cough Heincdy Is freely
given. It makes oxpcotoratlcfti easy and
prevents the violent fit * of roughing. Them ,
is no danger In giving It to small children n *
It contains nothing injurious. For snlo by j
flounty Uourt AilJoiiToail. / >
The July term of the county court opened
yesterday morning , but owlnir to the heated
condition of the atmosphere nil of the con.
tested cases wont ever until September , nl
1 which time they nlll be ndtloJ to itio call lol
' that month.
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