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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , OPTOBER 3 , 1803.
SPEGIRL NOTICES. AnVKIlTISKMKNTS KOIl THRSIJ COLUMNS will bo tnkcn until lu.no p. m. for the ovenlmr nml until H ill ) p. m. for the momta * nnd Sunday editions. Aclvertlwrs , by rennestln .1 numbered check , ran have their nimwers addressed to n tmmbnrert letter In earn of Til K IlKK Answers do nrtdrcssexl \vlll be dellvere < l m > oii pn-mnitallon of the check. SITUATIONS WANTED. Hates me n word Slrst Insertion , In n word llicro- MUT Nothing taken fur less limn gSc. " " " " A "A GOOD OFFICE MAN"WANTS1 WORK. AD- flrcss 3 17 , Dec. Mf.024 * A SITUATION WANTED BY FIRST-CLASS bread nml cake baker , nix years experience , references. Charles R. Eve , York , Neb. Hales me wool first Insertion , Ic a word thero- nitnr. Nothliig taken fur leK Ilian i.'Se. I WANT A GOOD PAYING JOlt WRITE -JJlho Hauks Nursery Co. , Mllwnnkco , Wts. M87107 * 1J SOLICITOUS.TRAMS FURNISHED : EXTRA J liny lo men with rum American Wringer Co. , ICdllHownrdnt. 14H THE'NBBRASKA OUARANTKK SAVINGS JJaiul Investment company wants a few trentlo- nit n of coed address In act as solicitors. Apply at rooms 22 nnd ! , Dounlas block. MIIOO " IJ WANTKD.TooobllAK'ER. ADDRESS A. U. .D Whllcoinb. Atlantic , Iowa. Ii0i-r ) * TTO TRAVELUJfTMENCOVERtNO REGULAR J > ionlo for lOHponslb'n hoiieoi.vc olfer a res- ncllblo hlirh-lonwl sideline. Nonamples. Home u.initil o A Trust Co. , Chicago. 111. M7CO 7 * ! > WANTKD. DRUG CLERK 10 TO 2i : OF AOB. J > Address Snlol , c.ini of Poslman No. : IH. BOIWI J'WANTKD , A OOOU , wTuLlMMAHlNO J' mnii for cltv business. Call forenoon , 1117 N. iiOtb Nlre t , U to la n. m. MH'JIt ! MKN7VNU WOJIBN ON SALAKY Oil LAItnU eoinmlsshm to Inlrodura our nnw Family Clothes Washer , weliflitl \ pounds ! exclusive. turrllory. Com presioil Air Washer Co.If. John- BOH IIMir. , Cincinnati , O. MH1I5 : WANTED FEMA1.E . HELP. Hales , l c ji word llrsl Insertion , Ic a word thereafter. Nothing takutl for lesn than UKc " Waies -.nil. . Also cconil url ( wanted. Mrs. M. Levy , iOII7 ! Dodge. St. 7t)4-'J ) IWANTKD ! A'aiinOLK-AOKD WOMAN FOll Benor.il lionsowork ntaillS South ISlli. ISlli.M71'J M71'J 4 * 0 * WAN1T.I ) , OOOI ) I > A DY COOK , room ( flrl. JOH. F. Kylo. Wllbor lionsc. Wilbur , Nob. ' ai7lS ! 7 -WANTKD. LAUII39 AND GKNTLKMAN , WK will pay yovi 9 > to fir. | i r Week to do strictly liomo work for us. No c.invasslnsr nnd prompt naynient. Send self addn SMml envelope. Liberty Supply Co. , Liberty S < i. , lloilon. Mass. M711 S * - nlULFOUOKNKIlALUOUSBWOKK. Al'PLY lBll Shunnan mo. , eurnerOracu nt. M7 li ) 3' _ _ " " " -WANTKD7ATlIRL"FOK GENKUAL HOUSK- work.UlU Farnaiu Htruet. M7S'J ! l HOUSES. Katun , lllc a line each Insertion , $1.0 a line per month. Nntlililif taken for less lliaii 2.r > c. VIIOUSKS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. TluvO.'F. Davis company , l.'OO Farnam. 012 r\-i : A NlTTTuooM APARTMENTS. VON DORN JJblock , with steam ; refuiices ; 810 S. 22d VOlt. UKNT. 7-HOOM MODCUN FLAT , Laimu block , UOft S. iith : st. 1114 DO-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN. CHOICE. IN Stanford circle. C. S. Kleutlur , 204 Bee. bldir. f\-8-ROOM HOU8I3. MODERN , NEAR I1USI > X/neHS , rent moderato. Apply 204 Bee bullillnir. 045 D I-ROM ) COTTAE. ( ALSO 1 OR ( i UNFUR- nlshi-d looniM , all modern , beautiful lawn and Hhnde , N. E. cor. 22d and Mlama Hli'eets. 040 -7-ROOM FLAT , MODERN CONVENIENCES , down town location ; f-'O.OO ; references 10- quired. Wright L.-isbur } ' , 10th and Howard.MOO MOO 1 T-V -FLAT , 7 ROOMS. RANGE AND ALL OTHER L/convenlenees. Rood condlllon. $25 : call at Mat 'D- over sloi-o 70,1 S. 10th st. at 10 a. m. Ocortro XD . M171 D I-A NKW 0-ROOM AND A NEW 4-ROOM ll.it : all Improvements. 1112 South llthst. M ? ' ! ! 7 * ffV-FOR RKNT , SMALL BRICK HOUSE. 11113 JJCass Hlreul. M7fit ; ! ! ' TVNICELY FURN1SHI2D RESIDENCES ; ALSO J im furnished. Refcix-nces. VYClpl'tuw1 Arensy. 'f. B. Wlthnell blk. Ma-'ll O1H IV , . . , .RAULE 5-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN _ * tmprijvcmuiits. Hill South 22d strict. M.IH2 -FOR RENT , 10-ROOM HOUSE , BATH. GAS , huwerittre , electric bells , burular ahum , city water , cistern , bam. Inquire N. E. llarkalnw , il.MD F.iruaiu. MU01 I-V--FOR RENT. NICE 0-ROOM HOUSK , Itlfl i/Noith Twenllelh Blrcul , In llrsl-class condi li-r-j tion , tor Iwo or moro years lo Hinall family wllh no children , $00. Iloeffi ) & Hill. 1 IDS Farnam st. (107-2 ( T\ -NICE 4 AND 0-ROOM HOUSES , CHEAP. 008 JU N. llllhst. U03-1 * B-FOR RENT. FURNISHED 0-ROOM HOUSE wllhliKono block of ll.inscoin lui'k ; onu block of Paik avo. car line on ' . .ith st. Address SM , llee. 021 4' _ _ IV FOR RiNT--it-ROO.M : HOUSK AND BARN IN JJgood repair. JI400 Webster Ht. , fO. 703-i ! * HOUSE , ALL MODERN CONVKN- fijnces. 021W South lillli stroct. 7032 * SEE B. 3. KENDALL , 507 BROWN BLK. M707 Tl3. ' . UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT X'liouHekeiiplinc , also L 0-room corner Hat , nil oulsldo rooum. Wrl lit , t Laabury , lllth and M770 TV AFINBTKN ROOM MODKRN DWELLING 4'llvumluntes walk to buslncas center. Newly imwri'd and variilshcd. Innulro for W , F. Claik , 2207' Doliglai , Hi. , H10 0' . .H.JJOOM HOUSE , MODERN , SIMM MASON BOH COTTAGKROOMS. . MODERN , 3112 MA- oii street. MUB I It ROOM HOU8E. INQUIRE GUST HAMIL. iru : < Dorcjin st , B01-H * 4 ROOM OOTTAOK. CISTERN AND water , IlOth ami S.ihlvr stix-uta , only * : i.ll ) ) . MH17 4 . I ' | > ! ; V FOB Buyr ? mt WISHED BOOMS. \ff "IfiiTes. l-iiii % \ unfiTrtliiHorlloii.lon lifler. Nothing Ukun for leas than'JSu. noM3 FOR GENTLE aien only. u.3 b.r.uli 2ilh HimoU tl 17 * SO UTli FltO.NTlT'JOMS , ALL MODERN. 2(108 ( Hirney. ; _ _ _ _ 108 HI a * EHOMS , rllNILK ( AND KNStllTE ; EVHRY- tlilngmtw : lioiHu JiiHl llttivl up : oiui of iho bust locations in Hi" rlty. tiuir the Albiny and other lie inlliu hoin " * . 210. ' IDiik'lai Hifuui. Mili3 : EFmtNsHEl ) AND UNFURNISHED ROOMS .11 rent all parts of tint city. Gieat c.ill for un furnished toiiim Jliluter your moms with us. Room Rent.il Omcu , IIPIHT rooms Glolm biilldlnir , imiiand Do ten. _ M757 7 i ; UOOM WITH ALC'OVlTALSO SINOLK ROOM. .iJMmlern tj , tvonloiifes. 1V23 Uoilju. M705 7' 1"f FURMSHHD Ro5 > lS FOR HOUSEKEEPING. JH22i ( 3l. Mllry'HllVimuc. M703 3' "iy WANT lTl T"WO ( lENTLEMEN OR LADIKS JjIciioDru prlvato family , modem vonvenleiuvH , AiUln'st S 10 lli'ii , bOl ! 5 * I ? FOR HUNT , TO A GENTLEMAN. LARGE jfiirnlnh d loom with uli-ovu , In pi Ivatti fam ily IIOIIHO modern and ivnlr.il. S 17 , B < n , Mn24 U HOOM3 AND BOA1VD. i J.1 ; Till ? DOI.VN , 203 AND 211 N. 18TH ST. HIS I Tf * Voi Ni ( WOM"EN'S licit UNDKR CARE OF 1 Wonum'M Chrliillmi nssux-Utlnu , 111 S. I7lh Nt. U 111 ] ? ROTMS ( VNH HuAItDifll ! IC. HJIOK. 17TH utivet. _ J-'Tulil * Ib Fi'itNisiiun ncK.Ms , HOMH'TADLE. 