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) KMKNTS FOR THKSH COLUMNS A1)VETITI inVcii nllll2:30p. : m. fortlicVnnliir ! ) nml nnlll BiSO p. in , for tlio mornlnir nml Simony Advertisers , by rwjnwitln * a mimbwd chock , cnn liavo lliclrnnswoiB addressed lonnumberert Ir-tlerlncnro of Till ! Ilr.K. Answr-rH so addressed will bo delivered upon prosctiuitlon of tlio chock. SITUATIONS WANTED. Ilnlpn. IWc n word flint Insertion , Ion wonlthr-rc- niter. Nothing taken for lows thnn ar c _ _ _ > % , " 7 WANTKP. . POSITION I1Y YOUNO MAN AS TVbookhfoiK'rniiil BlcnoKnuiticr ; peed referi-nces. Adiln-HH W f.7. lU-e. M451 ! IO' A THAVKMNO SAT > K3MAN DnSlRlNO TO A ho more nl homo would cnica fn to Hollcll nnuniK Omalia local-V.idn. Those ; that nro wllttiiB to mmranteo reasonable ! wac H to n husller plnawi address X 5 , lleo. WW - > MAN WANTS TO JVOHK FOR AYOUNH room to co to Rcliool , Herereiicc Key. Patterson. Address X 7 , Hee. MB.X . ' . > ' . ) I'OSITION. IIAVR HAD KXPK- rlenpp tin tmoUkcei > ercaBlileratiil Hlonocrimher. Allllrt'SB X H lleO. f - ' - ' - SITUATION WANTK1) JIY A SWKD1H1I -driiKKlM ! irrailunlisl 111 Sweden mid reijlHtervit In NobrnHkn : 17 ! years old : nbHolutuly sober nml Indnslrlousr sp < ! nkH Herman and KiiBllsli l > er- feully ! twoyenin oxiierlenco In America ; llritt- class recommendations. Kor particulars. Hto Dr. HweiiBon , Continental block , Omalia , Scl-.n ! . . WANTED MALE HELP. na wonl ( Irst Insertion , Ic n wonl there- nttor. Nothing lalten for loss than i5c. ! , T > SOUCrTOUS. TKAMS FUllNJSIlKDj KXTllA . -JICTV to tnim wllh rigs. American WrhiKcr Co. , 10011 Upward Bt. fcU- TOT1IR NKHUAHKA OUAKANTBB SAVINOS .li.inil IiiveBlment company wants a few Renllo- men of Rood address to act as solicitors. Apply at rooms 81 ! and _ : ! , Douglas block. Ut I"AOUNTS. . SALARY OU COMMISSION. TIIK Jigrratest Invention of the a n. Tlio Now Palent Chemical Ink r.raslnit Pencil. Sells oil BlBht. Woiksllkomatrli ! . Aircnts arn mak tiff M.i.OO to JI'.Ti.OOpcrwm.'k. For further parth-nlars wrlto the Monrou Eraser JIftr. Co. , X ill ) , I'i Crosse. \ \ IB. 7- MAN WANTED FOR OUR CITY IIUSINESS. JSalary paid weekly. Call at 1510 Doimlas. 1 > WANTED , MEN FOR THE SOUTH IN TEN- .l > iieHsoe.ArkiiiBaHMlBSlsBlpplVrxiilsliiiiacheai : ) . TnrcKrniner .t O'Hearn.Laboragency , : i)3 ( ) s. 1 1 lli . Bt iUol ) 1 1 T > WANTED , RELIARLE TRAVELING SALES- JJini'ii to entry our lubricating and burning ell as a Bide linn. Good chance for right ninn. Tlio Cleveland Ucllulng Co. , Cleveland. O. M3IKI 24 * TJ-WANTED , PARTNER WITH $100 ! OR IKIOO JJlo put against equal amount to open "Illmn MIISIT , " you to handle all money. Addn-ss \ \ ( > , ' ' ' M 2 lice. - _ 1 > WANTED. A FIRST-CLASS WATCHMAKER. llWrlto to H. C. Akin , Deadwooil , S. 1) . f.HU-a.i -ij\VATClIMAKER WITH TOOLS WANTED IN J 'Jewelry Btoro In clly. Address X D lieu "ffce. * WANTED. FEMALECELP. Rales. IKc a wonl flrst Inaertlon , lea Wonl thero- nfti [ . Nothing taken for less than 2."c. ri-WANTED. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOtlSE- V work.ninfitbogood cook and laundress , 11.10 s. aiuii street. -i r.-aa n WANTED. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. IAVC will pay you $ , i.OO to $15.00 tier week to do Hlrlclly homo work for us ; no canvassing nml prompt payment. Send self-addressed envelope. Liberty Supply company , Llbjrty Siiuare , lloston. Mass. M18H'il * _ _ -WANTED , COMITTENTFIRST GIRL : MUST understand cooking Mrs. M. Levy. aoi7 : Dodgu HI reft. MB01I'u _ ri-WANTED , A COMPETENT COOK IN FAMILY wof throii ! German preferriMl ! only those having iixperlenco need apply ; good wagea to right parts ; . Apply room 7a , Paxtou hotel , between la and H p. m , MullI a.i _ -WANTED , A NURSERY GOVERNESS FOR child of1 years. Apply room 73 , Paxtou hotel , between la and M p. m. MSOl 2B _ FOR RENT HOUSES. _ Rales , 10fli : llmicach Insertion. $1.50:1 lln ? per .month. Nothing taken for lessHhan 85c. DCH USKS N ALTrPARTS OF THE CITY. The O. F.-DavlH company , 1S05 Fariiam. BO. ; I -lt-UOOM COTTAGE. MODERN. CHOICE. IN / Stanfoi'd circle. C. S.'Elgiltter , aol lleo bldg. ' * _ _ _ I-V-IO-ROOM HOUSE , isis CASS. J. JOHNSON -l-'lll''l Famaiii. WJ'i _ T\-HOUSES. F. K , DARLING , 11ARKER ItLOCK. JiJ Mil'-l \-KOH IlKNT. SIX HOOM FLAT. 1NQ1MHK I UodRo Street. MIO'J PV-HOUSES , a TO o ROOMS , oos NO. IITH : ; > . -.NINE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE , HANSCOM 1'lace , c-ap. ! ; J. W. Snulru.'J4H llee. MiUti . .D-UOOM HOUSE. PERFr.CT CONDITION. newlV'palntiM , modern : small family ; loeatlon ; ilO North 20th streets rentrosonablij. Hoggs , t Hill. , 1)55 DM -FOR RENT. COTTAGE CORNER 23T1I AVE am' Dodge : modern Improvements ; first class repair. Iiuinlrna.Ml Dodge sU _ 2G1I - RENT , lil-ROOM HOUSE WITH 'STA- D-FOR 1 horses , all modern conveniences. No. 11)11) Paik avenue , now occupied by Captain A. lllnl. U.S. A. ; possession given 1st of December. Apply at JI22 lleo building or 1021 Park oveniie. . -TO RENT. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. $2.1.00 ; barn If ileslrol ; uleo lawn , trees , elly water , I'lsterii.eeim'iited cellars , bath , near motor. See owner , D. V. Stevens. 1)01 ) 1'axton block. MilMl - 11EST 5 AND 8-ROOM HOUSES IN CITY. D Lowest rates. Inquire afiO'J lllondo sin-el. MtiOS N23 _ _ - 8-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN. FUllNlSHEl ) OR D8ROOM . Apply 1112 S. loth. -11:1 : FOUR-ROOM HOUSE Dill 8. 17 St. * 1 1.00. -pi 7-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE , WITH OR J . /without barn , South II 1th and Francis Htrccls. MIBll'JI * i NICK ri-UOOM MODHltN HOUSE WITH / liarnI01U ! Hamilton. 152 28' 'I\ FINE MODERN B-ROOM COTTAGES , 120 .L/iiiul laa S. ilttli Blroet , reduced to tlil.Ol ) . G. F. Ilntlg.aao 3.17th Htreet. MBOil 23' RENT , 7-ROOM MODERN FLAT. DFOR block , 002 So. KHh street. MIU7 25 - RENT5ROOM COTTAC.E , OR THREE D-FOR of aamo fur hoiisckeeplu ? . tlHl S. ilOlh , TIIHKIMIOOM COTTAGE , 1001 SOUTH I ) J llh si. , li-J.Dl ) . Kncinlre , 8'8 S. Ibtli Hi.BI15 BI15 27 "l\ FOR RENT , NICE B-ROOM COTTAGE IN 1/lhio lucallon , B blocks from courthouse , $20.00 , J. 1) ) . Zlltlo , llrown block. MOO I SIX ROOMS , SECOND STORY , EVERY- Ihlng In good onler ; city water ; sewer : $11.00 a month. 20.18 Davenport. Mllllt ) 28 * ROR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. * | Rates. Hue a word first Insertionlo a wonl I hero alter. Nothing taken for less than .Tie. tfVOH KENT , FURNISHED ROOM FOR 1 OR S I\Ki'Ulleinen. ' . ' 017 Dodge street. . Mlilill ? FURNISHED 11OOM WITH HOARD. IF PRE- 1 liferred , Imiulru 828 8. IHIhSt. I3'1 SM I ? FOR RENT , ELEGANTLY FURNISHED lleam lieatiHl I-OOIIIH.I UU2 So. llltli btreel. M ll'S ' a. > FURN'ISIIED ROOMS FOR GENTLE ETWO B'J3 South aoth street. 