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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1902)
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WASTF.H, a position with some koo I rea 1
estate as-ent to up.-rtnt nd sale-., anil re
pairs; practical builder and )lrimhi.i!iinn;
commission or salary. A 10, Be.
A -::.! u
AV A.Vl KIV-M ALU HLLr.
UUCD rsf-ngprs wanted; Increased pay.
A. U, T. Co., 2U Sou Hi Uih.
5 FUR HALF A DAY S WORK.
If you iive in the country or In a small
town and have a K"ul aiquaiiii.iini;
among tl.e funnels ami stock raisers In
the iielghoorhoou you inn make tasi.y
bv lour or 11 vu injurs' work. rll us
anil we will Bend your our proposition.
'Ihe Bee 'uolibhin Co., tioiicliors' j. I . .
Omaha. Neb. 11 ALil
WANTF-D, a good man' in every county to
take subscriptions lor The Twentieth Cen
tury 1-aimer. Our agents make ;ood
waKt'S every where, p.cierencc-a re.uireu.
Adurehs Iwinlleth Century Furmor,
Omaha, Neb. Li Mi
THRL'K or four nood men wanted; tlw per
month. Call ti.V Paxtuti block. 11 M.jJ
WAiNTKl), pali-smeii to solicit orders o.i a
new proposition by which you can earn
J to o a day; young men Irom J.J Ij Js
uc-sii I'll, who ale hustlers and well locum
mendi'U. Room It, Omaha ilee Biiif:.
WANTKD, a gentleman desires to take
prlvute Ichoom.- In trench two evenings
each w.ek. Must call at my rcaid-iicc.
Address, statin- method of teaehiiiK.
42, Hue. H Ali;o
U. It. RATHBL'N gives private lemons in
bookki-cplnij. ltooiu 15, Commercial Na
tional bank. ii Z'Ji
WANTED, canvassers to sell the New Cen
tury lawn sprinkler; heft seller on the
market; ugenta make flu or mure dally;
aend i for Hutnple outllt and circular
matter; n f.reiiccs. Iiun or Bradstrcci.
The Yost-Miller Co., Toledo, O.
U IKi) 20
4 AGENTS to solicit, one to collect, for
city and outside towns. AJnr.-s . 41,
Bee. H MT4tjJl
WANTKD Two good gunsmiths at mice;
steady work; nood ituiirs. Adorers F.
Schumann, Memphis, Teun. B MT74 11'
WANTKD Men to learn barber trade;
here la yoir chance only eight weeks ic
qulred; nloudy pruetiee, expert instruc
tions, lectures, toois presented, wagm
rial unlays, diplomas granted, positions
guaranteed; catalogue malied free. .Mulc-r
Harbor Colin fee, lt.J Farnuin tit.
CAN V'ASSL'RS everywhere; e have ln
vonteil a wonderful hou.iehnld novelty;
everybody sees it, wants one; sample
free; send 2t cents to prepay cxpre.-sanu
on sample. Iialtimore Novelty Works,
61l W. Hexington St., Haitliimre, Mil.
Li MiA ii
THOKOl'GllbY ixperlcnced Htcnogrnpher,
rapid In ntites nud machine work, i hould
also be H KOod penman and competent
to do clerical work; s.)ary bii. Apply Ly
pen-wrltlen letter to A 11, liee, Kiving
age, previous experience and reie.Vncea,
BTHICTLY llrst-cl(us soda dlspeneer, also
eombinarlon Ice cream and candy maker
and a gonil barn mun. 11. II. Graham,
litth and t'nrnam. H UfSj
WANTKD Good bnrher at once; single
man preferred, t'. C. Deardurff. David
City, Neb. U
WANTKD. state urganizi'ra for N'elmiaka
and other states i.y old established insur
ance society; pays sickness, accident and
death claims; plan popular anil easy to
secure members; salary and renew al con
tract. Write tor terms. Address "So
ctey, 705 N. Y. Ufe llldg., Kansas t'iiy.
Mo. Mention this paper. H lijl 13
MKPHKNG Kit boy wanted at the Tnn
torlum," A MEKCAXTINE aprncy wanta repre
sentatives; salary and commission. Ilox
D 2j6, Hotilder, Colorado. 1! .vuo 17
WANTKD. salesmen everywhere, salary or
commission, paid weekly, to solicit orders
In towns, villages and rural districts;
terinaneiit; outlit free. Drown llros. Co.,
tochesler, N. Y. M71S 12
BALESMKN wanted for full line of fruit
and ornamental ireea; pay weekly; outlit
free. Lawrence Nursery Company, Law
rence, Kan. 5SS J In
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 high
standing, have some knowledge of live
stock and good business ability; we fur
nish wagons for such men anil offer ex
ceptional Inducements to permanent aalcs
mon: bond reuuired; send for application
blank. The J?. E. Sanborn Company,
Omaha, Neb. MS7 MJS
W AVrKU 1 UM ALU IlfcXl.
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn halrdreasing, manicuring and chi
ropody at d acicutlnu massage. Call or
write Room 2--, He Hldg. C -94
100 Girls. Cull Canadian office, 15th & Dod"ge.
WANTED, deserving young lady or gentle
man to tatte life scholarship in Omaha s
best business and nhorihund college and
pay for It when course is finished and
liosltlon secured. Address A 1, Hee.
WANTED, a teacher to Instruct the
trench language lo a class of three,
twice a week; state terms. Address
Z St, Bee. C M46
LADIES Our catalogue explains how we
teach halrdressing. manicuring; and facial
massage In four weeks, mailed tree
Moler College, 1M3 Karimm. til.
'WANTED One assistant nurse In train
ing school at Child having institute, lMh
and Ohio streets. C MS01 12
l WANTED 1- Experienced salesladies ill
glove and veiling department; only those
with experience need apply. J. L. Hrmi
tlels & bona. Boston Btore. C MSU 12
WANTED, fifty girls to make pants, shirts,
overalls, ate. Apply to Byrne & Hammvr
Dry Goods Co., 12ih and Howard tits.
C MS 11
WANTED I,ady with Ideas, not under 26.
resident of city, education, good adores
necessary, nothing to sell. A 2i. Hee.
C M4 W
3 DAILY copying; letters at home, either
1 sex; inclose two stamps with application
Illinois Industrial I'nlon, Dept. 2. Ma
sonic Temple, Chicago. C-V"3 li
GIRL wanted for general housework. Ill
N. ill st Ave. Apply Monday morning.
t C-M? 12
VANS and baggage wagous. Tel. l'.'.-i
iOK Kjj.:T, i-rouni house, iiii and Cali
fornia tils , til modern. In good rep tlr,
large yard. Inquire at 6o7 N. . Life
TO MOVE rlgtit set Omaha Van Storage
Co. j office liU t amain, or Tels. lS6n-a.