1021 i F.iriiaiu _ sr.il - . " \l \ t 1j' rURNISIlEDROtlMS WITH HOARD UTOPIA , li } J117111-1721 " Di"J > < rt MI. liQl-4 * ' SOUTH "ROOM WITH suiTAiTLi r 1 < ALCOVK : fj Jlinanl. aaio DtKlirn. 702-0 * IX / 1,1 Fl'RNISHKU A D lTNi-'riRNTsriii"jlOOAis : * | \ / J hot \\alerlieat , ll ? t locatluu In thuclty. 212 " | , 5."rilj'ill ' 7"7 TD 1 li.indnoiiKi mom \\llh alcove , with bo'inl. ' 1'l'ui Fivni'-r , 110N'Jthul , M741 7 * 1 ? NKWLY rt'RNlSlllJDROOM'i.Wn'H HOARD , J' III tlm WiibKlcr , SIM N. Hllli hli-.M't M7t2 7 ii viiRNisihi : WITH 1 ulJOJ N. lUth , WITHMUH ) : ! T , * " L.uifTiT.VNlj Jl A LiTsoiiTIlTitONT iTfJOMS J ciinifimablo hoiini , riMiaiiablg r.iu < 4. 2Ssi nur- n it. t. NTtUl 7 _ _ _ _ 'Iji'-FlUiNISHKI ) I.AUtJK MJI.'Tll ' KilONTllOOM" J bay \\lnduwi iin lfiu i-onvuiilrupi-H , with boanl , 3.0i ) per week rath. i'lPO ( . ' .maul. M7U. . ; i UNITJR..IS-'DB.OMS Hatn.1) U jo n word llrst luterllun. luu vtonl ilii'iv- fliir Nothlii. Ukm for U-HH iluin.V. . ! < tS uj ' "Nt'iu % is.iKU KOO.\JI'y nsi NORTH \ UlJtii at Micua- FOB KENT TTNFPBNISn'P ROOMS tV.riflMU l. G PARLOR WITH IIOARD , 1723 CAPITOL nveimo M 774-7 * G -l ! UNFRUNISHKD ROOMS FOR KEEPING houno. 210 N , lilh : 81 , 80(1 ( FOK KENT STORES AND OFFICES. n tfn , 10c.illnno.ich Insertion , fl.r > 0 n line per month , Nothing taken for IPHH than V.'c. -FOUHKNT.THE l-STORV IltUCK I1U1MINO , JUlfl ) Knrnaiu at. Tin' Inillillnir Inn n fireproof co- input tiaHfincnt. complete lt.ini0i'atlnc fixtures , wntor nn nil tlio doom , ( tnt , etc. Apply nt tlmofflco of Tim HUE. 1)10 T WK IIAVK Sl'ACB TO IKT FOll DESK IIOOM J lo BOIIIII ( lonlralli' parly. Call or nUlros , WyckolT. S MnmtiH ft licnc < ltcl. 171'J Farnnm Hired. Om.-ih.l , Net ) . (151 1 BMiOANT NRW STOHKS ON KITH NEAll Howard ; nplcnillil location for clffar * niut con- .Tllonrrr , ci'iitV fiirntalitnirn or liny goatl line ; ilao gooil light b.iR < .MUi > iil. Wrlelit .V L-isbury. _ MOrt.l . -TO I.AUOK Oil SMALT. MANUPAOrUIlKltS- J Do you wnnl floor nparn whrrn your Item of rent A 111 1m Very rlienn ? Klcifant llRlit niul I'loclrlo lowi-rcaii boiirr.i.Krol. I millon. 3 W. cor. IDtli UK ! UUIIRI.IA els. Apply to ( Hobo Ixjau and Trust To. , nrrntR , lillli anil Dociiro. MV ! "i T-OHOICK rxjCATJON POH 1IAU11KH SHOP. Jl , " month. .Wrlfitlit A. UiHbury , Kltli nrt fowanl. M77ft T-llltlRK STOHK WITH KIXTU11KS. INQt'fltH llliimilainll. llllil Uorcan nt. Hiif.-H * D - aooi ) nmcic STOUK uooji , uuxito. imi ST. Mnrr'navonuojoiily $10.00 , niul will take rout out In trade. MM 17 t AGENTS WANTED. Haton , lOen llnopacli Irmcrtlon , fl.niln line l > cr nontli. NpllilngtakuiiforlcHH tlinn'J'ic. ' i -AOENTS"WANT'BD ; WK"OUARANTKK YO"U I'cnu maUo $75.1)0 ) to J.'II.OI ) a nioiitli working for UH In liny locality : will pay nalary or comiuls- Blon , us preform ! , nnrt axtwnwt. Money dpposllral In hank to cover namn when HtartiMl. If you am out of work wu havu Homotlilnir entirely nuw to olTcr , anil If you will follow onr Instructions your BIICOOBS In iin > . Tlio people rvlll liavo onr cooils , no matter how Imnl tin ) HIIIPH. Hie natrs i-oportcil everywhere. All reniilnnlof .von Inn llttlo pluck nnd pimh. Wo fnrnlBli H mplo ontllts freu. Wi Uo toil.iy for particulars boforu all valn.ibln ter- rliory Is taken. Address " " "Manufruliircrs. P. O. box riiS ; ( ) , lloaton. Mans. M'.i O Oil * AOKNTS WANTKU , LAUIR9 Oil (5KNTLK- ' men , to Introilncq nnd control tlio x.ilu of Uio patontiil New Moon embroidery ami tlarnltiir rlnir. A new Invention for doln ? nil kinds of fancy wo.'k and mendlM ? , by hand or mnclilnc. CopyrUhl < xl book of Instaictloim for nso on Iho Hewliu ; macliliio free with onler. Liberal uonimls- Mlons nnd n clear field. Samplu rlnir by mall anil full lurllcnlara for -3 cunts. Thu Ohio Novelty Co. . II I. Clnclnnalli O. M11H O1U * J ; KNTIUKLY NKW ARTICLK : IIIO COMMIS * nlons for laily nr Kentlemaii agents : ready alc In honsoholil orolllce. Send for circular and terms lUllII Monadnock llldg.Chleaio. Mrtlll I ) 'dayAOKNTS MAKE FROM * < ! ( ) ( ) to $10.00 1'KR 'day onrt-'oods. Wanted by all women : full directions and $ l. < liB.iinple ) free. Send 10 cents to pay DORtatu. J. W. Murioll , U10 W. 5th St. , Oln clmiall , O. MB 11 4 * STORAOE. Rates , lOu.illuo each InHertlon.iFl.f.On line per inonlli. Nolhlne taken for less than 'J.'ic. - ! ' . ' ! M-STOUAGE-WlLLIAMSiCROHS , 1 HARNKY II.VJ M STORAOK FOR HOUSRHOLD ROODS , clean and cheap rates. 11. Wells , 1111 Farnam. or.a WANTED TO BUY. TSJFOR CASH. I WANT 200 TO ! )00 ) SECOND- -l > hand chairs for hall purposes ; miistbu cheap and In iruodcondition. 1000 8th avonuu. Kearney , Neb. MOU1 0 \TWANT > : D. A STOCK OF GENERAL MER- lichamilsoln town of 1,000 loa.OOD. my $5,000. State lowest cash price. Address S 32 , Bee. M 732 U \T-WANTED80 AND 210 ACRES FOR SPOT 1' cash In Sarpy or Douglas counties. C. F. llar- rlsoii.lllN. ! Y. Life. 807 4 FOB SALE FUBNITUBE. Rates. 1 , 0 a wonl first Insertion , Ic ii word thereafter. Nothing taken for less than 25c. Orl "oil SALE. BEST MADE UP- rlght , piano. Iimnlro room SOU , First National Hank building. 054 O - OF ALL KINDS GOOD AS NEW. Wells Auction Co. . 1111 F.trnam st 1:10 : O-FURNITURE OF A TEN-ROOM HOUSE cheap ; rent $25.00 per month. 1017 Capitol avenue. MM ) . * 4 * CLAIRVOYANTS. Rales , lOc a line each Insertion. Sl.r.O a line per inonth. Nothing takwi for less than 23c. S MRS. NANNIE V. WARREN , OLAIRVOYANT. reliable business medium ; Cthycar at 110 N. liith. one MASSAGE. BATHS , ETC. Rates , Klu a'lino each Insertion , $1.50 u line par month. Nothln ? takcnfor _ lens than 25c. -MADAMESMITH , 602S. 13TH , SNDFLOOlC J- Room IS. Massage , vapor , alcohol , steam.sulphur- ' tie and dca'oatns. ni 711 7 rp MMB. CAKSON , 1121 DOUGLAS STREET , 3D J. floor , room 7 inassa.'o. uluoho anlplri'i and mil lulhs. MOHO II' T -MME. STOWE , > MAONETIO HF.ALKK 205 JL Douglas block M:1U9 : Ol" ri-MME. ANNA OF CHICAGO GIVES BATHS ; i-miik'ncllcmausifgo treatments. 110 North Ifitli street , room L , M811 S * PEBSOUTAI. . U MASSAGE TREATJIENT. ELECTRO-THER- mal baths , Hcalpnml hair treatment , nninlcnro andchlroi > odlsl.MrB.I > osl,31U > jS.lCthWlllinellblk lir.U U WRITE FOR A FREE , COPY OF OUR BEAU- Utility Illustrated Marriage Journal , containing pliiito-engravlngs o ( handsome , wealthy ladv ad vertisers. Brown Pnbllshliiif Co. , Box 2U6. To'ledo. O. MH12 21' MONEY TO LOAN BEAL ESTATE. W-MONEY TO-LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ] The O. F. Da via Co. , 1003 Fai n 1111 street. 057 \V-300.00 TO $1,500.00 TO LOAN , 1 TO B TT years on Impi oveil Omaha real esUitn or farm lands , K. C. Garvlu k Co. , 208 Shcely block. 058 W-MONF.YTO LOAN AT LOWF.ST RATI-S ON Improved and unimproved Omaha real cstato , 1 to fl yearn. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farnam. ( I5U T-LOANS ON IMPROVED ANT ) UNLMPROVED ' city proiiertv , $ ,1,000 and upwards. S to Otf iwr centnodel.iys.W. ; Farnam Smith It Co , 1U20 Farnam 000 r--MONEY TO LOAN AT CURRENT RATES. > Apply to W. B. Mulklo , First National Bk bid ? , 001 W-ANTHONYLOAN AND TRUST CO. , 318 N.Y. Life , lends at low rates for choice security on NcbraBltu and Iowa farms or Omaha clly prom-rty. 002 Rates , lOcnllnu i-aeli Insertion. $1.50 nllno per month. Nothlui ; taken for lisa than 23c. V DO YOU WANT MONEY7 Wo will loan yon ANY SUM you wish on vour : FURNITURE , PIANOS. IfOR.SKS. WAG6NS , I CARRlAliES , WAltmiOUSK RECEIPTS , etc , ; Wo KVI ! > prompt ntlentloii to nil upplleatlons , ; ; and v 111 carry your loan as long ns you wish. : ; Yoiicun redneotlio cost of carrying your loan ; ; by a payment at any time. Them la no publicity : ! or removal of prompcrty. ; ; FIDELITY LOAN (1UARANTKE ( CO. . i ! ROIIIII I Wllhuell block. ; ; Cor. 15th and HarnoyBta. ; y MONEY TO LOAN jWu will loan you any sum uhlcli you wish , Hinall or lartre. at Iho lowest pohhlblo rnlos , In the < iulfkesl posalblo thin- , and fur any leiielh of llini ) In hull you. You can pay U back In mich fnslall- miinis as you wish , when > ou wluli , ami only pay for U as lone s yon keep It , You can borrow on * HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND PIANOS , HDRSKS. WAGONS AND CARRIAGES. WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS. MERCHANDISE OR ANY OT1IUR SECURITY. Wtlliont plnbllclty or removal of properly , OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. . 0tl SDUTH lllTH STREET , llrst floor auuvu thu Htri-ct. TJIKOLDKST , LARlJKST AND ONLY INCORPOR- ATF.D LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA. tOI ) Ar WILL 1 < OAN MONEY ON ANY KIND OF SK- Arurlly ; strictly cotilideiitlal. A , E. Harrisroom 1 Cimtlnciilnl bluck , liu.'i Y-"MONEY ro Lori"oN CHATTKIJ AT vmiHleralo rates. A4dros S 14 , Bw , MJU.l a BUSINESS OHANCbS. RaUs , Klo.i llnooacli Insertion , U10 a lluo | xr moiilh , Nolhlne taU.tu fpr Ie 4 tliiiii 2Sc. Y-FOR RKNT. A 1IA1CB.IV . KHOP , OLD STAND No , UIO Noitl ) lUtli Hiru.-t. Apply to Jus. ReJ- limn , - Ar ORRKijPnNDKNCH . , L lartlc * h.ivtni llvu to ten tlnmaand dollars. IliiHlncHS dHlllc | : nrl loucjilablUhtul , Moro i-iipllal niiHt > xl , AiJn ] > i In ulrlct coulldiMicn. Q SH , Hw. M23HO10 * Y ; WK FL'RNISiol'n-AL TO START YOU 1 In bimlDf . W > ) waul lo cMablUli ouo hoiicat. rullablii , eiifcrtiriMnx' iH > rkuii. mini or woman , In u U'Klllm.iu > mi.nev maxlnir iniKlurtts In utery coun IV lr the \vv K UiikliieH.4 Ihv'J'UU. cwy uudleiflll- mule. Illy moiuty for parl.cH u Illi punli and pluck. It > uili-nrt fiirnlsli HI-HI ' - . . . * . - . . . ply. RfiiittalUir. no muiu-y r tuln | l , Wiltint inu-t * . iMforo bomo one with niiim unterprNe mire * your territory Tiiii Jr ) . < lh-r JI"-j ! jtcmiily Co. . 2U4 K.i < n | t. , Ck-im ( > . IIM CIO ± * ' & & * , ' * & * * t > &W * When Lovely Woman Stoops to Folly , $ ' * and continues to use the old-fashioned.so-callecl J soaps , which destroy clotliing and cleajnto thing ; soaps which are costly at any price , ineffective , < | labor-increasing and wasteful , instea'djof ' using j > j 7 < / Finds Too Late that Men Betray , * * bad temper when their collars , cuffs and shirts , and the household linen , are ruined by cheap , ' ' wretched soaps ; | What Charm can Soothe her Melancholy ? | Why ! Santa Glaus Soap Sold by nil Groccra. Manufactured only by ; N. K. FAIRBANK & CO. , - Chicago. " ' * ' * Vtf BUSINESS CHANCES Cnntlnuoi. Y FOR INVP.STORS-FOR SALE. IN DRY Roods start * ilalnir a larco business In Lincoln , Neb. , it city of 115,0(10 ( population , a few ot the best departments , Iho dep.irlmenls dolmr a KOOI ! and IHtilllablo business. The stock will Involcn about $ . ' . .000.00 In each department. For further partlc- ulais , address John B , Cunningham ' Lincoln , Neb , M'IMT M2H7 _ Y A IIOMK AND AN INCOMK. HOW YOU may ret II In the Orecon and Washington coun try. Call nt ofllco of U. V. Hholes Co. , room 1 , First National b.mk bide. Steams Fmlt Land Co. of Portland , Ore. 540 YFOll SALK , NICK CLHAN STOCK OF UKUOS ; only store In town : will ( tell on reasonable tetms : notr.ides wanted. Address J , H. Ilentley , IniOKi'iio , lit. MBK27 * Y FOR SALK , KKSTAUHANT AND CONFKO- llonery. only onu III town of HOO , $100.00. Ad dress llox. No. 11 , rapllllon , Nob. MUiO : 3 Y-FOR SALE , STOCK OF MERCHANT TAILOR- Inir ( roods and Irlmmlnes , Invoices abonl $710.00. nearly now , lo bo sold cheap. F. T. Mc- Laln , assignee , Ames , la. M027 4 Y FOR SALE. ELEGANT STOCK GROCERIES ! flrst-chiss location ; irood reasoiis for selling : Block will Involuo about $1,800.01) : will bo Bold for cash only. MC8 , ' . O3 V-FOR SALE OR RENT. 11E3T 1'AYINO MEAT 1 market In city. Inquire at 'JSU Illoiulo street. MtfHS O'-'l ) ' Y FOR SALE , ELEGANT STOCK GROCERIES ! first-class location : irood reasons for sclllngl stock will Invoice about sfl.ROO.OO ; will bo sold for cash only. Address S ' . ' 8 , Bee . JI085 O''O' Y FOR SALE. A FIRST-CLASS DRUO BUSI- ni'HH. stock about ifJ.ooO : tint only drtur Htoro In a town of COO InhabitantsFlllmon ; comity , Neb. AddiX'SSbox 414 ! , Gcnuva , Neb. ' M7lS ! 7 * . Y WANTED. STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHAN- dlsoto liivolcoabout $ j,000.00for ffood Omaha proiiuny : no usent nee < l apply. Address S 44. llee. . , , W7n8 II' FOB EXCHANGE. Rates , 1 Oca line oacli Insertion , $1,00 a line per month. Nothtn ? taken for less than 'J.'c. r/-l OWN 100 FARMS IN NK11RASICA. KANSAS * ' : \ MDakota. \ . Will sell cheap or exchange for mdsc.horacs and cuttle. Add. boX7GFraikforUInd ooa 7-CLEAN STOCK OF GENERAL MD3E. WILL fJlnku real estatemoney. Dox'Frankfort. ! ) . Ind. OUO Z WILL TRADE FINE EQUITY OF $4,500.00 In C lot. corner , unimproved. In Denver , Colo. , for clear land In central or eastern Nebraska , Also clear lots and acre.ieo at MmiUou , Colo. S. J. Richards , Box 104 , Denver. Colo. M'-'OO 01G I/-A GOOD STOCK OF HARDWARE TO TRADE AJforland and cash , or will tflvo time. Address S Jl Ueo. 01)11 y--FOR TRADE , WELL IMPROVED FARM FOR Hlock of merchamllst. .Call ut Merchants hotel , October a , 18 : t , Omaha. > L. B. James. Jr. UOS-4 FOB SALE BEAL ESTATE. Rates , lOc n line each Insertion. Sl.fiO a line per month. Nothing taken for less than -.Tc * ARGAINS-HOUSES , LOTS AND FARMS , SALE or trade. F. K. Darllnf , Darker blk. 070 1ST MORTGAGES. ANY AMOUNT } . G. Wallace , Urown block , lUtUandDonclas , ; _ v _ t _ H20 $2 , 100.00 IN 1ST MORTGAGES. PAY 10 PER . enrt principal and Intoroatmiarunteed. Address "Seller , " S ! ! 