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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY.- APRIL 21, 1000.
REAL ESTATE! DKAI.F.RO.
(VM.KLP REAL ESTATE CO., " Pexton
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' ITV PHOPERTY FOR. SALE)
Midway between Omaha and South Omaha,
on 8. 13th Bt. car line. Pour blocks aouth
of RlverVlew Park. '
. LARGE LOTS
with Wide streets and alleys. Ail lota on
nle grade. Every lot desirable and sightly.
V.THICES AND TERMS
Price range - from $136 to $500. Tertna:
One-fifth cash, balance tio per month.
SALESMEN ON GROUND
Iw(weer) 1' and i p. m. or any other time by I
DtKilntment. Phone South 882. or Doualaa
appointment, Phone south wz, or Douglaa
McCAdUE INVESTMENT CO.
Phone, Douglaa 415.
OW 3nth Ave. between Poppleton Ave. and
WoolWorth Ave. we have a new 8-room
thorougblyv modern home, finished In oak
througho ut on flrat floor. 'larae Uvlna? room I
Wltn tncK rirepjace. seata. ate, 4 good bed-
rooma ana rear Bleeping porch, large attic.
'I at em In kitchen and Immiirv r.vrvthin
' ,' ' 4M Board of 'Trade Bldg.
. Phone Douglaa 1610.
. . , . (19-fi0 21
FARNAM ST. PROPERTY
n-atnry atone-and brick building, with full
wrnr lot near cKy ball, $106,000.
Improved, small piece of ground pear old
u, ,q. pang, u,uw.
"2V$ feat near 22d and Farnam. $250 a foot,
:u .reii iron a per cent Jiei Daais.
110 feet near 22d and. Farnam, $2M a foot;
wuuia ,jBonaioer lenaing u d or iu years.
. : ' , ii
13S 'feet nesr 24th And Farnam, $3,500;
some improvement -t
7 feet (partially hiiilroved), 22d and Far
' HARRISON & MORTON
; BEMIS PARK BARGAINS
. -trr&O-Ah extra? Well tullt. modern house
In . Hemis Park, wifh large aouth front lot
on boulevard; all public Improvements In;
owner going to California and will sell
house for what 4t-will bring. Terms can
JM.Trio ous ,,of the most- com fort aWe,
signviy.. nomea on nawmorne Ave., Bemla
Park: rooma.. hardwood finish: all mod
ern conveniences: saved atreet: Dermanent
walks, forest treea and beautiful lawn; 128
leet front: easv terma If desired: must Vw
sold at once, aa owner haa bought a smaller
noma, ana wants to move immediately
. J. H. DUMONT & SON,
.. Phona Douglaa WO. 1605 Farnam St.
LIST your property with Cbrla Boyer, Kd
ana cumlng sts. (1) a
ii9 North 36th Bt.;- a -room. aii modern,
tew nouae; lull baaerrient and aplendid fur-
nace. i'rlce. $2,860. and a snao.
Wig Boyd St.; 6-room cottage; built two
years? ia modern except heat; haa a large
lot;' In on the hill; hoath front; two blocks
This la a bargain at $2,500. . Can make
W. S. FRANK,
' 'Both' Fhpnes.' . ' '' '' til Neville Blk.
.. '.' ' - " (19) MiiO 22
. .; $3,000115 X. 28th Ave.
Jiist finished; 7 rooma; ' built in flrst
claaa .'manner; maple floors and birch fin
ish; cemented cellar with floor drain and
fine, furnace; large floored attic; combina
tion, light fixtures: cement walks will be
laid this week. This is a showy house
ana. should be seen to be appreciated. In
ajuira 787 OapUiil Ave. or Tel. D. 733. No
ammlaslon. added to price: 19) MK28 23x
. SPLENDID MODERN HOME
At .low prk'e. -on LaFayelte Ave., near 41s(
. Hi., pnved and paid for. South front, fine
terrace, -la wn. trees, cement walks. 7
rooms. : laundry in - basement, cistern,
. neautirnr -lopatinn. near car. w nav
: yau- to Investigate If you want a GOOD
home In desirable location. Tel. Harney
"y, . n:')-Mm 73
ON Wnney Ht'. J'ist a step to lath. rooms
monern except neai. rrtce Cl.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.
. . . lull '4 N. Y. Life Bldg.
rnone iej iws.. Omaha, Nab.
open nruiiii.,,, v
(19) 467 21
i SOUTH 81 DK HOME
. at k-1 Pine atreet.
rstlhuie. reception hall, parlor, sitting
room, dining room and kitchen, lavatory on
rirai iioor; ovo rooma ana bath upstairs;
stairway io iioorea attic; not water heat;
nouae 2 years old large baaement with sep
arate laundry room lathed and plastered,
outside rellarway; house la back plastered
oak finish and oak floors: lot 6oxl30; paving
all paid for. An Ideal home at leis than
. ," H. GATES. Ada Agent.
, 8)7 . Y. Ufe. Tlione C. 2M.
' - - . - . (19) H03 22
MAKE OFF KR WORTH II mo
1-story, 8-room frame, on Sherman Ave.