1)17 ) 17 FURNISHED ROOM WITH llATH.iHI MONTH , J111) 11 Fimiiam , BIU tta * EA LARGE FRONT ROOM WITH ALCOVE , well furnished , heal. gas. balh. for genllenmii and wife , In private family Address X 1 lleo uttlce. MBfl'.l 1'il' FRONT RXM8 FURNISHED FOR ETWO liousekecplng , 1822K Si. Mary'M uvt'iine. M577 2 ! ! ' E FURNISHED ROOM , ' . ' 017 HARNEY SVT. 6t > 2 2S * THREE ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING , E btram heat and gas. 701) ) S. 10th Hired. Hired.B70 21' FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. Rntoa. IHo n wonl first Inaurtlon. la a wont there.- atler. Nothlnsr taken for hias than 23c. p'YOUNU WOMEN'S I liOMBUNiEJl CA'lIK OF J1 Women'M Christian association , 111-H , 17lh st. riOU / ' UTOI'JA , 1710 , 1721 UAVKNPORT STREET ' > ! 4H4-ai _ If- ROOMS AND STRICTLY PuiST CLASS 1. " board iitalOUDouKlUB Blr - 't. MUII7 _ ' [ 1 Tf HOARD 'AND ROOMi STKAM HEAT. GAS I1 bath , fi.SU and $3.00 per week. Ill North 14lh N770 ! 14THE UOLAN aoANlai 7i , SOUTH 11O"OMS. I/OW RATES , 2 JaTlIAHNE Y" I1 . uai iw _ _ Nir ELY FURN fcHEUIUXM W.TH FTTRNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD C'ontlntif't. 7-ROOM AND HOARD FOR TWO GENTLEMEN fi24 Soulli aothnvo. BOH a7 17-TltHEB ROOMS.TOGETIIER OR SEPARATE , Anil nmilprn Imiirovpinenls , hoaliMl , prlvnlo family , within walking distance from business , f piano. Addresn X 19 , Deo. M005 2l ; * 17-HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM ? WITH X. lininl : moilem conrenlcnces ; rates reisoiiable. 2020 Hanicy. M3tf ! ) ! ) 1-Oli KENT TJNFURNISH'P ROOMS llalosl'fr'awonl first Insertion , lea worJtliprj- nfler , Nothlnit taken for Inss tliana.lc. G4' FINK ItNFt'llNISIIEI ) "flOOMs" FOR G- lionsckeeihir | ( , til , SOU St. Mary's avenuo. MiiO'J 'J. " -l ROOMS S. W. CORNER 10TH AND I cavenworlh Rt. B70-20 * FUR RENT STORES AND OFFICES , Kc a wonl first Insertion , lo a word thcra- lifter Nothing taken for less than U3c. T- FOR RENT. THE I-STORY 11IUCK IIUILD1NG iDlOFanMiu t. Tim building has a fireproof CP- incut hasrmrmt. complete steam heating fixtures , wall-run all the lloors.gas , etc. A | > plyattho ollU-3 ot TIIK HUB. DID I - STORE , : t'-'l H. 13TH. STEAM HEAT. I M7J13 N23' T -OFFICES W1THNELL 11LOCK. STEAM HEAT. 1 M713 ! N28' _ T-.FOR RENT. LARGE H-STORY HIGOINS I oam. Hllh and Leavenworth ; thirty horses and storage. J.W , Squire. 218 Hoc. M314 AGENT3 WANTED. Rates. 1 ! < c a wonl first Insertlnn.lc a wonl llicre- alter. Nothing taken for less than a5c. AiTENTS , HOW\v6ul.l'YOU ) ' LIKE TO MAKE ' $230 bcfon ) "XmasV' Wo can put you In tlm way , and will prove It or forfeit $300 ; this an nouncement may bo your stepping slono ID a for tune If taken advantage of at unco. Address "ManufaclnrorH , " llox ODOH , llostou , Mass.M203 M203 2 : > 1-AGENTS WANTED , LOCAL AND GENERAL. " for II iiulclc selling patentiHl novelty , 100 to 1 BO | M-r cent profit ; good solicitors can make from * loo.no to $ : tm > .on a month : territory fn-slr. wrltu for iiartlculars. The Ohio Novelty Co. , D 1 , Clnelti- nail. O. M487 -WE WANT YOU TO WORK FOR US. THUS 1 making if 12.00 to $ :15.00 : IMT week. Parties pre ferred who can furnish ahorse and travel through the country ; u toani , though. Is not necessary. A few vacancies In towns and cities. Spare hours may bo used lo good advantage. II. F. Johnson & Co. , llthnnd Main streets , Richmond , Va. NO MAN or woman need complain of lisnl times while wo oiler such liberal Inducements to agents to handle our fast Belling Btiaranleed herb remedies. No inoiiey rraulretl. Work easy ahd hlRhly protltahlu. Full particulars If yon ask forthem. Tin ) Dr. Starr Herb Uemeily Co.Jtl I Ksatlilrd Bt , , Chicago , 111. -DO YOU IAIJOin SflK I "Sainantha at the World's F.ilr. " lloimnza for aeenls. Prospectus ready. JNorrls Pub. Co. , Des Monies , la. Mfi.VJ 'J7 * r AOKNTS * : i.ll ) ) TO * . " ) .0 ( ) A DAY , CITY OU ' country. Call i707 ! Hamilton , 7 to I ) a. m. M557 D"0 * T-AOKNTS WANTKD FOR TIIK "IJFK OP > Phillips Urooks. " One lady sold 2(1 ( books In 0 hours. All airent In taklmr H * onlers only met with 0 refusals. Our now Hook of Photozraplm heatH them all ; contahiB twicoas manv pictures at half the price. Wo have tlio best World's fair book , fiOO pictures , and best holiday books. Lowest prices , largest commissions , premium with every book. Don't remain Idle an hour. Wo can put ymilii the way tomalto money. Position with \\n \ should be worth $100.01) ) a month. AiUross at once , John K. Hastings Cornhlll , ItosKin , Mass. MBIW tiil" WANTED TO RENT. Rales. IKc a word tlrst Insertionle a word there after. Nothing taken for less than a5c. K FROM a.1 TO 80 ACRES. WITH HOUSE , ETC. within in miles of Omaha : part cash rent. Address , wltlf partleul.irs , X 0 , Hep. fi72 22 * K WANTED , NICELY FURNISHED , DECENT house of 7 lo ! ) rooms by respectable family ot 1 ndtlllH. Address X 11 , lice. MBOa 21 * STORAGE. Rates , lOe aline each Insertion , $1.BO a Hue per mouth. Nothing taken for less than 25c. WnlLr A MS ' & C ROSS , 1214 HA II- Mn < . 811 M -STORAGE' FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS , clean and cheap rates. R. Wells , 1111 Farnnm 815 -STORAGE FOR CARRIAGES AT WINDSO-H Dlnbli-H , 1,1th and Davenport. 407 D 17 WANTED TO BUY. Rates , Idea line each Insertion , $1.30 a line per mouth. Nothing taken forless than 2 < " > c. AT-WANTED TO I1UY. A 0 OR S HORSE POWER i > horizontal boiler nnd engine. . .Must bo In good rmmlng order and shape , Address with' prlue. F. W. Kime , box 1)11 ) , Fonlanelle , Neb ; M503 2 : ! XT- LIST REAL ESTATE WITH F. D. WEAD i10th anil Douglas. M3 ii FOR SALE FURNITURlS. Rales. l.t > ie a woitl first Insertion , In a word then-after. Nothing taken for less than a3e. 0-STOVES OF ALL KINDS GOOD AS-SKEW. \Vells Auction Co. . 1111 Fariiam at. 811) - FURNITURE ALMOST NEW , CHEAP. Ill N.JIOtlmt. r i aa * FORSALE HORSES , WAGONSETC Itnti-H. Ihju n wo.il first Insertion , ] o a wonl there- after. Nothing taken for less than a.'c. 1 > FOR SALE , CHEAP , THREE HORSES , OR I will trade for grain. Apply Windsor stables , 1,1th and Davenport , fiIil-22 ' ' FOR S'ALE MISCELLANEOUS. Rales , lnc ! n wonl tlrst Insertion , lo a word thereafter. Nothing taken ( or hus thai ) 25c. 1-ONB IIRUNSWICK 1IILLIARD TAI1LE AND xonu pool table , IISIH ! D months , as good as now , or Halo cheap. Address P. O. box 81:1 : , West Point , Neb. Bli ( ) V FOR SALE CHEAP , 1 TWO-REVOLUTION tCamiibell newspaper press and 1 double eylln- , ' - , ' wllli folders good - er Taylor ali'mu-lnt , two ; con- lllou. Address for particulars Lock llox 8 , South > maha , Neb. 1172 I'OR SALE , PUG PUPPIES , 1818 HURT M5I1I ) D20 lreet. _ _ - REMOVAL SALE. 1 upright piano , $30.00 , 1 it stringed now healo piano , $123.00. 