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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1898)
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of The HIT. Aiifitvi-r-n " > nililrofiini
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3o n mini h -nftcr. . .NotliliiK luUci
for Icflx limn S.-if for Mir llrxt Inner'
tlim. 'Ihrii' nilvvrtlKViitfiitft miiM lie
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AUU. ir i ii'i. - , ' . -.w . . . . . . . . . . - - .
withe * | K < sltlon cmlilcr or office work. JJC8I
city irrvienirei. Addiess F 18 , lie * .
A 554 9 *
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work : i.rsV'ut'Vift'renrc. . Adjics * F Z4. llee
Ofllce. - _ _
A " TTlVlinl7oi7rvF" ( COMPETENT MIDDLE.
nRrrt Americnn lady deslrcn n | .oltlon as boute-
kpeper in prlvalo family. Address F 2S. _ Ilec
olllce. A MJU C *
\vi\'nn .MAI.H ! " ' < '
CVNAS nitTTiTT KEOirDEltS : NEW I.tNMJ
of work , no heavy Kiwds to carry ; salary or
romniml lon. O , F. Adams Co. . jl So.
HAI.ESM V.V FOIl CIOAU8 , 1125 A MONTI ! AND
ptpviifiii , old llrm ; experience unni'Ci'Stnry ; In
ducements to customers. C. C. IJI.ihop & Co.
St. Ixiuln. 11-417
tin"vliNf.tKNT | : POSITt nNH. ON'T PHEPAllF
f r tiic po tllio ! or other civil urn Ice exninlnn
tlon without fceltiK our illuxtrated eatnlosue
of Inrnnnatlon. Sent free. Columbian Corrc-
p indriK-o College , \Va ; ilniloii. " , .
"jjj , , j
MEN TO U5AHN HAIl'lEtl TIIADEAVEtl- :
ttKH time Ijy thH system IK 'wo months ; can
lay limner If necessary wlthmit extra ex
pense. pan earn board anil valuable experience
by Hatunlay work In shops ; Iw i years' apprcn-
tlrrshlp derved In two month * by constant
pr.ictlcn , nxppft Instructions , l tures. exninlna-
tlon * diplomas ba'lted liy stain charter ; "tab-
llshpd In9.1. . Inrorporalpd ' 07 ; cat.ilonuo mallei
fice. MolPr System Harbor School * , Chicago
nnd flt. houlit. 1I-M..1UC'
wT TEoTliiDiNn SADDLE MAKEIIS TO
work on ( rood Block saddles ; pay highest wages
nn.l . will Klvo steady work to KOO.I . mechanics.
l > nla' > n , Fisher. llroekmann Co. . Minneapolis ,
Minn. 11-M527 8
WANTED. SALESMAN TO SEIA OtMl
ucls ; no charge for outfits ; we are manufac
turers. Thp Phoenix Oil Co. , 1J57 Euclid Avc. .
rievcland. Ohio. "
r.\ 1 ' ! : It I ENTBI ! ) S A I NSM EN IN IKON. HEAVY
hardware. M-hlclM material , w.-od stock. inlnlnff
Riippllcfl. ptr. , for Iowa. Npl-rnfkn Mlnnr ota.
Mliourl. Kanwio. Idaho. WnihliiRton. Klnl. .
Montana Wynmlnir unit r.iliriirnln. Ad.lren.s
1J II. care l/rd & Tlioniaa , riileiKo. H' ' . ,
AVANTini. KAITHPtTb I'EfWON TO TIIAVEL :
iialary J7S1) nnd xppn p : rnf'-renpp ; Inrlnse
F ir-ndclrc > K il envelope. The Dominion fnni-
piiny , ( lilr.-iifo. 11 M.s ; i *
C.i7vloilNiriJNT T'OSITIONS - DON'T 1'P.E-
iiarc fur th iimtiilll ir other civil service
rxamlnalli n wlthnit FPI > ) IIIC our llliiKtratoil
ralaloirtip of lnfnrin < ttlon ; spt frp.Colum -
hliin Ciirri-Hiiondpnco Colli'Ke.Vaslilniton ,
pt p < 11 A" . S ( ! i *
WANTKD I-'HJIAI.H II15I
101 OIIU.S KOH AU. KINDS OKVOI1K : ' , TO
J7 week. Tnnndlan Ortlce , 133 Douiilaa.
W \NTED. A fOMI'ETENT OIIIL KOIl OiN- :
enl lioimenork ; call In forpnoun nt 1IW9 Soull
:6th el. C-MM1
GIIlT. OKNEIlAIj HOUSBWOHK. 113S S. 31st.
C C30 C
WANTED. C51HI. KOH QENEHAI. HOUSE-
work. 1024 Turk AVP. P M5C4 C'
Frrco rm7itsE OK iTiTiTss CIJTTINO FUME
IF H Tailor ttystem taucht. Slate anil loca
niicniti wnnlpil 1'rof. W. .1. Marshall. Keneral
travellni ; n ent. now at Hotel llrunawlck.
WANTED. UNEIinnrTc WOMAN TO TItAVEI.
on wilary to Bft intents for superior line or
( . ) di. Cornet & Shirt Works , Ann Arhor ,
WANTED. I.VDY BTIlNOOHArHKIl AND
lioohkwpvr ; wtalu wanes uxpeotcd. Addresx ! ' 20
, , . C M3S1 " . '
JjADY WITH TACT AND EN'EUOY TO
travel for o'd ' eftatdlshPd firm. I'ornianent ; $10
per mo. and expenses. / . care Hoc.
I.'OH HUXT HOIISKS.
' ivi-r OKS Ai.i.ovnit
city , > j to $73. Kldfllty , 1st lloor N. Y. I.lfi > .
IIDI'HKS WALLACE. 11HOWN III/3CK. 16TH
and Doiisl.ia D 4M
: LIST. M'CAGUE. 13TII AND DODGE.
HOUSES , KLATS. GAIIVIN 1IIIO.S. . 1013 KAR'N
HOUSES. J. II. SIIE11WOOD , 423 N. Y. LIFE.
D IS I
HOUSES IN ALL 1'AUTS OF THE CITY. THE
O. F. Davis Ounpany , 150.1 Farnam. D 153
HOUSES. HENEWA & CO. . IQS N. 15TH ST.
HOIISIW. ( "OTTAOES ft STOKES ALL I'AllTS
of city. Ilirnnaii & I vu Co. , 213 So. Kith.
8-IIOOM HOUSE , NEWLY 1'AINTRD AND I'A-
pprpd , ll N. SSthAve. , $13. Fidelity Trust
Co. D Ml 70
HOUSES. STOIMXS. WEAD , 1GTH & DOUOIS
D 211 F2 <
HOI'SES. STOUEH. 11EMIS. I'AXTON IILK.
AN FI.RO V N'T MOD HN 9-IIOO.M UIIIfK
ilwrlllni ; . R"3 South 2Rh. ! J30. Applv W. H.
Mplkl-.v l t Nat'l Itk. hid. D-M303
roil KENT. NINE ItOOM HOUSE ; PON-
venlenl. moilern , homelike : lies ! rpsMi-noe dlM-
trlrt ; few inlnulpi' walk from nn tollpp ! ; l , rn
If desired. Inaulro ) X. Y. Life hiilldlnir.
