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TITE OMAHA DATLY BEEi JTBIDAY. JUNE 7. 1805.
SPB01RL NOTICES.
AilTcrtlnc'tiicnU far Ilirse rnliinitis "Ml li
takrn mill 1SIUO p. in , for HID t-tt n.iimill
until H | i. in. tot the morning anil sumUj
illtlan.
AclTtrll er , by rcqi-estlne n nuiiiliercil
clicclti ( nn luivo nn fr nililrrmrd to n
numbered letter In euro of 'I ho lleo. An-
MITS su nilifrcosfd "III Ito ilrliicroil upun
I KSdlliltlon ( if the clicck niily. Jliltcs ,
1 J ! ic n uuril , first li.scitlun , la n word
lieri.'iftcr. NotliliiR tiiUeu fur liMtlmnUOc
lor Unit IniiTtlon.
' lii'so luUiTtUciiicnts tntut tun cniiircu *
tltoly.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
COMITTHNT , KNPURinNrCP YOt'NO LADY
ten rmphpr desires hilt dny employment ,
either tunpomry or peimincnt. Cnn handle
c ir. pondrnca tnpldl ) , l t city references.
Addieiut 'Competent , " 1TJJ C.tpltul nve.
A Mi'Jl ' 8"
WANTED to ALE HELP.
WANTKD. l.COO MI'.N TO WRITK Mi : TODAY
for the receipt ( nlnolutcly live , In plain nealed
cm elope ) which cured mo of nervoui debility ,
nxhuilf.cilllallty , etc. Addreaa C. J. Wnlker ,
lwx 1,311 , Knlamazoo , Mich. 11-M1S3
The Ilnwka Nurncry Co. ,
Milwaukee. Win. n-M7i-J10 !
CUI1AN ritKCICLCH. I'URU AND MILD. EC.
ll-181-J2t
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"
i WANT"rinu SAMI i.is HANDRU YOUR
frlendi < ir nelKhhors. Hcnd A. 1' . \\Vd , Per
fumer , Wood ine. . Detroit , Mich. . IOC for C
trial hollies Satin-Scent Perfume * , mvlve offer
lo y-'i. 1I-M512 7'
_ _
WANTID. SMALL OONC URN PAYINO FAIR
\MiB"S wants llr t-cl s < lratiKlitnmnn ; nlio
wood encraxer. Stale WUK'IH exp c ed. Ad
dress R Ilee. ) ! . 11-MiOJ 13
"
WANTKD , HAI.UHMAN. ON COMMISSION. AC-
( | unlnt > d with Oimh 1rw TB. Adiln-M. ; nt-
Inff experience. It Cl , lire. II M70 ! D'
ARU YOU IIONIIST. KOIIRR , INDUSTRIOUS ?
H HO , enKiigo with u ( or l.VJJ. $300 n month ,
JS.COO n tear ; you can in.ik" It raxy. nix liourn
a ildy uur aKi'ti'H ' do n t complain of Imrd
times , Whv ? They uio making money nelllne
our IVrfeet'on Ulxh Washer ; the only practlc.il
family wnsher mnnufurtuud. WUSIICH , dries
and | K > ll he3 illshra perfectly In two minutes ,
no experience ncce * ir > . a child of S operates
It enxlly ; cheap and durable , weight , thirteen
poundMj made of anti-runt shuet Btecl ; capac
ity , 100 iiloc'-i , J110JO for ItH eiiu.il ; every fam
ily "iints one ; sou don't lm\c to cum an ; ns
pirin ns penplu Know you h.ive It for wile
they nenil for n dish wa h'-r , caih iis nt'
territory protected ; no competition ; wo fur
nish sample ( nelKhx nix pounds ) In nice ca e
to Inily iiK'-nt1 * ' " ' "ke orders with , one agent
mill a 12115.1 first ten da > H Addn-ns for full
particulars perfection Mfg. Co. , Uiiglettood. III.
O MlA - !
A MAN OR LADY TO MANAOI3 DIHTRI1IUT-
Ine camples , soap * . pnecl.iltlc3 , books , do tor-
renpondliiR. Send Syltiin Co. . 727 Woodward ,
Detroit. Mich. . lOc for eet of hample * , re-
cH\e offer to you. C MM1 S
LADIES WANTING FIRST CLASS GIRLS
call Scandinavian V. W. Home , HIS Cnp. nve.
C MS29 10 *
GIRL. TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 2111
South llth. C M l 9'
WANTKD. COOKS. DINING ROOM GIRLS ,
chambermaids , porters , cle\ator boss , etc. , at
Chicago Employment llureau , 131J Douglas
Ftreet , room't 4'S ' and 47. Telephone , 1311. r.
H. Slewnrt , Mgr. C ( > CO-11
GIRL TO I o'cTENERAL lIOUaIw67llC IN
small family. 8218 Ornnt. C-MMO 7 *
WANTED. A LADY NOT UNDER 33 OF ED-
uc.itkm and ambition , nnc having had experi
ence nn teacher In public siliool prcfeired , fern
n lempornry but lucrallve posllloii. Call per
sonally Friday morning nt 1) ) o'clock. R.
II. Newton , room 12 , Crelghlou block.
C-C32-C *
WANTKD. A MATRON ; A KIND , STRONG
woman to have Iho care or a home fir desti
tute children. Address It G7 , lleo olllce.
C-C89-8 *
JFOR RENT J10TJSK3.
HOUSES , F. K. DARLING , DARKER I1LOCIC
D 125
HOUSES IN ALL , PARTS OF THE CITY. THE
O. F. Davis compiny , 1M3 1'arnjm. D 420
HOUSES , UENEWA & CO. . 103 N. 15TII ST.
D 127
II. E. COLE CO. LARGEST LIST IN OMAHA
D-M12S
rC8 FARNAM STREET.
W. M. Roger ) , 132.1 Fa : nam street. D 123
roil KENT DESIRAULE HOUSES.
rooms , 211 S. 21th t > t. m
7 rooms , 4205 Cumlng St. , 123.
7 rooms. ! > . ' 6 N. 2/th u\o. . ! 2.i 54
t rooms , 4X ! > 7 Cans t > l. , JU.
9 looms , 4U27 Davenport St. , 510.
5 rooms , Z420 Jackson St. , > S.
6 rooms , 3213 Prnlt nt. , $7.
Bee Fldcllly Trust Co. , 1702 Farnam at. D-431
FOR RENT FINE NEW 10-ROOM HOUSE , G2
N.Mt.h at. 11. T. Clarice. 219 Hoard of Trade.
RENTAL AGENCY C2J SO. ICTH ST ,
D-727
roil RENT AT UELLEVUE , NEAR 11. R
depot , a line 10-ruom house , tine KioumH
obundanl fruit ; alto 4-room collage. Henry T.
Clarke , No. 219 Hoard of Trade , Om.ilia. nr
W. H. Ilelz. llellcvue. D 730
VERY DEsTllAULE FURNISlfED IIOUSE ,
close In. J , II. Sherwood. 4JJ N. Y. Life.
} D-S31
TKN-ROOIJi'MODERN HOUSE , CLOSE IN
G-room cottage , city \\atu , sti.ro building , 13) ) :
1'a.nam. L. S. SKInmr , agent , 31J New Yorli
LI to. D-MS.'l
ID-ROOM IIOUSE. MODERN , LOCATED 2J1
Douglas. W. F. Clark. D MII5G-JU *
TWO 9-ROOM HlliriC HOUSICS. 1339-11 I'AllI' '
uvcnue , facing IHnvom patk , nearly new
hnrd wood tinlsh ; that class modem con <
\enlences. Inquire 1116 South :2nd street.
