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TILE OMAHA DAILY BEti : SUNDAY , NOVEMBER G , 1898. Jtf
MEDICAL. CHRONIC dlaonpos In nil forms treated most BUcrei'sfully upon the low fee > * tern , no thai all tnav bo cured nt a small expense. The Drnpcr Medical Institute , Is' < E. Cor. ICth und Douglas Sts.CX4 -CX4 N31 ALL women who can't ralxn family should , rnniiult the renowned Ocrnun specialist , i Dr. Pries , 1511 Dodge St. Letters 2 rents. M3I3-N-2J * LADIES ! Chlchestcr'a English Pennyroyal Pills ( Diamond brand ) arc th best ; safe , reliable ; tnke no other ; ncml 4o stamps for imrtlcularB , "llcllef for Ladles , " In letter by return mall ; nt druggists. Chlchestcr Chemical Co , Philadelphia. I'n. TVI KWIlITiilS. TYPEWRITERS for rent , $4 00 per month. The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co. , 1C23 Farnnm St. ; telephone 12 ! > 4. -192 WE rent ami sell "the best typewriters rnailo ; largest stock nf peed supplies In Qmaha. United Typewriter ana Supply Co. . 1012 Fnrnam St. REMINGTON"Standard typewriter and supplies. 1619 Farnam St. 715 BOMITTHTNO nW In Block and botulp ; p.iys 200 p r cent per jenr on Investment ; nny amount ; Inventors secured , payable nny tlmo : no ppcculatlon ; beat references ; wrlto fnr particularInvestors' TriiHt 1221 Arch Bt. , Philadelphia , Pa. Dressmaking. Mlsa Sturdy , 2501 Davenport. S2J D3 roil SAM : BICYCLES. REMOVAL sale of bicycles and sundries ; tires nnd 2nd-hnnd wheels a specialty ; everything at cost. Louis Tlescher mi-15 H. 13th. CU N29 SCHOOL OF FRENCH. German , Spanish , $2 per month. Prof. Chatolaln , 301 Boyd theater. 22G-N-22 I'IA\O : TEACHING. MI3S MINNIE LOVI , piano teachnr. Davldeo Bldf. 692-9 * TAILOIII.NG , JOE YOUSEN , the tailor , Boyd theater 70I-N-10 MAX FOOEL niters ladles' JacketH .107 8. 17th. 703 N-10 UPHOLSTERING. Lundcen , 1521 Lenv'th. 22i-N-29 ICARLINO'S shop , 1220 Hurney. Tel 2011. DC'i-N-29 ' MCKELPLATING. OOLD. silver nnd nlckclplatlng. get your baseburiier nlckolplutcd Omaha Plating Co. , 1302 Farnam , entrance on 13th -S15 NM PHYSICAL CUI.TUIII3. MME KAVn Instructor , Swoboda Bystem , of physlpal development. 302 Shoelv HIk. 1,93-16 * I'AWMinoicniis. II. MAROW1T2 loans money. 418 N. 16 CbO Hlllllinil STAMPS AM ) STt3 > OII.S. OMAHA Rubber Stamp Co , 215 So. 13th. Phone 1025. Write for catalogue 159-N-19 IIICYCM : IIII > AIII.\U. WORK guaranteed. Livvrenco Cycle Co , 115 N. 15th. 229 N-22 STORAGE. PACiriC Storage and Warehouse Co. . 908- 810 Jones , general storage and forwarding. CSl OM. Van & Storage , 1511V4 Farnam. Tol. 1559 CSJ MASOaiVOHIC. MASONWORK jobwork. E. llealyl ! > 22 Clark 424-N-26 PAW.MIUOICKUS. EAGLE loan office , 1211 Douglas , oldest established , most rellabl" , nccommodat- Ing ; business confidential , selling JIOOX Htock unredeemed diamonds ; big bargains CU Dl I'lAXOS TUNI3D. PIANOS tuned. $150 Hose , 1521 Dodge 700-N10 PIANO I'ACTOnV. OLD pianos overhauled , secondhand planoa always on hand. C. Sommer , 321 B. 10th 073 OPTICAL. EYES tested free. Optical Institute. Sheet ) block. -211 N30 AXD STUTTKUING. SCHOOL for oura of these dofccts Julia 13. Vnughn. 30ti N Y. L blilg 122 NIS f PI.KATINO. ACCORDION pleating , pinking and cord Ing done. Miss Carter , 207 Douglas block UiS N9 KLKCTRO PLTIIG. . WESTERN Plating Works. 1112 Dodge St 595 r 29 MATTHHSS ItK'NOVATIMJ. M. S. WALKL1N , 2111 Cummg. Tel 1331 HPPKUIiY ONLY corset made hnv Ins wnlst lino. Room 10 , Crelghton Blk. , 15th & Douglas 317-N22 VIOMNS iinp.viiinn. C. A. CASE.Iollns repaired. 410 Sheely bite. -WS-NM STATUAIIY. OONNELLA manufactures nrtlstlo statu ary. .Inside onmment.il work n specialty. 317 So. 10th MC21N24 * ii.vitnwoon IUMHIII. OMAHA.Hardwood Lumber Co , oak. hickory ! - ory , ash , cypress , poplar , etc , 13 ASillf. . 423 N JO MlUlinil FACTORY. ALL mirror work done. 70S N. 16th. * 717-N-ll AMI II.ICTHOTYPIMS. H. 8. STARK & CO , 1110 Douglas. 593 N30 rim.MTL'itn M. 8. WALKLIN , 2111 Cumlntr. Tel 1311 55S-NJO IlOUbU JIOVEH. W. COY , removed to 1716 6t. Mary's Ave , SIS N25 W H SOLICIT and furnish portions to ] stenographers free The Smlth-Premlei Typewriter Co Telephone 1SS < KVa AND iiu LUNDEE.- ' , 1KJ Lcav'W'th. ZS NOV29 HOUSES wi.vrniiEn. GOOD cnro. tl GO per mo W , F. Bnyder , 59th A. Leavemworth , write 811 S Mth st. 707 D3 SHOE WILL repair > our shoM whllo you wait only 1C inln. , halt soles. 40c. First-clans work guaranteed. 212 N. 16th. 720 D3 KLOCUTION. ELLA DAY , Ramgo Bide. , 13 nnd Harnsy. Ii3 Jan.l * SUES & CO. , PATENT. . , LAWHRS AND SOUCIIORS Bee U'da.i ' Umaha , Neb Send for our free Inven tor's Guide. Tel. 1623. MMIUASKA FAIIVIS FOR CASH Oil OMAHA PROPERTY. Dlxon County 200 acres , 3'4 ' miles from Now Castle ; 110 acres under cultivation ; balance meadow nnd pastute ; five room house ; barn SOxCO , two wells nnd nutnps ; seine npple trees , bearing This fnrm Is fenced and cross-fenced. Worth > 3CK . Will exchange for Improved Omnha realty Knox County : 8W acres , four mlleH east of Vpfdlgris : 200 ncres under cultivation ; balance pasture nnd meadow land. A line stock farm , two-story frame house , 18x24 , vlth two nddltlons , barn 20x21 , 14 foot est with addition 14x20 , corncrlb 21x42 , nnd thcr buildings. Price 50,000 cash. Easily vnrtll HO.OOO We aie offering some attractive farms nt ttrnctlve llirures In Sewnnl , Butler , Polk , tnmllton , Clay and Adams eountlus , the rlmo counties of the state . W. UAUMJCIC , 09 SOUTH 1GTH STREET. OMAHA. CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES. SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION Proclamation und notice to tbo Qualified lectors and legal voters of the school dls- rtct of Omaha , ! r ! ! " > countv of Douglas , n the state of Nebraska , of a general etec- lon to bo held In said school district on 'ucsday , the eighth day of November , 1S9S , or the purpoeo of electing live members t tbo Board of Education of said school . [ strict , to serve on wild board from nnd nclndlng the first Monday in January , Iky } , until the first Monday In January , 1902 , also unieo of the bubmlsslon to tbo qualified sloetors and legal voters of said school die- rlct of a proposition authorizing the Board if Education of said school district to la ne bonds In the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand ( $250,00000) ) dollars for the mrpose of providing additional High school acllltlcs , for the purpose of erecting a chool house on the Cass school site , for the purpose of erecting u sehool house In the , -lclnlty of the Pncltlc school ulte. for th * lurpose of purchasing a school site In the /Iclnlty of Fortieth and Davenport streets nnd erecting thereon a school house. To ho qualified electors und legal voteis of the school dlstrlet of Omnha , In the ounty of Douglas , In the state of Nebraska , R C Jordan , president of the Board 01 Education ot the school dlstrlet of Omaha , n the county of Douglas , In the state of Nebraska , do Issue , this , my proclamation , and by vlitue of the authority vested in mo us such president , do hereby glvo public lotlco to the qualified electors und legai voters of tbo school district of Omaha , n the county of Douglas , In the state of Nebraska , that u general election will bo leld In s ild school district on Tuead iy , the eighth day of November , 1S9S , for the pur- lese of electing five members of the Board > t Education of aald school district , to Hervo on Bald board from und Including the Irst Monday In January , issu , until the first Mondav In January , I0lli. SCHOOL BOND ELECTION I , R. C Jordan , president of the Boarc of Education of the School District o : Omaha. In the County of Douglas , In the State of Nebraska , do issue this , my proc- amatlon , und by virtue of the authority vested In mo as such president , do hereby glvo public notice to the qualified electors und legal voters of the school district of Omaha , In ths County of Douglas ) . In the Stnte of Nebraska , that u general election will bo bold In sum school district on Tues day , the Sth day of November , 1S9S , at which the following proposition to vote bonds of said school district will be sub mitted , to-wlt : Shall the Board of Education of the school llstrlct of Omaha , In th : county of Doug- as. In the state of Nebraska , be author- zed to Issue bonds of said school district .n the pum of two hundred and titty thou sand ( $250,000) ) dollars for the purpose of providing additional High sehool facilities jn Capitol Square , the present site of the High school , nt n co t of ono hundred and fifty thousand ( $150,000) ) dollars , for the ! > urposo ot erecting a school house on the C"ass school site on Cais street , between Fourteenth and Flflcen'h streets , nt a cost of thirty-five thousand i$33,000) ) dollars ; for the put pas * nf erecting a school house In the vicinity of the Pacific school site at a cost ot thlrty-flvo thousand ( $33,000) ) dollars , and for the purpose of purchasing a site and erecting u chool house In the vicinity of Fortieth nnd Davenport streets at a cost of thirty thousand ( $ JO.OOO ) dollars Said bonds to bo dated January 1st , 1899 payable 20 years after date , with Interest nt the rate ot not to exceed 4 per centum psr HUM urn payable scml-unnuully on the sec-ond dnys of July nnd January in each your , both principal und Interest payable In coin of the united States nt the Ne- biaska Fiscal Agejicy In the city of New York Said questions shall bo submitted to snld eke'tors entire , and the votfs thereon shall bo "Yes" or "No ; " and nil ballots having un "X" opposite the weld "Yes" shall bo considered as authorizing said bonds , and all ballots having nn "X" opposite the word "No" shall bo considered as against trip authorization of said bonds The polls shall be open on the nay of said election at eleht (8) ( ) o'clock In the morning and shall continue open until six (6) ( ) o'clock In tbo evening of the/ name dav at the re- Toctlvo voting places as follows : FIRST WARD First DIstrlct-N. E. Corner 12th and Pa clllc streets Second District N W. corner 10th and Lincoln avenue ( Center street ) Third D'strlct N E corner 13th and Vln ton streets Fourth District N. E corner Sth and Pa cific streets Fifth District N. E. eorner Sth and Hlekory streets Sixth District N. W corner 8th and Ban i- croft streets. Seventh District N E. corner Gth and Plrreo streets Eighth District N side Lincoln avenue ( Center utrcut ) , between Dili und 6th streets. SECOND WARD. First Dlstrlct-8 E. corner 16th and Loavenworth streets Second District N W corner 19th and Mason streets Third Dlstrlct-S. W. corner 20th and ° opoleton avenue Fourth District S side Pierce , street , between 15th and 16th streets Fifth Dlstrle-t-S. E corner 14th and Hlekory streets Sixth Dlstrlct-S. E. corner 17th and William streets Seventh District N. W. corner 16th and Mnrtlui streets Eighth District N. E. corner 20th and I Martha streuts 1 Ninth DIstrlct-N. W. corner 13th nnd Valley streets Tenth District S. E corner 20th nnd Vlnton streets Eleventh District N. E. corner 24th and Vlnton sticets THIRD WARD. First District N. E. corner 14th and Jackson streets . Second District N. E. corner Harney and 14th street * . Third District N. W. corner 14th and Capitol avenuo. Fourth District S. E. corner 14th and Chicago streets Fifth District S. W. corner 15th ana Burl streets Sixth District N. E. corner 12th and Jackson streets Seventh Dlntrlct S. W. corner llth anil Douglas streets District N W. corner 10th and Capitol avenue Ninth District S. W. corner 12th am ] Chlcaco streets Tenth District N. E corner 9th anil Howard streets FOURTH WARD. First DIstrlct-E. sldo 17th street , be. twcen Davenport nnd Chicago streets. Second District N. E. corner 22d anc Dodge streets. Third District N. sldo Davenport , be. twcen . ' 4th nnd 23th streets. Fourth District N. W. corner Seth am Fnrnam streets Fifth DUtrlct-N. W. corner iSth anc Douclas streets Sixth iJistrlct-S. B. corner ISth and St Mary s avenue. Seventh District N. W. corner ISth anc Leavenworth streets Eighth Dlstrlct-S side Harney street between 20th and 24th streets Nlmn District S E. corner 23th avenui and St. Mary's avenue FIFTH WARD First District E. side Sherman avenue opposite Mandtrson street. Second District S. E corner Shermnt avpnuu anil Blnnoy street. Third DIstrict-N. E. corner ISth nn < Lnko streets Fourth District B W corner Qraci street and Sh rnuui avenue. Fifth District S. W. corner 19th am Burdetto str < - ts. Sixth Distrlct-N. W corner 19th tni Ctmrl'-a streets. CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES. ( Continued. ) Seventh Dl trlot-3. E. corner ISth and Charles streets streetsSIXTH imivwt First DMtrlct-N. E. corner 30th and ' Ames avcnu * . Second District 8. W. corner