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THE -OMAHA' DAILY VFAZi THURSDAY, SEPTEMltEIt 18, 1002.
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veala aaltloa til 8 SO a. aa.
far saarajaaj aaa lultr edltloa.
at a, I l-2 ward arst lasertlaa,
la a wafl Iksrearter. Katalas takaa
far Icaa 1aaa crv far taa a rat laser
tlaa. Tkese advertlaesseate aaaat aa
Advertisers, kr reawastlasi a
rr4 raaaat, eaa aava aaawers a
Slreeeael a m aakrt letter la car
at Taa Rao. am a addresses) will
aa delivered aw areeata4m la
aaa at air.
FOR SALK CIGARS.
$0.00 IN GOLD.
tt pays to buy your cigars of us. You
may wakjft-UD some day and And yourself
tha possessor of fifty Dollars tn Gold that
give away to our customers each
Butler & Miller.
N. W( COR. 16TII AND FARNAM ST8.
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"WANTED MALE HELP.
BRIGHT BOYS. Ten bright boys to work
after school hours or evening-"- Apply
between 4-amf p. fa, room A. New or
Uie utag. c - - a jijio is
WANTED Canvasser. , Man familiar, with
book and newspaper work preierrea. Must
b hustler, Apply iioom lo7, Bee Bldg
, .,.- .... : . - ' ,- a-
"l HALF. A BAY'S WORK.
If you live In the country or tn a small
tew n and have a, good acqiiaintanca
among, the farmers, aiid stock raisers in
the iieighijorhcoU you can make 15 easily
by lour or live hwurs woik. Vvrite us
and we Will senu you our proposition.
The Ue Publishing- Co., Solicitors Dept.,
Utnaha.. Neb.. , . . B M1J
WANTED A good man In every courtly to
take . subHctJittloruj for The Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents mane g.-od
wagea everywhere. Reierences required.
Aduresa,.. Twentieth Century Farmer,
Vina ha. Kebv, . , B U
THE GUARANTEE FUND LIFE
Wanta-H local agenta in every town In
Nebrask The proposition poHSesaes spe
cial merit and is easily written, balary
or coninip)fllon to the right man. Address,
J.' C UulUBgton, autre tary, Alliance, Neb.
v' B Mi3b
WANTED, two. cpok,for Wyoming west
era raUway. Labor agency, HO H. 11th.
. . i. B M7B7
WANTED, fv well dreaeed, well educated
solicitors to tloxspeaittl work In connection
with dally newspaper! liberal salary and
commission; bring references. Call for F.
C. Kussell,, room. 107, Bee bulldiug. after
a tiocic a. m, , .. , Ltvju
WANTED,, salesmen In cloak department;
none wltnoul experience need apply. J
Ik Brandela aatjona,-- B-S64 20
WANTED, string music team for saloon
. work Aaaresa j-rea Littleton, bnerinan
Wye. - v .. - v B-;i
THE annual postofflce exumlnatUin will bo
held in Omaha November 19 for clerks and
carriers; ooU a. common chool education
required; politics or religion not consid
ered; yte prepara by mull- for the k
aminationa a. large percent of those ap
pointed each year; Information about all
government positions' free. Columbian
correaponuence luuege, Washington, i. O,
. . ,i".. B aw is
HU8TLER., One who can talk and not
afraid til work; must have A-l refer
ences; good pay for right man. Apply
between 4 and p, m., room A, New York
t t uJX TJ It'll,: la
WANTED. exDertenCed lftundrvman: alnale.
vTood habits; write for particulars, giving
reference. Address state. Industrial
School, Kearney, Jcb; ' B 2t IS
HUSTLING deputies wanted; men or
women: splendid contract. The Garden
era, 4U Hue' Bldg- ' - ' B 275
WAITED. Mrit-olass iirltannica and War
ner library salesmen for low a, Kansas,
Nobrasg. Montanav, Nortb and South
Dakota AVe pay traveling expenses and
monthly advance- You call on Inquiries
onlv. . Pirmnmnl Anil .lniil v trrlforv
ayatera. v Address American Newspaper I
B 293 01$
WANTED, an experienced carpetlaycr. Ap-
ply Peiplj Blore. .
. W 214 17
WANTED, a. Rrst-clftss coatmaker at once.
Jacob Thomas, 703 1st St., Hastings, Neb.
WANTED mer who are weak or diseased
to w.-tte for free booklet edited bv the
leading nnd most successful specialist Jn
the' United States. Address J. Newton
Hathaway, M. D, 62 Commercial block.
Bioux uy, i a. u ass ii"
ARE YOU dissatisfied with your work?
Our free" booklet. -"Are Your Hands
Tied?" tolls hoW we have qualified thou
sands In .Spare time for salaried positions
In more congenial and profitable lines of
work. Write International Correspond
ence Schools, box 166H, Scranton. Pa., or
can oay or evening, umana omce, Ji
Paxton block. .. . B 2m 7 17
WANTED, everywhere, hustlers to tack
signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing; gooa pay. Bun Advertis
lng Bureau,, Chicago. B 284 17
' 1 J " 1 ' - V. . !.
WANTED An . experienced salesman In
men nu department; pone but such as I
have hud one . year's experience need
appiy.i J.' L. Brandela ft Sons.
: . ' ... ,:. .- B-M296 19
WANTED Boiler makers. 12.75 per day,
nine hours' work. Dea Moines Mfg. &
Supply Co., pea Moines, . Iowa.
...... !... B-MI9T 23
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WANTED, a . competent girl,, neat and
stroag, Dice lioino and gcxnl wages. Mrs.
Batae. SOU Woolworth Ave. B-S02 19
DISTRIBUTORS- Two men to deliver
packaea; must give small bond or Ilrst-
ciaas city references, can after 4 p. m.
room A, New York Life" Bldg.
.i . . - . . B-M317 19
WANTED, men to learn he barber trade
Abundance of practli-e, qualitled teachers,
superior facilities, graduating dcpartmeit.
flnoionKtratlons, - and aH the advantages
that can be offered until competent, with
out waste of time. We present each
graduate with complete outfit of tools
allow Wages and experience In shops Sat
unlays, and grant diplomas As much
experience In short time as elsewhere In
years. Illustrated catalogue nulled free
MoW-r 'Barber College. ljc2 Douglas Bt.
