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10 THE OMAHA DAILY BEEs SATURDAY , APRIL 23 , 1808.
SPECIAL NOTICES
Ailvrrtl"cnirnt for tlimc
will lie InUcn until IV ! m. for < lic
> v < ! ltiK uiitl uiilll H | i , in. tut the
inirrnliiK mill Siiinln > - villtlnii * .
Ailvi > rlHrrn , Ii > - roiin-nllnK n ntini-
Iicrnllicok , 01111 linvi * niinM'rr.i iul-
drcmii-il t n nuinlifrril U-tlrr In < * nri >
nf The HIMAimtir * HU nililrcniirtl
irlll In * ilrllvi'rfil on iircnrntutliiii of
till * Hicek only.
Ittltrx , 1 l-lc it irnril flmt Ilifti-rllon )
1c a uiiril tliprrnflrr. Xollilni ; ( nlicn
for ! ( . til n n - ' . " < for ( Inllrxl IIIMIT-
tlon. Tlimc nilvi-rtliciuciiU iniml lie
ran eoniectitivrly.
SITUATIONS WAM'KIJ.
WANTSirr OF ROOKS TO KEEP ODD HOURS
Addresa P. O. Hex 33. A 517-26"
WANTKIl : YOUNO MAN. AOIJ SI.
p < i ltlon In drug toro ! four years' experience
In Davenport , Iowa : tpcaks Herman : nnc win
dow trimmer. Addresfl M W , Ilec olllcn.
A M59I 20 *
WAXTKM M AI.K IIKLP.
CANVASSKHS TO TAKE OHDKHHTNnW MNB
of work ; no heavy moil * to carry : salary or
comml slon. C. F. Ailnnu Co. , Ml So. 10th HI.
. . . - . . - - . * . 11-W9
- - -
8AtttSMK.N' TO SKLI. TOILET SOAt1 TO
' dealer * ! * JUO per monlh i-alnry an.l . expense4
experience unnecessary. Louis irn t Co . St.
Loula , Ma. H-MliJ
WANTED. A OOOD , HKLIAI1LE. HUSTlTlNn
canvn-ner. Apply to OmaJia Anchor Fence
Co. , an-MT } J. ITth St. 11-235
MEN TO LEARN RARRER TRADE ; NEW
methodj elRht weeks required ; tend for cata-
loKUe. Moler System Ilarber Schools , Chlc.iKO ,
HI. Ixjtlln or Minneapolis. I1-MJ5I 20'
WIIV TOIL AND SLAVE FOR A nAOER
mil.iry ? He Independent ; have a liuslnerx of
your own ; we have a plan that will pay you
welt ; suited for men and women ; write for
particulars. Wheaton & Co. ( II ) , New Red-
ford. Mans , 11 M57T 21 *
WANTED. SALK8MKN IN EVERY DISTRICT ;
new , iH-flpon ; samples five ; salary i > r commlo-
lon , with cxixmscs from start. I.'ikinros. .
QJ. , ( "lilcngo. 111. n ild.2 23 *
'MAN OR I\DY OF OOOD ADDRESS ! TO
0 travel nnd appoint nncnts ; JIO per month ; ex-
l nfe ; < . R. W. Zelgler & Co. , 121 Doirborn
St. Cli'cago.
. H-MCOI 23
WANTED ! PATTERN MAKER FAMILIAR
with architectural pattern' . Apply Taxtjn A
; Vlerlln Iron Works , So. 17th & U. P. R .R.
B-M:07 14
UPHPI.STI5RER WANTED AT 2111 CIIMINO
it. I1-M593 21
WANTED. AT ONCE. PANTK AND VEST-
nuiker. Addrcrs II. Knsehnum , West Point ,
Neb. 11 Mel !
WANTED , AT ONCE. 4 FIRST-CLASS 7o-
llcltors ; ROO < I pnylnK position niul nulck pro
motion to Hunt men. Call J. 11. Wllkle. Kiel
hotel , Council Illuffs. 11-M615 24
WANTED , milt. FOH rjENERAL HOUSEwork -
work ; smnll faintly. 319 South 2Cth 't.
C M61G SI *
WAXTBU FK > I A 1.13 IIK I.P.
1/M OIRI.S FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK ; t3 TO
$7 week. Canadian Olllce , 1522 Douglas.
\ C-6CI
WAN TED. APPLICANT FOR TRAINING
FChool for nurses. Aildrts * Superlntendont W.
P. A. hcspltnl. corner Ninth rtrect and Slxtb
uvcnucr Council Illuffs. C M4W 2J
WANTED. A TIIOROUOH DIJESSMAKER
who unilrrstands cuttln ; ; and nttlnr ? . Apnly
2H18 St. Mnf-y's nve. C M584 23
WANTED. OIRL FOIt OGNERAL HOUSE-
worlc. SOOO Mason St. ; references required.
C MSSO 21 *
WANTED. OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEwork -
work ; 2 In family. 1003 S , SOth nve.
1 C M3 21
WANTED. OII1I. FOR GENERAL IIOUSE-
work. 522 S. 20th street ( Oeorsla avc.V
C-MMS K
WANTED. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
wolk. Mrs. E. S. Dlmmnck. Roliert block ,
21th and J streets. South Omaha. C-MC10 23
'FOR ' 1U5XTIIOtSKS. !
'CHOICE HOUSES AND COTTAGES ALL OVER
city ; R to J75. Fidelity , 1st floor N. Y. Life.
D-CCi
_
LIST. 'M'CAOUE. ' 1HT1I AND
D 551
.tlOUSES. FI.VTS. QARVIN nr.O ? . . 1613 FA''M
k ' D-65'i
IN AM * PAP.TS OP THE CITY. TH- ) '
O. F. Dnvls Company. 1503 Farnam. n 4iir7
! HOUSED. , DBNEWA & CO. . IDS N. 3.STH ST.
D-6C8
' .iiotrsES ; STORES. IIKMIS. PAXTON nr/5CK.
D-t.1,9
DFrTAOHRD MOHRRN U-nOOM. ALSO 5-ROOV
l u : . .l < e.v nt 2349 Cupltol Ave. Til. r T > . 11.
] { , nobson. 1 > 671
MOVING.HOt'HEHOI.n OOOOS ANP PIANOS
Om. Vim & Storage Co. , lHj ! Farnnm. lol , iSW
M-J'O
FOti RKNT. ABOUT AI'IUI. 15. TO GOOD 1EN-
anl , R-rcxim hmi : all conveniences : S2.1 otrci-t ,
near California * not for Ixvmters or roomers ;
J35. CM N. Y. IJte ImlldlnK. D .MSot
FOn .RBNT. . TBN-HOOM MODKIIN 1IOU8K.
vrlti..lfvrxo , ' well 8ia * < ] eit groundi * .
John.AV. Iltibllii3. 1S03 Farnnm. D 1M
FtinNITI'ItR AND L.KASKIOI,1 > ilV A 10-
room mortem fliit for Mix at n narcnln. Good
lorntlon. rent low. l ) mb , pnxton nil * .
D-StSll
JIODEnN 8-nOOM HO1TSB AND I1AIIN' . SCO X.
Ktli Avo. ; good condition. COt Dee I110D - ( .
. * D M
FOli IlEXT FimXISlIHD ROOMS.
S NICE ROOMS. HOUSEKEKl'INO. 1112 SOUTH
lllh St. 17 M761 ?
NEATLY rUHNIBHED ROOMS FOUK ItljOCK ?
from poytolllce. UH Ca . E M2C7
ItOOMS HY TUB DAY OU WKRK AT TIE
Central hotel. 15Oi ami DculjtSts. . K-M33 MH
JIOST DESinAKLn , PUIVATC FAMILY. 11M
( ] nodgc. n y.i MIJ
HOOM-TRANSIENTS. 1708 DOPOLAR 8T
r.-MIII MIC
.FURN1SHED ROOMS. TRANSIENTS ACWM-
mnilatrd : cheap rates. W ( N. 19'h. E M460 J2 <
FURNISHED "ROOM. 514 S. 26T1I AVE.