NI1W rOTTAOE. MONTHLY PAYMENTS rol
Ilei' Illili } . D M551
K'OHT-IIOOM rOTTAntJ. 2.-.2I IIALF-IIOWAHD
s'r el. D .173
fiEVFN-IIOO.M HOUSE , MODEHN. NI5AH
park KJD S. ! Sth. D-Mlvi
GOOD Illtirix IirOMJNO HOt'PE OF 13 UOOMS
on par 1'no ' In Cnnnell MlnffH : low rent to Rood
party. H. O. McGee , No. C I'carl Ft. . Coimell
Illiiff.1. D-MMO 0
I.-DU ituxT I'MMtxisni-n. itnoM.s.
FOR KENT , NEWLY FUHNISHED UOOMS ;
reasomililn prices. 2121 Dod e. E M5SS
i'UUNIfiUED HOOMH , 237C HAHNEY ST\
1 -MISD F22
TWO LAIK3E ItOO.MS FOU GENTLEMEN. 411
N. 17lh. 13 M349 K5
yilltNISIIED 11OOMS. HOUSEKEEl'INO. 2fJ3
Ht. Miry' : . E < W Fi (
I'LEASANTLY FUHNISHED HOOM' . MOD-
ern. Ml So. ! Mh St. E-G1G
FUIINISHED OH UNFURNISHED
rooms In moilern house ; one block from car
line. CIS North 23,1 St. E 510 4 *
KOUTII ItOOM. FIHST FLOOH. ISJfi ( 'AI' . AVB.
E 5IS61 lfl
NICELY FUHNISHED ItOOM WITH HAY WIN-
dow. heat und tr.i . ii Soutli nth St.
linOMR , LIGHT HOUSEKEEl'INO. 1313 DOUG-
las. E--M5S1 5
MODEIIN SOUTH UOOMS. KM WI9KK AND
up. DH N. 19th. i E-M5rC 11
IMIUMSIIKl ) HIIO.MS AM ) 1IOAHI ) .
THE MEHHIAM. FIHSTC1SS FAMILY HOtel -
tel , Uth and Du.lnu Sl . F--4JS
T\VO NICE UOOMS. ! 8 DOUGLAS ST.F703
BTEAM HEATED ItOOMH WITH HOAHD. 2003
Hartley. F MSM I'll *
UTOI'IA. 1721 DAVENl'OUT ; THANSIENTS AC-
coniino Inleil. F M709 F17
11ANDSO.MI1 1'AIIIXmH EN SUITE. SMALLEH
ruoma , Kood board. The Uosa. 2024 Hartley.
ruuNisuEi ) UOOMS , WITH IIOAUDJ HOT
wntcr heat. 240J Ca > St. F SIO F5 *
ROOM AND HOAltD , 23 > ) S DOUGLAS.F331
I3MX1ANT FHONT UOOMS. STEAM HEATED :
llrnt-clnm board. 190V Capitol Aw. F M5U 6 *
ri'HNIKHED HOOMS WITH I1OAHD. ! C13
Douulan. F-M5I9 C
IN I'HIYATE FAMILY. WITH OH WITHOUT
board. 1019 Dj.l e. F-M5H *
WELL FUrNiailED F110NT JIOOM FI
rlipd hocrd , modem boute ; trtercnea. 81 !
North 19th. F-MW2
HOOir WITH HOAHD. CHICAGOMB74
t " -MB74 II *
WANTED. SIX OENTLEMKN
2 ) S S. 17th St H-M5SI
roil nixr _ iTonis : AMI OKPICUS.
Onn larKo corner n .in. Zd floor , with % nult ami
private offlce. wati > r , etc.
Ono larso front t-noni. M tloor , divided Into two
looms by partition , water , etc.
Ono lars " corner room. Id door , wltli vault ,
water , etc.
Ono front room , divided by psrtltlon , 3d floor.
One corner room , with vault , 3d flour.
One Jarcc r-m. 3d floor , nlth parlltlon dividing
It Into one larRC room end two unaller prlvatu
room § ; water , eto.
Two large ground lloor room * . frontlnR litn St. ,
Severn ] unmll looms on 4th floor , with vaults.
All theye rxims are healed with fleam , electric
IlKlits , iupplled with first-class Janitor service.
Ele ator.i run day and all nluhl : bulldlnp
strictly fireproof. Apply to Superintendent ,
Hoom 104 Hoe building 1-108
FOH HENT-THE 4-STOI1Y tlHICK HUILDINO
nt 310 F.iinnm SI. This bulldlni ? has n fireproof
remeiit bosemenl ; water on all floors ; sa < . etc.
Apply at the oflloe of The H e. 1-910
FOH HENT. DESIv HOOM IN ( HIOUND FI/On
oillop. llee bulldlns ; water , i-team heat , elpctrlo
llshl and Janitor not vice. Apply to Superin
tendent , llee bulldlliK. 1 197
I'ACIFIC STOI1AGE AND WAHEHOUSE CO. ,
fiOJ-Oli Jones ; general Hornse. and forwarding.
OM. VAN & STOHAGE , ISH'.i FAHN'M. TEL 1559
WAXTHII TO IIUY.
r WIHII TO I'unciiASE THE LETTEIIS ic ,
W , < J from Soda Mint gum : , tate your price ,
either singly or for all. E 49 , Hoc. N-I3J
1 > OULTUY l'I3N EACH LIGHT HI1AUMAS
nnd I'artrlilgo Cochins ; have pen S , C. lltimn
I Cliorns ; will sell or trade. Hex IIS Mlllard ,
Nob. N-M-A7 " >
FOH SALE , HAH FIXTUUI . INCLUDING
cash icglstcr , also kltrhen ranse , dining room
fables and chairs. Apply to E. A , Troulman ,
ExchaiiKP hotul , South Omaha. O M379 7
KOIl S.\I.K 3II.SUI-3M.AXKOU9.
FINE WHITE SAWDUST FOU FLOOHS , ETC. ;
ponnut for Ice , nt $3.73 l > er cord. Tel , 45S. SiOl
Douslas. U 4H2
FOH SALE-TWO HLACIC WALNUT COUNTers -
ers , 23 feet long each , at 1403 Harney. Meyer &
Haapki ? . ( U 571
MASHAfiK , H.VTIIS , UTC.
MADAME SMITH. 113 NO. 13TH ST. . STEAM
and alcohol barhs. . T SMI Fl
MME , AMES. MASSAGE AND 1IATHS. lti23Vi
Howard Street. T-M44J
MIIS. DH. LEON. ELECTHIC MASSAGE HATH
parlors ; restful und curative. 417 S. llth ,
upstairs. T-MI43 FC'
MME. HUISSON OF PAUIS , CIIIUOI'ODIST ,
medicated baths and massase. 107 N. 12th St.
T-537 Ml *
1'KHSOXAI , .
VIAVI FOH UTEHINE THOUI1LES. 315-8 I1EE
; physician ojitsultatlon or livulth l ok Itea
I1ATHS , MASSAGE. MME. 1'OST , 3I9',4 S. 13TH
U 1C I
CI/XTIIES CLEANED. I'HESSED AND HE-
pnlrpil ; day or nlKht ; dreiw suits for hh- ' .
I'anlorltim , N. E. Cor. llth and Farnam. Tel.
