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TH OMAHA DAILY BEE; -WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1900.
11
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SPECIAL NOTICES
Advertisements far tneaa lat
rill be taken aatll 12 sa. far
tTfilni edition aad aalll "SO p. a,
tar Bioralas aad S naday edition,
ftatre. I 1 -'Zr a rrarit Aral laitnioa,
le a, ward thereafter. otalac Ukc
far leas tk.ua 2i- for the drat Inaer
tloa. Thr-ar adrrtlaeaaeata aat he
ma eonaeratlveiy.
Advertisers, by reonoetlac a num
bered check, earn he taiwcn a,
dressed to a aiabrrri letter la rata
f The Bee. Aaiwtn aa addressed will
he delivered aa preeeatatloa ( the
ebeek aaty.
W.IXTED-MALE HliLI1.
WANTED, we hare steady work for a few
good bustlers of rood hablta and appear
ance. C V. Adaas Co., 16 Howard St
B 163
BARBER trade Uught thoroughly In short
time, catalogue and particulars free.
Address Western Barbers' Institute,
Omaha. Neb B 166
SALESMEN, to sell office specialties: fine
side line; used by all merchant, cata
logue free. Model Mfg. Co.. Box B. Sou h
Bend. Ind. B M46G-N16
WANTED, everywhere, hast'e-s to tack up
slajns, distribute circular- etc No ran
vastng. rood pay. Statap 1- r-ly. Trl
Globe Advertialng Bure.ni. Omaha, Neb.
B '11
WANTED at once. 2 fiMt-class collar
bucklers; rood pT and steadv work, Fre
taont Saddlery Company, Krcmont Neb
B ML6
"THE GALVESTON DISASTER," K
PUffa, iwj llluatratlonaj sample free: X?.
outat of 6 books for 39 renta. worth IS.
W, A. Hlxenbaugh tz Co., Omaha. 600
Ware block. B-M147 N20
WANTED, men to learn barber trade; we
teach the work In two months, present
complete outfit of tools, pay wares Sat
urday from a tart, give board and pay
transportation to our collects at Chicago.
St Louts ot MlnneapMl. where we have
constant practice that cannot bo furnished'
In amaller rules, catalotru and particu
lars mailed free Moler Barber College
Represcntatl.-e, Id Farnaa St. Omaha.
B M2S3 7
CALL us for sale" or adrertlalnc lob;
straight salary. Trlnmph Co.. Dallas,
Texas. B M25 S
il'the northwestern
school of
engineering::
A practical and technical school of
ELECTKICAL & MECHANICAL EN
GINEERING. Term opens Nortmber lMh. 1503.
DAT AND NIGHT CLAS5ES.
Prepare your PON or YOURSELF for the
BATTLE OF LIFE br obtaining a
practical and technical EDUCATION In
the FOREMOST profession of today.
DON'T DELAY, CLASSES FORMING
NOW,
Can or write for fall particulars
THE NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL OF EN
GINEERING, Office 42 Woodman of the World Bldr.,
Cor. 11th & Howard Sta. B 4S3-7
WANTED, shoemaker to work on lark: no
weekly. Call 205 N. ICth. B-47S-C
WANTED, experienced harness makrrs.
Apply at Des Moiaes Saddlery Co . Des
Moines, la. B MS0S 8
WANTED, men to learn barber trade; id
weekly aruararted. Wrt'e for particu
lars to Agrnt Moler. Barber Clleee.
Crelghton block, Omaha. B-M& 7
SALESMEN wanted to sell our roods by
sample to whoiraa! and retail trade, we
are the largest and on'.y manufactures In
our line In the world: liberal ralary paid.
Address, CAN-DEX Mfr. Co.. Savannah.
Ga. B
WANTED, everywhere, hustlers to tack
slrns, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvasslnr. rood pay. Sun Advertis
ing Bureau. Chlcaco. B M13J 7
WANTED, reprcseata tires; rood positions
for r-sponslble persons, men or women;
a salary of J10 a week ruarantefd. you
pen make much more If you are eapabl-;
end two references. Address Dept D,
Woman's Home Companion, SprlncSeld,
Ohio. B 1I49S 7
"WANTED SALESMEN.
The HawJts NurstryCo.,
llllwaukee. Wis.
B-M437 1J
SALESMEN wanted to sell fruit trees; big
wares to hustlers; no experience neces
sary; cash weekly. Write Western
Nursery Company, Dept K. Lswr-nce,
Kan. B-MIMW
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED. 300 girls. 134 Dodge. Tel. K7S.
c ia
K girls wanted. Canadian office. Zl Douglas
C ICS
WANTED, ladies to learn halrdressing.
manicuring and face treatment; only four
weeks required, ore year's apprenticeship
caved; we are especially anxious to get
enough students now to fill the demand
for graduates; busy season now; $u to
113 weekly when competent: special In
ducements this month; complete outfit of
tools presented. Call or write today.
Moler College, 1U3 Farnam St. Room 19.
C MJS0 7
WANTED, neat competent nurse girL Mrs.
It. C Peters, 1046 Georgia Ave.
C 175-7
WANTED, woman for general housework;
must be, over 5 years (it age. C4 South
ICth st C M4S9 7
WANTED, ladies to learn halrdressing,
marJcurinr or barber trade. Half rate
this week. Call or write for particulars.
Molers Barber and Halrdressing Collece,
Crelghton Block, Omaha. C MSB 7
AGENTS wanted for Hallrck's extracts;
permanent profitable, easy work; refer
encea requlri-d. The Abilene Drug Co.,
Abilene. Kansas. c
WANTED, walat and eklrtmakers; good
wages. Mra. Mercer, Crosby Bros.. To
peka. Kan. C 11507 14
WANTED, rirl for general housework.
Mrs. Fred li. Blake, llli 8. 30th ave.
' c Msce s
COMPETENT girl for general housework,
17 S. Sth ave. CMU3 S
FOR REST IIOl'SES.
IF you want your houses well rented placa
thum with Benawa & Co. D 163
ALWAYS moving H. IL roods. Pianos.
OfScc. UUVa Farnam St Tel. 1S3 or
D 170
HOUSES for rent In all parts of the city.
Brennan-Love Co., S3) So. 12th St.
D 171
HOUSES, stores. Bemls. Paxton block.
D-17J
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON. UCB Farnam.
D 1,4
FOR RENT, house 1 rooms, s. W. Cor.
Park ave. and Leax-tnworth. Modern ax
crpt furnace. Key at cottage in rear..
D-10t
BEE HENRY" B. PAYNE. 601 N. Y. LIFE.
D-17S
HOUSES, etc. T. D. Wcad. 1K4 Douglas.
D 177
CK LANDON Court, 10 rooms, modern, la
fine condition; rent $B00.