T E-MJ41 M10 *
FPRNIHIIED ROOMS ; HOUPEKEEPINH. .
2623 St. Mnry'H. U-M.MI 21 *
FURNISHEn ROOMS WITH RATH : AU .C
front parlcr on Urst floor. 211 N. nSt. .
K-MrlS II
ItOOMS AMI IIUAIin.
THE MERRIAM. FIRST CL.VS3 FAMII HfV
lei. ' 23th Tind Dodge Sts. V-STi
LA110E SOirm FRONT 1IOO&LLCOVf
Mod"rn. detached house ; prtvutu family. 221 :
F lit
ruiiNisiiEn KOOMS. SINOLE on SUITES
with' or-without bourd ; private family. 11 ]
so.gut st. F-irs : :
NICEI HOOMS WITH nOAHD.
PLEASANT ROOM WITH ROARD ; TRAN
lentil liciommodaled. 1909 Cupltol avenue.
P M5SH it *
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. NIC1
lawn , prlvnte family. 70J So. Zatli St.
F-C90 ! f
FOIl HEXT UXFUHXISHKD ROOMS.
FOR RBNT. NICE UOUTII FRONT UNFUP
nlshed rooms , with bath : Wlthnell block , i
W. Curmtchsel. No. f. Withnell block.
FIRST CLASS MODERN R OMS. 613 N. I1T1I
G-f l 21 *
FOIl UKXT STOHES AXI > OFFICES.
FOR RENT , DESK ROOM IN GROUND FI.OO
oftlce , lice building ; water , cteam beat , clectr
llclit and janitor service. Apply to Buperli
tendent. Bee bulldlnx. 1 197
FOR RENT IN THE BEH BUILDING :
One largtt corner room , 2J tluor , with vault ar
private office. ter. etc.
One Urge front room. 2J Hoer , divided lota t
roCtns by partition ; water , etc.
One larRu corner room , U floor , with vaul
wjter , etc.
On * front room , divided by partition. Id fliK > r.
One cofiivr room , with vault. U Moor.
One largn room , 3d near , with partition dlvldlr
It Into on large room , and two smaller prlra
" rooms | water etc.
Two I ana urounJ Ooor room * , ( rontlnr 17th SI
with vault.
' everal small rooms on 4th floor , wlthTauRs.
i-AW thew rooms are beatnl with steam , electr
UctitK. supplied with flrat cbu * Janitor strvtc
lavatora run day and all aliht ; bulldlt
strictly fireproof Apply to au erlntend n
VMM Mfe Bes > fMlUdlMeT ,
HH.N'T STOniM ASH
( Continued. )
roil TttAPKAOK. TnANSFKIlllINO AND
detk room , npply to the Attllinan & Taylor
Machinery Co. , N. n. cor. 3th ft Jackion rits.
'
KOtl KENT. TUB 4-STOllY tUllCl
at 010 Fnrnam St. Tli' ' bulMIng hoi a tlrcprcot
cement luir mont. wafr on nil floors , K" ' . te.
Apply at thi office of The U e > . 1-910
_
f WILT , niNT : ivuTr"Tjp MY HTOUI : . or iv > .
nM P. O. . with or wlllwut window. V tn
1-SS3 22-
AOK.XTS WAXTEIK
WANTBD. AORNTM TO HKt.I. ACK.TYUJNF.
BB KeiK-rntorji : mutt lie inpn of nlillltv nml
mmc mp.inii. Arotylfno. tlic light of the fMtur-t
for town. , cltlo * , mores , cnurrhc * , halls. fne-
torlcc. lintpli nnJ private rcslilcnr .1. A'ldrM '
Omnnn Acetylene Has Co. . US ami l > N. Ht.i
it. . Omaha. N'eli. J-MiK Ml <
AOKNTS WANTKI ) . MIIUAT HAk
Kreat wnr book. "Our "nuntry m War. All
nhfiit t'lihn , HpTln. Maine ilijautT r.rmlc * .
nnvloK nml roatt il fn M of U. S. , Ppnln nnJ
nil n.ill < , ns. Over EM pairra , matfntneerjly li-
lutirntaJ , One nxcnt noul Jl In ime day. olh"r
tniklnif J.T1 t' r day. Moil llbcrnl term *
KU.iranloed. 2) i1a > creillt. prlc iro. fr'iKht
paid. Ilanilmme outfit friicn.l two-i-cnt
Rtnmp * lo imy po ( nBi > .
Eilucatlonal Union , 331 Dearborn St. . Clilragn.
"
*
IIEPIIKSENTATIVBS WANTKD ; STAUTMJfO
offpr on openlnt ? ao ; the Hldpath library of
mutlcnl literature : twenty-flve mmnlfltcnt
volume * ; the master wrllern of nit lands and
all ne and their masterpiece * Into one ttu-
pendous work : entirely new and Just from tae
jirc . Address M 40. lice. J M3S2 21 *
_
AaiONTS. WB WANT YOU TOI9IT STOUK9
and rell macihlne for prlntlnff Blsns on tearvt ,
brlilBcs. nxks any nnmh purfare. Steady
work nil summer. Are Co. , HnelneVI < .
1(11 ( OOOO3 SBU < ON1 MEU1T AT HIOIIT TO
i-vrry horseman nnd to jubisents for over SCO
p r cent prodl ; bis prln demand : for Reni-ral
write. 8. Hunter Co. . Uaclne. Vflt.
WAXTKIJ TO
.VANTKD , TO HUNT MODKUN C. C Otl 7-
room linusu about June 1st. Address M 41 , llee.
K SK53
r'ANTEI ) . I1OA71D AND IIOOM. MAN OU
wife. Reference's exchanged. 1' tit , U" "
K-Mi-.IS Jl
WISH TO HP.NT A KITIINIrfHKD on
partly furnl hed liotcl In eastern Nebraekn. U.
J. Vlnton , Oothenburff , Neb. K MJ9I 21
1VANTKO. TO KENT MODEKN HOPSE * 8 OU
10 rooms ; desirably located. W. S. Hector , at
Nnll. Dank of Commerce. K MC1I
STOItAGU.
'ACIFIC ' STOHAOE AND WAnRHOlISE CO. ,
OOS-S10 Jonea general storage and forwarding ,
M-C73
OM. VAN & STORAGE. 15HV4 FARN'M.
M-C74
WAXTKD TO IIUV.
CAJHII FOR 2ND HAND ItOOKS. CRANE. 207
N. 16th. N--M2U
SOI ) WANTED. .Sl'I'EHINTKNDKNT I'IIO.S-
p ct Hill cemetery , aind and 1'urker ttroeta.
N-M5T9
NYONE WISHING TO DISPOSE OK A COOI !
uprlKht plnno mnji i > o lbly wucure 11 rustomer
by nddre ! ii ; Hex 4G3 , Omaha. N MOT ) 24
FOIt SAM-J KUH.XITUHB.
-\NTIQtIE - OAK WAIIDIIOHE IN OOOD CON-
dlt'onack ; ! of room reason for Sfllin ? : ottii
jr-0 : will sell for $ S3. Call atternoons 1211 Lo
cust St. O JIS'.O 23
KOIl SA1 KIIOH.SK.S. WAflO.XS , KTC.
SICE I'ONY. SAKE I'OK CHILDREN. Al > -
drcrs P. O. Dox 33. 1' 310-26 *
KOIl SALK MISCKLLAXEOUS.
IOO AND POUI.YHT FENCE ; HETTCR THAN
wire nettlns. Fine siwdutt for llcora. Tel. ' 4DS
90t Douglas. 1 } 673
IO11SE CI.TPl'INO MACHINES. KNIVES AND
repairs , all etana-inl makes on hand ; Krlndlnir
razor ? , saear * . clippers ; prompt service. A. U
Undetand. Q C71
IHICKEN. HOG AND LAWN FENCES : ALL
wire ; is best. Wire Works , llth nnJ Harney.
