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. - - _ _ _ - _ - - - - _ _ - - TilE O\AllA DAILY BEE , } IRIDA . .
L SPBCIAL NOTiCBS.
. . . . . . . . . - - - .
h'rrU"rlllrnt" fur tllr" ) " cuIttrnn
\ 4 , .11 . hc tlkrl ulti 1 1:1 : p. in. fur
thr c'cnhIK Inl ultl H p. in. for the
- anorlhlK 1111 HIIIII ) ' i'1 I tIfl. .
/ . , h'ert"rrl , hy rrlu."tIJ ii nnln-
1u'r.l ehrelt , cnn hle Inlw.rl ml-
dreNu.l to 1 lulllh.rr.1 " .t"'r In clrt
of 'I'he nc. AIIner" PlO l\l(1r..r.1
. " ,11 he Iclh'cr. l I , ) UIIUI Ilre""ltiton
A 01 the chr.k onlT flztc " , 1 1- : e n
o'or.1 fr"t 11"'rtnn , Ie fl " "r,1
I tllr"lfrr. , ( NothlnK tlk'n for I. " "
l tllll 2u fur Ir"t hll'rCol 'Ihcle
T1 n.h'crt"clcnt" Ilu"t be rnl eon-
- . iieciutItly. t
$ ' SITUATlOS " ' , \XTEn.
: \ LAUY WANTS tACI TO I AIN IOAHD
while otendlni Om. lu.lnu. Col. . 13 8 FornRm A-313
I .
' s'icrCD-IAI.l ; IJ I.I' ,
; iWANTI'D. btVfl. INT : I.LIGNT AUINTH IN
Omaha 10 organize clutie or three to five rami.
liii for our fHmou" Orcherti ) Iotiies land In ci-n.
lrl le Miiiieglppi. The tide of immigration te CO.
10K Muth. where there Rre no b"t vlnI , , . Ito
c"ld winters 10 biiziarUe. no crop ftIlureL
Where two or Ihr" CI" . .n I. i rul.e .och .
3ear. Where there Is no such thing os fail. .
' . uro I ! 0 lon will work on.halr D h..rd oe he
. 1oe . In tltli country. Cool eummeu. ml1 win.
tI'rL Bore paying crl" " or fruit anti I.rdrn
) ; trurle. Hlch.t Mi on earth. UP.t rlwny
/ - - ' fadiitieq . Oeo. 'V Ame. . general agent. IGI1
Parntim itret. Omaha Ii-1Z ;
. OFNTI.I'AN : TO wOHe OMAHA OH TAitE
trrior In Nehr.ka oe Itneral /enl or nn ,
013' . sick. ncclIent n1 'rath ' bitcflt nnd
old Ipnen
ter..y.ar ' .lk. ocellent n.clntlon. Prl.ntal ,
man rererrrd. C.tli "eloton. . . , e.r ndM. . .
c..1 aC.r
_ w ' . , ) Itenl. 30 t'axton liock. n-M Q
. - WArID : . TWO gXII.mlNCFO TIA VCI.IO
N ' . GOOI h1rrlor ) ' . leln & 'n" > np.n.
tailors. lGI Farnant. l-M910
i IGO.OOTO $ WO.oo RAI.AHY I'\I fALCRJI N
$0.0
. - for elgare : .xpelenee lot n.ceMOr ) ' : 'xtm In-
ducementl to cutOflICtL W.IOI & ItlnHt. .
0 j Louis. Mo. . lj-M113 SZ3'
-
- - - - -
WANTIT ) . .A OOOD AT.T. AROUND TAILOR
nt onc" Cflh1 on or nddre I IIeyd. 'Vo
Cnl Jl-MlC6 '
. tIver. Neb. - le 1'
- . \VANJI I. IXII I NCI - I ANt ) PIIACTICAb
. . 10rl.t 81d gnrdner. 11. 11001. 183 Vlnlon al.
. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - lSZ
. ? : ' , , VANTI COMIII NT ATiST1tACTIR :
b .lain experl.nep and salnry wantc' ' . Lock box
/ , , 72. Hloux City . II lI-l'1632 I : '
I . VANTID TWO IlItST.CLASS. " : XII I.
I ence,1 traveling ealetnen New 1'nelnn.1 : Jew.
t dry und Hlvorware ! Co. , lIa City. Iowa.
V _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Il-MITT 14'
' . I tT5.ItO A IOTH AND IXIIiNCli. NO lX- :
t J5.0 " necessary. floods monololy. Pay sur.
' Hy.lem IJerr.ct. Terrn . fr"e. Ath1reM K. H. .
I . _ E3liutnmr slr".I. 1ioofl. iIaSL nM1 1. '
"ANT > . A I'I.UMI H AT ONCe AT l"IUm
: . & lack' . . 1-16'.1 '
1. ' WANTlt > . RAtSAOP MA1 { I. OEHMAN :
. ' .7 ! . he ( 'omp"lell to work In alaulhl.r house
. .u"ge rum end In the markrt. .11rcS .
I \Vetp1iab-n 110. . , Atinotic . la. 1i-MCt 13
WANTlI " . AN IXII'IJNCI : , : 1.\CltBI 01'
: croc.cl'y nl,1 , 1:1".wal'e. : Hlato " perienCe.
wtigei nnl , reference. - I 10. Bee. Ii-81214' - -
'ANTID-A IIANO l'LAYEI Af 1O3NO. 9TH.
Oermal II ererr"J. 1-8IG II
- - -
2J0WFOiT0lIii WANTH l XlgmFNCI 1
sil laloll'l awl , nrHt cllo gents ' rurl.hln ,
. gl"I ll. man nl once ; . .rm.lent 110.1111 to
. , recontinendeti 01111 have
geol men ; muot ho well r.cummende.1 nltl Ilte
plrttty or , 'xll'rlenc. 1-\22.1
) . All0ltlItS FOR \S'YOMINU COMPANY ;
.A\OI'I , 01 \ & M. Hy. ; w"rl , gunront.r.l ; free
trn.I"rlato. 1IUIIICr & ( Yltearn. l1Z I.'nr.
Oath slreet. 1I-Ms3 IS'
r-
\Vt'1'El-1tlA I.l I ( I.I" .
't C ( AND LUNDI1S8. 20S S. % 1'J A\1.
. \ \ - i
WANTflI 1 AT ONCI' 0001 miL FOIl m'N. :
erl hiouieYo1k. Inquire t2a Suulh Glh avellue.
C-M1G313
\\TgD. A I.ADY 1.\11 2. WITH A ltUi-
; ness turn : 1.0llon must be hIlled Immedlnl'\ .
- 1 I lIce. C-M802 I
ii : ; RO. ITH ST1ttIT. . I.'UHNISIED 1tOOM.
board In vicinity. Gs.1
% VANT1I ) . auth. G1IhihtAI. 1IOUSI4\VOIt1 ,
; Mrs. lIoape. jr. , al No. 17h slreet.
slreet.G89.1
VANTFU 01111. 16 OIL 1 YAns 01.1) TO AH.
MIst II hDusowork. APPlY nt 2G2 l'nrnam 01.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - C-I.I : '
. - . ; OND THAT CAN
WANTgp-I0IRI.nmlgn TIAT
c come welt recoiumcnded. . \I.ly nt EI Hart .
I'S the tailor. C-S17-i2' .
WANTEl-F'h1tHT CrASS WO IAN COO' 1tt.
iANTIW-I"IST . IZlh it. u C 21.18
WANTHI A WOMAI'T 0" mCATIN AND !
; tact ; 1)"IUon Iermn.nl.ll , re.sep. . 1 U.
C.'Ia'I Co. : C- 1821 .1 : '
A GIRL FOIl 01NIItAL. : 11OUlilV0It1-
8. hut O"enu. C- 18J4 15'
.
. ' ' ' .
I.'on nBN'I'-UOUSI
,
110USIS. I- 1. ' . DAubING , lAme I IILOCIC. V-8t
I1oUi4IS IN ALL PARTS OF TiE CrfY. TIIFi
JIOUfl
. TiE
O. F. l.tl. CoII1)IUy. 15 : Farn3m. D !
110USlS , 1iINEWA 41 CO. . 103 N. 15'1 ST.
U-233
U. l CO.I 8 CO. . L.\HOEST LIST IN Olll .
D-2S4
t..ltOOlI 10USI . INQUme Z804 I"\HNAM
slreel. U-28
S ! 0DlN S.HOO 10UHIS ; 5 MINUTES
\ walk from curl hou. UDum 31. Darker bik
D-1
NICI : lOIHmN EOHT.lOOl 10USI . 1W. .
lached ; nice lawn trees . barn. 2GI I'lerce.
