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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY , JUNE 21. 185H.
8PEG1HL NOTICES.
AdvefMnements for th columns will b * lsk n
onlll 12 W p m. for lite errolnn nnd until * 0)
n hi fir the morning anj Hunday editions ,
AdvrVlliiors. by rMuestlnir a numbered chMk ,
ran have an wfr * midrniiieil to n nnmli rp.l let.
ttr n care of The It * * Answers no adilreswil Trill
t delivered upon presentation of tli check.
Ratm IV wont first Insertion , Jc word
thereafter Nothing taken lor leu than l&r.
SITtTATIONB WANTED.
BITt'ATION WANTED IIT COMPETF.NT
baker Country town preferred. Ad'lreM O.
I Whiting , 1 . 'A-MtIS a *
ACTOt NTXNTI SHOULD TIG PLEASED TO
take one or rrtore sets of Iwok * from firms In
the cltr to post np an keep the nme , my
terms shall l > e reaw > n M , mr wotk atl fnc-
f > rj monthly or other tatrm nt m lS out ,
otnr at the tin Omaha public Ulirnry and
reading fmm. Zfltli St. , south of N Copying
of all kind * done E MrBrld * . Llbrnrlnn So.
Omaha Public Library and Heading Room.
A 3W 20
WANTED MALE HELP.
BOI.tflTOnS , TEAMS FURNISHED. INSTALLment -
ment Krjods. American Wringer Co. , I5W II iw
ard street. _ 5riL.
AGENTS , BALnnr on COMMISSION. THE
( treutwt Invention of the nge. The New Pat-
wit Chrmlral Ink Erastn * Pmelt. Belli on
ulRht Works like made. Agents are making
JKO ) to 1123 OT per week , For further pnr-
tlfular * write the Monro Craning Mfg. Co. .
X 88. Ll Crosse , VflM. B-RM
WANTED. SALESMAN ; SALARY FROM
utart , permanent plaeo. Drown Bros. Co. .
nurserymen. Chicago. 111. D MiM JH *
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PUSHING MEN TO TAKE OHDCIIS TOR OLD
established house ; salary paid. Apply IjM
DoucUs , _ Tt-M179Jy
vfi : HAVE PROFITABLE SIDE LINE ron
reliable , wileimtn. Omaha Ilubber Brokerage
Co. . 308 ti , ith utrcet. n Mill it
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SALESMAN WANTED. TO SELL OUR GOODS
liy sample to the wholenale and retail trade ;
uMl on ileht to every business nun or ftrm ;
.liberal salary ; money aflvanccd for advertising
and expenses ! permanent position. Andrew.
with stamp , King Mfg. Co. . C 42. Clilraco. Ill.
WANTED , AT. ONCE , A MAN TO WORK ON
riding jrartfllen : onethnt Is rnpnble of making
stock gaddles , n well as other grades , pre
ferred. The Knnnntz Saddlery company. 227 ,
23 and Bl E. Cth street , St. Paul , Minn
HY A LARGE JOBBING HOUSE , AN Ex
perienced liookltcepi-r. applicants must state
present or former position and give age. Ad-
ilrcas M , lUe. _ H-M4I6 Sl' _ _
WANTED , A . OOD UPHOLSTERER ; C3ER-
irwn preferred. Apply to C. C. Cannon ,
Bchuylef. Neb. ma &
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SALESWOMEN. WE HAVE AN ORIGINAL.
legitimate , much-needed article which sells
IK-SI during hard times , because It saves money
nnd suffering. Women and men without any
experience whatever tire now making from
J1500 to JM.W per -week without neglecting
their home duties ; no capital required ; full
particulars , free samples nnd references In
your own state and ours try mull. Address. S.
W. , box 1G92. Hoston. Mass. Only those seek
ing respectable , profitable and permanent home
cmplojmcnt need apply. 11 M4J1 2l
WANTED. MEN AND WOMEN TO TAKE
orders for our kitchen sp claltles. House
keepers must have them. Good pay and easy
work. Write for terms nnd sample. P. H.
Burton Pottery Co. . Ilosevllle. O. B M432 21 *
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED , STUDENT NURSE. AT W. C. A.
hospital. Council Bluffs. C M2K 21
WANTED. GIRL IN FAMILY OF TWO MS S.
18th St. C a. 20'
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WANTED GERMAN GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
Inquire CM So. 13th St. , In grocery store.
C 339 20
WANTED , GIRL POR GENERAL HOUSE-
worl : ; must be good cook nnd laundress ;
family of two. Apply , morning. 2M3 Douglas.
C MHO 22
WANTED. FIRST CLASS GIRL TOR GEN-
cral housework ; family of Oiree W8 B. 2 th
street. Good wages. C MtM 22 *
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WANTED. GIRL TOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. Mrs. D. T. Stubbs , 3027 Chicago st.
C12020 *
FOB BENT HOUSES.
FINE J-LAT IN CLOUSER BLOCK AT 703 S.
16lh t.i range and all other conveniences ;
125. George Clouser , room 2 , 1C23 Tarnam st
' D OU
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HOUSES , F. K , DARLING , BARKER BLOCK.
D 556
HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. THE
O. F. Davis company , 1505 Farnam. D 587
S-ROOM COTTAGES , MODERN , CHOICE IN
Stanford Circle. C. S. Eleutter. 201 Bee build
ing. D tS3
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RENTAL AGENCT , E07 BROWN BLOCK.
D SS9
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CLEAN. COMFORTABLE. CONVENIENT ,
moderate rentals , best S and 4-room suites for
Iiouaekecpers only. References required. Also
C-room suite In tenement. BIG S. 22d st.
D 590
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KELKENNEY&CO..R. 1 , CONTINENTAL BLK.
D-CT1
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FOR RENT. GOOD DETACHED NINE-ROOM
house 2G21 Capitol avenue. U. II. Roblson ,
yoom 7i Commcrctal National. _ D SM
TUMl-LBTON tt PIKRSON. Paiton .
D CM
FOR RENT. DWELLINGS IN ALL PARTS
of Omaha : call for list. E. II. Klii-afo 41 }
P Tton block , D MCSt
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FOR JIENT. DESIRABLE DWELLINGS IN
Council Blnffs ; call ( or list at Omaha office ,
4B Paiton block. E. H. Sheata. D MCt7
FOR TIENT. TWO 10-KOOM MODERN FLATS ,
cheap. J. W. Squire. 248 Bee bldg. D-SU
TOR ItENT. 3. 4 AND 5 ROOMS. ENQUIRE
01 S. 17th ave. U-K2-2I'
THREE-ROOM FL.VTS. J7.50. 1 8 N. 17TH.
D M837 jy8
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FOR RENT. IIOCSlT 9 ROOMS , MODERN.
Hoggs & Hill. D-227J3
4-IIOOM , FRONT , 1170 SOtTTII 18TIL
D 22120 *
RENT. DESIRABLE 10-ROOM , MODERN
recklence. Ornt-cUsi In even * detail , centrally
located. Rent. M. E. IL Shoofe , 432 Paxton -
ton lilk. D M303
TENTS TOR RENT mi PAltNAM ST.
D aai
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POUR ROOM COTTAGE. 1COO SOUTH HTII ST. .
