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TOE OMAHA PA1LT ITEEt FRIDAY, "MATT 10, 1002.
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'Tenia; edltlen ana til 1(0 an.
fee aeernln an Snaa eg I tie.
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fcered cheek, eaa have answer
4raeg ta a btitt letter la ear
f The Bee. Answer a ndreee4 will
he deliver areaeatattaa af la
a keek nlr.
WORK by the day. 2G31 Bherman ave.
HANTllft-MALE HELf .
A LIVE man of good address capable of
earning irom yju to ti a whk to ftil
permanent position; experienced salesman
preferred. Call with reference to hi. 4.
Stanley, Paxton Hotel, Omaha, Saturday
after a. m. B 17 it
GOOD messengers wanted; Increased pay,
A. D. T. CO., kU South lath.
16 FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you live In tne country or In a email
town and ' have a good acquaintance
among lha farmers and clock raisers In
tne nelgnuornoou you can make o easily
by four or live hours worn. Write ua
and wa will aend your our proposition,
The Bee publishing Co., bollcUors' Dept.,
Omaha. Neb. tjcnu
WANTED, a good man In every county to
take subscriptions lor The Twentieth Cen
tury tanner. Our agents make good
wages everywhere. Heierenc.es required.
Address Twentieth. Century Farmer,
, Omaha, Neo. B-u
THREE or four good men wanted; tiuo per
montM. iail tzi paxton oioca. u ai. s
V ANTED, salesmen to solicit orders on
new uroDoeilion by which you can earn
1 to fc a liny; yojng men from ii to
ueelreu, wno are nustiera and wen recom
mended. Itooin iu unmna uee mag.
WANTED, a gentleman desires to taka
private lessoiiu In French two evenings
each week. Must call at my residence.
Address, stating method of teaching. X
42, iee. - n m,u
Q. R, RATHBUN gives private lessons In
bookkeeping. Room 16, Commercial Na
tional bank. 14 HW
WANTED Two good gunsmiths at once;
i . . . r j . l-
Schumann, Memphis, Tenn. b M774 22
STRICTLY first-class soda dlsDncer. also
omblnailon Ice cream and candy maker
and a good barn man. ii. a. uranam.
Mia and Farnam. ... t ssi
A MERCANTILE agency wants repre
sentatives; salary and commission. Box
t D 2oo, Boulder. Colorado. a w li-
'8TR0NG boy of 18 to do packing, deliver
ing and general store work. Slate refer-
ence tug eaiaiy vAvcum. Auurrsn, a im.
Uee. . 11 lia la
WANTED A arood all-around bread and
cake baker; good wages for the right
man; single man preferred. Aanreas
A 36, Dee. B 137 lo
tenders, to work on Unity Temple; steady
work for several months. Apply to Henry
L. Brennlng. Douglas, wyo. u-miu 19
WANTED, a good, steady butcher with
small capital will find a splendid opening
in northeastern town ot riebrasxa;
first-class butcher shoD. centrally located
lust Vacated, where a successful business
una Ifffd uohb lui jrai,, im, im nfjivjii-
did chance for the right man. For ln
formation address Z 66, Bee office.
WANTED, a flrst-clasa bushelman, with
ability as salesman; steady work. Ad'
dress A 3, nee, stating salary required.
B 160 15
WANTED, at once, two good sign paint
era: aiso two good bulletin painters. Ad
dresa Geo. Snerer Sign Co., Minneapolis,
Minn. U-U1.8 16
WANTED, flrst-clasa bookbinder ar
finisher, at ones. Address A Rank, F
Dodger la. B M17 IT
,v . , 'i , , i i . '
WANTED, carpenters. Address Otto Koer
tmr. Contractor, Yulen, jeb.
B M169 13
P SUING salesmen can learn of something
to their advantage by writing The Hawks
Nursery Co., Milwaukee, Win.
B 18 J14
WANTED, 2 coatmakers, price, $6.60 up.
Elliott ft Gortnly, Eagle Grove, la.
WANTED, a competent clothing salesman;
references rsqulred; good salary paid,
'iahn ft Co.. St. Joseph, Mo. B 181 15
WANTED, men on' commission, good ref
erences, to help organise locally every-
here the People's Universal trust. Ad
dress Walter Vrooman, 316 Century build
t ig, Kansas City. Mo. B MJ96 16
WANTED, four woll-dressed business men
that are Well acquainted In Omaha and
vU.'lnlty who are willing to work. Wages,
to .'Ight pasty, not lens than $100 per
month. Inquire from 9:30 to IS a. m.
Georg T. Hull, 2U6-210 Bee building.
B M191 a
.WANTED, young man as collector, as
sistant bookkeeper, one who can use type.
writer prefrrreu; must be well acquainted
In city. A 46, Bee. B MJ02 18
SALESMEN wanted for full line of fruit
and ornamental trees; pay weekly; outfit
free. Lewron.ce Nursery company, Law
rence, Kan. 668 J 19
WE- IlaVE 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
buslnees; they must be men of high
stanulng, have some knowlodite ot live
tock and good business ability; we fur
nish wagons for sjrh man and offer ex
eeDllonal Inducements to permanent sales
men; bond required; send for application
blank. The F. E. Sanborn Company,
cimaoa. Men. . . Mii M.a
ALE8MEN. up-to-date, active, to sell
first-class groceries direct to consumers
at wholesale: trade Is permanent and
profitable: llrst-claaa territory and liberal
Inducements. George Meldrum ft Co., fal
ana u n. ureen bu, Chicago, in.
... , 186 15
A GOOD and experienced traveling sales
man for wlnea and liquors for South
Dakota and Iowa. Applicants must apply
with reference. Good position and salary
for right party. Address A. Hreslaoer
ft Co., 243 Broadway, Milwaukee, wis.
M 2i is
good wages; also boy for barn work. 4
8, 2Hth, corner Mason. M121 1
W ANTKO FEMALE! HELP.
AN ENERGETIC woman not under 26 to
fill permanent position. . having had
experience in hauaaug r tavi preferred.
Position will pay at least $-5 a wetk
Apply Saturday at 2 p. m. to E. J.
Siauley, Paxton Hotel. Omaha.
