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THE OMAHA DATLY BEIS. iTUESDAY. ! MAV "K. 1SO7.
SPECIAL. NOTICES Ailvfi-llnetnciilN for ( licxc column * will tic tultvn inilll 1in. . for ttio pvrnhiK nml until 8 | i. nt. for thu in ( ir ii I n K "nil Stimlny rilltlntiK , AilvofllntTd , ! ( riMitu-iitliiK' mini- liorcil 1-ln'di , ciin Iinvo tnmM-era nil- to a iiiiinliorrit li < tlcr In ! iir f Tlio lice. Aiift > vvrn KII nililreM fil he ili-llrrrrd on iiri-ifiiliitlon ill tin' k only. 1 1-iic n woril llrtt Inner ! lnn | 1 a > vuril Ihcri'iif ( IT. oIliliiK lalii-n for It-oil tliiin BBu for llu * flrnt Inmrr- lion. Tinr iiilvorllHFinoiidt imint be run COIINI-I-IIII vi-ly. SITI'ATIOXSVAXTKI ) . A GIRL WANTS SECOND WORK ; CAN DO fine walling. Address I , 49 , lice. WANTED , 1IY YOUNG MAN OP GOOD 1IAH- II * employe ! ilntlnc ilny limp. place In wet * for iHiard nml room ; best of ntttenr * * i' 23. I ! o. A-MI3 27' ' IlliM' . WA.Vi'HIJ MAM3 FEW ENERGETIC HUSTLINGMEN CAN V nml steady , profitable work with C. V , Ailanu Co. , S24 Si. ICth 81. H 47Z MEN WANTED TO LEAHN 11AHHEU TRADE at the Omnh-i Harbor CollfRe , finest In the went ; complete course , 8 weeks : terms ensy ; ind i for catalogue. 1317-1313 Douclas St. . Omnhn. II M710 June 4 * BAILSMEN von CIGARS : tr. MONTHLY nml pxpeiwft ; oM Mtatillshdl lioti'e : experience iinnec'pnfy : Inducements to custom11 ! * C. C. Illshop Co. . fit. Ixiuh. H-M2S5 31 * WANTED. MEN TO LEARN TUB HARTIER tmdn ; our new method Is thorough , constant practice ; competent Inslrui-tlims ; ftnnl expert exnrnlnatlrn ; wngp.q niul experience Saturdays In city slinpn befi rp comp'rilmj : .nitlT o' trmN Klvt-n students ; only requires two months to fprillp situation ; write to mint cimvi'iilrnt nd- ilrem for Illustrated entiling ! ! " . Moler System nt Harbor Schools , Chicago , St. l.ouls or Mln- neatiolls. II JIW2 2J WANTED A GERMAN FI/MUST WHO ALSO fppaks Enitllnh and cnn begin work nt once. 11. Unas. 1.1H Clinton. 1 317-26 WANTED. AN EXPEIUENCED TIIAVKMNO mnti tlmroiiRhly ncimilnlnl | with the llnuor bimlnpw. r.ml with an fstnbllwhnl trmle > In Inwii. Ferdinand Westhclmer & Hens , St. Joseph. MIL 11-118 59 A MAN roil GENERAL OFFICE WORK WHO hnH had yearn of pnirtlPnl experience with larire corporation or whnl tHla mercantile houie Mii.it IIP iillck | nnd nrrurata nt figure" . Bond ppnmnti r.nil thorouniily pnpable of oprnlns nnil clo ln r M't of borilts. Stale aRp , salary , pres ent mid former ocptipatlon. Applicants must answer iibovp leQUltemcnts to recPlvp atten tion. I , 47 , Hep. 4:5 2G INRTIirmnNS TO KI.13VATOII (1"NIt'rTOtlS In your PIIKP rr by mall : xvlll nunllfy for posi tion nti'l ' HcenFe. AiMress by mall , Illevator Inntruptor. life btlllcllnR. II-M43S 2S" YO1-NO MAN' . AIIOUT IS YHAUR OID , WHO cnn nml'c hlmsplf uteful In n Rrncery store. 191 ? Vllltnn strei't. I1-M4J7 2.V 1VA.\T13I-li'I3JIAI.U HUM' . ICO OIIII.S FOR ALL ICI.NOS WOUKj 1 TO J7 week. Canadian ofllcc , 1522 Douglas.C . C AI71S WANTKD , AM KXP-KRIENCED COOIC AN'D good laundress nt 124 So. llltli. C 233 WANTED , A COMPETENT ( Hill * AT ONCE. for Keneral Housework ; no nnsblnR. ami tlie bt t wages. 1C4 Piirk avenue , Council HlufTs. ' . C M312 WANTED NICK YOUNO NVRSE TO AMUSE two boys Ui nnd 2Vi years old. Apply at once. 11B S. 32tld Avo. C I2.V-28 I-'OU ItK.'iT IKIUSI-iS. HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OP THE CITY. Till1 O. F. Unvls Company , 1D05 Furnam. D 473 HOI 'SE31KNEWA & CO. , 10S N. 15TII ST. D 474 MODERN HOUSES , C. A. STAHR , 925 N.Y. LIFE D-475 CHoTfU 1IOUSKS AND COTTAR ES AI.rToVER the city , J3 tu tJO. FldL-llty , 1702 Furnnm St. D 47G HOUSES , WALLACE. 13HOWN HLOCK. ICTH nnd Douglas , D 477 . COTTAOKS .t STORKS. ALL PARTS of city. Uronnnn. Love Co. . 4311 1'axton block. D-473 MOVING HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS , Om. Van 4t Sturnge Co , . Hlj Farnam. T1. . 155-J D 479 LARGE LIST. M'C/AGUE. / 13TH & DODGE. D 4i > 0 HOUSES. FLATS. OARV1N DROS.1CW FARNAM D 131 HOL'SEd FOH KENT. IJEM1B , PAXTON' BMC. D ! S2 TURKINGTON. 11EE 1IUILD1NO. D 4S3 STANFORD CIRCLE COTTAGES ROOM - All modern. Apply 201 Hce building. D 772 TEN-ROOM MODERN I1RICIC HOUSE. 2411 CiiRt St. , $30.00. W. UMclhlo , Ml li-t Nat'l LnnK. D-MC04 6-HOOM HOUSE. INQUIRE 2700 DOUGLAS Btr-et. 0 M7CO 2011 HARNEY ; 10 ROOMS ; STEAM HEAT ! > JI783 June7 _ _ FOH RENT. ELEGANT FIVE-ROOM STEAM heated lint. Apply Flat 9. Dnvldfie Jllds. D M903 FLAT. DOUGLAS. NEAR 2ITH : ioiT. ern , Hiram hent ; nlso 5-rnnm * nt .110 So. 15th. Inquire Llnqulst , SK. S. 15th. D 917 HOUSES. J. II. SHERWOOD , 423 N. Y. LIKE. D-M17S _ SIX-ROOM MODERN FLATS. 1112 S. 11TII. D-M247 23 S-llOOM MODERN FLAT , V > H. KT1I. . J17.SO. Detnched < i-room dwelling with water nnd bewer connections nt 1321 N. 17th : rent. 512.00. W. 11 , Melklc , room 501 First Nut'l Hank. D-331 RENT , NICE HOUSES. 1100 MARCY. H/O.MS. BTHAM HEATED ItOOMS. TNLKPlinNE AND nil ennvcnlenceii ; rules reneoiuble. IhimlL Rest- ilencp. 213 S. 17th St. E 703 FURNISHED ROOMS. 17CS DOUGLAS ST. E 743 NEWLY FURNISHED ISOOMH. SI.NOI.B OH en BUlte. Apply 1M7 Lcavcnworlh rtifet. 3d lloor. E-.M210 2i FURNISIIKD ROOMS. tllC HOWARD. E-M2S1 FRONT ROOM , WITH AI.COVE. FOR ON'E or two netitli'men. CJ1 S. Jiith live. -M3JO S9 THltEE FUltNISHED ROOMS , HOUSEKEEP- Ing. 111 ? H. llth. E-M'48 g ; FiilNIKIlTi : : ) ItOOMS , HOUSEKEEI'INT . 