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THE OMAHA DATLY BEEiT MONDAY , JUNE 1. 1801.
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A I I ndvi > rtl enienls imrer the hnid of J\ "Sprrlnl Notices" nre iMil > ll hed In both tl > r worn n < i nnd ovenlntr eultlninof Tin : Hr.r. . the elriMilntlon of which nrerecnte * moretlmn ! r ion jnprrs dully , and clvw the ndvcrt'snr lite 1I'm-fit not only of the lorge circulation TIT Hir. 'n rimnhn. Hit nlso 'n ' funnel ! Hlnffs , T Inroln iind other clt'cs and towns n tbo west " " " "BRANCH OFFICES. Advertising for these column- 111 V-o tiken en the above condition" , ut the following nu l- nc hout-oR who arc authorised to tnkespeel-tl lint Ires , lit the snine rules UH citn be hud at the innlii ofllcc. R Ut\'T\ } \ OMAIIA itltANrll C'lTlCE-No. . : nsiN. : Street , Llste ToilN W. HELL. Pharmacist , llth i Mason M stror-t C IIAM' A. EDDV. Stationers und Printer filS-nitli IBth treet , CJ ! ' KARNVWORTH , I'lmrniuclst , 2115 r * . Cnn Ins street. \\r .1 Iirc7ficsn'hnrmacli.t , C24 North 10th > } . street. 7 tF" W. I'ARR , I'luirmaclst , 1713 I.cavcn- V I wt.rth street , T T I Tilll & ' 1'HARMACV. 24th and Tarniim. SITUAtl6NS"WANTED. ' Jrt tntrr , etc. . nctopof frtltolnmiion tlilf pige. ' Waited.-I'mTr fiist-clnss CnMI'OsITORS jiib romposltors , non-union men. to whom Kti-a'ly employment will ho clvcti at * H t > er werl until nfter the world's f.ilr. These men tire niinlred us ( in mldltlon to the rcisulnr fori-i-of u No. Ijobofllce Steady employment pu ir-nti-od good workmen. Addres * . I 4 cnrn of I.nrd & Thomas , 45-10 Randolph st , , Chlc-tco. " \\7ANTED Position ns menosrnpher or > > tjpi-wrlter. Mury Hart , Elkhorn. Neb _ _ -sIONAL nur e. Mrs S. E. Houton. IT > c.tss street. Omuha. 301 J.W \\'ANTED Position ns elerk or travellnc tiiun hv Herman American : need 21 ; " years' cMierlonco In Iniportlni : and exporting hiisliicm In New York : good olllco iniin ; collro ttiiiie pii'ferrcd : first class New York refer- CMI.'OS Address O. 18. lice. 1042 * "IV" ANTKIl Position ns bookkeeper by gon- ' tlcinnn with 0years ! experience In "bailie- IMC : ind wholesale buslnes best ioforuni' 's. Address O : jl. lire. " \\f fN I KD SItnut'ons for good clrls ; my ' wiiitins looms uro always full from ! > a. ni to'ip. m. Cuiiudlan Employment office. : i4' ! . * nth. Telephone SHI . 7.i' . WANTED MALE HELP. J < > r lalff. etc. . trctoiinf nit column on \ArE ori'r.R agents big money in exclusive > tirillory. Our new patent safes sell at F jrht in i ity orcountiy. New ascnts tlist in Held a < tu illv eettluK rloh. Ono apent in ono diiv I'lfaicdS-ti. Ho can yon. Cntiiloguo free. tnc.ifi ) company , IX-371 Clurk street , ( . nii-innat i. O. V ANTED Good painters Monday mnrnln ? it Iloyd new ouera house. P. Pavosich. MIII5 1 * " \ \ " AN I ED A man of Rood address to call * ' nn the manufacturing trades and take nr.lers for stamjied nnd embossed work. Wo want ii'sldent representative to handle n.x- clus\c-y | ! all the cuods of our own manufac ture : u m.iu who has sold lithographic work preferred : salary and commission to the rijiht num. Address with full particulars. J. W. - * ' - < > ! ] . js Duane St. , Now "i orK. M.MVI G * Jb.ttUUUki . i - i .1 . . .I , , - - . . . .m . - - 1 . . * V\7"AN A flist-Cl.iss bread nnd cakp v > u.iker ; peed wages and stead ? work. Ad- iS. l-'tiesler , cltv bakery , Norfolk , > 'eb. M371 2 * V T ANTED AKents for the Iliiilders' Guide. ' Saves ovorvbody $ jo In tlmo. money und mistakes. $75 nor month to agents. Sumplo book 51) ) cents. Money refunded If dissatisfied for uny reason. Address I. I * . HioUs , I' , O. box 107. Oinuha , Nob. JU14 l V\rANTED Stonofjrapher and telegrapher. ' Reference und written application re quired. McCoid-Hrudy Co. K5-1 WANTED Tint. " onoi etlo youns men. twenty to thirty , of peed address to co to Iowa. 312 , Paxtc block. M101 1 * TANTED A few energetic agents to snll nin le specialties , Including muRlc self- is pockut lamp , music dlmo suvlnc bank und other cootl sulllni ; articles. All our co 4ls sell ut slsht. Apply with references , Notthwcslern Specialty Co. , room 41)3 ) Hi- bid. * . Om.-iha Neb. Ml07 ' a ITc'.ise'spenmaTr- \\r ANTED-l'uplls ut - ii Mtlp class , n. w. corner ISth and l-"tirnaiii , Tut'sclay .mil Thursday oveninss. JI742 Ji * \\7ANTED--100 laborer * , teamsters , shovul- TT ersiuid trackmen fur woik In Wyomlns. Allnltflit Labor UKency , 1UJ l-'arnum st , UHi "l\7ANTED Sulesmen on salary or enmls- V T sliuOo handle the now patent chemical Ink craslnu pencil ; the cieatest polling novelty over pi educed ; cruses Ink thoroughly in two teenndsno ; abrnslonof paper ; 2ito. ( ) > 00 per cent profit ; one nccnt's salesatrounted toHi20Inslx tiny * : unother ic ; In twohours ; wn wantone . iiscnl for cneh stnto und territory , Pcner.tl 'or ' lerniH und full parMculnri , address the Jlni-nio I'raser .Mfg Co. , La Cros-,0 , WIs. 47) M KN with eoocl address. .Met. M'f'K Co. . 10 0 Howard st. , Umaliu , or 137 N 12th , Llncnln. n to travel for our Canadian nurseries Mone& Wellington. Madison. W is 7IHII WANTED FEMALE HELP. J ( u r-itrndr. , fee tap nf Hitt column < m t/id ji-iu ? . \VANTED-At once , twonty-llvo oxperU Tt onctid sales Indies , Now York liargnln store. 212 N. ICth st. M40I 1 " \\T ANTED Good wulstmukcrs at once. Call t > sit liwn Dodge. Mt'.7 : l * WANTED Twenty bright business women to meet the mitnagor of the McOulston f kirt Ent nliipii Co. ut the parlors oftTio.MII- lard. Monday , betweunl ) and 11 a. m. Mt)4 : ) 1 * \\7 A N T ED-Cilrl for senoral housework in ' snrill ttimlly. Must tie good cook and laundress. lle t wages itaid for good girl. None other need apply. 252J llarnoy street. G1RI. Wanted ( ieneral housework , family uf J ; German nrufuircd. ( 'all oil 1'urk uvo. , i ± LI \\rANTED , A comiMitent Rlrl for second > work nt a bountiful country homo ; fifty miles from Omaha. Chus. A. llarvoy , 1514 ruriiuni stn-ot , 121 FOR RENT HOUSES. } 'o > i-otef.r' ' . . itttnpof Hn > mil'i'itn onlhli p ij jT OIt RP.NT I'urnlshed house. II rooms , for J. Hummer , all com culunccs. 25.15 Hamilton st. 2i ! ! ) .10 * Avenue S-room cottase. West h.ilf 2i4I Davenport street. I'lioau. Inquire at 2."ils C.