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THE OMAHA DATLT BIUE : TUESDAY , SEPTEMBER 13 , 189(1. (
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8 PEG1RL NOTICES.
iilH fur llu-nc column *
11 III In' ( nUrn titilll IS inn | i. in. , forNl c
cMfiilnir unit tinlll H p. in. for llift
inortiliiK iiml Snnilny rilllloiiH.
Alii i-rtUcrn , lir rr | ii ' illiiK n iiiun-
licroil rlnclf , cnn lianun worn ml-
tlrofipil lo a ittimliPiM'il li-ller 111 rnrc
of TinHOP. . AIIHVXTN no iiililrcnncit
11 III lie ill-Ill orcil on i > runuiitiiioii ( if
I InI'lircli iinl ) .
llnd'fi , 1 l-2o it mini \\rnt \ Inirrlloni
lo n mini tlirrrnftrr. JiollilMK1 tnki-ii
for Iris Hunt U.'io l r llii' Ilrnl Inser
tion. Till-Up flllll-rlNl-IIIPIIIH IIUIHt IIP
rim e < inippii < li ply.
AV VM'KD SITUA'I IONS.
iiv r.xtinninNriir : > runAMr.uv
lianil , referencei ! furnished AiMrcm W II Ili-e.
A C57 1J
VVANTii : > SITUATION 1IY VOI'Nn 1-ADY A l
nmiinl"n | , ran furnlrli reference * Ad Irons
W 52 ! ! A M7GD l'i *
BITI'VTinN WANTHD-IIY TIIOHOTOH KX-
i > i-rlttrc 1 Kro-cry clerk. lic-i t of references
A II M . 131J Turk WIM ( ivp. A7S 11
WANTii > AN 1I1HAV1IO ; CAN THINK or
Home ftlmnlP tliltiK to pntpnf I'roli-ct jour
Idem" , tlicjr mny brlnu 1011 wealth. Mrllo John
AVctldWliuni & Ct > , Dopl V 1'alfnt Attorney *
Washington I ) C for their tl SPil prlf - "ffer
nml a lltt of ZOO Inventions wanted 15 371
\VANTii > . HOYS AND OIIUS TO COljl.KC
ranrollid ntntniis , tiny kind for terms frni
Mainped cnvoloiH : . A. A. Austin , 1'rnv lilpnop
It 1. 1I-.MIS7 13'
\VANTinJ \ AN ACIIVi : MAN IN nVUUY I.O-
tallty lo represent un ( no fortune huntrr
wanted ) , will Eunrnntpe JI500 wrpkly nml nil
pxpMUfH , Invustlgiito nt once , llox r.W , lies
ton. .MiiM ll-MESS PC *
VA TO jiv > AND nxi'KNsi:1 ? I'Aio HAMI-
men for rlfinrs , experience unwccnMry , extra
luduc'mMit8 to cUfttomerH C.ias C lllshni | A
( -0 . HI. Ixiula. II MM > 7 07
S ON UAlI.UOAn COMPANY
work , \ \ > omln , ROIM ! VVIIKCH. frc" fnre. Kta-
mcr & O'llcarn , 1120 rnrnnm street
H 742 lf
SAU .MIIN V1BITINO Tim .liU'iiHY
tn cnrr > our line of silver plated ware on
rommliwliin Aililn-nn lluiue fallveri 147-
151 riflh live. . Chicago II M712 15 *
HAMSMIN : WANTID TO I'.VHHY A Kim :
line fur tlip dry goods trade , none lint \vllc-
nvrnKe. rxperlcncpil ilry RIIPI | < men npeJ nn-
HHir ; lilK ciniiiiilK I < in ! ! Aililim , with lefcr-
cnte. Weber MniiufacturlnR Co , Ottil-osli. WIs
1I-M7CI } ! ,
WANTHI ) . AT ONCIJ. A 1 STOCK 8ADII,12 )
Imnd to the rlshl klml of a innn cm Kl\e
Kond. Ktridy work nt the Konnntr Kiulilltry
On. . 227 IJiiHt Glh St. , fit 1'aul , Minn
lAIcnilS \NTI2I ) AT T1I12 AMUUIfAN IIIS-
cult Co , 12lli nnd lacltson 11 M7 % 15
Avrnn-.rn.MAM2
EMPLOYMENT itunr.AU. ii nonon WANTS
lots uf hotel und urlvutu f.nnllj help Tel. 87.
C SS8 S13
W A NTii-AN : ACTlVn"WOMAN AT J10 CO
weekly lo teiinscnt us Addiess llox & 30S , Hos
ton , Mass C MS84 OC-
. OCsn
A aim. , rou sn _
wet If , 22. ! > DcidRC Bt iJ-G7J 15
\v.\Nni : > . AN fKi > iiiiiNc-ni : : > VOITNO on
inliMIe < IK < < 1 , lellncil 11 < ) > to take cliarRe of
Kiniill rlilMrtn Al o competent Rlrl to do
mcond work , 2301 M Mary's inc. , cnr 24thSt
C 784-in
WANTKI ) , COMI'nTHNT OIIH , TOIt. OHN-
trnl houKcuoiK 1121 hmitti "JJtli uvo.
uvo.C 781-1C
V\AXTII > A ooon r.mu GHHMAN rui
firred J13 fioutli JCtb ht. . near raniiuu St
C 7S8-1G'
WANTKD-CIOOn TIll'STY C.ini , TO ASSIST
In lioii ( .wnik und cam of chlMrui , Klrl eonlil
nttind pcliool Tall on or iiddnis Mr John
K ( Jlilson , 020 Inket. . C M7U7 I5
\\ANTii : ) IIOUSIKIII : iit IN COUNTHY.
mu t l competent nnd mil recoinmeniUd
A II llanke } , Aid i. Ncl ) C M7W !
rou unvr nou.sis.
IIOUSr.H IN AM. 1'AItT.H Of Ilin CITY
O I"1 Davis Company , 1505 Funmm I > 372
. IIINIWA & co , ics N. ivm ST.
U 373
1UN HOUSnS C. A STAHIt. 23 N Y I.iri :
D 371
BTIAM IIIATUD STOIUS ANU I-
Ilouurd llanclc , ugent , 1C10 Chicago street
CIIOICK HOITSUS AND roTTAniis AM. ovin
the cll > , fj to $ M ridellty , 1703 Kariiam.D .
D 376
LIST or IIOU.SUB. Tin : HYiioN
Kec'd Co. , 212 3. 14th st. 13 577
IIOUSiH WAM.ACU. 11HOWN 15L1C lliTII
and Uo U 378
i & bTOitns D.V/UAU , 10 & DoiiKlas
U 246:3
GOOD COTTAOnS , DnSIIlAIII.Y IXJCATI1D
cheap ; 8-rooin house nenr business , 7 rooms ,
modern , 541 S 27th street. L. S Skinner aKcnt ,
J10 N Y J.lfc. 0-M,7 ! )
FOH IHNT , riNi : MODIHN TI.ATS. I. NOI
liliiLk , WC S UU strtet 1) at')53 S20
1'OH HUNT. 10-UOOM IIOUSU , MODIHIN.
jiolfcit icpalr 712 N. 19th nt. IJ-MIM
7-IIOOM HOtlSi : , MODlIIiN. 2rO CIIAHUI.S
ntrcct : nUoroom cotliiBO adjoining Apply
to O N Clayton nt Wab.mh oilce : , 1415 rnmuin
utrect. n-M2 l
I & B-IIOOM IIOUSU , 830 bO 18 111 STHI3KT
I ) 29lj S2S
1-HOOM UOlTKiS : , ClIHAl' , 1IU9 MAUCY
U in 517-2C *
CCl'lli : TENANTS TOR lOl'K IIOUSKS ItY
lUtlns with llobblna ISth K. Kannin
] ) C31ls
iN COUNIU : n\T. 2401 I.KAV-
enmil li jt. n-MOil 010 *
_ _
rou ui T , A oiioicn. niiTAriinn MOD-
cin U room lioiuc. No. 2J2D Capitol aic. . f IS 00.