C 18S 16
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn balrdresaliig, manicuring and chi
ropody aid scientific massage. Call or
write Room Im. bee UUg. C 29t
aW Girls. Call Canadian office, lith ft Dodge.
WANTED, deaervtng young lady or gentle
man to lake life scholarship In Omlia s
best busluasa and shorthand college and
pay for It when course is Unlabel and
position secured. Aaaress A 1. ties.
WANTED, a teacher to Instruct the
French lanmiaae lo a cluka of three,
twice a week; Mate tarsus. Ad.lresa
Z 64. Bee. C-MU
riKST-CLASS wilt! and skirt makers
must be experienced, no other need am'iy
m Address Si eblrk s Dressmaking lv ai t
aaenc Dead Wood. 8. D. c vn E
WANTED, a teacher for remunerative
position during vacation: permanent If
sausiaciory. Aairau A iz. Alee.
C M1S9 14
WANTED, a good competent girl at l'U
a. Ave.; gooa wages. w itu
WANTED, exnerienced salesladies In rlove.
yetitug and dresa Irtnimlng department.
..- wiiHwti as awsb MMmiwt n"".
... - O-HXU
KEUABLE girl for general housework. I
Mrs. c. uuncn, iimi a.
C M172 17
ll Fark are.
good wagf. Apply ti
family of thi
N. IMh st
FOR REJIT HOliKS.
VANS and baggage wagons.
Til MOVK rleht set Omaha Van Btorses
Co.; onice kutt r arnam, or xaia. i:-'m.
HOI IQPQ ,n " rkrta of city. The O.
F. Davla Co., 662 Bee Blrig.
HOLBE9. atores. Bemls, Paxton block.
10-ROOM houe, with bastment, 2Sth and
Jsckson. up": good location. t. ti.
Turkington. 606 Bee. D M361
FOR RENT, 7-room house. 22d and Cali
fornia bis., ail moaern. in arooa repair.
large yard. Inquire at 6U7 N. T. Ilfe
building. . D 1I97
BEE PAYNE, POSTWICK ft CO. tor choice
bouses. eul-Z N. X. Ule Uldg. Mel. lom.
. - D io2
HOUSES and flats. Rlngwalt, Barker block I
u ui i
FOR RENT, -room, modern, detached
house, newly painted and papered, -
2621 Capitol Ave. Tel. 671. B.
. H. Konisoti.
UNEOUAI.ED. central, modem 4 and 5-
room Hats. Tlxara. n. zsa si. i-wi
HOUSES, etc. F. V. Wead. 1624 Douglas.
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON, 1203 Farnam St.
Maggard V. ft S. Co., 1713 Webster. Tel 1496.
u vrt i
FOR RENT, 3311 Burt St., a large fine resl- I
dence, 9 rooms, and thoroughly modern,
hot water heat, steel range In kitchen,
u,i . with mhnA trea: rn-lll rent
to a flrst-cfass tenant from June 8 for $jt
per month. Inquire on premises.
' D M147 30
FOR RENT, residence, all modem, m N.
42d St.. to desirable tenant. $22.50. C. K.
Herring. 707 N. Y. Life. D M154 1
FOR RENT, six-room cottage, city water;
12.00 per month: Uin Caldwell street. t.n
oulre James Goldsmith, room 18. U. 8.
Hank building. D M1SB 18
FOR RENT Fl R.N ISHED ROOMS.
FURNISHED roonia, All modem. 320 N.
lath ot, m w mia
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In the.
city. lu capoi Ave. a miwo
LARGE, also smaller room. 806 N. 19th St.
Hi loo ai&t
TWO housekeeping rooms, $8. 2623 SL
Mary's. E M214 M26
TWO well furnished south rooms. 2015
Douglas. F M272
FRONT room, modern. $8. 1717 Webster.
E 474 Junel
FOR RENT, a nice large furnished troM
room, with alcove, ivi a. sto at.
THI T.AVrjF! HOTRU ft4 B. Hth St.
E M743 J
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
TWO heautlful rnnnectlnar parlors, fur
nished or unfurnished: modern home;
large lawn; privilege of light housekeep
ing. 9K3 Burt. niaot
NEWLY furnished rooms, with good board.
307 N. 25th St. Jfi MB
NICELY furnished room, everything mod
ern; no other roomers. 2129 Farnam fit..
sa noor, west stae. lei. is-nm.
E M177 21
FIRNIS1IED ROOMS AJSD BOARD.
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney, rooms with board.
IT 404 JV110
WT room and board. 1923 California.
NICE rooms with good board; reasonable;
bath, gas, eiectrio iignt ana tetenoue.
411 N. 26th.
Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
ROOMS, fl rat-class board. 2224 Famam.
r mi i iy
FOR RENT IKFIRNISUED ROOMS.
nrif room snare. 35 per month, ground
floor room in ine nee ouiiuing. lacing
Farnam street; no expense for light, heat
or Janitor service, ic tj. riuti k o..
Rental Agents, Bes building. U US
SUITE of rooms, modern, housekeeping.
616 Georcla Ave. w sum
itmipi'RNISHKD rooms for liKht house
keeping, I0B BO. ln du inquire at o o.
GIRL for general housework. Mrs. Shook,
2617 r arnam. v. n z-
FOH RENT STORES AND OFFICE.
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu-
niaii bv The uee at io r arnam oi. it naa
i0" Atrl?!Ln,i TH"e-ei''nr!L.iChrno,n'
l,iiut, m - . r ,11
This will be rented very reasonably. If
interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 1(0, Bee building.
mn uf.nt. atora In ftrst-class location:
rent reasonable. Appiy n i tiers a
Co.. arounu noor, uee oiag. i zoo
FOR RENT, desk room or large space
suitable for mercnanaise oroitrr or party
doing business In wholesale district. In-
iniir. Uma k Co.. 916 Farnam St.
1311-XV .W, MlW v' ' B ' ,
1 JU-IW IS
FOR RENT, desk room, with roll top desk
snd phone. J. 11. jonnson, e in x.
WANTED, canvasalna- asents in every
county to solicit subscriptions to lilt.
TWENTIETH CENTURY, FARMER:
steady employment with assured good
Income; agents in the country with
horse and buggy especially desired; can
VBKsers maku exsily $i0 to $109 per month.
