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THE OMATTA DAILY BEE: BATUItDAY, JULY 2G, 1902.
arlll ba Itkra aotll IS m. far
vealn; edltloa and aatll BO p. aa.
tor trior a lag aad edltlwa.
-Hate. 1 l-2 a word ret laaerttata,
la word thereafter. Natalaa- takes
for less tkaa 2Re lot the arat Iwaer
tloo. These advertlaesaaata mast ha
Advertlsere, br reejaaetlaaf aaa
eve-red cheek, eaa have aaewere
dressed ta aeatbered letter la car
f Tba Roe. Aaawera addreeaee will
he delivered m rasata.tla l tk
WANTED, a poaltlon as bookkeeper br a
iroung man of good ha<. business col
ego graduate and (food recommendations.
Addres 8. 1L Ellison, Box 8, St. Edward,
Neb. . . A M428 2S
A STENOGRAPHER When you want one
call the Remington Typewriter office, ltl
iarham street, 'telephone 1573.
WANTED MALE HELP.
IS FOR IIAL.iT JL DAY'S WORK
It you live In me country or la a small
-town and have a good acquaintance
among tne farmer and stac raUers In
tba neighborhood you can inane canity
by tour, or live hours wora. Write us
and wa will senu you our DroDua.t Ion.
The Hi PublUbing Co., Solicitors l'epi..
u mana, nun. . u tuiiA
WANTED, a good man la ever county to
take auodcripilons (or The Twentieth
Century iarmer. Our agent make good
wii everywhere. Kciarenoea req-iired.
AvIUreits Twentieth Century raimT,
uauna, wen, - . ttqu
WANTED, Insurance men or experience;
can oner you a good thing, can at a. m
' U Board Ml Trade Bldg. UZli
v When You Write
.: to Advertisers
tmeuibr It v-ni tuaes an extra stroke or
two of the yen to mention the tact that
feu saw ma aa in me nn
WAN TUD Live, energetlo man residing- In
JNDrasxa to represent rename, nouw
not neueasurlly salesman; light work
aaitirv . una exuen.k: yuunii man lire
furred. .Address Maliugur Hi Wiliiu-r. sat
WANTED, first-clans tinner; shop and -roof
work;- Bower Bros.,- tjienwoon, id.
. " U M-122 25
WANTEDi bench men; steady work. Ap
.ply H. Ehrlioh dona' factory, at.
. Joseph, Mo. -' a M42i 28
WANTED, young man that has worked In
bakery shop about throe years; will pay
a a rweek, board and room, year rounu;
'ugiVJoo; John O. Bands, Wahoo, Neb
. i B M1U 20
FOR steam- ahovel work. Night or day
t gang, i one and one-half miles east of
. JiioMilway motor. Council BlulTs. Hall
. Uradjng At contract company.
' B-M420 29
EXPERIENCED male stenographer who
operates Homing ton typewriter. F 28,
, Bee. B MI60 A2t
wt . r, 1 1 fr 1. 1 . ...
WANTED tor U. S. Army; Able-bodied un-
f inurllevi men Detwfeen -ugea of 21 and 3a,
citizen of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
speak, reud ana write Engilan, For Inlor
r.iutlon uply to Recruiting tflllcera, uth
Sud Dodgn St., Omaha, and poelollice
uUdlnis, Lincoln, Nlr.( ka. . B
TRUSTWORTHY " person ' In each county
: tov- manage' ' business; old established
' house 1 solid ' flnunjcla)' standing; trui(jht
bonuitie weekly cash aaiury; fit paid by
' thepk eachvWedntsuay, with all expenses,
tlirect fr'um .headquarters; motley adr
-vaxicud for expensti. Manager 3 Oaxion
Bldg., Chicago. . . . . ,. ..' B Jil47?. 2
HOSTLERS, teamsters and canvas men for
..Campbell. Bros, shows; ship August 1;
. free faro, Sweoney's Employment. 300
TIMBER and bridge carpenters, 12.50 per
dHg, for- South Dakota; free fare.
Bv. tioney'a Employment, Sjv B. 12th -St.,
Omaha ' B-JkI4M 23, .
WANTEp, kt nce. one experienced man
for domestic dept. 'and one rnun for win
dow trimming and decorating; permanent
positions tor runt rartie. write ta tne
Bofton Store. J?ort Dodge, lows.
. ' B M476 2
ARE YOU a Catholic and unemployed?
Bee mo. llixenoaugh, &w ware block.
AD. WRITING, .Illustrating, proofreading,
journalism, bookkeeping or stenography
taught by mail tree; pay no tuition until
we eccura permanent employment; gradu
ates guaranteed. position;, write for free
tuition contract, mentioning subject you
Wish to study. Correspondence Institute
of America, B340, Scranton, Pa.
B M468 26
WANTED, baker for Wyoming; man. and
wife, cooks and flunkey, for Montana.
yardman Wyoming, aio 8. 11th, Western
Railway Labor Agency. M42S
SALESMEN for latest advertising novelty.
Phenomenal suocesa wherever shown. Sal
ary or commission. Nevlns, 2441 Uth ave..
. new lux a- aui s-
WANTKO FEMALE KELT.
WANTED, two young lady student to
: iarn . uairoressing, manicuring and cm
ropudy and auienunc inaaaago, Call or
. write Room Boa Blag. c Uo
10 Girls. Call Canadian effloe, 15th eV Dodge.
. . - - . c ibl
WANTED Lady 000k. Eureka Kestau
rant, itut caaa sc. c Aujo
WANTED, bookkeeper and stenographer.
Auureaa.il. w, iee. c svl
WANTED, a girl for general housework.
mall lajnily. Mrs. nail, 221a bherman.
ave. C il
WANTED, a competent girl for housework.
airs. ai. uuinoiii, u iaiuyett Ave.
' O 234
A? ONCE, ladles to travel In th west; a
splendid opportunity aitorded women of
force and energy under our new plans and
methods, for information address M. li.
IthlttU. Xi4 Dearborn St., Chicago.