HOI IPC; m all parts of city. The O.
. . W W WW t J,,
Davis Co., Dee Hllg.
lo-ROtiM house, with b.ts.ment, 2Sh nJ
Jackson. f; good locailon. i K.
Turklugton, t Bee. D MJcl
FOR HE NT, S-room. modern, d-taehed
house, newly paint- d and paper, d. Pa
-l Capitol Ave. Tel. 73. B. 11. U ..bison,
D M (
liOUBES. stores. Bemis, Tsxton block.
UOUSE3 and Oats. Hlngwalt, Barker M'-cg
i iiH niAT-noi sr..
:K PAVNK. r:ri3TWirK ' O f'.rrh'le
linns, s. N. Y. Life l:ig. Tel. I'll.
I.'NKiJl'At.KD. irntral. mod"rn 4 and
room flats, 'lizard, .'jo N. -d st. D ij
HofSE3, etc. F. D. We id, 1:24 Douln".
I -3 ;
CI IAS. K. WILLIAMSON, Fnrnnm "it?
Maggar.l V. & 3. Co., 1713 Webster. Tel lit?
KOlt RENT, nice 4-room cottage, wnter
and gas. 21'3 N. 2S'h Ht. D 7tM
15-RotiM imfun.lsheil lmlelnp hitie. In
Kouth Omaha. S. llntiov. r, l'!14 Kmirt"lt
St., tlraahit. D-.M:.'.! 13
Kelt HF:NT. fumlshert huri. during sum
mer months. The O. F. Davis Co.. 5'
Iter. Hldg. D Tin In
FOR Hi:.T Kl RMIIEII ROOMS.
nil modern. H2' N.
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In the
city. Capitol Ave. E MS35
LARGE, also smaller room. S08 N. Hit It St.
E ltw M-J
TV' housekeeping rooms, s. 2i;23 St.
Mary's. E .M214 M2'i
TWO well furnished
FRONT room, modern, ts. 1"!7 Webster.
E 474 Junel
FOR RENT, a nlco large furnished fror.t
room, with alcove. 7ul ti. 26th st.
E M7n3 lo
THE LANGE HOTEL, C"4 S. 1?th t
E M743 J
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Fnrnnm.
TWO beautiful connecting parlors, fur
nished or ii n f i mis hed ; modern home;
large lawn: privilege of Unlit housekeep
ing. 2C! Kurt. E-JIvi
THREE nicely furnished front rooms, very
cheap. 4'iS N. lflth. third floor.
E S21 13
NEWLY" f irnlshed rooms, with Rood board.
307 N. 2"th St. E-M"i
TWO ery desirable rooms, modern house,
private family, six blocks from ci nter of
cltv. A II. Hee. E M7
FIIIMSIIKU lt()ni AMI HOARD.
THE ROSE. 2i'20 Harney, rooms with board
K 1."4 M15
FRONT room and board. 1322 California.
NICE rooms with good board; reasonable;
bath, gas, electric! light and telephone.
411 N. 20th. F MJM
Mcrrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel.S5.
NICE cool south rooms, large front, fur
nished or unfurnished; others; tine loca
tion. r.lH N. 2:id. F Ml'l 1.1
FOR RENT I M'UIMSIIDII itllllHS.
DESK room space, $5 per month, ground
Hour room in The Ilee building, facing
Farnain street; no expense for light, hi at
or Janitor service. R. C. I'eters & Co.,
Rental Agents, Hee building. G-llti
Sl'ITE of rooms, modern, housekeeping.
GIB Georgia Ave. G M.Sol
5 ROOMS for rent. 2518 N. loth St.
G S22 ir
FOR IIE.T STORES A.D OFFICES.
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by The Hee at tflti Karnum tit. It has
four stories and a basement which was
formerly used as The Hee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably, if
interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
FOR RENT, store In first-class location;
rem reasonaoio. Appiy it. o. i'eters &
Co., ground lloor, Hee Hldg. I 2GB
STOREROOM. 701 H. lGth. R. C. I'eters &
Co., Main ioor. hco Hldg. 1218
FOR RENT, desk room or large space
suitable for merchandise broker or party
doing bUDlnejs in wholesale ilstrict. In
quire Hone 6c Co., 1B Farnam St
AT ONCE, a good, reliable agent making
all branches of C, H. & Q. In Bouthern
Nebrpska to take a good side line on
commission. Address Y 19, Hee.
J M430 Mlo
WANTED, canvassing agents in every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTER Y FARMER;
steady employment with assured good
Income; agents In the country with
horse and buggy especially desired; can
vassers make easily $) to $100 per month.
Address Century Farmer Solicitors'
Bureau. Bee building, Omaha. 213
AGENTS wanted, with horse and wagon.
io mane ,- wrrsiy selling lo farmers a
household necessity that they are glad to
buy; clean, pleasant, profitable employ
ment: particulars free. Address Mercan
tile Syndicate, Dept. J, Kansas Cltv, Mo.
J M736 13
THE only authorized Life of Talmage, ln-
roouciu.n uy ins son, itev. frank lie
Witt Talmnge, D. D., contains over 5o0
pages, magnliicenMy Illustrated; retail
price 2.(. Highest commission; freight
paid; credit given; no capital required;
experience unnecessary. Anyone can
make 10 to $-5 per day easily. Beware
of all other Talmuge books. The people
want "The Only Authorized Ijite" and
will have no other. Outnt free for 15
cents to cover postage. Order outlit to
day. Address the John C. Winston Co.,
71S Arch street, I'hlladelphla, nr 334
Dearoorn street. Chicago. J M777 12
WATr:i TO IllY.
WANTED, to buy a good carriage team
suitable fur a lady to drive. Address
Z 67, Bee. N 791
FOR SALE FI RM XI HE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodgo. Tel.
2o2t. New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. O 311
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8e; collars,
2c; cuffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. f47.
FOR SALE HOHaES, WAtiONS, ETC,
FOR BALE, buggies, phaetons, carriages,
runabouts, new and secondhand, at cut
prices. Repairing and trimming; also put
on rubber tires. I'felffer, 2ith and Leav
enworth tits. P-siS M24
PAINTING and repairs on wagous. etc.,
e.u, i-eaii . ii. rroBt, mn ana Le,av
enworih. Tel. 1447. P 313
SEVERAL fine driving horses. Walter
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Imported
Shetland pouy. Inquire of A. I. Hran
deU, Hoktou Store. P M771
FOR SALE-A fine Brewster Governess
cart; cost $150 a year ago; thoroughbred
imported Shetland pony and harness.
