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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY. MAY 1. 18M.
8PEG1RL NOTICES.
Advertliicmcnta for thc column * will be tnk n
until 1J M p m. for ( ha evening nnd until tM p.
tn. for the mornlnff and Hund y edition * .
Adv Ttl r , by re < iuc llnif a numbered eh'ex.
* nn Imvo nnnwetn nddr > mHl to a numbered lett'f
In care of Tha IJee. An wr t i addressed will
be liMlvtred upon prcnentntlon of tha check.
RatM. l a word flint Innortlon , la a word
thereafter. Nothing tnkfn for le than tie.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
Rate * , word first Innortlon. la a word
Iliprenftcr. Nothing tnhen for lem than ; . > < .
POSITION WANTIM ) I Y AN
phnrmit < t In ilrim "torn ; nvo yuntt
Hwiiku nnallnh nnd Ocrmnn , wins'no
nnd not of raid of work. Address K
AH TRAVKLINCJ 8 < > I.tH- :
ninn for whi > li > * ule limimij prefer northwest
Knnsag or southwest Nebraska ; cnn give A i
rcffiencc. AddrcM Lock Itox 61 , l-Hlrnury ,
ffti | AMHO 2 *
WANTED
nates , Il4c word first Insjrtlon , Ic n. _ word
Iliere-ifter. No.'lilns 'j ' enfor _ less than 2. > e.
KOLTCITORS. TCAM3 PURNISmi : > ! INSTALU-
menl Bood > . American Wringer Co , , MOT How.
ara it. U-aJi
AOCNTB. 8ALARY OR COMMISSION. TI1B
crentcst Invention of the use. 1 ho New I ( it-
ent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Sells on
lent. Works Ilko maslc. Asents are maklnic
IZ5.00 to JI23.00 p r week. Tor { " ; ' " " P" ! ?
irculars wrlto thr > Monroe Eraser Mftf. Co. . x
S * . IM Crousp , WIs. 11-003
WANTCD-8 A LHSM A N ; "SALARY FROM
Rtnrl ; permanent place , Brown Hroi. Co. ' ,
ml'
nurserymen , ChlciiKn. III. J1-MM1
BALESM'KN TO HELL BAKING I ° } VIJIlj5i
" ' ' * ' ' "
We put our Boodn In Rlasa roll nK P"1' ; .
noi. h nnd expenses , or commission. Chlcnso
TlnklnB Powder Co. . 7 7 Von " " " " liii. '
milnnffr. . H fll70 mli
JTOOOD SALESMAN IN nVUHY TOWN IN
Iowa and eastern Nebraska. Address Tno
Hawka Nursery Co. , Milwaukee. W'MS.W,18. , .
WANTED , LADOIintlS AND TlJAMSTintB ON
llic II. & M. Ry. extension In Montana ami
Wvomlnc. I'rec transportation. Kramer
O'ilcarn ? lal-or agency , llth and
WANTED , A riRST-CLAHH CIOAR SALnS-
man. bv a. western clsar factory : one who is
thoiouRlily ncaualnted with the No bras KJ trade.
Kood milary to the rluht man ; no Inexperienced
limn need apply Address K 13 , Caro11 y,9 , 3
MIDDLE AGED MAN AND WIFE ( NO FAM-
lly ) . Mnn mum undcrntiind care of liorsea and
lawn , wife plnln luundiy work. A nice cottaRo
nnd llbeial VV.IRCS to rlijht couple. lUrpienoes
renulred. Address James Hell , Illvl'l ' My38 3,5 ,
WANTED. MEN TO TAKE ORURRsTlN CITY
.
nn rnlary : former experience not r.-.qu red.
Apply at 1510 DoURlas. It M.33 M-8
SALESMEN WANTED. TO HELL OCR 0001)9
hy sample to the wholesale nnd retail trade ,
ell on slRht to every business man or firm ;
liberal salary ; money advanced for adveitlslnx
nnd expanses : permanent position. Address
with stamp , Kins Mfg. Co. , U-42. Chjcngin !
WANTED-EXPKRIENCED COACHMAN : APply -
ply 1303 Farnam street. 11 U03 . ,0
BALESME"N WANTED" SELL OUR GOODS
by sample to wholesale nnd rctnll trade ;
ni-11 on slBht to every business man or linn ;
liberal salary and expenses P ld ! I'0.1" ' ' " "
permanent. For terms addiess with stamp ,
( JenlcnnlalMfg Co. . Milwaukee. Wl . "
W'ANTKD IU3LIAHLI3 MAN TO SOLICIT FOR
two papers : Illienil rotnmlsslon will be Riven.
AddtL-ss C. Rldille , 1120 M Btroct. LIUcoln.Neb. ,
: are ot the Nuw Republic. ) 11-MI01 !
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
Ilates , l'/4c word first Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less Ih.in 2Sc.
LADinS WANTING U1RL9 APPLY AT THU
ficamilnavlan Youuc Ladlos' home. 3301 Cumins.
WANTED , 60 EXPERT SHIRT ANnTpANTS
milkers AVe me putting In nn additional 60
machines und want experienced help to make
the whole gat ment. ICIlpatrlck-Koch factory ,
. - 1
BEST OF "WAOKS TO COMPKTWJT O1RL ;
must bo good coolt nnd laundress. Mrs. J. al.
Thurston , 2108 Farnam. C 205
WANTni > r GOOD COOK AND LAUNDRESS ,
lira. John A. McShanc , 20 nnd I'arnaim
WANTED 11XPERT MILLINERY SALES-
ladles ; Brnnswldnws or married women expect
ing to cet n divorce need not. upply. J. J.
lUIss , 1D1I Dougln street. C 30 > H
WANTED , GIRL FOR ail.N'RRALIIOt'SH -
vvork ; must bo peed cook and , laundress ; small
family ; food wages. Also nurse Klrl. Call
2500 C.ipltol ave. C MI1C 1'
WANTID , GIRL POR HOUSRWORK ; MUST
understand cooking. Apply 113 North 20th
street. C-M409 3'
1VANTKD. GIRL FOR GENERAL. CALL AT
2111 Illnney. C M4j8 3 *
\VANTID , OIRL , "AT 2502 GALIFORNIA'ST !
WANTI3D A YOUNQ GIRL TO DO HOUSE-
woik. Apply 2 03 Se.ward street. C M417 2'
FOB RENT HOUSES.
Hates , lOc a line each Insertion , 11.50 o line per
mouth. Nothing taken for less than 23c , .
HOUSES , F. K. DARLING. IIARKER BLOCK.
D 995
HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OP THE CITY , TUB
O. V. Diivls company , 1503 Farnam. 159
C-ROOM COTTAUKS , MODERN. CHOIOU IN
Stanford Circle. C. B. lilguttcr , 201 Uca build-
inc. D-93 *
RENTAL ACSENCY. 507 UROWN 1JLOCK.D .
D 938
FIRST-CLASS. WELL LOCATED HOUSES. i
8. Hklnncr. 310 N. Y. Llfo. D-348
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4-ROOM MODERN FLATS , 29TII AND LEAV-
cnworth. J. W. Squire. 24S Boo bldg. D 488
CLEAN. COMFORTABLE , CONVENIENT.
moderate rentals ; best 3 and 4-room suites
for housekeepers only. References required.
Also C-room nulta In tenement. 813 a. 22d st.
D 694
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TOR RENT. 8-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN. FU .
nlshod or unfurnished. 11.3 S. 10th street.
D M761
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"KELKENNEYS.CO..R. i. CONTINENTAL BLK.
D < J8i
FOR RENT. PLEASANT EIGHT-ROOM
crn house , detached , nice lawn , barn. Inquire
2C03 Pierce street. D M3SO
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RENTAL AGENCY.SHERWOOD. 423 N. Y , Life.
FOR RENT , TO FIRST-CI ASS FAMILY OF
not moio than 3 Blown parsons , \\lthout
children , 9-room modern house , 310 North 2)th )
ptieot. Low rent to right party. Bogus ft
Hill. U08 Fnrnam street. _ D 133 M7
FINE FLAT IN CLOUSER BLOCK AT 705 8.
16th at ; range ar.d nil other conveniences ; J28 ,
George Clousor , room S , 1623 Farnam st.
