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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEi MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1002.
will aa takn H 12 for tka
aveala- ealtteai aatll :30 . SB.
far aaorelaar Header edMlasv.
Hat, 1 1-2" ward Aral laacTttem,
la m ward thereafter. Netataa; takes
far lcaa thaa ZK for the flrat laser
tlaa. Tnee arerleta aaast fca
Advertiser, br reajaaatlaa; a iia
tercel rhrck, east hare aaawera ad
dressed ta a a sake re letter In eara
f Tka Baa. Answer aa addressed will
fee delivered, aa arascatatlaa mt tka
tfi FOR HALF A LAY'S WORK.
It yau ilva In tha country or in a email
town ana nave a goou actjuajniance
among the larmera am', stowa rauters In
tna neighborhood you can maku as easily
by lour or live hours' wort. V. rite u
and we will send your oar proposition.
'Abe bee i'ubUshiiiif Co., BollcKots dept.,
urnina. ieu. a aui4
.WANTED, a good man In every county to
leke suoscriptions fur ilia Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agunia niHKe goou
wages everywhere. iteterencea required.
Aauress Twentieth Century Fuainer,
Omaha, fien. nou
1ALEBMEN wanted to sell fruit trees; po
Itlou permanent; pay weekly; write tur
particular. Address Western Nursery
Company, Bales DepL, Lawrence, Kau-
DEMONSTRATOR to explain raedlcolGgy,
lev per week, Atixtnbaugu, 6vU Ware
11 YOUNG MEN from Omaha and vicinity
ait onco to prepare for positions in too
Uovetnmcst bervice. Apply to inter
- sltate Cories. inat., e'euar Kaplds, la.
li iti Jy-21
WANTED, a blncksmlth, one who can do
bs a sober man. Aaures c. w. Moigan, i
OOOD carpenters wanted, lowest wages
3.60 per day of eight hours; steady work.
Apply headquarters. District and Building
irades council, uu Aimsion si.. Ban Fran
cisco. Over supply of all other trades.
B Mini 20
. , ,
WANTED. Insurance men of experience-
can offer you a good thing. Call at a. in.
ta uoara oi i raue rung. liui
WANTED, men to learn barber trade: soe-
ctal midsummer otter; only two monins'
reuulred to urenare for tin weekly nosl-
tlon: tools preKented; wages Huturnays:
diplomas granted; call or write. Moler
Barber College, lt-3 farnam St.
B M262 4
SHOEMAKER wanted at State Industrial
School, Kearney, IMeb. write the superin
tendent fur particulars. B M4t7 1
WANTED, an active school boy, to work
during the next few weeks; must be clean
and live at home. Address VVm. Ollib-a,
P. o. box DOS, Omana. B W2 ao
XT t XT C1! 1 a flrat ..Ian, turn.r- trnA rav
Lincoln iash. Door and Mfg. Co., Lincoln,
xseb. a Alius
WANTED, two young lady student to
learn hnirdresalng, manicuring and chi
ropody and scientific maaaago. Call or
write Kswu 220, Bee Bldg. C 646
100 Girl. Call Canadian office, 15th Dodge.
WANTED, deserving young lady or gentle
man to take life scholarship In Omaha'
best business and shorthand college and
pay for It when course is finished and
iiosiuoa sveureu. auuicbi a. a, uee.
GIRL for general housework. 201 S. 26th St.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Zii4 iougias. c iii
WANTED, girl for housework with Omaha
family on farm near Arlington July 1 to
September 1. Apply itt is. 42d.
WANTED, competent girl for general
housework; small family. 1103 Park ave.
FOH RENT HOLIES.
VANS and baggage wagon. Tel. 1198.
liint ICCC In all parts ot city. The O.
inUUOLO f. Davis Co.. m Bee Bldg.
When You Write
member It only takes an extra stroke or
two of th pen to mention tha fact that
oil saw tne aa in ine Alee.
0 MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.;omce iuiim f arnam, or xeis. iow-sw.
m U MS
BEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK A CO., for cholca
house, ftol-3 N. Y. LU Bldg.
TOR RENT, modern house near High
school, 'i ne u. . Davis Co., cos Bee u ag.
MAGQARD Van at Btoraga Co. Tel. I486.
HOUSES, etc F. D. Wead. 1524 Douglas.
8IX-ROOM flat, all modern. 1112 So. 11th.
FOR RENT, 8-room, modern, detached
house, newly painted and papered, W.
itaSi capuoi Ave. lei. oi, a. ix. ruiDison.
CENTRAL, 4-room flat. Tliard, 230 N. 23d
HOUSES and flat. Rlngwalt, Barker block
GCOD s-room modern house. Sol Blondo.
UN EQUALED, central, all modern. 7-room
bouse. 4-rouin flat. Tlsaxd. 220 N. 23d.
OOOD modern e-room house.
1504 NORTH 24TH St.. -room modern
house with large barn; rent 125.00 per
month. William K. Potter, Receiver,
Omaha Loan at Trust Co., 9)3 Brown
Alloc. u juiaii
8234 S. WTH ST., 4-room cottage. ly
V BS TJ , ITIK f I W IMUIIllli
t7& 8. 13th t., 6-room cottage, city water
In kitchen, rent 110 per month.
William K. Potter, Receiver, Omaha Loan
ana irusi co., v iimwi uio a.
MOUSES, stores. Bemls. Paxton block.
HOUSES Boyer, S2d and Cuming. Tel.
U M1H juiyli
FOR RENT Modern ten-room house. No.
4324 Farnam; In tlrst-class repair, good
barn, cement walks, shade trees: price
IJ. Bensou as Carmlchael. (k2 Paxton
Block. U M13u
TOR RENT 7-roora cottaae. l1 N. loth:
just papered and painted; with bath, hot
water and new furnace; 128.50 and water
rent, rnone u-ai. u dw
VERY fine 13-room house, one block north
ot Hansconi park, all modern and new.
J. u. A'lper, zud AUmge block, omana.
. D 410 W
KYID Ti XT V T G w
v.nl.nr.l Kuth (iirn.K. ira' l-i Tarn VMPil
shadu trees, on car line. Inquire i! 4
Farnarr. St. I)-v231 :
FOR BENT FURNISHED Kb.l.
