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10 THE OMAHA DAILY BEEs THURSDAY , APRIL 14 , 1808.
AdvcrtUrnirnlPi for lime onttimna
will lie tnken until 12 in. for < lic
evrnln * emit wtilll N | . m. fur tk
suorulncr and Bandar edition * .
Advertiser * , ttr re r tlB nutn-
fcored check , c n bare u vrcr nd-
irenned to a nnmltered letter In cnre
of The Ilee. An wer o dilre iiea
will be delivered OM pr * t tlon C
the check onlr <
1 Rnlen , 1 l-2o i word llriit Inncrtloni
lo a Ti > ril ( lierenfler. Xolliln * tnken
for leHN thnn 25c for the Brut lner-
lon. " TWc c _ advertlnementu mont
T AMERICAN WIDOW. nOUSEKEBPEn TOR
widower , housekeeper or heed chambermaid In
fwUI ; oed references. Mre. Pulner. Wesf
, pr e , N.J. A-MUt A14'
.JIEFINEO LADY. IJXI'KniKNCnO TltAV-
elor , wishes position as companion. Aih
1 , . IJce. A-M2S4
WASTED SIAMfi IIKLP.
TO TAKE ORDERS : NEW LINK
of * rork ; no rea\y goods to carry ! salary or
eommlsBlon. C. F. Adnm Co. . 624 So. IClti , St.
SALESMAN POn CIOAKS. WS A MONTH AND
tp nses ; olJ tlrm ; expcr'cnc * unncretsw ; In
ducements ID customers. C. C. IJUhop & Co , ,
Bt. Lmils. n-tto
'AGENTS AND BRANCH MANAOKUSi SA7.An\
And commission. Hunter Tailoring & Hnlrt
Co. . Cincinnati. O. Il-MO ? A18 * _
BALnSMKN TO SKLL TOILCT SOAP TO
dealers ; 1100 per month salary and cxpanjes1
experience unnecessary. Louis nrnsl i-o , HI.
Louis. Mo , H-Mli _
WANTED. A GOOD , TtKLIAIILn , HUSTL1NO
ramnnfer. Apply to Omaha Anchor Fence
Co. 2M-207 N. 17th St. 11-238
11.500 POSITION TO 1IIOIIT PAUTY $1.100 UE-
qulred for 90 days. Adilrejs L 64 , Ilee.
WANTKD. CYLINDER PRESS FEKDKUS ;
steauy employment nnd Rood wanes , llecan
Printing House , 85 Plymouth Place. Oilcano.
- II M2C9 It *
V ) PAINTERS WANTED , MACHINERY
building , Exposition grounds. H-2S1-H
WANTKD. AN EXPERIENCED DRESS GOODS
lalrsman.- . L..llrandels & Sons , Iloston Store.
WANTED. B WELL DRESSED YOUNG MEN
lo travel ; collectors and solicitors ; expenses
advanced. Room 3 Victoria Hotel. Call at
once. I i9A.i 5 *
gALESMEN WANTED TO SELL 1JY SAMPLE
at wholesale nnd retail. Good * sell on smht.
Salary and commUclon. Address Centennla1
Mfjr. Co. , 493 8th Me. , New York Clly.
A SAtJKSMEN TO SELL CIGARS TO DEAL-
cr : f alar > ' . WHO to 1200 00 per month and < -x-
ptnses ; experience unnecessary ; permanent po
sition. The DC Mora Cigar Co. , SprlnisnMd. O.
1J M2J 1 *
COOK. KXPOSITION HOTEL , 1S11
FIVE SALESMEN WHO CAN. EARN J2.WM
'yearly and cxpenfcs selllinf Maple Roods to
general trade ; lone terms of credit. Successful
scheme men of unquestioned Inteerlty only ,
" \Vejlern Mf f Co. , SyKei IJlock , Minneapolis ,
Minn. B-M2SS 16
WAXTEI1 KK3IALK HELP.
100 GIRLS FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK ; J3 TO
$7 week. Canadian Office , 1522 Douglas.c
WANTED , A NURSE GIRL ; REFERENCES
reaulred. Apply 3C20 1'nrnnm St. C Mi26
WANTED GIRL AT DORAN HOUSE. 422 S ,
ISth St. , one blosk south of court houf.C9i
WANTED , A GIRL TOR GENERAL HOUSE ;
. Rood for reliable party ; smnl
* * UI ( Vt # i > * ' _ pay.for
family. 1311 S. 20th St. C 229-1J *
WANTED. EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES I.
the Millinery Department , only thotc xvho havi
had n ureat deal of experience need apply ,
J. L. nrandels & Sons , Doaton Store.C
C 22G-1 *
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED GERMAN OR
Bohemian cook ; must be n thorough cook : If
small family. Wages I3.CO. 2C03 St. Mary1
Ave. . corner 2 h and St. Mary's Ave.C .
C 263 14
LADIES TO MAKE SAMPLE PATCHES
home ; 8 per week ; no canvassing. Send repl :
tnveicpe for sample nnd particulars. Foste :
Machine Co. . S25 West 29th St. . New York.