II H ItobUon. -6fi
rou m.vr : ri UNISIIID oit ii
huufe. 8 looms , modern. Wi 1'ark n\nuc
i-nu
3 ItOOM COTTAlli : , S I ! AND CI.MIKi :
i'OH HUNT , 5-HOO.M OOTTAll 13. 2STH AND
nil mini Htreot Inquire Milton Hosem Nina.
14th nnd I'm mini 1 > " 10
: iiN nousn.
SUM 1'leice nt. _
3H 8. J3TII HT I.IN1) .
D-M751 1J
. roTTAii : rnoM OOP
Jiiil. peihapn longer , full at outer 1'Ci" .South
lOlh kt U-M77J 13
roit HINT , TINI : MODHIIN ruiiNisnnu
Imuko fur \\lnt' i1 01 luiibui NO N .Hnl t-t
D 7k'j ' 16 *
nnsT. A 11 XNTISOMIII.Y
thric-Hloiy brick , modern ilm Hint , ' . lit'i '
I'uinam * t . lental. JlilOO pel inuiilh Appl > to
\V 1) ) MelUi' . Ml l t Nut I Hank IIUI | ! . _
rou ui\TriiuMhiini ) HOOJIH.
riniNi'smiii HOOMS rou IIOUSIKIII'INO : : :
fur man und wife Kent tuktn In bojrd 31tl N.
17. i
riJUNisiiuu UOO.MS ITOS DOI-OLAS
Htieit U-M61I ) 15
mum : NICI ; PUUNIHIIKD IIOOMH. MOIIT
iiouktktiiiinif it : s. utii. i-oi-i ;
a wo ruiiNisiiri > IIOOMS roil I.UIIIT
liuusektcplng , nioilcrn IOWJ Cnsn
ruitNiHinni ou uNnjiiNiaiun ) IIOOMS ,
ultli 01 without board. I'M Cap ate
i : sins : o
: on 3 riniNiHiini > IIOOMS rou
ux > N Kill j-MiV4 h *
ItOO.Mb AMI 1IOAIII1.
riio.NT IIOOM WITH AI.COM : , ALSO mm :
room , ( , oed board , lx.at lucutlun 111 city 213
H. Kith it T-J5I-
N1C1J UOOMS. (1OOU DOAIII ) . HAll'.H UKA-
nululili' , Irunsknt acccmmodattd 'llio Hciau ,
StfM llmncy 1' Mj7a8i )
itOOMS W1JII I'.OAHI ) . S1KAM 1IKAT Fro !
pla , 1721 Umtnpurt at I'-CM U *
ruuNiMTtn ) IIOOM AND HOAUD IN j'ui-
> ate fumll ) ; rtfimacit , 1O N 2oth
I" M 720 1C *
NICK .s'Oinil IIOOM. GOOD LOCATION. WITH
bouid tMl Dolljlim bt. I1 M7i7 IS *
IIOOM ANU -
front > iilte of room > , inltable for three or
four gentlemen , I.'OUO pir month i-ncli 2310
' -M7W II'
DKSIHAllI.i : SOliril IIOOMS WITH IIOAUD
201 N , Utn. _ y-M7S ( 15'
NICK IIOOMS ANI > 11OAHD. SOU I > OUOLAa
V M7 l ) ! (
iu : > 'r AMI OKIICIS ,
.A d 1I111CK bTOlti : HUILUINU. 1011
. _ . . . _ . . . , thira Murlec and bn em nt. will alter
to ult lununti luh out. Ill Ul Nut'l li'k tlJj.
I Sly
un > TsTonis AMI orricns
< Contlnu .l )
FOH TIENT , TIII3 4-Stot\V \ 1STUCK DIJlLfJINO
Bl tl * Kftrruim nt , Thli bulHIiiit lin a fireproof
cement bnnement , cnrnplcte Menm heating fix
tun > . water on nil noon. gi , ttc. Apply at
fie oftlc * of The Ic ! < 1 910
TIIK I-OUIl STOUY AND 1IASI.MKNT , 11IIICK
building , at 1211 Howard etreet , 'ultnlilc for
* torn BO Bid commlmlon , or nmuufncturlne Inw-
lne < u. H NallonnI tmnK I ISO
Afin.M'S WANT nil.
I1IO MONEY IN LATEST CAMl'AION AND
comlo bnttonn , 600 kinds , liottom prices : box
snmples for dime CampilBn Supply company ,
91 Arch Street , lloslon. Muss. J MDtl
AOKNTS. MAKU $800 TO II ? 00 A DAY 1NTHO-
iluclnir the "fomet. " Hie enl > tl 00 fn p shot
cnmern mndp , tlie Krentent sellrr of the ccn-
ttirj . KMieral nnd Inpal iiRpnln wanted nil mrr
the world , PxrlunUe tcrrltorv , write totlay for
tenn nml Bamples. Alkdi Cllpason Cn N 21 ,
IA ftotfo Wli J MC7 < 11
t'AMI'AHJN 1M5HTIIAIT ) * M'KIVLIIY llllYAN ,
Talmrr 22xS , tno colors , II25 ppr 100 lltlt-
tiini , lindRei very cheap H.irtl.i ) ft Co I'ln-
clnnntl O J M79Z 20'
AVANTnil TO HUNT.
WANTKII. A ruuNisiinn iiorsi : rnoM october -
tober until Iiil } . or longer ; repl > Clifford W.
Smith. 1320 rnrnam st. K-S72
I WILL 1'AY W O TO JS'i HO A MOVTlt foil
n well built mod'rn seven i < " to imi e wllliln
easy wnlklni ; dlitnnic uf bunp"3 ! i > rtti nif
town Addren W Co DPP K 712 14 *
HTOHAon AND WAiiiinotmr co ,
905-510 Jones Cenernl storage and fornnrdlni ;
M IS I
OM VAN & STOHVai : . 1113 I'AIl'M THI. IV.J
U : S2
_ To i\v\ .
WANTii-TO : HHNT OH Ill'Y COIIN CHIItS
In eastern Nebraska or western lown on line
of rnllwny , stale Inritlon , cnpntlt > and terms
Address Albert Wilson , Itoom 42 Itnllrond
bulldln ) , ' , Denver , Colo. N M7C7 IB *
WANTIID TO lll'Y TWO SiroNl-HAND :
IKIII ! nnd one bllllnrd table In wrltlnc Btnto
pi-Ice , will imy caxh Aiblreis 1 * N Moulton ,
12i > - | S nth st , Coiler Itnplds , laN
N M701 IC
FOH
ron BAi.u. S-HOOM ruiiNisiinn HOITSK
nnd house for rent , all modern Improvementi
nnd first clnss nelRhborhood ami cheap rent.
No tiadei Address U 7 Ile O 272
FOIL .SAMS IIOUSKS 'AMI AVACONS.
