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THE O31AIIA DAILY BEEtVJJJDKESDAY , JULY 10 , 1895.
for these column * will Iw
tahrn until 12I3O p. in. for the VTtnlnennd
until 8 | i , ni. for the morning Bid bandar
A < itt > rll crii , hj requesting a nnmlwred
heck , tnii Imve ansncr * nddrrmed to n
numbered letter In rnrt > of Tlio Iteo. An-
wcr 10 nddrcMed will be itrllTorod upon
I itrrntutlun of the chrrk only. Hate * ,
1 l-2c n word , first Insertion , lo n nnnl
' hereafter. Clothing tuUan fnr It is than SSa
lor llrst imrrtlon.
'Jhfso adtrrtUcnients must tun rnmecu-
VTANTED-BTENOORAPIIER AND OENERAL
omce man want * position July 1st. Five yean ; '
experience. llest references. Address C W.
Canrield. Valentine. Nebraska. A-M23J
WANTED WAX.E HELP.
WANTED , i.ow MEN TO WRITE MB TODAY
for the receipt ( absolutely Iree , In plain sealed
envelqne ) which cured me of nervoun debility ,
rxhaut * & vitality , etc. Address C. J. Walker.
Box 1311 Kalnmaioo , Mich. n M46J _
WANTED , MAN ON" SALARY TO TAKE OR-
d"m In city. If succemfut will receive ad
vancement. Apply after 9 a. m. 1518 Doug
las. H M336 Jy23
| M TO | 1M HALARY PAID HALESMEN FOR
clRars ; experience not neceisarv : extra Induce
ments to customers , lilihop & Kline , Ht.Loujs ,
WANTED , EXPERIENCED DRY OOOD8 CAL.
ler , address Blvlnx one , exiwrlonce , salary and
references , "Dry Goods Carrier No. 2 , St. Jo-
neph , Mo. " It 781-15
BALEHMEN-TO DRtTO TRADE HIDE LINE
or otheiwl-e. J. W. Knlsht. 217-ZJ5 Male stre-t.
Racine , WIs. 1J M7H 10 *
WANTED , LIVE , INTELLIGENT AOENTS IN
Omaha to oriranlze elubi of three to five
families for our famoua orchard homes land
In central Mlsslmlppl. The tide of Immigration
1 * going south where there are no hot winds , no
cold winters , no blizzards , no crop failures.
When ? two to three crops can lie ralaed each
year. Where there Is no such thing nt a. fall-
uro if n man will work one-half ns hard as he
doe In this country. Cool Bummers , mild win-
tern , sure paying crops of fruit nnd garden
truck , richest soil on c-nrth , best rnllrp-id
facilities , deo. W. Ames , general agmt. 1017
Farniim street. Omaha. H MIJJ
WANTED Fi-Pi LE HELP.
ARE YOU HONEST , SO11ER. INDUSTRIOUS ?
If no engage with us for 1893 ; J300 n monlh ,
J3.600 n year ; you can make It easy : six hours
a day. Our agents do not complain of hard
times. Whyt They are making money selling
our perfection Dish Washer ; the only practical
family washer manufactured ; wa hci. dries
and polishes dlihes perfectly In two minutes ;
no experience necessary ; n child of 8 operates
It easily ; cheap and durable ; vvelsht , thirteen
rounds ; made of nntl-rust sheet steel ; rapacity ,
100 pieces ; J10.000 for Us equal : every family
wanti one : > ou don't have to canvas ; as soon
a people know > ou have It for sile they send
Tor n dish washer ; each agent's territory pro
tected : no competition : we furnish sample
( welelu nix pounds ) In nice case to lady ngentj
to take orders with ; one agent m-ido $214 M llrit
ten days. Address for full particulars Perfection
111. r-\"ei i"
tion Mfg. Co. . Englewood.
FOR KENT HOUSES.
HOUSES. P. K. DARLING , BARKER JJLOCK.
HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. THE
O P. Davis Company. l 0j Farnam. D 4C6
HOUSES. I1ENAWA & CO. , IOC N. 10THST. _
H. E. COLlTcb. . LARGEST LIST IN OMAHA.
RENTAL AGENCY. 620 SO. 1CTII ST.D
2 KLEOANT 6-ROOM COTTAGES JUS !
bunt , $22.50. Fidelity Trust company , liOI I ar-
nam D * ' 1
8.ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 29TH ST. & POP
pleton. Hartman & Robblns. 240 liee bldg.
D 824 Jy9
7-ROOM EAST FRONT MODERN , 502 N. 40TH ,
MODERN C-IIOOM COTTAOEr BEAUTIFt'I
lawn nnd shade. 2121 Miami street. D MJ13
6-ROOM FLAT TOR RENT. 1919 DODGE.
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSES NEAR HIGH SCHOOL
$15.00 and $2 > ,00 per month. Inqulic 2CIO Caplto
ave. D 027-11 *
FOR RENT TWO C-ROOM COTTAGES. ONI
furnished , 802 S. 30th. Modern.
FURNISHED HOUSE" TWELVE BOOMS
modern ; pirt or all. CO ) 8. 281h. D M70S 13 *
C-ROO.M COTTAGE , 957 N. 25TH. E.N'QUIRI
t2S South ISth st. D 727 11
TOR RENT. COMPLETELY FURNISHED 9
room house with barn , half block from Hans
com park , from July 22d to September 1st
rent \ory low to desirable tenant. Addrea :
1407 Hnrncy st. D 713 9 *
FOR RENT. PLATS NEWLY PAPERED AN !
I cleaned , northeast corner llth nnd Itowar
strcetB. Fifteen dolHr n month. Inquire rom
311 , First National Hank building. D 741-22
FOR RENT ? " FIVE-ROOM COTTAGES. 1408-1
North 22d street. Eight dollars per month. It
quire loom 314 , First National Hank building.
IOK BliNT l-UllINiltsilED ROOMS
FURNISHED ROOMS 50C WEEK , 710 S. 14T1 :
E 910 Jyl2
S ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING FOR MA )
and wife ; rent taken In board. 319 N. 17th.
ROOM FOR TWO. PRIVATE FAMILY. MOD
rn. 607 S. 2otli Ave. E MM7 13 *
NICELY FURNISHED. COOL. QUIET ROOM
in pilxate family , only six blocks from pea
ofnce. 2015 Douglas nt. E < HO 11 *
FPRNIHIIKD FRONT ROOM FOR TWO GKN
tlemen. All modern. 21C41 Cass st. E 49 12 *
NICELY FURNISHED OUTSIDE ROOMS. GA !
stenm heat. 711 a ICtb , third Iloor right.