1 il BtrlngiMl nmv scale piano , $105.01) ) . 1 elaborate hand carved walnut case piano , $187.M ) . 1 Klin hall organ , $28.00. 1 Smith American organ , F23.00 , 1 Hay State organ , $27.00. The Kni.il World's fair prlzo 'getter and'compn- Illon hitler that out sold all oilier pianos' in ; hlcago this last year. viz. . tlm Wegman piano , vii offer from 130,00 up. These prices nr not for Wooilbrldgo llros. , Hell Dept , Store. fi7l ! 25. CLAIRVOYANTS. Rates , lOc a line oac.li Insertion $1,31) a line per nonlh. Nothing taken for less tlian 23c , r > rcltabli ) biiHlnesi iiiedlinn ; 3th year at 1 ID x'.ltltli. H17 MASSAGE , BATHS. ETC. Rates 10o a line each Insertion. $1.50 a llni ) pjr month , Nothing taken for less , than 2.1c. ri-MADAMEiSMITH. 0028. 1:1TH : , aND Fixi6l 1 Room U. Massajo , vuXr , alcohol , utcmn .sulphur- liieuudtiiia oattm. M31la5' 'P-MMB , CARSON , 1121 DOUGLAS , THIRD 1 lloor , room 7 , mausajfe , alcohol , uulnhur ami aca baths. MB 11 I'll' 'I'MME. . LA RUE , MASSAGE , 410 SO. 1BTII. 1 M57UD ai PERSONAL. Rates , lee a line nach Insertion , * l.rt ) a Una per month , Nolhhik' taken for leas than -'in. -Vl.\SSVGETllEATjrENl" ELEOTRO-TIIEir. mill iKitlis. Scalp and hulr treatment , mauleuri ) audchlruiKllat.Mrsl'ostSHIHS.15th.Wllhnull | blk ' 818 U MATRIMONY OR PLEASURE ; NEW DEAL. Send a-ccnt stamp to P.O. llux bill. Hastings , Neb. M721) ) N28 * U--LADIES. SEND NAME AND ADDRESS TO VlavlCo. , (101 K , Y. l.lfo llldg. , for a lit-pan ) health book , Otllce consultation free ; lady hi at tendance. 7pt-NaHt TJA WIDOW , FINANCIALLY EMIIARRASSED , askSBOuiu DUO to loan her two Ihousatul dollars l-,0HI ( ) to help tier to Ueep vuluablo proH | > rl \\hlcliollu-rwlbO must bo Bacrllleud. AddresH 10 , Omaha lleo. M3l > i au < MONEY TO LO ft.N KE AL ESTATS. lUicu 10 a line each ImtorUoii , $1,50 u line per inomli. Kotlihig ukyi | ( or les'j lliitu ' 'Jo. \\T-MONKY TO LoXN 7vr lkWKST IIATKS. ' ' ThoO. y. Davis Co , isoi t'uriiain street , ail ) -LOANSON IMl'UOVEU AND \\r UNIMPUOVKD II city im > i > criy , * : i.ouoainl uiiwanlu. r > to OH i > ur ueuti uodeluya.\V.Farnaiu Smith i Co.,13'0 Fariiam \\T ANTHONYLOANANDTRUSTC0..318N , Y. " Ufi > . leurts at low ratoa for cholca ancnrtty ou famis or Omaha etljr pruix'rijr. ' , , J > % > c& S3 ? Eowajbout Mrs. Columbus ' Now Christopher went on discoveries bcnty u And captured more honors than ever werjs ifii For mortal to wear. But Mrs. Columbus , I think yes , I Unfywjjt , Is pining for notice from thymster or poet , ; ' Let her have her share. , While Christopher studied n dingy old chart , She doubtless did washing a heroine's part , And dreamed of the " Fair. ' Mnnufaoturo . . While Christopher's life was so brightened by hope , _ _ n. Her task would have lightened If Santa Claus Soap Had only been there. She might have had lime to be famous herself , If she'd but had aid from this Jolly old elf. Yes Santa Claus Soap , ths good housekeepers say Is the choicest of soaps manufactured to-day , Soap. MONEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATE. LnntlMlird. \V MONKV TO LOAN AT CUIWKNT IIATKS. > Apply to W , U Melklo , First National Ilk bill ? . B''J _ -MONEY TO LOAN AT T.OWK3T HATES ON Improved I anil milniproriHl Omnlin rosl 1 to B yearn , Flilollty trust Co. , 1702 F.iriiaiu , 820 _ _ _ _ MONEY TO LOAN C.-f ATT.EL3. , loon llnncni'li Insertion. $ l.f > [ ) a Hue per month , Nothing taken for lea * thnn ' .Vie. _ SUNKY rouAN \V. will lnrm Vim im\ * mini \vlitnli Hinnll or larei * . at thu lowest possible rales , hi tlio diilckest possible time , and for any length ol tlniu tOHUltyou. You can pay It buck In mieli Install ments an you wlBli , when yon \vl h , and only pay for It as long as you Iteoii It. You can borrow on HOUSEHOLD FURKITUKH AND PIANOS , 1IORSHS , WAOONS AND OAKIIIAOKS. WAUUnoUSR UECKIl'T.S. MKtlCIIANDISB OH ANY OTHKll SF.CUUITY , Without publicity or removal of property. OMAHA MORTQAOK LOAN CO. , : nm SOUTH KITH STKKKT , first lloor abovu the Hlrwt. THE OLDEST. LAWJKST AND ONLY INOOUPOR- ATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA. $34 r DO YOU WANT JIONKY ? Wo will loan you ANY SUM you wish on your rUUNlTUUK , PIANOS. HO11SK9. WACSONS , CAKKIAOK1. WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS , etc. WoKlvit prompt attention to all applications , anil will carry your loan as Ion ? : m you wish. You can reiliH'o Hie cost of curryInir your loan by a payment at any thuu. There Is no publicity or removal of property. FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO. . Room , Wltlmell bloclc. Cor. IGlh anil Hiirnuy H ( . X WILL LOAN MONEY ON ANY KIND OF SK- curlly ; strictlv contutuntlal. A. E. Harris , room l.Conlluuntal block. S''ll BUSINESS CHANG iS. Rnli" ) , lOualhiopach Insertion , $ l."la ) line pur month. Nothtm , ' taken for less than lje. - turln ? plant ( with position In thu olllue If NO iln- Hlreil ) , $10,000.00 to * lu,0W.tll ( casli rerpilreil. No trailew considered. Tlio company has an estal > - llHhed trailcon a reaily Hellln ; article at a ( rood prollt. Address S Jill , Hoe. B'8 ! _ Y"FORSALE. . DRU09TOOIC AND FIXTURES. Address E. E. Howemlobler , llurtrand , Neb. 3112 -HARNESS STOCK. NO OPPOSITION : MUST 1 > e sold before January lj about $ : < 50.00 cash required , balance ou time. Georso E. Gill. lite , III. MilOO W _ FOR SALE. AN ESTAIIWSHED SHELF AND heavy haiilwaru business In a thiivlnir town In Nebraska. Aildivss W 07 , Omaha liee M. > : t'J a. A FAVOHAHLE OPPORTUNITY TO ENTER an ol < I , established business. Will tiuopuu Janu ary 1. InctvaHu of bnslneHH , mnklut : ilenlrauln ad ditional caitltnl which may bo acllvu or silent on ! ? naranteeu leKlllmatu returns , uorrespowience or Interview BollettcU. Win. Flendiiif & Co. . 1 Ith anil DouBlaa street. SIBUa -V - $ ' . ' .r OII.O ( ) STOCK OF GENERAL MEUCIIAN- JL illso anil 100 acrea laud free of Incumbranee for * 2.7OO.U ( ) cash , It taken at once. W. C. Ultchlo Peniler , Neb. filili'it V-RKOCERY AT A IIARGAIN : FINE LOCA- J lion. F. D. Weail. lUtli and Douslae. JIS88 21 FOB , EXCHANGE. Rates , Hie a llnu each Insertion , $1.3fin ) line pur mouth . Nothing taken for less than a.'ic. rI OWN 100. FARMS IN NEIIRASKA. KANSAS /.iml Dakota. Will Hell cheap or excliaiiuo for uilHi > . , lionioH and cattle. AUil. box 7UFraukfort. I ml HIO : f$11,000 STOCK CHOICE MERCHANDISE TO /'exchange fur $ S,0W ( land anil * ( l,0til ) cash. Will trailu all or iiart of Mock for laud and cash , llox 71 , Went Point , Neb. ! ljl _ rtFOR EXCHANGE. CLEAR IOWA LAND TO /'IrailoforHlockof t'oneral mercliamtlso , o.