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SPECIAL; NOTICES
Aflvertleemeate.. to theee tetania
rlll Islirii til ,12 aa. tha
vealna- ranttoa aad aatll B SO p. aa,
Cos BHimUic ad edltlea.
Batea. 1 i-3 a ward Srst laaertlasx,
Ie a ward thereafter. KatBlasr take
far less tnaa tffao far la atvat lurr.
Ilea. Tbese advertlseaaaate aaaat kva
Advertlaers, by res Bant law a)
bered eaeek, linn aaawara 4
ta.a aamkered letter la rara
af The Bar. Aaevters aa addreaead ri!
be delivered aa preaeataUeai IM
aaaak aalr, -
FOR SALE CIGARS.
$?O.0O.IN GOLD.
It pays to buy your clfrars of us. Tou
may wake) up some day and Audi yourself
tne possessor of fifty Dollars In Gold that
w girt aaay to our customers each month.
Butler & Miller, : .
N. W. COR.' I5TH AND FARNAM STS.
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: WASTED SITUATIONS.
A STENOGRAPHKR-When you want on
call the-Remington Typewriter office, 1619
r amain street., 'ielcpnucre 1571. . i
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WA NTFO, position - In rumbar office aa
stenographer and Wiling- clerk; at present
employed.- Al-references, -Address J. H.,
312 N. ifttb,, - . - A 186 14
STENOQ HAPH ER. thorouahlv experi
enced, rupliL. accurate, responsible, wishes
ciiange oi position, AUUreas U iirt,
r . -.- . aWMJuO U
W A.TKI MALH HELP.
16 FOR . HALF A DA 8 WORK.
If lou live lit the country or in a small
town an J hava a guod acyuainiance
among -the larmers and stock raivers In
. to, DvigiiutSrliuoU you can make to easily
by tour cr nva, hours', work. v rite us
and wm will aiiid you our propoaiiion.
. 'Hie Be l-uullenuig Co., Bolicliora lept
. Omahu. itao. . -i - LS M-ii
WANTED A good man In every county
. to tak subscriptions or . The Twentlutb
Century 'tkrt(ik,.. Out agents make good
wages vrjn, lieiurancea inquired.
AuiiTHaa, Twttiitieth ceuiuiy. farmer,
- Omaha, N.u. . .. , . . B u
W hen . You -Write '
tO';Advertisers 'v';-,
iememur n .iuy utaca au j.ia alrolM or
two ot Uie pan to mention ttiu lact thai
you saw tna ad in xne Horn.
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KXPERIENCliD mala stenographer who
uiini . I'.umii.giuu-. lypowim-i-. t z.
Baa. ... B M40 A24
WANTED Men - to learn barber trade.
Only two moiuhs required by vur method.
Wages oaturilay. 'loots presented. Oood
pUy wneii competent, call or write.
. Muier Burber college, 1302 lJouglas bt.
' -. '. ti WjI 8
WANTEP-Cahdy maker at Hayden Brog.
Apply av once.- B t;fr
WANTED, buokkeepe and salesman In a
lumber yard; ataui age, experience, na
tionality and -reierence. Auuress O 21,
Be omce. B 172 10
WANTED, boy wllh horB to deliver The
J"""1"; west alun. : Call at circula-
tiuu Utpt., Bee i'ub. ' o., I v. in,
B-173 P
MAN to cut grass.
Wit N. 24th St,
B-17S f
WANTED Carper.ier, $2.60 a day. James
tiuleaiger, cou tractor, iutun, Neo.
' ' ' B M181 12'
TRAVELING ' SALESMAN, also - adver
tiaers; we are bualueaa;. no anitile-Hil-Ing
concern, .alary or no go. Triumph,
Dajiaa. Te. j - . . B Mloa It
WANTED-, for U. 8, Array; Abie-bodied un
marrivu Miva . bet weau axea, of .io. and Ha,
citucun, ot Uu.ted istataa, o( good char
acter una temperata uaiilts,. who can.
apeax, -raad aud wrild JiikUhOi For lator
l.iatioir apply tit-Kocrulliug .JtHc.ru, into,
sua .loo st.,. Omaha,- and poatgttice
building, Jjucaln, Npirka. . , , B
WANTED A . cook,' steady job. Address
or Call. ' at Midway feataurant, North
. Platte,. Nebv - -.- f. '. B M19 10
WANTED Soliiiltor on flrst-claaa proposi
tion; salary and commission: splendid
eoeitlng for right man. Call for Mr.
lioover, M Paxton block, 10 to 11 a. m,
today. ....-; v -.B W1W lu
N WANTED A . good ; practical carpenter,
with horse and waon -good pay' and
steady work. Addreas O du, Bee Office.
. ,.i. -w i- UM1W I
TAIUORS--Wsjited, a good coat and pants
maker,. at once. Carl Harr, Council Bluffs,
la. .' - B M201 11
WiSTEB-FKMALU , HICLP.
v ANTED",' two ' young - lady students to
learu' batrdrenslng, tuaiiicurlng and chi
ropody efM -mlrnt'fio maasaga. Call or
write Boom ICtu, Bee Bldg. - .O i9 .
100 Ulrls. Call Canadian office, 16th Dodge.
O bat
WANTED. 5;idjr cook. Eureka Restaurant,
l&H Caaa bt. , C U0
WANTED, a oompetent girl for housework.
Mr. M. JB1. Duiucut. ItoA Lafayeita Ave.
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'r ' " " 4 - ' ' i - .
WANTKD Olrl for ..general housework
2sll Mason bL C ilsyC
ARB YOU a Cathollo and uoemployedT
see ua. mxeuuaugo, au ware block.
' . - . - C 487
WANTED, girl for general housework. 13
lutn Bt. O 174 1
' KMi'LOVMJiAT AGU.NCY.
V? A NT ED Coal miners and machine run
nertf, yomiiig; l.ruiga men, surlaco gang
and extra gang, Wyoming and Nebraska;
mumicii, .Colorado dlvialon B. & M .;
n.ul anuveiers and iator.ra, U. P. H. K.
Vestcirn H. It. Labor Agency, ALU So. 11th.
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FOR BEST-HOISEI,
tuit RENT, excellent sla-rooth cottage. Ki
and Califuruia sireeia. In good repair;
clioice neiKhborhooO; including water
rent,- Iiujulie at erf N. lnOx street or Sol
N. If. Uie Bldg. . .. Dm
IJ'.'I CHARLES.' four-ro6n4 cottage; rent
!L m. K .potter, receiver, Omaha
Loan and Trust Co., 4 Brown block.