Y TALKS cAiiniAo'ns ,
phaetons , bottom prices. A. J. tilmpson 1409
_ Dodge. P 3S4
3 ituooins , $23 TO jco , i 1'iiMrroNS i IKIM
J35 to $75. 2 mrrpys 500 to fiO-4 family : nr-
r ages H to lllift 3/infir open road nr t.a
O IVuninionil CurrL'ip | Co. , ISth and ! ! irnu )
P-M370 S30
roit PALI : , A TKAM or IU.ACIC CMIUIAQK
homes can be seen nt.S2Ql California St.
. . I--40- ,
FOIl \I.nMISOnLl.AMoijS. .
IlIIST HARDWOOD 3IOQ AND CIIICKUN
fence ; nlco "ull wire. " C. R Lee , 901 Douclas.
Q-3S5
rou SAM : , srocnc i"3XTUHns AND MA-
chlnery of the Consolidated Coffee Co. , 1414
Harney St , nt private sale. Auction Sept
22nd of ulnt rcinnlns unsold Call for list nnd
pr'ces , also manufncturlns building nnd line
bitt on track 2Sth nnd IJojd Sts , Omnhn
_ J. H. _ Dumont. Itecclvcr Q-43S
A 1'INi : CIIICKLHINO UPRIGHT PIANO
only fid 00 Pine Stone & . Oi uprleht , tU3
Some other uprlKhtH , JI10 00 I'lino * to nut
Win II. Schmoeller & . Co , 318 JlcCisue bldft
712-
CI. VIHVOVA TS.
MRS. MARY rillTZ 1 , CLAIRVOYANT. S21 N.
16th. S M44T 1C-
MAShAGK , IIATIIS , K'l C.
MISS AMHS. VAPOR IJAT1IS. MASSAOi : ( W7
H 13th Ht . room J T MMS O7 *
MRS DH LiON , ELECTRIC MASS VUU PARlors -
lors , refreshing and curatl\c. don't fall to
call 417 S llth st , upstair * . T Md/i 13 *
MM13 .SMITH , 1121 DOUGLAS STRHET. 211
Hour , room r. mabbute , steam , alcohol nnd
stilpliurlue baths T 734 U
MISS VAN VALKUNIIUHU DiSTIlOYS I'UR-
mancnlly by clcctrlclt > guperdaous hair , moles ,
% \nrts , etc. Room 410 , N. Y. Llfo Ul Ic :
U 3S7
nill S CUTTING ACADEMY
wanted , 100 ladles to learn system. Mrs. G
Shelter , room 303 , Karbach bile U M3SS
RUPTURE CUREIJ ! NO PAIN. NO DIITKN-
tlon fiom bUHlnesi ; we refer to hundieds of
patients curtil O i ; Miller Co , 307 N Y
Life bulldlnar , Omaln. Neb U SD
SAVi : MON12Y I1Y OO1NO TO DR SHYMOUR
for jour dental nork , half rates next thirty
dijs S33 North 24th Bt U Mlill S23
UATlis MAb3AaKT MMK POST , SIS'/i's 15TH
v ieo
_ _
VIAVI. IIO.M15 TRKATMI-NT FOR UTIUtlNl :
troubles. rhjslci.ui In uttendincc. Consulta
tion or health book free. 310 llio bUlf.U
U "JO
TAKIN nritiNo
competent liltsm and ph > slclms In ciaise ,
Infants adopted Mrs McOmbei 1503 Onrllel I
nve. ICitnsis Clt > . Mo l'-M794 15-
aio.vnv TO LOAN nnAi <
ANTHONY LOAN A. TRUST CO . 315 N Y L
Quick money at low rates for choice farm loans
In lown , northern , Nls ourl , uasti.ni Nebraska
CITY LOANS. C. , A. > 'ARn , 023 N Y L1PB
MONKY TO IXIAfJ iOV. ; > IpllOVUI > OMAHA
real estate llrenm , , . , . , tpvo Co , Paxton block
' 1 l- ' _
- W3a3
LOANS ON IMPROVED i UNIMPHOVii : > CITY
uionerty. W. 1'arnam KinHli . Co , 1320 rnrnnm
W-304
_
MONHY TO LOAN AT LOW RATKS THK
O I' Day la Co . 1505 1'arnum Bt W 333
IXANS , LOW RATUS. IIUIY , 901 N. Y
ntOM jioo UP. r. D. WUAD , ic & DOUOLAS.
\V-243-S23
MOMJV TO IOA.CUATTILS. .
MONKY TO LOAN ON I'URNITURB , PIANOS
horses , wagons , ito , at towes f rate In Utv.
no removal of hoods , xtrlrtly cunll.ltiitlul ; )0u
tan pay the lonn off nt ivny tlmu or In any
amount. OMAHA MORlQAUi : LOAN CO
306 So IGth St.
X-300
MONKY TO LOAN. 30. CO. 00 DAIS , Tl'RM-
ture , pianos , etc Duff Qieen , roon 8 UnrKcr blk
X-3J7
IIII.Sl.NnSh CHANUnb.
TOR SALU. A110UT 2,000 LUS MINION TYPP ,
700 11)3 ugiili , 150 pair two third cat.cs 41)
double Iron stands for two third tases This
material w.is use ! on Thu Omaha Ilee and is
111 fairly tool condition Will bu sold ci np
In bulk 01 In quantities to suit purchaser
Appl > In person or by mall to 'Iho IVo Pub
llshlns Co , Omaha , Neb Y 7
} 55 ANHIlAQnKKKIA NUT INCOMiITH :
I2CO Inverted , > afe coiitirvatlve , urojiicttus ,
proofs frvo. F Duly , 129) Llioadnny , Nnv
- . - - '
roil SAM : . A FIRST CLASS iiiibTi RANT
lunch nnd short oidir one hhxk toulh depot ,
will sell .it a bargain , Mrs. Me. Iloone luvva
Hex 070 -M72i 15
I\-CIIA.N ; ic.
ixR SAM : OR I\CIIANOI : i OH LAND OR
merelmndUe. | luo < ) stock Implement Jobbing
house. Addrc-us V. C. M , lltti olllco , Council
llluffs Z m
A JU\\ILL : HANOI : , ooon AS NUW. WILL
tiudo for good fresh cow Addrt&s X Z. Ike
/ -M J 17
roil S\LI : RIAL : ISTATI : : .
IP YOU nisiiin TO ITUC-HASI : PINK VA-
runt proper ! } , c'leup loin or houses und lota ,
foi cubh , or mi vn > iafey tcruii > , du not fall
tu iio the l'ldellt > ' 1 runt Co bouthouit corner
of Hta bulldlnir Their list U lurgc und they
rjcumniuul nothliiir but bargains. lie M971
FOR SAM : , CIIKAP , UHAUTIFUL COTTAOU
i rooms , summer kitchen , hard and t > ot (
wattr , fcood brick cellar , lot 3JiU7 eait front ,
purt cash , balance S per cent. 810 N Sltli
Blrnt KC-3'JJ
A11STHAOT8. THKllYHONRiUD COMPANY
Rli 338
FARM LANDS. C. K. HARRISON 9U N Y ,
Lite. HI : pia sis
1IUIU3 13 A SNAP-
: lot * Mllliiir ) unear Hamilton et , and a
lot vn Went I nvcnvvorlh , all for JUH ) .
J W. Robblna. ISth anj 1 arnum t
tUK
UK M7S1 22
MHIICIIA > T TAIM1II.
MAX FOailL. MKRCHANT TAHXJR AND
Kteam rlearrr , will remove to banunent uiultr
Uerman Sailngit banU , 2 > uiuil > r l t. t l VJ7.