P. 8. Do not be numbugged by cheap
five-Cent shops called colleges. We were
ealablliuM'd In JJ-sti anil have branches In
New 'ork Chicago, fct,. Louis. Sun Fran-
rlsco,,- Now . Orleans . and Minn apo'H.
Writ us. ., . - n MU2 23
WANTED, a bookkeeper snd office man
aciualnlert wltrt the coal business. Ad
dress K 37, Bee. B M310 21
WANTED, by banking house, middle-aged
man witn large acquaintance. 21a u,
leUl St. B-M309 20
TAIIiORS wanted, t coat makers, 1 pants
nitUter, 1 bushelman, at once: rlrst-cluss
only. J. II. Spotta, Hastings, Neb
WANTED Young man stenographer; give
reierences. an. and expected saury. Ad
dress K 35. Bee. B M333
WANTED Oood butcher;
John Will. Herman, Neb.
B M326 24
WANTFD for U. S Army: Able-bodied un
married men between acea of 21 and 15.
clttzena of United States, of good char
acter and tsipoerate habits, who can
apeak, read and write English. For Infor
mation apply to Recruiting officers, 16th
snd DodfA gt.. Gmspa. and , post office
.butldXOg. Llnco:n, NeW-aka. B
1 I"! , .Ml - ... r ,
TAHjQTia wanted. Six coatmakers at once;
flrst-tla work ojily. Wr'.te or call on
T.'lL Uoyer, Sioux C4ty. Iowa.
. .- H M.V J4
AI.ESMES W ANTED.
SALESMAN,, earluslve territory ; salary or
commnuttikD! awttalactlon guaranteed. Ap
tly for terms to "B.". Ve.lrn Nursery
Co.. Lawrence. Kan. - 11 01.
WANTED, a good gtrl for general house
work; email family, gooa wsges. 1,9 a.
8tBvSYe. . . . . C-MfcO
. " - ' - y I f 1 : -
Lst uirls. Cali Canadian office, 15lb i Dodg.
WANTKD. two young ladv students to
learn halrri resting, manicuring and chi
ropody ami scientific munn. Call or
write Room 22t, Be Bldg. C las
WANTKD. good wanes to good rook;
none other need apply. 2324 Harney.
NURSES' COLLEGE. Pueblo, Colo.; three
months' course; diplomas; open Ooto'icr
1; write. C-M782 81'J
2913 Mason St.
WANTED, girl for general housework IV4
West Boulevard. C 92 20
WANTED, a refined young girl for seoowd '
work; a good situation. all cetween 1
and - or 7 and 8 p. m. at 2626 Dodge at.
C M921 IS
WANTED, experienced salesladies In cloak
department; only those of experience need
apply. J. I. Brahdels A Sons.
C 956 20
WANTED, a woman of middle age who Is
willing to leave city for general house
work In family of five, give references
nnd state wages wanted. Address I box
13, Castana. la. C M'Jli IS
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
of three adults. Address J 14, Bee.
WANTED, lady cook. 'Eureka Restaurant,
1604. Cass 8. C-70O
WANTED, girl for
1060 Georgia Ave.
C 958 17
WANTED, competent girl for general
housework: small family. 4024 Lafayette
Ave. Telephone F-2S22. C 301 18
family of two.
for general housework;
(16 N. 23d 8t. C-270 IS
WANTED, cook and sweond gtrl for family
In the city. Apply to Mrs. S. C. Mills.
Madison hotel, ilst and Chicago sts.,
Omaha. ; C-277 22
LADY to travel In Nebraska; $50 monthly
and all expense! to start; permanent
position If satisfactory; solf-addressed en
velope for reply. Aauresa iresiaenj, .ua
62 Dearborn. Chicago. C 291 17
WANTED, a cook; good wages paid. Mrs.
T. J. Rogers. 1120 Park ave. C Zi'i
HOU8EKEEPER for small family of man
and two children, half-grown; must re
capable, good cook and neat. J. L.
Thomas, Egbert, Wyo. C 282 20
GIRL for general housework. 106 N. 2.'th
street. C-M329 19
WANTED, experienced first-class girl In
mail family; good wages. 2u3T Dodge St.
FOR REST HOUSES.
HOUSES, stores. Bemls, Fasten block
TO MOVE rlgnt get Omaha Van Storuge
Co.; ottlce lbllVi Farnam, or Tels. 16i9-8td.
8-ROOM modern, good repair, on B. I2d ave
nue. Phone 6i. "-hi
UOIlCCQ'ln all parts of city. The O,
tllJUoCO p. Davis Co., M Bee Bldg.
SEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK ft CO. for choice
houses. ol-2 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. wis.
J-HOOM modern detached house. Inquire
2548 Capitol ave. D M540
VANS and baggage wagons.
FOR RENT, a house, 3314. Francis street,
120.00. omaba Realty Co., rail uougias ou
MAGGARD Van & Storage Co.
HOUSES and flats. Ring-wait, Barker block,
Tt a nn ATM. Whv nav rent when you may
win a 13.500 house and lot tor a quarter!
Two chances to win valuable prises witn
each 25-cent Auditorium Stock Ticket.
Office, ground floor New York Life Bldg
(-ROOM modern, good repair, on So. S2d
avenue. Phone 623. u in
CENTRAL, steam heat, l-room cottage,
Tlzard, 220 N. - u wsao
FOR RENT Nlne-roora cottage; parquetry,
bath, eto., east irouL iijo ueorgia Ave..
MODERN houses, $26.00, 'J).00, J1B.00; othera
klngton. 605 Bee.
6 ROOMS for rent. 2S19 "No.
OCT 1 -room house, 1901 Spencer, modern,
tui- u-ronm nousn. Ituu v. ass. moaern ex
cept furnace, 3i. W, N. Naaon, Hotel
Farnam. jj ma-n
FOR RENT. 10-room' modern house and
hum 2116 SDencer St..
