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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , MAY 29 , 1895.
SPECIAL NOTICES ,
ta for Ilitno column-will ho
taUrn fiitll 12I3O p. in , for the ermineand
nntll 8 j > . m , fur the morning nnd Sunday
Advertiser * , liy rrnnrnllng a nomltore'l
clitck , tun Imro nnnurm nildrrsird to n
numbered letter In rnrn or Tim lleo. An-
Mters n.i nililrcMcil " 111 lie ilrllvoroil upon
I limitation ot the rlicck only. little * ,
1 I-2c niorO , Orst liiicttlon , la n wont
licrrnflnr , Nothing taken ( or lr tlmn ! ! Cc
tor llr t Insertion
Iliene adtcrtlioinents nitut tun ronsrcii-
POSITION IIY THOnorUIII.Y .
young ludy ntrnngraplitr , experience. ! In gene ul
oillcc work ) best cliy reference. AJJrtuM I * ; > ' .
WANTKU. IIY A COMl'KTHNT YOUNO I.ADY.
a position In family to teach unmll children
during mitnnicr. AiKlrrs * , Urace M. 'Wrston ,
2SI5 ( . nHfiirnlii Bt. A 3S1-21 *
WANTED WALE HELP.
WANTKD , 1.00) MKN TO WI11TU ME TODAY
for the receipt ( ubwilulclr five. In plain ncnl-U
envelope ) which cuieJ mo of nervous itcblllty ,
exhau-tnl vitality , etc. Aildrcss C. J. Walker ,
borl,3ll.K-Llam iooincli. H-M I6J
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WANTBD , MAN TO TAKRbniKR3 IN CITY
( or old cutablUheil hauxu ; lornier experience
unnecrotmry and imlnry paid weekly. Apply
afler a. m. til 1518 Douglas. 11-M6I4 JO
The Hawks Nursery Co. ,
Milwaukee , WU. n-MTSU JIG *
CUI1AN l-'HKCKLES , I'UItU AND MII.I ) . 6C.
It 184 J21
WANTII > , HAIISMIN : TO HULL , A KINK
line of oils , Krruat's , petroleum , cxchiHlxcly ur
an a Hide line ; vxpiTlonce tiol necessary. Ad-
Orcss The Tlon.1 Oil Co. , Cleveland , Ohio.
WANTlil > LAITNUUYMAN IMMKDJATKIA's
will give lialf p.irtncrthlp In pliint against ex
perience to UM Ml round laundrymnn that Is
llrst-class In e\ery re-pcct. Uon'l 'write unless
you can nil the bill. Crete 8U > nm Laundry ,
Crete , Neb , It M I7 50 *
WANTKI ) , GOOD , STKADY. SOIIHIl IIHIIAD
and caUa baker ; single nun pi t Torrrtl , work Is
llKlit , but steady. AdilreEs'ut once. Grlunold
bakery , 1' . O. Iwx Z > 2 , Qrlswold. la.
1I-M30I ; p
WANTEU FEMALE HELP.
AllU YOU I1ONUST , BOllLMl , INDUSTRIOUS ?
If no , engage with u ( ur 189j ; J300 u month.
} 3 GOO a yeur ; you cur , make It easy : six hours
a day. Our UKent.i il i not complain of hard
times. V.'hyT They are making money selling
our 1'crfccllon Dish Washer ; the only practical
family unlit r manulucturtil ; washes , drU-s
and polishes dishes perfectly In two minutes ;
no excellence necessary ; a Lhlld of 8 operates
It easily ; cheap nnd durable : weight , thlitecn
Rounds ; nmde of antitrust sheet stiel ; capio-
y , 100 piece * ; ilO.ooo for HH ivjualj every lum-
llyunts one ; you don't have to canvas ; as
teen as people know you have It ( or * ale
they Hcntl for n dish washer , eitch agent's
territory protected ; no competition ; we fur
nish sample ( ut'lghs six u nmJ.i ) In nlra case
to lady agents to take orders with ; ono agent
made > 214.U1 Hist ten days. Address for full
particulars 1'crfcctlon Mfg. Co. , 12nglcwood , III.
WANTUD , ami. ron auNnuAt , 1 1 o u REwork -
work at 51U Lcu.t street. C M3I2 t8 *
OB BENT HOUSES.
1IOUSK3 , P. K. DAHMNa. UAIlKUIl IILOCK.
HOURS IN ALU 1'AHTS OF TlIE CITY. TUC
O. I * . Davis company , ISCS Kuruurn. D 3G1
IIOUSUS ; UUNISWA. & CO. , 108 N. 15TH ST.
II. U. COLE CO. LAHO1S3T LIST IN OMAHA.
I70S FAIINAM STIIKCT.
W. M. lingers , 122J Kanmm street. D 33 >
NICE MODEIIN FLATS , J. W.
Hyilre , 218 Hoc IlulldliiB. D 318
Foil IIENT7"DESIUAIJLL - -
9 rooms , 211 B. 21th nt. . 130.
7 rooms , 42US Cumlng St. . J .
7 looms , W N. 27lh me. . H..M.
I r > ems , 4307 Cnsa St. . ( W.
f rooms , < 'J27 Duvenport St. , H9.
C rooms , S420 JacUso.i st. . ti.
B roimia , SD13 Pintt nt. , )7.
Bco Kldcllly Trusl Co. . 1702 Parnam St. D-531
LAltQE UST. , 16TH & DOUGLAS.
U 317 J3
IU3NT , PINE NEW 10-UOOM IIOUSK , 020
N. 28th st. H , T. Clnrke , 219 UoarU o ( Trade.
DENTAL AOnNCY , 310 NO. 1CTII ST.
FOR UENT. AT DCLLVUE. NEAR II. R.
depot , a line 10-room house , line ground * ;
nbundant fruit : also 4room cottage. Henry T.
Clark , No. 219. Hoard of Trade , Omaha , or
\V. 11 , llctt. Uellvue. D-736
A FLAT , G ROOMS. WITH 11AT1I AND OAS ;
very complete ; suitable ( or housekeeping. 314
Bo. 26th st. D-M7I1
JfCAULY NKW 6-nOOM COTTAOE WITH
bath , reduced to J13.50. 9035 California st.
VKIIY DKSIHAI1LE FURNISHED HOUSE.
close In. J. H. Sherwood , 4tl N. Y. Life.
_ _ "
TEN-ROOM MODERN HOt'Sn , CLOSE Itf" ;
5-ruom loltngp , city nter : store building , i0 !
Fnrnam. L. S. Skinner , agent , 310 New Yoili
10-ROOM HOlISi : . MODERN , LOCATED 5ll
Douglas. W. F. Clark. D M906J1S *
FURNISHED OR"UNI'IMINISHED ; " " THE
handsomest residence In 1Cuntze IMace. For
Sarllculara i nqulro Adolph Meyer , 13th and
"amain. _ D 152
FOR RENT , 9 ROOM HOUSE , MODERN 1M-
provemrntR , well located. Imiulre 1S05 Sher
man avrnue. D M1C6
FOR RENT-A COMrLHTI.-LY FURNISHED
house , beautifully located , convenient , to busi
ness. For particulars Inquire of I * R. Skinner ,
room 310 New York Life. . D 2K-M *
FOR , RENT , MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE. ISli
draco St. , JM. Apply to I. A. Scott , Omaha
Nat , bank. D-M214 30
TO RENT , HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS , MODERN.
detached , barn , nice lawn , good neighborhood.