-books anil Btatlonery. Conllilentlal. C. W. JackBon , Sioux Clly , lu. Ml7ll ! Ju r/ CLEAR EASTERN NEIt. LAND TO EX- /-'chanifo for niiluu. 1 * . O. llox 'M'J , Fremonl , Nob. M14a D17 V-Bll ACHES CLEAR LAND TO TRADE FOR / grocery Btoek. Prlee. $ aoil < MUi1 ) mlli'H from Cenlral Clly ; II ) acres In cultivation , lulanco tit for enltlvatlon. Aildress luck box -1(1:1 ( : , Central City. Neb. M170 Dl y-CLEAR AND SLIGHTLY 1NCU.M11ERED /-TarniH , Improved. In Lonp and Cusler eounly Nebraska , to uxcliaiiKu for liorHUH , general iner- fhanillHy. bootHuml Bhoew , haiilwiiru anil Imple- ments. Fair prices anil pi'rsonal Inspection on all deals. Aililreb lock box 15 , Taylor , Neb.M175 M175 'J I * V FOR EXCHANGE. CHOICE OUTSIDE PROP- ' -'erty. eonslstlni ; of 10 anil 'JO aero lols near tlrst- y of Oil.d'Jd population , for stock of gen eral milse. or irrocerleB of $10,01)0,00 ) lo ft'jO.OOO.OO value ; alHO liavn llrM-claBH Hteam t-riiln elevator that I will i-xrlmiiirn for niilsu. AUilreBB lock oox 10. Wood River , Neb. MCU1 aia : y STOCK , OF MILLINERY AND NOTIONS , /J\vnnthorsesaiulealtlu. llox 'JD3 Frankfort , Iml. BUO 7-INSIDE PROPERTY FOR ACRES. F. D. /nveacl , llllh anil DouitlaB. MliOO 24 FOB SALE KBAL ESTATE. Kates , 10o a Hue each Insertion. $ l..l ) a lln per month. Nollihu ; taken for less than -.ic. l.'ARM FOR SALE. -L A C'holco. well Ininrovntl-10-acrq tract InSarpy county , wllhln one mlle of thu town of La Plattu , anil only three miles from new Fort Uruokj two rallroai ) stations near by ; taxiiB llcht In this county ; enrness to Fort Crook , Omaha ami South Omaha Insures gooil ami pi'rmuncnt markeiB for nunlcii truck , small fruits , butter , eni-s ami poul try , Ix'BlileH iiBiial farm proiluclB. 1 cim oderthlH splendid pmiK-rty at an allrai-llvu price for it short time. Walter . Clark , lalU Harney HI , : i U Dfl AROAINH. IIOURES. LOTS , ANDFARMS.SALE or trailo. F. K. Darling , llarker blk. H3I iOR SALE.'ON SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS , I line acre lot on Q BI. , Irtlf way Iwtweeu Sey mour Park nml South Omaha. No Interest. J. A. DoilKO. r.'Uil 3 , afitli Bt. 018 10 ' JBO 11UYH THE EQUITY IN A 11-ROOM HOUSE 'CW $ ' W barn. Mortiraifeil for Si'.UOO. This properly IB wurih < slnou , A , M. Cowlo , U.1 Ilvo old ? . SH5 ! il rr-HOOM COTTAGE NEAR ST.MAUY'S AVKNUE tlConir. ehuivh. $ a.00i.l)0. ( ) Hxlll''south front , on llrlxlol Htreot , $000.00. It-room eotlago with oily water , 1 mllii IHV , * ! , - 000.00. HiiiiBcom Place , east front , r..JOO.OO ; Ambler -Place. WJ5.00. Oii'himl Hill , $ : > SO.OO : acre Ilelviilorn , f.WO.OO. F , I ) . Weail , lUlh and Dotiflas. MSS7 24 LOST. Rates , 1H" a wori Hrat nnorlion , Ic u wonl theroaftcr. Notliluz taken for low tlvw aSe. LOST , 1ILACK MIXED WITH IltON GRAY COW , 6 years old , iiiuley ; i-uwanl for return or Infor- mutloii. Sam CUumen. Kasl Omaha. MC7U a4 * rPJlE PARTY WHO TOOK A H10YOLE FROM J 1721 Davenport street ( the Utopia ) will H.IVU troubluanU eoMlB by returning at oneu , CHI aa < LOST. LADY'S GOLD WATCH AND SHORT , chain. Reward for return to lice ulllce. .183 al T OST TUESDAY AlfERNOON , HETWEEN -LJl'axton blbvk anil Falconer's btore. laily'u yel- lowjHh-browu fur tlppvt. Lvuvu at Dr. llatluy'u dental roomy anil got rmvanl , MCUf ; a3 DANOiWU AOADEftlY , Hates , lOo a lliHieaah lusorllon. $1.51)a Uu3 per month , Nothing taken ( onluaj than a3u. ' * ( VfORANU'S DANCING SCHOOL. 101o'lIAltNK.V lllHlrPot. IX-BHOIIB far uilnlta , Tiuuiilay unilThunt- day up. m.i children. Tunti ) 4 Ik m. , Saturday 10 u. lu ami a .It ) p. m. TJAUI vcr HORSES WINTERED. Rates , inoin llnonaoh hwortlou , $ l-o n line per iiiDiith. Nothing taken for less than .Me. TTORSES WINTERED. FAIR GROUNDS $ rt.t $3 liiio. ! hay anil grain twlet' n ilaxoverv horse box stall ) leave onlcra at J , T. Wlthrow'B.Telii. lOtl _ ma N - ' ORSES WINTERKD A SPECIALTY. APPLY to Cotton's barn , corner 10th anU CassBtreels. M'J2,1 DU * HOHSF.S WINTKKKD $ il PKIl MONTH. AD- dress W. U. Jllllard , Omaha National bank. t ! Ill DO HOUSES WINTKHKD.STUIlKN.l'.Mtl PAUKAVK. MRL' : ) HOUSES WINTKIufl ) AT WINDSOR STA11LKS , 1 nth and Davenport. Will receive best of earo. TerniBreasonablo. Miltil DIP HORSES WINTERED : $1 PEll MONTH. AD- Uress Hopper Itros. , Elkhoni , ifcb. M3H7 D22 MUSXO , ART AND LANGUAGES. R.ltea , 10callnoc.icli hmprtlon. $ l.fi ! ) a line pur month. Nothing taken for less than 23c. aF. OELLEN11ECK , 11ANJO1ST AND TEACHER IrilO California Bt. 1)14 \OR \ THE HOLIDAYS OR PERMANENTLY A X basso Hololft open for engagement. ' Famllar wlt'i ' Protestant or Catholic'service. Aililress X la , Ilec. Mfi)4 ( ) 2 UNDE ttTAKEttS AND EMB ALMERS Kates , lllc a linn each Insertion. $ I.0 a line per mouth. Nothing taken for less than 'J.'c. CW. 11AKER ( FORMERLY WITH JOHN G. Jacobs , ilecoa ed ; later with M. O , Maul ) , under taker anil oiubalmcr , U15S. lOthst. Tel. O'Jil. 8118 HK. 11URKET. FUNERAL' ' DIRECTOR AND . cmlialmer. 1018 Chicago Sr. T < > 1. ! > 0. M151 SHORTHAND AND TYP WRITING Rates , Idea line each tnserllou , $1,30 a line pjr mouth. Nothing Uiken for less than a5c. ' OUNG L acqulru a working knowletlvi ! of Bhorthaml anil typewriting at A. C. Van Kant'ri school of short- liaiul , Clil N. Y. Life. T.vp ( ! > vrltors to rent. 8U ! PAWNBROKERS. Rates. lc ( ) a llnocaeh Insertion , $ l."l ) a line per hing taken for lesi tban a.ic. T SONNENKERO. DIAMOND UROKER. , 1303 u -Donglas Bt. Loans money on , illamonUs. watches.etc. Old gold and sllvcr.bousht. Tol. lu.W9 > d < W9 SECURITIES FOR -SALEl _ _ _ _ , i , n " _ ' RutcB , Kloa line each Insiirllou , $ l.lil ) : i line per inontli. Nothing taken for iL'sft' v > G , Wallace , llrown block , lOth-and Donslas. 8112 8PKHCKNT MOUTGAOKS FOH SAbK. SKCUK- Ity absolnlely safe' , Ames Heat Kstatu agency , 1017 Fanuuu. sui : FOR RENT HALLS. Rales , lOc a llnu each Insertion , $1. . " > D a line pur month. Nothing taken for less than - , " > e. IwoR Y II A I 71 4 iC 'A ' PITO i L A V ENU R. A X D Morand'Bassembly rooms , lull ) Harnoy Btreet , for balls , club parties , meetings , etc. ; rent very cheap ; lialln llrat-class. fall at 1310 Harnoy. MUM Dl TYPEWRITERS. Rates , lOc a llnoeneh Insertion. $1.50 a line par month. Nothing taken for less tban 2. > c. SMITHS.REM1NGTONS.CALIGUAPHS ; EVERY llilng : unheanl of prices , Tol. j > 3tt. Iloyles .t llabb.Ulil N.Y. Life bldg. Send for samploB. 