_ _ _
I.ROOM HOUSE. INQUIRE 2711 DOUGLAS ST.
_ D C36
FOR RENT , 8-ROOM BRICK ; ALL MO DlTuN
Improvements , 29th and Izard , ono block from
Walnut Hill motor. J25.00. Inquire Comp
troller's olllco , D--S33
" _
DESIRAIILI. HOUSES NEAR HIGH SCHOOL :
rent moderate. 2516 Capitol avenue , D 1511 *
FOR RENT ] FURNISHED HOUSE. THE
Uncut residence In KounUa place , handsomely
furnished , with barn nnd latest Improvements.
F , D. Wend , 10thand Douglas. D-S94
COTTAGE , 110 00 PER MONTH.
L. S. Skinner , 31i ) N. Y. Llfu. D-9S3
.uu uusrr , ii-- | . 10-ROOM MODERN 111UCIC
house ; full lot. W. U. Tcmpleton , 303 PaMon
tlocU. D M80Q
6-ROOM HOUSE AT 2523 HALF HOWARD
street. D-M191 2
IJU RENT. CIH3APE9T 6-HOOM OortAUU ,
< . , M\i \ Uith ; In city ; J 15.00. 3035 California street ,
6-ROOM COTTAGE. NO. 040 N. 25TH AVUNUB.
lliqulro 851 N. 17th St. 1 > Hi 3Q
EllOICirilOStfljTlJIOHT ROOMS AND HARN ;
nice lawn , city water and southeast front ; 1
liliH'k south of Li'tivcnuorth on 33th avenue ;
K3.00. Apply to N , Perry , at pivmlses.
D-M2M
TOR RUNT TWO 6-HOOM COTTAORS ON
Houlh 23d street. In < | Ulru ut 1010 South M.
U 810-2 *
FOR RRNT. W3.00 PER MONTH , 4110 LAFAY-
ett incline , 7 rooms , furnace , hath , hot and
cold water , closet , gns , cleotrlo lighting appll-
nnci-s. tic. Beautiful lavsn , trees , etc. Fidelity
Trust company , 1703 Farnam Mice ! . D MI15
COTTA OK. C BOOMS , CLOSETS AND PANtry -
try , city nnd cistern water , ou motor and paved
street , largo yurd , bvautlful trees. llG.Ou par
month. Williams ft Mlllnti , room 313 , Mcrague
liulldlng , opposite posiotllce , a ; rull on It , F.
Wlllama. 2103 Bouth Uth nt. D 201-30
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FOR RENT-GOOD DETACHED NINE-ROOM
hotlsu , SOU Capitol avenue. Also 9-rooiu house ,
Kt ? ) Cnpltol uvrnue. B. H , Roblson , room 7 ,
Ommuerclul National. D M83S
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FURNIBIIED 0-ROOM HOUSE , NfJWLV PA
| J KH ! mul painted , part new furniture , nice
junl. on South ICth near Jackson ; Inquire ut
C03 South 161h ; references rwiulriHl. 1) 39J 3
FOR RKNT-7-ROOM COTTAGE ; CITY WATER
ttiid bath. 606 N. 234 street. D-MIJ ) 1-
JOB BENT PUBNISHED BOOMS.
< > word tint Insertion , lo a word
Nothing taken for li > & * than 25c ,
ROOMS AT 1816 CHICAGO
E 8M Mil *
HOt'UErNORTHWEST CORNER Ul'il
ei\l l > UBi ! , formerly Tia > elcr lwu > , l d p r
\ktJtk , 11.00 , tooon. ItiJ BiiU 13.00.
FOB RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
Contlnutd.
FOR RKNT , AT 2WJ DODOB. A LAROE , DAY
window , second story front room , for $12.00 a
month. No other roomer * And nd children ,
D
FOR HUNT. ELKOANT FUIlNiaitED ROOiia
AT HOTELUnUNSWlCK
Fjr families and young gentlemen. Steam , bath ,
elevator nnd all conveniencei prices reaion-
Able : location unexcelled In the city. Apply at
Hotel liruniwlck , Utli and Jackson streets.
K-170 1)
IlENT , A LAIiaC SOUTH IIOO.M AT ISIS
Dodge afreet. E M679
FURNISHED RboMTaUNTLnMAN. 17 HAlT.
ney street. 13-119-3) *
FU11NISIIED nOOM , J6.00 , 1505 FARNAM ,
_ with bath E 217 3) *
2 rUHNIHHED IIOOMS AND 2 UNrURNIMUID
nt 313 H. iCtli. i-M 106 3
NICELY FURNISIIF.D HIONT IIOOMS , WITHer
or without board. Call at 2107 Poustlai st.
E-302.MU
FOR IIRNT-KLUOANTLT rUUNIHHBD
rooms. 602 80. 13th. E K3-4 _
ELEGANT I'AIILOU. FURNISHED OH UN -
furnlshed , nt the old Turner home , 11 2 Ilow-
nrd. E-.M316 S-
NICE PAIirxm AND nnDROOM , JS.M 1'EIt
tiunth. H. E. corner 25th and Hamilton.
NICELY FURNIHHED PAULO II. TEHM3
reasonable. 1924 Tarnam. E MIU &
*
iTltooMfl" ron LIOHT" HOUSE
119 North 15th street. IM < i3 C
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
YOUNO WOMEN'S HOME , UNDEH CARE OK
Women's Christian association. Ill 8. 1JlJt-
FUHN1SIIED IIOOMS WITH BOARD , 107 S. 17.
I'1 21S M2
IIOO.M WITH I10AHD. I'KICB MODVJnATE.
2100 Cnsa. P-lHi M22
DisiHAiTrn : ROOM WITH IIOAIID IN rm-
jyntc family. 709 N. 18th. r-ni-1 *
FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS , WITH HOARD.
170 Dodge , _ r ! MW 3 _
FOR IIKNT LAIIOB FRONT ROOM 80IT-
nblo for two , with or without boaru ; private
family ; centrally .located. AUJres ? K 23 , Ileo
olllcc. 1' 2-3
A VHRY DiSIRAIH.13 FRONT AND 11ACIC
pirlor ; also single room ; Lest location In city.
211 H. 2Jth st. F 263
ROOMS AND HOARD , 411 N. 11TH ; JI.BO AND
15.00 week. r MMJ &
I.AROB ROOM. HlTIinit NORTH OR SOUTH
exposure. In private family , with board. Apply
2221 Dodge street. F M3I3
1'LTfASANT LOCATION TOR SUMMI2R ;
trees , lawns nnJ porches. 2013 St. Mary'a nve.
F M343 &
NICB ROOMS , GOOD HOARD ; RATCS RKA-
sonoble. The Rose , 202' ' ) Harney. F M32I t *
NHATLY FURNISHED 110011.4 WITH HOARD.
2019 California streut. F 33 1 C *
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FRONT SOUTH ROOM FOR 2 OR 3
nien. nrat class board. 1723 Dodge. F 30G 2 *
_
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH HOARD. 620
North 17th Btruet , F MSB 30'
_
LAROi : SOUTH ROOMS. WITH HOARD. RKF-
crencea. 202 N. 18th street. F M41S 2-
I.AROB ni.tieiANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
with board. 013 N. 20th street. F M421 &
FOB BENT TJNFTJBNISH'D IIOOMS.
Rates , lOe a. line each Insertion. Jl.fiO a line per
month. Nothing token for less than 25c.
4 UNFURNIIinD IIOOMS. SU1TAULU FOR
housekeeplns. city water , etc. , low rent ; noith-
west corner 17th anil Webster st. O M140
6 UNFURNISHED CHAMIJERS FOR HOUSE-
kccplnE to man and wife ; no children ; 319 N.
17th. O-C57
FOR RENT , UNFURNIHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping ; 200 N. 13th St. Q M3i3
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS WITH
modern conveniences ; light nnd heut furnished.
237G Harnoy st. O-2M-30 *
FOB , BENT , STORES AND OFFICES
Rates , lOc a line each Insertion , il.&O a line per
month. Nothing taken for less than 23o.
