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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY. MAY 9 , 1891.
Ailvfrtlncment * for thfiws column * will fo Uken
until 12.20 p. m. for the evcnlnir nml until t:00 : p.
m. for Ih * tnornlnn nnd Humlny coition * .
Advertlnera , l > y rofiuMllnif a mimlwntl check ,
nn hiwe nn wcr ndilr ( > o < "l to n numbered letter
In enr < of The tie * . An w nno ntlilrruM will
li delivered upon prenentntlon nt the check.
nntm , IVSc word nrat Insertion , la * word
thereafter. Nothing tftk n for less than Ke.
SVANTKD. JY LVOY oiAr . HiTtTATfoN AS
hounckecpcr In family where other help In Itept !
widower's family preferred. A-Urean K 61. Ife.
A MCM JO *
IITHADV'MAIIlilKI ) MAN , OKNKKAIWOUK
of any kind. Adtlrcim K 59 , Omaha Ile < > .
[ WANTHD , 11Y A WOMAN , SITUATION A3
hoiuek-vper In mall family. 402 H. 16th rtrcct ,
ruom CT. A-M63C *
WANTED MALE HEM >
Ratei , IHc word first Insertion , lo ft word
thereafter. Nothing tnken for ICM than 25c.
SOUC1TOI18. TKAM8 FtmNI8lfib * INHTAI.L-
mcnl Roods. American Wringer Co. . 1609 How-
nrd St. H-3.0
lAOHNTO , BALATIY OH COMMISSION. TIIR
Kronti * it Invention of the ngr. The New Pat-
rnt Chemical Ink limning Pencil , Bella on
I ultrht. Workn llko m.iKlc. Acents nrc making
J25.00 to J121.00 per week. Tor further par-
I tlculnri wilte the Monroe Hraaln ? Mfff. Oo. . _ X
S6 , La Cro o , Win. 11 3 1
pALiHiMRir To finM. HAKINO rownnn.
Wo put our KcxxliIn glass rolllni ? pins. JCO.OO
month nml exponies , or commission. ChlcARO
llnklnK 1'owdei Co. , 767 Van lluren street.
Chlcngo. -M70I Mil *
K"oo"bl ) BAI.F.SMAN IN BVIJHY TOWN IN
lown nnd cnslorn Nehrnskn. AiMrees , The
Iluwks Nursery Co. , Milwaukee , WIs.
. MEN TO TAKH ORUKIlfl IN CITY
on Hilary : former experience not reaulred.
Apply nt , 151B Douglas. _ 11-MMO M23
TVrANTKE . LAIlOnnn.S AND T11AM3TEH3 ON
Ihe II. & M. Ily. extension In Montana anil
Wyoming. Tree transportation. Kramer &
O'Hcarn. labor agency , Hth and Farnnm Mreets.
. WANTED. A PIANO PLAYER.
preferred. 103 N. 9th. _ 11-MMt
BALEH.1fAN WANTED IN T.VEIIY COUNTY
- to B II clgnrs hy unmple to dealers , fanmry or
commission. Experience unnecessary. Andres * ,
with 2o Btnmti , Sterling Cigar Co. . 113 Adams
Btrcot , Chicago. 111. H-M8O 11'
ALESMAN WANTKD TO 8EI.I , OUIl GOODS
liy snmple to the wholesale nnd retail trndo ;
m > ll on night to , every ImMno.is man or linn ;
liberal Hilary ; money advanced for advertising
nnd expenses ; permanent position. Adclre ,
with stamp , King Mfg. Co. , C-42 , Chlcnpp. III.
, 8. J. I1HODEUICK. 11TH AND PAIl-
nam. 11 MC51 10
ffllAVEUN'O MEN VISITINO THE IIAUD-
wnnnrid Implement dealers In Nebraska can
procure a hlg paying side line that requires
lint mil" tlmo by addressing Lock Itox 281 ,
Omaha , Neb. II MMt 15 *
CANVASSER WANTED TO INTRODUCE OUR
poods In Omaha. Exceptional Inducement to
really capable man. Haley , 12i5 Elm New
D MfiCS *
WANTED FEMALE HELP
Rates , lV4c word , first Insertion , Ic a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
LADIES WAITING OIRL3 Al'I'LY AT THE
Scandinavian Young Ladles' borne , 33W Cumlng.
O-M3M 10 *
"BEST OP WAGES TO COMIETENT GIRL ;
must be good cook and laundress. Sirs. J. M.
Tlmraton. 2103 Fnrn.im. C 205
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL. GENERAL
housework ; 2 In family. Apply 1112 S. 10th st.
JWANTED , A COMPETENT GIRL FOR SECond -
end work , with city references. 1120 Park
avenue. _ C M52S
.WANTED. GIRL WHO WILL HELP KVEN-
Ings nnd Sundays In family of two for her
room. Addieas box C94. city. O-MM3 3 *
( WANTED. rTfllL TOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. 2711 Howard street. C MCM 10'
[ WANTED. G I RL FOR GENERAL JIOUS re
work. Call SM N. ISth , 1 p. m. . or after 7 p. m.
U C34-9 *
IA. COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEwork -
work with references. Mrs. W. E. Hamilton ,
JOM Georgia Ave. _ . _ C C61 8
QIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 1222
. N. 22d street , city. C MCC6 8
P"WANTED. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
rwork. . . References required. 1130 S. 23th street.
C MC7J 12'
WANTED. A COMPETENT GIRL KOR GEN-
cml housework ; small family. Apply nt 3116
Chicago stiect. _ C MC71 8 *
AGENTS. ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW AND
best sellers In lailles1 Rood * . Write tod.iy ; It
will pay yon. Ladles' Supply Co. , 3118 Forest
avenue. Chicago. _ C M676 9 *
FOB BENT HOUSES.
nates IVic word first Insertion , le n word
thereafter. Nothing token for less than 2Sc.
FINE FLAT lN " 5LotISEH BLOCK AT 703 S.
ICth ot ; range and alt other conveniences ; IZ9.
George Clouser , room 2. 1623 Farnum st.
FOR RENT. g-HOOM URICK ; ALL MODERN
Improvements , 29th and Izard , one block from
Walnut Hill motor , 125.00. Inquire Cjmp-
trollcr's oBlcc. _ D--S33
HOUSES , P. K. DARLING , BARKER BLOCK.
HOUSES IN ALL PAIIT3 OP THE CITY. THE
O. F. Davis company. 1505 Farnnm. D SS3
C-ROUM COTTAGES , MODERN. CHOICE IN
Stanford Circle. C. 8. Elguttcr , 20t IJee build-
Ing. D 334
FOR RENT. CHEAPEST 6-IIOOM COTTAGE !
with bath ; In city , 111.00. 3033 California street.
IlENTAL AGENCY. D07 IJROWN 1JLOCK.
