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THE O lAHA DAILY BEEt" TUESDAY , JULY 0 , 1805.
SPBC1RL NOTICES ,
.Ailirrtlirtneiits fur thesn column * 11111 IM >
Ukrn ttitII 12ii : ( ) p. in. for the uTentncand
until H p. in. for tlio nioriiluir > < Sunday
AflTerlUcrgrj \ rrqtirstlnc n nnmbnreil
heck , rnn hnro nnswrra ndilrmsril to a
Numbered letter In mrn ot 'Jh lee. An *
mrrs 10 ndilrcMcd will Im rtrt.Tcrml upun
| itirnliillnn of the clirrk only. Jtntrv ,
1 I-Hc a won ) , llrit Irierllnn , la n word
licruiflcr. Settling tHkeii for lit * than SBo
for llrst Intrrtlon.
lliFRO nUvrrttnerurnts most ion rntisecu-
office man wnnts position July lit. Five yrnrs'
nrxrrlrncff. llent trfercnc'ti. Address C. w.
Canneld. Valentine. Ntbraski. A M 2
WAMTKIJ. 1.000 MUN TO WIHTP. ME TODAY
tor the receipt ( absolutely free. In plain sealed
envelop" ) which cured me of nervenn ciplilllty ,
eihnustl vitality , etc. AdJicss C. 3. Walker.
Box 1311 Knlamntoo , Midi. _ n MICT
WANThn , MAN ON HALAUY TO TAKR Oil-
deni In city. If puccpssful will receive ad
vancement. Apply n'tcr 9 n. m. IMS Iut- )
.OT TO J150 HAI.AHY PAID 8AI.RSMRN FOR
clfinrs ; experience" not necersnry ; < " < trii Inuuce-
mnnts to customcis. lllehop & K"ne _ 5ia'lK | ' '
fAN'THD , 11V HINOLK MAN ( AUinUC'AX ) .
llKlit enijil'iyinent ' for board. Address ! . l .
lord , I' . O. Hex 3S8. U .39-8 *
W AJM TKU BELP.
AIU3 YOU IIONRST. BOIIUH. INHUHTRIOUSt
If so cnsnico with us for ' 893 ; * 300 n month ,
,1,000 n year : yna ran make It easy : six hours
a dny. Our nijcnts do not complain of hard
times. WhyT They nrc maklni ? money Mlllnc
our perfection Dish Wnslier ; the only practical
family wnslier manufactured ; w.is.les drlti
nmt pi llstios dlslies perfectly In two minutes ;
no experience neccmary ; n cnlld of 8 onortiles
It easily : cheap nml durable ; weight , thirteen
pounds ; mnile of nntl-rust fhcct stfcl : capacity ,
100 pieces ; 110,000 for Its equal ; every fumlly
\vnnts on ; you don't have to camns : as noon
m people know you lime It for Bale they send
for n dl.h washer : each nRcnt' territory pro-
tecteil ; no competition : we furnish sample
JO1C KENT HOUSES.
HOURHS , F. K. DAHLINO , BAIUCEH IIUXJK.
iiouara IN ALbPAUTsoFTun CITY. Tan
O F. lnvl Company , IMS Fnrnnm. 11 IC6
jiousia , IIRNAWA 4 co. . . 10 : N. ISTII ST.
H. R. COI.K CO. . LAHOnST LIST IN
AC1RNCY. C29 SO. 16TII BT.
2 JLIOANT ( i-nooit COTTAOEB JUST
built , 22.W. Fidelity Tru t company , 1702 Fnr-
nam. " * ' '
O.KOOM jioonnN IIOUHI : , MTII ST. &
Pleton. llnrtman & Uobblns , 240 uS
7-IIOOM KAST FIIONT MODU11N , 352 N
SlODEltN e-UOOM COTTAOn. IIUAUTIFt'I.
lawn anil shade. 2121 Miami Direct. U M11J
6-IIOOM FLAT FOH HUNT. 1919
nioiiT-nooM nouans NKAII mail SCHOOL ,
J15.00 nnd J23.00 per month. Inquire 2lii Cnpltol
nve. 1) 27-11 *
FOH HUNT TWO G-HOOM COTTAQI3S , ONH
furnlshcJ. 802 H. 50th. Modern.
FON IlKNT. CII12A1' , MODRllN COTTAOR. SIX
roornn , furnUhed. Addrius T K , live.
D M677-9 *
FOR UKNT. 8-IlOOM HOUSR. ALL MODHUN
ImprovemenlB , large rooms , hard wood nnlfli ,
No. 408 N. Bui. 1 > M671-9
FtniNIHHRD IIOITSR. TWRIA'R 11OOM3 ,
modern ; ptut or nil. 001 H , 2Slh. D-M70J IS *
C-llOOM C01TAOI3 , 3. E. COR. 1DTII AND
JnckEon. ll-MODS 1. *
6-llOOM COTTAOU , 937 N. Kill.
S2S South ISth BU ii tii 11
FOII ur.NT. vuu.N'isiini ) norsi : , MONTHS
July nnd AURSUt. Inquire 11SO South 33d. 01
room 13 , Comineicl.il Natlonnl bunk hulldliiR.
JU3.JMT i ;
ROOMS WC WKUK. 710 S. 1ITH ,
3 HOOMS FOR lIorSUKKHPINO TOR MA
and wife ; rent taken In bonid. 319 N. 17tli.
