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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1002.
will be take aatll 13 m. for Ik
la edltlea and aalll ):SO a. Ml.
far wnral as Kialif edltloa.
Rates, 1 l-2 a ward rmt lasertfea.
la a word thereafter. "Jethlasj take,
far less thaa Sflo far th Irat laser
lloa. Tkrtt ad verliaeasea ta aaaat
Advertiser, hy re,nestlj a nn
faered rhrek, have aaaerare ad-
reeeed o a Bannered letter la ear
f Taa Rr. AnwtH e addraaaad will
fee drllvrrad aa araaasUauUaa mt tM
WANTED, a position a bookkeeper by a
young man of (rood habit", bjslne col
lege graduate and good recommendations.
Address 8. It. Ellison, Box 3, Ht. Edward,
Neb. A 29
WANTED MALE II ELF.
WM $6 FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you live In Wis country or In a small
town and have a gaud acquaintance
among the farmers aiul atom raisers In
the neighborhood you can make tb eaudy
by lour or nve hours worn. nte us
and we will senu you our proportion.
The Bee Publishing Co., Solicitors i'ejM.,
Omaha, Neb. B MilJ
WANTED, good man In every county to
take eubsenptione for Tne Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents make good
wages everywhere. Relerences reqilted.
Address Twentieth Century r aimer,
Omaha, Neb. B 611
DEMONSTRATOR to' explain medlcolocy.
tuO per week. Hlxenbaugh, 600 Ware )lk.
WANTED, Insurance men of experience;
can offer you a good thing. Call at 9 a. m.
448 Board of Trade Bldg. B 132
remember it only takes an extra strok or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw me aa in ins uee.
WANTED, moldcrs and -pattern makers.
Apply to The Iron City Manufacturing
company, afuebio, uoio. aj o
WANTED Live, energetic man residing In
Nebraska to , represent reliable house;
not necessarily salesman; light work;
salary and exuermes; young man pre
ferred. Address Manager E Winner, W
Dearborn, Chicago. B bo to'
.WANTED, yoting man In law office as
student, who can write shorthand; salary
from alert, tr it. Bee. uov a
WANTED, barber (colored); must be
steady and flrHt-class workman. W. B.
Wright, Sioux Falls, B. D. B 311 22'
WANTED, two good men, one experienced
In hardware, one In- groceries; must be
hustlers and gjod salesmen; references
wanted; salary depends on ability. Cody
Trading Co.. Cody, vvyo. b Miai z
WANTED, carpenters, ateady work. $2.60
a day. Address Jos. Shlesiger, Contractor.
A UI.W1, A.CV. JJ
SPLENDID chance for men to lesrn barber
trad) now and take positions waiting our
graduates; tools presented; wages Satur
days; pay $12 to $16 weekly when com
petent; call or write. Moler Barber Col
lege. 1623 Farnam St. B M378 25
WANTED, first-class tinner; shop and roof
work- Bower Bros., Ulenwooa, la.
B M422 25
WANTED, bench men; steady work. Ap
ply 11. Khrllca tc mini' factory, tit.
Joseph, Mo. - B M421 28
WANTED, young man that haa worked in
bakery shop about three years; will pay
$s a week,, board and room, year round;
easy Jud. John O. Bahde, Wahoo, Neb.
- , B-M41S 25
WANTED, men who are weak or diseased
to write for free booklet edited by the
leading and most successful specialist In
the United States, Address J. Newton
Hatha way, M. D.t 62 Commercial block,
Bloux City. la. . B M416 23
WANTED, salesman to handle select line
of popuia? prints. Indies' flannel and cot-
VI WJ lu,a. a i 111 -aj anvil-Teat lleXIIllQ sKllU VUl" I
ton shirt waists and muslin underwear
for Omaha and vicinity on commission.
Address, with references, Penn Mfg. Co.,
337 Chestnut St., f nuaaeipnia, fa.
EXPERIENCED local representative In
connection with developing our depart
ment for manufacturing Improved dupli
cating and triplicating sales book system
for retail stores; territorial rights; state
references and experience. Globe Ticket
Co., Philadelphia, Pa, B M414 28
FOR steam shovel work. Night or day
gang. One and one-half miles east of
Broadway motor. Council Bluffs. Hall
Grading & contract company.
B M120 29
WANTED everywhere, hustlers to tack
signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing; good puy. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago. B M426 28
- EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
WANTED, baker for Wyoming; man and
wife, cooks and flunkey, for Montana,
yardman Wyoming. $10 B. 11th, Western
Kail way Labor Agency..: M41S
WANTED, eastern house wants good man
for established business in Omaha and
vicinity; good Income guaranteed; small
investment requirea. x, nee.
. M428 22
SALESMEN for latest advertising novelty.
Phenomenal success wherever shown. Sal
. -ry or commission. Nevins, 2441 11th ave..
New York. M4-4 27
. 'WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED, two young lady student to
learn halrdresstng, manicuring and chi
ropody and scientific niasnage. Call or
write liooiu 2-0. Bee BUlg. C-iM
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 16th St Dads.
. C 3el
WANTED Lady cook. Eureka Restau
rant, lso4 Cass It . .. C MUU
WANTED, bookkeeper and stenographer.
Addresa E 67, Be. 1 C 2ol
small family. Mrs.
llull, 2215 Sherman
WANTED, a competent girl for housework.
Mr. M. E. Dumont, 3642 Lafayette Ave.
WANTED, girl tor general housework at
1514 Yates; on who call sleep al horn
preferred. C 28 22
AT ONCE, ladle to travel In tha west; a
splendid opportunity afforded women of
force and energy under our new plans and
methods. For lmformatlon address M. B.
Flthlan, 334 Dearborn St., Chicago.
C M379 26
AT ONCE, ladles of neat appearance In
every town In the United States; premiums
given with all goods; a chance to make
big money. Address M. B. Flthlan, 334
Dearborn at, Chicago. C M3m 2t
WANTED A middle-aged woman to do
general housework on a farm; steady em-
tlo merit to rlkht party; four in family.
Lrs. i Annie MotfEbarger, TUden, Neb.