1J-M329
FOR RENT , PLATS NEWLY CLEANED , PA
pered nnd painted at northeast corner llth nm
Howard , H5 n month. Inoulro room 314 Firs1
National lank building. DI21-13
6 AND 7-ROOM FLATS. WITH RANGE AND
all modern conveniences ; awnings , screens un '
janitor service. Call at corner Hat. 701 S. 16t !
< stj from 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. George Clouier.
D M5J4
J-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. DETACHED ,
beautiful lawn ; shnda tieed. COS South 2btli.
Apply to J , H. Parrolte , Douglas block.
D-MG1' ' ) 17
TWO COTTAGKS , ONU FURNISHED ; MOD-
orn. SOii So. Mill Et D-C15 8
roil RENT. A COMPLETELY FURNISHED
house , bc.iutlfully located , convenient to bubl-
ne-s. For particulars Inquire otj , . B. Skinner ,
room 310. New Yoik Life. D 1S ! )
TOR RENT. FINE COTTAGE. 11ARN. LARGE
lawn , on car line. It. C. Patterson , Ramg'hlk
to- D-1J7
2 ELEGANT 6-UOOM COTTAGES JUST IIUILT ,
jr..r ! > u. Fidelity Tiust company , 1702 Tainani.
D-642
ELEGANT 9-ROOM MODERN DITTACIIED
houee , S16 S. 31st nve. Fidelity Trust com
pany. 1702 I'ntnnm street. D 013
FOP. RENT. FOR THE SUMMER , A FUR-
nlshetl house of * o\cn rooms and laundry , on
c.ic line , near Ilanscom parK. Addrc n R 4S.
lleo. D MOW 7'
Tmfii > ROOM"COTTAGE WITH GARDEN , s.
E. Cor 2nl ! and Clark St. Inquire 1313 Jackson -
son St. D CC8
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. J10.W. 19 AND CLARK.
Inqulie 122 Clarlc. U-Mi-t'
_
flUXKM 1 lOUSi : , ALI. MODERN. AND PAIVT
of { multure for sale , ! ,2A ) Poppleton A\e.
D-6IJI-9'
_
RENT. JULY AND AUGUST. rT'lT-
nUthtj. 1 oitso.uth largo lawn , mar Ht. M.ir > ' &
nve , Address R St ) . IIe. . D MC71
BRICK , MODERN. KEYS KOI
Capitol ove. , ndjtfiilns D M67C 12 *
FOR RENT. A IIAND.sO.ME. NEWLY FUR-
niched ' ttage , only 6 blncKrf from ixwlolllce.
Only Ilisl-chiss nppllcnws considered No chil
dren. Address R 51 , Be D-MC379
MIOOM"MODERN COTTAGE EAST FRONT ,
fine lavMi. full lot , lioautlfnl home for pniall
fumlly. 3C2 N. 4ilh. rent , K5.00. D-GJl
lOlt BENT SOOMS.
NICE SOUTH 1'RONT ROOM. WELL FUR-
nlnhcd. pi hate family. Call : il ! Ca-u BL
E M433
DOl > CiE. 'i-MfT
PURNISIIED ROOM. 02 * S. 15TH STREET.
E MI07-J1J'
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. &r ; x-ni A\ :
U M318-S *
ron Rn.vr. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
rooms. GO ! S. 13'Ji. K 816 J)2
FURNISHED ROOM , HATH , j. 19U FARNUI.
UJTC *
IIOUSEKEEWNG ROOMS : CONVENIENT ,
cheap , cool , Ulec lann. 2iill St , Mary's.
E M573 7 *
LOCATION CONVENIENT AND UOPMS WELL
hnl. lth or without tnurd ; lln" shade
> 3 ruruam , U-MCil 1S
3TTJKNI8HED ROOMS AND B OA.RD
inn nosn. N2 > HARNEY. MU : FURNISHED
rfaom with IvarJ ; t-i.Ci-lal rate * li > * . "nlj"n' | ' . ' } ,
siTc"biv > m 3. WITH rx-
c : itnt U a. etc. IOS N Ht . , - . , , .
TCI ? RENT STORES AND OFFICES
DESK ROOM WILLIAM J. WKLSHANH. 331
llonrd of Trade. 1-M587
rorfuKNT , THRE"E"BTORY AND RAS"KMKNT
brick st'ire building , 100J Knrnnm rtreet. Lai go
elexnlor ; flrst-cliuis condition , suitable for nny
kind of builn" i. R iT > nnhle trrmi. Inquire
room 311 first National bank building.
t HO- ' . :
roil RKNT-THK 4 STORY RR1CK I1CILDINO ,
! ( IO Farnnm street. This building has u lire-
proof cement basrnent , c itnpleU1 meant hent-
im ? fixtures , water nn nil floors , gas , cte. Ap
ply nt the nince of The Hee. 1 910
AGENTS WANTED.
MEN AND WOMEN. M TO 1 > A DAY. At > -
drnM the Ilnndy Il-ater Co. , S31 New Yorl : Life
bldg. , Omaha , Nib. J 913
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED. FOR HI MMER MONTHS , PUR.
nlshcd house of 0 or 7 looms , wnh 5Bid nnd
simile I roes. Ad.lrni roum 210 , Isl Nat Ilk.
bl.U. . K-.M07I 7
RENTAL AGENCY.
O. G. WALLACE , RENTALS , 512 11IIOWN
blk. L-M 05
STORAGE.
STORAGE , FRANK EWERS , 1211 HARNEY.
Mu.
T STORAGE I1UILDING IN OMAHA. U. H.
KOV. bond wniPhoiif' ; household goodi stored ;
lowest ratLS. 1013-1015 Lenvcnworlh. M43i )
ITOVES STORED DURING SUMMER. TIM *
900. 1207 Douglas. Omaha Stove Repair Works.
M437
APIPIC STORAGE & WAREHOUSE CO . 9T1I
& Jones sts. General storage and forwardlms.
MI jS
WANTED TU B1TX
S or CLOTHING. anxTS1 rritNisn-
. ats nnd shoes. S. Arnsteln , IWi Douclas
ctrect. Omnhn , Neb N M7M JS
I'ANTIID TO Ilt'V GOOD DRIVING IIORSH ,
not lee sm.ill , BTitle nnd fairly B m l sp'iil ,
or will tnki1 a home for Its lto"pniT. ! tcjponsllilo
pirly and good caie taken. Address It 51 ,
Iee ! office. N-IMI-0'
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[ ANTlTl ) . TO I1UY 'Oi MAKC IJICYCM3 TOR
caih , mate imke , time used and prli-e Ad-
dreis R 69 , Ilee. N-6M-7 *
Toil SALli i'URNITURE.
'Oil HAI-n-ON ACCOUNT Of RI3.MOVAI. TO
New V.tk , will nell all the fuinllure , carpels ,
ntc . lit n Id-room house cheap. Call al 6ot
B. zulh n\e. O-M433
OR SAI.H IJY A FAMILY MOVING OUT OV
tliu city 1 Andrews double folding bed writing
desk pattern , I Gnrlnnd range , 1 chlld'u play
tent In Us tecond fceann , 1 hard coal slo\c ,
Milcndld heater. Addrcs * R 51 , Dee ollli-e.
M GOING TO MOVU AND 1'VK GOT TO
Bell a cook 6to\e , n bedroom sel , and some
odd pieces of furnllure. The > 'll l > cheap
for cash. Cor. 15th and Uurdel'e. O CCVC
FOR .HORSE-S.WAGONS.ETO
IRST CLASS FAMILY 1IORSI2 AND TINT
tilmeton. S30 Soulh ! lst. 1' MOW 7'
riNH GENTLU THAM AND CARRIAOK
.nrmlro Llnlngcr , Mctcalf. Co. 1' W3-10 *
, S'ILL-IJRID : FAMILY OR IIROOD MARI : .
