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THE OMAHA- -DAILY DEE: FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1902.
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Aavertlaeaaeate for tees relasaa
will 'fee- tattea aatll 19) aa. for lae
avealna; edltloa ea4 III "):SO p. SB.
Cr moralBK and Saaaay eSltloa.
Half, 1 le war flrat leeertlea,
la a ward thereafter. Notalaa; tkf
far Ihaa Bfm far the flrat laser-
tlaa. Theee ad vertlaeaseal aaaet tea
Advertisers, ky reqneatlaa; m
fcered eaeck, raa have aaawcra ad
reaeed ta aasabered letter la car
f Tka Bar. iiawtn aa adareaaed will
ka dellvera aa araaaaiatlaa at tka
A 8TENOORAPHFR. When you want one
sail the-Jtemlngton Typewriter omce, 1U19
Farnam at. Telephone 157X A ! JM
WANTED By refined woman, position na
housekeeper for widower with children;
city preferred; good referancea. Address
D 39, life. A-M197 23
I t'OK HALF A DAY'S WOHK.
If ou live la lha country or la- a small
town and navo a good acquaintance
amdng the tafiners ana to raisers In
th neighborhood you carl muke to easily
by tour or ave hours worn. v rite us
and we will send your our proposition.
The bee Publlsning Co., Solicitors dept..
Omaha. Neb. USizU
WANTED, a good man In every county to
take subscriptions (or 'lbs Twentieth
Century Mariner. -Our agents make good
wages everywhere, Beieiencea requirsu.
Aautess Twentieth Century' Farmer,
Omaha, Neb. B bi4
SALESMEN wanted (o sell (rult trees; po
sition permanent; pay weekly; writs tor
particulars. Address Western Nursery
Company, Bales Dept., Lawrence, Kan
as. B-liu julya
DEMONSTRATOR to explain medicology,
LA) per week, llixenbaugn, Gou War b.a.
WANTED, men to learn barber trade;
eight weeks prepares for la position;
tools given each student; wages and ex
perience In shops Saturdays; positions
guaranteed; diplomas granted; particular
mailed tree. Aloler Barber College, lbli
Farnam St. ii .Usui 2J
WANTED, an estimator for planing mill
work. Address D 10, Be ofilce.
B MISS M
12 YOUN3 MEN from Omaha and vicinity
at onto to prepare for Positions' In the
Government Service. Apply to Inter
State Curies. Inst., Cedar Kaplds, la.
11 113 Jy-21
WANTED, a blacksmith, one who can do
horseshoeing and wagon repairing: must
be a sober man. Address C. W. Morgan,
Kawllns, Wyo. DMlbl
GOOD carpenters wanted, lowpst wages
$3.50 per day of eight hours; steady work.
Apply heud quarters. District and Huilding
Trades Council, 1133 Mission St., Han Fran
cisco. Over supply of all other trades.
B M180 30
WANTED A good upholsterer; steady em
ployment. Lnlon Maltreaa Co., Sioux
City, Iowa. B M198 27
WANTED, a boy about 20 year to take
care of home and cow and deliver gooda.
Apply 1723 Dodge St. B 2;1 27
WANTED German pharmacist for drug
department of general store; must be
willing to work in any part of the store
occasion requires; a good chance for
the right man; state salary expected and
Slve neceflnury particulars. Address
eorge Dudley, Canlstota, So. Dak.
. B-M224 29-
WANTED, bright, energetlo men to work
first-class proposition on a refined plan.
Call o ft. b. Thomas, 623 8. Itlth St..
Omaha, Neb.' B M21 28
WANTED, an experienced bill clerk; no
other need apply. D 44, Bee.
. . ' B-M2JS 28
WANTED, Insurance men of experience1
can offer you a good tiling. Call nt 9 p. m!
438 Board of Trade Bldg. . B 232
clerk, with about two years' ex
perience; state wages expected.- D 4, Beet
. . B Miu4 W.
.WANTED, a carpenter, with tools. In
Autre Ueorge 1 Hall, 208 Bee bldg.
A B-M24a 27
WANTED, a balloon .man. for the Fourth
Of July celebration. Address Ueorge Mc
I'herren, Bhtckley, Neb. B M.'-IO 28
WANTED, watchmaker and Jeweler at
once. Aauresa c. v. i. oi Carroll, la.
B M260 28
WANTED, first-class meat cotter? must
se ateaoy. ju. c cassin, coiuraous. jNeO.
