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THE OMAHA DAILY BJflEir SUNDAY , JULY 14 , 18D5.
Ailtcrtlerincntii fur thcie rolnmni TV 111 In
Inbrn until 14I1U ! ! p. ni. for the ctcnlnciim
until 8 p. nu for the niuruliiR 'id humlnj
Atlvtrtltcm , tiy rrqutitlng n nnmlirrci
clicok , ( nu linve HiiMters nililrrsucil to i
tiunilirreil letter In rnre ot 'llio Iteo. An
* ner 10 nitdrcMcil nlll bo clnlUcrcd tipoi
Iltlcnlatlon of the chrrk only. Hate *
I 1-Be n word , llrtt Insertion , lo n ivon
hcrtnfter. > otliln [ : tnkeu fur li M tlmn US
lor llrtt Insertion.
'Ihcne utlvrrll cnieiit must inn rnniccu
SITUATIONS WANTED !
A YOl'NO MAItUttH ) MAN , I'OtSKSSINC
nupcrlor builnp s ability , cicelies p ltloti : tin
ilcrKt.imli li < , okk"t | > lrm' nnil geneinl oinVr woik
Kinl nrrnuiittint nnil penman ; ref'iciices Hut
tills * . Will notne liUKlnwN lionao give mo i
rhnncp to piove my tibllitAililiiM T C1
lice clllre. A-.M8T2 1C *
WANTED , 1CW MEN TO WRITE MIJ TODA1
for the receipt ( absolutely free , In plain enle <
envelope ) which c.mcd nio or neivoun debility
exhausted vltnllly , etc. Addreii C , J. Walker
llox Ull Knlumazoo , Mkh. H-MI63
WANTED , MAN ON HA LAM Y TO TAKi : OM
do In clly. If succefuful will lerelvo nd
.ancement. Apply after 9 a. m. n Doug
WANTED. EXPERIENCED DUY HOODS CAI.
ler , nililicrii giving nge , pxiK-rkni-c. Hilaiy nn
references , "Dry Goods Cnirlcr No. 2 , HI. 3t
WANTED. 1,1 Vn. INTELLIGENT AGENTS II
Omnlm to oiganlzi * clulm f thi'-c to flv
families for our furnotn orrhnnl IminM Inn
In central MlMlKslppl. The tide of Immlgrnllo
I * going south where there' nre n hoi winds , n
cold winters , no bllzzatd . no crop falluret
Wlicro two to tin oi ! cifipH cnn be ralsr-d cue
year. Wheto theio In no such thing no u fall
irn If n man will work nnc-half as hard n * h
Aon In this ronntiy. fool stimnvm. mild win
ten. Hire paying crops of fruit and * gaide
truck , ilchput mil on enrtli. " st jnllr.ui
facilities. Gen. W. Amen , gencial ngcjit. Ijjl
Farnam Eticet , Omaha. _ H Mul
WANTEO-AN ENERGETIC MAN WITH oooi
litmlncoH ability rnn make Illipnil contract an
Ind permanent city or counlis piHtton with n
old established collecting company , sollcltln
business on commission thnl will net $100 P'
tnnntlk Aildrcit with ctnmp and mateexpcr !
cncc. Payers & Company , I .a Clcde Hldg. , S- '
Louis , Mo. H-7CI-13
WANTED SALESMEN. TRAVELING AND I.C
rnl , bcm tpccl.il or Hide line ; choice of tenltorj
W. O. Ttmplcton , Qin'l. Agl. .or. N. i. Life.
U "GJ 16
WANTED. PARTY TO PLACE GOOD OOLI
inlnlni ; BKul.n , tmisppcts and mines. Join
WrlBit , incident I'ol nido. Cold Mlnlnff nn
lulling Co. , T. O. IluPUS. . U n\cr , t'olo.
LAIiOUUItS roil It. fs M. MY. CO. . IN WYO
mini , ' . Worlt cuaruntwd. Kne tnini-p.irtntliir
Kramer & O'llentn , llth and I-'iiinani ft.
_ II MM3 15 _
WANTID. : HAMHMIN TO HANDLI ! A NIV
nttiacthP and proiltahle side line. Hells to II :
Kroccry trade. No cxpt n e ncct-spaiy to ( ilve
trial , for particular addieis Keller Maul
facturliiK Co. , Sauk Centie , Minn.
1(10.00 ( TO IIM.OO HA1.AMY PAID HAI.KHMI2
for clRari ; expeilence not nccwHary ; extra U
dilceinenti ) to cuftomcrs. lIlBhop & Kline. H
Louis , Mo. lt-M50C 19
WANTED. A PAINTnn AND I'AI'KM 1IANOP.
to woik out a purl of the pi Ice of a nnri
liome. litilancc monthly payment. N. A. Kuhi
lith and Uouslus. Il-Si-lC (
nN A SNAP KOM IIOTH A'ou AN
ciiKtoiners. Kxtraoidlnary offer , never licfcu
equalled. If > ou ant a Broil thliiR addiei
Meichants lleonomy Co. , I'M Van Iliiicn Ht
Chicago. - -
\VANTID , MAN TO MANAOU UHANCH 01
lice for old eMatillphed Ht. Louis Him. Salai
} 1O and Inlenst In biiHlnes" . ( ! oed refeiem
nnd $500 to $600 $ cash requited ; amply necinei
Addrext W. I. . Hollouay , Midland llntr
Oinalin , Neb. H S51-14 *
WANTED , A KP.W GOOD RPP.CIAI.TY HALKI
men. Apply with reference. A. II..lehmc
Co. . SC Flftli Avc. . Chicago. HI. H-SS2-H *
SAI.nSMMN IN OMAHA KOII O1INTH Fill
nlRhlng trade In > our territory. Nobby line i
men's Jewelry. No objection to other pultnl )
lines. Liberal commission. Salary when uhl
Hy Is pnnrn. Aildrvm , "Salesmen , " 340 fill !
UMB. , Chkaso , Ills. _ U1 ? rli !
WANTUD. SALESMAN TOM CALIFOMNI
wines ; $1')0 per month and expemwH ; chum
for advance ; commission If preferred ; no e :
perlcnco reiilred. | Adilnss , enclosing 5 slamp !
\V. A. Vandercook Co , , San Francisco , Oil.
WANTII > , SAI.P.SMIN. sso AND HXPHNSH
per month , or com ; permanent position ; i"
perlence unnecessary , lo sell baking powder I
the retail merchants. If offer Is witlxfactor :
write us full particulars. HucKeye H.iklnK POM
der Co. , SprlnRllcld. O. _ 11SC3-14'
BAIISMIN : TO DHIJO THADU sum MN
or olherwlse. J. W. Knight , 217-2 5 State St
Ilaclne , WIs. _ 1IM ! ) 14
§ ! - WANT'ICD TWO Acrivn , iNp.nar.Tic MI :
to solicit accident Innuiince for one of it
IcadlnR- old line companies. Onod commltsla
palil the ilRht parties. C.iH between S and
p. m. Webster , Howard & Co. , 4lKi llee Illdi
_ _ _
BAI.KSMKN TO HKl.I , 11AKINO POWDHI
AS'e put our Roods In Klats rollInK lilns. $ i
month or commission. Chicago llaklnir Po\
dyr Co. , Chicago. _ mci U'
I3.pfl Pint 1,000 CASH PAID TOM DIHTHint"
Ing circulars ; enclose 4c. Universal Dlutrllm
Ing Ituicnu , ChlcaKo. II 812 14 *
BAM1SMKN WANTED , "COONS IN TH
Hole" puzzle , good side line , n.unple Cc , pai
tlculars free. Mnrslmll & Co. , Ul Van Hint
8t. . Chicago. _ li-844 14'
WANTED , SALESMEN TO SKLL CIOAHS T
dealers , salary nnd expenses ; expel lenco in
necessary , enclose 2o stamp , Union Cigar Co
171 Madlfon ut. , Chicago. 11-MC H
BALKSMUN TO HIM.Ij PiTIT LHDaKHS , HI I. ,
registers uml other speclaltlts to merchants \
( "ample : side lines. Model Mfg. Co. , Soul
Uend , Ind. _ 1I-.MS71 23'
WANTED. CAMPHNTnU On PAINTI3M TO 1)
repair work for hou c rent. Call loom 5 Km
er block. , opp , P. O. _ 1I-M3 14
WANTED. 2 NHWS AOHNTS ; GOOD DA
. runs ; collector , solicitor and agent , on salar
Kaberg. 1314 Farnam. 11 Ml 14'
CSIIEUd'H nMPI.OYMIINT AOHNCY WlT
furnish all help free to employes. H.itlsfactl
guaranteed. Usbcrg , 1314 1'atnatn. Tel. , C33.
. _ H-iiao it1
WANTED , nXriIIUENCED DMY fiOOOI.
pnlesman ; must l > e single man , 2' ' ) to 35 jfu
old , and had experience In buying. Also win
man who has had experience In geneial slur
Address , with reference , W. D. Humer , All
nnce , N b. 1I-MS92 17
WAJ IEU JiiiiaAlil. iiELP.
