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OMAHA DA1KK BEE-FRIDAY JUNE 6 , 1881.
THE DAILY BEE.
Friday Morning , Juno 6.
I'UIXTISllS WANCEI ) .
A number of Rood printers can find steady
employment nt this ortico ,
LOOAL BREVITIES ,
A grout iloal of complaint is hoard because
of n pool of stagnant water on Hatnoy street
"Was you nt the piny last night ? " "Oh ,
yos. That play is bound to bo all tho.Ungo ( all
isn't III" StuffoJ clubi , five mlnutcu vlo
lent oxorclao , tableaux.
The granlto paving on Thlrloonlh trooti <
progrofslng rapidly , whllo the osphaltiim on
the cro 8 alrooU Is boiiiR laid very rapidly and
It will bo but n few week when the work shall
hiTO boon completed.
A nalo of fancy articles just rocclvnd from
the east , will bo held at the Child's Hospital
and Homo , on Saturday , Juno 7th , from two
ton p. m. , to which everybody is Invited. No
entrance fee , and plenty of cilto , strawberries
and Ice cream on demand ,
This ovonlnc ; an entertainment will
bo given at tlio First Coiirogatlonal ( church ,
the procoodj of which will bo added
to the bulldlnR fund. A pro.
gramme of n rory high order has been
prepared and n musical and literary treat In
promised to nil who attend ,
Wednesday about nine p. m. word came
to town that n man had been shot near the
nail works. A Klmllar reportrcffaiding a man
at the Block yards , had oarllor proved unfoun
ded , nnd some doubt was entertained of the
truth of the nail woiki business. At all
ovontH officer Knight drove to the works to
Investigate nnd found that n trump who re
fused to glvo his name , had got Into a qnarrol
nnd had boon shot by another of the name oo
cnpatlou. The wound is not dangerous thoi h
t painful nno. It bled profusely , noTortho-
IOBO ; The tramp will Hurvlvo.
Mr. Hamilton , of Lincoln , Is at tlio Metro
J. W. 1'cck , of Kansas City , is nt the Metro-
Wesley Merrill , of Springfield , Is at the
J. II. Johnston and wife , of Blair , ivro at
the Metropolitan ,
Mrs. J. A. Denton , of Ilantingu , la a gucnt
at the Metropolitan.
H. Johnson and wife , of Philadelphia , nro
at tlio Metropolitan.
John T. Wiernnd J. Seymour , of Ottutmva ,
la. , nro at the Metropolitan.
Dr. D. A. Lewis and 0. Beitz , of Albion ,
are stopping nt the Metropolitan.
Mrs. L. Hey and child and Mrs. 0. Jamas
and child , ofillostings , IB. , are slopping at
S , W. Wiley , ref lllodfiold , J. M. Main , of
I ! Dexter , nnd J. J. Morris , of Stovrart , lown
called at the Bun office yesterday morning ,
Senator Sharon , of California , who hoa
coma before the people In an unenviable light
by bin lawsuit with Miss Hill , paaspd through
tills city yoatorda morning , bound for the
Mr. 0. V. Gallagher , one of Douglas comv
tj'a Rtaunch democrats , loft for Chicago yes
tcrdsp bo BOO If ho could not [ give some ad'
TOO to tlio republican convention now assem
bled In that city , by which they might
harmoniously adjust their dlfforoncoa.
Thomas Swobo and family loft Wednesday
for Cherokee Springs , where they will aojourn
for a time for the benefit of Mr. Swobo'i health
They wont In the oar of Superintendent Law-
'lor , of the S. C. ft P. road , which was placed
at their disposal for the trip ,
J. E. Lainaslor , Tooumsou ; W. Bennett ' ,
riattoinouth ; O. A. 1'olrco and J. V. Hitch-
hart , Ashlandj 0. M. Piokotl , Wahoo ; Goo ,
1L Castle , Blue Springs ; Ka. A. Baugh , Oak
land ; and Prank Poster , Tawnoo City , registered
torod yesterday nt the Mlllard.
J. D. Clark , Papllllon ; Edward Orano ,
Sowar d ; James A. IWny , Fremont ; 1 * . T ,
f r McCarthy , Kxoter ; John A. Tomploton an
John ntzgornld , Lincoln ; 0. S. M , I'rontioR
Fremont ; Chauncoy WHOio and M. 8 , Llnd
say , Fullerton ; nnd Henry Baker rcgistoroi
yostorJay at the Faxton.
T\TO Scaled VorillctH.
The dlatrict court in ito work thus fa :
this term has made haato slowly. Tiv
jury casoa only Imvo boon disposed of up
to the present time.
Yoitorday , in Judge Wakoloy'a court ,
was consumed in the trial of tlio caoo o :
Redman against Dewey it Stouo. Tlii
in a case iu roplovin involving the till
of a horno. The jury late laat evening
returned a scaled verdict.
Doforo Judge Neville , the suit o
Troitsohko ngainat llogoboom , n , caao o :
minor importaiico , occupied the attontior
of the court ull day. A sealed vordlct in
tliis case also was returned by the jury
Uullly or Soiling liltinor ,
Dr. ' ( Forrand , Willis Harris and Nic
Laokoy'woro last uightlirought from Hid
Brdson county by duputy United State
marahalls Wright and Oulp. Those mo
were charged with soiling the coppo
distilled nectar of Kentucky to tlio Iowa.
Sao and Fox Iiiians. They pleaded
guilty to tlio chaargo porforrod against
them and will probably bo sentenced
by Judg Dundy this morning.
NEW BUILDINGS ,
A Imrgo Number or Now BullclliiKs
Now Kroutcil ,
The building boom in Omaha this eon-
eon promises to bo larger than for many
yearn previous , Not ulonu in building
will largo Bums of money bo ezpondod.
.Many thousands of dollars have already
boon spent and many more will follow in
grading down and tilling up lots , which
lias boon made necessary by the grading
of the streets.
A number of the architects were vis *
itod yesterday to ascertain about how
many now buildings would erected
and by whom.