D M249 28
SALESMEN wanted to carry side line of
dry goods and blankets direct from
looms to country retailers: good line for
competent man. The Lake wood Co., box
414, .Philadelphia, Fa. B hLM 27
WANTED, young man for railroad frelaht
ofllce, one who can write shorthand and
use ipyewrner;- -one wnn some railway
experience preferred. 307 Flrat National
oana. j MJ44 Zl
WANTED, a first-class, experienced aales
man, with established trade in Iowa, Da
kota and Nebraska in leather and shoe
store supply lines; must be strictly sober,
of unquestionable habits and character
and furnish. flcst-cUtsa credentials; a good
opening on fair salary, with excellent
prospects offered to soirle one who can
aemonsirate anility ana results; in ans
werlng stale experience and salary ex.
peoted. also average expense while on
the road. Henry Kletne 4c Co., 2no Lake
ai., wmcugo. MJal a
V ANTED, two young lady students to
I..,. I. 1 rrl r-mal A or ,n.r,u...ln .. . 1 V. 1
ropody acd sclenilno. massage. Call or
write xm'm hm, uee ciag. c M
KK) Qlrla. CaU Canadian offloe. IfiUi Dodge.
U A MT a . . . ........ I . . .
TTAi-.fis, unviTiiig iu.-.ii ittuir ur gentle
man ta take Ufa acholarshiu In Omaha's
beat bvalneaa and shorthand college and
pay fir It when course Is finished and
position ascureu. Aoare.a A i. Bee. .
GIRL for general housework. 201 S. 26th St
. . C-M82:
WANTED An experienced girl for genei
housework; family of three, btt N.
C M227 27
GOOD gtrl for general housework, family
vi tww, i'm run ave. i. mzo
rOR KBMT HOLgKt.
VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. 1196.
. D l$
Hfll IQPQ ' " Port c"y- The O
v - . Davis Co.. ua B
When You Write
temember It only takes an extra stroke or
iwo oi uii pen to mention tne tact toac
you saw tna ad in The Bee.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
co.; emoe mavt farnam, or leis. lfca-Mj
- u so
IEK PATNE. BOSTWICK4 CO., for choice
Bouaeo. ti. X. LAl Bldg. Tel. lUltL
FOR RENT, modern house near High
scnooi. lOe U. . Dvl Co., bus Bee B og.
UAOGARD Van 4k Storage Co. Tel. UM.
HOV8ES, eta F. p. Wead. VCi Douglas.
ElX-ROOM Oat, all modern. 1112 So. 11th.
V-room, modern, detached
house, newly painted and papered. tSo.
ol Capitol Ave. TeL 173. B. H Koblenn.
4314 FARNAM t rooms, modern, and barn
f-'o; 2itia Davenport, rtve rooms and barn
i ms i
CENTRAL, 4-room Oat Tlsard. n N. 13
at. . D-M 41
FOR RENT, t-room furnished house, mo J
era, In good conditio- and iheap )'H
Bo. JOth Ave. TeL A-27H0, D- I7
FOR RENT HOISES.
OCOD t-roora modern house. 3501 Blondo.
HOUSES, stores. Bemls. Paxton block.
HOUSES and flats. Rlngwalt, Barker block
GOOD modern I-room house. 2804 Blondo.
-ROOM brlrk dwelling, modern except
lurnace. Apiy m B. itn Bt. V Sii'J
1604 NORTH I4TH Rt., t-room modern
house with large barn; rent 125.00 per
month. William K. Potter, Receiver,
Omaha Loan Trust Co., Brown
Block. D M917-
2019 Marcy St., rooms, all modern and In
goon condition, wn per montn.
N. W. corner of 28th and Jackon flts., 10-
room modern nouse: nna just been put in
flrM-rlBsa reDalr. ITS ner ronth.
GEORQE AND COMPANT, 1601 FARNAM.
234 S. 18TH ST., 4-room cottage, city
water rent $7 ner month.
2746 8. 13th at., i-room cottage, city water
in Kitcnen, rent iio per montn.
William K. Potter, Receiver, Omaha Loan
ana irust co., wrn Brown mock.
' FURNISHED HOT7SE.
room modern house on 8. 4Hh St.! choice
location near Farnam street; 140 per
GEORGE AND COMPANT.
) D-M132 27
VNEQL'ALED, central, all modern. 7-room
nouse, t-room rat. i isara, zzu a. .
HOUSES-Boyer, 22d and Cuming. Tel. 2049.
FOR RENT Modern ten-room house, No.
4u4 l arnam; in nrst-rlass repair, good
barn, cement walks, shade trees; price,
125. Benson Carmlchael, 642 Paxton
Block. D M193
I1S.0O-NEW flats. MODERN, five rooms
earn. 2la isard st. Elegant place lor
small family at low rent. Payne Invest
ment Co., main floor N. T. L. bldg. Tel.
1781. D MJ18 29
FOR RENT, 8-room cottage, modern con
veniences, natn, rurnaoe, gas; large yarn
shndu trees, on car line. Inquire 129
Farnarr. St. D 231 28
FOR llK NT Fl'RNIsHED
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In the
lty. 1909 Capitol ave. E M836
DEWET European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
FOR RENT, pleasant room, good location,
witn or without ooaro; suitaDie tor two
gentlemen. 2204 Webster St. E M187 30
DESIRABLE rooms, first-class location.