2 IMIIVATIJ FAMILY COOKS AND BP.X > r <
girls ; hotel cook for out of town. Canadian i
lice. 152J Douglas. C M7i)3 ) 14' '
WANTED. A COMI'ETKNT AND EXPEll
enced nurre , at the South Omaha hospital. A
ply In person on Monday , July 15 , at 3 p. m. ,
hospital building. C MT'Jl 14' '
WANTED , C1IHL FOH C1ENEMAL HOUS
work , 2110 Ohio street. C S27-11
ALL LADIES IIAVINO A FEW HOIH13 LEI
ure each day should write im > at ijnce , rcg.u
Ing pleasant homework which easily pa > s
weekly. This 1 no deception and will c <
talnly pay > ou to Investigate. lleply wl
utamped envelope , Mrs. S. A. fitebblns. Ij\
rence , Mich. C-S 17-14
LADIES TO SELL cousirrs DIHECT FUC
factory ; new plan ; we pay freight. Write I
details. Ohio Curset Co. , Cincinnati , O.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 0-818-14
WANTED , ON AUGUST 1 , NEXT , AT 8
Mary's mission , ItcBebud , S. D. , n stron
capable woman , as cook ; wages , S20.UO i
month , 1' . 11 , Mugfurd , Superintendent.
C-.M831 1 (
WANTED , EXl F.MIENCED NUMSE FOH
chili ) ; must have inferences ; pilddlu aged In
preferred. Call ut 2/'J Hartley si. u tJ9 1
HOUSES. V. K. DAMLINQ. I1AIUCUU 1ILOC
_ _ D 4Ci
HOUSES IN ALLPAJITSOPTIIK CITY. Til
O F. Davis Company , 1505 Farnnin. Li 4C (
HOUSES , 11ENAWA & CO. , IOC N. 15TH ST.
. _ D 4 SI
II. E. COLE CO. . UAMQEST LIST IN OMAII
7-HOOM EAST FIIONT MODEHN. 363 N. 40T1
t-HOOM FLAT KOM MENT. 1S19
6-HOO.M COTTAUE , 937 N. 20T1I. ENQUli
S28 Sou 111 16 th St. D-t7 1
FOH MENT. FLATS NEWLY 1'APEMED AI
cleaned , northeast corner lllh und Howi
streets. KUteei dollars a month , Inquire rt >
_ Sit , First National Dank building. D 741- :
TOM HENT. FIVE-HOOM COTTAQES. 140S
North 22d street. Eight dollars per month.
quire room 311 , First National Bank liuil.llnt
. , D-742- :
von iyNT. FUJINISIIED HOUSE. n o sou1
lid street. Inquire 125 I'ark a\enue.
UIQIIT-IIOOM HOUSES NEAH HIGH SCIIOO
Jli-W and IU.ua per month. Inquire MIS cm
tel ave. _ D 7M-1 >
8-HOOM HOUSK , DAMN AND LAWN , 3
North 18th. Cheap to right parly. DbCI 14
C-HOOMED I lOl'SE , CITY WATER , CT
only 110.00 p r mo , 12Si N. 2uth. Ke m
Uoor outh. D - MS i ;
1XH HENT , A TWO-STOHY 1IH1CK HOU !
furnished ; oil modern convenience , terms \
reunjnable. Apply ut 41S North 14th. near C
cago. 1D-MW9 li
FOH RENT , TWO NICE S-HOOM HOUS1
Uftoccuai P < uk. lllckj , acent , U 131 K
I OR RENT 1-UKN1BHEI > HOOMS.
rt'iiNisiiED itoois rou uairr itui ? c <
kff-tnir. | Innillic Iil3 ! Uodgo. _ E M 77 1
EHY PLEASANT NOHTII OM SOUTH HOOMf
und iKiuld , Zl ) Dutiglas. E 778-17'
. ioirHinr :
Ing rm.m , * 020 Ht , Mary's. E-CI2 Jy 1'C *
"oil's TiboMH til'iTAiiLi : ron LKIHT
kceplnino ; children. M/7 / H. IMli auniie.
; : iiAiRirr ; : ooMH : A LSO HI :
gle rfMim , with or without board ; reference. SSI
I'aninm street. E-M7 OI4 >
ibt'SKKEEI'l NO nOfHif ft CO N V 1 fNI ENT
cheap , cool , large lawn. SG11 HI. Mary's.M8IB
; -M8IB 13 *
'OH MENT , NIfP.LY FUP.NISHED SOUTH
cast fiont loom with alcove nnd bay window
all modem conveniences ; Iwaul If desired. Ci >
H. 9th St. IX-S2S-HJ'
roil HKNT , NEATLY rtHlNIPUKD HKD-
loiiin with use ut pallor , tilpnrnntly located , nc
thlldrin , near car line. T C3 , lice ,
E-S33 14 *
FUMNIHIIED MOOM. 712 N.
. i-5S7 14 *
FUHNISIIED HOOMS TOM LK1I1T "lIOl'SE.
I. ceiling. Kent tinvmuUe. 2011 Hurt tlieet.
Fl-MNIHIIED AND UNFUMNISHED. 224 N.
lath street. 13 MiM 52 *
NICELY I.-UHNISHP.D HOOMS rou OENTLE
men or houiekteplng. COS North 17th.
E-M87C 1C *
OM HENT , rrilNimiED MOOMS. WITH OI
without board. W4 S. lllh. 1M589 A13
NIPELY TirilNISIIED : MOOM CHEAP. SMi
Hoilth SOIh. E-MS9S 1C *
f UKNiSHED ROOjlS AND BOaRI
Y Fl'HNlSIIED SOUTH HOOM WIT1
board for two , private family ; no other boaid
eis ; best homo comforts. 614 No. 21ft. bet
California and Welslcr. P 901
TO THADE , DHESS SUIT , CHEST MbAbUHE
36 Inches , worn twice ; cost $75 , for horse , gun ,
or anything. S 42 , llee. F 135
tOOMS TO HENT , 1THNIHHED Oil TN
fuinlshed , with or without boaid , f > 22 Nortl
Nineteenth Ulctt. . F S23-15 *
OM HENT. FrilNIHHEU HOOMS WITH
board. 1S24 Illnncy ftrtet. 1' MSC3 15 *
OM HENT , ELEGANT HOOMS , ALt7 MOD
ern conveniences , with or without Intnl. 22H
Falnam sueet. I' S77 14 *
PPHNISIIED OH UNPPHNISIIED HOOMS ,
modern ; shade tieos ; refeunces. 2222 Hurt st ,
O-bS4 14 *
I Civ RENT STORUb ANJD OFFICES
OH HENT-THE 4-STOHY UHICK HUILDINC1
010 Farnam street. This building has a lire
proof cement basement , complete steam heat
Inn llxtuies , water on all Hours , gas , etc. Ap
ply at the otllce of The Uee. I DID
I-OH KENT , FIHST-CLASS TIIHEE-STOH1
nnd basement , brick store building. No. 1W3 Far
nam btreet. Suitable for any kind of buslncs
Iteasonable terms. Inquire room till First Nn
tional II.ink building. 1 740-22
MEN AND WOMEN , $3 TO $10 A DAY. AD
dress the Handy Heater Co. , S3I New York I.lf
bhlg , . Omtha. Neb. J 474
XOENTS WANTED , NEW WALL MAP U. F
and world , six feet long , eleven lieautlfu
colors. No expeilence needtd. You cannot imki
money wiser. Send Me for sample or write
Maud , McNally & Co. , Chlaigo. J
WANTED , AGENTS TO SELL SASH LOCK !
nnd door holders. Sample sash lock free b' '
mall for 2c stump , llest sellers ever Invented
! nniVsllti-1 ! W "llaywnte quick. llio
lianl & Co. . Hex 77 , Philadelphia. J
iANTED. . AOL'NTS. CANVASSEHS , MALE Ol
female ; something new In ladles' shoes of i-ren
meilt ; big p.iy and exclusive sale guaiantee. '
Address Manufacturers' Shoe Co. , 433 Unlo
st. , Ljnn. Mass. j _
WANTED. AGENTS FOH Ol'M ASHESTO !
Clay > klng ware. Wages W to $7 n i ay
CWt ' "
DICTIONARY OF UNITED STATES HISTOR
Is wanted by everbody ; agents nvike 130 pf
week easily ; one ngcnt sold 33 books In IS calls
another CG liooks In one week ; write for pal
tcualrs ; outfit Jl. Puritan Publishing Co. , :
liromlleld ft. , Hoston , Mass.
AGENTS WANTED EVEMYWHEHE TO MAK
it dally selling our Aluminum novelties , lee
like- silver , weighs one-quarter ; untarnlshabli
featheiwelght. wonderful , newest out. Samp ]
lOe. Catalogue free. Aluminum Novelty Co
33o Hioaduay , New York.