1)-GI
WOLIT. A COTTAO WITH mGBT 100Mi.
! on 30th near l'ulnam. Charls Turner. 31
Varnaul. 1-9J
3J-OItItENT. 1nY UEHltA\LI InSllNCI .
ZI3 I"amam. It. C. I'utenon. 4 : Iamle blk.
I :
MGTACh1E1) MOmmN nlSml : NCI . 28Th !
und 1'llllrlon : mOI'en , brick. 2d 8 California
" Sherwuod n'e. C. A. Storr. t1 . N. Calforia I.o.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ D-6 S . :
10R1tENT. COTTAGE 4.1tOOt4. Z8TH AND
FOI J = . COT''AO 4.100M .
1'arIIatI2 .Ir.et. Milton Ioce , e & Sons. I-G7
FOt J : T. 11CK I\Vl1.LlNO . 1 ROOMS .
Ulh and I.eavenwol ! lon Rogers ilogil.
. 1)-SI )
2O. 193 N. Z.ll STlnI T. IIX.htOOM hOUSE .
alRhlo : No. : sit Center street 4 . room houe ,
etable. D-MGOI 14'
POItItENT. 10.HOOM hOUSE. ALL MODURN :
: OI J HOUSF J. MODN
newly gilt Ialered : 2 1ts nice lawn nnl , ! trees .
halt hlo'k . from street car ! In. ot 10 ! I'.r
I'nln : carpet . and furnIture fur bate. 4916
Capitol n\ . D-GI8
YOI'lt.ItOOM COT\OF OOOD LOC.\TION.
.100 S. 191h .1. 1.0l.\11 1-21 ) :
FI : mNTIiuIT = IOOl Fn.UI DWEIL.
Ing. hard w"o,1 , Illh , with . 01 modern con-
, ' .nh''c8. irciudIng furnace . . .
" h\cludlnl rUf" . .luah'd ( 8t No
ru Inlr Ilowrtr.I .1. $ : Ilr iiontit. Apply
to Nelherlon hall. room M7. let Nut. Ilk. ildC.
I-M631 1
! ' FINE 8,100) MOUlmN 10URI R. MI
14. HIlt Ild 3016 1Iason lulph" ) ' . IC ) N. y.
Life. - . '
U-JIG.16'
jV3.ItOOM IIOUSII. ZU IOUOLAS.
_ _ _ DOUo.AS.D11&1
VOlt ItENT. 5OCT11 FHOXT ! lilticK HOU8
. SOUTI
F.NT. . . t'eIIen IOllh 11lK alcove :
large c.'lar. bath , ga . and furnn . : all In un ! .
class ( > llt3n : p 8..lun I.'n O Irlt. .
Inquire COS halt Howar . or Uco. I Tzscltunk.
lice ellIce. I-MIO
roll ntXT , .noml hOUSE . 5 % B. 19Th AVE.
- flue Intiulre , 4:3 0. 1lh 'Ir.et 1JIU
A LAitUli I.un' 01" m:81A 1.1 ! hOUSES.
Fldehlly 'Irust coniany. ; 102 1'afnam 10USI .
l . .SO
! ISN.1t00M 1 10UI. : : MON CN"NI _
ene.'H nn,1 % % I .r 51 t % Ii. 19th .t. U-1SS.13'
iUNT. G.HOOM lOlSI' : , N WI.Y 1A.
I'ele ; city waler : $9.0 per IU , 19 N. 31.
ttu.tel. next tu I' O. 1)-19I
- - - .
'ro 1.1.:1. A 12 . ALSO A : I.Alm : IIOOM
m"prn brick hDU' : Itrt-ciasa ' . 10\ .
quire John N. Freazer. nontl nnd itealty
Alenl , t''Iwslje ! I' . O. 1)MIlIt )
34.It tOMI.ODlItN 1)ETACIIEI : ) 10U514 ! AT
:07 I4 : 14th .tleet In vieg.nt , 10UHI' .
:1 "Iu.bl. I lh : l'I'Cont rellr : rent rca-
I.rom lh .Ir.et modern . house heate1 I ) . te.tm. itt ILL B.
7. " " 1 modern detached hon.r. east frnt , at
t2G N. 11h n.nue , See Fidelity ' 'I'ot Co. ,
liV l"amal I\eel , I-Mi9816 ,
Felt n : NT. 1''UI.I. 110111413. 1315 JONI
JOUlm. I
Ilr .t , IC.O : :15 ! l'.s stree ! . ' : " ' : 1162 : '
strest , , aCa I. & Helby , 1M3 } ' .unam. 1 I' '
1S :
! F'O If LAlm : Hl.ltOO1l 1 IlOtYSES. 131 :
_ Huth lIst sIre . t , : .lOM I- IS I s3
1"Ol ltLTI.Il1tS1SllH11 ltt)11S. ;
l'UINISlm 100)16 : IA'rl ; hOT ANt ) COld )
4 \at'r : r.nt re.lonall. ! 11 10T , : ANI COI.I
- C-lli03 1 $
1.hlil.l'tltNlShlEt : - - ) 11005N. : - i. IiOt' : I ' fhI
V. _ lith n\o _ _ _ _ - RCI'r
Fl'nNIII El -I - ROOM WITH - ' .c\iii :
8uloblo for two : board Ir dalred ; W7 \
. . . _ lt ! - Z)7 ' 14' .
mNI8\U : FRONT I100M. " : . . . \
. \ l'nONT AI.I-\
IUllnlo . for t.o : board .f . . . . ITI . . \ - "
. _ : iLrvt. 1-MT9 : Ii'
NWELY FUINISI U $ IOt'Tht ROOM ml
\TI lo)1
! .
hoard.
lu lr . 1-iU IJ'
iumnmen flOOM3.2oU5K1E1'Ix ! . nil
. . . tUEIUt-IX
al. : ) . : --M4 U'
.
- -
, ' . .
' .
I UUISII : U00318 $ ANn 10AUD ,
BOUTH ROOMS , $ INOI..Ii . NSUITI' . 10Ano.
- liO61)ov&lss. . - - Pn I
HR8l1AI1h.Ii ! FtlNIIlm nols. $1NUb
( rn suIte . with boatti : fttertnces. :1 'ar-
nsm strset. . " ' -M7.
l'UINIRIID ! ANI PNI.'UnNIRIJ1 ! 100111 :
tran"lenl" accommodated. The ( aplnl , 1 %
- Clpllol avenue - . F-IG Oi'
NICELY " 'UINISIU ! : ROOMS . ooon ! IOAID :
IrOunable rates. The hose . 302) . ' - : Itarney. : Oct. I.
- - - - -
I100MS. WIT I I'IRT (1\98 II0AIU.T
the hlartehl. 13 H. 2th 8lreel. J'- 132 15'
Volt I11IN'r-UiUh1N1sIHn I00 ) IS.
5 UNI.'UI1NISIII3D CIIAIIUlts ! : VOlt IIOUSII.
'unNISlID CIAMInB
l'Ot 10UBI.
keeping 10 Ian and wlrr. 319 N 17th.
0-M4
TIU : : OOMS , CLOSETS , W.\ m. G N.
nh - street. - O- IG Ii'
I'oun"gny I.AHm : 1l01'SEKEL'PINU
rooms , $ S.O ; rererenc.s. 109 S. Othi.UM1lI
O- ll U'
I I.'IONT IOO 18. IGI \JN\\'OITI RT.
' 0-519.11'
I'OI flL'1'-S'I'0h1LS AI ) OI..ICI S.
OFFIIS : nUHIMAN 1.0Cle : IS LOCA.
lion. 1" ' . I ) . 'Vel.d IGlh and Douglas It ? .
l-t02 SU
FOR IIENT-TI1E 4.HTOHY MErCK HUILIINU
.
916 I.'ornaln Hlrrel. This building has n n"
proof , cem.nt basement complete sleam heating
1'lur. , . water on all 110015 . gas , etc. ApplY 01
the omee oC This I , ' 1.910
. &C.IIN'I'S WANTJI ) .
AO : NTSGOODO mTH WANTED IN
every town 10 sell the no"ord Cottibinatlon
olhlnaton
Sign : .e" " eel men nly ; U.O ( per day
Bend elamp howard Sign Co. , H.dala. Mo.
J-Mi9G U'
WNTHl-TO ILHNT.
WA NT 1' : TO RENT . . JlHNISIU:1 I0mm
b ) 1 omal ttimihy. AdJr.es I 7 , K-MIll . 16.
YtIltNISTED 1100514 liT I1El.IAIII.H COtll'LIl.
1"lHNlfIFD I0rfN Il 1
No chiIldrenAddioss . I 12.11cc. kC-118.13'
WANTHI 10lt Il Tin wrmWITH
German rom 1\ . $ .0. Addrcs U Ii . I. " .