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In th
lly. 1. Capitol ave. E MSb
DEWEY European hotel. 13th and Farnam.
T. ' nlMam
with or without board: suitable for two
gentlemen. 22u4 Webster st. E Ml!7 SO
DESIRABLE rooms, flist-cluss location.
&4 arnam. a-Mi Jyl
VERY desirable room for gentleman; mod
ern, iki at. atary av. it M.'i r
2J N. 17TH PT.. cool, well furiuVhed rooms.
nrmsini.if rrnih4 nn t.,r sl
f aroam L E-534 6
FIHXIIHED ROOMS AID Be AMD.
Merriam, comfortable summer bom. Tel Si.
TvVO desirable front rooms, with alcove.
iii pratt, -in d. atn sc f hmi
TUB Rose, 1029 Harney. Room" tk board.
FURNISHED front rooms with board. 316
8. 26th at. F-M238
THE Bonnie Brier, 1730 Dodge. Tel. A?i.
LA HO R front room for man and wife. 514
N. 19lh. F 123 30
$1 PKK WEEK, 422 B. 18th, St., one block
south or court nouse. j-i
ROOMS, modern. 2580 Harney st.
t M;4 r-
FOR RKIT-lSFlltMSHED ROOMS,
DESK room spare, 15 pei month, ground
floor roum in inc nee Dunning, racing
Far nam street; no expense or light, beat
or Janitor service. 11. C. Peters & Co.,
rental agents, Dee building. U it
FOH KENT STORES AMU OFFICES.
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 816 Farnam St. It
lias four stories and a liMcment which
was formerly used as The Bee pressroom.
This will be rented very reasonaoly. If
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100. Be building.
FOR RENT, store In first-class location:
rent reasonable. Apply It. C. Peters
Co., ground noor, Atee Diag. i iw
FOR RENT, desk room or large space
suitable for merchandise brewer or party
dolus business In wholesale district, in
quire He no at Co., 916 Farnam su
15th and Dodge Sts.
Finely lighted and ventilated offices
to' let, singly or en suite. Good
janitor and elevator service.
W. FARNAM SMITH CQ
1320 FAKNAM ST.
MODERN building In wholesale district.
jr. u. wead. iut uougias ai.
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to lllHi
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER:
steady employment with assured good
income; agents in tne country witn
horse and buggy especially desired; can
vassers make easily ttiO to S10U per month.
Auures century farmer t:ncuors
bureau. Bee building, Omaha. 213
SOMETHING NEW I ! Just out. Bend for
sample. Combination Door Knob and Bell.
iso cutting or ruining tne door, put on
any door In a moment. No batteries to
worry about. No springs to wind. Noth
ing to get out ot order, own your own
bell. No landlord to trouble. Price and
Bell absolutely guaranteed. Send 11.50
for sample. Agents wanted, w ESTERN
ELECTRICAL COMPANY, 1212 Farnam
btreei, umana, iseu. j 2.1
WASTED TO BENT.
WANTED, two room and board with
private family for married counle: mod
ern home deBlred In good location where
there aro no other boarders; willing to
pay a first-class price: references ex
changer! ; rooms not wanted before Sept.
1. Address u 64. nee. K log jyi
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED 2d-hand clothing for cash. 1207
Farnam. N M297 Jr. I
WANTED, to buy, a set of second-hand
butcher tools. Address D 53, Bee.
WANTED To buy a neat five or sl-room
cottage, modern, with full lot. on paved
street, in good neignpornood, for ii.iwo
casn. v 0.1, uee. n v
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodre. Tel.
2u20. New and second-hand, bought, sold,
exenangeo. j Bbi
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS. ETC.
FOR BALE, cheap, a Concord buggy. 16th
PAINTING and repair on wagon, eta..
our specialty, tt. f rost, ltui ana Leav
enworth. Tel. 1447. F 8o2
SEVERAL fine driving horses. Walter
Phelps, Room D. is. x. Life Bldg.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
IRE fence for poultry, hog, lawn and
yard, nitcn posts, tree guard, w ire
Works, 617 a. 16th St. TeL 1580.
W M73 July
1 FOR back, pnonograpns, upenor to any
other musical instrument; 15 up. The
w ittman co., iou. f arnam. 14
NEW ai,d 2dbaad typewriters. 1118 Far
FOR SALE, secondhand desks, chair and
walnut office counter and ratlines. HI
bash office. 1415 Farnam Bt VJ M148
man fc Mcconnell Drug CO., loth and
uoug'j, umana. w txi
INDIAN goods and relic. 1119 Farnam.
WHITE sawdust; season checked oak tim
ber cheap: hog fence. CM. 801 Douglas.
IDHAND safe cheap. Dertght. Ul Farnam.
DViinvrtuiun i,n H n mnj ..An. . n 1 . 1
billiard tables repaired; a large stock oi
cheap bar fixture, cigar counter, etc.
The Brunswick Balka Cullender Co.. 407-1
South 10th. Q 516
BARGAINS Elegant new piano at half
price: will trade for or exchange good
oil stock. 3 w, uee. y-Maa 2-
1DHAND sate cheap. Schwarti, 111 8. 13th.
FOR SALE, fine Imported harness, bras
mounted and trimmed; cobi wnen new
l&O; will sell for (50; can be seen at Doty
tk Russell barn, 80th and Leavenworth
treats. y 62g
I BICYCLES and phonograph on easy pay.
ments 15 down. 11.50 per week; Zdhand
wnreis. sa, s ana siu: new wneeia, iia.
Omaha Bicycle Co., Ibtn ana Chicago tits.
FOR SALE, very cheap, 1 bicycle frame
and wheels, less tires and chains; one
frame. 1 saddles, one pair handle barg.
inquire jas. ti. Murpny, reopie a ytore
Q 235 2)
I alRg FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass st
MRS. JACOBSON. 2205 N. 10th St.
at ui jyio
MME. SMITH, bath. 118 N. 15. Id floor. R 1
a ii si jy
MME. AMES, vapor bath. 124 N. 15th. r 7.
l -aw jiu
DR. ROY. chiropodist, corn and aaperflu-
ous nair removea oy eiecixicuy. a.