-tpltoI uventiu. Mill f , "ITlORRKNT-Sovdn room Hut ; modern c on- JJenlonces : JV > . Wright & , Lasbur , IHUI I Ilow-uid street , TllOR RI'-NT S-room ( lat , Lniigo block , l.lth JL1 unit Jackson. Mi7'J : ' C TX rANTED-l'nrnisht > d cottaco for bl oirt > > | time. Uall or address Wi Llfo bulldlni ; . SiU 1 TOK UKNT I'art of furulshttd house In v ory J. dcsiruolo location. Only two In fannlv. Will Itiko boanl for rent. Ilitve some Ural class Ijour.ler. that will take hourd with renter. Icqulro No a l Douglas street. street.Mai. % i- STEAM heated modern llats/707 untl 7W ) MHith 16tli. 1' 1' . RliiRi-r , lil'J ' raniiun. FIl'Tl.EN 0-nxiiit brick houses , all modern , excopl f urntcer : < S M ) nor month , ncitr Shur- man avcntiu motor. C. 1. llarrlsun , 012 N. V. Llfn. OH-JS ! TpOU RENT 19-room hou , all modern con- JL Nenlcni'us oiirpt-U , window tluuros and range , for auto. Iniiuiroat 1711) ) Uoduu strnot , _ _ iJTJJ fpKN.IiiHIM house with barn ; do lrabte lo. - * - ration. mtHterate rnt. Ui'.inl Ihoi . llli ) pousl is st. M si ; UK ii. , I'i t\iss t IUU FOR RENT-HOUSES. for rales.ele. ret in > of' ' * > " < ! rn > mn nit < ftl < miO TiMNEnow 12-room hotl o with nil tpodern JL' Improvementnnd barn : flno location for u physician. J II. I'arrotte rental UBOIIUT. JjiOR RENT Two 10-room brick residences , Jall convenlencot. Just complelod , 5J7-.VU Oeori/la nve. ItontUJ.oo for Brst your. J. H. I'nrrotte , DoiiRlus block. : H7 ItENT-Plat. li""nioms. . 2d Hoor7" & X. 10th ; J.W.Cn Rued & Solby , n , Hoitrd Trndo. MIR.I _ if'OIl RENT Hy Juno 20 , a D-room house newly pilntad nnd pajiorcd. woll. cistern and city water , bath and furnace. : s)4 ! Dav enport. MS.VI 4 * FOR RENT-Modern fi-room nut , now dnc- oratlons. Uood locality. L. S. Skinner. K I4 riniiini : st , tilt II OR KENT 7 room brick house , all con- vcmleneeM. $17. Irniulteltt ) N. 2Hlh ave ; HCTSE for rent Two story house S rooms with nil modern Improvements , s.'is Like sttcet C. D. Woodwortfi I'lTJ Douglas. i JJ I/OR RENT 7-room house. 2ttt. ' Ilftrnoy. In- J- quire A II. Oladstduc , 131U Doutrlus streijt. FOR RENT New 7 room housu. with all modern Improvements , 1 bloi-k 5rom Wal nut Hill motor , * 2o. Tlteo. Olscn , ' "J4 N. V. Life. 215 1/OH RENT Hlelit-rooin hnus and barn. JMl South a7th street. Apply on promises. _ _ M2204 * -1 0-ROO.M house , barn ; Kountzo I'litce ; } .C > .OQ l a month to rlKht parties. J. J. Olbson. R. 3 , Crelshton block. All _ FOR RENT 10-room new brick residence , between Mason nnd I'aclfle. on : K > th uvo : bath. BUS , laundry , furnace , ouk floors ixnd finest K rates and nmntols und every modern cijmeiilenco ; ptrtly furtiNbed If desired In- uulie on picmlscsor room 44J , Hcu building. 07 _ S-ROOM hrlck bouse , all convonlcncos , 123 ; Ornom brick house , UO. H. II Cole , ti ( Jon - tlnental. _ ICH ES. all kinds three nicely furnished. H ilundy & Co. . 1C14 Capitol avenue. K)7 ) "IJIOII KENT Houses with all modern im- JL ? provcinents , steim heat : 1 block from hlfth school ; iii.OO to J.Vl.03 pel month. Also stores , 21th and Davenport. II. II. Irey , 200 K.Y.Mfo. 1SJ-J3 TP vou wish to rent a house or store see 11. E , -1 Cole. Continental block. 714 WEM.-PUUXISHED -room house , with all con\enlences and comforts , on paved street ; low rent to satisfactory small family with good references. Unfurnished If de sired. 20IU lllnnoy St , Kountro place , M.VlV "I71OU ItENT lirse nunihorof houses , stores , -L Hats , etc."i.OJ pur month nnd up. Now list 1st of each mouth. George J. I'aul. Wft 1'arnain stient. 001 Jy3 3/IOlt KENT Pour 0 and 7-rooni flats with bath , hot water , etc. ; paved streets ; near business ; all Improvements ; only i' > par mo. Inferences reriulred. The Mead Investment Co. 44U lice building. 740 Foil KENT , cheap ; a stood 'en room modern house. Inqulro HrCJ Capitol uvenne. H. II. lioblson. Mi.75 J13 S-ROOM house , nice yard , shade trees , eitv 'J nnd cistern water , oleirnnt nolnhborhof.d , 'J blocks from street cars , Itll .s. 7th avenue , or Hull's pharmacy , cor. llth and Mason. tfJO FOU KENT llnndsomo 11-room modern bouse ; all conveniences ; In peifcct order ; paved streets ; motor , and within 3 niln'utes walk o' postoftico. Nathan bheltou , 1014 I'nr- uani street. M131 EjlUIt KENT 10-room housc.rcntraily located , - * - modern Improvuments. Inijulre , 712 N. 10th. 741 FOR RENT -FURNISHED ROOMS . cte.tteetopnfflnt mlumn on thli pipe. rpWO nicely furnished ulcovo rooms , south JL front ; also ono buck room with gas und batli. 2570 llnrnoy st. MP.43 1 * [ 7011 RENT Two furnished rooms forhouse- J keeping. G07 North iCtb street. M"J'J2 : * T/U'RNISHED front rooms , light housckoep- JInc. . nowiy papered ; $7 nnd upwaids. 411) ) S. 10th street , M floor. M.7J7 2 * VERY desirable front , second floor rooms , olthor furnished or unfurnished at the l > en'/er 116N.25thst. Mj42 2 RENT Two furnished or unfur- sliod fiont rooms. Apply2413 Dodge. VERY pleasant front room in private fam ily for gentleman , faii h. 29th st. 'M InOR RENT Nicely furnished room , pas and biih. 2010 llarnoy street. Reference re quired. : t2S2 * FURNISHED rooms atlCOS Capitol ave. _ ] _ 243C _ * TTIURNlSHEDrooms.cornorBth and Jackson JL1 streets. No. ( X)4 ) S. latii. 203-11 or four rooms , light housekeeping , 2020 JL St. Mary's avenue. _ 172 L ARGE south room for rent at 2100 Douclns _ struct. _ MIGa 2 * ] " > LEASANT rooms , slnclo or eusulto. 1T > South 20th st. _ . _ 77a " 1CELY Furnished lar o south room for rent ; modern con\enlenccs , 2U19 llainey st rect. MM1 Fc KENT Furnished rooms , 1U07 Dougfis 740 rplIESt. Clalr Kuropoiin hotnl , cor. llith and -L Dodge , will hereafter make low rales for rooms by the week or mouth , either with or without board. 7S1 FOR RENT ROOMS UNFURNISHED for rafts , tit , , fee top of first column on ( Jii ri ll REE or four rooms , private house , 612 Ho J- Kith street. Mlffi ) 2 * "VM'W , modern ami mostdesir.ibleln thoottv. i- > Three or four room MUltcs.SliS. 22nd street. T. L. Vou Dorn. .M4sl 1 UNFURNISHED rooms , first floor , modern "J : Impi-ovcmcnts , r.ingo In kltuhon. aiG S. 20th st. M117J4 * FOR RI.NT Pine , sm.ill family apartments nit outside looms , best locality , modern Improvements. Inquire. I'M Puxtcn block. b97 FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. For rate * , etc , , uttupnfjlnl column ri f/ifa page. 1.1 ANDSOMELY furnlsh looms , with llrst- 1 class bourd. Day boarders solicited. 17J2 Capitol Avenue. M403 2 * DESIRAHLE rooms tf 1th board. 1S22 Chi c.-iso stn-ot. Mliyi 2 "V ICELY furnished rooms und bourd : peed 1 > Incailun : overythlng now and modern. tfiOS.'Ilitli street. MWi 1 * A LARGE noatlv furnUhcd front room and bo.ird for two. * . " > per week , 2011 Hnrnev street. M3J5 3 :1CELY furnlshod rooms with or without board , on motor line HI I ri.J'th ' street. MIU ! 2 * 1DLEASANT room with bourd. References. J. . 2211 ritrnam. 327 5 * FURNISHED room und boaid. 2011 ; Hiirnev street. 324- . " > I A ROE front alcove room with first class Jlioard. References , UUJSOthir. 2111 * ITUHl RENT I'le-isant rooms with or with" Jout bourd atl ) south 25th nvenuo. M2.ll 4 "I/IOR ItKNT Largo south room , with bourd. J-1 2IO'i Dougliisst. M id. IJIUKNIdllKl ) rooms nhd toard. TlOl DodseT J" Midi CLAtriVOrAN I l'orttitcjietteetiii } if flrtt column on HIM pigt. COME ono und all und Icitrn your fnturo As 1 havn been In Om.iha nlno months 1 will start wcat the 10th. Mrs. &to > ur , 4J > N Kith straut , M7 l 1 * MRS. WALLACE , elitlrvoy.