AT ONCE,, l.idles of neat appearance In
every town In the United States; premiums
given with ail goods; a chance to mate
big money. Audress M. li. Hthian, SS4
Dearborn St, Chicago. C ILiaU 2o
WANTED, finisher on shirts and coats
auo machine operator on overalls, shin
and duck clothing. Apply Byrne at Ham
mer factory, 12th and Howard sta.
C 465 27
tor for city work,- F . Bee. - MEDICOLOGY agent. foMow. field.'
enbaugh A Co.. buO Ware bl"ck. J-M471
' ' ' '
. - FOR- RENT-aotSEg. , WANTED TO RENT.
VANS and baggag wagons. -rl. 1126. WANTED. 8 to a-room house, good looa-
tlon, by firat-claaa tenant.
1 to l-room houae, furclalied, located In th
HOMSFSn fU ' clty- Th - West Farnam treet dl.liict. by th 1st
HCUJLJi', DavU Co.. 6u Ba uidg. of 6entember. by beat of partlea.
OM w. FARNAM SMITH CO., 1220 Carnam BL
1 K 21
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; .mc. 15UV. tarnam, or Tel.. 15 WANTED TO Bt'Y.
BEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK A CO., for choice WANTED To buy on or two good freh
houses. dol-$ N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Tel. 1014. - Durham or Durham and part Jersey cows.
D 26 N. O. Nichols, 2215 Farnam St.
. N-M451 to
MAOOARD Van A Storage Co. Tel. 14:. .
D 2S7 WANTED. 1.000 old feather beds, highest
' ' iii- cash price paid. Address A. B. Mack,
HOUSES, etc F. D. Weed. 1524 Doug lis. general delivery, Omaha. Mall crd-rs at-
i D-2H8 tended to. -MM A1
liOUsE3 aud nau. Rlngwait. Baikei Wjck. h . , -.,..,.
D XjO FOR SALE Fl'RNITl'RE.
FOR RENT, large S-room house, city water. CHICAOO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
1:5 00, ."-'l Llondo. 1-room houae, N.
iJd; $15 00.- The Omatia Kealty Co.. IW
Dougias St. D-577
lit? SPENCER ST.. 10-roora house with.
gas,, bath, furnace ami barn; nice looa-
tlou; rant IJO. Wm. K. Potter, receiver.
-maha-Loaa and Trust Co., 80S Broaa
. u a
roil REST HOISK.
1 'V L(Atl A T !Tt- ......... I &l MI.Mk -
ri'om bouse, 4-roora Bat. Tlsard. z i.
OOOD modern 8-room house.
Bemla, Paxton block.
Ul . ('Jill 13 ft ., lfllia, Kr., vmi ii,
rent Wm. K. Potter, receiver. Omaha
i.oan and Trust Co., Hi urown mock.
CHARLES, four-room cottage: rent
111. Wm. K. Potter, receiver. Omaha
Loan and Trust Co., M Brown bloct
ETEOANT modern -room house, tOJ So.
26th 8C Inquire at MU Jones Bt
MODERN houite. 1 rooms. T72S Jackson St.
Wheeler A Wheeler, Douglas and lbtn ec
Tel. in. u-mm
e-ROOM, all modem house, 2207 Sherman MOO
ave , a line one, --i.ai
7-room. all modern, lXil N. th St., another
line on J, i-M.tr. u. i. xuraingiun. ouo now.
FURNITURE for sale, house for rent. Call
mornings, an Douglas bc una
FOR RENT, excellent six-room cottage. S2d
and California streets, in gooa repeir
Choice neighborhood; 122, Including water
rent. Inquire at 6o7 N. lth street or wi
pi. T. Ufa Bidg. isin
When You Write
remember It univ takes an extra Stroke or
two of the peh to mention ta tact ui
you saw tne aa in me sea.
ivv u raoaern orica nouns, iicm iy mw.
each nine rooms and laundry: jbJ ana 41
South 29th Ave., facing park: on street
car line; price, 140 inquire of J. M. Rich
ards, 11 IS So. S2d street. D M.ixe
4012 SEWARD ST., 7-room modern except
furnace: good barn, only m.
094 M 4'jfl at . T.rnnm. all modern. S20.
Lnrtre ltj-rfinm house, stmaoie lor notei or
family boarding house.
Inquire Payn Investment Co., Main Floor
N. T. bldg. LtMMO ml
FOR RENT, elegant brick, modern resi
dence, tfbtn ave., near hi. Mary s- ave.,
cheap. Brenuan-Love Co., 308 8. 13th St.
FOR RENT, 10-room brick, modern resi
dence, only a few blocks from postofflce;
lust the thing for a first-class boarding
house. 145 a month. Brennan-Love Co.,
8t. S. 13th at. . , D M444 W
U-room. atone, modern residence, 2123 Cass 1
8-room modern brick residence, 1007 Paclflo
8-room modern, residence, 1128 Bo. list St.,
room modern residence, and barn. 1BO
Binner St.. 123.
8-room modern residence, 118 So. 28th Ave.,
8-room modern brick residence, 861 N. Uth
St., 120. .
BRENNAN-LOVE CO.. SOB Bo. 13th St.
D 467 81
FOR RENT, desirable cottage, R rooms,
modern, furnace, lawn. - 222 N. 26th St.
1 Mi re
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
ELEGANT rooms, finest , location In ths
.1... f...l,nl ... V MKU
LARGE front room, also small front room.
together or separately, wis .Dougias.
DEWEY European hotel. Uth and Farnam.
81 PER WEEK, 422 8. 18th at.
soutn 01 court nousa.
cool rooms, . modern, toll
tot -iii AO-
ROOMS, first-class location. 2224 Farnam.
MODERN rooms, furnished oc unfurnished;
waaajng-aisuince. xuru cw
PLEASANT rooms, furnished or unfur-
nlahad tarn enaulta. bath. 2615 N. 20th.
' ' E M448
FaVRaTISIIED ROOM.'. ASl BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
. C AV
THE Bonnie Brier; 1720 Dodge. Tel. A-2462.
UTOPIA,- 1721 Davenport st; rooms
hn.rH tranalanta accommodated.
The Albany. J101
F M456 A24
THE BTEWART Rooms and board. 1708
NICE front room, modern, walking dis
tance, handy to all cars. Burt si.
