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THE OMAHA DAITA BEE: FRIDAY AriUL 25, 1002.
0 SPECIAL NOTICES will ta take til It as. tor th OTSBlas; edition aoa til 80 . an. for narilii a4 Saaday ooltloa. flat, I 1-2 a. wort Brat laaerttea, la a word thereafter. Net bin takes far less lhaa Blto far the a rat laser, tloa. Tbeaa advertlseeaeot (oast 0 raa eoBaeeotlvely. Advertiser, ay reoaostloa; m tiered ebeek, raa have aaawara mm dressed ta a nattrtl tetter la ear f Tha Raa. Aaawara aa addressed will ha deliver sreotatla mt taa hook only. WAXTKU-HALH UBLf, WANTED, two or three men to work from our wagon ; steady work and good pay. M. . Auanis co., itu liowara su 11 M 489 UOOD messenger wanted; Increased pay. A. t. X. WO., DOUlu uiu. o w 16 for half a day s work. If you Uvs In th country or In a small town and .save a good acquaintance among tha termers and atock raisers In th nuliihootnood you can make easily by four or nv hour' work. YSrlte ua and w will send you our proposition. The Be Publishing Co., bollcltor' Dept., umaba. isss. o-m.au WANTED, a good man In every county to taka aubicriotlona for tha Twentieth Century Farmer. Our agent make good wage svrywnre. neierences reuuirea, Adores, Twentieth Century Farmer, omana, nta. u u THREE or four good men wanted; 1100 pet month, call 627 Paxton Clock. t M4V1 WANTED, salesmen to solicit order on nw proposition by which you can earn M to 15 a day; young men from U to It desired, who are hustler and well recom- mendsd. Kooiu loti, Omaha Be bids. U Mt SO ' WANTED, first-class painters and paper Hangers, a. i oeaorooK, tus in. itn hi. u ut WANTED, a gentleman desires to taka private lessons in French two evening earn ween mui can at my residence. Address, atatlng method of teaching. A 42, Be. B H70 WANTED, experienced Invoice clerk; mint bo quirk and accurate at figures; give age, previous occupation and salary wanted. Address A. 44, Bee. b m O. R. RATIIBUN gives private lesson In nooKKeeping. nwin 10, uommerriai rva tlonal bank. B-M160 WANTED, experienced soda dispenser. li. M.iff t r OA O - u -r. Ql PRINTER wanted at tha Time offlr. South Omaha. , . . .. B M830 26 FLORIST wanted, first-class man. who also knows gardening; steady position all tha year around to the right man. Apply on premise or by mall to George A. Jos- tyn, 3xuz uavenport at., Omaha, Men. B-MH31 28 WANTED, experienced bookkeeper and cashier to take charge of credits nnd nut set or hooks 01 large joDmng nouse. Address x ei, Bee. - . B 00 ja WANTED, : honest, hustling advertising solicitor ror ranroaa publication, t. e. Roose, 1518 Farnam. B M873 26 EXPERIENCED clerk, one who has been employed In the city: references required: call at store after p. m. The iJinne orocery Co., B. 13th. B Mmu 2 WANTED, harnessmaker at once. J. O. Blessing & Bon, 3i5 N. 25th St.. South omana, Keo. B M7 25 SALESMEN. WANTED. SALESMEN wsnted for full line of fruit and ornamental trees; pay weekly; outfit free. Lawrenc Nursery Company, Law rence, ivan. 66 jut' WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED, two young lady student to learn hairdralng, manicuring and chi ropody and ctentlflo massage. Call or writs jKocm joo. bvh uiag. . c 492 100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th 4 Dodg. WANTED Millinery trimmers and makers. Apply at once to manager of department eecona nrwr. J. L. ursnaei & Hun, oosion riur. . j siu 24" WANTED Iady to give French conversa tion lessons one evening each week. Biato terms. Address, x to. Be. c an- WANTED, aged couple living in modern house near High school desire middle- aged housekeeper. Address, with refer ences, x ba, Bee omce. c M827 25 WANTED, competent girl for general housework. Mrs. A. B. Juqulth, 2ol7 epencer bi. . c 44 WANTED, lady to demonstrate perfume. Box 624, Omaha. C 840 26 A GOOD girl wanted to do plain eooklng at the Creche, 19th and Harney. C 38 24 1 i.i 1 WANTED, good girl for general house work, can at nuts ueorgta Ave., citv. C-37 24 WANTED, girl for general housework In . small family. 254J California St., Cor. 26th. v. i WANTED, a first-class demonstrator. Ap ply ribbon counter, Boston Store. Mis rnorte. v. wis zn WANTED, half-grown Klrl to take rare of child t year old. Boom 248, ller Grand Hotel. c era zn WANTED, skirt and waist girls; also ap prentice, itoora ki, namge mom. C M874 25 HELP WANTED. WANTED, a number of good famllle for work In th beet fields. Address Standard cattle CO., Ames, jseo. M&17 a FUa RENT MOUSES. TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storsg Co.; offlc loll Farnam. or Tel. ira-su. D IK HOUSES, ator. Beml. Paxton block. D-600 tvta wrvT tm.m V. n . . 00.1 ,4 r.Bn fornla St.. aJ. modern, in good reualr. large yard, lnqulr at M N. Y. Life building. D 141 UrUlQPQ F. Davis Co., 151 Be Bids nvJUOCJ in a,n parts of city. Th O. EIGHT-ROOM, modern, except furnaoe, fA ii. M. Nattlnger, Be Bldg. 'Phone 40. tuul CALIFORNIA, (-room furnished hous. Call artcruoon. D422 Al tiOUSES and flat. Ringwalt. Barker block 1 4W SEE PAYNE BOgTWICK ftt for cholc houses. )i-x M. x. UI Biug, iei. iuis. D-Mj!4 THREE fc 4-roora apartment. 816 a 22d 8t u 1 FOR RENT, l-room, modern, detached house, newly paper.) and palntvd, t. ZUU Capitol Ave. TeU .73. B. 11. Roblson. , ns- 110LBE3. etc F. D. Weed. U24 Dousla U 43 laggard V. 8. Co. 1711 Wabater. Tel 146 POSITIVELY fhe most modern residence. rooms, new. t, worth lii 14 IK Hamil ton t.i I1Uui 10-ROOM modern house, W0S N. Sth St.; otner nou.n. Chrl Boyar, Z2d and cum- log. tel. HX. U oulr-A- VANS and blasts wasona. Tel. HM. D MM 10-ROOM house, with basement, 28th and Jackson, U6 tin, sood location. G. E. Turklngtoa, u Be.. O-MNl VERY desirable T-roum cottage with mod- snedut possloh: refrrence required- wvum Ul, V yUBB. AVJb rIS Ave. j D604 FOR KENT, elegant modern brick resi dence. k K. Mih ave. Vodern traaia rldnoe om paved tret. lis. ' ... t-room house in Hanecom TJlare. tl. ' Mi"-n brU k rrMdence, 2413 Iike st., IIS. ikHKNNAN-LOVa! CO.. mJt D. 1.1th st. FOR RENT HOISES. 