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TTTFj OMAHA DAILY I.EKs. SUNDAY, AI'ULL 1, 1900.
Painting, Papering and Decorating
DONE OH TIME
POSITIVELY NO INCREASE IN PRICED
Has the papering or palntlnc of your noma ben delayed on ac
count of the present labor trouble?
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We hare, for eleven years, conducted a straight Union shop,
with the result that today we have all the skilled help we need and
are Oeftlnsj Our Work Out n Time.
NEVRKAIj HEA80NS FOR TRADING WITH rt No union
trouble Work done on time, very lowest prices Paper from 4
cent up. Unusually large up-to-date stock to select from.
Telephone Douglas-3018. 119 X. 12th Street.
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Horns for Talking Machines 30c to $15.00.
Record Cabinets from $10.00 to $25.00.
Disc and Cylinder Talking Machines $5.00 to $100.00.
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fTelllrBa"lw"uoiwii m mni .i
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SWORDS OF NOTED WARRIORS
Historic Weapons Carried by Eminent
CfSoerc of the Army and Kary.
TROPHIES IN THE NATIONAL MUSEUM
Rellea of Oraat, Sherman, Hancock,
Shields, Panl J one and Hewer
gonvenlra of All th Ware
of the Ropnblle.
The national collections In Washington
contain a moat Interesting and brilliant
array of American swords, which were
either carried by military and naval offi
cer, presented by congress to victorious
leaders, or purchased from the families of
heroes and riven to the nation as a lasting
tribute to their fame.
Four of General Grant's swords are In
the possession of the National museum.
The first, known as the "Sword of Chat
tanooga," . was presented to him by citlxens
of Jo Davlea county, Ullnola. It has a
gold pommel, with grip guard and guard
plate ornamented with tortoise shell, and
Inscribed "The Hero of the Mississippi."
The scsbbard, also of gold, la engraved
with the names and dates of the battles
of t he Mexican war In which General Grant
wail engared. and also of the battlrA at
Belmont, Black River bridge, Vicksburg
and Chattanooga. '
The "New Tork Sword" was Presented
to General Grant by some of his friends
through the metropolitan fair In aid of the
United States Sanitary commission. New
Tork, April 23, 1844. Its blade Is etched
with military trophies and other designs.
The pommel Is of glided silver, inlaid with
rubles, diamonds and sapphires. The grip
Is of oxidised silver, decorated with bas
reliefs. The scabbard Is of sterling silver,
polished and gilded, and Is engraved with
the general's name, date of presentation,
The "Sword of Donelson" was General
Grant's favorite tribute to his valor. When
the right wing of his army was attacked
by the confederate troops at Fort Donel
aon, one of his officers, observing that the
soldiers' haversacks were filled with ra
tions, reported the fact to the general,
adding: "They have come out prepared to
fight for several days." Grant replied:
"This means retreat, boys. Soldiers don't
fill haversacks like this unless they are
planning to run away. Now, then, one
more sharp attack and we'll finish the
fight." After It had become apparent that
success would crown Grant's arms General
Buckner Inquired on what terms he would
accept his surrender. To this Grant re
plied, "Unconditional surrender are my only
terms," and soon afterward his army took
possession of the fort. In honor of this
victory the "Sword of Donelson" was pre
sented to General Grant by Messrs. O. W.
Graham, C. C. March, C. W. Lagout and
John Cook. Its straight edge Is etched
with military trophies. The pommel Is
decorated with bas-reliefs. The grip of
carved Ivory and the gold-plated scabbard
Is engraved with Grant's name and the
r.ames of the donors.
A Spanish Weapon.
The fourth of Grant's swords, a Spanish
weapon, was presented to him In 187J by
the Tlepuhllo of Bpeln. It has a guard of
steel, Ivory grip and steel scabbard, orna
mented In gold and enamel. On the blade
are Inscribed the following words: "Bel
mont, Donelson. Shlloh, Vicksburg, Mission
Ridge, Bpottsylvanla, Richmond. Let us
have peace. U. S. G.. Fabrtco de Toledo,
1S73," while on the hilt Is the Inscription,
"B plurtbus unum."
