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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE; : SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1902.
will fee Mkf aatll 1 aa. for the
vealaa- ealttea aad til SO . saw
fas snoreta aa4 gaagay eaifloa.
Slates, 1 l-2 were, arst lascrtlea,
la a ward thereafter. Retble. take
far less tfeaa 2e tor the Aral laar.
Ilea. These aa'vertlaeasaala saaat he
Advertisers, br rrMllif at aaa
kcrri ebrrk, eaa have aaawara aa
Irrsaefl ta a naliml letter la ear
f Tka Bar. Aaawara aa address will
ka deliver aa areaeatatlaa the
FOR SALE CIGAI1S.
$J0.00 IN GOLD.
It pay to buy your clears of us. Ton
may wak up pome day and find yourself
the possessor of Hfty Dollars In Gold that
w give away to our customers each month.
Butler & Miller,
N. W. COR. 1TH AND FAKNAM 8T8.
A STENOGRAPHER When you went one
call the Remington Typewriter office, 1B18
Farnam street. . Telephone 1573.
13 FOR HALF A DAT S WORK.
If you live In the country or In a small
town ana nave a gooa acquaintance
among the farmers and stock raisers In
the neighborhood you can make 16 easily
by four cr live hours' work. Write us
and we. will send you our proposition.
"Vie Dee Publishing Co., Solicitors' Dept.,
OinaliA, Keb. . , . . . . iiOAi
WANTED A good' man In every" county
to tnke subscriptions for The Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents make good
wage everywhere. References required.
Address, Twentieth Century Farmer,
Omaha,. X eb. . , , . . J-ii3
WAVTI'D-Insurance men of experience.
Can offer you a' good thing. Call at 9 a.
m. 438 Board of Trade bldg. B 6S4
When You Write .
to Advertisers .
remember It only takes n extra strok or
two of the pen to- mention the fact that
you. saw the ad In The lies. .
EXPERIENCED male stenographer who
operate Kc-mlngUm typewriter. F 28,
Bee. , i B M400 A24
WANTEDi-Men to learn best paying trade
In existence for .poor man; short time;
little expense; positions guaranteed;
wages Saturdays; special Inducements to
applicant from distance. Call or write.
Moler Barbor College, l&a Farnam 'St.
; - i. U 608 Al
.WANTED A. good barber-at once; no
boozer or; student need apply: 810 per
week guaranteed. Madson, 2M Main, I re
mo nt, . Neb, - B MJW6 2
HOSTLERS, teamsters and canvas men for
Campbell Bros.' shows; ship Auguxt 1;
free fare. Sweeney's Employment, 8u9 S.
12th St.. Omaha. B 808 Al
TIMBER and bridge carpenters, 12.60 per
day,, for... South .Dakota;, free fare.
awe.'ney.s fempivyment, mi B. wtn nt
Oman. .. . B u9 Al
WANTED for U. 8. Army; Able-bodied un
married men between ages of 21 and 35,
v iii.cui. uZ 1 ,1. iwsA Cttc cf scd C" r
cter and temperate habits, who can
apeak, read-and write English. For Infor
mation apply to Recrultlug Officers, 16th
and Dodge St.. Omaha, and posiolHce
building, Lincoln, Nebrsska. B
WANTED-'CoatmaJter, . steady work to
right, man. Steve Vol, 2ouT.N street,
South pmaha. . . B MM6 2 .
SOLICITOR FOR NEBRASKA Only suc
cessfUI ones dealing with banks and cor
poration need answer; specialty; St to
111) a day easily made. Crown Stationery
Company, to Wabash Ave.,' Chicago, 111.
'"". - B M840 g . .
' ' EMPLOrMENT AQENCT.
WANTED Coal miners and machine, run
: ners. Wyoming; bridge men, surface gang
and extra gang, Wyoming - and Nebraska;
coal shoveiers, Colorado division B. & M. ;
coal shoveiers and laborers, U. P. R. R.
Western R. R. Labor Agency, 310 So. 11th.
' ' 602
. . SALESMEN WANTED,
WANTED, talesman to sell grocers' specialties-'
t the retail grocery trade in
Omaha and vicinity for a Chicago house;
experienced man or grocery cierk pre
ferred. . Address B It, care Lord 4k
Thomas, Chicago-- ' ittH A2
WANTED at once, traveling salesman to
soil axhandlea In the state of Nebraska;
Is pvr cent commission allowed; must give
reto-ence. The Hand-Shaved Handle Co.,
Campbell, Mo. - - M619 3
' Wanted rEMALB help,
WANTED,' -two young lady studenu to
learn halrdreeslng, manicuring and chi
ropody and Bcientlflo massage. ' Call or
writ Boom 220. Bee Bldg. ' C tS
100 alrla, Ciil Canadian office, 1Mb & Dodge.
. I...... ,. ,Ot4W
WANTED; lady cook. Eureka Restaurant,'
ltw4 Cass SU ' C 7iA
WANTED, a gtrl for generaT housework;
small family. lira,: iiali mi Sherman
Ava. .... : C 21
WANTED, a competent girl for hoasework.
Mrs; M. E. Uumuut, 6ii Lafayette Ave.
WANTED Girl to do plain light house
wotli. -4W Davenport. - C itxt
WANTED Girl for general hoasework.
Skli Uuon HL . , C-MW2
A GOOD laundress at ones at Creche, 19th
and Haiuey. . : C $12 Ai"
ARB YOU a Catholic 'and unemployed?
awe me. Hlxenbaugh, buO Ware block.
. . . . -. -c 7
WANTED, good girl for housework; refer
ences required; - four In family: good
wages. Mil Woolworth ave. C M823 2
WANTED at once, a competent girl; good
wages, email, family. . Apply st once.