6OI1TH FRONT ROOM , NICELY FURNISHEt
1J1G Howard. E 721 10 *
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. CONVENIEN'
cheau. cool. large lawn. 2CI1 SI. Mary's.
E MC39-12 *
rETJRNISHElTROO.yid AND BOQ.R ]
NICELY FURNISHED SOUTH ROOM WIT
board for two ; prUnte- family ; no other boon
ers ; boat home comforts. Cll No. 21st. be
California nnd Webster. F 904
TO TRADE. DRESS SUIT. CHEST
36 Inches , worn twice ; cost $75 , for horse , gut
or nil ) thing. B 42 , Bee. F 135
PLEASANT COOL ROOM FOR TWO. WIT ]
baiml , 2310 Dodge st. _ C14-9 *
roil RENT , N1CF.LY FURNISHED BOUTI
rait front room , with alcoto and bay wlndov
all modern conveniences ; tuard ; lawn mirroum
the house. (5 ( 3. 23th street. 1' MOO 10 *
XJNFURNlillSD ROOMS TO REN"
2 OR S UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT A
309 8. SUh Hi. G 951
THREE ROOMS ; HOUSEKEEPING. :6 8' '
SInry'a avenue. O 013
2 UNFL-RNISHER ROOMS. WITHOUT CHII
dren ; city water. 1311 California street.
! Cll RENT AND OFFICE
1XJR RENT THE 4-STORY BRICK BU1LD1NI
1C I'atnim .inent. This building has a lit
proof commit ImKOmcnt. complete steam htui
ing fixtures , water on all ( loom , gas , etc. A
ply at the vine * of The lite. I 91 (
FOR RKNT. 1'IRST-CL.VSS THREE-STOP
nnd bHsenient , brick stun ? biilldlnir. Nn. 1003 Fn
nam rtreet. Sullublu for any kind ot bnalne
Itranonablo termo. Innulre- m III First N
tlonal Bank bulldliiK. I 7 -
X AbENTa W ANTED.
HEN AND WOMEN. 1 TO $10 A DAY. Al
dress the Handy Heater Co. . Ml N w York I.I
toljg . Onnha. Neb. J 47 (
AOENTsl WANTED. FA'KROETIC MEN. 1
Kll goods by sampl at home or travel ; eai
viler : liberal salary or rommlmdnn. Andres
r with rtump. P. O. Box 1103 , ftow Ynrk t'lty.
.1-M74J 10 *
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LADY AGENTS ; RURI1ER UNDERGARMEN"
quick lulex ; Mf prtillts , eatalairue fre > * . Mr
K. II. Little Mfir. Co. , Chicago , III.JM748
AGENTS WANTE'D : NEW WALL MAP p.
and wo Id ; six f < t long ; t\t\tn \ b null ul cilor
no exp-'ilcnci' n etled ; > ou cannot inakv mum
ailer ; send S".c for sumpla or wrlt Rand. M
Nally & Co. . Chlcaxo. J-M7I7 1J >
WANTE.D TO RENT.
WANTED. THREI ] PNFURNISHED ROOJ
for Ubt hou ekerilnr. | wlllt modem re
venlAn 3. by man anl wlfo. Addre > * T
Dee oflkv. K M7C7 19
IVAN TED , 1)ESKROOU PAYA1JLE IN Ol ril
xrxlcta. Arfdrctit I 41. lice.K MTU 10'
O. O. WALLACK , RKNTAIJJ , "SI ! DROWN III.
near HTou.ua : BUILDING IN OMAHA u.
BOV. lvnd.-d uarvlKiuir. hoiueliold u odii ktort
bwnt rain. _ 1011.10IJ Lu\ notlh. . _ M 17
BTORAIlli PRANK UWERP , Kit 1IARNEY.
STOUAtJU * WARtiHOL'SlB CO , !
H4 Jones an. Urccrjt > ton > < * unl lutwanlln
_ J !
FOB BAI/E HOnSEB.WAOONB.ETO
FOR 8ALB-ONH OF MT 11 LACK PONY
mares. Fred Mohl , 1521 Dodge. P ZW
FOR SALE. C11KAP , QENTLB BADDLK PONT.
suitable for jounjr lady. Is also a good driver ,
Apply to coachman..Xa B. 23th street.
P XI7H 10
HARDWOOD COM11INATION 1IOQ AND
chicken fence. Clias. R. Lee , 9th and DiUKla > ,
Tlin STANDARD CATTL15 CO. . AMUS. NEIL ,
has 400 tons good baled hay for sale , Q M4iO
POR SALE-OLD LPMIIER. CONSISTING OP
ficamllng 2x4 , 2x8. 2x10. 8x8 , shlplap , she-runs ,
siding , doors , window i. etc. , at the Asaoclaled
Chartlles wood jard , 807 Howard si.
We have a number of llrst mortgages In amounts
o' MO lo 13000 nt 614 to 8 per cent for sale.
None but gilt edged securities bandied. Call
and nee us.
Fidelity Trust Company , 1702 Farnam St.
Q 087 31
FOR HALE. GOOD FAMILY MILK COW. 41D
and Hamilton. ; Q MC5S
FOR HALK. REO1STERED JERSEY , RICH ,
heavy milker , 153.00. ! 111 S. 17th.
FOR SALK. CHEAP , EXTRA GOOD 8IX-
hole steel range. 2C33 Harney street.
street.Q < i2 12 *
THOROUOIUIRED IRISH SETTER PUP3 FOR
sain at a bargain. Robert Ivcns , Persia. la.
IJ-M709 12 *
FIXTl'RKH OF SMALL LUNCH ROOM. CALL
802 N. Y. L. bids. Q-M741 ! !
WANTED , HUNTING DOQ3 TRAINED FOR
chickens and quail ; satisfaction Rimrnnteod erne
no pay. For terms addreis d. 8. Rambaugh ,
Central City. Neb. R MGSJ 13
MRS. DR. H. WARREN , CLAIRVOYANT , RK-
liable business ti'jdlum , 6th > car at 119 N. 16th.
AMELIA GOODMAN , ASTROLOGER AND
BpttTTuSllst. can be consulted at llth and
_ Ma un. jJepot hotel. 7. 3 611-9 *
KNOW THY FATK-PROF. E. LKROY. THE
wonderful clairvoyant nnd trance medium , filve
advice on business , law , money matter * and fam
ily affairs. The future plainly revealed. I/ivera
united , troubles healed. Reunites the separated ,
cnu es happy m-irrlaifes , gives names of friends ,
rnemlen nnd one you will marry. Tells what to
do to be lucky. All in trouble call. OIHce , 1712
Capitol avenue. Hours , 9 u. m. to 7 p. m.
B 11721 10 *
MESSAGE. BATHS. KTO.