2C9-S-27
11ANCIMJ SCIIOOI , .
MORANIVB NOW OPKN FOR t.AI > li : < 7 OHN
tlemen , children nnd prlrnt * classes For par
tlculnrs nnd terms please call , Uln Hnrn > ti.
fSO OU
IIIJII.DIMJ AMI LOAN ASSOCIATION * ' .
SHARIIS IN MUTUAL U A. II ASS'N PAYS 6.
7 , 8 per cent when 1. 2 , 3 yrnrs old. nlnnn r
deemnble 1704 Fnrnnm St NnltlnBer , Pee
403
now TO orrr A HOME'OR sncuiu : GOOD
Interest on mvlnjfs Apply to Omnhi I , * . II
Ass'n , 1704 Farnam. O M Nntllnccr , See
401
SIIOUTIIM > AMI l'n\VIUTI\O. .
A. C VAN SANT'S SCHOOL , DIS N. Y. LIFi :
400
AT OMAHA RUSINF.8S COLLKQK , K.TII AN'D
-MllJ S3
\KIMI.
Mill A Illt-K HAS HlIMOVni ) HUl IHF. S
from Shecley block to 1701 DnuRlns
-MPt :
i p
FfRNITflti : PACKKD. FINISH ] : ! ) , UK-
pain * I , mnttresseg made nnd renovutcd Tr >
Wnlkln , 2111 Cumlng til 131 COS-
PA\V.MlROKr.lt .
It MAHOWITX LOANS MONUY , 418 N. 16 ST
401
CAITAIN P MOSTYN DCTKlTIVi : AOKNCY.
all detective work caicfully nnd piomptl ) at
tended to , J10 ICnrbach block , Omntiii. nnd tlC
Ronnoke llldff , Chlc.mo. M CbS Octl
.MI'SIU ' , AHT AMI LANCH1 Vii : .
ni.OCUTION PHYHICAIi CULTURn , MRS W
N. Dorwnrd , 023 N. 19th. Cuttings from stand ,
nr 1 authors M594-2S'
onoiioi : F biL.uNnnci : ; . RANJO AND
guitar teacher. II 412 Uee Illdg Ttl 23S
100
A FINi ; CHirKKRINa UPHIOHT I't\NO.
only JKTi 00 ; line Stone . Co uprUht. JI45 w
some other utirlkhtH , } 110 00 , plunni to rent
\ \ 111 lain H. Sclimollcr .V Co , 31S McCnguc
Dlilg. 712-
Tin : rnoi'i.irs nihi'nxRAm , is : nnrtsi-x.H
Pt , never fulls In dNcnses of women , Kl\f
piotnpt relief \ \ Ithout dangerous operitlttn ,
2 > jears' exiterlcnto. 75" > 21 *
nsTKR'i ? INGI.I < ; H PINNY-
ro > nl Pills ( Dlnmond brnndt are the best Safe ,
reliable Tnki no other. Send 4c stamps for
paitlcuIirH "Rcllif for Ladli H " In letter by
return mall At druggists Chlche ter Chem
ical Co , Phlladelphli Pa Mention 1ec !
M7 > 3 1 ;
ORSnS PASTURED. 7HC nilMONTH. T.
Murrav M110-S 11
SI3WIMJ MACIIINnS AMI Sl'I'PMHS.
NiW HOMi : HOUSEHOLD. WHITE AND
Davis Sewing machines Olllce 1914 Capital nve.
M2J9 S24
LOST.
IXDST. A CHATALANE UAO CONTAINING
purse nnd money. .Snturd.i } nlgnt , between loth
tt Fnrnam htto 1C .t Hurt SI" , b > n work
ing woman Please leive the snimnt Model
Steam laundry llth & Dodge fati , and receive
lewrnrd Lost 7i3-14 !
RAILIAX TIME CARD
I.cnvcs lUUKLING IW i JIO Ilivnn ( Arrives
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STORMS OF FORMER DAYS
Notable Tempests that Hive Swept tb
American Continent !
THE HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER , 1015
1) < "V MMlntril tin * Mlnntlc CoiiNt nml
Ili-nrcil VllulitIMI' " nil lluOcrili
Vliicli In tin- Stories nf the
"Olllvftt lllllllbllllllt. "
The.ro is an element of { ruth In the cyni
cal declaration that wp'lako a subtle and
tmcolifcsscd delight In , the griefs of our
friends A like philosophy teaches us that
we have a curious prldfe'lrt our national ca
lamities Wo may thcrj b a'st of the current
year by reason of Its dcsfuctlvo | winds Al
ready nearly 3,009 persousihave been killed
a record surpassed only OHCO before In the
last fourteen years. Thfc'rVcord of such mor
tality back to 18S2 is Ji's ' follows 1S93. 410.
18D4 , 51" : 1893 , 4.4G2 , 1S9&148 , 1801 , 2.13 , 1M > 0 ,
1 22 , 183'J. ' 163 ; 188S. 547 > 18ST , 1S3S ; 1SSC , 272 ,
US , " ) , 111. ISSi , CSS ; 18S3'f.09 , 1SS2 , 3CS Thus
1S91 leads with Ito total o\ \ more than 1000
It Is too often asserted. Indeed , commonly
believed , that the west tjs- peculiarly prone
to teinpcstLous winds Ccttalnly , 11 Is a fact
that the extensive plains favor cyclonic dls-
tui nances lleyond this , however the west
Is not distinctly liable to gales , as may bo
demonstrated by an examination of our his
tory. Another asset lion , equally frequent
and equally Inaccurate , Is to the effect that
the changes in meteorological conditions
hnvo rendered our country subject to an In
creased number of severe winds In recent
yeais It is obvious on a moment's consid
eration that unnumbeied tempests may have
taged In the unsettled wilderness of this
continent n few gtnerntlons ago , though our
loconls have no account of them. Hut , leav
ing this apart , wo find In the early history
of our country the story of gales as violent
and as numerous as those of any latei
period.
The New England memorial of Morton
contains an account of a terrific gale which
came upon the Plymouth colonists soon after
their landing It began % eiy suddenly and
with excessive violence early In the mornIng -
Ing of August 15 , 1633 This wind "blew
down houses , uncovered divers othera and
divers vessels were lost at sea It caused
the seas to swell In some places so that
It arose to twenty feet , right up and down ,
and made many Indians to climb Into tiees
for their safety ( ' ) , blew down mnny hun
dred thousands of trees , and caused a dieml-
ftll loss of life "
There were other storms of extraordinary
extent and severity In 1723 , 1S04 , 1818. 1821 ,
1S3C , 1S41 , 1831 , 1859 , ISfiO and 1SG9 The
storms of September and Octobci , 1809 ,
were particularly dibastrous The Octobei
tempest covered all of the territory bounded
by Nova Scotia and the Mississippi on the
east and west , and extending from the
northun extremes of Canada to our cotton
states The rain fell In torrents for forty
consecutive hours. According to the mark
ings of numerous rain gauges , four Inches
of rain fell In twenty-nine hours , then In
the six hours following more than three nnd
a third Inches. The total rainfall for the
forty hours was no less than S 0 > Inches ,
and this astonishing amount over a vast
aiea. The floods thus occasioned ate
unparalleled In this country The loss of
property amounted to mnny millions , nnd
the destruction of human llfo was fearfully
large For n long time travel was an Im
possibility within the stricken Itact.
A uncoun imnAKnu.
