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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1895)
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE SATURDAY , JULY 13 , 1895.
AiltrrtlM-iiiriitH for throe rnlninn * will ba
Uhrti tntll 18131 | % m for Ilin p enlnc nil
until H | i. m > for llm iiinrii UK R'II > Bumlaj
AUvtrllM r * . by rcntrnUni ; n nnmbrrcil
< BII linvo miMtrrn niltlrrn/ieil / In n
numbered letter In rnra nf 'lli lire. An *
merit o ndilrcmeil will l > n ilrllverml UHIII
1 Ittentntlon of the rhrrk only * Jlulen ,
1 l-2c a tteirtl , llrst Ininttlnn , lo it word
lurtafler. Nothing taken for ln tlmn SOc
lor lint liifcrllon
'i line uiU < > rtlscnicnts mint inn consecu
WANTED , A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
to n widower or slnKle Kcnllfrnnn , personal In
terview desired ; tefertr.ces A'l lres A. I ) . , ECU
del. . postoltlce , Plattamouth , Neb. .
A Mifij 13 *
WANTED , 1.000 MKN TO WHITE MB TODAY
for the receipt ( absolutely free. In pliln sealed
envelope ) which cuied me of nervous debility ,
exhausted vitality , etc. Address C. J. Walker ,
Box 13(1 ( Kalumazoo. Midi. Il-MWJ
WANTED , MAN ON SALARY TO TAKE Oil-
d rn In city If successful will receive ad
vancement. Apply after 9 a. m 1116 Dim ; .
WANTED , EXPERIENCED DRY GOODS CAL-
ler. nddrcsi KlvInK nee , experience , salary anil
references , "Dry Goods Carrier No. 2 , fit.
seph. Mo" 11 729-16
WANTED , L1VB INTELLIGENT AOKNTS IN
Ormlia to orgililzo clubi of tluee to live
families for our famoui orchard home * land
In central Mississippi The tide of Immigration
In going south where there are no hot vvl/ids no
coM winters , no blizzards , no crop failures
Where two to three crops can lie raised each
> enr. XX'hcre there Is no such thing as ft fall-
urn If n man will work one-half as hard as he
does In this coimtr ) Cool summers mild w-In
tern , nuro paving crop * of fruit nml garden
truck , richest neil on earth , lient railroad
facilities. Gee XX * Ame- , general agent. 1617
Parnam street , Omaha. aim
WANTED-AN ENERGETIC MAN XVITH GOOD
Imslm s nblH'y can make liberal contract and
find permanent city or country portion with an
old 4 itabllshed collecting company , nollcltlng
business on commission that will net | 100 per
month. Ad Ires with stamp and state expert ,
en'-e. Pajcrs S. Companv , La Cltde ItlrtK . bt ,
Ixiulfl , Mo. 11-.C1-15
WANTED HALKHMEN. TRAVELING AND LO
nl , best special or side line , choice of territory
W. Q. Timpleton , Oen I. Agt 1W N I"'ft. '
II tOi 1C
WANTED. PAUTY TO PLACE GOOD GOLD
mining stocUs pro pects nnd nilne't John
" , \ right , iinsldent ( ol nido OeM Mining and
Milling Co , P. O Ilex , IMS , I > eny"l\I(8ln"r. ,
LAUORERM POR II * M RY CO INVXO -
mlng XXork guaranteed Tret transportation
L/J Kramer & O'llenrn , lllli and 1 arnam st
AX'ANTED , SALESMEN TO HANDLE A NEXV
attractive nnd protltahle side line , be Is to the
grocery trade. No expense necessaryto give I
a trill P' > r particulars addriss Keller Manu
facturlng Co. Siuk Centre , _
WANTED MEN XX'HO XX'ILL XVORK POR 73 i >
per month snlao or large commission iwlllni ,
Joods by inple to , lo-iliii Experience unnoc
es nr > XX rlto UH Household Specialty to
(7j ( > , Clnclnnitl O 11 M810
JWW TO JIM 00 SALARY PAID SALLSMI- .
for clunra cxi.erln.co . not n'C'- "
ilucomcntH to customers lllihup , , ,
SALESMEN TO SELL ON COMMISSION TIIT
lnnil emi l Hne of steel pluto nnd httlM '
calendars e\'r pruiluc.il Apply with rifer
encc The Ch-ti H r"lott Co , 010 and 01
tre Plillailel.lil , I Pi II-M803 13
_ _ _
WANTED NEAT APPEARING "VOfNO MAN
to lake oners fo. . Ralston IltiUh Hour.
alary. Apply 416 B 13H' . More 9 a m
nf tcr 6 p m Martllng It M a *
WANTED , OIRL POR HOUSEXXORK. MRS
Wilght , 2011 hevvnrd bt C i6l-12
2 PIHX'ATE PAMILY COOKS AND SEC'OND
clrls. hotel conk for out of town Canadnn of
lice lo : . ! Duiihlna C M793 14 *
WANTED A COMPETENT AND KXPEIll
meed nur = e nt the South Oimh i lioipltnl Ap
iily In person on Mond-iy. Jul > 13. nt 3 p m . n
hospital bulldlns. C-M.PM
WANTED OIRL POIl GENERAL HOUSE
vvoik ; small children In fnmllj i salary. l CO pe
\veel. . Address giving references. A II M r
rtt. ! DbuKlns , C M787 13
GOOD GIRL TOR QENERAI. HOtIHE\\OHK
must be Rood cook nnd nrat , apply ' one *
ft ' ' " ' '
J.-OK WENT HOUSLS.
KOT'SES , T. K. DARLING , I1AR1CER I f
IIOU8E1 IN ALL PARTS OP Tlin CITY. T1IE
O P. Davis Company. 1505 rarnam u < w
HOUSES. DENAWA & CO . VK N.
II. IS. COLE CO . LARGEST LIST IN OMAHA
HENTAL AGENCY. G2 > SO. 16TH ST.
7-ROOM EAST rilONT
6-ROOM TLAT FOR KENT 1919
VOll RENT TWO 6-ROOM COTTAGES. ON
furnished 103 8 30th Modern
, - COTTAGE , 037 N. oTH ENCJUIRI
r V S2S boiith ISth st. U-727 II
FOR RENT. PLATS NEWLY PAPERED AN
cleaned , northeast corner lllh and Ho ar
streets Plfteei dollars a month Inqulro root
311. rirst Niitlonal Hank building P Tll-iS
IX ) R RENTTlME-ROOCOTTAG E-4. tOS-l
North 22d street Eluht dollars per month. In
qulro room 314. First National Hank building
1 OR RENT P1IRNISIIED HOUSE 1120 &OUT ]
32d sln > ot. Inquire SIS I- irk avcnue
JJIOHT-ROOM HOUSES NEAR HIGH SCIIOOI
$15W nnd 125 00 per month Imiulrr ZGIb Cupl
tel ave. _ D 799 18'
10K K1-NT i SOOMS
BURNISHED ROOMS WC WEEK. 710 S. 14TI
r3 " 91V ( JJ 12 *
IIOOM POR TWO PRIVATE PAMILY. MOD
nn. 607 S. 25th Avc. E-M 7 13
rl'RNlSHRI ) PRONT ROOM POR TWO OEN
tl men. All molein. 21M Cars st. E 648 12
NICELY ) OUTHIDK ROOMS. QAS
f steam Urat. 711 S. 10th. third floor rli-M
3 PUIINISHED ROOMS POH LIGHT HOUSE
keeping Iltqtilro MU Dodce E M771
I'OR RP.NT. ELPO XNTLY PURN1SHED
rooms AJdrei t T 6. , lloo 17T7I3 *
bOUTH PRONT ROOM NICELY FURNISHED.
