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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE = flIUDAY. AUGUST 24 , 189J.
WANTED ! A
ir you have one for sale talk , to our
thousands through The Bee want col
umns. There's many a horse buyer
hidden there ,
AilvcitUcmcnts for these columns will lie tnljcn
until 12:30 : p. m. for the evening nnil until 9:00 :
p. m. for tlii > mornlnc anil Sunday editions.
Advertiser * , by rermestlnir a number check ,
c n have nnawcre nddirssed to n numbered letter
Ir. euro of Tlie IJec. Answers so addressed will
bo delivered upon presentation if the checlc.
Rntoa , IMo ft word flrnt Insertion , la a word
thereafter. Nothing It-ken for leas khan Mo for
These advertisement ! must run : onsecutlvcly.
BonnR BTFADY MARRIED -
position , llnva hod six years experience nil
manRKcr ot lumber yard and clcvntor. nest
of references. Address T. 41 , Omaha Ree.
A 354 2.1 *
AN ALL ROUND COOK WISHES A I'OHITION
out west. Wyoming or UnKola preferred ;
married , ono clilld. Can furnish llrit-clans ref
erence. Apply at llto ofllce , Lincoln.A .
A M1GI 21 *
EXPERIENCED YOUNO LADY BTUNOU-
rnphcr employed half iliiy desires poslllun for
other hnlfl city roCcrences. Address U 11 ,
Hoe. A m-23 *
WANTED. ANY KIND DAY WORK RY GIRL.
Call at 1915 South ICIh street , room 6.
A M500 S5 * -
WANTED , A POSITION RY AN EXPHRI-
cnccd man In a furniture store. Address lock
box 645 , Illnlr , Neb. A HMO 21 *
WANTED MALE HELP.
SOLICITORS , TEAMS FUHIIDilNSTALIiMDNT
'goods American Wringer Co. , 1G19 lIo'va l.
( nNnnanTio-WANT MEN OP
rood address on ealury for retail tr.ide. Apply
1516 Douglaa. It MHO 133
BI'KCIAI/TY SALESMHN KOtt IiniD'S LUMP
Jaw remedy ( enders l by U. S. LU-pt. Agricul
ture , Ilureau of Animal Industry , us a speclllc )
ns n side Itne. Liberal term * to right parties.
Address Urothcrs Si Held , MnUcrn , la.
BPECIALTT ADVEFIT1SINO CANVASSnRS ;
men tamlllar with premium mcrrnntlle trade.
Money maker of eighteen ninety-four. Stanley-
Ilradlcy I'ub. Co. No. 7 E. ICtli St. , NN Y.
WANTED. TANTa AND VEST MAKER AT
once. A. HeristranJ. Fairmont , Neb.
1J-MMI 21 *
WANTED I-EMALE HELP.
\ WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL IIOUSE-
work ; small family. 1136 S. 31st st. C-412
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAi. IIOUSE-
work In a. small family. Inquire No. 615 North
' 41st uvc. C 411-23 *
WANTED. A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS AT
1056 Guorela nvtnue. Mrs. W. S. Poppleton.
. ; AW > 'iiuBAi' ' ' ; 'OVIAN ACQtTAINTIID WITH
J , clrtnn nhd glassware. Address r. O. box (33 ( ,
Omaha. C-M49J 25
.WANTED. A LAUNDRESS TO 1 > O HOTEL
nrak. T. Sllirruy. C M507 24 *
WANTED ! AT 2110 DOUGLAS STREET ,
American , German frr Dane elrl ; general house
work ; good cook. C M508 25 *
FOR RENT HOUSES.
TENTS FOR RENT. 1311 FARNAM ST.
WANTED-GOQD MEDIUM PRICED HOUSES.
List > our houses for rent with Ames.
_ _ D-tC5
HOUSES. F. 1C. DAHLING , BARKER BLOCK.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ D 666
HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITV. TUB
O. F. Davla company. 1505 rarnam. D 6C7
KILKENNY & c6T. K. 1. CONTINENTAL BLK.
FINK 7-ROOM CORNER FLAT AT 701 S. 16TII
street ; range and all other conveniences. George
Clouser , room 2 , 1625 Farnam street. D 300
FOR RENT , MODERN -ROOM COTTAGE ;
call forenoons 1521 Sherman a\pnuo. D MC2I
FOR RENT. LAItQE TWO-SToTlY BUILDING.
formerly useO by tbe Marhoft Trunk Factory.
; < 20 Bcward st. D Tan si
FOR RENT , MOST DESIRABLE HOU&E , 2513
Farnam. R. C. Patterson , Kamg * block.
t , e , 8 AND 10-TIOOM HOUSES. ALTMOD. .
cm , lawn anrt slinde. Apply at 211 N. Y. Life
, br 2121 Miami street. D-M189
FOR RENT. FLAT IN LINTQN BLOCK. , COR-
nrr of Msson and llth streets , * 6 rooms. In goad
repair ; 117,00 per mantli ; Inquire 6t Jotm.IIam-
lip. C17 , In bl ock. j D SI 890
< -OR RENT , ClIKAI'EST SIX-ROOM COTTAGE
'with bath In city ; only JJ500. SDW California
FOR RENT. DESIIIABLI3 DWELLINGS IN
all parts of city. U. H. Hlieafe , 432 I'.ixlnn blk.
FOR' SALE OR RENT , ClTllAP , MY .RESI-
dcnce , 1234 South 13th utreet. bilck house and
Irnrn ; nrst-rl.iio , nil modern lmprii > ments ; lot
S0i264 , John F , Co ts. D M3CJ 2J
Till } FRENZEH , 11M18 N. 25TII STREET : 21
targe room * , all modern convenji'ncvs. will
rent either half neparately , John N 1'renzcr ,
Opp. P-O. D M3912J
8.h6o rnoVSlJ. WOO ; 0-ROOM HOUSE. 5.00 ;
city rtatcr ; Dundee Place. 218 Iea bdR. !
D MI5028 *
_ _ _ _ _
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 2'S ' MIAMI ;
Inqulra 1214 N. lh. D 47S-21 *
11CNT. NinvlJOOM c6TTAgE.CQRNER
totli und Salilur i tied. Ccll.ir. tl t > > rn , city
\\atir , (7.00. Ai'pli IJ1S I'aniain stirrt.
_ _ _ _ "
t'-ROOM MODERN COTTAo"n. rOHNEIJ. "T 4
mil's from postulllcc. good location , with barn.
t S-room house In excellent repair , JS.QO. FliUllty
Irujt company , 17th and Furnam streets.
> IJ-MISO 31
WtOOM COTTAQC ; MODERN. S19 8. 30TII.
D I SI i'6 *
210 N. KT1I ST. : W , U 2511 DAVENPORT ST.
Iniulre 2313 Cnpltal nienue. D 491 25
) u-ltOOM HOl'Hl ; . MODERN CONVENIENCES.
ti } B. 19tti ttroet. D CJ3 15 *
FOR RENT , T.l.EOANT 10-ROOM HOUSE ;
reasonable. 2001 Hurt street. I > 449 2J *
gOR .RENT . FURNISHED ROOMS.
FURNISHED ROOMS ; MODERN ; SUITABLE
for ono or tno. 1913 Dodge. E 96)
SUIT OF FIIRNIRHKD ROOM TsOUTH FRONT
front , three blockn from city hull , prlvatu turn-
II jr ; rcfervmes. Addrcus U 9 , Bee.
FURNISHED RCO1I3. CJJ COUTH ISTH ST.
BGliTlt FRONT ROOM. 2008 HAHNEV.
_ _ _ _ _
1'LBASANT FURNISHED ROOM. K15 DODGE ;
FtlUNimiEl ) ROOM3 AT SIS 6Otrni 15TH JIT.