OMAiiA LOAN & TRUST CO..
Uth & Douglas Sts.
D 175
UCfi WILLIAM St. S rooms, city water, S.
1107 Marcy St, 3 rooms city water. 15.
Omaha Loan and Trust Co 16th Vnd
Douglas Hts. l tJ
FOR RENT.
4TI FrankUn street. M block Mil Its 1-7 avs.,
a rnnmi modern, and barn. SZ0.O0.
B. E. corner -SSth and Dodge streets, 6
rooms. J1S.00.
ICS South 16th atreet, store room, good lo
cation, on South omana-rar une, j.wv
OARDEN LAND.
n aeres nontli af Jetter's Brtwerr. rood
houM and barn and the best location
around Omaha and South Omaha for a
rurdner and poultry farm.
GEORGK AND-COMPANT.
1G01 Farnam St
D-M34J 7
FOR RENT, new brick cottage, cor. SCth
and OtilJ - room and larre attic, U0
D
I-ROOM house, nth and Farnam Sta.. all
modern, call :w raraara or pbone
D-SS1
HOUSES and flats.
Rterwalt. Barker Bit
FOR RENT, strictly eodrra fiat tn DaT
Idre building. orpolte city halt
JOHN W. BOBBINS. 1SS FARNAM 8T.
ron REST-HOUSES.
705 B. 27 th St, C rrwas. 130 Ox aha Ixiaa 1
and Trait Co, ltta and Douxias Sta
1-1 AC1 I
2C21 N. 24th EL. : reoms, city water. 17,
Omaha Loan and Trust Co.. 36th and
Douglas Sta, D 4J
19-ROOM firaubed or ur.fcriilehed. modern
home, with barn: location, west; winter
coal In at char rate; mod rlrl will star
with small fatally: possesion itlren at
once, references required. Address A El,
Bee. D 12i
3-ROOM house,
HI N 15th.
modern.
Monroe Co ,
D-rrri
TO RENT, furnished house, modem la
prnveaert. with piano, 323; referent? re
quired. 53 Doezlas at. D HZlt 7
EIGHT-ROOM modern except forr.as
3 1 Webter, SV. fire-mom. 2213 Cali
fornia, ru. Others, Rlngwalt B..
Barker block. ' D-MS1
HOLE3 wanted. Wallac. Brown btk.
D 537
SKVKN rooms, modern. KM North Fon'eth
street D MtsS 12
FOR RENT. 6-room cottage, ra Plnkney
t. Rood cellar and all In rood condition,
13 per month. Inquire of W. D. Mad. Jr.,
Dellone hotel. D M49J J
10-ROOM strictly modern house with barn.
In very choice location, will rent reason
able, either furnished or unfurnished, to
party with smail family and rood refer
ences. Address B Bee. D-M504 U'
FOR nnXT-rCRMSHEO ROOMS.
ETEAM heated rooms at The Thurston.
E 10
WITH cr without board. S7 Harney.
e mj6 n:
MODERN, choice location. 1 S. 5Sth St
E WAi
ROOMS, moder
SM Harney St
E M377 10
FURNISHED or unfurnished room, prtrate
family. tC 8. ZZi st E MS14
HOUSEKEEPING, parlor and kitchen. 51
N. Uth St E ZPi f
PARLOR And kitchen, also one front room,
for housekeeping-. Jit N. lKh st
E-MW1S
Ftn.flSIinD ROOMS A.ND BOARD.
GLENCAIRN,transIents,rLS day. 15CS Doug.
F-1S1
GOOD board, prlrate family. K9 So. 5th Ave
F 1S2
UTOPIA. 17a Davenport St
F-1SJ
NICE warm rooms, good board, reasonable
tates. The Rose, 2JM Harney.
F--N12
NICE south room. The Pratt, ai S. 3th.
F-MftO
The Merrlam, good winter home. 2 &. Dodge
F 184
TO RENT, 1 fura'shed. i unfurnished rooms
(or will furnish), with board. In prlrate
family; lulet neighborhood, near Hanscpm
park. Call S83 Wooiworth Are.
X-MT7
NEWLY furaiahed steam-hated rooms.
315 Dous'Ja. F-M2J1 Dl
DESIRABLE rooms with board; stein,
reference. ICS N Uth. F M4SS S
FOR REAT fXFCR.MSIIED BOOMS.
4 UNFURNISHED rooms. 1716 N Hth.
O rS3 7
UNFURNISHED, for housekeeping, K64 St
Mary's ave. G SI
TOR REST STORES A.D OFFICES.
FOR RENT, store In first class location,
rent reasonabla. Apply R. C Peters Si
Co., ground floor. Bee bldr. I 205
FOR RENT, the building formerly occupied
by The B-e at S16 Famam strret It has
four stories and a basement which was
formerly used as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C. C Rose
water, secretary, room 100. Bee Building.
I "61
ACDTS WASTED.
AGENTS Article of absolute necessity In
every Duuamg; no competition; Dig pro
fits; exclusive rlrhts; failure impossible.
Agency Depr, Si, :7 WlUlam St. N. T,
J-MTS Nil
AGENTS wanted, steady employment 3 to
tin a cny easily, call or write immedi
ately. Brilliant Gas Lamp Co.. i State,
Chicago. J-M4.M 7
WASTED TO REST.
WANTED, to rent, a building containing
aoout ov rooms, acitame lor a European
hotel and lodglar house. Address Room
712. N. T. Life bldg. Must be moderate.
Central Hotel Co.
K-M23 i-
STORAGE.
PACIFIC Storage ajd Warehouse Co.. SIT.
;it j ones, general storage aaa isrwaramg.
US
Oa Van Stor. Co., 1S11H Farn. Tela. 1KS-W3
lss
WASTED TO BUT.
ALL kinds of household goods, hotels, etc.
in large ana sman quantities, (.tucago
Furniture Co., 1406-10 Dodge. Tel. SCO.
N 1S7
HOUSES to move. Wallace, Brown blk.
N-CS
WILL purchase a limited number of
umana bavmgs Dans accounts, urennan-
Lore Co., 308 so. lzth. N US
WANTED to buy. tl.OoO of Omaha Savings
eanic accounts tor casn. Address A IE.
Bee omce, N Mv4S
WANTED TO BUT. a small static elec
trical machine. Address at once, stating
pnee. u as. uee. iJi-s
FOR SALE FCRSlTt'RE.
FURNITURE, carpets, etc. of 13-room
house, located tn best pan 01 city, k
blocks from postonce; very reasonable
rent; suitable for parties wishing to keep
roomers. It will pay you to Investigate
this. Address u sr. Bfe. o aijca U"
FOR SALE HORSES, VEHICLES, ETC.
NEW and MIL vehicles at marked down
prices, Harry rest, nia Leavenworth.
