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Y' v THE OMAHA DAILY J3EE ; MOKO/VY , JUNG 5 , ISM. 7 SPEGIRL NOTICES. 'A nvnnriflicMKNTa ron THKSB COLUMNB /Vwllllin takonnntll I1:1W : p. m. for lh otenlnu jnrt until 8IU : p.m. for tbo morning and Bandar < < mien . . . AdT rtl * rs. by roqnentlnir numbered check , enn ' .I T their iiniworii addremed to n numbered lai tier , 'ncursorTHf. HUE. Answers so odd raised will bo j6lBMcd ! upon proontstlon of tlm cliccli. SITUATIONS WANTED. , nates. l e n word flrit Iniertlon , lo word thcre- \fter. \ .VoihlnK taken for lo s thtnMo. A-tlV AN ACTIVK MAN Of HKFEUKNCK. AS ' bookkeeper , copylit or offlca work ofonr kind , 'f hero honesty and merit will bo appreciated. Ad- * , , ress J 6 , He * . 6337 WANTED MALE KEEP. ! j Itatos , 1 > < 0 a word flrit Insertion , lo a word there Uftcr. Nothlnii taken lor lei than J.'o , ff'6-WANTKD. THAVKI.iNtJ SALKHMKN TO l/Jfoll baking iiowdor. Wo put our goods In glass Vailing pins. 1)0 month salary and oiponsos , or J3 Ker cent commission. Bend stamp for reply. Fhlcazo Ilaklng I'owder Co. , 7C7 Van Huron at , ilhlcsito. * " > ' IU-J-TWO ACTIVK BALK8MEN , CITY BUSINESS , " * - - - - employment and well paid. Apply B | - - M3..S 10 ' -ntfJl'AYTO LODOK OH < 1AN17.KIIS. IllcaT Blck nnd death bonent order. Address , Amerl' Mil. M ! & _ < an ITotcotlto Uiaitue , tlaltltnore , > -WANTUtTltAVKLINr > SAI.KSMItN EXI'ICHI- w.onccil In stock food trade ! reference required ! w.- food raonor lo good men. Address Wilbur Seed ' , leal Co. , Milwaukee , WIs. 6HJ30 * I-WANTKD , ? GOOD COAT MAKEHS. CI1AS * JAron. frote , Nob. Mm I-WANTKI ) . BLACKSMITH llUU'KU AT IBJi ) V. lllh. Ilelnhardt&Co. COS 6 * -WANTKI ) , TWO KXPKUIKNCKII HALKSMKr- B In retail store , ono for dry Kooils nnd ono foi fbtolhlng. anod salary for competent men. Nt Lather need apply , inquire Monday , Juno 6 , V to I : YV m. , aUI3f\orth 16th street. e i > -U" TOU WANT A GOOD TAYINO JOH WHITE i the Unwks NUricry Co. , Milwaukee , WIs. " -WANTKI ) , A VOUNO MAN FOR BALRSMAt- acquainted with thociockery buslnois , Addrcsi [ v lth reference only , box 038. Omaha 1 * . O. MC04 6 J-WANTKI ) , MHN TO TH A VKL AND TAKK OH - -Jdora for cluara : KM to flOl a month and ox Ipenses. Address with stamp tha lllo Oranrte Co. lufland IQB Wnbasu OTO. , Chicago. M633 6 * ITWANTHD,3 ) OOOD NKWB AOKNT3 TO HUrl I -l > on train. Apply in person to Hallway News Co. Lincoln , Nob. MB77 0 IlTl-WANTKI ) , COMl'KTKNT ETMNOOHAl'UKH \ JJprof orenco given to telrnrnph operator. Ad ] .Uress written application to 1'oycko Hros. MC35 6 * 1 WANTKI ) , AN ASSISTANT HOOKKKKI'HH . .must bo quick and accurate at tlcuros. Appl : to The Singer M'f'K Co..room 13 , Crclghlon block. MCS'J 11 - ) , WOOD TUHNKH TO WOI11C I ! _ job shop ! must bo wllllnu to work at other kind Vlfwork about shops steady employment to tin tf.tlght man. Address Falrbury 1'lnnlHK Mills , Kali fflury.Nob. MC88 5 jJj-p-WANTKI ) , A 8TATK UISt'HUSKNTATIVIS 11' > Jtho largest manufacturer In the west ; v.111 mak flvo years' contract with llnanclnl rcspoiiHlbl Vparty. Most staple line lu the market. Addres P. 7. lloo. MC87 6 * - , STHONO I1OV 10TO 19 VUAllSOI.I to learn mechanical trade. Address U GO , Ho fRlea. tAl a WANTED FEMALE HE1.P. _ , Hates IXon word flrit Ir.iortlon , lo a word thort f tter. Nothing tnkon for less than 25a - , " I7AIHKS TOi WIllTK AT HOMH Enclose stamped ouvolopo. Itllo. Worst , Sea , [ aoulli llond , Ind. 43 Jn-MAN AND Wlb'K , JIO.UO : M MKN , 100 QlllLi f Jj.00 to 10.00. Canadian oltloo , 1503 Karnaiu. ' 'P-WANTKD , LADIB.4 KOll I'LISABANT. 1MIOKI \v table homo work. I'rof. McLean , Arcade hnto /Douglas / and 13th. streets. 6107 * 1-WANTKD , A COOK AT U19 CU1I2AQ street. Mail ? Diltfl-WANTKl ) , Olltl , FOll GKtlEHAL HOUS1 ' small family , 1357 N. 1'Jtb. 67l ! 7 * I-A Q1HL WANTED AT 1821 FAUNAM BT. C 699 6 * - ) , ISXl'EHHINCKD t COOK W1TU IIKI C-WANTKI N. 18th. 604 7 . - WANTED , Q1HL AT 1810 CALIFOHNI C- ' . 63J 7 * - , NKAT MIDDLE-AGED OR KLDKI ly housekeeper for widower with 3 chlldrei Apply , Mrs. llnloy , 103 3. mh avo. 673 3 * - . GIRL FOR GENERAL HO U S C-WANTED. ! . lUth st. 600 3 * BENT HOUSES. IFORHUNT , HOUSKS IN ALL PART3 0 Jd . The O. F. Davis company. 1505 Farnam s 440 TV-IO-UOOM nousK , 2100 DOUGLAS STRUK' JyKnquIro of Morltz Meyer , cor. 10th and Farnai , -TKN-ROOM MODKRN HOUSE , GOOD LOO I ) ; tlon ; rent moderate. L. S. Bklnnor.lUU Farnai 443 \-7-HOOM HOUSK. KABT FHONT , ALT , MOI orn , $25.00. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1703 Farnom. , -3 AM ) 4-UOOM Al'AUTMKNTS , VON DON D block , with steam ; references required81U8 ; K - ItKNT. 10-UO3M MODI9UN HOU3 . ' 4Bultnhlo for rooinorn nn J boarilura. Mil Harm ctreet. 10-room modern hoiuc , 22IB Lcnvenwori treet , only 125.00. 01110 nice cottngoi. 11. U. Cla &CO. , U13 llnrnoT elreot. M53I liTrv KOIl ItKNT , a-ltOOM COTTAU15 FOll CO JU orcd people , 203 North 13th st. M6l -8KB a J. KHNUALI , , IIUUWN IIUII.WSO. Ml > 32 JIS 11RNT , COTTAHK , IMHO13 I'OllC lot barn. tb and .Nicholas , two bloc tfrom Walnut Hill motor. Inquire at comptrollni lofflco. MB * V-I-HOOM KI.AT , > 1T. * UOOSI FI.ATri. fi 'Opp. JoUoriun iqunra. UoborU , 1018 CICAKO | | i MStB.137' ' -KUUNISI1KI ) HOUHi : KOIl IlKNT , UNCA1 tel Mill , montlis of July. AuKimt anil Sopto r.y room * , InrKu yard and barn , to snmll fani ! Bj vrltli rufcrouco. U 47 care lice.MO MO : ' FLAT UltlCK IOUD LISAVK ti'V-S Oil 5-110011 , , /worth treot. MM7. . - - KI.AT , A I.I , MODI ! UN CO ID tonloncos. J1U11.oaTonnorlh t. 611 It - - IIOUHK , MODKUN , CONV1CNIBI for liunlnvsi or wholosalu men. Apply lit Bou llOtti street. 41 \ ruil HUNT , rUUN'lSIIKU 10-UOOJ1 HOU : 'Wortlilnutoii 1'lace. All modern. Inquire [ nrovtiioll Hull. _ 687 f fl-FOIl IlKNT , D-UOOM 11OU8K , JIODUUN , A I J-'most now and In itood repair. : c J Uavonpi Bt , Inquire al 3021 Dnvonport st. Ml -KOll ItKNT. 7-111)011 ) MODliltN FLAT , 1AM D block , (1011 ( U. Utli it. COJ - IlKNT , SOU IU I1OOMS KUI1N1H1IKI ) I B-fOll I ! blocks from Court home , r'ot Omaha oars , hot water heat , modem couTcnlcnc lloferencas required. 3UV H 17lh. til pi- 1HIUHK , GOOD 11 Kl' A III. l.NQIIII Jjfl \ Uouil n street. MM r\-FOll IlKNT , 10-ltOOM HOUdlC. 