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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE : TUESDAY. AUUST ( ! 1. 181)3. )
A DVKRTtSKMKNTfl FOR TI1KSK COLUMNS
/VwlH tx-tnkfn until 13:30 : p. m. for thonvenln *
i lunlll 8:30 : 1 > . m. for tlio moniln ami Snndnr
Artrrrtlwn , by rrqut * illn n nnmbortd chock
rfmlmvothrtrniiRwrrmMldrt'fiiwil to n numtxTtx
letx-rln e.irtiof Tnr. Ilrr. . Answrr * o nrtrtrriino
will tin dnllriiT < l ni > on prpuc-ntntlon of th check.
H. 1 Via ftwon ! first inncrtlon , Ion wonl thcro-
hflnr. Nothing tnkcn for lei * than aSo.
AWANTKI ) , A SITUATION IIY FRST CLASS
city Ralpsmnn lo wll good * to the grocery Irailo.
Rl > eclaHy or Kcnrrnl lines tlflenn j-rftrs oxpcrli-ticn.
1 have honto and bufcy , Addre s M 03 , Hionico. .
1 WANTED MALE
nntcA.lHoawoninrnt Insertion , lea word thoro-
nttcr. Kotlilnr tnkcti for IBM than gSo.
iV-Tr YOU" WANT A 0001) PAYINO JOI1VI11TK
JJtho Hawka Nursery Co. . Milwaukee , Wj * .
TJ.OnNTI.KMKN OK OOOD CHAHACTKIl TO
JJrppri.Rf.nl our nmlncss , liisuranco men pro-
fcm.il117 ! lleo blinding. M > > : ' 7
TJ-fULKStKN'TO HKI.L IIAK1NO POWllKIl"
Ji WH mil our coeds In ( Harm llollln ? Pins.
rn.0 ( ! tnonlh and pxtx-iiHf , or coinmlHSloii. Chi-
cnsro llaklnc Powder Co. , 707 Van Ilurcn Btiwl.Clil-
M l j3"A tm
TJ9AI.AUY OR COMMISSION TO AOKNTS TO
JJlintidlo tlio I'atrnt Ohemlcnl Ink Kmvr Pencil.
Tlii * ninnt iiM'tul ami novel Invention of Mm ncn.
Kraw H InU tliOrntiRlily In two twoomls. Works llho
tnnelp. 200 to 600 jxr wnt prolll. Audits maklnff
ffM ) tirrwi'k. Wo also want n general nitent to
take eharci ! of lorrltory nnd BP ! > omt mill nitentB. A
rare chancu to innkn money , Wrllo for ti-nns and
n HpiiMincti nt craning. Wonroo KraBlntr Mfir. Co. ,
X an. l.-i croBHp. WIH. _ iilf.
TI-WANTRH. FIRST CI.AHS IIAUIIKK TO TAKK
J'clinrB ) ! of Bhop. Will pay oalnry or oell out
eheap. A violin or clarionet plater preferrtHl.
Write , Bud Bcud rcfcrcncos , to F. AHxjoN'weaHllo ,
Wyo. _ 031 ai * _
1J-AT LAST WK HAVK IT. ACTIVB AOKNTS
-l/.jvi-rywherolo lakn ordnrri for 81i < * in > World B
Fair Photoxraphed. A niarntfirnnt eollecllon of
copj-rluhti'd photnirraplm of linllillncB , BcaneB , az-
lilhltn Gf Iho world's Coluinhl.in oxlio lllon. Slilen-
) Hdly dcBcrlhed. Anthorlzetl hy the offlelal man-
iiKemi'iit. Ono oblonjr vohinin. notall , f'J.2l > .
Hooks on credit. Fn-lrlil pMd. Aseiits In th
Held nrn cloarlne from $7.00 to Stfi.ni ) dally. Drop
i-verylhlnir ulsu and handhi IhlB book. Von will
maku money fnst. Finely lllnMr.-Ued circulars and
lerniH fn-o , OullH and Ml photoirraplm only f l.no.
Aildrens Olobu Illblo PiibllBhlnir Co. , 3SH Dearborn
Mrci'l , Chlcnco , 111. , or 713 Chestnut Btre < > t. 1'hlln-
ilolphla. Pn. M5440'
T > -$7n A MONTH AND K.KPENSKfl , KXCLU-
JJ Rlvo torrtlory ; no oxpurlenctij Btaplo Kooimi
nbsoluto monopoly : mnn nml women wnnled !
yearly eontractHj Jiay certain ; no talkt HyHtein per-
fit ; write quick : terms free. . AddrcHS K SO , box
il'llKI , IIOHlon , Mans. M7la 1
O SALKSMKN CALLING ON COUNTRY CLOTH-
J ) lent piiiiiuld iiiauufacturorB linn of niaeltln-
toHhetn Btato exact routo. V. 0.1U71 , NowYorlc. .
1IIOY3 WANTKD-THRKB ROYS , SIXTEEN
4'oroliler , wantexl IIH plnml > cr'R helpers. Wares
line dollar n day. Apply P. H. W. Smith , now telephone -
phone Inilldlnir. M7'J7 1 *
B WANTED , FIRST-CLASS SALESMEN , CALL
after 8:30 , 1708 Cans street. D. D. Luzer ,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
.Rntes. IWeawonlflrst Insertion. In a word thcro-
nller. Nothing taken fdr less than ' 'Bo ,
n-OillL FOR OnNERALIIOUSEWKllK . F.
\/Slootzpl , 1221 8. UOlli. betweou Popploton and
Wool worth a vii. _ ' " " ' -
n LADIES OF GOOD ADDRESS TO INTUODHOB
V 'our huslnossamoui ! friends. S > 7r > .00 to $100.00
salary to right parties ; 117 Hen building. MH3U
? 1 LADIES WANTED TO ADDRESS CIRCULARS
Vy t homo. $ > 'r.oo to * : IO.OO n week. Knoloso
iitamp. Miss iila Worst , South lluud. Ind. 4HU
" T < - WANTED , LADIES AND GENTLEMEN , WH
< will pay you from $5.00 to $ l'J.uo per week to
work fur tin at your homes : strictly homework ;
no canvassing ; send si > lf-icldre.sned ! envelope.
( leorgn F. Kiumotm A. Co' , IJatturynmrch anil Water
Htreeta , lloston , Mass. M031 V
- WANTED. GIRL. MUST HE GOOD COOK. NO
washing. Wftses $3.00 per week , at 1010 Cap-
llol avo. 70S 1"
> ( _ \VANTED , LADY STENOORAl'HER , MUST
vvb < > expert typewriter operator. U13 N. YjLlfo.
i U i * 31.
C -WANTED. GIRL FOR GENERAL
work at iH10 ! Poppleton nvc. 711 i !
O- WANTED , A COOK AT ONCK : GOOD JOB TO
\J right party. Win. Hntehlns , Talmage , Neb.
C WANTED , COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENera -
era ! housework , maU family , Apply at 1113
1'ark avenue. M721 2 *
FOR BENT HOUSES.
Rates , lOna linn rach Insertion , $1.50 a line per
month. Nothing taken for less than 25c.
iui ) I FOll"llKNTj iioUSES iN ALL PA RTS OF
the city. Thu O. V. DuVls company , 1S05 Farnam.
33 n AND 4-KOOM APARTMENTS , VON DORN
block , with 8teaniretorenct8riuulro ; ! < liS10S'J > - > d.
HOUSE. MODERN. CONVENIENT
-'for business or wlioleaulu men. Apply 1112
South loth Btroei. 442
I 7-ROOM COTTAGE TO RENT , CONVENIENT
for U , P. railroad men. Inquire 1112 S. lOlh st.