Inquire of George bchroeder. Huston
Store office. P M7J 15
FOH SALL MIHKLLANKOIS.
2DHAND afe chsap. Schwartz, ill s. 13th.
FLEdCHER sells bicycles. 1033 Capitol Ave
WIRE fence for poultry, b,og, lawn and
yard, hitch posts, tree guards. Wire
Works, 617 ti. 16ia St. Tel. 151.
JDllAND rafe cheap. DerlgUt. Ill Farnam.
X Q 316
100 STYLES trusses; catalogue free Sher
man & MeConnell Drug Co.. 16th and
Dodge, Omaha. J 314
FOR SALE, phonographs, sjperlor to any
other musical instrument; $3 up. Ths
NWttman Co.. if; Farnam. y-iii
BICYCLES and phonographs on easy pay-""ill-lJ
down. $1 io per week; 2dhand
wheels, fc. $a and $10, new whaela. $i.
Omah Blc jcla Co . ltilb and Chicago Sts.
i nn xi.y Mist VNK.oi .
INDIAN goods and tellc-s. 1119 Farnam
Fur SALE, scholarship In nn otnnhs
shorthand school, cheap. Inquire 2'2 Ii. e
STAMP ph jtos. lc each. Vekix, 13 ft Far m.
CJ .72 M.'J
SEAHRi 'OKE Wall paper. 411s N lot h St.
FIR llmbera for house movers, etc.. 40 to 71
feet; Til bins; and hog fence. SKtl I)oulas.
ITPKWRITKRS. latest Remington, Smlth
1'reml. r. Densmore. replaced by THE
I'NL'ERWOOD; low price. Rentals, 2.j"j
to $4 per month A. II. Workman Co.,
1617 Farnam. 'Phone 24:1. v MoiJ
SAM L 13 CRN'S for gas fixtures.
machines H. F.
and moving; picture
Wurn, Hos Farnam St.
U 411 M3o
CLOSING nut householij goods and Ftnves
cheap. 1314 Dodge tit. Q M4S3 J2
PECMNDHAND billiard and pool tables
billiard tables repaired; a large stock of
flu op bur fixtures, cigar Counters, etc.
The Hrunswlck, Halke, Colletidur Co.,
4"7- So. 10th. ' y DIB
NEW and 2dhand typewriters. 1119 Fir
nam. (J M7ii
GllocEFtS For snle, Jot of second-hand
grocers' scales, even balance and plat
form. S -ales sent on approval. Very low
prices. B. P. Ix wis. Council HlufTs.
( I.AIlt VOYATS.
I'ROF. LEAHIE PARLORS, 1619 DODGE
Clairvoyant and Palmist
tells you all you want to know, every
hope, fear ml wish of your life, faults,
quality, capability, trade or profession
you are ber-t suited for; fortunate and
unfortunate periods of life; breaks evil
intluences; how to win the one you love,
conquer enemies, restore lost affections;
aivloe on business, health, marriage,
divorce, etc. Hours, 9 to LI. S MiWS J3
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass St.
MME. GYLMER. genuine palmist. 315 S. 15.
MM E. SMITH, baths, 118 N.15. 2d floor R. 2.
T 72S-J 5
MME. AMES, vapor baths. 124 N. l.".th. r 7.
Middlemlss, wall paper cleaner. Tel. 173:.
U M742 Ji
DR. ROT, chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. R. 12.
Frenzer block. U 323
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con
finement: babies adopted. 23u6 Grant St
Mrs. Gardels. Tel F-11S2. L' 324
FLESCHER will fix your bicycle right.
HAIRDRESSING. manicuring and chiro
pody, for ladles only, in connection with
The Bathery, 216-220 Hee Hldg. U 326
Rt'PTURE permanently cured In 30 to 60
days; send for circular. O. S. Wood, M
D., 521 New York Life Hldg., Omaha, Neb
ACCORDION pleailng, cheapest, best and
quickest. Mrs. A. C. Mark, 17 & Douglas
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Tlano Co., 1622 Doug
las. U 32
CHIROPODY a specialty, In connection
with The B-Jthery, rooms 216-220 Hee Hldg
Tel. 1716. U-330
SHAMPOOING and hnlrdressinr. 25c, In
connection with The Bathery, 216-2'lj Bee
building. Tel. 1716. U 331
M. H. NASH Your deal with Ed has been
. fixed. Cunio home. C. A. M. U 520 la
V1AVA. woman's way to health. Home
treatment Houklet free. 346 Bee Hldg.,
Omaha. U 334
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. la, 2.1 floor, r 2.
U M473 M16
lU'PTURE cured, no pain, detention from
business; serd for circulars. Empire
Rupture Curo Co., 932 N. Y. Llfo Hldg.,
Omaha. U 332
SEE Proctor, line pictures. 616 So itith.
V 6S: J 3
ROOMS, 510',4 So. 10th St. 'Phone 1811.
U 62 J3
DRESSMAKING and rutting taught with
Livingston Machine Academy, 16o7 Doug
las. L' M777 21
ELITE PARLORS, 615 S. I6th St., 2.1 floor "
DR. JAMES II. PEABODY has moved from
Capitol avenue to flat over Graham's
drug store, northeast corner Twenty
fourth and Furnam streets. U M752 22
LOWEST PRICES In accordion and side
pleating. The Goldman Pleating Co.,
200 Douglas block. U M7M
LIBERAL religious literature free on appli
cation. Mrs. Carrie F. Trctmore. -1432
Sidney Ave., Chicago. U 915 12
FOUND, best Ice rream soda In city 5c
Shrader's Store, 24th and Seward.
U 813 J10
THERE ARE TWENTY REASONS WHY
Y'ou Should Smoke the
First, they are the best on the market.
The other nineteen we wen t mention.
GEORGE: My club toast won't scare me
Puge 170 May What To Eat. Mollle.
L' M1KW 12
MONEY TO WAX-REAL ESTATE.
4Sj PER CENT on business property,
a per cent on residence properly.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE, 4ol ti. 15th tit.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-Love Co., 309 ti. 13th.
WANTED, city loans and warrants, W.