WANTED AGENTS ( LADIES PHEKEHHED
In evoiy town and city In the United Slates t
sell to consumers , tea , coffee , spices , etc. J1.C
per dav made wltliou' any Investment. Writ
I'ppt. II. , National Wholesale Hunnlv Co JO
So MnlnSt. _ , St. Louis , Mo. JSC1-14 *
' " "
WANTED. AO'ENTS "TO "SELL CIOAH S T <
dealers ; salary or commission paid ; sampl
puttlt fuinlshed ; reply with 2o stamp. Flgnn
Cigar Co. , Chicago. J 843 14 *
WANTED , AGENTS TO HANDLE HURGLA1
proof key lock ; positively secures locks agalns
being picked ; sells nt sight ; oinamental ; per
mantnt ; sample twelve cents. Colin fc Camp
bell , 4j S. Canal nt. , Chicago. J MSM 14 *
AGENTS MAKE $3.00 AND $3.00 PIH DA"1
selling the gem egg tester ; big piolits , Mrnpl
lOc Gem Egg Tester Co. , Bio Lee stiect , Mil
wuukee , \ \ Is. J MSW 14 *
WANTED. LADY OH GENTLEMAN TO SO
licit meichunts for nn advertising specialty
A good thing. If you lire u ruslier and meal
business wilte I * S. 1'lckett , Nevada. Iowa.
J SS6 14 *
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED , TO HENT FUHNISIIED HOUSE ,
to 9 looms , for 9 months to 1 je.ir ; batlsfactor
references furnished. Address P. o. box 218.
K M7S3 14 *
WANTED , FUHNISIIED HOUSE OF 10 OH :
looms , located mar good hoarding house , bi
tvveen D.iven | > ort and St. Mary's avenue. Ai
dices 1414 South 27lh t > lrc t , Omaha.K
K M804 IS *
WANTED. HY GENTLEMAN , FUHNISHE
room with pilvjleges. State terms. Addiei
T CO , llee. K-S03-14 *
Q. G. WALLACE. HENTALS. 312 UHOWN HLI
IIEST STOMAGE HUILDING IN OMAHA. U. i
gov. bonded wareliouse ; household Koods btorei
lowest lates. 1013-1015 Leavenwotth. M 470
STOHARC , FHAN1C EUEHS. 1214 HAHNEY.M473
PACIFIC STOHAQE & WAHEHOUSB CO. , K
10 Jones sts. General storage unJ forwardlni
_ _ . M 178
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED. SECOND-HAND MICYCLE IN GOO
condition. Call Mo Pierce street. N MT94 14 *
i-UOOM HOUSE. WITH ALL MODEHN COI >
\enlences. Address T C2. Hoc- , stating prh
und location. N k3S 14 *
TICKET LETTEH S OF MOKASKA STAH CO1
fet > . Call or address 604 Avenue A , Coum
llluffs , la. N 194 14
FOR BALE FURNITURE.
FOH SALE , TWO HEDHOOM SUITS , INCLUI
Ing folding bed , dining room furniture , 01
him ! coal burner , all comparatively n vv. Ci
bo seen 2332 Davenport street. O MS3C-17"
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
HAMDWOOD COMHINATION HOG AN
chicken fence. Chas. H. Lee , 9th nnd Dougla
_ _ Q ITS
FOH SALE-OLD Ll'MHER. CONSISTING t
scantling 2x1 , 2x8. 2x10 , 8x8 , shlplap , eheetln
Idtng , doors , windows , etc. , at the Asaoclat
Charities wood > ard , 607 Howard st.
SECT.TMITIES FOM SALE.
" e , 'iSXf ' a n.umJier of " " ' mortgages In nmoun
of $300 to $3.000 at 6V4 to 8 per cent for sal
None but gilt edged securities handled. Ca
and see us.
Fidelity Trunt Company , 170Z Farnam St.
FOM SALE. GOOD FAMILY MILK COW. 42
* and Hamilton , ; Q M653
FOH HALE. CHEAP. A PONY CAIlf ! il
quire lit 14J4 N. 18th street.
FOH HALE. A COW , AT THE NOHTHWES
corner ut 28th and Ohio His Q-bSO-14' '
PUG PUPPIES. SUCH HKAUTIES , $6.0.1 ; form
price. $10 unit $15. Vug H. 40th. between Mar
and Mason , third house. Q * 78 14' '
'WITHIN THE GOLDEN CHICLE. " 'l.ATKf '
publication .on Cripple Cnek and Its mint
Handsomely Illustrated. Mulled free by tl
Woods Invtstmont Co. , Colorado Springs , Col
MHS. DR. II. WAHREN. CLAIRVOYANT. II
liable business tnedium. Bin year at 119 N. 161
KNOW THY FATE ; 1'HOF. LEHOY. Til
wonderful rlulrvo > ant and dead tnince m
dlum , 1713 t'upltol ave. , tells everything ; yu
future revealed , lovers unlletl , troubles healf
names of friends and entmlei und the o
you will marry. All In trouble call. Hours ,
. m. lo 9 p. m. tiatlifactlon guaranteed.
M BBAGli , UATH3. KTO.
IADAM euiriCua t . I.TTH. 20 FLOOH. HOOM
S ; magnetic , vapor , alcohol , steam , sulphurlne
nnd tea baths. T-.M074 2u *
" _ _
MADTxiF"nnnNAnD , 1421 DODOE.
. DIl. LEON. ELEGANT MASSAGE ANI
electric bath. Parlors restful u d refreshing
412 North 14th slice ! . T-M793 IS *
19 NOHTII 11TII ST. , HOOM 6 , IlATllfl , 8E
lect massage by an expert. Anna , Horn Chl <
cago. T 72 14 *
TUIIK18H I1ATHS ; ONLY PLACE IN CITY
excluti.-ely for ladles. Suite lltf-llu , Uea bldg.
LADIES' I1ATHS. MME. POST , 319M 8. mil.
IAVI CO. , 84(1 UEE I1LDG. ; HEALTH HOOK
free ; home treatment ; Indy attendant. U4S3
I. HAAS , FLOHIST , PLANTS. CUT FLOWEHS.
Ilanquet , hall , residence and giave deeoiatlons.
1813 Vlnton street. Teliphone 776. U M4S4
UATHS , MASSAGE , MME. POST , 319 ! $ S. 13TH.
A PMIVATE PAHTY HAH MONEY TO LOAN
on pianos , Jewels , bicycles , etc. ; buslnesi
strictly confidential , Address , Posto'nce ' lto >
_ 320. _ _ _ U-M702 _ _
AHE YOU SICK ? MEDICINE AND THEAT-
mcnt Me. nt ZOSVj N. 16th st. U 153 Jyl7 *
OH FIHE AND HUHGLAH PHOOF SAFES ,
vault work , etc. , see or address W. O. Temple.
ton. gen'l. ng't. , 405 N. Y. Life. U MC97 u6
CASH ADVANCED ON PUIILIC EMPLOYES
t.ilarles. Commeiclal Trust Co. , 419 Heo llldg.
UMMEM HOAHDING AND PICNIC OHOUNDS
nt Hazel Dell nursery. Hriggs station. Neb.
13 minutes ride from Webster street depot 01
C. St. P. M. .1 O. II. M. depot , postolllce nn.
church at grounds. Pleasant drive or whop
rides from city , lleniitlful grove and good tprlni
water. Tents for rent. Hefie'hiuents rorvtd 01
giounds. For particulars address J W. Day
Ilrlggs , Neb. _ _ U-737-13
MHS. "lACOIlFoN HAS HP.MOVED FHOM 1S1
Nlcholts st. to CIO Noilh JOth si. U 7SC-13 *
clavon portinltit In spate him. 8 nt their liuine
by a new. copyrighted method ; those leninlnv
mv method will be fuinlshed woik by me bj
wiilrh they can eain $8 mj to J1C.W per week
Send for particulars. II. A. Gilpp , Oe.rmar
nrllst. T > rene , 1'a. _ U _
VANTED , SOLDIEHS OH OTHEM PAHTIEf
who desire to take choice gov't land 111 Yank
ton le-ervntlon , sltu.iled along Mlssouil river
Chailes Mix Co. . S. D. Address Hubeit Var
Pell , Mitchell , South Dakota. Ui > C' ' > 14 *
) O YOU sFnr-ULATE ? THEN SEND FOl :
our book , "How to speculate succw-sfully or
llmtled tnniKlns In gialn and stock mnik-lH. '
Mailed flee. ComslucK , Hughes it Co. . Hlalti
llulldingr Chicago. _ USC2-H * _
IME. NOHHIS WISHES TO ANNOUNCI
thiit the next 30 days she will tiiaUe suits foi
$10.W. 318 Hamge blk. _ U Sll H *
HIVATE HOME FOIl WOMEN DUJUNC
conllnement. liest of references given. 3319 N
2Slh street. U-MSC3 A13 *
MONAY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATI
ANTHONY LOAN & THUST CO. , 31S N.Y. LIFE
loans nt low rates for choice security In Nebraska
braska and Iowa fuims or Omaha city ruoneit ]
itONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST HATES. Till
O. F. Davis Co. , 1305 Farnam St. W 4S7
CITY LOANS. C. A. STAHH , 515 N. Y. LIFE
LIFE INSUHANCE POLICIES LOANED O : >
or bought. F. O. Chesney , Kansas City , Mo.