2623 St. Muiy'f. E-M410 27 * lMill.MSllii ROOMS .1X1) HOAKI ) . NICE ROOMS. C100D HOARD. RATES REA- tunable. The Hem , : OiO Harney. II J-192 30 ROOMS AND HOARD , JWl DOUGLAS.F271S3 * F-271-S3 UTOPIA , 1721 DAVENPORT. F-M3CO 29 * NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS. WITH \ board. V015 Daugl.i * . F--MU.1 2i * Mllllli | ; I1RICK. ROOMS AND HOARD ; J3.M week. 5H I' t9th. K M4U31' FOR Itlj.NT STORI-iK AXU OKKICKi ! FOR RENT , THH 4-ST'l'V r.UlCJC 11UILDINU ut 91C Farr.am Si. Tnia hulldlr.K IMS a llrcpro : cciui-nt Utvcnu'tit , oomplPh ! fctt-am nesting tit turt-s ; water n all lk > oi . jut , etc. Apply u the uillr * of The Ilee. I 9li ) WAXTKU. WANTED. AOENTS ; ' , o PER MONTH ANL eipeiuei paid active men If rls.il ; goods eoU by sample nnly ; 8.imples. aUo horse nnd car rlnea furnished free. AdJrces Jobber , Hnx Wes lloston , Mans , J-134 STOHACI : . 1'ACIFIC STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE CO. CCS-S10 Jonet. Geneial Btonias und forwunllnf M-4SI OM. VAN & STORAGE. 1115 FARNAM. TEU 153 M III WAVl'IMf TO 1IIIV. HOUSEHOLD GOODS OF AI.L KINDS , OI will tell on roiiimlmlon nt our rrxular uc lion sales. Nebraska Aurtlon and Commit lion Co. , S. W. earner llth ai\.l Da.lre streets N M4I June it I Kt'RNITUitB. CAHPirrS. DEDDINO , irfC. nevr and ccon.l-linu I. at private nd aucilor sale ; regular nurtlon rul > > s Wednesday nd KuliirOjy mo-nlniis Ntbra-kn Auction an Cominltsl n Co. , 8. W corner Htli nnl D l streets. O' Ml3 JuncH KOH SAM : S HARDWOOD CRiniUMU , 11OO AND CHICKEN fence , cheaper than " 'all wire. " C. H. I * , 901 Douslas , Q-4S7 CIItCKKN. UOO * LAWN FENCE ; ALL WIRE ; cheaper than woo-J. Wire Works , 493 S. Hth. Q C6S-J-J CARPETS. DRAPEJUES , DtlESSCOODS. SIl.KS \l monthly on J1D purctinse. eeml poflal ; will call with samples. E Hlrsh. 1W ( Kyner Ave. Q-S93-J3 STOCKS GROCERIES , 1 ilEAT MARKET. 1 drug dlork. farms , rasiern Nebrnskn ; ncrraco In and nrounrt Omaha , Omaha city tron rty. H. II. Hall. 801 N. T. I * 'Q-TK .17 STANDARD IlRED MAUE. DELIVERY wason , Imrnew. high Rradc bicycle , phne- ton. Rooil work horse , fresh Jersey cow. buck- Lou rd ; nll bargains. Frank Hart , Center nnd t3d streets. Q-M243 25 Jf.8.00 WILL 11UY A KLM11ALL UPRIGHT pl.ino. In ( rood condition. Omaha. Morlunco I inn Co. , 306 South ICth street. Q M300 FOR SALE , I'ENCE POSTS , ON THE RIDGE rond. bMween Florence and Cnl'ioiin. Thomas Donrlly. Q-M375 21 * GARDENS & FARMS TO RENT. T. MURRAY. R-MS40 CI.AHlVOVA\T. SPECIAL ARRIVAL. FIRST VISIT TO OMAHA of the marvelous full llfc-rcadlnn clairvoyant nnd Irnnco medium , PROF. CLARENCE E. CHESTER. The occult wonder. Plain , practical , elenr- brnlned Information. The master mind lends , others follow. FEE MC rOC-50C AND UP FOR ONE WEEK. Ho tells your name , ace , occupation , advtgn In business , speculation , lava and nil family tioublpn , unite * the oi-pnratrd. names of frlend.1 nnd enemies. Satisfaction Riiarnntecd or no pay. If you have been disappointed by Incom petent clairvoyants call nnd be convinced of Prof. Clmter'a ability. No matter what others have bpcn , remember ho Is exactly as ha rep- rwnts himself to be. 3-Vc , DOe , 50c , und UP. ] Hours , 10 to S dally. PARLORS. 1915 FARNAM ST. , first floor. let ters with Rtnmp answered. S 313 21 * AtilSi I1ATIIS , K'l'C. MADAM SMITH. 1C17 HOWARD , MASSAGE. Btenm baths. T-M2S5 2C Mis"ijlT. LKON. ELECTRIC MASSAGE HATH parlors ; lestful nnd curative. 417 S. llth. up- stairs. M-390 2i I'KHSO.VAL. VIAVI FOR UTEU1NB TROUBLES. 210-S UEE jjUg. ; physician , conauJtutlon or health book free. U 4S3 ATiisr"MASSAGE ; MME. POST , sis'.i s. ISTH. SUPTURE : CURED , PERMANEVTLY ; NO painno detention from buelntEi ; we refer to thousands of pa'len'.a cured. Call or write The O. E. Miller Co. . 932-3 New ork Llh building , Omaha. - 11ALDNESS CURED. 3S6 UOARD OF TRADE. MISS MAYER , SURGEON-CHIUOl'OIH.ST , ' manicure. It. 400 Pavton block , diploma 1880. FXPOSIT1ON INVESTMENTS , FOR PLEAS- iiro and proflt sec U P. Judson's want nils , Council Illuffs page. U-M.G1 V1.-II1F F RYLEY , MANICURE AND CI1IR- ojwdlst' , yis. with Miss Miiyer , 201 Kn bacli bk. GR\ND HALL , TO HE GIVEN ON > THE OLD Fair Broimds. In tbo Floral hall , opp. the Brnnd- itniid. Bun-lay eve. . May 30 ; good music , trunk Leslie , . _ _ " - YIUIJ Tin * TALL LADY OF T IE TWO WHO passed n gentleman coming , out of Ilennett s store n they were going In Monday evening. May 21 please communicate with him , cnio of L CO. The IH-e. U-M443 27' MUMSY TO LOA.V ItEAL I3STATE. ANTHONY I/A"N" & TRUST CO. . 316 N. Y. L. : uulck money al low rates for choice fmm lands In lowu. northern Albisourl , eastern Nebraska. W 49J /DANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY property. W Farnam BniltU & Co. , 132' ) F.jnum. 6 J-KIt CENT MONEY ON NEIl. & IA. FARMS , W. It. MelUle , 1st Nat'l lilt , bldg. , Omaha. * \ 498 MONEY TO IXAN AT IXW RATES. THE O. F. Davis Co. . 1S05 Farnam St. W ISO - , 1 TO Hi YEARS ; LOWEST Garvln liros. , 1013 I-'ornum St. Of ) OMAHA PROPERTY : LOWEST HATES ; al'idlne loans wanted. Fidelity Trust Co. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA real estate. Rrennan , Lave & Co. , Pnxton block. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPnOVED OMAHA property. Pusey & Thomas , 207 1st Not ! Ilk bid W-235 FROSI jioo.oa UP. F. n. WEAD , ieih & Douglas. W-I97-J19 Ml\l < : r TO I.O.VX OHAT'I'ICLS. MONEY TO LOAN 30 , 50. DO DAYS ; FURNI. limplnnos , etc. Duff Urecn. R. 8 , llarker blk , x-r-oo MON'EY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS , horses , wagons , etc. , at lowest rutra In city ; no removal of goods : strictly conllilenllal ; you can pay the loan ore at any tlmn or In any amount. OMAHA M011TGAGB LOAN CO. . 