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8 OMAHA DAILY BEE-MONDAY JUNE 9 , 1881.
THE DAILY BEE.
Monday Moraine ; , Juno 9i
rWNTEHS WANIEl ) .
A number of Rood printers can find utondy
employment ftt this olfico.
LOOAL BREVITIES ,
The case of Holloway , arrested for bur
plarr , has boon Investigated by the grand jury
und they have found no case against him and
ho has been discharged.
The Musical Union orchoUra will have a
grand railroad oxcurIon and picnic at U. 1' .
park , nlntoan mlles from Omaha on Juno
29th. They will hayo n ajwclal train , which
will leave at 8:20 a. m. anJ return at C p. tn.
Mown. JulltH Meyer and G.H.Haarman
have gone to ; Mncolnto-day M delegates of the
Concordla singing society , to orransro the next
Sangerfest which will take place at Lincoln In
Juno , 18fl5.
The board of managers of the Omaha
Snort non'a club Uiohl a mwtlng Saturday
and elected tlio following delegates to the state
bo hold at 1'latts-
convention of sportsmen , to -
mouth , on the 10th , llth , 12th and 13th of this
month : Judge Lake , It. N. Wlthnoll , W.
Preston , Dr. J. II. Peabody and P. J. Me-
Mr. Jf. J. Foonan , the marhlo worker of
this city , has juit finished a beautiful baptis
mal fount for Grace KpUcopal church , Colum
bus. Chilled upon the face of the front Is
this Inscription : "Of blessed memory the
Kt. Jtov. K. II. Clarkson , 1) . D. , MJ. I ) . ,
first bishop of Nebraska entered into rest
JIarch 10th , 1881.
Some of the whlntloa on th ) U. P. yard
engines , particularly the summit mogul , nro
holy torrnts , and the throttle pullers seem to
delight in blowing them for all they are
worth. They fill thi valley with soul stirring
Bcioainn which make the houses shiver and
tlio people cork their oarj. A two-minute
blast is followed by two short and sharp
toots that would make an ocean fog-horn dlo
of onvy. IjVmr short Units is now the recog
nized signal for the girls living adjacent to
the trade , and every time the signal is gi\on ,
buxom chunk * of animated calico grace ( the
door-otops or windows and flirt with the on-
glno men. Draw It mildly , boys , or Tan BEK
will giro It away.
STATE OAZETTKEK & BUS
INESS DiueoroiiY to bo issued in July ,
18b4 , price $4 50. J. M. WOLFE , pub
bor 120 S. Uth St. . Omaha.
' Kmollo Schaffor , Norfolk , Is at the Metro
K. Ijandamann , of Hutton , is at the Metro-
K. Frank , of Falls City , Is registered at the
J. Curloy and wlfo , of Chicago , are at tlio
Ctco. It. Smith and wife , of Fremont , are
at the Metropolitan.
Fred P. Boy don , of Grand Island , is rcgls
torod at the Metropolitan.
' W. H. Perry and wlfo , of Fort Worth ,
Texas , are guests of the Metropolitan ,
, Ueo. Talbot and 0. J. Cockrcll and wife
of Sedalla , Mo , , are stopping at the Motropol
A farmer who was passing the Summit on
his way homo on Wednesday evening was
"hold up" by two men who sprang from bo1
tween the cars on a sidetrack. Although ho
carried a revolver in his hand they were too
qnlck and robbed him of hla watch and about
530 in cash ,
Tbo buyer for Urunobaum Bros , atarti for
Kuropo in a few daya to make personal se
lection of goods for the coming fall and winter
trade. Wo are also informed of & great clear
Ing out enlo which the above linn announci
for Monday , Juno Oth , to make room for th1
A. T , Konyon , for six years past heat
clerk In the wholesale and retail book store ol
John L. Caulfiold , thin city , loft yesterday
for a trip throughout the oast. Mr. Konyon
has earned his vacation by close attention tc
business , aud will bo absent about a mouth.
Ilonl KHtato Translm-H.
The following transfers wore filed for
record in the county clerks odico Juno 0
and reported for the UKK by Amos' real
Sarah J. Welsh and husband to Annie
E. Howoll. lot 23 , block S , Hanacon
PJuco , wd. $1,000.
llunry Bnlln and wife to John II
Eick , lot 10 , Tuttlo'a aub-cliv. wd.
Jos. Barker to J. 0. Wilcox , lot 13
block 22 , Wilcox'a 2nd add. qcd. $1.00.
J. 0 Wilcox and wife to M. J. Morri
son , lot 12 , block 22 , Wilcoi'a 2nd add.
David N. Miller , "sheriff" to A ioa M.
McShano , n i of no i BUG 28 , 110 , r 10 ,
Frank Sovoriu and wife to J. Vibiral
wd , n & , lot 34 , block 0 , Kouutza'a 3rd
add. , $320.
Eliza Allison and husband to J , M.
Wilson wd , w A of n 3 , lot 11 , block ,
Kountzo and Iluth'a add. , $1,000.
V J Clark ot al to Elias Hartford wd ,
pt , lots 1 and 3 in aw no BOO 10 , t 15 , r
10 , $1,000.
J Van Camp ot al to M'Mortinson wd ,
o 52 foot , block M , Shinii'a Second add. ,
Saturday little Prank Elliott , BOH
of M. J. Elliott , the Sixteenth street
confectioner , waa playing uoar the track
of the C. , M. , St. P. & U , road , when ho
found what to him was a great curiosity ,
It waa a little round iron thing and was
Domething that ho had never aeon
before. Ho procured a stick
ana began to pound it when all at once
the thing , which proved to bo a torpedo ,
exploded. Frank's face was badly
burned and his eyes are in a porcarious
condition. Ho ia under u doctor's care
and ia aufleriug great poin. It waa caro-
leasneaaon the part of the railroad em
ployee in leaving n torpedo thus exposed
and. Mr. Elliott says he will try to hole
the company responsible for the damage
done his child.
Wo wish to cxpreea our thanka to the
editors of The Republican , Herald and
BISB for Bonding the daily papers to ou
rooms , and to ? 11 who have given us ait
u the past , w $ arn very gratuful.
Mim. ELLENA U. HAWKS ,
202 South Twenty-fourth St.
They Assemble anil Hold an Enthusi
astic Meeting ,
AKccptlon to 1)0 Tendered Ilio Nelv
rniska DolcKrulon nt tlio JBoyd.