-room modern bouse and barn, 1909 Btnney
10-room modern house, and barn, 2210 Pop
7-r0om house. ay water, 922 N. l$th St., J 15,
209 So. 13lh St.
D 963 20
POSTERS. Handsome Indian Girl poster
given to every laay calling Deiore bep
tember 25th at Auditorium Stock Contes
Office, ground Door New York Life Bldg,
OCT 1, 9-room modern house, 1041 Park
Ave. inquire 1039 far Ave. -
. . . ,. D-M101 16
FOR RENT, Georgia ave. home, 8 rooms,
nice gas grata in parior, rurnace, porco
lain pain, tun tot, paveu street, jo.
J. II. SHERWOOD,. 937 N. . Life.
J01S Sherman Ave., C r. modern flat'.....$'8.O0
is 15 Dewey Ave... 4 r. all modern, walk
ing distance oo
112 8. 28th Ave., 6 r., city water 10.00
2mis Hrlmol Bt.. g r...cltv water and
s,7 Jackson Bt.. 7 r.. all modem, nice
place SO 00
7ta Hurt St.. r.. all modern, furnace.
. o Cl
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Tel. 1781. Main Floor N. Y. L. Buldg.
702 s. 17TH, 9 rooms, newly papered and
modern, new plumbing $35.n0
624 8. 201 h. 8 rooma, modern.... 4.u0
St. Mary ave., $ rooms, modern.. 30.00
424 Davenport, 8 rooms, modern 18.00
1214 s. iitn, 0 190ms, city water., m.w
2. 17 Spencer, a rooms, city water ,.. 15.00
216 s 17th, S rooms ,. lu."0
Suit Plnkney, 6 rooms, city water....... 19.00
Com'l Nat Bank Bldg.. 16v4 Farnam St.
D 278 20
FOR RENT, 4-room cottage, 2608 Blondo
I 5-ruora cottage. 18th and Burt St., $11.
I Inquire, at 60? N. lth SL D 280 21
S&07 FOWLER, 6-room cottage.
D 299 18
HOUSE wVWD LOT. It Is worth $3,500,
hut sjom purcnaser 01 an Auuitonum
Stock Contest Ticket will win It for
.twenty. five cents. Fur particulars, call
at Auditorium Stock Contest Office, New
York Life JJIdg. D-M323 19
irOR R EN TOc toner 1. 7-roora house, fur
nished, 1626 Bpencer. For particulars
call at 4758 N, 24tn St. 1 323 2i
FOR RE.ST KIRSISIIED ROOMS.
DEWET European hotel. Utn and Farnam,
$1 PER WEEK 421 S. Uth BL, one block
soutn 01 court uouw. i-iw
AETNA HOUdE. European, 134b and Doxig.
TWO nice, ctol, furnished or unfurntehed
rooms. uaveuporu . tr til
COOL, neat rooms; new flat.
t North 17th.
E 7j9 I7
ROYAL HOTEL. Europaan, rh ft Chtcako.
NICELY furnished, cool rooms; modern.
Soil Harney. - trV6i
A SUITE of rooms, newly furnished and
nauered: onodern. liiuiudina teleunone
suitable for couple, or two or more men.
Hit ueugiaa. - c ntiu
NICELY furnished rooms, single or en-
suits: rate roasonauie. aziautna ttotei.
lvtb a,nd, Chicago. . . : k t- E o3S
VIENNA HOTEL, K'U-li Faxnam si
FOR REST FtRSISHED ROOMS.
LAHOE aouth alcove room, modern.
Harney. E J 72 22
OR 4 room for light housekeeping.
8. 21st Ave. . E-267 22
FR'iNT roorr, modern. $2 per week. 1717
Webster. E 3"0 Ol
FINELY furnished rooms, also rooms for
light housekeeping. 1709 Dodge st
E M-UT 24
FI RM II ED ROOMS ASD BOARD.
Merrlam. comfortable aummer borne. Tel. &
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
161 h and Chicago. F 536
CAPITOL hotel, 1Mb and Capitol ave., one
Mock from P. O.; superior labia, elegant
location; $1.25 per day; special rates by
the week. F 531 830
FOR RENT, desirable rooms.
212 So. 26th
FOR HEXT-1 NFIRSISHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, S5 per month; ground
floor room In the Bee building, facing
Farnam street; no expense for light, heat
or Janitor, service. H. C. Peters A Co.,
rental agents. Bee building. O 116
FOR RE XTSTORES AMD OFFICES,
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 9li .Farnam St. ,-It
has four stories arid a basement which
was formerly used aa The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C. C Rose
v ater, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
CORNER 2th and Dodge, cheap,
to Welshans' Mantel & Tile Co.
FOR RENT Store In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply R. C Peters &
Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1266
FOR RENT, first-class storage for house
hold goods or mercnandise. Apply to ti.
J. Windsor. 151s Dodge St.. or to H. E
Easton, tha Dunsuny flats, 10th nnd
Pierce Sts M :S7
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.;
night class Mond., Wed., Fri. G. R.
Rathbun, room 15, Com'l Nat l bank.
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit sunscrtptions to this
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured good In
come. Airtnts In the rountry with horse
and buggy specially desired. Canvassers
make easily 160 to 100 per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer. Bollcltprs" Bnrenu
Bee building, Omaha. , " 213.
SALARY or commission, to sell' famous
glass burner, an eleotrlo light on kerosene
lamp; million In use; sample by mall, 50
cents; illustrated, literature free. Mon
arch Novelty Co., 315 N. W. bldg., Mlnne'
spoils. Minn. J M328 18
WASTED TO RENT.
WANTED Furnished house from 8 to 12
rooms, by reliable party. Address K 1
Bee. K-M216 21
WANTED, bedroom and parlor with pri
vate family witnin walking alliance or
town, for man and wife employed ail day,
Address K 1. Bee. K.-aa XI
WASTED TO SELL.
-WASTED TO DIY.
WANTED to buy, house and lot between
Leavenworth, and California atreets and
between 17th and 27th streets, on monthly
payments. Address ti. 24, Bee.
. N-256 21
FOR SALE FCRSITIRH,'
FOR SALE Han 30 ho Id furniture, ladles'
I . I . . .. .. . 1 . 1 I .. .. U,..,.,..,,,n . . c 4 ,-na.,H .nM
ladles' and gentlemen's bicycles. 22l
Culllornla atreet . . . , o usu Ji
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC
GOOD family horse.