7-ROOM modern Ant. Meam heal. 11th and Podge. The Putnam Co.. HH-i N. .. Ltfe Uldg. D-M7S0 28 FUR RENT, 5-room house. I4 8 l"'h st. FOR RF.NT, 1 N. 2M-. B-room. two- Piorv house, city water, sit.w. 1 ne imum FOR RKNT, the Bhelton, 101 8. JMh at., a lo-ronm. modern house, in one of me ret localities in the city; rent, 8o per month; furniture lor sale; possession May 6. Howard Kennedy ton, Keai r.state, lnn. Rental and Insurance, First National Hank Building. D M8S1 27 FOR RENT, modern brick house, m Capitol ave. u ii i- MY RESIDENCE of 11 room, all modern, unfurnished or partly turnieneo, to pri vate family. Mr. M. A. Detweller. W N. III. U FOR REST riHUISHED ROOMS. DEWEY European hotel, llth and Farnam, it ooi LARGE front room, also south room. WIS Dougia. . mui BEAUTIFUL room, furnished or unfur nished, for light housekeeping, modern, large lawn, private family. 2"3 Burt St. FURNISHED room, all modern. 330 N. 15th Bt. tnoat mil ELEGANT room, finest location In the city. 19 capltol Ave. k ms ROOMS 1908 Capitol Av. E-M849 28 WANTED, a rnsfl and wife, or two gentle- men to occupy apartments in a oeautitui summer Home, witn wiaow iaay ann daiiKhter: very near the best car line In city; reference exchanged. Address Bog 4M, Her Orand Hotel. JJ mi FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. NICE how for young men. 101 8. 2&tn St w DESIRABLE suite of rooms, first floor. unfurnished. May 1. Th fratt, -irz B. 2bth Hi. r nw J- FOR RENT, nicely furnished, steam heated room, with or without toaro. Midland hotel, 16th and Chicago Bt. F 604 ROOMS and board. Olencalrn, 160S Douglas. ROOMS "Tha Farnam." 19th and Farnam. F 472 THE ROSE, 2020 Harney, rooms with board. o M-ie LARGE pleasant rooms, furnished or un- nirnmneu, witn good taoia ooara. ri cass. r mu zo PRIVATE homelike place; references ex cnangeo. b& B. iist Ave. tt iv zr FRONT room and board In private fsmlly at 1120 Ho. 80th Ave. 42 FOR RENT I'N FURNISHED ROOMS. DESK room- space, 13 per month, ground floor room in in uee ouuoing, lacina Farnam rtreet; no expense for light, heat or Janitor service. 11. c. feiera Co., Bentai Agents, Bee Dunning. u u BUITE of rooms, modern, housekeeping, 616 Georgia Ave. u-MKSl FOR RENT, unfurnished room suitable lor ugnt nnusekeeping. witnneii umt.. 16tn and Harney. u ttv I ROOMS, or entire floor, modern, close In. 22t Farnam. u msm zu' FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES. FOR RENT, tha building formerly ocou lour storle and a basement which was formerly used as Th Bee ureas room. Tbl will be rented very reasonably. If Interested apply at one to C. C. Koaa- water, secretary, room iuu, xsa Diuioing, 1 Ml FOR RENT, store In first-class location; rent reasonaoie. Apply k. j, reters at Co., ground noor, Be Jiog. . - 1 nw LARGE room In th Paxton block to let. suitable for lodge purpose. Apply "room 6&, raxton diock, or w. jamam BUITH Ik CO. I-U3 FOR RENT, second and third floors, 1416 rarnam su inquire or nugo r . biii, bar and restaurant. Room suitable for billiard, club, lodges or anything. G MSOO 28 AGENTS WANTED. WANTED, canvassing; agents In every county to solicit suosenpuons 10 inK TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER: steady employment with assured good Income; agents In the country with horse and buggy especially oesirea; can vasser make easily 160 to 1100 per month. Address, Century Farmer Solicitor' Bureau, bee Duuoing, omana. 213 AT ONCE, a good, reliable agent making an Drancnea or J.. a. u. in soutnern Nebraska to take si good side line on commission. Address x Vi, Bee. J M430 MIS LIFE OF TALMAGE. by his son, large, ruuy illustrated; low prices; Dest terms; freight Daid. credit given, outfit free. P. W. Zlegler & Co., 324 Dearborn St., Chi cago. Hi. J otil 27 SALARY or commission to sell the Fa mous Glass Burner; an electric light on a kerosene lamp; a million in use; sample by mail, 50 cents; Illustrated literature free. Monarch Novelty Co., No. 311 N. W Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. J 85o 24' WANTED TO RENT. WANTED To rent 10-room house, modern conveniences; south aide preferred. Fred Loewe, Boston store. K. su zv WANTED Board and room In private family by three young men; pest or ret' erences given. Address x tu. Bee. WANTED TO BUY. WANTED, sood secondhand furniture highest prices paid, enterprise f urniture co im a. lttn. leu sen. nwsi sat WANTED To buy boy's second-hand wheel. Address x tu. Bee umce. N M861 26 FOR SALE FURNITURE. CHICAGO Furnltur Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel lira), isew ana seconanana, oougni, soia, exchanged. 000 WITH every 110 sale w will give FREE a beautiful oil painting. We have a com plete lino of Louse furnishings, new and econanana; price ngnt. enterprise ur Olture Co., iuc-4 0. 14th. Tel. z&i. o ma mi FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC. OOOD Studebaker top buggy, cheap. Be a. nr. rfuuiievii, jonu Aeere now o. f 4)i M-e' FOR repair work on light and heavy wagon see crust, ma ana Lieavenwortn. I a FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FIR timber for hous mover. tc, 40 to 71 feet; cribbing ana bog (ence. yui Doubles WiV 100 STYLES trusses, catalogue free. 8 her man as McConnell Drug Co., iin am uoage, omana. j aut FOR BALE, nhonosranhs. aunerior to an otner muaica.1 instrument; a up. in wuiman Co., lui amain. - v au 1DH AND af cheap. Derlght, IU Farnam. 