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11 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , JUNE 30 , 1895.
SPEG1RL NOTICES. Advertisement ! for ttiete columns " 111 Im taUrn until IBlltll p. m. for the erminenml until 8 p. in. for tlio morning n'lii Sunday edition. Advertisers , liy rcqiiotlnt' a nntnlwrcil tlieck , < nn linto iinnncrs milres ( ecl to n numbered letter In rnro of 'Hie llco. An- Mirrs 10 tulilrcueil will ho ilrtlveroil npon irticntntlon of ttio check only. llnlcs , 1 1-Sc n ironl , first Insertion , lo a won ! liertnfler. Nothing tnkon for In * than iiOo lor llrit Intertlon. 'Ilirso ndrrrUscmcnts must Inn coiuecu- lively. SITUATION B V7 ANTED. -VANTED-BTENOOIIAPIIBR AND GENERAL oinco mnn wantu tionlik.n Juts' 11. Five > cars experience. IKsl rcfeii'iiccs. Addrrta C. W. Canfleld , Valentine , Nctjtiitka. A M 2 SITUATION WANTElT 1N KAMIhY WII.EHE - there would ( no nnnliltiK or Iroiilnis.IIKPII not no mticli of mi ohjei-i nil Ko d jieimnni-nt inanition , Wtnld iicci'i.t . pnnlllon n Ko\prnot or hou pki > i'p r If iilate will permit of rrcpect- bl ihlni ; . V > ry best of refmi > vc * & * < " Ail- Oteta T II. HII- . A-M4J3 M' WANTED. RY MIDDLE-AGED LAIU. Ex perienced In all kinds of hoitfckeeiilng ; will leave city. Addiiss room 22 , Metropolitan hotel , Council Bluffs. A-MS91 31 * _ \ VANTEDPOSIT1ON AS FOREMAN ON FARM hy expr rlcncfd fiitmer ; undcrstumls feeding cnltlc. T 17 , Hi * . A 52S 30 * _ AVANTOD. TlTn AD"DRESS OF THE LUM nim firm that wants to see Joe McArdlo of ' S. 401lr street. ' A 55 M * _ _ _ WANTED. BY AN EXPERIENCED FLOIl 1ST , n situation ; good on designs and dec rating ; good references. Address T 20 , Bee. A 518 30 * WANTED if ALE KELP. WANTED , 1,000 MEN TO AVR1TE ME TODAY for the receipt ( absolutely free. In plain senled envelope ) which cured mo of nervous debility , exhausted vitality , etc. Address C. J. Walker. Box 1,341 , Knlnmazoo , Mich. B-M423 WANTED , FIRST CLASS UPHOLSTERER TO work by day for a short lime. Address S GO. Bee. B M310 AVANTED , MAN ON SALARY TO TAKE OR- ilers In city If successfu" will prelxc ad vancement. Apply after 9 n. m. r > 16 Doug las. B-Mm.I > 23 FIXmiST AVANTED , SINOI.fi MAN ; TRAIN runner ; all round cook , out nf town ; salesman , Canadian oince , 1J22 Douglas street. B-MII8 30 * WANTED , MAN TO SUPERINTEND BRANCH nillce ; salary. 11.200 per year ; referenced nnd 1600 capital requlrnl. ItefeirnceR given. Ad- ilress P. O. Box SC2. Chicago , III. B 445-9) SALESMEN. A SNAP FOR BOTH YOU AND customers. Ext7aoullnary utter , never b"fore equalled. If you want a gcnx ! thhirf nddie n Merchants Economy Co. . 121 A'an Buren Street , Chicago. B-t 17-30 * J100 A MONTH AND EXPENSES PAID SALUH- men : no exenrlence requlr- * ! . U. S. Cigar Co. , C34 S. 7th St. . St. Louis. Mo. H-419-30 * 8ALHSMHN-TO DRUO TRADF. . SIDE LINE or otherwise. J. AV. Knight , 217-225 Slate st. , Racine , AVIs. B 134-30 * WANTED. ACTIA'D PERSON TO TAKE A position , J12.W n week from start. Sirmanent . Shepp & Co. , box 78j , 1'hlladelphla. Pa. H-4M-30 * _ W'ANTF.D , MEN'TO SELL STAPLE GOODS tu grocery tinile.fC500 monthly halary or com mission , experience unnicessarv. For particu lars address , with stamp , Bell Clumlcnl Co. , South Bend , Ind , 11-439-30 * BALESMiN- PF.R MONTH TO GOOD MEN to sell Arctic Ice machines for refilgerators ; KUaranteed 73 per cent. Cheaper than Ice ; lasts n lifetime ; exclusive control given , write for terms. Arctic Ice Machine Co. , Cincinnati. O. II lll-DO * WANTED-CAPABLE YOUNG MAN AVITH $1,000 to rpen branch for Chicago house ; good salary ami nil expenses paid , besides .in ex tra commission ; permanent position wlt'i good fu'ure to It Cleo , Munson , 123 Franklin ft. , Chicago. B-441-30 * WANTED. A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED retail notion , embroidery , lace , white goods , hosiery and Hdkf man capable of looking after nnd assisting In buying for ilepartnienl. Stale refeiences , experience , married or single , Hilary expected nn > l any other p.ullculars. Make implication In person If poss hie. If not address Chambers i Mniney Dry Goods Co. . St. Jo seph , Mo. 11 454-30 BIDE LINE. GOOD SALESMEN CAN ADD same en unoccupied ground. Man last year earned J4.200. Samples COlbs. ) free. P. O 13il N. Y. B M4M-1 * BY ACT OF CONGRESS 1,000 ADDITIONAL men for llie navy after Aug. 1st. Machinists , 70 dollars : llremen , * > 3.V seamen , 121 ; coal heavers. 22. Good home. Send fifteen two cent stamps to pay clerk. J. F. Cole , Louis vllle , Nebraska , for particulars. B 5u7-30 WANTED. SALESMEN I"OR BEST SF.LLING line on the road ; liberal salary ; also side line men for specialty. California Cider Co. , Chi. cngo. II M458-3 * WANTED SALESMEN TO SELL CIGARS TO dealers , salary and expenses , cxtwrlrncv un necessary , enclote 2c stamp. Union Clear Co. , 171 Madison St. . Chicago. B-532 30 * _ 5.00 PER 1,000 CASH PAID FOR DISTRIBUTIng - Ing circulars ; enclose 4c. Universal Distribut ing Bureau , Chicago. _ B 534 30 * WANTED ! EXPERIENCED DEPUTIES TO organize lodges in n st.ited salary. Address Secretary , care Nelson Chesman & Co. , 121 Franklin street. Chicago. B 551 30 * WANTED , 20 LABORERS , J1.50 PER DAY , collector J.W.OO per mrmth. Council llluffs Em- ploymenl bureau , 27 Pearl street. B 555 30 WANTED . YOU HONEST. SOIlCIt. INDUSTRIOUS ? II ro , engage with us for 1693 ; ! 300 u month , (3,600 a ) ear ; you can make. It easy ; six hours a day. Our agents do not complain of hard times. AA'hy ? They are making money selling our Perfection Dish AVnsher ; the only practical family washer manufactured ; washes , dries and polishes dishes perfectly In two minutes ; no experience necessary ; a child of 8 cperates It easily ; cheap and durable ; weight , thirteen pounds ; made of anti-rust sheet steel ; capacity , 100 pieces ; 110,000 for Its equal ; every family wants one ; you don't have to canvas ; as soon os people know you have It for s.ita they send for a dish washer ; each agtnt's territory pro tected ; no competition ; we furnish sample ( weighs six pounds ) In nice case to lady agents to tike orders with ; one agent made $211.53 first ten days. Address for full particulars Perfec- llon tlfg. Co. . Engk-wood. Ill _ C M424 GIRL AVANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSEAVORK al 1919 Chicago. C M373 _ GIRL AVANTED FOIl GENERAL HOUSE- work. 1805 8. 10th street. C M39ii 30 * _ UADIE8 MAKE J20 A AA'KEK ADDRESSING envelopes , folding circulars , etc. , at their homes ; reply with stamp. France * 1. . Lane , Hammond , Ind. C 44I1-3) ) * _ ALL LADIES HAVING A FEW HOURS LEISure - uro each day should write me at nnce regard ing pleasant homo work which easily pays JIS weekly. This Is no deception anil will cer tainly pay you to Investigate. Reply vjih stamped envelope Mrs. B. A. Stebblns. Ijiw- rcnce. Mich. C 448-30 * _ WANTED. LADY OF EXTENSIVE ACQUAINT- nnce In her town to furnish local addresses. Address with stamp , "Directory , " 1427 O street. Lincoln , Neb. C-H'-SO ' * _ WANTED. STRONG YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE care of baby 10 months old nnd help with light housework. Apply at 614 N. Kill street. C 543 30 * WANTED. 