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LOSS ON
BATTLE FIELDS
Washington, D. C.—Special.)—The
famous battles of the century recorded
far greater casualties than those that
have been fought in the South African
war, but the numbers engaged were
greater.
Leipsic had an aggregate of killed,
wounded and missing of 124,000; Water
loo’s aggregate was 57.976; Spottsyl
vania, 45,685; Gettysburg, 43.449; Grave
lot te, 35,159.
The annexed table gives the exact
number of killed, wounded and missing;
CIVIL WAR.
Gettysburg. July 1-3, 1863:
Killed. Wo’d’d. Miss’g. Agg’te.
Union 3,W0 14,497 5.434 23,001
Confederate.. .2,592 12.706 5,150 20,448
Totals 6.662 27,203 10,584 43J49
Spottsylvanla, May 8-18, 1864
Union 3.288 19,278 22.466
Confederate.. 3,342 20.187 23,229
Totals 6.630 39.465 45,685
Wilderness, Mav 5-7, 1864:
Union 2.246 12,037 3,383 17,6416
Confederate.. 1,956 10,044
Totals 4,202 22.081 3,383 17,586
Antietam, Sept. 17, 186*2:
Union 2,108 9,549 753 12.410
Confederate.. 1,886 9.348 1,367 12,601
Totals 4.049 18,897 2.120 25,011
Chancellorsvllle. Mav 1-4, 1863:
Union 1,606 9,762 5.919 17,287
Confederate.. 1,665 9,081 2.018 12,764
Totals 3,271 18.843 7,937 30,051
Chickamauga. Sept. 19-20. 1863:
Union 1,056 9.749 4,774 16,179
Confederate.. 2.268 13,613 1,090 16,971
Totals 3,924 23.362 5,864 33,150
Cold Harbor, June 1-4, 1864:
Union 1,905 10.570 2,456 14,931
Confederate.. 364 1,336 1,700
Totals 2,269 11,906 2.456 16,631
Fredericksburg, Dec. 11-14, 1862:
Union 1,284 9,600 1,769 12,653
Confederate.. 596 4,068 651 5.315
Totals 1,880 13,668 2,420 17,968
Manassas (second), Aug. 28-30, 1862:
Union 1.747 8,452 4,263 11,462
Confederate.. 1,481 7,627 89 9,197
Totals 3,228 16.079 4,352 23,659
Shiloh, April 6-7. 1862:
T’nion 1,754 8,408 2,885 13,017.
Confederate.. 1,723 8,012 959 J0,b91
Totals 3,477 1 6,420 3,844 23,741
Murfreesboro. Dec. 31. 1862:
Union 1,730 7.802 3,717 13.249
Confederate.. 1,29 1 7,945 1,027 3 0,266
Totals 3.024 15.747 4,744 23,515
Petersburg, June 15-9. 1864:
Union 1.688 8.513 1,185 11.386
Confederate.. 984 6,721 7,705
Totals 2,ff72 15,234 1,185 19,091
WAR OF 1812.
New Orleans, Jan. 8. 1815:
Killed. Wo’d’d. Miss'g. Agg’te.
American .... 4 13 17
British 700 1,400 2,10 C
Totals 704 1,413 2,117
MEXICAN WAR.
Buena Vista. Feb. 22-23, 1847:
Killed. Wo’d’d. Miss’g. Agg’te.
American .... 267 456 723
Mexican 568 1,241 1.709
Totals 835 1.697 2,432
Vera Cruz, March 24, 1847:
American .... 11 56 67
Mexican 981 2,00" 2,981
Totals 992 2,056 3,048
Chapultepec, Sept. 13, 1847:
American .... 116 671 787
Mexican 1,000 2,000 3,000
Totals 1,116 2,671 3,787
REVOLUTIONARY’ WAR.
Lexington, April 19, 1775:
Colonists .... 49 39 5 93
British 73 174 26 273
Totals 122 213_ 31 3G6
Bunker Hill. June 17, 1775:
Colonists 115 305 30 440
British 226 828 1,054
Totals ~~241 ~U33 30 1,494
Brandywine, Sept. 11, 1777:
Colonists 289 567 343 1,-01
British 98 398 304 800
Totals 387 976 647 2,000
Yorktown, Oct. 17, 1781:
Colonists 8 16
•British 199 353
•Surrendered.
SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.
Las Quasimas. June 24» 1898:
Killed. Wo’d’d. Miss’g. Agg’te.