K- 18:3 13'
RENTAL AGINCY ,
O. O. WALLAC . 16ENTM. 31 UHOWN m.le.
LMU
STOItAG 32.
STRAG . 1.'nANK EWIiI1S. 121 IIARNEY.
. . . 1-2S1
I'ACWIC STOHAOP & WAH10UfF CO. . 90S
910 June sl. General storage and torwnrdln.
M-28
'VANTI U-'O IU' :
IIGn ST 1ICrH PATH I.'on nAOS. mONo
metal . rubber and lsttles : car lots I pecInlty.
Chicago Junk house. 8U.Sa D"uelas. Omoha. - !
N-91
I.'OU SALI.1-FUIIN1TVIt32.
FlHNITUHE ! AND IUDING ; LARGE AD
small 101. 323 H. 10th . o It'
FOR SAL32-NISC32L.LANIiOUS. ;
IIARIWOOI ) COM1IIN.Vl'ION nee AND
COllINA''IN
IAIDWOOD . Cha. I. Lee . 91h and Dtigins.
-2S9
{
FOIl SALE : ChI1AP-UIG LINE OF frCOD-
hantl hlecle. Omaha Bicycle company 323 N.
IGth street. ) Q-931.S18
.OH . SAI.n. LA1)Y'S $10.0 IIICYCLE . NI\ :
pJ.O Atldres A 62. lIee. Q-I :
Ichi IN CAIILOAD LOTS. C0IliIl4S1'ONDENCL
ICt CAILO.\U I.TH. COml : CI
, oIhcIted . A. I NIcholas . Counci 11101(5. IH.
Q-M142 09
' 94 nAMBLFI mCYCLD IN GOOI CON ! ) ! -
tion was $2.OJ. wIll eel for $ : .00. OOal1
Ilicycle Co. Q-7 12
101t HAI.14 $ G.o GHADE ITHACA 1AI.tMI1it-
l"OI lAMMlm.
less gun . uled very lIttle : hal , rlce. S3 : 1.ul ,
nvenue. Q-MH3 lC'
CI.\ltOYA 'IS.
MRS. DR. II. WAIt11HN CLAIItVOYANT . ItE.
liable Iudne.s medium ; 5th year at lS N. 829J 11th.
- -
1'ltOP. L11IIOY 112 CAPITOL A VFNl . TIE
greatest clairvoyant and trtnco medium living ;
lr : ncol ;
satisfactIon guaranteed : : I or Ito Iy ; 11'lnt '
trouble cal ; fee. SOc up. 1-Mi3 1 : '
l'IOl. 1.I.mOY. 1 : CAI'ITOL AYJ'NUF. : TIm
greatest clairvoyant and trance 1\.IUI 1'lng ;
satisfaction Guarnteel ur nu lily : all In
trouble cal : f. " . Wc UI' 5-1101 U'
IASS.\GC , IA'IIS , ETC.
MADAME liMIT ! ! , 6 S. 13TH 2ND 1"I.OI.
root ) ) 3 ; magnetIc. vapor , alcohol , steam. 8ul.
pherlno anti tea batits. T-M62I U'
- - - -
MME. nOWELL. TUItKISIL AND ELECTRIC
lla 'rUlKISI CrC
bnthl. 1'inest Iarlors In city. 318.323 S. 151h.
' -M9H.SZO'
1.IME. : I.AIUE. MASSAGE , hOT IIATI ! . IGI
ijuwartl T-ll.06'
MHS. Hit. LEON m.EOANT MASSAG\ ' AND
electric bath Inrlor restrul and refreshing.
42 Norlh _ 11h _ atreel. T-M613 13'
1MI . UEI1NAI1D . 100 1 1 , 3ID FLOOR . U %
Vodge. 'f-M72 13'
TURIUSU IIAi'IIS. .
TUmOSH ! 1.TI8 ; ONLY lLAC : IN CITY
uelust'e for ladles. Suite 109.110 lice Bldg. 135
LADIES ' UATJS , MMC , POST 3IP ! s. 151i
1'EI1S0NtL.
: . .
VIAYI CO. . 34G 11:1. : II.DO. 11\.11 IIOUK
free : IWle ttcattuentlatly ; _ alendant U- : :
U. IIAAS. 110111" ! PLANTS. CUT " 'I.WEnS.
ilalttiuet. ball. eeIdencc and giave deCOaIon3.
1813 Vllion strect. Telephone 1iG. U- : !
IA''J8. MASSAGE. MME. I'OWI ; 319 ! ! S. U-2 l TH. J
VINE LIVERY mos Clm"I' . El ) . lAUML.Y.
Itb and St. Mary' annuc. Telel'honc 40.
U-MIll
1'hlI'ATL3 Il0M1- FOR WOMlN DUINO CON' .
IInnIeflt. Uut rrerenu Ien. 3:1 N. coN
U- '
- ; '
U18'S1'
TENTS TO nINT AND SELL.
11 I.rnam , etr.I , LL
l'hon. 183. A. H. ItlWitZer.tj9S3 ) SI'
THOiE WISIING INFORMATION ON IN.
yeoIinIttS . coflee. olar. cocoa . giahls I and Cattlu .
land. climate . imtnigratlun. etc. . will be cot- .
recty answered by el'lc.111 $ .0. registered .
P. 1toclwood. ApRrlad , No Z1 l1gutn. Uolum.
CI"m.
bitt . South America. U-M116-S23'
LOWI' BOV. INI"RMATIN W'ANTEDoF
Howard 8. Green . lG years ohS. 8 > or H. 01 . .
Uren : heft hionte llulrlc" . AI . IctIt ' h8
dark brown hair ' ' . 5 llhr'
drk Irwn gray eyes feet G i uehes
tall. slightly toct-shiouhiieretl , : corner or one
trout 'oth brokeu and built out wlh gold ;
left home wearjn light c.lon,1 sck coat
1.lul.h IIJnls. noe.I , negl&e ahlrt. oldish
> trw hat , oren tilted back 01 he.th I seen
vlra or wrIte at once to' A. L ( keen ,
Ileatrice. - . '
Jeatrlce. U-8).I
) iiiS. : C. IllmXI n. MARHAm lAS HE-
turned fnm lint Springs and I. reoltenetI
lien l'ArlO , WI IJugla. II reel. Ihe rol'elt.1 now
I.repan' to uccommodalo nil p.roonsho Use
the mu.ago treatment and Swtl.h mo\'e
ment. U-83.U' !
MOSEY TO I.O\X-ICAL ES'VATil. ?
AN1'IJNY I.AN ' & TRUST CO..3U N. Y. I.IFE.
Lan at low rates fur choice .ecurlh' Ne.
britka and Iowa ' .rms or Omaha city property
W- : >
MONEY TO I.O.\N AT LOWESTIIATES.
\ \1 TIlE
O. I" . Davis Co. . 35415 I.'ornm sl. TII :
CITY LO.NS , C. A. S'l'Alt. 615 N. Y. I.IE. I
W-:7 II I
U.iJ TO l2O.UM. 1" ° . H. WIaU , IG & DOUGLS.
W.sn
.
SIOHT TIME I AI. I1.STATI : LOANS IN
small umDlnts lee & ; ER1'ATJ 1-'arnsm.
W-
110N - \ TO LOAN ON IMI'ItOVl4L ) OMAHA
real estate. Urcnuau. Love I Co. . l'atou W- hlk.
:
MONEY " I.AN ON IMPIIOVEI ) OIIAJIA
rrperl ) . Fidelity Trust IMllOV C. j'oram. OAIA W-3t
Ln' : INtUI.NCt : I'OLICIiiS LOANED ON
ur bought. . . O. Chieney , Kansas CI ) ' . - Mo.
W-2
CAI'IT"I. n.O.I : RUrlI.US. $9Ooot ) ; U. 8.
) lollclJe Trust Co. . New York : for 6 per ceet
IQSIII ' "n city prl"rl ) Alp17 10 ' p "
Thumis . . agents. rom :7 lust ) Nat lYle iJIdg.
" -19)
LOANS ON UU'IO\'r / UNIM1'1tO'jID , CITY
Prl""Y. W. ) ' .aroSns Smith & Ct , 13J \ l'tsrn.m. W J
I l'EI CENT MONEY ' 1' LOAN ON OMAIIA
real etata . Na f& ' " W. J W.lkl 011II Ola
W-33
MOIY TO L0AX-witrrIILs. '
1INJY TO LAN , 2' ) . 1A101)AYSi VURNI.
block. tune' , pianos. etc. Duff Green . Nom I. XMCI Ilarker
iNJ Y TO WAN ON FIYRNITUIItI I'IANOS ,
hor. . wona . elo at lu"nt role In city :
no Nln"al or gootla ; strictly tolnl.nl,11 ou
amount can pay . tha loan oft at any tltne or In nay
aOounl.o 1.1 A OnTOAOI LOAN CO. ,
. 31 S. 1lh .t.