Address Century Farmer bollcUors
Bureau. Bee building, Omaha. 2X3
CANVASSING agents, this ad is worth
DOC. t UI out anu erim wnn our name iu
Joe 8auldlng, Council Bluffs. J 166 20
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, for light housekeeping. 4 to 6
rooms, must be modern. A . tw-e.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED, new or second-band mill work
ing machinery, 1 le-lncn band saw, 1 )or
2.-inch rip saw, 1 3o-incb plainer, 1 6 or
6 Inch mouluinj machine, I jointer. J. J.
Keete. bioux City, la. N M144) 16
TOR lAlt KIB.MTIRE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
uJ0 New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. O ill
FOR SALai HOUSES, WAGONS, KTC.
FOR S.'.LE, buggies, phaetons, carriages,
runaJouts, new and secondhand, at cut
prices. Repairing and trimming; also put
on rubber tires. PlcUIer, 3U and Lesv
eu worth bts. 1' Sia MJA
PAINTING snd repairs on wagons, etc.,
our specially. Ii. trust, 14ia and Leav
uuworth. Tel. 1447. P li
gEVERAL fine driving horses. Walter
Phelps, room D, N. Y. Life bldg.
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Imported
Shetland pony. Inquire of A. D. H run
dels. Bosloo Store. P Mr.
Fl'R SALE, cheap, good second-hand phae
ton. Call ta the evening. $U4 S. Hth st.
P M136 19
FOR SALE, fine saddle horst. knows all
the galls, either lady or gentleman eta
ride l.lin, can be aan aay aveniiig after
u cioca ax win ana center sts.
FOR SALE M1C ELLAS EOI S.
IDHAND safe cheap. Schwartx, 114 8. 13th.
FLE8CHER sells bicycles. 1(L3 Capitol Ave.
ZDHAND safe cheap. Delight, 1111 Farnam.
100 STTLEH trussea: catalogue free. Bher
man at McConnell l-rug Co., ltn and
Dodge, Omaha. U3U
WIRE fence for poultry, hog. lawn and
yarn, tiucn posts, tree gtiaras. virs
Works, 612 & ltth St. Tel. !.
Q M971 July
iinuiAn gooas ana re lies, iui r arnam
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to any
otner musical instrument; as up. i ne
Wlltman :o., 162- Farnam. Q 415
FOR SALE, scholarship In an Omaha
snortnana school, cneap. inquire m nn
11 lug. n earns
BICYCLES and phonographs on easy pay
ments to down, ii. w per weea; zanano
wheels, ta. W and $10: new wheels, $15.
Omaha Bicycle Co , 16th and Chicago Bts.
STAMP photos, lc each. Velox, 13 & Far m.
6EABROOKE Wall paper, m N 16th St.
FIR timbers for house movers, etc., 40 to 71
teet; criDoing ana nog rence. sui uuugias.
TYPEWRITERS, latest Remington. Bmlth-
I'remler. Densmore. replaced by 1HK
UNDERWOOD; low crlce. Rentals, $2.50
to $4 per month A. II. Workman et Co.,
1W Farnam. Phone 2439. U M533
8AM L BURNS for gaa fixtures.
BTEREOPTICANS and moving picture
machines, a. t. wurn, 140 Farnam st.
W 414 MM
CLOSING out household goods and stoves
cneap. uii uoute e L. aaioo rf
SECONDHAND billiard and pool tables
billiard tables repaired: a large stock of
cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc
The Brunswick, Balke, Collender Co.,
407-9 so. loth. VI oi
NEW and 2dhand typewriters.
FOR SALE, second-hand desks, chairs and
walnut office counter and railings, w a'
baBh office, 1415 Farnam st. Q M148
FOR SALE, comnlete outfit butchers' tools.
consisting or double cooler axis, gasoline
engine, butlalo chopper, etc., nearly new.
Addreas A. D. Heynolds, uenisnn. la.
FOR 8ALK. fine trottlnar roadster, young.
sound, safe. Price reasonable. Also, it
desired, buggy and harness. Address A
4B, Bee. Q M190 18
PROF. LEAHIE PARLORS, 1619 DODGE
Clairvoyant and Palmist
tells you all you want to know, every
hope, fear nd wish of your life, faults,
quality, capability, trade or profession
)VU MID Uetl IUIICU IUI IUIIUUAIO
unfortunate periods of life; breaks evil
Influences; how to win the one you love.
conquer enemies, restore lost anecuona;
advice on business, health, marriage,
divorce, etc Hours, 9 to 9. a Mtwa JJ
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass St
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist. 316 S. 15.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N.15, 2d floor. R. 1
MME, AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th. r. 7,
1 Mill IV11S
Mlddlemlss, wall paper cleaner. Tel. 1739,
U-JUlU J I
DR. ROY. chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous hair removed y electricity, it. u.
Frenxer block. u
PRIVATE. hoSDltaL before and durlna: con
nnement; babies adoptea. iaos urant st.
Mrs. Gardels. Tel. F-1183. U 324
FLESCHER will fix your bicycle right.
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring and chiro
pody, for ladles only, In connection with
The Balhery, 216-2JU aen ttidg,
RUPTURE permanently cured In 30 to 60
days; send lor circular, u. o. wood, M.
D., 6Z1 New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb,
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and
quickest.. Mrs. A. c. Mark, ii At ixiugias,
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesal
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 16JZ Doug'
laa. u sat
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with The ttatnery. rooms zio-ZJU Bee Bldg.
'lei. ilia. u-iuu
8HAMpooiNG and halrdresslng. 25c,
connection with The Bathery, H16-230 Bee
building. Tel. 1716. U 331
M. H. NASH Your deal with Ed has been
fixed. Come home. c. A. M. u 620 is'
VIAVA, woman's way to health. . Home
treatment Booklet free. 346 Bee Bldg.,
Omaha. U 334
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 15, 3d floor, r. 1
U M473 M16
RUPTURE cured, no pain, detention from
business; send for circulars. Empire
Rupture Curo Co., 933 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Omaha. U 33i
SEE Proctor, One pictures. 616 8v J6th.