E-illSl f U
NfCBLt KtlRNISHKD ROOMS FOR GENTLE.
nken or light hauiKDieeplnx. C06 N. 17th iitn-ct.
ROOM FOU LUIHT
> } tli.
rURNISHED UOOH3 AND BOARD
XOUNG XVOMlIN'a "ilOMU UNUUK CARD Ol'
Women's Christian association. Ill H. lllli sU
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F-nt
"VKRY DICaillAUI.E UNFURVIS1HJD FRONT
nd kack parlor * , else furnlthed rooms ; every'
thine ni l-clJ i , 210 and : i ? South Xith strut.
VVK4 BANT I'.OOUS WITH BOARD. 2150 HAR.
tv F M3 U a 16
ULKGANT FURNISHED BmTH ! FRONT
room and prime Uxiid. JU4 iWuglas street.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
NICELr FURNISHED ROOMS WITH ALL
conveniences. Viral-class board. 211 No. ISth
_ strecU F MJ78-S1J *
- ROOMS , WITH FIRST-CLASS
board 2541 I ndon Couit. F M438 27 *
FURNLSIIiD RobM87 WITH OK WITI [ OUT
bonrd. 172D Dodge. _ F M 68 tl *
UNFURNISHED ROOMS TOR BENT
6 UNFURNISHED CHAMBERS FOR HOUSEkeeping -
keeping to man and wife ; no chllidren. 319 No.
17lh it. G 843
3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS W1T1T ALL CON-
vcnlcaces. 2576 Harncy tlrct. a M503 2C
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES
CORNHIl STORE , t50 00. S2 DOUGLAS. JN-
quite 21. I-mS 3
FOR RUNT. ROOM , 6J BY 31. 2ND FLOOR OF
my etore. suitable for cloaks aid suits ; good
tight and elevator service. Mrs. J. Benson.
FOR RENT. THE 4-STORY BHICJC BUILD1NO
91i > 1'arnnm street. The building has a fire
proof cement basement , complete steam bett
ing fixtures , water on all floors , gas , eta Ap
tly at the ofTlco of The Bee. 1 IJO
WANTCD. IMMEDIATELY , SIX CANVASSERS
foi cotintiy and towni ntar Omiha , worth
> 5 00 per day ; experience saLtsmen only ;
nomPlhlnR new ; Immense sales Call 2707 Q
ntrecl. South Omaht. J M < 2615
AGENTS. BOTH SEXES , TO TAKE CONtract -
tract * for reliable firm. 4.S5 Paxtoa blk. Omaha.
J 741-A30 *
AGENTS WANTED. OR SALESMEN DESIR-
Ins uldo line , to tike orders by sample ; staple
seller , easily carried. We pay expenses and
at.irjor commission and furnish samples on
application. Address Lock Box I.3. New York
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL FPRA-O-LINE.
Address Homo Treatment Co , Uuui-T. Colo.
J-MI8I a *
WANTED TO RENT.
WAN1I3D. MODERN HOUSE , 10 OR 12 ROOMS.
Soutli western part preferred. Rpnponslblti
paitles. Address \f 12r Bee. K M475 6 *
WANTIJD , A NICE TWO-STOItr HOUSE OF
seven or eight rooms , with modern improve
ments ; good location desired. Address 2223
Dodge street. K 453 26 *
W A NTK D ] A 9 OR 10-ROOM DETACHED
house , ullli modern con\cnlenicea and wpll
heatKl. Address U 1C , Bee. 1C M50I 87 *
STORAGE , WILLIAMS & cnOSS,1214 HARNEr.
STORAGE FOR HOUSEHOLD aoo"5s ; CLEAN
and cheap rate. U. Wells , 1111 Farnam.
_ f M-678
OM.VAN.&STQRAGI ! CO.,1502 FARNAM. Tel.lB5
BEST STORAGE BUILDING IN OMAHA. U.
8. gov. bonded warehouse. Household goods
storei. Lowest rates. 1013-101 ! Leavenworth.
WANTED TO BUY.
CASH FOR LUMBER BUSINESS IN LIVE
town , give full particulars. T 8 , Bee office.
N M98 < i S7 *
AN UPRIGHT PIANO , LIGHT COLORED
case preferred ; must bo cheap for spot cash.
Address C. A. Handall , Newman Grove , Neb.
N 419-23 *
WANTED , NEW OR NEARLY NRW UPRIGHT
KnU-e. ; Clilckerlnt , ' or Stclnuay piano. W *
. pay epot cafch. Address N 13 , Uee ottlce
N M477 24
WANTED , FIUEPROOF BAF(3. ( INSIDE
me.iKurenicnt to bo nt least ICxiX. Aildrcsa F.
B lljnls. superintendent Oninli.i Bridge and
Terminal R , R. Co. , Boaid of ITradr building.
WANTED , 7 OR 8-ROOM ALL MODERN
hnust for a spot cash buyer ; don't talk about
old boom prices. Call or writ * Dmvnport i
Wiitinn-in , S S N. Y. Life. N-MI9S 2j
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
PAYMENTS EASY , YOU WON'T MISS YOUR
money. Low prices on furniture * & household
goods. EnterprUe Ciedlt Co. , 61615 ! N. 16th st.
FOR SALE. FIRST CLASS UPRIGHT PIANO ;
cheaa ; must sell. Call 1258 SH 10111 xtirct.
FOR SALE HORSES , WAGONS.ETCJ
FINE SECOND HAND PHAU1OHS AND CAR-
A. J. Simpson's Reputary , 1411 Dodge.
2 TOP BUGGIES J35 & 65LEATICER TOP CAR-
rlage 169. Drummond Carriage Co. P 551
SALE OR TRADE-2 HOKSES WCIU1I-
Ing 1,000 lUs. each. C and 7 J-mr old. Fred
Terror , 430 Ramge block. P 764
THE BEST LUATlir.lt TOPUUGQY IN OMAHA
foi 1-55.00. UiummonU , ISth aid Ilarney.
SPAN OF HORSES HEVEN VEAR8 OLD.
good single dihers. 190 $ Danioit street.
I' 416-26 *
ICE I OR SALE ; CAN SHU' OVKP. ANY ROAD
cut ot Omaha and Council BluKs I.amoieaui
Bfoa. . 8iM Bo. 161h , Omalm. Q-M360 S17
1 C B FOR S A I.E IN CA R LOT3 C3IL1 1 KRT
llruc : , Council Bluffs. Q M523-A23
CHKAPLST CHICKEN AND ORNAMENTAL
f nc made , i C. R. Le , % H Doiinlus.
WAOdN UMBRELLAS. aiMl'SOJJ , 1411 DODGB.
FOR SALK. THE FORMI'LAS IX ) WELI
hiiuwn proprietary mullclnts. fiivoiubly knovtn
In Ihc , nurihwcst , with gale rlcl is to manufnc
turn and sell In North and H'tuih Dakota , No
l > ini > Uu. None but rpiiiKmull lei paitfencet
ansvvr. Address II. F , Smith. Q--Mai9 S15
FiiuTijRicK. CAR"L"OTS. JK M BEST BHJE
walk tirlrk In market. See taraplo wullj l.il ,
rnr. 20th nnd Hurt und 13th anul Plerca. Win
3. V'clBtians , , r > r. . : ; i , IJujia K ! Trude.
FOR SALE. A FINE Fr'I.I. IlIXMD HOLSTKIN
bull calf , 4 months old. 212'J ' Webster street.
Q M459 27 *
NOTIC-E ; WE HAVE ON HAND A QUAN
tlty cf beet pulp In excellent condition , whlcl
wo Intend to dispose of nt once. IMIce We pe
ton at the facfny.Vu nr alro loiuly io
make contract * for the dt > llry durlne th
comlnK fall of nil the 1S5I pulp not > et con
trncteil for. Early nppllentlnn tliuuld be made
Norfolk llfct Sug.ir comiMiiy. Q M479 2ii
IIANIL AND PLATTl7 VA LL KV'8AI < D "FOR
rale. C. W. Hull Company , PJtli S. Uard-sta.
rilKSU JERSEY rO\V ; A L.VRBE ANl
, very gentle. Addiecs U 14 lice.
