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THE OMAHA DAIIK liEK: MONDAY, AUGUST '18, 1902.
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tor aaeralaa; 8aay r'HIta.
Rate, l l.Sa war Bret lasertlem,
la wore thereafter. Nathlaar takta
far less tfcaa Be for taa a rat laser
ttoa. These aavertleeaeeata aaaat aa
Advertisers, kr reejaeettaa- a
fcerea ebeek, caa have aa.
alrMaaal to a a aaa here letter la car
f Tfca Bar. Aaswera se areeeea will
a aellverea aa praaaataOaa f taa
a he at aalr.
FOR BALE CIGARS.
$0.00 IN GOLD.
v It pays to buy your cigar of us. Ton
I may wake up some day and find yourself
1 tha possessor of Fifty Dollars In Oold that
we iva away to our customers eaca monm.
Butler & Miller,
N. W. COR. 16TH AND KARNAM BTS.
A STENOGRAPHER Whn you want one
call tha Remington Typewriter olfice, 1619
fcarnam street. Telephone 1573.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Canvasser. Man familiar with
book and newspaper work preferred.
Must be hustler. Apply Kooiu 107 Bee
Building. B 299 i
$! FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you live In the country or In a small
town and have a- good acquaintance
among tho farmers and stock raisers in
tho neighborhood you can make a easily
by four cr five hours' work. Write us
and we will send you our proposition.
The Be Publishing Co.. Bolicllors' Dept.,
Omaha, Neb. B Mil
WANTED A good man In every county
to take subscriptions for The Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agenta make good
wagea everywhere. Beterences required.
duress, iwentietn ceutury farmer.
TEAM drivers, coal and building materials;
$10.50 per week. Sutherland Bros Co.,
2oth and Hickory Bts. B 6'.'5
WANTED, men to learn barber trade.
Practical training, export Instructions;
eight week required. We present tools,
pay Saturday wages, guarantee positions.
Special Inducements to applicants from
distance. Write today. Holer Barber
College, 1302 Douglas st. B M539 21
WANTED, stenographer and typewriter
to go to country. One with experience
In law and abstract office preferred.
State references and salary expected.
Address In own handwriting to Q 04, Bee
office. , B M538 in
TWO collectors; permanent positions;
requisites. -W. A. Hlxenbaugh & Co., ouo
Ware Block. B 670 Is
WANTED, active man well acquainted
with grain shippers in southern and cen
tral Nebraska to solicit consignments of
galn; state lowest salary expected, with
referenca. Address O U8, Omaha Bee,
Omaha, Neb. B filB 20
WANTED, state organisers for Nebraska
by old established Insurance society; pays
sickness, accident and death claims; plnn
popular and easy to secure members;
salary and commission. Write for terms.
Address Society. 7U6 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Kansas City, Mo. Mention paper.
B 479 21
THE GUARANTEE FUND LIFE
Wants lire local agents In every town In
Nebraska. The proposition possesses spe
cial merit, and Is easily written. Salary
or commission to the right man. Address
J. C. Bufllnglun, secretary, Alliance, Neb.
GOOD messengers wanted; first-class pay.
A. D. T. Co.. 212 8. lath. li-727 814
SUBSCRIPTION SOLICITOR, able and ex
perlenced, to solicit subscriptions for
three periodicals. Great chance for live
man. Exclusive territory granted and
existing business transferred to satisfac
tory party. United Publishers' Corpora
tion Sub. Dept., 150 Nassau St.. N. Y.
BARBER wanted; easy money and travel.
Address E. A. Harrington, Waukesha,
Wis. B-M767 Is
WANTED, a good barber; no student or
boose r need apply; guarantee $10 per
week. Madser, 22 Main, Fremont. Neb.
B MTati 20
WANTED, trustworthy man to represent
manufacturer In portion of Neb.; mod
erate salary and expenses; splendid
chance for advancement; enclose ed
dressed envelope. Smith, Manftger, 354
Dearborn St.; Chicago. B M755 19
WANTED, at once, blacksmith, married
man 20 to 30 years of age, good In wood
and iron, capable of running shop alone;
good, steady Job to right man; references,
Lee-Glasa-Andreesen Hdw. Co., Omaha,
Jordan Hdw. Co. B M762 IS
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED, good cook; $5 per week. Mrs,
A. i. Poppletou, 2232 Sherman Ave
C M4ftt IS
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 16th ft Dodge.
WANTED, two young llady students to
learn . hairdrcsslng, manicuring god chi
ropody and scientific massage. Call or
writs Boom i o. Baa Bldg. UeUg
WANTED, lady cook. Eureka Restaurant,
loo4 Cass bt. C 700
WANTED, a competent girl for housework.
Mrs. M. K. Duruent, 304Z Lafayette Ave.
ARB YOU a Cathollo and unemployed?
Sea nte. Hlxenbaugh, sou War block.
WANTED, girl for general housework;
small family. 2du3 Pierce St.
C 489 20
WANTED, young lady In every live town
In Nebraska and Iowa, only part of your
time required. Write us for particulars.
Neb. Cycle Co., 16th and Harney His.
C 710 20
WANTED, competent girl for general
. housework at good wages. 634 So. 4mb
BU Tel 2S62. C-71 20
COMPETENT-girl for genera) housework
In family of two: must leave rltv: aood
references required; transportation fur
nished; wages, $6 'a week. Inquire for
Mrs. Baker at Her Grand hotel on Wed
nesday, lain, from I to p. m. C 72 is
CrOOD girl for general housework, lfttt
Park Ave. C M750 19
FOR RENT HOI SES.
$11. Wm. K '.Potter, receiver, Omaha
! umu ana irusi io., sue urowu block.
C !9F in n prt of cltv- The a
. . W W w w v. r JJtVlS
Co., ami Bee Bldg.
VANS and baggt ga wagons. Tel. Ui&
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
i-o. ; ofuca uuti rnam, or icis. loos-soi.