Thire are also on exhibition four swords
commemorating the victortes of General
Wlnfleld SeoU Hancock, who was espe
cially conspicuous" at the battles of Fred
ericksburg, Chancellorsvllls and Gettys
burg, and as the leader of the Second Army
corps In the campaign of the Army of the
Potomac. They are (1) the regulation
sword which he carried through the civil
war, (i) the sword of Captain Edward
Johnson, given to htm by the ciUsens of
Virginia for service In Mexico and pre
sented by Captain Johnson to General
Hancock: (3) the sword Which was pre
sented to him at Yorktown, Va., In 1881,
and (4) his regulation sword, which he
carried as major general.
Three generations of the Capron family
are represented In the nation's collection
of swords. Captain Erastus Allyn Capron
distinguished himself In the Seminole war,
and later served on the Canadian frontier.
In 1847 he served In the Mexican war and
was engaged In the siege of Vera Cms and
In the battle of Cerro Gordo. He also
fought In the battles of La Hoya, Oka
Laka and Contreraa. He was killed at
the battle of Churasbusco, August ZO, 1847,
while storming the strongly entrenched
convent, which served as a citadel. His
sword with white leather baldrlo and plate
was deposited In the museum by his
Hello of tha Uat War.
Captain Allyn Capron, his son, who served
with distinction In the Mexican and Sioux
campaigns, went later with General Shatter
to Cuba, and to the Capron battery was
assigned the duty of firing the salute In
honor of the victory at Santiago. He con
traded a fever In Cuba, which led to his
death later at Fort Myer. In Virginia
Many Interesting relics of this brave man
are in the National museum, Including his
regulation artillery sword, belt and breast
Captain Allyn K. Capron. son of Captain
Allyn and grandson of Captain Eraatus
Allyn, was one of the earliest victims of
the Spanish war. He enlisted in the cav
alary when U yeara old and after three
years was commissioned second lieutenant
In the Fifth infantry. When the Spanish
war broke out he was arpolnted a captain
In Roosevelt's Rough Riders, and was
killed oa his nth birthday while leading
tbe advance at La Guaslma, Cuba. The
relics of this officer In the museum consist
of fourteen objects.
Much space would be occupied In a de
tailed description of the relics of General
William Tecumseh Sherman, of General
Jimes Shields, whose gallant services In the
Mexican and civil wars are 'still fresh In
the minds of many; of Commodore Jesse
Duncan Elliott, who captured two British
vessels at Fort Erie while serving under
Terry, or of Commodore James Riddle,
who, when first lieutenant of the Wasp,
fell In with and captured six British mer
chantmen convoyed by the Frolic, and
was also conspicuous In the Tripoli war
(1801-180C), tha war of 1811 and the war
Special mention should be made of the
naval cutlass which John Paul Jones, com
manding the Bon Homme Richard, captured
from the English ship Serapls. The collec
tion also contains the sword which was pre
sented to that Indomitable fighter by the
king of France, as well aa a sword, musket
and piece of the flag from tha Serapls, to
gether with the entire flag of his own ship.
Then there are the swords of Brigadier
General Gabriel Rene Paul, who served
with much gallantry In the Seminole, the
Mexican and civil wars; an antique Spanish
sword which was presented to Captain J.
Ord In Mexloo and several scimitars
which were presented to Commodore Mat
thew Galbralth Perry, brother of the here
of Fort Erie, by All Pasha, bey of Egypt,
while with the Concord at Alexandria in
Dewey's Famous Sword.
The handsome sword which congress
voted to Admiral Dewey for hla victory
over the Spanish fleet in Manila bay, May 1,
ISdS, was exhibited In the National museum,
together with the sword which was pre
sented to him by the city of Boston, but
they have been withdrawn, temporarily at
any rate, much to the disappointment of
The former of these two swords Is com
posed entirely of twenty-two carat gold,
with the exception of the steel blade and
the body metal of the scabbard. On the
pommel Is carved the name of the battle
ship "Olympla," and the sodlacal sign for
December, the month In which Admiral
Dewey was born. Circling these Is a
wreath of oak leaves, the standard decora
tion for rank. Below this is a gold collar,
on the front of which are the arms of the
United States with the blue field of the
shield In enamel, and below them are the
arms of Vermont, the admiral's native
state, with the motto, "Freedom and
Unity," and the colors of the shield In
enamel. 8tars decorate the plain portion of
the collar and a graceful finish Is given to
this part of the hilt by a narrow band of
oak leaves. The grip is covered with fine
shark skin, bound with gold wire and In
laid with gold stars.