C MOW 24
LADIES for traveling position, 810 per week
and expensea; permanent position. Ad
dress F 22, Bee. C-M4Q6 23
COMPETENT girl, three In family. 1113
So. ittvih. Apply mornings. C 110 tt
FOR RENT UOISES.
VANS and baggage wagon. Tel. lini.
lirM ICnC n H part of city. The O,
HWUJL.jp. Davis Co., 6u Bee Bldg.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Btoiatte
Co,; ottlce lallV Farnam, or Tela. 1S09-Ma1.
, . D aM
SEE PAYNE. MOST WICK at CO.. for choice
houaea' 6U1-2 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Tel. A4.
MAUOAKD Van 4k Storage Co- Tel. 141.
SES. tO F.
D. Weed. UU DougKa
HOUSES and Oat, ttiug wait. Barker bW-k.
FOR REST HOUSES.
FOR RENT, large 6-room house, city water,
lisou: 2T Blondo. 7-room houw. 1BJ N.
i.'d; H6.U0. The Omaha Really Co., 1M I
Douglas it. D-67T
GOOD modern "-room house.
Bemls, paxton block.
H12 N. 26TH BT..7 rooms, bath, gas, barn; I
rent wm. wm. K. Potter, receiver, Omaha
Loan and Trust Co., 303 Brown block.
HOUSES Boytr, 22d and Cuming. Tel. 2049.
2123 CHARLES, four-room cottage: rent
flL Wm. K. Fotter, receiver, Omaha
Loan and Trust Co., 302 Brown bloca.
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ELEGANT modern S-room house, 203 So.
23th ht. Inquire at 1417 Jones St
FOR RENT, new modern -room cottage.
J; near Farnam st. car line. The O. F.
Davis Co., 60s Bee bldg. D M196 22
MODERN house, S rooms, 2723 Jackson St.
Wheeler at Wheeler, Douglas and lMh st.
Tel. D. D MOM
UNEQUALLED, central, all modern, T-
room house, 4-room flat. Tliard, N.
23d. D M82S
-ROOM, all modern house, 2207 Sherman
five, a tine one. 127.00.
T-room. all modern, N. 2th st, another
fine ons, $20.00. a. U. TurkingtonOuftBes.
FI'RNISED HOt'SR. Kountse Place, mod
ern, 8 rooms, complete for housekeeping;
reasonable for month of August. F 18,
Bee. D MU7 25
HOUSES, Boyer, 22d and Cuming. Tel. 2"49.
2107 SPENCER ST., 10-room house with.
gas, batn turn ace ana nam; nice loca
tion; rent $30. Wm. K. Potter, receiver,
Omaha Loan and Trust Co., 10$ Brown
block. P B32
FOR RENT, excellent six-room cottage, J2d
and California streets, in good repair
Choice neighborhood: 822. Including water
rent, inquire at 07 N. wtn street or wi 1
N. Y. Life Bldg.
MODERN 7-room flat II. B. Graham. 24th
and Farnam.. D M208
When You Write
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention tba fact thai
you saw the ad In The Bea,
FURNITURE for sale, bouse for rent. Call
mornings. 2016 Douglas St. D 244
two modern brick houses, nearly new:
each nine rooms and laundry; 3639 and 41
South 23th Ave., facing park: on street
enr line; price, 140. Inquire of J. M. Rich
ards, 1115 80. 22d street D M3S8
FOR RENT FURNIAHED ROOMS.
ELEGANT rooms, finest location in the
city. 1909 Capitol Ave. E M835
tethcr or separately, aoia Douglas.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
$1 PER WEEK, 422 8. 18th St., one block
south of court house. ju tai
cool room, modern, 2011
llr ll( AS'
ROOMS, first-class location. 2224 Farnam.
MODERN rooms, furnished or unfurnished;
walking distance. 2001 Burt E 203
FURNISHED room for gentlemen. 1716
CaSS St. H. 2
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Men-lam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
THE Bonnie Brier, 1750 Dodge. Tel. A-2462.
F 268 26
LARGE unfurnished room,
board, 415 N.. 26th St
UTOPIA, 1721 Davenport st: room with
. a " " . " . - 1 J
board; transient accommodated.
F 262 25
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
DESK room apace, $5 per month; ground
floor room in Tne Bee nuuaing, racing
Farnam street; no expense for light heat
or janitor service, k. o. reiers at t-o.,
rental agents, Be building. O 116
TWO nice front, one rear room for light
housekeeping, or will furnish for roomers.
1713 8. luth. Q 293 26
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 916 Farnam St. It
has four stories, and a basement which
was formerly used as The Bee Dress room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rosa
water, secretary, room 100, Be building.
FOR RENT Stor In flrst-clas location;
rent reasonable. Apply tt. w. rcters s
Co., ground floor, Be Bldg. 1266
FOR RENT Desk room or large space
suitable for merchandise Droker or party
doing business In wholesale district In
quire Hene & Co., 816 Farnam St.
I M224 "
WANTED Canvassing agents in every
county to solicit subscription to THIS
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment with usaured good In
come. Agent in the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily 60 to $100 per month. Ad
dress. Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building. Omaha. 313
SOMETHING NEW I I Just out. Send for
sample, combination uoor lvnoo ana ceiu
No cutting or ruining the door. Put on
any door In a moment. No batteries to
worry about. No spring to wind. Noth
ing to get out of order. Own your own
- bell. No landlord to trouble. Price and
Bell absolutely guaranieca. eena si.oy
for sample. Agents wanted. WESTERN
ELECTRICAL COMPANY. 1212 Farnam
Street, Omaha, Neb. J 276
AGENTS wanted to make $10 a day selling
"Cyclone" Rotary Hand Fans; greatest
seller known; big profits; write today for
aa-ents terms: sample postpaid zsc. En
terprise Mfg. Co., 164 Lake at.. Ch'caso.
J M41S I3
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, 8 to 9-room house, good loca
tion bv first-class tenant.
8 to 9-room house, furnished, located In th
West Farnam street district, by the 1st
of beuteinber. by neat of parties.
