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THE OMAHA DAILY BBE. ifHUESDAY. JUNE 5. 1890.
SPEGIRL NOTICES.
OMAHA.
\"o ntlvcrtlBOinontn will lo fnken for
Ilioso ooliinniH nftnr llSiao p. m.
H Cnult In ndvniioo.
Advcrtldptnpnti undrr this head 10 centu per
line forthn fltut Insertion , 7eenMforcaclmub-
irnurtit liiMprtlnn , anilH.M porlltici pcrmonth.
Ko ndvcrtlseincnts taken for loss than 23 ccnti
for flr t Insertion. They mutt run eonsccu-
lively and mimtlio paid In ADVANCK. All
jadvert scmcnts must lie handed In before 12:30 :
o'cloek p. m. , and under -lrcumstanceiwlll
they be tnkpn or discontinued by telephone.
, Turtles advertising In thcsn columns and
fiavlni ! their nrunnn addrcstpd In caroof TUB
BEE will plcniionhk for a cheek topnablo them
to Ket their letters , ns nnn will bo delivered
ezcenton prcspntatlon of eheck. All aimwon
Jo nilvertlsenieuts ahould bo enclosed In onvo-
All' advertisements In thesn columns nro
published In both rnornlnff and evening cdl-
tlonn of TUB IlKK , the elreulatlon of which aft-
grcKntPH moro than W.'W papers dully , and
elves Iho nihertlnern thn benefit , not only of
thoelty elrculatloaof TUP. IJr.r. . but also of
Council muffs , Lincoln and othnr cities and
towns throughout this section of the country.
"KRANCH OFFic'Es1 !
Advertising for them columns will bo taken
on the above conditions , at the following bus-
nois \ OIIHCS who am aiithorl/od to taku special
ontk'CK , at the aamo ratei as can bo had ut the
xr.alu o lil no.
i < ) SIAU\ "
lofTwttjty.sl.ith and N streets , Nebraska
avlnpH bank building.
JOHN AV.IIKLI * l'harmaclstfcMSouth Tenth
Btreot.
OIIASEftEDDV , Stationers and Printers ,
11J , Houth ICth Btroet.
_ _ _ _
SII. KAUNSWOUTII. I'liani uclat , 2115 ,
Cum Ing street.
WJ. HUGHES , Pharmacist , North
K.ttifitreot.
GEO. W I'AUH , I'liarmaciat , 17W i.cavou-
worth Strcot.
TTUanKS'l'IIAUMAOV. I4th. and Fnrnam
SITUATIONS \VANTI31) .
IJOTI'ION wanted by a lady stenographer
anil Upewilter , nxporlenpo In oopylng. etc.
Btalo Bilges and a < ldiess Hello Calhoun. Kau
nas Clly. Mo. , general delivery. TBJ-ft *
\VANTKI > - MAiaJ I HUM' .
j i I KIiood carpenters at 1'ark avo. ,
1 between Shirley st and Crolghlon ave ,
"Others need not apply. " It. K. J. 8US-5 >
W A.N'J'l'D Men to travel for our Canadian
nil 11 series , btcinixl Wellington , Madison.VH
737
WANTED-WOmcn for Utah and Nevada ;
wages 15 to Jj.vi per day. Albright's Labor
Agency. 1120 Kiirnam. ail
ACKNTS-JTOotiMlloiiBOdnys1 time , jr 0.00
profit In 1 weeks or no nay. Add. , with
Htamp : Jarvls & Company , Kaclne , Wls.
0,8
AHOY eapiiblo to take care of two horses
and buggy , besides to make himself gener-
allj meful. Apply ut52-JS Uth st. , drug htoie.
"l\/ANTKI-rnTTliKO : ttlimners. $12 anil JIH ;
wood \\oiker. S10 : bhu-Ksmltli ; 4 seotlon
men ; in.in and wife on farm ; e\peileiiccd man
to dnvo a crnrter. H | IUR > OS , $ .Bj farm hand ,
Mrs. U vgiilll''iH. ! ' ir.th. . M5-l
WAN rr.U A good , strong. Industrious bny
toork around Htoie. Itniulre l.Vi.1 I-.u- -
iiain hi. 7i'i-3 )
WANTII WM men for new rrllroad work In
D.iUota und Wyoming. Oood Mages ,
Bteady work and free faro. Allbrlght's labor
ugeiii' > I I'M IV.umm st. Pi'U
WANTED { Men ut St. Louis to sliovel dry
cliiy. wagns fl.OO per day. Apply to Hy-
flraulle 1'iess Dilck Co. , King's Highway and
I'aeiflr Koud. 7WJ 5
WANTIID A ihorough stenogiahor | ; good
salary to competent man. Address by
letter , siiling ago , expeilenee , reference and
saliiiy e\pi'i-ted. Thu Aimour-Cudahv I'ack-
Ing Co. , South Omaha , 777-3
SMAJjfj lob pi fining olllco In this city for
salts. Material all new , and books will show
olllco doing line business on light expense. No
bonus. Illg discount for cash or can De had
on easy tin ins. Address O "U lleo. 7UO-7 *
. man to ( ako an olllco and icp-
V > resunt a n.uiiufacturer ; J50 per week ;
Amill : eailtal | leijulred. Addicsx , v\llhstump ,
iyluuufuutiiier , box 70 , West Acton , Mass ,
770-7 *
WANTED Salesmen at 175 per month sal
ary and expenses to sell a line of silver-
plated win e , watches , ete. , by sample only ;
lioiso and team furnished free , wrllo at once
for full particulars and sample ease of poods
frcc. , btaudard bllvernaio Co. , Boston , Mass.
Als'TED Energetic men and women fora
conteol business paylngica weekly pioflt
easier than ? < < 0 monthly otherwise ; experience
unnecessary ; permanent position and exclu
sive teiittory assuiod ; t.1 Dimples fioo ; Inves-
th jtoour money-making business. Address
wlthHtami ) . Meiilll Manufacturing Co. . It 03 ,
Ohli.iu.0. 111. 8 < Ulvii : *
\VANTKI > I
GlICIi for general housework , 21 3 Harnoy.
770-S *
\\r ANTKD A ( list-class cook atSO.I : Cum-
V\ inr n. 7tO-G *
German girl in family of four.
1S18 Webster st. 700-4 *
ODD gill for gcneiul housework In small
I family , lnO.1 Chicago. 787 4 *
"IXT'AMTD I o\ponencou dining room glrla
V T at the Wlndbor hotel. L'47
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WANTED Tin eo experienced Uiuing room
gh l.s at the llarkor hotel.
Tttli-Oood girl for general houso-
rn. Apply at llOlU'arnam Bt. 8uO-l > *
GlKLtor general housuwork. Inquire of J
J.v. Ilklnson , CIS PuMon blk. 128
" \rOUNH lady , at Omaha commercial college ,
JL wants a place In pilvate family to wink for
' Calloraddiess by postal. bO.1 4 *
WA"NTED-rirst-elass waist and skirt
mukeis at 2401 ! Cirpltol ave. 75.1-1 *
* \\rAM'ED , Liuly typewriter and stenog-
laphot. AddiossUar , lleo. 70.1-1 *
xTANTElWCompetent cook , Swedlsh.vvhero
T T M girl Is kept. Apply at ouco , lft l S. ; > 0th
_ _
"l/V / / ANTii : > Immediately competent M-eond
TT Kill- Wages WM | H > r week. Apply M. T.
Vabi leU'H , 21th and TOM *
" MASTEE A llrst class cook nud luilndiess
M ( IilshorOoimun ) for family of two. Ap
ply at once at2IOU Douglas. 741 I *
'lAT'ANTED 1st and 2d girls In nrlvnto fuml-
TT iy ; best of wages paid. 721S ifith Ht. . cor
tier ot Leavouworth st Mis. J , L. Hiandols. ;
177
missMAKi.\r : .