14 u INDIAN goods and relics. Ills Farnam. Vfilt 2DHAND safe cheap. Schwarts, Ul 8. 13th. VV-A4 FLE8CHER sails bicycle. 16-3 Capitol A v. i Vr AAA FINE 8-pssnger, rubber-tired, open car- riage. extension, leather lop. i- rated carriage, ruuber-llred. Used I time, 1178; to other phaeton, surreys all carriage. DKL'MMOND CAR RIAUaf CO., Attn and Harney. W AM WIRE fence, for poultry, bog, lawn and iraru, mica poets, iree guaru. ntr Works. i 80. lih Bl Tel- 1X U-V"'l July! FOR BALE, scholarship In an Omaha noruiaua acnowi, cbeajA. Auquire xm itmm bldg. -ai8 FORS4.I.B lt FI.LAKKOl g. FIR timber for houf mover, etc., 40 to 71 it!; poultry and hog fence. 901 Dougli. W--41U BICYCLES snd phonographs on easy pay- menis s.i oown, si.ou per wees: u nana wheels, Is and lft, new wheels, 116. Omaha Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago sts. M133 SOUTH DAKOTA MAP, official, showing Dounoanes and descriptions according to government land office plats to date; free homesteads and land to be opened for settlement; 25c silver or 30c stamps. De partment Q, State Pub. Co., Pierre, 8. D. Q-M463 Ml TYPEWRITERS, latest Remington. Smlth- ITemler. Densmnre, replaced by THE UNDERWOOD; low price. Rentals, 2.i0 to M per month. A. II. Workman Co., 1617 Far nam. 'Phone. 2139. Q M53I . WE FURNISH estimate on rebuilding, re- nnisning, tone and action regulating, we make a specialty of scientific proof test piano tuning. All work guaranteed. Schmoller & Mueller, Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Piano lealers. 1313 Farnam U 602 B way. Co. Bluff. Tel. 1628. Tel. 368. Q-M729 FOR BALE, steel fount for soda fountain. Box 624, Omaha. Q 839 26 GOOD sound hav. I SO ner ton delivered. vvagners reea store, v to 1911 Cuming 8AM L BURNS for gas fixtures. U-MS45 M23 BTAMP photos, lc each. Velox, 13 ft Far'm Q 7Z M23 FOR BALE. ash. doors, frames, furnace Diummng ana otner nui dins materia and kindling. See contrator at IRIS Doug las nt., omana. y w z& SEABROOKE Wall paper. 40 N. 16th st. y Mi CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant 1614 Cas 8t a Bl MMB. GTLMER, genuine palmist. 116 S. 15 B l. ELECTRIC TREATMENT. MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15. 2d floor. R. 1 A "04 01-6' MME. AMES, vaoor baths, 124 N. 16th, r. 7. T M317 MIX PERSONAL. Mlddlemlss, wall paper cleaner. Tel. 173S. DR. ROY, chiropodist, corns and superflu ous nair removed oy electricity. t. u. Frenser Block. u PRIVATE hospital, before and during con nnement; Daoies aaoptea. ami urant bv Mr. Gardel. Tel. F-1182. U 611 FLE8CHER will fix your bicycle right u ; IIAIRDRESSING. manicuring and chlro ody, for ladles only, in connection with 'he Batnery, zi-uu uee tfiag. u losm RUPTURE permanently cured In SO to 60 days; send ror circular, o. a. wood, M. . n. . . . 1 1 . Til. . . . . . . 1J., BicA amcw iuia ajals oiug., umaoa, iNeo, U-620 ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and quickest. Mrs. A. c. Aiarx, u mt Douglas. u Oil GRAMOPHONE8 and supplies, wholesale and retau. couins A-iano v.o., uoug la. . u-a CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection wttb xne Batnery, rooms ais-mo Aee mag, Tel. 1716. U-eJS bnAMrUUirtu ana nairareseing, 200. in connection wun a 110 savaei, a-aav amm ouuaing. abi. aix. u tkjb RUPTURE cured, no pain, detention from business; ena lor circulars. umpire Rupture cure i;o.a xm. x. IAI9 oam.. Omana. u . UU iu 100 uviuinin rivnLiiia vo. lur ail KinUI Ul J.,IJ. A VW ...K, .11, Id J Vi.j tt. ti rirt htfj.e nhunr riinu.. j ........ " . . 1 1. v wnrU than avai Mfnf. 30O 1 1 a 11 HIS V, BECK & CO.. wall paper cleaners. Tel. 717, U MlLi A20 VIAVI. womsn's way to health. Horn treatment, cooaiet iree. s oee oiqg. Omaha. U 617 ELITE PARLORS. (15 80. 16th St., 2d floor. U SVT7 M7 PRIVATE home for ladles before and dur Ing connnement: dkoics saoptea. x&ai r.urdette. Mrs. Burgee U M12 Mil' MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, r. & U M4lS EARN, 12 per day: dresscuttlng by ma chine. 1607 Douglas,. 1100m 1. U-M777 Ma The Supreme Court Decision. Was certainly a good one, and It Is In most every msn s mouth. Ho are the STOEKER CIGARS. U-M8S6 26 MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE. tt PER -CENT on business property. i per ceUT on residence property. Option to pay whole or part any tlma, W. B. UEIKLE. 401 8. lith Bt. W-62S MONEY to loan On Improved Omaha real estate. Brennan-Ixive Co., 109 So. llth. W-S34 FOR BALE, cholc mortgage loans. Garvin Bros., 16H Farnam 8c, Omaha. W Ma3 W-6J0 WANTED, city loan and warrants. W Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam SL FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H. Thomas, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 164. W oil t PER CENT loan. Garvin Bros., 104 Farnam. W 137 CHOICE FARM LOANS FOR BALE. R. C. PETERS A CO.. 1702 Farnam Bt. W MH20-M 7 WANTED, city and farm loan; also bonds ana warrants, k. u. retsr et 10, nua Farnara St.. Bee Bldg. W-531 PRIVATE money. F. D. Weed, 1024 Douglas W-433 4V TO I P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton Blk. W-635 PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 837 N. Y. La WILLlAMSON.R.raE.tre?t. 1201 W-K5 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. MJ.U. J.I J J.I I MONEY! MO.NE WHEN IN NEED OF MONET DEAL WITH THE AMERICAN LOAN CO. LOAN8 FROM (10 TO 1200 MADS On Furniture, Pianos, etc., and to people holding a steady position, without pub licity or removing th property, ana at much CHEAPER AND EASIER RATES than elsewhere. You can hav th money on th same day you ask for It, and th loan can b paid oft In easy weekly or monthly payments, or aa your circum stances will permit, thus enabling you ta ay