0. Bi-e. MOS t fi _ " 8" 00 ACRES GOOD FARM LAND 'FOR ' SALE AT low in leu or oxcliaiiKO , In Nebraska , for mer- chandlso or horses. U. II. Peterson , 1111. S. llitU st , _ M037 O-.l NEW , LARGE 5-ROOM HOUSE , WIDE PORCH , cemente < t collar and onthousas , with lot. $1'JOO.OO. Four nlco lots , COxl'7 f , > ot each , hnlf block from street r.ttlw.tv near Kountzu I'l ice , $1,300.00 each. Other rcalilonco and Inmlnosi lots emially cheap. Wrlto mo or call at room .TO I , P.ix ton block , city. J. T. M. _ _ _ Ml''ll ) Oil ) FARM LANDS. C. F. HARRISON , Dili N. Y. LIFE r.i-oi FARM3-A. JOHNSON , 1S14 CAP. AV. . OMAHA. Mll.ll O-JS' I7OR SALE-NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE OF J1) rooms : honso has all modern conveniences : nlco barn ; lot 10O feet by 171. Call at 40'i : Ham ilton. 433-ii FOR SALE , ATTRACTIVE HOMES. V.EHY cheaix See Gco. W. P. Coates , in Patterson bile. MuOO ft40 ACRES FOR SALK OR RENT IN GOSPSER UCi. . Nob. Owlnc to 111 health I will sell thi > above section of land at n bargain on terms to stilt or will rent It for thrco years ; teed 7-rooin homo and all necessary ontbiilldlngs ; : IOO oerus under cultivation , balance pastures. Apply to O. Lowotli Tremont hotel , Lincoln , Neb. M7HO : i K ACRES FOUR AND ONE-HALF MILES t-MiorthwcBt of postoflleo ; price $1,500 ; call at onco. C. R. Bo.ilriBlit , : ! 01 N. Y. Life. M 701 T 1ST YOUR REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR EX- JL/clianb'o with II. J. Kendall , 007 Brown block. M 10 N2 HOMES , fSOO.OO , $1.000,00 , $1.500.00 : ANY price : easy terms. G. G , Wallace , IJrowii block , KHIi and Douglas. MH'JU N-J 17OR SALE , EASY TERMS , LOTS IN FRASER , X1 lowa : new town : $ .10.00 to $ .100 oo , Also mo acres , uood garden land. T. Fureuson& Co. , 101B Furnnm. Mrt''l N'J 8ECUKITIE3 FOB SALE. Rates , Illc a llnunach Insurtlon , $ l.nO a line IH.T inonth , Nothlni , ' taken for less than 2Cc , WE OWN. UY FORECLOSURE. AND OFFER ono of Iho best properties on Lowe avenue , all In oleganlslmpn , 1 7 feet front , with overyllilngr complete tthn liointuand b.irn alone costing $10- 000.00) ) , lit u prlea low onoilgh to justify a pnrcliaso solely as an Investment. It Is the best pioperty In Omaha for the iponey. Look It over Inuldo and out. Inspect It closely. It will bn sold .it a great sacrifice. This Is an oppor tunity of your llfo to tret one of the mom beautiful residences In Omaha for less than CO per cunt of Its actual cost. Call and wo will show yon this property with pleasure. CLO1IE LOAN .V TRTST CO. . 10th mid Doilfn HtroMs. UU7 H IGH CRADE OMAHA CITY MORTGAGES , netting purchasers eood rate of Interest , minis of from $100 up forsalolij-Globo Loan ATrustCo , , 10th .V tiotlgo , Oinuha. Particulars pu application , 008 8 PER CENT MORTGAGES FOR SALE , SECUR- Itv absolutely H.ifu. Ames Real Ksliu < ueency. ] 017Farnnm. OU1I SHOKTHAND AND TYPEW1HTIN3 Rates , lOo n line each Insertion , il.till a line per month. Nothing taken for less than ' 'fie. YOUNG LADIES AND OKNTLKMKV CAN SO3N acimlro a worklmr knowledge of Hhorthand and tyiHiwrllhiKUt A. U. Van .Sinfb hchoui of Bhort- liand.&I.IN , Y Lifo. Typow rltera to r ut. U71 O MAHA COLLEGE Or1 BHOIU'IU.VD AND Typewriting employs an "oxp jrt" oiHalal oanrt reiHirterau Instructor. l-'a llUlm .ml location im- Hiirp.ii , ud. A. C. O.nr , A. M. , principal a.i I prj. ! > rliHor. lloyil'a NuwThoator bnlMlii ) ; . M' 71 OIO LOST. Uatea , mo n word first Insertion , la a word thuruattcr. Nothing takun forloai tltiuiSe \ , LOST A SMALL NOTEBOOK ! NAME WITHIN. lr. PunUoiii proajiil adclr < M ) , UroKlway anU (1th , Connvll Bluffs. Huw.irJ MOIJ ; LOST , GREAT DANE DOG. REWARD FOR RE- turn lo Jno. Hoist , 20Ba Cuintui FOB BEN I1 HALL ? ! Italos , Ilk ) a line each insertion , $1.60 a lluo IH.T mouth. Nothing taken for Ins * limn i''is , O IAHA UIJARDS ARMOR Y. " 17 U ' 6 A'pITOL avonnu. for ' lulls , mucthuii. club pirlltii. etc. Also Moraud'H aH tJ-nUly . 00 113 , 1510 Haruuy. bothhallH on tlrat toor : no NfUra : . uo nlllar.i ; lilKlicolllur ; pcrfocl vuutllatlouilfriiiiruinouatil.j. Cult anil sec Miiraiul uvforj routing-olfunvUurj. MU22 OJ Rales. IKo a won ! llrsl Insertion , lo a word thoro- nflcr. Nothing taken for less than t5c. " ' - bull , three while legs. Can bo had by owner bv paying nil expense nt Sam Clanicirn. E.ist Omaha. _ M7f.lt M * WOBLTJ'S FAIIt HOTELS fe BOOMS Kates. IKc n word first Iniertlon. lo.i word tlioro- ntlcr. Notliln ; ; taken for lest than Uiic , fPHOSK"ISHTNGTo"raif TIllfwotrLD'S F/UR i-at Chicago can tlnd neatly furnished moms at 204 : Wlli Htrect , near Gr.md llonlnvard , at ftOc to Jl.no per day ; convenient to elavatod R. R. and Coltago ( trove avenno nablo cars , liUO Olll TJNDEBTAKEBS AND EMBALM.EBS Rales , lOc a line each Insertion , Sl.ull a line per month. Nothing taken for less than -T > o. WITH : "JOHN a. * ' . Jacobs , deceased ; later with M. O. M.inll.nndcr- laker and cmbalmcr , 315 3. 10th st. Tel. UOU. 072 PAWNBROKEBS. Rates , lOo a line each InsiVtlon. $ ! . " , ( ) a line per inonth. Nothlni ; taken for less than ' -'fie. T SONNENHERG , DIAMOND BROKER , itl.- : ( ' . Douglas St. Loans money on rilamonds watches , etc. Old gold and silver bought. Tol. 1558 117.1 SCALES. Rates IKc a wonl first Insertion , Ic a wonl there after. Nothing t.iken for less than U5c. N"EWANDSECOND : IIANDSCALKsTALLKfNDE Address llonlen & Sclleck Co. , Lake st.Chcago ! 074 MUSIC , ABT AND LANGUAGES Rates , lOo a line each Iii i > rtlon , $1. ! > 0 a line pc month. Nothing taken fo'iOuss than -"ic. GF.GELLENBECK. BANJO 1ST AND TEACHER , . 1810 California ut. 1114 Rates , lOc a line each Jn'sortlon , 81.50 n line pc montli. Nothlni ; taken for loss than 2. > c. of prices. Tel. i.SH. Howies A , Babb 013N. Y. Llfobldg. SenU fbr samples. BflO I > BE3SMAK.ING. Rates , lOc n line each Insertion , $1.50 a line par month. Nothing taken for loss than in. . E Na AfJnMENTS TO'DO f.tmtllea solicited. MlssStuidyfJlS Nicholas atreet. s 70U.O.I * \ \ rANTED-DRESSMAKING IN FAMILIES : EX- perlcnxied , with best rcforences. Address S42 , ce- ' ' . ' . - 7 ° a' SUES ft CO. . Heo ' AdvlcoFllEK. KAILWKY TIME GfiRD Leaves ( CHICAGO. BURLINGTON A Q.l Arrives Omaha I Depot lOlh and Mason Sts. I Omaha 4.20 pin . Chlcazh Voatlbnlo . S.ooli'n l.i.1am : . Chlcajh Express . O.SO am 10.15pm . Chicago Express . 4.2. .pm 7.17 pni . Chicago & Iowa Local. . . . . . 5.05 pm Leaves . r | Arrives O tiaha JJppot 10th mvl Mason Sts. I Om aha 10.15am" Denver Express 11.25 am 10.ir.am Deadwood Express .1.00 pin 4. 0pm Denver lixpress 4.00pm U.SO pin . .Nebraska Loc.il ( ExcQptS.m ) . . O.nopm 8.1iam . .Lincoln Lonil ( RKcept Sun ) . . ( Lap am Loaves I "K.C..sT.'J. .t "Arrlvus Omaha I Depot Hllli and Mason Sts. Omah.i 0.43 am I. . . .Kansas City Day Express. . . , .1.55 pin 10.15 pm K. C. Night Exi ) . vl.i U. P. Trans. 0.10am 10.15 pull St. Louli Kxprom 5,10am Leaves ] 'JHTCAGO , R. I. , t PACIFIC. Arrlvoi Omaha I Union Dapot 10th JfcMarcy 3ta. | Omaha EAST. j . Atlantic Express 0.00 pin 4.00pm Nebraska State Limited. . . . fl.nium 7.10pm Night Express 7.55am e.OOpm World's Fair Llmltod 2.00 pin 12.1oam Oklahoma Bxp. ( to C. 11. ox. Sun ) D.50 am I WIST. 0.00am OklahomaATox inKxn.Kx.Siiii ( ) 12.10am 2.05 pin Colorado Llmltud 3.50 inn 0.03am.Nubrasku [ Statj LlmltuJ. . . . 