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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY APUTT , 10. 1887. TWFJ.VE PAOKS. n
A CARD 10 THE PUBLIC. With the approach o spring and the increased interest man ifested in real estate matters , I am more than ever consult ed by intending purchasers ns to favorable opportunities for investnientnud to ull such would say When putting any property on the market , and advertising it as desirable , I hare invariably confined myself to a plain unvar nished statement of facts , never indulging in vague promises for ( the future , and the result in ev ery case lias been that the expec tations of purchasers were more than realized. I can refer with pleasure to Albright's Annex And Baker Place as sample illustrations. Lots in the "Annex" have quadrupled in value and are still advancing , while n street car line 4 is already building past Baker Place , ndding hundreds of dollars c to tlio vtiluo of every lot. " Albright's Choice was selected by me with the greatest care after a thorough study and with the full , knowledge of its value , and I can- conscientiously say to those seek ing a safe 'and profitable Invest- DHiut that Albrighfs Choice i i * > Voflovs oflovs chances not excelled in this market for a sure thing. Early investors have already reap ed largo profits in CASH , and with the many important improvements contemplated , some of which are now under way , every lot in this splendid addition will prove a bo nanza to first buyers. Further information , plats and prices , will' bo cheerfully furnish ed. Quggies Ready at All Times to Show Property , Respectfully .W.G.ALBBIGHT . . . , SOLE OWNER , 218 South 15th Street. F-X * & efflct at South Omnha JT. M. Property / * * Mia in all farts of tht city. Adornments That are Pleasant , Valuable and Always Instructive , LITTLE HANDS-LOVELY HOMES. A New "Hl h Tea" How to Dust n llooin Apartments Tor Young and Old the Haby. . The Hosi. ' . / / . McUrov. K'er since the human race began The \\oild has sought the coming limn ; And tliou.h lie docs not yet appear , liehold , the coming woman's iiorol And who is she ? And she is , please , Bonnie Uaby Elolso Klolse from hea\en sent To make earth for us heart's content. Turn the brolilcrcd blanket down , ho ! the hair of golden brown I buch a sheen , methlnks , there He * On the tales of Paradise ; .Such a tint the artist paints In the lialos lonnd His haintn hlui'll one day be n saint , Clod please , ISonnlebaby Elolso. Such n deep and tender blue In her uoiul't lug eyes > ou view. Kit's so sliv and bright , 1 tear , Will win lou-is tor the dear ; Of sucheyei the pouts tell , blntrllii , ' of a famous belle blie'll never b a belle , ( iutl please , liuunle baby Elolso. l.lttlo hands , does In je lurlc htrength to do your \\Oman's work' . ' I'aron the wayside Inn Is seen And lout ; the load tint lies between I 1'eiit so tiny , wcie ye born K'er to tread the briar and thorn1.1 ( Sod ' hideIt all , \\o can but pr.iv 1'e may not miss the lurrou way. Wo arn happv subjects all. Jfaby , of jour magic thrall ; hying prone from mom till night , I'roui jour xxe.ikncss surlugeth might ; Wnen you c.imeo ra\o command To your lair hut teeble hand , 1'roviiig it is tnto Indeed "Them a little child sli.tll le.ul. " Uonulobaby Klolse , Ono treat lesson teach n , please , As wo look on 3011 the while , Call \ou pure and free fiom tulle ; Ti-aeh us , dear evangel , teach , 1'reach , dear llttlo layman , pieach If \snuldtlie kingdom sue i'ray jo m.iy beeome like me. Women ami Home. St. Louis Miig.v/.ino : Nothing so helps : i woman through the long weary days of work as the Knowledge that what sue docs is appreciated by those Hho loves and for whom she toils. Think of this , husbands and fathers , and remember that ti kind word is always in season. If , on some morning , the colleo is a shade too brown to suit your taste , do not scold about itj and , on every other morning when it is delicious , say so. Try this way and you will find your coffee , and every thing else , to jour taste much oftener , and , besides , you will give the ones you ought to love best the swcot conscious ness that they are doing their work well , anil giving satisfaction to the one , of all others , they most desire to please , thus inspiring them with renewed energy to strive for the