8U7 SCALES. Rates , Idea line each Insertion. $1.50 a Huu per month. Nothing taken for less than 'Juc. \TEWAND SECOND HANDSCALES.ALL KINDS. li AUdreHB llorden & SulleckCo. , Lake. btChlcago. HK ) DRESSMAKING. Ratfs , 1 Oca line each Insertion , * l.r > 0a line per month. Nothing taken for IUBB than i-'c. D RESSES , $1 ; WRAPPERS , $2 1)011 ) N. 21T1L J1721) BUREAU. 8UES& CO. . BOLlClTltS.lco ( ) ! HullUlns , OMAHA , NEil. Advlco Kit Eli RRILWRY TIME GRRD I > ave . | CHICAGO , UURLINOTON .t Q. Arrival Omaha I Depot 10th and Mason Sts. Omaha 4.io : pin ChlcaRh VeHllOule 11.45 am . , Chlcash Kxproas. 7.0'pin Chlcai.'O A ; Iowa Local ll.ilSam .Local ( ox Simdjiy ) , "iJeavTJT jTJTOTDN'FSrLriri. rrlvoa Omalia Depot 10th and Mason Sts. O.nihi ioTlSain . . . .Denver Express . 10,1.lam Dead wood Express . 4.0D pin 4.5pm ( Denver Express . 4.01) pin 0.611pm .Nebraska Local ( ExceptSm ) . (1.00 pin H.lfluin .Lincoln Local ( Except Sum. 11.25 urn Leaves I It , C. , SI1J. A.C. IV. I Arrives Omaha I Do pot 10th and Mason Sts. I Omaha 0,45anil..Kansas Clly Day Express.I fi.fi.1pin tl.46pir.lK.clNlglit Ex | ) . via U , P.Trans.I II.BUqin 'LtTa'veST 'J1IIOAGO. linrtl'AT3IIC. I Arrlvu Omaha | Union Dupot IQtli&Marey Sts.l Omaha I KAST. . I 0.iOainOklahO'iia.VTixasE : | ll2.1am ( a.OSpml.-.CulorailoLl 4.ftpni ( TXrHVuT Omaha lUnloii Depot 101I1 JtiMlircy Sts.l Omaha U.llDpil Omaha I U. P. Depot aii'd'Marji'Sta. | ' | Qiualg * 6.aopinI Chicago LlmlleU. . , , . . . .rii.'inm ) : ll.ilOainl..ChicagoKxpross ( osfimU..I C.50inn Lea ves " I V S Tfo7 VA L E K Y lArrlvi'iT Oinalial Depot 15th and Wobsljr Sis. I Onmlia 11.0.1amI . . . . .DeadwooJ'Expr.ft 1.50p u l.05amlEx. ) ( Sat.lWyo. Exp. , K < c. Moil. ) 4.3p'ii ( ' B.OOpai .Norfolk Express ( Ex. tit lo.43am B.45piii | St. Paul Eyurym o a3uii * , CIIlOAfiOANOllTH WK3TN. ( Arrives Oinahal U. P. di'pm. loth , V Mai-ov Sts. Onnlii : l.40um . . . .ChlcaeoKxpreiii' . . . . . . . . 0.05 pin 4.1) j pin , VcBtlbiilo'LlinllH 0.20 uin 7OIplll . . . . . . . . . Kasteni Flyui . . . . a. IB pm _ 3.43pm . . . . . . . . _ . . .Clilo.Ptm _ > . . _ . . . . . . 1235 pill LcavesTl " Arrive " - < * f wn i * * tj vw > tvwir * \Jt ( * _ OmaliaMDepot 15th and Wubster Stg. 1 Oniah I'J.'Jl ) pml . . . Stri.ovil Kxprest ) . . , , ' (1.00 am 10.00 lllll1."I Ij il Wv. . 2j . > ' % * , rll. . . , .SI , 1AIU11 OAJlnl39l ! . . . . . . 4.fiOpm 0.10 pinBally ! ( ex Sun ) NchraHk.t Ixcal. U.IOum Leaves I 0. ST. P. ' . . . Arrlvoi OmahalDopptJSthuil Webalo'rSta. Oniulq 8.60 anf . .Slonx City Accommodation. . 0.03 pu : 1.16pm Sioux City Bxuroij ( Ex. Situ. ) 2.40iii | SU Paul Limited D.23IUU Oakland P.issctuer ( Ex. Sun. ) 8.43UU1 SIOUX C1TVA. PACIFU Arrive * O.nahal DeiKt. 10 and .Marey St * . Omalia . .Slonx City 1'abseufc-iir . Ki.aopm _ 4.00pm , St. Paul Kxprya * . lO.OOaiil teavo I "sfotJX Ol'rvTk 1'At'lKlU | Arrlvim" Omaha I Depot. 1 Sth and Webster Sta J Omaha St. Paul Limited. U.ua am _ Clilcajfp UmltoU. . . . . ) U.'JSaia Leaves ] OMAlf.V 7t SfLoOlS. lArrTvJiT OiiiihaUP. | _ Dciwt , lUtb undMarcyl _ Omali * ' * ' 8-13l > ui .St. Lotificauuoumil..TT WAS NOT A POPULAR MOVE Citizens Not Inclined to Endorse" the Con duct of a Corporation Ring. ACTION OF THE COUNCIL CONDEMNED Veto of the Mitjror l > ml/seil / by tha dm ItliiR Aloinlicru ol tha C'oiincll ItaprcM ThriiMrlvni on tlio Action til tlio llody. Public sonttmont In Omaha is aroused to its highest uitcli over the action of the gns ring In tlio city council Tuesday night. It 1ms bcun years slnoo such condomtutlon has been heaped upon the ho.ids of the mem bers. Since the days of the old city hall steal ana the smuggling through of thu fJl- ) 000 claim of the gas comp.iny , there has ntit been nil action more universally condemned than that of the council in the onlira pro ceedings granting the franclnso to the gas company. ' Notwithstanding the fact , that the merits of the ordinance have boon universally dis cussed , its Inconsistencies and shortcomings hold up to public vlo\v nnd the district court lias restrained the body from passing the saino over the veto of the mayor. Ilascall , Wheeler and the loaders of the movement , adjourned the council , without a moment's warning. The adjournment was taken for the solo purpose of claiming the ordinance a law ; because of the absence from the clerk's desk of Mayor Bcinls' veto. It is true thai the veto of Mayor Dcml.s was not on the desk of the clerk when the council adjourned. It is nlso truettuvt hang ing over thu head of Mayor Bom is was an Injunction preventing him from approving the ordinance. lie was not compelled to re turn the measure to the council until tlio court hud passed upon the franchise. The papers from the mayor arc never filed with thu clerk until the council has commenced business. Formerly it was tin old dodge to get possession of thu mayor's papers and In case there was n veto and the corporation clans wcro not sure of enough votes to carry the measure over the veto , to adjourn for a few days and hatch a schctno to secure the necessary votes , Mayor IJomis dropped to this game and ho did not propose to have the taxoaycrs imposed upon in such a man ner. As a result ho concluded that his papers should bo lllcd while the council was approvinctho journal of the previous meet ing. This has been the custom for several mouths. Tuesday night was no exception and Private Secretary Millar held the papers as usual. Instead , however , of going Into tlio order of business the council simply ad- journed. The papers wcro immediately placed in the hands of City Clerk Groves and tie nccepted them. They are in his ofllco "today. All sorts of tricks have boon resorted to , and it is necessary to point out but ono to show to what cuds the Hascall followers would go. Some ono tampered with the clock in the council chamber and it was turned ton minutes ahead. After the meet ing adjourned the time as shown by the clock was compared with a largo number of time pieces in the room. The attention of Superintendent Mathiesou was directed to the discrepancy and ho turned the hands back ten minutes. By the turning back of the hands the council mot seven minutes prior to the time it is alleged it should , which is S o'clock. It has been the custom of the body to meet at that hour , but there is no law or rule demanding it. Not a word as to the hour or dny of meeting is incorporated in cither the charter , ordinances or rules of the co'uncil. If there is a time Hxed it was made by n former council by motion and the present body is without , a regular hour of meeting beyond what practice has mudo. The members oC the council arc outspoken \hton