N-Ill
X-l
1hlJSIhlSS Cl.tClS.
1.I.0 STOCK 01. 11ICANDSI IN l T
ton In "Jlen Nebrka. for land and casher
or ( qul\\lent Addrte S 32 , care I
-
TIU CIIANCII OF A IItI1TIME-V'ANTRD
I partner with from $ 500.0) II Si.O ) In well
.1.0 $ <
orgnnlzetl. I''rlnl business In Omahn. Only
re.poneILI" m.o ansadrI : 1.:0.0 annually luor-
titeed. Address Y 10. Iie. Y-MiU
'on SALE . ONE 01' Tm OI.mIT. IIIIST
. . ,
r.llhl.h"1 German weekiy newspapers In the
West. ( lool " . w.eklew'"ptre
, 0"1 reasons for " "Ini. 1or particulars
. _ oddr. ! ! I 6. core or Omaha lIce. Y-M1U
, G ) . ) \Vl.b CONTIIO ! . I1ELTAII.11 l'AnNO
hu.ln.s In Omaha : profits over Ill ) per month ;
In'e'lhml"n Ilclpd ; Al r.rerenc"I.n and
nnt
/
re'lulred. At1dres I 1) . Bee. Y-765-32'
OnOCFIY DOING OOOD CASt I THADI :
belt . location In South Omaha : stock on,1 lix-
iure5 about $ : " ' : full particuiars. :10 /
Street South Omaha Y-M.t lG'
WANTED , AN EX1'EilIKNCEI ) IDlOI
ontl all round prInter. with a plant worth
$ .01 would like 10 find wlh I good locnton for
a leOocrlo aper. Address I I. Omaha
lice. Y-SU.1
$ 5.000 TO INSTST . IN 13T0Ci8 OF MEIICIIAN-
STOCI\H OJ 1ImClAN.
dIsc or any kInd : bargains only considered. J.
.1. (1ibon _ , 31 1t Nat'l Innk cons Y-82' ' )
$0.0 : lnAT MARKET won'1 $70.0 : mu.1
he sold : good lrdo J. J. Gibson 31 1t NelL
halk Y-MS 11
$ ! . /O ) HAT.I" INTFIUfT IN AN OLI)114-
labl.hc.1 "hole.alo buslne" ; Partner 10 1:1.
\ank I.slne. manager . . .1. J. Ollon , 31 Y-MHI let Nati.
IAHTNlm WANT ) , I hAVE AN EXCEl' -
\C I-
lonaly fine nnd profitable buelne5l. I need
the services or l smarl. honest lady or gent "
or some bUlness experlelmnI to US5101 inc.
Must have n few hunlred ( lolor. . To the
right party ' 1 py .Iary or divIde profits.
I yotl have I little money and Want to make
[ numb $ : .0 10 $ i.oJ. 1I'ootl\to ) thle. Your
lonr ) doubly secur. ' AIdl.u 1 1 : nee of-
flee. Y-l8J U'
FOR 1IXCIltNGI1I.
EQUTY IN LARGE TRACT OF LAND NEAR
Omaha. Whol liner you 10 or.rf 1. ] .
_ ! Valey , 940 N Y. L bldg. Z.430
ImCI TEN ) UNT. MOOIN. 1 1100118
wlhln 10 blocks or city hal ; Price . . $ .00.0 ;
, 'ncumbrnce. ' : .0.0 ; equity for guoti uncn-
clmhered land. !
Sherman county 610 acres school land. near
I.lchnel. : 25 acres Sheridan county . al U.O
stock or general merchandle for good land near
Omaha
lerure bUYII/ or exchanging see J. N llener.
Opposite 1. O. .
olpn.le 1. 7.11-10
WANTED A 1101151 ! . IN I XCIANo I"OH
Piano or organ A. 1081e , Jr. 151J louglas.
7.-MIll 11
$2. o.0 DRUG STORE : LOCATION TIlE IIL'ST ;
Ti. IIST
good trade. J. J. GlbsOl , 311st Nath. hall < .
E-ZtlSlG
7-lIS :
13.000,00 IN NOTES GIVEN rOIL HAD DEBTS
' 10 trade for lent eMale. 1. . F. lIttle . atty. . 201
Hh.ely block 12 t : I o'clock. 7-118 :
poll SALE-UEAI. ESTATE.
DARGAINS . SALE OR THAn IN CITY PROP.
ertes ald farm. John N. Fretizer. opp. PIOp. . .
nE-3
AIISTI1ACTS , THE DYION IHIEI D COMPANY.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I U-301
SOUTIEIN FARM POll HALE
-
7G acre or land Ihre"uarler ot a mile
from lImo railroad town or IJnlontown. In tIme
heart or " the "ilIavIc praIrie country ot central
Alah mn. Only I somalI amount or Clh rp-
i3ulred . balance on long time. For InformatIon
address tIme owner tme. Inrormlon
JOHN lL JEFPRIJS , Selma. Im-M9G4 Alalama. S : '
hOMES ON EASY IAYIINTS. SELL AND
buy lols. acre farms , Gar\ln him-os. . 210 N. Y.I. .
1t-0S
IIAI1CIAINS. hOUSES : . LOTS AND
lA 10Ufl.S. FARMS .
LTS
sale or trade. 1. ' . K. Darling . Darker FAI lock.31'
n : -31'
UIPlO\'ED FAILMS . G. W. CAIILOCK , 120
' 12 :
'
,
I'nrnam RI 'itll-6l4
FOl HALE . VACANT LOT : WILL TAKE TWO
horses ns lImit payment. A , 1' . Tukey.
] tE-M685
FARM LANDS. C. F. IIAIIIIISON . 912 N. Y. Life
I F.GG-09.
FOR SALE- IY I1IISIDIINCE 9 SOUTh ! 37Th
st. : 9 rooms ; fIrst class : moern ; SOUTI 3iTI ;
barn ; ' ul ' hair price ' : \ ant t lease Omahn.
John 't\'klenor In-7:9.U'
1.40.0 BUYS CIOI Iil(1IITY-ACRE I'Altt
EIITY-ACRF
eleven miles norlh'V'1 or Omaha. Easy 1\tM I.rn.
' . .
Stringer & ( hue . I"lenzer block. IE-I7 2'
SNAPS.flltICK IIUSINRSS 1IUILDINO.
11lK
3
IJRIESS
stories average rental past Iwo BULDI:0. . . . . )
1a.t .nr.
' . . f.lo.OJ
I'er year . 16 per cent ers ; price ) * 13.500.0)
Hrlck Lu.lne IuUdlng. 2 storie. corer. .O -
age rental past 3 years . $ .0.0 ' per year . 12 per
cent gross ; pl e. $ .OO.O.
ill acres Within 5-mile circle or poslomee
sllhly land ; \lce , S.mle .OO.o. ' :
Beruro buying or exchangln see Jno. N. Frener
Opposite P. O. IU-M78 : 010
PAIM LANIS
1.400 acres western Town $21 nn ncre.
CI Monona county Iowa. $23 on nCI"
330 Macon county Mo. , $2) ) nn acre. -
ZIO S.upy county , Nc-b. . $3' nn a.r. ncre.
LII Uecat.r cotinLy Iowa f27 nn ncre.
lG near Missouri Vnle ) ' . Ia. , $31 nn ocro.
S Improved lear LIncoln . $2- ) an nele.
IGO near Ornll Island , with ClOp , $2,600.
.60
: ) lerlk counly. . Neb $2 an acm-c.
1.000 Mernlck . .
! county 27eb. , $10 on acre.
LO acres In Iowa , $ ; ) . $
C. 1" . llarnlaon. 912 N. ' . Lire
nE-SIO.I
1IICYCLES .
If. : O. DAXON 402 N. lIT ! ! . 310
slm TilE VISlLF I\.L hEARINGS ON
1"lay Special . Wi Damum 8 IFArNOS . : . 15th.
n2
WESTERN BICYCLE & GUN CO. . 21G CUMINO.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 313
11A 'rEI.s , GRATES AD 'rILI S.
WOOD MANTELS OHATES . TILES FOR
fireplaces. vestbul.s and large noor : write I'-OI
prices. Ilon lingers & Sons. Omaha wrie 31
IlOTlILS .
AETNA 10USI ( UlOllAN ) . N. W. COfl .
13tn old Dodee. IDoms by day ? r week CR.
llOTIiL ItARIUIR . FRANK IIILDITCII . .
lAHc : FIANK IILDITCI. MaIL .