S3.UO. Inquire 82S South ISth SU D 378 24
FURNISHED HOUSE , C ROOMS , KS.OO ; NCTVLY
ImixrcU. painted ; nice yard. Inquire C02 S.
Itlh , Btreet. References. _ D 483 M
VERY FINK 7-UOOM COTTAGE AT RE-
dticed Trice : call at once. I'ldrllty Trujt Coin-
pany , 1702 Partiamst. DI19
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FOR RENT. MODERN HOCSE : REASONABLE
Icnnl. l iiulra H Dodge. D MHO
RENT. riJUNISHED HOUSK. AI'PLT
02 Iaxton block. D M 0 27
POR BENT TUBNISHEU BOOMS.
LARGE EOUTII ROOM. 1S1 DODGE STREET.
U- >
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ROOM WITH ALCOVE , tei 8. tSTII AVE.
E-425J24'
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FURNISHED ROOM. 9)17 ) 1IARNEV STREET.
E M39I 2i
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1 FURNISHED ROOMS FOIl 1IOUSEKEEP-
Inc for man and wife. Rent taken in board.
M N. 17tb- E 0
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AETNA HOUSE. NORTHWEST CORNER UTH
and Dodce. Rooms by the day or week.
K-Sii Jrf'
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FUllNISHED ROOMS , 1US CHICAGO STREET.
_ _ E JH77 Jy
I NICE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. 111 ! Sooth llth street.
K M3S7 25
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FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
ml Howard st. EM Old 23 *
WELL FURNISHED ROOM FOR MAN AND
wife , board If desired ; good location. Ad-
drc m N C2 , D , K SCO 13 *
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FURNtaitED ROOMS. HIS DODGE.
E-MK7 a *
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FURNISHED ROOMS ; LARGE YARD ; SHADE
trco ; Walnut Hill ; cam SUM the door. 4013
Hamilton jtrect. K 1I42S ts
1'UHNIBHED KOOMLS AND BOARD
bOUTII ROOMS AND GOOD BOARD. T1UI
ttrt l.
YOUNG WOUKNS HOME. UNDER CARE OF
Women' * Christian association , ill 8. 17th st.
ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFUHN1S11KO.
with flrst-clas * board. 1904 Capitol ave. Inquire
M10 Capitol T .
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N1CELV FURNISHED ROOMS , FOLDING
U > di , modern conveniences , with guoU board.
The RM . 6)M ) Harney.
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LARGK FRONT AICOVE ROOM. TWO NICE
closets and crate , with board Th Albany ,
2101 Douglas ctrctt F-4U
ROOMS AND BOARD , 2011 DOUGLAS STUET.
y MM ; a *
DUSUU.UI.E ROOMS. WITH ItOARD. TIEFER-
encen. Ttnns ruasonablt. tii tt , Itlh.
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A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD
fur two gentlemen. In print * family ; n oihtr
toardens. ali Websttr street. f-XHJSC
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TWO FtiRNIKHED PARLORS , WITH BOARD ,
alu saulltr r crcs. U ] N Xlth ttrrrt
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Continued.
ROOMS FOR LIOHT HOUSEKEEPING 1
No. Itlh fit.
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NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. MODERN
cnrenlences , 2 2 St. Mary's avenue.
F-M1 23
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FOR RENT. TWO LAUGH SOUTH ROOMS A T
th Hllldde. llth and Dodge. F-217 21
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FURNISHBD ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT
bo-ird. 17 ) Dodge. F M4.H 22 *
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ROOMS & BOARD , S22 N. 1J. MRS TfTTMi
F MMJ Jyl6
NICE ROOMS AND BOARD , 211 S. 20TH.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . r-400-JylS'
FOUR ROOMS TO REUAIILE PARTIES
irllhout children. 1 1C Farnam. F M4D2 21 * _
VHRV COOL , ELnOANT Fl'IlNtBHED SOUTH
front room , private board ; detarlied house ;
Pleasant tnme. 2110 Douglas. F MI17 2S
FOR BENT-UNFUBNISH'D ROOMS.
I UNFURNISHED ROOMS , SUITABLE FOR
housekeeping , city water , etc. . low rent ; north
west comer 17th and Webster st. O 538
FOB BENT , STORES AND OFFICES
CORNER SALOON , S24 DOUGLAS. INQUIRE
22. I-MSM
1C MONTHS LEASE OF STORE , 20 S. 17TH.
I-C9J
FOR RENT , TIUSTOItY BRICK BUILDING.
tie Farnam street. The building has a lire-
proof cement busement. complete steam heatIng -
Ing fixtures , water on all floors , gas , etc. Ap
ply at the office of the Bee. 1 910
AGENTS WANTED.
AGENTS IN AND OUT OF CITY ; LIBERAL
commissions. Apply room 433 , Ponton block.
J < 78Jy7 *
STORAGE.
STORAGE.WILLIAMS & CROSS , 1214 HARNEY.
M-tOl
STORAGE FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS ; CLEAN
and cheap rau. 1C. Wells. 1111 Farnam.
Farnam.MtOD '
OM.VAN&STORAGE CO..130C DODGE. TEL.1S5J.
M 201
WANTED TO
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT AND
sold. L. Altman , 833 & 810 N. ICth St.
N-823 JyS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND-1L\ND
furniture , stoves , etc. I. ErusseU. 710-712 N. 16th.
N 857
HAVANA FRECKLES , A IOC CIGAR , FOR EC.
N M270-Jy-lS
PERSONAL
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MISS JOHNSTON , LADIES' HAIR DRESSER ,
shampooing. Old location , 211 8. Kth street.
MASSAGE TREATMENT. EI.ECTRO-THER-
mal baths. Bcajp and hair treatment , manicure. *
rairopodts. lira. Post. SUH 8 15th , Wlthnell hlk.
U 04
V1AVI HOME TREATMENT FOR LADIES.
'eallh liook and consultation free. Address or
caol Vlarl Co. . 14) rt bldg. Lady attendtnt.
U 605
MAB3AOE , MADAME BERNARD. 1419"DODGE
CATARRH TREATED , 14 PER MONTH , ROOM
XO , Douglas bile , cor. Kth and Dodge.
U 549-Jyt
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WHEN ON FARNAM STREET STOP IN AT
1410 and see our new china. M. H. Bllu.
_ U POJ-Jy 8
TAKE TOUR FRIEND : TINTYPES. 4 FOR
25 < * Proctor. r 8. 16th street. U-M964 ) y ! >
IMOGENE L. RAMSEY MAKES DELICIOUS
hem mads bread ; try on loaf. 21 , N. Uth jt.
LADIES' AMBER JEWELRY TO ORDER ;
also repairing. CU 3. 16th street. U M150
CREAM FOR WHIPPING. COTTAGE CHEESE.
Waterloo creamery , 161J Howard ; " ' j f- . H
PROF. FRANK BROGLIN RESTORES HAIR
to the bald ; cures dandruff ; stops hair falling
out ; restores gray hair to Its natural cour ;
both sexes treated. References .furnished of
Omaha patients who are relieved. No core ,
no pay. Room 424. Bee Building , Omaha. Neb.
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WHEN OUT WITH YOUR LADY VISIT J. J.
Mullcr's new Ice cream parlors. ! W Leaven-
worth street ; everything Is new. Including the
building. Tel 10JO Ice cream delivered.