MADAM SMITH , 502 8. 1STH 2D FLOOR , ROOM
3 ; magnetic , \npor , alcohol , steam , siilphurtne
nnd son balhs. T MG5I 13 *
MASSAGE , MADAME HERNARD , 1121 DODGE.
T M621 1S
FINEST HATH AND MASSAGE PARLORS IN
clly. Mmc. Howell. 318 A 320 8. 15lh ; Ihoroug.ily
practical chiropodist and manicurist attendant.
T M87H Jyl2 *
MRS. DR. LEON. ELEGANT MAKSAGE AND
electric bath. Parlors restful and rofre hlnit ,
412 North 14th street. T M7J2 11"
SOS NORTH ICTH ST. , ROOM 13. IIATHS , 8E-
Icct mtiBsaeo by an expuit. Anna , fiom Chi
cago. T 420 14'
TURKISH BATHS : ONLY PLACE IN CITY
cxclusl/ely for ladles. Sulto 109-110 , Dee bldg.
LADIES' BATHS. 1IME. POST. 31954 S. 13TIL
VIAVI CO. . 318 llKE BLDG. ; HEALTH HOOK
free ; home ticatment ; lady allendanl. U483
n. HAAS , FLORIST. PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS.
Danquet , hall , residence and grave decorations.
1313 Vlnton street. Telephone 77C. U M484
BATHS , MASSAGE , MME. POST , 3I9Vi S. 15TH.
A PRIVATE PARTY HAS MONEY TO LOAN
on pianos , jewels , bicycles , etc. : business
strictly confidential. Address , PostolHco Ilex
320. U M7U2
ARE YOU SICK ? MEDICINE AND TREAT-
mcnt Me. at 205V4 N. ICth at. U 133 Jyl7 *
FOR FIRE AND 11UROLAR PROOF SAFE3 ,
vault work. etc. . pee or address W. G. Temple-
ton , Bcn'l. ag-t. , 403 N. Y. Life. U MC97 a6
CASH ADVANCED ON PUBLIC EMPLOYES'
salaries. Commercial Trust Co. , 413 Roe UldK.
SUMMER HOARDING AND PICNIC GROUNDS ,
nt Hazel Dell nursery. Rrlggstallon , Ni-b. ,
15 minutes ride from Webster street depot on
C. St. I' . M , & O. R. R. depot , postolllce nnO
church nt ground * . Pleasant drive or wheel
rides from city. Heautlful grove and good tprlns
water. Tents for rent. Refreshments served or
giounda. For particulars address J W. Day
llrlggs , Neb. U 737-13
MRS. JACO11SON HAS REMOVED FROM 1811
NIchoHs st. to CIO North 20th St. U 73C-15 *
M.-MAII. SENT TO BOX M WILL HE ALI ,
light. D. L. P. U-M750 10 *
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 farms or Omaha city property
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. Tilt
O. F. Davis Co. . 1505 Farnam St. W IS7
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR. 515 N. Y. LIFE.
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED ON
or bought. 1' . O. Chcsncy , Kansas city. Mo.
CAPITAL , 2.000.000 ; SURPLUS , $000,000 ; U. S.
Mortgage Trust Co. . New York ; for 6 per cenl
loans on city property apply to Pusey S
Thomas , agents , room 207. First Nat. Hk bldg ,
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Urennan , Love & Co. , Paxton blk. .
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL ESTATE
at 6 per cent. W. B. Melkel , 1st Nat. Ilk ; bid if ,
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property. Fidelity Trust Co. , 1703 Farnam.
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED cm
property * W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 iW
I INVESTORS' DIRECTORY CO. . 10 WALL ST.
New York , offer any part IOT.OOO eastern In
vcstors * names , who have money to Invest ; Jus
compiled. Write for particulars.
. W MJS1 Jy23 *
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS
horsca , wagons , elc. , at Ian eat rates In city
no removal of goods ; strictly contldentlal ; yoi
can par 'he loan off at any time or In an )
amount.OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO .
30t So. ICth St. .
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE ANT
pianos. Fred Terry , ISO Ramge blk. X 497
MODEL LOAN CO. , 403 NEW YORK LIFK.
X 133 JylC *
JI2.000.00 STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN BES1
town In eastern Nebraska , for land and can !
or equivalent. Address U 29 , care Bee.YM93I
3 SOLID INVESTMENTS : URICK IJUSINErf :
block , water power tloiirlng mill , line Ice busl
new. II. C. Alger & Co. , Sheridan , W > o.
FOR SALE-STOCK OF MILLINERY ; BES"
location In tha city. Gcod reason for selling
Address at once , T 16. Bee. Y 130
52.700. P/ltl'O STORE DOING GOOD UL'PINESf
J. J. Olbsjii. 1st National bank. Y M701 14
E X > . SALOON IN ONE OF THE LEADINi
hotels. J. J. Gibson , 1st Nat. Bank.
v Y M700 11
ONIMIALF INTEREST IN REAL ESTAT
nnd abslracl business In central Nebraska fi
n-ile , T 45 , Omaha. lie * . Y .M7J1 A7
A GOOD OPENING FOR THE RIGHT PAim
For i le , n slock of gNioml inrrclrandlee ( d <
partment store goods ) . Best of business Inc.-
tlon In u live city of 2.004 Inhabitants ; rer
reasonable. Will give good reasons fnr Helllni
Address T 49 , He * . Omaha. Y JI735 11 *
WANTED TO TRADE. NEW STANDARD III
cycle for draft horse vve'ghlng l.SUu pounds o
mar * . E. J. Davis.Jill Farnam t. 2-t37
fb ExciiANGu. A "COMBINED RTOCK oi
drugs , clocks , watches , j welry. blank an
school books , wall paper , window kl.udei
paints , oils. irlaM. etc. ; will Invoice , with Hi
lures , about )9,000 ; want linvroved furra. Ad
drew A. J. Pltser , Chcrryrale. Kan.
Z-M8IIJ > 10
I WANT MERCHANDISE IN EXCHANGE FOI
teal ntata oud ni U. 1L A. Wagner. Oiualm.
FOR TRADi ; , IXJUITY IN RENTAL PRO1
erty for cottage. Kouttivvekfrn l rt of towr
AddrtM T 41. He ? . K-M7S1 : 12
WANTKIJ. TO KXCltAKGE OMAHA. 1-ROI
erty. free of Incumbnirtcc , for an engine c
about llvhaci > i iwwfr. Uhor HUani or casolln
Adlrr/3 A. P , Munnlnr , IVemunt. Nrb.
POR SALE REAL ESTATE.
THE 1IYRON REKlcOMPANl
F.VRM LANDS. C , F. UARR18ON , SI ! Kv.
