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TTE OAIA D.IJ.Y JJEn : 1 IDNESDAY. ATTulITcz.I' 28. 1Sfl. r
SPB B1L I oT1BRs :
L _
AulrcrIpen&enta for tll'O eoilml"
wilt hr tnlrl until 12:1 , 1. in. for
the evening nn.1 oltl H p. m. for the
' morn'n" .ull Snlliny ( cllol" .
A.I".rU"rr. , h7 r"llle"t" , " n nitmLA
ber"ll ( hrcl ( , cnn I..c nl"er , n.l-
.lre.sweil to n Ilmln'rrll let trr 'n cure
. 01 'rlc lice. . tiswet' " ,0 nlllr..11
ul' hr 41e1tVIrc.I UIIH' J.rc"cltnUon
cur tlr check tUh1) Hntr" , 1 1-2c n
word f r"t luMen Iii , t n I norll
tIucreuifi.r. Noll'n" ' Tnl'n for I. . .
luau 2c far first IuicrtIon. TI"r
n.I.rUL'leJt" , JauNt he run cun-
aeell h'c I J' .
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SrVt.tTIONSV.I'II ) .
VANTt ) . H1TL'TIOU flY IuOOK-IIII'Ifl.
HITI'ATIOr IY 100J.IUmllm.
1 yenrM pXI'rlrnce ; tetreuceL AIJr . H. A.
)
U" 21 CnIIoutia .Irrel. A-1223'
' \\N'I'Bn-\.I.I : 1IILI' .
WANT:1)-1.1ViL : ZNTflT.blmNT . \ OcTI3 IN
Omohl Ir ( unanlzo clubs or Ihrre 10 Ivo farni.
lIeu' for our r.mou. orcinrci ) horr" land In cen.
tral MloIsIPI' ! The tide or 1111r"Uon I I 10'
Inl . ttti. where there are no hot wIn4. nO
rll winters , no blnnils. no crop faflurel.
' 'hrre two or three cropi eon ( 'C rateI e'cIi
year. Where U..re I. no such thing n a fnU-
ure If n mon \,1 work on.hnlr ao hnrl R h.
does In thIs cnuntry. Cool .ummer mid win.
IrrL Hure "nYlnl crop.3 or fruIt and garn
tmrle Hlrh..t coil ) "rlh , He.1 riway
faclItIs . Oeo. " ' . Anue3 , gvncral aenl. 1617
Farnam .Ireet , Omaha.
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I.
; 1''rl.p"N -0- WORK - OM AOn TAle
Irrl"ry In Nchr.k" 8 gen " inl agent for nn
Omaha .Irk Bchlrnt on,1 , .1Mth h-nrn nn,1
T nYrnr Enowrrnt , ] noclatInn. Iru'rntal
man prefrrrr , ' . ( ni % after 9 n. to. . or nI.lrr. , .
W. V. J nt. 301 1 Paxton blork. I-MIS3
ACTIV } MANOI'NflAT ATflflT : FOn otn
ACIVN IAN 01 : AnfJ
t city Irade. W'I1 be 10struclr,1 , , nn , ' 111 whle :
' learning. . \ppt. 11 "er.onam' mG l ) rU1 ' Rl
.
WANTI.m TWO 1XI'Et1 L'NCID TI. VEf.INO
11..lrn : Onl ' 'Irlol ) leln & 'rhorp.'on ,
tallora . 1612 I , ram , 1-19.
$ & .0 TO $1:0 AAI.AIY PAI AI.I'HmN : .
for clArs ; rxpcrlenee not I."ar ) ' ; rxlm In-
.itueettnIut . 10 customers. 110h ) p & hllne . 141.
1.0115. 1.10. 1) H-)11 : 8:3'
I i rI\N 1.01 TI lmIT $ tII.INfl T.INI ' :
on . the roulj Ih-ral snlaq' : a : . ' , 51,1. , line mn
, for .pecl Hy. ( al o rIa ( ' er ( omp"n 1I-l16 ) ' , : ( hIOI :4 ! '
, . .
AN 1XI.:1t1INCID : : 1uOOgg1IPlfl W.\NTH
n lo'llln. XII.lmNm : J1'r IOOKKII ry Ir.t ) r..rrr-
: . ( ' nc..s AIlres , Y. ) . Ikc. - - - 1)116I'
WANTI.-5 ACTIVI ISU1IACF SOlid.
: Al'I'J INHUIACn SO.JI.
Ion ; un ti.iiary. Inquire 4 : ) l.e bldg. IIM-1i 2i'
- . W'ANTIl : el.Jme 1'01 Ggmn\ HTOI : IN
7L country twn tlouln county ) . Ad.IN' Y r .
. 4 ra Omlh" Ialy lIce. . I1-M3G . 2J
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. ( WANTI'll ) . J XCI.t'HI'J HIH\'ICg 01 A
CaLhoUn man tn lepreNent 0. or I' . l. In hl1
nWI ) 1'all I I Yl $1.0) ) Iwr snnhli. A , h1ress O. of
. . . I. . l' . . GI8 ( larder CItY Llo" . Ihlca ! .
. ll-M3. : S'
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S LAIOHR " 'H 1.M. . nY. ( . I'OM. .
4 Ing. I'ree tnuuportation. J tlrr & O'Her.
' hilt nn' lzirnorit. 1-11 ) 30 ,
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b - - - - - -
WANT1I.1.A1IOIUII $ AND .UIHTIR 1
f for H1utl 1)aluotn. lree trll p"rtlton : work
guarututeed. II. Mnnn'ler , lit N. IGlh str"'I. "
1i-M : 2'
HALrSMl'-TO lfl1G : Tfl.1)1 : 141t)1 .
nnn
Tn.\n Rlm
or othe wi' ' J. \ \ ' . I ' nlght , 2I-22 : Hale I.In . ,
: ' llcll . \\k. li-Mz.e ; 23'
- - - - - -
WANT1l I.'IHT CI.ARH TI1ygl.ING ) I SN
only : $3.00.0 salnry urn ! rXI'el" _ " . Thp A. I' : 1.