. 1 114
i ..".When You Write ".
to Advertisers '
nmiiitxr ii uuj .at.e ai eiira strtke or
two ef Uie tyu to uj-ullua taa i-uii that
you saw ilia ail lu lue Ba
FOR Rf iS ?T, Urge -room houtw. city
aster. &. 2auj Blondo. lue Omaha
Really Co..-13ul Duuglaa St.' D aw
VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. V.
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HniNF5-'1- "u P-U"t-1 f c,ty- The 67
UUUJtJ Dayia Co., M Bee Uldg.
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TO MOV hi rl-rht p-t Omaha Van Storage
Co.; otlice l.iVi i aruaiu, or Tela. lo-!w.
l IV
UAUOARJ. Va 4k Storag Co. Tel. UK
D-7ji
ISK.B PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO. for choice
houses. Uui-1 N. Y. Ute bldg. Tel. l'lt
- . . ' D ivt
L'Kh.yL'Al.11),, central, all modern, 7-rooui
hituse, 4-rouui flaL i lirJ., 2,i N. I'd.
... D M!C3
JiuT Sl'ENCFK ST, ltvroom houae, with
gas, bath, furra-e and b.rn: bli'e loca
tion: relit ijJ. VV m. K. Poller, receiver,
('ui.ha lu and Trust Co., tut Brown
bij a. , D -7
W't'EHN home. rooms, Jackson HL
W kwlT at Wiiovift, Douglas and l. 'h n.
Teh lad. - D-Mi,
HOCiiEd. etc F, V. Wead. liCi DougUs.
D ;u
18H N. ?TH ST.. 1 roonia. bath. sas. barn:
lnt -o. Win. K Poit-r, reiv.r, Omlia
i aa4 Ituai (.., 'i Btuwa bluvk.
D-.U
FOR REST HOI Ef.
OOOD modera 6-rootn bouse. 2504 Blondo.
' . D 711
HOUSES and flats. Rlngwalt, Barker "block,
D 70
able for fttst-clas boarding house'; part
ui r"-in can m paia in ooaiuing. The (J.
F. LavlB Co., 608 Be Bit!. 1 M1&4 11
ELKC1ANT 8-ronm house, all modern Im
provements, uv N. Z3d Bt, D U9
BARN FOR RENT-Inqulra' MO S 17th
Buret. Omaha, Neb. X MW4 14
HOUSKS, stores, Bemli, Paxton block.
. X 710
8Vfc ACRES, with house, near Hanscom
par, ror rent. Apply F. D. Wesrt, 1524
Douglas. t 177
16 IZARU ST., rooms, all mod. ex. fur.,
porcelain bath, sink and closet; new,
walklnR distance; only (16.00.
!"' Marcy Bt., ( rooms, mod. ex. fur., t1ff.
2769 Burt St.. 0 rooms, mod. ex. fur, tti.W.
PAYNK INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Tel. 1781. Main Floor K X. U Bldg.
' D 1K lt
FOR ' HE.TFt R JE18HED ROOMS.
ELEGANT rooms, Anest location In ths
city. li Capitol Ave. E M836
DEWET European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
-714
11 PER WEEK, 423 8. 18th St., one block
south of oourt houae. , . E 714
ROOMS, first-class location. 2224 Farnam
, B-so8 AS "
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodgs
. E M8K .
Two Airy - rooms for light housekeeping
W14 Weuiter. . k 16o
VIENNA HOTEL, 1011-16 Farnam St. -
' ' E 191 87
ROOMS, - first-class location.' tt4 Farnftm.
- : t-Mln la
till ! . I . i i i m
rtHMJHKD ROOM g:.AHD BOAHD.
Merriam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
v . F-ii;
ROOMS and board. The Albany, 2101
Dojgia. F Mwg A4
UTOPIA, 1721 Davenport St. F-667 Ajg
THE ROSE, VXD Harney, large parlors,
single or enaulte; also smaller room;
rates reasonable. F AM
UNIQUE southeast room, neatly furnished,
pleasant location, bog . Silh.
- ;. F M160 10.'
. HOTELS. . -
LANQE HOTEL, upstairs, ink i. Jackson.
4 -.Jfc8b7
BARKER, U 4t Jones; Artlerl. -4 European.
lv til
FOR' RBST-ISFIRNHUED ROOMS.
Dfc.SK room space, $6 per month; ground
lioor room In The Bee building, ucing
farnam street; no expense tor light, beat
or janitor' service. K. C. Peters at Co..
genial agsnu. Bee building. O Jig
FOR RENT-STORES AXD OFFICES.
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by 'lhe Bee at Hi, Farnam St it
haa lour stories and a basement which
waa toi many used aa The Bee press room,
'this ui be rented very reasonably, if
interested appiy at once w v.. t,.n.uw
water, secreia-ry, room lUO. Bee building.
I lot
FOR RENT Store In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply ti. c, peters -as
Co.. ground door. Bee Blug. lWt
FOR RDNT Desk room or large space
suitable for merchandise broker or party
doing business In wholesale district. In
quire Hene at Co., Dig Farnam street.
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED Canvassing " agents In every
.county to solicit subscriptions to THifi
'iWaiNTlETH CKNTUhf FARMER,
bteauy employment, with assured good In
come. -Agents In the country wltn horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
. mako easily M to luu per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau.
Bee building, Omaha. Ji
SOMETHING NEW ! I . Just out Send for
i sample. Combination Door Knob and Bell
No cutting or ruining the door. - Put on
any door in a moment. : No batteries to
wony about. No springs to wind. Noth
lnd to get out of order.. Own your awn
bell.. No landlord to trouble. Price and
Bell absolutely guaranteed,- Fend II 0
lor sample. Agents wanted. WtdTEKN
ELECTRICAL COMPANY, 1213 farnam
Street, Omaha, Neb.. J 714
WANTED TO RENT. -
WANTED, Room and Board with a nice
family by husband and wife near Fafnara
Street car line. References exchanged.
Address U 24 Bea. - - K 147 10
A OENTLEMAN wants to rent one or two
,- furnished rooms In a private house;
, everything must be first-class. Address
QUI, Bee. K-M18br
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED, to buy eeoona-hAnd sorghum
mill; give capacity. Lock Box ga, Haat
tnga. Neb. HMlbl 10
FOR SALB-rVRNITrRB.