Amehican .... 16 . 50 66
Spanish 28 124 152
Totals 44 174 218
El Caney, July 1, 1898;
American .... 88 356 44 4
Spanish 120 400 »20
Totals 20R 756 96-1'
San Juan, July 1-3. 1898:
American .... 151 1,007 1,1 a?
Spanish 2<M 1.340
Totals 355 2.347 2,703
FOREIGN WARS.
Waterloo, June 18. 1815:
Killed. Wo’d’d. Miss’g. Agg’te.
French 35.000
British, etc, .4,206 14.539 4.231 22.979
Totals 57,976
Bovne, July 1, 1690:
William 111 SJ»
James II 1,:j00
Totals 2.000
Sebastopol, Sept. 8, 1855:
French &Eng 2,031 6,386 1,576 9,993
Russian
Crecy, Aug. 26, 1846:
English vid
French 30,000
Gravelotte, Aug. 16-18, 1870:
German* 29.159
French 15.000
Totals 35.15®
INDIAN WAR.
Little Big Horn River. June 26. 1876:
Killed. Wo’d’d. Miss’g, Agg’te’,
Americans ... 276 276
Indians 81 126 207
Totals 357 126 483
Educate Cuban Young Men
New York.—(Special.)—The Cuban
Educational association, which was
'ormed by General Joseph Wheeler and
lilbert K. Harroun about a year ago,
has elected the following officers for
the ensuing year: President, General
Joseph Wheeler; secreeary and treas
urer, Gilbert K. Harroun. The direc
tors are: General Wheeler. General
Leonard Wood. Theodore Roosevelt,
Ferdinand W. Peck, Nicholas Murray
Butler, Albert Shaw. William H. Bald
win, jr., and Gilbert K. Harroun,
During the last year over 200 young
men from Cuba and Puerto Rico, be
tween the ages of 14 and IS, have been
•allotted to educational institutions. The
distribution has been in twenty-three
states, extending fro mNew Hampshire
to Louisiana, from New York to Kan-
S 3 S
General Wheeler ha? not yet dis
patched any men from the Philippines,
but he has a number of them under
examination with a view to determin
ing their worth. Should they be ap
proved by him the association will al
lot them to schools in the far western
states.
St. Paul.—(Special.)—It is reported
that Janies J, Hill, president of the
Great Northern railroad, is about tc
add a mammoth steel plant to his
other properties. This plant is ta be
located at Great Falls, Mont. Its pri
mary purpose will be the manufacture
of steel rails, bridge steel and othei
articles especially required in railroac
construction.
I "THE NATIONAL CAKE WALK.”
Funny Things Seen and Heard at the
White House Reception.
The public reception at the White
House which occurred recently has
been humorously designated “the na
i ticual cake walk.” Some of the scenes
were difficult to witness without at
least a smile. Mrs. Hobart showed her
womanly heart and good nature by
shaking hands with everybody who
came, even to the man who carried two
umbrellas in his left hand so that his
right should be free to shake with the
president. Another customer carried a
pair of muddy overshoes in his hands
and left a line of mud on the gowns of
the \tfamen standing in line while he
unconsciously passed them by. It was
almost “rag time’’ that the last callers
were obliged to take, as the two hands
were playing and the ushers were hur
rying them with all speed to end the
reception at 11 o’clock. Many of the
men wore overcoats buttoned about
I their throats, and most of the women
drifted down the line of the receiving
! party making audible comments on the
appearance of the official party. At
i the end of the line stood Miss Wilsoh,
the pretty and accomplished daughter
of the secretary of agriculture. Just
as she reached Miss Wilsor one inter
ested matron stopped still, looking up
the receiving line critically, and then
announced loudly: “Well, you’re a
pretty good looking lot. after all.”
The commendation was so cordial and
so frank that no one took offense and
the reception continued. They say
President McKinley gets more real
satisfaction out of the public recep
tions than from the more formal and
elegant card functions at the White
House. .
Run for a Mate.
In Lapland if a man wishes to marry
he has to run a race with the girl he
wants. The girl is given a start of
one-third the whoie distance, and can
easily win if she chooses to do so. If,
however, the marriage is not distaste
ful to her, she allows the man to catch
her up and win, he thereupon claim
ing her as his bride.
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AT ONCE. WON'T DELAY.
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rneonipromising Youth.