-int ; naturally - Kitted : tells past und future , love troub les , absent friends , t-hunzos , travel , business. IJi'i ' Knrnttiii street. Muui J l , \I US. V'OKT , palmist fortune teller , lulls * ' * - past and future from line * of the hand In old sypsy way ; ladles only ; feu Jl.Oi it'll1 } N. S Ui. M7.-K.lla * MliS. Nannie V. Warren.clairvoyant , trum-o sueuMiic , wrlllni ; und roliublo uu.lnos nn'dlum. four years In Omih.x 119 .V. loth. 7W MASS-AUU Madam DoUlcr. over010 S.lath. -.w-jc DrfEsTMA K7N G. or lotts. ttc. , ifelop of font column on thts jhtge H1011 cltts.s cTres. nltklns. J-ivcntnT. " dinner und wcddliu trouso.in u specialty. Pit and style warrHti ed perfect. IU U. Maxwell. Kam 'u block , room IJ,1. lOAJl'J ' * IT'NUAUEMENTS to do dressmaking In fHm- IU llltu. bolli-ltcd. MU $ bturuy , 2C10 Hiiruey street. Maso * PAWNBHOKERS. Mohlc , S. E , cox. Faruum anil llth. 78 FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES. For itifM , f ( c. , tee top of frit colvmn on Ihti page. O SMALL stores for rent. < IS S 10th street. Mrs. S. Lehman , 523 N SOth.lli-M HALl'ofllco torrent In Heo bids ; : low rent , Address O 41 , lleo olllce SI4-w' : "WELLrentedia-roonilHilldlnir with store ' room below , In Jotter's addition to South Umah.1 , at $ .1.500. Mortgaged W'I years at s per cunt- Want to exchange for Omaha business or residence lots. A. K. Rlley , loom 40. darker lllk. M37M 1 F OR REST In Shcntindoah , la. , a good - brick business bouse , third door from Dostofllco. Inquire ot J. 1C. Irvln , Shcnandoah. la M.S K . rooms nt 707 and TO ) South ICth.stoam STOUF. heated. K. 1' . Ulngcr , IJlll Kurtiani. . * 0.1-J27 IPOll UtNT : The 4-story brick bitlldlnz.wlth - 1or without power , formerly occupied by the lice I'liblNhlng Co. , DIG Fumum st. The budd ing hus u llreproof cement Imminent , complete Mc.ini-hoatliir flxlnies.vnitor on nil the lloor * . BUS. otc. Apply at thoolllcoof The Hue. U15 IOU UENT-Orsnle , my building on Jones st. bet. lutb llth. O.A.LIndgulstaiOs.I5tli _ . * 74 TOOK KENT-Dosk room , at OJ1 N. Y. Llf-j 1 ? Iddrf. S'9 ' l OU ItENT-Tho three-story brick tiulld- -L Ing , u in Douglas struct , suitable for wliolo- sale purposes 1110 per month. Uhas Kuuf- nmnn. VAK Douglas st US FO R RENT WAREHOUSE. FOU KENT llnek wnrohon e. two stories ; lileh basement , lijdninlli' elevator , track- utto : liest loritlon In city. A t' . 1'owell. 32t FOR RENT MISCELLANtOUS , * , etc. , tcetnp o/Jlrft foliimn nnthtepiat linAI'--lnci bloele B - - hlRh grnclo , rode months. In extra good repair. Address O Sj. lien. MllSi 1 FOU SALK-Chean. A wood \ \ heeler & \ \ II- > -oii No sowing niachlnc , late improve ments. iom : 14 , llll' block. M'WJ 1 * I HAVE a peed tanie-eruss pasture of 100 ai'ies , 7 miles weit of Omaha , for horses and cattle. Mrs. Ivathrono Krnst , box TWI. Omaha. Nob. M340 C * STOCK ranch for rent ; abundance good water ; good ranee ; SO acres In ciop ; 1'JOO acres fenced. P. O. liox 17 , Hstrr.sburi : . Colo. M31J 7 " \\7E hnro the best horse pn.stnro In this ' -.late , nt Gllmoro Matlun , three inllos outli of onth Omaha ; KiO acres of blue crass , spring water , board fence ; huvo it good one- half mile track on the farm ; will take u few horses or colts to bro.tk or train. Ilartcm .t 1'holDs , or A.V. . i'helps , t bon. Ma.VJ.J6 * WANTED TO RENT. Forralct , etc. , fee tup of ( irsi roluinn on thin VKTANTHI ) To rentg-ooom bouse w Ith barn , ' ' Must uo centrally lociited. Small family ; no children. Ad Jress O M llee , M Js'j , L" " \\7ANTni ) Suite of furnished rooms by a ' i prominent /onus bus ness man. Mu t bo first-class and located between 17th and 23th. Howard and C'hlcaso streets. Hoarding houses need not apply. LusHee. ; C > 3 Formic * , ftr. , Hxtnp nf first column on thu OLDHST. cheapest and best storage house In city. Williams & Cros , , 1J14 Harney street. M4'J7 ' BT.ST storage bulldlirj In Omaha , aovorn- ment bonded warehonso ; household KOOIIS cared for : lowest rates.V. . 51. liushman , 10I" Leavenworth. 1H9 CHKAl'EbT and best storage for furniture. Wells , llll 1'urnani it , 7"J7 STORAGE of household goods ; cloitn , dry place , privately stored , terms moderate ; wo also store atoves durln ? the summer : we will get thorn from the nouses and deliver them In the fall in good trim. Tel. COD. 3207 Douglas. Omaha Ptovo Itepalr Vo ks. 730 FOR SALE FURNITURE ETC. ror talcs , etc. , tee topnf Urtl column on ihli pagt. FfUMTl'Ui : Seven-room Hat cheap : rooms all ranted. 1013 Howard. MDU3 1 * LUCTION Thufeduv : it private sale ; house hold furniture. 1024 1 urnam street. street.MbOG MbOG 4 * HorsrilOl-D furniture , now and second hand , for sale on oisy payments. Call and examine before purchasing. Store 1KI Howard street MIEII , I3J THOIt SALE At a Rioat sacrifice , elesant JL household furniture , line carriage team , carriages , slolcb. harness nnd robes , nl-so line Jersey cow. A. J. Hanscom , lti'4 Douglas st. G07J15 * F OR SALE Fiirnlturo of a 10-room house. Cheap. House for rent Inquire 19J3 Dodeo. 209 FOR SALE HORSES WAGONS ETC. For rates , etc . see foi of frft column onthLi ] TJiOliSALE A family horse , C years ola , J-1 Apply to Ed Myer's barn , Cass streot. be tween 17th and lath stieets. M400 1 rpOP bnpKy price ! C1 : on t me. Oo-Opera- 4. . tlvo Land and Lot Co. 203 N. 10th street. IJ20-1 OR SALE cheap Horse , harness nnd top wagon used sixty days. 2UIG Grace st. MIS07 1 * FOR SALE Dandy road wapon. Can be seen room 4 Heo building , 212 FOR SALE Elesant delivery vrngon. brand new , made In the elty and warranted. M. A. Upton Co. , Heo building. KIT FOR SALE 1 tlotibio carriage. 1 phiicton , 2 horses , l double harness , 1 single harness , 1 fresh milk cow. Inquire at the Uoiton store , 114 South JOth street 133 SALE-Kumlly tarrlaso. Leo vt Nich ols , stublo Sbth and Leavonworth. M503 HORSE auction every Saturday , 2 p. m. , tit Pioneer stables , nth and llarnoy. Horses , wagons harness , etc. Huyers ana boilers should attend these sales. H. 1 Ionian , Prop. R. Wulls. unctloncur. 