the position they have assumed. Mr. .nmiro'it I'latn Tul'lc. Mr. Munro declares that the hasty adjourn ment of tlio city council Tuesday Jiight was a. snap judgment on the part of thu friends of the gas company and supporters of the gas franchise. Ho contends that the ad journment was accomplished before 8 o'clock and in accordance with a plan agreed upon before the council was called to order ; The motion to adjourn was made by Ilascall and was put through without a second , before anyone had time to got the floor and make an objection. Mr. Munro believes there has been such a change of sentiment among the members of the council respecting the gas ordinance that if an op portunity had been given Tuesday night to vote on the veto of the mayor it would have been sustained. lie afllrms that Ilascall is playing the same tac tics that ho used when the Holly water works matter was up several years ago , and ho is inclined to tliink that if the friends of tlio gas ordinance persist in their present wild course the citizens will decide to take a hand , and will come up some line evening and throw the city legislature out of the council chamber. He is sure that the citi zens of the city are not willing that valuable franchises shall bo given away in this man ner. Hi ) docs not think that the ordinance is now a law , because in his opinion the in junction issued operates to suspend thu rule of the city charter respecting the time allowed thu mayor for communicating to the city council his approval or disapproval of a measure. He declares he will continue his light against the ordinance to the end , and ho is contldonl that with the aid of the law and public opinion the measure will bo de feated.Air. Air. Kiiuiulors on tlio Defensive. . Mr. Saundcrs confesses that ho is still not ashamed of his support of the gas ordinance nanco or of the methods that huvo been used by its friends to push it along , which methods , ho nsserls , liavo been wholly hon orable from the beginning. He denies that any attempt was madu to prevent the con tents of the ordinunco from bccomiig known prior to its passage , or that undue Imsto was made m getting it through thu council. Thu ordinance was introduced October 4 nnd referred to the judiciary committee , of which Mr. Saunders is chairman. Ho says it was impossible for him to got tlio committee together to formulate a report on the ordi nance nnd publish It until tlio day preceding that on the evening of which the ordinance was passed , but he says ho thinks thu public had as much knowledge of the ordinance as it usually does ot most ordinances before action upon them by the council. IIo says that most of the statements madu criticizing thu ordinance are false , as ho Is prepared to prove. It was not necessary , ho-auys , that the ordinance should contain a provision that the city might purchase thu iras plant when it chose , by appraisement , because the city is protected in this respect by a clause in the city charter. IIo says he is thoroughly convinced that thu ordinance is not an unfiirono for the city , nnd ho pro poses to stand by It. Ho calls attention to the fact that several eastern cities have re cently granted perpetual franchises to gas companies , and thinks that there Is nothing Pore oil is the kind used in the production of Scott's Emul sion Hypoplios- phitcsof Lime and Soda are added for their vital ef fect upon nerve and brain , No mystery sin rounds this formula the only mystery is how quickly it builds up flesh and brings back strength to the weak of all ngeii. will check Consumption and is indispensable in all wasting dis eases. Pn-pMMt > , / Reott 1 Down * . NY All dru l U wltli tlio time fonttiro of Uio liroscnt franehlso. Ho snys tlmt lie would vole to overrldo the vote of tlio mayor , nml ho do- clnrva that lie Is in iloubtvhoru the Injunc tion leaves the ordinance. AlnjorVheolrr' Clnlnn. Mr. Wheeler denies the stntoment made ly Munro thnt nn ndjotirnmcnl taken bcforn 8 o'clock , lie Insists thnt the motion to adjourn \vns mndc only when It wtis found out nftor the council hnd been called to order thnt the fieri ; hud In his nnnds no com munication from the mayor , nnd ho ml litres llrmly to thu position that under the circum stances the ordinance Is n law the sumo ns 11 Iho mayor had slpncd It. Hn says thcro Is no question about It , nnd Iho Injunction Is n matter , in his opinion , of no wcleht whatever , He says U Is well settled that courts bavo no authority or rlffbt to direct in any manner iho acts of leRlslaUvo bodies. \VhceIcrnlsodontrs that thcro was any preconcerted plan lo brim ; about nn adjourn ment. He believes tlio ordinance n pond ono ana would linvo voted to pass It over the vote of the mayor. The llfty.yc.tr part of It tlous not trouble him , for ho sitys that long before that time electric llnhts will take the place of pas lumps. Ho says that the fact that such an ordinance had been introduced was well kito.vn to thu public , and from timd to time for thirty days prior to its passaRO the newspapers had commented on its pro visions. Kninv * Why , but Won't Tell. 1' . M. Back Yes , I Itnow why llio council adjourned , hut was not mvtiro of tlio inten tion until I arrived nt the council chamber. I um not a member of iho ring and do not euro to say anything. John McLearle I hollevo the franchise Is all right , and can sco nothing objectionable. In it. The sumo men \vlio nro fighting this nro the ones who fought the canal , \vlilcli should bo constructed nnd which would in it It o u largo and prosperous city of Omaha. If the canal bad been constructed it would liavo proven the greatest competitor the ( jas company would have hud. H would liuvo Klven cheap power and the price of gas would have had to como down in order to compote pete with the electric light. H Is a fact that Iho'gas company has treated the city far bet ter than any other francluscd corporation. \Vhcn the company opens a street if. replaces the navqmcnt in good condition , and to my ktiowledno lias extended its service on streets without beinu ordered to do so by the council. It also furnishes lights of moro than the required caiidlo power , tie far as the adjournment of the council was con cerned 1 do not know what the purpose was , nkho'JKh I muleratand from the papers that it was to mitlto the ordinance operative because - cause the mayor did not h.ivo n vote on the cleric's desk when the ineotitiK was called to order. This is a technical point , and my be lief Is that it would not stand for the reason that the council did not RO into the order of business , and that the mayor was enjoined from approving the ordinance and the coun cil from passing the sr.me over the veto. IJy adjourning the courts car. pass upon the franehlso and the council can act accord ingly. Air. Thomas' I'oiltlt.n. Charles Thomas I do not know why Iho council adjourned last night , and had no In timation ol such a move. I was en uRcd at my desk when the Hascall motion wits put nnd carried. I believe it is better that mat * tors have taker , the turn tho.v have. H will permit the courts to decide the question. 