Farnam Smith sic Co., 132!) Farnam St.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. 1L
Thomas, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 164.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood. 937 N. Y. U
t PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros.. 1004
PRIVATE money. F. IX Wead. 1524 Douglas
LOW RATES. Private money.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Main Floor N. Y. Life bldg
4"i TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton Blk.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. R. c. Peters & Co.. 17.2
Farnam St., Bee Hldg. W 341
mom:y to lo ax oii.n tkls.
t MONEY! MONEY! S
$ WHEN IN NEED OF MONEY $
$ DEAL WITH THE $
$ AMERICAN LOAN CO. $
$ LOANS FROM J10 TO $200 MADE $
On Furniture. Pianos, etc., and to people
holding a steady position, without pub
licity or removing the property, ana at
CHEAPER AND EASIER RATES
than dsewhere. You can have ths money
on the same day you aak tor It. and 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.
Cume in and talk it over whh us.
AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
Room 3o3. Third Floor. Px:on Block.
LARGEST Bl'SINKSH IN LOANS TO
SAIVRIED PEOPLE, mcrchar.ta, team
sters, boarding hous. etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices In prin
cipal cities. Tolmau, 40 board of Trsda
DAILY 1JKE: MONDAY,
MOF.Y TO MM 4 'HATTEI.H.
WE make loans on Furnltur".
Pianos. H .rses, Wagons, Carriages
a ml t her chattels.
without mortgage to persons who
have permanent positions You ran
get the mon.y on v ry short notice
and pay it back In one month. . r
keep it lonter. and pay for it only
what time you keep It. We are
leaders in low rates, quick and con
fidential service and court' ous
treatment. V'e Invito comparisons
of rales, time, payments, etc. We
elf- you the
full amount of tho
LOAN In .
cash. We always "try to
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO,
11:' Hoard of Trade Hldg. Tel. 22'..
(.Established 1M'2. 306 So. 16th St.
LOANS on CHATTELS and SALARIES.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
succf ssi rs to J. W. TAYLOE,
6. a Paxton Block. TEL. 74."..
To accommodate ojr COl'NCIL BLUFFS
patrons we have established eiegnnt of
fices at ROOM 21. W1CK11AM HLDG..
Intersection Broadwuy & 1'earl Sts.
TEU 8. X 454
MONEY' loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business coniidential; lowest rates.
5j4 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock,
Jewelry, to salaried ople. Foley Ixian
Co., sue. to Duff Green. S Barker Block.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. lU'ed, 319 S. 13.
III SIM'.SS t II tMCES.
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, MuCague building.
FOR SALE, the best hardware stock in the
bst agricultural section of Iowa; large
annual trade; Ktock will Invoice about
H'hui; profits large; must close up an
estate interest the only reusou fur selling.
Address V 40, Bee. Y 356
IF VOl' want to BEY or SELL real es
tate call or writo.
NEW SNOW-CIII'RCII CO.,
4th tl tor N. Y. Life Bldg., Omahn.
FOR SALE, a good, clean stock of grocer
ies, queonnware and notions, one of the
best stands in a live Nebraska town, do
ing a good business; reason for selling,
pour hep 1th. Address Grocer, Hee Olllce,
Council Bluffs. Y M727
FORTl'NES'easlly made by small but wise
Investments; the small capitalists' und
monev nil vers' opportunity; write for our
"Guide to Wealth." Traise Co, 233
Unity Hldg.. Chicago. Y Ms:.s M23
$5,0.0 for controlling interest In a rapidly
Increasing legitimate manufacturing busi
ness, destined to be a very profitable
enterprise. Court closest lnvcslii;a I ion.
J. 11. Johnson, New York Lift.
STOCK of about $3,000 in good location.
Would take Omaha residence property
for about $1,5.j0. Address, Box 154, I'te,
Iowa. Y 273 M12
FOR SALE Hardware and furniture
store, eastern Nebraska; good oppor
tunity. Address '. 65. Bee. Y M757 13
FIRST-CLASS location for hotel; also gen
eral store; can convince you of desira
bility. The Lexington Hank, Ixlngton,
Neb. Y 7!4 15
FOR SALE, furniture and lease, brick
hotel, Iowa town; nets $1,.SOO year. Ad-
.1........ 41. , 1... i ... -e 1 -
dress AS, Omaha Ho
1 .tlOJU J.I
EXPERIENCED partner wanted In tent
and nwning business In good thriving
western town. For particulars address
A 5, Hee. Y M107 17
ROOMING and boarding houses, from 7
to 42 rooms, completely furnished, line
locations, doing profitable business, for
sale reasonable. See J. H. Johnson. New
York Life. Y I 12
AN ESTABLISHED concern dealing in se
curities and contracts wants to open a
branch ofllco in Omaha; $20,000 to $25,000
yearly, a fair Income. Required Invest
ment, $2,500. Address, Sloan, 1521 Chestnut
St.. Philadelphia, Pa. Y-illl 12
FOR SALE Bakery and confectionery,
doing .$l.i.i business yearly, for J1.5.M)
cash, worth $2,000. Address, Joints Wahl,
Le Mars, Iowa. Y H23 24
WHEN you -want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick, com
municate with J. II. Johnson, hi:l New
York Life. Y' Siio
FOR SALE, stock of shoes, dry goods, fur
nishing goods, clothing, chlatiaware and
notions; low rent; population 4.710 ; rail
way center; good farming country; bar
gain If taken at once. I-oi k Box 337,
Ames. la. Y Mlu2 16
Foil i:. HA.t;E.
WILT, exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bed. N 49, Bee. Z M510
EXCHANGE or sale, finest ranch in north
Nebraska, (l,.4 acres; will take part 111
farm, merchandise or hotel. T. M. Cline,
123S O at.. Lincoln, Neb. Z 61)3 11
WILL exchange 41 lots In Dundee Plac,
Omaha, clear of Incumbrance-, for suit
able Kansas City property. Address, The
United States Trust Company of Kansas
City, Mo. Z 7H2 15
HAVE new piano; will trade for horse or
team. Address letters A 9, Bee.
Z S40 14
TO EXCHANGE, clear property In Benson
for good horse and buggy. Inquire at Gil
Paxton block. Z K43 14
FOR SALE HEAL F.STATK.
HOMESTEADS free to all who have not
taken benefit of homestead law; Rosebud
reservation opened soon; Chamberlain
laud otlice, where you register for chance
and choice. Write A. R. Coffin, send $1 00
for valuable Information; no swindle;
perfectly straight. References, Bank of
Iowa and Dakota, Chamberlain, S. D.
