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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , JUNE 9 , 189S.
SPE01KL NOTICES.
Aclrertlnrnionii for these columns will bo
( hen until 12IDO p. in. fnrtho ttvonlncnnd
until 8 p. m. for the nmrti * " nnil Sunday
* ( Milan.
Advortliert , Try reqnrttlne numbered
( heck , can hnve nnimcri mltlrennoil to n
numbered letter In care ot Tlin lice. An-
in em 10 addrcnied nlll be ilfillrorcd upon
I Itnenlntlon of the check only. Jtaten ,
1 l-2c a word , flrtt Insertion , lo a vrord
licreafler. Nothing taken for lii tlian 2Sc
tor tint ! n ertlon.
Ihefto ndT rtlicmcnU must ton coiuecu-
lively.
SITUATIONS "WANTED.
YOUNG WIDOW. DAUGHTER OF MASON
and I. O , O. F. , desires situation on house
keeper or take charge of hotel , city or country ,
or would correspond with view to matrimony1 ,
elderly gentleman preferred. Address Mrs. Car.
rl J. Wllburn. 1' . O. Box 1017 , Chlcagi. III.
_ A-MI24-3) *
SITUATION WANTED BY GOOD CUTTER
practical tailor ; three years In present place
Iwst o' references ; age , 36 ; total abstainer. W
Rook , Infllimola , In. A M142 20 *
MAN AND WIFE WITHOUT CHILDREN
want jiosltlon on a farm. IV'ter Sorensen , 130
Cnsa street. A 153-23 *
WANTED f ALL HELK
WANTED , 1.000 MEN TO WRITE ME TODA1
f > r the receipt ( absolutely free. In plain sealei
envelope ) which curetl me of nervous debility
exhausted vitality , etc. Address C. J. Walker
Box 1.311 , Kalamazoo , Mich. B-M423
CUBAN AND MILD. BC
11-181 J21
IW.OC ) A MONTH AND EXPENSES I'AII
salesmen ; no exp rlence required. U. S. Clgni
Co. , G3 < S. 7th street , St. Louis , Mo.
B-MD1S-51 *
_ _
WANTED , TWO GOOD STONE CUTTERS T (
work on court house , Lancaster. Mo. ; wage
1.00 for ten hours. Apply at Dcllono hotel.
B MO M
_ _
HIDE LINE ; MACKINTOSHES , RUIUlEl
clothing , etc. , n Rood ralestmn rnn ndd ; Rial
route. Mfg. Coiporallon , I1. O. 1371 , New YorV
B-M1IO 19'
_
LADIES OR GENTLEMEN WISHING EM
ploym nt , J30.00 per month nnd expenses , cnl
nt Hotel Brunswick on Wednesday nnd Thurs
day between 9 a. m. nnd 6 p. m. B M1C1 ! i )
SALESMEN. TO DRUG TRADE. HIDE L1N1
nr otherwise. J. W. Knight , Z17-2K State st.
R.iclno. WIs. 11 MliO IS'
WANTEI' . HELP.
ARE YOU HONEST , SORER , INDUSTRIOUS
If KO. cnsaKO with us for 1893 ; JSW a montli
3BO n year ; you can make It easy ; six hour
a day. Our agents do not complain of hnr
times. Why ? They are making money scllln
our Perfection Dish Washer ; the only practlcn
family washer manufactured ; washes , drlo
and pollshcR dishes perfectly In two minutes
no experience necessary ; n child of 8 operate
It easily ; cheap and durnlile ; weight , thlrtw
pounds ; made of anti-rust sheet Bteel ; capnclt )
100 plec : 10.0flo for Its en.ua ! ; every famll
wants one ; you don't have to canvas ; as BOO
n people know you have It for nale they sen
for n dish washer ; each ngent'n territory pn
tected ; no competition ; e furnish narnpl
( nelk'hs six pounds ) In nice case to lady agent
to filtc eiders with ; one. agent imnlf { 211. U Iln
ten days. Addresi for full particular Perfei
lion Mfg. Co. , Englewood , 111. C M421
WANTED , LADIES CAN OBTAIN PAYIN
home work by addressing Iho Baker Mfi
-Oi. . South Bend. Ind. C MK3 19 *
_
EOK KENT HOUSES.
HOUSES , F. 1C DARLING , BARKERD
D 423
HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. TH
O. F. Davis company. 1C03 Farnam. D 126
HOUSES , BENAWA & CO. , 108 N. 13TH ST
D 127
II. E. COLE CO. LARGEST LIST IN OMAHJ
. _ D M4J8
FOR RENT DESIRABLE HOUSES.
iKrooms , 211 8. 21th st , , J30.
7 rooms. 4J'X ' > Cumins st , , J22.
7 rooms. 920 N. 27lh rive. . J23.C6 ,
9 rooms , 4907 Cass st , , J10.
9 rooms , 4927 Davenport st. . $10.
G rooms , 3424 Jnckmn nt. , IS.
r rooms , 2513 Pratt St. , $7 ,
See Fidelity Trust Co. , 1702 Farrnm at. D 4J1
JIENTAL AGENCY 20 SO. 10TH ST.
D 727
_ _ _ _ _
TWO 9-ROOM BRICK HOUSES. 1339-41 PAR
nvenuc. facing Hansconi p.irk , nearly nev
hard wood Ilnlsli ; llrst class modern co ;
venlences. Inquire 1113 South 32nd street.
D-M33
6 AND 7-ROQM FLATS. WITH RANGE AN
nil modern conveniences ; awnings , screens ar
janitor service. Call at corner Hat , 701 S. 101
St. , from 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. George rionser.
. D-MM4
TOR RENT. FINK COTTAGE , BARN , LARO
lawn , on car line. R. C. Patterson. Ramgo bl
, _ _ D-407
2 ELEGANT G-ROOM COTTAGES JUST BUIL'
> 22.oO. Fidelity Trust company , 1702 Farnar
D-64J
' 1 H-IIOOM MODERN HOUSE. 29TH ST. & PO1
pleton. Hartman & Robblna. .10 Bee bldg.
D-S24-Jy3
_ _
SIODERN TEN-ROOM HOUSES ON MOTO
line for rent nt J20.W ) per month. E. H. Shent
432 Pnxton block. D J" " " "
_
I'OIl RENT , 8-RWOM HOUSE , ALL MODE !
Imiirovrmentii ; hard wood llnlsh nnd lar
rooms. No. 40fi N. 23rd. D M103 1 !
_
TOR RENT. AT REASONABLE PRICE. J
residence , cor. 24lh nnd St. Mary's ave. , fi
nlshed or unfurnished , for the summer
longer. Mrs. M. Hellman. _ p 055 2
KOR HUNT. 7-IWOM , EAST FRONT , MO
ern. Call 3C2 No. Mth. rent > ; 5.00. D Mas
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPIN
6 rooms , llrst lloor , or 4 rooms , second tloi
city witter , liath , barn. clc. ; 5 minutes fr <
| > u tolllco. 822VJ 8. 20th street. D MS17 19
J. Alton GROUNDS. COTTER HOMESTEA
1J2I Sherman ave. F. D. Wead , 16th & Dougli
D-137-1 !
m _
J'OR RENT , FOR SUMMER AND AUTUM
my residence , corner of Daxenport and S2.1 nt
iiartly furnlahed. II. J. Windsor , 1MI Oapll
uve. n K4
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
TOR RENT , 0-ROOM HOUSE. ALL MOQEI
1 conveniences. Best location In city , 111 So. 1 !