FIRST CLASS. WELL LOCATED HOUSES. L.
S. Skinner. 310 N. Y. Life. D 350
4-ROO&T SIODERN FLATS. 2DTH AND LEAV-
enworth. J. W. Squire. 2IS Ilee bldg. D 357
CLEAN ! COMFORTABLE. CONVENIENT.
moderate rentals ; best 3 nnd 4-room suites for
housekeepers only. References required. Also
C-room suite In tenement. 810 3. 22d st.
Lf FOR RENT. S-IIOOM HOUSE , MODERN , FUn-
nlshed or unfurnished. 1112 8. 10th street.
" "ijl. , _ D 35 }
KELKENNEY&CO..R. 1. CONTINENTAL BLK.
NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE , J19.00 PER MONTIL
U S. Skinner. 310 N. T. Life.
cuoici : IIOMK. uiniiT HOO.MS AND IIAHN *
nlco Inwn , dty water nml southeast front ; 1
lilock Bouth of I iivenworth on 3Sth nvenue :
J55.00. Apply to f ! ' Perry , on premises.
1 > MiM
x ou HUNT. 35.oo rnn MONTH , no I.AFAY-
* lte nvcniiR , 7 rooms , furnace , linth. hot anil
colil water , clnsct , KUS. electric llghtlnc njipll-
nnccs. etc. Ilenutlful lawn , treen , etc. Klilellty
Trust company , 170J Farnam street. D M515
von IIINT ; | OOOD Din'ACiiRD NINB-UOOM
' " "W. aai.Cniiltol > enuB. Alio 9-room house.
2523 Cnpltol nvenue. 1J. II. Ituhlson. loom 7.
Comm < iy.il | National. D M853
6-ltOOM MODKUN COTTAQB. U.VWN AND
simile. Sll Miami street D 11431
S-IIOOM "lIOr.SK. AT.L MODnilN IMPnOVK-
ments , beautifully located ; rent reasonable.
013 So. 27th Hi. D HT
BIX Oil TKN.noOM HOUSra. MOUH11N IN
every respect. Keys , KOI Capitol nvo.
- = * D-452-8 *
/.AT. C ROOMS. 2D FLOOR. L.INTON nLOCK.
13th and Mason. 17 per 1110. Iniiulro 311 Llnton
hloclr. D 4V4
HOUSE MODERN ; INCLUDING
range ; 311 ! ) Cas * . Cheap to good tenant. E. A.
Northup , tax der > t. , It. & M. It. H.
RENT. VERY CHEAP. TOlTlUEB
montln from Juna 1 , heiuitlful furnished D-roam
council on Park nvenuv , with piano nnd all
inodcrii Impiavements. Inquire J. A. Sunder-
land , Omaha Coal , Coke and Lime Co
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -
NEW TWO-BTORY SIX-ROOM HOUSE , BOTH
city nnd cistern water , large l.twn. ISIh ,
uouth of Mandersun. D COO 10 *
3TOB BENT FURNISHED BOOMS.
IUo word Hrst Insfrtlon. la a word
thereafter. Nothing taken tor Ittu than 25c.
HOOM3 AT u
uruet. E-SS MIS'
JiICELY"FURN7sHi:0 FRONT ROOMS. WITHer
or without boa l U. Call at 2107 Douglas st.
t _ _ _
BURNISHED ROOM ; GENTLEMAN. 2017 HAR-
ney street. U Ci5.u
_ _ _
DKS1UAULE FURNISHED BOUTH FlioNT
rwms , modem cun nlences. 1823 Chicago
stri-t-t. ' 13 M577 10
_ _ " " _
von RKNT" . A LAROU , SOUTH R < ? bu A7r mi
Dod str t. U-M 7
MICBI.Y Kl'RNISliED ipTiuTolt ! TERMS
Ifai.inuMc. 13JI Furnum. E M5SI D *
EIlY PI.KASANT ROOM. INQUIRE
Fl'RNISHKD ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE.
k plng m North ISth btittt. E MO8
Fl'RNHIIKD nOOu"DAT U. J .W. Mil FArT-
nam > trtt.
FOB BENT FUBNISHED BOOMS.
FOR RENT. AT ZfiM DODGE , A LARGE. BAY
window , second story front room , for 112.00 a
month. No other roomers and no children.
FOR RENT , I'RONT ROOM WITH ALCOVE ,
for 1 or 1 gentlemen , at C2 < 8. 26th nve.
E 171 9
FUBNISHED BOOMS AND BOABD.
Hates. IMc word first Insertion , lo n word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 2Sc.
YOUNG"wbMEN78 HOMn. UNDER CARE OF
Women's Christian association. Ill S. 17th st.
ROOM WITH BOARD. PRICE MODERATE ,
2406 Cam. F-l 18 M22
LARGE ROOM , EITHER NORTH OR SOUTH
exposure. In private family , with board. Apply
2221 Dodge street. F-M34J
DESIRABLE ROOM WITH BOARD IN PHI-
valu family. 706 N. nth. F < IC-8'
ROOM AND BOARD. 2413 CAPITOL AVE.
1--MS75 12 *
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS , SINGLE OR
en sully , with board. I'M Dodn . T M678 11 *
FOB BENT-TJNJFUBNISH'D BOOMST
Ilatpi. 1V48 word first Insertion , Ic n word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 23c.
4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS , SUITABLE FOR
housekeeping , city wnter. etc. , low rent ; north
west corner 17th nnd Webster st. O 361
5 UNFURNISHED CHAMBERS FOR HOU8E-
keeplng to uian and wife ; no children ; 31) N.
2 FRONT ROOMS. 1GW LEAVENWORTH ST.
G M6I7 11'
THREE PLEASANT ROOMS AND KITCHEN.
2022 Howard street. O M639 9 *
FOB BENT , STORES AND OFFICES
Rates. IWc word first Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than23c.
18 MONTHS LEASE OF STORE. SM 8. 17TH.
FOR RENT. THE 4-STORY BRICK BUILDING.
916 Farnam st. The building has a fireproof
cement basement , complete steam heating fix
tures , water on nil Moors , gas , etc. Apply nt
the olllce of The Bee. 1 01"
DESK ROOM CHEAP , FRONTING PAlNAIL
Room 2. 1C23 Farnam street. I M614
AGENTS HUSTLERS ; BIG MONEY. APPLY
room 43S. I'axton block. J 372 M18 *
AGENTS. BOTH SEXES ; TEN INDISPENSAble -
ble articles ; ictall for 15.10 ; absolutely free to
our demonstrated rustlers. The Claims Shear
Co. . Kansas City , Mo. J M623 June 80 *
WANTED , GENERAL AGENTS AT OMAHA.
Fremont. Grand Island , Norfolk nnd Beatrice
for the Union Central Life Insurance company.
