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THE OMAHA DAILY BB33 : MONDAY , SEPTEMUEU 28 , 1S90.
8PBG1RL NOTICES.
AilvcrllnemenlH for tlicc column *
trill lie taken until ISittO p.m. , for the
ercntiiK nnil nntll 8 p. in , for tlie
morning nnil Snnilnr cilltlon * .
Advert lnri'Mf l r ri-iinoMlnic n mint-
lierril cliruk , cnn linvc ninmom ml-
ilrcKKPil to n nniulicrcil letter In cnre
of Tin * Hec. AIHHVITH no mlilrcnc l
will lie delivered on prciieiitntloti of
Hie clirclc only.
rtntCN , 1 l-2o n Trortl flrat Inncrtlont
lo n word tli > rrnflcr. Nollilnu tiilccn
for ICHM ttinn 25o lor tin ; llr t lii cr-
tlon , Thenc ndvurtlMciiiciitH in tint lie
pun ooiinccntlvclr. ;
SITUATIONS > \'AaTin.
WANTED , SITUATION 11Y YOUNO MAN IN
rctnll ilry ROOI ! or cen'rul tnerclinmllti ; store ;
coed mlc-man , ulsn writer ana w.nJaw ilrs-i-cr ;
uptnkn Herman nml Swedish ; Kood refcrrm-en.
Jtox 693. Went Point , Neb. A M223 M
\VAWT1JIJMAM8 III3M' .
WANTKB. AN inHA ; WHO CAN THINK OP
tame simple thlnif.to patent ? Protect your
Ideaii , they mny lirlnR you nentth. M rile Jolm
\Vecliicrlmrn & Co. , l > cpt. V. Pntent Attorneys ,
WiuhltiKton. . C. . for their JI.SW prlij- offer
nd it. Jilt of 500 Inventions wanted. H--J7I
iwANTCO-AN ACTIVH MAN IN KVKIIV 1.O-
cnllty to represent u ( no fortune hunter
wonted ) ! will RH.irnntce H5.00 weekly nnil nil
expense * ; Investigate at onre. Hot BW. llou-
ton , Mnan. 11 MSM O6
ICO TO J1.V ) AND nXPHNBES PAIt ) BALKS-
men for rlKnrs ; experience unnecessary : extra
Inducements to customers. Cliaa. C. Illyhop &
Co. . St. Louis. ll-MCOT P. *
WANTED. MKN TO I.RAUN IlAHIir.Il TUADUj
only eight weeks required ; pltimtlonB or lo-
ciitlorm for Bliops futnlshed graduate * ; npcclal
IndUcuiiHMiU for applicants from country.
Mnlr-r'M llatber School. 2S3 So. Cliirk St. . Chi-
llli't'intcd catalogue mailed free.vj
vj 2"
o , IIY A .
company , nn enerRCtlo jounc man to repre
sent us ; voaltlon permanent ; pays J900.00 nnd
expenses ; must furnish JIOO.OO to diver Bain-
pics. Address llubbard Co. , 1023 Kllbert at ,
Philadelphia , Pn. 11-.M129 28 *
WANTKU. A KIHST-fLASS T13A HI'ICK AND
clsnr salesman , hnvlmt an established trade
In Nebraska. 11. C. Fisher , tllk' "
n27 O3
LOCAL SAi.nsMRN-sr.i.L LETTUCE CUEAM
and Lettuce Cream Sonps to trade nnd con-
Biimor ; lll > eral commission ; exclusive territory.
Lettuce Cream , 114 Klfth A\e. , New York.
WANTUI1 FEMALE II CLP ,
WANTED AN ACTIVE WOMAN AT J10.CO
weekly lo represent us. Addresa llox 630S , Ilos-
ton , Moss. C-MUSi O6
'A GOOD COOK. N , W , COUNini 10 AND
O race Hts. C 134
dllll , WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK. 1S32
North ICth St. C-137-2S'
"WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENeral -
eral housework In family of two. Inquire C35
8. 20th ave. C M21S 29
roil KENT IIOUSUS.
HOUSES IN ALL , PARTS Oi ? THE CITY. THE
O. K. Dcvis Company , UC3 Fnrnnm. D 372
HOUSES. ItENEWA & CO. , IDS N. 15TH ST.
IJ-373
MODERN HOUSES. C. A. STAHR. 025 N.Y.LIPE
D 374
fiTEAM HEATED STORES AND FLATS.
Howard Ranck , agent , 1010 Chicago street.U .
U 373
CHOlCn HOUSES AND COTTAOE3 ALL OVEIl
the city , t ; to $30. Fidelity , 1702 Rinom.D .
D 37C
CAnarS LIST OP HOUSES. TIIU 1IYIION
Itccil Co. , Sli 3. Hth nt. D 377
jldUSKS.WALLACE , BUOWW 11LK. . IfiTH
and Douglas. D 378
FOn nENT. 10-HOOM HOUSK , SIODniiX.
pcrft-ot rsiialr. 712 N. 13th st. U M1C9
4 & 5-ROOM HOUSE. 830 SO. IST1I STIIBBT.
i-'i D-C36 S2S-
FOR RENT. A CHOICE , DETACHED MODern -
ern 8-room house , No. 2520 Capitol aye. . $35.00.
B. II , Roblson. D C6D
6-ROOM MODERN CORNER FLAT. 2)01 LEAV-
cnworth St. D-SIG61 O10
FOR RENT , FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
house , S rooms ; modern. COO I'arlc uvi-mie.
D 633
S-ROOM COTTAGE , S. E. 23D AND CLARICE.
D CS1
OWNERS OF STOREROOMS , 71I.OCKS. FLATS
or centrally located houses which they wUlt
to IIUVB rented should list them with rotter
& Gcorce Co. . S. W. corner ICth and Fainum.
D M803 30
MODERN FLATS WITH EVERYTHING NEW
and btrlctly first class In the DavlilRe build
ing , 18th nnd Fnriiam. Apply to Jolm W.
Rribhlnu rooms. 3 and 4 Davlilgu bulldliiK.
D-833-30
FOR RENT , FOR THE WINTER. NINE-ROOM
tioiifce. furnished , modern conveniences , one
block from Park car line , on South 29th St. ,
near Park school ; lll rent chcuu to suitable
persons , llest of references required Addipss
X 24. Hec. D 981-2U *
S-ROOM HOUSE. 2712 CALDWELL ST. , MOD-
crn water conveniences , good condition , cheap
rent , F. D. Wood , ICth and Douclas
D 120 O-l
FOR RENT , E1G1IT1ROOM DETACHED MOD-
crn house , with barn. Enquire ut 1701 Far-
nam , or 2G03 Pierce street , D 117-O1
KlRht-room modern frame , dctnched , 2719 Popple-
ton "hve. ; choice ; J3J.W ,
7-roum modern brick. GCH N. 23d. $30.00.
ID-room modern brick , MO N , 23d. $33.00.
9-room modem In Id : , OH S. .23th , $25.00.
12-room. modern. 2Cth ami Wootwurth , J22.W.