P ia
FOR SALE. a. horse and buggy cheap. In
quire at u: su aiary s Are. v MTHi
FOR SALE MISCELLASEOCS.
FINE Vose upright piano at great sacrifice:
party leaving city. Aaaresa v s. nee
offlca. Q ia N3
HAJID and soft foundation piling: hog
fences ana cnDing. xi iK;ugiaa. qwj
IDHAND safe cheap. Derlght, Hit Farnam.
y ai
SAFES; buy. sell, ex'ge. Schwartz, 114 So. 13.
y IK
DON'T miss the opportunity to Inspect
our stock. We carry the target arid
most complete line of Sdhand stoves In
city: prices low. Don't forrrt the place.
Enterprise Furniture Co., 1IC-4 So. nth.
V m .-ii
FOR SALE. 1 ISO-II. P Huffman & Billings
Corliss engine In good condition. Call or
aaaress bee y ot tsee uiig uo. Q va.
WRITE for catalorue of trues. suonort-
ers. Shtrnjan i McCocnell Drug Co. Otnrha
y isi
COMPLETE plate glass store front for sale
very cneap. umana mcycie Co.. 33 n.
IClh st Q MS 11
GOOD rook .stove. S607 Wooiworth are..
upper soar. tj mkc s
MISCULLASEOt's.
NOTICE, country dealers. Idhand famltnra
and stoves at lowest prices, carload lots or
less, unicago irurnuure vxl, ik-w oocii-.
R-LV,
CLAIRVOVASTS.
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant Q North 16th.
S 1S7
THE reliable Egyptian peacemaker, fortune
teller and palmist Sat B. S30 S. 16th st
Fees. EOc, U and C Utr -Grand annex.
-M17tD4
CLAJRVOYASTE.
MME.GYLMER genuine palmist. 15 Doije
S Mls
i
fKUf. tu.M. natural clairvoyant teus
your a&me. what you desire to know; ask
you no questions, test r today 117
Cass BL S 4-7
EI.KCTR1C TREATMnRT.
ELITE parlors. OS So. 15th, second floor.
T-MS NS
JIME. ADAM3, tnarnetlc treatnent 507 S.
Uth. room Z. T 177-11
M.VE EDGAR. a7i N. Uth St. flat E.
T-M155 10
MME. AMES. IfilS Howard. Sd floor, room L
Grace Reynolds, aaslstant T Mill 3
rER.SO.VAL.
DR. ROT. chiropodist: ccras and superflu
oua hair removed by electricity. R. li,
Fremer block. C 12?
VIA1. woman's way to health. M Bee bldf
u aw
TURKISH batha. massags baths, electrl
baths. for ladles only: skilled worann
massage operators, finest eq-upped baths
Rooms n to r Bee Bldg. U 501
RUPTURE cured; no knife, no pain, no
oanger. sen a xor circulars, r-mpire nur
ture Cure, S32 N. Y. Life bldg. Omaha.
U 50!
LADIES' jaeketa and tailor made autts U
lereo. cieaceo, rcpaireo. jo. 1 usvri, J. o n.
C 7S
SEWING machines rented and repaired;
rent xz per month; supplies lor an kinds
of machines. The Sinier Manufacturing
Co., 1C0-1C2 Douglas St Telephone .
U Mi..?
PRIVATE hospital for ladles before & dar
ing coaaaexaest; babies adepteo. it r. u
u-:
Torn oi.r rvirt
Czs be altered to look new and stylish by
usmr one or our bauUful fkeum
ACCORDION PLEATED FLOUNCED.
Any kind complete frsm tl.V) up AT
TERATION l ATTERNS AND DTRUC
TIONS FREE. Accordion and side pleat
lasr by the yard. Send for circulars.
if. GOLDMAN CO..
?A Douglas Blk., 18th and Dodce.
PRIVATE home before and during coafiae-
Efm; oasies acoptea. Airs, uurget. Jto
Burdette. U 204
SEWING In private families. 67J N. 4Sth
w :k-.u"
PLEATING and skirts, all kinds; buttons
rascr 10 maicn. umana leaung ld,
1SI4 Douglas. U r
CHILDREN boarded or adopted. S13 N 3d
LIEBEN. theatrical, masquerade costumer;
wis umasi. u Z5
MOSEY TO LO AS REAL ESTATE.
LOANS on eastern Nebraska and western
lowa rams at t per cent- borrowers can
pay tloo or any multiple; any interest
date: no delay. Brennan-Love Co., JS
So. Uth St. Omaha, Neb. W M7
MONEY to lean on improved Omaha real
estate, ureaaan-ixrre o., a bo. uta.
W 203
H.000 and upward to loan on Improved city
property ana larms. w. t irnua amita &
Co., IZJO Farnam. W roi
WANTED City loaaa, bonds and warrants.
George & company, iboi i-araam street
w ao
MONET la any amount at 5. EH. 6 per cent
J. W. ROBBINS c CO., ISC: FAUN AM ST
11
MONEY to loan on farm and city property,
lowest rates. O. F. Davis Co., 1505 Farnam.
W IU
MONET to loan at 5 and Et per cent oa
Omaha prep 'Jty. W. B. MeiiJe, 1 8. ISth.
PRIVATE money. 5. SH, 6 per ceat: no de
lay. Garvin Bros., 1613 Farnam. W 34
WANTED City and farm loans; also bonds
ana warrants, n. u. meters & Co., I7c
Farnam St, Bee Bldg. W as
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1E4 Douglas.
"FIVE per cent moaey. Bemls, Paxton block.
MONEY to loan oa first-class Improved city
property or for building purposes. Payne
Knox Co.. New York Life. W as
PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. Sherwood,
933 N. Y. Life. W as
IL500 TO 1X3 AN oa real estate; call at once.
M. J. Kennard ti Son, 110-211 Brown block.
W M7C3
MOSEY TO LOAS CHATTELS.
MONEY
TO LOAN ON
furniture, pianos, horses, cows, etc Toj
to keep the property.
SALARY LOANS
to people permanently employed on their
own names, without endorser or mortgage.
We loin from no up. We charge nothing
for making papers and we keep nothing
out of the amount you ask for. You
may repay the money la one month or
take 3. 3. 4, 5, 6 months or more in which
to repay it Our rates are as low as the
lowest; our business is confidential and
we always try to please.
OMAiiA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
Established UE3. S06 S. 16th St
X 320
MONEY MONEY
LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE.
No endorser of mortrage required.
LOWEST RATES, EAST PAYMENTS and
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
OMAHA CREDIT CO..
Room 26, Fifth Floor, New York Life Bldr.
