Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 07, 1902, Page 9, Image 9

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AJTE-.IALB HELP.
GOOD nwngpri wanted; Increased pay.
A. L. T. Co., 212 Sou 111 12th. U-al
$5 FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you live In the country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance
among the fanner and stork raisers In
the neighborhood you can make o easily
by four or live houir work. Write ua
tid we will nnd your our proposition.
1 he lite Publishing Co., Bolicllora' Dept.,
Omaha, Neb. H
A'A.nTED, a good man In every county to
take subscriptions for The Twentieth Cen
tury Farmer, our ag-nta make good
wages everywhere Iieterrn.es required.
Addrea Twentieth Century Farmer,
Omaha, Neb. it 6U
THP.KK or f jur good men wanted; lino per
month. Call 67 fax ton Mock. B SSlil
PTA NTKD, salesmen to solicit order on a
new propoaltlon by which you can eirn
i to to a day; yujng men from 22 to 2tt
oenlrrci, who are hustlers and well recom
mended. Koom Omaha Bee llldg.
U Mwi9
WANTED, a gentleman desires to take
private lcsione In French two evening
each week. Mutt call at my residence.
Address, atatlng method of teaching, X
41. Bee. B Ma70
3. R. RATH BUN give private lessons In
bookkeeping. Room 16, Commercial Na
tional bank. B 293
WANTED, deserving young lady or gentle
man to take life scholarship In Omaha'
beat business and shorthand college and
pay for It when course Is finished and
position secured. Address Y 67, Bee.
B SX9
WaNTED. men to learn barber trade; only
eight week required; special Inducements
until May IS; positions guaranteed; wages
Saturdays; scholarship, board and tools
to applicant from distance. Call or write
Mo'.er Barber College, lt23 Farnam st.
B-M46 t
I OOK KEEPER and collection man wanted
at once; must be accurate and experi
enced. 2 M, Bee. U M724 8
(V ANTED, salesman; thorough experienced
salesman to sell a line of premium adver
tising goods In small towns In Nebraska;
must be a bustler; salaried position: state
experience. Z W, Bee. B M721 "
frVANTED. canvassers to ell the New Cen
tury lawn sprinkler; best seller on the
market; agents make $10 or more dallv;
send 12 for sample outfit and circular
matter; references, Dun or Bradstreet,
The Yost-Miller Co., Toledo, O.
B M720 20
WANTED,- young man to team wholesale
stationery business; steady employment
to right man. Address Z 67, Bee.
B-M713 8
fc'ANTED, an experienced shoe salesman.
Apply at once. The Rochester Shoe Co.,
1615 Douglas St. B 726 8
tVANTED, everywhere, hustlers to tack
signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing: good pay. Sun Advertis
ing Bureau, Chicago. B M738 7
IRE you dissatisfied with your work? Our
free booklet, "Are Your Hands Tied?"
tells how we have qualified thousands In
spare Urns for salaried positions In mora
congenial and profitable lines of work.
Write International Correspondence
Schools, box l(i8, Scranton. Pa., or call
day or evening- at Omaha office. 637 Pax
ton block. B M737 7
t AGENTS to solicit, one to collect, for
city end outside town. Address Z 41,
Bee. B-M746 J
WANTED, for fall business, traveling
salesman acquainted with country and
retail store to sell on commission blank
eta and dry goods; attractive side line.
Bryn Mawr Mills, Philadelphia, Pa.
B M741 7
ITOVE repairers wanted, thoroughly prac
tical mnn with experience on repairing
stoves of any kind, gasoline included; will
pay good wages to steady man; reply
with references. Oreat Western Stove
Repair Co., 312 Henn. ave., Minneapolis,
Minn. B M740 7
SALESMEN WAITED.
WANTED, salesmen everywhere, salary or
commission, paid weekly, to solicit orders
In towns, village and rural districts;
permanent; outnt freo. Brown Bro. Co.,
Rochester, N. Y. M718 12
WANTED, cigar salesman; salary $1.2(0
year and expenses; references and bond
required; only experienced need apply;
must have an established Jobbing; trade In
Nebraska. Lagora Fee Co., Detroit. Mich.
M744 7
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn halrdresslng, manicuring and chi
ropody ard sclentlno massage. Call or
write Room 220, Be Bldg. C 294
100 Olrls. Call Canadian office, 15th & Dodge.
CUtt
WANTED, deserving young lady or gentle
man to take life scholarship In Omaha's
beat business and shorthand college and
pay for It when course la finished and
, iioaltion secured. Address A 1, Bee.
C 890
WANTED, a teacher to Instruct th
French language to a claaa of three,
twice a week; state term. Address
Z 14, Bee. C M424
WANTED, ladles to learn halrdrenslng,
manicuring and facial massage: only four
weeks required; loin now and complete
for summer resort work; also many posi
tions waiting in city establishments. Call
, or write Moler College, lail Farnam st.
C M4S6 8
DRESSMAKERS wanted. 1020 Douglas.
C-641
WANTED, first-class cook at one: wage
$ai per month. Apply to Mrs. Geo. A,
Joslyn, S902 Davenport st . G M62
WANTED, good cook. 1120 Park Are.
C-7S0 8
GIRL, to assist In housework. 49(4 Chics if o.
C M746 9
WsNTHD. competent girl for general
housework; small family; good wages.
1117 . KHh ave. C M?J8 t
SALESMEN WANTED.
SALESMEN wanted for full line of fruit
and ornamental trees; pay weakly; outfit
- free. Lawrenc Nursery Company, Law
ranee, Kan. ess Jit
WE HAVE a number of agencies In Ne
braska and western Iowa where we use
food men selling our . Standard Stock
ood to farmers and feeders; they must
have teams and give full time to the
business; they must be men of hlh
standing, have some knowledge of live
stock and good business ability; we fur
Men wagons for such men and offer ex
ceptional Inducements to permanent sales
men: bond required; send for application
blank. The F. E. Sanborn Company,
viumu. nfo. Ski Uii SImS
fUH RENT HOI SES.
