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fl OMATTA DAILY IVEE : SATTTRD A Y. MAY 11. 18n .
SPE01RL NOTICES. Advertisement * for tlicio column * mill be km tntll 1218O p. in. far the cvenlncnml until B p. m. for Iho morning and Sunday edition. A l trll cr , \ > j rcqnmtlng n nainli reil flicck , can Imvo nnnvcrs nddremcd to n numbered letter In rnro of The lco. An- mtrs no nddrcMcd will be ilrllterod npun irtsrnlatlon of ilia chock only. Kates , J l'2c it word , 11 rut Insertion , lo n uorcl Jierrnflcr. Nothing tuken for Iiii than 28c fur tint Insertion. 11irso advertisement * mint luu rnnsecu * their. SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED , I'OSITION I'OIl ItOl'HKWOUK I1Y widow , affpcl 30 ; has clillil , age G yc.irs. Address Mrs. ! ' . Watts , riorencc , Neb. A MtOI 11 * WANTKD-l'OHlTION IN OITirK , CLKnK IN wholesale or retail store or trmellnu salesman by an cxperlenci'd rnin. Ilest of references. Address , O 43 , Ilee olllco A 707-1 : * BlTt'ATION WANTi : ; A riHST-CLASS broad nnd cnke baker , 20 years' experience , married , sober nnrt steady , would like to Ret Meiidy Jnb ; country preferred. Address O 45 , Om.iha , Neb. A-M7(5 ( 11 WANTED WALE HEM" . WANTKD. iMo ( MT.N TO WHITE MB TODAY for the receipt ( absolutely free , In plain scaled envelope ) which cured me nf nervous debility , exhausted vitality , etc. Address C. J. Walker , box 1,311. Kalamatoo. Mich. B M16j WANTEt > r TnAVfiLINO MAN IN OIlOCnUY Hue ; state experience anil references ; lim clam Nebraska territory. Address N OT. Ilee otllce. 11 512 1. WANTKI ) , MAN TO TAKK OIlDKIlS IN CITY for old established house ; former ctperlenco unnecessary nnd salary paid weekly. Apply niter n. m. at 1516 Houttlas. H MCII J6 - , AIILK-IIODIKD unmarried men. between HIP BROS of 21 and 3- ) , citizens or HIP United mates , of Rood char acter and temiKjrate bnblls , who can si > eak , read nnd write KriKllsh. Vat full Infotmatlon apply , preferably by letter , to rccrul'lns om-er nt Kort Omaha , or at 1321 Kurnam Btreet. Omalm , Neb. 1' ' , SALIKMIN. The Hawks Nuriwry Co. , Milwaukee , Wla. n-M7a6 J10 * TVANTKD. MKN WHO WILL wouic rpn Jli.OO month salary or largo commission selling goods by Mimnle to dealers , llxperlpnec un necessary. Write us. Household Specialty Co. , 175) ) Cincinnati. Ohio. U-M7M. 11 * _ ' : IOY wANTin ) AT'NONI'AUKIL MI-O. co. . s. K. corner 16th and Webitcr. 1I-M7I2 11 * _ WANTCoTMAN TO TUAVnL AND A1TOINT mronts ; salary , expenws ; also canvassers ) small cash security rciiulrcd. O 01 , Dee WANTED FiiELAliE HELP. AIIU YOU HONEST. SO11UR. INDUSTUIOUS7 If no , engage with us for 1855 ; $300 ft month , S3COD a y irj you can make It cosy : six liours n day. Our oKfnts do not complain of hard Vine * . Why ? They are rnaklns money selling our Perfection Dish Washer , the only practical family wMher manufactured ; washes , dries and polishes dishes perfectly In two minutes ; ro experience necessary ; n clilld of S operates It easily ; cheap nnd durable ; weight , thirteen pounds ; made of nntl-rust sheet steel ; capac ity , 1W ( pieces , JIO.IMO for Its equal ; every fam ily wnnts one ; you don't have to canvass ; ns on ns people Know you have It for sale they send for n dish washer ; each agent's territory protected ; no competition ; we fur nish sample ( weighs six pounds ) In nice case to lady agcntB to take orders with ; on * agent made 2H.53 first ten days. Address for full particulars I'erfectlon Mfg. Co. , IJnglewood , Jll. WANTBD-FIFTY GIRLS FOR ALL KINDS of work. Canadian Employment Olllce , 1522 Douglas street. C-M10S-M22 WANTED. COMPETENT G1IIL ; MUST HE A peed cook and laundress. Mrs. T. J. Rogers , 1120 Park nve. C 6l WANTBD COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. References required. N. E. Corner 3lJt and llnrney Cftll < WANTED. GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 2921 Mnson t ! ring basement bell. C C90-10 * WANTED. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work ! 2-J1S Dodge etreet. C88 A COMPETENT OIHL FOR GENERAL housowoik ; American German preferred KM Ht.Mary's - -avenue. - - C M759 11 FOR BENT HOUSES. HOUSES. F. K. DARLING , BARKER HLOCIC S D 300 HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. THE O. F. Davis company , 1603 Farnam. D 3C1 HOUSES ; DENAWA & CO. , 108 N. 15TH ST. It. E. COLE CO. LAROEST LIST IN OMAl. D-M364 ZTOS FARNAM STREET. W. M , Rogers , 1323 Farnum street. D-3G5 FOUR-ROOM I1ASEMENT. 811 S. 21TH STREET. D M13I-M23 * CENTRALLY LOCATED. 10-ROOM HOUSE. modern Improvements. Inqultc 712 N. 19th. D-M368 NINE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 1539 SHERman - man avenue , 130 ; 10-room modern house , Ilur- dette. rear Sherman avenue , J5. Ilyron Reed Co. , 113 South 14th street. D M798-M16 VERY DESIRADLE HOUSES VACANT MAY 1st. J. H. Sherwood , 423 N. Y. Life. 'Phone 388. D-877 7-nOOM FLAT. RANGE AND ALL MODERN comenltces , 701 S. 16th atreut. Charles W. Haller , Ml I'axton block. D M2SO-MI7 * C-ROOM COTTAGE ! MODERN ; BEAUTIFUL , lawn anil shade. 2124 Miami. D M4C6 NICE MODERN FLATS. CHEAP. J. W. Squire , 243 Dee. D US TOR RENT. FURNISHED HOUSE OP EIGHT rooms , modern , (33.00 , for 4 months. S03 S. 21stst _ , D 541 10' FOR RENT , DESIRABLE HOUSES. 9 rooms , 211 S. :4th st. . (30. 7 rooms , 420S Cumins : ' > > 22. Trooms. > 2J N. 27th ave. . J23.50. 