903. U lilj
HOW TO IIECOME LAWFUL PHYSICIANS ,
pharmacists , V. D.'s , dentists or lawyers. Lock
box 190. Chlc.-iRo. U 7IS F12
1'HIVATE HOME FOH LADIES UI2FOHK AND
during confinement ; bab'.es ' adopted or cared
for. Mrs. M. J. Ludlow , 2202 Clark St. . Oninlm
U 901 F 19 *
ANY I'EHSON IN DOUGLAS , WASHINGTON
or San y counties who has any claim apalns't
mo will please call at Weir's place , near South
Omaha , where I can be found until March 1 ,
1S9S. John Nnth. U 983 Ft-biS *
1'IUVATE HOME FOR. LADIES I1EFOUE AND
dtirlnir conllnement ; babies adopted and cared
for. 1130 N. 17th. U 333 F4
I , SCHOOL SUIT. WANT SMALL. YOUNG ,
rellned , Christian wife. Ilex 433 , U M-'GO 10 *
MA"HUIED PEOPLE. SECUHE THE ONLY u.v-
objectionable method to ovoid excessive pa-
rentaKP , TAli. . Herrlcr , president Institute of
Human Culture , Minneapolis , Minn.
U M.157 Mch3
PH1VATB HOME FOU I.A'DIES HEFOUE AND
durlni ; cnnllnemcnt ; babies adopted nnd c.ired
for. 1130 N. 17th. U M370 Il
MOXKY TO IO.\XHI-AI. KSTATR.
MONEY TO IX3AK AT LOW HATES. THE
O. F. Davis Co. . 1303 Farnam St. W 4CO
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. . 313 N. Y. L. ;
quick money at low rates for choice farm lands
In Iowa , northern Missouri , eastern Nebraska.
IXAN ON IMPROVED . < t UNIMPROVED CITY
property. W. Farnam Smith & Co. . 1320 FarMn.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Drennan-Love Co. . 219 S. Ifith.
$100.000.00 SPECIAL FUND TO LOAN ON
first-class Improved Omaha property , or for
building purposes. Fidelity Trust company.
MONEY LOANED ON IMPROVED HEAL EState -
tate In Omaha , Council lllufN & South Omaha.
1'usey & Thomas , 503 First Nat'l JlanU , Omahi.
WANTED. CHOICE FARM AND CITY I OANS.
n. C. Peters & Co. . U. S. Nnt'l Hank JlldK.
\VH HAVE MONEY TO LOAN' ON FAIIMS IN
pastern Nebraska and we tern Iowa. Hrennan-
Love Co. . 219 South IIHh street. W M539 F5
( TFElTcENT MONET ON' NEIt. FAHMS & OMA-
hn property. W. II. Melkle. 1st Nnt'l Hank lll.lif. .
iTpEIl CENT CITY AND FAUM LOANS.
Onn'ln Ilros. . 1BI3 Farnam St. W M907
FROM JIOXCO UP. WEAD , 1CTII & DOUGLAS.
W 212 FJI
5W PEU C-ENT MONEY. IJEMIS , PAXTON Hlk.
MOXHY TO I.OAX RIIATTKLS.
$10 TO $10,000 TO LOAN ON
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND PIANOS ,
HOUSES , WAGONS AND CARRIAGES ,
WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS , ETC. .
at lowest rates In
Omahi. South Omaha ami Council Hluffs.
No removal of goods ; strictly confidential ; you
can pay the loan off at any time qr In any
amountH.OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. ,
: tn South ICth St.
THE OLDEST , LARGEST AND ONLY INCOH-
POUATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
TO GET IN OH OUT OF I1USINESS GO TO J.
J. Glhion. 614 First Nat'l Hank. V 470
WANTED. A GOOD PAHT.N'EH rO 8OtITIN
ern fruit farm. Also customers for 100 choice
lots ; ulm reveral email tracts or iand near
Omaha. Address , J. H. Rice , Council U'uffa , In.
Y-9SO I'Vb 20
SAI/50N IN CITY OF 0,000 POPULATION. DO-
InK the bUB'ness price. $2,000 ; part time. J.
J. Gibson , 511 First Nat. Hank. Y-511 I. . )
OLD ESTAHLISHED C1OAH AND STATION-
cry bu lncs3. J. J. Gibson , 514 1st Nat. ilk.
STEAM MEHUY-dO-HOUND. COMPLETE ,
rest $2SJO ; prlue , $ S50 ; money In It for expo
sition. Write Tuttle Hrud. , Salt L-iko City ,
Utah. Y M5I8 10'
WANTED. PAUTNEH IN WESTEHN CATTLE
liUflnfH ! ) with $3,000 to $3frb ) ; best layout In
Colorado. Address F 15 , llee. Y M5I4 S
617i > " ESTAIIUSHBD NEWS. STATIONERY
nnd clKar buriness ; good locatljn. Address
M 53. llee. Y-552-C *
WANTED. PAHTNEH WITH SMALL CAPITAL
for an Investment worth $10,000.00 , In two years.
Aililrrr * F 19 , lloo. Y-SI367 5
THIS IS NO LIE ; THEHE AUK AS MANY
Krados of rtoKlen a there ale of five-cent
rlirarrf our Itoyal Havana ( tottlps are niide
from the be t reawi-it Gebhart SiunUh mild
luni ; filler ; hand made. M , Davla , factory
agent. 1515V * Farnam. Y M5S9 5
FOH SALE OU EXCHANGE. IXJT W I1Y 150
fiot. with eluht-ro3in cottaKu with all modern
Improvemrnta , also Rood barn ; locuted In choic
est retl'lfnco ' part of Omaha , two blocks from
Haniiooin park ; tme block from itrret cars and
chcwilj paved itrect and brick wu'ki ; $2,500 In-
cumbrance , ( our yearn at 0 per cent ; will rell
rarity cheap for cJ h , or will exchnnce for
ti dp lrabl * stock of lioe . Adire D M ,
H e. Qmaha 7.-MW : F5
TO THADE , 10) ) ACUE3 OF SECOND HIVEU
iHitlom land houne. barn ; plenty in > * | water ;
half mile to pcMotnrej KO ! nrrm cultlvHted , all
fiT.ceil ; cleiir title ; In Heaver Co. . O ! < lahon > a.
Cull or ndilress P , J , Wa' li , JltU and Q St. .
Bouth Omaha , Neb. Z M67J ( '
1 tContlnncl. '
J A'-nR' IM ItOVKD. KN-ntTc HJNTY NKH. .
to rll 'f ' ir d < ? f"r rnld n. . t or biimnrt *
pinpcrty in Omaha. Oeo. W. Snow. Sprln--
ll.dd , S. D. K-MMi FJ
rou sAf.r. uii.vit KSTATI : .
KOUNT7.E I'UVCH HAIUJAINS. ll.iM. $3.7SO TO
$6.500. J. J. Gibson. 14 First Nat. Hank Hid * .
. HAHOA1NS. HOUSES LOTS AND FARMS ;
snip or trade. F. K. Darling. Harkcr Hlk.
HOUSES , IX3TS , FAIt.MS , LANDS. IXANS.
ulso fire Insurance Heinls. Paxtcn blk
$ ! 25oO FOR 3-STOHY HIllCK HU1LDING , 41
fpet frontflKP , npar 14th and Douslas Stu
$2.ooo for Impraved properly on Cumins iitrept ,
near loth itrect. .1. N. Frenicr. Opp. P. O.
14 PER CENT ORORS INVESTMENT. 2-STORY
I'rlck business building , price J3.500. A'WfpM '
FAHXI LANDS , cP. . ILTllHISON. I2 N7Y. I *
FOH SALE , II ) ACRES OAltDEN. LITTLR
northwest Sevmonr Ike ; rhubarb , nftmratrus ,
"If. Fred Wohlers , 418 8. 14th. 1112 11319 5 *
$4.000 WHY ! , HHY M-FOOT LOT AND -noOM
boiifp on Georgia AVP. . near Hanscom park ;
nil moilern Impnvementi ; $2.000 pash. balatice
0 per cent Address owner , F 11 Hep office.