WANTED , OIRL AT DORAN HOUSE. 422 S
18th St. , one block south of court
FOR RKXT HOUSES.
CHOICE HOUSES AND COTTAGES AIJ , OVE
cltyt' rtO $75. Fidelity , 1st Ooor N , Y. Life
IjARGE LIST. M'CAGUE. 13TII AND DODGE
'HOUSES ' , FLATS. OARVIN BROS. . u FAR-I :
HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. TH
O. F. Davla Company. 1S03 Farnam. D 667
HOUSES. DENEWA ft CO. , IOS N. 1STH ST.
HOUSES , STORES. BCMIS. PAXTON BLOCK.
DETACHED MODERN It-ROOM. AT.BOROOU
house : keys it 2548 Capitol Ave. Tel. GTS. II.
H. Tiobson. D71
MOVINO HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANo's.
Om.Vnn & Storage Co. . iSllli Farnam. Tel. 1W > .
FOR RENT. ABOUT APRIL 15 , TO COOD TENant -
ant , 8-room house ; all conveniences ; Kd street ,
near California ; not for boarders or roomers ;
$ U. EOS N. Y. Life building. D M85I
IVOR RENT COTTAGE. ROOMS. MODERN
conveniences. 113 S. 17th Ave. Inquire at 71
B. 17th St. D-llO-
.R. HOUSE. NEAR tTTII AND PARKER : NICE
place. D 258 13 *
MODERN HOUSE. TEN ROOMS. 110 S. SOTII
Bt. Enquire next door. D-IS8.U *
FOH HKXT FUHXISHEn nOOMS.
S NICE ROOMS , HOUSEKEEPING. 111Z SOUTH
l h St. E-M7C3
DESIRABLE ROOM. M. F. ROYS. N. Y. L !
BJg. 'Phone SU. E-M2U A17 *
IIOOMS , S. FRONT ; MODERN. 1580 HARNEY
street. n M9SO ] (
IN PRIVATE FAMILY. 1919 DODGE.
PLEASANT IfURNISHED ROOMS. 118 NORTH
Nineteenth t. E-1GS
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH OH WITHOUT
board ; beautlfuF location. 1136 South 31 t.
NKATLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOUR
( mm po loince. 1811 Cms. E M267
'FOR TIEXT. S HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
room . no ohjivtlon to light hourekeeolnir. In
quire 25C Douglas. K IS5-14 *
FIIHMSHKD ROOM * AND DOAIID.
l MERRIAM. FIRST CLASS FAMILY HO
tel. 2511) wnd Dodge Hts. FTI
IIOOMS , WITH BOARD. 2103 CHICAGO ST.
F-iOT Atl *
BXrOSITIOK , EXPOSITION.
Th Saratoita Hotel : new haute ; now furniture ;
modern equipment ; experienced management.
adjoin * exposition ; boarders nollclrd ; raten rrn-
anal4e : take Sherman Ave. cars U > Sill. nn > l
Aroi-s A\c. John H. Pierce , proprietor : D. T.
'Tutib * . mnnanfr. F K3a
FURNISHED ROOMS. TRANStB > rTS ACCOMmodated -
modated ; cheap rates. (20 N. INh.M25 16 <
KICE ROOMS WITH BOARD , 1824 IHNIf RY
F 2C1-18 *
FOR HBJfT VNFVMMSHGD IIOOMB.
FOR RENT. NICK SOUTH FRONT
nlshM 'roomslth bath : Wltbn ll block. F.
W. Carmlchael. No. S , WUhntll Uwk.
, ist * FAHNAM.
re * MKXT STORKS AND TFICKS.
VOK.KKNT , THE 4-aTORr BRICK I1UILDWC
t M F rn m St. Tkla bulldtazj hi ttrnraol
c nwnt ItaMiMHt. wM r on all floors , sjsis. etc ,
Bt * .
lo Hi * jAullina- -
KOK nK.VrflTOItK9 AJfl > OKKIfK * .
( Continued. )
-Oil RENT , DESK ROOM IN (1ROUKO FLOOR
office , lice Im'lillnn ' ; water , fleam heel , electric
HUM an < l janitor service. Apply lo Superln *
Undent. M < tmlMlnir. 1 197
ron RKNr-iN THE nnE BUILDING i
3ne large corner room , 2J lloor , with vault ana
private omro. wnter , ftc.
in * I urge front room , 2J noor , divided Into two
roem < by partition : water , tic.
Dne Unip corner room , 2.1 lloor , with vault ,
water , etc.
Jnt front room , divided by partition , 3d floor.
Jne corner room , with vault , 3d noor.
3ne large roam , 3d ( loar. with partition dividing
It Into one larce room and two smaller private
rooms ; water , etc.
rwo larjte icround' floor rooms , frcntlnp ; 17th Bt. ,
with va lt.
Several small rooms on 4th floor , wltji vaults.