1318 Farnam street
F 6ol O-
HARRY FROST paints and repairs
wagons, t ee htm, 14th ana laven
Worth, lei. 147. s P808
FOR SALE MISCELLAHKOLS.
WHITE sawdust: season checked oak tim
bers, cheap; hog fence, etc. 901 Douglas
FOR SALE, phonographs; superior to any
other musical instrument; $5 up. The
Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam. Q 2u6
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119
iDHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
100 STYLES trusses', catalogue free. Sher
man ft McConnell Drug Co., - 16th and
Dodge, Omaha. (4 2u7
VIM puncture-proof tires, $4.95 and $7.00 per
pair, omana. ttJcycle jo Mtn ana cru-
EDISON phonographs, $10, 20 and $30;
moulded records, mc each or $5 per do.;
new wheels, $15 up; 2dhar.d, $5 up. Omaha
Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago' Sts.
L. M. E. always hurry. Tel. 780 Q-M212.
FOR gas fixtures see Sam'l Burns.
Q 903 O 10
FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican
hairless dogs. Address K 6, Be.
CHOICE milch rows, 6 Shetland ponies. S.
T. Campbell, 4213 Center, phone Black
112s. .;. wau 013 .
BASE BURNER. 2001 Burt St,
GENTLE young cow.
3527 Jones. ,
NEW Edison Home Phonograph, 3 dosen
latest records, and carrying case, 14 horn,
also 30 horn, with horn stand; all new;
less than half cost for cash. Address
K 34. Bee. Q MJ24 21
CATTLE Have chanoa to keep 1,000 head
for winter, gooa range, water, eneiter.
hay, corn fodder, 7 miles from U. P., 15
miles from B. ft M. In Custer Co,, Ne
braska. Address '. Lv-Haycock. Calls,,
way. Neb. ... - ,, - . : K MS20 ii .
FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass fit.
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist, 315 S. 15.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor. R 1
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15. R. 7.
TK74 O la
GRACE O BRYAN of Ky.. 720 8. 13th.
HARRY: If you win that house and lot
the Auditorium Company Is going to give
away in November, we can be married on
Thanksgiving. .eiue. L-MJia 11
PRIVATE hospital before and during con-
niieruetit; babies Dotiraea ana adopted,
Mrs. Gardels, 234 Lake. Tel. red 1M4.
V1AVA, woman's way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. 344 Be bldg..
Omaha. u zi
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co.. U22 Doug
TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messengers.
ELITE PARLORS. 615 8. Uth si., '-'d floor
SHAM POO 1 NG and batnlresslng. .", In
connection with The Bathery, 216-220 Pee
building. Tel. 1718. U-tlS
PP.IYATE sanitarium for ladle before
and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs.
Gerlsch, 4o2 N. 15th at., Omaha.
CHIROrODT a specialty. In connection
with The Bathery, rooms 216-220 Bee Bldg.
Tel. 1714. . U 219
JACK: Hard tip Just now, but have two
twenty-five-rent Auditorium Stock tick
eta, which give me four chances to win
big prise. Will aettie up In November
when prizes are awarded. Joe.
130-RUPTURED CURED FOR B-No
knife, no pain, no ueieimun irnm ohm
nes Send for booklet, etc. EMPIRE
RUPTURE .CURK CO., W N. Y. Mfe
Bldg., Omaha. U 1
HA1RPRESPINQ, manicuring and chirop
ody tor laaies oniy, in connection fviin
The Bathery. 21-220 Bee Bldg. U-222
OMAHA Dye Works, lain Howr.rd. the
fashionable Cleaners oi uioies ana gentle
men's dresses and suits, lace curtains,
draperies. U-"4 03
8END 2So for complete lesson In deep
breathing exercise, earn j. rox, m rar
nam. U-902 O 10
IF smokln' hurts your blines, quit tha
Mines," for you ran t afford to forego
the pleasure of . smoking .
U MS28 IS
LESSONS In Raphea basketry.. Mrs. Ma
rion Chrlstlancy, 17 Harney.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement: nrst-ciass in every respect:
babies adopted. Dr. L. L. Miller. 2501
Blondo street Phone F 1182. U 212 U13
BIO reduction In new and second-hand
bicycles; new one at less man cost.
Louis Flescher, l2i Cap. Ave.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 If. 15, 2d floor,R.2.
PR. b. M. JACKSON has removed to InOo
Farnam St.. 2d noor. u oijiw
8ALLIE: Cannot call tonight, as landlady
Is holding my trunk, saved my auuiio
rlum Stock tickets, so don't care. Am
after that big dresser trunk now. Dick.
U M320 19
THE palate, the body and the soul. Read
. . . . . -. . . . - 1. . . . ..
riepterooer v nat to m tum'i
10 cents. U-MMl 18.
MONEY TO LAO HEAL ESTATE.
'A PER CENT on business property.
per cent on residence property
Options to ray whole or part any time.
ME1KLE. 401 S. 15th St.
LOW RATES. - Private mbney.
FAlNC. liUVtiDlNbiM u.i r-A I ,
Main Floor, New Yerk Life Bldg.
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real
estate. iireiinan-ixve v-o.-, oi a. lain. -
W 224 V
4t4 TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton Bile
FARM and city loans. low rates. W. H
Thomas, irsi cans. umg. in. ia.
S PER CENT lons., Garvin Bros., 1S04
WAKTED, city loans and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith ft Co., 1320 Farming st.
puryATV. monev. F. D. Wead. 1524 Douglas.
... . W-281
WANTED, city and farnl loans; also bonds
and warrants. R. C. Peters ft Co., 1703
Farnam sL, Bee Bldg.- , -. W-228
$100 UP; low rate.
Prlchard. 1712 Farnam.