At tlio republican ratification mooting ,
hold on the corner of Thirteenth and
Douglas slrcnU , Saturdixy evening , bo-
, ! vooii two and three thousand wcro pro-
sent. A platform had boon built for the
spo.ikora , which was beautifully sot oil"
by fcfltoona of Chinese lanterns. Previous
o the mooting there vras n grand display
of fireworks , which continued at broken
ntorvals through the speaking. The
U. P. band nddod to the success of the
evening by furnishing the music for the
The mooting was called to order by G.
M. Hitchcock , who , after atatihg ti > those
irosont that lion. J. 0. Oowin would bo
ho principal speaker of the evening and
addresses would also bo made by Judge
Neville , I. S. Hatcall , J. L. Webster.
0. K. Goutant called for three cheers for
JInino and Logan and was mot by a
After making a brief speech Mr. Hitch
cock was followed by Postmaster Goutant.
Col. Smythc , II D. Kstabrook and E. M.
3artlctt , each of whom npolco in great
iraiso of the wisdom of the Chicago con
tention and prophesied the overwhelm-
rig defeat of democracy at tbo polls in
November. Mr. Cowm then addressed
ho mooting as follows :
MR. UOWIN'H ADDUKSS.
Mr. 1'rosldont and follow citizens H Beams
o mo tlmt at the present wo nro living again
u Bomo of the grandest liletory of tlio ropub-
icaii party of the past. It noomi to mo that
with tlio ontliURiasin that ia domonatrntod
lore to.nlirlit , wo eco again before us the
rrnud nchlovomonts of the grand man that wo
lave nominated to bo the ntamlnrd bearer of
ho republican party. I have but a word
0 say at this mooting , and that In simply to
dd my volco to the ratifications of tlio nomi
nations of the Chicago convention , ntul no
nan , bo ho republican or bo ho democrat , bo
10 frroonbackor , bo ho black or whlto ; ho they
nou or bo they women for many woman are
> otter than man BO far as that Is concerned
none of thorn can help but fcol proud of tlio
non selected at Chicago , as candidates on
.ho ropuclican ticket. James G , Blaine In
a man that will not call the blush of nhamo to
ho face of any living American , no matter of
what nationality ho may bo. [ Vociferous
ihoorlng. ] I am glad to ondoroo .Tamos ( jr.
ilalno for the reason that ho is a roprosonta-
Ivo of young and old America , and a epecl-
non , of noble manhood. A specimen , gentleman -
man , of what n man may make of himself
when ho properly oxorctaos hU own judgment ,
ils own ability OH glvon htm by bin ( toil , and
10 Is a worthy example to bo followed by all
roung man of this country. I wish nlso to
atlfy this nomination of Blaine and Logan
'or another reason , and that is this : Politics
mvo boon run too much In the direction of
thoBO who have , on all important issues , kept
quiet. So that when an available man Is pro-
Hontod , It is atonco asked : "IItut ho said any
thing on tills issue or that , and if ho has not
commit ted himself by saying or dolxg anything ,
10 IH nominated. Novorslnco.Tamos O , Blaine
rvus eighteen years of nco has there been an
mpoitant political issue but that ho has taken
irm and detormlnod tldoas and has exorcised
lib own power in the direction of what ho
thought was rlpht , no matter what this man or
that man might think. I want to reuse up
tholatoat enthusiasm ot the pcoplo of this
country , I want a man ( or president that can
do something more than go through the
routine of nlguing certificates of appointments.
1 wunta man that , If a citizen of the United
Staten lx > on tlio plains of Siberia , or it may
lie In the deserts , on the shores of any country
ho will know that tin ro IB a president at the
head of the nation that will protect him. I
want a president at the head of the United
States , and I bellovo wo will get such an one ,
that will make the rtars and stripes
as significant and potent < n the shore ofIreland |
as they are right hero in the city of Omaha.
[ Applause. ] 1 want a man that has some In
terest in tlio nation outside of tbo routine
duty of that office , and such a man I believe
James G. DIalnn. We have next a man , if
not his superior , If not his equal , a man well
worthy of being placed first on the ticket if it
won necessary , but we have him an second. Ho
Is a man that has stood by the government lu
the hours of ito trial , the pot , the champion
of the soldier Interest * of this country. With
out making a prediction , I know this , that
James G. Blaine and John A. JLogan nro
worthy representative American citizens and
I have no doubt that with Mio hold thov have
on hearts of the American people , their elec
tion will bo triumphant and It will take ROUIO-
thlng more thaa a corpse to boat them. [ Loud
Mr. Cowin was followed by Messrs.
Burke and Brockonridgo.
Tho' mooting was enthusiastic from beginning
ginning to end and every speaker was
frequently long and loudly applauded.
A resolution was introduced by Mr.
Kstubrookntid adopted thutacominitteo bo
appointed to meet the Nebraska delega
tion ou its arrival and welcome it back to
Omaha ; und that a reception bo tendered
them this evening at Boyd'u opera houso.
Tim chiiir appointed Messrs. Etta-
brook , Iluscall , Hull , Goutaut , Bochol ,
liehm and Yost as tlio committee on ro-
coptitm. Tlio meeting then adjourned.
The lady clerks in the telephone oQico
era considerably frightened Sat. morn-
ng. Some men wore at work on the
oof of the building and by their jarring
oosonod the plaster und it foil , a largo
ioco of it stricking 0110 of the operators
lits Swobe , upon the head. She was
lot seriously hurt but was BO badly
rightened as to have a alight attaok of
lyeturics. Thin frightened the other
adii's , who wore positively certain that
ho building hud buon struck with light-
A Hiunll Flro.
About flftoon minutes past 8 Saturday
naming an alarm of iiro was sent in ,
caused by a profusion of smoke in 0. S.
Higgins saloon. The department re
sponded promptly and after arriving at
the place it was sometime before the Iiro
could bo femnd. It was finally discover
ed in the partition in the roar of the
range and was speedily extinguished ,
This is the second time that lire has boot.
> ooaeionod in the sumo way. Now the
ath and plaster will ba turn from the
wall aud the raugo sot back against the
At tlio Oonirri'Katlonal Church ,
Miss Ella MoUrido , the olooutiouist ,
who has recently como to this city , and a
group of favorite musical artists enter
tained a largo audionoo at the First Con.
gregational church Friday evening , Miss
MoUrido scored a decided auccens chow ,
ing that she is potaessod of true dramatic
instinct and fire , a voice capable of ex-
prossirg the different emotions , a com , .
manditig Hlago and much -
presence , per
sonal niagnotism , Shu avoids the errors
int > which many profession * ! readers fall
nud invcata familiar lines with now force
and beauty. This was nota
bly true of her rendering
of "Aux Italions. " The scone fr" "
"Medea" had the loiter scone fru. . .