125 W. Unaulre 2il2 Nnr. 2llh SI. P 6il-9 *
TDK
, VIGMAN : PIANOS , rmiDGKPORT ORGANS.
\\oodbrldge llios. , 117 S. lilh. Qlll
1ARDWOOD COMniNATION HOG AND
chicken fence. Chas. It. Lee , 9th und Douglas.
run STANDARD CATTLI : co. , AMIS. NUM. ,
has 400 tons good baled hay to sell. Q M4I3
OR BALK. A PUT DECR. 1NQLIR12 AD.
IJrandles , lloston Slore. Q-M6D1
CUBAN FRECKLES SOLD ERYWHHRE , , BC
Cjl&i iliI !
OR SAI.K , PREMIUM HKGIrfTKRrH ) JERSEY
cow , very line. 11. C. 1'atteraun , Rinw blk
Q MM7 9
'OR SALE. LARGE SPECIAL ORDER MUSK
ljx , with J100 table , full orchestral atlnrli-
menli ; Just new. nt half price. Parlies going
to Europe. Adolph Mejer , music otoic.
Q MCOG 9
CORN FOR SALE , THE STANDARD CATTLI
Co. , Ames , Neb. , ha\o 2J.i ) bushels good ,
Bound , dry coin to sell , which cm b loader
mid shipped as desired from their clevulo ;
at Ames , Neb. Q-M695
WANTED. USE OF HORSE AND BUGGY FOR
thn keip through June and July ; best of care
Address R 47 , Bee. R-C41-6
CLAIRVOYANTS
MRS. DR. H. WARREN , CLAIRVOYANT. REliable -
liable business medium , Sth ) ear at 119 N. 16th.
S413
MASSAGE. iiA'i'Hb. KTO.
MADAM SMITH. 002 S. 13TH.2D FLOOR. ROOM
magnetic , vapor , alcohol , steam , sulphurlne
nnd sea baths. T M573-S *
MOST COMMODIOUS BATH PARLOUS IN
city. Mme. llowell. 31S & 320 S. loth , tlmioiighly
piuctlcul chiropodist and manicurist attendant.
MADAM LA RUE. 1G17 HOWARD ST.
MUS. DR. LEON. ELEGANT MASSAGE AND
electric bnlh pailoii , restful nnd refreshing.
No. 41 ! North lllh slrcet. T MGOI 8'
MASSAGE. MADAME 1JERNARD. 1121 DODGE.
T M039 Jy 4
UATHS.
TURKISH BATHS ; ONLY PLACE IN CITY
exclusively for ladles. Suite 109-1U , Ilia bldg.
LADIES' UATHS , C FOR J3. MME. POST. 319W
S. 15. 730
PERSONAL.
TIIH BELLI : TPPERLY CORSET , MADE TO
order from measure. 1909 Farnam street.
street.U
U 383
VIAVI CO. , 340 11EK BLDG. ; HEALTH HOOK
free ; homo treatment ; lady attendant. U441
B. HAAS , FLORIST. PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS ,
llamiuet , hall , residence and grave decorations.
1813 Vlnton street. Telephone 77C. U M4I5
RATHS , MASSAGE. MME. POST , 310VJ S. IVTII.
CUBAN FRECKLES , WORTH 13C FOR CC.
PLEDGES NOT REDEEMED OR EXTENDED
tiv June IS v\lll be sold at auction. Kifd Mohle ,
15I7',3 Farnam. _ U M2I3 II
PR 1 V\TI n IOM E FOR LADIES DURING
tlnemont ; babies nduplol or otherwlxo provided
for. 2031 Chailes all eel , Omaha , N b.
UMItllELLAS COVERED AND REPAIRED ,
316 , No. IClh. Jas. Henderson. U 3S7 J 27
BARGAIN. 12 CABINET PHOTOS. 12 DAVIE3 ,
113 U IClli Btrcot , opposite Boston Mure
U MW9 30
WHO WANTS TO DONATE AN ICE BOX TO
the Y. W. C. A. , room 10 HP" building The
12th street No.ind.iy Host Is nlsj much 111 need
of n two-hole oil stove. Will not norm- one
Int-rested In Ibis work respjnd ut once , leav
ing same al 613 S. 12lh slrcel ? U MGK S
IT TRAVELS EVERYWHERE. WHAT ?
ClnrKi's Purr Rye Whisky goes lito families
to euro In enses of sudden slcknesi. In bottles
tles , at the dealer * . U M63) 7
AT'TTTvATE PARTY HAS MONEY TO LOAN
on pianos , jewels , blt * > cles , etc. Husln'Si
strictly conll'liiitlal. ' Address I'oatr Ilin' H > x
32J. U M"OJ
_ _
C. M. O. 1IIART. SI. D. . HAS RESUMED
practice. Piactlce limited to dlsenson of Iho
fkln. Odlce hours b > rpcclal apiulnimenl.
Tel. l.SIJ. 127 S. 2Jlh st. U MIOJ n
HAVE "YOUR OLD CMIPETS MADE INTO
rusj ; any slzo ) ou wish. 1321 L < avenwoith
street. U MTuS J0
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. . 3U N. Y. LIKE ,
loans at ! < > w lalvs lor thnice security in Ne-
bcsKa nnd Iowa laima cr O imha city property ,
W4lti
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAIIA
leal cttatv. Brcnnan , Low & Co. . Puxton blk.
WH7
MONKY TO LOAN ON OMAIIA REAL ESTATE
l per c'nt. W. II. Melkrl , lit Nat. Ilk bldg.
W413
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAH \
propelly. Pldelli ) Trust cumpany , 1702 Farnam.
INVESTORS DIRECTORY CO. , 10 WALL ST. .
New York , offer any part 1'JO.OOO ' tastuu In-
Vfklor's namc < , vvho have muney to Inveit ,
just complld.Yrlto for partli'uHr. * .
W-M303 J25
UANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
rrcpeity , W. Furnam.Smith & Co. . ttl ) r.iinam.
WI5J
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE
O. r. DavU Co. . 1M5 Farnam it. W431
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CITY LOANS. O. A. 8TARR. H5 N. V. I.IFK.
WtM
LIFE INSfilANCi ; I-OL1CI1M WJANED ON
or bouiht. F , O. Chccncy , Kun aj City , Mo.
C\PIT\U IJ.CM.OOl ; SURPLUs JtOO.CWt U. K.
Mi-rtLOKc Truu Co. , New Y il I" r o p r rent
I un * on city i > roi riy aptlr to Puwy A Thoinar ,
tcent * . roira .01 l'l ; t Nat 1 uii.W LIJjW
W -Z3
Diffuse HeSIp !
( f'vs * W / In this way- When you sceJiow Pearline
% Y/C * jf/y las helped you , tell others pd let it help
X Vtv / ' ' them. Where a womar js trying to do
< x
' "I/'t 'N\ housework in the oldjiwrd-working ,
rubbing way , it's actual charity to
tell her about Pearline. Perhaps
she uses it for scrubbing , washing
dishes , etc. , but can't believe that in
v/ashing clothes it can save so , ich work and
wear without doing harm.
Your personal experience might convince
her. That would help Pearline , to be sure
but think how much more it would help
her , by saving time and strength and real
money.
Peddlers nnd some unscrupulous gro.