FOR RENT -I'NFt'RNISHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, 85 per month; ground
noor room in Tne see ouuuing, pacing
Farnam street; no-expense for light, beat
or Janitor service. R. C. Peters at Co.,
rental agenu. Be building. G 111
TWO nice front, one rear room for light
housekeeping, or will l urmsn ior roomers.
1718 B. 10th. O 293 26
FOR RENTSTORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by Tne Be at sit rarnam oi. 11
has four stories, and a basement which
wa formerly used as Th Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at one to C. C. Rosa
watr, secretary, room 100, Be building.
FOR RENT Utor in first-class location;
rent reasonable. Appiy ic c. x-eiera at
Co., ground floor, Be Bldg. - 12(4
FOR RENT Dek room or larg apaca
suitable tor mercnanaise oroaer or party
doing business In wholesale dlstrlot. In
quire Hen A Co.. 816 Farnam BU
FOR RENT. OFFICES.
Patterson block. 17th and Farnam, two
larg rooms fronting carnam, -j.uu; two
rooms, 17th front, $20.00; single rooms.
le bo as. u.su.
4 rooms, 15o5 Farnam, $85.00.
1 rooms, 216 80. 13th. $15.06.
M CAGUE 1NV. CO., 10OO Jjoage.
I 461 27
WANTED Canvassing agents in evenr
county to solicit subscriptions to THa
TWKNT1ETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment with assured good In
coin. 'Agents In th country with nor
and buggy especially desired. Canvasser
make eaally W to tloo per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer So.'icltors' Bureau,
Bee building, umana, k
SOMETHING NEW I I Just out. Bend for
sample. Combination Door Knob and Bell.
No cuttlna- or rulnlnx the door. Put on
any door In a moment. No batterlea to
worry about. No springs to wind. Noth
lug to get out of order. Own ynur own
hTl. No landlord to trouble. Price and
Bell absolutely guaranteed. Band $150
for aamn e. Axents wanted. lViSTSHN
ELECTRICAL COMPANY, 1212 Farnam
b treat. Omaha, iseD.
2ULU New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchsnged tj -ia
yOU SALE HORSES, WAGON, ETC
$ TOP CARRIAGES, 4 pha;ons. other top
and open buggies. Prsitter, t(3n Ieaven-
wortn. r atu as
ron SAi-R nonr. , vrAoo't, etc.
Ton 3AI-E. a young Shetland pony, very
small and gentle, at 1M Webrter vt.
FOR BALK. driving horse, harness and
buggy. Price reasonable, call evenings
or- address Wm. F. Ushner, Jill N Bt.,
Bouth Omaha, Neb. P 433 26
REMEMBER Harry Frost puts Hree on
and Ilxes renicies, inn ana Mtrenwortn,
FOR BALR MIICELLANBOtS.
WHITE sawdust; season checked oak tim
bers, cheap; nog (enca, ate. ui uouaias.
FOR SALE Phonographs; superior to any
other musical instrument; o up. ins
Wittman co., ibi carnam. j 2W
NEW and secondhand typewrltsrm. lilt Far.
8TTI.E8 trusses: catalogue free. 8her
man at Mcconnell Drug Co.. letn and
Dodge, umana, w bui
INDIAN good and relics., Ul Farnam.
VIM puncture-proof tires, UM and 17.00 per
pair. Omaha Bloyoia Co.,
loin ana i ni-
FOR BALE. thoroughbred Fog Terrier,
t(J Bo. 12th St.. Omaha.
Q 262 2i
2DHAND safs cheap. Bchwartx, 114 8. 1.1th.
1DHAND safe cheap. Derail, 1119 Farnnm.
FOR gas fixtures see Bam'l Burns.
14 iV A
L. M, B. always hurry. Tel. 780.
EDISON phonographs, 110, $20 and ,$J0
moulded records. 60c each, or 15 Der min.i
new wheels, $16 up, 2d hand $5 up. Omaha
Bicycle Co., lotn ana cnicago ts.
... Q M222
I ; .
FOR BALE, pictures and mouldings, ' sepa
rate or togetner, on account 01 leaving
city. Star Art Co., 8408 Leavenworth. :
Q M427 27 ,
FOR BALE, a young Durham cow. very
gentle, jum rresn; a good miixer, at 1
Webster St. 431 w
FOR BALE, 600 cattle, consisting of year
lings, z-year-olde, cows and cows ana
calves: all henlthjr and In tine condition.
For rrlcea and full description ad'lresg
lilt N. 40th St., Omaha. Q (60 $0 ,
FOR BALE3 Three litters Scotch Collie
pups. H. Brown, lKft 8 St., South Omaha.
. Q M461 81
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant- .
1614 Cass 8U
MME. GYLMER, omaha-'s celebrated
palmist, haa returned to the city alter
an extended Journey throughout the
country, and Is now at the present ad
dress, 815 So. Uth St., Granite block,
ATTENTION! ATTENTION 1 1
MRS. DR. EDWARDS.
Tha noted trance medium, clairvoyant and I
paimiBt, guarantees to ner visitors com- 1
piete satisiaction or no cnarge. xu ai-1
tatrs of life. If there Is anything you I
."i'l ?,no"' t?.l V:iJiiJ.?x'LX'?
uiiki niiiicu, ivViinuiv I'liau rt viibii 1
whose power has -mystllted the most
skeptical. What aha has done for others
she can do' for you. Your Ufa will be
made brighter, happier, and m path
marked out that will lead you to success.
Independent slate and letter writings.
Mediums developed.- Persons living at a
distance may write in perfect conndebce.
100 80. 17th St.. near Dodge- St, ' :
aicentinai what ana haa none Tor oinera 1
Lecture and apirlt messages .Sunday, 7:901
p. m., at Woodmen hall Cor. I6th.vt. and
and delineations. All are welcome. Coma
early to get a seat, 8461 26
MMB. SMITH, baths, 11$ N lo, 2d floor. K.
MMB. AMES, vapor baths, 124
HE SIGHED,, aha sighed. And then they
sighed aid Jy aid down by th river-
side. ; v -
He had forgotten his . . -
STOECKER CIGARS. . .
The only kind aha v, vuld let iiiui smoke.