C. A. STARR. S23 N. V. Llfn Hide.
I > M121 23
A 4 AND 6 ROOM MODERN FLAT. 1112 SO ,
llth , D-133-O2'
T-ROOM MODERN FLAT , t DLOCKS FROM
/ court house , only J25.CO ,
I/ 1030 So. :0th ii\e. , 10-room house , oak tloor
slid llnlsh. modern In e\ery respect , erutcs ,
mantles , fnrace und laundry : best built house
In the city. $37.r.O per month. Omaha Real
, Eitute'and Tiuat Co. , 211 So. mil st.
D-M110
TEN-ROOM I1RICK ; 11EST LOCATION IN
Dnmhiu W , F , Clark , 22u3 Douglas st.
D-MJ12 20
ELEGANT , MODERN S-ROOM FURNISHED
house In west part of city , for lent about
. October 1. M , J , Ki'tmard & Son , , 310 Ilrown
lllk. D-225 1
Foil HOOMS.
1 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
for man und wife. Rent tultvn In boaid. 319 N.
17. n SI 4 S3
FOR RENT. ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT
bgtird ; Hteam hcut , elf'trlo Unlit , elevator ,
free baths ; rates reasonable. Llrunswlck hotel ,
. E 3W
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS ; HOUSEKEEt' .
tnir. 2C23 St. Mary's. K-MIOt 20"
IIOOMS AND HOAUU.
RENT , FURNISHED ROOMH , WITH OR
without board ; tltuiu heut mid all modern
Improvements ; special low rates fur the win
ter. Midland hotel , 10th and Clilcago , M. J ,
Fronck , propilelor , " F 90i >
FoTrRlfNr , FUIINJSHED ROOM AND"llOAKIJ
on botith : 'llli ft. , near Pnrk i-clioni to ono or
tun ) on 111 ; inrn : prhuto fHinlly ; no other
lio.irdcr , wlirro home tomfoita can be had.
Munt Rive best of refeiencea nnd Ht.it vhero
cmplo > ed. Addiess X 23. Ui * F--3CO-23'
f JIOl DOUGLAS , ROOMS.
nlnlicd ur unfunilchcd ; prices to bull the times ;
tuliln excellent. * ' --10S 30 *
VERY ] ) I.VSIUA1IJ.I : SOUTH ROOM ! VviTii
boanl. ! 301 K-M1JO Ol *
V1RBT CLASS ACCOMAD1TIQN8. VERY
reasonuMe , 1807 Farnntn HI , FU5O !
ItOOMS , WITH HOARD , STEAMHEAT.
Ulupln , 1711 Ioiiiort ) | fit , Tranalnts uecoinl-
dated. F-13C-O2 *
IIOOM AND nOARD FOR ONE GENTLEMAN ;
priMitc family , 013 N , S'd. _ _ JSMJ9 30 *
NICELY FURNISHED SOUTH FnONT P.\u"
lor with board ; also 3 unfurnUhiid rooms. 1924
F-M2S3 2 ! >
IIUNTSTOIUS AXI >
FIRST-CLASS 13RICK STORE HUILDINO , 1011
Farnom ; three starlet und banriiitiuvlll ; alter
to'sult tenantt low rent , 311 1U Nafl l'k ) bldj ,
I-ST
ran RENT. THE I-STORY IIRICK IIUILDINO
at 911 Farnam. t. This bulUlng has
cciaeitt basement , complete kteam li atlnx 1U-
turttt , nuttr un all iloorn , em. etc. /j > ply at
the otflc * of Thl rtt. 1-910
THE FOUR-STORY AND UASEilENT : I1IUCIC
building' , nt I'll Howard ftrvvt iHiiltnblo for
rVf x toruuo utd conimlsslon. or luuiuirteluiliiir l > u -
lnt > . U. B. National bumc. 1-380
ANI > OFFICES IN
ldc bulMliiR. 18th and Fanikm. Applto
John W. Robblna room * 1 u.id I Ii..vlil(9 . Lld .
I EJ3-SO
AQISNTS
AGENTS , MAKE I .M TO $18(0 A DAY INTRO-
dtiolnic the 'Tomet , " the only $1.00 map shot
camera mAde , the Rrentcsl seller of the cen
tury ; ireneral nnd locnl nctnts wnnletl all otrr
the world ; exclunlve terrltorj' ! write today for
terms and sample : . Alkcn-Olenson Co. , X 35 ,
Ln Cro se. WIs. J MUD 23 *
AGENTS. START MAIL ORDER ItfSlNE3S
nt home ; cnpltnt , brnlnn and push , Send
stump to the Ormond Co. , cor. Lake ave. nnil
Clth cl. . Chlcaco. J-M20S 23 *
AGENTS CAMPAIGN AND COMIC I1UTTONS ;
$1.00 hundred ; $7.50 | > er thotmand ; largest ns.
fortment ; cntnlosue free. Miller MTs Co. , 257
Uroadway. New York. J M14J 3 *
AG'ENTS WANTEDT ASSORTED COMIC ,
motto nnd campaign buttons ; hot sellers ;
IBo p r doz. : $1.25 | > cr 100 , ioat ) paid ; $10.00 per
1,000 by express. Cnnipalcn Supply Co. , 91
Arch st , , lioston , Mats , J 827
WAM'I311T KKXT.
WANTED. A FURNISHED HOUSE FROM OCtober -
tober until July , cr longer ; reply Clirffird W.
Smith , 1320 Farnam L
WANTED-ROOMS SUITARLE FOR HOUSE-
keeplnR In exchanite for cnre of other room * ,
sewlns or any light v.ork. Address X M , lice.
Km-175 2S
STOKA 1S.
PACIFIC STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE CO. ,
903-910 Jones. General storage and forwarding.
M-3S1
OM. VAN & STORAGE , 1415 FAR'M TEL. V
U ' . "
FOR .SALLIIOHSIS AMIVA O.\S.
DURAI1ILITY TALKS : CARRIAGES. HUOOIES ,
phnctons , bottom prices. A , J , Simpson , 1403
DodRC. P 884
3 IIUGOIES , $23 TO $ CO ; 4 PHAETONS. FROM
$35 to $75 ; 2 surreys. $00 to $30 ; 4 family : .ir-
rngcs W to $12 : , ; 2 new open road WHR 1.9
(3S. P'liraniond ' Carriage Co. , 18th .ml HarnuV
P M370 K30
roil HAI.n .
A FINE CHICKERINO Ul'RlGHT PIANO ,
only $ lf,1.00. rir.c Stotip & Co. upright , J145.
Some other upriRhta , $110.00. Pianos to rent.
Wm. II , Schmoeller & Co. , 313 McCague hldg.
742-
CHEAPEST HARDWOOD WOVEN CORN-CRIU-
hlnRmade. . C. R. Lee , 001 Douglas. Q-3S5
FOR HALE. $1,000 DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOL
district bond * No. 26. running ten yearn , with
privilege of pnjInK same In rlRht years ; In
terest nt 7 per cent , payable setnl-annually.
For full particulars address Hans Wlesc ,
Director , HonnliiKtoli. Neb. | Q-1SS-O5
FOR SALE , HANDSOME OAK STANDING
desk mill Btool ; cheap. Call at 333 lien Hide : .