VANS and baggage wagon. Tel. 1196.
D 296
FOR RENT, 7-roora house. 22d and Cali
fornia Bis., all modern, in good repair,
large yard, lnqulr at W7 N. T. Life
building. D 7
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; offlo Farnam. or Tela. 1569-imS.
D If
HDI 1C,F2 In all parts of city. The O.
1IUUJCJ F. Davis Co., 651 Bee Bldg.
10-ROOM house, with basement, 28th and
Jackson, U6.U); good location. O. K.
Turklngton. Be. D MM1
FOR RENT, l-roea, modern, detached
house, newly painted and papered. iM
26a Capitol Ave. Tel. 671. B. IL llobleoii,
D Misi
UOCSEaV teres, Besala, Pastes block.
FOR REST HOI SES.
HOUSES and flats. Rlngwslt, Barker biork
D 301
SEE PATNE. ROSTWICK CO. for choir
houses. SW-2 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 10)6.
D-4C
I'NEQUAt.ED, central, modern 4 and 6
rom fists. Tliard, Z30 N. 23d St. D 190
HOl'PES, etc. F. D. Weed, 15:4 Pou;1a.
I) iH
VERY fine 10-room stone front residence,
41S N. 2f.th St.; hot water heat, two
blocks north and two wet of High school,
on Harney street car line; keys one door
south. II. T. Clarke, 2"J Ramge block.
D M4n8
FOR RENT, 6-rnom house, on hill, near
Union depot. 1118 So. th St.
D-850 7
VERY deslrahle 7-room rottase. with mod
ern convenience. 1064 Georgia Ave., Im'
mediate possesion; references required.
Inquire W. C. Ooss, li&3 Park Ave.
D 804
CHA8. E. WILLIAMSON, 120S Farnam 8t.
D 181
1530 8. 2CT1I , modern 8-room house, $:J.
D MISR t
Maggard V. A S. Co., 1713 Webster. Tel HM.
D304
FOR RENT.
DESIRABLE OFFICE.
First flooi Board of Trade Bldg.; good
light; 16th St frontage; $75 per month.
HOUSES.
Furnished house of 11 rooms for summer
months. House modern In every way and
choice location.
Flat. 6 rooms, 1433 South ICth St.; de
tached; $15.
STOPE ROOM.
14X1 South 16th St., on main car line be
tween Omaha and South Omaha, $10.
OKUKOE & COMPANY, lSul Farnam St.
1) 6i7
THREE rooms and alcove, - furnished or
unfurnished, being entire floor in modern
brick; all conveniences. Inquire 116 8.
25th St. D M733 8
FOR REST FIRMSIIED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
E
BEAUTIFUL rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, for light housekeeping, modern,
large lawn, private family. 2v23 Burt St,
E 487
FURNISHED rooms, ail modern. 320 N.
15th Si. E 539 M18
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In the
city. 19ul Capitol Ave. L M&3S
LARGE, also smaller room. 808 N. 19th St.
rj 100
TWO housekeeping rooms, $8. 2623 St.
Mary's. E M214 M36
TWO well furnished south rooms. 2015
Douglas. F M272
FRONT room, modern, $8. 1717 Webster.
E 474 Junel
FOR - RENT, a nlc large furnished front
room, with alcove. 701 S. 26th at.
E M476
TWO rooms for gentlemen; private fam
ily; rent moderate; good location; clos
In. Z 42, Bee. E 619 6
FURNISHED rooms for light housekeep
ing. 2601 Dodge. E 640 6
NICELY furnished room, modern. 2580
xmrney si. ii, MiUS 11
THE LANGE HOTEL 604 8. 13th St.
XL Al IKu Q
rlBMSHklt) ROOMS AND BOARD.
DESIRABLE suite of rooms, first floor,
unfurnished, May 1. Th Pratt. 212 8.
2uth St. F 902 M6
ROOMS "The Farnam," 19th and Farnam.
F-309
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney, rooms with board.
F 464 MID
FRONT room and board. 1922 California.
F 170 H it
NICE rooms with good board; reasonable;
oain. gas, eiecina ngni ana teiepnone.
u in. z&m. r Alz-SJ
FRONT room, with alcove and 'board, In
private family, at 1126 S, 80th Ave., all
modern conveniences. F 472 11
Merrlam, comfortable summer home.' Tel. 85.
, F 306
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, $5 per month, ground
floor room In The Bee building, facing
Farnam street; no expense for light, heat
of janitor service. K. C. Peters ft Co.,
Rental Agents, Be building. O lit
SUITE of rooms, modern, housekeeping.
618 Georgia Ave. G M&51
FOR RENT STORKS AND OFFICE.
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 916 Farnam St. It has
(our stories and a basement which was
formerly used ss The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Be building.
1-261
FOR RENT, store In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peters &
Co., ground floor. Be Bldg. 1266
LARGE room In th Paxton block to let,
suitable for lodge purposes. Apply room
635. Paxton block, or W. FARNAM
SMITH ft CO. I-UO
BTORE ROOM, 701 S. 16th. R. C. Peters ft
Co.. Main Floor, Be Bldg. 1118
FOR RENT, desk room or large spec
suitable for merchandise broker or party
doing business in wholesale district. In
quire Hen ft Co., 916 Farnam St.
I-M284
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED, canvassing agnt in every
county to solicit subacriptlons to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER;
steady employment with assured good
income; agent In the country with
horse and buagy especially desired; can
vassers make easily $60 to $100 per month.
Address Century Farmer Solicitors'
Bureau, Be building, Omaha. Ill
AT ONCE, a good, reliable agent making
all branches of C, 41. ft Q. in southern
Nebrsaka to take a good side line on
commission. Address Y 19, Bee.
J M4J0 M16"
AGENTS, writ now for free sample of
work and terms, Star Harness Mender;
best SS seller out. W make other qulck
selling necessities. Columbia Nov. Mfg.