X-l
AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY
will pay off your
SALARY ASSIGNMENTS
And all other debts. A strady position all
that is required. EASIER TERMS AND
LOWER CHARGES THAN ANY OTHER
LOAN COMPANY. Call and have a
prlrate talk with us. ROOM 001 BEE
BUILDING. X 522
MONET loaned salaried people holding per
manent poaltlon with responsible concern
upon their own names without security,
aay payments. Tclnoan, 706 N. T. L. Bldg
X-223
MONET loaned on furniture, diamonds
watches, payments confidential. Omaha
Chattel Loaa Bant. 320 S. Uth, upstairs.
X 214
LOANS TO .SALARIED PEOPLE.
No mortgage or publicity. Papers free.
LOWEST RATES. EASIEST PAYMENTS
SURE. R. R. employes receive time to
suit convenience. Loans of other com
panies taken up. RELIABLE CREDIT
CO.. Room 303, Paxton Block, X 327
MONET loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc C. F. Reed. 319 S 13.
X-22J
MONET loaned on pianos, furniture, dia
monds, watches, privately. Berger's Loan
Co., 14 Farnam EL. upstairs. X 22X
SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS. J.
W. TAYLOE, 213 First Nat Bank Bldg.
X 228
MONET loaned on pianos, furniture, horses.
cows, Jewelry- Du2 Green. R S. Barker blk.
X-225
BUS IS ESS CHANCES.
JIM CASH or easy payments buys 25 strictly
lawful (nickel slot machines for drinks,
cigars or cash; will earn it and upward
weekly each. Earl. Clark & Co.. Furni
ture Manufacturers. Chicago, IIL
Y 230
FOR SALE First-class restaurant In Fre
mont Neb, Address, J. R. Hoover. '
Y-1C3
I WANT to buy an established lumber
business; state your terms. Address B 10.
Bee Office. Y-M312 B
GROCERY stock and fixtures: a-ood tra-le-
self-supporting business, best location in
umana. 1 M44 .
!30 CASH will purchase a one-eighth In
terest In a valuable invention, money is
needed to perfect patenu. Addrrri Oliver
A. Hall, cars Merchanu' hotel. Omaha.
Y M436 U
UELGIAS HARES.
FINE Belgian Hares fcr sale at comaon
sanae prices. 707 Florence Boulevard.
422 N25
I HAVE a choice lot of young stock and
bred does for sale cheap. All pedigreed.
Address Ed Hervty, HIS N. 40th. Omaha.
u-m t
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
RANCH AND FARM lands for rale by th
Union Pacific Railroad company B A.
McAKaster land commissioner Union
1'ae.fic Headquarters. Omaha. Neb.
RE-6S7
NON-RESIDENT will take best rash o.Ter
oa or before Nor. H for l-tOB house
lot 3334 Grand aveaue Address M. IL
Kil bourn. SUrertan, Ore RE M421 7
FOR SALE cheap, large lot a.-d three
cottages. J. A. Loregren. 4 th floor Pax
ton block. RE M5
HOUSES. lou farms lands, loans; also fire j
Insurance. Bemls, Paxton blk. HE Si I
SEE HENRY B. PAYNE. 631 N. T LIFE.
RE-22
1
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON, 12P3 Famam St
RE 226
bargains:
7-rooo house, ground 100-foot frontaae:
cloe to car llie; eastern owner wants
offer.
CM property, well located; will pay u per
cent net on purchase price.
tXO mortgage, better than gorernrnent
bond, for sale quick.
M. 3. KENNARD & SON,
210-H1 Brown Block.
RE-M262
HERE is one of the best barritns in a
small home In the city; 3SC Larlmore St
(Monmouth Park), S-room house, well,
rents 36. $609, on payments; discount for
cash If told within a week.
George O. Wallace, 313 Brown Blk.
RE 736
FOR SALE. farm. 11.500. Address B a.
Bee. RE 241 V
C. F. HARRISON. BARGAINS. J13 N. T L.
RE-C2S NS
LAND. C B. Burrows. Norfolk. Nebraska.
RE 400 Dec 26
FOR SALE cr trade. M fine productive
farms and 10 fine stock ranches In east
Nebraska for sale chesp and on eay
terms, some of which can be traded for
merchandise, hardware, furniture, imple
ments, hordes and cattle. For particulars
address George W. Button, foleridge.
Neb. RE M2C1 N3o
FOR ONE week, good east front !ot 30th
st, Omaha View Make offer. Must selL
G. G. Wallace. SU Brown blk. RE 22S
MEDICAL.
LADIES ou of heal'Ji find prompt relief.
Box 232. Omaha. Neb. Confldeatlal.
LADIES, Cure tor WHITES, etc: perfect
regulator; send 31.00. Box 2S6. Omaha. Neb.
7M N6
LADIES' free monthly regulator; cannot
rail Mrs. B Rowan. Milwaukee, wis.
M-1M N 3j
LADIES. I positively guarantee Golden
Seal, never falling .female regulator, -will
relieve most obstinate cases of delayed
periods In 5 hours, snt secure from ob
servation. 31 Dr. Annie Fowler. 203 South
14th st. St Louis. Mo. M-26i N
GONOVA is a FrencL rratm-ni .r ma e
and female, for the positive cure of
Gonorrhoea. Gleet Unnatural Discharges,
Inflammations. Irritations and Ulcerations
of the mucous membranes. An Internal
remedy nlth Injection combined, war
ranted to care worst cases ia one week.
33 per package or 2 for 35. Sent any
where on receipt of price. The Kldd Drue
Co.. Elgin IIL American Office, retail,
wholesale. Myers-Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha .
M. A. Dillon. South Omaha; Davis Drug
Co.. Council Bluffs. Full line of rubber
gOCNif.
OSTEOPATHY.
JOHNSON Institute. OS N. T. L. Bldg.;
TeL 1664: Alice Johnson. D. O.. ladles'
dept; Gld E. Johnson. Osteopathlst, Msr.
22$
M. E. DONOHUE. D. O.. of Still school.
Klrksville, Mo. 604 Paxton Blk. TeL I2C7.
23
FAYETTE COLE, D. O.. room 413 Bee bldg.
.S 6
N. M. MeMURRAY. D. O.,: Mrs. J, R. Ma
sick. D. O., suite U6-3S Bee Bldg.
-1SU NT
LOST.
LOST. English setter dor. black spot on
back, black head and ears-with white
over nose-ticked. Also Irish setter dog,
color red. answers to the name of Sport
Return to Fred S. Goodrich) -CPS So. th
St, and receive reward. -.Lost I7S-:
BROWN pocketbook at Burlington station
Monday moraine, contains key, cards and
money. Reward if returned to Bee office.
Lost 4S2-6
MC5ICAL.
FREE scholarships to piano students. Prof.
Braum. CM Ramge 311c. 687
JCSK
B.atM. Junk house, J. Milder, Prop., dealers
tn all metals, bottles, etc Carloads a
specialty. fcCl-53 Famam, Omaha. TeL237S.