10 MONTHS L.EASB OF STORE , 30J S. 17TI1.
FOR RENT , THE 4-STORY H1HU1C BUILDING ,
910 Farnam t. The building has a tlrcproof
cement basement , complete steam heating nr.
turt. . water on all doors , gas , etc. Apply at
the offlco ot The Hce. 1 8U >
AGENTS WANTED.
nates , 100 a Una each Insertion , J1.60 a Una per
month. Nothing taken for less tlmn 23c.
AGENTS WANTED , BIO MONEY. WRITE
for particulars to A. M. Secmann & Co. , Lin
coln , Neb. , 122 North llth. J M5C1 Mil *
AGENTS , UOTH SEXES : TEN INDISPENSAble -
blo articles ; retail for J5.10 ; absolutely free to
our demonstrated rustlers. The Clauss Shear
Co. , Kansas City. Mo. J MC23 Jung J0 _
AGENTS HUSTLERS : Hia MONEY. AP PLY
nt 17 dranlto block , 315 So. Wh 'reet.
WANTED , GENERAL AGENTS AT OMAHA ,
Fremont , Grand Island , Norfolk and Beatrice
for the Union Central Life Insurance company.
$2.000,000.00 tn force In Nebraska. Renewal
contracts. Address J. M Edmlston. Ftato
agent. Lincoln. Neb. J M878 M19
WANTED. ENERGETIC CANVASSERs7 SAN *
Itary Soap Vase Co. , 303 Paxton Blk. J M097
A CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME WANTED IM-
medlatcly , canvassers and agents In every city
In the United States to Introduce "Multum In
I'urvo , " the elastic Ink holder for pens ; from
J3.00 to J10.00 easily made with 6 hours' work
dally. Call or mldress Theo. S. Meyer , 140 Nas
sau street , room 4C , New York City. J M402 1 *
AGENTS. IF HIQ COMMISSIONS OR MOD-
ernlo salary will secure your services for a 25a
article , which sells tn every home , wrlti > us ;
you can canvass or sell to dealers ; exclusive
territory given. Curtain Polo Lifter Mftr. Co. ,
Box D. Racine , WIs. J M3SJ !
S'ALESMEN viimtca DRY GOODS AND
clothing trade wishing a small side line ; staple
Koods ; 6 per cent commission AilJi ess K. II.
Orcutt , Council Blurts , la. J MI22 3
WANTED TO BENT.
Rates , lOa a line each Insertion , Il.GO a line per
month. Nothing taken for less than 2T c.
WANTED. ROOMS AND BOARD BY OENTLR-
man and wife , who \\111 bu permanent If suited.
I'rlMitu family prefcired. Toims moderate.
Sleeping room to face south. Address 1C 34 ,
Bee ollice. K M411 1
BENTAL AGENCY.
Rates , lOo a line first Insertion , J1.50 a Una
per month. Nothing taken for less than 25o
RENT REDUCED ON HOUSES AND ROOMS.
3 good rooms , (5.00 ; 4 rooms , rental 110.00.
Cotases from $5 00 up. Printed Hat. G. F ,
ljutls. 220 S. 17lh street. L MTTSm 10
STOBAOE.
Hairs , lOc n line rach Insertion , 11.50 a line per
month. Nothing taken for Ices than 2Sc.
STORAGE FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS ; CLEAN
and cheap rate. R. Wells , 1111 Farnam.
M-1000
STORAGE , WILLIAMS & CROSS , 1214 HARNEY.
M 101
STOVES STORED DURING THE SUMMER.
1207 Uouclas. Omulia Btove Repair works.
M194 mayJl
WANTED TO BUY.
Rates , 1H ° word ( list Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken tor less than go.
HIGHEST PRICE FOR iO-HAND FURNITURE ,
curpels. etc. 6. II. I own. 320 N. jStli. Tel. 1711.
. N-M1 M9
RETAIL LUMBER YARD , NEB. OR WESTERN
Iowa. Address 1' . O. Box DM. David City , Nfb.
N 170 M24 *
BLACKED TRIMMED SINGLE SURREY HAR-
ness. Address K 3.1 , Hee. N M410
FOB SALE FP BN1ITJBE.
Hates. l'o a word Ilrst Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken forkss than 23c.
FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND FUR.
nlture , S845 Charles at. O 208-2 *
_
FOBBALE-HOBSES WAOONB.ETa
Rate * . Via a lln * tuch Insertion. SUM a IUi per
month. NolMait " trkto tor le iJhanZJo. _
ALL KINDs"oF VEluCLiS : AT MC ON TJIB
do.lar. W. I' . Mumaunh , K13 Furnam it.
_ _ _ M3
ltOO.00 SIMPSON MAKE CARRIAGE AT LESS
than H price ; used 1 tear ; good delivery
wagon , newly painted , (65.00 ; best 155.00 top
buggy tn Omaha. DrummonJ. ISth and
Harney. P-MST9 Mi
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FOR SALE-FAMILY HORSE , PERFECTLY
Ktntle. Alto hand-nudo leather top bueey. K
t. Beo. P-174-1
_ _ _ _
FOR SALE-TWO BUCK BOA IlDsi I.ToHT
farm wagon , ranopy top nurry , harnrsi nnd
pole. Gfo.V. . Holbrook , IK1 Furnam street.
I'-W
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FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS ]
Kates. 10o a lln Hrat Inxrtlon , Jl.W a lln *
per month. Nothlor taken for leu than Ko
ilDUWALK BRICK TfjD "TILE. WM. J. WEL-
ban * SJl IJoiird of Trad * bulMlnj.
bulMlnj.QMIM MH
" Cleanliness is next to Godliness. " ' "r
We use only SANTA GLAUS SOAP ,
And White Wings of Purity ' '
Spread their radiance around us.
IS THE BEST FOREV/ERY / HOUSEHOLD USE.
ALL GROCERS KEEP IT.
BY
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Continued ,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BICYCLES
clicl.p. F. E. Bell , V07 N , Y. Life , Onuha.
Q M541 mlQ *
BALED HAY FOR SALE. THE s'rANUARU
Cattle Company , Ames , Neb. , have 2.000 tons
of good barn stored hay for sale. All orders
filled promptly. q-103
FOR BALE-PLATE GLASS SHOW CASES ,
different nlzei. cheap for cash. Megenth Sta
tionery Co. , 1304 Fnrnnm at. Q 173-1
FOR SALE 9 MONTHS MALE PUG PUP.
Cheaply. Address. K 32 , Dec ollice. Q 393 1
CLAIBVOYANT3.
MRS. DR. H. WARREN , CLAIRVOYANT , REliable -
liable business mo'llum ; 7th year at 119 N. 1C.
S-103
ASTROLOGER "OLD DR. PAUL CASTOR ; "
send date of birth , sex , 23c nnd stamp for
filturo prospects ; innrilagc , business , specula
tion , nil affairs , 2SS Thlid avenue. New York :
mention paper. S M400 !
MASSAGE , BATHS , ETC.
MADAME SMITH , G02 S. 13TH. 2D FLOOR ,
room 3. Massage , vapor , alcohol , steam , sul-
phurlne and se.i baths. T M302 C *
MADAME BROWN , 1314 CAPITOL AVENUE.
2d floor , room 4 , massage , alcohol , sulphur and
sea baths. jEl'M22 * 3 *
MASSAGE , MADAME BERNARD , 1419 DODGE.
T M130 1
PEBSONAL.
Itatcs. 1540 word first Insertion , 1C a word
thereafter. Nothing taken tor less than Vie.
VIAVi , HOME TREATMENT FOR LADIES.
Health book & consultation free. Address or call
Vlavl Co. . sulta S40. Bee Bldg. Lady attendant.
MASSAGE TREATMENT , ELECTRO-THER-
mal baths. Scalp and hair treatment , mani
cure and chiropodist. Mrs. Post. 319J4 S. ICth ,
Wlthnetl blk. U 103
GOOD SAMARITAN REMEDY COMPANY.
301 N. ICth street , cure chronic diseases of
either sex or money refunded ; Jl.O ) per month ;
send stamp or call ; want lady agents
U M3C4 Mil'
H AVE THE STATE HOTEL. 130S TO 1312
Douglas street , newly refurnished and re
fitted in first class order. Would be pleased to
nave the public give me their pationage.