1UM SO. luih. ' C (34 1
WANTED Girl, tor- general housework;
four in family; good wages. 2611 E St.,
South Omaha. C M848 4
FOR .REST HOUSES.
VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. 1196.
j. . , D 101
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; office lwls Farnam, or Tels. luM-ttoi.
I D 704
BEK PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO. for choice
houses. Sul-2 N- Y. Uf Bldg. Tel. lul4.
, , D 704
MAGGARD Van Storage Co. Tel. 1496.
HOUSES, etc. F. D. Wead. tfil Douglas.
i. .. ... v d;u
21'JT SPENCER ST.. 10-room house, with
gas, bath, fjrrace and burn: nice loca
tion; rent $3o. Wm. K. Potter, receiver,
Omaha Loan, and Trust Co., Sol Brown
block. " D 7o7
kOO BURT ST., rooms, modern $30; 4311
Farnam, 6 rooms, modern and barn, $-j;
Sous Muaon, 8 rooms, modern; 15.' N. 20th,
4 rooms, $10. Others. Rlngwalt Bros.,
Barker Blk. D 6v
HOUSES and data. Rlngwalt, Barker block.
I'NEUUAUED. central, all modern, 7-rouui
house, 4-room Hal. Tlasrd, iM N. Md.
HOUSES, stores. Bemls, Paxton block.
1811 N. MTH BT.,-7 rooms, bath. gas. barn;
rent IM. Wm. K. Holler, receiver, Omaha
Loan and Trust Co., Brown block.
- - ' . r-7U
iOOD taodsra $-roont house. 2d04 Blondo.
POrt BENT HOI SES.
FOR RFNT. excellent six-room cottar, 2Id
nd California street. In good repair;
choice neighborhood; 11, Including water
rent. Inquire at 607 N. lth street or &o7
N. T. Ufa Bide. D 199
TWO modern brick, houses, nearly new,
each nine rooma and laundry. 8S9 and KAl
South 29th Are., farina perk, on street
car line; price, 840. Inquire Of J. M. Flch
ardii. 1115 S. ,13d St. D-M.W8
MODERN hojse, I rooms. 2723 Jsckson ft.
Wheelf-r A Wheeler, Douglas and lnth St.
Tel. IKS. ,. D MS6
6- ROOM all modern house, 2207 Sherman
Ave., a fine one, 827.
7- room. all modern, looi N. 2Mb Bt., another
fine one, 2u. a. ,E. Turklngton, 6"5 Bee.
2123 CHARLK8, four-room cottage; rent
$11. Wm. K. .Potter, receiver, Omaha
Loan and Trust Co., 303 Brown block.
When You Write
remember u um i aa tra siroks or
two of tile pen to mention. Ike fact thai
you saw u ad In Tka Be.
FURNISHED house for rent; all modern
conveniences lius Davenport St.
D 797 Al
NITVV n.iut.vn . ... I.
v.uii . 1 1 , ..v., itit-v
and neighborhood, enameled Iron bath.
gaB, une siota irom car; ion in. zotn.
inquire 24,(4 Htwtrtk . -- 1 MK24 S-
FOR RENT, large 9-room house, city
water, 216.. Bloniio. The Omaha
Realty Co.. 1301 Douglas lit. - D J
FURNISHED house for rent; all modern
conveniences. ltw lavenport St.
2020 BUKT, rooms, modern, flltr; 2423 Er-
SKlne, rooms, detached, modern, K2.0;
yJ Mason, 8 rooms, modern: luoS N: liutli.
4 rooma, $10. Many others. Ring wall
tiros .i uar iter tiiK. i M4 I
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In ths
city, lime Capitol Ave. tt
DE WET European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
tl PER WEEK, 422 S. ISth St,, one block
suum oi court nouse. is 718
FURNISHED, cool rooms, modern, 2011
hOOMS, first-class location. 2224 Farnam
E 8U3 A
NICELY furnished front rooms for light
nuuseaeepmg. ajiu uougias St.
E iSS 31
FURNISHED rooms for rent. 1814 Wsbster
ki Juo44 JU
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge
LARGE pleasant south room, private fam-
ii. iui ouuiu eiBi screei. v "
COOL, pleasant rooms for rent at 1823
ieavenwortn. K M39 t
FlHJfHHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
ROOMS and board. The Albany, 2101
jJuuKiaa. ' M4o A4t
NHJE front room, modern, walking dla.
wiu, fuwujr io an -cars, aut nort St.
UTOPIA, 1721 Davenport St. r-7 A26
HKHirari.r aouth room, with board, kd
. istn. F-tW2 Al'
THH ROSE, 2020 Harney, targe parlors,
single or ensulte; also smaller rooms;
rates reasonable. F 688 A29
SOUTHEAST front room, with alcove:
. modern. 702 B. 29th St. F 810 A4 '
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, 85 per month; ground
floor room In The Bee building, facing
Farnam street; no. expense for light, heat
of Janitor service. R.. c. Peters & c.,
rental agents. Bee building.. G 116
FOR RENT-STORES AND . OFFICES.
FORRENT-Th building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 16 Farnam 8t. It
has four stories and a basement which
was formerly used as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bea building.
FOR RENT Stora In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply R. c. Peters ac
Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1266
FOR, RBNT Desk room or large space
MllltAhl fne mrKa l.-i .
doing business In wholesale district. In
quire Hens A. Co, 816 Farnam street.
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Steady employment) with assured good In
come. Agents In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily $40 to $100 per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
- Bea building, Omaha. 2u
SOMETHING NEW I I Just out. Bend for
uiiwuuh vuwr jviiuo ana oeil.