J51G Ho ard K-7M-13 *
VERY PLKASANT NORTH OR SOUTH ROOMfl
nnd board. 2301 Douglas E-77S-17'
WAN7KD. LADY ROOMMATE , HOUSEKEEP.
Intt rooms , ZM6 St , Man'K 615 J > 2b
2 OR 3 ROOMS KUITA11LK"POR LiaHT HOUsH-
kov-ulnir : no chlldun 607 S , J5th avenue
DESlRAULn SUIT1 * OP 11OOMS , ALSO SIN
Bio room , with or without board , reference. 2.'lt
I'nrnnm lr t. U M758 14 *
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS CONVENIENT !
cheap , cool , large latrn. 611 bt. Map' ' :
L MS-tf ! &
IXJRNiaHED _ AND BOaRD
NICELY ri'RNISHED SOUTH ROOM WITH
board for two ; private * family : no other boaid-
01 n. best humc comforts 614 No. llt. bet.
California and Web ter. P 9)1
TO TRADErDRBSS SUIT. CHEST MLAbURU
36 Inchc * . worn tnlca ; cost I7i , for hors' . Kim ,
cr nn > thing H 41 , lleo. K 133
ICK KENT STOKSa
9" roil RENi'un 4-sioiiY BRICK BUILDING
910 Pin rum mic'tt. 'Jhl liulldlnit has a tiro-
proof ceincul bnstment , complete Rtenm heit-
\ ) MH' ilxturc * . uatcr on all tlooni , Rti , etc. Ap
plj at tha rlllco of The lice. _ 1 910
roil RENT , pjrv.sr-cL.xss TIIRKK-STORY
nnd la cmnt , brick ( tore emll line. No. IHX ) 1'nr.
nain street , SullahU for nuy Mint cf business
IFn"nibl ( < > terms Inquire luoi.i m first Ni
llorml Hank bulldlnv. 1-740-r. )
Jtl.N AND XX OMEN , 3 TO 110 A DAY AD
drets the Mimic Heilrr Co. , S3I New York Lift
bide. , Ounli.i. N K J III
VOll IlEN'l. GOOD KTtIRE IIOOM40Xko7 IN
lirlck op * ra hniixe. nt Shelby , In , navr umler
ton > lrucllon unJ rrnJy fur occupancy Srpttni-
lior 1 will rent roxMnibly , whole or In port ,
cxrclknt | i > > * allty Pur fuithcr itirllcular * ad-
dte .t Philip llolilanJor , Shclkx. la.
_ _ _ _ _ _ '
A JET . ACT QUICK HOOK
IKWn Uii.ttot seller IK)5 Svi > d < cents foi
full > U < < iilulnl SIKIUII b > null Porxhre X
Mniln. Clnclninll. O. J-S t *
WANTED .xdl TS. CANX AhSEI M.XLi"iim
( MiiaU ) s iiMhiiM | | nttv In lnll > h < > o ot jrrul
inarlt. Mupa > ami exclilnlv * " | . kilanin-
! * . ! AdJrtk * Mnnufuctuier bli ' c t.3
Union street. L > nn. Mas * . J MSOS ! }
WANTRD. A UNTS CANX "xThf.tlS "JH.XL15 OU
fnnalui somrihlrK new In lidlra' > hn < of iir ut
morlli blit pay end eicluoU * ul * kuuriini tl
AditresJ Munuftcturei tll.uc IV U ) I'M' n
slivol , Ljnn , Mais. J--MWJ 1. *
WANTED TO BENT.
WANTED. TO RENT FURNISHED HOUSE ,
to rooms , fur 9 month" to I ) enr : natlsfartory
references furnished. Address P. O IKIX 218
K M783 14 *
XX'ANTED. PPRNISHED IIOPSK OF 10 OR 15
rooms , located near Riwd tioanllnK Imuw , lie.
tween Davenport nnd St Mnrv * avenue. Ad
dress 1444 South 27th street , Omahn.K
K M5)l 1S
O. Q. WALLACE , RENTALS , 312 BROXVN BLK.
BEST STORAGE BUILDING IN OMAHA It. S
KOV , bonded warehouse ; household ioo'ls ' staled ,
lowest rates , 1013-1015 Leuvenwotth M 476
BTOIIAOD , FRANK
PACIPII * HTORAGE . XV/TlRlToUSK CO . 9)3
110 Jcnca sts. General ktoraea and rorwardlng.
WANTED TO BUY.
XX'ANTED. SECOND-HAND HIC\rLK IN GOOD
condition. Cnll 60J Pierce street N-MT9I lt
It W ) CASH FOR COTTAGE AND'LOT SOUTH
P D XXead , 16lh nnd Douwlas N 02-13 _
WANT "TO "BUY "GOOD PHAETON POR
ra h , glvo location nnd priceAeldrcm T C7 ,
Bee. M21 13 *
FOlt BALE HORSES AND WAGONS
TXXO SEATED CARRIAGES. PHALTONS.
he ivy nurliis waROii and buggies , loo. ! South
ISth St P-774 IS'
HARDXXOOD COMBINATION HOG AND
chicken fence. Chas. It. Lee , Jth and Dougla' .
Tltn STANDARD CATTLE CO . AMES. NEB ,
has 400 tons uood biled hay for sale Q M4SO
OR SALK OLD LUMBKR , CONSISTING OF
scanning 2x1. 2x8. 2x10. 8x3 , shlplnp , sheeting ,
siding , doon . windows , etc , nl the Associated
Charities wood ) ard , 807 Howard st
nCURITIRS TOR SALE
Xe have a number of llrst mortgages In nmounts
o' J300 to J1000 nt 6'4 to 8 per cent for sale
None hut Kilt edged securities handled. Cull
nnd see us
fidelity Trust Company , 1703 rarnam St.
Q 587 31
'OR HALE , GOOD FAMILY MILK COXV D
and Hamilton. .Q-MCM
[ OR SALTl CHEAP , EXTRA GOOD 8IX-
hole steel range 2633 Harney street
Q 682 12 *
OR SALE NEXV TENT. 10X14. A BARGAIN
Call or address 2C23 Hamilton bt. U-772 12 *
A'ANTED HUNTING DOGS TRAINED POR
chickens and quull , satisfaction guaranteed or
nn pav I'or terms address a. S RambauKh ,
Central City , Neb R-MCS3 13'
MRS nil H. WARREN , CLAIRX'OYANT , REliable -
liable business m-Jluni , Mn year at 119 N Hth
iIADAM SMITH 602 S. 13TH 2D FIX3OR , ROOM
3 ; mignetli vapor , alcohol , steam sulnlmrlne
and sen baths T-M63I 13-
1ASSAGE , MADAME BERNARD , 1121 DODGE
MRS DR. LEON , ELEGANT MASSAGE AND
clectrlo bilh Parlors restful mid refreshing
412 North 14th street. T M793 IS *
19 NORTH 13TH bT . ROOM B , I1ATH8 , SE-
Icct massage by an expert Anna , from Chi
cogo. T 720 14'
TURKISH BATHS ; ONLY PLACE IN CITY
exclusively for ladles bulte 109 110 , Dee bldg
LADIES' DATHS. MME. POST , 319H S 15TH.
VIAVI CO. 346 linE DL.DQ : UnAI/TII HOOK
free , home treatment , lady attendint. U483
D HAAS. FLORIST , PI-ANTS. CUT
Hanquet. hall , residence and ftr-ive decorations.
1813 Vlnton street. Telephone i"0 U M4SI
BATHS , MASSAGE. MME. TOST , 319-4 S 15TII. .