U Sfi JS
ROOMS, IWrk So. 10th SL
DRESSMAKING and cutting taught with
Livingston Machine Academy, 17 Doug
las. U-MTT7 21
ELITE PARLORS. 615 & 16th St., 2d floor.
u At J I
DR. JAMES H. PEABODT has moved from
Caj'llol avenue to flat over Grahams
drug store, northeast corner Twenty
fourth and Farnam streets. U M753 23
LOWEST PRICES In accordion and side
pleating. The uoiaman Pleating Co,
2u0 Douglas block. U M76l
FOUND, beet Ice cresm soda In city, 6c.
Bnrauer s cstore, mn ana eewara.
U 843 J10
THERE ARE TWENTY REASONS WHY
lou Should Bmoke the.
First, they are the best on the market.
The other nineteen we won't mention.
$36 CRESCENT given away with each $22.56
cash you pay at lescher a, loci t. ap. Ave,
DO you eat In ragtime? Page 14 May
W hut to l.Bt. Mullle. U-U185 1
WILL Mlas Grace Woods, who was for
merly at J. R. a please aend her present
address A 60, Umana Bee. U all! ir
MU.XUl TO LOAM HEAL ESTATE.
4Vi PER CENT on business property.
per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE. 401 H. 16lh Bt
MONEY to loan on impr.ived Omaha real
estate. ttrrunan-Lova Co., sue b. 13th.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith Co., UHO Fariiam St.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
l aurnae. ii nai. u.u. uiu(. aei. ivw.
Sherwood, 937 N Y U
I PER CENT luana
Farnam. Qjrvin Bros
F. D. Wead, 1634 Douglas
LOW RATES. Private money.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Main Floor N. Y. Life Rldg.
4Vi TO I P. C. money.
Bemla, Paxton Blk.
WANTED, dtr and farm loans: also bonds
and warranis. R. C. Pelera A Co., I"u3
Facnaia bL, Bee Bldg. W U
MOEY TO LOA5I CHATTELS.
$ $ $ I $
WHEN IN NEED OF MONEY
DEAL WITH THE
AMERICAN LOAN CO.
LOANS FROM $10 TO 3200 MADS
On Furniture, Pianos, etc., and to people
holding a steady position, witnout pud
licit y or removing the property, and at
CHEATER AND EASIER RATES
than elsewhere. You caa havg the money
on the same day you ask lor it, ana tne
l ien can be paid off In easy weekly or
monthly paymenta, or aa your circum
stances will permit, thu enabling you to
pay without Inconvenience or worry.
Come In and talk It over with us.
AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
Room 3v3. Third Floor. Paxton Block
In nur tiresent location. Ileal with an old
reliable nrm ana estaoiun a creun uii
will be of use to you in ths future. We
make loana on Furniture, Pianos, Live
btock and to Salaried People. Our rates
n am low as anv and much lower than
many, our motto la. "Try to please." If
you have dealt with us and are pleased
tell others. If you are displeased tell us.
OMAHA WDHTilAHE LOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade Blag., 3u6 S. 16th SL
Established In IStt. iei. zm
LARGEST BUSINESS IN IX5AN8 TO
SALARIED 1'EOriJ!, mercnanis, team'
sters, boarding houses, etc., without s
ourltv. eaaleat terms: 40 offices In Pin
clpal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Tnde
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, eta . neeu, i . is.
LOANS on CHATTELS and SALARIES.
successors to J. W. TATLOE,
k?u Ptitnn Block. TEL. 745.
To accommodate our COUNCIL BLUFFS
patrons we nave estaonsneu eiegant ol
flces at ROOM 24, W1CKHAM BLDO.,
intersection Broadway ft Pearl Bts.
TEL. 8. X lot
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business connoenuai; lowest raiea.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
unvvv no A nn furniture, live stock.
jewelry, to saianea people. oicy iajsu
CO., SUO. to UUU ureen. s lia.ra.er umvu.
TO GET In or out of business call on Wll
llama, Room 411, McCagu building.
FOR SALE, the best hardware stock In the
beat agricultural section of lowa; large
annual trade; stock will invoice about
$iu,uu0; profits large; must close up an
estate Interest the only reason for selling.
Address V 40, Bee. x we
IF YOU want to BUY or SELL real es
tate call or write.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO..
4th floor N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
FOR SALE, A good, clean stock of grocer
ies, queensware and notions, one of the
beet staud'J in a live Nebraska town, do
ing a good business; reason for selling,
poor health. Address Grocer, Bee Ofhce,
Council Bluffs. XU.UI
FORTUNES easily made by small but wlsa
investments: the small capitalists' and
money savers' opportunity; write for our
Guide to Wealth. r Tralse & Co , 333
Unity Bldg., Chicago. x ausos axai-
$5,0U0 for controlling Interest in a rapidly
increnalns: leKltlniate manufacturing busi
ness, destined to be a very profitable
enterprise. Court oiosest investigation.
J. H. Johnson, ,ew orn ure.
- Y w9
FIRST-CLASS location for hotel; also gen
eral store; can convince you ot aeeira
bllity. The Lexlngtva, Bank, Lexington,
Neb. Y 794 16
EXPERIENCED partner wanted in tent
and awning business in good thriving
western town.. For n particulars address
,A6, uee. i
- doing $1(1,006 bualdess yearly, for $1,600
cash, worth $2,ouo. Adareau, Louis Wahl,
Le Mars, lowa. x
rnn rai.r. slock of shoes, dry Broods, fur
nishlng goods, clothing, chinawarj, and
notions; low rent; population i,ni rati'
wav oenter: rood farmlna country: bar
gain If takeu at once. Lock Box 337,
Ames, la. x-Miuz lb-
for RALE, stock of hardware and har
ness In town of 800 people in southwest
el II 1". A, m LULA WW
Address A 31. Bee.
stock will invoice about o,uuu
HAVE AN OPENING FOR
k responsible man with $10.UU0 to $20,00
canh; spienaia salary ana a cnance to
double money In one year. Lyman
Waterman, promoter of enterprises, 1349
B. ii6th Bt., city. x in is-
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your DUHineae or property iiuich., pro
' II. Johnson, 643 in. I. iie. x Miia
A MONEY MAKING PROPOSITION for
live man who can rurmsn siuu.uu to fjuo.uo.