The principal building under way is
that of W. APttxton , on the southuant
corner of Farnam and Fifteenth utreots
the plans for which indicate that it will
l > o one of the handsomott in ( ho city
Forty-four feet fronting on Farnam
otrcotond 132 of Fifteenth street , the
building will bo five stories high , ( inr-
mounted by n heavy cornlco nnd balus
trade. The first tory floor is three
steps nbovo the sidewalk nnd will bo fit
ted up for a single store of double width ,
with n recessed entrance on Farnam
street , n side entrance on Fifteenth
street and access to the stairway and ele
vator. The front of the building is di
vided by four projecting piers , nnd the
stories are soporatod by alternate courses
of terra cotln and iron and stone. Chicago
cage pressed brick is the principal materi
al for the walls. The stairway nnd elevator -
vator leading to the upper stories are
reached through n highly ornamental
doorway , finished with stained glass and
mahogany nnd standing twenty foot north
of the alloy. Plato glass windows will
light thobuilding , nnd the height Trill bo
87 foot from the ground , which it is said
will carry it n little higher than the Paxton -
Charles Karbach and Qoorgo Warren
Smith began yesterday to tear down
their frame store on the south side of
Iougln3 street below Fifteenth. They
each oroot there n store 22 by 118 , H
atorius high of Chicago prc.isod brick nnd
plato glass front * . M. Goldsmith will
occupy the Karbach storo.
Parlln , Orondorf and Martin , tho'doal-
ors in agricultural implements , are about
to put up n six-story brick warehouse , GO
by 112 , on Ninth and Jones atreots ,
McShano & Schraodornro having plaim
drawn for a brick warehouse GO by 114 ,
three stories high , on Loavonworth btrout
M. Elguttor is preparing to build n
row of six stores each , 22x45 , two stories
high , on Tenth nnd 1'ai'ilio streets.
Dr. Wright has partly built already a
block GGxGO , thruo Htories and basement ,
on Chicago and Sixteenth streets.
Miss A.ViUon hai oroolwl the first
story already of n block GxJO ( ! ( , throe
stories and basement , on Twelfth and
T. 0 Brunnor haa reached the second
story of hia throe-story store 22.x01 on
Sixteenth end Dodge streets.
0. F. Davit ifc Co.'a throe-story store
23x51 , on Farnam nbovo Fifteenth
street , has reached the second story.
John A. Croighton , Mrs. Croighton
and II. 0. Jonoa are each building a four
stoiy and basement store 22 by 120 on
Dodge street , west of the postollico.
Mrs. John A. Croighton is building
two stories , each 22 by 88 , on Douglaa
street , above Fifteenth , four stories
Ex-Sonator Saunders is building n
throo-story brick store , 22 by 75 , on the
north side of Douglas street , below Fif
Jerry Mahoney has lot the contract for
the erection of a two-story and basement
building , 40 by 01 , on Thirteenth and
Hartman & Ilnllman have nearly
finlihod their throe-story and basement
building , 41 by 75 , on Fourteenth street ,
between Douglas and Dodgo.
John A. Croighton contemplates add
ing a fourth story to the Croighton block
and putting in an elevator.
The foregoing is only a partial list ,
there being as many more architects to
hoar from upon business buildings in
the city now under contract or about tobo
Dnfronojit Mendelssohn are the archi
tects of the Paxton , Parlin , Orondorf &
Martin , Karback , Smith , Brunnor ,
Wright and Wilson buildings ; Cloves
Brothers are architects of the Oroighton ,
Jones , Saunders , McShano & Schroeder ,
"rlahonoy and Elguttor buildings ; B. A.
Bowler is architect of Davis & Go's build-
Messrs. Smith , Voas , Briscoll , Largo ,
IcPhoraon , Boohnoko , Douglas and
field , architects , are all busy and build
ing notes from thorn will bo given in a
Hereford's Acid Fho i > luuo ,
For Overworked Females.
D . J. P. CowAit , Ashland , O. , says
It proves satisfactory as n nerve tonic.
, lao in dyspeptic conditions of the
tomaoh , with general debility , such as
wo and in overworked females , with
lorrous headache and its acoorapani
A Mornlnj ; 'Wcililliifr ,
Yesterday a.m. at 10:30 : o'clock , at the
osidoncoof the brldo'sparents on Charles
itroot , llov. Blanoy united in marriage
tliss Ilattio Shoemaker , of this city , and
\li. \ Frank Ramsey , of Eagle Hock ,
idaho. A bountiful wedding breakfast
was served. The young couploloft foi
trip through the east yesterday nftor
NEBRASKA STATK UAZKTTEKK & BUH
Kss DiiiEOTOitY to bo issued ill July
18b4 , price $1 50. J. M. WOLVIS , pub
hot 120 8.14th St. , Omaha.
Wednesday ovo. the Concordin singing
ocioty surprised Mr. Henry Meyer , at
! iis residence , corner of Eighteenth and
Jackson utreots. The society was ac
companied by the Musical Union orches
ra and the evening was given up to
nusia nnd social intercourse.
The only thing funny about the trad-
gody at Bethlehem yesterday is the var
ety of accounts of it printed by the
newspapers. Not one of thorn except
The Journal has it anything near as it
occurred. The Bi'.i : takes the cake. It
says , speaking of Bright shooting him
self : "After having completed this hell
ish deed , ho procured n revolver , nnd
placing the muz/.lo against his own breast
lie pulled the trigger and fell to the lloor ,
a corpse , shot through the heart. " The
facts nro thaf'after completing this hell
ish deed ho grabbed n musket which he
purposely had conviontly near , lay down
on the lloor upon his back , placed the
muzzle against his forehead , pulled the
trigger with his too and blow his brains
out. I'latlsmoulh Journal.
Wo fail to BOO what great dlfl'ercnco it
can make whether ho shot himself with a
musket , a revolver or n cannon , or
whether ho allot himself through the
breast or in the nock. Sutlloo it to say ,
the man is dead , and that ho shot him
self , and that the BEE published an ac
count of the affair in advance of. all other
papers In this sootion ,
AVol lie Bloyor.