3oj FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. rnrrate * . etc. . rectnp o/ first "IjlOR SALE Miienlfice'tt uprlsht piano at a JhUs.tcriflcu. . Inquire nt2ll'J C.ilUwoll st. , after 7 o'clock evenings. MlteS FOR PALE An Elegant flro proof safe with burslarchest. I'hll btlniinel , 911 Jones St. , Omaha. Nob. Q3I FfRNlTiniE bousht. sold , stored. Wolls. llll Kurnaiu strcou m WANTED TO BUY. 1'nr ralfji , etc. , tee top o/Arst column on fhtj page. V\7ANTED-'lo buy a second hand two- ' seated CRrriute or nheiitoii for 0110 horse Addiess P. O. Hex 721. MIC' ' 2- \\7ANTED-To buy Rood residence lot 01 ' house and lot , or several lots located so us to make a peed bnlldlns stcht , must be In llrst class residence part of the city. Parties an-iwei IIIR this should glvu full description of property , lowest ] .rlce , terms , whether liicum- liuied , und If so bow much. O 1'J , Hcu olllco. IP you have any old elothns to soil lut nio know by Mall. Kullsh , ' 'las. Uth streut. M C7C-J 10 MISCEt-LANhOUS. for nifr * , ft' . , ure tup uf tint column tin thin pige. " 1)LRTRAITS from bittliiRs or photos. II1.I JUiiingit block. M iJ * , & GRLAT bargitlns In all kinds of jowulry and sllvcrwaro on account of the rucunt .lire. S. Jonasen. l-'arinin and llth streets. 171-JJO GD. CASE Ponnian , .teauhes penman- ship TnesUuy und Thursday OvonliiRs. 214 S. Ifth street. M742 .12 * 1T1NC3RAVINO Wood , linechalk , cto. Work Jin.truntced on time und. quality. Hrlc- huin. south Omaha. . . , MlL/7 Q.\UUKN farm to rent. T. .Murray ; .M743 GOOD homo for ladles during conlltioimmt. luqulro lit Mrs. M. Prasll. 1470 south 10th. _ Mliil J4 MASr-ACiEtrt'atment.uloctro-tliorninl baths itcalp and hnlr trontmont , inantuurd nnd chiropodist. Mts.Post,3194 ! S,15th. WUbnoil blk. 74J PERSONALS. _ For rates , rtc , , tcetapof first column un thn p ig > \\7A TNTED-iJy doiiiostlo litdy iiu \ - a t ae- i ' ( lualntuncu of some peed , honest , sobur. enerwutlo nmn boiwcuu thirty and forty yours of HKU ; bachelor preferred ; object matri mony ; I tnuitn what I suy ; nn trltlurs wanted. Addruss MM Hull. Uniaha.Nub. _ MjlTS-l * VVTANTED-Mn. iCTTcofrey. the \vifo of a i moch-tiilc. to call or addrp > s P. .1 , Contio.- ley. l.sj I'rlneo streui , llrooklyn , X , \ \ to It-urn koniethjiis of itroat Importance , _ M7tO 1 * for aiiHiscinent , Instructon or matrimony Tbu bast earrt poiiduncu bureau , particular * In plain sealed envelope. for Wo. Look Uox. aw. Owahu , ; 16-J BUSINESS" CHANCES. tnlumn nn thlt p3 < 7 . 'n " llIES to Mridloncy ; Is tlio title of L\J our new look , rtimlnlnc ton logitlnmto nnd honorable solieniimior inakltu tnonov on small capital ; cxpo < ivlTlcks nnd sHltullIni ; In business ; Rives ItliiMfJuid advlco that may be worth thousands of&tlollars to you The acheme.s aresoolcarly Militlned any ordinary person can tinderstiiinrtfiam. It will clvo you now Ideas , aid you It ) pliinnlnc other deals and cnnblc you to prasp future opi > ortunltlps. Sent prpjiam for $11 American Hook Co. , Omaha , Neb. 'l ' li.2 ' " ' _ _ . : F"oIT'SA LEOne cft Wio best dul-Iu7 and tnllk rontns In U1"- city of Onn. ia. In- qulroof UV. . Wrlglit anrcnee. NuK "i' Jl * BARHER shop fo > jalo ; 2 chulrv soo.l trade. Address St ; 11 , Mcldje , Ilubron , Nob. MOI3 3 * _ _ _ _ _ _ _ OSEof the best located and finely furnished millinery stores In thestate fur mile cheap. Itlshavlni ; a l. reo tr.ide , everything In Its farori reasons for > olllu2 , sickness mill death ; address O 6 Hoc. S-M 1' _ 1T1OR SALE Stock of druirs and drug sun- JLJ dries. Well assorted , Invoice at ono thou sand dollars ; for s.-ilo If taken at once for seventy cents on the dollar of wholesnlo price ) Will trade for clear property. Address , T. II. Clawson. York. Neb. _ 'JU-JU H XTEI , Lease and furniture of forty room hotel dolnp coed business. Mint bo sold , even at n sacrifice , as proprietor has other business. Centrally located In eUv of : lOOJ. Address \V. \ S. Cooper , No. 10 , Main street. Council lilniri. low > . _ iiflj : < TJ\OR \ SALP Purnlturo and iindcrtaklnz JL1 business In good town , with or without stoic building ; part cash , b.iltitu'0 silt udpu paper ot clear real estate ; Invoices about iJ.wHoxOrJ Lincoln. 7M _ iroll SA LE--An old established nnd Rood Apuylns cl.'ar store ; good reasons Riven for solllnc. K 20 Heo onico r > 'J2 FOR EXCHANGE. Vorrate * . etc. , rcctopof f.rtl column on i T71OR EXCHANGE Insldo cleirlots JL forChlcago property. Address O 55. Heo. Gii\140with hrlclc block of three houses. 10 rooms each , rented for JI.VJ jier month , only four blocks from court house , price i.W.- Ono , Ineiiiubrance iO.OOO. Will trade eiinltv for good vacant lots. E. 1' . Rlugor , loi'J ruinum. 2QS-3 * rpo EXCHANGE forner facing Hunscom JL park and flvo otnor peed lots for Chicago residence property. Address O 40 , Heo.1S.J 1S.J J 20 \\TANTED-To trade piano for a family ' horse and light phaeton buggy. A. Hospu. ISli'lDouglus. 735 CLEAN general stock of merchandise for farm and money. Hot 2U5 , I'runkfort , Ind. 718) ) MONEY TO LOAN RcAL EcSTA l E 7"rr < te * . rtc . c ; tf > p of fimt column on thli pig' Cjl.noi.OO Special fund , to loan on Improved Pproperty. Ueo. J. Paul , 10JO l-'uruuni s * . 131 30 vJI'EC IAL fund of l,00) to lo.in on tlrst rnort- O piiRO by pilvato party. A. K. Rlley , room 40. llarker block. M.I7.S 1 IT1IRST and seconil luoitgago loans Alex JL1 Moore , 401 Heo bldR. SM 7' 0 per Cent first inottjtuRO loans. Richard C. Patterson. i )7 ) New Vork Llfo. M0'.4 MORTJA.ES ( ( wanted' , lout ? or sboit time. George G. W.illacoW10 J. J. Urown build- lir. . ICth und Douglas. , " > bJ MONFY to loan on city property or eastern Nebraska farms. , 'K. F. Rlngor , r > l' ' ) Par- TV ! ONEV to loan on , Improved city property -HJ-at current rates ; .funUs on hand : no de lay. Geo. T. Hlust & Co. , 20J Ramgo bldg. 751 E. & C. M. Anthony , 313 N. Y. L'.fo ' building lend money on farnis In choice counties In Nebraska and Iowa , alto on Rood Omaha resi dence property : lowest rates ; best terms ; no delav ; money ready. TJ.tlos uud values passed on hero. 755 BUILDING loans 0 U ) 7 per cent ; no addi tional charges for commission or attorney's fees. W. H. Mclkle , First National bank bids. 7Vi RIVATE money to loan. J. D. Xittle. 914 N. Y. Life. . 75" "TATORTGAGE loans jyantcd. McUapuo In- J.Tj.vcstmeut company. , 753 MONEY to loan on Oh'taha property , fidel ity Trust company. 1014 1 amain , 75' ' ) EASTERN money to loan at very low rates. II. li. Iroy , 2 0 N. Y. Life. M303 CHEAP Monov PI lla. Mortgage and Trust Co. , wants gilt ediro loans. Geo. W. P. Coates icpresontatlve , 7 Hoard Trade 001 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS , Forratc * , etc. , tcctop of frtt coliim i on thla pjgc. MONEY to loan by H. P. Masters on chattel and collateral securities for any tlmo from 1 to 12 mouths , In any amount to suit bor rower. Loans made on household Roods , pianos , or- RUHJ , horses , mules houses , leases , warehouse iecelptsetc.at the lowest rates possible with out publicity or removal of property. My loans are so arranged thatyou can make a payment of any amount at any time and re duce both principle and Interest. If yon owe a balance on your property or have a loan that yon want changeo. 