THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: THURSDAY, AUOUST 28, 1902.
itlrfrtUraitili tt these eolanane
sell I be taken til la m. for the
evening- edition and ontll M p, mm.
tmr aorilK and Snndav edition.
flat, 1 a worl drat Insertion
la a word thereafter. )lkli( taken
far lea than XOo far Ik, (nt lur
(laa. Those advertisements nana 4 ka
ra eonaecotively. 1
Advertisers, br reejoeatlagr
red rknk, eaa have aaawara ad.
f Tka Baa. Aaawara aa a 4 air aaaa4 will
a delivered aa, preeeatauloa at IM
oboe, ealr. -
FOR 8 A I. K CIGARS.
$50,00 IN GOLD.
It pays to buy your ctgara of ua. Tou
niay wake up some day and find yourself
lue possessor of If ty Dollar In Gold that
as give away o our cuatomera each month.
Butler & Miller,
N. W; COK. 16TU AND FARNAM BT9.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTKD Canvasser. Man familiar with
book and ' newspaper work preferred.
Mint be hustler. Apply Kooru 107 Bee
Bunding, a '&
I FOB HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you live in the country or In a email
town, and have a guod acquaintance
among the tanners and stock raisers In
the neigbuorlioou uu can maae h eaaliy
bv tour r nva hours' work. Write us
and we will send you our proposition. 1
'1 he Bee Publishing Co., Solicitors' Dt-'PU,
Omaha, Neb. fZ
GOOD messengers wanted; fjrst-closs pay.
A. D. T. Co., 212 8. 13th. B-1ZI 816
WANTED,. two cook for Wyoming west
ern railway. Labor agency, 310 ri. 11th.
t ' ' ' B M87
WANTED, 2 carpenters, $2.50 a day. Ad
dresa Joseph bhieslger, contractor, Yutan,
ieb. ' B Mail
THE GUAHAN1EK FUND LIFE
Wants live' local agenta In -every town In
Nebraska.- The proposition possesses spe
cial mertf, and- la euBily written. Salary
or commission to the right mini. Address
J. C- Burlington, secretary, Alliance, Neb.
... B M 1 3u
WANTED, men to learn barber cradej only
eight weeks required; wages Saturdays;
tools presented; diplomas granted; posi
tions waiting graduates; catalogue mailed
free. Moler Barber College, 132 Douglas
street. ' B-872 84
WANTeU, bench, light floor and heavy
floor moulders and machinists for out of
town; steady work to good men. Call on
Fairbanks, Morse ft Co., 1102-4 Farnam
St., for particulars. ,. B MsOl 3u
WANTED A good man In every county
to take subscriptions for The Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents make good
wages everywhere. Referencea required.
Address, , . Twentieth 1 Century Farmer,
Omaha, Neb. B 612
WANTED, to correspond with a cIvH engi
neer, who understands railroad construe
Uoni Address 11 36, Bee. B MM. So
PRI'O CLERK Registered; must have
moustache or willing to grow one, black
preferred. 8. 1 Hestwood & CO., 15ul
1-arkavf. ..... . B-131 28
1-AROJE .strongc neat-boy, from 16 to 17,
to do peeking, delivering and general
store -jt work,; city references required.
j i 1 rV r - t . 1 t k. .u
WANTED, candy maker at Hayden Bros.;
good wages to good man; at once.
VANTED, an experienced shipping clerk
for large retail dry goods store; state
what positions held and how long In each
position. .Address 11 62, Bee. B 138 28
FIRST-CLASS baker an get good perma
nent position;' good pay to right man;
dy work. - Address Immediately H. E.
Christie, Corning, la. B M152 28
WANTED, oftlce boy. Dr. H. A. Woodbury,'-
dentlsti I'tart at.yrOonncll Bluffs.
.it B M16i !
WANTED." two. flrat-olasa carpentera Ap
ply: to superintendent of Bee. building,
first floor. " B Mlt2 28 -
WANTED Harness makers and cutters on
heavy and light harness; steady work for
(rood men ; no - labor trouble. ' Dodson,
Fisher, " Brockmann . Co., Minneapolis,
Minn: B M144 t
WANTED for U. S. Army; Able-bodied un
married men between agea of 21 and 35,
. cliueos o United States, of good ohar
. acter- and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For Information-apply
tg Recruiting Officers. 18th
and Dodge - St.. Omaha, and postolllcs
building.' Lincoln, Nebraska. B
Laborers for Steam Shovel Work
Near old paper mill; also .
' -.: ' DRIVERS - .' - .
For wagon ' work near Green's packlni
bouae, Co. Bluffs, la. HALL GRADING S
CONUTRUCTION CO. ... .
.. - .' " B-i-M17
WANTED Live mah( tiandl territory
for burglar, alarm; recommended by chief
of police and. should .be In every home;
- big money to right party. Call T. J. Hal-
aeaa. iuurray ..noiei, omaoa.
ELECTRIC light wire roan for Inside work.
Addreas, atatlng wages expected, Norfolk
feiectrto ign.i ana 1; wo., XMorioiK, iNeo,
t . VV -' B Mli X8
WANTED A good' all around tinner and
plumDer; must be aooer; references re
quired; a steady Job to the right man.
Address Fbwlttr & Uott, Ponca, city, O. T.
.-.'. B-M176 1'
,.i -WASTED SALE MEN.
WANTED A first-clues experienced Brit
annic salesutan lor Nebraska. Am.
Newspaper Assii., suite &! New York Life
Bldg., Omaha. -4 2
WANTED Traveling' salesmen to sell to
the retail trade our line of boots and
shoes; one In southern Nebraska and one
In Kansas. Men of good habits are en
quired, with an understanding ' of the
business and an acquaintance and it au
In the section of country mentioned. No
others need apply. Keterencee required.
Heals & Torrey Uhoa Company, Miiwau-
. ke, W lsronaln. a0 31
WANTED FEMALE HELF.
109 Girls. Call Canadian offlca, 16th at Dodge.
WANTED, twe young lady students to
learn halrdresslng, manicuring and chi
ropody and scientific ' massage. Call or
Wrlie Room 22U. Bee Blug. C 4iM
WANTED, lady cook. Eureka Restaurant,
loo4 Caas BU . - ' - C iuO
WANTED, a competent gin for housework.