Dut the greatest of gales known to this
countiy vvas that which occurred September
23 , 1S15 J.i'lpcd by the amount of property
and thi > population at that time It was I e-
jond question the most awful storm Ii *
American annals Moreover , It v.-ns distin
guished by peculiarities so marked as to
make It unique No other tempest exhibited
phenomena at once so atfftil and so surpris
ing This tempest dcvasfatdd all New Kng-
land , although the leariieij , men of the time
weto nc'.cr able exactly tb determine cither
Us limits or Its center. One contemporary
account of H said that It'wajvery violent
nt places separated from oie another by con
siderable Intervals , the ; intermediate places
being much less violently1 aflllcted It was
evidently cyclonic In part , though by no
means wholly so In m'sjiy Instances its
O3urs < ! through forests.1' was clcatly marked
as if the trees had bcfti Cut down for the
making of a road. This result was caused by
the progress of a povverful vortex , the great
body of the atmosphere being comparatively
undisturbed The wholjf extent of the con-t
line was subject to its devastation , and ita
tavages extcndeJ Inland throughout the New
Unglnn'l states , i-lthough ( he western part
of Vet mon t suffered little. Hut even far
ther to the vest , alopp the St Lav.rence
the storm raged with the utmcU fury It
Is a slngulai fact that the wind became violent
lent thus far to the nor'hwcst. at the same
hour as along the coast , despite the fact
that this would seem Impossible from the
direction of the wind
Prof Farrar's observations from the lati
tude of Hoston show that the gale vvas lire-
ceded by a rain for twenty-four hours , with
n atrong , but not extraordinary , wind from
the northeast. On the memorable 23d day
of the month , early In the morning , the
direction of the wind changed to the east
H then became gusty nnd the rain de
scended In Intermittent showers Ily degrees
the wind shifted toward the south The rain
almost censed , but the wind continually
Increased In violence The unsuspecting cit
izens of Hoston vi ere not aroused to any
appreciation of possible catastrophes from
the storm until about 9 o'clock In the morn
ing. when the chimneys began toppling
from their houses and petsons In the htreet
v.eto forced to lice to escape harm from
this tlmo the gale grevIn power until half
past 10 , anJ then for an hour It raged with
ilieadful force The wind veered from south
east to south and the rain ceased. The sky
was flecked with clouds darting across the
hcavuis at tremendous bpecd , but in the
spaces between the sky showed a serene
blue even when the hurricane was worst
These who witnessed the scene dcclnicd
that the lower air was of most remarkable
appearance , It was much darkened by the
unusual agitation , being filled with the
leaves of trees and the like light substances ,
which vvero raised to n great height and
there whirled about in eddies , instead of
being diiven directly forward as In a com
mon storm The rivers raged ami foamed
like the sea under the tornado and the spray
was raised to a height of sixty or n hundred
feet , In the form of thin white clouds , which
vvero drifted along In a kind of wave form
llko snow In n violent snow storm Trav
rlcrs were driven hack by the force of the
wind and sought security behind trees and
fences It was impossible for the stoutest
man to stand firm In a place exposed to
the full force of the wind. The pressure
of the wind was that of a lapld cm rent
of water Voices , raised to thu loudest ,
were not audible a few feet away.
TI1U ANGHY OCEAN.
The water rose in Hoston harbor far
above the hUhivatcr maik two hours bcfoio
the time for high water , as specltled In the
calendar. U waa Indeed most fortunate that
the wind opposed thcitlde To this fact
can bo at ti United the escape of the port
Irom nn appalling calamity Had the wind
and lido worked together they would have
wiudght stupendous destruction There
was , however , enough of disaster In the wind
alone Hews and blocks of heavy structures
were leveled to the ground and most of
tlioso which remained 'standingvcro un
roofed. '
One of the most apparent evidences of the
gale's vigor vvas exhlbltod In the number of
trees prostrated The like has never been
seen on this continent All roads were
blocked Thla was truft' ' not only of those
through the forests but'aUo of those In
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
iltit a
tit IT
the open countrr , where the trees which
bordered the hlghivnjs were so often thrown
across them that they were. InipRssnble In
all the toAns , from Hoston to thn smallest ,
the strcpts beam ' garbage arons So com-
Iirehen lvo was the wind that It gathered
the autumn products ( mm the gardcni and
spread them broadcast giving the village
thoroughfares the air of dissipated Togo-
table markets. .
Hoston lost many of Its magnificent trees
Some of those xvhlch were overturned meas
ured from eight to twelve feet In circum
ference. Throughout the country giant oaks
vvhlrh had borne the brunt of centuries'
tempests and had hardly wavered were up-
tooted and their magnificent trunks twisted
ami shredded The ancient nnd esteemed
pe-ar tt'ee , the pride of Ilnliver't. Mass , which
Governor Hmllcott transplanted , was left n
luln liy the Iconoclastic wind The great
elm of Chelse'a was another victim Thla
lordly ttee vvas seventeen feet In cltoum-
ferencc and contained among Its branches a
pavilion In which thirty persons could sit
down together The apple trees , which In
those da > s vvero the pride of the towns , as
of the c'ountrj , wcte generally dcstroved
In the town of Dorchester there were 0.000
of them blown down
Rhode Island was exposed to the tem
pest's full wroth In Providence the loss
of life vvas fcaifttl anil the ilvstiaction of
properly amounted to many millions. The
vlnd thorp came up the river dlrcctl ) . with
out mi > obstacle to check Its course. The
result vvas the'gathering of n massive tide ,
v.hlch smote the place with the resistless
enurgv of nn avalanche The vessels were
carried on It high over the wharves , to be
wrccKed and left sttanded here and there In
the cl'y streets
llAIinOU WUKCKS
A careful account of the evcnti theio
states that earlv In the morning the wind
was northeast , but at about S It shifted to
southeast , and aoon began to blow violently ,
continuing to Incicaso until 10 , when II
became a hurricane1 All was now confusion
and dismay In llio exposed ti lon The tldo
Impelled by the tempest live-mown ! the
wharves ; vessels broken from their moorings ,
were In the stiuam , and their fastenings
nt the wharves vu-re seen driving with
dicadful Impetuosity toward the bridge ,
which they pwept away without n moment's
check to their progress , and pas ed on to
the head of the basin , wheio they drove
high up the bank. Kvery e\ettlon to pin-
toot property v.as rendered futile bj the
violence of the wind , the rapid rlso of thu
water rind the fulling of trees , Indeed , these ,
with the crashing of chlmnejs tumbling
upon the houses and descending Into the
streets , together with tiles and railings from
the tops of buildings. , < nd many other
Bpccles of dangerous missile living through
the nlr. tencdorcd It perilous to appear In
the streets All consideration of propert >
vvas soon forgotten In the more linpottant
one of self-preserv.atloii The tempest raged
with IncreiMngviolence , the Hood vvas ovet-
vvhelinlng the lower parts uf the town
stores and dwelling houses were tottering
on their foundations and then , plunging Into
HIP delude blended their shattered remains
with the vv i celts of vessels the whole passIng -
Ing with It resistible Impetuosltj , In full
view , on the cm rent to the head of the
cove , to join the accumulated mabs of simi
lar wrecks. Ily this time the watet on the
v cst side of the rivet had risen nearlj to
the tops of the lower windows of the
houses nnd boats nnd scows struggling
with the maddened elements , were seen
removing the panic-stricken Inmates , and on
the cast side an awful torrent rolled through
the main street , by which boats masts ,
bales of cotton and Immense quantities of
ptoperty of every description vveio driven
along with if > s > lstlors force. All the sp.tcc1
was now one wide waste of tumultuous
water. It was such a scene of widespread
ruin and desolation as beggars all desci ip-
tlon vessels of all kinds nnd In every po
sition , blended promiscuously with car-
ilages , lumber wrecks of buildings of every
variety , furniture , and tens of thousands
of fragments from far and near all told
the story of universal havoc and destruc
tion.
