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TIlE 0MAlr.A. : DAILY 131E : L'U1TRsDAY : , i t.y s. ist ; .
- _ _ NOTIBES. _ for thc cnltnitipi % .lII IJP tnIctt until 121t ( ) p. iii. for tilt ! 'VlIIIl , ititI tiiifll H p. iii. for tIa tsiornliig flisi ! Siilny cIItInnM. A .1 % ' ( I I MIrM , I ) rItlIIVFIl I hg ft 1111111 ! itr.i1 ( ' 1ut , (9 * II liii tuiivrr ii1 Ir..Nscs1 * 4) IL iiniiilirrral Iit tcr III enrl of EIie Ii'e. ttIMIrI NO % .I II i1.I I 'ired * 11)1111 , nf the eI.tc OhII. I -o U I9rd flrMI ItiirtIon8 , 0 II voruI I 1iren ftr. N. Ii I ng * iik1i for ICMN lIiui 2r.n fur lIen IIrt IttN'r. I lou. 'FIipr , nil Isencnt , utt"t lie , .iit COh1pIeLIItClT. s't N'1'llM , tI.I II II.l' . : ; TO SII ) A blONrlt ANI ) 1XT'lNSI1 1'All ) irnlemen fur clgnr exlnrkflce in.cet7 Mnndtitl * IIttl clirk cIgr mRthIne fren t , ench cutomer. Ilishop & iClIn. L. 1itI. Mo. fl-M9 $ .TZ 1VANTfI-AN TDCA. WHO CA TIUN1 OL sine Mmple flung t , patnl ? l'rntPCt ) UUF I4nii ; they mny bring yeti wcltti. WrIte John \'illt'ilurn & Co. . 1)ept V I'ntflt AttIrfly $ . \Vnilngton. ) 1) . C. , for ther ! S1SO' ' ) prize iifler and 118t of IWO hunired Inventloni wnnrcl. ( . . fl-M4IG 4 l.11ttN t'Olt NlflhiASiCA. I1T RldtNfl intrnmr line en th rou1. ltieraL iittary , Ad. ( lR,4 Cniltornla Cider Co. , Cnicngo. I.iM-.tlO.2 1VANTlI-A 1I IUfl' ( 'L.AH HAt1M(1 ! innker. Apply at. once to E. A , Marsh. MI 4. lGth iitret. LA1liltlltS 1'Olt II. M. fly. CO. l hung. 1'rec trnnipr1ntion. Kramer & O'lleitn , liz ) F'arnain. Il-M632 2J' ' ' , % Tl1) . A4L ) CANDY ; il4tialy nd oxpenii ; extra Inilucenu.Ht. to dnIer exprieno unnecosary , Vali3P ? lg. Co. . tt. IouIM. ll-M64) 2S' s jrI ) 1Xl'fIt1tNCID AflV1flTIStNQ * ioIlCItors for novelty ; n competition. Uuol rfer nces lnhIierntIte. Adlrc It 2. li'e. ( fl-MC 1 , , llLl.l t \VAZ'T1D , IX1'1I1T1NCID GIRL. TO DO r secand work. Good rrcrence required. Call at fourth IIOU'ie coat of 21ti St. , one tilock north of Rt. Mary' . Ave. Mrs. Francl C. Grable. \VATFD. fllflt , FOR OlNlflAh 1lOUSF. work ; none but exeri..1rcrj help nd aPPlY. lZLy'fl liros. Hiioe 1)e. . C-214 . WANT1I ) , A PIItST.CLASH COOK. ? 0 WASIr. ' log. None Iut a very conipetent one nc'd np pl ) . Mri. George Vortllngton. 1210 South 10th St. between 2 nnl S oclock. C-lt 2S LADY CASlhllR , SALlSI.ADY 1'Olt ON Thh1 Ionl. l'aMtFY cunk , dinning room giriM. ( antily eiaks and hoUEo girls. Conathian Ohhico , 122 lttiglas. . _ _ _ _ _ _ - FOlt JhlPONS1lh1,1 POHitiOfl ilitring vacation ; per1nantit position It satlatactory. Addicsa it 1 , Itee. C-62S-2v S FOIL ! tINTlIOtJSlS. 11Ousls IN AL.I. I'ART8 OP' TIIC CITY. TII 9. F. Iavla Company , 1 Farnani. D-740 _ _ 11O1s. 1JF.NAWA A CO. , 100 N. 13TH ST. D-741 XtIODFI1N 11OUSFS , C. A. STAlIn. 12 N.Y.11Fl . i-742 jtOUSEl.VA1.hACl'flOWN UL1. 16 & Doug , D-743 hOuSES FOR nENT-LAlton LIST , FROM s.0o UI ) . McCaguo investment Co. , 1hG Do4ge. D-41 roit 1tET-ONR OF T1LR MOST IlSlttA11LR cottage htomea In the cIty ; large ground5. .1. II. Durnont. illhllarney st. D-M313 FOR RENT-I1OUSR OF 10 ROOMS ; MODRRN con'etiieticei ; very handy to businesi. Inriulro nt ! ) ' . S. 16th at , I ) . ' 1' . Mount. D-4T h ltlNT-FLATS IN ' 1'11F I' . R. lLRlt lJOClC ! , cur , Ictit and Jaclcsoti ta. ; t.toy contitlo \ FeVcn notlIi. whit all conveniences , Including Btecl range in litchicnt we furnIsh voter , take care f gnrlage , and keep halls clean ; auntroer rate , 2.QO per month. Call at 1hl Ijatney at , vcnY NICR G.ROOM TWO.STORY COTTAUR. ilath , ga8 , furnace , etc. No. 2l So. iflh at. . . . - FOOt RRNT , 5.ItOOj COTTAOI. AMES , NEAR 2Iiii. Call at O1 Douglas. Foil. flIrT. EIUIIT.ROOM IIOIJSC. ALt ntolein convenIences ; south ( tnt and cutt. vo3l0flt to buaincsa. Inquire at 2001 half hfownrd. D-140 VOlt ItENT , 3-STORY flEICK DWIIJINU , thirteen teems. lufl % vater , heating plant and all c.ttVefliefll'e8 , Including ratige ( or kitchen ; rent $3' ' ) a nteniit : location , 240 $ Caaa St. Alco , 8-room tlwelllng with all itto1arn canyon. lencLs ICflt 025 per month : location Z15 UnIt hlowar'l street. Apply to W. 11. MolkIe , G')4 l'irst Nationat Ihank buIIdln. D-2l1 jroit IWhT. TWO 10 ROOM hOUSES h1 M 2013 hlatney. SII have atenni heat In tnlI lotli iiouaes can be put Into one. Sea ( leo. 3. rx , 1216 Barney , D-2)t-JiO ! roit flINT. 9.ROOM , DETACIIRD , MODERN hiojee , $23. EttuIre 2GM CapItol Avenue , lb. II , floblsoti , D-2G3 ; ft ItENT-MODEIIN Ft AT. LANOIh BLOCK , car So. 12th at. 1)-3fl.Jj7 I ( FOR ! ttUT. TIlE MOST COMPLETE , COM. fortabia and c'jzy house In Ont3hIn , to good tenant at ni1eraie rent ; oght rootna. Uuiin & Co. , 16th anal Douglia. fl-Mill c.IIOOM COTTAOE.J34 North 17th St. , gooih repatr.inquire 1:130 : Sherman ayenue. JJ..432 Felt RINT. 8.ROOM ItOtISE ; ALl MODERN iniproventnta lai go roonta ; elegantly htnishel. Ho. 4)3 ) N. IM at. 1)-RI 30 6.1tOt hOUSE , S.1tOO4 hOUSE. $1.(0 A Inontit. 1nquire 2616 Capitol ave. fl-lIZ 20' 'E.ltOOAt COTTAGE : CITY WATt IN ilta louise. Twenty-tltird and Leavenworth. In. tittiro 25hlCitIengo. h-Al43 3lO1)flflN DETACItEDl2.1tOOM hOUSE ; FINE lawn ; only $21. )1J lflnney. hJ-M1d3 ThN.l1OM hOUSE. ALI MOItMtN IMPflOVI. mettle. All'ly 2l2 ( Itarney at , Owen I.tcCafrey , hJ-d2.2' CIIOICI ) hlOtJt4E $ A NI ) COTTA(11S FOIt RENT nil aver Ike city , 5 to $ o0. Fidelity , ITOI F'artiniii , A Itirgain , 8.Iooin house , nil niodern. In line repair , 4111. Lutayctic tvc. , ° Pi , Lafayette 1'ace. 1'Olt RENT. l.'thltNlShlEt ) hOUSE , 10 ROOMS his io. IbtIt at. Mitt , JV. . Cotton. D-M91 IS ioit IIENT-A NEATCOrrAOE , sn SOUTH Ittit aireet. Apply on irctnisea. 1)-OlJ1' S.ltOIl A II , I.IOI)111N I lOUSE , rthltNISl cittillete. Ik'a Jeancite MeAualand , 2315 Ioug , Ia. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .iitAT : hhIAI. HOME , 27G CALIFORNIA , 1 rontits. every titodorn convenience nial barn , CIhl UI ! howard Util lot me chow It to you , D-I1613 41' IUUIIT.I100M 11OCt45 ; MODERN , 832 } OUTII Iltil atr.et , D-M612 IS' T\\'O Fifth IIOUSEI4 , ONE 8 , ONE S I100M $ , Ill .ind j2. io. 36th at , : all molern Conveili. etwel : Iw'.t rt'iiideico luirt of the ciiy. IItiuiro 12 $ N , Y , Llfo ; telephone , UtU. D-M6o7 I'OII iIFN'V-FUILNIi4II HI ) IIOOMS , FUI1NIRIISI ) 1100MB FOR LIO1T hOUSE. keerinil. 1019 Iodge. E-M2i S F'lIflNtShIl'4D ItOOMS FOIl IIOUSEEEEI'INQ for tttan & wIfe , 1-teii ; taken In ttoa&d , 319 N. 1 ? , . E-3G3 - - . . - . - I'UItNIIIIIEI ) ISOOMt4 FOR ONE 1I TWO gentletnen. t24 So. IGtli aye. E-156 20. 'J'IIIIER NICE VIJItNISIIED ItOOMS , LIcIIIT itotiackeeping , 1111H _ ) , 11111. li't'ttNJSlIflI ) ROOMS FROM $ t0) To sisoo' tau unfIlrIl1iIct1 for light liauaeleepin ; btat lecuiton In cti' . lilT Chicago aired , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ E-M633 28' IPUIONIS I I ED I100MH , I IOUSERE I'4 l' NO ' cui , large . IGII oft , Mary'a , E-M631 o' 1 FIIlsfSlIl1) StOOhI0 ANI ) IIO.tItD , " I'OIt IIEN'I' , ROOMS WITH ] 1Ot1tfl , 'j'flj. at ' 01 accuzotnodated , Utepis , liM 1)avennrt it , . ' -h0 I' ) 'VIINISIIEI ) 1100MB.VITIL IIOAI1fl , IN private fatally ; 01(03 ( reaconable ; IMIII. l02.4 I iaIgO hIt , 1't Si' . iAItflh3 IIOOM. WITH I1OAIID. 