"Macbeth" fulfilled the most exacting
requirements , while the pathos and
humor ot other numbers wore as artis
tically given as could jiavo boon asked ,
As regards the musical part of the on-
lortnlntnont , it was delightful in the ex
treme. Mr. Mayer's ' organ solo , the reappearance -
appearance of the old favorite Mr. Ilccd ,
Mr. Northrop's song. Miss Calderwood's
songs , one of which was encored , and the
church choir and nice Club quartettes
proved , as had been anticipated , rare
It is a dead certainty that a few moro
houjo-movorft are wanted in Omaha.
There ia but ono firm in the city which
attends to the business and the consequence
is that they continually have moro than
they can attend to. This accounts for
the number of buildings which are stand
ing in the streets in various parta of the
city. Ono in particular , stood at the corner
nor of Sixteenth and Douglas atroota for
moro than five weeks. There was BO
much said about it that it was moved up
Sixteenth to Harnoy street , where it has
atood for three wooka. It ia now lime
that it u moved on to whore it ia intend
ed to go or else act on fire ana burned
down , aa it ia an intolerable nuisance
in its present condition. The house
movorB are not alone to blame in this
matter , but the city authorities for allow
lowing such things.
DISAGREEABLE NEIGHBORS ,
Bitter FcoIliiK AgalnRt Certain Prom
inent Men fur HumlnR Their
to tlio Soiled
Doves ol the Uity.
Omaha , Juno 7 , 1884.
Editor Omaha Boo :
The hitherto qulot and tranquil loca
tion of South Jackaon street , ia fast los
ing its original facination aa a place of
residence. The fresh , fragrant and bal
my air of that choice location is fast being -
ing polutod , poisoned and tarnished , by
the foul breath and intolerable presence
of prostitutes , with their divoa and dona
of iniquity , under the disguise of "Boom
to Rent , " "Laundry , " "Dreas-making , "
itc. The principal oourco of thia nui
sance of late ia faat centering on that
part of Jackson , between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth atroota. In thi.i article we
will not mention the names of the in-
iatoa or the ownora of the property.
Wo doom their prcaenco an outrage up-
> n our citizenship , a scandal to the local-
ty and a direct insult to our morals and
oligion. It ia cortuinly humiliating to
IB who pay high taxes and high ronta in
ho heart of a city of thia mapnitudo to
tavo to remain within our doors or be
orced to the painful necessity of sitting
n our porch on front or beside n score
f foul breathed , and , at times , half nak
d prostitutes. Wo , the law adiding cit-
zona of this locality call upon the ofiicers
if the law for a redress of our grievances.
OITIZKNS OF JACKSON ST.
Ask your Jmpgist tor Keddlng'a Russia
lalvo. Keep it in. the huuso lu civso of acci-
lents. rrlce 25c.
Oarda have boon issued announcing the
iftioth anniversary of the marriage of
-Ir. - and Mrs. R. D. Poironnot , at their
lomo on South Eleventh atroot , on Wod-
loaday evening , Juno 11 , 1884. The
: ouplo are to bo congratulated upon the
happy outcome of their married life , for
, fory few couploa there are who are ao
eng spared to comfort and assist each
In police court Saturday Mike Ber
ry waa fined $5 , and coats for being
Goo. Leona , for striking a woman and
.or little baby , waa hold pending an in-
Friday night Lilly Wooda , a proatituto
hat lives ut Norria' on Twelfth street ,
gave "Broncho Kate" a alap in the face
'or interfering in affairs which did not in
any way concern her. Lilly waa arrested
and hold for trial and saya aho will have
'Bronco" ' arrcatsd for stealing.
John Nua , arrcated for vagrancy , waa
The State University.
J. T Mallaliou , of Kearney , ono of
ho regents of the university , passed
.hrough . Omaha yesterday on his way to
lincoln. Wliilo there ho will attend the
mooting of the board on Wednesday
which v ill iaauo diplomas to thia year's
graduates from the university and elect
professors to the acata now vacant in the
acuity. The chairs to ho filled are those
of Agriculture and Horticulture , and
Natural Science , both of which have
boon made vacant by resignations of
Profosaora Thompson and Aughey. The
regents have been considering , of late ,
the feasibility of adding two now chairs
to the faculty these of Votrinary Surg
ery and technical arta. Mr. Mai u-
'ieu saya it ia the fooling of the board
o continue for the coming year the old
irdnr of things and no changes will bo
nindo unlusj for good cause.
BELIEVED OF HIS ROLL ,
A. YOUIIK Stan In lloblicd of $17 In
Money and Ills AVatch ,
Last o von ing about 10 o'clock n young
man who works iu Frederick's hat store
but whoso name could not bo Inarnod
: amo running down to the Farnam street
ollloor saying ho thought ho had killed a
man. On inquiry it waa learned ho waa
on hiaway up St. Mary's avenue and
when between Twenty-first and Twenty-
second streets ho was mot by a stranger
who ordered him to deliver over his
money and valuables. The young man
handed nut ? 17 in money and hia watch.
The robber then started down town when
tint boy nulled his pistol and I'red ' it at
the ni-n-ating hit'hw yman. Uo was
ht-ard to cry out "Oh , " and leaving St
fiUiy's started up Twenty first streel
uhuro ho wus lost night of in the dark ,
non. The boy immediately came dowr
towu and related his story to Oflicci
liuokloy who started to the scene of UK
I robbery. After searching BOIUO tlmu tin
I watch was found whuro the wounded IDRI
llh | d dropped it but all trace of him wai
SUNDAY PASTIMES ,
TJto German Tlicatre , nncl tlio I'lo
nlcs nt Hnscnll's Park.
THE HERMAN THEATRE.