5IAV13 YOUR OLD CARPET WOVEN INTO
iug Smyrna rugs repaired. 15l Lvavennortb
BTOCK PASTURED : GOOD FKIID. T. MUB
_ ray R-MI27 SiO
1 FOR RENT , T\VO KAHMH ADJOINING , WI ,
moth and Implements. Tlio O. r. Dux In Cu
MRS. DR. II. WARREN. CLAIHVQYANT. it J
lUblu bunlii'M medium ; 1th > etr ut 1U N. K
MASSAGE. BATHS , ETC.
MAU/VMU BMITII , Wl B. IJTID. ID FIX3OR
mom ! . Ms.isagapor , alcotn ) , steum. sul
1-hurliie and * fo. lallu. T MJ71 ZJ *
I > ERSONAL.
UXtllRELLAS MADE. RECOVERED AND ItlS.
palreJ. 106 Boulh Sixteenth street. U--3M
VIAVI HOME TREATMENT FOR LADIES.
Health book and consultation free. Address or
call Vlavl Co. , 141 Bee bldg. Lady attendant.
TAKE YOUR FRIEND ) TINTYPES , 4 FOR
25c. Proctor , 16 8. 16th street. U-M83t
SAMUEL BURNS INVITES'YOU TO 8ElfIS
new dinner sets at Ji.75 , iormcrlr 110.00.
UASAGB BATHS. MME. 1'OSf. 31BH B. 15TH.
A pleasant anil convenient place , 1W )
F.rnam street. Paxton block ; 'phone 111.U .
THE WOMAN'S BAKERY SUPPLIES VA-
rlety of choice Roods , besides five kinds of the
best breid In market : whole wheat bread a
treclalty ; * oodft delivered ; telephone 451. Mrs.
C. Eavllle , munan'r. 1104 N. 'Vh Bt.
STRAW TIAT3 CLEANED , RESHAPED AND
made new. S03 N. 20th Ct U 623-A-2S
CREAM FOR WHIPPING AND BUTTER-
milk. Waterloo creamery , 1613 Howard ; trt. 1332.
U 264 S10
,1183 , MARY MARTIN OF DES MOINES , IA. .
Is most anxious to see or hear from her rlstor.
Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson , recently of Omaha ,
Neb. U-MS66 31
IVHOLE WHEAT BREAD FROM UNBOLTED
Hour at Imogen L. Ramsey's , 217 N. 16th st.
U M 8 Srt
DR.W. STKPHENSON , SPECIALIST , 506 8. 13TH
WHEN OUT WITH 1OUR LADY VISIT J. J.
Mullcr's new Ice cream parlors , 2802 Leaven ,
worth street ; everything Is new. Including the
tulldlng. Tel. 1030. Ice cream delivered.
MME. LA ROOK. MASSAGE , 1609 LEAVEN-
worth street , third floor , front rooms
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
LIFE INSURANCE POI .C1E3 LOANED ON
or bought. F. C. Ches'.iy , Kansas City. Mo.
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. , 318 N.Y. LIFE
loans at low latcs for choice security on Ne
braska and Iowa farms or Omaha city property.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM IN DOUGLAS ,
Improved and unimproved Omaha real estate.
Fidelity Trust Co. . 1702 Farnam st W 683
MONEV TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Brennan. Love & Co. , Paxton blk.
LOANS WANTED. J. N. FRENZER. OPP. P.O.
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA PROPERTY
and Nebraska farms at from to T per ceQt.
W. B. Melkle , First National bank building.
MORTGAGE LOANS. A. MOORE , 604 N.Y.LIFB.
OMAHA LOAN & TRUST CO. , 16TH AND
Douglas streets , loan money on city nnd farm
property at lowest rates of Interes' . W C93
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE !
O. F. Davis Co , 1505 Farnam St. W-631
UNITED STATES MORTGAGE CO. OF NEW
York. Capital 12,000.000. S irplus JGOO.UOO. Sub.
mlt choice loans to F. B. I'usey , agent. First
National bank building. W 683
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATBH ON
Improved and unimproved Omaha real estate ,
1 to 5 years. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farnam.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Brennan , Love & Co. , Paxton blk.
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property ; (3,000 & upwards , 6 to 7 per cen" no
dclaya. W. Farnam Smith & CO. , 1320 Farnam ,
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
J. B. HADDOCK , ROOM 427 UAMQE BLOCK.
BHORT TIME LOANS. 432 PAXTON BLOCK.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI.
ture , planon. horses , wagons , or any kind of
chattel security , at lowest possible rates , which
you can pay back at any time , and In any
amount. FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO. .
room 4. Wlthnell block. X-633
MONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL PROP-
crty. Horvln Loan Co. , 701 N. Y. Life build
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. TIANOS ,
horses , wagons , etc. , at lowest rates In city ;
no removal of goods ; strictly confidential ; you
you can pay the loan off at any time ot In any
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN co. ,
30C S. 16th street.
BUSINESS CHANCES ,
IF YOU WANT TO BUY.SELL OR EXCHANGE
merchandise , get In or out of the business , call
on or address the National Information and
Exchange Co. , 203 First National bank. Omaha.
Neb. Y-503 A21
FOR RENT A DEPARTMENT ON SECOND
floor , 20x30. In one of the largest houses In
Council Bluffs. 13 , care Be ; , Council Bluffs.
FOR SALE , A BIG PAYING BUSINESS ; NO
competition ; H.S'JO ' caih takcj It. Address S
CO , Dec. Y-M106 S 8 *
FOR SALE. HALF INTEREST IN GOOD PAYIng -
Ing manufacturing business ; small capital re
quired. Address U 10. Bee. Y 471-24 *
WANTED , A FIRST-CLASS NEWSPAI'ER
man to take editorial management and pur-
chusj nn Interest In dally newspaper. Kstnb-
llshea ten 5 ears and making money. AiWrc" s
W. A. Garner , Fort Worth. Tex. Y MI99 21 *
IMPROVED STOCK AND GRAIN FARMS OF-
fcied In exchange for sheep and cattle. Wlint
Imvo sou to offci f Marcus P. Beebe , Ipsulch ,
Edmunds count } , S. D. Z M46S 31
TO TRAr'fl. 136,000.00 WORTH OF CLEAR
Omaha property for good Iowa land at cash
vulue. Describe > our land. Geo. I ! . Wlckens.
Fort Dodge , Iowa. 55 M463 25 *
REAL ESTATE TO TRADE FOR GOOD WORK
horse. Lumorcuux Bios. Boar' of Tiade.
TO TRADE FOR CITY PROPERTY OR CASH ,
a. very showy brown horc , C > ear old , l (
hands hhrti ; untracked : can enow 2:21 : gait.
A. T. Cole. Council Bluffs. K-M485 29
STOREROOM1 AND DWELLING HOUSE IN A
live to n ta exchange for dry gooil ; 10 pur
cent guiRintccd on Investment. Address lotk
box 355 , Ro.cliv Hie , Mo. , H-M502 25 *
WHAT HAVE YOU 'lo OFFER FOR A NICE
> nall furniture nnd undertaking Btock : no toun
l > iujrt > vumtrd. Address U 15 , Omaha lice.
Z-M503 30 *
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FARM LANDS. C.F.HARRISON , S12N.Y.LIFE
RE 3C6-86 *
FOR BALE. NEW 4-ROOM COTTAGET EL"
lat , cistern , city water ; cor. ISth and Sahler ;
tl.250.00 ; long time. Enquire 1318 Farnum.
