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HIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, JUNE 24. 1007. "
OFFERED FOR RENT
F(R RENT-eWond floor. 10. suitable
tvt lodge, room or manufacturing pur
pose. Jalace Clothing Co.. 14th and
Dougla. (16 MSS
f'OR RF.NT-I.arg floor and basement
suitable for ssniple room, manufacturing
or storage. 1115-17 Farnam St.
06) M 970
FOR EKNT-pf room tn tie office, city
hail bonding. 417 N. 25th St.. South
Omaha. Appry to manager. (lf. 134
DBITK room on Brat floor at 1213 Farnam.
H riJOCH, well lighted; elegant for offlca
o. 1213 Farnam. Q-6I
It to very seldom that goo outalda paca
In a well appointed offloe building Is
available. At the present time we have
a baitlful atirt of two rooms on the
fifth floor, with eat and south light, a
tar wilt, which malt this a most
desirable apace during either summer or
Room No. 648 I" now vacant and Is 14x11,
with a good-alaed vault; haa vast llght.
A new hard-wood floor was reeently put
tn this room.
We have a small office on the east aide of
the building which can be rented to you
on rood term.
Everybody In Omaha knows the location of
the Bee bunding: It la central, clone to
the city hall and county court house
There are everal hundred people who
spend more time her than In their homes
and any one of them will testify as to
the care they receive here.
For further particulars call
THE BEE BUILDING
17TH AND FARNAM.
Ton RENT-The best located corner store
In Omaha. Farnam and 16th 81s.. Board
of Trad BldK. Sea P. H. Fhllbln. Schllti
8TORB ROOM, 1KB N. ISth BL. $20.
'Phone Douglas 686.
LAROH1 store room and basement for rent,
2910 Farnam St. Inquire N. P. Dodge A
Co., or next door. (15)-M547 24x
OFFERED FOR SALE
ANCHOR and Iron
6o par foot. 806 N.
Tel. Red Hi.
WW. nm the hlshest grades of second
hand fuiniture. Some Items worth soelng.
Price right and also we can save you
40c on the dollar and It would payyou
to sea us before pou buy. Chicago ur
nlture Co.. 14X3 Dodge. Doug. 4787.
U6 611 J2S
PARTIES leaving town at once ; woull
aull cheap, three large rases suitable for
curios or books. 4018 La Fayette Ave.
ELrMANT library table, morris chair
Mission style; oak buffet, pttrlor settee.
etc, a bargain. 2830 Dewey Ave.
(18) M237 27x
van RAIJ3 Furniture 8 rooms, all new
at a sacrifice; party leaving city; buyer
can rent house. Address r.bn, care ueo.
(II) M37S 28X
FOR 8ALE 1 plsno, J good oak .sideboard.
1 dresser, 1 child a oea. last do. use bu
FURNITURE and household goods of -room
cottage, with piano if desired. 42S4
Patrick Ave. (11) 433 24
FURNITURE for sale, Including bookcase
china closet, tables, chairs and beds. 1423
N. 17th. (K) M570 26x
Fwal aad Billiard Table.
FOR SALHI New and secondhand billiard
and pool tables. We lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures: easy payments. Bruns-Wlck-Balke-Collendar.
407, A. 10th St.
ria.M, Orsaaa, Mnsloal Instramemls.
Recently taken In exchange toward new
"Weber." "Mehlln" or "Henry 9. O.
Llndeman" ' pianos. If you want a new
f ilano of fine quality It will pay you to
nspact our stock bafore purchasing.
"Van Meter" upright piano, T octave,
ebony case, used about 1$ years,
even octave, medium else, rosewood
case, used about 11 years, $92.00.
$J00 00 fUrtlng" wprlgbt piano, 7H oc
taves, dark wood, used about 10 years.
'Kimball" upright piano, full else.
bout U years, iiaW,
parlor lae, se
ed T years, $142.00.
$800.0 "Thurston upright piano, mahogany
finished, full stse, used I years, up-lo
date style. $l.0O..
$SS0 Emerson upright, medium sire, walnut
case, used years. $180.
1350 00 "Foster tt Ca." upright piano, style
"23" walnut ease, used 7 month, ele
gant toa and action. P1M.
Easy term arranged to suit. Expert
linn tuning, repairing or rebuilding at
lowest prices for reliable work. Pianos
noved or packed and ahlpped to any point.
BervK that iunes or 09 pay.
'Pbon Douglas 7311
Piano Manufacturer and Daalera,
1S13-U Harnay SU
H. H. RHODES, Mar
OO M334 W
OF STANDARD UPRIGHT PIANOS.
Every on a perfect Instrument; some little
Kimball, ebony case. $109 0.
Chlckeiing, rosewood case, $17V0O,
On almost new walnut upright, $341 Os.
Oa $7M Knab Parlor Grand, good a
Oa $70 IlaDet A Comaton Parlor Grand
MJly $13. M.
Many other upright. I&0.M, I7S.00, $M0
Sauar pianos and organa, $10 W and up.
$66o to $1.M weekly paymenta
Schmoller & Mueller
1S1J Farnam St. Tel. Doug. ICS.
OR SALE AH pianos unsold tn Ben
Halt's sine th Or hav been removed
to 4(8 8. ,18th St- where everyone will
b sold regardl of prto. (. orue and
g mat at your own prlc. (1() M(7(
OFFERED FOR SALE
IIjO RUTS a fin upright piano of a good,
reliable, make. Call evenings between 5
and 8 p. m. 415 N. 23d St. (18) M577 24
Typewriters and Hewing; Xaellan,
TTPFTWRITKR SALE All marhlnea taken
In enchant will be closed out at unheard (
prices. Typewriter exchange.' Ml r'sxton
Block. U$ M9T1
FOR SALE fllgh-grsd Id-hand type-
good roiitlltion; a bargain at Ml.