RE-W7 J > 10 *
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DO YOU WANT A BEAUTIFUL MODERN
collage home within walking distance from P.
O. , InsIJi- one mile' We have two of them
Just completed that are models , nnd we will
iiell them nt greally reduced prices and take In
a JWO.CO to ISOO.OO lot as part payment.
These ore located on Hurt street , Just fast ot
tth street. Will be open Sunday. Call and In
Remember we will takp your vacant lot as part
Why will you pay rent on a house nnd then
pay taxes on vacant property wnen you can mtks
such n deal ns thU ?
See these Irniutlful homes or enll nt our ofnc *
nnd we will bo most pleased to show Ihem.
Fidelity Trust company , 1702 Farnam street.
IMPROVED -GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAHA
at prices that wilt surprise > ou , If taken within
I weeks. J. II. Sherwood , 423 N. Y. Life.
BARGAINS , HOUSES , LOTS AND FARM ;
talc or trade. F. 1C. Darling , Barker block.
BARGAINS , SALE OR TRADE IN CITY PROP.
ertles and'farms. . John N. Frenier , DPP. i" . _ r .
HOMES ON BABY PAYMENTS. SELL AND
buy lots , acres , farms. Garvln Bros. , 210 N. Y. I. .
AT A I1AHOAIN. CORNERIX3T. PAVED
itreet , J cottages , 6 , 7 and 8 room each , brlrk
basement , water and newer conenctlon. In best
residence portion , monthly rental 114. Apply b >
letter to Jean Schons. 010 Bee building.
RE 311 Jy23
WANTED. 110,000 PLACE FOR CASH.
WnntnJ , Ji.OOO lot for rash.
Wanted , to loan out M.OOO. 7 per rent.
Wanted , to borrow 700 , 8 per cent.
Wanted , to loan out J4.000 on land.
Wnnted , 11,800 hardware Btoclr fnr cash.
Wanted , Iowa fnrm for cash.
Wanted , 14,000 house for rasli.
Wanted. $1,000 lot for cash.
Wanted , to rent $10 house.
Wanted , to liorrow $500.
Wanted , house for lot on the pnrtc.
Wanted , che.ip lot , north part of city.
Wanted , clock of Rood * for farm.
Wanted , $10.001 worth of Mdio ; | > art cash.
Wanted , 40 to SO acres well Improved.
Wanted , Omaha property for Iowa farm.
Wanted , farm for hardware and cash.
IXIl ) SALE
40 acres , Snrpy Co. , $900.
10 acres , Hnrpy Co. ( llncly lmpro\ed ) $4,00) .
fO near So. O. . $4.400.
40 near riorence , $2,000.
20 , nearly all bearing fruit. J2.200.
CG near town ( llnely Improved ) $1,400.
49 near Omaha , $ ,2300.
40. CO or 0 near Omaha , $25 an acre.
SOO , Madison Co. , $10.000.
800. Nance. Co. , $ tl.COO.
ICO near West 1'olnt , 16.000.
1. V. Harrison , 912 N. Y. Life. nn 744-9 *
MAIIA ELECTRO-GALVANIC INSTITUTE ,
room 416 N. Y. Life Bld'g ; treatment of all
uterine troubles , leucorrhoea , painful or sup
pressed menstruation , catarrh and throat trou
bles ; It la now the recognized remedy ;
hemorrolOn are cured without knife or pain ;
lady attendant. . M75C 11
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION.
JHARES IN MUTUAL L. & B. ASS'N PAY
6 , 7 , 8 per cent nhen 1 , 2 , 3 > ear old , nlwn , } *
redeemable. 1701 Fnrnam st. Natllnger , Seo.
low TO GET A HOME ou SECURE GOOD
Interest on savings. Apply to Omaha L. & I ) .
Asi'n , 1704 Dee bid ? . U. M. Nattlncer. Sec.
I. IIAIIOWITZ LOANS MONEY. 418 N. 16 ST.
W. O. DAXON , 402 N. 10TH. C03
rnuLiNd BUILT LIKE A WATCH , WEST.
crn Ulectrlcal Supply Co. , 1515 Howard street.
snu Tim VISIBLE BALL nnAniNas ON
Relay Special. Will Barnum Bro. , 120 N. 15th
A. L. DEANE & CO. , 1116 FAHNAM STREET
.VESTEUN . BICYCLE & GUN CO. , 2416 CUJIINO
, GHATib AND TILES.
A'OOD MANTELS. ORATCS , TILES TOR
fire places , vestibules and large floors ; write fet
prices. Mlltcn Rogcri & Sons. Onviha. 603
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL , 613 N. Y. LIPE ,
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTors -
ors for electric light and motor plants and all
kinds of electrical construction. Western Elec
trical Supply Co. , 1515 Howard et. 510
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. MORRILL. PAPER HANGING. HOUSE
sign painting , brick work , plastering ; ott. R. 1 ,
Barker blk. ; tel. 735 ; shop 913 N. S4th 8t.
H. K. BURKET , I'UNERAL DIRECTOR AND
embalmer , IMS Chicago St. , telephone 90. 612
3WANSON & . VALIEN , 1701 CUM1NG , TEL 1000.
M. O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALM ,
er , 1417 Karnnm st. , telephone 225. 511
C. W. BAKER , UNDERTAKER , C13 S. 1CTH ST ,
A GOOD THING PUSH IT ALONG , MAY Bf
the latest slang phrase , but that's just whal
we're doing with SHERIDAN COAL. 8,000 ton :
sold til Omaha last year. We give you 2,001
Ibs. of the best Wyomlnx cooking coal for $4.50
Victor While , msr. , 160i Farnara st. TcL 12 ?
M.USIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
MRS. TANNY ADLER. PIANO TEACHER
graduate Vienna Conservatory. SOS So. ICth st
K8 J j 9
GEORGE V. GELLENHECK , BANJO ANT
guitar teacher. 1911 Cass street. M 109
DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILVERED. 719 N. 10
CHAMPION STEAM CARPET AND RUC
Cleaning Works do their work tha best nm
cheapest. 718-20 S. 14lh st. Tel. C53. U. S. O
Kuhn , manager ; Patrick Ward , foreman.
220 Jy 20
AETNA HOUSE ( EUROPEAN ) . N. W. COR
13th and Dodge. Rooms by da ) or week.