Bt. Imiulie of Dr. Tllden. D 157- :
C FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT : VEI
clMvin to right imrtli-s ; large lawn nnd nha
tieca , U73 N , 27th ave , D M1SO 19' '
IFOR RENT. HANDSOME HOUSE. NH , . '
Ilunscom park ; low rental. Hicks , ! 0" > N.
Life bldg. l-ailI8 M
1OK KK3XfT . jtOOM
NICK SOUTH FRONT ROOM. WELL FU
nlnhcd , private family. Call 2112 Cass BL
'
. _ _ E M(3
1'LEASANT ROOM. 1913 DODGE. E MS !
rURNISHED ROOM , 620 S. 19TH STREET.
_ _ E M107-J1S
rOU RENT. ELEGANTLY FURNISH ]
looms. COI S. 13th. E 616 Jy
S ROOMS FORHOUSEKEEP1NO FOR M.
nnd wife ; rent taken In board. 319 N. 17th.
. _ E-SSI-li
FURNISHED ROOMS 50C WEEK. 710 S. 147
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM FOR TWO.
S. Hill street. E M9IO 2 !
_
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS. 201 S. SJTH i
_ _ E-M103-1S
IUUNISHED II COMB ANPBOaE
( THE ROSE. SOW HARNEY , NICE FURNISH ]
rooms with board ; special rates to gentleiner
F 204-J2 ;
IW'ELY FURNISHED ROOMS. ! 06 N. 19'
vtreet. F M7S3-2I
ffO RENT NICELY FURNISHED HOO
with boaid ; term * icasonable. Call at 1
Pouelas. F80 i
roil RENT-SUITE OF ROOMS , ALSO SI
Rla room , \\ltli board In private family ; rel
dices. J2U Fnrimm. F 818 11
KIC'ELY FURN'SHED SOUTH ROOM WI'
board for two ; private family ; no other boa
' er > ; best homo comforts. 611 No. lint. I
> California and Webster. F 90
J'OR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. WT
Kuril. 1124 Blnney sttvet. F MIOl-i :
M7 S. _ ST1I AVE. I'RIVATE FAMILY.
F-M1J5 Jl !
ffO TRADE. DRESS SUIT. CHEST MEASU !
3G Inches , worn twice ; cost 175 , for hone , RI
or un > thing. a 41. Bee. Fl !
HANDSOME ROOMS. WITH EXCELLE
table ; references.0 ! N. IStli street.FMU
F-MU 21
15.00 WEEK. TOJARD AND ROOM ; El
cuntly furnlsheil rooms. 2 81 Harney.
F-M17 H
FUBNISriEI ) 1 < OOMB TO HEN
I ROOMS. CLOSET. tK ST. MARY'S AVE.
a-11915 ji
) OR S X'NFURNISHED ROOMS TOR RENT
8. itlh St. a *
ICH KENT flTOK-va AND OF-TICJ
FOR RENT. THK 4-STORY TIR1CK IUIILDIN
HID Ktrnarn ttreet. This bulldlnv liu - II
proof cement basement , camplute Ktrant he
{ UK fixtures. lrr nn all noun , etc J
ply at the oJHoc of The Bee. 1-91
tTWO-STORY URIcrc , XW , ANI > FE
trarkace. ill B. 13th. Ht your own print
K. Col Co. . I0 N. ISlb it. I-7U Jl
AGENTS WANTED.
MEN AND WOMEN. IS TO l A DAY , AD-
dredfi the Hundy Ilenter Co. , 834 New York Lift
bldg. . Omalia , Neb. J 913
WANTED , H1STRICT AND CITY MANAGERS
to represent tha Unlteil States Benevolent so
ciety ; pay * sick , accident nnd funeral benentu ,
Address J. U. Pitcher , secretary , Snglnnw , Easl
Bid ? . Mich. J-MI19 _
LADY AGENTS , RUBBER UNDERGARMENT
quick Kales , lilir profits , rntatogue free. Mrs
N. II. Lltlle , Mfg. Co. , Chicago , III.
J M1GD 19 *
AGENTS WANTED , NEW WALL MAP V. B
nnd world , six f ? l long , eleven bcaullfu
colors. No experience needed. You cnnno
make money easier. Send 5o for sample 01
write. Rand , McNally & Co. , Chicago.
J M171 19 *
AGENTS WANTED ENERGETIC MEN TC
neir goods by sample , nt home or travel. Eos ]
neller. Liberal salary or ( rood commission
Address with stamp , P. O. Box 1103 , Nev
York City. J M172 19 *
WANTED TO RENT.
A PHYSICIAN AND WIFE WOULD TAKI
charge of nnd cnr for neatly furnished hous
In good neighborhood during hot months , fo
use of name. Good references. S. 43 , 11 ?
ofllce. K-13S-H *
RENTAL AGENCY.
G. WALLACE , RENTALS , 312 BROWN BLK
L M703
STORAGE.
ITORAOE , FRANK EWERS. 1211 HARNEY.
M435
EST STORAGE BUILDING IN OMAHA. U. S
KOV. iMindeil warehouse : household goods stored
lowest rates. 1013-1015 L"avcnworth. M436
3TOVEH STORED DU1 UNO SUMMER. TEt
SCO. 13)7 ) Douglas. Omaha Stove Repair Work ;
M437
ACIFIC STORAGE & WAREHOUSE CO. . 9TI
& Jones sts. General storage and forwarding
M438
WANTED TO BUY.
, 'ANTED TO BUY ON MONTHLY PAYMENT
a cottage on full lot. Address with locatlo
and terms , S 42 , Bee N 131
.Alton. . SECOND HAND SAFE WANTEI
Send description , size , price , elc. 8 45 , Bee.
N-15S-19'
VANTED TO BUY , CART SUITABLE FO
pony. Must bo cheap for cash. Apply 41
Maple , after C p. m. N 151-20 *
IfOK SAtK'URNTUBE. .
FOR SALE , 30 ROOMS FURNITURE ; CBN
trnl location 18 Iwarders ; good reasons fc
Belling ; great tmrgaln. Address S 18 , Bee.
O MS70
FOR SALE HORSESWAQONS.ET
POR SALB , A GOOD GENTLEMAN'S DRI\
Ing horse at Mitchell's livery , 111G Dodge st.
P M17G 19 *
FOR SALE M.ISC1-I/L AN ECUS
IARDWOOD COMBINATION HOO AN
chicken fence. Chas , R. I < cu , 9th and Dougla
Q-411
THE STANDARD CATTLE CO. . AMES. NEI ]
has 400 tuns good baled hay for sale. Q M4I2
FOR SALE. A PET DEER. INQUIRE A. I
Brandies , Boston Store. Q-M63I
CUBAN FRECKLES SOLD 1 7ERYWHERE. Hi <
Q-1S4 J21
FOR SALE , OLD LUMBER CONSISTING 0
scantling 2x4 , 2x8 , 2x10 , 8x8 , shlplap , sheetln
siding , noors , windows , etc. , at the Assoclati
Charities wood yard , 807 Howard t.
t.Q037 Jyl4 *
FOR SALE. RED IRISH SETTER PUP !
seven weeks old ; males , 110.00 ; females , J3.C
John D. Howe. 1723 William St. Q M1C3 22 *
CLAIRVOYANTS
MRS. DR. H. WARREN. CLAIRVOYANT , R
liable bu ess medium , Sth year at 119 N. 1CI
Hll :
FORTUNES TOLD THROUGH THE STA1
and through the spirit. Amelia Goodma
Union Depot hotel , Hth and Mason , room 2 , u
Htnlrs. S 503-19' '
MADAM E. AUSTIN , TRANCE MEDIUM AT >
Independent card reader. Room 2 , 009 S. 1.1
st. Hamburg hotel. S930-26
MjlSSAUJ. . c iiib. XTO.