It it now um.Uputod tliut Wlo Die Jlcy-
er'n GftUirrU Ouro la the only troatmout
that will absolutely cure Catarrh froth or
Clironlo. "Very olHcacioui. Burn ! Could ,
Weeping Water , Nob. " Ono box cured me.
Mm. Mary Konyon , Blimarck. Dakota. " "It
roxtcrod mo to tlio pulpit , liov. UeorKO K.
Kcls.Cnt.oU.le , N. Y. " "Onn box radically
cured nib , Nov. O , H. Tnlilor , 140 Noble
itroot , Brooklyn' " "A perfect euro after 30
yeani guttering , J , D. McUonuli ) , 710 11 road ,
way , N , Y , , & & . &o , Thousands of tastltuo.-
nlaJs are received ( rum nil Darts of the worldl-
Delivered , 81.00. Dr. Wei De Mayor' * Iby
luitrnli-a TrAAtlnv , " with statement * ol
the cnrod , rnatlod free. D , I ) . Uowey & Co. ,
112 1'ulton Street , N. Y
tua-t.hun & eat-mi3om
"EIGHT 10 SEVEN. "
The Magical Comliinaiion That Gayo
the Game to the U , P's ' ,
An KieltliiR Contest Yesterday Afternoon -
noon nt Kane Hall 1'ark.
Ono of the most exciting games of ball
over played in Omaha was witnessed yes
terday afternoon nt the U. P. grounds by
about 500 people , tlio Ilock Islands of
Hock Island and tlio UnonPjwlfiMjjoing
the contestants. A close contest had
boon looked for , nnd the spectators were
not disappointed. No one could name
the victors until the third man had been
put out , closing the ninth inning.
The gnmo opened with the Union
Pacifies nt the bat. McKolvy on n hit
nnd nn error of short-stop reached first.
Bandlo touched the first bag nlso on an
error , McKolvy reaching third. It now
looked M if the Union Pacifies might nt
least save a whitewash , but Funkhounor
and Carroll were fielded out and Me
Kelvy was caught between bases , thus
putting the side out. For the Ilock
Islands , Walsh nnd Cavanaugh scored in
this inning , There wns no moro run *
getting until the fifth inning when , with
McKolvy on third and Bandlo on second ,
nnd nftor two striken had boon called ,
Funkhotiaor inado n magnificent drive to
center field fora lifo bringing in the
men on bases. Whitney then
hit the ball to the loft field fence , Funk-
houaor reaching third , Carroll then made
a throo-baggorFunkhoii3or and Whitney
Bcorliig , Carroll reached home on Dwycr's
safe hit , who was left on base by Gag-
gins' catch of Ilockwoll's fly to right field.
The Hock Islands scored another run in
the sixth , and four moro in the seventh
Innings. In the eighth the Union
Pacifies , by McKolvy's three baser , were
credited with two runs by Dwyer and
Bryan , who each reached base on single
safe hits. In this innings the Hock
Islands vroro unable to score , thus making
the game at this stage atlo. In the ninth
Funkhousor was given a llfo by a passed
ball by Cavanaugh , nnd was brought
homo by singles of Whitney and Dwyer ,
who failed to ttcoro. Nona ot the Hock
Islands in this innings were nblo to cross
the homo plato , the Union Pacifies thus
winning the game.
The contest , interesting from the beginning -
ginning , woo interspersed with many
Inexcusable errors and an occasional bril
liant play. Rockwell was in fine form
and pitched a great game , retiring no
loss than nine Hock Islanders on strikes.
Iludson , for his team did equally as well
putting out the same number.
An unpleasant incident of yesterday's
game was the hissing and "kicking"
against the umpire. The managers should
BOO to it that this disagreeable feature
hereafter bo omitted and if persisted in
these indulging in it should bo summarily
ejected from the ground , Below is the
I'LATSIta , K BI [ rO A E
McKolvoy , 2d b 1
Bandlo , o 1 1 6 D 1
FunMiousor. Ib 2
Carroll , r f
lwyor ) , us 1
Hockwell , p 0 0 0 11 3
Jameson 1 f
ToUl 8 10 27 23 13
n mi ro A.
Vorrost , If 2
Cavnnaugh , c 1 1 lo 1 2
Hudson , p 0 0 0 13 "
Gaggin. r f 0 0 3 0 _
II g n , 1st b 1 0 C 2 1
Hungler,2db 1 -
llhoror , o f
Totals 7 4 27 23 IB
Union Pacifies OOOoCOo2 1 8
Itock Islands 20000140 0 7
Tiino of gnmo tire hours and five minutes ,
Two base hits Wbltnoy.
Tliroo base hitH Carroll , McKolyoy.
1'assod bulls - Bnndol 3 ; Cavanaugh .
Struck out llockwoll 9 ; Hudson 'A
Knrnod nms 0.
Umpire M. nimoro.
A second game will ho played this
afternoon botvroon the same nines. J
great oifort will bo made by the van
quished of yesterday to retrieve their
fallen fortunes. A now battery will bo
presented by them , and MoKolvy , for
the U. P.'a , will fill * ho box. The follow
ing are the names and positions of the
playora for this afternoon's game :
UNION PAOIF1CH. BOCK IHI.AND3.
Bandlo o SAGO. ,
McKolvy [ > Hungler .
Dwyer HB Walal . s
Kockwoll 1 b llagitii . 1 _
Carroll 2b Mollonry . 2b
Whltuoy 3b Brown . 31 ;
I'unkhouaer 1 ( Fonost . 1
Jlmlsim , , , . of Cavanaugh. . . , . , , o
Durkoo rf or
Mr. Jerome Pont/.ol , clerk of the polic
court , has made the following aummar
of business for Hay :
Assault ami battery
Foloiiloua assault , , ,
Shootlng'H Itli Intent to wound
Viipitivo from justice , ,
l.urcuuy , i
Intoxication , , . , , , 7
Committing uulsanco ,
Carn Ing concealed weapon
Keeping dangerous dog. . . . .