tion.At New London , Conn , at 10 o'clock of
the 23d. the tide was running four feet
higher than It had ever been known to
rise The water ran eight feet deep In the
streets before the Inhabitants realised the
peril that threatened A curious phenom
enon of the storm occurred here After the
gain subsided there wns a succession of
lively showers , but the rain that fell was
salt
In the small village of Acton the damage
amounted to $40000 , nearly the total of the
value at that time At Stonlngton , Conn
the tide rose Fcvrntecn feet higher than
the hlghvvatcr mark , and every vessel at
the vvharvrs was wrecked. The whole e.v-
tent of the Xevv nngland coast was one
long line of disaster , countless vessels goIng -
Ing dev n The tempest raged flercnly off
Tape Ilattcis. " , off the Capes of Delaware at
Sand } Hook , NanturkPl Shoals Capo Ann
and on , and In the Gulf Htreants
nui.v IN TIII : COUNTRY.
The gale's deeds In the Interior were like
those on the seiboard A long strip of conn
trj in the Interior van subject to the wind's
evils the breadth of the strip being slxtv
miles A current of hot air characterized
the wind at a distance frnm the ocean
The phenomena of the storm wore molt
mnikcd on the coast The effect of the In
rolling lulno v.as such that all the grnps
v.as killed Not one green shoot remained
after the passing of the floods , nor did any
appear until the following spring , v. here the
herbage v as found to l-o of a new variety
where the sea-v ater stood In the hollows Us
pernicious Influence killed the trees and the
wood turned dark Cedar , pine and oak treev
vvero the most sufferers from the brine A
llko destruction with fovv exceptions was
the lot of the plirnbu and liushj/i which be
came stibmoigrd
The work of the flood was supplemented bj
that of the mist The mist vvhlrh rose and
moved with the tldo vvas berne far Into the
Interior b > the wind's power It wad
ivafted thrnuch the air In such volume and
density that it was llko a driven snow
through which It vvas dlmcnlt to distinguish
objects close nt hand The effect of the mist-
clouds on the verdure and foliage was potent
After the storm It was found that the vcr-
lure had been blighted exactly an If by a
keen frost
Not thn least of the pvtlfj occasioned bj
: hls peculiar tempest was the scarcity of
'n h water n'ter the retiring of the waves
The coast Ir-st thn use of Its wells and
Kprlngs Irosmuch as all of them vvero suit
Men and beasts were forced to depend for
water tn dtlnk on that which could bo trnns-
lorted from the Interior Drinkable water
iccaino a luxury and a subject for commer
cial activities Thu saltish quality of the
water continued commonly , until March of
ho > oar following a period of lx months
It waH olserved that for a number of yeais
a lo'ig term of dry weather would cause
the wells and springs to become salt again
The following hat. been deteimined as the
couise of the gale The hurricane hnd KH
origin In the West Indies , whence It moved
loi'hward at the rate of tvvelvn or fifteen
nllca per hour Prom St Darts It took n
ourso wezt-northwcst to Turk's Island , and
iy a curve cotiven tn the west , on to llod-
on , nearly on the name meridian Ilefoio
the arrival of this hurricane at New Hng-
lend , that devoted region had been expert
encltig a stiff blow fiom the northeast for
twenty-four hours.
II I. < iiil.nl lIKi > It.
Chicago Post The light comedian and
ho man who did heavy tragedy had met for
ho first tlmo In several months
"H Heeins to mo that I heard Bomewhere >
hat > ou started out for a hummer season
with a new tragedy , " said the light come
llan.
llan.That
That was right " admitted the tragedian
mt there was nothing In his tone to Indicate
that the question brought up any pleasant
nemorlt'8. "I had what I conslJirul a very
lOAtiful play , and > ou know what I can do
n a good part "
Of course , " raid the comedian. "I sup-
1010 jou vvero able to move jour audience. )
without trouble. "
"Well , " replied the tragedian , rcflec-tlvely ,
'I guess } 0ti would have thought > > o If } ou
could have bcou the way I had to
TinCiiiiKlii \V ) ,
AtUnta Constitution : "Hollo1" said the
oter to the lllllvlllo election manager.
' 10 o'clock at night and the polls bllll
OJIC'Jl ? "
"Yes" sighed the manager , "very urgent
"
cage
"Why. Iho lawdon't allow } oti "
"Tho law behariged' " cried the manager
Major Jones hain't voted ylt , an' he bought
ntivrillu \ ycUrday , ai' sent word ho win
i-ccmln' I hain't got a thing ngln the law ,
mt self preservation's the fust law cr na-
urn , an' I'm a jell preservationist ! "
CATERED TO THE INNER MAN
An ! Won His Waj to the AfTcctions o
Prominent People.
STORIES ABOUT JOHN CHAMBERLIN
ClinriK-trrlMlt-N of the Notcil llt-N-
liiiirant Ki-t-licf mill lilt ( im-ntx
UN Afiilf Pnliid- . Ills I'tiKcr
Ni-ric ami Ollior O.imlltlrt.
Countless nnccilotcs nro rclatcil nbotlt Ihc
latt * Joint Clintnticrlln , the notril tcstatl-
rntUcur \VasliliiKtoti His iH'rsonnl iitmll-
tles ninl the rcl.itlons IIP hoUl for jonrs with
the promtnont men of the country nl\o them
peculiar Interest.
Tor the past tlitrty-fhe jenra proh.alilj
no man In the United States II1 , oil bi-tter
tluui John Chambcrlln , relates the New.
York Sun. Itaa 'aIs boast that he coiilil
eat notlilnR that was common or hull }
1 ookctl Ho careilery little for fnnc >
tllshoa , niul ho positively abhorred the
Trench spices and Brnxlcs which most bon
\lvnnts dote upon He contetuled that Ihe
plainer the foot ] was the better. Ills Idea
waj that the main thing to dovas to ne
the AITJ best the market afforded , nn mat
ter where jolt had to send for It , and after
jott got It , then the thing wns to have It
prepared In such a.ay that people would
net ur forget It Mail ) people ha\u Imagined
that Chamherlln must ha\e hud Ktench
Looks In h's ' chtahllshment Not so The }
\vero genuine Americans , all born right
In this tonnlry. They were negro women ,
who hail been trained under the eo of the
proprietor.
In M > bt at his Now York place , which was
In Twcut-fifth street , Just across from tin *
old Hoffman house there wits n noted game
of pol er. It occtined In the hitHcinont ,
where the gaming was > gemrrlly carried on
A well Icnoun citizen of Washington who
then llMil in Now York vvns an ov-tv. lines *
of what took place Scaled at the table
were John Chamherlln , Sheridan Shook , lien
Wood and nnothci man whcs.o name has
l"soil out of the memory of the narrator
of the story Some good ham's ' were out ,
and theiovr.s llkowlso lively blulfing going
on Ho saa that before the winning hand
wau called exactly $100,000 In cold cash had
been plated on the table. John Clumherlln
stood out to the last and vvns called b } Hen
Wood , \lio won the pot The writer's In
formant cannot remember j lint the handa
were , but sa > s th" } were ( obii ones , ami
that Chamber I in showed a ( ? rcat deal of
ner\c. In thcso ilnjs he liai ) plcnt } of
money , and ho plajed curds us iiuitli fet the
lo\o of the game as ho , d.d for the money
that might be made.