1"OIl TWO , 3 per wcck saistler sootna. Titi Hose. N24 hturne' , 1'-MM Jh3 ' 1C1l.Y FUIINISIIUD 8OUT1LEAST FRONT r.on * ; todeiti c'noutencca ; private fitiiIy. C22 01 litili etr.et , F-5s4.24' LOVEIX COOtiROO.13 ; QOOlO IIOAED ; cheap , 811 Not Ill 15th. F-MISt Si' cO'I. . FIIONT hIOtMt3. IOUTI1 2TII. j 1"Mi9 30' - 1.'Olt 3l1'I'hJF'UJtSgSJjEL ) J10031S. jeltRi ? FIOO1t ; MODE1t ; NEAR PitltlC. 1305 2SIt a U-Ml _ : : oII 31I5N'V.-STOIIE AN1) OFL'ICIdS. 1II1ST CLtS fittiCK STORE IIUILDINn , loll S ? grnatii. thru stories and bC $ ittetilt taut aiter L puit teilalil ; law soot , hit let Nut't fl'k bldg. 1-21) * ITOR12. 8ITUA'tEI ) IN IIL.AIIT O1 uiosi district , 418 So , 11th , curlir Ituwarti ; ooI basentent A 1.1 fluor , 318 1.1 Net't Dunk bids , 1-MIll - - - - PolL IttNT-STt)1US tfl ) 0 ! l'lCIl , ( ( nnllnuj. ) roll ris'r , TIlE 4.STOI1'Y lhIttClC Ui'It.tINO at 918 Farnnm St. This building 3m. a flreproof 0mrnt Irtaenint , c'oinplete ati'itn hntlsu lix. lures , water on nil IIoora , gal etc. Apply itt _ thtO offlee of The 1Ie # , 1-010 % 'tTHITO ltlT , IF' 'VOU WANT flOOD TENANTS FOIl TOUR houaea hat th'm with Ildelity , 1702 Fatniirnt. sTonAai ; , FItANKIWEIL'3. 1214 IIA1U4EY. PACIFIC STOIttIE AND S'AItEllOUSl'4 CO. , 903010 JonNi , Uctternt atorae and forwarding , 01 ! , 'AN & sTOItAUI3 , 1115 FAII'M. TEl , . 11. Jlt M , % LH1"t1ItI'VUlt 13 , FOIt S , % hR. 1'tIItNITUItE-MY ENTIRF3 Mockh gulng alIt Of htlsinei'3 , Vhtt I cannot aeil I % viht gi'e away. 220 So , 10th lOt. OM-174 3. ) ' - % % 'A1'IOIT ( ) lillY , \VANTEI ) TO IIUY-11l3.qlflENCIO VICINITY hintiacoin l'ark. Thios. II. Fell , 502 N. Y. Iire. N-57S.31 - I'AItlX.Y 11011S11. 115 N. lOT ! ! , CALl. Ai'TIRt I' . m. N-M638 30' V roll. SA I,13-lIIILSIIS AI ) % 'MiONl4. NEW Olt 0001) SiCOND IIAND CARRIAGES and buggica cheap. 1111 Dodge , P-Ill FOIl IIALIO , S11ALt IMI'ORTIR ) SIT ETIANI ) Pane ) ' , phoolon , cart and harness. Intuito I' . Anrona , ihailon Store. i'-M0.0 jjt ; ; SAlil : . OlI1'SECOND.IIANI : ) 141M1'SON linOtC1 ) In gil repair ; at fl bargain. Call or adIres'i (1 1712 , leorgia avenue. 1'-MOOO IS' 1olL SAI.l3-MISCId1.1ANI3OLJS. I1I3ST II.tltIWOOD 1100 AND CTIICKI3N fence ; also "all wire. " C , U. Lee , 031 Douglas. Q-11t. $123VILL hUT A "ANTISELL. " ? 4iV TOItIC cabinet granil upright PianO In iqienhid Oondi- tipn. Omaha Mortgage Loan Co. , 306 South 16th street. CARPETS MATTINU 1)RAPIUtIES. ETC. I'.ASV . payments ; 1owst prics ; (1I'OI ) postal and wIll cail yitht samples. R. Illrsh , Otilce Drexel IbId. I Q-3,4-J6 FOIt SAI.F.-1 I'A Ill/OR 3.TAMt' CltND13b.I CII 2 hangIng Iantlsi anti one hail lamp. All In llrst.claps condition. Will sell cheap. In qutro at 1121 N. huh at. Q-MR6 .11' Foil SA hR. TIIOItOUGIIIIRID ST. IIERNAUD lull. 1116 Farnarn. Q-MC01 43 JI3RSIOY COV,1'IN1TY llRflD'EIIY KIND ; a beauty ; butter record , 15 lbs. a week. hi. dress 1' 67 lice. Q-623.2' FOIl SAT.13-Tl IC E1.CGANT I'UItNITIJItII , carpets nn1 other lioueeiobI goods cninined In the tealIcuca of MI' . Miic Meyer. Tovefs of art will ho given a chance to Iurcits tint' pictures , bronzes , etc. , ( or onotourtlt their value at pit. vote sale at the northeast coner of 11th and homey. Nuaho Ilaby ( .rnnd Piano. bird' , eye tniiIo ; case , and horaca and Carriages vIiI also be toll. Q-G2943 $18.04) CASh hUTS A FINE I1ObJEl1Ot1) sevIng machine , good as new ; have also aeveral vahtinhle Plant , for lawn for sale at a aacriflce. Atidrees it 4 , lIce. Q-M6t1 MISCI3I.bANI3OUS , WANTED. 215130F'IIORSE Ott TEAM ANt ) litiggy tM' their feid. Address box 43 , hleebee. toIi , 10. I-tI6ll 25' CLAIRVOYANTS , MRS. flit. \VAIU1EN , CLAIRVOYANT. RE. lIable busines inediun ; 8th year at ill N. 11th , 5-756 IIIASSi4IO , hlA'I'IIS , ITC. MMD. SMITII , 1121 DOUGLAS STREET , IRI ) 11031' , room 7 , massage , steam , alcohol and , UI- phitielno baths. T-M561 30' MME. AittElO FOItMEIthY OF ST. LOUIS , MAS. sage and baths , I07 S. 13th St. , Id flout , loom 10 , 1't Its. 1)fl , LCON , EL1CTitI ( MASSAr.ldI'An. lots : refreshing and curative ; don't fall to call. 417 8. 11th at. , upstaIrs. T-M376 20' PF4IISON4iL. IJATIIS. MASSAGE , MMC. POST , 3I54 S. 15Th. U-757 ihss VAN VALKENBUROSX DESTROYS PElt. niarionthy , by electrhchty , superfluous hair , mole , , watts , etc. Room 416 N. Y. LIfe hlIdg , U-755 IUSPTUIIRCUI1ED : JO I'MN : NO IETEN. lion front business ; we refer to litindrels of hfltieats cured. 0. 15. 31111cr Co. , 37 N. Y. bIte buIlding , Otnaltit Neit. tj75i 'VIAVI-A IIOME TItEATMCNT FOR GTCI3INE troubles , l'hayaichin In attendane , Consulta. tlolt Gr health bok free. 310 lice 3Idg. 11-760 LESSONS FREE-DRESSMAKING IN ALL ITS branches by quicl.est , easiest , best system : no iclitting ; 1rcasqs drafteil in 3 mInutes ; dartles , anti heaiflteas waIsts ; French tins : want teach- en. to irtroducc i3Yatenl : send for cIrcular , , Mrs. ( barge Sheller , prIncipal , lhoto Dress Ctitthiig Academy , j3 Karbacit blk. ; open even. Ings. . U-307-J17 SIYMMER ItOAItIINU .ND h'ICIC grounils at lIazel 1)ehi nursery , two mItes Ivest of Florence. Grigg'a itatton , 0111cc 11th titil I3rahtno St. U-M.S6 25' : ibONldr l'o LOAN.Ith3AL ES'I'ATF3 , ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO..315N. V. L. QuIck money Ut low rates tar choice ( cmi loans in Iowa , tiortitern Missouri , Ctstetn Nehraaka , W-761 CITY' LOANS. C. A. STAI1E , 0 N. V. LIFE. W-763 MONEY TO I.OAN ON ! IttVIIOVCD OMAII.t real estate. hirennan , Love Co. , l'axton 131k , \V-763 LOANS ON IMPROVIU ) & UNIMPRo'ED CITY property.V' . Farnani Smith & Co. , 1320 Fantam. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ \V-761 GuO P. IIEMIS , LOANS. PAXTON JILOCIc. MONET TO LOAN ON IM1'ROVFD OMAhA property at 5 , 5. C sixtd 6 iwe cent , Pusey .ci Tliontaa , loom 2)7 ) , FIrst NatIonal hank IIItg. W-760 MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY I'IIOPEIITr $500.00 up to $50,000.00 1'ldeltty Trust Contpany W-767 MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES. Till' _ .2 : 4 Davis Co. , 1503 i"arnatn St. \V761 I VISE CENT MONEY TO 1O. % ON OMAHA leal estasa Li Neb. . ( arms. % V. ii. Metkl , Ointita , W-760 N ONRI' TO LOAN-CIkA'I"i'13Is. MONEY TO LOAN. ) , 60 , DOVDAYH : VIJRNI. lure , i'Ilio , , . etc. Duff lren , l-uoin S iJaiker hilk , X-77U StONIlY TO IAN ( IN FU1INITUI1II , PIANOS.V horse , , tngona , etc. , , at lowest rate In city' no removal of gooits : strictly confidentIal. you caut pay tbto loan off at any time or In ur.y iLmount , OMAILt MORTGAGE LOAN CO 306 So , 16th St. JIIJSIN1ISS C1I.tNCRS , IIIPPL10 CREEK GOLD. STOCIS SAFE AND sure' $5 and upwards Invebtctt oflon brIngs fabuoUs cal quIck returns to' placing your order , tvjttt 11w Van hluren iii'ettfleItt Co. , ( IncorI'orattd ) , banker. anti brokerr 10 * 16th lOt , Ienver , Cob. ' -72 . LOhl SAI.15 OR Tll1)U , STATE Oh. ' Nil. braska ; bunti tUe Patent. Address A. 125 ilaugha St. , Council Illufta. Y-MlS.J7 O1t SAL.F7 , AHOUT 2,000 LUS. MINION TYI'U. 700 lbs. agate , ilo lbs. brevler type , itO ialr tto third , 'ae , . 