D DELIGHTFUL HOMEEIGHT-ROOM HOUSE ,
modern conveniences , bam , beautiful lawn ,
imturnl shade trees , $30 per mo. Inrnilru 21103
Pierce at. S.S4 A5
D FLATS OF I ) ROOMS. EACH IN OOOD RE-
palr ; Lluton block , 2d floor , $20.110 per month
One frnmu house of H rooms , newly papered. In
KOod repair , corner of Jackson nnd llth st. , $20.00
per month. John Ilnmlln)17 ) Llntou block.M333
D 1 FOR RENT. 7-ROOM MODERN FLAT ,
Langu block , OOlS S. 13th st. 335
n-FOR RKNT FOR 0 MONTHS OR LONGKR
nicely lnoxtol u-rooni houttc , nil funilslml niul
In llrHl clnsa eondltlou to muall family without
" * * clilldriii. Rent nmsonablo and rcfcrunci-H re-
unlnil. Imiulro at fi'-'S South gUth struet.M3U
T\-F01l RKNT. 12-llOOM MODERN IIOUSK ,
Jvi713Chlc.-iKOSt. MUU4 6"
TIIOUSKS FOR RKNT , 2 WODKRN 10-ROOM
J'brick lioimcH ntD1H anil ' . ' 020 Davenport Ht.
linuln- VII- Davenport HI. 640 ii
f7UOOM IIOUSK FOR RKNT. INQUIRK ll' ( > 3
l-/JaekHoii Htii-i't. ( ll"J
T\-IIOUSKS , FLATS , STORKS , WODKRN IM-
J 'iirorismuiilB , newly llxinl. Tlzard , ttsj N. U4 t.
m 0118 1
J' * ! FOR RKNT , lO-room hoimo , nil inodi-rii Im-
.1 'provi-inoiilH , HWHOittli : 19th Htreot. Inqulni''fill
1-FOIl UF.NT-NINE-IIOOM IIOUSK , ALL
J-MniHU'rn conviMilPiioest burrulptfnnl lawn :
fliu * nlimlc. Nu. 'Jill H. 31utn t. M. J , Kimniird ,
IUI7-HN. Y. Llf.illnllOliii ; . M Una
yoit KENT FUKNISHJED BOOMS
Hittca. 1 k'o n wonl llrat lusorttnn , Ion wonl thoro-
nttor. Nolnlui ; taken for U-HH than V3c ,
Jor unfnrulHluHl ruunm with Im.inl 3 blockn from
court liniiHO. AililreNH , M MB , line , Mil I0 >
] ? PUUXISHKD UOOM WITH ALTOVK FOR
- / ( . ciuk'iuoii.nioiluni conreuluncon , U''O North ' . ' 'M.
IFDRXISHKI ) UOO.M3. 1017 AND IC'Jll OAl'I-
Jtol nvt'iiuii. Mul ; A71
1 ? aFUUNlSHKl'llOOMSFOIUIOUSlIKKKI'ING
. ! - < for man amivlfo , Ui-iit tnlitm In boanl , ait ) N nth
1" ' -11OOMS SICKLY FUKNISHKl ) . Kill SOUTH I
'nTlli Hllvct , Midi ) ! ( )
! , ' FUIINISIIKI ) 11DOM WITH ALCOVi : . SOUTH
I Jfronii nlHo Hinall i-ooniK , wllli nr wltliuut boanl ,
MfN. KnlKhl , No.Jlilil DotuliiH htrwt. .14:1 :
-j LAiiTTiilioaMa NOUTH AND SOUTH
fronts , with inoilt'i-u i-unvi-nli'iicc-H ; furnlslird or
' . . ' .s-j lluniuy. fiu : 31 *
E I'LHAHANT FRONT UOOM , WITH (111 ( WITH-
iiinit lioaiil , O''O S. ' 'Olh Htn-rl , near St. Mury'a
txi'iiin * . li''l 31 *
ELAIiRK SOUTH FllONT ROOM , IJENTLK-
iniiii invfurn-il. 1P'J4 Douirlas. M0ir : > : i *
I ? Flllt.MSHEI ) ROOMS , WITH OR WITHOUT
I Jboaiil , 1707 Uinliuiitn'l. M701 1'
EFOH RENT , LAROi : . 1U.EGANTI.Y
ulhlml north nml iMut Iixiut room , cool ami airy ,
8ajlNiirth l.'ilh Htrci'l. ' Mill- ) *
1 ? FIJKXlslEl ) ROOM , ' . 017HARNKY.ST.
* ft _ _ 70111'
E -NU'liLY FURNISUKDllOOMS FOIl LIGHT
hovim-UciHilnri all tiiodurn convonlonoi-H. 1015
Capllol Avo. M'i.i ; 3
1 ? Fl'HNldHKl ) ROOMS FOR ONK TO FOUR
Ijl.tillcH or trmitlpuu-ni tirlvntti family ; modoni
liotibti , iHitwoon oiblo und motor llnr * . 'jtii'i
North 13th St. M723 il
FUKNlSmSD ROOMB AND BOARD.
llalos. 1 ) > o n word llrat limt-rllon , ion WOr.thero-
1 Her. Koinliit takrn for lean limn ' 'to.
, -i VOTKd\\'oMK aiVoMlBrUNUKirURK"6ir
A Womiui'ttChrUtUn auovlatlou , 111 S. 17th * i.
1 < " OOOI ) TA11LK HOARD AT THK WK11STKR.
I1 CHI ami Slri North lUlh btrvot. MJ05 At *
lTlir STATK KUllOI'KAN 1IOTKL NKW ANll
.1 cvlKKunlly funiltluil roonin for rent by dny > 11r
wek at ivasounblo rate * . Kuiery It Hpratt , 130d
to 13T. UoiiflitH truet. M181 A''S *
, . SOUTH FRONT COllXKR ROOJIS ;
llrst cluna ; Hummer rutoa. 581 Hunioy Mnt-t ,
- 4UQ 3I _
? - ROOMS AND IIOAR1) ; 2225 BODQ K STRKCT.
l -FURKISIIKD OR UNFUIINISIIKH ROOMS
J ? with U > unl , nt The Frcnzor , HON. SSIli M. ,
TjTHt ! IXJLAM , UOS AND 311 M. 10TU Tti
FUflNiailED HOOM3 AND BOARD
J room with nlcovonnilbnywlmlow.mixlcrncon.
vc-nlt-nef-B , prlrnto family ; board. 022 South OTth
titroct. EO-iX !
FOR RENT UNFURNISH'D ROOMS
Rated. 1 We a word tint Insertion , Ion word thoro-
aflcr. Nothing taken for IPBI than Vftc.
F01UIKNT7 4 jWrVuN imNSllKDROOMS
vJ millahlo for honiekeeplnc , city WBtor , ni. otc.
Low rent. Northwest cornur 17lh and WobMer
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES
T-FOR RKNT. STORK ON S. 1.W ST. . LANOF.
1 block , Hiillablo for mont market , hnrdwarn or
dry ( foodiCntoro Inquire OOtl 3.13lh RL 451
l FOR RKNT. THK. 4-SToTlY ItHICK HtJILniNO
J 010 Fnrn.im nu Tliobulldlmr hasntlmtiroof.cn *
ini-ntbaKoinvnt , complcto ntuam hcatlnc lUtnroi ,
w.itcr on nil tha tloont , gnu , olo. Apply at the onico
ofThoIlw Oil )
WANTED TO RENT.
Ilntea , lOo nllnn nach Insertion. $ l"l ) n line po
month. Nothlui ; taken for less than 2.V8.
-WANTKU , MoriKIlN 7 OR H-ROOMIIOUSK3
near Farnam or Hanseom car line ; will pay
$ * < > ( ) . ( Ml n year runt for both cant or south trout.
Address M 30 , Woo. Mr,11 Al
K-TIIHKK KOOMS WITH noAUD FOIl SIX.
Address Ilrovrn , care of Chas. II. Fuller , Chi-
caifo.lll. M71M7 *
Rales , lOc n line each Insertion. $1.80 u Una per
mouth. Nothing tnkcn for lens than arc.
-R'WJTATTA a KNT3EoTj. . I'AtTL , icon
Farnnni street. Sclnl | nllentlon to carln ? for
housesstorcBUud flats ; . 14 lea in experience In
Omaha. " * 11J" *
Rales , 1 Oca linn each Insertion , fl.RO n line per
mouth. Nolhliif taken for less than We.
M-STORAOK FOR 1IOUSKHOLD OOODS :
clean and cheap rate * . R. Wells , 1111 Farnam.
fyr-STORAGBWILLIAMS XCnOSS,1214 IIA11NKY
WANTED TO BUY.
Rates. 1 We n wonl first Insertion , lea wonl thoro-
nfter. Nothing taken for lens than'-'Jo.
i ' pooiln , rto. , or will Bull for owner lu our auction
Rales. 11. Wells , 1111 F.irnatn. 454
XT-WANTED , TO PUUCHASR A GOOD RETAIL
.11 biihlncHs ; any line , Part trade. AUIUH Heal
Kstntu Aueucy , 1017 Faruam street. 5il5 9 *
IV WANTED , HOUSE , FOIl CITY DELIVERY.