2&a
HORSES WISTEUED.
HORSES wintered at Omaha Driving park.
15SN7
HORSES wintered. M per month. J. W.
Phelpa, 307 N. Y. Life bldr. 'Phone 1K4
M-224 D2
MIRROR FACTORY.
Damaged looking glasses resllvered. 70S N 16.
241
BIRDS ASD TAXIDERMY.
STOCK'S Bird Store. 18"i2 Leavenworth.
243
PLAIS SEWISG.
WANTED, plain sewing. 10SS S. 23d St
M790 N2I
DASCISG SCHOOL.
NEW classes for beginners are forming
this week at Morand's, Crelghton hall;
children Wednesday and Saturday; adults
Tuesday and Friday Ip. a, private les
sons dally; assemblies Wednesday; rail
for terms; always opn. M300 D1
i
SnORTUASD ASD TTPEWRmSG.
A. C VAN BANTS School. 717 N. T. Life.
240
BOYXE3" College, court reporter prradpaL
Bee Bldg. -3U
NEBRASKA Business and Shorthand Col
lege. Boyd's Theater. 24.
GREGG Shorthand. Om. C Col.16 4 Doug.
243
ACCORDIOS PLDATISG.
ACCORDION and side pleating, cheapest
best quickest Mrs. A. C Mark, 9 Pat
terson Blic, 17th and" Famam Eu.
426
LASGCAGES.
CHATELAIN School of Languages. Boyd's
theater, will reopen Monday, September 10.
MUi
ESGISES, BOILERS, ETC.
L. C Sharp Mach. Wks.; motors, dynamos.
:
STA.MMERISG ASD STCTTERISG.
CUBED. JuUa Vaughn. 433 Ramge Bldg.
2M
CARPESTERS ASD JOBBERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, 2ith
and l.ake Sts. 370
TICKET BROKER.
CUT rate tlckeU everywhere. P. H. Phil
bin. 15(6 Farnam. Telephone 7M. 251
TAILORING.
I HIGH class tailoring, moderate prices, latest
. designs, S. J, Broderick. iC17 Farnam.
! M-471 N16
LACSDHY.
OMAHA Steam Laundry, ihirts. 7c; collars,
2r, caffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. TeL MT
247
IMWJIKOUER5.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, soeomaodat
lng . all business confidential. 1201 Douglas
Si
LOANS, H- MarowlU, low rates. US N 16.
I'tniiTtHr. RcrAiRtsG.
TEL. 1221 11. S WalkHn. ail Cura-nr St
-.46
Oat. Uph. Wks. ICS Cap. ave. Tei 151
314 P."
n.vso TC.MSG.
WE tune your piano for It M. Rose s Art
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DRE5SMAKISG.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy. 31 S. 2tth at
' M & DT '
I
SUES & CO. 1
Patent Lawyers ,
Bee Bldg.. Omaha. Neb
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TOSTOFFICE SOTICE.
(Should be read DAILY by aH Interested.
as chances may occur at any ume.i
Forelm malls for the. wek endlnr Novem-
lr le, LOO. will close (PROMITLY In a.1
casesj at the General Post once as ro.
kjwt : PA RCELS POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time sbom-n be
low Parcels Post Malls for Germany close
at S p. m. Moaday
Transatlantic Malta.
WEDNESDAY At 7 a. tn. (supplementary
S a. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. St PauL
via Southampton (mall for Ireland must
be directed "per s. s. St Paul"!, at a.
m. (supplementary 10:39 a. m. for El -ROPE,
per a. a. Teutonic, via Queenstown,
at J a. nx for ITALY, per a. s. Columbia, ,
-ia Naples tmall must be directed per s.
s. ColurobU'1; at 10:30 a. m for BEL- '
GIUM direct per s. s. Frlesland mall
mut lw directed "per s. a. Frlesland' J
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN. FOR
TffJAr. TTnvrrr rr.rpT urttkii
INDIA ard LORENZO MARQUEZ. per s.
s. La Touralne. rta Havre (mall for other
parts of Europe must be directed "per .
s. La Touralne"); at 1 r m. (supplemen
tary 2:33 p. m.l for EUROPE, per s. s.
Deutschland. via Plymouth, Cherbourg
and Hamburg
SATUkDAT At 4:30 a. a. for EUROPE,
per a. s, Etrurla. via Queenstowa: at! a.
tn. for ITALY, per s. s. Kaiser Wra. II,
via Naples (mail must be dlrectrd "per a,
s. Kaiser Win. II"); at S a. m. for NETH
ERLANDS direct per a, a. Rotterdam
(mail muat be directed "per s. s. Rotter
dam"); at 10 a. m. for SCOTLAND, per
s. 5. Ethiopia (mail aust be directed "per
s. e. Ethiopia".).
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes Printed Matter, Commercial Papers
and Samples for Germany only. The same
class ot mall matter tor other parts of
Europ- vlli not be sent by this ship ua
iesi specially directed by her
After the closing of the Supplementary
Trans-Atlantic Malls named above, ad
ditional supplementary mull are opened
on the piers of the American. English,
French and German steamers, and remain
open until within Ten Minutes of the hour
of sailing ot ateaaer.
Malta for Sooth and Ontrnl America,
Wftt Indies, etc.
WEDNESDAY At 5:33 a. m. (fupplemen
tnry 1":K) a. a) for CENTRAL AMERICA
(except Costa Rlcai and SOUTH PACIFIC
PORTS, per s. s. Alllanca, via Colon (mall
for Guatemala must be directed "per s. s.
Allianca"!; it 1 p. a for CUBA. CAM
PECHE, YUCATAN. TABASCO and CHI
APAS, per s. s. Seguranca. via Havana
and Progrcso (mall for other parts of
Mexico must be directed "per s. s. Se
guranca". at 1 p. m. for YUCATAN, per
s. a. Ravensdale (mall must be directed
"per s. s. Ravensdale").
THURSDAY At 2-30 a. a. for JAMAICA,
psr . s. Admiral Sampson, from Phila
delphia, at 10 a. m. for INAGUA and
HA1TL per s s. Belvernon; at 1 p. m.
(supplementary 1:30 p. a) for NASSAU,
N. P.. per s. e. Antllla (mall must be di
rected "per a. s. Antllla"), at 1 p. m. (sup
plementary 1:33 p. a.) for NASSAU, N.
P GUANTANAMO and SANTIAGO, per
a, s. Saratoga.
FRIDAY At 1 p. a. for MEXICO, per s. s.
Matanzas, via Tamplco (mall must be di
rected "per s. s. Matanxas").
SATURDAY At 10 a. a (supplementary
10:30 a. a.) for FORTUNE ISLAND.
