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ntorniiiir nnil .Sumlax eilHIonx.
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liercil check , cnn ha\e nunncr * ail
ilrcxxeil to a iiuiiiheretl letter In rnrt
of The llee. AimticrN no nilitrciici
iMH he ilcll creil niioii iircnciitatloi
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tioril llrxt liiHcrtloni In n T on
iliercnfliT. Nothing taken for le
tliiin 2.1n for llrnt Insertion. Them.
iiilverllMciuciitN innxl he run cotmccii
lively.
SnTATIO.VH M'AM'ED.
WANTII > , iiv coLonni ) HOY o : rosr
tlon In Rood Clirlnllnn family ; to work nroum
tlm house , or nft nn n.'sl.ilnnt to irnvelln
unlrsnmn ; lo KO nhcml nml rncclvc K0a < l , IC.
l > c l of references furnltlieU , AiWrcM M '
llPA A M2OT 17 *
AVANTED MALE HELP.
V WANTED. A GOOD PHYSICIAN IN A OOOB
live town nn the Itcpubllein river. I'or l > ar
m tlcutaia nddic HOT C2 < ! , Lincoln. Nrli.
11-M2.10-M15' '
A i'iw KNnnonTicJ HI'STUNO MIN CAN
nnd utendv , profitable work with C. 1 "ilnn-
Co. , BW Bo. ICth xt. 11-M3C2-SI21
. ,
ccnernl otorr or mnnufncturlnK trnilc , to
Hrtt-clAss Bld linn ; no experience rcQ
TlioiKmpIro Oil Co. , Cleicland , O.
H MJn " " ; _
> TO IM PAID SAI.MSMUN KOll CIOAI18
experience iinnece ? ary ! extra Inducements lo
custmnerH. Illdhop A Kline , SI. LoillBj Mo.
*
GOOD. L1VI3 MEN WANTilD : ON SAI.AUY
In nice clean business. Call at 1C1S Douulnii.
BJ
_
WAMTCU-SALIIS-MKN TO BUM , OIOAUS TO
the trade , | V > .OJ to $1W.OO per montli nnd ex-
pi-nses. All nlandnid made nooils. The 1..1 pere
OlKnr Co. , I.npero Mich. 11-771-13 *
ouaANizcns romiiB i-iiATnnNAii UNION
the best order In existence.V. . M. Qulwlu
Dcp. Bupt. , Resident , Iloom 311 Knrlmch block
H-M802 A7
\VANTin , SALESMAN VISITING HAlimVAUi :
trndi' , tlnnciB nnd metal workers In NclminKa ,
to add Rttcl roollns , tnva troURh , etc. , n t
side line. Address L Cl , Omaha ll e.
n MjtS 18
WANTI.3D , Al STKNOOHAPHini ANU TYP13.
writer ; male ! must o n machine ; etale ex-
ptrlcnce nnd salary expected. Addicss M i ,
'nee. 11 M239 11
1VANTUD , ALL , MUN. WOMRN , HOYS AND
Ellis , Willing to work for J18.DO a wefk , s-nd
address to Howard Mfg. Co. , I'roNldenc ? . H. I
WANTnU. A MAN WGt.r , ACQUAINTED IN
the clly ; wlin hna linil experience In the nd-
\ertlslnf ( business , to sell advertising nuveltlcs ;
a Rood cponlns for the right man. Cull ot 114
Noith 15th pt. 11-S06 1C
SALCSMiiN. nviuvwHinu , TO TAKK on-
tlors tiy sntnple ; gooda sold on ciedlt ; bl ( ? pay ;
Bdmplra nnd special tcrrltorj' K\vn \ proper
nppllcants. Adihcsa I * . O. Uox 42i ) . New Yuri- -
City. U M27J II *
WANTED , MEN WHO WILL , WOTIK FOB $75
a month Bnlary or lar c commlHslon scltlni , ' '
Boods by sample to dealers ; experience un
necessary ! wrlto ui. Household bpcclalty Co. ,
71 W. 4th St. , Cincinnati. O.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED , AN KXI E1UENCED COOK ; MUST
be nent , steady and Industrious and rm\e goid
references ; no others need apply. Ilojin 20G ,
Omaha National HanU nidg. C M 809
WANTED , COOK AND LAUNDRESS FOR
email family. 2037 Dodge Bt. C M257 14
FOR RENT HOUSES.
HOUSES IN ALL. PARTS OP THE CITY. THE
O. P. Davla Company , 1503 Farnam. U 531
HOUSES , DENEWA & CO. , 10S N. 1BTH ST.
D-53J
MODERN HOUSES. C.A.STARR. 923 N.Y. LIFE
D 533
TOR RENT , NICE SOUTH FRONT. 8-ROOM
brick house , with all modern Improvements
nnd In first COFS condition. Inquire on prem
f ises , 2010 Half-Howard street. D-219
p HOUSES. WALLACE. DROWN IJLK. 1G & Doug
I D-BM
FOR RENT. HOUSES IN ALL , PARTS OF
the clly. llrennan-L.cne Co. , 430 I'axtnn block.
D M311-M2T
TOR RENT , 7-ROOM MODERN FLAT , L.ANOE
block. COO So. 13th St. D C7S A3
HOUSES FOR RENT , LiAROH LIST. FltOM
J5.00 up , McCaeue Imeotment Co. , 150G DmlKe.
TOR RENT. MODERN 9-ROOM HOUSn VITH
gas , furnace , bath , hJt nnd cold water , In uood
repair , situated In best residence nelBhborhood
In city. 220 South 3Sth a\enue , li block north
of Parnam. Enquire Home Investment Co. ,
S07 Puxton block. D M2IO 16
FOll RENT 1044 QEORoTA AVENUE , 13-ROOM
house. J. M. Slmernl , recel\er , 350 Hep bldir.
D 2C3
t
if rOR RKNT. 11-ROOM HOUSE. WITH ALL
modern conveniences. Inquire 1919 UodKe st.
D M2C3 19
TOR RUNT , IIRICK RESIDENCE
nt Uio soutlvnest corner 17tli and Douglas sis. ,
formerly the residence of the late H'nry
Pundt. Kspeclally suitable for olllce of ph > -
Blclana or dentlstH. Apply to the superintend
ent of the llco Uulldlner , room 103 , llei > Hldg.