1 V i ,i
WHEN yti find It 'nefrWsary.'to. borrow,
. n H i trUl. aMer 4iieri we will, Ly
lair treatment, attempt to-retain your
patronage. ' We loan frwn $10 up, on fur
niture, pianos, Hvfc.fitocs, etc Wa also
snake .loans to r-1" ' '
HALARTED ' PEOPLE- ' .
without mortgage or endorser. We do
not deduct Interest In advance, we charge
nothing for making on tiling papera and
our service Is quick and confidential, we
always try to piease our patrons.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 229a.
(Estau lahed 1892.) H'A So. 16th St.
$ . DO YOU NEED MONEY? $
$ MONEY TO LOAN $
$ ON $
$ FURNITURE AND SALARIES.
$ $10 to $au0 loaned on FURNITURE.
$ I'lANOS, ETC,, and o salaried people
s to I
s at very lowest ra,iea auu ivc
t nf time without Dubllcity or removli
$ the property. Payments can be made to I
x sun your convenience.
$ Call and . get our trms before gol
$ RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY,
$ Room So3, Third Floor, Paxton Block.
KEEP YOUR CREDIT GOOD.
No Mortgage, no lndorser. no publicity.
. AMERICAN LA) AM CO.,
Paxtpn piock., ihird ipor, Room ww.
' ' . X M982
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PLOPliS,. mercnapis. team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices In prin
cipal cities. Tolman. 440. Board of Trade
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business oonnaenttai; lowest rates.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
Chattel and Salary Loans.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Successor to J. W. Taylor.
745. -. 633 Paxton Block.
MONET loaned on furniture, live stock,
Jewelry, to salaried people, roiey Loan
Co., Sue -to Duff Green, 8 sarker block.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, les
elry, norses, cows, etc v. neea, sis a.
FURNITURE of 10-room. . completely
equippea, nne location, noy. i-rouin nat,
well located, $190. These are snaps; be
quick. J. H. Johuson, N. Y. Life. -
TO GET In or out of business call on Wll-
llamst Moom 41U anct-ague pvniuin.
WHEN yon -want 4o buy, aelt or exchange
your pusinens or property qiuca, see i,
11. Johnson. M3 N. Y. Uln Y-M24S
HARDWARE stock, $4,000 to $5,000; best
location in town; will sen an or part. u
dress W. J. Deerlng, Carroll, la.
WANTED At bargain, $1,60 to $2,000 clean
stock drugs In good eastern ivcd. town;
give run particulars, n. see.
FOR SALE, general merchandise stock of
$3,000, located in one of tke best towns In
N. E. Nebraska, where crops ars asaurea;
last year a business $2),0uu; other business
reason tor seillug. Aaaress rv tiee.
- - - Y 260 li
$2,600 TO $5,00 ter' year. The largest Fire
Protective Equipment nouse in Amenta
desires first-class business man In each
locality as representative; excellent, per
manent, high-class proposition for capa
ble man. Address Harris Safety Company
St. James building. New York.
CAPITAL secured for meritorious enter
prises, compsnles promoted, stocks and
bonds bousht. sold and underwritten.
Willis Todd, t-25 N. Y. Llf bldg . Omaha.
A CHANCE FOR A FORTUNE We pay S
per cent weekly for small Investments of
.10 ana upwsras- 1 ins is an vpponuuuy
for the small Investor without a par
allel; full particulars free. John J. Ryan
Co-operative Investment Co., buti om-
monwealth Trust bldg., Bt. l-oul, Mo.
Y M332 !
WANTED to rent In good live town of
7uu to 1.000. In western Iowa or eastern
.Nebraska, hotel; must be all furnished
said trad csiabuabcd. AvidTc 1- 2',. Res
4 rU Uf
Well, It's Time to Waken Up.
Four of the five specisl cssh prises al
ready awarded by the Omaha AuOitortum
Company have been won by persons living
outside of Omaha, South Omaha, and
Council Bluffs. They were paid to Ed J.
Hamilton, Wllsonvllle, Neb., tlt.S0; to C.
1. Bernard, Fairfield. Neb., 1200.00; lo Wm.
Buchardt. Blair, Neb., $87.42; to N. 8.
Beats, 6509 Iexlngton Ave., Chicago, 81S7.2S.
Mrs. C. J. Mangold, 2S1S Capitol Ave.,
Omaha, won the prise of 1172.00 awarded
Three more special prizes will be awarded
on October 1st, October 15th and November
1st. Do you want one of them? ... ' . ..
The capital cash prize ot
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
in gold and the seven hundred smaller cash
prises, also the S3.6O0.0O house and lot,' and
scores of other valuable prises, will be
awarded In November.
TICKETS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Two chances to win prizes with each
ticket. For complete list of prizes and
tickets, call at any agency or at the office
of the Omaha Auditorium Co., ground
floor, New York Life- Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
$9.5110 FOR EXCHANGE A nice, clean,
bright, up-to-date stock of general dry
floods, notions, ladles' and gents' furnlsh
ng goods, mostly all bought during the
twist year, invoicing about iK.ooo; no nx
Hires: owner wants a little money to pay
his bills and will take some gooa town
nronertv or land for the balance: stock
was never traded or run down, but will
ha va.tobe removed. Write Brown & Co.,
411 Hall bldg., Kansas City, Mo., for full
particulars. Z 2K9 17
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE,
DO YOU WANT
TO SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and stockralsers about It. The
best way to reach them la through
V V; The " ': ' - -Twentieth
This agricultural weekly goes to 35,000
homes of farmers and stockralsers, so It
you have, a good piece ot land to sell at
reasonable price you ought to find a buyer
among them. The cost of an ad is small
1 cents per word.
THE-TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
- OMAHA, NEB.
' ' RB-404
FOR SALE, cottage 1n Hanscom Place,
rooms furnace, bath, gas, paved street,
near car; let 45x150; rent, $26.00 per month,
1 .ilus WfHer tax. Price, $1,000; can be pur
1 chased to payments.-; Address J , nee;
.... 'i. "-RE 413'
FOR SALE, 7-room modern house, nearly
new, full lot, near Ames ave and 24th.
Price, $2,000; part cash, balance long
"T'H. SHERWOOD, 937 N. Y. Life.
FOR SALE, 31 acres fruit and garden
land, eight-room house, good barn, ap
nin rherries plums, eiaht acres In tim
ber. two miles from car line. Address
103 S. First, Council Hlufia, la.
viaTPRN Kansas land, price $10 to $30.