JAMAICA. SAV.VNILLA. CARTHA
GENA and GREYTOWN. per s. s. Alene
(mall for Coeta Rica must be directed
"per s. s. Alene"), at 10 a. a. for PORTO
RICO, per s. s. San Juan at 10 a. a. (sup
plementary 10:30 a. a.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA.-per s. s. Hlldur (mall for
Sa vanilla and Carthagena -muat be di
rected "per s. s. Hlldur). at 11 a. a. for
CUBA, per s. s. Morro Castle, via Ha
vana: at 11 a. a. for YUCATAN, prr s. -s.
Hermann, via Progreso; at 1 p. m. for
NORTH BRAZIL, per s. a. Polycarp.
SUNDAY At S0 p. a. for ST PIERRE
MIQUELON, per steamer froa North
Ej-dney.
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at 5:30 pi a. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday). Malls for Mlqur'on. by rail to
Boston, and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at f-30 p. m. Maris for
Cuba, by ran to Port Tamsa. Fla., and
thence by steamer, close at th's office dally
at 7 a. m. (the connectlnr closes are on
Sunday. Wednesday and Friday). Malls for
Mexico City, over'and. unles specially ad
dressed for dispatch by steamer, close at
this office dally at 2 M a. m. and 2:30 p. a
Malls for Be'lze. Puerto Cortex and Guate
mala, by rail tn New Orleans and thence
by steamer .close at this office dally at
S p. a (connecting closes here Mondays
for Belize. Puerto Cortez and Guatemala).
Malls for Costa Rica, by rail to Mobile.
Ala., and thence by steamer, close at this
office daily at 3 p. a (connecting closes
hers every Tuesday "Registered mall
closes at 6 p. a. previous day.
Tranapacltlc Malta.
Malls for Hawaii, via San Francisco,
elope here da-Iy at 6:33 p. a. up to No
veaber 5. Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s
Zealandla. MMls for Hawaii. Japan.
China and PhHppine Islands. ia San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p, a
up to November 8. Inclusive, for dis
patch per s. s. Hone Knne Maru. Ma'ls
for Australia (except West Australia,
which goes via Europe, and New Zealan 1
wh'-h go- va Pan Francisco) and F'Jl
Islands, via Vancouver, close here dally
at 6:38 p. a up to November "lO. Inclu
sive, for dlrpatch per a. s. Aorangi (sup-
rlementary malls, via Seattle. (Hose at
:30 pm. November "ID. Malls for Aus
tralia (except West Australia). New Zea
land. Hawaii. Fiji and Samoan Islands,
via San Francisco, c'.ose here dally at 33
p. a after November 'H and up to No
vember 24. Inclusive, or on day of ar
rival of s. s. Campania, due at New Tork
Novembei "24. for dispatch per a. a.
Sierra. Malls for China and Japan, via
Vancouver, close here dally at 6:30 p. a.
up to Noveaber "27. Inclusive, for dla
patch per s. s. Empress of China (regis
tered mall must be directed '"via Van
couver"). Transpacific mails are forwarded to port of
sailing dally and the schedule of closing is
arranged on the presumption of their un
interrupted overland transit "Registered
mall clo at- 6 n. m. nre1ous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postaaster.
Ponoffice, New York. N. Y., Noveaber 2.
1900.
railway time tables.
UNION PACIFIC-'THE OVER,
land Route" General Offices
N E. Cor. Ninth acd Farnam
Streets. City Ticket Office, uri
Farnam Street Telephone, a6.
y Tefeuhone. 3
Leave. Ai-Mi-m
The uveriand Limited .a !U.D aa a 7:35 om
The Chicago-PortUnd
Special .. ., a 6:29 aa a 7:35 pm
The Fast Mall a S:ia am a 3:24 pm
The Colorado Special. ..all .35 pa a 6i0 In
The Fast Mall a 4:35 pa
Llncotn. Beatrice and
Stromaburg Express. ,b 4:10 pa bll.25 pm
The Pacific Express. ., .a 45 pa
The Atlantic Express. a 6-30 aa
Grand IsUnd ical b pa b i-30 aa
a Dallv b Dally except Sunday.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
Railroad. City Ticket Of
fice. 1402 Farnaa Street
Telephone, 245. Depot,
Tenth and Marcy Streets.
Leave. Arrive."
I Hilnrn Pm.,M .all:lt) aa a 4.0l nrn
I Chicago Uraittd a .: pa
a :15 aa
, Paul Express b ,30 aa
t 3:40 pa
- aul 1 tmttert a
7:43 pa a 6:15 aa
Council Bluffs . .. . b 4:30 pa bl0:15 sa
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAIL
road General Offices and
Tlckat Offices Southeast
Corner 14th and Douglas
SU. Telephone. 104. Dvpot,
Lmon Sutlon.
Leave. Arrlri.
Lu-fs
x Kansas
!fBBI
aty Express a 6-30 pm
K C St U Express. ..ai8:10 pm a 6:13 aa
Leave irom lith and
Webster Straeu.
Nebraska Locai. Via
Weening Water b 4:1E pa al0:C aa
Dally b Dally except Sunday.
i
RAILWAY TIME- TABLES.
BURLINGTON A MI-ar-srl
River Railroad
"The Bjrlu gtoe Route
General (.tbces. N W.
Corner Tenth and Farnira
Sts Ticket Office. 1S3
Farnam St Telephone.
250 Kuril on s'auoa. lenic ana aian
Rts. Telephone, izi
Lcare.
Line 'n Hastings and
McCook 3:49 am
Lincoln, Denrer, Colo-
rado Utah. Calif erala.a 4:25 in
Lincoln & BUik Hills .a pm
Montana. Puget Sound a sO pm
Lincoln Fast Mall a 1 r0U pra
Denver Colorado. Utah
and California
Re'levue. Papplo, .. .al6-4j am
Pa 'e Junction .. . . olliO am
Paufi J-ircti n a 7:orpm
So Bend Louisville.
Ilattsmouth b IJH pa
Ft Crook, PatUraotitb a 65 pm
s DaLy, b ex. Sunday
Arrlva
a 7CS pra
a 3. -05 pm
a 6:S um
a 6:43 am
alO am
a 6:43 am 1
all:U am 1
a SSO am
bllS am
a 3:2j rm
KANSAS CITY. ST. JO-(
srph & Council Blufft
Railroad "The Bur lne- .
ton Route" Ticket 01c4,
1302 Famam St Tele
phone. ryot Tenth
ana jiiason eis. icie
chone. 12i
Leave. Arrive.
Kansas City Day Ex. ..a am a 6 pm
Kansas Cltv Ntrht Kx a 10 .13 pm a 6:13 am
St Louis Flyer for 8
Joseph and St Louis. .a 4.M pm all:li am
a Dai.y
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON
A Quinsy Railroad "Tr'S
Burlington Route" Tltt-t
Office. 1502 Farnam St
Telephone, 250. Depot
Tenth and Mason Sta
Telephone. 124.