T77" 'fl" * ccrsvill tell you "this is us peed as"
_ _ , W Cirl. C or "the same as 1'earline. " IT'S
FALSE Pearline is never peddled . if your grocer sends you r.n imi
tation , be honest send it tack. 440 JAMES 1'VLE , New York.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
IONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
lure , pianos , horses , uagons , or any kind of
chattel security nt lowest possible rates , which
you ran pay bach nt nny time or In nn/
amount. FIDELITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO ,
Room 4 , Wllhnell block. X43I
. 1) . HADDOCK , 11OOM 427. KAMGE ULOriC.
X135
1ONIV TO I JO AN ON FURNITURE AND
pianos. Fled Terry , 43) Ilamge blk. X45G
IONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS.
horses , \\nBons , vie. , at lowest rates In city ;
no removal of goodn ; strlilly confidential , jou
can pay the lonn off at any time or In any
amount.
amount.OMAHA
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
300 So. leth Ht
HtX470
X470
BUSINESS CHANCES.
UDAN FRECKLES , Tim ONLY CIGAR , EC.
Y1S4 J21
'Oil SALE MY LOAN AND JEWELRY HUSI-
ness. Fred Mohle , 1517V4 1'arnam.
Y-M891-J11
M I'OH A GOOD PAYING MANUFACTURIng -
Ing business ; must be solil at once. Addiess
H PS , Bee. Y 1,93 12 *
TO nn WEAK in MlsER MILE
Slrenglhcn the weakened sjslem vlth < 'laik 'H
1'uio Hjo Whisky , the greatest tonic known.
Always in Imttlcs. At ilenlers. Y MG9S 7
FOR EXCHANGE.
'AHM LANDS IN NORTHWEST MISSOUUI.
for stock of hardware or Implements. Knox &
Hlsscr , 37',4 I'carl St. , Council Bluffs. In ,
ZI17J23
STORY BRICK IIOTKL. MODERN ; TRADE
ciiuity for land. Ames , 1017 Farnam.A .
A MG3I S
ON BUSINESS STREET , riltST-CLASS PROP ,
crty ; good Improvements , trade equity for
clear property. Ames , 1C17 Farnam.
Z-MC3I 8'
JOOERN niOHT-ROOM HOUSE. CLEAR ,
full lot ; on Nlnteentli street boulivanl. want
smaller place between IHirt und Lrtavenwm th.
niRhtrenth nnd Twenty-setcnth. Slrlngei &
Gue , Frenzer block. J5 MC4u 7 *
WANT CLEAR REAL ESTATE AND SOME
cn h for a complete stock of clothing and fur
nishing Roods , \alued at $10,000 00 Address
It W , lleo. / MGIO 11
XR TRADE , A SIX-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT
nrid cash for a stock of hardware and stoves.
W. V. Stoetzel. . 52 039-11
FOH HALE M.aali ESTATE.
ABSTRACTS , THK BYRON REED COMPANY.
RE 15S
BARGAINS. HOUSES. LOTS AND FARM )
sale or trade. F. K. Darling , Barker lllnck.
Ri : ISO
MPROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAHA
at prices that will surpilse sou , If taken with
in 2 weeks. J. It. Sherwood , 423 N. V. Life.
RE-139
1AROAINS , SAI.H OR TRADE IN CITY I'UOl'-
crtles and farms. John N. Frcnzcr. opp. I" , o.
HI3 101
SNAPS , 6 TO C MILHS FROM OMAHA I' . O.
40. 80 or 120 acres , Improved , $30.00 per acre ;
200 acres. J35.00 per acre ; 250 acres , $40.00 per
acre ; G 10-acro tracts. J75.00 to J100.CO per acre.
Must bo sold. 910 N. Y. Life bide. RK 402
FARM LANDS. C. F. HARRISON. N. Y. L.
RE-MS-J7 *
7-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE , 3G2 N. 40TH ,
only $3,700.00 ; great bargain. Iin M700
HOMnS ON EASY PAYMENTS. SELL AND
buy lots , acres , farms. Garvln llros. , 210 N. Y. L
Ri : 463
CITY WATER. GOOD HOUSn. 5 ROOMS , IVt > oo
cash , balance $30 00 to J40 0) each 3 months ,
6 per cent Interest ; price , $1,000.0) Ames. 1C1
Fainatn. RE MG33 8'
NKAT 5-ROOM HOUSE , CLOSE CARS. $80000
easy pajments ; Interest C per cent. $77" > 00
cash. Ames , 1017 Fat num. RE MC33 S *
CORNER , S LARGE ROOMS ; LOT SMALI
neir cars , } 2M 00 cash ; bal.ince enxj , Into-fs
C per cent , price , $950 00. Ames , 1617 Fninam
RK-MG33 8
lU'NDRIJD AND FIFTY CASH. DALANCI
easy , Interest C per cent , buys best 6-ro > m
house In Omaha ; price , $700.00 Ames. 1CF
Farnam. Rn-.MC33 S
FOR SAI.n. AN IMPROVIID HASTHRN NK
lirasKa farm of 32 > ) acres. Is now rulslnR an
Immense crop ; terms cash. W. F. Stoetz * ! ,
1st door So. of P. O. nu-070-ll
I HAVH SnVHRAL DUSIRAllLi : SMALL
farms for rain , situated near Dls Arc , county
neat of Pialrle county. None but Rood In
dustrious peiple need npply. For further In
formation address U. F. llelne , Dls Arc. Ar
kansas. Iin SI7W 0
B102CLE& .
M. O. DAXON. 402 N. 16TII. 461
van-oil nicYci.is. THK FINF.ST OF ALL
bicycles. Omaha Bicycle Co. , S23 N. 16th street.
4CO
STHRLING IIUILT LIKU A WATCH. WF.ST-
cm Electrical Supply Co. , 1315 Howard sticet
463
sni : TIII : VISHILI : HALL IIKAIUNGS ON
Relay Special. Will Bainum Bro. . 120 N. Filh.
407
REMINGTON AND EAGLE. CROSS GUN CO. ,
11G S. 13th street. 4C3
A. U DEANIJ & CO , WHOLESALE AND RE-
tall ble > cles. 1116 Farnum street ; bicycles
sold on easy payments. 4 i
WESTERN BICYCLE S. GFN CO..2I1C CL'MINQ
479
MANTELS , GttATjSb AND TILES.
WOOD MANTLES. GRATES , TILES FOR FIRE
places , \cstlljulpH and large Hours , write for
catalogue. Hilton Rogers & Sons. Omaha.
471
PASTUKAGE.
WE HAVE 100 ACRES OF BLVE GRASS PAS.
turu for horses , botrd fence , sprlnff water ;
Barton & Phelpa. Gllmore. Neb. , or A W.
Phelps & Son. 107 N. Y. Lit * bldg. . Tel. 1031.
47S-July !
PASTURE. CATTLE & HORSES , T. MFRHAY.
503-J15
BLUE GRASS , SPRING WATER ; II. H. IIAR-
dcr & Co , Bee Lulldlnff. 2J1
NOTICE I. THE FNDERSIONED , WILL TAKE
In horses and colts to pasture , feed and caio
for the jcar round In Howaid Co. . Nebinska.
WMcli this paper for particulars by the 10th
of June. 1313 , Charles Gans. By Gco. G. Gans ,
foreman , 1 * . O. box 136 , St. Paul , NebMM311
M-M3-11
UNDERTAKERS AND EMU ALMEK3
II. K. HURKET , FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
embalmer. 1018 Chicago St. , telephone 94. 47 *
SWANSON & VALIEN , 1701 CUMINO , TEL. 10CO
473
SI. 0 MAFL. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALM ,
er. 1117 Fainatn st . telephone 22S. 471
U. W. BAKER. UNDERTAKER. 013 S. 16TH ST.
471
HOTELS.