Obstructing nil ollicor c
Viigrants and suspicious characters , , . , , . . G
Concealing stolen property
Making tmoatH , ,
Selling diseased me.it , ,
( laming , . ,
Keeping disorderlyliousa. . , .
Auctioneering wituout llcouso 2
Using street for building purpose , 1
Driving over tire houa , , 1
Disturbing religious inootliig. . . . , 1
Conducting a theatre without license , 1
Soiling mortgaged property 1
Violating lira limit ordinance 2
Kxprusslnt ; without license , , , , 1
Disturbance of tlio peace -10
Selling liquor wltnout liconaa 2
SEAL of North Carolina Tobacco is the
Note * * ,
Accident : Wednesday , while the nrtii-
lory were at gun practice on some land
near the fort , the ollicor in command
perceived a vehicle standing in the road
near by , and immediately notified the
occupants thereof , that the guns were
about to bo discharged simultaneously ,
and ndviipd them to move away. This
warning however waa unheeded and the
result was that the firing caused the
horao to take fright , when it dashed
madly up the road nnd in nttompting
to turn on Saunders street , foil , nnd in
so doing fractured its leg. The animal
was afterwards shot.
Mi s Snyder , niece of Mr. W. II.
Lawton haa returned to Omaha whore she
will probably locate permanently Miss
Snyder has accepted the position of
choistornt St. Mary's Avenue Congregn-
The DAILY Br.n is now delivered to the
inhabitants of this precinct nnd they nro
thereby made happy.
Hov. 0. Polton preached nt the school
house on Sunday laat to n largo congre
Ilcal Kstnto Transfers.
The following transfers were filed for
record in the county clerks oflico Juno 4 ,
and reported for the BEK by Amos' ' real
J. M. Wool worth and wife to Mary
Malone wd , lot 9 , block 1 , Oakhurst ,
Jessie II. McOuiro and wife to II , D.
Heed wd , lot 4 block 9 , Shull'a 2nd add. ,
Lorin Miller to the city of Omaha qcd ,
alley in block 172)1 ) " , pt 10,15 , 13 , 81.00
F. P. Fosdiho "and wife to M. Toft
wd , lot 5 , block 4 , Kountzo & Huth's
add. , $4,500.
Emma Stribling nnd husband to Sarnh
Branton trd , so ! t5 feet , lot 12 , block 1 ,
Ilorbach'n 2nd add. , § 1,000.
John J. Hedick nnd wife to Emma
Uoseimtliil.lots G nnd 7block 4 , Brighton
w d , 5.-J25.
Goo. P. Bonrn and wife to Adda Both
well , lot 1 , block P , Lowo'a 1st add , w d
A. Gregg Inghnm to A. 0. Potorman ,
lota 34 and 'J5 , block 14 , Hanacom Place ,
w d , § 3000.
Samuel E. Rogers nnd wife to Mary
Smidt B A lot 10 block 2 , Improvement ,
association , w d , $500.
August Muscat and wife to August
Bonzon and Savon G. Johnson , lot seven
block 20 , Credit Fancier , w d , $1000.
Private W. W. Jordan , ro-onlistod at
Fort Sidney , Nob. , for Light Battery A ,
2d Artillery , will proceed to Washington
Barracks , D. C. , and report for duty
with his battery.
The Quartermaster's Department will
furnish the necessary transportation , and
the Subsistence Department commutation
of rations for the journey , it being im
practicable to carry cooked rations.
Acting Assistant Surgeon Frank J.
Ivea , U. S. A. , before complying with
paragraph 1 , Special Orders No. 46 , cur
rent series from these headquarters , will
report for temporary duty to the com
manding officer Fort Omaha , Nob.
Thli powder never varies. A marvel of purcncss ,
strength and wholoeomoncss. Uoie ecoiomlcal than
ihorrdlnary klntlsandcanMotbo s > ld in competition
irlth the multitude of low test , short weight alum or
: > no phato powders. Sold only In cans ROYAL
'IAKINO POWDfcR CO.
jKTSpoclaia will Posltlvolynot bo insortad
unloRs paid in advance.
T17ANTED A girl to do general house work. Good
> V wages and a permanent place to the right per *
. Apply to Ireyfc Matter. 715-tf
TTT'ANTED-aood girl at 015 South ISth street ,
- st Paclflohoute , 10th and IX-uon-
poit Oood wages. 053 5p
WANTED Laundry girl at European Hotel , 822
South 10th street. 70S 11
WANTED-Oood girl ono that can cook. Oood
wa.'cupald. Call 1010 North 10th Street.
VS7ANTED A good .steady girl for houto work ,
V > 510 South 10th St. 708-7p
WANTED S le uian to sell city cigar trade , only
thoBowlth references as to bunlrivsi < ability
need apply. Cannon Ilros. , up stairs opposite P O ,
WANTED Two good girls for general housework
at lUstcrn Hotel , uouth 10th ctroet. 075-8p
YX7ANTKD Olrl lor goneril house\f ork. Apply at
210 south 24th street. 872 tt
\\TANTED A good barber. Oood piy guaranteed.
V > F. II TCIOLUK , North Bend , Dodge Co. Neb.
WANTED Two eiwln ? girl * and 0110 irl'l for
houMwork , at 1201 Honatd street073Op
" \\7'ANTKD Oood woman cook. Wigei 17per week
cr $30 per mouth at U. ObcritProprietor Neb.
House North I'Utto .
, Neb. 878-lCp
WANTED A good girl for a small family. Urs.
Ueo. Helmrol , 17C8 Douglas OEO-5
WANTED A good girl or woman fcr housework ,
Wagus $5 00 per w cek , at OJ9 8. Uth btreet.