9 rooms , 1907 Cass St. , (10. ( I roonn , 4927 Davenport st. , (10. C rooms , 1120 Jacksqn St. , ( S. C rooms , 8013 Pratt t , , (7. Sc Fidelity Trust Co. , 1703 Farnam it. D fit LARGE LIST. F. D. WEAD. 16TH & DOUGLAS D-547 J3 IIOUHE WITH 0 ROOMS , ALL MODERN IM- proveinrnts. eood barn , front and buck yard. : ii : l.nko hi. D 635-11 * 10-HOOM Itll'CK ; QAS , IIAT1I , KUUNACK. laundry ; not basement plan. Keys : C01 Capitol nvenuiv ailjolnlns. D-M6I8 13 * 8-ItOOM .HOUSE. (15.00 PER MONTH. IN- qulre 26It Cupllol avenue. D M640 13 * FOR RENT , FINE NEW 10-ROOM HOUSE , 520 No. 26lh st. H. T. Clarke , 819 Hoard of Trade. D C53 _ _ _ i _ _ UltlCK RESIDENCE FORMERLY OCCUPIED by Gen , llruuke ; Inquire on premises , Klh and Laid in Court. D i9-10 * COTT.U1E. T ROOMS , CI-OSCTS. HATH AND Ban. IlKiulle JJ24 Howard. D 72B 12 RENTAL AGENCY , 310 NO. 16TH ST. D-727 IXR RRNT , FI.AT8 AT NORTHEAST COR- nrr of Hlli nnd Howard sts. ; newly papered nnd painted : (13.00 a month. Inquire room 311 , First National Rank Did ? . D-72S 23 TOR JtENT , AT RELLVlin , NEAR R. R. depc-t. n fine. 10-room house , fine crounils , nhumlnnt fruit : also 4-room cottage. Henry T. I'larkiNo. . JI9. Hoard of Trade. Omaha , or W. H , Reti. llellvuc. -738 FOR RKNT. Fl'RNLSIir.D HOUSE. 8 ROOMS , near Ilaixcom I'ark , Juna 15 to Sept. 15. Ad dress O 51. Ileo OIHce. D 733 12 * A FLAT. B ROOMS. WITH RATH AND GAS ; very rmnplctp ; suitable for liousekeeplBir. 316 South Kill street. 1J-M7I1 FOR BENT FOKNISHED HOOM3. MODERN ROOM , WITH HOARD. :418 CASS. K M8M-M13' NICE SOUTH FRONT ROOM , WELL FUR. nlshed , prhato family. Call 2411 Casj street. E M233 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS ; ONE WITH ALcove - cove ; private family ; modern. 07 S. 2.1th lue. E-MS27 18 * FURNISHED ROOMS. HIS DODO.E. DODO.E.U U Men 11 * FOR RENT , ON SOUTH 29TH STREET NEAR the park , furnished room In private family. No other boarder * , very quiet and homelike. Itoard It desired. Address with reference , O S3. Deo. E 6S7 10" ran RKNT ! NICELT FURNISHED ROO"M. ax 8. th street. K-737 WELL FfRNISHED FRONT ROOM. WITH sJcuve ; gentlemen only. 9M5 Dodge street. K 7JS 11 INARCH ! FRONT ROOM. 1STH AND DAVEN- ( tort , ( Ulluble for man and wife or two gen tlemen. Call J1J N. 16th , or llth and Daven- port. E 7M 11 * JURNISHED BOOMS AND BOARD. COOL FRONT ROOMS. HILLSIDE. 1STH AND Podge. F-M47 1J NICKLY FURNISHED ROOM , WITH OR without board. 1 Z Douxlts. F MTU 11 * HOARD AND ROOM. | UO WCE1C , U3 CASS. F M75S FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD Continued. CAN FURNISH GENTLEMAN AND LADY OR two gentlemen nice room , good boird. private family. 2113 Cass street. F M6W It * tOOMS WITH BOARD. UTOPIA , 1721 DAVKN- pott Ht. F-70S-1S" UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT OR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS. 1617 Dodge street. G M130 16 * R RENT-3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS WITH pantry nnd cellar. 1434 N. 19th St. Q C92 1 rORRENT STOKKa AND OFFIOEd OR RENT , THE 4-STORY RRICK BUILDIng - Ing , SIC I'anmm street. Ihls building has a fire pruof cement basement , complete steam heating fixtures ; water on all floors , gas , etc. Apply at the olllce uf The Ucc. I 310 AGENTS WANTE1 > . , VANTED , AGENTS TO SELL THE MOST All. tlstlc oinct.il Decoration day ormiment ; sample DC , Inqulio now. M. Ernst , Cleveland , O. J M73I 13 THE NEW EDUCATION" IS THE MOST useful school work ever published ; hundred * ot ntccnts wanted to sell to school boards. The Diamond Lltho Publishing company , Minne apolis , Minn. J-M753 13 > UENTS WANTED ; (3.00 DAILY ; NEW IN- \entlon , retails 23 cents ; 2 to S sold In a house ; sample free. I'oishto & Makln , Cincinnati , O. J M75) 11 * WANTED , AGENTS TO SELL OUR INSTAN taneoun , water-tight garden hone coupler ; ! * lls nt flight ; no tuols required ; liberal commission ; Bend fur particulars. Adams & Wejtluke Co. , J-M74J 12 iVANTED , LOCAL AND TRAVELINOAcENT8 for new patented specialty ; sells to business men ; li per cent profit ; send for circular * and terms. Automatic Account File Co. , Qulncy , 111. J M743 13 * THI3 WAR IN THE KAST-CW PAGES. OV.ER 100 cndravliiRS of war nnd other scenes. How and why the \ast empire of China waa humbled by the little Island Kingdom. Tells all about China , Japan anl Corea. and the thrilling his lory of the great war complete. Belling fast Price only (1,00. A marvelous success. Every body waits It. Eitrn terms , quick sales and MB money for agents. Kend for circular or 23c for outfit. I' . W. Zlegler & Co. . Box ItSfi , Chicago. III. J M747 11 * WANTED TO RENT. , IST HOUSES FOR RENT WITH O. G. WAL lace , 312 Urown blk. Have calls for cottages. K-777 ,1ST HOUSES FOR RENT WITH F. D. WEAD. K 513 J3 STORAGE. STORAGE. FRANK EWERS , 1214 HARNEY , M 376 BEST STORAGE BUILDING IN OMAHA , U. S ITOV. bonded warehouse ; household goods stored lowest rates. 1013-1015 Leavenworth M 377 STOVES STORED DURING SUMMER. TEL. 960. 1207 Douglas. Omaha Stove Repair Works. M-373 PACIFIC STORAGE & WAREHOUSE CO. . 9TI & Jones sts. General storage and forwardlig. M 874 WANTED TO BTTX WANTED. A STOCK OF GOODS WORTH ( i.OOC to (8,000. Address M 19 , Omaha Bee. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND HAND furniture. I , Brussell , 1420 Dodge st.NC03M10 NC03-M10 WE WILL BUY CHEAP HOMES AND RHSI dence lots anywhere In the city. Must bo bar gains. Reed & Sclby , Board ot Trade building , N 163 STOCKS OP CLOTHING , GENTS' FURNISH Ings , hats nnd shoes. S. Arnsteln , 1303 Doucla street. ' N M706 J8 FOR SA"LE FURNITURE. FOR SALT : , ON ACCOUNT OF REVOMAL TO New York , will sell all the furniture , carpets , etc. , of a 10-room house , cheap. Call nt 65' S. 2Gih ave. O M621 FOR SALE , FURNITURE OF 28-ROOM HOTEL nnd restaurant llxturei , all well located , doing good business. Canadian Ofllce , 1522 Douglas , O M678 11 * FOR SALE. ONE MANTEL FOLDING BED , one chevnl dresser and other furniture , u' but short time.1 Inquire at 819 S. 13th street O MJ17 11 FOR 8ALE-.HOR8E8WAGONS , , ETC PHYSICIANS PHAETON , LEATHER TOP , newly painted , for (85.00 ; top del. wagnn. (6 , Drummond & Co. P M571 11 FOR SALE , A STYLISH SINGLE DRIVER alno gentle ladles' sorrel horse. Dletrlck's Slier man nvenue barn. P M71S 12 * FOR SALE. ONE TOP BUGGY AND HORSE one slda buckboard nnd working horse. In quire from 12 to 2 , or 6 p. m. , 442 So. 24 ave. P r733 12 * FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS HOG AND CHICKEN PENCE WIRE. BETTER and cheaper than wood. J. J. Leddy , 403 S. lltb. Q-M6S1 Mayl6 WEGMAN PIANOS , BRIDGEPORT ORGANS Woodbrldge Bros. . 117 S. 17th. Q-379 HARDWOOD COMBINATION HOG AND chicken fence. Clio * . It. Lee , 9th and Douglas , Q-3SO FOR SALE , A NO. 1 2ND HAND CO-HORSE power steel boiler , as good as new. Addresi P. O. Box C83. Q-M620-M11 THE STANDARD CATTLE CO. . AMES , NEB. has 400 tons good baled hay to sell. Q M47J FIRST-CLASS OAK BAR OUTFIT ; ORIGIN , ally cost (1,000.00 ; cheap ; must sell. Addres : O 29. Bee. Q M624-16 FOR SALE A PET DEER. INQUIRE A. D Brandels , Boston Store. Q 634 THOROUGHBRED LIGHT BRAHMAS AND Black Lannhan eggs , (1.50-per 15 , or (8.00 pel 100 ; cockerels , (2.00 each. Address F. K. Hart Center nd 53d street , city. Q M713 13 FOR SALE , SECOND HAND BILLIARD table In good condition. Inquire room 314 , First National Bank Bldg. Q-72S 23 FOR SALE. SWEET POTATO PLANTS , (2.0 per 1.000 ; tomatoes , (3.00. James Whslan , 8f and Grace. Q-M743 13 * MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE. A LOT FINE MILK COWS : CAL afternoon , yard , 23th and Burt st It 711 11 * CLAIRVOYANTS MRS. DR. II. WARREN , CLAIRVOYANT , RE liable business medium , 8th year at 119 N. 16th S-3S1 MME. CLAYTON , CLAIRVOYANT AND CAR ! reader. Reads cards like on open book. Tel ! your mission on entering. 223 N. 14th. S M507 16 ARRIVAL EXTRAORDINARY : THE GREAT , rst dead trance medium of the present age tells your life from the cradle to the grave makes marriage no failure ; photo of wife o husband sent through mall , with life chart , (2.00. Send age and lock of hair ; all letter : for Information containing 4 cents In stamp promptly answered. Electric and massagi baths a specialty for health. Mrs. Dr. A Lron , 112 N. llth street , Omaha , Neb. S M6S2 14 . BATHS. ETX MADAM SMITH. H > 2 S. 1STH. 2D FLOOR. ROOM 3 ; magnetic , vapor , alcohol , steam , sulphurln and sea baths. T M578 11 MADAME LA RUD , 161T HOWARD ST. T9 Mil" MASSAGE , MADAME BERNARD , 1421 DODOr T M641 20 TURKISH BATHS. TURKISH BATHS ! ONLY PLACE IN CIT exclusively for ladles. Suite 109-110 Be bldjr. 135. SIX BATHS (3. MME. POST. 319H S. 1STH. 730 PERSONAL. THE BELLE BPPERLY CORSET. MADE TO order from measure. 1503 Farnam street streetU383 VIAVI CO. . 3t6 REE BLDG. ; HEALTH BOOK free ; home treatment , lady attendant. U 3S4 MISS MINNICIVS DRESSMAKIlfD PARLORS 2119 Farnam it. Prices reasonable. U-7 1-M15 B. HAAS. FLORIST. PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS. Banquet , hall , residence uid grave decorations. HIS Vlnton street. Telephone 776. UM99S PAPER CONTAINING REAL PHOTOS OF ladle * wishing to wed mailed for sump. Box HQg , Denver , Colo. M174 MK GURU FOR LADIES. UU CHICAGO ST. U 13 MID * I1.5W AUCTION SALE-TUB STOCK OF JOHN- on. Stern & Co. of Chicago will b offered Saturday , 2:30 : n. m. , May llth. Sale td con tinue until closed out. conilitlng of tin * art nnd frames , paintings and water color , tic. , sorr.t of the llne t paintings ever offered to th public of Omaha at your own prices. Don't fall to atUnd th s le. Hull , auctioneer ; A. II. Wclnberxrr. fiupt. ; a Trteger , Cash. Betuecn 12 and It streets on Capitol Ave. U 719 10 BATHS , MASSAGE. MME. POST , 315H 8. 15TH U-7JI MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE CITT LOANS. C. A. STAKR. 815 N. Y. UFB. W-JW " Mofe fhe S \ lit . t "tl"t Waihday a pleasure"tl"t BUT NOT UNLESS YOU USE ITfSTHC PtfMSTBEST& Sold evorywlicro. Made by THEN.K.FAIRBANKGOWAE CHICAGO. MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE Continued. ANTHONY LOAN & THUST CO. , SIS N. Y. LIKE , loans at low rates ( or choice security In Ne braska and Iowa farms or Omaha city property. W-351 MONEY TO LOAN ON IMI'nOVED OMAHA real estate , llrennan , Lov & Co. , Taxton blk. W 3M MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPnOVHD OMAHA property. Fidelity Trust company , 1702 Kamim. "W 3S9 AGENCY U. S. MORTGAGE CO. SUIIMIT loans to I'usey & Thomas , Council Blurts olllce. W 4S2 1NVESTOIIS DIKBCTOHY CO. . 