17J1 lOI ) ( J-/A1I modern liuproreinouti. liiqulro next di or 1818 fa run in , T\-KOU ItKNT , A NKW XIUIlT-UOnM HOUi J./83 : ! H , 2itli itTunuo , hardwood lloor , hot and ci water , ranife , furuace , bath , olectrlo bolls , lar dry collar , cm. tewiT , patua street , N , A. K" Utli and Douvlus. MUKS D-TO IlKNT , HKVKN IIOOM UOUrJK , IW. six-room Louie , 115.00 ; barn tf detlrod , K nlco lann , tre < i , city water , clitarn , comoutoil i lars. Imtli , iiL'nr motor , tea owner , 1) , V , bteve Wl 1'axton block , > iu : -KOll ItltNT , FUIINISIIKII 1IOU81' Foil HI uior on Capitol HIM. Addresi 11 M , lloo. D-FOIl ItltNT. 10-ltOO.M IIOUSH , ALL MODK liuproveraiiiits , 1721 Doityo. Inquire next di or Ula Karnain. Hmn'l Hums. 6IH 1-QR KEjjT FJJRN1DIIED RQQJM KUItNISlllCl ) 1100MB , GUNTLBM 10 Davenport st. 4 , , 10T. , UUAHD , SOS NIT , MW4 J E-LAliaK SOUTH IIOOM. 1 _ changed , 1919 undue street. 1 g-LAHUE SOUTH FIIONT JIOOM , 2501 HI.ON -KIMINIBHBI ) AND UNFUItNIHUKD.ToTTi7 Itolatunue. M870 Jl B-KIH8T-CLA33. 81NULE Oil JSNBUITB. Uodiso. J73 -I'LKABANT. WKLL FUUN18HK1) HOC Kllb nil tuoOoto oonTsnUncei , US d. 2011i at. ' _ Mt E-MCKI.Y FUUNiatlKU ROOM. J017 11AHN ITt-r-OH ItKNT , VOUH OH BIX UOOkiS " 1 Jhousokeoplng , partly furnliliad. Uelt-roi ro'julred. 1W IH. M ry' nTcnuo. 4M _ E-rUllNlSHKl ) UOOM WITH ALO VJ J CBntlemeo , modrra conreiileLcei , 33) ) North : _ . _ M7 UKNTLKM E -UKSiiiAiiLi : jruuNisiiKU uooua wi or wltbout board. AdJrou U M. ll e. ei jrUflNIBHED ROOMS AND BOAI , KM AND iu N. uru it FURN18UED ROOMS AND BOARD CoriKnitcit _ F--HOMB TAtlLH , MODKUATB HATK.S ! Karnmn. , I84 DOBOB , HOOMS , DAY ItOAUD. M3-/J J17 _ 17-HOOMH AND IlOAni ) ATJ4IJCAfITOlAVR. ' nnc. Itoferrnces rcqnlred. MOISJI9 IIOOM3 WITH DOAItll. JIOJ 1)73-7 * YOUNO WOMKN'JI HOMK. UNIIKU CAIIK or Woman's UirUtun nsnoolallon , HI n. 17th > U4JO _ DKSIIIAIII.K KII13T AND SKCOND FLOOR rooms , f urntsheil or nnfurnlshoi ] , at the Vrrnior , ll North 3Jlh street. SISU 7 _ ; < -IKHIIIAIII.K UOOM AND llOAItl ) IN Pill- ' amily. 701 N. 1'Jth. M6H 6' FORWENT STORES AND OFFIOEB Ilatei , IQn n line each Iniertton , tl.U aline per month. NotlilnK titkcn for loss tlifin Jlo , f KOHTlKNT , STOIIB , ON' 8. 13TH ST. . I.ANOK J-block , suitable for moat market , hardware or ilry Itoods store. Inquire Wtl 3. 18th nt. * M T-r-OIl IlKNT , THK 4-9TOHY IllllCK IIUILDINO. 1-91U ( arnam nl. "The bulldlnit has a llroproof ro- tnont basement , complete steam hoatlnz fljtures. watpr nn all the Hears , DOB , ota. Apply al the omco of The lice , m _ _ _ I KOIl HUNT , OI10ICK3T SKCONI ) H.OOH bnilnots corner In Omaha. ( Hobo building , IBlh and Dodiie. ( llobo l.onn A TrmtCo. 452 r-ORNTKAI.I.V LOC ATKD , UltlCK STOtttt JLbulidintr. Tory cheap to pormanant tenant O. F. Hutu , JaXJouth Ulli strcot. M897JI8 T ONK OK THK LAUUKST VACANT STOIIK lmlldln < ( In Omaha , nltiutei In tlm wholesale quarter : III" 130 foot deep bf 3d feet wide , three or rive floors and basement ; the front Is entirely o ( plate glass andiron and sultabla for either whole < nalo or manufacturlnit : will bo ranted for reasona ble rent for term of years. Inquire al .Notmorlum , 1313 Howard st 1MJZ1 * I foil IlKNT CIIKAP , TWO UPPISH KLOOI1S and baioment , wlthelovator.a 1 1315 Douglas st M ! i | B _ WANTED-TO RENT. Ilatei , lOo n line each Insertion. $ I.M n line pei month , Nothing Inton for less than SJo. Vv 'AN ' TK HI TitOOM Ylbus B " W 1TII IN T BN blks of lice onico. State prlco and location , Address 11 M. lice. 6I > _ RENTAI. AGENCIES. LIST YOUll 1IOU81CS KOll I115NT WITH W.n , llerry & , Co. , 717 N. Y. Life. _ M3M ' STORAGE. Ilatei , lOo n line each Insertion , 11.60 n line pei month. NotlilnK taken for less than 2So. M- 453 M -J5T011AOK KOIt IIOUSRIIOLD GOODS clean and cheap rates. It. Wells , 1111 Farnam HICATlNflBTOVKSSTOIlKn DUllINO SUM M mcr ; special storage for housolioM n oods. Tel WO , 1JU7 Douglas. Omaha stove Itepalr iroros. ' m 407-10 * _ WANTED TO BUY. Itntcs , IMc n word llrst Insertion , lo n word there aftor. Nothing taken for less thanZic. N CASH KOIl FU11NITU/.B , Koodi , etc. . or will soil for owner In our auctloi salon. K. Wells. 1111 Farnnm. 454 N FI118T MOIITOAOIS l'Al > EU3. li A. All noldC05 llceulilg. M2V4 WANTKI ) , TO BUY , LOW I'lllCUl ) LOT NO1 : oror two miles out ; must bo a bargain ; civ umber and prlco. II 13 , Hcootuco. MKII N' WANTKI ) , SAFK , HALL. DIEUOLO Ol Moslor : size Inside , about 20 Inches high , I 'oop , 12 wide. Partial having such safe wrlto.I , F , llnx 77 , Defiance , Iowa. MIJ79 G 'OR ' SALE HORSES WAGONS ETC Union.Hc \ a word tlrat Insertion , Ic n. word there ( tor. Nothing taken for lass than 20c. J-FOIl SALK.iNICK HAY CARRIAGE TEAS Jnnd carriage. L. W. Tulloys , 103 Pearl St. , Coun -II llluHs. 45f > T > FOR BALE , GOOD UOR3K , CHEAP. 8011 8. 11 611 GOOD TEAM WORK HOIIS1&3 OR DRIVERS $15000. will sell Boparato for 575.00 each. A. ( llaymor , 2403 N street. South Omaha. M655 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. llntcn. IWc a word IIrot lusertton , lo a word there fier. Nothing taken for loss UianSic. Q-FOR THK BEST FAMILY UOARD1NG I1OUS in City address H 49 Uco. 4i3 - PER CENT 01T ALL I1HOWN LEQHOR Q-M sold frqm 1003 South 2.M strnet brough ihlcks. $1.00 < per 16. Also 1 flno cock and 6 hens to alo. MG54 5 * 3 WELL IlilKD MAST1F1T PUPPIES. At J dress box 623 , Pity. M6I4 7 * MISCELLANEOUS. Hates , IVion word llrst Insertion , loa word then .ftor. Nothing tnkon for IDJS thnn 2oc. Lvnlsuyau clthnr n No. 2 or No. s'ltumlnston typi vrlter , In tlr.it clajs condition , on rental. Ulvo u icall. WyckolT , Hoauians & llonoJlct , 1712 Farnai itreet , Omaha , Nob. 450 R-NEW FIRM. GATE CITY UPUOLSTERINi Co. , 413 S 15th st. Sheoly block. Repairing specialty ; 20 per cent loss than any other place. 4S1 6 CLAIRVOYANTS. JIKH. KAHMIIS V. WAHliKN. CLAlltVOYAN S reliable business medium ; fifth year at 119N ; Hit -417 MRS. 1)11. M.LKOUAVK , PROPIIKTES-1 , DKA Otrnnco clairvoyant and llfo reader ; trlls yoi ife from cradle to grave : can ho consulted on n tlulrs of Ufa ; has the celebrated Kgyptlan brca plate to unite tbo separated and cnuto marrlai with one you lovo. Come one , come all , and I convinced of her remarkable powurs , Olllco ni residence 417 3. lllh ntrrot , hours U a. in. to V p. i Strict llfo chart and photo of your future ulfe < husband sent through mall for $6.00 ; chart ulon t'i.W. All I Liters containing 4 cents In ctmu promptly nnsvoriHl. M084 | j < MASSAGE. BATHS , ETC. Rates , lOc a line each Insertion$1.50 a line p month. Nothing taken for less tha rp-.V.ADAMK * M1TH , 503 8. 