SEE PATNH. BOSTWU.'K AV CO. for choice
bouses. 4V1-J N. I. Lite Bldg. Tel. lull
EARN FOR BK NT-Inquire $10 8. 27th
street, Omaha, Neb. U 14 U
MODERN house. I rooms. 2721 Jackson Bt
Wheeler a Wheeler, Douglas and loth 6 L
let loo, u
MAGGARD Van ec Storage Co. Tel. 14M.
HOUSES, ate F. D. Weao. laM Douglas.
GOOD modern a-room house. 2604 Blondu.
i Wi vr wTti a t . , . - w .
. ' . . . V , 4 , L , . . , uviiii, vm.u, a, U.I I. i
rent $0. .Wm. K.'olter, recelver. Omaha
j -. ' D 711
HOU8E3 and flats. Rlugwait, Barker block.
" 1 io
UOUVJUL stores. Beinla, Paxton block.
FOR RENT HOISES.
MODERN 7-room flat. $.$. H. B. Graham,
agent, 24th and Farnam. D 156
10-ROOM nouse. nearly new, water, itas,
ewer One lawn, rear motor and school;
rent $-'5. Inquire Wm. 1. Klerstead, City
Hall. D 491
1!16 CALIFORNIA, t rooms, modern. $32.80.
1 Ki 1'lnney, 9 rooms, modern, $15.00.
l:io3-5 Binney, Double house, IS rooms, mod
ern, $.m w.
ISM N. Ifith, 6 rooms, city water, 113.00.
IMS t hsrli-s, b rooms, city water, sewer, $14.
WALLACE, ail Brown Block. D-601
6-ROOM brick house, modern except fur
nace. 646 8. 18th Bt. D 611
HOUSES Elegant 10-room brick house; a
few blocks Irom the postofftre. Just the
thins; for a first-class boarding; house, $l!S.
UKKNNAN-LOVK CO.. 3u9 Bouth 13th 8t.
D 660 34
CALIFORNIA ST., 10-room modern
house, large lawn, stable for horses and
baggy; in good repair. 1906 Capital Ave,
FOR RENT FIR. MSH ED ROOMS.
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In tha
city, lima Capitol Ave.' E M8J5
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
$1 PER WEEK, 422 8. 18th St.. one block
south of court house. K 7111
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge
VIENNA HOTEL, 1011-14 Farnam St.
. KUl 87
NICE front parlor. 2001, Curt.
2 NICE cool furnished or unfurnished
rooms. 25o4 Davenport. E 431
TWO-ROOMS for light housekeeping. 250
uuugias. , . ttM4Z -a.'
FOR RENT, a large alcove room; also
furnished rooms and roams for light
iiuu.snoewng. iiwt uouge. . n-exB is
ROOMS, 2DaO -Harney.
. E M746 24
PARLOR, upstairs rooms; 'phone; modern.
2I2 Farnam. . E M74K 21
FIR14ISHKD ROOMS AND BOARD.
THE ROBE. 2020 Harney, ' large parlors,
single or ensulte; also smaller rooms;
rates reasonable. F 6S8 A3)
Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 86.
BOOMS and board. Tha Albany, 2101
Dojglas. F-Mi6fl AA
UTOPIA, 1721 Davenport Bt. F 667 A2$
CENTER HOTEL, 210 N. 17th. half block
from P. O.; transient, $1.26 per day; home
cooking. F M439 8'J'
TWO nicely furnished rooms. 808 S. 20th st.
. F Mo4 tils,'
TWO modern furnished rooms, with break
fast, lblti B. lota st, F M544 2a
FOR BEJIT-lXKlnMSHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, J5 per month; ground
floor room In The Bee building, facing
Farnam street; no expense tor light, heat
or Janitor service. K. C. Peters & Co.,
rental agents, bee building. U41t
UNFURNISHED rooms. 20 a Kth.
TWO or three unfurnished rooms. 2604
Davenport St. G M742 21
FOR ltbiltl- S'l'OHlis AND OFFllUs.
FOR RHNT-Desk room r large space
suitable for merchandise broker or party
uuiua uuamcM in wnuiesaie uisirict. in
liutre Hene Co., U Farnam street.
FOR RENT The bulldlns- formerlv noon
.. .1 V. . . 'I" i. . . Il . . ..... W Ti f . .
k,.u .iiv oco ai vio r irnura 01. jr
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 Stors In ' first-class location;
rvui rcaauuaoie. Appiy n. v;. raters 6s
Co., ground lloor. Bee Bldg. . I 266
STORE, with fixtures suitable for grocery.
WANTED Canvassing agents in every
WU1117 iu Buuuii auoscripitons to THIS
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured good In
come. Agents In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
mako easily tk to $100 per tnonth. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha. 212
SOMETHING NEW I I Just out Send for
eumpie. v,omuinaiion uoor Jvnoo ana Bell.
No cutting or ruining the door. Put on
any door In a moment. No batteries to
worry about. No springs to wind. Note
lnd 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, 1212 Farnam
Btrtet, Omaha, Neb. ' . J 71
ARB YOU a Cathollo and unemployed?
See me. Hlxenbaugh, 600 Ware block.
WANTED TO R-EJNT,
WANTED, a furnished 5 to 9-room modern
house or cottage, within easy walking
distance of tha Crelghton unlvrshy will
rent for one year, payable monthly in
advance; no children; can give best of
ruferunce and guarantee to take good
care of the property; would like to occupy
September 1, 1902. Address J. P. Jenal,
Hartington, Neb. K 8o7 19
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED. 1.000 old feather beds; highest
cash price paid. Address A. B. Mack,
general delivery, Omaha, Neb. Mall or
ders promptly attended to. N Mail 21
EIGHT-ROOM house; must be good prop,
erty and cheap for cash; stale location.
G 65, Bee. , N VU6 20
FOR SALE FIRSITCRE.