D-272
EESIRA11LH 8 ROOM HOUSE , CENTRAL LO-
catlon. Apply 2610 Capitol avenue.
D-270 19 *
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
PLEASANT SUITE OP ROOMS , 1919 DODOE.
E-712
FURNISHED ROOMS AND HOARD
FURNISHED STEAM HEATED ROOMS. MOD-
cm conveniences ; board. C03 Bo. 13lh. F 535
NICE ROOM AND BOARD , } 4. 028 S."l9rII.
F S'2-MZO *
BOARD , PRIVATE FAMILY. 1914 FARNAM ,
JI.OO. r M2C1 15 *
ELEOANT ROOMS ; AVITH FIRST CLASS
board ; finest location In the city. IVabcxly resi
dence , 1SW9 Capitol nve. F M274 15 *
KLEOANT ROOMS , WITH FIRST-CLASS
board ; tlnest location In city. I'eatxidy resl-
ilt-nre. 11KX ) Capitol avenue. F M275 16 *
MIDLAND HOTI I COR. IC'TII AND ci 11 c AGO ,
American und European plnn ; steam heat and
baths , oil modem Improvements ; rales leiHon-
able , F M335
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
C UNFURNISHED CHAMUERS FOR HOUSEkeeping -
keeping , man and wife ; water In kitchen ; steel
ilnkj waste pipe. 319 N. 17lli. Q M61J
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT. TlIE 4-STORY HRICIC IIUILDINQ
at 910 Knnmm l. This building has a lire-
proof cement basement , complete steam heat-
Ini ; fixtures , wattr nn all floors , eas , etc. Apply -
ply at the olllce oj JThe Hee. 1-910
FIRST-CLASS URIC1C HTORE BUILDING ; 1011
Farnam ; three stories and basdment ; will alter
to suit tenant ; low rent , 314 First National
Hank building. I-M635
AfiE.Vl'S WANTED.
lAOENTS. { WOO WEEKLY SALARY TO RIGHT
patties ; lltlluork ; a anup for Home one ; iu
nclirme ; falluru Impossible ; write for mi.'clnl
propooltlon. Ixx'k liux M08. Uisloii , Maes.
J-M270 1C *
WANTED. TWO ( IIJNKKAI , AQENTS ; WOMEN
prefi-ned ; iUm > local ucentv. Corset WotkH ,
Ann Arbor , Mich. J-M277 14 *
WANTED TO RENT.
OMAHA ALL lUailT-STRANOERS COMING
In. List houses for rent with J. II. 1'ar-
rotte. ICIh and IXidce. K M730 31
WANTED. TO RENT. DESK ROOM IN bF.
floe , whom parly can Imve u < o of leletihone ,
Addrras M t. lle.i. K-MJil 14 *
STORAGE.
BTORAQE , FRANK EWERS , 1114 HARNEY
M-537
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
PACIFIC BTORAOI3 AND WAREHOUSE CO. ,
1WS-SI10 Jonea. Ueneral etornte nnd funrarJlnc.
WANTED-TO IIVX.
JIOUS1J OF T ROOMS. FULlTLOT. MOD El IN
tmprovemtnta. well built , flret-i'luxi condition ,
uiid within Zli inllca n rlh or norlli-wrait ol
jwatollkio. joe catli , | 1& monthl ) , E per cent Int.
P , Html * , I'axton Hlk. N4
CLASS UPRIGHT PIANO AND
double carriage ; : uond hand. ACdicm : j
Ca H slrtct. N-Mt501i ( *
_ *
A GOOD DARN ; CALL AT BTOItE , 701150.
Utb at. W lkr' ( ateam De Work. ,
N-2CS-W *
WAXTt'.D TO RL'V.
( C'ontlnutd. )
GOOD I'llOrnilTY AND CASH TOtl WOll'
team. Imrnexs and wagon. Call A. 1'ert * . , Sit
nnd Vlnton sts. N-254-13 *
SND-11AND FURNITUnn. IIROWN'S , 162 fi.
N-5.M
HULti t'A'iS fARlt TOR HErONn-HANl ) 1'fR
nlture. 'Plume 1573 ; 1315 Capitol avenue.
N-23 19
_ _
11AKERY IN OMAtIA ; WITH (1OOU THAU
nnd ontrnl locntlon. Addnui llox 754. Nor
f jllc. Nell. N M2iS 17 *
GOOD FIItn-PROOF"aAFE ; STATE l/WES
prlciAddrena M 3 , lice. N M2S ! 1C
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SEED 8WK1VT POTATOES. VINHI.ESS. FREI
Iheo. Wllllamn , IleiiMcn. Neb. Q-MITO-MIS *
REST HARDWOOD HOO AND CHICKEN
fcnr < ! . Also "nil wire. " C. H. Lee , 901 Douglns
FOR HALE , ANTlRl.Y' NEW SET Ol
bar fixture * , \ery CIIMU. Address P O. IVx
751 , Columbia , Neb. Q-M7 4 19
FOR SALElALtj HArnOLiiR TOl' IJESIC ,
Hammond Oppwillpf nnd desk , L-ltcr file
cabinet , two intuiting c.mlis ; all Hut cln s
Mr. Iwls , 425 Kamgp block. QMS1J
_
nnos op FINI : IIRED aAME cnn'KENs
1706 So. 6th Pt. Q-M2r 14 *
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MRS. DR. II , WARREN. CLAIRVOYANT , RE
liable lAislncss raedlumj Sth } ear at 119 N. 16th
S 541
MASSAGE , MATHS , 18TO.
MADAME SMITH , 1522 DOUGLAS STREET
2d floor , room 11 ; massage , stcnin , alcohol an
sutpherlne bnths. T f'788 14 *
MMH. AMES , FORMERLY OF ST. LOU19. MAS
sage and baths. 507 8. 13th St. , 2d floor , room 11
T-M787 AT
MADAME LEON , MASSAGE PARLORS , REST
ful and refreshing. 41 ? B. llth sir. , upstnlts.
T MSCO II *
PERSONAL.
IJATHS , MASSAGE. MME. POST , 219't S. 15TH
U-612
FINE LIVERY RIGS CHEAP. ED 11AUMLEY
17lh and St. Maiy's avenue. Telephone , 440.