'A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work. Inquire al 4115 LaFayctte live. C-SO 30 * _ WANTED. AN EXPERIENCED LADY DEPuty - uty to organize lodges on salary. Address Sec retary , care Nelson Chesman & Co. , 125 Frank- lln street. Chicago. C 551 M' _ FOIl RENT HOUSES. HOUSES. F , K. DARLINO. BARKER BLOCK. D 435 _ _ HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. THE O. F. Dayls company , 150J Farnam. D 4i6 HOUSES. BCNAAVA & CO. . 103 N. 15TII ST. D 427 U. E. COLE CO. LARGEST LIST IN OMAHA , D-M4I3 FOR RENT DESIRABLE 1IOUSKS. rooms , 211 S. 21th St. . (30. 7 rooms , 926 N. 21th live. . (22.50. 6 rooms , 4907 Cass st. , S10. 'j t rooms , 4927 Davennorl St. . J1J. E rooms. ! 420 Jackson St. . IS. 6 rooms. 3511 Pratt St. . $7. B eFldclltyriiist Co. . 170J Far.am si. D-4 IIENTALAO.ENCY UTH D-727 TWO 0-ROOM BRICK HOUSES. 139-41 PARK avenue , fnclne Hanscom park , nearly new ; hard wood ilnlsh ; first class modern con veniences. Inquire 1115 South 32nd street. D M821 _ _ _ _ C AND 7-ROOM FLATS. AVITH RANGE ANB nil modern conveniences ; avvnlnxs. screens and janitor nrvlce. Call at corner Hat , ; in s. ICtli St. , from 10 lo 11 and 2 lo 4. George dourer. D-II5JI 2 ELEGANT 6-ROOM COTTAGES JUST BUH/ ? ! j.M , Fidelity Trust company , 1792 Fanuni. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ D43 t-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 29TH ST. & P pleton. Hartman & Bobbins. "O Ilee bldjr. _ D-S4-Jy9 FOR HUNT. TAVO NICE HOUSES NEAP Hanscom park' all conveniences. Hicks , 15 N. Y. Life bldx , U 559 J0 t-ROOM CAST FRONT MODERN. J N. 4UT11 . D IK Jy-18 * NINE-P.OOM MODERN HOUSE. DETACHED beautiful lawn ; shade trees. 005 South 23th. Apply to J. H. Parrotle , Douglas block. D-M7J * FOR RENT-SIX-ROOU HOUSE NEAR KTI and Cumin , sis. , p.OU. Inquire at IM So. ISth st rt } t > < r VtHia.lniiuu FOR KENT HOUSES. Continued. HoTIi3 N TiiooM'fx > TTAalT. H la n nnd shade. 51 ! ) Miami ilree.1. D-.M31. ! roil "RENT , HOUPIJ o noons , J'MS CALD" well at. Inquire ZSH. UM EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE'S NEAR inait SCHOOL. 115.00 anil IK.W per month. Inquire M1G Capitol axe. n-M4-a RL'AD THIS--2-HTORY COTTAGE. I1) ROOMS , lot 41\1S ) . good location , tit n great sucrlllee , II.CW. IJOO cniili , balance JIS pir motilli. 31W ! ml Cans. AVIIlis Yale * , agent. D 533 .10' i-oii nr.NT , HOUSES ; REDUCED JULY i TO SI2.iX > and 113.50 ; 6-room niudern rottnKes , llrst class canilltlon , with bntli , 1035 California street. D MS SO * t-ROOM COTTAGE , X. E COll. 19TH AND Jackson. D-41S ; ICI2 CAPITOL AVENUE , 7 HOOMH. INQUIRE SMS Cnplte.l avenue. D-4II 3 < J DOWN1 TOWN .1 AND 4-ROOM FLATS FOR families. F. K. Daillng , 4 ! Darker block. D 422 1 rou HUNT MY IIOMI : , FURNISHED , WITH largo lawn. sliado trcen nnd bnrn for Ivvo months ; ready by July 4th. J. II. Evans. S3S 8. 87th tit. ) ' < 4.1 'J0 _ _ : . CENTRAL , UNEQUALED. SEVEN FIVE-ROOM houses unil Hats. Tlznrd , 221 N. 24th. roil RENT CHEAPEIGHT-ROOM HOUSE opposite park , on cur line. Gannett , 504 llrnwn block. D 162-30 * roii RENT TAVO c-nooM COTTAGES , ONI : furnished. E06 H. 50th. Moilcrn 1) M525 TEN MINUTES' WALK FROM POSTOFFICE ; choke nelghliorhi l ; Ion rent ; eight-room liounff , modern , six-room cottage. Inquire nt room ton N. Y. Life building. D-5C2 30' IrOK KfcNT .bUKN J&HE.D .ROOMS. roil RENT. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED rooms. COl a. 13th. E CIO Jy2 rUUNlSHED IIOOM8 DOG WEEK. 710 S. 14TI1. E-910 Jyli * 3 ROOMS FOIl IIOUSEKnni'INO FOR MAN and wife ; rent taken In board. 319 N. 17th. E SSI NICELY FURNISHED OUTSIDE HOOMS ; GAS ; steam heat. 711 B. ICtli ; third Hour , light. 13-"M3. G 31 * MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE FURNISHED. Rent taken In board. Corner 28th nnd Jackson. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping or gentlemen. 630 North 17lh. E M415 1 * SOUTH ROOM. FURNISHED , ON CAR LINE ; 2227 Lake. 13 113-30 * FOR RENT , ONE fUJ TAS'O NICK ROOMS FUR- ulshrd or unfurnished , 52U S-Killi Sith H' . E 100-30 * ROOMS FOR RENT FURNISHED OR UNfurnished - furnished riKHns for housekeeping. All con veniences. No. 2119 DouBlas St. 13 M526 2 * ROOM FOR TWO. PRIVATE FAMILY. MOD- ern. 507 S. 23th Ave. E Rir27-13 * TOR RENT.ONK ROmN DESIllABLE LO- catlon. 616 S. 22d street. E-542 3' ) * IUKNISHED BOOMS AND BOB.RD NICELY FURNISHED SOUTH ROOM AVITH hoard for two ; private family ; no other board ers ; best home comforts. 614 No. 21st. bet. California nnd AVehster. F 901 TO TRADE , DRESS SUIT. CHEST MEASURE 36 Inches , worn twice ; cost $75 , for horse , gun , or anything. S 42. Bee. F 135 FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH board. 1824 Illnney street. F M2S3-30 * ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS AVITH board ; all modem conveniences. 2215 AVehster. F VM 2 * PLEASANT. COOL ROOM FOR TWO. AVITH boaid. 2510 Dodge st. F 391 2 * LARGE FRONT ROOM AVITH ALCOVE , IN pilvatu family ; leterences. 2J13 Farnam St. FOR RENT , LARGE , PLEASANT ROOMS , with flist-class board. 113 S. ? ) th street. F M395 20 * LARGE FRONT ROOM. AVELL FURNISHED , with or without board , In private family. Call nt 422 N. 19th street. K M3M 30 * THE UTOPIAN. 1721 DAA'ENPORT ST. . FUR- nlshed and unfumlshed rooms with boaid transient accommodations ; rates reasonable. F 403 3 * FOR RENT , NICELY FURNISHED SOUTH east front room , with alcove nnd bay window all modem conveniences ; board ; lawn surround the house. 622 S. 29th street. F M416 1 * ROOMS AND BOARD , 222T DODGE RT. I' M4S - * BOARD AND ROOM IN PRIA'ATE FAMILY. Call 712 N. 20th St. F 461-30 * FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. DESIR- nblo furnished room. , with board ; morli > rn con veniences ; also good large barn. 2."i2.1 Call fornla street. F 545 30 * ELEGANT ROOMS , BATH. FIRST CLASS hoard , $ " > .00 per week. AVebster hotel , 15V Howard street. F M561 6 * LARC.I3 ROOM. FURNISHED OR UNFUR- nlshed , with Ixmrd for two , $40.00 per month. 518 N. 2Jd street. F 557 30 * UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT I OR 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT AT 209 S. 21th St. O 954 2 FRONT ROOMS , 1611 LEAA'ENAVORTH ST. 0-3S2 1 * THREE ROOMS ; HOUSEKEEPING. 2026 ST. Mary's avenue. G M371 S * PARLOR FLOOR , SUITABLE LIOIIT HOUSE- Keeplng or studio , largo porch ; ROUth and east windows. 714 N. 20lh street. G 538 30 * ICE RENT STOH .S AND OFFICES FOR RENT , THE 4-STORVRRICK BUILDING , 916 Farnam street. This building has a lire- proof cement basement , complete steam heat ing fixtures , water on all Moors , gas , etc. Apply - ply al the office of The Bee. 1 910 TAA'O-STORY BRICK. 2TX66. AND 66 FEET trackage. 71S 8. 13th. al your own price. H. U. Cole Co. , 106 N. 15th St. 1 716 J > 6 DRUG STORE , FIXTURES COMPLETE : NO equal price considered. Tlzard , 221 N. 21th. 1-423-1 * AGENTS WANTED. MEN AND AVOMEN , tS TO J10 A DAY. ADdress - dress the Handy Heater Co. , 834 New York Life bldg. . Omaha , Neb. J 913 GENTS OR LADIES TO TAKE ORDERS FOR the Hansen revolving album ; liberal commis sion ; big seller. Call at Homo hotel. C. C. HarpstrP-e J-M3S4 31 * AVANTED. IIUNDREDS OF AGENTS TO SELL "The NewEducation" to school boanK Men sold sixty sets last month to Mnglo districts. The Diamond Lltho. Pub. Co. , Minneapolis. Minn , J-M413 1 * AA'ANTED , AGENTS TO SELL THE ICELESS refrigerator ; nevv. practical , economical ; U PS no Ice , nnlv n few pints of water dally. The Iceless Refrigerator Co. , C32 Elm st. , Cincin nati. O. J 437-M * AA'ANTED , AGENTS I"OR OUR ASBESTOS Clay cooking ware. AVages J3 to 7 a day. Pav every week. Central Supply Co. , Cincin nati , Ohio. j AGENTS \VANTEO TO SELL A NEW AND quick selling article. Excellent opportunity for good canvassers. H. G. Tucker , IxvanspoM. Ind. J 621 30 * AGENTS AA'ANTED EVERYWHERE-SOME- ! thlng new ; a world l > enter ; llghtnln ? seller ; nny one can make 20 dally easy don't m'si this ; send stonm , particulars. Boomerang. 