A 1'RIVATU PARTY HAS MONEY TO LOAN
on pianos , jewels , blcvclea. etc i business
strictly confidential. Address , I'ostolllce Iox
J25 U M70
RlTVoU SICK ? MEDICINE AND 1RCAT-
mcnt We , at 2054 N ICth st. U 1J3 Jyl7 *
TOR rmn AND BURGLAR PUOOP sAr
vault work , etc , see or oddiess W. O Ternple-
ton , gen'l. OB't. . 405 N Y. Life. U-M637 a
CASH ADVANCED ON PUIILIU CMPLOYIH
salaries Commercial Trust Co . 9 HfellldK.
HIIMMKIl BOARDING AND PICNIC OROUNDS ,
at Hazel Dell nuisery. llrlggs station. f\"D t
15 minutes ride from Webster street depot enC
C bt 1' M AO II R. depot , iiostolllce nnd
church nt grounds Pleasant drlvo or wheel
rides from city Beautiful crave and Rood fprlnij
vvntir Tents for rent Refreshments served on
around' Tor particulars addrcis J W Day ,
Neb U 737-13
Mill JACOI1SON HAH RHMOVKD TROM 181
Nlcholis st. to CIO North Oth st U 73S-li
ARCHIllALT ) JACK IP LIVING fORRDrfPOND
vvlth J II J anus MnnsArld Tloga O > Pa.
Other papers r lease copy. M76C 13 *
MONEY TO LOAN KBAli ESTATE
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO , 318 N Y LIPE
loans nt low latcs for choice security In Ne
braska and Iowa fauns or Omaha city property
MONRY TO LOAN AT LOWEST UA1U3 THE
O P Dav Is Co , 1505 Farnam St. W 4S7
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARK. 515 N. Y LI PC
LIPI5 INSURANCE POMCIPS LOANED ON
or bought. J' . O. Chcsney , Kansas City , Mo
CAPITAL J2 000.000 , SURPLUS. J600.000. U. S.
MortKaee Trust Co . New York ; for 6 per cent
lonn rn ilty property apj.ly to Pusey &
Ihom.s , agents , room 207 , I list Nat. Ilk bide
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Hicnnan , Love & . Co. , Paxton blk.
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL ESTATE
at per cent. W. U. Melkel. 1st Nat Dkbld r
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property. Fidelity Trust Co. 1703 Farnam
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property. W. I'arnam Smith . Co . 152) Knmnin.
INVESTORS DIRECTORY CO , 10 WALL ST
New York offer any part 100,000 eastern In
\cutors * names , who have money to Invest ; Jus
compiled , \\rlto for pirtlculars
MORTGAGE LOANS I.OW RATES
J. D.lltte. . ICth and Douglux , Omaln.M770
MONEY TO 1.0AN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON PURNITURE , PIANOS
horse * , wagon * , etc. , at lonett raits In city
no removal of good-i ; airlctly contldentlil , > oi
can ini ) > ho loan off at any tlmo or In in ;
al"OUntOMAIIA MORTQAOK I.OAN CO ,
30C So. ICIh St .
MONRY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND
pianos. Fred Terry. 49) Ramso Llk. X 197
MODEL LOAN CO. . 40J NEW YORK LIPE
X 1 JylC
mowoo STOCK OP MEUCHANUISU IN BEST
town In eastern Nebraska , for land nnd cas. .
or equivalent. Acldieu S X ) . care Dee.YMDJI
J bOLID INVESTMENTS ; 11U1CIC DL'blNKS
block , water power llourlnc mill , line Ice bust
lieu. II. O. Alcer . Co. , Sheridan , Wyo
KOIl SALE-STOCK OP MILLINERY ; 11EST
location In the city. Good reason ( or nelllng
Address nt oncv. T 1C. Itto. Y I
12700. DRUG hTORU DOING C3OOD Ht'SINEhh
J. J. Olhi-m , iHt National bank. Y-M701 H
SWO. SALOON IN ONE Ol- THE LEAD1N' '
hotels. J. J dll > 3oii , lit Nat BnnK.
Y M 700 11
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN I'.EAL ITSTAT.
ami acntmct l > usinr In central Nebraska fo
sale T 4 . Omohu , JJeo , Y M7J1 A7
I OR SALE. GOOD DRY OOOD BUSINESS
Invoice about 14 OOOJ ; coed location. In count )
tnt In vvrsicm Irma ; good reasons for > lllnx
Aildrma T 51. care l ! e. Y MT67 14
POR B\LR. COMPLE1E PIRST-CLAHS BK
D < * Orlti > ' ( * vMem abstract books Adam * count )
NvU , vvltli W vriiis' cil.ibllihfd Imnlnejui , fu
Information and price civ en , Addrcmt box 78
Hastlnxs , Neb. Y M7 21
ALL OR ANY PART OF THE U\NKRUI
uk nf vvull paper , mouldlne. llxturrs. etc. .
Ilanaon .v Co. (13 N. Uit | Mri-it will be sol
nt private i > al < > In tiut lilftitoii bidder nlxn
limit IU-.I l > v Cotnl. O. II. Walnorth. ns ! > tne. .
419 Pie UMd. Y-.M7SJ 14
Ml XT M'l'MT. noun LOCATION. *
kii fij II " . i ] < Mf < tvHl , , 14.000 , som ? reil ti
iiin inken In | urt p3 > mnt p , 1) . XXiiii
1 h n1 Dousl-u Y S03 I ]
POR SU H. IIPbT U'U'X'njD'MEAT 1IAIIKK
In It K lovtn cf JO-M. ( Tool tnidt nnd 01
IKI i.n t ) t , in K n nti Uood ria .m f.u-
Ml.m ; AlJ" s T CC. u : Uec. Y-M8K IS *
"SHE KHOW5WHAT5 WHAT"
BECAUSE Iti THE BEST. PUREST 5 MOST ECONOMICAL
THEN.KIAIRBMGOHPMci..cAflo. . .
WANTED TO TRADE. NEW STANDARD III.
c > cle for draft horse wclshlnc 1,5JO pounds or
more E J Davis , 1116 Farnam st. Z837
I WANT MERCHANDISE IN EXCHANGE 1XIR
real estate and cash H. A. \ \ uglier. Omaha
I HAVE THREE OR IX > t'R GOOD rARMS I
want to exchange for horses , S J Ib'thucll ,
Omaha. Nch Z M',61 21 *
I HAVE TWO 1IRICIC HOI SES AND LOT ON
33th anil Karnnm street. Omaha , most desirable
residencepropcrt ) In Omiba which I want to
trade for a KOCH ! shoe stock Address F. L ,
2321 Mason street , Omaha M78I H *
HORSE RICYCLE , GOOD IllCVCLE. EX-
clianKi ! for horse and phieton Apply to J
C' Moodle 1023 Pierce at Z-M818 It
HAVE 12-ltORE , 11REKCHLODING SHOTgun -
gun , want to trade for | KI > S' safct ) , must
bo In first-class condition Address T S3 Itee
FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE.
AUS1RACTS , THE 11YRON REED COMPANY ,
FARM LANDS. C F HARRISON. 912 N. Y. Life
I1ARGAINS. HOUSES , LOTS AND TARM ;
Biilo or trade. F. K. IMrllng , Darker blo k.
8 R HOUSE AND FULL LOT TOR J',30 T.
D Wead , ICth and Douglas R E S02 13
G ACRES NEAR SOUTH OMAHA I'OR ! " )
1 tlKhtly aero near Toit Omaha , $ ' 'W I" D.