10 WALL , ST.i New York , offer any part 100,000 eastern In vestors' names , who have money to Invest ; Just compiled. Write lor particulars. \V-M1S1 MZ3 IMPROVED C1TT LOANS AT LOWEST RATES. II. II. Harder & Co. , ground llaor , Uee bhlp. W 121 M2J MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA HEAL ESTATE at 6 per cent. W. O. Mclkle , 1st Nat. I1U. blilir. AV 3S2 MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE O. ! ' . Davis Co. , 1505 Fanrnm st. W 3SO LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY property. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 Farnntn. W 390 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNIture - ture , pianos , horses , wagons , or any Iclnd of chattel security nt lowest possible rates , which you can pay Kick at any time or In any amount. FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO. . Room 4. Wlthnell block. X 373 MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE , PIANOS , horses , wagons , etc. , nt lowest rates In city ; no removal of goods : strictly connjontlal ; you can pay the loan off at any time or In any amount. amount.OMAHA OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. . COG So. 16th St. X 370 J. B. HADDOCK. ROOM 427 , RAMGE I1LOCIC. X 372 MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND Pianos. Fred Terry , 430 Ramgo blk. X 371 BUSINESS CHANCES. RECEIVER'S BALE , FIlOSI THIS DATE I will sell at private sale all the bar fixtures , refrigerators , bottle cases , and office fixtures ; also all the unfinished stock , machinery and thaftlnr. Ith 2 15 II. P. Detroit electric mo tors , belonging to the firm of Wallaca & Co. , Incorporated , located at 411 and 413 3. 10th Kt , Omaha , Neb. . April 2J , 1895. John Jenkln * receiver , fjr Wallace & Co. , incorporated. Y M157 MS4 Wn WANT SOMB PHESII CAPITAL IN OUH business ; we are operating now In thrco states ; our business Is paying over 100 per cent ! we" Invite year Investigation. For full paitlculars call On or address our agents. II. E. Cole Co. . 100 N. 15th. Y M532 15 TO SELL ; GROCERY STOCK. GOOD LOCA- tlon. cheap , fixtures nnd stock complete , butcher shop attached. Address. II. E. Bur- nam. 617 N. Y. Life Bide. . Omaha , Neb. Y M923 M20 WANTED. LADY OR GENTLEMAN. . .WITH small capital to Invest In a business that pays 600 to 900 per cent , no compotlllon. Call J. w. Thomas , State hotel. 1310 Douglas street , up stairs. Y-637-12 * I MUST HAVE MONEY WITHIN 13 DAYS' will sell (2,200.00 nrst mortgages , covering % 0 acres Nebraska land , taxes paid , for (750 ; In vestigate. Address O 47 , Bee , Y M715 16' FOR EXCHANGE. WE HAVE 3.000 ACRES OF CLEAR. SELECTed - ed western land for exchange. Would put In some cash for deslrabla Omaha property. Fidelity Trust Company , 1702 Farnam St. -520 12 TO EXCHANGE , A GOOD CLEAN STOCK OF general merchandise , that will Invoice about (4,000.00 for good farm lands. Address lock box 27. Shelton. Neb. Z-M618 11 * FOR EXCHANGE SOUTH OMAHA LOTS for horses or cattle. H. H. Harder , Bee build ing. Z-C35-12 FOR EXCHANGE , MODERN HOTEL , THREI3 stories , brick , best town In Nebraska ; take farm lands. Ames Real Estate , 1617 Farnam st , Z M703 13 BIO TRADE WANTED , ROLLER TOP DESK. Address O 50 , Bee. K 729 12 WILL TRADE DIAMONDS OR JEWELRY for a good second-hand bicycle. Cull nt 1305 Douglas street. Z M752 17' FOR SALE JttiAL ESTATE. ABSTRACTS. THE BYRON REED COMPANY. RE-153 BARGAINS. HOUSES , LOTS AND FARMS ; sale or trade , F. K. Darling , Barker block. RE 158 WILL SELL IMPROVED GARDEN LANDS near Omaha at prices that will surpilso you. If taken within 2 weeks. J. H. Sherwood , 423 N. Y. Life. RE M724 EXCHANGES AND SALES ; CITY PROPERTY , farms , merchandise. Carvln Bros. , 10 N. Y. L. RE 374 BARGAINS , SALE OR TRADE IN CITY PROP- ertles and farms. Jno. N. Frenzcr. opp. 1' . O. RE 375 SNAPS , 5 TO 6 MILES FROM OMAHA P. O. 40 , 80 or 120 acres. Improved , (30.00 per acre ; ZOO acres , (35.00 per acre ; 254 acres , (10.00 per acre ; 6 10-acre tracts , (75.00 to (100.00 per acre. Must be told. 940 N. Y. L. blJg. RE M25t WANTED WE CONTROL FARMS. STOCK farms , ranches , wild lands and city property In all parts of Texas , which we can exchange at low cash values for stocks of merchandise of all kinds ; write us , and state cahracter ot your merchandise , its value and what yoi ) want to exchange for. Address , Winters , Davis & Co. , real estate agents. Fort Worth , Tex. RE M565 12 FOR SALE LOT 14 , BLK 2 , BAKER PLACE. This lot Is 50x123 , south front , near car ; will sell cheap on easy monthly payments to right party. Also lot 2 , In Buckeye Place , and lot 1 , blk 6. Poppleton I'ark. Take a look nt the loti and If they suit you call nnd I will make prica and terms to suit , Geo.B. Tzschuck , Bee ollica Omaha. RE 631 FARM LANDS. C. F. HARRISON. N. Y. L. REJ7 > FOR SALE , AT A GREAT BARGAIN. A 2 * . foot lot at 21st and Vlnton , on grade , car line , paved street , worth (1,090 today ; price only (450 , (100 cash , balance three years. A beauti ful lot for a home at less than half value. Fidelity Trust Company , 1702 Farnam street. R E-184-12 (2.000.00 BUYS A NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE ON North 19th street ; finest location In city. Ad dress O 4 ! , Bee. RE M701 12 FOR SALE OR TRADE. A GOOD FARM CON- talnlng 400 acres In east central Nebraska , good soil , good Improvements , plenty of rain and good large crop doing well ; good reliable tenant In charge ; will take In exchange a good stock of freah and merchantable groceries , part money and perhaps some time on a part , this Is a good chance , and with the present pros pects will soon ba taken up. For further particulars address P. O. box 72. Columbus. Neb. RE-M716 16 HOTELS. HOTEL BARKER. 