Mrs. M. iv. Duuicut, 3U Lafayette Ave.
ARB YOU Cathollo and unemployed?
see me, lUxeiibaugh. 600 Ware block.
. .. C 'is!
WANTKD Good wages to a good cook;
none other need apply. 324 Harney.
NURSES' COLLEGE, Pueblo, Colo.: three
months' course; diplomas; opens October
1; write. C-MTS2 819
WORTHY young person to take scholar
ship lu Omaha's leading buainess and
shorthand college and pay for It when
course Is finished and position secured.
Address 11. 30. Be. . . C M37 US'
WANTED A good ' cook and laundress;
nust be both; best references required.
131 8. ttt St. ; . C M130 t8
GOOD GIRL for general housework. 14
fark ave. i mim z-
WANTED, experienced floor woman In fac
tory lor Shirts ana pants. Aauresa ri
Bee. C MISOJO
rua sbs iioiSEs.
HOUSES, stores, Bemls. Paxtos) block.
611. Wro. K .Potter, receiver. Omaha
Lean au4 Trust Co.. sot Brows ti
FOR RENT, 1M2 N. 22d St., 7-room house,
!:i4 a. 2?d nt., l-ronm house, $?.
The Omaha Realty Co., 13ol Douglas at.
-ROOM modern, good repair, on "o. tf!d
avenue, 'Phone 6:23. D 777
UUUOCO f, Davla Co., Bog Bee BM.
VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. 119T.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; oftlce lcil'i Farnam. or Tela. 1du-i4.
UAQOARD Van Storage Co. Tel. 14M.
BEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK CO. for choice
house-. 0U1-2 N. Y. Lite Bldg. Tel. 1016. .
GOOD modern 8-room bouae. 2604 Blondo.
HOUSES and Data. Rlngwalt, Barker block.
t"26 CALIFORNIA ST. Ten-room modern
house, large lawn, stable for horses and
buggy; in good repair. isws capitoi Ave.
2104 Maple St. 7-r., modern except furnace.
ZlKSi Hurt St. -r.. all modern, new. $22.50.
2107 llnkney St. 8-r., all modern, fine place,
will repair, $i'4.60.
1215 Hurt St. 8-r., modern except furnace.
PAYNE INVESTMENT QOMPANT.
Tel. 178L Main Floor N. Y. L. Bid
, D M1K4
FOR RENT, 10-room, brick, modern rest
dence. 11 N. 19th St.. U5.
12-room stone residence, steam heat, 243
cass st., -.(L :
(-room modern frame residence and barn,
MU Emmet St.. S3.
8-room modern brick residence, 2159 Farnam
St., $25. .
8-room modern residence, 111 S. 29th ave.,
8-room modern residence, 1128 H. list St., $10.
BRENNAN-LOVE CO., 3t 8. 13TII ST.
' U A1BJ-0 ill
MODERN 7-foom flat, $25; steam heated.
H. B. Graham, agent, 24th and Farnam.
MODERN, steam, 7-room house, Tlxard,
ZZl iN. Z4in. UiM
FOR RENT. 10-room brick house, gas
bath, luundry, furnace, $30 Keys at 2fVjl
Capitol ave., on premises, i-miu 2-
FOR RENT Splendid building In whole
sale commission district. F. D. WeaU,
1524 Douglas. 1 MlkS
FOR RENT J!-room all modern house,
( 1 ..f 1 r w ) n ave VRmnt In a f.v rinvs. ' -T 1 1
Sherwood, 937 New York Life bldg. hone
JX. O Ml3
FOR REXT-Fl ItMSHED ROOMS.
ELEGANT rooms, finest location in the
city, ivuv capiicl Ave. ; JS MS3
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
$1 PER WEEK, 422 S. 18th St., one block
uuin ui court nouse. .
AETNA HOUSE, European. 13th and Dodge
VIENNA HOTEL, 1011-16 Farnam St.
, a ii sT
NICE front parlor. 2001 Burt. E 207
2 NICE cool furnished or unfurnished
rooms. ju uavenpori. E 431
COOL, neat rooms, new flat. 220 North 17th.
Hi 7t 8-17
ROYAL hotel, European, 16th and Chicago.
FINELY furnished rooms. 1709 Dodge.
E Min 30
ROOMS, 26S0 Harney.
E 975 Sl
NICELY furnished, cOol rooms, modern.
xiaxney. ... Jv 9N
ONE nice furnished room, $4 a month, 626
B. 2JBI Ave. E 142 Bl"
A SUITE of rooms, newly furnished and
paperea; modern, Including telephone;
suitable for couple or two or more men,
sn uougias. , E M143
Ft'RNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
THE ROBE, 2020 Harney, .rge -Jarlors,
liism ur cnsuiie, a-iMo amaiier room
rates reasonaoie. F fio9 A2
Merrlam, comfortable summer heme. Tel. 85.
' F 717
CENTER HOTEL, 210 N. 17th, half Block
irom i'. u.; transient, i.a per day; home
TWO nicely furnished rooms. Sug B. 20th at.
NICELY furnished rooms with board; good
location; convenient to car line; aiso
within walking distance, Kates reason
able. Apply at 2406 Cass St. Tel. A-2o93,
LANGE HOTEL, upstairs. 13th Jackson.
BARKER, 13 & Jones; Ameri. European.
FOR RENT irHFlRMsHKD ROOMS.
DE8K room space, $6 per month; ground
floor room In The -Bee building, facing
Farnam street; no .expense for light, heat
- or . Janitor service. R. C. Peters st Co.,
rental agenta. Bee nulldlng. . G 116
FOR HEAT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RHNT Desk room or large space
suitable for merchanuise broker or party
doing ousineas lu wnoiesale uiairict. lu
iulre Hene at Co., Hi sarnaviu street. .
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at sis Farnam St. It
baa tour stories and a basement which
was lorineriy used as The Bee picas room.
This win be rented very reasonably, if
luleiesleU apply at ouce to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
FOR RENT Store in first-class location;
rent reaaonaole. Apply H. C. Peters at
Co., ground tloor, Bee Bldg. 1 dbs
STORE, with fixtures suitable for grocery,
24u Leavenworth k t. . 1 Ziw
FOR KENT, on September 1, 1902, I largo
tore rooms, zsxxia, in tne 1. O. O. F.
block. Atlantic, Is, For particulars ad
dreaa E. li. Whltealde, trustee.