CHICAOO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. - Tel.
2u20. New and aec,ondhaad, bought, sold,
exchanged. T O ,20
FOR BALE IIOKSEB, WAOSS, E1&
KEMEMBER. Harry Froit puts Urea on
iul exes vehicles. 14tb aAd Leavenworth.
CLOSING out buggies cheap. Johnson a
Roberts, John Deere Bldg., 10th and Leav.
FOR BALE MISCELLANEOIB.
WHITE sawdust; season check d oak tim
bers, cheap; hog tence, eta Mil Douglas.
FOR SALE Phonographs; superior to any
other musical Instrument; $ up. Tha
WUlman Co., 16.1 Fariiam. . Q 721
NEW and secondhand typewriters. 1111 fir.
nam. . Q 74
100 STYLES trusses; catalogue free. Sher
man a McConueil Drivg Co., lth and
Dodge. Oinaha. W 7i4
INDIAN goods and relics, ills Farnam.
VIM puncture-proof tires, $4 K and $7.00 per
nair. Omaha Bicycle Co., lslh and Chi.
cago Bts. (473
ID1IAND safe cheap. Delight, 111$ Farnanv
We rent machines st T&o per week, or
KM per month. Wa repair and sell
parts for any machine manufactured.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
Geo. E. Mlckel, Mgr., Cor. 16th inu Harney.
i-A Broadway, Couucll Bluffs, la.
Hi N. Slth St., 2-. O.-Sihi, Neb.
EDISON phonos raphe. $10, rjo and $J0;
moulded records, each, or N Der dx :
w aheela, $la up; 2dhaud. $e UD. Omaha
bicycle Co., llh ami LUuiti bis.
FOR SALE MI (CELL AN EOIB.
L. M. E. always hurry.Tel. 7M. Q Msr4
FOR SALn, two hraines to be moved Im
mediately. Inquira A. Murphy, 420 8. Hih
street. J tw 19
PIANO for sale or trade. O 14, Ree.
Q M127 B4
FOR SALE Smith Premier typewriter;
nearly new; cheap. U 45, Bee.
FOR SALE, autnmoMle, almost new. Tj. P.
Madsen, 32$ Broadway,' Council Bluffs.
EDISON and Columbia phonographs;
agents wanted; write for discounts. H.
E. Fredrlckson, 15th and Capitol ave.
EDISON, Columbia phonographs; agents
wanted, write. Fredrlckson, 15 A Cap. Ar.
Q M547 Sit
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass 8L
MMB. GYLMER, genuine palmist. 316 8. 16.
MME. AMtbB, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th. R. 7.
MMB. SMITH, baths. 11$ N. 16, 2d floor. R I
GLADYS RUSSELL, 313ft N. 1Mb 3d floor.
T M438 Hit
ORACH O-BRTAN of Ky., 770 P. 13th.
T M482 813
PRIVATE hrapttal before and during con
finement; ha Dies adopted. 2306 Grant BU
Mrs. Garde Is. TcL F-1U2. U 732
RUPTURE permanently cured In 20 to SO
days - send for circular. O. B. Wood, M. D
621 New York Life Bldg,, Omaha, Neb.
VIAVA, woman a way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. $46 Bee Bldg.,
Omaha. U 734
TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messengers.
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Doug
las, u 736
SHAMPOOING and hairdresslng. 26c, in
connection with The Bavhery, 21S-220 Bea
building. Tel. 1716. . U-737
CH.1?9PJ1T specialty. In connection
with 1 ho Bathery, rooms 216-220, Bee Bldg.
Tel. 1716. U 736
DR. B. M. JACKSON, room 4. Frenzer
block, chronlo diseases-a specialty; con
sultation free. U 73$
$30 RUPTURE CURED FOR $$0 No knife,
no pain, no detention from business.
Send for booklet, etc. EMPIRE RUP
TURE CURB CO., 38 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Omaha. U 431
HAIRDRESSINQ, manicuring and chirop
ody, for ladles only, in connection with
The Bathery, 216-230 Bea Bldg. U 731
FRIVATB sanitarium for ladles before
and during confinement. Dr. and'Mro.
Gerlsch, 4U1 N. 16th St.. Omaha.
PARIS WOOLEN CO.
New location, 1416 Douglas. 'Phone L-2I2L
. U 464 S10
SOME cigars ars good Shd other cigars
are bCttor, but tha
STOECKER CIGARS 1
Ars always BEST. U 477 IS
PRIVATE homo for ladies before and dur
ing confinement. Babies adopted. Mrs.
Burget, 2620 Burdetta st U4,'4 Bepui
ELITE PARLORS, 16 B. 16th St., Id floor.
U M628 87
MMB. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15 2d floor, R. 1
MORAL young man, means, wishes cor-
respondent, gooa iaay, well nxed. w.
Douglas, Yankton, B. D. U 72 tl
MONET TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real
aiaie. Breunan-Love Co., $uk a. lain.
' W 7S
4M PER CUNT on business property,
e per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time,
W. B. UtilHXJi, 401 a. 16th Bt.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. T,
Farnaxa Smlia at Co., um Farnam Bt.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W H.
Thomas. First Nat bank Bldg. Tel. 'ltj.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. R. C. Patera at Co.. 17os
LOW RATES. Private money.
a i"t- inrwiniiflT tvnxANx
Main Floor, New Yor Ufa Bldg.
I PER CENT loans. Garrln Bros., 1604
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wsad, 1624 Douglas
$100 UP; low rata. Pilchard, 1712 Farnam.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood. 637 N. T. L
4ft TO P. C. money. Bemls. Paiton B:k.
MONEY TO LO A CHATTELS.
WHEN you find it necessary to borrow,
give us a trial, after which we will by
fair treatment attempt to retain your
patronage. Wa loan from $10 up. on fur
niture, pianos, live stock, tatc- Wa also
make loans to
without mortgage or Indorser. We do
not deduct Interest In advance, wa charge
nothing for making or nllna- Daur anil
our service is quick and confidential. Wa
always try to piease our patrons. -
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
US Board of Trade Bldg. TeL 22S5.