4.55 pm Luavus | UNION PACIFIC , TArrlvoj O.nalia I Union Supot 10th AM.ircy Sts.l Omalia 0.50 r.m Denver Express 4.03 pm 2.15pm Overland Flyer 7.00 pm 4.15pm lloalilou A StromsbV Ex ( ox Sun ) 12,30 pm 0.40pm Pacltlo Expreai 10.40am II .30 p. r : .Denver Fast Mall 4.'JOpm "Loaves I OlIIOATTOrSIIL A ST. PAUL. I Arrives Omaha I U. P. Depot and Marey Sts. | Oaiaha fi.IfOpml ChlcacoExiiross I O.t5nm : Il.JIOaml ChicagoExpress | S.SOpm Fr.'ET'Oia VTCTTLEY I Arrives Depot l.'illi anil W.QisUtr SH. I Omah R.noam DoidwooJ 4.50 pm H.rU.im ( Ex. SiUWyo. Bicp. ( Bt , Mon. ) 4.51) pm 5.aOp n . . .Norfolk ( Ex. S I'l 1 I/I lO.'O itm 5.45pm St. Paul - 0.23 u n Leaves CHICAOOX NORTH WKSTN. O.nahal U. P. di'pat. llllli 't M ircv Sis. Onrih i 10.40am . * . . . . .Chicago E xpreHH. , . , . . , O.O'i pm 4.05pm . , , , , . . , VuhllbulQ Llmltx'i. . . . . 7.00 pm E.irttorn Flyei 215pm 3.45pm Chlc.Pasb 12 35 pin Leaves I MISSOURI PACIFIC. lArrTvoV Omalial Dojiot ISlh and Wubnter Sts. | Omaha 12.45pm 7. StTLouls'Expres.i ' I ll.OOnm 10.00 pm , . . , , . , St. Louis lIxjiriiSH. . . , , . . . ] 4,25 P'li S.4t ) | iui Nebraska Local. . I H.45 am Leaves I . C. ST. P. . M. & Q. Arrives Omaha " | _ Depot Ifith and Webster Sts. Omaha . .SIoux" Clty""Acco.n7iiod1iUoii , . ( COS pm 1.15pm Sioux City Expr < j < H ( E < c. Sim. ) 12.40 pai 5.45pm St. Paul Limited 0.23 nil 0.10 pin Oakland P.isaonrur ( Ex. Sun. ) 8.15am Leaves SIOUX CITYlfPACIFO. Arrives Omaha Depot , lOartiUMarcy Sts. Omaha * 0.40Hm , Sioux Cltv l' sonzi.T 4.00pm St. Paul Express OMAHA A 4V. LJ'JH. , Mirov St , iLl The following raar"iflfe } ! o licenses were is- sued .vostcitlny : , j , , Name nnd Address. , , f Age. I Krcdl'lnlicrtv. Oiniilui.- . I t/'ellu lliiiiiilfun , Oniulia r J t'lmrlcs H. Lear , Oiiuilia . , . , . . 31 I Hohiida 1\ 21 j Clnirlesi K. Strnumor , ( Jmaha . 30 I llluncliu E. lluudlnut. Uiuiilm. . , , , . , . 22 : JAIuortL. MffJIll , Oninha . , . 23 I Kvo E. Dennis , Omulia' . , . , . 23 j MIUo Glese. Oiiuilia. . . * . . , . , . . . . 21 I ( Juitriido Ilarclln , Omaha . . . . U j August Ailaniboii , Oimtha . . . . . 2-1 I Lunu Jolinson , Uinulin , , , . , . . . 27 j John Kozcrlc , Unmlia. . , , , . . . . , . , . , . . . , 2i I Anni i.S obr > iIi : , Oinuhti. . . . . . . . , , . . , , . , . . . 2C J Jcitupli li. llurtu , Oinnliu . . . , . , . . . 21 I I'Jilluimma .MustCiky , Umaliii . , . 21 j L. 8. Shannon , Waterloo. Nub . , . , . . . . 34 ( iMiphlu 1C. Junes , Witturlou , Nub. , , , , , , , , , , , at u j Otto Ihiouclt , , otltli Oniulm . , . 38 1 51un lu Hurbuicli , Hotitli Umuliu . , . , 21 jSlowart A.Siiiiiiutii. Hliullon , Nol ) . . . . . . . . . 22 I Mauilo L. lluuohur , Uinitbu. . , . , , . . " Coiniiiiiiiioitlnii Uuntorrd. New YOIIK , Ocl. B. Ttio Western Uniot Tulu ruiiU company unnouni-oa tluit com mumu.ition via ( IIIno Jalvcston to the Argentine Uojiubliu ana points boyoud has ooun nee stored. SILL ANNOUNCE THE RESULT Jommittae of Orjranizad Railway Labor Will Hold an Important Oonfaronca. THE UNION PACIFIC FEDERATION BOARD Uonfercnro with Mr. Dlrkliiftnn Will Ho Hold Tomorrow ICiiKlneer.t lto.ir < ( ot Ailjtintiiiont In. Srnslon Oilier Hull. w.ijr News ot t.ociil lnlrrcit. A conference of general Interest In rail way circles will bo liolil at Union I'.tclllo liotulqiiartcrs toiliiy or tomorrow , boiwopit Ocnorul MnimRor Dickinson and the fcder.1- tlon boatil of Union Paelllo employes. Last August Mr. Dickinson , ponor.il mali nger of tlio Union Pacific , Issued an onicr offocllvo SuiHumbur 1 , reducing salaries ot omplo.vcs as follows : Thosorwolvliitr / from 00 to § 100 per montli , lOucrccnt ruiltictlon. These receiving frontSlOO to $ ' , ' 00 pornionth , per cent. Tnoso receiving from $200 to $500 nor montli , 1.1 per cent , These receiving over ? 500 per month , 20 per cent. This applied to alt monthly men with the exception of telegraphers , who , having an agreement with thu company , required thirty days notice. A conimlttcoof employes , representing the various railway brotherhoods , called upon Mr.Dlcktnson.nnd after discussing the situa tion for several hours , withdrew and decided to submit the matter to a popular vote of all the employes on the system. A circular was accordingly Issued to the employes on the system August ! M. It was signed by the heads of the various branches of organized labor employed on the Union Pacific. After discussing the proposed reductions , the fol lowing propositions were submitted : First Shall wo accept a 10 per cent cut for an indefinite time ! Second -Shall we nccopt a 10 per cent cut until January 1 , Ib'.U ' ? Third Shall wo offer the company a loan of 10 per cunt of our monthly wages until January 1 , IS'JH ' The circular also contained instructions to "call n special meeting of respective organ izations at the earliest , possible moment to consider nnd vote on these propositions. It is distinctly understood that the propositions refer entirely to a question of wages , and in no wny olToot existing agreements or sched ules as to rights and rules governing em ployes , " Tills call for a popular expression of opin ion was signed by George W. Vroinan of North Platte , Neb. ; F. K Gllliland of Coun cil Bluffs. J. N. Corbin of Denver , N. K. Mc- Drido of Grand Island , C. A. M. Potrie of Kills. Kan. : George O. Farmer of Omaha , T. W. Wood of Denver , and E. U. Wholan of Omaha. Thcso gentlemen constituted the canvassing board , to receive tip ballots and announce.results. Ic was decided to have the federation committee wait upon General Manager Dickinson and announce the ver dict of the employes. It was furthermore agreed to empower the committee with authority to insist upon oflleial recognition of the dcinnnd. The members of the board will all bo nero today. General Manager Dickinson arrived homo yesterday morning nnd will meet the men. The Federation board is composed of the executive heads of the various branches of organized railway labor on the Union Pacific system. Tlioy wilt meet at the Arcade hotel this morning previous to calling upon Mr. Dickinson. It Is said that the vote is against the proposed reduction in .vages. I-AltOHTKOUllLi : ON THE RIO ( illANDi : . Proposition Mmln by the Company to Its Kmployos. DBSVEU , Oct. 2. After weeks of weary waiting the Denver & Hlo Graudo grievance committees liavo been reinforced uy tlio ar rival of tlio grand chiefs or their representa tives of the organizations to which the grievances on the Hlo Grande 1m vo been sub mitted. Two weeks ago the local commit tees expected the chiefs to bo hern , but owing to the prolonged situation on the Big Four the conference has been delayed until now. Yesterday A. B. Youngson , assistant grand chief of the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers , and F. P. Sargent , chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen , and T. T. Slattor.v , second vice president nf the Order of Trainmen , arrived in this city. Chief Clark , from iho engineers organiza tion , nnd Chief Mearhart nf the operators have been hero for some time , and the new arrivals made the complement complete for the conference. This evening a conference ivas hnd with General Manager Jeffreys of the Kio Grande. After a long consultation Mr. Jeffreys pro posed that the schedules in force prior to August .1 , po far. as it affects telegraph operators , and September 20 , so far as ttio other orders are concerned , remain in force , excepting that each month from these dates until December 31 a reduction of 10 per cout will bo made from the monthly pay rolls bolero the men are paid. On January 1 Manager Jeffreys agrees unconditionally to restore in full the rates of pay ns they existed prior to the dates above named. The company further agrees to pay the expense -and salaries of the local grievance committees through nil ttio series of conferences that have been goIng - Ing on recently. This Is done because the men arc hero at Uio request of the company. On January 1 another conference will bo hold with the men If iho company so de sires. The committee is generally in favor of ac cepting the proposition , but as It does not desire to shoulder the responsibility of doing so , the matter will bo put to a vote similar to that of tlio nig Four road and the men bo permitted to dccido for themselves. It is expected that the vote will bo received by next Friday , until which time the committee will remain hero. Without doubt tlio trouble will bo satisfactorily arranged nnd no strike will occur. TIIYINO TO KliBI * IN Till : U. 1' . It * Notion of Wlthdiarral from tin Went urn I'usaeiiKtir As octiUliiii , CHICAGO , Oct. 3. Every effort Is being made by the Western Passenger association lines to have the Union Pacific think over Its notlco of withdrawal from the association. There. Is the usual amount of talk of dis rupting the association , but such an event Is no way probable. The trafllo agreement existing between the lines will probably hold good dcspito the withdrawal of tlio Union Paclllu. It hold during the strain entailed by the with drawal of the Alton , and the Union Pacific business In much further from the associa tion headquarters than that of the Alton. The meeting of the association will bo held October 0 , and It Is probable that the matter will bo arranged at ( hat time. HA meeting of the general managers of the Central Traffic association will be held to- morrow'to consider rales for Chicago d'ty at the fair. As low a rate as that put In by the Western Passenger association lined will doubtless uo authorized , S. F. Day. the trallio manager of the Ches apeake , Ohio & Southwestern , today sent out telegrams declaring that the switchmen's trouble on that line had boon greatly exag gerated ; that the movement of trains bad in no way been interfered with , nnd that the road Is prepared to hnndlu purishableandall other kinds of freiuht as In the past. I10AKD Of Union I'liclllo Kn lnc-erg Hold Their lur lllvimlal Scmli.il. The board of adjustment of the Brother hood of Ixicomotlvo Engineers of the Union Pacific system hold its biennial meeting at Arcanum hall on Douglas street yesterday. Tlio mooting was an executive one id only routine business was transacted. le engineers have agreed not to nut-opt any cut In p.iy , as was proposed by the management of the Union Pacliic company some tuna nlo. They claim that they fully earn all the money they receive and do not think it equitable to bo reduced on account of hard times. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Acting for the Northern 1'urlflo. ST. PiJ'f. , Oct. -Instructions have been issued from the traftlo department of the Northern Pacific to its agents whohaio bcon working jointly with the Wisconsin Central , that they are now acting exclusively for the Northern Pacific , nnd that horonftor they must observe the strictest neutrality ns be hero and Chicago. This Is another St In the tlio direction of complete * .op.irv . tlon , which will soon bo absolute. \Vnnt Iteoftlvnr * Appointed. FAIWO , Oct. 3. I ) . A. Ilndsnyof | Fargo np poarcd In the circuit court today asking for the appointment of a receiver for the leased llnrs of the Northern Pacific , claiming that they are running behind ui > on tholr opcr.it- Ing expenses , and fixed charges. The rotds interested and their deficits for the past year arc as follows ! Fargo ft Southwestern , flP.oOO ; Northern Pacific , Lamouro & Missouri Valloy. 30.000 ; .lames Kivor Valloy. $05,000 : Sanborn , Cooporstown ft Turtle Mountain , $ < 0OOQj Jamestown \ & Northern , $12,000 ; extension of the latter road , ? 2,000 ; Southeastern , $0.000. ' 'Jo The Interest of the bonds was defaulted October 1. The receivers claim the tleflc- ionoy has boon as great since they wort ) ap pointed | as before. Tlioy were represented by General Counsel MoNatisht and Hall and Watson. It Is asked that Alexander .MoICen- zlo and Henry Stanton bo niailu receivers. ' Sparks nnd I'linlcr * . A largo number nf Union Pacific engineers and there families are visiting In Omaha Leon Hart of Ijonviow , Tox. , lias boon ap pointed receiver of the Texas , Sablno Valley ifc Northwestern road. There Is u heavy exodus of people from Omaha lo the World's fair this wook. J'lio $10 rate It n popular otic. T. D , IllnchclifCo has boon appointed to succeed .Mr. Marcus Hook as uuditor anil treasurer of the Jacksonville Southeastern. C. A. Henderson , general superintendent of the Jat'ksonvlllo Souihuistirn : ! , has re signed and Is succeeded by .Mr. F. L Tompkins - kins , formerly master of transportation. Amoni ; the cnstbound passengers on the Chicago , t Nortluvestorn yesterday \voro Uov Dr. Klnkald and Mrs. Peavey , 1' . Whitney , Mrs. K. Scott , Mrs , Fotsyth and Mrs. Van Curan. Henri1 Whltcomb and Howard Morris have been appointed receivers of the Wisconsin Central company nnd the Wisconsin Central Railroad company by Judge Jenkins of Mil waukee. Hunry F. Whitcomb , formerly general manager of the Milwaukee , Ixtko Shore & Western , lias been appointed general man- acorof the Wisconsin Central , succeeding Mr. S. ti. AInslto. Ernest Vllot , formerly general passenger ngent of the Mltwaukeo. Lake Shore .t Western , which position ho resigned in Oc tober. IS'.ll. died on the ir.th inst. at Milwau kee , aged 4'J years. Harry f. . . Flanders , late superintendent of the central division of the Missouri Pacific , has been appointed division uupurihtondcnt of the Mexican Central , with headquarters at the City of Mexico. The Burlington was compelled to put cy nn extra