Samuel Burna. R E 693
BARGAINS. HOUSES. LOTS AND FARMS ,
tale or trade. F. K. Darling. Baiker block.
ONE OF THE UKST HOMES IN HOUNT/.E
Place (2019 ( Itlnne ) ) If sold br > foi ( > Krpt. Ut
will go for Ir-ss than cost of house. Terms
Rbout half cosh , li.ilanco easy. R. . .N.Ythn !
( nwinT ) . 207-N. Y. Life. R I311
CHOICE GARDEN LANDS. 5 MILES FROji
posloillccIn tracts from 10 ta 160 acres. A
Kieat bargain. Will take some trade. N. D.
Keyes. 617 Paxton block. RE M735
Foil SLi : , 4.460 ACRES OF LAND W 111LE3
northwest of Omaha. Address Thomas Kerl.
OaUand. _ Nob. RE M777 81 *
LAND SOLD ON LONG TIME PAYMENTS Ol
on wheat contracts. M. P. "eelIptnlcli
Edmgmls county , B. D. RE MJw ) 31
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT. SOLD. "KX-
changed , rented and repaired. Typewriter und
cftlco suppllM. Tpewilters rent < d at II per
month , ll.e Omaha Tjpenrlter Exchange , sue.
r * or * lo tbo typewiltlng depaitment of the
Megeath Stationary Co. , 214 B. 13th , tel. 1381.
hEE THE NEW DOUGHERTY TYPEWRITER.
The Omaha Tjpewrlter Exchanse. tel. 13CI ,
No. : il a 18th st. Ml
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF STAND.
ai-d Openrltera and supplies. We control the
Denimore Callgraph nnd New Yoet. Bargains
In recoml-hand marhlnrs displaced by ours.
11 machines ptrfectly retralrcd , nw parts tup
piled ; prices moderate ; new machines loaned
hlle repair * ara mad * . I'nited Typewriter S.
Eupptles Co. , ! } Famun , fit Telephone 1383.
REPAIRED AND REMODRLKD.
Tires and sundries. Safe * opened , repaired. C.
It. Hedln. locksmith. Ill N. l h sU WO
BICYCLES. NEW AND OLDKO TO Ills
easy pa > ments , we rent and repair. Omaln
Bicycle Co. . 313 N. 16th si 703
BICYCLES-ALL. bTYLES. .
Be.id fcr our list ot second bund n.t ( hop-
worn bicycles. Repairs and cycle sundries of
II kinds. M. O. Daxon. 4M N. Uth < t. 531
IP YOU WANT TO 8BI.L YOUR l7Tl3Y M JJ
take It ta Omaha Bicycle Co. , J.M N , Ht1 . .
ALVA j. GROVEitT"MATHEMATICAL "AND
survrylng Instrument * engineers1 and arch ) .
tects ' supplies ; tracing clotb , blue pr"-o §
pactn. Ul South 15th ; mall onltra. 137
OMAHA MRERSCiiAuirfrirB fAcroUYj oto
plpi mail * P w. C1I H. Uth. TM
D. T. MOUNT HAS RBMOVEP 1UB COAIj OF-
net to aw 8. 16th st , , . ilrown block. M II )
I. 31 N. It
8TOVU REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS ) ALSO
hotel range and general-assortment ct rangea ,
cooks and heaters ; Mater nttnchmenta put In
and connectrd at JaaJaiUghes , W7 a 13th st
and Jackson. ' 5WS
UNDERTAKERS AUD EMBALMER3
It. K. BURKET , FUNEl'.AL DI11ECTOR AND
embalmer , 1618 Chlcaira-sn , tolci > ? iono 9-TOJ _ _
Bv7AN8ON"Ae VALlENIuUHDERIAlCERg AND
erabaltners , 1701 Cumtpf .ft , , telvphong 1063.
U. O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AMD RM.
balmer , 1417 Farnam St. , telephone 25. 707
FREE-PLUMBING OF EVERY KIND. HAS
steam & hot water heating ; sewerage. S13 B. Is.
J. J. HANIOAN. PLUMBING , BTEKM AND
hot water heating. 2705 I avenirorth st. 15i
JOHN ROWE" & CO. . PLUMBING , 8TE\M AND
hot water heating , gas fixtures , globes 421 B. J * .
THE MIDLAND HOTEL. 16TII A CHICAGO
sis. , coolest hotel , fronting on Jefferson square.
All car lines within a block ; cap tp"'Fntl of
Pompelt" only a block away. American Plan ,
31.50 to } 2 00 per day ; European pica , 60o to
11.00 per day. M. J. Frank , proptletor Tlt-31
AETNA TlOU8ia ( EUROPEAN ) N. VT. COR ,
Uth and Dodge. Room by day or wMk.
ARMATURES AND CONVEITBR3 REWOUND
storage batteries recharged ! lect.rlcal and gen.
e.al machinists ; superior woric cjaraateea.
Oinaba Electrical Works , 617 and 6l B. 16lh st.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACtors -
tors for electric light nrd motor plants and all
kinds ot electrical constructlou. Western Elec >
trio Supply Co. . 418 and 420 8. ISth It. 713
MUSIO , ART AND LANGUAGE.
0. F. OELLENBECK. BANJOIST AND
teacher. 1810 California street.
FOR BARGAINS IN PIANOS AND ORGANS ;
easy payment- ; Instruments rented ; rants apply
on purchase. A. Hospe. jr. 70I _
UPHOL'RINO CABINET MATTRESS WORKS.
W. R. Bell , R. A. McEachron , ZT17 L ivenw'th.
UPHOLSTEniNd VERY CHEAP THI8I MONTH.
M. 8. Walklln. 2111 CUmlng. T t. 605. M120
HAY AND < JRATN.
BUY YOUP. HAY BY CAR OR TON W3TS. WK
buy hay. A. U. Snyder , IMS Hurt .M. tel. 07 ,
NEBRASKA IlAY CO. , AVHOLCSAUE HAY ,
Brain and mill stuff. We nre n1wa s on the
narket to buy or sell. H02-4-6 N IcliolM st. 158
LOST , A 4-MONTHS.OCH PUO DOO , ANSWERIng -
Ing to the name of Sport ; wnndered or was
stolen from 22d and Cnpltol nvenu ? . Finder
please lea\o at Bee ofllco and gel reword.
LOST , A LARGE JJLACIC HAT WITH TIPS
near 19th on Burdette ; reward If returned to
1911 Burdette street. Lost B143j .C
STOLEN , GOLD. HEAtlED CANE. WILL PAY
Booil reward for return to C. A Jncobson , 1022
N. Y. Life. X I st-MolO 2
OMAHA OPTICAL CO' : LEADING OI'TICIANS.
J. F. Ponder , manager. Eyes tested free
2S South 16th , In Ktnsler-s drag store.
1 t 416-31
THE ALOE & PENt"OLD CO. , . SCIENTIFIC
opticians. H08 Farnam St. , opposite Paxton
hotel. Eyes examined free. 701
SCISSORS , LAWN MOWERS. HAZOnS. KTC. ,
eiound. Melchlor Bros. , 1119 rurnano street.
RAZORS , SHEARS. CLIPPERS. LAWN 1IOW-
crs , tc. A. L. Undefland , 106 Ki JllhM 720
DR. GEORGE P. NASON , DENTIST. SUITE 200
Paxtoo ulock , Ittli tm rartiam sto. , tel. " 12.
1 7 4
OR. PAUL , DENTIST , 2020 BURT ST.
WESTERN CORNICE WORKS. GALVANIZED
Iron cornices. 17 St. Mary's ore. S3 >
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS , JOHN EPE-
neter , prop. . 108 , 110 , 1U N. llttu Estau. 1S6L
TENTS AND. AWNINGS.