Can make from $10 to $1'0 every day. Will
atajid anv kind of investigation. Call
after 10 a. m. on General Agent, room
7L Karbach Hotel. x la m
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bea. t 4s, Bee. d rasm
WILL exchange 41 lots In Dundee Place,
Omaha, clear ot incumbrance, tor suit
able Kansas City property. Address, The
United States Trust Company of Kansas
City, Mo. &i is
PIANO to trade for horse and buggy. J.
Levlne, w4 N. ltttn. 4U11 zi
FOR SALJU HA1. KSTATU.
HOMESTEADS free to all who have not
taken benefit. 01 nomesteaa law; itoseouu
reeervatiun opened soon; Chamberlain
lu.nd oBice. where you register tor clianc
and choice. Write A. R. Cottln, send $1.04
lor valuable information; 110 swindle;
perfectly sUglgUL, neferencea. Bank of
lowa sua uaavut, k,uNumiui, m, is.
rity best house oalnts. varnishes, eta.
quality blfiheat, prices lowest. XMauonai
Oil aud taill -., ll eunea ov.
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and arm lanas. ine u. ,
Davis Co., ttoom aw, iee uuiiuiiig.
IF YOU want one ot the nicest 3-room
homes in Hanscom riace 1 win give you
a bargain, owner leu oiijr. aiuat sen.
J. U. bherwood, M
it. s. a oma
BEE PAYNE. BOSTW1CK CO. for ebolc
bargains, oul-i N. X. uie 1U. iei. nut.
ALL A HOARD for California! KJ0.O00 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
feruie, llnest alfalfa and cattle country
on earth; Ku acres allowea earn person
permanent water rights sold on eaai
terms; railroad through these lands will
be completed in snort time; send 10 oents
for books and muua aud full informa
tlon. Held A Hebrr. agents, 147 South
Broadway, Los Angeles, cai.
RE M470 Ml
THREE MILLION acre corn, wheat, graz
ing and Irrigated land lor sale. t. it.
Ar.Jrua, Agent Santa re system, room
Union deuot. Kansas City. Mo.
Rii MS10 33
FOR SALE. Immediately, -room house
and lot, with large barn. 0. Anderson,
4em and u sts., two miiea west 01 f. o.
RE M119 !
RANCH and farm lands for sals by tne
Union Pacific Railroad company. 11. A,
McAlleater, land commissioner. Union Pa
ciho lleauviuartara. Omaha, Neb.
GEO RGB O. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals, Insj-auce. Brown block.
ALFALFA farm for ssle; 160 acres, 44, la
alfalfa; well Improved; going to Canada.
w rite to Lrlk Johnson, At. Z. Lexington,
RE sot M
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; else
fire Insjrsace. Bemla, Paxton block
FOR 8 ALE. three lots, with six-room cot
tage; price, $".M; owner leaving elty.
Address Z ti, e offie. . RS Mist
FOR IALB-REAL RSTATE.
FARMS If you wish to bur a grain, fruit
or stock farm, get my list ot western
Alien. gan tiower penmauiai oism'",
write today; they are going rapidly. S.
V. R- Hayes, Grand Rapids. Mich.
Hlv M4 JI
FOR SALE. 1.U0 acre of good farming
land. 12U acres In crops this yesr, at a
sacrifice. In central part of Nebraska. O.
11. Peterson, 63 N. lit. utrnxna.
kg tsa mir
Uil 1 1AMQOM CHARLES E. 1
THE OMAHA REALTY CO.. ln Douglaa
Bt.. upstairs; small houses for sale; cheap
building lets. Call for catalogue and price
list. 1'rivata money to loan on easy
terms. RE Sal
FOR LEASE OR RALE.
A beautiful country home of 20 acres with
9-room house, large barn and outbuild
ings, splendid water system, large lawn,
shade trees and fruit orchard. Three
miles from Omaha P. O.. on paved street.
Will make t to 5-year lease to right party.
A 23, Bee. RE Kt 18
Our next party leaves May
20, 1902. The F. E. & M. V.
Ry.,now building in Boyd Co.,
will be completed this fall, and
at that time lands will make a
big jump. Better go now.
POTTER, FORGAN & HASKELL,
420-21 N. Y. Life Bldg.
RE 133 15.
More Tiomes are belne built in Benson
than In all other suburbs combined, inis
la Himnlv because it offers the advan
tages. If you want to know how to get
a lot or e nome on easy terme can on
BENSON at CAR MICH A EL,
642 PAXTON BLOCK.
RE M171 17
BEAUTIFUL home. 8 rooms, modern, south
front, larae lot. rrice si.suu, siuau
amount down, balance monthly paymenta.
same as rent. Bemia, raxton dik.
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading
aDeclullat In dlseaaes 01 women in umana.
would call the attention of Buffering
ladies to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement and hla
treatment for irregularities, no matter
what cause, can or address, wnn stamp.
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block. i&U Dodge,
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C VAN SANT'S school, 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES' college, oourt reporter principal.
IN. X. Life. 3o6
NED. Business A Shorthand College, Boyd's
P. MELCHIOR, 13th and Harney, ma.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wits., make a SDS'
ciaity 01 tire escapes, snu iters, aoora ana
axes. u. Anareen, trop.. itci a. win bu
NOTICE, PAPER HANGERS.
OMAHA Steam Paste Co., manufactuer oi
paste for ail purposes; in barrels and nail
A , ... . tfi.m. .. I .. Ulll'l I 1 1.. -
STRAYED or stolen, brown mare, 1,350
pounds, 8 years old, white In face, one
nip sugptiy low, liberal reward, wai-wortb.-iiillis.er
Co., Union stock yards.
South omana. Lost Mlb3 16
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia, Vaughn, 430 Ramga Bldg.
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1263.
Send for price liat, cut flowers and plant.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly atteuded to. J. A. Ooulltree,
zotn ana unit streets. jio
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans
ceaspooia and vaults, removes garbage and
dead annuals at reauceo prices, rt. ta
Tel. 177 9. U6
G1D E. A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
bulte 61a, N. X. Uia ttidg. lei. 1664.