} 2,0 < X > ,000.00 In force In Nebraska. Renewal
contracts. Address J. M. Edmlston. state agent ,
Lincoln. Neb. J-M878 M19
AGENTS WANTED , BIO MONEY. WRITE
for particulars to A. M. Sceman & Co. , Lln-
coln , Neb. , 122 North 14th. J M5C1 Mil'
AGENTS : THE COMBINATION DIPPER , FUNnel -
nel , fruit jar filler and strainer ( two sizes ) ; 4
articles In one. Address It. W. Brandon , 1120
Washington avenue , St. Louis , Mo.J
J M312 11'
WANTED AGENTS IN NEBRASKA AND
Iowa to sell the Moss & Hlllynrd patent farm
ers' handy egg case at reduced price ; big
money In It for the right man. Apply \V. T.
Letts , sole manufacturer of the farmers' Imndy
ctrg cose , St. Joseph , Mo. J 537 J5
DESK -ROOM. WM. j ! WELSIIANS , 331
Board of Tiade Bldg. J 5DI
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY CITY AND
town to handle "The Story of the Common
weal. " The fastest selling book ever published.
110.00 a day can be averaged by good agents.
Samples , 25c , Call or write for terms. W. B.
ConUcy company , 341-351 Dearborn street. Chl-
cage , 1111. J M600
AGENTS WANTED A FEW GOOD AGENTS ;
for particulars call at room 4S Brunswick
hotel after 9 o'clock today. J MG3S 10'
WANTED. AGENTS TO TAKE ORDERS BY
sample at home or to travel. Expenses nnd
good salary or commission to right party.
Apply nt once for samples. Address Lock
Box 1351 , N. Y. City. J
Rates , lV5c word flrst Insertion , Ic n word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 23e.
RUNT REDUCED ON HOUSES AND ROOMS.
3 good rooms. $5.00 ; 4 rooms , rental , S10.00.
Cottages from J5.00 up. Printed list. G. F.
Butts , 220 S. 17th street. L M773 MIS
Rates , IHe word flrst Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
STORAGE FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODsT CLEAN
and cheap rate. It. Wells , 1111 Farnam.
STORAGE.WILLIAMS & CROSS , 1211 IIARNEY.
STOVES STORED DURING THE SUMMER.
1207 Douglas. Omaha Stove Repair works.
MIDI May 81
WANTED TO BUY.
Rates , Hie word flrst Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
HIGHEST PRICE FOR 2D-HAND Fl/RNITURE.
carpets , etc. S. II. Brown. 320 N. 16th. Tel. 1711.
RETAIL LUMBER YARD. NEB. OR WESTERN
Iowa. Address P. O. Box 652. David City , Neb.
N 170 M24
CASH PAID FOR SECOND-HAND FURNIture -
ture , carpets , etc. I. Brussell , 710 & 712 N. 16th.
WANTED. TO BUY , FOR FARM USE. TWO
good , sound teams , horses or mules , weighing
over 1,3)0 pounds , not over 8 years old. Must
l > o In good condition , nnd no scrubs. N. E.
Dllrance , 414 S. 17th street. Omaha.
WANTED , TO BUY A SECOND-HAND SAFETY
bicycle. Give price , when bought , where
bought , name of machine. Address K. carrier
35 , Omaha. N MC79 10
FOB SALE FTJBNITTJBE.
Rates , lOo a line each Insertion. (1.50 a line per
month. Nothing taken for less than 2Jc.
QUANTITY OF NICE FURNITURE FOR SALE.
2537 SI. Mary's nvenue. O M618 12'
Rates. l\ic \ ward flrst Insertion , la a word
thereafter. Nothing token for less than 2Sc.
GENTLE FAMILY HORSE. PHAETON AND
Imrncsd cheap. Enquire evenings or Sunday.
1719 N. 13th street. P G3S 14
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SIDEWALK , BRICK. AND TILE. WM. J. WEL-
shans , 331 Board of Trade building.
Q M723 Mil
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BICYCLES
cheap. F. E. Bell. 907 N. Y. Life. Omaha.
BALED HAY FOR SALE. THE STANDARD
Cattle company , Ames. Neb. , have 2ouO tons
of good barn-stored hay for sale. All orders
tilled promptly. Q 368
A GOOD MILK COW FOR" SALE. ENQUIRE
123 South 2.Hh St. city. Q C6J 8
4 SMALL COTTAGE HOUSES TO BE MOVED.
Milton Rogers & Sons. Q 037 14
FOR SALE , A SECOND HAND SODA WATER
fountain , nlmost ns good ns new ; cheap. Call
at No. 734 North 24th street , South Omaha.
Rates , IVic word flrst Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
FOR LEASE , E AND 1 < ACRE TRACT8. HOGGS
& II111. R-M50a 14
WANTED A GOOD HORSE FOR HI8 FEED
that Is gentle for a lady to drive In buggy or
family carriage. Address T. 11. , 1715 South
16th street , Omaha. Neb. 11 654 8
Rates , U-jo word flrst Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
MRS. DR. II. WARREN , CLAIRVOYANT. REliable -
liable business medium ; 7th year at 119 N. 16.
MASSAGE. BATHS , ETC.
UADA&1B SMITH. (03 & UTII. ID FLOOR ,
room 3. Massage , vapor , alcohol , steam. iul-
phurtne and sea baths. T MM1 ! !
MAUAMK BROWN. 1114 CAPITOL AVENUB.
Id floor , room 4. muaac , alcohol , sulphur and
sea buths. T M47110
HaUs. IHo word flrst Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for Us * than 2So.
MASSAGE. UADAitK"BERNARD. . 1419 DODGE.
UM 407 16'
MADAME I.A ROOK , MASSAGE. 323 N. 16TII
parlurs 12 and 13. U M6J114"
< JKT MARRIED. SEND I'OR 1IY BIO PAFfilTl
hundreds of ud\ertlsers want hushundi and
wives. Mailed sealed for stamp. W. H. Har-
_ beck , Denver. Colo. U M323 m30'
_ _ _
MASSAGE TREATMENT ! ELECTRO-THER"
mat baths. Scalp & hair treatment , manicure &
chlropoJli. Mrs. Post , } 19)i ) S 15th , Wlthntll bile.
U 36 }
COMPOUND OXYGEN CURES ASTHMA ,
bronchitis , consumption , cntnrrh , etc. Three
daj-j free at It 13 , Douglas blk , 16th nnd Dodge
VIAVI , HOMB TREATMENT FOR LADIEs !
Health book A consultation free. Addresi or
call Vltivl Co , suite 3l8Be bldg. Lady attendant.
GOOD SAMARITAN REMEDY COMPANY.
304 N , 16th street , cure chronic diseases of
either nex or money refunded ; $1.OT per month ;
send stamp or cell ; want lady agent.
U MOW M21'
HAVE THE STATE HOTEL. 1301 TO 131 !