13TU , 2ND FLOO -L Hooml Manage , vapor , alcotol , steamlulphu Ino undpea batbs. m037 10 * , CARSON , 1151 DOUGLAS STHE15T. f floor , room 7 , massage , alcohol , sulphur and B < uaths. MIEW PERgONAL. Uil ASSAGK TRKATMHNT. KLKCTRIC-TlilC mal baths , scalp and hair treatment , inanleu and chiropodist. Mrs. Poit,319 > . s. litli\Vltliaell , \ b 45- U.-CATARRH AND HAY FISVKR TRKATK by the month. Tumors , growths and other d fortuities of the no o and throat removed wltuo pain. Dr.J. F , Presnoll,2M lloj bldg. M5.I3 Jl U-MIS3 K. A. KKARNrl , TKACHKR ( piano : special attention to rudlmontal prim plen. Sulto 40 , Midland hotel , loth and Chloao MMIJ271 T7-A11KWAIIDOKS WILL UK PAH ) FOR Tl * . ' arroit nnd conviction of any person claim ! authority to solicit umbrella nork for ltd F. Pic crlng , 105s. 16th tl , MO i -IFTHKPARTY WHO GOT A LliTl'KR I mldakawlth a noTCntj-IIro dollar note In payable to J. K , Sbophard will return the same r. K. bhopherd , Hox7'H , Omaha , the/ nil I con re favor upou I bo owner of said note. Hit 6 U-IFTHKLADV WHO SOLD TICICET8 Fl the concert for tbo benont of th poor la T lleo building last Tuasday will call at The II business olllce she cau obtain her account book li there by herself , CM 3 ABSTRACTS OF TITLES. Ilntoi , Idea line cacl. Insertion , $163 a line | month , Nothing takou for les than 25o , V A"u8TluerriTTiTjjUi7Ai < n i nnd Trust company , abstracts , conveyance Titles perfected and guaranteed. Own tha 01 coiniilctubitr.net books In Douglas County , I moved to room 310 Now York Llla building. 45 MONEY TO LOAN REAL EBTAT : Hates , lOo a line each Iniertlon , 11.50 a line I nionth. NoihliK takou for loss than 2JO. " \\T-OMAHA SAVlNUa HANK MAKK3 l7d/ i' on real eittie atlotroit market ratps. Lai uiadu In small or largo sums for short or long tit No commission Is charged ml tbo loam uro i sold In tuo eait , but can nlwayi ba found nt I bank on the corner of 13th and Douglas sts , 40 A\r-i.OWKi T"UATK. . FIDELITY TRUST CO 11 puny , 170) Farnam street , 41) * " -CENTRALLOAN & TUUST CO. . lH5BUL"i tl -a F. UAUU130.V , 1J N. Y , LIKH. 48 W MOHTGAGE LOANS l.KSS THAN 7 P rent , Including nil churges. Charles W. lUlney. Omaha Nat , bank bldg. 4C -WANTED AT ONCE LOANS ON IMI'ltOV Omaha property ; low ratti. Fidelity Tr company , 1703 Vsrnam street , 41 \V-IAJAN80N IMPROVUI ) AND UNIMPHOV < 1 clIyproperty.M.QOOand upwards. } totl percc Nodelsys.V.Karnatn,8mlth4Co.nth end llarn " _ _ _ _ _ _ \ir-MONKY TO LOAN ON OMAHA AND COI i ell Ilium real estate and Nebrask * and Ic f rmiatfrouUV4 lotfMpiroeut lnterestwlth no dlilonaichar tsfaroomnilttloDior attorneys fi W.UUiUlo.lelNe.fl batik Mdy , Otuahe t < MONKY TO LOAN REAL ESTATB \ -l AND J YKARtXIANSO.VflTY AND FARM mortgages. Reed , V8ellifJlt Hoard of 7rado. 4M -MONKY TO UAN AT IXWKST KATHS. w The O. F. pRtl * Co. . 1505 Fatnam slroct. 4 J \\r-ANTllOSV 1.-1AN ANDTIU78T CO. , SIS H. V. > I Life , lends nt loir raton for choloo soourlty on Nebraska or Iowa farms or Omrilia city property. W MONKf TO LOAN AT I.OWK4T HATKH ON Improved and unimproved r * l pstato , 1 to rears , fidelity Trmt Co. , KM Farrmm. 4iil W LOANS , O.O. WALLACE , ill UllOWM HI.K. 471 FIHST AND SKroND MOUTilAOH LOANS ; Wiow rate * . Alex Moore. 401 Dee blilff. 4TI -J , W. SgUlHK , MOVBDT0343 BKK BUM ! . 475 WANTED. TO tlUV SritUCRNT NOTK8SK" cured IT mortsncos Omaha city or DouulasCo. property. Ucod & frelby , .Mi Hoard of Trade. 407 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. llntri , I0c a linn each Insertion , fl.M n line per month. Nothing taken for less Umt3Jc. , V Do V oii w A NT"MON ! TVJ " A. THIS KIDKUTY I.OA.S (1UAUANTGR CO. , IIOOM 4 WITI1NKI.I , 11I.OCK , liTii. cuumtit HAUNKYST WILti LOAN TOD ANT BUM \ LAUQB \ OH \ SMALL ' FnOM \ TEN \DOLLAI13\ UP. VTR MAKK IXlANa ON VUIINITUHK , HOltSKS CAIUUAIIICS.VAIlllIIOUHi : UKOK11TS Oil 1'KU- HONAJ , 1'UOl'KUTV OF ANY K1MI > . OUll TKIIMH WILL MKUIT YOUll Al'l'ROVAL , You can pay tbo raonoy bnek at nnr llmoand In anr amount you wish , and thus rodncotho cost ol carrying Ilio Umn lu proportion to amount youpity IK YOU ewe n Imlnnco on yonr furnlluro or otlioi porional property of any kind wo will pay It olt foi you and carry It ns long us you iloMro. YOU CAN IlAVit VOUll MONKY IN ONK 1IDUII FHOM THK TIMI ! YOU MAKH Al'l'lCATlON. No publlcltr or removal of property ( BO that yov got the use of both money anil property. < 7il V CALL AT TUB OlWICIi Olf OMA1IA M011TOAQ K LOAN CO. INCOnrOHATRD , IK YOU WANT MONKY , You can borrow on UOUSKHOLn FUIINITUUU AND TIAN03 , ItOliaitS , WAGONS AND CAIUUAOK3. WAHK1IOU3H UKCKIIT8 , .MKIlCUANDlSK OK ANYOTIIKH SBCUI11TV , Wo will lend you any ntnouiit from f 10.00 to 5I.OUO.OO ON T1IK DAY YOU ASK FOIt IT without publicity or rotuoral of property. You can pay tuo money back In any amount yon wish , nnd at any time , and unch payment BO mad < will reduce the cost of the loan. llcmcmbor that 7041 have the usciof both tin property and the monoy. and pay ( or I ; only a : IOIIK ns you keep It. Tlioronlll lu nooxpanso or oharga kept out o the amount wanted , but you will recatvo the ful amount of the loan. llefore borrowing olscwhero call and sco us , am you will tlnd It greatly to your advantage. OMAHA MOUTOAGI" LOAN CO. , 301 SOUTH 10T11 8TU15KT , tlrat lloor above Iho street. TI1E OLDF.3T. LAIIOKST AMI ) ONLY INCOIlPOn ATKD LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA. 477 X WILL LOAN MONKY ON ANY KIND OF SK curlty ; Btrlctlr conlldontlaL A. 15. Harris , roor 1 , C/intlncntnt block. 473 -MONKY. 3d. CO , 00 DAYS , CHUAP UATK and easy piiymonts. on furniture , pianos , Hv Block , etc. , vrlthout delay or publicity ; cash o hand. UulTQrcon , room 8 , Ilnrker block. 47' ) BUSINESS CHANCES. HatOB , lOc n Han each Insertion , Jl.M n line pc nonth. Nothing taken for loss than 3ic. Y-KASTK11N IIAUK31 UOWIVS 1NFALLHIL ! Ilandlcapplait ajBtom nota fj.CK ) weekly o > 00 00 Investment. Second succaasful yoar. tiaf < -on crvatlvo. Practloil. Proipcctus 183:1 : free. C . liowc , l.'ox 137 , Hrooklyn , N. Y. MlllJ Jaa Y KOll SALU , TUADE Oil HUNT , UOTKL , : rooms , all occupied with permanent boardcri modern Improvements. Ucst location In S. Onmhi Copt John O'Uonahoo , 303 N , lUtu at. . Omaha. Nul FOR BALK. A MILLlNliltY BTOUK AND 1IU Y Incss ; Bnloa from ono hundred to flvo liundrc lira day , best location In the city , long Icnso. Wl .akoouo-half In unluctimherod property or fan and. Address 1117 , lloo. 24'J S * FOB 3ALU. A NICK CLKAN STOCK OF 1)H goods and shoes In a nlco , llvo Nebraska tow of 2.UOQ people ; nflno opening for some ono ; bo : of reasons for Belling ; will Involoo 82,500. Wlllali neil my residence property. Address box 12U Kalrtlold , Nob. M460 5 * Y UO-YOU WANT TO BUY , BULL OU KJ change a business , real estate or lands ! Do yo ant additional capital In your business ? If 80 an us , wo can help you. Call or write for ou.