Ml lhm # rooms are heitnd with steam , electrlo
lls/htr , supplied 'With flr t class Janitor service :
elavators run day and all night ; building
strictly fireproof. Apply to superintendent ,
room 101 , Dee bulldlns ; . 1-1W
AOKNTS WANTED , MtJUAT HALSTnAD'S
treat war book , "Qur Country In War , " and
our relation * with foreign tuitions ; oil nbout
our army , nivy , coast defenses , t'.i ? Mnlne
disaster , Spnln , her army and navy defences :
all nbout Cuba , lirr relations to llio United
Ktates nnd her iltfcnres ; all nbout the nrmles
nnd navies of all other nations and how they
will act In our ng.1t with Spain ; o\cr COO pages ;
magnlllccrt Illustrations , photographs , etc. ;
one agent sold 59 In one day ; others are mak
ing 12.00 to J39.no per dny ; most liberal terms
Ktinranteed , SO days' credit ; price low ; freight
paid ; handsome outfit free : fiend 12 2-cent
stamps to pay portage. Nal'l IMucntlonal
Union. J4 Dearborn St. , C'llcago. J M99I I4
AGENTS WANTED WE WANT ONE
shrewd , careful man In every town to nuke n
few thousand dollars for himself quietly at
home and not work hard ; private Infractions
and \aluable nutnt of new goods sent free.
Address Immediately , 1 . O. Box 6308. Boston ,
Mass. J-M292 14
WANTED TO HKXT.
WANTED-F1HST CLASS BOAIID FOR 11US
band nnd wife ; two bed rooms and slttlns
room required. Addters It 2 , Ilee. K M-C03
nv" PARTY LOCATINO PERMANENTLY IN
the city , n mod rn house In a Rood location.
P. O. llox ITS. K 2M 11
WANTED. TO RENT. 1JY QENTLEMAN. ONE
room furnished or unfurnished ; answer tinting
price and location. M 1 , Hee. 1C :8M4
PACIFIC STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE CO. ,
903-910 Jones general storage and forwarding.
, , M 673
O&I. VAN A'sibjlAOBi' 1511V4 FARN'M. TEL 1539
, M C74
WANTED TO IIUY.
WANTED. A IXAD ) OF MILLET HAY. SELI1Y.
321 Board of Trade. N M2S7 13
FOIl SAI.K FUHXITt'IlE.
TOR SALE , A FINE FOLDING BED WITH
wardrobe ; nlso oik bedroom set , almost new ;
only those wanting llr t-cHss article need np
ply ; forenoon only. 2037 Dodge st. O M223
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT HEASONAI1LE
price ; large blxch walnut desk and bookcase
combined , I2S.CO. 1329 South 26th St.
COMPLETE RESTAtlRANT OUTFIT AND
other line furniture cheap. 233S CumlnRS.
O &IW 18 *
KOK SALE IIOP3ES , WAOO > S , ETC.
NICE FAMILY HORSF. . HARNESS & CAR
llace ; also light single home's. 1310 Howard.
1 PAIR I1LACK MARES. 2.100 IMS. : 1 BLACK
ireldliiff , 1,200 llis. ; chnlte , surrey or family
horse. Stable 12th and Nicholas. P M236 14 *
FOIl SALK MISCKLLAXKOUS.
HOO AND POULTRY FENCE ; BETTER THAN
wire netting. Fine sawdust for floors. Tel. 43S.
901 Douglni. Q-673
[ IORSE CLIPPING MACHINES , KNIVES AND
repairs , all ftnnrtnrrl makes on hand ; grinding
razors , s'.ienr * , clippers ; prompt sen Ice. A. L.
URE PLYMOUTH ROCK EOGS FOR SET-
tlnss ; 60o ; roosters. Jl.OO. 932 North 26th.
Q 677 A-1C *
HICKEN. HOG AND LAWN FENCES ; ALL
wire ; Is be t. Wire Works , 14th nnd Homey.
BLACKHEADS AND WAHTS , HOW TO REmove -
move , 25o. Cyius Gray , 1' . O. box 94 , Ilen-
nett. Pa. Q-M134-A-15 *
FOU SALE , NEW STANDARD REMINGTON
Typewrllcr cheap. Inquire Ray C. Merrill , 1603
Farnani. Q-M301 14 *
FOR RENT , A BARK AT M02 OAS3 ST.
MASSAGE : , BATHS , KTC.
.AURA ELLISON. 119 K. 16TII O'PSTAIRS ) .
room 12 , Turko-Russlan and plain baths , mas
sage. T M310 A-19
MRS. DR. LEON , ELECTRIC MASSAGE BATH
parlors ; restful and curative. 417 S. llth , up-
salrs. T MS24 17
MME. AMES , MASSAGE AND BATHS. 1S23U
Howard St. " T-ttS-18 *
MME. SMITH. 118 N. 15TH ST. . STEAM AND
alcohol baths. T-ZJS-1S *
VIAVIFOR UTERtNE TROUBLES. 348 BET !
Bldf ; physician consultation or health book free.
CLOTHES CLEANED , PRESSED AND RE-
palrcd : day or night dress suits for hire.
Pantorlum , K. C. Cor. I4th and Farnam. Tel. 9C3
BATHS. MASSAGE. MME. POST. 219 % S. 1ST1I.