WANTED Canvassing agents in every
county 10 solicit suDscnpuons to THIS
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured good in
come. Agenia In the country wlin horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvaasers
make easily tw 10 tluu per month. Ad
dreas, Century Farmer builcllora Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha. aii
SOMETHING NEW I I Just out. Send for
sample, v-omuinauon uuor H.noo ana Bell.
No cutting or ruining the dour. Put on
any door In a aionient. No batteries to
worry about. No springs to wind. Noth
tnd to get out of oruer. Own your own
bell. No landlord to trouble. Price and
Bell absolutely guaranteed. Send 1.6v
for sample. Agents wanted. wtsiEHN
ELECTK1CAL COMPANY, 1212 Farnam
btreet, Omaha, Neb. J 718
ARE YOU a Cathollo and unemployedT
See me. juxenoaugn, buu ware diock.
WAkTKD TO RENT.
YOUNG lady desires room and board in
a private family where terms are rea
sonable; tiaptisi xamiiy preierreq. ao
areas H 21. Bee. K lwo
FOR SALE FIRMTIRE,
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
.U New and secoadbaiMl, bought, sold.
FOR BALE HORSES, WAGONS, E'IC.
CLOSING out buggies chesp. Johnson A
Roberts, John Deere Bldg., lOih and Leav.
NEW and second-hand buxaleg and
wagona; low pricea. Frost, 14th and
Lavenworin. f rji
PFE1FFER ts closing out his stock of
buggies at Ze par caul discount, x.tn ana
FOR SALK MISCELLANEOIS.
WHITE sswdust; season check d onk tim
bers, cheap; nog fence, etc. aoi iougias,
FOR SALE Phonographs; superior to any
outer musical instrument; as tip. 1 tie
Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam. Q 721
NEW and secondhand typtwrltera. 1119 Par
nam. U 7M
100 8 TILE 3 trusses; catalogue free. Sber
man ft McConnell Drug Ce., lth and
XJOtlge, Vliiau. yf 1
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
2DHAND safe cheap. Delight, 1119 Famanv
VIM puncture-proof tires, $4.96 and $7.00 per
air. omana jsicycie co,, joiu ana tm
cago Bis. Vr-7i
PIANO for sale or trade. O 14, Bee.
W Miz D"
EDISON phonographs, $10, $20 and $30;
mouinea recortia, toe each, or x per aos. ;
new wheels, $l. up; Idhand, $5 up. Omaha
Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago fits.
L. M. E. always hurry.Tel. 780. Q-MS54
EDISON, Columbia piSJShogrsphs; agents
wanted, write. Fredrlcknon, 16 at Cap. Av.
Q M547 S15
FOR BALE Two cows, fresh, at 282(1 Web-
sier nt. . 14 ta as
FOR SALE Good 1.500-round flour scale,
nesxs, stove, letter press, etc. can at
ove 4unn aireer. w 000
FOR SALE, r will trade for horses, white
hearse, good condition. Marks ft Co., las
Broadway, Council Bluffs. y wtu zi
NEW No. 8 Remington typewriter, cheap;
don t miss this snap.. John Hay Minns,
419 First Nafl bank building nt telephone
ail. w Mieu w
WILL PE abroad two years; while absent
win give right party use or my meinway
piano for care of aame. Address H 66,
Bee. . . y Ml&fl si
$600 BOHMER piano, beautiful mahogany
case, medium else; must realize casn on
same by Sept. 1; will take $180. Address
XI Id tS f U ir.7 01
. . ira, UCVi V( V.
$226 WILL buy my Chlckerlng plano Just
as good as new; family nroxe up, no fur
ther use for it; win sell on easy monthly
payments; no Interest asked. Address
H 67, Bee. (J M1M SI
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1814 Cass BL
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist, 11 S. IS.
MME. AMu-d, vapor baths. 124 N. 16th. R. 7.
i 0X0 BIS
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. IS, 2d floor, R I
T 132 B6'
GLADYS RUSSELL, Z1 8. 16th, 3d floor.
1 aivhs a-o-
GRACE O'BRYAN of Ky., 720 So. 13th.
T M482 B12
PRIVATE hospital before and during: con
finement; baulea adopted. 230e urant St
Mrs. uaroeis. tou x -luh. ..- u 73
VIAVA. woman s way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. 4s Bee Bldg.,
TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messengers. .
ana retail. Collins piano Co., 1622 Doug'
lua. .-.'. u 736
BHAMPOOINO and halrdresslng, 26o, In
connection with The Balhery, ilC-220 Bee
uuuuuii, III, Ilia, vm
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
' ""si', rooms jtiit-uw, iee mag,
DR. B. M. JACKSON, room 4, Frepxer
uiuwn, ciiiuiuc uiseases a 'Specialty: con-
"V. -, . .. .... U-tt
$30-RUPTURB CURED FOR ISO-No knife,
1i rv nain .1 latuntU.
NAnrl f rt KntlrUI TxmrVm v.afn
TUBE CURE CO., 32 N. Y. Life Bldgr.;
waaa-aaas.. . .. J xMl -
HAIRnRFRHTVn manUirlr.. -w.
y lor ladles only, In connection with
io-u oee uiag. - u 731
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before
akuu uunng connnement. ur. and Mrs.
New location, 1416 Douglas. 'Phone L-222L
- U D4 B1U
PRIVATE home for ladles. before and Hue,
mg connnement. Kaoies adoptea. Mrs.
w'lch ftuv nurueiie si. u,, Eepiai-
ELITE PARLORS, 815 S. 16th st, 2d floor,
U M528 H7
MME. SMITH, batha, 118 N. 15. 2d floor. R. I.
"A FRIEND In need la a friend nrie.l
If you happen to be feeling badly and need
Bomcmuig to sootne your nerves try a
and you will then fully appreciate the sen- "
tlment expressed In the above quotation. A SNAP! Elegant modern 9-room brick
U B 31 dwelling- Kountxe Place, $3,799, worth
... i 14,000. Franklin J. Griflen. 712 N. Y. Life.