d and Ames avenue. Third DUtrlct-N. E. corner 45th and , Grant streets. Fourth Dlstrlct-S. E. corner 27th and Mnnderson streets Fifth DIstrlct-N. E. corner 24th and Spencer strents , Sixth Dlstrlct-S. W. corner 28th avenue nd Corby street. . . . . Seventh District N. E. corner 33d and Barker streets. Eighth DIstrlct-N. E. corner 27th and Burdette streets Ninth DIstrlct-N. W. corner 2.th and "rnnklln streets. Tenth District N. E. corner 22d and Lnko streets. Eleventh District S. E. corn r 24th and Grace First Dlstrlct-S. W. corner 2Sth and Mason streets Second District N. E. corner 30th avcnua i ml Popplcton avrnuo. Third District N. W. corner 33d nnd Lin- : oln uvenue ( Center street. ) Fourth District N. W. corner 29th nnd \rbor streets. Fifth District N. E. corner 29th and Ilrkory Jtreets Sixth Distrlct-N. E. corner 29th street ind Popploton nvpnuo. EIGHTH WARD. First District S. E. corner 21th nnd Paul streets. Second District N. W. corner 27th and Caldwell streets. Third District N. E. corner 2Glh and California streets. Fourth Dlstrlct-N W. corner 25th uve- nuo nnd Cumins ctrcet. Fifth Dlstiict N. E. corner 21st and Cumlng streets Sixth District W. sldo 2Ist street be- twen Cnss nnd California streets. Seventh District N. E. corner 15th and umlng streets Eighth Dlstiict S. W. corner 17th and California streets NINTH "vVARD First Dlstrlct-S. W''eorncr 32d and Cum- np streets Second District N. W. corner 40th and Cumlng streets. Third District N. W. corner 40th and "Fnrnam streets Fourth District N. side Davenport street , one-half block west 32d street Fifth District N. E. corner 31st avenue and Farnam street. Sixth District N. W corner 29th avenue and Leavcnworth street. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand as president of the Board of Edu cation of the school district of Omaha , this 23th day of October. 1S9S R C. JORDAN. President. Attest : J.-M. OIL-LAN , Secretary. O 2C d lOt PROCLAMATION. And election notice to the legal voters and electors of the City of Omuhn : In pursuanee of un ordinance duly passed nnd approved by the mayor and city council of the city ot Omaha , nnd by virtue of the authority and power In mc\ vested us the mayor of said city , I , Frank E. Moores. mayor of the ctly of Omaha , ao nereby Issue my proclamation ns such major nnd hereby call a special election of said city for Tues day. November S , U93 , nnd do hereby xlve public notica to the legral electors and voters ers of sitd city that said special election is BO culled for the purpose of submitting to the legal eloctom of said city or utnaha nt such special election the several ques tions nnd propositions of Issuing paving bonds In the sum of $50,000 and sewer bonds In the nun. of $30,000 , which said questions and propositions nro ns follows , to-wlt. QUESTION AND PROPOSITION OF ISSUING PAVING BONDS. "Shall bonds of the city of Omaha in the sum of $60.000 bo Ifcsued during the jear 1S99 for the purpose of paying the cost of paving , repavlng or macadamiz ing the Intersections of streets and spaces opposite nllcjs In the city ot Omaha , the snld bonds to run for tvvontv years from the dute thereof , nnd to bear Interest , payable seml-annually , at a rule of in terest not exceeding four (4) ( ) per cent per annum , with coupons attached , to be called "Paving Bonds , " the .ild bonds not to be sold for less than par ? " QUESTION AND PROPOSITION OB ISSUING SEWER BONDS. "Shall bonds of the city of Umaha In the sum of $50,000 bo Issued durlncr the year 1899 for the purpose of paying the cost of the construction und maintenance ot main sewers In the city of Omaha , the said bonds to run for twenty years from the dote thereof and to bear Interest , payable soml-annually. at u rate of Interest not ex ceeding four (4) ) per eent per annum , with coupons attached , to i > e e.tlttu "Sewer Bonds , " the said bonds not to bo sold for | e ° s than par ? " The said questions and propositions . bo submitted to eald legal electors of said iy. entire and separately , and will be prepared by the city clerk of said city und properly distributed in the form of of. flctal ballots among the several judges o said election. Under each of said questions nnd proposl tlons will be prlntrd on the official ballo the word "Yes" und the word "No. " All of sold ballots having nn "X" mark , following the Word "Yea , " will be counted In favor of Issuing the bonds referred to In the question nnd proposition ibovo snlif ward , and nil ballots of said legal electors with an "X" mark following the word "No1 upon said ofliclal ballots cast nt aald clcc tlon , shall bo counted nnd considered a : ugnlnst the Issuing of the bonds mentioned In the question nnd proposition on which sold "X" Is placed. The said special election will he open at S o'clock In the morning of Enid day , nnd will continue open until 6 o'clock In the afternoon of the same day ( U the following p luces in the said city of Omaha , in Doug las count > , Nebraska , namely : FIRST WAItn First District Northeast Corner Twelfth nnd Pacific streets Second District Northwest corner Tenth street and Lincoln nvenue ( Center street. ) Third District NorthcaM corner Thir teenth and Vlnton street * . Fourth District Northeast corner Eighth and Pacific streets , Fifth District Nurtiieat csrncr Eighth and Hickory streets. Sixth District Nortliwaat corner Ninth nnd Bancroft streets Sevnth District Northeast corner Sixth nnd Plcrco street ? . Eighth District North side Lincoln nve- nue. ( Center street ) , between Fifth and I Sixth streets streetsSECOND WARD. First District Southeast corner of Six teenth nnd Leavcnwoitn streets. Second District Northwest corner Nine- tcenth nnd Mason streets. Third District Southwest corner Twen tieth nnd Poppleton uvenue. Fourth District Boutu side Pierce street , between Fifteenth nnd Sixteenth streets Fifth District Southeast corner Four teenth nnd Hickory streets Sixth District -So'tthet comer Seven- tppnth nnd Wllllnm streets , Seventh District Northwest corr.r Six teenth and Martha streets. Eighth District Northcabt corner Twen tieth nnd Martha tUrcetp Ninth District Northwest corner Thir teenth and Valley strcotr. Tenth DlstrlPt Southeast corner Twen tieth nnd Vlntnn streets Eleventh District Northeast corner Twen- ty-fourth nnd Vlnton streets. THIRD WARD First District North last corner Four teenth nnd Jai