306 So. 161 Ii St. X t9J C1IAXC13S. FOR RENT-SMALL WATER POWER MILL fan also handlu grain. Address box 63 , Lin coln. Neb. Y W1-J9 I'OR K.YCIIAXGB. WANTED , A HARDWARE OU IMPLEMENT stock In fichu nee for dock In a jobbing house ; goaj opening ; making money , good reasons for selling , Autlress M ICO. Ilee cilice. Council Itlufls. 7-M101 WILL TRADE NO J REMINGTON. NO. SS.OOO. for a gent's wlu'tl ; will pay part rash If uec- rsiary. U 33 , Dee. Z-31S 24 * WANTED A GOOD TEAM IN EXCHANGE ' " piano. Inquire of A. Bhaw , at llayden Urcs , . harness department. Z IJ4 16 WANTED , GOOD GROCERY MAN TO RENT store room In best location In South Omaha ; has hail the best business for five ytarr ; will be vacant early In June. Low rent. Address P. S. Cniey's meat market , cor. Hth nr.d M Blirelt , South Omaha , Neb , Y4JO FOU SALE. 1 0 WILL PtWClIASB AN 8- tabllihed and paylue business ; good location. Address L. 45 , OJee. V MUSIS' KOIl SAL12 ItnAlj ESTATE. HOUSES , LOTS , FARMS. OAND8. LOANS. Gee , P , Bemls Real Estate Co. , Pnxton Ulock. RE Ml BARGAIN , ONLY 300.00 FOR LAROr. I.OT. ON grade , at 2Sth avemio and Cocby ( trp t. Gar- v'n Uros. , 1613 Farnam street. RE MG33 GREAT nARGAlNS IN HOUSES AND LOTS In any nnd every pnrt of the city , north , enst. south nnd west , ranging from K 0 lo } 5 Coo or SC.OOO and upwards. Any terms desired. Ilcmls , 1'axton block. TIE < I75 KOUNTHE PIuVCG llAItaAINS , ti.W > . .7M TO te.ACO ; nee photos at IClh nnd Farnnm ; Morja Illdg. J. J. Gibson , C1I First Nat. llnnk tlldg. ItR Ml foil PALEI , LARGE I.OT WITH TWO HOUSES ran fell me or both ; the rent of nno house pays Interest on the whol * tnvestniont : a bnr- g.iln If sold M f.ncr ; terms easy to rlzht party. Address L 20. Dee olllce RE 512 20 WANTED , A PURCHASER FOR MY EIGHT- ronmod hoti'P ; lot 35xHO ; Incntc.t. 1514 North 22.1 street. Omaha. Seven blocks south Trnn mls- slsslppl Krouml . Oimd nrlftlilmrhiKhl , hot nnd cold city nnd cistern wnter. rns. every run- venli-mc. A cnmfc rlnblc. ciuy lottnue home for J2.W.1. Hnsy tcrm < < ; tltlo pifct. . Apply to Mr. rharlMi Doolcy , Wntef WnMji ndlcc. llpp build ing , or W , S. Scnvry , Hnstlni ; * . N < b. I I RE-417 V IMPROVED IltlSINESS PHOPERTY PAYING 12 per cent cross , ' price 1H.CW. Write L 4 , life. RE 1 _ _ J-ROOM HOUSE , 1IARN. ETC. , 5I1S HAMILTON St. . J2Ol CO. C-rn in linu o with 1V5 ncrea land , KOI No. 21th St. , $2.000.CO. D-ronm house , S. E. cor. SSlh nnd Pacific Sis , , J2.ono.00. B-room h us < > , .1(21 ( Hurt St. . .200.00. 4-room hou c. bnrn , large lot , north , } , " > 00. 10-room house , birn. etc. , 1503 Ynt t. . 12.0(1.1.00. ( B-room house , r.ft18 Llnilsey nve. , 47W.CO. 160 acres In Sirpy pnunty .Improved , 13,000.00. 100 acres In Snrpy county. Improved. IJ.L'W.W. 4H nc-n-s V milefmm Mlllanl. Jl.SCO.W ) . M arres rn Iloulevnnl near llcllevue , J2.250.CO , 30 acres with line KTOVP. spring \\nler , c-tr , pult- nble for stock fpcdlnR pnrpuspt. Jl.50D.Ofl. fp',4 iirrcs i miles pouthMcat , Jl < KO.OO. 40 arrps within 4 miles of po tollce. ! } 2 < 00.00. POTTER AND GEORGIA COMPANY. S. W. Cor , ICth nnd Fatnnm Sis. i | I | ji j Ho was nn artist , quito calm and serene , And painted queer posters in purple and green , By way ofdivertlsement , He tried an advertisement , And now he's so busy he seldom is seen. it. u. w. 4-llOOM COTTAGE AND LA11GE LOT. AT half Ihu value. 1813 Norm 21st. HIS M307 5 ACHES. 4',4 MILES OUT , KOH MOO CASH ; for three days only. Cell nt 1S10 Grace st. HE M4U 23 * NOTICE , TIIK HAWSON ESTATE , LOCATED nt N. E. corner 12th and C.ifs , will be noltl May 2C , from 3 to 4 p. m. , ut north door court house ; come to the sale. J. W. lloudebusli , ailmr. HE M433 23 * FOH HAhE. NICE 7-KOOM COTTAGE , NEAH 2Gth nnil I-'nrnam ; n bargain , If taken soon. Good 5-room hout-e , Arbor 1'lnce. Six choice loLs close to Hanscom park ; nlso Ir rigated lands on easy terms In tracts to suit purchatcr. Columbian Investment Co. . First National Hank bulldlntr. HE M434 ASTHOI.OGY. 1'ROP. A. MASEIf 0115CJYIT. . PALMISTHY ami nstroloirv. the wonder of the nee ; imst. piosent nn l future lohl tr no charge ; at 202G Ilnrney ( .trent , Omaha , Neb. 11323 2S SIIOHTIIAM ) AX1J TYl'ISWHITl.VG. A , C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL , CIS N. Y. LIFE. EM frT OMAHA IJU3. COLLEGE , ICTH & UOUGLAF MS FOH I113XT HOTEL FOH HENT OF 30 ROOMS , AMES AVE. and 34th it. , opposite exposition grounds ; almost new ; rent reaionable. Hernia , Puxton blk. MC49 MUSIC , AHT AMI LANfiUAOR. QEOnciE F. GELLENBECK. HANJO , 1IANDO. lln anil guitar teacher. 1S07 I'urnam street. To' KS. 903 l-'OH NATURAL STONI3 WALKS , TEL. 412 OU eend postal to A. Stutzer , 335 Board Trnde. 