Open all hours. Mrs. J. F. Rfld. U 141
BRUNSKILL ! smN PAINTER , ICTH AND
jjodge. U MloS J
YOUR FORTUNE THROUGH THE LINES IN
your hand. 033 S. 17th street. U M301 5 *
GET MARRIED. SEND FOR MY BIG PAPER :
hundreds of advertises ! want husbands and
wives. Mailed sealed for stamp. W. II. Hnr-
beck , Denver , Colo. U M323 m30
MADAME LA ROOK , MASSAGE. 522 N. ICTH ,
parlors 12 and 13. U M34S ( >
NKXT OF KIN HEIRS WANTED A DESCRIP-
tlve Index of 20,000 names of hells navel Used
for ( Urltlsh subjects ) who have died In Gieat
Britain , Ireland , India , Australia , etc. , from
Ib03. Copyrighted. Price , } 1.00 1' . O. order.
Address , lllchardson & Co. , oltlce G17 Heed
building , 1215 Filbert street , Philadelphia , Pa.
U MI01 1 *
MONEY TO LOAN BEAL ESTATE.
Hates , lOa a. line first Insertion. 11.50 a Una
per month. Nothing taken for less than 25c
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. , SIS N. Y. LIFE ,
loans at low rates for choice security on Ne
braska and Iowa farms or Omaha city property.
W 10S
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Brcnnan , Love & Co. . Paxton blk.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ON
Improved and unimproved Omaha real estate ,
1 to G years. Fidelity Trust Co. . 1703 Farnam.
WANTED. APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. jT
D. Zlttle , Brown blk. , Omaha. W 107
LOANS ON IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
city property ; J3.000 and upwarJc , 5 to C'/s per
cent ; no delayj. W. Farnam Smith & Co. ,
1320 Farnam. ' " ' 0 °
LOANS ON HEAL ESTATEWARRANTS.GOOD
notes , etc. , bought , darvln Bros. . 210 N. Y ; Llfa
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE
O. F. Davis Co. . 1505 Farnam st. W til
7 PER CENT MONEY. R. C. PATTERSON. 425
Rainge bldff. W 303 M2
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS IN DOUGLAS
Improved and unimproved Omaha real estate.
Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702-Farnam st. ' .V 110
OMAHA LOAN & TRUST CO. , ICTH AND
Douglas ts. , loan money en city and farm
property nt lowest rates of Interest , W 109
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED ON
or bought. F. C Chcsney , Kansas CltyfMo. .
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA PROPERTY
nnd Nebraska farms at from C to 7 per cent.
W. B. Melkle , First Nat'l bank bldg. W 113
C. A. sfAItnT CITY"LOANS ON IMPROVED
property. Moved office to 615 N. Y. Life build-
| tij-t W M3S3 M5
UNITED STATES MORTGAGE CO. OF NEW
York. Submit choice loans to F. S. Pusey ,
agent. First National Hank bldg. W M22J m2q
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE FOR ANY LENGTH
of time , from 30 days to live ycuis. Reed .V
Selby , 331 Board of Trade. W230
JOHN M. CLARKE. J , J. BROWN'S BLOCK :
H.O'XLOOO.OO real estate , 6 per cent money. No
tary public. W MI03 "
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WILL LOAN MONKY ON ANY KIND OF SE-
curlty ; strictly confidential. A. E. Harris ,
room 1 , Continental block. X 115
_
MONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE , PIANOS.
all articles of value , Fred Terry , 430 Itamge
block. X 116
_
lilt ) PLACE TO BUltllOW
MONEY ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ,
MONEY ON HORSES AND MULES.
MONEY ON WAUON3 AND CARRIAGES.
MONEY ON PIANOS AND OROANS.
MONEY ON WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS.
MONEY ON MERCHANDISE.
MONEY ON ANY CHATTEL SECURITIES.
MONEY ON goods that remain with you ,
MONEY IF OU WANT NO PUBLICITY.
MONEY IN laige or small amounts ,
MONEY AT LOWEST POSSIBLE HATES.
MONEY IN QUICKEST POSSIBLE TIME ,
MONEY THAT you may pay back at any tlma
and In any amount. Is at ROOM 4 , WITH'
NELL block , cor. 15th and Harney sts.
THE FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO.
_ X-113
' '
MONKY TO 'I/JAW
We will loan you any sum which you wish ,
iir.cll or large , nt tha lowest possible rates. In
tha quickest possible time and for any K-ngth
of time to suit you. You can pay it bark In
puch ln tullmcnl as you wish , when you with ,
und only pay for U us long as you keep It.
You cun borrow on
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND PIANO3 ,
110RSEH , WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS. MERCHANDISE.
OR ANY OTHER SECURITY ,
Without publicity or removal of property.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
SOU SOUTH ISTH STREET.
Flmt Moor above the street ,
THE OLDEST , LARGEST AND ONLY INCOR.
PORATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
. TO LOAN ON HORSES , W AiU.W
ili\l03 \ and furniture of all kinds. Culnet :
ODfMsntlol. J , U. Haddock , room 427 , Hanm
X-KO
MONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL PROP-
crty. Harvln Loan Co. , 701 N , Y. Llfa Hide.
_ X-MS71
UUN18Y TO LOAN. 701 N. Y. LIFE BLDot
X-S4S
BUSINESS OH ANOES.
FOR SALE , $ S , < JOO : < CLEAN'TlAlfDWARE
Block In one of the be t towns In Iowa. Will
tike part cash and balance In long time wl )
secured notes. Lock Box SO , Stuart. Neb.
_ _ _ ' _ Y-M15J { _ _
FRENCH & CO. . ROO'M M BCIIMT2S BLDO. .
Omaha , moke specialty uf t > u lne chancei ;
buy. tell or tiade stocks nf merchandise anil
real cit. < fumlih partners and capital , and
Always lav > 0' > portunltlr for piolltable In-
veni nu , CjrunK them. Y 48J
BUSINESS CHANCES.
Continued.
THE NATIONAL INFORMATION AND EXchange -
change company places Into communication per
sons ilcnltliiK to buy or soil business opportun
ities nnd iifgotlablu securities , makes real ci
tate loans nnd collections ; rites Insurance In
nil Its branches nnd furnishes rellabli' reports
upon values of property In nil parts of the
country. What hnvi > you to offer or what do
> ou want ? S03 First National Bank ImlM'ng ' ,
Omaha , Neb. Y M2CC 4
FOR J230.00 YOU CAN BUY HALF INTEREST
In a money making business. Address 1C 23 ,
Bee. Ir ' UL
WANTED. TO BUY INTEREST AND BECOME
nssoclnted In management established pav.n
busltn'ss In Omaha ; liuvp m ill iired flnanics
largo vvholoml- house ; familiar \\lih ln umnct\
loins , bunking , etc ; references exchanged.
Address 1C 31 , Ilee. Y SI3II
IfOB EXCHANGE.
Rules , lOc n line each Insertion , 41.BO n line per
mouth. Nothing taken for less than Me.
6TOCK OF MILLINERY AND NOTIONS ,
want horses tt cattle. Box 203 , Frankfort , Ind
_ ? - ' _
I OWN 100 FARMS IN NEBRASKA , KANSAS
on I DaUota ; will fell cheap or exchange for mdse. ,
hoises & cattle. Address , box 7p , Frankfort , Ind.
H 123
TO EXCHANGE FOR IOWA , NBHRASKA OR
Missouri land. CO head ot standard nnd non-
utandard stallions , mares and geldings. W. B.
Onks. Silver City , la Z MS32 2 *
FOR EXCHANGE , 12 LOTS IN THRlVlNO
B. vv. Nebraska town , clear. What have you ?
T. & P. . 308 Paxtonblk. _ Z M9S7 _
TO iXCHANOET OMAHA PrtOPERTY FOR
southern or Pacllic coast ptopertv or fnim.
Address K 33 , Be. ' . Y. M4142 *
FOB SALE BEAL ESTATE.