L welitht about 1'JuO pounds , must ho perfectly
Kentlo and reliable. II. C. Cole , at D. M. Steulo &
Co. 7Q'J-il : *
AT-WANTED. TO 11UY SECOND HAND OAR-
i ' land or other peed raniro. Must bo In llrst class
eondlllon. Address with prlco nnd description
N 1 , lleo < 5mco. M71S l
N -WANTKn. TO IIUY 7-ROOM HOUSH , FULL
lot , monthly payments ; Klvu locnllon , prleo and
tcnus. MU5 , lleo. W710l !
\T-CASH PAID FOR GOLD AND SILVKR.
L > Jncobsoii & Klselc , room 11,1518 Douclas nt.
M7S0 ! Sl
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
Raton. l > 4c a wonl llrst lusorllon , loa wonl llioro-
nftor. Nothing ; taken for l < * ss than MHO.
-FOR SALK , CHKAP , A LOT OF OAK FURNI-
turc Hiiltnblo for furnishing four rooms. ' . ' 100
Lakistreet. . M710 1 *
f OR SALE HORSES' , WAQONS.ETb
Rates , IHe a wonl llrst Insertion , le/twoi-d / there
after. Nuthltig taken for less than 25c.
P-ANO. 1 HORSE PHAJrrON AND HARNESS
I for sale cheap. Iminliu at 405 South Twenty-
llflli avenue. M7'J4 3-
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS"
Rntes , lOcnllnn nach Insertion , $1.50 a lluupor
mouth. Notlilni , ' Inltnn for IQRH than -"c
Q PtJCI PUl'l'lks , ROO.M 30 ,
-FOR SALK. ICE IN CAR LOTS. RILIIKRT
llroa. . Council llluffs. M40-J A4
FOIl-SALK CHKAP. HANDSOMK PARROT ,
nno talker. 400 South 18th St. , Council lIlulTs.
FOR SALK CHKAP-A (1-IIORSKPOWKHKN- (
plne , uprlxht. Hplendlil condition. Inquire of J.
P. llm'.tlliig , Fremont , Neb. MUD5 B
FOR SALK. COLUMBIA SAFKTY IIICYCLK ,
Moriran AWrlRht tiros. In arm-class condition ,
SOO.OO cash. Addruss M 04 Bee. ( JUG 111-
Rates , lOo n Hun each Insnrtlon , $1.50 a Una per
month. Nothing taken for less than Via.
SMRS.NANNUE V.ARRKN CLAIRVOYANT ,
reliable business medium * 6th year ut 111) ) N.lilth
MASSAGE. BATHS , ETO.
Rates. IHe a word llrst Insertion , lo a word
thereafter. Nothing taken for less than --.o.
M -MADAME SMITH , 00159.13111. 2ND FLOOR ,
-L Room 3. Massage , vapor , alcohol , uteam.sulphnr-
Ino and nou baths. m 025 5 *
riv-MME. CARSON , 1121 DOUGLAS STRBKT.3D
-Llloor , room 7 , massage , alcohol , sulphur and se.'t
baths. M877 4'
T-MME. STOWE , MAGNETIC HEALER , 20S
Doxiglus block. M127 All *
Rntes , 1 Ken wonl flrat IiiHcrtlou , lc n wonl tlioro-
* ter. Nothing taken fur lena than -'Sc.
WRITK FOR FRKE COPY OF OUR BKAU-
tlfully llliiHtrated marrlajro journnl. Ilrowii
Pub. Co. , Toledo , O. M8QO na
VIAVI. A HOMK TRKATMENT AND SURK
cum for any nterluo and ovaralno troubles. Of-
flcoOUl N. Y. LUeblilif. M007 5'
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
LOANS , G , O , WALLACK , 313 11ROWN I1MC.
W LOANS ON LMPROVKD AND UNIMPROVKD
city property , iKl.OOO and iinwaiiN. 5 to OK per
cent ; noUolaya. W.FarnamSmlth&Co , 13'0 Farnam i
W MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWK3T RATF.S
The O. F. Davis Co. , 1505 Farnam street. 4U'J
W FIRST AND SKOOND MO11TOAGK LOANsT
< f low rates. Alex Moore , 401 Duo bid ? , 474
MONKYTOLOAN AT LOWKST RATES ON
IniprovcMl nnd unimproved Omaha real ustale.l
to 5 years Fldo.lty Truat Co. . 170'J Farnam.HI' !
-LOANS , J. W. SQUIRK , - ' IB BKB liLDG.
IV _ ANTHONY LOAN AND TUUST CO. , 318 N. Y.
' < LI fo , loiulH at lo w rates forclioloo seaurlty oi\
Nebraska and Iowa farms or Omaha city prupnrty ,
W CKNTRAL LOAN A TRUST CO. , 1IF.R DLUO ,
4li ( :
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
X-CALL AT THK OFFIUF. Ol1
OMAHA MORTUAOK LOAN CO.-
'IF YOU"WANT' M ON K Y' , '
You pan borrow on
HOUSKHOLIl FIJRNITIIRK AND PIANOS
HOHSKS , WA(50NS ( AND CAIIKIAOKS.
WAREHOUSK RKOKII'TS. MKHCHANDISE ,
OR ANY OTHKRSKOURITV.
Wo will lend you nny amount
from til.00 ) lo * | | ,1)00.00. )
ON Til K DAY YOU ASK FOR IT
without publicity or removal of prop9rty.
You can pay Iho money bauli lu any amount you
wltih. und ut any tlmo. ami e.-ioh payment so mada
will minim Hi" rout of thn loan.
Ueinembor that you hero the IISQ ot both the
property and the iiiouoy , au > l i'.iy for U only ua ion/
IIH you keen It.
There will bo no expense or charge kept out of f
Um amount wniitixl , but you will recolvo tlio full 1
amount of the loan ,
Ilofoni borrowbu clHowhero Mil nnd see us unil
you will Unit It unxitlN * to your ndvnntak'o.
OM kHA MOllTOAOK LOAN CO. ,
MHI SOUTH HITII STRKhri' ,
tlrnt lluot atxivn the hln-i.-t.
TUK OLDKST , LARUKSV ANUON'LY INCXJRPOR.
ATKD LOAN COMl'ANV IN OMAHA ,
r lH ) YOU WANT MONEY *
L THK FIDELITY LOAN GUAR..NTKE CO. ,
ROOM 4 WITIINKLLIIUCK.
310HMQUTU laTll CORNKR HARNEY ST.
WILL. \ LOAN \ YOU \ ANY
SUM \ LAHOK \ OR \ SMALL '
\ \DOLLARS\ \ \
FROM TEN DOLLARSUP. .
WE MAKK LOANS ON FtlRNITURK. HORSKS
OARUlAliES. WAHKHOUSK RECEIPTS OR PERSONAL -
SONAL PUOPKRTY OF ANY KIND
OURTKUMS WILL JIEKtT YOUR APPHOVAL ,
Touoaiiiuy the monov Uick ut any tlmo ami In
Bur ' amount you wt > li. und thus reduce Iho cost of
" 'VJv.'AS.IJ lom : " proportion to amount you pay ,
IFIOUowuitliihiiiction > ourfumltnniorot'ier
'it ' ; ? ai you < leilrt * .
, " % * ! u * vis YOUR MONKV IN ONB HOUR
. 'ROM Til K TIM R VOIJ MAKK AVl'LIOATION.
j > o pituiicliy ur rumoval of pr % > prtv. oo .ait vou
let the luti of l > elli money n : l | > rui > * > rt.v , 47H
V-WILlTLOAN MONKY ON ANY KINDOF3K.
yct.rtlyt Hlrlotly cuurtduutlaL A. K. Uarflu , rooai
1 CQiillnuiuul block 47 *
Rules , lOc n linn each Insertion , $1.80 a lino' i or
month. Nothlmr uikon for loss than U'xv
V-POR IlKNTi A SMALL WATKIl MILtT Atf.
A ilress box 55 , Lincoln , Nn' * , Ml
' -FOR SALK. DRUO STORK , HOOD LOCA-
tlon. rood ( limitless , good rton for Rolling.
Address M 29 llpo M51S Al'
Y--F011 SAI.K. IXNO E9TAIIW3I1KI ) PAYtNO
mont ninrltPt. peed location. Splcndlil clianco
fur Binnll caiiltnl , K V5 , lloo , Council lllnfln.