-liullotli unices In all principal cities ; OmatiA branch. S Kaw York Llfo building. MUS9 .121) ) Y FOIl BALK OUTUADIC , NKW IIOLLI3U MIL Address Lock Box -'W. Wlnsldc , Nob. WWC' V KOIl 3ALK , C1IHAP KOll CASIlTA BPT/KNm J- furniture business nnd etock. Inqulru of Fran l.cnord , llnatiiik'a , Sell. Kt 5' Y-FOI18ALB , HA11NHSB SHOP , WITH GOO established business , no competition ( goc town. ' Address O. L. Shall , Ulverton. la. S73 C * \T FOH SALB , fJ.SOO DRUG STOCK IN KAKTKH JKobraika town of UJO population. Stock fres and clean. Males * 10,000 a year wlUi good proBt Address , H 07 , care lloo. M04'J 1U * V WANTKI ) , A PAUTNKIl FOll TUB MANI -L fncturo of patent button. For partlculu wrlto James Hrown , general delivery , city. MB47 5 * Y WANTKI ) , PAUTNKIl , HlTHKIl ACTIVK 0 silent , with C.OOQ.OO cash , In a good paying e abllshed tire Insurance agency. Address J S. no MCTi i Y-KOIl 11BNT Oil SALK , A WELL KSTA1 llshod restaurant or chop house , doing a Or : clntn busluesa , In the Lange block on S. lath itrcc ono of the best locations In tha city. Enquire i Ofl 8. mil street , upstairs. [ 3 FOR EXCHANGE. Ilntos , luc a line each Insertion , tl.M a line p month. Nothing laton for ICBB tTinn 25c. r/-l OWN 100 FAIIM3 IN .NKUIIASKA. f-Jnntl Dakota. Will neil cheap , or exchange f mdso.horses and cattle. Add.box7GFrunkfortIn 431 A CLKAN STOCK OF UKNKUAL M 3l -'Will take real estate and money. UoxK'Ji. ' Fran fort , Ind. 4si 7-430 ACIIKS OF CLKAIl LAND IN ONK OF Til "lost winter wheat dlstrlcU In Kansas to o chungo for 10 or 2U'noro tract near Umahu cl limits. Wlllpaycashdlttoroncolfproperty Is pee Address , giving price and location , o W. lleo. 20 ] FOB SALE BEAL ESTATE. Ilatoi , lOo a line each Insertion , fl.M a line p month. Nothing taken for lesi than 26c. WHY NOT BUY A LOT BUILD A COTTAaa AND QUIT PAYINQ IlENT WHBN YOU CAN MAKK MONET HY DOING BOt Wo are ottering the beet residence proper for working mon that can bo found nrou Omaha at about ono-half the prlco lots o icIllUK for , the sumo dlstunco out , la it other direction , equally B deslrabla. ONLY iW.OO ONK-T15NTI1 CASH , (140.00 payable on or before three yean from April 31,1803 , and the balance in monthly or quarterly payments at ? per cent Interest. WITH THKdK ADVANTAGES ; An olectrlo motor line rum to this property. The lots arc high and luvel and at uradu The streets are graded and the grading paid fi The tiKcm on thli property hnvo been loss th II.OJ per lot. per year. r.UOO.OO WILL UK bl'KNT TIH3 YBAIl In li provomonts on and around tills property , Buvcrul new houses have recuntly bren built the addition , and othorit will be commenced BOUH Close lo manufacturing Industrie * where a lai nunibur of mou are glveu constant employment. ' 130.00 PKIl LOT DISCOUNT to tha first fifty pnople who will build lioui thereby making actual con of lot bought a built upou within ono year only I2CI It will cost yon nothing to Investigate tills yourselros , and It will payyou-todo BO utouco. DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. Call nt our office and let ui take you out i how you tul property. POTTKH & GBO1IOK COMPANY. SgutUwost corner ICtU aud Farnam atrcot Mi ) AllBTltAtriU THK MIDLAND UUA1IANT and Truil company , abstractors , convtiyanci Titles prrfoctetl and guaranteed. Own tuo o complete abstract books In Douglas county , moved to room 310 Novr York Life building. 4 1 OT 41 FBBT FRONT WITH BBVBN-HO Ajhouso on lilh suuet , near Oasslua ; pr HfMM : monthly payuieati , lived t Balby ; Heard Trade. h , ITIOIiaALECHBAP NBVI1OOM COTTAGE O i 30th ind Saliler struct , city water , collar i clitern ; on tongtlmo , Inqulr * 1318 Farnaiu. MM FOR SALE It'JAlj ESTATE. Conllnwd rj ON'T DKLAY _ c. ; Another dny , bntrto'M V ask you to n J as olhcri rp doing who Investigate and boy oar 1100 OJ NOTA UOt'OH UMMIAIUTKD NEKUIUOllUOOD , Motorcars schools. torpj , churches , Improvement ) Poiltlroly the \ > ctl vnlno , dollar tor dollar , ever sold In Omah.o. Perfect title , no mortgage , no encumbrances ot lions of any description. Clean , clear , straight goods OB you sea tloiooToTB that you cannot II nd the equal of for neighborhood , Improvements , lurroundlngs , prlco and torma In the city ot Omaha. This 1 * a very plain statement and the facts bear It out. NOW 18 YOUR opportunity to acquire ono of then lota If you want to. cash , 110.00 n month without Interest till ttOO.OO Is paid , balance ID ! nnd 3 yean at i per cent. PERFECT T1TLK. PKHFKCT LOCATION. A1ISTIIACT WITH LOT. AI190LUTK auCtJIUTY. NO HANK IS IIKTTER. NO 1I1S1C U RUN. Ilo wise In year time , nnd when sneh an opportu nlty Is offered you , Improve It. Don't delay to Investigate , for It costs you nothing nnd may do yon a great deal of good. Your money so Invested Is 03 nafe , sure and reliable OB If It wcro In the BANK OF KNGLAND. Prlco IB 1100.00 for a lot. Yon can pay In the easy way named tf you wish to do BO , and now Is tbo tlnio to Invest In property at Its real actual value. AMP.g , 1M7 FAIINAM. AMES , 1607 KARNAM. AMES. 1M7 FAUNAM. MG.1S 3 GKOHOIA AND VIHOINIA AVKNUK3 , II twcen Mason nnd I'acllloBta. , the finest resldcni 'ocatlon In the city , $3l'.00 on Georgia ave and > 7U. > n Virginia ave. adjolulng property hold S.UUU I 40.ro per front foot higher. Wo will tike : JI.OOO. .o TADOO 00 Omaha property as purl payment In lot. This Is an opportunity suldom ollcrcd. Th s good for n short tlnio only , as wo want BOII IIOUPOB started at once. Two now under contra ( H'our sales already made. Ploanuro to show BIK properly ns this at any time. Fidelity Trust Coi ! > any , 1702 Farnam st. 57 ; PLACU ADDITION. The Newest Addition to Omaha. Located a Miles Southwest jrom PostoRloo. Host future roaldenco pirt of the Olty. Wldo Btrcets and wide alloyj. Lota are bluh and sUhtly. Klcctrlc Cars run near It. ' Passenger depot and trackaeo ( yards of Omal Hell l.'no llallroad and Missouri I'acltlc llallrot within a block of It. s trains dally. Btorcj and factories In Its Immediate vicinity. Homes of business men and rnccnaulcs uurroun iclnnrood Park , Now Driving "Park nnd Fa Grounds. Platte Itlver Canal , strouts to bo pave extension of olnctrlc car lice , are eoma of the on Btantlal Improvements to bo made In Southwo Omahadurlng tha noit few months. You can buy stoepal Place lots for l.VXl.03 ana KO.Wdown and the balance In quarterly paymen of only H'iM. with Interest at 7 pur cent. Do not miss thU opportunity to buy live or U ots at prices that will aaabla you to maka mono For plats and further Information address W. A. WK1ISTK1 ! , lloo building M 7'JJ3 011 SALK , * LOTS COIINKR MAPLKAND 2i'l streets. Corner oust front , will soil for Sl.WJ.i Corner JSiKUH ) , Inaldo lot $700.00. On payment $200.UO cash , balance to fcult purchaser.rlhltt coed value for the money , Amea , real ustato. 