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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1905)
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Fall 'I'm -in September 4, day and night
Business, Shorthand, '1 ypewrlling, iefeg
i.ipiiy, .Normal ui English. All summer
bessions. Catalogue free. Address H. B.
,jyin, Pres.. Boyles Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
CTVWCC Replated. Omaha Plating Co.,
blUVCa ld)X Harney St. Tel.
CITY SAVINGS BANK paya Prt?en,tr
IllV KELLY'S TOWEL, SUPPLY. Tel. 3630.
A NTl-Monopoly Garbage Co., 6a N. lth.
let. IT'.K. B417
CITT 8 T 1 A St
2U B. UtU St.
. K 318
CUT MATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. II. Fliilbln. 15o6 Farnam. 'Phone iS4
ICVC Rubber Stamps and stencils. Nov.
NCIO Mfg. Co., W 8. 12tb St. Tel. 1.14.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of lire escapes, shutters, doors ana
safe. G. Andieen, prop., 103 B. 10th Bt.
THE OMAHA FOUISDKY
iron uu Diass LiouiioB. ov.: jutmon. TeL
BIGN PAINTING. B. ll. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
BAD IRONS replated, 30c; three for owe.
Omana, Plating Co., 1608 Harney. Tel. 263j.
LOCKSMITH a'mn.B"l7 ouui 4th!
IIATELAINE school of languages
FkPNf'W Gfc.lt.UAIs, SPANISH.
1 lLMVjlli,4Vlutu iiidg., loth at Far nam
FURNACE AND lOVK REFAIR8.
During August we examine luiiiav.es, hot
water aim steau. plants frew of cnarge.
v clean, remount and supply all parts,
asbestos plie covering, hot w.ter attach
ments. lsit our luouel repair nuusb, new
location, I2u6-120o Douglas. Tel. 960.
'jiUiuiA Blutb tu.rAlif nu.iKS.
CHICAGO UUIor. 'ladles' and gentlemen's
high clans "Work. lei. 3611. 212si r amain.
It Al9iU Bit
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
STEAM Fi 1 liiNUb FOH SALE
It you want a bargain lit steam hUlngs call
anu Iook over tun iciiowing auiyuu;
1 a-incn Austin horlioniai separator.
l.s-inch AuiUii'i Horizontal separator.
i.4-incn Austin s vertical separator.
i!we have been laaen out uu account of
changes in our steam plant anu aie ia
gooa condition. Address: Bee Uuildlii
Co., or ee W. H. Hi luges, engineer, io,
Blug., Omaha. W 633
FOK SALE, new and second-hand billiard
and pool tables, bar fixtures of all ginus
easy payment, bend tor calaioaco!
Brunawica-Baiae-Coileiider, 4v7 b. lutn at
Omaha. y lii "'
"" s t
COMPLE'IE line new and 2d-uand. furni
ture. Chicago Furniture Co., ltiF bouim.
Tel. 2030. ,
2D-HANJJ safe cheap. Derlght," 1119 Far
1,6J BU ill good runabout automobile guar
anteed in good running order; original
cum &0. Address Out iiaruey Si.
bri EH W1N-WILL1A.MS CO. BEST MlXElJ
PAINT, Sherman McConueli Urug Co.,
uinalia. y 3i4
CHEAP chicken fence, long rir timbers and
telephone poles. tM Louglas. QiUi
PULLKVK AND COL'NJERSHAFTS AT A
20 ru'l''S. from inches to 48 Inches In
diameter; 3 countershafts, complete.
These are all in nrsl-class condition. W
ll. Bridges, engineer. Bee Bldg.
FOR SALE, several scholarships In a first
class standard school In Omana, compris
ing complete course In business, snort
hand and typewriting. Inquire at Be
MILCH COWS' u easy terms. 43d and
. . v ; um
FOR SALE Two life scholarships on
Omaha business . colleges. Addiess
uwigni Williams, uuiatia Bee, Omaha,
Neb. y lizi
FOR SALE, about SO feet ornamental gal
vanised iron cornice and ornamental
Iron posts suitable tor show window. Ap
ply ttuperintendent Bee building.
FL'RNITl'RE FOR SAI.R
Leaving city and will sell ail the furni
ture of seven-room Iiouko, Including rugs, a
line Hamilton piano, oany carriage, etc.
FOR BALE At once, 100 school desks and
tables, rive bank counters, oak, and other
lurniture. umana commercial College,
17lh and Douglas Sts. y M61S 36
FOR BALE CHEAP A second-hand paper
cutter. Would be serviceable for job
printer, randy maker or grocer. Address
nv Bee omce. y Mtil Zx
ITBL1C SALE of household goods, includ
ing bed room suits, mattresses, sonnies
single bed folding couch, portieres, book
esses, nan stanu, carpets, rugs, sideboard,
dining tables, stands, set dining chairs,
rockers, cots, almost new I hi so burner
lieatlng Stove, gas range, dishes, cooking
niensuH, rei riKtu-aior, lawn mowers, not-,
washing machine, wringer, tubs, etc.
Tuesday, August ZS. 10 o'clock, a.m.. at
3711 North l'JIll St., near Manderson St.,
sal without reserve to highest bidders;
parties quitting nousexeeping. y Ms zt
IT)R SALE locomobile steam Btanhnne
last year's machine, with new tires. Will
sold at a bargain. Address 21t car
B0. J M X
LOST AND FOUND
I AjflT Lady's gold watch near '28th and
link Sts. 16.00 reward if returned to Pru.
dantial Life Insurance office, 214 N. Y. Life
Bldg. Lost M5M 27x
LOST A ring of keys, on Manderson be
tweeq 24th and 2ulh. Return to 44 Be
Bldg. and receive reward. IOst tioa 36
LOST Evening of Aug". 22, between Boyd's
theater and Myers-Dillon's, small clasp
pin. ietters I, i. t . newara it re-
lost jumvj 2.x
pallst-M ME DUDDH A Clairvoyant
,lcated over m a. join, upstairs, rte
SUlttut irun;iiuit suaimiiwwu. a j
J, WONDERFUL TRIAL READING
tjeiid dime, stamped envelope, own writing,
l,Ji Hi xiate, lr. J. lister, arawer 3. bt.