The guard consists of a conventional
eagle, terminating In a claw clasping the
top. Indicating "control and confidence,"
the outspread wings forming tha guard
The scabbard is of thin steel, damascened
In gold with sprays of Ros marlnut, a deli
cate sea plant, signifying fidelity, con
stancy and remembrance.
The sword blade Is damascened with the
"The gift of the nation to Rear Admiral
George Dewey, U. 8. N., In memory of the
victory at Manila bay May 1, 1898."
The mounting of the belt and the trap
pings are tbe regulation buckles, pierced
side rings and swivels, all of twenty-two
carat gold and ornamented with oak leavea
The visitors to the museum will also be
Interested In the relics of Lieutenant David
Jameson and General Jacob Brown, who
distinguished himself In the battles of Chip
pewa, Erie and Niagara In 1814; of Briga
dier General E. W. Ripley, nephew of PresU
dent Wheelock of Dartmouth college, for
his brave services at Nlagai-a. Attention
will also be drawn to the more recently
added swords of General Kllpatrlck, Brig
adier General John Wynn Davidson, Gen
eral George W. Morgan and Ransom Clark,
who alone escaped death in tha massacre of
Major Dade's command of 117 men near
Wahoo swamp during the seoond war with
the Seminole Indiana (1835-1842).
Added to all ot these are several swords
and other weapons which were picked up
on battle fields and which, although un
labeled, serve as silent witnesses to the
sacrifice of many noble lives In defense of
their country. Washington Star.
TIMELY REAL ESTATE TALK
(Continued from Paga One.)
company to Hettie P. Goodrich, tract In
Tukey's replat. Be mis park, $3,400; Flor
ence E. Stephen to F. C. Jorgensen, lot L
replat block S, Bemls park, $3,000; William
D. Edwards and othera to Stephen D.
Baugs, lot 14 and part lot 13, block. ,
Alamo Plaza addition, $6,600; D. M. Wood-
ard and. othera to Bessie W. Parrlah, lot
20, block 10, Bemls addition, $6,000; Omtiha
Realty company to Catherine B. Nash, lots
7 and 8, block 4, Boggs St Hill's Second
addition, $6,800; Emma F. Mahoney to Fred
Kern, lot 22. block 1, Foster's addition,
$4,400; Margaret Rudowsky to G. Damalto,
part lot 10, block 6, Shull's Second addi
tion, $3,600; Madison M. Ormsby to Charles
H. Brown, lot IS, block 7, Boulevard park,
$7,100; Adam Sobrlng to E. M. F. Lefiang,
part lota 1 and J, block 23, Omaha, IDO.COO.
OUT OP TDK ORDINARY.
The pure food bill pending In congress
provides that a pound shall mean- sixteen
ounces of a given article, exclusive of tha
Andrew J. Harlan of Savannah, Mo., Is
me last survivor ot me 'rnirty-nrst con-
fress, having represented the Eleventh
ndlana district. Although 91 years old,
he Is still hale and hearty. Amons the
members In this congress were suoh men
aa Daniel Webster, John C. Calhoun. Wil
liam H. Reward, Stephen A, Douglas,
Jefferson Davis and John J. Crittenden.
Congressman Higgtns of Connectlout
says the queerest sight he ever saw is In
a graveyard near New London, his state.
It consists of four graves, one at each
point of the com pa a and In the eenter
another grave. On the tombstones at the
four sides are these Inscriptions: "My I
Wife." "My II Wife." "My III Wife."
"My IV Wife." The Inscription on the
headstone or the grave in the center reads:
One of the most Interesting figures In
Harvard university Is Edward Ray, a blind
student who halls from a small country
town in North Carolina. He has mastsred
the most difficult courses In higher math
ematics, in geology, won a degree front the
University of North Carolina and Is now
working for the degree of M. A. at Harvard-
Hera he Is taking some of the hard
est courses in the curriculum, Gothic and
Who first found tin? There Is a leaend
among the Cornish miners that St. Plran.
an Irish hermit, was the discoverer. . His
ancient church In the parish of Perransa-
btiloe. In Cornwall, laid bar of sand by the
sea many years ago, has recently been re
paired. Cornish miners still keep the
Feast of Bt. Plran, who. according to the
fable, first found tin. forgetting that their
forefathers had long previously sold It to
the Phoenicians. Possibly the legend
points to the fact that this Irishman was
a euuirui metallurgist.