T\7ANTED Olrl for general houwwork. His , H ,
8. Huil'.n , N , W. ciir Bth and Charles ttiteU ,
south Omaha. 639-1 f
\\7 ANTKD-At once , a sober oad InJuitrlom tin-
1 T ntr , Address , with rcfoionce , Chas , U DcLorg ,
Vjrmll Inn , D. T. C4S 0i |
" \lfAKTr.D-A flmt-clats cook to taVn charge Of
> > kitchen. Addre-H a P. ANDERSON.
Oll-7p Proprietor Randall House , llcatrlre , Neb.
"VAMNTKl ) C ina iliig ageots to handle a newly
Vl patented article , One toihren oin be sold In
e > try family. Call ou or addicts "Enterprise " No.
14 Crcishtun Block. 532 tl
TVANTED-aood , actlvj relddlegwl laily to do
11 clumbrr work. Wages fi.00 per we k. Apply
9UDcugasitrcet. | 12 tf
\Xr ANTEU-GIrU at SIT N. 10th tie t
\\/'ANTEU A jounxOerintn girl , on neat aud In
du < > rloua Permanent plc mid itooi
Ilia S Hoc * , douthave. and Lea\eu orth. 432-tf
AOENTa WANTED Local or Tra > elinr | * tpla
S nil icl'lnsc rii'Ulv. ' lluslnex light , agreeable
and fully Ion nod. Eirwrlenre not neoea'iry. Fam
I > I trie. R. W. MONTtU ) H , Oallin , Mich. 78-1
\VANTED-BltuMlou J by Uech nln l r.
I I'an furntth good jelcteaccs. A-ldre W. 1.1
* Mto'ay , Ked Oak. lows. 703 Op
i\7ANTED PHua'lon ai booh keeper , or assistant ,
r V or to do any kind of office work , CAR giro good
fercnce. Addreij Frank Cory , BlUr Neb , .
\rANTKD-SlttiHlon by a joun ? m n In a druz
I tore Fifteen months experience. Good
icommendatlons furnlihcd. Speaks Knsllsh and
wcdlsh. Address Frank Donctson , Ksiox Io a.
VANTKD By j-ounj lady , position as clerk ,
rr copyist or type-writer. Hilorcnccs , Addrc B
, ' Bee offlo- , 0 0 Op
By an eldcily lady , n position ai Ha-
Iron or Hou'ckecper In K school or Institution ,
hero a ictponsthlo person It required. Address
'rs ' E. Daniel * , South Bend , loss Co. , Neb.
l\rANTED A position As buyer or manager in dry
> RooJs fancy good and grocery , has hivl SO jcars
xperlcnce , lOjtarstn New Vork City. Very best
references. Security 11 required. 1lI."BcoolIicc.
"IT'ANTKD A situation by ancxpctlcrjccd Uk' rln
i city or country. Address Uus. Augbcrir , c\ta
leo office , Omaha. t09-7i |
V\/ANTED Situation as book keeper or talo'inin
i > byaniAn with experience C n give good
ccommcndatlonn. Address "P. A.'A.2ilfl Cumlnp
\7ANTKD Hoard for ccntl'inrm anil wife In pil
TT rate family. Family wthoiit chl'drcn ' prefer
ed. Address " 17" Dee ollice , stating tei ms and lo
cation. 633 tt
WANTED By a gcntl'nun , room and hoard Ina
prl nt family.VII1 pay gowl prlco for the
ilace. Address "F. 11. H. " care Bco offiol. 707-tf
\TfANTED-Alnrgo room nnd small adjoining ono ,
i T utifurnl9hodhou'o hating con\ciilncc prefer-
cd ) for gentleman and wife. Would board with
lannly. Addrcsj , giving terms , etc. , P. O. box 3C4.
\\7ANTii-For : spot canh , cottngo worth fron :
T > I2.0W ) to J5.000. Address P. O. box 020.
\\7ANTEU-Fcw pnnons to instruct In book keep.
> > In ; ; . ( Situations. ) J. B. hmlth , 1510 Dnfgla ]
lA ALTED- rent n small neil cottajtofora long
tlmu it rultably located. Address John HuclT ,
are C , F. Uusdman 032 5p
\\7ANTfcD-To rntablleh an agency for the silo ol
II my V ho Oleum Lubricating Olh In Omaha
ml vicinity. Liberal terms , large tirrltory ; good
lauc * dr an holiest , energetic man , U. d Diet
Ichs , Cleveland , Ohio , 034 a
WANTuD The public to know that Mra l.utnmii
the milliner at 010 Noitli IGth St. soils the
late t st lo ot Now York Millinery. oMS-tf
A.Mii : ) A ( 'uod furni9h d room for tuo gen
. . tlcmcn n board preferred. Addrew "S. II. '
txi ollice. lid 5p
lA'ANTED-IJoardcrs to know the St. Ch rlo Ho
> > tcl on Harniy St , t tween 12th and 13th will
it up the best table board for $4 00 per week of any
ouso In the city of a corrcspondlr" nrlco. 2SS-t (
FOE B3BT Devaea aati
1/1011 Rf T House of 5 rooms and all modern Im-
JD provements on 0th St , between Grace and
Urk Sts. 714-7p
FOR RENT Furnished front room , plcauaotlr sit
uated , 1010 California street. 603-5p
FOR RENl A pleasant lurnlihcd room for gen-
tleroeu , at 13U9 Capitol avenue. 037-10 ] >
7011 UKNT Ono furnished room B22 3. W. cirncr
IzirJauillStll Stu , 835 lOp
TT'OIl RENT Four pleasant and convenient chain
Jj Ixrs for house-keeping for man and w ifo without
Children , no boarders or roomers allowed , 318 north
.7th St. , S blocks from P. O. 042-tf
FOR KENT Ten room residence , bath , well , els
tern gas Ac. , Cans St , $55. U > c raesilon July 1st.
Elegant rcaldone * 10 rooms , furnace , hot nnd col
water , bath rooms &o. SulUblo for first claan board
'nc houte or private residence , $70 per month.