Q7S
IARDMAN PIANOS AT ' - "
MfCIJ.EU'S. 1S-"H
nnd Fnrnnm. < j MI49 23
MO.COO NEW BRICK. WITHNELI. , 11UOS. &
Smith's. Q M607
'OR SAU3 , BUTCHER'S ICI > ItOX. 142 Mil
itary ave. Q-MCul 2C'
.S8S IIICYCLES DOWN TO $5.00 ; NEW 1S9S
model ladles' and Kfiits' bicycles are now being
fold on easy conditions n low aa J3.CO : others
outrlitht. at J13.03 and high grade at 119.93 and
J2U.M ) . to ba paid for after received ; If you will
cut thla notice out and send to Sears. Roebuck
K Co , CThlcaRO. they will tend you their
1S9S bicycle catalogue and full particulars.
Q-&I39D 2-1
THE STANDARD CATTI..E CO. , AMES , NKII. ,
baa on. hand some beet peed. Just Imported ,
which they arc willing to sell to any one de.
slrlnR need fop experiment at a price that will
Juat about oovcr cost at Ames. Q M396 23
FOR RENT. A BARN AT 1902 OASS RT.
R M909
ANTl-MONOnOt.Y OAR . \nB CO. CTJSANS
cesspools & privy vaults. 021 N. istn. Tel. 1779
R-M4 MIS *
SHRtmilEItY AND TREES AT 1717 DOUf.UAS
Frank D. Martin , residence 4C22 Boulevard i\vo.
AI431 MIC *
NBV BRICK AT WITIINBLt * I1HOS. &
Smith's yard. 22 < 1 and Hickory. Teli-iilv.ne 4r > .
R-iiiiW
PASSAGE : , BATHS , ETC.
MISS MAYER-CHIROPODIST. MANICURE-
Scalp , facial , treatments ; shampooing. 3"ic. < o :
Paxton block. T 312 M13
Un.t. DR. LEON , ELEPTItlC MASSAGE HATH
pnrlors : restful anil curative. 417 S. llth ,
upstatri. T M473 24 *
MME. SMITH , 118 N. KTH ST. , STEAM ANE
alcohol baths. T 526 23'
MME. AMES , MASSAGE AND BATHS. 1873M
Howard St. T 523 23 *
I.APRA EI.MBON. 11J N. 1CTH ( UP.STA.nS ) ,
room 12 , Turko-Russlan and plain batlin , mao.
nage. . T MKa M *
1'liHSOXAT , .
VIAVI FOR UTERINE TROUBLES. 315-8 riEF
Bids ; physician consultation or health boolc free
U 6SO
BATHS. MASSAGE. MMn. 1-OST. J1 H S. 1STH
U SSJ
CI/JTIIES CLEANED. PRESSED AND RE
paired : day or ntKht riren nulls for Jilre
1'antorlum. N. E. Cor. 14th and Furni'ai. Tel. 91 ;
HORSES CUPPED I'OR ONE DOLLAR : EI.EC
trio rltpperi. Tel. 65. McCormack & Baumley
14th and Howanl. U 335
AFFECTIONATE \VIFB WANTED : NIC !
home ; pcntloinanly , alone ; photorrraph. pnitlc
ulan. Box U. U MJ14 71 *
CLAIRVOYANT. FORTUNE TELLING. 9-11. 1-6
8-10 , eve. lime. Lone. 193 CumlnK.U
U MMI 25 *
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. FACK BLKMISHEi
removed with electricity at Mme. O. I'ayne'i
ImlrctrejslnK and manicure parlora. 312-313 Kar
baeh bloffc. U-M515 M19 *
O. R. CRANDAL.U CITY CONTRACTOR FOI
brlrlc ldewalk ; bett r prc ej vltrlll < > d pav
Ing brick uned : tatlsfactlon guarantre > l. 20
8. lUll t. Tet. SIT. -MU1 MS
MOXKV TO I.OAX IlEAt , ESTATE.
WANTED. CHOICE FARM AND CITY LOAN *
n. C. Pctera & Co. , U. S. Nat'l Bank Hide.
W-M4
MONEY I.OANED ON IMI'ROVED HEAL 1-ffl
tale In Omtlia , Council niuff < & South Omaha
W. II. Thomai , Wl Pint Nat'l. Bank , Omulia
6 PER CENT CUT AND FARM LOANS
Oarvln BroC HIS Farnam St. W 6S1
I1M.OOO.CO SPECIAL FUND TO IjQAN Ol
flrtt class Improvc-J Omaha property , or fo
bulUlne purpose * . Fidelity trust company.
ANTHONT LOAN A TRUST CO. . S15 N. Y. L.
quick nionty at low rates for choice form land
In Iowa. Northtrn Ubiourl , Eastern Nebraikt
W-CSJ
LOAN ON IMPROVED A UNIMPROVED C1T
property. W. Farnata Smith A Co. . 13t Faroan
MONRY TO U9AK ON ' 1UPROTED OifAH
, rtl ijUtv Urtannn'U > T Co. . Sll 8 , lltb.
rr
wW
KVa PER CENT UONBT. BEHIS. PAXTON BU
JIOXnY TO I < OAXCIIATTEI.S.
no TO tio.ooa TO I/TAN ON '
IIOIJPEHOI.D FI'RNlTt'RE AND MANO3 ,
HORHBX. WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS. ETC. ,
at lowest rate * tn
OmAlu , South Omah.i nnl Co'incll Ithiffs.
No removal of Roodi ; utrlclly conllrirntlal : you
can pny the loan uff at any tlmo or In any
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN TO. .
303 South ICtll St.
TH53 OLDEST. LARGEST AND ONLY INCOR-
1'ORATKD LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
MONl'.Y LOANED SAI MHED PEOPLE HOLD-
IIIK permanent | Kultlon > , with rerponslblo cj l
rcrn upon their own name , \rlthout security ;
easy payments. Tolman , R. 7CS , N. Y. I . bids.
IIUS1MC5S CHAXCES.
TO GET IN OR OUT OV BUHINESS GO TO J.
J. Ollnon , 511 Vlrst Nat'l Bank. Y-63I
Jl-1,000 BUsfNERS CARDS NEATLY PRINTFD
II. G. Hearse1505 Karnam nt.i 'phone. SOC.O.
Y M4I2 22 *
FOR SALE A BAROAIN-MY ENTIRE DRUG
stock , show caret , od.t fountain 'and coun-
trrs : nlro will tent utare at reisonable rent ;
located Union Depot hotel , one block from U.
1' . nnd Ilurllnctin depots. Ernest Stuht. pro
prietor. Y 479
FOR SAI B STOCIC OF GROCERIES AND
meat market : good location ; 1a ran In If taken
at oticAdrlrcM M 3. . life. Y-S73-g : *
iVANT TO IIUY OR LEASE A GRAIN l-3LRi
vulnr or would l-ultd If goad location. M. W.
Lre , Dunlap , Iowa. Y MS81 21
EOI'LE INTERESTED IN 'UESFUL ' NOVelty -
elty for Bale nt exposition. AililrttH V.'llly
Mayer * OL. 122 Oiamb < 'rs St. . New YOIK.
Today , Mlllard Hotel. Omalux. Y SM 81 *
FOR EXCHANGE.
ARIOUS PIECES OF PROPERTY AND
farms In Nebraska to trade tor merchandise.
Addiess I , 42 llee. 7.-MSM
I-'OIl SALE IIEAI. 1SSTATK.
CODNTKB PLACE BARGAINS. 2.500. ; 3,730 TC
J6.000. J. J. Gibson. 014 First Nat'l. Hank Iltdff.
RE-C94
[ OLLOWING DESIRABLE PROPERTY ; BUSI.
ne a lot corner. 60x130 ft. . In So. Omaha , paved ,
business lot. 60x130 feet. Improved , South Omaha ,
street pa\e-J.
Tract (24 ( lots ) , 36th St.
Tract (21 ( lots ) . 30th St.
"or particulars apply 1012 Farnam St.RE
RE C93
NEW. MODERN 6-ROOM COTTAGE. LAROK
lor , } 500 cash , balance to rait. Addrpus O M.
