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HIE OMAHA DATLV BEE: V H I f) A V, V 11 1 It V 1? V
in. moo. 11
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ttlll be taken Until Vi in. fur (he
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Inr tnoriilnu nml Siniilny edition.
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lo a nurd tlicreuf tcr. .Nothinu taken
fur lens (linn li.-.e lor flic llrst lner
llun. These iiilrcrllnriiirnlH must be
run c'liiiai-ciitle -l .
Adt erllrr, ,y rciiietliiK, n iiuiii
liercd i'Ih'cU, can luie- iuii.iecr nd
tlressed to n numbered Idler In euro
t Tlc Iter. Ansvei-rs no mid rrsfit'd
vlll lie .ile)lv !retl tin present ll t Inn of
the clie-cl. mil).
WAVfE!) S1I I VIIO.NS.
A STENOGRAPHER. Winn you want or.s
planj call tip the Hemiruuii typuwrtlir
oilke, IWJ I a r rutin at , telephone 163.
w.ivi ed mam: iicli'
WANTED. We have steady work for a few
good hustlers of kckhI habit and appeur
ance. C. F. Adams Co , 1010 Howard St.
WE TEACH ;the barber trade thoroughly
In snort time and furnish each graduate
with a guarunteod pvotlion ut good wages
There are more' than tei barber positions
advertised td one at bookkeeping or snort
hand Write for free catalogue and par
ticulars. Western Ilarbiri"' lntltute.
CASH for acceptable Ideas, state If pat-
onteei Adtirefcs, Tho Talent uecoru, tiai-
WANTED. manager and agents; salary or
vommlMlon: ehcxipcst and largest line.
Hunter Tailoring and Shirt Co- Cincin
nati, O. B-M14S A
A YOUNfJ man attending school dejlres a
place to work for board, any honest
work. Addrots Xioylcs Collepe. Uoe bldt .
tbl 19H. - - -
t picture agents; expenses pr.!d. 1"19 lmv.
WANTED. In an olllre, n thnroiiRhly ex
pcrlenerd Invoice. entry dark, one experl
en. ill In liundllrlK railway claim pre
ferred. Addreap X ). lire. It 518 .
LIVE, energetic moil to spllclt membership
fur a men ant lb iiceney flood pay tn the
right parties. AddroK Itoom fiZ. North
ern OMcm liuililinc ChlMtgo, III.
WANTED Salesman, hrlgiit, energetic hus
htrstle for S2 to IA dally: If so rail or
n Call or write Itoom s 4S1-4.12 I'axton
blink. B-S60 15
BOY 7ood ehatu'o for advancement for
bright lad who has had some experience I
in amateur nnotograpny; miiM ih or go"d
address and well recommenced. .1.
Hutcon CO., 1IH0 Douglas St.
, B-SI9 15
WANTED. Ilnl'her In Hivtrot pe foundry
Creat Westeht TJ'pe l-Tiundry. 114 Howard
st. ' B-MM7 IS
WANTED, thoroughly como'tent and ex
perienced mail ita assistant bookkeeper.
It Is useless fur rtnyono to apply unless
thoroughly i competent. ItefereneeH re-
itilred One experienced In freight i lalms
preferred. Tall betiveen and 9 and f. and
6 Ask for superintendent. People's store,
let h and F.imam ll-.MW IS
WANTED ri:jiAi.i; HELP.
WANTED 200 girls. 3S24 Dodge. Tel. ,S7C.
WANTED, eampeteni young nurp girl.
Call at 123 So. 21th street. C 171
WANTED, girl "for general housework,
smhll family. Apply at 123 N. 31st ave.
W A NTE D- E x pe rlenced lady cashier In
large dry goods store. State experlunce
anil reftrmueg. Address X 49, Bee.
WANTED, girl for general housework on
farm Oood wager. Call at l'axtnn hotel
Saturday forenoon. C 560 15
WANTED, governess fur two bo.s on
farm. Ciil!, with referenres. Paxton ho.
tel. -Friday evening from S to 10 o'clock,
or Saturdrty forenoon. ,C-561 15
WANTED Saleslad) : are yrui willing to
hustle, for U to $10 dally; If no call or
write Rtjom 4.U-412 Paxton black. Omaha.
WANTED" girl for general housework. Ap-
pj rtt,. Leavenworth. C-M37S
WANTED girl f.r housework. Mrs Led
wleb. 1420' k Sherwood ave. C -51506 22
A i'OMPETENT girl for general house
work. Apply at 2X1 E st . South Omaha.
. 0-51503 16
"OH it i:t-
IF Yf)l" want our houses well renteil place
them with Benewa ic Co D 9CW
CHOICE houses. Cottages, store. Henrv
B. I'ayno, toi N. Y. Life. 'Phone, ioic
HOUSES,. storei. Bemls, Paxton block
FOR RENT, Hlnuey street. 2 jlrT
limno In a tine location. This house is to
bo entirely, renovated; papered nt tMi
ant s selection; also palntetl outside
Rent $50 per month. Will, give lease'
O.MAH V 1X)AN .V TRf 5T CO
10th and Doulap st
MAGGARD Van & Storage. 1016 Cap. Ave
Tel. 1196. D-WQ
HOUSES for rent in all parts of the city"
Brennan-Lovo Co., 3ji So. 13th street
HGU,S.,;:3 !fXwrPnl-.J- Sherwood. 9J3 N.
Y. Life. Phono 8?S. D 911
HOUSES to rept. R, C. Pa.t'.eraon. 303 N.
1-'"'- D 912
FOR RENT. 215 So. 29th ave.. i-room
house, all rnodern. K,,twj condition. $23
'IMAIIA IX)AN & TRUST CO
16th und Duui'lap St
t TO II rooms. $3 lo $50. 36 U. S. B'k l.Tdc
FOR RENT, desffablc housos and Hats'
Ringwalt. Barker block. u -914
FOR RENT, modern tenm-h7n7edn"parN
ment on.wcond tVuor of Davldge hulldlmr
JOHN W. BOBBINS. ISO.' RvltNAJI
FOR RENT, two nice -Ilve-roiTm , utt.ices
in humu yard. Will Ue put in flrst-elasn
condition; well arranged: ilif 'vh ?
WW rent to good tenants Mm, ref,.r;
ences for $12 and $15. near 24th and Cum-
ne' OMAHA LOAN A- TRUST CO
, ,16th and Dopela St.
IF YOU need a -tenant list your hoiies
with W. V. Hedges. 500 Paxton .block. -
' ' D-1W
152 SOUTH 2th. T'Yopms. modern$S0; 30.17
Webster. ! rooms, bath; 2222 North IRth 6
rooms, barn, large yard; also flats. Ring
wait Bros . Barker' Block. D-649
FOR RENT. 2912 Seward st . f.-ruom cot-
tage. city water, $10.
S(6 So; S.1d st . 4-room tint, city water, $10.
23fe N. 34th st. 9-room house, elty water,
2004 Decatur si , T-room house, city water.
WW : renovate throughout. This is a bar-
R' " 'OMAHA IJOA.S & TitUST CO..