V -A CLKAN STOCK OP OENKIIAI > MKUCItAN-
.Lilinn fur italn In n Hrnty country lom > twtwwn
Oninlin nnd Lincoln. I'oMotfleo In store. Adilrvns
M 33 , Umahil lleo. OU > 1 *
VFOrT AI.KOKTKADE , F1U3T-CIV93 UUDO
Rtorc , ccntrnlly located , Rood cash buslm'tn. C.
\v. i. , 1o. . iiox cis.
SALK , NICK CLKAN STOCK GRO-
cerlcs , eood locntlou In Omaha , Address M 37 ,
lleo. MMB ! ! *
Y-TluiTAlLIIUSINKSS WANTKD IN GOOD LO-
catlon for part psehanifw ( real estate ) nnd rash.
Would prefer croccries combined with vpfot.ibla
nml meat market , ( rents' furnishing L-ocxli. boots
nnd shoes or any cener.il bnalnoii. Prlco must ba
low ami turms nnsonablo. Apply at unco to G.
W. Ames. 1017 Fa.Tiam street , Omaha. 403
V-'IAUUWAUR AND FARM MAC1UNKUT
X Htock for nnlu In nortlKMDt NubrasliA In n llvo
town. AdrtrcA * ) , Jt 10 , lloo. C.GU X *
FOB , EXCHANGE.
ll.iloa , lOcnllno o.ioh Insertion , f l. ! > 0 a Una per
month , Nothln ; tnXcn for luts than 'J'lO.
I/--AliOUT' ' JT.IHXl WOHT1I OP stAPtiB OKN-
JfRil iiu'rclianillso for ono-llilnl cash or Hocurod
tmti'i. b.ihinco Omaha city pruparty or cooil r.irni.
J. II. Haddock , falrbury. Nub.
r/-l OWN 100 FARMS IN NKIIRASKA. KANSAS
/Jancl DakoLi. Will doll cheap or rxcliniifo for
mdBO.horHou and cattle. Add.box 70Franlcfort.Iiid.
Z A CLEAN STOCK OF OKNF.llAL MDsll
Will takuroal uatateandmonoy llax'J'JS , Frank
fort , Ind _ 4S1
Z WILT * TllAUK 11KAT. KSTATK KOIl I.AIKiK
or Binall Block of ffooils. AdtlrussMT , lk-o.
r/-WILn LAND9 , Cr.KAn. TO RXCHANOK FOR
hero. Wrlto full description * ) . 7O1
South 27th street. Mfit)7 ) AiiS *
Z-SKWINO MACHINK FOR TH.'ILDINO CIS-
loni. dolmr carpenter work , or a fresh cow. Ail-
dress M 41 , lieu. 551) )
rTO SWAP , QUAUTER SECTION NK11RASKA
* < land for Block incrchandlBe. Address P. O. box
No. ; 023 , David City , Neb. M070 0 *
Z rj EIOIITY ACRES IMPROVED LAND , FINK
rjo soil , IK miles from Bloomflelrt , to tradofor stock
ofcroeerlcH , shoes orclotliliiffi value , $1M)0 ) , Ad
dress Iiox m , lllooniUuld , Neb. .MC.-.1 2 *
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Rates , lOc a line each Insertion , $1.51) ) a line per
month. Nothing taken for less Hum 'J5o.
I : < OIISALKA GOOD STOCK AND GRAIN FARM
JL of .IHsneresln llarrl.sou county. Iowa , ou very
rcntton.tblo tcnus. Adilreas L. H. Raymond , Mag
nolia , la. Msm A3 *
A CHANCK TO INVKST YOUR SAVINGS. KAST
front lot Lowe iivenuo ( Poppleton park ) , eat/
nceoss to motor. Owner ifoln ? Into business. Will
Bell very cheap for cash , Also lot Hausuoiu Plaeo.
lllf bargain for e.tsb. AUdrossi L. F. , P. O. llox : HO.
A ORE TRACTS FOR HALE. CHEAP. NEAR
Omaha. Terms easy. OKI N. Y. Life. M.Vil 1
AROA1NS IN FARM LANDS.
: iit ! ) ACRKS , Oreeley county , $7.50 pnr aero ,
480 ACRKS , nnar St-olla , Nob. , $8.0(1 ( per ne.-e.
0(1 ( ACIIKS , G-ooluy | voitiity. Neb. , $8.00 per aero.
11)0 ) ACHES , near Crulhton , Knox county , $0.50
( Ill ) ACRKS , ne.ir Ledge Polo , Neb. , splendid
spring \vat r , good soil , amooth land , $ u. , )0 per
For teniin , etc. , address Hicks' Real Estate
Agency , 1100 N. Y. Llfo Bide , Omaha , Neb.
_ fl31 ! !
SPLENDID 1NVESTMKNT-SO ACRKS ON THK
oiitsklrtH of Otnalia , eloso to now city park ,
splendidly located for subdivision Into lots ; prlco
$ iino PIT aero : van take $ .10,000 of purchase price
In h'ooil farm laud or IIICOIIIH brat-Inn property. Ad
dress Hlckn Real Estate Agency , U05 N. Y. Llfo
building , Omaha , Neb. C'-.j III
LOOK OUT FOR A BRAND NEW 1IKET SUGAR
factory at Milliard In the near future. Our beau
tiful ten-acre tracts "way down" for cash for few
days. Taku benetlt of this big discount. Hoggs &
Hill , 140S Farnnm street. 08'll ;
BARGAINS-HOUSES , COTS AND FARMS. SALE
or trade. F. K. Darling , llarkcrWk. 1UOA1U
XP YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A SAFE AND
Wo can give you one.
For Instance , a good farm of IHO acres 10 miles
from Omaha. What can you llnd better ?
Or , If you want a homo on easy payments and
eheap , wo have several. Omaha Real Estate and
Trust company , room 4 , Ileo building , MU71
B UY LOTS IN
Cheaiwst and best lots 1 >
Special price and terms to
Stoepel Placu lota will always advance tn prlco ,
for the city must grow westward. Call on or ad
dress W. A. Webster. 402 Bee bid * . M577
7-ACRE BLOCK , SUITABLE FOR GARDEN ,
-/ncar Omaha. iit ) : N. Y. Llfo nidg. Mn.il 1
OO ACRES WEST OF CITY ON DODGE STRERT :
Downer must soil : almost your own prlco. Will
sell r acres or moro. See Wright V Lasbnry. lilth
and Howard. M.1H1 31
1ARM LANDS , C. F.HARRISON,912 N. Y. LIFE.
GILT-EDGED INVESTMENT. CHOICE i'ROP-
ortynear Hanscom park. Rental $1.320 per
annum , can sell for $13.500. Hicks , real estatu
nmmey. 305 N. Y. Life building. 52.1 31
BARGAINS , IN FARMS , HOUSES AND LOTS. J.
N. Frcuzor , room 0 l-'ronzer block , opp. P. O.
M43U A53 !
FORCED SALE , 13-ROOM IIOUSK WITH ALL
the modurii Improvements , good lot nml ham.
Prluo $3,700 , $1,000 cash , balance on terms to
suit , with low Interest. Improvements cost over
$4,000. Can rent house for two years at $35.00 per
month , 528 N. 32nd. .17'.i
O YOU WANT A HOME ? I CAN OFFER A
very cosy eight-room house , all modern con
veniences , near llanseoni park , for $0,500. Hicks ,
real estate agency. 525 31
KAD THIS , JO-ROOM HOUSE , FINE I1ATII
room , fcowerago and steel range , lot 30x120 lo
alloy. Price $2.500. $1,000 c-ash. Improvements
worth $3.000. Imiulrn 52S _ N. 32nd t , 47H
17OR SALE. AT A BARGAIN-2,5 0 ACRES NEAR
J- Lodge Poie. Neb. . niostlvHmoeth lumLgoodHOll ,
nplendld spring water , will make excellent sheep
ranch ; can bo sold at a very low figure or will ox-
ehango for peed Ineomo bearing property or good
Iowa farm. Hicks Real Estatu Agency , 305 N. Y.
LlfubldK , Omaha , Neb. r,25 31
WE CAN OFFER THE FOLLOWINJi BAR' ' . Al
near Hnnscom park ,
Nlcn cottage and lot on outskirts of city , $0,10.00.
Cosy cottage near Hauacnm park , $3,200.00.
Nice 0-roam cottage 3010 Pacltlc street , $4.200.00.