Bee. RE Ml"3
IOUSES. 1/3TS , FARMS , \Nn3. . LOANS ,
also nro Insurance. Bemls , Paxton bock.REC97 :
RE-C97
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR NICE HOME1
Ixiok at this IIOUFO anil barn detached , thad <
trcea , corner 18th nnd Burdctte ; very little
money needed. Call Mornnd , 1510 Harnoy St ,
Ijn-KS-A-22
BARGAINS : C-ROOM HOUSE. 002 SOUTH 20TH
St. . rental IIM.OO per year ; price. $1.500.
i2x32 feet on Cumins street , pays 7 par cent net
on } 2 , 0' ' ) .
1 houses and 1 store , rental , $643.00 per year ;
pr'o ? , $3 , SCO.
4 feet front 3-ntory brick building , near 14th nnd
Dousla * . rental J2.100.CO per year ; pilc , 122.530.
J. N. Frcnzer. Opp. old P. O. TSE-M214
! ' YOU HAVE REAT < ESTATE FOR RALE
and ws/it It kold list It with me nnd I will
fell It ( If I can ) . If you wish to purchase nn.l
want n big bargain , look over my list. .T. H ,
SMcrwooil , 122 New York Life. HE M 414
GERMAN SAVINGS RANK'RQPKHTY.
NOTHING FOR RENT IN OMAHA OR SOUTH
OMAHA.
COW IS THE TIME TO BUT.
Buy nml rave -ent. Never b"foro In the hlstorj
of Omaha have there been such opportunities
ofTere.l to acquire lots or homes at your owr
prices. You make the prices.
Receivers must sell. Depositors' demands musl
bo satlfflort.
itlvo out no lists. If you want to buy will
match any prlcea made by nnyone. Lots Ir
South Omaha , lots In Omaha , lots everywhere
from J100 to $1.000. Houses and lots nnd ncrt
tracts In Douglas county.
\ny renfonnblL offer will bo favorably consid
ered. Tell me what you want and 1 will tell
you what I will talie ,
f you have n customer I will pay regular com-
missions. 1 have no agents. '
few 7 per cent loans , $1,000 to H.fiOO , for sale or
Improved property.
TIIOS. II. M'CAGUE. Receiver.
103 N. ith St.
RC-MHK
S-nOOM MODERN COTTAGE. CHOICII I .OCA !
Hon. (351 ( N. 4 < Hh ) . east front , full lot ; very
cheap , easy terms. Must sell at nmr.
RE-.MC05 2 : *
SIIORTHAXn AXD TYPlSWIllTIXG.
. . a VAN SANT'S SCHOOL OF SHORTHANr
and Typewriting. 717 N. Y. Life , offers the fol.
lowing advantages : Individual Instructions bj
experienced teachers and ikllltul stenographers
up-to-date methods ; touch system of tjoeurl-
Ing K preferred ; participation In actual work ,
for which students receive pay ; monthly piv-
metits. 9S
AT OMAHA BUS. COLLEGE. 16THDOUGIJVE
699
SHORT-HAND , UP-TO-DATE. TAUGHT Bl
court reporters. Boyles' School , 403-3-7'Bee bid ;
-700
BRICK.
.V1THNBLL . BRO & SMITII.PAVINO. SEWER
bulldtrv < ; capaclty 1W.OOO a day22d ; & Hickory st
Tel 423 520
SUMMEIt HF.SOB.TS.
THE JEWETT COTTAGES. GREEN MOUN
tain Falls , Cola. : a rummer home In th
mountains : bwutlfut cottages , fully nin'svi < H ]
for rent by the tearon nt rearonahle rate >
Illustrated circulars sent on nppl'catlon. Ad
dress J. H. Jewett , Green , Colo.
-S15W M3 *
PACKED.
M. 8. WALKIN , JHi CIIMtNO. TEU 1 1.
1U5
PAWXnnoKBRS.
I. MAROW1TZ LOANS MONEY. 41S N. KTH
-701
SIUF.WAMCS.
PERMANENT SIDEWALKS AND FANC
drlvcwcys. G. Itushnrt , 214 N. 16tn : 'chone 113i
MHO M4 *
TYPEWniTKRS.
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT $4.00 PER MONTI
The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co. . 1623 Far
nam St. : Teljphono I2S1. 707
DRESSMAKIXn.
DRESSMAKING. FAMILIES. 1504 DAV'P'l
M9S2 M6 *
EXPOSITIOX FROXTAOES KOIt REX1
GROUND LEASES FRONTING EXPOSITION
Bemls. Paxton Bllf. 703
STEXORRAPIIERS.
WE SOLICIT AND FURNISH POSITIONS FO ]
gtenographera free. Th Smith-Premier Type
writer Co. Telephone , 1254 , 701
JUSTICE OF THE 1'EACK.
D. B. HOUCK. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 3i
Karhaeh black. KS
LOST.
LOST. HORN CANB. LOADED TOP. RUBBE
can on bottom : reward. A. J. Harder. 3IS37
it. South Omaha. Lost MC11 23
UOVKR.XMEXT NOTICE * .
pnOPOSALS FOR. INDIAN SUPPUE
AND TRANSPORTATION , Department t
the Interior. Oflleo of Indian Affairs. Wast
Incton , D. C. , March 30. IMS. Scaled crc
posiala will bo received by the CornmUalonc
of Indian Affairs , at 1G02 State street , Cb
cago. 111. , until I o'clock p. m. , Wednesda ;
April 27 , 1W . for furnlahlne for the India
Service beef , flour , bacon and ot'ner article
of subsistence ; agricultural Implement !
wnuons , harness , hardware , medical an
other supplies ; also bids ror the transports
tlorf of such of the articles , goods and sui
piles as may not bo contracted for to t
delivered at the agencies. Sealed proposal
will also be received at Nos. 71-79 Wooste
street. Now York City , until 1 o'clock l
m. , of Tuesday. May 17. 1838 , for furnlst
Ing for the Indian Service coffee. Bug a :
tea. rice , baking powder , soap , grocerle :
blankets , woolen and cotton goods , clotmni
notions , bata and caps , boots and shoe ;
crockery and sc'nool books. Bids must t
made on Government blanks. Schedule
giving alt necessary Information for blc
ders will be furnished on application at U
Indian Offlce. Washington. D. C. : Nos. T
79 Wooster street. New York City ; No. 10
State street , Chicago , 111. ; the CoimnL
sarlea of Subsistence , U. S. A. , at Cheyenn
I.eavcnworth. Omaha , St. Ixmls. St. Pai
and San Francisco ; the postmasters i
Bloux City. Yankton. Arkansas City , Call
writ. Topek * . Wlc'nlta and Tucson. BU
will bo opened at the Yiour and Oayu a.ba\
stated , and bidders arc Invited to be preaei
at the oucnluK. , W. A. JONB8. Comml
ilontr ,
ftovisimmvr NOTICES.
( Continued. )
TKKASUUY IIKPAIITMUNT. Olllce Stl-
pervllng Architect , WnshlnRton. D. C. .
April S , lm-Sl5AlKD PROPOSALS will
be received at this olllco until 2 o'rltck
ji. m. on the Cth dny of Mny , 1SD5 , niul
opined Immediately thereafter , for all the
labor and materials required for furnishing
lih\iter modi-Is nnl barvlne granlto In n.p
cordanco therewith , for the U. S. Court
Houf > ' , Custom House and I'ostotllcn bulld-
Inc nt OMAHA. N'BIIIIASKA , In accord
ance with the drawing * nnd upccltlcutlons ,
copies of which may bo had at this cilice
or the olllco of the Superintendent at
Omaha , Nebraska James Knox Taylor ,
Supervising Archller * . u2lCtKOD !
XOTICi : .
( Should be rfd JDAILY by nil Interested.
as chnngca may > occur at any tlmo. )
Foreign rrmllfi fgr' thn week rndlrvg April
23. 183 $ . will clcse timOMPTliY In all CUSM )
at the General Postonice aa follow4PAU-
CK1.S POST MAIUB clos ; one hour earlier
than closing tlma shown below :
Mnlli * .