6 Bee Bldg.
ONE Remington typewriter. No. 6. In good
condition, for sale cheap. Call at Bee
OfTloe. (1S 629k
WE PARUT a complete line of all the
leading perlodlrala published. Foreign
publications a specially. Birthday, wed
ding and souvenir post cards. Subscrip
tions received for all periodicals pub
lished. Mail orders will receive prompt
Newsdealers and Stationers, 111 8. 15th 8t
. UD-M'M jy
BIO CUT IN PRICE TO
S Tribunes for 13.
$ Dayton for $40.
$60 Emblems for is.
$26 Colonial for $2.
Beconn-hsna ones lor w anci up.
MUST REDUCE STOCK TO
MAKE ROOM FOR MOTOR
16-2 Capitol Ave.
(1 MM Jyl
low price during June to reduce
order now; good delivered when
Telephone Douglas 681. 813 S. 15th St.
HALLS' S safes, new, M-hand. 1818 F-arnnm.
FINE upright piano, $116.00; Singer sewing
machine, woo; large brussnls rug, $16. no;
Iswn mower, 1.6, etc. Party leaving for
ifim. roo ueaiers neea uppiy. 416 N
2Sa Bt. (151-41141 26
good rendition. BS7 8. Mth
Red 7220. (16I-M998 24 X
FOR SALE First-class store fixture...
. showcases, etc Globe Land and Invest
ment Co., 182 Farnam St., Omaha. Neb.
FEW bargnln in 2d nand soda fountains,
monthly payments. Derlght, 181$ Farnam.
SEND us your mall order for drugs;
freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. (16WD1
SHERWTN WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
paint. Sherman t McConrtell Drug Co.
HOME-MADE GRAPH WINE. 10 YEARS
OLD. $1 PER GALLON, CACKLBT
BROS.. OPPOSITE P. O.
(18 341 Jyl
AWNINGS They're not expensive. Call
Doug, ttfvl and our representative will call.
Omaha Tent and Awning Co. (16; 19$
DRUGS at cut prices; freight paid on $1
orders; catalogue free,
SHUKMAN & M CONNELL DRUG CO.,
HOMEOPATHIC medicines, wholeaal and
retail. Sherman aV MoConnell Drug. Ca.
BLACK SOIL Telephone 2371.
FOR SALE1 Second-hand steam boiler for
heating. Inquire 21i N. 2d St.
-. (1U1-M563 29x
$200 NATIONAL cash register for sale for
$1?5 cash; total adder and prints every
rule, good as new; will not sell for less.
Address K 5S, Be. (IS) MT41 29x
LARSON St CO.-BooK free.
D. O. BARN ELL, patent attorney and ma-
cum designer, paxtoa Will. Tel. Red 7117.
CITT STEAM LAUNDRY Shirt preened,
not Ironed, in. o. inn ou iei. uoug.
OMAHA Stammerer' Institute, Ram;
Bldg. (is io
SEWING maohlne. ranted, any make, 7So
per week or $2 per m,onm. aocona-nana
machine for sale, $6 and up. .Nebraska
Cycle Co., 14th and Harney. (18) 303
W A NT ED Concessions for Fourth of July
celebration; write at onoe, giving terms,
etc. 8, K. Beghtol, Gothenburg, Neb.
OS; M972 3tX
1 " 1 ' 1 1
BTRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; out
nce. Bena lr rra catalogue, oiyers
illlon Drug Co., Omaha. 08 17
WANTED WU1 furnish free attractions of
all kind tor tairs ana picnics on snort
notlo. Pret. Wlntarrlcger, Hartlngton,
Neb. (li)-MU ttx
f A flMTfTTr! treatment and bath. Mme.
aiAUiljXJ.Vy Smith, u N. Uth, Id fleer.
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrlnk
ing only to per yard Bead tor prlo list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO..
10 Dougla Block. Tl. Dougla 1984.
THE SALVATION ARMY ollctt cast-off
clothing; in fact, anything you da not
need. W collect, repair and sell, t 114
N. 11th Kt, for cost of collecting, to th
. worthy poor. Call 'Phon Daug. 413 and
wagon wiu can. (la) ell
MASSAGE uwoi"FamSIBmt- Room
JULY 1 Olathe, Kas.. can use ctrol swing, '
ocean wv, racrry-go-rouna. etc AO
' drea at Olathe, J. AIL Evan.
PRIVATB CONFINEMENT HOME Mrs.
Dr. King. 1124 N. 24th IL Tel. Doug.
Xf A KM A OF, HlUr culture, facial and
OVnjSiTVViri b(,dy treatment. Touthful
nes and health restored; wonderful uo
oea. Mm. Holman, 1(18 Dodge St.
(ID M(7 Kg
BENNETTS piano department ha been
removed to 408 S. 16th St.. where ail
fire piiuiea are being sold for a fruotloa
of their real value. (II) M7I
HKALTHY, wholesome, satin skin be
stowed try Satin skin cream and Satin
powder. 26c. (IS)
INFORMATION I wanted concerning a
young man named John Dai of Lin
coln. Neb., on account of th very serious
lllnes of bis sister, who desire greatly
to see him. Address M. C. Gere. 849 D
St.. IJm-oln, Neb. (1SV-M594 26x
REAL ESTATE! DEALERS.
Rl'SSELL, A M-K1TIUCK CO.. 412 Ramg
TURRCLL, U Patterson Blk. Doug.
8 CARS, (21 N. Y. Ufa, TL
CO., 1st dr. N.
T. U. Dong.
R. C PETERS A CO., Be Dldg. cm0
KENNEDY, SO rirst Natl
Phon Doug. 723. U9W107
Tel. Dohglss r
U W. BUNNELL A
co, (3i n.
"Sell your farm or business"
city rnorr.RTv for sai.k.
CIT1 PROPf.RTI FOR ALB
Take Your Choice
A 7-room, all modern house, In Bern Is Park.
for only $3.500l -v-
6-room house, modem except furnace, on
19th and Vinton, $1,860.
8-room house. No. 1760 S. (th St., water.
sewer and gas, $2,000.