HAIRDRE8SING, manicuring and chirop
ody, ior laaiea oniy, m . connection wu
The bathsry, iit-av Be Bldg. U aU
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con
finement; baoles adopted. uu uraut Bt.
Mrs. Gardeia. Tel. F-11U. U-AU
RUPTURE permanently cured In SO to 60 I
O&ys; sena ior circular, u. o. n oou, tn. u.,
Ui Nsw Sork Life Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
JVIAVA, woman's way to. health. -Horn
treatment. ooKiei ire, . eto se oiag.,
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail, ceuina iano Co., jtu Doug
las, c i
niauryuj. a specially, in "a
SHAMPOOING and halrdresslng. 26c,- In
connection wltn Th Batbery, tis-ifu. a
building. Tel. 1716. U-UJ
PRIVATE home for ladles before and dur
ing confinement; babies adopted. 2t20
Burden. Mrs. BurgeU XJ M26826
BARGAINS In blcyclea. left : for repair;
new ones at reduced prices, iouis
Flescher, 1622 Capltoi av. U-Mai 26
DR. B. M. JACKSON, room 4, Frenxer
block, chronlo diseases A specialty-; con
sultation free. U ill
TEL. 750 for L. V. E. messengers.
ELITE PARLORS, 616 So. 16th Bt, 2d floor.
U UiT Ali
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, Sd floor, R 8.
- U at JO Alii-
TWO handsome baby boys for adoption.
I8U5 California Bt. c ai
When You Write
remember it only takes an extra stroke of
two of th pen to mention tha fact that
you aaw the ad in Tha Bae,
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE I hav private funds to
loan on city resiuence property in sums
01' lout) and up at 6 and tr cent Inter
est. Give usscrlptlon 01 propeity . and
amount wanted. Addresa F Ju Bee.
W M3i2 24
MONEY to lean on Improved Omaha real
estate, ttrennan-i-ov co., u ts. uth.
4 PER CENT on business property.
C per cent on residence property.
Owtions to pay whole or puxt any Urn.
W. B. MH.IKLK. 401 H. 15th St.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith A Co., 1220 Farnam St.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, First Nac Bank Bldg. Tel. ltki.
WANTED City and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. v K, C. Peters A Co., I7u2
Farnam bu. Be Bldg. W 27
LOw RATES. Prlvat money.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Math Floor Now York Life Bldg. -.
6 PER CENT loan.
Oarvin Bros., 1804
PRrVATB Money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
$ZU0 UP; low rata. Prlchard, 1712 Farnam.
Sherwood, 617 N. Y. L,
4H TO 6 P. C. money.
Bemla,' Paxton Plk.
PRIVATE money to loan on farm lands
and city property., Addresa . Be.
MOMET TO !.OAJI-CMATTKL.
Ws have K to loan In amounts from tlOOt
up on fJrnlture, pianos, warehouse re
ceipts, live stock, etc. We also make
without mortgage or lndor-er to persons
who have a permanent position.
We give you the full amount of the loan I
have the ODllon Of Xeei.llllf the mnnev for I
,one month or six. or longer, and you need I
not pay lor it longer man you keep It,
Wa hope br this advertleemeht to hav I
you give u a irini aim we expert 10 rf
tain your patronage by fair treatment.
Tfte motto 01 our oince is - iry to Please.''
OMAUA MOHTUAOB LOAN CO.,
U Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2215.
(batabllshed 1M2.) .4 8. 16th St.
SHOUT ROUTE TO PAT DAT?
Loans to salaried people
UPON THEIR PLAIN NOTE.
No mortgage, lndorser or publicity.
These loans made quickly and uuletty.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO..
Room Sui, Third Floor. Paxton Block.
i.mnraT mrsiNKBS IM iiin to I
i.A itib.ii 1'LUf ij'j. mercnants. team- I
eters, boarding bouses, etc, without se-
curlty; easiest terms; 40 offices Inprln-I
cipal ciues. Totman, w coira ot irna PHT8XC1AN can secure gooa outsiae prao
Bldg. -x X Jl I tlce. Present occupant retires.
. I nvvirv. MAM villi X-,nft ran mat onaltlnn.
MUiNiiji icaneu on lunuiuri, ht iiwjs i
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co.. auo. to Duff Green, s Barker Block.
LOANS, household furniture, pianos and
all kinds 01 cnattei security; terms to
utt; no publicity; goods remain 111 your
possession. Amsrioan ioan co.t aa noor,
Paxton block. A. bin
Chattel and Salary Loans,
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
Successor to J. W. Tayloe.
- Tel. 745. - 31 Paxton Block.
' X M630
MONBT loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew-
elry, borses, oowa, etc. C F. Read.
I, Sl 9. 14
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
614 paxton Diocx. una J. a. xiutton co.
TO GET In or out of business cnll on Wil
liams, noom til, oiccaguo uuiiuing.
A BUSINESS MAN
CAN acaulre controlling interest In a profit-
. abla and ranldlv Increasing leKltlmate
manufacturing business. Capital required
12.MIQ to u,uoo. This 1 wortn investigat
ing. J. u. Johnson, xm. x. Lite.
1 - - -
WHEN you want to buy, sell r exohange
your business or property quick, see J. I
H. Johnson, 843
TO BUY, sell or exchange a business, ciU
on C. rf. canan, it. s, mn rarnam ti.
When You Write
rwmamher It iilv takes an extra stroke Ot
two 01 tne pen to mention tus tact mi
you saw tne aa in in tea
BAKERY FOR SALE
. - . , , , . . . . . m
A fine bakery, nicely located, doing a good
uunu,o, e .-.
. will pay you to lavestlgate this. Address
WHOLESALE bakery for-sale, good loca
tion and irood trade: falllnu health Is rea
son for Belling; new brick oveu. Address
Box 875. Geneva. Neb. Y M227
A 1 .. :
voR SALE Comnlet millinery
fixtures. Opposite postplllce,
i,t . x xni-ii-
rroo WILL buy legitimate business, will net
1 $100 to, $125 month. Address ' it, uee.
I - - . ' Y M455 27
!: r , i . , .
MAN with 13.000. "Interest given 1n a splen-
did business proposition. Address r Z4,
B LACICSM1XH-. HO R
For sola , cheap.