Webster , Howard & Co. Q MIW 29
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MRS. MARY FRIT55 , CLAIRVOYANT. K21 N.
16th. S M4I7-O3 *
MASSAGE , IIATIIS , ETC.
MME. SMITH , 1121 DOUGLAS. 2D FLOOR ,
room 6 ; massage and steam baths.T .
T M185 O3 *
MISS AMES , VAPOR UATHH , MESSAGE. 507
S. 13th St. , room 3. T MSOS O7
MRS. DR. LEON , ELECTRIC MASSAGE PAR-
lorit ; refreshing nnd curative ; don't fall to
call. 417 S. llth St. , upstairs. T M211 Ol'
l-UHSO.VAL.
MISS VAN VALKENUURG DESTROYS PER-
mancntly by electricity superfluous hair , moles ,
xvarts , etc. Room 110. N. Y. Life Kldg.
J U-3S7
_ _ _
RUPTURE CURED ; NO PAIN ; NO DETEN-
tlon from business ; we refer to hundreds of
patients cured. O. E. Miller Co. , 307 N. Y.
Life bulldlnff. Omaha , Neb. U 380
11ATH8. MASSAGE. MME. POST , 319V5 S. 15TH
U-2CO
VIAVI. HOME TREATMENT FOR UTERINE
troubles. Physician In attendance. Consulta
tion or licaltli book free. 31C Ueo bldg.U
U 390
HOSTON DRESS CUTTING ACADEMY.
100 ladlea wanted to learn system taught by
Mis. G. Shellcr , 1925 S. 17th street. U M3S8
MOXEY TO LOAX UEAL ESTATE.
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. , 315 N. Y. L.
Quick money at low latcs for choice farm loans
In loua , northein Missouri , eastern Nebraska.
W 391
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR , 925 N. Y. LIFE.
W 392
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Rrennan , Love Co. , Paxlon block.
W 333
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 Farnam.
W 394
MONEY TO 1XDAN AT LOW RATES. THE
O. F. Davis Co. . 1303 Fnrnam St. W 395
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS ,
horses , wagons , etc. ; at lowest rate In city ;
no removal of Koods ; strictly confidential ; you
cnn nay the loan off at any time or In any
amount. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
SOS So. ICth St.
X 395
MONEY TO LOAN. 30. CO. ! K ) DAYS ; FURNIture -
ture , pianos , etc. Duff Green , rcoin S Ukrl-cr blk
K-337
HUSIMiSS CHANGES.
FOR SALE. AROUT 2.000 LUS. MINION TYPE.
700 Ibs. agate , 150 pair two-third cases , 40
double Iron stands for two-third cases. This
material was used nn The Omaha Uee and Is
In fairly good condition. Will bo sold cli-sap
In bulk or In quantities to suit puichaser.
Apply In person or by mall to The Ilee Pub-
Iluhlns Co. , Omaha , Nob. Y 713
FOR SALE , GOOD SALOON : 1JEST LOCATION
In Omaha. Inquire Joseph Sc.illtz llrevvliiB
Co , . 9th und Leuvcnworth , Y M13C 29
5150 IF YOU HAVE $1M $ IDLE MONEY SEND
for free book on hpccul.ttion strllller & Co ,
153 Washington St. . Chicago. Y M155 O-2 < i *
CHICAGO HOARD OF TRADlT
1C you are Interested In commodities dealt In en
the Chicago Hoard of Tiade , we aek you to
coriecpond with ua nnd send for our book on
ptutlstlcs and dally advisory sheet. Wheat ,
oats and pork will have a boom before middle
of October nnd ln\estments ought to be inudo
now. Trade with a rtllablo llrm. H .If. Uau-
lnar.li & Co. , 25 Hoard of Trade. Chicago ,
Y M157-23 *
$83 AVERAGE WEEKLY NET INCOME WITH
| ; > 9 Invested. Safe. uonpervutl\e. Prospectus ,
proofs , free. 1' , Daly , 12H3 llro.ailway. New
York. Y MISO-O-iG *
I''OH EXCHANGE.
A VERY FINE 320-ACRE IMPROVED FARM
In southwestern Iowa to trade for Omaha
pioperty. Owner wunts residence property ; will
Kl\e coed barsaln. Fidelity T usl Co. Sole
Agents. E-M9GI a
GENERAL STORE , ESTARLISHED IJUfil-
m. s ; want > eul t'xlatc and eonie cniih , clean
ctuck , llox 7 , Frankfort , Hid. 7. M22S 2i
l.'OIl SALE HEAL ESTATE.
IP YOU DESIRE TO PURCHASE FINE VA-
Ljut property , cheap lots or houecu und lots
for cash , or oncry rnsy tenni , , do not fall
to tee the Fidelity Trust Co. , Boutiiram. touier
of Uee building. Their Hat Is largo and they
racommend nothing but bargains. Re M971
A13STRACTS. THE IJYRON REED COMPANY.
_ _ _ _ ItE 38
FOR SALE. DON'T TAKE YOUR MONEY
out of the bunks und hoard U or nut U whom
It cnn bo ttolen. Rcttur buy a home , a lot
or n few acres near ( ho city at one-half value ,
or buy a Rood first mortR.Tz * on Improved
io l estate , payable In gold , und beailnir 7
per rent semi-annual Intern ) . We huvo the
homes , the lota. Ihu urn's nnd the llrst mort
gage loans , whlrli we nro offering for i-ale
and will bo slad to shnw them lo any one
wishing piolllable and absolutely safe Invest
ments. Potter & GoorRO Co. , S. W. corner
10th and Farnam. RE-MS09 so
Hill SALE , CHEAP , BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE
& rooms ; summer kltchrn , hard and soft
water ; good brlrk cellar ; lot 35x127 ; east front ;
part cash ; balance C per cent. 910 N. 23th
street. _ IIE-799
FARM LANDS. C , F. HARRISON. 911 N. Y. L.
HE 910 O20
HOUSES , LOTS , FARMS , LANDS. UEORUE
P. Liemls , Real Estate Co. , paxtun 1)11 * .
RE-Mi30ii
I WILL TAKE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT
or book accounts In the Omalm Savings Rank
for leal entate at hard Hints values. O. f ) .
Wallace , ! U J , J , Drown blk. , ICtli & Douglas.
RE-9II : t
MUSIC , AHT AND LANGUAGE.
ELOCUTION. PHYSICAli CULTURE. MRS. W.
N. Dorword. 62) N , IHh , Cuttings from stand
ard authors.
GEORGE F. QELLENRECK. BANJO AND
guitar Itacher , R. 413 Il a Uldg. Tel. m
100
A FINE 8TEINWAY PARLOR ORAND.
worth $1,000.00 , nnly JIOO.CO ; ont upiluht Vint
& Sons , ( -lily IllO.W ; plunoi for lent. William
II. Schnudltr & Co. , alii HcCusue Hide
_ _
KATIIERYN A. GOODHm.L. TKACHER OF
the fc-ultar. Ul > Hurt u (00 2i'
IIUILDINO AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.