. H"w'er Med. Co. . 161 'olorado o\enue. CIuIcigo ,
. , III. lI-M2) 2'
' ' \'II'n-PI : " \ IB 11:1,1' .
olm. VOlt OflNSiAb ilOlli1WOflK : ( iSit.
JOI gwonJ
aNI.
man or Danish Ireferre.1. : G6 lowI111 .lreel. .
C-M211 2u
- C-:21 2.
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WANTI'O : , XInNI'D ! : Nt'ltSS l"OI TWO
huIdren. 1ra. M. A. Jul , 8 .1 1 ( h'orgla a\nue.
1'-2l ! 3) '
WANT ) , K IND.I , \II : WOMAN WITH
t I'meteal experience In the .I'k room. Alrs.
Y GS , Bee. c-un : 30
Iron 1tET-1OIJSIS.
' . ; ) iS"- ; : , DAItLIG. 1\IKtn Ill.Ocic 1 . ,
I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1-3 : _
i , Iomms IN ALL 1.\ITS OF TIlS CITY. TII
TJn
CIT.
O. I. flali : Conipany 1)1 ) 1.'aram , 136 TiE
irS : ICI\A & CII- : r-'ST.
U. E CL CO. . LAna EST LIST IN 0"1,1 \
. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I ) -M. $
CHOIe DrT\CIED MODEIN flSSl 15N05 .
2lh an,1 , l'oPIleton : modern brIcks 23d & Call -
molei 2
Cornia & Sherwod nl'e. C A Starr. Gl . Cl- . .
Lre : . 1-1 A :
l.lOOM tOt : . JNQUUm 3JI J'\HNA
"reet. D-MSi
2 111n : ; 8.100"1 tOUSgM : 5 1I:1TJS
walk front court luoUue. Ioom 2S. Uirl.er . bU .
D-1
NICD MOIHmN mOIT-fOO 1 ltOUSl. D5
taclicti : nice lawn. tree . . bUil 21 l'terce :
1-Gl _
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5-flOOM MiamI Blreel. . ( 'OTTiSS. Al.l. 1101 H D-I1Ss9 . ZIU I
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TO UT. A ( . ' .oTT.Gn1'1ll 1:1011 " L
on 30th. near Farnam. Clllies Trn"r , :31 6
learnani.
D-130
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l'arlm. I-no
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- lrnNlslED 10IHI ? : IOUNTE PLACl. J .
J. ( ItUaon , lIT hi Nutl.hauL. . D-M933
_ . _ _ _ 31 ? Nutl. : hl.I. DM93
EI.l-ANr : . 11ImN BIC" . 2GI D-II.2' CAlITOI.
- - ' - - -
1"OI I NT. MY 1lI4lLlNSE. : :1 l.fNEY
trrcll ; .1.111 h . al. I ruoun. 10 r.t . lual
or IIwn nOd , tn..t treet' range. Iwo barns I. . :
lause \ ! rurnl'I"I : wilier 1011 ; : nh' for roomer .e
uint , "lrl.r ; nly 2 i Lloeks from eOlrl 1uoiis .
_ James . - Noville. - - - . - 1)-I1S3 1421 I
ONI : HNO 01' i.ltOOM tOITSI . 2TH AD
J'ltrld ; "enae. ' Telephone Go. SOlth Onualuu. :
1M1131'
- - -
TWO ( VINS S4tOOM MOnSI1N 11OUE.G ( 4
I"INJ SfOOM MOOnN
I : G.h and JIG Mason. lulphr. 10mms. . . CI .
- IIf. I-Mls 31'
. . -
. IOll fl5N1'SIIY : Dg51.\ILI' : IIII'NII' : : : .
- ! : : a l3 1uttutn. It. C. lut"rson. 123 HalJc hl . : .
I- : '
TWO rNI I.AHOI G.lOO"1 llOtISSS. : & hi
10UHIS. 81
- South :11 .trprt. . 1-M:1 :0
- - :
1.01 II''I'-PUUXISUBU I1IOMS.
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lon 1'N'I' . D"Sm.\I.E FUnNI81 [ ! BOOM
eau I II alnGI . ZI 1'nriuam . .trel.DliSl
D-liSl
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oi J1 l'INISID IIOOM. 151 : 8. 26TI 14 ? .
N-MS1 23'
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ICUIINISIII3I I > l T T }
kccpUu Inqulc 19l3 1)o1ge. E-M9SI :
- - - - - - - -
NICF.l.Y - . . . llmWHID ' 1100MB. 19 DOOl
, - atl-.c.t. . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ r-M _ ?
, -
. 21IC3'J.V V'ItNlHllSI. ) IIOOMS WITH IIATI
NIW.1"ln ISID IOOIS .
Uli J"lsnn > Ireel. -"IJ.Z IATt.
3'j1tIL'Y1W1tN1S1lSl ) ROOMS. P1U'AT ii
4 FUINISI.n fOMS. \ :
, II\\TI
td4 ' f.n\lh' , : .12 CISS LIreet. L'-M33 ? 3
- - - - - - - - - - - - - _ _ _ _ _ _ : _ : _
'It' ' JUI lNII n 100US ; ANn 10.\IU.
' ) DUII.n - 1.\I.on8 AND OT1ISIL flOOMI '
C nClt ) 1uriuIlued ; Int.clau board. G20 100"18' . 191 h :
( - . F-MC1 S70
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-
' I TWO NIC I'lfltNli11flbl I nONT HOOM IS
' InI
$ , I' with tani. 1"ler , convenIence tra hen pr N.
" I farred . GI N. :3 st. 1.I-Ia.I' :
- : - - -r -
flldm.Y -I P'ItNISIISI D ROUmMIT FnONT
room . will , alcove nn,1 , buy % vUitlo : iuudcu a
lontlen . r > : "ard N , . 6 22 S. : lh . leer .