Louis, Mo., and receive a
WONDLRFL'L TRANCE READING
, GOLDMAN Pleating Co., 200 Douglas Bile
IN FAMILIES, Miss Sturdy. 'Phone A27t.
MKfl. R. A. KEIJ.ER, 111 N. loth, 'phone
Joil, will make special reductions for the
next lo days In the making of nw "thr.
4o suit." Flxsl-claa work guaranteod.
WANTED MALE HELP
OMAHA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Opens September 4 In ' building.
Nineteenth and Farnam. All business
branches. Shorthand. Typewriting, Tele
graphy, Pen Art, Cartooning. Night scho il
starts now. Write for catalogue. Address
WANTED-FOR L. 8. ARMT. abte-bodled
unmarried men, between ages of 21 and
36, citizens or tnlted States, of good
(fharacter and temperate habits, who
read and speak Englisn. For further In
formation apply to Recruiting Officer,
13th and Douklas sts., Omaha; Lincoln.
Neb., or Bloux Cltv. la. B 7
Are you capable of filling a position of
Can you fill a clerical, technical or execu
If so call or write for list of vacancies.
W ESTERN KEF & BOND ASS N, INC.,
840-S41-M2 N. Y. Ufe Bldg.
IF YOU are in need of a position call and
have a "heart-to-heart" talk with HART,
THE EXPERT, 401 N. Y. Life. B-438
THREE men of good appearance; steady
employment, C. F. Adams Co., ISIS Howard
WANTED Men and boys to learn plumb
ing trade. Cannot supply demand for
giaduates; J to J6 per day. Many com
plete course In two months. Graduates
admitted to anion and Master Plumbers'
association. Send for free catalogue.
Coyne Bros. Co. Plumbing Bchools, New
York City, Cincinnati, O., St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED Men with teama; steady work.
Apply at Johnson Bros.' Transfer Co., 1106
Farnam. B Ms"
DRUG stores bought and sold. Drug clerka
wanted. F. V. Knlest. S3 N. Y. L.
WANTED Carpenters. Address, Claus
Siange, contractor, Yulan, Neb.
B M260 27x
THREE bright, active men capable of
earning 36 weekly for traveling position.
Apply after 10 a. in. and 4 p. m. Manager,
b'M Ware block. B MJw
WANTED General agent for Nebraska
and Iowa, drugglHt preferred; will make
a good contract with right party; fciuO
required. Address 2U, Bee.
B MGll S12x
WANTED-Two gentlemen of good address
for special organization work in city anu
cuunir). Call second lloor Ware Block.
. B Mti3t 27
WANTED Two specialty salesmen. Call
second floor Ware Block. B M37 27
WANTED Rldinx saddle makers on stock
saddles. Also hand stampers, steady
work for the right parties. Come at once
or address Marshall-Wells Hardware Co.,
Duluth, Minn. ' B M0b9 SS
WANTED Men, everywhere; good pay; to
illHtrlbule circulars, adv. matter, taca
signs, etc.; no canvassing. Address Na
tional Advertising Co.,' lou Oakland Bank
Bldg., Chicago, 111. . B M067 27x
STCDKJNTS wanted. Expert shorthand.
touch typewriting, oooKKeeping, teacners
prepared to pass examinations. Write C.
Cook, Box 197, St. Paul, Minn.
B M6ti6 27x
WANTED A shoemaker at once, for re
pair work. Address iheo. iticnnng,
Spalding, Neb. B M(W2 28x
WANTED ldy or young man printer for
country omce. state experience, wages,
references. Address 218, Bee.
B M67T 2SX
WANTED FEMALE HELP
SO working girls. Canadian office, 16th and
oodge J 33
60 GIRLS Experience not necessary; work
rooms cool, wen ventnatea. Bemis umana
Bag Co. C M190
WANTED Girl to do ordinary house work.
J5.00 per week. 73s uavenport. 'take
Dundee car. C 23
WANTED Competent nurse girl; small
family, mi s. 3Jin Ave. c 643
WANTED First-class bookbinders and
girls for folding. A. I. Root, Inc., 1210
Howard St. . C 671 "
GOOD home for refined high school girl.
age is years; wining to work. Phone
Ash-62551. U 668 2ax -
WANTED A cook at 102 N. 18th.
WANTED Experienced second girl. Mrs.
w lineim, corner jsm Ave. and Farnam.
WANTED Experienced cloak and suit
Balesladles; good salary to right parties;
none but experienced persons need
answer. Address No. 210. C M615
GIRLS wanted, Bluff City Laundry, Coun
cil Blurts. C Mfi22
GOOD girl for general housework, must
be neut and clean; o per week. 1:112
Park Ave. C 629
GOOD girl for general housework; small
family; no washing; 15 per week. 102
So. 3tt h. C 631
WANTED Girl for general housework;
small family; good wages. Call 290ti Dodge.
WANTED Good cook at 3620 Farnam St.;
good wages. c MM5 28x
WANTED Experienced cloak and suit
salesladies: also sewing women. Apply at
Cloak Dept., Ha yden Bros. c to JJ
To sell our 5-plece set of Bohemian Sard'
tary Cooking Vessels to Consumers.
The greatest money-making proposition
ever oflered to a canvasser.
One Agent made over 12,400 In less than
Another party took forty orders in one
If you mean business, send zoo to cover
postage on complete canvassing outfit with
which to begin worn.
THE J. W. M COY POTTERY CO.,
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED One double and one single room.
with board, by three gentlemen; must be
In strictly private family; give rates ana
location. Address 212. Bee. iv mow zix
WANTED Bv young- couple, modern fur-
jilshed house for winter, no cniiuren,
best of care, bent of references. Box 217,
care of Bee. iv Mf7 ZX
MORAND'B classes for adults,' 16th and
' Harney, reopens on Friday. September
1, 8 p. m. Buy your ticket on or before
opening night and save 1200 from reg
ular price. Open all day. Students from
tne colleges ana nign scnooi pupus nan
price. Tel. 1041. M-62 31
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow
Church Co., main fl.. N. Y. Life. Phone 113.
i. M. Macfarland. 804 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. 1651
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
WILL sacrifice new style high grade blks
surrey and runabout, with wire wheels,
ball bearings and cushion tires. A big
snap for someone. Johnson A Danforth,
b w. cor lotn and .mnes Bis. f ono
H. A. BTl'RGES, registered attorney; pat
enta, trade marks copyrights; no fee un
Jess successful. 617 N. Y. Life. Omaha.