DR. A. T. HUNT, 613 McCagu Bldg. TeU
DR. MRS. MU81CK. Douglaa Blk. TeL 2621,
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co., 913
914 Jones, general storage and forwarding.
OM. Van Stor. Co., I6UV1 Farn. Tela. 1659-863.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy, 3041 Farnam.
BY THE day.
2311 Bo. ltlh Street.
FOR shrubs, vlnea, trees, etc., see the
Crescent City rales ground, south side o
Farnam and ast eta. 'Phone ittio.
. . . fw T 11" , n C4nt. V.H.hl. m n r. n. n. r. A
ing; all buslnkaa conndentlaL 1301 Douglas.
REDUCED prices In pleattngs
turklncs and abbllaueliia. For full In
formation Inqilre Ideal Pleating Co.. 1510
Howard HI- 771 J 7
WATERS PRINTINO COMPANY. Tele
phone Z190. 6U boulh Thirteenth street.
THE GARDENERS protect old age as well
as life. Charter members free. I'artlcu
lars from Frank Rosewater, aupreme
msnsBer. XTi Hee mag. TI4
COASTER brake put on, $6.00 at Flescher
ALPIRN buy all kinds of scrsp Iron and
metal 913 Douglaa at. Tel. 3471 129 '
Kef. EL PLATISO.
OMAHA Plating Co.. Be Bldg. TeL ttVH
. i . -i3
EDlt ATION AU
FRENCH. Spanish, fencing. 401 N. Wth st
WILL TRADE CERTIFIED milk for cows.
subject to tet for tuberculosis. Sanitary
Dairy, 3016 Farnam street; phone No. 41L
M MS MM
OMAHA Steam lAundry; shirts, 3c; collars.
He; cutis, 4c. 17s0 Leavenworth. Tel. bn.
MRS. MINER, children's photos specialty.
u in. lttn. -Hill s
. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 Bo. IMh.
JOB YOUSEN removed to 1411V Farnam Bt
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co.. 811 North 18th.
MACFARLAND at MAY, 306 N. Y. Life.
ItV 1.1 ,Tf
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE
STORES Office Purchasing Commissary
II. rl Armv. Armv Hullillnu Omaha. Neb..
Mav loth. ik' Sealed orooosals III trlnli-
cate for furnishing bacon, Issue, dry salt
cure, in craiea anu in s-iu. nei enna. uit"ii
breakfast, sliced, dry salt cure. In 1-lb. net
,111... nnu .11.1,1... V. 1 T Ml, VUIC, ' . . ,
will be received at thin office, at the ottlce
ot the Purchasing Commissary U. 8. Army,
Chlcaao. 111., and at the oltice of the l'ur-
hasThg Commissary L. 8. Army, Kansas
City, Mo., until 11 o'clock a. m., Wednes
day, May 21st, 1, at wnicn time ana
blaces they will be nub iclr opened.
Articles of domestic production or manu
facture win be preferred 10 tnose 01 tor-
ign origin, cost and quality being equal.
Specifications as to quantities, dates and
places 01 delivery, blank proposals ana
further Information lurnlshed on applica
tion to either offlce. Envelopes containing
proposals snouid be indorsed iroposais
for Subsistence Stores, to be opened Wed
nesday, May tlst, lixil," and addressed to
w M. it. ukuvb, captain, uommiasary,
purcnasing commissary, omana, men.
The annual meeting of the stockholder
of the Frrmont. Elkhorn & Missouri Val-
lev Railroad comnanv will be held at the
otnee or tne company in omana, web., on
Friday. May 23. l2. at 10 o'clock a. m. for
tne election or directors and the transac
tion of such other business as mav com
before tne meeting. J. Ii. KEDFIKLD,
(Should be read DAILY by all interested.
as changes may occur at any time).
Foreign malls for the week ending- Mav
17, 1902, will cloae (PROMPTLY In all cases)
at th General Postufllce, aa follows:
PARCELS POST MAILS close one hour
earlier than closing time snown below.
Parcels post malls for Germany cloae at
b p. m. weanesoay.
t"7orena.?at P'n?lrnha7e "?Vir M
cloalng time shown below, (except ".hat
supplementary malls lor Europe and
Central America, via Colon, cloae one hour
later at foreign station.
a a TrnniY a t 7 a m mr pd 1 wni?
SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN. PORT-
U UAU IL'Klilsi, EGYPT, GREECE,
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR-
QUEZ, per s. s. La Champagne, via
Havre (mall for other parte of Europe
must be directed "per B. s. La Cham-
pagne"); at 7:30 a. m. for NETHER-
LANDS direct, per .. a. Noordam (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Noordam");
at 9:80 a. m. (supplementary 11 a. m )
for EUROPE, per s. s. Saxonla, via
Queen.town; at 9:30 a. m. for SCOT LAND
aireci. wr u. Astoria (man must b f u
rected -per a. s. Astoria"); at 10 a7 m.
for ITALY direct, per s. s. Trave (mall
must be directed "per a. s. Trave").
PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer
iss.es piimeu , iisfis,
and aammes tor uermanr oniy. xna
n. pi... n f mall mltp fnr .-.fhjij. n. rt.
of Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless sbeolally directed by it.
After the closing of the supplementary
t ransatlantic mans namea aoove, audi-
tionai supplemental y inuni- are opened
on the piers of the American, English.
French and German steamers, and remain
open uiiiii wiiuiu luiuuic, vi iu, uhvi
of sailing Of steamer.
Mali fog Soath naa Central America,
West Indies. Ete.
FRIDAY At 10 a. to. for NEWFOUND
LAND direct, per s. a. Silvia; at 13 m.
for MEXICO, per s. s. Matanzas, via
Tamplco (mall must be directed "per s. a.