Rates , lOc n. lln.5 first Insertion , Jl.DO n line
per month. Nothing talcen for less than 2oo
BARGAIN. N. E. c6nNnir TH AND "K-K-
ory. F. K. DarllnS. Baiker block It E-123
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE , FINE IM-
proveil stock farm of 230 nc.rea In northwest
Mo. , 23 miles from St. Jpseph , 3 miles from
two railway stations. Will Bell cheap for casher
or good paper , or will exchange for clcnn stock
of meichandlse. Address Bo * A , Rock Port ,
Mo. R E-M21C 3
WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO SELL A CO-FOOT
lot In the north part of the cliy , south und
cast frontage , with a Hue S-room house built
nnd occupied by the owner , for J3.3W , or nt
150. ) less than the actual cost uf the Improve
ments This Is the biggest snap In the city
nnd will undoubtedly be taken soon. Euqulro
nt once of HIP Fidelity Trust Company. 17th
and Fnrnani Sts. HE233-30
FOR SALE , OVER 4,000 CAREFULLY SElected -
lected farms scattered all oner Iowa and Ne
braska. ;
Hundreds of tha most Inviting bargains.
The best and safest Investment to bo found In
America. Any one of these 4iJ9) fntms will earn
a good Interest on the Invesfmnt. I'rU'cs
rouse from 53.00 to JW On per acre. No lists
rent out. No trades. We JMVB the fnnns nnd
the bargains. Cull for particulars. Uoegs &
lllll14ps Farnam strcej. " rlJ ? l9L.mI.
C.F. HARRISON , ! n"2 N.Y.LIFE.
R E-93 M19'
UARGAINS , HOUSES , LOTS AND FARMS ,
cale or trade. F. K. Darling , Uantcr block.
BO YOU WANT A HOME , A COZY LITTLE
farm of 3 to 30 acres , vvheio you cnn attend to
jour business In the city and raise your own
fruit , vegetables nnd poultry and live like a
king when times are haid ? Come quick nnd got
your choice. Terms easy. Add. Box CO Mlll.tid ,
Neb. R E-17i
WI5 HAVE JUST COMPLETED AND WILL
sell at actual cost 2 beautiful six-room modern
cottages , east fiont on S. llth street near
Brownd ! hall. Terms very easy , or will rent
to desirable parties.
Ono ot the 9 cottages wo built during the
last year In Avondale park remains unsold.
It Is a most decided bargain at J3SDO. It has
nil modern Impiovemcnts , Including electric
lighting , one mllx from 1' . O. , all special taxes
paid. Let us show you this property. Terms
easy.
A full lot well located , near motor , for J300 ,
Is a snaii. Wu have two such that can be
sold on monthly payments of J3 each. Either
one Is worth doublu the amount asked. Call
In nnd examine our list seen. Fidelity Trust
Company , 17th and Farnam streets.
ONE 200-ACRE FARM roil SALE. APPLY TO
W. J. Harrison or A. D. Rose , on farm , Blair.
R E MS05
FOR HALE , BARGAIN IF SOLI ) AT ONCE :
1 lot COxlOO , fronting on Hnnscom pirk.
1 lot and house , DOxlOO , fronting on Hunscom
park ,
1 lot nnd barn , COxlOO , near Hnnsrnni park.
There Is a bargain In this piopvrty If sold at
once. Enqulto of John Dale , 209 New York
Life. RE M30I 1
EASY PAYMENTS , 0 ROOMS AND BARN ; 2
blocks from motor line , (1,500.00. Oarvln Bros. ,
210 N. Y. Life. R E M4I3 3
A HOME CHEAP. S-ROOM Ilbusii:7 : 15T7l
Btieet , near Center , $1,300.00. flnrvln Bros. ,
210 N. Y. Life. 11 E M4I5 3
UNDEBTAKEBS AND 3BIBALMEBS
Rates , iy c word first Insertion , Ic a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
II , K. BURKET. FUNERAlTblRECTOR Arfb
embalmer. 1618 Chicago st. Tel 90. 126
MUSIC , ABT ANB LANGUAGE.
Rates , lOo a line each Insertion , Jl.DO a line par
n.cnlh. Nothing taken for lcs , than 25c.
O. F. GELLENBEClcr"RANJOIST AND
Uatl'cr. 18l California t. ul 914
UPHOLSTEBING.
Rates , IHc word first Iq'sertlon , lo n word
thereafter. Nothlnc taken for'tt than 25c.
OLOBE UPHOLBTERINQ CO.iOENERAL. FUR-
nlture repairing ; catlmat/is > > nJ Information
cheerfully given. All wbru called for and
piomHly attended to. ' 2023 Farnahi st.
Telephone 750. 1M
-rf
CITY UPHOLSTERING fiO.-FURNlTf RE
made nnd lepalred , Carpets laid and fuinlturo
patch U and poJUhcd , SWSiJ'iiKiiuii ; tel. 13S3.
2N-M25
1 i , n
PASTUBAGE.
Rates. IHo word first Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken tar jpss than t3c.
WE HAVE IffTACRES OF TintnToRASS PASture -
ture for horses. Board fence ; spring water.
Barton & Pl.clni , Qllmorv , Neb. , or A. W.
I'helpi & Bon , 207 N. Y. Llfa blilg. Telephone
1051. M 959 J21
DBESSMAKING.
Rates , iJSo a word first insertion , lo ft word
thereafter Nothing taken forleia than Z5c ,
DRESSMAKING IN FAMILIES. ADDRESS
Miss Sturdy 428 Nichols street. M 975 MS1
MEDICAL.
Rates. IVSo word flnt Insertion , lo a word
thtl entter. Nothing , taktn for lesijhan 2Jc.
DR. c , v. CROOKS" NEW METHOD "TREAT-
ment ct nervcu , itoinacu , liratt , i07 Be Bldg ,
Sii
BHOBTHAND AND TYPEWBITING.
Hates , 140 word nr t ln rti"n , lo u word
liertaftfr. Nwhlps taken jf"r ! * < than 2J ,
VAN aANTiTsCHOOL OF SIIORTHND TT3
> i. \ . Life , Oma.u. A k ( or Glrculer , M. : ;
HIS WIFE WANTED THE CASH
W , D , Hall Arrested nt Lincoln oa a Judge
ment Debtor ,
SEV N HUNDRED DOLLARS MISSING
Ho ixiliiliu : | > it tlntt Ho Io < t I lie .Moiiny 111
mi Om.ilm Iliith lloiiic Xo\v Citllvil
Upon to I.iiriitu the
1'liiro.
LINCOLN" , April 30. ( Special to The lice. )
W. I ) . Hall , the traveling man arrested
Saturday oil a warrant Issued on coinplnlnt
of his wife , Is In n somewhat cinb.irrasaliiK
position. He hail drawn sumethliiR Ilko $700
( torn the American i\clmngo National bank
In this city. His wlfo claimed that the
money was her own and that ho had no
right to use It. Accordingly she commenced
suit against him for the amount nnd re
covered judgment. The sheriff has been un
able to servo execution pnpsrs , nnd Mrs.
Hall thereupon had her dilatory husband ar
rested aa n judgment debtor. Ho had a
hearing Saturday evening , and In answer to
the rigid ( ] uestlonlng of his wife's attorney
ho claimed that ho drew the money out of
the bank and put It In n safe In the olllco
of AVIso Co. In this city for security. The
next day he said ho transferred It to Woltc-
nmdo's safe , and the next day after that he
took It to Omaha with him. When ho nr-
rlvcd In Omaha ho decided to take a batli ,
nnd whlla sporting tn the luxury of the
bath tub some one stole the money from
his pockets and he had not seen It since.
Ills story was very much doubted by the
attorney , and Hall declared that ho would
take the attorney to the metropolis and
point out the Identical bath house In ulilcli
ho was robbed of over JCOO. Mr. Hall and
Attorney Adams went to Omaha today and
In the meantime the hearing of the case has
been postponed until Wednesday.
WANT THK UOCK ISLAND.
The cltlypns of University Place , the edu
cational suburb nf Lincoln , are anxious to
induce the Hock Island railroad to make that
place one of tlio stations on Its HIT. The
road runs within a mlle of the village , and
the citizens believe that a slight deflection
from the present route could ! > > made with
but llttlo cost and with considerable profit
to the company , Mayor Doccher has cm-
ployed competent engine rs to make meas
urements nnd estimates cf the cost and will
go to Chicago with n committee of prominent
citizens of University Place and lay the [ ) ro-
J ct before the Hock Island ofllclals. Univer
sity Place Is one of the healthiest suburb in
towns of Lincoln and Is without railway
facilities. It has nn Independent city gov
ernment , Is preparing to construct a com
plete system of water works nnd now as
pires to rail connection with the outside
world. It Is the seat of the Wesleyan
Methodist university.