merited reward of kind , apprceiativo words. And BO shall an atmosphere of peace and sweet homo happiness como to pervade the whole house , born and nurtured into beautiful , fragrant blossoming by your own kind \\ordsanddccUs. Let us all remember , too , that the higher and happier our homo life , the more wisely and bettor wo may hope to do the work that lies waiting for us beyond it. A pleasant place to "come homo to" is the greatest energuer a man can have. Then let us strive with an earnestness and constant purpose to make and keep the homo cheerful , in vitiug and pleasant. Evcrv homo should bo brightly and tastefully furnished , froo'v ' if carefully used , and every table should bo regu larly spread with a reasonable variety of good , wholesome ttnd appetizing food. Kconomy is a very good tiling ; but when it degenerates into unnecessary "scrimp ing" it becomes meanness. The very poor are often obliged to stint ; but what their necessity makes a virtue , is really a crime in the comfortably situated. What are delicious things made for if not to be eaten ? The appetite claims a certain amount of what some consider luxuries to satisfy it , and this should bo supplied in a reasonable quantity at the homo table. A craving , unsatisfied stomach is a dangerous thing , whether it is the re sult of overindulgence in improper or the want of satisfying food. Tlic DaiiRlitcr'H Room. , The oaro of the sittlng-roomH and kitchens comes under the management of the grown-up portion of the family , but every little girl from ten years old and ui > winds loves to think that her bed room is her very own , her special do main. wha.ru she may reign absolutely , with nemo to dispute her right. Here , then , is the mother's chance , if she is only judicious enough to turn it to ac count. Encourage the little one by- all mean ! ) in the belief that the room is hers hers to beautify and adorn in any way which her fertile I'.ttlo brain may devise ; hers to retire to when she wishes to be nlono , either to do stern battle with her lessons , or uirl-liM ) , to dream her won derful day dreams ; and hers above all to keep in perfect order and neatness. This knowledge will RO a lonp ; way toward fosterinu in the child all those element of character so essential in the woman , and will be the moans of making her gradually e\crciso her individual tastes and ideas , and thus aenuiro'an interest m domcstio conconiH winch , under other circumstances , she might never obtain. Homo Adornment. New York Mail and Express : A lady well known in Now York society as the wife of n prominent banker , and dintin guished likewise for hur artistic talents , has Invented a new kind of work that Is likely to become popular with those whoso tastes lie in the same direction , and who arc , perhaps , tired .of the con volitional methods of painting. She has imported from abroaa a quantity of the material employed iu the manufacture cf tapestry. Upon this canvas she paints a design in exact imitation of the styl and color of old Gobelin. The effect i romarhably striking , and the observe , seems , in regarding it , to gazn upon an ancient and musty treasure from a foreign oign palaco. The work is done in ordi nary water colors , the tints being , of courfco , especially selected for the pur peso , whllo the drawing can bo copied from any appropriate picture and enlarged - larged to suit the fancy. The sketch should lirst bo made upon paper , then placed over the canvas and the outline ; pricKed through by moans of a ver\ sharp lead pnucil. This Is nnso * ar.y to insure absolute acurury in the drawing as it is impossibliHo erase a line onci made upon the material. A room pan nlt-il with tapestry of this sort innkoi : charming appraranro , though it necus sitntiis considerable labor and expense. A now way of ornamenting a dinner tahlo is to lay upon it R mirror RO lartrt that only a wlito enough margin is letter tor thn plates and glasses of the 'guests The mirror is round , square , oblong 01 OVA ! according to the shape of tha table. On ono ndgo Is a borctor of HOWOM , which must bo of ono kind only. At a recent dinner given in this city the immense mirror was placed on a cover of yellow ( ilk und.surrounded by tulips of the same hue. On the plateau itself were rows of silver candelabra with yellow candles and .shades. A Hooni