Strict! modern, finished In quarter-sawed
oak down, and hard oil upstairs. Paved
street, .cement walka. large lot, shade,
Some, casit and easy terms.
' HARWOOD HARWOOD, '
' Bulb. .'Phones. 41 Bee Bldg.
.fcROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
' near 2ath and Davenport kit.
. ... Easy terms.
f . O, N1ELSKN.
i N.' Y. Life Bldg. Both 'Phones.
(ID) all 22
WE WILL BUILD TOD A HOME TO
SUIT; have lots near Hanscom park; al.o
lots in north end. all convenient to car
lines, ' water,- sewer, etc. Take your
t hou .
-NOWATA LA ND AND LOT CO.
Suit s'4 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Phone Red 19. Omaha, Neb.
HOMES IN BENSON Part cash; balance
iu aa rent. W. K. lanon. EX s. Or-
poanaae Ave.. Benson, lei Benson bit
(ID at 799 A JO
LAKOB . urw mad. i-r. cottage, cor. lot
lue 1 1. two blocks from car Una; lnuna-dtate-
Doaaaaalxii: mat a home on easy pay
ment front the ownsr. Doug. M53 or even
ing Web. 4a. ' Mil
..ft -. 1W TOT? HAVE
Ckr property, (arms, ranch lands or mer.
rbandlae ta sell or trade, list them with
ma. It coots ynu aothlng unless I effect a
Ml. V. w. MsHbsil, m ltd. TO bldg
CITY PROPERTY FOR. "A I.E.
WORTH LOOKING AT
$200 rash, tnkea a B-room. nearly new houa
not far from good rar line.
buys a -ronm house at 30th and Franklin.
buy a H-mom modern house wllh tint water
heat, near Corby and Sherman Ave.
$ rash taken this modern 6-room house.
near Burt and Boulevard.
for a BRAND NEW 8-room house In Hernia
Park district, modem. oak finish, excrp-
tlonally well built. Owner will occupy
aoon If not aold.
Finest home In Hanscom Park neighbor
hood, 10 rooma and modern.
I . Make appointment to look at these.
DARLING & DARLING
A BT'SINESS LOT
on Cuming St.. only $700.
P. O. NIELSEN.
708 N. T. Life Bldg. Both .'Phones.
DON'T BE FOOLED
These people who advertise a ownera
and tell you that you can nave commission
l? buying of the owner are trying to fool
you WHO m,IUT oMAH A? Look at our
list; then compare "ownera price.
NOWATA LAND LOT CtA,
Suite 524 N. Y. Ufa Bldg..
'Phone Ked 1999. Omaha, Neb.
Open Evenlnga. U9)-M596 23
BOULEVARD HOUPE. 1248 North lth St.
rooma, modern, only 12,600. ihoraii
Brennan, room 1 New York Ufa Bldg.
NEW. 7 rooma. very choice, Bemla Park
district C. M. Rich. 320 -N. Y. Lire.
D 3023. A 3233. (19)-M960
6 ROOM 8. modern except heat; could fin
Ish two more rooma in second siory. ioc
6(1x133, one block from car line. Brand
new. A very desirable home. Terms
reasonable, price $2,350.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY,
nu"' " '
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l,rir. roTlTf ir,.S h..,.r.it
List your property with us ror sale or
exchange. Walnut and Orchard Hills
Realty Co.. 4010 Hamilton St. 'Phonet
Harney 1766: Ind.. B-184Z 19 lb
REAL ESTATE '
FARM AND HANOI USU FOR 9 ALB
COLORADO IRRIGATED SNAP.
40 acres joining townaite. twelve miles
from Denver; fruit anil vegetable land
Ilea beautifully; fine view of the moun
talna; Ideal for home or investment. This
will be aold at one-half lla present value
If at once.
NATIONAL. INVESTMENT CO.,
6S3 Brandcls Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
MIAMI VALLEY. .
We make a specialty of Irrigated -fruit
tracts, farm lands and stock ranches
In Colorado and Now Mexico. - We have
specially good offerings In the Miami
valley, near Springer, New Mexico, of
farms and ranches.
JOSBPH It) WELL ft CO.,
281-1 Coronado Bldg., Denver, Colo.-
HAVE four choice Missouri farms. In
t client neighborhood, within twenty-five
miles ot Kansas city; prices low. Keny
& Kelly, TopekH, Kan, (W Mffll' Zix
DEAR MR. FARMER
Can you raise EIGHT CROPS OF AL
FALFA veaiOv and sell It for $12.60 a ton
Also TWO CROPS OF CORN? Can you
raise oranges, lemons ana oiner semi
tropical fruits? NO! But you can In the
' YAQUI VALLEY,
Honors. Mexico, on main line of 8. P. Ry
fronting west on Oulf of California. Fine
climate, good markets at hand, paying bl
prices. 400.W0 acrea under irrigation.
If you want to buy this land at $2fi a
acre In five yearly payments. Including per
petual water right, act now. ana joi
NKWtA.1KA AIS1J IOWA
Excursion May 4. W rite for particulars.
Hackett-Stillman Land Co. Acts
I M v . . ... ..,,.. "
S21-23 N. Y. Life. Omaha. Neb. Doug. 39'
(ai) nu :o
For G40-Acre Homesteads
In western Nebraska; 160-acre homesteads
in South Dakota; deeded lands cheap.