sleeper to accommodate their Win id's fair passengers yesterday. Colonel Jack Dowllng is hustling the pil rlins in n innnner th.it , causes envy nmon his fellow tteUot agents. HEW ELECT111O ORDINANCE. City IClectrlclnii Cowclll Voniilcteiu | Mens- uro tor ( N.i tilvratli.n of the Council. City Electrician Cowgill hnscoinplcteU the now electrical ordinance , which has been approved by City Engineer Hosowator mid City Attorney Council. It will bo presented to ttio council this evening. The ordinance - nance is quitn loiiRthy and contains soventy- sovcn sections , nnd Mr. Cowgill pronounces it very cotnploto. The moro important changes from the old ordinaneo are brielly summed up as follows : Plans and specifications for nil nleclric plants , devices or wiring shall bo submitted to the electrician before work is commenced , nnd I work can only proceed upon a certificate issued by him. Dead wires that- have not been in use for thirty days shall bo removed unless there Is a satisfactory reason given for thoir-not being removed. Permits shall bo issued for nil electrical work , whether new or repairing of old , and the city electrician shall make a charge of 5 cents for each incandescent lamp , CO cents per horse power of motor capacity and for o.tch arc lamp 50 cents. The placing of any pole , stub or sustaining device upon the i streets or alloys is prohibited unless a permit is gran ted by the electrician , aud lie ahull not , issue such permit where the scrvicocui bo secured by poles already standing. One dollar lar is the charge for each permit of this kind and 25 cents for each polo. In granting such a porrait the city does not lese its right to tax any or all polos. Where poles are of metal they must bo securely grounded. All poles must bo immediately painted after erection with at least two coats of paint , and as frequently ns once in two years thereafter. To avoid nn excess of poles the electrician may require the wires of the same kind upon the same pole , al though the wires bo owned by different companies , the basis of rental to bo fixed by arbitration. Only these who are licensed will bo permitted to tear down or molest anp electrical wiring. This applies particularly to plumbers , paper Dangers , etc. , and the punishment will bo a suspension of license. All companies , firms or individuals doing an electrical business shall be licensed and furnished indemnifying bonds in the amount of,500. . All foremen and contractors who have charge of work must pass an examina tion before a board of examiners , who shall consist of the board of steam engineers , boiler inspector nnd city electrician. This applies also to each steam engineer in charge of n dynamo or motor , and fore men of outside and inside construction. Tl.o violation of the terms of tlte ordinance will bo deemed u misdemeanor , and each offense is punishable by a One not to exceed 1200 or Imprisonment , or both , in the discretion of tlio court. JfORAY ON THE BACK. City Council Convene * as n Tribunal to Hour i The city council convened yesterday as u tribunal to listen to the testimony in tlio case wherein Major John B. Furay , as a member of the Board of Public Works and sewer commissioner , is charged with mal feasance in ofllco by ox-Councilman Fred B. Blutnor. Mayor Bcmls was present during the latter part of iho proceedings , whllo the following councllmcn answered to roll call : Bcchol , Edwards , IIowoll , Jacobson , Mo- Learlo , Munro , Saunders , Speeht , Steel , Thomas and Wheeler. Major Furay was present In person , Assistant City Attorney Cornish , who represents the council In tlin case , stated that in the absence of any code of procedure in such cases In the city charter the council must fall buck upon the common law. Ho thought that the nmvor should bo pres ent nnd hoar the evidence , Major Furay waived the reading of the arKits : also the presence of Mayor Hemis itt this timo. IIo entered n plea of not guilty to rll of the charges ana requested n con- tliiuitnco of the case , owing to General Co win , Ills counsel , being in the supreme court. After considerable discussion as to the modu to bo pursued In grunting the continuance ) , the request of Major Furay wnj immtcd , Tlio day sol for the hearing \Vcducsduy , October IB , at 10 o'cloulc n , m. A committee , consisting of Assistant City Attorney Cornish and Councilmcii Humidors and Wheeler , was appointed to prepare a not of rules to govern the submission of oviuunro , arguments and the proceutiro In the caso. The committee will consult with General Cowin. Are You Nervoux , Are you all tlrud out , do you have that tlrod feeling or sick headache ! You can bo reMoved Moved of all these symptom * by taking Hood's Snrsaparllla , which gives nerve , men tal and bodily strength and thoroughly purl lies the blood. Hnlso creates u good appo tlto , cures indigestion , heartburn uml dys pepsla. Hood's pills are easy to take , oaisy In ac tion and sure in effect. 25 coins a bos. thu huriln . The city hall was thronged yesterday with the liOO inon who have been employed upon the utroets darli.K the uas.t f.vo weeks , who called lo receive their time chucks. The men wore- employed by Street Coinmis- sloner Unleombo , * 1UOUtony ( ) \ \ sot anldo bv the council for that purK | > so. The fund ia nearly exhausted , and thu force will of necessity - . cessity bo roducrd. I 1 Fatl'uo ( and exhaustion overcome oy liroiuo i KclUer. CoiHain j no opiate , I DEPEW SCORES THE SENATE Criticism of tlio "Honso of Lords" by tha Eminent Now Yorker , HAS A VERY POOR OPINION OF THAT BODY In nn Intrrvlnvr lln rnll < mi Itrptml nun the Upper llr.inuli nl Van * crom with' ( Intro Uriiuo Against tlic IVoplc. CiiiCAno , Oct. 13. Chauncoy M. Dcpon arrived In Chicago Saturday nlifht and soon nftorlilanritv.il hunched Into a bitter de nunciation against the bonato's slow , poky v ify of doing business to a half dozen re porters who wore waiting to interview him. "Tho senate hascommlUcd it crime iitrulnsl the United States , present and future , by neglecting to act on the silver purchase repeal - peal bill. " ho said emphatically. "It has In. lliclod n heavy blow on the national cro.ll I Abroad nml created conditions which mnko i\ resumption of prosperity much more difficult. H has done moro to discredit the senate as : i deliberative body and to suggest a necessity of changing Its constitution than nil other things combined smco tlio adoption of the federal constitution. " 'the Hritish House of Ixmls , In rejecting by n phenomenal majority the homo nllo bill , has started an ntrttatlon that will either mend or end It. 'flint was thu action of a majority of hereditary legislators repre senting nobody but themselves. In the case of the senate it Is n minority paralyzing n majority and defeating the will of the people by rules , to say the least , neither Auterictin nor democratic . 