At a. m. for PONCE per
a. s. Ponce (mall for other parts of Porto
licu 111 11 bv lv unri-icu I'ei a. a. ruiicti t
t Q a m l.iinnUmAitlttrv Q-Uft - m
r -". ".'.
yomo kilo lexcept ponce), uikacao
and v ii.rMh.z:i r-ijA, per s. s. fnuanei
phla (mall for Ponce. Savanllla and Car
tagena must be directed "per a.' s. Phila
delphia"); at 9:30 a. m '.supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for LEEWARD and WIND
WARD ISLANDS, and BRITISH. DI TCH
and FRENCH GUIANA, per b. a. Font-
belle (mail for Grenada and Trinidad
must be directed "per a. a. Fontabelle ');
At 9:ao a. m. (supplementary iu:ao a. m l
for FORTUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA, 8A-
VANILLA and CARTAGENA, per a. s.
Altai (mall for Costa Klca must be dl-
rected "per a. s. Altai"); at 9:30
(supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for HAITI
and SANTA MARTA, per s. . Adiron
dack: at lo a. m. for CUBA, per a. s.
Mexico, via Havana; at 12:30 p. m. for
CUBA, per a. s. Parrac, Via Matanzas
(ordinary mall only, which must be di
rected "per s. a. rarran f.
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and tnence oy steamer, close at
lfils omce oany at : p. rn. tconnecuna
close here every Monday-, Wednesday and
Saturday). Mali for Mlquelon. by rail to
Hoston, ana tnence oy steamer, ciose st
this office daily at 6:30 p. m. Mails for
Cuba, by rail to Florida, and thence by
Steamera, are oispatcneo oany, ex
cept Thursday, final connecting closes,
days it 6:30 a. m.. for dispatch
via Miami, on Monaays snd Satur-
dispatch by steamer, close at this office
daily except Sunday at 1: and 11 30 p. m.,
Sundaya at 1 p. nv and 11 p. m. Malls
for Coste Rica. Bellas, Puerto Cortem and
Guatemala, by rail lo New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, close at this offlce
Mondays for Bellxe, Puerto Cortes and
Guaten-ala. and Tuesday for Costa Rica.)
dS: B ?
Malls for the Philippine Islands via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
up to May Uth. Inclusive, for dispatch
per U. S transport.
Malls for Hawaii, China, Japan and Philip-
pine islands, via San Francisco, close
nere dally at 6:30 p. ro. up to May mh,
inclusive, for dlscalch ier a. a. Peru.
Malls for China and JPn, via Seattle,
c ose here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to May
4th, Inclusive' for dispatch per . a. Kin-
shiu Maru. (Registered mall must I s
.dloT!tt-"Yi?.t;iVie"V . txr...
WW , W. n ..... 1...., . . AMW
tralia. which Is forwarded via Eurooe).
New Zealand. Fiji, Samoa and Hawaii,
via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:14
p. m. after April 3oth and up to May
17th. Inclusive, or on arrival of a. a.
Campania, due at New York May 17th.
Malls for Chin and Jaoan. via Seattle and
i ir uisufliru wr m. m. triitui av.
victoria, ti. c, nose nere daily at iwioi in circuit court today on tne charg of
p. m. up to May3oth, Inclusive, for dia- rlurv. Ihmann was lndl (a4 an a .1.1.-
fatcb per a. a. Empress of India (regis-
ered msll must be specially addressed,
(Merchanriis for the U. S. Postal agency
r-nSJia!,,h1 'nn0t orw,"r,le,I vl
Malls for Hswail. Japan and China (also
letter mail and separately addressed peri,
odlcals for the Philippine Islands, via
Manila), via San Francisco, cioie here
dally at 6:30 P. m. up to May ti, in
elusive, for dispatch per s. s. Coptic.
Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma,
close here dally at 6.3" p. m. up to May
Od. Inclusive, for dispatch per s. a.
Malls for Australia (except West Australia,
wnu-n goe via fcnrope. ana new xesisnd
which goes via rUn Francisco 1, and Fiji
Islands, via Seattle and VicUirla. B. C.,
rl.se here dally at r p. m. after May
17th and up to My Jtth, Inclusive, tor
(1 U list, h l' r s s. Mlowera
Mulls for Hawaii, via San Franelaoo, close
nrre nany at p. m. up 10 May TJfttn.
Inclusive, for dlsnairh rter s. s. AlumMiL
Mntls for Tahiti and Marquesas islands.
via San Francisco. clo here daily at
6 : p. m. up to June 4th. Inclusive, for
dispatch per a. s. Australia.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
rr siiiiina uanjr ana tne vcnvouiv 111 eioe
Ing Is srfai.s-ed on the presumvtlnn ot
their uninterrupted overrand transit.
Keslstered mall closes at 6.00 p. m.
CORNELIl'8 VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postomce, New York. N. Y., May 9, 1903.
IAILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION STATION IOTH AND MARC Y.
I alow I'arlflo.
....a 9:40 am a 7:o pm
....a 8:M am a t 36 pm "
...m 4:35 pm
.... a 7:00 am
Fast Mall ,
Llncoln-Stromsburg Ex.b 4 '" pm bl3:S0 pm ,
Grand Island Local ...b 1:30 pm b 9:36 am
t'hlragro, Milwaukee A St. Pawl.'
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 1:08 am
Chicago A Omaha Ex..b 7:16 am b 1:40 pm -
Bt Louis Express alo:00 am t IS pm
K. C at SL L. Exprcsi.aA0:5o pm a 6:16 am
St. Loula "Cannon Ball"
Express a 6:15 Dm 1:30 am
St. Louis Local, Council
Biurrs io:w am a io:K pm -
Chicago, Hock laic aid mm Paelale,
Chicago Daylight a 7:00 am a 9 35 pm
Chicago Express bll:16 am a 6:06 pm
Des Molnts Local a 4:00 cm bll.W am .
Chicago Fast Express.. 4:35 pm av 1.35 pm
Des Moines, mock is
land and Chicago a 7:40 pm 8:26 am
Lincoln. Colo. Springs,
Denver, Pueblo and
West 1:30 Dm a 4:16 cm
Colo., Texas, Cal. A
Oklahoma Flyer 5:20 pm a 9:60 am
Chicago -Express 7:20 mm a 6:10 pm
vnicago, Minneapolis ex
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm 8:06 am
Minneapolis at bt. Paul
Exuress b 7:30 am blO:Si hm
Chicago Express 10:36 pm
Chicago & Northwester.