" . -1 . ftJi M627-Aia
MOSEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE. .. " ' ; '
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real Neiir ' HiglV Scl"100l
estate. Bceunan-Love Co., 909 8. 13lh, - O
.. W "39 A. P. Tukey & Son offer three lots on the
corner of 25th and Chicago 8ts., only IsoO
4V4 PER CENT on business property. each. On grade, fine stone sidewalk. All
. I per cent on residence property. In shkpe to build on. Parties wanting a
Options to pay whole or part any time. home within walking distance and near
W. B. ME1KLE, 401 8. 16th St. High school and Crelghton college will be
W 740 suited with these lots. We are going to
- ; make a quick sale of these lota. The
WANTED, dty loans and warrants. W. fourth lot was sold yesterday
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam 8t. . A. P. . TUKEY V SON.
: . W 741 . 444-e Board of Trade.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H. ' - ' ItE 140 28
Thomas, First Nat, Bank Bldg. Tel. lMa, BEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO. for choice
W 742 bargains. U1 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. lull
WANTED, city and farm loana; also bonds Kii"'t
rrnaWmJytn.t'BeeRblCdgPel'r' -74."' WILLIAMSON Ftre? C
LOW RATES. Private money. ' ' ' ' KE762
PYiNEm1NVEvfmNT COMPANY, HOUSES and lota In all parts of c'ty; also
Main Floor. New York Ufa Bldg. . acre properly and farm lands. The O. F.
vY 744 DavU Co.. Room 662 Bee Building.
( PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros.. 1C,04 s- R . . .
Farnam. W-7 GEORGE O. WALLACE, real estate, mort-
" , . gage, rentals, insurance. Brown block.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1624 Douglas ' RE-764
W Jui - .... i '
; lJ 'r- . HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
$100 UP; low rata. Prichard, Ull Farnam. Ore Insurance. Bemls, Faxton biock.
W-747 . JKE-.66
PRIVATE money. Sherwood, M7 N. yTTT KEISEY'S. wall paper, 17th arvl Douglas.
. . ... VV fig 'Phone MoS. . - RE-916
44 TO i P. C. money. Bemls. Paxton B k. PUEBLO No better Investment today
W 749 than good conservative and Judicious ln-
. i ' vestment in Pueblo realty. Orln 8. Mer-
" Till, Baxter block, opposite P. O., Pueblo,
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. . Colo. . RE-M126 E2a
MONEY loaned ait furniture. lK-a .(m-v
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley lxan
-o., sue. to uua ureen, barker biock.
' . X-76S
MONEY loaned on Dianas, furniture -lew
airy, horses, cowr, to. C. F. Reed, 919 S is.
WHEN you And It necessary to borrow,
five us a trial, after which we will by
air treatment attempt to retain your
- patronage. We loan from $10 up, on fur
niture, pianos, live stock, etc. W also
make loans to
without mortgage or Indorser. Ws do
not deduct interest in advance, we charge
notning tor making or nung papera an
our service Is quick and confidential. W
always try to please our pat runs.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
11 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295,
(Established 1892) sue 80. lt)th St.
LARGEST BU8INE88 IN LOANS TO
bALAKltn r-fc.ut-'LE, merchants, team
sters. boarding houses, etc., without ae
clnal cities. Toluau.4 Hoard of T
Bldg. - ' ' X 761
Chattel and Salary Loans
- PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
A.IVakHanl1 ta J W Tat vl.aaS
TaL Ha. 64 Paaton Block.
. . - A-li
MONEY TO I.OAN-CH ITTKI.g.
DO YOU NEF.D MONEY?
SALARY AND Fl'RNITl HE LOANS.
P. ELI A HLK CRF.IIT CO..
Room lo3. Third Floor, Faxton Block.
MONET tosped on r'aln not to salaried
people; business confidential lowest fates,
614 1'axton block. The J. A. Hutton Cr.
TO GET In or out of buness call on Wil
liams. Boom 411. Mccague Duuuing.
IF YOU WANT CASH for your business.
city property or tarm eena run particu
lars with best price and 1 will tell you
how to- get It, provided it la located in
the United Slates. My plan a winner.
Write today. Emerson De Puy, Des
Moines, la., sixth floor Iowa Losn and
Trust building. Y M3t S
WHOLESALE bskery for sale, good loca
tion ana gooa iraao; railing neaiin is rea
son for selling; new brick oven. Adlrea
Box 276. Geneva, Neb; . tMfil
IF YOU want to Invest few hundred or
few thousand In good aafe money-makhig
proposition call on C. R. Glover. 401 N. 1.
Life, Omaha, or write him care Creston
Electric Ry., Light, Heat and Power Co.,
creston, lowa. X 117 31
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your Dullness or property quick, see J.
H. Johnson, 841 N. Y. Life. Y-MTB
WANTED In Kansas or Nebraska, pasture
ana plenty oi rougn leea, nay, snoca corn,
etc., for about six months for eight hun-
area to one tnousana cattle. v. t. mo
Gulre, Buena Vista, Colorado,
r , .. Y-761-2S
FOR SALE, a hotel and furniture, with
nvery nam in connection, in a thriving
town In central Nebraska. The only
hotel In the town. Good business already
established. C. A. Robinson, Kearney,
INeD. X All 90 o4
FOR SALE, meat market, well equipped,
ooing good business, slaughter house
sneas ana acres or ground, gooa loca
tion, building leased, town of 2,500 In
souinwestern lowa, good reasons for sou
Ing. Address H 64, Bee. Y 141 31
A RARE CHANCE-r-The best cattle feeding
ana grain iarm in tna Mississippi valley,
1,400 acres, rich, black-soil, hluh creek
bottom land, with. some gently sloping
upianu ; usea lor years lor feeding and
graxlng; part cultivated, with heaviest of
crops; corn on bottom land will go M to
100 bushels; blue grass pasture heaviest
kind; located In rich corn belt of North
Central Missouri; adjoining station on
trunk line of Sante Fe-railroad, 95 ml'es
from Kansas City; well fenced, mostly
hog tight: large brick dwelling, two-story
tenant house, large toarna and . cattle
sheds, self-feeders, stock scales,' seven
windmills and central pumping station
with gasoline engine and three miles pipe
for water; this Is the best money maker
on tne market lor reeding purposes ana
grain raising; an examination will verify
' these claims; owner old and wants to re
tire. Price, for a snort time, xoo per acre;
wortn $i5 for a permanent investment.