Frenxer block. li-f
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con-
iinemeni, babies adopted. iM uront si.
Mrs. Uardeut. - TeL F-1U2.
HA1RDRESSING. manicuring and chiro
pody, for ladle only, in connection wl'.n
Th Bathery, xlt-KM Be biag. u
ROOMS. I104 So. 10th BC 'Phone 1811.
RUPTURE permanently cured In M to 68
l I day; scud lor circular. O. 8. Wood. M.
. I D.. 521 New York Lif bldg., Omaha, Neb.
I ij hau
ACCOI.DION pleating, cheapest btst aad
quickest, air. A., c. atara, if at iougiu.
EL1TM 1'A-RLUAd. 615 ft. 16th St.. 2d Boor.
1 U-Ji-M) JjrT
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., vsa Aoug
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with The llathery, rooms 216-220 Uee bMg.
Tel. 1716. U m
SHAMPOOING and halrdresstnc 25c. I
connection with The Lathery, 218-2-JO Re
building. Tel. 1716. U s4
VIAVA, woman's way to health. Horn
treatment. Booklet free. 346 Bee bMg.,
LOWEST PRICES In accordion and side
pleating. The Goldman Pleating Co.,
2uo Douglas block. c misi
EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE 932 N. T.
Life bldg., Omaha. Send for circular.
PRO F. JOHNSON cures all human dis
ease. 624 Bee building. Office hours, t
a. m. to 3 p. m. U 394 Jy7
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. IS, 21 floor, r t
U MS26 Jyl6"
PRIVATE home for Indies before and dur
ing confinement; babies adopted. 2120
Burdette. Mrs. Burget. U M253 Jy26
THE Child Saving institute of Omaha de
sires nomes lor seven Doy names from I
to 6 months old: also a home In Omaha
for a 12-year-old girl. U JI267 30
"YOt! can fool all the people some of the
time on some tnings, nut you can t rooi
them on cigars. Everybody knows that
are the bent. The best because they are
made of superior stork. U M260 a
DR. B. M. JACKSON, room 4, Frenier
block, chronic uleases a specialty: con-
.. I . . I w ...
WANTED, any Information of Charles E.
Krlng, by J. F. Krlng, Cherryvale, Kan
sas. U 12 Jy5
Qff?R?,f; - Ar r.hp"rn,v,"c7 rae 2S-
July "W hat to Eat. Mollle.
V M5.M 30
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4Vi PER CENT on business property.
t per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-Lov Co., sua B. 13th.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam emu a st CO., i-cu farnam at.
Sherwood. 837 N. Y. L
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, 1st in at. wnx Didg. xei. ltn.
WANTED, c'tv and farm loans: also bonds
and warrants. K. c. Peter & Co., 1702
Farnam St., Be Didg. w tffli
LOW RATES. Private money.
FAX 11 b. 1XSVK3 1.M11.ISI' COJIPAJVT,
Main Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
4H TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton blk.
6 PER CENT loan.
Garvin Bros., 1W
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Pougla
1100 UP, low rate. Prlchard, 1712 Farnam.
MONEY JTO LOAN CHATTELS.
I In advance lust what the transaction 1
going to cost when you borrow of us on
our partial payment plan, zou can nor
row for six months or more and return
the money In one month if you choose
and you are expected to pay tor only
what time you keeo it.
Our busir.Hs is conducted quickly and
nuiet v. w oo not cnarse you lor mak
ing pepeta or filing mortgages, and we
never deduct interest in advance, as otn
W loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipts, live stock, etc., and we make
without mortgage or Indorser. We court
a comparison ot rates, payments, etc.
If you have had dealings with us and are
pleased tell others, and if you are dis- I
uleased tell us
OMAHA MOKTOAUK IAJA IS CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bids:. Tel. 229S.
(Established 1892 ) lo6 So. 16tb St.
SHORT ROUTE TO PAY DAT
PLAIN. QUIET, PRIVATE OFFICES.
TELL us now much you want
AND how you want to pay.
Our simple, old-fashioned, solid methods
that can t neip out piease you.
"WE LOAN ON PLAIN NOTES.'
without mortgage or endorser. Our rate
EVKHY 11 paid off loan reduces cost.
NOTHING deducted. NO charge for
papers, n pay us to piease you.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Room 303, Third Floor, Paxton Black.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding nouses, etc., without se
curity: easiest terms: 40 offices in nrin.
cipal clues, f oiman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. X 8U2
Chattel and Salary Loais.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Successor to J. W. Tayloe.
Tel. 745. 633 Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
jewelry, to saianeo people, f oiey coatt
CO.. sua to uun ureen. Barker Block.
SALARY AND FURNITURE LOANS.
Do you want money for long or short terms
at rate rareiy equaled oy competitor!
"Its our pusiness to supply it. AMERI
CAN LOAN CO.. Third Floor. Paxton
AllOC K. A V v
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business conmientiai; lowest rstes.
614 paxton diocx. xne J. a. riutton co.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furnltui. lew.
eiry. horses, cow, etc. c. f . need, a u.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your Duainess or property quick, see j
H. Johnson. tU N. V. Lit. Y M175
TO buy, sell or exchange a business. Call
on c j. can an, n. , ioi farnam st.
TO OET In or out of business call on Wil
liams. Room 411. McCaau Building.
BEST opening In the state for general
store, new brick building to rent on iavor
able term. Address 1) so, care tie.
FOR SALE, furniture of a 10-room house.
full of gxd paying boarders, i block
from Harney. Dodae and Farnam car.
4 block from 16th; cash offer only con
sidered. A good thing for th right per
son. IIouj rent reasonable. Address C
T, Be. 1240
ONE merry-go-round can have exclusive
privilege tree or ground at rourtn or
July ceienratior. at Waterloo, iscd. aj-
ares B. li. iiopper, cnairman.