, \OI.MiNTbtoloiress : making In fuml-
Ikhbollulted. Jllss bliudy , 525 a. 2.1th avo.
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HKA McGlnnls' Irossmaklng par'ors Its
Capitol ave. 1 mo and teach the Kre ich
tailor system. 1001 Ik
2 _ KOlt iUOXT IIUUHKS.
/Dlt UNTCiroom cottage. No , 2ill8 1'arnam
JL1 st. IminlroT. J. Kogurs.Uth aud FanKimsta
758 7
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Ir.Olt &ALE-Cottage , fi moms , bcsldo hath
room and water olosiit. basement , laundry
mid coal stalls , lUIli HI. , between bt. Mary's
nve. unil.Leuvimwurth. Will sell at a buigulii
liofom I rlday , JuueU. Imiutre at U17H. lUth
bt. aflcrlo'clook p. m. 745 *
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KENT-Soven-room eottuge on Daveii-
portstieet Just west of High school. Kent
. ' . ' ! PIT month n ml eight-room house with all
muioni eouvenlonuos , Thlity- llrnt and Cass.
ItentJIO per month llreiiuan ft Co. , Chamlier
Of Cnmmeioe
KENrT-lwoiling. ) U rooms , btablo , and
. nil ruiulivmentx for a ( list-class homo ;
riouth front ; 2-.W8 Capitol avenue ; rental very
] ow. liuiultu at lull rarnamst. U3J
ti-KOt)5i ) Tlai"vvTtirHteam heat , lUth m. near
Ojouia. Thumas 1 * . Hall , Ull Paxton blook.
Ml
SmOK UKNT Kesldences In all parts of city.
JL1 List too largo to publish. Ulobu l.oau.t
Trust con.pany , JOT S. liJth st. 671
TiTolt KENT-AlMut Jimu 1 , those elegant
JL1 stone residences on Georgia nve. , fl.20th st.
bet , Mason and Paeltlu sis. bee owner for long
tlmo leiio. ; 11. II , llondorsou , room 400 , Pii.x-
ton blit. 674
MiN-HUl.M ) boarding-house near poslolllco
JL- lent * 10 : furniture eost UX ) , will iiiko MOO ,
ITS cash Unlanco uiontlily. Also ll-nxim brick
fjourdliu ; houao , S blouUs went of postollice , full
of roomeit and boarders ; rent ruiiBonable ;
furnlturo In UHO 1H iMOinhs. costt7uO ; will tuko
ISO , Iliiocaili , balanoe monthly. Co-Operative
l.aiid A. Lot Co. , 2U5 N. Ifith sf 772-5
TYJODEnN houip , nlno rooms , bath , hot und
cold vrator.furiiHcuuiiil Ran , on Doilcost. ,
flO per mouth. Fred J. Itorthwick , 213 S ? 14th.
t.72
f pit Jtlr N i' A Hut of II moms. Pnqulro of
'
" Uuggau.UWd. 13tli , roomft. .5TJ
T710H HUNT-House , 10 rooms , nil modern
J Improvements ! largo yard , tl" per month.
Commission to ngcnU , Dcxtor li. Thomas.
W7
Tl" YOU wish to rent n house or store " > o II ,
E. Cole. Continental block. M5
TilOK KENT rt-room house , all conveniences.
JL1 Cnllll. N. 17th ( it. 7IW
TTOn KENT-10-rootn brick niotl-
- - IIOUM % with -
JL1 eni conveniences , No. 811 H.'Olh at. Apply
tttNa VT S. 20th st. 675
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/-tOTTAOB of 'I rooms In renr of 1213 Chicago
y t. , near l.lth , city wnh'nW. _ CJ76 *
T7WK HENT--2 nmprnvScd lii Ick houses , east
frontBon Georgia ave. , just north of Loav-
enworth st , U rooms , bath. furnace , sewer con
nections , nil conveniences ; will rent to re
sponsible parlies for t.VJ. M. A. Upton Co. ,
IMh and I'limum. 740
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"IJ1OK UENT-Two of tlio nut-it rcsldoncoflats
JL' on South 10th street , with nil modern con
veniences. hot mid cold \\iitpr. oloso to Brown-
pl ) hall. I'lrst class surroundings , Apply to
Uhas. Kauftniinn , KKK Douglasst _ ! * > >
Tf Oil IuN"r-NIco8-roonTeoltn'je : , two Moors ,
JL' nil modern Improvements , cornur 21th nnu
Chicago. Inquire at 1'CT ) I'limam st. 771-4
lliblt KENT--ltcaUllfuI residence , oust front ,
JL' burn , nil minium Improvements ; Georgia
avo. Klch'd 0. Patterson , N. V. Llfo bldg.
801-10
71OH KENT-fl and S n > om houses. Innulro
L1 J. r. llarton , 2010 Capitol ave. 700-10 *
TtoiTUlFNT-A IIve-ronm house , 20J < ) Charles
L1 st. Inu.ulrout20l4 Charles st. 7CO 7 *
FOK IinNT-IO-room house , 200.1 Hurt st.
8-rooin house. 711 North .Dili Ht.
r -room house , HIT North 20lh st.
n-nioni house. 151" North "Ith st.
ri-rnoni Hut. all conveniences'JI19 Kuriinm it.
I'otter & George Co. . 10th anil rarnuin MIR.
FINE resldenco. modern improvements , 2IOS
Ht. Mury's ave. . W5 per month , liujulio nt
premises or at A. llellcr'H , 1114 Karnam. 150
l7iOANT : hotrso In choicest part of city.
south front , overlooking nigh school
grounds , fourteen looms , bath , laundry.steam
heat , li.ini and oarrlnito house , etc. . eli1. ; will
ho vacant Juno 1st. Thos. I1. Hall , .111 Paxton
blook. f''l
FOU ur.NT--0 rooms und barn , 1109 P. IDtlt Ht.
I'rlco ? JO. 71.1-S *
FOK KENT 2 now houses , 5 and 7 rooms.
Poppleton pule , eloso to motor. UtintllS
mid 15. City water. Stringer -fc Penny.
Douglas block , Ifith and Dodge. 782 ,
FOR KENT About.Iuno7 , 8-room house T.d !
and Ctnnlng sts. JX > per month. O. I ,
Harrison. Ull N. Y. Life. 489
T710K KENT At ISIt Capllol avenue , a nine.
JLA room house , Including bathroom , nil In good
repair. Inqulie at 513 N. V. Llfo b'ld'g. W. G.
Dunne. 7015
" \rOtJKoppoitunltytosecurntho lease and
JL furniture of ono of tlio finest homes In
Omaha , furniture nil new , locution near high
school , rent low. Will take half its value ; JJ
cash , bill , time. Address , 13411 , lice , 211
HOUSES , stores and flats ; all new , E. A.
I o ivenvvorth. room 14 , Darker blk. b.sOjii :
FOK KENT 2 new Id-room houses with all
conveniences , most deslr iblo location. En
quire ut N.W. Cor. 21st and bt. Mai j 's ave.
T71OK KENT Very nleo7-room houses ; special
JL1 teims made. Apply to I'lctcher lining.
Ambler Pluce. 21M
"TT\OK \ KENT Nice C-room cottage , 2x'nd and
L1 California , ? jij jior month. A 0. Wal-eiey ,
fXKN. Y. LJfo building. B7S
TflOK KENT 5 loom house , coed repair , nice
JL1 yard , cistern water , rent f i. Apply to 14UO
South 7th uv c. or to Jno. W. Hell , druggist10th _
txT iOOMs ;
T > OOM3 , with board If doslicd , 1008 Cap. av o.
It 71H10'
"OOOM facing south and board , suitable for
Lit wo , homneomfoits assuicd , easy walk to
business center , 1U1U Dodge st. ' 7U25 *
T710K KENT Two nicely furnished looms for
JL1 light housekeeping. Modem conveniences.