PL RDY & BA1RD.
937 NEW YORK LIFE, OMAHA.
(20) M634 21 X
640-ACRE homesteads; cheap relinquish
ments. J. Berxina, W hitman. Neb.
(20) M401 MayUx
FORTUNES IN FRUIT LANDS
Arcadia Is a 10.000-acre tract of the finest
orchard landa In the northwest, located In
Spokuna and Stevens ccuntlea, Washing
ton. A great Irrigation canal hus been
built through the tract and the Innd Is
being planted to apple treea. Arcadia will
be ripcrated as a great commercial orch
ardthe laraest In the world. As soon as
the treea come to bearing the land will be
worth from $1.two to $3.mio an acie and the
fruit yield will be from $J00 to $l,.VO Hn
acre. The company Is capitalised on the
basis of $1,000 per acre. Two-fifths of the
at' ck la preferred, it; sued In shares of $100
each, bearing 4 per cent Interest and shar
ing with the common mock tn all the
profits of the company. The preferred
tock may also be exchanged for land at
any time. A limited amount of preferred
stock la offered to the public at $50 a
share. The Investment Is based on real
estate and la absolutely safe: profits
based on fruit yield made certain by irri
gation. Large Illustrated prospectus free uf"n ap
ARCADIA ORCHARDS COMPANY.
R. CJ, Hyde Blk.. Spokane, Waah.. I'. S. A
1.UI Ain.l .IX
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C
Prince Rupert Terminus of Grand Trunk
I Tat lfic. First ufficial auction sale of lots
commences May :.- at Vancouver. . c.
Terms, quarter cash. For maps, etc., write
C. D. Rand. Agent for Government and
Railway. ancouver. n. c. (ji aihii l-hx
Farsa aad Raack Laad.
FREE RENT of 2o to 30 acres in exchange
for care una raising a crop oi oais. men
millet cn another tract equal size: both
on edge ot Omaha. 1201 Karnani St.
(15) MtvS n
WANTED City loans. Petera Trust Co.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Room 4U-1S rirai ru nana niag.
Bell 'phone Douglas 2318. (2?)-td
WANTED City loana and warrants. W.
Farnam Sinu.i ai co., r arnam Bl.
PRIVATE money to loan. 1. H. Sherwood,
alt Brandela Bldg. (22) 441
PAYNE. BOBTWICK CO.. N. T. Ufa.
Prtvst money; $ju0 to $1,0U0; low rata
klONET TO BUILD,
fftfa to ;tv.ou at current ratea.
W. H 1 HOMAal. tug First Nat I Bank Bllg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOWE8T RATE-BemI, Braadets Bldg
lino TO Jioooo made prnmMly. F. D. Wead,
Wead mag.. ism ana Firnim. '"VM
riVK PER CENT MONEY
ta loan on
Omaha Buslnrss Property.
Room 1. Nasr York Life Bldg.
8W0 TO $5,000 on homea In Omaha. O'Keefa
Ileal Estate -o iuu . . iiie. iong.
or A-I1M. iXD-W
$600 to $200,000, lowed rates, no delay.
airvln Bros.. 1604 Farnam. (B)-Mk
MONEY TO LOAN-Payoa Inveatment Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS for a 5-room house, a
S-room house and a couple ot varani lota
NOWATA LAN1 AND LOT COMPANY,
Suite 24 N. Y. Lire Bldg., omana.
Phone Red 19V9. Open Evenings.
Wanted, to Buy,
We havo buyers for following properties.
Give full description and cash price. About
two to five acres. Benson or Florence.
Six-room modern house, south of Vinton
between 1th and 20th Sta. N
Five or six room house, small payment
down, balance monthly.
Eight 'or nine mom modern house, Bemjs
Linahan Realty Co.
832 N. Y. Life Bldg.
(23) Miitfl 22
WANTED To buy for cash, a lot In or
near iietms t'ark: must be east or south
front. Address Y ,5, care Bee.
(25) MS7 21
NEW furnaces, hot. water and hot air com
ninaiion nesting, i ana -noie launary
hot water heaters, mantle grates, gas
atovea repaired, water fronts and flower
vases. Omaha Siove Kenan- works. 1206
1208 'Douglaa St. 'Pfconea Ind. A-3W1;
Weil. Douglaa eo. z
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothes ana snoes. Tel. Doug. 89L
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture.
carpela, atoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug,
640Z, () Ml
The Practical Auctioneer. 843 N. Y. Life.
STANDARD upright piano.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED to rent May 1. 6 or 6 room mod
em house. Must be In good neighbor.
hood. Will lrase for year. References.
No children. State terms. Y 162. Bee.
WANTED By single man, room with or
without board, In or near Bemls park
Address, with full particulars, 7K N. Y
Life Bldg., or 'Phone Douglas 1569.