ROOM FOR TWO , PRIVATE FAMILY. JIOD-
trn , m S. itli Ave. U-M537-13 *
FOnNIBHCD HOOMS FOH LIGHT IIOUSH-
keeping. 610 a. 21st ave. K MKB a *
NIC13LV KUHNISIUID. COOL. QtHlTT HOOMS
In private family , only * lx blocks from post
olllce. glfi DouRlns t. U < J46 11 *
FiniNISIIii > FIIONT HOOM FOR TWO HUN-
tUmcn. All mo'oin. 2K Casi at. i : W 12 *
FTiiTNiaiiiTiTcnrrsiDi : ROOMS. OAS
heat. 711 a. ICth. third Moor rlRht.
i-JIC38 13 *
CHUPINO ROOMS. PONVIININNT
cliejp. cool , Lirne Inwn. Z611 Bt. Mnry'B.
K & 1ITO-9 *
SOUTH FRONT ROOM , NICELY FURNISUHD.
15ia llov\nrd. 13-721 10 *
I-UliNlSHED BOOMS ANDBOfl.BE
NICHLY FUHN1SIIKI > SOUTH ItOOM WIT1
board for two ; private family : no other board
en ; best homo comforts. 611 No. 21 > t. be I
California nnd Webster. 1' 901
TO THADE , DHKSS SUIT. CIHSST MEASURE
96 Inches , worn twice ; cost } 75 , for horse. Run
or anything. 3 2. Dee. F IK
PM7AHANT COOIj HOOM FOH TWO , WITH
board. iilO Podge 8t. Cll-li *
FOH HINT , NICKLY FUHNISHHI ) SOUTH
cnit front room , with alcove and buy window
all modern conveniences ; board ; lawn nirrnund
the house. 622 8. 23th street. F M661 10 *
qNITURNISHED KOOMS TO KEN3
2 OH 3 tlNWUNISIIUD 1COO.MS FOH HHNT A'
20 B. 21th t. Q-931
T1IIIRR HOOMS ; HOUSKKnUPINa. 2026 ST
Mary's avenue. O C12
3 UNFUHNIHIIIH HOOMS. WITHOUT cinir
drun ; city \\nttr. 2JU Cjllfornla atreot.
O-72I 10 *
AMU OFFIOK ;
HUNT THIS I-STOHY BH1CK HUII.UIKC
91C 1'arnam street , TliU bulldlnK has n lire
> roof cement basement , complete steam heal
5 UK llxlmcs , nater on all noors , gas , etc. At
ply at the olllce of The lc ) . I 91
1 FOK HISNT , URSIC HOOM ClIUAI' . INQI'IU
room 4JO , lleo bulldlns. I M703 9 *
MKN AND WOMISN. f. TO J10 A I3AA' . Ar
dress the Handy Heater Co. . S3I New York l.ll
bigg. . Omalm. Neb. J-4TI
ACIINTSVANTID IN IVIUY TOWN iw
our panttt.Ve furnish self inoamre blank
and camplrs. For particulars address Ilia I'ua
torn Made rants Co. , 3 Ucaiburn t. , Chlcaco
111. J-032 8 *
WANTUD. AOKNTS TO SUM , SOLKNliTTlfl
only prepaiatlon e\er made that will poslihel
heep your sioo nolos from e > er wuirtiw ; out
No compitlthn : bariels of monev for
1'rN-e. 23c : by mill. S5c. tiolcn Mfir. Co. . 12. '
IVabanh ave , J MGOO 9 *
WANTISD. ADVI3HTIHIN < 5 SOI.1C1TOH O :
ITUO < | IhliiKi must li.no $23.00. Apply room 4
Btato hotel , i * till II. J M73I J *
"WANTED TO HfTNTT
WANTCU. TIUUUS INTl'JlNISllUU HOOil
tor lleht liouiwkerplnir. ivlth moilrrn cot
\cnicii < .fs , b > man and wife. Addmm T 4
Ilee olllee. K M707 10
0. a. WAI.L.VCK. niSNTALS. 12 DROWN HLli
IJHST UTOIIAQE UUlLDlNa JN OMAHA. U. i
eov. bonded uureliuiuu ; hautehnlC coeds > toile
lo . . 101S-101J Le onh.M
_ ci.t ratu. - ven ITS
* _ _ _
FKANIC J\VKKB. : ai IIARNISYT"
& \VATliiIOUSK CO. . 9 ;
Jcnc sis. Oener.il kturave und fonardlnc
WANTED. 1 J-ROOM THOICR COTTAQIW.
b\ * the vurtonwisi ItKX ) to J1.KK1. H. C. Pa
tenon. IUiUB tlock. N SUTTC-S
TOK 8 ALE-HORSES , WAGON3ETi
FOU 8A1J--ONR O ? MY bl.ACK 1 OX
inan-s. 1'rcJ Molil , 1322 Doditr. 1' 20 }
? OIl 8AI.1J. A NICK KAMI 1.1 HORSE AN1
phaeton , cnrnp. I * . C , IU N Y 1 11
Llde. IM03 3
FOU SAU2. CIIBAI' . aeNTLBHAUM ! : PONV
nulUblo ( or youuK lady Is utxu K RouJ U > cite
to rjj chmin , 219 U. 33th mn-et ,
-UIH 10 *
HARDWOOD COMIHNATION HOO AND
chicken fcnc . Chat. . H. Lee , th and Douglas.
IU : BTANDJVHI ) rATTT.K CO. , AMES. NHtt. ,
has 400 tons Rood baled hay for sale. Q MISO
FOR SAL.B-OLD I.tTMRKR. CONStSTINO OF
urantllnft 2x1 , 2t > , 2x10 , txS , shlplap , shcetlnit ,
siding , doors , windows , etc. , at tha Associated
Charities wood > ard , (07 Howard st.