MADAM SMITH. S02 S , 13TH , 2D FLOOR. ROC
3 ; magnetic , vapor , alcohol , steam , sulphur !
and sea baths. T M9SO-22
MASSAGE , MADAME BERNARD. 1121 DODO
T MC59 Jy 4"
FINEST BATH AND MASSAGE PARLORS
city. Mine. Howell , 318 & 320 S. 15th ; thorougl
practical chltopodlst and manicurist nttendni
T MS76 Jy 12
MRS. DR. LEON , ELEGANT MASSAGE AI
electric bath. Parlors restful nnd refrei
Ing. 412 North 14th street. T M132 23
TU-l.aas-1 ilATHS.
TURKISH BATHS : ONLY PLACE IN Cr
exclusively for ladles. Suite 109-110 , Bee bli
13
LADIES' BATHS. MME. POST , 319VJ 3. 1GT
721
ran DELUC ErrEui/r conanr. MADE
order from measure. 1909 Fornam itreet.
itreet.U
U 38
VIAVI CO. , 34(1 ( HKE III.1)0. ; HEALTH NCX
tree ; home treatment ; huly attendant. U4 <
II. HAAS , FI.OIUST. I'LANTS. CUT FLOWEI
llamiuet , hall , residence and grave decorntlo
1813 Vinton street. Telephone 776. U M41
BATHS. MASSAGE , MUC. 1 > OST. 319V4 S. 151
U7 !
CUBAN FUECKIJES. WOimi IOC FOU
uisi
UMIIIIELLAS COVERED AND
316 No. ICIh. Jas. Ilemtenon. U 387 J !
HAUGAIN. 12 CAUINKT PHOTOS. | 2. DAVI1
113 S. 16th street , opposite Hasten Store.
U MM9 i
A PRIVATE PARTY HAS MONEY TO T.O.
on pianos , Jewels , bicycles , etc. llusln
ittrlctly conlUlcntlal , Address 1'ostotncn 1
326. U M7I
HAVE YOUR OLD C.UH'nTS MADE IN
TUBS ; any size > ou wish. 1S21 Leavcnwn
street. U M706 Jj
AUK THOU S1CIC7 MEDICINE AND THE. '
ment Mo , at 2U3H N. ICth st. U 153-Jy-l1
TUB KEY 1O I'BRKECT HEALTH IS A DC
tie of Clarke's 1'ure Itye Whisky. Tea
with weak lungs will llnd It a great Btreng
enlnK power. U M174 1
MONEY TO LOAN REAli ESTA1
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. . 318 N. Y. Ul
loans at low rates for choice necurlty In 1
bruska and Iowa farms or Omalia city jn-opei
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. T
O , F. Uuvls Co. , 1503 Farnam st. W 4
INVESTORS DIRECTORY CO. , 10 WALL S
New York , offer any | iart lOO.OiW eautern
vextor'H n.nnes , ho liave money to Invi
juit compiled , Write for imrtlculnrs .
W M 303 J I !
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR , 513 N. Y. LII
W li
LIFB INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED
or tousht. F. O. Chetney , Kansas City. I
W-i :
CAPITAL. J2,000OiX > ; SURPLUS. JGOO.OOO ; U.
Mortgage Trust Co. . New urk. For 6 per c
loam on city property apply to Pusey & Then
agents , room 207 First Nat'I bank tldK.
W-l
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED DMA
real estate. Urcnnan , Lo\e & Co. , Pmton I
W 4
MONEY TO IX3AN ON OMAHA REAL F.STA
at 6 per cent. W. B. Melkel , 1st Nat. lilt bl
W i
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMA
property , Fidelity Trust company , 1702 Parn :
W 1
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED Cl
property. W. Farnam Smith & Co.w 1320 Farm
W-4
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
J. U. HADDOCK , ROOM I7 , RAMOE IM/V
X-4
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE A
pianos , l-'ied Terry. 430 llanme blk. X I
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. I'LVN
horsev , wagons , etc. , nt lowect rates In c
no removal of eooJ : ittrlctly confidential ;
can pay the loan off at any tlmu or In i
'
OMAHA MORTGACJK IXJAN CO. .
306 So. ISth St. .
MODEL 1/JAN CO. , 443 NETWORK LIFE.
X-lU-Jyl
_
PRIVATE MONEY LOANED CONFIDl
tUIIy at low rateii on planuu. furniture <
other securities. Room 403. New York Llfi
X-M1C4 1 !
BUSINESS CHANCIB.
FOR SALE. tl.SOO.00 CASH AND NOT
mock dry Ruoils and furnlslilnz * ; fine lucat !
must sell account ulckaess. Addioi 8 41. 1
Y Mill 1
iA RE.VITALIV.ER OP NKRVr-S. A RESTOH
of upixtlte. xodxnil la urr rliir liums.nl
Clarkv'a pure Rre Whisky. Sold by dealt
Always 4n bottles. Y Mlli :
BUSINESS CHANGES.
Continued.
CUBAN FRECKLES , THK ONLY CIO AH. EC.
Y-I84 Jll
i.000.0 STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN I1EST
town In eastern Nebraska , for Uml and rasher
or equivalent. Address S 2 $ , care llee.Y
Y M91I
EXCHANGE.
WILL BXCHANOH MILLINERY FOR RANOE
coal. 1SU Douglas street. Z M730-SI
WANTED TO TRADE NEW STANDARD Ill-
cycle for draft linrx * weighing l/iOO pounds or
more. E. J , Davis , 1118 I'urnam ot. Z KIT
FARM LANDS IN NORTHWEST MISSOURI
for stock of hardware or Implements , Knox &
Rlsser , 37',4 Pearl St. , Council llluffi. la.
Z-417-JM
TO EXCHANGE A COMH1NED STOCK OF
drugs , clocks , watches , jewelry , blank nml
nchooj books , wall paper , window nhndes ,
paints , nils , Klmi , etc. will Invoice , with fix
tures , about M.OOO. Want Improved farm. Ad
dress A. J. Pltzer , Cherryvalc , Knnmn.
H-MSK-JM9'
I WANT MERCHANDISE IN EXCIIANOK FOR
real estate and cnsh , H. A. Wagner , Omaha.
2 M19)
TO TRADE. DRESS SUIT. CHEST MEASURE
SO Inchex. worn twlre ; cost J75 ; for home , RUT
or anything. 8 42. llee. Z-135
TO TRADE."COMPLETE RED ROOM SUIT
new , for a bicycle. Call nt room 410 , Shoelj
bids. 7 IK-1S *
WANTED , TO TRADE FAMILY HORSE FOT
high grade bicycle. G. B. Shrlncr , 324 So. ! ? ll
street. ( / J53-19 *
WILL TRADE CLEAR RENTAL PROPERTY
In good town for equity In Omaha dwelling.
Room 403 , N. Y. Life. / M16J
1,000 OAL. EXTRA FINE HOME MAI > r
Krnpo wine , 2 to 5 years old. Want $ t. < X > :
cash and IICOO clear land or city property ,
Address S 46 , llee. X.-M167 21 *
FOR SALE KtAfc ESTATE.