1 ! Farnam. SIW7 1 ATOINVKSTMB.VT 18 SAFKIl THAN O.MAII -i real ustato well located. No Investment la mo proiltablo thin rc.il ojtata purchased nt a low II urc , and now Is Just the tlmo to nr.iKo tha hive : ment. as good Omaha property will n-jvur ' 10 \ ethan than what It la toilar. Letui show you that ben tlful property which we odor on GoorgK nnd V glnla avenues. Nothing tlner In the city for lion orlnvcstmant. Will make special Inducements t spot cash. Fidelity Trust Company , 170 : ! Karnn street. 117 TK HAVE JUST COMPLETED THK PUK Host six-room cottage 111 the city , lighted electricity , huvlng furnace , bath , hot , cold wati mantel , grnto , marble top wash bowl , sewer conm tlon , trot's , atone walk , paved street , utc Ix > cat In Avondala park , one mlle from pontolllco. Prl only $4.800. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farnam ntru MU7Jy IT'Oll SALK CHUAI * . I FIVK-IIOOM COTTAt -L and 1 aovcn-room ho lisa and barn at 2414 and 2 Decntur Direct , Cull or address Id JO North tl btrcot , Ouialia , Neb. M5M 8 EAST FKONT ) , OTOMrTII NI'.All DOUGK.fi loG fuat , $1,750.00. Addrujs Of uar , U 11 , lloo. M131 JO MUST UK BOLD , N1CU 5-ltOO.M UOUlJIC ( pnveil street , small cush pnvmcnt. Ailcln U : > l , lice. MM.1 , u . HUM A CI.HAU LOT IN Al.IlltlGlll $1W.OO cliulco , youth Ouialia. Addrom llox I''B ) , CrG t ( Iu. 1/OH [ < A1K Olt TltADK-COIlNKll LOT , ( ! Oi X forbuslnoss or IliiU ; worth tl ! WJ.03 ; would t very low for cash or trade for oilier property. / drees J 3 , Uco , MiX13 t ( ) HII'llOVKI ) l-'AHM IN NOHTON C AJOOI Kan , . Joliu a Kood railroad town , 4UUncro > | liody. 1 will neil cheap or trade for work lion nr luercuundlao. t'rvd It. Cuttlo , Clayton , liorl Co. , Kan. 677 i KMH 8AI.K TWO STOHY WKI.I , 11UIIT 1IOU X , lotUWto an alloy. 1'ropiirty In lint cli order , uood barn , a very emit ; nice tiousu wat newer connection , coed brick collar. 1'rlc/ia t' } , tornis fttU cuih balanuo monthly If dculred , t u barituln , Ames Heal ICstntcllMj ? Karnnm , (32- t''lt 8ALH-1-JO AClllIS IILAC1C HANI FAUM , Rood iHillillnt'S. IIOK fonroi , plenty tlmb evnrytlilnir In Eood ihnpas will roll half of ci 11 ml farm loola or trudo fur Southern Cnllfon land , Call ut the farm a uilloa north of Anhlai Neb. W. 1' . James. J15UO 13 DRESSMAKING. M 1SB A. M , SHHKTd. DHUMHAKBU , CON nuutal block , room a kratlifuptlpn guaranto O.9-J 1,1 IAD1IIS' AND ( 'lllLDIU'.N'ji -JJIUWSMAKI > J nlno iinileruariiienU loonier : muslin ( urnlcl Uduilred. 11U7 Mandemon. " ' ' Ml Jyl SHORTHAND AND TYPE WR1TIN llatei , IDea line each Innortlqn. ita.60 B Una [ month , Nothlnv takun fur luia limn J5c. Y 0 ilNGTMIjilTTA N I ) 7jIXTMiMMNJCAN ' 'flO aculroa ) norkliiKknoulDdje nf sliortliand r typenrltliieat A , O. Vuii bunt1 * ' < oliool of the hand , (13 N , V. Life , TypowrlUjruJv rent , 41 WORLD'S FAIH HOTfil S , & ROOT ! llatoi , IKoavrora llr t IniertlmV.'iea word the afli-r. Kothliii ! taken for less I KAIll r"UHNlfill 'rf1ilOO.M8 , V take no chance nor pay nny n7 > ney In lulvfin tl.UOperdoy. lail r'nrnam t. , ijninliA. SMJ. UNDERTAKERS A JD EMB ALME1 Hates , 10c a llnu each Insertion. II.W n line month , iHutlilnv taken for Inn than > c. p W. JIAKKU ( KOHJ1K11LV WITH JOHN VA Jacobs. il"C3mcil. later with M.O. Maul ) , um taker end embalmer , 31JB. ICtb st. Tel. CM , 4 " 'LOST. _ LOST- WATCH CHAIN ANI ) 1IALU IIETWK j198eward | and I.oni ; tchool. lleturn to ClmrlciiBDd racclvo reward , COO ATKW 4 SKCOND-HAND BCALK8 , ALL KIN 1 > Address llordun i Sollook Co. , Lake it. , Chlc 4 MUSIC , ART AND LANOUAO Hates , lOo a Mao each Insertion , fl.il a HDD uioutb. JvolUlun takun for less tbauiic. _ . .HANJOlBf ANDTBACU i HIOCsllforul itr t. > PASTURES FOR HORSES. \VKIIAVI' lr ACIIKS XV tll.VA Il.t.VSl I'A4 ' ttiro for hornet. MoxrJ l nat. Sprint water , TUrton.trnolpv Illlmard , Nos. , or A. W. I'balpi A n.TB.N. Y. l.lfo lll.U. M tMI ! ' SEOiDND-HAND M , DKALKHSINTVI'KWHlTlIIS. houitlit. rold , oxchanircd , r nte < l (113 N.Y. l.lfo blilir. T l. iM. 4 < il PAWNBROKERS. . DIAMOND lllltKKU , 13)1 ) JBONNI4N1IKUII. : money on dl.iraomli , tntclici , rte. old cold nnd Mirer bouaht. Tel. IVVt. 4HS PATENT Juno 11 Will l o Observed by the Order I Nohrusku. LINCOLN , Neb. , Juno 4. [ Special to Tu BEE. ] Grand ICccper of Hccorda and Son H. M. Scliacffcr lias just issued to nil suboi dinato lodges In this grand jurisdiction a cli cular letter from Grand Chancellor Will E Dale to the following effect : "Ono of th cardinal principles of our order is the prc serving and strengthening of the kind an fraternal feelings which bring us togcthci Wo can aid moro to assure thi result than the tender cherisuin of the memory of our knightly dead ? Nobl sons of the Pythian host , fallen in the grca battle of llfo' slain , but not defeated ; gone but not forgotten warriors of the truos stool , knights of discipline and valor. ] other foot grow weary , other hands listles ; and other hearts cold In solemn trust , our shall keep your memory green so long a light and llfo nnd love remain to us. I there fore request each lodge to observe by apprc priato services Sunday , Juno 11. as Pythia memorial day. I ot us gather around tli sacred remains and garland the passionlea mounds above thum. I ut us In their solem presence rflnow our sacred pledges to wntu over und guard these they have left to us precious legacy. ' ' ( icnenil Order for Klcctton. Brigadier General IT. S. Ilotchkiss lia Issued special .order No. ! ) to the folio win effect : Tno resignation of Colonel Man t re Savage of the First regiment , Nobinsk brigade , Uniform Hunk , Knights of Pythia : having been accepted by the major genera and the term of Lieutenant Colonel J , 1 Douglas , First regiment , Nebraska brlgndi having expired , they nro hereby relieve from duty us such. The .sir knight captain : lieutenants and heralds of Lincoln dlvisio No. 1 , Custor division No. 2 , S. H. Campbo division No. 0 , Aurora division No. 7. Ma shall division No. 10 , Apollo division No. 1 Falls City division No. 