Douglns street , newly refurnished ami refitted
In first clnai order. Would be pleased to have
the public give me their patronage. Open alt
_ hours. Mrs. J. F. Reid. U 4
YOUR PAST , PRESENT AND FUTURE READ
by lady clairvoyant. 63S 8. 17th. U M56I 12'
LADIES' ( RUBBER. NEVER FAILS ) 10 O , N.T.
pink pills mailed 11.00. Ladles' Bazaar , Oniahn.
U 653 J 7
MONEY TO LOAN BBAL ESTATE.
Rales. l'4c word flrst Insertion , lo n. word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c ,
of time , from thirty days to llv ! years. Reed
& Belby , 334 Board of Trade. Wnrtants bought.
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. . 3H N.Y.LIFE ,
loans nt low rates for choice security on Ne
braska nnd Iowa farms or Omaha city property.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Brennan , Love & Co. , I'axton blk.
\ \ 371
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ON
Improved nnd unimproved Omahii real c atc ,
1 to 6 years. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Fnrn.im.
WANTED , APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS.
D. 7.lttle , Brown block , Omaha. W
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property ; J3.0W & upwards , B tn 6H per rent ; no
delays. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 Farnam.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. WARRANTS-GOOD
notes , etc , bought. Onrvln Bros. , 210 N. Y. Life.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES THE
O. F. Davis Co. . 1305 Farnam st. _ -3 ' 6
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS IN DOUGLAS ,
Improved nnd unimproved Omaha real estate.
Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farnam St. \V-37J
OMAHA LOAN & TRUST CO. , 16TH AND
Dougla * street' , loan money on city nnd farm
property at lowest rates ot Interest. * W 377
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED ON
or bought. F. C. Chesney , Kansas City , Mo.
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA PROPERTY
and Nebrnkn farms nt from C to 7 per cent.
W. B. Melkle , First National bank hmldlng.
UNITED STATES MORTGAGE CO. OF NEW
York. Submit choice loans lo F. S. Pusey ,
ngcnt. First National bank building.
W M223 m21
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS !
Rates , IWc word flrst Insertion , Ic n word
thereafter , Nothing taken for less than 25c.
MONEY TO LOAN
We will loan you nny sum which you wish ,
email or large , nt the lowest poslble rates. In
the quickest possible time , and for any length
of time to suit you You can pay It back In
such installments as you wish , when you wish ,
and only pay for It 03 long as you Keep It.
You can borrow on
OR ANY OTHER SECURITY ,
without publicity or removal of property.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. ,
WW SOUTH 15TH STREET.
First llooor above the street ,
THE OLDEST , LARGF.ST AND ONLY INCOR
PORATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
? v 3S3
WILL LOAN MONEY ON ANY KIND OF SE-
curlty ; strictly confidential. A. E. Harris ,
room 1 , Continental block. _ X 3SO
MONEY LOANElToN FURNITURE , PIANOS.
nil articles of value. Fred Tony , 430 Ramgo
THE PLACE TO BORROW
MONEY ON WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS ,
MONEY ON MERCHANDISE ,
MONEY ON ANY CHATTEL SECURITIES ,
MONEY ON goods that remain with you ,
MONEY IF YOU WANT NO Pl'llLIClTr.
MONEY IN LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS ,
MONEY AT LOWEST 1TOS.HII1LE RATES.
MONEY IN QUICKEST POSSIBLE TIME ,
MONEY TO LOAN ON HORSES. WAGONS"
pianos nnd furniture of all kinds Business
confidential J B. Haddock , room 427 , RamRO
block. _ -
MONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL PROP-
erty. Harvln Loan Co. , 701 , N. Y. Life building.
X H-t 1
Rates. lV5c word flrot Insertion , lo n word
thereafter. Nothing token tor less than 25c.
FRENCH & CO. . ROOM ! U SCHL1TSS BLDG. ,
Omaha , make n specialty of business chances ;
buy , sell or trade stocks of merchandise and
real estate , furnish paitners and capital , and
always have opportunities for profitable In
vestments. Consult them. Y 163.
FOR SALE. THIRTY-FIVE SHARES OF
American District Telegraph stock. This Is
dividend-paying stock nnd can be bought cheap.
Address , Jas. Donnelly , Jr. , 409 Shcely block.
Y 199 10'
WANTED , TO BUY INTEREST AND BECOME
associated In management established paying
business In Omaha ; have managed finances
large wholesale house ; familiar with Insurance ,
loans , banking , etc. ; references exchanged.
Address K 31 , Dee. Y MS4I _
THE NATIONAL INFORMATION AND Ex
change Co. . 203 First Nat'l bank , Omaha , ne
gotiators of business opportunities , have cus
tomer with J20.000.00 to 123,000.00 for a bank :
Interest In paying Insuiance agency ; $5,000.00
stock general merchandise$1DOO.OO ; groceries.
We offer for sale II.000.00 corporation stock
paying 14 per cent ; art store In plendld condi
tion ; W.KW.CO stock groceries ; cigar and con
fectionery store. Y M5S3 10
FOR SALE STOCK SHELF HARDWARE.
For particulars call at 1,217 Fnrnam street.
Mrs. Ellle D. Bowman , administratrix.
Y M530 12 *
RARE OPPORTUNITY ; CLEAN STOCK OF
hardware In town of 1,200 In the Willamette
valley , Oregon , for ualo Immediately ; J3.500.00
cash required. Address box D5 , Brownsville ,
Ore. Y MC1S 13 *
J200.00 WANTED A PARTNER WITH J200.00
to open a factory to manufacture California
fruit elder by a new process. Big money In
It. Address K Cl. Bee. Y M6I5 9 *
FOR SALE , CHEAP FOR CASH , CIGAR AND
4-chalr barber shop. Inquire 121 N. 15th.
Y M677 10 *
STOCK. JEWELRY AND MILLINERY. IN
best town , M ) Inhabitants. In north central Ne
braska. About J900.00 buys both. Will Invoice
separately. No opposition. Also business house.
Normal and business college here. Address
Key Box No. B , Scotia , Neb. Y M6S9 10 *
FOR RENT , A COMPLETE 11ESTAURANT. IN
one of the best hotels at Fremont. European
plan. Paying business. G. C. 1C. , CO I W. 6th
street , Fremont , Neb. Y M670 11 *
SUCCESSFUL SPECULATION OPEN TO ALL.
Try our syndlcnto system of speculation ; In
crease your Income ; Information free. Send
for circular. Thompson & Dorr Co. , 38 Wall
street , New York. Incorporated under the laws
of tha state of New York. Capital , J100.000.
Y-MC73 9 *
I OWN 100 FARMS IN NEBRASKA , KANSAS
and Dakotaiwlll sell creap or exchange for mdso. ,
horses & cattle. Address box 76 , Frankfort , Ind.