SHARES IN MUTUAL L. * U. ARS'N PAYS C.
7 , 8 p r cent Then 1 , 2 , S years old ; always re
deemable. 1701 Farnam St. Nattlnger , Sec.
403
HOW TO GET A HOME OR SECURE GOOD
Interest em wxMnss. Apply to Omaha U A U.
Asa'n , 1704 Farnam. a. M. Nattlnger , Sec.
401
SHORTHAND A.MJ TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN SANT'8 SCHOOL. 613 N. Y. LIFE.
409
HIOYCLES AND REPAIRING.
2D WHEELS $10 TO 125. I1ICYCLES RENTED
ami rcpnlied , Omaha Illcyclc Co. , 16th nnd
Chicago. f27
IJETECTIVE AGENCY.
CAPTAIN P. MO3TYN , DETECTIVE AGENCY ;
nil detective work aircfully and promptly nt
tended to ; 310 Knrbnch block , Omnha , nnd MS
Roanokc Hid * . , ChlrACO. MCS Octl
LOST.
LOST-OPERA GLASS , LEAVE AT 1401 N.
26th for reward. Lost-119-25-
1/1ST , LADIES' RLACIC HANDRAO. REWARD
for return to Hec olllce. Lost 118-88 *
DANCING SCHOOL.
MORAND'S NOW OPEN FOR LADIES' GEN-
Itcmen , children nnd private classes. For par
ticulars nnd terms please call , 1510 Harney st ,
CSS Oil
UPHOLSTERING.
FURNITURE PACKED , FINISHED , RETry -
pilred ; mattresses inada nnd renovated Try
Walkln. 2111 Cumlnc ; tel. 13.11.
I'AWNIIROKERS.
II. MAROW1TX LOANS'MONEY , 418 N. 18 ST.
407
MEDICAL.
THE PEOPLE'S DISPENSARY , 1522 DOUGLAS
si. , never falls In diseases c ( women ; Rives
prompt relief without dangerous operations ;
25 > pars' experience. M 219 1 *
FOUND.
FOUND-PONY AND PHAETON AT 30TH AND
Ames avenue. Owner cnn have same by call-
in ) ; at 3531 N , 23th street and paying charges.
Found-109 20'
Searles &
Searlea
SPECIALISTS IH
Mcrvous , Clironio
and
Private Diseases.
8EXUALL * .
" All I'rliato l Ue set
' nnrtUliorden of Hoe
rrentmout by mall
consultation froa *
SYPHILIS
Cured for Ufa and the pol Mi thoroughly
ritanied from th lyntem. PILES. FISTULA
an RECTAL ULCERS. HYDROCELES AND
VAIUCOCEI.E permanently nnd uccenfull
cured. Method now and unfailing.
STRICTURE AND GLEET
By new method without pain or cutting.
Call on or fuMretj with stamp.
DL Scarlii & Scariss , HO a. 14th 3t ,
New Location.
IStli and Farnam
EVERY WOMAN
Sometimes needs a reliable
monthly regulating medicine
DR. PEAL'S
PENNYROYAL RILLS ,
Are prompt , safe nnd certain In remit. Tliecentt
too ( Dr. 1'eul'B ) lift'
Sherman & McConnel Drug Co. , 1513 Dodge
struct , Omaha , Neb.
ran
jijtayy &im [email protected]
Beer Business for Sale.
Good Trade , Splendid Location. Price
$2,500.00. Write for particulars.
ERNST IUEPEN ,
Denlson , Iowa.
RAILWAY TIME CARO
Leaves I11URL1NGTON & MO. HIVUR.IArrlU *
OmahaUnion ) Depot , lOjnjfc Mason St.i. | Oinuha
8S.r.am : Denver Express. . S:31.un :
4:3jpm.l > lk Hills. Mont. &t l'ug.-t t > ml. Ex. < :0jini :
4:3Jpm : Denver Etpiess 4Jjpm :
7'J5pm..Nebraska : Local ( except Sunday ) , . 745pin
. . . Lincoln Local ( except Sunday. . , li:30am
2:55pm..Fast : Mai ! ( for Lincoln ) -lully. .
Leaves ( CHICAGO , IJURLJNGTON & Q.lArrlves
Omahalt'nlon Depot , lOlli & Mason bta.Omalia | _
& :00pm : Chicago Vestibule r8COam
OMSam ChlcuKO Express 4:15pm :
750pm..Chlciigo ; and St , LouU Exptesn , , 8COum :
HMOani Paclnc junction Local IS:10pin :
Fast Mall. . . . 2Mpm :
LeaveslCiriCACIO , MIL. & ST , PAUL.Arrlves |
OmnliaUnlon | " _ Depot , 10th & MnsonHta.Umaha _ _
: . , . . . . . . . Lliiilica S:03nm :
llOOam..Chlcngo ; nxprces ( ex , Sunday ) . , 3 : & > pm
Leaves ( CHICAGO & NOnTi7wES"T'NArrlves )
OnuihalUnlon Deiiot JOth & Mason Sta. | Omaha
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CHAPTFil I.
,
It was n pltty ten thousand pities that
she , with her perfect , f rp and Innocent ,
child's eyes , should be such an ardent llttlo
nirt. > "
Her guardian , ns ho remembered the enor
mity of her offenses , mattered an Impatient
exclamation , an'l ground his heel savagely
Into the new gravel on the wldo garden
path. His ward , kneeling beside a great bed
of yellow * crocuses , looked up and over her
shoulder at him with some nervousness. She
had learned that Mr. Hoathcoto only mut
tered In that exact way when suffering from
acute mental Irritation , and she waa also
aware that at such times ho was not a very
pleasant companion.
Ho lifted his cap with outward ceremony.
The reverence was , however , Just then meanIngless -
Ingless , for how could ho respect so shallow
a llttlo coquette ?
"Is It wise to kneel on that damp grass ? "
he Inquired In a cold , Indifferent voice
Kllcen llurke could gladly have smitten him
for his Indifference as well aa for his Inter
ference. "Is It worth while risking n chill
at the expense of tending those singularly
plain flowers ? Have my gardeners been
neglecting their duties of late , or have you
a natural liking for setting yourself wholly
unnecessary tasks ? "
Miss liurko did not trouble to answer , but
turned back to the crocuses they were , at
least , no plainer than Mr. Heathcole , she
told herself comfortingly.
Julian Heothcoto sauntered across the
small stretch , of lawti that lay between
them and stood beside the graceful kneel
ing figure , his dark face grim and forbidding
to a degree.
"Where Is Hal ? " ho asked curtly.
"Hal was tiresome , and so I sent him
away very early this morning. "
"Somo day , " prophesied Mr. Hcathcotc
very bitterly , "you will send him away al
together. You cannot play with the boy
forever. It would bo more merciful to dis
miss him at once , perhaps ; but then 'to
your sex mercy Is an unknown quality.
How far has he gone this time ? "
"I am not your brother's keeper , Mr.