Handsome 8-room house , 3211) ) Poppleton a vcnuo ,
$ (1,500.00. (
llrlek and frame cottage , 3111 1'aelfio Htroet ,
Elegant 10-room houno , corner 31st and Pacific ,
Hatidsoiuo brlclc block , two house * ) , corner 32d
and Poppletou avenue , ulegant location , rental
$1,200.00 , prlco $13,500.00 ,
Kli'ifant doubhi resldrncn. No , 1128 and 1130
Suulh iriHt street , Hp.lcloilH groiimls , b.iru , etc. .
will inakn two beautiful homes. Present rental
Will pay over 10 IK.T cent on price asked.
Hicku Real ICstato Atroiicy , 305 N , Y. Lifn bhlg.
MUST BE SOLD. fl-ROOM IIOUSK ON PAVED
street ; small cash payment. Address N ' . ' . lice ,
Rates , lOc a llun each Insertion , $1.50 a line per
month. Nothing taken for less than 2.10 ,
Ajllborally ruwnnled by returiiliiyr to 181H L'apllol
T OST-FUIUAY KVKNINO , A DROWN CLOTH
-LJuapo , bi'twunn Counell llluffs brlilK" anil Laku
Manawa. Finder return to W. A. L , Gibbon It C'u.'u.
1-Jlli and Hnriiey , Oiunha , and rceelvu ruwanl.
Rates , lOon line each limcrllon , Sl.fiO a line per
mouth. Nothing taken for less than ' - ' . " > C' .
-I1 work uy day "of'wiek. . ' " 'KuQi'iirii" ii'-JTl Mnjifuii
nvenuo. 517 i
Wais ; , inun | | nn oac-li Insortloii , $ l.Sn ( line i ir
month , > iolhlu ? taUi.-u for lima than -Jic ,
f \ W. "jlAKKU 0oitMKIlLY ? WITIt" JOHN oT
V/ . Jacobs , iluuL-anoil , latur with M.O. Maul ) , undertaker -
taker and eiubalmur , 312 S. 10th bU Tel. UlVl.
"SECOND-HAN pTqiYPfi WBJTEB3.
llatiii , 10o n linn oaoh luitcrtlon , * 1.50 ulluui > or
iiiouth. yolMnif.iukuii for luusi than aSo.
OYLE.RAIIIl. DEALERS IN Ty i'KWRTftJll'L
All ninUiia boiiKiit , noUl , t-xuhaniruil , riintitl. Ul'j
N. Y. Llfo blU- . Till , 53a 484
I'.atcs , lOunllnoe.ich Inaortlon , il. in a line iwr
> iio lli. Notlilng taken for IOHH than ! i5o.
' Aildreuti Uonloni .SellcoX Ha. , Liku nu , OMc.ixo
_ _ _ _ _ _ 4HU
SEOUBITIE3 FOR BALE.
lUIOH. IWo n wonl tlrst luaurtlou , lc n word thnro-
Bftnr , Noihlmtnlti'n for l * i than ' 'Sc ,
JHTOAGES FOR .
Oiiy iiOaolnlely sjfe , Ainei Real Eslutu airouc-y
1U17 Farnam , nsi'j :
MUSIC. ART AND
Ilali'H. IKii n word llmt insertion , lc ft word thcr -
nflrr. Niithlnr laWen for lim than vie.
" " " " '
.Itjiuuatlf-Jnnanlrueu "ll ) *
Rate line * t ro it llnopor
month. Nothing tnkcn herM UMnv aJo.
l.'Oll WORLH'9 FAIR VISITOR- ) "
.1 til hwl room * * , mono frotiM f itlvnto rp'Mcncc ,
Iwo blocks from Midway f.i r fttlrancr60c < IUK !
SI .00 rx'r il.ijr r.ich iiorson. Tnknf Mkwondir.iMr to
osthst. ss-a Drcxol A\-o. . CliiDnto. MSIH Al
Rjitoi , lOonllno r.ich Inwrtlwil $1 , .10 .1 line par
month. Nothlne takt-n forlimf tU n a. " > c ;
\TOtJNO L.VDIK9 AND nRtfTLf.Mr.N CAM SOON
incnulro.i working knowlp1t < of nhortliaiul nnd
-K'wrltln | nt A. O , Van Sjiilf Kchool of ahort-
hnml.AIS N. Y. Llfo. Tyi > owMt N to niit. 4Srt
Rales , lOc n line nach Insctllnji , 41 .so A Una pur
month. Nothtni ; liken 'or less than * . ' 5o.
r 80NNKNI1KRO. DIAMOND llROKKfl. 130J
u .Douslns st. Loans money on dla-nonilvvalchn * .
etc. OM sold nn < l sliver boiUhU Tel. 1353. 485
Till : IIICALFY .M.VItKIU' .
1NSTKUMP.NT3 placed on reconl July 31 ,
J M HiTclnnm nnd wlfo lo It A lllnck ,
10137 , lilock 12 , Went Lawn . f 850
K K Uuld nnd linsbund tn I ) L Unld ,
lots , block ai.Oicluird Itlll : s can
foot unit 8 31U foul of n DG > ( , lot 1 ,
o ' 5. lot 2 , MiMtay's mlil to South
Omaha ; lot U , block 4 , Mntlmw'g
subillv ; lot 15 , lilock 2 , Cotnor ft
Archnr'snittl toSootli Omnlin . 12,000
U M WHIIntiison nml liusbatul toCatli-
orino llttlott. loll 1 , 2 , 14 to 18 ,
block D , Lakovlow . . .
Sniuu tn sniuo , lots 31 to 03 , block a ,
nninn . 10
Sll.loslyn nnd htisbnnil to OUSttt-
iiliou , lots 1 to 4 , block 'J9 , Koiliitr.o
IMiico . 30.000
W II Crary to Wyntt-11 I.inubor coiu-
imuy , lots 10 und 17 , block 3 , llul3,500
cyou llulnlits . , ' .
M U Dunlnp und huslmnd to 1'aullno
Iolaiiiy , lot 3B , block 3 , KnundiTA &
llltuubauKli'.sadiltoWaliiUt Hill. . . . 2,400
A L ItCDiI to M K Trtitntui , lots 13 nnd
14 und s H lot ID. block IB , Scully's
mlil . . . . . 8.7SO
J I ) McUlury nnd wlfo to A 1) ) Ilutoliln-
fion. lots 1'J nnd0 , blocx 10 , Aiublor
riaco . 450
1) A HBtlliiUtoJ M li ! KOW. s Vilot
8 , blocic87 , SoutliOiiinlin . 1,000
< JUIT CLAIM DEBUS.
K 11 Mnlionoy nnd wlto to II V
aiinrkoy , lot la , block 17 , Scully'8
ndd . 1.200
Tolnl ninoniit of transfers . $54,270
SUES & CO. , Sollcitorj.
Boo Building ; , Omaha , Nob.
4yonrsExnmltior.-lJ. S. 1'ut. Oflloo. Advlcofrou
No fee until patent is obtained.
RHILWBY TIME CHRP
Leaves [ CHICAGO , nURLIS'OTON .Oj-fArrfvoij
Omaha | Dei > ot Kllh ami Mason Sta. I Omaha
4.20 pin Chicago Vnstllmlii H oo am
11.45am Chlcairo Express | i.Main )
12.10am Chlcaso Kxprr-ss 4 . ' .Ti pm
7.17 pin Chlcapii A IQW.I Local B.S5 pm
Di'pot 10th anil M.ison Sts. | Ojnalm
. . . . . . .Denver rtxpr > ; * s . . . . . 4.00 nm
.Dnadwoud Kxproas . 4.oipm
Denver Kxprcai U.iam : )
4.AOpin . Denver Lloiltftd . 12.0.1 am
O.r 0pni . .Nebraska Lucal ( Except Sim ) . . (1.50 pm
S.lftam.Hiieoln | Looal Sun ) . .
Omaha | Union Depot IQthA Marcy Sis , Omaha
( Union Depot 10th Marcy Sts. | West
0.1 ( I pin Lincoln , FalrbilrvT.ocal. . . . lo.-J.- am
U.10 inn Nebraska Statil Lmlte.1 3l ) pm
2.30 pm World's Fair Ltnittod 4.40 pm
K. C. . Si' . JTSTOriir
Depot 10th and Jlanon Sts. _
0. 1 ! > ami . . . . Kansas City Day Express. . . . ! r > .n.r pm
n.4.r pm K. C. Night Exp. via U. 1' . Trans. 0.10 am
0.45 pin | . St. Louis ExprOMH . MJ.40 um
Omaha Union Dnjiot 10th AMarey Sts.
Omaha U. P. Depot and Miirey Sla.