BUY best house paints, varnishes, etc.;
quality highest, prices lowest. National
Oil and 1'uint Co., 1015 Jones St.
RE MS48 M23
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 552, Hoe building.
IF YOU want one of the nicest 8-roora
homes In Hanscum Place I will give you
a bargain. Owner left city. Must sell.
J. H. Sherwood. S37 N. Y. U Bldg.
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
Are lusjrance. Bemls, I'axton block.
GEORGE O. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals. Insurance. Brown block.
ALFALFA farm for snle; lt acres, n In
alfalfa; well Improved; going to Canada.
Write to Erik Johnson, R. 2. Lexington,
Neb. RE ol M2i
7-room new all modern house, good bsrn,
paved street, north. Price, $2,6 .
Good 5-room cottage, bath, gas, sewer,
close in. Price, $1.6n0.
Vacant lots at all prices.
J. II. SHERWOOD, H37 N. Y. LIFE.
RE 97G 12
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK & CO. for choice
bargains, oul-2 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1011
THREE MILLION acres corn, wheat, graz
ing and Irrigated land for sale. E. H.
AndniH. Agent Santa F System, room 6,
Union depot, Kansas City, Mo.
RE MS10 23
GOOD 5-room house, cheap, with barn,
fruit trees, plenty of room for garden
and chickens; owner leaving city. ji
Emmett, one block north of Deaf and
Dumb Istltule. RE MlM 13
tiAKc ii and farm lamia for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa
citlo lleacquarters, Omaha, Neb.
FARMS If you wish to buy a grain, fruit
or stock farm, get my list of western
Michigan (lower peninsula) bargains;
write today; they are going rapidly, ti.
V. It. Hayes, Grand Rapids. Mich.
ALL ABOARD for California! 500000 acres
government land In southern California
open for settlement; the largest irriga
tion canal In America is now completed
through these lands: soil Is very rich and
fertile: finest alfalfa and cattle country
on earth; 32o acres allowed each person;
ermanent water rights sold on easy
terms; railroad through these lands will
be completed In short time; send lo cents
for books and maps and full Informa
tion. Held at lleber. agents, lo7 tiuulh
Broadway, Los Aug ties, C'al.
MAV 1, 1002.
K(W Ml.l'-lll'.tl. I'ATtTK,
FOR SA LE. throe lots, with six-room cot
tage; itl.'. $l.fioo; owner lc.nltig niy.
AddrtssiZ ?. lice office. RE M ink
THE l'RtCE of bef will keep up. N,,w is
the tln to buv i heap wiiii ii gracing
lands; iv.ui.i acr. s lor sale at low n ins
and 0:1 easy term. Call on r inquire
of I. A Fort, North Platte. Nib.
FOR SAKE. 1.120 acres of good farming
land. 12." arrrs In crops this year, at a
sacrifice. In central part of Nebraska. G.
H. 1'et. ttson. 6.2 N. 16th, Omaha.
RE 65S Ml 9
THE OMIHA REALTY CO., lJnl Douglas
ci.. low.iui, riniiii nouses ior sale; cfieap
building lets Call for catalogue Hiid price
list. Private money to loan on easv
SPECIAL BARGAIN M.3o. cash, or part
rash -For sale, occupied bv owner, leav
Itm city, two-story, s-room house, in good
repadr, Within one block of two car lines,
recently painted, new roof, city water,
gas. Jurttiaee, bath room, porcelain tub,
open plumbing, hardwood floors (newi,
store rooms, closets; will rent for $iu per
month. Address residence, 27nl Doiliee
street, or Nebraska Underwriters, l:is
Furuajht street. RE M7S6 13
More homes nre being built in Benson than
In nil other Omaha suburbs combined
This is .simply because it offers the ad
vantages' We have residence lots, aire,
five-acre and ten-acre tracts for sale
BENSON A CAR .I It il A EL,
613 PAXTON BLOCK.
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist in diseases of women In Omaha,
would call tlie attention of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
bclore ami during confinement and his
treatment for Irregularities, 110 matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block. 1513 Dodge!
SIIOHTHAMI AMJ TYPEWHITIXG.
GREGG Shorthand om. C. Col.,l;th & Doug.
A. C. VAN SAM'S school. 717 N. Y. Life.
UOYLES' college, court reporter principal.
N. 1. Life. oTlG
NElt. Husinesj & Shorthand College, Boyds
XOTICK. PAPKH 1IAr;Kn.
OMAHA Steam Pante Co.. mnnufactuer of
pante lor all purposes; in barrels and half
barrels. rite lor prices. 2210 Cuming
STAMMERING AMJ STl TTERIXi.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 420 Ramge Bldg.
OMAHA linting Co., Boo Bldg. Tel. 2513
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. Tel 12',.t
Send for price list, cut flowers and plants'
4'ARPEXTKflS M JOIMCRS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work nnd repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree.
20th and Lake streets. 370
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
dead animals ut reduced prices. 621 N IB
Tel. 1779. a26 '
G1D K. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths,
Suite 615. N. Y Llfo Bldg. Tel. 1664
DR. A. T. HUNT. 612 McCagua Bldg. Tel.
DR. MRS. MUSICK, Douglas Blk. Tel. 2X23,
MRS. MINER, children's photos specialty
612 N. 16th. M167 2B
A( Oltl)IO PLEA'l'IMi,
REDUCED prices In pleatlngs, ruchlngs
tucklngs and appliouiitiK. For full 111.
formation inquire Ideal Pleating Co., i;,io
iiuwuiu nr. 772 J7
FOR shrubs, vines, trees, etc., see the
Crescent City rales ground, south Bide of
Farnam and 21st tits. 'Phone 1626.
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co., 913
W4 JoneE, general storage and forwarding.
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1511ft Farn. Tels. 15r,9-S63.
FRENCH, Spanish, fencing. 408 N. 26th st
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phone 2190. 611 South Thirteenth street.
MACFARLAND & MAY, 305 N. Y. Life
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas
Fit ATEIlAL ORDERS.
THE GARDENERS protect old age as well
as life. Churter members free. Particu
lars from Frank Rosewater, supreme
inanac'.r, 222 Bee Bldg. 724
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 80. rth
WILL TRADE CERTIFIED milk for cows,
subject to lest for tuberculosis. Sanitary
Dairy, 2016 Farnam utrcet; 'phone No. 411.
JOE YOUSEN removed to 1411ft Farnam St.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th.
M A M F A CT I R I G.
P. MELCIUOR, 13th and Harney, ma.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks., make a spe
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors and
cafes. O. Andreen, Prop., 103 8. loth St.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Bturdy, 2o42 Farnam.