WILLING TO WORK.
Several reports have been circulated that
the mombrrs of the Commonweal army , now
In camp In Lincoln , refuse to accept work
when It Is offered them. This statement
lias been reiterated In the pap-rs unfriendly
to the movement here. Tills afternoon
Commander Duff Issued a card to the people
of Lincoln In which h ? states that any or
all members of the army will accept employ
ment If It Is offered to them In good faith.
Commander Duff \\I11 stait his army on the
road Wednesday mrrnlng at 7 o'clock , and
will walk out of the city If the effort to
securj rail transportation Is not successful.
A subscription paper was circulated this
afternoon and a large amount of money sub
scribed by laboring men and sympathizers to
enable the army to charter a car clear
through to Washington. The company now
numbers slxty-nliu men.
LINCOLN IN BRIEF.
An effort Is being made In Lincoln to or
ganize a state league of Young Men's ChristIan -
Ian association ball clubs , with Hastings. ,
Grand Island , Fremont , Omaha , Heatrlce ,
Crete and York In the circuit. A committee
consisting of John Cochran , A. J , McPherrln
and C. Klmmerer is at work on the project.
District court opened for the May teem
today , none but civil cases being called. The
criminal docket will bo attacked next week.
The bakers of Lincoln have formed a labor
union , with Oscar Peters as president , and a
full corps of olllcerh and members.
A city league of eight of the well known
amateur base ball teams has been formed
for local sport during the coming season.
Lincoln's now wholesale millinery house
will occupy quarters In the Funke opera
house building.
The trial of Green Graveley , charged with
the murder of Charlie Thomas , Is set for
next Monday. Graveley was formerly tried
and convicted of murder In the second de
gree , but the supreme court granted him a
new trial. It Is believed that ho will bo ac
quitted , as the proof Is strong that he killed
Thomas In self-defense.
Ills Chocks Wore Ilogus
BEATRICE , April 30. Allen Alford , a
young man who for a couple of months
past has been In the employ of Kllpatrlck
Bros. & Collins of this city , Saturday evenIng -
Ing and this morning Issued checks to the
amount of $175 , forging his employers' names
BUREAU. SUE1 t OJ. BObiaiTOUS.Hoo
lluildlns , OMAHA. NEB. Ailvloo FREE.
RfflLWRY TIE CHRD
- .
Omaha ) Depot 10th and Mason Kta. I Onmlie
4:45pm. : . . . . . . . . .Chicagoestlbuo ! 950uR ;
9:45um : Cnlcago Expii-ss 4.ipm
7:02pm : Chicago and lena Local 8oOam :
11. : Jam pnclilo Junction Local 5:5opm :
Leaves IBl RLliNU'lUN Ac MO. P.IVER.IArrucj
Omahal Dcpo' 10th and Mqson tits. I Oirnh >
K. C. . ST J. & C. K.
De-pot 10th and Mason Sts.
845am ; . . . .Kaiisin City Day Express S.oipiu
'J.lipm.K. C. Night l''x. via U. P. Tians. UMiun :
Leaves i CHICAGO , R. I. & PACIFIC. lArrlves"
OinahalUnlon Depot lOlh nnd Mason Sts.l Oin.ihi
lOirmm. . Atlantic Expiesa ( ex. Sunday ) . . fliOlpm
G:25pm : . Night Express . G.4'am ' )
4,10pm. . . Chicago VesllhuloJ Limited . . . l:2' : > pm
llJjpm. ; Oklahoma Exp. ( ti > U. B , ex Sun ) . iMoam
- - . - . .
_ _ _ _ WEST. _
B:33am. : Oklahoma & Texns Exp. ( ex Sunll:33am ) :
l:33im. | . . Coloiudo Llmllcil . 4 : 10pm
CeaveiT UNION PACIFIC. ( Arrives
OinahalUnlon Depot , 10th & Mason Sts. ) _ Omaha
9COam. . . . Denver Express . . , J50i ; > m
2Cpm : ! . Overlaml Flyer . i20pin ! ;
8:45pm.Beatrlcn & Stromsb'r Ux ( ex l3unUoam :
t.:40pm . : . Pacific Express . to Ciam
upmu. . . . . .Fust Mall. . . . . . . . . , _ 4:20pm "
LeavesTCHICAGO. MIL. it o'I. PATij. ; iAim
oiiiaiiujl'nlon Depot 1'Jth ' & Manoii Hts | Oinalii
6.33pm" . . " . . . .Chicago"Lliulicd. . " . . . . . . . . tiKSm
ll10am , , . .Chicago Express ( ux. Sun. ) . . . . 6:3'jnm '
Leaves l"F. . , E. & MO , VAbLUi. yAriTTer
Omahal Depot 15th nnd Wcbsmi Hts. | Omnin
SiWam ; . . .Dcadwooil Exprf . 6.1Him |
g,05am ( Ex , but. ) Wyo. Exp. ( Ex. Man. ) 5lupni :
600pm ; , . Norfolk Exprctui ( Ex. Sunday ) . .10:43aiii
tUjOpm. . .St. Paul ExpreM. . , . 9llam : )
Leav"i I CHICAGO iT"NORTII\VidT'N"lArrlrci :
OinnlinlU. P. Dtpot 10th * _ Mttsoubts _ ( _ Omaha
Jl.oSam . ciiUMgii Uipic . . "dilupm
4:05pm : . Vestibule Limited . 920urn ;
C.30pin . Eastern FDer . 2Jipin :
C:30pmIx. : ( Eat. ) . .Chic. Pass. . ( Ex. Moil. ) 9.1'juiu
6.Wam . . . .Mo. Vull y Ixreal . . . . . lO.iJpm
Leaves i ATlSbUCIir PACIl'lC. J7virnva
jjmaliul Depot 15lji nnd _ WubatcrSts. _ JUm.ih i
. . . . . . . LouU "Express . 7. . . . 6 'UOam
lnnOpm ; . St. Ixiulu Express . 4:50pm
5tlOpm.Dally ( ex. Sun. ) NebinnKa I < ocnl. a 1'j.im
leaves ) " C. , ST. P. . I.I. A O lArnvcj"
OiiHhjir- : Depot Uth ' and Webster Sts. I Omaa
"S:06am.T. : . Sioux Clty'Accom ( Ex Sun ) . . . . SiO'pTii
10ooam ; .Sioux 'lty Acooni ( Sun only ) . . s-iiSpm
1315pin.-tiloux ; I'lly Express ( Ex. Hun.ll:53am ) :
6:30prn . St. Paul Limited . 9.40im
7faveTr : fiIUUX CITY & PACIPIO. " " TAiTuTr
iiiialittU.P. | _ Dtpol 10th & Munun 8ts.J _ Om , ' u
" ( i85am ; , , . ' , . . . .BloUx City PaMiiiiur. , . . . " . . lO'SUpm
3ttpm. : . . . . Ut , 1'uul Expiomi . lO.JMin
Uaveif SIOUX Cn'Y & 'l "Al"Fin ; JAirivv * '
_ Oinah ! _ Dep'it llth and Wetsior an , f Omana
"tiJOpu. . nt. Paul Llimicd . . . . o l.i > >
t0pm . . . . . Chicago I.lmlurt . . _ _ J Jua >
OMAHA < k ST. LOUI9.
l' P Urpot 10th Ik M ti'.i rii . l Om ,
"li5pm : .St Ix > uii Cannon U 1l ' " lop
to ( ho same. The forgery was discovered
nt S o'clock this morning , only a few minutes
nflor Alfonl hail loft the city In n carriage ,
accompanied by two yottni ; mtilo frlemla ami
n Rlrl named Miller , The authorltlia wcro
mniriiiil aiiil the wires kept hot throughout
tha ilny.
This evening a mcusaga was received from
the chief of police nt Atchlson , Kan. , saying
ho had Alfonl uinler arroHt. Sheriff Kyil will
no to Lincoln In the mornlni ; to secure the
necessary papers to return the youiiK ninn
to Ueatrlco , Alford's father was wired at
Sheridan , \V'yo. , nnd a reply was received
from him to push prosecution.
Ho disposed of checks for different
amount.i to Clark Drovvnlni : , I'nill Lnnn , J.