120 ! ) N. 17tli st. 781-0 *
"IjlOK KENT A pleasant furnished room ,
JL1 modern conveniences. 2212 I'uriiam.
753-5
TT10K KENT Pleasant furnished rooms at No
JL1 511 So. 10th St. , Hat A. Her blk. 707 12 *
furnished rooms single or en suite.
All modern con > enlences. l. N l. > th.
7W-5 *
1HUKNISHED rooms , light houseK 'plng ,
JJ fluatat. Mary's avo. 4V1-0 *
IHOlt KENT Now furnished rooms In New
Terrace , with or without board , at leason-
able rales. 2128 Hainoy st. . ' 'W
EOll KENT Furnished rooms. 1000 Douglas ,
570
IflOH KENT Nleely furnished loom , all
1 modei n conveniences , a blocks from 1' . O. ,
KI8 a 17th st. 577
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FOH KENT Several nicely furnished looms
single und double. Apply 1810 Chicago st.
TT1OK KENT I'urnlshed rooms ; gas , bath and
JL' Hleam ; 1 > I ! ) Howaid. 578
ST. OLA1H European hotel , corner lilth and
Dodge. Sjieclal tales by weokor month. & 70
ITTTDrA SA NT" furnished fi im fTooiu. A 1 f coTT-
\ enlciiUL'H. 1KXH Kainam. Third floor.
4'-7-7 *
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MKS. Churchill has two very dosli able rooms
with boaid. walking distance from busl-
ness center. 411 N tilth Bt. 6M-1 *
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N ICELY furnished front looms with alcove
to let. Inquire ! M St. Mary's avotuio.
NCOOL
COOL , pleasant rooms , 313W N. inth. flat "J. "
] : i7.-J Z\ \ "
T71OH KENT A largo front room , furnished ,
X' In ono of the llnest residences In the city ,
TCI S. IDth st. , corner Leavenworth. HI I
IjlOK KENT ! ) furnished looms for houso-
1- keeping to man and wife. No children.
Kent , taken In Inlaid , ail ) N. 17th. ftiO 7 *
'
OOMS furnished with boaid , 2105 Douglas
WU-7 *
FOUltHXT-ltOOMS UNKUUXISllKD
OKOOMS for small funiues , COS N.lllth.
t ) 711. ! 10 *
" 171OK KENT I unfurnished rooms to family
JL' without children ; modem lmpio\emenls ,
1701 Webster st. 1'ilco * l.r > . f > M )
171OK KENT Two or thivo laigo rooms , fiont
JU and back pallor. IT''U Capital ave. SIU
4UNl'MIKNTsHEDrooms , all eouveiileiiL-es ,
O.CIS. 171H u\e , bet. Jaoksou & Leavenuoith.
fM 4 *
O VLK hardwate store 10J1 Howuid st.
T.I3
TTM UKMSHED rooms for housekeeping at
U greatly reduced prices. Cheapest lent In
the city. Hulls Koutlug Agency , 218 S 1Mb st.
21U-J10 *
; slvNiToKF7oKs'
2\riOe
r5-liow windows , steam heat fuinlshed. Thos
1' . Hall , 311 PilMon block. 5SI
TTHK ) KENT-Th 4-story brick building , with
ior without power , foimeily occupied bylho
lleo Publishing Co. , f.10 I'arnam nt. The build
ing has a llrepioof cement basementcomplete
steam heating IIMuie.s , wnturon all thu Hums ,
gas , etc. Apply at the olllce of The llee. 015.
F I OK KENT-ritoro 018 S. 10th st.
003
O 1'TIOES \Tlt1ma1I \ block. ir.th and Hariicy
_ /stroot , 8d per month and upward ; all m ou
urn Improvements. Call and sou them.
1)51 ) J5 |
KOU KKXT ?
171OK KENT WohavoOl abresadjoining lion-
JL' son and M aeies adjoining our Highland
park addition that wo will rent for season of
hU ) at u reasonable price. Omaha Heal Estate
und Trust Co. . 220 S. 17th , Ueo b'ld'g. ( WJ
FOirii3N'J.1 PASTU iTHI
\\rANTED-Horses to pasture nt fJ.W ) a
TT month on farm near Irvlugton ; hoises
culled for and delivered. W. K. Human , Koom
0 , Irenier block , 6S.1
AGKNOV.
EJ. 1KEY , rental ugcnt , 200 N.Y. Life.
700
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T71OK KENT Houses tu all partsof city. The
JL' Q. F. Davis company. 1S05 Karnam at. 631
MOKTON'S rental agency , BIT Puxton block.
685
_
E , COLi ; rental agent , Continental blk.
. BB
Koom mate by young man , In a
T T nicely furnished room In doilrublu part
( if thu cltv ; references exchanged , E. M.iiad-
dla , 1512 Howard t. 7U1-4 *
_
MAIIA Ke.il Estate und Trust Co. has re-
uioved to 220 S. J7th kt , , lleo building , and
am prepared to muku loans , rent houses , exc-
uutu iiuiu'M and do everything iiertatuuig to a
i " .stato bublnuii. 7ud
Q IvOPOMHighest prices paid for ladles'
r5 and Rontlemen'seast-olTelothliis , shoes ,
Ac. Send notice to OlflH South lotlt St.
MAIIA. May.llst , ISTho copartnership
horutoforoevlstliig under the 11 rm nnmoof
Carpenter & lloddanl Is this day , by mutual
asreement , dls ) lvcd. The grocery business
will be continued at the old stand , B18 8 , l h ,
hyl ) . L. Carpenter , who will collect and pay
all accounts. ' I ) . L. Carpenter ,
W. A. Goddard.
J 3 d 1 t
OUX8 UKI'AIKS 13TO.
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nmT umbrellas covered and re-
J- paired , II , llulor , 1519 Douglas ; basemcnti
r > so
rpIN WOKIf , roofing , guttering , ppoutlnz.
JL good work low price * . Savage , 101H (
TTMIIKELLAS rotialrcd , lavTn mowers sharp-
U rni'd , key lltllng and locksnilthlng at
llollln'.s gun Hhop , HU N. 1Mb st , 2C < J Jll )
PASSAGE and magnetic treatment , II111 Pa-
Lclllc. half block from motor line. SlO-b *
MISS U. KOltSTEi : . midwife and M. I ) , for
children and femalu diseases , l4ilSaunders :
st. . In .second . - . - *
TOST A ladles' pin. Gold enameled with
J small diamond In center , lluturn toi"d7 !
1'arnam and get reward. i'07-0
"IJ1OITND Two red Irish setters , owners can
J-1 have same by paying for thH ml and prov-
I m ; property. Address J , S. . room 41' Hamgo
bile. 600-4 *
171 N.C'MNOMAN , o\eliHlvo pension attor-
Ji/.ney / , Klu.t''l. I'ron/er block , Omaha ; also
Cincinnati il Washington , btauip forulrcular.
STOIC AC K.
rpUAOKAOr. storage at lowest lates , W. M.
a. Dushmaii , Ull I.eavenworth. fxS3
COLD stoiagc. David Cole , 815-817 Howard.
_ 'J37
QTOUAOU-llranch & Co. , 1211 Howard.
UlSNlTricn storage , separate comtmrt-
ments. SI3-H17 Howaid. " )7
rpUACKAOK btoiage , David Cole , 813-917
JLllowaid. 237
liOAHDING.
VAY " board , 1713 Dodge st.
771-5'
AVANTKIJ TO UUi.
W ANTED Good cninmniolnl pauer. Ne-
luaska Mortgage Loan Co. , 51'J l'a\ton blk.
WANTED A wall map rack. Omaha Itcal
rslaloandTiuatCo. , 2JJ S. 17th St. , lice
building. 71.7
vv 7ANTED Oood short time paper In small
amounts. 1 * . 1301 I'tunam st. 090
T37ANTE ! ) To buy for spot eash. elty or
TT countiy , parts or whole stocks of dry and
fancy goods , clothing , boots and shoes , milli
nery , statiuneiy , gents'fniulshing goods , etc.