V-M230 :0'
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NICII.\ 1.'t'INI8I : IOO"I : eon BOAIII ) - :
reasonable mleu The los . : , , ) larne nOAII
. 1.-M2:13 : SI'
.
FOi IIX'I.-t'NlrmlXISII n ROOM S .
I Oi 3 I'LI ASANT fOO"IS JOlSlmlmlmG. : - :
_ : .1 10wa"I 81. U-S :6' -
-
.
Jon 1111'-STOItI3S . \XU OFFICI3 S.
-
FOIl n T-TII HTOn\ n1ici nUILDINO
nilCInUILDINO
'I' L l un:11 : Itreet. 'fhls building hu a fir e.
lre
rror cem-nl basement. complete .Ieam he4ln
SIxturc . water on all floors . gai. tc Apply at
the DUce ! OfTIse le 1-10 :
OFFICS. IIU14OIMANIOI.OCK. nEST LOC - .
( Ion. } ' . D : , \\'ead. . and Uoulu .t. LOA.
1-10
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AGENTS \XTEn. .
t
WANTlD-'It ) UTUAL IESIIWE FUND -
- LIfe . . ) olllon of New York desires to e a-
gill len managers and general igenta of ex.
perlenc $ * aunt ability toe woi-l k In Iho "Nt ;
"pt lacralv tirmi. Addresi durlog * a 01 h.1
.
.4 1 H fob81 dlreelor o . " < uriDI . , -2 Omaha Af"
t . - 8
, VANTI3D . noon LOCAL RSrI1B8FNTATLW I
In lawns or zo or Dnr nrtnr.E'TATIV ; :
"an 110.0 ur $ : ) .o 10 hindu urge ordet . < I
Splal ) Supply Co. . 81.101 I. Cloclnnal orer. . :
J- ! : : '
AGENTS HUIE IT ISI'ERLASTINO ;
. alothts \11 \ , clothe , rlns strIng on tIns
olohe.11 ! dOIle Itrhll 110 : ( nnot
1 _ : . wiujJ . $ Rrwn & c . . Muiksgo a.
Mjcb. 4
> cb " -M .0 .
F
AO'TS WANTJ3I ) .
Continued.
AONTA WANTSD1BNSI1ltTrlC : ; lUN TO
arl 10lo hy Imlle nt here o travel ; ealy
a pl"r ; liberal , larJ or III lOrml..lon.,1. , .
c. with itam . I' O. wx 1103. New York
City. "
CI J-"Im 2 : uo
I.AlnAO NT/ m'lmn tTIEIOAnUNT :
i , ulrk slrl : big trontl : catalogue free. Mn.
N. U. l.lttle Mfg Co. , ChIC/O tatalofo 1.JM2
. J-M2 2'
2'H
' \\X'I'I'U-TO InN' : .
1-n. 10USI NI'H 101 8011001. . 0' . D.
1.
" 'eat. IG nnd Uouelas. ' 1-1l1 1
WANTlm 10 lIN'1' . G TO 1.nOml ( MO1)flltN :
cottage. b ) ) 'olnl rntrl d cnutte. State li
ton anti ternue. Addreu Y & 1 . leI ut.t. .
K-2I.
ltI1Nl'tIa . \OBNCY.
O. O. WALI.ACt. HINTAI.S , 31 UIIOWTN . - 1.1 _ .
- 1.-31 ,
STOItiC1.
ImST STO11AflS 111.fIO IN OMAhA. U. S.
AlA 1.
Gov. hOld.1 warehouse : hOI.ehold goods .tored :
law.t rate , . 10II I. Lcav co. . M312
SOIO : 1"IAN 'C\\lis- 1.211 J'HNI 111 \
tACIVIC STnAG & WAHEIOUSI C" ' S3
U Jone .1. General Itorl' and forwulding.
M311
:11
FOIl S.ti.S-1Vlti1'tlt1. :
I.'on S.I.I IY ( 'lISA ! ' . II' T.lnNT :
once. . . furniture of I .evn ' tom hou. , and
house for rent. 2I Spcneer sl' lt.
0-223-3'
Foil SAI.l3-M1SCt1.tt.t13OUS.
F OIl RALI CIEAJ'TWO I.AnOE AND TWO
Elal hotel ralg , lughes St".o npalr
workB , COT So. 13th. Q-t6fl - - SG -
IAII\\'OOU I I ( COM lii NATION 10GNO
cllcen renC Cha. It L < e. 9th and Dou IRS.
Q-11
ICr IN CAIIWAI ) LOT8. COltISSl'ONISNCI3
:
CAH.AU COlmSIONIICE
eollclted. A. . . Nicholas . Council fluffs. la ,
Q-MGG6 59
ron tAl.l CIISAI' , 1110 I.INI OF SI.eOND :
hnnl ) I.I.I ) el . 'I " ia Icco conpall ) ' . 31 ;
N. 1th 8Ir el. Q-B31 S IS
HllWiT ! I'ItICISl'AlIFOItItAOS : - : - ' - . mONo .
me'al , rubber and L'Jlt. , : .r Iota n . " .IAI ) .
, Chlcaco Junk Hau.e. 812-81 U < ugl" : . . Oaln.
:
S SCOND HAND LAUltt : JINIY
fECNU /
!
ch.all. IteptirIng laundry mndlntry I
le..lrln !
ai.eIzlti. 813 North 16th 1 SI. ( i-
HOGS ) ( FOl SAI.I : ' 111:1 : l'llm In:1 s'r.
I"'rad lU1. ' In'lahc It lar ) ' .Ir't .1.lhlrs.
Q-M213 2i'
Q-U .
' \ ' . \ ! ' ' ) ) - ' itvv.
\ VANTSI-SSCONI.1 IANIIS ) LI T1Fn FIl.
W\NTED-SECOND.1ADm
log rahln t. Must he cheall. Ad.IIo " \ ro.