Six red-haired talesmen, who had been
accepted by the state In the selection of a
jury to try Sabine Perlelle, charged with
th m'irder cf a fellow Italian, were ex
cused by Jscob O north art. attorney for th
accused. In the Waterbury superior court
at Derby, Conn. Mr. Goodhart held that
his client because of his swarthy hue
would not be so likely to receive Impartial
Judgment from men of sandy complexion
as from thoae of darker features. The
subi rn-halred talesmen barred bv Mr.
Oorwlhart all have red whlakers. also of
th f owing variety. Four of them are
AaWerttaeaaeata for these eoloanas
tvlll.lt taken nattl 1SI na. tor the
renins eatilon and nntll ) p. an. for
the naornlntr sal Sjalay edition.
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to n word thereafter. Nethtnar tnlten
for le. than SOe for the flr.t laser,
tlon. These advertisements aaast he
Advertisers, by reqoeetlna n nnm
tiered check, vun have answers nd
dre.aed to n nneabered letter In oare
of The Be. Answers so addressed
will ho delivered on presentation ol
Day and nlsht. New classes In bookkeep
ing, telegraphy, shorthand, typewriting
end Engliau organ'sed every day. Get a
catalogue. Address H. B. BOTL&a.
President, Boyles Bldg., Omaha.
RTOVPS Taken down, cleaned and
WAV J-(0,tored prices the lowest.
Capacity 2St stoves. A. J. Hayne Hard
ware, 24th and Lak. Douglas 301$.
ENGROSSING and fancy penmanship.
Boy lee College. R M6t4
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
sates. U. Andreen. Prop., 1U1 S. lOrh St.
WE buy and sell typewriters; will sell your
machine on small commission. Omaha
Typewriter Exchange, tie Neville Hlk.
Tel. Doug. 46u. R 111
SIGN PAiNTINO. 8. H. Cola, 1301 Douglas,
8TEINWAT piano, upright, big bargain.
Perneld Piano Co., lull JTarnaiu St.
GUNSMITH, keys, trunk locks, repairing.
Heflln, $17 S. 14th. Tel. Douglas 2W4.
See that they come from
THE NEBRASKA SEED CO.,
UU-lali Howard, 1208-10-12 Jones St.
IS. lob MU
THT Kelly's Towel Supply. Tel. Doug. trio.
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1914 Farnam,
MARTIN MEYER, shirts, underwear to
oraer. rl Aiua mo
SURVEYING, BUckonsderfer, $12 Uee Bldg.
JOHNSON, TILE RELIABLE,
PLUMBING AND HKATING CO.
BEST BKHV1CE PRICES REASONABLE.
TKL. DOUGLAS W0. 181H HAHNfc-V.
R M414 Mlb
TRABER repairs well and cistern pumps;
can save you mo
can save you money on pumps and pipu.
ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co., 21 N. 16th.
Tel. LKug.-W,. Kes. phone, Duug.-7061.
HAVE Wilson hang paper; quick, clean
paper cleaning a specialty, rei. nougius
6066. R MS7SMIH
PAINFUL burns, any aore or skin hurt
quickly healed by Batln skin creamSEo.-
GREEN TRADING fLne.
liquors, by Jug or bottle. Cackley Bros.,
CPU. P. O. U-M169 Mil
Tel. Doug. 264,
IU S. 11th St.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ramge Blk.
Pianos delivered at once, $1 weekly. All
mu.io lessons rreo. JOIN NOW. rerneia
Piano Co., 1611 Farnam Bt. U U
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
Charles. Tel. Doug. 6811. U 187
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; in tact, anything you do not n.a;
we collect, repair and soli, at 114 N. 11th
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4U6 and wagon
will call. U U
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
HrjIrhlAn VI I . I 1 1 11th n i Dav-
,Wl4,Vr.M tUII, . . . " -
enport Sts.; special attention paid to con
finement caaea: all treatment supervised
by college Drofessora. 'Phone Doug. 1167.
Calls answered day or night. U I?
MAGNETIC! treatment A Baths. Mtne.