"The Northwestern Line "
Chicago Special a 7:10, am all:30 pm
Chicago Paasenger a 4.1a pm a 8:00 am
Eastern Express al0:66 am 4 06 pm
Eastern Special V.. 4:o4 pm 4 06 pm
Fast Mall A C.oO pin a 8:40 pm
umaha-Chlcagu L t d. ..a 7:46 pm a 9.io am
Fast Mali a 6:30 am
Cedar Rapids I 'ass s:3o pm
Twin City express ,:( am al0:36 pm
Twin City Limited a 7.66 cm a i:to am
Sioux City Local 6:16 am a 8:60 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 15TH A WEBSTER
Fremoat, Elkhorn A Mlssowrl Valley.
. kbv. Arrive.
Black Hills. Deadwood,
Hot Springs a 3:00 pm 6:00 Dm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglaa d 8:09 pm 5:00 pm
Hastings, York, David
City, superior, ueneva,
Exeter and Seward. ...b 8:00 pm b (.00 Dm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont o 7:30 am bl0:25 am
c 7:30 am
Nebraska I-ocal, VI
Weeping water D 4:10 pm 10:2S am
Cklesugo, at. A'aul, Minneapolis as
Twin City Pasaenger ;;30 m . ,:00 pm
, NK1IIK 1.11V riBKUKVI
Hioux City Passenger... a 2 :u0 bin all:Suam
Emerson Local. ...b 6:40 pm b 8:4a am
BURLINGTON STAA ION 10TH A MASON
Chicago, Burlington A Qnlncy.
I Leave. Arrive.
Chicago Special 7 " 4:06 pm
ynicsxo wi .. 1. i ai:oam
Chicago Local 9:30 am all :00 pm
Chicago Limited 7.50 pm 7:45 am
asi " :w pro
iiarllnsloa A Mlsaoarl Hirer.
Wvmnr. Beatrice and
WcoTii ..... 8-40 m bli ss am
vi "aka ExIiVei ' ' a S:4o IS' J S2 '
nvtrirnft i 4 35 nS a s'H S
tlaXeTJti .A''v:, 6.45 m.
"Vtound Exbreii '.'mllM Dm a 1:00 m
v 7 ,t...iv...i.i '
T ,'yn Fast' Mail b 8-00 nm . 017 f
Crook '.no Plaiti- M Pm ' " m
geiievue A. Pacific Jet. ..a 7:40 pm 8li0 m
1 mmii n n m -Tit nm rvi 1 -f k. sa h
nellevue at racmo jct...a j:uu am
I tm "
Kansas Cltr Sav Ex 9:20 am a tns nm
st, Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm all: 15 am
1 Kansas City Night EX...al0:30 pm 6:16 am
1 Daily, b Dally except Sunday, e Sun-
day only, d Dally except Saturday. Dally
w york-Kotterdam. via Bouloxna.
New york-Kotterdam, via Boulogne, M.
New Twin-Screw . a. of 13,000 to us regwtar,
May 17, 10 a. m.
May 34, 10 a. rn.
May 31, 10 a. m.
iw nui Huui . .m , .1 u. iij
sUeet; J. & McNailr. IXil Farnam street;
H. S. Jones, XMi it arnam street ; Loula
Neeue, Flrat NaUonal Bank. Omaha.
ANCHOR UNB U. t. atAlL-STKAMBRg .
. .... I w . -. U . . .. ...... lilH 1..
galilus rasuiarlr 6aii
NSW VORK. Lu.SltuMltKRl A QLASOOWj
NBW VOHk. UlUKALXAk A MAPLgg.
Superior aceoramodalleaa, Kieallant Culetaa. Bran
rsard lor the comfort ef psnnsars stadiaualy esa-
I sta-rl and practiced.
slnsle or Round Trip tickets lasnad batwaas Nae
York and Scotch. Ensllsb. Irlih snd all PliBalpal
Contloantal poiiits at sttrsctlva rales. For ttckats
or intnl loturiuatisa sppir to HgNUKRgON baos..
isicaao, er aar tucil, aubkt,
CIRCUS TRAIN IN A WRECK
I bis tuvunta Are lajnre la A eel-
HARRISBURQ, Pa., May 16. Btg ean-
vasmen were Injured, three of them serl-
'f""" d "
traln of Torepaugh ft Sells Broaf. clrcu
at 6 o'clock this morning at Maryavllle. all
r""'',1 .htwc,l.r-K Tbe K,DJr. r'r
brought to the Harrlsburg hospital la
gravel train and their wounds dressed, after
which threa rf them lfi rn vnrb t
V1 ,nre 01 tnem ,e" ror York t0 J0,B
Those who are seriously Injured ret
Columbu DavU. Colored, of Martin county.
North Carolina; Charles Buritely. Louis-
TlIie Ky.. HarrT Sheaver. Bprlogfleld. Mo.
They w.r; hurt internally. ThJIth.
cut a'bd bruised about lb head. They grs
Robert Clark of Altoona, Edward Bargln of
3400 First avenue. New York. Jame C.
fi.artshaw of Richmond Va
BrM"1,w 01 R'Cbmona. Va.
The aocldent was caused by th breaking
0f truck under ear carrying large
,,.. t .
cnT" M!n. l Injured me
were Bleeping. Two car war wrecked.
eauslng delay of aeveral hour la th
. , ... ., "
movement of th train. Two section carry-
ing tbe performer and animals war behind
th section which w wrecked. Tb clrcu '
showed yeaterday at Lewis town.
On Trial lo Pnr)ary.
ST. LOUIS. May IS Julius Lehniann.
former member ot tb hou of delegates,
a . 1 . .
w" P'cea "a8" Ky S division
' ... ....
ment h mad before tb grand Jury whlls
t was iDquifing into th deal whereby tb
Suburb. Railroad company U alleged to
I have offered member of tbe bous and
1 eouncu iss,0O0 to pass franchise giving
I .. . . .v. 1.. ,
I u" rwa lum " ""' su-wets inn
Killed by Fence Wire.
LEAVENWORTH. Kan., May U.-Henry
Bodea. agtd 60 years, and Harvey Clay,
colored, aged 24, were killed instantly today
by coming In contavct with a barbed wire
I fence, acroae which a htoken eleelrlo Ugbt
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