WANTED , TO TRADE A NICE COTTAGE ,
with two lota , situated In Florence , and free
from Incumbrnnce , for a good home In the
city. Will assume Incumbrance or pay dlffer-
ance. H. Hall. Florence , Neb. Z-MI78 10 *
STOCK OF MILLINERY AND NOTIONS ;
wont horses & cattle. Box 293. Frankfort. Ind.
ONE-QUARTER SECTION GOOD FARM LAND
Hi mllm from rallioad town , to exchange for *
stock of millinery or notions. AddrciM lock
box M2. Chadron. Neb. 7. M605 12 *
TO EXCHANGE. AN EXTRA NICE 10-ROOM
modern liouad In Council Bluffs , with' largo
and handsome grounds , for lands or other prop
erty. Cash > alue of this property , JlO.OuO.W.
Owner has no use for It nnd will vivo bargain
for good rental property or land. H. G.
McGee , 10 Pearl street. Council Bluffs. C3i n
WANTED. J5.000.00 TO J10.0M.OO STOCK CLEAN
nuioe. for clear land and nates. Do not write
unless you want to sell. Addrens lock box 61 ,
Gothenburg. Neb. K M647 11 *
FRESNO COUNTY. CALIFORNIA , UNIMproved -
proved raising grape land , clear of encum
brance , for a stock of merchandise In city or
country ; will pay some cash. Address K 60.
Bee. " Z-M6IO 9 *
MUSIC , ABT AND LANGUAGE.
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thereafter. Nothing taken for Im than lie.
G. F. GlLLENlfEclc ! BAN JOIST AND
teacher. 1819 California st. (11
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thereafter. Nolhlngtaken _ for less than c.
FRED MOHLE , 1J17W FARNAu ! oT"
FOB SALE BEAL ESTATE.
ItntPii. liio word first InWtlon , lo n word
thereafter. Nothing taken for Ifss than 23c.
BARGAIN , N , E. CORNEH t > TH AND HICK-
ory. F. K. Darling , Barker block. RE 3SJ
BARGAINS , HOUSES , UT8 AND FARMS ,
sale or trade. F. 1C. Darling , Barker block.
It E 385
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FARM LANDS. C.F. HARRISON , 9H N. Y7L1FR
* U E 893 M19 *
DO YOU WANT A HOME. A COZY LITTLE
farm of 3 to 30 ceres , where you cnn attend to
your business IP the city and rnlse your own
fruit , \cgctab1c49 nnd pnuttrt"hnd llv llko n
king when times are hard" Come quick nnd get
your choice. Terms easy. Add. Box 64 Mlllnrd ,
Neb. ' R E-172
FARM tj\ND3. G P. HARIlISJNm N.Y.HFH
"CUT Jl.000.00 ON PRICES OF EACH OP MY
houses , obliged to sell something , "
Instruction * just received from eastern owner
referring to three bentitlful mi-lorn cottages
erected two y-ars ngo , containing furnace ,
bath , clnsel , lul nnd cold water , marble wash
stand , with stwer connections , etc.
All of these are excellently located , one on
paved street , near motor , with m ld d yards ,
etc. Present price , J3.000.W to J3.GOO.W.
Call nt once If you want one of these homes nt
ft rare bargain. Fidelity Trust Company. 1702
R E-8DO 18
C , 10 AND 20-ACRE TRACTS. 2H MILKS EAST
of Council Bluffs , nt J100.00 to 5.W.OO per ncrc ,
HUltnble for fruit gardens and hornet. Day
& Hess. Council Bluffs. R E-MI31 J3.
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thereafter. Nothing taken for less Ihnn 25a
LOST , A BLACK ACCOUNT BOOK. RETURN
to 1217 Pnrnnin street M-C33 S'
STOLEN" , FROM THE fiTAXDARD CATTLE
Co. , Ames , Neb. , on or about Mnich 2) , 1S94
one light bay horse , grade Perchoron. S
vcnra old. 1G hands high , weight iibout 1,201 ;
branded on left shoulder with small bar clrcl * .
The Stnndnnl Cattle Co. will j-ay n rowntd of
J2J1.09 for the recovery of * the home nn I ar
rest nnd conviction of the thief. Ioit 6VI 10
LOST. IN CENTRAL PART OF CITY. LETTER
signed by Horace C. Plunkett. Rewaid will
bo given for Its retuin to Prank A. Itrm * 16-4
Cnpltol avenue. MC65
LOST. BETWEEN FOURTEENTH AND DOUO-
las streets nnd Fort Onmhn. a pnpT raokng *
containing twelve yards white embroider- !
nm.illn. Return to Hobnrt Williams , 1107 Doug
las street. M672 11 *
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thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
WE HAVE ICO ACRES OF BLfE GRASS PASture -
ture for horses. Bonn ! fence , spring water.
Bnrton & Phclps , Gllmore. Neb. , or A. W.
Phelps & Son , 207 N. Y. Life bldg. Telephone
1034 M 93D .121 *
Rales , lV4c word Ilrst Insertion , Ic n word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less thun 23c.
CITY UPHOLSTERING CO. FURNITURE
made nnd repaired. Carpets laid nnd furniture
patched and polished. 2903 Farnam ; tel. 15 < 3
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thereafter. Nothing tnken for less than 23c.
DR. C. V. CROOKS' NE\V TOTHbn TlTEAT-
mcnt of nerves , stomach , heart. 407 Bee bldg.
SHOBTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
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thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 23c.
VAN SANT'S SCIIOOL OF SHORTHAND , E13
N. Y. Life , Omaha. Ask for circular. M391
UNDEBTAKEB3 AND BMB ALMEB3
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thereafter. Nothing taken' for'less than 23c.
H. K. BURKETT. FUNERAL rxmiBcTOR AND
cmbalmer. 1618 Chicago , Tel. 90. 3S8
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thereafter. Nothing tnken for less than 25c.
DRESSMAKING IN FAMILIES ! ADDRESS
Miss Sturdy , 421S Nicholas street. M937 M21 *
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[ neaa , Vurlcocele , eruptions on face ,
I all norvoni disorders. Hectares
T.ont Vigor. First treatment nent
) Free lo any addrw * . This
y ha > < becnim'dl5yearsln
with marvelous results.
SHE CHEMICAL IMfORTINdCO. , CINCINNATI , 0.
are good nt home.
AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY
nffonl all faculties of your own 'bank account
uuywhera In the world. Paid at face vnluo ev
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: & , * . , , . , . . I iuli Cunnon Uall
GREAT FARMING WEATHER
Government Weather Bureau Bulletin on the
VERY FAVORABLE CONDITIONS FOR CROPS
I'rufppct * for All Clrnlii nnil i'riilt In No-
brui 1m Were Never llcttur Mnro Mols-
turn Nr.'iliMl In the South-
nest or a 1'urt of the Stiito.