1 don't believe that the claim that u veto was not on tlio clerk's desk when the mcotiujr was called to order will make the. ordinance operative. The mavor could not do else than veto the measure and the council no moro than sustain it. If the mayor had approved the ordinance and the council not objected both would have been in contempt of court. Of the gas business itself I am not so lamiilar. It seems to me , however , that there is nothing so very wrong with the franchise. I do not particularly like the Ion ? period for which it is urauted , and yet it is generally admitted that no other company is coming lu hero and ask for it franchise.Ve can hardly hope for u less ened cost of manufacture of gas than wo have touay. Coal is not to be had in Ne braska and will not bo had. Councilman S.iundors informs mo that wheii the llrst franchise was granted twenty-live years ago the company was permitted lo charge ? : i per 1,000 and reduced the price of its own volition. I have never used gas and of course know very little of Its cost. ilicob cn Don't I.lku It. Halfdan .Tiicobaeu 1 do not know why the council adjourned last nijut. I do know , however , that there Is a vast amount ot im portant public business that ilcmamlp atten tion from the council. I beliuvo that the franclnso has ; been granted for too long a period , and think thu company did wront ; in asking for fifty years. It is my judgment that llfteeu or twenty years would have been long enough , although I believe that at the cud of that time gas will be altogether juiper.seded by electric lights. RX ci.Nsritii : : > . Ceiitr.it l.nhor Unanimously Ailo its it K < so lution of Cotideiiiiiailiin. The Central Labor union held a large and intcresting'.sesslon last nicht. ' Among the llrst things considered under the head of new business was the gas fran chise recently passed by the city council. The members ot the orgutil/ntioii unani mously condemned the passage of the ordinance and if the members of the city council who voted for tlio mcasuro could li'tvo hoard the speeches on the following r . -solution they could have easily understood what Omaha's working people thought of their action. After sonm talk ou the matter tlio following resolution was passed without a uibsenting voice : Whereas , The Onmlia clly council has passed an ordinance granting a llfly-ye.nr rranchlio to thu Unmliti ( las .Manufncluriii } ; company ; mill. \Vhcroii8 , Wo bollevoMich outrageous meth ods of giving uwiiy valuable frunrliKes HID entirely uKiilift tliu best IntcriMs of the Deoploj therefore biMt Unsolved , Ily lint Omaha Central Labor union In regular session assembled thnt u do hereby condemn smh action as n. violation of conlldunco by every timmhor who voles for bind ordinance. Tlui .Miiyor'/t Vrto. Following Is a copy of the veto of the mayor which was llled with the city cleric Tuesday night : TOTIIK HoNoitAiii.u , Tlin Cirv Corxcn , OK TIIK Crrv or OMAHA : ( jentlomon 1 herewith ruturn without my approval certain ordi nances prescribing thu terms nml conditions on which the Omalia Cas Miinuf.iuturing company , its successors ami assigns , shall bo permitted to construct , maintain and op- | pntto gas works and to lay , IIHO and maintain pipes and appurtenances In tlio highways , etc. , of the City of Omulm , for tha distribution nnd HIIIO of gas , for the reason that neither of said ordinances was properly considered or passed by the coun cil , and also for the reason that 1 regard the period of Jlf ty years , for which it Is pro posed to grant tlio rights and privileges wet forth In said ordinances , an unreasonably long time. I also veto both of tlie.so ordi nances for the reason tlmt tha rights and interests of the city and public have not been properly considered and protected , I desire to state that Hluto deciding to veto those ordinances a restraining order has been served on mo for the pretended purpose of preventing mo fiom approving Bald ordi nances. According to a copy of iho petition which has oecu furnished to mo asking fur such rcstranlng order , it Is act forth thatiin- le.ss restrained by the court I would nj > | irim > said ordinances , and it is further charged in said petition that I was proceeding under color of law to do nn act for Which I laid no lezal or municipal authority , to the great and Irreparable injury of iho petitioner. I wish to denounce tlieso statements as un true , and wholly without cause or founda tion , I am in in vor of doing my duty and my whole duty at all times , and do not care to bu thus represented. I submit herewith for your consideration a number ol petitions signed by over 515(1 ( of our prominent citizens and business men protesting against the passage of these ordi nances. Very respectfully , 1' . Bums , .Mayor. 1. 1 1 1 , Is AII iTJ- To many people who liavo the taint of scro fula In tnelr blood , The agon les caused by the dreadful running sores uuu other mani fcatatious of thls.diso.i3ti arobayond Ucscrip tlou. There is no oilier remedy equal to Hood's S\rsuparlllii : for sciofula , bait rheum and every form of blood disease. It Is reason ably sure to benefit all who give it a fair trial. _ Hood's 1'ilU euro all 11 vor ills. LOOKS BAD FOR ED COLLINS Mohci8)n on His Doith Bed Doscribs : too Man Who Shot Him. VICTIM OF THE VALLEY SH001ING TAIK3 Dcclnrr * thnt HoVn Not Shot Ity Ollrjr Diilr , lint u Mnn Who Aimver * tlin Dfteriptlnn nl Kit Cnlllu * Cniinot Itrrover. Unless 1io cAn successfully prove nn alibi when rallctl Into court HJ Collins , now eon- lined In tlio murderers' cage In tlio county Jnll , will bo call oil upon to piy ttio penalty of having , lu n cool unit deliberate nmnnur , shot Louis Mcl'licr.son nt Vullcy last Satur- dny nlghl , tlio dutaltcd account ot which hat lioroloforo been published iuTiir Hir. : . Mel'hcrson bus nmdo lib dying statement , nnd tborcln bo exonerate. * Oliver IJiilo , tlio man who wua with htm on tbo night of thu shootiiiR , nml w-dtty fully estnbllsbcs tbo faet tlmt Collins Is tbo guilty 111:111 : , especi ally wben tbo testimony of tbo otlior.vvlt- nesses and tbu nttcnillng olrcumatanuc.s are talcon into consideration. Tuesday McPherson was removed from Iho Held hotel at Valley and bruti bt to tlio county hospital In tltu western part of this city. Tuesday night County Physician I 'in- .yon visited the wounded man and probed for the bullet that passed through bis brain. The probing was successful In a measure , us p'trt of tin ; bnll was found and uxtraeto.it. It had entered tlin frontal bono of tlio buad , passIng - Ing through the brain and llnttunlng out , against the back portion of thu skull. A drain tube was put Into the wound anil n largo quantity of pus drawn out. After that the wotimleil man commenced to gradu ally sink uwav and was only revived by stimulants. 