W, FARNAM SMITH CO., 1320 Farnam St
.. w A
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED, 1,000 old feather beds, highest
cash prices paia. Auaress A. u. ii.c.
general delivery, omana. Man order at
tended to. xo-
FRUIT farm, near Omaha. Address F 64.
llee. a b( a
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
rilTPAOO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. TeL
2vr.o. New arid secondhand, bought, sold.
exchanged O a
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
PAINTING and repair on wagon, etc..
our specialty, it. frost, itm tun ieaven
worth. Tel. 1447. P-391
I 3 TOP CARRIAGES. 4 phaeton, other top
and open puggie. rrsiiier, mjj ica u
worth. I'-Mf A3
FOU SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
WHITE sawdust; season checked oak tint-
j Aug teuc. etc. ui iougms.
FOR SALE Phonographs; superior to any
other musical instrument; up. in
W Utman Co., ltkO. Farnam. Q 2K8
NEW and secondUand typewriter. 1119 Far-
luu STYLES trusses: catalogue free. Bber-
nimn Mytuuuau frug .o., lain ana
DuUge. Oiuaba. . w i
I INDIAN good and reUca.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
puncture-ptoof tire. 24.96 and 17.09 per I
r. Omaha Bicycle Co., llh and Chi-I
., sts. Q M6l I
FOR SALE, thoroughbred Fog Terrier,
good breeder, " Bo. I2tn Bl.. uman.
Q 262 2d
2D HAND safe cheap.
Sen wart. U4 8. nth.
2D1IAND safe cheap
Dengt:, 1119 Famam.
FOR gas fixtures sea Bam'l Burns.
Q 720 AS
L. M. E. always hurry. Tel. 780.
EDISON phonographs, 110, 820 and $30;
moulded records, ftoc each, or $5 per dos. ;
pew wheels, tlh up. 2d hand $5 tip. Omaha
Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago sts.
FOR SALE, pictures and mouldings, sepa
rate or together, on account of leaving
city. Star Art CO., MOB ieavenwortn.
FOR SALE, a 9x13 else handsome body
Hrusneu rug, at a bargain, inquire z"3i
Harney. Q M1I 24
CLAIR VO VASTS.
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant
1814 Cass St
11 " 'I
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N 15, 2d floor. R. 8.
1 Alis Aa"
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th, R. 7.
T 168 A13
H E SIGHED, she sighed, and then they
sighed side by side down by tne river
side. 1 '
He had forgotten his
The only kind aha would let him smoke.
HAIRDRESSINQ. manicuring and chlrop-
ody. for ladles oniy. In connection with
'lite Batnery, us-zu iiee ttiag. ti m
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con.
flnement; babies adopted. iUott Urant St.
Mrs. Gardels. Tel. F-11S2. U 313
RUPTURE permanently cured In 80 to 60 I
aays; sena ior circular, o. o. vyoou, ju. v..
tui isew lora iaie dug., omana, is to.
VIAVA, woman's way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. Mi Bee Bldg.,
omana. u ai
GRAMOPHONES and sUDDlles. wholesale
ana retail, coiuna i iano v-o., jtu Doug
las, u si
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
witn 1 ne cainery, rooms uo-im, see rmg.
xei. ins. u i
SHAMPOOING and halrdresstng. 26c, In
connection with The Batnery, zib-zzu, nee
building. Tel. 1V16. uiii
PRIVATE home for ladle before and dur
ing confinement; babies adopted. 2H30
Burdette. Mrs. Burget U M2o3 26
BARGAINS in bicycles left for repair;
new onee at reduced prices. Ijoui
Flescher, 1622 Capitol ave. U-M3til 26
DR. B. M. JACKSON, room 4. Frenier
block, chr6nlc diseases a specialty; con
sultation free. u ill
TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messenger.
ELITE PARLORS, 615 60. 16th St., 2d floor.
u 1D( Aia
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15. Id floor, R 8.
tj M A.1S
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A 14- n 11 ,.tn,nlnff I M aaaw
nun. ubuo. a iw . . , ...'n . J 1
daylight Journey, planned to thoroughly
enjoy the various points of interest In
the mountain country of Colorado, would
like to hear from tluw .who are . centime.
plating a western .trip in August,. .Aauresa
I. Bee. UttWH p
When You Write
to Advertisers ' '
remember it only take an extra atroke or
two of th pen to mention th fact that
you saw tn aa in in uee.
- ' I
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE I have private fund to
loan on city residence property in suma I
of isou and up at ana 01 per cent inter
est. Give description of property and J
amount wantea. Aaares u zu. uee.
W M362 26
MONEY to lean on Improved Omaha real
estate. nrennan-Lov CO., sou h. 13th.
nPER CENT on business property.
Der cent on residence Drooerty.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIK.LE. 401 S. loth St.
WANTED City loan and warrants. .W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam Su
Thomas. First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 164S.
WANTED City and farm loans: also "bonds
and warrants. R, C. Peters at Co., 1701
Farnam bu. Bee ttiag. w 27
IX) W RATES. Private money.
FAXIMU liVYJiBIMEIMT LUMfANI,
Main Floor Now York Llf Bldg.
t PER CENT money on first-class city
property or farms. F. X). Wead, 154
Dougla St. W 14190 2
6 PER CENT loan.
Garvin Bros.. 1604
PRIVATE Money. F. D. Wead, 1534 Douglas.
$100 UP; low rat. Prichard, 1712 Farnam.
Sherwood, 937 N. Y. L.
4H TO I P. C. money.
Bemia, paxton Plk.
PRIVATE money to loan on farm lands
ana city property. Aaares ti m, Hee.
W 203 30
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
W hav it to loan In amount from $10.00
up on furniture, planus, warehouse r
veiLJLa, uvi ioca., civ. vr e auu 111 am V
without morigugu or lndorser to person
who hav a permanent position.
W give you the lull amount of the loan
in cash and we do not chafae for makuia
papers or filing qiortages. With us you
hav the option of keeping the money for
one month or six, or longer, and you need
not pay ior it longer man you Keep it.
We hope by this advertisement to nave
you give us a trial and we expect to re
tain your patronage by fair treatment.