Ask nt 1704 Farnam. D 144 31
FOH RENT. 8-ROOM HOUSE , ALL MODERN
lmpro\ements ; hard w < od llnlsh. No. 401 N.
23d sU D MKJ 28
TEN-ROOM , I1RICK ; OAS. HATH , LAUNDRY ;
not basement plan ; Keys 20)1 ) Capitol a\enuc.
adjoining. D MS33 31 *
TWO 9-JIOOM 1IRICIC HOUSES , 1330-41 PARK
nvvnue , facing llanscom park , nearly new
\ \ linrd uood llnlfh ; llrat class modern con
tt vcnlenccs. Inquire 1113 South Thlrty-secom
street , 1 > M3J9
FOR RENT. MY RESIDENCE. COR. 2ITH AW
St. Mary's avc. ; also offer my horses am
cairlngcs for sale. Mrs. M. Hcllman.
D-373 1 *
TO RENT. JUNE 1ST , FOR SUMMEI
months , furnished houie of seven rooms 01
I'ark inenuf. Address R * 0 , Dee.
U M376 )
_ _ _ _ _ _
FIVE ROOM COTTAGE. 819 S. 21ST STREET
FOR RENT. HOUSE OF TEN ROOMS. 113 S
18th st All modem ron\enlences. Inquire a
201) ) S. 16th st. D. T. Mount. . D-3M
I OK KENT VUKNlbHED BOOMS ,
NICE SOUTH FRONT ROOM. WELL FUR.
nlehed , private family. Call 2112 Cass st ,
_ _ _
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Call nt 2107 Douglas. E M79J 1
I'LEASANT ROOM. 1919 DODOE. B-MJjT
FURNISHED ROOM. 626 8. 10TII STREET.
. B-M107 J18 *
t NICE Ft'RNISHED ROOM3 FOR LIOH1
hoiuckecplng. 1111 South llih. E J03-iS'
FURNISHED ROOMS , SINGLE OR ENStUTE
613 Si 13th. .In ! lloor. south side. E * j'.3ij *
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS , 507 8. 2ith AV
E M31C S *
Fl'RNISIlED ROOM FOR RENT. SOI S. 25TI
cheup , cool , large lann , 2iill St. Mary's.
E-M400 30 *
rURNISHED ROOMS AND BO ARI
1S11 CHICAGO. EXCELLENT LOCATION ' FO1
iwms with board. Mrs. Churchill. F M32) ) 2 *
MUVATE FAMILY CAN Ac"cOMMODATl
uenlleman and wife , or twr > gentlemen ; pleas
ant front room * , good lionrO. at 211 ! Cans
K MIM 29 *
J'lIE ROSE. MO IIARNEY. NICE FURNlSIIEl
rooms with iKMrd ; rpeclal intea to gentleman
P SQ.J2 |
ROOMS WITH HOARD AT THE SIIH1NER
iH S. Nth street , F M10 SO *
IIOOMS Wmi UOARU , UTOPIA , 1121 DAVEN
port st. F-3SS-3 *
UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO REN1
I'NFURNISIIED ROOMS ; OIT
U-M39S 9 *
ICR RENT STORES AND OFFICE ;
FOR i RENT-THE 4-STORY 1IRICK 1IUILDINC
91 ( Farnnm street. This building has a Ur <
proof rrmeut bairmrnt. rmnplet * team heal
Ing fixtures , * wster on all llourf , gai , etc. Ac
ply at lha ollle * or The. lie * . 1 919
DESK ROOM vlu.\lTj. WE"L5iTlANS. 5
DorJ of TiiJe , I 1IS3I
MEN AND WOMEN. K TO 119 A DAY. ADdress -
dress the. Handy Heater Co. , S3I New York
Life bldg. , Omaha , Neb. J-SH
LAI1Y AOENTS lU'IIUHH UNDEItaARMENT ;
nulrk snlen ; big prollts. Catnloguc free. Mrs.
N , II. I.lttlo Mfg. Co. , Chicago , III.
AOENTS , CAN YOU VISIT STORES AND
show our sign printing muchlm- merrhanlsT
Write quick. Stamp Arc Co. , Racine , \Vls
J-MM2 29 *
WANTJiD TO RENT.
LIST HOUSIM TOR RENT WITH O. O. WAI.-
lace , 312 Ilronn blk. Have calls ( or cottages.
LIST HOUSES FOR RENT WITH F. D. WEAD.
WANTED. LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOM
In private family , west o ( 21th st. Reference.
Addr-.w II 22 llt- . K 383-23 *
STORAGE. FRANK EWERS , 1214 IIARNEY.
IJEHT STORAGE IlUILDINf IN OMAHA. U. 8 ,
gov. bonded warehouv nousehold goods -.toreaj
lowest rates. 1013-101J Leavcnworth , M 377
STOVES STORED DURING SUMMER TEL.
SCO. 1M7 Douglas. Omaha Stove Repair Work * .
PACIFIC STORAGE * WAREHOUSE CO. . 9TH
& Jones sts. General storage and forwarding.
M 57 4
WANTED TO BITS
STOCKS OF CLOTHING , GENTS' Ft'RNIBH *
Ing * , hats and shoes. S , Arnsteln , 1303 Douglas
street , Omaha , Neb. N M706-J3
WANTED. GOOD SECOND HAND UPRIGHT
piano , cheap. Roberts nt llennett's. N 263
VANTEI ) , TO HUY. FOR SPOT CASH , SECondhand -
ond-hand furniture ; parties contemplating
breaking up housekeeping would do well to
call or address C. F. U. , nt Merchants hotel
FOR SALE 1TURNITTJRE.
. OR BALI : ON ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL TO
New York , will sell nil the furniture , carpets ,
etc. , of a 10-room house cheap. Call at 631
8. 2 lh ave. O-MC21
FOR SALEHORSES , WAGONS.ETO
On SALE OR TRADE. TOR GROCERIES , A
good buggy horse. 1C12 Douglas st.
P M185 25
' 1RST CLASS FAMILY HORSE AND FINE
phaeton. 83' ' ) South 21st street. P 377 2' '
FOK SALE MISCELLANEOUS
iVEGMAN PIANOS , BRIDGEPORT ORGANS.
Woodbrldge Rros. , 117 S. 17lh. Q-379
IARDWOOD COMBINATION HOG AND
chicken fence. Clms. R. Lee. , Otli and Douglas ,
HE STANDARD CATTLE CO. , AMES. NEIL ,
has 400 tons good baled hay to sell. Q M472
OR SALE-A PET DEER. INQUIRE A. D.