HAVANA FIIEC1U.CS , A IOC
BALOUrF
A pleasant and convenient place , 1520
Farnam itreet , 1'axton block ; 'phone , "j . .
.j.
MONEY TO LOAN RSAIj ESTATE.
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property : U.OOO & upwardi , G tu 6h per cent ; no
Sriayivr. Farnam Smith ft Co. . 1JZO rrnam.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS IN DOUGLAS.
Improved anil unimproved Omaha real estate.
Fidelity Tru t Co. . 170 ! Farniim at. W CM
UrE"IN"suHANCE POLICES LOANED ON
or bought. F. C. Cheancy. Kansas OUy JIo.
MOHTGAOE LOANS. A. MOORE. 50I N.T. _ Ufe.
MONEY TO IXDAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Urennan. Lore & Co. . Paxton bHc
If a house you want to rent ?
You'lf find it on this page ,
Or on buying you are bent ?
You'll find it on this page. ,
Do you want a girl to work ?
You'll find it on this page.
Or , perchance , a man to clerk ?
You'll find it on this page.
Do you want to get a bath ?
You'll find it on this page.
Or trade for that another hathr1
You'll find it on this page.
WANTED TO BUY SECOND-HAND BANK
furnittlri aio. safe. Addres. Box l ttaioMa.
WANTED FOR CASH. A STOCK OF OEN-
VSu mS . in nniUl town. Must b. a bar-
Lock "Pox 44. Hartlneton. Keb. N4JS SO
WANTED GOOD DOUBLE SET LIGHT BUGGY
harness for CMh. Addr . O B.
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FOB. . SALE FTJBNITUBE.
PAYMENTS EASiC YOU WON'T MISS YOUR
monrr. Low prices on furniture & household
Enterprise Credit Co. . C13-S15
FOBSALE HOKSES.WAQOIIS.ETC.
FOR SALE. LIGHT CARRIAGE TKAM. 1110
N. 17th. _ P M333 Ja *
ONE TEAM , NEW WAGON AND HARNESS ;
also one road wagon , for sale cheap : mtlet be
Bold at once , ridellty Loan and Ouarantea
Co. . Room 4. Wlthnellblock. . P-M236
HORSE. PHAETON AND HARNESS , A COM-
pl .tjlUh rlc : horse \ery t-entle , cheap. Q ,
Mitchell , lilt Dodge St. _ P 37 < M
iron SALE. LARGE. YOUNG DRIVING AND
riding horse. ICOa Douglas street. I' MIPS 26'
FOB SAI E MISCELLANEOUS.
BALED HAY FOR SALE. THE STANDARD
Cattle company. Amei. Neb. , hav 2.000 tons
of teed barntored bar for sale. All orders
niled promptly. _ Q-flg
11KNHEIM SPANIELS. THE HANDSOME
little toys : Scotch Collies. O. H. Moore , 1631
Sherman avenue. Importer and breeder.
O/-875 JyT
SUPPLIES FOR AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS
Sole agents for tha
I NIGHT HAWK CAMERA. U.
B. Hern & Co. . photo supplies , 1003 Farnam it.
Q 903-Jy8
ST. BERNAHD PUPS. 2101 DOUGLAS STREET.
Q MSW Jy9
BICYCLES. NEW AND OLD. JIO TO J123 : EASY
payments : wo rent and repair. Omaha Bicycle
Co. . M7 N. 16th st. TcL 119. _ O.-H4
JUJ.OO BICYCLE NOW JS7.SO. J100.00 CUT TO
SG8.2S , SCO.OO cut to ItrSO. M. Trolel. Z709 LCS.V-
enworth street. Q MS9 JyU
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LAW BOOKS. WESTS REPORTERS. APPLY
ISM Sooth Ilth street. Q M333 M *
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TRESH JERSEY COW : TtlJJD AND GENTLE ;
larr and rich milker. Address O 3. IUe.
Q-Mia n *
H1SOELLAWEOUS.
HAVE YOUR OLD CARPET WOVEN INTO
rug * . Smyrna rues repaired. 1K1 Leaven wort lu
It-M2B-JyU
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TAXIDKRMY AND FURS. SEND FOR CATA-
losue. George B. Brown , jr. , & Co. , 709 S. 1Mb.
R Mtn
CLAIBVOYAIfTa.
MUS. DR. H. WARREN. CLAIRVOYANT. RE-
1UU * business medium ; TU > year at 119 to. II.
S K3
CLAIRVOYANT PROFESSOR WHITE. THE
greatest clalnojnnt o ( bis aue , has arrived In
Omaha , lie will read rour future Ufa without
a mistake. Qlves valuable Information on all
matters. "Will glra > ou truthful advice on all
business , law , money matters , and all family
attain , belnc gltted with a rum and -nondtrful
Inntelit Into such matters , and never known to
make a mistake. The future plainly revealed ,
loier * united. Troubles healed , reunite * tbe
separated , front wiiatever cause , and causes
happy marrlacci. Gives names of friends and
enemies , also the one you will marry. Tells
what to da and where to BO to be lucky. All In
trouble call. Those drslrtne reliable Informa
tion on all affairs of life or business are Invited
to call. All counsel strictly confidential. He
can IM fuuoJ at 1Q7 Chtcaco street. Hours
from a. m. to p. m. Sundays , s to & .
S Mitt If *
MASSAGE , BATHS , ETC.
MADAME BMITII. U3 a UTH ID FLOOR ,
room * . Massac * . vapor , alcohol , steam , sul-
phurtne and tea batlis. T 318..J3 *
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IIADAV1E BROWN. I < CAPITOL AVENUE.
! d floor , rcom < xnassafe , alcobol. sulphur and
sta bati.s. T MIOa
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MMK. ANNA OF CHICAGO OrVE3 ALCOHOL
baths and massage. SU N. llth. room U.
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MISS 1JEVOL. I'llOM NEW YORK. HAS
taken chare * of Madam La Rook s massase
parlors. U and 11. JJJ North ICtU.
T-MIM J7
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA PROPERTY
and Nebraska farms at from 8 to 7 per cent-
W. B. Melkle. First National bank building.
W-611
LOANS. B. H. SlfEAFE. 2 PAXTON RLOCK.
W M6 3
ANTHONY LOAN i TRUST CO.,318 N.Y. 1.IFB
loans at low rates for choice security on Ne
braska and Iowa farms or Omaha city property
W-05
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES THE
O. F. Davis Co. . 1505 Farnam st W 603
OMAHA LOAN & TRUST CO. , 16TH AND
Douglas streets , loan money on city and farm
property at lowest rates of Interest. W 610
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ON
Improved and unimproved Omaha real estate ,
1 to B Tears. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farnam.
W-0
UNITED STATES MORTGAGE CO. OF NEW
York. Capital J2.000,000. Surplus J GOO , 000. Sub
mit choice loans to F. 8. Pusey , agent. First
National bank building. W 800
LOANS , TEMPLETON&PIERSON , PAXTON blk.