kson streets Second District Northeast corner Harney and Fourteenth streets Third District Northwest corner Four- teci In street nnd Capitol avenue. Fourth District Southeast corner Four teenth and Chicago streets Fifth District Southwest corner Fifteenth and Hurt strnets Sixth District Northeast corner Twelfth and Jackson streets Seventh District Southwest corner Elev enth and Douglas street1 Eighth District Northwest corner Tenth i and Capitol avenue Ninth Dlnrlct Southwest corner Twelfth and Chicago streets Tenth District Northeast corner Ninth and Howard ttreots FOURTH WARD First District Katt side Seventeenth street , between Davenport and Chicago streets. Second District Northeast corner Twen ty-second nnd Dodge streets , Third District North side Wavenport . between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth street * . Fourth DUtrlct Northwest corner Twen ty-fifth nnd Farnam streets Fifth District Northwest corner Elgh- teeenth and Douglas streets. Sixth D strlct Southeast corner Elch- tepnth street and 8t Mary's avenuu. Seventh District Northwest corner Eigh teenth and Leavenworth streets. KlRhth District South side Harney street , between Twentieth and Twenty-fourth streets. Ninth District Southeast corner Twenty , fifth avenue and St Mary's avenue. FIFTH WARD. First District East side Sherman avenue , , opposite Manderson street. Second District Southeast corner Sher man nvenuo and Blnnev street. Third District Northeast corner Eigh teenth und Lnke directs , Fourth District-southwest corner Grace : street nnd Shrmnn avenue. Fifth District Southwest corner Nine teenth and Burdetto streets. Sixth District Northwest corner Nine teenth and Charles streets. CITY OFFICIAL MITICR * . | ' I ( Continued ) Seventh District Southeast corner Eigh teenth and Chnrle streqti SIXTH WARD. First District Northeast corner Thirtieth ttreet and Am > s avenue Second District-Southwest corner Forty- si oml und Ames avenue. Third District-Northeast corner Forty- fifth nnd Grant etreeU. Fourth District Southeast corner Twen . . ty-seventh nnd Mnnderson street * Fifth District Northeast corner Twenty- fourth nnd Spencer streets Sixth District Southwest corner Twenty- eighth nvenue nnd Corby street. Seventh District Northeast corner Thir ty-third nnd Parker street ; . Eighth District Nortbe-ast "orner Twcn- tv-seventh nnd Burdette streets. Ninth Dlrtrlcf-Northwest corner Twenty- seventh and Franklin streets. Tenth District Northenst corner Twenty- seeond and I nke streets. Eleventh District-Southeast corner Twen ty-fourth nnd Grace streets SEVENTH WARD. First District Southwest corner Twenty- eighth nnd Mason streets. Hocond Dlstrlel Northeast corner Thir tieth avenue nnd Popplcton avenue. Third District Northwest corner Thirty- third and Lincoln avenuu , ( Center street. ) Fourth District Northwest corner Twen ty-ninth and Arbor street * Fifth District Northeast corner Twen ty-ninth nnd Hlekory streets Sixth District Northeast corner Twenty- ninth street nnd.Po.npleton avenue. First District-Southeast corner Twenty- fourth and Paul streets. Second District Northwest corner Twcn- ty.ni < ven h and Cnldweli streets. Third District-Northeast corner Twenty- ; Mh and California treets. Fourth District Northwest oorner Twen- Mirth avenue nnd I'umlnj : d r Fifth District Northeast corner T.wenty- rst and Cumins streets. . . . . SKtli District-West side Tvyentv-llrst ticet. between Cars and California streets Seventh DI'trlct-Northenst corner Elgh- > enth nnd Cumins Btreets. Eighth District-Southwest corner Seven- . .nth and First District Southwest corner Thlrty- : cond nnd CumltiR street" . Second District Northwest corner For- Uh nnd Cumlng streets Third District Northwest corner Fortieth , nd Farnam streets. Fourth District North side Davenport trect , onehalf block west of Thirty-second Fifth District Northeast corner Thirty- , rst avenue and Fnrnam street Sixth District Northwest corner Twenty' Inth nvenuo nnd Leavenworth street. In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand as mayor of fald city of Omaha his 19th Oay of October , 1S9S. FRANK E. MOORES , Mayor. cs'BEECHER HIOBY , city cteric. Octl9 D20t IlELHUOUS SERVICES. llnutlxt. BETH -EDEN CHURCH , 819 SOUTH Twenty-ninth Avenue , Rev. C. B. Allen , Jr , Pastor Services at 10.30 a. m. nnd S p m ; Sunday school ut noon ; B Y. P. U. , CALVARY CHURCH. TWENTY-SIXTH und Sew ard Streets , Rev. Thomas Andcr- non , Pastor Services at 10.JO a m. und 7.30 p. m. ; Sum ! iy school nt noon. MRST CHURCH. THIRTY-FIFTH AND Fnrnam Streets , Rev. T L. Ketman , Pastor Services nt 10:30 : a. m. nnd 8 p. in. , Sunday sehool at 11:43 : a m. . Junior union , 3.30 p. m ; B. Y. P U , 7 p. m . Mission Sunday school , Twenty-eight , nnd Sewnrd Streets Rev. August Bolter Pastor Services at 10:30 : n. m. nnd 7:30 : p m. . Sunday school at 9:13 : n. in GRACE CHURCH. TENTH AND ARBOR Streets , Rov. J. O. Staples , Minister Services nt 10.43 n. m. nnd 8 p. m ; Sun- dny school tit noon : gospel meetings , Wednesday evenlnc : Young Pcoplo'B meetIng - Ing , Friday evening ; reading room open IMMAyNUELll CHURCH , BINNEY AND Twenty-fourth streets. Pulpit supplied temporarily : services nt 10.30 a. m. nnd 7:30 : p. m. : Sunday school nt noon. MOUNT PISGAH CHURCH , TWENTY- sevnth and Cnss Streets , Rov. Robert January. Pastor Services at 11 n. m. nnd 7-30 p. m. ; Sunday school nt 12:30 : p. m. , prayer meeting , Wednesday evening ; Younir People's meeting , Friday evening. OLIVET CHURCH , GRAND AVENUE nnd Thirty-eighth Btre.et , Rev. A. J. Flem ing , Pastor Services nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. : Sunday school nt noon SWEDISH CHURCH , G18 NORTH EIGII- teenth Street , Rev. P. Swartz , Pastor Services at 11 n. m. and 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday ZIflON > ° CHtUR3Cn.221ri GRANT STREET. Rev. T. T. Ward , Pastor Services nt 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school at 12:30 : p. m. Christian. FIRST CHURCH , CORNER TWENTIETH Street und Capitol Avenue , R ° v J. M Vnvvter , Pastor Services nt 10.30 u. m and 7-30 p m , Sunday school at 12 in. , Young People's Society of Christian En- de.ivor nt G-10 p. m ; prn > er meeting Wednesday nt 7 > I0 ! p m. GRANT STREET CHURCH , TWENTY- slxth and Grant Streets , Rev Charles Taylor , Pastor Services nt 10.30 a m. nnd 7 30 i > m : Sunday school at noon WALNUT HILL CHURCH , 4420 NICHO- 1ns Street , Rev Jose ph Nichols , Pastor- Services nt 10:30 : n. m and 7:30 : p , m , Sunday school at 3 p. m. poiiKrccntlonnl. CHERRY HILL CHURCH , 5011 NORTH forty-second Street , Rev. L S. Hand , Pastor ServlecH at 11 a. m. ; Sunday school at noo'i FIRST CHURCH , NINETEENTH AND Davenport Streets , Rev. II. C. HcrrlnK , Pastor Services at 10.30 n. m. ; Y. P. S C E at 6:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school ut noon. HILLSIDE CHURCH. THIRTIETH AND Ohio Streets , Rev. Jacob Flook Pastor Services at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. , Sunday school at noon ; prayer service Wednesday nt 7 30 p. m PARIC VALE CHURCH. 