No cutting or ruining the door. Put on
any door In a moment. No batteries to
worry about. No springs to wind. Noth
ind to get out of order. Own your own
bell. No landlord to trouble. - Price and
Bell absolutely guaranteed. -Send $1.60
for sample. Agents wanted. WESTERN
ELECTRICAL, COMPANY, 1213 Farnam
Street. Omaha, Jeb. J 718
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED $ to -room house, good, loca
tion, by first-class tenant.
I to 9-room house, furnished, located In the
West Farnam street district, by the 1st
of September, by best of partlsa.
W. FAKNAM SMITH CO., two Farnam St.
WANTED to rent. T or 8-room modern
house, within walking distance, not over
$JU per month. F 64, Bee. K M24 8
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2o2u. New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. , . . i O 720
DINING room furniture. Some odd pieces
and kitchen ware for sale. 8016 Douglas.
Call mornings. . O 792
FURNITURE of T-room corner flat for sale
at once. Mrs. M. Bunce, 1701 Leaven
worth, 8d floor. O 8J3 1
FOR BALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
t TOP CARRIAGES. 4 phaetons, other top
and open buggies. Plelfter, ZtLt) Leaveu
worth. P M&16 A9
REMEMBER, Harry Frost puts tires on
aud fixes vehicles. 14th and Leaven worth.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
WHITE sawdust; season checked oak tim
bers, cheap; hog fence, etc 9ul Douglas.
FOR SALE Phonorrsphs; superior to any
other musical Instrument; $6 up. The
Wlltman Co., 1621 Farnam. ' Q 723
NEW and secondhand typewriters. 1119 Far
nam. Q 724
100 STYLES trusses: catalogue free. Sher
man A Mcconnell Jjrug CO., lath and
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
VIM puncture-proof tires, $4 96 snd $7.00 per
pair. Omaha Bicycle Co., 16th and Chi
cago Sts. 4472
2DHAND safe cheap. Derlght. 1119 Farnam.
L. M. E. always hurry.TeL 780. Q-M964
EDISON phonographs, $10, $20 and $30;
moulded records, &o each, or $6 per doa. ;
new wheels, $16 up; Idhitud, $4 up. Omaha
. Bicycle Co., loth 'and Chicago Sts.
FOR gas nature see Sam I Burns.
C 796 Al
FOR AI,E MISCELLASKOlfl.
I WILL receive bids for the sale of the
Harris A Klaher Packlns houses. Includ
ing the machinery or without. 1 will slso
receive bid for the machinery sepsrstelv,
bids to be In by August t. Address 714 N.
40th St C. G. Fisher. Q M814 2
CLAIR VOI ANT.
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass 8L
MME. QYLMER, genuine palmist, 31S S IS.
MME- SMITH, baths, 118 N. IS, Id floor. R. 2.
T M748 Aa"
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th. R. 7.
i ids au
HAIRDREB8ING, manicuring and chirop
ody, for ladles only. In connection with
'Ihs bathery, 216-ai Bee Bldg. U 731
PRlVAiE hospital before and during con
finement; baules adopted. 230 Urant St.
Mrs. Gardels. TeL F-11S3. U 732
RUPTURE permanently cured In 90 to 60
oays; send tor circular. O. 8. Wood, M. D.,
fcU Nsw York .Ufa Bldg., Omaha, Neb..
VIAVA, woman's way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet tree. 846 Bee-Bldg.,
GRAMOPHONES and suppllas, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Doug
.. , U-7A.
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with ihe Bathery, rooms 216-220, Bee Bidg.
Tel. 1716. U Tie
SHAMPOOING and halrdresslng, 25a, In
connection with 'the Bathery, 216-220 Bee
building. Tel. 1716. . . U-J37
DR. B. M. JACKSON, room 4. Frenxer
block, chronlo diseases a specialty; con
sultation free. U 738
TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messengers.
ELITE PARLORS, 615 S. 16th St.. 2d floor.
' U-167 Al
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, 2d floor, R. 2.
U M2ui A16
HANDSOME baby boy and girLfor adop
tlon. 1808 California. U M822 V
$30 RUPTURE CURED FOR $30-No knlfev
iw iiu urieniion irom DUSliesS.
Bend for booklet, etc. EMPIRE RUP
TURE CURE CO., 932 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Omaha. U 831
When You Write
remember It only takes au extra strok or
two of the pen to mention the fact' that
you saw the ad In Th Be.
HONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
state. Brennan-Lov Co., 309 8. ISth,
4H PER CENT on business property. "
per cent on residence property. -
. Options to pay whole or part any tfme.
W. B. MJSIKDE, 401 B. 16th St.
WANTED, cty loans and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith t Co., 1320 Farnam St.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W H.
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldsr. Tel. 'l4g
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. R. c. Peters A Co.. 17U2
carna.ni ou, xyce Blag. w 743
LOW RATES. Private money.
; Main Floor, New York Llf Bldg.
I PER CENT loans. . Qarrln Bros., leof
f ......... ., W-fl44
PRIVATE money. F, D. Wead, 1524 Douglas
1 ' . ;-r.w-f4s;.
1100 UP; low rat.'' Prlchard, 171J Farnam:
PRIVATE money. Sherwood,. 837 ft. Y. I
4 . W IMS
TO 5 P. C. money. Bemls. Paxton B:k.