40 double iron stolid , tot- tw third , asea , This material wail ttaed on Tue . Ounhin 11eo nd Is In fairly god condItIon , " Ill be .010 cheap Ia built or In quantities ti cult purchaser , Aptly In liersols or 1) ' tush to' 'j'ito lbeeI'ublshtng ! Co. Ositaha , Net , , Y.-71 $ ' 011 SALt 011 hUNT , VIRST.CIAg5 DIACI ( . 2 rInilhi iliop. hSquIppeO with tools anti bomt locution in town , Randall & Otto , ii.Iva , - Ia. Y-3J1li04I OlttALE. A'l' TAIlOR , I ) . , . , A STOCK Ol eirui , with hixtur. $ roinpiel. , Address 17 , . , &OtiI. Y..3.Usi25. 011 SALEORTIIADIO , FIRST.CLASS HAI.OON and properly ; toke Iowa or eastelui NoIraaki land ; svIh $ bear iuveatlgaiIon. A. Jansa'i.hoo , Nelt. T-MSIS hO' - JAN % 'LTII $7,600.00 CAN ( lIST 4IAI.P' IN. tiralt In bualnea. worth r-.s.ooo.oo. eatabitahte4 eight iar. . it taken b' June I. Addre.o' 1' 6J , 13cc. y-dGN SI' _ tAN TOIl AFFOIII ) TO 1313 F.COO1ItCAI4 FOR a few moulh , In order toaae snengy WhIch 'wilt .e-n A Icr ccitt iuont1 Our Iiav.atnuent v.tetu Is en tnsurui. cUmny ci whIch ; 8eopi of limited ; iiauis nty beam. unentler. ain't alt eta accorded Ibe cain. lrtteetIon 4 wliIhter inveating IiO3.Oo or 5h00. SVelte for pstlotihtrs. Yct * wlIj b. Inteueted , it1o4 hirca. - Co. , 'tru4ers hilOg , . tSltlcago , Y-M31 hI' lIt1tII1MS C1It'6'iM , ( Continued , ) F6)It IOAII3-AI.I. flATt COAl. YAIII ) IN Chicago ; established twel'o yenta ; annual slii tin hiut three years , ) .O1 Iii , ( sj tons own the ttneka , , icnfr. , oflIce and eIt1q ; trio. , $1 5)3.0) enChi ; rental , $50.0) ver month , Ad. drps , N 37 , hoe. ' -iit6I1 3) ) 'I3 IIAVH ( 'Oi'YlttflllTfll ) OttIt 1100.00 IN. V etmat e0'etetfl It is ft plan of investment Ill which $100 (0) ) cnn earn $2.ti ) per dayt wrIte 11 nbotit It. Oborn , Umaby & Co. , Ilour ISa. change. MinnenplIa , Y-M6I6 30' roll flXCII.tNiIt I I1CSI't'CTV'tTLIX I1I3QUI'ST I'AI1TII3I hAy. Ing city property to exchange tot' equities , erin in part inymcnt for farms , to list theIr prot. erty % elih me , a , I ha''e a great many farm , on which I can trade city llfop.rty at gael y'tIcc. . Address II , I' . Morrow , Itiasouri Vnl. Icy , Iii , , P0 II. MA 1.13It lit L iis'I'ATII. 0130. P. I1IOMIS , HOUSES , LOTS , IIIRIUATRI ) farm hands , loans , 303 and : oc l'axton llock , REI $1.35' ) . VIhI hUT 4 hOTS COlt. 20 & hUh. iletto. that t'Oet owner In 1SSO , .00o. 1)net tr.nt corner 11.1 & FranklIn , $700. John W , itobblns , 211 N. Y. LIfe hlldg. 1113-291- FOR SALE , 160 ACRES CHOICE IIOTTO3.t land , In the , auth part of Itock county. In- qulre Sear's fleni Estate ngenc' , 15th and Dodg' . 1113-370 28' AIISTI1ACTI3. TIlE DYI1OIl REED COM1'ANY. Iifl-775 SNAr-2522 Rh3WAItD ST. . 5.flOO3.t hOUSE , 30x132 feet , $1,150. See J. N. 1"reflzer , opp. 1' , 0. ItC-773 Poll SAI.13 , DISAIITIFUT , hlOlJSCS , ON tOAST tennis ; each th1s. A , 1' . Tutkey , 1111-430 FOIl SAtC-i0. W , CORNEll 1'AhU AVE. AND I'aclfle at. Ent front , . 102x150 feet ; iwatitlfitI resIdence alto : also 75x135 feet on 30th aye , near I'aciflo at. Ahoyc will I.e offered at sero' how flgIIrcs , T. 1. htoger , , 11th and h.'nrnam at. 1113-460 I'AItTIISS WISIlINcO TO I1UT VACANT LOTS for building turiuces , 1tottse and loIn for homes , ranging in irice front 1330.00 to $11.- 000.00 , or acre property for investment , houId examine out- list before purchasIng , as Wa are prepared to otTer thia best that can be ha , ! , at prIces to atilt the Iliac , . I'ottor & George Corn- pany , Cor , 16th altO Fntntttii ate.fll3en.1332S fll3-en.133-2S \'ANTEfl , TO LOAN OUT $ l,2) . Wanted , to loan $ ' 00. \Vantetl to loan $1,101) . \'nnteI , to borrow 82.500 , V'ntite'l , in loan $10,010) . Vpnteth , Calumbue , 0. , ( or Omaha lot. Watitel , Ontnlta ( or CalIfornIa ProPertY. WnnteI , farm ( or buainei's Property. \'anteil. .tutirtpn acres client , , V'nntetl , $3.00) place for enehi. \Vnntoh , home ( or choice tot. \Vnnted , enali ani ProPit0' for farm , Wnnt"I , hotel Sept. 1. \\'nntol , tenant , 13)1 Farnam. \VnntcI , tenant , 2415 Douglas ( tiilsIeil ) . \Vontcl , 110.000 house , Part cash , \S'nntt'l , tenant , 700 Ho. STIlt. C. F. Ilarrlron , 012 N. V. Life. 1tIO-62I-2T' _ IJIGGEST SNAP OF TillS SIhASON. NEAT home in tim nortittvest part of tIm city ; Irurge lot , conifnrabk' ( house , gout him and co'tvenent ! to car lIne. hiehongs to an cni'tern Ittrt1 who must Iiti'e money ant have It quIck. Now Is your cliacice. htt. J. Nennard & Soit , 310 Itrown block. ItI3-M63I .11 MUSIC. , AILT ANI ) 1ANGUACIO. MY PINAO SOUNDS THIN. PlonhlArs YOU had a thIn tuner , try Mr. Jponhnrdt , alflce Mrs. flensont , store ; reasonable prtce. ttOO-JT V GEORGE F. OET.TENflI3CK. DANJO AND guitar teacher. 1815 Chicago St. 100 11101 ! TOP ORGAN , $13.73 : KIMBALL PIANO ; good condition , $75 ; pianos ( or rent. 315 Mc- Cague buIlding. M-513 SO' hi I CYCIdO S. OMAHA I1ICYCLE CO. . BEST PI.ACE TO hOtlY btcyclesl bicycles repaired. 323 N. 16th St. 781V WEST'N IIICYCLIS & GUN CO. , 2416 CUMINU. : 731 ' ATTENTION WIIIOhR.MEN , AETNA LIFE INS. Co's. , "new Cycle CombinatIon Poltcy" for gen cml accidents , WITh flOtiliLlO INDEMINTY IF INJURED WhILE SlIDING A IIICYCLIO. John Dale , Genl. Agent , )9 N. Y , Life , Ornalu. 30fJ14 V LOST. TAKEN III'-MAY 23. A SMALL DAY MAI1I3 with told brani Ott left altoUlder : Jacob 3'lton , McArdie precinct , near Claus Slevore. tost-603.2S' LOST-AN AFRICAN GRAY PARROT , RED tail , itoward ( or rotuin to C. W.'atermon , 5(7 So , 2tii ave. Last seen Tuesday. Lost-CIT-IS' LOST , ST. BERNARD 1)00 : COLOn. ORANGE an. ! white. Finlor return to 2610 1)ougias receive reward , Lost-MIll 18' LIIrIO I'oLlCI13S IIOUGIIT. LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES PURCHASED- Ioitis on same. Address P. 0. box , 227 Omaha. 02'-J5' DA NCIG. MOR1ND GIVES PRIVATE LESSONS DAY 010 evenIng , ballroom or stage. 1510 hlnritey. 293317V llODICAL. TIlE PIOOI'LIFS DISPENSARY , 1512 DOUGLAS street , treat , diseases of w'rnen exclusIvely : 25 years' proctice : ladies with delayed courses consult at once ; delay dangerous : coalineinent. $10.01) anti up. 106-J-s , S'I'IOA3IS I I I I'S. LOWEST RATES TO 011 FROM EUI1OI'E ALL linee. Thas. Cook & Son , vaoatlon tours. harry 10. Moore , 1415 Fatnarn St. , Omaha. IS9-3Y7 hlUhI,1)IN ANI ) I.OAN ASSOCIATIONS , SITARIOS IN MUTUAL L. & hO. ACS'W PAY 6 , 7 , 8 per cent when I , 2. 3 years old ; always redeemable. 1704 FarnarnSb , Nattlnget' Sec. 776 110W TO GET A IIOUR OR SECIJItIO ( loot intereat on savings. Apply to Omaha L. . & 13. Ass'n , SlOt Farnam , G. M , Nattitiger Sec. 777 SIIOILTIIAND ( NI ) TYI'J31tITJNG , A. C. VAN SANT'S SChOOL , 513 N. 'F , LIFE. 77) 110115135 I'ASTUIII3D , blOUSES l'ASTUttl1h ) FOIl SIIIISIER ; FOIl particulars address 14 , JVelch , Uretna , Nob. V 98-IT : rhoofi OItASS. htOIil ) FIONCIOIO , SI'ltlNU trater. A. W. I'htelps & Son. , 207 N. Y Life , 620-lyE' V ' ' ' ' VI'JIOLS'I'IOItING It'U1INITVIIJ3 , I'UItUITURIO 1'IiCKED , COUCIII3S MADE TO order. mattresses made and renovated , chairs catted ; cheap titi month. 