U 543
MISS VAN VALKENlltlRGH. DESTROYS PER
manently by clcctrlcly superfluous hair , moles
\\nrts , etc. Room 410 , N. Y. Life bldg.U
U -541
CORSETS MADE TO ORDER ; WRITE FOll
measure direction * . 1909 Farnam. llelle Kp
pcily Comet Co. U-MI78-M28 *
PRIVATE HOME FOR LADIES HEFORE AND
duilnc confinement ; bnblei adopted or cnrei
for ; termreasonable. . 5312 N. 23th nvc. . cor
Fort Bt. , Omaha. M 733-13 *
MISS MASON'S DRE&SMAKINO .SCHOOL , R
421. Hee bulldlnR. U M702 A4 *
VIAVI-A HOME TREATMENT FOR UTERINF
, ti-oubles. Phlclan In attendance. Ctnaulti
tlon or health b-.ok free. 310 Dec lllJfi.U
U 343
THE PALACE BEAUTII'UL HAIRDRESSING
and manicuring nnd complexion pallors. 161
DouKlas st. , Omaha. U MS03 A9 *
PERSONAL YOUNG' MAN WISHES YOUNG
lady cone pendent : brunette , 1 kins c > cllnir ,
boatlntf. etc. . preferred. Address A. IlnrHs ,
llox 3 , Fort Shermin. Idaho. U M238 13 *
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
ANTHONY LOAN AND TRUST CO. , 31S N. Y.
Life. Lo.ins at low rates for choice security In
Nebraska & Iowa farms or Omaha clt > property.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE
O. F. Davis Co. , 1505 Fainnm St. W 517
6 PER CENT MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA
real estate & Neb. farms. W. II. Sfelkle , Omaha.
W 545
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Drcnnan , Love & Co. , I'axton blk.
W 549
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR. 023 N. Y. LIFE.
W 530
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property. W. Fainam Smith & Co. . 1320 Farnam.
W 531
FARM I.OAN3 , DOUGLAS AND SARPY , 1 TO
10 yeara ; low rates. Garvln Bros. . 210 N. Y. L
, W 552
OEO. P. BEMIS , LOANS , PAXTON BLOCK.
W 939
FROM J100.00 UP. F. D. WEAD , ICth & Douglas.
W 293-M1C
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property nt B , 5'S , 0 nnd Cll per cent. Pusey &
Thomas , room 207 , First National Bank bid ; ; .
W 293
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS ,
horses , wagons , etc. , at lowest intcs in city ;
no remotal of goods : strictly confidential ; > ou
can pay the loan oil at any time or In any
amount.
amount.OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. ,
300 S. ICth st.
X 553
MONEY TO LOAN. 30 , CO , SO DAYS : FURNI-
lure , pianos , etc. Duff Green , room 8 , Batker blk.
X 551
RUSINRSS CHANCES.
CRIPPLE CREEK GOLD STOCKS , SAFE AND
sure : $5 and upwunls Invented often brings
fabulous and quick returns by placing your
orders with the Van Buren Investment Co.
( Incorporated ) , bankers nnil brokers. SOS 16th si. ,
Denver. Colo. Y 551 ;
ONE OF THE BEST SA1XDONS IN THE CITY ;
must sell on account ot f'cknesj. Address P. O.
Box 813. West Point , Neb. Y M194
COAL AND FEED BUSINESS ; GOOD TRADE :
have other business ; Investigate. Address L 4 ,
Bee. Y M336 M27
FOR SALE , ABOUT 2.000 LBS. MINION TYPE.
700 Ibs. acate , CO ) Ibs. brevier tjpe , 150 pair
two-third typo eases , 40 double Iron stands for
two-thirds cases. This material was used on
The Omaha Bee , nnd la In fairly good condi
tion. Will be sold cheap In bulk or In quantities
o suit purchasers. Apply In person or by mall to
tha BPP Publishing On. . Omaha. Neb. Yy ? "
FOR SALK OR TRADE. A STOCK O1 CROCKery -
ery , Klnssware nnd tln nre In this - ! ' . ; . nt a
bargain. Will Invo'ce ' about Jl.OOO. Addio s
601 , North 16th BtreeU Y 215-13
> oo.oo CASH BUYS'A THREE-CHAIR HARDER
shop , bath loom and building In the best Irri
gated country In Nebraska ; good business lo
cntlon nnd town : population 1,8 ; corns and
look nt It or address Lock Box 90 Lexington ,
Neb. Y M20 16 *
ARE YOU OUT OP BUSINESS ? IF SO , COME
nnd nee the "Automatic Clerk. " olllce. Ill ,
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. , 10th and Farnam ,
Y-M205 17 *
FOR EXCHANGE.
TO OWNBRS-HAVR YOU A SEVEN-ROOM
modern house In West Des Molnes tn ex
change for Omuha vacant lots and cash ? Write
C. n. Taylor , care of W , S , Ex. Co. . Des
Mollies , la. /-M280 13
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
*
IAROAINS. SALU OR TRADE , IN CITY PROP ,
ertles and farms. Jno. N. Ftenzer , opp. 1 * . O.
RE 536
_ _ _
1EO. P. L1E.MI3. IOU8KS. LOTS. IRRIGATED
fnrm land * , loans. 305 and 306 Paxten block.
RE 537
ABSTRACTS. THE BYRON REED COMPANY
RB-553
OR SALE HANN'B PARK. GRAND ISLAND ,
Neb. , the largest and most beautiful park In
central Nebrr.hka , containing 20 acres , large
hall , with atago and all modern Improvements ;
le ma tery llbeial , For imttlrularn Inquire of
Henry Hann , Grand Island , Nrb.
. *
_ RE-Mt53.M15
, I8T REAL KSTATn AND RKNTAL PROP-
trty with Jones , Crounee block. Omaha.
HE M315-M27
roil BALK OR LEASE. LAROL FRAME
warehouse ; at Douglas strict and B tt M. track.
For parllrulnrs , address or call on R. B. Bunch ,
1014 Douglas direct. RE M21I 15
BICYCLES.
BICYCLE CO. , BEST PLACE TO BUY
blocles ; blp ce | repaired , 323 N , IClh st. 5C6
VEST.NHCY'CLE" & * OUN cbT. 2if6 cuTnNa
Bt. > Vo sell tux 0) ' ! > q model * for $53.00. 5SiJ
IUILDINQ AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.