PJ.-athcote , " she told him Icily. "I neither
know nor care where ho has gone , how long
ho will stay , or wheu lie will come homo
again. If I were you I would not distress
myself about him , for he Is well able to take
care of himself. "
Mr. Heathcoto's heavy brows were knitted
Into a still deeper frown , for he was about
to make an appeal and to plead with any
one was a well-nigh unknown degradation
to him.
"I I am fond of the boy , " he commenced
awkwardly enough , "and my stepmother has
begged mo to put In R plea for her son , or
else I would stand by In silence and let you
amuse yourself In your own way. Hal loves
you , Eileen you can'.t deny It and yet
your sole delight in tue knowledge Is that
you feel that he Is yours to wound and play
with as you please ; you Encourage him to
be with you- you aro'warm ' to him at one
moment , cold the nex't. and Eileen , can't
you awaken your better -self , and marry
him ? "
Eileen viciously picked an Invalid crocus
and threw It away she would have dearly
liked to throw It at Mr. lleathcoto had she
been a little less afraid of him.
"No , I can't ! " she aps\vefed \ crossly , "and
what is more , I won't ! not even to please
Mis. Heathcote I would do a great deal
for her , yet when I ) narry It shall bo to
please myself but I yon't , marry any one ,
ever. " , ,
"
"May I tell Hal so ? ! "
She Jumped up and faced him angrily ,
her usually gentle blue eyes flashing scorn
ful defiance at him.T | ;
"It Is no use-your trying to bully me Into
anything , " BhoyjloliJ i'irn. , 'A ItwAv t Is'y6ur
nature to be dictatorial , > and managing , and
unnecessarily Interfering ) but ohi If you
could only realize how tiresome and foolish
you appear to mo , perhaps you would cease
trying to Influence me. ' "
Julian Heathcote had certainly never Im
agined that his role of stern guardian would
appear In such a light to the temper-blinded
eyes of his ward. Hut his Imperturbability
remained unruffled , though he Inwardly con
fessed himself a fool.
"I ceased trying to influence you long
ago , " ho replied. "I thought , however , that
you might bo Inclined .to listen to reason
for my stepmother's sake. "
"There Is to my mind no reason In ex-
ppctlng me to marry Just because you wish
to bo rid of a very troublesome charge. "
His gray eyes were bent sternly upon her
faco.
"You do me an Injustice. Until you maCe
so much mischief in my house until I re
alized that you were playing with Hal I
did not object to my duties as your guard
ian. Even now I have no desire for you to
leave us. "
Her llttlo foot , In a steel-buckled Crom
well shoe , tapped the grass Impatiently ;
her head was bent and- when she spoke it
was almost sullenly.
"When I marry I shall want to get away
from this place , because I have been so mis.
erablo here. You ask mo to marry Hoi , but
it I did what would I galn"by It ? Wo would
live on here , you would still order mo about ,
criticise my shortcomings , condemn my
wifely conduct , and oh , I should end It all
by running away and drowning myself In
your nasty , weedy rlvor , Just out of pure
spite ! "
"You should not live hero ! " he made an
swer with sudden passion ; "that would be
more than I could stand. You and Hal
might go where you pleased. I would set
you up anywhere in a homo of your own.
but I could not have you hero ! If that Is
all that stands between you and the bey ,
you may make your mind quite easy , tor
your home shall never be mine. "
Her anger died out before his , her eyes
wavered and then fell , her pretty lips quiv
ered and her face grew pale.
"I knew you hated to ha > c mo here , " she
eald brokenly ; "I told Mrs. Heathcoto so ,
and and It is hateful to feel that one is an
Intruder. AVhy can't r go away and earn
my own living ? I have my pension Just
40 a year and I would rather go and bo a
nuisomald to aomo odious children , giving
my services free In exchange for a home ,
than here " '
stay on ,
"If you don't care for Hal , " said Mr.
Heathcoto abruptly , "tell me so , and I will
never urge you again to''inarry him , "
"You may urge , and urge , and urge , " re
torted Klleen pettishly , ' 'and ' when you stop
for wont of breath , you" will find that I nm
still determined to dofcs'1)tl'nlease. ) , "
"You evidently collator. " remarked her
guardian , ' 'that ' therolflsnllttlo need to expend -
pond any politeness HpWjdjiio. Upon my
word , a guardian's post Is a thankless one ,
and- Hal , my boy , Is that you ? "
Ho turned , his hard face softening , to meet
a tall , slim , effeminate-looking lad , who was
coming toward them over the lawn. Henry
HeathcotH wan utterly unllko his half-
brother In appearance , as well as character.
Ho was handsome , physically delicate and
morally a coward , and perhaps It was his
weakness , both of body and will , which had
always appealed to Julian's Iron nature.
Hvur since Hal was a child Julian had
cared for and protected him , and now this
girl , with her lovely face and bewitching
ways , had crime between them , and was go
ing the right way to break Hal's heart.
So Julian Hcathcotc turned away from
Eileen and laid his hand on lint's shoulder.
"Where have you been all day ? " ho nsked.
The lad's face flushed , and he cast a quick
glance at nllcen.
"I I can't toll you , " ho stammered , "bo-
cause It I Eileen knows ; Indeed she sent
me , but I only went to please her. "
Mr. Hcathcotc turned , almost brushed
past Eileen , and went away In the direction
oC the house.
The girl looked up at the lad with a
strangely mirthless llttlo smile.
"You lost your head , Hal , " Bhe said , very
wearily ; "why make such a mystery of your
going and coming ? Your mother has begun
to suspect you , and so would my guardian
If ho was not so much taken up with sus
pecting me. I suppose you have been up to
London ngaln ? It was a pity you Invented
that clumsy lie about mo on the spur of the
moment , for I had Just denied all knowl
edge ) of your whereabouts. I am getting so
tired of guarding this secret when will you
tell him ? "
"Not now , anyway , " evasively.
"Why not ? Ho Is quite reconciled to the
Idea of your getting married. "
"Yes , " answered Hal ; "but If ho heard
that wecro already married , what on
earth would he say ? His choice of a wife
for mo might clash with mine. "
Klleen took a stop toward him. and laid a
hand upon his sleeve.
"Hal , " she said , "do let me tell him. You
don't understand how bow unfair It Is tome
mo to expect mo to keep this marriage a se
cret. "
Hut Hal laughed , very gayly and care
lessly.
"My dear little Elley , I won't allow you to
do anything of the sort , and I have your
promise not to sneak about me. I'm safe
enough so far. and don't you understand ?
The Joke of the whole affair Is that he
thinks I'm dead nuts on you , and that you
are half spoons on me you don't mind
dear , do you ? "
"Why should I mind what ho thinks ? "
she questioned bitterly.
"And , I believe , " whispered Hal , confiden
tially , "that the wooden-brained , Quixotic
old ass Is In love with you himself. Think
of what I am , saving you from , Elley Just
fancy Julian as the fond lover ! He would
bo a bit overpowering , wouldn't he ? "
"You , " mentioned Eileen , with unvar
nished truthfulness , "aro not only selfish ,
ungrateful and a coward , but you are a
fool as well ! "
"That comes. " muttered Hal sulkily , as
she turned and left him , "of trying to Joke
with a girl there's not a woman in a thou
sand with any sense of humor. "
CHAPTER II.