Cull on or addicts J. L. Ilrandels & tons cor
ner l.'ith and Howard , Omaha. Dill
fllL'KNITl'KE , householdgoods.otc. Highest
JL1 cash price. : il7 H nth. ! I7J
NTED Second-hand furniture of all
kinds at thu highest price , 710 b. lOtli st.
rrHl'TEEN span work mules. Innj time at 7
JJ per cent Inteiest. Kclby 1J Hoard Trade.
bOJ
will buy a nice marc. II. E. Cole , Continental
$50
nental blk. 708
T71OU KALE Pine young family horse , siilt-
J-1 able for lady to drho. J70-1 Not Hi ' . ' 1st. back
of Coliseum. 705 fi *
PARTIES looking for fine dilvlng or saddle
boises , would do well to call on , or corres
pond with T J Klemlin ; , manager W. 11 SIII-
laul's farm. Calhoun , Neb. Ho has for sale
some llrst-class single drivers , carriage teams ,
and saddle hoises , at rcasonahlo prices. Ktt
SALE Pine family eaniago horse
JL : sound und gentle. Inqulie 514 N. lOth st ,
T71OK SALE A good gcutlo horse for W ) . Ad-
JU diessC 14. lleo. o78
FOK SALE Ten horses and maro.1. your
eholco for $50. W. T. beaman , Omaha's
largest variety wagons and carriages. 710-4
T71OK SALE for cash or on tlme.span of mules
JU price $140 , Koom 111 lioaid of Trade. 014
L1VEKY for Sale A complete livery stock ,
comprising buildings , bore.es , harness , car
riages , etc. , all In llist-elass condition , best lo
cation In town , good trade alicady established ,
price und terms reusonablo. Addioss HOY 105 ,
Gothenburg , Nob. f > 55 4 *
OKSESLlght drivers , bargain. The late
Hie has made them cheap. 11. E. Cole.Con-
tliicntal blook , OS
rnOK SALE 1'our horses , ono express wagon.
JL1 Cash or time. Koom 2.1117 Puiimn. 5B1-JO *
WANTED-A fuinlshed house with six to
eight looms. Centrally located. Address
G 'iO lleo. 78,1-7
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\\7AMTED-Hy a small family , a pleasant
i cottage of six or seven rooms near or on
the ear lines. Will bo pcimnucnt. Address
U at Hoe. 770
\\f ANTHD Flist-class loom and board In
TT pthuto family by gentleman and wlfo.
Address U ) , tills olllco. 778-0 *
T\TANTHn To rent 2 to a unfurnished
TT rooms for housekeeping , small family ,
near business ceutor. Address G IB , lice olllco.
701
f WANT moro houses to rent ; moro demand
Lilian houses. Parrotto Itental ugonoy.
( Ml-I'M
FOU SAhH FUUMTUUE ETC.
FOK SALK I'uinlture. carpets und house
hold gix > ds of all kinds every Tuesday ,
Thuisdayuiid Saturday morning at 1111 I'ar-
iiuin st. Cash paid for goods. Omaha Auction
and Storage Co. Henry Crelghton , auctioneer.
KOIl
B EbT Quality meats , lowest rates , at Tied
Koos' meat maikol , ' i. ' Cumlng st. 781 20
FOIl HALE Allstoro fixtures and furnltnro.
Apply Immediately at 114 .South l.'ith St. , or
room 403 , bheoly block , Urccuman & Ulchard-
son. 74D-I *
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SALK Some coed watches and diamonds
mends cheap. 11 , Masters , room I , Willi-
nell block. Ml
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"TjlOK SALI' Good pijuaro piano , $40 ; also
J } feather bed , cheap. Imiuliu 1305 Pleivo st.
_ _ R" > b 1.1 *
"I71OU SALE Ice IKJV suitable for meat mar-
JJ ketorcommlsslon house. Inqulru'lS N.Klth.
_ D5U4
G OOD soda fountain , In running order , for
less thun half cost. .O. Peterson , MB 9. l.ltli.
GFOH
FOH BALH , olioap S0-hor o power steo
boiler , good us new , with llttlngs complete ;
heater , mud-drum , plunge pumps , and No. U
Knowles ; will sell for one-halt oilglual cos ,
Jell W. llodfiml. on
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MILK delivered In ono gallon packages
dally. Guaranteed absolutely pure JU
lliowu building , telephone 1XU. 201
IjlOK SALE Cheap , a beautiful fawn colored
greyhound. KmiulreJI S. 10th ut. , corner
of Leavenwortl , . B4I
MUHIO AAtT AM ) liAN'OUAUR.
BEPOKE buying a piano uxumlnn the now
scale Klmball piano. A. lloijpc,1513 Dmiplas
EO. P.OELLENllEOIv.toueherof thohaiijoj
with Hospe , 1511 Douglas. 211)
ITIIUST mortgage loans at low rates and no
X1 delay. 1) . V. bholesCo'loist Natl bank.
590
MONEY to loan on horses , wagons , mules ,
household goods , pianos orpinsdiamonds ,
ut lowest rates. The llrst organised loan of-
tlco In thoelty. Muko loans fiomiii toW)5dajs ,
whleheanbe paid In part or whole at any
time , thus lowering the principal and Interest ,
Call and see us when you want money. We can
assist you promptly and to your advantage
without lemoMil of property or publicity.
Money nln ays on baud. No delay In making
loans. C. K. Heed & Co. , U1D 3. 13th bt. ; o\ur
lllnghain & ( sons. Iff !
PKITCKNT"resldenco loans. MXX ( ) to 110,000.
llulldlng loans at special rates. Thu Mead
Investment Co. . lice building. 6M
BIJILIUNO loans , 0 to 7 per cent ; nouddl-
tlonal eharges forcommUslon or uttorney'd
foes. W. in MulUo , rit tNat'lbank bldg.Wl
Wl _ _
T OANS City and farm loaim , mort-'aijo pu-
-LJpt'r bought. McOuijuo luvudtuiuut U > . liv.1
A c
MONKY loaned nt lowest rates , long tlmo on
Improved Omaha roxil estate , no "oxtras , "
no delay , Globe Ixjan A' Trust Co. , 307 8 10th ,
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ONEV-W ) or POdnys Bti f itrntturpilniio4. |
horses , houses , oto < J , J. Wilkinson , 018
I'axton blk. , cm
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OUATTEfj loans nt direst rates ; business
conlldentlal 510 1'axtoi ) blk. J. 11. Kmlniror
L II1KUAI/ real estalo loans made by W. M.
Harris , room 20 , 1-rciircr blook , opp. P.O.
' OOt
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Kr.VSTONB Mort amCo.Loans \ of * 10to
fl.oiios got our rates1 before borrowing and
save money ; loan on hoKes , furniture or any
approved Hccurlty without imbltnttyt notes
bought , for now loan , renewal of old and low
est rate * , call U 208 , ilnicly blk , 13th and
Howard st > . CAT
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SHOUT tlmo loans on vacant lots , Solby fc
Kccd , 13 , board oftrado _ , KC >
inOM'MEUOlAT. and goncrat. short tlmo paper
v > bouKlit ; also regular live-year loans made.
on Improved property. Oeo. IMllusl .t Co , ,
20't liamgo bldg. COO
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SKC'ONO mortgage loans. Second mortgages
bought. Loans on vacant lots , llcod &
Selby. room 13. llounl Trade. 007
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MONEY to loan on any security
for short tlmo nt low
rates. Lowest rates
on personal property.