2-24 Farnam. J ai jyi
LARGE front room for man and wife;
also furnished room, with . or without
board; modern. 2232 Farnam.
1712 Davenport St.
LARGE south front room, newly furnished,
strictly modern, for two gentlemen. zzi4
Capitol ave. E M247 29
NICE south ioom In strictly modern house.
Z217 Douglas. J-J M248 AT
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
TWO desirable front rooms, with alcoves.
The Pratt, zu o. atn su -umj
FURNISED front rooms with board. 314
Bouth 2th street. F ehe 2
THE Rose, 2020 Harney. Rooms 4V board.
FURNI8HED front rooms with board. 316
S. 26th st. r M3
FOR RENT CNFlRNIgHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, $5 pe month, ground
floor room In The Bee Duuuina. lacing
Farnam street; no expense ror light, heat
or janitor service, tu c. peters as co.,
rental agents. Bee' building. G 1U
TWO targe rooms for light housekeeping,
1 tM XT f .1 V. B ii . Q TO Ofl,
FOR KENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT, tha bulldina formerly oocu
uled by rne Bee at vi arnam st. it
has four stories ' and a bment which
waa formerly used as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
interested apply at once to C. C. Rose-
water, secretary, room jjw, ue Duuoing.
FOR RENT, store In .first-class location;
rent . reasonable. Appiy it. c. peters eg
Co., ground noor, at oiag. . i me
FOR RENT, desk room of large space
suitable tor mercoanoise Drcer or party
doing Dusiness in wnoiesaie aiatriot. in
quire Hene 4s Co., 916 Farnam at.
15th and Dodge Sts.
Finely lighted and ventilated offices
to let; singly 'or en suite. . Good
janitor and elevator service.
W. FARNAM SMITH CO.,
im FARNAM ST.
MODERN building in wholesale district
J), u. nun, iu jjuugias DC
1 bw J y-is
WANTED, canvassing agenta In every
county to solicit auoscriptions to lllHi
TWENTIETH CalNTUttl FARMER:
eteauy employment with assured good
Income; agenta in the country with
horse ana buggy especially aesired; oan
vavsers make easily tXJ to )1U9 per mouth.
Address Century Farmer bollcltors
bureau. Bee buuuing, Omaha. Ill
AGENTS wanted to make $10 a day selling
tne cyclone notary tuna van, greatest
seller known; big profits; write today
for agents' terms; sample postpaid toe.
i-nterprlse Fan Co., Ia4 Lake at., Chicago.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, to rent, medium alsed store
room near central part oi city. Address
U U, ilea. IS.M1VI t
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED Id-hand Clothing for cash. 1207
' rarnam. . . M JoJsi Jy. S
WANTED, good second-hand carriage.
Fred Hill, w oodbine, la. - N Mlfo 29
FOR SALE FIRNITIRK.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. TeL
2uju. New and aouond-haua, bougnt. aula.
exenangeu. i sei
FOR SALE UUHU.I, WAUONS, ETC.
FOR BALE, cheap, a Concord buggy, lata
PAINTING and repairs oa wagons, etOo
our specialty, ii. f rost, itu ana Leav
nworih. Tel. 1441. . . P iol
SEVERAL hne driving horses. Walter
fheips. moo in v. ti. x. cits Bldg.
TWO-SEATED top carriage rubber tires.
good rendition. Farreil Co., 8th and
Farnam. P MIU 27
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
W 1KB lenca for poultry, hog. 'awn and
yard, hach posts, tree guards. Wire
vt or as, aii a. iota oc ei iav.
FOR SALE, phonographs: superior to any
other musical uuir uuinni; tj up. The
w itlman Co., Ifiil farnam. tj Mg
NEW at.d Idhaad typewrUers. U19 Far
nam. w (i
FOR SALE secondhand desks, chairs and
walnut omce countsr and railings. Wi
basn omce. ma n arnam. hu y Mia
FOR SALE, nickel mint popcorn and pea
nut roast erf uaed one month,' price, $.
jonn u. uanue, vvanoo, r.o y kLioi a
KM STYLES truaaea: catalogue ree.' Bher
mau A MoCouueU Drug Ca, ,16th and
Dodge, Omaha, V c-47
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOlSi
NDIAN goods and relics, ill Farnam.
WHITE aawdtist; Season checked oak tim
bers cheap; hog fence, eta. ui Douglas.
ID1IAND safe cheap. Dsrlgh. 1119 Farnam.
3DHAND aefe cheap. Schwarts. U4 8. 13th.
SECONDHAND billiard and pooi tables:
Diuiara laoies repaired; a large stock oi
cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, eto.