CHICAGO Furniture Ce., 1410 Dodge. TeL
2u0. New and secondhand, bought, told,
exchanged. .. .. O ii
FOR SALE, at a gacrtflne, the furniture"
of a six-room cottage, complete; furniture
good aa new; must sell at once. Cottage
'is modern; rent reasonable, frtc Chicago
-O lj-
FOR SALE MORgKS, WAOONM, BlTC.
I TOP CARRIAGES, 4 phaetona, other top
and ooen buaalea. Ptuifter. 1 x.-.,-
worth. ' ' P-M- A
REMEMBER, Harry Frott put tirea en
and nxes vehicles. 14 til gd Leavenworth.
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FOR SALE HISCKLLAAEOtS.
WHITE sawdust; season checktd oak tim
bers, the); hog tonus, eto, . Douglas.
4iU
FOR SALE Phonographs; superior to any
Hitler iuudiwsi ins ii univiii , se up. l he
VVUtman Co., 16l Faruau. Q lzi
NEW and secondhand typewriters. 1111 Far.
bam.- . - y ',a
IS) STYLEd trusses; catalogue free. Sher-
2. U.t ..1 ,i, At 1 Urn. I id... ,
- Lodge, Ouiana. Q 724
INDIAN' goods and relics.
lilt Farnam.
Hii
VIM puncture-proof tires, HK and $7.00 per
pall, l.tusha Bicycle Co., loth and Chi
cago Sta. W 7i
2D11AND safe cheap. Dtrtght, Ult Farnam.
- . s-
L. M. BS. always hurry.TsL 780. Q-M&4
EDISON phonogrsphs, 810, .0 and V;
moulded racoros. Sue each, or li per dos. ;
new wheels, J o up; tdliand, $6 up. OmaJia
Bicycle Co., lvih and Chicago but.
Vt-m:
PIANO for sale or trade, O 14, Bee.
g iiai st
FOR BALE Thoroughbred Golden Bea
bright liantama. Apply Ho. isuth tit.,
8o. Omaha Q M l.'H 11
'CLAIRVOYANTS.
MR.1. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1814 Case St.
S T
MME. GTLMER, genuine palmist 1.5 S li.
ATTENTION! ATTENTION!!
Mrs. Dr. Euwards, the greatest clairvoyant,
trance medium and pviiuUt of the age,
fuarntea to her visiu.rs eumplote sails
acllon, revealing their most profound
s-creta and slvlng an entire Itfe reading.
If there la anything you wish to know,
any uVsire of your heart ur.gratlned. con
sult this gifted woman, whoee w.r has
uiysiin-d the most ssritlial. letters sn-
saered; astrolwgu al charts written. Pur
lots, fl bo. Ian bt., hear Dodge
ls bt. '
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THF, OMAHA DAILY t SATURDAY,
ELECTRICAL TREATMENT.
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 16th. R. 7.
T IM A 13
MME. SMITH, hsths. 118 N. IB, M flr, R i
lit &
OLADTS RUSSELL, 720 S. 13h St,
T-M146 It
OltACa? O. BRYAN of Ky. T20 S. I3th St.
T Mill II
PERSONAL.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; babies adopted. 23(4 Grsnt St.
Mrs, Gardels. Tel. F-lma. U 7M
RUPTURE permanently cured In SO to
- days: send for circular. O. S. Wood, M. D..
621 New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
. , . U-7J3
VIAVA, woman's way to health. -Home
treatment- Booklet free. 144 Bee Bl'lg.,
Omaha. , U 74
TEL. 7M for L. M. E. messengers. .
f U-MK
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesle
. and retail. Collins Plana Co., 1422 Doug
las. U-736
ELITE PARLORS. 416 S. 16th St., d floor.
U-167 All
SHAMPOOING and hsIrrtresBlng, 2Rs, In
connection with The Bathery, 216-220 Bee
building. Tel. 1716. . U-727
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with 1 he Bathery, rooms 616-230, Bee Bldg.
TeL 1716.
U 736
DR. B. M. JACKSON, room , Frenxer
block chronlo diseases a specialty: con
sultation free. .. U 738
MMB. SMITH, baths, 116 N. 15, 2d floor, R. 1
U M206 Al
30-RUPTURE CURED FOR ISO No knife,
no pain, no detention from- hualifss.
Bend for booklet, etc. EMPIRE RUP
TURE CURE CO., 83J N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Omaha. . , U Ml
When You Write
to Advertisers
remember l( only takes au extra stroke or
'wo of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ad lu The Bee.
BjO reduction In price new and second
hand bicycles; new ones, !6 and up; old
ones, S snd up. Call and see them.
.Louis Fleacher, 1S23 Capitol ave.
TJ-678
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring and chirop
ody, for ladles only. In connection with
Ths Bathery. S-tM Bea Bldg . U 731 .
MEN often make mistakes) but Women
never do; therefore. If your wife or
sweetheart suggests that you smoke
STEOCKER CIGARS
abide by the suggestion she can't be
wrong. V-MM6 16 ,
HON BY TO LOAN REAL BIS TAT B. .
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-Love Co.; 6uV B. lath.
w ja-'
4H PER CENT on business property,
s per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. ME1K.LE, 4ol B. lath Bt.
W-746
WANTED, ctty loans and warrants.- W.
Farnam Smltn 4k Co... UM Farnam Bt.
W 741
FARM and city loans, low rates. W H.
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. ItHS.
W 74
WANTED, city and fann loans; also bonds
""",""lBi "v.v reters tt CO., 17u2
Farnam St., Bea Bldg. W 716 .
LOW RATES. Private money. -
FATNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Main Floor, New York Lite Bldg.
. W 744
6 PER CENT loan.- Garvin Bros., 1604
aTannam ..." . -
W-746
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1624 Dougtaa
. '.- WJ4
100 VT; low rate. -PrlchtrJ, 171J Fsmam.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood. 837 N. TVLV
. W-746. .
4ft TO t P. C, money. Bemls, 'Taxton' Bit
- -W-748..
MONET TO LOAN CHATTEH, J!
MONEY
We have It to loan in amount trom 110.06
up on furniture, pianos warehouse re
ceipts, live stock, etc. We also make
SALARY LOANS ,
without mortgage or Indoraer to persona
who have a permanent Doaltion.
We give you the full amount of the' loan
in caan ana we ao not charge for making
papers or filing mortgages. With us you
have the option of keeping the money for
one month or six, or longer, and you need
not pay for It longer than you keep It.