(Established 1892) 3uo So. 16th St.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
atera, boarding bousea, etc., without se
curity : easiest terms: 40 office, in in-ln.
elpal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. A 161
Chattel and Salary Loans
PHOENIX CREDIT Co.
Successor to J. W. Tayloe.
Tel. 746. 63$ Pagton Block.
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
SALARY AND FURNITURE LOANS.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Room 3u3, Third Floor, Paxton Block.
MONEY loared on plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rales.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton C.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live rtocfc,
Jewelry, to Salaried people. Foley lan
Co.. sua. to Duff Green, k Barker block.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew.
airy, noreca, cows, eio. c. : Bceo, 311 a- IM.
WANTED, man with $3,000 to $5,000 to take
' good salary position on the Creeton and
Wlnteraet Electric road. Call or address
Lyman waterman, 134 B. 2Mb St.
ROOM I NO HOUSE-SO FURNISHED
ROOMS, WELL LOCATED, OWNER
CLEARING $160 MONTHLY. BIG BAH-
MARKS BUSINESS COMPANY.
436 Good Block, Dea Moines.
X MU 1
HOLES AL2 tit-rv for silc. tr.r.d laa
lon and good trade; failing bealih Is rea
son for selling; ww brick oven. AJ.lr.s
Box .. Geneva, Neu, Y UX1
TO GET in or out of business csll on Wll.
llams. Boons 411. McCaguo building.
TirlllPM a.. .a a a V... anlt oe onKne
17 JITjII J'U TV n, II I. U a'UJ HS-II rAtll.tllgi
rUU r V tla" I TlFfSW T iIi.'FTM V41t.tt.( C "W
I. Johnson, 643 N. Y. Life. Y-M769
IF YOU WANT CASH for your business,
city property or farm send full particu
lars with best price and I will tell you
how to get It, provided It is located In
tho United 6tat-s. My plan a winner.
Write today. Emerson De Puy, Des
Moines, la., sixth floor Iowa Loan and
Trust building. Y M3ts By
BAliOONS SEVFRA7 GOOD STANDS.
MONEY MAKERS. CHANCE FOR
PARTY WITH CAPITAL TO CONTROL
MARKS BUSINESS COMPANY,
436 Good Block. Des Moines.
FOR SALE, the Porter house furniture
and outbuildings. This hotel Is doing a
nice business, but on account of poor
health owner wants to quit. It will nay
you to Investigate this. Address Fred
Porter. Dodge, Neb. Y-M503 27
WE HAVE SEVERAL 10 AND 12-ROOM
FURNISHED ROOMING HOUSES. ALL
MAKING MONEY. CAN BE HAD AT
MARKS BUSINESS COMPANY,
436 Good Block. Des Moines.
FOR SALE, good paying restaurant In
good Iowa town; good reason for setting.
Address G 66, Bee. Y M630 20
IF YOU HAVR A BUSINESS TO SELL
COME AND PEE US. WE CAN BENE
FIT YOU. SHOULD YOU WANT TO
BUY DON'T FAIL TO SEE U& WE
HAVE ALL CLASSES OF BUSINESS
AND MANUFACTURING INTERESTS
TO DISPOSE OF OR SECURE ADDI
TIONAL CAPITAL. HAVE SEVERAL
GOOD PROPOSITIONS FOR PARTIES
WITH CAPITAL FROM $70 TO $5,000
AND SERVICES. ALL BAKE INVEST
MENTS. COME AND SEE UB OR
MARKS BUSINESS COMPANY,
436 Good Block. Des Moines.
Y Mail 1)
WANTED, good responsible party, with
$5,000 capital, to start a bank at Lelth
City, la., on the new electric roaoj from
Creeton to Wlnterset, la. A splendid
opening. Lelth City has been platted but
20 days and has several new buildings.
Address Lyman Waterman, 1349 8. 2tih
Bt, City. Y-606 !
FOR SALE, a stock of drups In eastern
Nebraska In town of 800 Inhabitants; two
drug stores in town. Address W. W.
Sinclair, Bancroft, Neb. Y 61 18
BARBER shop for sale, one of the best
fiaylng shops In Pueblo, four chairs, good
ocatlon. Address Box J31, Pueblo, Colo.
Y 619 18
I CAN BELL YOUR BUSINESS.
No matter where It is. Send description
and cash price and learn how. I have
or can find the business you want to buy.
Tell me your requirements. W. M. Oi
trander, Home Office, Suite 144$ North
American Bldg., Philadelphia. Offices In
fourteen cities. Y
FOR BALE, or exchange, small, clean,
well selected stock of dry goods, no
tions, shoes and furnishing goods; no
fancy high-priced goods; will take about
$2,000 In real estate and must have from
$300 to $600 cash to meet obligations; busi
ness can be continued or stock removed.
Address 960 New York Life Bldg., Kan
sas City, Mo. Z M764 16
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR BALE. $1 acres fruit and garden
land, eight-room house, good barn, ap
ples, cherries, plums, eight acres in tim
ber, two miles iroru car iiue. Address
103 a First. Council Bluffs, la.
A SNAP I Elegant modern $-room brick
dwelling. Kountse Place, $3,799. worth
$6,000. Franklin J. Grlffen. 712N. V. Life.
.- RE M627-A28
BEB PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO. for choice
bargains. 601 N. Y. Ltfn Bldg. Tel. 1018.
. RE 761
CHARLBS B . 120$
' - RE 78$
HOUSES and lots in all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co.. Room 662 Bea Building.
FOR BALE, good, smooth 160 acres SVfc
miles of Holdrege, county seat of Phelps
county, 3 miles to market all fenced.