CAPITAL. $2.000,000 ; SUHPLUS , $ COO,000 ; U. S
Mortgage Treat Co. , New York ; for C per cen
loans on tlty property apply to 1'usey t
Tliom.xs , agents , room 207 , First Nat. lik bldg
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPHOVED OMAIL' '
real estate. Urennan , Love & Co. , Paxton blk
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA HEAL ESTAT1
ut 6 per cent. W. 11. Meikel , 1st Nat. Uk. bids
MONEY TO LOAN ON 1MPHOVED O.MAHV
iroperty. Fidelity Tiust Co. , 1702 Farn.im.
LOANS ON IMPHOVED & UNIMPROVED CIT'
property. W. Farnam Smith 4 : Co. , 1320 Farnam
INVESTORS' niHECTOMY CO. , 10 WALL ST.
New York , offer any part 100.000 eastern In
\estors * names , who have money to Invest ; jus
compiled. Write for particulars.
W-M3S1 Jy23 *
MORTGAGE LOANS. LOW HATES.
J. D. Zlttle , IGlll and Douglas , Omaha.M770
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS
horses , wagons , etc. , nt lowest rates In city
no removal of goods ; strictly confidential ; yoi
can pay the loan off at any time or In an ;
amount.OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
306 So. 10th St. .
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE ANI
pianos. Fred Terry , 430 Homge blk. X 197
MO DEL LOAN CO. , 403 NEW YORK LIFE.
X-133 JylC *
$12.000.00 STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN BES'
town In eastern Ncbineka , for land nnd cater
or equivalent. Address S 29 , care Uee.Y .
SOLID INVESTMENTS ; 1I1UCK 11USINES !
block , water power flouring mill , line Ice busl
ness. II. C. Alger & Co. , Sheridan , Wyo.
FOR SALE-STOCK OF MILLINERY ; HES'
location In the city. Good reason for selling
Address nt once. T 10. Uee. Y 430
$2.700. DRUG STORE DOING GOOD UUSINESi
J. J. GlbsDn , 1st National bank. Y M701 14
$7,6o6T SALOON IN ONE OF THE LEADIN
hotels. J. J. Gibson , 1st Nat. Uank.Y .
Y 11700 11
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN REAL ESTAT
nnd abstract business In central Nebraska f <
sale. T 43. Omaha , Dec. Y M731 A7
FOH SALE , GOOD DRY GOODS I1USINESS
Invoice about $4,000.00 ; good location ; In count
seat In western Iowa ; good reasons for selllnt
Address T 51 , cure Uee. Y M707 14 *
FOH SALE. COMPLETE FIRST-CLASS HE
DeGette's system nhstinct books Adams count ;
Neb. , with 20 years' established business ; fu
Information and price given. Address box 7C
Hastings. Neb. Y M7t3 21
FOH SALE , 11EST LOCATED MEAT MAHKE1
In H. H. town of 3,000. Good trade ami oj
portunlty to make money. Good reason fc
belling. Address T HO , care llt-e. Y MS1G 15 *
ALL OR ANY PART OF THE HANKRUI'
stock of wall paper , moulding , fixtures , etc. , i
Hanson & Co. , Cil9 N. IGth Mreet. will be seat
at private sale to the highest bidder ulw
limit fixed by court. C. II. Walworlh , nsslgne
419 llee Uldg. Y M7SJ 14
AN ACTIVE , PUSHING MAN , WITH $500 T
engage In a partnership with a manufacture
house to establish nnd control sub-agents , bur
ness large and profitable. Address Manufa
turer , Hex 728 , Haltlmore , Mil.
SUCCESSFUL SPECULATION SEND FOR OU
IxMik , "The Scalper , " explains the best methi
of Uncling In grain , stocks und provisions <
limited margins. All sc.ilperb make mime
Special facilities offered to operators , both lai ,
and small , also write for market letter publish
iegularl > . Lafislng , Sc Co. , 114 Cjulncy sirei
Chicago. Mention this paper.
CAPAHLE. ENERGETIC MAN WORTH FRO
, $3.1HX ) to $10.000 In cash or good real estate ci
procure Interests In a well established munufu
lory and bo put In charge of Its local Imm
Interi'stH on good salary and share of prulli
References. Address T 09 , Uee. Y 854-14"
FOH SALE , ONLY SET OF AHSTHAC
books of Morgan Co. , Colo. , Including safe > ar
blanks , Kan nnd real estate , at a bargain ,
sold at once ; good reasons for selling. Call <
address , J. F. Thompson , Trenton , Neb.
\ Y WO 14 *
FOH SALE , MERCHANT TAILORING HUH
ness , established In 1834 , recunb Incorporate *
city of 150,000 , state of Minnesota ; Jilghe
class and largest trade In state , magnlfieei
opening , falling health reason for selling. Fi
pattlculars , uddiess , "Seller , " Waukegan , II
Y-k43 14 *
A HANK FOH SALE IN A GOOD FAHMIN
section of Nebraska ; money brings 2 per ce
per month ; small amount of capital require
th only bank In good town. Hex 17 , Campl *
Neb. Y M879 18 <
FOH HALE. OOOD PAYING LAW HUSINE !
with olllce furniture , In eastern Nebraska low
splendid chance for young man with some e
perlence. Address T C7 , llee. Y 893 14' '
WANTED TO THADE. NEW STANDARD H
cycle for draft horse weighing 1.500 pounds i
morn. E. J. Davis , 1116 Farnam st. Z W7
I WANT MERCHANDISE IN EXCHANGE FO
real estate and cash , H. A. Wugner. Omaha.
I HAVE THREE OH FOUR GOOD FARMS
want to exchange for horses. H , J. Rothwe
Omaha , Nfb. J5-M7CU 21-
I HAVE TWO HHICK HOUSES AND LOT C
33lh and Furnam street , Omaha , must deslmt
residence property In Omaha , vvhtrh I want
trade for a good shoe stock. Add ! ess F. 1
MSI Mason street , Omaha. S5 M784 14
HORSE-UICYCLE , GOOD IUCYCLE ,
change for horse and phaeton. Apply t
t" , MiHHlle. 1913 Pierce st. li-MSIS
HAVE 12-IIOHE , HREECH-LOADING 'SHO
gun ; want to trade for boys' safety ; mu
bo In first-elms condition. Address T 68. lit
FOH SALE. A NEW SBYMOUIl CASH HEQI
Ur. Addreu 11 66 , Uee cUlciv Z4SS U <
TO EXCHANGE , BT4KJK OF DRY GOODS
furnishing goods and shoes , will Invoice will
fixtures nlKHit $ ' > , < o.aiinnt ; Improved farm li
Iowa. Address M. W. . . IS.O , So. 2)lh ) si. , Oiim'-n
3,100 EQUITY IN KHROOM RESIDENCE ANI
lot , and memliershlit iiriionrd of Tnule for sal
or exchange for farm or. vacant property. T Cl
llee. _ ' K-S57-1I'
_ a _ _
TO EXCIIANOE-$70iM t < M1LLINERY STOCK
\\nnt clear Nebinsk. > Und or Hock of tuoki
and flntlonery. llox is ; , Vllllfcu , la.
_ _ " _ _
VILI , THADE CLEAH NEHHASKA LANIJ
for Omaha prtiierty. ffi Uee bulldlnp.
' y.-Msii it *
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
A11STHACT8 , THE UVHON HEED COMPANY
FARM LANDS , C. F. HAHIUSON,1lT lAt't
UAHGAINS , HOUSES , LOTS A"ND FARM
tale or trade. F. K. Darling , Haiker blo--k.
A CHANCE TO MAKE tl 000.00 QUICK. CAN
offer two cast fiiint lots , cointi lllh nvemu
nnd Dodge stieet. fm only t&tKM.W ) . Can be
put right back on the maiket at 1.000.00 am !
etlll be $500.o < ) less than the price of liny lot-
In the nelghlioiliood If > oii want tin III ml :
mid see me Monday. Hicks , SUu N. V. Life hldg ,
HE MKi 14'
_ - _ _ _
DO YOU WANT A HEAUTIFIJL MODnitt
cottage home within walking distance fiom P
t ) . , Inside one mile ? We have two of then
Just completed tint nre models , and we wll
sell them at greatly reduced prices and take li
a J300.W ) to Jbtw.oo lot us part payment.
These nre located on Hurt stieet , Just cant o
28th stieet. Will be open Sunday. Call nnd In
Remember we will take your vacant lot as par
Why will you pay rent on a house and thei
pay taxes on vacant piopetty when sou can inaKi
such n deal its this ?