We hope by this advertisement to have
rou give us a trial and we expect to re
sin your, patronage by fair treatment.
The motto of pur office Is "Try to Please."
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
U Board of Trade Bldg. Tel.-x2S.
tjiaonnea in.) mm Bo. isth St.
X 766
LARGE8T BUSINESS. IN LOANS "TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team-
eiers, wumiuiua uuuscs, eic.,- wimout se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices In i.rlri
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
bldg. , . x-ia
Chattel and Salary Loans
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,"
, sucuassr io a. w. layioe.
TeL 746. 631 paxton Block.
, X-M75J
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
SALARY AND FURNITURE LOANS.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Room 6o3, Third Floor, Paxton Block.
X US
MONEY loaned on plain note, to salaried
people; Business connaer.uai; lowest rates.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. lluuon Co.
X-764
MONEY loaned on furniture, live dock,
jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Ioan
Co., sue, to Duff Green, 8 Barker block..
' X 766
-4.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, aorses. cowr, sic . t . need, 9 8 18,
X-757
Bl'8INES6 CH1HCEI.
WHOLESALE bakery for sale, good loca
tion snd good trade: falling health Is rea
son for selling; new brick oven. Address
Box 1.4, Osneva, Neb. Y Hii7
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411. McCague building.
Y-756
Can acquire controlling interest In a profit-
-1.1 r,A r i . I . ', i tr 1 ... . . . u .. i l '
nianufi.cturliig bnalness. Capital required
fci.buV to 1A.XJ. This is worth investigat
ing. J. II. Johnson. N. Y. Life.
T MM4
WHEN you want to buy, sell or sxchangs
ruur uuaiuew or (iioiieriy quiCK, se J,
. jonnson, w i. i. uta. Y Mil
BAKERY FOR SALE.
A fine bakery, nicely located, doing a good
psylug business; lar retail trade. It
will pay you to Investigate this. Address.
E 61, Bee. ' YeV
MILLINERY stock for sale, cheap. Ad
dress A Lie Coe, Kandolpb, Neb
Y-M821 14
When You Write,
to Advertisers '
remember It cuiy takes an extra stroie or
two of the pen to mention the lact thai
you saw rbe ad la la Baa
FOR BALE Saloon; first-class location;
good traiie; a aood res. no n for sriling.
Address D. ti. Sherlock. v West Broad
way, CouocU Bluffs, la. Y M17U lu
FOR SALE A live furniture and under
taking bualnesa In a live 2,iM Nebrataa
town, ltassiina fur selling, other busi
ness. Nothing but cash proposition con
sidered. Address. G 4. Bee. Y-SJO 6
A RACKET store for sale In good town
and good lo-aiiun Address C. M Huid
as Co., Ashland, NcLrxaa. Y Mlt lT
BISINRSS MfANCK.
COUNCIL BLUFFS
CITY FLOURING MILLS
W offer above propery for sale at,i bar
gain it Uken within thirty dayg.
The mill Is well rn.utppe'd with modern ma
chinery In -od runnlna- oier: mamifno
tures the beet flour sold In this market;
reasohbl terms sid lmmeilite poeKea
slon given. If rot sold In dsts pro-
pvsmia win vm rroeivea lor ua rental.
N. P. DODGG & CO.,
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
T Ml 4 1 1
FOR EXCHANGE.
EXCHANGE. $12.6 general merchandise,
hardware, harnexs and furniture, 7,fcij
steam flouring mill, l,ono: . either for
land or ranch; flouring mill for merohan
diue; livery for land. T. M. Cllne. I23t
O St., Lincoln, Neb. K am li)
FOR BALE REAL E8TATB.
FOR BALE. 81 acres fruit, and garden
land, eight-room house, good barn, ap
ples, cherries, plums, eight acres In tim
ber, two miles- (rem car line. , Address
lu S. f Irst, Council Bluffs, la,
RE 856
A SNAP! . Elegant modern 6-roora brick
nvuuuv i itivn, so,iss, worm
t,vjv. ;rankiln J. Qnffen, 71 N. Y. L,ife.
RE M827 Aa
SEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK CO. for choice
oa. gains. . wi xm. x, xiie inag. - Tel. lull
RE iBl '
WILLIAMSON nf.8
HE 7B2
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city: also
.iv viuimiy niiu iarm isnoi. i ne U. f .
Davis Co., ROum so Bee Building.
' . Khr-763
A MONTHLY payment bargain In 8-room
house. U. si. Naiiinger. Phone 46).
HE U&36
GEORGE G. WALLACE, real eatate.'mort-
iuiwi iiisuiauce. orown Dlock.
' i RE 7b4
RANCH and farnt lands for sals by the
Union Paclfio Railroad company. B. A,
jui-Aiienivr, ianu commisBioner, union Pa-
ciilo MeaUuuarters, Omaha, Neb
KB-766
WHY PAY RENTf OWN YOUR HOME!
oea ina iiuuairiai - riume company of
America. Best plan on earth 1 onice. 221
Board of Trade Bldg., Omaha. B, M.
Wilde, manager. ' RE M2S7 A18
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
uie insurance. xemis, raxton block.
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BEE page three Dally Bee August, 6 for
(rrifa nrtr .1 av maa Dlua V.il... a...L
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Dakota. Write, me for low-prh;ed lands.
U 26 Be R. E. 164 10
!4 When You Write .
. to Advertisers " '
remember it only ukes an "ektra stroke ot
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ad la The Bee.
MI CATTLE RANCH Of t gectlons of. fine,
w Fisiiis lajiu, near mohi ISKe,
Douglas county, Wanhlngton; will sell
one-naif cash and one-halt on time; Must
be sold In a body; here Is an opportunity
for a man who wants a good ranch with
plenty of water and hay. Call or write
Jo 34 First Nat l. ban, bldg., Omaha,
Neb. George. J. Crane. . KE M16 10
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
THE MARKS BUSINESS COMPANT.
Promoters' of Industries.
REAL ESTATE AND iXJANS. ' '
Business Chances Bought and Sold.
Partners" Furnished, fcpeclal Atten- "
- tlon tu the Bale of FurniBbei Houses.
Rooming Huuacs, Hotels, Cigar and
-- News Blauda, -Groceries, Meat Mar- -
.v 'keta. Dry Goads Stores, . Millineries -
- and all clasres- of- Busuieas. Capital v
- secured for Patents, etooka of ider-
- chandlae, eto.',t ; .