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IX3ANS. 1 TO 5 YEARS , WARRANTS. BONDS ,
etc. jarvln Bros. . 210 N. Y. Life. W CH
CITY LOANS. LARGE LOANS ON CENTRAL
business property ; 6 per cent. C. A. Starr ,
SIS N. Y. Llfo building. W MKJ
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
A. D. HARRIS , ROOM 1. CONTINENTAL BI.IU
X-MMO
MONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL PROP-
ertr. Han In Loan Co. . 701 N. Y. Life building
X-MZ71
MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
lure , pianos , hones , wagons , or any kind of
chattel security , ct lowest possible rates , which
you can pay back at any time , anil In any
amount. FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO. .
room 4. Wlthnell block. X MMi )
MONEY T OLOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS.
horses , wagons , etc. . at lowest rates in city ;
no remo\al of coeds : strictly conndentlal ; you
con pay the loan tiff at any time or In any
amounts. Omaha Mortgage Loan Co. . 20 $
South ICth street. X S3
BUSINESS CHANCES.
Kim BALE , CHEAP. FIRST-CLASS RESTAURant -
ant and lunch counter , opposite F. E. & M. V.
depot. Fremont. Neb. Y MCC1
IP YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL OR KX-
chance merchandise , get In or out of tiuslr. * * * ,
call on or Address the National Information
and Exchange Co. . 201 First National bark ,
Omaha. Neb. Y M507 JM
HAVANA FRECKLES , A IOC CIGAR , FOR 5C.
Y MlOJ-Jy-lS
FOR SALE FRUIT. CIGAR AND CONFEC-
llonary stand ; best location In town : located
on Uie principle street. Address N 7 I tee.
Y 3S M
FOB EXCHANGE.
HAVANA FRECKLES , A. IOC CIGAR. FOR 5C.
M2G9-Jy-13
FOR SALE OR TRADE. 4 7-YEAR-OLD
horses , ench weighing 1.3oO IDS. , or over : will
take smaller horses tn exchange. Fred Terry.
M Ramge block. Z M i t >
WANTED. MDSE. IN EXCHANGE FOR GOOD
clear farms. 1 do a general real estate busi
ness , examine Unds or titles , furnish ab
stracts ; corrcspouiKuca solicited. U. B , Lilly ,
Broken Bow. Neb. Z422 26
TO EXCHANGE. IMPROVED FARM IN CENtral -
tral Nebraska find Imported stallion for mod
ern Yejldcnce in good town. Box 79 , Harwell ,
Neb. Z-ilia It *
FOR SALE , A TROTTING BRED COLT THAT
can trot ; sound , "ne\l \ broken , li hands high ,
dark bay , 4 year * old , trotted last year In
3M : ; upheaded , strllsh and all right every
way. Should beat ! : U tills > ear. Price ,
(123. Box int , Falrfield. Neb. 2 &IUI 27
TOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FARM LANDfU C. r. HARRISON. Ill N. I.
Life RE 1JC-J1P
FOR 8ALE-4M CHOICE EASTERN NE1WAS-
ka farms ; also a few for trade. C. R. Boat-
Menu Kl N. Y. Lite bidg. RE C4-JH
BARGAINS. HOUSES. IjOT3 AND FARMS ,
sal * or trail * . F. 1C. Darltng , Barker Llk.
RE1
FOR SALE. UOT . BTANTON PLACE. ON
Learenworth strott , taride the Belt line , make
m * an offer. Address * U tU. Helen's ave. ,
Tacoroa. Wash. UB MU3 23 *
TAXED UP.
TAKEN UP TWO HORSES. GELDINGS. ONE
Borret while face , wnite feet , other llir.t
ro&n. white fact , white feet. Marham. near
Ueol and Dumb Institute. { - > undtZ : *
BUSINESS
QUICK PRINTERS , KRAMKR ft CHANDLKR.
im Fanu.m ft 587-9 S.-.lJttr. Phone l a
Mall orders * et quick Bcft t 771-Jyl
BUT YOUR HAY 1IY CAll'OR TON LOTS. Wli
bur bar. A. H. Bardrr. ifiW llnrt st. , tel. 1197.
. ' * 833 8S
DAMAGED MIRRORS nEHttVERED , 71 > N. II.
; t Ml Jri
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ROEDER'S PHARMACY. 7TO N. TH ST.
tt 830 Jr
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D. T. MOUNT HAS REMOVED HIS COAL
office to a Bo. ICth. llruumf block. C8T-Jyl
OMAHA HKKRSCIIAUM PtVn FACTORY ! OLD
pipes made new , til 9. ) ! SUi. Mlil
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HOTEL BRUNSWICK. Ntht } AND JACKSON.
changed hands , European ; plnn , nrst class.
Special attention to rooms Cy month. Rooms ,
V-00 to I3J.OO , Including baths , light nnd ele-
fmcr. Ml 13 J ) 11
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CHINA DECORATED TO ORDER ANO Mn.S'D-
cd like new , 10 $ B. llth st . 17J-J ) It
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CARRIAGE TRIMMING. GENERAL RI'.PAIRS.
top 110 up. Louis Outline , 111 8. Kill st.
ijj Jyl >
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C. E. SIORRILL. CARPENTER. OFFirE AND
store fixtures n rpeclatly. 151 ] Cartel uvr
R. 1 CARTER , METAL CORNICE SKY
lights , smokestacks , furnaces. 1C17 Honartl st.
LOST
LOST KNIGHT TEMPLAR PIN , RED
on fold , finder please return tu Dee office nnd
Bet reward. J79 M'
MERCHANT TAILORS.
'ji. MARTIN , MERCHANT TAILOR. ESTAB.
1S7S. Imp. tt domestic novelties. 1607 rarnam.
79S-Jy4
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SUITS TO ORDER AT COST S. LARBEN. CU
N. ICtli st. Established M years. ! St Jyll
S. MORTENSEN , THE OLD P.ELIAULE
or , 404 N. ICth , lias greitly reduced prlc * See
Ills (5 pants and )20 cults : all made tn Omaha.
3 JH
GRINDING.
SCISSORS. LAWN MOWERS , RAZORS , ETC. ,
ground. Mclcholr Bros. , 1119 F.irnam st.
7 S-Jy4
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11AZORS , SHEARS .CLIPPERS , LAWN 5IOW-
ers. etc. A. L. Undcrland. 106 N. nth. 172
LAWN MOWE"RS SHARPENED AND RE-
palred. W. Boehl , rear 5 S. IGlh. K8 Jyl4
MEAT MARKET.
NEATEST MARKET , BEST OF MEATS. E.
A. Marsh's Washington market , III N. ICth.
123JylO
THE BEST CHOICE CUT OF MEAT AT
Helnzman's market. 705 N. ICth st.
CEO. W. KURZ , CHOICE MEATS. PRICES
reasonable. 722 S. ICth street. M217 JylJ
UNDERTAKERS AND EM3 ALMERS
ir. K. BURKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
embalmer. ISIS Chicago , Tel. 90. C25
SWANSON & VALIEN , UNDERTAKEItS AND
embolmcrs , 1701 Cumins st. , telephone 1000.
M. O. M UL. "UNDERTAKER AND EM -
balmer , H17 Farnam street ; telephone , 223.
S3I
HEAFEY & HEAFEY , 118 S. HTH ST. TEU
: C5 ; also , 21th and N EU. . So. Omaha. MU7
TINNERS.
TIN -AND SHEET IRON. WORK , GUTTERS.
Fpoutlng , valleys. rooflnjr. 'done cheap. Gate
City Tinners , S22 N. IGth It. S32 Jy5
TINWARE REPAIRED. . . 71 ? N.
ICUi street. Copper and shttillron norl-
IM 833-Jy 0
PLUMBERS.