fur Each Week. The widow of Coloucl TUomas A.Scott , the Pennsylvania railroad man , has built for herself in Philadelphia a residence of llfty-two rooms. She can move once every week In the year without occupy ing the same room for more than a week. How her less famed sisters will envy Airs. Scott. A New Ulan Ton. An "Kmpiro tea , " given by a New \ ork lady just on the cvo of the Lenten season , is still held up as a model for coming hoitesses. The linen was woven with the imperial coat-of-armsof Franco , ( a crown with the cipher "N" ) and a swarm of bees. In the center of the tnblo was placed an openwork silver tray , ( lllcd with purple and white violets ( the Napoleonic symbol ) massed in their own foliage in a bed of African fern. As thcni was little color , the light was high. Six silver candlesticks wore distributed Irregularly on the cloth , and at each of the four corners a low Sevres vase stood , 111 led with the same emblematic flowers , alternating hi whites and purples. Al though it is considered an encroach ment on delicate ground to mix flowers , this hostess ventured to plaeo nt each Plato one perfect Cornelia Cook rose in ail its foliage , and no complaint was made. After Kastcr tlicro are to bo many more teas of a somewhat similar kind , the coats-of-nrnis and svmbols of other countries offering possibilities that will be eagerly grasped. Food i UK tlio Bnliy. Marion Harland : This brings mo to speak brilly on an important head of this subject regularity in the time of feed ing. The differeuco between the coed and the naughty baby turns on this pivot as on anvthinir else. It is not a llxed natural law that a child is hungry when ever he cries. It is quite as probable that ho is too full if lie frets within : < n hour after a hearly luncheon. You can not begin too soon . to have lived pel iods for his meals. Commence with intervals of ono hour , widening them gradually until at three months lie will not expect nourishment oftener than once in throe houivs. The advantages of this s\stein are incalculable. The stomach has time for digestion and rest ; the child is not rendered importunate by the habjt of having .something poured down his throat whenever ho whimpers , ami the gentle , lacteal current , docile to regimen , fills the channels punctually at the rtoht time , leaving the mother com fortable in mind and body until that comes. The sooner you make of your baby's body a well roiiulated machine the bettor for you , for him and the gen eration following. How to Dust a Room. The proper way to dust a room , says a writer in the Now York Mail and Ex press , is to begin with tlic walls. I'in several thickness of cloth over a broom and sweep the walls down thoroughly , leaving at tlic same time all the doors and windows open. This matter of sweeping the walls is important , and should bo done once a week in rooms thai are much used. Then with a damp cloth wipe offtho picture cords or wires , the backsof , all the picture frames , and 'tho tops of'the door and window frames. If thorn is any danger of injuring pic tures or frames with a damp cloth use a dry ono , but wipe them all off carefully. As soon as you can got a good draft which will carry the dust out of the \yin- dow , shako and boat the curtains , whether they bo Holland , lace , scrim or what not , for they arc prime sin ners in the matter of harboring dust. The window sash , sill and glass -.liotild also receive attention. Use a largo clothwith half of it well dampened tor dusting , the dry and being useful to wipe off small articles lh.it might bo injured by damp ness and bo careful that you manipulate the cloth so as to wipe the dust into it and keep it there. If it gets dirty havu a clean ono , and always wash them out and scald them after using. If there are inside shutters to the windows they need to bo cared for almost as tenderly" a baby. A thorough cleaning every week , carefully wiping both upper and under sides of the slats , is the only thing that will keep thorn in decent order. A room Is not thoroughly dusted until all the furniture and woodwork and gas fixtures have been cleaned with the damp duster. Upholstered furniture should bo taken out , brushed all overand then wined with the damp cloth , not forgetting the under side. MUSICAL AND DUAMATIU. Grace Hawthorne is making a great sue cess