121h and Jones sls. : So. Omdhi and Sherman
nve. cars pae the Inor.
AMERICAN PAIN.
1 % rom at lId ) tiny : L rooms "I S2.oi dOT.
European plan We 10 ' 1.0 per day. : O 316
TiE "LANQI1' 10TEI. . 5 S. 1TH STItIIITr .
1511
1USIC. AnT AND LANGUAcI32 $ .
SEND $ .0 FOR 12.0) wonT ! ! OP SONGS
Amorita. Pretty tvldot- WORTI Ilom.r. Darling ;
table . Tie Course or True Love Never Ituns
Hmootb. I"te.l bll Woodbnidge Dros. ,
Omaha . Neh. Wobrld/s &
GFOIO F. G1i1.IINRFCi BANJO AND
guitar teacher. 191 Cass 81r&I , lrlO AN
YOU CAN . BAYf MONEY ny IIENTING on
1
hu'lnl your piano from \ \ 'Ifl. IL Schmoller . 603
McCague bid ! Cal and Ie cnvlne.d.IIGG I. Hehmoler. 63
IIGG U'
- 1'.tV1IJJItOIEI1S .
n , 1AIWWIT I.OAS MONEY . 45 N 16 ST.
31
. ACCOUN''AN'IS. -
CnAS. B WALTERS , EXPERT ACCO1fl'TANZ
: lot Nat'l bank Tel. : . nrferencee.
9iG
fltJILiINQ 4 ; LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.
SIAHCS IN MUTUAL L & H. ASS'N i'AY
8. 1. I per cent when 1. Z. 3 years old. always
redeemable. liO Faam st. . ) Naltn/er. ear Sec. )
32
IOT 01 : A 10m Ott' BECUIE GOOn
.
Interni
Inter.l on SH vlll AI'ly to Omaha L. 4 .
Au'n li04 lIce bldg. ) . iL Nattlnger . B.c.2a D.
323
SlIOIU'IIANH AND Tl'l"raVIUTNG ,
I c VAN SANT'S SCHOOL 51 N. Y. LIFI au ! .
OMAhA CM CLLI . 161 8 DOUOLS.
MIll SI5
OA1A BUSINESS CLEO . 1TH. J.lNA1
MEDICAL
LUESI C3IICHESTSR'b 3NOLISlt I'ENNY.
rya l'iil. (411014 ( brand ) ENOLI31 best : sat . .
relIable : tate 10 other ; .1 4c. itsiaps. .a.
partIcuLars. ' 7Ieltf jot Lidjej . ' In leUu by
fatufli mall. At &Ui&t.ti. Qhlcbestcr 1
last Co. : ' gilA . f'tl. Cllultr Ccm.
Ul6IHlLTA1CIlt5 ' o 1 3111.3IBIS.
2 ! . K. . ! lt'RICITI' PtINflRAblflfllIc-rOlt AND
emb.lm.r. 11.hlc1 st . , , nn t. nl
N $ & -I r , $201 " CUllING . T L
M. O. SlAt' , i'NI'.1t7.tl(1-lt : ANn EMlI.IM.
er , 11 . ' lNUF.HfUtl.n % 2. I:1IAI. :
IANCINO.
- 'JiL :
MORAND'S DANCINO SCIIOOL . Ill' ' ) IAHN : Y
.11.1. I"ol'ens 'r"r 1luIIS Te.lay. 1I September
24 . a p. to. l'onin now ; for children . list.
uray. September 32 : betjtnne' . 1 chllrl. . 1. . od.
. eanee . 2 p. m. ' . . pSI.J
.1
IiUSlESS O'rJI1S.
lAlIAGtU 1IRIOIB 1tSILVmUm. 11 N. 16
:7
.AI3IS FOIL Ie T.
I'AIM FOIIUIINTPOII CASH. AUHnSS.
Y 1. hlte. & -
DIIIISSMAICING .
lNOAG" mNTS TO no DItESSMAICINO IN
families slelt.d Miss Sturdy , 4301 51-151524' Ilum-dette.
' '
DlmSSg . 1.0 : SATISFACTION ( ItIAI1AN'-
teed ; 1cDowel s'stem. lGl lownr .1.
- 566-010'
COAL.
SItIDAN COAl. . 200 LW IIEST COOIUNO
coal muted , \\omln& $1.0 IST ' . " 1len.II
for grates . H.6. Also dealer In Ipnn'lvnnla
bard coal. Victor White ( . 11 lG5 j'a.naln
' LOS'l' .
STOI.EN I.'IO T TIlE 9-CFt" fTOHE , HAT.
\dn ) ' . I came , 'onl.llllg toy KO < , J. . A reward
far information of the _ Ihler. boat-StIll _ U _ .
LOST 2I , . : , JET OHN.M NT. lI''Wm'N :
Douglas and I'urnam on 16thi. or I'aram and
G01 So. Zth a"e. } elur tu lrs , J. Ihemmson's.
1.01 815.12'
I.OST IOII ) I.OCI-IIIT. 11'AIU. RITINO.
emmgravetl "A. n. " Return 10 SImarplcmt Co. ,
Council Iluff. and get I.war.I.ostMS
I.ost-MS 1
nENTISTS ,
DI PAUL IENTIST. 20B BUIlT ST. :
.
HAn 'I'IUO IN'lIIC CITY JAIl "
One I"nl't. IIitl.s's n lhlnTte 1. , . Seitil-
h'K I Lot ( or t. I I\'r.
Denle Harris , Derlh Knterbon anll ( A.
Johnson , alas Jensen were arrested 'cdnes-
day night In the vicinity of 1 1.
teenth and '
Davenport streets on a
vagrancy warrant. Jensen Is charged '
with being an olIl-tilno offender and '
a "short chalgcr. " The Iaterbon woman
Is nn actress , and some months ago closed
an cngagemenl al time Gem theater at Dead-
wood. Their cases were contInued untIl this
morning. Mrs ICatc-rbon said her hus.
band was In thr city and sue would write
him a note , but Instead able wrote a allort .
loving letter to oiio ' Charle Jolitison explaining -
plaining her detent ( at the city Jai and
praying him as ho 10vet her to como to
her relief with the necessary fUOls lu CSO
she was convicted. She closed the epistle
with : "As you love ; hne como and deposit
a $10 bond EO I can get out of here. "
Just as the note was handed to time police
sergeant her husband entered the city jail.
Ho was shown the leUer. I was with
d'Iculy ' that the police could restrain him
tlrm tearlug dawn , the Jai and geting at
hut wie for her duplicIty. She was brought
upstalra and ho told her . that she was In her
proper sphere when she was In jail , alit ,
could stY there forever for all of hIm.
Desslo Harrh did not , bavo the stipulated $10
for her release and asked Katerbon to take
her diamond ring ba\'n ' I and secure her
release He did so ; ; leaving his wife to
\ alt trial In the mo nllg.
lln.r . .I..e Notes.
I red Walpreen IHll'a preliminary hearing
before JUdge flerla'ycsterddy for the
murder of Augusta Itlattland. le was held
wHlout bonds to the criminal court.
Lowell Ladair who was charged with the
burglary of Joseph D. Itippey's drug store ,
was discharged by Judge Derlt yesterday ,
the evidence agalMt him being too weak ,
Mrs. Karrlgan positively Identified Frank
'Yoodson as tile colored youth who snatched
her handbag which contained her
pocketbook , rings and $250.Voomlson could
not explain the presence of the two large
stones In his pockets at the time of his arrest
and told the court that he had nothIng to
oay. lie was bound over for trial before
time dIstrict court.
_
S-
1H A'I'J 01 : lSS .13285111 AI.T.AX.
Site 1'1".1 Aitr ut tin nrly HOlr
,
YlI'rII ) ' l1.rnllJ. I
MIss Jessie Allan . for nearly ten years past
the librarian of the Omaha pubic library ,
died at the family residence , 2208 Burt street
at 3 o'clock yesterday morning While she had
bee a sufferer from consumption for Several
years and the disease had refuoJ to yIeld
moro than temporarIly to meJlcal treatment .
the news at tier doth was received by a large
circle of friends with oe surprise and the
most sincere regrct. Miss Alan was known
and estemed as one of the brlghte3t of
Omaha young Women , As vice president or
time Nebraska State Library assoclaton ! and
as one of the most actii'o members of the
AmerIcan Library a soclalon , she was favorably -
ably known far beyond the limits of her na-
live cIty. She was an officer of the American
association In 1893 and 1894 and was rCtJJeJ
as ono of the brightest and most capable factors -
tors In that organization.