FREE PLUMBING OF ( EVERY KIND. GAS
steam & hot ualcr heatingev. erase. 313 S. 1C.
HARNESS.
HARNESS , WHIPS. SADHLES , ETC. : NEAT
repairing. S. D. Ca. ad.K1S. . 16th street.
II' - > 9 M 9C6 Jy9
GET MY PRICES BEFORE- YOU BUY A HAR-
ness. August Uohne , 71113. 16th street.
M 936 Jr
HARNESS. WHIPS. NETS. .ETC. ItEPAIRING
n specialty. 113 .N. 15th afTi 202
TENTS AND AWNINGS.
WHY DON'T TOU PUT U § AN AWNING ON
your .hornet keeps out eun , . beautifies your resi
dence , costs but little. Omaha Tent & Awning
Co. , lill Farnam St. Tel. 8S3. SS2-Jjl7
WOLF BROS. & CO. , MANUFACTURERS OF
awnings , tents , fines , wagon , nar. stock covers ,
tarpaulins , banners , streamers. 703. 703 S. ICth
street. Tel. 604. Tents for rent. M3SC
HORSESHOEING.
E. B. BURT , HORSESHOER. 314 N. ICTH.
828 JjS
URS. THOS. MALONEY. 915 N. ICTH ST.
817 JyS
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
ARMATURES AND CONVERTERS REWOUND ,
storage batteries recharged ; electrical nnd. gen
eral machinists ; superior work guaranteed.
Omaha Electrical Works , C17 and C19 S. 16th St.
332
PAWNBROKERS.
FRED MOHLE. 1517H FARNAM. 623
H. MAROWITZ LOANS MONEY.COS N , 16th St.
171-
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
VAN SANT'S SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND. E13
N. Y. Life , Omaha. Ask for circular. 621.
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGE.
cT n GELLENBECK. BANJOIST AND
teacher. 1S10 California street. 914
PASTURAGE.
WE HAVE 160 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS PASture -
ture for horses. Board fence , spring water.
ISnrton & Phelps. Gllmorc. Neb. , or A. W ,
PhelpsiSon , 207 N Y. Life bldg. Telephone
10S4. M 953 J21
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FINANCIAL !
CASH PAID FOR ENDOWMENT POLICIES
tn old line companies : Addres A. K. Brock-
Box 233. Hartford , Conn. M333-J23 *
STEAMSHIP LINE.
ANCHOR LINE MAIL STEAMSHIPS SAIL
regularly e\ery Saturday from New York for
I ndonderry and Glasgow. City of Rome , June
30 , 3 i > . m. . Ethiopia , July 7 , 9 a. m. , Fur-
nessla , July 14 , 3 p. m. ; Anchorla. July : i , 4
I > . m. Saloon , second class and steerage.
Single or round trip tickets from New York or
Chicago at reduced rates to the principal
Scotch , English , Irish and nil continental
points. For money orders , drafts , outward or
prepaid tlckits apply to any of our local ageuts
or to Hend raon Bros. . Chicago :
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TICKET BROKERS.
J. II. DAVIES , MEMBER A. T. R ASS'N ;
tickets bought and cold. 1312 Farnam fltreeL
P. H. PHILIJIN , CUT RATKS. 1191 FARNAM.
i nt 232 JylO
RU.tI.TY Styi tf KT.
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INSTRUJ1ENTS placed' 'oni record June 20 ,
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Aslak Olson to S G Cady , Iqt : 19 , block 4C5 ,
Grandvlew . I SOO
AUB Slcvers to EmU Strobtds ! lot JJ , block
9. Clifton Hill . < . .ku . 4M
W O Camptxll to J S Campbell , lot 17 ,
Selby Heights . nM > \ . CM
Emily Corby to William iUIrd. lot S ,
block 1. Sherwood park-7'V. . , . J'1
M A Paddock and imsl lua tn Holland
& Bradford , lot G , block J. Jiffrlea re-
plat of Albrlcht's Cholce.Vi . KO
F D Wead to M J Brown."TOt 8 , Mlchtls'
eubdlv . . . . . . . . „ . , „ . 700
Peter Anderson to D W.rronklln , ISH'llW
int. In Stone Quarrj't , t rve . 7,000
QUIT CLAIM XIEEDS.
Oscar Quick to G II Payh3"part of Wil
liams street nnd Flfth' ' r rt adjoining
lot 4. block 1C. Credit Fancier add . 1
Gust Larson and wife to Thomas Mur
ray , lot L in n ne 23-13- } . 100
DEEDS.
Sheriff to A L Wolcott. lot 4 , Block's
subdlr . . . C7
Total amount of transfers . . . .112,641
U the onlj
SPECIALIST
PRIVATE 8ISBSEI
and DEBILITIES of
MEN ONLY.
Wc en Exelsdid.
18 years experience
I'lrculark free.
f 4th and Faroomii
OMtBl.
An Ideal
Summer Gift.
Mo more acceptable or
charming gift could be
devised for Maid or
Matron ; Sister , Sweet
heart , Wife ; for Bachelor
or Benedick ; Brother ,
Swain or Spouse. Long
will he live in memory
sweet who presents to
his friend a box of the
GENUINE
Laura's '
FLORIDA WATER.
This estia-
ordinary Re-
Juvenal or 13
tho' Falling Sen-
most
vonderful nation * . Nerv
ous twitch ing
discovery of
tha age. It of the eyes
nnd other
n s been en
dorsed by the pa.ts.
IcadlugBclen. Strengthens ,
tlfic men of invigorates
Europe and nnd tones tlie
America. entire sys ton.
Hud > an is. Hudjan cures
purely vcgo- Deb llity ,
Nervousnets ,
Hudjan stops missions ,
Premalurer.sss aaddevclopcs
of the d 1 and restores
s-
charge in 20 weak organs.
days. Cures Pains in the
bacfc , losci
LOST
by any or
MANHOOD night stopped
quickly. Over 2,000 private endorsements.
Prematureness means Impotency in the
flrct stage. It is a symptom of semtnul
weakness and barrenness. It can be
stopped In 20 days by the use of Hudyan.
The new discovery was made by the spec
ialists of tha old famous Hudson Medical
Institute. It is the strongest vltallzer
made. It Is very powerful , but harmless.
Sold for $1.00 a package or six packages
for Jo.OO ( p'aln scaled boxes ) . Written
guarantee Blven for a cure. If you buy
six boxes nnd nre not entirely cured , six
more will be rent to vou free of nil charges.
Bend for circulars nnd testimonials. Address
HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1032 Market St. , San Fnmcisoo , Cal.
-CP,3\U. SUES 6 CO. . Solicitors , Hi
S , OMAHA , NEB. Advice FREE.