BmlUu 118 N. 16. M fl.. J 2.
ANT POOR GIRL in need of a friend call
or write to tbe matron of the Salvation
Army home for women at U24 N. 2Un
St. Omaha, Neb. U-M100
100-J Brown Blk., 16th and Douglas. Prao-
uo iinuiea 10 sain, genuo-unuary .uu
venereal dUeaaeii. U 6a9 MS
PHONB Doug. 701 and a man will call and
tuneyour piano, $2. Perneld Piano Co.,
1(11 Farnam. U-182
RUPTURE CURELV-No knlfa, no injec
tions. jftii or write for oooaiei. iuica
Cure Rupture Co.. all W. O. W. Bldg,
Omaha. U 11
TRY JCEUY'S Laundry. 'Fhoue Doug. 8530.
DR. ROY, Chiropody. R. 2 & 8, 1606 Farnam.
MABEL M. DOTbON, 610 Bee BUlg. Tel.
Douslaa-eaOt. Manicuring, massage, scuip
treat stent a specialty, and hair dressing.
GOLD STICKPIN FREE
to any person sending up the name of any
person owning a square piano, organ ur
prospective piano buyer.
perfiilLd piano co..
Tel. 7UL laU Farnam St.
f'HAMPiniSI 0rPl Cleaning Works.
lnAlYiriUll beautiful, unique rugs
from old carpets; prlcee reasonable, tdt
S. 14Ut 6U Tel Douglas tia. Vit JeU
YOUR saving 40 per cent. Investigate,
fenoell Millinery Co.. Ill bouta Uth St.
RPKNCJER MATTRESBEeJ renovated.
PRIVATE confinement home; babies
adopted. Mia. Lr. King. Mis N. fiat mu
TeL tbe. U -1W
P L E AT I N G Butwua. 'itSohmg,
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging- and 8hj Ink
ing, only so per yara. nana tar price iiai
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
tut Douglas Block Tel. Douglas-lS3t.
WILL persons who witnessed accident re
sulting la death of member ot Bonesteel
land excursion party at Norfolk Junction,
July 18, 1804. please communicate with
Haas Pstera, jr., ai.urewa, reu.
U M604 22x
PRIVATE home during confinement; tuabUs
adopted. The uuoa namanuta oaiumrium,
?a I irst Ave., Counotl iiiuns, la. Tel. 7,"i
WB RENT sowing machines, $1 week and
U bar mo. we repair an maaea oi ui-
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cr.incs; aawiia-iiu uu.-juv, u iw
Nb. Cycle Co.. TeL Doug, laol Cor. liitt
and Harney. u-e
INCUBATORS, brooders and chick food,
fiiiir incubator Co.. 10th and Davenport.
U M6J4 Ali
6KW1NO machine and supplies. P.
r'lidmn St Co., 1614 Capitol avenue.
ir n-n ii .
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SEWD your carpets to Omaha Electric Car.
pe Cleaulug .. N. kvth. Duug.-ltuS.
V aLJO. BO.I
ACRE LOTS North ot Krug park. K. G
Bolo;non 'Phone Benson 166. U 621 22x
CAflLEON a CO., upholstering and repair
Tel. Douglas 2uA U Alool AiS
THE City Garbage Co. OfBce, 4th and
Leavenworth tiia. Tel. Douglet 1387.
CTOVP Btor,,d. Hughes Steve Repair
C,J Works. Tel. Doug -Tint,
U 4W M16
MAGNETIC 08TEOLOaY-Mrs. M. Rltteo.
house, 412 N. ICtn, room 2, second floor.
MAGNETIC MASSAGE, 412 No, 16TH
ST, BkJCOND FLOOR, ROOM 2.
U M646 Mil
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, wsrts and moles
permanently removed by electricity; con
eultatlon free and conndentlal; all work
tue ran teed. Miss Allender, 422 N. Y
MRS. MERGES, PIANIST.