EDWARD NORMAN KENT, teacher ot
1 no Art ot bulging." Vocal studio.
vviibneii Duiidlng. lilh and Harney.
PDINTIMP. WEMORTAL CARDS; ar-
i iuiiiiij iianc assigns, a. t. t-0r
LYNGSTAD l au c...
Yousr Want Ad H
Bee Want Ads
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
BOYD'S THEATER BUILDING,
WILL BEGIN FALL TERM
MONDAY, SEPT. 4TH, 190
Call and get full particulars.
ROYAL HOTEL. European, 16th Ac Chicago.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th Farna n.
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
ROOMS and good board, 15 per week and
In 'nil IT, . -1. I c, C 1M
" -ai, juii .iiici&SO Ck. -
11 00 to 12.00 per week. 422 8. 18th St., on
uiock soutn or court nouse.
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
LARGE room, with alcove, for two gentle
men. Modern. 116 No. 25th. E 2W S3x
PARLOR and alcove on first floor, east
front; large room on second floor; one
on third floor. 220 N. lflth. Tel. Red-l!i.
E M064 28 X
FURNISHED rooms; housekeeping If de-
sirea. boi bo. I3tn. Phone 5.
E MC73 27x
SLEEPING rooms; bath; also S rooms;
housekeeping; first floor. Inquire 1 1 12
Jackson Bt. E M672 2Sx
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
oroaa verandas, ample lawns, stately
trees, rustic seats; home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 365
FURNISHED rooms, modern; first-class
ooara; close in. uu "4. linn. r jubii ui
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
S ROOMS, modern, no children. 2ft8 Cass.
F M4M) 31)
SUITES of rooms, also single rooms with
board, can be had at 1044 So. 29th St.. be
tween now and Sept. 1. 'Phone 2VD1.
F 632 27
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney St., nicely fur-
nlshed rooms, with good board; rates rea
sonable. F 490 SloX
FIRST CLASS, cool, pleasant, modern
rooms and board by day, week or month
at very reasonable prices; home cook
ing; can now accommodate five more.
Call at 1714 Douglas St. F MG74 2XX
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
THREE unfurnlshd rooms for rent for
housekeeping. No children, heat and light
furnished. 2408 Cass. G 663
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and basement. 1003 Far
nam; elevator. 814 First Nat 1 Bank Bldg.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small omce, wnicn rents lor no.oo per
month. Price Includes heat, light, water
and Janitor service. It la located on the
fourth floor of The Bee building and 1.
just the thing for any one wanting a nice
little office in the best office building in
town. R. C. Peters & Co., rental agents,
ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1771
BUILDING, 916 FAR
This hulldina Is 22x85 feet, four stories
and basement. The basement Is 22x132
leet, is cemented. The celling over the
basement has a ones, vault ana iron beam
construction, making the basement fire
proof. The first noor nas a marble floor in
front and granolithic, floor In rear. There
i a larire burislar-proof vault and a power
elevator. The upper floors have windows
on tnree sides.
Address rne Bee Buuaing tjo., rj. C.
Rosewater, Secretary, room loO Be Bldg.
IF you apply at once we can give any on
desiring a large oiucts apace almost any
arrangement they desire. This space la
on the sixth floor of The Bee Dullding,
with north light. R. C. Peters & Co.,
rental agents, ground floor. Be Bldg.
FOR RENT Corner storeroom, formerly
occupied as drug atore for 20 years. i02
N. 16th st. I M668 2Sx
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Is loaned on furniture, pianos, llv
stock and to salaried people upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
rates are as low as any, our service
Is quick and quiet and we never
charge fof making papers or notary
fees. We want yuuf business If you
ever borrow money.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
304 So. 16th St., Tel. 2296.
Ill Board of Trade Bldg.
WHERE You get it on
Furniture, Pianos, Horses.
Wagons. Cows, Salaries, etc.,
WHERE You get It ou short notice.
WHERE You get low rales and easy ,
WHERE Confidential and courteous
dealings bring you Dack.
WHERE Can you do better ?
PHOENIX, CREU1T CO..
Top floor. 633 PAXTON BLK.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
- . . . . -f C 1 , O A V ' f" I 1 VT Ll L' v .
iJATI CV-1 i W. 11 J
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
i ...... i ' 1 ' 4 ITiirriani Kt V . i ,
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accomodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, horses, cows, plain note If
steadily employed. 703 N. Y. Lit.
MONEY loaned on furniture, . salary,
horses, etc.; half usual rates. Dr.' Prib be-
now, room il. at ar a. utia bt. Tel. Bj4.
MONEY loaned on salary, furniture, Jew
elry, horse. Duff Green Loan Co., 1
Barker Blk. X-410
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc C. F. Reed. 318 8 13.
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; easy payments. Offices
In 63 principal cities. Tolman, room 714,
New York Lit Bldg. X 408
W have money to loan at a reasonable
rat on diamonds, pianos, household
furniture or other good chattel securi
ties to parties whose position In life re
quire tiiat such transactions be made
end hld In strict confidence. Union Loan
and Investment Co.. 212 Be. Tel. 290.
IF YOU do i.ot And what you want In this
column, put an ad In and you will soon
get It- Z-fc3
240-ACRE farm, well Improved, 1 miles
northeast of Spalding, Neb.; want to
ttade for residence or business property
In Omsha. Price, 116 per acre. Address
T. 11. Pearson, box 40, gpaldlng. Neb.
do the business A trial
FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE
W. H. THOMAS
Loans Money on
Loans for Building Purposes
" " Farm Loans .
W. H. THOMAS
First National Bank Building.
THK MIDLAND GUARANTKE & TRUST
COMPANY'S abstracts of title are the
best. Our customers are protected by a
llu.000 surety bond against loss by error.