; Address D. R. Hitter, Yates Center. Kan
eas.' 3 '' a-aijo
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
ITnion Pacinc utanroau company, a. iv.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb. .
WOUD YOU BUY
THE NOBBIEST AND BEST HOUSE TO
BE FOUND IN OMAHA FOR TUB
PRICE ASKEDT ' .
We have Just completed a f-room house
on a, south front lot. in a gooa neignuor
hood, near school, church and atreet car,
! th north nart of city. ' . m
The parlor, dining room, kitchen, pantry-
nn nan taae up me uri nwi , oow
ihf.a herirooma. closets snd bath room,
with porcelain tub, marble wash bowl, hot
and cold water anu i-iubpi pro on mo ow-
ond floor, enameled sink In the kitchen,
gas In each room, cemented cellar, etc.
porch across the entire front and I
..aii nn in the rear protects both en
trances. IT IS A BEAUTY, and Is your s
to move into tomorrow for $1,760, ON
EASY TERMS. Act quickly If you wsnt
It as It is THE ONLY ONE IN OMAHA
FOR me. "i'tl1-' .. .
SHIMER & CHASE
6M Bee Bldg. Tel. 1443.
W MA t Q
HOUSES snd lots in all parts of city; also
ure nroDerty ana i.rin iauu. na v. 9,
, . . . --0 I , U,,IIJIn-
rjVlt CO., xooiil K, un lt2il
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
lira insurance, oeutie,
PUEBLO No better. Investment today
.nut, mftfuA COnDrrVlLlVI ailU JUUIUUU, 111
vestment in Pueblo realty. Orin 8 Mer
rill Kaxter block, opposite P. O., Pueblo
Colo. RE M128 S2a
FOR RENT. 8-room moaern nouse, tM.
3314 Francis 01.
KELSET'S, wall paper, 17th and Douglas.
'Phone 1608. Jrtiv uo
, ti-t v n tn phinfli nf oeeunstlon. owne
desires to sen 111s piaoe at once anu wm
eli at a bargain; It taken before Septem
ber 30: g-room house, newly painted and
renalred Ian. fruit, chicken house, etc.
i fjttVZA don't answer this unless you
mean business. Pries, $1,500. Address
J 4, Bee. RE 327
TWO well built 8-room houses, desirable
location. Apply 1411 Vinton St.
RE 907 Old
tv 1 iv piv hp-NT OWN YOUR HOME
See the Industrial Home Co. of America,
Best plan on eartn: omce, z-'i u. u
Trade Bldg., Omaha. R. M. Wilde, mg
KE 677 Oct i
ere pitkr rostwick ft Co. for choir
tuvnalns. 601 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. lull
" . RE-245
llfll I lillCriM CHARLES E.
VYlLl-lrtlHOl-fl Farnam street
GEORGIA Ave. home for sale, all modern
bouse, part cssh. bsl. long time. J. H
Sherwood. 937 N. Y. Life. Phone 88.
rm prif.9. tha acknowledged leadln
specialist In diseases of wocien In Onwha
would can tne Hurunuu ui jucohi
l..4i to hl unsuruaaaed accommodation
before and during confinement and his
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
w hat cause. Call or address, with stamp.
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1513 Dodge,
LADIES' Chichester's English PenryToyal
Pills are the best; safe; reliable. Take no
oilier. Sead c, sumps, (or particulars.
"Relief for Ladles" in letter by return
mull Ask our drurgist. Chichester
cr.cnilt:! Co., Philadelphia, fa.
SHORTHASD ASD TVPKWH1TISO,
ORKIW pi H.. Touch T. W.. Bis Branches.
Teleg. Cat. Free. Om. Coll., 171U ft Douk.
A. C. VAN BANT 8 school. .717 N.
BOYLE8 college, court reporter principal,
N. V. Life. -f:j
NET). Business ft Shorthand Colli gv. Bovd's
LOST, pockethook. Union Pacific and Tur
lington mlU'agp and excess hapsagc
NHks, issued lo 1. N. Picket L. Rctuin to
Hayward Bros. Shoe Co. for reward.
LOST Lady's open face silver watch, pre-
stitnably on Farnam car. Reward if re
turned to Paxton hotel office.
DRESSMAKING by the day.
M.li 6 li.
CAHPESTERS AM) JOINERS.
ALL klrlds of csrpenter work end repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
' 2oth and Luke streets. i:v
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1510 Howard.
EAGLE Loan lOfllce, reliable, accommodat
ing; All business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln. la Farnam. 'Phone 7!4.
GtD. Ei ft ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 615, N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1664.
.... , -270.
MRS. GRACE Da.rn.UAN, 638 Bee building.
Tel. 29tiS. st4
SCHOOL OF Ml SIC.
OMAHA School of Music. Twelve free
scholarships for one year, commencing
October 1st. For particulars and pros
pectus apply F. II. Wright, director of
studies. 315 Ramgo bldg.; for staff of
teachers, see Sunday papers. 913 Oct 10
LAMBERT TYPEWRITER Price, $20. Is
fast, efficient, durable; easiest to learn.
use aim care ior. oent on approval. Mon
roe & Co., 811 No. 16th St., Omaha.
; ' M275 '
MAS LFACTl RISG.
and Howard, ma--254
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty oi nre escapes, snutters, doors and
safe. G. Anflresn, Prop., 102 8. 10th St.
CHAMBERS. 17 111 and Douglas; now open
ior reception or pupils;, formal opening
September m. 'Phone F1775 (circulars).
FOR SALE FIRSITL'RB.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodae. Tel.
Mtat, icw ana seconananu, oougnt, sola,
exenangra. tj -ri
DRESSMAKING In families or at hbme.
Miss sturdy, 2580 Harney. 560 Ol
THl'KKS AND BAGQAGE.
TWIN CITV EXP,.;Phona 1717. 508 8. 16th.
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 730.
-. 1 ,
WE ARE western headauarlers for Edlmn
uiiuuotirapns ana revoxuw. f rices, 410 uu
Nebraska Cycle Co.. lath and Harney. .