HORSES CUPPED-FOR ONE DOLLAR : ELEC-
trie clippers Tel. CC. McCormack & Baumley ,
14th nnd Howard. U S3)
MAGNETIC .TREATMENTS. CLAIRVOYANT.
fortune , lelllns. ,9-ll.jl-S , 8-10 , e\e. Mme. Long ,
1922 Cumlng. U-M'43 1C
MONEY T $ , | , OAK RKAb ESTATE.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES. THE
O F. Da\ls Co. , 1503 Farnam St. W C82
WANTED , CHOICE FARM AND CITY LOAN ! ) .
R. C. Peters & Co. , U. S. Nat'l Bank Bids.
MONEY LOANED ON IMPRO.VED HEAL ES-
tale In Omoha , Council Bluffs South Omaha.
W. H. ThomJis , 50J First Nat'l. Hank , Omuha.
PER CENT CITY AND FARM LOANS.
Gnrvln Bros , 1611 Farnam St. W 683
$100.000.00 SPECIAL FUND TO LOAN ON
first class Improved Omihn property , or for
building purposes Fidelity Trust company.
ANTHONY LOAN. & TRUST CO. , 31S N. Y. L.i
quick money nt low rates for choice farm lands
In Iowa. Northern Missouri , Eastern Nehiaska.
LOAN ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
property. W , Farnam Smith & Co. , U20 Farnam ,
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Urennan-Love Co. , 211 S. 16th.
PER CENT MONEY. HEM1S. PAXTON BLK
SIDNEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
110 TO 110,000 TO LOAN ON
HOU8EHOU ) FURNITURE AND PIANOS
HOHHES. WAGONS AND CARRIAGES ,
WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS. ETC ,
at lowest rate * In
Omaba , South Omaha and Council Bluffs.
No removal of goods ; strictly confidential ; yoi
can pay th loan oft at any time or In an )
amounts.OMAIIA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
348 South ICth St.
THH OLDEST. LARGEST AND ONLY INCOR
POUATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
MONEY LOANED 8ALARIED PEOPLE HOLD
Inc permanent petitions , with leiponitble con
rerns upon their nwn names , without security
easy payments. Totman. K , 70 * . N. V. U bids ;
TO GET IN OR OUT OF BUSINESS GO TO J
J. fllbson. 814 First Nafl Bank. Y 1
BETTEU THAN KLONDIKE ; PERSONS WITI
amall or tare * rsjaltal w4 htn to make Invest
meats that proraUe larjeri' turas afiould ad
dreu or call on L. W. TuMeys , Council Uluffs
Iowa. ' ' ' ' T-MMT AM
tT-l.COOBUSIJJKSa CABDfi NKATLY P1UNTKD
R , Q. Ilearsey , IWFfcrrlam at : ; 'phone , 2tMO.
Y-1BU M *
ro , . Aue. THO CMH.Y , no * FOUNUHV
" " 1 U rejain mmi unut h <
o oe , Otiiln. ' T-lMsW
( Continued. )
159 INVESTED ACTUALLY EARNINO 35 PER
cent weekly proms. Rare chance. No Marker
or Klondike scheme , t fe enterprise. Control
capllnl yourself. D , Sloane , 110 St. Pnul HI. ,
lUltlmorf , Mil. Y-M291 11 *
IX ) Y01T WANT CANDY STAND IN THE
Exp'wltlon Rivunds , with nice building ? See
Wnl h A Co.i lll N. Itlh Mrpet. .
10 OOOD PAYING IllIHTAUKANTrt AND
rooming houses. WalMi ft Co. , 119 N. Kill
( ) PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY ; BEST Lm'A-
tlon In city. Wnlsli te Co. , 1 N Kth atret-t
am POOL ROOM ; MUST HBI.L . BIO MNAI * .
Walsh A O ) . . 119 N. llh street , Y M1JJ 14 *
VARIOUS PIECES OF PROIVEHTY AND
forms In Nebraska to trade for merchandise.
Address 1 , 42 Ilee. . X MR1
roil SALK HKAL KSTATE.
KOUNT7.E PLACE BAROAINH. W.BOO. tj.73rt TO
H.500. J. J , Gltson , III Flnt Nat'l. Bank Bid * .
FOLLOWING DESIRABLE PROPERTY ; BUSI-
nesa lot corner. COxI50 ft. . In Ho. Omaha , pa\ed.
Business lot. 69x130 feet , Improved , South Omaha ,
street ptue-l. '
Tract (24 ( lots ) . 36th St.
Tract (20 ( lots ) , : oth St.
For parttculais apply 1012 Farnam 61.RE
NEW , MODERN K-ROOM COTTAGE , LAROF2
lof , } SO cash , balance lo suit. Address CJ M.
HOUSES , IXTS. FARMS , LANDS. LOANS ,
alee flre Inicurance. Bemls , Paxlon block.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR NICE HOME ?
Look at this house nnd barn detached , shade
trees , corner 28th nnd llurdelte ; very little
money needed. Call Morand , 1,19 Hnrney St.
BAROAINS : f..ROOM HOUSE. 902 SOUTH IOTH
St. , rental $180.00 per jinr ; price , $1,300.