ABSTRACTS , THE BYRON REED COMPANY ,
IlE 4S8
BARGAINS. HOUSES , LOTS AND FARM ;
sale or trade , F. 1C Darling , Darker block.
RE 460
IMPROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAIM
at prices that will surprise sou , if taken with.
In 2 weeks. J. II. Sherwood , 42J N. Y. Life.
" HE 459
BARGAINS. SALE OR TRADK IN CITY PROP
crtlea and farms. John N. Frenzor , opp P. O
RE 161
HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. SELL AN1
buy lots , acres , farms. Ganln Uroj. , ZIO N.Y L
RE 163
FOR SALE 4-ROOM COTTAGE , FULL LOT
east front , 1700.00 : terms easy ; bargiiln. R. C
Patleraon , Ramge block. RE M8I4
FARM LANDS , C. F. HARRISON , 912 N. Y. Life
RI3 837-JylU'
FOR SALE-DELIGHTFUL MODERN COT
tage home , near N. boulevard. J.,50i.i ) ; $1,000.0
c.ieh , balance easy at G per cent. Address S 31
Bee. RE 993-1S
FINE COTTAGE HOME , COST YEAR AG (
M.MO. for J3.300.
J1.500 home anil half acre for 11.000.
Flno lltlle home , 13th t. boulevard. $1,60) .
2 sight ! } ncrea near Ft. Omaha , both $7W.
Small houses from J325.00 upnard.
F.p.Wead. 16th and Douglas. RE-130-1 ! )
_ _
SO ACRES NEAR SO. O. . l.40o !
7" Snunders co. , $3,730.
212 Otoc co. , 143 an acre.
160 Cumlne co. , SO.OW.
SOO Madison co. , $17,000.
720 Hurt co. , ? 35 an acre.
20 acres fruit. jOJ.
40 Sarpy Co. . Jl.OM.
320 Nance Co. , JOIO.
160 Dlxon co. , ( near AVaync ) , $ ISCO.
SO Sarpy co. , $30 nn acre.
SO near Momlamln , Ta. , $2,500.
10 near So. O. . $1.230.
40 near Florence , $4,000.
C. F. Harrison , 912 N. Y. Life.
RE 160-13 *
BRICK FOUNDATION. 5 ROOMS , CELLA
under all. Well , city wntei , east front , $ : i
cash , bnl. 6 p r cent , $030. Ames. 1617 Fa ;
nam. RE-HS-21 *
SLATE ROOF , 6 ItOOMS. SOUTH FRON1
cistern , city water , paved stieet , $1G30. Eai
moments , Int , C per cent , Ames , 1617 Farnnti
RE HD-21 *
TRADE BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR CLE.V
lots or land. Ames , 1617 Farnam. RE 150-51'
SARPY COUNTY FARM ; 8" ACRES CIIOIC1
land ; 22 miles fiom Omaha , JJJ.O ) an acn
Alex Moore , 404 Karbach block. RE M162 >
JSOO TO $2,000 LOTS
For $ -TOO to JO * ) .
Now Is thn opportunity of a lifetime.
We have had placed In our hands about flfteo
lots that have Bold at from $ M to 51,000 eacl
They are located In the northwestern portlo
of the city , on Walnut lllll car line , In Hi
moit beautiful and healthful location In tli
city , with car line , pa\ed si reels , nml all mm
ern Improvements In the Immediate vicinity.
PRICES AND TERMS :
$300 to $400 per lot , according to location ; $ ;
per lot cash , and balance $10 per month , will
out Interest , or a deduction of 1) ) per CM
from price for one-half cash , or 2) per ccr
for all caah.
Tills property must be seen to be appieclated.
Call nml let us rhow It to you.
No better saving * bank can potslbly be foun
than this Investment , and Just the most d ,
llghtful place for a hume.
FIDELITY TRUST CO. .
Sole Agents , 1702 Famam St. , llco lliilg.
It Is a wise man who makes his Investmen
when there are many sellers and few buyer
It Is then they cot the biggest Imrpnlm nr
the best terms. RE M1C8 23
FOR SALE , 2rt ACRES OF SPLENDID OAI
den land , just out of city limits ; the line ;
land , the lowest price and easiest terms ; en
for price. Hicks , N. Y. Life lililg.
RE M177 19
l. O. DAXON , 402 N. 16TH. 451
VICTOR BICYCLES. THE FINEST OF AI
bicycles , Omaha Bicycle Co. , 323 N. ICtli stici
46 <
STERLING DUILT LIKE A WATCH. WES
ern Electrical Supply Co. , 1315 Howard street
SEE THE VISIBLE BALL BEARINGS C
Relay Special. Will Barnum Uro. , 120 N. 131
45 ;
REMINGTON AND EAGLE , CROSS GUN C <
11C S. 13th Htrect. 46 ;
A. L. DEANU & CO. , 1110 FARNAM STREE
46 :
WESTERN BICYCLE & GUN CO. , 2110 CUMIN
471
MANTELS ; GKATSS AND TILEI
WOOD MANTLES , GRATES , TILES FOR FII
places , vestibules nnd laige lloors ; write I
catalogue. Milton Rogers & Sons , Omaha.
47
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING IN FAMILIES , 4MI Runlet
M3sJSO
CARPENTERS AND BUILDER !
C. E. MORRILL , PAPER HANGING , HOUI
sign painting , brick work , plastering ; off. It.
Barker blk , ; tel. 7.5 ; shop 913 N. : ith ct.
4S
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES
MRS. FANNY ABLER , PIANO TEACHE
graduate Vienna Conservatory. SOS So. Ifith
GEOROE F. OELLKNBECK. BANJO A ?
guitar teacher. 1011 Cans street. M 10
BUILDING &LOAN ABSOCIATI01
SHARES IN MUTUAL X , . & B. ASS'N VJ
6 , 7 , $ p r cent when 1 , 2 , 3 yearn old , ulwn
redeemable. 1701 Farnam it. Nattlnger , Sec
4 $
HOW TO GET A HOME OR SECURE OOC
Interest on savings. Apply to Omaha L. &
Ass'n , 1704 Bee. bids. G , U. Nnttlnger. Sec
UNDERTAKERSANDEMBALMEB
II. 1C. 1IURKBT. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Af
embnlmer , 1618 Chicago St. , telephone 93. 47
SWANSON & VALIEN , 1701 CUMING , TEL. 10
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M. O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AND EM LI A I.
er , 1417 Famam St. , telephone 223. 47
C. W. BAKER , UNDERTAKER , 613 S. 16TH F
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PASTURAGE.
WE HAVE 160 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS PA
lure for horse * , board fence , uprlng wati
Barton & 1'helps , Gil more. Neb. , or A. '
Phelps & Son , 207 N. Y Life bldg. . Tel. 1CSI
ITS-July 1
HORSES AND CATTLE : BLUE GRAf
spring water. H. H. Harder . Co. , Vtiv til
o
_
GOOD PASTURE FOR HORSES. fl.OO TI
month , per hrad. Ctmrle * Cans , St , Paul , Ni
PUMP.3 AND WINDMILLS
C. II. HOYDEN PUMPS AND WIND MIL1
all kinds of rump repairing. Ijeuve urd <
with Churchill Pump Co. . Telephone W5.
M-165-J'l
DENTISTS.