3 ! , 8 , Walkiin , 2111 Corning , Tel , 1331 , 7th 1'tWNIIIIOIEhtS , t MAROIVITZ LOANS MONEY , 41S N. 50 ST 175 IIAIIIIILIOSSINtI , IItST.CI.ASS 3IAIIIIIII3SSING , MANICLJR. lag und massage parlors. J'ulace Beautiful , 1613 flotigias atreet. M-5Ih 33 . , ' - AIIIIJSIOM1hN'l'S , I r Illll CllMllON I LONIC'4IIT AT Sii . . . .IrIilu- h3'eliIlg nlltl Siui'iIiiy llIuitIuue , t ML JOHN DREW I're.entlng CHRISTOPHER. JR. , Saturilsy night ( only time ) rifE SQUIRI3 OF DAMES Only niatIna Saturday. 0 tta aow on stile , No seat , rei.y.4 vItliout , . . fl.50. Matinee prIz June 1 13 , Freak Mayo. I 0 ? the Breast Mr. A. II. Crausloy , . of i8 Kerr St. ; MelilpiliS , TCllil , , says that his vIfc ptkl no atteiltiOti to a tzna11 lunip witicil appeared in ltcr 1)rCnst but it soou de. vefopeti lIlto It cauceV'tff tile word type , atiti h1otvjtIistaI1tHIl't11e trentillelIt of the best pliyoichins , it COfltilitlCI to spread and grow rapidly , eatilig two holes Iii tier brthtst. The doctors ' . S 0 0 11 prohloutIced - . Ililr incuribic. A i. celebrnted New York * : ' . 4).101 , - specialist titen treat- -5 ' 0 ed her , but SlOe COfl- - tinued to grow worse S atiti when itiforuieti float both 11cr aunt . , i - nntlgrondthiotllcrllad tV V 4 dicti from cancer lie fl' gave the ease up as p . 'II , hopeless , 'i- -j. ton1eone then re- III cornxncneled S.SS. anti though littic : hope reltluined , site bcgtui it , and an iluprovelndnt was no- ticc8I , The cancer coiiitneticcd to heal and WIICI1 site had taken several bottles It disappeared entirely , and although sev- cml years have elapsed , not a sign of ( lie disease has everreturited. A Real Blood Remecy. S.s.s , ( guarantccti purely vcgclatulc ) is a real blood remedy , and never fails to cure Cancer , Eczema , Rheunintism Scrofula , or ally other blood disease. Our books vi1I be inatleti free to IiIIy ad- dress. Swift Specific Co. , Atlanta Ga. SANTUIT HOTEL. COTUIT , CAI'13 COD , 3LiSS , OPEN JUNE 10. JAMES WEUU , Prop , 000dboatlng.batliing and Itching , ApEB hOTEL. TJII1t'I'IOI'lS'I'tt A % 1) JON1OS S"1'itI3'5 , 140 rooms , btiis , steam heat and all modern conveniences. Itates , $1.50 and $2.0) per day. Table unexcelled. SpecIal low rates to regultir boarders. FRANK IIILDITCII , Mgr. RAILWAY TiME CARD Leaves IJuRLINU'rON & 1110. itIViOhLJArrlves Omaha Union Depot , 10th & Mason Sts.I Omaha 8:50am..Denver : l3xpresa. . . . . . . . . . . 9:35am 4:3Spm.lOIk Hills. Mont. & I'uget Sad ISx. 4:03pm 4:35pm..1)enver : 13xpress . . . . . . . . . . 4:03pm 7Ohpin.Nebrnslcn : Local .4tcept Sunday ) . 7 : Olpni . . .Lincoln L"cai eXbejtt Sunday ) . , .11Zhani : 2ISpm..Fast : Mail ( for Lln0oln ) dully. . . . Leaves CIIICAGoIJUIILINITON& Q.JArrlves Omaha Unloliflepot , ! & & 500pm..Chicago Vest1bule. . . . . . . . . . 8:00am 9:48am..Chtlcag0 : Express. . . . . . . . . . . 4:15pm : 7IOpm.Chlcago & St. Louis Express. . . 8:00am hIhham..Pacille ; Jutcilon Local. . . . . . . 6:10pm Fast' Mali. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:10pm Leaves ChICAGO. MIL. S. . $ T PAUL. Arrives OmahaUnIon _ Depot , 10th & Mason Sta. Oniaha 6hOpm. : . . . . . . . . . Chicago Limited . . . . . . . . . . 8:05am : ! 000m.,0 Expi'eas ( ox. Sunday ) . , , 3:23pm : Leaves CHICAGO & NOLITIIWCST'N. ArrIves Omaha Union Depot , 10th & Mason lOts . Omaha 10:55am..Eastern . } jress. . . . . . . . . . . 3:50pm : . . . . . . . . . . Ulmited. . . . . . . . . 5:4lpnt : . . . . . . . . . . . r'aut Exoress . . . . . , , . . , 9:30am : . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Limited. . . . . . . . . . 8:05pm : 7SOam..CarrOll , ! Sioux CIty Local , . . .h1lOpm : 6:30pm..Omaha Chicago Special. . . . . . 8:00am Missouri ValityV" ' " . . . : Omahalunlon Depot. ith. & Mason Ots.i Omaha - V JiT. : ti. e' 10:4Oam..AtlantiC : Express ( cx. Sunday ) . . 5:33pm 7:00pm. . . . . . . . . . . NIght Exoress . . . . . . . . . . . 8:15am : 4:50pm. , . .Chicag' ) VestibiIed LimIte.1. , , , 1:35pm 4:50pm. . . . I'aulVeitiltuled Limited. . . . 1:13pm . wicrr. 6:4Spm.Ohclahoma : & Texas Ex. tea. Sun. ) ,10:3Sam : 1:40pm..ColoradoLImlted. . . . . . . . . . 4:00pm : Leaves 1 C. . ST. I' . . 'St. & 0. lArrIv" Omatial Depot , 15th and Vebster Sta. I Omaha 8lSam..StOtIx CIty .Aceammociatlon. . . . 8OOpnu : 12:30pm. : Sioux ct'/ ; Express ( cx. , ) , , : ; : . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Limited. . . . . . . . . . 9:10am : Leaves I F. , 13. & MO. . VALLEY. JArrlves Ornuhal Depot , llthnnd Webster Si , . I Omaha 3:00pm..Fast Mali anti Express. . . . . . . 5:00pm : 3:00pm , . ( ex. Sat. ) Wyo. lOx. ( ex , Molt. ) . . 5:00pm : 7lOamV..Nortolk : 13m.preis ( ex. Sunlay.10ISam : 7:50am. .Fremont Local ( Sundays Only ) . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . I'nul h3xpreis. . . . . . . . . . 9:10am : Teaves IS , C. . ST .1. & C , 11. ArrIves Omaha Union Depot , 10th & Mason Ste. Omaha 9:55am..Kansas : City Day Express. . . . . 6:10pm : 10OOpm.K. : C. Night Ex. via U. 1' . Trans. tlhoanc : Leaves MISSOURI PACIFIC. JArrIve , Omaha Depot. 15th and WebsterSi , . I Omaha 3ispnc..Nebraska : & Kansas Llrnited.,1l:30am : 9:10pm : . . . . . . . . ICansas City Exprcait. . . . . . . . 6:00am : 1:15pm . . . . . Nebraska IMcnI ( ox. Sun ) . . . . . 9QOaimi : Leaveil SIOUXCITY & PACIFIC.jArriyes Omaha Depot. 15th nnd Webster Sts. I Omaha : . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Ihinitetl. . . . . . . . . . 9IOim heaves SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC. jArrives Omaha UnIon Depot. 10th & Mason Sts.I Omaha 5:40am..St. : PattI Passenger..11:10pm : 7Gam , , . , . , . . Sioux City Passenger. . . . . . . . 8:03pm : 5:55pm..St. : Paul Limited. . . . . . . . . . 9:20am : Leaves UNION PACIFIC. JArrlves Omaha Union Depol , 10th & Maion Sts.l Omaha 9:20am..Kearnoy : Express. . . . . . . . . . 4:10pm 8:20am..Overland Limited. . . . . . . . . . 4:43pm : 3:3OpmIieat'co & Strornstt'g Ex.ox Sun ) . 4:10pm 5:45pm.Urand : lalant Express ' , cx. Sun. ) .12Olprn 3:10pm . . . . . . . . . . , . , , , Fast Mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.eavos I WAUASIIIVtAII.WAY. lArrIves OmahaiUnion Depot. 10th & Mason Sts.J Omaha 4:30pm..St. Louis Cannon hal' . . . . . , 11:55am : Clss' ( lotlully ItelUIIiCiUlN , CLtY CENTER , Neb. , May 27.-Speclal ( Tolegrnm.-Tho ) republican county central COflitlhittCO met at ( IllS ploco today. A full attotidanco s'aa present and It was decided to itolil two conventione , tile One to eIct delegates to tim state convention , called to moot June 17 at Clay Center , the other to noiniitate a county ticket at a time to be fixed later. Lou' ltsudt's Viii tIi. hurl I uigiosi htoutc. St. Louito-Juno 13 , 14 and 15 , Chicago-July 4 , 5 and 6 , Ihulfalo-July 4 and 5. Wiwhiington-JuIy 3 , 4 , 5 and C , Dollyor-Jullo 14 and 5 end July 5 and 6. Salt Lake City--August S and 9. hot Springs , S. D.