16th nnd Dou.Iap St.
HOUSES, etc. V. D Wead7Ti:i DouglasT
FOR RENT To Jinall fnmlly7Trn7"coN
tage In good repair; city water Inside;
'.H,,,rJlli 0Hl rn',: :3n,, California
Sts.. $23. Inquire nt.G07 N. 19th St. D-343
AWAX?,mo.,,;lnB H- Koods7Planos.
Ofllcu 15UH Farnam st. Tel. 1&59 or MS.
IS HOUSE, t nlar fixing up. SC U. S. Rank
'l"g- D-515Q0 16
FOR RENT, two n,o seven-room hotireT
In h.mn .van, almost opposite Remls
jmrk: ftJl modern execpt furnace: are now
being papered and palntM tnroughout
AV.!ll T$! "l x VHcn- ! f00 tenants
with TefpritHes v
051AJ1A .LOAN & TRUST CO.
, 16th nod Douslar St
roii Hiivr-ri hmsiied itoo.tis.
FURNISHED roonu. modern. 25S0 Harney,
' ' E-166-1C
THRUU hU'nT roomit -f or houM-keeplng. 1113
8i.ui 1 leventh. L-.MS30
roii rem rt hmshed room.
Vt HNISHED rooms, housekeeping. 23 S'.
Mary s E- M3 W
I I UMSllKf) ROOMS AM) HOARD.
THE Mcrrlam family hotef. 28th and Dodge.
TO 2 gentlemen. In private family. 2820 St.
Mary Ave. F-M9
FOR RENT, a nice south room. 112 3. 35 st.
HANDSc ME fleam heatrd front room, j
with board. l' Capitol avenue. j
r MaU i9-
N."'E w.irm room, modern; board If de-
red N ?M. K-Mft 1C
HOAIID wl.h r'om and all modrn ton-venli-ree
can be had on Park ave Ad
drcsa X 45. He F MM) IS
roii ni: i-t mm HMsni:n iuio.m.h.
i I'NFI'flNISHED rooms with raiiKe, suit
able for llnht hou.ekf eplnp 2"2! Farnam.
Flat D. O-fiM l.'i
Foil IIKNT STOIIKS AM) OlMMCnS.
! on TIE NT. store In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply It. C. Peters &
Co.. ground floor. Hee bide. 1 266
FOU ItENT. brlrk warehoue, two floors,
each GOflPO feet; power elevators; t. P.
trackace. Apply Haarmann Bros . 1P14
So. ffith. 1 MO
"LIFE OF 5IOODY," COO pages, 2W lllus..
authorized edition, best com. credit given.
Hlxenbuugh Ac Co., Ware block. Omaha.
THE IDEAL IHJLIRH! Clean nnd liollshes
ANY metal Iwistlng luster, easy work.
417 South 10th street J-i.:ll4 1G
WANTED, agents for "War In South
Africa.'' or the story of a brave people
struggling for freedom, by William Hard
ing the famous author and .Vfrirnn trav
eler. Only J1.50 Contains authentic, up
toV.ate history Hrltlsh-Bocr war Biggest
4ok Hundred Illustrations. Enormou
snleo Endorsed by Kruger .loubert. etc.
Credit given, freight paid, highest om
mlsston Outfit free Enclose 6 two-cont
atamp- for tnalllMg The Dominion Com
pan. Dept. 5. Chicago M-ilQ 2.)
W A VI' !. TO Itll.NT.
WANTED, room nnd board within walking
distant e of High n hool X 17. Ree.
PACIFIC Storage nnd Varehouse Co. 912
914 Jones, general storage and forwarding.
051. Van Stor. Co . 1D1PS Farn. Tel. 1559. M3.
W.Ti:i TO llfv.
ALL kinds of household goods, hotels, etc.
In large or small quantities. Chicago Fur
niture Co , llliC-10 Dodge. Tol, 2020.
WILL purchno a limited number of
Omaha Savings Bank accounts. Bre nnan
Love Co.. 300 So. 13th. N 923
STAMP collections bought. 51ortensen. 301
Paxton Block. N 459 F1S
$5,000 TO INVEST In bargains. 1512 Daven
port. N-5I716 F25
AMERICAN dealer; tiuy secondhand furni
ture and stoves 1719 Cuming. Tel. 1C73.
ELK TEETH. Albert Edholm, Jeweler. IK
N. 16th st.. opp. P. O. N 51377
WANTED Good secondhand. fireproof
vnult uoors. A. K. Smith. Bralnnrd. Neb.
WANTED, to buy. four lC-fodt counters and
shelving, suitable for dry goods. F. T.
Toue. City bldg . Council Bluffs, Iowa.
FOR VI. I! HOUSES, Ml'I.ES, WAfiO.V.
TOP Bl.'GGY for sale, in good eondltloa
U 40. Bee. P M190
FOR SALE, carload mules. Glenwood. Ia ;
weigh l.ono to l.iou, fat. ready for mar
k"t. S 51. Estes P-M355 M7
FOU S W.i: MISCELLANEOUS.
CHEAPEST nnd best oak cribbing and hog
fences. Douglas gt. O 924
Cl'TTERS of drug prlres Sherman & Mc
Conncll Drug Co., 1513 Dodge St. Q 925
Foil SALE, ten R-7-P-A-Tr.Sfi7rTeentsv'
druggists One gives relief. Q 926
B-HAAS. Florist. 1?13 Vinton St TcT 77o"
Plants, cm flowers, boquets. hnll, resi
dence, wedding nnd grave decorations
Orders by mall or express promptly filled
Q- 927 '
FOR SALE, all palms, shrubbery, bulbs
and various plants from exposition
grounds. Inquire at Apiary building. Ex
position grounds. Q 51161 16
INDIAN relics, -mounted heads. 1116 Farn'm
2DIIAND safe cheap. Drlcht. 1116 Farnam
SAFES, buy. hell, exchange. 114 S. isth St.
NEW bicycles complete. $13.50. Xeb. Cvele
Co.. cor. 13th and Harney. Q M671 F23
$185 WILL buy tine Stelnwny upright; cash
or time. Addresa W 16. Bee. Q 51S5S
STA51P3 for collectors, albums, supplies
Frank Rrown. 2:014 8. 13th.
NEW bicycle tires. $2.25. J2.50 and $100
Good secondhand wheels. $S. $10 and $12
Omaha Bicycle Co., 16th and Chlcaro Ft
FOR SAI E. 3,10 tonr of eltlier baled or
lo.np lun . Inquire of Fox Bron . Gretna.
Neb Q562 W
NOTICE, country dealers. 2dhand furniture
& stoves nt lowest prices, carload lots or
less Chicago Furniture Co., HrrfUio Dodce.
FOR RENT. ham. i:t 202G PL SInrys' Ave
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. SOS N. 16th.
51 MK .OYL5IER genuine palmist. 1605 Dodge
.MASSAtil: AMI HATHS.