In London. Fred Wardo is on his way to the Pacific coast via the southern route. Handsome souvenirs are Riven to all at- tendunts at matinees in the east nowadays. Catherine Lewis st.irs next season under the management of her husband , Donald Robertson. John T. Uaymond thinks that "A Gold Mine" Is the funniest play he o\er ap peared In. Mrs. Annie Yeamans Is to receive a benefit on the occasion of her twenty years,1 annhor- sary on the New York stage. Kill'Mllrn has taken a fust prize fora play subtn I tied anonymously amoni ; a mass of otheib to a jury of the Natlon.il Theatre at Beljrrado. Sarah Uernharclt Is such an admirer of Mrs. Lanctry that she went all the way trom Isew York to Philadelphia to see the "beauty's" Galatea. Ten thousand potted and other plants will be used In decorating the Casino , in Phila delphia , and In addition to the electric lights 1,000 , gas jets will illuminate the placo. Illchard Mansucld plays "Prince Karl under the auspices of the Klks , of Utlra , N. Y..OII April 14. and appears for the benelit of tliu Meridou ( Conn. ) lodne on Aurll 2J. There Is an extremely llfo-llke leprcsonta- tlon In wax of the late Henry Ward Beeeher at Tomnlo hall , Philadelphia. A number of tha friends of the deceased minister raine to see It last week , and pronounced it a most taithtul likeness. The climax of the performances of the great Koiepangli show the coming season will bo an equestrian spectacular tragedy of wild western life. No\el scenic effects will bo Intioduced , making a now departmo In urenlc amusomeuts. Henry Irving's leportory for his next American season \\lll include "Faust , " "Olivia , " and "Jingle , " Uueo characters which ho lias not hitherto acted uuon the American sta e. Mephistopheles , Alfred Jingle , and Dr. Primrose in "Tlio Ylcar ol Wakeheld. " Speaking of his Imitation ot the violoncel lo with his throat , u hlcli always causes much applause , Mr. MansiloM , the comedian. S.IM- th.it in his boyhood days ho used to do it , much better than now , but was always roundly ficohlrd for It by his mother , who told him not to bo so foolish. This , from the Now York World , is Urn sort of slush which Is pi luted about Mrs. Urown Totter : "Wl.cn one thinks of this darllnic of society , this ereat beauty ono ol the famous beauties of the age , with a face who n charm ov.uies portraiture and pho tography , belli * at once so Industrious , so thoughtful and so amiable one sees that a new cU'pirtiiio In the luiiiiau race has taken place. " On the picpnsltlon of M. AmhrolsoThomas director o ! the conservatoire , the French government has conferred on Mine. Minnie Hank the tltl.i and insignia of olllcor of the academy. This distinction Is bestowed on the American artiit In recognition of tl.o fervlcci film has roiuleicd to French inuMc.il art by Introducing a number of French ( inerah hiich os "Carmen , " "Mljtnon , " am "Nanon" Into several capitals of Europe and America. Harry I'ottltt , who Is the author of more striking melodramas than any other Eng lish speaking writer , intends paying the btate.sa visit next autumn , liasidcs having wtStten "ThoHlack " " " " Flag. "World , "In the iunks"aiul : "Harbor Llsht ? , " 1'ettltt lias now on tha stocks a new drama for the Atk-Inhl , winch will be produced after the "Ktandlnir room only" blen is taken trom the theater , which Is now en joy In * Its second continuous j car of the "Mtfhts. " Ponrons who lead a life of exposure are subject to rheumatism , neuralgia and I''inWo and will Und a valuable remedy in Jr. J. II , Mc' an'i Volcanio Oil Liniment ; it will banish pain and rob dim inUatamation. I1ONKV FOIl TUB Very small pokes are worn by young adles. Llttlo Hlioife fslanu has 11.000 more women .han men. t Yellow Is , a * favorite Color for elegant negllifc toilets. ' Miss Kate Field has 5100,000 worth of tolo- ; ) hohc stock. , Frlr/o cloth Is very popular for promenade iackets this season. It Is s.ild that 1,000 Iowa farms are owned mid operated by women. Plain vrliets-'nre more fashionable than brocaded for dressy wraps. The newest English hois are of sable fur Irawn together with a coid. iVpple green and chestnut bronze Is a color combination lavurcd In Paris. The bet definition of coldness Is a tete-a- teto with one's mother-in-law. Wide striped molro and satin In dead or : nal white , Is a uovdlly