1 will pay It off and carrv It for you. If you llnd It tnoro convenient cull up telephone ) 1 < * 21 and your business will be arranged at home. Money always on hand. No delav. No pub licity. Lowest rates. H P. Musters , Room4 , Wlthnell blk. 15th and llarnoy sts. ; 7ci MONEY loaned on furniture , live stock.ctc from 1 to n mouths , without publicity ; lowest rates. Duff Green , room 2U , Continen tal block. 210 J27 /CHATTEL loans at lowest rates. 9.21 Now V York Llfo bulldliu. R. A , Morris. 674jai * H A. DARNER loans money on chattel so- curlty. Room 51 , Chamber of Commerce. M.i'Ja 19 /"CHATTEL bank , 1119 S. 15th St. . loans money V-A > n chattels orcollutcral at reasonable rates TfiJ MONEY on furniture , horses , etc. Keystone. Mortgage Co. . room 203 i-heely block. MS01 MASSAGE , BATHS ETC _ For rates , etr. . fee tiipufftnt ailiiiiui < in f/i ( < p c MASSAGE cabinet baths , tape worms cared In 21 hours. MdmoGuorottc , lO.'J Dodgo. M707 ,111 * _ MISS STOWE , masaouse , olectrluliin. 3ii : Ramgo block. M UsS , 5 * MASSAGE Madam Delzlor , ever CIO S. 13th 2UO-JG * _ LOST Vor rates , ttr. , tet top of first lulumn onthtipigi. LOST Small Mexican dog. 85 tow urd for re turn to ? J4 S , IBth street , M 151 2 * tfrrntet. ett . tee ( o ifr ' J a-iuinn oni < ( HE. COLE , rental Agency , Contliioiilal blk ' i ! ' 741 . MUSIO ART AHO LAINGUAGE. l-'orrj ( , etc. . tecti > pi > f''lrj' column on thli pig ) G Eo. r. Gullcnbeck. ttauchcr of tbo banjo , with llospe , 151.1 iJouulus- . 24'j ' BEl'ORE buying a iditno examine the now scale Kluiball plantv-A.HoiUc-.I5U Douglns. 77o PAT1ERN5 AND MOD ELS. . - - - - - ii-i-i ii i - - -i-u nrL rL O SANDERSOM , cohior 15th and Jackson. JL\ . tU < < 110-J24 * _ _ _ Forrntes , etc. , tcetopof'fiM column on thli page. BEST line hair goods tu west ; nulr dressing , wigs switches bxivlT. , hulr chains , etc. , u specialty. Oa\ los , liaatr luoods nnd mllllnor , opposite postolllce llli ! > U5th nt , . Omaha. 75J PATENT SOLICITORS. _ tor rule * , etc. , tee topoffirit couinn on tlili pay IJATI.NT lawyers a-id Milloltors D. V.SuoTi -L Co . Hcu ImUdtn ? . Oniuha. llr.inh ullk-u at WuiUlnztnn. D. 0. Oonsuitjtlon froj. 761 6 B llon . . cd Ki&F tltuJer - * * / flFEn l < eantiful # % & & Picture Dix.V and ccrds " ? &r"'N > ' " > ' wntlOBiT < in iddrw ! r- ? XS * L uUIBE8 Jt W . MW h . P llidnliJii Dr. Io Duo's I'erlodiual I'ills. Thl Kruncli remodr acti dlrecllr upon Iho gonera- tire ontuu nml curoi mppruiilan ut thu murnej. llurihns ) lor W , toaean be maliuJ BhouW not bo ui HI ! during prvKoancr Jobtier < , druk'gUtianil tbo public lupvlloti br UuuUman limit < - > Umalia K. J IVi'kuraunrt ' llowarit iljcri. B .utlt Ouialll , M B lilUuia iJ. \ . foitcr , Uuuncll Uluflt. I 4 IMXCHIiD PACE , BLUE Lll'S. Why a Lady Was So Unattractive. "t saf 11 lady with pinch ; d features blue lipami a ruddy nose. us 1 canto down In the cart this morning. " said ono of the loading doctors of America recently. "She wan un happy , and really did tint know Iho cause. Hut T as a physician , though never ImvliiR scon her before , knew exactly the .source of her trouble. What was It ? She was sutrerliiK frntit raularla. This , you know , l < now the pro it disease , and It scents to b-j-on the In- crease. " "Is nialarli dangerous doctor' " "res , und no. It Is tlio Indirect cnu o of many , porhtttH most dlseus > " < . and It always puts nperson In u condition to Invite disease , although It is bad oiintich of Itself. " "And what do you do fur lt > " "Ah ! Tli-rc Is the liunle t pirt : of the sub- lect. The principal remedy lias I eon nil nine , but ltlsnotulw.ysudvlsthle , One. thine however - over , li almost a nei-essitj , In any cue of malaria , anil that Is a pure stimulant , prefer ably whiskey.Vherelt Is tlio rlnht Mud It -eeins to kill all the itiirms of maliria , < iulukcr Omit any other Known thin/ . " The lemarksof the doctor arc most valu * able , but hodld not KO on to state what Is kno-nn to the writer that tilth himself anil most prominent p'lyslcliins pio-orlbo Duffy's 1'ttre Mult Whiskey. Their rei-om for tills nro ninny , theprlnc'p u onis being that It Is the i nly medicinal whiskey In tlio market and the ouly ono wliluh for years has stool the most strutInlMna chentli'i.l tests. Of course cl c tpcr and Impure whiskies hue lio'ti iid- vocalic ! and eert iln nn Tiiplntis dealers try to soil them bi't-iim they ertn make a larger profit upon them than tliev e.in upon a pnro and expensive whlskcv lik - IhtlTv's Malt , but anvoiiowho de Iies he.iltii and t-i keen off m ilarla shnuld Insist upon haIm ? OutTyS and 11 l.o no other. _ FOR SALE REALT&TATE. I'm ratr * . ttr. . rtr tnpnf dr f inltirnii enid ) UJ O'Fir 1' e ! It atiTTI ai"e7""lie" 'i.\ 111 f 111 east front -Jlof , very cheap for cash. Make an o'Ter. lioorirp li Wallace , 310 J. J. lro ! n bloei. . K.tlt and Douglas. ITK-'W Foil SA M" J-room house , full lot , less than 'I miles from postolllce. iTOO , on easy | > ay- munts. s.rooin housu nnd lot.Monmnuth Park , pasv u.iymcnts , ! , iX . 3-rooni linuse and lot. Monmontli Park , easy payments , Jl.tKlO. Mnn- miMith Park has elty water , uas. sidewalks and motor line. Uood eottage , full lot.tiO-fout , frou , . ? uward nuaristh. e isy terms , fJ.OV ) ; ; ! 0- feet front. liKK ( ) . New C-riHim house , full lot. ( Mflon Hill. i.MWO. ea y payments. Heorgo G. Wallace , U10.I. J. Urown block , Itith A : Douelas. ITt-jH rOK SALK I'our finest , now three-story Mono houses In elty. - ' . " > th nnd Cass stieets , one block south of Crel hton college ; all modern - ern Impro\ement9 , hardwood tliiNh. elty and soft water , heated bv latest Improved hot water system , electric llsht anclbcllstlirongh- out , plato and art class , elegant hardware , electrli' and sas UMures , on motor line , paved street , healthy location , most desirable nolRb.- boihood. I'artles clnslrlng vlogant nnd com fortable homes are Invited to look at these buildings , II. T. Clarke , s. w. cor. SSth and Cass , or rooms 11) ) and a ) , board of traclu bulld- Inir. U 5 ADMIN'IHTKIX Halo at north door of court hoiide. 10 a. m. . June fi , of undivided 'i of lots 14 and 15. block li Patrick's addition , fronting on s-aunders street. M 1)0 ) 5 * A run property. 1 have the finest tract of land In houth Omaha , and can sail at very lowest llpuro fiom 10 to 5J acres air ! is the choicest kind of land for platting. A. K. Itlley. room 40 , lliirkor liloL-k. MJ7S 1 HA VI ! MO acres of tlio best li iroved and finest farms In western Iowa , i'tlce , ? 14- 41X ) ; encumbered $2Si ! ) . llu\o too much stock for the farm and want to net Nebraska farm In e\uh inpu , whore would have room for rat tle. . A. 1C. Klloy , room 40. Harkor lllk , M fc 1 FO1 ! South Omaha property , nusilioss , truck age or residence , so tu the leadln ; real es tate dealers In 5outh Omaha , Ld Johnston & Co. . cor. i4th and N sts. M7C.1 JL. Klcc , io.il estate. 