Ilrnndels , Boston Store. Q MO *
UI1AN FHECKLES SOLD EVERYWHERE , 5C
AUNLDY MACHINERY , S15 N. 1CTH
street , Omaha. Q-M3I9 Jl *
.IRS. . OR , It. WARREN , CLAIRVOYANT , RE
liable business medium , 8th year at 119 N. 16th.
MASSAGE. BATHS. ETC.
.IADAM . SMITH , M2 S. 13TII , 2D FLOOR. ROOM
3 ; magnetic , \npor , alcohol , steam , HUlphurlne
nnd sea baths. T M312-1 *
IOST COMMODIOUS BATH PARLORS IN
city. Mine. Howell. 318 & 3JO S. 15th ; thoroughly
practical chiropodist and manicurist attendant.
T MS13-JH *
MADAM LA RUN. 1C17 HOWARD ST.
MASSAGE , MADAME IJERNARD , 1421 DODGE.
T Ml53 3 *
MRS. DR. LEON , ELEGANT MASSAGE AND
electric bath parlors , restful and refreshing.
No. 412 North 14lh street. T M33I 1 *
TURKISH BATHS ; ONLY PLACE IN CITY
exclusively ( or ladles. Suite 109-110 , Bee bldg.
SIX 1JATHS 3. MME. POST. 31914 S. 15TH.
THE 1JELLE EPPERLY CORSET , MADE TO
order ( rom measure. 1909 Farnam street.
VIAVI CO. . 318 BEE IILDO. ; HEALTH BOOK
( ree ; home treatment ; lady attendant. U 331
B. HAAS. FLORIST. PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS.
Iianquet. hall , residence and grave decoration * .
1813 Vlnlon street. Telephone 778. II M993
11ATHS. MASSAGE. MSlE. POST , 319V4 S. 11TI1.
CUBAN FRECKLES , WORTH IOC FOR 5C.
U 184 J21
PLEDGES NOT REDEEMED OR EXTENDED
by June 15 will bo sold at auction. 1'red Mohlc ,
111754 Farnam. U M2I3 13
ASSISTANT IN A HIGH SCHOOL WISHES TO
tench In family In Onmha or Council HlulTs
for the summer. Pleasant home mote of n
consideration than salary. Address R 5 , Bee.
U M351 SO *
PRIVATE HOME FOR LADIES DURING
confinement ; babies adopted or otherwise pro
vided for. 2C31 Charles street , Omaha. Neb.
U M8C6-JH *
UMBRELLAS COVERED AND REPAIRED ,
315 , No. 16th. Jas. Henderson. U 3S7 J 27
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. , 318 N. Y. LIFE ,
loans at low rates for- choice security In Ne
braska and Iowa ( arms or Omaha city property.
MONEY TO IXDAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate , lirennan. Love & Co. , Paxton blk.
IMPROVED CITY LOANS AT LOWEST RATES.
H. II. Harder & Co. , ground lloor. Bee bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL ESTATE
at C per cent. W. U. Alelkel , 1st Nat. Bk. bldg.
MONEY 1O LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property. Fidelity Trust company , 1702 Farnam.
CITY LOANS. C. A , STARR. CIS N. Y. LIFE.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE
O. F , Davis Co. , 1503 Farnam st. W SS8
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 Fnrnam.
INVESTORS DIRECTORY CO. . 10 WALL ST. ,
New York , offer any part 100.000 eastern In
vestors' names , who have money to Invest ;
Just compiled. Write for particulars.
AGENCY U. S. MORTGAGE & TRUST CO. .
for K per cent loans submit applications to
Puicy u Thomas , Council Ilturta oillcc.
LIFE IN8URANCE _ POLICIES LOANED ON
or bought. V. O. Cheaney , Kansas City , Mo.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
ture. pianos , bars ? * , wagons , or any kind of
chattel security at lowest possible rates , which
you can pay back at any time or In an >
amount. FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO. .
Room 4. Wltlmell block. X37 >
J. B. HADDOCK. ROOM 427 , RAMOE RLOCK.
MOf4EY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND
planes. Fred Terry , 430 Ramge blk. X-371
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS ,
horses , wagons , etc. , at lowest rates In city ;
no rcmo\al o ( goods : strictly confidential ; you
can pay the loan oft at any time or In any
amount.OMAHA MORTGAGE IXDAN CO. .
: o So. 16lh St.
A RARE CHANCE ; A WELL ESTABLISHED
produce commission buslnes In splendid lo
cation In Omaha for sale at n bargain ; com
pletely equipped ( or butter and eggs. Host ol
rea ons ( or selling. Address P. 53. Bee.
CUUAN FRECKLES , THE ONLY CIGAR. 6C.
FOR SALE MY LOAN AND JEWELRY DUSI.
ness. Fied Mohle. J317V& Farnam.
FOR RENT. A NEW 2-STORY RRICK HOTEL ,
with modern Improvements : vUteen commercial
rooms , family tvoms , help's room , etr. ; to be
completed ami ready ( or occupancy about July
IS. An excellent oportunlty ( or the right man.
nids on rent are own to nnil Including June I1) ) ,
1S95. The. Wllber Hold Co. , Wllber. Neb.
Jl.OD WHEAT IS NOW P.OOM1NO.
Get In on this rlilng market. Wheat Is bound to
KO higher , Eteobody Is buying wheat. t > m1
for our manual on trading In grain anil pro.
\lilons ; also Dally Market Bulletin , ndvl.lns
what and when to buy Both free , fitsntell
& Co. . Bankers and Broken , Suit * 132 , Trailer !
IllJg. . Chicago. Y MJW-23 *
IP ANYBODY WANTH TO SELL GOOD SIXER
lot and taka labor ( painting ami paprr hangIng -
Ing ) In tnd * . AJJr . R II , . Onulu .lie' .
0 - ' .
11.000 OH WILL BUY A MANUFACTimiNO
bui > lnr * In Omaha ; good reasons ( or selling.
Address R 13 , Bee. Y-M401 30 *
YOIt CAN CLEAR J2100 TO $10000 WEEKLY ;
obtain your state agency ; do not finr unl * i
> ou can Inveit ( rum JCO.O ) to ( tO.O ) , payabln
only on receipt of goods , something new ; no
experience necpry ; WP send ( ull partlrulani
with highest reference * . Address Manufacturer ,
P. p. box 1K4. New York City. Y MS9I 20 *
EAR IN ONE OF THE LEADING TlOTKLS
In Omaha ( or sale. Address D , 1W2 Cumlng
slreot. Y M393 28 *
A NICE STYLE FAMILY HORSE , COAL
black , sound , good ( ree driver nnd gentle In
excry way , to exchange ( or good driving hone.
FMellly Trust company , 1705 Farnam street.
FOR EXCHANGE , SO-ACRE FARM IN GREAT
sugar beet district ; mdse. or bank stock prc-
( erred. W. O. Tcmplclon , 405 N. Y. Life.
THE NICEST FAMILY HORSE IN THE CITY
for * ale cheap , or will trade ( or bicycle. Ad
dress P 5 * . Bee. 7/-M2U
WILL EXCHANGE GASOLINE STOVE
Autohnrp ladles' Rambler Safety , for god paler - -
lor furniture , sldeboaid , carpets , or -ll cheap.