640 Jackson St. , Chicago. J 533 30 * AVANTED AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO dealers : salary or rommlfslon paid ; sample out- Ml furnished ; reply with 2o stump. Figaro Cigar Co. . Chicago. J 635 30 * AGENTS AVANTJTD TO SHOAV THE NEAV patent revolving griddle cake , fish nnd egg turner ; It sells Itstlf ; sample , Sic , O. E. Mlckel. Haveihlll , Mass. J-5.-.G 31 * AVANTED. AGENTS OR SALESMEN TO SELL goods by sample , nt home or travel. Staple article. K.II.V seller. Liberal silary or com mission. Address 1 * . O. Box 1103 New Ytrk City. _ " " AGENTS AVANTEDr Nr.Av"AVALlT"MAP U. B , nnd world , six feet long , eleven beautiful colors. No experience needed. You cannot mike money easier. Send Mo for sample or write. Kami , McNnlly & Co. , Chicago. J SOMETlNONEW ; nu talking , sells at sight ; big rxollts ; cliculnra free ; send lOc for sample In plush box. Novelty Introduction Co. , 247 Hate street , Chicago. WANTED. AGENTS TO SELL SASH LOCKS and door holders. Sample sash lock free by mall for 2.Hamn. . Best sellrra ever Invented , Beats nelghis 112 ft ) n day. AVrlte quick. Itro- hard & IV " v 77 , plilladelphla , J WANTED. LADY AGENTS" ; HYGEIA COR. tare the best sellers ; blic profit- : easy work. Catalogue free by sending to Western CorseJ Co. . St. Louis , Mo. J AOENTS AVA NTHDFOR LARGEST LINE aluminum novelties , bar good' , tableware In America : profits Immense ; steady work ; sample Me Illustrated catalogue free. Aluminum Nov. elty Co. , 335 | lr. adway. New York. J . AVANTED. AGENTS , CANA'ASSKRS , MALH OT female , something new In ladles' shoe * of grcai inent , big pay and exclusive sale guaranteed , Addrns MuiiufActurera' Shoe Co. . 43S Unlcr st , Lynn. Mass. J AGENTS \VANTKD IN EVERY TOWN IN I own nnd Nebraska , bl _ money , addres * JO , Douglan block , Omaha , Nebraska. Enclose tamp. Jii . WANTED TO BENT. AA'ANTED YOUNO MARRIED COUPLU DEsires - sires suite of room * or large single room ami Imnrtl In private family , best of references. Address T IS. Bee. K 425 1 WANTED TO RENT , HORSE AND HUGOY OR surrey for July nnd August. T 22 , Beo. K 400 SO * AVANTED. ROOMS AND BOARD , AVITH PHI- vale family preferred , gentleman nnd wife nnd two children ; best of reference. Address T 12 , Bee Ollice. K450-30 * RENTAL AGENCY. O. O. AVALLACE , RENTALS , ill BROAVN BLK. L-M703 STORAGE. STORAGE. FRANK EAVER3 , 1214 HARNEY. BEST STORAGE BUILDING IN OMAHA. U. 8. gov. bonded wnrfhou e : household goods stored ; lowesl rules. 1013-1013 Leavenworth. M4M _ irb VE s "STORED DURLVO SUMMER. TEL. MO. 1207 Douglas. Omaha Stove Repair Works. M437 PACIFIC STORAGE & WAREHOUSE CO. , 9TH & Jones sts. General storage and fornardlng. M 133 WANTED TO BUY. IF YOU AVANT TO SELL REAL ESTATE quick list with F. D. Wead. AA'e are making sales. N-3S5-29 1S95 CITY DIRUCTOnY. CHEAP. 419 BEE building. N M390 3) ) ' FOK tAuil cURWlTCJRE. FOR SALE. 30 ROOMS FURNITURE ; CENtral - tral location IS boarders ; good reasons for selling ; great bargain. Address S IS , Bee. 0-M870 FOR SALE HORSES , WAGONS.ETO FOR SALE-ONE OF MY BLACK PONY mnrcs. Fred Mohle. 1517V4 Farnam. P 203 FOR SALE. STYLISH FOUR OR SIX PASSENger - ger trap ; one-third cost. Uruinmond Cairlage Co. P M419 W _ FOR SALE-CHEAP. STYLISH TWO-SEATED road wagon , In good Condition. 007 N. 19th. P 120-30 OR SALE , HORSE AND PHAETON. CHEAP. A. F. AVIlllams , 4317 Harnfy. P 546 30' FOit ARDWOOD COMBINATION HOG AND chicken fence. Chas. II. Lee , 9th and Douglas. Q 111 'HE ' STANDARD CATTLE CO. , AMES , NEB. , has 400 tons good baled hay for sale. Q M442 'OR SALE. OLD LUMBER CONSISTING OF scantling 2x4 , 2x9 , 2x10 , 8x8 , shlplap , sheeting , siding , doors , windows , etc. , at the Associated Charities wood yard , 807 Howard st. 'OR SALE , AN EXCELLENT 5X8 NOVEL , otto camera , with double combination lens , tri pod nnd two plate holders. Address T 0 , Omaha Bee. Q-M375 30' EAV JS5.00 CABINET SINGER MACHINE FOR $40 00. Call room 22 Metropolitan hotel Coun cil Bluffs. Q M302 30' 'OR SALE AT A SACRIFICE , AN ELEGANT gents' riding saddle and bridle. Apply , after p. in. , 906 So. 23th nve. U-107 SO * 'OR SALE , THE FIRST 11 VOLUMES OF Scrlhner's Encyclopedia Brltannlcn , Oth edition , good as now , have been packed up : cost t7 per volume ; will sell chenp. Address T 13 , Bee. Q 151-M * OH SALE. LAUNDRY MACHINERY , FOR steam or hand work. 815 Noith ICt.i street. Q 547 SO * EAUT1FUL PEDIGREED Pt'G PUPPIES cheap , WS 8. 40th , between Marcy nnd Mason , third house. Ci-5',3 . " . ! ) MIEOELLA.NEOUS. 'O LOAN. JS.O O OR LESS AMOUNT , LONG OR short time ; bett security. T 14. Bee. * R 452-30 * HE GEORGIA PEACH CARNIA'AL , A LUX- uilant exhibition of nil fruits ; July 1 to 20 , 1S9" . nt Macon , Ga. ; one fare for round trip , sold July 5. eo. AV. Duncan , manager. 'h ' i. Ellis , adv. com. U AVITH1N THE GOLDEN CIRCLF. , " LATEST publication on Cripple Creek nnd Its mines. Handsomely Illustrated. Mailed free by the AVoods Investment Co. , Colorado Springs , Cole , CLAIRVOYANTS MRS. DR. H. AVARREN. CLAIRVOYANT. RE- llable business medium , 6th year at 119 N. 16th S4I3 .1ADAM . E. AUSTIN , TRANCE MEDIUM AND Independent card reader. Room 3 , 509 S. 1311 street. Hamburg hotel. S 15373 3 * MASSAGE. JiAiHS. K MADAM SMITH , 602 S. J3TII 2D FLOOR. ROOM 3 ; magnetic , vapor , alcohol , steam , sulphurlne and sen. baths. T A143J-C * .IASSAGE. . MADAME BERNARD. 1121 DODGE. T M639 Jy 4 * 'INEST BATH AND MASSAGE PARLORS IN city. Mine. IIowcll , 318 & 320 8. 15th : ihoioughly practical chiropodist and manicurist attendant. Y M876 Jy 12 * MRS. DR. LEON , ELEGANT MASSAGE AND electric bath. Parlors restful and lefieshlng. 412 North 14th street. T M333 30 * 19 NORTH 15TH ST. , ROOM 1. SELECT MASsage - sage , magnetic t.nd alcohol baths. Anna , from Chicago. T M339 30 BATHS. TURKISH BATHS : ONLY PLACE IN CITY exclusively for ladles. Suite 109-110. Bee bldg. 135 LADIES' BATHS. MME. POST. 319VJ S. 15TII. 730 PERSONAL. VIAVI CO. . 