11731 Junes * SAWED NATURAL STONE , ARTIFICIAL , brick. Tel. 1CS9. W. J. Welihnn * , SC9 S. Utji nt. 113- K.JII'LOVMU.VT OJi-KICR. AM.EJ1ICAN AND GERMAN EMPLOYMENT bureau , 15JI Dodge. Telephone , 876.MBC3 MBC3 JylJ DHI'S.S.lIAKINt ; , TO THE LADIES O [ * OMAHA : THE MISSES Jj'iuer will open Ihelr tlrvFi-muklnff parlor Mrn- ilay. May 24 , Stylish nml flnt-clnnH work t'unr- uiiteeil. I'rlcrti to null the times. Ground Moor , 1613 Douglas ft. M3G3-21' LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN-ONK SORREL MAHE , \vhltB Mrlpc on face ; one bluclc colt one year old , star on fnreheml. Literal reward If re turned to 3032 Saratoga street. J , W. Lewis. Lost 422-25 A WHITE DOO WITH JIUOWN HEAD ( bitch ) , last Joint of the tall cut off ; was taken nwny from 9th St. , outh of Haucroft , Sunday morning ; name"Jenny. . " Oood reward by notifying Sophus P. Ncble. WuBhlngton ball. Lost 423-21" LOST , HUNCH OF KEYS WITH SILVER chain nttiuhttl ; $1 reward If left at Kip- lingers cigar store. lx t Ml | 25 I'I'llOLSTIOHI.Vr. REI'AIRINO AND 1'AC'KINO. Couches and cu lilonn. mattresses made am ! renovated. Prices will please you. See M. S , Walkln , Zlll Cumlng street. Telephone 1331 , -507 rASTUIl.VGK. HORSES ONLY. HOARD KENCKS , SPIIINQ water. A. W. I'hclpa & Eon , 207 N , T. Life. _ Ml 3l rilQTO-H.VGUAVlXG. WB MAICH FINE HALF-TONES , ZINC I5TCH- Ings , emboiKlntr dies , Irl-color plats or any- thine In uu-iD-date engraving. We guarantee Urn * , quality and wormaniulp. Woman's Weekly , Nineteenth ana Farnsm. June 1J UFE iNs.roucjaa NOUGHT , w. v , IIOLDHH 5CJ Sl'ECIAI. AUCTION SALE OK HOUSEHOLD goods ( "very We < lnesd y and Saturday morn- Infra. Nebraska AucMon- and Commission Co. , S. W. corner Hth nnd Dodge lre H. t-T J MltSJunoM M12 LADIES ! CHtritKSTEn-S EN-OLISH 1'ENNY- royal I'llls ( Diamond l > n'nl < ) ) . arc the best ; * afc , rplltble ; tnkc no other ; rend 4c ntfimris for particulars. "Relief fox.Jwidle < < , " In letter by return mall ; nt dniRBl'ts. Chlchester Chem ical Co. . Philadelphia , J'a , M nil Ion lire. -MI332J * I.ATl-ST MODKL TYPEWIHTERS ! SUPPLIES. Unllcd Typewriter A Supplies Co. , 161 ! F.iniam \VXimolvK IIS. ' 1. MAnOWlTSS IXJANS MONEY , 418 N. ST C01 SUKS & CO. , > FAThST SOMCI10KS n .A' Dcollulldlnp. "ffl- Uinnlm Neb Advlco nnil I'ntoni Hook KltKK AND SOHBiOAL INSTITUTE JiV We ctu-u Catarrh , All UNciiNC * of InNO.HC , Throat , Clir.sl , Stomach , HiMvelN ami l.lvoi'i llydroci-lc , Varl- -oci-lc , Syiilillln , Conorrlioi-a. NFRVOII DPHII ITY AnJ n" lta nl- L , VUUa UL.UIL.HI unillUB alHmm * 1 nmonir YOUNO. JllDDLK AUI3D nnU OhU MKN. TOnn AND SK"IN "Iseam-s , 8on > . Spots , UUVJU JllflJ Ottltt . . i.ml..n | | , , Sirofula , Tul nora , Tetter , Mezema and Hlooil 1'olson thormijili- y clenlircil from the ryutcni ; HEO ! Wcaknons u ( Organs , Inflanmiatlon , Huptures , 1'lli-s , I-'Istula , tc. " 1ATAHRH Throat , tunss , I.lvcr , Dyspepsia OAtAttnn nn(1 nll , , owc , nm , Htim'nch ' ! " . JADIES ° lvYri careful n"d ppcclnl attention " " " * for nil tliclr many nllmcnts. iVRITP Your troubles If out of city. Thou- tf ill ii ] curt-d home - Enlll9 nt by coi-rcspond- 'I1CC TUKATMKNT HY MAIICnns.Uiatlon free. Omiliii Medical ami Surgical Inslitatc KID , " . DoilKC SlOiualia. . Nvli. ni'WOUTII MiAtil'K ' COXVE.VTIOX. Local Dlt-nihors Want ti > Secure Oat- for Omaha , Representatives of the Epworth IcaRiics of Omaha , South Omaha and Council Bluffs net In one of the parlora of the Young Men's Christian association building last light to discuss the prbject ot securing the lext Inteinational convention of the league for Omaha. Tluso convention. ? are held bi ennially and tha next oho occuis In Toronto , July 15 next. It was unanimously decided that the 1S99 convention 'Should be held In Omaha and the discussion was largely de voted to a consideration of the best means to bring It about. It was dually decided to bring the matter ; up at a ma3 meeting which will be held at the First .Methodist church at 3 o'clock'Juno ' 5. The progtam aud other arrangements for that occasion wcro left to commlttojta , but it was expected that the meeting will be addressed , by a iiumbar ot prominent Ircal speakers. The International convention involves the attendance anceot from 15,000 to 13,000 , delegates from every part of the world. No honest dealer will try to sell what hp 1-nows the customer did not order and docn i nt want. Substitution thrives for a tlino. 'nit ' In the long run It goes to the wall. IOCAI. ItRfoVITIHS. The Blue Rockets will get a couple of pro fessional base ball players. Captain Lahey s very much pleased with hie nine. The tenth anniversary of the Central Pres byterian church will occur this evening. The anniversary exercises will be hold In the church parlors. Charles Uussell , 1123 North Twenty-seventh street. South Omaha , has reported to tlio police of this city the lose by robbsry ot a juggy and a considerable quantity ot har ness. ness.William William Miller , Eighth and Bancroft streets , who was arrested Sunday night for tlng his wlfo , pleaded guilty to the charge of assault and battery In police court yesterday and was fined $25 and costs. A permit was Issued yesterday for a new brick block at IJ10-18 South Thirteenth street. The building will be 33x53 feet , thrco stories and basement. H will bo builC by Harold Brown at an. estlmaled cost of JC.OOO. A summons from the supreme court , or- lerlng the several members of the city coun cil to answer before that court by Juno 22 , n the nuo warranto proceedings brought by Daniel H. Wl'eeler ' and the other deposed members of the late city council , was served yesterday upon the councilmen. Jamcrs Stirling of Glasgow has Inquired of the chief of police regarding the present whereabouts of ono William Held. Reid left Scotland four years ago and located at Buffalo , N. Y. The writer says that ho understands Held Journeyed to this city by "boat" some tlmo last fall. . Mrs. Nora .Mahonoy . Is being sheltered at the police station until she can find a lost daughter , Kate , who Is married. Mrs. Mahoney has forgotten the name of her daughter's husband. The woman Is C8 ycara of ago. She came to this city from Hot Springs , Ark. , aud has only $2 In her pos