Address Box 327, Alma,
HOTEL FOR RENT The - Arlington, in
Holdrege. Neb.. 24 rooms, partly fur
nished, one. block from depot; price, $45
month; a gooO trade established. Address
E. w. Maxey, uoidrege, JNeD.
!..! r M470 27
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY for sale, loca
tion the finest In city of ten thousand
inhabitants;, gallery fitted to 14x17; all
modern Improvements; reason-for selling,
other business which requires my att n
tlon In another state; crops finest ever
known in county; this la a snap If taken
at once.. Address Room 30, Dellone hotel.
Y M4D0 27
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
IF TOU want on of tha nicest 8-room
homos In Hanscom Place I will give you
a bargain, owner leu city. Must sell.
J. H Khel-wood. k37 N. Y. L. Bids.
' ' RE M158
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO. fo choice
bargains. 001 N. z. Life Bldg. -Tel. loit.
.. Khi 847
,, 1 iiiirnM rJfARI.ES K..
I UAI,or1 ,,. . , , .,
""..,,. ."; V.;VJ." n r i
fr .j,ro.Prly. "d JT ia' .?'.. i.he ' y
Davla Co. Room 552.. Bea building.
A MONTHLY payment bargain In 8-room
houae. u. at. XNaiunger; tr none .
. .. Mass
GEORGE O. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals, insurance. Brown block.
,. , .- : RE-318
RANCH and farm lands for sale by th
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester, land commissioner, Union Pa
etna Headquarters, umana, sen.
. . RE-S44
WHY PAY RENT? OWN YOUR HOME!
Be the Industrial Home Company of
America. Best plan on earth! or nee ski
Board of Trade bldg., Omaha. R. M.
. Wilde, manager. - . RE M237 All
240 ACRES, ltt miles northwest of Irvlng-
ton, all under cultivation and first-class
. land. Price. $66 an acre. If you are look-
Ins for a farm don't fall to let us show
. you this. The Byron Reed Co. (Sol
Agents), 212 S. 14th st, . RE MUD
Twenty-Two Miles of Trees,
On of the finest, fruit farms In eastern
Nebraska, located four miles north of
Florence and only nine miles from Omaha,
the best market in the west: 1U0 acres
and no finer lying farm in that locality:
over 40 acres In fin young orehard, chiefly
apples and chei-les, also plums, peaches,
etc.; 5,000 twr year grafted apples In
The owner has cent ten year in develop
ing this prof rty ana nas never oeror
offered It for srle, but on account of fall
ing health Is forced U sell at this time.
This property Is Juat now reaching Its
most productive state.
There Is also a pasture of 40 acres, 20 acres
of which is hard wood timber; timber
alone Is worth $46 per are; balance of
farm In grain; Improvements good as
new; 8-room house, large barn, cribs, fin
wells, water piped ta buildings, hot and
cum water in nuuse. .
Land In this locality Is selling much higher.
cut to aispose ot mis property 111 tn
next 80 days we are offering It at the
sacrifice price of $V5 per acre. If you
want a fruit farm it win pay you to In
vestigate this, it is an opportunity.
W. FARNAM SMITH A CO.,
4320 Farnam Street.
RE M462 27
w offer a full city lot and four houses.
ixos. lif anu Ali iwni 01., wuu 1 wo
houses In rear; granite paving In street
and alley, all paid for; each house has
been thoroughly repaired this summer
snd newly painted; rents. $40 per month,
W have been asking $S,Ooo. but owner
moat sell at once, so we ask you to ex
amine this properly ana maxe us an offer.
THE OMAHA REALTY CO.
1201 Douxlaa SL .
FOR 8ALR REAL KSTATB.
HOITPES. 1oU. farms, ranches, loans; also
fire Insurance, lie mis, paxton diock.
WE CAN MEET TOl'R WAWTB, EITHER
By SELI.INO OR HUTINU.
HAVE UMDE CORRE 8 P O N DK N C JS
ION E Y ADVANCED TO r.UIER3 IF I
N FA KFS A RT KA8Y TERM 8.
OKOCER1K8 Several good places ItOJ to
II R0. Uood outside locations.
H TFI.9 it to 2& rooms, well located.
KtSTAl HANTS-llolll In and OUl or CUT.
BOARDING HOUSES Have big bargains,
f. This Is a snap.
I.lVERIK-Two place money maker.
CIGAR STORES Nice stock and fixtures.
Sl Dnoii stand, low rent.
LAUlNDKltt rnree wen equippea money
MEAT MARKET Big trade. Bargain.
uny equippea, maaing money; inveau-
BTOCK OF HARDWARE, CITHTNC,
DRY OOOD8. MILLINERY. AND REV.
ERAb GENERAL STORES, ALL WELL
STOCKED. AT PPECIAL INVOICE.
PR ICES. . RANGING FROM ll.COU TO
maiij uitucn nunintw sou rrauum,
PARTY has 12,000 for lumber business or
HARNESS SHOP, welt stocked, good lock-1
Must be active.
tlon. doing good business.
. T 1. XT "T" L3 . O.W...I .....I nw
PATENTS Several good ones; need capital.
BICYCLE AND MUSICAL STORE Want 1
nartner. Chance for bright worker.
HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD OFFERS
ON OUR BOOKS. We glva correspond
ence Dromut attention.
ALSO make loans or sell farms and Im
proved properties anywhere.
MARKS BUSINESS COMPANY.
GOOD BLOCK. ES MOINES.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN S ANT'S school. 717 N. T, Life.
BOTLE3 college, court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life.
1 Shorthand College, Boyd's
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c: collars, I
2c; culls, 40. lido Leavenwortn. Tel. a-i8.
BEST laundry. The Chicago, 'phone 2S.
GOLD cuff button with red sot. Return to
LOST, vest pocket memorandum book con
taining - c n. panses. iteturn to i-tee
ottlce and get reward. Lost 448 25
LOST, chamois bag Containing Aulabaugh
fur co. receipt ana money. .eturn . to
Sherman & McConnell for reward.