340 BEE BLDG. ; HEALTH BOOK free ; home treatment ; lady attendant. U44I B. HAAS. FLORIST , PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS. Banquet , hall , residence nnd grave decorations , 1S13 Vlnton street. Telephone 77C. U M443 BATHS , MASSAGE , MME. POST , 319V4 S. liTH. U731 BARGAIN , 12 CABINET PHOTOS. J2. DAVIES , 113 S. 16th street , opposite Boston Store. U M509 30 A PRIVATE PARTY HAS MONEY TO LOAN on pianos , jewels , bicycles , etc. Business strictly confidential. Address Postofflce Bo\ 328. U M702 HAVE YOUR OLD CARPETS MADE INTO rugs ; any size jou wish. 1521 Lenvenworth street. U M706 Jy6 ARE YOU SICK7 MEDICINE AND TREATment - ment 50c. at 205V4 N. 16th st. U 153-y-17 ] * CAN ANYBODY FURNISH US AVITH A NO. 23 dictionary that was sold by us on coupons. Pleaee report at business olllce. U M331 33 * ILLINO1SANS ARE REQUESTED TO SEND name nnd address for organizing Illinois club to H. E. Cole.106 N. 15th. U 395 5 C. II. BROAVNING , A SOLICITOR , IS AVANTED nt hla home In Beatrice , at once. U M417 EO * WHEN SICK AND DISCOURAGED AND SUF- ferlng from n dozen Ills a pure ami whole Homo tonic Is needed. A bottle of Clarke's Pure Hie AVhlskey will help you. At dealers. U-433-30 DO YOU SPECULATE ? Then j'end for our liook. "How lo Speculate Successfully on Lim ited Margins In Grain nnd Stock Miuketx. " Mailed free. Comstock , Hughes &Co. . Rlallo building , Chicago. U 442-30 * SUPERFLOUS HAIR AVIUTE FOR FREE 1N- formatlon how to remove hair permanently without flighted Injury lu skin ; superior tn electric needle. Curtis Co. , ISO C2d St. . Chl- ca go , U-J2J-30' MEN AND AA'OMUN TAUGHT TO MAKE crayon portraits In spare hours nt their homes by n new. copyrighted method ; those learning my method will be furnished woik by me by which they can earn $8(0 ( to J1G.OO per week. Send for particulars. II. A. Grlpp , German artist , Tjrone. Pa. U ATTENTION LADIES ! "EMMA" BUST DE- \eloper will enlarge your bust 5 Inches. Guar anteed , Sealed Instructions 2c , or 24 page Illus trated cataloKUe Cc , by mall. Emmu Toilet Bazar , Boston , Mass. U MONxY TO LOAN ttbAL ESTATE ANTHONY LOAN & TIOST CO . : U N. Y. LIFE , loans al low laics fa choice security In Ne braska and Iowa farmt or Omaha city property. AV-446 MONEY TO LOAN AT LOAVEST RATES. THE O. F Davis Co. . 1505 Farnam si. AV 431 CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR. ( U N. Y. LIFK. AV-450 I.IFU INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED ON or bought. F. O. Cheiney , Kansas City , Mo. AV 453 CAPITAL. UOVO.OOO ; SURPLUS. JCOO.OOO : U. S. Mortgage Tiust Co. . New York. For 6 per cent loans on city property apply to Pusey & Thomas , agents , room 07 First Nat'l bank bldg. AV-JS2 MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROA'ED OMAHA real estate. Brennan , Love & Co. , Paxton blk. AV-4U MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL ESTATE at 6 per cdnt. AV. B. Melkel. lit Nat. Bk bide AV-I4S MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA prupert ) . Fidelity Trust company , 1702 Farnsm. LOANH ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY property. AV. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 Farnam. AV-4H INVESTORS' DIRECTORY CO. . 10 AVALL ST. . N w York , offer any part 100.033 eastern in vestors' names , who have m ney 13 Invest ; juit compiled. AA'rile ( or particulars. W MS31 Jy25 * MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. J. B. HADDOCK. ROpJl * 427 , RAMOE . _ _ MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNtTUREAND pianos. Fred Terry , 430R ! Mge blk. X 456 MODEL LOAN CO. , 40jItNE"w ToRK LIFE. . . . . i X 133-Jyl6 MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS , horses , wagons , etc. . at lovvest rates In city ; no removal of goods ? strictly confidential ; you Van pay the lonn off' at 'nny ' time or In any ainotfnt. , . , OMAHA MORTGAGE I/3AN CO. . 30 , SO. BUSINESS "CHANOl ! B. 112,000.0ETOCK OF MtntfllANDISE IN BEST town In eastern NebrAUMn , for land nnd casher or equivalent. Address's ' 2,9 , , care Bee. Y M934 3 SOLID INVESTMENTS : BRICK BUSINESS block , water power llourlng mill , line Ice busi ness. H. c. Alscr & | Co.8herldan ( | , AA'yo. \ M31S F6ll SALE" THE BEST PAYING MILLINERY business wesl of Chicago. Address 410 10th vt. , Sioux City. Y216 20' FOR SALE , ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN AN Electrical Manufacturing plant , of a hundred per cent profit ; ono who is capable of taking charge preferred. S 67 , care Bee otllce.Y . Y M337 FOR SALE , AN INTEIcEST IN A NUMBER one , good paying manufacturing business tn n man who can give It his time nnd attention ; It Is open lo Investigation to nny one mcanlns business. Address S 66 , care Bee olllce. | Y-MM3 FOR SALE , SMALL STOCK DRY GOODS AND notions ; good trade. Address T 4 , Bee. Y M355 30 * FOIl 8 ALE CLEAN STOCK OF DRUGS ; INvoice - voice about J2.700.CO : good location ; good cigar trade ; good teutons for selling , Address T 10 , Bee. Y 3SO-3 * FOIl SALE. SET BLACKSMITH TOOLS , chenp. Will tfhe pofnepMoii nt once. Address J. O. ttendrlcks , Ilrock , Neb. Y M401 30- FOIl SALE STOCK OF MII.I.INEIIY ; DEBT location In the city. Uood reason for selling. Aclrtu-sa nt once. T 1C , Hie. Y 430 OVEIUVOIIKKD YOl'ltSELF ? YOU NEED A Bllmulant. both mild and strengthening , You will iinil It In n bottle of Clarke's 1'ure ll > Whlfkey. At dealers. Y 43C-30 * TO HOMESirEKEHS I1UY MINNEOLA VALley - ley land \\lti ater for Irrigation nt > 25 per ncrc , 8 j curs' time. Interest at 6 per crnt. There Is no tiettel fruit land In Southern Cali fornia. It will double Inaluo In one > ear liest of railroad facilities nnd n market nt your door , A. L. Towle , 417 Ilee Ilullillng. Y C330 N ACTIVE , 1'ITHHINO MAN , WITH } SOO TO engage In a partnership \\llh a manufacturing house to istnbllfh and control sub-ngniti ; busi ness largo nnd profitable. Address Manufac turer , Hex 72S. llaltlmore. Mil. 'OH SALE. FIUST CLASS MEIICHANDISE business In city ; good reasons for selling ; takes alwut J3,000.00 cash. Address T 19. Hep. Y 537 30 * , 'ANTKD , A MAN AVITH TWO 11UNUHED dollars to make from tuo to five hundred a month. Investigate If > ou want to make money. For Interview ndchess T 18 , lice. Y-511 3) ' FOtt EXCHANGE. iVANTED TO TRADE NEW STANDARD HI- cycle for draft hoise weighing l.TiOO pounds or more i : . J. Davis , 1110 Famam et. 2 S37 'ARM LANDS IN NORTHWEST MISSOURI for stock nf hardware or Implement * , Knox & Hls.ier , 3TH 1'earl St. , Council Uluffs , In. Z 417-J23 .VII.L . TRADE CLEAR RENTAL PROPERTY In good town for equity In Omahn dwelling. Room 403 , N. Y. Life. Z-M1C3 IAVE A GOOD DRIVINO HORSE TO KX- chnnge for a bicycle. S. P. liostwlck. Fidelity Trust Co. . 1702 Farnamst. Z M3QO _ O EXCH7CNGE A COMIINED STOCK"OF drugs , clocks , watches , Jewelry , blank nnd school books , wall paper , window shades , paints , oils , class , olcr Will Invoice , with fix tures , about $9 000. AVnnt Improved farm. Ad dress A. J. I'ltzer , CherryVale , Kansas. WANT MERCHANDfSt ! IN EXCHANGE FOR real estate and cash. .11. A. AVagner , Omaha. S , Z MIOO A'ILL TRADE AN EXCELLENT DX8 NOVEL cttc camera , with double combination lens , tri pod and two plate holders , fbr 4x5 Kodak. Ad dress T 9. Omaha Ilee. " ' Z M374 30- OR SALE UEST FAMILY HOARDING HOUKE In city ; nil modern crtilVBiilenees ; btst location In city ; reason ih'e rent thoroughly established ; owneis have always maile money. J. .1. Gibson , First National H.mk Bids' Z 1ZI 30 iVANTBD , TO TRADE 1'dNY TEAM , AVELL 1)1 eke , C nnd 7 year Tldr with .lainesa. for single family horse. Auvtrcea T il , IKe. , n B2 30 FOK BA&c , ABSTRACTS. TUB BYKON REKD COMPANY. . f" > v i i > RE 158 DAHOAINS , HOUSES , LOTS AND FARM ; sale or trade. F. K. Darling , Darker block. RE 450 IMPROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAHA nt prices that will surprise you. If taken with in 2 weeks. J. II. Sherwood , 423 N. Y. Life. HE 439 READI READ1 READ1 BAROAINSI BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! We will sell for the nfxt ten days bargains , Ilees Place , between Georg a and A'ugln'n nves. nnd Mason nnd 1'aclllc fts. , thu most de sirable part of the city , line natural trees , elegant - gant } 15ooo homes Just started In this block. AVe will build If parties desire. This property will never be as clieap again. AVe have the cheapest house In the city. New , 7 rooms , bath , cemented cellars , within walking distance of the city , good neighborhood. Come In and ve will tell you all about It. Corner lot on Cumlng M. . 