Address R 23 Bee. 55-381-30'
FOR BALE HC.AL ESTATE.
ABSTRACTS. THE 11YRON REED COMPANY.
IMPROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAHA
at prices that will surprise you. It taken
within 2 weeks. J. H. Sherwood , 423 N. Y. Life.
BARGAINS , HOUSES , LOTS AND FARM S ;
sale or trade. F. K. Darling , Barker Block.
BARGAINS , SALE OR TRADE IN CITY PROP-
crtlcs and ( arms. Jno. N. Frcnzcr , opp. P. O.
SNAPS , 5 TO C MILES FROM OMAHA P. O ,
40 , SO or 120 acres , Improved. 130.00 per acre ;
200 acres , ' 35.00 per acre , 230 ncies. JIO.OO per
acre , 6 10-acre tract * , 75.00 to 1100.00 per acre.
Must be sold. 940 N. Y. L. bldg , RE M25I
FOR SALE LOT 14 , BLK 2. BAKER PLACE.
This lot Is 50x128 , south front , near car ; will
sell cheap on easy monthly payments in right
inrty. Also lot 2 , In Buckeye Place , nnd lot 1
blk 8 , Pcppleton Park. Take n look nt the
lots and If they suit you call nnd I will make
price and terms to suit. dco. B. Tzschuck , Bee
office , Omnhn. RK 631
FARM LANDS. C. F. HARRISON. N. Y. L.
RE9S J7 *
ROOM MODERN COTTAGE , 202 N. 40TH ,
only J3.700.00 ; great bargain. RE M790
MEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE , LARGE LOT , ONLY
Jl.900.00 , Clark nnd N. 21 t ; snap. RE-M791
IOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. BELL AND
buy lots , acres , f.irrr.s. Oarvln Bros.,210 N. Y. L.
\VE MUST SELL THE NORTH 33 FEET OF
It's right on grade.
It fact-H west , tlm 's the only bad Oature.
It's right In town , .0 ( eet north o ( Leavcnworlh
on 2'ith nve.
Slants back 12 ( eet to n wide nlley.
Several years ago we weri rfcred $0,301.
We wouldn't refuse J2.700 v ! > w.
89 feet ncros the street sold for $31,00) , just
n \\lillc ago.
WP might trade this nnd S3 feet next potith
with a gond house on It for place further out.
Some of us nt home all the time. 721 S. 2 * > th
nve. RE 372-28 *
FARM. FINELY IMPROVED , NEAR OMAHA.
part money , part city property. Ames. 1C17
Farnam. RE-3C7-31 *
. 'OR J150 DOWN. HAL. J23 EACH 3 MONTHS ,
six per cent Int. , 5 large room * , cellar cl t rn.
city water ; house built by day work : Jl OOC
Aineo. 1017 Farnam. RE 509-31 *
TRADE LANDS OR CITY PROPERTY FOR 3-
story brick hotel. Ames , 1017 Farnam.
ONE HUNDRED CASH. $21 EACH 3 MOS. , 5
r. hou-e , city water , clstein ; price $70) , 0 per
cent Int. Great bargain. Amei , 1617 Farnam
RE 370-31 *
M. O. DAXON. 402 N. 16TH. 893
VICTOR BICYCLES , THE FINEST OF ALL
blocles. Omaha Bicycle Co. , 323 N. 10th strict.
STERLING. BUILT LIKE A WATCH WEST-
crn Electrical Supply Co. , 1315 Howard street.
SEE THE VISIBLE BALL BEARINGS ON
Relay Special. Will Barnum & Bro. , 12 } N. IJIh.
REMINGTON AND EAGL"D. CROSS GUN CO. .
11 $ S. 15th street. 397
A. L. DEANE & CO. , WHOLESALE AND RE-
tall bicycles. 1116 Fnrnam street ; bicycles
sold on easy payments. 393
WESTERN BICYCLE & GUN CO. . 2116 CUMlNG
MANTELS , GRATES AND TILES.
WOOD MANTELS , GRATES , TILES FOR FIRE
places , vestibules and large floors ; write ( o :
catalogue. Milton Rogers & Sons , Omnhn.
UNDERTAKERS AN1) EMBALMERS
If. K. Bt'RKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
eml-almer. 1618 Chicago St. , telephone 90 , 403
SWANSON & VALIEN , 1701 CUMINO , TEL. 1000
M. O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALM
e. ' , 1417 Fnrnam St. , telephone 225. 410
C. W. BAKER , UNDERTAKER , 613 S. 16T1I ST
D. T MOUNT HAS REMOVED HIS COAL
oillcc to 209 S , 10th St. , Brown block. 400
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. NO SMOKE.
No soot. 2,000 pounds of Ihe best Wyoming
coal , $4.50 , delivered. Just think of It ! Voi
have to pay that for dirty , smoky coal. If
you are Interested In tha ( uel question use
Sheridan coal. 1603 Farnam all cot. MIDI
LOST-GENTLEMAN'S PLAIN GOLD RING.
Finder pleabe return to this otllc < > and receive
reward. Lost 371-29 *
LOST , ON SUNDAY LAST , GOLD BREAST
pin on Can. * between 13th and 19lh. Leave n
Bee oincc. lost 3S9-23 *
STRAYED , A SORREL MARE. WHITE SPOT
In face ; return to J. W. Foley. 1S16 N. rcth
( or reward. Lost MS99 2J
WE HAVE 160 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS PAS-
turn ( or horses , board ( ence , spring water
Barton & Phclps. Gllmoru , Neb. , or A. W.
1'helps & Son , a)7 N. Y. Llo bldg. . Tel. 1054
PASTURE , CATTLE & HORSES. T. MURRAY
BLUE GRASS. SPRING WATER ; II. II. HAR
dcr & Co. . Bee building , 221
HOTEL BARKER. 1TTH AND JONES STS.
75 rooms at $ I.M per day.
50 rooms at 12.00 per day.
Special rates to commercial travelers. Room
and board by week or month. Frank Hlldltrn
AETNA HOUSE ( Et'ROPEAN ) . N. W. COR
13th and Dodge. Rooms by day or week.
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION
SHARES IN MUTUAL L. & B. ASS'N PA1
0,7. 8 per cent when 1. 2. 3 years old. always
redeemable. 1704 Farnam st , Nattlnger , Sec
HOW TO GET A HOME OR SECURE GOOD
Interest on savings. Apply to Omaha L. & II
Ass'n , 1704 Dee Bldg. G. M. Nattlnger , Sec
PUMP3 AND WINDMILLS.
C. II. HOYDEN. PUMPS AND WIND MILLS
all kinds o ( pump repairing. Leave order
with Churchill Pump Co. ; telephone. 603 ,
M163 J21 *
MR. AND MRS. MORAND WILL GIVE PRl
vale lessons In dancing at their home. 2'JOti
Dodge street , during the summer. 223-J23
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRAC
tors ( or electric light and motor plants ami al
kinds of electrical construction. Western Elec-
llcal Supply Co , . Jil5 Howard St. 494
CARPENTERS AWU BUILDERS
C. E. MORRILL. PAPER HANGING. HOUSL
sign painting ; brick work , plastering ; oft. R. 1
Barker blk. ; tel. 733 ; shop , 91 } N. 21th St.