R Stcolc. J. K. Smith nnd J. K. Uuldry.
NARROW K.SUAPi : FROAI DEATH.
Kxprrlonri ; of Two Iaiilli'1 In n
( ii.iinl Islitiul iiiVittor. : !
OUAND ISLAND , April CO. ( Special to
The Ilee. ) Last evening Mrs. Orvl , Pike and
Miss llurpcr of IjltchOeld entered the ele
vator In the Security National bank building.
It moved about two feet and stopped. Mrs.
Pike , believing the water force Insulllclent to
carry both , jumped out. The elevator then
began to inovo upward slowly nnd Miss
llurpor attempted to step out of the car , but
was caught between the door nt the wire en-
closuru and the lloor of thu c.tr. Mrs. Plko
with ono hand pulled the down rope , and
with the other attempted to Increase the
weight on the car to keep It down. Though
the movement of the car wus checked , It
still kept slowly moving u | , always tighten
ing upon Miss Harper , whoso head was rest
ing on her knees anil her neck between the
upper side of the door and the car.
A ll-year-old son of Mrs. I'lko comate
to their assistance nnd Riiceeded
In lowering tne car several Inches. Miss Har
per was released from her dangerous posi
tion to immediately fall Into another. When
slio was released nliu fell down the ahnft ,
Retaining full possession of her faculties
she clung to a wire lope and slid down ,
This reversed the motion and the car was
on Its way down. About n dozen men had
cumo In nt this time , and by getting hold
of the right rope nnd by holding the cir as
much ns possible from abuvo It was stopped
before crushing Miss Harper , who was now
Imprisoned In the bottom ot Iho shaft. At
first It was feared the young lady hail sus
tained serious injuries , but she Is able to be
about today , nnd n severe nervous shock
and a slight bruise are the only results.
AVI1.I.IA3I HROfK'h AWFUL DEATH.
Cut to Piuvi-s In : i Sun mill nt Tnlilu
Ruck.
TAVd.R ROCK , Neb. , April 30. ( Special
Telegram to The Ilee. ) A horrible accident
occurred here this noon In which William
J. Drock was killed. He vv.is tending the
saw In Lewis roller's mill when ho sdlppcd
forward over the saw. The engineer saw
him being thrown over and at once stopped
the engine , but there was only one cry nnd
n few gasps and he was dead. The left arm
hung by the siKin , the right leg had thu
bones severed and a deep gash ran for two
feet from his left leg to the center of his
breast. He loaves n widow mid two children.
lie has also two brothers nnd a sister. Only
two men witnessed the affair , Lowls Fellers
and Kdvvin I.yman. The coroner was nt
once notified and hold an Inquest , the ver
dict being accidental death , according lethe
the above facts.
In tliii Interest of Populists.
NELSON , Neb. , April SO. ( Special to The
] jec. ) Hon. John Powers addressed tlio
Nnckolls county alliance In Nelson Satur
day afternoon. The local leaders nnde spe
cial effoits to secure a large attendance at
the meeting , but only 130 greeted the
speaker , many of whom were republicans.
Mr. Powers recited a long story about llnanclal
depression , Corey's armies , money power ,
railroad extortion , millionaires and other
things , but suggested no lemecly for the
many Ills of the country anJ the people.
Ho was accompanied by Hon. Logan Mc-
Reynolds of Clay county. Mr. Powers urged
the necessity of educating the people In
farmers nlllatlco principles , and confessed
by implication that the alliance was losing
Us grip in many places. The local leaders
of this county are making desperate efforts
to hold the alliance together.
Over thirty freeholders , the legal number ,
have peltloned the village board of Nelson
to grant a saloon license to Charles H. Ray
of Hastings , so that after going dry for
many years Nelson seems liable to have n
licensed saloon-j _ _
FatliiT Corhett Still Dulliint.
PLATTSMOUTH , Neb , , April 30. ( Special
Telegram to The Ueo. ) Today's proceedings
in the Corbett-nonncum Imbroglio contained
hcurcely anything of Interest. Lawyer Sul
livan , the bishop's representative , asked to
fllo nn amended petition wlioieupon Judge
Chapman gave the Corbett side leave until
next Tuesday to prepare an answer.
Father Corbett again held services In the
Palmyra church yesterday , regardless of
Judge Chapman's restraining order.
Onvu tliu t'oinpiiny Jlloro Tlmn.
HASTINGS , April 30. ( Special Telegram
to The Dee. ) The city council held a special
session this afternoon nnd passed an ordi
nance granting the now Hastings Illuminat
ing and Fuel Gas company forty-five days
In which to begin operations or forfeit its
charter. _
NcbniHldi Notes.
Hov. Mr. Miller of Chapman has accepted
a call to the Uaptlst church of Ord ,
A Sunday school convention for Cedar
county will bo held at Hartlngton May 12
nnd 13.
The most successful meeting of the Polk
County Sunday School association ha.s just
been held at O ° ceola.
Hov. Mr. Guy has resigned the pastorate
of the Christian church nt Dlller and will
take a tour around the world.
The How ells Journal says less flax will bo
sswii In that vicinity this year than at any
time In the last flvo years , as the crop has
not provc-d a paying one.
Thro ? Dcnkclman bloods , while- out paint
ing the town , took possesblon of the strut-In
nnd opened flro on everything In sight. They
Eliot the lights out of the lamp post nnd did
many other acts of vandalism , yet no arrests
were , made ,
The Stanton canning factory , that has
never been used since It was completed last
season , will probably bo operated this year
If the business men of the town will glvo
the enterprise the propr encouragement.
Thomas A. Crouch , a constable at Graflon ,
was arrested a day or two ago for attemptIng -
Ing to Kill Mary Crouch. Ho Immediately
left the town nnd a diligent search was made
for him at all the towns In the vicinity , nnd
finally he was found at Geneva. Ills uon-in
law uworo out n warrant asking the court
to put him under bonds , as the son-in-law
considered Ills llfo was In danger. Some
people think that ho Is not In his right mind ,
A I'm in lln for Cou lm uml Culilx ,
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the best
medicine for coughy and culds we have ever
sold , " Bays S. Keel & Son of Culd Run , Ky.
It Is a fuvorito bccauso It can always bo
depended upon. It loosens u cold , rol loves
the lungs and cffcclH a permanent curu.
Whooping cough Is not dangerous when this
lomcdy is freely given , as U liquifies tlio
tough inucuH and and makes It easier t ex
pectorate. " 5 and CU-ceiit bottles for sale
by druggists. _
Delegates to the I'resbyterlan general as
sembly at Saratoga , N. Y. , should not purchase -
chase their tickets without Drat obtaining
rates on the Nickel Plato road , which are
always the lowest. For further Information
cull on any agent of that company or ad
dress J. Y. Culalmn , general agent , 199 Cljrlc
street , Chicago , III.
_
Michigan Ton u Hiirneil Out.
FLINT , Mich. , April 30. Tlio village of
Davidson , northeast of thla clly , was visited
by a conflagration curly this morning that
practically wiped out the buslnuxi poitlon
of thu town. Twimty-thrto buildings wt-re
destroyed. The llio was controlled by the
nid of the Flint fire department. I.o u ,
about JoU.iXO. Insurance30,000. } .
DeWltfs Lltltlo LMrly Rlscra. Small pills.
safe pllla , beat pills.
Cheap fixeiirslon , Saratoga and return , on
asion of thu Prexbytorlan general aBSKin-
t l.v meeting , May IT to 29 Inclusive. Take
' ' of the fast through trains on the Nickel
' ( .MO read , leaving Chicago dally. Depot
i , IULT Clark anl 12th Mruou. City ticket
ofti-a 109 Clark street , Chicago.
1IECEATII IS ASKED TO PAY
Deficiency of Over Two Thousand Dollars fu
Ex-Kogistor's Accounts.
CAUSED BY HIRING OF TOO MANY CLERKS
Ho Sujn Illi Monk * Am All , night iiiul
County \Vlll Il.ttn to Kmi-foiiuttlo
nlimnntVlll Appral from ( Inn
of ilutlgo SI-OU'H Doolilimi.
The county commissioners held a sort of
spring huuso cleaning int-ellng yesterday
afternoon , nthlch they settled moat of tha
business which had come up during the p.tst
month.