20 acres of pasture, one mile to school;
good, new 4-roomed house-, gqod barn,
granary, machine shed; price, if sold
soon, $4,500. Wheat on this place this
year made 40 bushels per acre. E. W.
Maxey, Holdrege, Neb. RE M63S IS
GEORGE O. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals, Insurance. Brown block.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAlleater, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE, cattle ranch, has 400 acres of
irrigated land; will sell ranch alone or
with stock; pasture 1,000 cattle. I have
land for merchandise. T. M. Cllne, 1338
O st, Lincoln, Neb. RE M740 24
A MONTHLY payment bargain in S-rooin
house. G. M. Nattinger. Phone 463.
WHT PAT RENT? OWN YOUR HOME!
Mae the Industrial Home Company of
America. Best plan on earth 1 Olilce, 221
Board of Trade Bldg., Omaha. R. St
Wilde, manager. RB M237 AU
HOUSES, lota, farms, ranches, loans; also
tire Insurance. Bemls, Paxton block.
160 ACRES improved. Sarpy county, $6,600.
F. D. Wead, 1624 Douglas. RE 623 16
FOR BALE, tha odd sections of four town
ships of land in North Dakota at $4 per
acre; even sections government land. Ad
dress Union Land and Colonisation Co..
Three Oaks, Mich. RE M753 18
WANTED Coal miners and machine run
ners, Wyoming; bridge men, surface gang
and extra gang, Wyoming and Nebraska;
coal shovelera, Colorado division B. AM;
coal shovelers and laborers, U. P. R. R.
Western K. H. Labor Agency. 310 So. 11th.
GID. B. ft ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Butte 616, N. Y. Ufa Bldg. TeL liU.
PR. A. T. HUNT, 612 McCague Bldg. TeL
$368. . -774
MRS. GRACB DEEGAN. 63S Be building.
Tel. li8. &26
CR. PRIES, the asknowledged leading
specialist In diseases ot women In Omaha,
would call the attention of suftarlna
ladles to bis unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement and his
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
wnat causa, can or address, with stamp.
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block. 161$ Dodge,
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN BANT'fl school. 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLE8 college, court reporter principal.
N. Y. Life. -fm
NEB. Business ft Shorthand College, Boyd's
MRS. F. H. WRIGHT, piano. 1813 Webster
Oh U7 B-
OM. Van Btor. Co., 15UV4 Farn. Tela. 155-sa.
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1610 Howard.
Dr.ESSMAKINO in fim'.Mes cr at herr.a
Miss blurdy. 26s0 Haruey. 632 All
TINNERS AND CORNICES.
E. BAVAUE, '$! Farnam. 'Phone, till.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and rrpnlr-
jjig promptly aJtemled to. J. T. Ochlltreo,
20th and ljkn streets. 370
THINKS AND RAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. Phone 1717. 606 Bo. lth
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 730. MS06
LAMBERT TYTKWRITER, rrice $20; Is
fast, efficient, durable, easiest to lesrn,
use and care tor; sent on approval. Mon
roe &. Co., SlUNo. 16th St, Omaha.
PATENTS Sues ft Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha;
no fee unless successful; advice free.
I HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1263.
Bend for price list, cut flowers and plants.
MAN t'KACTI. RING.
P. MELCHIOR, 13th and Harney, ma
OMAHA (Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Andreen, Prop., lui B. 10th 8t
PRIVATE lstisons in bookkeeping, etc.;
night class Mond., Wed.. Fri. O. R.
Rathbun, room 15, Com'l Nat'l bank.
LANGE HOTEL, upstairs. 13th ft Jackson.
BARKER, 12 ft Jones; Amcrl. ft European.
CLOSING out new and second-hand bi
cycles, less than cost. Louis Fleacher.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, Sc; collars,
2c; cures, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17S3.
EEST laundry. The Chicago, 'phone 206.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
dead animals at reduced prices. 621 N. 10.
Tel. 1779. 780
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Fhllbtn, 1506 Farnam. 'Phone 784.
MIXED country scrap, $11; stove plats. $8.
Alpim, 802 Farnam. 778
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Derlght's,
1119 Farnam street 786
r: " " , , 1 1 - " -
OMAHA Hay Bale Tia Co., $11 North lh.
OMAHA Plating Co., Bes Bldg. Tel. 2S35.
GRAND Electric Co.. 19 ft Jackson. Tel. 2846,
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. JuUa Vaughn, 130 Ramge Bldg.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 Bo 18th.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANT. Tele
phone 2190. 611 Bouth Thirteenth street.
QUICK messenger service. Tel. 1017.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
BTILLMAN ft PRICE. 23 U. B. N'l Bk. Bid.
NEB. Collection Co., $06 N. Y. Life Bldg.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the week ending August
23, 1902, will close (PROMPTLY in all cases)
at ths general postofflca as follows: Parcels
post malls close one hour earlier than
closing time shown below. Parcels post
malls for Germany close St t p. m. Mon
day and Wednesday,
Rerular and supplementary malls close at
foreign station half hour later than closing
time shown below (except that supplement
ary malls for Europe and Central America
via Colon close one hour later at foreign
TUESDAY At :80 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. a. K. M. Therasla, via Plymouth.
Cherbourg snd Bremen (mall for Ireland
must be directed "per s. s. K. M. The
resia"); at 8:30 a. m. for ITALY direct,
per s. s. Nord America (mall must be
directed "per a s. Nord America").
WEDNESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. Bt. Louis, via Southampton
(mall for Ireland must be directed "per
s. s. Bt. Louis"); at 8:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per a. s.
Teutonic, via Queenstown.
THURSDAY At J0 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. F. Bismarck, via Plymouth,
Cherbourg and Hamburg (mall for France
must be directed "per s. s. F. Bismarck");
at 7 a. m. for FRANCE, SWITZER
LAND, ITALY, SPAIN. PORTUGAL,
TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE, BRITISH
INDIA and LORENZO MAKQUEZ, per
s. a. La Lorraine, via Havre (mall for
other parts of Europe must ba directed
"per a. s. La Lorraine").