The Brunswick Balke Collender Co., 407-1
South 10th. Q 61
FOR SALE, line Imported harness, brass
mounted ana trimmed; cost when new
1360: will rell for SM; can be seen at Doty
& Russell's barn, 8uth and Leavenworth
streeu. Q 6i
BICYCLES and phonographs on easy pay.
menis o aown, ii.no per weeg; J.mana
wheels, 15, 8 and lift: new wheels, $15.
Omaha Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago Bts.
FOR SALE, very cheap, I bicycle frames
ana wneeis, less tires and Cains; one
frame. I saddles, one pair handle bsr.
Inquire Jaa. E. Murphy, People's ?tnr
Q 235 2S .
TWO ELECTRIC MOTORS, one 4-horw
iriumpn ana one H-horse Crocker
Wheeler, with rheostat and speed regu
lator. Douglas Printing Co., 1B0S Howard.
Q 210 26
MRS FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Caaa st.
MRS. JACOBSON, 2206 N. tOth St.
s-ui J y IB-
MRS. DR. EDWARDS,
the noted trsnce medium, clairvoyant and
palmist, guarantees to her visitors com
plete satisfaction or no charge; all affairs
of life. If there Is anything you wish to
know, any desire of your heart unrati
fied, consult this girted woman, whoee
power has mystified the most skeptical.
What she has done for others she can do
for you. Your life will be made brighter,
happier and a path marked out that will
lead you to succeaa. Independent elate
and letter writings. Medium developei.
Persons living at a distance may write in
perfect confidence. Ill South 17th St.,
near Dodge street. Special services Sun
day at 7:30 p. m. at Woodman hall, corner
Capitol Ave. and 16th St. All are welcome.
MME. 8MITH, baths, 118 N. 16. 2d floor. R. 1
MME. AMES, vapor baths. 124 N. 15th, r 7.
T-MS41 Jl 13
DR. ROY, chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous hair removed oy electricity, n. is,
Frenser block. U 876
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con-
nnement, Dauies adopted, zjue urant sc.
Mrs. Qardeis. Tel. F-U82. U-877
HAIRDRE8SING, manicuring and chlro-
ouy, tor ladies only, in connection witn
be Batnery, xis-xm Bee oiag. u
ROOMS. 610ft So. 10th St.
U 693 JVM)
RUPTURE permanently cured In 30 to 60
days; aena tor circular, u. o. wood, ai.
D., 521 New York Life bldg., Omaha. Neb.
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and
quickest. Mrs. A. C. Mark, 17 Douglas,
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
ana retail, couina nano co., iva uoug
ELITE PARLORS, 615 S. 16th at., 2d floor.
U Mow jyT
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
witn xne Batnery, rooms zio-caj Bee biog.
Tel. 1716. U 883
SHAMPOOING and halrdresslng, 25c, In
comieciion Willi iui ouierjr, .iv-uj nee
ouiiaing. iei. hid. u
VIAVA, woman's way to health. Home
treatment, uooxiet tree, sie Bee Diog.,
Omaha. U too
LOWEST. PRICES In accordion and side
pleating. The Goldman Pleating Co.,
100 Douglas block. U-M781
EMPIRE RUPTURE CURh-932 N. T.
Lite bide. Omaha. Send for circulars.
U 469 "
PROF. JOHNSON cures all human dla
eases. 620 Bee building. Office hours, 9
a. m. :o i p. m. u 394 JyT
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 15, 2d floor, r I
U M825 Jyl6
DO THE SPIRITS RETURN? '
Is clairvoyance a fact? Rev. Harriet R.
Kdwaras or cnteago, tne noted exponent
of spiritual and occult philosophy, will
lecture and give tests Sunday at 7:30 p.
m. at Woodman hall, corner Capitol ave
nue and 16th street, opposite postoflico.
. U 236 26
PRIVATE home for ladles before and dur
ing confinement: babies adopted. 2620
Buroette. Mrs. Burget. t-MM Jy26
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4H PER CENT on business property.
y per ceni on resiuenue properly.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE. 401 a 15th St.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate, .urennan-iove co., sue B. in.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4k Co., 1320 Farnam st.
PRIVATE money. 8herwood, 837 N. Y. L.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, isi xiat. tuu Diog. Tel. 1648.
WANTED, city and farm loans: also bonds
ana warrants, n. l eiera et to., i7ul
Farnam St., uee Diog. w 91
LOW RATES. Private money.
VJLlVitli lNVE.aiMU.ISl. tUHf ANI,
Main Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
4Vk TO t P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton big.
I PER CENT loan. Garvin Bros., 1604
Farnam. . w 84
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas
H0O UP, low rate. Prlchard, 1701 Farnam.
MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS.
In advance uat what the transaction is
going to cost when you borrow oi us on
our partial payment pun. You can bor
row lor aix month or mure and return
the money In o.ie month if you choose,
and you are expected to pay for ouly
what time you keep It.