1'assintr a restless nlirlit. yeslcr- morning lit1 seemed brighter , nnd being Informed of his condition County Attorney ICuley concluded to take MoPhorson's auto- mortem statement. Assistant Slabaugh was detailed to do this work and in company with Sheriff Itemiutt and a reporter for Tun Bnn ho proceeded to the county hospital , where In a sunny room in the operating de partment of thu institution thu questions and answers which will 1)3 used auamst. Collins were propounded by tlin assistant county attorney and answered In a weak though earnest manner by MuPherson. Waiting lor HID ICnil. "What is vow name and where do you reside ? " "Ixuls McPhcrson and I live at Hanger , in Texas , " answered the dying man. "Do you expect to pot well ( " "I am pretty sick and 1 tliinl ; that I will die. " "Where wore you last Saturday night and , what were you doing P "At Valley ami with Oliver Dale I went tea a car to steal a sack of coal to burn in the stove in John Henry's shanty where wo wcro going to sleep ( Hiring the night. " " \Vhathappencdwhile you \verc getting the coal ! " "After wo had filled our sacks and were , standing at the end of the car. 1 was shot , " "Who was the man who shot you , ami was It U.ile ! " "No , it was not D.ile ; the man who llml thu shot was a tall , slim man , who wore a cap and came around the side ot the car. " "What were you doing when you was shot ! " "We had the sacks of coal beside us. on ' .ho ground , and were jtist getting ready to go away , when a man came up , flro.l the shot and I fell to the ground. " "Did von Itnow Kd Collinsf" "J hadscrm him , but wo' were strangers ; I , know him by slsht. " "Do you think that it was Collins who shot you ! " " 1 ilon'Mtnow , hut itloo'.cod like him ; but it was dark and I could not tell for sure. " "Whero wast the man standing when ho shot you ! ' ' "Ktshi by the end of the car , just a little way from where D.ile. and I were staudinsr. " ' How lat.e was It when the shooting looic place ! " "I don't know , but it was after dark and was late in the night. " "Did you KCO the man coming across the tracks and along the side of thn car buluru he llred the shot which lilt you } " It ' .VilH Not Unlit "Yes , I did ; I saw him n little while before - fore ho Ired ! the gun. " "Did ho hat ! " wear a cap , era "A little cap. " "Was lie a tall follow ! " "Yes , lull and slim. " "Did you have any money when you worn shot ! " ' .lust a little , but I don't know how much.1 "Had JOH had any trouble with Dale ! " "No ; v u were the bebt of friends un.l were living together. " "Areou . KWO that Dale was net iho man who shot you ? " 1 Jim sum that ho did ml ; It wan the other fel'ow. " riio biuijineiit corroborates that made by D.ile when he ijavo himself up to the sheriff of Sarpy county last , Monday morning , an'1 is substantially the .same as the statement made by Dale to Tin : Ur.i : after the arrest , and after no had accused Collins Of being the murderer. The size of the assassin and , the description of the clothes ills Collins , and in the opinion of Assistant County At- torii"v Shi > : iusli Hxes upon him Uiounm- mlssion of the crime. Anoihur tiiiiiutn.it leads the attorney to think that Collins is guilty Is the rumarlc that he made the inurnlug of the arrest , when In company with the sheriff , Tin : Bui : man and ethers. At that time , when Dilo charged him with shooting MoPherson , Collins did not' deny the charge , but remarked , "Thoro 1 * too much HtoaliiiK going on around hern and I propose to have it stopped. " County Physician T/myon states that Me- Pherson may Ilvo for some lima , but that tin will surely dlu from the ell'celBof thu hall which was llrod lut.o his lir.iin. He says tha ; , the man is insensibly to p tin and iliat bo will probably romuln In that condition until ho dies. DoWitt's Witch Ha/cl salvo cures plies C Iwily 'Meetiiii ; Thursday Nlfilif , il All inuniliurs of Uio central roininittco of i tin ; Associated cluirltiCH tire oxpccteil in incut.nt tlio oflloa of Adams & Hell , over tlui Boutli Oiiiuliu Ntitloiiul bank , Tliurstliiy ovunluK. ItoimrtB will bu niatlu by all sub- coinmlttuL's ami other business of linpor- tnnro transacted , County 1'oor Afjont Uurr \vlll bu prosunt ut tlio nicotine , as will rcpro * sentatives of other nharn.y oi'tfitnlisitloiiH of Onmlia. Tlio roinniittoa on muss uientltiif will KUlimll itu report nml piTT nim. A full' attendance of thu commltlea is desired , TIIK HIM I/TV fli ; INriTKUMKNTS placed on rocor.l Novem ber ' - > . ' , 1SUJ ; WII1U NTrill'.KUl. Jacob Haley nml wife , to | ; j ( . 'hlssull , n'/ ' lot : i , block lin : , Sunh Onmha , . . * 1,300 M .1 I'rlluhard anilvlfo In Joseph I'rlleluiriJ , lot 1'J , block 18 , llumon . 200 Samuel l''orji.'y. jr. , ft ill ( iiifuruuN ) lo .1 I'Toiie. KW nu H-10-l'J Sainu to Niirali .Slieplieril , mv nu. hainii. Kniim In T I * Tlmpurluy , MV no 7-li-lB | Ha mi ) li | Mary Taylor , nu no H-Kl-l'J. . Kamo lo .1 I' Tlmpurluy , ho nu 7-lC-J'J. Hamu to I * K Tlmpurloy , no nu KIIIUO. . , Kami ) to Allen Wilt , so Mih'imo , Same to I' II Tlmpurloy , MV hiisamo. . . KIIIIIU lo ( L Tlmpurlt'y , HO no H-Ki-l'J. Kamo to W Wl'lnmvrlo ) ' , no BO 7-lC-rj Saniu lo K A TlniDurluy , nw ho Name. . . Same to Albert TiniDfrJey , n.v noann ) J Kuloy iind wife to C W ICuloy , lot 1(1 ( , bloclcU , lluiiKRom I'liieu 3,001) ) giUT CLAIM IKii)3. : llelraof J II Drilreet to D vlil Whit ney , jr. , ot al , an meuulur truut coiiiinviiRlni ; nt NW cnriioruf nw u # lil-70-44 , nw uw2M-7i-41 ami all accretions. . , 1 IIKKDH , A A McClanahan , HpuRlnf master , to I.inea tor HuvliiK * bank. lolH'H anil 1) ) , Ilock4 , Mouinoutli Dark 1,1151 Hamu to I'uhsumnilu Saving * bunk , iul 7 and u , block ' - ' , siuim 1,101 Total aiiiotintof transfers . . $ G/J.'jJ TIIIIOAT DiaBAbM cuiniuonco wltli u cou h , cold.orvoru throat. "Uitows'ii IlitONcnui. Tu K iiK.s'1 fflvo iintneillato rolli ( . i oi.i > OMLI IK oozis. Price 25 ot * .