13TH AND JONES ST3. 75 rooms at (1.50 per day. 50 rooms at (2.00 per day. Special rates to commercial travelers. Room and board by week or month. Frank HIMItcli , manager. 403 AETNA HOUSE ( EUROPEAN ) . N. W. COR. llth and Dodge. Rooms by day or week. 403 BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION. SHARES IN MUTUAL L. i B. ASS'N PAY I. T , t per cent when ) , 2 , 1 years old. always redeemable. 1704 Farnam st. Nattlnger , Sec. 414 HOW TO GET A IIOMB OR SECURE GOOD Interest on savings. Apply to Omaha L. & U , AUD. 17)1 Be * bldg. C. W. Natlinger , Sec. AUCTION. PEREMPTORY AUCTION SALE at Chicago. III. , On Wednesday , May 15 , at 10 a. m. By order of the receiver the entire stuck of BARBE. BENEDICT & GOLDMAN , manufac turers . of cloaks nnd milts , at tlidr stores , 37 to 239 Market street , Chicago. Inventoried value , (150,000.00. Consisting of (70,000.00 worth noolens , silks , linings and trimmings. (80,000.00 worth of mndc-up gnrmenU Mich as cloaks , capes , Jackets , waists , suits , skirts , etc. , In the latest spring , summer nnd fall sUIe.i. This slock will be Fold In lots to suit the trade. Ooodi will be on exhibition with Catalogue on Monday , May 13. SAMUEL OANS , Manager , Western Salvage Wrecking Agency. GEORGE P. GORE & CO. , Auctioneers.M746 M746 K BICYCLES. M. O. DAXON , 402 N. 16TH. 393 VICTOR BICYCLES. THE FINEST OF ALL bicycles. Omaha Bicycle Co , 323 N. 16th street. 291 STERLING , BUILT LIKE A WATCH. WESTern - ern Electrical Supply Co. , 1515 Howard street. 395 SEE THE VISIBLE BALL BEARINGS ON Relay Special. Will iBAmum & Bro. . 120 N. IBth. -t , / 896 REMINGTON AND EAQLE. CROSS GUN CO. . 116 8. 15th street. - . - - 397 _ A. L. DEANE & CO. ! WHOLESALE AND RE- tall bicycles. 1116 Farnam street ; bicycles sold on easy payments. I > " 9 393 LAWN MOWERS AND 'BICYCLES. GET THEM In good running order fti'the Acme , 612 S. 16th. 4 , ' 611 M10 WESTERN BICYCLE & .QUN CO. , 2416 CUMING. r , : , CGI MANTELS , GRACES AND TILES. WOOD MANTELS , GIlATng , TILES FOR FIRE places , vestibules and Idrge floors ; write for catolougue. Milton Rogers & Sons , Omaha. * . ! . . . , M393 D. T. MOUNT HAS JlBMOVCD HIS COAL ofllce to 209 S. 10th St. , lirtwn' block. < 0 _ THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. NO SMOKE. No soot. 2,000 pounds or the Iwst Wyoming coal , J4.50 , delivered. Just think of It ! You have to pay that for dirty , smolty coal. If > ou are Interested In the fuel question use Sheridan conl , 1C05 Farnam street. MIDI DRESSMAKING. MIIS. C. A. LUCAS HAS RETURNED AND opened pallors at 1609 Douglas street , where she will be pleased to see her former friends. M127 M23 DRESS MAKING IN FAMILIES. 4316aRANT. _ COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WILL MAKE engagements In families at (1.23 per day. Ad dress O W , Bee. M74Q 13' UNDERTAKERSAND EMBALMBHS II K. BURKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND embalmer , 1618 Chicago st , , telephone 90. 408 SWANSON & VALIEN. 1701 CUMING , TEL. 10 0. 409 M. O. MAUL , UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMer - er , 1417 Farnam St. , telepiiono 225. 410 C. W. BAKER , UNDERTAKER , 613 S. 16TH ST , 411 PASTURAGE. WE HAVE 160 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS PASture - turo for horses , board fence , spring water ; Barton & Phelps , Gllmore , Neb. , or A. W. Phelps & Son , 207 N. Y. Life bldg. Tel. 1031. 478-July ! CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. C. K. MORRILL. PAPER HANGING. HOUSE sign painting , brick work , plastering ; off. R. 1 , Barker blk. ; tel. 735 ; shop 2211 Izaril ; tet. 408. 405 PAWNBROKERS. II. MAROWITiS LOANS MONEY. 418 N. 16 ST 415 MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES. GEORGE F. GELLENBECK. BANJO AND guitar teacher. 1911 Cass street , M109 ELECTRICAL UUPPLIE3 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRAC- era for electric light and motor plants and all kinds of electrical construction. Western Ulcc- trlcal Supply Co. . 1515 Howard st. 401 CARPET CLEANING. CHAMPION STEAM CARPET CLEANING WKS , 718-720 S. 14th St. Tel. 655. Service guaranteed. U. S. Q. Kulm , Mgr. ; Pat Ward , foreman 12J M22 LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN , LARGE BAY HORSE raw-boned Return for toward to James Whelan. Sth nnd Grace. ' Lost M74I 13 * D2NTAIJ COLLEGE. OMAHA COLLEGE RENTAL SURGERY , FREE Infirmary ; dentistry at 1 I cost. 16th & Cap. ave 407 SHORTHAND .txN.U 'Y.fJ-.WRITING VAN SANT'S SCHOOL POR SHORT HAND. N Y. Life , Omaha. Atk for circular. 416 BUSINESS } NOTICES. DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILVERED , 719 N. 16 I A 406 DENTEST3. DR. PAUL , DENTIST. 2020 DURT ST. 417 Lawyers and solicitors. SUES & CO. Bee Building , OMAHA ; Kcb. Advlco FREE. We wndtr tnarnlom French 1 Kemodf CALTHOS frw > . suit . . M Ol > Dl.oh.rrt. KmU.lont , [ ' CLHK Hn rmalorrira. Varic'vele f ad IlKJTUItr. I t Vizor. [ ( Sir Hand fievif .atii/trd. \ i . , w.VON MOHL CO. , Bolt l trl < IrtiU , ClicUitli , o > > ' . ' Mo I lev. The annual meeting of stockholders of th Fremont , Kllthorn & Missouri Valley Uall road company will be held at the office o the company In Omaha , Nebraska , on Frl day. May n. 1885 , nt 2 o'clock p. m. , for th election of directors and for Ins transaction of such other business us may come befor the meeting.J. . J. n , IlEDFIELD. Secretary. 