Q37Jyl I *
sncrniTins ron BALR.
We have a number of first mortgages In amounts
o' 300 to W,0 < at 6V4 tn 8 per cent for sill1.
None but gilt edged securities handled. Call
nnd < ee us.
Fidelity Trust Company , 1702 Farnam fit.
. Q JS7 31
FOH BALI : , GOOD FAMILY MIUC cow. 120
and Hamilton. ; q-Mm ( _
FOHsvLn. ItCQIRTRItRt ) JRRSISY tlc ,
heavy milker , JS3.00. 2111 S. 17th.
Q-MCS3 10 *
FOH BAIUt CHH.VP , HXTIIA GOOD BIX .
hole steel range. 2C33 Hartley street.
Q-KJ 12 *
'HORouaiumisD ' IHISH SCTTIH roi-s FOR
sale at u bargain. Jtoburt Ivcns , Persia , la.
\'ANTJ-i > , Ht'NTINO DOflS TRAINRD FOH
chickens and qimll. satisfaction Rtiarantced or
nrj piy. For terms address O. 8. RnmhnuKh ,
Central City , Neb. H MCS3 13 *
.II1H. DR. II. WARRRN , CLAIRVOYANT , Hi :
liable business medium , 8th year at 119 N. 16th.
MRI.IA OOODMAN. ABTHOLOOHH AND
ptrRUdllst , can be consulted at llth nnd
Mason. Depot hole ) . 7. S 611-9 * _
: NOW THY FATi pnor. n. I < THOY. THH
wonderful clnlrvojant and trance mflluin , Klxe
advice on business , law. money mntters and fam
ily nrfalrn. The future plainly rc\enled. I overs
united , troubles lienled. Reunites the wparnteil ,
rauseH happy marriages. gl\cs names of friend * ,
enemies and on * * you \\\\l \ \ marry. TellH hat to
do to IKlucky. . All ( n trouble call. Olllce , 1712
Capitol avenue. Hours , 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.
S-M721 10 *
MASSAGE. JJ/VTHS. XTO.
JADAM SMITH. C02 S. 13TH 2D FI/XIIl , ROOM
3 ; magnetic , vapcr , alcohol , steam , sulphuflni
nnd sea baths. T Mtul 13 *
MASSAQU , MADAMR 11CHNARD , H21
T MC23 1S
'INRST HATH AND MASSAOI1 PARLORS IN
city. Mmc. Howell. 31S < t 020 S. 13th ; tiiorouutily
practical chiropodist and manicurist attendant.
T M876 JylS *
, IHS. DR. LKON. RLKQANT MASSAOR AND
elf trlo bath. I'arlore restful and rcfrcshlnB ,
413 North llth street. T M722 11 *
OS NORTH 16TH ST. , HOOM 13. 11ATHS. Sl >
lect inassaKO by an expert. Anna , from C'hl
cago. T 72C H *
'URKISH ' DATHB : ONLY PLACD IN CITY
exclusively for ladles. Suite 1C9-110 , Dec bltlR.
.ADIKS1 . BATHS. MME. POST. 3WJ S. 15TII.
VIAVI co. , 346 linn iiLDa. ; HRALTII HOOK
free ; homo treatment ; lady attendant. U4S3
D. HAAS. FLORIST. PLANTS , CUT FLOWERS.
Ilanqud. hall , residence nnd gra\e decorations ,
1SI3 Vlnton slrcet. Telephone 776. U M484
; 1ATHS , MASSAGE , JI1IR. POST , 319J ! S. ISTH.
A PRIVATR PARTY HAS MONHY TO LOAN
on pianos. Jewels , bicycles , etc. : business
strictly confidential. Address , I'ostolDce lint
528. U M702
AHi : YOU SICK ? MRDICINR AND TRHAT-
mcnt V > r. at 20314 N. ICth St. U-133 J > 17 *
A'ANTRD. SOLDIERS OR OTHER 1'ARTIES
who ileHlre to take choice cov't. land In Yank-
ton reser\atlon , situated nlntiK Mlsrourl river ,
Charles Mix Co. , 8. I > . Address Hubert Van
Pelt. Mitchell , South Dakota. U M3S1 9 *
OR FIHR AND llL'RaLAR PROOF SAFES
vault vork , etc. , Ket or address W. O. Temple-
ton , Rcn'I. ag1 ! . . 403 N. Y. Life. U M697 aC
ASH ADVANCED ON PUHLIC EMPLOYES' '
nalarlen. Commercial Trust Co. , 419 Ilee Hide.
MONEY TO LOAN KEAL ESTATE
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. , 318 N.Y. LIFE ,
Itiuui at low rates for choice security In Nf-
brnska nnd Iowa farms cr Omaha city property
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE
O. F. Dnvls Co. , 1505 Farnam Bt. W 487
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR. 515 N. Y. LIFE.
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED ON
or bought. F. O. Chesney , Kansas CltyfMo. .
CAPITAL. J2.000.COO ; fitlltl'UJS. J.000,000 : U. 8.
MortgaRe Trust Co. , New York ; for 6 per cent
loans on city property apply to Vusey &
TliomJS , ORents , room -07 , First Nat. Hk bMc.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
teat estate , llrcnnan. Love & Co. , Paxton blk.
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL ESTATE
at G per cent. W. U. MelKel , 1st Nat. Ilk. bldg ,
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farnam.