HE 4 ! < % -C
OAHVIN linos. ' HAHOAIN LIST-
Cholpp lot near Itnnppom park and motor line ,
on paved ftrcet , 43x133 feet ; price , $ loo.OO ;
Oarvln Ilroj. . . 1C13 Farmm St. HE-M3M n
WHY .PAY HENT WHEN YOU CAN HUY A
nlcp pottnr" tioinp fnr toT" " * lllclc1 ' ' 'Ml i.'st 'o
Agency , 413 Hoard of Trade. UE-lrt-4'
CHOICE GARDEN LAND , 10 ACHES , ADJOIN-
In , ? city , only $1.710. Hicks Heal Estate Acency ,
413 Hoard RE-M9-I *
of Trade. - -
MUST HE fsoLH TO LOSE IWrATU. SO-
ncr ranch , 47 In fruit , line bou * ? . desirable
homo , one mile from ptallon : blp discount
from emirt appraisal. Alfred Hall. Newcastle.
California. HE M..Sl f ,
SIIOHTIIAXn AM ) TYIM-JWIIITIXO.
HOYLES' SCHOOL THE ONLY ONE IN
Omaha where court reporters arc teachers ,
103-407 Heo Hid ? : . 4Sb
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL. 513 N. Y. LIFE.
AT OMAHA HUS. COLLEGE , 1CTII & DOUGLAS
OMAHA SHORT-HAND COLLEGE. HOYO'S
theater. M730 Feb. 13
REMOVED. THE JOY TAIF.OU SYSTEM
drc. s cutting school. 1911 Cumlnir St.
MS70 Feb 13
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES HOUOIIT 1-"OR
cash. Hlchard Hprzfeld , 171 I 'iSallp St. . Clil-
Pago. 501 V2&
KXIM1SITIOV KltOXTARKS l-'OIl 11HXT.
GHOUND LEASES FRONTING EXPOSITION.
lleinlK , Paxton Hlk. 973
WE SOLICIT AND FURNISH POSITIONS FOU
SlpnoKrnphers free. The Smith-Premier Type
writer Co. Telephone , 1281. 431.
II. MAROW1TS ! LOANS MONEY , 418 N. 10TH.
MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE POL-
Icles or bought. L. P. Van Nonnnn , Mlnne-
nppoll.i. Minn. M777 Mchl4
CITY EMPLOYMENT I1UREAU , 1417 FARNAM
street. Rooms 2 nnd 3. Tel. 1401. 43o
FUIl.\ITtmi2 PACKI'M ' ) .
M. S. WALKIN , 2111 CUMING. TEL. 1331.
SEWER.SIDEWALIC & HUILDING ANY QUA > f-
tlty ; tel.492. Louisville llrlck Co.,330 Hd.Trade.
TYPEWUITEUS FOH RENT $1.00 PEH MONTH ,
The Smlth-Prlmler Typewriter Co. . 1C23 Far
nam St. ; telephone , 12S1. 4S9.
AVAXTEIJ TO HOIIKOW.
WANTED TO HORROW $1.500 , 3 TO 3 YEARS ,
on choice Inside , well rented property , nt 7 per
cent , Heml-annual ; no commission. Address F
17 , llee. M542
PIIOPOSALS FOR INCASING THE SUH-
plus KrazliiB lands on tlio Klowa and
Cornanche and Wlclilta reservations. United
States Indian service , Klowa and Comancha
and Wle'nltu ascncy , Anndarko , Oklahoma ,
January 19. IS9S. ( Telegraphic address , Aim-
darko , Oklahomii , via Chlckashu , I. T. )
Sealed proposals for srazlnu horses or
cattle ( but not sheep or IIOBS ) on the sur
plus lands ot the Klowa and Comuncho and
Wichita reservations , Oklahoma , Indorsed
"Proposals for leasliiK trlbnl lands for
Krnzlnu purposes , " and addressed to tlio
acting aBont of tlio Klowa and Conmncho
UKuncy , Aniiilnrlto , Oklahoma , will bo re-
colvi'd at tills olllcD until - o'clock p , in.
on tlio 19th day of February , IMS , The
l > astures on tlio Klowa und Comanche
reservation will bo leased for the period of
three years from April 1 , 1S3S , and the
[ lastures oti the Wichita reservation will
bo leased for one year from April 1 , U'JS.
No hlil for a different period on either reser
vation will he received or considered. Kor
the Information of bidders I will state that
the description of the pastures , the loca
tion and estlimited number or acres In each ,
and nil other necessary Information will bo
furnished on application to this otlice. A
few of the pastures on each reservation are
unsuwyed. Thcsj will he surveyed as
early as practicable , and the lessee will bo
required to pay upon the actual number of
acres found to lie embraced In each , us
shown by the survey. Certain of the pas
tures on both reservations are also un-
fenceil. The lessees of unfenced pastures
will bo required , without unnecessary delay - |
lay , to fence the same with a substantial , :
cattle-proof , wlro fence ; all fences and |
other Improvements shall revert to the In
dians and become their nljosluto property
at the expiration of the Puses. No pasture
on the Klowa nnd Conmni'ho reservation
: hat Is already under fence will bo leased
fjr less than 10 cents per acre pur annum ,
and no unfenced pasture on said reserva- ;
tlon will bo leased for le.ss than S cents per ,
acre for the first year and 10 rents per
icro for eacn or' the second and third years. | 1 I
I'ho bidder must clearly d sUnatH thu pas- i
turn on whlc-n the hid Is inado , Klvlng the '
estimated number of .UTCTI therein , the
irlce pur acre per annum which hu will
my , and the maximum mimlr of hcraes
or cattle ho proposes to hold upon the lands
at any one time ; .mil In cao more taan
ono pasture Is bid upon , separate bids must
ho made upon each. Only by a strict ad
herence to this Instruction will It be prac
ticable to compare the bids on any given
pasture , The runt must ho paid In two
i > n.im | semi-annual payments In advance ,
namely , on April 1st and October 1st of
ouch year. Each lessee will he required to
furnish security in an amount equal to the
deferred payments for the faithful performance - ]
formanco of thu conditions of the lease .
through some acceptable security or cuarI I
anty company. Personal bjmls will not hu i
accepted. Kverythlni ; being satisfactory U
It proposed to award the grazing privileges
of each particular pasture to thn bidder
proposing to pay the hlRhest prlco there
for ; hut the rlg'ht Is hereby reserved to re
ject any and all bids If deemed for the
best Interest of thu Indians nnd the leases
executed hcretindcr will he subject to the I
approval of the secretary of the Interior , i
Kadi proposal must bo arpompanled by a |
certified check or draft upon some United
States depositjry or solvent national bank
In the vicinity of the bidder's place of '
residence , made payable to tlio order of i
the commissioner of Indian affairs , for at I
least 5 percentum of ( he entire amount of
the proposal , which check or draft shall
IJB forfeited to tha United States for Hie
uue and bunellt of the Klowa , Comanrhe ,
Apache and Wlclilta Indiana , In case any
bidder receiving an award shall fall to
enter Into the prescribed lease for the
lands hid upon , and to secure a suitable
band for the faithful performance of hid
part of fho contract ; otherwise to bo re
turned to t ie bidder. Proposals not con
forming to the r-'qulreinents of this ad
vertisement wl'l ' not be considered. FHANK
D. HAI.mVlN. Copt. If. S. A . Ai'tlru ; In- i
ill an Agent. Klowa and Comunche. Agency , !
Anadurlco , Oklahoma , J21 < liM !
XOTICi : TO COXTU VCTOHS.