without inconvenience or worry, oro In and talk It over with us. AMERICAN LOAN CO., Room 8ul Third Floor, paxton Block. X Mi9J WE make loan on Furnltur, Plar.os. Horses, Wagons, Carriage nd other chattels. W mak 8 ALARY LOANS without mortgage to person whs hav permanent positions You ran get the money on very short notice M O N E Y and pay t back In on month, or keep It longer, and pay for It only what time you keen It. W are leader la low rat, quick and con fidential service, and courteous treatment. We Invite comparisons of rates, time, payment, etc. W five you the full amount of the AlAN In cash. W always "try ta , pleare." OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. Ill Board of Trad Bldg. Tel. X--9S. lEutbUh4 Us.) A4 a. Wih St MONEY TO IOAN CHATTELS. MONET loaned on plain nots to salaried people; tuetnese corn.irntlal; lowest rates, 14 i-'axtor block. The J. A. Hutton Co. X-643 MONET loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew elry, ncrses, cows, eto, v.. r . tteea, Bi b IX X-647 LARGEPT BUSINES9 IN LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team sters, boarding house, etc., without se curity; easiest terms; 40 office In prin cipal cities. Tolman. 440 Board of Trnda Bldg. X-644 MONET loaned on furniture, live stork. lewelrv. to salaried people. Foley Loan Co., sue to Duff Green, I Marker X 4 LOANS on CHATTELS and "ALARIE3. 1. W. TAYLOE, 63k Paxton block. X-643 BUSINESS CHANCES. TO GET In or out of business call on Wil liams, Room 411 Mccague building. T-64S WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange your business or property quick communi cate with one who has th customers. J. U. Johnson, 841 M. Y. Ufa. 'Phone L-2270, X-64 FOR BALE, the best hardwsre stock In th Dest agricultural section of Iowa; large annual trade; stock Will Invoice about 110,000; profit large; must close up an state Interest the only reason for selling. Address V 40, Be. X M42 IF TOU wnt to BUY or BELL, real es tate call 01 writ NJ5W SNOW-CHURCH CO., 4th Floor N. Y. L(a Bldg., Omaha. Y-87J STOCK of about 13,000 In good location. Would take Omaha residence property : for about 11,600. Address, Box Ii4. Ute, Iowa. Y-273-M-U FOR BALE, easy terms, small cash pay- m.nt httla.n. mnnthlir ... . n , I II,. a ; stork, hacks and hearse; excellent chance to step into good paying business. W. C. ' Utterback, Ogden barn. Council Bluffs, la V iMri-ii a nam AN OLD established real estate, loan. In surance ana abstract business In one of the best towns In northwestern Iowa, f r sale at a bargain; a bright opportunity for the right man; only those meaning business apply. For particulars sddress Y 29, car Bee, Omaha. Y M509 28 FOR SALE, good clear, up-to-date stock of jewelry, crockery, musical Instru ments, sewing machines, notions, etc.; about 86. 600.00; also good brick building, 26x100. with lot 2fxl(w. Stock located in good county seat town N. W. Iowa, stock running and doing good business. Fine opening for right man. For particulars adores r. iu. .asaoy, bioux uity, la. Y-6S7 28 ICS, 1 1 ib w m a niiu .. v. , i,,,, v. I . i best stand In a live Nebraska town, doing a good business: reason for sell ing, poor health. Address Grocer. Bes office. Council Blurts. x M727 STOCK of books, notion and stationery; live business in live town, good point to work in urug line. Aaareaa x , uee. Y-722 26 HARDWARE etock for sale. W. J. Deer- ing, i-arion, aia. a un o- Fon. HALE, clear store doing a paying business. A snap. Address Y 62, Bee office. i-Miw FOR 8ALE, small Jobbing business; about 11.600 required. Must go at once. Address Y 63, Bee office. x M92 FOR SALE, blacksmith shop, with or with out tools, In good town In eastern Ne' braska. Must sell. Address Y 0. Bee. Y-MS20 25 FOR SALE.a clen stock of groceries and fixtures, x 68, Bee. x mssz Zi- FORTUNES easily made by small but wise Investments; tha small capitalists' and monty savers' opportunity; write for our "Guide to Wealth." Tralse ft Co., 223 Unity Bldg., Chicago. - Y MS68M23 11.000 PER YEAR Income can be secured by any one who will take the trouble to Investigate our plans; no gold mine or gambling scheme; simple, straigntrorwara business proposition orr iinusuni inerii. Jumlapa Co., Fullerton Bldg., St. Louis Mo. t . Y FOR EXCHANGE., WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for folding bed. I 4a. Be. . . Z-M610 1SQU1TY In Improved level . quarter for trade, box h, inapman, ieD. Z-647 26 FOR BALE REAL ESTATE. HOUSES, lots, farm, ranches, loans; also fir insurance. Bemis, raxion Block. - BE 660 FOR BALE, 1120 acres of good farming land, 120 acres In crop this year, at a sacrince in central part or iNeDrasaa. i. H. Peterson, 622 N. 16th, Omaha. RE-668 M19 IF YOU want one of th nicest 8-room homes In Hanscom Place I will give you a bargain. Owner lelt City. Alust sell. J. Al. enerwooo, i in. x. ju. oiag. . RE-M1B8 ALL ABOARD for California! 600,000 acre government land In fcoutuern - California open for settlement; the largest Irriga tion canal In America 1 now completed through these lands; soil is very rich and fertile; finest alfalfa and cattl country on earth; 820 acre allowed each person; permanent water right aold on easy term; railroad through these lands will be completed In short time; send 10 cents for books and maps and full Informa tion. Held ft Heber, agent, 1W South Broadway, Los Angeles, cai. . - . . RE M 470 M16 AUlbnil ll'llO.", , v.w III .11... . J paved street, urica sioewaia, niir Aoin anu Bi, mary s ave., eaey itrruio. 90, ow O. C. Olsen, 1701 Farnam at. RE M528 26 8EB PAYNE. BOBTWICK ft CO. for cholc bargain. 