IIOTKL BARKER , 13TH ANt ) JONES ST3.
73 ruoms nt fl SO per day
30 rooms nt JtOv JKrtnv. .
Special rates in comnurd.il lrn\elfr . Room
and boaid b > wcik or inonih. Frank Hlldlteh ,
manaser 47 $
AETNA HOUHi : ( EUROPEAN ) , N. W. COR.
IJth and Dodeo. Rooms by day or wvek.
479
DRESSMAKING IN FAMILIES. 43)4 nuntttte
S'M-JJO-
DRESSMAKINO IN PRIVATE FAMILIES.
I'll anJ tle cuuruntuvd. AdJrrn It > 3. ll e.
63S.J'
PUMPJ A.\i > WINDMILLS.
J II. rtOYDE.V. VUMPS AND WIND MILIJJ.
ill fcmds fl pump repitrlne. I ave orderi
wuli Chur.'b'Il ' Pump Co. Telephone Mi
COAL
) . T. MOUNT HAS REMOVED HIS COAL
ofllce to 20'J S ICth St. , Brown block. 476
A GOOD THING PUSH IT ALONG. MAY BE
the latest slam ; phrase , but that's just what
we're doing wllh SHERIDAN COAL. 8.000 tons
* old In Omaha last yenr We Rle you 5 000
His. of the best WyomltiR cooking coal for $4 5) .
Victor White , mur. , 160J Farnam st. Tel. 127.
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION.
SHARES IN Mt'TFAL L. K B ASS'N PAY
C , 7 , 8 per cent when 1 , 2 , 3 years old , nl n)9
leJcetnable. 1701 Farnam st. NattlnKcr , Sec.
4SO
HOW TO GET A HOME OR SEPUHE GOOD
Intcrst on sa\nfrs. Apply to Omaha L. K B.
Ass'n , 1701 Bee Bide. G. M. Nattlnger , See.
4S1
MEDIUMS.
WHOEVER SEES THIS , AND IS IN ANY
trouble , send a stamp to the only Rreat clnl"
\oynnt and medium , for free ndvlcc. but ask
no questions , don't be humbURged by trnl l *
Inff fakers , Inrateil for > ears. I never fall
Wm. ( larneld , MD Cth n\e , DCS Mrtnes. la
This offer three wieks. 62211 *
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. MORRILL , PAPER HANGING. HOt'SE
Klgn painting , brick woik. plnstorlnc ; off. R. 1 ,
Barker blk. ; tel. 733 ; shop 913 N. 2tth st.
431
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL. 513 N. Y LIFE
M I1J
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
GEORGE F GELLENBEC-K , BANJO AND
IfUltar teacher. 1911 Oass street. M 10D
TUTORING IN HIGH SCHOOL STFD1ES DFR-
IMK' the summer nt 2323 Farnam sttevt Jessie
Towne. M707 9
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
ELEPTRICAL ENOINKKIIS AND CONTRACtors -
tors for electric light and mntor plants nnd nil
kinds of ele < trlcal construction Western Elec
trlcal Supply Co. . 1515 Howard si 432
PAWNBROKERS.
H. MAROW1TZ LOANS MONEY. 418 N. 16 st
4S3
DANCING.
MR. AND MRS. MOKANt > WILL GIVE Pill-
nto lessons In dancing , at their home. 2306
IJoclRe stteet , dutlng the bummer. 223-J23
LO = T.
LOST JUNE 4 , ON PARK AVE. SOUTH OP
Jackson , pair eyeglawses. Return J II. Mans ,
2Sth nnd Woolwotlh. List C90-C *
LOST. WHITK AND ATTI-LOW SETTER HITCH
nnmeil "Duiik , " rcwnnlr return tn J Lennox ,
527 So. 21st avenue. Lost M703 7 *
FOUND.
TAKEN UP , ROAN PONY WITH WHITE
face. Walt M. Victor , 3034 Lnll : stieet.
Found MCH 7
DENTISTS.
DR. I'AUti. DENTIST , 2020 HURT ST. , 437
BUSINESS NOTICES.
DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILVERED , 71 } N. 15
431 !
Lawyers and solicitors. SUES & CO.
OMAIIA , Neb. Atlvico KHEB.
RAILWAK TIME CARD
Leaves IBURLINGTON & MO. RIVER lArrlves
_ OinuhalLiilonDepot _ , 10th . _ Maimn Stii.l Omaha
fO:15am : Denver Express. 7. 9.10am
4i3pm : Ulk. HUls. Mont. & Puget Snd. Ex. 4:0 , pm
4.3Jpm Denver Express 4:05iim :
b:46pm..Nebraska : Lucal ( except Sunday. . 7:4jpm :
8lJum..Lincoln : Local ( except hunuav ) . , llun ;
2:45pm..Fast : Mallfor Lincoln ) dally. . . .
leaves ( CHICAGO , BURLINGTON S. Q.IArrlves"
Oinahal Union Depot , loth & Ma on Sis.I Omaha
4:43pm : Chicago Vestibule 9:50am :
9Warn ; Chicago Express 4Ui > m
1 : Mpm..Chicago nnd St. Louis Express. . 8:0uam :
ll:3ium : Paclllc Junction Local 5.30pm
. . . . . . . . .Fast Mall. . . . . . 2:4.pm :
Leaves ( CHICAGO , MIL. & faT. PAUL.Arrives (
OmahalUnlon Depol. IDlh & Mason Sis f Omaha
C.COpm Chicago Limited 9.30am
HilCam..Chicago Express ( ex.Sun..j ) _ . . b.OOpni
Leaves ( CHICAGO & NOUTHWUarN.Arrives (
OmalmlUnion Depol. 10th * c Mason Sts.Omaha [
ll:03am : Eastern Express & :3upm :
4:00pm : Vestlbtiled Limited 9:40am :
0.50am Mo. Vnlley Lota ! lO.SJpm
64Jpm ! Omaha Chicago Special 2ltum
Leaves I CHICAGO , R. I. & . PACIFIC. .Arrives
OmahnlUnlon Depot , 10th U Mason Sta. | Omaha
ll:00am : . .Atlantic Express ( ex Sunday ) . . . 5J5pm :
C.Sopin Night Express 0:35um :
4:30pm : . . .Chicago Votlbultd LlmlU-d. . . . 1.3Cpm
WEST. J"
„
CtWpm .Oklahoma & Texas Ex ( ex Sun.l5r33an ;
IMOpm Colorado Llmllcil 4:00pm :
leaves ! C. . ST. P. . M. & O. ( Airives
Oninli.il _ DepptiiJlh and Webster Sts. | Omaha
9.25am..Nebraska Passenger ( dally ) . . . . Sil'.pm
4:30pm..Stoux : City Expietsiex. Sun..11 Mam
C10pm ; St. Paul Limited 10.35am
Leaves ; ' . , n. a MO. VAI.LH1. ( Arrives
_ pmahalDepot.15thnnd Webster Sis. ( Omaha
. Fast Mall and Express . 4 : " > 3pm
2:10pm.ex. : ( Sat. ) Wyo. Ex. ( ex. Man. ) . . 4.55pm
9 :05am. : . . Norfolk Express ( ex. Sunday ) . . .10.30am
_ 6jOpm. ; . . . . . . . . . ; StPanl _ _ I l presa . 1035am
Leaves I K. C..S T. J A'C is. ( Arrives
OmahalUnlon Depot. 10th te Slason Sts. ( Omaha
8 50am. . . . Kansas ClTy'Diiy Express . . . . 6:30pm :
9l5pm. : K. c. Night Ex A'la U. 1' . Tron . 6:00am :
Leaves I MISSOURI PACIFIC. ( Arrives
Omaha ] Depot. ! othnntl _ Webster 81s. | Omaha
10:40am St. I ulVJ5xpfe s C:00am
9:30pm : St. Louis Hxpress 6:0 : < pm
3.30pm Nebraska Local ( ex. dun ) . . . . 900am !