When you buy or sell real estate, demand
a "Midland" abstract. 1G14 Farnam St.,
N. Y. Life Bldg. N. P. DODGE. JR,
PRESIDENT. RE M523
FOR SALE Beautiful 12-room home near
West 40th St. Address 120, care Bee.
C,JAS- Williamson Co.11- sl8f fc"
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail
BURGESS -GRANDEN CO.,
F. M. RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.,
113 Bouth 16l.il St. Telephoni 6SL
BY OWNER Good lot, 31x126, convenient
to car line and within easy walking dis
tance ef post office; desirable neighbor
hood. Price, 1476. Address 214 Bee.
KE 651 27x
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. R., Omaha. Neb.. Dept. "A."
132x132 leet (corner), In wholesale district;
can sell very cheap.
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg. RE 218
WRITE for illustrated pamphlet describ
ing two ranches in the corn and alfalfa
belt. Willis Cudwell,. Broken Bow, Neb.
DO IT NOW Got a fine lot In WeBt Far
nam district tor a home. Address 167 Be.
FOR SALE A good butcher shop In town
of 400 Inhabitants. A new residence and
barn go with It. This Is a snap and you
better look It up at once. Address C. M.
Rowland, Agent, Avoca, Neb.
R. EM584 27x
Spe cial Sale ot Choice. Lots
Party obliged to raise some ready money
lias authorized us to offer for sale sev
eral fine residence lots in the cream of the
West Farnam district for about two
thirds their actual value. If Interested
call and see us ot telephone 1169.
Hicks- Real Estate Co., Board of Trade
Bldg. i .-V . RE M668 26x
FOR SALE OnttVof ; the best homes in
Hanscom Placft ."jluft-large rooms. Mod-;
em. Ixit, 60x150. Nice lawn; fine trees.
Just north of the park. SEE US QUICK.
M. .J. KEJ1SARD At CO.,
310 Brown Block.
FOR RENT HOUSES
HfillF1'1 Parts or the city. B,
IIOUOUJ. Peusr oi Co., Be Bldg.
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co. pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse
1120-24 N. 19th. Ollice, laUVi Farnam.
Tel 1559. D 367
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. 1496. OHlce. 1713 Webster SL
Uf"Yi lQPI,n all Parts of the city. The
nUUJtOo. F. Davis Co., 608 Beo Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance, Ringwalt, Barker Blk.
FOR RENT 7-room house, all modern;
choice neighborhood, 2123 California SL,
130. Apply at 6o7 N. 19th St. D M430
FOR RENT Nice ten-room house; all mod
ern; close to business and good neighbor
hood; possession Aug. 1. 531 B. 26tn Ave.
Inquire 119 S. 26th bl. Kent reasonable.
ROOMS, bouses, stores. Tlcard, 220 N. 23d.
FOR RENT 10-roorn modern house, 919
and 2921 Mason bt. Inquire F. P. Klrksn
dall & Co., 1118 Harney St. D 511
Piano moving; lowest rates for reliubl
service. Tel. 1626, Bchmoller at Mueller.
2614 St. Mary's Ave., modern; 140.
TO LET Flve-.'oom strictly modern, steam
healed apartment. In the Hamilton apart
ments, 24th and Farnam Sts. W. Fa i nam
Smith & Co., agents. 1320 Farnam St.
FURNISHED hoiiso for rent, September
and October; all modern; near "The Wi
nona;" references required. .Address Box
145, care Bee. D 267 26X
SEPT. 18 rooms and bath, hot water heat,
steeel range; owner pays water rent; first
class tenant may apply; rent, 130. 812
North 33d. Inquire in rear.
D M348 27x
7-ROOM house, modern. 1314 So. 27th.
D 62X 26
TEN-R. house, modern, 130; 8-R., 123; 11-R.,
Ito; 11-R., 15. Anson & Co., 4 Paxton
Block. , D M639 27x
MODERN brick residence, West Farnam
Ten-room modern brick house, 20th and
Hurdette Sts 20
Modern 7-room flat. S. 16th St 20
. THOMAS BRENNAN, R. 1, N. Y. Life.
145, S128 Chicago St., 8 rooms, modern, large
Uirn, fine yard; 1:15, 514 S. 22d St., 9 rooms;
114, 2439 Einmei St., 7 rooms. Ringwalt,
i 8. 15th St. D-Miii0 27
FOR SALE FARMS
17-ACRE FRUIT FARM
4Vb MILES from post office, high, rolling
land, only mile, from the macadam
road, which runs west on Center, only
mllu from tho southwest corner of
Llmwood park. A l's-stiry house, with
four large rooms, could lie made six
rooms; corn crib, buggy shed and other
outbiuldings. 1 aire in fruit, H acres
in alfalfa, balance In a high state of culti
vation, not one foot but what could be
cultivated Tills farm has a frontage of
' of a mile on a main traveled road be
tween Center nnd Dodge streets. This
land could easily be divided Into several
small tracts, all having a hue road front
age. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY
First floor N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1781.'
FIFTY good Improved farms from 160 to S44
acres in Boone and Nance counties. Neb.
Favorable terms. For particulars call on
or write to GEORGE St CO.. 16"1 Farnam
Bt.. Omaha. -M4S4 A-".
HESS 8WOBODA, 1416 Farnam.
L. HkNDtSON. 1611 aruam. Tel. 1261.
The Bee will reach a
Ler class, of readers
more of them.
fRY KELLEY'S LAUNDRY. 'PHONJE.-
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium. f;'8 First Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
PHONE 7ni and a mnn will call and tune
your piano. 12. Perfield Piano C o.. 1M1
Farnam. U 391
MAfiNPTirtrMtment baths Mine.
mAUiN fc 1 lL.amith. 118 N. 16. 2d fl . r 2.
X J 3'w
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 8. 13th.
ACCORDION nd SUNBURST
PLHATING, RUCHING, BUTTONS
fiend for price list and samples.
THK GOLDMAN PLbAllNG CO
200 DOUGLAS BLOCK. t"-
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rates for reliable service. Tel. it-o.