BATURDAY-At 6:3o a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. Umbria, via Queenatown; at 7
a. m. lor ITALY direct, per a. s. Lahn
(mall must be directed "per s. a. Lahn");
at 7:30 a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct,
per a. a. Rotterdam (mull must be dl-
t rected "per s. s. Rotterdam"); at $:30 a.
m. fcr SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. Co
lumbia (mall must be directed "per s. s.
Columbia"); at 10 a. m. for BEIX11UM
direct, per s. s. Kroonland (mail must be
directed "per s. s. "Kroonland").
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes printed matter, commeictal papers
and samples for Germany only. The
same class 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 malls named abova addi
tional supplementary mails ate opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers and remain
c-ixin until within ten minutes of the hur
of sailing of steamer. '
Halle for Saath aaa Central Aaterlea,
Waat ladles. Eta.
TCFSPAY At : a m. (supplementary
1U 30 a. m ) for CENTRAL AMERICA (ex
cept Coata Rica) and BOUTH PACIFIC
iunln, per a. a. Finance, via Colon
(mall for Guatemala roust be directed
"per s. s. Finance"; at 10 a. m. forGRE
NADA and TRINIDAD. pr s. a. Mara
ras; at 10.30 a. m. for BRAZIL, per a. s.
Capri, via Macelo, Rio Janeiro and San
tos (mall for this steamer muat I spe
cially addressed;; at 1 p. m. for ABQtlN-
TINE, URt'GI'AT and FARAOUAT, ivr
a. a. Soldier I'lince; at t So p. m. for JA
MAICA, per s. s. Admiral Farragut, from
WEDNESDAY At 6 a. m. for BRAZIL,
per s. s. Coleridge. 1 Frrnamnuro,
Bnhla and Rio Janeiro (mall for North
ern Brasil, Argentine, Uruguay and 1'arn-
guny must he directed "per s. s. Cole
ridge"); at 12 ) p. m. isvvplementarv 1:W
r. m) for BT. THOMAS. ST. CHOtX.
.F.EWAHP and WINDWARD ISLANDS,
and BRITISH, DUTCH and KTUJKCli
GUIANA per . s. Korona; at 6:30 p. m.
for JAMAICA, per s. a Captain Bennett,
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CURA. YUCA
TAN. CAMPECHE, TABASCO snd
CHIAPAS, per s. s. Monterey (mnll for
other parts of Mexico must be directed
"per a, s. Monterey"): at $ a. m. fur
I'ONCK, t'.'T s. s. Arkadla (mnll for other
parts of 1'orto Rico must be directed "per
s. s. Ar'xadla" no- registered mall for
warded by this stearrwrlt at 10 a. m. for
HAITI, per s. a. Oranje Nassau (mail
for Cu'acHO, Venexueln. Trinidad, British
and Dutch Gulnna must be directed "per
s. s. Oranje Nassau"); at $:SO p. m. for
JAMAICA, per s. s. Admiral Sclilev, from
Boston; at 11:30 t. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND, per a. a. LlvonlAn, from Philadel-
FRIDAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. a.
Niagara, via Tamplco (mail must be
rected "per s. s. Niagara"); at 6:30 p.
for BERMUDA, per steamer from lis
SATURDAY At t a. m. (supplementary
9:30 a. m.) for PORTO RICO. CURACAO
and VENEZUF.LA, per s. s. Caracas
(mall for Savanllla and Cartairena must
be directed "per s. s. Caracas1'); at 9:W)
f;.rL..l""Pr,lomf'n",ry l1 s. m ) for
FORTUNE; ISLAND JAMAICA. SAVA
NII.LA and CARTAGENA, per s. s. Altnl
(mall for Costa Rica must be directed
"per s. s. 'Altai '); at 9:30 a. m. isupple-
FfCoSF-wY'-.- .- ra Lfor HAITI and
SANTA MARfA,- per ! s. Valencia; at 10
a. m. for CUBAi per a s. Morro Castle,
via Havana; at 12:l p. m. for CUBA, per
8. s. Ollnrtm. via Matamtng (ordinary mail
only, which must ba directed "per s. a
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
. Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this office daily at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday Malls for Miquelon, by rail
to Boston, and thence hy steamer, close
at this office dallv 6:S0 p. m Mails
for Cuba.' by rail to Port Tampa. Florida,
and thence by teamer, rinse at
this office dally, except Thursdav,
Br 6:30 a. m. (the connecting closes
are mnde on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Saturdays. Malls for Mexico
City, overland, unless specially addressed
for dispatch by steamer, close at this
office dally except Sunday at 1:30 p. m.
and 11:80 p, m., Sundays at 1 p. m. and
11:30 p. m. .Mails for Costa Rica, Belize,
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, by rail to
New Orleans, and thence by steamer,
close at this office dally except Sunday
at 1:30 p. m., Sundays at 'l p. m. (con
necting closes here Mondays for Belize,
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, and Tues
days for Coata Rica). Registered mall
closes at 6 p. m. previous day.
Malls for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close
here dully at 6:30 p. m. up to August "18,
Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Alameda.
Malla for China and Japan, via Seattle,
cIobc here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to August
20. Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s.
Shlnano Msru. (Registered mall must be
directed "via Seattle").
Mails for Hawaii, Japan, China and first
class matter- for the Philippine Islands,
via Ban Francisco,, close hure dally at
6:30 p. ra. up to August 21, Inclusive, for
dispatch per s. a. Korea.
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, cloae here dally at 6:30 p. m.
up to Aug-ust th. Inclusive, for dis
patch per U. 8. Transport.
Malls for Hawaii. Japan, China and first
class matter for the Philippine Islands,
via San Franoleco, close here daily at
6.30 p. m. up to August "JSth, lnclualve,
for dispatch per a s. Gaelic.