48x150 ft. If > nu have nny nerve come In and make us an offer. 60 ft. on 10th St. . clo-e to depot , worth 17,000. AVII1 trade nt one-half Its value. Do not get scared because wo give you a chines to make a growing Investment , but ba sure to Investigate. Fidelity Trust Company , sole agents , 1702 Far- nani st , J 243-30 BARGAINS , SALE OR TRADE IN CITY PROP- crtles and farms. John N. Frenier , orp. P. O. Rr 4S1 HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. SELL AND buy lots , acres , farms. Qarvln llrof. , 2iO N.Y. L. RE 4C3 _ FOR HALn-K-nOOM COTTAGE. FULL LOT tC/O.OO ; tt-uns easy. It. C. Patters in. Ilninije hk-ck. RE MS44 FARM LANDS , C. T. HARRISON. 013 N. Y. Life HE-8J7-JylO FARM LAND AT A HAROAIN. 320 ACRES very choice. 2 milfs from Clarks , Union Pa cltlo Ry. asl half 10-15-4. Merrlck Co. . Neb. at auciiiri nt Clarks , Tuesday , July 9 , 1803. n 4 p. it. Sale subject to adjournment. Title clear. E. II. French , 801 New York Life , ntly for administrator. RE 3S5-50 * AT A BARGAIN , CORNER LOT , PAA'ED street , 3 cottages , 6 , 7 anil 8 rooms each , brlc basement , water and sewer connection. In bej residence portion , monthly rental (44. Apply by letter to Jean Schons , 540 Bee building. RU341 Jy23 I HAVE BKKN INSTRUCTED HY THF owner to sell by August 1 at best price obtain able ono of the most attractive residence prop cities In Council Illuffs. New modern house , rooms , sc\eral large lots , nicely Improved ; ra use part of prlco In good trade. II. O. McOec 10 Main street , Council llluffs , HIJ-M4M 5 D6 YOU KNO\V A GOOD THING WHEN YOU see It ? If so look Rt this : A lot that actually rest 11,300 we are authorize * to sell for $1,000 , | 2i cash , balance can run yearn nt 7 per cent. It will bring the price o rtS" * again , for It Is good piupcrty and on a ed . . . ) i < vu street. Do not miss this chance. Fidelity Trust Company. Sole Agent. 1703 Fnrnani Stif ct. , ' , ' . RE4313) ' FOR SALE ' House nnd lot southwest. ? 1810.00 , House n-ar Fcrnim , 4SlHf,1.400 M. House seten rooms. Davenport St. , tCM.CO. Vacant lot just N Hans < m Park. $1.70 < ) .00. Vacant lot , U'nvcnwortk. tSlh , tl.OiO.OO. A'acant lot east of parlcv tru > .w. Vacant lot 42 I avenwlntliitt. , (375 Come In Monday. II i Lyman Waterman , S22 N. Y. Life JlMtr. ,1 , RI1-453-W FOR WALK , AT I1E1) JIOCK PRICES. 10D IT Park aie. , corner fronting Hanscom park : K ft. , corner , same block.fast , fiont ; 50 ft , , Par aieuBt front , no ofipar.k ; quick buyer get a bargain. Call en or address The Byron Re * Co. . Omaha , or .1. H. Sullivan , Drovers' Jour nal office. Chicago. Il | , - , RE AVILL SACRIFICE TFN' ACRES JUST AVIWT of city ; will lake 12HKI.N ) ; hnly m < - tenth cash lailnncu one to eight yiarn. AVrlte K 51. II olllce. i. . . i RE SM 30' FOR SALE , Tim BEST VACANT BUSINES property In Omaha at I5IK .00 ; will take goo stock ranch or land In part payment. Addrcba A. II. . Box 6H Omana , Neb. HE 55a 30 HERE IS YOUlT CHANCE , CTIOICE REsl dence lot near Hanscom paik. Owner goln cait. Must sell quick. AVrlle H C4 lire uitlc AVILL ALMOST GIVE AWAY FULL EAST frtnt lot un 421 , between Leavenworth an r.irnam street motor lints , only S4M.O ) . H 53 Bee office. RII H8 3) ST CORNER IN WKST OMAHA near 35th und Dodge , only U.1W.OO. Hicks. 30o N. Y. l' > ljKl RK-5o9 M LK , NE\V COTTAGE. COR. 30TH ANI Hahler ( treets cellar rlilern city water ; enl II 250. Ham'l Hums , 1318 Tarnam. RE 5'j | 3) ) DENTISTS. UIU I'AUL. DENTIST. * BJ BUIIT BT. 137 BIOi'OLE5. , I. O. DAXON. 402 N. 15TH. 151 TERLINO BUILT LIKE A WATCH. AVCST- em Electrical Supply Co , , I'M Howard street. r.i : THI : VIBIBLKBALL BEAIUNOS ON Relay Special. AVI1I Itnrnum llro. , 120 N , IMh. 4S7 _ EM1NOTON AND EAGLE. CROPS OUN CO. . 116 3. Ittli street. 4CS . . I * DCANU & CO. . 1116 FARNAM STREET. 403 _ _ _ ESTERN BICYCLE & QUN CO. . 2418 ClWIN'd. 470 MANTELS , QllATKS AND TILES. VOOD MANTELS. GRATES , TILES FoTt flrt places , vestibules nnd large P'.JISJ write for prices. Milton Rogers & S.-na. Omaha. 471 ELEOTKIOAL 5U LECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACtors - tors for electric light nnd motor nhints nnd nil Kinds of electrical construction , western Elec trical Supply Co. , 1513 Howard vt. 433 CARPENTER3 AND BUILDERS. . E. MORRILL , PAPER HANGING , HOUSE sign painting , lirlck work , plastering : off. 11. 1 , Barker blk. ; fl. 735 ; shop 913 N. 24th st. 431 LOST. ORT-LADY'S GOLD AVATCIt ON AVEDNES- dny. Finder pl-ase leturn 51S N. ISth SI. nnd lecelved reward. Ist 42J ! ' ) jOST-THt'IlRIMV MORNING , GCftD GLASSES and chain , on 25th , between Finnklln nnd CnU- well , Reward for return to 2311 Caldwell. Iost-l3-30 .OST , A SMALL GOLD COLLEGE PIN NEAR 24th nnd Fnrnnm. Finder nlll please rctuin to 1JH Douglas street. Losl-JM ! UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS I. K. HURKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND embalmer , IMS Chicago St. , telephone 90. 472 WANSON & VAL1EN. 1701 CUMINO , TEL. 10W. ( I. O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALM- , 1417 Fnrnam St. , telephone 223. 474 ; . AV. BAKER , UNDERTAKER , C13 8. 1CTII ST. 473 D. T. MOUNT HAS REMOVED HIS COAL onico to 203 S. ICth st. , Brown block. 476 \ GOO D TIl7Na-PUSH IT ALONO , MAY TlE the latest slang phrase , but that's just what we're doing with SHERIDAN COAL. 8,000 tons sold In Omaha last year. AVe give you 2,000 Ibs. of the best AVyomlng cooking coal for 14.50. Victor White , mgr. . 1C05 Farnam st. Tel. 127. (01 ( PASTURAGE. VE HAA'E 160 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS PASture - ture for horses , board fence , spring water ; Barton & Phelps , Gllmoie , Neb. , or A. AV. Phelps & Son , 207 N. Y. Life bldg. . Tel. 1031. 47S-.Tuly ! GOOD PASTURE FOR HORSES , Jl.OO 1'ER month , per head. Charles Cans , St , Paul , Neb. KG SHORTHAND A. C. A'AN SANT'S SCHOOL , 613 N. Y. LIFE. M-495 SHORTHAND AND TYPEAV'RITING TAUGHT as practiced by an experienced reporter. A. M. Hopkins ; Bee building. 3SC-7 * , ART .riiM-D LANGUAGES. MRS. FANNY ADLER , PIANO TFACHER , graduate Vienna Conservatory. SOS S' . ICth st. 833 Jy9 OEORGE F. GELLENBECK. BANJO ANT/ guitar teacher. 1911 Cass stieet. M 109 BUILDIKG &LO.a.N ASSOJIATION. SHARES IN MUTUAL L. K. B. ASS'N PAY 6 , 7 , 8 per cent when 1 , 2 , 3 > enra old , ahvcjs redeemable. 1701 Farnam st. Nattlnger , Sec. 4SO HOAV TO GET A HOME OR SECURE GOOD Interest on savings. Apply lo Omaha L. & B. Ass'n. 1704 Bee bide. G. U. Nattlnger. Sec. UARPH.T CLEANING. IHAMP1ON STEAM CARPET AND RUG Cleaning AA'orlcs do Ihelr work the best nnd cheapest. 