1 believe that 10 per cent of the people of this countiy would vote for the repeal ot tlio silver purchasing clause If U were submitted to popular vote-totiav. I have no doubt of it , nnd I do not bellevo that the men who defeat the repeal of that clause In the senate have any iHjlltioal future. "Thoro is nothing so unrcasonablo as nn empty stomach , nnd when 1)- ) , | ) lr ! collt or the peoulo l have to tighten the hunger bolt bu- caus6 theothorfi percent refuse to repeal the bill which IK at the bottom of all the trouble they are going in for the fellows who did it. dici "To every business man in the country , either a democrat or a republican , it is clear that If consticsH would repeal the silver'pur- rhaso clause , authorize the banks to 1'ssuo to the full value of their bonds that is , 100 per cent instead of UO per cent-and If congress would direct , the president to Issue bonds whenever needed to keen thu currency on u purity 1 1 with gold and then ndjonrn , the mills now lying idle would resume Immediately 111tl , tltt miners would begin to produce raw ma terial , and , in short.tho material millennium , of the United Slates would bo near ! it hand. . The cumiltions preventing It are the luuio- tency , of thu senate nnd tlio possibilities of > cranks' in the house. If we can only tidu over ' our troubles to the next congressional election the republicans will elect about two- thirds of the house of reprchontatlves , and the country will take a long breath , thank God , and again take courage. " "What will the senate doi" Mr. Dcpow smiled in a philosophical way and said : "In a popular eovcrmncnt no one can successfully resist the uopular will. The senate will pass their repeal bill without compromise. But I don't wisli to bo under stood as saying that everything will become lovely as soon as the senate nets. This long wait lias led people to say wo do not want to resume business while the tariff remains to bo settled. I say that the delay has given an opportunity for the northern clement to come in , ana it will bo nuu.li harder to restore - store conlidenco and prosperity than it would have been had the senate acted promptly. I bullove that if thosilvcr bill had been passed by the senate a WCOK after the action of the house every spindle in the country would bo running , every furnace would bo in blast , oviiry roiling mill in motion and every cbko oven burning in the United States. As it is now people will wait to see the int'itl nucs- tion settled. " W.inlH tlm Duly on Con I Jtutuliiail , Ciu MLBSTON , W. Vn. , Oct. 2. Nothing in the political history of West Virginia has stirred up as much contention as the appear ance of Governor William A. McCorklu before - fore the house committee on ways nsd means In an effort to secure the retention of the present duty on coal. . Although the gov ernor has been assailed on all hides , particu larly by the democratic pn i r has re mained silent. His nileiico u. . > tm taken to mean that ho acknowledged his error , but that such is not the case is demonstrated by the following from his own lips , revised be fore publication : "Governor , have you boon correctly re ported with regard to your appearance be fore tlio commiitouon ways and means ? " "Absolutely not , " was the answer , "and that is the complaint I li vu against the newspapers ; they have accepted Uio parti san dispatches as my statement and have published Mr. Heed's statement us to my position. I asked that the tarlfT bo retained on coal and asserted that it had bcun the democratic doctrine for 100 years. Why.I ; have been informed by onu of the editors that the tarlfT on coal was un democratic , right In the face of dem ocratic teachings and principles. If the tariff on coal is heresy , democratic princi ples have changed in a very short time. Lot us look at the cold facts of our party history and not rely on loose statements. Thu. first tariff of 17NJ imposed a duty on bituminous coal of fiU cents a ton ; In 171)0 ) It was HI cents a ton ; from that year up till IHWlt was never less than $1.40 a ton , and part of that time it was J 80 u ton ; in 184'J it wits 11.75 a ton. Then camu the great palladium of democracy the bulwark of our party principles the farIT ! of Holjcrt J , Walker , the tariff of IHlt ) , a purely rovunuo tariff which every democrat refers to us embody ing the true idea of democracy , a tariff of which Senator Allison , no friend of democ racy , said : -Tho tariff of 1810 , although confessedly ami professedly a tariff for reve nue , was , so far as regards all the great in terests of the country , as perfect a tariff us ; liny we have over had , ' The \Valker J tariff placed coal on the list ) at $1.0 ! ! a ton. Is my democracy to be criticised when I am nskmg for I coal n little mora than one-half of the duty ; given by the Walker tariff , and this , too , in ' the face of the fact that thu average of the ' present duty laws is very much higher than under the Wall < er tarifff In other words , with an average duty of about ! 10 per cent , under the Walkur tariff net , coal was $1.1)1) ) ) par ton , while under the present tariff , with an average dutiable law of about < V ) cents , < coal Is 7 > i cents per ton , with n rebate , which makes a real duty of about - ! > cents. Now , this is thu great Walker tariff of IBID , under which we hate fought our battles for nearly fifty years , " Killinti Nuiiutik Couiiri'Hol | Wlunit .Monry , Nuir VOIIK , Oct. 3. A new solution of the silver question has been offered by Thomas A. EdUon. ' 'This hankering after gold nnd sliver is largely traditional , " he said. "Poo. i pie allow themselves to Uo governed by tlio I old Ideas on the uubject of coin'igu fonnu- * ? latcd at a tlmo when thu national credit * did not exist and currency would only be taken at intrinsicvalue. . What wonoedUa new standard of value * , f think that the b t MJ dollar could bo miido out of i-owprossod wlio.it. You tuku a bushel of wheat and squire the water out of it ; then compress it into a hard cake iho slio of n oilvur dollur. and when you wanted to use I ho wheat all that would bo necessary would bo to put your money to soak. " lllinnt.illIMMVIJI M t. ST. f. < ) VM , Ocl ! i.--Tho arrangements for thu I'aii-Amurliuii blmetalllu convontlju , which incotH tomorrow , aru proceeding gmootlily und satisfactorily. Chairman John A. l-eeoftho M.OH and inunns rpmmi'.tee ald that nil thu imuuu noodeil for nerc-asary expenses had been subacrlbud. Tltocnnvcn tion will \velcomeil by the mayor. It vill Hold lt incotlui.- tlio Armory hall , whluH will bo npprnpilately 11 ilmt uiuind dcninttud. ThoMinvi'iitloii will bi > calUid to order ut 1G oVIoik I'ui'silay nmrnini ; A intiC'tlng of tha general lui .il orgaiil/atlini having tltti' in i a 11711 will b ? held at 11 oYlocit .N1 morning.