601-2 am. X. LU Bldg. in. ioi. RE M597 GEORGE Q. WALLACE, real estat. mort gage, rentals, insurance, nrown oiocg. RE-851 RANCH and farm lands for al by th Union Paclflo Railroad eomDany. B. A. McAlleater, land commissioner, Union Pa cific Headquarter, Omaha, Neb. RE 64 St., upstairs; small houses for sale; cheap b illdtng lots. Call for catalogue and prlc list. Private money to loan on cay , ti IT U J.I WILLIAMSON, Farnfmfree't? RE u FOR BALE, ten-room modem house. West Farnam; good barn, shade trees; very cheap. Benson ft Carmlchael, Paxton block. HOTii 27 NEW COTTAGE FOR SALE, on Burt between 17th and 28th avenue. Biw lluln . .1- ... rl.iul. mm. plete bath with porcelain tub, marble waanatana ana best maxe or cioset; nut and cold water and gas, with fixture ail complete; cemented cellar under entire house, fitted with coal bin: nice do: li and splendid lot; price only 12,400; A,yj0 casn, balance to suit, per cent, just tha place for a amall family. Call us up. telephone 1781, and we will show you th nouae. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., OMAHA Main Floor New York Life Bldg. RE-807-2 FOR BALE, st a barealn. that rfoalrahl 7-room residence, bath room, etc.. No. 2118 ixjcuai St.; owner leaving city; price only 13.200. Howard Kennedy ft- Bon, Real r.siate, 1,0am, Kentaie and insurance, f irst National Bank Building. RE-M8&2 27 HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also (iuiir iuu i.iui I.HU1. 1 ne J. W . l-iavis co. Room 6M. Be Building. RE-KI BUY THIS 320 acres of well Improved land, two miles of Cedar Rapids, Neb.; 2uo acres cultivated, balance grafts land; well fenced; land worth from $JS Ou to 160.0011 around this; for a short time you ran get this for 122 00 per acre; well rvniea inr mil year 10 a bwmi man. Ad' ores Ijock uoi a, ceuar napia. Neb. RE M&9 80 BUY beat house paints, varnishes. te quality highest, price lowest Nations 011 ana i ami to., auis Jones Bt HE-M848 Mii CHEAPER than renting. 119 B h .v. I rooms, modern, stalking distance, only J.iuu; terms to suit; mommy payments to reeponaibU party, autoger. tii Paxton FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. ALFALFA farm for sale; 1 acres, 4 In alfalfa; well Improved. Going to Canada. Write to Erik Johnson, R. . Islington, Neb. RE 804 M-21 FINELY Improved half-section, splendid farm, m mile from Wayne. ItjO per acre, easy term. E. R. Burb-r, Wayne. Neb. RE Mint 28 EVERY ONE A RARGA1N. WAI.IaACE. Brown Block. l.sjift ?w Seward, S-room, modern, rents 116 on. 2,iv Four S-room cottages, city water, al ways rented 16 each, ought to bring more, Patrick Ave., near B7th; will sell In pairs for II .tan. 550 4-room house, 2 lots, city water, 3109 Seward. I2.7.TO j-rnnrn, modern house, hot water heat, rent tW: near 83d and Mason. Il.4. 2-M4 N. 18th, always rented 116; easy terms. 1.4-2R19 Chicago, 5 rooms, 83x132, close in, easy terms. VACANT 8300-80. front lot, Meredith Ave., bet. 27th and 2Sth. 4 4o-ft. lot on 30th. one blk. south of Ieavenworth. OO Fine south front, California, near Ijnwe Ave; good house being built ad lolnlns and all about this lot. tl.6s 110x2x5. suitable for subdivision, fine building sites, near 2Ttn and urant. GEORGE O. WAL1ACE. 16th and Douglas. RE 841 25 PIANOS. Suggestions TO BUYERS. Disrobe the piano price of It expensive Durnen or store rents, retail aeaiers ex pense of selling, remove music teacher' commissions and It is easy to see why for 1250 no more, no less I'll sell you a piano that dealers charge ;m to 4ij ror. weau tlful up-to-date style In all the fancy wood. Cwsh or 12.60 weekly. You can call evenings FRED R. WALTER, manufacturers' agent. 8112 California st. walnut Hill car. MH76 26 MEDICAL. LADIES, If hopeles,' worried or discour aged, write v tor our regulator; on treatment guaranteed to relieve abnormal case of uppreion, any cause. Dr. Mead Rem. Co., 21 (juincy t., Chicago. MG4I MJ DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading specialist In diseases of women In Omaha, would call the attention of suffering ladle to hi unsurpassed accommodations before and during confinement and his treatment for Irregularities, no matter what cause. Call or address, with etamp. Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1513 Dodge, Omaha. -. . 803 TREES. TREES, shrubs, roses and vines of every variety, uaies grounds, lain ana Ajougiss. Frank R. Martin, prop. Tel. 2868. -662 M4 FOR shrub, vine, tree, etc.. see the Crescent city sale ground, soutn side 01 Farnam and 21st Sts. i'nonc M3 M22 SHORTHAND AND T VP WRITING. GREGG Shorthand. Om. C. Col., lithftDoug ot A. C. VAN BANT S School. 717 N. Y. Llf. BUD BOYLES' college, court rsporter principal, IN. x. Lit. NEB. Business ft Shorthand College, Boyd A Dealer. a OSTEOPATHY. GID F ALICE JOHNSON, osteopath. Suite 6I0, IS. X. UII Bldg. Tl. 1664. 571 DR. A. T. HUNT. SU McCagu Bldg. TeL 2362. IJ DR. MRS. MUBICK, Douglas Blk. Tel. Isa Oil MANUFACTURING. P. MELCHOIR. 18th and Howard, ma chlnlst. mooe OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks., mak a spe cialty or lire escapes, snutters, aoors ana ales. u. Anareen, rrop., aua bo, Aum ot Mill, TYPEWRITERS. Typewriter bargains Smlth-l'remier, ro. 1, 11s. Smith-Premier, No. 1, 127.60, fine condition, Remington, No. 6, almost new, itx. Remlneton. No. 7. new. 870. Densmores while they last, 136, your cholc, FLOYD DA. JOHN, 1712 tlmim St. 775 2t WANTED TO BORROW. WANTED, to borrow, 14,000 on Inside rent laying dwelling houses; home money pre erred. Address Y 66, Bee. M875 27 FIR DRESSING. O. R. GILBERT CO., tanner. 