I. . ollIcO. NM-IG1-27
pen SAlI-F't1ILNI1UIt13.
OOOD JIATnl AI ! A COOK ST\'I FOi
bolo cheu ! Cal at ll - 'ark'I < 0-M21 flveflUe. 23' :
- - - - -
1'Of SAJ - HOUSgS. 'r.\GOX , J , 'C.
l"OI . \.t. A 1'1.AT1O0tM SII O OIAY
wagon : good ac new : cheap. . Can h. N'I at
2d _ MeadtmlerN : carnlaI urk 1'-MI08 30
GOOD I'IIAIITONI'ltSALS. $10. I INHIE
al 1 : Norlh 3Gth Ht. 1-J'3J'
CIAIU"OYA'S.
MlS , ' 1. \VAIIIOSN . Cl.AIflVOYANT. IE- :
lIable bu.lness medium : SIll year at lS N. 14-345- 16th - .
NOW TIY I''TI ! I.JOI' , 1.SltOY. : li\ 1'\1-
Iol " , ' nl' . the Ir"t .t clairvoyant nl,1 .lc:11 : . 1
trance mcdlum Ih'lnJ : Irlg t''lr'lhlnuc.
Cel,18 when alt Otl4eI I' fal : ' "I.farl : , " gUaran .
teed or no 11) ' : all In trouble call 1 1e.h : ' II'
'
8-5213 31'
1IASS.iGC. flATIIS. 13TC.
lAD\m SMITh. r02 R. 13Th. 2ND 1.1.001. -
room J : unegnetic. vapor , alcoh3l. .Ieam. Nut :
. , . . , '
I.hrrlne and sea hall. T-iuilI-3t'
MASSAUS , lAD.\lP UJIN.\Ul. 141 DOIXiS
'r-M4 81'
,
MMS. IIOWSLL. TURKISI AND ILI Cmc
haths. 1"lnesl l'arloM In city. 3U.3" H. 15th.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ : I ! t. ' -
MItS. nil. I.EON. m.l:0NT MASSA(116 AND
electric huth. Parlora re.rul and lefne4llltnC .
42 North Ilh atrleL T-19J : ' :
T'uiuCSI ILiTIlS.
TutKISI IATI8 : ONLY II\CI tN. CIT
_ exclu.etve for la < . Suite 10.10 Uc Udg. : 133
LADES' IAT I 8 , MME. I'08T. 31IV 8. 1,1 3I 2
nSONAL.
-
VIAVI CO. . 31S nEt BLDG. HEALTH fOOl 6
flee : homo Ir"atrenl : lady attendant. _ 11-343
U. HAA . FLORIST. pr\NTH. CUT FI.OnmH.
naIIU t. luau. residence and grave "e.orl" " I.
11 Vilton stre.I Telephone iiG. U-M319
iz : iiis. W . E . I ST.3US : 15Th .
U-O
FINS h.IVSflY lGS CIIEAP. 1m IAIT"n.JY.
17th and Ott. lar ) a al'enue. Telephone 44) .
U-M9 !
-
PRIVATE JOm I'OU WOMEN DUmNG ( .
Inclml lest .ererence gh'en. : I N. 25th.
1J-MIS.1413'
TINTI : TO BENT AND SIThL.
1313 FarnuIfl .treet.
Phone aram 883. A. H. ltawltzer. 5-133-1421'
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ThTOSlI WIShING INrUIIMATION ON IN-
'lmmISINO . . rree. , " : . . coco. . . grain and eatlIe .
Iend . climate. Itnunigrut lull. elc. . will " I e cor. .
I'relh' , an.wer,1 by onel".lm $10 rvgletercd .
I " locwoodparlalo No. 31 , IlgItn. COIOI'
biA. i4uth America. U-MblG 523'
clNTLSMSN. : : ' ( H : IAlmmD : SJNDOUI
lum" 1\1 11'\IP" with 2-cent .tum\ for Imr.
teulars and lady COllopondenls World Cor-
leSl'ollnl club. lox 74) . Cincinnali. 0.
U-Mill 30'
oi.nir.its OF TiE WAlt OF TiE m'U L-
lon who have not asp.1 theIr rl't : tinier , the
honwstpu" ) Jaw for obtllllnl land wIll bear
. .omfthln to their Id'"anll O by ealing 01 me-
thIrd lor or Stilled States ! bank bIl ; inquIre
. . . . . '
at ele\.tor. U. U. Miller. U-219.
NOTICEI HOW TO cm.on TIPS ANI JUI
hOB any color : alt Dna made new : worth
$ .0.0 10 you. A < dress box 121 , CraIg. : eh.
5-51231 23'
U-:1 2'
IONgy ' 10 LO.iN-1tL3tL ' I S'I''E. .
\NTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO" 313 : . I.JFE.
I.ouns at low ratea ror choice securIty In NO-
Lraka anti Iowa rarms or Omaha ely property.
- :
\-S
MONEY TO 1.0AN AT LOWEST 1IATES. TOtS
O. P. Davis C. 1503 Faram It. ' - :
CITY LOANS. . C. A. STAflIt. GI N. Y. \\-1 l.1FB.
Ll C INSUHANCE J'OL1CIES I.OANED ' ON
or bought. F' . O. Chesne . } _ anzaa CI ) . . :10.
_ _ , _ \ \ '
- _ _ _ _ -
C\I'ITAI. U.O.Q : 8enl'I.U8. JIj : U. S.
Mortgage 'rust Co New York : toe 6 per cent
loans on city prpert ) APII' to I'u.ey &
'homas. DGcnts. ro' 201 Flrll Nal. l'k 1114g.
V-336
MONI3V TO LOAN ON IMPROVSD OMAhA
10lY 1"10\'ID
real ealnle. lirconen. Love & Cu. , l' xtol OMAIA .
W-n
? .IONI3Y TO J.\N ON IMI'lIOVEfl OMAIIA
"rulerl l'lte1) Trust Co. . IN " W IAIA
3
LOANS ON IMIROVOD & UN1MI'flOvsD '
: t1lOVCO cny
I'tllrtY. . l'arll 1lh UNUIPJOVID & Co W . CI'Y .