When You Write
remember It only take an extra stroke r
two or th pen to mention t be iaci tnai
you saw th aa in to fee
FOR RENT. Hotel Clifton, furnished cora-
u etc. John E. Burn, gcrlbner. isb.
A BUSINESS MAN
CAN acquire controlling interest In a profit
able and rapidly increasing legitimate
manufacturing misineas. capital required
2.5uo to o.uai. This is worm investigut-
J. n. jonnson, is. t. L.ue.
I NEWSPAPER for sale: good opportunity
lor right party, rariieuisrs py aunrens-
ing u 62. care nee, umana. x on ju
I WANTED, tenant for corner busln
I store, suitable for butcher shop, resu
p, rests u-
Writ Iick Box 58. Wayne,
Y 441 30
Fosi a.A.4 atAAOaV.
WILL sehai.f goad oak wardaabe far
I elding bad. ti 48. A. S HUI
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
CORNER lot In Konntze Flare, new 7-room
house. 13 9ii0.no; ki.i cash, bal. ta suit at
6 er cent. Address D 60. P-e.
FOR SALE, very cheap, nice 42x145 ft. lot I
In Bemls park.
RE M547 1
Uil I I A MnM CHARLES E..
RANCH and f jrm lands for sile by th
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllister, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Oinaha, Neb.
HOUSES and lota In all parts of city; alio
acre property ana iarm lanns. in u. t.
Davis Co.. Room 552, Be building.
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches. loans; also
nr insurance, tfemis, i'axton block.
FOR SALE, choice section of farm land.
worth I'O.oo per acre; every foot can be I
cultivated; owner needs money and will
sell cheap Ir taken this week. J. A.
Lovgren, 4th floor, Paxton block.
1 Or 153 J1"
IF YOU wnnt one of the nicest 8-room
homes In Hanscom Flnce I will give you
a bargeln. Owner left city. Must sell.
J. ii- Sherwood. 837 N. T. L. Bldg.
BEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK & CO. tor choice
bargains, eut-3 IS. x. Life Bldg. TeL 1016.
A MONTHLY payment bargain in S-room
house. G. M. Nattlnger.
i none 46i
GEORGE O. WALLACE, rest estate, mort
gage, rentals. Insurance. Brown block.
FOR SALE. 31 acres fruit and garden land.
well Improved; two miles from car line;
s-room nouse. Address ioj B. it St., coun
cil Bluffs, la. RE M203 1
FOR BALE Neat cottage and full lot on I
paved street, only isuo.
t o., 319 Houtn i:ith tu.
RE M 226 2
utt. cuius, me acanowiengea leaning i
specialise in oneases ot women in umina,
wouia can me attention oi sunering
adle. to his unsurpassed accommodations
friT tr.S? fo," rirrB?,?r,i?ume,Un 8H,.,r2! clcslng time shown below (except that sup
treatment for Irregularities, no matter p,emPntary mull(, for Eurol,e and Central
what cause. Call or address, with stamD.
Lr. pries. Arlington Block. Ial3 Doiise.
FOR women only. Madam San Moys Jap
anese taDlets, a
form of a form
douche by the
or tipping of the
eorrhoea, odorous. Irritating or staining,
and an vaginal discharges, so disagree
able and weakening. Sent prepaid mall
or exDress on recelDt of 13.00. Paris ami
Chicago Chemical Company, Illinois
building, Chicago, ill. Drawer 684.
FOR RENT FARM LAND.
280 ACRES best land In Douglas county for
season iiu; wunin one mile village of
tiKnorn; casn rent. Address U(J. i-tee.
OMAHA Steam Laundry: shirts 8c; collars.
ac; cutis, c iiov ieuvenworin. iei. bi.
BEST laundry. The Chicago, 'phone 2S.
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co.. 811-
V14 jones, general storage ana torwaraing.
OM. Van Stor. Co.. 1511 Vi Fare. Tel. 1658-H3.
THE wonderful Lambert Typewriter will da
tne work or a iiuo macnine; is rapid, em
clent and durable: to IntTbduce will sell
a limited number at 120. Telephone, writ
or can. Monroe at co., su in. loin at.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
NEBRASKA Collection company (lncor
porated). 306 New York Ufa bldg. 'Phone,
623. Damage sulU prosecuted. The col
lection of claims, large or small, made
anywhere In the United States or foreign
countries by bonded attorneys. No col
lection, no charge. Bank reference fur-
rtshed on application. M941 J29
GID E. ft ALICE, JOHNSON, osteopaths.
BUits sis, s. i. j-aie mug. lei. iom.
DR. A. T. HUNT. 512 McCague Bldg. Tel.
DR. MRS. MUSICK, Douglas Blk. Tel. 2S23.
OMAilA Hay Bale Tie Co.. 8U North 16th.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN 8ANT SchooL 717 N. T. Lit.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal,
is. x. Lira. a
NEB. Business A Shorthand College, Boyd'l
OMAHA Plating Co.. Be Bldg. Tel. 2535.
When You Write
remember It only take an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention tne iaci mat
you saw tne aa in ihe use.
a. R. RATHBUN give private lesson In
bookkeeping, etc it. in, com. isat. hh.
REDUCED price In pleating. For par
tlculara lnuaire ideal i'leaung co., loio
Howard tit. 288 Jy7
L. HENDERSON, lull Farnam. Tel. 1251
bend for price list, cut nowers ana plants.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele-
pbou tisa 511 South Thirteenth street
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all Business conndenuai. uoi uougia.
PROF. WRIGHT, voice, organ, piano. 515
nam ire iiig. io jyi
1118 Farnam ktreet.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO, cleans
cesspools ana vtmu, removea garnage ana
dead animals at reduced prices. 621 M. la.
TCI. ity. w
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn. 410 Ramga Bldg.
Sharpened, repaired. L I. Wks , 1401 Howsrd
DRESSMAKING In f ami lie or at bom.
reproduction in tablet rrraniv At o .
ilia nl M vnln.l TJ.ESr,AY AL m- UPP
tftSVSS. r.mn.i,r. .Sr."; WH'helm ' vta Plymouth; Chbnur
... ..i .i i 1 uremen: at n:30 a. m. for ITALY
Mis aiuray, 2042 Far a in. 621 jyu
THINKS AID BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. Thona 1717.