-Juno 12 , July 3 and 24. Yellowstone I'ark-Juo I to September 30. Call at Ticket Omee , 4t02 Farnain street , and get full jI1forrnatLonai - Clisirgeul"Vi'tl reriuir , . CII.DRON , Neb , , fay'27.-SpecIal ( Telo- grani.-Wiiilani ) E. h3atrJ60f ot Crawford Is In tl&o couthty jail , Charod' $ with perjury In sonnection with a c4a rought by Itirn lgainst the 13 , & M , , i The Information con. Laina live count.e and ' bnviction Is looked upon as a eulo thing. ' . After Scull ; br Sitil ri. ' , Shoes , SEATTLE , May 27.-A1lneeting of most rominent republicans was held In Seattle aut evening for the purbso of advallcing iio candidacy V ot John fl. McGraw , stow tovernor of the state , to" the seat in the Jnlted States senate at proent held byVat. . ion C , Squire , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t'rohtbl ) ' ChlIgy Usilti. OMAhA , ? day 2G.-To the Editor of Tile 3ee-Pieao Inform one of your subscribers vho conetitutes the "hlusiness Men's corn- nitteo" that Issued that famous "Trans. llIssisalppI Congrcos" circular. Is it W , , l3roatch or Mayor Wertz. SUfl3CJtlliElt. p A , L. Wooster , a prominent citizen of Os- too , Micli , , after suffering excuciatingly frolu tiles for twenty years , was cured in a abort Inio by using DeWItt's Witch Hazel Salve , In absolute cure for all akilt dieeases , Moo if this ireparation Ii used titan all others onIbined , _ . V LOIIliilisifl' $ S.auiI tonsil CesIltest BATON ROUO1 , May 27-Vote for United tates senator todij ; Denegre , 66 ; Blanch- rd. 30 I'rico , 18 ; McEnnery , 21 ; Ihlacknian , ; hail , 1 , Denegre failed of election by uly two votes , Don't think you have drank ( lie 110 plua Itra of witios until YOtI have tried Cook'a I Ill3eriai Extra Dry Cbaiupaue. 4 BROATCII GIVEN A BACKSE1 a Board of Pubilo Wotks Ta1r03 Aoion to Protcot Ito Thnployes. STREET FORCE TEMPORARILY LMD OFF 1no Vnr'uues ; , te't'Ii'il cii ( 'oi'rel itg Iclurt'rs llsehin rge'ilSitout It Schi'ie Niplicil ii ; , ( lie liiiil. : V The program of coercIon of the cmployo. of municipal departments which is bong : puraued by Mayor Ilroatch anti hit bench. men received a decided backsct yesterday morning. Tile Board of I'itblicS'orlca met in tpeciai ocaslon at 9 o'clock and passed the following self.oxlohnnatory resoiiltiorts "Vhereas , % ' . J. hlroatcii , mayor , has per- sletently Interfered with the ernployes of the hoard of Public Works , giving orders to dIe. charge those who do not wish to do Political work for him , and further dernanda tllat ft largo force of men aball ho put to work , eo as to lIavo their support at the primaries on the 28th Inst. ; therefora , be' it "Resolved , That in order to protect tim taxpayers and the ctty treastiry it is ordered that the street cotntniasioner'o , oinpioyes and the sewer commissIoner's ctnployes be laid off until Tuesday , Juno 1 , 1896. " Thu second resolution was : "tVlIercns , J. F. Brown , general foreman under the street coinlnissioncr , alee Andrew \VIgglns , forenian , hare been , and are now using undue Iniluenco with the enipioyes working under them for POiltiCll ptlrposcee ; anti , "Whereas , Such work lo detnorahizing the different forces working for tile city tinder thIs department to the great detriment of tlto best interests and discipline of the itieti ulIder title department ; therefore , be It "Resolved , That the sorvlces of ( lie aforesaid - said Brown atid Wiggins be and are hereby ( lltlensed witlI flIl(1 they 811311 not be re- employed except witit the concurrence of the Board of Public Works. " BROATCII'S POLITICAL CLUB. In calling the meeting Chairman Munro stated to Street Colninissioner Kaspar that thu boarti had been convened because It bad been ascertaIned that tim force was being demoralIzed for political purposes , The em- llOYeS had assured hint that they hind been cahied before the niayor and told that unless they worked for his Interests they would ho dlsoharged and Brown and \Viggitls had also made slitlilar threats to the nteii utider their control. lie hind investigated the coin- plaiitth and had fount ! that such conditions existed. lIe had never considered it right thitt : Inen who worked In publIc tiepartinents should be compelled to do political vork In order to retain their positions and 110 did not proport that the Board of Public Works should be converted Into a political ma- chine. Comnolasloner ICaspar mid that he ( ltd not know that any such business was going on. ITo had never attempted to coerce his em- ployes and ho bad no objections to laying off tito men. Comtnlrtsioner Winspear saltS that Ito did not. think that his colleague had manipulated the street force himself , but the board hail conclusive evidence that it hind been clone by lhroatcht and by the foremen. It was a vell known fact which could be substantiated by tIle records that when h3roatchi was mayor before Ito liati put on a big force of men under J00 Kent just before tile primaries and it cost ( lie city hundreds of dollars to as- tiist hilm in lila political combinations. It was a disgrace that such methods should be attempted attd the best way to avoid bringing - ing a scandal on the department was to rtop all work until after the pritnaries were over. over.Kapar feebly suggested that ho did not believe that any effort Itati been made to coerce the men , but Winspoar retorted that ito knew posItively that llroatch had even sent to hits own foreman and varned him that unlo ho got out and nasisted him in his canvasa ho would be discharged as soon as the board was reorganized. iCaspar finally voted for the resolution , lay. ing off both departments , but. opposed the dismissal of Brown and Wiggins , IJIOOATCI- ! MAKES SOME THREATS. The action of the board yesterday morning was the result of cotnplaints that have been coming to the board for several days. It began Saturday , when several men were laid off on account of their refusal to work for llroatcli. Tuesday Broatch called four of the employes of the street department Into hits olilco and told ( bent himself that they must either work for him or quit. lIe stated that he was going to tell Mr. Kaspar to dls- charge every man who wae not favorable to him and that Kaapar ltad promised to do as ho asked. Then hi roasted the other 111cm- boris of the board and dismissed the men ' with the assurance that their only cllanco to retail their positIois was to get into hi bunch wagon. At least one of the men titus tltroatened has a large family. ISo has been mit of work and his job lit the aldcovalk repair gang means bread and butter for hii.s wife and children. flu went to Chairnlan Munro antI told him of the threat that had been made and with tears lit his eyes asked what he could do. lie could not conscientiously teg- lcd his work for the city to work for lircatch aitd lie could ilot afford to lose hIs job. Other employes of tue department told a similar story and it did not require an