CONCERNING th state of affairs of state
1 aesire 10 staie mat in tms state and
THE STOECKER CIGARS
are the most legitimate articles on th
'"" W S3 A6
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. "
W have It to loan In amounts from $10.00
up on iurnuure, pianos, warehouse re
ceipts, uv biock, etc. we also make
SALARY T JOAN It
without mortgage or-lndoraer to" persons
wij uvo a intmiinani position. '
W give you the full amount nf h t'r,r
In cash and we do not charge for making
papers or filing mortgages. With lis you
have th option of keeping the monyfor
on month or six, or longer, and you need
not pay for It longer than you keep It.
We hop by this advertisement to have
you give us a inai and we expect to re
tain your patronage by fair treatment.
The motto of our office Is 'Try to Please."
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
llf Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. l2DS.
906 Bo. 16th St.
SHORT ROUTE TO PAY DAY. '
Loans to salarfed pvople '
UPON THEIR PLAIN NOTE. "
No mortgage, Indorser or publicity.
These losns made quickly snd quietly.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., '
Room (03, Third Floor, Paxton Flock. "
LARGEST BU8INESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc.. without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices In prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trad
mug. X 761
Chattel and Satary Loans
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,'
Successor to J. W. Tayloe.
TL 745. 632 Paxton Block.
DO TOTJ NEED MONEYT
ALARY AND FURNITURE LOANS.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Room 808, Third Floor, Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned on plain not to salaried
Deople; business confidential; lowest rates.
sit raxion diock. in J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on furniture. I've rtok.
lewelry, to salaried people. Foley I.oan
wo., sue 10 uun ureen, Barksr block.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, tew.
try, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 819 8 12.
WHOLESALE bakery for sale, good loca
tion and good trade; falling health Is rea
son for selling; new brick oven, Addreis
Box BTb, Geneva, Neb. ' Y M227
TO GET In or out of business call on -Williams.
Room 411, McCagu building.'
A BUSINESS MAN ?
Can acquire controlling Interest In a profit,
able and rapidly Increasina lealtlmate
manufacturing business. Capital required
-,oci 10 , Tnis is wortn Investigat
ing, j. n. jonnaon, . 1. ire.
WHEN you want to buy. sell or exchange
four Duainess or property quicx. se J.
11. rfonnson, u n. 1. uie. T M739
TO BUY, sell or exchange a business, cull
on .-. 4. canan, H. 8, 1&17 Farnam St.
BAKERY fOR SALE.
A fine bakery, nicely located, doing a good
'yina uusiness: isr le retail
rie retail trad. It
will pay you to Inveslfxat this.
E U. Bee.
FOR SALE Mest markat doing tl.800 worth
of business per month: reason for sailing,
old sfe snd wsnt to retire. Address, Bog
sue, vuuniju gtiuaa, 1A g aHa-AI
Bt SIKEItS CHANCES. .
HARDWARE Stock, $3,5" to $4.S. Ad-
aress, v. j. ueering. carrou, is.
GENERAI, merchandise stock for !.
Oberlender A Ryan, Coleridge. Neb. Stock
about $7.ooo. Will sell sli er half- half
Csah, baiRnc on one year's time. Doing
good business In good town a bent farm
ing eoun-try In northeastern Nebraska.
Reason for selling good. Y 682 A3
MtLMNERY stock for sale, cheap .Ad-
Dress Ante coe, nanuoipn, .eo.
Y M821 14
A GOOD psylng buslneas to exchsnge for
property, either city or country; win besr
closest Investigation. Address T M, Re
office. . Y M827 7
MAN with $8,000. Interest given fn a Splen
did .business proposition. Auoress, F 24,
Bee. , ,1','. T-4b-21
When You Write
remember it fcflly take an extra strok or
tw 01 tne pen to mention tu lact. uiai
you saw the ad In Th Bea
EQUINE RECORD CO.
Proven beat dividend paying Investment of
rnn century; write tur ii liituibis.
Equine Record Co., 266 Broadway, N. Y.
FOR SALE The best saloon In South
Omsha; everything new and up to dale;
selling on accouTU of 111 health; must get
but or business; nice location, good trade.
Frank Thompson, 634 North 24th treet
South Omaha. Y M841 4
GOOD storeroom for sal or rent In good
town. Add. F 67,. Bee. - Y M847 8
PIONEER FARM FOR RENT.
Located in southwestern Minnesota; 1G0
acres In splendid' state of cultivation; six
mile from Omsha railroad; farm storked
with high-grade Galloway cattle, which
are for sale; owner getting old Is reason
for renting; particulars may be had upon
SHIMEJR & CHASE,
Farms, Ranches, Modern Cottages,
Y-M837 2 . .
EXCHANGE General merchandise. Invoice
tu.uuv, tor tana or rancn; otner stocks;
list your property with me. T. M. Cllne,
1238 O St., Lincoln,. Neb. Z M624 A2
$10,000 TO $15,000 stock of genera tnerchan-
aise to exenange- for land and one-third
cash. Address,- XYZ, Shlckley, Neb.
- - 4 M664 2
I will exchange my home for several va
cant 101s or one. or two acres close In
and hear car line and will pay some dif
ference. The house Is an 8-room all mod
ern dwelling, except furnace; two full
south front lots 100x130. set with choice
! varieties of cherries, plums, crabapples,
peaches and applet, now two years old,
plenty of small fruit currants, goose-
raspuernes, eto.;. nice
maple shade trees, selected roses, vines
and shrubbery. .Address K 68, Bee.
' Z M838 4
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. .
THE MARKS BUSINESS COMPANY.
Promoters of Industries. -
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Business Chances Bought and Sold. -Partners
Furnished. Special Atten
tion ta th Sale of Furnlshei Houses.
Rooming Houses. Hotels, Cigar and
News Stands. Groceries, Meat Mar
kers, Dry Goods Stores, Millineries
and all clasres' of Business. Capital
secured for Patents. Stocks ot Mer- .