Wead. llith and Douglas. R E 802 13
C 11 NEAT COTTAGE AND LOT. fcOUTIN
east. J13i ) I' . D Wead , lull nnd DOUR ! is
11 1J-S02 13
DO YOU WANT A IIEAUTIPUL MODERN
cottage home within \\nlklng distance from P
O , Inslda one mile ? We hue two Of them
just completed that arc models , nnd welll
sell them at greatl > reduced prices and take In
a J.WO 00 to SSOO 00 lot as p-irt pa ) ment
These are located on Hurt street , Just ea t of
2Sth street. Will be open bunduy. Call and In-
'pect ' them
Remember we will take your \acant lot as pirl
Why will jou pay rent on n house nnd then
pay taxes onncant property nnen > ou can m.iKo
such a deal as this ?
See these beautiful homes or call nt our ofllce
antle will be most pleased to shou them
I'Melity Trust company , 1702 rarnam street
IMPROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAHA
at prices that will surprise you , If taken within
2 weeks. J. H. Shornood , 423 N. Y. Life.
I1ARGA1NS. SALE OR TRADE IN CITY PROP ,
ertles and farms. John N , Krenzer , opp I * . O
HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. SELL AND
buy lots , acres , farm * . Oarvln Ilros , 210 N. Y. I , ,
AT A I1ARGAIN. CORNER LOT. PAVED
street , 3 cottages. 6 , 7 and 8 rooms each , brick
basement , water and sewer conenctlon. In best
residence portion monthly rental $4 * Apply by
letter to Jean Sclions , 540 Bco building
UK 211 Jy23
PRICE. J2.0 < ICO ACRES OF LAND , UNDER
Irrigating ditch full uater light. partl > Im
proved , near Grand Junction , Cole , In good
fruit countr ) . for sale on long tlmo and e-asy
terms , or will trade for stock of geneial mer-
chindlse delivered at Grand Junction , Cole
Par turtlculirg address C. II , Jewell Prulta ,
Colo. RE-M815 14
FOR SALE , bURl RRAN PROPERTY AT I'ARM
prices , 102 aeres S mlleu nest of Omnha pont-
olllce at J113 00 per acre Tor particular In
quire 708 N. Y. Life Illdg RE M811 19
OMAHA ELECTRO GALVANIC INSTITUTE ,
room 416 N Y Life Illd'g , treatment of all
uterlno troubles , leucorrhoen. painful or sup
pressed menstruation , catarrh and throat trou
bles , It Is now the recognized remedy ,
hemorrolds are cured without knife or pnln ,
lady attendant. . M736 14
LADIESI CHICHEbTER'S ENGLISH PENNYroyal -
royal 1'llla ( diamond brand ) are the best ; safe ,
reliable , take no other ; send 4c , stamps , for
particulars , "Relief for Ladles" In letter by
return mill At druggists Chlcheater Chcm
leal Co , Philadelphia. Pa
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION.
SHARES IN MUTUAL L , & H ASS'N PAY
C , 7 , 8 per cent when 1 , 2 , 3 jcnrs old , always
redeemable. 1701 rarnam it. Nattlngcr , Sec.
HOW TO GET A HOME OR SECURE GOOD
Interest on savings Apply to Omaha L. A n.
Ass'n , 1701 lleo bldg. G. M. Nattlncer. Sec.
II. MAROWITZ LOANS MONEY. 418 N. 16 ST.
M. O. DAXON. 402 N. 16TH. W3
STERLING nUILT LIKE A WATCH. WEST ,
ern Electrical Supply Co , 1515 Honard street.
SEE TUB VISII1LE HALL HE\RINGS ON
Relay Special , \\lll Uarnura Bro. 120 N. IMh
A. L. DEANU & CO . 1116 TARNAM STREET
WESTERN BICYCXE & QUN CO. , 2418 COMING
MANTELS , GBATKS AND TILES.
WOOD MANTELS. GRATES. TILES TOR
fire places vestibules and large floors ; write for
prices Milton Rogers & Sons Omaha. 509
SHORTHAND AND TYPE WHITING
A C. VAN BANT'8 SCHOOL , 511 N , Y. LIFE.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
C. E MORRILL. PAPER HANGING. HOUSE
sign painting , brick work , plastering , off. It. 1 ,
Darker blk. ; tel. 733 ; shop 913 N. 24th st.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMER8
II K. 1IURKET. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
embulmer , 1618 Chicago St. , telephone 90 612
SWANbON & VALIEN , 1701 CUM1M3. TEL 10M
M O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AND E.MIIALM-
er , 1117 Farnam St. . telephone 225. 514
C r W. UAKER , UNDERTAKER , 613 S. 15TH ST.
LOST. SUNDAY EVENING , ON THE DRIVE
from Omaha lo Florence .a lady's shopping
bug , containing purse , pin with pearl setting ,
etc. Leave nllh Mr * W F Ueclitel. 2118 Sow.
ard it. , for reward Lost 7W 12 *
LObT-LADY'S POCKETI1OO1C ON 1'ARNAM
or Park axe. cur line , containing money and
canl. return to cu hlr of 1'aclllc E pvs Co.
for reward Lrs Sl * 2 *
DOG LOST. DROWN IRISH Htm Kit SIX
nuntha old ; name "Jake. " Ilrlmr to Y. M
I * A for reward. Loit ! > ! :
LOST. RETWEEN mil AND DOUGLAS AND
22J and Capitol avenue , lady's chatrlalno bug ,
black silk , with silver mounllnK . e-ontalnlng
handkerchief. Return to 2413 IXiuglas fur re
ward. Lust MSIJ 13 *
IXJST. SMALL SORREL MARK. ON13 WHITE
hind fool , weight ) t ll > * > pound * R .
uurd for return lo 7-aiu llroj. , lw * 3 Pink uve ,
Ix t-MH7 It
A GOOD TIUNO-PLSH IT AI-ONO , MAY RE
the latest slang plirai * . but that's just what
we're dolnc vvlth SHERIDAN COAL. 1.000 lon
old In Omaha lait year. We ( lv you 1000
It > i. et tha twit Wyoming cooking coal for II 50.
Victor White , rogr. , IWj Farnam t. TcU in.
CHAMPION STEAM CARPET AND RPG
Cleaning Works do their work the best anJ
cheapest 718-20 S 14th st Tel C53 U S. O
Kuhn , manager , Patrick Ward foreman
220 Jy 20
GOOD PASTURE FOR HORSES , tl 00 PER
month per head. Charles Guns , St. Paul , Neb
AETNA HOUSE ( EUROPEAN ) . N. W COR
13th and Dodge. Room * by dnr or week. _
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTors -
ors for electric light and motor plants nnd all
kinds of electrical construction Western E'ec.
trlcal Supply Co. 1C15 Howard st. 510
THE INFIRMARY IN CONNECTION WITH
the Dental college nt Twelfth and Pacific streets
Is now open , where those desiring to Invo
teeth extracted can have It done free of chargn
nnd all other vvoik at merely cost of miterlal
DR PAUL , DENTIST , 2020 HURT ST. 623
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
GEORGE V. GELLENHEPK. DANJO AND
guitar teacher. 1IU1 Cess street M 109
DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILVEHED. 719 N 16
_ S Ml
RAILWAY iTIME CARD
Leaves I lil'RLINGTON AiMO RIVER ( Anlvca
Omalu | l nlon Dtpat , l'lli/i ) Mason bts lOmilia
.0 15am Denver .Express . 9 4.Hm
4. J pin Ilk Hills Mont Ai 1 ugot bn 1 Ex 4 uSpm
435pm Denver Kxiinsg 4 Oo ] > ni
" Ojpm Nebraska I/oc7ilVMc | ( > 'Pt bundav ) 7 45pm
8 ISiim Lincoln l-ocq luxeept hundiv ) 11 Mam
i 41pm Tnst Mall Mi.Lincoln ) ddll > _
Leiiv. ICHICAGO , IlUJlUNGTON & Q | Arrlvcs
OiimlialUnlon depot , yjlli in Ma un Sts | Oni ilia
4"pm ChlcaiM n'MtluuIr . . . 9 Mam
'J rOun / . . Clilcnjt ) Express . . . 4.15pm
7 Mpm ChlciK" Ac * H "Louis Express ! > Warn
ll.3i.un . . . . Pacllla Junctlim Loeil . . 6 30pm
Fast Mall _ _ .