B.30 pm Chicago Express. .
11.30am . . . . . . . .Chicago Kxpross
Leaves I FTrTir.rjT5r\'AL'LKY IArrlvo
Om.-lhnl Dgpot ITith and \VnlHler Sts. | Om.ih
0.50 am Dnndwood Express fi.30 pm
0.50am ( Ex. Sat. ) Wvo. Exp. ( Kx. Moil. ) i.3 ( ) pm
5.30 | mi Norfolk ( Kx. Sunday ) in..Tiam
5.15 inn St. Paul Express Sl.'Sam
Leaves I OillOAGO & NORTH WESTN. ( Arrives
Omalial U. P. depot. 10th &Marcy Sis. I Omaha
leaves I MISSOURI PACIFIC. ( Arrives
_ _ Omahal Depot 15th and Web | _ Ouiah
1.10pm St. Louis Express .T fi.SO am
10.00 p . . .St. Louis Kxpruss 4.'JSpm
5.25 pm . . . .Nebraska Local H.n.lmu
Leaves I C. ST. P. . M. A O. [ Arrives
Oinahal Depot 15th and Webster Sts. I Omaha
Leaves SIOUX CITY A PACIFo. I Arrives
Oumhal Depot , 10 and JIarey Sts. I Omaha
7.2OaM | Sioux City Passenger 110.20pm
4.00pm | St. Paul Kxprt-ns I lIMIOam
Loaves I sfOUX CITY , * ri'7vCiii'iC TAfrTveiT
Oiiialial Dopot. 15th and W'ibHtorSta. I Omnha
6.45nml sT'PaufClmlicd I .2.1am
0.45 pm | Chicago Limit.Hi. | 0,25am
OMAHA A ST. LOUIS. I Arrives
Depot. 10th mitl Marcy.l Onmha
4.0Qpml..St."Loul Cinnoi'i Hall..112.3.1 pm
AND SO TUFA' ELOl'ED. '
JVcio Tnrlc Commtretal.
Now that she jvas in Portsmouth suddenly -
donly deposited , as she had bodn , on the
plunks of tlio station , and the train gone
like n flash she realized for the flrst
time that she had a task on her hands
euch as she had not contemplated.
It was all well enough to bouoino violently
lently and righteously indignant fit Mr.
Pilsbury's outrageous desertion of his
wife and family , and to vow vongoaneo
upon the prepossessing servant girl who
had disappeared ns suddenly and as mys
teriously aa ho had and at the very
aroo time , too. But that neither
brought the deceitful husband within
range of Mrs. Bob Pilflbury's thoroughly
prepared tongno no > Iho saucy and
pretty fuco of the h'purfomaid though
Mrs. Pllnbury Htrenuviialy denied that
such u ernaturo could lio'.pretty within
roaoh of the lady's ilnjj'.bY nails , suDpon-
ing , of course , that tli9 , Sharming little
inlstrcss of Rose cottapjo could so far for
got herself. tt- -
Hut tlioro she was , dvnrf'Mrs. Pllsbury ,
and Portsmouth was nO Oldorvillo.
Mr.s. Pilsbury was liiado painfully
aware of tills latter filet in about three
minutes , when she perceived that not a
single man , woman orcnjijl ; ( in all the
crowd at the elation hcJsisHtyd to pay tlio
slightest attention t < jjmr something
that riho could not remember over to
have happened to hop < it < homo , "in hoi-
born days , " aa nho aftdr'ivfmls ' expressed
it. No , she was in u foal elty now ,
where everybody did not know every
body else , and where nobody at all know
her or cared a button for her or tlio
great wrong that , but a day before , had
excited all Cidprvlllo and the surround
Hut Mrs. Pllsbury was shortly moved
to action by the recalling of the taunt of
that Imtofnl Mrs. January that "she
would soon settle her hiiHlmnd if ho had
eloped with the servant girl with some
thing more olTeetivothan toaral"
Mrs. Pilsbury waited a moment till
the busy ticket agent nceipcd to have a
second's rest from the inquisition : ) of the
ever-inquiring public * and then ap
preached him timidly with the direct
' Dm you see a tall , dark-looking gentlemen -
tlomon , with side whiskers , got off the
earlv morning train from Cidervillo'1
'Accompanied by u rather piettv-
coking young lady tall nnd n blonde ,
Mrs. PUsbury had to catch her
"Ycsl" was nil she could gasp , though
ho wanted to deny the "pretty looking"
' And wearing n light blue hat ,
ivlth n largo ostrich feather ? "
"Yes ! " gasped the poor little woman
ignin , nnd this tlmo harder.
"And did plioliavo n , very plensant
miloV'askcil the ticket agent , evidently
This was too much.
"Tho hussoyl" exclaimed tlio hulls-
nnnt Mrs. Bob Pilsbury , very inucli to
'bo nstonlslinicnt of the man of the
Before ho Imd nn opportunity , however -
ever , to elicit further information than
ho moro fuel that the tall , blondoyoung
ntly was , according to the sweet faced ,
llstrosscd little woman nt the window , a
'hilssoy , ' ' Mrs. Bob had disappeared
through the dnnr.
A sudden rush of the throng nnd
some screaming on the part of the
oinitlo portion of it had caused her to
run suddenly out Into the street with
the rest to see what the excitement was.
Flames were bursting out of the upnov
vlndows of u Inrgo clntlr factory on the
ilock below , and engines were "tearing
down the street , followed by the usual
crowd. Soon the street was black with
Ouo of these heads belonged to the
nubarul of Mrs. Hob I'llsbury. Though
only n rear view was obtainable , the ox-
: ltcd , enterprising little mistress of
' 3oso Cottage succeeded by hard push-
'ng in getting so good n rear view that
< bo could almost have thumped Mr. Bob
vith the end of her parasol
But her moment of triumph Imd not
yet cQino. The dorclict husband dlsap-
> onrcd from her field of vision quito as
suddenly as ho had appeared thereon ,
nnd Mrs. Bob was bewildered.
The lire belched forth from the third
story , and horrors ! three pirls' faces
came for an instance to the windows of
the fourth anil then drew back.
Mrs. Bob was all of a tremble. She had
lover witnessed such a sight before.
She admitted , when afterwards she re-
sailed this scene , that her graceless hus
band's escapade did not exclusively absorb
serb her thoughts and emotions for that
But a chance remark of a benevolent-
looking old gentleman beside her caught
lior oar , and Mr. Pilsbury and the prepossessing -
possessing servant girl quickly and ex
clusively inlhtincd her imagination again.
" \Vo must hurry , " wild the old gentle
man to a young preacher who scorned
to bo his companion , ' 'or the happy
couple will grow impatient. An elopement -
mont , you know "
lint the crowd swayed back before tbo
clubs of three policemen , and Mrs.
Pilsbury was pushed out of hearing ,
* nd the benevolent old gentleman and
the preacher were pushed out of her
She soon caught a glimpse of them
again , however , on the opposite side of
the pavement and swiftly followed them
toward tbo center of the town. She
saw them enter a gate next to a church
and mount the stops of a quiet red brick
house , which she was sure was the
parsonage. How her heart beat !
There were several persons in the
street and she was unnoticed as she
crossed over to the church. Mrs. Bob
was. prepared with her speech for the
denouement. Every word of it was
choice , dramatic and"burning. It would
wither any man. Robert Pilsbury
would know the stuff she was made of.
She moved cautiously within the
shadow of the house of God , continually
going ever her speech. She could see
into the parlor through the side win
Minnie was- there ! The impudent ,
shameless minx , dressed up in a stylish
brand new blue cashmere , with hat and
trimmings to match , stood with her
back to the window. Mrs. Bob caught
Jiersolf a moment to regain her breath.
The next instant the form of Mr. Pils
bury appeared in the parlor ! Poor little
tlo wife ! There are sudden crises in life
when indecision paralyzes us for an in
stant. Then , without the guidance of
reason , wo do exactly the opposite of
what our reason , our determination
and our impulse hud agreed on , and we
ever after wonder why wo did so. Such
nn experience came to poor little Mrs.
She dismissed her choice speech , her
indignation and her courage , and with
her bosom swelling with emotion , and
two great tears in her eyes , faced
squarely about and started away.
"Alary ! Mary ! Mary ! "
Now hho quickened her pace and fell
' Mary ! Mary ! Oh , Mary ! "
She knew that voice well enough , and
she Hod from it like a deer. But the
strain hud boon too great , and who had
not gone u blcck when she sank down
on a doorstop , fainting.