The sunshine was streaming in at Mrs.
Heathcoto's open windows and shining with
aggravating persistency straight across
that lady's face as she lay In bed waiting
for her maid to come and dress her. Mrs.
Heathcoto always spent her mornings In
bed. Shu was pleased to pose as an Inter
esting invalid , and her stepsrm , with whom
she lived , was considerate enough to humor
her whim. Her own son and Eileen had
faith In her supposed delicacy , and the girl
waited on her hand and foot , doing all In
her power to make her life brighter.
Now , as Eileen entered the room In ad
vance of the maid her quick eyes perceived
how the sun was dazzling the Interesting
.patient's . languid eyes.
"Why didn't you ring for me , dear ? " she
Inquired reproachfully. "I shall be afraid
to leave you unless you let me know when
you need me. "
"I must not be solflsh , my child , " replied
Mrs. Heathcote , with a resigned smile"how ;
can I expect to chain a bright young girl
to an Invalid's couch ? The cau-de-cologne ,
please , darling , and pray , Graves , pick up
that untidy scrap of paper from the carpet ,
It has vexed me to see It there all the morn-
Ing. I doubt If the room was thoroughly
swept out yesterday. Hove you seen Hal
this morning , Eileen ? "
"Only at breakfast. Ho went out 1mm/-
dlatcly ho had swallowed his food , " the girl
answered briefly she did not care to talk
of Hal just then.
"And Julian , where Is he ? "
Graves was busy preparing her mistress'
bath , and Eileen turned her back to Mrs.
Heathcoto and stood fidgeting with the sil
ver-backed brush on the dressing table.
"I believe he Is In the studv. "
She cared llttlo less to talk about Mr.
Heathcote.
' 'Did ' he breakfast early or with you ? "
asked i.Mrs. Heathcote , who was evidently
In an Inquiring mood.
"I was late , " the girl replied , "ho and Hal
wore just finishing when I came down , and
they went away and left mo to clear up the
remnants of the feast. "
Mrs. Heathcoto smiled a faint smile. She
was , perhaps , commencing to see through
Hal , and to suspect that his professed affec
tion for Eileen was either n mistake or a
pretense. A few weeks ago she had believed
that Eileen was playing with her boy's heart ,
now It seemed more likely that ho was toyIng -
Ing with hers. I'oor Eileen ! It was a great
pity , but as Hal was evidently tired of her ,
it might bo as well for Julian to marry her ,
and thus leave Hal quite free to marry whom
ho pleased. Her mother's love and care
must guard Hal from all possible awkward
ness.
"My love , " she said gently , "you will .find
a Jotter from my banker upon my dressing
tabje , you will take it down to your guar
dian and ask him to read It over for me ? I
am not a business woman , and It puzzles
me. "
Long-suffering Eileen went slowly and re
luctantly downstairs , lingering for a long
while in the great cherry hall to make much
of a IUIKO sulphur-crested cockatoo , so that
sha might put off the evil hour of meeting
Mr. Heathcoto alone for as long aa she could.
Then with sudden resolution she turned
and knocked at his study door.
A voleo rather Impatiently hade her enter ,
for Mr. Heathcoto was head over ears com
piling a very learned volume for the Instruc
tion of mankind , and , therefore , resented be
ing disturbed.
But when he glanced up and saw Eileen
his book was qulto forgotten ; he throw down
his pen and rose , drawing forward a chair
for her beside his writing table.
"I have como/ ' commenced Eileen , paus-
th a big n. niackwell's Genuine Hull <
BEST IB Inucluss bylUoir. You -vlll IInil ono
roiion | ) lualdo pucli two ouneo bug , und two cou
pena inside eacli four ouneo
Elaokv/elPs
Smoking Tobacco
Huy a bag of this celebrn ted tobacco and rend the coupon
Inp on the threshold , ami nervously finger-
In the letter , "to "
"Won't you como In nnd sit down ? " he
asked. "I n I Jo nnythlnc for yoif ? "
With an effort she conquered her feellnR
of awkwardness and went forward wllh Iho
letter ; for , after all , why should U matter
whether ho thousht licr n liar or not ? "
"Mrs. Heathcote sent you this/ ' she said ;
"will you read It , and "
Hut ho caught her hands nml drew her
toward him.
"nilcc'i ' , " ho nalil sternly , "t want you to
tell me you must tell me why you thoiiRht
U necessary to deceive mo the other dny. "
"More crojs-e.xnmlnntlonl" she answered
tightly ; " > oil really ought to have been a
barrister ! "
"Don't try to evade my question. " Julian
lleathcoto's voice was dangerously quiet
and his hands tightened upon hers. "Why
did you tell me a He ? "
She looked tip at him , n burning flush
mounting to the very roots of her hair ; then
she shivered and her eyes fell. To clear
herself she must acctlso Hal.
"Had 1 been harsh lo you and frightened
you ? "
"You are always harsh to me. "
"Hut Riircly" a luni ] > rose In his throat ,
and ho drew her nearer still "In splto of
of everjthluB. my manner , our dlsaRree-
metits , and all , you would not dream of be-
IIIK nervous with mo ? "
"Of course notl" with a plucky pretense
at a laugh. "You magnify jour Importance
a sreat deal , Mr. Heathcote , nml 1 can as
sure you that by nature I am not absolutely
nerveless. "
He released licr. She would not admit It
poor , proud little girl ! but his anger the
other day had evidently scared her. Well ,
It was not vciy wonderful that she fill on Id
stand In awe of him when he had been so
persistently hard upon her ,
"Won't you wait whllo 1 read the letter7"
he asked , In a wonderfully gcntla voice.
Then n fearful and wonderful thing hap
pened , for Ullccn spirited , defiant Ktleen
burst Into a wild flood of tears , and made a
blind , Ineffectual dash for the door.
How Mr. Heathcoto stopped her he never
knew. The next thine lie realized was that
ho. had seated her In his own favorite arm
chair , and was kneeling bestdo her , making
futile masculine efforts to console and quiet
her
"Eileen ! " ho whispered , "I have made the
last six months a hell to you ; I was a brute
to urge you to marry Hal , but dear , In
honor , It seemed as If I dared not do any
thing else. Ho cares for you , and his mother
thought It seemed , at first , as though
you were fond of him. Child , you shall
flirt If you please you shall do anything
that you llko If you will not break my
heart with these tears. "
"Go away , " she sobbed , and shrank back
as ho laid his hand upon her arm. "I am
crying because you you have mndo my
head ache. "
"I will never cross you again , In any
thing , " ho promised rashly , "only don't
cry ! "
There was a long , painful pause. He
turned away to the open French windows ,
and stood there his back to the weeping
girl staring out blankly Into the bright
flower garden.
"Until father died , " at last she said In a
very tremulous voice , "and I came here to
live , I never knew what It was to be really
miserable. Even when dad was In India
and I was left In Eliglnnd with strangers. 1
was happier by far lhan I am now. And he
trusted mo to you because you were the
son of his dearest friend ; he believed that
you would bo kind to me , and you have
only been cruel. "
He was still looking out , all unseeing. Into
the dazzling sunshine , when he heard her
light step cross the room ; the door opened ,
closed , and ho was left alone with only his
own thoughts for company.