RHlLWfly-T-lJjdEOHRD
Leaves ICJIICJAlJOTTjUrnnNGTON A : ( J.Arrives' |
Omahal Depot 10thuna _ Mason Sis. | Omaha
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4 : < 5pm Chicago V'estlbule 0:50am
0:45.1171 Chicago Express 4.25pm
7:02pm..Chicago and Iowa Local . . . . S : mm
ll.Kam Tneinc Junction Local. . . . . . 5:5Spm :
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Dmahal Depot 10th and Mason Sis. | _ Oma.ia
10:1.1am Denver Express 9Uain :
10l : im Deadwood Express 4lupm
4&i > . . . . . . . . . . . Express. . . . . . . . . . 4:10pn )
6Wpm..Nebraska Local ( except Sun. ) . . . "
8ll > am..Lincoln Local ( except Sunday ) . „ :
.Leaves I K. a. ST. J. & C. II. | Airl\es
Omubal Depot 10th and Mason Sta I Omaha
8 : vun. . . . .Kansas City Day Express. . . . 5:3 > pm
SMIpm.K. C. Night Ex. Ma U. P. Trans. 6:0ani
Lcavc I CHICAGO , It. I. & PACIFIC. ( ArrUe
OaiahalUnlon Depot 10th & Mason Sts , | Omaha
_ _ EAST.
10:15am. . Atlantic Express ( ex. Sunday ) , . 6:05pm
6wpm . Nlcht ExpresB . C:40am :
4:40pm. . . .Chicago VcstlLulrfl Limited. . . . lEpni
llKlim. Oklahoma Exp. ( to C. li. ex Ban ) . 5:3 : Jain
_ WEST.
f.:2. : > um.OUaliomu & Texas-Exp. ( ex Sun.ll:33pm
_ 1 ffipm . . . . . . . . . .Colorado _ Limited . 410pm ;
E ics | ONfOIfTACiriC. | Arrlv < a
OmalialUnlon Depot 10th & Mason Sts. | Omaha
9:5 > > am . Demer Express . 3:30pm :
2:15pm. . . . . . Overland Flyer . Gipm :
3:4opm.IIeatrice : & Stromsb'R Exex Sun.i.3i.im )
C:4ipm : . I acinc ExpreRt. . . .
.Fast Mall . . . . .
Lea\es ( CHICCTOO , MIl & . ST. PAtJLTATrlvM'
OjnahaUnlonDepot ! _ 10th & Maapn dts. | Oinalia
CKpm : Chicago Limited 9:3'am
ll:10.im..Chicago . .K IIICM ( ex. . . Sun ) . . u oirmi
Lea\es [ F ETXTM(5r\'AC GTl . lAirlxea'
Omaha ] Depot 13th nndWebsler _ Sts. _ ( Umaha
9o5iim ; Dnadnood Express T G'Knm
3:05am.Er. ( Sat..Wyo. Ex . ( Ex. Mon ) . 5lipm
r.xpm ) .Norfolfc Express ( Kx. Hunilay. ) .l ( > ' 45ain
_ C:30pm. . . . . . .St. I'KUl Expjvsi. . . . . . . 3-4iam
Leaes rdHlCAGO & " "NORTH\VEST'N JArrlvfs
OiiiuliulU. 1' . Depot 10th & Mnton Sts. | Oinuha
ll.Q3nm Chicago Exprew 6:10pm
4:01pm : Vestibule Limited S.Iftam
CSJiim.Eastern : Fljer Srl.'irmi
6:30pm.Ex. : ( Sai.l.Chlc. Pass.Er. ilon.l. SS..pm :
CMam. ; . Mo. Valley Local ; . .lO Jpm
Leaves" ! MISSOURI" PACIFIC | An IVCT
OinaliaDcpot | _ 15th and Webster Sts. [ _ Omnh.i
"sTorinm.- . . . St. LouLi litpress. , fiQflim
tt30pm ; . . . . . . . . .SU Louis ExpresH. . . . . . . . C : ' pm
Jljliipm.Diiljj _ ( ex. _ Sun. ) Nctir.i kaLocal. r . : l' ' > am
Omaha | _ Depot'ithdnd'Webster _ _ 'sis. | _ pnmia !
8WimT7sioux : CltjAccom ( Ex. Sun. ) . . S:0pir
10:0'am..Rtoux ' City Accom ( Sun. Only. ) . . SrOJpm
12lupm..Sioux City Express ( Ex. .Sun..ll ) : .un
JJdftnm..at. I'aul Limited V.4)ani
Leaves SIOUX CITY "STPAtrFfc : lArffveT
Omiiha.U. | I' . Depot 10th " & Mason _ St .J _ Omaha
C:5"mm..tkSIouT City"-
St. Paul
LenV ; * r"flOU ! > J CITt" & PACiriC , ( ArrivnT
Omahal Depot 15th and Wcbater StB. I Qiualta
.St. I'aul Llmltrd. . . . . . 9:4oun
Chli-ago l.lmllfj. . . . . 9-4 > .im
leaves I OMAHA & ST. LOUIS | Arrivci
_ fmaliaU. | P. Depot loth & Mason St . | Omaha
. St. Louis Cannon Hall . liJipra
WANT HIM TO SaTTABE UP.
Itondsnieii After an Ux-I'cHtmintcr to Mulio
Goixl a SliorUio.
T. S. Armstrong of Butte , Neb. , Is in the
city on a matter pertaining to the shortage
of E. O. Blake , recent postmaster at that
place.
Mr. Armstrong said Tuesday night
that Blake was short something
llko JC10 , but be would not state
how the shortage occured. A few
days ago Sir. Armstrong , who Is one of
Blake's bondsmen , received a letter from D.
J. Sinclair , postoulcc Inspector , asking that
the bondsmen of Blake at once remit $610.51 ,
the exact amount Blake was short.
Blake came to this city , and as soon ai
Mr. Armstrong received the letter from the
Inspector he camu here to see Blake , in the
hope the latter would set -matters right.
Tuesday night Blake said he would make
the shortage good , and has a draft for
Jl.OOO with him.
Blake would not state how he came , to bo
short in his accounts , nd his bondsmen can
assign no reason.
Mr. Armstrong li acting postmaster.
1IOIIUJIIAN AT WlLUKIl.
SutnUx , Juno 31.
Special train for the accommodation of the
Bohemian Turners Benevolent society and
friends will leavu the union depot , Omaha ,
at S o'clock next Sunday morning. Ito-
turning , will leave " \VIIber at 8.00 p. in.
Round-trip rate Jl.SQ.
Get tickets from transportation committee
at depot , before departure of train.
Elegant rouile tonight Courtland beach.
PI intipn TITP T\v\nfpn VMTP
SLASHED TIIEDLN\LR \ KATE
Western Lines Agaiu Forced to Enter Into
Profitless Oompatition.
SANTA FE HAS BROKEN THE AGREEMENT
Knocked thr Itutlutu Out of the ltn lnr to
Drnvrr During tliu MrrtiiiK of tlin I o-
I > Ubllran LrnRUo Clnli * ( Hlirr Lines
-lire ! tlin Cut Itnte.
The Santa Fo ypaterdav proceeded to cut
the vllala out of the summer excursion
agreement by announcing a round trip rate
of J 10.75 from the Mlsiourl river ( or the
national convention of the I/caguc < > t Re
publican clubs , which convenes In Denver
next week , dates of sale and oilier conditions
to remain the enma as agreed upon by the
transmlssourl lines. In Us notice of the
reduction there arc no specific charges nude
by the Santa To against any Individual line ,
the rnto seeming to have been put In on
general principle ! , the Santa Vo holding that
none of the lines touching Colorado had
observed the agreement made during the
month of May.
While no rate has been named from Chicago
cage , U Is presumed that the standard rate
of $12.50 will be put Inwhich , added to the
rate made by the Santa To , will make
the Chicago rate $23.7G.