C2xl32 feet on Cumlng street , pays 7 psr cent net
11 liouf-os nnd 1 store , rental , $643.00 per > enr ;
pr'c ? , $3.8CO.
44 feet front 3-storj" brick bulldlnp. near 14th nnd
Doiisla' , rental $2.100.00 per year ; price , $22.600.
J. N. Frenzer , Opp. old P , O. SC-M214
NORTHWEST CORNER EIGHTH AND LEAV-
enworth , 6x132 , two-slory brick building ; Rood
location for wholesale ; track to rear of lot ;
price , $13,000. Inquire of owner on premise * .
SHORTHAND AND TYPE WRITING.
A. C. VAN RANT'S SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
nnd Typewriting. 717 N. Y. Life , offers the fol
lowing advantages ; Individual Instructions by
experienced tcncherx nnd skillful stenographers ;
up-to-date methods ; touch system of tjneTvrU-
Ing If preferred ; participation In actual work ,
for which students receive pay ; monthly piy-
AT OMAHA BUS. COLLEGE. ICTH & DOUGI.AS
SHORT-HAND , UP-TO-DATE. TAUGHT BY
court reporters. Boyles' School , 403-3-7 Bee bldg
LADIES ! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYroyal -
royal Pills ( Diamond brand ) are the nest. Safe ,
reliable. Takeno other. Send 4o stamps for
particulars , "Relief for Lndlep , " In letter by
return mall. At druggists. CMche-Uer
Chemlca ) Co. , Philadelphia , Pa. Mention Bee ,
LOST-BLACK POCKLTUOOK. BETWEEN
People' * Furniture nnd Carpet Co. nnd Boston
Store. Valuable papers and money. Reward
for return to 2T03 Farnnm. Lost 203 13
FOR SALE. LADIES' 1S97 WHEEL , FIRST
class condition , $20 cosh. Address M 20. Bee.
M2S9 14 *
VE SOLICIT AND FURNISH POSITIONS FOR
stenographers free. Tli Smith-Premier Tvuc-
writer Co. Telephone , 1184. i04
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
D. B. HOUCK. JUSTICE Or THE PEACE. 3 < ia
Karbach black. 9 S
I. B. WALKIN , 2111 CUMING. TEL. 1331.
HOTELS FOR .RENT.
BUILDING. SUITABLE FOR HOTEL , TO
rooms and large atom room ; central location.
Bemls. Paxton Blk. TO !
MAROWITZ LOANS MONEY. 41S N.
ERMANENT SIDEWALKS AND FANCY
driveways. G. Rushart , 214 X. 16th : 'phone 1195.
M8IO M4 *
'YPEWRITERS FOR RENT $1,00 PER MONTH
The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co. , 1623 Far
nam St. ; Telephone 11S4. TOT
.IFE INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT FOR
cash. Richard Herzfeld , 1TI LoSajle St. , CM-
cago. M210 AIT
EXPOSITION FRONTAGES FOR RENT.
GROUND LEASF.8 FRONTING EXPOSITION.
Bemls. Paxton Bile. TO !
DRESSMAKING , FAMILIES. 1504 DAVP-T.
M9S2 M6 *
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
AND TUANSPOHTATlON.-Department of
I ho Interior , Ofllco of Indian Affairs. Wash
ington , D. C. , March 30 , 189S. Sealed pro
posals will bo received by the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs , at 1G02 State street , Chi
cago. III. , until 1 o'clock p. m. , Wednesday ,
April 27 , 1R9S , for furnishing for the Indian
Service beef , flour , bacon nnd ot'ner articles
of subsistence ; agricultural Implements ,
wagons , harness , hardware * medical and
other supplies ; also bids for the transporta
tion of such of the articles , goods and sup
plies as may not bo contracted for to be
delivered at the agencies. Sealed proposals
will also be received at Nos. T7-79 Wooater
street , New York City , until 1 o'clock p.
m. , of Tuesday , May IT , 1S9S , for furnish
ing for the Indian Service coffee , sugar ,
tea , rice , baking powder , soap , groceries ,
blankets , woolen and cotton goods , clothing ,
notions , hatn and caps , boots and shoes ,
crockery and sc'nool books. Bids must be
made on Government blanks. Schedules
giving all necessary Information for bid
ders will be furnished on application at the
Indian Office , Washington , D. C. ; Nos. 77-
T9 Wooster street. New York City ; No. 1602
State street , Chicago. III. : the Commis
saries of Subsistence , U. S. A. , at Cheyenne.