5IRS. BERRY, bath, maswuge. PARLORS
best in city. 119 N 16lh, 2d floor: opp P. O
51 ME. S5UTH, room
HS'.t N. 15th.
51AY WIlSON, bath, massage. C19 S ith
T-.MlJi 23 '
ELITE PARLORS. 613 So. 16th. upstairs.
l W 20 j
MISS GYPSY, massage luths." illndoo 1
treatment. J17'i No. 16th. Flat F ' 10 j
T-51531 20 I
BEATRICE HARLOW, elegant raasshi 1
tub bath; Arabian ireatment. Flat D 702
S 16th. T-M532 -2-r 1
VIA VI. woman's way to health. 346 Ro.bld
SHAMPOOING 25c, hiilr dressing 25c. hnlr
and toilet goods, best equipped. 5lonheit
Hid 1.. .. r.. rrAl "" r. '
MONHE1T. leading rhlroiodlst. 1316 Far
nnm, 2d floor. Tel. 2333. V fes
PRIVATE hpspltal for ladles befqre & dur.
Ing confinement; babies adopted. 1136 N. 17.
PROF LUND positively destroys corns,
bunions, warts moles. 511 Karbach Bik.
RUPTURE cured, no knife, no pain, no
danger Send for circular. Empire Hup.
turc Cure, 932 N. Y Life Bldg, Omaha
I fMllll T. ' I'm) k t I t. I ti- I . - t
ir ' 'Mvrm.s nu:s (iinn;s imuvAt milt i
GOOD law' barn for r-nt In nor'h part of
city. Inquire 2124 Locust I 108
ALL disease of the feet ku.fu!l treated
FREE for the benefit of '.i.lents Mlg
Mayer, 409 Paxton Bik. Pupils wanted.
113 ?. 1TH ST.. stiporfluouf hair, birth
mark and wrinkles cured. Mm. M. True.
LADIES' secret to enlarge your iust six
Irmhea free. Zanzcmetto Co.. Milwaukee,
PMJATINO and pirated skirts of all kinds,
51. Ufldrnan & C' , M Douglas Mnek
MO.MJV TO LOA.N-ltUAI. U5TAT1J.
JI.IM) & upwards to loan on Improved city
property & farms. W. Furnam Smith &
Co.. 1S20 Furnam. V 4J
5IONEY to loan on Nebraska and town,
farms; loue.it rates. Bremian-Lovc Co.,
309 S. lrth, Omahu. W-Ml
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, l!l Doujtlas
WANTED, city and farm loahS; nlso bonds
and warrants. H. C. Inters & Co., 1702
Farnam St.. Bee BIdg. W-DIC
JlfO.00p.000 TO Invest through Bankers.
Brokers. Promoters; send for circular.
Investors' Directory. N. Y. W MS
C PER CENT money. Bemls, Paxton block.
MONEY to loan on flrstclass Improved city
property or for building purposes. Payne
Knox Co., N. y. L. W-350
G. &A. 6 per cent loans on Omnhn. S. Omnha.
W. 11. Thomas, va 1st Nat. bank. Tel. 1G4S.
510NEY to loan at 5 and per cent on
Omaha property. W. B. 5Iell:Ie, 401 S. ISth.
FIVE per cent farm loans. Cttas. E. Wil
liamson. W SkiS
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estule. Brennan-Lovo Co., 300 So. 18th.
PRIVATE money. $100 to tl.000. J. H. Sher
wood. 9S0 N. Y. Life. W 956
$100 to $5,000. 1512 Davenport.
PRIVATE money. 5, 5'?. 6 ier cent; no de
lay. Garvin Bros.. Ifl3 Farnam. W 953
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
We have a large amount to loan on house
hold furniture, pianos, organs, warehouse
receipts, horses, carriages, etc.
You can get the money within a few hours
after making application WE CHARGE
YOl' NOTHING WHATEVER FOR
51 A KING OR FILING PAPERS.
We give you as much time as you need and
you may repay the loan as soon as you
ehoose and you need not pay f .r it ONE
DAY LONGER THAN YOt" KEEP IT.
OMAHA 5IORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
Tel. 2255. 3fj South 16th Street
From $10.00 up made to people permanently
employed In OMAHA. SOl'TH O.MAIIA
and COUNCIL BLFFFS
You can borrow of us on your own name,
without endorser or mortgage We ar
range the payments as easy as Is possible,
allowing you to pay ALL or IN PART
AT ANY TIME AND YOl' PAY FOR
THE 5IONEY ONLY WHAT TI5IE YOU
Our business Is confidential.
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.
Room 119. 30G South 16th Street.
Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2293.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent positions on their own
namo without endorser or mortgage
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL and LOW
EST RATES No enquiries made of em
ployer or friends. You can Jjorrow any
amount and repay on easy weekly or
monthly payment. Before borrowing ee
us. 05IAHA CREDIT CO., sulto 525-526
N. Y. Life. Bldg. X j5S
MONEY TO LOAN ON
HOUSEHOLD Fl'RNITL'RE. PIANOS,
diamonds, watches, on easy payments, un
known to others: you keep the goods, each
phvment lessens the cost of the loan; no
charge for papers and we make no in
quiries ol your neighbors. BERGERS'
LOAN CO.. 1504 Farnam, over B. & M.
ticket office. X-959
510NEY loaned on pianos, furniture, horses,
cows, jewelry- Duff Green R. i.Barker Wis.
MONEY loaned salaried people holding per
manent p'.sltjon with responnllile concerns
upon their own names without t-ecurlty;
easy payments. Tolman. 700 N Y. L Bldg.
5IONEY loan" on furniture, rig", bicycles,
diamonds watches, etc.; payment un
known to friends. Omaha Loan Bank. 1416
Farnam. upstair". X 9
LOANS made salaried people on personal
note without eeurlty rntes reasonable
J. W. Taloe. 215 1st Nat'l bank. 12 to 6
510NEY lo-nert on olnnos furniture, jew
elry, horses, cows, etc C. F. Reed, 319 S. 13.
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE cm
ployed In Omaha, South Omaha and
Council Bluffs, holding good positions, on
their own names; NO MORTGAGE: BEST
TERMS; everything private; money can
be paid bick In small weekly or monthly
gtymcn's. American Ixian Co., Room 601,
eo Bldg. X-966
MONEY to loan on furniture. t)lano.
horsee. cows, etc J. W. Tayloe. 218 First
National bank building: 1; to 6 p. m.
!!l SlNESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE. leao nnd fti'nlture of llrt
class 12-room hott ; locnteTl in Curtis,
Nib : large trade established Write for
particulars A. E Touslee, Prop
SHOE frtock i heap for cash. Addres Fred
I Bernhardt. Pomeroy. Ia. Y 556 21
A LA ROE eiabllshment "having a big de
mnnd for harness, wishes to rent space for
a nnrness department: most favorable ar
rangements can be made. Address X 53.