While the Union 1'aclflc has carried out
to the letter tbo agreement of May 2S , the
passenger department announced that It111
meet the rate offered by the Santn Fe com
pany and vtlll Instruct Us agents accord
ingly. All the other lines have announced
their determination to meet the rate.
While the rate named applies only for
the meeting of the League of Republican
clubs. It Is safe to tay that the Shrlners
and the League of American Wheelmen will
be accorded the same advantages as made
for the republican league.
Whether the Santa Fo v.111 be able to
maintain the rate made remains to be seen ,
although from present Indications It Is some
what doubtful. U Is the old story of the
Knights Templar ever again , and will be a
grand hustle for busme s from this on.
Coming closa upon the lioels of the Santa
Fe'a new rate , the announcement Is made
that the Alton , the Santa Fe and the Chicago
cage Great Western refuse to Join the boy
cott against the Lake Krle & Western ,
which completely knocks the bottom out of
the boycott. Revenue Is what the railroads
of the country want Just nt present and any
thing Is regarded as fish to their nets that
has a cent of revenue connected with It. It
was this principle that prompted the Rock
Island to haul 174 of Uncle Sam's soldiers to
Chicago for less than 1 cent a mile , It Is
said , that Induced the Milwaukee to cut the
rate to Chicago for a number of Lincoln
school teachers , through the assistance of
the Union Pacific , that actuated the liurling-
ton to take care of a number of Denver In
structors for less than tarlft rates and that
moved the Union Pacific to carry several
llfo Insurance men from Denver under like
shady circumstances.
Hullnuy Nntcs.
J. A. Munroe , freight traffic manager of
the Union Pacific , has returned from Boston
and New York.
G. W. Bush , cashier In the passenger de
partment of the KlKhorn , has gone to Sparta ,
WIs. , on a visit with relatives.
lj. G. Garner , general superintendent of the
American -Express company , and family , left
for Hot Springs , S. D. . yesterday.
Mis. J. R. Buchanan , wife of the general
passenger agent of the Elkborn , has re
turned from a short visit to AVatertown ,
WIs ,
George H. Thomas , formerly of the con
struction department of the Union Pacific ,
but now a resident of Detroit , Is In the city ,
accompanied by his wife and daughter.
M. S. Giles and B. P. Humphrey , cloud
pushers for the Lake Shore , are camping on
the trail of the Grand Army of the Republic
veterans , now In Council Bluffs , to secure
PIttsburg business.
The Burlington passenger department has
received n testimonial signed by fifty of the
.Masonic excurslcnlsts , thanking the company
and especially Special Agent Reynolds for
courteous attentions on the tr.p from Sioux
City to Hotl Springs.
One of the fastest freight runs on record
was made by the Chicago , Burlington &
Qulncy Tuesday , landing three carloads of
bulk tobacco In Omaha \vlthln eighty-four
hours of Us consignment at Louisville , a
distance of nearly 900 miles. The train left
Louisville at 8:05 : p. m. of the 15th , and
was delivered to the consignees In this city
at 7:10 : a. m. of the 19th.
DeWltt's Witch Hazel salve cures plies.
CAUGHT THE COUNTEHKE ITEBS
Agent Hitches ( irts the Last < >
the Iowa < ; ! ] .
Special United States Treasury Agent
Hughes returned from Iowa yesterday ,
where ho went to arrest the two remaining
members of the gang of counterfeiters
which operated around Creston during Uie
past year. The men whom he arrested are
Albert Williams and Cliarles Craven. Wil
liams waived examination and was bound
over to the district court for trial in the sum
of $1,000. Craven was .given u hearing
before Commissioner Steadman at Council
Bluffs Tuesday afternoon and was also held
In the district court.
This breaks up one of the most skillful
and dangerous gangs of counterfeiters that
have been operating in the west for many
years. They tnade bogus silver dollars nnd
half dollars and a very skillful imitation of
a five dollar gold piece , some of which -were
passed on Omaha merchants last fall aud
winter.
Craven lives near Macksburg -was not
suspected by the federal authorities until
early this spring , when he attempted to mur
der Ed lllatr , one of the gang who turned
state's evidence to escape Imprisonment.
After his release Blair went to Macksburg
and as soon as Craven heard of It ho chnsed
Blair over the country for several miles on
foot and occasionally when he got close
enough he would take a shot at the fugitive.
Then Uie secret service men turned their
attention to Craven and have succeeded In
securing enough evidence -warrant his ar
rest. Four other members of this gang are
now serving sentences In the Iowa peniten
tiary at Fort Jladlson.
HllhiiM Colic.
Those who arc subject to attacks of this
disease will be Interested In the experience
of Mrs. P. Butler of 22 Filtmore street.
Fnlrhavon , Conn , She Buyn ; "I suffered for
weeks with colic and pains In my stomach ,
caused by biliousness. One-half tcaspoonful
of Chamberlain's Chollc , Cholera and Dlar-
rnoea remedy effected a cure. For sale by
all druggists.
S1O.73 to Ilcmrr anil Jtoturn.
June 24 and 25 , the JJnrllngton route will
jell round trip t.cketa to Denver at the very
low rate of $10.75.
City ticket olDco , 1221 Farnam street.
Court limit Iliuirh .Nolr * .
A "slide for life" has been added to the
performance feature.
On Wednesday next. Independent Work
men of Atnerlen , Omnhn lo > lK < * No. 1 , hold
their annual picnic at Courtland lUuch.
The management will christen the newly
born fav/n as Boon us an appropriate nuuiu
is ) fcUKKeMcd. It is a cute little spotted
animal that jilcanei the little folks im
mensely.
Everybody stems to enjoy the ride on
the new Kant Omuha motors. They ur.o
twice the length of the ordinary motor cars
nntl wt-11 lighted , Thl la one of the cooleat
joules about Omaha.
The hlKh wulcr in the Missouri con
tinues to retard the progress of Oourtlancrs
new steamer , but Manager CrlltlthM hupex
better time \\11I be mude uftur the bttamer
cuts up the river a little farther.
Cook' * Extra Dry Imperial Clvampujsu * has
no superior. A largo j early Inoruse in its
kales say JKJ , _
See the Jugclere CourtJana 1/aach.
After tlto L'ntaivful rutirrs.
A complaint was flled late Tuesday ogaliut
a man by the name of Anderson for seining
in Cutoff by the officer ol the Fish Protection
astoclatlon. The Asoeiatlan Is doing a gr at
amount of work to flop the unlawful taking
of fish In thin vicinity , and In A nhort time
lovers of the rwl and line need not leave
Omaha for a day's sport.
I omul n Cure for Srlntlc lllirnniKtl < in.
Mrs. A. Inveen , residing at 710 lltnry St. ,
Alton , III , sulTered with ilntlc rheumatism
for over eight months. She doctored for It
nearly the whole of thin time , using v rloui
remedies recommended by friends , and wai
treated by the physicians , but recelvml no
relief. She then used one and a half bottles
of Chamberlain's Pain balm , which effected
a complete cure. This U published nt her
request , m die wants others similarly af
flicted to know what cured her. For calo by
all druggists. _
Go to Courtland , cool , refreshing.
BACHED HEART ACADEMY.
rrotpprnu * Yritr Iltutril liy IIIMrlliutloii of
I'rrniluiiK Ttirixliiy.