Sec these beautiful homes or call nt our olllc. .
nnd we will be nioM pleased to show them.
Fidelity Trust company , 1702 Farnam trect.
FOR SALE , THE REST VACANT IlUSINE f
property In Omii m. JISOOO.W ) ; will tnke gooi
sleek lanche or faun land In part pav ment ,
Addiess A. I ) . , 1' . O. Hex G'JI , Omaha.
IMPROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAIL'
nt prices that will surprise jou , If taken wlthli
2 weeks. J. II. Sherwood. 423 N. Y. Life.
I1ARGA1NS , SALE OR THADE IN CITY PROP
erlles nnd farms. John N. Frcnzcr , opp. P. O
HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS , SELL AN !
buy lots , ncres , fauna. Gaivln IJios. , 210 N. Y. L
AT A BARGAINCORNER ! LOT. PAVEI
street , 3 cottages' , 6 , 7 and 8 rooms each , brlcl
basement , vvntcr nnd sewer toncnctlou , In bes
residence portion , monthly rental $44. Apply b
letter to Jean Schons , 010 Uee building.
HE 311 Jy23
LARGE SOUTH FRONT I JOT AND TWO COT
tages. on Pacific , b. tvveen 30th nnd 31st , enl )
IC.VUO.OO. lllck . 30.1 N. Y. Life bldg.
RE SM 14 *
WILL SACRIFICE CHOICE RESIDENCE LO1
near Ilanscom paik , owner going east ; inus
sell quick. Wllte U 1 llee ollkc.
PRICE , $2.000 , ICO ACRES OF LAND. T'NDEI
Irrigating ditch , full water light , partly 1m
proved , near Ginnd Junction , Colo. , In goo <
fruit country , for sale on long time nnd ens ]
ternr < , or will Hade for stock of gcneutl mer
chnndlse delivered ul Ginnd Junction , Cole
For particulars nddnts C. H. Newell , Frulla
Colo. , RE MB15 !
FOR SALE. SUI1URI1AN PROPrilTY AT FAR ?
pilccs ; 102 acies 5 miles1 west of Omaha pos-t
olllce at f 11.1.00 per acre. For paitlculars In
milrc 708 N. Y. Life Hldg. HE M811 1'J
FOR SALE , HUII.niNG AND LOT NEAT
state fair grounds , suitable for boarding nous
or other business , only $1,030.00 ; eay terms
The West Side Investment Co. , 30.1 N. Y. I .If ,
bldg. ' RE MK ! 14 *
OR SALE , AT RED ROCK PRICES , 100 IT.
Park nve. , corner fronting Hanscom pail ; ; K
ft. , corner , same- block east front ; 50 ft. . Par
nve. , rnst front , no of park ; quick buyer get
n bargain. Call on or nildie s The Ityron Ree
Co. , Omaha , or J. H.'Sullivan , Drovers' Joui
nal olllce , Chicago , III. * RE
OH SALE , NEW COTTAOB. COR. SOTII ANI
Sahler streets ; clstein. cellar , city w-aler , enl ;
Kami. Hums , 131S Farnnin.HESS3
ICO ACRES OOOD LAND. 11.000 ; SMALL PAY
ments. 100 acres , $1.2i)0.flO ) ; ensy payments. 1C
acies , Improved , Sl l.OO , on time. lovvu am
Nehraska fainis , cas > terms. And the greater
Uirgalnn In city jironcrty aver rffeieil. Wll
Hams , mom flu.MtJjjgufi block. 1113 MiSi 1C
EXCURSION HATES. I WILL SELL TW
choice lots on O nnd 28th streets , Lluclon ; 1 > U !
Inefs pioperty , 6th nnd Ella streets. He.Urlci
all clear ; would trade for Iowa or Des Moltu
real estate. J. M. Knox , Hock Island otllci
Lincoln , Neb. HE-MS03 13 *
M UST HAVE MONEY. WILL SELL A C1IOIC1
RCIC lot , coveied with handsam" olmde trees
near new- state fair grounds , for J4.V.00 , If so ! <
this week. U 2 , Uee olllce. HE S'JG/4'
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE CHEA
land adjoining Omaha ; only one-tenth dowi
balance one to ten years , at 6 per cent. W
have Just been authorized to put on the muki ;
und offer for sale eighty acres pltuatcd Jus
west of thin city only a short iHbtnnce from ne- -
state fair grounds nnd Elmwood park. Till
property must lie sold nt once anil we hav
been Instructed In order to make quick sale :
to place It on the market In ten nnd tvvenU
acre lots nt pi Ices FO low that It offers tl :
greatest opportunity to obtain cheap land iu
Joining Omaha that has been offered for yean
Never In the history of this city has there bee
such a caance to pick up bargaliiH In land. N
lnvestm In the countly offeis as pure an
profitable returns for the small amount Investei
If jou want the liest Investment on the. marke
If > ou wunt a beautiful home , fre from < i
city taxes , If you vvAnt the finest kind of gni
den land , call nnd see us. This will prutiabl
be the last oppoitunlty to pick up such chea
acres adjoining Omaha. The splendid prospe (
for magnificent crop" , the heavy advance I
priced of Iron , steel and manufactured good :
all Indicate a general revival of business and
speedy advanceIn leal estate values. Plats an
prices can be obtained at our olllce. Remcmbc
these are the easiest terms ever offered I
Omaha , only one-tenth down , balance one I
ten jears nt C per cent. The West Side Inves
York Life Hide.
ment company , room 303 New
HL 690 H *
WILL ALMOST OIVE AWAY AN EAS'
front li.t on 42d stiect , between l-ainam an
Leav envv nith street motor lines , only J3r , ( I
Addiess U 3. liee. . - ' i
OMAHA ELECTHO-OALVANIC 1NSTITUTI
room 416 N. Y. Life Uld'g ; treatment of n
uterine troubles , k-ucorrhoea , painful or sui
pressed menstruation , catarrh and throat troi
bles ; It Is now the recognized remedj
hemorrolds arc cured without knife or pall
lady attendant. . M75B It *
L.AUIES1 CHICHESTEH'S ENGLISH 1'BNNI
royal Pills ( diamond brand ) are the best ; safi
reliable ; take no other ; Bend 4c. stumps , fc
particulars. "Relief for Ladles. " In letter I
return mall. At druggists. Chlchester Chen
leal Co. . Philadelphia. Pa.
GENTLEMEN : LOST MANHOOD. SEXUA
vigor , etc. quickly restored. Seven days trli
sealed free. Dr. Warren Co. , 1 Hoston Ave
Chicago , 111.
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION
SHARES IN MUTUAL L. & . 13. ASS'N PA
678 per cent when 1 , 2 , 3 jears old , alvvaj
redeemable. I'M Farnam st. Nattlnger , Se
HOW TO GET A HOME OR SECURE GOO
Interest on pavings. Apply to Omaha L , & 1
Abs'n. 1701 IJee bldg. Q. M. Naltlnger. Sew
w- - R20
H. MAROWITZ LOANSiQIONEY. 418 N. 16 S'
M. O. DAXON , 402 N
STERLING HUILT.iUltE A WATCH. WES'
ern Electrical Bulimy < Co. , 1515 Howard stree
SEE THE V1SIHLE/'VALL HEARINGS O
Relay Bpedal. W , } 3ifrnum Hro. , 120 N. 15l _
A. L. DEANE & CO.iJ116 FARNAM BTHEE1
> , , a 521
WESTERN BICYCLE tt > GUN CO. , ! U CUMINi
I. u i COS
OMAHA HICYOLE C $ . . llEST PLACR TO 11U
Llciclea , nundrtes 'und ' 'Vepalls , 22J N. I6th s
it u - M&5&A 13
MANTELS , ORATIiB AND TILES
WOOD MANTEI.S. ORATES. TILE9 FO
fire places , vestibule * and large floors ; write f
prices. Milton ItogerB & 8on , Omiha. 605
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS
C. E. MO It RILL , PAI'EIJ HANGING , HOU6
> lgn palming , brick vvonc , pltulerlng ; on. . R.
IJarker blk. ; tel. 735 ; hop 13 N. 24th at.
UMDii.HTAKii.Ks AND EMU ALMER
H. K. HURKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR AN
embalmer. 1618 Chicago t. , telephone 90. 611
8WANSON & VAL1EN. 1701 CUMING. TEL Iu
M. O. MAUL , UNDERTAKER AND EMDAL1
er , 1417 Farnam t. , telephone 2SS. JH
C. W. UAICER , UNDERTAKER. 613 S , IGTH 8
DAMAGED MlHHOnS HESILVEUDD. 719 N. :
LOST. RMAI.I. POHREL MAIlE , ONn WHn I
hind foot , weight W ) to lwo | iiinil , Hi-
ward for return to V.aip Hum. , I.W3 park nvr
l.o t-M > U 1 >
[ .OST , A ST , IIEHNAHtl IHO , OUAXCUi AXI
vvlilto. Liberal revviuil If utiiitiril lu Vim Col
Jewelry comimny , loth nnil rntnaiu.