Lost 452 2&"
LOST, In alley rear of 2B09 8. 25th, $130 In
gold; reward it returned to Mrs. irtnnow.
kl, 2508 S. 25th. Lout M4.4 Zt-
. , MEDICAL.
DR. PRIES, tha acknowledged leading
specialist In diseases of women In Omaha,
would call the attention of suffering
ladies to his unsurpassed accommodation
before ana during connnement ana ms
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp,
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1518 Dodge.
OID. B. A ALICE JOHN8ON. osteopaths,
Butt. 615. N. Y. Ufa Bldg. T.L M8..
DR. A, T. HUNT, 611 MoCague Bldg. Tel.
MRS. GRACE DEEGAN, (88 Be building;
Tel. 2H6S. 11 A14
j FINANCIAL. '
AN UNEXCELLED opportunity for actlyg
party witn o,oou to iiu.uoo capital, to pe -
comi larKtly interested In profltabla bust-
et mnneV aecured: will bear strict
Investigation; full details only to tqo
interested. Marxs 5us!nea
block, Des Moines, la.
EAGLE Ioan Offloe, rellabla, accommodat
ing; all business confidential, uui uougias.
ALPIRN buys all kinds of scran Iron and I
I - metals. U Douglas St. Tel. 24.4. 300 I
WATERS PRINTING COMPANT. Tel.
Dhone 2124X 511 South Thirteenth Street.
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phona 1717.
606 S. 18th.
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 780. M856
I v. Btnr r unu t.i. 1K9.RRX
' m 5m
PATENTS Sues A Co., Be Bldg.; Omaha;
no lee unless successful; advice ire.
Ml Sept IS
I L. HENDERSON. 151 Farnam. Tel. 1258.
Send for price list, cut flowers and plants.
QUICK messenger service. Tel. 1017.
Ulv Farnam street.
OMAHA Hay Bala Tia Co., 8U North 18th.
OMAHA Plating Co.. Bea Bldg. TL 8536.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kind ot carpenter work and repair
ing promptly attended to. J. T. ocniitrae,
xutn ana lbm strseta. siu
F. - MELCHIOR, Uth and Harney,
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. make a sd-
daily or ere escapes, shutters, doors and
sates, u. Anaresn, rrop., xuj a. luin bu
ICE CREAM SODA.
SARATOGA Ic cream soda, on price.
.be; on quality, th bcsL 8. W. cor. 24th
Ames sve. zis Alt
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 B. 13tb
Sharpened, repaired. L L Wks., 1406 Howard.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
"TIT.! .MAN A PRICE 23 U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid.
NEB. Collection Co., 806 N. Y. Life Bldg.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans
ceespoola and vaults, removes garbage and
Otad animals at reduced price, tu N 1.
lei. 111. si
BUYS A LAMBERT
Fast, efficient, durable. Simplest, easiest
to learn, use and care lor.
BUILT FOR BUSINESS.
Let us show you. Bent on approval.
MONROE ft CO.,
til North 16th St., Omaha
WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE that having suc
ceeded the t nited Typewriter and Sup
plies company we will remain In the same
location and carry In connection with the
New Century a full line of Invincible sup-
f'lles for all machines. W shall be glad
a have your patronage and we assure the
most courteous ana prompt attention to
all orders. American Writing Machine
Co., 415 South 16th St. 'Phone WL
ITAMMKH1HO ASD gTtTTERIJia.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
GRAND Electric Co., 14 4 Jackson. Tel. 24.
D. W. DUDGEON, J910 Farnam. Tel. 196.
To Whom It Msv Concern Notice Is here
by given that the Board of Commissioners
nl Unnlr nnxn.v Wakr.alra will . . n th
18th day of August, 112, and until noon of
that day, receive bids at Bassett, Nebraska,
ior tne construction ot a Driage crossing
the Nlobra. a river at a point on or near
the halt-section line dividing section 0,
north and south. In townshlD 82. range 12.
which bridge shall be of th following gen-
Of sufficient length to span said river
from bank to bank. Including Island, and
about 600 feet; pile and stringer, under
truss, wood bridge; white oan piling, K4
feet. 12 Inches at butt and driven at least
24 feet into th ground; benta 36 feet apart.
piling ice breaks, with railroad Iron protec
tion, ana oems or pues unaer same pro
tected by two-Inch white oak plank; string
ers of Oregon fir, 4x12 Inches, laid 18 Inches
from center, to center; 14-foot roadway,
two ana one-hair-lncn wnitc oK pianit;
k , un.tvn nut acoa t.ii.i, v . - -. 1 1 . ... . u . . i .
4 truss rods to' each span; railing 8 feet
high, substantial, nara pine, caps on pues
white oak, 12x12; bridge to be 8 feet above
low water mark, and to be painted. All
material to be first-class of kind named.
Plans and specifications in county clerk s
All bids must be accompanied by clans
and specifications, and also bond as re
quired by law, and no bid will be considered
unless accompanied py Dono.
Riant reserved to reject any or an bids,
By order of the Board of Commissioners
01 Keen county. Dated JUiy . wi.
u. A. HiUiisuitii, county clerk.
July 18d30t M
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF
MASONRY WATER DAM r OR CHEY
ENNE, (WTO.) ' WATERWORKS. Office
of the Citv Clerk. Cheyenne. Wvo.. July 2L
l. sealed proposals win oe received ry
the city clerk ot Cheyenne, Wyo., at his
office In said city until noon of Thursday,
August zi, l&oz, tor tne construction 01 a
masonry dam on tha Middle Fork ot Crow
Creek - fpp propoM
work may be seen at the offices of the city
ingineer, ana oianK forms
of proposals will be furnished by the city
Each bid must be enclosed in a sealed
envelope, and must be accompanied by a
certinea cnecg tor ii.w.ou as a guarantee
that the successful bidder will enter Into a
Bidders .must furnish satisfactory' evl-
ciuuci, iliuwh tuiui.u ,n iip innui j ' rii-
dence, of their ability to do the class of
1 "?'"f . . , ,
.Bids w ill be opened at a special meeting
t tne city council 01 said city oicney
I enne, Wyo., to be held on Thursday, August
1. 1802, at 8 o'clock p. m.