Co., St. Louis, Mo. J 675 7
AGENT (4 wanted, with hone and wagon,
to make $36 weekly selling to farmers a
household necessity that they are glad to
buy; clean, pleasant, profitable employ,
ment; particulars free. Address Mercan
tile Syndicate, Dept. J, Kansas City. Mo.
J-M736 13
.WANTED TO RENT.
TWO rooms, partly furnished, and board
for gentleman and wife from July 1 or
earlier; location preferred on high ground
In good neighborhood. West Farnam st,
district. Address, giving particulars, Z 66,
Be.' K M721 8
WANTED, room and board for man and
wife within 6 blocks of poatomce; private
family, near High school, preferred. Z
&, Bee. K-731 7
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED, good secondhand furniture;
highest prices paid. Enterprise Furniture
Co., lul fi. 14th. Tel. 2296. N sal M9
WANTED to buy. lot In Bemls Park on
easy terms; must be a bargain. Addrets
Z 61, Bee. N 7i 7
WOULD lif e to buy water spaniel
Address Z M. Bee. N M7
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
CHICAOO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. TeL
V New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. O (11
WITH every $10 sal w will give FREE a
beautiful oil painting. We hav a com
plete line of house furnlahlnga. new and
secondhand; prices right. Enterprise j-ur.
ratur Co., lOj-4 8. 14th. Tel. 226.
O 983 Ml
PARTIES leaving city will sail household
goods. Call Monday. Tuesday and
Weui eaday of tills week. 2614 Sherman
Ave., over store. O oil
f . .
ATTORNEYS.
MACFARLAND ft MAT, SO M. T. Life.
IN MJJ
TIIE OMAHA DA1LT llEEi WKDN EST)
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGOS, ETC.
FOR SALE, buggies, phaetons, carriages,
runabouts, new and secondhand, at cut
prices Repairing and trimming; also put
on rubber tire. I'felffer, 27th and l-ar-enworth
Bts. P 8SS MC4
PAINTING and repairs on wagons, etc.,
our specialty. H. Frost, 14th and Iav
enworth. Tel. 1447. P 311
SEVERAL fine driving horses. Wslter
Phelps, room D, N. Y. Life bldg.
P-M404
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
2DHAND safe cheap. Schwarts, 114 B. 13th.
FLESCHER sells bicycles. 163 Capitol Ave.
W 318
WIRE fence for poultry, hog. lawn and
yard, hitch posts, tree guards. Wire
Works, 617 8. 16th St. Tel. 1590.
Q-M972 July
100 STYLES trusses: catalogue free. Sher
man ft McConnell Drug Co., 16th and
Dodge. Omaha. Q. 314
2DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1111 Farnam.
U 316
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to any
other musical Instrument; $o up. Th
Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam. y 316
INDIAN goods and relic. Ill Farnem.
Wllf
FOR SALE, scholarship In an Omaha
shorthand school, chesp. Inquire 232 Hee
UMg- Q-M968
STAMP photos, lo each. Velox, 13 ft Far m.
871 M23
FIR timbers for house movers, etc., 40 to 71
feet; cribbing and hog fence. 901 Douglas.
y 3ii
BICYCLES and phonographs on esy psy
ments $5 down. $1.60 per week; 2dhand
wheels, $6, $8 and $10: new wheels, $15.
Omaha Bicycle Co, 16th and Chicago Sts.
Q-M320
TYPEWRITERS, latest Remington, Smith
Premier, Densmore, replaced by THE
UNDERWOOD; low price. Rentals, $J.W
J?.4 pe' month A. II. Workman & Co.,
ltJ7 Farnam. 'Phone 2419. y M532
SEABROOKE Wall paper. 4"8 N. 16th St.
y-M879 M24
SAM L BURNS for gas fixtures.
Q-M845 M23
STERKOPTICANS and moving picture
machines. B. F. Wurn, 1408 Farnam St.
Q-414 M30
CLOSING out household goods and stoves
cheap. 1314 Dodge St. y M483 Jl
SECONDHAND billiard and pool table
billiard tables repaired; a large stock of
cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc.
The Brunswick, Balke, Collender Co.,
407- So. 10th. y 616
FOR SALE, Belgian Hares. A. A. Hert
sler, Plattsmoiith, Neb. Q 729 6
CLAIRVOYANTS.
PROF. LEAHIE PARLORS, 1619 DODGE
Clairvoyant and Palmist
tells you all you want to know, .every
hope, fear and wish of your life, faults,
quality, capability, trade or profession
you are best suited for; lortunate ond
unfortunate periods of life; breaks evil
influence; how to win the one you love,
conquer enemies, restore lost affections;
advice on business, health, marriage,
divorce, etc. Hours, 9 to 9. 8 M698 Jl
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass Bt.
8 821
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist. 316 S. 15.
B-329
ELECTRIC TREATMENT.
MME. SMITH, bath, 118 N.15, 2d floor R. 2.
T 728-J5
MME. AMES, vapor bath, 124 N. 15th, r. 7.
T-M317 Ml)
PERSONAL.
Mlddlemlss, wall paper cleaner. Tel. 1739.
. U M742 J7
DR. ROY, chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. R. 12,
Frenser block. U 123
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con
finement; babies adopted. 2306 Grant St
Mr. Gardels. Tel F-1182. V 324
FLESCHER will fix your bicycle right.
U-825
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring and chiro
pody, for ladle only, In connection with
The Bathery, 216-120 Be Bldg. U 126
RUPTURE permanently cured In 80 to 60
day; (end for circular. O. S. Wood. M
D 621 New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb!
U-327
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and
quickest. Mrs. A. C. Msrk, 17 ft Douglas
U-128 '
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Doug.
las.
u i
CHIROPODY a specialty, In connection
with The Bathery, rooms 116-220 Bee Bldar.