718-20 S. 14th St. Tel. 655. U. S. O. Kuhn , manager ; Patrick Ward , foreman. MaDICAL. LADIESI CIHCHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYroyal - royal Pills ( diamond brand ) are the best ; wife , reliable ; take no other ; send 4c , stamps , for particulars , "Relief for Ladles , " In letter by leturn mall. At druggists. Chlchcster Chcm leal Co. , Philadelphia. Pn. GENTLEMEN : LOST MANHOOD , SEXUAI vigor , etc. . quickly lestored. Seven il.iya trial se'iled free. Dr. AVarren Co. , 1 Boston Aw. . Chicago , III. BUSINESS NOTICES. DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILA'ERED. 719 N. 18 49G HOTELS. AETNA HOUSE ( EUROPEAN ) . N. AV. COR. 13th and Dodge. Rooms by day or week. 479 DRhSSBIAKING. DRESSMAKING IN FAMILIES , 4301 Burdelte 503 J30" PAWNBROKERS. II. MAROW1TZ LOANS MONEY. 415 N. 16 ST 433 RAILWAY TIME CARD Leaves ( BURLINGTON & MO. RIVER.Arrives ( OimilmlUnion Depot , lOtli At llasun sts. | Omaha 10:15am Denver Express..7..T 9.10am 4bipm.lllk. : Hills , Mont. & 1'ujet Snd , Ex. 4U.pra : 4&pm Denver Expuss 4o5um : G:4 : ! > imi..Nebraska Local ( except Sunday , . 7:4.im : | t:15um..Llndoln : Loeul ( except Sunday.lljiout _ : tpin..Fast MulKlor Lincoln ) dully. . . . Leave. ! [ CHICAGO. BURLINGTON & Q.Arrives ( Omaha ] Union Depot , Ulh At Mason Sla.l Omaha 44opm ; Chicago A'estlbnle 950am ; BWam : Chicago Express 4U : | > m 7:50pm..Chicago and St. Louis Express. . SUMm Il:35am : I-aclllc Junction Local 5:30pm : Fusl Mall 2:4'pni : ' Leaves ( CHICAGO. MIL. & ST. PAUL.IArrlvcs OmahalUnlon Depot , 10th Ac Mason Sts. | Oniaha C.OOpm Chicago Limited 9.30dm ll:30urn : Chicago Express ( ex. Sun ) Leaves ( CHICAGO & NORTHXSESTN.Arrives ) OmahalUnlon Depot , 1-jth tft Mabon Sts.lOtnaha lG:4iam : Eastern Expn-ts 6:3upn : 4Mpm : ( A'e&tibuKd Limited ! i:2Jan : 655.im ! Mo. A'alley Ixical 10:3Jpn : 545pm ; Omaha Chicago b'peclul l:45pu : LcavcTTCHICAGO. K. "l. ' & PACIFU/TTATTUes / OiiialialUlilon Depot , 10th & Maaun Sls.j Omaha ' _ EAST. ll:00am..Atlantic : Express ( er. Sunday ) . . . 5:53nra : 6:2bpm. : . . ' NlRht Express 9:35am : 4:30pm..Chicago : A' < stlbuic-d Limited. . . . HJSpm AVEST. HT.1im 6COpln..Oklahoma : & Texas Ex ( ex Sun"lO:35nm ) l40pm ! Colorado Llml leii 4U'Jpm : I oveB I C . ST. P. . M. & O. ( Arrives J0mahopepot. ) 15th andAVebsler _ Sis. I Omaha 9:23am..Nebraska : Passenger ( dully ) , . . . Sipm : l:30pni..Sloux : City Kiurcua ( ex. riun..lltSum ) : 6:10pm : St. Paul Limited l'.i-3um ' Leaves"11 Fri E a MO. " VALLET ! .Arrives Omahal Depot , IMh anu AVehster tits. I Omaha 2:10pm.r : Fast M l ! ana E pr s 4pin : 2ilOpm.e.\ ( . ) Wjo. E.Mex. Moi. . . . . 4:5ipm : 9:05am..Norfolk : Express lex. Sunday.10:30am ) : 6:10pnr. : ± . . .6t. Paul Exprebs IQiICam Leaves"I K. C."ST. ' . " & O. B. JATfrlveiT OmahalUnlon Depot. 10th & MJson Sla.l Omaha 9 Mam..i..Kansas City Day U\prc'3j 5:3uum : _ : wpmiil > : _ C'NlBhtjax .VIaU. P. Tran. . 6:00am Leaves I MISSOURI 1'AclFIU ( Arrives OmahaUcpoi | _ , : jth and AVebsler Sts. _ | Omaha I0:40ati : . St. Louis nxnre-'s . 6OJara ; : :0pm . St. lxms Express . 0:0 : pm :3 : > pm . Nebraska Local ( ex. dun. ) . 9:00.im Leave'sT SIOUX CITY & "PACIFK5 ! J7\Triv7s vrnahKJepot | , Utli and AVebster Sis. fOm.ihn . . . . . . ! . Paul Limited . 10:35am : Leaves | SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC. lAnlvcs OmahalUnlon IJepot , 10th 4 MaeonSts. _ qmHlia _ 6Marr. : . . Sioux City Passenger . jTi'.fiorn t.3irm . St. Paul Llmlltd . I23ipm ; ' " " * Leaves' ! "UNION PACIFIC j An lie * jniaha ) | Union pepot. 10th & Mason Sis. I Omaha t.45atn. . . . .TKeainey Tlxpieia . 12.20pm 2:00ni : . Overland Flier . 6.31pm 2COim.Beat'ce : | & Slromtb'B Ex.fex. Run.lanpm 7:0m . Paollle Express . 10:2 : < im 6.43pm. . . . _ . . Fast Mall . 410pm ; 17 , \ArA"BASirRAlLWAY : jATrTver iirrah icJnlcn Uepot. 10th & Iason Sls.l Onmln 4:0pm. : . . . . . St. I ) u'.s Cannon Hall . 12:35nm : Khot and Kilted HIM 1'u rumour. CHAHLESTON. AV. Va. , Juno 29. A spe cial ( rom iUleigh Court Iloute , this state , says that John Smith , living near there , went to the houfo of John Cadle , vvhlb the latter was absent , and shot Mra. Smith BO badly that she died. The pair had bjeii Illicitly Intlirulc while Smith waa confined In the state prlpou , but upon hla return a few ( lays a ? ' his wife refus d to give up her relation ! with Cadle and was shutting the door in smith's ( ace , when be fired , killing her. ? A1R KEARNEY ON THE PLATO The Stnto Bloyolo Moot Promises to U'val the National nt Asbury 1'nrk. TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS IN PRZIS The Ilayilcn ltrotlicr of Tht lilty I.cuil tlic lUt A Oru.it Tr.ick 1 ho llncen Who Wilt llo 'there nml Other Mutter * nf Intercut. As the tinio Jipprouclics for tioMLiig tlic MR nnual meet ul the XebraMia illvl.'lon ot the League of American Wlicolnien tlio and ciitluislasin of tlio committees In of the various branches of the work U only xcecJcil by the Interest of the entire club Membership ami business men of the city and the local M. D.'H state that the poptil.ico s threatened with an epidemic that will culminate in a species of "Cyclo Madness" on Inly J when the l > lg bell calls the men outer or the "hottest novlca" race ever ridden on Vobraska soil , followed by nine class A anil six class I ) events with the best riders In the west lu competition. The Kearney Cycle and Park association desires to announce to the members of the Nebraska d'.vUlcn ' , League of American Wheelmen , and to the publlf at largo that the splendid upright Smith & Uarnes piano offered as the flrtt prlzo In the one mlle open class 1) Is , valued at an amount four times In excess of the limit for class H prize values , necessitating the special sanction of : ho League of American Wheelmen racing joard to contest for tame , and was donated by Messrs Hayilon Ilros. ' of Omaha. The wheelmen of Omaha are to bo congratulated upon the fact that they have In their city a llrm of such liberality as to contribute so largely to the success of the fifth annual meat ot the Nebraska division. On top cf this we credit The Omaha Ilee for "setting all the paca" with ? 2uO In gratuitous advertising In the Interest of the meet and In consequence league members and cyclists all over the state Hnd that popu lar expounder cf "all the news" as necessary to their dally life as n rub down Is to a "hot foot" In active training , ana H Is therefore the official organ of the Nebraska division of the League of American Wheelmen. Keirney recognizes , appreciates , and Is grateful for the well organized efforts of the league officials and the famous Omaha wheel clubs In booming the "fifth annual. " and In return we can nrs'iro you that every "sen of-i gun" from the nig City on the Missouri will bo welcomed with open arms and brass band music "geared to SI. " Bvon that wild band of "crank twisters" known from ocean to ocean as the "Googlcrs" of "O-me-nh" will be specially enter- tertalned by an organization created for that purpse and at their last meeting Mayor Brady was "present by request" ani pledged the boys that "all fines" would be remitted again this year , so "como on boys , " and bring all the "hot feet" you cm muster. While Omaha has been working on spee'al trains , special rates , organizing parties to rldo overland , giving "Kearney Meet Smok ers. " etc. , the balance of the ttato has not been asleep. The Oriental and the Ladles' Tourist Cycling clubs of Grand