WOLF BR(5s. & CO. , MANUFACTURERS OF
awnings , tents. Macs , Tyagon , liny Block covers ,
tarpaulins , balloons and pauiclmtcs. 7(13-705 ( S.
16th St. . telephone C04. ' Tents for lent , 713
BOARDING STABLES. FINE EJVFRY 1UGS
cheap. Ed Bauinley , 17th and E't. Mary' * ave.
JOHNSON BROS. , WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
all kinds of coal. Correspondence solicited.
1008 Farnam st * U2 ]
CARPENTE11S AND BUILDERS.
C. E. MORRILL , CARPENTER. OFFICE AND
stars fixtures a specialty , Patching and
plastering. 1513 Capitol ava. , tel. 408 Kt
TAXIDERMY AND FURS. SEND FOR CATA-
logue. George E. Brown , jr. , & 'Co. . 709 S. Kith.
BCIIOEDSACIC TWIN CITY ! > YE WOPICU.
1521 Farnam street. Djclng ol every df scrip-
tlon and dry cleaning. MiH
VAN 8ANTS SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND. 6U
N. Y. Life. Omaha. Ask for circular. 7H
GET MY PRICES BEFORE YOU HUK A HAR.
Ausast Benne , 711 S , 16th st 26T
MRS. THOMAS MALONEY. 1(13 ( N. LITII R C ,
JOB PK1NTIN& .
REED JOB PRINTING CO. F1NG PRINTING
of all Unds. 17th st.BeebulMlng.7l
_ _ _ _
MAIL ORDER COMME ICIAL PRINTING A
specialty. Douglas Prlntlne Co. . OS B. ISth
strt , B i-doy ISy. J l. CM tor pi - l.t scirlc * .
BEST FURNACEMADE.SOFT COAT. SMOKE
consumlny and hard coalfurnteta. , .tlasle Cor *
nlc works , 10S-11Z N. Hip * t. S5i
CA7.L ON MQRAND Vjntf. ) LESBO S1 SOCIKV\
nr slngft rtnnc 1510 llsrffy. S ? H
II. t iIARo"\VITX LOANS ifyNEV. 4)8 ) N , 16th st.
a ; 722
INSTHUMENTS placed ttti record August S3
1894 ' w
WARRANTV ° * DREDS.
C F Janticn. and wlfPWt llonnan fchtll ,
lot 2 , block II , OrchnlJlHIII .
M Klnkennon to Bion'.t'P' ' ' blwk 4
Valcnllno Nock and w\l ( li nstpli Kchlltz -
BrcnliiR company , lsr\liTIch " O1" " ! ' " . 22.WO
G 1' Betkeit In Auirustiirt.BmerfT , n H of
lot 17 , block 9 , KounlznoM Jul'l . 2,000
J It Patterson am' vtle.tit 1. II Barrett ,
tnisltv , lots It and IVTjlock S , Taoette
jmrk , . l 0
A II Wolcox to A A Bix.nn , lot 3. blwk 4.
Central park . 000
A A llrimn to r L 4 M. A Grant , anine. . .
I1 L Flu her to 1 * t ? N'lrola > ncn , .nani ( . . . . . . i
O W rhrl < tensen nod wife t } Nells Nillit n ,
31 feet of n CJ feet * of lol a oti.l 1 < ) ,
block 3. Meyers. I ( ft T * add . 400
M A Vfletu to Jtjsa Bater , c ' . of | t C.
block 4 , Kckermau I'lace , . , , . 3X (
W T Robinson rt at to O A Hoaflanil , tuts
16 , 13. 2' ' ) ami 21. Vlnloli I'liic-i . 5i :
Hamu to Wyatt-Bullard LumlxT fonijiany ,
lot 11 , block I. Ilanacom I'11'1 * . * ' *
Harr.L to J W Pitmrr. lot IJ , tilxK 2 , f-ime. 4 >
Helm of Byron Herd to L B Recil , undlr
H of lot 6 , Mock 1 , VanCnmp B < ' 4 . 2
L H Ree < l and wife la lielm of Hjron
Reed. u dlv H of lot 9 , l > V > Ck 1. ninie , . . . 2
QUIT CLAIM DEBDS.
E D llnllh and wife to First National hank
cf Atllncton , tot * , block C , Hoiilh Omilia 1,50
G II E.istman ami vrtfti ta A C1 Tllrua rt
a ) , trustee ! , lot 21 , Archer Place .
Special master to H W'Yutrs , > > M fwt of
U of lot 3 , blocl : OPar ) ; i'fae .
Total amount of transfer * .
ROCK ISLAM'S ' CONTRACT
Strike Commission Learns Bomotliing About
tha Business of the Oompanji
NOT COMPELLED TO HAUL PULLMAN CARS
Ucnrrnl Muting-or 81. .John Tpstlllca on
DclinU or Ills Itouil hut D
to rroiluco ( lie t'ontnict No
lllllClttlleltllg.llcSlI ) "
CHICAGO , Aug. 23. General Manager St.
John of the Hock Island was called before
lie strike commissioners today. He had prf-
> arcd a history of tlia strike as It affected his
road , and read to ( ho commissioners a de-
lallcd account ol the troubles. When ho had
finished he was asted It his own company
"Not In the icnsa that the word Is gen
erally understood" laid the witness. "When
a man Is discharged from one of our di
visions we send n statement to our other di
visions that ho may not bo ro-omployed. but
no such statement li Rent to other roads un
less It Is requested. "
"Can you show is a copy o ! your con
tract with the Pullman company ? " naked
"I can show you the contract , If you will
regard It as of a private nature. I do not
wish to see it published In the newspapers "
This proposition was refused , and Mr. St.
John was asked If the contract compelled
Ma company to natal Pullmans on all pas
"No , " was tlio answer.Ve can haul
Pullmans on anjr trail in we choose , and need
not haul them unless we wish. "
"Then you vero not compelled to haul
Pullmans during the strike ? "
"No , wo WCIB not. "
Mr. St. John was askpd as to the number
of strikers who had been taken back by his
"Most of oiir men , " ho said , "quit work
through fear , bat ol the f > 22 actual strikers
only seventy-four hnvo been taknn back. "
The witness said their relations to labor
unions were regulated by the number of
iron on their lines belonging to the unions.
"When a union has 60 per cent or more
of our men , " lie Bald , "wo as n general
tnlng treat with Its representatives. Wo
had no dealings with the A. R. U. , as It had
less than GOO ol our employes. "
"Did your road tut wages last spring or
this summer ? " asked Commissioner "Wright.
> "No , sir ; "no cut oilr force , but not
wages , "
"Has your road advanced v.ages within the
last ten years ? "
"Yes , wo ha\o frequently made Individual
advances , but no general advance that I
remember of. "
"How much aid the strike cost the Rock
Island road ? " askel Mr. Kcrnan.
"I cannot gives exact figures without refer
ence to data , but I should say that the strike
cost our roait bftwesn $800,000 and $1,000,000.
llr. St. John emphatically denied the state
ment taht the United States marshals used
during the rloU wcro controlled by the rail
"Wo asked for protection , and furnished
many of our envplojes , who wcro sworn In as
deputy marshals. IJut after having been
sworn In we had nothing more to do with
them. They weio commanded and controlled ,
I suppose by the United States marshals. "
The witness said that many of the rioter ?
who overturncS and burned cars were
strikers. He knew this to be a fact , he
said , because unny of them were recognized
by tbo Rock Island employes who witnessed
the lawlessness. The commissioners ques
tioned Mr. St. John very closely regarding the
control of the deputy United States mar
shals , as the ttatcment had been made by
Chief Deputy Donnelly that the railroad com
panies took charge of the forces during the
T .rmtHEcuTiNu TiiE STRIKERS.
jiontlient Pacific SljowngSplto | Against Sir
HuiiJrofl J x-jUmploycs.