Tel. 1716. U 33u
SHAMPOOING and halrdresslng, 25c, in
connection' with The Bathery, 216-220 Bee
building. Tel. 1716. U 331
NEW OPPORTUNITY for ladies em-
Sloyed: call and Investigate. lbo7 Douglas,
.oora L U-M777 M21
BABY girl and boy for adoption, 1 month
old. 2620 Burdetta St, U 471 8
M. H. NASH Your deal with Ed has been
fixed. Com home. C. A. M. U 520 lo
GO TO th Goldman Pleating Co. for all
kinds of pleating. Their new machinery
enables them to do better, cheaper
quicker work than ver before. 200 Doug
las block. U M331
V1AVA, woman's way to health. Horn
treatment Booklet free. 846 Bee Bldg .
Omaha. U 334
ELITE PARLORS, 616 S. 16th St., 2d floor.
U-927 M7
EARN $1 per day; dresscuttlng by ma
chine. 1607 Douglas. Room 1.
' U-M777 M21
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, r. 2.
U-M471 M16
RUPTURE! cured, no pain; detention from
business; send for circulars. Empire
Rupture Curo Co., 932 N. Y. Life Bldg..
Omaha, U 332
PRIVATB home for ladles before and dar
ing confinement; babies adopted. 2620
Burdette. Mr. Burget. U M126 Mil
"AFTER YOU, MY DEAR ALFONSO."
TAKE ONE OF THESE
Stoecker Cigars
They are the nest on the market.
Bave th bands, for they are valuable.
U-M700 10
BEE Proctor, tin pictures. 616 So. 16th.
U-4M Jl
ROOMS, 610H Bo. 10th St. 'Phon 1811.
U-6!2 J3
MOLLIE: Treat me right. Page 178 May
What To Eat Oeorge. I.' M736 7
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
44 PER CENT on business property.
5 per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE, 4ol 6. 15th St.
W-S35
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Breunan-Lov Co., M S. 13th.
W S36
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith ft Co., 1310 Farnam Bt.
V-13$
FARM and city loans, lew rates. W. IL
Thomas, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 1644.
W-13
PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 937 N. Y. U
W-II4
i PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1604
Farnam. W HO
CHOICE FARM LOANS FOR SALE.
R. C. PETK8 ft CO.. 17u3 Farnam St.
WilxM M7
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1524 Douglas
W 342
LOW RATES. Private money.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Main flour N. Y. Life Bids.
VV-MioS
MOSEY TO LOAN RE L ESTATE.
4t TO t P. C. money. Bemls, raxfn R!k
W343
WANTED, city snd farm loans; slso bonds
snd warrants. K. C. Peters Co.. I7u2
Farnam St., Hee Bldg. W 341
MOSEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
$$$$$$ $$$$$$
$ MONEY! MONEY! $
$ WHEN IN NEED OF MONEY $
I DEAL WITH TIIE $
! AMERICAN LOAN CO. $
LOANS FROM. $10 TO $M0 MADE I
On Furniture, Pianos, etc., and to people
holding a steady position, without pub
llcity or removing the property, and at
much
CHEAPER AND EASIER RATES
than elsewhere. You can have the money
on the same day you ask for It, anil the
loan can be paid off In easy weekly or
monthly payments, or as your circum
stances will permit, thus enabling you to
pay without inconvenience or worry.
Come In and talk It over with us.
AMERICAN IX3AN CO..
Room 3o3, Third Floor, Paxton Block.
X-Ai
WE make loans on Furniture,
Pianos, Horses, Wagons, Carriages
and other chattel.
We make
SALARY LOANS
without mortgage to persons who
have permanent positions. You can
get the money on very short notice
and pay It back In one month, or
keep It longer, and pay for It only
what time you keep It. We are
leaders In low rates, quick and con
fidential service and courteous
treatment. We Invite comparisons
of rates, time, payments, etc. We
five you the full amount of the
XAN In cash. We always "try to
please."
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 22!.
(.Established lni2). 306 Bo. 16th St.
X-47
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LOANS on CHATTELS and SALARIES.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
successors to J. W. TAYLOE,
633 Paxton Block. TEL. 745.
To accommodate our COUNCIL BLUFFS
patrons we have established eicgant of
fices at ROOM 24. WICKHAM BLDG.,
intersection Broadway & Pearl Sts.
TEL. 8. X-454
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offloes in prin
cipal cities. 101 man, t uoara of rrsui
Bldg.
X-349
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 8. 13.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stork,
leNvelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co., sue. to Duff Green, 8 Barker Block.
X 350
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
X 3S2
BUSINESS CHANCES.
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, McCague building.
1-353
FOR SALE, the best hardware stock In the
best agriculture I section of Iowa; large
annual trade; stock will Invoice about
$10,000; profits large; must close up an
estate Interest the only reason for selling.
Address V 40. Bee. Y-355
IF YOU want to BUY or SELL real es
tate call or write,
NEW BNOW-CHVRCH CO.,
4th floor N. Y. Lite Bldg., Omaha.
Y-S56
STOCK of about $3,000 In good location.
Would take Omaha residence property
for about $1,600. Address, Box 154, Ute,
Iowa. Y-278 M12
FOR SALE, a good, clean stock of grocer
ies, queenaware and notions, one of the
best stands in a live Nebraska town, do
ing a good business; reason for selling,
poor health. Address: Grocer, Bee Office,
Council Bluff. . Y-M727
FORTUNES easily mad by small but wise
investment"; the small capitalists' and
money savers' opportunity; write for our
"Guide to Wealth." Tralse & Co., 231
Unity Bldg., Chicago. . . Y M858 M23
$3,000 for controlling Interest In a rapidly
Increasing legitimate manufacturing busi
ness, destined to be a very profitable
enterprise. Court closest investigation.
J. IL Johnson, New York Life.
Y-629
FOR EXCHANGE.
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bed. N 49, Bee. Z M510
FOR EXCHANGE, lot and 16-room unfur
nished lodging house. South Omaha. S.