session. George Hold , the former foreman of the sewer repair gang of the city , Is confined to his homo by Injuries received from the heels of his horse last Thursday. He was putting the animal In the stable , when It kicked him In the face. He received a long gash In tbo forehead and chock , Several stitches were put Into the wound , Tlio Nebraska Cycle company yesterday swore out a warrant In police court agalntt Cecil Peterson on the charge of larceny as bailee. The company alleges that It sold a wheel to the woman on the installment plan last fall and have now discovered that she rallied It off last winter without completing her payments. The woman Is employed In a down town restaurant. The local papers recently published an Item to the effect that Peter Bonnet was arrested as a result of shuio domestic dim- culty ho had with his l vlfe. Mr. Bonnet denies this. Ho states tiat | ho had a row with a man who wns expostugi Ills person In the presence ot Mrs , Bonnet. Bonnet whipped the man and was arrested. Ho was later Jlscharged , no ono appearing against him. Judge Powell did not''lender his decision yesterday on the motion made by the bondsmen ot the defaulting ox-state treas urer to quash the Muittthons In the case brought apalnst therii by- Attorney General Smyth on the ground that the courts cl this county have no "jurisdiction. Judge Powell Bald ho would ph > baby ] render his de cision on tUIa motion later In the week. Mrs.Joscphinol'ollilH/ofDiioTVest , S. 0. , liatl a Bovero case of catarrh , whichfinally bcuamoso deep-seated that she waa entirely lU-af in ono car , andpartoofthobonoinhernoso Bloughed oir. The best physicians treated her in vain , and she ueed various nppli- _ . . . . _ _ . . _ . . . cations of 880 11 DV sprays and iiSEBiill III washes to no WWBBBaW EJ I avail. Fourteen bottles of S. S. S. promptly reached thu scat of the dis. case , and cured her sound and well. 8. 8. S. never falls to eyre a blood disease , aud it is tbo only remedr which reaches dccp-scaua < ' , at-s. Guaranteed pure- lu ivyctablt. Books fltei tdurofis bwUt Spucillc Co. , AtUnta , Go. CINCINNATI BEATEN AGAIN Colors Lowered by Brooklyn a Second Time. REDS ARE UNABLE TO HIT MR , KENNEDY iM Carry Ott ( tie IloiinrM by n Si-ore oC II li > -I Ueenril o ( ( illllK-M Oil UUlVC DIlllllOllllM. ISronUlv" . 0 ; Clnclnnntl , < . Chlnmo. 1 ; New York , 4. Iloaloii. 5i IxjulavlIU ; . 3. Cli'vcliuiil , 9 ; Vlilliuli-llihln , S. Hi. I.ouls. 7 ; Washington , 13 , l'lttBliurKi No sttmo ; rain , K , 4 ; St. ruul. . 3 ; Indlnnnpolls , 1. CINCINNATI , .May 21. The llrooklyna again defeated the Ilcds today. The visitors scored four runs In the second Inning nnd. tlio Ilcds were nimble to hit Kennedy. At tendance , 3,000. Score : rinelmmtl 1 4 Brooklyn 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-C Hose lilts : Cincinnati. B ; llrooklyn , 10. Erorrs : Clnclntmtl , 2 ; Brooklyn , 2. Earned runs : Cincinnati , 1. Two-base lilts : Ken- nody. Irwln , Throo-baso nit : Anderson. Stolen bases : llurkc (2) ( ) , Miller , Holllday , Irwln. Double plays : Anderson to Shlndle to arltn. First b.iste on bull * : Off Anderson , 3 : off Kennedy , 3. lilt by pitched balls : By Uhlncs , 2. Slruek out : Hy Uhlncs , 1 ; by Kennedy. 1. Hutterlca : Cincinnati , lllilnes , Ehret and Schrlever ; llrooklyn , Kennedy and Grim. Umpire : Lynch. CHICAGO , 1 ; NEW YOHK , 4. CHICAGO , May 21. A very small crowd r.aw the Giants win a. pitchers' btxltlo from the Colts today. A base on balls and three hits In the fourth did the business. The outfielders on both sides had a busy iltiy , nineteen batsmen perishing by that route. Weather cloudy nnd cold. Attendance , UOO. Fi'core : mtciiKO 0 00001000 1 New York 0 00301000 -I Hase hits : Chicago , G ; New York , 7. Errors - rors : Chicago , 2 ; New Yotk , 1. Earned ilns : ChloaRO. 1 ; New York , 2. Two-base lit : Clark. Pacrlllco hits : Pecker and 5'eiison. Stolen base : Glenson. Struck outBy Grilllth , 2 ; by Sullivan , 2. liases on balls : Off GrlllUh , 2 ; oft Sullivan , a ; off Mot-kin. 1. Hit with ball : Thornton , Joyce. Batteries : Chicago , Grilllth and Klttredge ; New York , Moi-kln , Sullivan and Warner. Umpires. McDonald nnd O'Day. nOSTON , 5 ; LOUISVILLE , 3. LOUISVILLE , Mny 21.-Nichols was too mich for the Colonels today nnd the Hcnn IJati-i-s won a nlco'.y-phtyed game. Magco Pitched his Hist whole game for tbo home team. and. barring a litlie wlldnoss , did irooil work. Attendance , 1,000. Score : Boston 2 * 5 -oulsvlllo 0 00200010 3 liase hits : Boston , 8 ; Louisville , 7. Er- ors : lloston , 3 ; Louisville , 3. Earned runs : Uoston , 2. first base on balls : Oft Nichols , 1 : olT Mugee , fi. Struck out : Hy Nichols , S ; > v Mngce , 2. Tliree-naso hit : Tonncy. Two-base hit : ExeUr. Sacrifice hit : I.owe. Stolen bases : I.owe. Wilson. Duffy. Long. Double plays : Long to Lowe to Tcntiey. Passed bail : Bergen , 1. liattcrles : Uoston , Nichols and Bergen ; Louisville , Magce and Wilson. ITinpIre : McDermott. CLEVELAND , 9 ; PHILADELPHIA. S. CLEVELAND. O. , May 21. Philadelphia outplayed Cleveland at every point through > iglit Innings , and then the Indians pounded Taylor all over the lot and won out. At tendance , l.OOQ. Scoie : Cleveland 12000101 4-0 Philadelphia 1200001-10-8 Base hits : Cleveland. 1C ; Philadelphia , 14. Errors : Cleveland , 3 ; Philadelphia , 1. Earned runs : Cleveland , 4 : Philadelphia. 