SHORTHAND AJMD TYPEWRITING
A. & VAN BANTS SCHOOL. 515 N. Y. LIFE.
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
GEORGE T. QELLENBECK. BANJO AND
aulUr ttachtr , lull Cass stretu MI09
BUSINESS * NOTICES.
DAMAQCO MIRRORS RESILVERED , 719 N. It
H. MAROWITZ LOANS MONEY. 411 N. 16 ST
DRvPAUL , DENTIST , Mia HURT ST. . 417
WINGED TABLE ,
These winged tables ( with a soml-clrcular
verhanfi on each IJo ) have always been a
amlllar sight In clubs and private libraries ,
'hey ' have heretofore been built only to order ,
'his acaton for the first time we can supply
uch a table at low coil.
They are Immensely convenient. On these
wo great semi-circular projections may bo
laced a vase , ornaments , flowers , a file of
> ooks , writing materials or the late maga-
Ines. They arc very spacious and give , to
ny table a distinguished look.
The low ehelf takes an exactly opposite
liape , which permits ample room for the
rawlng-ln of a- chair If It Is desired to use
no of the overhangs as desk.
Wo divide the box framing Into two largo
rawcrs , operated from the ends of the table.
The legs of this table arc composed of clii9-
ercd pillars with bead molding ; decoratlvoly
liey are very effective.
Chas. SMverick & Co , ,
FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ,
12 < H120S ! - - DOUGLAS ST
NOTE Our prices nro the lowest on cheaper
grades of furnlttlra :
A. good SUeto rd tlO.OO
A good Extension Table 2.50
V good Chair. . . . < . . . > C5
A. M U B EL M El N T = 3 ,
JOHNSTONE READER ,
Fort Omaha Band ,
. .Alt forms of Blood mid
Skill Dlsnusov Sores , Spots.
1'iniplvs , Scrofula , Tumors.
Tottur. Ec7omn and Illood
I'oWon thoroughly cleansed
from the system ,
; LADIfcS clvon cnrcful
nnclHpoclnl nttcntlnii for nil
tlinlr niiiiiy peculiar all
CATARRH , Thront
.Lungs. Liver , Dyspnpslu
Troubles cured by special
course of trcntmont.
WEAK MEN ( VITALITY WEAK ) made
HO by too close applica
tion to business or study , severe mental
strain or grief. SEXUAL EXCESSES In middle
Ilfo or from the effects of youthful follies , all
yield readily to our new treatment for loss of
WD1TP Your troubles If out ot olty. Ihcusandi
" ' * " . ' . .
cured nt homo by oor.'iwpiin.lynce.
Dr. Scarlfis 1110 tMirniuii ,
. Omulm , Neb.
l'-a\vycrs and solicitors. SUES & CO. Ucc
UulldluiOMAUA , Neb. Advlco IWEW
RAILWAY TIME CARD
Leaves IUUHLINOTON & MO. niVEn.lArrUej
Onmhal Union Depot. 10th & Maaon tit . [ Onulu
JO :1 : tain Denver Expresi > : < 0am
4Jipm.BIk. Hills , Mont. & J'uget Snd. Ex. 4ljpm :
i:30pm : Denver Expredi 4:10pn
C:45pm..Nebraska : Local ( except Sjn lay } . . 7:4Spm :
SllOam..Lincoln Local ( except Bun > | j . . , U:2Sara :
i:4Jpm..Fa : t Mall ( for Lincoln ) Dally. . . .
Lea\cs ICIIICAGO. OUIlLINa'IOK'"Q.Arrives (
OmahalUnion Depot , 10th St Masun tils.Omaha (
* 4l3pm : Chicago Vestibule 9:5Qain
lMam Chicago Express 4lipm :
TtOpm..Chicago : nnd Bt. Louis Express. . 8UOam
ll:3Sam : facino Junction Local K:30pm :
I'aj ' Mall IMOpra
Lea\cs ICU1CAOO. MIL. & BV. 1'AUL.jArrives
Omahal Union Depot , loth & Mason Bla , | Omaha
"e:00pm Chicago Limited 8:30ara :
ll:10am..CIilcasa Qjxpress ( ex. Sun. ) > :00pm :
Leaves ICU1CAUU tt NUHTIMV EaVN. I Arrives
OmahaUnlcn | Depot , 10th & Maion 81s.Omaha [
il.Olaln EaMein i Express :3i : > pn
4OCpm : Vestltiuledi Limited : 0am
: S5am Mo. Valley Local 10Jpm :
ttDpm : Omaha , Chicago Special I:15pm :
Leaves I CHlCAaoril7ir& ; 1'ACIKIC. ( Arrltei
OmahalUnlon Depot , , I0 i ec Mason Bts. | Omaha
ll:00am..Atlantic : ExpraVs ( ex. bunday ) . . . 6:6ipm :
( :25pm : Night Express 9:5nm :
4:3Upm..Chicago Vestlliuled Limited. . . . lMpn ;
: ' > jpm..Oklahoma & . Jtxas Ex ( ex Sun.10J3ara ) :
l : < 0pm Colmadiii Limited 400pm ;
C. , STjiI'jM. i O. [ ArrUea'
Dtpou lith rta Webster Sts. | Omaha
t.t'.am..Nebraska" 'I'tfistnger ' ( dally ) . , , . flipn
tMpm.Sioux : CltyLCxpre a x. 3un.llUan :
! H > pm. . . St. Vfcop : Llmlte-j ll3an !
Leaves I lf I , VALLEY. : Arrhe
Omahal Depot , and Webster Bts. I Omaha
* I:10pm : Fast'Mall and Express , tUpm :
2:10pin.ez. : Bat ) \Vyo. Ex. ( ex. Mon. ) . . . 4Kpn : )
StfSam.rJorfolk Kxnresmex. riunjay.10:30am
Cill'pm nt. Paul Express ll3S.iiii ) !