Hawver, 1614 Emmet St. Z 661 T
EXCHANGE or sale, finest ranch In north
Nebraska, 3,000 acres; will take part in
farm, merchandise or hotel. T. M. Cllne,
1238 O St., Lincoln, Neb. Z 693 11
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
KOUNTZE PLACE
Beautiful Kountze Place lots at $650 and
up. The cheapest lots in Omaha.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
SOLE AGENTS.
RE M717 8
FOR SALE, three lots, with six-room cot
tage; price, $1,600; owner leaving city.
Address Z 88, Bee office,. RE M4&9
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 6b2, Bee building.
Rtf361
IF YOU want one of th nicest 8-room
home In Hanscom Place I will give you
a bargain. Owner left city. Must sell
J. H. Bherwood. 937 N. Y. L. Bldg.
RE-M1E1
GEORGE O. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals. Insurance. Brown block.
RE 859
BUY best hous paints, varnishes, etc.:
quality highest, prices lowest. National
Oil and Paint Co., 1015 Jones St.
RE M848 M23
FOR SALE, 1,120 acres of good farming
land 120 acres In crops this year, at a
sacrifice, In central part of Nebraska. G.
H. Peterson, 622 N. ICth, Omaha.
RE 658 M19
FARMS If vou wish to buy a grain, fruit
or stock farm, get my list of western
Michigan (lower peninsula) bargains;
write today; they are going rapidly. 8.
V. R. Hayes, Grand Rapids, Mich.
RE M464 J2
A SPECIAL BARGAIN.
$1,300 buys a 6-room cottage, back plastered
and double floors throughout, in good con
dition; a good barn, a never-falling well,
cistern, fruit and plenty of shade; two
lots, each 6'xl60 feet, on 53d, near Center
atreet. Must sell at once. Enquire of
owner, O. W. Hart, 63d and Center Sts.,
or Harrison ft Morton, N. Y. 1.1 fe.
RE 493
ALL ABOARD for California! 600.000 acres
government land In southern California
open for settlement: the largest Irriga
tion canal In America I now completed
through these lands; soli 1 very rich and
fertile; finest alfalfa and cattle country
on earth; 30 acres allowed each person;
fermanent water rights sold on easy
erma; railroad through these lands will
be completed In short time; send 10 cents
for books and maps snd full Informa
tion. Reld & Heber. agents, 107 South
Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
RE M470 M16
WILLIAMSON, f.Hrfree1:'
RE-163
HOL'SES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
fir Insure noe. Bemls, Psxton block.
RE 361
ALFALFA farm for sale; 160 acres, In
alfalfa; well Improved; going to Canada
Write to Erik Johnson, R. 2, Lexington,
Neb. RE-fco4 M21
KOUNTZE PLACE
The most beautiful lots among the finest
homes In the city for the money. Think of
it. Only $800 on paved street among
those splendid homes. See us quick.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
SOLE AGENTS.
. RE M718 I
AT, MAY 7, 1002.
FOR S4I.F. RF.AL ESTATE.
KOUNTZE PLACE.
THERE THE LOTS SELL FAST.
FIVE SOLD LAST WEEK AND
THREE NEW HOMES
GOING UP.
"KOUNTZE PLAC13 Is coming to the
front." Get in line. Five new tamllli'S
have set their stakes In Kountsw Place,
and we predict thHt the choicest lots will
all be picked up this season. Contract
let for three houres to be put up at once.
Kountie Place Is reached by three car line
Park and 21th st. on west side, Sherman
s venue lino on east sjde and N. 20th t.
line near south side.
Kountie Park on north side, with two
little lakes and artesian water, Is now
being laid out with trees end shrubbery.
Boulevard runs through center of addi
tion. Churches of all denominations In or near
Koumio Place, and a good school.
In Kountie Place the streets are lewl, the
lots are on grade or slightly aoove; there
are no unsightly banks or pits, no shacks
or shanties, no factories or fire traps;
more than half the streets are iVfl or
Deing paved.
Consider tho improvements now celns
made. Repavement of N. 24th sU and
relaying of car tracks; new pavement on
21st st. and on Emmett St.; new $50,000
seminary on west side of Boulevard.
We are agents for the addition, and we
offer lots at prices from $6u0 to $1,W0,
according to location and slse. Fine lots
on paved street for $mm; a few 50-foot
fronts on Kountie Park for $700; terms
easy.
Ask to see our plat and prlc? list.
"Kountie Place Is coming to the front."
Don't you forget It.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Main Floor of N. Y. Life Bldg.
SOLE AGENTS.
RE M715 8
TIIE OMAHA REALTY CO., 1301 Douglss
St.. upstairs: small houses for sale; cheun
building let. Call for catalogue and price
list, tnvate money to loan on easy
term. RE 3o7
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union I'uclflc Railroad company. U. A.
McAllester, land commissioner, Union Pa
cific Heauquarters, Omaha, Neb.
RE 168
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK ft CO. for choice
bargains, 601-2 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. KU6.
RE-362
MUST HE SOLD.
A fine, sightly, east front lot on 24th, near
Valley; price $'J00.00. Owner anxious to
sell. Make us an offer.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Main Floor, N. Y. Life Bldg.
RE-727 6
FOR SALE, lot and 6-room cottage, No.
ZM Casteliar St., $'.100.00. Benawa ft Co
108 N. 15th. RE 732 7
PIAJfOS.
DEFINITE INFORMATION TO PIANO
BUYERS.
BUSINESS FACTS ARE ALWAYS
INTERESTING.
I sell for $250 no more, no less a piano
that aealers charge $36o and $400.
1 save you 1UU to aliio, because 1 save you
store rents, retail dealers' profits and
music teachers' commissions. INVESTI
GATE MY STATEMENTS.
You can call during day or evening.
Terms cash, $lo monthly or $2.60 per week.
New and up-to-date styles to select from.
FRED K. WALTER.
8112 California St. Manufacturers' Agent.
Walnut Hill Car.
Beautiful Illustrated booklet on request,
M734 8
LOST.