28th and Ohio, (-room bouse, not modern.
Price, $800. Terms easy.
W. B. FRANK.
(21 Neville Blk.
WILL BUY A GOOD
HAXSCOM PLACE HOME
Hot water heat, open plumbing. rooms,
good laundry, fine barn, trees and shrubs.
Party wants to sell quick. Don't wait to
telephone, but come and see us and let
us tell you the balance,
M. J. Kennard & Co.,
810 BROWN BLOCK.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST
CHA.S. 11 WILLIAMSON. Pres
Two beautifully altuated lots, 40x127 feet
eacfi, west front on boulevard, two blocks
to car, on grade; corner, $0u; Inside, t;u0.
Must be sold by owner at Once. 2404 l,
fayette Ave. (lt)-MJOS
THE bast -room house In th cltr for the
money; close In; 16 minutes' walk from
P. O. on Dodge St.; a neat lawn, with
plenty of fruit; this is a bargain; price,
fc.KOO, $1,600 cash. Call room 21 U. 8.
Nat. bank bldg. (19) M24 $0
FARNAM, close to 40th, very best situa
tion fur business and flat, 1 or $ lots.
Need money. .Will oll cheap. 'Phon
Douglas 581. (19) M393 2$
Alierrnnc of title; quick service. 'Phone
usuntis for DrC. Guarantee Ab
stract Co., Patterson Blk. 'Phone Rod 2947.
BEMIS PARK DISTRICT'
I rooms, brand new, strictly modern, $4,000.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co., 1001 N. T. Uf
East front lot on 27th outh of Shirley; easy
PAT N El INVESTMENT CO.,
Flrt Floor, N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Dougla 1781.
"If If a bargain, they have It."
(!) M402 24
IS PER CENT.
A brick block of three aiore and S3 room
on a leading business street; ranted for
$216 a month. Price $16,000; half cash,
balance four years at ier cent,
THOMAS BR EN NAN, '
x Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
' 2728 BURT ST.
7-room s, modern except furnace; good barn,
O'KElu. - REAL E8TATB CO.,
1001 N. T. Life Bldg.
(1 M404 24,
24TH AVE. AND IIARNEY
Very attractive T-room modern house.
built two years, desirably located on paved
street. 1'nce, $4,600. fjasy term.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
lit Fl., N. Y. i,. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
"If it'a a bargain, they have it."
$2M CASH, balance monthly for (-room
new cottage; mooern except furnace
cemented cellar under entire house
permant walk. All complete waslklng
distance from postoffloa. Piioa, $2,300.
O. C. Olaen, 101 & 16U St., main floor.
IF YOU are thinking of building It will
pay yon to see th Western Home Build
era, rooms 28 and 21, Neb. Nat. Bank
Bldg., for price and terms, (1 210
LIST your property
Home Builder, rma
wltb the Western
22-23 Nebraska Natl.
FOR SALE House, f rooms.
cepi rumaoe, vmi Cuming
(2,300. Easy tsrma.
JOHN V. FLACK,
City Saving Bank, ltth aud
FPR SALE t-room cottage, owner leaving
city, will sell at a sacrifice. 10$ North
40th South Omaha, Tel, $71.
LOOK AT THIS
All modern, (-room cottage, 3411 Lafayette
Ave, Bernia Park. 'Phon Harney 3413.
FOR RENT W-room modem house, 2&41
Jones St Telephone owner (or keys.
FOR SALE Five-acre tract of land In Ben
son, three block from car, suitable (or
planting or for Improvement; an oppor
tunity for some on. Address, O 423,
lee. ; 0)4x
A Real Snap Investment
11 rooms on car line: walking dlstanoe; nine
neighborhood; good condition; rant $36 per
nv,tr si.O-O ni handle It. A real snap
National Investment Co.
Dougla Blk. 'Phone Douglas dsn.
LOOK THIS IP.
T-room house almost new. modem exceot
furnace, at 8047 North 19th. Tel. Webeter
139. (19) M587 14x
"If it's a Bargain,
They Hav? It."
414( Frsklne. I room. $1,660.
3K'4 Seward, ( rooms, $J.l."i0.
Tl( S. Wth 8t., T room. $2,808.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st FI.. N. T. LI Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 17SX
03 tU M
Bfc-ST new (-room house, modern with or
without furnace for $2,460; forced to sell
qntcklr. Tl. after T p. m. WeS.ie,
Jf4 (19 A49S2
FARM AHfD AAsCH LAND FOA MLB
WANTED Ayents to represent us tn th
aal of our Kansas lands. Writ for par
ticular. Glob Land and Investment Co.,
Omaha, Nab. ilaVJ 214
WB HAVE land, Improved and unlm-
? roved. In central and eastern Kansaa
hat w can sell you from 20 to $6 per
aore. Tbes land ar No. L Will con
aider good city property or merchandise.
Writ u for full Information, wiui 4.
ciiptlon of what you hav tw oSar.
J. W. STlNg, A CO.,
ktM O K, I aoln. Neb.
(M) -2( Jylx
iARM iXD RlCII LA OS FOR SALE:
A OOOD farm, well Improved, 20 miles west
of Omaha, for sale on easy terms. 6 per
cent interest. If taken In next dav.
Address T-241. Be. (3DJ'VI
FARM FOR SALK.
A good lflO-acre farm, near Sidney, Neb.,
for sale; well Improved; 76 acres In cul
tivation; 47 acres hi crops, fenced and
cross-fenced with good well and wlndmil'.
Price. $l,o0 on good terms. Inquire of
Herman Springer. Sidney, Neb. The owner
will pay railroad and other expenses. To
purchaser: A snap for the man who is
looking for a home. First here first served.