Our business is conducted aulcklv and
quietly. We do not charge you for mak
ing pa pets or filing mortgages, and we
never ueduct Interest In advance, as oth
We loan on furniture,' pianos, warehouse
receipts, live stock, etc., and . we make
without mortgage or indoraer. We court
a comuarison of rales, uavmenia. aio.
If you nave had dealings witn us and are
pittaeea ten vtners, ana ii you are dls-
uieaaea leu ua.
obiaha mortgage loan co.,
119 Board at Trade Bldg. Tel. 2296.
(Estaolished 189 ) law So. 16th bC
LA ROE ST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLU, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, ate., without se
curity: aaaleat terms; 40 offices In nrln.
cipal cities. Tolman, 44v Board of Trade
SALARY AND FURNITURE I11JH
Do you want money for long or short terms
at rat rareiy equaiea by competitors 1
"Its our business to huud.v It." AMR HI.
CAN LOAN CO.,' Third Floor. Paxton
oioca. JL sue
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley laa
co., sue to una ureea, I Barker Block.
MONEY loaned on plain note to aalarlod
people; ouaineaa conndentlal; lowest rates.
Igit raxioa moca. 'Ana jj. a. uutton co.
MO.EY TO- LOAS--CHATTEL.
SHORT ROUTS TO PAY DAY.
FLAfN, gUlET, PRIVATE Or K1CES.
TELL ua how much you want
AND how you want to ray.
Our simple, old-fashioned, solid methods
tnat can t neip but aiease you.
"WB LOAN ON PLAIN NOTE8,"
without mortgage or endorser. Our rates
EVERY 11 paid oft loan redu'-es cost
NOTHING deducted. NO charge tot
papera. IT pay ua to please you.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Room 101, Third Floor, Paxton Black.
Chattel and Salary Loane,
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Successor to J. W. Tsyloe.
TeL 745. 631 Paxton Block.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick, see J.
H. Johnson, b4l N. V. Life. Y-M175
BEST opening In the state for general
store, new DricK Duiidtng to rent on favor,
able terms. Address D 88, care Bee.
TO buy, sell or exchange a business. Call
on J. canan. At. a, isi f arnam st.
KOMO INCANDESCENT KEROSENE
GAS LAMP: no smell, smoke or danger:
, no wtcka; see It. Room 16, Merchant
hotel. Agents wanted for roenraska. etc.
MONET loaned on pianos, furniture, lew.
eiry. Horses, cows, ate. c. . Reed, 819 a. 13.
FOR SALE, furniture of a 10-room hums,
full or god paying - boarders, l block
from Harney, Dodge and Farnam cars,
4 blocks from 16th; cash offer only con
sidered. A aood thing for the right per-
' Hon. Houce rent reasonable. Adllrens O
1, Bee Y 260
TO GET In or out of Business call on Wil
liams, Room 411. MoCague Building.
ONE merry-go-round can have exclusive
Sriviiege free of grouna at rounn or
uly celebration at Waterloo, Neb. Ad
dress B. B. Hopper, chairman.
' Y-M214 Jy2
When You Write
remember it only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact tnat
you saw the ad in Toe Bee
WANTED, man with 1500, more or le.s.
can secure legitimate light manufacturing
business In which there Is no riak nor
competition and $6 to IS dally profl's. For
personal Interview address D 45, care Hoc.
FOR RENT, Hotel Clifton, furnlnhed com
plete John r.. Burns, scriuner, nto.
Y 238 Jy2
WILL exchange good oak, wardnbe tor
folding bed. c , Bee. jioiv
FINE grain and stock farm In central Ne
braska, to exenange ior small iarm near
Omaha or clear Improved property In
Omaha, Council Bluffs or South Omuha.
Call on or write Owner, 604 Bee bldg.,
Omaha. Telephone 1442. Z M243 29'
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Ull I 1AM;nM CHARLES E.,
!iiii.Hivii arnam street.
t Klfc 910
RANCH and farm lands for sale by tha
Union Pacific Railroad company. tJ. A.
McAUester, land commissioner, Union Pa
cillo Heauquaners, Omaha, Neb.
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property ana iarm tanas, ine u. .
Davis Co., Room 562, Bee building.
- RE 912
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, losns; also
nre insurance, uemis, xaxtun diock.
... . ... RE 911
FOR SALE, choice section of farm land.
worth I'O.uO per acre; every 'foot can be
cultivated; owner needs money, and will
sell cheaD If . taken this weiek. J. A.
.' Lovgren, 4th floor, PaxAon rtilook.
HOUSE FOR BALE.
83.000 for 8-room modern house.' northwest
corner zatn ana earner bib., m nrst-ciass
condition; also- good barn;: special as
aesaments bald in full. '
GEORGE AND COMPANY, 1H01 FARNAM,
, c it
IF YOU want one of the nicest 8-room
homes In Hahscom Place I will give you
a barge. in. owner left city. Must sell,
J. H, bberwood. 937 N. Y. L. Bldg.
' . KE-M151
8,620-acre stock and grain farm, the best
in tne state or vvasnington, nines irom
Larr-ona on the Great Northern R. R.;
1,00 acres under cultivation. 500 acres In
fine timothy, balance fine bunch-grass
pasture; a large living stream runs
through this olace: 7-room house, aood
well, two barns, all fenced" and crosR-
feaced. We have for sale ' over 300,Ou0
acres of improved and unimproved farm
lands In eastern Washington. G. A.