GOOD PASTURE TOR HORSES. $1.00 PEI
month per head. Charles Gatu , St. Paul , Neh
THE INFIRMARY IN CONNECTION WIT1
the Dental college at Twelllh and Pacific street
U now open , where those dealrliiK to hav
teeth extracted can have It done free of cbarg
and all other work at merely cost of material
PH. PAUL. DENTIST. MM HURT ST. KB
STRAYED. A SMALL HLACIC AND WIIITI
cow , without horns ; half Jersey , half Holmeln
If found please return to SIS S. 20th and recelt
reward. lout 7S8-10 *
1IIK IIKAI.TY M.1IIKKT.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record July
18)5 ! ) :
W L Sclby and wife to J a Allen , lot 8 ,
block 1 , lot 7. block 2. lot 10. liloek 3 , lot
12 , Mock . Lincoln Place ; lots 1. S and 3 ,
Selt > > ' mibdlv In Lincoln Place ; lot 19.
block ! , Ko.itrre' add , lot J5 , Allilrght Ac
A'tt add , lot 5 , Selby'g Nubdlv , In 2d add to
South Omaha ; lots 3 and 4 , block 1 , Belbys
1st add lo South Omaha ; lots 1 ! and 13 ,
block 18 , Carthage ; lot 2. block 3. lot M ,
block ! . lot 15. blork 4. W L Selliy's l t
nilil to South Omaha ; undlv 4 lots 1 , 4 and
6. hlork 15. lots 3 , 6 nnd 7. blork 16 , lot * 1 ,
2 , 4. 5 and 10. block 17 , lot . blccU ! ! . lots
5 , 6 an. ) 10 , block , lou 2 , 3. 9 , 13 and 14 ,
block 24 , lot 9. blmk 13 , CarthiKe ; undlv i *
lot 13. 1,1. K-k 2. 47 feet of n 9o feet lots 1
and : . block 1. lot 6 , block 1. Hu.h & S'
add to South Omaha ; uml.v 4 lot 11 , block
2. lots S and 7 , blork 5. Lincoln Place . $
Edward Cassldy and wife * to I M Atherton ,
lot 28 , block 2 , Misiwurl Avenue park . 71
Quit Peterson to J W \ \ h.te , lots 11 , 26 to
30 , block 1 , lot * U. to 17 , block 4 , Gram-
mercy park . . . . . . . 4,5 (
t R Andrews and wife to Ijinca ler Savings
bank , lot 7 , block 1. Ralph Place . 1 !
Western Intestment company to A 1 *
French , lot II , block B. and lot 7. block
7 , Ambler Plur * . lot 7. Miller' * subdiv. and
lot 10 , block I. E\eiet I'lace . ,
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS.
J 11 PlrT and wife to II I. Cowlei , lot 10 ,
block ui , Gnuidvltw . . . . . . . . . . . .
H H Thomas to C O Mania , lot CO , Nelsan'i
add , nd lot 1 , block 2. Koslei * ' add .
Special mauler to J B Piper , lot 10 , block
4kl , Graud\kw . . .
Same to C II NYcodard , 4 ! fret lot 1J. block
II. Imprmemml ArrorUtlon add . 1,11
Same lo Portsmouth Trust and Guarantee
company , n 30 ( ret 103 feet lot 12. block
Total mount of transfer *
( Copyright. 1S93 , by Irvine B.ichcllcr. )
I have said that there was a second door
covered with a curtain. Hardly had the
baron vanished than there ran from behind
It a woman , young and beautiful. So swiftly
and noiselessly did she move that sha was
between us In an Instant , and It was only
the shaking curtains which told us whence
she had come.
"I have seen It all , " she cried. "Oh , sir ,
you have carried yourself splendidly. " She
stooped to my companion's hand and kissed
It again and again cro bo could dlscngago-H
from her grasp.
"Nay , niadamo , why should you kiss my
hand ? " ho cried.
"Uecause It Is the hand which struck him
on the vile , lying mouth. Hccau-e It may bo
the hand which will avenge my mother. I
am his stepdaughter. The woman whoso
heart he broke was my mother. I loathe
him. I fear him. Ab , thcro Is his step ! "
In an Instant she had vanished as suddenly
as she had come.
A moment later the baron entered with
a drawn sword In his hand and the fellow
who had admitted us at his heels.
"This Is my secretary. " said ho. "Ho
will be my friend In this affair. Hut we
shall need more elbow room than wo can
find here. Perhaps you will kindly como
with me to a moro spacious apartment. " v
It was evidently Impossible to fight In a
chamber which was blocked by a great
table. Wo followed him out , therefore. Into
the dimly lit hall. At the further end a
light was shining through an open door.
"Wo shall find what wo want In here , "
said the man with the dark beard.
It was a largo , empty room , with rows of
barrels and cases around the walls. A
strong lamp stood upon a shelf In the corner.
The floor was level and true , so that no
We were tnjen In n trap.
swordsman could askSfor'more. ' Duroc drew
ila sabre and sprang for If. The baron stood
jack with a bow andj motioned mo to follow
ny companion. Hardly were my heels over
ho threshold when the ijeavy door crashed
ichlnd mo and the key screamed In the lock.
'o were Uken In -trip ; .
For a moment wo"odnld not reallzo It.
Such Incredible baseness was outside of all
our experience. Then asvo understood how
foolish wo had been to trust for an Instant
a man with such a history , a flush ot rage
came over us , rage against his villainy and
against our own stupidity. Wo rushed at the
door together , heating It with our fists and
ticking It with our heavy boots. The sound
of our blows and of our execrations must have
resounded through the castle. Wo called t
this villain , hurling at him every name v.hlc
might pierce even Into his hardened eoul.
But the door was enormous such a door
as one finds In medieval castles made of
lugo beams clampo together with Irons. H
was as easy to break as a square of the old
; uard. And our cries appeared to bo of as
little avail as our blows , ej they only
jrought for answer the clattering echoes
trom the high root above us. When you
lave done some soldiering you soon learn to
put un with what cannot be altered. It was
[ , then , who first recovered my calmness and
prevailed upon Duroc to join with me In
examining the arattment which had become
There was only ono window , which haJ no
glass In It , and was ao narrow that ono could
not so much as get one's head through. It
was high up , and Duroc had to stand upon
a barrel In order to see from It.
"Flrwoods and an avenue of snow between
them , " said he. "Ah ! " he gave a cry of
I sprang upon the barrel besldo him. There
was. as ho said , a long , clear strip 'of snow
In front. A man was riding down It , flog
ging his horse and galloping like a madman.
As wewatched he grew smaller and , smaller
until ho was swallowed up by the black
shadows of the forest.
"What does that mean ? " asked Duroc.
"No gooi for us , " said I. "Ho may have
gene for" some brigand , ? to cut our throats.
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Let us see If wo cannot find a way out ot
this mousetrap before the cat can arrive.