K4 8. 16th.
PATENTS Sues A Co.. Omaha,
D. W. DUDGEON. 2810 Farnam. Tel. 1M4.
CARPENTERS ASD JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. i, oenntree,
20th and Late streets.
ALPIRN buys all kinds of scrsn Iron aid
metaia. vis uougiaa M. lei. zwt. lm
r. MELCHIOR. 13th and Harney, ma
OMAHA 8c. fe and Iron Wks. make a spe
cialty or nre escapes snulters, doors and
safes. O Andreen, Prop., 102 8. 10th SL
STEAM DYE WORKS.
SUITS cleaned, pressed. $1.00. Ladles skirt
ouc, xne Canadian, sis is. ittn et.
g70 jy 14
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanner. 1424 So. 11th.
GRAND Electric Co.. 16 & Jackson. Tel. 2816
(Should be read DAILY bv all inter.
ested as changes may occur at any time).
foreign mnus nr tne week ending Juiv
S. I!i2, will close (PROMPTLY In all cnee)
nr ton Beneral iionrotTtpn an rollown iar.
CELS POST MAILS close one hour earlier
than eloping time shown below. Parcels
io.it malls lor Oermanv close at & u. m
Monday ana Wednesday.
RP2Ular and stinnlementarr malls close
,1 T.",", ?K
America, via colon, close eue nour later
at torcign station;.
per s. s. Nord America (mall must be di
rected per s. . Nord America ).
WEDNESDAY At 6.30 a. m. for EUROPE
per s. s. St. Iiuis, via Southampton (mal
for Ireland must be directed per s. s
St. Louis"): at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary
10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per a. s. Majestic,
THURSDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. Columbia, via Plymouth. Cher
bourg and Hamburg (mail for France
must be directed per s. s. Columbia i;
at 7 a. m. for FRANCE. SWITZER
LAND. ITALY. SPAIN. PORTUGAI
TURKEY. EGYPT GREECE. BRITISH
INDIA and LORENZO MARQl'EZ, per
s. s. La Hretagne. via Havre (mHll for
other parts of Europe must be directed
oer s. s. La Bretaene ).
SATURDAY At 6 a. m. for ITALY direct
npr a. s. Hohenxo lern (mall must be di
rected "per s. s. Hohenollern "); at 7:30
a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct, per
s. Potsdam (mall must be directed ' per
s. s. Potsdam"): at :ao a. m. lor SCOT
LAND direct, per s. s. Furnessla (mall
must be directed "ner s. s. Furnessla":
at 10 a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per s. .
Zeeland (mall must be oireeiert -per s. s.
Zeeland"); at 10:30 a. m. (supplemen'ary
12 m.) for EUROPE, per . s. iucania.
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes printed matter, commercial paper
and samules for Germany only. The
aame class of mall matter for other parts
ot Europe win not be sent oy tin sniD
unless specially directed by It.
After the closing ot the supplementary
transatlantic mans named above, ad
ditional supplementary malls are opened
on the piers ot the American,- English,
French and German steamers, and re
main open until within ten minutes of
the hour of sailing oi steamer.
Mall (or Sontk and Central America,
West ladles, Etc.
TUESDAY At 8:30 a. m. for CENTRAL
AMERICA (except Costa Rica) and
SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS, per a. s. Orl-
saba, via Colon (mall for Guatemala muHt
be directed per a. s. Orlxaba 0! nt 12:30
p. m. (supplementary 1:30 p. m.) ror I.bci
WARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS end
BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH GI'I
ANA, per s. s. Fontabelle (mall for Gre
nada and Trinidad must be directed "per
s. s. Fontabelli'); at 11:30 p. m. for
JAMAICA, per6, s. Admiral Dewey, from
WEDNE&DAY At 12:30 p. m. (supplem?nt-
ary 1 p. m.) for TURKS ISLAND and
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, per s. .
THURSDAY-At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YUCA
TAN. CAMFKCHE, TABASCO and CHI
APAS, per s. s. Havana (mail for other
parts of M.'xico must be directed "per
s. s. Havana"); at lo a. m. for ST. MARC,
PETIT GOAVE and JACMEI per r. .
Prln Wlllem I (mall for other parts of
Haiti, Curacao. Venesuela, Trinidad, Brit
ish and Dutch Gulsna must be directed
"per s. s. Prlns Wlllem I ); at 12 m.
(supplementary 12:30 p. m.) for BAHA
MAS, GUANTANAMO and SANTIAGO,
per a. s. Seguranea; at 12 m. for YUCA
TAN and CAMPECHK, per a. s. Ravens
dale; at 12 m. (supplementary 12:30 p. m.)
for BAHAMAS, per a s. Antllla (mail
must be directed "per . . Antilla"); at
12:30 p. m. for INAGUA and HAITI, per
s. s. Paloma: at 11:30 p. m. for JAMAICA,
per . s. Admiral Sampson, from Boston.
FRIDAY At 5 a. m. for BARBADOS end
NORTHERN BRAZ11 pet" orang
ense. via Para. Maranham and ("earl.
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BERMUDA.
per s. s. Pretoria; at a. m. ror puhto
RICO, per s. s. Cosmo, via San Juan;
at 9 a. m. (supplementsry 8:30 a. m.) for
CURACAO and VENEZUELA, ner a. s.
Maracalbo (mail for Savanllla and Carta
gena must be directed "per a. s. Msra
caibo"); st 8:So a. in. (supplementary 10:10
a m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JA
MAICA. 8A VANILLA, CARTAGENA nnd
GREYTOWN, per s. s. Alene (mall for
Costa Rica must be directed "per s. s.
Alene"); at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s.
Mexico, via Havana; at 10 a. m. for NEW
FOUNDLAND direct, per s. a. Hllvla;
at 10 a. m. for GUADELOUPE, MARTI
NIQUE, BARBADOS. BRITISH, DUTCH
and FRENCH GUIANA, per s. s. Talis
man; at 11 a. m. for BRAZIL, per . s.