N'OTICK * fO CONTUACTOHS.
'I ' bids for tlio construction of thoR
R st rolontiailo on Iho Kxpooltli n grounds
will be received until II o'clock n. m. ,
Thursday , February 10 , 1S9 .
Plans and specifications pan bo seen a
the Department blllce , corner Fifteenth ntu
Hpencer streets , or sets will bo furnlshei
bidder ! * ut coat.
I The right Is reserved to reject any or a !
1 bids. F. P. K1UKKNDAU , .
Manager Oroumls and llulldlng Oept.Trans
mlssiFslppI and International Exposition.
STOCK imUlKHS' Mli-TI\J.
Nolle" Is hereby given that the regula
nnmml mertltig of the stockholders of th
South Platte hand company will he heh
at Ihe olllre of wild company In Lincoln
Nehrnskn , nt 11 o'clock n. in. , on the firs
Wednesday In M.m-ii , ISDS , helnB the seconc
day ofhe month. ,
Uy order of tie Ho.ird oC Directors.
U. O. PHILLIPS , Secretary.
Lincoln , Xeh. , Jan. 31. 1SOS. J3U130tin
1'OSTOFFICK X OTI CI2.
( Should bo read DAILY by nil Interested
as chatiRes may occur nt any time , )
Foreign malls for the week ending Febnmrj
B. 1SK ! , will close ( PHOMPTLY In nl
cases ) nt the general post olllcc as fol
lows : PAIlCfiLS POST MAILS close ono
hour earlier than closing tlmo showt
SATtmDAY At 7 n. m. for FUANCK
SWITX13ULAND. ITALY. SPAIN , POIl
TUOAL , TUHKEY , EOYPT and I1UIT-
ISIt INDIA , per s. a. La .Ilrotagne * . via
Havro ( letters for other parts of ICuropo
must ho directed "per I u llretuqne" ) ; n
S a. in. for NKTIlkllLANDS direct , per
s. s. Obilnm , via liotterdam ( lotterg mus
he directed "i > er Ohttam" ) ; at S a. in. for
OENOA , per s. , Kaiser Wllhelm II ( let
tors must he directed "per Kaiser Wllheln
11" ) ; nt 10 n. in. ( supplementary 11:30 : n
m. ) for EUROPE , per B. s. Aurnnla * . via
Qucenstown ; at 11 a. in. for NOIl\VA\
direct , per a. a. Hekhi ( letters must bo
directed "per Ilekla" ) .
PUINTKD MATTHU. nTC.-Oerman steamers
salllns on Tuesdays take Printed Matter , etc.
for Oermany , nnd Specially Addressed Prlnte ,
Matter , etc . for other parti of I uni > c. Amer
ican nnd White Htar steamers on Wednesdays
Oerman steumera on Thursdays , and Cunard
French nnd Herman stcimers un Saturdays tatto
Printed Mattel , etc. , for all countries for whlcl
they are advertised to cariy mall.
After the clrnlnj ; of the Supplementary Trans
Atlantic Malls nnmed nbove , additional tuppk--
mentary mnlls ate opened on the piers of the
American , imHsli. : ; French nnd Clcrman Ftcnm
era , ami romjtn open until within Tea Minutes
of the hour of Falling ut tteamer.
for South mill Central Aniorloa
U'ONt Illllll'K , lite.
SATtrnDAT-At 2:30 : a. m. for NKW-
ForNDLAND , per s. s. Siberian , fron
Philadelphia : at 10 n. m. ( mipplementarj
10:30 : a. m. ) for FOISTUNIO ISLAND , JA
MAICA and CAHTHAOI5NA , jwr . " s
Altai ( letters for Costa Illca must ho dl
reeled "per Altai" ) ; at 10 n. m. ( supple
mentary W.Q : n. m. ) for POUT Al
PIUNCI3 , PETIT OUAVE and SAVAN-
ILLA. per H. . Alps ; at 10M : n. m. for
CAMPECHE , CHIAPAS. TAHAStO nnd
YUCATAN , per s. s. Vlslinncl.i ( letters
for other p.irts of Mexico and for Cuba
must bo directed "pe.r Vlgllanclo" ) ; at
10:30 : a. in. for HAITI , per s. s. Prlns F
Hemlrlk ( letters for Venezuela , Curacao
Trinidad , Ilrftlsh anrt Dutch Guluna mus
ho directed "per Prlns F. Hemlrlk" ) : at 11
.a m for nilAXIL und LA PLATA COUN
TRIES , per s. s. JJuffon , via Pernambuco
Ilahla nnd IUo Janeiro ( letters for North
Drazll must be directed "per Buffon" ) ; nl
1 p. in. for BAIU1ADOS direct and NORTH
HIIAHIL , via Para and Mnnaos , per s. s
Orlgen ; nt " ' p. m. for NASSAU , N. P.
per s. s. Miami , frc-m Miami , Flu ; at S:3i :
p. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND , per
steamer from North Sydney : at S:30 : p
in for ST. PIKRRK-MIQUELON , per
steamer from Halifax.
Malls for Newfoundland , by rail to Halifax nnd
theivce by steamer , close at this ofllc' dally at
8:30 p m. Malls for Miquclnli , by rail to Flos-
ton nnd the-ico by ntcamcr , elope at this office
dally nt 8:30 p. mA Malls for Cuba close nt
this office dally nt 7:00 a. m. . for forwardlnff
by steimcrs sailing ( Mondays and Thursdays )
from Port Tampa. Fla. Malls for Mexico City ,
overland unle. s specially ntMresrcd fcr-de patci !
by Btcamer , clpfo at this olllcc dally at 2:3i : )
n. m. nnd 2:30 : "p. m. * * UeBlstereil mall clones
ut CCO : p. in. previous day.
TriiiiN-l'nolflc ! Mulls.
Malls for Australia ( except those for West
Austra'la ' ) , which are forwnred via Europe ,
New Xcalaml , Ifawall , FIJI and Sainoan
Islands , j > er s. s. Alnmctla ( from San Fran
cisco ) , closn hero dally up to January
* * ; ! 0th at 7.00 a. m. . 11 a. in. and G:30 : p. m.
( or on arrival at New York of s. s. Auranla
with lifltlsh mails for Australia ) Malls
for Australia ( eye-opt West Australia ) ,
New Zealand , Ilnwnll and Fill Islands ,
per s. s. Warrlrooo ( from Vancouver ) ,
close here dally . - < ficr January " 30th and
up to Jc.nuary 31st at fi:30 : p. m. Malls for
China , Japan and Hawaii , per s. ' City
of Rio Janeiro ( from San Francisco ) , close
here dally up to Fe.bru.arv Cth at 0:30 : p
in. Malls for China and Japan , per s. s.
Columbia ( from Tacoma ) . c'ose here dally
up to February * * 13th at G,0 : p. IT. . Malls
for Hawaii , per p. s. Australia , ( from Snn
Francisco ) , close hero dally up to Feb
ruary Ifith at C : . " > 0 p. m. Malls tor China
and Japan ( specially addressed only ) , per
s s Emnres3 of China , ( from Vanennvert.
close here dally up to February * * 21th at
C:30 : p. m. Malls for thn Society Islands ,
per ship Galileo ( from San Francisco ) ,
close hero dally up to February 22d at C:30 :
Trans.Faclflc malls nrc forwarded to port of fallIng -
Ing dally nnd the schedule of closing Is ar-
ranKCi. ' on the prcs-u nipt Ion of their uninter
rupted overland transit. itOKlstered mall
dupes nt B p in. previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster
Postolllce , Now Yorl : , N Y. , January 2't ,
UUULINC.TON & MISSOMU
Ulver Uullroad "The riurllnK-
ton Uouto" Oeneral Olllces N.