STOLEN, note and mortgage for about
2,2iio, held and endorsed by L. C. Gard,
Atkinson, Neb. Do not negotiate; pay
ment stopped. Inquire of Journal-StocK-man,
houih Omaha. Lost 471
LOST, Sunday, on 25th street, after last
mans at St. John's church, blue rosary.
Ijeave beads with Sacristan, St. John's, or
2244 Landon Court. Lost 707 7
THCEI.
FOR shrubs, vines, trees, etc., see the
Crescent City sales ground, south side of
Farnam and 21st Sts. 'Phone 1626.
-843 M22
OSTEOPATHY.
GID E. ft ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths,
fculte 516, N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Tel. 1664.
368
DR. A. T. HUNT, 612 McCague Bldg. TeL
2362. ma
DR. MRS. MUSICK, Douglas Blk. Tel. 2823.
370
MEDICAL.
DR. FRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist In diseases of women In Omaha,
would call the attention of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement and hi
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1613 Dodge,
Omaha, 801
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
QREQQ Shorthand Om. C.Col.,17th St Doug.
A. C. VAN SANT'S schooL 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES' col.ege, court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life. 36
NEB. Business & Shorthand College, Boyd's
Theater. Jg7
MAMFACTHUNG.
P. MELCHIOR, 13th and Harney, ma.
chlnlst. M371
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wki., make a spe
cialty of fire escape, shutters, doors and
afe. O. Andreen, Prop., 1U2 S. loth St.
M372
COAL.
MONROE Coal and Feed Co. 'Phone 971.
M8
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
2uth and Lake streets. -470
FLORISTS.
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. Tel. 1263.
Send for price list, cut flowers and plants.
. M722
NOTICE, PAPER HANGERS.
OMAHA Steam Pasta Co., manufactuer of
paste fur all purposes; In barrels and half
barrels. Write for prices. 2210 Cuming.
625
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
8?9
PHOTOGRAPHS.
MRS. MINER, chlldren'i
612 N. 16th.
photos specialty.
Ml7 26
LAINDRY.
OMAHA Steam laundry; shirts, 8c; collars,
2c; cuffs, 4c. 1760 Leavenworth. TeL b47.
J7i
NICKEL PLATING.
OMAHA Plating Co., Be Bldg. TeL 2636.
178
EDUCATIONAL.
FRENCH, Spanish, fencing. 40$ N. 26th at.
M44
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phone 2190. 611 South Thirteenth street.
-M469
PAWNBROKERS.
KAOLE Losn Office, reliable, ornmmofl.lt.
Ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglns.
8.4
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING In families or at home.
Miss Sturdy, SAJ Farnam. M6
COWS.
WILL TRADE CERTIFIED milk for cows,
subject lo test for tuberculosis. Sanitary
Dairy, 2016 Farnam street; phone No. 411.
MSI M24
Ft'R DRESSING.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1421 So. 13th.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
GRAND Electrlo Co., 16 Jackson. Tel. 2S46
. M108 M10
RALE TIES.
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co., 811 North 16th.
374
GARBAGE.
ANTI-MONOPOLY OARRAOE CO., clean
cdspuols and vaults, removes garbage and
dead animals at reduced prices. 61 N. 16.
Tel. 1779. 9:'s
TAILORING.
JOE YOUSEN removed to 14114 Fsrnam St.
STORAGE.
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co.. 913
914 Jones, general storage and forwarding.
3.11
OM. Van Stor. Co.. 15UV4 Farn. Tels. 1659-V53.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
THE GARDENERS protect old age as well
as life. Charter members free. Particu
lars from Frank Rosewater, supreme
manager, 222 Bee Bldg. 724
FACTORIES.
TRUNKS, traveling bags, suit cases: trunks
repaired. Om. Trunk Factory, 12t9 Farnam
374
BANK STATEMENT,
No. 277S.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK
at Omnha, In the state of Nebraska, at the
close of business, April 30th, 1902.
RESOURCES.
1oa.n and discounts $2,272,860.96
Overdrafts, secured and unse
cured 10,991.69
U. 8. bonds to secure circulation. 16o.ooo.00
U, S. bonds to secure U. 8. de
posits 100.0no.00
Premiums on U. S. bonds. 7,5or.00
Stocks, securities, etc 231,719.27
Banking house, furniture and flx-
. tures 200,000.00
Due from national
banks (not reserve
agents) $ 149,752.25
Due from state banks
and bankers 69,728.72
Due from approved
reserve agents 647,324.11
Checks and other cash
Items 14.271.38
Exchanges for clear
ing house 126,865.74
Notes of other na
tional banks 27,497.00
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels and
. cents 1.737.6S
Lawful money reserve
In bank, vis. :
Specie 125.130.00
Iegal tender notes.... 140,000.00 1,191,296.76
Redemption fund with U. 8.
treasurer (5 per cent circulation) 7,600.00
Due from U. S. treasurer, other
than 6 per cent redemption fund 1,220.00
Total $4,173,088.67
, . LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In $ 600,000.00
Surplus fund 100,000.00
Undivided profits, less expense
and taxea paid 15,319.58
National banknotes outstanding.. 150,000.00
Due to other national
banks $ 695,69S.R8
Due to state banks
and bankers 480,814.26
Due to trust com
panies and savings
banks 61.7G3.81
Dividends unpaid .... 1,013.00
Individual deposits
subject to check 1,425,950.46
Demand certificates of
deposit 9,488.10
Time certificates of
deposit 614.270.59
Certified checks 3,912.10
Cashier's checks out
standing 114,862.89
United States deposit JOO.000.00 1.4OT.768.08
Total $4,173 088 67
State of Nebraska, County of Douglas, s
I. Luther Dralie, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement la true to the best of my
knowledge and belief. "
c w lw LUTHER DRAKE. Cashier.
8th day of May, 1902 " ""'"' lnln
F. P. HAMILTON.
Correct-Attest: Notary Public.
FRANK MURPHY.