OAKLAND , Cal. , Aug. 23. Notwithstand
ing the partial denials the Southern Pacific
company Is continuing an unrelenting perse
cution of the GOO men In West Oakland who
recently went on itrlke. Several of the A.
R. U. members relate experiences which go
to show that the railroad not only remains
unchanged In its attitude' toward the strikers ,
but that It is successful in Its battle against
them. The railway union branch at West
Oakland Is entirely disorganized and the
members are looking to charitable Institu
tions and the ccopb of Oakland for the sup
port of their families whllo they are endeavoring -
deavoring to fluid vork , Some of them have
obtained work from men or firms that are
Dsyond the dictation of the railroad , while ;
others who have succeeded In getting work
with firms having 'dealings ' with the South
ern Pacific have been let out as soon as the
railroad company has become aware of the
Illinois .Miners Adopt tlio Columbus Fcnle.
SPRINGFIELD. III. , Aug. 23. The state
minors delegates lave adopted the Columbus
scale for mining In central and southern
Illinois , which , Is a reduction of 10 per cent.
Window GlussiMen Still Susrgofltlng.
PITTSDURG , Aug. 23. The window glass
makers and workers are holding a confer
ence on the scalo. The workers presented a
BUREAU. SUES & CO. , Solicitors. Doe
Building , OMAHA , Nob. Advice FREL
RAILWAY TIME CHRP
Leaves I ClilCAUO i NORTHWEST' * ! ( Arrives
OmahttlU. 1' . Depot. 10th & Mason tltn I Onmlm
ll:0r.nm. ' . eastern Expiesa. . . . . . . . . . . C:30pm :
4:00pm Vestllmled Limited SMOam
6E5am..f Mo. Valley Local. . . . , 10:30pm :
SM'ipni..Omajia Chicago Special 2lipm !
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Omahal Depot IQtli and Mason Sis. I Omaha
4 : [ > m Chicago VenTlbule 9:50ntn :
8iam : Chlcieo Kxpress < : Kym
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fo'.l&am T.r.IXmer Exjiress S35am ;
10i.nin : IH > advood L'ipress 4:10pm :
4Wi ; > m .Uenter Kxpu-Ds 4:10pm
6Mim.NebrJfk : i I.ccal ( except Sunday ) , CWJpui :
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Leaves I K. C STr"j. & "c. O7 ' | AiTlvn'
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* t:45iln : Knntat. CMty Day Express 6Sjpm :
lUpm.K. C. Nlxht ! - ' . . via. U. 1 * . Trans. CiMam
leaves "I "CHICAaO. U. l7 & " IiACiriO. " ArTlv
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. UAST. _ _
20l'iam..Atlantic Hpress ( ex. Bunday ) . . , 6:09pm :
t:2Jpm : . .JilRht Expiess Clilam :
4(0m..Cl.lcaciestlliulod : [ Limited. . . . l:2jpm
llM8in Oklahoma Kip. ( to C. 11. ox. Sun ) I
t.:3am.OkIaliorr.n. & . Texas Exp. ( ex. Cunll:3"pm )
l25pni..Colors.dii Llailted. . 410pm
Leaves' ! ViftSS FACIFllS lArrtvei
Oimilml Union Irpot10th _ & Maaon Sts. f Omh
f :00sirn : . T. . Kearney Uxpres r . S5tpm ; )
215pm ; . Overland Fbe.r . 5 : 40pm
3t'im.BeatI-ice : & Btromsb'g Ex icxhun ) 12:4Lpm :
C:40pm : . , . ,1'ac'flo ' Kxprrat . . .10:5 : jam
S:80pm. . . . . .rait Mall. . . . . . . . 4:20pn :
Leaves I CHICAaO. MIL. 4 : BT. PAUL lArrli at
OmahalUnlon Depot , 10th & Mason StjiJ Omaha
6:35pm : . Chlcigo Llniltc.1.T,7.r. . . . . 9:30am :
11 IQnni. . . .Chicago LTHireyj ( ex.Hun _ K. . . _ 6.00pm
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Omahal Depot llth Hjjd\'etister } Sts. I Omtha
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6.00pm. . .Norfolk : Express ( Ex. i unJa > ) . . .li ( : ( ; m
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leaves I IIIHHOIJIU PACIFIC. | Arrlvi
_ Omaha | Depot 151li and Webster 81s. I Omaha
.03nm. , . . tTt. Louli Express. , , 6" > iam
.tit. lauls Exuteas. C:5pm :
Oniahttl Depot" IStli anij Websttr'j
C:10pm..Dally ( rx. fcun. Nebraska Local. , JilOitn
t.uoam. Hloux Clfy Accom. ( Ex. Hun , . . . 8opni :
IV.iXiam Hloux city Accom. ( Sun. Only ) . , 1.03pm
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t : 0pin. . . , . Bt. . pnul J Imllrd , L..iL. 9'40nm
r.VavV r" 8IOU > 'ttTy" " & " l'A"CrFIC7 lArrl' "
_ Orialiaynlon ) IX-pot , 10th & Ma ot > _ Bti. [ _ Omaha
T JSuni , , , . . .Slaux City I'aisenRcr. 10Mrm :
. .ttipni. . . . Ht. [ 'aul IIiprcBi. . . . . . . , .10tyam :
t > rav s l SIOtIK C1.TY & PACIf'lCC JTVrrlveT
Umahal Dtpot 15th and Webster Sts , I Omnh *
6:0im..T : | D. Paul LlmlteJ" , lUm :
_ Vnm ) , Clilrnifij Limltetl. . . . . * ; | i ) ii
I \VA1I.\8I ( RAIlT VAV TArrfvuj *
I Union Drpol 10th A Mason St . | OmahA
> St. L uU Cftunoa ilnll..UJipni
now Bcato , clianRlnR the system of ptoeo
"work and virtually amounting to n reduction
nt nbout 25 per cont. The manufacturers
n till * district originality demanded n ro-
luctlon or 30 per cent. Today the western
manufacturers arc Instating upon a 35 per
cent cut. A lottlrmcnt Is expected today.
KILL CONPIUl TONIOHT.
Men niul Mit'tor * ttlll Meet nt Krvr llcil-
ford nt tlio Invitation nf lhr > .Mnyor.
NEW I1RUKOUD , Mass. , Aug. 2J. Mayor
Irownell has Invited the stnto board ot ar-
jltrntloti ( o be present nt the contcrcnco ot
; ho strikers and manufacturers , which ho
ma called for tonight. Tl'o Inbor eecro-
.arles lm\o voted to attend. The manu-
lacturers irre non-.tdmltlal , but It Is thought
they wilt take no notice of tha cull. U Is
reported that the Dennett and Columbia mill
o\or8ccra have been ordered to report for
* luty Monday morning , but the otllclals refuse
to confirm the story.
Treasurer I lowland of the Howland cor
poration milts Is being 'jltterly criticised by
: ho other manufacturers. lie Is accused of
unfair conduct , Inasmuch us liu wua rupre-
sontcd nt tbo meeting ot treasurers by the
agent of the mills , Dyroti K. Card , and has
not carried out the agreement of that meet
ing. In reply to these attacks Mr. Card
states that Mr. I In v , land know nothing of the
meeting until long nfter It was over ; that
ho ( Card ) attended It at the request of the
treasurer , but he had no vote , and that ho
agreed to post the notices of reduction sub
ject to Mr , IlovvlumVg action on his return ,
The latter on his return to the city Mon
day rescinded the notice.
KALti H1VI3H , Mass. , Aug. 23. The ex
ecutive committee ot the Cotton Manu
facturers association Is reported to have de
cided to recommend nil the mills In the asso
ciation to shut down tonight for a month.
Tha manufacturers say they arc thoroughly
dissatisfied with tlio present condition , as not
enourih looms are running to pay expenses.