3S1
G Ilm CeNT MOCY TO LOAN UPON OMAIt . \
rel estate & Nel farms. W. It.Meikbe. 0:1.\1.\ Omaha
! OI'OAGE I.O.\NS. LOW ILATI3S. _
J. 5. ZIIUe. 16h and 1)uuglas . uinh. \V-MCSS.S1O
W-G3S810
: $ - : ,0 TO $ : . F. D. WE.\D. 1 8 DOblU1.AS. _ D 3 81
tlOIT ' 112313 I.OANS IN SMALL. AMOUNTS.
Steed & 8el ) 16t I0arnam. UNT
1101JY TO . - ' LS.
MONDY TO LOAN ON rUIINITURU. l'l.tNOd.
IJ.\N08.
hen. . . wa on. elc. . at lowest l rates In cty :
no removal of goods . .
rmol'al "n. : .lrleUr onn..nlal : rou
cn pay lbs lan e.t any time . or 10 uuy
itnoupt. 1 : )
roJ1
itnoupt.OMAhA. . 7.iOflta.Ou LOAN CO. ,
1(10 . . IGlh .t
- X-Ht
MONEY TO LOAH. 33 60 . 90 DAYS FtIjjji.
IOEY LAN. a G. t ; -
tare. paDO. . etc Pull Urien. town ! . } iN-
_ bloc" ' -M6 (
DUIINESS CIhANC23S.
$2.0.0 STOCK 0. AERCllDIS IN hJEbT
town In eutfrn 14ihrak tor I.nt and U&T
or ultltnl Ad.lrc. t _ . ura J. T-M363 ant
$ ? .160.OO STOCK OF (116N1231A1J MEIICIIANDLHR
for ala or Irds for I\wr or eastern Ncbraak F
\ "Iln br.ka
farm. 10" " OWltn ctay. 1& 1z T : H. Nw. .
-lN-a
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ItSINI S ! CI1.tCI
c Unu.t. .
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85 O.O ANV Ul'WAhtD 1'11 MONTH lIARII.y
lale will , small capItal b , .r.temalc specu.
hatlon. $ .rrt m'lh" ' . Jook ant flrUcular IPU'
rrel National bank , rerncC Tbomu & Co. .
J : tano bll ( . , Chicago. Y-l4n.H2' C
'r ibS ( ' I.N.J . W A T.1F1rriMIs-vANTl1n.
\
n Iarlner with from $ ' . .0 ( 10 $ lm.O ) In iD
olanll" ialng 11811eo. In Omaha. Only
responsible len answer ; $1,200.0) annually guar-
IlluteNi. Adiress Y 10. Dee. - IU-
Altel. <
' Y-Ml5
H ( 'ANhINAYIAN l1'O HTon rOi SA 1.5
chP11 In . to\n of : . ,1) ) ; 3.040 Seatultruaviana :
three Hanl.h PhNiCiThl1a , ownpr Wanta I. K <
into inrinutlehtirlng dent need . , ,
. . tulnl ; nled calh. AlIrcas
' 6' ' ; . lr othice. \ ' - " 7 I "
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1'1 8/1.12. JAla\ III.I'TI' : : ooon
ti-ale. 21 N. 16th , atreet. Y-M2t6 2 ! '
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1.'OI hiXCIIth1
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LANI1 10IUUS ANt ( ' ASH TO TlAm 1.'OI
.I"rt general r rchnn < lse. 1. U. 10. 3' ' ) ! .
- Alma. Net . - h. ZISGG
A rNI2i.OTWOItTll ! $5-MOO ' J'01 A (1001)
'J.O UOOl
phaetnn. 0. II. 1'yne. li02 1..lnnO slr'rl. ,
-Im 2)
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1'OI Sth.I--hblS.tI. : Es1'.t'1l2. .
UAHaAIN . H.I Ol TI1AI1IO. 1 : CI1'Y IROP. :
antics end rms. John N. F'renzer ul'i. 1' . O. '
1110-333
A IJSTI1ACTS. ThIS HYION HUED COMI'ANY. Im-I ' '
I"\I I LANDS C F. 1A121t114021. IE-M73.HIU' ll2 N. \.Ife. ! ,
S STOm AND UOIHI.S FOIl SALTO OIl itflNT. '
'
J'ur I'arlcular Ippl tn Olaho l."n end
, anl
Trust Co. . IGII and Douglas treel. :
1tS-2.tt 142
D. ROOt MODCI1I1105512. . NIClO : \ ' : '
line .hade tree . . Jo1 hnm lovely manue. near i
molor. J. 11. 1arrote , Dougl.ts II0cl , . I
fl1-M53-55
- 1r-IS5 I
fOUTIEIN .AI' FOR - SAl.E. 1 :
1G acrea of land. lhreO-rluartere or n mIle '
f rom the ralrrn,1 , town of Unlontown. In tlue
h at or 1lc : " 1hbncl prairie .nUltty or central
. \ iaIam. , . " Only a " nuitl amount ur cash re-
I 1,1
qa uirel , . h"lanrr on long tll . 1.'or InforlUon
adlr . the owner.
JOHN 23. JSFF'111105. Felma. Alnhuma.
1116-:4tt :
10"IH ON EASY I'AYMErri4. SI.1.1. AND
buy lotS. acres. Iarn3a. ' Garvin ibros. . 230 NY. 1. .
0110-360 :
I JAIIOAIN3. uOlsn > I.OTS ANt PAUIg
sale or Irade. 1' " 1. D"rlng. Uurker 1tbclc.
I E- G.
5 ACIS : Nl AI 110. oMAhA. $ : : .
2 nrr" bet O"ahl nn,1 S. > . Omaha $ .30) ) .
o nerr. . . n. w. $ . .0' ' ) ) . $
lnllful I lot near Hans om Park $ I. ( .