Advance money to buyers on miv tumi.
t If you are looking, for small or lar.e In
vestments we can help you, or should you
wish to increase your business and want
capital, let us know. v
w give everything promnt attention and
guarantee satisfaction. Call or write.
MA Xiao BUSlNrcJ8 CO.
436 GOOD BLOCK. PES MOINES.
FOR SALS MEAL-ESTATE.
A SNAP! Elegant . mofcrn" 9-room brick
dwelling. .. KoAintse Iliac. $3,799, worth
W,O0a.J'rtnkitoXrlnn, Jl2 N. Y. Life,
SEE PAYNE, SOHTWIcic CO.' f of choice
"'" . swi . x. iiu uiai Tel. wis.
I - RE 761
WILLIAIVJSON fflSFUe 1201
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
n uiufv:, iy aiiu IHTin ISI1QS. I TIG O. F.
DavU Co., Room 653 Bea Building.
- ' ' - ' ' RE 763
A MONTHLY payment bargain In 8-room
vr. in. nun(Wf roont 4t.
: : '. .... ,.- , w KE-Mo36
GEORGE G. WALLACE," teal estate, mort-
iouwui, luouraucB.,, crown block.
i ' RE 764
RANCH and farm lands; for sale by the
.Union Paclflo Railroad noinpanv. B. A.
vAtmict, ..anu cuinnnnproner, union Fg
. clflo Headquarters, Omaha Nab. .
' , Rfi? 765
WHY PAY RENTT OWN TOCR HOME!
. ore ine inuuBtriai nome company of
.America. Best plan .on earth! Office, 221
Board of Trade Bldg.,' Omaha. R. M.
Wilde, manager. ",RE M237 Al8
20 ACRES. tH miles northwest of Irving,
ton:-all under cultivation and first-class
isnui rnce, oo an acre. II you are look-
ins tor a (arm don f fall -to let us shbw
you , this, nhe Byron Reed Co. t Sole
Agents), 212 8. 14th St,.
HOUSES, lots, farms, faflcfies, loans; also
uie iiiBurauce. ciemis, paxton block
, i HE 766
FOR BALE 80 acres land,- near Florence.
$1,600. The O. F. Davis Co.. 606 3e Bldg!
; .. RE 666-A6
FOR SALE House, wMh ,tn and one-half
acres tana, near street-car,, si.aoo. Th O
F..Davls CO., 6ug Bee Bldg. ; RE 667 A6
RANCH 8.000 acres deeded section school
una tease; sou acres unaer plow; gr'.ss to
cut. Boo tons.;.by;. . 8 miles government
range front; 7 . inexhaustible wells; 6
pumping ouLfitSj 900-baj-rel tankaae; 12
miles fence aud 1 corrals; 70 acres planted
timber; house, stable, sheds. Price lij.OuO.
T. P. Heston, Bartlett, Neb. - -
. -RE 76-A9
TWO SPECIAL BA-RGAINS .
IN ALFALFA FARMS ' "
820 acres in Dawson coonty near Overton'.
,-.cu., uii uuun union x'acinc. Ad
joining farm held at $26 pef- acre, po bet
ter. This farm only $15 per acre, , $4 8u0.
A big snap." Will b taken annn -
160 acres ic Lincoln county 6 miles "north-
. west 01 norm naite. A very fine al
falfa farm; 80 acres now In alfalfa. This
. farm .properly stocked with hogs will pay
more net. Income than any 112,ou0- farta In
Iowa. Pric only $4,500. ..... f ;
Write u for full particular and' w wilt
snd you a copy of , .
' "ALFALFA FACTS."
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY
Th . Alfalfa Land Men."
- OMAHA. ..
. BE M799 I ,
FOR BALE, by W, H. Green. 40? N. Y. Lif
bldg., a few first mortgages; bearing 7
per cent, on irrigated farms.
DR. PRIES, the asknowledged - leading
specialist In diseases of women in Omaha,
would call the attention of suffering
ladles to his. unsurpassed accommodations
v before and during confinement and his
treatment for irregularities, no matter
what caus. Call or address,' with stamp.
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1513 Dodge,
Omaha. - 76,
GID. E. A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suit 515. N. Y. Uf Bldg. Tel. 1664.
DR. A. T. HUNT, til McCagu Bldg. Tel.
MRS. GRACE DEEGAN, 538 pe building.
Tel flam 174 A 14
. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN SANT'B school. 717 N. Y- I-lfe,
BOYLES college, court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life. ; . t-7
NEB. Buslnesa A Shorthand College. Boyd s
BUYS A LAMBERT
Fast, efflclt. durable. Simplest, easiest
to learn, us and care for.
BUILT FOR BUSINESS.
' Let us show you. Bent on approval.
MONROE A CO.,
til North lth St, Omaha.
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phon 1717, 06 Bo. lth
U M. E. hauls trunk. Tel. 790. MS55
PATENTS Sue A Co., Be Bldg., Omaha;
no fee unless successful; advice free.
' 881 B19
L. HENDERSON, 1618 Farnam. Tel. 1253.
Send for pric Hat, cut flower and plants.
DRESSMAKING In families or at horn.
Miss Sturdy, 2580 Harney. 833 AS1
QUICK messenger service. Tel. 1017.
M4i A 21
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Derlght',
1119 Farnam street. 785
OMAHA Hay Bale Tl Co., Hi North Hth.
OMAHA Plating Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2535.
" . 787
GRAND Electric Co., II A Jackson. Tel 2S46.