Advance money to 'buyers .on easy terms.
If Vnii tM9m Iniilln. tnm L ... 1 1 1 .. .
- - . - - o v, .in, i .w iai,i in
vestments we can help yoiu-or should you
rwish to Increase your bealness and want
capital, let us knowr
We give every thing-prtlmpt attention and
gusrantee aatiefactiptf.-'all or write.
, MARKS-KUSINEHS'CO.i 2-'' "
T ' -eag oood block, de mqines.'
', t' (--MEDICAL.
DR,. PRIES, ' the . acknowledged leading
. specialist In eiseases of women In Omaha,
.would tall - the attention - of 'suffering
' - ladles to his 'unsNrpassed- accommodations
before and during confinement and his
treatment for irregularities, no matter
, what cause. . Call or address,-with stamp,
.Dr. Prlea, Arlington Block, 1618 Dodge,
Omaha. -
MARRIED women may receive just the
Information they are -wishing for free by
sending stamp to the Preston Co., Maeoc
City, Iowa. - " ". " -Mill
LOST Pocket book; liberal Veward to the
two -young Jadies who took- same from
telephone, at Boston store1 If returned to
. 2Jh Douelaa St.- Gsrtrude rmih
' '." ''.-".. , -" Loat 176 A 8
LOST, on first train from Hissourt Valley
y.mu, . , .wamuim buc ipin. i it. found
. return to 2707 LeavenworOi. Reward, io.
'.V oav i&B e
LOST Gold locket, amajr,"- diamond set:
.suitable reward. Return to Be office.
, ' '-'lost M1K2 18
OITEOFATUr.
GID. E. 4t ALICE JOHNSON, ostebpaths
Butte 616, N. Y. Life BMgv'TeL HM,
773
DR. A. T. HUNT. 612 McCAgUe Bldgv TeL
tiai. . ... . 7774
MRS. GRACE DEEGAN, 636. Bee building.
Tel. 26-'. 174 Xl4"
MANl'FACTLRING.
P. MELCHIOB, 13th and' Harney, ma
, ehlnlsL ' ;- i .-, 774
OMAHA Safaaad Iron vka makes a Spe
cially of ttre escapes, shatters, doors snd
. safes. O. Audreen, Prop., lui S, luih Su
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TINNERS 'AD ioRNICICS.
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E. SAVAGE, tta Farnam,' "Phone,- till
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' SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN, SaNT'S tohooL 717 N. Y. l ife.
' 1 766
BOYI.E8 college,' court reporter principal.
N. Y. Ufe.
NEB. Business & Shorthand College, Boyd's
TheMer. 770
LAt'NDRY.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, tr, collars,
6c; cuffs, 4c 1760 Leavenworth. Tel. A-1VW.
lit
PEST laundry. The Chicago, 'phpne 206.
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TICKET BROKERS.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
. P. H. Philbln, lcui Farusin, , '1'hone 7S4.
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AVTOMOBILKS.
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Derlghta
1118 Farnam street. ' 7o6
BALE TIES.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 611 Nona tth.
NICKEL PLATING.
OMAHA Plating Co Be Bldg. Tel. 2M5.
7s7
ELECTRICAL REPAIRERS..
GRAND Electric Co.. 16 6V Jackson. Tel. S.
-7m
PLIMBING.
D. W. DUDGEON, 2819 Farnam. Tel. 1144. I
hi A6 I
AUGUST . 5), 1002.
Frit PRESKINU.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, H24 Bo. lh.
a. .
STAMMERING AND STl'TTKRING,
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 4.10 Ramge BMc.
7M
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds ef rsrnentei work and renalr.
Ing promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
"ni aim i.RR aireeis. i v
ACCORDION PLEATING.
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1610 Howard.
1.16
Mt'SICAL.
MRS. F. II. WRIGHT, piano, 815 Ramge
Bldg. 137 Bt
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STORAGE.
OM. Van 8 tor. Co., 1511 yj Farn. Tels. 155J-SO.
7h8
TYPEWRITERS.
LAMBERT TYPEWRITER, price ; la
fast, efficient, durable, essleat to learn,
use and care for; sent on approval. Mon
roe 4 Co., 611 No. 16th Bt, Omaha.
M128
GARBAGE.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
dead animals at reduced prices. 61 N. 16.
Tel. 1778. . 780
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING In families or at home.
Miss Sturdy. 2b80 Harney. 831 A31
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN st PRICE, 63 U. 8. N l Bk. Bid.
. - in .
NEB, Collection Co., 606 N. Y. Life Bldg.
348 A18
THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXF. "Phone 1717. 606 Bo. th
. M782 ..
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 78a MS56
PAWNBROKERS.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1201 Douglas.
Tsl
JINK.
MIXED country scrap, $11: atova plate, 61
.fiiuirn, cwa r a mam. YiB
ANNOUNCEMENT!.
WATER8 PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phone 6160. 611 South Thirteenth street.
; 1 77
MESSENGERS.
QUICK messenger service. Tel. 117.
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FARMS FOR RENT.
22 ACRES near Fort Omaha) crop and
- - "l uwnrr leaving city. tr. L)
Wead. li24 Douglas. M!8 11
1CB CREAM SODA.
SARATOGA Ice Cream Soda, one price. 60:
ons quality, the best. 8. W. Cor. 24th end
. Ames Ave. gig Al
PATENTS.
PATENTS Sues 4k Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha;
no fee unless successful; advice free. ,
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FLORIST.
I HENDERSON, 1S19 Farnam. TeL 1263.
Send for price list, cut flowers and plants.
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POIND.
A RING: write : to Hotel Riley. Plat's
mouth. Neb. ... Found M1SJ7 8
POSTOFFICB NOTICE.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changea may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails for the week ending August
, 1M2, will close (PROMPTLY In all cases)
at the general postofflce as follows: Parcels
post mails close ons hour earlier than
closing time shown below, 1
Regular and supplementary malls close at
foreign station half hour later than closing
time shown below (except that supplement
ary tnalia for Europe and Central America
via Colon close one hour later at foreign
station).
. Traasatlaatle Malls.