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It stops the falling out and will even Induce the growth of hair on bald heads. It works In a perfectly natural way on the roots and glands of the hair. It fertilizes them , makes them active and restores the natural vigor. All diugglsts. Price ( I , nlao Yale's Skin I'nod , 11 50 ; Yale's Complexion Cream , 11 Ynle'B Face Powder , 50o ; Yule's Uenutj Koap , 23c. Mme Ynle , Health anil Com plexion Specialist , Temple of Ili-auty , Hi Statc-st. , C'lilcapo. Guide to Itcnuty mailed free. free.FOR FOR A AA A HANDSOME FOR \O T/KGS T/VfVEM / PLUG TOBACCO CHAMPAGNE FLAVOR The American Tobacco Ccx SEARLES &SEASLE5 Chronic , Kervoin , Privdta DiseiS33 , TltlMTMKNT UV MAIL. ConsnllHtloii Tree Wo cura Catarrh , all dise ISBS of th Nose , Throat , Ghost , Stomach , Liver Blood , Skin and Kidney Diaeasos , Female male Weaknesses. Lost Manhood , ant ALL PBAVAaE DISEA-ES OF MEN WEAK MEN ARE VICTIMS TO NEF.VOU Debility or Exhaustion , Wasting Weakness , la \oluntary Lessee , with Early Ueu > y in youn and middle ed : lace of > lm. vltor and weak ned prematurely In approaching old agi. Al yield readily to our ntvr treatment for Iocs o vital power. Call or addres wltb BUtnp to circular * , frea book and receipt ! . Dr. Seailes aaJ 1410 'linuua lmrn. Nub . _ Cures the effects ot eelf-abuse , excesses cmlBHloni , Impotency , vnrlcocele ana const ! patlon. One dollar a box , six for } 5. Foi tale bv TH1-3 GOOD MAN DRUG CO. , nnd KUHN & CO. Ait Unmirruntulile Interruption. Chicago Record : "The hand which at tempts to strike us now , " said Ward I'olltl cus , as he waved his arm defiantly over th assemblage , "Is the same hand which per petratEd the crime of 1873 ! " "I beg your pardon , " said a private citizen In the audience , "but would you mind telling what , was the crime of 1873 ? " "Put that man out , " said the orator , ab ruptly , after a few moments' Awkward hesitation , "we can't have the meeting in terrupted by malicious enemies , " < In n Woman's Htoinncli. In 1892 a woman died at Albany , N. Y. , who had for at number of years been possesied with an uncontrollable desire to swallow all sorts ot Indigestible substances. A record kept by the physician who performed the autopsy gives the following as a list of the articles found In her stomach : Fifty-one hatrplni , 1C needles , 3 darning needles , 32 nails of all sizes , 2 screws , 3 pieces of an iron rod three Inches long and one-fourth of au Inch thick , and 2 rolls ot hair. V ( CopyrlRh' , 1SM.1 IK. Mummer lool < cd casually In Iho direction nJIcated , nnd tlion Immediately turned Ms eyes In another direction. "I see her , " he nlil. "sho'a Just Inking n look around the corner. That's a thing not to bo neglected. Of course , the Lakers' house la bolng watchoJ wo set n man on It at once yester day. Ilitt I'll put ono on now to watch Miss Shaw's place , too. I'll telephone through to Iddlcs probably they'll bs able to say where It Is. And the women themselves must bo watched , too. As a matter of fact , I had a notion that hiker wasn't alone In It And It'a Just possible , you know , that he has sent an accomplice oft with his tourist ticket to lead us a dance uhllo ho looks after him self In another direction. Have you done anything ? " "Well , " Hewitt replied , with a faint repro duction of the becrctlvo smile with which Hummer had met an Inquiry of his earlier In the morning. "I've been to the station horo. And I've found Laker's umbrella In the iMt property olflce. " 'Oh ! Then probably he tins gone. I'll bear that In mind , and perhaps have a word with the lost property man. " I'lummer made for the station and Hewitt for his offlco. He mounted the stairs and reached his door Just as I myself , who had been disappointed In not finding him In , wiis leaving. I had called with the Idea of taking Hewitt to luncb with mo at my club , but hu declined lunch. "I have nn Important case In hand , " he talJ. "Look here , Urett. See this sornp of paper. You know the types of the different papers which is this ? " He handed be a small piece of paper. It was part of n cutting containing nn adver tisement , which had been torn In half. "I think , " I said , "this is from the Dally Chron icle , Judging by the paper. It Is plainly from the 'agony column. ' but all the papers use pretty much the same type for thuso adver tisements except the Times. If it were not torn I could tell nt one ? , becinso the Chron icle columns ate rather narrow. " The torn scrap read as follows. ro.ist You 1st. Then ' i 3rd I , No. 197 ud bl time. "Never mind I'll Kend for them all. " Hewitt rang and sent for a copy of each morning paper of the previous day. Then lie took from a large wardrobe cupboard a decent but well-worn and rather roughened Inll luit. Also a coat a little worn and shiny on the collar. Ho exchanged the-so for his own hat and coat , and then substituted an old ncckle ; for his own clean whlto one , and Incased his legs In mud-spot ted leggings. This done , ho produced a very largo and thick pocketbook , fas'ened by a broad , elastic band , and said , Well , what do you think of this ? Will it do for queen's taxes , or sanitary Inspector , or f eay or the water Mipply ? " "Very well Indeed , I should say , " I replied. "What's the case ? " 'Oh , I'll toil you all about It when It's over. Oh , there you are , Kerrett. Hy the bye , Kcrrett , I'm going out presently by the back way. Walt for about ten minute * , or n quar ter of an hour after I have gone and then Just go across the road and speak to that lady in black with the veil , who is waiting In that little foot passage opposite. Say Mr. Martin Hewitt sends his compliments and he advL " 3 her not to wait , as ( IB has alrealy left his office by another door , and has been gen ? some llttlo time. That's all'it ; volill be a pity to keep the poor woman waiting all day for nothing. Now the papers. Daily News , Standard. Telegraph , Chronicle yes , hero It Is In the Chtonlclc. Tha whole advertisement read thus : YOU II. I * , oliop roast. Vou 1M. Then to- nlitht. O 2. Second top. 3id I. . No. 137 led bl. straight mon. One time. "What's this , " I asked , "a cryptogram ? " "I'll see , " Hewitt answered , "nut I won't tell you anything- about It till afterward , so you get your lunch. Kerrott , bring the di rectory. " This was nil I actually saw of this case mysel' , and I liavo written the rest in Its proper order from Hewitt's Information , as I have written eomo other casc-s entirely. To resume nt the point where , for the time. I lost sight of the matter. Hewitt left by the back way , and stopped an empty cab ? s it passed. "Abncy Park Cemetery" was Ma dliections to the driver. In little more than twenty minutes the cab was branching off down the Essex road , on Its way to Stoke Newlngton , and In twenty minutes more Hewitt stoppol It In Church street , Stoke Ncwlngton. Ho walked through a street or two , and then down another , the houses of which he scanner carefully as he pa.-sed. Op posite one which btood by Itself ho stopped , OI I > * " " -J VHM v * - - * "Go Across the lt < x-d and Speak litnit Lady. " and , making a pretense of consulting anil arranging his largo pocketbook , he took a goo'l look at the liou-e U wa rather laigcr , neater and more pretentious than the others In tl.e Btreot , and It had a natty little coach house Just visible up the sldo entrance. There were red blinds hung with heavy lace In thi ? front windows , and behind ono of these blinds Hewitt was able to catch the glint of a heavy gas chancellor. He stepped brltkly up the front steps and knocked wharply at the door. "Mr. Merston ? " ' he njked , pocketbook In hand , when a neat parlor maid opened the door. "Yes. " "Ah" Hewitt stepped Into the halt and pulled ofr his hat "It's only the meter. There's been a deal of gas running away soiiieuhero here , and I'm Just looking to tto If the meters are right. Where Is It ? " TUB girl hesitated. "I'll I'll ask master , " she ald. "Very well. I don't want to take It away , you know only to give It a tap or two , and o on. " . Hewitt followed the girl to the basement , apparently looking straight before him , but In reality taking In every detail of the place The gas meter was In a very large lumber cupboard under the kitchen stairs. The girl opened the door and lit the candle. The meter stood en the floor , which was littered with hampers nnd beta and odd sheet * of brown paper. Dut n tiling that at once ar rested Hewitt's attention was a garment of some sort of bright blue cloth , with largo brass buttons , which was lying In a tumbled heap In a corner , and appeared to be the only thing In the- place that wa > not covered with dust , Ncverlliplesi Hewitt tosk no apparent notice of It , but stooped down and solemnly tapped the meter three limes with hli pencil and listened with great gravity , placing hU ear on the top. Then he shook MB head Bnd tapped again , At length he si'di "It's a bit doubtful. I'll Just get you to light tha gas In the Ultchen a moment. Keep your hand to the-burner , and \vlun I call out shut It off at once lee ! " The girl turned and entered ( lie kitchen , and Hewitt Immediately seized the blue coat for a coat It waa. It had a dull red piping -l in the teams and was of Iho swallow-tall paU tern-M livery coat , In fact lie held It & moment before him , examining Its pattern and color , and then rolled It up and lluns It again Into the earner. night ! ' he called to the servant. "Shut off ! " The girl emerged fronv the kitchen as h left the cupbotrd. "Well , " she asked , "ar you satlsllod now ? " "Quito satlsfli'd , thank you. " Hewitt re plied. "U It all right ? " she continued , Jerking her hand toward the cupboard. "Well , no , it Isn't ; there's something wrong1 there , and I'm glad ) I came. You cm tell Mr. Mcrstim , If > ou like , that I expect his gas bill will be a , good deal less next quarter. " And there was a suspicion , ot chuckb In llDultt's voice as he crossed the hall to leave. For a gas Inspector Is pleased when he finds at length what he has been searching for. Things hud fallen out better than Hewitt had darc < l to expect. He saw the key of the whole mystery In that blue coat , for It waa the uniform coat of the hall porters at one of the banks th.it lie had visited in the morn ing , though which one he could not for the moment remember. He entered the imroit postotllce and dispatched a telegrJin