The Henderson Moitgago Iineslmcnt Com
pany. room 400 , Paxton block. _ C03
WANTr.D-Klrst class Inside loans. Lowest
rates. Call and see us. Mutual Invust-
meiitCo. . 1.VJ1 1'limam. COJ
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BKl'OUE negotiating a loan to Improve
1 our real estate got terms from
Tlio Odell Investment Co. , .Ml N. Y. Llfo bldg. ,
Tims. S. lloyd , representative. 010
H HAP nASTKIlN Tl ( > N i : Y-
Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust To. ,
always ready to loan and piy promptly ! first
mortgages wanted George \ \ . P. Coates , renro-
seiitatlve , room 7 , lloard Trude. _ GH _
EASTIUIN money to loan on elty property s
mortgage paper bought. H. It. Irey.N , Y.Llfe
01'-
LOANS made on any available seeuilty.
Central Investment Co. , Koum1 , Chainber
of ( ommerce. 1113 "
MONEY to loan on long or short time ;
county wui rants bought , fatar Laud &
Loan Co. , 1COO' ' 1'urnani Ht. 020 J 2d
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M ONEY to loan In any amount from S10 to
J10.UOO for any time from one to U months.
Loans made on household goods , pianos ,
Horses , mules , wagons , homes , leases , etc. , in
fact on any available sectu Ity In any amount
at the lowest possible rates without icmoval
Payments'can bo made at anytime reducing
both principal and interest.ou pay Interest
only for tlm time you use the money. If you
owe a balance on your properly 1 will take It
up ana carry It for you.
Money always on liand. No delay. No pub
licity. No removal. Lowest rates.
It. R Masters ,
Itoom 4 Wlthncll block , 15th and Haruoy Sts.
K PEU cent money to loan on real estate so-
J curltv. Loans can bo paid oil' In Install
ments. Jno. W. Kobblns , 20'J.N. Y. Llfo bldg.
: cw
TOANS wanted on productive Omaha leal
Jestato. II iiudS year- , ' time , optional pay
ments. favorable teims and lates.
Klmball , Champ & Ryan ,
1COOJ10 1205 1'arnam st.
i TTHL loans. K. W Pont Inental blk. . 15 &
Douglas ; business conlldentlal. M.J. Hull-
_ _ _ _ _ W _
C O LI.ATEKAL bank. 31)1 ) t > o 1'ilh ' st , room 5.
Chamber of Coiiiinurco , loans money on
commercial paper and all ai tides of value ,
Also on hor-.es , cattle , fijrnlturo and other
ch-ittol property without removal , at lowest
rateof Interest. All business strictly conll
dentlal. ittt J15
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liANK , loom II WlthnuII blook ,
ONKY to loan , 5 ycnrs on easy terms on 3
per . cent on good COIIM'I vatlve valuations ,
any'wheio in the city llmit-s of Omaha , at 410 (
bhecloy bldg.lJth aud lluwaul sts. Sam'lT .
iliU J10
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1\T ONEY to loan on city property ; money on
I'lhund and no delays. Itates , bmltli > t Co. ,
ICth and I'arnuni sts. Uin-Jlt
t AX ) AND
us no.id "Advlcoto a
Pretty Typewriter , " ' "Tho U. M. S. Hten-
ographer , " "How Giahum Writes figures , "
"Typewriting by Telegraph , " "Shorthand and
Typewriting Diplomas , " etc. , In Juno Phonographic
graphic Woild ; out today ; 10 cents ; all news
stands. Trudo supplied by American News
Company. 775-4 *
T\7ANTEI ) Educated young ladles and gon-
V tlementto learn shorthand and typewrit
ing ; good salaries ; students assisted to posi
tions. Standard bhortliund Business College.
Frank E. Hell , Instiuctor. 014
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SECOND HAND Calegraphs , Hammond and
Ifemliigtons. John H. Comes Co. Letter
Tiles and olllco specialties , Itamgo bldg. Mi
ODAlllVOYAN'r.
LEIL Clayton , clalivoyant and magnotlo
healer , can by her wondei fill will power
grunt any leanest. 0o & 10th st. up-stalrs.
TTil-fi *
Dll. NANNIE V. WAUUEN , clairvoyant ,
medical and business medium. 1'emale dis
eases a specialty. HON. luthst. , rooms2andii.
015
A HHlVALcttraoidlnary of M is. Dr. Eddy ,
-ti-lho distinguished , WDrld-famed and only
leal natural trance clairvoyant and spirit
medium in this country ; seventh daughter of
tlio sovcnth daughter , born with vull and
greatest prophetic gift ofucoiiil slsht. While
entranced will reveal every hidden mystery
In life. Has long been pronounced In Lnrope
and America the gieatest living wonder of the
nreseut niro. Under-itamls the science of the
"Persian and Hindoo magic. or nnoleut
charm working , and prepuies Egyptian talls-
maim which will overcome your enemies ,
removes family tumbles , restores lost
uflectlons , makes marriage with the ono
you love no failure , icmovos evil In-
iluencos , bad habits , cures witchery ,
Ills , and all long standing and mysterious
dNoases ; will give correct Infoimatlon on law
sultH , sickness , death , dl\oicetab ent fi lends ;
ovurythlng ; novel-falling advice to young
men on mairlag and how to choose a wife for
happiness and what , business best adapted for
speedy rlchus. block speculation a specialty.
Also gives Indlspcnslhlo udvico to young
ladles on love , umntshlp and marriage , and if
vour lover Is It 110 or false , and gives plcluro of
future husband , with name , age and date of
manlage. Hours , Ha. in. to U p.m. , strict.
N. II. 1'or tlmbcnotlt of those who are unable
to call upon Mrs. Dr. Eddy , sliu would lespuut-
fully announce that she gives perfect satisfac
tion by letter. Yourontlio life will bo written
In i elear and plain manner. LolUus with
st imps piomptly answeied , Scud for largo
Illusti'iteil ulreular with special tuuns. Mrs.
Dr. l.'ddy. il''l N. l tli. 7.17 ( . *
1)ltOK. teree , the renowned pnreiioiojist ,
medium and palmistwho Iris been publicly
tested and challenges the world In revealing
mysteries , disperses Jealousy , evil Influ
ences , gives full names of present or future
hlistmml or wife , also tells your faults und
( | imltlos ! , trade business or profession to
make a success. IK. KOI th Kith uj ) stair * . Con
sultation $1. batisfactlon given oroiio pay.
ALL ohallangers accepted Mrs. Dr. Hill of
Now York City can bo consulted at her
purlois at aa North 15th st. , on all ullalrs of
life , being u colehiatod business clairvoyant ,
astroliMlst and palmist , who has a reputation
throughout thu world for Accurate ! and truth
ful readings of the IMS ! , present and futuio
through her wondoifuL Egyptian maglo mir
ror ; lemoves nil evil Inflirunccs and family es-
tiancements ; unites the'separated ; onuses
speedy m.irrluges ; brlng success to thu un
successful ami toll whrnW make prolltublo in
vestments ; consultatlnn from il lo $1 ; also
tolls full name and shows , Picture of the one
you will murr > ; Mrs. Hutifus been consulted
by the most successful business mon aud ladles
of Now York. lloston"'arid Chicago. Hours
strictly from 11 a. in. to arum Ml 15 *
MADAME Delzlor , thok. ssugo and magnot-
Ut , Is no old consuintitho chromo , hut
young , heulty and vigorous. Purloistiver010
S.lath. 013 Jb *
HUHINl SS CKANOJCS.
OIGAUbtoro , Ilist-class-JnvolL'o about $1,000 ;
also the best short outer house In thoelty.
Price , $ . ' , r > 00 , doing an imfnonso buslnosd. Co
operative Land und LotlUJ. , 205 N. 10th st.J !
i a. tats
73 room family holeli 'dlogantly furnished.
b7 boarders of the best people In thu city.
Kent J.VX ) per month ; Income &i,7 < )0 ) to $1,011.