Ho turned , threw himself Into a chair nnd
bent his face forward on his hands. For the
ways of a self-sacrlflclng guardian nnd
brother may be hard as well as strange.
CHAPTER HI.
A lark was mounting higher and higher
still Into the cloudless sky. Eileen and Hal
stood down by the river and watched him ,
their thoughts apparently Intent on him and
him alouc.
"It's a bit awkward , " admitted Hal.
"I always told you so , " replied Eileen ,
with a prodigiously deep sigh , "and the
longer it goes on the moro awkward It be
comes. Your mother Is getting so fretful ,
too , and asks such tiresome questions. Why
won't you make a clean breast of It to Mr.
Heathcoto , Hal , and have done with It. "
"I daren't ; he'd cut up rough. You tell
him for me , Elley , old girl , do like a
trump ! "
The girl's face paled , she cast a little nerv
ous glance behind her , then as If fearing
that the pretty wood about them had ears-
she answered in a low , awed voice :
"To tell you the truth , Hal , If you daren't
tell him , neither dare I. "
"Oh , humbug ! " exclaimed Hal Impatiently.
"Ho won't mind hearing It half as much
from you as from me. "
They wandered out of the little wood Into
a quiet meadow , and here , with a sigh ,
Eileen sank down on the river bank. Hal
throw himself down beside her , rolled over
on his back and pulled his cap down over
his e > es to keep away thu glaring sunshine.
Ho was diplomatic enough to leave Eileen
to her own thoughts for awhile.
Her thoughts , poor child , were far from
pleasant. Presently she roused herself from
them , and , looking straight in front of her ,
asked-
"Did you over tell him that you were fond
of mo ? "
"No ! " laughed Hal ; "he was only too ready
to take It for granted. I merely sat tight
and let him think so it suited my plans ,
you know. "
"Has It ever struck you , Hal , that you
are the most selfish creature on the face of
the earth ? " Inquired Eileen.
"I ? " queried Hal , in genuine surprise.
"Great Scott ! Why , no ! I never think or
myself , Eileen ; all this time I've been
thinking of my wife , and wondering how I
can best'arrange this business for her. 1011
see , when Julian hears that wo are married
ho may turn crusty and cut off my allow
ance. " , , . , , . ,
"Hal ! " cried a harsh voice , Just behind
them ,
The lad pushed back his cap and sprang
to his feet , his face flushlnK hotly as hemet
mot his half-brother's stern eyes , hlleen
did not move or even glance up ; It was all
no business of hern , she told herself ; why
should she Interfere ? "
"I overheard your last words , " said Julian
Heathcoto , with a very unpleasant little
sneer , "May I offer you both my most sin
cere congratulations , not only on your mar
riage , but on having so successfully duped
me ? Hut why was I not taken Into your
confidence , when I so charitably encour
aged the match ? "
"Eileen , " Muromcrcd Hal , "you tell him
I you can , perhaps , pxpl.tln better than 1
can. "
Eileen mechanically picked a buttercup
and tossed H forward into thu river.
"I would rather not , " she answered slowly ,
"but still " then who rose , and for the first
tlmu looked at her guardian.
His head was bent , hla lips compressed
and his eyes were fixed nn the grass nt his
feet. His clcan-saven , clear faro looked
lined and worn she had never noticed before -
fore how lined It was.
"Perhaps , " HiiKgcstcd Hal , with charac-
tci'Utlc consideration for himself , "I had
bolter go away. "
"And leave your wife to face It out alone
you cowardly young dog ! " cried Mr.
IJeathcoto fiercely. "Stay where you aio ,
sir , and don't dare to slink away of what
are you afiald ? I gave you both good ad
vice , and you acted upon It In your own
way. I have no right to blame you. "
"Aa It happens , " blurted out Hal , "neither
of us Intended taking your advice. When
I married , I married to please myself , and
as for Eileen , I never cared for her In that
way , I mean or she for me , The fact U
I cut up to town Boiiio wccke ago , und got
spliced to a very Jolly girl a bannald. "
"Thank heaven ! " ejaculated Julian Heath-
cote devoutly.
Klleen and Hal looked up In surprise.
"Hal thought you would bo very angry , "
tlie girl said , timidly , "but ho says slio U
really very nice , and quite a lady. "
"No doubt , " agreed Mr , lleathcoto suavely ;
"all barmaids aro. She will ho a charming
addition to mir family , and we muni only
regret that she has been kept In the back
ground for BO long , Go now , Hal , and break
this pleasing Intelligence to your mother.
I shall have more to say to you later on. "
"You inn si not be hard on him , " pleaded
Eileen , lingering behind to Intercede for
Hal , "lie Is younj ; , nnd so very weak , and i
think HIO muit liuvo led him on. "
"And all the time I waa urging you to
marry him ! " xald Hcatbcoto In bewilder
ment. "Klleen , oh , nilcen , what a blind fuel
I've been ; yet he | c < ! me to believe that he
was fond of you , and that you were playing
with him. "
"t don't think. " replied Klloen unsteadily ,
"that you needed to be encouraged much In
that bellcfi You were so anxious to think
111 of me , and to ct rid of me , that you
you . " Her voice broke , end. turning , sha
gazNl down nt the river with blinded eyes.
Ho came up behind hep , nnd laid his hand
upon her shoulder.
"Tho mistake nil along , " ho said sadly" ,
"lies been that I cared for you too well to
bo reasonable- thoimht that you nnd Hal
i would bo happy together and 1 felt I was
too old too hard to expect to stand with
any success as the. boy's rival. That has
been my fault 1 loved you , and love blinded
me. "
She made no answer , only tinned farther
from him , sn that he might not sea her faco.
"And now , " ho continued with n bitter
llttlo laugh , "I have completed the head
nnd front of my offending by confessing my
love. You say 1 have mndo you miserable
whllo you have been living here believe
me , I have made myself not one whit Icsa
wretched. To bo continually striving lo sup
press a love llki mine does not tend to
make n man phenomenally amiable , You
must try to forgive me , and when I como
homo ngnlnln _ n year or so , I shall hope
that you wlTl have forgotten enough to en
able you to bo good friends with me , as you
ttpro when my guardianship commenced. "
"Then you will go away ? "
She glanced back nt him over her shoul
der. Ho was not stern or cold now , nnd
she was not nfrnld of him ,
"Certnlnly. "
"Hut why ? " she persisted.
"Uecaliso , " ho explained quietly , "I have
proved myself to bo a weak fool who could
not hold my tongue , and I can't continu
ally bring my folly back to your memory
by remaining on here. It would bo unbear
able for us both. "
"That day In the garden , " she said In a
very hushed voice , " 1 1 didn't toll you a
lie. "
"I was mad to think so , " ho answered.
The lark flow up again up up up sing
ing sweetly , till ho was but n wee blaclc
speck above their heads.