'Ihe motto of our office Is "Try to Please. '
OMAHA MOR'iUAUE LOAN CO.,
118 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2293..
Obsiablished 16.2.) 308 B. 16tn St.
SHORT ROUTE TO PAY DAY.'
Loans to salaried people
UPON THEIR PLAIN NOTE.
No mortgage, lndorser or Dubilcitv.
These loans made quickly and quietly.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO..
Room 3u3. Third Floor. Paxton Block.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, paaraing nouses, etc., without se
curity: easiest terms; 40 office in orla-
cipal clliva. Tolinan, 44U Board Of Trad
Bldg. A, WU3
MONEY loaned on furniture. 11 va stock.
jewelry, to saiariea people, jroiey ixaa
CO.. sue. to isun oreea, earaar tnock.
LOANS, household furniture, piano and I
all kinds of cnattel security; terms lo I
suit; no publicly; goous remain m your
possession. American Loan Co., 8d floor,
l'axtou block. .. i
Chattel and Salary Leans,
PHOENIX t'RK 1 'IT fO..
Successor to J. W. Tsyloe.
TeL 746. 638 Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned ba ptanna, furnttuia. lew I
Iry, horses, cows, u. C, T. Read, 319 i 18,
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONET loenad on plain not to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
lli Faaton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411. McUaguo Building.
A RU8INE88 MAN
CAN acnutre controllina Interest In a profit
able ana rspiaiy increaaing legitimate
manufacturing business. Capital required
il.vM to fa.uuu. This in worm investigat
ing. J. li. Jon
jhnson, N. T. Life.
FOR SALE OR RENT, best $2 day hotel In
good town or m"o; nve years lease; com
pletely furnished, electric and gas light.
steam heat, three railroads, etc. Address
Dt x . ,XJ I Ml
WHEN you want to buy. sell or exchange
your business or property qulck see J.
11. Johnson, Sis N. x Ufe x mjw 1
TO BUT. sell or exchange a business, call
a " n . .. n a a p 1 a w m
on c J. lanan, mx. a, uu itnra 01.
When You Write
remember It miIv takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention th fact thai
you saw lbs ad in ine jpea.
BAKERY FOR SALE.
A fine bakery, nicely located, doing a good
paying Dusiness, inrge retail traoo. it
will pay you to investigate this. Address
Hi si, tiee.
F. M. CURRIE. Sargent, Neb., offers 1,200
nead or good native x ana B-year-oia
steers for sale. Ha also calls the atten-
SSnfh'lV1 sala0Iof "noSS. to T.
. . . - ... . . . I
held at Bargent July z. At tnis Time ne
will offer about 2u0 head of horses for
sale. These are native, unbranded horses
. Of excellent quality. x lit n
WHOLESALE bakery for sale, good loca
tion and good trade; railing neaun is rea
son for selling: new brick oven. Address
Box 375, Geneva, Neb. T M227
FOR SALE Complete millinery stock and
nxtures. opposite postomce, bo. uminn.
. FOR 'SALE REAL ESTAThJ.
tit YOU want one of the nicest 8-room
homes in nanscom nace 1 win give you
a bargain, owner leit city. Must sell.
J. IL Sherwood, 937 N. Y. L Bldg.
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWTICK & CO. for choice
bargains. - not is. x. lAia uiag. xei. line.
XI I I IAMQON CHARLES E..
iin,uiniiwii Farnam street.
HOUSES, lots,' farms, ranches, loans; also
tiro insurance, .uemia, raxton piock.
HOUSES and lot In all part of city; also
acre property and farm, lands. The O. Jr.
Davis Co.. Boom 662. Be building.
A MONTHLY payment bargain In 8-room
House, u. M. XMattinger. i'none x.
GEORGE (i. WALLACE, raal estate, mort
gage, rentals, insurance. Brown block.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by th
Union Pacific Railroad Company, a. A.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa-
clflo Headquarter, omana, Neo.
WTIT PAY RENT? OWN YOUR HOME!
See the industrial nome company or
America. Best plan on "earth! Office 221
Board of Trade tldj., 'Omaha. R. M.
Me, manager. P. J: RE-M237 A16
240 AJCR.ES. IK mlliw bUir.t of Irving-
ton; all under cuitiTatun ana nrsi-eias
land, r'nee, oo an acre-.- iv you are i'o-
ng for a farm don t fan to let m nov
ou this. "Pne f ryronv-iteed Co. (Sole
Agents). 213 8. 14th st. . RE-M420
BUYS A LAMBERT
Fast, efficient, durable;. Simplest, easiest
to learn, use ana care ior.
BUILT FOR BUSINESS.
Let u show you.
Sent on approval.
MONROE & CO.,
811 North 1th St., Omaha,
' i - . 240
WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE that havl
r.B.l.ij t ha ITnltao TviMioirlt., und
plies company we will remain in the same
loc&iiuii uiiu fjair in vuimici-iiuii wuu ine
New Century a full line of Invincible sup
plies ior an inacmnea. we snail oe s'sa
to have your patronage ami we assure the
mout courteous and prompt attention to Pr uceanic, via viucaniown
all orders. Auierlcan ' Writing Machln for other parU of Europe must be dl
Co., 415 South ;i:h SU 'Phone 1385. rected "per s. . Oceanic ); at 6:30 a. m.
GOLD cuff button with red set Return tol
Bea oilice. Lost 776
LOST, ladles' gold watch and neck chain.
Finder please leave at lies ottlce. South
Omaha, and receive reward,. . Sifl 22
LOST, black Eaton Jacket, between Leav
enworth and Farnam. Leave at Drexel I
Shoe Co.. or telephone F-293. Reward.
810.00 REWARD will be paid at Bee office
tor return oi ri" rouna juiy n in ladle
toilet room of lSebranka. Clothing Co.
Lost 108 22
LOST, opera glasses, Monday evening. In I
WbJting room at uoya s. inaer please
return to ICvS Cass St. and receive re
ward. ' . ,. LiOSt409 22
LOST, pair of nose .-lasses, Sunday, be
tween letn ana iiamey ana r. o. Leav
at this offloe or notify Tel. L-2664. Re
ward. Lost 411 23
SHORTHAND AJID TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN BANT S achooL 717 N. Y. Llf.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal.
n. x. laua. not
NEB. Busts? & Shorthand College, Boyd'
D. W. DUDGEON, 2910 Farnam. Tel. 196.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, remove garbage and
dead animal at reduced price. 621 N. 16.