Ben ofllcc. Y 533 Is
FOR SALE, saloon In good Nebraska town
of 4 .ouo. doing 11 fair business; owner de
slros to enirace In other business. Ad
dress X 37. Bee. V 51574 16
EXCELLENT proposition for lady of good
business methods and some money to pur
chase established business, paying well;
flrst-clas. 111 every way. Address X 55,
Uoe. Y-.MSS. 16
FOR HALE, store gcnetal merihandlse. In
voice $1.5'0: good live town, eastern Ne
braska; iH'st Incat l.m; good reasons fur
selling. X 51. Bee Y-51564 H
CLEAR vacant ot near 27th and Chicago.
66x140. $1.20. Will trade for good rental
property and pay cash difference.
George G. Wallace. 313 J. J. Brown block.
HALF Interest in big paying patent medi
cine builness to trade for real estate. X
50. Bee. '. 51371 is
LANDS near South Omaha, suitable for
gardening and fruit raising In exchange
for city uroperty. John T. Clarke. 211
Board of Trade. Omaha. 5C-M572 IX
FINE 11-room modern residence, centrally
located well rented, to trade for farm
land X 51. Bee Z-M67.'! IS
DIVIDEND-PAYING stock In well known
company to exihunge for a cottage X uS.
Rce. V. 5I37n It,
l'OR SALE HEAL ESTATE.
PAYNE-KNOX CO.. HEADQUARTERS
for REAL HSTATI" lunnAivs- rrai'.
EST RATES on LOANS; SOUND IN
SURANCE; HOUSES, FLATS, STORES,
for RENT. First floor. N. Y. Life Bldg
IF 1 have a bargain to offer In real
owlate see S. A. Broudwell. 501 N. Y. Life.
HOUSES, lots, farms, lands loans: also fire
Insurance. Bemls. Paxton bik. RE-970
SNAPS in real estate, money to loan. L. L,
Johnson Co., 311 S. Uth St RE-974
C, F HARRISON, FAR51S. FARM IOANi
lf NOItTH imt street, two houses, rent
,i.p for llfi per month. avins paid, pa)'
II pi r 'tut gross, price, 1.C. .lobn N.
Frenter. opp old P O ltB-T!
FOIt QFICK return on bargains onlv sc-e
S A. Broaduell, gvl N. Y. Life Did
I l!nta9 , t - r I - ...I - 1 - . ,
jiui ci.o, iirin, jaruiB, wiraf, tuniie; nio lire-
Insurance. Ilemls, Paxton b'k. ItE T'j
HOUSES, farms. It. C. Patterson, Stt N. v"
L. HE Mtl2
A HABOAIN, four acrw. 4th ami Pacific
two blocks from car line, on belt rail
road, i:,fr; easy tarms. McCaaue In
vestment CO., iww tJOOge. HE Wi)
i BAHC3AINS wanted, tmrcalns for nale all
! the time. A. I. Tukey. Board of Trade
C. V. HAIUtlSON, J'AHMP. FARM U)ANS
BARGAINS February IS. 1900.
F HARRISON & GEO. t 5IORTON,
913 N. Y. Life. Tel. 311 or WIS 1
SBE 11 AUG A INS IN THE 11BU FEB. 11
2 lots, south and cost front and good
9-room modern hou.a. Dodge &
48th; on car line, $2,500. Easy terms.
S-room house, 1812 Burdette,
near Dr. Smith's; all tight, ?:,20.
f-room house. 36th and Howard; near
Euclid 51artln's; location line, $3.50).
1.0M acre dlverslrled land 11 miles
from Omaha; good buildings; $2S an acre.
OWNERS of real estate willing to sell nt
bargain prices should call upon or write
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1SC2 FARNAM ST.
CHICAGO, newr 31st street, fi-room modern
rottngc, rental t'Hi per year; rnop; $2,260.
Near Hth anil Chicago streets. 7-room
house, lot 33x132, avinr paid, price $I,(K)
Five acres on North 24th street, south of
Miller park, itist old Fort Omaha, $2,250.
160 acre.- smooth land, southwest of Ben
nington, fair improvements, per a-.re $15.
JOHN N. FRENZER. OPP. OLD P O
HENRY B. PAYNE. Oil N. Y. LIFEBLDgT
Real Estate Rentals, Loans, Insurance
A FINE STOCK r.R5I FOR SALE OR
We have a 430-nrre farm 25 miles from
Omaha, near Arlington. Neb. The owner
will take $5.0"0 or $6,000 In Omaha property
as part of purchase price.
This is worth investigation, as the property
will be sold nt a great bargain.
Price. $35 per acre, or $15,UiO
Payne-Knox Co , sole agents. 1st floor
N. Y. Life bldg.. Omaha. RE-5I533 16
ON EASY terms. Improved property In all
parts of the city; taken under foreclosure;
offered at ' appraised value; terms to
rult any reliable purchaser. See Olsen,
1701 Farnam St. RE-M43G 17
7-ROOM house, accessible to Farnam car,
57-foot corner, $1,400.
S. E. corner 34th and Howard. 7-room house
and corner lot. C6xl24, $1.6m.
East front on 4-itb st., between Farnam and
300 acres In Sarpy county for $6.0oO.
F. D. WEAD, 1524 Douglas. ItE 537 16
REWARD will be given for information
le-adlng to arrest of party holding a
Scotih collie dog answering to name of
Je-rrv. Address 42S South :Mh st.
I;OST. ladles' gold hunting case watch,
short chain with 3 silver narts. Reward
for return to Room 66, U S. Nat. Bank
Bldff Lost 553 It
SHORTHAND AND T YPE WRITING.
A. C. VAN SANT'S school.
717 N. Y. Life.
AT 05IAHA Bus. College. 16th & Douglas.
BOYLES. college court fAporter prlncipil.
Bee bide 9S2
NEBRASKA Business ft- Shorthand col
lege. Boyd's theater . 9?3
SPRING TERM Mornnd's dancing- pchool
begins this week, child! en Wednesdays
nnd Saturdays: adults Tuesday and Friday
f p m.: nt tend the assemblies, Crelghton
Hall Wednesday and Saturday. V30 p. to.
nnd learn the new dan'Cei, salute waltz,
cake walk two step, anil Cuban waltz.
Admission, couple. 50 cents. &p F 2S
JOHNSON OsteopathK Institute. 515 N Y.
Life Bldg . Alice Johnson. D. O.. ladles'
dept.; Gld E. Johnson. Ostcopathlst. mgr.
51. E. DONOHUE. D O . of Still school.
Klrksvllle, 5Io.. 604 Paxton bik. Tel. 1367.
"RESULTS TELL " Osteopathy has cured
where other methods have failed. Albert
T. Hunt. D. O.. Sulto 305 Karbach bik..
15th and Douglas Tel 2332. 320 M5
TYPEWRITERS for rent. $1 per month.
The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co., 1625
Farnam St. Telephone U'S4. 9M
RE.MINGTON Stand.irJ Typewriter and
supplies. 1C19 Furnam. 9S6
THE Oliver Typewriter, visible writing;
heaviest manlfoHcr and cuts the finest
etencll. Tel 2279 J S Stewart, Special
Agent, 3UVi S. 15th St. Omaha. 9S7
TYPEWRITERS, secondhand. 1116 Farnam.