W. Corner Tent. ) tiul Karnam
Sticets. Tii-liOt Olllce. 1M2
Farnam .Street. Telephone 2or ) .
Depot , Tenth and Mnnon
fctreets. Telephone 18.
0:33 : am
* 4:03 : pm
Lincoln Local , * 7:0. : , pin 7M"i pin
11:30 : am
CHICAGO. millLINOTON &
ljulncy Ilallroad "Tho llurl-
IliKton Uoute" Tlrkfl Olllce ,
150J Farnam Stieet. Telup.iono
2.V ) . lepn . Tenth nnd Mason
HtreetE. Telephone 128.
_ _ _ _ _ _ I.rave. Arrive.
Ventibulp'1 ' Kx. . 5:05 : pm 7lt : am
Chlcauo Exnr.-ai 9:4 : * am 4:15 : pm
Chicago & St. Louis Ex 7:50 : pm 7 M am
Pacitic Junction Local. , " 11:40 : am SM > pm
Fast Hall 2JO : pm
Dally. Dully except ounday.
UNION PACIFIC "THE OVEIl-
land llouto" Ocneral Olliccs , N.
E. Corner Ninth nnd Farnam
Streets. City Ticket Olllcc. 1302
Farnnm Street , Telephone 310.
Depot , Tenth und Ma on Streets.
I eavc. Arrive ,
"Tho Overland Limited"
for Denver , Salt I Jke ,
western points 8:20 : am 4:15 : pm
Faist mull tialn for
Denver. Halt l.nke.
Paclilo coast nnd ull
western points 3:30 : pm 10:20 : nm
Llm-oln. llenlrlco nnd
Stromsbiirt ; Expri-jB . . 5:00 : pm " 12:20 : pm
Kearney Expr * s 5:00 : pm 12:20 : pin
Dally. Dul'y except Sunday.
Council Illuffn l oeal I.IMVIX. 5tl : a. in. : 0-50
n. m.i 7:10 : u. m. ; S:25 : a. m. ; 10:15 : n. in. : 2:15
l > . in. ; 40 : p. in. ; 5:55 : p. m. Arrives , G : 0 n. m. ;
MIBPOI'IU PACIFIC UAILHOAI )
General Oltlcen nnd Ticket
Olllce. Merchant ! National llaiik
Ilulldln ? . 1231 Karnam Street.
Telephonu lot. Depot , Fifteenth
and YVehntcr Slit'cu. Tclephonu
M:55 : pm
9M : pm : M am
. . . . " 4 pm 0:45 : ura
Daily eccpt Sunday.
Mlourl Valley Hallway Gen.
eral Oillrcf , United States Nfi-
tlnnnl UrtfiK llulldlnr , Southwest -
west Corner Twelfth nnd Far-
tiam sire , ts Ticket Olllce ,
14'd ' Farnnm Street. Tcl"ptvin Ml. Depot. Fif
teenth and Webster Stieets. Telephone 115J.
Illack Hills. Ucndnoocl
and Hot Sprlnps 3:00 : pm 5:00 : pm
Wv.nnlntf , Caspar nnd
Douglas 3:00 : pm S0 pm
Hn ltnfrs , York , David
City. Superior. Geneva ,
Exeter nnd Seward. . . . 3:00 : pm BM : pm
Norfolk , West Point and
Fremont 7:50 : am MOSam : :
Lincoln , Wahoo and
Fremont 7:50 : nm "IOJ5 : nm
Fremont Ixjcnl 7:50 : am
D.illy. " Dally except Sunday. Sunday
only. " " "Dally except Saturday. Dally
Hallway-City Ticket Olllce ,
1401 Farnnm Street. Telephone
Mil. Depot , Tenth and Mason
Street' , Telephone KS.
Leave , Arrive ,
Missouri Valley , Sioux
City , St. Paul nnd
Minneapolis 5:40 : nm 10J5 : pm
Missouri Vnlley. Sioux
City 7:30nm : 9:05 : pm
Dcnnl'on , Carroll , \Vnli
Lake 7:30 : am 0:05 : pm
Knstcrn Kxpresj , Des
Mnlnes , Mnrshalltown ,
Cedar Uapld.i , ChlcORO 10:45 : am 4iIO pm
Atlantis Flyer , Chicago
nnd Hast 4:43 : pm 4110 pm
Fast Mall , Chicago to
Omaha * 3:10 : pm
Missouri Vnlley , Kloux
City , St. Paul Mlnnc-
npollrt Limited RI3 : pm 93d ; am
Omaha-Clilcaco Special. 6:30 : pm 8:10 : nm
Dally. Dally except Sunday.
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL , MIN'NR-
apolls & Omaha Hallway
General Olllces , Nebraska Di
vision. Fifteenth nnd WebMer
Streets. City Ticket Olllce ,
1401 Fnrnnm Street. Telephone
CGI Depot , Fifteenth und Webster Sticets. Tel
Sioux ; City Accommnda. S:50 : nm S:50 : pin
Sioux City Accnmmoda. 0:50 : nm 8:20 : pm
llbilr. KmeiRon Sioux
City , Poncn , Hartlne-
ton nnd llloomlleld. . . 1:00 : pm 11:53 : am
Sioux City , Mnnkato , St ,
'Paul ' , Minneapolis . . . . ii:55 : pm 9:10 : nm
nmorson P.isscnuer . . . . Csl't jun 8:15 : am
Dally. Dally except Sunday. Sunday
only. * This train stops nt stations Florence
to Siuth Illnlr. Inclusive , Sundays only ; on week
dnyx , South Illalr only.
SlOt'X CITY & PACIFIC I1AIL-
road General Olllces , United
States National Rink llulld-
IIIR , H. W. Corner Twelfth and
Farnam Streets. Ticket Olllce ,
lloi Farnam Street. Telephone
r.Cl. 1'oput , 13th nnd Welwti-r Hts. Telephone 4rS
SI > ux city , Mnnkato
St. Paul , Minneapolis 5:33 : pm 0:10 : am
CHICAGO. KOCIC ISLAND &
I'arlllu llnllroad "Tho Great
Hock I land Houte" City
Ticket Olllre , 1323 Fartiam
Street. Telephone 428. Depot ,
Tenth nnd Mason Streets.
and St. Paul
Vestlbulcd Kxpn-ss . . 1:30 : pm 1:45 : pm
Lincoln. Colorado SP'RS.
Puueblo. Denver and
west . * 1'53 pm 4:23 : pm
Chicago , DCS Molnes &
Itock Island . ' 7:00 : pin S:15 am
Atlnntlu Express , for
Dei Molnes and east
ern points . * 7:20 : nm 5:35 : pm
Lincoln , F.ilrbury and
Hollevlllo . * ' Ci" pm 10:10 : am
Dally. Dally except Sunday.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKF.I3 & ST.
Paul Hallway City Ticket
Olllci' . 1.V4 Farnam Street.
Telephone 2SI. Depot , Tentn
and Mason Streets. Telephone -
Chicago Limited I2x. . . . 5it : ! pm 8:05 : nm
Omaha and Chicago Kx * 11:00 am 1:50 : pin
WAIIASH ItAIIjKOAD TICKET OFFICK. 1415
Farnam Street. Telephone 322. Depot , Tenta
nnd Mason Streets. Telephone 12S.
SI. lentils "Cannon Hall"
Express . 4:30 : pm ' 11:30 : nm
AILS TO OI5'P SI3IIVICR OX 1IA\\\ .