Tel. 177. 8.2
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kind of carpenter work and repair
ing promptly attended to. J. 1. Ochiltree,
zotn ana um atresia. . u
F. MELCHIOR, 13th and Harney, ma-1
OMAHA Safe and Iron Win. make a spe
cialty I tire escapes, mutters, doors and
ale, u. Anarsan, rrop., lui a. lutn bu
ICE CREAM SODA.
SARATOGA to cream sods, on price.
ic; one quality, th best S. W. oor. 24th
Ames av. lis Al
O. R. GILBERT CO., tannere, 1424 8. 13th.
LAW N MOWERS.
1 Sharpened, repaired. L L Wks., 1406 Howard.
DR. FRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist In diseases of women in Omaha.
would call the sttentlon of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations)
before and during confinement and hi
treatment for Irreguiantlea, no matter
what cause, tall cr adflres. witn samp.
Dr. Fries, Arlington Block, 1611 Dodge,
QID. E. tt ALICE JOHNSON, osteopath.
Suite 615, N. X. Life Bldg. lei. ism.
DR. A. T. HUNT, 611 MeCague Bldg. Tel.
MRS. GRACE DEEOAN, 638 Be building.
Tel. Sk. if ah
an UNEXCELLED opportunity for active
party wUh $5,010 to $10,000 capital, to be-
come largely Interested In profitable busl- I
ness: money secured: will near strict
Investigation; full details only to those
Interested. Marks Business 1.0., uooo.
block, Des Moines, la. M419 27
LA C74 DRY.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shlru, to; collars,
zc; cons. 4c. lau Laeavenwortn. isu mi.
Tb Chicago, 'phone 806.
lng; all business connaentiai. in uougias.
' . -5m
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN PRICE. U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid,
NEB. Collection Co., 806 N.
T. Llf Bldg.
ALPIRN buys all kinds of scrap Iron and
metais. six dousiss hi. lei. . sou
WATERS PRINTINO COMPANT. Tele
phone 2lo. till Boutn Thirtoentn treet.
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITT EXP.
'Phone 1T17. 608 S. 16th.
L. M. E. haul trunk. Tel. 780. M865
GRAND Electrlo Co.. 16 Jackson. Tat 8846,
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramg Bldg.
OM. Van Stor Co., 1S11V Farn. Ttls. 1669-868,
PATENTS Sues A Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha;
no tee unless auccessiui; aavice rree.
vu oepi ir"
, , , ' " ,' "TT
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. Tel. 1253.
Bend for price list, cut flower and plants.
I QUICK messenrer sexvloft.
1119 Farnam street.
OMAHA. Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th.
OMAHA Plating Co.. Be Bldg. Tel. 2635.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls ior tne weea enuinu juiy
26 m2, w P0Mi7iT'
at the general postofflc ,f1Iow":Par1
uubi iiiaiia " "- " a boiler and radiation, pipe ann nttings,
closing time shown below Parcels post ppe coverings, electrical supplies, plumb
malls for Germany close at 5 p. m. Wednes- fn(r .tc etc a tuii Umt an(1 specifications
Regular and supplementary mall close t
foreign station half hour later than closing
.i. kAin i.i.ni that annniement.
nasuc- ary malls for Europe and Central America reserved to reject .any and all bids or any
,d Bud- via Colon close on hour later at foreign part of any bid If deemed for the best In
ia oup- i J'. . I ierests of the service. Each bid must be
.., a , , .t . VTT,
WEDNESDAY At 4 a. m. for IRELAND,
I Or CUAWtA, IB a... Awu.a, '
auiTDuniv A , A VI m nr 1TTTTIOPE.
I . w Riamnrck. Via . Plymouth.
naa a TT H amnrrlc via I'lvmninn.
h.rbou;g ;nd Hamburg- (mill for
France, Swltxerland, Italy. Spain. Portu
gal. Turkey, Egypt, Greece, British India
and Lorenzo Marques must pa aireciea
"per s. s. F. Bismarck"); at 7 a. m. for
FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, ITALY,
BPA1N. PORTUGAL, -TURKEY, EGYPT,
GREECE, BRITIBH INDIA and LOR
ENZO MARQUEZ, per s. a La Savole,
via Havre (mail for other part of Eu
rope must be directed "per s. a. La
SAtT?RDAY At 6 a. m. for EUROPE, per
s. s. Umbrla, via Queenstown; at f :S0
a. m. for DENMARK direct, per
Island (mall must b nlrected
A anita, vaa 1 tfa am a ''rka
per . .
PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thl -teamer
take printed matter, commercial paper
and samules for Germany only. The
same class of mall matter for other parts
of Europe will not oe sent oy tnis snip
unless soeclallv directed by it.
After the closing of the supplementary
trsnsatlantio malls namea aoove, aaui-
tionai suoiJieiiioiiioi 7 . "."V
on tha tilers of the American, English
Tfrench and German steamere and remain
open until within ten minutes of th hour
Ol Bailing oi steamer,
Mall for Soath aad Caatral America,
West Indies, Etc
WEDNESDAY At 10 a. m. for NEW-
FOI'NDLAND. oer s. a. Silvia.
THURSDAY At I a. m. for CUBA, YU
CATAN, lAMfttHt. TAoABtu ana
CHIAPAS, per s. s. Monterey (mall for
other part of Mexico must be directed
.. - . a 1 I - . . lO m I t! 1 1
uer . a . nvmcirr t I a . a,a. ava A" a,
BADOS and NORTHERN BRAZIL, per
a a. Basil, via Para and Manaoa: at
6 80 d. m. for JAMAICA, per s. s. Admiral
Schley, from Boston; at 11:30 p. m. for
Nl.OLNDLAlSD, per . . BiDenan,
FRIDAY At 1 u. m. for BRAZIL, ner s
. Kaffir Prince, via Kio oe Janeiro ana
Santos, (mall for northern urasu, Argen.