Last evening , owing to the threatening
appearance of the weather , the perform
ances at the German theatre were held in
the Winter hall. Two plays were pre
sented , namely , "A woman's crime. "
and "Through the key hole. " The first
piece was of n molo-dramatic character
and was very favorably received. Miss
K. Spohn , who has now become quite a
favorite among frequenters of the Gor
man theatre , sustained the role of
Matholdo , the guilty wife , admirably and
was several time recalled. Mr. Molchin ,
who personated Dumont , the banker , was
excellent and little Miss Minnie Brandt
as Joanne was immense. Mr. Nieman ,
in the character of Alvarez , manifested
considerable ability , and the over-popu
lar Miss Pula-Ahl was vocifcroualy ap
plauded for her rendition of Madame
The aftor-pieco , "Through a Keyhole , "
proved to bo very amusing and enter
taining farco. Ma. Molchin made a
highly commendable Dr. Horn ; and the
Amalio of Mrs. Puls-Ahl was above the
average. Mr. Nioiimnn made the moat
of the part allotted to him that of
Duoringsfold , and Mrs. Niemann as
Gliso created a very favorable imprcs
sion. The Kruemel of Mr. Schmidtholf
ia worthy of praise ; and Mr. Puls in the
personification of a servant of a comical
turn excited the risibility of the
THK DANISH 1'ICNIC.
The society known as the Danish
Brotherhood gave n grand picnic yesterday
day in Hnskell's ' park. There was a largo
attendance of Danish residents of this
city , and a good time was passed general
by all present in dancing , racing aud
other sports. The Union Pacific band
waa present und enlivened the aflair with
aomo stirring strains. The following
gentlemen composed the very cflicicnt
committee on arrangements : Chris Han
son , Thno. Olson , H. Jesson , Gharlio
Helm , A. Gram , II. Larson , E. Peterson ,
0. Lohn , P. Smith , T. Noilaon and P.
TUB TIITJKSTON HOSE CO.
The boys of the Thurston Hoao Co.
had a big time yesterday at Haacall's
park. There is no question but that their
pic-nic was ono of the greatest successes
in every way , which was no doubt largely
attributable to the favorablenesa of the
weather ana also to the fact that when
the boys of the fire department under
take anything , whether it bo the ex
tinguishing of a fire or the celebration * of
a pic-nic , they are bound to succeed.
There was an innumerable variety of
amusements of all kinds , amongst which
foot racing played the moat prominent
part. The musical union orchestra
furnished thn music and torpichorean
exorcises were enjoyed by all present ,
This picnic proved eminently successful
and much credit is duo to the energetic
gentlemen composing the committee on
arrangements , which comprised the fol
lowing : Jerome Pontzol , chairman , P.
M. Duffy , H , . P. Kennedy , Jacok Galli-
gan , Pf" Wfcodbbac , Jack Roach , Doc
Malcom and William Coots.
The J. M. T's. on Wednesday start for
Dea Moines , Iowa , to attend the state
fireman's tournament , where they wil
compote ia the free-for-all for the
beautiful prize , a $500 cart.
O'RKGAN In Omaha , on Sunday , June 8
1881 , to Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. O'ltegiu , a son
the second baby , and the second boy.
The increasing list of friends and acqualn t-
ances in Omaha of Mr. and Mrs. O'liegan , am
their legion of friends in Iowa , will bogratifiei
to learn that Mrs O'Kogau passed the ordea
bravely , that she is now beyond the danger
point , and that the little stranger ia happy
healthy and , of course , handsome. Ai a
little girl had been calculated on , and , in fact
the name selected , the doting parents ate
somewhat at a loss for a title to the little fol
low. Elaine , 1'arnoll and others have boon
suggested , but up to the time of going to press
the important and all-absorbing question Juu
not been definitely settled.
The StarBlinl'a Mandate.
On Saturday evening Marshal Guthrie
iasuod an order to roundsman Tom
lluano to go with several ofiicers to the
theatre comiquo and soach all persona
there for concealed weapons. In obcdi
once to the order lluano , with aovora
other oflicors proceeded to the place carl ;
in the evening. They examined all who
were thnro and found one man carrying
a loaded revolver. Ho vrns taken to the
city jail where the proper charge wa
lodged against him.
SMOKE Seal of North Carolina Tobacco.
Murderous Asaaultat Lincoln ,
Special Dispatch to THE BEE.
LINCOLN , Neb. , Juno 7. Col. Peter Kar
borg/cdltorof The Auiicporwag nssau'tod ' 01
the ntrcot.1 this morning by W. W. Carder
ono of the original founders of th
old Commonwealth newspaper , and was
thrown down a itairway. Colonel Karberg
had his leg fractured anil was otherwise in
jurod. The feeling is strong against Carder
us the assault is said to have boon wlthou
Thli powder never \arlci. A uur\cl uf jiurenea
ttr iiitli | and u hole tiuienen. Mo e rcur oiuioul tin
lliui rdlnsry Und , avdcaiiiotbv i Id In coui | litl
ttltll thu mult.tudu of low Utt , thoit weljjht aluut i
plio phat | wdem. Kald ouly III caus , HuYA
lUlONU rOWDfcll CO.
A SliontinR Mntcli.
A big shooting match ia on the tnpu.
.n Omaha man named Mills hits chrtl-
engcd our T. W. Green to shoot for $500
stdo 50 live birds , CO glasi balls nnd
3 clay pigeons , 31 yfatds rise , English
ulcs. Mr. Orcon will accept the chnl *
oiigo , and the shoot will take place in
within the next sixty days , pro-
[ ding the preliminaries can bo sntiafact-
tily arranged. Mills says ho will cover
II outside bets , and aa our boya have
rent confidence in Green , aomo lively
and lota of fun may bo expected.
will rosltlvolynot bo Innortod
nleas paid in advance ,
iTONF.Y Iioancd on chattel mortRncc , by 0 B.
VI Woo Hey , room iO.Omaha National Hank.
rONKY Loaned on chattel property by 8 T
L Pctcrscn 16th and Douglas. 172-lm
fONEY TO LOAN In uua of $300 and upwards at
1 low rales on first class real estate security
382-tf POTTER & COllB
M OSEY U\NED-On ctnttcl proberty by J d
V , 213 wvith 14th struct. 776.1m
1O IA AN ihelunost ifctts of lutoreot
M1 B mla' Tx > au Agonnr , 16th ft Doui-la ! B4-tf
MTONEY TO LOAN In sums of 1300. and upward
VI O , F , Davln and Oo. , Real Estate and tjoat
Benin. IBOE Farnam St 8)S-tf
WANTED-OIrl firgcner l hcuscwork. Apply at
210 south 24'h uticct. 072 7p
- dlflhwaehur and tccnnd cook at
Danbaum's restaurant , 1614 Dodge Street.