BEN B. WOOD.
FRANK T. HAMILTON.
Director.
POSTOFFICE KOTICIu
(Should b read DAILY by all Interested,
tu changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the week ending Mav
10, 1902, will close (PROMPTLY In all cases)
at the General Postoffloe. as follows'
PARCELS POST MAILS close one hour
earlier than closing time anown below
Parcels post malls for Germany close at
6 p. m. Monday and Wednesday.
Regular and supplementary malls clos
at foreign station half hour later than
closing time shown below, (except that
ui,iiitii.i, uiA.iv ivr curop anu
Central Amerlcu, via Colon, clog one hour
Transatlantic Mall.
WEDNESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE 1
- ouumampion
(mall for Ireland must be directed "per
s. s. Philadelphia"); at 8:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per s s
Majestic, via Uueenstown; at 10 a. m 'for
BELGIUM direct, per s. s. Frlesland
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Fries,
land").
THURSDAY-At 6:80 a. ta. for EUROPE
per a. s. Columbia, via Plymouth, Cher
bourg and Hamburg (mall for France
must be directed "per s. s. Columbia")
at 7 a. m. for FRANCIi. SWITZER
LAND, ITALY, SPAIN, PORTUGAL
TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE, BRITISH
INDIA and LORENZO MARQUEZ per
s. s. La Bretagne, via Havre (mall for
other parts of Europe must be directed
"per s. s. La Bretagne").
SATURDAY At a. m. for AZORES
ISLANDS, per s. s. Tartar Prince (mali
for Italy must be directed "per s s Tar
tar Princ' i; at 7 a. m. for ITALY direct
per s. s. Lahn (mall must be directed'
'per s. s. Lahn"); at 7:30 ror NETHER
LANDS direct, per s. s. Rotterdam (mail
must be directed "per s. s. Rotterdam")
at 9:80 a. m. for SCOTLAND direct per
s. s. Ethiopia (mali must be directed '"oer
s. s. Ethiopia "); at 12 30 p. m. (supple
mentery 2 p. m.) for EUROPE, per s s
Lucanla, via Queenatown. '
PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-Thls steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. Th
same class of mall matter for other part
of Europe will not be sent by thla ahlo
unles specially directed by It.
After the closing of the supplementary
Transatlantic malls named above, addi
tional supplementary mails are opened
on the piers of the American, English
French and German steamers, and remain
open until within 10 minutes of the hour
of sailing of steamer.
Malls for loath aad Central America,
West ladles. Etc.
WEDNESDAY At 12 in. (supi'lemeuiary
12 30 p. m.) for BAHAMAS, per s. s. An
tllla (mall must be directed ' per a. s. An-
tllla").
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA, YU
CATAN, CAMPECHE. TABASCO and
CHIAPAS, per s. s. Havana (msll for
other parts of Mexico must be directed
"tier s. s. Havana ; at 8 a. m. for BER
MUDA, per s. s. Pretoria; at U m. (sup
plementary 12:30 p. m.) for BAHAMAS
and SANTIAGO, per s. S. Seguranea; at
12:80 p. m. for INAGUA and HAITI, p. r
s. s. Paloma: at 6 lu p. m. for JAMAICA,
per a. s. Admiral Sampson, from Boston.
SATURDAY At 9 a. m for POIlTO RICO,
per s. s. Ponce, via San Juan; at 9 a ra
(supplementary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO
and VENEZUELA, per s. s. Maracalbo
(mall for Savsnllla and Cartagena must
be directed "per s. a. Maracalbo "); at 1:30
roSTOKFU'E NOTICE.
?. . ('"I'Plenicntnry i. .) a. m ) for
OKTU... ISLAND. JAMAICA. SAVa
MLI.A. CARTA) ) K.N A snd UKKYTOW.N.
Per s. s. Alene iiiihII for Costa Kir mut
be directed "per s. s. Alene"); at 8 a ni
(supplementary lo.M H. nil for H ITI
per s. s. Hungarln: st a. m. for illtA
.IU per s. . Kaftlr 1'rlnce. via Kin Ja
neiro and Santos (mall for Northern Hra
sll. Argentine. I rugunv and Paraguay
must le directed per s. s. Katlir
Prince "); at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s a.
Morro Castle, via ll!intia; st H a. m for
GRENADA and TKIMKaI) and CII DAD
BOLIVAR, per . s. Mntavnl.
Mulls for Newfoundland, hy rail to North
Sydney, and thence bv steamer, close at
this ofllce dally nt 6 1 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. t' rJnenday and
Saturday). Mails lor MIiielon by rail lo
Boston, and thence bv steamer, close at
this office daily at 6 p. m. Malls for
tuba, by rail to Florida, and thence by
steamers, are dispatched dally, ex
cept Thursday, final connecting closes,
for dispatch via Port Tampa on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur
days at 5:30 a. m., for dlxpntch
via Miami, on Mondays and Satur
days at :.Ti p. m. Malls for Mexico City,
overland, unless specially addressed for
dispatch by steamer, close at Ihls offlc
dally except Sunday at l:jo and 11:30 p. m .
Sundays at 1 p. m. and 11 m. Malls
for Costa Rica, Dells. Puerto' Cortes and
Guatemala, by rail lo New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, clo.e at this office
dally excent Sunday at 'l:) p. m., Sun
days at 1:0C p. m. (connectl-. closes here
Mondays for Bellse, Puerto Cortes ana
Guriten.nls, and Tuesday for Costa Rica.)
Registered mail closes at :u0 p. m. pre
vious day.
Transpacific Mail.
Mails for Hawaii. Japan and China (alo
letter mall anil separately addressed peri
odicals for the Philippine Islands, via
Manila), vln Sun Francisco, iiose here
du,lly at 6 M p. m. up to May nh, In
clusive, for U.spatch per s. s. Nippon
M a Mi.
Malls for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up o May "Sth,
Inclunlve, for dispatch per s. s. Alameda.