10 S. 20th. Tel. Doug. UH.
BUBINE88 man, nice home, income $6,000,
wants acquaintance of lady, object matri
mony; no objections to poor glri or
widow If sincere. Address W. D., W
Fulton St., Chicago. U
YOUNG LADY, handsome, affectionate,
loves home and flowers, worth H0,0u0,
wants immediate marriage; no objections
to poor man if honest. Mrs. W., (87 Ful
ton St., Chicago, 111. U
MORPHINE, opium, laudanum, cooalne
habit myself oured; will Inform you of
harmless permanent home ours. Mary
uaiawin, oox mi, Chicago, LI
THE healing nousehold remedy. Satin skin
cream snouia always be handy. Z&o. U
OMAHA Steam Psste Co. manufactures
pure nour paste. 2210 Cuming. Tel. Doug.
FREB YOUR FORTUNE TOLD, future
ana pasi revealed, surprising, By Amer
ica's eminent philosopher, astroloslst,
clairvoyant 8T. JOHN, 13 Sheldon St.,
Chicago. Send birth date and stamp.
KNOW THYSELF. U-638 x
MRS. N. D. SIMMONS, R. F. D. No. 7,
uswego, ix. i., aesires to learn tne where
abouts of Sarah M. McOlllvea, wife of
Alphonao Taylor, sr., or her son, Alphouso
Taylor, Jr. when last heard of twenty-five
years ago, they lived in or near Omaha,
Neb. Will be glad to hewr from any one
who can send any Information whatever.
Mrs. N. D. Simmons, R. F. D. No. 7. Os
wego. N. Y. U-758 22x
WEALTHY ladles and gentlemen of ro-
nnement, anxious to marry; pnoto-
fraphs and descriptions free. P. O. Box
, Canon City, Colo. U 731 22x
AM FIFTY years of age, of good stand
ing, a widower, a Christian. Have so
acres of land and other property. Want
a good wife, for whom I have comforta
ble home. All lettere will be promptly
answered. All ladles wishing such a
home please write Jacob Huffman, Rout..
21, Grain Valley, Mo. U 662 22x
HOW BIO IS YOUR BUST? Dr. Con-
ways k'ustoids Is the only remedy on
earth which enlarges the bust 4 to 10
inches; no injury, no appliances, no
poisons; home treatment; $1,000 if we
can't: sealed facts. 4c stamp. CON
WAY SPECIFIC CO., It Temple Place,
Boston. Mass. , U 660 22x
WE SEEK husband for pretty maiden;
age is; musical; wortn io,uuu; another
24, worth $20,000. Home Comfort,
Toledo, O. U 649 22x
WORLD-FAMED CLAIRVOYANT Aim
PALMIST SPECIAL OFFER.
1701 CAPITOL AVE.. NO SIGN. Remom-
BER THE NAME AND NUMBER.
FOR A FEW DAYS MADAM ZORA W?LL
OIV1D A FULL $30 READING FOR $5, A $6
READING FOR $1. TO ALL WHO CALL
AT C'NCE AND BRING THIS COUPON.
DO KOT DELAY. TOMORROW NEVER
She tells names, dates, facta. Tells who
and whom you will marry. If husband or
wife hi true to you.
ARE YOU IN TROUBLE.
Do yau find with all your natural gifts
and talents that you are baffled, dlsoour
aged and unnuccessfulT If so, ooms and be
advised; find out the cause of your bad
luck anl how to change your bad conditions
to thocs ' of sucoess, Joy and happiness.
Thousands live today to bleea and give
credit lor their success and happiness to
this wenderful lady. She never falls to
cause sieeJy and happy marriage with tha
one of your choloe, and reunites the sep
arated. MYSTERIOUS POWERS STARTLING
Zora roads your entire life from cradle Ho
grave, locates absent friends, loet articles,
hidden treasures. Develops personal mag
netism, itlveii you good luck to gain your
greatest wish. She gives advice on patents.
pensions, wills, deeds and lawsuit. Are
you unhappy? Are you unfortunate? Come
to this gifted lady, for she can and will
help you. ft.adam Zora removes evil condi
tions anc causes those you love to love
you. Wa:n you of coming dangers, averts
trouble and sickness.
THE ONLY CLAIRVOYANT IN AMER
ICA WHC GIVES A WRITTEN GUARAN
TEE IN ALL SPECIAL WORK AND
CHARGED YOU NOTHING UNLESS PER
FECTLY il A.TI8F1ED. All business strictly
confident!! 1. 1701 Capitol Ave. Hours, 10 a.
in. to 8 p. m. B 867 22x
Mme. EVA FAY,
AT S09 North 18th.