A HOOZn TASTI3U.
Mr Clmmbcilln Iiad a wonderfully acute
taste , whether fcrlamls 01 liquors , nnd It
has often been said bj his friends that even
after he had mixed dilnKs and taken a great
number of the-n through the night or du >
It was m\t to Impossible to fool him This
was pretty well Illustrated at the Ilcllevtic
hotel In Philadelphia the winter before last
T\\o of his acquaintances from Washington
jaimttred Into the cafe and found Chambet-
lln sitting nt a tabl all alone. He lnul a
fuvv mcments before ordeied what he called
at his own place aVaem "
"Sit down. What will } ou have , bos9"
was his gieetlng
"What are } ou golrg to drink' " was
asKcd
"I h.iva ordered a Waxcm ; but. they do not
know hoto make them In one place in a
thousand. "
The two friends took the same. Hut before
heir order could be given the waiter re
turned with Chambcrlln's drink. Ho tasted
it , and shoving the glass aside , said to the
waiter :
"Tal.o tbl thing back. I distinctly told
jou to reuuest the b.trkceper to usu Ply-
inou'h gin and Hall in vermouth In this
cocktail Ho has put In Holland gin and
Trench veimouth , and 1 would not give 10
cents a bundled for such concoctions. "
In a few in I nut CM the three dtlnks were
biought , and as lie unncked hlu lips the
famous hotel man remarked :
"These utc all right. Nobody can fool
"
me
Ju t. then the barkeeper came Into the
room , brlrglng the bottles with him , ami
upologlred to Chambcrlln , adding
"I did not know it was yon , Mr , Cham
bcrlln. You must LXctlse me Wo have n
lilg rush todaV might fool aomo people ,
but not the man who Is so line a Judge of
liquors. "
Late one night , at his own place In Wash
ington , Ch.imbcilln at at a table vvith a
number of the most distinguished men In
the land Ho had been having a good time
socially , and the drinks vvero oideicd freely
Several of those present noticed tliat wllliln
an hour the boat changed his drinks no
fewer than seven different times llo would
( list take plain vhlsky and water. The
next round his drink would ptobably be a
cold apple toddy Then hoyolilil ordei a
hot Stotcb The. next might bo Scotch und
club t > oda , and thru ho would call for a
hot npplo toddy One of the gentlemen
began to remonntrate with him about like
this-
this"It
"It seems to mo , Chaiiiberlln , that you
would bo afraid to change youdrlnl.s so
'
frequently " ,
"There never was a greater fallacy than
that. " exclaimed Chamber ! ! ! ) , "Tho way to
obtain the best effettH of jqup ( iHnka Is to
mix them Change them frequently. Jt Is
all tlm Bamo thing. Theie is Just HO much
alcohol in each one , and you get the ef
fect , no mutter how they are taken "
"That Is all well and good , " EHld one. of
the party , "nm It arums lo me that n
man Is likely to fet pretty full If ho fol
lows } our advice "
"Get full' " returned Chamherlln. "Why ,
I never saw a crowd of you fellows away
fiom home n rou nil u Ublc late at night
with any other Idea than netting loaded. "
TANCY miCKS.
Chamberlln's charges for what ho served
have been so Invariably high that the fre-
qnentcia of the place , and pai tltnlcrly lilb
friends and cronies , have for years made
It a point to joke with him on the price
list , and many stories have been told on
this line. On one occasion he nuiil to a
group who pretended to bo com ilnlnlng
"Let mo tell you fellows n thing or two
I Intend to keep my prices up If I beni
of "any other place In the woild that charges
us much as 1 do , up will go my prii-i-s again
Suppose I were to sell two drinks for a
quarter' Why , It wouldn't bo two weeks
bcfor ever } Tom , Ulck anil Harry would
bu i mining In here. They would lomo In
with the Idea they might sco prominent people
ple , and eveiy d d one. of you would quit
coming hero "
On n hot day In August , a few year * ago
Colonel John 11 Fellows of New York , yieldIng -
Ing to the ( ante liu Iiad acquired when he
lived In Arkansas , vent Into Chamberlln'H
and naked for a good III ! of buttermilk and
coin bread The faro was the very best
in that line that could have been procured
and the colonel demanded an extra order
When the- bill was lendered ho dlncovctcil
that tit amounted to Jl.hO Mec'ttlng Cham-
beilln a fuw momentti later the ex-congress
man said
'John I have always hcaid you are a
great robber Look at this charge1 'Iho
Idea of making a man pay $1 80 for butter
milk und corn bread1"
CMambcilln. always ready for any emer
gency , replied as quick as o Hash
' Well , If you Now Yoikers will come Into
my placu and call for things out uf seanon ,
you must expect to pay us liberally or the
liouso can't be Kept up "
Sevcial yearn ago Chambcrlln was at Nor
folk , Va In company with a well-known
naval ofllcer 'Ihoy dlseovtrid a man on u
wbarf who had for Halo sixty very flnw uhail
It wan an early catch , for very few of Ihe
fiuli vvero running In the jjtieams After In
quiring the price , which was 10 * u.nu a
head , ( Jhamberllii said
"You Imvo Just exactly sjxty I will glvo
you SO cents apiece and take the. whole lot "
The bargain was closed , and the shad were
shipped that very night on the boat on which
rhiimberlln and the ofHccr returned to Wash
ington. Ite-meberlng the purchase , Ihe
naval ofllcer the next day went t Chambe-t
llii's for his dinner Ho thought with great
relish of the shud he was about to eat and
calculated that ai them \\c-ro eight good
vlnglo orders , or certainly six In a flali lie
would probably have tu pay something llV.ii
25 cents for the ibid , When Ills bill vvau I
J bronchi ho discovered that the chftrRe was )
75 cents , A day or two Inter ho met the
proprietor nnd remonstrated with him about
as follow s
"Now , look here , Chnmborlln , you ought
to be ashamed to charge such nn outrageous
price for one order of slmd I never could
have believed It especially as 1 was with
you when you bought the lot from the
fisherman "
1 You are n very unreasonable man , " re
plied Chamberlln "I never met anybody
like you 1 did not charge you n cent for
the shnd t gave It to you "
"Onvp It to me ? " ejaculated the naval man
In great nMonlshmcnt
"Yes , gave It to Mitt Why man you
didn't pay a rent for that fish You pabl
only for the conking and the vvAiling , nnd.
not n rent for the fish "
delating the Incident omo d js later to
several of his friends , Mr Chninborlln rc-
mnrt ed
"It Is astonishing what peculiar \lews
some people have Now , that friend of
mlnn dries not take Into consideration ttio
fntts that here 1 have to pav nn enormous
rent , keep the plncn running In the middle
of summer , when the receipts are far below
the expenditures , bave the house carpeted
from top to bottom nnd run It on exclusive
lines so that none but gentlemen shall
route A nice mess I would have of It were
I to bring prices down lo the level of Iho
ordlnnv * plnce "
C'ttlUNO Till : ONION 1IKKATII
riiivmberllii enjoyed Immenselv n remark
that was made some year * ago by the cele-
titated ( "olonel Dick Wlutersmlth of Ken
tucky about the high charges for which ho
was noted H Is a story that hns been
told from one end of this countrv to the
other nnd it has also traveled to London
ami 1'arls to say nothing of the number
of times it wa printed In newspapers when
It was comparatively new nnd fresh It
reems that a young Kentueklnn with plenty
of money was spending n few weeks In
Washington during the gay winter season.