DR. PAUL. DENTIST. Mt ) IU'RT ST ,
S HORTIiANi ) AA' i' iTP W'KITIN
tA. C. VAN 3ANTS SCHOOL. J X V LIFE
CO'
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D. T. MOUNT HAS REMOVED UIB COAL
onico la WO 8. 16th t. , ttrown block. 478
A GOOD THING Pl'SUIJT ' ALONG. MAY HE
the Intent slnmr phrase , 'tiul that'll Just whal
we're doing with SHERIDAN COAL. 8.000 tnni
nolil In Omaha ln l year. We give yn\t \ J,00 (
lln. of the best Wyoming oooklng coal for HI.BO.
Victor White , mgr. , 1SW Fhrnim lit. Tel. 127.
-401
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I 1 _
HOTELS.
HOTEL llAtlKnil. 1JTH AND JONES 8TS.
75 ronms nt II. W per < \irf. \
M rooms nt 12.00 per day.
Special rate * to commercial travelers. Itontr
nml l ard by week or , month. Trunk HlUlltrh ,
* * *
AETNA HOUSE tKUROi'EAN ) , N. W. COR
13th and Dodge. Rooms by day or week.
479
DANCING.
Mil. AND MRS. MOUANI ) WILL GIVE Pitt-
vnte lessons In dancing Ht tholr home. IMOC
Dodge street , during the summer. K3-J23
ELECTRICAL ! _ UP _ > LI23
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRAC-
torn for electric light nnd motor plants nnrt nil
kinds of electrical construction. Western Elec
trical Supply Co , ; 1511 Howard st. 452
PAWNBROKERS.
II. MAROWITS5 LOANS MONEY. 413 N. 1C ST ,
BUSINESS NOTICES.
DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILVERED. "ID N. 1C ,
490
LOST !
I/DST. runsn CONTAINING MONEY ANT
linen glass , . Iwtwecn Leavcnwortli nnd Wool
worth , on Park avc. Howard If returnee
to llee Plllce. lMt M166 19 *
lawyers ana solicitors. SUES & CO. Bcc
Oolldlng , OMAHA , Neb. Advlco 1WEI3
FOBBED WIDOW AND ORPHAN
'untls of an Investment Oompany Misappro
printed and Squandered.
ITTLE IS LEFT FOR THE CREDITOR
Jolorailo Security Company Ooos by th <
lionrd nnd It * I'resldent Flcos Atter
StoiilhiK Half H Million
Dollar * .
DENVER , Juno 18. Henry J. Aldrlcl
president and general manager of the Coli
rado Securities company , has dlsappcarei
and the creditors of the concern are makln
trenuous efforts to ascertain his when
abouts. Inquiries for the missing man hav
brought to light one of the greatest senst
Ions known In Colorado , .
Five weeks ago Mr. Aldrlch left Ucnvc
vltliout giving notice of his propa-ed di
Darturc , and It now thought he has gor ,
cither to Australia or the Sandwich Island ;
The hasty exit ot Aldrlch Is duo to the fai
hat a warrant for Ms arrest , based on tli
ndlctmcnt of the grand Jury , was about I
bo served. The charge is misappropriate
of funds entrusted to JiU care. Mr. Aldrlc
also acted as treasurer of St. John's cathi
Ural for ten jcars an'J was recognized I
Denver as a man of most sterling worth an
deep religious character.
From MO to 400 ranch titles are cloude
by the acts ot Aldrlch who diverted fum
Invested by persons to make coou the shor
age In maturing obligations occasioned t
the depreciation In real estate. Ho guarai
teed principal and Interest on loans and the
began the downward course , which culmlnatt
, n the appointment of a receiver thr <
nonths ago. Even then tlierc was no Int
inatlon of anything wrong , and the dl
closures onlv came to the surface with tl
work of the recilver In scanning the book
The heaviest loss will full on widows ai
orphans In the east , whoao earnings ar
savings were entrusted to the company fi
Investment at a high rate of Interest. Ot
of the most distressing cases la that ot
wliow at Bloomlngton , 111. She gave In
whole fortune to the security company anrt
now supported by Iho county authorltlc
The debts will aggregate from $400,000
$500,000 , and every title Issued by the cor
pany has to be examined by the court befo
Its validity car. be atablUhed.
It Is said that the failure of ( he Chambe
Un Investment company , which occurred he
tlireo years ago and presented liabilities
$3,500,000 and assets that afterwards reallzi
$250 , will not be as bad as the final showli
of the Colorado Securities company.
W. F. Hlnnan of neaten 10 hero repr
senttng eastern creditors. He says t
Equitable Loan company of New York Is 01
of the heaviest creditors.
rcnniylvanla Towns Threatened with
Fiery Destruction.
BRADFORD , Pa. , June IS. A fire w
started yesterday In the Hemlock slashln
between Buttsvllle and Ormsby , and cou
not be put out until considerable -dama
had been done. Two hundred men are
work and have the fire under control. It
not thought the fire will spread any furth
unless a high wind should spring up. Eve
available man Is fighting fire , and tin
services are worth from $ -.50 to $5 par do
The fires In the vicinity of Hltersvllle a
Keshuqua are now confined to a stretch
territory eight miles long and three mil
wide. Large embankments have been thro\
up about Keshuqua , and It Is believed t
town Is safe , but a large force of men a
on the scene , ready for any emergenc
Millions of test of loga and lumber ha
been destroyed , and hundreds of acres
standing timber. Everything Is as dry
tlndr nnd burns like chaff. A high wi
would do untold damage. West of this cl
the sky Is overhung by smoke , and fit
appear to be rasing in the woods near Sug
Run and Woodsport. No news has be
received from that section as yet.
( roiutrrll Monument III11 Withdrawn.
LONDON , Juno IS. Justin McCarthy , !
P. , In the House of Commons last night pr
tested against the government offering ,
Insult to Ireland by proposing to erect
monument to Oliver Cromwell. He moved
reduction of the vote by 500. The motl
was carried by a vote-of 220 years to
nays. Mr. John Morlpy , chlel secretary f
Ireland , thereupon withdrew the proposal f
the monument. Conservative newrpapt
comment upon the tight- place In which t
government Is finding Itself. The Times
a leader points to thej paralysis of the adml
Istratlon which Is compelled to appoint
unionist , Viscount Hampden , as governor
New South Wales , after' a scandalous dela
because the appolnlmbnt ot the liberal cam
date \\ould have endangered the defeat
the liberal candidate at the by election
choose his successor.
bicarlet l'cr r.tiliii < Up.
The prevalence of , scarlet fever or a
other contagious disease , " need not alarm y
If you use Allen's Hygl n c Fluid. It Is t
Ideal preventive medicine cleansing , purll
Ing and healing. No household should
without It. ' _ ' ,
1'or Ilettcr iVpjl'rotrntlon.
Th3 executive committee of the Commerc
club held a joint conference today with co :
mlttees from the city council and Board
Plro and Police Commissioners relative
better flro protection. In accordance wl
resolutions recently passed by Ihe latt
board. The question cf Improved servJ
wai discussed.
A committee , with Dudley Smith as cha
man , uas appointed to draft resolutions e
a or ring the ictlcn ot the Board of Flro Co
mUsloneri. i _
llel'l for Rult'jinj ; life rnrn'ii M-nt.