1424 So. 13th. STORAGE. PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co., 912 114 Jones, general siorag and forwarding. coa OM. Van Btor. Co., ttllVi Farn. Tel. 1&69-868. -out COWS. WILL TRADE CERTIFIED milk for cows, subject to test for tuberculosis. Sanitary Dairy, 2016 Farnam street; 'phone No. 411. M846 80 CIRTAINS CLEANED. LACE curtain cleaned, 25c a pair. Farnam Street Hand Laundry, 2210 Farnam bt. 6S2 A 30 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. GRAND EUcttio Co., 16 ft Jackson. Tel. 244. MUSI M10 BALE TIES. OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th. COAL. MONROE Coal and Feed Co. 'Phone 871. US Ml FACTORIES. TRUNK8, traveling bag, suit car: trunk repaired. Om. Trunk Factory, 13uW Farnam. STAMPS, COINS, ETC. BOUGHT Omaha Stamp Co., 208 80. 13th. -667 GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans cesspool and vault, remove garbage and dead animal at reduced price. (21 N. 1. Tel. 1779J 928 DRESSMAKING. DRESSMAKING In families or at horn. Miss Sturdy, 2048 Farnam. 6 M- M61'4 26 LAUNDRY. OMAHA Steam I-eundry; shirts, lc; colls rs, 8c: cuffs, 4c 1JM Leavenworth. Tel. 647. -674 FRATERNAL ORDERS. THE GARDENERS protect aid age aa wall a life. Charter mamber free. Particu lar from Frank liowatsr, suprem jnansger. Z28 Be Bldg. 724 NOTICE, PAPER HANGERS. OMAHA Steam Past Co., Infra, of past for all purposes. In bbls. and t bbla. Writ for prices. 8210 Cuming. ol 8w FLORISTS. U HENDERSON, 1818 Farnam, Tel. 1268. PERMANENT SIDEWALKS. NATURAL (tone, cement, brick, Welshsn' juantei and Til Co., o 8. I7tn. Tel. 1. M22I A J PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE I.on Office, reliable, sccommodst- ing; ail business confidential. 0301 Douglaa. 6:0 NICKEL PLATING. OMAHA Plating Co.. Be Bldg. Tel. 2C3S. STAMMERING AND STUTTERING. CURED. Julia Vaughn, 480 Ttamg PMg. BRASS FOUNDRY. BRASS and aluminum casting, nickel plat ing ana nnisning. specialty Mtg. Co., 41 N. Main St., Council Bluffs. 664 CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL kind of carpenter work nnd repairing promptly attended to. J. 1: Ochiltree, 20th ana LKt atreets. 870 LOST. LOST, between First Congregational church ana posiomce, black tsneta jacket; nnner f lease leave at skirt supporter counter at layden Bros. Lost M877 26 GOVERNMENT NOTICES. PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES Department of the Interior, office of In dian affairs, Washington, D. C, March 1, 19UX. Sealed proposals, Indorsed ''Proposals for blankets, woolen and cotton goods. doming, etc., a tne case may be, and directed to the commissioner of Indian affairs, Nos. 77 and 79. Wooster street, New lork city, win tie received until 1 o clock p. m., of Tuesday, May 13, 19o2, for fur nishing for the Indian Service, blankets, woolen and cotton goods, clothing, notions, hats and caps. Bids must be made out on government blanks. Schedule giving all necessary information for bidders win be furnished on application to tha Indian of fice. Waahlnaton. D. I.: Nor 77 and 79 Wooster street. New York City; 236 Johnson street, Chicago, HI.; No. 815 Howard street. omana, reb. ; th commissaries of sub sistence, U. 8. A., st Cheyenne, Leaven worth. SL Louis. St. 1'aui and Ban Fran cisco; the postmasters at Sioux Clt, Yank ton, Arkansas City, Caldwell, Topeka, Vienna ana Aucson. Bias win ne opened at the hour and days above stated, and bidders are invited to be present at the opening. The department ' reserves the right to determine the point of delivery and to reject iny and all Wdn, or any part of any old. W. A. JONES, Commis sioner. Aprl6toMay7 SHERIDAN, Wyo., March 31, 1902. Sealed proposals In triplicate will be re ceived here until 11 . m. April St), 1902, for electrlo wiring barrack building, brick. Fort Mackenzie, Wyoming. U. B. reserves rignt to accept or reject any or all bide. Information furnished unon application here or to chief (J. M., U. H. A., Denver or Omaha. Envelopes containing proposals should be endorsed, "Proposals for electric wiring," addressed Captain R. L. Brown, W- M. 61D31-1-2-S-24-26 CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE Omaha. JNeb.. April 23. 1902. Sea ed urn poaala, in triplicate, will be received at this omce until 10 a. m.. central time, May 15, 1902, and then opened, for furnishing oats, 1. -.. V. .. I .1 i.n., .. -. -I WaIha. . t . am wiail, i nn; ail.. uci,uill I. r HI I 3lll, Oklahoma. Proposals for delivery at other points will be entertained. IT. 8. reserve right to reject or accent any or all pro posals, or any part thereof. Information furnished on application to this office, or to Quartermaster at Fort Sill. O. T. En velope containing proposal should be marxea rroposais tor rortige, ana aa dressed to JNO. W. PULLMAN. C. y. M. 24-26-26-Z8M12-13 LEGAL NOTICE. PROPOSALS FOR STOCK PAVILION on lows State Fair Grounds. Sealed pro posals will be received at the office of the secretary ot ine oiaie uiwru 01 akticui . . . 1. la 11 ' n I r. . . Ir lUIC, lve .IIUilK . , n . , ui.,, v .vvn on th 6th day of May, 1902, and Imme diately thereafter opened, for all labor and material required In the erection and com pletion of a atock pavilion to be erected on the State Fair ground at Dea Moines, la., in accordance with the drawings and speci fication prepared by Reeves ft Bailie, architects. Peoria, III; Proposals received after time stated will be returned unopened to bidders. Copies of the drawings and specifications will be on file at the office of the secretary of the State Board of Agri culture and also at the architects on and after April 21, 1902. l'he work to be com menced as soon a practicable after ac ceptance of bid. All Ironwork to be delivered on the ground not later than July 1, 19r2, and erected not later than July 15, 1902. Bid on Ironwork will be received separate. The building to be completed by August 15, 1903, under penalty of 860 per day lor felt. Each bid to be accompanied by certified check