Address B. D. Beauchamp, Brookflold, Mo.
Y M163 2
FOR RENT: A furnished hotel doing good
Dusinees n good town. Aaaress lock box
zi, Bcrmner, tieo. X Mm zg
IF YOU HAVE A BUSINESS TO SELL
COME AND BSE U8. WE CAN BENE
FIT YOU. SHOULD. YOU WANT TO
BUY DON'T FAIL TO SEE US. WE
HAVE ALL CLASSES OF BUSINESS
AND MANUFACTURING INTERESTS
TO DISPOSE OF OR SECURE ADDI
TIONAL CAPITAL. HAVE SEVERAL
GOOD PROPOSITIONS FOR PARTIES
WITH CAPITAL FROM $500 TO $.1,000
AND SERVICES. ALL SAKE INVEST
MENTS. .COME AND SEE US OR
MARKS BUSINESS COMPANY,
436 Good Block, Des Moines.
A CHANCE for a fortune. We pay 6 per
cent xor amau investments or xio ana up
ward; tnis is an opportunity tor tne small
investor without a parallel; run partlcu
lars free. John J. Ryan Co-Operatlve In
vesting Co., 608 Commonwealth Trust
Bldg., Bt .LOUIS, HO. i- X Ml 78 28-
A QPf V Vltl n nnnAMntillv fn. nJ,
inuuB inau lu iianuie territory xor tne
Halstead burglar alarm; guaranteed to do
the work and a big mprjey maker. See
nainieao. Murray rtoie. ., x Mill zb-
r1- fM '
wkVAllvJiW aauwir;tu t3saAlJi IVC, aUf IIllllUltM
11. a. n ,' ,v.jl .
wain, 1 ruin uuwuev r. jo,wu causa IOT tL
KVUU aUUUAta Ast 1U. C . XV Celll, LQi IJtiUg
t v 2 M169 3U
FOR BALK RBAIa AT12.
MONTHLY payment bargain In 8-rooia
rtrtllsaa- 1. XM N. O tlnsraacs "uKaha ACQ
swwaswe, mw aasv- suilg) a NVIIO
. . RE M63S
RANCH' and farm - lands 'for sale by the
union racinc nauroaa company. B. A.
MCAiieaier, iana commissioner, union Pa
ciuo iieaaquariers, omana, NeD.
EASTERN Kansas land, price $10 to $30.
Addreas u. it. lutter, xates center, Kan
sas. - . ' Klti 1104 BSm
10-ROOM. nouse, nearly new, water, gas,
rent $5. Inquire Wm. I. Klerstead, City
FOR ' SALE, at acre fruit and garden
land, eight-room house," good baru, ap-
I, l- K r r lfll til II m. ..Uht u f ram In tim
ber, two miles from car' line. Address
loi.S. Jilrst, CouncU Bluffs, la.
314 N. 14th. T rooms, modern $2,500
'iim Meredith Ave., ( rooms. l.uuo
2415 t. win St., rooms, modern l.uoo
A. P. TUKEY SON,
' 444-446 Board of Trade.
RE IS IS
10-ROOM modern, a well built house and
corner lot, paving on Doth sides fa Uy
paid up, 2224 Chicago- rental $41)0; price,
iaa). w. tx. uaies, aii n. x. i.ire. -non
RE 136 Si
FARMS FOR SALE Improved farms I
Buffalo county. $10 to tJO per acre; one
crop win pay lor tne land. w. 11. Graas-
meyer at Co., Kearney, Nebraska.
RE M145 82
LOOK AT THIS Two small houses at
bargain. Must be closed out within the
next, two weeks. $100 cash, balance $10
monthly. J. H. Parrotte, C44 Paxton
mot. RE 167 -2
A BARGAIN II 5o0.
The southwest corner 24th and Davenport,
uiMf, wiin nouse renting k; all specia
taxes paid, ina oest location in Oman
for double house, flat or store and flat
will always rent, and only ll.bou. Noih
Ing sr.' cheap la that locality. Reason
WALLACE; 811 BROWN BLOCK.
MODERN double house, close to car an
school. Price, $l,tvtt. No agents. Box 44,
irvuigion, fisu. - u ALiu w
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR sale, 10 rooms, well furnished, fine
lorannn roomers, 7-room nat, Rxa
location, $1M. He quick. J. H. Johnson,
N. Y. Life. RE Mi83 29
SUBURRAN RKAt. PaTATIC
For sale, tracts of 6 acres, 6 acres, 6 acres.
o acrea, 0 acres or more, i:o per acre.
Rich fruit and truck land. Hound to in
crease In value. Starr's place, southwest
"1 cuy, west ot Moutn omana, dlst ana c
streets, adjoining Bonneld tk Fayette
park. J. A. Starr, 617 Bee bldg.
RE Ml 86
GEORGIA Ave. home for sale, all modern
nouse, part casn, nai. long time. j. It.
Sherwood, 937 N. Y. Life. Fhone its.
FEEDING FARM ,
Only three miles from South Omaha
Stock Yards; 95 acres, 7-room house,
arge barn, granary, windmill, run
ning water. Price will be advanced
after Sept. IS, 1902. See or write
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
Sole Agents, 1320 Farnam St., Omaha.
RE M 177 90
DR. TRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist in Diseases or women in omana,
would call the attention of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement and bis
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or addreas, with stamp,
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1613 Dodge,
LADIES' Chichester's English Pennvroval
i ins are tne Desi; sale; rename. Take no
otner. nena 4c, stamps, Tor particulars,
"Relief for Ladles" In letter by return
mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia. Pa.
LOST Between Miller park and Omaha,
iimy uiil-h uroauciom jacaei, lavenaer
lining. Return to Bee oftlce and receive
reward. Lost M172 2S
PRIVATE Itwsons In bookkeeping, etc.;
nignt ciass mono., wea., ri. u. r.
liaibbun, room 16, Com'l Nat'l bank.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. s
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repair
ing promptly attended to. J. X. Ochiltree,
20th and Lake streets. 170
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP, 'Phone 1717. 606 So. 16th
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 790. M366
MIXED country scrap, lilt stove plate, $8.
a i pirn, soz r arnam. 77a
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
r. it. tnuoin, iooo farnam. none vm.