1. First base on balls : Off Young , 2 : off Taylor , 3. Struck out : Uy Young , 3 ; by Taylor , 1. Homo run : Taylor. Three-base hit : Teheau. Two- ba.so hits : MicKean , Wallace , KImmer (2) ( ) . Sacrincn hits : McKcan. Wallace. Stolen ) : ises : Geler , Coolpy , Delehnnty. Hoyle. Hat- terles : Cleveland , Young and /Simmer ; Phil- ailelphia , Taylor and Clements. Umplr * Sheridan. ST. LOUIS. 7 ; WASHINGTON. 13. ST. LOUIS , May 21 , The two tall-enilcrr came together for the first tlmo this after- noun nnd tlio Senators tooic a loosely played game by lucky hitting. The Urowns touched up McJames freely and King was substi tuted in the sixth Inning. Score : St. Louis 0 7 Washington 0 13 Base. Jilts : St. Louis. 11 ; Washington , 10. Errors : St. Louis , 3 ; Washington , 4. Earned runs : St. Louis 3 : Washington , 11. Two- base hits , Abbey , Wrlgley. Three-bane hits : McFarland , Houseman , Brown. Homo run : A they. Stolen bases : Dowd. Turner , Cart- wright , Wrlglcy. Double plays : Cross to Houseman to Douglas , Hart to Douglas to McF.lrlnml. First base on balls : Off Hart , 3 ; olt McJames , C. Hit by pitched ball : Hart- man. Struck out : By Hart , 4 ; by McJames , 10 ; by King , 1. Batteries : St. Louis. Hart and McKarland ; Washington , McJames , King and McGulre. Umpire : Bmalle. P1TTSUURG , May 21. No game ; rain. STANDING OP THE TEAMS. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Baltimore 23 19 0 7C.O Plttsburg 23 1G 7 C9.C Cincinnati 2S J9 9 C7.9 Boston 23 15 10 CO.O Cleveland 23 14 11 Srt.O Philadelphia 2C 14 12 C3.S Louisville 21 12 12 50.0 Brooklyn 2tf 12 14 4C.2 New York 21 9 12 42.il Washington 24 8 16 33.i : Chicago 2fi 8 18 30.8 St. Louis 27 C 21 2.2 Games for today : Boston at Louisville ; Brooklvn nt Cincinnati : New York nt Chicago cage ; Philadelphia at Cleveland ; Baltimore ut Plttsburg ; Washington nt St. Louis. SCOHES Olf THIS WI3STUIIX I.KAfilJI- : . St. Paul a nil Milwaukee tin ; In Monday's nuiiK-M. MINNEAPOLIS , May 24. Score : Minneapolis 1 00000300 4 St. Paul 9 Base hits : Minneapolis , 8 ; St. Paul , 7. Er rors : Minneapolis , 1 ; St. Paul , 1. Batteries : Minneapolis. Htirvey and Boyle ; St. Paul , Phyle and Spies. MILWAUKEE , WIs. . May 21. Score ! Milwaukee 1 0011000 3 Indianapolis 1 Base bits : Milwaukee , 7 ; Indianapolis , 3. Errors , Milwaukee , 0 ; Indianapolis , 2. Bat teries : Milwaukee , Barnes and Spear ; In dianapolis , Phillips and Wood. STANDING OE THE TEAMS. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. St Paul 20 21 8 72.4 Milwaukee 28 17 11 C0.7 Indianapolis 23 15 10 CO.O Columbus 23 12 11 52.2 Detroit 25 13 12 4S.O Minneapolis 29 12 17 41.4 Kansas City 27 9 18 33.3 Grand Ilhplila 25 7 18 28.0 Ouincti for today : Grand Hapld at Kan sas City ; Detroit at St. Paul ; Columbus at Minneapolis. AuKtrallnu Hall I'lnj-i'rn Here. Harry Musgrove , with his Australian ball team , -arrived In the city lost evening. The team Is composed of a sturdy lot ot young athletes and this afternoon they will meet the University club team nt the Twentieth street grounds. Mr. Musgrovo made The Ilee : i call last evening and Haiti that he ex pected to see the Antipodean * walk itwny with the ball this afternoon. They were In Denver Sunday and beat the slrong ama teur team of that city by u scorn of 17 to 15. His men have shown \vondvrful Im provement since landing on our shores and by the time they strike eastern cities the general managur looks for them 1o sur prise H lot of people. Thus far they have averaged well with American players In hit ting , but have been dellclcnt In base run ning and fielding. They will visit nil the principal cities of thli country before com pleting their tour nnd will play Captain Clark's Windy City team on Thursday afternoon next. The game today will be called at 3.30. Diamond CM Win , The Diamond Cs defeated the South Omahaa In a very Interesting game of base ball by a score of 12 to 10. The feature of the game was the playing of "Clark John son. " the winners' third base man. Umpire : lien Nelson of Omaha , \VrNti-rii AHNOclnlloii KeorcN. CEDAH HAPIDS , May 2i.-Score : Cedar Haplds 1 0 5 1 1 2 I 0 1 12 Qulncy 0 OC000400 9 Base hits : Cedar Haplds , E ; Qulncy , 8. Errors : Cedar Itanlds , 7 ; Qulncy , 5. Bat teries : Cedar Itnpids , Carrlsli and Fuller ; Qulncy , Johnson and Trnflley. Ji-nliliiH "th Ili-li-r Wri'HlIer. CLEVELAND. O. , May 21. Tom Jenkins ot this city tonight defeated W. D. Malone of Chicago , the heavyweight champion wrestler of the northwest. The match was beat two falls In three. Kilillc VniiKliii Itt'covorliti ; . NEW YOnK. May J4.-Eddlo Vaughn , the prize lighter who was Injured in the ring of the National Sporting- club on Saturday night , U declared by physicians at Man ho. pltnl to be. In a fnlr way to re covery. It t * said that he la suffering from a slight Incorntlon of the bruin , rnuspil by n full. The Injury Is on the loft side , opposite to that on which he fell. It Is denied Hint Vaughn wns In poor shape at the Unlit nnd It Is snld that had It not been for the fall ho would have won the bout. HKsn/rs o.v THU UUXNIMJ THACKS. Coney lilnml . ) in-ltcy Club unit llu * llciillrntlnii StnUr * . NEW YOUK. Mny 21. The Coney Island Jockey club has Issued the following In ref- eirnce to the "U-uvrenep lleallzatlon" with $3.500 added , for the Juno meeting of 1SVO. foals to bo entered by July 15 , 1S97 : For three-year-old foals of 1S97 a ewecp- stakes by the following respective subscrip tions , for horses entered MS foals by July 15. 