SATURDAY-A\ . m. for EUROPE , per
F. 9. Cnmparta'tvu } Quecnstown ( lettirj
for Frunze. Switzerland , Italy , Spain ,
Portugal , Turketv Bsypt and lirltlah In
dia must b directed "per Campania" ) ;
at 7 a , m. for FRANCE , SWITZKllliANI ) .
ITALY. SPAIN. H'OUTtlOAL. TUHKEY.
KGYPT ond'iUuiTISH INDIA , per . s ,
I.a Navarrt * ) via 'Havre ( lottery for other
parts of KuropQ must be directed "per
La Navarre" ) ? nt S a. in. for NKTHHIl-
LANDS direct , V > r a. s. Amsterdam , via
Rotterdam ( IHtter * must bo directed "per
Amsterdam" ) ; t\t \ K a. m. for ITALY.
per s. s. Wcrra , via Naples ( letters muai
bo directed "per Werra" ) .
PRINTED HATTER , irTC. German steamers
rnlllni ; on Tuesdays tnke printed matter , etc. ,
for Germany and specially mldreu * " ! ! | irlri ( l
mat tor , etc. . for other p.irts of Europe. Amer
ican nnd White Stnr uti-ixmera on Wrdn fNyi ,
German atenmers on Thui-sdnv anJ Cuiuiil ,
French nnd Gcrmun steamers on & ttirdn >
take printed matter , etc. , for ull cmntrlcj foil
which they are advertised lo carry mull.
After the cloalns of the mpplcmpnlnry trans-
ntlantlc inallji named nlwve , addltlouul nur.i.l"-
mentnry malls are opened on the plere of the
American , KnelUh , French nnd Germnn Ftran-
ers nnd remain open until within ten inl..ut'-s
of the hour of nalilnK of etcnnic1- .
Mnlln for Smith nml Central Anicrlon ,
Went Itullcx , Etc.
THUnSDAY-At 8 a. m. for HICRMUDA.
ipor s. s. Orinoco ; at 10M : a. m. for
HAITI , i ) r s. 's. Oranje Nassau ( letters
for Venezuela , Curacjo , Trinidad. Brit
ish and Dutch Guiana must be directed
"per Oranje Nassau" ) ; at 1 p. m. ( sup
plementary 1SO : p. m. ) for NASSAU , N.
P. , and SANTIAGO DE CUUA , per s. s.
Yumurl.
FRIDAY At 10 a. m. ( supplementary 10:30 :
a. m. ) for AUX-CAYKS , JACMHL and
SANTA MARTHA , per s. s. H. Dumol * .
SATURDAY At 0:30 : n. m. ( supplementary
10 n. m. ) for ST. THOMAS. ST. CIIO1X.
LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS.
per a. s. Pretoria ( letters for Grenada.
Trinidad nnd Tobago must bo directed
"per Pretoria" ) ; at 10 a. m. ( supple
mentary 10nO : n. in. ) for FORTUNE
ISLAND. JAMAICA , SAVANILLA and
GREYTOWN. per s. a. Alene ( Irttcrs for
Costa Rica must bo directed "per Alene" ) ;
at 10:3) : ) a , m. for CUUA , CAMPECIIE ,
CHIAPAS , TAHASCO nnd YUCATAN ,
per a. s. Seguranca ( letters for other parts
of Mexico must be directed "per S.'Bur-
nnca" > ; f.t 8:30 : p. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND , per steamer from North Sydney.
fur Newfoundland , by rail to Halifax nnd
thcnen bv steamer , clore nt this nlllco ilnllv at
8:30 : p. m. Mills lor Mtituclvn , by rail to Bn > -
ton and thnnc" by Rleaiiivr. close at Hi's ' otll-o
dally nt S:3) : p. m. Malls for Mexico
City , overland , unl specially nd < ! rp . < "l fi
dispatch by Hteamer , cloip nt thla olHce ilafly
at 2:30 : n. m. ntf 2S'J : p. m. "RoglsUivd mnll
closes at 0:0) : p. m. previous diy.
Malls for China , Japan and Hawaii , per s.
a. City of nio Janeiro ( from San Fran
cisco ) . close hero dally up to April 24
at C.:30 : ip. m. Mails for -th9 Society Is
lands. per srlllp City of Papsltl ( from
San FrancUco ) . close hero dal y up to
April 21 at C:30 : p.m. . Malls for Hawaii ,
per s. . Kcalandla ( from San Francisco ) ,
close hero dally up to April 23 nt GCO : p.
m. Malls for Australia ( except West Aus
tralia ) , Now Zealand. Hawaii and Fiji Is
lands , per s. s. Warrimoo ( from Van
couver ) , close hern , dally after April " 15
and up to April .Sis at C:30 : p. m. Malls
for China 'and JnjJ'an . ( specially addressed
.only ) , per s- , < fi ; limprces of China ( from
Vancouver ) . 0)0 ) 01 here dally up to Mny
* * 2 nt C:30 : p. 'm , Malls for Australia ( ex
cept those forn\Vost Australia , -which "nro
forwarded via .Eurcp : ) , New Zealand , Ha
waii. Fiji nndi-Samoan Islands , per B. s.
Mnrlposa ( from- San Francisco ) , c.ose. here
dally up to MAry < * 13 at , 7 a. m. , 11 a. m.
and 8SO : p. m.-iorlon arrival at New York
of s. s. Campanlo-wlth Brltl.'h malls for
Australia ) . - Halli'-for China and Japan.
per s. s. Tacoma I ( from Tacoma ) , close
here-daily up .to , May 20 at 0:30 : p. m. .
Trani-Pttclnc malU arky forwarded lo port ot nail-
Ins dally and th-1 ) tfhcdiile of closing l ur-
raneed. on the rrcguinptlon of their uninter
rupted ovcrtanai 'IMnatt. . "Registered ni.'i'.I
closei at fi o. , nC'pMHous.day.
CORNELIUS.VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postomce , NewTfcrtf. N. Y. , April 15 , 1898.
K.VILROAUS.
CHTCACJO & NOUTHWEST-
itrn nallway City Ticket Of
fice , 1441 Farnam Street. Tele ,
phone. Ml. Depot , Tenth and
Msron Streets. Telephone 12S ,
_ , . Leave. Arrive.
Chicago Spe
cial , 7 : < ara llM : pm
Missouri Valley. Blou-tt
City. St. Caul cwl .
Minneapolis 5:40 : am 1 :43 : pin
Missouri Valley. Sioux
City 7:40 am 8r05 pm
Dennlson. Carroll. Wall
Lake , tram Broadrray ,
Council Bluffs 9:00 am 8:4J am
Eastern Express. Dei
Ma'ns. MarJlnlltown ,
Cedar Rapids. Chicago. 10SO : am 4:1S pm
Atlantic 'jflyer. Chl agc .
and Fas. . . . . . . 4:45 pm 4 : pm
Fat Mall , Chicago to
Omaha Stt pnf
Mlssourl Valley , Sioux
City. St. Paul. Minne
apolis Limited 4:33 : pm 8:50 : nm
Omaha-ChlcaKo Special , . 6:43 : pm 830 am
Dolly. Dally ex.ept Sunday.
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL. MINNE.
apolla & Omaha Railway-
General Ofilcen. Netrofka f- |
vlalon. Fifteenth and Webster
Streets. City Ticket Ofllce.
. - . - HOI Fnrnam Htreet. Telephone
i L Depot. Fifteenth and Webster Streets. Tele
phone 1US.
Leave. Arrive.
Bloux City Accommoda. . 8:50 : am 8:20 pm
Sioux City Accommoda. . 9:10 : am 8:53 pm
Hlnlr. ICmersDn. Sioux
City , 1'onca. Hartlns-
ton and llloomneld. . . . 1:00 : pm 11:53 : am
Sliux City. Mni-kato. St.
Paul. MlnneauollJ . . . . * BM : pm & : $ ) am
Eniiirirr. ' 'iiienKer ' 8:10 pm 8U : am
Dally. Dally except Sunday. Sunday
only. This train stops at stations Florcnca
to South I'.lalr. Inclusive. Sunnayn only ; on week
day * . South Uiilr cnly.