Fourteen room house now , 14lh St. near Joacs , $ EO
Four room house , Shlnn'sadd. til. BARKERS
FOR RENT Pleasant front room furnished , mit
able for gentleman , 1019 Fariiam St , OS4 Op
FOIl RNT Furnlslicd rooms with board , on fin
floor , at 815 south 10th street. 594-Op
F 10R RENT Furnhhep house 6 rooms for a fo
months. Address "II. x. D. " Bo ollico.
| XK RENT Ahousa of 0 rooms , half block from
Jj U. P depot. Inquire of U. Lee , grocer , 2d ati
* "lavonwortn Strcotu. 037-9
RENT Furnbhod room at 1717 Cogs.
TOH KKNT Homo of 4 rooms and kitchen. Ii
JD qulro 420 south 14th street A. UURl'IIY.
F OR RENT Rooms 1021 Far tarn street.
tOIl RENT Neatly furniihodroom with larfro ba
X1 window south front 1414 Chicago St. E. P. Davis
R KENT Two nloely furnished roonn at 181
, a\onport street. C23-7p
FOR KENT Largo front raom , suitable for tw
personi. Furnished or unfurnlinad , 1118 Sontl
9th strict , tecond house from S. W cor. Pierce.
FOR RENT Store with cellar , on tin alley bet
Cumlut ; and Burl. Apply within. 63Up
BiOR KENT A flrat CUBS sloro In good locality
Inquire at Kdhilm and Erlckson. 601-tf
FOR RENT rirst-clasa 0 room cottage S. T
Pitcrson , south uabt corner lith and Douglas.
F OR RIOT Furnished front roam 1724 Douglas
FOR RENT Two elegant front rooms nicely fur
ntsbcd. Connected with bath room , hot an
cold water One of the nicest location i In the city
H block from at. Mary's ave. , 520 Pleasant St.M3tf
RUNT Rooms In Nohraska Nation ! Ban
building. Host desirable ulllccs In the city
Supplied with hydraulio elevator and heated b
steam. Apply at Bank. 023 tf
170R LEASE On Ion * tirao , eight lots on Wo !
J ? Farnam 8tory elghtly. Inquire of II. O. Clark
OR RENT Furnished rooms 2227 Dodge.
[ 70R RENT Three largo houses of 8 to 22 roon
L1 caclk Desirable location , Suitable for tioardlo
house or hotel. BARKER & MAYNK. 4U7-tf
F ° cR < KCNr Lwgo furnlsncd room to grntlema
only , N. W. cor. ISth and Farnam. 435-tf
17011 RENT Cho p , one piano , one organ. A.
L1 Ho pe , 1510 Dode , St. 410 1m
FOR KI > T With board. Ono largo front parlo
handbomcly fiirnlbhcd. Also a few table lioan
crs desired , 20UU CiuaSt. S02 tl
FOIl RENT Two furnished rooms for light hous
keeping Bo mer's 1) lock corner Eth and IIuw in
F 'OR ' HINT Furnished room 22ZN.ltlb. 3511
17011 UENT-Houio 0 roomi. Innulrs cf J. I > . Ko
1 CthSt. 230 tfKo
FOIl HKNT-ln Rcdlck's block. Storeroom 12
feet dee ) ) aud good adieu room. Paulson & Co
a J Furnani , room 3 , 780-tf
BWR KENT piano. Inquire at Edholtn & Eriek
FOK KENT Store room 1509 Farvam St. , b
I'AULSCN Si CO. 409-tf
RKNT Furnished room ? on the no ith
cor , ISibandCapltolavcnuo , formerly Crtlcfitou
FOR SALK Onr-hall lot and home 4 rooms pplcu
did view , ma' St car. Price $1,200 on month
pavii. nts. Liberal reduction for c.sh. Inquire Wet
UUolUnntanaStNvliouV add , Ij block * noit
Cun ing St , 710 Op
n IAYOOc. a bale at Merrill's , lOlSHarncy ft.
FOR \LK Three ol the mo.t ueeirable lots I
Hamcom place at a bargain. DAllKEIt
T ? > OH SALE Au excellent family row , jo'mz. Ii
P quire at 208 N , 22d trcet. 70illp
S12 f- will buy a homo , buggy and harneis , a
t ) 1310 Farnam. 710 Op
TA11KKR &MAYNE AgenU for Uansoom plic
13 l"tst 61 to | 1VO cojy terms
Thornbarg place oti Hue of Belt road In W <
Omaha , lots $185 to $ : & 1 month' ) ' pa ) inents.
Bellalr , 3 | arra ot $350 etch , monthly payment
Norwood , acre lou $ to to too monthly pa ) uiei.t
H'lf-aere lots In Ilawe'a addition , uiar cauuc
era trt > t , $400 , monthly ) Uuionte.
WBLots in all parti of the rity. He t lot ard ba
term. ) tBAKKER t WAYNE'S , ltli and Karnam'
MEBGELL & KOSENWEIG ,
Practical PainMDecorators ,
CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST RETAU. STOCK OK
WALL PAPERS AND DECORATIONS
onn 1515 Eopglas Striiut.
Buffalo U. S , Standard
WE STERN AGENTS , OMAHA , NEB
R. R. SHA.
DOR MA STOCK ,
HOPPBR , WARKI10USE
PLATFORM , & COUNTER
ALWAYS IN STORE.
LARGEST STOCK IN THE , WEST.
Adopted and iu Use by the United Stales Government.
11EPAIR SHOPS Scales of all kinds repaired and sealed by U. S
USjTWrite for Estimates.
HIMEBAUGH & TAYLOR ,
1405 Douglas Street , Omaha.
FOIt SALE A second hand clothing and boot unil
shoo Btorc , and n boot tnaj shoo shop
Good reuon lor idling. Store good loruny Uislnceu.
tlclrcsj 620 louth lOttl St. CSS-Op .
[ TWU SALK By 1'aulMn * Co. , 1600 Faruam St. ,
D tocm S.
Cor. lot 139x132 , Jon nd 12tli street end 00x152
in llth. near Jones , with 0 bouse * , at $15,000 , at
tl.OCO ntll buy 1 acra \ > lth house , etublo. well and
Jttorn. All fenced , only 3 tqmres from St. Mary's
> % cnuo.