1S97 , $ . " > 0 each , and only $10 If struck out bv July 13 , ISM , or $23 If struck out by July 15 , ISO. For horses entered ns yrar- llngs by July 15 , ISOs , when the stakes shall bo closed , $100 each , or $50 It struck out by July 15 , 1SSH. All starters to pay $230 additional , all of which shall go to the second nnd third horses , ns further provided. The Coney Island Jockey club to add $3.600. The second to receive $1,000 of Ihp added money nnd two-thirds of the starting money. In the event of a horse nominated ns a foal win ning , the nominator , namely , the owner of the foal nt the time of entry to receive $500 of the added money. Colts to carry l"ii nounds ; geldings , 123 ; fillies , 121. Non-win ners at any time of $3,000 allowed four pounds ; $2,000 , seven pounds ; $ SOO , ten Hounds. Handicaps nnd selling races not reckoned us races. Distance , one mile and live furlongs. LOUISVILLE. May 2l.-Track slow. Uc- snlts : First racp. four nnd one-half furlongs : HUMtuM won , Tom Collins second , George It. Cox third. Tlmo : fl:57H- : Second racp , six furlongs : Fretful won , Fife second , Osctiro third. Time : 1:17. : ? . Third race , one mile : Humbug won , niielnstrom second , Assassin third. Tlmo : Fourth race , five furlongs : Hotindelay won. Turtle Dove xccimd , Asaph 111 thlul. Time : 1OI : < < ! . Fifth race , four furlongs : Elsie M won , Queen of Hurstbourne second , Mary Wllgus third. Time : 0:51. : CHICAGO , May 21. Uncas wa.s the only favorite to win nt Ingnlls park today. He- suits : First nice , five and one-eighth furlongs : Miss Klnbollo won. Globe H second , Mns- cagnl third. Tlmp : 1KIU. : Second race , live and one-half furlongs : linens won , Ella Penzance second , Sleg- frlrd thhd. Time , 1OS. : Third race , seven-eighths of a mile : The- rpsa H won. Plnkoy Potter second , Cossack third. Time : l:2Si. : Fourth racp , one mile and a sixteenth : Mandollna won , Paladin second , Thlrston third. Time : l:4S : t. . Fifth race , six and one-half furlongs : Lew Hopper won , Forseen second. Olivia 1 third. Time : Not given. ST. LOUIS. May 21. Following nro the results at the fair grounds : First race , seven furlongs , selling : Ben Amelia won , Ferris Hnrtmnn second , Horseshoe - shoo Tobacco third. Time : 1:30. : Second race , four and one-halt furlongs : Ben Frost won , Sue Sue second , 1-Yad Broons third. Time : 0:50. : Third race , one mile , purse , 3-year-olds : Dr. Walsley won. Nancy second , Buck- vldere third. Time : 1:41. : . Fourth race , llvp and one-half furlongs : Leader Ban won , Dornh Wood second , Gain third. Tlmo : 1:08. : Fifth race , selling , mile nnd twenty yards : Cnppy won. Kruirn second , Argonaut third. Time : l:41i. : Sixth lace , selling , six furlongs : Nicholas won. Walkover second , Charlie Clulsty third. Time : 1:15. : PI.AV I'riiprrnin of SontIMVCHt ! > rn loiva Asso ciation in HiIlclil AupiiNt . ATLANTIC , la. . May 2l.-Spoclal.-Tho ( ) Atlantic fire department Is making great preparations for a big day for the city nt the tenth annual tournament of the South western Iowa Firemen's association , which will be held In this city August 3 and 4. The following are the program and purses : Best appearing department In parade , $ . " > 0 ; nib and hub hose race. $75 ; coupling con test. $15 ; hook and ladder race , $75 ; ladder I contest , $5 ; lire alarm race. JC3 ; chief's race , Irst prize , gold-headed cane ; second prize , meerschaum pipe ; association hose race , $100 ; free-for-all hose race , $100. The busi ness meeting will bo held on the 3d. It .vail IVIIIX-UN ltaily Out. nOCHESTEH. N. Y. , May 24. Tommy Uyan of Syracuse knocked out Pat Haedy of Washington In six rounds before the Klenzl Athletic club tonight. The bout was i hot one while It lasted. In the sixth llyan simply smothered his opponent , wnd- iB ) rights and lefts all over the head and 'aeo. Kacdy went down three times and the third time his seconds threw up the sponge. TiililIiM- Handicap for Cyclist * . CHATHAM , Ont. , May 24. The prize money In the Jubilee handicap for bicyclists .o bo run July 3 will be apportioned as fol- ows : First prize , $700 ; second , $ liO ! ; third , S100. The race will not b run unless there ire fifty entries at $10 each. The list closes Juno 19. American rldeis will bo allowed to compete. Slisn ArtlclfH for Klprlii. NEW YORK , May 24. Tom Williams of Australia today signed articles for a twenty- round contest with Tommy Ilynn at the Empire Athletic club , Syracuse , June 21. Crailanr Di-fcalH lingers. OHILLIA , Ont. , May 21. Gaudnur de feated Rogers by three lengths In the race for the sculling championship today. Thu tlmo was slow. No picnic or outing Is complete without Cook's Imperial Champagne , extra dry. It completes your lunch. Holla Ciut'N to Lincoln , Henry Bolln , the ex-city treasurer , con victed of the embezzlement of $105,500 of city funds , will bo talien to Lincoln this afternoon by Sheriff McDonald to enter upon his nineteen-year uentcnco In the peniten tiary. Cll.VUOF.S A.M\ST Itl'.U ItHliATlVKS. Cltircr TnloH Tolil lir Mr * . Tlinntrmon of Mlnnrxiiln. Mrs. Andrew Thompson visited the pollc station yrsterd.ty to cull In the nld ot the police In the recovery of nome Minnesota property of which the nl- Ipgra flui was robbed. Shenlea wanted the pollco to balk a deep con spiracy to put her In the Insane asylum. Slio snys tli.it n complaint hns been flint against her before the Insane board although she Is perfectly sano. Mrs. Thotnrson , who Is mlddlo-agcd , stated that she came Into the po.