Julian Heathcote bent over Eileen and
looked Into her face.
"Crying , child ? " ho questioned tenderly.
"Why Is that ? "
"Everything Is so bright and beautiful , "
she faltered , "and and the lark seems so
happy that It makes me wish I were dead.
Don't you understand ? "
"Not qulto , " confessed Hcalhcotc with
masculine density. "It only makes mo wish
that I need not go away. "
"It Is Just the same sort of feeling , " she
explained logically , "only different. You1 In
sist on going away , and I can't help wishIng -
Ing I was dead. "
His hand slipped from her shoulder , and
ho passed his arm about her waist.
"Klleen , " ho said , "look up at me. Dear-
am I to stay ? "
"nut will you promise , " she whispered ,
"that you will be very nlco to poor Ifal ? "
"I will bargain , " ho agreed , "to bo na
ntco to Hal In my own way , of course as
you will be to me. "
"Tho lark may sing now , " she said , with
a happy llttlo laugh.
So the lark sang on above them , but they
quite forgot him and his joyous song. The
buttercups were beneath their feet , God's
sunshine about them , and the light of love
In their hearts. They were alone In a now
world In nn Eden of their own , nnd lookIng -
Ing Into'each other's eyes , they found that
It was good ,
CLAIMS SO.M13 VHIIV HIGH TITMJS.
Cincinnati riioirniilicr IIIKH | < H Unit
111IN the Fifth Karl of luill MV.
CINCINNATI , Sept. 27. John L. Spohn , a
photographer here , claims to be the fifth
carl of Ludlow , Viscount Preston and Baron
Ludlow of Ardsalla In the peerage of Ireland
and Baron Ludlow In that of the United
Kingdom. Today his brother left here for
Shropshire. Wales , to claim the rights and
titles of the elder brother. John Leo Sophn
Is poor , but his brother , W. H. Spohn , who
lives at Hamilton , Canada , Is wealthy , and
has corresponded with English attorneys un
til he Is satisfied ho can establish his elder
brother's titles by lineal descent. The
estate embraces Shropshire , county Wales ,
and Is valued at 120,000,000. The carlshlp
has been extinct since 1S42. W. H. Spohn
has secured the old manuscript of the family
tree. Ho has numerous relics of the last
recognized earl , who died In 1S40. The title
and estates then descended to the carl's un
cle , John G. Ludlow , the earl dying with
out Issue. His uncle was dead and the un
cle's son , Peter n. Ludlow , lived at Albany ,
N. Y. , and from there went to Hamilton.
Ont. , where ho died two months after reach
ing the place. His only child , a daughter ,
being poor , made no claim. Her eldest son
Is John Lee Spohn , who Is now making the
claim. John Leo Spohn married Miss Las-
tor. Their children are Mrs. L. E. Ryan ,
Mrs. Maud Van Hort and Mrs. Ada Moeschol ,
of this city.
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which ladles may use Syrup of Figs , under
all conditions , mnkcs It their fnvorlto rem
edy. To get the truu and genuine article ,
look for the iiamo of the California Fig
Syrup company , printed near the bottom of
the package. For sale by all rcsponslblo
druggists.
I'lIH UHAI.TV MAUICKT.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Saturday ,
September 20 , ISBfi :
WAIUIANTY DEEDS.
II A Kosters and wlfo to B 1) Mim-
Hluiw , lot 5 , block 14 , South Oinnlmf 700
J H V Lehman and wife to A J
lliinscom , o 32 foot of lot 7 , block
120 , South Omiilm 3)OD ) )
J A Bevcrlcy nml wlfo to J S Gil
bert , lot 2. Morrison's add C.O'JO
C J Warner to J A Warner , lotH 13
nnd 14 , block 'J , IlennliiKton 1 , 09
J F Flack Company lo Andrew Mllita
ox ot nl , w 11 foot of lots 11 and
15 , block 2 , M Donovnn'H HUbdlv. . . . 1
A M Darker to Jarob Elton , Iol 39 ,
10 arid II. Hurlnm Lane. , 1
U D ConVnan and wlfo lo Mary Mo-
Kirov , lols ! i und C , block 2. Hoyil's 409
J I' ' ' Pluck and wlfo to 1 , D Spitul-
dlns , lot 4. Ltuhvlrk Plnco ; lot 21
nnil part of lot 21 , Heuuvolr Place ;
lot C , block 1 , I'riiyn park ; lot 12
nnd H 'A of lot 20 , block I , 1'otler
& C'H ndd 1
J V Flack Company lo D 0 Doilds ,
part of lots II and 1. , block 2 , M
Doriovan'H mihdlv 1
Snmo to MrCiiKiii1 InveHlnu'iit com
pany , tr , lots 1 to G , block 11 ; lotH 1 $
to 11) ) , block 2 , Til Donovan's subdlv :
lotH i , 3 , in , in , block : i ; IOIH 10 , n ,
111 , II , Hi , 1G , block < i ; lot 4. block 2.
Ilunst'om pink : lot 1 , block 1 ; lot 1 ,
block 2 , Mystic park , 3,10
{ jiirnu to O F Oilman * , tr , lotH ft lo
13 , 17 to 21 , 21 to 20 , S3 nnd SB. block
1 ; lots G nnd IS , block 2 , MyHlla
park ; lot1 * 1 lo 4 , 7 to 10 , 17 lo 20.
block 1 , Hlllekn's ndd 1
Sumo to William llulrd , lol 22 , block
t , Ucdfoid I'lnro 1
Samuel ICiitz and wlfo lo A J Kiilz ,
n ' / . of subdivided lot 14 In lot 2 ,
Capitol add ; lots 2U and 27 , block 12 ,
KonnUo & Il'H-add ; lot II , block 9 ,
Joiomo Ii.'iilc ; uiidlvlded ' , ' of lolH
15 , 17 , 18 , 20 , 21 and 22. Unas1 Hllbdlv 9,000
Clirlrtli'ii Ilimsi'li and wife to Ilntb-
Illn. Chrlslensen. IOIH 2 nnd 3 , Flus-
Un'H add to I'lalnvlnw. . , , , 7.5CO
Anna. CorrlKim to William Hyrno ,
lols n und u , blork 2 , l.onau Pluco. . 700
M J C Itynn and IniHbnnd to A I )
Conroy , lot S , block r > , Poirlgan
1'luco SO )
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS.
J P Wagner and wlfo to Cl P Month ,
tax loin 1 and 17 , In .fi.15-13 1
a P liomls and \vlfu lo G P liimilu
ltu.il Kstnto C'o , , lotH 1 and K , block
1 , Cn-dlt Konel'T ndd , und varloun
other tracts 53,232
J W Vanderi'ook and wlfo to John
and Annl" Jolumson , lotH 2 , 3 , G
and 7 , blork 133 ; loin I ! and 7 , block
HO ; loin C to 1(1 ( , block Ml ; loin C ,
9 and 10 , block 115 , Florence , , , 003
Special master to J K Flack Co , , lots
U to 19 , hlodt 2 ; lots 1 to U , block
3 , Donovan' : ) add 78) )
Total amount of transfers , , ,5123,181
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