JEFFERSON Square Loan Ofllcc. 415 N. 16
EAGLE Ioan Olllce rellahle. accommodat
ing; all business onfldi ntlal. 1301 Douglas.
Van RENT LAND.
10 ACRES near Omaha. $3. 20 U. S Bank
bldg. -M501 16
CYCLE PARTS-All kinds plating. Omaha
Plating Co , Bee Rldg . Tel 2535. 411
Till NIC FACTORY.
TRUNKS, traveling bag. suit eases Trunks
repaired. Om Trunk Factory. 1209 Farnam
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED Ju:ia Wuighan. 410 Ramgo Bids
aiims AND TAXIDERMY.
STOCK'S Bird store. 1603 Leavenworth
ONE million building brick. Nebraska
Brick Co . South Omaha Telephone 340
METROPOLITAN, Wm. Brr . 51 r $Tto
$1.23. 12th and Douglas. : Phone. 214.
EXA5HNE Crescent. Tribune, Olive Fow
ler, $25 to $50; $1 down, any amount a
week. Flescher. 1622 Capitol Ave 479
I 66X132. with trackage, rear heart of city.
1 W 35, Bee. 573 jrja
OMAHA ST E A 51 LAUNDnY AND CITY
TOWfiL SUPPLY 1759 Leavenw'h TTel 64T
PACKING, upholstering mattress, feather
renovating Tc'. 1S3L M. 8. Y alklln, 2111
Cuming S. ljjt
WEtHANS Hnl.pRnoK. S Uth
tn.intle til. i'oor grat' -. r-t.ilr . r)
M -4" M o
Mltlll IIANT TA I Hilt s.
BEN COHEN artistic tailor. 4"4 N ";th St.
!'?.' I "2
Fl II N IT I HE I'ACKIMi.
oM Van Stor ' , U!". Fatn T- 1 :"? V'VI
K L-f V;VM-5K)0 AGLfVTS
-TSP t w.parkers
PcflvWt-M JrtXWO Ul!
mew- 00- pounds,
and hand organs.
iocs foiS5.ABlliN. KAN
(Should be read DAILY tiy al. Interested,
as . hanges may occur at any time)
Foreign malls for the week ending Febru
ary 17. I!..i, will ilnne ePRO.MPTLY in all
cases) at the ller.eral Postollke as follows:
P.ARCE1.S POST 51 AILS close one hour
earlier than closing time shown below.
Parcels Post .Malls for Germany closa t
5 p. tn. Wednesday: for dispatch per s. .
H. II. .Meier Thursday
Trnnniitliiii tic Mnlln,
SATURDAY-At 4:30 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. Etrurlu, via Oucenstown. at s
a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct, per
s. s. Werkendam. via Rotterdam (letters
must be directed ' per s s. We-rkendam' 1.
at 9 a. m. for ITALY, nr .-. s Trave. via
Naples (letters must be directed "per s s
Trave 1. at 11 a. m for NORWAY direct
1 er s. . Island, via Christlanla (letters
must tie directed "per s. s. Island ).
PRINTED 5IATTEt ETC. - German
steamers sailing oi Tuesdays take Printed
5Iattcr, etc.. for Germany, and Sptilallv
Addressed Prlntod Matter etc , o otiKr
parts ot Europe. Amerlcjn and White
Star slrnmers on WesJnesauj s. German
steamers on Thursrtajs. ana Canard,
French and German steam f-r-- t, Satur
days take Printed 5tatter. etc., for al:
countries for which they are advertised
to carry mall
After the closing of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Malls named aoove addi
tional t upplementary malls are opened on
the piers of tr.e American. English, French
and German steamers and remain open
until within ten minutes of the hour of
sailing of steamers.
SI nils for South mid Central Amrrlcn,
West lllilll-n, Etc.
FRIDAY-At 1 p. m. for JA.MAH'A. per
s. s. Origen (letters must be directed "per
s. s. Orlgen"i
SATURDAY-At "2 p. m. for NASSAl , per
steamer from Miami. Fin : at s n. m. for
BER51UDA. per s. s. Trinidad, at 10 a m
(supplementary 10:30 a. m 1 f.r -vJRTU.'E
ISLAND. .IA51A1CA. SA VANILLA. ('All
THAGENA and GREYTOWN, per s s
Altai (letters for Costa Rica must be
directed "per s. s. Altai"), at 11 n in. for
CUBA, per s. s Havann. via Havana: nt
11 a. m for PORTO RICO, per s s San
Juan, via San Juan, at 11 a. in. for GREIS.
ADA and TRINIDAD, per s. s Grenada
at 1 p m. for NORTHERN BRAZIL, per
s. s. Dominic: at 1 p in. for NUEVITAS.
GIBARA, VITA, PUERTO PADRE and
BAIIACOA, per s. s. Lauenborg.
SUNDA Y-At k:30 p. m. for ST. PIERRE
51IQUELON, per steamer from Halifax.
51ails for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this olllce daily at S:30 p. m (connect
ing close here every Monday Wednes
day and Saturda. Mall' for Mlquelon,
bv rail to Boston and thence bv steamer
close at this olllce dally at K.30 p m
51alls for Cuba, by rail to Port Tumpa
Fla.. and thence by steamer, close at this
otllce daily (exf-ep' 5Ionday) nt n,
m. (the ennnc-etlng closes nre on" Sunday
Weanesday and Friday) Mails for Cuba
by rail to Miami. Fla , and thence by
steamer, close at this .-.fTl,.- every 5Ion
day. Tuesday nnd Saturday at 2.S0 a. m.
(the connecting closes are on Tuesday
and Saturday). 51alls for Mexico City
overland, unless specially udr.ressed for
dispatch by steamer, close at this olllce
daily at 2:20 a. m. and 2:00 p m. 5Iabs
for Costa Rica, Belize, Puerto Cortez and
Guatemala, by .-rtU to New Orleans, nnd
thence by steamer, close at this olllce
dally at 3:W n. m. (cenneeting closes
here Sundayw and Tu'"aj-' for ' osta
Rk-a and Mondays to. ite-tut, Puerto Cor
tez and Guatemala). Registered man
closes at 6 p n. previous day. Regis
tcred trail closes at 6 p. m second day
5Ialls lor Hawaii. China. Japan and Phil
ippine Islands, via San Frnnclico, close
here dally ut 6.3u p. m. up to February
12th. inclusive, tor dispatch tcr s. .
Rio do Janeiro. Mails for China, Julian
find Philippine Islands, via Tacoma. close
here dally at 6:S0 p m. up to February
13th for cllspr.fi -.. r s s. Cltv of
Dublin. .Malls for Chlnn and Japan
nnd Philippine Islands, via Seattle, close
here dally at 6:S0 p. m. up to February
15th. for dispatch per h s Tosii 5Ioru
(registered letters must be directed "via
Seattle"). 5Ialln for Australia iexce"t
West Australia), New Zealand. Haw. ill.