LOST , ox A HETi'itN TmfvTrrtToiir FI.OR"
cnei , n shopping bag. cuntuliilng puinc , gol.
pin with pearl fcllliiit. etc. I'llnlf-r will i-nl
for 810.CX ) lit llee oilier. Lost SI ) 14'
LOST , nirrwEEN arrAND Do-ciL\M ANI
i'2d nnd Capitol avenue , lad > 'i * clintelaluv big
lilack silk , wild silver tiimintum , cuntnlnlnt
haiulkfi chief , Return lo 2)13 Ucitglai for tc
waul. Uist-Srs lt
V. OOOD THINO-PUSH IT ALONO , MAY 111
the latest slang phiiise , but that's jiut vvha
we're doing with SHERIDAN COAL , fc.000 ton
Bold In Omnlm last year. We glvo > ou 2.00
Ibs. of the best Wyoming cooking coil for $1.50
Victor White , mgr. , 1G03 Fat turn et. Tel. 127
CHAMPION STEAM CARPET ANIJ HUC
Cleaning Works do their work llio best nn ,
cheapest. 718-20 S. 14th St. Tel. C33. U. 8. O
Kulm , manager ; Patrick WaicJ foieman.
GOOD PASTURE FOH HORSES , M.OO PEI
month per head. Charles Guns , St. Puul , Noli
AETNA IIOl'SE ( EUROPEAN ) . N. W. COR
13th and Dodge. Rooms by da ) or week.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACT-
ois for electric light and motor plants nnd nl
kinds of electilcnl construction. Western E'cc '
trlcal Supply Co. . 1315 llovvnrd st. 510
THE INFIRMARY IN CONNECTION W1TI
the Iientol college at Twelfth and Pacific stre.'t
Is now op n , where the e deslilng to hav
teeth extiacted can have It done fiee of charg
and all other woik nl ineicly cost of material
DH PAUL. DENTIST. 2020 HURT ST. 533
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL. 613 N. Y. LIFE
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
GEORGE R GELLENHECK. UANJOANI
guitar teacher , lill Cans street. M 109
SPANISH LESSONS GIVEN EVENINGS
dais foinilng n > w , number limited Atlilrrb
T C4 , Ilecolllce. . M--d80 16 *
RAILWAY TIME CARI
LeavcH I lirilUNOTON & MO. RIVER. | Arrive
Jimilia itnloii IJt'pjtL lUlh A : .Miibun bis. lOnuih.
u:15am : Denver Expicha UMOan
4J pin.HIt. Hills , Mont A : Puget Hud. Ex. 4uipn :
4:3ipm : Denver ICxiiu-ss 4o..pn :
7'jiM.N'i-ljinpUu : ' ; ] l ocal ( except Sunilaj ) . 7:45iu : |
8K : > am..Lincoln Local ( uxucpt SunJi > J..ll.'Jjjn
2irim..rust : , ] Mull ( for Lincoln ) d.ill > . . .
Lenv.-B ICIIK-AGO , HrilLINClTON' & Q.A7rlTci |
OiiiiilmlUnlun depot , lUih V .Mumn SIM. | Om.ihi
4.4pm Chicago Vestllmlo. . " . ! ) :5flah :
! iu.uil ChUago Expicsd 4lGin : |
" :50piu : . .Chicago & ht. Louis Express. . S.UO.in
ll:3oam : Paclllc Junction Local 5.0pu : :
j ± . . . . . . . _ . . _ .rui > tMu _ 11 Stupn :
LWVCH | CIUCAOO , MIU & KT7 PACir.Aiflv .
CkiMhuJJnUinpvrHjt | , 10th . . Masun JSts. ] Omuli.
CroOpm Chicago Limited . . . "OiSlian
U.Sunin.Chicago _ Lxpieas ( i-x. Sun. ) S.2.iii |
Leaves | CIIICAOO & NORT1I\VEST'N.Arrives |
pmahaljiMonJ. [ > epot , loth .t .Mason Sts. | Uin.ihi
10:4Ham : Eastern Expreya .T. . . 5:3lpn :
4M : | > m Veutlhuleil Llin.tcd ' .HiJali
G : : . : > . ! m Mo. Valley Local lU:3i , > n
5:45pm . . . . . .Omaha _ Chlcagu Special. 1.4.'pn
LeaveHTciiCAaO , Iir7. & "PACIl-'IcrfArTlveB
Omahall'nlon Depot. 10th & Maton St8. | Umali ,
_ _ EAST.
ll:2'lam : ' . .Atlantic Express ( ex. Sumlaj ) . . rJlSopn
( i:23pm : Night Express 'J:2. : > .in
4:4upm.Chicago : _ " Vestlbuled Limited. . . . l33pu ;
C:45pm..Oklahoma & Texas Ex ( ex7 Sun.lol3."ian
1:4Upm : Colorado Limited. . . . 4:00pn :
Leaves | CM'BT. P.7 M. & O. ( Arrives
Omlihal Depot , 15th and WUmter sUj. | Omahi
9:23nm..Nebraska : Passenger ( dally ) . " ? . . ! > :15pn :
4:30pm : . .Sioux City Express ( ex. Sun. ) . . llTm :
C:10pm : St. 1'aul Limited . . .10Wjii :
Leaves | F. E. & MO. VALLEY. ( Arrives
Oniahal Depot. 15lli and Webster Hie. | Omahi
2:10pm : Fast Mall and Express 4:55pn :
2:10imi.ex. : ( Sat. ) Wyo. Ex. ( ex. Mon. ) . . 4.3pn :
' .llir..iin ; . . .Norfolk Express ( ex. Sunday.10:30an :
C10piii ; SI , Paul Express 103ran !
Leavi'Bl K. C. , ST. J. & C. 11. ( Arrives
Omahut Union Depot , 10th iSc Mason Sts. | Omahi
9DOam : . . . .Kansas Oily Day Enpiess. . . . S30pii ;
! t:4pin : .K. C. Night Ex. via V. I' . Tian. COD.ui
Leaves | MISSOURI PACIFIC ( Arrives
Omalial _ DeiKt , 15ih and WfLster Sts. _ | Oin th.
10:4"am : .7. St. Louis Express C Wan
9:3Upm : St. Louis Express 6:0 : > pn
3:3Uptn Neliiuska Local tex. Sun. ) 9:0uan :
Leaves | SIOUX CITV & PACIFIC. | Arrives
OtnalwlVpot | _ _ , 15h and Welister " Stb. | Oinahi
G:10pm _ . . " St. Puul _ Limited. . . . . . .jyhSJan
Leaves I "SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC. ( Arrives
UmalialUnion IJepot , 10th Ai Mason Sln. | Ornali ,
CWun : Sioux City Passenger 10rpn :
B35pm ; SI. Paul Limited. . ia:3Jpn
leaves I 1'NION'l'AOlKIC. | 7\r7lvcn
OmulialUnlon Depot , 10th Ac Mason Sts. | Omahi
9ITurn : Kearney Express 12:30pn :
2:00pm Overland Klyer S:3upn
2:00pm : lleafce & Stnim'h'g Ex. ( ex. Sun.12:30pn :
7Hlpm : ( Pacilio Express ] 0.r.ui ,
5:43pm Fast Mall 4:10pn :
Leaves ! WAHASH RAILWAY. lArrlves
ClmahaH'nlon Depot , 10th A : Mason FU . | Omah ,
" 4:00pm : St7 Louis Oaniiori""llall 12.35pii
Ho ! For Montreal by Steamer
GAZE'S JULY PARTY.
under personal escort Mill leave Chicago Friday
July ID , Ifi'il , nt 7 p. m. , on new "CITY Ol
OIIARLEVOIX " A 15-day summer vacatloi
trip , visiting Marklnac Island , the Georgian Hay
Toronto , St. Law nnce River , nnd Moptreal fo
fC5.0tf , which sum Includes all necessary < -x
penses from Chicago hack lo Chicago , as pe
printed program , for this unequalled tourist trl
on the water , llerths will lit- allotted stilcl :
In order of application. Send for pioeram
HENRY OAXE A.- SONS , ( Ltd. , ) Universal Tour
1st Agents. SM S. Clark-st. , Chicago , 111. Ou
Mr. Fletcher will be with the party.