-scsslou of a farm near KlRtn , Minn. , porno twelve or thlrtpon years ago. The land la now worth $1.000. She maintains that by the niarhlnntlon ot eomo of hpr relntivea she was robbed of the property and because of her tirrntotanco In attempting to regain U slip WAS plncod Itx an Myluin , after belns pursued for years. She remained In the asylum about two ymrs. The Im-tltution was locate * ! In Ur > che ler , Minn. The woman atao H.XJ-S that after being pxamlned , ho was iHschnijeil. She CAHIO to Omaha about tlvo weeks ago. She won without iiionoy ixnil applied forohrltor at th pollcp. slatloi < oix the night of April 20. On the next dny lllco Matron llcnuott found omploynipnt for her , and now Unit she him n llttlo money , Mrs. Thompson \vaul to cnn- tlnuc her IlKlit for her property. She enya that her Minnesota ncnualntanccn bnvf. dh-d a charge of Insonlty aRalnst her In this cily. cily.Tho police nro not ready to take action In the case , as they bollovo thnt Mrs. Thompsou la at least mistaken In her notions. IlnrUlcn'm Arnica Salve. The best Salvo In the world for cuts , bruises , sores , ulcers , s.ilx rheum , fever eortfl , tetter , chapped hands , chilblains , corns , and all skin eruption.1 ! , and positively cures piles , or no pay required. H Is giiarante.il to KVO ! perfect satisfaction or innnny refunded. l'rlc 25 cents per box. For sale by Kului A Co. 1M-3USOXAI. PAH.ll.IMIM. . H. II. Barber , Lincoln , la at the Mercer. Ocorgo II. Ulce , Chicago. Is at the Mercer. H. Z. 7\nr \ , San Francisco. Is at the State. II. O. Cramer , Albla , la. , Is at the Mcrcor. W. K. Patterson , Grctna , Is at the Mcr- ccr. ccr.C. . C. Forrest , HmUlnKton , Ore. , Li at the State. Theodore Cooper , Chicago , IH stopping at the State. H. Wlxltneld , Grand Island , Is stopping at the 'Mercer. ' 11. K. llcrger , St. Lsiils , U registered at the iMercer. C. W. Morton leaves tonight for St. Louli on a business trip. -S. F. Mnrtln. advance man for Ulngllm ; Bros. , I at the State. J. H. Agcr , wlfo and son , Lincoln , wcra at the Mtllard yesterday. Mrs. A. E. AVell.3 . and Mrs. C. A. Trlnborn , Oakland , are at the Mlllard. E. T. Wolrh hna gone to Chicago and east ern points on a fortnight's vacation. Mrs. A. O. Young left last night for Chicago on a short visit with friends. A. L. Millard loft for Oalesburg , 111. , yes terday on a month's visit with relatives. S. M. Knox , Princeton. 111. , Immigration , agent for the Burlington , Is at the Mlllard. D. II. Crockett , ticket accountant for the Pullman , left for HeWItt and other Nebraska points Inat night. Daniel Mcfionigal , Hill City , S. "D. , who has been In the city on a visit with frlemlu , left for homo last night. Mr , and Mrs. Otis Skinner , Joseph Buck ley , manager , and P. C. Mcaler of the OtU Skinner comiuuy are quartered at the Mll lard. lard.G. G. M , Lambertson and A. J. Sawyer , Lin coln ; Judge W. H. Munger , Fremont , and George Thummel , Grand Island , are at the Mlllard. W. llandall , auditor of the Burlington , ac companied by his wife , left last night for Ulchmond , Va. , where ho will attend the national convention of auditors. H. G. PlckPtt and family of Akron , Colo. , are In the city vialtlng relatives at 1019 iSouth Nineteenth street. Mr. 1'lckett In editor ot the Akron Pioneer Press. Miss Alice Andrccricn left for Aubiirmlalo , Mas * ) . , last evening. There she will visit Mlfs Bragdon for a month. On July 7 , In company with Mr. and Mrs. John L. Web ster and Miss Webster , she will sail for Europe , where the parly will travel until October. Miss A. M. Roberts , Miss Hose Sherman , Frank Sylvester , W. J , Constantine , John Meeks , Garrio .Davidson , John Gemonden , Wadaworth Harris , Jamc.i Eddy , A. L. Me- Cormack , John Lane Connor and Paul Gelsan , members ot the Otis Skinner com pany are domlclcd at the Barker. Nebraskans at the hotels : C. II. Aldrlch , David City ; .Henry Lubkcr , Columbus ; J. W. Modcsltt. Alda ; W. D. Mead , Jr. , York ; C. II. Scott , Lincoln ; II. 13. Krygcr , Nellgh ; A. G. Flslicr , Chadron ; Dad lilodsett , York ; W. M. Ladd , Rising City ; Fred W. Knight , Beatrice ; H. S. Dellow , Coleridge. C. E , Parcel ! , Tampa , Fla. ; N. H. Tigho. Chicago ; G. Leleandur , DCS Molnca ; Jamra W. Orr , Atchison ; Paul North , Cleveland ; C. F. Newton , Cincinnati ; Rush Taggart. New York ; K. E. Billow. Chicago ; W. K Guthrlo , AtcliLson ; A. L. Gere , Chicago ; G. Block , Now York , are at the Mlllard. Harry Mc grove , manager , Charles Over , James McKay , Charles Kerns , Walter G. Ingleton , Harry 0. Irwln , P. A. McAIIIater , Rue Ewers , A. 13. Wiseman , A. S , Carter , Sydney W. Smith , J. II. Stucltoy , John Wal lace and Frank Lover , comprising the Aua. trallan bare hall team , now making a tout of thle country , are quartered at the Darker , THAT THE FAC-SIMILE Vegetable Preparation forAs- SIGNATURE slmilatlng thcFoodandRegtila- ling ttic S tomachs andDovreb of OF PromotesDigcsllon.Ckcirul- ncss and Rest.Contains nciUicr Opium.MorpliinC norllincral. IS OlT THE WOT NARCOTIC. ia Sail' OF EVERY JB BOTTLE O3J1 A perfect Remedy for Constipa Jl tion , Sour SlomacIi.Diarrhoca , Worms .Convulsions.Fcverish- uess andLoss OF SLEEP. TacSimlle Signature of NEW "YOnK. Oattorla Is put op in cnc-ilzs lottlei oaly , It ! Is not cold in Inlk , Don't allow anyo&t to ell Ijyon cnyttlDg olio on tbo joa ! or prcmli * that It 9 U "jcit as good" and "will answer ererj pun . " * SBes that 0-A-B-T-O-E-I-A , | po e. yon get - - - - - - - EXACT COPVOF WRAPPER. tf *