SATURDAY At a. rt. for EUROPB, per
. a. s. Etrurla, via Queenstown; at 1 . m.
for ITALY direct, per a. a. Aller (mall
- must be directed "per s. a. Aller"); at
7:30 a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct,
- per s. a. Potsdam (mall muet be directed
'per a. a. Potsdam"); at 1:80 a. m. for
' SOCTLAND direct, per s. a. Furnesslg
. (mall must be directed "per s. s. Fur
nessla"); at 10 a. m. for BELGIUM dl-
- rect, per s. a. Frlesland (mall must be
directed , "per a. a. Frlesland").
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamet
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. Ths
same clas of mall matter for other parts
of Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless specially directed by It.
After the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic maila named abo, addi
tional supplementary malls ate opened
on the pleis of the American, English,
French snd German ateamers and remain
. open until within ten minutes of tha hour
oi sailing of steamer.
Malls tag Seata and Ceatral Asaerica,
- West ladles. Eta.
SATURDAY At 6 a. ni. (supplementary
8 80 a. m ) for PORTO RICO, CURACAO
and VENEZUELA, per s. a. Philadel
phia (mall for Bavanllla and Cartagena
must be directed "per a. a. Philadel
phia''): at 8.&U a. m. (supplementary W W
a. m. for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA,
BAVANILLA and CARTAGENA, par a. a.
Alene (mall for Costa Rica must be di
rected "per a. a. Alene"); at 8:30 a. m.
(supplementary 10:30 a. m. for HAITI
and SANTA MARTA, per a. s. Adiron
dack; at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary 10 SO
a. m.) for ST. THOMAS, BT. CROIX.
LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS
and BK1HSH, DUTCH and FRENCH
GUIANA, per s. s. Fontabelle (mall for
Grenada and Trinidad must bs directed
"per s. s. Fontabehe"); at 10 a. m. for
CUBA, per a. s. Uorro Castle, via Ha
vana; at 10 a. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND
direct, per s. s. Silvia; at 10:80 a. in. for
ARGENTINE. URUGUAY and PARA-
. GL'AV, per s. s. Rossettl; at 12 80 p. m.
for CUBA, per s. s. Curllyba. via Matan
xas (ordinary mall only, which must be
directed "per a. s. Curllyba").
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to North
bytiney, and thence by sieamtr, close at
this office dally at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wedneaday and
ftaturday). Malls for Mlquelon, by rail
to Boston, aud thence by steamer, close
at this office dally at 6:40 p. m. Malls
for Cuba, by rail to Florida, and thence
by steamers, ars dispatched dally, except
Thursday, final connecting cloaca, for dis
patch via Port Tampa, on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6 W a. m i
for dispatch via Miami, on Mondays snd
Saturdays st 6.80 p. m. Malis for Mexico
City, overland, unless specially addressed
for dispatch by stesnier, close at this
office daily except Sunday at 1:30 p. m.
and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1 p. m. and
11:80 p. m. Mails for Costa Rica. Bellas,
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, by rail to
New Orleans, snd thence by steair.jr.
close at this office dally exeept Sunday
at "i :jo p. m., Bunaaya si 1 p. m. (con
necting cloaes here Mondaya for Bt-ilse,
Puerto Curies and (lu. teuiala, and Tues
days for Costa Kica). lUnltered mall
- closes at 6 p. m. previous oay,
Traasaaelae Malls.
Malls for Hawaii, Japan, China and first
class matter fur the Philippine lalanoa.
. ; - u . .. I.'-. ......... . 1 ii.ii.. .. X
- ' " '. r . m.i. .... . iua. uwi v usiiy Ml
6 M p. m. up to August 4, Inclusive for
r1 1 . 1 . u I li 1 r a 1 ..1,1 1
Msiis fur t'l.lna and Japan, via Seattle,
close here daily at 6 3U p. in. up to August
t. lutiiislve, for dispatch per a s. Kln
Shlu Maru. (KetilBl.red mall must be
U.ilt for Chrna"od Japan. Til Tacoraa,
close here daily at 6.3u p. m. up to Au
POSTOFFICB NOTICE.
gust ., lnclustv. for dispatch per a. a.
(ilencsle..
Malls for AtiMrslla (except West Au
stralia, whh h. Is forwarded via Europe).
New ealnhd, FIJI, Ksmoi and Hawaii,
via San Francisco, cle here daily at
6:30 pn - after July J8. and up to Au
gust Inclusive, or on arrival of s. s.
tampsnln, due at New York August 3,
for dispstch pr s. s. Sierra.
Mulls for the Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, clo.e here dallv at 6:i p. m
up to A::gjst li. inclusive, for dlspstcti
per lT. S. trsnsporl.
Malls for Hawaii, Jmmn, Chn), an flr,t.
class matter for the i'hli'.r.pine Islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6 30 p. m. up to August "11, Inclusive, for
dispatch per s. s. American Maru.
Mails for China and Japan, via Vancouver
snd Victoria. B. C, close here ilslly at
6 30 p. m. up to August 12. Inclusive, for
dlspstch per m. s. Empress of Japan
(registered mall must be specially ad
dressed. . Merchandise for U. 8. postal
agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
via Canadx),
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via San Francisco, close here dal.y at
6:30 p. m.. up to August 1R. InclJ.lve,
for dispatch per a. s. Mariposa.
Malls for Australia (except West Au
stralia, which goes via Europe, and New
Zealand, which goes via Ban Francisco),
and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver am! Vic
tors, B. C., close here dally st 6:30 n.
m. after August 9 and up to August
1. Incluslyet for dispatch, per a. a. Mio-
Malia for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, closs
here dally st 6:30 p. m. up to August 18.
Inclusive, tor dispatch per s. a. Alameda.
Transpacific mails are forwarded to port
pf sailing dally and the schedule of clos
ing is arranged on the presumption of
thc.r uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mart closes at 6 p. m. pre
vious day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Postofflce, New York. N. Y., August, 1. lftoj
LEGAL O I IC E.
... NOTICE;
To Whom It May Concern-Notice Is here
by given that the Board of Commissioners
of Hock county, Nebraska, will, on the
18th day of August, Hj2, and until noon of
that day, receive blda at Basaett, Nebraska,
for the construction of a bridge crossing
the Nlobra.a river at a point On or near
the half-section line dividing section 20,
north and south, In township 32, range ,
which bridge shall -be of tha followl na- a-en-
ersl characters , .