FIJI and Samoan Islands, via San Fran
cisco. C10--C here dally at 6.30 p. m iftr
February 3d and up to February '17th
Inclusive, or on day of nrrlvul of h s
Campania, due at New York Fehr nry
17th, for dispatch per s. s. Aluiw'a
5lalls for China and Jnpnn. via Vnncn
.ver. do'-e here dally at C.30 p. tn up -o
February 20th. Inclusive, for dispnti h
lier s s. Empress of China (register d
mull must be directed "via Vancou
ver Malls for Hnwali. China. Japan
nnd the Philippine Islands, via San Fian
cisco. cloe here dally at ii:3i' p m up
to February 22d. Inclusive, for d. '
patch per s s Coptic. 51alls for Soclet'
Islands, via San Francisco, close here
dally ut 6:30 p. m up to Februiirv sm
Inclusive, for dispatch by ship Galilee
5Iulls for Hawaii, via Sun Francisco,
close here dally nt 6:30 p. m. up to March
2d. inclusive, for dlspntch per s. h Aus
tralia. Malls for Australia (except Wes'
Australia, which goes via Europe, and
New Zealand, which goes via San Fran
cisco) Hawaii and FIJI Islands, via Van
couver, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to
March 3d. Inclusive, for dispatch per
s. s. Aorangl. .
Transpacific malls nre forwarded to port
of sailing dally and the schedule of cios
lng Is arranged on the. presumption of
their uninterrupted overlnnd transit
Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. previ
CORNELIUS VAN COTT Postmas'er
Postolllce, New York, N. Y., Feb 9 IO'jO.
I.ECi VI, .NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby Riven Hint the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
South Platte Land lompuny will be held
nt the olflie of said company in Lincoln,
Neb, at 11 o'.lock a. m, on the first
Wednesday In 5lnrch. A. D. 1100. being the
7th day of the month.
By order of the board of directors.
C II. MORRILL.
A. B. MINOR. President.
Lincoln, Neb., February C, 1900.
HAII.W1Y TIME TABLES.
BURLINGTON & Mis
souri River Railroad
The Burlington Route"
General Olll.es. N. W.
Corner Tc;ith and Farnam
rtta Ticket ofiice. lr02 Far
nam street. Telephone. 253.
I mnnt 'Fum ri
and Mason Street. Teie'
nhone 310 Leave.
Lin lr Hastngs and
Mctook a S :40 am
Lifoin Deivei Colo
rado UUh. e'iuifornlu a 4:2a pm
Lincoln. Bla.k Hills.
5!ontana & Puget
TJnrnln sjcu a 7:00 pm
a 7:40 pm
a 3:55 pra
it 3:03 pm
a 6:20 am
Lincoln Fast Mall ... a 3:00 p
Le-nver Colorado Utah
& C .1 ifornU
& Qulrcy Railroad "The
Bur.ington Route' Ticket
OF), c 1502 Farnam St.
Tel . 250 Depot. Tenth &
5' ejn Streets. Telephone,
(.ill ago Spe-
a ti:iu am
CMcug-i c3'n teti Ex a 53 pm a S:C6.am
C hi 3,--v Lxnrcs . . .a i:60 um a 4:03 pm
'( hi -iKo A: St L Ex . . a 7:45 pm a l .OS am
Pa ill J r Hon Local .alO.13 an.
I Font .Mali a 2:15 nm
KANSAS CITY. ST. JO
feph fs. Council Bluffs
R t Iroad "The Burling
ton Route" Ticket Office,
' Farnam Street Tele
, v r.e. 250. Depot, Teinth
j.iJ 5lason Streets. TfJe
, ,'e. J10
v Ex .a i.SO um
a 6:17 pm
a 6n5 am
Kir.!-! f 1 D
Kan - e Itv Mlirhi l..v
alO 15 pm
1 et i-.c-u i- lyer for St 1
Jojrph and St, Louli a 4 ,55 pm all 15 am' '
I a Dally
I NION PACI FIC-"THE OVER
bind Route" Gene-ral OtOces,
N V. lor Ninth and Farnam
StSccts t'lt Tl ket Offlc. 1U
Farnam Street. T lephone 316
Depot. Tenth ami ilit.n
S' reels Telephone 6S.
A.u I r.
The oerliM l.lmlleil a , W am
The Fat Mall . ft 5:0 am
The Colorado Special .all:5 pm
The Portland So -clal .a i:S0 am
Lliu.'ln Heatri.'e and
Str .mtii rg Kxprerj b 4 10 pm
Pi r.o Expri-s .a 4:3 pm
n in pm
a 8:3 pm
a t:3ft am
a 4:44 pm
n 6:; nm
C.r.i-i 1 ici.f j uocal .b & ; pm
a D.i! y b lally c.v cpt Sundn
b t :9a am
&t. 1.0U.S cannon linn
Express ... a 4-45 pm a S:36 pm
Express . . . a 4:4$ pm a S 35 am
Kansa City and Qulncy
Loea, jl 6:40 am a S.50 pm
Railroad. City Ticket otrlce-.
14C2 Farnam street. Tele
pimn" 214. Depot, Triuii
and 51ason streets.
a 12:10 pm a 4:03 pm
a 7.-35 pm n S:13 utn
Jlli.ne.ipoll'i :,d Si
Pa il Express
Minneapolis ,md St
Paul Limited . .
IVrt D-i ,ce I.e. .il
b 7:09am b 9:40 pm
a 7:35 pm a S15am
from Cc Bluffs b 4.30 pm b 10:16 am
n Dally, b Dally except Sundays
MlSS'-iRI PACIFIC RAIL-
r ad General Olllves and
Tl kc oil., e Southeast Cor
rer )4'h unil DoUgUs Sts.
mVli I" icp'ionc, 1U4 L'epot, ISth
crniTPTN? ") W'bster Sts. Telephone.
S . Louii, ItllMR ec
Neb L'.tnlti-1 . n 2:30 pm
K 1' -St L Express a 9.50 pm
a 5:50 am
iscurasua io .11 via
Weeping a er . b 5:03pm a 9:43 am
a D-v'ly. b Dally except Sunday.
FREMONT. ELKllORN &
in 1 '.-fun 1 iiney iiaiiroHll
'The Northwestern Line"
General Olllces, United
S atei Natlonnl Uk. Uldg..
S V. Corner Twelfth
wiue-e, irji rarnam i t-ennnno r.t n.
po', 15th and Webster Sts Telephone 143S.
Blcli llilli Deadwood.
Hot Springs . . a 3.00 pm
Wx-mii g. Cntper and
D"ugUs d 3:00 pm
llastli jtr. York. David
City. Superlur. Geneva.