CARSON , Nev. , Juno IS. Tha examlt
lion of William Picklcr , on uhoie prcmii
the bullion tuppoied to have been sto.cn fn
the United States mint was fJUnd , hai be
concluded and 1'lckler has been held to :
( war. HI * mistress , who furnishnJ the
formation ogaln-'t him , his uow bee I
rccanclled and contradict'd her prevlc
tuu-menta. Other evidence agalnit Pick
* as adduce ] itronrlv Indicating Mj guilt
LOST MAN'S LANE ,
afe. BY ANNA KATIIRRINB
( Copyrighted. 1893. )
CHAPT15H V.
I am a young man , but I hope I have some
of the virtues of an older one. However con
founded by the turn thus given to my sus
picions , I did not allow myself to bo swerved
from the path which my judgment had laid
out for me. Finding It to be not far from
the hour when I had a right to expect Mr.
Simmons , and correctly judging that ho
would bring some such man with him as a
conttable , I only walled for their coining to
Institute a rigid search ot this place. I had
told the two gentlemen at their first appearance -
anco that this was done with the owners'
permission , and oven at their entreaty ; and
leolng the calmness of Mire Knollys , the
itolld Indifference of the brother , who seemed
o take the whole affair as a matter ot course ,
and Lucetta's spirited but by no means repellant -
pellant bearing , they accepted my assurances
and went cheerfully , though not carelessly ,
about their work. Mr. Simmons alone stopped
o whisper once In my car as we went down
, ho tunnel-shaped hall through which Miss
Grant had fled on that fatal night : "But
what about the grave In the woods and the
body that was burled there ! " To which I
whispered back. "One grave Is not enough for
us to find ; If we come across no more that
one can be easily explained. " And I whip-
pered In one short word whose It was.
It was a rambling place and we were hours
going through It. but though wo followed
Miss Knollys' suggestion and visited both
cellar and attic , wo found nothing In any way
suggestive of crime or death. With many
apologies to the young ladles , we were about
to leave the house when Lucetta , gliding to
my side , touched my arm and said : "You
will not forget our compact. Mr. Trohm's
house Is to bo searched also , Is It not ? " To
which I answered by a decisive "Yes , "
which made her cheeks flush and bright light
como Into her eyes. "If you do not find any
thing , " said she , "como back to me. I have
no faith In his cheerful airs and smiling
hospitality , and what you fall to discover I
will. For mark you there Is certainly some
one of dangerous character In this vicinity ,
and who should It be If not the persecutor
of my mother ? "
Deprecating this assertion , which looked
a lltllo too much like revenge , but yet anx
ious to keep my word with her at all haz
ards , I followed the two gentlemen Into the
road , and quietly explained the necessity
which our Invasion of this peaceable dwell
ing behind us had occasioned. "We shall
have to go through Mr. Trohm's also , " said
I , and though the constable was for demur
ring , Mr. Simmons at once fell in with the
project , saying :
"Oh , Mr. Trohm won't care ; he will rather
enjoy showing off the neatness of his dwell
ing. "
And so he did. For when he learned our
errand ho showed the utmost alacrity In
opening all the doors and ushering us Into
every nook and corner of his com-
forablo domicile. "Of course , I know
you don't expect to find anything , "
ho laughed , "hut none the less
do I admire your thoroughness and the ax-
treme Justice shown toward my interesting
young neighbors. What do you think of my
pictures , and what do you think of the mat
lltlle pincushions you will find on every
bureau , and all stuck full of pins ? "
Not exactly liking this sally , which some
how seemed out of place , I answered lightly ,
but took care to survey the whole house , and
especially the cellar , with a care that evi
dently aroused surprise In my country col
league. Hut I found nothing ; no , not th :
least trace of anything In the least sinister ,
and when , the formality over , we all steppeil
Into Hie open sunshine , I could not but asli
myself If my expedition were destined tc
failure , and If my plan ot procedure had nol
been too open and brusque.
A smile from Mr. Trohm as he bade m .
goodby rather served to emphasize this de
cision In my own mind. It was not like anj
other I had seen on his face and showed thai
under the geniality of his appearancs lay
depths of sarcastic enjoyment In othei
people's tllscomfltute that went far townrd
explaining the Inveterate course he had taksr
In reference to Althca Knollys.
"I must sec those girls again , " thought I
"Lucetta may bo right. Hut " My cogita ,
t.ona . got no farther , for at the first turn o
the road we came upon Lucetta standing llki
a wraith by the wayside , her bent finger lalt
upon her Up.
"I see. " she cried , "that you have dlscov
ered nothing. Now may I see what I cat
do to lift the suspicion which rests upoi
those who live on this unhapny road ? "
"Hut what can you do ? " I objected. "Why
you are as frail as that bough ot alder under
dor which you are standing. "
"Never mind ; you are sure , are you not
that people are killed here by some atrangi
and unforeseen means ? "
"Wo have thought so. "
"Very well , come back hero at nlghtfal
and see mo brave Mr. Trohm. If he Is thi
man I think he Is , results will follow whlcl
you will do-well to watch. But you must b
secret. He must consider himself safe fron
all prying eyes. "
I stared at the young girl In amazement
There was fever In her eyes , and on he
I. We came up n j.ucctta.
' " llushei cheek , hul therj was a Hern dctc
minatlon also , such determination as a mar ;
shows for a CSUEO which he deems holy.
"You will do this ? " I exclaimed.
"I will do this , " said she. "Ucmember ,
Ihe sunset hour , In Mr. Trohm's Rarden. "
"A whlppoorwlU's cry shall be the signal
I assured her. "When you hear that yi
may know that a watchful eye Is on y <
both. "
"And heaven defend me , " she murmurc
and was gone before any of us could utt
another word.
I pass' over the comments of my compa
Ions , who regarded the girl as half mad ,
well as the argumenls with which I Indue
them to keep silence over this adventure , t
I had given It the tst her earnestness d
manded , and come to the hour when , co
cealed In a knot of bushes overlooking M
Trohm's garden , I waited for the sinking
the sun below the wooded slopes behind ir. .
I had crept to my place quite unpercelved ,
thought , and If there were no doss abe
might reasonably hope to remain undliturb
In my concealment. Mr. Trolun. whom I h
been enabled to keep In Eight from my Hi
minute of approach , was working among I
flower beds , and as his manner cvlnc
neither pirturbatlon nor curiosity , I Judg
that ho looked for no more visitors In be
Man's Line that night. Suddenly 1 heard
rustle ; It wac very faint , but as Ihe t\ \
sank at that moment I raited the cry th
had besn agreed upon betwen Mist Knoll
and myeolt , and In so natural a tons Hi
Mr. Trohm loofcej up wllh aslnnlshment In
the trees above. At the fame Inctant I.ucet
. , " Kncllys appeared at the gat ° . and calling 1
" ' name , drew his attention to limelf. c <
dontly to his great surprise and liuvard ai
tailon.
"Lucettn ! " he exclaimed. "What does tl
, mean ? You are not In the habit of vltltl
me. " And a peculiarly eager look crest
cl hU face ai he came down the walk a
TO itojrpKl bsfaro her just where the itveiii
en the old well I have mentioned cast IU lan
n- shadows over the shaven lawn ,
n- Her answer was brief end d cliSve.
no "No , " he said. "I make few l lts.Vh
us I do come II 1s to utter either a protest or
er warning. This time U U a warning.
Trohm , your evil practices arc dlsco\erd ; I
norrow vou will have the police hero In
earnest ; they did but play with you today. "
"You child ! " ho gasped , striving , however ,
o restrain all evidences of shock or terror.