J. L. MURRAY, Mayor.
B. A. ABRY, City-Clerk. Jy24EOD13t
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MATE-
rlals. - plumbing and electrical supplies.
hardware, etc. 0. 8. Indian School, Genoa,
Neb., July 23, 1902. Sealed proposals en
dorsed "Proposals for Building Materials,
etc.," and addressed to the undersigned at
Genoa, Neb., will be received at the Indian
School until two o clock p. m. of August
13, 1902. for furnishing and delivering at
the school, as required during the fiscal
?ear ending June 30, 1903, a quantity of
umber, tin rooting, builders' - hardware,
mlllwork, paints, lime, sand, cement, slate,
a boiler and radiation, pipe and fittings,
flip coverings, electrical supplies, plumb
ng, etc., etc., a full list and specifications
being obtainable at the school. Bidders
will please state specifically the proposed
price 01 eacn anicie to De onerea unaer
contract; au articles so onerea win be
subject to a rigid Inspection. The' right is
reserved to reject any and all bids or any
part of any bid If deemed for the best In
terests of the service. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check or draft
upon some unitea states ueposttory or
solvent national bank, made payable to the
I oraer 01 tne commissioner 01 inaian anrairs,
1 tor at least five per cent of the amount
01 tne proposal, wnicn cnecg or arart
1110 y 1 vicuna., n,n, i, - 1 1 i. vr. ui,
shall be, forfeited to the United States in
case a bidder receiving -en award shall fall
to execute promptly a satisfactory contract
In accordance with his bid, otherwise to be
returned to the bidder. Bids accomnanled
by cash In lieu, of certified check will not
be considered. For further Information
apply to W, ti. Winalow, superintendent.
.. . j-ja-a-ia-i-m
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
is changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the week ending July
M. 1902. will close (PROMPTLY In all cases)
at tne general postomca as iouows: farceis
post malls close . one hour earlier than
closing time shown below. Parcels post
malls for Germany close at 6 p. m. weanes
Regular and supplementary mails close at
foreign station halt hour later than closing
time shown below (except tnat supplement
ary malls for Europe and Central America
via colon cios on nour later at foreign
SATURDAY At 6 a. m. for EUROPE, per
s. a. cmoria, via queens town; at 7:30
a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct, per
a. a. Noordum (mall must be directed
"per s. s. Noordam"); at 8:80 a. m. for
SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. Columbia
(mall must be directed "per s. . Co
lumbia"): at 10 a. m. for BELGIUM dl
reel, per s. a. Kroonland (mall must ,be
directed "per s. s. Kroonlanc""; at 11
a. m. for DENMARK direct, per s. a.
Island (mall must be directed "per a. a.
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This ateamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. The
same clue of mall matter for other parts
of Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless specially airectea Dy it.
After the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic malls named above, addi
tional supplementary malls are opened
on the piers of the American, EnitlHh.
French and German steamers and remain
open until within ten minutes of th hour
01 aaiung 01 steamer.
Malls for Soath Central America,
Weat ladles, Etc.
SATURDAY At a. m. (supplementary
SO a. m.) for PORTO RU'O (via San
Juani. CURACAO and VENEZUELA, tiei
s. s. Caracas (mail for feavarulla and
Cartagena must be directed "ner s.
Caracas"); at ' a. m. for AROENT1NE,
URUGUAY and PAKAUUA 1. per s.
Arablstan; at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary
10:0 a. m ) ior roKTUMS ibi-akd, JA
MAICA. SAVANILLji and CARTAGENA
pel a. a. AlUl.ai.i- (.".. U fr t'CL'.il Rica
must be directed per s. s. Alleghany j
1U : a. in. (supplementary lu do a. m.
for HAITI snd SANTA MARTA. per 1
s. Alps: at 10 a. ra. for CUBA, per s. s.
Morro Castle, via Havana; at 12. HO p. m
for CUBA, per a. s. Ollnda (ordinary mail
oniy, wnicn must be airectea per s
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and (hence oy steamer, close a
TOSTOFFIt H NOTICE.
this office dally at : p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday). Mall for Mlqiie'in, by rail
to Hon, on, and thence by steamer, close
at this ofllce dally at W p. m. Malls
for Cuba, by rail to Florida, and thence
by steamers, are dispatched dally, except
Thursday, final connecting closes, for dis
patch via Port Tampa, on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5:3ti a. ra j
for dispatch vln Miami, on Mondays and
Saturdays at 4.30 p. m. Malls for Mexloo
City, overland, unless specially addressed
for dispatch by steamer, close at this
office dnlly rxcept Sunday at 1:30 p. 111.
and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1 p. tn. and
11:30 p. m. Malls for Costa Rica, Brllse,
l'uerto Cortes and Guatemala, by rail to
New Orleans, and thence by steamer,
close at this otllce daily exeept Sunday
at 1:30 p. m., Sundavs at p. m, (con
necting closes here Mondays for Bellse,
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, and Tues
days for Costa Rica), itealatered mall
closes at p. m. previous day.
Malls for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and victoria, it. c, close nera aauy at
p. m. up to July .', Inclusive, for
dispatch per s. s. Empress of India
(registered mall must be specialty ad
dreased. Merchandise for li. S. postal
agency cannot be forwarded via Can
ada). Mnlls for China and Japan, via Seattle,
nose here dally at :' p. m. up to July
2U, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. a. lyo
Maru. (Registered mall must be directed
"via Seattle "1.
Mnlls for the Philippine Islands, via Ban
rrancisco, close hire daily at :; p. m.
up to July 2ft. Inclusive, for dispatch
Per U. 8. transnort.
Malls for Hawaii, Japan, China and first-
ciass matter ior tne t'niunpine islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
8:80 p. m. up to July "M, Inclusive, for
dlsuatch ner a. a. l'aril
Mulls for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here daily at :S0 p. m. up to July 28,
Inclusive, fur dlsuatch Der m. a. Alameda.
Malls for Hawaii, China, Japan and flrst-
ciass matter tor the i'hil.pplne Islands,
via - San Francisco, close here dally at
8:30 p. m. up to August "4, Inclusive, for
dispatch per s. s. ConUc.