W ANTED A Rlrl tut general liouiouork at201D
; Capitol avenue 733-lOp
( \7 ANTnD Flst-clwscook ( woman ) and man to
T > take euro of horse' , ( man and wlfo preferred ) .
Call at 012 Douglaj street 714 tf
l"\7"ANTIU > - Good t cnman and accountant do'Ircg
V > sltintlon In real istato or Insurance otnco. Can
urnlsh references. Aildresa "W. A " Bee otllco.
WANTED-Two or three ( food strong glrli to wash
dishes at 1'axton Hotel. Apply at onco.
[ TITANTED General Btato ARcnt who can pet and
V work cinvassers for new hook. Flrpt class In
icry respect to sell on subscription. Address ' ! ) .
"Omaha , lice , 767-llp
WANTED-Good imart boy. Apply at D. J.
A reliable and actu o man to represent
a first civs portrait hou e , taklm ; orders a"d
tlclhcnnR ork In Omsha to the right party. Big
Commission ill b paid. Addrtwa Ohlcazi I'ortralt
Co. , 68 , Uetropollt. n Block , Chicago. 723 lOp
WATEH A good kitchen girl. Best wag a at
1408 Pier St. North Onuhx 723-7p
W ANTED -Girl for general house work at
Jackson St. 731-
I ANTED A nr t-clas barber , 115 a week nt the
Paxton Hotel B rbcr Shop. 7 7-7p
Pl/ANTbD A girl to do general house work. Good
VI wtgci and a permanent place to the right per-
on. Apply to Irey& Hotter. 716-tf
WANTED-Qood girl at 616 South 18th street ,
"ANTED Laundry girl at European Hotel , 62Z
Mouth 10th street. 708 11
"ANTEDOood girl ono that can cook. Good
W wajcs paid. Call 1610 North 10th Street.
"WANTED A good steady girl for house work ,
VV 5) ) 6 South 10th St. 706-7p
A good barber. Good pay guaranteed ,
V. B. TEIQLEH , North Bend , Dodge Co. Neb.
WANTED Good woman cook. Wages $7per week
or $10 per mouth at SI , Obentl'ropmtnr Neb.
llousw , North MtttoNob , 678-lOp
WANTED Qlrl for general housework. JIis II. .
S Smith , N. W. cnr 8th arid Charles streets ,
south Omaha. 839-tf
A flrst-clais cook to taVa charge Of
kitchen. AddrO'B S. P. ANDERSON ,
641-7p Proprietor Randall House. Beatrice , Neb
WANTED Camaaslng agents to handle a newly
patented article. Onetithroe c n be sold In
o\cry farnlly. Call on or addtess "Enterprise " No.
14 CrciKhtun Block. 533-tf
"YTtTANTED A } oungOormjin girl , one n eat and In
VV dustrlous. Permanent place and eood wages.
Mrs. S. Hots , douthave. and bcavenworth. 432-tt
AGENTS WANTED-Local or Traveling. Stapli
( roods sel'lngrapidly. ' Businoes light , agreeable
an I cosily learned. Experience not necessary. Sam
pie free. R. W. MONTROsS , Qallen , Mich. 76-
WANTRD Situation a * natchnun by an cxper
Icnced man. Adrcss M. W. D " Bou office.
"I ITANTED Situation as watch > an by an oxpcr-
VV lencod man. Addresj M. D. " Bee olllco. 746-101
WANTED Situation by book-keeper , good refer
en co. Also by 20 workmen , AJJrrjw " 0. C.
\V7ANTED-A situation In on oflico bv a man who
li has 1m 1 irooi experience aa book-keeper Ad
dress "H , " ! 3' ' Bco olllce. 733-9p
) S'tuatlon as coachman by a stoidy
ami tr nty ruau. Addroaa "W , " Boo olllco.
rA > TED Situation as book keeper or falo nun
i by a man with experience , C'iri irlve goui
recominondatlons. Address "P. A A. " 2 Ifl Cumin ;
> -ltui'lon asbooli Kcoi > er. or a
or to do an ) kind ol otllre W4 > tk , ctn giro gooi
reference. Adilioss Frank Cory , B fcir Neb , .
\\rANTED Situitioii byoung man In druj ,
TI etoro 1'iftcen munths ixpcrlcnco Gooi
rccomnicndatlons furnl-hod. Speaks Kn 'lhh am
SAtdlih. Address Frauk Donelaon , Essex Io va.
\X7ANTED-lly an elderly lady , it position ap Ma
11 tron or Hou'ekocper In a school or institution
wheru a ivspoiiijlulo peraw Is lequlrnd. Addies
Mm E. tianiclJ , South Bend , < aw Co. , Neb.
WANTED A eltuitlnn by anenperloi ml liak. r I
city or country. Address Una. Augiurtr , cir
Bee olllco , Omaha. tU9 7p
n/ANTED Good furnlthcd room within reasmii
bio dl t > mo of II. P. headnuarti'rs , at mo < ) crat
price. Addrojs " 0. N. I ) " Bee otllLO. 737-tl
WANTKD To borrow at 8 | > or cc-nt , for 6 year *
$6OCOunder iiii < rlgagoonuidnc < imbcrodclty rca
idoi co property. Address "A , T , F. " Bee ollloe.
1717ANTEDFor a man f good bu lno * iiu'lfla | '
IT tlom anil k'oij s'a dm ? , a ptwlilun In xtouk
> ardd , or other olllce or capacity , w-oio a unnd rojili
penma'i and kcoo tint li ruiiulruJ , Applv E t
8nithe , Itedlck'a Block. 78J up
\\7ANTED-llnard In iirnato family by a ) tin
nun. Addio j"Wv. J O. ' lieu ollke. 7 4 1 |
(7ANTED Home ono to adopt a boy bab > one
jrarold. tiiiulru | at the poor firm 7 ' - lip
V\7ANTKI-loar I for ireiitKman i.J wlfit In prl
ft Mtolaml'y ' Family without chldren prefer
red. Addicus ' 17" 11 e Ullce , vtatlni ; to uu and Io
callon. OD3 tf
" \\MNTKI > Uy a tCNtl mm , room and board In a
'T pthat * family. Will p y 1501 d prlco for th
place. Addrc - "F 1J. 8. " care Doe otlloj. 707-tf
W ANTKU-Few p rmnt to Initruct In book keep
( Situation ! . ) J , u. smith , 1610 I ) , \ > K\t \
XfANTKI ) To < Ubli h an acency fur tbo Bile c
' in * V ho Oleum Lubriotiinr Oil * in On ah
ard tlclulry , Llbera ternn. Urge Unltorj ; KOIH !