FREMONT. "ELKIIOnK AND
MUbuuri Vley ! Idulnay n n.
era ! Offices. United States Na-
tlonnl Itank llulldln . South
west Corner Twelfth and Far.
_ . . , - . nam Streer * . Ticket Olllce.
J401 Farnam Stic t. Telephone SSI. Depot. Fif
teenth anJ Webster Bin > i . Telephone llis.
Leave. Arrlvo.
Black lilllt. Deadwood
and Hot Hprlnim. . . . . . . pm 5KJO pm
. - . . > : W pm 5:0 : Pm
Hastings. Yrrk. David
City , Superior , denevs
Eietcr and Beward. . . . S:00 : pm 5:00 : pm
- 7:50 : am am
. | , am
Fremont local . 7M : am
Dally. Dallr except Sunday. Sunday
only. * Dally except Baturday. Dally
cxceot Mondof.
8IOUX C1TT * PACIFIC RAID ,
road i ] < neral Offices , United
Slain National Bank Uulld-
Ing. 8. . W. Corner Twelfth and
Varnam Btrt t * . Itokct Oulce.
1401 Farnam Street. Telephon *
Ml. Etpot. 15th and Webster His. Telepuone 4SI.
. . . , . l * v Arrive.
Sioux City , Mankato.
St. Paul. MlanapnAa. 6:11 pm S : 0 an
DUIr.
UNION1 PACIFIC-'THE OVKR-
land Houu" Central omcts. N.
U. Carrier Ninth and Farnam
Streets. , City Ticket Omco. 1307
Farnam' Strett. Telephona : io.
Depot , \taih and Uaaoa StrMtv
tjeav * . Arrive.
Tbo OTWlaud Limited"
tot Denver , Hail Lilt ; '
western cointa . . . ' . ' . . . . IM am 4:45 : pm
TM Colorado Special.-
lor Denver and nil
Colorado polnta 11:53 pm TrOOam
rtut mall tr i ufr
Halt Lake. 1'aclna
coist and all
: .oo m
Lmcoln , Beatrlc * M
Etrcmsburm ; Kxprs * * : N pa * nJ-J * pra
Fremont. Cofurabu
Norfolk. Orano LI > j
land and Kearneyr. . , . 4J3 : pra
Grand Island Exprecs. . i-.OO pm , I pm
Dallir. M Dally txctpt Sundir.
Council Bluff * Ltx-al-Leavts. :4A a. m. ; t-M
HAIMtO'ADfl. '
( Contlnucil. )
CHIOAQO. limiLINGTOX &
WJii.cy It.illro.id "Th Hurl-
Burlington
t * . * xu lloute' * Ticket Oltlce ,
Jw'l' Knrnmn
Street. Tclcpnono
noute fit ! . Depot , Tenth and Masou
titettts. Telephone KS.
I enve. Arrive.
Ch'cn.i Vcstlbulcd Ex. . 5:00 : pm 3110 am
fh'cnrjo Kxprfjs > 9M8 nm < :1 : pm
Chicago & St. Loui Kx 7H5 pm S:10 : am
ParlHo .lu-icllon Local , . ' lllJOnm : W pm
Fast M.tll 2S < ) pm
' ' lw : pm
Dallr * * Dal'lv except
SURLlNOTON & MISSOURI
P.It IT Railroad "The Ilurllnic.
ten nouto" O nernl Onices. N.
AV. Conn. " Tc'ith tn < \ Farnnm
Btreeu. TkKi-t Ofllce. 150J
Karnam Street. Telephone ! JO.
Depot. Tenth end JtRsoti
Street * . Telephone KS.
Leave. Arrive.
Lincoln. Hastlnc * nnd
McCook . t'.K am 1:13 : am
Lincoln , Domer. "Colo-
r do. Utah. California ,
UliKk Hills , llonl.ina
nnl I'UKct ( Sound . 4J3 : pra 4OJ : pm
Lincoln Local . 7:01 : rm * * 7MO pm
Lincoln Fast Hall . zsj ; nm " 11:40 : nm
Denver. Colorido , Utah ,
California nnd lucet
. . . * . .
Dally. Dally except Sunday.
KANSAS CITT. ST. JOSEI'II
Burlington & Council Bluffs nallroad-
JThe llurllngton n-iute"
Tlcket .
Orflcc. 1WJ Farnjm
Route Street. Telephcne 2:1 Depot ,
T'jnth and Mason Streets ,
Leave. Arrive.
Kan a * City Day Ex. . . '
C n aa City Night Kx. . nl S .SiSSS !
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROVD
Gcnernl Oinces nnd Ticket
9vncp ' . Me hnnt National Hank
nnlldlng. 122 Fnrnam Sticct.
Telepliono 104. Depot , Flfteonth
and Webster Streets. Telephone
TTW- . , Leave. Arrive.
Kansas and Nebraska
Llmlod " * 3:05pm : 12:55 : pm
KrfniMi City and S' .
Loulo Express * 9:20 : pm KM am
Nehrarkit Local * 4SO : pra 0:43 am
Dally. Dallv except Sunuay.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND &
Pnclllo Rallroad-"The Great
Rock Islam ! Route" City
Ticket Otllce. 1523 Farnam
Street. Telephone 423. Depot ,
Tenth and Mason Streets.
Telephone C29.
_ _ _ Leave. Arrive.
Chlcas and St. faul
Vcstlbuled Express . . 4CO pra 1:4J : pm
Lincoln , Colorado Sp K .
Puueblo , Denver and
west * 1SS : pm 4:25 : pm
Clilcago , Des Mollies &
Rock Island * TOOpm : 1:1 : ! an
Atlantla Exprers. for
De * Molncs Rtid cost-
em points 7:20 : am 8:110 pm
Colorado Flyer 7iOOpm * 9:05 : nm
Dully r > aly | except Sunna * .
( OMAHA & ST. LOUIS 11AILROAD
Omaha , Kinvns City ft East-
eni nallroad "The Port Arthur
Route" Ticket Offlce , 1413 Fnrnam
ROUTE. Street. Telephone XI. Depot
* I Tenth and Mason Streets. Tele
phone 12S.
L--ave. Arrive.
St. I.ouls Ccnnon Ball
Espross 4:53 : pm 11:50 : am
Kansas City & Qulncy
Local . 7:40 : am 9:03 : pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST.
Paul Railway city Ticket
Ortlec. iyv Farnam Street
Telephone 2C4. Depot. Tuath
and Mason Streets. Tele
phone is.
Iave. Arrive.
Chicago Limited Ex. . . . ; : pm * 8:03 : am
Omaha and CMnnso Ex * llCu : am 1:50 : pm
tully.
WAIIASH RAILROAD TICKET
< Hi ; Farnam Stre ? : . Telephone -
phone 222. Depiit. Tenth anJ
Masun Streets. Telcpone 12S.
Leave. Arrive.
St. Liuls "Cnnnan Dall"
Expres i > 4:30 : pm 11:30 : nm
DalU.
WHO Tim CAHLISTS AKE.
. .lionTluy llnwc Tlu-lr I'rcnoiit
to tliv SiJiiiilHli Tliruuc.
The talk of Carllst risings In Spain , says
the Pltlsburg Ulspatch , and particularly the
rumor that , the person known as Don Jaime
do llsurbon proposes to put himself at
the 'luad of tno Carltet party , may Incite
a curiosity In gome , to know vMho the Car-
lists are and > w hat they stand * 'for ' In Spuln.
Ferdinand V. , who came to fne throne of
Spain alter the earth had settled from the
Napoleonic earthquake , married , for his
fourth wlfo , Alarla Christina , daughter of
the king of Naples , u sister of t'ne Duchess
de Berrl nnd niece of Queen Marie Amelle ,
wife of Klnir Lou's Philippe ot France.