Exeter and Seward. ..b 3:03 pm
Norfolk. Verdigre nnd
Fremont b 7:30 am
Lincoln. Wnhou und
Fremont b 7:30 nm
Fremont Local n Tr.m nm
a 5:00 pm
e 5:00 pm
b 6:00 prs
a Daily b Dull, except Sunday, c Sun
day only d Dally except Saturday, u
Daily except 5Iond;u'
CHICAGO & NORTH
western Railway "Tho
e. t) T.eKct Olllce, 1401
Iurm.m Street. Tele
phone 561. Depot, Tenth
and 5lason Ktnet n-ei...
Phone 629 Leave. Arrive.
Daylight ( hi. ago Spe-
Cla. a 6 40 nm nii:55 pm
Chicago Passenger . . u 4:13 pm uio.iv am
Eastern Express. Des
Cedir Raplda and Chi
cago al0:33 am a 4:03 pm
Eastern Limited. Chi
cago and Eas 1 a 45 pm n 4:05 pm
Fast Mall. Chicago to
Omaha a 2:45 pm
Omaha-chuago Special. a 7:30 pm n f,:W am
Fast 5Iall.. a S:30 am
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL.
Minneapolis & Omnha
Railway "The North
western Line" General
Oftlces. Nebraska Divi
sion, 15th and Webster
Ctu Ol.. -t-l . .
1401 FaTnlm St TefenA'' rx 11 Kl'V'Vffi
and Webs.er Sis.
Twin City Passenger ..a 6:00 am a 9:00 pm
Omnha Passenge, all:20 am
Sioux City ii North- m
cast Nebraska . ...a 3:40pm
a Pailj b Dally except Sunday.
SIOUX CITY .t PACIFIC
Railroad "The North
western Line" General
Olliees. United States
Na'ionnl Bank Building,
S W Comer Twelfth
and Fnrnnm Kt Ti-b
Olllce. 1401 Farnam St. Telephone 561. De
pot Tenth Ac .Mason Sts. Telephone 629.
, Leave. Arrive.
Twin City Express . ..n 6.50 am alo:50 nm
Twin City Llmtted .. a 7:20 pm a 8:15 am
Sluux City Lucal a t :lO um u 4:20 nm
VIMW' Street. Telepho
,V,llR0M) pot. Tenth a
y-Drr Streets. Telephc
one jf93. De-
Si Louis "Cannon Ball
a 4:45 pm a :40 um
. H1CAUO, ROCK ISL
and & Pacific Hullrcud
The Ore u Rock Isl
and Route " city Tick
et Olllce, 1223 Farnam
Htreet Telephone 423
Depot. Tenth & Mason
Streeta Tc-lt-phone, (;.'9.
fes 5Iulne.s nnd Daven.
lort Local a 7:03 am
Chliugo Express bll.lSam
t hlciifco Fast Exprea..a 5:') pm
St. Paul Express a 5:03 pm
Lincoln. Colorado Spgs.,
Denver, Pueblo and
Wesv . ...a 1:30 pm
Des 51oJnes. Hock Isl
and and Chicago a 7:23 pm
bll .35 am
a i:10 am
a 1:23 pm
bll '33 um
a 4:25 pm
a 5:50 pm
i ciioraao .v 1 exas j- lyer.a 5 55 nm
a Daily b Dally except Sunuav
a y.M um
CHICAGO.' MILWAUKEE &
St. Paul Railway Cltv
Ticket OHlc. 1501 Farnnm
Street. Telephone 2S4 DeiKit,
Tenth and 51ason Streets.
Chicago Limited Ex ...a 7:35 pm
Chicago & Omaha Ex bll:o0 am
Slo'ix Cltv and Den
a S:30 am
I) 3:35 pm
Stoines Express bll:00 am b 3:35 cm
a Dally, b Dully cxcc-pt Sunday.
BRITISH III, I STEIl IN IMS.
IntercMliiu Rending In 11 l.nniliin
NeViHniiiier if Hint Time.
Ii is nn IntcresiinB If not always edi
fying chronicle of tho world's doings, in
tre early part of this ctnlury. which is
found within a bound volume of a London
weekly newspaper, covering tho groatcr ibu
of the yoart. 112-13-14. nnd which was
a naval and military organ called "TIju
The volume came to this country, u
ballast, about twenty years ago, and -was
bccured by a Ilot,ton man.
Tho most entertaining jiorUons. relatos the
Iloaton Glob.'arc those relating to tho out
biealt and progress of tho war bftwtun
Groat Britain and the United States knono
ao that of 1M2. which. It will bo remem
bered, u.i brought about by our reslstnnco
to tho Urit ish eoniontlon that he had th
rlf,ht to search our ship on tho high scu
whenever she took tho notion to do bo.
The now colurani. of tho British Neptuno
.ay that although the American papers nro
full of pluter against England, private Ut
ters from Americans assert that there will
be no ar. Tho editor opinoi that If tho
Americans ralni a big army It will be tits
best thing that could hapjen for England,
as the cost will bring the Yuukees to their
sober seni-v He admits, however, that war
Is probable, nn the ntatecsmen on both sld.ti
hi.vt- been threatening each othor so lona
that It would 1'eera cowardly not to fight.
He bIro hean, tv,at Napoleon Intends to sand
a flc-e-t of wju- vessels .to Amtrrlca, 10 be)
manned by Yankee, to fight against Kng
Tho spirit which the paper shows. Im
mediately following our declaration of war,
It ckip of wild and contemptuous hilarity at
th "Impudence' and igioranco of ihc Ameri
can government ' ThU feeing gradually
cbaugtl to rjr,rlte an1 anger ai ho paper
I a Duly b Dally e.i cpt SundA).
' 'iaMHPMMf) OM AH ,t ST LOUtS RAIL
I I W WM -1 omaha. Kansa City
1 1 & Lastem Rllroad-"The '
1 nTtTTiTiS'l ! f il n Fl l-' ' Rcnite' -Tlckec Of-
I'l'IHIIlll'I'H'l f , 1 11 r. FHrtiam Street.
1 -ww- -w 'if eph,.ne KS Depot. Tenth
; 1 ill nnd Marcy Streets. Tele- 1
I 1 "
I " -w
wa bllne.l to puhlUh. week after week,
saccewlrf irtorlf-. ef the Amerltan nay
Mth not single one for their own. Then
fellow lews and glowing accounts of British
Motif in former war ami explanations
that the American vtctorici are due lo tho
f. ct that A merle n stilt are manned almost
entirely by Hrlllsh rallers. and that th
British seamen lose heart uhn confronted
by their old messttrntw In battle.