FOUND. Man's bicycle on May 7lh. In
quire bight watch, Bt bldg.
dim 1: UN men I .no 1 u !;.
PRopuflA! S - FORT Ml LEY. KANSVS.
May 1'tli, K.. Sealed propo-al in tnoli
cato will be teceic.l at this otlice until II
o'clock a. in. ju.e' POIi. 1 ..', nnd then
opened, for tl,,. construction M end altera
tion to the following biil.iltus. Including
piUn.Mtitf. hcumi; ami eleeinc winn.
c .a, si r 11 tion ,u ope Artillery St.ible, two
Cavalry Stable. two Gin Sheds, one
Ha. h. lor otticei t. Quarter and t m o double
Oilieets' Q-mrti rs. Alt. ration in four
t'avali v Barracks. Additions and alter i
tlons to three At till, ry Hit rack and two
Cavalry Hatnuks at Fort llilev, K.ni.is
HI. Id. is will state in tin it- bid the tune
in which tli.v iil cotni I. te Hie work, as
time will Infiii an Important consider itlon
In the award of contracts. Full luiorma
tlon and blank forms of proposal will be
furnished noon application to this otil. e.
Plans and Specifications ninv be seen hero
also in 1 iil'.e, s of Depot q larterm ist. 1 at
Chicago, 111.; St. Louis. .Mo, and Omah 1,
Neb. I nlte.l Stales ies. i v. s tie- rUlit to
accept or reject any or all bids or anv pan
thereof. Envelopes to lie i n dorsed '" 1 re
posals for Public Buildings" nrd a.l.lnssel
"Captain G. O. Cress, Constructing Quar
termaster." 1) - Mlo-12-13-ll-,I.i-l.i
PROPOSALS loll SUBSISTENCE
STORES ottli o Purchasing Oommlssarv
U. S. Army. Army Building. Omaha. Nib."
M iv l"t li. P'2. Sealed proposals hi tripli
cate for furnishing I mi. Issue, drv salt
cure. In er.ites and in !i-ln. net cans, bacon
breaktast. sliced, dry sail cure, In 1-lb. net
cans, and hams, lirv salt cure. In tierces,
will be rceelv, d at this ofll. c. at the otlice
of the Purchasing- Ci n in!.' sat v I". S. Army.
Chlcau-o. 111., and at the otlice of the pur
chasing Commlssarv U. S. Arinv. K.inias
City. Mo, until II o'clock n tn! Wednes
day. May 21st, Pi2, at which time and
places they will be lniblielv opened.
Articles oi in. stlc production or manu
facture will i. preferred to those of for
eign origin, cost and qualilv being equal
Specifications as to quantities, ilit. and
places of deliverv, blank proposals and
further Info tna'lon rurnlslvd on no, idea
tion to either olllce. Envelopes contaliiln,
proposals should he Indorsed "Proposal's
for Subsistence Stores, to be opened W ed
nesday. May "1st . I1.MJ." n,i addressed to
M. It GROVE. Cai. tain. Comimss.irv,
l'urch ising c'onimissarv. Omaha. Nib
- Mav l"l IM-I2.:M I -15-lt',
CII1 E F Q I'AKTKHJI A ST E 1 t'S o F E It E
Omaha, N b.. April ::l. 1:i0' s. alcd pro
poses, In triplicate, will be received at this
i. ftlce until .i a. in. central time. Mav 15,
1:m:, and then opened, for furnishing oils,
bran, baled hay and be.ldine, at I' .i t Sill.
Oklahoma. Proposals for deiiverv at other
points will be entertained. I", si", reserves
right to reject or accept anv or all pro
posals, or any part thereof. Information
furnished on application to this .dllco. or to
Quartermaster at Fort Sill, O. T. En
velopes containing proposals should he
marked "Proposals tor i-'orige," and ad
dressed to JNO. V. PI'LLMAN. c. o M
CHIEF QUARTER:.! STl .11 S OFFICE.
OMAHA. N. b.. April :!". I!n2.- Scaled pro
posals. In triollrnte, subject to the usual
conditions, will be r'-c'ived at this otlice
until la a. m.. central standard time, .Mav
14. P'2. for Installing shower bath and
doing necessary plumbing in connection
thirewith In live barrack buildings, at Jef
ferson Barracks. Mo. Full Information fur
nished on application to this olllce. where
s pec! Ilea I ions may lie seen, or to the quar
termaster, Jefferson Barracks. Proposals
to tie marked "Proposals for Shower Baths'
and addressed to Major .IN'ii. YV. PULL
MAN, Chief Quartermaster.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Fiiiiiotit. Elkhorn V Missouri Val
ley Railroad company will be hid at the
olllce of the companv In Omaha, Neh., on
Friday, May 21, l' .'. at 10 o'clock a. m. for
the t lection of dire, tors and tho transac
tion of such oth'r business n mav come
before the meeting. J. U. REDFIELD,
(Should be read DAILY by all interested,
as changes may occur at any tlniei.
Foreign malis for the week ending May
17, 1H.I2. will close (.PROMPTLY In "II cases)
at the General Postoillce, as follows:
PARCELS POST MAILS close one hour
earlier than closlag tune sliown below.
Parcels post mails fur Germany close at
5 p. m. Wednesday.
Regular and supplementary mails close
at lureign station half hour later than
closing time shown ladow, (except hat
supplementary malls lor Europe, ad
Central America, via Colon, closu one hour
later at lureign slatiuiu.
Trnnxutliiut lc Mnll.
TUESDAY' At :.'W a. m. for ITALY di
rect, per s. s. Nord America (mail must
be directed "per s. s. Nord America "l.
U EDNESDAY At 6:3u a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. St. Paul, via Southampton- at
S:3i a. m. for El ROPE, per s. a. Ger
manic, via Quee nstown; at 10 a. m. for
BEUilUM direct, per s. s. Soutbwark
(mall must be directed "per s. s. South
ward'); at 11 a. m. for DENMARK di
rect, in r s. s. Oscar II (mall must be di
rected "per s. s. Oscar II").
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FR NCR.
SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN, PORT
UGAL. TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE.
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR
Ql'EZ. per s. s. Ii Iyorraine, via Havre
(mail for other parts of Europe must b
directed "tier s. s. Iji Lorraine "); at 7 :10
a. m. (supplementary 9 a. m.) for EU
ROPE, per s. s. Kiatitsch.nl. via Ply
mouth. Cherbourg and Hamburg.
SATURDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE
SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN, poRT
UGAU TURKEY. EGYPT. GREECE,
BRITISH INDIA und LORENZO MAR
QUEZ, per s. s. La. Champagne, via
Havre (mail for other parts of Europe,
must he directed "per s. s. la cham
pagne"); at 7:30 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per s. s. Noordum (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Noordam");
Ht 9:30 n. m. (supplementary 11 n. m.)
for EUROPE, per s. s. riaxonla, via
Queenstow n; at !:30 a. m. for SCOTLAND
direct, per s. 8. Astoria (mall must be di
rected "per s. s. Astoria."); at lo a. m
for ITALY' direct, pi r s. s. 'lYave (mail
must be directed "per k. s. Trave").
PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steamer
lakes printed matter, commercial papers,
und samples .for German' only. The
same class of mall mailer for other parts
of Europe will not be sent by tpls ship
unless specially directed by it.
After tlie dosing of the supplementary
Transatlantic malis named uhove, addi
tional supplementary malls are opened
on the piers of the American, English
French mid German steamers, and remain
open until within 10 minutes of the hour
Of sailing of steamer.
Malls fur South auel Central America,
West Indies. Etc.
TUESDAY' At 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for CENTRAL AMERICA
(except Costa Rlea) and SOUTH PA
CIFIC PORTS, per R. s. Advance, via
Colon (mall for Guatemala, must be di
rected "per s. s. Advance"); at 6:30 p. m.
for JAMAICA, per k. s Admiral Farra
gut. from Boston.
WEDNESDAY At 12:30 p. m. (supplement
ary 1 ti. m) for TURKS ISLAND and
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, per s. H. Semi
nole. THURSDAY At 6:30 a. m. for BRAZIL,
per s. s. Cnpri, via Pernambuco and Rio
Granele d tiul (mall for Northern Brazil
must be directed "per s. s. Capri"): at
8 n. m. for CUBA, YI'CATAX, I'AM
1'ECIIE, TABASCO and CHIAPAS, p.r
s. s. Esperanza (mall for other parts of
Mexico must lie directed "per s. s. E.ipe-r-ana"i:
at H a. m. for BERMUDA, p.r
8. s. Trinidad; at 6.3i p. m. for JAMAICA,
per . s. Admiral S' hley. from Boston;
at 11:30 p. in. for NEWFOUNDLAND,
per s. s. Oorean, from Philadelphia (mail
must be directed "per s. a. Oorean")
FRIDAY At 10 a. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND direct, p r s. s. Silvia; at 12 in.
for MEXICO, per 8. 8. Matanzus. via,
Tamplco (mail must be directed "per s. s.
SATURDAY At 9 a. m. for PONCE, p.r
s. 8. Ponce (mall for other parts eif Porto
Rico must be directed "per s. s. police-");
at 9 a. in. (supplemental v 9:30 a. m I for
PORTO RICO (e-xoept Ponce), CURAC AO
and VENEZUELA, pe-r s. s. . Phllad. I
plili (mall for Police, Savnnllla and Car
tagena must be directed "pe r s s. Phila
delphia,"); at 9:3o a. m. (supplemental y
1":: a. m ) for LEEWARD and WIND
WARD ISLANDS. and 1 1 RITISi I. DUTCH
and FRENCH UUIA.NA. pur s. a. Font.i
belle onHll for Grenada and Trinidad
must be directed "per s. s. Fontab.-lle-" i ;
at 9:3" a. m. supplementary M 30 a. in.)
for FORTUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA. SA
VANILUX and CARTAGENA, per s. s.
Altai (mail for Costa Rica must bo di
rected "per . s. Altai"); at 9:30 a m
(supplementary lo.'lo a. m.) for HAITI
and SANTA MARTA. per s. s. Adiron
dack: at lo a. m. for CURA. per s. s.
Mexico, via Havana: at 12. 3i p. m for
CUBA, pe-r s. s. Parran. via Matanzas
(ordinary mail only, which must be di
rected "per . s. Parran' ).
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Bvdney. and thence by pteamer. close at
this office dally at 6 10 p. m. (connecting
close he-re every Moi.dHV. ''cinesday and
Saturday). Mails for Miqoclon by rail to
Boston, and thence bv steamer, i-lose at
tiua ciirtre .lady at (;) p. in. Malls for
Cuba, by rail to Florida, and thence by
steamers, are dispatined ouily, ex
cept Thursday, final connecting cloa s,
for diDjydlcU Viet Purl luuipa ou
I'tiliToi Kit i; no I'll E.
. .1 vs
via Miami, on M u.iavs ami (ti,r.
il.ivs at 6.3 p. t:. M.il.s for i tlco City,
ov.rl.iod. jti-s sp.-eirtiiy ar.dr.-ssed for
el. -ret! b bv sie.tntcr. e lo o at tin office
Ca ..- .An pt Sunday at 1 : and lu.ui p m
Mind. - at 1 p. in. and 11 .'to p m. Nlsdj
for Cot-tit Kleii, B.-'lr-, Puerto Col tei and
ti uat. -mi 1 i, ly rail to New Orleans, timl
til me by M-inner, close at this eifflca
on I v e-xiiot Mind uy at 'Ufo p. m , (,in
iiy nt 1:V p. in. teon lectH-.i closes her
.M -udavs 1. r Belize', 1 t.erto Cortes and
ti i.it. n.al i. si:d Tu. sd.iy for Costa Rle.v)
Re gisiered mail closes at b:u0 p. m. pre-
iuu d.i y.
Truiispne tl.e lnlls,
V. ill for the Philippine Islands, via Srtn
Francisco. cloe here dahv at 6.3" p. m.
up to May il:h. Inclusive, ior dispatch
p. r U S transport.
M tile for Hawaii. China. Japan and Philip
pine I v 1 mil, via H in Francisco, close
lure dally at tl: M p. m up to May 13th,
Inclusive, for dlsnati'h per s s. Peru.
Malls for china and Japan, via Seattle,
i lose he re dull) nt p. m. up to M.v
14th, iiiehisivi-. for dispatch per a. s. Kin
sliiu Mara. (Registered mall must l-a
uirei ti d "via S.-a 1 1 le"l
Malls for Australia, texrept West Aus
tralia, which Is forwarded via Europe),
New Zealand, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii,
via San Francisco, c'osx hero dally at B:'I
p m after April 2.ih and up to May
i.'tli, Inclusive, or tin ii rrivaf of s. s.