QHARE8 IN MUTUAL U & B. ASJ'N PAY
6. 7 , 8 per cent when 1 , I , 3 > ear old ; ulway >
redeemable. 1704 Farnam St. , Nattlnuer , > ecl
5M
lOW'TO GET A HOMI OIl SECURE .UOO1J
Interest on savings. Apply to Otnaha L. & II
Asa'n , 1704 Farnam. G. M. Nuttlng rf tec.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
V. C. VAN BANT'8 SCHOOL , 5U N. V. LIFE.
DANC1NU.
dORAND'8 SCHOOL , LAST THRU. BEGINS
hla wtelc. Private leaaotu. Coll. Alwaya open.
7J7-A6
PATRO.VI7.IJ HOME INDUSTRY.
TUB AL AY8 HELIABLn HAIINESS SHo7'
of Joufpli Lnndhocfner , mannitcd by lh oldest
practical * addl r and n rne msker of Omniia ,
U noir tiicAlpd nt 523 Po. ISIh * t , corner Jack-
ton All kinds of home-mnda and factory
( rxids on hand , to suit cuilomer * . Repairing
pr trptly atlfnded 11 Atiirutt llohno , Man itr ,
in So. 13lh tt. corner Jnrk on. 481 Mil
MUS1T , ART AND LANOUAGK.
onoRan" . OELLENBECK" BANJO AND
gulmr teacher. 1815 Chicago st. 109
NEW SCAl7n KiMBALL PIANO , 175 ; NEW
pianos rented. William II. Schmollcr , fifth
Moor , McCnsuo building. M792 14 * _
\ \VANTiir" : NO "iriioLAiia. BY COMI'E-
tent lady teacher ; 50c le n. Aditrcs * M R , Bee.
C MM4 15 *
LOST.
LOST , DIAMOND BROOCH , BETWEEN
Didse nnd l.nngilon Court , In the neighborhood
of 21th nnd 1'Htnam ct * . By letnrnlng snmo
finder will receive Bullabl ; reward nt Boston
Sloro. Loit 271'
UPHOLSTERING FURNITURE.
FURNITURE PACKED. MATTRESSES , MADE
nnd lenotnteil , window cushions made ; pilccj
reduced. M. S. Walklln , 2111 Cumlng. Tel. 1.131.
. 561
I'AWNIIROICERS.
H. MAROWITZ LOANS MONEY. 41S N. 16 ST ,
IK
FINANCIAL.
PERHONAL-ir THE GENTLEMAN AVHC
told his companion on the train that ho wouli
buy 10,000 bushels of wheat If he knew hov
lo gq about It will write to C. F. Van Wlnkl
ft CA , R. 59 , 232 Lft Sallo St. , C.ilcngo , 11 ,
will recehe n copy of HIP book , "Specula
lion and How tn Trndc" free nf rlinrff" .
IVANTID TI > RORROW.
WANT TO BORROW 13,000.00 FOR TIIRE.
years , on old nnd well eclnbllshed business
worth 2,000. . Address Ixick Box W2. Blair ,
Neb. M 2S3 18 *
DERMATOLOGY.
ITCHING BCALP.Fall-
Ing Ilnlr.all bkln nnd
Pcalp Dlacasoa. Iwcniy yccrs' experience.
JOHN \VOOD11URY , 17 W. 42d bU , N. Y.
Branches : Iloston , I'lilhu.Ht , Ixjuls , ChlcitRO.
150 p. book on Ileauty & Dormatoloey. lor a stamp.
LKlUOIl TRAFFIC IX NEW YORK.
Pro\lHlo > iH of the IO\elMe Bill PIIVNCI
hy the Slnte LfKlNlntiire.
The bill rcgiilatliiB liquor traffic In Ncv
York state , which was passed by the legts
lature and sent to the governor for final
action , last Thursday , repeals all cxlstlni
laws on the subject and places regulation am
control of the traffic In the hands of th
state. Following are the principal pro
visions of the measure :
Abolishes all excise boards on April 30
next.
Creates In place of them an excise com
mlssloncr at Albany at a salary of ? 5,000
deputy at $4,000 ; secretary and flnancla
clerk and necessary clerical assistance.
Allows the appointment by the commls
slcner ot a special deputy for New York
City at a salary of $4,000 ; one for Brooklyn
at $3,000 , one f.cr Buffalo at $2,000 , sixty col
lectors , to bo chosen at large , each to be
paid $ -1,200 per annum. Expenses for all.
Provides that these collectors s-lmll b' '
looked upon as confidential agents and thus
relieved from civil service examinations.
Terminates all licenses noIn existence
whether renewed or not on June 30 , and
gives the holder of a license extending be.
yond that time the right to recover from the
city , village or town such proportion of the
tax paid by him as Is represented by the time
his license Is curtailed.
Gives one-third of the net revenues col
lected to the state , and two-thirds to the
counties.
Allowa county treasurers , except In coun
ties containing cities of the first class , fees
ranging from 1 per cent to 3 per cent , the
'alter In country districts.
Prohibits all-night licenses , ami the sale
of liquor on Sunday , except In hotels v\lth
meals or in rooms occupied by guests. This
prohibition extends to clubs.
Forbids free lunches being served.
Allows local option In towns only , and
not In cltleo.
Compels posting liquor licenses In win-
dons of saloons.
Prohibits saloons within 200 feet of a
church or school , and within 200 feet of
homes occupied ebccJuslvely as dwellings
unless with consent of two-thirds of prop
erty owners.
Allows courts to review applications for
Icenses , also petitions for revocation of
Iccnses.
Hotels must have at least ten rooms for
accommodation of guests to be rated a : ,
lotcls.
Makes only four grades of licenses ; a first
clara one , embracing saloons , clubs and
every place where liquor Is sold at retail
to bo drunk on the premises , except drug
stores.
A second grade for storekeepers only , for
Iquor to be sold In quantities of not I wo
han five gallons , not to bo drunk on prem-
SS3.
Third grade , for drug stores , to be sold
only on prescription and not. to be dupli
cated. No person can get moro than ono
such prescription died In twenty-four hours.
Fourth grade , for steamboats or cars when
n transit only.
Every dealer must give a bond for twice
ho amount of the license fee ; $1,600 In
New York , $ X,300 In Brooklyn and $1,000
n other cities , but not lees than $500 In
any place.