92i Life bulldlnjr. . liM.r' * ITUVn-room houses in Orchard Ulli , $ l.r > 03 -L each on monthly payments. Thomus K. Hall , ail Pa.xtou blk. 74i FOIJ SALE A Quo 8-room cotlace ; , with bath , city water. sa . etc , In choice part of Orchard Hill add. , 2'i block from motor lint ! ; price and terms reasonable. I. L. Illumor.1)1 ) and Sffii llrown block. : ,2.-"i "OOOH hculth compels owner to leave the Jcity ; will sell the best built live room eot- taco In Omaha for J1.900 , cheap at-00eash ! ; and monthly payments. Hare chance to get a nlco homo. Alex .Moore , 401 Heo Hldg. M34Q 1 11'you want to tray or ell lots In Dundee Place addresser call , VV. . Poor , 240 Ilco bl'd'g. Ma I a i * IlOIIIilNS.real estate. 10.X1N. Y. Llfcbldg . . . . S10J.S * FOIISALH niegant homes on montly pav- nients. Will build any priced homo to suit you. H. t1. Klnircr. 1310 P.irnam. JOT-J-7 * POIl BALE A fine Improved fnrm of L-00 uere.s ; 1UO under cultivation ; shade ttces ; fruit , windmill , wagon sualos. ol . ; 10J miles wostof Omaha ; J20 per aero. Address G 43ltee. 7C7 FOR SALE , cheap , easy payments : lii-story new l-room house , with bath , cellar , etc. ; full lot. N. Sholton. 1614 1'arn.im. nil J.I. GIBBON , solo agent Kountzo Place. room a , Crelgliton blouk. UJI FOK riALK Choice Improved property brliuin j In good rental Tor clear lots. Hob- ort U Garllclis.l"J ) > . V. Life lildg. MJIB 2 * "IJ OK SALK To worklugmen only ispoeu- -L1 lators need not apply ) on time or monthly payments a neat cottage at less than actual value. Inside property , only ouo block to electric lino. Inquire at room i0i. ! Onriha. National bank building MaiXi Macbeth's " pearl top" and "pearl glass" lamp-chimneys do not break from heat , not one in a hundred ; they break from accidents. They are made of clear glass as well as tough , as clear as crystal. They fit the lamps they are made for. Shape controls the draft ; they are shaped right. Draft con tributes to proper combustion ; that makes light ; they im prove the light of a lamp. But they cost a dealer three times as much as common chimneys , and , as they do not break , he is apt to be anxious lest they stop his trade. Di minished sales and less profit are not agreeable to him. , There are two sides to the question. Have atalkwith him. I'lttsburg. GLO. A. iUcntTii & Co. On the Trac'k and in the Stub'o. Kentucky Is wild on High Tariff just now. The suburban hnndiiMp will bo run at Shcepshoad Hay , Juno 10 , Tonny is a favorIte - Ito uud sellinu 4 to 1. Tournament is favored 8 to 1 , and Fircnzl at J to 1 bus a regiment of backers. "Poor , broken-down Tonny' " How ho did sbow his boels to tbat Hold. The Brooklyn handicap distance was covered inJ:10 : and 20,000 people saw the raco. Tonny , 1'rinco Uoyal , Tea Tmy and Judco Morrow were all in a bunch nt the iliiish. Garrison , on Prince Koyul'.s bnck , laid on the whip , but place was the best ho could gut a short head m nil- van co of Tea Tray. In John Hplan's lbi ! ) stable will boNarldad , S:52h ; Nubby , J.-1SU ; Passenger , : > : : jO ; ShawhanJ:2. : . " > ; Ciuess So , , ' : . ' ) ; jiaronstcin , by Baron Wllkos ; Student of Socrates , out of Halllo Woodward ; Fern U'llkes.by WllUos Uoy , JiUI'j' , Voodoo , by Sultan , and several ot tiers of tuoro or less promise. Navidad , by \Vliipx , out of Lady Thoruo ( dam of Kunta Clnun , J J7-jj , bv Williams' Miuibriiio , U the stnr of the strinc , oosonoa "Deacon Jim" Whltficld , if thn report bo true that ho showed a nillo lu 2l5if : ooforo ho was placed \vlutur quarters and Is said to have shown even butter than 'JI5. : At any rate ho has been matched against NnUon for f 1,000 u side , nnd it will bt > well for the follower * of tbo bip riiiK to keep their cluirvo\ant o > o on him. Ho was oa t last se.isou tvlth Marvin's Palo Alto string anil Is a fair trotter of the bulldog tyno. John Madden of Lexington bought this coining "phenom" Ia t season nftcr seeing him snatch n well llnishod heat from the Missouri wonder , McDool. owned by J. II. Oglebay of this city n . IlulTalo McDoel ImU won tbo first heat , and laying up in the second and tbini was grabbing the fourth , but Navidad i-amo on with a null aim beat bun , Alter thiu .N'um'jrino ' Maid went on and wou tuo THEATRICAL TALK IN SUMMER Billy Birch a Comedian of Eminent Ability , ALEXANDER SALVINI ON FENCING , AVlinro tlio Ony ninl < of IMiiuinRO NCst Through tlio Dojj-Days Attraction1 * I' Tor tlio Uoiul. To conduct one's self with dignity and at the same tlmo bo effective In n fighting or a uiurdor scene on the stneo whore the weapon is the sword or any form ol a rapier , ono must have aomo knowledge of the art of fencing , says Alexander tialvinl , son of the great Othello. Vervofton actors make them selves ridiculous In murder beetles by the lack of such knowledge , and Often , too , pain ful injury is inlltctod by men inexperienced In the use of the sword. My father otico came so near injuring ma serl ] ous Itn a duil sun tint i the part in the play was taken out. The injury was inflicted , not because ho didn't know the use of the sword , but because/ his feelintjs so completely carried him away that no torgot the use of : U 1 was playinc Autld- ins to his ( Jonoliinus , and in the scene where ho assaults Aulldlus ho rushed at mo with his sword and kept plunplng so violently that it was almost impossible to parry bU thrusts. TIOIMvai some tiroporty which was to have boon used , but there wasn't any necessity for Its use , for when 1 went off the staco I was bloodlni ; o.uito freely Irom sev eral very smart scratches Once his sword cut completely throuph my shield , and another time ho wounded mo in exactly ton different places. Then \\o concluded it was time to cut out the perilous part. Thcro are any number of would-be stars to bo had , but very few deserve the name , said a well-known theatrical manager looking for a star , to the dramatic editor. " 1 was looKtng over the available supply a day or two n o and fell to wondering wuorO wo nro going to find worthy successors to 13ooth , Uarrett , Jefferson , Florence , Hobson , Crane , Clara Morris , Mary Anderson , Fanny Davenport nnd a few others. Thcro are any number of candidates for the vacancies , as 1 said , but not ono of thorn could stand tlio test for four or rtvo seasons without going to pieces. If I were looking fora man who , by a few years' grooming , could talto Uooth's place , where would I tiud him ( Suppose 1 wanted a man to follow Jciror on , in what quarter ol the world could I locate him ! A successor to Clara Morris would bo equally as diflicult to produce. 