Her husband was at her side the same
Yes , Minnie had eloped. So had Mr.
Pilabury. That is , he hadgono to Ports
mouth the game time his pretty eorvant
girl had , and was there concerned in an
alTair of the heart with a mar
riage license and a preacher
as the sequel. But ho didn't , marry any
body. Ho only assisted his pretty serv
ant girl , who.se hard-hearted parent K
had wrongfully attempted to interfere
with her happiness in a union with a
very worthy young man said young
man having boon in the employ of Mr.
Pilsbury in Now York , and looking very
much like him.
"Women can never bo trusted in such
matters , you know , " Bald Pilsbury , ex
cusing his conduct , "or I should have
told Mrs , Bob. But there wasn't any
time to lose , either , for , you see , Min
nie's parents were determined to boat
us , and so 1 eloped too ! "
Fireworks tonight , Courtland beach.
Drmnrr.illn Civil Servlnn Hiillni ; ,
FOKT WAYNIJ , Ind. , July 'U. The
Postolllco department has mrulo a ruling
on the civil service rules that will bring
joy to the hearts of democrats all ever
the country. Ono week ugh the Fort
Wayne postolllco changed hands , Cecil
W. Jllgelns , republican , retiring in
favor of Wright . Uockhlll. The em
ployes of the ollltto , nil rt'iJiiblieantt , were
routing cany tinder the impro-ii-lon thut
the civil Borvleo law scoured them in '
tlioir positions , for a time at least , until
the now postmaster umild llnd BOIIIOxx -
CHSO other than that of purtisiinxhip
upon which to. u > < .lc for their roMgnattoim.
Friday , however , Chief Money Order
Clerk Adams. Assistant Money Order
Clerk Clarence Swaim und Stamp Clerk
Polorsou were surprised to receive written -
ton requests * from the postmaster to tale
olTect ut once. It was then discovered 1
that Postmaster Kockhill hud asked for 1i i
an Interpretation of the civil Rurvlco
rules ns regards certain employe. ' . The
department ruled that the postmaster ,
inasmuch an ho was hold responsible for
the acts of hln buburdlnutos , had a right
to appoint tluteo employes win hamllo
the money of tliu olllco namely , the
Htiunp clerks and money order clerks.
TIVII Tlilnvti * Mii't liuir i.
VINITA , I. T. . .Inly 1)1.-Word ) having
been received that a bundf ( cuttle
thieves contemplated making a raid on
the rnnoht'-i in this vicinity , a deputy
United States marshal and a po4o were
Pont out to Intercept the gang last night t ,
und battle butwcim iliu twu pirilu3 ;
ensued , Ralph Hallock was shot and
killed ami Hill Somors was fatally
wounded. Both were members of the
thieves gang. The others , some six In
number , escaped.
Fireworks tonight , Courtland beach.
l.irK3 H 1TII .1 HKOKK.V .MWK.
A Ilumnrknlili * Acrlilrnt In nn limn Fnrinrr
with n UmiMml Koult.
ASAMOSA , In. , July ! U. A peculiar nccl-
ilcnt \ , occurred ono tnilo nouth of Monllcollo ,
, this county. Harry Sanderson fell from n
lo.id of hay and not only dislocated his spinal
column between the thlnt nnd fourth vcr-
tobrw , but be also broke tbo pivot between.
the llrst nnd second vcrtet > rn nml tbo liga
ment which holds tno head In nn
erect position. Notwithstanding this tin-
usual nnd exceedingly dangerous dislocation
bo Is still nllvo and very easy , with pros-
poets of recovery. Mr. Sanderson , who Is a
farmer , was engaged In helping unload a
load of hay. Ho was on 'tho load nnu was
jerking the rope which snapped the horse hay
fork. When ulvlng It a decidedly hard Jerk
the rope broke and ho was precipitated to the
grounu , which ho struck with his
head. Ho was rendered Insen-
slblo for a fo\r moments only ,
for by the tlmo Mr. Ackemian , his brother-
in-law , had reached Ms sldo ho had risen
and tried to walk , bill his bond fell forward
on his breast , and be could not ralso It. Ho
began to stagger , but before ho foil ho was
supported by Mr. Ackerman , who laid him
on some hay until ho could bo removed to
the house. Ho was tnkon to the house and
put Ui bed. Ho complained of n pain In his
neck and \vns unable to exert any voluntary
motion of his head.
Dr. , T. Thomas was summoned at onco. Ho
found by an examination that tboro was not
only the dislocation , but a lonring loose of
the ligament that holds the head in an erect
position , nnd a fracture of the little pivoted
piece of bono that locks the llrst and
second vertebrae together. The man
bad to taico his hands and place
bis head Into desiroit positions , The
doctor ni'niinUtcrcd ' temporary treat
ment , and as soon as possible placed tbo
bead and neck into a plaster of p.irls cast.
Dr. Kunz was called in consultation and ho
verified the conclusions Dr. Thomas had
reached. Mr. Sanderson Is in cheerful
spirits nnd oats bis meals with regularity.
Yesterday ho also indulged in the luxury of
n smoke. If inflammation of the spinal chord
does not set in ho is likely lo live.
Tlio question of reducing the dislocation
has been discussed by the physicians and
they nro not Inclined to ndviso the experi
ment. There are cases on record where
such a dislocation has been reduced , but
tbo successful ones nro very raro. If the
ligaments are badly torn , ns the symptoms
Indicate , a stretching of the man to throw
tbo vertebra * into joint would bo likely to
result In a straight pull upon the spinal
cord , producing instant death. It Is possi
ble for Mr. Saunderson to get about again
without anything further being done , but
in that cnso his head would have to lie sup
ported by a cage like aQ'air resting upon bis
shoulders. It will bo remembered Unit such
a man lived in this part of the state a year
or two IRO , ami that ho was on the streets
of MouUcello a time or two. Thodislocntton
does not cause any pressure upon the spinal
cord ; In fact , the doctors say it is at the
only point wliero sui-b a favorable condition
Fireworks tonight , Courtland beach.
It looked n little bit like old times in pollen
court yesterday. The audience was largo
and the gang or prisoners brought up num
bered an oven two dozen. Six toiifrli looking
mugs wcro brought up flrst to answer to the
charge of vagrancy. All of thorn claimed to
bo Denver laborers working their way back
oast. The judge lot thorn nil go. IIo was
sorry for it afterward , for ho learned that
two of tlio tr.unps who \vorlcod tbo Denver
racliiit on him were ro.illy Omaha bums.
The next time n man tries that racket ho
will have to prove that ho has been thrown
out of employment in the Queou Uity of the
After the sixbohocs had been turned loose
a little follow who pave his name as .fohit
Kelly anil his ago as M years was called out.
The lad s-iitl that ho had boon makint * ; a liv
ing by Helling papers in Color.ido Springs
but that times got so hard that nobody
would buy a paper and so ho decided to
travel toward the cast via the H. & M. box
car route. "Skip out , " said the Judpo
and the ragged urchin inado n jiolitc little
bow , said "thank yoil , " and incandorod
slowly out of the door.
Iti'tullatu * on tli DoKtorn.
MOUNT PLEASANT , la. , July 31. Two prom
inent doctors of this city have got Into deep
w.itcr by inalcing a blunder in the prosotju-
tion of a faith healer , who came hero last
spring to operate upon the credulity of
Henry county people. Francis Warnon com
menced to hold meetings In a church
hero in May and professed healing by
faith. Ho did not do a very lucrative
business , though several pers.ons allowed
him to try his made upon them for various
bodily ills. Or. A.Y. . McOluro and C. r.
Marsh hud him in-rested und commenced
prosecution under tbo Iowa liws for praiv
ticincr healing : without a certificate , hut bo-
ciiusoof a technicality In the information
the prosecution failed. Now AVarnon comes
bade at the two physicians named with a
suit llled In the district court for damages
bcc-uuso of the prosecution , the amount
claimed being & 1C.OOO from each ,
( 'iiiiipluti.il Her I.iini ; Tramp n Winner.