9 .r. loler luouiw. n"rth It. I"rlt , U.r. , '
C < la e. ahoul ole mile west ! . nr car . $ )3) .
Urlrk 5-r. lou ' , n.1l 1" , n , $ .2 :
1 -r. house an,1 ! full lot $ :2 ; . $
IF largabna In Inlere.t tearing prollrl . .
! ' . I. \Ved 16 ant . loula ! . ) 11Oll
SIIA. IAHO.JN IN NrI.Y'I nY
Part l or the city. . F' , 1) . Ven1 . IG ani IoUgbIa :
51" agent for over 1O0 owners. 1F-J03 I
1.N l I }
Ls ) Iu 10" $35 an acre. ' .
MI ) ) 1:11801 : ( u. . $2) ' nn Icrp.
3.4 ! n..r SIoux ( 'ity . $00)O.
.
6111 I."r l'astanI. In. , $23 nfl tucre.
3.1 l.h1\11 Co. . $ : ni Icr , ' .
6.o ) 1 JawNon autO tusl r co. . $3.O '
1.0 acre . N. M. . $ tO0. )
¼ I NC near Sinai Ithani , $2) nn ncr
it B"e. near Grand 1 , lund , $ : .r ) ( , , \ ! ! , .
24) ' i4lnIy ) calmly , $3) ) ao acre.
I. Me. ( ito ! C" ) . $1 : an ncre
212 ) neur . N"h. ( 'Ity. $45 all ncre.
7 : ' ) Blrl eo. . $56 In acre .
3 : : ) Iumlll 10. $ : nn acre.
RI 10 , Iln'oln. $ I.G ( slnp ) .
. 2.0U'J acres Monae" : co. , la. . 123 an at.
il ncrcs nar Salem. Ore.
ICI ) near \Vest PoInt , 35.4.030.
2. ! ) ' ) lHrr9 scatl.'rel. $ nn acre.
C. 1' . I1irrton . 91 N. Y. Llfc. .
BI'.2.
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FOl SALF7.IIIOAIJTIFUI. I1ION'I'A1. 1101.
trty : vtt 2G.OIO. ) lt 13,030.01. '
1.'lno home on West Jar ) : caNt $ t.8.0 : goc
nt $ .71.0.
4 ( ) acre . clear spl n"lrrilt \ In,1 , nrr St
I.uls : 21.0 ' ) takes I : ' 5'.01 cit-It . h"l.lce : ole
yelr wlh"ut In\'r"st , "r wi ler"l Ir" , ' . L-
m.1. Waterman $23 N. Y. J.lre 1 < 1il'
. 1116-MIt ! 2 l
, IIICYCL23S.
21. O. DAXON .02 N. 16Th. :0
STI r.INO. 111111.1' 1.11613 A \ VAT411lS'105T
, 'r ElectrIcal SupplY Co. . 1315- howard " ' 3rTI . ! :
8F1 THI V1141h11.12 I1AT.li IJAHGH ON
1llay Special. Wi larnum & BN. . 12 ) N. h.
WE3''ElN ICYCLE & GUN CO. . 2IG CUllING 3H .
! IAI''LJ S , GRATES ANU ' 1IL1 S.
WOOl 2tIANTI6I.S. GIIATIO14. 'rlt E'orr
1"'Ila(0. vr.tbules and large ( loon : write for
"rlc"s. lillian Iogera & Sons. Omaha. 3n
10TBI ,
.
ATNA MOUSE mIIOIEAN ) . N. W. COn
1th amt D. e. Itooma'biy day or week. 3 .
UOTWI . UAI1KEII. FRANK 1IIl.DtTClI. MOR
:
1th und Junes stul. : So. Om.lh and Sherman
eve cur . pass the door.
AMI6ItICAN pl.AN.
i : rooms at AIEHCAN . : ' ly ' ) roon . lt $ :00 dny.
lOuropean plan Gcu \ $1.0' ) per dAY. ! CG
'IE "LANOE" hOTEL. rm S. 1TH STilES M.n ? _
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DIVSIC. . \t' ANn 1..NGVAra s.
.
GOItOU P. GEII.NIECK. ! nAJO AND
0(0101 , 191 CoOS street. M-I09
SEND $1.0 J'01 $2.0 WOITH 01 SONGS :
Amorita. Pretty \\.lol In 111ouneru . H.rlnl
lIable. The COO'se "r True Love Never luns
HmJoth I.ateat . hits. _ \V < olbrllge tIres . .
thnali Neh. 821
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WILY I1ION' ? A POOH I'IANO .
WiY 1rNT J'J'N07 V1I. U.
llchunoller . G : lcC.I Luldlna. rent the
finest or Phnnoa. Terms II , I : ant $6 pr
mcmlii. Malcolm Love planu sell at factory
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11rl S. 11-157.31'
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1'AW'MIitOlCl3ItS.
U. - IIAIOWIT . LOANS MONI3Y. H3 N. 1 ST. !
SIOU'rUANU AD T\'l'E\\'UI'IING.
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL. G1 N. Y. I.ne
11-339
OMHA , COM. COLLI0016. 16H & DOUOLS.
lSI St
COAL.
SII IIAN COAT. . % , (1 1.1W. 118' COKINO
coal ' mIned In WyomIng . $ .r : hump I . splendid
for grates . I.G. Also dealer In 1' nn'YI\nln
har coaL Victor \ \ 'lleTel , 127) 16 Furnam. 41
I ' AJIS POIt Inx'l.
J'AlM FOIl 1ET FOil CASH. ADDmRS.
Y 17. hlee. 8J
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1'ASTUIIAGI3.
COOL ) I'ASTUItI6 J'Ol ItOitSIOS. 1.0 JJ :
month "r bend. Charles Uans. St. l'aul , Ncb.s .
lNnBI''AICEIS AXU E3IoLI nS.