(25) MS91 22
WANTEM furnished rooms. May 1; Loth
rop school dlatrlct. L. K. Vorce, 1824 Bin
ney St. (26)-469 20
WANTED Two furniahed housekeeping
rooms by couple. No children: state price
and full particulars In answer. Address
H 34S. care of Bee.' (26 Mfilo 22x
WANTED By a Filipino boy a place to
work ror noara wnue attending Boylea
Bus ncsa college. Hest or recommenda
tion. Address 'Fermi n Gamn, Crawford
Neb. (27) M395 25x
WANTED A position In a furniture atore
had a years experience and can glv
good references. Address H 314, care Bee,
(Z7) M07S 3BX
JAPANESE wants situation aa cook
waiter, porter and house cleaning. Write
please, H. N., 411 N. 20th St.. South
Omaha, (21) M677 23x
BUNDLE washing to take home. "Phone
Webster 2831. (7) M 590 23
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED
at the office of J. C. Simpson, secre
tary, Dea Moines, Iowa, for the erection
of a steel construction fireproof grand
stand, to he constructed on the Iowa
State Fair Grounds. Bids will be received
on the entire work complete, and also
separately on the steel work, mason work,
grading and plumbing. All bids are to be
In on or before 12 o'clock noon of the 29th
of April, 1909, and shall be accompanied
with a certified check of B per cent of the
amount ot the hid, as a guarantee that
the bidder will enter Into contract. If re
quired to do so, and give a good aurety
bond of 40 per cent of the amount of his
contract, for the faithful performance of
tho same. Approximate estimate of
quantities: Grading, 20,000 yards; brick
work. 800 M; cut atone, 1,140 cubic feet;
reinforced concrete floors, 80.ono cubic
feet; cement walks and curb, 80,000 feet;
steel work, 977 tons. All work to be" com
plete on or before the 14th of August,
199. Plans may be Been at the office of
Secretary Simpson, or at the office of
Oliver O. Smith, architect. S00 Youngerman
Bldg., on and after April 10th.
NOTICF, TO - CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received by the Ne
braska State Board of Public Ijunds and
Buildings at the office of George C. Jun
kln. secretary of atate.- state bouse. IJtn-
coln, Nebraska, on Tuesday, May 11. liKlp.
until 11 o'clock a. m.. for the i onstrti. . ion
of a live stock Judging coliseum (pavilion)
175 feet long bv liOO feet wide, on ihe Ne
braska State Fair grounds, near Lincoln.
Plans, specifications and details can be
seen at the offices of the secretary of
atate and the State Board of Agriculture In
in' state nnuse. uncoln; and also at tha
office of The Twentlelh Century Farmer.
Room 1, Bee Building, Omaha. Each bid
must be made to the Board of Public
Lands and Buildlnga, and be accompanied
by a certified check, payable to the order
of aaid board, for two (2) per cent of the
bid, as a guarantee that a contract will
be entered Into, in case of the acceptance
f the bid. The hoard reserves the rlaht
reject any and all bids. All Dronoaula
must be made fully In accordance with the
blank form hereto attached to the specifi
cations. GEORGE C. JUNK1N. Secretary
Board of Publio Landa and Buildings.
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF AND MUTTON
Omaha, Neb., April 19. )9it. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, for furnishing and de
livering fresh beef and m-uton required
during six months beginning July 1, l'Ji9,
In accordance with speclflcatior.a and cond'-l'.-n
set forth In Circular No. 4, War le
pariment. Office of the Commlssarv Gen
eral. Washington. D. C. March 27, 19t. will
he received at this office until 11 o'clock
a. in., May 19. 19u. for the following posts,
vis.: Forts Crook, Omaha and Robinson,
Neb.; Fort Dea Moinea, la.; Forta Leaven
worth. Riley and Military Priaon at Fort
Ijeuvenwortl), Kan.; Jefferson Barracks,
Mo.: Forts D. A. Russell and Mac Kenne,
Wyo., and Fort Meade, 8. D. Information
and blank proposals will be furnished on
application to the commissaries of the re.
spectlve posts or to undersigned. Envelopes
containing proposal should be marked
"Proposala for beef aikd- mutton, to be
opened May 19. 1909 " and addressed to the
undemlgned. F. F. Eastman, IJeut. Colonel,
D. C. O , v. . Army. AiD-ao-M-x: M1&-17
CHIEF QUARTERMASTERS OFFICE
Omaha. Nebraska. March 22, 19t - Sealed
proposala, in triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received here until 10 a.
m., central atandard time. April 22, 1900.
for furnishing transportation, drayaga, and
fur handling atores In Department of the
Missouri, during tha year commencing July
1. 1M4). I'niled State reserves the right to
reject or accept any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Information furnished on ap
plication Envelopes containing rcopoaals
should be marked "Proposal for Transpor
tation on Route No.." and addressed to
major d. e. McCarthy, c. q m.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
O. A. Llndqtiest and wife to t. Oeorge
cariberg. lot vii, txcm i. urines
8. Wright and wife to John Llnd-
gren, part lot 2. block 49. alley...
H. S. Raymond and wife to J. J.
Chambers, part nw sw-4 K-lft-13. .
Van Hant Land Co. to Clara B.
Thomaa. lot k. blm-k 1. Cartlisae
Parkway Real Estate Co. to Charles
K Thomas, lot 18. block CI, Orand
W. A. Elklna and wife to Maya
I.ytle. rM feet of lot 14. block 4,
Thomas F. Boyle and wife to A. E.