Ferdinand , always a miserable creature ,
like most SpinJsh Tnlinarchs. Uscamo more
miserable after his 'fourthmarriage. ' . He
fill completely under -he : domination of hLs
liaml'ome , on'JiRetlc , ambitious and thor
oughly unprincipled wife , says ths Kansas
City Star.
Queen Maria Christina was determined
fnat the crown of' Spain should descend to
her family. But governing the descent was
the decree of Philip V. , which hud been
law In Spain for 020 years nnd which de
clared that nowoman .could reign In Spain
where there lived a male descendant of
I-Yilllp IV. In default of male heirs from
the marriage of Ferdinand V. and Maria
Christina , 'the lawful successor under the
decree of Philip' V. wag Don Carlos , Fer
dinand's brother. As It turned out , the
tlrat child born * to this couple was a girl ,
Isabella , .w5io , tfourtepn months later , was
followed 'by ' u sister. Even before the birth
of Isabella the Queen Maria Christina be
gan a movement for the setting aside or
the law of Philip V. Ferdinand , far a con
siderable tPJrlod , resisted , but yleided
at lart , and on April 6 , 1KW , ordered that
an Incomplete ! decre ? by Charles IV. . In 17M ) ,
whlc'n appeared to repeal the Salic law ,
should bo published nnd made perpetual.
All the Uourbons protested , and the king
endeavsred to undo his action by what was
called a "decree of derogation , " but on his
deathbed he declared that his act was the
result of mlsTfipreventatlon and was , there
fen . null and void. This restored his net
Intended to make his daughter Isabella hs !
heir. When Ferdinand died Maria Chris
tina was relgnlus ns queen regent and the
.little girl Isabella was the heir apparent ,
Just us the Marie Christina reigns In the
name of the llttlo boy known as Alfonso
XIII.
The brother of Firdlnand , usually known
ns Don Carlos , but who Indulged In the
name nnd title at homo of Carlos Maria
Islclor do Borbcm-y-'Horbon , Infant of Spain.
onUred hH protest before the dtnth of
Ferdinand ngulnst all the proceedings set
ting nsldn the Silic : law admitting tlio
female line , and declared himself the law
ful hell1 apparent to the throne of Spain.
Immediately on the death of Ferdinand
the northern provinces of Spain arose and
declared for King Charles , ns he wfis
slyled , and thKsc p eop'.e were called Cur-
llsits , a naime which continues to exist. The a
who adhered" to the existing government ,
the government of the queen regent , were
popularly called Christines.
Thu causa of Don Carlos , dear to the
Spanish heart as stundln ; for blpotry and
despotism , seemed at one tlmo likely to
triumph , but was betrayed by one of Its
generals , Morotto. Don Carlos lied from
Spain , and In 1S41 abdicated In favor of hla
son. the second Don Csrlos. Cabreren In
vaded Spain In 1W3 , but he neglected hla
former practice of murdering nnd mutilat
ing his prisoners , and hla efforts were not
supported with the former enthusiasm.
The second Don Carlos attempted to enter
Spain In 1848. and again In l&GO , when he was
arrested and signed a renunciation of his
claims to the Spanish throne. The present
pretender is n third Don Carlos , grandson
of the lirst , a son ot Don Juan. Ho has
made several attempts to overthrow tha
government of Spain , th ? man' formidable
beginning In 1873 and lasting- until 1STG. The
Don Jaime , who Is described as desirous of
mixing In Spanish u tin Irs as heid ; of the
Carlisle. Is the son of. the third Don Carlos.
It Is u noticeable factIn Spanish history
that no real curse ever permanently de
parts from Spain. One ot 'the permanent
ntlllctlons of Spain la what may be termed
Carllsm. In no ether country Is uuch a
party * as the Carllstn possible. It la a
party willing to chcd Us blood for a gov
ernment of tha worst type of the four
teenth century. There have been many
Carllst risings , anil they are perpetually
expected.
The farmer , the mechanic anil the bicycle
rider are liable to unexpected cute and
bruises. DeWltt Witch Hazel Salre U the
best thing to keep on band It .heals quickly
and U a well known euro for piles.
A 31 nil ol Culm fur Ten Cent * .
The Dee Is giving 1ta subscriber. * a chance
to keep pcatcd cci the movemcutn of troops
and cruisers by mtaca of Its combination
map. The map of Cuba shows alt the towni ,
railroads And division * , whl'.o from the map
of the Wcet Indies ant ) map of the world
you ccn locate Ju t * fiere tbo mar shlpa are
at any time- and bow far they ore from dlt-
farfioi , ports. Cut out a Dee coupon , page 2 ,
acd brlflK-lt to The Bee office , Omaha , South
Omaha or .Council Bluffs. By mall , enclo
coupon and H cent * .
ARBOR DAY WAS VERY QUIET
Omaha People Give No General Attention
to the Holiday ,
NO NOTABLE LOCAL OBSERVANCE
Public ontcoM Clone While ( JltlxdtN
liiitlvliliinlly Plan ! TrrvN _
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Slight Attention.
The celebration of Arbor day In Omaha In
volved no notable features. The teach
ers and pupils of the public schools nro all
busily occupied In preparation for the
educational exhibit at the exposition and the
Arbor day exerciser wire confined to a few
short programs of essays and recitations. In
8omo of the schoola there was no observance
whatever of the occasion and la others the
cclcbtatlon was merely perfunctory.
The ofllccs In the city ball were all cloaed
on account of Arbor day. but anyone
who had any business to transact with any
of tlio omcViln had no dltllcutty In find
ing them at the ball game yrotcrday after
noon. The test of the Cyclone street sweeper ,
which was to have occurred yesterday , was
postponed until today on account of the
rain.
rain.TOo
TOo county officials enjoyed Arbor day as
a holiday and all of the ofllccs were c'.oacJ.
The doom were locked and the cdlo.'s
out planting trees , while the clerks enjoyed
t'hemselv s as they caw fit.
U'hcrlff ' McDonald kept open house until
nocn , when he loaded his deputies Into a
wagon and with a lot of flshktg tackle and
numerous guns they startc.l for the Klk-
hrrn. The sheriff raid that he Intended to
plant a tree out In the valley of 'lie Klk-
horn.
Clerk of the Courts Frank closed at noon
and most of the employes went to the ball
panic. Fra-uk , himself , planted a tree.
The ofllce of the county judge was kept
open until 2 o'clock , and a clerk was on
hand to Issue marriage licenses. A few
wcro Issued , but Uie rush was not so great
as la usual on holidays.
The ofllces of the county treasurer , county
clerk , countji commissioners anJ register of
deeds were closed during the eatlra uay ,
though the clerks worked Inside uatil nocn
after which they went out and took their
half 'holiday.
Several of the Judges of the district court
were around the building , but they found
little to do. Judge Scott had an lrjuatlon
In the Moorish village case , but as the par
ties were no : ready for trial , the hearing
went over. Judges Powell and Kuysor had
some cxparto matters to dispose of , and as
these took but little time , the Judges were
off their respective benches before the noon
hour , and the rest of the day was given
up to tree 'planting and pleasure.
Superintendent Miles 'D. ' Houck waa on
duty as .usual and used up most of his time
In the examination of a lo' of old nags that
he has been gathering for yearn. In the
lot , ho has one of Cuba. This he proposes
to fly from the court homo staff as soon
as the first naval engagement occurs be
tween the United States and Spanish fleets.
AT LAKE SCHOOL.
The customary Arbor day tree planting at
the I ako street erchool took place Thursday
oftcrnoon In anticipation of u holiday yester
day. The Eighth grade furnished the tree and
very Impressive exercises wrro held under
the direction of the principal , 'Mlm Emma
Whltmore. The tree wan dedicated to Mica
Emma McCllntocfc , the much lamented
Eighth gmde teacher of Lake school who died
n few weeko ago. Each member of the class
which Is about to leave for the High echool
threw a shovelful of earth upon the tree ,
giving an appropriate quotation at the same
time. Miss MdCllntock was n great
favorlto with the pupils and It was their
unanlmora deslro that the tree be dedicated
to her memory.