1 admit that there are some clover young actors on the stage , John Drew , Louis James , James O'Xoill. Robert Mantoll , John T. Sullivan , Hlcharil Mansfield and Nnt cjoodwin , for instance , but would any of thc-.o llll a gap in the ranks of Iho older actorSuch ! women as Koso CoRhlun , Ada Rohan , Julia Murlnwo , Margaret Mather and Marie Wainwright - wright deserve unreserved pr.iiso , but I don't believe auy ouo of them will live as long in a history of the stage as some of our older women stars. Probably it is because the world doesn't appreciate them and pre fers horse play and furco comedy. At any rate , as I was' saying , if I wanted a star of the very lirst artistic magnitude 1 wouldn't know where to find one. " Mr. James Owen O'Connor will sail in July for Kuropo to seek much needed rest. Ho will return In September , it is hoped , men tally refreshed and ready to rattle urounct in Mr. ' Booth's place next season. Ho still suf fers severely at times from the concussion , irritation and temporary deafness resulting from the presence cf some foreign substance , supposed to be the fragment ol an nnicmic eggshell , which ho got in the oar while play- iiiK Hamlet at Hoboken , JN. J. , three years ago. Colonel John L. Sullivan will also go abroad this summer , as lie says , to got tiardou to 'sock a little pop and high pur poses into his line in the great melodrama 'Honest Hearts and Willing Hands. ' ' ' Colonel Sullivan will return In the fall , in time.it is thought , to moisten his hands and elevnto the stage hcxt season. He will also do all ho can to poraiiado Mary Anderson to return to the stago. Ho is looking also for a play that has an unsealed doom in it , Ho says tbo old drama with the scaled doom is getting passy and blaze. Jle will eet hold of a doom that is not subject to letter rates , if ho can. _ Elusion ! and Dramatic. Tschaikovskv , the eminent Russian com poser , will return to America next autumn. The lady orchestra is now an assured tiling. Miss Maud Powell will bo its ditec- tor. Henry firing comes to America this sum mer as the guest of Ansiustin Daly. The trip is absolutely for pleasure. Miss Fanny Kico has finally secured a comedy , in which she will star next season , entitled "A Jolly burpriso. " It is .said to bo from tbo French. Sagar and Fnnnio Midcely have been en gaged by Samuel Popular Cox for Dotinolly and CJirard'b "Natural Gas" next season. Louis Harrison will bo the principal come dian in Dave Henderson's now bu "Sinbnd the Sailor,1' at the Chicago opera house this summer. Irene Kent , a young and handsome Brook lyn girl , and tno daughter of a newspaper writer , is to make her debut as a .star in Sep tember. uuder a competent manager. She will appear in a now emotional play called "The Child of Destiny. " MM. J. W. Cotton will summer with the greatest teacher of vocal music in this coun try , and that is sayini : a great deal , Mine , Louise Cappiai.i- Young , at her beasido cot- taco on the Now Jersey coast. In a card to the public Mr. Stetson ac knowledged that , ho has no right in "Ham- lut. " Ho says ho only claims the authorship ola few of the local gags. The plav it-oil , he says , is the property of Mr. Palmer. There will bo two companies on the road next , season playing "Two Old Cronies. " Ada Deaves , who carries the pmy , remains with the company managed by W. C. Ander son , which will bo known as "Tho Unique Come'Jmns. " From Now York comes the rumor that Nahan Franko will have charge of tbo mu lc for Kiralfy'-s spectacle , "Thn Fall of Jerusa lem , " nt Kldorado on the Palisados. Jf Fanko is wise ho will stick to obambor music and lot the circus kind religiously alone. This week Fanny Davenport is acting "Cleopatra" in Newark , N. J. U will bo tbo lluul week of he.1 scascn and she will then go to her summer homo at Canton , Pa , to nurse * her mother , who is still very ilj. It nad been her intention to got to IZuroiie , but under tlio circumstances , she of course will not leave. Miss Coghlan intends appearing in a play called "Dorothy's Dilemma. " Ji is another version of the ( Jermau plcco from which Helen Uarry's successful comedy , "A Night's Frolic , " Is takoa. There will ba live or six versions of the sumo picco on the road the coming season. _ _ _ The Hotel Colon Is ttio best iu Valparaiso as good , perlmns , us u fourth-rate boarulng hou.- In Now York , but ohnrges are tromun- doii'i. It Is kept by an aireu Hebrew named Kcrbonhardt an undo ( so bo toils mo ) of tlio illustrious actress , Sarah UornhanH , who dropped tlio KUL' from her oognoniBn when she wont on tha stnco in defiance of the wishes of her family. Thus writes Fannie n. Winu in tlio Philadelphia Uo.wd. Miss Carrie Wyatt who is playing n minor character in "Tbu Buvoy1 * in the widow of ( ! co. 11. Lounsborry. cashier of tuo New York po.toftiie ; for u porlo-i of seventeen jcm. It will bo reinomboroU that on his death , having shot himself , his accounts wore short $ -1)1,0 ) 10. His actress wife rull.er tnan rest under the sligtnu sncrillced ov"ry- thing , including his lifo insuranci' , to pay the shortage , now she has rotwned to tbo stage for a living. An enterprising manager of Toledo will in troduce u bit of stage realism in a new L'nclo Tom company which ho has oiX'anUud for next Moason. It con-slnu In killing Undo Tom in a brutal way each evening ai'd sot- tluig for him at the box oftlca Bovural alnu- houses Imvo offered to sign for tlio ( .oason , agreeing to furnUh as high as twenty ITndo Toms each , provided their names are not used. The manager thinks it , will bo a great card. Ho will also dUchargo tbo little Kvn h < > had lat season and ongiu'o her daughtor- in-Uw in her placo. HI * forciwr llttlo Kva will celebrate bur goldun wedding in Septem ber. Illily Hircb and mnolf were morn tiers ot IVrham's minstrels In l-oi , suld J u lion- uett of Lo Augolos the otuer duto tliu writer. Ho was the funniest mau on the minstrel stage , do wivs not n singer or a musician , but ho kept nn luullciicoln laughter from tbo tltno bo canto on the stage till ho disappeared. He did not know how funny ho was himself. H was not alone the nudl- enitj whoonjoyod his wit , buttho | iKirformi'ra also. He was always ready to pick up some thing that some of Uio mcmboniof the trouno bad boon doing und tell It. Of course. It amused tbo nudlonceand tickled the members of the company. The tlrst minstrel show Ulllv was IntorcstPil In was the Hlrcb , Wain- bold , llarkus and Heruuril combinntion. Tlic-v intxdo n great deal of money In Now York Dtirlne tba vncatlon season tlioy used to take a trip to tbo country for two weeks nnd al ways bring back J'XX ( ) each. They usi\l to spend the summer tn Kuropp or nt the fash ionable watering places. Wnmbeid is now living In New York