The flnanco committee , which has been
checking up the account of the ex-roglstcr
of deeds , recommt niletl that T. A. Megeath
bo required to account for and make good
a deficiency of fj,101.22 to the county. The
report of the committee was unanimously
adopted nnd notice will bo served on ox-
Register .Megeath nt once. The alleged de
ficiency Is bald to bo the result of the
register pajlnn- larger salaries and employing
morn assistants than allowed by the law. In
the report It Is alleged that the deficiency
for 1SU2 was $1,470.30 , and for 1S93 $1.112.13.
making $2U12. , but the register paid In
$718.21 on January 30 , ISIM , leaving a balance -
anco duo the county of $2,101,22. Mr. Me-
gi'ilth was Been shortly after thu meeting
hud adjourned and said that the county
would hava to sue him for the amount.
He contends that his accounts arc all right
and that the money spent for clerical hlro
was expended In n legal manner.
The report of the state examiners of
county treasuries was received and placed
on hie. This report covers the period be
tween January 7 , 1S92. and March 5 , 1SOI ,
and Is made under a law\ passed at the last
session of the general assembly providing
for the checking up of thu books of the
county trcasuters once In every two years.
The report showed that the receipts of the
ollice were $2,471,032.71. Disbursements ,
$2,171,632.71 , with available cash and se
curities on hand amounting to $291,530.25.
A communication was received from
Spltrer & Co. of Toledo , 0. , who represent
thu huldeis of $ U,000 ! ) woith of Douglas
county 0 per cent bonds Issued January 1 ,
1SS1 , and duo January 1 , 1001. It Is optional
with the owners of the bonds to take thoni
up any time after the first ten years have
expired. Now the owners of these bonds
propose to exchange their G per cent bonds
for an equal amount of Hi per cent bondi )
to be redeemed In twenty years. They offer
a bonus of ? 00 In addition to the difference
In interest , which will bo almost ? 2,000 per
year for the next seven years. The matter
was taken under advisement by the flnanco
committee.
Illds for bridge work In McvArdle township
were opened and referred to the proper com
mittee. The committee on roads was In
structed to co-opciato with the commis
sioners of Washington county in appealing
from Judge Scott's decision that the coun
ties could not use certain roads not built
on sectional lines without flnt paying the
owners of the land lor their property. As
those ioad.s huvo baen In use for a long tlmo
and there are many other bo-called country
roads which have been laid out over prlvata
property nnd would have to bo paid for out
of the county treasuries under this decision.
It was thought best to appeal the case to a
higher com t.
A. II. Flint of the county clerk's ofilco was
granted a vacation of fifteen days. The as
sessor of the Kouith ward conectcd some
mistakes made in assessing the property In
Ills district. Dr. Williams \viia appointed us
assistant physician at the county hospital.
The application of Jacob Rice for admission
Into the Sailors and Soldiers Homo was ap
proved. The applications of several persona
for appointment as paving inspector were re
ferred. Jenkins' resolution that the con
sideration of any business should ho laid
over for one week If liny one of the com
missioners offered nn objection to immediate )
action caused considerable discussion and was
finally defeated. Repairs not to exceed $200
were ordered on the county hospital. The
balary appropriation bill was passed , and the
commissioners adjourned until 2 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon.
No wine has a purer boquct than Cook's
Extra Dry Imperial Champagne. It Is the
pure Julco of the grapes fermented.
STREETS INIO BOULEVARDS.
rinu Ilciis > c.il Ycstrr.luy by 1'urk Com-
MlHsiolHTS null Clllllllllllll-ll ! ,
A special meeting of the Hoaid of Pork
commlssloneis was held yesterday afternoon
to meet the special committed of the city
council to discuss the question of the con
templated north boulevard. Councllmen
Sanders , Parker nnd Ilechel wore present
and thcro was hut little diversity of opin
ion In regard to the route to bu taken. The
only question at Issue was that relating to
the terms upon which the park commission
was to receive the streets nnd use them foi1
boulevard pin poses. The latter was brought
before the board by the following resolu
tion from Mr. Tukey :
Jlesolvcd , That the Hoard of Park Com-
nilcslonurH heieby figiei.s to accept nnd
maintain us boulevards Nineteenth street
fiom Chicago to Ohio , Uhlo street from
Nineteenth to Twentieth streets , , und Twen
tieth street fiom Ohio Btieet to Ame.s
avenue , whenever thu mnyor and city coun
cil shall comply with the following condi
tions : Firm , the mayor and council to
eniino Twentieth htreet to be opened 100
feet wide fiom Ames avenue Honth to the
south line of Plnchney Hticet ; second , tna
mayor and council to cause said street to
be gradeil to n unlfmm ( trade ; third , tne
mayor and council to dedicate said streets
as boulevards and place them under tha
chat go nnd control of the park commission.
Thorn was some discussion na to the ad
visability of starting the boulevard from a
point further .south than Ctimlng street , as
It was feared that the board might become
entangled In the controversy between the
city nnd residents In regard to the decaying
wooden block pavoinent on Nineteenth street
South of Cumlng. Dr. Miller nnd Council
man Paikcr wcro strongly In favor of bring
ing the boulevard as tar Into the heart nt
the city as possible , the l.itttr saying that
his Idea was to eventually bring the boule
vard down Chicago street to Fifteenth nnd
then south on Flttocnth to connect with the
southeast boulevard. The resolution was
finally passed as offered by Mr. Tukoy
It Is the Intention of the bouid , us well
as the members of the cummlttoo of the
council , to build the road bed out of blnqk
dirt or clndur material , which will he kept
well rolled und sprinkled. The council IB
cxpecteil to pass an ordinance prohibiting
heavy traffic on thu projected bouluvard. In
connection with the ono tnrnlni : the streets
ovur lu the park commission. Tha boule
vard , when completed , will alford 11 direct
drive to connect nt Twentieth street aid )
Ames avenue with the boulevard loading out
from Miller park.
Tin : UIAITV : .MAIIUT. :
INSTRUMENTS placed on record April 30 ,
1891 :
WAHUANTV mnr : > rt.
Tom Kcwnnl tn Aithur Kust , lut r . Moil ;
9 , mili'llv nf l.lwk 30 , AlliilKhl'n Choice , . } ) ' >
A J Himo t Y 11 1M\I , lut G , Ki'lly'M '
n.ld .
It II Fl'iy.I ' til Hummrr & I'lDllu , MucUx 1
to 8 , ViTliim Hi'lKhtH . ,
I ! H ji-atur iiiul wlfu to l/iula llniiniuln ,
W ' / ) uf lot \ , Muck K , Hhlim'n 21 lull. . . . 1 ,7W
i ; M Iti-v | mill liurlmml to r W MtMnzcr , ,7Wn
lut IB , Muck 4 , mitrl'ltm ' I'Inoc . < \n \
A I.aniauikh t < i A O I'aulHoii rl al , w > l
of MO mv 2-1'-U , H V , of HW 3M3-1.I , n 1-1
( if mv 31-13-13 , IUIH 1 lu li. Mock 33 ; lain
1 n , I , block 40 , ifouth Oumlia : n > j uf
no 30-15-U .
FV llrllti nti'l ' wlfx to Wllllnm llwhnc ,
lut IS , blink B. ClmoiilHlu full. . . 1
\Vlllluin Jlixi'inu to Mill. i M Iti-.lH ' , wiliw , , \
J W Martin ami wlfo to C il ( liiu , lot
13 , Cain IMiicH . 1
\VjnU-llullanl Lumber < OIIIIFUI ) ' toV ( J
Jlllllanl , lut I , block 8 , Poppli'lon p.uk. . . . 3,11)
uiiis. : :
Alfred Plzty ( vpvclNl inati > r ) to Julm
Ciumlcli , lulu 13 uml 11 , block I , Am < M
I'lui'H . 394
J NV llnuilur ( p clul iiumliT ) to Dill-
inuiith guUiiKH Uinlt. lot ) 1 nnd 2 , Mori !
2 , XVInu & I1' * mid .
QUIT CLAIM UIIDH
C W Jlnnilliun anil wlfu to Unlteil Stnioi
Niiiiuii.il Imnk , w H uf lot 3 , block IK ,
Omaha . .
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