Le-vves ICHlCAGoTTinrT . ' 'ST P.CL'L ArflvpV
Omaha I Union Depot , jjfhjljMusjn _ bts _ | Omaha
C 00pm . . .ChlcngoiJ. United . .TT TT79 J'am
11 30am Chicago Lxiiresi ( ebun ) 6 83pm
Leaves ICHICAGO & NUKTHWEs > T'N.Arrlves |
pmahiltnlon JJupot , IQthrAt Mii oa Stii.f Oinalui
) I In in . ' * . . .nastfrrt ExprcaTi. . . . 531pm
4 Jlpni . . . ) Vesllbuluct limited 3 9 Jhim
G53im .i > . .Mo Valley Local 10 3. pm
G 4ipin . Omaha Chicago bpeelal . . 1 15pm
> aves | CHICAGO , R I. & . PACIP1C | Anlves
OinilmlUnluii Depot , 10th iV Mason bin I Onmlia
11 20-im . Atlinta Express ( ex Sundav ) . . 5 33pm
G'23pm . . . NlKht Express . . . . 9 2 im
4 40pin . Chicago Vesllliulcct Limited . " , _ 1 Jjpm
_ _ WEST
C.45pm Oklnhnmi & Texas Ex ( ex Sun ) 1) 33am
l 4pm Colorado L'inUed 4 OOpin
Leivesl C7 8T. P. , M & O | Arrlves
Omiluil Depot , 13th undXVcbster _ sts | _ Omaha
9 2"am Nebraska Passenger ( dall > ) . 8 15pm
4.30pm , Sioux Clt ) Express ( ex Sun ) , 11 53am
O.IOpm St.PaUl _ Llmlted . . 10 35im
LeaTe * I r Er 7MOr"VALLEY fArrlvei
Omahal Depot. 13lh ami ebsler bts | Omaha
2.10pm .Past Mall and Express 4 oopm
J 10pm ( ex Sat ) XV'jo , Ux ( ex Man ) 4 'i5pm
! > Ouam Norfolk repress ( rx Sunday ) 10 3)im )
6 10pm . St Paul Express . 10 33am
Leaves ! K C , ST J & C It | Arrives
Omaha'Unlon ' Depot , lOlh In. Mason Sts I Omaha
950am. Knnsis City Day Express 6 3)pm )
4.pm K C' Night Ex vli I' P Trnn 6 QOim
Leaves I MISSOURI PACIFIC | Airlves
OmamlDepot ! _ , 15th and Webster Sts | Omaha
10.4i > am fat Louis Express "G 00am
9.30pm St Louis Express . G OSpin
3 30pm .Nebraska Local ( ex Sun ) 9 OOum
L aves I SIOUX C1T\ & PACIFIC ( Arrives
OmihaDepoJ. | l th and Webster Bin | Omaha
6.10pm . . _ . .3t , Paul Limited . . . _ . . 10 tiam
Leaves ! SIOUX ClTY & P\CIFIC .Arrived .
* Omaliall'nlon Dci > ot. I0lhjt Muson Sts | Omilia
6:53rtm : Sioux City Pissenfier . . . . 10 ! 3pm
B.35pm . . . SI. Paul Limited . 1J 13pm
Leaves | UNION PACIFIC ( Arrives
Oniuli.ll Union Dtpol , 10th Ac Mason bts I Oimliu
9.45nm . . . Kearney "Express 12 3)pm
2.00pm Overland Fiver . 5 30pm
2 00pm lleat'ce & Stromsb'g Ex ( ex SunU ) 30pm
" .oojim Pacific Express 10 ii im
C 43pm . . . Fast Mall . -4 10pm
Leives f WAIlAbll RAILWAY ( Arrives
OmihalUnlon Depot. 10th .St Mason Sts | Om-ilift
4.00pm . . . .St. Louis Cannon Hall 12 35pm
am : REALTY .u uiii.hr.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record July 12 ,
Tlmmis Truelsen nnd wife to H P nn 1 W F
Hunmnn lots 1 to 4 , block 4 Isaacs Ac
S s add . \ . . JIO.OO )
C 13 Hates and wife to M E Mnfford , lot 7 ,
block U Popplettm pink
William Jonuschelt to Mlka Murphy , lot 3
block 1 Unas' subdlV . " ,
K L Htnck to Mtry Cunningham , lot 7 ,
block 11 , Hedford Place ' . . 10
W W Phelps and wife to Chicago. Mil
waukee Ai bt Paul Itallway company ,
undlv H lot G , block 225 , Oimha , 4,000
L G Hastings to sahieundlv V4 lot 12.
block 7. Kountie & RTs add , and 9-foot
strip adjoining i. . . . . . . . j . . . . . 4 02j
Same to same , undlv 'i lots 13 and 19 , block
1C , same . . . . , , , . . . . . . . . .
W E Clark and wife to ime , undlv 'i lots
13 and 17 , and B < S Ifct lot 14 , block 16 ,
Kountze \ It's add .tj . , - 4.000
Alfred Mlllurd and vvlmJi i > sime. undlv 11
of lots 1 , 2 and 3. la&tlf 15 , same lylnK
n of Union Pacific raiuvyiv right of way . . B,87i
Dnild Hill ItulIdlngV/ivMielatlon to T It
Rlns-walt , lot 19 WocKJU , Druid Hill 1,7)0
Ilenils Park company , ( tiidgir ) : ! Xabrlskle ,
lot 4 , block 4 , lleml.s
Special master to 0 Whites , lot 7 , block
19 , Poppleton nark .T . . 3,102
Sheriff to I P iluxter Niftee lot 1 , block
S5 , Omaha . . , } /.r. . . 10 OO1)
Total amount of trappier * JtO.Ilt
VICTIM OP THE TOY CANNON
George Watts Dies frtnf Injurlei Received
George Watts , leg as shattered
by the explosion of a > UW cannon on June 20 ,
died jestcrtlay at 'f > V ( ) Joseph's hospital
Watt and E. M. JTtdHck were testlpg a
cannon which they icul made Dedrtck
made three attempts ttf-uxploUu the cannon
but ( ailed and Watts itarted to lire It off
As ho was approachlnc the gun It exploded ,
killing Decl rick Instantly A portion of the
( lying Iron passed through Watts' leg , just
above tha knee , breaking both bones. He
was removed to St. Joseph' * : hospital , where
lila leg was amputated.
Watts leaves a wife and three children ,
who reside at 2911 1'lnckney street. The
funeral will be held tomorrow from the resi
dence at 2 o'clock , Interment being In For
est Lawn cemetery. The funeral will be
In charge of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen , Watts having been a
member of Union Pacific lodge No. 17 of
TOR A DRAIN sriMULVNT
Use Hnrsforil' * \ lil Phosphate.