- Miss _ AI I.1 waa born In the old hIc.rndon
house In tlS CItY Deember 15. 18GI She
entered the public library os an assistant In
Decemb . 1881 , and since that tme has been
constantly connected with the intiLution. She
was made acting librarian In 1883 during the
absence of her sister , and when the latter
severed her connection wih the library a
couple of years later Miss Jessie Alan was
elected to the vacant I'oslton ' , She was
granted a leave of absence In November , 1893.
on account of l.healh and snce ! ! then her
duties have beIn large'y performed by her
assistants. Among the employes of the Ii.
brary , Miss Ala commanded most sincere
respect.
The funeral will 'ho hel ! from her late resl.
dence at 4:30 ; o'clock Saturday aernoon. Interment -
terment private at lrospect IIill.
As a mark of respect to the memory of the
deceased . . the public library will be eloHd
Saturday. - _ _ _ _ _ _ _
.
N I ' 1'hI'AItI ) - G lt.i N I ) II ALLY .
MeetIng Culled itithit' ' Isiterest or lIe-
:1.ctIK Cnlc. li'th Inter. -
brims nl.1 Go.d. G"'rIJ'nt. . le-
There will be a grand rally at the Ninth
Wad ball . Twenty-nlt ; ' and Parnani strc.ets .
opposite the Farnm street school house , on
Saturday evening , plember U , at 8 o'clock.
All voter of the Nln1h ward In favor or
good government and honest men to manage
our local affairs are Invited to b3 present and
assist In Inauguratnl' ' a campaign In time Interests -
terests of the Cltzes"'eague Reform move-
m&t. Everybody turn 'put.
R. " ' . lehardson rind other prominent
speakers will address th meetng !
CHARLES 1' . thr LLJm , Prelldent
WILLIAM U. hlUNTJ8 , t , Secretary. ,
Troubled whIle 1".rlnlcll U'leltery.
Henry P. Sivera ot Lucea Jamaica , West
India Island . &aya , 'Slnce my recovery
from an attack of dheitery some ten years
ago , I comes on suddenly at times ali makes
me very weak. A teaspoonful of Chamber.
' Clamber.
lain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy
taken In a little water gives me relief , I
could get a dozen testimonials Irom people
here who have ben cared . hy this relnedy "
lie I. ChnrKt.1 " vIh Forgery
J. O. Gibson , 23 years ot age was arrested
yesterday afternoon . charged with having
forge . the name of J. O. ! Corby to a . U7,50
S
.
Whesi Baby was sick : , 1e pn her Cor
When she ras a Cl , de cr for Cto
Whe S beCame ! 1L she clung t Ctor
W ! el C ae iG TI them Ctr
' - - - - - - - -
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: :
SEP ' . 1 . _ 1 _ .
1'EnHEn - : Rot '
. , . ' .
#
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' - J.
It C ( m c o r
, C1 ntiN I UokY&
f
( Ctpyrlght , I89 , by A. I Ilawlelne. )
CJAlTgll II. '
Now InS Rudolph , In his' great chagrin
and dismay , had hlnuel forgotten or at least
neglected to warn the count ot } 'lstenburg
that his sister , l'rincess
I'rlnces Oara , was residing
at the caste Zenda : for I was her favorite
resort and she often retired from the court
and spelt many days there alone. There rime
was now with two of her ladles ! . a smal re-
tnue of servants , 'and ' no more than half a
dozen glards : and ' when Count Nlkolas came
to the gate , I being then after 9 , she hat
gone to her chamber and sat before the mil- ,
ror , dressed In a loose white gown and with I
her ruddy hair unbound and heating over
her shoulders : and she I was re.tlng , an old
story book containing tales of Helen or
Troy , of Cleopatra , of iherermice . and other
lovely ladles , very elegantly related and em-
belshed with fine pictures. And the pm-in-
cess , being very much absorbed In the stories ,
did not hear Dr notice time arrival of the
counl's compnn , but continued to read whie
Nlkolas roused the watchmen and the brIdge
was let down anti the steward summoned.
Then Nlkolu took time steward aside and
showed him tIme klng's order , bearing time
klng's seal ; anll the steward slhough both
greatly astonIshed and greatly grieved could
not deny the letter or the seal but declare
himself ready to obey and to surrender the
caste ; and the sergeant In command of the ,
guard said the Iamej ; but , they added , sInce
limo princess was In the castle . they must
inform her of the mater and take her coma-
mands.
"Aye 110. " said Nikolas . sitting down In the
great Imall . "Tell her not to bo disturbed ,
but to give me the honor of being her host
for as long as she will : and say that I wl
walt upon lmcr If I be her p'easure. " Anti
he Bmled to think of the anger and scorn
with which Osra would receIve time tidings
when the steward delivered them to her.
In this respect the event did not fail short
at his expectations ; for she was so Indllnant
and aghast that , thinking oC nothing but the
tidlmmgs . she tilIng away the book and crIed ,
"Send the count here to me , " and stood walt.
log for him there In her chamber , In her
white gown and with her hair unbound and
flowing down over her should rs. And when
he came she cried "What Is thi. my lord ? "
and listened 10 his story wltb parted lips and
flashing eyes , and thus read the klng's letter
and saw time klns's seal. And her eyes hilled
with tears hut she lashed them away wlh
her hand Then the count said , bowing to
her as mokingly as he had bowed to her
brother :
"I. Iq thn fnrtlnn of Ihn , lIen mnll."p-
"Yea ; : ; my ; ; ' lord : ' -a " y' ; pi ; ; time - - gaume , "
said 'e .
Ills eyes were fxell upon her , and It seemed
to him that she was moro beautiful : In her
whie gown and with her haIr unbound over
her shoulders than he had ever felt her to bo
before and he eye her closely. Suddenly
silo looked at 111n. and for a moment he
averted tls eyes blt he looked agaimi and
her eyes met his. For several moments she
stool rigid and motionless . Then she said : !
"My lord . time king has lost the castle at I
Zenda , which Is time home and cradle of our I
hommse. I was scarcely the king's alone to :
lose. lave I no title In It ? .
, . tle I
" ' and It Is
"I was the klng's , madame now I
mine. " smIled Nlkolas.
"Vehl , then It I yours. " said she and
taking a step toward him , she said : "Have
you a mind to venture I again my lord ? - "
"I would venture It only against a great
stake " said ' te . smIlIng stIll . whie his eyes
were fixed on her face and marled every
change In the color of her cheeks. I
"I can play at dice as well as time king " I
she cried "Are wo not all gamblers , we
Elpbbergs ? " And sbe laughed bitterly. i
"Dut what would your stake be ? " be asked I
sneerlngly.
Princess Osra's face was now very pale but
her voice did net tremble and she did not
flinch , for the honor of her house and of nle
throne was as sacred to her as her salva.
sa1'a.
ton , and more than her happiness. , ,
"A stake my lord , " said shmc "that many
gentemen have thought above my castle In
preciousness. "
"at what do you speak ? " he asked and
his voice quivered a little . as a man's does
In excitemnent. "For , pardon me , limadamo
but what have you of such value ? "
" 1 have what the poorest girl Imas and I
Is of the value that It has pleased God to
make It and pleases men to think II , " sall
Oarn. "Ami all of It I will stake against
the klng's castle of Zenda and I ! deme.ne. "
Count Nlkolas' eye dashed a 111 he drew
nearer to her : ho took his dice box from his
pocket , and ho held It UI before her , and
lie whispered , In an eager , hoarse voice :
"Namo this great stake \ madame what Is
I ? - "
"It Is myself , my lord , " said Princess
Oars .
" Yoursel ? " ho cried wondering though
he had hal ue8sed.
"Aye. To be lord ot Zenda Is much. I I
not more to be lmsband 10 the kIng's sister "
"It Is more. " said lie . "when the kIng's
sister Is the Princess Osra. " And he looked
at her now with open admiration. But she
And sat before her mirror.
did not heed his glance but wih face pale
a death she seIzed a smal table and drew
It between them and cried : "Throw , then .
my lord I We know the stakes. "
I you win Zenda II yourl. I I win you
are mine "
"Yes I and Zenda also , " said she ,
"Throw , my lord , "
"Shall wo throw tiirice madame , or once .
or how often 7"
"Timrice my lord " Iho answered. tossIng
back her hall behind her neck and holding
added one hand , to her aide. "Tbrow frs I. " she
The count ratted his box and his throw
was seven Oua toolc the box from him
looked keenly and defiantly In his eyes and
Ihrow.
"I orttno Is wih you madame " said he ,
biting his lips. 'For live and a four make
nine or I err greatly. "
He took time box tram tier ; hIs hand
shook , but hell was Irm and steady ; and
again be threw ;
"Alt . It Is but five . " said he impatiently ,
and a frown settled on lila brow.
"It i enough , my lord , " lid Osra , and
poited to the dIce that she had thrown , a
three and a one.