Woman Itrliiii-t Suit Aurnliixt a 1111-
lloitiir ! * MninifiK'tnri'r.
CHICAGO , Feb.I. . A suit for $150,000
against Jom ! II. Hanan , 'the millionaire shoe
manufacturer of Brooklyn , In which the
plaintllf Isa woman , has been 'begun ' In the
superior court in this city. The suit was begun -
gun Wednesday , but wns suppressed in or-
ler that service might .bo . hntl on the defendant -
fondant , who lives In Brooklyn , but who
was In Chicago during the present week on
justness. The plaintiff Is Mrs. B. M. Dut-
.on of thla city , formerly a resident of
[ Jrooklyn , where she know the shoo manu
facturer. Hanan was In Chicago last Man-
lay. Ho did not register , nnd although the
lotol was besieged by men who were
sent to watch his movemento , he
nicceedod In getting out of
ho city Tuesday. Mr. Hanan on that day
vent to St. Louis and from there has since
oturnctl to Brooklyn without being served
) y a summons In Mrs. nation's suit. The
attorney for the Chicago plaintiff has now
given up hope of securing service , as ho
ays ho has Information that Mr. Hanan will
eon sail from New York to Europe on a
business trl ? .
The attorney for Mrs. Dutton said today
hat the suit of his client grows out or
vents which occurred previous to 'Mr. '
lanan's meeting with Mrs. Smith , now Mrs.
Thompson , against whom the shoe manufau-
urcr began suit about two -weeks ago nt
Vowport , H. I. , for the * recovery of about
ICO. 000 worth of real estate and Jewelry
vhlch ho had given her. The suit was com-
iromlsed Just before Mr. Italian's visit to
Chicago. Mrs. Dutton's attorney refused to
ay what the relations were between his
Unit and the defendant.
H.VSI OXS F4 > lli WIJSTKH.V VKTKIl AS
Survivor * of flic LiUr War HIMIICIII-
llcrcil liy tin * ( ii'iirrnl ( Jo vt-rii mrn f .
WASHINGTON. Feb. I. CSpeclal. ) Pen-
Ions have 'been ' Issued i s follows :
IHSUQ ; of Jnnimry IS :
Nebraska : Increase Charles A. Granger ,
Vestcott , W to $ S ; .Jumi'H HodgPis , CercKco ,
0 to fS : Georjo Burr , Superior , ? 0 to
Vllllnm Cnlhoun. Snrlnr field. $ I0 ! to KO.
I own. : Original William Ijuld , Horton ,
0 ; John ! ' . OawKlll , Hen Molnes. $ C. In-
rease Alexander G. Downing , Oca Molnen ,
fl to $ S. HelMSue KIlHhn llnmmcr , Oes
lelnes , $ S. Original , Widows , etc.
Cnthurlno Gift , mot'ier , Huthveii , $12.
Issue of Jnnimry 19 :
Nebraska : Original Frank MoFerren ,
Jehniskii City , $0 ; .Inines C. Orton , Omnhn ,
S ; \ , . Cans Chrlstman , Omaha. $ S. Ad-
Itlonal Huna J. Peterson , South Omuha ,
U to $ ! .
lown : , Original William H. Hamilton ,
Preston , JO ; James I' . Cree , Odcholt , fO.
lestoratlon nml HelKsus Wllllnm Hrewer ,
( Iccpnncd , Inillnnoln , $ . ' -0. Increase Noah
JiifjbB. HnjvHvIlle , J10 to $12 , Original ,
Widows , etc llnchel Hrewer , Inillnnoln , $12.
Original , Kelssue Kllen Hillings , UCH
Molnes , $12.
Colorado : Original George O. Noble ,
Denver , $ G , OrlUnnl , Widow , etc. Helen
Ann I'enbody , Trinidad , $17.
Wyoming : Original Jacob Samoa ,
Douglas , jii.
H ( iriult * of Culloill ( it Sweden.
CHICAGO , Feb. 4. A special to the 1'osl
from Washington nays : Hepronentatlvo
FOBS of Chlcapo today secured from the
State department n Jettcr recommending
raising of the olllco of consul at Stockholm
to the rank of consul gi-ncrnl. .Mr. Fosa
then visited Senator f'ullom nnd prevailed
upon him to Inject 'us an amendment into
the diplomatic and consular appropriation
bill n paragraph creating that olllco and
appropriating money therefor. In looking
up this matter Mr , FOBS was reminded that
Sweden ' \VIIB the first nation of the old
world to extend to this country Its friendly
rcftirds In the revolutionary days. Hen-
Jamln Franklin was the recipient of the
message from that government. Air , Foas
WHS also reminded of the further fact that
Sweden Is the only ono among Important
nations that Is not given u consul t-'cneral
byhe fulled Stntes. 'J'no correction when
made will lend to the promotion of K. D.
Wlnslow of Kvanston , who Is at present
consul nt Stocknolm.
Tornfants and Children.
rr " 1
BITS OF FEMININE GOSSIP.
An Omaha woman tnkoa Issue with these
who contend that service In families Is bet
ter than work In the trades nnJ profeB-
nlons , and states her views ns follows : "Ono
of the now womnn's ideas nowadays Is that
thcro would not ho any want ( imonR self-
supporting young women If they would Ignore -
nero iho trades and professions nnd seek
the means of livelihood by hiring out tis serv
ants. Yet every tiny facts nro disclosed
revealing an urgent necessity for giving
girls a trndc , thereby enabling them to got
respectable positions. There Is always de
mand for good tradeswomen , while our
country Is overstocked with servants , nnd
plenty of foreigners fit for nil kinds of rough
work" , ready nnd willing to hlro out nt fnlr
wages. Decnuso n eclf-supportlng trades
woman must face wnnt now nnd then Is no
proof that her plight could have been
avoided , by having been somebody's kitchen
Once In n while there como to this coun
try Oriental treasures that nro ot special In.
tcrcst. In a lirooklyn establishment , whore
there are all sorts of curious things from
the cast , thcro are now two or thrco pieces
ot wilk remnants all that can bo obtained
by foreigners , and that only occasionally
woven on tlio royal looms of Japan. The
richest of the pieces Is almost entirely of
gold , anil the others are of a dull , Indescrib
able color and of beautiful design. This silk
of the royal looms Is woven double , two
workmen , ono almvo and ono beneath , being
employed at the same time. There Is a
Uttlo over four yards In each of the pieces ,
and they are not enormously expensive.
The gold cloth Is only $25 for the piece and
tlio other liks about half that price.
Few women attain the ago of forty years
without having bean put on a diet for one
reason or another. Some diet to get fat ,
oomo to get thin , and others to better their
complexions. All deny themselves to make
themselves better looking , and this U a
won'.anly thing to do , One woman has calc
that dieting means eating all the things
that one would Icavo uneaten , and leaving
uncatcti those things that ono would eat
Perhaps this Is true and perhaps it lan't.
nut ono thing Is certain , and that ta that
doctors generally agree that women , when
told to diet , persistently dUregard orders
and then declare that thcro is clothing In
the diet theory.
A Philadelphia physician , according to the
Philadelphia Press , probably volcra the BOII-
tlmcnt of nine-tenths of his brother doctors
when ho tuys :
"When anaemic glrla , sleepless women
and dyspeptic children are brought to mo ,
I feel Ilko going out of business. I have cne
patient , a girl of 18 , who might as well go
to a fortune teller for advice for all tlio
benefit she will over get from a doctor.