CAPT. THOS. CORM1CK, private detec-
uve, du ivaroatn Olock. Tel., a2S32.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars.
- buna, Aitfv esveiwurtii. lei. A-t,J,
STATUARY F ACTOR V,
STATUARY and ornamental work.
712 8. 16.
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co.. 811 North ltb.
- " ' 1
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1358.
send tor price uat, cut flowers ana plants
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled. Joe lousen, 14U Farnam at.
STAMMERING ASD STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
O. R. GILBERT CO.. tanners. 1424
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. 611 So. 13th
GOLD, silver snd nickel plating.
Plating Co., Bee King. iei. 2:..
MIXED rountry scrap, $11; stov plat, $8.
. Alplrn, 802 Farnam. at
lT-.ii"J 1 -i-
OM. Van gtor. Co., 1511V4 Farn. Tels. 1559-86J.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO . cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
dead animals at reduced prices. 621 n. 16.
Tel. 177. ' 20
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
STILLMAN ft PRICE, Q U.
B. NT Bk. Bid.
GRAND Electric Co., 16 ft Jackson. Ttl. 2M6.
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Deright s. 1119
. Farnam street. 267
(Should be read DA1LT by all Interested,
aa changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the week ending Sep
tember 2, i9"2, will close (PROMPTLY In
all cases) at the General Pofcloitlce aa fol
lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than ( losing time shown below.
rarcels post malls for (Inrniuny close st
p. ni. Mouday and Wednesday.
Regular knd Supplementary mails close
st Forvlgn Station ha.lt nuur later than
closing time shown below (except that Sup
plciueutaiy Malls for LuJu.'t and Cvulrsl
rosi ori i i: sotic k.
America. Ma Colon,
rloe one hour later at
1 Hl'RSDAY-At H a. in for EUUtiPK,
1T s. s. Fliers! Hismar.-k. via I'lymiMith,
Cherbourg and Hamburg tmall fiV France
must 1c directed ' per s. r. Fuerst Uls
nmrck ": af 7 a m. for FRANCE. SWlT
KKl.AXD. ITALY. PIAIN, POKTU
tiAl.. TL' UK KY, F.OYI T, GHEKCK,
HKIT1SII INDIA snd LORENZO ilAU
l.'l'U.. per s s. I a Lorraine, via Havre
(mail for oher pans tt Europe must be
dtrci-toil "p. r s. s. Im Lorraine "(.
SATURDAY At 7 JO a m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, r v.. s. Rynrlam (mall
must le ilir..ci...l ' in- r. s. Rvndain"); at
N a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per s. s.
Kroonlainl (mail must be directed "wicr
. s Kroonland' ); at 9:30 A m. for SCOT
LAND tltreci. in-r s. . Cohimlila (mall
must be (liiected "per . s. Columbia") : at
1: p. m. (Supplementary 2 p. in.) for
EUROPE, per s. s. Linhiia, via uueens
town. PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steamer
lakes Printed Matter. I 0n11nerrl.1l I'lncr.
,(ii. I S.imidcs forUcrmanv onlv Theanm
class of mall matter for other pans of
i-urope win not la sent by this ship
uiile-s specl.tlly directed by her.
fter the closing of the Supplementary
Triineattantli' Mulls .mmeii ,.... ..1.
di'loiiHl Supplementary Mails are opened
'""f i'i is 01 iiiv jmerican. r;ng:isn.
trench and Gorman rteamers. and renin h
open until within 'i'en Minutes of tba
luur ot sailing of st umer.
Molls for Si. nth and Central America.
West Indies. F.tr.
WEDNKSDAY-At 12 m for YUCATAN.
tier s. h. Daggry. la 1'rogrcso imail must
le directed "per s. s. Daatrv "1.
THURSDAY At K a. 111. tor CUBA. YUCA
TAN.. CAMPECHK. TABASCO and
CHIAPAS, yvr s s. Monterey (mall for
other parts of Mexico must he directed
"per s. s. MoiiUrcy"); at (i:3o p. iu. for
JAMAICA, pef s. s. Admiral Scliley. :rom
FRIDAY At I a. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND direct, per s. s, Rosalind: at 72 m.
for MEXICO, per s. s. Niagara, via Tam
pion 1 ma II most lie directed "per s s.
Niagara"!; at 6 30 p. tn. for BERMUDA,
per eteamei from Halifax; at ll:3u p. m.
for NEWFOUNDLAND, per s. s. Buenos
Ayrean. from l'hilailclnhl..
SATURDAY At 6:30 a. m for BRA'IU per
s, s. itevelius, via Pernantbuco, Rahia and
Rid Janeiro (mall for Northern Hrasll.
Argentine, Urugiyy and Paraguay must
be directed "per V s. Hevellus"); at 8 :W
a. m. for BRAZIL, per s. s. ( atanla. via,
1'ernambuco ami Santos (mall for North
ern Hraill must b directed "nor s s.
Catania";; at a. tn. for PORTO RICO,
CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per s. s.
Caracas (mall for Savanllla and Carta
gena must b directed "per s s. Cara
cas "; at a. m. for PORTO RICO, per
s. s. Pathfinder, v!a Ponce (ordinary mall
only, which must be directed "j.er s. s.
Pathfinder"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplemcntarv
10:30 a. m l for FORTUNE ISLAND, JA
MAICA, 8AVANILLA and CARTAGENA,
per s. s. Altai (mull for Costa Rlcu must
be directed "per s. . Altai"); at 9:30 a. m.
(supplementary 10:30 a. m) for HAITI
and SANTA MARTA. per s. a. Valencia;
at 10 a. m. for Cl.'BA, per s. s. Morro
Citstle. via Havana; at 10 s. m. for
HAITI, per s. s. Prins WMlem V (mail for
Curacao, Venezuela, Trinidad, British and
Dutch Guiana must be directed "per s. s.
l"!n7 WU"ri V"); at 12:30 p. m. for
CUBA, per s. s. Olinda. via Matansas
(ordinary mall only, which must ba
directed "per s. s. Olinda").