Leaves I K. U , oT. J. & C. 11. ( Arrives
OmahajUnlon Depot , 10th & Mason Sls.JjOm.tha
8Wam Kansas City Day Express..7 6:30pm :
l:45pmK. : C. Night Ex. via L. 1' . Trans. 6Wam :
Leaves ) MISSOURI "I'ACII'ICl ( Arrives
Omaha | Depot. Itlh and Webster Sts. | Omaha
10:40am : St. Louls Expres4. , 6Wai ;
t:20pm lit. Louis Express ttOSpm
3:30pm Nebraska Local ( ex. Sun. ) > :00am :
Leaves I SIOUX CITY & PACU'IC. ( Arrives
Oroth | Depot. 15th and Wjbstsr 81s. | Omaha
Citttpm St. l'aul "LlmllejT. , . . . . ,10.35am
Leaves I BIOUX CITY & PACIFIC. ( Arrives
OmahaUnion | Depot , loth * Mason Sis. I Omaha
4&imBloux : Clty Tais nker , . . 10lipn\
: Upm , , Bt. Paul Limited. . . , , lt.ipm
Lea s I ; ONlON FXCIK1O [ Aiftvir
OmahtUnlonDepot ] _ , JDtlt tt Mason Bts. | Omaha
i500 ; mHKearney"EipreM,7T7n , . . . 2tS : | > m
20pin. : . . , Overland Fiver 6ii-pm
lOOpm.Beat'ce : & Stronub'tr Cs. ( ex.Sun ) . 3.41pm
7UOpm , . . , . , .4 . .pAclllo Express. . , . , 10Uum :
_ 6t5pm : Fast Mall. . . , 4 Idem
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Gmahi1 Union & W iuD U , ( Unuha
( Copyright , 1893. )
A young woman of the rarest beauty , tall
md slender , and with the carriage ot a great
ady , came Into the chamber and moved
cross to the high , carved chair which
lurtogh made ready for her , and seated her-
elf upon It as upon a throne. She had a
tale , fair skin , and her hair , celled heavily
n plaits upon her shoulders , was ot the hue
f a red harvest sun. There wcro Jewels In
his hair , anil upon her throat and hand * ,
nil her long robes were of rich shining
tuffs. A chain of wooden beads , with a
ross of gold at the end , hung from her
girdle , and she gathered this In her fingers
s she Eat ,
The boy , Donogh boath , came with her ,
ml crouched In humility on the floor at her
Ide. Ills thick form and dark hair , and his
ivor-largc head , which waa not to ba noted
icfore , spoke a likeness now to hist father.
Vhen , as If under the spell of her attraction ,
10 nostlcd nearer the lady's chair , nnd
ouchc.1 her garment with his hand , she
drew It away.
Murtogh Mordha , before he took his seat
again , and leant back to half llo upon the
kins thrown upon It , told her the Spaniard's
lame , and explained to her his errand. The
Spaniard , bowing hlnuelt low , sank upon
ono knee , and reverently kissed her hand , as
durty had seen his father kiss the ring of
ho bishop of Rosa. Ho was proud to oh-
crvo this , because his wife wuj holler and
norc saintly still than any bishop.
The lady smiled upon tha Spaniard , and
ill that she said to him , and he to her , was
n his tongue. "I cannot speak It well , " she
said. Her voice had the sweetness of a per
fume In the air. "I lived nt Seville , In the
old convent there , for only two years. 1 have
10 Joy of remembrance now save lu the peace
and charm of those years there , but I fear
ny memory of the dear speech Is dimmed.
But I will listen with nil my oars nnd oh ,
so gladly ! "
She fastened her regard upon his eyes
; he great , rolling , midnight eyes and held It
there , that she might the better follow his
"Beautiful lady , " the Spaniard said. "I
earn only now the power our language ,
spoken by such lips , may have to enthrall the
learlng. Condone my error , I pray you , but
t caught from Father Donatus that you were
this strong chieftain's wife , and I see that
you are his daughter , and even that U
strange , to look upon him and you. "
"I am his wife , but only In name , naught
! lso , " she answered. The wave ot compre
hension sweeping over the surface of the
Spaniard's eyes made Instant confldnco be
tween them. "I am In captivity here. Ho
is a pirate , n Ootli , a murderous barbarian.
Ho and his savages here but of this mure
a little hence. I beg you now to speak some
thing of your mission your errand here ,
lie IS as. helpless to follow your words us
one of these hounds ; but no dog Is keener to
The Spaniard with eager swiftness of
speech , piled ono upon another the curtailed
topics ot his business. The lady , moving
her flngcrs along the beads , gleaned the
narrow pith of It , and dressed It forth in
now phrases for the lord of Dunlogher.
"The king of Spain will send this month , "
she said In the Irish , "a mighty army to
drive the heretic English to the last man
from this Island of Saints. They have
wounded Rod too long ! The last drop of
Heaven's patlenca Is dried up by their crimes.
Thslr queen was not born In lawful wed-
A Young Woman of the Rarest Beauty.
lock , and the Blessed Sacraments are dally
profaned by her and her accursed people.
Those who sustain and honor God now will
be sustained and honored by Him through
glorious eternity. "
"These things are well known to me , " said
Murtogh , "I would not need the king of
Spain to tell them to me. How will he speak
concerning himself ? "
The lady was not afraid to smile Into the
eyes of the Spaniard. "You are to speak
after a moment or two , " she told him , with a
calm voice , "but hear mo this little first.
My heart Is broken here. I do not know how
I have had the courage to live. These Jewels
I wear , the fabrics of my raiment , the wines
on the board yonder , are all the booty of
blood-stained waves down at the foot of this
terrible cliff. Ho and his savages burn false
lights , and lure ships to ths rocks , and rob
and murder their people. It was thus un
happily I came here , and In fear of my life ,
while. I was still half dead from the water , I
suffered the marriage words to bo read over
mo but now you must speak. "
"I would show you tears rather than words ,
dear lady , " the Spaniard said ; "and blows
on your behalf more preferably than cither.
Father Donatus whispered the tithe of this to
pie. The whole truth burns like flro In my
heart. As my fathers gave their blood to
drive the Infidel from Granada to I lay
my own poor life at your dear feet. If aught
but harm to you could come from It , I would
slay him now where he lolls there on the
skins. He Is looking at you now , waiting
for you to speak. "
"The king of Spain has heard much ! ol
you , " she began In the Irish , without turnIng -
Ing her head. "Ho Is filled with admiration
for your strength and valor. He desires
deeply to know what you will be doing. When
you will take arms , and Join him with your
great might In the battles , then there can
not be any doubt of his victory. "
"That Is easy to see , " replied Murtogh.
"But the king ot Spain's battles are not
my battles. There would be some reason te
bo given to call mo out for his wars. The
English will be doing mo no hurt. They
cannot come hero to mo by water or by
land ; and If they did I would not let any ol
Breezy times arc tlit > c
There's no necessity for us to
blow about our ability to sell
pianos. It's Hlnii > ly a plain ,
unvarnished fact tlmt the Klin-
Iiall Is the best piano on earth.
The World's fair commission
said so. Kasy terms.
A. HOSPH.Jr. ,
Music and Art.
tliem depart nllvp. For wlint cause should I
go to them ? Let the king ot Spain tell me
what It would bo In his mlnil to do In my1
bol.nlf when 1 did this thing for him. "
The lady ppoko to the Spaniard. "The
last of my people are killed , They would not
have seemed different to you perhaps to you
who were bred In the gentle graces of Spain
but they were not the ferocious barbarians
these O'Mahonys nro , My father was loarno.1
In Latin nnd ICnpllsh , and It was his dream
that I should wed In Spain. "
"Oil rapturous vision ! " said Don Tello ,
with now flames kindling In hU cycn. "And
If It shnll bo iirovod prophetic as well , beau
tiful lady ! Something of this , too , the priest
whlsperoj but the precious words return tome
mo as your dear lips breathed them forth
'wlfo only In name. ' I long to hoar them
once again. "
The lady repented thorn , with tender de
liberation , and a languorous gleam In her
blue eyes began to answer his burning gaze.