- - ' -7S
D. W. DUDGEON, 2910 Farnam. Tel. 1166.
; -779 A
CARPENTERS .AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds at carpenter work and repair
ing promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
' 20th and Lake streets. 870
, ICE CREAM SODA.
SARATOGA Ice Cream Soda one price, 6d;
one quality, the best. S. W. Cor. 24th and
Ames Ave. ' 213 A16
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanner, 1424 So. 13th.
Sharpened, repaired, L L Wks., 1406 Howard
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED.; Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
. When You Write. "
remember It only take an xtra strok r
two of th pen to mention th fact that
you saw th ad In Th Bee.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
ETILLMAN A PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid.
NEB. Collection Co.. 80S N. Y. Life Bldg.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars,
ac; cutis, c lw wavenwortn. Tel. A-1783.
EEST laundry. Th Chicago, 'phone 206. .
LOST, vest pocket memorandum book con
taining rt. xt. passes, xteiurn to Be
office and get reward.
Lost 828 8
P. MELCHIOR, 13th ana Harney, ma
CMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Andreen, Prop., 102 S. 10th SU
MIXED country scrap, 811; stov plate, 28.
Alplrn, 802 Farnam. - T78
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phono 2190. 611 South Thirteenth street.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
'. cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
dead animals at reduced price; 621 N. 16,
Tel. 1778. , 780
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 13ol Douglas.
OM. Van Stor. Co., UllVk Farn. TeU. 1559-86S.
TINNERS AND CORNICES.
E. SAVAGE, 2822 Farnam. 'Phone, 2111.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILD1NO MATE
rials, plumbing 'and electrical supplies,
hardwars, tc U. S. 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 b received at the Indian
School until two o'clock p. m. of August
13, 1Sw2. for furnishing and delivering at
th school.' as required during th fiscal
rear sndlng June 80, lt, a quantity of
umber, tin roofing, builders' hardware,
snlllwork, paints, lima, sand, cement, slats,
a boiler and radiation, pip and ntUngs,
filp coverings, electrical supplies, plumb
ng, etc, etc., a full Hat and specifications
being obtainable at th school. Bidders
will please stats bDeclrically the Droooaed
price of each article to be offered under
contract; all articles so offered will b
subject to a rigid inspection. Th right is
reserved 10 leject any ana an Dias or any
Dart of any bid if deemed for the beat In
terests of the service. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check or draft
upon some United States depository or
solvent national bank, made payable to th
order of th commissioner of Indian affairs.
lor si least nve per cent 01 ine amount
v ii. y j 1 , u , v 1 im , vr ui.ii
shall be forfeited to the United States in
case a bidder receiving an award shall fall
to execute promptly a satisfactory contract
in accordance with his bid. otherwise to be
returned to th bidder. Bids accompanied
by cash In lieu of certified check will not
be considered. For further Information
apply to W. 11. Wlnslow, Superintendent.
To Whom It May Concern Notice Is here
by given that the Board of Coinmlaioner
of Hock county, Nebraska will, on the
18th day tif August, 1!K3, and tintli noon of
that day, receive bids st Bassett, Nebrsska,
for the construction of a Bridge crossing
the Nlobrs.a river at a point on or near
the half-sectlnn line dividing section $,
north and south. In township 32. range 14,
which bridge shall be of the following gen
of sufficient length to span said river
from bank to bank, including lalsnd, and
about H0 feet; pile and stringer, under
truss, wood bridge; white oak piling, 84
feet, 12 Inches at butt and driven at b-ast
24 feet into th ground; bents 9 feet apart,
4 piles to the bent: bents protected by
piling' ice breaks, with railroad iron protec
tion, and bents or plies tinder same pro
tected by two-Inch white oak plank; string
ers of Oregon fir, 4x12 Inches, laid 16 Inches
from center to center; 14-foot roadway,
two and one-half-inch white oak plank;
trusses not less than one Inch in diameter
4 truss rods to each span; railing 8 feet
high, substantial, nnrd pine, caps on plies
white oak, 12x12; bridge to be feet above
low water mark, and to be painted. All
material to be first-class of kind named.
Plans and epeclflcsttons In county clerk'
All bids muat be accompanied by plan
and specifications, and also bond as re
quired by law, and no bid will b considered
unless accompanied by bond.
Right reserved to reject any or all bids.
By order ot ths Board of Commissioner
of Rock county. Dsted July 8, 1902.
O. A. HILLBURO, County Clerk.
July 18d30t M
PROPO8AL8 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF
MASONRY WATER DAM FOR CHEY
ENNE. (WTO.) WATERWORKS. Office
of the City Clerk. Cheyenne. Wyo., July 21,
inu. eieaiea propoaaia win oe reoeivea oy
the city clerk of Cheyenne, Wyo., at hi
office in said city untli noon of Thursday,
August 21, 1902, for the construction of a
masonry nam on th Middle Fork of Crow
Flans and specifications for the cronosad
work may be seen at the offices of the city
clerk or the city engineer, and blank forma
of proposal will b -furnished by th city
Each bid must be enclosed In a sealed
envelop, and must be accompanied by a
certified check for $1,000.00 as a guarantee
that the successful bidder will enter Into a
Bidders must furnish satisfactory evi
dence, of their, ability to do th class of
Bids will be opened at a special meeting
of the city council of said city of Chev-
enne. Wyo.. to be held on Thursday. August
11, iwz, at s o ciocx p. m.
J. L. MURRAY. Mayor.
E. A. ABRY, City Clerk. Jy24EODl3t
RAILWAY TIME CAKfJ.
UNION STATION 10TH AND MARCT.
Chicago, Rock Ialaad Jt PaclSe.