A United States senator is quoted so sav
ing tbat of the ll.OW) sallora in the Ameri
can nary li.oon were of British birth. a-J
only l.0o werti naturalli-! Americans. Ni
comp a period of lrawlWo abuse el Brif j
naval ollVelala. who are accused t ha-! g
underestimated the stretigth of the corny .
as well as their courage, and finally the con
clusion I reached that the. Yankees rati t
be "licked," and that the way to fix them
Is to wait tilt the war Is over, then shut
Its merchant ships out of every port under
the British flag, when America's coinuicne
will die. It will m longer have the meaus
of producing sailors, and within a few years
England will be able to give the United
States n drubbing that will iicut be foi -gotten
At the outbreak of tbo war 4he cdlton 1
lope is complacently expressed that v.'o
British navy will soon clear the aon 'of
the sanguinary Yankee braggarts, who are Ij
the pay of Bonaparte, nnd who have actually
named cue of tho war vewsolH the Ir.vla-.iMo
NaiHileon." News of the cuptute of ih
Guerrlere by the Constitution ir, tefcrred 10
as "a paltry success." and It It predicted
that "there will be no end tn Hull's x leto: '
At this time comes a auverniaiiit prodani -lion
that any British subject captuiod on .m
American war vessel will be put to de.1'1
ns a traitor. Soon af.rr.vavug folln-vn in
aci-ottcit of the hanging oC a young JtUUiraa.
taken under the circumstance Just refer!, 1
to, together with reilwtlotis upon his rj . jiv
bearing upon the scaffold, which won In in
muh sympathy from the spectators at the
A rumor that Captain Lawrence. Kill1 1
on tho American frlgato Chesapeake, ami
burled at Halifax, hail cure been an Inmato
of an English naval training school, prompt
the nugget-lion that his body bo exhume 1
and cut in quarters, the head stuck upon
a pole in scene public place, as u warning
On March 22, 1M3. n touching wall goeu
up. that "the Yankee have taken threu
British frigates and 500 morch.intmen," and
jet not one Yankee ship hn been ruptured
or a elnglo American port, bombarded by
"the hitherto Invincible British navy."
It is shown, also, that the ludlgnitt ion
here expressed was what led to the burn
ing and socking of Washington, which waa
Oetnanded by British merchants, -who hud
been hard hit by the wnr, and clamored
for revenge. The iaper must bo uredlted.
however, ns denouncing the net as one "that
will only retard American civilization, show
Great Britain to be actuated by malice, and
crmte an intensified eplrlt of revenge In
the United States."
Ax tho American Victories on the sea
rrntlnue to multiply the tone of the pup r
becotnrn almost one of admiration for the
"ferocious, se-ml-savago Yankeo fanatics,
who nrei nctuated by the most mtanlc pas
su ns." The writer fends compelled to pre
dict, however, that "should tho United States
iitid her ally, Nnpoleon, bo nuocessful. tho.
world will soon be reduced lo n condition
mere deplorable than that of the veriest
cannibals, all their efforts being directed
to crush out religion, civil liberty and tho
arts nnd sciences."
"If the Americans had ono particle of
honorable sentiment they 'would hue for
pence." walls the editor, during the dark
ri,' period (for England) of tho war. Then
frllows an Itom that shows that men who
give comfort to tho enesmlew of their coun.
try are nothing new In the world, for It 11
charged that Englishmen havo been found
"base enough to loan the United Statei) gov
etrment $25.000,ti00 with which to make,
war against England and to cut the throats
In connection with tho capturo of n Yan
kee ship, the discovery of two girls, dis
guised und hervln? as pallors, l chronlekei.
An American attempt to blow up a British
frigate with a torpedo in September, ISIS.
Is called "another example of tho humanity
of the Yankee, who arc cowards In 4he
field nnd braggarts In the kitchen, reimrtlng
to secret murder by torpedoes rather than
holiest warfare by bjyonets."
It would have been delightful to havn
beer privileged to read tho editorial esti
mate of the battle of New Orlrant. but un
fortunately the leaves that would have con
tained it nro lnlsMng.
CAMEO t 'A it vi m;.
Ilrlcf I)i-crlitlon (if the- TiiiiIr mid the
Met boil Eiii;iIii I'd.
All tho tools used by tho cameo carver
would make but n handful, says tho Nt"vv
York Pout The worker sits before n wheel
turnenl by a pedal, tools occupy n fcinfill cor
ner of the tablo turface on which the work
er's hands real while lie holds the shaped
Btotio or shell beneath the ueedlelike drill
The little pointed Instruments whlrh are
used to drill nuemblc those employed by n
dentist, and, indeed, It waa from tho enmeo
carver's kit that the dentists got many of
their Ideas when thu tools now in use by
them came to be manufactured thirty yeuis
ago. The drills vary in thickness according
to the portion of tho Jigure or delgn to bo
executed, i-oino arti ut line us tbo point of
a cambric neodle. A (-mall china rocuptablo
also stands near, fllleil with oil und diamond
durt. and Into this tho workman frequently
dips his tool during tho progress of hla
work. Tho cameo cutter's occupation is very
exacting. He. can only put in n few hours'
work at a time as 0 usual thing, because of
tbo tension on his nerves. A quavering
hand may be responsible for the single
btroke which will spoil a week's work II"
must have" an eye almost like a mlerofccope.
and a very delicate touch; ho must be an
ttrtlht in toul nnd as skilled a craftnnuii
as ' n watchmaker; he must know how to
model and draw and he must buvo a knowl
edge of chemistry, so as to remove offend
ing spots. Tho work Is cxtvutod In relief on
many kinds of hard or precious stone, but
essentially the ehalcedonlc variety of quartz
and on shells. The cameo cutter himself pre
fers onyx beeauso of Its dark and llgbt lay
ers, which throw out In bold relief a whito
head. say. against a black background He
ovolvoa his. picture by removing nil that
portion of tho white) Mrntum rcmnlnlns
after tho bead has been compelcd. Supphlro
blocks aro used, cornelian, turquoise, ame
thyst nnd numerous other stones. It takeH
about one month to executo a portrait on
onyx, while much less tlmo Is consumed If
the work is done on shell. There is always
great danger ot tho latter breaking, and lie
durability. teO. Is not great. o that shell,
as n.riile, is no a, desirable as the harder
materials A 1 ait on onyx will cost $200.
while one ii may be hud for $50. Tho
Inquiries for t'. are rare, and building up
a patronage ia slow and is accomplished
mainly by satisfied customers Influencing
HiikUln'a i:iltiili tn lll Parent,
A corresiKUHlent writes to tho editor of
the Isondon Standard, uh follows:
I shudder at the Injustice) -which you have,
clone, alike to mother and son. in ussertlng
that "there In no inscription to the mem
ory of 5Irs. Ruskln" on her tomb nt Shir
ley. If tin -e had been mch an omission It
would have represented lnoxprenslblu sor
row, but dutiful devotion and tho, pen of
John Ruskln never acquitted Itself moru
worthily than in the following tribute In
scribed ut the upper e-nd of the altar t"mh
"Here-, boslde my father's body I have
laid my mother's. Nor was dearer earth
ever returned to earth, nor imrer life re
corded In heaven. She died December 5
1571. aged !) yeurs.
Very charac teristic Is the epitaph whlrh
Ruskln put on hln father' tomb ut Shiilev
near Croydin. England: He was-an entirely
lir.iwhi mi r. lun' and his memory Is to all
who keen It dear and helpful HI trfn,
wrom yt 'v.e 1 1 r- utter-moat and taught
to t.cuk l) -rjth says this of him."