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 132J Fnrnam.
INVESTORS" DIRECTORY CO. . 10 WALL ST. ,
New York , offer any part 1W.OOO eastern In-
vestora' names , who have money to Invest : just
compiled. Write for particulars.W
W MSS1 Jj23 *
MONEV TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS ,
horgri. wagons , etc. . at lowest rates In city ;
no remo\nl of goods ; strictly confidential ; you
can pay the loan oft at any time or In any
amount.OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
306 So. 16th St. .
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND
pianos. Fred Terry , 430 Rnmge blk. X 197
MODEL LOAN CO. . 403 NEW YORK LIFE.
X-133 J > 1C *
J12.000.0. ) STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN I3EST
town In eastern Nebraska , for Imil and casher
or equivalent. Address S 29 , care Ilee.YM93I
3 SOLID INVESTMENTS : DRICK 11USINESS
block , water power llourlni ; mill , tine Ice busi
ness. H. C. A leer & Co. , Sheridan , Wyo.
FOH BALIS-STOCK OF MILLINERY ; REST
location In the city. Good reason for soiling.
Addri-ss ut once , T 1C. Dec. Y 130
J2.700 , DRUG STORE DOING GOOD HUSINESS.
J. J. Gibson , 1st National bank. Y M701 14
J2.6CO. SALOON IN O 'E OP THE LEADING
hotels. J. J. Gibson , lit Nat. Hank.YM700
RESTAURANT. GOOD ONE , CHEAP : PAYING
uill. R. F. Williams. 411 McCdgu block.
Y MC90 9
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE
and abstract Imslne.in In central Nebraska for
alo. T 41. Omaha , Ree. Y M731 AI
WANTF.I ) TO TRADE. NEW STANDARD UI-
Oilc for draft horse weighing 1,600 pounds or
moii * . E. J. Davis , 11IC Fainam st , 55 837
TO "EXCHANGE. A COMHINED STOCK OF
drugs , clocks , watches , Jewelry , blank and
ncliiNjl bonks , wall paper , window shades ,
pilnts. ell . glans , etc. ; will Invoice , with llx-
lures. about $9.000 ; want Improved farm. Ad-
dregs A. J , IMtzer , Cucrry\ue ! , Kan
Z-MSI7 JylO *
I WANT MERCHANDISE IN EXCHANGE FOR
reul retain and vault , H , A. Wagner , Omaha.
TO EXCHANGE. IW-ACllE FARM. PARTLY
Imppjxcd and clear of all encumbiance , for
hau e und lot. Who repairs watches ? Clean
watch , 73c- ; genuine mallifprlng , * 6 ? . J. H.
Day. Jeweler. Hoe bldg. Z-M617
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
ABSTRACTS. TUB J1VHON REED COMPANY.
IMPROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAHA
nt prices that will urprl o > ou. If taken within
I wtek4. J. 1L Sherwood , 423 N. Y. I.lfe.
IUHGAINS. norsEs , LOTS AND FARM ;
sale or trade. F. 1C. Darling. IbuUcr block.
HAHGAINS , SALE OR TRADE IN CITY PROP ,
ertlcs and fauns. John N. Fmiier , opl > . I" . O.
HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. SELL AND
luy lots , acres , fainn. Uarvln Broi. . 210 N. Y. U
AT A RAROAIN , CORNER IXTT , PAVISD
! re t. 3 cuttaEcs , C , T and S rooms each , brick
basement , water and -wtr coiienctlon. In bcit
n > ! dci > p'-rtitn. mnnthlr rental 141. Apply by
Utter to Jean Jklwm. 44 lira building.
_ _ _ "
I'.UIM LANDS O F. JIAItHlBON , fj N. Y. Life.
UE-M7 J ) 19 *
FIVE ROOMS. PERFECT CmPK rciOOn IXJ.
ration , IT'A Only 117 : dvun. Ual C per cent.
Ame . SOI Fnniam si REC2iis
CORNER. 3 LARGE ItOoVlsT F.EPAIRS MADE
to in t Imjer JiW. U > J Ca h. la'A-tn. PT rent ,
Ara"n 1 17 Farnam. HE-CJ'i-S
BECAUSE ITfc THE BEST. PUREST SM05T ECONOMICAL
If 1EN.K.FMBANKGOHPM CHICAGO.
FOB SALE BEAL ESTATE.
PERFECT ORDKR. E ROOMS. GOOD CELLAR ,
east front , 59J ) ; only MOO cash , balance Ht 6
per cent. Ames , 1617 Farnam. HE tK-8
160 ACRES GOOD LA ND FOR $1.2W.nO. ON
Email pajments. U. F. Williams , room 411 Mc-
Cague block. HE MCill 9
DO YOU WANT A HEAUTIFUI. MODF.RN
cottage home within vvulklnR illstanco from P.
O. , Inside ono mile ? We h.i\e two of them
Just completed that nro models , nnd T\e will
sell them nt greatly reduced price * and take In
n 1300 CO to SS' ' .00 lot as part payment.
Thews are located on Hurt street , Just east ot
Mth street. Will be open Sunday. Call and In
Remember v\c will take your vacant lot as part
pa > ment.
Why will you pay rent on a IIOUBC and then
pay taxes on vacant property when you can make
Buch a deal as this ?
See these bwiullful homes or call at our office
and ue will be moot pleased to Know them.
Fidelity Trust company , 1702 Farnam street.
RE M733 IS
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION.