for 6 per cent of amount of bid. Satisfactory bond for 60 per cent of amount of bid will be required. The State Board of Agriculture reserves the right to reject the lowest or any and ail bids, and to waive any defects or In formalities In any bid, If it is deemed In the Interest of the board to do so. Each bid must be enclosed In an envelope. Reeled and addressed to Mr. John C. Simp son, secretary 01 ine mate Aioara or Agri culture, Des Moines, la., and endorsed on the envelope "Proposal ror Stock Pavilion. By order of the State Board of Agticul ture. JOHN C. SIMPSON, Secretary. A23d.lt TO ALL CREDITORS AND HOLDERS of Debenture of the East Omaha Lund Company: You are hereby notified to file with me on or before May 15, 1902, a verified statement of any claim or demand you may have or may assert against the East Omaha Land company, stating particularly when and for what purpose your claim was con tracted, and trie amount you claim to be due, witn interest. GEORGE H. THUMMEL, A24dl0t Special Master. POSTOFFICK NOTICE. (Should be read DAILY by all Interested. as chunne may occur at any time.) Foreign mall for the week ending April 26. 19"2, will close (PROMPTLY In al" cases) at the uenerai roeiumce. aa follows: PARCELS POST MAILS dose one hour earlier than closing time shown below Parcel post mall for Germany close at 6 p. m. Monday. Reaular and upDlementary mail clos at foreign branch half hour later than closing time shown below, (except that supplementary malls ior Europe and Central America, via Colon, clos on hour later at foreign Drancn. Transatlantic Mails. SATURDAY At 7 a. Sh. for FRANCE, per . s. La Gascogne, via Havre (mall for other part of Europe must be directed "per s. s. La Qascogne"); at 7 a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. s. tlohensollern (mall must be directed "per s. s. Ilohen sollern"); at 7:80 a. m. for NETHER LANDS direct, per a. s, Potsdam (mall must be directed "per . . Potsdam"): at IJ &O p. m. (supplementary I p. m.) for EUHOPtt, per s. . campania. via Queons town. PRINTED MATTER.. ETC. This steamer aL,ab nrlnlaH matter ..nmmerelal . . a n r and samples for Germanf only. Tha ame cias or mail matter ior otner parts of Europe will not be sent by tM ship unless specially directed by It. After the closing of th supplementary Transatlantic malls named above, addi tional supplementary mails ar opened nn the tilers of the American 'nn.k French and German (learners, and remain open until within 10 minute of th hour Of Bailing ok leuuier. Mails for Sontfc mmm Ceatral America West ladle, Kta. FRIDAY At 10 a. m. for NEWFOUND i.aisi; aireci, per . s. nnvia; at 12 ra. for MKXico, Per s. s. City of Washing ton. via Tamplco (mall must ba direct.! "per s. s. City of Washington"); at 12.30 p. m. loriKAuiA ana aiaiii, per s. s. nuiiinrin. Q I TI 'L ll 1 f A S m n nnDTA X. T- 0 n j . . .... .w. wi.i 1 . j per s. . Ban Juan, via San Juan; at I a. m. tsuppleraentary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per s. a. Zulla (mall for 8avsnllla and Cartagena must b directed "per a. s. Zulla "i: at 9 30 a. m. (supplementary "o lO a. m for 6T. THOMAS. BT. CRUfX. LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS. BRITISH DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per s. , Roralm.; at 9:3u a. m. isuppiementary lo:80 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA. 8A VANILLA. CARTAGENA and GREYTOWN. per s. s. Athos (mall for Costa Rica must b directed "per s. s, Athos"): st 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Morro Castle, via Havana. Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at this office dally at 4 30 p. m. (connecting close here every Monday. V cdnesday an3 Saturday). Mulls for Mluelon, by rail to Boston, and thence bv steamer, close at thta offlc dally at 180 p. m. Malls for Cuba, by tall to Florida, soil thnc by POSTOFFICK NOTIt K. Steamer, are dispatched dally, final con necttng closes, tor dispatch via Fort Tampa on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5.S a m , for dispatch via Miami, on Mondays and Satur days at 6;i p. m. Molls tor Mexico City, overland, unless specially addressed fm dispatch by steamer, close at this offii-4 dally except Sunday at I:.' and 11:10 p. m , Sumlnve at 1 p. m. and 11 V n. m. Mailt for Costa Rica. Hellie, Puerto Cortes and Guatemala., by rail to New Orleans, and thence by steamer, ciose at this c.fnv dally excent Sunday at 1:S0 p. m., Sun daya at l.oo p. m. tconnecilng closes heri Mondays for Peine, Puerto Corte ana Guatemala, and Tuesday for Costa Rica.) Registered mall closes at 6:00 p. ra. pre vious day. Traasparlno Mails. Malls for Australia, (except West Aus tralia, wnicn is lorwariieu via .urope), New Zealand. Fiji, Bamoa and Hawaii, via San Francisco, close here daily at t'M p. m. after April "Mh and up o April Nth, Inclusive, or on arrival of . Umbrla. due at New York April 26th, for disDStch ner s. s. flnnnma. Malls for Australia (except West Australia, . wnicn goes via r.urope, and Mew itea land, which foes via San FrancUco), and FIJI Islands, via Seattle and Victoria. B. C close here dally at S:,t0 p. m. up to April :,6th, Inclusive, for dispatch ptr a, s. Mnann isneclallv sdilrcsseil nnlvL Mall for Hawaii, China and Japan, via ?n Francisco, clone nere dally st su p. m. up to April 26th. Inclusive, for ' dispatch per s. s. Doric Malls for China and Japan, via Brattle and victoria, ti. i'., ciose nere daily at 6 WJ p. m. up to April :'9th. Inclusive, for dis patch per s. s. Empress of China (regis tered mall must be specially addressed. Merchandise for th U. 8. I'ostal agency ' at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via annilH). Malls for Hawaii, Japan