Malls for Australia (except West Au
strallaj which Ih forwarded via Europe),
Fiji, Bunion and Hawaii,
via Sao Irancisco, close here dally at
6:30 p. m. after August 16 and up to
Auguit 30, inclusive, or on arrival of
s. s. Etrurla, due at New York August
30, for dispatch per s. a. Sonoma.
Malls for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and Victoria, B. C-. cloae here dally at
6:30 p. m. up to September "2d, incuslve,
for dispatch per s. s. Empress of China
(registered mnll must be specially ad
dressed. Merchandise for U. 8. postal
agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
Malls for Australia (except West Au-
iraiie, wnicn goes via Europe, and New
eairina, wnicb. goes .via 8an Francisco).
hd FIJI Island
dB, via Vancouver and Vlc-
, B. C.
ciose nere dally at 6:30 w.
n. after August 3pth and up to Septem
vci - loui, inclusive, tor uispatcn per s. s.
Mails for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
. via Ban Francisco, close here dally at
6:30 p. m. up to September 2nth. Inclu
sive, for dispatch per s. s. Mariposa.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
of sailing daily and the schedule of clos
ing Is arranged on the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
"Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. pre
vious day. "
CORNELIUS VAN COTT.
1902 ' T" AuKust 15'
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha, Neb.. August 15, 1902. 8aled pro
posals, In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received here until 10
o'clock a. m., September 8, 1902, and then
opened, in the presence of attending bid
ders, for one hundred and fifteen (115)
Draft Mules, to bo delivered at either Chi
cago, 111., St. Louis. Mo., or Kansas City,
Mo. U. S. reserves right to reject or ac
cept any or all proposals, or any part
thereof. Blank forms for bidding and cir
cular giving full information and require
ments will be furnished on application to
this office. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposala for Mules "
and addressed to JNO. W. PULLMAN.
Chief Q. M. . 4t-DU-1981-,2
RAILWAY TIME. VAHtt.
BURLINGTON STATION IOTH ft MASON
Barllngtoa A MIsaoarl River.
. , Leave.
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln .1. ..1 a 8:40 am
Nebraska Express a h.w a.::
Denver Limited a 4:26 pm
Black Hills and Puget
Bound Express all:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall.'. b 3:10 pm
Fort Crook and Platis-
mouth ,...t k$:20pa
Bellevnue & Pacific Jet. a 7:!i' pm
Bellevue ft Paclflo Jet. .a $:00 am
a 7:6 pin
a 3:10 pro
a 3:10 pm
a 9:17 am
a 6:27 atu
Kansas City, Bt.' Joseph ft. Coaaell
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 8:30 am a 6:4 pm
fit - Louis Flyer a $:)0 pin all:l6 am
Kansas City Night Ex..amjo pm a :is am
Chicago. Barliagtoa ft tinlacr.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 4:nt pm
Chicago V etc billed Ex. a 4:oo pm a 7 . 30 urn
Chicago Local ...........a Jh am aU:(s) i-m
CiucuKO Limited a e:v pm a 7:30 am
yst Mail g $:4a pm
a Dally.- b Dally except Sunday, o Bun
day only. A Daiiy except Saturday, a Dally
UNION STATION 1UTH AND MARCY.
Chicago, Rock lalaad ft Pact Be.
Chicago Daylight Lim
ited ..a 6:00 am
Chicago Daylight a 1:00 am
Chlcaso Express bll:16 am
tes Molnea Local a 6:20 pm
Chicago Fast Ejtprevs...a 4 .to pm
a 9:36 pot
a 6:116 pm
a !: pm
Rocky Mountain Lim
ited a 4:60 am a 4:63 am
Lincoln. Colo. Springs,
uenver, x-ueuio sua
.a 1:30 pm
.a 6:20 pm
Colo., Texas, CaJ.
..a 9:40 am
..a 6:u0 am
..a 4:2h pm
..all .30 pm
Eastern Express a 4:36 Dm
Atlantic Express a7:$0au
Colorado Special 7:10 am
Chicago Bpeclal 3:40 am
Lincoln. Beatrice and
Btromsburg Ex b 4:05 pm bl!:60 pra
Grand ialaud Local b 6:30 pm b 8. Si pm
Chicago Express a 130 am a $:10 pa
Chtcip), Minneapolis ft
Bt Paul Limited a IM pm a 1:08 am
Miuneapulla ft Bt Paul
Express b f :au am biu:5 pro
Chicago Expreaa 1 10:36 pm
(klcais ft Korthwestera.
"Ths Northwestern Line."
C Leave. Arrive,
aat Chicago. a 8 40 am a 7.00 am
U ... ...... I.uv put a $.30 am
'U.WAV TMIK rtllD.
Local Picux tlty s6:l-am .1 io pm
Daylisht St. Pau a 7... on. u:0.& pm
Daliaht Chicago a am all:.i p:n
Local Chicaao a',tf.ia am a 6 tf pm
Local Carroll a 3 m pin al".-v uui
Fast Chicago ....a 1:1! era a 4:u6 pin
Limited Chicago a 7.4 p-n a 9.:ii am
Fast t. 1'aul ai:63p:n ft 50 am
Fast Msii a 1:40 pm
Local t-iojx City b $.33 pni bl:u uiu
Bt. I.otiis "Caitr.on Ball"
Express (:56 pm a I f nm
Bt. Louis Local. Council
Bluffs a $:lt am a1'j:!& pm
St. Louis Express slOrfs) in a 4 25 pm
K. C. A St L. Ex aiv:Su pm a C:16 aia
I lilrngn, Mll-wapL.ee ft St. Pan I.
Chicago ft Omaha Ex.'.b 7:40 am b 3:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex a 6:00 pm a 7;a0 uiu
WEBSTER DEPOT-ISTU ft WESITBn
thlraa Bt. Paal, Mlaaeapolla ft
Twin City Passenger.. ..a 6:30 am a 9:tt pm
Sioux City l'p.ssciiger...a J:00 pin aU:C0am '
Emerson Local b 1:40 pm b 4:41 am
Fremont H'lkhora t Mleeawrt
Black Hills. Deadwood.