Herman Springer, Sidney, Neb. Offl'-e
over First National bank. (201 M412 2x
HAVE you $000? Do you want a fruit farm
26 miles from Omnha? Write Route 1. Box
11, Arlington, Neb. (30) M140 26
IMPROVED farms I eastern Nebraska,
Sarpy and DoukUs counties. B. J. Over,
ton, Gretna, Neb. (20)-816
FIRST-CIiASS Nebraska farms and ranches
for homes or Investment. Bemis, Omaha.
Buy a farm In Readle county, 8. D.
Another big crop Is dally raising values.
A fortune la yours If you buy now.
Write for map.
D. El McMONIRu.
Huron, -fl. D. (20)-M15S Jyl
30.000 ACRES choice level Texan prairie.
$4.E0 per acre; $1.50 cash. Well located.
Water ploutlful. Box 4K2, Sibley, IA.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONET TO LOAN-
Pajne Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONET F. D.
Wead. 1620 Doug.
$1,000,000 TO IX)AN on business and resi
dence properly in umana; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan. Room 1, N. V.
WANTED City losns and warrants. W
Farnam smith & CO., f arnam St.
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
O'Keefe R- E. CO.. lOOI N. Y. Life Hldtf.
LOWEST RATES Bemls,
tr.rwi rrr trj mvi to T 01 v . ..a , n
no aeiay. uakviin unua., iw cakm am
WANTED City loan. R. C.
Peters ft Co.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, a r irsi national hspk mn?
WANTED TO BUY
CASH paid for old book. Crane-Foy Co..
813 t. 1410. rnone wuciu hj.
BUYERS FURNISHED IN 4 HOURS
Investment Dept. western rtei. oonu
Ass n Inc., gull 7U-722 N. Y. Life BKlg.
WANTED 8-room house. South Omaha,
near car line, not over iJ.guo. Aaaress
0-664, care Bee. (25) 03
WILL purchase good second-hand mimeo
graph machine. Address D. 578, Bee.
WANTED To rent a furnished cottace
or flat: references exchanged. Address
Room K, Her Grand hotel. 20-3) 24x
Address H W. enro
WANTED Room and board In vicinity of
26th and Sprague. Address O R7f, care
Bee. (2)-47 80x
MAN wife and two children (12 and C
mt ROOMS WITH BOARD, vicinity
lth and Locust Bts. L. R. Vorce, 20m
Blnnev St. 'Phone " Webster lf0. resl
dence; Webster 406, office. (?i 051 30x
FOR student help ee
tute, 1802 Farnam.
vsr a MTTSn Position a landscaper, to tak
.r of varda. lawns and flowers, by gen
tieman who csn give) best of references.
Address 4621 Military Av. Tel. Webster
2845. (2r 176 2jx
WANTED Position by young man a book
keener and general office assistant ir
lumber business. Eight years' experience.
A. D. CAMERON.
(27) M229 27x
YOUNG man with road experience dVslrea
city sales work. Address. Y 6H, car c
Be. (27)-M58 2fix
POSITION wanted by a No. 1 all-round
man; 13 year experience In general mer
chandls. Capable of management. Rea
sonable waga. Best of reference. W. F.
box 111, Oakland. Neb. (27)-22 33x
FOR student help see
tute, 1803 Farnam.
WANTED Position as miller or stona
dresser. Address .Bos 126, Midland hotol,
(27) M3 26x
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
quartermaster, Cheyenne, Wyo., June 22,
19u7. Sealed proposals, In trlpllcste, will
be received at this office until 10:30 a. m.,
(mountain time) July 22, 1907, at which
time they will be opened In public, for
furnishing all material and labor required
tor the construction complete, as per speci
fications on file in this office, a garbage
crematory at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo.
Blank forma of proposals may he obtained
at this offloe on application. Specifications
and drawings may be Inspected at this of
fice and at the office of the cnlef quarter
master department of the Missouri. Omaha,
Neb., and chief quartermaster department
Of Colorado, Denver, Colo. Th govern
ment ..ain'.. (he trt awm -
1 all bids or part of bid. Envelop- con-
talnlng proposals should be Indorsed "I'ro
posala for Garbage Crematory. Fort D. A.
Russell, Wyo.." and addressed Captain
V. K. Hart, quartermaster, I'nitnd
States armv, constructing ouartermster,
Cheyenne. Wyo. J24-25-2-27Jy9-20
I U. 8 COURTHOUSES AND POSTOFFICK.
Omaha, Neb., Jun 21. 1H07. Senle.1 pro.
I possls will be received at this building im
: til 1 o'clock p. m.. Jun ?8J 1M, for fur- I
I rlshlng 1,700 tons mine run bituminous coal '
for this bulldlnar during the fiscal venr
rnning June or such nortlon or tlie
yesr a may be deemed advlanhle. The
right to reject any nn.1 all bids and to
waive defeeta is reserved hv the ricpsrt-
ment. B. H. BARROWS. Custodian
PROPOSAI FOR STATIONERY. DEPOT
Quartermaster s OTlce. Omsha. NeSrnsVa.
Mav 27, 1907. Sealed prooon's tn dioll-ife
will he received here until 10 a. m., Jun
K. 1907. and then opened, for furnishing a a-
tlonsrv. U. . reserves tbe rlrht o r, trt
any or all bids, or part thereof. Conies of
proposals furnished on annltratlon to Ma'or
ilium A3 UKUliL, (juarterrraster.
"E MP Una f the Atlantlo
QVAiAiiO to fcrVJ la r C.j LEU
TSVB DAT At MA.
Empresses stl July 12, 14, Aug.
ceoi. , so. rirei im
880 ud: Re
Cabla 4 MP
Third Class $11 76.