SUN COOK , N. H. , Aug. 23. Four hundred -
dred n covers In tiic China mills hero did
not go to work today , because of A reduction
In wages cental to the cut down In the Fall
Illvcr mills. The wages paid hero nre gov
erned by the scale paid In Fall Illvcr , and
the operatives were accordingly notified of a
10 per cent cut down on Tuesday. They ob
jected strenuously , but worked until late
yesterday afternoon , when they went out.
This morning they refused to return.
Notices of a reduction have been posted In
the Webster and Pembroke mills also , and
strikes may follow. The weavers , who are
nearly all French , are not members ot a
union , but will probably organize now.
MIM : ARI ; LOCKIU > OUT.
Fall River Mnmifiirtiirrr.s Clo Tlylr J ls.
* 1 hnmliii ; U7IOO Out ut Work.
FALL HIVKU , Mass. , Aug. 25. The great
textile strike hero developed today Into a
lockout , and as a result 25,000 mill operatives
In the city will be Idle. Notices were posted
In the mills today that tonight every mill
operated by members of the Manufacturers
association will shut down Indefinitely. These
mills Include every establishment engaged
In the manufacture of print cloth , and the
shutdown throws 22,645 men and women out
of employment. There are at present about
2,500 who have voluntarily quit work , which
swells the total to about 25,000 Idle opera
The decision to close was reached by the
manufacturers at their secret session yes
terday , and It Is the result of nn agreement
to close the mills at any time three-fourths
of the looms were silent for any cause. The
shutdown will leave a total of 3,275 employes
at work In the Uarnaby Manufacturing com
pany , Fall Illvcr Iron works , Connecticut
and Scacona mills. These establishments
were engaged in the manufacture of goods
that do not come under the manufacturers'
The Weavers association Is In session this
afternoon discussing the advisability ot call
ing off the King mills strike , which has
been on for pome tlmo. If this is done It
will place the strikers on the same footing
with the other employes.
Train * Stopped by
NULSONVILLE , 0. . Aug. 23. The miners
and A. n. U. , meeting held last night gave
President Waite until midnight to decide
whether he would meet the old committee
of the railroad men or not. He did not respond
spend and all trains aio stopped on the Co
lumbus , Hocking Valley & Toledo road except -
cept passenger trains.Tho miners will re
fuse to work until the trouble Is settled.
Higher Wngns with Lowrr Tariffs.
LOWELL , Mass. , Aug. 23. The operatives
In the Lowell Manufacturing company's car
pet mills have been notified that If the new
tariff Dili became a law the 10 per cent cut
down ot last February will be Immediately
Two MllliiVlll Stnrt Up.
LOWELL , Mass. , Aug. 23. H Is announced
the Tromont and Suffolk mills will open In
all departments next Monday morning and
give employpient to 2,300 persons. They
have been closed since July 3.
Labor liny rrocliinmtlon ,
JEFFERSON CITY , Mo. , Aug. 23. The
governor Issued a proclamation requesting the
observance of September 3 as Labor day.
That Tired Fro ] Ing ,
Is a dnnccrous condition directly duo to de
pleted or Impure blood. It should not bo al
lowed to continue , as In It& debility the sys
tem U especially liable to serious attacks of
Illness. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tbo remedy for
such a condition , and also for that weakness
whlcli prevails at the change of season , cli
mate or life.
Hood's pills are purely vegetable , care
fully prepared .from the best Ingredients. 25
"Charley's Aunt" U really , positively , gen
uinely funny. It la a three-act play of a
very gay , lively , yet not Improper sort , and
the pace which Is set at a rapid rate from
the outset , Is well maintained , and Is man
aged with a steady crescendo effect till the
close of the piece. A dry skeleton of the
plot gives no notion of the fun of "Charley's
Aunt. " It Is said to bo full of Invention ,
has more shapes In Its action than a Pro
teus , more colors than n chameleon and more
changes than an April day. The farcical
touch is what It should be ; It exHh er < > tus
the Until of life , does not contradict It , and
so amuses without being silly. Even the
details of stage business and costumes are
used with such Inventive Ingenuity as to
delight the artistic sense , and It would be
hard for a season theater gcer to believe
that a man In a woman's costume could
successfully do the duty of perfect disguise
with un effect both of the probable and
the comical , yet all this Is dsno In "Char
ley's Aunt. " TIis fuu Is light , wholesome
and decently relating to , I fo and nature.
"Charley's Aunt. " conies' to Floyd's on Mon
day evening next for three nights. The
sale of seats will open Saturday morning at
the usual prices. _
Owing to the length of the program of
the two comedos , "A Cold Day" nnd "Chip
o * the Old Dlo k , " the performance of the
first comedy at the Fifteenth Street theater
will commence Sunday matinee at 1:15 : p. m.
sharp. Messrs. Fisher and Scott have
spared no expense in securing llrst-class
comedians. Manager Durgcss wishes It un
derstood that this Is not ono company giv
ing two thowa , but two compinlea giving two
separate pliys for the ono regular price of
Cltnrgiiil with Ulfn Ntn.illiig.
A man named Udgerton was arrested on a
warrant sworn out by John Schuster , charg
ing him with the larceny ot a watch und
the abduction of his wife. It seems that
Schuster , who I ? employed by the school
board under the name of nd Raymond , hav
ing chargs of a jjang of workmen , has boon
living with a woman , who he says Is his
wife , Ono day this week she and ICdgerton
and a man and woman named Lang ; , con
cluded to leave the city , which they did on
a flat boat , taking Schuster' * watch along
Schuster has put In hU time chasing down
the river , but Wcdnenday night KJgerton and
ttio woman returned to Omaha , where the
t'or.ner was arrested , Schuster la said to be
the man who had lomo trouble with one of
the Grand Army posts of ttili city over some
pension papers some time ago.
Oregon Kidney Tea cures backache. Trial
size , 25 cent * , All druggljU ,
AGAINST CORRUPT LOBBYING
Distusiion of Ono of tlio Dango a that Besots
Law Making in Arucricx
BRIBERY AT THE ROOT Of ALl EVIL
Mr.ntoorrlli'lil-.Stiiroj's Aililrr ttillnuVmer *
Icitii llnr A iool > tUrn Urging tha Ntcos-
slty of Itlililluj ; Tolltlrl of Corrup
tion I.olibjlsts Must do
SARATOGA , Aug. 23. The annual ad
dress lieforo the American liar association
was tills morning delivered by Moarolleld
Storey of Springfield. It was based largely
on the great Industrial movements of th
year , but this topic led to an extensile dila
tion on the overwhelming Influence ol brib
ery nnrl corruption nn IcgUlntlrm niifl Indi
rectly on all national life. Ho said li part :
Chanties arc taking place In 01 cones
of government which we umnut armnl to
Ignore. When we rcmemlifr the vondtr1-
fill exhibition t Chicago uhU.li cniwni-Jl
the civilization ofloo jenrs at.d coiuriHt tha
splciulkt prospect upon which our eyoa
restoil n year iigo with the sui-nos of blooJ-
shua mid conlliigrutlon in the nan e city
dm I UK the conflict whoso echoes nrss even
now tinging in u'i" ' .IIM we nny well In
quire whiit the change menus. Kve.ry ob-
Hcrrer of our politl-ul history luring the
Ins * twenty years mini I uvo lipuu struck
with the uh.ingolilcli lu token place
In the attitude of on.- people t3uiril I ho
fundamental principle * of > nr i , vcuiwrit.
l.nrKe bodies of our fclliw vllleiii iitist
that because they cliooso not ten v. > ik no
one else Hhotild war ) ; in th lr pl-icog , that
every man \vho wishes ) filluw n ccituni
traiJe shall Join an association vlilUi they
form mid submit his liberty tn Itu ( untiul ,
or else abandon his calling ; an 1 th.it If a >
man refuses to employ t'luin m Icrnu they
dictate he shall employ no rno else.
llebpect for the result of elections seems
to Lie dlsappeailim and political partisans
nre ready apparently to icsorl to any ex
pedient to enable them to retain or to nc
iiulro power. There Is to lie h'l.tr-l ' tvi-ry
nay adverse comment regiirdlnu cimgiesB ,
Htttte legislatures and city ald i ini n und
councltnicn , anil distrust of their pctn Is
generally felt. For my present p.itro&c t
mention It as evidence that the Sending-
members of the house of represintutlvcs Uo
not trust that body and frame Un-lr rules
accordingly. Loss of faith In tlio ! < > lMa-
lurc Is loss of faith In repiesenlatlve t'"V-
uimnent , loss of faith In the people them
selves. and this feeling lies nt Uieyot of
the changes In public opinion o" funda
mental principles which 1 have noted.