SHARES IN MUTUAL L. & U. ASS'N PAY
6 , 7 , 8 per cent when 1 , 2 , 3 > cars old , always
redeemable. 1701 Furnam st. Nattlnger , Sea.
now TO airr A HOMH OR scctinn aoou
Interest on savings. Apply to Omaha L. & II.
Ass'n , 17M IJee bldg. O. M. Nattlncer. ftec.
II. MAHOW1TZ LOANS MONEY. 418 N. 16 ST.
M. O. DAXON. 402 N. ICTH. 603
STERLING BUILT LIKE A WATCH , WEST-
cm Electrical Supply Co. , 1515 Ilountd street.
SEE THR VISIRLE HALL HEARINGS ON
Relay Special. Will Daruum Uro. , 120 N. 13th.
A. L. DEANE & CO. , 1110 FARNAM STREET"
WESTERN DICYCLG & CJUN CO. , S410 CUMINO
MANTELS , GBATSS AND TILES.
WOOD MANTELS. GRATES. TILES FOR
( lie places , vestibules and large floors ; write for
prices. Milton Rogers & Sons. Omiha. C09
LOST HETWEEN 40TII AND FARNAM AND
47th nnd Douglas strcctH , a lad\'s gold watch
nnd chain. Finder rewarded. K. E. Thomas ,
212 Omaha Nafl. Hank llldg. Ixjst 728 *
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL. 613 N. Y. LIFE.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTors -
ors for electric light and motor plants and all
kinds of electrical construction. Western E'ec. '
trlcul Supply Co. , 1513 Howard st. 510
CABPENTEBS AJMJJ BUILDERS.
c. E. MORHILL. PAPER HANGING. HOUSE
sign painting , brick work , plastering ; off. R. 1 ,
Darker blk. ; tel. 733 ; shop 913 N. 24th st.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMB ALMERS
H. K. 11URKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
embnlmer , 1618 Chicago St. , telephone 90. 612
SWANSON S. VALIEN , 1701 CUMINO. TEL 1000.
M. O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AND EM11ALM.
cr. 1417 Farnam st. , telephone 2 3. 611
C. W. DAKLUl , UNDERTAKER , 613 S. ICTH ST.
A GOOD THING-PUSH IT ALONG , MAY HE
the latest slang phrase , but that's just what
we're doing with SHERIDAN COAL. 8,000 tons
sold In Omaha last year. We gl\e you 2,000
His. of the best Wyoming cooking coal for SI.SO.
Victor White , mgr. , 1603 Farnam st. Tel. 127.
MUSIC , ABT AND LANGUAGES.
MRS. FANNY ADLEH. PIANO TEACHER ,
graduate Vienna Conservatory. SOS So. 16th st.
GEORGE F. GELLENHECK. ' BANJO AND
Rultar teacher. 1911 Cass street. M 109
DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILVERED. 719 N. 1C.
CHAMPION STEAM CARPET AND RFO
Cleaning Works do their work the best and
cheapest. 718-20 3. 14th St. Tel. 633. U , S. O.
Kuhn , manager ; Patrick Ward , foreman.
AETNA HOUSE ( EUROPEAN ) . N. 'W. COR ,
13th and Dodge. Rooms by day or week.
GOOD PASTURE FOH HORSES. JI.OO PER
month per head , diaries Cans , St. Paul , Neb ,
THE INFIRMARY IN CONNECTION WITH
th Dental college nt Twelfth and Pacific street *
Is now open , when those ili-slrln ; to have
tt-eth extracted can have It done free of charge
and all other work at merely cost ot material ,
DR. PAUL , DENTIST , 2020 HURT ST. 62F
We i nd the msrTflnmi French
IteineJr CALTHO3 tr-.v. nurt *
lozal guarantee that C'ALIIIOS .till
KTOIDUhireta Jk Kmlulnt.
CiritK Mi > * rintorrhrn. \ arieocvle
oad HKSTOUK 1,0.11 Igor.
Useita dl3yifiatisf.ei ,
Adl .VOH MOHL CO. .
HU inrrlrin iftit * , n tln.il
Till : REALTY M.UtliKT.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record July 8 ,
JosephQarneau nnd wife to Elizabeth
Garncau , lot 28 and e 13 feet lot 27. block 1 ,
HllUldc Reserve S 1
Martin Richardson , sr , , and wife to Alvah
Waterman. Hi acres In ns nw 13-16-10 . . . . . 60
L N Cockrell to F G Cockrcll , lot 4 , block 2.
Llnuottd park 7M
William Mueller unit wife rt ul to William
Graf , lot 22 , In add to blocks I and 18 ,
M add to IWdford Placv JM
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This wan all very well and I listened with
lie greatest Interest , but I was none tlio
learer aa to what younc Duroc wished mo
"How can I bo of service to you ? " I asked.
"Ily comlnc up with mo. "
"To the casrtloT"
"When ? "
"At once. "
"Hut what do yon Intend to do ? "
"I shall know what to do. Hut I wish you
o be with mo all the same. "
Well , It never was In my nature to refuse
n adventure , and , besides , I had every sym
pathy with the lad's feelings. H Is very
asy to forgive one's enemies , but ono wishes
o give them something' to forgive also. I
held out my hand to him , therefore.
"I must bo on my way to Itosael to mor
row morning , but tonight I am yours , " eald I.