The marvelous tests she performs proves
the magnitude ot her strange and wonder
I do hereby agree and guarantee to make
no charge If I fall to tell your name,
occupation and . what you call for. I
promlsu to tell you whether husband,
wife Of sweetheart la true or false; tall
who sod when you will marry; in fact,
will toll you every hope, fear or ambi
tion of your life, giving truthful advice
on matters of business, law suits, separa
tions, divorces and speculations, telling
you vhat business or profusion you are
best iuited for, what to do and where to
go tc bring success. I reunite the sepa
rated, restore lost affection, cause happy
muriiagee, give good lu.k develop a,
secrot you should know, the power of
Buslrees confidential Parlors private,
wh re you see no one but Madame.
To all bringing this "ad" I will glvs my
$3 reading for $1.
Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. 20$ N. 13th St.
UU&. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 114 South Utla St, upstair
iieauluul piadjcuou aMoiuuuy given.
Mrs. Lillian Karrell of Boston, Mass., Is
now located at 2124 Douglas St., Omaha.
Readings dully from 10 a. m. until 9 p. in.
Spiritual Investigation especially invited.
ft 438 'OX
IF IN trouble consult Mrs. Faust. La
dles, 60c. Satisfaction guaranteed. h
Jackson. SM477 21x
CARRIE BEAN, spiritualist medium,
private spiritual readings dally. Room
1, Patterson Blk. Readings by mall.
p 6 96 2 2 X
. SPECIAL NOTICE.
MRS. FAUST, who has ben giving satis
factory readlnss here for the last seven
months, will remain at the old address
a short time longer. Ladies. 60c. 1709
Jackson. S 828 :2x
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINERY
SIDEWALKS Let John Grant make
your cement sidewalk, driveways or cel
lar floor 11 you want the beat guaran
teed 10 years. Office lh floor Bee Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 7242. -Moil Mil
MTT PQ'Faco Down cement hloek ana
1 1.1 iO ohluery. Call wu. and 11
OS show you our line. Phon. Jung. 471.
'laiip Construction Co.. $02 Neville blk.
TPP Construction Co., 202 Neville Blk.
Miles lace down cement block machine.
JOHNSON Institute, 618 N. Y. L. Tel. Doug.
DR. WELLS, Neville Blk. Tel Doug. 6871.
SMALL gasoline runabout, will pay rash.
or time preierreo, it can man arrang
ments Must bo cheap. Address C U
care Bee. N $44 Em
Vf AlTV'llJlnrl iwiiintrv
nenrasKa. Address letv iwn m., ijd
each St.. I
N 787 lix
I DESIRE to buy a small established busi
ness in irniaim or vicinity; or win miy a
fiartnershlp Interest In a business or stork
n an Incorporated company, In which I
ran be actively enraged at a aalarv; ran
give satisfactory references aa to hultiM
qiialineallons. Write, giving full particu
lars, to 1044 Woodlawn, Iowa Cltv, Is.
ALL IN A BUNCH
We have a cash customer for house from
$3,000 to $S,6U0, also for a farm, 100 to 100
"WRIGHT & LASBURY,
606 South Uth St.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED For family of three, first
class furnished or unfurnished rooms
In good location, with board In private
family or whore there are but few oih,,r
boarders. Address C 29, giving rarttcu-
H. Ma39 22
WANTED 7 or 8-room modern house In
T"nn pan oi cny. io rent. Address c,
85. Bee. K-MS12
MAN wants ROOM WITH BOARD In
prlvnte famllv, near ISth and Locust. Ad
dress C 16, Bee. K 634 23x
WANTED Room and board. private
family preferred. In vicinity of Hanscom
perk, by young gentleman, emploved
packing house offico. Address C 44, Bee.
K 823 tlx
DESIRABLE tenants no children want
modern house, 6 to 7 rooms. Address
C 43, Bee. K 827 24
WANTED TO RENT Small office In suite
with others, or desk room with use of
telephone. Address C 45, care Pee.
FOR EXCHANGE- Income properties;
Omaha. $',000; South Omaha, $14.9u0:
Plattsmnuth, $16,0C0; 800-acre Improved
farm: 2,200 acres Improved; cottages for
western land. Windham Investment Co.,
Plattsmouth. Neb. Z 646 Ex
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad In and you will soon
get it. z-ta
TO EXCHANGE Leading drug store In
county scat town In northweet Missouri.