Leaves f SIOUX CITY ft. PACIFIC , lArrlves
Omalml Depot , lth nnd Webster Sts. f Omaha
YilOpm . St. "Pai4l'Irlmlteil . 10:33am :
Leaves I SIOUX CITlVA PACIFIC. JAnlves
mahaJUnlpn Depot , loll ) > t Mason Sts. | Omaha
"
" " " "
sTsSamT. . . . . . .Sioux CIlylMssemfer. . . . IDiST.nm
; 3jpm . . . .St. Paill 'Limited . J2:25pm :
Leaves I
OmahalUnlon Depot , 101U & Meson 81i. | Oin.iliq
1000am ; . Kcnrni-r 'Express . 3l1m :
S0pm : . Overland ' 'Vlyer. ' . S:3Jpm :
2OOpm.Beat'ce& ! Btrom5trC ( Kx. ( ex. Sun ) . 3lipm :
7:3ipm : . Pacllln KiVire J . nri : .ini
6ipm : . Fn t Mall . 4:10pn : ;
' "
leaves \VATlASHaiiAlL"WAY I lA
Onittl'tJnlon _ Dcpal , lOllt & Mason Sl , | Omahi
" *
. . "St. Ix > uU Ciinnon Ball . . 12 35pm
President Piuliecl nl h Work.
WASHINGTON' , June C. The preaMont Is
devoting all his time to closing up the busi
ness before him that must be attended to
before lie leaves Washington , so that he may
have a few weeks for recreation when he
goes to Gray Gabion , The builnem now
chiefly engrossing hla attention ls the filling
of cabinet and other official vacancies and
examination of charges against odlca holders.
It. U the desire of tha president to fill all
tbe larger olllcca now vacant before he goes
away. Today he received a number of
callers. Among the first was Attorney Gen
eral Olncy , who remains. ! a short time.
Shortly afterward Acting Secretary Uhl pre
sented some business of the State depart
ment and remained with the president for
some time. Several congressmen aUo saw
tbe president-
AUIOS T READY FOR TRIAL
Latest Addition to the Navy is a Queer
Looking Graft.
NLW RAM KATAHDIN A GREAT SUCCESS
l'roinl r tn llrcnnio n I'nriulilnliU' Ailjtinct
to tln < Vessels In Uncle S mi's Rap
idly UrnnltiR Fleet of War
hill ps.
WASHINGTON , Juno 0. Naval odlccrs arc
much encourage J by the reports which como
to the Navy department of the ixrtormaucca
of the MIII Katahdln at Hath , Mo. White no
official returns have been received It Is known
that the builders of the queer craft nrc mak-
Ink private trials of engines ami boilers and
machinery generally , nnd na far as they have
proceeJod they nro said to hold out the
promise that the ram will certainly exceed
the speed required of her by contract seven-
eon knots per hour. It was found on the
rst trial that the cnslni's were not work-
B off all of the steam which the boilers
ould generate , and upon application to the
cpartmcnt the builders of the boat were
janted permission to change the setting of
he valves so as to permit of moro steam
asslng through the cylinders of the triple-
xpanslon engine. This waa effected by Ue-
aylng the cutting off of the steam to a latter
iart of tl.o stroke. The benefits of this
hange were manifested Immediately. The
ureau of Steam Engineering originally
ccommcnded a certain style of propeller to
icct the needs of the peculiar lines of the
ull of the boat , but yielded to the wishes of
ho contractors who had a design of their
wn which they believed would be more
ffectlve. T'io first trial demonstrated the
nodlclency of this propeller , and when the
loted English naval constructor , Mr. liylos ,
he designer of the I'arls and Ne York ,
Islted the Hath works recently ; and was
akcn on a trial trip on the ram he promptly
londemned the propeller and recommended
he very typo which had been originally btig-
; esteil by the etiglneerliiK bureau , longer In
ho blades by six Inches thin the one In place ,
ut with narrow blades that would not pro
lent a greater surface to the water. The
iropeller of this style will probably be pat
n place before the official trial and In con
cctlon with the Improvements that have
eon effected In the engines , It Is believed
hat the boat will make at least eighteen
mots or moro. Owing to her peculiar moJcl
ho Katahdln would be very much retarded
jy rough water such as she encountered on
lier first trial trip , and be&ldct' , she was not
inly carrying moro weight than Is required
'or a trla" trip , but she was down by the
lead , and tbos obliged when driven to plow
deeply Into the water , which , of course , Is
ncompatlbtc with the attainment of any great
degree of speed. These things will bo cor
rected In the next trial and the builders will
doubtless avail themselves of the provision In
he contract that the boat shall be trleJ only
n smooth water , because she was designed
'or hatbor u.so . alone.
FOR TIIK OKUI.UGICAL SURVEY.
\\ork for the KnsiiliiK Yenr llns Iloon I'ully
AIui > | > "il Out.
WASHINGTON , Juno C. Secretary Hoke
Smith has approved the plan of operations
for the coming fiscal year submitted to hlir. .
by Director Wolcott of the geological survey ,
Out of a total appropriation of $515,490 for
the survey $118,700 Is to bo devoted to geo-
oglcal purposes. Jn the New England re-
; lon four parties will bo employed under
1'rof. N. S. Shalcr , 13. K. Emerson , T. Nelsor
Dale and W. II. Dobbs. They will bo nl
owed $7,500 for the year. In the Apalachlan
region there will be seven parties. Two of
these will be in Now York and New Jersey
nnd will have $3,7GO. Three will examine
t'no coal beds In Virginia , West Virginia ,
Tennessee and Alabama , having $ SSOO. A
sixth will expend $1,500 In Georgia and Ala
bama , and the seventh $3,000 In Maryland ,
Virginia and North Carolina.
In what Is called the Atlantic coast re
gion some work will bo clone In New Jersey
and Pennsylvania by one party , and $3,000
will bo expended by another In work In the
Florida phosphate beds. The Interior cf
the Mississippi region has four parties. I'rof.
C. Van Hlse will have $8,000 to Investigate
Iron mines In the nortli. I'rof. T. C. Cham
berlain will spend $3,000 In New York , Illi
nois and Iowa In work on glacial reports.
C. K. Gilbert will Investigate artesian well
prospects In Colorado and Kansas and has
$6,500. U. T. Hill has $6.000 for work in
Texas. In the Rocky mournum region the
Aspen mines of Colorado will be studied
and a preliminary survey made of the min
ing regions of New Mexico , Arizona , Colorado
rado , Utah , Wyoming , Idaho and Montana.
This will ccst $7.000.
In the 1'aclfie coast region S. K. Dlller
will use $4,000 on the coal and gold mines
of Oregon. Three parties will have $8,000
to use In California. Eighteen hundred
dollars Is allotted to keep up the petrographlc
laboratory , $8,000 for coal Investigations In
Washington and $9,500 for work In the gold
fields of Alaska.
In the division of liydrography there will
be two parties , one In the east and another In
the west , having respectively $2,800 and
$10,000 to expend. The work consists of
guaglng streams and examining the water
resources of the country. In the mining
resources division , a register of all the mines
In the country will bo made nnd
the work of mapping the mineral
deposits will bo begun. For topographical
graphical work the Atlantic region Is
allowed $40,000 and the Central. ( Tlocky
mountain and Pacific regions $30,000 each.