The count's eyes rleamed again and be
sprang 10 her and wu abut to size the
box But he checked himself suddenly and
bowed , saying :
"Throw first this time . I pray you . ms
dame I It bp pot dIsagreeable to you. "
"I do not care whIch way I I. " saId
Osra and she shook the box and made her
third cat And when she lifted the box
the face ot time dice showed seven. And a
smile broadened ! on the count' face for h.
thnulbt aurelr he could beat seven. he that
had beat cloven anti thereby won the caste
of Zolula . which now he , staked against the
Princess O ra. lut his eyes also wel'e very
keenly anti attentively on her ali ho held
time box lolset , shoulder.hlgb , In his right
hand
hand.lul then a sadden faintness and sickness
seized upon the prlnce.s anti , the COmll08uro
that had hlherlo Ullhehl her failed : she couM
not meet his Ilancl nor coull shc hear to
see the fail of time dice : but she turned away
her head before ho threw and stool thus
with averted face. Amid he kept attentive
eyes on her anti drew very near to the tahlo
so that ho stood rlsht ! over I Anti the
Princess Oar caught aigimt of her own face I
In the mirror anti startetl to see herself , 11al-
lid and ghastly . and her face was drawn as
though she were suffering seIne great pain
But she ltered no aotmnd
The dice rattled In the box ; they rattled
on time table : there was 1 pause while a man
might quickly count a dozen : and then Count
Nlkolns or Festenburg cried out In a voice
that trembled antI tripped over time words :
"liighmt , eight . elghmt "
hut before tile last of the words imati ' left
his shaking lps the Princess Osr faced
round on him like llgimtlming. She raIsed her
hands so that the loose white gown hell back
from her rounded arm , nnd her e'esashed
and her lips curled as she outstretched her
arm at hi' and cried :
"I oul play. "
I.'or , as mime watched her own pain face
In the mirror-the mlrrnr that Count NIolas
hall not Imcdct1-shme hal' seen him throw , she
had seen him stand for nn Instant 0\01 the
dice ho hall thrown with gloomy and mmmad-
, . < . /
e.
.
"Ye . I and , Zenda also " she eall.
dened face : anti then she had seen a slight ,
swift movement of his left ilahid as his
fIngers deWy darted down and touched one of
the dice and turned It.
A II all this alto hall seen before he had
cried eIght ! Therefore now site turned on
him and cried : "Foul play , " and before he
could speak she darted hy him toward the
door Bil ho sprng forward and caught
her by time nrm above time wrist and gripped
her and his fngers cut Into the tender lesh
of her arm as he gasped . "You lie ! Where
arc you going ? "
.Dut her voIce rang out clear and loud In
answer :
"I am going to tel all the worl' that
Zenda Is ours agaIn and I am going to pub.
Ish In every city In the Itngdom that Count
Nlkolas at eslenburg Is a common cheat
anti regime and should bo whipped at time
cart's tail through the streets of
Strolsau. For I saw you In the mirror my
lord I saw you In the mirror. " And she
ended with a wild laugh that echoed through
time room.
Still ho gripped her arm ali she did nol
fnch j for an Instant ho looked ful In her
eyes : and covetveness and desire and shame
came altogether upon him and overmastered
imim and he hissed between set teeth :
"You shan'l ! Dy - you siman'ti"
"A ' but I will " said . "
) , wii my lord Osra "I
Is a fine talc for the king and for your friends
In Strelsau. "
Al instant longer he hel her where she
was ; and he gasped and licked his lips. Then
he suddenly dragged her wih him towards a
conch j seizing up a coverlet that lay on a
couch ho limIng It round her ; he folded I
tight about her , and ho drew It close over
her face. She could not cry out or move.
And he lifted her up and swung her over
his sholider , and opening the door of the i
room , daslcd down the stairs towards the
great hall.
In tIme great hal were six of the kIng's
guam-ti . and fome of the servants of time cas-
the . and many of the people who hat cOle
with Count Nlkolas ; they all sprang to their
feet when they saw him. nut ho took no
heed of Ihem but rushed at a run through the
hal , and out Uller the portcullis and across
Ihe bridge which had not been raised since
he entered. And there at the end of the
bridge a lackey held his here ; and he leapt
on his horse . setting one hand on the saddle
and still holding Osa ; and then he cried
aloud :
"My men , follow me ! To Festenburgl"
( Continued Saturday , )
.
Tllt TIred c'lhIK.
Is a common cOllllalnt anti It Is a dangerous
S'mIJtom. I means that the system Is de.
bllale < because of Impure blood and In
this contlton I Is especially liable to attacks
of disease Hood's Sarsparla Is time remedy
for this condition , and also for that weakncu
which prevails at the change at s'easoo , climate .
mate or life.
Hood's Pills act easily , yet promptly and
efcienty on limo bowels . and liver. :5c
IIGI IBXT MAY UIIYE 111 OU' .
Olsen Not Yet n'elle.l Upon Item.mnimt-
hlK 'n Onmuhin .
P. J. Dunne ot Minneapolis Is In the city
attending to the arrangements connected
with the opening of S. E. Olsen's new dry
goods storQ . bought of the creditors of time S.
1. Morse Dry Goods company : . lIe stated
yesterday that whether the frm would
remain In Omaha or not was a queston thai
was exceedingly dlmcult to decide on account -
count of the high rental asked for the store.
Mr. Olsen Is expected hlrn wIthin a week
and It Is probable that a decision In the mal-
ter wIll bo reached soon after hIs arrival.
For the present , buslltss wIlt be conducted
under the supervision of M. D. Ingrahl , who
has engaged an increased force of employes
and has perfected a new system of handling
time business ! r. Dunne ' 1 return to Min.
neapols Sunday night. .
CombIning antIseptIc with deodorant prop.
ertes , and possessing an agreeable aromaUe
odor Alien's HygIenIc Fluid makes a most acceptable -
eeptable dentifrice or gargle ; It sweetens and
purltie's the breath and teeth -instantly removing -
moving all odor of tobacco or liquor . A most
acceptable mouth.wash In time mnorzmlng It's
diseases use prevents the inception of all contagious
.
Liquor tn ( Ite Iteils.
WIllIam Jennings was arrested by Deputy
United States Marshal I.lddlard for lellg
whisky to the Sioux Indians at the Rosebud
agency and wu brought to the city yester.
yeter-
day Jennings had
a preliminary n-
amlnaton before Judge Wolcott of Yalen-
tine and was boull over to appear before the
next term ot the United States district court
to answer to the thare of violating the
United State lawi. Iarle . violatng
SabJect to AtneTu of Cholera ) Morbu
Whie stayIng In the Delta ( Mississippi
Botoml ) last summer E. T. Mass repre.
seating Ludlow Saylor Wire Co. at St. Louis
suffered from malaria and became subject
10 Blacks of cholera morbul. In every II'
stance when attacked he was reliei'emt
\ atacked "I rllond . if
Ir msclc by uler Chamberlain's Colc I ,
Chol ra and Darhoe Hemedy. ii. says :
"I regard I I. til 'De plus uitra' of medl. lya
CIa ci . "
r
STILL WHISTING FOR . rr
Police Must Wait Till Wednesday for Their
Pay Anyhow
CITY COUNCIL'S ' ACTON YESTERDAY
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" tr Tno 11.rt'1 " . "Iol" Coumahil-
( 'CII tlsmmi fr I lit' Orul I umnne'e I. Still
Immger n. . f'rr.I-Utt Itromitise
1tII.rt L'rumniscii ' 1'ttt'sdmtr.
The city council met In Il'oela
session yesterday forenoon , under a
special call . to receive the report
of the finance committee on the sallY
orllnJnce of the police deplrtment anti 10
I'ass ' the ordinance. An aclJourlment was 1m.
Immediately forced \ ) ' the mnjorly and then
another special cll was issued for a meeting
for limo same PurpOse . to bo held at 3 o'cloek
11 limo afternoon , '
Time action of tIme majority I insisting op
al adjournment was In striking contrast with
Its professions of mmimxlety to pay time salaries
or the regular policemen. leroro time coun61
was called to order ro'eral or time member
who are lghtng time police appropriation de.
elated tlmmmt they .
ere willing to pay the sala.
ties of all the regimiar policemen. 'they it'ouiml
tiot recognize either of time fire 1111(1 police
boards , nor would timey pay Chief Vi'imlte or
the specials , Memimbers of tIme Immihlorliy do.
ciareil timat time ) ' were Item-kelly willing to
acCtlL mmchm a Imlt.mStmte , anti omm time face of
time argument it oppeareti ihmmmt a colmmprontiso
woulml be efiected. hut this was not consul-
cred In the lIbeling , As sooim as time roll was
called Konlmarmi stated that there was rio to-
Imort front time finance ComnIlmittee , anti he
therefore moved ami amlJatmrnmnehmt , This etit
oft all tiehtto almd limo miiotion to adjommrn was
carried by a vote of 8 to G. Time call
for another booting % fl5 immllmmedummteiy sigHed
511th iastmett and howell amid otlmer members
of time Imlinmonity mieclareil thmmit time ) ' would comn-
pel time CotInchi to mmmccl lu-ice a ilay until time
salaries of at leist time regularly employed
Poilcenmlon were paid.