EAST. "rv' Arrtr
Chlcsgo Daylight Um-'
lted , a 8:00 am 6:46 am
Chicago Daylight.... ....a 7:00 am a 9:35 pra
Chicago Express..... ...,bll:l am a 6:05 pm
Des Moines Local a 6:20 pra b 11:60 ass
Chicago Fust Express.. .a 6:06 pm a 1 J6 pm
Rocky Mountain Lim
ited a 1:50 am a 4:66 am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Denver, Pueblo and
West .a 1:10 pm a f:4$ pm
Colo., Texas, CaL A
Oklahoma Flyer a 5:10 pm al2:40 pm
Chicago Express a 7.20 am a 1:10 pm
Chicago, Minneapolis A
St. Paul Limited; a 7:60 pm a 8:06 am
Minneapolis A St, Paul
Express b T JO am t10:35 pm
Chicago Express al0:85 pnj
. t akoa I'aeiUc.
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 7:20 pm
Fast Mall . ...... .a 8:60 am a 1. 2d pm
California Express a 4:25 pm
Pacllic Express all:30 pm '
Eaatsrn Express. a 4:86 pm
Atlantic Express a :u am
Colorado Special 7:10 am
Chicago Spncla. 3:40 am
Lincoln, Lsatrlc and ,
Stromsburg Ex... b 4.06 pm bll:60 pm
Grand Island Local b 5:30 pm b 9:35 pm
St Louis "Cadnon Bali"
. Express a 6:56 pm a 8:20 am
Bt. Louis Local, Council '
Bluff a 9:16 am al0:S0 pm
Chicago A Nortnwestera.
- "Th Northwestern Lin,"
Fast ChL-gi. .a 3 40 am a 7:00 am
Mall ..a 8:00 pm a 8:30 am
Local Sioux-City al:lum a 3:50 pm
Daylight St, Pent. a T:3l an. a 10:25 pm
Daylight Chicago. ......a 8:00 am all:20 pm
Local Chicago al0:5 am a 5:30 pm
Local Carroll a i-io pm al0:00 am
Fast Chicago a 4 66 pm a 4:06 pm
Limited Chicago... ......a 7:4b pm a 9:20 am
Fast St. Paul... a 7:55 pm . a 8:50 am
Fast Mali.......... a 9:40 pm
Local Sioux City b 8:55 pm bl0:00 am
St. Louis Express... ....al0:00 am a 1:25 pm
K. C. A St. L. alv:60 pm a 6:16 am
Chicago, Mllwaakc Jt St. Paal.
Chicago A Omaha Ex..b 7:40 am b 8:40 pm
cnicago .Limiiea r.x....a e:uu pm a 7:t0 am
BURLINGTON STATION IOTH A MASON
Darllagtoa A Ml eaa art Hirer.
' Leave. Arrive,
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln ....a 8:40 am bU:6S a a
Nebraska Express. .....a 8:u act a 7:46 pm
Denver Limited a4:26.pm a 6:46 was
Black Hills and Puget
Sound Express all:10 pm a 8:10 pm
Fiver -a 2:10 nm
Lincoln Faat Mall b 3:10 pm a 9:17 am
Fort croox ana x-iaiis-mouth
b 2:20 put bllKK am
Bellevnue facinc Jct.a 7: so pm 'a 8:27 am
Bellsvus A Paclflo Jet. .a 8:00 am
Kaasaa City, at.. Joseph At Coaaell
Blaffs. . '
Kansas City Day Ex... .a 9:20 am a 6:08 pm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:J0 pm all: 15 am
Kansas City iHignt Ex.. aiu;v pm a 6:1a am
a Daily, b Daily except 8unday. a Bun-
day only, o Daiiy except Saturday. . Dally
Chicago. Bnrllagtoa A dalaer.
Chicago Special , 7;uo am a 4:j pm
Chicago vesiiDuiea tx.a :uu pm a 7:30 am
Chicago Local ..: a 9:80 am aU:oO pm
Chicago Limitea a :u pm a 7:30 am
Fast Mail -. a 8:46 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT IOTH at WEBSTER
Chleaga, St. Paal, Mlaaaaaolla A
Twin City Passenger. . a 4 W am a 9:00 pm
Dioux ity faaasngsr... i:w pm au:LH am
Emerson Local ..........b 6:40 pm b 8:45 am
Freaaaat, Elkhora A Mtxaurl
Black Hills. Dsadwood.
Hot Bprtugs .. a 8 .-09 pm a 6.-08 pm
Wyoming, Casper, and
Douglas ..7 v. 4 140 pm SsOO pm
Hastings, 1 ora, uaTi
Exeter and Seward.... b IKK) pra b 5:09 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and 1 . .
Fremont b 7:86 are blO Jt am
Fremont Local oiw aaa
Mlssaarl PaoIAa. -Nebraska
Weeping Watar b 4:10 pm a!0:26 am
Bee Advertising Man
. will call ott you
to get a Want Ad or
a Half Page.
Nsw York-kotwrdsu, via. Boulogne, 8. M.
Nsw Twla-bcrsw a, a. of IS.uoO uia regitter
TwlB-Barsw fl.4.,4. Aua. .
Btaawer . rUlSUdill 101 II,
Aug. 10,11) A. M,
Steamer Aug. 28.10 4.. M
Annltf 1A Ttamr Uaam lni Bm
Street: J. 8. McNallv. lizl Fsrnsm streat:
H. A Jones, I'm Farnam street; Louis
. rirsi fnauonai ttaoa, uxuaua.
Call tip I
i 238 1
NEW BUILDINGSAT ARMY' POSTS
Forts Riley and Leavenworth ta llav
Sabstaatlal Impravetneats ,
Darlasr Cess In a Year. . .