'JO , Ashland divisia No. ! tt , Hebron division No. 2'J , and Boatrlt division No. lit ! will assemble ut Custio ha in I'lticoln , Tuesday , Juno lit , 18U3 , at o'clock p. m. , for the purpose of electing colonel and lieutenant colonel , and to till mi vacancy that nuiy bo caused by such olc tionj also for the transaction of such otlu business as may bo properly brought bofoi the meeting. New Inatltntoil. Within the past six months the folio win now lodges have been instituted in the N urasltii jurisdiction , Knights of Pythlai Cozad. No. Ifill , Cozad , Neb , ; Altviero , N 1H , Petersburg : Klgm , No. 155 , IClgitij Fnl Held , No , 150 , Fairliold ; Valley , No. IB Alma ; St. ISdwnrdH , No , 158 , St. Kdwanl : Hartington , No. ! & ! > , Hartington ; Dauntlcs No. 15'J , Wood Ulver ; Alpine , No. 18 Hloomiicld : Olympic , No , 8'J , Dattiii Creel Achilles , No. 101 , Kcriunor. A circular letter received from Orar Chancellor Charles A. Uarnos of the Jnn diction of Illinois directs attention to tl Pytlilan headquarters nstabllshed by th : Jurisdiction at 12U SVashington street , Cl cage , for the reception of Knights and the families visiting the World's fair , whe mjiiiy conveniences and precautionary men urrs will bo lurnishud frco of cxpouso visitors. OUT IIV Vlll.VKSK. Uaimdlun riKlinrnicii Ciiiinot Compete wl the Iiiiportiul ArtUu , NBW WusTMisbTBit , H , C. , Juno 4. A me stcr mooting of the Fishermen's assoclutl has been hold hero to discuss the- wholes ; naturalization of Japanese und Chinese t the purpose of getting ilshing licenses. It pointed : out that the ilshermcn were gnu ally being crowded out by the Japanese n Chinese. There are tlilrty-throo cannon on the Fraziur river , and , although the b gest pack on record is expected to bo ma this season , not ono white llshurman h been employed so far by the canneries. T Japanese and Chinese wcro given tin places. A resolution was adopted asking t Canadian government to refuse to grant .censes ( q Japanese and Chinese , , and Usuo tha saipu only'to whites nnd ludlui Public sentiment U itrougly with the llstn jnon. M \ vv n \ core M1MJPPPT ' MANY LLASSEb Wide Scope of the Ohinoso Eiolnalon Act ai Interpreted , THEORY OF THE CASE OTHERWISE APPLIED Auitrlnn < lnv rnmcnt KiivU | I'ormoi Suboct | Who rrnlorroil the Unltrd 8tnteK n * n 1'Urn of I'orinn- npnt Ur liloncc , WASIIINOTOX , D. G , Juno 4. The decision of the supreme court upon the Chinese 6x < elusion net recently delivered , may possibly hnvo a much wider scope nnd urtcot n groatci varloty of persons thun was probably foreseen - seen by tlio associate justices who Joined with Mr. Gray In declaring It to bo tlio la of the land. The volume of "foreign rchv tlons" for 1SU2 , Just published by the State department contains n case In point , whcrclr the arguments used by n foreign govornmonl to Justify or explain Its decree of ox pulslon of n citizen of the United States , it I ; | x > lntcd out by these familiar with the sub Ject , are In suggestive parallel with those outltnod by Justice Gray In announcing tin opinion of the supreme court of the Unitci States on thu 15th of last month. Tlio case ns shown by the published correspondence \vcrothoso : Leon Spltzor , born In Vienna , Austria In 1807 ; emigrated to the United States it 1SS9 ; naturalized In Now York in 1830 am returned to Kuropo later the same year am to Vionmi , .luly WM. In : in nOlduvlt Mr Spltzer tleclared that his rcsldenco was It Now York , where ho was a "manufacturer,1 nnd ho Intended to "return to the United States within two years , for the purpose o ; residing and performing Iho cltlzcnshli therein. " In IS'Jl Spltzor was notified bv the author Hli's ofMcnna that ho had been expelled from Austria under a law of 18TI. Ho ap pcalod to Minister Grant , who brought tin case to the attention of Count Kalnoky prime minister and minister of foreign nf- fairs , protesting that Iho treatment of Spit zor was In violation of the spirit of tht treaty of lbK-Ul ! ) nnd was In violation of the treaty of 1S87 between Austria und tin United States , guaranteeing the rights am the protection thereof to the citizens of tin respective countries. Kxpelloil for Iho Orncriil ( loud. Hcplylng to Mr. Grant's complaint In behalf half of Spltzor , Count \Volscrchoimb. foi the minister of foreign affairs , said tha SpiUor's emigration to the Unitci States was manifestly for the purpose o ovadlng the military duty which the Axis trlan government exacts of citizens ; tha the expulsion of such individuals Is basei upon couslUoralton of public order , nnd tha "every state has a right to expel foreigner from the territory for reasons as abovi stated and that the question whether ant where reasons for such expulsion exists cai bo jmlgcu only by an international point o law. " This sentiment accords with the vlows expressed pressed by Justice Gray and the language i ; quite similar. Minister Grant notillod Conn Kalnoky that this government ponlu1 no accept that interpretation of the treaty , i position In which ho was supported b ; Secretary Foster , who , in a dispatch uatci Juno 'JU , IS'J'J , said , after stating that th' ' United States would entertain tt proposl iiou for a modification of the treat ; ; ii question , "hut so long as th' treaty remains In foivo the United State ; government will insist upon a strict com ilianco with its terms anil after n carofu examination of the case In point , it Is re luctantly obliged to dissent from the view expressed by the Austria-Hungarian govern ment. As Spitzcr was expelled on the vagu and indefinite grounds of the 'Interests o public orner , ' and as no valid and explicl reasons in support of the order are alleged your action in making a formal protest i approved by the department. " This ended the correspondence. As Spitzer's departure 1'or the Unitci States was Intimated m ono of Ministc Grant's letters , this probably closed the in : Idcnt. In view , however , of the appart-n Inconsistency between the view of thoexect ; live and judicial branches of tlio govern ment , as disclosed by this correspondonc and the decision on tlio Geary law , the all : tudo of the government upon the case of a ! Inged violation of treaty rights by the go\ eminent will bo watched with Interest. JiODOK C' Ona of Nclmtskii'n Wonltlilont nnd Mo Priifiporim * Sootuum. Fitr.MOST , Nob. , Juno 4. fSpeolal Corn spondnnce , ! The history of Dodge county i a part of the early history of the state , nn well has she maintained her position at th front. While Dodge county is strictlva agricultural country , nearly every foot c which can bo and is cultivated , there is prol ably more stock fed here than in any othr county in the state , partly owing to the fat that crops are n cortftinty , that its railroa facilities are such that gram can I shipped In from the surrounding coun try to advantage , while Ui shlpplirg out facilities are no surpassed by any locality in the state. Ever year largo herds of eattlo and sheep nr driven or shipped in and prepared hero fo the markets. The farming community Is wealthy. Industrious class of people , wh know how to farm for prollt and at the sam time keep the lands up in good snnpe. Hu farmers are but little in debt and htrg numbers of them carry handsome balance in the banks of Fremont and other towns. Fremont , ono of the most prosperous an pretty cities of the state , boasts of iix ( ; people , nnd is rapidly pushing herself in th lead as the factory city. She has no1 twenty-two factories , which carry" a pay ro of moro than GOO employes , besides her rai road people. The Fremont Urewing con pany has § 150,000 invested In its plant , an is the largest and best In the state outsid of Omaha. The Nebraska Creamery association is tri largest plant in the state , as well as tl ; llrst , It having been in continual oporatio for eleven years. It has six separate sti tions and can handle the crenin from 1,5 ( cows. C. W. Stevenson , the general mai apor , is an old creamery man and unde stands the business in all its details. The binding twine factory , under tl ; management of Mr. Reynolds , has nrcou plishod more than Its warmest friends hu hoped for ic. It has established the fat that it pays to raise hemp in Nubniska , an tlio wonderful success of this factory is re ; son for every resident of the state to fe > proud , It being ono of the few largo Instil' tlons where the raw product , the fuctoi and the consumers are nil Nobrasltans. Sue factories nro doing much to scttlo the quo tlon of railroad tariffs. The woolen mills , collar and harness fu' ' tory , foundry and machine shops and ca riago factory are among tlm larger man factories of the city , and of which her cit zcns are Justly proud. As a railroad center Fremont enjoys a vantages which few other towns in the sta havo. Twenty-four passenger trains a di Icavo her depots , connecting her In ovoi direction with the rest of the world , ca and west with the great Union Paulllc , ai in other directions via the Fremont , ICIUhoi & Missouri Valley railroad , Over 200 01 ploycs of the latter road have hcadquarte In this city , and the company's pay roll he Is about $1.000 per day , by reason of whh many comfortable homes are built and tl retail trade rccolvos several tho'isan > monthly. Financially , Fremont I * at the head of t ! list of any city in the iituto of her class wit four national and two state bunks , ttiu Coi mcrcial National , Farmers and Mcrchan National , First National and Fremoi National , the Home Savings and Sccuri State-bunks , none of which have any rod counts while their cash balances are ? \T ! 003. Thnlr dearanr.es are J100.000 per w.oo which goes to show u very healthy and II oral circulation of monoy. Ono of the ban era told mo that the only trouble was tli had too much money and were refusing pav interest on tlmo deposits. Through the kindness of County Clo Thomas IClHoon we are shown the inortga record of Dodge county for April , W , which shows : Farm morlgagea fill 11,050 ; paid off , $23,707 : I'hat mortgage * illod J13S0 ! } paid < $33,733. These , figure * pcrhnp * ah' why thcro Is so much money In tha Kinks. The Uodgo county court homo is ono of the best in tlm state , both Insldo and out , nnd only cost the county nil finished and furnished , f-V.- WO. There WITO no oxlras. Tha omctnU are nil pleasunt , nffablo gentlemen , who seem to feel that "publlo oflleo Is n public trust , " and uro performing their duty ac cordingly. In fact Fremont seems to bo made up largely of plormnt , accommo.lntlna people , from her r.illro.nl onivt.iU to the street shovoler. while the buslm-ss mon nro over ready to glv such Information as they can or land a helping hand to the unfortu nate or n filleted , She has ono of the oldest nnd best Uro de partments in the state nnd the laduies are always ready nnd on hand to stay the llory flamn from the humblest cottage to the mas- slvo wholcsalo house. The liberality nf her citizens always res poiuls with : t full heart where the hand ot want is opened and the many elegant residences nnd handsome turnouts denote that wealth is appreciated for the comfort nnd iiloasuro It brines. A largo bli-yclo eltib of 1W ! members is sustained hero , composed of ladles nnd gentlemen , and thov seem to enjoy the sport HtTorded them in tholr after supper mmules through ' .ho broad avenues nnd streotH. In this rich Intelligent little city rc&ldo some of the best known men In the state nnd of which any town could well nfford to ln > proud. Hon. Samuel Maxwell , chief justleo of the supreme court of Nebraska ; ox-Con- grossmnn (5. W. R Dorsey , h. D , Richards , John Thompson , J. W. I > eve and many others. There , too , they hold nil an nual Chautauqua assembly. This year It will bo hold Juno SU to July 21 , and tholr grounds are equal to nny in the stato. A largo corps of lecturers has been secured , among them Hov. (5. W. Martin , LUD. , who started nnd for several years headed the Long Pine Chnutnuqua. Their assemblies so far have boon very siuwoss fill nnd they nro arranging for a largo crowd tills year. The newspapers , llvo in number , are nllvo to the best interests of the city and county nnd nro giving their subscribers tholr moncy'rt worth In each issue. Recently J. R Doran started the National Camp Fire , n Grand Army paper , and in which every old soldier In tlite state will bo Interested. Tlm llrst copy has bocn lasuo.1 nndComrndo Do'r.xn promises to make it llrat class la every particular. ( J/.l.W/.SJM Oi- ' nil ! 