JACOUSEN DISSATISFIlD.
Jacobsen of time finalmee comhnlttee stated
otter time nicetimig , timt altimotmgh lie had voted
with time majority , ho 'fli not satisfied with
its action. lie atlmitted that the police.
111dm tvere fairly entitled to their pay and
said that tie was In favor of ahlowilmg the
Chilllii8 of those whose Positions s'ero hot in
controversy.'lmen tme WIIS asked why imo did
hot. htninmg in a lililmority report mis a member
of tlme commmmlttee he stated that the ortil-
nance was in time Imosaessl.en of Clmairnmami
Tmmylor , who oulmi not suimmimit it. lie bad
tried to induce limo othmer inenmibers of limo
comlmmittee to malce a report orm suclm of time
itenm as there was rio comitroversy on , but
tlmoy had absolutely retmiced.
The other members of the finance corn-
nnittee declared that time hninorlty might call
nmmeetings at every hour of time day , bill time
appropriation ordimmance would lme'er be re.
porietl until time tiecl.siorm of the supreme court
imad bcni received. They stated that they
were willing to Imlake a ' 'recommmmelmmlation' '
that time salaries of certain lmoiiceimien simotmid
bo paid , but an timey said time same timing be.
fore time Immnrallmg nmieetlnmg amid ( lien refused
. ! . _ . , _ , do.
, - - ' . . - . . . - - ' . . . . .fl. n , , , . 4 , , UI
niemmibers of tIme mimlimority ,
There as a elecimletl disposition on time part
of several of the immenibers of time majority to
recede from time original resolution of the
leaders not to pay any altaries lit the police
departlmment until after a filial settlennent is
effected ln time cotlrts. Memmibers of time ml-
nority say timat this octiomi invited stmcit gen-
em-ni criiiclsnm that time mmmajority ImmdInbera are
beconmirmg of tue olhlmlOfl that in theIr
amixtaty to commtiniic 1mm lImo goomi graces of a
conlalim element they lmave overstepped the
iilrilts of good lOhitiCs.
When the special session of tIme city cohn-
cii was called to order a few Ininutea attor
3 In tue afternoon thmoso who answered roll
call were flack , Ilecimel , Ilurkiey , Cohn , Oar-
doim , howell , Kmncnt , Lemly , l'rinco , Timonai
and l'resldent Edwmmrtls. Not a 5111510 lltCflI-
her of the finance coimirnitteo was present.
hlcchel moved a call of time lmoml9e , wIth
hack for a second , and time motion prevailed ,
A few mlmmutes later Icennard of limo finance
committee came in , looked at lila watclm and
remarked timat lie hmad not kmiown it was so
late. lb animommnceti that Chairman Taylor
of time fimmatmco eamntnlttetm 'n'otmld ho timero in a
few minutes. ICennard was soon fohlowemi by
Jacobsen , and not long afterward the ser-
goant-at-arrns returned to report that all
nmemnbers would soon lie present except 51cr.
cer and Holmes , the latter being out of the
city. The uergeant.at.arma towed in Satin-
tiers , and at 3:30 : Taylor made lmis appearamico.
Oh the advent of Mr. Jaymmes the business of
time session was taken mmp , it being decided to
go almead t'itlmout Mercer.
ASKS FOIl MOItF TIME.
For the finance committee Cimalrman Tay.
tar stmhmmiitted the following report :
Time finance committee desIres to nay thtat
time tlppromriation orthinmhlmce for time pa of
policemen , o.calied ypeehal Policemen , ape-
cliii detective oxpensea" mttttt emmndry oIlier
necessary 111111 unmmeresrary calia upon thu
Public trcmstmr' , and pay for mmtembtrs of
two boards or lIt-c anti polIce Imecessitatea
our cltroful attomitlon mmd is still tintier con-
uiderattoim. We' unIte to be able to make a
partial report on 'l'lmeytlay niglmt next at thin
meguimir meeting.Ve shah hot be prepared
to submit a report before that tlmmle. TIme
pty : rolls were endom-seth by H. Clem Denver
olaimnltmg to lmc' secretary or the old Bomirti
of Fire and I'oiice Connmmmisionermi , 'flmo city
council by recolutiomi refimsed to rectgnlze
tue Old board or army of its actions. 110w.
over , we shall endeavor , as originally in-
temtmletl , to have otmr report on this ordinance
ready ( or consitleration at time next regmmlmtr
meetIng. 'l'imhs colnmnlttee iloemi not lmroposo
to malta atmy lmtmmriemd report iImoni question.
: tllu t'xitammdhturon. and lt , ha cnttled ! to and
VVUL _ I , , , , U I t , , iy tvemmi , mOCOS-
tt.mm ) ' for timu conttidcratiomm of all qmmt-stlona
toe'rretl to it , ealenimtlh' nupropriatlon or-
ililmarces. It hi lmot lit Intention of this corn.
mitten to e'mtjarramo , tht't ' regtilmmr farce of
lolcemnlnl , nor to delay timoir payment longer
titan SCt'tmIt4 io hme mmccemsmmry unther time exist.
lair cimcumiimttmtnces , ttlmd we nmppreciatc the
ombartam-sing mtitu.tthomm of time police force
dlIrillg ( lie laSt few woelca. We therefore
recomnlnemmd thin mitloption of the rcmoiutlon
herewith submItted ,
The resolution was to time effect timat a
recess be taken until 7:45 : next Tuesday even-
11mg.
Kennard moved to adopt time report and
Kimmelit seconded. I'rince imopeti that an au.
journtnenmt would not be taken milltil Tuesday
evenIng , as lie teared that there would be no
qmlorum timen , owing to slate faIr parades ,
Ho atmggestetl Tuesday mmmorninmg.
DECLARED IT A SU1lTERFUGI ,
howell severely condemned the report of
limo conmmmmittee. No Intelligent man in time
city , ho said , would believe it was sincere ,
lb called it political rot and a subtertugo
anti imo appealed to time council not p adopt
It , lie Colnlmlalnetl of tue COllmlflIttOe for imot
making a compromise report , as suggested In
tlmem nmotmtng , silica Kennard and Jacobsen
imati salt ? timey Were ium favor of paylmmg lImb
regular police , lie moved to table thmo report
and resolmitioni , almd the mmiotioim was lost by
time following vote Ayes , Ilurkley , Cahn ,
Howell , Lomly-4 ; na'a , Tlack , ilecimel. Ocfr-
don , Jacobsen , Ja'ncs , ICcnnard , lfmmient ,
Saunders , Taylor , Tiiommas , Edwards-12.
Ilochol then nmOvcml as an alnendlnent timat
time finance committee he ordered to forthwith
produce time ordinance before the council or
its action. Tlml 'VIII lost , tIme Vote bein tito
same as before , except timat Ilechiel and I'rince
voted In time amrmative.
hlectiel insIsted that there -was no goqmt
ground on wimichi the committco could immatify
itself In wlthmhmoitiing a recemmentlation oIl
time ortlinance. A general agreement 1m 4
been reached that time regular mohicu should
be paid without furtimer delay.
In reply to ts ! Taylor said that since , ac.
cording to time action of time council , Deaver's
approval of tIme roll could not be accepted , it
dcvolm'eml upotm time finance committee to see
timat time service representemi was verformo
lie said Ito was getting Information In tbi
regard froln Mr. iirownlee , formerly cUrl
of tIme old board.
Time report and resolution were timen
adopted , the vote standing : Ayei , flack , Oar.
don , Jacobsen , Jaynos , ICennard , Ktnent ,
Saunders , Taylor , Tlmomas , Edwards-jo ;
nays , flecimel , llurkioy , Cahn , howell , Lemoly ,
I'rllmce-C ,
Messrs. Taylor ana iCennr.rd said alter the
meeling that. they would be ready Tuesday
nIght to make a recommendation and that
would be that the regular police be paid.
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Tue Momierit Ileasay
Thrives on good food and sunshine , with
plenty of cxerclae In the open air. 11cr form
glows with health end imer ( ace blooms with
its Deauty , If her system needs the cleansIng -
Ing action of a laxative remedy , abs ui time
gentle aud pleasant liquid laxative , Syrup ot
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