extensive - tonsivo investigation to as'suro tue chairman that the street department was being worked for nil It va.s worth. It was also discovered that liroateli had threatened Mr. Wlnspear'm , foreman With dismissal unless ho got into hue and It was decided that the best plan was to put a atop to such Proceedings by laying off both gangs. It was detertnined to dk'charge Ihrown and Wiggins on aecotlnt of conclusive evidence that they had been intinildating the itlen under theiti In a slnlilar ntan nor , MARBLE HEART FOR CLARKE. At a special meeting of tlto council held Monday afternoon several councilmen , moat of whom are favorable to Brootch , Introduced - duced rcolhiltlona by which a large amount of work was orilerc.tl done on Farnant , Coin- lng artil Sixteenth streets. No ono ttlnlbled to the achetno until it was ptmlied through , and the rosoliltions were Itasaed wititout opposition , Early yelterday mornIng reventecil c'ugon loads of men acconipanled by llroatchi lieutenants as bosses cvero sent out to thesu streets , and any one who was willing to uwoar allegiance to flroatch was accommodated - dated with a job , But by the rosohiitioti laascd by the board tile Improvetiient of titoso streets vihl ho dt'layed untIl next week , and orders were Imnlediately DUSt out to that effect , Johnny Clarke and hIs confidence gattes are still in evIdence. lie tried a stew ono at the Union Pacific hieadquartcrm , Tuca' clay , but it failed to work. lie called on I'rooldent Clark of the railroad company end requested that as a favor to Mayor lhroatch ( ho etnpioyes of the company sliollld ha given a chance to get out anti worlc at tilt ; primaries , PresIdent Clerk replied that It % va.i impossible , as the men could hot be spared , hut ho agreed that itotne of the men 'at tite shops might bu ailoweth to lay off it they were wllilng to lese their time. This was not what Clarke wanted , but ho trIed to make it answer. lie mit oiico went out atnong the clerks and oilier employes and cuesured 1110111 that lie had juat had a conference with I'roaldont Clark at which lie had secured a two clays' huh- tiny for them with pay , This favor COllIe from Mr , hiroatch , mId ito would hike to have them do whiitt they could to assIst Mr. hiroatch uI hti candidacy , Of course the Impression sought to be convoyed we. titat ( ho UnIon PacIfIc coin- pany was for hiroatcii , and had given lire oinployes a vacation in order that they hnight get out and hustle for him , But it happened tltaL oino of ( lie hoyt , had had experIence with Joliti before , anti before laying ott they concluded to illveittigate. Tue result wits that ( be fraud was discoy- ered , anti Ihroatcto will Ilot get much as. iiistanco frolu UnIon J'acitio hieaiquartura , JIILOATCIIVO1t1INO 100'i'hl SIiIOL 1 hi'urt'cs Cl ty IOuuliloyc. to ( lostrJli ( is I 44. ( YnliIZIIWII i'iiliil. It is now uitderstood that Mayor flroatei ) las several of his cIty altixointees who ar ooked upon by him as body servants , ai hat at thu same ( mb they are COmpelled to I IVSJISt him ilnauclally in carrying on his I plItieal conipaign. It I. understooti that In. voluntary cnntrlbtitiona of casub have recently been r'oliciteel frotmi those men who have been appointed by Mr. hiroatch. Parties who clmtltn to ho familiar with the figures , place to theIr credit tile following itmotint , , vhIe1i they have ( teen conipeileti to contribilte to tIm lhroatch campaIgn fundl Assistant City Attorney - torney 13.stehlo , $ l5 Iloalti ; CoInnliadiorer hllytitin , $125 : l'ollce Court Clerk Schwenk , $50 : 11111k Inapector floyti , $33 ; lfleetnr Anderson , $30 : City hall Janitor hhaiitwiii ( colored ) , $15. hlaitiwIn , it is tosiui , had to nlcrtgage iti householti furniture in order to raise the aniottnt. It COhlIOC from gooti atithotity that Mr. hiroatch is working itoth ehiito In lila cant- paIn for gubernatorial honors. lie itas been out alnong the IrIsh Catholics anti has tolti ( bent ito Is being knifed ity tie t. I' . IL's on necotlnt of tIle statul titat ho itas taken In behiitlt of the Catholics.Vltilu vorkin the PeIPlO who 10(111 toward tlte Catholic church , Mr. iroatch and his friends have also boon out among the A. 1' . A.'m' , tellIng tito members of that order that they lUU't etanil by him on aceotint of the great fight that ho matle agaltlst tile Itomanists laet fall. SOth'I'iI hAKOTA Sl1. % ' lOlti1'lOS 1101.1' . % 'luIte 31u'Eiul F'uiI ion % 'Ill Sot Alulilu' (11(1 Aln'i'ileeu ; lteiMllusl , YXNKTON , S. 1) . , May 27-Sp ctal- ) lr. S. V. Ross , member of tim tieinocratle stab central committee , lIsa nmatle a statement - mont relating to the contertiilg delegation to tue national convention , lie ears : "Tim 8tato central coitlltl'ttce held a meeting at 10 a. in. ( prior tb tile meeting of the conven- tion. ) It was then founti that the athlllinis- tratioti faction hind a Illajority of one and tIle COillInIttee selected tile convention chairman wIthout dissent frotn tite slyer- Ites. Tlteil ( lie question arose , 'Sitaii delegates - gates ilohililig Proxies frotn counties other titan their own ho entItled to vote otl tern- porary orgallizatlon ? ' The adntlttotration , or gold delegates , voted against tills proposi- ( ion , to 'tvhicii there was no opposition , But after ( lie contniitteo had adjourned , and just before the aseiilbhing of the convention , they-the goldites-.d kicovored tltey would bo forty-five vntea shtort alloulti thls rule be adopted. It t'as then that the kick ig be- gait. Chairman Boiler Presented the teilt- porary organizatloll and reati tite report of tile contrnitteo itloetillg. lie explaiiieth that it wait the tiilazliiutn30 ticcision of thto corn- niitteo. Then a vote was takeit relative to tile report of the conitntttee ott ( ho ques- Lion of proxies , and notwithstand ug thto adverse - verse ruling of the chair , time iroxfes ivero vctecl and counted. No sliver lflefl held proxies. " Dr Ross says the contesting delegates were regularly chosen and Sllould thio aliti.adnhinlstratioil delegates be lit the majority at Chicago the contertants' will certainly lie admitted , lie declares that every postmaster in the state anti every federal ofllcoltolder was a delegate and voted for the gold resulution. UI.I3'l3I.tNi ) , S'II I'I'XE' Ott I1IJSSIOLL. Vernuniut Deinoernls 'I'le a Iiei.leil Stiutiul Aguiliust Sliver. MONTPELIEII , Vt. , May 27.