Campania, due at Nw York May 17th,
- r o:-o ab h per s. s. Ventura
M ills f. r China aiu' Japan, via S'att'a and,
Victoria, H. C, close lu re daily nt 6 30
p. in up to May 2uh. Inclusive, for dis
patch p. r s, s. Empress of In.lta (regis,
let-. .1 malt must be speclaKy addressed.
( M.-r.ii indlse tor the I . S. Postal agency
at S' ai.'-hal cannot he forwarded via
'a nulii i.
Mils for Haw-all. Japan and China lal.
I. Her mail and sepnately ad.lri ss.-d peri
odicals to: the IMilllppirie islands, via
Manila), vie San Francisco, close here
daily at .;'.) p. m. up to May 22d, lu
e luvlve. for illspaich per s. s. Coptic.
Mails tor China and japan, via I'acoma.
close- here dully at lieto p. m. up to Alay
-Mil. inclusive, for dispatch per s. s.
Mads lot Australia (except West Australia,
which goes via Europe-, and New .eiilanii,
which goo via San lianeiseoi, and FIJI
Isl mds. vii Seattle and Victoria, H. C,
elos,. lure dally at 6.:o p. rn. niter May
"Kill nud tip to May 21th. inclusive, for
dis nt. h i ei- s s. Mlovvi ra.
Mails lor llawaiV via San Franclsce. etoa
here daily at ti:;w p. m. up to May 26th,
Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Alamedii.
Malls for Tahlu and Marquesas Island,
via San Francisco, e!os here daily at
0::.i p. m. up to June. Mth, Incittsivr, for
ill: patch per s. s. Australia.
Transpacific mall- nr forwarded to port
o' calling dally and the schedule of clos
ing Is nirnng.d on Hie presumption of
their uninterrupted overitnrt transit.
Ilcglster.-d mail closes at 6:00 p. m.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster
Poslollice, New York, N. Y'., May !), 1!2.
n All. WAY TI.MB C AR II.
INION STATION lOTIi AND MARC Y.
I nlen I'ncllle.
Overland Limited ft 9:10 am a 7:30 pm
Fast Mall a 8:.0 am a 3 23 pm
California Express a 4:25 pin
l'aclilc Express all :30 pm
Eastern Express a 4:35 pm
Atlantic Express B4f:"" am
Llneoln-Stromshurg Ex.b 4:03 pm bl2:30 pm
Grand Island Local ...b 5:30 pm b D:35 am
t lili-ngii, ililhvniikre A- St. Paul.
Chiengo Limited a 6:00 pm a 8:03 am
Chicago & Omaha Ex..b 7:15 am b 3:40 pm
St IjO-jIs Express nl0:00 am a 6:23 pm
K. C. iVt St. L. Kxprcs-.al0:a0 pm a 6:16 am
St. Louis ' Cannon Ball"
Express a 6:13 pm a 8:20 am
St. Louis Local, Council
Bluffs al0:00 am a 10:30 pm
llilcngei, Rock luirnd and i'aclne,
Chicago Daylight a 7;oo am a S.3o pm
Chicago Express bllili am a 6 : 05 pm
Des Ivloiiua Local a 4:u0 pin bll;a0 am
Chicago Fast Express.. a 4:36 pm a 1:3j pm
Des Moines, Rock 1b-
lauid and Chicago a 7:40 pm a S:2j am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs, ,
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:30 pm a 4:13 pm
Colo., Texas, Cul. &
Oklahoma. Flyer a 5:20 pm a 9:50 ant
Illinois I rut nil.
Chicago Express a 7:20 am a 6:10 p..
Cnicugu. Minneapolis &
St. ruul Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:05 am
Minneapolis & tit. 1'aul
Express b 7:20 am bl0:35 pm
Chicago Express alu:3o pm
Chicago tV. northwestern.
"The Northwestern Line."
Chicago Special a:10um all:20 pm
Chicaap) l ussungur a4:lopm a k:w am
Eastern Express alO:uj am a 4 (lo pm
Eastern tipecial ...a 4:ua pin a 4 06 pm
kiial Mall - l.vj urn a 2,40 pin
omahu-c hliu-jo L t d. ..a 7:4u pm a 9:20 am
Fast Man a t:J0 am
Cedar napids Pass a b:30 pm
Twin City Express a 7:05 am alo;25 pin
Twin City Limited a V:oj pm a s;4cl am
Sioux City Local a 6:1a am a 3:o pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 10TII & W LUSTER
Fremont, lilkhara & Missouri Valley.
Black Hills, Dead wood.
Hot Springs a 3:00 pm a 5:00 pm
Wyoming. Casper and
Douglas d 3:00 pm e 5:00 pm
Hastings, York, David
city, aupe rlor, Geneva.,
Exeter and Sewurd....b J:00 pm b 6:00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont b 7:30 am b 10:25 am
Fremont Local o 7:30 am
Nebraska Local, Via
W eeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:25 am
tklcuitu, St. Paul, Mlnuraiiulii v
Out ah ii.
Twin City Passenger. ...a 6:30 am a 9:00 pm
Sioux city PuBciiger...a 2:u0 pm ull:20 am
Emerson Local ...u t:4u pm b l:4u tun
HI It LING I ON STA'IIO.N lOTIi A. M ABO.X
c lileago, nurlliiBtou A Quincy.
Chicago Special a 7:oo am a 4:o5 pm
Chicago Veslibuled Ex..u a. 00 pin a 5:45 am
Chicago Local a 9:30 am all-oo pm
Chicago Limited a 7:00 pm a 7:45 am
Fust Mall a 2:40 pm
Hurling Ion A Missouri River.
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8:40 am bll:5o am
Nebraska Express a 8:40 am a 7:35 pin
De nver Limited a 4:25 pm (:lu um
Blut-k Hills anil Pugel V
Sound Express all:10 pm a 3:00 pm
Flyer a 3:00 pm
Lincoln Fast Mull b 3:00 pm a 9:17 am
Fort Crook arm Platts-
rnouth b 3:20 pm bll:05 am
Hellevue & Pacllic Jet. ..a 7:4o pm a b;2o am
Bellevuu& l'aclilc Jet. ..a 3:00 am
haulm Illy, ! Joseph cV Cosinoll
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9 20 am a (:05 pm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm all:15 am
Kunsua City Nilit Ex...ulo:30 pm a 6:15 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, c Bun
day only, d Dally except Saturday. Daily
t IE AM Kill PH.
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Balling rasularly bAtweon
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May 17..J0 a. m.
Steamer 0 1 0 1 0 il U d iil May "4, 10 a. m.
bteamer W Potsdam May 31, 10 a. m.
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