YANCEY-WILLIAMS COMPANY, 60
Riverside ave., bpokane, wnn,
RE M649 27
SEE PATNE, BOSTWICK CO. tor choice
bargains, eui-x n. x. J-.ue uiug. Tel. loitt,
A MONTHLY payment bargain in 8-room
nouse. u. ai.. xMatunger. irnone u.
GEORGE G. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals, insurance. Brown block.
FOR SALE, 11 acres fruit and garden land.
wen improved; two miles irom car line;
s-room nouse. Auuress iw o. lot St., uoun
ell Bluffs, la, ' ' RE M203 1
FOR SALE Neat cottage and full lot on
paved street, only !. Brennan-Love
Co.. 909 Bouth 13th Bt. K M226 1
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leadlna
specialist in diseases of women In Omaha,
Would call the attention of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
before And during confinement and his
treatment tor Irregularities, no matter
what cauae. Call or addreaa, with stamp,
Dr. Pries, Arlington Biotk, .0,11 Dodge,
FOR women only, Madam San Moys Jap
anese tablets, a reproduction In tablet
form ef a formula used aa a vaginal
douche by the- Japanese women for cen
turies. Immediate relief arlven In ralilnif
-or tipping of. the 'Uterus, ulceration, Ju-
corrnoea oaofoua, irritating or staining.
and all vaginal discharge, .ao disagree
able and weakening. .8eut Drenald mal
or expreaa. oil receipt of 13.00. Parla . and
Chicago. Chemical Company, Illinois Bang
ouuuing, cnicago, lit. Airawer eM.
OMAHA Steam Laundry: shirts, to; collars,
tc; cuffs, 4c 17SU Leavenworth. Tel. 647.
BEST laundry; The Chicago, 'phone 105.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 So. 11 in.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
NEBRASKA Collection company (Incor
porated, H New York Life bldg. 'Phone,
121. Damage suits orosevuted. Tha col.
lection of claims, large or amall, made
anywhere In the United Statea or foreign
countries by bonded attorneys. No col
lection, no charge. ' Bank reference fur-
r isnea on application U941 J29
THE wonderful Lambert Typewriter will no
the work of a tiuo machine; la rapid, efll--clent
and durable: to introduce will aell
a limited number at 120. Telephone, write
or can. Monroe Co., in n. istti Bt.
LOST, amall brown- water spaniel doe-
answers to the name of Don. Return to
lis d. utn at, city, ana receive reward .y
' . 1 AXISl Mill 27
L08T If the party who took the suit case
from Fsrnam street car Thursday morn
ing will return same to owner reward
win be paid and he Huestlona asked AdV-
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DID E. ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
. Suite 15, N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1664.
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P. MELCHIOR, 1.1th and Harney, ma.
OMAHA Safe end Iron Wka. make a spe
cialty of tire escspes snutters, doors ana
ssfes. G Andretn, Prop., lot S. 10th St.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work gnd repairing
promptly atienaea to. J. A. ocnutree,
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ALPIRN buys all kinds of scree Iron and
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STEAM DYE WORKS.
SUITS cleaned, pressed. tlJK. Ladles skirts
too, ine Canadian, m iftn ut.
970 Jy 14
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OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., IU North 16th.
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse 'Co., 911-
vil dunes, general sivrage anu luiwurami.
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is. x. cue. vu
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to A dvertisers
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Howard i. 198 Jy7
L. HENDERSON. 1511 Farnam. Tel. 1251.
Bend for price Hat, cut flowers and plants.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phone 2190. 611 South Thirteenth street,
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; an DUBiness contidentiai. isoi Douglas.
PROF. WRIGHT, voice, organ, piano. 315
itamge uik. ziv Jyl
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Delight's
ills Farnam atreec 281
OMAHA Plating Co., Bee Bldg. TeL 1535.
G. R. RATHBUN gives private lessons In
i i. .. - . . ii .r . . . nL
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools anu vauus, removes garbage ana
dead animals at reduced prloes. il N. 16.
Tel. 1779. 9J4
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CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
Sharpened, repaired. L I. Wka., 1401 Howard
DRESSMAKING In families or at home.
Mlsa Sturdy, 2042 Farnam. - 621 Jyll
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
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PATENTS Sues ft Co., Omaha, Neb.
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Foreign mails for the week ending June
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at the general postofllce as lollows: PAR
CELS POST MAILS close one hour earlier
than closing lime snown Deiow. rarceis
rioat mails for Germany close at I p. m.