city In luxury , but poor lie , ilth. Backus is dead nnd Bernard Is liv ing on his money In Now York city. The play In which Kva Hav Hamilton Is to appear next November Is entitled "Tho Ham- merlons. " In the opening act she will ap pear as Nadlno Brenn , and lit the subsequent three acts she will assume the role of MIN Hnmmerton , which is n pnlp.lblo play upon Robert Kay's family name. The surprising revelations nro promised for tha fourth nnd last act. As yet the cast has not been en tirely arranged , but It will bo In part as fol lows : Nadlno Hrcnn [ Mrs Robert Ray Hamll < Mrs. Hammerton > ton. . Mr. Hammerton . . . . Mrs Vinton . . . "Josh" Dan ( Mrs. Vin ton's HUH ) . Lawyer Howe , also a dotcctlvo . Nurse Connelly . Baby 1 1 ammerton . There will bo fourteen characters In tbo play. The compiuy has not iw yet boon engaged - gaged , but promise Is tmide that It will bo a strong ono. The scones of the play will bo laid In Now York nnd vicinity and nt Atlantic Citv , whore the stabbing of Nutso Donnelly llrst revealed Robert Ray's unfortunate nmr- tlal complications. In the initial net will bo portrayed tlio llr t meet ing between Mr. Hnmmerton and Nadine Bronn nnd tholr subsequent mar- rlago. The second and third nets will deal with their married life. The climax in the third act will bo the stabbing of thu nurse at Atlantic City. to it \\liv IVnori , Constublu Ciooi-Ro \ \ \ McCluskoy , whoso bailiwick is in the western part of Hill county , Texn > . met with nn experience - porienco recently that will lon roiiinin fresli in Ills memory , llo urreslod n mnn fflvlnt , ' his name as C' . C' . Lewis on two charge * of hort-o steaUnjr pending in tlio courts of Dallas against him. Ho kept the prisoner nnd the nllogecl stolen stock in his po ses-Mon anil charge for some hours. Whuii ho started for Hillsboro , borne thirty miles distant , fur the purpose of reporting to ShcritV t'ox with his booty , Luwis bucceodecl in con vincing Iho coiiMtablo that it was all a mistake- about his having stolen the property , and on his trip McCluskey omitted to hamlculT hi& prisoner. The otlicer necked the two alleged stolen horses together , placed his pris oner on ono and rode the other himself. After they had traveled a short dis tance , Lowib , who was much larger than the otlicer , suddenly turned in hit > baddlo and dealt McCluskey a blow with his fist whicli for the time being ren dered him unconscious , and also dig mounted him. Lewis then dismounted' secured the olllcor's pistol an d proceed 01 to heat him in an unmerciful manner Constable McCluskey regaining his sens > " 3 , and lindinjr 'his pistol gone , pleaded with his. late prisoner for his life. The latter finally desisted from his blows , covered the olliccr with the pistol he had robbed him of , forced him to take a pair of handculls from his pocket and lock himself to a barb wire fence near by and then throw the key to the lock on the handculls in a brus.li pe. Lewis then robbed the officer of $1 10 in cash , which ho had in his pocket , swapped lints with him , shot one of the liorseb dead , mounted tlio other , nnd , with his captor's line fcaddlo , pistol , brand now hat , and the nionov above mentioned in his possession , coolly tipped his hut to Oflieer MeCluakoy , and , after wishing him good luck , proceeded on his journey us though nothing had transpired to mar the bcronity of the surroundings. Parties passing along the road after the lapse of some time , discovered the unfortunate oflicor's predicament and liberated him by breaking the fence wire. Every effort made thus far to oirecttho capture of this modern Claude Duvnl has proved futile. At this time there nro twenty Texas sherifl't. on the lookout for Lewis. Oflieer McCluskoy is badly beaten and bruised up , and is very much chagrined to think ho could bo &o thoroughly taken in. He IP regarded as ono of the bnivebt and most humana oHiccrs in Toxns. Itoinancf of Counterfeiting. Charles II. Smith , the man who kept the government authorities in alarm for twenty years by his astonishing counter feits , is at present living in New York city , where ho wanes at his trndo as an engraver. Hrockway , his former part ner , who printed the plates which Smith executed , is in Now York also. Tlio con spiracy in whicli they were engaged was the most formidable that was over di rected against the securities of a nation , and yet Smith has never hpont a day in jail. Ho turned ntntoV evidence. A very dramatic piclurr. ' , that of Smith , working for twenty jo.mi for Iho banknote note- companies in New York eminent in his profession , rcspoctod by all , his daughter the wife of a well known ban le er nnd .spending his leisure Hours dur ing nil that time in the preparation of an astonishing series of imitative mmos. Colil Clinrlty. A Brussels banker ib fond of exorcise. As an exhibition of his skill in skating , ho made his niitogr.ijili on the ice in a very artistic manner. Some gentleman , having admired thosignaturepi'ocuedoa to write above it as folhnvb : , ' On demand I uroinino to pay for the benefit of the poor the sum of 6.0UU franc.- ' . " They sawed out the block of ice and having called a hack , proceeded to thu baiiK and carried the fro/on notenf hand of foot , wo mean to the cashk'i 's counter. The cold temperature happily prevented the molting away of Iho ly l draft , and the banker having boon ap pealed to ordered It to bo paid. The directors of the American Trotting Hegistr-r association have rosoivod that the government of light harness contests would bo .strengthened bv having but ono adminis tration for the country , am ! the officers of the National Trotting association and of the American Trotting association Imvo been asknu 10 titko .stops which ; \ill result In union or consolidation. Each Season Has ItH own peculiar malady , hut with tlio liluoil maintained In nstato of uniform vigor and purity , b ) tlieuicof Aycr'shnrsapurllla. thu sjslfrn u-ndily nditjits ltslf to clinngod condillona. f 'ompnti-d of thub itat ! < 'ir.tlru.s nnd tomes , and hi'ing highly conccntrutcd. A > cr'j b.irsniarllln is thu nu t cITectlvc and economical of nil blood medluitii-g. "Korsome years , at thu return of spring , 1 had si-riuus trouble \\llh my kidneys. I was unable to sleep nights , and .sullercd greatly with pains lu the small of 1115 hack. I waf uho ailllcted with liyiJ.'iclic , lost ( if appotltn , and Indigestion Tlio-uj yniitomi | ucru much now tail spring , o > i > clally the trouble with my back , A friend [ cisu.-ulcd me to usu Ayt-i's Sarsupaillla. I tciMU taking It , and my troubles all dUuppfiirvd. " Mrs. Uenevra llelatigtr , 24 llrUgu St. . d , Mass Ayer's Sarsaparilla I'KKI-AUKI. MT DIl. J. O. AVEK rt : CO , Lowell , Uni * . , tlnxibVur