Of sufticlent length - to span said river
from bank to bank. Including island, and
about 600 feet; pile and stringer, under
truss, wood bridge) -white oak piling, 84
feet. 12 Inches at butt and driven af h.aat
24 feet Into the ground; benta 36 feet apart,
a pnea to toe penir oeme protected oy
piling ice breaks, with railroad Iron protec
tion, and -bents or Dllea undr same nrn.
tected by two-Inch white oak plank; string
ers of Oregon Mr, 4x12 Inches, laid 16 Inches
irom center to center; 14-foot roadway,
two and one-half-lnch white oak plank;
trusses not less thsn one Inch In diameter,
4 truss rods to each span; railing 8 feet
high, substantial, nard pine, caps on piles
white oak, 12x12; bridge to be 6 feet above
low water mark, and to be tainted. All
material t6 be first-class of kind named.
Plana and specifications In countv clerk's
office.
All bids must be accomnanled bv ntuna
and specifications ' and also bond as r.
quired by law, and no bid will be considered
unless accompanied by bond..
nignt reserved to reject any or all blda.
By order of the Board of Commissioners
Of Rock county. Dated July 8, 1902.
u. a. uiLLUUHU, county Clerk.
July 18d30t M
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRTICTION OTP
MASONRY WATER DAM FOR ClfFV.
ENNE, (WTO.) WATERWORKS. Office
of the City Clerk, Cheyenne. Wyo., July 21,
iwia DBmeu urui'oaaie win oe received by
the city clerk of Cheyenne, Wyo., at his
office In, said city until noon of Thursday,
August 21, 1902, for the construction of a
masonry dam on the Middle Fork ot Crow
Creek. ' . .. -
Plana and speciricauons tor the prupumu
work may be seen at the offices of the city
clerk or the city engineer, and blank forms
of proposals will be furnished by the city
clerk. .
Each bid must be enclosed In a sealed
envelope,- and must be accompanied by a
certified check for It.OOO.OO as a guarantee
that the auccessf ul bidder will enter Into a
contract.
Bidders must furnish satisfactory evi
dence of their ability to do the class of
work required. .
Bids will be opened at a special meeting
ut tno city oouncii oi saini city 01 vney
epne, Wyo:to be held on Thursday, August
21, 1S02, af. 8 o'clock
at, g o clock p. m.
H. A. ABRT, CltjV Clerk. - Jyf4EOD18t
j. iv. MURKAT, Mayor.
G.O VEHEMENT NOTICES.
PROPOSAL8 FOR BUILDING MATE
rials, plumbing and electrical supplies,
hardware, etc. U. 8. Indian School, Genoa;
Neb., -July S3, 180) Sealed proposals en
dorsed "Proposals for. Building Materials,
etc.," and addrrssed to the undersigned, at
Genoa, Neb., will be received at the Indian
School until two o'clock p. m. of August
13, 1802. for furnishing and delivering at
the school, as required during the fiscal
?ear ending June 30, 1903, .a quantity ot
umber, tin rooting, builders' hardware,
mlllwork, palnta, lime, aand, cement, slate,
a boiler and radiation, pipe and fittings,
fitpe 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 of each article to be offered under
contract: all articles so offered will be
subject to a ngld Inspection. The right Is
reserved to teiect any and all bids or any
fart of any bid If deemed for the best in
crests of the service. Each bid must be
accompsnled by a certified check or draft
unon some United States deoositorv or
solvent national bank, made payable to the
order of the commissioner of Indian affairs.
lor at least nve per cent 01 cue amount
of the proposal: which, oheck or draft
shall be forfeited to the United States In
case a bidder receiving an award shall- fail
to execute promptly a satisfactory contract
In sccordance with his bid, otherwise to be 1
returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied
by cash In lieu of certified check will not
be considered. . For further information
apply to W. 1L Wlnalow, superintendent. ,
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha, Neb., July 23, 18o2. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will be received at this
office, and at office of quartermaster at
Fort Reno, Okla.. Until 10 a. m., central
time, August 12, 1902, for furnishing 225,000
pounds osts at Fort Reno, Okla. Proposals
for delivery at other points will be anter-
talned. U. H. reserves right to reject or
aocept any or all proposals, or any part
thereof. Information furnished on applica
tion here, or to quartermaster at post
named. Envelopes , containing proposals
Should be marked "Proposals for Oats."
addressed to undersigned or to Quartermas
ter Fort Rsno, Okla. JNO. W. PULLMAN,
C. y. M. u jy-ai--i-A-
aiL. V A I Tiesfe. LA.tx.
UNION STATION 10TH AND, MARCY.
Chicago, Reck Island A Pact So.
- . k" Arrive.
Chicago Daylight Lira- - ;
lted .'. a l-.oa am a 6 46 am
Chicago Daylight a i.m am a ;.- pa
Chicago Express. .. v.,..bil:is am a 6:u5 pm
Lea Alolnes Local.... ...a 6:20 pm bll bo am
Chicago Fust Expreea . a 6. 06 pm a 1:3a pm
WEST.
Rocky Mountain Lim
ited ..a 6:60 am a 4:66 am
Lincoln. Colo. Springs,
Denver, Pueblo ana
West a 1:39 pm a 1:43 pm
Colo., Texas, CaL 4
Oklahoma Flyer. ......a 6:20 pm a 12:40 pm
litlaela Ceatral. '
Chicago Express a 1 JO am 6:10 pa
ClUcajri, Miuut spoils 4k
bu Paul Limited a 7:60 pm a iasl ana
Minneapolis at fat. Paul
press b 7 JO am bl0:S5 pm
Chicago Expresa , miO JA pre
lalea ruilo.,
ava Arrive.
Overland Limited a .4v am a 1.40 pm
Fast Mail ......a 8:W am a t.ii pia
Caiifornla t upraas...... 4.2o put
Paciilo Express ....ail .ao pm
ksslsrn EiprasL. a 4:36 pm
Atianilo fcxpreaa a J.au aia
Colorado bcla.l., 7 JO am
Chicago byncia, 8:40 am
Lincoln, Beatrice and ' '
Kuronuiburg g:x.........b 4:06 pm bl2:60 pm
Oraod isltuid Local b 6.30 pm b 8.3s pis
Wabaast.
St. Louis "Cauncn Ball"
Express 6:66 pm a 8:30 am
St. Loumi Local, Council
Bluffs a 8 16 am alO JO pm
Mlssaarl.PaolSe.
St. Louis Expreas a 15 06 am a I 25 pa
K, C, 6 IU U Ex. ......alv.su pm a 6:16 am
Ckieaaa, Mllvraab.ee A SL PaaL
Chicago at Omaha Ex. .8) 7:40 am b 8:40 pm
micago id j lea r.x a s:uu pm a l.w aui
Cbteago at Northve estera.