'What do you mean , and to what practices
do you allude ? that of my gardening nnd
lousckceplng ? I never heard them called
ovll before. "
"nut murder Is evil , and gardening and
lousokeeplnp ; do not employ all your time.
Where Is Silly Uufus , Mr. Trohm ? They
mve asked me , but It nny one In Lost Man's
Lane can answer that question It Is you ! "
And then I saw that the Instinct of this
; lrl had led us where more acumen would
lave failed to take us. For the old man
: rlnicd and the wrinkles c.imo out * In his
' .ico till he was diabolically ugly.
"You viper ! " he shrlokod. "How dare you
accuse me of a crime you , whose mother
would have died In Jail but for my forbear
ance ! Have you ever seen me tread upon
a worm even ? Lucetta , you are mad ! "
"Mad or sane , my accusation will bear
fruit , Mr. Trohm. I bellsve too deeply In
your guilt not to make others do so. "
"You do ? " ho sneered.
"I do. "
"And why ? " he cried.
"Decauso your heart Is wicked , Dccauso
your face "
"My face ? Take care , Lucotta , take care ;
you will bring trouble on yourself. If you go
on. "
"Though I bring death , I nlll denounce
you. I have the honor of my own house
hold to defend. Besides , the earth should
bo rid of such n monster as you. "
"Such a monster as I ! Well , my pretty
one" ( his voice grown suddenly wheeJIIng ,
hla face a study of mingled passions ) , "wo
will sco about that ; wo will see about that.
Como just a stop nearer , Lucetta ; I want
to ECO It you nro really the Httlo girl I used
to dandle on my knee. "
His hand was on the curb of the old well ;
lib face , so turned that It caught the full
Wo rescued MNs Knnllyn.
glare of the setting sun , leaned toward th
girl , and seemed to exert n fascinating Ir
fluence upon her. ' She took the step h
asked , and bcforo I could cry out to her b <
ware I saw him bend forward with a am
den quick motion , and then start again U ]
right , while her form , which but an Instar
before had stood there In all its frail an
youthful beauty , tottered as If the groun
were bending under It , and In another mi
ment dlBappearel from my appalled sigh
swallowed In some dreadful cavern , that fc
an Instant yawnoJ In the smooth shaven la\\
before me , nnd then vanished again froi
Bight , ns If It had never boon.
Shouting out my horror. I bounded fro ;
my place , but stopped again for nn Instan
dazed by the sight ot' ' the old man
demoniacal delight. . Ito was leaping to ar
fro over the turf , holding up his lingers I
the red sunset glare. "Six ! " he shrlekc
"Six ! and room for two more ! O , It's
merry Ilfo I lead. And now , where Is m
pretty Lucetta ? Surely she was hero
moment ago. How could she have vanlsho
then , so quickly ? "
This last question was uttered In such
different tone of voice that It gave me a ct
to the whole situation. I saw , even Mill
"I bounded to the rescue ot the devoti
mnldon , that he was one of those mania' '
who have perfect dnitrol over themselvi
except In the moment of triumph ; and no
Ing his look of sinister delight percelvi
that half his pleasure arid almost his so
reward for the horrible crimes ho had pe
petrated was In the mystery surrounding tl
loss ot his victims and the surmises whit
It naturally called up , I could , therefor
understand his letter to the police and tl
extreme satisfaction ho took In playing wl
my efforts and contemplating his own fa
cled Immunity from suspicion.
Meantime I had covered the wretch wl
my pistol , and reaching the spot \vlie
Lucotta went down tried to lift the mos
covered lid I could faintly discern thot
Hut I found this Impossible with the glarli
figure of the raving maniac ready to iprli
upon me , and I should certainly have fall
In my efforts If at that moment youi
Knollys had not como Into sight , anxloun
looking for his sister.
Urging him to , hasten , I thrust the plst
Into his hand and bid him hold Mr. Troh
at bay , while I flew to the well-curb and trl
to find the ( spring which worked the deail
mechanism. A yell from the wrlthli
creature at my side guided mo unconscious
In my search , and In another moment I ea
the fatal lid tip and disclose what appear
to be the remains of n second well long a ;
dry and abandoned for the other.
"Now , " cned I , "for more assistance
And , raising my voice , I sent a snout dev
the road which brought Mr. Simmons frc
the place where he had bidden himself. 11
tween us wo toro the lid from Us fastenln
and rescued Miss Knollys. As slie h
fainted In falllhg she had not suffered muc
and when a half hour later nho opened h
eyes In her own house It was to flnd o
shadow at least lifted from her life.
Ono word inoro In explanation of the p <
slstent iTatred which Obudlah Trohm h
shown toward his erring neighbor. Wh
his papers were searched , this letter w
found , dated Iwcnly-flva years back , 1.
showing In every discolored cre.isa how oft
It had been opened and read. It began c
luptly :
"You pcreecute me. I do not love you n
never sNill. If you contlnua attentions Hi
are positively d stasleful to me , I shall c
In haling what Is now simply dlsagrccal
to me. 1 am going lo marry Andrew Knoll ;
Yours very truly ,
"A'LTHEA nurtuouans. "
Plrkril Up on llii * lllRh rn. ;
NEW YORK , Juno 18. The American si
R. A. Smith arrived yesterday afternoon frc
Manzanlllo , Cuba , with a full cargo of pug :
When forty miles outpide ot the harbor
Manzanlllo the bark fell In with a sm
boat \\hlch put aboard a Cuban , Manuel i
Torrlenta by name. Torrlents li a phyi.lcl
and amember of Iho Insurgent army. I
yond the fact that ho had letters of Inti
dUPlIon lo parties In New York nothing cot
bloirned of hU history or fuluro movcmen
Ho doe * nol understand English.
o
: i nr.v W. ( .riily'n son Mnrrln * .
OCONOMOWOC , Wl * . . June IS. The w <
ding loday of Miss Grace Gould , d.tughlnr
Mr. and Mrs. David 11. Gould of St. Lou
s
Mo. , and Henry W. ( Jrady of the Allan
( la. . Constitution , was nn event that u
long be remembered by hojourners at tl
popular lake roscrt. The ceremony took ph
at ! i a. m. at Klon Hpiscop.il church , II
Frederick C. .It-well olllclatlng. A rcdiptl
followed at the new granite and redwood c
Uge of Mr. Gould. Fifteen hundred Invl
linns had he"n Issued nnd Ihu
rcas an exceedingly brilliant inc.
. \ii li -i : bimilimrj 'J'roiihlr * lletltril.
ST. PAUL. Minn. , June IS. As an o
come of the trouble In the United LuthGru
over tha Auebrg emnary ! thirteen me
bora veie ycjtnrdny afternoon , by 4lm
unanimous vote , expelled from the rlair
The vole etood abjut 12 to I , although : h
hud vigorously rj/okcn rgMmst the prupo
ac'lou iluring the day ,
Shlloh'i Cura U told on a guarantee ,
cnrc.-t incipient consumption. U U the I
cough cure. Only one cent a dotcr SSc ,
and $1.00. Sold by UooJuun Drug Co.
COURT GIVES ITS CONSENT
Pavornblo Condition of the Appeal of Ovo >
land Officials.
UNION PACIFIC LINES TO BE REPAIRED
Kunimi I.lnod of tlie 8y tom Will 110 th
Which Will ll col the Atlon-
tlon of llernlvor CUrk nnd
Ilia Associates.