2914 CASTELLAR Stre t , Rev. Frank H. Anderson , j'.istor Services nt 8 p. m ; Sunday school at 3pm ; Christian Endeavor nt 8 p m PILGRIM CHURCH , 102 NORTH FORTY- flrst Street , Rev. Frank D Jackson , Pastor Services at 11 n m. and 7:30 : p. m ; Btindav school nt noon PLYMOUTH CHURCH. TWENTIETH nnd Spencer Streets , Rev Howard Mac- A > val , Pastor Services at 10 30 n m. and 8 p. m ; Endeavor society at 7 15 p m . > er mtetliiff Wednesday at 7.30 p. in. ; undav school at noon. ST MARY'S AVENUE CHURCH , Twenty-seventh Street and St Marv's Avenue. Rev S Wrlpht Butler. D D , Pastor Serv Ices at 10 ' 0 a m and 7-30 p. m ; Sunday school ut noon SARATOGA CHURCH , TWENTY-FIFTH Street and Ames Avenue , Rev. L S Hand , Pastor Services at 10 30 n , m and 7 43 p. m ; Sunday school at 2-30 p m llplnc-opal. ALLSAINTSCHURCH , TWENTY-SIXTH nnd Dewey Avenue , near Fnrnam , Rev Thomas J Mackay , Rector Holy com munion every Sunday In the month except tbo llret , at 7 30 a. m. ; sermon nt 11 n. m and 7 30 p. m. ; Sunday school at " M n m CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD Twentieth and Ohio Streets , Rev. George F.iiwonl Walk , M A . Ror-tor Services al 8 a , m. , 11 n. m. and 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school nt 9-45 a. m. ST ANDREWS CHURCH , CORNER Charles and Forty-first Streets. Rev C II YounfT , Priest Services nt 7.30 a m 11 a. m and 7:45 : p m ; Sunday school ul 10 n m. . Frlclnvs nt 7:45 : p m ST AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH , THIRTY- third and Francis Streets , Prleit ir Charge , Rev W S Howard Services al 4pm : Sunday school nt 3 p m. ST BARNABAS' CHURCH , 619 NORTH Nineteenth Street , Rev John Williams Rector Se-rvlces at 7:30 : n. m , 11 n m and 7:45 p m Sunday nchool nt 9:30 : n m ST JOHN' " CHURCH , TWENTY-SIXTH and Franklin Streets. Rev. W. 8. How. nrd. Priest Services at 7 30 and Ham nnd 7-43 p. m ; Sunday school nt 9:30 : a m : dally services ot G-45 nnd 7 n. m. am 4-43 p. m ; Wednesdays at 7 45 p. m ; Frl' da > at 7.30 p m ST MATHIAS1 CHURCH. 1423 8OUTI- Tenth Street Rev L F. Potter. Priest InV Clmrtre Sen Ices at 7.30 a. m. , 11 n. Inn nnd 7 30 p m ; Sunday school nt 10 n m ST PAUL'S ' CHURCH. 3211 CALIFORNI/ Street Pulpit supplied temporarily. erv Ices nt 11 n m nnd 7 30 p m. , Sunda ; school nt 10 a m ST PHILIP THE DEACON CHURCH , 111 North Twenty-llrst stre ° t. Rev John At 1ii. bert Williams , Rector Serv Ices nt 7:45 ii. in. , 11 a. m. and S p m ; Sunday Bchoo nt 10 a. m ; dally morning prayer at 9 a. m ovnlnir , 5 n m TRINITY CATHEDRAL , CAPITOL AVE 1 nue and Elchtecnth Street. lit Rev Oeorgo Worthlnifton. D D , BUhop , v.ry ; Rev Compb II Fair , D , D. Dean-Hoi iy ; communion , 6:25 : a. m ; litany , 10 u. m mornlnfr prayer , 10.30 a m. ; Sunday school , 12 noon ; evening prajer , 7:45 : p m EMANUEL CHURCH. 2G03 MARC'S Street. Rev. G J Str lcher. Pastor- Rervleea at 10 30 n , m and 7 JO p m Sunday school ut 11 39 a. m. UKl.K.UHS SERVICES. ' ( Continued ) FREE CHURCH , TWELFTH AND DOR- cus Streets , Rev F. H. W. BruechPit , Pastor Services nt 10:3ii : n. m niul 7.30 p. m ; Sunday school tit 2.43 p m. SED1S1I MISblON CHURCH. 222J DAV- cnport Street , Rev F O. Hultmnn , Pas tor Service ? nt 10.30 n. in. nnd 7.30 p. m. ; Sunday -chool nt V45 p. m S510N GERMAN CHURCH. 2MS SPRAGUE Street , Rev. Ernest Mehl , Pastor Services nt 10.30 u. m and 7:30 : p. in ; Sunday school nt 11:30 : n. m. l.iitlirritn. DANISH CHURCH , M9 SOUTH TWENTY- second Street , Rev. I. C. Poulton , Pastor Services nt 1030 n. m. und 8 p m. , ex cept last Sunday In the month , vvhui there nre no evening : services ; Sunday Hchool nt 9JQ : n m EMANUEL SWEDISH CHURCH , NINE- t'cnth nnd Cuss streets , Rev P. L. Svard , Pastor Services nt 10:13 : n. m. and 7.45 p m , Sunday school nt noon FIRST GERMAN CHURCH , 1008 SOUTH Twentieth Strcst , Rev. E. J Freso. Pastor Services at 10,15 a. in. nnd 7.3U p. m ; Sunday school at 2 p. m. KOUNT55E MEMORIAL CHURCH , Six teenth nnd Harney Streets , Rev. A. J Tmklc Pastor Servlees nt 1030 u in nnd 7:30 : p. m : Sunday nchool nt noon GRACE CHURCH , TWENTY-SIXTH Street nnd Woolworth Avenue. Rev Li thtr M Knhii' , Pnstor Serv Ices nt 11 n. m. nnd 7:30 : p m ; Sunday school at 12:15 : p. m NORWEGIAN AND DANISH CHURCH , 1110 North Twenty-sl\th Street , Rev J N Anderson , Pnstor Services ut 11 n. in nnd 7:30 : p , in. ; Sunday school at 12 15 P. m. FELLA DANISH CHURCH , 2213 NORTH Twcnty-slvth Strfct Pulpit supplied tem porarily ; services nt 11 a. m nnd 7.30 p. m , ; Sunday reboot nt noon. S't MAuivtj CHLRCH. TWENTY-FIRST and Burdette Stieets. Rev Leonard Groh , Pastor Services nt 10'43 n. m. und 7.30 p m . Sundav Hchool at noon ST MATTHEW'S CHURCH , FOURteenth - toenth nnd Center Streets , Rev. A. J. Tinkle , Pastor Sundav school o.t 3 p. m ST PAUL'S GERMAN CHURCH , 2723 Parker Street , Rev John F S Her , Pus- tor Services nt 10 n. in und 7.30 p m , Sunduv school nt 2 p. m ; evening- , second end nnd fourth Sunday In each mouth nt 7 TO p m SALEM EVANGELICAL SWEDISH Church , 3J19 South Twenty-third Strfcet , Rev C. E ElvltiK , Pnstor Services nt 10 30 a m. nnd 7 30 p. in ; Sunday school nt noon FIRST CHURCH. TWENTIETH AND Davenpoit Streets , Rev John McQuold. D D , Pnstor Servlees ut 1030 n. m. nnd 7 JO p m , Sunday school nt noon. FIRST GERMAN CHURCH , ELEVENTH nnd Center Streets , Rev Otto E Krlege , Pustor Serv Ices nt 10 JO n m. nnd 7:30 : p m : Sundui school nt noon. HA S'SCOM PARIC CHURCH , TWENTY- nlntli Stioct und Woolworth Avonttc , Rev F M. Blsson. D. D , Pustor ServIces at 1030 n m und 7.30 p m. , Sunday scaool nt noon MONMOUTH PARK CHURCH , THIRTY- fourth Street and Lorlmore Avenue , Rev Frnnk W. Broas , I'astor Services at 11 a. m and 7 0 p m , Sunday sehool nt noon. NORWEGIAN AND DANISH CHURCH , 1613 North Twenty-sixth Street , Rev. Rasmus Wllhi'lmsen , Pnstor Services at 10:30 : a. m. and 7'30 p m ; Sunday school ut noon. ST JOHN'S AFRICAN CHURCH. EIGH- tcenth nnd Webster Streets , Rev Jnmes C C Owens , Pastor Services ut 10.15 n in. and 7 30 p m , Sunday school at 1 10 p. m ' Epworth liMgue every Sunday menliiK one hour pieeedliiff prenchlng , prayer meeting every Wednesday evwi'tig ' ut 7 30. class meeting every Filduy nt 7 30 : > m . SEWARD STREET CHURCH , TWENTY- second nnd Seward Stieets , Rev. A. C Welch , Pnstor Services at 10:30 : u. m. und 7.30 p. m. ; Sunday Hchool nt noon. SOUTH TENTH STREET CHURCH , Tenth nnd Pierce Streets , Rev. George A. Luce , Pastor Serv lees nt 11 n. m nnd 7.30 p m , Sunday school at noon , Junior league. 