0. M. Beajaaala, ChajaL AgeBt, Tel. Harrlaoa
ITU. Ill So. Clark Bt. Chicago,
City people want to move to the
country, country people to move
to the city. Dee want ads reach n
both city and country people. : t J
PROroSAIJ FOR I.AYINO WATER
MAINS eValed proposals will be receive!
bv tlie city clerk of the city of Randolph,
Nebra.kn, at his office until the Ed day of
July. Iii7, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the fur-
Islilng and laying or nn ieei oi i-imn ;
ast water mains and 1.5-0 of 6-Inch cam i
atcr mains with six 4-lncn rlounie noxsie
re hydrants for JH-ln" fire hoae together
ith all necessary nitinus icr an main
nrt hvdrants. .Bids to include the dlg
inc if all ditches at lesst five feet below
he'extsbllehrd arade of said rltv, and not
less than five feet below the surface of the
street at any place. Bids to include sll
mncctions and extras as shown by the
plans and specifications on file at the of-
ce or the said my ciera. irne-nau or me
contract price for the laying and furnish
ing said mains as above to be paid in cash
and the balance to be paid In warrants
drawn on the general fund of said city.
II bids must be accompanied by a certi
fied check eo.ua! to 1ft per cent of the
mount bid. as a guarantee that If the bid
Is accepted the bidder will enter into con-
rnct to perform and carry out the bid.
The cltv reserves the right to relect snv
or all bids. E. S. MAILL1ARD, City Clerk.
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Fast Mall a 3:&o pm
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Colorado Special all:f8 pm
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a $ 86 pm
a 7:05 am
a 9:31 a.n
a 5:06 pm
a 1:08 pm
b 8:0$ pm
St. Paul-M spoils .xp..ai:wam
Chicago Local all:30ani
Pioux t'lty r-RS8cnger...a cnuam
Chlcsgo fassenger a 4:80 pm
Chicago Sreclal a (:00 pm
St. I'aul-M pons uma..a : pm
I.os Aniretes Limited. ...a 9:30 pm
Overland Limited alO:00 pm
Ploux r'lty Local a 1:60 pm
Twin City Limited a 8:28 pm
Overland Limited a 8:38 pm
Norfolk-Ronesteel a 7:4" am
Llneoln-Chadron b 7:40 am
Deadwood-Llnooln a 8:00 pm
Casper-Slinshonl a 8:00 pm
Hastings-Superior b 8:of pm
Fremorrt-Aiuion D : pm
Los Angeles Limited. ..a 9 0 pra
St. Louis Express a ( 30 pm a 8:80 am
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) a 9:30 am au:lB pm
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluffa) o bwq pmDio:u am
Chicago, Rock Island A Paeine.
Chicago Limited a 1:48 am all:30 prs
Iowa Local a 7:00 am a 4:30 pm
Pes Moines Pas a 4:00 pm al2:.10 pra
Iowa Local au:40am D s:bo pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex.) a 4:60 pm a 1:86 pm
Chicago Flyer a (:00 pm a 8:35 am
Rocky Mountelr. I.mtd..1! era a 1:55 am
Colo. A Cal. Express... 1:36 pm a 4:40 pm
Okl. & Texss express.. a 4:40 pm a z: pm
Lincoln & Falrburv rass.a :43 amaio:i am
K. C. & St. L. Exp a 9:09 am a (:f3 am
K. C. St. L. Exp all:l( pm a 5:35 pm
Nebraska Local a 5:0 pm all: 40 am
Chicago, Milwaukee A It. Pa ml.
Chi. tt Colo. Special... 7:02 am 11:46 pm
Calif. &. Oregon &xp... b:b pm
Overland Limited 9:58 pm
Chicago Great Westera.
St. Paul & Minneapolis..
Bt. Paul & Minneapolis..
Chicago Jx press
7 41 am
11 :60 pm
a 8:46 pm
a 8:66 pm
a 1:30 am
a 8:30 am
Chicago Express a 7:20 am
Minn. V St. Paul Exp...b 7:20 am
Chicago Limited a 8:00 pin
Minn. & St. Paul Lmtd.a 8:30 pm
gTA-10th A MA90T,
Denver A California... .a 4:10 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm
Northwest Express a 9:30 pm
Nebraska points A 8:00 ara
Nebraska Express a 9:06 am
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:46 pm
Louisville A PlatUm'tb.b 3:10 pm
Be.llevue-PlattsTiO'jUi ..a 8:1 pm
Plattsinotitl'-lor a b 9:10 am
Denver Limited all :66 pm
Chicago Special a 7:00 ara
Chicago Kxpres a 4:30 pm
Chicago Flyer a (:30 pm
Iowa Local a 9:1S am
St Louis Express a 4:46 pm
Kansas City & Bt. Joe..alO:46 pm
Kansas City A St. Joe.. a 9:16 am
Kansas City ft St. Joe.. a 4:46 pm
a 4:10 pm
a 4:10 pm
a 4:10 pm
a 8:10 pm
a 8:10 pm
a 9:06 am
a 8:00 pia
b 10:20 am
a 7:46 am
b 1 :36 pra
a (:4e am
a $ M pm
a 8:30 am
all. -no am
all .30 are
a (:TO air
a 8:10 pra
WlIBSTER 1TA. 13TH A WKBSTEH
Chlcavo, t. Paal, Allnuenpoli A
Twin City Pnssenger...b (:r,0 am b 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger. . .a t:00 pm all :20 am
Rmerson I .oral b 6:45 pm b 9:10 am
Emerson Local c 8:46 am 0 6:60 pra
Local via Weeping
Water a l:oS am a (:30 pm
Falls City Local a 8:80 pm all:3D am
Gigantic, EUgant, Fast Levlatluas
JVetv yorltVarij 6 "Days
LA FROVENCK, new twin screw fiver, pauen
ger elevstor, gynissiium. roof ctfe. This stid lbs
other Twin Screw Htesmers havedsily newspap
ers, orchrsfi, wiielru sytrm and manv other
hin3"ationf,on board, both for safety ned-wnfort
X.a Tonrala July 4
X.a Provenc Jnly 11
X,a Bretaga July 18
Z.a Savol ......July 86
La Tooraln Aug. 1
Z,a Xiorraln Atvit. 6
Naval oditura" sian-uf-war 1iaclBllBi Cam
pany'a reatlUlled Iralna, HurTf -Palm. Dnsrs,
hrro ronTrnlrnt eonnectloas are ma da (or sll sluts
on tilt i-ontlnent.