Bondsmen forfeit their money If there Is
gambling en the premises , or the proprietor
> ermlts "such premises to become dlaor-
lerly ; " If any dealer or any employe of lib
ells to a minor , an Intoxicated person , an
labltual drunkard or any perion to whom be
ms been forbidden to fell , or If he sells In
Ilegal hours which are the hours cf Sundiy
nd betwoan 1 and G a. in. on week days or
iellu adulterated liquor , or sells any liquor
vlthln 200 yards of a fair , or permits any girl
or woman , ( other than a member of his
amlly ) to sell liquor , or If ho hao his door
or entrance cpen , or even unlocked , from
trect , alley or adjoining premises , during
unlawful houru , or has during these hours a
urtaln , rcrcen or blind or opaque glass In
i < 9 windows. In addition the penalty la $500
flno or ono year's Imprisonment , or both , ami
he fcrfeituro of the money which lie hao
> ald In satisfaction of his liquor tax. His
lolatlon , therefore , will cost him and his
mndsmon In Now York $1COO plus $500 plus
SOO $2,000 ; In other cities less , accordingly ,
jut not to bo below $1,000 ; and his right for
Ivo yearu to engage In the business , besides ,
n an extreme case , ono year In prison. Nor
an ho hide behind his bartenders. The c'n-
Ictlons of "clerks , agents , employes or
ervants" will forfeit his certificate.
There are the rates In the various cities
nd villages : Now York , first class , hotel
eutaurunts , en loon , store , or club , $800 ; store-
ecpcre * license , $500 ; druggists , $100 ,
Brooklyn , llr&t class , $ G50 ; ' second , $400 ;
hlrd , $75.
Albany , Buffalo , Hochester , Syracuse , Troy ,
rtt , $500 ; scnd , $300 ; third , $50.
The rate In smaller cities ranges from $350
o $100 , for first class , the latter being the
ilnlmum.
Hyiiothelleiil Tract 'n Kentucky.
John James Ingalls , . : o Kansas orator ,
nco bought n farm at long range , says the
Courier-Journal , and when be went to In-
pect It found that It was In the bed of the
illisisslppl very low , and with no hope of
ecovery.
Two Now York men , however , are In a still
verse fix than the fretful porcupine of Kan
sas. Not long ago II. J. Jones and J , T.
.ainar of Syracuse purchased n hypothetical
00,000 acres of Kentucky , located In John-
on county. They got It at a great bar-
* an ! caught tbo seller In a pinch as they
liought , though subsequent developments do
ot bear out this Idea. As soon us the
ransfcr was made the New Yorkers came tn
Ccntucky to Inspect their purchase , A
althful search has failed to reveal any part
f It anywhere on earth or In the heaven ?
bove or In the waters on or under the
arth , In fact , the only plnco where they .
lava zeSn any trace of the land la In the
arge and enticing map which the teller ex-
itblted In tnak'ng the sale , which he was "
clnil enough to g vo them along with tbo deed
o the mythical land , They have nothing
osa to show for the good money they gave
o the man In a pinch and will try to get
ellef through the United States courts.
Promptness U a commendable virtue ,
'nut's why wo offer you Ono Minute Cough
uro. It IB prompt In relief and prompt
a curing. That U what It la made for.
MODJESKA'S FOREST OF ARDEN
PiotnrcsquoHotilo of the Qrcat Actress in
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, California ,
BEAUTIES OF A MOUNTAIN RETREAT
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Whore * tlio Toitcrlim : 1'enUn of the
.Sun Gniirlcp HIIIIKP Cunt Their
Shnitow 'I lie ArtlJiI'M Den mill
Hot
Mine. Helena Modjeska , who hns ,
many times In the last few weeks that this
Is her last reason on the stage , will retire
next June to ono of the most picturesque and
unique homes In southern California. The
distinguished artist recently wrote to a ranch
friend In Los Angeles county that In all her
travels nt home and abroad In the last few
yeara neither she nor her husband ( tbo
Count llorenta ) know any spot so charming
to their eyes and tastes no rtielr simple homo
amid the towering rugged peaks nnd deep
cleft canyons of the San Gabriel mountains.
" \Ve count the \\eeks , " she wrote , "until we
shall set foot once moro ui our own unique
Forest of Arden , ' at the head of old Santi
ago canj'on , and know that we may abldu
there as IOIIR as we remain on earth. "
Among the multitude of tourists who go
to southern California every winter , cays
the Chicago Tribune , there 1s always more
curiosity to ECO the home of Mme. Modjeska
than to visit almost any other spot In this
land c fruits nnd flowers. But not ono
tourist or pleasure psekcr la n hundred In
southern California ever gets so much us n
glimpse of the actress' nome place. The
madame s ranch ( tor that Is what she ami her
husband Insist It shall be- called ) Is altuated
In the heart of the wildest and most rugged
Paf' ' . of the coast range of mountains that
skirt the eastern border of Los Angeles and
Orange counties. Wlicn the site for the
homo and a ranch was chosen , some twenty
years ago , there was hardly a locality In the
mountains so little visited by human beings
in previous yeara as this.
The few ranch settlers In the valleys
below and along the sea coast In these days
thought Mrs. Bozenta ( as oho was known
among the farmers for several years after
she came to live In California nnd before she
went upon the American stage ) , and her
Jolly , hospitable husband were fit subjects
for an asylum , because-they passed over
thousands of fertile and watered acres , and
went deliberately up at the head of the rock
iest , longest canyon In oouthern California ,
und selected a home site among 10,000
bowlders , twenty miles from nowhere. The
old ranchmen shook their heads , and said
It was a blowed pity that that handsome
tall Polish woman and her little dark hus
band from Europe should go away up on
thp poorest soil of the whole of Los Angeles
county and try ranching.
The Modjeska ranch Is known by Its
owncru and their friends as "The Forest of
Arden. " The name was chosen by the actress
In memory of her favorite dramatic charac
ter , nosalind. The spot lies twenty-one
miles from Santa Ana , twenty-seven miles
southwest from Pomona , and seventeen miles
Trom the nearest' railroad station. El Toro.
Here Mme. Modjeska nnd her husband and a
tew friends spend the long summer vaca
tions. Hero she ! came to find a home In
the early ' 70s , when fleeing from political
persecution In lidr native Poinnd. nnd here
she has alwass declared would bo her per
manent abode when she bade farewell to the
stage. , . i
DRIVE TO THE HANCH.