Monday and Wednesday. ,
Resular and supplementary malls close
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rect, per s. s. Aller (mall must be di
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(sui)Dlementary 9 a. m.) for EUROPE,
per s. s. L'mbrta. via Queens town; at
7:30 a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct.
ere s. e. Btaatendam (moil must be di
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a. m. for ITALY street, per s. s. Cltta
dl Torino (mail must be directed "per
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directed ' per s. s. tiruoniana j.
PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer
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French and German steamers., and re
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lau biiu , .... . ... , i. a . . (.biwii
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a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FOR
TUNE 1S1.AM), JAMAICA, BAVANILLA
and CARTAGENA, per a. s. Alleghany
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OKNT1NH. URUGUAY and PARA
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for CUBA, per a. s. Ollnda. via Matansas
(ordinary mall only, which must be di
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and. thence by steamer, close at this
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by rail to Florida, and thence bv steam
ers, are dlsnatcned dally, except Thurs
day, final connecting closes, for dlpatch
via Port Tampa, on Mondays, Wednes
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die patch via Miami, on Mondavs and Snt.
urdays at 6:30 p. m. Malls for Mexico
City, overland, unlets specially addreei
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Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, by mil to
New Orleans, and thence by steamer,
cloe at this office dally except Sunday
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necting closes here Mondsys for Belize,
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days for Costa Rica). Registered mall
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pine Islands via San Francisco, close here
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slve, for dispatch per t. s. Hong Kong
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due at New York June 28, for dispatch
per s. s. Sonoma.
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dispatch per s. s. Empress of China
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Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
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' elusive, for dispatch per s. s. China.
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4, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Ta
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which goes via Europe and New Zealano.
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July 19, Inclusive, for dispatch per s.
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sailing dally and the schedule of closing
Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. Regie
tered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Postofflce, New York. N. Y.. June 20. 1902.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha, Neb., June 23, 1902. Sealed pro
posals, In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received at this office
until 10 a. m . central standard time. iuiy
23, 1902, for furnishing material and labor
in installing or sieam neaiing piania in un
commanding officer's Quarters and Ave
double sets officers' quarters at Fort Robin
son, Neb. Full information turnisnea on
application to this office, where plans and
specifications may be seen, or to the quar
termaster, Fort Robinson. Proposals to be
marked, "Proposals ror steam neaung,
and addressed to JOHN W. PULLMAN,
chief quartermaster. J24d4tjyl9-21
OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER
Omaha, Neb., June 24, 1902. Sealed pro
posals, in triplicate,, subject to tne usual
conditions, will be received at this office
and by the quartermaster, Jefferson Bar
racks, Mo., until 10 a. m., central standard
time, July 24, 1V0Z, tor tne construction or
a irame oanu iiina ai jrurrruii ubihus,
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cation to this office, where specifications
mav be seen, or to the Quartermaster. Jef
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as above Indicated. JNO. W. PULLMAN,
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SUPREME COURT SYLLABI
11fi!3. Vtflte of J V1lo--rl.l nsralnat
t'nlon Havings bank. Error from Ijincaster.
Altlrmed. Pound, C, department No. 1.
i. a cinim upon a stock suoscription
payable on call of the directors does not
accrue within the meaning of section 202,
chapter xxlll, Complied statutes, until a
rail is made; and then only for the amount
or tne can.
2. Creditors of an estate are not required
lo proeent their claims to the county court
or to the commissioners appointed to ex
amine claims by formal pleadings; a state
ment of the nature and amount of the
claim In the ordinary form of an account
or claim mil is sumcient.
1. On ppal to the district court from
an order of the county court allowing or .
rejecting a riaim against an estate plead
ings noca not ne niea unless directed ry
4. Such appeal, as In all other cases.
should be tried unnn the same Issues aa
those presented below.
6. Where there are no pleadings In the
district court, so that It cannot be known
In advance of trial that either party ex-
riects to raise Issues not presented below, '
t la proper to object to evidence offered in
support or sucn new issues at tne tnai,
and the evidence la properly excluded In
case it clearly appears from the transcript
that such Issue are raised on appeal for
. Where a claim against an estate nas
been assigned after filing, It may be pro
secuted in the name pf the person by whom
it was tiled.
7. If made in goofl faith for tne pur.
poses of the corporation, stockholders,
wnen sued upon ineir suoscription cannot
question the necessity of or occasion for
a call. The necessity or advisability of
making it rests entirely with the directors
or officers of the corporation to whom the
power has been entrusted.
a. l nere la no hduhb oi oim-renun im
refusing leave to file a Supplemental an
swer during the progress of a trial, where
no reason appears for not making the ap
plication before trial, and such application
is made without notice and without ten
dering any proposed answer.
11961. Perenoud against Helm. Error
from Red Willow. Reversed and remanded.
Barnes, C. Division No. 2.