The one plcco of good fortune In our favor
was that beautiful lamp. It was nearly full
of oil and \vould last us until morning. In
tlio dark our situation would have been
much moro difficult. By Its light wo pro
ceeded to examine the Vackagos and cases
which lined the walls. In some places there
was only a single line of them , while In
ono corner they were piled nearly to the
celling. It seemed that we were In the
storehouse of the castle , for thcro was a
great number of cheeses , vegetables of vari
ous kinds , bins full of dried fmlts and a
line of wine barrels. Ono of these had a
spigot In It , and as I had eaten llttlo during
the day I was glad of a cup of claret and
some food. As to Duroc , ho would take
nothing , but passed up and down the room
In a fever of anger nnd Impatience. ' I H
have him yet , " he cried , ivcry now and
then. "Tho rascal shall not escape mo.
This was all very well , but It seemed to me
as I sat on a great round cheese eating my
supper that this youngster was thinking
rather too much of his family affairs and
too llttlo of the fine affair Into which he
had got mo. After all , his father had been
dead fourteen years , and nothing could set
that right , but there was Etlenno Gerard ,
the most dashing lieutenant In the whole
grand army. In Imminent danger of being
cut off at the very outset of his brilliant
career. Who was over to know the heights
to which I might have risen If I were
knocked In the head In this hole and corner
business , which had nothing whatever to
do with Franco or the emperor ? I could
not help thinking what a fool I had been
when I had a flno war before mo and every
thing which a man could deslro , to go off on
a hare-brained expedition of this sort , as If
It were not enough to have a quarter ot n
million Russians to fight against without
plunging Into all sorts of private quarrels
"That is all very well , " I said at last , as I
heard Duroo muttering his threats. "You
may do what you like to htm when you get
the upper hand. At present the question
rather Is what is he going to do with us ? "
"bet him do his worst ! " cried the boy.
"I owe n duty to my fa'ther. "
"That is mere foolishness , " said I. If
you owe a duty to your father I owe ono to
my mother , which Is to get out of this bus-
Ineas safe and sound. "
My remarks brought him to his senses.
"I have thought too much of myself ! ' ho
cried. "Forgive me. Monsieur Gerard. Give
me your advice as to what I should do.
"Well , " said I , "It Is not for our health
that they have shut us up here among the
cheeses. They mean to make an end of us If
they can. That Is certain. They hope that
no one knows that wo have come here , and
that none \vlll trace us If wo remain. Do
your hussars know where you have gone to ?
"I said nothing. "
"Hum ! It Is clear that wo cannot be
starved hero. They must como to us If they
are to kill us. Behind a barricade of barrels
wo could hold our own against the five rascals
whom wo have seen. That Is probably why
they have sent that messenger for assist
r\Vo must get out before tie returns.
"Precisely , If wo are to get out at all.
"Could we not burn down this door1 he
"Nothing i could be easier , " said I. "Thero
are several casks of oil in the corner. My
only objection Is that wo should ourselves be
nicely toasted , like two llttlo oyster patties. "
"Can you not suggest something ? " ho
cried In despair.
"Ah , what Is that ? "
There had been a low sound at our llttlo
window , and a shadow came between the
stars and ourselves. A small white hand
was stretched Into the the
thing glittered between the lingers.
"Quick ! quick ! " cried a woman's voice.
" " cried woman's voice.
"Quick ! quick ! a .
Wo were on the barrel In an Instant.
"They have sent for the CossackJ. Youi
lives are at stake. Oh , I am lost ! I an
lost ! "
There was a sound of rushing steps , i
hoarse oath , a blow and the stars were onci
more twinkling through the window , W <
stood helpless upon our barrel with our bloo (
cold with horror. Half a minute afterwarc
we heard a smothered scream ending In i
choke. A great door slammed somewhere li
the silent night.
( Continued Thursday. )
The only complexion powder In the worlt
that Is without vulgarity , without Injury ti
the user , and without doubt a purifier , 1
I'nlr , Preceded by hhovror * In the Kurl ;
WASHINGTON , July 9. The forecast fo
Wednesday Is :
For Nebraska Fair , preceded by shower
In the curly morning ; warmer In the west
crn portions ; variable winds , bccomlni
For lovvu nnd Mlstourl Fair ; varlabl
For Kansa Showers ; variable winds.
For * Tkota Fair ; warmer ; south
Loral tlrcoril ,
OFFICE OF THI3 WRATHKR HUIIRAU
OMAHA , July 9. Omaha record of tern
peraturo anil rainfall , compared with til
corresponding day of the past four years :
189 j. 1831.1803. 189 :
Maximum temperature . . . 72 87 81 7
Minimum temperature . . . . DO ( ft (9 (
Average temperature Cl 76 71 ;
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 . (
Condition of temperature and preclpltatlo
at Omaha for the day and since March :
Normal temperature '
Dollclency for the day ]
Normal precipitation 19 Inc
Dellclency for the day 19 Inc
Total precipitation elncc March 1 10.57 Incho
Deficiency ulnce March 1. . . ' . . . . . C.19 Inclic
lUiporls from Other St\tloill : at H P. M.
T" Indicate * traca or prtclpJuilon.
L. A. WEI.HII. Observer ,
CITY BUSINESS HAD TO WAIT.
action Which Vflnnpeur Pursued In the
Sixteenth Street Viaduct lair.
Chairman Munro ot tlio Hoard ot Public
Vorks wired Contractor Campbell on Monday
o Induce him to reconsider his decision and
ccept the contract for the reconstruction of
10 Sixteenth street viaduct. He received a
cply yesterday , stating that Mr. Camp-
jell would be In the city today. No
urtlier steps \\lll bo taken In the matter
ntll something further Is heard from the
In connection with the viaduct tangle
'ouncltmau John IxMiily declares that the
vliolo trouble was occasioned by the. dilatory
ictlcs of ex-Chairman Wlnspear. He says
iat on Juno 6 the council passed the resolu-
on which directed Mr. Wlnspear to Im
mediately notify the railroads of the action
' the council. For soiho reason
ilr. Wlnspcar failed to send this notice until
une 22. The time given the railroads to
eply was July 1 , and on that day Mr. Lcmly
nd Mr. Campbell called at the ofllco ot the
oanl of Public Works. Wlnspcar was
loscted with Dr. Savlllc and ono or two
ther leaders ot council No. 125 , and told
Campbell to come again that afternoon , as
o did not have tlmo to attend
o city business then. In the aftcr-
eon they called , only to bo put off
ntll the next day. The next day they
ailed and were put oft until the following
"rlday. Hy that time Campbell was de-
Mcdly disgusted. He said that ho had
ome to Omaha to do business and had
rought n certified check for $3,000. nnd he
vns getting tired of the numerous delays ,
jcmly states that Wlnspcar refused to pay
ny attention to Campbell and was plainly
rylng to delay the contract for political
At a special meeting ot tlio Board of Pub
ic Works held this afternoon , the secretary
vns Instructed to ro-ndvcrtlse tor bids for
epalrlng and reconstructing the viaduct.