Dr.V. . P Toombj , Morrlllton , Ark , zsys-
"It It certainly the lip st bra n
have found. " '
IIP ] Mj pJfiiyipipi
THE PROFESSOR'S DAUGHTER ,
1JY II. lA'NDK.
( CVpiUht. 1 > 3. by Irving llicheller )
To HIlRrcd. staring out In the lighted space ,
the whole thing seems unreal , and of the na
ture of a play , lluoycd up by strong cxclts-
incnt , ho Is r < Mdy for an > thing , jet knowing
not what is to come. Kaslly he ccmjecturw
up fantastic forms hovering over the pros
trate bodies , anil fancies he heirs them moan
One two minutes IMUS In painful gti pensc ,
then an unusual nol.se cotucs from the plat
form outside , with a bing. A lica\y step Is
heard close by the partition , an 1 a new actor
appeared on the scene In the shape of a tall ,
powerfully built man lie stopped right In
front of Illlgrcd , nnJ looked sharply around
His glances swept the floor , then rested on
the open afo With a few swift strides he
was before It. He was hcaxlly bearded and
around his waist hung a leather belt supportIng -
Ing holsters , from the tops of which loomed
up threateningly the handles of a pair of
deadly Colte. Ills motions were cat-like ,
swift and graceful With deft lingers ho
transferred the money packages from the safe
to a huge pocket In the side of his coat.
Again the nauseous odor came to llllgerd
as a largo panel slid down In the south side
of the partition. Ilesldc Hllgerd Wharton
crouched like a panther ready to spring
The robber had emptied the safe and wiu
casting a last furtive , triumphant glance
around Quickly he stepped toward them
Now ho was almost within reach , and another
step brought him opposite the open panel
Tor one fleeting Instant Hllgenl saw him
turn as In surprise Swiftly as the light
ning's stroke Wharton's arm shot out. The
robber's head crashed against the opposite
side of the car and down lie dropped , a help
less mass of quivering flesh. The door was
thrown optm and the guard rushed out. llll
gerd started to follow , but was motioned
"Not yet. Paul , " said What ton. The man
was quickly handcuffed , then half carried ,
half dragged Into the already close air of the
closet. "Is ho done for , Thll ? " asked Wade
"No , but It would bo simple Justlve If he
was , " answered Wharton , rcmo\lng the In
sensible captive's coat and hat. These he
Ilia glance rested on ln - open safe.
donned and stepped around to the back door
of the car. Hllgerd heard a peculiar whistle ,
and the panel and door were again closed.
Wharton stepped and took a kneeling posi
tion In front of the Bate. Bang ! went the
door again vvlth a suddenness that was start
ing Wharton motioned with his arm , keep-
.ng his face to the front. A shadow passed
the curtain and Hllgerd scanned the new
comer closely. Ho was not so tall as his
companion and moved vvlth a gliding , shuf
fling step. His shoulders were slightly bent ,
but their breadth Indicated enormous
strength. As he stepped Into the full glare
of the lamps something glistened In his
right hand , and Hllgerd could scarcely re
press a cry of warning. Wharton worked
Industriously at something In the safe. The
man took another step or two then , as If
satisfied there was no occasion for Its Im
mediate use , transferred the weapon
pen to the other hand. As If by
magic the scene changed , and they saw
Wharton gaIng Into the eyes of the other
as ho lay helpless on his back. It was n
terrific spring , and the robber was down and
his revolver wrenched from his grasp before
he could utter a word or make a move. The
second lay In sullen silence , the light of hat
red In his deep-set , beady-looking oyes.
Wade slipped back Into the smoker and re
turned with three determined looking men.
"Thero they arc , Saunders , " ho said
briefly , "two of the worst desperadoes In this
part of the country. You have Mr. Wharton
hero to thank for the Job , which. I must
confess , was a neat one "
The sheriff gave some directions to his
deputies , occasionally gazing with admiration
at Wharton. The latter was packing his own
co-it nnd vest Into his satchel , still wearing
the coat and hat of the robber.
"We will take Mr. Sanders with us , Jim , "
ho said , shortly. "I hope to be able to
finish the work by morning Good night"
He picked up a lantern , and Hllgerd fol
lowed him out onto the platform.
"We will now change cars , Phil , " said
Wharton. "I know It IB not customary to
perform this feat while flying through space ,
yet the sensation must be novel " They were
whirling along at a clipping pace , the svvlng-
Ing motion ot the car making It difficult to
stand erect. The rails ot the other track
slipped past like silver threads. A board
led out from the lower stup , and down this
Wharton crawled fearle ly. Ho stopped ,
turned , and his lantern reealed the outlines
of an ordinary looking handcar , moving
along with the train.
"I forgot my satchel. Please get It , " ho
shouted. Hllgerd went back Into the car ,
picked It up and threw the strap over his
shoulder. U seemed to him like courting
death to step from the train onto that flimsy-
looking bridge , but he ihut his Jaws firmly ,
dropped on all fours and moved slowly out.
The slight wooden connection rattled and
swung viciously He could not see , and
nothing could ho hear above the clanging
roar of the noisy cars The wind cut past
him wildly ; smoke rushed Into his nose ,
and a burning spark stung him sharply on
the cheeU Inch by Inch h3 made his way ,
then a strong arm swung him safely over
He looked up and saw the sheriff's burly
form pawing along so like a great bear that.
In spite of the strangeness of It all , he could
not repress a emlle. Wharton swung the
bridge back Into Its place , and quickly they
dropped behind. The express car shot away ,
then th" lights from the coaches danced
by the sleepy occupants all unconscious of
the unseen drama of the night. With a
final roar the heavy sleepers whizzed out of
sight , and the adventurous trio sat speech
less In a silence as deep as the tomb
Hllgerd rubbed his eyes. "Phil , " said he ,
"this tight rope business Is dreadfully tryIng -
Ing to a man out of training. Is there anymore
moro of that ahead of us ? "
"It was difficult , and you behaved nobly ,
Phil , " replied Wharton. laughing , "butvo
have some harder work before us. Lot me
first speak of this cjr , " he contlnuod _ _ "It
U the handiwork of lha gifted professor , and
will easily run forty miles an hour "
"I beg pardon , but who and what U ho
profe'sscr ? " asked Hllgerd
"He's the devil's own , and the accom
plished leader of the worst gang of train
robbers In the cojntry. Ho Is well up In
chemistry and mechanics , and the scheme wo
so successfully foiled tonight Is his latest and
most daring experiment The band has a
rendez\ous back here In the black swamp
'Thess two men walled for the train Just this
side of nenton's , and , running along with It
they made fast to the lower brace Irons Horlng
a hole In the car , they Inserted a tube on
this metal reservoir here , and a deadly gas ,
a secret production of the professor's , Instan
taneously pervaded the car. Then they moved
the bridge back to the step , cimo In , and you
know the rot. They looked through the win
dow to see that their devilish plans worked
successfully , hence the figures It was the
only way to outwit them and to get them
Into the car , and that wai what wo wished
to accomplish. Our potsesulon of this car Is
the key to the situation , and the only thing
thst will enable us to capture the professor
"Why , didn't wo " began Hllgerd.
"No , Indeed ! " exclaimed Wuarton ; "you
don't catch the old gentleman risking hU
precious hide In the execution of hit little
scheme. You ran nager he U safe at home ,
and that Is where we will look for him. "
They rnovpd rapidly for tome time In silence.