We left our troopers In snug quarters and ,
as It was but a mile to the castle , -we did
lot disturb the horses. To tell the truth , I
late to tec a cavalryman walk , and I hold
hat Just as ho Is the most gallant thing
ipon earth when he has his saddle ( laps be-
ween his knees , so he Is the most clumsy
when he has to loop up Ma saber and M
saber tasche In one hand and turns In his
oes for fear of catching the row els of his
spurs. Still Duroc and I were of an age
when one can carry things off , and I dare
swear that no woman at least would have
quarreled with the appearance ot the two
young husjars , ono In blue and ono In gray ,
vho set out that night from Arensdort post
house. We both carried our swords , and ferny
ny own part I slipped a pistol from my
tolster Into the Insldo of my pelisse , for It
seemed 1o me that there might ba Eoino wild
vork for us.
The track which led to the castle wound
hrough a pitch-black flrwood , whore ono
could sco nothing save the ragged patch of
tars above our lieads. Presently , however ,
t opened up , and there was the castle right
n front of us about as far as a carbine would
carry. It was a huge , black place , and bore
every mark of being exceedingly old , with
urrets at every corner and a tquaro kcop
on the side which was nearest to us. In all
ts great shadow there was no sign of light
ave for a single window , and no bound came
rom It. To mo there was something awful
n Its size and Its silence which corrc-
ponded BO well with Its sinister name. My
companion pressed on eagerly anil I followed
ilm along the Ill-kept path which lei to the
gate.Thero was no bell or knocker upon the
great Iron studded door , ani it was only
> y pounding with the hilts of our sabres
that wo could at last attract attention. A
hln , pale-faced man , with a beard up to his
temples , opened It at last. He carried a lan-
ern In one hand and with the other a chain
which held an enormous black hound. His
manner at the first moment was threatening ,
jut the sight of our uniforms ana of our
faces turnel It Into one of sulky re-'erve.
"The Baron Straubenthal does not receive
visitors at so late on hour , " said ho , speaking
In very excellent French. I
"You can Inform Daron Straubenthal that I
have come 800 leagues to see him , and that I
will not leave until I have done so , " said my
companion. I could not myself have said It
with a better voice and manner.
The fellow took a sidelong look at us and
tugged at his long black beard In his per-
"To tell the truth , gentlemen , " Bald ho.
"Tho baron has a cup or two of wine In him
at this hour and you would certainly dnd him
a more entertaining companion if you were
to come again In the morning. "
He had opened the door a little wldor as he
spoke and I saw by the light of the lamp In
the hall behind him that three other rougl
fellows were standing there , ono of whom
held another of these monstrous hounds.
Duroc must have seen It also , but It made no
difference to his resolution.
"Enough talk , " said he , pushing the man
to ono side , "It Is with your master that 1
have to deal. "
The fellows In the hall made way for him
as he strode In among thorn , so great Is the
'The Daron Strnuuenllial does not receive vis
itors at ) late an hour. "
power gf one man who knows what ho wants
over several who are not sure of themselves.
My companion tapped ono of them on the
shoulder with ai much assurance as though
ho owned him.
"Show me to the baron , " Bald he.
The man shrugged his shoulders and an
swered something In Polish. The fellow with
the beard who had shut and barred the front
door appeared to be the only one among
them who could speak French.
"Well , you shall have your way , " said ho ,
with a sinister smile. "You shall sea the
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iiato casea and clinllonce the world fur n
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baron. And perhaps before you liavo flnlsliel
you will wish that you had taken tny advice.
Wo followed him down the hall , which
was stone fluRKed and very spacious , with
skins scattered upon the floor , and the hoaas
of wild boasts up n the walls. At the further
end ho threw open a door and vso entered.
It was a small room , gcintlly furnished ,
with the same mirks of neglect and decay
which met us at every turn. The walls were
hunt ? with disorderly tapestry , which had
como loose nt one corner , ? o as to expose the
rotiRh stone wall behind. A second door lump ;
with a curtain faced us upon the other side.
Between lay a square table strawn with dirty
dishes and the sordid remains of a meal.
Several bottle were scattered over It. At the
head of It facing us there rat a IIURO linn
with a lion-like head and a great shock of
orange-colored hair. His beard was of the
same Klarlnj ; hue , matted and tangled and
coarse as n horse's mane. I have seen some
strange faces In my time , but never one
more brutal tban that with its small eyes ,
UsUilte crumpled cheeks , nnd the thick ,
hanging lip which protruded over his mon
strous beird. His head swayed about on hla
shoulders and lie looked at us with the vague ,
dim gaze of a drunken man. Yet ho was not
eo drunk but that our uniforms carried their
message to him.
"Well , my bravo boys , " he hiccoughed ,
"what la the latest news from Paris eh ?
You'ro going to frco Poland , I hear , and have
meantime nil become , slaves to yourselves ,
slaves to a little autocrat with his
gray coat nnd threo-cornercd
more citizens , cither , I am told , nnd nothing
Ami facing us then- sat a IIUKO man.
but monsieur nnd madam. My faith , some
more heads will have to roll Into the sawdust
basket some of these mornings. "
Duroc advanced In sllenco and stood by the
"Jean Carabln , " said he.
The baron started , nnd the film of drunken
ness seemed to be clearing from his eyes.
"Jean Carabln , " said Duroc once more.
Ho sat up and grasped the arms of his
"What do you mean by repeating that
name , young man ? " ho nsked.
"Joan Carabln , you are n man whom I long
wished to meet. "
"Supposing that I had once such.a name ,
how can It concern you , slncp you must have
been a child when I bore ft ? "
"My name Is Duroc. "
"Not the son of "
"Tho son of the ipan you murdered. "
The baron tried to laugh , but there was
terror in his eyes.