VIII Soon Return Homo nnd Resume Ills
SAN FRANCISCO , July 9. General An-
onlo Bzeta , fugitive president ot Salvador ,
vho has been In this city for some tlmo , Is
making arrangements with his friends to
eturn to Salvador and again assume the
lutlcs ot chief executive. Ilia action ,
auctioned by his friends here. Is at the
arncst solicitation ot all classes of cltl-
ens of Salvador , It Is understood. In an
ntcrvlow last night General Ezeta said :
"Just as soon ns our vessel Is fitted out
wo Intend to return to Salvador. People of
11 walks are thoroughly tired and disgusted
with mtsrulo and I have received hundreds
t urgent communications calling upon mo
o return and again take the reins of gov
ernment. There letters came from the
loorest. as well as tha wealthiest , and from
very class. .
"Things have not Improved since my do-
iarturo and the people have now como to
heir calmer senses and reallzo It. I shall
eturn Immediately our expedition Is pro-
According to the plans of Kzcta's friends
ho Idea Is for the president to descend
n the coast of Salvador v1th his vessel and
rms , rallying his friends , supply them with
arms and then advance upon the force of
iiilterrez , receiving crowds ot deserters from
he army ot the republic as ho advancen.
: ? .ota Is in constant communication with
ils supporters In Salvador ,
Rzeta has lived like a prince slnco ho
came to San Fraucltico. He lias enjoyed all
ho luxuries that the city affords. Ho lias
> ought them as though his purse has had
10 bottom. Indeed , ho has been lavish
vlth his money almost to the point of reck-
essncss. The hotel bill for a part ot his
stay was $12,000 , and another ono that
reaches the thousands has been pro ° entcd.
But this Is only a trifle compared with
what he has spent In having a good tlmo.
It Is supposed that Eeta Is being supplied
with money by his brother , Carlos , who lied
: o Paris with $7,000,000 at the outbreak of
the revolution In Salvador.
AOA.K iivi VtiiinoTn os
National Ganril Company Duhnmlnil for lu-
iihorclmntloii nn tti Fourth.
PHOENIX , Ariz. , July 9. Adjutant Gen
eral Swartz ot the National guard of Arizona
will today issue an order disbanding the
company of the First Infantry stationed at
Tucson. A general court martial has been
ordered upon the officers , and the noncom
missioned officers , prior to dishonorable dis
charge , will be rpduced to the ranks. The
company has been known as the Mexican
company ot the regiment , being mainly com
posed of Spanish speaking citizens. Its
jffenso consisted In leaving the parade on
.ho Fourth of July , preferring to appear In
the line ot march of a bicycle club. An
order will at once be Issued at headquarters
'orblddlng the enlistment of any person who
: annot speak , read and write the English
. Met nnil AdJouriKid to Aleot
The Illinois club which Is In process of or
ganization by former citizens of that state ,
: iow residing In Omaha , met and adjourned
last evening to hold a further session for
organization on Thursday evening of this
week at 8 o'clock. The prospects for the club
are excellent. Above 700 residents of Omaha
have signified their wish to be numbered
among the charter members of tlio club.
A. large attendance Is expected at the next
evening meeting at the office of H. E. Cole ,
109 North Fifteenth street , when the or
ganization will bo completed.
UiiTeiletl a tonrmlerato Monument.
LEXINGTON. July 0. A monument to
eneral Roger Hanson and wife , erected
in Lexington cemetery by surviving cx-con-
teclerates ot his command , known as the
Orphan brigade , was unveiled this afternoon
with appropriate ceremonies. Including deco
ration of graves of confederate dead. Mrs.
Hatuon accompanied her husband lit hla cam
paign and was known as the mother of the
brigade. The principal address was de
livered by Captain Ed Porter Thompson , his
torian of the Orphan brigade.
Will lie llnncrd for a Cruel Murder.
COLORADO SPRINGS , Colo. , July 9.
Aaron W. Van Houten , recently convicted o ]
< ho murder of Richard Newell , Jr. , has been
sentenced to hang during the week com
mencing July 28. Newell was superintend
ent of the Midland Terminal railway
which crosses the claim occupied by Var
Houten. The latter obstructed the line , and
when Newell visited the scene shot him In
the back utter the exchange ot a few words
Died Rather Ilinn sianil 1 rial.
NEW YORK , July 9. James McAvoy ol
349 East Eighth street , who shot his wife
at their home on Saturday night , Inflicting
a "wound from the effects of which * slu
died last night , committed suicide by jumpIng -
Ing In front ot a Third avenue elevated
train ns he was being taken to the coronor't
ofllco from the police court , whore ho hafl
Surveyors nn Top of I'lkn's Peak.
COLORADO SPRINGS , Colo. . July 9.-
Wllllam Elmbeck and Walter II. Clay , gov
eminent officials , are now on Pike's peal
and will remain for three weeks to complex
the work of the geological survey across th (
continent. This work was begun seventoer
years ago and wl ! ! be ot much value.
Senator Taller Aiuerts Himself Agnln.
DENVER , July 9. Senator Teller has gou
on a visit to the Ute reservation. In at
Impromptu speech In response to n reeep
tlon at Cortex , Colo. , he declared he wouli
never "follow the republican party Into th
gold bug camp. "
Put ou the llnnpllHl Mi-illrul Staff.
Trustees of the Presbyterian hospital me
last night and elected Dru. W. O. Henr ;
and C. C. Allen us members of tlio husplta
medical staff for the ensuing year. Th
election of other members was deferred un
til to mo future meeting.
One of the creditors ot the late John Scl
Jan has petitioned Judge JJaxter to appoln
an administrator to take care of the estat
the dead man fa supposed to have left , th
amount at which estate Is unknown. 0. a
Pope Is proposed for administrator.
Peter O'Rourko liaj filed a petition aik
lag the dlitrlct conrt to compel thtt Mlssout
Pacific Railroad company to pay him $5,00
on account of an accident -which occurrc
December 18. 18M , while O'Rourke wag trav
ellng In a lumber wagon across the track
nt Thirtieth itreet-
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
ffidal Bond of City Treasurer Dtunoat
Presented and Approved.
UARGES AGAINST CITY PROSECUTOR
Inferred to the Committee nit Pollco fur
Investigation Hccmutriiotlon ot MX-
tccnth Street Vlinluct lloferrcil to
Hoard at I'ttblto Work * .