Wolcott. lot 3. Olenwood-llelghts...
Sarah B. Reynolds to Elkn M. Car-
leton, trustee. wllO feet lots 33 and
34. block 1. Hlmebaugh'a add
Frank Revlek and a'lfo to Robert E.
Blosxlra and wlfo, lot 16, block 1,
Van Camn's add
J. C. Davis, executor, to Hugh Mc-
Caffrey, lot IS, block 8, Briggs
I'lace . a ..
Catherine E. Hoys to M. T. Roys,
lot II. block 8. Patrick's 2d
A. A I-anioreaux and wife to D. W.
Merrow, lot 5,. block 26. and other
Reserve. Realty Co., to Peder Chris-
tenaeit. lot 4. block 7, Hitchcock a
C. W.' Sears and wife to II, (1.
Boesch. lot 4. block 2. Dworak's ad.
National Life Insurance Co. to Anna
E. Gunther. lot 42. Stewart's Place..
Robinson A Wolf to A-. t. Welnsteln
lots 7 and 8. block 1. Hillside No. 2
William Oaslln to Christine Staeker,
lot 8. block 13, Myeta, Richards &
Harry G. Jordan and wife to M. C.
Peters Mill Co., lot 10, block 7, and
lot 12. block 16. South Omaha
A. O. Welnsteln to Joseph B. Robin
son et al. n22 feet of lot 9. and all
lot 10. block 8. E. V. Smltha add...
Gtiatav Hahn and wife to Lmjra B.
woods. s40 feet of lot 15. block fi.
Hanscom Place . 1.400
Otto Bell and wife to Sarah J. Swen-
son, lot 11. block Q. Lowe's ...
Margaret C. Williams and husband to
Charles L. Mickey, lot 15, Daven
Edward DeWItt Patton and wife to
Dorothea K. Person, lot 2. block 26.
Martha E. Alsworth and husband to
Hans C. Peterson, nt2 feet of lot 7,
block 14. Patrick s 2d add
George A Co., to J. J. Gillin, lot 2,
block S. Upton Place i
D. a. Hopper and wife to J. C. Rob
inson Seed Co., lot 8 and part 7,
block 11, Waterloo
Fanny C. 8peh and husband to F. C.
v heelock. H interest In eoo feet lot
5. block 3. Forest HU1
Storx Brewing company to Independ
ent Realty Co., lot 3, block 8. Baker
Place, and lota 23 and 24, block 2,
Gate City Park
George Meurlch to Elizabeth Meu-
rleh. lot 1. block 1. Qulnn's add ..:.
Shlmer & Chase Co. to Olaf Ander
son, part lot 6, block 11, Boulevard
Byulevard Park Improvement Co. to
tfhimer Chase Co.. part same
Edward W. Iloman to Christian Sor-
ensen, n20 acrea W49.36 acres of w'i
Michigan Mutual Life . Insurance Co.
to Edward W. Homan. same
State National Bank to Nellie Bra-
til, lots 130, 131, Lenox
Hastings & Heyden to Jennie Ander
son, lot 8, block 1, Floroma
Helen Kerr and husband to Otto
Kahler, n4 lot 10, block 8, Hor
bach's 2d add
George L. Foyle and wife to Jan
Blaze K, lot 2, block 104, So. Omaha 1,100
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Chicago Local all :30 am a 3:28 pm
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Chicago Local .a 4:30 pm a 9:10 am
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Dead wood-Lincoln a 3:00 pm a 6:20 pm
Casper-Lander ... J;0 pm a 6:20 pm
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Missouri Pacific t
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Council Biuffs) a 8:00 am' aU:ii pm
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Chicago Express a 7:16 am a 8:46 pm
Chicago Limited 6:00 pm a 8:30 am
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Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
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a Daily, b Daily except Sunday, a bun
day only, d Dally except Saturday.
D. C. SCOTT; D.V.S.
(Successor to Dr. H. L Ramacclottl )
AMXSTTAjrT 8TTATB YSTUniAU
Offlo aad Hospital.' S810 Mason
Call a Promptly Answered at All Honra.
FAITH IN GENERAL SCOTT
Letter Written in 1861 Showi How
Union Belied on Him.
OMAHA MAN HAS THE EPISTLE
H. I,. Chad nick's Father Prophesied
that Old Mealcaa Wr Wtrrsa
Woald Lead Federal Troops
H. L Chadwick. 14 Arlington block.
Omaha, haa a letter dated Washington,
May 24, 18X1, which was written by his
father, Samuel Chadwick, to a friend, E. 8.
Moore, Three Rivers, Mich., giving him
a description of conditions at the" scat ot
government at that time, about the time
of tho beginning of the civil war, and tell
ing rather Impressively of the tragic death
of Colonel Ellsworth. Mr. Chadwick waa
then In the government service at Waah
Ington and later was adjutant of the
Eleventh Michigan, and still later recruited
tha Twenty-eighth Michigan after' the
battle of Chlckamagua. His letter reflects
the serene confidence In the onion army
under General Scott, but la not prophetic
aa to the latter.