Bchmoller & Mueller, piano makcM.
LARSON A JOHNSON-Cut rates to all
points. 1406 Farnam. Tel. 1935. Member
American Ticket Brokers' associa lloiv
Pianos delivered at once, 11. 00 weekly. A"
music lessons free. JOIN NOW. Brf)eld
Piano Co., 1611 Farnam 8t. U;-62
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; in fart, anything you do not upm,
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. inn
Bt., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4135 and wagon will call.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Garden,
2216 Charles. Tel.' 6311. U 9tt
WE RENT sewing machines, 76c week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machines, 15 to 110. Neb. Cycle Co..
Tel. 1663, Cor. 16th and Harney. U 397
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Blk.
DR. JACKSON, specialist In chronic dis
eases, 418 N. Y. Life Bldg. Consultation
free. . U-399
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 3, 1506 Farnam.
WANTED To know, the address of a Mrs.
Reed, a widow woman, who employed on
her farm In Nebraska a William York,
who had been a soldier in the Mexican
and civil wars and lost his wife in Ne
braska, or address of Mrs. Reed's chil
dren; also address of Mr. Earl, a brother-in-law
of William York. Any Information
will be rewarded. Catherine York, Mingo,
Iowa. Box 106. U M638 26x
FOR Women Only Dr. Raymond's Pills, for
delayed periods, absolutely reliable, per
fectly safe; no danger, no pain, no Inter
ference with work; relief brought to thou
sands after everything else failed; highly
recommended by all that have used them.
By mail, 12. Dr. G. G. Raymond Remedy
Co. room 35, 84 Adams Bt., Chicago, 111.
DR. PRIES treats successfully ail diseases
and irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp. Dr. Pries, 1611 H Dodge St.,
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dies; never falls; 12 postpaid. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 403
DRUNKENNESS AND DRUG HABITS
CURED to stay cured in the shortest length
of time under a positive guarantee, tor
full particulars write the
Ensor Remedy Co., South Omaha, Neb.
Incorporated in 1892.
RUPTURE CURED No knife no Injec
tions; call or writ for booklet. Quick
Cure Rupture Co., 611 W. O. W. Bldg,
IF YOU wish to buy or sell a business or
real estate, consult U. S. Sales Bureau,
634 and 636 Bee Bldg. Y 344
IF YOU want to buy, sell, rent or exchange
real estate or business QUICK see Conip-ton-Watt
Co., 536 Paxton Blk. Y 36
PARTY owning a large and rapidly growing
business of 20 years standing in this city
desires to place some of his stock on guar
antee of 7 per cent dividend per annum,
payable semi-annually. Address 109 Bee.
13-ROOM boarding house for sale; desirable
location. Address 130, care Bee.
DENTAL OFFICE and fixtures for sale or
rent before September 1; established prac
tice. Address Dr. B. W. Fisher, Chlcka
sha. I. T. Y-281 27x
WE have run two of the most successful
general siores in southeastern Neb. for
several years, with stocks staple, clean
and well kept In fact, the largest stores
and sales In cither town, with liberal
profits. After a recent Bickness of 90
days and other business plans, we will
sell either or both stores for cash, or
not over cash, bal. clear Neb. land.
Stocks will Invoice about 112,000 eaoh.
These are safe, well paying investments
for live business man. Address 136, Bee.
BOARDING house at a bargain, 13 rooms,
close in. Owner leaving city. 611 N. ISth.
FOR SALE Stock, hardware and Imple
ments, trade established. Also residence
In good town, best of territory, N. E.
Nebraska. Investment about 16,000. Ad
dress 2o4 Bee. Y M588 31
FOR SALE One fine S-chalr barber shop,
two fine bath rooms; a good business;
prices 15c and up. Address J. A.-Palmer,
317 W. 17th St., Cheyenne, Wyo.
A 13.000 stock of general merchandise and
fixtures for sale for 11, ZOO if taken at once.
Doing good business. John Calsen,
Washta, la. Y M618 30
WANTED At once, a practical business
man with 13.000 to 15.000 to take an Inter
est in a Urge manufacturing and whole
sale hustneis; extra large prolit; our
goods In great demand; party to locate In
Omaha or Minneapolis. 2o7 care Bee.
Y 605 26
FOR SALE OR RENT Only newspaper In
one of tho best small towns of Nebraska;
n good thing for a good man. Address 213,
Be. Y M646 27
I offer for sale a few hundred shares of
the preferred slock Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway & Bridge. Co. (payment of
dividends on same being provided for by
the present Omaha & Council Bluffs Street
Railway Co.) ut a price now yielding about
6 per cent net, and after next AuKiist
yielding over 6 per cent net, and payable
quarterly. &nouui a present purchaser de
sire at some future date to sell his shares,
It is almost certain that he would realize
a handsome pnitit bv the Increase, in market
value. Negotiations confidential.
W. V. Morse.
Nebraska National Bank Building,' Cor.
Twelfth and Farnam Streets.
FOR SALE A nice clean up-to-date stock
of g"neral merchandise. This is a tine
stock, well located and a good business.
Two railroads. Population, 9M. Invoice,
,00. No trades. White & Cook, owners,
Lyons. Neb. Y M4S1 28
oiinon Institute. 615 N.Y. Life bldg. Tel. 1664
MRS JOHN R. MUSICK.. Osteopathy Phy.
tciau; olf.ee. Neville Blk. Tel. 2 .
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
W A NTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4k Co., U20 amain St.
MONEY TO IJOAX Payne Investment Co.
GARVIN BROS., 104 Farnam. Cltr loan
at lowest rates; no delay; get our terms.
LOWEST rates, city property; ( P. C. on
farms In eastern Neb. Remix, Paxton Plk.
W - 37ll
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Block.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 163) Douglas.
tl.OOn.ono TO LOAN on business and rel.
dence property in Omaha. Lowest rates No
delay. Thomas Breniian, R. L N. Y. Life.
WANTED City loans. R, C. Peters & Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rate!:. XV. ll.