The crop bulletin for the week ending
May 7 , compiled by Captain George K. Hunt ,
observer nt Oimihn , has been Issued ns
follows by the Nebraska weather bureau :
Except In the southwestern portion of the
state , where vegetation Is beginning to
suffer from lock of moisture , Nebraska has
experienced another week of excellent farm
ing weather. Wheat , oats nnd pastures
show Improvement , fruit prospects wcrj
never belter nnd all vegetation Is growing
vigorously. Corn planting Is well under way
In all sections of the state. The ground Is ,
with few exceptions , In excellent condition
for germinating the grain , nnd some corre
spondents report the plant already up nnd a
good stand. The temperature for the week
has been considerably above the normal ,
while the rainfall has been light nnd
The following nro remarks by correspond
Duller County Farmers are well advanced
with plowing nnd planting for this season.
Hall did some damage to Holds and whipped
oft some fruit blossoms.
Clay County Fruit trees blossomed heav
ily. About one-fourth of an Inch of rain nn
the 2d , with some hall. Small grain looks
well , but grass shows signs of going back.
Chinch bugs getting bad. Drought Is Injur
ing .oats and wheat In vicinity of Harvard.
Flllmoro County Ilaln on 2d reached
greater portion of the county. Hall In the
vicinity of Geneva Injured fruit and garden ? .
The potato beetle has nude Us appearance
In great numbers and promises to be a great
pest this season. A great deal of early sown
oats will be plowed up and replanted to corn.
Gngo County Good rain on 2d and 3d.
Ground thoroughly soaked. All vegetation
doing well. Haln during week renders crop
prospects Ilrst class.
Hamilton County Past week dry with con
siderable wind , which has had a damaging
effect on oats. Some corn planted two weeks
ago Is up , but cut worms working badly
Jefferson County Ilnln of Sd beneficial to
all crops. Wheat crop looks well. Oats poor
stand. Corn coming up nicely.
Johnson County Week has been favorable
for corn planting and for Its speedy germi
nation. Probably 75 per cent of the corn
planted. Moro rain would benefit crops.
Wheat looks well and oats have gained In
Lancaster County Good growing week.
Trees of nil kinds putting out foliage very
fast. Ilnln needed. Hyo beginning to head
Nemaha County Crops growing slowly.
Ground needs soaking rain. Largo acreage
of corn has been put In during week.
Otoo County Ground in good condition for
corn planting. Haln needed for growing
Pawnee County The week has been favor
able for vegetation. Winter wheat nnd oats
look fairly well. Corn planting well ad
vanced. Wheat looks yellow in spots. Col
orado beetle already on potato tops. Cut
Polk County A good week for growing
crops. Early sown oats are thin , but
stcollng out nicely. Pastures and meadows
are looking well.
Hlchardson County Week favorable to all
crops. Corn one half planted. Some corn
Thayer County Small grain making rapid
growth. Ground in good condition. Eaily
planted corn coming up well. Season two
Saline County Ground In excellent condi
tion , but rain becoming necessary ; wheat
and oats have made a fair growth ; corn
planting progressing rapidly ; fruit looks
finely , and a large crop of apples , cherries
and plums Is promised.
Saunders County A favorable week for
everything. Corn planting progressing rap-
Idly. Small grain nnd pastures looking fine.
Seward County Favorable week for grow
ing crops , n line light bhower having fallen ,
but ground Is becoming dry. Corn planting
Is being pushed. Some farmers have fin
Stanton County All crops In fine condition.
Corn planting well advanced.
York County Ground In good condition ,
Corn planting begun. More rain needed to
help plowing. Some farmers plowing up
their oats nnd putting In corn. Winter
wheat looks backward.
Antelope County Light rainfall ; wheat ,
corn and oats.looking fine ; corn and potato
planting well advanced. Some wheat and
oats showing effect of March freeze. AVeok
generally favorable to all crops.
lioyd County Good growing weather.
Corn planting In full operation. Grass In
abundance for grazing.
Cedar County Crop prospects never bet
ter. All small grain doing finely. Fruit all
right and trees looking well.
Colfax County Ilcgnn planting corn.
Ground needs a good rain.
Cumins County Some corn planted.
Ground In the best possible condition. Oats
reported tl'ln. All other crops are two
weeks aheatl of average years.
Dl.xon County Good growing weather.
Corn planting well under way.
Dodge County Corn planting progressing
favorably. Soil In fine condition. Small
grain looking well. Haln would bo benefi
Hitchcock County Ground very dry. Some
corn being planted ; many fanners waiting
for rain before planting. Ground In bad con
dition for working.
Holt County Splendid weather for all
E. V. DAVIS M. D.
. . , . . ,
all forms of
N.EHVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE
We euro Bpeecllly ntul permnnently nil ill-
senses of the euncratlvo urKnns , also Ulilncy ,
bladder , blood , skin nnd stnm.ich iroublon.
Our prluclplca and as.slstantn have all
mntlo llfo mudlcs of our ( porlaltlcs
Bend 4-ccnta for our new 120 PJKO book.
Cull or address with atainp ,
119 South 14th St. , Omaha ,
The niiiuml inct'tliu ? of plockhoMora of the
I'-reinont , Klkliorn > V. Missouri Valley Itnll-
roud company will bo Iirlil ut the olllce of
the company In Oirmliu , Neb. , on I'YliIay ,
May 18 , 1S9I , at 1 o'clock p. in , for th > - i-tec-
'lou nf clln > utora uml for thu tfaiiHactlon of
Etuch othur buslne)3 II.M may como before Uia
meeting. J. li. KKUriHI.U.
Puteil Muy , 1S3I. S
teemt u&rn a atai cJtxuJ MMX ! * JLu
BUREAU , . UlMt UJ. SUIl"lVKila'j ! '
UniliilQS , OMAHA. MJU. AOvioo 1'llEE.
Brewing crops. Orountl In ( rood condition for
planting. Small grain looklni ; well.
Knox County All conditions favorable tor
growing crop * .
I'leTco County Oronml In excellent contll-
tlon. Corn planting well under way. Cattle
Imvo gone to the herds ,
I'lalto County Some corn planted , Good
growing Weather for smnll grain. Winter
wheat looks poorly. Spring whp.it nil right ,
Washington County A favorable week for
nil crops. Crops , small gr.un nnd grass
coming on finely. Some corn planted. Po
tatoes about nil planted.
CKNTIIAL , SECTION" .
IliilTalo County No rain ; ground very dry.
Oats nntl grass crowing well. Considerable
Glister County Very dry weather. Crops
nnd grass doing f.ilrly well. Some wheat
plowed tip for corn.
D.uvson Counly Dry weather U Injurious
to crop * . Hyo heading out , but only a foot
high. Corn planting well under way. Cher
ries nnd gooseberries In blossom.
areeley County Several light showers
have been favorable to small grains. Corn
planting has begun.
llnll County Small grains slightly af
fected by high winds.