Fur plana, roatrvaMona and full Informatics sell
on. teki'huns or wnie to
Harry E. Mxn-or, 1m 1 Farnam Bt. : J. in. Rrr
nolila. 1.7 8 t'arnnm Pt. : Louli NVfae, rara Flrat Na
tional lunk: W. 0. Davlises. 1511 Farnaai Bt.
eummeb Touaa oar x.axc michioaw
TUB ELEGANT MANITOU
for passeug, r rervlca exi'lunively, mukn
thrvtt trips weekly to Charlevoix, Harbor
Barings, Baj View, Patorkey and Mack
Inac Aland, connection with all Huamili p
l.ln.'S icr i.uk Kuparlor, Em-torn and Cam.-
liiLin points. Inquire about our w- ek-end
trii s f pfcialty arranged tor Bualnes and
X.SV77-3 CHICAGO AS FOLLOWS I
: lion. lli'JO a. u. Wod. a p. m Prl. 8:30 p, in.
KAKITOTJ (TTBAMBkTW COMFABTT
0IF1C1 I DOCKS, gut aa( N. Water Sts talt
Horace Rlketts is d.ad n( last.'
In wll-nindulat-d tones announced the
phllantliroptau's private secretary i
"Are you surf of that? " asked he gr?at
, nin. solicitously. j
: "Ves, sir! He wa found dead In a mls
1 erable garrc-t. dead of ptrtrvnt Ion with a I
piwilMllv gnswrl brK)t in his wasted hand,
, and wua burled by a HulTlttun raised i
. among his l"ss fortunate nciichhors. Ha
' left a docum.-nt giving the details of hi I
long and unsuccessful tight upalnst this I
company for his royalties on patents ab- I
' ortei by us, and saying thut he ws
1 starv ng to death, blind and deerted, . jo.
murdered by commit l greed. The un- M.
sultf i liseil newspapers refer to the affair
as very pathetic, I bel!v.
"iN-ar! dear!" murniered the eminent
Octopus, sympathetically "W really mut
endow a U- rac Kk'ketU lllirary oiu.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Belt Cattle Hither for the Week,
Othen Considerably Lower.
HOGS MAKE GAIW FOR THE WEEK
X Fre.a Receipt of keep r Lamfea
Today, bat Total for the Week
Doable That of a Year
SOUTH OMAHA, June $2, 1507.
Receipts were; Cattle. Hor.
Otliclal Monday $.M 4.7H
Uirirlal Tuesday $.672 7.C30
Otttelal Wednesday 4.7M 1&.M
Official Thursday t m H.lt-2
Official Friday 1.227 8.21"
Otflclal Saturday 2,i 8.1
This week 13.M2 68.444
Last week Vl.tei 6.7
Two weeks ago S'8.3
Three weeks ago 1S.4.U 4."43
knur kl asn 23 183 tf.$3)
Same erk last year. . . . 18.8i 76.71&
Tin fr,!inLin ir,i iiow the receipts ol
cattle, hog and sheep at Smith Omaha for
the year to dale, compared with last year:
1907. 1908. Inc. Do.
Cattle t4.6tl 4S9.1C 87. .... -
Hors 1.347.136 l.$7.71i ....... ltt.Ui
i Sheep N0H.4i 749.29 69,1.13
I CATTLE QUOTATIONS.
Wood to choice corn-fed teer ? rX
Good to fair corn-fed teera ;;'l'',vI?
Common to fair steers f,'Ui
Oood to choice cows Vy "
Fair to good cow and hefr S.oCo4.)
Oood to cholcs stookers and feeders 4.hji6 .!
Fair to good Blockers and feeders.. Jo4 jo
Common to fair stockers ' Ci3; ;2
Hulls tr te 3 5fv?i6.10
Veal calve ' .4Xia7.01
The following table show the average
rrloe of hogs at South Omaha for th last
several days, With comparisons:
( 1907. 190(.19i. 11904. 1903. 11907. ,1901
I 201 4 78! ( 01
4 79 03
( 30' 8 16
5 001 6 8 5 IS
5 071 84 I
1 071 7 43
.1 ( 331.5 1
28 6 1"
32 6 13
$ 071 I $4
RANGE OF PRICES.
6 (wa .26
Sioux City ..
number of car
brought In today by
each road was:
C, M. &
St. P. Ry
Mo. Pac. Ry
I'nlon Faclllc SyaKm..
C. A N. W. Rv. (east)
C. A N. W. Ry. (west)....
C, Bt. P.. M. A O. Ry
C, B. . & (4. (east)
C, B. & Q. (west)
C, R. I. A P. Ry. (east)...
C, R. I. & P. Ry. (west)...
Chicago Great Western....
. I 25
The disposition of the day's receipts ws
as follows, earh buyor purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Omaha Packing Co.,
Swift and Company..
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour pacKing i.a..
Cudahy Packing Co..
Vanaant A Co
IOhmah & CO
Total r 186 7.4t"
CATTLE Receipts of caftle today were
heavy for a Saturday, but were almost sll
consigned through and, as usual on a
Saturday, there was piacticaUy no market.
This week has witnessed quit a falling
off In cattle receipts as compared with last,
but on the other hand arrivals have been
just about on a par with a year ago.
Desirable fat cattle that Is, cattle having
weight, flesh and quality have been very
active sellers all this week, with price
during the flrst half of the week tending
upward quite rapidly. During the lott.-r
half of the week there was no quotable
advance, but gains made earlier were fairly
well maintained, so that t the close of
the week the market on good to choice
beeves Is lSMc higher than the close of
last week. On the other hand the light
and medium cattle which were selling very
high a week or two ago, as thy were being
purchased largely by packer In place of
cows and heifers, have declined 52V(
during the week. The drop In price on thi
kind of cattle 1 due to the fact that a
usual at this setson Texas cattle ore be
! coming quite plentiful
at Chicago and at
southern market points and these cattle
ar taking the place of the light corn
No change look place In the market on
cow and helMrs during th week, th
packers being out of th market left a
limited demand, with the result that tre
trade on most, day of the week coull
hardly be called a market. Receivers of
both cows and heifers were foroed to work
very hard In order to unload suppllc and
It was rather a question of securing a
buyer than a question of price. ('Mil tho
deadlook between sellers and packer 1
aettled It would be far bettor to keep the
cows and heifers at home.