Csracas"): at 9 a. tn. for ARGENTINE,
URUGUAY and PARAGUAY. Per s. a.
Arablstan; at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
10 30 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JA-
MA1CA. SAVANILLa and CARTAGENA.
per . s. Alleghany (mall for Costs Rica
must be directed ''per s. 6. Alleghany ");
at 9 30 a. m. (supplementary 10:20 a. m.)
for HAITI and SANTA makta, per
s. Alps: at lv a, m. ior luba. per a. s,
Morro Castle, via Havana: at 12:30 p. m.
for CUBA, per a. a Olinda (ordinary mail
only, wrucn must o oirecteu " per ,
Malls tor Newfoundland, by rail to North
Bvdnev. and thence tr steamer, close at
this offlo dally at 4: p. m. (connecting
close ber very Monday. Vi tdotday and.
m fTU BlH I .A KIiB direct nr
. L Knnrdam Vmal T must ba directed tn Mobra.a river at a point on or near been a Mumbling piock, out in commua
Spe?' .N.0rNoordam : aw'.'nTfor1 rt JS ltowfeWinY. Jf hoPM 40 t0 Tep0Tt th CntrtCt
?COZ bdired.racLedr Vr fct lMliVVtoMnt back .Ign.d to th. wecutlv commltf. gt
(mall must be J'rjo'-d Bli.n'if M chsracter: iu act meeting.
lumbla ); it U a. m. for BELGIXM dl- . Qf ,ulnclent ,.nth t0 .pan ,B,d nvtt , 7
rect. uer . a. Kroonlana (man must be . , , v..t iijf.. 1 . .. .
s. s. Kroomand'H at li I -r I v ........
AY-.o.aV . . tr.m? trin..a"Va l Int" payable annaany. ootn rnn- na Knudsen, im feet oi wim reet 101
2 5? n e niTRMiTrvI n-e t.amte elPal nd Interest payable at New York 20. block 15, Improvement associa-
J;Lpni.'?r BERMl,DA' P,r leMM' nty, option to pay all after July 1, n-y7. llon add............
from Halifax. . Uk. w.hi nti anu , aii i.f.iu i. ... . i . , .. .i t.. u
I '....ii. u an1 l"i,u dn, u m u , .. I
SATURDAY At 9 a. m. (supplementary I"" V" - a. j io.h-. ''',"-,;
9 30 a ml for PORTO RICO (via Sanl"1'"' . . . . ,. ... . 'i nomas, a- nwi ura iiti
Juanr CURACAO and I VENEZUELA, per A certified check representing i per cent and se ne4 8-14-10
iUSn),CarlA(maU for SavanJlTr aPnd n YlkfeKT9clZt":h 6Hm,, to ?e,t'. RT'i a""4,
r.r,a.n. nana t atir.oi.H .. . . Ibid. Addresa L. R. HERTLR r. Clerk, n.i .nj nart nwVi 3-14-10
Saturday). Malls for Mlquelon. by rail
'to Boston, and thence by steamer, clone
at tnis omre daily at :." p. m. Mans
for Cuba, by rail to Florida, and thence
by steamers, are dispatched dally, except I
ureday. final connecting closes, for dm- I
paten via fort Tampa, on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5.3 a. in.;
for dispatch via Miami, on Mondays and
Saturdays at .) d. m. Malls for Mexico
City, overland, unless specially addressed
for oispatcn Dy steamer, close at this
office dally exoept Sunday at 1:80 p. m.
ana n.. p. m., Sundays at l p. m. ana
11:80 p. m. Malls for Costa Rica Bellas,
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, by rail to
New Orleans, and thence bv steamer.
close st this office dally except Sunday
at ! :80 P. m.. Sundays st o. m. (con
necting closes here Mondays for Rellse, I
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, and Tuva-I
days for Costa Rica). Registered mall I
close at t p. m. previous day.
m,, foP chna ,nd Japan, via Vane
,nd victoria. B. C.. close here da
a go p, m. up to July 22, Incluslv
dlanstch per a. s. Empress
(registered mall must be specially ad
dressed. Merchandise for U. S. postal
agency cannot be forwarded via Can-
Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle.
ciose nera aany at :au p. m. up 10 juiy 1
23, Inclusive, for dispatch rer s. . lyo
Maru. tReglstered mall must be directed
"via Seattle . I
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via San I
r rnuuivi. SH'ko iiwi-tt uhii; v t.w y. in,
up to July "XS, Inclusive, for dispatch
ner u. 8. IransDort. I
Mall for Hawaii, Japan, China and first- I
class matter lor tne rniuppin islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6:30 p. m. up to July 27. Inclusive, for
dispatch per s. s. Peru.
5 ,f'--,1 . i. ...
hr dally at :0 p. m. up to July ,
. Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Alameda.
Malls for Hawaii. China, Jspsn and first-
cla matter for the Philippine Islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at I
8:S0 p. m. up to August $. Inclusive, for
dlsnatch ner s. s. CoDtlc.
Malls for Australia (except West Au
stralia, wnicn is lorwaruea via i.uropei,
New Zealand. FIJI. Samoa and Hawaii.
via San Francisco, close her dally at
8:80 p. m. after July" "It, and up to Au
gust 9. Inclusive, or on arrival of s. s.
Campania, due at New York August "9,
lor aispatcn per s. a. tsierra.
Malls for Australia (except West Au
nd Fiji Islands, via Vancouver and Vic
toria, B. C, close here dally at 6:80 p.
m. after Ausrust 9 and ud to Auruat
MS, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. . Mlo-
Man ior laniu ana iarquesns isiana.
1 Man m r-B nPLfn ttnmm n.r. na v a,
:au D. m. ud to August --in. inclusive. 1
tor dispatch per . s. Mariposa.