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1511H Farn. Tela. 1569-snS.
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1610 Howard.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; an business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. JuUa Vaughn, 420 Kamga Bldg.
DRESSMAKING In families or at home.
Miss sturdy, 2680 Harney. SE1 A31
TINNERS AND CORNICES.
E. SAVAGE, 2822 Farnam. 'Phone, 2111.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 Bo. lltb.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phone 2190. 611 South Thirteenth street.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid.
PATENTS Sues 4s Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha;
u in uuiwaj aucuees-ui, auvioe tree.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars.
nil vuui, iu. ojv i-eareiiwui in, l.l, A.-1IB4.
; - 772
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
a eaa animals at reduced prices, tu N. 16.
1 IN, IBU
U HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. TeL 1261,
feland fo? nrlca Hat. rut flne.r. tnri nlmiii
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Deright'a,
ins r i ii a in ,u ce i. lae
OMAHA Hay Bale Tl Co., SU North inn.
GRAND Electric Co., 16 Jackson. Tel. 246.
STATUARY and ornamental work. 712 8 16
WE ARE western headquarters for Edison
pnonograpna ana records, prices, $io up.
ieu. cycie o., xaia ana Jiarney.
' M9S9 B"3
QiD. E. ft ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
ill... XI V I 1 r ..1 - T I i .
PR. A. T. HUNT. 611 MoCague Bldg. TaL
MRB. GRACE DEEGAN. 138 Bee building,
lei. xvoa. .'
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN BANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal,
l. I. Ull. HM
NEB. Buainess A Shorthand College, Boyd'
IF A sufferer with pain and disease con
suit, free, the gifted MAGNETIC
HEALER and V1TAOPATH phyalclan.
Dr. Chaa. 1. Whlue, 191i Farnam atreeU
LAMBERT TYPEWRITER, price $20; Is
fast, efficient, durable, easiest to learn,
use and cre tor; sent on approval. Mon
ro Co., au a, ltn (.. orxuvna.
M ANl FACTl RING.
r. MEI.CHIOR, 13th and Harney, ma-
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wka. makes a spe
cialty ot nre escapes, anuttera, aoors and
aafes. G. Andreen, Prop., 102 8. 10th St.
OMAHA Plating- Co., Bee Bldg. TeL K-SV
MRS. F. H. WRIGHT, piano, 1819 Webster
Bl. 131 a-
In the United States District Court for
the District of Nebraska.
South Omaha Pontoon Bridge and Ferry
Company, a corporation, llbellant, against
the Steamboat Henrietta, her engines,
boilers, machinery, tackle and furniture, in
In obedience to a warrant ot aelsure to
me directed. In the above entitled cause, I
have seised and taken Into my possession
the following described property: The
steamboat Henrietta, Its engines, boilers,
machinery, tackle and furniture, for the
causes set forth In the libel now pending
in tne initen mates aisirict court lor the
district of Nebraska, at Omaha, Neb. I
hereby give notice to all persons claiming
the said described steamboat Henrietta, Its
engines, boilera, machinery, tackle and fur
niture, knowing or having anything to say
why the aame should not be condemned
and forfeited, and the proceeds thereof rtta-
trinutea according to the prayer of tne
libel, that they be and appear before the
said court, to be held In and for the dis
trict of Nebraska, at the United Statea
courtroom. In the city of Omaha, Neb.,
on the 15th day of September, 1902, at 10
o'clock on the forenoon of that day. If the
same shall be a day of Jurisdiction, other
wise on tne next day of Jurisdiction there
after, then and there to interpose a claim
for the same, and to make their allega
tions in that behalf. T. U MATHEWS.
U. 8 Marshal District of Nebraska.
In the-District Court In and for Dotia-laa
County Nebraska, William G. Madden,
Plaintiff, against Nebraska Fire Insurance
Company et al, Defendants.
To ail creditors of tne Nebraska Fire In
surance company; you and each of you
are hereby notified that In purauance of an
order of the district court of Douglas
county, made January 17, 1902, a' dividend
of two (2) per cent on all allowed claims
agalnat the Nebraska Fire Insurance com
pany has been declared; that said dividend
Is payable at my oftlce . room 1003 New
York Life building, Omaha. Neb.; thnt the
time for payment of said dividend has
been extended to October a. imt. and Day
ment thereof must be demanded at my of
fice, and unless such demand be made by
October 8, 1902, you and each of you will
be forever barred from any right to par
ticipate In the funds appropriated for said
All such claims must be presented at
the ofllce of the receiver, room 1003 New
York Life building In the city of Omaha,
or transmitted to htm by mall at the above
Dated this 7th day of August, 1902.
A. U. WYMAN.
Receiver of the Nebraska Fire Insurance
company. A7-14-21-28 M
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested.
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the week ending August
SO. 1902. will close (PROMPTLY In all cases)
at tne general posiomce as ioiiows: rarceia
post malls close one hour earner than
closing time shown below. Parcels post
malls tor Germany Close at 0 p. m. Mon
day and Wednesday.
Regular and supplementary malls cloae at
foreign station half hour later than closing
time ahowf! below (Tf.nt that annnlement
ary malls for Europe and Central America
via Colon close .one hour later at foreign
THURSDAY At 6:30 a. -m. for EUROPE.
per a. s. uoiumoia. via r-iymoum, Cher
bourg and Hamburg (mall for France
must be directed "per s. s. Columbia");
et 7 a. in. for FRANCE, SWITZERLAND,
ITALY, SPAIN, PORTUGAL, TURKEY,
EGYPT, GREECE. BRITISH INDIA and
LORENZO MARQUEZ. per s. s. La Gas
coime. via Havre (mall for other Darts of
Europe, muil be directed "per a. a. La
' uascogne i. . i
SATURDAY At 7:10 a, m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per s. a. Noordam (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Noordam");
at 9:80 a, m. (supplementary 10 a. m.) for
EUROPE, per a. s. Lucanla, via Queens
town; at 9:f a. m. for SCOTLAND di
rect, per s. a. -.miopia (man must tie
directed "per s. a. Ethiopia"); at K a. m.
for BELGIUM direct, per s. s. .Zeeland
(matt must do airectea -per s. s. .ee
land"); at 11 a. m. for DENMARK dl
rect, per s. a. Norge (mall must be di
rected "per a. s. Norge1').,
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papera
and samples for Germany only. The
earn class of mall matter for other parts
of Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless specially airectea oy it.