hi'io * f-r an houe t , cu rietlo m u. U. i IM t
rlchiiCle\tUinl _ , Ohio _
X\rANTH-1he ) pur.Ho to know that lift I.uimul
y tlia milliner at RIO N'oith 10th bt. M-lls thu
lateit t | r o N York Millinery. B 8 tf
\\7ANlEl ) Iluar tera to know the Bt. ( Inrlen llu
. . , " ! ' llarilt < * t , b-tAtuu Uth anil 18th , !
t up thn itM , table htuiid for J * Oo per w cok of any
linuno In the clt ) of a u > rri pnndli < iirlce , Z s tf
t'Oh SUIIT atunbu rtua Lotrf
FOR RKNT-Slom and bawmcnt , Uth and C'apl.
tel nuiuc. 740 0i |
J"/iu . IU..M u n ) vt uln < , alarKi' . cxwl room ,
'nuitablefortwiifrlrudi , with board , 322 H. Ittih
etrctt , corner of llurney , 7S3p
- - " " < t
MEEGELL & KOSENWEIG ,
OUTSIDI : THI : CITY
Pfactical PainterstDecorators In any branch ,
, On Short Notice
CAnilY THE LAHOEST AND FINESTIlETAir , STOCK OP HOUSE ,
WALL PAPEKS AW DECORATIONS AND FRESCO /
ORE PAINTING , J
1515 Eonglas StrfiRf. DECORATING
I poll RENT Kurnlshcil rooms 2201 Douglas
KENT-New home , 8 room1107 Da\enport
ttrcet. Inquire at 1213 IHicninrtfct , 753-7p
| 7\0l \ ! IlENT-DosUftblo front room furnlihed or
JL'unlurnhncil , with board , In vrlvnto ffimilj.ncw
csldcnco with modern contcnicnrcs T < rnnieA9on-
Me , 635 1 Irnsant street , one-half block to St.
! nrj'sa\cnuo street cars. "Ctt-llp
rpo RENT Nlco roomi , 658 S. 20th St.
plOltllKNT Front room furnished 1823 Karnum
JU ot *
FOll KENT Two nicely furnished loom * 514 N.
16th fit. , near Uass St. 719 9 , ,
1,1011 HKNT HoufO of 6 rooms and 11 inodcin Im-
1 l > ro\ouicnts on 20th St. , between Gnvrn and
JUrk 818. 714 7p
FOIltlENl Ajilcasant lurnl < hcd room f f gen-
tlomeu , at 13UU Capitol avenue. OS7.Op |
KFNT Ono furnished room 022 S. W. o rner
IzanlauillSth St . 685 lOp
TTlOll RENT Four jilcasint and convenient chain *
J' ben for house-keeping for man and wife without
children , no boarders or roomers allowed , 319 north
Till St. , 3 blocks from 1' . U. 012-tf
FOR KENT Ten room residence , bath , well , cis
tern gas .Vc. , Cius St , S55. l'(8ts'lon July 1st.
Megatt residcncn 10 room" , furnace , hot and cold
water , bath rooms & ; . Suitable for flrst'Clais board-
na houe or pihato midcnco , (70 per month ,
Fourteen room houto nciv , 14th SU near JonesJO
> cr month.
Four room house , Shlnn'a add. 211. BARKER &
1IAYNE , 13th and Fama-3. Os7-tf
HENT Furnl hep house 6 rooms for a few
manth1) . Address "II. \ . U. " Hoc olHcc.
011 HKNT A hous uf d rooms , half block from
-L1 V. r depot. Imiulro r t [ . Leo , grocer , 22(1 a > d
Jcavonwortn Streets. 637-9
HENT-Furnl hcd room at 1717 Cass.
HKNT Uonco of 4 rooms and kltrlion. In
< | Ulro 420 south 14th street. A. HU1U HY.
IlENT-ItooroB 1621 Farcam street.
[ 7IOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms at 1814
I1 Dion port street. 623-7p
FOR RENT Store with cellar , on the alley bet
Curolng and Hurt. Apply within. B3t-7p
F IORHEN'l A llrst class store In good locality.
Inquire at Kdholm and Erlckson. C01-tf
, iOH RENT First-class 0 room cottage S. T.
F L Peterson , south cast corner 16th and Douglas.
F 1011 RENr Furnished front roem 1724 Douglas.
, iOR KENT Two elegant front rooms nicely fur
F i ulsbcd. Connected with bath room , hot and
cold water One of the nicest locations In the city ,
li block from St. Mary's avo. , 520 Pleasant St.
KENT Rooms In Nebraska Natloral Bank
Foil . Most desirable i.nicts In the city.
Supplied ulth hvdraulie clovator and heated by
steam. Apply at Bank. 626 tf
rOR KENT Furnished rooms 2227 Dodge.439lm
, RENT Three large houses of 8 to 22 rooms
each. Desirable location. Suitable for boarding
house or hotel. BARKER & MAYNK. 4G7-tf
rOR RENT L rgo Jurnlsned room to gentleman
only , N. W. cor. 18tb and Farnam. 435-tf
Foil RENT Choip , ono piano , ono organ. A.
Hoape , 1619 Dodge St. 4101m
| 7\ORRENT Two furnished rooms for light house-
JL1 keeping Beemcr's B lock corner Sth and Howard.
II RBNT-Furnlshed room 822 N. 1Kb.