Before school clorvd for the afternoon the
children of the school will plant madeira
bulbs about the trees In the yard. In every
room bulbs have besn planted In pots and
grown with the intention of se'ttlng them
around the trecw In the yard. A tree le en
trusted to the care of each room , and the
vines that are grown around It and the con
dition of the tree Itself are matters of per
sonal prldo with the grades. , So careful are
the children in their play that never yet
has a tree been molested by a pupil nor
vine Injured.
HIM I.ITTIiF. HIM , .
The Doctor Him * fp lAwnliifit nn iM
| MT < ; la lli > it < t < * rlnur AvrounlN.
"Now , In regard to your llttlo bill , doctor. "
Mid the old gentleman , as ho dropped Into
the plijslckui's private oflleo anJ took n chair.
"Ah , ye * , " returned the doctor. "I'll bo
very gMd to got the money. I < uurp you.
I'm not very prompt and bus I ties * like In
thoio matters , I'm afraid. I let tilings run
along and run along until I need the money
and then I make out the hill and oend It In.
No doubt someof thene "terns tdould have
been charged up to you mniUii ) nga. " * ; . . -
I don't care anything nbout that. " returned -
turned the old man. "You can take all the
tlmo you wint about sending your bills In.
but. hang It all ! It strikes mo that thla on
Is mkhty stoop. "
"Wh.y > .1 tho"t't , > t H very reasonable. " an
swered Hie doctor.
"Ami seme of the Items I don't under
stand , went on the old gentleman , "l.'nr
Instance , hero to a charge of S4 for Marcti n ,
and aa I recall It March C was ( de day you
took Sunday dinner with us. "
"Precisely , " explained the doctor ; "and
you will recall also that after dinner your
daughter was kind enough to sing for me ,
and that eho complained of a little throat
trouble and asked me 1C I thoi lit It was
anything serious , to which 1 replied that I
did not. "
"I recall It. " admitted the old gsntlcm.m.
"Well. " said the doctor , "that $1 charge
Is for professional advice given on that oc-
ccalcn. I aUo charged up ar/other $4 for
the tlmo your wlfo aaked me how big n ilcao
of quinine It wao eife to give a C-year-oUl
child. You remember the occasion , I sup
pose. You tiad kindly Invited mo ( o tlio
house for a friendly game of whist , but I
did not undcMtnni ! . that the Invitation In
cluded giving professional advice to your
family. Another evening when I was
calling on your daughter she naked mo wfcat
was normal tcmptrnture- a human being ,
and of couras I have put down $1 for that.
You see. the hnhlt of Inviting profcsjlcnut
nun out socially and then taking advmtago
of thu fact Is growing eo that many of to.
Including some of Uie noted singers a'nj In-
otrunmitnltsts , have taktci thla method of
\ttscouraKliig It. "
"Ah , yes. I see , " answered the o'.l gen
tleman. "Tho fact U. I didn't understand
nbout It before , but no doubt you areright. .
I'll Just deduct the ofTsctij cs soon aa 1 gut
to my ofllce and then let you know how the
account stands. "
"Tho offsets ! " exclaimed the doctor.
"Certainly. Looking at this purely from a
biK'lneeii point of view , there Is , of course ,
the Sunday dlraer to bo charged up. That
was quite an elaborate ccurae affair , and I
should say It would i tfieap at $2.0) . Then
there Is the music. My daughter docnn't
rank with some of the opera stars , but BIO
\ws singing for you alone on that occasion ,
and naturally the Individual cost will hu
greater than It would bo If you were cnc of
a largo audience. I nhoiild think $10 or $15
would be very reasonable. Then the evenIng -
Ing wo played whl-'t ' my wife put Ir. about
two hours entertaining you , and she told mo
afterward that she never In her life had f.uch
a hard' time to keep convore > Ulon from flag
ging. I don't know what will boa fjlr charge
for that. I'll have lo talk It over with her. "
The basis upon -which n compromise will
be reached Is problematical , relates the Chicago
cage Post , but friends of both oUll have
hopes of keeping the matter out nf the courts.
1'KXS'IO-XS TOIL WKiSTKlt.V VKTIKlt.VS. .
Survlvorx of LullWnr Itc'iiiomlii-rcJ
lij- tin * < : < > iifrnl < ; < > \ cmiin-nt.
WASHINGTON , Aprll | a.-leclal. ( ? ) Pen
sions have been Issued us follows :
Issue of April 11 :
Xcbra ka : Original Thamas Hyan. Omaha ,
$12. Hesioratlon and Increase William T.
11. Iviiwfon. Ansluy , $0 to fit. Incrt-aso
Moses \V. Lotxp. Hull. JG to JS ; Philip H.
Hrotik , Mrrnn , J10 to J12.
lo.ui : Original Knlx Stonrklng , Uxlra , $ S :
Daniel Flnney , Kln sley , ? S ; John L. Cot
ton , Whltumore. } s ; ixinlel W. iCnvlncxs ,
1 Iln'nvlo , * ti ; John WiMsert , LMt. Auburn , $ S.
Additional John llenrd. Iron Hill. jr. to JS.
Ilcijtoratlon and Increase Thomat M. Olio
( dead ) , Orecnlleld. JO to J.12. Ileftorntlnn ami
relssus Samuel W. Miller , .Hlalrsburb' , f .
Increasf Gcorso. W. Hiiiniihrc * > ' , llelmoml ,
* r to JS ; aindlson J. Itlv-prton , J1U to $14.
IlelsEtie and Increase Horace F. Dean , Dun-
lap , $12 to $17. Original , widow , etc.
Amanda Lary , Wax. $ S ; LMlnor cif John li.
Henry , Olln , * 10 ; Matilda Re < lmunn , TrU
poll , $8.
Wyoinlns : Original Henrietta Halght ,
IDvanston. $ S.
South Dakota : Increase Albert A. Ide ,
ni Stone City. $3 to $12.
Colorado : Original Silas O. Bycrs , Monti
Vista , $8.
FRENCH SHIRT WAISTBAND FL4MJNCED SKIRT FROM HARPER'S BAZAR
A useful tailor skirt to wear with various shirt-waists U made with the circular
flounce , which. In Its diversity of styles , Is such a popular mode , The spcclil variation
In thla model la that It tapers to the waist tn front and forms at the side a. rutllu
of medium width , where It falls In with lhe fullness of the back breadths , thu latter
being shirred Into the smallest possible Apace at the waist-line. Such a skirt pro
duces a Ilarlag effect , without duggcstlnt ; a trimmed gown , for slnco the only touch of
decoration Is the shaped band necessary to attach tha flounce , the almost severe tailor
Rtylo Is still retained. The nklrt measures four yards at the foot , and Is a mc > t com
fortable as well as graceful walking skirt.
The now gallor plastron of the shlrt-watat U very becoming , for It Imparts a cer
tain breadth , as It extends across the shouldum The glecves , which are of tbe Utcut
form , have little fulness , and are flnUhcd ut the hand with a small straight cuff.
Tbe plastrtn may bo made of horizontal tucks , and the sleeves as well , or In a utrlpcd
material variety Js given by cutting them with the strlpca In a transverse direction.
Tie plaitron opens In front to admit a white linen collar and chemUrtto , ao generally
uie4 for ahlrt-walatj , and which ! softened by the gajrljr colored narrow tic. or a
wider ribbon pasted twice around the necU and fattened with a jeweled slide in
front. Tbe fullness of the walet Is becomingly adjuded under tbe front yoke , while
tbo back has a few gathers at tbe waist-line. The yoke of the bick , with ncillcped
ed-e b stitched plainly to the lower portion. The plastron fastens at the left IJe
with tortoUa-autdl. ituds , and tbe bronze kid belt In ornamented with delicate links
-tortolse-nhell. . Tbo proper cut at Ujo costume can be obtained from 'the cut paper
patterns furnlrt * * by Harp r' 'JUzar , where It appears. Approximate quantity of
material ; Cotton .good , for shlrt-wai * . CT Inches wido. 314'yard * ; wool tor iklrt , 41.
Inch ? * wide , a fW < J * ; > < tor UcUat ) . 10 yards.

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