After the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic mans named above, addi
tional supplementary malls aie opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers and remain
open until within ten minutes of the hour
of sailing oi steamer.
Malls for South and Central America,
West Indies, Etc.
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YUCA
TAN. CAMPECHE. TABASCO and CHI
, APAS, per s. s. Havana (mall for other
parts or Mexico mum oe 'directed per
s. s. Havana"); at 12 m. (supplementary
12:30 p. m.) for BAHAMAS, GUANTAN-
AMO and Santiago, per s. s. Yucatan;
at s:au p. m. tor jamila, per a. s. Aa
mlral Sampson, from Boston.
FRIDAY At 10 a. m. for GRENADA and
TRINIDAD, per s. g. Maraval: at 12 m,
for MEXICO, per s. a. Matanxas, via
Tamplco (mall must be directed "per s. a.
Matanxas"); at 12:80 p. m. for INAGUA
and HAITI, per a. s. paloma.
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BERMUDA
per s. s. Pretoria; at 9 a. m. for PORTO
RICO, per s. a. Coamo, via Ban Juan;
at 9 a. ra. (supplementary 9:30 a. m.) for
CURACAO and VENEZUELA. Per s. s
Maracalbo (mall for flavanilla and Carta-
. gena must be directed "per a. a. Mara
calbo"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) lor nuHTUMii ii.am),
JAMAICA, S A VANILLA, CARTAGENA
and GREYTOWN. per. s. s. Alleghany
(mail for Costa Rica must be directed
"per a. s. Alleghany"); at 10 a. m. for
CUBA, per s. s. Mexico, via Havana; at
10:80 a. m. for BRAZIL, per a. a. Syra-
cuaa. via Pernambuco and Santos (mall
for Northern Brazil must be directed "per
a. s. syracusa ).
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Byaney, ana tnence by steamer, close at
1 this ofllce dally at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday). Malls for Mlquelon, by rail
to Boslon, and thence by steamer, cloae
at this office dally at 6:30 p. m. Mails
lor cuDa, by rail to fort Tampa, norma
and thence by steamer, close al
thla ofllce daily, except Thursday
at 6:3o a. m. (the connecting closes
are made on Mondays, Wednesdays
ana eaiuraays. alalia ror Mexico
City, overland, unless specially addressed
for dispatch by steamer, cloae at thla
office dally except Sunday at 1:30 p. m.
and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1 p. m. and
11:30 d. in. Mails for Costa Rica. Bellxe.
Puerto Cortex and Guatemala, by rail to
New Orleans., and thenee oy steamer,
close st this office daily exept Sunday
at "1:30 p, m., Sundays at "1 p. m. (con
necting closes here Mondays for Belize
Puerto Cortex and Guatemala, and Tuee-
days for Costa Rica). "Registered mall
closes at p. m. previous day.
Malls for Hawaii. Jaoan. China and first
class matter for the Philippine Islands,
via San Franclaoo, close here dally ai
6:90 p. m. up to August 26lh. Inclusive,
for dispatch Der a. s. Korea.
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via Saa
rancisco, close here aauy at e:w p. ra,
up to August 26th. Inclusive, for dls
paten per u. a. Transport.
Mails for Hawaii. Jaoan. China and first
class matter for the Philippine Islands,
via Ban Francisco, close ,ere dally al
6:30 p. m. tip to August 29lh, inclusive
for dispatch per s. a. uaeuc.
Mails for Australia (except West All
stralla, which is forwarded via Europe)
New Zealand, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii
via Ban Francisco, close here daily al
4:90 p. m. after August 16th and up to
August 30th, Inclusive, or on arrival of
s. s. Ktrvria, due at jew rora August
30th. for dispatch per s. s. Sonoma.
Malls for China snd Japan, via Vancouver
and victoria, u. .. cn.se. nere aauy ai
6:30 D. m. uo to September 2. Inclusive,
for dispatch per s. s. Empress of China
(regiaterea man must i r-ueciany aa
droaaed. Merchandise for L. 8. Doaial
agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
Malls for china and Japan, via Seattle,
cloae here dally at - p. m. up to Sep-
tember 3d, Inclusive, for dispatch per
a. a. Tom Mam. (Registered mall must
be directed "via Bestlle"!.
Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma,
close nere dully at (.30 p. m. up to Sep
tember ath. Inclusive, per a. a. Victoria.
Malls for Ham-all via Fan Francisco, close
h re dally at ;S0 p. m. up to September
"Sih, Inclusive, for dispatch per a. a.
Malls for Australia (except West Au
stralia, wnicn goea via fc.urope,an1 New
Zealand, whli h goes via San Francisco),
and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver and Vic
toria, It. ('.. close here dally at :M p.
m. after August 30th and up to Septem
ber l.Uh, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s.
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands.
via pan rrancisro, riose nere oaliy at
11 p. m. up to September Tth, Inclu
sive, for dispatch per a. a Mariposa.
Traaspaclflo malls are forwarded to port
oi sailing tinny ana tne scnenuie or clos
ing Is arrsnged on the presumption r-f
their uninterrupted overland transit,
Registered mail closes at 6 p. m. pre
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Poatmaatsr.
Postofflce, New York, N. Y., Aug. tx, 1901.
RAILWAY TIME CARD,
UNION STATION 10TH AND MARCT.
Chicago, Rack Island Par tie.