Laavr. Arrtro.
D .14-ht caicagc Spe-
rial .a 7:00 aa aW:25
Chlcagu Vest buled Ex -a tikipm a 7:45 m
Chicago Local Exprtss.a f-33 am a 4:0$ pa
Chicago Limited . .. a 7:M pa a 7:4 aa
Fast Mall 2:C pa
a Dally
OMAIIA & ST LOUIS RAIL
road Omaha. Kansas City
& Eastern Ral'rnad Tha
Quincy Riute" Ticket Of
fice. 141S Farnam St Tele
phone. 322. Depot. Tenth
ana Marcy btrteu. Tle
paoae. 23.
Leara. Arrive.
St Xxmln Cannon Ball
Express , .. a E.-06 pm a 6:30 a
Kansas City and Quincy
Local , a 703 aa a t.-OO pm
a Daily.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISL
and Pacific Railroad
"The Great Roc Inl
and Route" City Tick
et Office, 1323 Farnsa
Street Tilephone. 2S.
Depot Tenth & Marcy
cls. icicpaost, u.
Leave
Arrive.
Des Moines and Daven
port Local a 7-2S aa
Chicago Express bll:15 sa
CI car3 FAt Express. .a 3nO pm
Lincoln and rairbuo .a i30 aa
bU3 aa
a 6:10 am
a 1:2. pa
a 7 so pa
A u.l, bwiui auu a5,
Denver. Putbl- and
West a 130 pa a 4.-15 pa
Des Mclne. Rock Isl
and and Chicago a 7-.IS pm
Colorado & Texas Fiver, a 5:56 oa
a 5:50 pm
a ::s am
a Dally b Dally except Sunday.
FREMONT. ELKHORN i
illtsouri a.,ey Railroad 1
"The Northwesters
Line" General Offices.
It tJataaVrW united i: tales aUonal :
1 uaaaaaFn aa r.ni. t?i a n- .
Twelftn and Farnam ?fa 1
Ticket Ofilce. 11 Farnam St. Telechnne. 1
au. utpoi, uu ana eoiier iu. Tele
phone, ICS. Leavs. Arrive,
Black HUls. Deodwood.
Hot Spring. a 3:00 pa a E00 pa
Wyoming, Caspar and
Douglas d 3:00 pm e SO0 pa
Hastings. York. David
City. Suj-rrio-. Geneva.
Hlsrl-r and eward....b I'M pa b S'JX) sa
Norfolk. Verilgre and
Freaont b 730 aa blO-JS aa
Lincoln. Wahoo and
Fremont b 7-30 am blO-23 aa
Fremont .Local c 7 JJ aa
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, c Sun
day only, d Dally except Saturday, a
Daily except Monday.
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL.
Minneapolis a Ornana,
Railway "The North
western Line" General
Offices. Nebraska Divi
sion. 13th and Wabaier
St. Citir Ticket firtw.
1401 1'iri.am St Telephone. bSL Depot
Uth and Webster Sts.
Leave, Arrive.
Twin City Passenger.... a 4 .-00 aa a sao pa
Omaha Passenger , all:l9 aa
Sioux City & North
east Nebraska 3:43 pa
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
CHICAGO & NORTH
we.tera Railway foa
Northwestern Line"
City Ticket Office. 1431
Farnam St Telephone.
KL Depot, Tenth and
Mason sta. Telennnn.
P- .. v . Leave. Arrhrs.
Daylight Chlcaro Spe
cial a 7:00 aa all-33 pm
Ch.cago Passenrer a 4:15 pa a 8:43 aa
Eastern Exprecs. Des
Moines. Mara ball town.
Cedar Rapids and ChJ-
cagu iZO-SS aa a 4:X pa
Eastern Special, Chl-
caeo a
nd'Last. a ISZ
pa a 4:05 prt
Fast Mail. Chicago to
umana a 2:43 pa
Omaha-Chicago Limited. a 7:45 pm a S:00 pm
Fast Mall .... .. a 3:30 aa
Cedar Rapids Passenger a 5.30 pm
Eastern Express.. .......b 8:00 pa
a Dally, b Except Saturday.
BIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
itai road Ths North
western Line" Qeaerjl
Offices. United States
National Bank Bul's'nr,
S. W. Corner Twelfth
cn leicpnone, wn.
pct Tenth and Masoa Sts. Telephone. C23.
, Leave. Arrirj.
Twin City Exnresa a 6.E5 am alO:2S pa
Twin City Um.eea a 7-23 pm a K13 aa
Slouxrity Local a 3:00 aa a 3:50 pa
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE
St. Paul RallwaT-Clti
Ticket Office, 1304 Farnam
Street Telephoned. De
pott Tenth and Mason
Streets. Telephone. 62
Chicago Limited Ex.... a 6:00 pa a 6:05 am
Chicago & Oaabs Ex...b 7:15 aa b 3:40 pa
a Daily, b Daily except Sunday.
WABASH RAILROAD -Ticket
Office. 1504 Farnam
Street Telephone iSS. De
pot Tenth and Marcy
BtreeU. Telephone. 23.
Leave. Arrive.
St Louis "Cannon Ball"
Exjn-ess a 5:05 pa a S:23 aa
a Dally
Arrest Japanese Fiabrrmen.
TACOMA. Waaa., Not. 6. The steamer
Queen Adelaide brings news that a large
number of Japanese fishing ressels has
been seized by the Russian authorities for
transgressing the fishing limits off Siberia.
Nineteen boats and 168 men are known to
have been seized. Slxty"sevea Japanese
fishermen seized by the Russians last sum
mer for tresspassing in Bering sea claimed
they were carried out of their course by
the curreau. Forty-nine ot them have
arrived at Nargasakl, baring beea released
from prison. Sixteen are still detained la
a Siberian prison.
Japanese troops are pushing the opera
tions against the insurgent bands in ten
tral Formosa. The coastruction of a
trunk Use railroad through Formosa Is
proceeding rapidly.
llollrriankrra' Strike Spreads.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.. Nov. . The
strike ct the bolleraakers employed at the
Boston ti Albany ahops ia West Springfield
I now threatens to spread to both ends of
the line. Within twenty-four hvurs It Is
expected U..t the bolleraakers In the com
pany's ahopa in Bolton and Albany will be
called out, thus crlppllax the service ot
the road. This action Is in consequence of
the refusal ot th railroad oQcitls to hold
a conference with President John McNeil
of the Brotherhood of Boilermakers and
Iron Shipbuilders ot America, who Is now
la this city
Special Train Wrrrlird.