fur wedding dics cs. Elizabeth Barrett Brownlnc wrote her irst poem when she was eleven jearof age. Chinchilla , silver fox and badger fur and grebe skins are employed for trimming even- ng dresses. Ellen Terry has been photozraphed In more han 350 different poses , and Mrs. Laugtry In nero thanUoO. Itoman pearl necklaces nro in favor for necklaces for joung gills. They are exceed ingly charming. Low bodices have no sleeves , but simply a strap or epaulet , embellished with tlowers or bows of libbon. A fashionable woman says with Washing- on In winter and Saratoga In summer she never wants to die. Gall Hamilton says that "a woman of twenty should boas much ashamed of being dyspeptic as of belli ? drunk. " To make the Ullor suit of cloth lichtatid comfortable HIP best of tailors use silk for .lie foundation of the c'ltlro costume. It Isn's right for an editor to keep boring ils readers with mothcr-ln-lavv " igs" merely for the Hake of getting even with his wife's mother. The fattest woman in America ts Hannah Hattersby , who weighs Ti3 pounds and Is fortv-four years old. Jaho eats a pound of candv daily. Watered silks are again fashlo liable. They are shown in dark shades for street suits in combination and in very light shades for evening toilets. Jetted mantles are trimmed with black fox. Alaska sable and Kusslnii sable. The last named fur Is quoted at S" > the Inch when it Is four Inches wide. Skirts this s-casou show but little fullness over the hips , the small panleis seen on the French diesses being cut true to the figure , In no way enlarging it. White petticoats are scarcely worn at all now , except for bill toilets , but there are charming little petticoats of quilted and em- broiuered silk in colors. Debutantes , In accordance with the time- honored custom" , must always weir white , bo the picbcntatlon a festivity , a ball , or the less formal afternoon tea. A Montana woman has killed an Indian while shooting at a dug. It Is not alone in throwing stones at hens that women beat the rrcord for markwomanship. O Sita San Is the first woman in the king dom of Japan to enter In the field of jour nalism. She has been taken on the cdltoral staff of one of the best papers In Toklo. New whlto wool camel's hair , albatross , and Imperial S KO tabries for dressy spring gowns will be trimmed with heavy watered libbon , one and ( i quarter Inches wide. This will be placed in'rows upon the overdress , both front and back. Old silver jewels of exquisite workman ship are all the raze just now In Paris. There are bracelets , brooches , clasps for mantles and jackets , watch chains and beau tiful chatelalnei with three or live chains , and an ornamental book , There Is oho pleasant feature In the fashion news. It Is nDlftnu'cr necessary , In order to be a fominlrift ansel. to rob the birds ot their \vlngsor leathers. This cruel and Indefens ible va ary lias bad a long urn. It Is greatly to be desired that It shall never be rctlved. Bracelets still continue mere circlets from which slnelo stones dnrurln ; others are formed of larso half hoops of brilliants , sap phires , cmrraULj er rubles. Another kind is a narrow gold ciffh chain , set with stones of all colors , that hangs loosely upon the wrist. Wide striped Aatins of rare quality and pattern are veiy favorite materials for evenIng - Ing toilets for young ladies. These striped gowns are made without the admixture ot any other fabric , with plain full s-klrts , but slightly draped over the hips and in the back. It has just leaked out through the state de partment that just alter her marriage Mrs. Cleveland was tendered by the sultan of Tin key the order of the Calipbat , The offer was gracefully declined. The order Is one which is frequently conferred upon the wives of distinguished men. One of the thirty-four bulls that recently stampeded in the City of Mexico Is said tu have rushed Into a house , blasting open doors until he came to a loom where a pietty gill had taken refu.e lu bed. Ho looked at tier , snorted , switched his tall , nud then backed out of the room and made off. Mis. Cleveland Is said to be particularly "bewitching" in tei-Rowns , and a lady who called at tlin white house on the last stormy afternoon and passed a social hour describes her as wearing ono "of black satin with a Fedora trent of cream-white lace , finished