Chicago Daylight Lim
ited a 1:00 am a 1:46 era
Chicago Daylight a 7.00 am a 1:36 pna
Chicago Express bll:lo am a 6:06 pm
pea Moines Local a 6.20 pm bll :60 am
Chicago Fust Express ..a 6:06 pm a 1.26 Dm
Rocky Mountain Lim
ited a s:w am a 4:66 am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Denver, pueblo and
Weet .......a 1:80 pm a 8:41 nm
Cole., Texas, Cal A
Oklahoma lyer a :zu pm aU:40 pm
Overland Limited ..a 9:40 am a 7:10 nm
i ne mil mn m o.wj am a 4.49 pm
California Express a 4:26 pm
Pacific Express all:J pna
Eastern Express. a 4:36 pna
The Atlantic Express... a 7:90 am
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 ani a 1:40 am
Chicago Specla; 8:49 am
Lincoln, l.aatnce and
Stromsburg Ex b 4:06 pm bl!:60 pm
Grand Island Local b 6:10 pm b 9.36 nm
.a 7:10 am a 6:19 pm
bl raui umuea a T:w pm a 8.-08 am
Minneapolis ft Be Paul
Exoresa .h 7:20 am bl: n
Chicago Express . 910:96 pra
St. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Express a 6:66 Dm a 1:90 am
St. Louis Local, Council
Biurxs a 9:u am al0:80 pm
St. Louts Express al0:06 am a t:JS pm
K. C. ft BL L. Ex alo:60 pm a 6:16 an
Ckleago, Mllwaakea 4t St. Panl. '
Chicago ft Omaha Ex.. a 7:9 am b 8:4 era
l-UI I I.... I.- .Mm, - n ...
-mvatv uiuitwu v.uw vui m 1 ;w am
Chicago A Northwestern.
"The Northwestern Line.
a 7:00 am
a 8:80 am
a 1:60 pm '
a 6:90 pm
a 4:06 pm
a 9:20 am
a 9:60 am
a 9:40 pm
.a 8 40 am
a B-lYI nm
Local Pioux Cttr.
.a 8:10 am
Davl a-ht St. l aui.
a 1 :a an.
.a 8:00 am
a 8166 pm
,a 4:66 pm
.a 7:te pm
.a 7:66 pm
'ast St. Paul
Local Sioux City
b 8:66 pm
BURLINGTON STATION lOTH a MASON)
Barllagrton Jt Mlssonrl River.
Wvmore, Beatrice and
TJnenin a 8:40 am bll:H are
Nebraska Express a i:w a.: a 7:4o pm
Denver Limited a 4:26 pm a 6:46 urn
Black Hills and Puget -
Sound Express all:10 pm a 8:10 pm
Flyer a 8:10 nm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:10 pm a 9:17 am
Fort Crook and Platta-
motuh ..- D 8:90 Dm bllMB ana
BelleVnue ft Pacific Jet. a 7 60 Dm a 8:27 am
Bellevue ft Paclflo Jot.. a 1:00 am
Kansas City, St. Joseph 4k Connoll
Kansas City Day Ex.. ..a 8:20 am a SKS3 Dm
St. Louts Flyer. , a 6:10 pm all:l6 am
Kansas City Night Ex..aiuo pm a 8:16 am
Cbtcaac. Uarllngrion. (tnlaor.
Chicago Special ,...a 7:00 am a 4S pm
cnicago vesiouiea r-x-a s:w pm icjuuu
Chicago Local .....a 9:90 am all:00 pm
Chluago Liimitea a .u pm a j:bo am
Faat Mall a 9:4s pm
a Dally.- b Dally except Sunday, e Sun.
day only, d Deuiy except Saturday. Dally
WEBSTER DEPOT 1STH WEBSTER
Caleaa. St. Faal,
Twin City Passenger.. ..a 4 90 am a t:09 pm
cloux n ty ratHHr...a a.w pat mil .am am
Emerson Local b 6:40 pm b 8:46 am
Fremont. ilkhorn tt Mlaeanrl
Black Hllla, Deadwood,
Vint Snrlna-a a 1 :Qfl nm a K -Art nm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d t:00 pm 140 pm
Hastings, York, David
City, superior, ueneva,
F.xeter and Seward b 1:00 nm b K4S nm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont .... t:m am dio: am
Fremont Local e 740 am
Mlssonrt Paciac. ,.
Nebraska Local, Via -
Weeping Water t.b 4:10 pm aio:Si am
Naw York-ltotterdam. via. Houlorna. 8. M.
New Twin-Screw s. s. of 18,000 tons register
Twin-8ore,w Unnrffam . u.ao.
steamer iiwwiuuiii . mt,.
Twin-Screw Ciatanrfam BepLS...
Steamer OIBISIIuaill 10 A. M.
Twin-Screw Pntrflom "Pt-.
Steamer I uieuum 10 A. M.
. 1 .. .A VT.ww U.n... ,Ofll 1-. rn, k.
Alll Ml .I!! ,p.uw,s, .w. m w .......
street; J. S. McNally, 1821 Farnam street;
ri. B. j ones, i rarnam atreei; miuii
Neese. First National Bank. Omaha.
SAILORS' UNION PROTESTS
ObJeete ta tha Employment af Chines
to Man tha New Paella
BAN FRANCISCO, Aug. J7. Tha 160
Chines Intended for the crew of the Paclflo
Mall steamer Korea arrived here an tha
Collector ot Customs Stratton has again
notified the steamship compaay that tha
Chinese must be detained on Oaello and
not oven be allowed to go Into the deten
tion shed, pending a final decision In tha
case by the secretary of the treasury and
the commissioner general of Immigration.
The Bailors' union of the Paclflo hag en
tered a strong protest against tha transfer
of these Chinese to Korea. The union
contends that the Chinese cannot be trans
ferred to Korea without bringing them
ashore to be signed before the United States
hipping commissioner, and that the got f
bringing them ashore would constitute a
violation of the Chinese exclusion act.
TROUBLE WITH THE APACHES
Gathering; on aa Old Reservation la
Artsona and Trespassing: Vsea .
. PHOENIX, Aril., Aug. 27. For soma
months past Apache Indiana have been se
curing permission te leave the reservation
and have been gathering at the abandoned
Fort McDowell reservation, until now there
are about 100 there. .
. Settlers In that vicinity are complaining
of their trespassing en melon and grain
fields and their threatening language when
driven out. Settlers have petitioned the
governor to aid In securing their return to
the reservation, as they fear trouble.
Delegations of Indians have waited upon
the governor, saying they were peaceful and
only wanted the privilege of living there,
which they believed from some former un
derstanding they were entitled to de.
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