The car stopped at the first trestle over the
river , nnd Wharton Jumped out nnd walked
toward the deep shadow * at the cdgo of the
thick timber. In n few minutes they aiw
him coming hick
"I have telegraphed the professor oror his
private line to send all his men to Number
One on Important business , " ho said , "and 1
sincerely hcpc we shall find him atone. "
They moved the car from the track , climbed
Into n boat Whirton hid concealed , nnd were
soon threading the maze-like channels ot tha
great swamp. Saunders rowed while Wharton
"Paul , " ho said , presently , "you Invo never
heard of the professor's daughter ? " Hllgerd
shook his head slowly.
"Of course not , " said the other , thought
fully , "and If jou knew her jou would not
believe that such a chinning , refined person
could possibly be so related. She was edu
cated In a notable convent , and Is extremely
Intelligent. In some diabolic manner he
lured her awny , and now keeps her ttnprls-
onel In the center of this beastly swamp ,
vvlth no companions but these brutal cut
throats. anJ It's a burning shame. H was
hero where Now ell came In discharge ot his
duties , and I am almost convinced that he was
caught attempting to rtvcuc her , and was
either killed outright or s suffering a con
finement vvortM than death I have utterly
failed to discover the slightest trace of either
of them , but I am determined not to give up
until I learn something definite. " They con
versed In low tones until the boat , pasting
through a narrow channel , ciunched upon a
sandy shore They climbed noiselessly out
Some distinct through the thick undergrowth
Hllgerd caught the first glimmer of n light
Toward this Wharton slipped off silently ,
while the others remained , sitting on the
side of the boat. Tlio minutes pissed with
pilnful slowness , and Illlgcrdvaa becoming
restless , when the sharp crack of a breaking
twig caused their blood to surge. Wharton's
\olco , speaking softly through the gloom , re
assured them. His manner Indicated an ex
citement that with him was unusual. He
came cjulto close bcforo speaking
"Boys , the game Is In cur hands. He's In
the cabin and nlono Mnko no no'eo , and keep
close lo mo" In single file they crept
stealthily toward the light , which soon grew
more .distinct , and Hllgerd saw , through a
little opening , the window from which the
rays came They moved forward cautiously
The door was partly open , and through It
could be seen the figure of a man seated at n
table. Ilia head rested upon his hands , and
bcforo him lay an open book.
"Hatching up some now spec'cs of deviltry ,
I suppose. " Hllgerd whispered A dozen
steps nnd the threshold was reached. With
a sweep of his arm Whnrton swung back the
door uml gtoppol Inside The man turned
with a startled face toward them nnd sprung
swiftly to his feet Us hand Instirctlvely soak
ing his side.
"Ho careful , professor. Just raise vour
hands above your head , please " Wharton's
\olco was calm and aoft , but In It was the
menace of the adder. The professor hesl-
tatoJ , glancing from Wharton's steady eye
to the frowning muzzle of the big 4G-Colt ,
then back again. Thero-was no mistaking
the signs , a chance was out of the question ,
and up went his hands
' Thank you , " paid Whnrton , sweetly. "Paul ,
will jou kindly relieve the gentleman of
those ugly looking guns , and Mr Sanders will
attend to the "
ornaments Hllgerd took n
good look at the man as ho sat In a chair
ngalnst the wall. Ho had a smooth face ,
with high forehead and piercing bltio eyes ,
and there was much In his appearance to
suggest the criminal. Ho had not fully re
covered from his surprise nnJ was looking
wondcilngly , though defiantly , at the others
The cabin had a board floor and there was
a cheerful wood fire burning upon the hearth.
A rough table , four chalr , some bunks In a
corner , a looking-glass and come shelves com
pleted the furnishings. Without los'ng any
time Wharton stepped to the back part of
the room , felt carefully over the logs , and
threw back a small panel , disclosing an open
ing from which ho drew forth a rusty tin
"Do you remember the Coopertown bank
robbery" ho asked Hllgerd , who was stand
ing near. Hllgerd nodded. "Well , " con
tinued Wharton , "hero U the result of that
night's work. " The professor moved un
easily In his chair , eyeing them murderously
beneath his drooping lids. Wharton then
cpaned the door "bf a llttlo closet and In It
they sa\v a woman's hat , cloak and some
Presses. Ho glanced significantly at Hll
gerd , and cxamlnedi them closely.
"It U as I feared , " ho said , whispering
"They have not been worn for some time. "
Then he pointed to some dark red stains on
the garment , shaking his head slowly ,
Hllgerd had taken a cigar from his case ,
and was approaching Sanders to borrow a
match when the latter uttered a startled
grunt an ! half roeo to his foot , staring In
dumb surprUo over his shoulder. IHIgerd
turned swlfllv. The door was still standing
open as they had left It , and right In the
center , framed In the deep black of the outer
night , stood the burly form of a man. Over
his shoulder the light fell upon the delicate
face of a woman , whoso largo blue eves
opened wide In astonishment
In the few seconds that passed It was Im
pressed upon Hllgerd that the man was
roughly dressed and that his head was cov
ered vvlth a black felt hat. But It was the
evil face that stamped Its Image most clearly.
The man turned with a startled face ton ard them
Astonishment was depicted in every feature
Beneath unkempt hair glared a pair ot treach
erous eyes For a brief second he stood like
a statue. Then Hllgerd caught the gleam ot
a light on a long , blue barrel as his arm
swung swiftly upwards. There was a deafen
ing crash another and yet another , almost
blending In a continuous roar. The smoke
hung thickly , but through It w saw Whar
ton's lithe shape bounding toward the door
and two moro reports rang out In quick suc
Sanders was standing up uninjured , the
same bewildered look upon his face. Clearly ,
the pace was too swift for his elugglsh
nature. It was all over In a moment and
then Wharton came In , Etlfllnfe an exclama
tion of disgust.
"Keddy Slmms , " ho exclaimed , "a bad
man , but a worse shot. The gang piobably
forgot something and he came back for It ,
hence the llttlo surprise I need not aik If
you were Inirt , for there Is ono bullet In that
log and the oilier , with which I had a passing
acquaintance , you will find about three feet
to the right. Just grazing that nail. "
"Out the other shot , Phil , " Hllgerd cried
"Surely. I heard three. And what Is that
bright red itrcaU doing on your hand7"
"The second was mine , " aiuwerfd Whar-
ton. briefly , "It's a pity It went wild Ho U
badly winged at any rate , for hn dropped liU
gun Just outsldo the door and It bears evi
dence of a disabled owner. I hrard him leap
on his horse , but could fee nothing Was
that your daughter , professor. ' " turning sud
denly upon him
"It was , and she'll fix you for thlc , too , "
came the answer , with n poilllvo nod and a
glance of deep cunnloK Wharton locked at
Hllgenl and they atepped cut of tha door.
"Paul , " ho said , "this Is beyond mo , iml I
cannot understand It. Ho In either lying or
I have been greatly deceived , I am entirely
at sea about Newell , Come , wo mutt secure
the boat , as It Is our only way out of thU rat
hole , and the gang will be hero now In short
As they rushed down to the landliti ; the
sound of splashing oar < struck dlnnay to
their heirtB. Dashing through the thick
brushes they arrived Juit In time to ce tholr
b it moving rapidly away , A woman's term
was swaying with the oars and a vvomin'i
laugh came floating mockingly back acrou the
A flub , a sharp report , end HUgera fslt
the blooil trickling down hit nrm which tha
bullet grated ,
"Wo are In for It now , Paul , " cried Whar
ton. "Thero Is only one way out of this trap
by land , and that Is along the trail thosa
devils took ; comet" He darted swiftly toward
the cabin and Hllgerd followed , stumbling
blindly along the uneven path.
( Continued Monday. )
Tired women need to have their blood purl-
fled nnd enriched by Hood's Sarsaparllh. It
will give ( hem Ftrcngth and health.