at the bottom with ( 'ros craln ribbon of the same shade. " Finger rings have undeisrono a complete change. The old-fashioned clusters aio still seen now and then. The half hoop has dis appeared , , or is rarelv worn , while the long "maiqulso" Is entlioly out of date. Gentle men of eonsldeiable wealth are extravagant ly returning to the old romaii fashion of \\va-iii , ' engraved sapphire * , amethlsts , and rubles. Fine pold necklaces aio ngaln popular tor evening wear on full-diess occasions. Very elegant ones are shown hot In jewels , and there are somo.pretty styles in hue uold ar.d enamel , with a handsome pendant in tront. The "Cleveland' ' necklace Is ono composed of a very delicate gold chain , with a diamond cioss attached. Although these necklaces will bo very popular , there will be.i : choice between the hue tlnead of gold about the throat and the massive dog-collars of gold or stiver , set vvitu gems of varied kinds. EDUCATIONAL. Columbia college will soon bo raised to the dignity of a university. Amhcrst college's memorial of Mr. Ueeeh- er will bo a 830.000 endowment of tlio pro fessorship of physical culture. The Kent laboratory at Yale will , it is said , when completed be the linest building of the kind In the country , anil will cost SbO.OOO. Trained teachers make trained scholars. These are the costs of various college gym nasiums : Harvard , 8110,000 ; Yale , Sl'-iVUOO ; Princeton , SS8.000 : Amhurst Sm.OOO ; Colum bia , 5150,000 ; Williams , 50,000 ; Cornell , S4U.OOO ; Lchlgli. 840,000 , and Darmouth , ' S5WX ) . A line now .building for the medical de partment of the'Western Uoservo has been opem d at Cleveland. Ohio. Over S15U.OUO was given toward the construction of the building by Mr. John L. Woods. The Turkish go\ernment has under exam ination and 8iipoivision a largo school of liv ing languages. The British government Is considering the expediency of Imitating the example ot the Turk , and a plan for tlio es tablishment of such an Institution Is shortly to be brought before parliament. Th universities of Austria , Ilko those of ( icrmauy , hu\c now the largest attendance In their hlbtorv. namely , a total ot iiOOJ. : Vienna has .f.007 , Uray has l.ai1 ! , Innsbruck has bOS , the Herman university of I'razue has 2 , K , tho.Czueh University of Prague has 2.033 , Kraukaiijlms l.liU , emberg 1,11)1 ) , Czcmoultz ImsiilJ , Congress madt ) Its first appropriation for Indian eclnr.Ulon In 18TO. outsldu ot treat ; stipulations. The amount annually was , turn over , quite small until 1SS1. ijlnce that year It has grown larger and larger until It has now reached and passed the million line. The appropriation tor IS83 was 8218,500. for thn current liscal year It Is 81,211,115. The trustees of Hamlln uni\erslty. at a special meeting recently held , resolved upon the erection of a halt of science , to coat about Sio.GOQ. It was also resolved to begin at once the work of enlarging adles" hull. The institution Is In a very prosperous condition. It Is located midway between thn business centers of St. Paul and Minneapolis- SINGULARITIES. On the Joseph UrlgiiB place , lu Graze. N. II. , & fox wu recently peen by four credible wlntse ( to go Into n apple tree and shake of the frozen apples. The tree was perfectly and tu ( ox was about twelve feet THOMASON & COOS' ' ADDITION Lies just south of Hanscom Parkonly 2 miles from the court house * en high and sightly ground. 176 beautiful residence lots. SOLD , 2T Events are shaping that will make these lots an investment of SURE PROFIT. $800 to $1,000 , will Buy Lots Now , but one Year from Today You will Pay $1,800 $2,000 $ and $2,500 , for Them Ten months ago we told you there was big money in SOUTH OMAHA 1 11 Property. You were skeptical and waited , and what did you miss ? ome people say , "Oh ! its all luck , this making money. " Luck to the dogs. Its Foresight , Judgment and Sand , These are the elements that goto make up the sum of pros perity . Tak a square look at the case of Thomason & Goos' addition , who own the 600 acres adjoining it on the south. A RICH AND POWERFUL SYNDICATE Who , without any further effort , could peddle it out in the next two years for ONE MILLION DOLLARS. Do you suppose they are Idiots L enough to do this ? . No ! They will either build or subscribe to A I CABLE LINE and realize three millions