"I have held the fierce beast at arm's
length , " she paid , "because he Is also a
fool. I woultlt give a year of my life to bo
able to laugh in his fnco , nnd slap these
beads across It. I have told him the
blessed thought came to mo even whllo wo
knelt at the altar together that 1 am bound
by n vow. Ills big empty head Is open to
all the fancies that lly. Ho believes tlmt nn
enchanted woman drives tip her horses from
the bottom of the lake down nt the foot of
the small tower hero every night for food ,
nnd he cprcad ? corn for them , which the
thieves about him fatten on. Ho believes
The lady smiled upon the Spaniard.
In witches rising from the sea , and
epreclmuns , and changelings , like any Ig
norant herdsman out In the bog , but ho U
rlghtened churchman , too. He believes that
[ am a saint ! "
'As I swear by the grave of my mother
you are ! " panted Don Tello. "Hut speak
now to him. "
'The king of Spain will do very great
ihlng. ? In your behalf , " she recited In
Murtoqhs totiguo. "Ho will make you of the
rank of a commander In his armies , and he
will cnnoblo you. "
"I am noble now , " Murtogh made com
ment. "As noble as the king of Spain him
self. I am not a MacCarthy or an O'DrlscoIl ,
that I would be craving titles to my name. "
"Then ho will send large , rich ships here , "
she began again , with weariness in her tone ,
"to bring you costly presents. And the I'ope ,
he will grant you ten years' Indulgence or
It may be twenty. "
"Ask him , " broke In Murtogh , sitting up
with a brightened face , his hand outstretched
to secure silence for the thought that stirred
within him "ask if the Holy Father would
ba granting Just one spiritual favor I would
beg. Will this gentleman bind the king of
Spain to that ? "
"And may I wholly trust , " she asked the
Spaniard , with half-closed eyes , through
which stone the invitation of her mood
"may 1 trust In your knightly proffer of
help ? Do not answer till I have finished.
You are the first who has come to me here
In this awful dungeon and I have opened
my heart to you ai perhaps I should not. Hut
you have the blood of youth In your veins ,
like me you are gallant and of high
lineage you are from the land where chiv
alry Is tha law of gentle life Is it true that
you will be my champion ? "
The Spaniard rose with solemn dignity ,
though his great eyes flashed devouringly
upon her , and his breast heaved under Its
cuirass. He halt lifted his sword from the
sheath , and kissed the cross of Its hilt , "Oh ,
my beloved , I swear ! " he said , In sombre
She translated ! the action nnd utterance
to Murtogh. "Whatever of a spiritual nature
you would crave ot his holiness he would
She looked up Into the Spaniard's eyes , and
lot lier own lashes tremble , and fed the
ravening conflagration of his gaze with a
little sigh. "It would be very sweet to be
lieve , " she murmured , "too sweet for sense ,
I.fear me. Nay , Don.Tello , I need not sucli
a world of pursuaslon only only lift your
right hand , with thumb and two flngcrs out ,
and swear again. And say , 'Ilera , I swear ! ' "
"Is It your name ? " he asked , and as she
closed her eyes In assent , and slowly opened
them to behold his oath , he lifted the fingers
and waved them toward her , and passionately
whispered , "Uera , queen of my heaven , star
of my soul , I swear ! " '
"That Is the sign of the pope himself , '
she explained , with Indifference , to Mtir-
togh. "Whatever wish you offered up you
have it already granted. It is Don Tello
who bears the holy authority from the pope. '
The Lord of Dunlogher hurled himself to
his feet with a boisterous energy , before
which the lady , wondering , drew herscl
away. He stretched his bared arms towan
her , then flung them upward as In Invoca
tion to the skies. The beatitude of some vas
triumph illumined his glanc : .
"Oh , then , Indeed , I am Murty Morda" he
cried. "It is I who am prouder than nil the
kings on earth ! 'it Is I who have won my
love ! Oh , glory to the heavens that sent
me this Joy ! Glory and the praise ot the
saints ! Glory ! Glory ! "
( Concluded Tomorrow. )
Nothing Succards I.IUo 8uecris.
The auccesses achieved by men and things
are not always based upon merit. Hut a
success well merited and unprecedented In
the annals of proprietary medicine , should
these ever como to be written , U Hosteller's
Stomach Flitters , n botanic medicine , dlscuv
ercd nearly half a century ago , nnd the
lending remedy for and preventatlve of ma
larlal , rheumatic and kidney complaints , dys
popsla , constipation and biliousness ,
Thnmton nnil Fran Hllvcr.
CHESTEU. Neb. . May 27. To the Kdllo
of The Hee : Did John M. Thwstou ever ex
press himself as favoring the free nnd un
limited coinage of the American product o
silver at the ratio of 1C to 1 ?
A IU3ADKII OF THK DEI2.
Yes ; but ho did not declare for any par
tlcular tatlo ,
lloinmcnUorii' I xrurslon.
Tuesday , June 11 , ono faro for round trip
minimum round trip rate $7.00 ; limit , 20 days
To nil points on the F. B. & M. V. H. U. I
Nebraska. Wyoming and South Dakota
Ticket ofllco 1401 Farnam street.
j. H. HUCHANAN.
General Passenger Agent.
THU KEAI.TY .UAUICET.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record May 23
M E Whallf to E L Ilatier. n Ji of U ot
lot 18 , block IS , Improvement nsnoclatlon
ndd , J
ClurlvH Miiuulre to iirah A LarUnn , out
lot 21 , In WalrrlcKi 30
J A Pelersen and wlfa to M I' Harris , lot
IS. IlurileUr Court J
F K Darllni. and wife tu William Klein ,
w H of lot i : , block 10. ] arker'H ndd 3k
W P Htev.ni. to A P Ilrody , lot 11 , lilotk
1 , slovens Place 7M
South Omaha Land company to L M
Darling , lot 8 , block 151 , Huuth Omulu. . : ;
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS.
I'nppleton Park llulldlnp awiclatlon to
Omaha Havlnxs bank , lot 1C , block 1 ,
Poppleton | > urk 1,2
C II Ilreeil nnd wlf ti > C E Clapp , lot 3S ,
block I. Orchard Mill
Special master to U J Cox. lot 3 , block 4 ,
Plalnvlew add . . . . . . . ti
Same to Massachusetts National bank , lot
6. block 75. Dundee 1'lacu , 21
Ha mo to 1 ( J Twlmlng , w Vi of lot ! > , bli tk
8 , Wllnut Hill . . . . . . . &
Bams tu J II C'rumm , lot , Oak Hill No , 1. Cl
Total amount of transfers. . . . . . , ; , , .H.T7
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
) co'dod tlmt the Eleventh nnd Slxtoentt )
Street Viaducts Be Repaired nt Once ,
AILROADS WILL BE ASKED TO DO it
t They I'.ill to Act the Work Will PrococU
nnd tti Cunt lie Amrmeil t'uuimlf
tecs to Secure llrtlorVntcr
It was determined by tlio city council last
veiling tlmt tlio Klovcnth street and Six *
ocnth street viaducts shall at once bo ro
nlrod. An effort will bo inailo to get the
nllroads to be.tr the original expense ot the
ork , which Is to be under the direction ot
10 Hoard of Public Works , but If they ro
use tlio work will bo dona by the city nnil
ic coats Assessed ,
Gordon led the action by Introducing ft roso-
utlon Instructing the Hoard of 1'ubllc Works
o proceed at once with the repair of tlio
Eleventh street nnd Sixteenth street via *
nets , the costs to bo borne by the railroad
ompanlcs proportionately whoso tracks luh
tuler. The board Is to glvo the railroads
en days' notice ot the city's Intention to
lake the repairs , and It no action Is at the
ml of that tlnio taken by them the board
8 to proceed anil the costs are to bo assessed
gainst the railway companies.