Leiivcnworth , Omaha , St. Louis , St. Paul
and San Francisco ; the postmasters at
Sioux City. Yankton , Arkansas City. CalJ-
wcll , Topekii , WlcVilta and Tucson. Bids
will be opened at the Yiour and days above
tated , and bidders arc Invited to be present
at the opening. W. A. JONES , Commis
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Office Su
pervising Architect , Waihlngton. D. C. ,
April 8. 1S38.-8EAI.EU PROPOSALS Will
be received at this office until Z o'clock
p. m. on the 6th day of May , 1893 , and
opened Immediately thereafter , for all the
labor and materials required for furnishing
plaster modeta anl carving granite In ac
cordance therewith , for the U. 8. Court
House , Custom House and Postofflce build
ing at OMAHA. NEBRASKA. In accord
ance with the drawings and specifications ,
copies of which may be had at this office
or the office of the Superintendent at
Omaha , Nebraska. James Knox Taylor ,
Supervising Architect. aI26tEOD
( Should be read DAILY by all Interested ,
as changes may occur at any time. )
Foreign malls for foe week ending April IS ,
ms , will close ( promptly In all caes ) at the
general postoftlce as follows : PARCELS
POST MAILS close one hour earlier than
closing time shown below.
BATURDAV-At 6:30 : a. tn. for GERMANY ,
Ber s. . Sanle * . via Bremen ( letter * for
ether part * of Europe , via Cbccto
Bfcmeti , must ; be directed ' . > * M
at JO a. w. for FRANC- .
X.AND. ifAi/r , SPAIN. T
TURRET , TOYPT and BRITWR INDIA
( Continued , )
per , s , Ii Cl.iacoi.ne * , via Havre ! at :30 :
n , m. for KUROPK. per s. 8. Ktrurla * .
via QitcenMown ( totters for Germany ,
France. Switzerland , Italy , Spnln. Portu
gal. Turkey. Kgypt and Urltlsh India must
tin iV.rcrtcd "prr Btrurla" ) ; nt 8 a. m. for
NETHERLANDS direct , per . . Obdam.
via Rotterdam ( Icttora must be directed -
"per Obdam" ) ; nt 8 a. m. for ITALY , per
B. n. Alter , via Naples ( letters must bo
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General Offices-Netraika D | .
Mslon. Fifteenth and Webster
Streets. City Ticket Office.
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Fifteenth and Webster Streets. Tele-
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Illalr. Kmersin , Bloux
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ors" ! ! ' ' -.ucnKer . " 6:19 : pm " 1:41 : am
, DalJi' l.Dally.e * Pt Sunday. Sunday
only. " This train stops at stations Florence
to South Blair , Inclusive , Sunday * only : on week
days. South Blair only.
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issouri Vallnr JlwayOen.
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SIOUX CITT & PACIFIC RAIL ,
road Oenera ! Offices. United
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. _ , . . . 1401 Farnam Street. Telephone
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CHICAQO , MILWAUKEB e n
i eAl lUliwar-CHy Tleke
W4 Fanwaa Street
IN. Depot Ttmt
< iaATKH OP .MOWJIT COXSTAMCK.
Extinct Volrnitn on * Jamntlt of iftp
Perhaps ] for the first time a white nun das
tut tocoJ hla foot In tbo extinct crater
of Mount Constance In the Olympic range of
mountains. The pMeo hus Interest outoldo
of the geographical because of Ita Importance
n the cu.itoms of the Slwaah Indiana. The
uldo who took ttoo writer thither was an
old Indian known an Slwagh Joe.
One evening list January , relate * a eorro-
ppndtnt of the Now Tork Sun , a party of.
luntera were sitting before a camp fire spin
ning yarns , and finally the writer told about
n liMcceaalble place on Mount Constance ,
which la the "mother" of tke Olympic range ,
ilwash Joe waa the guide on the hunt , and
bat night ho Mt before the big log flre ,
wrapped In a borrowed blanket , apparently
tat asleco. Not a word or grunt did be
utter. But ho wai wide awake.
About a week after the hunt he came to
my houie and asked permission to stay all
night. He waA welcomed , and after supper ,
alttlng by the open flre , b all at once raid :
"You hunt gold last summer ? No find
ilsiT No get to ptace on big mountain ? You
KO me I show you ; show you gold ; ahovr
vou where Black Tamanalpau lived before
jaleface come. I cbow you many things ; no
body else' go ! "
t o ! ced him many question , for I very
nuch desired to go If the trip were possible.
Pbough laconic , ho was positive , and I finally
told him wo would ga as soon 03 I could
make arrangement * to get away , which was
two weeks ago. We took nothing but flour
and salt for food , knowing we ohoutd have
nxny difficulties to encounter , and besides wo
were going to the home of the mountain elk
and where deer and bears and pheasants
abound. During the eight days of our absence
wo killed many food aijlmals , and , lo mere
senses than one , lived high.
After three days of most severe mountain
climbing wo arrived at the foot of Mount
Constance , and all the distance It Is up
and down precipitous foothills. Here wo
cached our snoushocs and a few other super
fluities , unrolled our rope , and began the
ascent , going up the west side , which Is
scaiEthlng I have never heard of any one's
doing , all having hitherto tried the cast and
south. Before going far we came upon a
distinct , tbough hard , trail , and this , Joe
said , was where the Indians used to travel.
It took us two daya to reach our destination
days of danger and of toll.