GREEN MOUNTAIN, Mleh., Nov. C
Spreading of the rails wrecked a special
ore train on the Northwestern road running
forty-five miles an hour, killing Fireman
George Hall ot Wilson, Mich., and seriously
Injuring Conductor Swaby ct Esranaba
and Eagtater Tim Hogaa ot Green Bay.
wp ill 1 1 asr
mnwAnxm
RUSSIA ANSWERS GERMANY
Agree to All Except the Third Olmte cf
Asglo-Gerain Agreeaeai.
DENIES HAVING DESIGNS ON CHINA
Re.rrrea the Riant to Art aa Clrcoaa.
alanrrs Wkrrial If Otker
row era Start Grab
blna; Game.
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov i.-The text ot '
the Russian reply to ths Anjlo-Ge rraan
agreeaest sole is published.
The first polat, providing for open ports
oa the rivers of th Chinese littoral. Is
favorably received, aa it doei not alter
existing treaties.
The second polat U all the nor la
harmony with Russia's intentions, as the
integrity cf the Celestial empire is ths
fundamental principle of Russian policy.
As regards the possibility cf a variation
of this principle la the third article, Rus
sia refers to Its note of May is, aad re
peats lu declaration that such Tarlatlon
would compel Russia to modify, as lu
elrcaastaaces might require, the attitude
It has talea
PRAISE AMERICAN SOLDIERS'
Reports of Eagllah Officers Contain
Mans- Arronnta af Their
Bravery.
LONDON, Nor. 6. The Gaiette today
prints General GazeleeS dlapatche to the
aecreury of state for India referring to the
operations for the relief of Pekla and
General Dorward'a report of the operations
about Tien Tain. Geaera Gazelee, aaong
half a dozen officers aeatloned for special
scnrlces la hla report. Include two Amer
icans, who "gallantly supported our cght
Ing; line, viz.. Major Quintoa and CapUla
J. R. M. Taylor," both of the Fourteenth
United States Infantry.
General Dorward's report contains Utile
that Is new, tut relating to the work of
the Sixth United States Infantry after it
had suffered so heavily la the attack ca
Tlea Tsla, says "I would especially
bring to notice the conduct of Major Jesse
Lee during the retirement la Ma th
regiment posiesses aa officer of exceptional
merit
"Among many Instances of personal
bravery during the action I would es
pecially bring to aotlce the conduct .f
CapUla Saedley D. Butler, United 6 Latex
marines, la bringing a wounded man tn
froa the froat under a heavy aad accurate
fire. Butler was wounded while so doing
aad was himself carried out of the firing
line by Adjutant Leonard, who, I regret to
say. was dangerously wounded la so doing.
"Capuln Lawton cf the F'fth i?rh.
Sutes regiment brought me the news ot
their condition under a heavy fire. When
returning and raiding the relaforcemenu
of his regiaeat he was severely wounded."
HOLD KRUGER AT PORT SAID
Dntrh Cruiser Will Await Ordrra at
that Taint Regard Ins; Ills Land
log In Europe.
HAS JIBUTIL. Nov . The Dutch cruiser
Gelderlaad. with ex-Presldeat Kruger on
board, which sailed from Loureazo Mar
quet October 20, has arrived here. It has
been directed to await Instructions from
The Hague at Port Said with regard to
Mr. Kruger's landing In Europe. The Gel
derland will stop here three days.
Mr. Kruger. who Is la excellent health,
rejoiced greatly at the news of the recent
Boer successes He was found sitting on
deck with his lera wrapped la sheeptkla.
"May they fight without remission," he
exclaimed energetically, filling his pipe,
when Informed of the successes cf the
Boers. "That la nhat we aalc"
Dr. Heyaans declared Mr. Krager was
going to Europe purely oa a holiday.
RAS JIBUTIL. Nov. C Throughout the
voyage Mr. Kruger's health, except for
some trouble with his eyes, was excellent.
He will travel- lncocaito aad will not land
until he reaches Europe.
PRAISE FOR JTHE CANADIANS
Lard Roberta Mentions Acta of Coa
nlcnona Gallantry ky
Oflcera.
LONDON, Nov. 6. Lord Roberts, la a
dispatch dated Johannesburg. Noveaber 5,
reporu to the war office aa follows:
"Saith-Dorrien sutes that Major Saan
ders and' CapUla Chalmers (of the Canadian
Mounted Rifles) behaved with great gal
lantry in the action cf November 2.
Saunders rode out under a heavy fire to
bring In a horseless non-commissioned offi
cer. Saunders was wounded aad his horse
was killed and Chalmers went to his as
siruace. Sacrders Implored aim to leave,
but was refused, aad the gallant Chalmers
was, I nxleve io say, killed."
Lord .Roberts has cabled to the war
ofilce that former President Steya, la m
speech to Delareyt burghers, October 23.
(aid Mr. Kruger had goae to Europe to
"get intervention." aad that If he failed
"the Transvaal will be auctioned off to
the highest bidder."
Germans Excite Saaplelon.
HONG KONG, Nov. C The presence ot
eleven gunboats at Canton causes con
tinued speculation. The action of a Ger
man Tessel reported to be sounding la the
vicinity of Honu and Fati has caused a
rumor that the Germans intend to cbula
a concession, owing to the Increasing trade
and crowded condition ot Bhaaea.
Pope Iasuea an Address.
ROME, Nov. 6. The pope has addressed
to the blihops an encyclical dated Novea
ber 1, oa the Redeeaer. The pcntlS says
he rejoices at the assemblage of Catholics
froa all paru ot the world In Rome during
holy year, which, he adds, demonstrates
that the people are marching toward
Christ
Senate at Parts Opena.
PARIS, Nov. C The senate reopened Its
sessions at 2 o'clock this afteraooa. M.
Falllerle, presldeat of the Senate, who
presided, pronounced eulogies of the sena
tors who died during the summer vacation.
The house then proceeded to formal bui
lness, '
Breaking Cp Duellnar Habit,
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. 6. A student at
the university, at Dorpat has beea sen
tenced .to laprlsoameat for a term ot
two years for having killed a fellow student
In a duel a year ago. The government has
virtually broken up the German dueling
association at this ualverslty.
Health ot Rnaalana Improving.
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. 6. According
to private dispatches received here today
typhus and other fevers are beginning to
abate In the Russian army la Manchuria.
Railroad Bnya an Entire Tea.
PEORIA, IIL. Nov. 6. In order that taa
Chicago Northwestern railroad may ea
ter this city froa Sterling, IIL, It win wipe
the village of Potutown, a mining commu
nity sear here, off the map of Peoria I
county The railroad has purchased the
entire town and will move every house la
it with the exception of five. The site oc
cupied by the town will he used by the rail
road tor raids. The company has also pur
chased large leu ef property la the lower
end ot this city. Including the EUndard dis
tillery and other similar Interest.

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