Immense Orclmrds limited In tlio Puclll
The county of Yamhlll has trees set out an
two years old that should produce 3,000,00
pounds of prunes for commerce In three year
from now , says the Portland Oregonlan. A
many trees are planted In Marion , more tha
as many In the Umpn.ua region and throug
western Oregon nearly In the same propoi
tlon ; so that by the year 1898 , with fal
crops , thefe westera valleys may turn off
total of 20,000,000 pounds of prunes , whll
Clark county , Wash. , will turn oft more tha
any valley county of Oregon at that tlmi
A very reasonable calculation of productlc
based on acreage of Ian3 planted to prum
will show that by 1898 the Pacific northwei
will tucn off a total of 40,000,000 and by tl :
end of a century an average yield should I
50,000,000 pounds-fully as much as Calitornl
hoa over produced In a single year. To glv
a comprehensive Idea of the extent of th
Industry , let us survey the Held In all Its e :
Enter the state from thp south , and prur
orchards are In sight from the summit i
the SlsUlyous and spread through Hogi
Hlver valley ; they line the waters of tl
Umpo.ua and the hills , ranges and valle
reaches ot the broader Wllllamette In all li
length and breaJth. Ascend the Columb !
and they are on Its shores along the low <
river , find place on the mountain side
through Hood Hlver valley and the regie
around The Uallee. Follow the rivers to the
sourcoj In Idaho , and even Montana.Vlier
over you go by rail or water , prune orchan
are here and there , as you traverse westci
Washington , or , crossing the Cascades , tr ;
verso the inland empire on all the rallroai
that develop that grand region. Montan
Idaho and Utah are said to furnleh goc
fruit and prunes arc coon to be as staple
product as wheat , and wo hope far more r
liable. If all the land planted will bear fu
crops , no doubt the result will ba overpn
California alone may produce IGO.OOO.Ol
pounds per annum when all her tress bca
but It has never happened that they Im'
berne full crops. In 1893 the output of th :
state was 50.000.000 an ! It was uapposed tl
product of 1891 would greatly exceed tha
but the yield fell to 40.000.000 rounds becau
of drouth and other causes In the spring
last year. A very Intelligent Cjllforn'a'prui
grower , who was lately here , whose orchan
are In the foothills near Santa Cruz , sa ;
that much land Is planted to prunes !
his state that Is nut favorable to their nil
cess. For Instance , on the west side of tl
Santa Clara valley , whence three-fourths
tbo prune crop of the state comes , 10 per ce
of the trees die each year because the roe
reach a close subsoil they cannot penetrate ,
BLUE JACKETS - IN DEIIAKI
Large Incrcaso In the Number of Sailors fo
tha New Navy (
THE DEMAND FXCEED3 THE SUPFU
IC'itltliio of I.If n mi n Mini-of-\Vnr mill tin
1'ny ot Siilhin-Phytlrnl Ijnullllcn-
tliiui Hc < i ilrt'il Opinirliiiiltluj
American nun-cf-wnr's men have no dls
; lnctlvo title. They are variously tcrnm
"blue Jackets , " "Jack tars" and "jackles.1
The last U by far the most common numi
given tlic men who "plough the racing main *
on ships ot war , U Is a contraction of tin
other two , ami It applies alike t * the sailor :
of all navies. A Drltlth sailor Is a "JacUle. "
So Is a French sailor , a German sailor , ai
American sailor , ami , In fact , the tars of al
navies , The Urltlsh soldier lias a tllstlnctlvi
name In "Tommy Atkins" that applies to hln
alone tlio world over , but the American sol
dler ami tlis American sailor have no eticl
distinction In the matter ot a popular an
Special attention Is dliccted to the Amor
can naval sailor just at this time bccausi
of the preparations of the Navy dcpartmcir
to enlist 1,000 men for that branch of tin
The recent rapid Increase In the number o :
vessels of the navy , says the WashliiKtoi
Star , has naturally necessitated an addltlor
.0 the force of m n to operate them. Secre
: ary Herbert represented to the last centres !
.lint 2,000 additional men were needed ( <
ncot the requirements of the service durlnt
the cumlng llscal > ear , beginning on the Isi
proximo. Congress found It expedient , how
jver , to provide only for nn Increase of lial
: hat number. * The total enlisted strength o
the navy at present Is 9,000 men. The an
thorlzcd enlistments will swell this total ti
10,000 during the coming year.
The Increase will undoubtedly b : > sufTlclen
lor the few months Intervening bafore tin
issembllng of congress , but vvlll by no means
it Is said , meet the requirements of the serv
ice In the coming winter and spring , whet
one or more of the big battle chips will bi
ready for commission.
In authorizing the enlistment of , the oxtr :
1,000 men congress provided for 'their pay
but failed to make provision for their ration :
and clothing. As a consequence Sccretar ;
Herbert has. found It necessary to limit thi
Immediate additional enlistment to COO men
Food and clothing for that number can b
provided for out of the general approprlatloi
for the maintenance of the navy up to th
time of the meeting of congress , when ai
opportunity will be given to provide for thi
TheiO new men will be needed within tin
next few weeks for the manning of thi
becond-class battle ships Texas and Maim
and the gunnery practice ship Lancaster
The three vessels will bo put Into commls
slon about the 1st of August , the Texas a
Norfolk and the Maine and Lancaster a
New York. The complement of theee VPS
fifls will be about 125 In excess of the ad
dltlonal force of GOO men , but for that mat
ter nearly all of our warships are short o
There are other vessels that will soon bi
ready for active eca service. Including1 tin
ram Katahdln and the torpedo boat Ericsson
The cruisers Boston and Marlon , whlcl
have undergone extensive repairs at Sai
Francisco , could ba put In commission to
day it the crews were available. Men fo :
one or the other of thepe vessels may be ob
talnei ! by putting the coast defense vesse
Monterey , or some other ship on that station
out of commission , but not otherwise.
The first clas ? battle ships Indiana am
Massachusetts , the finest ships in the navy
will probably be completed this winter.
In case of an emergency the secretary o
the navy would undoubtedly change hli
present orders limiting enlistments to 600
and add the entire 1,000 men authorized t >
the service as quickly as possible. Nothlni
of this sort , however , Is anticipated.
Ofllc'aU ' of the Navy department ray then
will be no dllllculty In getting the oddltlona
men , and that It will not even be necessar ;
to advertise for them. The classes of mei
wanted are seamen , landsmen , Hrenien am
coal passers , and It IB expected that most o
these will be recruited at New York. En
listments will also be made at I'hlhdelphli
and Hoston , If necessary. The men an
needed mostly for manning the batteries am
for looking after the fires and machinery
New York City Is the only place where re
crultlng goes on In all ratings.
Men physically and otherwise quallflci
who have served In the navy arc enllsiei
In the following ratings at the month ! ;
pay designated : Seamen , $24 ; ordinary sea
men , $1U ; machinists , $70 ; first-class fire
men , $35 ; second class firemen , $30. Whet
qualified and advanced to the ratings o
petty officers , as vacancies occur , they re
celve from $25 to $05 per month. Met
21 years of age or upward , physically quail
fled , who have not serveJ at a , are en
listed In limited numbers as landsmen 01
coal heavers and are paid $10 and $22 pei
month respectively , All enlistments are foi
a term of three years.
Every enlisted man Is allowed a com
mutation of rations at the rate of 30 cent :
a day. H Is a matter of pride In the nav ;
that there Is no ration given by any foreigi
nation that Is equal to the ration of tin
United States navy , either In weight or nutrl
live qualities. Although the American salloi
may be cramped In his sleeping quarters , hi
has no cause , It Is asserUd , to complalti o
his food , as It Is the best possible under thi
circumstances and vastly superior to that o :
his brethren In other navies , excepting none
Living room Is very limited on board mod'
ern war ships. Everything below decks li
sacrificed to engines , boilers and coal bunk
ers. Consequently "Jackles" are huddled together -
gether like sheep In a ttorm. Kach man Is
allowed but fourteen Inches rsom for his ham
mock and the fourteen hammocks are dove
tailed together from beam to beam , so thai
the sleeping tars form a solid , compact mass
with hardly room to swing , even In a rolllnf
saa. This Is the greatest drawback to servlc ;
on a modern man-of-war and Is a source o :
gensral complaint from the veteran who hai
experienced greater breathing space In thi
more spacious wooden frigates of bygom
days.With this exception , the lot ot the moden
tar Is much easier In every respect than li
the olden days of sailing ships. He Is nov
better fed and better cared forr The disci
pllne Is not so severe and exacting , and h
Is afforded better protection against tyrann ;
and oppression on the part of ths officers
Their general nature , however , has not under
gone any material change since the days o
Cooper and Maryatt. They are a Jolly , happy
go-lucky set , always ready for a lark or i
light , with an abnormal fondness for gros
and are chronic grumblers over Imaglnai ;
Ills. Nevertheless , It Is said , they are stand
and true , and patriotic to the last breath
and will never go back on .their country or i
friend In distress.
The b st ratings open to "Jackles" ar
boatswains and gunners. These places pa ;
from $1,200 to $1.800 a year. They are opei
to any sailor who has served more than on
enlistment In the navy , and who show
special aptitude for promotion. All appoint
ments as warrant officers are based on th
record of the applicants. There are severa
vacancies In the list of boatswain ! at pres
ent , but none In the list of gunners. War
rant officers are retired on three-quarters pay
I'etty officers are pensioned on half pay I
physically Incapacitated for re-enlistment.