Nn stockers or feeder of ny eonae.
quenu have arrived during the week, hut
what lew put in an appearance niei wun
quite ready sale t good strong prleea
Av. ft. N. AT. Ir.
8 80 S 4 tl 8 71
1 M 10 4 lie I 71
1 319 6 10 1 171 6 78
8TOCKKRS AND FEEDERS.
1 10 4 o
HOGS First bids this morning wer a
little lower than yesterday and a few sold
that wav. but as It became apparent that
theie waa a ery active demana the market
tirtned m. becoming strong to a
higher than yesterday. The great big bulk
of the hogs soid a little better than yes
terday, taking the market back to about
where It was on i nursoay. wnen the
trade was once under way It wss so active
that everything In sight changed hands In
a very few minutes. The most of th hogs
sold at $'i.87MN 92H. with a top at $4.06.
lesterday the bulk of the hogs went at
Receipts of hogs (his week have shown
a considerable falling off a compared with
a year ago. i n marsei nas nuctuatea
back and forth within narrow llmlta, but
at the close or tn weea
oc higher than one week
Is a good strong
. . f)
. . in
8 17 H
4 . .
40 I mi
... t H
... i to
I bi ..
IJO A M
940 I M
I M 4j
I 17 W
I 17 VI
81IKF There were no freeh receipt
sheep thi morning Th arrival for
ok b.ve been about on a oar with
week before nd more than double tl
re-ord of yenr ao In nrlcllllon to the
odds and ends of f.l stock usually romlrg
at this s.'nson of the ver there has been
a sprinkling of weslrrn wethers The,
market as a whole has he-n devoid of new
or Interesting festurrs What llttl fed
stuff has hern received has sold nt about
the same prlrrs fmni ilv to day On the
other hand wretrrn wethrrs. which stsrted
In at very high prices curly In th week,
have sold off a little. This' does tiolvs'g
nlfy anything, ns the niarki-t on grsss stuff
had not yet hern established, snd as the
demand was very good It wss onlv natural
that the flrst receipts should have sold
Considering the season of th yesr th
mnrket as a whole has been entirely atl
factory to sellers.
CIIICAfiO l it K STOCK M ARKICI
tattle and Sheep Pteady Uon Flv
CHICAGO. June 23. CATTLE Receipt ,
2") head: mnrket steady; beeves. I4.!tvir?0;
cows. $1 7h?c4.7T; heifers, $2 76ft.4i; calves,
$o.i4l7 .00; good to prim steeds, l&.TTiiUT.';
poor to medium. $4.04j6 10; stockers and
feeders. $2 SHir IS.
HOGS Receipt. 14.000 head; msrkat 80
low er; light. $4.0041. 26; mixed, $ 900 90;
heaj li.7Ve,l; rough. $V7ffi .; pigs.
Sfii'G(in; gi.ol to choice heavy, $60ScH.l9:
bulk of sales. 80fvfi m.
SHKtT ANl I.A MPS Receipts, 3.000
head; market steady; native and western,
4 0'i.,i6; vearlin. $fi iiT7.00; lamb. $i.7i '
"7.86; western, $o.7;ifi1.50.
Kanan City l ive Stock Market.
KANSA8 CITY. Mo., June 22. CATTL1C
Receipts. 1.7P0 head, Including 400 s.nith
rma; market steadv. Choice export and
dressed beef bIpts. $8.006.76; fair to good,
$.COuil.OO; western fed slcers, K 60;
stockers and feeders, $3.2504 76; southern
steers, $3 10,,6 6': southern cows, $2.0047" 60;
native cows, I2ZW.WI native heifers. 13.71
6610; bulls, $2.;6fi4.; calves, $3 60(uS.75. Re
ceipts for the week, fArioO hesd.
HilfiS- Receipts. S.oon head: market
te.idy. Top, I'l OTH; bulk of nles, $6 9t
Jiil 06; heavy, $S9ivri.00; packers, $6 4?4;
light, $6.0txfjffi.O7H: pigs. $5.oii4i5.00. Receipt
for the week. rtS.floO head.
FHKF.P AND LAMPS Receipts n
hesd: mnrket steady. Lambs, $7.26'77 8T;
ewes and yearlings, $o.omn(.u(i; Texas clipped
yenrllnts. $;.('v)i( a; Texas clipped sheep.
$4.7MIfi2S; stockers and feeders. $3.6OV0i).
Receipts for the week, 31. i head.
nt. l.onla l ive Stock Market.
ST. LOT'lS. June 2?. CATTLP5 Receipts,
1,8110 head. Including 900
Including 900 Texans. Market
for natives stencly; Texans e
tive shipping and export steers, $6 loitf
(.76; dressed beef and butchers steers. $4 16
(US. 90; stevrs under 1,000 pounds, $4.404.8fi;
I stockers and feeders, (3.00414.86; cows and
heifers. $?.8M6 SO; canners, ft4V92.; bulls.
$2.76(174 80; calves, $4 one'ii fO; Texas and In
dian steer. 12.7Mi6.76: cow and heifers.
HOGS Receipts, 6,5"0 hesd; market 80
lower. Pigs and lights, $3.7fiUOV: packers,
$5,764)4.05; butchers and best heavy, $6.08
8H1CEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 40 hed;
market steady. Native .mutton. $3.ii634.86:
lambs. $3"fv,i7.A; culls and buck. $1.6ud
3.60; stockers. $3.756.70.
New York Live tock Market.