and China (also letter man and specially addressed peri odicals for the Philippine Islands, via Manila), via San Francisco, close her dally at 6:30 p. m. up to May 4th, In clusive, for dispatch per s. s. Nippon Maru. Malls for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close nere dntiy at : p. m. up to may "tn. Inclusive, for flit-natch per s. s. Alameda. Malls for the Philippine Islands, via San Francisco, close here dally at e:30 p. m. up to May "llth. Inclusive, for dispatch ner I'. B. transport. Mails for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands. via San Francisco, riose nere naiiy at 6:80 p. m. up to May '2M Inclusive, for disnatch ner s. s. Austrsllt.. Transpacific malls are forwarded to port or sailing OHiiy ana ine acneuuie 01 clos ing Is arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overind transit. Registered mall closes at 4:00 p. m. previous day. CORN ELM 'B VAN COTT. Postmaster. Postoftlce, New York, N. Y.. April 18, 1901. IAILWAY TIME CARD, UNION STATION 10TII AND MARC Y. Union Pad Be. Overland Limited.... , .a 8:40 am a 7:89 pm ,.a:Nam 4 1:26 pm .a 4:86 pm ..all :30pm Fast Mall California Express.. Paclflo Express Eastern Express...,. a 4 :.u pm a 7:00 am Atlantic Express. Llncoln-8tromsburc Ex.b 4:08 nm Ml -SO cm urana isiana i.ocai o 0:30 pm o :u am Cfcleaa-o suierannee at. rasi. Chlraao Limited a 8:00 Dm a 8:08 "a Chicago ft Omaha Ex. ..b 7:15 am b 8:40 pm Chicago. Hock Island mt I'wolflo. EAST. Lav. Arrive. Chicago, Daylight ..a 7:00 am a 8:86 pm Chicago Express ,.bll:16 am a 6:06 pm Des Moines Local a 4:00 pm bll.ROam Chicago Fast Express, .a 4:85 pm a 1:26 pm Des Moines, Lock la- land ana cnicago a 7:40 pm a : am WE8T. Lincoln, Colo. Springs, . . Denver, Pueblo and West a 1:80 pm a 4:15 pm Colo., Texas, Cal. ft Oklahoma Flyer a :jo pm a 1:50 am Illinois Cewtral. ' Chicago Express a 7:80 am a 1:10 pm Chicago, Minneapolis ft Bt. Paul Limited a 7:60 pm a 8:04 am Minneapolis ft Hfc fs.ui Exnras b 7:20 am bl0:35 nm Chicago Expres 10:35 pm Chlcaaro ft Northveter. "Th Northwestern Line." Chicago Bpeclal a 7:10 am all:20 pm Chicago Passenger a 4:16 pm a 8:00 am Eastern uxpreBs aiu:tx arn a 4:06 pm Eastern tipsolal.... a 4:66 pm a 4:05 pm ' fast ssaii yiu m j:tu pm Omaha-chlcago L t d... a l;4e pm .a 8:20 ana Fast Man a s:j am Cedar Rapids Pass a 6:30 pm Twin City Express a 7:06 am a 10:26 pm Twin City Limited a 7:66 pm a 8:40 am Bloux City Local... a 8:15 am a 3:60 pm Mlaaoarl I'aclfte. Bt Loul Express alO:00 am 4:23 nm J. C. ft Bt. L. Express.. alOifco put a 8:15 am Wibstk, Bt. Louis "Cannon Ball" Express, Dm : m Bt. Lui:i Local. Council Bluffs ...aiOiOO am aio JO pm WEBSTER DEI'Ol 1BT1I ft WEBSTER Fremont, Elkkora Missouri Valley. I . V. A ... ... Black Hills, Daadwood, ' Hot springs e.w pm a b:im pm Wyoming, Casper and . . . .. ...J A - imi i,m m ti-eiA i.'UURi." ................. r w .w yim Haatlugs, York, David City, buperior, utmis, Exeter and Seward... .b 8:00 pm b 1.00 pm Norfolk. Unooln and - Fremont b 7:80 am blOiZSam Fremont Local o 1M am lllssoorl I'aclllo. Nebraska Local, VI ' Weeping Water b 4:10 pm alO:2S am CklvaiAO, bt. Paul, Jllnucapoll 4k Twin City Passenger'... .a 6:30am a 9:00pm Sioux City Passenger. ...a !:oupm all:80am . .. f ...... I .h k:U nm 1. . Aj lilt I MO LI uuvn.... -. w v,,SUB BCRLINUTON STATION-IOTU MASOS Chicago, Barllngtoa A dalBtey. m ww. AIDT. Chicago Bplal. ........ . 7:00 asa alO M pm Chicago Veatlbuled Ex.a 4:oo pm a 7:46 am Chicago Local... a :) am a 4;o6 pm 1 . T Iimit.fl m. mlbti Dlu m . LD1VV m M . , -1 1 ..... m. S-aA mm r All - - yim gkiarlliiKtwiA A Mlsaoarl Mlvor, Wymor, Beatrloa and Uncoin e-su sis dia:oo am Nebraska Expraa a k:40 am a 7:38 pea Denver Limited. a 4;2e put a l.uu pm uiIim uiul Vummt Bound Express... a 9:00 pm a 6:48 am Lincoln Fast Mail t :- put a 8;lf am sort crook and Platta- moutlA ...................hi:) no bu :05am Bsllevu ft Pacltlo Jet.. a 7:4u pm a t.M am Balievu ft Pacino Jet.. a 8.W am Kansas Cly, t. Jusepk mt Coaaoll Utus. Ksnsas City Day Ex... .a 8:20 am a 8:08 pm Bt. Loul Fiyr. ........ .a 4:10 pm all: 14 am Kansas City Night Lx.alU) pin a 6:16 am ""aDaiiy. b Daily except Sunday. 0 Sun day only, d Dally except Saturday, a Daily ixuept Monday. STEAMSHIPS. KOLLAND-AUERICA LINE New ioik-A-(oiirdam, via Boulogne, 8. M. Nw TwIn-tWraw . a. of 18.iai loam tuiUr. XJ23?" Potsdam APr. . 10 a. m. KC,W Rynilaill Mayl,10a.u. IS!5,,W Rotterdam M.yio.io.m, Apply to Harry Moo res, 1418 Farnam street; J. 8. Mc.Najiy, :iU Farnam street; a. Junes, A4UA r arum in tiim, uwas First ANauonaj nana, umana. ANCHOR LINg-U. g. MAlLr-BTBAMEHg Sslllng rsgulsrly batwwa NEW YORK. UONDONUEKRY . OLABOOW; NEW YUHK. U1IIHALTAR A NAPLES. Rupsrtor sooommtMlstlans, Bxdsllent Cslslse, BlTsry nrd lor th comfort el puMager stsSloualy cos lar4 sn4 prc tlc lingls or Round Trip tlcsols Issued setwesa Now York na Scotch. English, Irlia mui sll FrlMlll CootlnoDUl polats st stlrsetlvo rate. For tlrbu or sooorsl Inforiutloa tvviy to HKKUfcRION hkui.. L'hlusa, or ear LOCAL AUBNT. Uraated Leavo of Akstae. CHIC AGO, April .-Trustees ot th University of llllnol In conference hero today granted A. 8. Draper, president of the Institution, one year's leave of absence with full pay. President Draper was re cently everely injured in a runaway at Champaign. 111. Vic President illrreil will tske char of tha university in th presi dent's absence. Slashes Throat with a Rasor. HELENA, Mont., April 84.-J. A. Dlffen baugh of HalUmore, past exalted ruler of the Elk of that city and a prominent Mason, while trniorally Insane Oils morn ing, cut hi throat with a raxor and slashed tils wrists, lie missed tha largest arlerke au4 will recover. :. 1 V