Malls for Ch'na and Japan, vln Tacoma,
close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up lo May
!th. Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s.
olyiupla.
Mails for the Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m.
up to May 111 h. Inclusive, for dispatch
per U. 8 tranoport.
Malls for Hawaii. China, Japan snd Philip
pine islands, via San Francisco, eloce
here dally ut 6:i p. m. up to May nth,
Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Peru.
Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle,
close here dally Ht 6:30 p. m. up to My
llth. Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Kln
shlu Maru. (Registered mall must le
directed "via Seattle").
Malls for Australia, (except West Aus
tralia, which Is forwarded via Europe),
New Zealand, FIJI, Snmna and Hawaii,
Via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:10
p. m. after April 2iith and up to May
17th, Inclusive, or on arrival of s. s.
Campania, due at New York May 17th,
for dispatch per s. s. Ventura.
Mails for China and Japan, via Seattle and
Victoria, B. C, close hero dally at 6. to
p. m. up to Mny 2oth. Inclusive, for dis
patch per s. s. Empress of India (regis
tered mail must be specially addressed.
(Merchandise for the I . 8. Postal agency
at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via,
Canada.)
Mails for Australia (except West Australia,
which goes via Europe and New Zealand,
which goes via San Francisco), and Fiji
Islands, vln Seattle and Victoria, B. C,
close here dally at 6;3 p. m. after May
17th and up to May 'th, inclusive, for
dispatch per s. . Mlowera.
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6:30 p. m. up to June 4th, Inclusive, for
dispatch per s. s. Australia.
Transpacific matin are forwarded to port
of, sailing daily and the schedule of clos
ing is arranged on the presumption ot
their uninterrupted ovennd transit.
Registered mall closes at 6:00 p. m.
previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmater.
Postofnce, New York, N. Y.. May 2. 1902.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Department of the Interior, Oltlce of In
dian affairs, Washington, D. C, March JU
1902. Sealed proposals. Indorsed "Proposals
for blanket, woolen and cotton goods,
clothing, etc.," as the cuae may be. and
directed to the commissioner of Indian
affairs, Nos. 77 and 79. Wooster street, New
York City, will be received until 1 o clock
p. in., ot Tuesday, May 13, 1U02, for fur
nlahlng for the Indian Service, blankets,
woolen and cotton goods, clothing, notions,
hats and caps. Bids must be made out on
government blanks. Schedules giving all
necessary Information tor bidders will be
furnished on application to the Indian of
fice, Washington, D. C; Nor 77 and 71
Wooster street. New York City; 236 Johnson
street, Chicago, 111.; No. 815 Howard street,
Omaha, Neb.; the commissaries of sub
sistence, U. 8. A , at Cheyenne, Leaven
worth, St, Louis, St. Pau. and Sao Fran
cisco; the postmasters at Sioux Cu, Yank
ton, Arkansas City, Caldwell, Topeka,
Wichita and Tucson. Bids will be opened
at the hour anu days above stated, and
bidders are Invited to be present at the
opening. The department reserves th
right to determine the point of delivery
snd to reject iny and all bids, or any
part of any aid. W. A. JONES, Commis
sioner. Aprl6toMuy7
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, 210 Observatory Ottlce Building,
Dea Moines, Iowa, May 3, li. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will be received her
until 2 p. m., June 2, liH3, for constructing,
plumbing electric wiring and steam heal
ing, at Fort Dee Moines, Iowa, of two
double sets ofheers' quarters, one double
barrack, one double set non-commlasluned
officers' quarters, one guardhouse, one cav
alry stable, one quartermaster and sub
sistence storehouse, one quartermaster's
stable, one bake-house and one coalshed.
Plans, specifications and full Information
will be furnished on application to thu
office or at the depot quartermaster's
offices In Chicago, III., St. Louis, Mo., and
Omaha, Neb. U. 8. reserves the right to
accept or reject any or ail proposals or
parts thereof. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be Indorsed "Pronosuls for
." and addressed to R. B. Turner, u
M. M3-6-6-7-30-31
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Neb., April 19, 19u2. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, subject to th usual
conditions, will be received here until 10
o'clock a. m.. May 9, 1902, and then opened.
In the presence ci attending blddera. tnr
eighty-four (S4) Cavalry Horsea, for do-
nvery ai t on iieavenwortn, Kansas, or at
prominent railroad points. U. 8. reserves
right to reject or accent anv or all nrn.
posals. or any part thore'.f. Blank form
for bidding and circular giving full Inform
ation and requirements will be furnished on
application to Ihls office. Envelopes con
taining propoaais snouiu De marked "1'ro
poala for Horaea," and addressed to JNO.
W. PULLMAN, Chief Q. M.
6tD21-22-23-S4M0-7
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Neb., April la, imc Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received at ttols office,
until 10 a. m., central standard time, May
9, 1U02, for constructing two detached Lava
tories, to Include construction proper,
filumblng and steam heating, at Fort Hob
nson, Nebraska. Full Information fur
nished on application to this oftloe, where
plans and specifications muy be seen, or
to the Quartermaster, Fort Robinson. Pro
posals to be marked "Proposals for Lava
tories," and addresaed t-j Major JNO. W.
PULLMAN, Chief Quartermaster.
l D21-22-2S-24M6-7
LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE.
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ley Railroad company will be held at the
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Friday, May 23, 19"2, at 10 o'clock a. m. for
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tlon of such other business ss may com
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STEAMSHIPS.
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE
New York-l.otterdam, via Boulogne, H. M.
New Twln-Bcrcw s. a. ot li.uuu tons reiLt.r.
Steamer' ROtlBrdSiH May 10. 10 a. m.
Twin-Screw Nnnrrlem
Bi.iur RQQllI .HI May 17. 10 a. m.
Steamer Statendam May 24, 10 a. m.
Apply to Harry Moor, 1416 Farnam
street; J. H. McNsali. Farnam tri;
U. s Jones, 102 rarnam street; Louis
NM, First National Bank. Omaha.
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