Plan are out for th erection ef lares
buildings at Forts Riley n4 Leavenworth,
to b completed for th War department
next year If possible. Th artillery bari
rack sre particularly needed at. Fort RIl'T,
a for several months one battery baa been
camping upon the military reservation.
This battery wa stationed at Fort Robin
on before the arrival of th Twenty-ec-
r-nd Infantry In th department and ws
transferred to Fort Riley at that time with
out adequate room for Its accommodation.
Th specifications at Fort Riley call for
th erection of one double cavalry bar
racks, on artillery barracks, on gun shel,'
three Held officers' quarters, two doubt
tin officer' auartera. two doable ' non-'
commissioned staff officers' quarter and on'
At Fort Leavenworth th buildings to ba
erected ar six Infantry barrack, one ar
tillery barracks, one artillery guard bonne,
shop, etc, on artillery stable, one artll-'
lery gun hed and on bakery.
A board of officers, constating of Colonel
H. B. Turrill, Colonel E. J. MeClernand and
Captain W. R. Grove, will meet Saturday'
at tho headquarter of the department to'
examine Flnley M. Smock, 1st of th Fifth
Iowa cavalry, a to his qualifications a
superintendent of a military c'.aetery.
Tbs examination Into th fitness of Cap
tain Pantel E. McCsrty, supervising qusr
termsster at Fort Leavenworth, for pro-.,
motion,' ha been completed and th cap,
tain returned to hi station Thursday ven-
Considerable Interest 1 being taken at.
headquarters In ths result of th rlfl com-
petition at Fort Leavenworth. There la.
some discussion among th officer a to
th uss ot th Mng gaug upon th maga
sin rifle, soma of them maintaining . that
th soldier should be required to - shoot
without the gauge, so that he will be abl
to approximately gaug th fore of tho
wind when It come to actual engagement.
ONE MORE MOVE ON GORDON
Jadg Estell Overrate City' Mo
tlaa (or New Hearlhgr la
City Attorney Connell, for whom Judg
Estelle ha been Waiting for some time.
appeared la tho latter' court Friday morn
ing and took the court' announcement
that his motion for a new hearing In th
action brought by former, Folic . Judge;
Gordon against Mayor Moore to compel'
htm to sign a salary warrant for Oordon
for part of 1901. I overruled. Th court
gav him until September 15, or forty-six '
day, to get Into th supreme court with
hi bill of exceptions, and In th meantime ,
the peremptory writ . 1 la abeyance, and
the mayor to give personal bond for th';
appeal cost. ' ' v
Judge Estell said that he expected tho
long-drawn-out term of th district court to
end next Tuesday. v
REPORTS OF PETTY THEFTS
of Depredators Daring Thars- 1
Mary Mitchell, - colof ed, of 613 South :
Fifteenth street, told the pollc that a
woman of her acquaintance known aa
"Lucy" spent th night at her houe and ,
yesterday morning had left, wearing on of
Mary' bright rod dresses and taking with
her a silk waist,', a red hat trimmed with .
black and other article of wearing apparel :
that Mary - Wants recovered. , Charle '
Campbell complained to th pollc that
for th last year he had allowed his wagon
to remain standing In th alley near hi ,
residence,. 716. North Sixteenth. Yesterday
morning It had disappeared. The black
smith shop at 418 South Nineteenth street,
was entered during th night and an. anvil
wa stolen. Tha proprietor reported to th ,
pollc.' ... "
f . Right os the Spot . ,'
Where rheumatism pains rub Buckles'
Arnica Salve, th great healer.- 'Twill work
wopjfes. Stops pain or no pay.- I5e. '
Heavy Cattle. Shipment from Pierre.
PIERRE, 8, D.. ' Aug. L (Special.)
Whlls there have been several light ship
ment of cattle at time through July, th
first heavy shipment to the eastern mar-'
ket wa mad from this city Monday,
when two train with twenty-seven cars
of cattle and several car of horse and '
heep were cent out. The heaviest part'
ot the shipment went to th Chicago mar
ket, being beef Stuff, but on of th train
went to Sioux City with .feeder- itock.
ejltl Child's Wading; Drawtr,
Child' Wading Drawers, '4193-Ths' lov '
of wading is Inherent lq every child' na
ture. To b abla to paddle and play In '
the edge of th sea, the bay, or the river, 1 '
on ot tha greatest Joys th summer ha
to offer. These useful drawers are de-'
signed to render the fun available without '
danger to th clothing and ar, therefore, -a
boom both to parent and th child. - Th
originals, from which th drawtng wa
made, are of cravenett serge In dark
blue, but any waterproof material .
Th drawer ar simple In the extreme,
but are generously full, as tbey are de
signed to draw on over th regulation
clothing. The leg portions are seamed
together and ar turned under at th lower
edges where they .from casing through
which elastio is inserted that draws them
up to1 the required lz and forms frill.
The ubDer edxe is also suDDlled with a
casing .and elastic and th drawers can b
so drawn on and made to perfectly pro
tect th daintier ones and th pretty skirts ,
TV vl ag IViice.tu
To cut these drawers tor a child. of I
wids, ot IVs yards 86 or 44 Inches wide will
Th pattern 4198 is cut In sixes tor chil
dren oi 2, 4 aad 6 year ot age.
. For th accommodation ot Th Be read
ers, these patterns, which usually retail al
from 85 t 66 cent, will be furalsbsd at '
omiaal price, 16 cents, which cover all
expense. In order to get a pattsra n.
close 16 cents, glv Bomber sad aaa el
pattsra wasted aad bust nseaure.
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