Island , two of the leading clubs In the state , have been working together l.n harmony to the end that their city will probably make the larg est showing ot any point In the Mate. They deserve and will have the admiration of the state for their good taste In adopting the rational blcomcr costume , and this , with the fact that their members are In every Instance women of marked beauty and high social position , compels Kearney to yield the palm and acknowledge that In one thing connected with cycling our neighbor city has thrown us down and Is walking all over us and yet we have some of the best women riders In this Plate.or any other state , and one In particular that can ride a half in 1:12 : , and the mile under 2:35. : It Is to bo regretted In this case that public sentiment IE unfavorable to women racing , as every Kcarnoylte would like to see our "star rider" open the eyes of the world , but there Is no probability that the young woman referred to would consent , so we will not be Justified In ever expecting It and will Ira content with the opinion that we have the fastest woman cyclist In this part of the country. It Is customary for race promoters to cir culate the Impression that their track Is "the only" fast track In the state , when the fact Is the track referred to Is In such con dltlon that It would "Jar a cow" to walk around on It , but our association , believing that an honest tale speeds best being plainly told , wU'hes to positively state that our track committee has been faithful to Its trust , and by hard work It has gained a victory over stubborn clay , shifting eands and rip pling waters , and by a successful combina tion of the three have produced a track that the national circuit chasers would pronouncr a "hot thing. " The clay and sand were easily obtalnsd , but the water was a "knocker , " and while we have had copious sho\yers , making the fields verdant with growing cereals , and giving every promise of a glorious crop , the amount of rainfall was not sufficient for puddling the track pur face , and something had to be done. The track , fortunately , Is situated on the line ot the Trank Improvement company's canal at a point one-half mlle south , which made It practicable to pipe the water Into a reservoir In the center of the track. A special wagon , fitted with an electric fifteen-horse power motor and pump , was constructed under the personal eupervlslon and at the expense of Augustus Frank , which forces the watsr through a line of hosa 500 feet In length , fitted with the new E. I ) Finch patent spray nozzle recently adoptci ! by the Kearney fire department , wettlnp down ths entire track every * morning In twenty minutes time. The night of the 3d the track and grounds will be thorough ! } wet down , laying every particle of dust , am ! thus adding to the pleasure and comfort of the guests and rider ; . Hayman Is already on the ground and In active training to the end that ho may make It as difficult as popslbln for the "other fellows" to lead him at the tape. He Is a hot favorite nnd Is said to have almost n "lead pipe cinch" on the * E > 0 gold brick offered by Morgan & Wright for the besl unpaced mlle during the meet on tires of their make. McCall , his team and clubmate , Is also here and Is getting In fine condition , shoving decided Improvement dally , which. If con tinue. ! , will give Grand Island and the Oriental club an excellent representation It all the class A events. Ilert C. Nlchol of Stromburg , winner o time nnd place prlzo In the fifteen-mile roac rnce nt that place on the 2r > th Inst. , wll arrive here tomorrow and we nro Informoi by his club that they will bs on hand to cirry him oft the track on their shoulders If he succeeds In doing what they anticipate he will do "to the championships. " "Big" Frank Tessler of Sutton , Ni > l > . . IP on the way to Kearney from the Ucalrlce round-up , where he had all kinds of Joy starting In by poking his big fist througl the hard skin on n II. & M. bagcagcman'F face for dropping n trunk on his "K. Spesh. ' and breaking the wood rim on hs ! > front wheel , and winding up with riding an ex hibition eighth In thirteen seconds : bt. It h nn established fact that Ti-ssler rode a mils and a half In 3.07 , and Suttonlten are look Ing forward to the championships with the expectancy of landing them In pplte of the hot competition bobbing up on all sides. Henry Jacobson of Hastings has been 01 the ground for ten days and In training rides well up with the best of the talent her ? In both A and n. and , although a pure novice he will carry Ills club colors over the tape and the Hastlngltes will not be sorry Ilia they are In the grandstand when he comes down the homo stretch. The neatrlco races showed up some new talent that will certainly cut sumo Ice at the meet , and II. C. Field , winner of the novice will be among the Ileatrlca entries. J. A. Dallcy , Jr. , of Lincoln , dltplayej boll gcod head and speed In the quarto- mile orei defeating a field of twelve , among whom wre Carter. Tesiler , Sabln , lianks and others Time , :31. : McDrlde of Lincoln lock the half ! ji 1:1 : and the mile In 2.27. Indicating a new ita for the clam A circle and eddlng to the dim culty of picking the winner of the gtat champloneh'ps. Kb Morkctt. the Line In "hot foot. " ha entered all the I ) events with a reriuru t be placed ou scratch In the handicap race t ndimting that ho Is In condition to meat he bc t talent on an equal tooting. Colling , ( ho Kearney boy , still continue * o use his Gardiner sprint on the good peopla f Colorado , much to their chagrin and dl - nonifort. Ho Is expected homo dally to neparo for the worU that Is before him. The Denver I'rackcrJ.icks will not arrlvo : oio until July 3 , coming In on the special rain of tlio licnvor Meet club. Tlio prize list * o far as completed , nmount- nK U > over K.OOO , compares favorably with ho National Meet prlzo Hit nt Asbury lUrk. On the morning of the Fourth the citizens' ommlttco hiuo arranged ( or n big celebration nd parade. Later comes the trial heats for he afternoon races. In the evening ( hero \lll bo tlio iiMinl grist of llro works nnd a nimmoth bicycle parade , closing the day's olllilcatlon by a grand round-np of Iho iunglors and similar organizations from other cities. The morning of the fifth will lie cccup'ctl jy it visit awheel to the Kearney Cotton nllU , where 300 operatives transform the raw material Into thread \\hlch Is woven Into cloth for the consumer , an operation which alone Is worth n thousand mile trip to sec. 