Here is the context of the letter:
WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON,
May 24, IKtll. Hon. E. 8. Moore. Three
Rivers. Mich. Dear Sir; Thinking that
perhaps you would be glad to hear from
the "seat of war." I will pen a few of the
Incident; transpiring In and around the
capital of the nation.
These are Irdeed stirring times. The
wholo power of the government la engaged
to put down this unholy strife. This par
ticular department more than any other Is
overrun with business. Dispatches are ar
riving every minutn detailing the operation
of our own aa well as the enemy's army.
I am In the chief clerk a room and have
charge of the filing and answering of some
of the many dispatches received.
A telegraph machine Is operating on my
table and us one dispatch after another Is
received, hand It Immediately to the-secretary
of war, who Is Indefatigable and hard
at work from morning till night, and even
Into . the dark hours and till almost day
light, till tired nature demands a respite.
Our armv has finally commenced Its ad
vance Into the enemy's country. Last night
about 1 o'clock Colonel Ellsworth, with his
"pet lambs," started with four field pieces
to take Alexandria, about aix miles from
Stop! A message comes In with the report
that arter tne surrender or Aieinnurm
lint was fired from the roof of an adjoin
Ins buildlns and the gallant Colonel Ella
worth was shot dead on the spot. Not a
gun was fired In taking the city, as all
were quietly reposing, adoui irni"-
Uns were taken prisoners and 4.000 stand
of arms. This is a great victory, but the
fall of Colonel Ellsworth casts a gloom
over ull lla was a areat favorite of all
the officers of the government and 111a
loss can't be easily supplied. Ills men will
be avenged to a certainty. General Butler
will march on Norfolk Immediately. In
fact before this teaches you, l nless some
tilings shall happen to the contrary yuu
will have the news by telegraph.
At other noints operations will commence
and an active campaign be opened. The
result, of course, will be victory at every
st-p. General Scott, the gallant old veteran
who never made a single military mistake
In his life, has arranged this matter with
a skill unparalleled, and after all la gained
and the giorintia Stars and Stripes float
again triumphantly over every slate In
the union, lie will go down to his grave
with more glory than has ever fallen to
the lot of any mortal being.
8uch Is a brief history of operations here.
You get more by telegraph from Qther
parts of the union than we do here, ex
cept such as passes through thla depart
ment, which la secret. This Is known to
us In the Immediate vicinity of the tele
graph operator, but time will give It, with
all particulars, to the country. 1 should be
glad to hear from you If your time is not
too much occupied, and l will post you
occasionally as I have time. Yours truly,
V. B. : 'lf there Is anytiiing you thnk the
people would like to see In print, you are
at liberty to publish In the Chronicle over
the signature of Amertcus. '
M. W. A. HELPS ALONG FUND
Fraternal Societies and Church Cob
trlbate to the Child Bar.
South Omaha camp tip. 1095, Modern
Woodmen of America, sunt a donation of
$25 to the building fund of the Child Sav
ing Institute Monday and other fraternal
organizations have expressed Interest In
the fund, but have not contributed to date.
The St. Mary's Avenue Congragadonal
Sunday school made donation of $25. Addi
tional subscriptions received Monday were:
Previously acknowledged $50,007.41
Mrs. L. F. Crofoot 50.00
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Corliss 50.00
South Omaha No. 1095 M. W. A 25.00
Omaha Cooperage Co.; 25.00
St. Mary s Avenuo congregational
Ri'gister of Deeds office
Dr. II -A. Van Fleet
Mrs. J. M. Mackey
Baby Bob English
P: A. Peterson
Mrs. E. G. Wood
W. C. Franklin
J. H. Neaman
Minnie Ford ....
Clara Patek ....
Balance to raise, $24,775.84.
$50. 124. 16
Mashed with a Rasor,
wounded with a sun, or pierced by a .rusty
ball, Bucklen'B Arnica Salve heals
wound. Guaranteed. 25c. Fc r sale
Beaton Drug Co."
Amerlka la Agroono.
Cl'XHAVKN, April 20,-The Hambuig
Amerlcan line steamer Amerlka, from
New York, April 10, for Hamburg, Is
aground off Altenbruch, four miles south,
fiist of here. Tugs are standing by to ren
New York to Paris In 6 Day
Safety, Speed, Comfort
via Havre) to Parte, tha City Seewtlful,
Fast Trains te All Continental Points.
Gigantic twin screw express steamers sail
every Thoriday.10 A. U. They are modern won
ders, with all conveniences and luxuries of most
palatial hotels, on svaa grander Scale. Passen
ger elavatora. roof cafes, orchestras, famous
cuisine, gymnasium, dally newspaper, elegant
suites, provide greatest comfort. N aval officers,
man-o'-war discipline, wireless telegraphy, sub
marine bell signal syatam afford every provision
for absolute sstaty.
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Lb Lorraine Mar Lb Tourtln Mar t
La ProvMic May 11 L Lorraine Juu I
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H. E. Moons 1M1 ramam gtraat.