Byron, via Pernambuco, Bahla and Rio
Janeiro (mall for Northern Brasll, Argen
tine, Uruguay and Paraguay must be di
rected "per s. s. Byron ); at 12 m. for
ARGENTINE. URUGUAY and PARA
GUAY, per s. s. Honorlus; at 12 m. for
MEXICO, per s. s. Mat .nsas, via Tarn
pIco (mail must be directed "per .
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and tnence by steamer, close
at this office dally at 6:8u p. in,
(connecting close here evtry Mon.
day, Wednesday and Saturday).
Malls for Mlquelon, by " rail to Boston,
and thence by steamer, close at this
office dally at 6:30 p. m. Mails for Cuba,
by rail to Florida, and thence by steam
ers, are dispaicned dally, except Thurs
day, final connecting closes for dispatch
via Port Tampa, on Mondays. Wednes
days and Saturdays at "5:30 a. m. ; for
dispatch via Miami, on Mondays and Sat.
urdays at 6:3o p. m. Malls for Mexico
City, overland, unless specially addressed
for dispatch by steamer, close at this
office dally except Bunday at 1:30 p. m
and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1 p. m. and
1 .50 p. m. Malls for Costa Rica. Belize.
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala bv rail to
New Orleans, and thence uy steamer,
close at this office dally except bunJay
at 1:10 p. m., Sundays at ! p. m. (con
necting close here Mondays for Roll:,
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, and Tues
days for Costa Rica). "Registered mall
closes at p. m. previous day.
Mall for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and Victoria, B. C, close here dally at
6:30 p. m. up to July "1, Inclusive, for
dispatch per s. s. Empress of China
(registered mail must D specially ad
dressed. Merchandise for U. B Postal
Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
Mulls for Hawaii. China, Japan and first-
class matter for the Philippine Isinnds,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6:30 p. in. up to July "1, Inclusive, for
rilsoaich tier s. a. China.
Malls fcr China and Japan, via Tacoma,
close here dally at e . p. m up to July
4. inclusive, for dispatch per s. a. Ta
coma. Malls for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to July "7. in
clusive, for dispatch per a. a. Alameda.
Mails for China and Japan, via Seattle,
close here dally at 6:3o p. ra. uo In July
"9, inclusive, for dispatch per a, . Riojun
- I 111 a I," I II I 1 L) li" ..Aa !,
Mnru. (Registered mall must b directed
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islam',
via San Franeiteo, close here dally at h:jb
p. m. up to July 10. Inclusive, for dis
patch per s. s. Ma moo a
Mills for Hawaii. Japan, China and first-
class matter for the Philippine islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally st
6 S0 p. m. tip to July Ml, Inclusive, for
rilsoatch ner s. a. Doric.
Mails for the Philippine Islands, via Sas,
Francisco, close here daily at :. p. m.
up to July "ii. Inclusive, for dispatch
per U. 8. transport.
Malls for Australia (except Wst Australia,
which Is forwarded via oirope), isew
7-eslnnd, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via
San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30
p. m. after June "2S and up to July !,
Inclusive, or on arrival of s. . I'mhria.
due at New York July "19, for dispatch
per . . Ventura.
Mails for Australia (except West Austral!,
which goes via Europe, and New ZealantV
which goes via San Francisco), and FIJI
islands, via Vancouver nd "Victoria, B.
C. close here datly ot 6:30 p. m. up to
Julv "19, inclusive, for dispatch per s.
. Moana (specially addressed only).
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port of
sailing dally and the schedule of cloving
Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. Keg
tered mnll closes at 6 p. m. previous day,
CORNELIUS VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Fostoffiee, New York. N. Y., June 27, 1302
lAILWAT TIME CARD.
UNION STATION lOTII AND MARC Y.
Chicago A Xartkwestera.
"The Northwestern Line."
Local Pioux City...
DayllKht St Paul..
a 1 40 am a 7:00 am
..a 8:00 pm a 8:30 am
..a o'.ni am a a:to pm
..a 7:35 am al0:25 pm
..a v:oo am all:20 pm
..al0:55 am a 5:30 pm
Fast St. Paul
Local Sioux City .
..a 3:56 pm alO:no am
. .a 4:rw pm a 4:06 pm
..a 7:45 pm a 8:20 am
..a 7:55 pm a 8:50 am
a 2:40 pm
,.b 8:55 pro blO:00 am
....a 9:40 am a 7:30 pm
....a 8:50 am a 1:25 pm
....a 4:.a pm
a 4:3 pm
a 7:30 am
Colorado Special 7:10 am
Lincoln. Beatrlc and
Btrompburg Ex b 4:05 pm bl2:50 pm
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm b 8:35 pm
Chicago, Mllwaeae A St. Paul
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 8:05 am
Chicago st omana EX..D (:o am b 8:40 pm
Chicago, Hock, lamnd JL Pacino.
.. t . Lease. Arrive.
Chics a-o Daylight Lim
ited a 5:00 am a 6:45 am
Chicago Daylight a 7:00 am a 9:35 pm
Chicago Express bll:lb am a 6:05 pm
Des Moines Local a 6:20 pm bll :50 am
Chicago Fust Express.. .a 6:u6 pm a 1:25 pm
Rockv Mountain Lim
ited a 6:50 am a 4:55 am
Lincoln, oiu. cprma".
Denver. Pueblo and
AV'est a 1:30 pm a 5:43 pm
Colo., Texas, CaL 6
Oklahoma Flyer a 5:20 pm all:40 pm
St. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Express ... 6:15 pm 1:20 am
St. Louis Local, Council
Bluff alO:00 am a!0:30 pm
St. Louis Express....
K. C. SU. L. Ex....
..alO OO am a 6:25 pm
..alo.&0 pm a 6:19 am
Chicago Express a 7:20 am 6:10 pm
Chicago, Minneapolis A
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:06 am
Minneapolis as St, Paul
Express b 7:20 am bl0:38 pm
Chicago Express 910:35 pru
BURLINGTON STATION lOTH MASON
Barltagloa at Missoari River.