Transpaoinc mans are rorwaraea to port
VI villus unity nil iiitj Btiimuiv 1,1 linn-
In is arranaed on the nresumntion of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
HDa. .Hit mall n a... a. n M ..A-
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postomce, New Tork. N. Y.. July 18, 1902.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER-
master, f ori iveavenwortn, Kansas, juiy
19. 1902. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will
be received here until 11 a. m., central time,
August 18, 1903, and then opened, for con
structing the following buildings. Includ
ing plumbing, nesting ana eiectrta wiring
Six Infantry barrack, one artillery bar
racks, one artillery stable, one artillery
gun shed, one artillery guard house, shops.
etc, and one bakery, at Fort Leavenworth.
Kansas. Bidders will state In their bid
the time In which they will complete the
work, a time will form an important con
Ideration In the iviril. Villi Information
and blank forms of proposal furnished on
application to this office. Plans and specifi
cations may be seen here, also in office of
depot Quartermaster at Chicago, St Louis
and Omaha, United State .reserves the
rigm 10 Hccryv or reject any or an pro
posals or any part thereof. Envelopes to
ba endorsed "Proposal for Public Build'
Ings" and addreeaed to Captain D. E. MC'
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha, Neb., June 2$, 1902. Sealed pro
posals, in tunicate. suDiect to tne usual
conditions, win do receivea at mis omoe
Until V a. m,( central standard time, July
23. 1902. for furnishing material and labor
I In Installing of steam heating plants In the
commanding officer quarter and flv
double sets officers' quarter at Fort Robin
son, iNeo. run lniormation Turninnea on
innllcatlon to this office, where plan and
specifications may be seen, or to the quar
termaster, .f ort KObinson. rroposais to d
marked. ''ProDOsals for Steam Heating."
and addressed to JOHN W. PULLMAN,
eniei quartermaster. jz4atuyir-u
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINO MATE
rials, plumbing and electrical supplies,
hardware, etc. U. S. Indian School, Genoa,
Neb.. July 23. 1902 Sealed proposals en
A nif.nnna.1. fnf UttlMlna- M.t.rlnl.
etc.." and addressed to the undersigned at
Uenoa. iseo.. win pe receivea at tne inaian
(School until two o'clock p. m. or August
13, 1902, for furnishing and delivering at
the school, a required during the fiscal
i .,, r . kv, ..,i...
rioflnr bSude'M hardware
mill work, paints, lime, and. cement, slate,
i being obtainable at ine scnooi. mooers
I will please state xpeclncaily tne proposed
I price of each article to be offered under
contract; an articles so onerea win De
I sublect to a rigid InsDectlon. The right Is
accompanied by a certified check or draft
upon some United States depository or
solvent national nanx. maae
order of the commissioner of
for at least five Der cent of the amount
of the proposal, which check or draft
shall be forfeited to the United States in
case a bidder receiving sn award shall fall
to execute promptly a satisfactory contract
In accordance with his bid. otherwise to be
returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied
: . . .. . ... . . . 1 . .
apply to W. H. Wlnlow, Superintendent.
To Whom It May Concern Notice la here-
o wnom it juay concern iNotice is nera-
by given that th Board of Commissioners
of Hock rnuniv. Kfhrukt win nn tha
aooui ooo iset; pue ano stringer, unanr
truss, wood bridge; white oak piling. 84
. ... . .ii. . ..r.
reel, iz incne at uuit ana ariven at least
24 feet into the around: bent 36 feet aoart.
pnfn, 0 break, with railroad Iron proteo-
tlon. and bent or Plies under same pro
tected by two-inch white oak plank; string
ers of Oreaon fir. 4x12 Inches, laid 16 Inches
from center to center; 14-foot roadway,
two and one-nair-incn White oak plank;
4.,,aaaa nn laaa than Ana i ni.K In ill.mal.r
A ,aa wnA tn aanh anan ' ..lllno f ttui
I high, substantial, nara pine, caps on pile
whit oak, 12x12; bridge to be 6 feet above
low watsr mark, and to b painted. All
material to be nrat-clasa of kind named.
Plans and specifications In county clerk's
All bids must b accompanied by nluna
and specifications, and also bond as re
quired by law, and no bid will b considered
unless accompanied by bond.
Riant reserved to reject any or all bids.
By order of the Board of Commissioners
of Rock county. Dated July 8, I'M.
a. A. JIHJ Jiuitu, County Clerk.
BONDS FOR SALE.
The city of Pierce. Neb., will receive
sealed picposal until 3 o'clock p. m. Mon-
day. Julv 28. 19u2. for the purchase of nlre
thousand and eight hundred (IK.suO) dollar
twenty-year 5 per cent water bonds of th
denomination of 19 for 8600 eact, and for
Bd bonds bear Interest from Julv
i AILWA Y TIMR HMD.
URLINCTON STATION lOTH MASON
Barllagtoa Mlaaoarl Rlvar.
Lea vs. Arrive.
Wvmore. Beatrice and
Lincoln A 8:eV am Dll:t am
Nebraska Express...... 8:40 am a 7:46 pm
Denver Limited a 4J6 pm a 4.46 cm
Black Hliis and Puget
Sound Expreas ell:10 pro, a 1:10 pm
itlLWAT TIME CARD Tea Maaed.
Fiver a I it Dm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:10 pm a 1.17 am
Fort Crook and Platt.
mouth oiiropra buto am
Hellevnue A Facinc Jet. a 7:w pm a 8:27 am
rtellevue A FaclflO Jot. .a 1:00 am
Kaaaas City. St. Jesealj A Caaaell
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a i V am ti pen
St. Louis Flyer a 1:10 pm all:ll am
Kansas City Night Ex..auiJ0 pm a tot am
N .-"! a rJU exceel fiaturdar a Dally
' .ZtliJdlS ' " a Dally
Cklcagc, Bsrllsgtea Qalaey.
a 7:t) am a 4r pm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex a t on pm a 7: am
Chicago Local a :80 am ellMjOpm
.a t.ta pui a J 30 am
a i;m pm
I UNION STATION IOTH AND MARCT.
CalcaaTO, Raelc Islaad 3k PaelSa.
ited .......a 6:00 anx a l:4n am
Chicago Daylight .!:?! ' :S pm-
yiiK '-- r 'iir r,T ;r I"
V Moines Local a 6 . pm bUOarn
Chicago ast txprs...a .o pm a 1.3 pm
Rocky Mountain Urn-
Ited .w wu
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
West .' 1:S0 Pn 1:41 pm
c0in , Texas, Cat.