Mails for Australia (except West Au
stralia, which Is forwarded via Europe),'
New Zealand, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6 SO p. m. after July "19, and up to Au
gust 9, Inclusive, or on arrival of s. s.
Campania, due at New York August 9,
for dispatch per s. s. Sierra.
Malls for Australia - (except West Au
stralia, which goes via Europe, and New
Zealand, which goes via Sau Francisco),
and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver and Vic
toria, H. C, close her dally at 8:80 p.
m. after August M9 and up to August
IS. Inclusive, for dispatch per a. a. Allo
wcra. Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Istanda,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
8:20 p. m. ud to August 14, inclusive,
for dispatch per s. s. Mariposa.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
of sailing dally and tha schedule of clos
ing Is arranged on the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit,
Registered mall closes at p. m. pre
CORNELIU8 VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Postoftice, New York, N. Y.. Jt..y 18. 1802.
AILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION STATION 10TH AND MARCY.
Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific.
Chicago Daylight Lira- '
I ted a 6:00 am a 8:45 am
Chicago Daylight a 7:00 am a 8:35 prn
Chicago Express bll:lo am a 1:05 pre
Des Moines Local a 6:20 pnr. bll:W am
Chicago Fust .Express.. .a 8:06 pm a 1:25 piu
Rocky Mountain Lim
ited a 6:50 am a 4:' tit
Lincoln, Colo. Springs.
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:80 pm a 6:48 pm
Colo., j i xas, CaX .4.
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:20 pm al2:40 pm
..a 6:40 am a 7:80 pm
..a 8:50 am alii pm
..a 4:2& pm
a 4:86 pm
a 7:30 ana
. 7110 1
Lincoln, feeairice ana.
St. Louis Cannon Ball" -
Express 1 im pm 1 1:20 im
St. Louis Local, Council
Bluffs a s:is am aio:so pm
Btromsburc Ex b 4:06 pm bl2:f0 Dm
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm b 8:86 pta
Chicago A- Northweatera. .
"The Northwestern Line."
Fast Chicago a 8 40 am a 7:00 am
Mail a 8:00 pm a 8:20 am
Local Sioux City ,at:lvam a 8:60 pm
Daylight St. Paul a 7:2!. an. 10:26 pro
a 8:00 am all:20 pm
.al0:66 am a 6:30 pm
.a a ti pro aiu:w am
e aac uiiicanu
...a 4:56 pm a 4:06 pm
Limited Chicago ..a 7:4a pm a 8:20 am
Fast St. Paul a 7:00 pm a :w am
Fast Mall a 8:40 pm
Local BJoux city ......d s:oe pm uiv.uu am
Illinois Central. ,
Chicago Express a 7:20 am a 6:10 pm
Chlcag-1, Minneapolis A
Bt. f aui umura a 1 .ou pm m sna am
Minneapolis ec St, Paul
ExDieas D 7:10 am bio:s9 pm
Chicago Express al0:85 pro
St Louis Express. ...... alO:00 ara a 8:25 pm
K. C, a 8L U Kx.......aio:&0 pm a 1:16 am
Chlcasto, Hllwssk at St. Paal.
Chicago Limited ....;.,.a 6:00 pm a 8:0S am
Chicago Omaha Ex..b 7:40 sua k) 1:40 pta
BURLINGTON STATION IOTH afc MASON
Barllngtoa A Missouri River.
i Leav. Arrive.
Wymor, Beatrloa and
Lincoln ...a 8:40 am bll:55 am,
NeDruska Express a fc:40 am a 7:4o pm
Denver Limited ...a 4:26 pm a 6:46 um
Black Hills and Puget
sound express auiiu pm a :io pm
Flyer a b:iu pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 8:10 pm a 8:17 am
Fort Crook and Platta-
mouth d i:zo pm diim am
Tteilevnua A Pacific Jet. a 7:50 Din -a 8:27 am
Bellevue A Paclflo Jet.. a 1:00 am
Kansas City, St. JoaejiU Jt Caaaell
Kansas City Day Ex.. ..a 8:20 am a 6:06 pm
St. Louis lyer a :ij pm ui:u am
Kansua City Night Ex.-aioUM) pin. a 6.15 am
Dallv. b Dally except Sunday, e Bun-
day onl. d Daiiy except Saturday, a Daily
Chluagr, Borllaaton A talaey.
Chicago Special a 7:uo am a 4: pm
Chicago Vestibuled Ex. a 4:00 pin a 7:80 am
Chicago Local ,..a 6:80 am all .00 pm
Ctiicago Limited a : pm a cjo am
Fast Mall a 2:45 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 15TH A WEBSTER
Black Hills. Deadwood,
not Kpriugs a s:i pm a snw pta
Wyoming, Casper and -
Dougiaa ,. a s;w pm saw pm
Hastings, York, DavlA
City, Superior, Geneva,
Exetar and Seward. ...b 1:00 pm b 6:0 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln . and
Fremont tiw am otuas am
Fremont Local ,...0 7:80 am
Chicago, St. Paal. Mlasxaapolls as
Twin City Passenger.. ..a 6:80 am a pm
Bloux city passenger. .. a z:w pm au:.vara
Emerson Local b 6:40 pm b 6:45 aa
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:26 am
New York-iiotterdam. via. Boulogne, a. ti.
New Twin-Bcrew a. a. 01 la.uuu tun register
Aug. 2. 10 A. M.
10 A M
Ryndam AUf. ie,iu a.u.
11..,.. .! IV .
trecl ; J. S. McNally, 132J Farnam street!
H. S. Jones, lau2 Farnam street; Loull
Neesa, Flrat National Bonk. Omaha.
E :vstr.TH.p MAN ITO u
foe mhwm MrrioaaaalMlielr. aiahaa throe Mlllaca
aMin mwuk tyr !Trakfrt. t'karlvl, Mrwp
Spv4a. liar t law, rttl,y, Moalita llaaa. wt.
aMtluatarftatramUagaiaaaiali Aaalara faial.
LEAVES CHICAGO AS FOLLOWS!
Tsaa.Sa.Bi. TkaralBiMaA. Bat. p. am.
MANITOU STEAMSHIP CO.,
0FFICS OOCka. aS H. SYttar Sta., Ckieaatv
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