Hot Springs a $.-00 pm a 1:00 pra
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d $:00 pm a 6:00 pra
Hastings, York, DavM
City, Superior, Geneva,
Exeter and Seward. ...0 $:00 pra b $-.00 pot
Norfolk, Lincoln snd
Fremont b 7:! am b!03 am
Fremont Local ...a 740 am
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water .......b 4:10 pm al0:t$ am
New York-ltottordam, via. iloulogna, t. M.
Now Twin-Screw s. s. of 13,uu0ton rerU-.)-Twln-8crew
Aut- !l. W A. M
Twln-f"ore Aut. SO.
Steamer HUUIUdUI 111 A. M
Steamer w Statendam Sept. 6, 10 A. M.
Apply to Harry Moores, lflOl F.rnam
street; J. S. McNally, 1323 Farnam street:
H. S. Jones, liio2 Farnam street; louls
Neese, First National Bank, Omaha.
OLDEST AND NEWEST LOCOMOTIVE.
Former Aboot to Be Retired After
Eighty Years' Service.
A strange contrast Is offered by tha oldest
and the newest locomotive in the world,
says the New York Times. The former,
built by Stephenson in 1S22, Is now, after
eighty years' continuous service, still work
Ing, hauling trurks at Hetton In England.
The principal dimensions of this "old '
timer" are: Diameter of tha cylinders,
104 Inches; piston stroke, ii Inches; dla- '
meter of the wheels, S feet. The weight ot
tha engine Is fifteen tons, and It has a 1
haulage capacity of about 129 tons at a 1
speed of ten miles an hour on a fairly leva! 1
track. Its general .design (excepting tha
rab) remains as originally constructed,
while some parts, notably the steam dome, '
are actually portions of the engine aa con
structed In 1822. '
After this long and faithful service it If
not surprising to learn that the engine la
at last becoming unequal to the ever-Increasing
demands made upon It, and the
directors of the Hetton colliery, therefore,
shortly Intend to withdraw the relic from
Hetton, and it will tn the course of a few
weeks And a permanent "resting place" at
the Durham College of Science, NVwcastle-on-Tyne,
where It will be preserved to this
and future generations as a worthy example '
of the earliest period of locomotive engi
neering. Stephenson's "No. 1 Locomotion.'
built for the openipg of the Stockton ft
Darlington railway In 1825, continued work
ing On "the first public railway" until 1850,'
when It passed Into the bands of Messrs. '
Pease ft Partners, by whom It was used tpr
colliery purpose until 1857, at which time :
It was placed on a pedestal for exhibition
At Darlington Station, whore It Is to be seen
The newest locomotive is the New York
Central company's new tandem eompound.
No. 2399. built recently at the Schenectady
Locomotive works. A few days ago It took
a train of 10S loaded cars from DeWltt to
Albany In eleven hours. The 10S cars were
loaded with 4,500 tons of freight.
This is the greatest tonnage ever moved
by a single locomotive on any railroad in
the world. Some Idea ' of the stie f tho
load can be gathered when It is realized
that 9,000,000 pounds of freight were moved,
The engine was in charge of Philip Bber
hardt of Albany. Later the same locomo
tive drew 100 cars over the division. In
the 100 cars there were 4,200 tons.
The hauling capacity of the locomotive Is
enormous. It drew fifty loaded cars up the
Schenectady hill without assistance, an un
heard of feat among Central englnemen.
The Increased power of the monster Is
gained by the use of eteam four times, Chat
is, one compound cylinder placed ahead of
the other, hence Its name "tandem com
pound." COWS ATE DYNAMITE.
Thea There Waa an Exploaloa aaa a
Shower of Meat.
Thirteen cows, the property of Claud -Peters,
a dairyman near Martinsburg, were
destroyed recently by attempting to eat
dynamite, reports ths Philadelphia North
American. The detonation could ba heard
for a mile In every direction. The cows
were blown many feet into the air. and not
single one of the herd escaped. '
The accident is one of the strangest on
record.' It has long been told by the eomla '
supplement men that goats of either gender
are imbued with a wonderful penchant for
munching at everything they happen across ,
from grass to Harlem flannels, but cows
tave not before been charged with a sim
ilar desire to feed on anything not tendel
to rlchen their milk supply..
The cattle which were killed on the Peters
land were all registered Holstelns of the '.
purest breeding. Tbey were very valuable.
From statements made by their owner they
deliberately courted death.
For some time past a crew of workmen
have been engaged in advancing a telephone ,
line along the roadway. A shed wag erected
on a bit of land belonging to Peters and In
this dynamite waa stored. The dynamla
was used for blasting purposes.
That afternoon the cows were apparently
contentedly munching tho pasture grass,
when they ofcerved the powder shed. They
all journeyed to It and found the door was
open. On tha floor near the door was a bog
filled with sticks ot dynamite. This was
upset so that the dynamite rolled out on .
the grass, and Instantly several of the cows
started an Investigation.
. It is not known how many of tha cows se
cured sticks of the explosive, but when they
began gnawing at It, the friction caused an .
explosion and In an Instant tbs air la the
Immediate vicinity waa filled with particles
of flying cows. The workmen In the
trenches ran for shelter, not knowing what
had happened snd from ' many adjoining '
properties men came running t make an
Peters went out to ascertain the trouble
and mlsst-d his cows. When he approached
the tool shed be found tbs ground littered
with hoofs aad other evidences of the aln
mals, but no llfo, and then he knew wbero
they bad rone, snd ths m'lklog wis not
done that night. The loss will approximate
euveral ibuuaaud dollars.
KlB'Theat la the Una. -
If you have loss of appstlte, headache,
constipation or biliousness take Electric
Bitters. It cures or no pay. Only too.
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