"Wo must let by-gones bo by-goncs , young
man , " ho cried. "It was our life or theirs
lit those days , the aristocrats or the people.
Your father was of the Glrondo. Ho fell.
I was of HID mountain. Most ot my com
rades fell. It was all the fortune of war.
Wo must forgot nil thla and learn to know
each other bottetr , you and I. " He hold
out a red , twitching band as ho spoke ,
"Enough , " cried young Duroc. "If I were
to pass my saber through you ns you sit In
that chair I should do what Is right and
Just. I dishonor my blade by crossing It
with yours. And yet you are a French
man , and have even held a commission
tinder the same flag as myself. Hlso and defend -
fend yourself ! "
"Tut , tut ! " cried the baron. "It Is all
very well for you young bloods "
Duroc's patience could stand It no more.
Ho swung his open hand Into the great
orange beard. I saw a lip fringed with blood
and two glaring blue eyes above It.
"You shall dlo for that blow. "
"That Is better , " said Duroc.
"My saber , " cried the othor. "I will not
keep you waiting , I promise you ! " and he
hurried from the room.
( Continued Wednesday. )
EVERYTHING BUT THE BEARD
Eastern t-choolmnrm Shorn the Woolly
\ > c u Truly "Now" Woman.
The newest thing In the now woman was In
the city at the union depot for a few minutes
yesterday morning and aroused as much stir
and caused as much excitement ns a yellow
dog with a tin can attached to his caudal
appendage. She had the appearance of the
new woman of the most virulent type , nnd
she did not seem to cara who knew It. She
was a _ school teacher from the east , nnd she
was going tlirough with a party of teachers
to the Denver meeting. She was dressed In
man's costume from head to foot , long brown
tweed trousers , a doublo-breasted coat of the
same material , across which a gold watch
chain extended , and a small hat.
In a very few minutes after she got off
the car n newsboy spotted her and yelled :
"Say , catch on to do woman In man's
This attracted the attention of all the
other boys , nnd when they followed her
nbout the nttentlon of every one about the
crowded depot was attracted , This did not
phase her , however , and she kept up her
promenade up and down along the depot
platform until her train pulled out.
A ftinnllpux Bvnro ,
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The following marriage licenses were la-
sued yesterday by the county Judge :
Nuine and address. jvcc
NcU W , H.'immiiiHeii , HutJi , Minn
Kittle Sorensen , Omaha , y ,
William T. Oulder , Omalm *
Maud M. Hussle , Omaha j ]
Charles K. Sheldon , Creston , Neb 2
Flora V. Jtobertsoti , Creston , Neb y.
William J. IlusKoll , Omaha 20
Belma HerK , Omaha z
John A. Johnson , Omaha y
Anna a. Olson , Omaha 3 ;
John Wlpp. Douglas county
Marie Duchholz , Douglas county. . j ;
Andrew W. Wolrath. Hnvelock 3T
Christine Bwanson , Omaha a
/.din Mcoliuu" Suit Agiiliist Oeorco Could
JERSEY CITY. July 8. The argument on
the motion for a preliminary examination o :
Oeorga J , Gould In the lult of Zella Nlcolaui
Iluhman to recover a $40,000 check war. post
poned by Judge Llpplncott In the Hudsoi
county court today. Counsel for Mr , Goulc
mates that he understood the argument was
net down for tomorrow and Judge Llpplncott
thereupon adjourned the case until that time
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SOUIH OMAHA CITY COUNCIL
Apportionment of the City funil J ml I < Tt
All the members ot the city council worn
present at the meeting last evening except
Mayor Johnston. Mr. llulh occupied the
The committee , of which Mr. Ulanchanl
was chairman , appointed to Inijulro Into tlm
advisability of opsnlng Thirty-ninth street
from Q to S streets , recommended In favor
of the plan.
The annual appropriation fund , Including
the following Items , WAS read and patued :
Interest . ! , ! > , Kntnry J S.3W
Juilitment SWJ Ml.wi-llaiui.us . . , , . 3.3IH
I'rtlU 8.SID Street repair
I 'Indepiitment. . . . OMJ
1'ulillc liRlits . Ov Total JM.I7 *
KiiKlneer . 750
In connection with the question of viaduct
rep-ilra City Attorney Doud gave It ns hU
opinion that the city must g've ' each railroad
company a notice of Its proportionate share
of the expense nnd n reasonable time In
which to begin work. If after n reasonable
time the railroad compan'es ' do not make the
repairs , It "will be the duty of the city coun
cil to make the repairs and charge the cost
to the railroads. The total cost of repairs
contemplated will amount to nbout $ . ' ,000.
A. I ) , llubermann entered a complaint , al
leging that ho had been assessed too much
on certain lots.
Robert T. Mnxwell submitted a new plat ot
an addition that had been laid out , and tlio
city engineer certified that the grades were In
accordance with present ordinances.
Some time ago n remonstrance was Died
by V , P. Hedges against the granting ot a
liquor license to H. H. Sautor. The case hat
several times been postponed , but finally
came to trial before the city council last
night , The remonstrntor lives In the roir ot
a building on N street , and ho objects to the
noises In the tuloon. A saloon has for years
been run only eight feet from the ono In
question , but Hedges novcr made any com
plaint to the authorities , Attorneys on
both sides wasted n lot ot time talking on the
matter pro and con. Mr , Hodges was placed
on the stand to provo that the saloon so near
his rooms was a milsanco. Mr. Van Duzon ,
for the defandant , Insisted that questions put
to the witness bo confined to the points In the
remonstrance filed , nnd the council so de
The next objection was that some of" the
signers to Sauter's petition were not free
holders. Lawyers on both sides talked for
an hour or more , but the council , by n unani \ \
mous vote , granted the license to Sautcr.