The drive ? to ( he "Forest of Arden" Ib
ono of the most entrancing of the many of
that sort In' southern California. It Is over
A smooth and hafd road In some places , and
gravelly In Tubers. It leads past thousands
of acres of hvavllig barley , through thickly
ilanted orchards of oranges and lemons ,
across great' ' fields of popples , marguerites ,
and blue-eyed daisies , now In the shade of
spreading live oak's centuries old , and tower-
ng eucalyptus , "and out across ragged
washes and -ambiig tracts of ohrubs , until
the foothllls"nro reached. " There the road
way becomes 'suddenly "picturesque and ro-
nantlc. It Is aboilt ten miles further on. to
Modjeska's home , and the route Is through
Santiago canyon. A good part of the way Is
on the Count Bozenta's private estate , and
with skill and taste that only ardent lovers
of nature possess , he had creitcd a road
way that Is alluring at almost every foot
of the way. Only the sternest necessity and
the most commandatory orders of the engi
neers have canoed any disturbance of the
ways and works of nature through the
canyon. Wide detours have been made to
avoid the hewing down of vigorous gnarled
old monarchs of the forest of live oaks ,
little ruutlc bridges have been built to span
the restless , noisy canyon stream , while , to
save excavation from the mountain sides ,
giant bowlders , coated with various hued
lie' ens , huve remained untouched all along
the way. The road winds slowly up the
canyon to the , ranch homo. ,
For a mile' the way Is canopied over by
nycamores and tall , heavy shrubbery. Just
as they have grown there for ages. Mos y
banks are- pawed at the sides of the turbu
lent little stream , and through the opening
In the copse the undulating ground Is seen
carpeted with a rolling , wavlnp mass of bluebells -
bolls , wild violets and goluen eschscholtzlas.
Up nbovo all and rimming the low walla of
the canyon overhanging boughs of massive
trees add their fresh grcon to this scene of
natural beauty. The sun trifles with the
fiutterlns.follagc , playing hide and seek amid
the loaves. The fresh scent of wild herbs f
nnd flowers from the adjacent lazy mountain
slopes in the fresh morning sunshine conies
to the nostrllo , and the fluty notes of flocks
of meadow Iflrka or the twittering of hun
dreds of wrens In the chaparral enhance the
pleasures of the drive.
An hour has been spent In the canyon ride.
The road turns abruptly past two mammoth
bowlders and n heavy thicket , nnd the homo
of Mine. Modjet'ka comes Into full view.
The house Is of wood , onou > ry , broad and
deep , pslnted In white , modest , cozy , But , I
0 ! what artletlc arrangement. The very
house and the. outbuildings are blended In
the landscape , and the beauty of the low ,
rambling white house amid a shade of
clouely cropped lawns of blue grass , beds of
luxuriant flowers of every hue , climbing
vines about the pjazzas and trellises , the
walks and driveways as smooth as asphalt
that curve In and out of the lawns and
flowerbeds , Is difficult to toll. Hearing their
shaggy sides away up 2,000 or 3,000. feet
above this homo scene are the peaks , adding
their qualities of repose and calmness to the
landscape. And this is Modjoska's "Forest
of Ardon. "
INTERIOR OF THE "BUNGALOW. "
The bungalow that Is what Count Bo-
zenta says Vttcf rjbuso Is was built under
the supervision of the count and the madame
amo about fell' ' years ago. It was planned
by an architectural friend , who gave much
study towaftl i making complete harmony
between his 'building ' : . ! " , r.t > wild mountain
scenery. Tl/enr / 'fare ' in the nouse eleven
rooms. Mosti of * them ars comparatively
small , but the living rooms have been built
on generous pattern. The windows are tall
and wide. < In boveral rooms they are of
French style and open out upon broad veran
das. Hammocks , mwnlngs , big porch chairs
nnd Inviting ) rccwreos abound. The dining
room IB the largest apartment In the house.
It Is lighted on t.wo aides and 1ms a huge :
brick chimney and/ mantel across one corner ,
a deep scat- about a recessed window of
diamond shapes awl colored panes of glass.
The furniture ; Is.xtf very heavy oak and embossed - ;
bossed leather. 4bout the walls are pictures
In oil and water coloiw , for Count Uozcnta
avert that his" weakness Is for pictures In
color. Ho hai 'liopnles In art of his capture
In every city In Europe all over the house.
There Is a quantity of brlc-n-brac on the
dining room walls quaint swords , ancient
cutlasses , crude battle axes , and historic
Javelins , short knives and rcablards , Some
have been tbo property of famous actors and
actresses , and have a little story connected
with them.
Of course , every ono wants to know all
about Mine. Mcdjeska's own part of the
house her den , her workshop , If you please , ;
.vhe.ro ohe rolgns In autocratic supremacy
where ebe otudled and prepared those char
acters that have thrilled and delighted
"ountlcss hundreds * of people , and where
her Individuality haa been shown In the :
decoration and arrangement. Mme. Mod-
jeska'a "den" U the library of the bungalow.
It lu some elxtccn feet square , It hag a , -
trtple-mullloned window locking up amid the
verbrancalng oaks , and a long French win
dow that opens upon a perch shut In by
Ivy and other vl&ea. , and Itjku out ncior.
the lawns and bed * of heliotrope , popples '
and roses. There U a wealth of bric-a-brac
on nil Miles In the "den. " Engraving *
etchings , fketchos , Aiul light water colors
hang in ovefv possible ipot on the' wnlla ,
and rugs of Indian , Atablan nnd Turkish
handicraft lie In etudlcil negligence wpoa
the polished floor. At one olJc stands a
htigo stone fireplace , with neavy bmss
an.l'rons ' on the iiearlh. Pour oaH and
mahogany bookcases are arranged litre
and thorp Near the window Is a
licsvr table. This is madatne's work able
and. close to It Is her favorite deop-Mitcil ,
leilhcr-covrred cosy chair , TliTe nre books
of plays in paper and In covers , nrtul volumes
with colored pictures of costunus nntl irtntjo
nettings , and serap-booKn of dramatic criti
cisms nnd theatric .il I'vonto on the table ,
under the table , on lh ttoiif. mnntnl anil on
the floor. " The most v.iluod article of brlc-a-
brae at the "For < vt of Arclon" Is a little
black-colored lea table with brass legs , In
one of the quaint corners of the library. It
Is known to have been used In London in the
tlmo of Queen Elizabeth , nnd was prujontt-d
to Count Bozcnta by Joseph Jefferson. A
beautiful miniature on porcelain ot Marie
Antoinette hangs on the wall.