Hero U a vast amphitheater , embracing
more than fifty acres , on a level spot. Sur
rounding It Is a high , square tone wall of
nature's forming , and at the four corners
are great pillars of stone , rough and un
hewn , but rising high In the air. Innldo Is
an Indescribable Jumble of boulders and lava ,
while In the center Is a spot , maybe an acre
In extent , clear of everything but the lava ,
which shows the eastward glow. Tbe am
ohlthoatcr Is the extinct crater of the Olym
pics. In frccit of the crater Is a terrace ,
covered tn summer with grasses and flowers ,
and through It runs a rivulet of pure water
from Q spring on the northern aide. From
this point wo could nee , with a glass , the
cities of the Sound , Tacoma , Seattle , Everett ,
Townsend. and In Ifio distance Whatcom and
Belllngham Day , while en all the water we
could frequently see steamers and sailing ves
sels As we stood and looked a noteo at thn
rear disturbed the silence , and , turning , we
saw a mcastcr cougar standing with his tal
owltchtng and eyes blazing. I tried to shoot
him , but the Indian held my arm the cougar
was sacced lo Slwash Joe.
We pitched our tent on the terrace , bull
a rousing big flre and ate a plentiful supper
ot the ham of a mountain elk and flipjackr
\Yftcn the meal was over Sino > ih Joe told
stories about the crater.
"I came here , fust itlme , when llttl boy ,
very llttl boy , " he said , "many years before ,
long before the white men hail come to live
In the country ; all Indian hid came to this
place. In those times the 'Black ' Tamaralpau
lived here and then In hU temple Inside
there were no rocks or atones , Ji-at only the
rxnooth lava. There were many tepees on the
plain In front , and hero lived the medicine
men , and the chiefs when they came up to
the holy place. Here , lee , the sick were
brought , and cured , and In a tepee the boys
who came alone would sleep. The girls never
came till ithey were ? old woman no need nnd
a god ! When a boy became S or 9 years old
he was brought by his parents to the foot of
the trail we came up , and there , early In the
morning , ho war started alone to find hU god.
He must climb to the temple the tepee of
atones and there he would learn hla deity.
The boy would come , enter the temple , go to
the center , turn his face toward the east , and
a voice would ppcak > to him , telling him to be
bravo , manly ; to learn 'the ' art of hunting and
fishing , and -when he reached manhood to
keep ' his wigwam full tp plenty. And
then he would bo told to go , and 'the first
wild animal you ace Is the spirit of your
god never kljl one of ks kind ! ' Me ? I
came cut and started down the trail and eaw
a cougar , such a big- cougar no one ever did
uee , and he stood and looked- me and
came toward me , and I ran back and a
medicine man told me It wia my god , and I
never have killed a cougar ! "
This , I have since been told. Is still the
Slwaoh custom. The boy U now sent Into
> the woods , to remain three daya without
food , and on his return the first animal or
bird ho sees Is his god , and ho never kills or
hurtn any of the apocies.
"One time , many yeats ago , " continued
Joe , "many Indlara wme hero for a pow-
wqw. I was with them. We got to the foot
of th mountain when the aky became
cloudy , and in a few moments there were
dreadful noise ? , and the earth shook , and the
sun came out ot the clouds like a ball of flre.
Wo were very much afraid and pushed up the
trail quickly , but when we got hero we fouud
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD
General Oiflcei and Ticket
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Kansai i and Nebraska
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Dalljf. Dally except Suntnj- .
UNION PACIFIC "THE OVERland -
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U. Corner Ninth and Farnam
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Faniara Street , Telephone 515.
Deiiot , Tenth and iliton Streets.
The Overland Limited"
for Denver , Salt Lake ,
western points . 8aO : ara 4:45 : pm
T.1 Colorado Special.
for Denver and nil
Colorado points . 11:03 pra 7:00 am
Fast mall train for
Salt J.ilte. I'acino
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Lincoln. Beatrice and
BtrMniburg Express . . 5:00 : pm * * UtO : pm
Fremont. Columbus ,
Norfolk , Grand It-
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Dally. Dally ezcept Sunder"
Council Bluffs Local Leaves. 4:4/1 : / a. m. ; : M
a. m. ; 7:40 : a. in. ; 8:40 : a. m. ; 10.0 a , in ; 1:15 :
P. m. ; 4:35 r > . m ; 5:15 : p. m ; :20 : p. m. ; l'OJ ;
p. m. Arrives , 6:20 : a. in , ; 70 : a , m. : 8:55 : a.
m. : 11:20 : a , m ; 3:10 : p. m. ; s:4u : p , ic. ; 6:30 : p m :
1:05 D. m. : 10:45 : p , m.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND &
Paclflo Rallrnad-"Tbe Great
Rock Island Route" city
Ticket Office. IKJ Farnam
Btreot. Telephone 42 . Depot.
Tenth and Mason Streets.
Cblcaco 04 Bt. P ul
Vesttbuled Express . . 4 : pm 1:45 : pm
Lincoln. Colotado Ep B j
Puueblo. D n\er n < l
t . , . 1'5J pm 4S : pro
Chlcjvgo , D s Molnee A
Rock Island . " . pm lit ! ore
Atlantla Kxpre . for
Dee Uolnts n-t east-
* rn points . " , : TOi > m sW : pro
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Daily T > | lr exeenl iunnay.
o i"Hll Farnam Street. Tele
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OMAHA * BT. LOUIB RAILROAD
Omaha. Kmsee City * K t-
ra Railroad 'The Port Artiiur
Route" Ticket Ofllce. 1411 Farnam
Street. Telephone. 18. Depot.