Prlco fSlHK ) ; carpets alone cost lr > oo ; bus to bo
neon to bo appieclatod. Co-opurutlvo Land
and Lot Co. . 2u. . No. llith nt , Ml 5
FOK SALE or Trade Confectionery und Ice
oroam parlor , good locution and business u
good lay for the right party. AddrosiUu'S , Hue.
7bi)5 ) *
A T A bargain , first class restaurant ; reason
ci for selling death In family ; paying place ;
InvestIgatJ , 2105 Ciimlng st. 7y5 *
POK HENT or sale A drat class creamery in
good agricultural district. Plenty of cumin
can be hud. Addressj , P. lienshaw. Sterling ,
Neb. DIJ-J'JU *
"TOOK SALE An old establish ; drng bnsl-
J. IIKS.S.DUO of thi ) best locutions In the citynot
tmitlts lust yimr M.uoo. Thu Muud InviMtmeut
t'o. , lleo biifldlns. 4'ff '
FOK SALE or 1'or ICent-Oneof the bostUxod
up boarding bourns In hontli Omaha , In
most desirable location Applytoll.il. Karen ,
27thst .nourExoLiaiiuo erutslnj , BouHi Onmliu.
11 , ' Jli. *
WOM PAI.F-IIalf Intcrost In my retail
JL ; grocery business to n good reliable man ,
capable of managing the same , The only ex
clusive cash grocery liuiiso In Omaha , Es
tablished 5 yean ago by I > 1 , N , Itrowu , the U.
O. lf.a North 10th st. 7U
TT10II SAM -riuo establlsheil cigar aiid nnwi
J-'business. Itest location In tlioolty. Ad-
dre-w b tic O , ft _ piwtolllce. 4SO 0
KOll KXOIIANGK.
LOT In Lincoln. Neb. , for stock merchandise
Address Wm. Kowurdlnk , lllckmuti , Nob.
oftij a
rpIUKTY ncres 3 miles from Council lllulT *
- to trade , wanted to buy u Jersey cow. Ar
nold , v Wenstanlev , KB Puxtoit blk. 751-a
I/IOU r.XUIANU-Uoo ; < t aa ) acre farm jn
-L Hurlan county , well slocked , for Omaha
residence ; feed mill In largo growing town ,
this state ; some pedigreed cattle and thor
oughbred horses. Douno A. Parrotto , nxmi 17 ,
Hoard Trade. CI1-JO
rpo EXCHANGE My resldenco at York.
JNeb. . , consisting of a lroom l brick house
and 4'/i ' acres of ground , 'I blocks from thu pub
lic situaro for Improved ptopoitv In Omaha ,
Chle.igo , or Denver , or an Improved farm ,
Omaha properly preferred. York has a pop
ulation of over S.UX ) , with three railroads. It.
.t M. , 0. .t N.V. . and K. C. X O. . and Is a thriv
ing prosperous place. Mrs Kato Harrison ,
York. Nob. 7U5
FA KM and cltv property for silo or o\-
ohango for any kind of morchandfso or
challuls.horses and ealtlo ; would partleiilarly
llko to traikj for steeis. WillisCadwoll. Itroken
How , Neb. 5Ti'JJ2S ' *
171OK EXCHANGE-Good farms , city proper-
L ty and wild lauds In Neb. and Iowa for good
gen'l m'd'se ; property clear , title perfect. Ad
dress Lock JioK" ! , Kreuuml , Neb. 003
I WILL trade a good clear lot In So. Omalrv
for piano or horse ami buggy. Address t ) 4
Hco otllco. Utt
KOlt HA'jij-Ulj\li iOMTATU.
"IJ10K SALE Price i 1.000 , ono uuurter cash.
JL1 Now 4 loomeottairo and lot. 417 Center
stieet , half iiillo fiom U. P. depot. I'lno loca
tion. This must ImhiiUI , us owner Is leaving
for old country , btrlngor & Penny , Douglas
block , liith and Dodge. 7t > .i.
T71OK HALE or Exehango Huslness eornor
JL ? on paved st Lot In Walnut 11111. Iteantlful
residence site In west part of elty. lCi feet
i. < liiure. east front , clear , pint tiadeou this.
liuiulro72J N. Y. Lite building. 7&S G *
| 71OK SALE On monthly paymouts. will
- - ' build you a neat four , llvo01 siv room house
on corner lot In Wise & Parmalee's addition to
suit purchaser. Geo. J. Paul , 100 ! ) I'atnnmst ,
60S
TT1OH SALE A fine now fi-room cottage near
JL1 electric ear line on N.57th st. Will take as
pait of eash payment a good horse or horse
and ohuetoii. P. 15'JI Fariiam Ht. r > 'JO
.TIOIISALE Kuriilshed ilatof 7 lOomsatNo.
-t ? ri | So. 10th st. . Hut A , Her blk. Terms rcu-
sonable. 767 12 *
1T1OK A LE-fi-room eottagc.lot a3\113.Divon
Jpoit , near 113th St. , S1.UO.J.
Lot.l , block 4 , Klrkwood,50\llOdoublo front ,
* 1.0)00. : )
G. L. Green. Koom 30. llarkor block. BOS
/1OTTACMJ homes In most any addition for
vAulu at frotnSl.OUO up. on easy monthly puy-
menUs. P. 1C. Dai ling , 41 llarkor block. 010
A .SMALL payment down and $15 per month
will buj ! i4-iooiii house and lot on Ifith , 2
blocks fiom motor ; first-class chance to ac
quire a home on easy terms. Apply to II. E.
Cole , Continental block. 6(15 (
-r-UOOM coi luges , $ i..WO each. 5100 cash down ,
"balance 815 per month. Thos. P. Hall , oil
Paxton block. 531
JIN'COLN Place and Carthage lots , price
Jfl.OUO , $ , " > ) down , b'llunee f 15 monthly.
W. L. bulby , loom i.l , board of trade. 017
HJK SALE Very cheap , no trade , farm of
51.i7ii acres , RV. r > , 12 , N. 0 W. , Hamilton
county , Neb. , 2 miles from Marquette ; rmall
house. , stable , : tM aeiesof pasture fenced , liv
ing water ; pi Ice only $10 per acre , $5,417.00.
Terms. J2.200 cash , balanced per cent Interest.
P. If. Atkins , owner , lullioad building , Denver ,
Colo. C18
AUGII & Westei fieldical estate , S.Omnhu.
013
FOU SALE ? JOO cash buys a line house and
full lot in llaker Place ; only ono block
from Clifton Hill , with encumbrance of J'Hu ' ,
payable i" > qnai teily. Inquire of E.G. Moirlll.
Walnut avo. . Walnut Hill. 707-3 *
A SPECIAL baigain for a few days la u
splendid resldenco property ; close in.
DlO.Ol'Oacios ' line western lands , all carefully
selected , some of It Improved.
Pine business piopcity on Douglas st. Very
low pi Ice for eash. Douuo & Parrotte , loom 17 ,
lluaid.ot Tiade. &I1-0
ROOM house and lot , 21 feet front , $300. only
$50 cash and babinco monthly on terms to
suit. D. D. Smoaton , IQOiHj Piiuiain st. ao5-J5
T71OK SALE A homo on monthly payments.
JL'A nlcoS-room house , $25 per month , iJi.OJO ,
iirst payment as arranged , A pretty cottage ,
5 looms finished , upslulis for as many moro.
lot 00x120 , $ . ' ,0H ! ) , $15 per month , small payment
down. A similar cottage , lot lOOxft ) , * J,20Q , $15
nor mouth , Will build on vacant lots to suit.
Noimau A. Kuhu , druggist , 15th and Douglas.
054 JJO
T WILL sell lot : i , block 10 < > , on Dodge st. vvlth-
JLin a half blook of the site of tlio now post-
ofltco , for S20.000 ; if5 , ( > 00 eash and balance In
payments to Mill , purchaser. This otler stands
good for a limited tlmo only. Geo. W. Doanc ,
515 N.Y. _ LJfoJmJlding. 512 : i
"J710K SALE or Trade-My resldenco on So.