to I'lum- tner ; tli n ho hailed the first available cab and luurlcd toward the city. At Lombard street he alighted and looked In at the door of each bank till he canto tu Duller , Clayton , Lndds & Co.'s. This waa the bank ho wanted. In the other banks the hall porters wore mulberry co.iU , brick-dust coats , brown coats , nnd what not , but hero , behind the ladders and scaffold poles which obacund the entrance , he could see a man Hewitt Immediately seized the blue coat. In a blue coat with dull red piping and brass buttons. He sprang up the steps , pushed open the Inner spring door and finally satis fied himself by a closer view of the coat , to the wearer's a.'tcnlshment. Then ho regained the pavement and walked the whole length of the bank premises In front , afterward turning up the paved pabsage at the side , deep In thought. The bank had no windows or doors on the sldo next the court , nnd the two adjoining houses wor& old and snppbrted , In places by wooden shores. Iloth were empty , and a great board announced that tenders would bo received for the purchase of the old materials of which they were con structed In a month's tints ; also that some part of the site would be let on a long build ing lease- . Hewitt looked up at the grimy fronts of the old buildings. The windows werb crusted thick with dirt , all cxc'pt the bottom window of the house nearer the bank , which was fairly clean nnd seemed to have been quite lately washed. The door , too , ot this house was cleaner than that of the other. though the- paint was worn. Hewitt , reached and fingered a hook driven Into the left- hand door pest about six feet from tha ground. It was new and not at all ruitwU also , a tiny splinter had been displaced when the hook was driven In , and clean wood showed at the npot. Having observed these things , Hewitt stepped back and read at the bottom of tha big bojrd the name "Wlntor & Woekes , Survepors and Auctloners , Abchurch Line. " Then he stepped Into Lombard street. Two hansoms pulled np near the postofllce , and out of the first stepped Inspector rium- m er and another man. This man and tha two who alighted from the second hansom were unmistakably plaln-c'othes constables their air , gait and boots proclaimed It. "What's all thU ? " demanded Plumrner as Hewitt approached. "You'll coon se ? , I think. But first , hava you put the watch on No. 197 Hackworth road ? " "Yes. Nobody will get away from thera alone. " "Very good. I'm going Into Abchurch lane for a few minutes. Leave your men out here , but Just go round Into the court by Bullcr. Clayton & Ladd's , and ke p your eyn on the first door on the loft. I think we'll find something soon. Did you get rid of Miss Shaw ? " "No ; she's behind now. nnd Mrs. Laker's with her. They met In the Strand and cimo after us In another cab , Rare fun , ch ? They think we're pretty gresn. It's quits handy , too , So long UH they keep behind mi It saves all trouble watching them. " And Inspector Plummer chuckljd and winked. "Very flood. You don't mind peeping your eye on that dooor , do you ? I'll be back very sMn. " And with that Hewitt turned off Into Abchurch lane. ( Continued Tomorrow. ) n Corpse. One of the most curlouj burial customs still existing In Ireland and In Somerset shire. England , Is that of placing salt upon the breast of a corpse as soon as It has been properly "laid out" on the coollnpc board. In Rngland , where the custom * Htlll prevails cmong n people who hoot the Im- putat'Qn ' of being superstitious , It Is claimed that it h done in order "to prevent air from , getting Into the corpse , and thus swell and bloat It. " Campbell and Moresln both refer to the practice as a survival of old-time cu- pcrstltlous burial rites. They quote largely from ancient writers to prove that vaily Christians all regarded bait as nn emblem of Immorality and eternity , and that on such accounts It was anciently used In tha man ner above mentioned. Harman Is authority for the statement that the early Germans not only put salt under the tongues of tholr dead , but also put little cylinders of rock s.ilt In the right hands of the sick as soon as It was learned that such persons u > tra near death's door. In most heathen countries , where all llnds ; of superstition prevails , salt li used as a chnrm In frightening away evil spirits , and it Is alleged that the ratngonians frequently strangle their children to death by forcing Ealt down their throati to drive out devilu , A DUappoliitnd Mini. Plttsburg Chronicle : "How much does the government allow me ? " said a citizen to tha Income tax collector. "Four thousand dtdlars , " replied the of ficial. "Here Is a statement of my Income , then , " and ho handed a paper to Uncle Sam's repre sentative , who looked at It and then ob served , with some warmth of feeling : "You have no occasion to file this. It shows an Income of only $1,200. You don't need lo Hie a statement unless your Income U .500 or more , " "Didn't ycu say the law allowed me $1,000 ? " "Yes. " ' Well , my Income was $1,200 and I file tha statement so that the government can give me the difference , which I figure out to ba | 2SOO. When do I get It 7" After much expostulation the citizen was finally led out Into the cool spring air , When house cleaning uio Stearn'i Kltotrlo ; kill * all kUidi of vermin ; SSc ,