The official boml of J. II. Uiimout , city
rcasurcrvns submitted to the city council
t the regular meeting last night. It was
tferreJ lo tlio finance committee , which
nter In the evening reported In favor of Its
The bom ! was then approved with the
ollowlng sureties :
ioorso K. Darker , StOOCXXl
Icorse Sumlorliuut 20000
, A < Ful'Sr ' . lO.OM
V. K. Clarke Gouoo
leorKB C. Tovvle K 000
. N. Cornish r > 0.000
otcph llarkur , 100.000
. 11. Kvans 45,010
la this connection a resolution was adopted ,
[ reeling the llnance committee to ascertain
ho expense of bonds of 125,000 and upward
n a first-class guarantee company and to
cport whether or not It would be advisable
o hereafter secure such a bond from the city
reasurer at the expense of the city.
The finance committee and the city
omptrollcr were directed to sco that the
roasurcr's office was properly transferred to
he new treasurer.
STOQD UY Tlin MAYOU.
The mayor vetoed the Item In the appro
bation ordinance by which Frank J. Ro
nadko was awarded $250 as damages for per-
on.il Injuries. This was n claim that had
> eeiv bcforo the council several times. On
March 5 the council sustained n veto of a
esolutlon by which Uomadko was awarded
200 In full settlement. A similar veto was
ustalned two weeks later. In his vrto the
mayor commented rather sarcastically upon
ho fact that the council had twice sustained
ils veto of a $200 resolution and then placed
an Item for a greater amount , In the ordi
nance. Holmes explained that at the tlms
of the previous resolution It was uncertain
vhethcr Romadke's Injuries would prove per-
nanent or not. This question had since been
decided In the anirmatlvo and the amount had
> pen Increased on that account. Lcnily do-
lared that the claimant could never have
been Injured as he had stated. The veto was
The Board of Public Works communicated
he fact that C. 13. H. Campbell had refused
o accept the contract for rep.ilrlng the Slx-
eenth street viaduct and that It had passed
n resolution to advertise for bids. Saundera
tatcd that A. Raymond of this city wan
vIllInR to take the contract on the basis ot
Mr. Campbell's bid and the matter was re-
erred to the Hoard of 1'ubllo Works and the
The contracts for the construction of the
Qraco and Chicago street sewers were sub
mitted by the Uoard of Public Works and
vero referred to the committee on sewerage.
This action was taken because the board had
awarded the contracts to the lowest bidders
an Portland cement. City Engineer Hose-
vater stated that American cement had been
ised with success on several large sewers
during the past two years. Sc\eral of the
members thought that elnco the bids on
American cement were materially lower that
hat material should be used.
The appointment of Fred Sullivan as ola-
vator man In the city halt was confirmed.
CHARGES AGAINST CITY PROSECUTOR.
Charges preferred by H. W. Richardson
against City Prosecutor Shoemaker wore re-
'erred to the committee on pollco. The peti
tioner stated that Chris Rosseu , who runs a
saloon at Seventeenth street and St. Mary's
avenue , had been complained against for sell-
ng on Sunday , June 1C. HQ charged that
Shoemaker had filed the complaint under pro
test , showed no disposition to prosecute the
case , took no Interest In having witnesses
> rescnt. had the case continued several times
at his own Instance and finally deliberately
dismissed the case against the protest of the
A petition from the managers of the state
'air festlvlt'es requested the council to pay
'or lighting the streets during fair week
under the proposition of the Thomson-HoiiR-
on company , which contemplated an expendi
ture of $2,150. Pr'nce offered a resolution
that the petition bo granted and that the
money be taken out of the general fund. It
as referred to the finance committee , with
nstnictlons to report In ono week.
The bond of Clement Chase as a member of
the Public Library board was approved.
Comptroller Olsen was granted a leave ot
absence for an Indefinite period.
John Fleming offered to settle o ( $1,000
judgment which ho had obtained against the
city for $500. On recommendation of the
city attorney the proposition was accepted.
Councilman Mercer was granted a two
weeks' leave of absence on account of Illness.
. The comptroller was Instructed to advertise
for bids for furnishing meals for city pris
Prince Introduced an ordinance by which
the Omaha Street Railway company was
granted permission to construct tracks to the
state fair grounds , with the understanding
that the company should not be compelled to
operate the Hue except during the fair and at
such times as the managers should feel Jus
tified In so doing. The ordinance allows the
company to select either the Center or Leav-
enworth street route. It was referred for In
An ordinance was passed changing the
grade of Leavenworth street from Forty-
eighth to-Flfty-fourth streets.
STOLEN PROPERTY RECOVERED
Mlvrrwnro Taken from the Morton IloiU
tinned Unp Up anil the Tlilovri Arrested.
Yesterday afternoon Detective Savage uc-
cceded In locating the property which was
stolen from James Morton's residence Monday
A man who was Intending to go out and ,
capture a nice string of bass was digging at
the corner of Twenty-first and Webster
.streets for worms. He chose a rpot where
the earth appeared to bo soft , and after ho
had gone down a short distance his shovel
struck something which ho discovered was
a bundle. This bundle consisted of a piece of
black cloth which had evidently been use !
03 a mask , and wrapped In It was all the ll-
vcrwaro that was stolen from the Morton
residence. The digger thought that ho had
discovered u sjlver mine , but as ho failed to
find anything else ho reported the matter to
Detective Savage ,
Officer Tyrell was detailed to watch about
the place. Shortly after G o'clock three men
arrived on the scene and stopped at the place
where the silverware had been found. Tbu
hole from which It liad been taken had been
rttllleJ. While the men were standing about
tba officer pounced upon them and captured
two , the other running away. The prlsoncru
are Low Casslday and William Nixon. When
they had been sent to the pollco station thn
officer returned to the neighborhood , and
after making a search pulled the third man
out of a barn. His name Is Hilly O'llrlen.
Casslday Is a well known potty thief. Nixon
has the honor of being an ex-convict. Two
years ngo this month ho was In the party
which burglarized Larftou's tailor shop on
North Sixteenth street. The stolen property
was concealed In a house at Forty-fo'irth nnJ
Krsltlne streets , but was recovered. For this
crlmo Xtxou served one year In the peulten-
Ilitycntt OR Ono llrnnil of lle r.
Members of the Omaha Hrcwery Workers
union held nn executive nessloii last nlulit.
at u lilch they ralcod the boycott from Uia
product of the BclilIU IlrewhiR company.
The other breweries will be the HuWcct for
consideration uta meetlinr to bo hold today.
When lUby WM tk-k , we EBJYO lr Castor ! * ,
When the wan a Child , alia cried fur Castor ! *
When the became 311m , < bo clung to CaitorU.
Wfc ba bail Children , bo gava them Oatorht.
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