Managing Receiver S. U. H. Clark and
Judge Kelly ot the Union 1'aclfic returned
this morning front St , I'aul , where they
went to apply to Judge Sanborn for permis
sion to Issue $150,000 worth of receivers'
certificates to repair bridges and the road *
bed on the Kansas Central , which extends
from Mlltonvale to Leavcnworth. Their trip
was successful , as Indicated by the dispatch
from St. Paul In The lice of this morning.
Tha report ot Chief Engineer 1'cgram of
the Union 1'aclflc to the receivers , and upon
which It was decided to ask the sum ol
money above named to carry on necessary
cpalrs to bridges , etc. , shows that the old
ewe truss bridge across the Blue river ,
ear Garrison Crossing , about eighteen miles
rom Manhattan , Kan. , Is In a condition ro-
ulrltiR Immediate attention ; that the tow
rice ot Iron and ste l at this time permit !
' the construction of an iron bridge across
10 Dine , ( o take the place ot the old
ooden structure now In process of rtlssolu-
on. lie also recommends the building ot
n Iron decker In the city of Leavomvorth
o take the place ot a ramshackle structure
hlch has outlived Its usefulness. This ,
owever , Is only a single span , and Is not
' great Importance. There are other small
ridges to be repaired , the whole repair to
ridges on the Kansas Central amounting to
bout $50,000. The balance of the amount
s to bo expended In Improving the physical
ondltlon of the road , new steel nnd new
es being needed along the line , which li
lioiit 175 miles In length nnd which has been
llowed to run down on account of the small
uslness being done , the road barely paying
pcratlng expenses since Us construction ,
anything like an attempt to setllctnent
long the line it promises , however , to bo an
nportant feeder to the main line of the
Inlon I'aclllc , but this Is only In the future ,
horc Is another bridge across the Kupub-
can near Miltonvlllo needing repairs , but It
s thought In the engineer's olllce that with
cuts placed under the structure It could ba
HI lie to last until next year.
Mr. riiRii/.l In n lltiil HOT.
J. G. Fugazl of San Francisco Is one of tha
cst known contracting emigrant agents In
ic country , doing business for railroads and
lanlpulatlng Italians. For several yenra
'ugazl has been In the employ ot the Union
'nclllc , but nom time ago ho was let out
ml was hired by Ihe Hlo Grande Weslorn
o route business over Us line. So persistent
Id Fugazl become In the Interest ot
Is line and so wholly without
egaid to the rules and regulations of the
migrant agreement of the Western Passen
ger association that Mr. Lomnx of the Union
'aclllc decided to protest the action of Its
orincr employe. Considerable bad blood ro-
ulted , but the Union I'aclllc maintained Its
position and when Mr. Lomax was In Chi-
ago last week ho won a most complete Vic-
ory.
ory.Mr. . Fugazl retired from the Union Pacific
n account of charges made by some of the
lues parties to the emigrant agreement that
' "ugazl had broken the agreement. It soema ,
lowover , that the Itlo Grande Western ,
vhlch Is one of the lines party to the ngree-
nent , retained Fugazl and since that tlmo
las been busy explaining Its position , It la
now authoritatively stated that the Hlo
} rando Western has gone on record to the
effect that Fugazl Is simply the agent on
lastbound business and that the company has
lothlng to do with his westbound routings ,
and declining to bo responsible for his ac
tions.
The Union Pacific , feeling Itself placed In
most awkward position , has protested
against the action of the Rio
Grande Western , with the result that all
ho Unas Interested have agreed to glvo
'ugazl no recognition whatever on wcst-
> ound business. In order to keep their
iledgeH with the Union Pacific. Fugazl ,
hcreforc , Is confined to castbound business
mtlrely and Is In consequence greatly handi
capped by the stand taken by the Union Pa
cific , In which oven the Hlo Grande Western
supports Lomax of the Union Pacific.
RntfM Arntii Ho ttmtornl.
Rates on packing house product to the
Mississippi river , Chicago and Peorla will ba
restored to the old tariff Juno 29. This
ictlon was decided upon late yesterday ,
when the Missouri , Kansas & Texas signified
A desire to the Burlington to withdraw ox-
Ming tariffs and go back to the old condi
tion ot things which prevailed before tha
cut rates from Kansas City and Omaha wont
nto effect.
A Ilurllngton official , talking of the
restoration , said that the reduction
on packing house product was forced upon
that road by the Missouri. Kansas & Texas ,
and rather than stand criticism on the part
of South Omaha packers for not meeting ths
rats out ot Kansas City , determined to glvo
South Omaha the benefit of the tame rate.
It was retaliatory , of course , " ho added ,
'but ' It hap accomplished our purpose , namely ,
that the Missouri , Kansas & Texas has real
ized how futllo Its efforts are and now an
nounce a willingness lo play fair , "
Tha Hock Iriand , Milwaukee and North
western , anticipating that some such action
might b : taken , icfused to quote the rate
announced by ths Rurllnglon to St. Louie ,
Chicago and Pcorla and this morning they
oxpresfid themselves as perfectly satleflcd
the way things \sero working out.
Hrslorp.l St. l.onlsvMliMiurl River Iliitos.
ST. LOUIS , June IS. Ily agreement be
tween all the lines In Interest St. Louls-
MUsourl river rates are to bo restored on
June 29 and rigidly maintained on and after
that day.
< t ir.it.KKi > I.N ni'.u M.r.Ki' ,
Her Brother FollnwiMl llnr unit Wn Kil'ed
liy ll -\vnctlimrt. .
CLOUD C1IIKF , Okl. , Juno 18. A report
came In yesterday that Jim Jones killed 11111
Uayflold just across the line In Mills county.
Junes had been waiting upon a sister of
Hayflcld , whose family made serious objec
tions thereto and threatened Junes with vie
lence. The girl occasionally walked In her
bleep and after hearing her pcop'.ft
make UireatH hn rciRc In the night and went
four miles to the homo ot Jones to warn
him. Not daring to take her homo , Jones
look her to the house ot a neighbor. When
ho departed for homo some one fired two
shots at him In the dark and Jones returned
the lire. Jones was unhurt , but his firing
brought a man to the ground with a bullet
through Ills heart. The dead man proved to
bo Itayllvld , who , It appears , had followed
hl.H bister on her midnight errand of warning ,
WlMniiln lmil ! < i-r In fr4 > ttli > n
OSIIKOSII. WIs. , Juno IS. Nearly 100
lending bai.kcr * from all parts ot thf ftato
ar : here today to attend the annual state
meeting of the WUcomln Hankers 'associa
tion , which uas called to order In the city
lull at 10 : = 0 a. m. by President S. M , Hay
> l ihlt city. After the r.port& nf olflcem
and the appointment of committees tha
meeting adjourned until 1:30 : p. m , , when on
IntTeslIr.g paper on "The Silver Question"
ai read by F. G. Illgclow of Milwaukee.
A general dlxcusuloti and the election of
officers followed , and the vliltorj and their
ladles were then taken for a four-hours' ex
cursion lo view tlie numerous mimmer re-
orli adjjrent to the city. This evening
they will K tendered a banquet at the Holt )
Athwrn.
'Whsn Iliby tra * UoV , vm garo hrr Castorla.
When cU.o > r.ix a Child , .ie cried for Cascrla.
\7bun tha became MUs , xlio ulua to Coitorla.
MTu ? & : h9 bad Culldrru , is'io ' gave them UastorU

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