L. Khm 1st NstiBUl teak
W. It. Bock U24 faraaai StnM.
Utl TKAJT OU DATS AT BXA.
wysekly Sailing Between Montreal, Qaeboe
Two daya on the beautiful St. Lawrence
river and tne ahortast ocean route to Eu
tope. Nothing oetter en the Atlantic than our
Empresses. Wlreleee on all eteamere.
Flrat olaoa, l0 eeooad, SAO) ono elaag
Ask your ticket agent, or write for sail
IngB. rales and booklet.
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Mar be depended on because it carries goods
which have the stamp of public approval.
Made in Si. Paul by C. GOTZ1AN & CO.. since 1855.
Son, Witness for
Says Hit Boy, Backbone of Valley
Liquor Case, is Hot Strong
Valley visitors In county court yesterday
and there were a good many of them
heard a father go on the atand and swear
that his son was not worth much mentally.
It was J. E. Bnotlgrasa of Valley, who 1hu
testified for the defenso In the case of the
state against Oscar Talcott, charged with
having and keeping liquor for sale,
James Bnodgrass, the son. Is the head and
front of Elmer. Thomaa" case against Tal
cott. Peter Sawyer and Joe lOrets. flnod
grass; whose age is In dispute, but who Is
about 21, swore that he had Been men aold
liquor at the Sawyer pool hall, which Tal
cott helped conduct.
The defense Introduced a good many wit
nesses to swear that the Bnodgrass youth's
reputation for truth and veracity la at a
discount In Valley. The boy's father test
fled that his son had an Illness when he
was 6 yeara old and had not known much
A. W. Jefferls and T. A. Sullivan are
conducting the defense and W. P. Patrick
la row appearing with Thomas for tne
pr locution. The case will be continued
TAKES HORSE AND BUGGY
TO HASTEN OUT OF TOWN
Ptranarer Ordered to Leave Appropri
ates Councilman Jackson's It la;
to Helgt Him.
Bellevue authorities arrested Joe Colley
Tuesday morning for South tyma'ha. where
ha Is said to have stolen a horse belong
ing to Alma Jackson, councilman of the
Seventh ward in Omaha, and a prominent
commission man of the South Omaha ex
change. Chief of Police John Brlggn went to
Bellevue Tuesday on receipt of the news
anj brought the prisoner to South Omaha.
Mrs. Jackson and a friend drove the
horse to South Omaha and while the two
women were making a call at Twenty
sixth and Q streets Collcy took possession
of the horse and buggy and drove to La
Platte. There he tried to sell the horse at
a figure which aroused suspicion In the
mind of Fred Iske. living near a Platte.
Mr. Iskfl proposed to trudc and offered him
$5 to boot If he would go to Bellevue to get
the money. Colley refused tho trade and
Iske then aald he probably would buy the
horse at Bellevue when he got his money.
When they arrived In Bellevue lake turned
Colley- over to the town marshal.
Chief Brlgga met Joe Colley Monday on
the atreeta. and not liking his looks, told
him he'd better not hang around town.
The man In his haste to get away care
lessly made use of Mrs. Jackson's con
venient horse and buggy.
SHOWS GROWTH OF CITY
Substation K to Be Established at
Twenty-fourth and Ames Avenae
to Accommodate Pablle, f
Another substation of the Omaha Post
office ia Uncle Sam's tribute to the recent
growth of Omaha. It will be Station ill,
and will be near Twenty-fourth and Ames
For some time the question of enlarging
Station A, at Twenty-fourth and Lake, has
been up and an Inspector looked over Ihe
situation last week. As a result he recom
mends that Instead of enlarging the sub
station at Twenty-fourth and Lake another
be added at Twenty-fourth and Ames.
Seven carriers are now employed north of
Ames avenue, and the section there la
Plans for the proposed building will be
submitted to Postmaster Thomaa today.
Announcements of the Theaters.
No one' who enjoy good muaic and who
doea not should fall to visit the Orpheum
thla week. The program Is largely mu
sical In Its character and audlencea have
pronounced It the best for several weeks.
From the first number, rendered by the
Three Bohemians In Cine style, to the
comic opera. "The Naked Truth," which
haa acquired so Just a popularity, each
and every act Is first class. Frank Nel
son and his company give a fine perform
ance In "Thirty Dollars;" the Bister De
Faye have delighted all with their grace
and charm; the singing of the quartette.
The Singing Colleens, Is such aa to evoke
high praise, and Jeanette Adler, with her
picks. 1 another performer who please.
Do not forget the daily matinees, which
are becoming more popular.
The pictures of the great world' cham
pionship fight between Tommy Burns and
Jack Johnson, in which the title passed
from the white man to the black, are said
to be the finest pf the kind ever made.
The conditions for outdoor photography
on the day of the fight were perfect anJ
the result la that m splendid reproduction
of every move pf thegreat battle la clear!
and distinct. This great aerie of pictures
will be exhibited at the Boyd theater for
four nights, beginning with tonight and
running the rest of the week. It Is an
entertainment that all should aee.
It I a fortunate thing for Omaha that
Ihe successful run of "The Family" at
the Powers theater, Chicago, I Interrupted
by ths coming to that house of Ethel Bar
rymore, for It will give the people here a
chance to aee the great Davl home play,
produced under the direction of Henry Mil
ler at least a year sooner than would oth
erwise have been possible. The company
la coming to the Boyd theater, direct from
theChirago house, and will open on Sun
day night for aa engagement ot four night
k. i a
IV. ait. 4K awv I
a it t ti . 1 a v 1
and a matinee on Wednesday afternool.