Ho went Into fashionable society nnd vvas
exccedluglv fond of cnlllng on the ladles ,
One evening he was to br- one of n theater
party In which some of the lending belles
were Included When lie ami the colonel
sat down together In Chamberlln's the
ynunr man snld
' How I would like to take a whack at a
nice porterhouse steak smothered In onions !
Hut It Is out of the question I nm afraid
of the breath It might give me You know
I nm going to the theater with some charm
ing ladles this evening"
"Have no fear my friend , " chipped In
the colonel "Just go right ahead and have
vnur steak and onions When vou get your
bill for the meal you have ordered It will
tnko your biealh away"
CANVAS11ACICS
John Chambcilln vvas discussing his fa
vorite subject cnnvnsback duck und ter
rapin with a group several years ago , nnd
hid expressed his opinion of n man who
would date to cook n duck more than sev
enteen and one-half minutes , when Francis
Gibbons of Haltlmore remarked that the canvasback -
vasback had a fictitious value anyway , and
that lots of them cnmu to market nnd were
sold with the ordinary variety without anyone -
ono being the wiser
"I tell you what It Is , John , " he snld ,
"I cnn go to Titlton mniket. In New York ,
nnd buy all the cnmasbacks 1 want , but I
wouldn't have' em They're not half as
good as mallards "
Chamberlln turned on the speaker with
that peculiar commlseiatlng smile he had
when he felt certain of his gtound , and
said "Well , Kinnk , old noy , v.e'll forgive
you A man who has eaten corn pone und
drunk boiled tea nil his llfo cannot be ex
pected to know any better I guess your
KnHon market ducks arc mud-puddlo
drakes "
"Hut Til Bend you a pair as soon as I
go to Now York , " said Gibbous , "and I'll
get them in Pulton matket , too , and have
the dealer ship them "
"Honest Injun' " asked Chambcrlln.
"Yes , honest Injun , " was the reply. "I'm
going to New Yoik tonight , and J'll buy
them tomonovv. "
Suio enough , thtcc days thereafter a box
maikcd "Two canvasbnck ducks , handle with
care , for John Chambeilln , " was delivered
In Washington
There weie three , or four congenial nplrlts
In Chambcrlin's when the box WBH received ,
and it wan opened with Mime llttlo cuiloslty.
Inside , on top of a paper-covered package ,
vss a note , which read as followj
"My Dear Chamberlin Hcii'nio the ducka
I promised They were bought In Fulton
market for $1 50 the pair You will observe
that each hlid him bin back covered with
a plcco of canvas. I think I win the ban-
let "
Tlio package was unwrapped nml disclosed
two inther scrawny-look lug domestic ducks ,
but the piece of canv.au was not on their
backs at all , hut on thiir breasts The poul-
tiy dealer , who knew both Chamherlln nnd
Gibbons , plajcd that little trick himself ,
and hugged hlmscT with satisfaction when
Gibbons ennui down to him ami Indignantly
c'isplayel n dispatch from Chambeilln , which
i e.Tl
"Ducks tectlvcd You tic mistaken In the
species They uro canvas bellies , and not
( nnvns backs Ihe cuilc will open them
with an ax , and wo will open your basket
with eclat Yours , CHA.MHIIULIN. "
CAHR POli HIS GlinSTS
Whllo John Chambcrlln loved a harmless
practical Joke , he would not toleinte any
thing that would wound the feelings of
stra'iger or friend , and ho was constantly
watchful to prevent novvly-mailo acquaint
ances from attempting to emulate him , at
the expense of the eomfoil and sometimes
the aalety of others.
With the expectation of receiving Chnm-
lieilln's approval and creating a reputation
.as n Jokci , n prominent polltlilan with inoro
money than refinement ( if sentiment , pro
cured a 1-nlf do/en laige und llvily lobsters
and tlul t ) em so they ionic ! not escape In u
bed u In re an equally untoflncd fellow-poll-
tlclnn was to nleep In Kieat glee he con
fided In riinmberlln , who Immidlately sent
a puller In the mom , with Instructions to re
move the lobsters mid leek tlm door of the
iiai.tie.il Joker's room , after placing his hag-
s'UHu In the lull
A clerk came out on the plazra and handed
the politician ! > ! hill
"What's this' " ho unke.il "Ain't I good
Tor this amount' Why , I could buy the hotel
If I wanted to , John "
"Well , pcihaps you could" replied Clinm-
lierlln , "but you. can't buy mo with It I
.jiiess you In-long down whcto they consider
It real , genuine sport to souse bridegrooms
n horsetiouglni and to tie tin pans to dogs'
: alls. There's tlm place to play your lolntur
trlcltB , not hero "
The politician paid his bill and hnd the do-
( cncy to keep away from Chamhcrlln'a for
ever theicaflcr _
IN-i-fi-cl U'n n uf lllNliii- ) .
At the last meeting of a Ilrnoklyn sociul
club u ill.iCiitiHlon was started conciMiilng
the font perfect women of hluloiy. Jlohntnet
loclared these wcio Aaiah , the wlfo of
I'haioah Meni'pththuh , thirteenth neil of
llamusej II. Tills was the king whoso ntory
s told In J-xodu.H , befnro whnm Moses ap-
icaic-d and on whnm fell the plagues Hit
wife forsook the Egyptian faith and for thli
wab cruelly perscetited by her htislmnJ Tha
xecond pcifcU wonmii , aLCorniiii [ to Mahomet
hemet was me Virgin Mary , a Homcwlmt
singular ailmUsion fiom fcnc.ii a Nourco , al
though , an Is well known , Muhomet always
lirofesBod admiration for the Christian if-
Union TJio remaining two wcro hlt > own
wlfp , Khadljuh. wham he oxalic" ) us a prin
cess among women Pho vma a vvlilnw when
lie mairlcd her and c-oribldeiably older UMII
the prophet The fourth named wan ) IH |
laiiKhttr , the well Ix-loved Totlma It vvaii
hardly to bo expected th.it Jlrooklyn club
women would cgno with this ancient entl-
iniite , and the names propounded for Ibla
toner vvero widely iHnetmllar both n to tlmo
und fccrvlce Ono gill gave the Vltgln Maty ,
KlUabeth Kt Ursula nnd St L'uUlla , to
which those with Icis icllglotis blaa Htroii'jly
objected Another list was Antigone/ , Queen
Mcunor , u If D of Kdwurd I of England , Mine.
Itolund und Martha Washington , which
thows a deckled preference for great his-
orlea ) figures A third member headed thu
lit with the name of hei own mother Thu
suggestion Is made that such a discussion
night provo inte-ri'Stlii ! , ' when dayu are dull.
I'llit-i-N to llrlnlc Ai- < - I'li-nl ) .
Somebody baa figured out that there In a
lace fui thu salt ) of Intoxicants to cvprf
evenly five Inhabitants in Tramp Urlnk-
ng ' liqueurs' In colfe-a Is on the Incrcaua ;
nothers give thi'lr babies thli drink at an
early ago Still It in doubtful If any ribbon
irlgude will UVLT get tlto car of thu Jolly ,
can less French Kvui 'Wonnwouii" vvau
cad and toiu'd abide with a uhrug of thu
tlionlden.

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