Thomas, 1st Nat 1 Bank Bldg. Tel. 14
LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with: can pav It back In monthly
payments. Hastings & Heyden, l1 Far
nam Bt W 378
PROPOSALS FOR STONE COTTAGE,
boilers, feed waler heater, horses or mini s,
building materials, plumbing supplies, etc.,
Department of the Interior, Office of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C, August 2. lvin.
Healed proposals indorsed "Proposals lor
Cottage. Chllocco, okla". and addressed to
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington, D. C, will be received at the Indian
office until 2 o'clock p. m of Thursday.
August 31, 19ii5, for furnishing and deliver
ing all the materials and labor required to
to construct and complete a stone cottage,
with plumbing, steam heat and electric
light, at the Chllocco School, Okla., in
strict accordance with the plans, specifi
cations and Instruction to bidders, which
may be examined at this office, the offices
of the "Traveler," Arkansas City. Kan.;
"Journal," Kansas Cltv. Mo.: "Globe-Dem
ocrat," St. Louis, Mo.; "B-e," Omaha, Neb.;
improvement liulleun, Minneapolis,
Minn.; "American Contractor," Chicago,
111.; the Builders' and Traders' Exchanges
at Omaha, Neb.; fit. Paul, Minn.; Minneap
olis, Minn.; the Northwestern Manu
facturer's association, St. Paul. Minn.; the
United States Indian warhouses at M5
Howard street., Omaha, Neb.; 602 South
Seventh street, St. Louis. Mo. and at the
School. Sealed proposals endorsed. "Propo
sals for Boilers, Building Materials, etc.",
as tho case may be, and addressed to S. M.
McCowan Chllocco, Okla., will be received
at the Indian School until 2 o'clock p. m,
of Thursday, August 31, )05. for furnishing
and delivering, as required during the fiscal
year ending June 3o, 19u6, 14 horses or mules,
on 200-horse power boiler, one 60-horse
power boiler, tr.o 450 horse-power feed
water heater, about 70.000 feet of
lumber, 101 doors, windows and transoms,
696 sacks wall finish. 16 squares steel cell
ing, 61 barrels lime, 1,494 sacks cement, 146
cubic yards sand, 228 cubic feet stone foun
dation, 86,000 shingles, 30.000 lath, 696 posts,
220 rods wire fencing, 2,8o0 feet pipe, besides
tees. Manges, valves, builders' hardware,
electric light wire, 1,400 feet radiation, etc.,
as per list and specifications obtainable at
the school. Bidders are requested to state
specifically the price of each article to be
offered under contract, all articles so offered
to be subject to rigid Inspection. The right
Is reserved to reject any and all bids, or
any part of any bid, If deemed for the best
Interest of the service. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check or draft
upon some United States depository or solv
ent national bank, made payable to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at
least five per cent of the amount of the
proposal, said cherk or draft to be for
feited to the United States in case a bidder
receiving an award shall fall to execute
promptly a satisfactory contract in accord
ance with his bid; otherwise, to be returned
to the bidder. Bids accompanied by cash
In lieu of certified check will not be con
sldeied. For further Information, apply to
S. M. McCowan, Superlntedent, Chllocco,
(ik!a. C. F. Larrabee, Acting Commis
sioner. A 8-10-12-15-17-19-22-24-26.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MATER
lals, etc. U. S. Indian Bchool, Genoa, Ne
braska, August 14, 19o6. Sealed proposals,
endorsed, "Proposals for Building Mater
ials, etc.," and addressed to the under
signed at Genoa, Neb., will be received at
tho Indian school until 2 o'clock, p. m., of
September 6, 1905, for furnishing and de
livering at the school as required during
the fiscal year ending June 30. 1900, 48.600
feet of lumber, 12,000 lath, 185 barrels lime,,
62 barrels cement, 127 yards sand, 13 bar
rels plaster paris, 9,000 brick, 52 squares
steel ceiling, besides a quantity of paints,
plumbing supplies, etc., as per list and
specifications obtainable at the school. Bid
ders will state specifically In their bids the
prlc of each article to be offered under
contract. All articles so offered will be
subject to rigid Inspection. The right Is
reserved to reject any or a!! bids or any
part of any bid if deemed for the best in
terests of tho service. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check or draft
upon some United States depository or sol
vent national bank, made payable to the
order of the Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs, for at least 6 per cent of the amount
of the proposal, said check or draft to be
forfeited to the United States In case a bid
der receiving an award shall fall to execute
promptly a satisfactory contract In ac
cordance with his bid; otherwise to be re
turned to bidder. Bids accompanied by
cash in lieu of certified check or draft, will
not be considered. For further Information
apply to Wm. H. Winslow, superintendent,
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MATERI
als, plumbing supplies, etc., United States
Indian School, Pierre, South Dakota, August
15, 1906. Sealed proposals, endorsed "Pro
posals for building materials, etc., and ad
dressed to the undersigned at Pierre, S.
D., will be received at the Indian school
until 2 o'clock p. in. of September 8, 1905,
for furnishing and delivering at the school
as required during the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1906, a heater, tank, fourteen ring
baths, three closets, five tubs, six sinks,
besides a quantity of paint, tees, valves,
oil, etc., also thirty-eight doors and win
dows, ten barrels cement, twenty-five bar
rels lime, 6,200 feet of lumber, 1.600 square
feet of cement flooring, 20.000 brick, one
niortlser, saw table, scroll saw, vises, ham
mers, planes, bits, gauges, etc., etc., as per
list and specifications obtainable at the
school. Bidders must state specifically In
their bids the price of each article to be
offered under contract. All articles so
offered will be subjfet to rigid Inspection.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
bids, or any part of any bid, if deemed
for the best Interests of the service. Each
-bid must be accompanied by a certified
check or draft upon some United States
depository or solvent National bank, mado
pavable to the order of the commissioner
of Indian affairs, for at least 6 per cent
of the amount of the proposal, said check
of draft to be forfeited to the United
Suites In case the bidder receiving an
award shall fall to execute promptly a
satisfactory contract In accordance with
the terms of his bid; otherwise to be re
turned to bidder. Rids accompanied by
cash In lieu of certified check or draft will
not be considered. For further Information
apply to J. C. Levengood, Superintendent,
Pierre, South Dakota.