4 p. m , ; Epworth league , 0.30 p in SOUTHWEST CHURCH , 6123 HICKORY Street , Rev. R. M. HJnderson , Pastor- Services at 10:45 : n m. and 7.30 p. m. ; Sun dnyschool nt 11:45 n. m. SWEDISH CHURCH , 515 NORTH EIGII- teenth Street , Rev. Curl O. Knrlson , Pns tor Services at 11 a. m and 7 uO p m. ; Sunday 10.30 n. in. nnd 7:30 p. m. nt the rooms at in South Thirteenth street WEST OMAHA CHURCH , TWENTY- sevnth nnd Mnrcy streets , Rov. James HajncB , Pnstor Services at 11 n. m. and V.30 p m. ; Sunday school nt noon. TRINITY CHURCH. TWENTY-FIRST und Blnney Streets , Rev. Fred II. Sander son , D D. , Pastor Services at 10:30 : a. in nnd 7.10 p. m ; Sunday school at noon Kpworth leacuo nt G.30 p. m WALNUT HILL , FORTY-FIRST AND Charles Streets , Rev. C. N. Dawson , D D. , Pnstor Services nt 10.30 a. m. and 7.3 p m ' "iinrtav school nt noon J M Glllnn superintendent ; Epworth league at 6:3 : P m. SOUTH OMAHA. FIRST CHURCH Twenty-third nnd N Streets , Rov. J. A Johnson , Pastor ALBRIGHT. RHV. J. Q. A. FLEHARTY Ph. D. , Pastor. 1'rc-xl ) ) tcrlnn. AMBLER PLACE CHURCH , FORTY- PC-ond nnd Mnrliida Streets Pulpit sup- Slled tempornrlb , services at 10.30 a. m. , undnv school nt 11 PO a. m BEDFORD PLACE CHURCH. 302S LALK Street , Rev Knox Boude , Pnstor Seivices at 1010 n m and 7:30 : p m ; Sunday Ecluol at noon. CI N'l HAL I'NITRD CHURCH. TWENTY- fourth and Dodge Streets , Rev Alexan der Gllc hrlst. 1'nstor Services at 10 30 n P1 , , ? " I'30 D m Sunday school at noon CLIFTON HILL CHURCH , 413S GRANT Street , Rev. Jnmes D. Kerr , Pastor- Services at 10 30 u. m and 7:30 : p. in ; Sunday school nt noon FIRST CHURCH. SEVENTEENTH AND Dodge Streets-Services at 10:30 : a. m. and 8 p m : Sundav school at noon. FIRST GERMAN CHURCH. S11 NORTH Eighteenth Street , Rev. Danlul Grleder. Pnstor-Sorvlccs at 10 30 a m. nnd 7-30 p m : Sundnv srbool nt noon FIRST UNITED CHURCH , TWENTY- first and Cmmet Streets , Rev Frank B I ester , Pastor-Services nt 10.30 n m and 7.30 p. m. ; Sunday school nt noon ; Chris tian union meeting at 7pm. GRACE MISSION CHURCH. B07 WIL- Ll.nrmintre0f ? ftH,1n'lt ' supplied temporarily ; n m. and 7JO : p. m , ' Sunday school at noon " 9X HURCU' NINETEENTH AND Ohio Streets , Rev A Chrlstlo Brown Pastor-Services at 10.30 n m. nnd 7 36 p m , ' Sunday Bchool nt 12 in : Young A People's 11FI 1 AYPT meeting * > roe - . nt - * * . 7 * . p . m. _ _ _ _ oo n m : oung Peonlo' Society of Christian Endeavor at 64 PARK AVENUE CHURCH , PARK AVE nnd Nlchous Streets , Rev Samuel M vnre , Pastor Services at 10 SO n. m. nnd , ntid Leavenworth Streets-Sunday school at noon WESTMINSTER CHURCH. TWENTY- , ninth nnd Mnnon Streets , Rev T V Mporo , Pastor-Services nt 10:30 : n m. nnd 7 30 p. m j Sunday school at noon. Eighteenth , ° r , THC " ° LY FAMILY , nnd Izord Streets , RPV. John Fltzpatrlck , Pustor-Servlces.nt 7. S nnd 10 30 n m. nnd 7 30 p. m ; Sunday school ut 2.30 p. m CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART , Twenty-second nnd Blnney Streets , Rev. Patrick J. Judge , Pnstor ; Rev J Mc- Numarn. Assistant Pastor Services nt 7 . , ut30- fl 30 and 10 30 n. m ; Sunday school 2 30 p. m. ; week day mass , 7 and 8 ' a. m. ST CECELIA'S CHURCH. 4117 HAMILton - ton Street , Rev Timothy O'Callah in. . Pastor Services at 8 nnd 10:30 : n. m ; Sun- dny school ut 9 n m. ST JOHN S CHURCH. TWENTY-FIFTH nnd California Streets , Rev Joseph II MeuffclH , 8 J , Pnstor Services nt B , C , ' 7 , 8 10 , 9 30 and 10 30 a. m : Sunday school at 2 30 p m , vespers at 3 p. m. and 7 30 P. m ST JOSEPH'S GERMAN CHURCH 8EV- enteenth and Center Streets , Rev Mauri , tlus Buukkolt , Pastor Scivices nt 8 and A 10.30 a m ; Sunday Kchool nt 2.30 p m - ST MARY'S MAGDALENE CHURCH 1C1C Douglas Street Rev George J. Glauber , . Pastor Services at & und 10.30 a. m. ; vts- 1- ; AS CATHEDRAL , 4" ! . South Ninth Street , Rt Rev. Richard Hoannell , Blshoti Rev. J H. McDevItt , . Pastor ; Rev. William Kelly , Assistant Pnstor Services nt 6. 7 , S , 9 and 10.30 a. . ST" ; bPUETEVschoocIixtJAc1l ? ! " "TWENTY- clBhth and Leavenworth Streets , Rev. John E English Pnstor ; Rev. W M. ! MrNamnruT'AsMstnnt Pastor Services nt , 7 , 9 and 10 30 a m : venpors at 7:30 : p , m : Sunday school at 9-10 n. m. I ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH , 1401 CA8TEL- I lar Street , R v John T , Smith , Postor- I Services at 8 nnd 10 30 a. m. and 7.30 p rn Punilay school ut 2pm. ; BT WFNCF8LAFS BOHEMlANCHURCH 1 1433 South FouitHnlh Street , Ilev , Johr ItF.l.tr.UU'S ' MF.I ( .Continued ) Vrnnek , Pastor Services nt S nnd 10 n m , bundny school ut 2 p mppcr * nt 2-80 p in , week dny inn * * nt S. 10 n. m. UNITY CHURCH. SEVENTEENTH AND Cass Streets , Rev Newton M Mnnn , Minister Study , 16J1 Cnss street. Services 10:4S : , Sundav school nt noon FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST ( Scientist ) , 2o33 St. Mnrv's Avenue S rvlces nt 11 n m. , confuting of bible rending * nnd explanatory selections from the Christian Sclenco text book Children's Sunday school at 9 4i n m Wednesday evening meeting at S o'clock AMERICAN VOLUNTEERS-SERVICES at 10.30 n m nnd 7 30 p. m. ut the rooms nt 114 South Thlrtjenth rtroot FIRST UN1VKRSALI8T C1ILRCH , NINEteenth - teenth nnd Lothrop Streets Pulpit sup plied tcmpornrll.v , sot vices nt 1045 u. m. nnd 7.30 p m . Sundnv school nt noon CHAPEL OFTHECARPENTER , SECOND nnd William Streets Services at 9 n. m and 5.30 p m CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER Day Saints Seivices Sundav ut 11 n. m. and 7 30 p. m nt