-Tile democratic - cratic state convention for the elction of delegatos.at-large to Chicago assembled hero today , The names of Cleveland. WhItney' anti Russell voro cheered loudly. F. M. S1cGrett' was chosen permanent chairman. Tile platfortn adopted declares as follows on the money qucetien : We demand tite maintenance of a gob ! standard as being for tile best interest of all our people , and especially of those who are obliged to labor for what they receive , and we are opposed to the free Coitlnge of silver except Under International agreement - mont , Other planks conimenti ttte able , patriotic and statesnianliko administratIon of Grover Cleveland , and "aopecially his able anti timely Venezuelan message ; " thank Secretary - tary Carlisle for hl conscientious anti elil- dent management of the Treasury depart- nlent ; express sympathy with the Cubans ; denounce tim republIcan protection theory and favor a tariff for reventle , not foster- big trttsts nor unnecesaarily interferitig with business interests' , end denounce tilO republican party for fostering the secret , tinanterican , cowardly and despicable A. P. A. organization. Nominations for state officers were made as follnwa : Governor , J. Henry Jackson , Barre ; lieutenant governor , Dr. Ralph Sherwood - wood , St. Albans ; treasurer , James IIVil - llama , hlellowe Falls ; secretary at etate , WillIam II. Rider , Bristol ; auditor , 13. T. Seaver , North Troy , SOUTh DAICOI'A I'Ol'UIIS'l'S ItESOLYIO Clap County Cnn.lIdtite Our Go'eriuor Jl'iill I'uslietl. VERMILLION , S. D. , May 27.-Speclal ( Telegrani.-Clay ) county populists today elected Andrew E. Leo , S. 13. ilrokmait , T , H. Ayres , G. 13. Overitutz , Jared flunyon , Ole Kulcer , B. 1hottohofaon , Chris l'oter.'on , Ole Oissn , August ErIckson , Charles Chiassee , Janice Dwyro , L. A. Ar.tlerson , Bills White , Fred Knutson , C. Chlrldtonlen , P. W. Peterson - son , L. L. Dye , iCnudt Weeks , dehcgttoa o ( lie state convention at Aberdeen , Itesolu- tlons cotlitiletidatOry of the character of Andrew - drew B , Lee , Clay county candtiato for governor , were pasted. The delegation wa. ' instrticteui utianimously fcr htiin. The con Veiitiorl also p3350(1 the following resolution : We , the people's party of Clay county , renfllrm the cardinal principles of the Oniahia hilmttforitl' we favor free and Ilnhlinited co n age of silver at a ratio of 16 to I. without 'mtitlng ( or tIle coill'ellt of tue bond symidi. cate , foreigul or tlome.'etic , anti .igsiro that tltc , chief latin 't the campaIgn Ito upoti thttit groutui.VII favor all honol'nbie and con. itateiit ! efforts oti tile plrt : of the peoplo't PitrtY In the direetton of anlalgainatlon of all those voters OlPOsCti to tile rule of tIle lllOflO Power. AIc'I'iOR ChIAIitMA (1OWIY'S sc.ti.r. In.hlniln 1teluhhlcmlltCoiLIn1t tee Split III tu 1c ; . ( , F'ietioiis. INDrANAI'OLIS , May 27.-The two fac- tlona ot the republican state central comitilt' too hieki mectillgs in this city today. The factIon oppoolitg Cllairluan G'ovdy owl do- ruatlihihig Ilis position as citalritlan bus beoti in session at a hotel near tlto Union statloi ; , while Gowdy , with a nuiniter of friends , has been quartered at ( Ito Ietiionil , Jaitles A , Mount , candidate for governor , was seit for. 'rho antl.Gnwdy ItiCfl told I him lii. could settle tito tigltt anti the > ' , de- lilanlod Gnwdy't , scalp as chairman of tlto state coillrnittee , Mr. Mcunt choplorcil time factional troubles ill the midst of a caiti- palgtl and was inclined to able with Chair- tliflll ( Iotrtiy. It i'ald that cech dIstrict whose repienantativo bad voted to otist Gowihy would ho called 111)05 to lirtitl a coil- volItion for the ptIiposc of lepiithintlng tile itetloti of the reprtoentatlvo CII tile coni- nlittco. Most Of tilt , nomtiiinos for state I othicos are in tile city ondeavoritig tci iotir eli 011 tIte troubled waters , tiis ; lii,11iiCi.isilIIVNI.iiloilt for Iliulelt , At a inc'eting of the Ycutig Mett'n Tiiurs. toil floptlbllcan citlb last evening the follow. Iitg resolutions tvero IillanihIlOIltiiy iidopteii 1 I Whereas , JrugtIs count ) ' caste nt'arly (1110- thttlt of tim i'epiilmllcait votes In tile .ituto of Niltrasica , atid , \Vlierettie , In years past thIs county ltua lIati hut very few itiaces utIiil tile IOIUb1eU11 state ticket , 111111 , \Vitereas , It Its genoi'ally ceinceiled Iliat Douglas county. will be entitled to ouiu or mote placun on tite state tIcket , and the olilce of state treasurer Is oito of tlts niost I important f the lilaces of Public trust ; there- i fore , be it Resolved , That the YOtilig lttpuithiconx I 'I'liurstop cub of Dotigitime cnunty ht'ai'tily cit. I iiorett the candidncy a ! hloii , H. JO , hitileli for the Position of state treasulir , nIul , be It i further Resolved , 'runt we petition the repuitlientis of tha state to jolil with us In securing thn nomination 01' Sitr , llalcii , to. the ttlatl ) het litted did elUi8)fl'il for ait1 pasitloit. igulitre ( lit' 8Iiey Rustic , OCAI.A , VIa , , May 27--Thie thunby. I Dhubb ivlng of tue republican party , repro. tenting thirty-nine out of forty-flvo coon- le ; held its state convi'ntioit ! tie toils' 'I md tiotllnatetl a state tIcket headed by I. I It , Guitby fr governor atoti ii. 5 , ( ihiibio ( or tecretary f state , Tile platform atiptui etivocateil a general protective tariff alliliciellt to pay tie miecca. tary expenses of thu gtvel'ntnelit anti to trovltlo an abio defeitse ; an lucreaucs of tile army and uavy and otliur liuproyt'nleills ( If I. national character , The maticy question "its not mentIoned In thte , . I N.iuslsiuteal for Cusii'rse , CIItIttYVLF , lCttu , , May 7V'ttlC P3U. IsIs of this ( Third ) district in 4on'ctiitiou , iayu nornlttated 13. 8. flidIy CIr Vittsburg or yOIgrelsiuan , SILVER \1INS \ AT PITTSIIURC PfrflIRllCtIt CharlnSfl ! of the Convention a rroo Oofnago Man , SINGLE-ISSUE FACTION SCORED FIRST ' ! t fill I lie luiu ; . ' ' ( tt'sI iIi . % SttiI' tIit' l'ruIsiIi I Iit ; ist l'i''ei tilt ; ; ( iii ill tIut' 'i'ry StnrISuciite of iiporIer. l'iTTSIIUILG , : tlay 27.-'nrlotie , anti catis. tic In ( lie extreme cas tue first ulay's scosloit of the sevcilthi national ltroh bition conven- tiOll. At least otto-half tito time ( lie delegates - gates % VCre Ill a bedlam of confusIon , anti on several occasions the ItresItlins oflicet hiatt to call upon tile band to jtia > ' iii order to tiulet the di.scrtier. There watt a fight betneen tim broatigauge anti the 5111510 Issue or gold standard 111011 from the cad , The light was precipitated a few tnolilent.s after tim con- veittluti was citlicti tO order and In ( ho Iliornng and evening sessions thIngs In general ran riot , Tue free silver faction carried the day , htowover , and itt 6 o'cick titi eveliltig elected C. 'iS' , Stosart of 1111- 11018 permanent chairnlalt over A. A. Stevelm of Peilnsyivanla , vIio was hacked by ( ito gold rtattdarii delegates. Anti totliglit ( ho free silver faction are in nit ecstacy of delight - light over tile victory , Tlio coilvetltiotl'as hteIth In the l3xpomiltloa building atid there hero over 5,000 spectators itt uttetitiance. it wan not as largo as ( lie leatlers hail exl'ecteti , btit there were onotight people to fIll the hail , nail what they lacked lit tttinlbers tltey lIlfltio up in clltilusiantn. Elated % t'ltil victory , tito free ttlver crowd % itS deternlliiei to early tiirottgit a broatl gauge piatforni , s'lll'o tito Ollositioil is titilto as ileterillttied it nhtIl ; be a single iuitlo Itlat- forni , tieciaritlg for Itrollibition alone. Eatb faction clalnls a majority , hilt trout today's fight it would serili ( lInt the factions are pretty ovotily divided. As thte proininotlt 111011 of ( ho party caine into the Itali they wore each in ttlrll given an ovation of applailso , atiti as the hour for calling the convention to order approacitod ( lie enthusiasm Increased , WELCOME TO PITTSRUIG , It waa long after 10 o'ciuk WIIO1I Samuel Iickie , cllalrillaIl of tilt ) tiatloital central comnlltteo , Stepled 111)011 tue platfortit mid called tile cOil''eiltiOli to order.'hell lie html clone this 110 called upon Rev , Louis Alfred thanks , l.l ) . of Brooklyn , to invoke tile blessing of ( oil. 