On the surveying department preliminary
trlangulatlons will bo made In Colorado ,
Oregon , Washington and Indian territory.
TIII : LAND ( IRAMV.
Another Important Itiilltv.iy Mult Itonchei
HID Suir | ino Court.
WASHINGTON , Juno C. The case of S. W.
Carey and others , stockholders of the Houston
& Texas Railroad company , against the pres
ent management of that company and various
other parties , Including the Southern Pacific
Railroad company and C. I * . Huntlngton ,
which has been before the federal courts of
Texas for the past seven years , has reached
the United States supreme court on an appli
cation for a writ of error to the circuit court
of appeals for the Fifth circuit , made by the
original plaintiffs. The basis of procedure Is
the alleged sale of the Houston & Texas rail
road In the Interest of the Southern Pacific. The
Houston road wiu organized originally as the
Galvcston & lied River railroad and received
a grant of land amounting In the aggregate
to 5,500,000 acres. The road was absorbed
by the Southern Pacific and It Is alleged In
the complaint that It was so manipulated as
to reduce the value of the stock from SS
cents on the dollar to 53 cents. The land
of the company was sold under a foreclosure
alleged to have been Irregular , and at prices
which are stated to bo far below their real
value. The plaintiff. * ask to have the decree
for the sale of the lands net asldo and also
pray for other relief. The decisions of the
courts below have been against the plaintiffs.
They claim they own $570,000 woith of the
stock of the Houston & Texas road.
Supreme Juilco * < i to Utirlc.
WASHINGTON , Juno 0. U Is understood
that with the exception of Justice Jackson
all the Justices of the supreme court will
go to their circuits during the present vaca
tion of court. Justice rihlras left here before -
fore the final adjournment Monday , and
Justlcei Field , Drown and Gray liavo nlnce
gone. Chief Justice Fuller and Justices
Harlan , Drewer and White are still In the
city.
_ _
The Lnillrn.
The pleasant effect ar.d perfect safety with
which ladles may use the California liquid
laxative. Syrup of Figs , under all conditions ,
makes It their favorite remedy. To get
the true and genuine article , look for the
name of 'the California Fig Synip Co ,
printed near the bottom of the package.
Mr < . llnck Hold for Trial.
BUFFALO , N. V. , Juno 6. Mrs. M. T
McMillan , alias Mrs. Mack , ot Hamilton
Ont. , accused cf Belling contorfctt Unltec
States stamps , was hold for trial yesterday
In default of $5,000 $ ball cho was commlUei
to Jail.
> * _ > > iW * IAV > UA-iW
* MARTIN HEWITT ftp
5ft-
CHAPTER V.
( Copyrighted. 1VJJ , liy the Author )
We made our way to I > azattr , and It
was over our dinner that He ltt put mo In
full possession of the earlier facts ot this
case , which I have st down as Impersonal
narrative In their proper place at the begin
ning.
"Hut , " I said , "what of that nlmlcss scrlb- <
ble you spoke of that Gerard made In the
pollco station ? Can I sec It ? "
Hewitt turned to where his coat liung be
hind him and took n handful of papers from
his pocket. "Moat of these , " ho said ,
mean nothing nt all. That Is what ho
wrote at first. " nnd be handed mo the first
of the two papers which were- presented In
facsimile In the earlier part of this narra
tive. "You see. " ho Raid , "he has begun
mechanically from long use to wilto 'Mon-
ulclir' the usual beginning of a letter. Hut
ho scarcely makes three letters before tall-
Ing off Into sheer tcrlbble. He tries ngaln
and again , nnd although once there Is some
thing very HKo 'que' nnd once bomethlng
like a word preceded by n negative 'n,1 the
whole thing Is meaningless. This" he
handed me the other paper , which had been
pi luted In facsimile "does mean something ,
though Gerard never Intended It. Can you
spot the meaning ? llcally , I think It's
pretty plain , especially now that you know ns
mt'ch ' as I about the day's adventures. The
thing nt the top left-hand corner , I may tell
you , Geraid Intended for a bketch of n clock
on the mantelpiece In the police station. "
I stared hard at the paper , but could
make nothing whatever of It. "I only sco
the horseshoe clock , " I said , "nnd a fcort
of second unsuccessful attempt to draw it
again. Then there Is a horseslioo doited ,
but scribbled over , and then a sort of kite
or balloon on a string , a Highlander , nnd
well , I don't understand It , I confess. Toll
mo. "
"I'll explain what I learned from that. "
Hewitt said , "and also what led mo to
look for It. From what the Inspector told
The loaves were examined liy ollklnl experts.
mo I Judge the man to bo In a very curious
state , and I took a fancy to BCO him.
Most I was curious to know why he should
have n terror of bread at ono moment and
eat It ravenously at another. When I saw
him I foil pretty sure that ho was not mad
In the common sense of the term. AB far ns
I could Judge , It seemed to be u case of
aphasia. Then , when the doctor came , I
had a chat ( as I have already told yuti ) wlU
the policeman who found the man. Ho tel
mo about the Incident of the bread with
rather moro detail than I had had from the
Inspector. Thus It was plain that the man
was terrified at the bread only when It was
In the form of a leaf , and nto It eagerly
when it was cut into p eces. That was one
thing to bear In mind. He was not afraid
of bread , but only of a loaf.
"Very well. I asked the policeman to find
another uncut loaf and to put It near the
man when his attention was diverted. Mean
time the doctor reported that my suspicion
as to aphasia was right. The man grew
more comfortable and was assured that ho
was among friends and had nothing to fear ,
so that when nt length ho found the loaf
near his elbow he was not so violently tcrvrl-
fled only very uneasy. I watched him and
saw his turn It bottom up a very curious
thing to do. He Immediately became less
uneasy the turning of the loaf seemed to
have set his mind at rest In some way ! This
was more curious still. 1 thought for some
little while before accepting tlie bomb theory
as the most probable.
"Tho doctor left , and I determined to give
the man another chance with pen and paper.
I felt pretty certain that If he wore allowed
to scribble and sketch as he pleased , sooner
or later he would do something that would
give me some sort of a hint. I left him en
tirely alone and let him do as he pleased.
IIut I watched.
"After all the futile scrlbblo which you
have seen he began to sketch. First a man's
head , then a chair Just what ho might hap
pen to see In the room. Presently he took
to the piece of paper you have before you.
He observed that clock nnd began to
sketch It. Then went on to other things ,
such as you see. scribbling Idly over most
of them when finished. When he had made
the last of the sketches ho made a hasty
scrawl of his pen over It and broke down
it had brought his terror to his mind again
somehow.
"I seized the paper and examined It closely.
Now , Just see. Ignore the c'ock , which was
merely a sketch of n thing before him. nnd
look at the three things following. What
are they ? A horseshoe , n captive balloon
and a Highlander. Now can't you think of
something those three things In that order
suggest ? "
I could think of nothing whatever , and 1
confcssesd as much.
"Think , now. Tottenham Court road. "
I started. "Of course , " I said , "that never
struck me. There's the Horseshoe hotel ,
with the sign outsldo ; there's the large toy
I nelzcrt the paper and examined It closely.
and fancy shop half way up , where they have
a captlvo balloon moored to the roof as an
advertisement ; and there's the tobacco and
snuff shop on the left toward the other end.
where they have a life-size wooden High
lander at the door an uncommon thing , In
deed , nowadays. "
"You are right. The curious conjunction
struck mo at once. There they are , all
thrW , and Ju t In the order In which onu
meets them going up from Oxford street.