I give her a scolding and draw up a et of
rules for her .to llvo by , prescribing certain
thlnga to cat , certain times to elecp , certain
homo for exorelso , give her a Ionic and
dismiss hnr. Do you think tliat girl im
proved ? Not slio. In a fortnight she trall.i
Into my ofllco , pallid and melancholy. I
haven't the heart to scold her , but I an
ticipate her answers to my questions. Has
she takcci the tonic ? Oh , yes , she hasn't
inlrued a dose. Has she ealcn pastry or
lobsters , or drank Ice water or Ice cream
soda ? Well or once or twice , lias filio
oaten the oatmeal and raw beef and drank
tlio hot water ami beef tea ? Yea. She doesn't
add 'onco or twice , ' but her palo face adds It.
And has she gone to bed. . early ? ( Jot up
early ana slept after lunch ? Well , not
every day. And yet this girl of Intelligence
and apparent common socso wonders why
she doran't get well. Why does she think
I give her special Instructions ? To amuse
myself ? To have them disobeyed ? I am
going to try once morn. If she docwi't obey
mo then I shall positively refuse to attend
her further , " and the doctor laogcil the
big paperweight that same fair "hysteria
oiso" had given him for Christinas , and
looked so good-citauredly fcroclouii that one
could not blame the girl for being Indiffer
ent to his wrath.
Of all the arts and wiles which the In
genuity and skill of woman have dovlflej
there Is probably nothing which so over
whelms and omvoturos the animal man as
does the latest freak of fashion , the blue
dress , says -the Memphis Coinmerclal-Ai.t > eal.
The Idea was celled from the novelists , bo-
catwo no well regulated nnd eminently prefer
heroine was ever known to nwlrl throush the
rages of a society novel unless she wan ar
rayed In garments of heavenly blue. So far
the scientists have been unable to explain
the chromatic Influences , and laymen Mi on Id
certainly hesitate to undertake an explana
tion of o abstruse a question , but the fact
remains that garments of blue exercbu a
peculiar Influence upon the sterner sex. An
other thing about t'.ils popular color Is this ,
that It U becoming to every woman who
wears It. The miss , the maiden , the matron
and the grandmother alike act'oar to ad
vantage , and no matter what the atattira of
the woman , whether she be tall or short ,
generously proportioned or alender , straight ,
Htho and gmecful. or ungainly nnd ( insular ,
a blue costume gives her n queenly r.u cur-
nnce , which attracts attention at any tltnn
rnd under nil circumstances. Some ray Hiat
color Is merely formed by the pectilar size
or shape of the molecules composing the pig
ments , And others claim that It Is forme.I
by the arbitrary angles of the atoms , but
whether these or any of them ore right or
wrong , the truth Is that when a Indy ap
pears arrayed In blue the male ixut of man
kind Instinctively lifts Us hat nnd bows In
admiration of her.
Tlio Ascot tlo Is ns much In vogue on U
w ia last fall. And no wonder , for It Is very
becoming to any womnn on which the shirt
waist nnd high llnwi collar look well. The
latest design Is mnda of accordion plaited
snttn , nml Is us dressy nnd graceful as n
tie can be. It comes In all colors , bright
and delicate , and Is running A close rare for
popularity with the Roman nerk scarfs.
These nro nindo of heavy Oitomnn ribbons ,
lit gny stripes and plaids , nnd art ) finished nt
the ends with knotted fringe , the longer the
bettor. They ore wound around the neck ,
crossed In the back , and tied In front , fottr-
A DAINTY AFTERNOON GOWN FROM HARPER'S BAZAR
Already there are many of the now ta ilor gowns seen , nnd while they are not very
markedly different In style from the gowns of last season , there is n certain something
about them which marks them as being of a new fashion. One charming style is
made with the skirt plain , ot medium w..Uh , fitting to perfection , of course ,
w.'th the fullness all at the back. The coat Is on the 'blazer ' pat-
tern. tight fitting In the back , the front Is turned' ' back In rovers and
shows a braided waistcoat , which is fitted to the figure. The cut ot this gown is
furnlshoJ by a tissue paper pattern Issued by Harper's Dazar , whore It appears. Tlio
sleeves are of medium size and the coat itself Just a trifle longer 'than ' the coats of
In-hand style or In a loose sailor knot.
Artists delight In them as much as they
hate stiff collars and mannish ties for
No matter how bored you are , don't yawn.
Ho warned by the sad case of Miss Kmmn
Fitzgerald of Oakland , Cal. , and keep your
lips firmly together nnd your jaws In their
Miss Fitzgerald Is 1(5 ( years old , and , like
all well-conducted damsels of that age , goes
to bed early. On the evening of her famous
yawn ho made n call and her hospitable
friends Insisted upon her staying later than
she was used to remaining awako.
At 9 o'clock she had yawned in a smoth
ered fashion several times. At 0:01 : she
yawned openly , hut hastily put up her hand
to hide the fact. At 0:1C : she yawned with
hopeless , slrcpy candor , placing no shield
before her fncc. At 9:20 : she gave ono fright
ful yawn and something snapped.
She could not close her mouth again. She
could not speak. She was taken quickly to
the hospital and there the surgeon found
where the Jnw had been dislocated and set
It again. Hut her Oakland friends will not
got .Miss Fitzgerald to sit up late again In a
The cigarette habit In growing nt an
alarming rate among Now York women.
"Wo sell an average of five ladles' cigar
ette cases a day , " said a silversmith who
makes a specialty of them. "Three years
ago a woman who smoked hud to content
herself with a man's ruse. The newest de
sign for men und women Is mnde of cork
nnd mounted lu silver or gold. This makes
a stunning case when studded with rubles ,
emeralds , amethysts , or carbuncles. For a
long time both men ami women have com
plained that they found the metal cases
too heavy and lee thick. The new cork cnso
la ns light almost as a feather , Is made very
thin , and ono side Is concave HO as to fit
comfortably against the body when carried
In the Insldu coat pocket. 'By touching n
nprlng n cigarette Is pushed up so that the
smoker can readily remove U. The cas"s
for wonirn nro not morn than fine-half tin
size of these for men. They come high , but
the dear glrla who smoke must have 'em. "
The general tendency nt present , accord
ing tothe Iloston Courier , Is to dress the
hair very high on the top of the head , wither
or without an ornamental comb , and to
puff and wave It on the sides , but without
exaggeration. The most approved form of
back comb Is quite plain anil hlxh , cut
siiiaro | nt the top. It Is a comparatively
short tlmo since these combs first made
their appearance , and now no Mell-drccjcd
woman Is without one. They not only se
cure the hair at the back , but servo an a
rest for the hat or toque , which fashion
elects to overcharge with trimming outside
and underneath the brim.
Spots and marks on woolen gowns are
easily removed by rubbing them well with
a cake of magnesia. Hang the gowns away
for a. day or two and 'then ' brush thoroughly.
If the spoU have not entirely dliuppeurcd
repeat the process. Other gowim heslde.i
these of wool can often bo cleaned by thi-i
means , and laces that are slightly soiled
are freshened by rubbing them well wl.li
magnesia and allowing It to remain on thu
ace for a short time.
"It Is not a mun'a good looks , brains , po
sition or wealth that wins n womaa'i
ove. " said a woman of the world. "It l
his capacity for love-making. His tender-
less , ardor , tact , consideration , and , above
all , perseverance , will make her his moi-o
surely than anything ftso In the world.
Am ) If ho possesses these qualities ami
wield them well ho can triumph over thw
nen who lack them , oven thotuli ho bf
poor us a church mouse , uuly ts Vuicau
and ntupld as au owl. "
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