Knights of I\s thins ball , North Twenty-fourth und Chnilcs ntre'et CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING , 202 Now York Lit ? Building Services 11 a m Pastor's subject , the Blblo and Science' nnd Health , with key to tcrlpture , bj Rev. Marv Baker Eddy REE METHODIST CHURCH 1719 South Eleventh Street , Rev William M Adams , Pa = tor Sot vices at 11 n m and 7 30 p. m. ; Sunday school ut 9 45 n m vomit OMAHA UNION MISSION , sue , Sherman Avenue Pulpit supplied tempo- | rnrlly ; services at 11 u. m , Sundu > school , nt noon. ) MAHA PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Labor Temple , South Seventeenth und Douglas Streets Services ut 3 p m. l " ARK FOREST MISSION , 1110 D STREET I Services nt 11 n m EOPLE'S CHURCH , M2 NORTH EIOH- | teenth Street. Rev Chniles W S.ivldge , Pastor Services nt 10:30 : a. m nnd 7 30 p in , Sundav school at 2 10 p. m REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS Christ. Litter Dny Saints , 1813 Noi'b Twenty-jhst Street , RPV Fled A Smith. Pnstor Services at 9:45 : nnd 11 n m und 7:10 : p. m : Sunday school nt 2 30 p in IT MARY'S GREEK CHURCH , NINTH und Howard Streets , Rev Ellis Aboud , Pnstor Services nt 9 u m and J p in SALVATION ARMY , DIVISION NO 1 , Bin-ticks Seventeenth and Dnvenpon Streets Services nt 11 n m. , 3 and 7.10 i > m SALVATTION ARMY. DIVISION NO. 2 , Barracks , .1421 North Twentieth Street Serv Ices at 11 a in , 3 and 8 p m SWEDISH FREE MISSION CHURCH , 2709 Leavenworth Street Services ut 11 n m and 7 20 p m TIIEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY , ROOMS 308 , Sheelev Block , South Fifteenth und How ard Streets Servlc PS nt J 10 p m EMPLE ISRAEL , 2220 HARNEY STREET Rev Leo Franklin , Rabbl-Serv Ices nt 7.15 P m It AILW AY Tiam C3VH11. UNION PACIFIC "THE Overland Roulo" General Olllce * , N. E. Lor-ier Ninth nnd Fnrnnm Streets City Tleket Olllce , 130. ! Fnrnam Street. Telephone 310 De pot , Tenth nnd Mason Streets. Telephone C29.Leave. Leave. Arrive. The Overland Limited" for Den ver , Salt Lnke , nnd wcsfrn p'ts . 1 8-50 ntn 4:45 pm The Colorado Spe cial , foi Denver & all Colorado p'ts. 11.53 pm 0:40 : am Fast Mall Train for Denver , Uilt Lake , Pacific coast nnd nil western points. 4.35 pm 6:40 : nm Lincoln , Boatrlee & Stromsburg Ex. . . . " 3.30 pm " 12.30 pm YPinont , Columbus. Norfolk , Grand Island and North Platte 4 33 pm " 1:13 : pm Columbus Local . . " C 50 pm " 9:40 : am South Omaha Local Puss Leaves , 0.15 u m. ; 7.00 n in ; 9:10 : n. m ; 3 03 p. m. Ar rive : ? , 10.30 n in ; 3 30 p m , G p in. Council Bluffs Local Leaves C.40 n m 0:50 : n in. ; 7.40 n. m. ; 9:40 : a. m.j 10:30 : n m ; 12-30 p. in ; 2.15 p in. ; 4.30 p. m ; 4:35 : p. m. ; 4'r > 5 p. m. ; 5 63 p. m. ; S 20 p m. Ar rives , 7:20 : a m. ; 8.25 u m. , 9.10 u. m ; 11 3 a. m. ; 3:03 : p. m. ; " 3 30 p. in ; 4.20 p. m ; 6:40 : p m ; 0.30 p. m.j "G.60 p. m. ; ! > ! ( K n. m. ; 11.55 p m. Dally. "Dally except Sunday. BURLINGTON & , MIS- sourl River Railroad "The Burlington Burlington Route" Gen eral Olllces , N. W. Corner Route Tenth and Furnam Streets. Ticket Olllce , 150. ! Fnrnam _ Street. Telephone 250 De. pot , Uentli and Mabon Streets. Telephone 124. Leave. Arrive. Lincoln , Hastings nnd McCook 8.35 nm 9.33 am Lincoln , Denver. Colorado , Ut.ih , California , Black Hills. Montana & Puget Sound . . . . 4:33 : pm 4.00 pm Hastings Local . . . 7 oo pm 7.10 pm Lincoln Fast Mall. 2.53 pm 11.40 am Do vcr , Colorado Utah. California & Puget Sound 11 CO nm 2.15 am Dally Dally exceut Sunday. KANSAS CITY. ST. JOseph - seph & . Council Blurts tta'l- road "Tho Burlington Route" 'J Icket Olllco , 150. I'arnam Street. Telephone 2CO Depot , Tenth and Ma son Streets Telephone 123 Leave. Arrlvu 9:05 : am 1 6:10 : pm 11:00 pm 6 30 nm 4:30 : pm 12.05 pm CHICAUO , IIURLINOTON A : Qulncy Uallroad "Tho Burlington Houte" Ticket Olllce. 1502 rnrnam Street Telephone 250 Depot , Ton h and Mason Streets. Tele phone 123Leave. Leave. Arrive Chicago Vcstlbuled express CO1 ! pm 8.10 am Chicago Express . 9 45 urn 4.10 pn Chicago & St. Louis Express . 7-43 pm 8 10 am Paclllc J'c't'n ' Local 11 53 nm 5 40 pin Fast Mall 2 30 pm Chicago Special. . . 1 2 15 nm 11 50 pm Dally * * Dallv except Sunday CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND fc Paclllc R illrond "Tho Great Rock Island Route' City 1 Icket Ollloc , 132 rarnnm Street Telephone 423 Depot. Tenth and Mason Streets , Telephone C.-9. Leave. Arrive Dos Molnes Local. . . 7 13 nm " 11 25 nn Chicago Express . . 11-30 am 8.00 an Chicago Fast Ex press . . . . . . 1 0.00 pm 1-23 pm St Paul Fast Ex press 1 0.00 pm 11.23 am Lincoln , Colorado Springs , Denver , Pueblo and \ \ est . l:30pm : 4:23pm : Des Molnes , Rock Island nnd Chicago - cage 7lo : pm 8 50 pm Colurado Flyer. . . . 6.40 pm 8.50 tun Dally. Dallpy except Sunday. MISSOURI rACIPIC HAIL- road General Ofllcos and Ticket Office , Southeast Cor ner 14th and Douglax Streets Telephone , 10-1 Depot , nth nnd Webster Sta. Telephone 145S Leave. Arrive St Louls-Kanpas & Neb Limited . . 3 03 pm 12.53 pm Kansas City & rit. Joseph Expiess . . ' 930pm fl 00 am Nebraska Local via Weening Water 4 30 pm 9-43 am Exposition Local % la Nebraska City 1 fi 00 pm 10.03 am Dally * * Dalley except Sunday OMAHA & ST LOUIS RAIL- i jail Omaha. Kansas City & Eastern Railroad "Tho Port Arthur Route" Ticket Ofllce 1415 Farnam Street Telephone - phone 322 Depot , Tenth and Mason Streets. Telephone G29. Leavu. Arrive. St Louis Cannon Ball express 4:00 : pm Ml .30 am Kansas City & Qulncy Local . . . . CCO : am S.OG pm Kansas City Ex- prefs 7:15 : am Port Arthur Ex press 8:30 : pm Dally. CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & . Bt Paul Kallnay City 'i'lekot Olllco. 1601 Farnam Street. Tiknhonp. 2S4 De. pot , Tenth uijd Mason Streets. Telephone , CZ9 Lea % e. Arrive. Chicago Limited Express . 5:43 : pm 8 20 am I Omaha & Chicago I Express 11.W am 4:13 : pm , Sioux City and Do Main's i : xpr-sH . ! ! 00 am 4-15 pm Dally. Dally except Sunuay. u\tM\A * > 'iJim i Aim. ( Continued ) CHICAGO , 8T PAUL. MIN- ncapolt * & OmnhR Railway -General Olllces , Nebraska- Division , FlftpcntU nnd . - - - - ebster Streets. City Tlcketoillre. HOI Farnnm Street. Tele phone. 661. Depot , Fifteenth * nd Webster Streets Telephone. 