Oklahoma Flyer .a 8:20 pm all:) pm
owrima unuiw i " 1
B-Mt Maii ...a 8:60 am a 84
CaafPrnla Express a 4:26 pm
pac(flo Express all. SO pm
Katern Express a 4:88
a 7o am
Colorado Special 7:10 I
Lincoln, k. iv.
st. Louis "Cannon Ban"
Express a 0:00 pm a :v anr
St. 1 .011 is Local, Council
BlutTS r:in am ain:nu pm
. P W . . ft kll.lil KM
Grand island VZXp !:$0 pm 3 K
Chicago at nonnw-raiara.
"The Northwestern Una."
Sast Chicago a 3 40 am a 7:00 m
a,U a 8:00 pm a 8:30 am
Local FIOUK Uliy ao:iun m a.nv pm
tr7i-i sir PaGl ' ...a 7:3i an. al0:25 bm
.. : . ... -
a 8:00 am U :i0 pra
al0:66 am a 6:30 pra
.....a 3 66 pm al0:00 am
.....a 4:65 pra a 4:06 pm
a 7:to pra a 9:20 am
a 1:66 pm a 8:60 am
k. - -
I srast 9t. rAUl.
a i:o pm
I , .i ui0ux City b t:(5 pm bl0:00 am
Chicago Express a 7:20 am a :! pm
Chicago, aainupJi. o
St Paul Limited av 7:60 pra a 8:0$ aa
Minneapolis BU Paul
K Dress b 7 JO am bl0: pm
Chicago Expre -U0;38 piu
St Lout Express.. a 10:00 am a 8:25 pm
K. C. & Bt L. Ex alo;60 pm a 6:15 am
Calcasio, Mllwaskat St. PaaL
Chicago Limited ......... 6:00 pm a 1 am
Chicago SS uuiaua JM..W i.w " a. .w
WEBSTER DEPOT 1BTH WEBSTER
I m..v XTIlla TlAaflaaad.
Hot Springs .w " sw pra
nrnmln. ruiUff SJld
I Hastings, York, DavM
I city. Superior, Geneva,
DOUgiaa ..m a.w yu, m .
Exeter and Seward.... 1 '10 pm b irao pm
Norfolk. . Lincoln ana -
Fremont " .v
Fremont Local o 7 JO am
Chicago, St. Pawl. Mlaaaapelle a
Twin City Passenger.. ..a 6:80 am a i0 pm
Bloux city raasengsr... .w
Emerson Local ., A;40 pm b ;4i am
Mlssoart Pactflo. -. .
Nebraska Local, Vlfc ' ,
Weeping water ...v...o t.iu pra avAv.a. mm
New York-Rotterdam, via. Boulogne, 8. M.
?. . - - Aa iU ts .v w- a. -aAvivl al tSatAaB
New xwin-ucrew s. s. oi ao.ow ia- ijm
Twin-screw Unnrilam . As llllsf
I1WWIHUIU alUlJ V V'
Stadcndam Aug. 1,10 A.M.
Harry Moore. ' 1601 Farnam
street; J. S. McNally, 1323 Farnam street;
0.- Jones, lov rmiiivm ikrvvi,
Neeae, First National Bank, Omaha.
Summir Tours on Ltki Michigan.
for saMB sari
Mb ? f
a. a aft. Har '
.InAina f o, Dfttrali, 1
LEAVES CHICAGO AS FOLLOWS!
traM.a.B. Thars. lwiawa.aa. ..
MANITOU BTEAMoniK w.t
OFFICE k DOCKS. Ruth n N. sVttf 8U.. Chlca
OVER AUDITORIUM CONTRACT
BalldlnsT ataa Groand Committee
Plica Hlteh with Paxtoa
Th. tSnilAlna- and around committee) of
71 - w .
Auditorium company toet at th. com
tnerclal club rooms to discus th contract
pending between the company and th
Paxton A Vlerltng Iron work for th ir
and tel for th new building. ThU con
tract approved generally by tha execu
tive committee, but tb special committee
i . . . a...h.
wa instructed to cnanga soma .
I mihiah at that time were considered Of lit-
tle efleot' In th' -tlon. which hav
the unimportant detail hav
-. ol h Tieat 4n tha
1 Bucklen 8 Arnica Balv. be in in
i woria, euros cuis, cwua, uumi, vun,
ore and pile or no pay.
TUB REALTY MARKET.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Tuesday,
Thomas Geary and wlf to Margaret
A. Kelly, eVs lot 4, Dtocg 7, aeiters
aid - 8
F. R. Babln to J. A. Hays, lot 2, block
2 Thirteenth street add ,
E. S. Flor to A. O. Johnson, lot T,
block 8, C. E. Mayne' 1st add. to
M. E. Weekly and wife to came, lot
6. block 8. aame '
Ralph Kitchen and wife to J. B.
Kitchen et al, tutt reel iois s. ana
6 and n45 feet lot 6, block 4, Summit
O. H. Ooodhard and wife tn Mam
Goodhard, lot . Cherry Harden
A. O. Johnson to C. W. Clark, lots 6
and 7. block 8, n.. iviayne s isi
add. to Valley.
James McCord and wife to Jame
Realty company. sVa lot
t. 6, 7 and 8, block 194, Omaha (6,000
I. E. Bain and wife to A.- L. Button,
lot 10. block 13s. noutn omana i.iau
1. tv Nnrwall and husband to Kather-
Ingebnrg H. Leflang and husband to
E. M. F. ienung, 101 , wn ioci 101
8 snd e47 feet lot 6. block 8, Qulnn'S
add., and tract adjoining
7.. M. F. Leflang and wife to L. M.
Carrie A. Hubbard to I. II. Leflang,
Qait Claim Deeds.
Edward Lamhofer and wlf to Henry
Kreymborg, uxU2 feet in ne evs
C. A. Raw Is and wife to M. La Bagley,
middle one-third or lot li. blocs. SO,
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