Malls for Newfoundland by rail to North
t-uney, ana tnence oy steamer, close
at this office daily at 6.30 p. m. (con
necting close here t-very Mondav,
Wednesday and Saturday). Malls for
Miquelon. by rail lo Boston, ar.d thence
by steamer, close at this office dally at
6:S0 p. m. Ma'ls for Cuba by rail to Port
Tarhps. Kla., and thence by steamer, Uosa
at this office dally except Thursday at
5:30 a. m., (the connecting closes are
made en Mondays, Wednesdays and Sat
urdays). Mails for Mexico City, over
land, unless specially addressed for despatch-
by steamer, close at thl office
dally except Sunday at 1:30 p. m. and
11:30 p. m.; Hunuays at i:vu p in. and
11:30 p. m. Mails for Costa Rica, Bellse,
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. and 11:30 p. m.; Sundays at
1:00 p. m. nnd 11:30 p. m. (connecting
closes here Mondays at 11:30 p. m. for
Bellse, Puerto Cortes and Guatemala and
Tuesdays at I1:80 n. m. for -Costa m. ui ,
; Registered mail closes at 6:09 p. m. pru-
class mtter for the PhHirmlne-Islands.
Malls for .Hawaii, Japan, Cnlna and flrst-
Jia Biwi ianoiaco, close Jifie dally at.
.30 rv m. ui tn aniilpmlu., tlAth .inlifclM. -
I tar- (It'sputcli .her s. s -china, . ,
Mavis . fo C4ilua snd Japan - via . rWttle,:,
! f lo. here (Wily at C.30 p. in., up It tinp- :
temocrv -ikin, inclusive, ior iosai..Q per
t. s. Kagii MnVu. (Registered mail muat
be directed "via Seattle').
Mails for China and Japan, via Ti.coma,
close here dally at 6:80 p. ro. up to Sep
tember lKth, Inclusive, for dispatch per
s. s. Olympia.
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas. Islands.
via can r rancisco, ciose nere aauy at ::si
p. m. up t" September auh. Inclusive, for
despatch ner s. s. Marin. sa.
Malls for Australia (except West Australia.
which is forwarded via Europe). New
Zealand, FIJI. Samoa and Hawaii, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6.30 p. m.
after September 13th and Up to Sentem-
i ber 2rnb. Inclusive, on on arrival ot s. s.
lAicanla, due at New York September
20th. for despatch ner s. s. Ventura.
Malls for Hawaii, China, Japan and first-
class matter for the Philippine Islands.
via San Francisco, close her dally at
6:30 p m. up to September 22d, Inclusive,
for despatch per s. a; Doric
Mafia for the Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6.30 p.
up to September Sotti, Inclusive, for dis
patch per U. 8. Transport.
Malls for Hawaii, via San Francisco, c'.ose
nere aauy at 6:au p. m. up to September
29th, inclusive, for dispatch per s. a. Ala-
Mulls for China and Japan, via Vancouver
. and ' Victoria, B. C, close here daily at
! 6:30- p. -m. up to September Soth, ln
; ciusive, ior oespatcn per s. s. empress or
! India (registered mull must be specially
, addressedT Merchandise for U. S. Postal
Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
Malls for Australia (except West Australia,
wnicn goes via Europe, ana mew Zealand,
which goei: via San Francisco), and Fiji
Islands, via Vancouver and Victoria, II.
C. (specially addressed only), close hero
dally at 6:3o p. m. up to Octol er llth. In
clusive for dispatch per s. s. Moana.
Transpaclflo malls are forwarded 10 port
or sailing aauy and trie scneouie or clos
ing Is arranged on the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mull closes at 6 p. m. previous
CORNEI IUS VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Postoffioe. New York. N. Y.; September 11,
Kioa. . -: , 1 ....
PROPOSALS FOR THREE BRICK
Buildings and Wafer and Sewer Systems
Department of the Interior, Office of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C, Aug. 25. 1902.
Sot, led proposals,- endorsed "Proposals for
Building, etc.. Chamberlain, South Dakota,"
and addressed to the Commissioner1 of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C, will be received -st
the Indian Office until two o'clock p. m. 1
of Thursday, Sept. 15, 11)02, for furnishing
and delivering the necessary materials ana
labor required to construct and complete
one dormitory, one rcboo) house and one :
addition to dormitory, all of brick, with ,
plumbing, acetylene gas piping snd steam
beat. . And. -extensions to . the water snd
sewer systems at the Chamberlain School,
S. D , In strict accordance with plans,
specifications and Instructluna to bidders
which may be examined at this office, the .
offices of the "Improvement Bulletin,"
Minneapolis, Minn.; the "Argus-Leader," .'
Sioux Falls, S. D.; "The Bee." Omaha,
Neb.: the "Inter Ocean," Chicago, III.; the
Builders' and Traders' Exchanges of
Omaha, Neb., and Milwaukee, Wis.; the
Northwestern Manufacturers' Association,
St. Paul, Minn.: the U. 8. Indian Ware
houses at No. 266 80. Canal at., Chicago,
III., No. 119, Wooster St.. New York City,
and No, 817 Howard St., Omaha. Neb., and
at the school. . For further Information
apply to J no. Fllnn, Supt. Indian School,
Chamberlain 8. D. A. C. Tenner, Acting
Ceinmlssioner. - 9td-2-4-4--ll-lS-14-lS-M
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
MASTER. Sheridan. Wyo, Sept. 15, 1902
Sealed proposals In triplicate will be re
reived here until 10 a. in. October 15, 9u2,
for constructing, plumbing, heating, gas
piping and electric wiring two double set
officers' quarters, on double barrack and
one bakery, all brick. Information fur
nished upon application here or at offices of
depot quartermaster. Denver, Omahn and
St. Paul. U 8 reserves right to accept or
reject any r all bids or parts thereof. En
velopes containing proposals should be en
dorsed "Proposals for ," addressed Cap
tain Thos. b'wobe, quartermaster.
-SlodltOlO DM .
bablreusory Pays Oat Cold.
NEW YORK, Sept. IT Ths subtressury
bss been directed to psy lo Goldmau. Bacbs
ft Co. 90 per rent ot the atuouut of gold '
consigned to them front Australia and bow
tt the mint at San Frauclaco. Th aiuouut
of the gold Is sbout 1 000,00.
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