U. 11. lUmnI FUNCIAL DlJ'OI AND
embalmer 168 Chicago at. . telephone 9) . : U
SWANSON & \.LJN , nOI CUUNO. TEL : lOG ) .
11. o. IrAUL UNDEIAIC n ANt EIIUAI.M.
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"r.\.M.
er . 11 I..rum at" telephone z :1
ACCOUNTANTS.
CIA & VALTEils. Xi'htT ACCOUNTANT .
Mht Nat'l bank. Tel. 1636. 1lefttenceu. - 176
UJU SSI\CNG.
I NGAOErINTS TO DO IRSSSIIAR1NQ IN
Camilca solicited. Mlu Sturdy 4 > JI-tC' liurdette . .
El.EtY1'JIICAL SUI'J > I.IES.
ELECTRICAL ENONEEll AND CONTRACT.
or. for electrIc lIght and motor plants and aU
klnaa or electrical conhtruclion. \\'cstfm Idlec.
tlcl Supply Co. . 11 cnllrlcton.'cstfm Huw.r at Ee- :
DAiC . iN 0.
PRVATE I.SNB DAY OR IOVI2NINO AT
Mond' . 1510 Ilarney. Our &VENNG hal been
rnovUe ; throughout : foe rent II club parties :
now op" for 101p,0100 lni p.rO S
DCNTIST8.
11. ; . 'AUI. 3012NT15T. J bUIlT B. a
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{ ( 'p'rlght. 1535 . II Irving lhichielIr. . )
The hut was built or 111eces of rock carl
fuly fitted together at the bJck , and at fIrst
I COII ! discover no inean . oC hl\'c3tgatn
the Interior rrom whbre 1 stoml Just then
I head the door open ' and 1 crept behind n
rock Peering frail ) my retreat 1 saw the
"Gnan go toward tite grove with n luaU.
There was a spring oC trall water thae.
I again approached the house , and . 111ng n
large l crack at one place between the edges
of the stonez . I took out my knife and I
chlPllcd briskly away at the cay until I I ,
head a clatter Inside which w.rnt me ,
that I hind penelrate,1 the valI. The t0tiIc I
hall now fallen and It wa neatly dark.
MotIir'Ideaux returell and lt a caudlo.
caule.
after first closing the door carefully behhll
her. Wih my eye to the chink In the rali I
wal
could see tim Interior or the one room fairly
ce1h . I contained a I'udetable. - . ont chair , 1
bed
of cocoa leaves In
a corner , a few cli
laslets and household ulensls and a al ,
Mother Yldeaux made her tea nut the n
tureed 10 the basket of foot she hml brought
Cram tile enclosure. Site lall each arUclo
cat elessly on the table but whel she CI10 :
to the loaf 1"orS'lhe hall gl'en tier she
lerred It over and over lu her hands chucl
hug In n tow cracked lotte as though Its
aprear.nce Imused her. Thn she laid . It
carefully by and ute her supper with up.
partnt appetite. wih aI-
I leel lIst say that I was Intcnsely In-
( crested . and watched every Onotloll as she
cleared away the table , lit a short clay pIpe
and theli as I guessed she would , took up
the loaf again She leaned over the table
ant , crnmbled I cnerul ) ' wIth her fingers .
morel by morsel. Soon she uttered an
ejaculation. Solilething had utteree
Somethlnl Calen tipout the
UI'OI
table ; rnin the crumbs
trCl1 She PlckeI it UII
and held I to the' lIght . which caught I one
point or I antI soul out nn oblIque prismatic
ray : It was a rough Ilamon I prismatc
My he.rt gave a great bound of delight-I
delght-I
had ! unl my clew at last
She went through Iht whole loaf and lath
nine tlnmonds In a little heap on t"c' tal)7' : .
Thtn , sHllcII there were no more . she
gathered 1(1 ( the crumbs 11t ) them away and
reaching Into the bJrrel
reachll brought out .
a COCO.-
nut. The husl tons triUlIfleti 51141 it otas .
Irlulnct 1\1
ready for shllplng. She tool a \ knife Wn and
dug out one of the " " alt
lug aie tht. "eyes" and put the
Ilumol\ls through the Plonlng into the nut
Next she filled the "e'e" with pItch , ns Is
Iho custom to preserv the nuts , and holding
I to her car shook I vIolently . I made no
solInd I could bear : hie hulk In
sount coult bear' Iht mik the nut
probably pre\entng ' he , stones Cram strlklng
together Mother VblealX laughed gleefully
and tossed the nut bch ( Into the bJrrel.
Silo sat down In c chair
hr aghi . smoking
.
contentedly and I jas ;
\'al abOUt 10 beat a retreat -
treat sJtsfed that 1 had learned all that I
had hoped 10. when my attention was
1) ar-
' atenton
res tel by seeing her rpach sUddenly W8 forward
and tale a smal round basket upon her knll
I was a nal\'o blsket made or woven
COcoa leaves and co'eied over the lop by a
cou.e cloth She unUet one cad of this
and Uc,1 , I UII. ent
Instantly there gl-ed over her arm a slender -
her , - snake and
slver-grar ld a shudder went
over me as I recognz d' the ( deadly asp. It
t
rested upon her Eho ( lder and Ihrust its I
heats b fore her Iaee Mother Videati
Vlteaux
laughed and patted tJie head and stroked Its
. . .
, slroket
tiiiillflg neck.
/hlnln
/ !
ISj
"Giad 10 get out . .1oison ? " sIlo crooned ,
tenderly , as mother '
a 'ould
Icnterly talk to a child
, ;
"glad to stir about a bit . 1& you ? Hard , lIfe . I
Polson ' , to bo cooped up all day In a basket ,
wi' nethlng to stick those pretty fangs Ilto !
Take . care . deary ! " as the snake made a sud-
ten moUon with its graceful head "mlun't
strike nt mammy you low. I'l bo worse
for you t you acts ugly wI' mammy. There !
I'l let you stay out to night. You can be
my watch dog and keep the niggers nway.