Howard County Dry weather. Small grains
Valley County Ilnln Is needed. Small
grains generally In good condition. Some
early sown oats will bo plowed up for corn.
Considerable corn has been planted.
Adams County Wheat , oats nnd fruit
need rain. Corn planting well on.
Uundy County Haln needed badly. Some
ground Is being prepared for corn.
Kurnas County Crops In fair condition ,
but needing rain. Corn planting In ndvanco
of ordinary years.
Marian County Smnll grain backward for
want of rain. Hyo heading out , though only
a foot high. Wheat looks badly. Fruit
prospects good. Corn planting well along.
Kearney County Corn planting well
under way. Grain doing only fairly well.
Late cherries blossoming profusely. Haln
much needed. Corn planting progressing
well. All plowing done.
Lincoln County A very largo acreage of
corn being put In , nnd planting well ad
vanced. Local rains helped wheat and oats.
In portions of the county the winter wheat
Is a failure.
Hod Willow County Much of the potato
and corn planting Is being done this week.
Continues very dry.
Webster County Much of the corn plantIng -
Ing Is finished , and some of It Is up. K.irly
planted potatoes well up. Weather gener
ally too dry for binnll grains. Winter wheat
about at n standstill , and some of It is
being plowed up.
Klmbnll County The b'ggest rain and
snow-storm occurred on the 30th day of April.
Oats and spring wheat coming up In good
shape. Kail wheat and rye entirely ruined
for want of rain.
Lincoln County Heports from this county
show that all crops are doing well. The
warm sunshiny days have been beneficial.
Corn planting Is wellunderny. .
Scotts HlulT County Small grain sowing
Is finished nnd some of It Is coming up.
Alfalfa sowing and corn and potato planting
commenced. The ground Is In fine condi
tion and the rain Is making the grass grow
Cherry County The week has been favorable -
able for crops nnd farm work : frosts on
mornings of 2d nnd 3d did llttlo or no
damage ; a severe wind on April 29 damagoJ
sown grain ; small grain doing well ; grass
coming up nlcrly.
Sheridan County Killing frosts on 1st nnd
3d , but nothing up to be Injured.
Hock County Wo have had Just enough
rain for crops nnd everything Is looking
fine ; corn planting Is well under way.
Keya Paha County During the past week
beiicticlal local showers have fallen over
most of the country ; early sown wheat will
not make over one-half a crop ; late sown
wheat and oats look well and have made
good growth ; considerable corn has been
IHInoU Wlirat In Pine Condition.
SPRINGFIELD. 111. . May 8. The Illinois
Weekly crop bulletin says : Wheat Is re
ported In fine condition with prospects of a
good yield. While a number of coYrespond-
cnts report the presence of chinch bugs none
report any damage as yet to wheat. Corn
planting la being pushed and a considerable
acreage has been planted. Homo of the early
planted Is up and Is reported In 11 nu condi
tion and having a good stand. In some sec
tions the cut worm Is reported damaging this
Oats In some parts of the central and
southern counties are doing well , but the
reports generally Indicate that the crop Is
only in fair condition. The louse has made
Us appearance In some fields In St , Clalr
World' * Columbian Imposition
Will be of value to the world by llliislraUr.F
the Improvements Iri the mechanical nrtt
and eminent physicians will tell you llnl
tt.t , progress In medicinal agents has been
of cn.ua ! Importance , and aa a strengthen
Ing laxative that Syrup of Figs Is far IP
ndvanco of all others. t
BUILDINGS IN SIGHT.
An KIcgnnt Cliurch to Tnko the I'lnco of
Ono lirci'iitly Dentp < ioil.
Yesterday was n lively day In the building
inspector's office , and permits wcro granted
for Improvements aggregating over $30,000.
During the day a permit vas Issued to St.
Mary Magdalen's Catholic church for the
erection ot a handsome new edifice to re
place the one destroyed by the Hoston Store
fire. The new church will bo erected on the
old situ at 1011 Douglas street , at nn esti
mated cost of JS.OOO. The building uill be
36x81 feet In niea. The basement will be
used for various minor purposes and the re
mainder of the building will bo occupied by
the auditorium. The structure will bs built
of brick , witli n pressed brick front , and
The general plan of the Interior will be
similar to that of the old church. The choir
left \\I1I ba located at the Douglas street
end of the building nnd will bo twclvo feet
wide , extending the entire width of the
church. The other end of the auditorium
will ba occupied by the altar. Tim Interior
will bo lighted by four largo windows In
front and flvo on each aide. TI.e Interior
decorations have not been entirely decided
on , but will be of a nature to compars favor
ably with those of any church In the city.
Mr. Charles Offtitt will build a handsome
residence at the corner of Twenty-ninth ami
Davenport streets , The pinna are already
drawn and work will ba begun at once. The
material will ho brick , and the residence will
cost , when completedmethlng lilio $15,000.
Ilcsldcs these monlXi < > d , permits were is
sued for a number of residences ot a less ex
If you decide tn take Hood's Snrsapnrllla do
not be Induced to buy any biibtHUHo artlclo.
Talto Hood's nnd only Hood's.
TIII : IIKALTV AiAKitirr.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record-May 8 ,
1891 : *
W II Stcnurt niul wlfa to J r lU'irhk ,
lot Si. Mock 1 , T.ijI'ir'H ' niin.ini litir.-t
add , t 1,203
QUIT CLAIM DKKUS.
P \\Vnvor nml wife lo Vlnceii/n Ail.nno ,
v > 4 hit C , l > hx.k 1 , Ituih & S'a iul.1 to
South Oinnlm 100
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Mc-i'iiKtiu InvvHtmtMit ( niiipiiny In .hvi-u
l-ouc , n II tVi'l n ( w 110 fe'l lota S ami I , ,
.Mock 135 , Uinulm 2
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Ordinance Repealing Occupation Tax on
Bixloou Men Rotul nnd Referred ,
COUNCIL HOLDS A DAYLIGHT SESSION
The Tuxp.ijnrft * I.ritRiin HuliU u SI-MOII | ,
Acciiiiipllfllilni ; I.lttlr , Asulo from I.Moil-
liiB to Oratory ( if the .Many
The members of tlio city council held nn
adjourned session In the council clmmbor
yesterday afternoon at a o'clock , with Mayor
Johnston In this clmlr and every inombor
The room was well filled with spectators ,
the majority of them being men who are
Interested In having the council repeal the
ordinance levying nn occupation tax of $101) )
a year on saloon keepers. This ordinance
was rood for the Ilrst tlmo nnd referred.
Xo further notion was tjltcn.