The resolution was unanimously adapted.
V resolution by Duck was also adopted In
truding the city engineer and Hoard ot
'ublio Works to furnish an oatlmalo In a
vuek of tlio cost of the repair of the l.lov.-
nth street viaduct.
In refusInK to approve n resolution for &
vaterliiR trough at T only-fifth and Cum-
iK streets thu mayor took occasion to speak ;
f the state of the general tunil. Said lie :
"H Is thcso small Items which go to make
p the largo Inroads on the general fund ,
ml I nm compelled to remind the council
hat the utmost care Is necessary to carry
s through the year. It will bo remembered
hat the amount of the levy for the general
n ml was llxeil at 10' , 4 mills , with the ni-
orBtamllng that 2 mills ot that amount was
or the fire department. If this arrange *
ncnt Is to bo carried out In good faith , as
ho mayor and council nro In honor bound to
o , thcro will bo loft In the general fund
ess than $100,000 to cover the expenses for
ho remaining eight months ot the year ,
'ho drafts on the general fund for the first
our months of this year amounted to about
01.000. On this basis the amount required
or the balance of the year Is about $122,000 ,
vhlch will leave a deficit of $22,000 unless
adlcal measures are adopted to stop the
eaks caused by watering troughs and similar ,
expenditures which arc not absolutely nec
Mr. Taylor of the E'ghth appealed for thorough
rough , paying that Inure was no trough In
its ward , and the resolution prevailed In
plto of the veto.
The mayor transmitted a veto mesiagu re
specting n resolution Instructing thu I'tmrd
of Public Works to proceed Immediately to
cause the laying of all crosswalks hitherto
ordered. The mayor stated that there w'as o
controversy between the board and con-
ractor , nnd he suggested that the matter
could bo safely left with the board without
an arbitrary resolution. The mayor's objcc-
lens were heeded.
City Engineer Uosowntcr , with regard to
ho repair of the Sixteenth street viaduct ,
submitted a proposition from U. II , Camp-
) ell , whoso acceptance ho recommended in
case repair only was determined on. Mr.
Campbell offers to reconstruct the four
spans , ot timber , for ? 2'J1G , which docs not
ncluilo new lloorlng. llo will stipulate that
the work bo completed In sixty day * . Tlio
proposition was referred to the commllttce
on viaducts and railways.
Hlds for the placing of water troughs at
Twenty-second and Cumlng streets. Nine
teenth nnd St. Mary's nvcimo nnd Fifteenth
ami Chicago streets wcro tiled by llvo bld-
lors , the lowest being that of J , J , Ilnnno-
gan , which was $227.30. The bids wcro re-
TO PUOCUHR LAUGBH WATER MAINS.
A communication was read from the Hoard
of Flro and Pollco Commissioners asking
.he council to take Immediate steps to com-
> el the water works company to furnish ado-
tiuate water pressure for the security ot
property. It was urged that as It was un
disputed that several mains In the business
inrt of the city were too small oven when nt
their fullest capacity , notion and not words
was what wan required , and that the ex-
sting danger was so grave as to warrant
the city In InuUtlng on Us contract rights.
Considerable discussion followed the readIng -
Ing of tlio letter. Mr. IIowoll suggested
tlmt It bo referred to the mayor , the council
committee on lire and water and a commit
tee to bo appointed by the Hoard of Flro
and Police Commissioner ) ) , which should
wait on Judge Dundy and endeavor to becuro
without delay an enlargement of the mains.
This suggestion was adopted.
Dr. 3. U. Mercer notified the council In
writing that ho would expect to bo paid
$20,000 damages on account of the continued
clo3tiro ot the Eleventh street viaduct. Ho
stated that some ot his most Important prop
erty Interest wcro near and along the street ,
and dependent on the trafllc of the street ,
and charged the city with neglect ot duty In
not seeing long before to the opening In a
safe condition of the viaduct. Dr. Mercer's
claim was referred to the committee on
J. W. Priest , a hack driver , asked for
damages In a reasonable sum on account ot
Injury to himself and horses In a runaway
caused by hl team becoming frightened nt
a bin hole In the street at Fourteenth
street and the Union Pacific tracks.
A concurrent resolution by Prince for the
repair of Furnam street from Twentieth to
Twenty-second street was referred.
In viuw of the allegation of the city elec
trician tlmt his office might bo made almost
sclt-sustalnlng If an assistant were allowed
so as to make the solicited Inspection ot
many buildings possible , a concurrent reso
lution was Introduced by Mercer allowing an
assistant after June 1 at n salary of $40 per
month. It went to the nuance committee. .
The committee to which was referred the
communication of the mayor urging that
the street railway company bo compelled to
tear up unused tracks on several streets
reported adversely , holding that at this tlma
the thing proposed would cause grievous
hardship to the company. The report wad
An ordinance , by Saunders , prohibiting
the dropping , throwing or leaving upon any
street or alley In the city of Omaha uny ,
tin cans , nails , bottles , glass , wires or places
of tin , Iron , tteol. zinc or other metal or
pieces of chlmi or crockery , and declaring
the came to bo a misdemeanor , and t rovld'
Ing a penalty of from $1 to $100 for tha
violation of this ordinance , 1ms been froj
ANNUAL FEAST OF SHEVN03.
Urilliutlcin Nervier ! nt Tcmplo luracl 'I his
What promises to bo a service of un
usual beauty nnd ralemnlty will bo cola4
brated this morning at Temple Israel on
Hnrrioy street. The occasion Is thq annual
recurrence of the feast of Shevnoi , va
riously known as tlio feast of Weeks , Pente
cost or Revolution. The main feature of
tie Jay. however , will bo the graduation ot
live young people from the normal depart
ment of the religious school of Temple Israel
and the conferring upon them of diplomas ,
entitling them to the degree of Religious
The temple will bo elaborately decorated
for the occailon , and the temple clolr , as
sisted by a trio of stringed Instruments , had
arranged a maRnlflcent'inuslcal program , Thtf
pupils to graduate are Laura Uoetr , Miriam
11 Hart , May Heller , Hannah Hehfeld ana
Max Merrltt ,
Services begin at 10 o'clock , and all who ;
with to attend ore welcome. / '
When JUby was sick , wo gave her Castorla.
When slio was A ClilU , tlio crloJ for Costorla.
When she became Situ , she clung to Gwtprfa.
Alfotn sbo had Children , she gava them Castcrfjy
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