1. In an action for malicious prosecution,
where advice of counsel Is relied upon as
a defense, defendant, who was the com-
rlalnlng witness In -the criminal proseou
lon, should not be allowed to testify that
ho related all of the circumstances to the
attorney whose advice he sought without
stating what such facts and circumstances
. 1. The defendant In such a case should
not be oermltted to testify that he be
lieved the plaintiff guilty of the crime with
wnicn ne cnargea nim witnout requiring,
him to state to the lury the facts and cir
cumstances on which he based his belief.
1. Where there is some competent evi
dence, tending to show that the attorney.
cor.suitea Dy tne aerennant was not un
lilttsed nnd unnrelttdiced in the matter, and
that defendant when he sought such advice
knew of that fact, the plaintiff is entitled
to have the Jury properly instructed on
that nuestlon. and It Is error for the trial
court to refuse to give such an Instruction.
11982. Noreen against Hansen. Error
from Dodge. 'Affirmed. Per curiam.
1. The statute (section l, chapter 1111, Com
tilled Statutes) making the uronertv of a
married woman liable for the payment of
all debts contracted for necessaries fur
nished to her family after execution against
her husband for such Indebtedness has been
returned unsstlsned, is not in conflict with
section 8 of the bill of rights.
2. in cases arising under tne proviso of
section 1 of the married woman s act the
cause of action does not arise, and the
statute of limitations does not begin to
run until an execution upon a Judgment
against the defendant's husband has been
1. Evidence examined and found sufficient
to sustain the Judgment.
1175. urexei against Keed. 11750. Drexel
against Rochester Loan and Building Com
pany. 11767. Drexel against Perkins. Errors
rrom Douglas. Keveraed. liaatlngs, c.
Division No. 1.
1. Section 242, chapter xxlll. Compiled
Statutes 1901, la repealed In effect by sec
tion 1 and 2 of act of February 28, 1881 en-
titled "An act providing for an appeal from
the declalons of the county court In cer
1. Under section S of the last mentioned
act It Is the duty of the county Judge to
transmit to the diatrlct court a transcript
of his proceedings within ten days after an
appeal from an order In probate Is per
fected. S. Under such section the county Judge
ha a ri..ht to payment of fees, but this
right may be waived and will be If ha has
established a regular mode of collecting his
fees, which Is compiled within the given
4. Taking a second appeal In a caue doea
not of Itself constitute an abandonment of
the first one.
5. Where a party has within - due - time
done all that Is legally required to perfect ,
an appeal and no waiver of transmission
of record by county Judge Is shown dis
trict court doe not lose Jurisdiction of ap.
peal by reason of ita being filed six days
11907. Mclntyre against Malone. Appeal'
from Otoe. Affirmed. Duffle, C, dlvlalon
No. 2. Unreported.
1. The state court shotild slay proceed
ings In a suit pending against a person
against whom proceedings In bankruptcy
have been commenced, either on his own
petition or by his creditors, if the pending '
Butt Is founded upon a claim "from which
a discharge la bankruptcy would be a re
lease. 2. The etate court m which the suit Is
pending Is the proper tribunal to which '
application for a atay should be made.
In re Cloister 97, Fed. Rep. S22.
S. Actions by a trustee In bankruptcy to
recover property In the . hands of third
fartles and which he claims a a part of
he bankrupt estate, mut be prosecuted
In the state court unless the defendant In'
such action consent that the same may be
prosecuted In the federal court. Bardea
agalnat Bank. 178 IT. S. 525.
4. In an action brought to set aside a
conveyance of land and aubject the name
to the payment of the plaintiff Judgment
the petition sufficiently states a cauae of
action If it" alleges thai the conveyance
was made for the purpose and with the
Intent to defraud creditors.
11910. Dlttman Hoot and Shoe rnmptnv
against Graft. Error from .Nemaha. Af
firmed. Barnes, C, division No. 2. Unre
1. Where the defendant. In his motion ti
dissolve an attachment, denies the truth of
tho facts stated in the affidavit on which
th attachment was obtained, the manner
of taking thC evidence On the hearing of
the motion. Is within the discretion of th
1. The practice In 'attachment casea In
the county courts where the amount In.
volved la above the Jurisdiction of a Justice
of the peace by chapter xx of the Compiled
Statute Is made the same as that which
prevails In the district court and tha court
has full power to hear motions to dissolve
attachments and make the proper ord-rs
1. Where the evidence taken in the county
court on a motion to dissolve an attach
ment la not preserved by a bill of excep
tions and Is not before the court of re
view It will be presumed that the evidence
waa sufficient to auatain the Judgment m l
order of the lower court.
ladlaaa Barber Aaaaaalaated.
TERRB HAUTE, Ind . June K While
slttinr In hla barber ahon at VhrminHuL
I Terrell Llpton waa shot and killed today!
M.lpton recently shot and seriously wounded
naniei watts ana tne omcers today are
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