111(1F.IIf. . A Swiss exhibit of watches is valued at S'.TiO.OOO. In the Capo Colony exhibit nro 40,000 rough diamonds. A choose weighing 32,000 pounds is ono of the Canadian exhibits. The crown luces of Italy contain some specimens 1SOO years old. A fountain sends up great jots and many sprays of real California wine. The queen of Corea has sent a solid gold hairpin , studded with pearls and weighing half a pound. A mass of copper ere , almost pure , weigh * Ing ll.'JUO pounds , is from Keowenaw Point , in the Michigan peninsula. In a single collection there is IfiO tons of rare minerals , including a moleor of 230 pounds , which fell In Arizona. Uartholdl's Statue of Llbarty h : s boon re produced iu rock salt. From the same mate rial a life-Hi/.o cow has bacn chiseled. Fifty-two boilers in a row , each of differ ent manufacture , constitute a bank of power , OUO feet front , the greatest in the world. The World's fair kitchen occupies a build ing ! I12 feet long by I'J.'i feet wide. It sup ports the ilfty restaurants in the White city with food. The thread of a British manufacturer is shown in a case , Iho roof of which is sup ported by onyx pillars , and this case nlono costllfi,00 ! ) . Pennsylvania has put up a pyramid of an thracite blocks ten foot sqnaro at the base and fifty-two feet high , guaranteed to con tain just 100 tons. The section of a tree , shown by its circles to bo101 years old a sapling when Colum bus landed is in the forestry section of the Government building. 111,1110 Horticultural building a German ex hibitor has built n winoeollar , lighted it with electricity , and put on show every variety of : roduct from the Rhino country. Ono Austrian firm shows Ii.000 pieces of glass woven from a wino glass as Ihin ns an egg shell to a gold plated punch bowl In which a rt'gynent might have ladled. In the horticultural department 280,000 Dutch bulbs , mostly tulips , furnish masses of color , while alongside the Horticultural building 1HO,000 pansy blossoms look up. Missouri's chunk of lead ere weighs 0,509 pounds. Ten thousand specimens ofInco represent that state's industry , which gave ! tt,000 tons of this metal to the world last year. In the French collection there is a cabinet of hronzu and ebony , with enamel of Limoges and Grecian figures. It has u secret spring und a labyrinth of drawers. The valuation is . 0,000. Thirty thousand ounces of silver , worth $25,000 , was poured into the mold to inuko the statue of Columbus , modeled by Bar- tlioldi , for an American silver manufacturing company , iVustralla has sent a gold nugget weighing 3,010 ounces , and an astronomical clock forty-live feet high which shows the move ments of the sun , Mercury , Venus , the earth und the moon. In the little building erected especially for the merchant tailors Is a blanket made of lll ) pieces of broadcloth , which roprt-scnta eight ye.irs of odd half hours of a Washing ton knight of the geom Fifty-seven locomotives stand on the tracks in the Tiansportation building to Huslrato the ) early experiments at breeding of the iron horse from a very humble begin ning to the present time. Thirty thousand pounds of brown cliocoj 1 late have been fashioned into n pavilion thirty-eight feet high , In the cimtcr of which stands nn heroic statue of Gcrmanla , con taining tiuO , ' ) pounds of the article. There are thirty-four vailotlos of lace In ono exhibit In the Italian .section of the Man ufacturers building. There Is also nil exquisite - quisito display of tortoise .shnll work , nmon ? the pieces shown being n cane and an um brella made of singio pieces of Hhell. The millionalro Xschille , of Dresden , was fifteen years making the collection of armor and weapon : ) In the museum of the German village. The collection is valued at $1,000- 000 nnd was sent to the fair by thu owner at the request of thu German government. The raluation of SliO.OOO Is given to two vases which Iho Spanish commissioners keep under lock and lin.v. Tlieao vasus are of Iron , 1 feel hlghioni ) Ktruscan , the other Grecian , ornamented with gold hammered Into the iron so as to .show vines , cupldx and figures of women In Hawing drapery. A Spanish woman did this highly url/.tU work. A few years ago she was a poor working girl. Slum's pavilion in thu Manufactures buildIng - Ing is a reproduction of thu garden house of the klnu'ut Bangkok. It is in red und yellow wood inlaid with bright colored glass , Km- broldorcd screens am everywhere , und ( fold and silver pieces form a lurgo part of the ox- hibit. AsllvorrK'u bowl , two fcuthlgh.v.tluod at 1.000 , nut trays of gold studded with diamonds mends , a collection of elephant's tusk , ono nlno nnd ono-half feet long , nro shown iu the small pavilion and tha collection nf embrolU- erlos U very rich , liu'ludlng a while satin girdle embroidered In gold und studded with rubles and gamuts , There is no KUTol tower , but a wheel on the Midway will carry these who llko clova- tlon to a height of y : > 0 feet , Ttutro are Ilfty cars on the rim of this wheel , Kuch car carries thirty people. Kadi circuit of the , wheel requires fifteen minutes. The dls- tanco around is 7M ) foot. Tlm wheel cost C ' 100,000. The seventy-ton nxlo is the Inrgust picco of atcol over forgt-d. To swing U Into plumb position 150 feet from the ground was1 a feat without u precedent. Thu total weight of thn wheel is 4,1100 tons , nnd en gineers say a hurrlcano blowing 100 milc.1 na hour wouldn't ' budge it , In the Illinois building Is a linen table cloth Arliled In 1821 Nlnlan Kdwurds , llrst governor of Iho territory of Illinois , pur chased from a Spanish minister ut Washing , ton , The i loth u interesting on account of' the men who have dined from U , The l-onir ninooftho Illinois logisluturo of IBM with Abraham Lincoln at. the head , John Adams , John Qulncy Adauis , James Monroe , William Henry Harrison , Henry Clay , Thomas H. llentou , John C. Calnoun. Stephen A. Douglas , John Randplph , Albert Gallatln , Rufus King and Kam iloustln , are some of thn Illustrious personages wholmyo gathered , around It. But the greatest event in 1U history was that It w s.usfd.-u the wedding * Bupper wjion Abraham Lincoln munlpd. Gov- ' ' uruor Kdwhnl' * lUtor-lu-lair In ISU.