U 20th St. , near Park school , liouso of seven
rooms with bathroom , water closet , hot and
cold water , all In good rop'ilr ; will sell forcash
very cheap or will take vacant lot on West
1'imium st. as part payment. Per particulars
addressj : 20 Uuo olllce. 013
TTIOK SALE Illicit warehouse , 2.stories und
JL1 basement , 100x00 ft. with "lot lOOxl.VJft. ; to
double truck on south20th und Pierce sts. Ad
dress Oskanip & Halues , Omaha , Nob.
CM
"VfEW 8-room house , near motor line ; vvil [
J * > sell cheap and on small monthly payments.
Call quick If you want u bargain. . J. J. Wllkln-
spn.'JlB I'liNton blk. 123
171OK SALE-Qulok , business lot , Improved ,
JL' only 0 blocks from couit house , 815) per
foot. J. Mlchal. 1II.I8S. Kith st. OTjJ 14 _ _ _
1710KSALE-8OOOacres best farming land In
Nebraska at a gieat sncrillco. Inqulru
018 bouth IJth st. Geo. H. Pcteison , owner.
171) ) H
TIII3 KKAI/rY MARKU'R
LNSTKUMENTd placed oil record duiltig"
ycsturdav :
Iri : Alnsworth and wife to , T n Forrce ,
atot 11 , blk 0O E May no's 1st udd to Val
ley , w d $ DOO
Homy Hemphlll to Wesley Chirk ot al ,
und < , ' , Iot4 , blk ll" > , Omaha , q e d 1
0.1 1'ov et al to public , dedicates pint of
Hamilton squat o
G A Iloagluudet alto W W Lowe , n pt
of blk 140 , Omaha , no d 1
T and T OJolleils to Sarah Heorman et
al , lots 11 and 12 , blk 2 , Jell'urls' roplut ,
rav d 1050
K E Lutsou to .1 M Hamilton , lot 5 , blk I ) ,
" Lake View , w d 800
G PStohhliisaml wlfo to J A Peterson ,
U'ot.l ' , blk 19 , llansconi Place , vvd goo
W L belby and v\lfo to 1'iank Hosoborry
81TJ In niv no0-15-17 , ( ] od 1
P C tahafor , special master , to J 1 Itedluk
Iot4 , blk 12 , llansconi Place , deed 0,500
Lyiuan Klcliardson and wlfo to Alfred
Lliidblom , lots 13 , 20 , 21 and 2blk 1 ,
Kalph Place , wd 7,200
Pulrhauk Investment eomp-iny to Jo-
h-inua Johnson , n H lot ? , blk 4 , Haw-
thoino ad , q o d l
Eleven transfers $ 15,052
I'oi-nilts.
The following pcnnlts wora issued by the
hulldlnc insxctor | yostonlay :
II Tl/iird. three three-story brick stores
and nuts , Twenty-third and Davenport
streets . $22,000
K. Tlrnnl. two-story brick tenement
house. Tnenty-thlid and Davenport
Ktieets . IfiOOO
J , T. Smith , two-story frame residence ,
Twonly-.sl\lh and siiraguostiuetH . 8,500
J. M. Hamilton , one and one-fouith
story fiamu resldenco , lirand mid Las-
ton StH'OtS . . . . , . n
Seven minor penults .
Total. .
Holiool lloiulii for 8nlc.
The Sterling , Nebraska. School Hoard have
eight $1,0 X ) school bonds for sale. Open bids
will bo recehed to.luno 12th , 1" , and will bo
sold on thatday to the ono making the high
est bid. HondH run. * 2.030 ten years , JJ 000 tlf-
tcen years , jl.OK ) twenty years , utllvo percent
per annum , paynlilu annually on thu 1st day
of June. Assessed value of district , SOO.O'.IO ;
real value. JulO.Ouu. Population , 1,000 *
m20-27-J.MOp
'Jo KoiulnrH and O.tttlu "Mnu.
On and after the 20th Init. , we will have for
Kale four thousand or moro good , hliih grade ,
one , t o and thicu year old I'tuh feeders , that
\ve can furnlnh at thu Uuluu blook Yards ,
Smith Omaha ; or It desired , wo can arrange to
Hi-11 thu : > o cuttle ut North Plutte or Huntings ,
Parties wanting anything In this line , will
plituso correspond with us.
( Jt.o. lluiiKK Hi I'UA/.iuu , Soutli Oinaha.Noh.
IKAD IIODV
Now Method orirosorvln Itio Demi
VintIIIR n Ilntiy'a Hliocs.
Whllo nn InoronsIniT number of per
sons furor the disposition of the dead by
cronmtlon , n startling theory qulto dlf-
foront In chnractor has boon evolved re
cently. It Is actually BUgfjostod bv some
bold Now York people that human
bodies be preserved by the ijalvano-
electro philing process , Bays the Now
York Press. Instead of embalming It ,
the body la to be covered with a coating1
of nold or silver or nickel.
The Idea la not exactly now. There la
a legend that once upon a time , many
yearn ago , ono of the kings of Madagas
car on the occasion of a stale reception ,
desired to present an appearance of great
splendor. Accordingly , after annolnt-
Ing his body with palm oil , ho covered
himself with gold unit , lie looked gor
geous , and , In the opinion of his mibjoot : * ,
every Inch a king , but what ho designed
as a splendid decoration proved n coverIng -
Ing of death , for the powder BO elosed
the pores ot the royal skin that the poor
king died. When some years afterward
the body was dlsintorrod for the purpose
of removal to a splendid sarcophagus , it
was found perfectly preserved and pre
sented the appearance of a golden statue ,
perfect in every lineament.
A silver plater of Now York recently
experimented upon the body of nn in
fant. Ho declared that the result was a
beautiful silver statue far more perfect
than could have been produced by any
sculptor's art. Ho saya ho will make
further experiments and announce their
results. Electrician- * have tried for
years to discover an improved plating
process and have mot with much suc
cess. There is no object that cannot
now be plated. Even glass and rubber
may be covered with n coating of en
tirely foreign material. ' The possibili
ties of electroplating appear to bo in-
llnito. At tlie establishment of the
Unimlus plating company bimto wonder
ful specimens of the art may bo scon.
Among them are babies' shoos and slip-
pern plated with silver and nickel , after
being llrst coated with plumbago.
A gentleman of Madison avenue , re
cently married , had his bride's wedding
slippers silver plated. They now form
the most cherished ornament of his
homo and ono of them hangs in his room
as a match safe. Natural llowcrs are
treated so that they can bo used for par
asol and umbrella handles , and yet re
tain their natural grace of form. An
egg thus plated will remain fresh for an
imlofinito period , but the process is
hardly available for commercial pur
poses.
It is suggested that in the far distant
future wealthy families may present to
"
the eyes of their friends mausoleums"
gilded ancestors , much as they now
maintain art galleries filled with stat
uary.
A service to which it Is already put is
the preserving of mementoes of the
dead. Ono lady had her baby's little
everyday shoes plated in this way , show
ing the worn heel and a little hole in
the too a umto reminder of the absent
one.
A NKWS1JOY AT 77.
The Oiliest Xcwsinnii lit Town Has to
( Jliaii c His Stniul.
Abraham S. Young has sold papers at
the New York side of Fulton ferry for
forty-nine years , lie is poor , and blind ,
and sovonly-soven years old. Since 1801
he has bat in the same seat in the forry-
house every afternoon , holding a pile of
evening papers on his lap. Hundreds , if
not thouoands , of people know him. The
other day ho sold his last paper at the
ferry. A bign appeared above his head
announcing that on and after Juno "
"tho blind newsman" would have a
stand in front of the dining saloon of
Sweet & Son , No. 4 Fulton street. Many
persons stopped to read it , and some
learned a. . pathetic little story.