R lota In Wllcoi's addition , well located , all fenced ,
Full lot between Saundcrs and 23d street , with
double front , a largo nine room house , stable , etc.
Acry | > lcasant home , onljrone iquare north of Cum-
A special bargain , 'a iplcndld located lot , cast
'rent ' , 76x142 , only one-half sraaro from St. Uary's
avenue , and not over 8 square * from Court house ,
with cottage and stable , Call for price.
Cor. 22J and Pierce itrcets , 132x183 , with four fho
room coVtagc9coal ahcde , well and 2 cijtcrni , 90,000 ,
at cuy Urtr.s.
Lota In Wlloox's , Uedlck'e , Hunscom Place , Burr
Oak , Clark's Place , Dtnlto'a , Okalioma ad West
Omah * additions , at the lonrort prices by Pan sen &
Co , 1109 Farnam street , room 3. 717-7
OR SALK REAbaKSTATE A great bargain In
IJ 1 50 lots in Rome's Place , on St. Marj's avenue
street car line , at rery low price for 80 dajn. Apply
to Joseph If. P.eojc , 211 South lith slroot. 074-lmp
" 17011 SALK One of the b < et buetnesi opportunltlrs
X" In Nebraska. Stock of General Uorchandlee.
C ih trade2CO per day. Good reuonn for selling.
Capital required 13,000 to fS.COO. Beet of references.
AddiOM " 11. II. care lieo offlco. 077-10
SAIK House and lot 6 room house good for
FOIl kind of business at David City , Neb. Ad.
driBjM. Novak , Bcooffloa. ( US Op
'OR ' SALK Thi good will and fixtures of the
Crclghton House. Huy termi. 03S tf
FOR SALE A "Ico cottigo and full Int , half block
south of Milton Koge'81 rcsldenon , on 19th street.
Inquire of II. Lee , Grocer , 2 < d a d Leavanworth ,
TOR SALE Jersey cows , youni ? bulls and bclferi
JD Forty head largest herd. B st quillty , rnosl
noted families known. At head of herd the well
know n and the liert breed bull living. Simmy Til-
don , ihown twice at Nebraska State Filr at Omaha
Neb. , taken first prize each time. Prices 1 > w , quality
host , Addres N. LD Solomon , Spring Valley Stock
farm , ono milo west of Fair grounds Omaha Neb.
FOK SALE Six largo electric lamps at Mllltrd Ho-
til Barber Shop. OiS tf
T70R SALE OR LEASE-SIx Jmilnoos lots all } or
* part of it on south 13th St The whole will make
a \cry beautiful residence , N. W. cor. 13th and Martha ,
FOR SALE A Drst-clais , well fstablinhed Dry
Goods business , stock and lease of store , $12,000
to $16,000. Will take part trade. Address M V ,
Waters , care Bee olnco. 693-tf
FOR SALE 160 lots with map and abjtrao of
title for the town slto of Florence , Neb. The entire -
tire outfit at a bargain.
602-8 F. 8. LEWIS , Kill and Jones.
FOR HALE Special bargain. Small he and lull
lot near town , In good ship- ) , )1S50.
House 7 room * and one-half lot , ( irst-claes loca
tion , In tlno con ition2a50-9 00dowii
Ix > tH In lUiiscom plaro nnd other additions , on
monthly payments. Krst-claw property , fcasy
terms. J. W. LOUNSBUllV ,
595 tf 1514 Douglas street.
FOR SALB Very desirable rosidonoo tor smal
family , ono block otf St Miry's avenue , 10 block
from podtoflloo. I/o > tlon line , $3,504 , Euy tcrral
CR& CODIi , ISlSFanmm street CU-tla
FORS , LE-ByBarVcrA , Mayne , I3th and Far
157. Ixt < 4iHO , good 2 story house Davenport St.
between 10th and 17lh , 11.50J.
KS. Full lot Hickory fat. , neir 10th. large houeo
tl,700 , $200down balance monthlj raymwit.
HO. Lnrge house , loacoil lot Cumlng bt. Ltas <
runs 10 j cars , $1,200.
IM. Corner Dodge and S5th Fr , 7 room houto.Iargo
lltt ahado treoi A.C. , 3J.0X ) . Tcana 011. } ,
149. Now 7 room house on one of the ntcest lots
In llanscom place 3,000. Ulg discount for cash.
137. Now ft room cottage laigo barn , ulco lol
Foutli aio , $2,300 tasy tcinn.
S Ulcgant 0 room cottage , cemented collar , full
lot , cit > wnter , cistern i.o , 19th St , roar Lea > en.
worth. $3.000. Ill ; discount for cish
132. Very coiujlttc 0 room cotta < o Fain low St
near Harnoy , $3,6iX' ' , 87(0 down , balauco gooJ time.
10 } . I'lill lot , ntw house , 14x24 South Omaha ,
1,300 $160 down and } 16pcr month.
FOR SALE Agaod pa > lc | ; confeotloiiery on lOtli
ctrrct , caih. Silendld location. Addreen'A.B.
7T\ORSALE-Nc \ ily new Soda Fountain. $90,00
I1 217 N. loth street. 584 5p
FOIl SALE Soeral flno seoond-hand Ijook-caaes
Inqulroof Jno. L Webster , ovcr A. D. Jlorso'i ,
14th and Farnam staeeU. 681-tl
l:70lt : SALrt CHEAP Three Better pups , 4 months
J1 old , lobu seen on North 13th struct , No , 413.
170U SALE 200,000 hard burned brick or board
JU the earn at Omaha or Florence at loweit market
prlco Addrcsd Floicncu Brick and TileCo , , Omaha ,
llowoll fcSclnller , Aconts. IFOlm
ij-uiv SALK Two fctory frame house , 8 rooms anil
J1 hall on 081 streetnear 10th. Cash price , f l.tf 0.
I'OTiKK i. COI1H. IMS Farnam etrett. < M tt
SALE Two open teoond-nand bugflea one ]
one delivery wagon , cheap , at 1319 lUrney St.