PUSHING THE DOLLAR FUND
Prove * Popular vvltli rhotn M 1m Wiint to
Help the Stntit I'nlr.
Some weeks ago the Omaha Speed nnd Pair
association started what was known as tha
"dollar fund , " the Idea being to raise a sum
of money to be expended In defrajlng ex
penses Incidental to making the state- fair a
success Notices were sent to officers and
business houses of the city , nsklng that thosa
to whom the notices were ndvmccd contrlbuto
$1 each The plan was a catchy ono , and on
July 2 this dollar fund had reached $211.00.
Yesterday the employes of the W. H. Bennett
company responded with another $100 , In
creasing the total to $311 50. The people In
the Bennett compiny who contributed nro :
T A Baker , S HojnohN , A. W Amlernou ,
Oscar Peterson , S M. Wlllox. W. L. Kd-
wards , C. S. Cunningham , J C Novvlln , A.
Murtauh. 0. R Harlrs , Max Homey , H. E.
rieming , G II Glvler , G r Damon. S. W.
Wctmore , K W Walton , J II Spooner , O.
Larson , C J Uoberts , W P Kelly. M. D.
Youell. W D Worrell , 13 A Weathers.
Agnes Moran , Mrs Winder , Mary Uockhtid ,
S Reynolds , Maud McVca , Henry Pohtzon ,
Anna Benson , Carrie Vodlcka , Lottie Prazler ,
G. W Colwell , Carrie Coady. J D. Moellcr ,
S. H. Cole. Hmlly Mjlcs , 11 W Moore , Mao
Hamblet , Nels Anderson , K. K Klever , Gus
Schoenek , W H Holmes , W U. Bennett
company , W H Scars , George Hess , I'mma
Hoed , Flora Johnston , Josephine SUellle , Lil
lian Colburn , HclPn LaPorto , Huttto Ogle ,
Miss Sulkregg , Howard lllack , Hose Llnd-
strom , Kannlo Brown , Damon & Scars ,
It has grown up with the country for 40
years Cook's Extra Dry Imperial Chain-
pagno tones It up.
Drlnr In < < iintriiotln < r I nlr Trrmlnnli.
Assistant General Pr eight and Passenger
Agent J. O Phllllppl of tli' Missouri Pacific
said that as yet the light of way through
the Uml , a half acre of ground near the
state fair grounds , had not been gi anted the
railroads , and until the State 1'air associa
tion had completed Its part of the agree
ment , work would not commence on the
railway termlmls He regretted that the
right of way should bo held up , as the tlmo
'or the fair was getting very close , and the
allroads would need nil the time posslhlo
to complete their arrangements to take euro
of the people.
The following mnrrlngo licencesjcro ls >
sued yesterday by the county Judge :
Name nnd nililrcs * Age.
I /nils A Itlezek , Tulltimla . -7
liesslu Ward , Omalm . 21
John Nlckolbon , Omnh i . 34
Christine L irscn , Umuha . 0
J H. Balrd of Chicago Is at the Mur
A D Sears ot Grand Island Is stopping
at the Murray.
P. T Blrchard of Noifolk Is ono of the
C. M Torney of Atkinson Is registered at
H Guy Livingston of Platlsmoulh was nt
tlo Merchants jesterdav.
A Evans , Jr , a capitalist of Ogden , Is
registered at the Paxton .
W. r. Morphy , n cattleman of Superior ,
Is on the Paxton's register.
Charles II. Carr ot Des Molnes Is one
of the gucsjs at the Paxton.
J. II. Henshawe , a government surveyor
of Washington , Is at the Paxton.
A. A. Peterson of West Point was at the
Merchants for a few hours yesterday.
Charles McCtitchen , a Kansas City manu
facturer , Is registered at the Arcade.
K A. Barnes of Grand Island , president
of the State Uoard ot Agriculture , Is at the
II. D. Urown has returned from Hot
Springs , S D , where he his been for the
past two weeks He Is at the Mlllard.
Miss Katherlno Parrotto of Chicago Is the
guest cf her uncle and aunt , Mr. an I Mrs.
James II. Parrotto of 210 South Thirtieth
At the Mercer : Miss Carrie Drown , Blair ,
Neb ; A C. Snlppe. St Louis , Mo ; Ernest
Barrett , Chicago. Mrs E. J. Dar t and
family , Porla ; W. N. England , Lincoln ;
A L. Johnson , Detroit ; Mlsn Robinson , J.
A Donaldson T C Ball. Chicago. Jimea
Falihee , St Paul ; H H Wallace. Herman ,
N'b ; J M. Buck , Holdrege , Neb ; L L.
Spooner , Council Bluffs , J. W. Hewitt , Port
land , Ore. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Nplir.mluiMH Mt tha Iliitnln.
At the Pnxton-a. D. Ilutterlleld. Croltfh-
ton , O r Turner , I'remont , 1' . S. Pron-
leroy , Pierce
At the Merchants W M. Paush , Lincoln ;
L W Wilson. Mernn ; J. Wambolil , Ulnlr ;
John Miller , Unrrlson
At the Arcade W II Thtirbor , Edgar ;
Oriice Jjn Bassotte , Until Trances , Lincoln ;
lid Stout , Wuterloo ; John Stovvurt , Vesta.
At the Dellono Will M. McCorklo , Lin
coln , II. L. Castol , Wilbur : W. a. Whit-
more. Valley ; A A , Peterson , Went Point ;
M. II. Klnney , York. _
( Jcneriiltr Inlriuul Unrinor vrltli'Hoittliorly
Unil ! for .Nrlirmka.
WASHING-TON , July 12. The forecast for
Saturday l :
Tor Nebraska , Knns.i4 nml Colorado
Generally fair nnd warmer ; Bouthorly
] "or lovvn ralr ; southerly winds.
Tor Missouri Fair ; warmer ; winds be
Tor South Dakota I'nlr ; uoutherly winds.
orpicn OP THU WCATHKU IIUUEAU.
OMAHA , July 12. Omaha recoid of tem
perature and rainfall , compared with the
corresponding day of the piHt four years :
IRO-i 1891 1S93 1892.
Maximum temperature . . . SI ai f 7 01
Minimum temperature . . . M 70 73 73
Average temperature . 72 82 85 82
Precipitation . 00 .00 .00 .02
Condition of tctmperjlure ami precipitation
nt Omaha for the day and slnco March 1 ,
Normal tompernturo . , . 7' )
Deficiency for the day . 7
Normal precipitation . . . . . 18 inch
Deficiency for the day . 18 Inch
Total precipitation since March 1 10.G7 Inchei
Deficiency since March 1 . 0.71 Inches
lloporti from Other htutlimi uc H 1 * . 31 ,
"T" Indicates trace of pieilpllatlon.
L. A XV12I.HH , OLscivr.
- % % % * * s T -
"MOTHERS'FRIEND" ' :
CURES RISING BREAST.
1 have boon a midwife for jear , ,
tn each ciu > u xxliuio 'MOTIIHHB1 ,
1 PIIIKND" xxat used It nctouiplUUea
i xvnnilois , tliortcncd labor uncl Irsbenatl <
thu pains. It is the bust remedy for'
rising of tlio Ilrcnst Icnoxrn , and (
worth tlio pi Ice for tlmtaloue.
Mns M M. nunwiTEn , MoiilRomcry , AU. '
bent br liiurcii or nail , on rocelcl of prlc * . '
MI.UO i > r bottle. Dock -10 UoUitri'1 <
nulled free. ,
1 llIIAUHKMniOULATOIlCO.Atlanta,0 : .
SOLO DY ALL VUUOCIST8.
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