The Northwestern Una"
Leave. Arrive.
Fast Chicago a 8 u am a 7:oo am
Mail a 6:uu pm a I JO am
Lx,cai rwui i n aui 1 1 ul pm
liayiight bt. riu a T.3i. an, alo 26 pia
Layiiaht Chicago...... .a 6 o am all ai pin
Lvual Chlcaae alO 5a au 1 1:11 in.
Local Carroll ...........a I w pm auy.vO am
11
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AILWAY TIME CARD.
Fast Chicago...
Limited Chicago
rest St. Paul...
a 4 u pm a 4:f pm
.........a 7:4a pm aroant
a M pm a I M am
Fast Mall
Local 01011 x City
... pm
..bl.tepm biu.uo am
VIRLINGTON STXllVN 10TH 4k MASON
. -Leavai. Arrlva
Wymore, Beatrice snd
Lincoln a 1 40 am btl:B)ara;
Nebraska Express..... .a l i a;n. a 7:6 did
im"i e.s ua a s;ta aas
Black Hills and Puaet
Hound Express ...... all :10 pm a 1:10 pnt
Colorado VestlbulM v
. Flyer a 1:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:10 pm a 1:17 am
Fort crook and Piatte-
mouth bl:lpm bllTOsm
Peilevnue A Psclflc Jet. a I Jn) pm a 8:27 am
Bellevue 4s Paoiflo Jet. .a 8:00 aaa
Kaaaaa City, St Joeepfc a Ceaaell
' BlasTo.
Kansas City Dsy Eg. ...a 6 JO am m :8 pm :
bt. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm all:13 am
Kansas City Night Ex.iwJm pm a 6:16 am'
taicaac, Barllngtea aa alar. 1 '
Chicago Special .a 7: CO am a 46 pm
Chicago Veetiuuled Ex.a4:oupm aftWam,
Chicago Local ,.a 1:80 am all is) pm
t iiiciio i.inuted a s.uo pm a 7 W am ;
Fast Mail .sliti put
a Dally, b Daily except .Sunday. Sun- '
day only, d Dany except Saturday. Daily
except Monday ,
WEBSTER DEPOT 16TH sV WEBSTER
Chlcaa St. Fawl. BHnneapolu' A
Osnaha.
Leava.' ' Arrlva
Twin City Passenger.'... so am a 8K pm :
Sioux City Passenger... l- pm BUivOsm
Emerson Local b f:Ht pm b 8:43 am.
Fresaoat. . . , Elkkorsi 4k . Mlasaarl
Valley. ' '
Slack Hills, Dead wood. '"'
Hot Springs :0) pm l.-OO pr
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglaa d 1:00 pm' 1,-00 pm
Hastings, York. DavM ,
City, Superior, Geneva, . '
Exoter and Seward.... b 1:00 prn , b 69 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont ,....b T:St) ang blO:J6 ant
Fremont Local .0.7:30 am . ..
Misaoarl Pacific.
Nebraska Local, , VIA 1 '
Weeping Water b 4.10 pm al0:Z6 am
TEA W SHIPS.'
' KOuariD-AtiEmcA LiriE
New York-liotterdam, via. (toulogna, 8. M. '
new k win-pcrew a s. or jo.uuo ton register , '
Twln-8orew
Potsdam
' Aug. , .
. ., 10A M
Aug. 16,10 A. M,
Steamer
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SUSPECTS ARE, ONUY' . TRAMPS.
FIva Mss Arrested; en Saapieloa at
, Belagr-Tralw HefcfcsfsrAte -
: ' Released.' '"'''. -''''; '-'
. ST. PAUL, Minn., Aug. Tha five' men.
arrested here last night .on suspicion ot '
being the Burlington train robbers Irove'
to bo ordinary tramps. - ' ' .'
Nothing about them Indicated-that they
are bad med, and Chief ef Pollee O'Connor'
aeouts the Idea that they had anything to
do with the robbery. , , . i ; . ;
He Says )they woifli' ao( travel together
If they were, and W believes the robbers
have gone back to Ch'oago. i .,- -
- Fire at Port- Aa Prlaea. '' .
PORT AU PRINCE. Haytl, Aug.: . A'
great fire at midnight hire, burned down
alxty houses, causing damage estimated at'
$200,000. The people remained calm during .
tha progress of tha fir.--" r: ' '" " '
Seasonable ; Fashi ons.: '
4118 Fancy WaisV
12 1 0 bust. , -
Woman's Fancy Waist, 4196 Fancy walate
with bolero fronts are both eminently smart ,
and practical. They are attractive, becom
ing, fashionable and withal suited to fcoth ',
Indoor , and street wear. U'lthput la the,
least suggesting wrap they are sufficiently
removed from the plain waist to rsodsr .'
them much to be desired for the gowns de
signed for the promenade. This charming,
example IS shown lq biscuit-colored. voile,
with trimming, chemisette snd anderslesvea
of deep cream guipure over aoft white silk,
and is worn with a tie and belt of panna la
deeper tone than that at the walsu a. . . ,
' The lining Is carefully, shaped and snugly
fitted. On tt are arranged tba chemisette.,
the back and the front of the waist Vse
back is tucked at the center and Is without,
fullness. Tha fronts are cdt to. form a'
bolero and' are tucked for part Ot their
length but fall tree as they approach tba
lower edge. The neck is finished wUh a
big square collar and at tha throat 1 a,
stock cut with a point at the froat after
tha lateat style. ' Tb aleeves are tucked to
fit snugly above tba elbows, but form soft
frill at the lower edge which fall over tha
pud of lace. Tha undersleevea are ar
ranged over the foundation lining aad are.
gathered into cuff at their lower edge.
The lining close at tha center fronL tb
waist at the left aide beneath th bolero. . .
To cut this waist In 4h medium sis
yard of material 21 inches wide, !ft yard
17 inches wld or I yards 44 inches wide will
be required, with IM yard of all over laoa.
Tba pattern 4198 la cut in site for a tt.
11, J, 88 and 40-lncb bust measure. .
For the accommodation of Tha Be read
r, these patterns, which usually retail at
from 26 to 60 cents, will be furnished at a
aomlaal price, 10 cents, which -covers ' all
expense. Ia order ta est a .pattsra aa
eloae 10 ceata. give number aad aaae at
pattern wasted aad boat aiaasare.
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