RENT Houro 0 rooms. Inquire cf J. F. Boo
FOR St. 230 tf
RENT In ilodick's black. Storeroom 120
feet doon and good office room. Paulson & Co. ,
6 ) Farnam , room 3 , 766-tf
RENT piano. Inquire atEdholmit Erlck-
OR RENT Store room 1509 Farnam St. , by
F PAUL3EN&CO. 403-tf
RKNT Furnished rooms on the no ithwe
FOR . IBthand Capitol aveauo , formerly Cralgnloo
8A > E Full lot with good 4-room house , Nel
FOll ' addition , near Cuming street. Monthly pay
irontB for $1,700. llARKEtt & MAVNE , 13th and
Fan am. 747-12
SALE At low Dgurea and eay terms , rcul
FOR rty , most dotlrablo In tne city at the
prlco. First and second No's east of 20th on Mason
ktrcet. 749 lOp
will buy ahorse , buggy and harnius , at
S125 1316 Farnam. 765-7p
SALE Attlo thriving town ot Blue Hill ,
FOR A stock of dry ga ji > and groceries. Also
store room for rent , 21 60 , good opportunity for a
man contemplating going Into business. Apply ono
ii nor cast of CiU liael , r adJmb"K. K. " 1 * . O. box
43 Blue Hi-1 , Neb 722-12p
H AY ODo. a bale at Mcrilll's , lOlSHarncy Ct ,
T7 OR SALK Three of the moat ueslraMo lots li
I1 IlaiitLUiu plaro at a bargain. BAllKER .t
HAf.KAn eiotllcnt family row , young. Inquire -
quire at Wi N. 2'Jdttrcet. TOi-llp
BA11KFK &MAYNB Agcrjtf for Hanacom plao
| ots $ 60 t' > 4l,6tOeasy terms
ahurnburg p < ace nr , line of Belt road In Witt
Omana. lots * | S5 to iJftl n unthly paynunts.
Bellalr , Vi arro ot S 'CO VAC h. monthly payment *
Norwood , aero Inu ? 4U to ? OU monthlypajuionts
II > lf-acro lots In Halo's ail Itlon , near raund-
ers strict , $9 0 , n unthly paimeatu.
I ota In all i arta of thu i iiy I'cst lot i ar d b e
terms at'BAhKtlt & MAYNl"ri , 13th and Farnam1
IJ OR SALK lly Paulson i. Co. , 1600 Farnam Bt.
' ro in 3.
Cor. lot 13SxlS ? , Jones and 12th street find 60x1)12 )
> n Uth near Jones , with G bouses , at 316,000 , at
JJ.OiO will buy 1 aero ulth house , stable , will and
dttern. All fenced , only 3 tiuarus | Irani St. llary'B
8 1 its In Wllcox'a addition , ell located , all fenced
Full lot between Saumlers and 23il street , with
limit lu front , a largo nlnu room house , stable , etc.
Airy i Icasant hoiro , onlyono simareiiorthof Cum
A uptclal bargain , a rplcndld located lot , CAB
driit , 76 Hunij onc-linil tv laro fronSt Mary't
avi line , and not oicrS wiuarcs from Court houto
nltlicbttajuand | stablr , full rir pr'cv '
Cor 2iland Pierce ticols , 13UIB3 , with four five
room collages , coal theds , will and t cisterns , 50,000
at ci y trmi
Lots In VUlcai'a Ileillck'a , llanscom Place , Burr
Oak , CUrk'u Pluce , IMil-e'a , Okahouia a d Wo > '
Oinahi aildltlciis at t'e ) lowoit prices by l' Ubenfc (
Co , 1(09 r > rn > m strict , r oriS. 717-7
l ll.t8ALh-llFJVI.3rSTATi-A . great birgaln In
I1 Miot-lin Ho.bB'a PUcv , on Bt Mary'i atenuu
btrctt car line , t vtry low price fi r so daj t. Applv
to Jutvph M. iloeie , 211 South Uth Btroet. 674-lmp
FOR BALV : Ono of the b t bunlneaf opportunities
In Nebranka. Stock of Uenoial McrchandUo.
'Vhtiado SJPO perdty. tioml r i nn * for Belling ,
Cat Ital ri nulro.l . $3,1 , CO d IR , ( 00. Iktt of reference * .
Adaiam " 11. H. curt Deoottlce. 677.10
FOll HA ! I ! Homo mil lot room house treed for
ny Und ol bu.hn-n at Da > ld Cit ) , Mb Ad.
driKi M. Novuli , Iloo otlloo. 03.1 Op
I7\nu 8ALV Tilt gornl will and fixture ! of the
1 Cre'tC'ton ' Homo. Eisy terms. 63-3 tf
ITU R SALE A nice o tt go and full I t , half block
I1 tmuthif SIT tot. llogu'u' nsidci.cH , en lOtn ttroet.
Inijuirnol M Leo , liroctr , t ! d aulLeaieLWorth ,
11011 < ALE -Jer fy OO F , yi uni ; bulls and bcllors
F rt } head lattt'it bird Best quality , most
noted fainill knon. At head of herd the t ul
km wn and tbu hot biceu lull living. UtiumyT. ) .
den , ( how n t leu at Nebraska St-alo F Irat Omaha
Nib , , UVcn lint pilid cadi time. 1'rl iwl w , iiuallty
be.U AdJiiDiA , I II Solouiun , Sprluit Valley Stuck
farm , one uillo west of Fair gruund4 Ountia Neb
ITtOll SALK OR LEA JK-SIx b i.Iao. * lnU alllor
J1 ) * rt ol It n i > uth 19th St. 'Ilio whole will mak
ft very bcvitllul resUUuco , N , Vf , cor. DthondMartha ,
IpOH SALE Spcdal bargafn Small fcomo and full
lot near town , In good thtro , Jl,6&0.
Houso7 rooms ar l one-half lot , first-class Icca-
Ion , In flno com ltloi > , f 2,0. ' > 0- $ ; 0 dottn.
I/li In llanscom pace nnd olhcr addition" , on
monthly pavmcnts. First-clars property. rj r
erms. ' J. W. I.OUNSBUllY ,
6fl5 tf 1614 Douglas street
TMJIt SAI.K Very cliiirM > Ii > reiidenco lor mM
J family , ono bioclc oft St M try's Mcnue , 10 block
rom po < tolleo ! Ijocition line , $3,60 } , Kftsy term )
'OTTEII& conn. 16lf > l'\umai street. 62t.tl <
I poll SALE Ily Barter & Wajnc , 13th and Far-
167 , Lot 44x15 , K-ooil a etor > house Darenport St
between 10th and 17th , * l,60 ' .
168. Full lot Hickory St. , near 10th , largo fiouxj
11,700 , $ 200 dott n balance rnonthlv I a ) men t ,
150. Largo house , leased lot Cuming fit , Lease
unslO ) car8SloO.
161. Corner Dodge and 25th St , "room houselarge
Itt shade trees J.C , $3,000. Terms tiny ,
141) . Now 7 room house on ono ot the nicest lota
n llanscom place JOUO. n\g \ discount for cash.
137. Now 6 room cottage largo barn , nlco lot
South ate , $2,300 caty toinn.