PROPOSAL FOR BUILDINGS. De
partment of the Interior, Office of Indian
Affairs, Washington. D. C, August 21, )9"S.
sealed proposal, endorsed "Proposal for
Office Buildings, Pine Ridge and Cheyenne
River Agencies, S. D ." and addressed lo
the commissioner of Indian affairs, Wash
ington. D. '., will be received at the In
dian olflce until 2 o'clock p. m. of Septem
ber 28, I!i6, for furnishing materials and
lalior required to construct and complete an
agency office building at Pine Ridge Agency.
8 D.. and at Cheyenne River Agency, fl.
D.. In strict accordance with the plans,
specifications and instructions to bidders,
which may be examined at this office, the
offices of the "Improvement Buletln."
Minneapolis, Minn.; the "Bee." Omaha,
Neb ; the "Nebraska State Journal," Lin
coln. Neb.; the "Argus-Iader." Sioux
Falls fl. 1).; at the U. 8. Indian warehouses.
'65 South Canal street, Chicago, 111 ; 119
Woostei street, New York City; 602 South
Seventh street, St. I.ouis, Mo.; 815 Howard
street, Omaha. Neb., and 23 Washington
street. San Francisco, Cal.; the Builders and
Traders' exchanges at Minneapolis. Minn.;
St Paul. Minn.: Milwaukee. WIh ; Omaha.
Neb Duluth. Minn., and l argo. S. D. ; the.
Northwestern Manufacturers' association.
St Paul. Minn., and at the agencies. tut
further Information apply to John K.
Brennan. U. S Indian Agent, Pine Rmge.
8 D. and to Ira A. Hatch. U. S. Indian
Agent. Cheyenne Agency, ft. D. C. F.
Larrabee, Acting Commissioner.
Office. Omaha. Neb.. August 26, 19i.
Scaled proposals, in triplicate, subject to
the usual conditions, will be received here
until 10 o'clock a. in., central standard time.
Septernlier 11. i'. for construction of
porches at Fort Crook. Nebraska. Full in
formation furnished on application to this
office, where plans and specifications may
be seen, proposals to lie marked "Propos
als for Construction of Porches at Fort
Crook, Neb.," and addressed to Major M.
Gry Zallnskl. Constructing Quartermaster,
Army Building, Omaha. Nebraska.
PROPOSALS FoH HKK.F AND MUTTON '
office of Chief -omtnlraary, Omaha.'
Neb , August 26. liv..- Sealed proposals n
triplicate, will be re.-elwl here until' U
0 lock m crntral standard time, tv-p-temlMT
15. lf.. snd tl.en pilMtrlr npen.',l
for furnishing such fresh beef and mutton
as may be required bv the Subsistence le.
Pjirtment, United State, Army, at Fort
omaha, Neb. dming the three months
commencing October 1. 15H'. PHulHNAII
w '!'';, A'-s" UK RECUVF.D STATING
J'RK'E AT Willi H H1DDKR WILL I F
LIVER FRESH HF.V.F o( MUTT. N OF
1 KNI I'F.It ATI UK Nor .-.HEATER THAN
... DEGHEF.S FA H REN 1 1 KIT Inf'.rma
tlon furnished on application here. United
States res-rvrs the right to reject anv or
all proposals, or any part thereof Erivel-'I-s
should be marked 'Proposals for
Iresh Reef and Mutton." nnd addressed to
undersigned. T. R. Hacker. Captain. Com
missary. ( hlefCommlssary. Aun2f-2S-28-29
I.KCi 41. MI I K K.
(-inn mi ui nerat Honda and
inuisirillnl llOlltlA ol 111, .-llv- .., S3..
Oo.ai.a. jseoraska. ' ul"
....i. 0'.0'1""- 1U Ho.ND BUYERS,
ornth Or liir. tin t i.e:u.v ani'Tii
r-civACl-i. A ALtiL8r to,
A. L.. IX
Seined nius adressed to the Undersigned,
mi Plainly mai sert I'mnosals u.,a.
Wnl ou leceuea until s o con s. p. m. ,q j,,.,,.
teinlHr inn, nx, st the ollue of the Cuy
CierK, Souin oinaiia, Neluaaaa.
r tne purcnase oi toe loilowlng de
sciiiad issues ot "General bonds, and
' midsection Bonds," so onVred lor sale,
the same being general obligation of in
Mrst Sixty thousand tirtO.OoO) dollars
of general bonds to be issued for tne
purpose ol paying for the improvements in
improvement District No. G, Paving Dis
trict No. 21 of said city, these lioi.us to be
numbered irom one () to one honored and
twenty U20). inclusiM'.
Second i wenty thousand tl:o,0O) dollars
of ' Intersection Bonds, ' lor the purpose
of paying lor the Intel sections anu oilier
Improvements In Improvement Disirict No.
"G ' of said Paving District No. M ot said
city, these ponds to be numbered from one
ID to forty (4oi, Inclusive.
The above insuo ol bonds shall be, of th
denomination ot five hundred (liiOO) dol
lars eacn, dated September L 1'J.a, and
shall become due and payable In twenty 2o
years alter uaie, units sooner imleciuM
under the reserved option, interest at four
and one-half t4V per cent) per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, Sepiemoer
and March 1, of each year, the several
lnslallmeii8 of Interest to be evidenced by
coupons attached to said bonds, bo lulu and
coupons payable at the Fiscal Agency of tilt
Slate of Nebraska, City of New York.
The above bonds are Issued by the city
for the purpose of paying for tne paving,
curbing intersections and other improve
ments in Improvement District No. "G,"
Paving District No. 21 of said city, under
constitutional tund Sharter provisions,
wherein the faith and credit of the city
are firmly bound, and all of the real and
personal property and its taxing and rev
enue powers are Irrevocably pledged for
the prompt pajmcnt of the bonds and In
terest thereof semi-annually, and at mat
urity thereof. Also that the total Indebt
edness of the city, lnoludtug this Issue of
bonds, has not exceeded the constitutional
and statutory limit, and that an annual tax
and other taxes and assessments lo pay
principal and Interest as the same respec
tively falls due, shall be mado.