Consider a good small farm, residence
or city property, or will sell on liberal
terms for cash. Address Iowa Druggist
Exchange, Independence, la. Z 667 22
A GOOD 180-acre farm in Cedar county,
Missouri, to exchange for Omaha resi
dence property; farm $ mile from go-d
town. Price $40 per acre. Address C t
Bee. Z 816 yix
LADIES, $1,000 REWARD! I positively
guarantee my Never-Falling KltUu
KOLO Remedy. Safely relieves longest,
moot obstinate cases of delayed Mommy
1'eriods In 3 to i days without harm, iuiu
or Interference with work. Mall, ji.it.
Double strength, $2.00. "SPECIAL FOi.i
ER FOR LAJUlLa FREE. lift. li. ti.
SoCTJAlNQTON CO., KANSAS Clti,
BEST nerve braoer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills" $1 box, postpaid. Sherman di
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. 211
LADIES Chichester's English Pennroyal
Pills are tbe best; safe, reliable. Take no
other. Send to stamps for particulars,
"Relief for Ladles," in letter by return
mail. Ask your druggists. Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
DR. HUTCHINSON, specialist of women
and children. Office 2206 Cumin. 'Phono
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
PERSONAL ATTENTION E. H. Ferrln.
solentiflo horns shoeing, 416 8 18th. Tot
Douglas 1KIA Horses oalled for and de
livered. P M47 MIS
FOR RALE Small horse, harness Mad '
buggy. Address A 10. Bee. P M870
DRAFT, driver and saddle horses, - well
broke, and gentle. Apply Jones' Stable.
1114 Dodao. P 281
WANTED To buy horses, all olaasea. Call
U10 Harney Bt Tel. Red-7616. F-M341
FOR SALE CHEAP Stylish open wagon,
extra wide seats, little used, best rubber
tires. Tel. Harney-623. P MS80 21
FINE team of Shetland ponies, with ele
gant two-seated trap, harness, saddle, eto.
2215 Farnam. P 8S0 24a
H A. ST URGES, registered attorney; p,t
enta, trade marks, copyrights; no tee un
less successful. U7 N. Y. Ufa, Omaha.
F. J. LARSON 4a CO., patent lawyers.
Patent book tree. Bos Bldg., Omaha, Ib,
SHARPS MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured, invention, aeveiopeo, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work. SiM-uii
b. 10m ev
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional Investment Co., 63 Douglas Blck,
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES
WHY pay trust prices? SoUd oak billiard
and pool tables, $iu. Also bar Oxtur.
No agency expenses. Catalsgue mailed
tree. Chas. passow A Boss. Chicago.
WE TRUST EVERYBODY, easy payments,
and lead the world In cheap prlcea tn
billiard and pool tables ajd bar fixtures;
catalogue true. The Brunswlcke-Baike-Collender
Co., 407 S. loth St., Omaha, Neb.
I VMP.TAn K'h arads M06 Calendars,
LllNUaiAUB e. Cor. 161 ot and
& JOKVfc Capitol Ave.
ENGRAVING and printing. Kotera e
CoT. 1610 Howard. TeL Douglas
SNELL Printing Co.. SIC S. Uth jiaj
FOR dressmaking, done at homo. Doug.
Woodruff A Arnold. $1-1 Bt
M' DOW ELL system of drees cutting
taught; simplest and boot method 1SJ
Farnam; Mr0 Majnu
CUT-RATH railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbla. uut Farnam. 'Phone Doug.
LARSON JOHNSON. 1406 Farnam. Doug.
WANTED TO BORROW
I WANT to borrow $3,600.B en Ire proved
residence property; .worth li.0ac.0u, lo
eated In one of the beat parts of Omaha;
rate must be low. with privilege of pay.
Inj part each year. Address B 62Bo
MA GUARD VAN AND STORAGE? CO.-.
Ooods stored at lowoot prtcooi tn"fl
wit hoot extra charge. Pooaeo IaiI lekl
and Dong-ls US. rjllL-
U HENDEVRoON. ttlC Farnaa. TeL Ix-ng.
Hfwb a nwoBnoA. ic6 rorn.r
HOFFMANN A fliatls as W N. Weft.
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