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8:40 am bll:55 am
iseDraska express ......a s:w am a 7:35 pm
Denver Limited a 4:25 pm a 6:43 cm
Black Hills and Puget
Sound Express ........all:10 pm 1:00 pre
Flyer 5:00 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 3:00 pm a 9:17 am
Fort Crook and Piatt-
moutli b 1:20 pm bll .05 am
Bellrvue racinc jet. pm a 8:20 am
Bellevue & Pacino jct..a i:uu am
C'lilcagr, Borllagtom (lolney.
Chicago Special ........ .3. 7:u0 am a -t:"S pm
Chlcagj Vestlbuled Ex. a 4:00 pra a 7:45 am
Chicago Local a 8:10 am all:u0 pm
Chicago Limited a 7:50 pm a 7:45 am
Fast Mali a 2:40 pm
Kansas City, St. Joseph A Council
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9:20 am a 6:05 nm
Bt. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm all :15 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:30 pm a 6:15 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, c Sun
day only, d Dally except Saturday. Dally
WEBSTEIl DEPOT 15TII A WEBSTER
Black Hills. Deadwood.
Hot Springs a IrOO pm a 6:00 pra
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 3:00 pm a 6:00 pm
Hastings, jrork, uavwt
r v. Hunerior. oeneva.
Exeter and Seward. ...b 5:00 pra b 6:00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont oi..wam oiv:a am
Fremont Local ..........o 7:30 am
C hlcago, St. Paal, Minneapolis at
Twin City Passenger. ... 6:30 am a 9;O0 pm
Sioux City passenger... a z:tw pm au:J0m
Emerson Local b 6:40 pm b 8:4i am
Missouri Pacific. ,
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm a 10:23 am
Summer Tours on Lako Michigan.
VSNanM SWT1M nolailTslr. Bttathtw tsUlpss
cb vtft for iTnakhrt, rkrl.Tl, lrkr
fiDrlBeSi Bay V iew, PtMke, MseklaM Ula4.eoa
aloUni for 6rmiU UsaaU sad ii taun Pvlau.
LEAVES CHICAGO AS FOLLOWS!
Taee. S)a.a. Thar. lOiMa.as. Sat.ap.ss.
MANITOU STEAMSHIP CO.,
OFFICE k 00CKI. Rush bob N. Water Sts., Chicago.
ANCUOK LINE C- S. HAIlr-STXUMERl
Ailing rasulsrly batvsak
KIW VORIC LOKDuNDkRkY OLASOOWj
NEW' YORK, U1BRALTA. A NAPLES.
Bapsrlor aaeommodatlona. Eieslisat Culsins, Bvarf
regard lor tbc comfort o! psjMsagvrs studiously
ldfrd and prantlosd.
Single or HsusA Tris tleksts tsn4 pMmb N
York and Scatch, English, Irish a4 all Prlaelpsl
Conllnnli sol DM st sttrsollTS ratos. Fr tlck.u
r snri tuformtUu aimlr to UENUERSON BHUS.,
tkicsgo. or soy 1X)CAL AGENT.
New York Tribune: Although Mulcahy
and Mulhooly were known to be great
friends, they wera .one day observed to
pass each other In tb street without a
greeting. "Why, Mulcahy, a friend. asked,
in astonishment, "have you and Mulhooly
quarreled?" "That w have not," said
Mr. Mulcauy, with arnestnes. "Ther
seemed to.be a coolness between you when
you passed just now." "That's th In
uranc ot our friendship." "I don't un
derstand." "Whey, thin, it's this way
Mulhooly and I are that devoted to wan
another that wa can't bear the Idea of
quarrel, an' aa w ar both moighty quick
tempered, we've resolved not to sbpak to
wan another at all, for fear we dissolve our
Tb Catcher's Mask.
Judge: "This Is what I get for marry
ing a base ball player," moaned th un
happy wife, a her .husband sought to ex
plain bis 1st arrival.
"I don't sea that it would have been any
different," aald tb busband, "if I had been
"But I should think that the very prlncl
pi of your profession would Indue you to
make a bom rur before dark
"I would, my dear, I would," remarked
th bus baud, "If yoa war
LAN FOR BIG COTTON MILL
Largest riant is the World to IdU11cI
in Vicinitj of Kansas City.
TEN MILLION DOLLARS TO BE INVESTED
Mill Will Have BOO.OOO Spindles an
lit.OftO Loom and Be Manage
by Mrs Experienced la
KANSAS CITT, Mo., June 2. Tha Star
says: The lsrgt cotton mill In the world
Is to be built within twenty miles ot Kan
sas City. Ten million dollar I to be
Invested. $3,100,000 of which has already
been subscribed by eastern and western
W. n. Smith Whaley, president of tha
Olympla and Granby cotton mills of Col
umbia, S. C, Is to be president and gen
eral manager of the enterprise. Th mill
will have 500,000 spindles and 12,000 looms.
It will employ 4,000 operatives and bar a
payroll of 12, 450.000 a year.
Th capacity of tha mill will be 170.000
bales of cotton a year with an output oi
75.000,000 pounds of finished cloth. Tha
value of the annual output will. It is aald,
amount to $12,750,000.
The mill will be revolutionary In It con
struction. Electricity will bo used aa tha
motive power and several new device wilt
be Installed. There will be four mill build
ings, covering an aggregate ot 2,000 acres
The mill wa promoted by WUtea Mc
Donald, formerly a banker In Kansas
City and later editor of the Kansas City
Times, who recently has been Interested
in mills at Mammoth Springs, Ark. Mr.
McDonald, who says that $3,100,000 has
already been subscribed to push the en
terprise, announces the following board of
subscribers and directors:
Edward F. Swlnney, prewldent of the
First National bank, Kansas City; John
R. Mulvane of Topeka, Kan., capitalist;
W. 8. Woods, president of the National
Bank of Commerce, of Kansas City; Ed
ward Wilder, secretary and treasurer of
the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railway,
Topeka; A. A. Robinson, president of tha
Mexican Central railway, City of Mexico;
H. C. Flower, president of the Fidelity
Trust company, Kansas City; Joab Mul
vane, capitalist, Topeka, Kan.j W. B.