The old newsman was obliged to seek
another place because of an arrange
ment recently made between the Union
ferry company and the Union news com
pany , says the Now York Press. "The
former leases to the latter from Juno 1
the privilege of selling newspapers ,
periodicals and uny articles of merchan
dise it may care to oiTor to the public at
Catharine street , Fulton , Wall street ,
South and Hamilton ferries. The hold
ers of news stands at all thcso points
were ordered to leave by today.
The old man know not what to do , and
feared that his only means of a liveli
hood wore at an end. In years gene by
ho was able to earn n considerable sum
daily , but since the bridge was opened
the demand for papers at the three
upper ferries of the Union ferry com
pany has not been great. Tlio united
nlTni-ts nf Winner nml his t\nn. who is
thirty-live and has devoted his life to
helping his father , sudico only to not
about $2 a day , upon which the two sup
port themselves.
Newsdealers , and In fact everybody
who hoard of the old newsman's case
sympathized with him and advised him
to go to the superintendent of the news
company , but ho could not find anybody
to present the matter to this olHciaf.
When , a day or so later , Mr. Sweet pro
posed to lix the chair for him in front of
his restaurant , the poor old man was
overjoyed and gladly accepted the olTor.
Mr. Young hopes to soil papers to all
his old friends and inuko many now cus
tomers at liis now location. Deprived
of his bight by an explosion in a load
works when only twenty-eight years old ,
and thus prevented from working at his
trade , ho has always supported himself.
Ho sold morning papers in Broadway
for a few years , but gave this up becaubo
unable to work both at morning and
afternoon soiling. Ho and his son llvo
at No.12 Prospect street , Brooklyn. Ho
tolls with sadness of the goodness of a
former superintendent of the ferry com
pany , who , when the news privilege was
rented to a dealer , insisteil that the
blind man should bo allowed to remain.
But business is not done that way those
days. Perhaps the change of location
will 1)0 ) a benefit to the old man , as moro
norbonswlll bo led to patronize him , but
no will bo exposed to all sorts of weather
in his now placo. "May bo somebody
will put up a llttlo shanty for mo when
winter comes , " ho bald.
Tlio Population
Colonel Henry S. Sanford In the Forum
writes : "Under the name of the Inde
pendent State of Congo Us government
was organised after the most approved
methods of Belgian administration , and
it entered fully equipped into the family
of nations. There Is within its area ,
which , as said , is thirty-three times that
of Belgium , u population of150 whites ,
about one-half state sllicials and em
ployees , and the estimated number of
natives within its borders Is about
40,000,000 ; and In the whole Congo basin
is estimated at about 50,000,000.
Africa IK about three times the area of
Europe , or IL',000,000 square miles , and
Homo writers estimate it to contain about
an equal population : ! 2,5,000,000 souls.
Tlio onornt > us trade developing there
comes mainly from the narrow selvage
which separates the mountains from the
sea. It Is a great basin composed of
platoauB , gradually ascending to 7,000
feet at borne of the central lakes. It has
four great river Hystems : on the west ,
the Congo , second only to the Amazon
in tlio volume of its waters , and the
Niger ; on the north the Nile ; on the
east the Kambotil. These livers once
formed vast internal seas , which finally
breaking through the mountain barriers
have dojvi'iulci by cataracts and canons
to tlio ocean , leaving great areas of rich
of wonderful fertility.
THE.
American
Tobacco
Company
INCORPORATED UNDER TUB
LAWS OF Till-STATE OF
NEW JERSEY.
Capital $25,000,000.00
, , , , .
Full Paid.
$10,000,000 PREFERRED STOCK
$15,000,000 COMMON STOCK.
THE FARMERS' LOAN & TRUST
COMPANY OF NEW YORK ,
REGISTRAR ,
The American Tobacco Company has pur
chased and now controls the business of tlm
following manufacturers of tobaucu and
cigarettes :
ALLEN fc CHNTEKof Hlehmoml , Va.
W. DUKE SONS & CO , , of Durham , N. 0. ,
and New-York City.
THE KINNEY TOIIACCO COMPANY of
Now York.
W. S KlMHALL&CO.of Uoohester , Nuw-
York ,
GOODWIN & CO. , of New-York ,
together with all thulr real ostalo , factory
buildings , storage warehouses , loaf miring
houses , leaf tobacco , and material of all
kinds , machinery , fixtures , patents , trade
marks , brands , and good-Mill.
These establishments will bo continued as
branch factories' of the American Tobacco
Company , manufacturing their respective
brands under the personal management and
direction of the former principals and onnoitj.
The ontlro Issue of the piefcrred stuck of
this company Is ten millions of dollars , ( $10-
000,000 , ) or ono hundred thousand shares of
one bundled dollars ( ? 100) ) each. Every share
of preferred stock Is entitled to ono vote at all
meetings of the stockholders.
This stock Is to receive preference yearly
dividends of 8 per cent , payable quarterly , In
the months of August , November , February ,
and May , In each and every year , before any
dividends can bo paid on the common stock ,
the first dividend will be payable In August ,
1890. It has a preference over the common
stock upon all the property and assets of the
company on the final dlstilbutton or disposi
tion thereof.
The earning capacity of the combined busi
ness , which has been for so many years In
successful opciallou , Is a guarantee of the
value of the preferred stock. The aggregate
not earnings for several years past has boon
nearly two millions of dollars ( K.000,000) , ) an
nually , and will now bo largely Increased by
reason of the economies to bo effected through
the formation of this company.
The com piny proposes to establish branch
factories In Great Itrltaln , Continental Europe ,
Australia , and other foreign countries , and It
Is bollovod this will largely Increase the busi
ness and the not Income of the company.
In order that the general tobacco trade may
have an Interest In the profits of this company
and that the company may possess the co-op *
oration of the trade In Its business , a limited
amount of the preferred Hlock has boon re
served for them by the owners ,
The trade was offered tliu "Rights" to pur
chase ten shaics each at parof this tesorvoil
stock , and u large propoi lion of the "Klghts"
wore accepted. The "UlghU0 u.xplied May
20th.
20th.Tho
The balance of the 1'reforied Sleek not al
ready allotted , which was reserved for the
trade , Is now olTorcd to the general public for
subscription at par , until the 10th day ot
June , next , and all subscriptions received at
the Ii'armois' Loan and Trust Company , 20
William St. , New-Yoik , and at thoofUcoof the
company , 13 llroadway , v.111 bo allotted pie
rata to those who may subscribe on or heforo
that date.
Parties residing out of New-York who wish
to subscribe , may give notice by telegraph to
the Treasurer of the company , 45 IJroadway ,
Now-Yoik , stating the amount dcsltcd , and
confirming same by mall.
Ten per cent must bo deposited with the
rarmoi1 * ' Loan and TriiHt Company on all
subscriptions , after duo notion of allotment ,
and the balance , 00 per cent , on or before the
Istdtiyot July nuxt , when the stock will bo
transferred to Mibborlhors by the runners'
Loan and Tiusl Company , and corllflculos for
bamo d olive roil.
OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY
JAMES U. DUKE , President.
JOHN POPE , First Vice President.
WILLIAM S. KIMBALL , Second Vice
President.
W. II. HUTLER , Secretary.
CIIAULES G. EMERY , Trouuuror.
STEPHEN LITTLE , Controller.
DIRECTORS.
LEWIS GINTEIC , Richmond , Va.
JOHN POPE , Richmond , Vu.
GEORGE ARENTS , Now York City ,
JAMES U. DUKE , New York City.
UENJAMIN N. DUKE , Durham , NO
GEORGE W.WATTS , Durham , N.C.
FRANCIS S. KINNEY , Butler , N. J.
W. 11. HUTLER , Brooklyn , N. Y.
CHARLES G.EMEUY.Brooklyn.N.Y
\VM. S. KIMBALL , Rochester , N. Y.

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