from it. " v ! Ate to yourselves , do a little investigating and figuring and Syou will see that there are the "Greatest Bargains on Earth , in lots in this Key tu Omaha and South Omaha. Remember , that this is no washings of the Missouri River , nor farm lands diverted from their natural uses , years too soon , but choice suburban residence property , situated on the everlasting Hills , midway between two cities , that are last closing in to one solid mighty metropolis. M. A. UPTON & CO. Pharmacy Building , South Omaha and 1509 Farnam , Telephone 73 ONLY THINK A depot on the grounds and. a five minute's ride from * JHj& . HEIGHTS Will bring you within 4 blocks of the Union Pacific Shops or Smelting Works. $250 TO $550 "Will buy a home in this addition on small payments and if you study your own interest you will not pass this opportunity. REMINGTON & lYIcCORIYIICK , Carriages to accommodate all 220 South 15th St OMAHA HEIGHTS If you are the fortunate owner of a few dollars and are ambitious to get ox IK THE WOULD you can make a tOint ) by exchanging them for a lot in Omaha Heights , which is not WILD CAT , but a legitimate , safe investment , or wo would not be advertising it. The new Northwestern line will be in operation and a DeDOt established "by August , when values will double. JUST THINK OFIT ONLY 31-2 MILES FROM THE POSTOFFiCE And a ten minutes ride from or to the city. Prices , $250 and upward ; one-fifth , cash , balance easy. Come quick before prices are advanced. CLARKSON & BEATTY , Office open nights. 219 South 14th Street. from the pround. Thosn who saw the fox say he went Into the tree as lightly as n cat. A great ea le Is reported to ha\o been noon recently lljliift over 1'acousett. Conn. , with a live dog In Iw talons. It alluhtcd near a pond and then , being disturbed , releasua tliu 11 OK , which ran limplni ; across tuo meadow j. The bird then sailed slowly awar. It was seen by several citizens who say that It was ot tremendous size and could have carried oil a child as easily as It did the doij. For thirteen years an eagle has made her nestlnacavo near Santa Ilosa , Cat. , and reared her youoc. As soon as they are old enough to care for themselves she disappears and Is not seen airaln until ttia next year. Tbe young do not follow her , bat stay in the neighborhood until shot or driven away. In the spring , when she comes to build tier nest lie tiles directly over the cave for several days , flying a little lower each day until at lut she reaches the ova. After thti perhaps she Is not seen again for a week , ' .vlma aho coines out In search of food. Gay K.llulser and partner , two Kan < ai huntrri , recently lillled n blank-tailed huuk on the Giiimlson river , Colorado , fiat uas a veritable old timer. Ho had : lftenn iironr * on one horn and twenty-live on tlm otnor. They were webbed somewhat after the man ner of a young moose. It N uiitisuil to Und more than live or six prongs ton horn. In some localities this deer Is called the mount ain deer , and although It Is abundant In somn place * little Is dellnltely know by naturmUU of Its hablU. Tim doer was In very poor couditlou and Its moat lee strong to be eateu. A private Httcr from fs'aplei contain * the following : If you Ilkn dohyou will tte plMsed with too annexed : Ai CcrUno a poor fellow who lived Or hawk In IT milk was burlKl under thfl mini of his cottage , i little way out of Ike town. An be usually : H oil on hH ! rounds before 4 a. m. every ono bo- Moved lie wan safe , but he , too , had cele brated thi > onil of carnival by taking a llttlo \vlnn , nnd had slept lato. His large doe , which used to drap the milk cart up the mountain roads , smelt out his master nnd began to scratch away the rubbish until ho laid his master's bead bear , which was covered with wounds. Then the do ; ' began to lick tl.o wounds , but Jlmllng that the bleeding continued , and comprehending tint ho could not dig further , he ran off and Belied by the coat the first Individual he mot , who , thinking tm ! dog Mm mad. gotlnoito and ran Hwuy. Hut a sncoud person , Kumui- Ing what Uui animal wanted , followed hire , and consequently tlio poor milk tnnn was re- 1 t-a I'd from his ilancoroni position. TtM mln.ster Kimala paM lilm a visit anil found htm with his head bound up under a tew with the faithful doc lying betldt nla.