'rom there tie | rldo will continue lo the I. f ) . WaUon colony , one of the lines. farm iropertles In the country , returning via the Unto Industrial school , where the entire > ody will bo photographed , returning from his point to the Cycle park to wltnc.i the rlil heats for the afternoon events. On the ivenlng of thin d.ito will ccour an Invitnt'on ' ull In honor ot cur guests , where the prl/.ei will be awarded and those not Inclined to 'trip the light fantastic" can use the tlmo irofltahly by n trip to the factory of the Cearney Cclo Manufacturing c'mpany , which s runn'ng ' day and night , making the famous 'Kearney wheels. " If yon have not the time , money or In clination to tnko In the Asbury I'ark meet ry Kearney , the "state meet city , " where your Identity will not bo obllluted In a nultltude of national celebrities. In a recent Issue of The Ilee was noticed a card relative to the necessity of H. K. [ 'rrdrlcksou sacrificing Mr position with Bomo firm for the purpose of preventing o- "ot of so-called racing men from forcing him nto class II. nnd In explanation wo deem t but justice to these so-called racing men lo state that Mr. F. Is and has been riding out of bis class for nearly a year , and ho lias not yet showed himself speedy enough : o make It worth while for his competitors I to protest him. For his Information wo would state that his position Is not altered by leaving tho" employ of the firm , and wo advise him to resume his Ir.tles at once instead ot waiting until after : ho state meet , as there Is no disposition to force him Into the class that ho should bo riding In. The class A men of Nebraski nro not afraid of the giant ; they only fear that ho ivlll go off to some little village nn a pot- luint Instead of coming to the division meet , where the competition will be dangerous. Wo agree with Fred that class II Is far too speedy for him and do not criticise his dc- erminntion to keep out of It , but In return for his uncalled for roast of the A men In this vicinity , prompted by his Imagination nnd a guilty conscience , wo will put forth our best efforts to make him agree with us that class A Is nisi too warm for his 209 riounds , and no doubt he will then petition j Chairman Oldcln to create a new class for- ) tila special benefit , where n man can bo fur- , nlshed a wheel , have his expenses paid and I recelvo a small salary without being forever haunted with that dreadful fear of being protested. Now , Freddy , don't get scared out ; come on down down to Kearney and rldo In the novice. We won't kick , but for the good of c } cling don't rush Into print every time you see Gideon's ax In youri troubled dreams with an article detrimental . to the Simon pures of the state. Wo have < be n good to you , Freddy , and It cuts us to ] Inive you reward oi r kindness thusly. llo | a good boy , train hard , eschew clgaroots i and keep out of print , K > that some day j you mav perchance to go up higher , even into the ranks of the Us. ' OUJt lt.tlL 'AY MAIL SKlll'lOR. OMAHA , Juno 29. To the Editor of Thn nee : I have been nn Interested reader ot i the articles appearing In your paper from tlmo | to time , urging changes In train and mall t service that would better serve the business Interests of our city nnd Its morning papers. During the discussion of this question It Jia been Intimated that the remedy was In jhe hands of the I'ostofllco department ana that * the local' ' officials of that department were not taking the Interest In the matter that they should. On this point It does not appear to be generally understood that the I'ostofilce department has no control what ever over train schedules , except those of fast mall trains , run for the exclusive use of the mall service. We simply have authority to make use of such trains as railroad com panies may eeo fit to run on schedules pre pared wholly by railroad officials. That wo are giving the best service possible under these conditions I think all will admit. This _ has been and Is now our constant study. I agree with you that It would Improve the service If railroad companies could be In duced to have certain trains leave Omaha considerably earlier In the day and our de partment has suggested this to the ofilclala of lines running In all directions from our city , and we hope that the suggestion will bo acted upon at an early day. Now a word for the railroads. I have It from the best authority that Iho earnings of one of the lines In our state during the year last past did not pay operating expenses by over $400,000 , to bay nothing of Interest on bonds , etc. This was the case to a greater or less degree with all lines , nnd under these conditions It was absolutely necessary from a business standpoint to reduce ex penses as much as possible. This meant re duction In train service , particularly on branch lines , and consequent reduction In mall facilities. H was a matter of great regret to tho. companies and to the officials of our serlvce that tach action was neces sary , but all branches of business have been under the same necessity and all are longing for the tlnio to come when Increased business will Justify Increased expenditures. I am sure that I can safely say that if our prorpects for an abundant crop arc realized ; we will have a train service and therefore a ; mall service of which we can Justly boast. I have always and always will use what ever Influence I may have for the Improve ment of tl.e mall tcrvlce In our state and 1C at any time I can be of service to the busi ness Interests of our city I will be glad to be called upon , but our work now must ba done by our business men with the railroad companies , for they only have the means to furnish better facilities. I notlca that a correspondent living be tween Omaha and Sioux City claims that ha receives Minneapolis morning papers on date of publication several hours In advance cf Omaha or Lincoln papers. A glance at train schedules shows thU to bo an Impossibility. yt this wilier Insists that It is true , ami that he can prove it by the date of the paper. I violate no confld-nce when I rx- plaln that for year * certain dalltei In Minne apolis have published what they term a "special mall edition , " going to press cer tainly not later that C o'clock the evening prcvloin to the date ot paper. That thin statement Is correct U ehown by the fart that a train carrying this edition leaves Minne apolis at 7:10 : p. m. One edition of their evening paper Is dated thead , and workcl oh on an unsuspecting public for a morning paper of the follov. Ing dace. That some of the public , cu-n In Nebraska , can bo work il. Is fchown by the fact that the writer mcntl.ned admits that In tak3 ths Minne apolis Morning ( ? ) Journal. The enterprlso of the Journal Is commendable. If Itt meth ods are not. W. C. VANDEIIVOOKT , Chief Clerk. -r-l - . - I'JIOPOSALS FOP. STATIONUItY. SUP- 1'IJKS AND FUUL FOU OMAHA. 1'UU- LIC SCHOOLS. Si-aluil prupupiil ! ! will bo received by the pecietary uf th Hoard ( if K.liuatlon up to und Including Morday , July 1st , IbK , at 5 p. m , for the lurriluhlng ot stationery , printed blankH , t-chool bupplles nnd fuel for thu fiscal year li&S and Ib'jtraid ; etalto cry , HUppllcH , fuel , itH. ! , to ho delivered as or dered hy the bounl. All bids must be ac companied by a certified clifek fur not less than J.VJ.OO , and nil bid l.-r * must rubmlt Hiinpli-s of the Htutivierv . uppllcH or fuel which they propuio to turnlth. The Hoard of UdiKutloii rcturvei the right to iiwunl the contracts In each department by tdngla Items dr.UKviuo | to the uuc- ceiwful bldderH. und the bmnl n'83 reserves the rlKht lo rejuU liny tr J l proposals pre sented. CIrujrn | of Information for the ituldanca ( f lilddrrx may be had at the olMcu of Ilia fcecrt'tury. All bld < ) thciitd be addroml It J. M. r.ljlun , urcretary U' ' nrd of Hlucatlon , City Hall , Omaha , and Hiould bo marked "Ui/1 for Stationery , " "Uids tor 1'rlntln ; . " etr.