Temtb ana Mtfoa Btreete. Tel-
Lk ve. Arrive.
.7O ; am
ntonr-s and rocks In the tptnplo , name as It
now , anil no voice wait thorp anil lllnrk
Tmmonal [ > au waa gonol Ah , how frail wo
were ! Wo c mo buck nnil went to the whlto
man , Rave him floh and meat , ami then no
founa the nrrot IDIack Tnmanalpau In the
"Then mcdklno men cam * with | > ale faces ,
with gowns on- like the whlto women , anil
wo were taught to bo Catholics. Then more
irleats came who taught us to bo Protestants.
Then Indian John Slecnm came , and ho
taught us to bo Shakers. But wo no go * any
more religion wo Juat getting to bo like the
whlto man. "
The next morning we started back homo.
3Id Joe had told me he knew where there
vas gold In plenty , but he had nilireprcpontcd
.ho facte. He had an Intense longlaii to go
jack to his old temple , poitlbly with a v. gue
do that Black Tamanalpau would liwe re
turned , and the rtory about the gold was
designed to make mo take htm.
HOW IIB M > ST IT.
\Vnllncp Rrimillntril for
< ! ! ! Faith In. Inventor Morn * .
Dr. Oatllng , the gun man , Is a. relative of
General Lew Wallace , and tells the following
etorr about the latler'a father ;
"David Wallace was a member of con'
crew from an Indian * district * faen S. F.
B. Morse asked the government to give him
140,000 for the purpose of building the first
telegraph line from Baltimore to Washing
ton. Wallace was a member of the com
mittee to which the bill providing for the
appropriation was referred , and It happened ,
when the matter came up for consideration ,
that ho was abacnt. The vote In committee
was a tie. and so Wallace was sent for. He
voted to slvo the Inventor the $40,000 , and
accordingly ( do bill went through.
"Thla happened along toward the end ef
Wallace's terra , and when ho went homo to
itrlvo for re-clecllco ho found that the news
concerning hli action on tho.Mor . o tclc-
Kraph appropriation bill had preceded him.
A man named WIIIMm Ilrown , who afior-
warda bccamtt prominent In congress , , h il
hem nominated by Uio dpmocrof/i , and lie
wn conductinR a vigorous ( yimpalgn.
"In IdoBo < Mva joint atumplnR tourn wcro
customary. nrt < hc two candidates wcnk
from place to ptace through the district , V
asking for the votes of the people. Drown'a
pKitform corwlitcd of cwly one pltnk. That
was the criminal record of hla opponent.
"Ho would got up before a crowd of vot-
ori and aak them If they had heard how
Wallace had voted to live $40.000 of th
public's mcncy to a man who proposed !
tranrtnll mcturaRca by means of a wire be *
tween Baltimore and Washington. Ttio rl
dlculouaneas of wich a thing waii 10 app r
cm that Wallace's action could not be con
sidered aj a mere mistake. It was clearly5
n outrage upon the people a dcllbcrato
" 'You m y not believe. ' Brown was In lh
habit of concludltiK. 'that any man Vlth l
park of common icnac would vote away
the public fundn for the furtherance of eubh
a chimerical scheme , but the gentleman Is
hero before you. Ask htm It I have told lb
truth or not. and tot him explain his action
If ho can. '
"Wallace , of course , admitted that ho hafl
voted away the money , and he tried to ex
plain what Moreo proposed to do , but It WM
all In vain , Hla constituents made up their
minds that he wa.1 cither a fool or some
thing worse , and ho was , therefore , snowed
under at the polls.
"It Is gratifying to know that Wallace
lived to see the telegraph established as an
Important factor In civilization , but I sup
pose there arc people In that district who
still think ho was a fool and that ho de-
rervod defeat. "
Arnold's Uromo Celery cures headache * .
lOc , 25c and 50c. All druggists.
MOKE HEtiGA III.Y
From Fun , I
Mrs. Skinflint Hero Is a ha'penny for you , my mun ; and pray tell me how
you came to ho so miserably poor.
Mendicant Ah , mum ! I was like you too fond of plvln' Jaruo sunis of'
money to the poor.
A NOT UXtlSU XL UUMA.YU.
"Say , guv'nor , give us a light from yer cigar ! " ( Poor Cbolly has ndt-'coin-
pletely recovered from the awful shoe k even yet.J
NICELY TUH.M2D. *
Ho Who U that disreputable , ugly old fellow there ?
She ( haughtily ) That , sir , Is my husband !
He ( coolly ) How true U Is that homely mcu always secure the hand- )
sotnost wives I '
< ! ! )
! ! . .
"Don't , jBnp uon't atop 'em ! They're deciding a bet ! "
Wttle CleWMce "Man is * fcU bMt In winteriei't h * , PrT.
Mr. V Ut"Y * . thwrc M o ttw OB bin
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