Bribery is made the excuse fop anarchy.
The danger which wo guiinl tiiietLn't IS-
con : HliitloiiH unti which In ovir cini > : ! tul.u
wo recognize and deplore Is tlied.inger
that private Interests can afford to pay for
the iiilvlleges which they seek a. price
which the average legislator conciot refuse.
In many state * ) certainly there liaii Brown
tip un li responsible body between the people
ple and their roiuesentatlvcH vvlilcli under
takes to nell legislation and finds 11 ; e busi
ness extremely profitable. When the leKls-
laturc meets each professional lobbjlut has
u body of membern who will listen readily
to Ills advice , and whoso votes lie can In-
tlurnce to a gieater or less extent. Certain
large corpoiatlonH which are likely to bo
Interested In lectalatlon adopt thp Baina
methoda of selecting icpresentatlves anil
each has Its cohort of disciplined sup
porters. The Issues upon which these rep
resentatives have been chosen have played
no pai t In the campaign , have been dis
cussed In no political meeting , ht-vo at
tracted no public attention. The rcU ques
tion that Is to divide the legislature which
they choose Is whether ono party or an
other shall acquire the right to control tha
streets of some great city.
The lobbyist also plays a prominent port
In the selection of the speaker of the ; hpusa
ami pays well for It , the private or per
sonal Interests at stake being' sorictlmea
enormous and the corruptible lawmakers
greatly profit by the transaction. . Commit
tee decisions arc alto affected uj these evil
agencies and It Is only after some designing
bill U favorably reported that the publlo
awakens to tlio danger of the situation. In
congress , too , Investigations of alleged cor
ruptions are notably fruitless. Not crim
inals alone , but men of wealth and standIng -
Ing , for years have paid the ofllcen of the
law to neglect or to discharge Ihelr duty.
Great corporations and private citizens have
pulO large sums to men of political Inlluenco
In return for legislative favors or for In
surance ngnlnst hostile laws , wlnllo humble'
peddlers have paid for the permission to
earn their living. In the greatest and rich
est city of our land the government of
laws has given place to a government of
corruption and blackmail. New Voik has
had -virtue enough at least to begin to re
form and has learned what honeSt men
never sufficiently realize , how essentially
ami necessarily weak Is any combination
Tha character of legislators must be
raised , and bribery stilnped of every cloak.
1'uljllc opinion must be brought to rrcocnlzo
the truth that It Is not the comparatively
poor , weak and often uneducated num who
receives the bribe , but the stronc , i3cn and
able man , at whose very door lies the sin
of corruption. The tempter Is as bad as the
man whom he tempts. If we cut off the
fountain the rivulet ceases to [ lov < . It lathe
the- pocket from which -the monej comc.3
at which wo must strike If corruption Is to
be stayed. The public must realize tha
truth that the man who knowingly employs
a dishonest agent , gives him manejto ac
complish an object , and closes his eyes to
everything but the result , Is Ju t as guilty
of every corrupt act which that agt-nt does
as If he did It himself.
In dealing with the delicate questions be
tween capital and labor which are pressing
upon us the legislature Is tha court ami
Jury. When men's passions are as atrongly
enlisted as they are In these disputes the
most perfect Integrity and the greatest
wisdom ore needed to adjust tliem. Absolute -
lute confidence In the arbiters Is essential.
Let It once be believed by the kiborcr that
the legislature has been bought and how
long will It be before we witness a riot n
which will be perhaps a civil wnr.
The reports of the standing committees I
were submitted. Reports were also received
from the committees of uniform stone laws ;
on expression and classification of the law ,
and the federal code of criminal procedure.
Hefore the section on legal education this
afternoon , , papers were read by Simon B.
Baldwin of Yale university , , on "School Li
braries and How to Use Them , " bj Wood-
rev Wilson of Princeton college , on "Legal
Trilnlng for Undergraduates , " and by John
Henry Wlgmoro of the Northwestern uni
versity , Chicago , on "Orthodox Legal Train-
Last evening Hampton Larson ol Penn
sylvania read a paper -"Orsat Dissent-
Inc Opinions. "
Charles Cluflln Allen of Missouri followed
with a paper on "Injunction and Organ
ized Labor. " After dlscusalnd at length
the question of injunctions , he said'
The tendency to concentration of labor
forces Increases constantly. gpeaklnsr
fri > m a sociological point of view , the or
ganisation of labor ng-alnst the organlza- "
tlan of capital Is entirely natural , Power
breeds tyranny , which In turn brings re
bellion and opposition , then counter forces
produce a new tyranny. One ixwit cou-
cernlnK oigunlzcd labor la plain. Under
the existing system of Jurisprudence the
laboring classes cannot hope and huve no
rlpht to expect recognition In the law for
their organisations until they n ran me a
responsibility commensuiate with the priv
ileges they claim. If organized labor la
tn contest with orK.ir.hicil capital U must
have a legal status In uotno neil analogous
to organized capital. If It l tn indko
and break contructH , fix terms and condi
tions of Pinploymcnt , have aolcc - In the
management of business and dlclute Ilia
clisHCH of persons who are to ho tmployed
It in dst have a legal entity which shall bo
nliJo to respond In damages for Its breaches
of contiact or Its torts and be suS > Ject to
the restraining process of the courts on
well defined Judicial lint1' , .
After nil what does It mean , thin sud
den development of equity JmHcl ! tl-n ? Tha
criminal Inun are ample and severe , and tha
power of government to enforce ithein la
limited only by the allegiance of KB cltj-
zenB. Why , then , Invoke the estraordl-
nary Jurisdiction of a civil couit never
designed ai.d In no way adapted to such
cnseaV The Incident Itself Is a md com.
m'entary on existing conditions , U points
to the conclusion that the pcomlo are be
coming afraid of their o\\n .Institutions ,
afraid of trial by Jury , afraid of the cher
ished guaranties of civil liberties derlvcit
through Magna Cliarta and enshrined In
their constitutions , state and national ,
The Idea scema prevalent Hint there Is
nothing at IBSIIO axcept the nuestloii of
domination between labor and capital. Tha
iprlnclple upon whlcli our national au-
enemy was founded , Uint nil men nra
created equal and are eMItlcd by illenablo
right to life , liberty and pursuit o.f happi
ness , serins to bo limited by recent In
terpretation to all men who bvluni ; to lubop
organization ! ) . Organized capital. In turn ,
br Its violations of the law , cultivates till *
cuss feeling. The efforts by Urge corpor
ations to make use of Injunction , with Its
punishment for contempt , tendx ta nullify
th provisions of the bill of rtghta. The
question at Issue In deeper than any mere
conflict of clauses. The fundamental con
stitutional right of civil liberty Is at stake ,
anil every American Is affected by any
violation of thai right. Upon Un bench
and bur , as Interpreters of the law , du *
volvc.M the serious responsibility of unplyltijf
those constitutional privileges to ( he In
tricate warp and WOOD of soclU and oollU
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