In the little sitting or assembly room at
the-front of the bungalow there IB an ovl-
dent xloslre to avoid conventionality. I3asy
chairs nro In profusion , nnd a bit ; Wcdgowood
tobacco Jar , with convenient clfrarot papery ,
stands on a table. A piano , zither , harp ,
violin , cornet , nnd banjo occupy ono coriier
In the apartment. The walls lire lined with
pictures In oil , crayon , and engravings , and
In all sizes and variety of framing. They
have been gathered by Mme. MoJJcska and
her husband In Parts. London , Brussels ,
Cracow , Moscow and Ilcrlln , and the de
lightful hoots never tire In telling thslr
friends the llttto stories and historic at
tached to each of the art treasures ,
FOREST OF AUUHN.
The domain of the "Forest of Arden" com
prises about 2,000 acres , but less than seventy
acres haa any cultivation to speak of , The
location was chosen after much travel and
olght-pcelng , because of Its mountains , the
great trees and rocks , and the rugged
scenery on every hand. The grounds about
the house occupy over two acres , and about
one-half of this Is most beautifully orna
mented under the labor of the. gardener and
the joint direction of Mme. Modjeska and the
Count Uozenta. It took several summer
seasons to create what was doslred. Scat
tered about the wide sweep of lawns are
arbors of Jasmlno , honeysuckle and Ivy gera
nium , trellises of blossoming peas and Eng
lish Ivy. There are rustic scats and shady
no oks bythe _ dozen under the trees and behind
'
hind rock's and bcsldo terraces. There , are
rockeries of wild flowers , fountains and little
pools , hotbeds , cactus beds and clumps ot
tropical flowers galore. Palms by the dozen
nnd banana trees by the half-dozen rear
themselves In tropical form from daisies In
the closely cropped lawns. Orange and
lemon trees grow hero and there about the
rar.ch. Mmo. Modjeska has the true Cali
fornia love for roses. Over 100 distinct and
different varieties blossom about her homo
every year. Roues are trained up the side
of the "bungalow ; " others are twined about
the trees ; others , In the form of rose trees ,
are planted In sinuous rows along the edge
of the driveways ; and others form a floral
medley all about the vegetable garden.
The practical woik of ranching that Mme
Modjcska personally engages In Is the hen
yard and among the domestic animals. None
ono ever had moro devotion to dumb beast
and fowl. When at home on a long summe
vacation , after months of theaters , hotels
railroads , Mme. Modjeaka's greatest com
fort Is In her hen yards , among her horses
and with her prize cow. Every day sh
visits her hens and chickens , watches will
eager Interest the development ot each nev
brood of chicks , carries tempting sweetmeat
to her saddle ponies and calls , often sevcra
times a day , upon her Jersey out In the cow
corral. Several residents of Santa Ana val
ley tell of visits at the "Forest of Arden" a
some tlmo In the summer season , and of hav
Ing seen the ravlshlngly beautiful Juliet o
their early theatrical recollections metamor
phosed Into the domestic and rural Modjeska
engaged In throwing a panful of corn , ear b >
oar , to the big black swine at the rear of the
ranch.
THE ARTIST AT HOME.
"What do I do when at my mountalr
home ? " said the famoua actress to a rn
porter some time ago. "Why , 1 do just -vha
I like. The count and I live as near nature
as wo can. For days at a time wo have al
our meals served In the arbor , wo climb over
the mountains , go horseback riding , hunt for
game , have visits from our friends and go
down to Santa Ana and Anaheim on short
visits. I spend tiome time every day in
dramatic study and many hours each week
in sketching. We never grow weary of the
landscape , and I have long since abandonee
all hope of ever doing It full Justice In my
sketches. Nowhere can there be more
gorgeous scenery than we have among the
mountains and In the canyons of southern
California.
"When the theatrical season Is over In
June the count and I , with a few of our old
est and most trusted servants , start at once
In our car for our southern California homo
The place Is always kept In order , bo that we
can-return to It almost on a day's notice , and
usually wo are sjttled and fully at home
there ten days after my last theatrical ap
pearance. We have been visited at the 'For
est of Arden' by a few of our more Intimate
friends and by our relatives , but we have
not the accommodations for entertaining on
the scale that wo desire. Some day , when
the last theatrical tour Is over and that long-
talkod-of farewell to the stage Is made , we
mem to have a large homo In the mountains
where our friends will be welcome every
month In tbo year.
"Are we Intruded upon by curious sight
seers ? Not so much In the last few sum
mer seasons. When the news first went
abroad that we had built our unique home
In Santiago canyon It was a dally annoy
ance to have people from Los Angeles and
Santa Ana , and from the little villages In
the valley below , come up and camp for
the day on our lawns , and never so much as
ask leave to ca * luncheons from tholr bask
ets on our piazzas and In our harbors. Not
one person in a hundred had any acquaint
ance with mo or the count , and many of
them frankly declared that they had heard
was an actress and they had always I
wanted to see how theatrical people lived
when they were at homo. Many a time
the count and I have had to flee from our
painting and study out ot cluors , among
the oak or In the canyon , to the house ho l
cause of tha arrival of a wagun load or two
of ranchmen or curious tourlsto In Bouthcrn
California at our homo place for a picnic
there. Scores and scores of times wo have
bad to positively refuse to permit a picnic
party of rural swains and lasses to tramp
through our homo and gaze at my husband
and myself.
"But wo have made a host ot delightful
acquaintances In our western homo , and wo
ire very happy to have them as our guests.