Each bidder shall slat separately tha
amount he will offer for each Issue, as to
"Principal and Premium," and that "Ac
crued Interest," will be paid to the dale of
delivery of said bonds; also to the amount
of the charge that will be made additional
for the printing and lithographing of said
Each bid must be accompanied by cash,
or an unconditional certified check on ft.
registered national bank, In the sum of
one thosand (11,000) dollars and made pay
able to the city, as an evidence of good
faith on tho part Of said bidder.
The city reserves the rlgh to. reject any
or all bids, or to waive defects should they
y order of the counjl - QJly
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IMON STATION TENTH AND HARGT,
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 8:18 pm
California Express a 4:10 rm a :30 am
California & Oregon Ex.a 4:20 pm a B10 pru
North Piatt Local a 7:50 am a 6:20 pm
Fast Mall a 8; 56 am a 8:20 pin
Colorado Special ........a 7:45 am a 74. am
Beatrice I.t-bI b 1:16 pm b 1:30 pm
St. Louis Expres 6:80 pm 8:20 m
Bt. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) :16 am 10:10 pm
Shenandoah Local (from
Council Bluffs) 8:45 pm 1:10 put
CkU-ago, Hock Island Paelflo.
Chicago Limited a 1:35 am a 7:10 am
Chicago Expres a 7:36 am a 8:60 pm
Chicago Ex., Local bll:40 am a 4:30 pm
Des Moines Express. ...a 4:30 pm bll:60am
Des Moines Local a 8:65 pm
Chicago Fast Kxpress..a 6:40 pm a 1:16 pm
Rocky Mountain Lim d..a 7:20 am a 1:30 am
Colorado Express a 1:30 pm a 4:65 pm
Oklahoma & Texas Ex.a 4:30 pm all:40 am
Colorado Night Ex a 8:56 Dm a 7:26 am
t UlcMHO, Mllwaoste at St. Paal.
Chicago Daylight Ex. ..a 7:55 am alDOO pm
California-Oregon Ex. ..a 6:46 pm a 1:10 pin
Overland Limited a 8:15 pra a 1:36 ant
Illinois Central. ,
Chicago Express a 7:25 am al0;35 pm
Chicago Limited a 7:60 pm a 6:06 am
Minn. & Bt. Paul Ex....b 7:25 am bl0:3o pm
Minn. & Bt. Paul Ltd. ..a 7:60 put a 8:06 pin
Cliieago A SortSwMtera,
Local Chicago all:30 am 1:46 pm
Fast Mall a 8:23 P" am
Daylight St. Paul a 7:60 am 10:00 pm ,
Daylight Chicago a 6:00 am 11.60 pm
Limited Chicago a 8:38 pm :16 am
Local Carroll a 4:3u pm :6u am
Fast St. Paul a 8. 28 pm uo
Local Bloux C. & St. P. o 3.60 pm 8:86 am
Fast Mall M P
Chicago Express ak.60pm a 7:J0 am
Norfolk & Bonesteel ....a 1:40 am 10:36 am
Lincoln ai Long Pine ...u 7:10 ain 10:36 pm
Casper & Wyoming .... 2:60 pm 6:14 pm
Dadwood & Lincoln ....a 2.60 pm 6:16 pm.
Hastings-Albion b 2:60 pm 6:16 pm
Des M & Okoboll Ex...a 7:66 am a 1.20 pm
Bt. Louis Espies a 1:00 am a 6 20 ant
K. CV & Bt. 1 Ex all.16 pm a t.M pia
t nloaga Great W aster.
Bt Paul & Minn a 30 pm a 7:16 am
St' Paul Minn a 7:46 am a 7 66 pm .
t lilcaao Limited a 6:00 pm alo:io ain
Chicago Express a 6.06 am a 1:30 pm
DIHLlSCiTON TATION-lTU A HilU.1
Denver A California....
Northwest Express ...
Lincoln Fast Mall... ...
Ft. Crook at Plaitsn. th
Bellevue & Plattsm th.
Bellevue & Pac- June...
Bellevue & Pac. June...
i. ...... i i',l
,a 4:10 pra
.all; 10 pm
.a 8:60 am
b 2:57 pm
h I b'i pm
.a 7:60 pm
.a l:3o am
a 110 pm
a ;6s pm
a 7:40 pm
b 8:t .n
a 7:10 am
a 1:16 pm
a 7:26 pm
a 6:46 am
a 8.06 pm
.a 7:26 am
.a 4:uo pm
.a 8:o6 pm
.a 8:16 am
.a 4:46 pm
.a 9:16 am
.a 4:46 pra
Ht Louis Express
... ...... I'ilv Mi St.
I'liu 4. Kt Joe.
u..,ml City & Bt. Joe.
6TB A WUBSTEH
Nebraska J-ooal. via Lav. Arrlva.
Weeping Water b 1:60 pm bl2 M pm
Chicago. 11 Minneapolis 3k
Twin City Passenger... b 8 80 am b 1:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger ..a r:00 pm aU:20 am
Oakland Local b 6.45 pm b 1:10 am
a dally b dally except Sunday, d daily
except Saturday dally cttMonly.
ANCHOR UNI U, I. MAll. STEAMERS.
NEW TURK. bONDftNPERgT AND 0LA8OOW.
NEW KIRK OIBRALTER AND MAPLEi.
guptrlor accommisla.lon. Ei-ltnt Cultlns. Th
Comiurt of P-nir. Crfully t onl4r4. Blnf..
or Round Trip Tlik lud bts Kw Tors
and Stolen. Enfllh. Irish nd ill prlnlpl eon
Un.nuil point, at altracllvn rain. 8nd for Boos
ot Toura For tltkala or mrl Informalloa !pl
to tay lotal at. ut of tha Anchor Um Of lo
MISNDERhvM BUOg.. Oanaral Aenls. Clitlo, ill.
rrenoh Line, Nw York to Paris. Mix Issya
Mailings Efrj Tnanday at 10 a. m.
L Tovralna Aof. II. Touralso. .. .spt. tt.
1 Lorralno Sapt. I b 0acoiio. . . Sapt. M.
La Hraltfna... B.pl. 14. La Ix,rraloo Oct. I.
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