Hedges gave notice of an appeal.
Mayor Johnston then took the chair. Thn
grade on Twenty-fifth , Twenty-sixth and
Twenty-seventh , north to J streets , was or
dered established ,
School llonril .M IT tine.
A special session of the Uoard of Education
was held last night to confer with the com
mittee ot flvo appointed at the Saturday
light's mass meeting In regard to voting
) ends for n High school , and for running
expenses. Members Olson and Gideon were
The question ot voting bonds was laid ever
inlll the next meeting. It requires a petition
ilgnod by one-third of the qualified voters ot
ho district bcforo the board can act on such
natters , as voting away public money In
purchasing grounds nnd orcctljig buildings.
As no such petition has ns yet been filed the
joard declared that no action could bo taken ,
The visiting committees for the various
schools wcro appointed by President Cheek
and confirmed by the board.
It was decided that the recently elected
cachers will bo paid the following salaries :
Mary Grlcst , $45 ; Maud Thcmas , $45 ; M. E.
Wlddus , $55 ; Susan Horan , $55 ; Nolllo Hul-
borl. $55 ; Ella Wright , $55 ; Viola Evans. $75 :
Nora Cox , $ GO ; Lillian Hald , $00 ; Josie Graln-
llsh , $55 ; Ella Uibbs , $ CO.
Janitors : High school , $65 ; Lowell , $50 ;
Hawthorne , $50 ; Lincoln , $45 ; Weal Side ,
( CO ; Ilrown Park. $ CO ; West Albright. $20 ;
East Albright , $40 ; fireman for High school ,
Current Topln Club.
The Currpnt Topic club has been granted
the use ot the Hoard of Education rooms
Saturday nights during the school vacation.
HE HAD TOO MUCH PROPERTY
John llwycr'a PoMn slotia the fuu o of
Hlf Now lliiliip'ln ,1 ill.
Detectlvo Davis late yesterday afternoon
law John Dwyer carrying a suspiciously
urge bundle , which did not comport well with
ils rather poverty-stricken appearance. On
nvcatlgation the bundle proved to ho a mini
ature pawnshop. There were all kinds of.
lowolry , clothing , razors , silver spoons , a
revolver and other nrtlclej in It. Dwyer con
sequently went to Jail. Among the articles
wns a silver match box ongravoil with tha
iamo "J. H. Boston , " several gold sleeve
JUttons engraved with the letters "K. L. T , "
and a match box on which was printed with
rubber stamp "Gay Smith. "
Dwyer said that ho obtalnoJ the match
jox from a friend and that ho bought the
other things , but he was foxy , and when
prosseJ with further questions , ho refuso.l to
answer. The police are of the opinion that
ho is a "grafter" and that the goods found
upon him are tin spoils ot some nousebreak-
K. Ho is not known to tlio police.
Officer Loverton last night arrested two
uox car vagrants , who gave 'the ' names ot
Henry Curtis and Jim Callahan , In Curtis'
possession was found a fine new alligator skin
pocketbook , on which were the words ; ' "In
memory of Charles Berlin , 1834. " Curtl
said he had If made for a friend and that It
cost him $3 , bat as his general appearance
would load an unprejudiced observer to tha
conclusion thnt ho had not seen $3 for n yeir ,
not much faith Is placed In the story , nnd It Is
thought that he stole the pockotbook. Cal
lahan had a quantity of cheap thimbles.
Ilhetiimillo I'ulns Ilnvo Loft ,
"I was troubled with rheumatic pains In
my nrms , limbs nnd body , and also suffered
with sickness after riding a long distance. I
have been taking Hood's Sarsaparllla and ths
rheumatic pains have entirely loft me , and I
am now novcr troubled with dcknesj. " A.
L. Zlnn , 410 Builders Exchange , Kansas
City , Mo.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
KeonnilVnr < l republicans.
The Second Ward Hepubllcan club held a
meeting last night at Eighteenth nnd Vlnton
streets , but as a largo crowd did not turn
out an early adjournment was taken. Coun
cilman Kment and A , P. Houck made short
speeches , In which they urged the member *
of the club to put up a clean ticket for tha
fall- elections , and to stnnd by It through
thick und thin against all enemies , especially
the citizens' movement. It was decided to
hold three meetings a month , one In each
week , except the week In which the South
SlJo Hepubllcan rlub meets. The next meet
ing of the club will take place next Monday
night. The officers of the club were elected
recently and are Henry Knodcll , president ;
William Alsteclt , vlco president , and H. H ,
Boyle , secretary.
I'OU A 11HAIN 811MULANT
Use HorJfnnl's Arid riiniplmte.
Dr. W. F. Toombs. Morrlllton , Ark. , sayi :
"I Is certainly the finest brain stlmulaut I
have found. "
Oliver Wllcox and Will Helns were locked !
up last night for Impersonating officer * . They
were making a tour ot the Third ward whcu
Members of tha Women's Ilellef corps ot
the Grand Army of the Republic will moot
In the old Metropolitan hull , Fourteenth
nnd Dodge itrcotn , tomorrow afternoon ,
Railroad travel has Increased more than
DO per cent oVer that of two weeks ago. Tlm
union depot is crowded all day with arriving ;
and departing travelers , and the through
trains are all crowded.
Children Cry fog
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