3 Elegant 0 room cottage , cemented cellar , full U
ot , city water , cistern Aa , 10th St , noir lca > en
worth. $3 000. llljt discount for cith
132. Very rompleti 0 room cottage Fain low St.
mar Hartley , $3,600 , $710 down , balance good time.
16 ] , Kill ) lot , new house , 14x24 South Omahar
' ,300 3160 down and $16 per month.
833 tf MARKER & SIAYNE.
FOR SALE Several fine second-hand book-eases.
Imiulroof Jno. I , Webster , over A. D. Jlorso's ,
I4th and Farnam sticcts. 631-tf
IpOR SALE A nr8t-cla s , well established Dry
' OOGL'S business , stock and l a ot store , $12,0tl )
to $16,000. AVill take part trade. Addrcts M V.
aters. care lice ulnco. 601-tf
FOR SALE 200,000 hard burned brick or boart5 * ' "
the cars at Omaha or Florence- lowott market
price. Address Florence Brick and TiloCo. , Omaha.
llowell JtSchallcr , Agerts. r 1601m
7MU SALE iwo story frame housu , a rooms and
. ' hall on Ctn street , nctr ICtli. Cash price , $4nco.
I'OTTKU & CODIl 1515 Farnam street. 420 tf
FOH SALE Two open nccond-nanii bugglea and
ono delivery wagon , cheap , at 1319 Uarnoy St.
FOR SALE A mimll Moslor , Bahman &Co. , Cta
proof salt , almost new , at this office. tt
TT10R SALE One Yoea and Sons piano at a bar-
X1 gain. Inquire at Edholrn and Krlckaon's music
store , on 10th bt. 239-tf
FOR SALE A choice Improv od fanu of 240 acres ,
well watered , good buildings , largo orchard SO
acres fcnood , within IS miles of now stock } ardsand
only 5 u lies from city , at 355 CO for aero. Also 240
acres od Joining the above , that can bo Bold In SO aero
farms at $45andl7 SO per acre. Terms easy. POT
TER &CUBB , 1615 Farnam street. 4Mtf f
TT'OR ' SALE House 6 room' , lot 76x143 , barn , els-
X1 tern , trees , etc. Thoruell a addition , just off St.
llnrv's street car lino. Frlco $3,800. POTTE1&
COBD , 1515 Farnam street , 405-tf
I7IO11 SALE Ono plauo. aa good 03 new. Cheap ,
C at Itoape , 1619 Dodge. 401) 1m
TT'Olt SALE Cheapest house and lot In Omaha , In
JD Potter's addition , 8 seems , well , 300 barrel cis
tern on two lots , 110 feet front by 130 feet deep , for
12,050. POTTER & 0 BB. 1516 Farnam St. 460 tf
FOll SALE A flret-clias stock of fanoy eoods.
Golden opportunity for either lady orcentleman
Small capital , gcou trade cstablisQed. Address "I.
L W. " Boo office. 449 tf
FOll HALE At a bargain , 1200 pound work hone
In good order. A. J. MANDELL ,
424tf 325 Broadway , Countil Bluffs , Iowa.
FOR SALK Cummg street property. Lot In Wal
nut Hill , Kostor'g and Donncckon's addition * and
West Cumin ? . Lots cheap and on easy terms. POT-
TEll k COBB , 1615 Farnam street. 420.U
FOR SALE Cheap lota In Shlnn'a 2nd addition
Klrkwood and Phlnvlew. POTTER b COBB
1615 Famam street. 428-tf
10R SALE We ofler to ranchmen and oters ,
700 choice Ion Uelfers 2 jcars old.
700 " " " 1 " "
500 " Steers 2 " "
601 " " 1 " "
100 L and ? year old grade bulls
Our cattle are yarded , and wo Invlto Inspection.
204lmStrange Bros , , Sioux City , Iowa.
FOll SALE Twenty acres of the Griffon farm , ely
miles from thePostotttco , and cnly two f blocksV.
from Pratt's eub-dlvlelou. Will be sold In 21 , 6 or V
10 acre lota. Inquire Omaha et Co. , 1611 * X "
Douglas trect 270 tf
FOR SALE Farm 8 miles from city , near Union
Stock yards. Inquire at Mrs. Meyer , ovar Roe
dcr'e Drug store , 16th and Webster. 872-
FOR SALE Cheap , flno driving horse , buggy and
harness. Apply room24 , Omaha National Bank
Biilldlng. 216 tf
STRAYED Tuesday , June 3d , 2 ponies , one steel
gray and one sorrel horse. Suitable toward wuV *
be git en If rolurned or Infornution brought to FrciJ. j
Drexcl , South 10th street. 768 tf
T OSTtSuuday afternoon at llanscom Park
JL/ neck chain and cross. Finder will be rewarded
by leavirg-at Do n Ilouscj 013 Farnam St. 760tf
1OST On Thursday , coming between Po't office
J and.Paxtcn Hotel , a buncb of kra. Finder will
plcaso return to Paxton Hotel , and be rewarded
M USIO Lessens glvon on flute. Send fjioftal to
John Hanlov , Omaha P O ODS-llp
rOOD day board can be hid at 117 North Uth St. ,
VJT between Capitol ave and Dodge. 850-llp
FOR EXCHANGE Stock farm of 40 acres , has
good bulldlmrs aodlmpiovernent , some block and
Implements , want stock' of merchandise of about
ill .000. Address C. Henry , Bo. Ullco. 61 Mf
OTR VKD CUl 5TOLEN-A white roan cow about
O i earn old , short tall and about to hi\o a calf.
Ten dollars row ard will ho pa'd for her n turn to Jim
Stephenson's Livery stable , ICth St. ( maho. 607 tf
npAKEN UP Ono stray red roan horpo 3 j oars old.
_ L Call at A S. Optrom'a , corner Campbell and
Hlondo , N. W Oinahi. 24 6w oow.
The Pioneer and Still Ahead ,
Fast superseding the target old fruhbnad utoies
and rn(0i | It ha the nlmplcst and nnt ellicloiik
bto\e burneis In the world , and with new linprov * .
incir tlin eujfleat tni jwra'o Absolutely date with
Its pat nt rtscrvolr , now In USD the second season
without a ilrgln acc-ident.
for Catalogue , Price L'st , Etc ,
HUMj VAl'OH STOVE CO. ,
CLEVELAND , O.
HJB. HUDSON ,
For B siness ,
MADE 70 MEASURE AND IlEADV-JIADK.