Everybody Is acquainted with the famllla
loose blue uniform of the Jack tar , and thos
who have seen him on shipboard In th
tropics will recognize his counterfeit present
ment In the well known white "Jumpers" e
Recruiting Is slack Just at present , but I
Is expected to pick up In tlie fall. The ex
planatlon ot this Is that most of the avail
able men are engaged on pleasure yacht
for ths summer. The Improved financli
condition of the country Is also given as
reasons for the. present falling oft In enllsl
> eat it-ill Appruprlu'p.
Washington Stiir : "I realize , " Bald th
father oC the lirldo to be , I haven
kept pouted on the little InH nnd otitB .
good form , nnil an you nro to b one of th
fnmlly pretty Boon , 1 vvnnt to take the III
erty of utklng- you a question. "
"Anything you like. "
"What IB the proper thing for a falhn
In-law to wear ut the weddlm , ' breitkfant/
The jouns man pondered deeply , and the
In the way of a check. "
"A small checkV"
" .Well say about ten thousand- ,
TYPE SETTING MAUVE L.
Wonderful Mnrlilno Invented \ > j a Sicilian
A typesetting machine which promises
to ccllpso all former clforU by Inventors
In this line Is to be given n test trial In
London this week , Invitations have been
Untied to eovpi-al hundred prominent newt-
paper mcu to bo present.
Father Culendoll , n young Sicilian monk
of the Dominican order , Is the Inventor of
this most Ingenious piece nt mechanism. U
Is alleged the machine will icadlly compose
or set CO.OOO letters an hour. H Is doubt
ful If the quickest typesetter will avciago
moi-o than 2,500 letters lii the same tlmo ,
which would glvo the now machines n workIng -
Ing capacity equal to that ot almost twenty
Llko most of his predecessors , Father
Calendoll makes use of n keyboard In work-
Itig his machine. K.tch key or button rep
resents n letter , which responds to the
touch of the operator. As each key la
struck the corri'spondlng letter flips out
and Is automatically arranged ready for
Justification. Hero the similarity between
Father Calendoll's new machine and these
now In use ceases. Thu old fashioned typesetting -
setting machlno hits each letter but once
on Its keyboard , nnd consequently the op
erator has to touch the button Just go many
times as a letter Is required. On the new
machlno there arc numerous tepetltlons. ot
the same letter , whlfli follow one another
In series like the octaves on a piano. Anil
as the performer on the piano can with olio
movement strike a cord containing a num
ber of notes , so can the operator on tills
now machlno compose entire words In an
Instant by the simultaneous application of
the fingers of both hands. This Is obviously
an enormous advantage over the machines
In present use , which require that each In
dividual key bo struck with a distinct move.
The keyboard , which from Ita arrangement
tnd appearance looks more like a chessboard ,
Is arranged like a somewhat complicated
printer's case. On the left hand arc not
Icrs than fifteen alphabets of lower case let
ters , each alphabet giving n different number
of different combinations for the formation
of words. On the right hand nre three alpha.
bets of capitals arranged like the ordinary
upper case , without combinations of any
kind. The miscellaneous diphthongs , ami
various signs used by the printer , nro run
In lines between the alphabets.
One square of the alphabets has thirty
Independent keys , which In their turn connect
with others. The vowels a e I and o nre re
peated three times , u twice , and the con-
onants once , with the exception of J k w x.
Phis particular arrangement was Intended by
the Inventor to bo used by Uie French
printers. For English or any other language
the buttons of the keys need only be rear-
langed to meet the requirements. Father
' .ilfciicloll says the reason for hlH somewhat
largo keyboard Is that the operator may bo
ible , to strike those keys which are the most
convenient In giving the required combina
tion.With n little practice the operator will al
most unconsciously become accustomed to cer
tain combination ! , Just as now the hand of the
compositor Instinctively Is guided to the ac
customed boxes without glancing at the case.
The question naturally occurs : How Is tha
word , the letters of which are struck simul
taneously , correctly composed ? The secret of
this Is that so long as the fingers rest press
ing on the keys noneof the mechanism la
put Into motion. It Is when the fingers are
lifted from the keys that t'ne composition la
lone. This , for Instance , In the word "sea , "
you strlko It with one movement of the left
hand. The the fingers arc llftc.l as the word
Is spelled. The ring finger releases the "s. "
the middle finger the "e , " and the Index fin
ger the final "a. " which comp etes the word.
'tills Is , of course , done with lightning
rapidity by the | > crscn accustomed to Its use.
The type used In the new machine Is con-
"Iderably lower than the ordinary printing
type. The foot of each type Is perforated by
a slot by which It Is slid on a movable T rail
of steel , thus being held absolutely secure.
from falling out when once in line. The typo
Is supplied from vertical tubes arranged
after the fashion of organ pipes. At the foot
of each tube Is a bolt which , when open ,
Picks up a type , which drops Into a narrow
channel when the bolt Is pushed back. The
tubes containing the types are arranged In
four scries adhering to each othsr. All these
tubes communicate through an Ingenious
electrical device with the keyboard governed ,
by the operator.
As the composition goes on the type slips
down over a bent rail and Is arranged In long ;
standing galleys , which are removed as soon
as filled up. Justification , alwayx a eoiirco. ,
of trouble with the old machines , has been
made a feature by Father Calendoll. He has
succeeded , by a simple but effective device ,
In accomplishing this by working of pedals
jmler the machine. The operator knows Just
exactly how- long a line he wishes , and can
Justify It to a nicety In the twinkling of an
eye by pressing the pedal with his foot.
Calendoll's new Invention looks very much
Mkc a somewhat exaggerated upright piano.
He says It can be made for considerably lesM
iioney than any of the machines now In use ;
also that its mechanism Is so simple any
ncrson of ordinary Intelligence will compre
hend it and use It In a couple of days.
As the typo IP now arranged on It. It may
ba taken direct from the galleys and locked
up for the press , thus dispensing with stereo
typing. The copy Is always In Right , renderIng -
Ing correction practicable on the spot. This
and much more In the way of pending Im
provements Is promlwd by the Inventor for
his new machine. It sounds very well und
If It passes the trial test under the eye ot
practical printers It must Indeed be a great
invention. It is scarcely necessary to eay
that the Invention has been covered by pat
ents In all countries. A wealthy stock cum-
pany has an option on putting It on the mar
ket If proved a success.
A ll < mvy < l
Miss Manila Steel was burled In Mechanics
township , 1'ennsylvanla , on June HO. She was
once a school teacher , and took on flesh BO
fast that she was compelled to quit teaching.
She was nearly 40 years of age. The day
Bhs died she ate heartily , and then com
plained of her stomach , and shortly after
was found dead In her bed upstairs. Her
weight was nearly 700 pounds , und she slept
on a bedstead especially prepared
It took twelve men to take the corpse down ,
stairs. Her casket was four feet across.
and could not bo taken Into the house , and
the. corpse was brought out to It. An old-
fashioned wide box wagon was used to convey
the remains to the grave.
T//I4 t'OJ/IAM irO.W.I.Y.
Written for The HCP.
I've often rend nnd heard about
This "coming woman" deal ,
I've studied the wholu matter out.
Yet more nnd more I feel
That never on this mundune fpherj
Can woman lead the vim.
In trying to run this world here
And oust the comlnt' inun.
TIs true that their attire now
Is much like that of man ,
Hut for my life I cnn I see how
A woman really can
Expect that man should stop nsldo
From where he ulvvuyn Htiinds ,
And place this reins of this world wlaa
In her soft , snowy hands.
It would not be KO very long
Till all would be perverse
The world would not he worth n Bong1 ,
And going from bad to worse.
Now , vvonmn thinks the day will dawn
When nil things will IHS ruled
Ily her , for Bhe has liloomurH on.
Too bad , but she'll be fooled.
There's Orover Cleveland , I dare say ,
HolleveH this "woman" whirl
I noticed Just the other day
The papers nald "A Girl. "
So Orcm-r fel If woman will
Hun this world by und ) > y ,
The Cleveland family will Htl'.l
qf rulers not bo shy.
Yes , when a woman wants to trot
My "Hit" away from mo ,
' ' Is not
She'll find u printer's Job
What It's cracked up to be.
She'll have to kick the piei-s all night
Set type jiiHt like n man ,
Sweep out the ranch before daylight
Thuu go and "rush thu cnn. "
She'll have to pull the hand press 'roumj
And do Job work in haste.
And llsh out flies us soon IIH drowned
In our HWMit-Hcentcd paste.
She'll Imvo to keep the nhop HO neat ,
And live on mush und pruncB-
She must perform the dally feat
Of cleunlnK twelve spittoons.
She'll have to gather notes of newt ) .
Of all that goes and comes ,
She'll bo obliged to wear big hhocs
To kick out all the bums.
All this und more she'll have to learn ,
( You know she never can )
And with nn nnxlous heart she'll yearn
Tor the tireless "coming man. "
I'lcrce , Ncl > . i MAJUC U
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