A suburban widower married a sec--
ond time and his choice was a wealthy
lady, about 50 years of age. When the
bride and bridegroom returned home
from the the husband, intro
ducing his wife to his children, said:
“My dear children, kiss this lady. She
is the new mamma I promised to bring
you.” After taking a steady look at
the “new mamma.” little Charlie said:
“Pa, you have been cheated! She isn't
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»
On® Spanish Victory.
Only once in their history as a nation
have the Spaniards achieved a naval
victory. That was at the battle of
Lepanto, in 1571, when, with the aid of
Venetians and Genoese, they annihil
ated the Turkish fleet
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The WORLD'S RECORD,
•For long-distance fast running is held
by the Burlington Route.
February 15th, 1897, a special train
ovet its lines made the run from Chi
cago to Denver, a distance of 1,025
miles, in the unprecedented time IS
hours and 53 minutes. Allowing for
stops, the actual running lime was 17
hours and 27 minutes, and the average
rate of speed 58:| miles an hour.
The most wonderful thing It bout
this wonderful rim is that it was made
without special preparation. Within
an hour after the order for the train
was given it had left Chicago far be
hind and was well on its way toward
the Rockies.
J. FRANCIS. General Passenger
Agent. Omaha, Neb,
Wanted KJoqnene*.
Murphy—Phwat’s the matiher wld
yer oye. Casey? Casey—Oi’ve been
thryln’ to explain to Clancy thot his
views on the quistion of ixpansion war
intirely wrong.—New York Evening
Journal.
How He Proposed.
Ada (pensively)—l hope you’ll invite
me to the wedding when you get mar
ried. Jack (boldly)—I’ll invite you be
fore I ask anyone else, and if you don’t
accept there won’t be any wedding.
Potatoes Prevent Gout.
Gout is rarely known among the
working classes of Ireland. Their im
munity from this complaint is thought
to be due to the fact that their food
consists largely of potatoes.
A remarkable discovery has been
made in Connecticut. By an error in
the statutes it is almost impossible to
punish a man for bigamy. It is not a
crime for a man to be married to more
than one woman so long as he does not
live with his wives. Who knows but
the members of the legislature intended
to have the law’ read just as it does?
Of course, women will see that it is
repealed.
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Every
Day from
Omaha
to San
Francisco
Only
Two Nights on the Road.
Double Drawing Room Sleepers
Bullet Smoking and Library
Cars with Barbershop, Dining
Cars, Meals A-la-Carte.
City Ticket Office, 1302 Farnam.
Telephone 316.
K. J ett,
1825 N. 24th St.
Carpet Cleaner and Layer.
Carpets Cleaned j Paper Cleaned
On the Floor. | On the Walls.
CARPETS RMOOELED. Office 1825 N. 24th.
PROBATE NOTICE!.
In the Matter of the Estate of*
John H. Sullivan, Deceased. i
Notice is hereby that the creditors of said
deceased will moot the administrator of said
estate, before rne, County Judge of Douglas
County, Nebraska, at the Comity Court room
in said County, on the 21st day of February,
190U,0n the 21st day of April, 1900, and ontho
21st day of June, 1900, at 9 o’clock A. M. each
day, for the purpose of presenting their
claims for examinations, adjustment and al
lowance. Six months are allowed for the
creditors to present their claims and one
year for the administrator to settle said es
tate, from the 31stday of December, 1599.
IRVING G. BAXTER, County Judge.
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South and Southwest.
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Leave Omaha every Friday via Colorado
Springs and Scenic Route to San Francisco
and Los Angeles.
Southern Route leaves Chicago every Tur—
day via Kansas City, Ft. Worth and El P;im>
to Los Angeles.
Tlrese Excursions Cars are attached to l ast
Passenger Trains, and tlieir popularity i
evidence that we offer the best.
Accompany these Excursions and SAVE
MONEY for tlie lowest rate tickets are
available in these
Popular - Pullman - Tourist Cars.
For full description of this service and the
benefits given its patrons, address
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UTAH, WYOMING,
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to CHICAGO.
DOUBLE DRAWING ROOM
SLEEPING CARS.
Buffet - Smoking - and - Library - < i '
Superb Dining Cars,
Upholstered • Tourist - Sleeping - ( '•
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Ou October 15th the Union Paciiic
reduced the time of its fast train N<»
1, “The Overland Limited,” 3 lr>n>
and 15 minutes between Omaha an I
San Francisco. Four hour., ami
minutes between Omaha and I-"'
Angeles. Only 57 hours to the I’ac.lu
Coast.
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