CHICAGO , July.11. Mr.s. Lucille Hod-
noy of Gulvostoii , Tex , , who ha boon
tramping from Dallas to Chicago hinco
May 10 , arrived at ICnglowood , a miburb
of Chicago , yesterday , and Hho completed
the technical part of the wager by walk
ing into Chicago thin morning , register
ing at the Polk street depot , Mrs , 11 jcl-
noy started from ( inlvcstun May 10 on a
wager thut aho would walk to Chicago
by Augtwt 1 , and she wins by a day and
wins easily. She has boon accompanied
all the way .by her hudbmd ; , O. J ) . Uod-
noy , and W. W. llalliday , who represent
sent- ! the losers of the wagor. Mrs. Rod
ney iii 211 yenrx old , pretty nml engaging ,
and the amount that liu wins by her
fiiiceowful walk In S5.000 , said to bo ono-
quarlor of the amount the uyndlcato
baekiny her won by her walk.
Fireworks tonight , OVnirlland bounh.
CliorDlic" wtrli | Iliiomnrs I'litini'il ,
CALim'KLL , Kan. , July : ) ! . The thou-
p.indii of biomiirn dii the border of the
( . 'horokeo Strip heard with ]
torday that another month will lind
tln'in in the ] ) ri > inl.ud laud. In po.s e-.sion
of good homo.s , if liu-ky , or out in Iho
cold if unfortunate In making folcctlons.
Although Secretary I ( uko Smith U in
the northwest In Proildcnt " .Hm" "
private car , his Hccretnry , Mr. Minis * , in
pushing the details with vlgi > r. Mr.
Sims thinks that September 1 will bo the
day hot in the iirosldont'x proclamation ,
which will bo issued very soon after ho
gets back to Washington from Gray
Fireworks tonight , Courtland beach.
TlieVnnl N'lui Hour * .
NKW Vomc , July : U. Tlie onicors of
the local branches of the International
Brotherhood of Bailer Makers anil Iron
Shipbuilders have aiinmnu.vil that they
will t n August I give fourteen day *
notice of thulr Intoniion t > i demand r.
work day i f nlno hi u % > 3 , The iw i FUV
thutKovi'riilcnii.loyorjiuro likely to < j lift
THINK IT WILL BE REPEALED
Furchaso Olsinso of the Sherman Law is How
Doomed to Dio.
LEADING SENATORS ON THE SHERMAN LAW
Slo-mrl OlviM A < urmiCT Thnl Itn Will Not
SprliiRi-r Very Likely to
Itclnln Ills ( Mil .lob Ailvnrjji *
( limrtl Already Arriving.
WASHINGTON , July 31. Although
congress is ns yet eight days
olT the advance guard is hoginntnir to
make ita appearance. The rank and
llo ! will not coino before the latter part
of the week. Senator ( ionium , who
will bo the leader on the domrcrnllo
side of the senate , has returned from
his summer ontlng nt Saratoga. Sen
ator Quay arrived here Saturday night.
Senator Quay , by the way , Is in reality
nn ox-senator , as ho was absent from
Washington on March 4 last and failed
to qualify for the term to which ho had
Itcen elected by the Pennsylvania legis
lature. Speaker Crisp arrived last
night. Senator Stewart of Nevada , who
is looked upon as the free silver loader ,
was here yesterday , but left to attend ,
the silvur congress at Chicago.
It can bo stated as the consensus of
opinion of these three leaders that the
bill for the unconditional ro | > oal of the
Sherman silver purchase law will pass ,
the house ami senate. Mr. Stewart , who ,
has been famous In the past for his
speeches on silver , gives the assurance
that there will bo no attempt to Illlbus-
ter by either himself or his associates
in the senate. It was feared that the
various silver senators would delay the
vote on tlio repeal bill by almost Inter
minable speeches , n procedure which
could not bo cheeked owing to senatorial
courtesy , but Mr. Stewart , after consul
tation with the other free silver sen
ators , has concluded that n policy of de
lay would bo unwise.
Public opinion of the country at largo
demands repeal and the free silver
senators will make no attempt to defeat
it. They will content themselves with
concise speeches Hotting forth their ob
jections to the repeal of the Sherman
law. Then they will permit the bill to
pass. This program , ama/ng ! as It is in
view of the general expectation of a
long drr.wii contest , Is easily explained.
Mr. Stewart holds that the monthly
purchase of silver under the SJiornwn
law is not the cause of the present linan-
em ! depression , in spite of President
Cleveland's assertion to the contrary.
Ho maintains that the uncertainty in
busini'ss circles as to what is to bo done
with the tariff is really the cause for the
present stringency , lie knows that this
view is shared by many of his ojlleujruos
on b'tb the democratic and republican
sides. Ho argues , therefore , that the
best way to prove the accuracy of lii.i
position"is to permit the repeal of the
Sherman act and thereby Mop the
monthly purchase of 4,500,000 , ounces of
silver. In the sumo court-e of six or
eight months the financial situation , ac
cording to Mr. Stewart , will bo as bad as
it irt at present , if not worse , because
the uncertainty as to the tarilT will have
intonsiliod it. Having thus proved that
the pnrcliiibo of silver was not the cause-
of the trouble the free silver men in the
house and senate buliuve they will bo
able to appeal for some legislation in bo-
thaif ol silver , and they think that pub-
lic'opinion will concede that something
is due to them. Then Homo silver measure
will be introduced which will be nccopt--
nblo to both houses. This in Senator
Stewart's policy. If ho follows it , as is
his present intention , there seems to bo
not good reason why the silver question
cannot bo disposed of early in the extra
Today will settle vhothcr the treasury
is to purchase the full amount of 4,500-
000 ounces of silver under the Sherman
law lor the current mouther whether
it can permit the purchases to fall below
that amount. Today is the last pur
chase day of the month. Up to date
there has'bccn a total of about 2,280,000 ,
ounces purchased for tlio July account.
In the past the heaviest purchase of
silver in any ono day has not exceeded
1,000,000 ounces. In order to roach the
limit of 4,500,000 , ounces the silver men
would be obliged to dispose of 2,420,030 ,
ounces today. The chances are
that the offerings will not exceed these
of the last few purchase days , so that a
total of 2,500,000 , , ounces for the entire
month seems a safe estimate.
There Is a growing impression that
William M. Springer of Illinois will
again bo placed at the head of the ways
and means committee , notwithstanding
the reports current for the last four
months that ho would bo relegated to
Koine obscure and harmless chairman
ship. One of the veterans of congress ,
who fought Mr. Sprinjrer two years ago ,
and has boon against him ever blnco ,
concedes that Mr. Springer will again
head tlio tarilT committee. "If there
had been a general shaking up in the
house , " said the veteran , " .Springer
would have gone tJ the rear , but as the
congressmen come to town they show
a tendency toward organi/.lng the
house with the old Man" of olll-
COI-H throughout. There will be
no contest ever the speakoi'Hhip , and
the present prospects are that the
old clerk , the old doorkeeper , the old
Borgeiint-at-arms and the old liounopo.il-
master will bo re - . This
tendency toward rnorgani/.utlon on the
old lines will extend to the committed
chairmanships and will prevent a ,
general shaking up. The retiring of
Springer and Hotmail would certainly
create inucli bad blood. It would bo a
blow ut tjio morals of the now house at
Its very outset , Mr , Crisp is too con-
Borvativo a man to wish to stir up such
ill-feelings , and ho will undoubtedly
yield to the present tendency to re-
organlxo on the old linos.
Fireworks tonight , ( Join-Hand bond ) .
Muy Hnlurd tlio Crop .Movonii'iil.
ST. PAUL , July 31. The flninilul )
Htrlngoncy has struck the grain buyer *
of the state * of Minnesota , North Da
kota and South Dakota and the mniorH
of crops ) express doubt us to their ability
to meet the bitimtion , Money in not
flowing in this direction , n.i usual at this
time of the year , and the I/auks have
no money to lend. A plan for moving
tnu oi'up ban been proposed and Is being
adopted in ROIIIO parts of southern
Minnesota and will very probably ba
generally adopted as the practical Hulii *
ti'in ' of the question. The grain men
will IhKun their checks for grain pur
chased of the farmorri , payable llftccn
day.s after date , which would allow lima
for the collection of drafts against con
signments , but will only outer mich
drafts for collodion. This plan makes n
division of the burden. Even with this
arrangement the crop must move HlowTy ,
nnd farmeri * who are obliged to ell muv
llnd tluiiiibclvo.s much Inconvenienced.
OTIiiliortr HnllK fur Amrrlr * .
LONDON , JulyIII. Kdward O'FIahorty
sailed from Queunstown on the steamer
Uinbrhi today for America. In roupon ate
to an iiddruks from the Irish loadcru , ha
Kind his Holuiirn In Ireland convinced
him that John Ucdmond'd was the only
Irish parly. Ho criticised Hovorely tha
( f the Irish federation lu Amor-
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