Also , as If to conform to the conjecture , note
the dotted horseshoe. Dtn't you remember
that at night the Horseshoe hotel U Illu
minated by two rows of gas lights ? Now
here wa my clew at la t. Plainly , this
man In his mechanical tketchlni ,
was following n regular train of
thought and unconsciously Illustrating
It O3 ho went along. Many people In perfect
health and mental oumlr.c s do the taint
thing If a pen and a pleco of paper l > o near
1'ho man's train of thought led him , In mem
ory , up Tottenham Court road and further
to where some dleagrpeablo recollection up
let him. It was my biulnem to trace th"
tr-Mn of thought. Do you remember the tea
of Dupln In I'oo's itory , "The Murders In the
Ituo Morgue" Mow he walks by hi * frleml'j
; IJo In silence for tome dlitanco and then
uJdeuly breaks out with a divination of h !
noughts , having silently traced thorn from a
fruterer with a basket , through paving
stones. Epicurus , Dr. Nichols , the constella
tion Orion and n Latin rcrm by a cobbler
litcly turned actor ? Well , It wns iomc such
task as this ( but Infinllely simpler , ns. . a
matter of fact ) that was set me. This man
begins by drawing the horseshoe clock. Hav
ing doni' with that , and , will the horseihoa
still In his mind , ho start. ? to draw n horseshoe -
shoo simplyIt Is a failure , and IIP scribbles
It out. His mind at once turns to the htir e-
ehoo hotel , which ho knows from frequently
passing It. nnJ Its sign ofM \ Jrts. Ho
sketches that , making dots for the gas lights.
Once started In Tottenham Court road , his
mind naturally follows his usual route along
It. Ho remembers the advertising capllvo
balloon half way down , and that goes on hl >
paper. In Imagination ho crosses the road
and keeps on till he comes to the very no
ttreablo Highlander outside the tobacconist's.
That is sketched. Thus It Is plain that a
familiar route with him was from New Ox
ford street up Tottenham Court road At the
| K > llco station \enttired to KUCM from this
that he ll\ed somewhere near Sovcn Dials
perhaps , before long we shall know If
this was right. Hut to return to the
sketches After the Highlander thcro
Is Minicthlt'K at first not very dis
tinct. A little examination , however ,
shows It to be Intended for n chlmnoy-pot
partly courcd with a basket. Now an old
basket stuck sideways on : i chimney by way
of cowl is nut an uncommon thing In parts
of the country , but It Is very unusual In
London. Probably , then , It will bo In nome
by-street or nllpy. Next , nnd last , there la
a horse'B li"ad , and It was nt this that the
man's trouble returned to him ! Now , \\hen
one IOPS to n place nnd finds n horse there ,
that place Is not uncommonly u stable. And
as n matter of fact , the basket cowl would
bo much more likely to bo found In usa in a
range of back stnbllng than ntiywhero olso.
Suppose , then , after taking the direction In
dicated In the sketches the direction ot
Fltzroy square , In fact one were to find u
range of stabling with a basket cowl visi
ble about It ? I know my London pretty
well , ns > ou are n arc , and I could remember
but two likely btablo yatds In that particular
part the two wo looked nt. In the second
ofhlch you may possibly have noticed
Just Hiich a basket cowl as I have been speak
ing of. Well , what we did you know , nnd
that we found confirmation of my conjecture
about the loa\es you also know It was
the recollection of the horse nnd cart , nnd
what they were to tiansport. and what the
end of It all had been , that upset Gerard
as he drew the horse's head. You will no-
tlco that the sketches have not been done
In separate tows , left to right ; they have
simply followed one another all around the
paper which means preoccupation nnd un
consciousness on the patt of the man who
made them. "
"Hut , " I asked , "supposing these loaves
to contain bombs , how were the bombs put
there ? llakint ; the bread round them would
have been risky , wouldn't It ? "
"Certainly. What they did was to cut the
loaves , each row down the center. Then
most of the crumbs was scooped out , the
explosives Inserted and the sides Joined up
and glued. I thought you had spotted the
Joints though they certainly wore neat , "
"No , I didn't examine closely. Lulgl , of
course , had been told oft for a dally visit
to feed the horse , and that Is bow wo caught
him ? "
"Ono supposes so. They lindn t rear-
atigcd their plans as to going on with the
jtttrages after Gerard's defection , liy the
v.ay , I noticed that ho was accustomed to
Irlvlng when I first saw him. There wan tin
, unmistakable mark on his coat Just at the
, mall at the back that drivers got who lean
igalnst a rail In n cart. "
The loaves were examined by official ex-
lerts , and , ns everybody now knows , were
otind to contain , as Hewitt had supposed.
argo charges of dynamite. What became of
oino half dozen of the men captured Is
also well known their sentences were ex
emplary.
( The end. A new story by A. Conan
) eye ! , entitled "Tho Exploits of Drlgadlor
Gerard ; How the Urlgadior Slew the
Irothers of Ajacclo , " begins tomorrow )
IlltS. CUItllHTT ATTl'lt .1 1)1 Witt E
'Irmly iKcllpM'H Hint Another M'cninn Una
tin ) Pugilist II ) pgdtl/iul.
NEW YORK , Juno C. A. II. Hummel of
ho law firm of Howe & Hummol was asked
yesterday If there was nny truth In the
story that Mrs. James J. Corbott would sue
icr husband for absolute divorce , but de
clined to make any statement. Mr. Lake ,
the father of Mrs. Corbett said : "Tho case
a In the hands of Messrs. Howe & Hummel.
My daughter Is very III Indeed , and very
nuch worried. She visited her counsel ,
Howe & Hummel , yesterday about the mat
ter. I can't say If the suit has been com-
noticed If not , It will bo. Jim Is quite
cra/y , that Is certain. Ho has not been
ilmself for some time. This woman , who
will be named as the co-respondent , has got
such complete mastery over him that ho does
not know what ho Is doing. Ho brought
lior to this city only a short time ago and
they btald together In BOIIIO hotel 'for ' three
weeks. I don't know the woman's name ,
Imt my daughter has told mo that she belongs -
longs In Chicago. Mrs. Corbett has reFused -
Fused to give me nny particulars about the
CUBO , as aho said she docs not wish to pain
me. "
ASUUUY PAHK. N. J. , Juno 0. Pugilist
J. J. Corbett was seen this evening nnd
asked If ho had anything to 'ay regarding
the separation of himself and wlfo. Ho
paid : "If I lve | a thousand years , nothing
shall cscapo my llpx tn regard to that mat
ter. " Corbett , however , referred to the
publication of the story ns premature.
Mr * . lllacUliurir Cnlironili Tarty
Will leave Omaha Monday , . June 10.
For berths and full Information apply to
Mrs. T. W. Illackburn , C31 South Thirty-first
street , or Ilurllngton city ticket ofilco , 1321
Farnam street.
I'rmldei't llurrlnon VUlt * WanumnUor.
NEW YORK , Juno C. Ex-Prwldcnt Harri
son left this city for Philadelphia today , tak
ing the noon train on the I'unnsylvanla. Ho
wilt be the guest of ex-Postmaster General
Wanamaker for a day. Ho expects to ro-
Eumo his Journey homeward tomorrow after
noon and to reach Indianapolis Saturday
night. It Is probable that General Harri
son will top In Now York for a day during
July whlto cnrouto to the Adlrondacka.
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Practically , every resort In the country la
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The rates to the Yellowstone National
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the fishing nnd shooting ( -rounds of north *
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City tfckct office , 1321 Farnam ttroct ,
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