'fho call of thin convention was rent ! , after which lb. N. Castle of this city made an adtiree's , vehcoittlng the delegates to this city , In tlte couro'o of his address , Mr. Castle tutu : "SIx niontits ago , titrouglu your excctlUvo conltnittee , 3'Oti vere iil''itOi ( to come to Pittaburg. You accepted our lnvltatioll and now I have the hotter of wohconiing you to our cty a.a tue relreeelltatlves of nit aritiy of 300,000 of the ntost loyal and single- itcartod patriots and of 600,000 of as tlovoteei , I cohleecrated women as ever gatllered under any bailner or made warfare against aiiy enemy , You iiavo come from all sectIons of this vast country , froits east , froiti icVeat , from north , Cr0113 routli , you have caine to our splendid cIty of Pittaburg , the city Vltoe nat ollal boutldarlems inchitde the opot whtero WashIIulgton first demonstrated his ability to be a leather of men ; the city where tiio republican lart in purity and trtithful- 11010 was born for the oavliig of tim coon- try. "Pittaburg aeked the privilege of enter- talnilig the rcpubhicail coltvention , but St. Louis opened a free bar and modern repub- hlcattlsin coull not resist the temptat'oii of a free drink. \ \ ' did hot ask for the dontocratic COltVeiltiCIl PttsbUrg has a horror for dead tillilga. Thcre'a a great fItness in democracy's going to that city of tlte plains where there's such a elilenihid chance for a buryittg ground beyond thio possibility of contntIltilitlon of ar or ivater , I feel sure I speak ( ito heart of 1'Ittsburg when I welco.ne you to our city and bid you by the industry and surroundings that ltnvo ntaule this city great , learn the road to great- Then after reviewIng the history , progress alIt ! growth of ( Ito prohibItion rnovonlcnt Ito concluded as follows : "And may God AlmIghty bless your corning - ing attd may an i'thinighlty Got ! , through you , curse and blight and wither and drotroy the legalized huller trnmc , the greatest foe to Gail and humanity over Invented In hell or patented on earth. " When time applause following this address had died away , Citairitman DIcklo made a brief reply In which Ito tllatlkeil Mr. Castie arttl the citizens of I'httsburg for the cordial treatineitt thto represontatVves of the itro- liibition party hind received , He had at- tcitIed many conveiltioun of the party. lie had atteilded it when it wes a party of muter importaitce In tue eyes of tito older political btiios , but lie thanked God that lie html lived to see it become of stich Itro- portIons that it was now recognized throughout - out tile nation. Ilotlt spealcors wore fre- queiitiy interruptctl by applause. SILVER IS A LOSER , \\'lion lie had finlYilell hIs response to the address ilo aaiti ho had tIle honor to in- trodilce tile geiitletnan chosen to act as teitmporary chairman by tile national contnilt- tee , Mr. A , A. Stevens of l'ehinsylvanla. When lie said ( lila , Cliauncey L. lunth of CaUfornia arose and said lie had a minorhy report to offer , lie Woihid present. tlte name of 13. J. Wheeler maId move that it be aiitm. utltuted for that of Mr. Stevens. ho was told to sit clown by Mr. Dickie , btit h'efilSL'd. An uprcar followed , with cries of "Sit clown , " Mr. Stevens took ( Ito citnir , Mb. Dunn refused to sit doivIm and applaIeil from the decisIon of tim chair. lIe was again told to alt down atid tltero was all- otiter storm of ( lisappl'oval , "I'm asklitg Mr. Dickle to rtthe upon niy appeal , " yelod Mr. hiOun. "We won't xiib. mit to tub's gag ritle , " There were crIes front all llarto of the hail for Mr. lickio to coitte forward alit ! tilahto a ruling OIl the apieii. lie came out It leiigthi Ilhilid hisses end howls and nab ! Lhcro could ho 110 appeal taken in flIt un- arganlzod body. Fl iialiy , for hiariliony's take , Mr.Viieeier wltiidrow hula iiartio after the PolicO had been Ca led to eject IinVuhy iclegaten. Mr. Wheeler was loudly clit.'ered and there were denunciatory , cries against what the broadgaugcr4 termed outrageous ug rule. Mr. Stevens , toluporary cimalrman , fInally iutcoetieii ill roatoring order , and then lIre- : eetleti to address tue collvontlon , lie briefly reviewed the history of the proiill4tion urty. telling the causes which led up to Its organization. lie toitl of tile different con- fililtiofla ( Ito party hail held and paid a otiloglatle trliuite to each presidential con- Ildate Wile In turn had barbIe the staituisrd Sr tile party , lu conclusion Ito aad the republIcans wotul'i at their convention do- Ilara for tarIff reforiii , the uhoinocrats for sotmnd money anti the floliulillts for free tllver , Esell had a dominant Issue to ad- vocato. The prohibition party ehtouild now TOhilo forward wIth Its iloininant lsue , It. titould have prohibitIon anti notto other. lie was loudly applauded when ho had tin. sited , At this point 3rr , flIckle aith lie had Ileg- ecteti to flniilti a temporary secretary in liohialt of tile nstlor.al committee , Tub , " 4entioliunn cltoen was A. B. Wilson cii 1111. ' 1015. There wore no objectIons and tile : lialrinait directed tue secretary to call tim roll by 5tatC for tile uhllllUllCClllent Of coin- inltte 'mt antI itmoluiberri , after whIch a rcee viis ialcen lintii 3 o'clock to give the corn- nlttees opjlortunlt3 to act. C1105l3 i'RItMANL3NT (2iIAIRMAi. ( It took over en hour for ( ito convention 0 go ( storIed after the recess. The coni- iiitoo ( oi crL'deiltlais reported , showing hat there cvero 811 delegates representing hilriy'llIlto staten present and ito contests. ito report wets unaiiiinously edopteil , Mr , talon Id. Gaugar , chlairmnan of the commIt- 810 ( ill jermnaimeiit organizatIon and lules , shorted , rccoiilinolnllllg 0 , 'iT. Stew. ft of IllinoIs for pertnallont chair- roti of the collvvmtlon , Mr. For. ; ttfl 431 NOSY Yotk offered a minorIty report. ec'lltnenillig : ; A. A , Stevens for imurma. tent cilairillan , Stewart was the candidate tf tim broad gauge or free sliver ( actkni , vh'II 3tevetw true backed by ( Ito tIigio ( stIle wing , After oil hour of wild disorder ' : iiporory ChaIrman Steven. withdrew iii. :01110 : aa a canilidatu situ the majority resort - sort ranilig , : 0 , W , Stewart Perrulaneut. hail Illall Was utmanInlouisiy adopted. 'I'Itu Convention ( lion adjaurueti till i'cIcl tumnorruw morning.