FOR SALE A small ifoder , Bahman iCo. , tre
proof salt , alrnoot new , at this oflloo.
B10R SALE Ono Vote and Sons piano at a , bar-
gala. Inquire at Edhelm and Erlckioa's music
tore , on 16th tit. 2S9-U
TTTiOR SALE A cho'te Improved farm of 210 acres ,
_ L' well uatired , fc'oo.1 bulldiiigt , lar a orchard. EC
acres fencul , within IJuillenof uew stock jutds.ind
only b > Hes from city , at (55 CO | or icre. Alio 240
acresoc joining the ibo\e , that can be Bold In SOicr *
farms at $45and 117.(0 per aire. Term * easy. POT <
TKlttCOltll 1615Firnimilrcet. 4C4 tf
FOR8 LK-II usolSroomi , lot 7 x149. barn ,
tarn , tree * , etc. ThointU'a addition , juit oft Bt.
Jlor' ' treet r Hue frlo 3fcOO. FOTTK4 &
CO 11II , 1615 Farnim street , 436-tt
FOR SALE One pUoo , M good as now. Cbetp. I 1
tUo . , e,15191)edge. ) 4051m
Are } i ) 11 c i
OUTSIDK im : CITY
In any branch ,
On Short Notice
"ITOU SALE Cheapest house and lot In Oraaha , In
J ? 1'otter's addition , 8 soonii , neil , 300 barrel cis
tern on two loti , HO foot front by ISO feet deep , for
S2.050. POTTER & .COBD. 1516 I'arnam St. 468 tf
FOH BALK A first-cUss stock of fancy goods.
Golden opportunity for eltter lady orEentleman
Small capital , ( jooa trade cetabllshcd. Address "I.
ti. W. " Bee offloo. 9-tf
fpoil SALK At a bargain , 1200 paund work horsa
1 In good order. A. J. MANDKLL ,
325 Broadway , Council Uluffa , Iowa.
SALK C'ummg street property. Lot iu Wai-
nut Hill , KoHter's and Doinuoken's addltionti and
Wc t Cumlnar. Lots cheap and on easy terms. POT-
TEK & COB11.151B Foniam street. 429.tf
FUK SALE A t\t\r \ liouw , consisting of 5 rooms ,
closet and pantry , lso cittern ; with lot and a
bait of ground all set out with fruit trees , grape
vines , In splendid condition , only $3COO. Ono trird
cash , balinco In D JCAIS. Apply N. E. cor. 16th and
Dorcas street , south Omaha. 442 5
FOIl SU.U Cheap lots In Shlnn ' 3 2nd addition ,
Klrkwood tnd I'Uimiow. POTTEll & CODB
1616 Farnam Btroct. 423-tf
F OK SALE We offer to rincnmon and otcrs ,
700 choice Iowa llolfcrJ 2 jcars old.
70J " ' i " "
500 " Steers 2 " "
501 " 1 " "
100 1 and ? year old grade built
Our cattle are yarded , and vra Imite Ingpcctlon.
204liuStraugo Bros. , Sioux Citj , Iowa.
FOR SALE Twenty acres of the Griffon farm ,
miles from the PoitoQloe , and only two blocks
from Pratt's sub-dlvltlon. Will be sold In 2i , G or
10 aero lot * . Inquire Onaha Carpet Co. , 1511
Douglas rtreet S70 tf
17Oil SALE Farm 1 miles from city , near Union
JD Stock yards. Inquire at Urs. Ueyer , orar Roe
dor's Dniff store , 10th and ITabatar. 872-
FOR SALE Chiap , One cMtlnjr hone , buggy and
harneea. Apply room24 , Omaha national Bank
Buildinz. 2C5 tf
1 03T A light naay horse , front legs a trifle crook.
IJ ed. wind gallt ou hind Icxi. Itewara will b
paid If left at llobtte IlraB , 609 S. 10th St. 712 Op
MUSIO Lesions given on Flute. Sand [ pottat to
Jolm Hwiley , Omaha P. O. 033-llp
PCIUTC will obtain a oomplct * write up of
UL.11 I O Kaitern Oregoi , tke great sheep ,
ctttla and wheat country. AddrcsiK. O. PUB. CO. ,
Pendleton , Oregon SJO-O-nlt
/I OOD day board can be had at 117 North 14 < h St. ,
VJT between Capitol ave. and Dodge. 850-llp
FOR EXCHANGK-Stock farm of 4M acres , haa
good buildings and Improvement , tome Block and
implements , want stock of merchandise of about
110.000. Address O. Henry , Bo ollice. 612-tl
O TRAYED OK STOLEN A nhlto roan oew about
O ) cars old , short tail and about to ha\o acaU.
Ten dollars row ard wlllbepa'd ' for her return to Jim
Stcphenson's Livery stable , 10th St. Omaha. 507-tf
rpAKEN UP One stray red roan hor.o 3 ) ears old.
JL Call at A. S. Oitrom's , corner Campbell and
Iflondu , N. W. Omaha. 224 5w oew.
Science ot Life , Only $1.00.
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* ( < . A book for ovary man , young , mlddlo-agod ,
nnd old , It cocUlos 115 prexanptlOEa for all tciilo
and chionlo dlaeaaos cacbona of which U Invalusb'o '
So found by the Author , whose ozperliwoo for 23
rears ! such asprobably never before fell to the let
of any phyelcan 800 paged , bound In boautlla
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to bo a finer wor * n every ion e , moUianloal , tit *
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this country tor fS.CI , or the money will bo roluuded
la every Instanoo. Prlca only $1.00 by null , poet-
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will bcndl * JL London Lanoot ,
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n. Parker , No. 4 Buiflnch Street , Botton Mass. , who
may De consulted on oil diseases requiring skill and
sxporlencc. CoronlaandobstluatedlseA'iostbat ' have
battled the tkUI ol all other phys.jjr AI dins
specialty. Bach traUfd nuoteM-Hr.nL fully
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