Smith Whaley of Boston and Columbia, 8.
C; Wltten McDonald and four representa
tives of the eastern stockholders yet to be
Meetings of the preliminary director
have been held In Kansas City In the past
week with the final result of a formal an
nouncement of plans already presented to
eastern capitalists and accepted by them.
SUPREME COURT SYLLABI.
The following opinions will not be cffl
10757. Hoffman ngalnst Americtn Ex.
National bank. Error from Incaater.
Former Judgment adhered to. Judgement
of district court affirmed. Albert, C, divi
sion No. 1.
1. Where an Imposter assumes the nsme
of another person and thereby Induces a
third person to believe he is tho person
whose name he ha assumed; and, acting
on sum belief, such third person endorses
a draft, designating the payee by the r.nmn
assumed by the imposter. and deliver It
to such Imposter In the belief thtt he Is
dealing with the person whose name hss
been assumed, and the Imposter endorses
the draft, using such assumed name, and
transfers it to an innocent purchaser, the
purchaser takes title by such endorsement.
11566. Allen against Plasmyere. Appeal
from Red Willow. Affirmed. Klrkpatrlck,
C., division No. 1.
1. Neither the promise to do nor' tha
actual doing of that which th promisor
Is by law or subsisting contract bound to
do is a sufficient consideration to sunnort
a promise In his favor. Esterly II. Al. Co. '(
against Frlngle, 41 Neb.. 265.
1193. Toogood against Russell. Terror
from Dodge. Affirmed. Klrkpatrlck, C,
division No. 1.
1. Mere Irregularities in a judgment or
order, which are not jurisdictional, do not
render H subject to collateral attack.
12547. Joslln against William. Appeal
from Douglas. Judgment reversed and ap
plication for receiver tlbmlsed. Pound, C.,
division No. j.
First National hank of Greenwood against
Rcece, Neb. S5. N. W. Rep., SIM, followed.
11952. Harris against Nye A Schneider
company. Error from Dodge. Affirmed.
Oldham, C, division No. 2. Unreported.
1. Where a demurrer is sustained to de
fendant's answer and he refuses to pload
further the action of the trial court In re
taining such demurrer will not be reviewed
1 1 l .1 1 .1 1 1 . . m I
riere umenn pucu nt-iiin 13. iei.-iiii.-iij Al
leged ngalnst In the petition In error.
2. Where an action In faieeloaure wa
Instituted before the repeal of section 117
of the Code of Civil Procedure the court
Is authorized to enter a deticlency Judgment
against those personally liable on the debt,
when a deficiency exists, notwithstanding
the repeal of said section. Patrick et al
ngalnst National Bank of Commerce, f.8
N. W. Rep.. 1X3. followed.
S. The Institution of a suit of foreclosure
on a mortgage before the note evidencing
the Indebtedness is barred by the tafut
tolls the statute on the note from the time
of the commencement of the foreclosure
114. Skow against Lock, Error from
Cage. Reversed. Hastings, C. Division
jo. L unreported.
1. A replevin Judgment "that said de
fendant have and recover of nnd from the
plaintiff the property heretofore replevlned,
or the sum of 1794 and the further sum Of
IJ8.! as damages, together with costs," Is
not open to objections aa not being in the
I. An Instruction "the lurv are instructed
that where the testimony of witnesses is
lrreconc llably conflicting. Ihey should give
great weight to the surrounding circum
stances In determining which witness is
entitled to credit" Is prejudicial error whero
tne vital elements or tne case are anirmea
by one party and denied by the other In
3. Where the record merely show a date
of flllna an Instruction that It was erven
and was excepted to, the giving and excep
tion win De presumed to tie contempo
raneous. 4. The Klvlns- of correct Instruction will
not cure the error of one which Invade the
province of the Jury aa to determining the
weight of evidence.
5. Not error to refuse an abstractly cor
rect Instruction which has no direct appli
cation to the evidence in the esse.
1. The statute of frauds furnishes no ob
jection to proof of a completed transfer of
an Interest In land, where the only ques
tion 1 the reoovery of Its consideration.
7. An objection to an exhibit as a whole
Is properly over-ruled where a part of It Is
8. Where there Is evidence tending to
show the authenticity of a document suffl--rtf-nt,
if believed to establish It. the Jury
should pass upon It, and Its admission Is
8. Defects In a replevin affidavit not
brought to this court with tho record will
not be considered.
111159. Cedar county ngatnst ooetg. Error
from Cedar. Affirmed. Day, C, division
No. 1. Unreported.
1. An oral motion for a new trial la not
recognised In the practice of this state.
Hueh a motion win not jusriry tn srrant
lng of a new trial, nor will tha overruling
of such a motion be sufficient to present
errors of law to either tha trial or review
2. This court will not review alleged
errors occurring during the trial of a cause
In the district court oy petition In error
unless a motion for a new trial wa made
In the trial court and a ruling obtained
11962. Martin against Mershon. Frror
from Dixon. Reversed. Albert, C, division
No. 1. Unreported.
1. An order of a Justice of th peace
granting a change of venue made on an
ex parte hearing and before the return
day of the summons is void.
2. Where the Jurisdiction of th tustlc of
the peace appears on the face of the record
error to b available must appear affirma
tively. 12r-4A State ex re! Relas against Holmes
Original mandamus. rlt denied. Pound,
C. Division "To. I. Unreported.
1. Although delay In applying for writ
of mandamus Is not an absolute bar. It
may be sufficient ground In th discretion
of the court for denying the writ.
2. The relator in mandamus proceedings
to compel settlement of a bill of exceptions
must show a dear right to bar hi pro
foaed bill allowed. Hence, where tha trial
judge upon hearing evidence has found
that delav In not presenting the Mil tn the
time fixed by law was due tn lsehe and
neglect of relator, the latter will be held lo
verv clear oroof that such flndlna wss er
roneous and that he Is entitled, to hav tha -
bill allowed notwithstanding.
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