Flro Chief Smith made .Ma animal report ,
It conveyed the Information Mint fifty-two
alarms hiivo been sent In during the last
year. The most extensive conflagration was
the burning of the Ltv , hotel on April 3 ,
when ono llfo was lost and the damage by
llro and water was conaldcniblu. The chief
estimates that the total loss by fires for the
year was $1 1,090 , and snys the greater portion
tion of this was covered by insurance. At
the present llmo the department consists of
only flvo men besides the superintendent ot
lire alarms , who has ninety-six bells of bat
teries to look after. Two men nro stationed
at No. 2 engine house at Thirty-first nnd 11
streets and two men and the chief at No. 1
engine house on Twenty-fourth street. Ho
reports that the houses nro In gooil slmpo.
They contain 2,100 feet of hoso. The city linn
elghty-flvo hydrants , which cost an annual
rental of $1,9:10. : The chief estimate.- ) that
the cost of running the department for the
next twelve months , with the number of men
now employed , exclusive of Urn hydrant rent ,
will bo $ G,000. Ho recommends that n light
truck be bought , with n fifty-five-foot exten
sion ladder , some shorter ones , poles , hooks ,
etc. llo says he will try nnd supply the bill-
lancci by donations. Ho states that If a
truck Is bought the department now has nn
extra horse which can bo used to draw It.
Ho also recommends that one more man ba
employed to drive the hook and ladder truck.
Another Idea the chlof suggests Is that n
volunteer company of four or lbo organ zed
and that the men bo paid for the actual serv
ices they give. The cxpsnso for running n
volunteer company ho figures would not cost
the city moro than $1,2UO a year.
Hills amounting to $ .13. S5 wcro allowed.
The engineer reported that It would cost
? 7G to fill the hole at Twenty-fourth nnd Q
An ordinance was Introduced to grade Q
street from Seventeenth to Twenty-second.
Tom Hock was granted permission to prac
tically operate his saloon on the sidewalk or
street while ho builds n two-story brick on
his present site.
Chief Hrcnnan reported that there was con
siderable city property In the shape of tools
missing. The committee on buildings nnd
property will look the matter up.
John Hush asked that the city wnter works
be extended out to his largo building , which
Is now occupied as the Homo of the flood
The chief of police was Instructed to sea
that a substantial sidewalk was laid In front
of the Dslmonlco hotel property.
Police Judge Chrlstman reported that 85
arrests had been made In April and that
Jfi5.no had been collected In lines.
Ilefore adjourning Mayor Johnston took
occasion to reprimand members who had
been absent from n regular meeting and
urged that each councilman attend every
meeting nnd that he come early nnd stay
late. The meeting adjourned till Monday
night nt 7:30 : o'clock.
Motions and amendments which amounted
to nothing but wind were made for two
hours nt n meeting of the Taxpayers league
In the council chamber last night. At 10
o'clock the members agreed to quit making
silly motions nnd the citizens who had paid
In $1 Initiation fee proceeded to roast each
other. Mr. Doud moved that the resolution
adopted by the executive committee In re
gard to determining the class of the city bo
adopted for the purpose of discussion. Ho
also moved that the report In regard to tha
city engineer ba not adopted. Mayor John
ston gave Information to the satisfaction ot
nil that Engineer ttcal was a citizen , a voter ,
a taxpayer and n competent engineer , and
the report was voted on. Anderson claimed
the motion was lost , but the chair wns In
doubt , the roll was called nnd the motion
carried by ono majority.
Pat llowley rung In a motion that tha
chief of police bo sent out for a basket ot
marbles , nnd Postmaster Glasgow wanted to
know the difference between tweedledco and
Attorney Lane offered a resolution "that
the league recommend the city council not
to poform any act beyond the powers of a
city cf the second class , and If thu city coun
cil does perform any act contrary to law or
beyond the powers ) of a city of the second
class that the executive committee bo In
structed to take suitable action to prevent
such acts. "
Mr. Towlo took the floor long enough to
resign ns a member of the executive board
and offered his stock for sale dirt cheap.
Dave Anderson was about to buy. when Mr.
Doud got the floor and wanted to know
about how much cash the league had on
hand to test the law on the class the city
belonged to. Mr. Hunt said there was $20
In his bank and Pat llowley said that would
be enough. Mr. Towle's resignation was
then accepted. Pat llowley made n motion
to adjourn. It was voted down , but a num
ber left the room.
The resolution passed by the executive
committee licensing the present adminis
tration of extravagance , raising salaries , etc , ,
and recommending that the league enjoin tha
payment of nil salaries to officers In order to
have the courts pass upon the class ot the
city , was then read. When Secretary O'Neill
began to read the minutes of n mooting ot
the directors held on April 25 Mayor John
ston stopped him and made n motion that the
minutes not only bo not read , but bo stricken
from the books , from the fact that there was
not a quorum present at the time. Mr.
Johnston claimed that outsiders wore called
In and that only nine members of the board
wcro present. Dave Anderson took the
floor and gave It out cold that Mr. Johnston
might bo able to run the cl'y council and
certain citizens of South Omaha , but that
ho could not run the Taxpayers league.
Mr. O'Neill moved , as an amendment , that
the minutes bo read for the Information of
the meinbera. Mr. Mon'Komary considered
Mr. Johnston's motion out of order. Mr.
O'Neill's nmundmcnt carried and the min
utes \\erc read. Pat Rowley took occasion
to remark that ho cnuld not aeo what the-
Taxpayers league had to do with the burning
of the Leo hotel. Mr. Lane said the league
had no right to expunge the record * glvlni ;
the details of n meeting of the executive com-
mlttee. Mr. Johnston's motion lo ex-
imngo the record of that meeting
when no quorum was present
was then lost by aoto of 21 to 27 , After
this jangle v > ns falralghlnned out the secre
tary read thu minutes of three mectlniw of
the executive commute * ' . When the portion
of the minutes was read where Mayor
Johiibtnn , Councilman Ilulla and Councilman
Hyan were requested to rua'gn , Mnyor John-
B'.OII nxkod vtho miulu the mot on asking them
gentlemen to rcu'gn.
"A man by the name of Anderson , "
chlpp'd ' In Mr. Anderson.
"Ily what authority ? " asked the mayor.
"As a member of the i-xrcuUvo commit
tee and nn American citizen , " replied Mr ,
"I think the league hna uprung n leak , "
Vfiitured Pat Itowluy. Mr. Johnston wns
about to reply to Mr. Anderson whi-n the aec-
rctnry proceeded to read thu minute ) ,
Will Itntiiri ) in liiildiiii.
Sum Hoag , the man charged with horse
stealing , went befora Judge Chrlstmann ,
la t night and signed an anr"omeiit to re
turn to Ueadwood with Deputy Sheriff Herd
ing without going through 'ho formality
of terunng requisition pnppm. llo.'ig It
clmrir'l ; ' with Kt < * ullni < three horses In Law *
relic county , South Dakota ,