14VS. Sioux City Accom. . s:50 : am 8 y > pm Sioux City Accom . * 9:50 : am 7.00 pm B I n I r. Emerson Sioux City. Poncn , Hurtlnttton nnd Bloomlteld l:00pm : " 11:55 : am Sioux City , Man- kalo. St. Paul te Minneapolis . C:00 : pm 9.00 am No. 2. St P iul Llm- Itnl M nkes no stopIn Neb 6:0" : " ) pm No 1 Exposition Llmlte-d Makes net Mopa In Neb . . . , * 9'00 nm Nos 1 and 22 Exposition Loral , to Emeison , stops nil stations except Brings G 15 pm ' 30 am Dally Daily except Sunday. Sun day only. FREMONT. F.LKHORN As .Missouri Valley Railway General Ofllces , I'nltod , " . --i Slates National Bank Bldg , -Vgj ? Southwt-Ht Cornel Twelfth ' .tiiinm Stieets. Tleket Olllce , not Fanum Stiee t ' 1 ivlcphone , Bui. Depot , 151 It and Webster btioots Teleiihone , 1458 Leave. Arrive. Black , Hills. Dead- _ vvood , 1 lot Springs. 3.00 pm 6 00 pm ' 3 on pm 6 00 pm Hustings , lark , Da vid city , Superior. Geneva , Exe-ter A. bew ard . . . 3 00 pm 5.00 | inj Norfolk. Verdlgio and Fremont . . b 15 nm 10 43 nm Lincoln , Wtihoo .vV Fremont * S r nm 10.13 am Fremont Local s 15 am * Dnllv. * Dallvecpl Sundav * Sun day oillv. * Dull * ixevpt Saturday CHICAGO & NORTIIWE8T- cu > Rnll\\ny-Clty Ticket Otllce. HOI Fnrnnm Street. T ( leplione , 001 Depot , Tenth and Mason Streets. none , C29 Leave. Arrive. Da > light Chicago Spclnl 6-40 am 11 55 pm Mo Vulley , Sioux City. St Paul & Minneapolis C:00 : am 10:45 : pm Mo Valley , Sioux City * 7:45 : am 9.00 pm Cat roll , Dennlson , Council Illuffa. . . ' 11 .SO pm 9 40 am Eastern Ex , DPS Molnes. Marshall- town , CVdnr RapIds - Ids and Chicago . ' 11.03 nm 4.20 pm Atlantic Fiver. Chicago - cage and Enst . 4-55 pin 4:20 : pm \ist Mail , Chicago to Omaha 3 15 pro Northern Express 5.30 pm 8.40 am Omuha-Chlcugo Spe cial . . . . 6.j5 pm 8 25 nm Omnlin-ChlcaRo Express - press . . 9 03 pm 6'BS nm Dally "Dally except Saturday. " 'Dally except Monday. SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC Rnilroid General OI lees. United States National linnk Bui im 8 " ncr Twelfth nnd rnrnam TlckPt onicc , 1401 Farnnm Hticct. Telephone , OC1 Depot , Tenth nnd Mason Streets. Telephone. WJ Skau , CBty' Paul , ' ' 000am 8.10am Minneapolis 0.30 pm ' 10 pm Sioux City Local. . 7.45 am * 9 00 pm Dally. \V A B A 8 II RAILROAD- Ticket Olllce , 1115 Farnam Htreet Telephone , De pot , Tenth nnd Mason Streets Telephone1 , C2 . Louv u. Arrlv c , St. "Louis 'Canon Ball" Express . . . 4.50 pm 11.30 am Dally. Hill If A I , TUOUhhK.YU. Dctnllcil DcHcrlpUiin of nil Oiitllt. Miss Mnrlo Churchill of New York , whosa wedding to Harold Daring of London took place In Now York City October 21 , had an clnboiato trousseau. The material of tha wedding gown , which lilted to perfection , was soft Jlth white satin. At the toot of the skirt , nt Intervals , were Inserted fans ot shirred and tucltcd chiffon , edged with point nppllg.no Incc. Across the front of the skirt thrco frllllngs of this lace alx Inches broad were festooned and caught at one sldo with clustered ornngu blossoms. The waist wna arranged with a lace joke , from which fell a lace frilling , caught now and ngnm with sprays of orange blossoms. Below this > eKe the satin was pulled over to the right side , whore It vvaa finished at the girdle with a stiff whlto satin how The satin sleeves were liberally tiltnmed with the lace , nnd the collar was of plaited chiffon. The folds ot the voluminous tulle \cll , caught to the colffuro with natural orange blossoms , qulto enveloped the gown with Its long train , The brldo held a big bunch of whlto orchids , and pressed against these wns the point lace edging of her handkerchief Her ornaments wore a collarette of dlnmouds and a long chain of pearls caught up at 0110 filclo of the \\alst with u big circular ornament of soil * talro diamonds. Her lingerie cost $8,000. Every garment Is hand made. It Is all fash ioned of the sheerest linen and lavishly trimmed with loal lace embroidery and masses ot tucks. H ulss peasant women hnvo been emplojcd for months embroider ing and tucking tucso garments. Though the llngcrlo Itself Is of the snowiest white , jut the rlbbonn which adorn It are nf every vivid hue of the rainbow. She has dainty corset covers bright with cherry bows and skirts adorned with vivid green anil cerise bouii tmlto as frequently as with bows ot dcllcnto lavender and faint blue. Olio of hep moat cxpcnslvo nightgowns , besides being lavishly trimmed with real Valeuclonnca lace , is tnado with 100 tucks , all dona by hand. The tucKa are so arranged nt the waist line that the night robe shows n slight tendency to fit the figure there. This night * gown la of the sheerest of linen , nnd Is tnado with a broad collar , trimmed with bauds ot real lace Insertion , and edged with , a deep frill ot lace. The sleeves are puffed and tucked In alternat ing rows and finished nt the wrlat with a fall of lace and two bright yellow ribbon bans. Thcro mo also three bows down tbo front ot the gown and ono largo ono at the throat Besides the tucks on tha sleeves and near the waist line there Is a double row of tucks around the tiottoni ot the gown. Another of Miss Churchill s ro- mnrkablo nightgowns Is ono which has tha upper part designed as an exact copy of a | sailor blouse. The neck Is eut very low i and the deep collar Is trimmed with rows ot I Insertion and fastens In front with a bow of embroidery In place of ribbon. Ono of tha I corset covers h trimmed with eight cherry I bows. It has shoulder straps formed of emI - I broidery beading , through which cherry rfb- ! ban Is run ; tbo ribbons tying In a bow on the shoulders and In another close to tha armpits The beading Is edged with a tiny frill of real lace. This corset cover hai butterfly tows down tbo front and a bow at the back of the waist line. A petticoat among her collection coating $100 Is trimmed with twelve yards of real lace and an unusual number of bows of rib bon and tucks The tucking \ very fine. The tucks start at the waist band and con tinue down the skirt for a few Inches Then they alternate In groups wltli rullles of real Vulonclenncs lace. An Inrtde frill ot lace U used at the bottom of the skirt as well at tbo ono on the outside , which produces a very full , fluffy effect. Bows add to the beauty of tbo lace ruffles. On each ruffla the bows are different In color. On the lowest ruffle they are pink , then green , violet and 'blue , Miss Churchill had her roonoeram band embroidered In white on each one of bet under garments.