Wo make frequent little visits among the
towns In southern California during the sum
mer vacation , Wo have dejr friends In
Pasadena , Los Angelas. Pomona and Santa
Ana , and we have tried to show our appro- [
elation of their kindness and attention to us ,
Caronado Beach and the ocean at San Joan
Caplstrano have charms for us , and wo go
Lhero for a week or two every year. The
count and I boast of our prowess In swim
ming , and when wo are at the ocean I 1m-
lirovr the opportunity by at least two big
swims every day , and often three. No , wo
lon't care much for fishing. I have tried
to piako myself a lover of the sport , but It
lias been of no use. I euppose I have not
iufliclont patience , and then , too , I can't
jear to see the poor things flop about , open-
nit and closing their gills in the agony of
Uath. I have been out hunting a few times ,
jut woo to any one that dares to shoot a
un at the "Fcrest of Ardon" and scares
our songsters , "
In these days of telephone , telegraph , elec
tricity and steam people cannot afford to
wait days or as many hours for relief. This
s our rcaion for offering you Ono Minute
Cough Cure , Neither days nor hours , nor
oven minutes , elapzo before relief Is afforded.
Miiltirnifii Victim * < > ( IC > oliidon.
What might bt called a "motorman's pose" r
lias been developed by the trolley cars , ac
cording to the observations made at a ball
lvon by the trolley molormen In Worcester
Mass. , last week. It Is alleged that while
eating between the dances every motorman
Hood en ono foot. When running a. car the
notornian muet t'tand on one foot and have
ho other free to pound the gong , the gOng
icing pounded Incessantly , as any Urooklyq.
to will testify , Thus a habit of work has do- !
-olopel Into a habit at all times. Tlila U a
mbjoct for the consideration of evolutionists. ;
For throat diseases , coughs , coltla , etc. ,
iffectual relief la found In the use of
'Urown'g Bronchial Trcch.es. " Price 25 cUf. <
Jold only tn boxen , ,
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The coming Artist who knows enough
to paint a popular subject. M
You get 5 % oz. of "Battle Ax"
for JO cents. You only get 31 oz.
of other brands of no better quality
for JO cents. In other words , if you
buy "Battle Ax" you get 2 02 , j
more of high grade tobacco for the
same money. Can you' afford to
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unless you have 4tMoney to Burn5 5
Quart bottle has moved
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HOTELS.
Clofhrr HOIIHC , G. A. Scott.
Gruiiil I'aclfie , Samuel Mahooil.
Lliulell Hotel , GIIH IVInillNuh.
Merlillati Hotel , John G. Pollock.
The ThiirHtoii , Ueo. Lehman.
ICE.
linker A Wei IN , Olive St.
INSURANCE.
Mi-Cher , JIICKK ! A Co. , IStU St.
JOII PRINTING.
ArKTiiM Printing Co. , Neh. Ave.
M. K. Turner , llth St.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
lluynril Fuller , Ilith St.
LAUNDRIES.
CoIiimhiiN Steam , Nell. Ave.
LIVERY , FEED A SALE STAtlLES.
J. P. AhtN , Kith SI.
linker A Wclln , Olive St.
E. D. ReynoIilH , Olive SI.
F. E. Stevciin , Neh. Ave.
LIVE STOCIC.
Rlckly A Ilro. , Olive St.
W. II. Vim j\I tyiie , l.'lth St.
WlKKliiH A I.enlH. Cor. 11 A Olive Stl.
LOANS.
Anilcr.HOii A Roen , Olive St.
Recher , JneKKl & Co. , lath St.
iHracl Gluck , llth St.
ChurlcK A. S. c. > le , llth St.
Home , Milt CiiHtccl , 12th St.
LUMRER.
Fouler Smith , J. R. Gltxcn , aigr.
II. HiiKhcH , Olive St.
KIANUF'R WOODEN-SOLED SIIOE9.
C. A. l\itr.A Co. , KHh St.
itIARIILE WORKS.
C. A. IlenrilNley , Olive St.
MEAT MARKET.
M. C. CiiNNln , l.'lth SI.
Otto Bit17. , llth St.
MILLINERY AND NOTIONS.
M. L. lu ITy A Co. , Ryan Rnllillnar.
Mrx. M. IV. Walterx , Kllh St.
NEWS-RISE AGENCY.
Carl Kramer , Kith St.
NEWSPAPERS.
ColunihiiN Journal , M. 1C. Turner ,
Nehraxkn lllciic , German.
Pliitte Co , ArKiix , IV. Sau nil cr , , Ncb ,
Avenue.
Avenue.OIL
OIL AND GASOLINE.
J. E. IIoITiniin , Neh. Ave.
PAINTERS.
Frank MorMc , Kllli St.
DeimlH O'llrleii , P. O. llox 5117.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Straiixx A Crux , Olive St.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS ,
Martyii , ISvnnn A Geer , Neh. Ave.
Drx. VOXM A MleNHlcr , Iloi
Harher Illoek.
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PLUMIIERS.
A. Diixxcll A Son , llth St.
RAILWAYS.
II. A M. R. R.
U. P. R. R. , J. R. Me an her , Anreiit ,
REAL ESTATE.
llccher , JaeKKl A Co. , lllh St.
I' . IV. llerrliiMver , llth St.
iHi-nel GluoU , lllh SI.
CharlcH A. Snelee , llth SI.
RESTAURANTS.
J. P. Ahtx , lillli St.
City , Mr . M. Gray A Ilro. . 12th St.
Michael NcUollczak , lllh St.
Vienna , R. H. ONlerhoul , 12th SI.
M. Votfel , llti SI ,
SEEDS.
, C. A O. O , Gray , Cor. l.'l A North Sin ,
SHOE STORES AND SHOEMAKERS.
1C mil von RcrHTcii , lllh St.
Frlxuholx llrox. . lllh SI.
J. H. Galley , lllh St.
A. M. Gray , ISHIi St.
Grelxcii llriiH. . llth St.
J. M. Houlihan , Nell. Ave.
William Suhtlx. Olive SI.
STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Anilerxoii .V. Roen , Olive St.
SURVEYOR A CIVIL ENGINEER.
L , F. GottHchalk.
TOYS.
Carl Kramer , Kllh St.
UNDERTAKING.
Henry GIIMM , Cor. llth and LoulN Six.
WALL PAPER.
J. C. EcholH , Olive HI.
WINES JO1I1IER.
\Vm. Iluolier , llth mill IOIIM HIM.
WINKS , LKIUORM AND CIGAR9.
J. P. AMx , Kllh SI ,
XVm. lluoher , llth anil Lou In Sin ,
Sam GIINM , Olive at ,
Wm. Huiiiil , llth Ht.
I , . J. Lee , ( HO 12th St.
Tliv Ueiiittu , a , J , Rynu , 1KU St.

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