Tuesday's distribution of premiums at
the Sacred Hetrt academy nt Ttvcnty-scvonth
street nnd St. Mary'i nvenae closed what
has been unquestionably the most successful
ycir cf the Institution , the popularity of
which I ) rapidly growing among parents
who dcMro the training for their daughters
In point of literary culture and distinguished
manners.
The evening's program bore the clamp
of refined taste. Knch number showed n
careful adaptation of the part to the pupil
who wns to render It , and a rare finish wai
given to both music nnd recitation.
Before entering the hall the sweet strnlni
of "Kuryanthc , " from Von Weber , by Missel
Adele Moores. Lillian llushman , Margaret
Kaufman and Tessle Little , at the piano ,
greeted the visitor. Miss M cores' fine touch
nnd musical InterpreUtlon were fully dis
played In the selection from Mozart which
followed , while the fairy scene equally grati
fied the eye , which couldvhardly tire of gaz
ing on the exquitlte mountain scene , painted
by the Instructor In art. A marble terrace ,
with Us palnm nnd vises , made n pleasing
foreground , while the room Itself was n
bower of these graceful exotics. If the car
was caught and , the soul stirred by Miss
Darlene Coe's \Iolln In Mozart'j "Tlouber-
flote , " the heart was equally touched by her
rendition of "Join of Arc. " The young Udy
Boomed to ha\o seized the trno Inspiration
of the piece , and by turns the warrior hero ,
the Icncly child and the martyr maid bent
and swayed the feellngi of lier auditors. Miss
Lula Schenk entered fully into the feelings
of her beautiful salutatory , and face , lips
and graceful gesture gave a heartfelt wel
come to all.
The "Sleigh Ride , " In which Miss Jeanna
Wakeficld'j violin added merriment to the
party , gave the Imagination n pleasant va
cation from the dust nnd heat .
of the summer. It would bo
unkind , as well as ungrateful , not to give
the little ones their meed of praise , as their
fairy footsteps and sweet voices charmed
every ojie.
Miss Hi Orcutt , the soloist of the pretty
and graceful cantata , "In the Glen , " pos-
sessses already a well developed voice ,
which promises much In mattirer years.
Miss Marguerite Wheeler's "Lllllput" was
a masterpiece. Every word , oven a whisper ,
being distinctly understood , and the varying
parts fully entered Into by the tiny maiden.
The last weeks of the scholastic year
have been devoted to oral and written cx-
amlrations , which entailed hard study on
the part of the pupils , and close attention
on that of teachers , and the prizes nnd
crowns distributed by Rt. Rev. Bishop
Scannell rewarded the victorious competi
tors. Notwithstanding the financial de
pression , the school has been a great suc-
CBSS nb to numbers during the past year
and the teachers ure proud of the rcsponro
which their pupils have given to the un-
wearying efforts made In their behalf. The
attendance has numbered sixty-five , which
Is an Increase over previous years , the
sixth annual commencement of yesterday
closing the most successful term In the
history of the Institution ,
The gold medal for attendance wns won
by Miss Cecilia Farrcll , there being ten
whose markings were perfect. Dach of
the others received n book. The .prizes
were for proficiency' ' In the various 'grades
In the English , scientific and classical
branches. "
About twenty members of the clergy were
In attendance , observing closely the evi
dences of advancement made by the pupils
during the year.
At Sncrpd llnirt roinont.
There were no graduates at the Convent of
the Sacred Heart this year , but commence
ment exercises "were held there yesterday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. These are always
unique in character , but those of yesterday
wore especially interesting and reflected
great credit on the pupils of the Institution.
The special feature of the program was
the presentation of scenes from the career
of Joan of Arc. The participants were
Misses Hosiers , Shelby and Meyor. Miss
Hosiers sustained the part of the hcrolno
of this beautiful operetta with ease and
spirit , whether among her flocks at Domromy
or after the coronation of Charles VII. nt
Rhelms , or when going forth resignedly to
death. Her voice is rich and replete with
promise. The tlireo scenes of the 'operetta
were Interspersed with musical selections by
MUses McShone , T. Schmidt , M. Barrett , A.
Furay and R. Shelby.
In the "Magic Shoe , " children of the
primary department discussed with amusing
gravity some of the burning questions of
the day In the moral , intellectual and politi
cal sphere. These taking part in the
comedy were Misses V. Gehlen , K. McAdam ,
Helen McConnell , L. Synon. E. Schmidt , N.
McShane , A. Hayes , M. Shelby , A. O'Rourka
and E. Cloves , ofwhom the first four gave
evidence of especial juvenile talent.
The overture wns played by Misses T.
Pchmldt. M. McShane , N. McShane , F.
Head , I. Maple , L. Mergcn and M. Reynolds , ,
and was exceedingly well done. Ip fact ,
the music , both Instrumental and vocal ,
was of a high order and manifested care
ful training , whether on harp , violin , piano
or guitar.
The address to Rt. Rev. Bishop Scann * ) !
by Mlfs n. Schmidt closed the program.
It embodied the thought that the scrvlca
of the creator must obviously be the end
and object of the creature and that every
thing short of God Is transitory. The saints
understood this , Miss Schmidt Eald , anj
there were many in the church who under
stood this and it was their duty to make
this thought filter through the snassos. The
allusion to Bishop Scanncll's Interest In the
pupils of Park Place was delicate and heart
felt , and found an echo In the prelate's
congratulatory remniks to the pupils.
The scholastic joar liax been a successful
one , not perhaps In point nf numbers , but
in the results ax shown by the pupils In the
oral and written examinations concluded
Tuesday. The new session opens on the
first Wednesday in September.
Whooping Cough.
There Is no danger from this disease when
Chamberlain's Cough remedy Is freely given.
It liquefies the tough mucus and aids ex
pectoration. It also letscns the severity
and frequency of the paroxysms of coughIng -
Ing , and Insures n speedr recovery. Tbero
ls not the least danger In giving It to chil
dren or babies , us It contains no Injurious
hubslance. 25 and CO-ccnt bottles for sale by
all druggists.
A cooling rldo to Courtland beach.
A bazar for the benefit of 'The Scandina
vian Evangelical Lutheran Bethany School
nnd Young Ladles' Home , " Thirty-third end
Cumins streets , will be given at Pattcr > on's
liall , southeast corner Seventeenth end Far-
tiam fitreeta , Thursday ofternCon , Jane XI ,
from 1 to 7 o'clock , and Uie following Friday
acd Saturday evenings from C to 10 p. m.
A great variety of fancy work and many
other uitful article * v/ill be sold at reason
able prices. Admission IS cents. lee cream
aud cake served free. AU are cordially In
cited.
Kxiiiintlon llHlrt L'MHI.
For fall information concerning summer
escurdona call at the Chicago , Ullvtaukoo &
St. Paul ticket office , 1WI .Tarnurn street , r
address F. A. KASH.
General Agent.
ttlO.7. % tn llrnvrr anil Iteturo.
June 31 and IS , the Ilarllugtnn route will
mil round trip tidcoU to Driver at the very
low rate of ? 107u.
City ticket tiflle * . 1824 Fnrtiam ttrect.
Switchback nnd oaruus&l Oourtlnnd.
{ 15.00 to Colorado Sprints ntid return via
the Union Pacific June 11 , U. 23 and 21 ,
City oiQc 1302 I'arr.atn street.