NEW Y0ORK. June U.HEKVE8 Re
ceipts. 1.000 head; nothl;ig doing: nonilnallv
steady for good beevoe; dressed beef slow
at yesterday" quotations, SHGlOc:. Ex
port. 700 cattle and 6,060 quarter of
CALVES Receipts, none and nothing
doing. Dressy! calves, quiet, steady; city
dressed veals, 7VWllc per pound; country
jSHEEP AND LAMH9- Receipts. 3.11T
head; sheep steady; lambs more active,
with good stock. 1541.2;" higher, quality con
sidered; some sales. 3Rc Higher: medium
and good' sheen, $4(lot4.75; common to
prime lambs, $6.7&i9,fl 9o; one car at $7 26.
HOGS Receipts, 1,164 head; market nom
t. Joseph I.I to toek Mifkft.
ST. JOSKPH. Mo., June 22 OATTI.E
Receipt a, 644 head; market steady. Native.
$46700; cow and heifer. $rbiyu6;
lookers ond feeders, $3 'MiHM.
HOGS Receipts, 8,312 head; market
steady to 2Ho lower. Top, K.02V; bulk of
Manx City I.ivc Rtork Mark.
SIOUX CTTT. la.. June S.(Speclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, SOO head; mar
ket steady; beeves, $6.0tfi1!.40; cows, bulla
and mixed, $3.2VS5.00; stocker and feeder,
$4.01(4.60; calves and yearlings, $3.26$4.2&.
HOGS Receipts, 6.C0 head; market lo
lower, selling at $5.7OS8.40; bulk of a1ea,
Stock In Blgkf.
Receipt of live stock -at th all princi
pal western market yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
south omaha l.vt
Kansas City L7U0
St. Joseph 644
St. Louis 1,300
.(.061 43.771 $.eJ
St. I.)iila General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Jun B.-WHF1AT-Hlghr!
track No. 2 red, cash, 92c: No. i hard. It
fl9f,o; July, 90Sc; September, 92 Ho.
CORN-Weak; track No. 2 cash, 24W$s
July, 61c; September, 62Vo; No. 1 white,
IP 4,iu -53 Vic
OATS Higher; track No. 1 cesh, 4oj
July, 44o; September, 88c; No. 2 white,
FLOUR Steady. Red winter patent.
$4.40Q4.1Ti; extra fancy and straight, 11.700
4.20: clear, $2.8008.20.
SIORD TIMOTHY-Steady; $3.004.00.
COR NMFAL Steady; $2.70.
BRAN Weak; sacked east track, 9&f?07e.
HAY Steady; timothy, $17.06'J1.
IRON COTTON TIE8-$1.09.
B A GOING 110.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: Jobbing,
$18.20. Lard, higher; prim steam, $8.26.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra short,
$9.87H; Her ribs $9.S7H: fliort clears, $9 28.
bacon, stesdy; boxed extra short. $10. .
clear ribs, $10 26; short clears, (10.12H.
POULTRY Firm; chickens. 10c; sprtags.
lie: turkey, 12c; ducks, 8c; geese, 60.
lU'TTKR Firm; creamery, ir28o.
EGGS Steady, 11c case count.
Kansas City Grain anal Provfalona.
r i v c i citv i,i.. a .wuwiT t . . ,
it September, B8V; December, 9001
caHh, No. l hard, 8709,c; No. 1, iw9uo; No.
1 red, siA90c; No. 8, WKtH"-
CiRN July, 49Vo; September. 48'ic; De
cemlier, 48Ue- easli. No. 1 mixed, 60'S61cj
No. 1. 49-VC&0o; N. 1 white, 62 Wo; No. 3.
OATS-No. 1 whit. 4V047o; No. $ mixed.
HAY Btoadv: timothy. Il(.00ai6.50l
prs trie, $10 75ffH.Og.
HIITTKR Creamery, 22c; parking, Ide.
I u'V , m nti an nrai
Corn, bu 17!ouo 4fi'(iCM
Oata, bu 10.000 11,000
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MJI.WAVKEK, June 22. WHKAT
Steady; No. 1 northern. $1.02Vgl n$; No. 1
northern. '.iol&$l.ni ; September, 991gni9i0.
RVK Firmer; No. 1. 8787V-HARLBY-JCasler;
No. 1, 7iWc: sampl.
tuHN-HtfiOy: mo. i casn, uaoiutoc: svso-
Liverpool (train Market.
UVERIWIL June t?.-WHlAT-apot.
steadv; No. 1 red western winter, 6s 19Hd;
No. 1 California, fi lid. Futures, qukit;
July, Galled; September, 7 11 'il , Decem
CORN-Spot. firm: Jless dried, is Id: old.
northern, 6s 3d. Futures, dull; July, 4
UVbd; September. 4s 1074.d.
Peatrla Market. '
PEORIA. June 22.-CORN L'nchanged j
No. 1 yellow and No. 1. 62c; No. 4. iifeo;
no grade. 44'3?.Oc
OATS-Strong; No. I white. 46fr47c: No.
1 white. 46,714ii,lc; No. 4 white. iVuMyi.
RYl'. Nerulnnl; No. 1, tKVfci(o.
WHISK T-11 31.
Dalntk Grain Market.
DULUTIT. June 22 WH RAT No. 1
northern. 9r-ii6c; No. 1 mrthern. 978c;
.Inly. DKW; September. Wae; December.
OATS On tree,, ixvjc; jun. 4Bc.
Philadelphia Prndnew Market.
PHILADELI'HIA. June 22 EGOS
Steady, fair demand; western firsts, fre
cases. 11c at mark.
CHF.P-flrVFlrm. but quiet; Kew Tork
full cream. UVJlttsO.
Mlaneapolla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jun 22 FLOUR First
raiamts, $4 96J6.tt; second patents. UM' J
V0; flrst cUars, $3.66;$.6; suuiid stsata,
$3. 71-3 lit.
UKAH-lu bulk, Hi.50JU.74
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