The play Is one of the aerb that, appeal
to all, a clean, wholesome story of Ufa h
a little town, in which mother la the mov
ing spirit. The father, aorii grown-uj
daughter and little sister' take part, and
one other. The company f a Splendid or-'
ganlzatlon and the whole la one of tha
strongest attractions offered hererthU sea
Anyone M ay. Vote
Twice for Mayor
Or as Many More Times as. One
Chooses at the Elks' Fair.
Visitors at the Elks fair1 during the rr.
malnder of the week wll have the oppor
tunity of expressing their preference aa to
the next man who alts In he mayor s
chair. For the infinitesimal sum of ten
cenls a vote may be registered for John
P. Breen or James - C. Dahlman and tha
one receiving the moat votes will bo pre
sented with a split-second . chronometer
valued at $800. . ! .
Likewise If candidates for' councllmanlo
honors possess any friends With a little
loose change a vote may be cast tho same
way and the most popular candidate will
receive a present valued at $160. A large
blackboard has been . provided and tho
vote will be chalked up as fast as it is
The Auditorium was crow4d again last
night with visitors to the falrVhloh Viad
been closed since SnliirVia-y at -midnight but
which opened Monday Just aa good aa new
and with everybody refreshed 'and deter
mined to make thla week hummer.
The delegations from lodges in several
neighboring cities Will, arrive during the
week and It is promised tbat when they
arrlvo thorn will be a big night every
night. . ' 7 .' ,
FEDERAL C0URJ PETIT JURY
si fated to Fill Places of Men
Twelve .Additional Veniremen Nmm
Kxraad. : .
An additional venire if twelve petit Jurors
for the April term of the federal courts nr
the Omaha district was drawn Tuesday
ufterncon by District Court R. CV Hoyt
and I'nltcd State- Jury Commissioner Dr.
George TUdcn. The new venire was made
necessary because of so many of the origi
nal panel having been excused for various
Omaha Is represented on the new panel
by L L Boltz, 81S South Twenty-eighth
atreet. a traveling ma.i. ar.d & R. Hume,
90S North Forty-ninth atreet, a'cletk In
G. G. Wallace's real eatate office. T3e
new venire consists of:
L L Bolts, Omaha: John Dlers. mer
chant. Fullerton; George Gibson, retired
farmer, Fremont; John R. House, mer
chant, Pender; E. , R Hume, Omaha;
George Korh, retired farmer, West Point;
Herb Mlgnery, ranchman, Bartlett; George
M. Montgomery, retired farmer, Albion;
C. E. Maglnnis, merchant, Lyons; Henry
Paaach, retired farmer, Millard; John J.
Ryan, stockman, Jackson; George P. Rich,
merchant, St. Edwards.
The new panel Is ordered. to report next
Monday morning at H) o'clock.
MEXICO RAISES COAL RATE
Will Increase the Dnty oat Imported
Fnel Ono- Dollar Sh .
MEXICO CITY, April 20. Upon the rec
cmmendatlon of the. Railroad commission,
the Mexican government hat decided to
raise the rate on Imported coal $1 ptr ton.
1 hla was done to protect the .ocal pro
ducers. Foley's Honey and ler ta a, safeguard
against serious result from spring colds,
which Inflame the lungs and develop Into
pneumonia. Avoid eounterfelte by Insisting
upon having the genuine Foley' Honey
and Tar, which contains no harmful drugs.
Sold by all druggist.
James E. Woodard of Round Top, Wyo.,
is visiting his parenta, Mr. and Mia J. I.
City Attorney R. W 8a bin of Beatrice la
an Omaha visitor, having business before
the federal court.
Assistant 1'nlted Stales District Attorney
A. W. I-ane of Lincoln ta in Omaha during"
the session of the federal grand Jury
W. A. Hoofnagle of Lincoln. George Min
nie of Oakland, J. E. House of Norfolk,
Perry Smytbe cf St. Paul and M. R. Wea
ken of Nebraska City are at the Loyal.
Judge Lee Eatelle Is In Washington
county holding court. Judge Howard Ken
nedy spent Monday afternoon and evening
In Lincoln on private business. 4
A. W. Ladd of Albion, B. B , Lwckar . of
Uncoln, Paul A. Jaeggl of Columbus, W.
P. Pullln of Denver, T. W. Jones. C. K.
Reavls of Falls City, J. Askwlg of Oakland
and W. C. Shield of Seattle are at tho
Stops aay toothache Preeeata far.
thrr decay. Does not ancit in the
mouth. Its whole trength is retained
and goes right to the (pot.
Thrr bib latliauona. In that yea fit
tnl'i TMthacke (laah '
At all druf (una, it nu, er by ataiL
Dent's Core Guru u?u
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Vhvtejfl rs VV.s VnVVVflo SSI twm.
Whea yon hay Oola Medal rieai
h aar It la Waahhnra-Croehr'e Oal
Medal Floor, Thla la Import!. ,