Ha . ha . ha ! No one likes 10 bather Mother
Vileaux when her pet is loose Hun away
how poison , and we'l get 10 bed.
Shivering whh horror at the scene , I drew
buck and as my , eyes grew accustomed to
Iho fading light without I pIcked toy way 10
the corner of the house turned Into the
path . antI came face to face with Howard
Irorsythe !
I cver a desire to murder showed itself In
a man's face I read It In lila
"What arc you doing . here ? " he demanded .
harshly.
"Attending to my busln03s , " I answared ,
firmly. ret
"What have you seen ? "
"That Is lY affair . " .
He stared at lt a moment without speak.
lag . anti then broke Into a rnr .
"You scoundrel ! " ho cricil with an oath , I
. _ i'- ; '
1
F
a--
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- \flhlfr \
Iougl , diamontis.
"If I thought ypu were pryIng Into my
affairs Id kill you as I\'ould a dog ! "
"Mr. Forsythe " I returned . "pray recollect
yourself. You are sll alilj to one authorized
by your brother andyu1seht to discover this
theft of your tlamonts , low much I know
I shall not nt prpsenlillh OUt I wnrn you to
bo crerul what yoto . u ) If you would not
have the whole world , as well as your
brother know till truth ! "
Ho controlled hinlselt . with an effort ; I
could se his face wale-furple with rage and
his hands clinched tightly together ; but he
turned on his heel wttltsu
wtlout another word and
marched down the path C the ! enclosure . I
Colowed 11 silently , qr'dy ) regr\ttng encosure.
\
I had shown him my IRant so soon. 'hank
heaven the ship was due In three days !
lie shut hlmsol ithn' hb room without
even a glance al 10 : ant , I went 10 my own ,
1)
and wrote n full account ; the scene I had
witnessed at the cola" Then I knocked at
Herr SchlItz's door . flflai .
"Voll ? " he cried. I "Caine Inl" I entered
and asked hIm I he ' w4id4 keep a small par-
cel for me till I wejit-&vay. He rolled his
eyes toward mo wltbot' o sparlc of Intelhi.
i Intel-
genco In them Ito waa already drunk , ant a
glass at his elbow : scoI . thrult my packet
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IVnNI ! Ss 6OTlC16S.
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DAM.\OED MIRRORS lESILYEnED. n N. 11. ,
ass I
. as
JrOVXD.
FOUND . L.AiiES' Sli.K LACI3 . ' .
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1"OlND. LII' " LCE SHAWL UJ'
ot Ilalduff' . . AUI. 1. 1.'uuo-X. :
DUILUNO . LOAN ASSOCU.TlNS.
SIAlES IN ItTUAL L " B , ASS'N I'A\
6 . 1. 8 per cent when . I. e . : n "r. old. always
reemable 10 { I..rnam .1. . NatItngr lre , )
3
now T am A nOMC OIL SCCUitlO GOOD
Interest on uvlnl' Oi Omaha I. . GOD
Ain . 10 l bl < 0. 1 Natntr , BN. I l.
3tdreueJ to my employer , Into his desk nnd
quit the r000i . The fellow hall already ror-
Iol n lIlY luresence and sat . staring stupidly
beCore l hull.
hll.Y.IN
' . -IN D5AII' : I'12ltIl.
I did not see Howard ] , 'orythe until noon
the next ( lay . and then the look he gave hOe
:
le
was so lallolt that I dId lot address him ,
The day wote away without adventure . 10
lY IntollO .lsfJetun , and I retIred c.lly
to I ) ' rooni.
'I'lie next lornln I was walking about thin
cncloure to ttlw the air and telling 1)'sel
that tomorrow Ih > steamer would arrive autO
deliver II troll lY Ilprlsonmenl , when alt
my surprise howard rorsythe walked toward
S IlO.
000,1 Inornlhlg . Andrews , , " he said as he
came UI . "have ilnished ' "
. you Inlsholl your ml5slon7"
" .
"Nol entirely.
entre !
"Th n you do not Intend to leave by to-
morrow's boa ? "
"Pardon me ; I do. "
lie looked at inc stt\Uosty : for n ( line.
pUflg at hb cigar anti ivllenty , thinking
what be should E " . When he spoke It was
In i an altered tone.
" 'Vo had better undrstnnd one another ,
A ndrow8. "
I nodded my acquiescence ,
"A the head of affairs In lienita . " he con-
tnued , "and lY brother's representative . I
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t .
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"Yoti ecotindrel " ! " h" erIch wIth an oat ? , .
request a rul report of whatever you may
have dlscuvered-or nattier what you think
you have tlfco\'ered.
For a moment his audacity took my breath
away but I repllei . shorty :
"I nm employed by your brother My report -
port will b2 made to him alone. "
"You have fully decided 10 Ignore mo ? "
"To the extent of retaining what know !
edge of the theft I possess. "
possess.
"Very good. I Is not what I had a right
-expect , but I think we understand each . ,
! other " and wIthout more ado ho turned his I
back and walked away. -
I reflected that although he might under- I
stand le I could not Imy"hat I understood
him , or hIs intentions , and In spite of myself .
self I grew nervous as tile day wore away
onll I saw that ho studiously avoided me.
I lade a farewell call on Mr and Mrs.
Delby that evening , and whm thy dlscover.d
I was 10 leave the next day they managed
with nn effort to forget one another partIally :
and entertaIn le to the best of their re-
Rources. When I left them It was already
dark . and a the office bulhlng seemed do-
serte,1 I decided 10 go fo bol. to.
Going to lY rom I wrote up my diary
parUaly packed my , 'nlsl. ant then . not fee- ! :
Ing sleepy I read for nn hour In an old !
novel I had round at Iho office. Even after
puttng out the lamp ant crawling Into aCer bet L
I tel nervous ant wakeful , and It was a L
long tulle before I fell Into a doze.
I woke abruptly , with a sense of Impending
danger . and ollenl my eyes.
The moonlight shone full through the cnr-
lalnle5s window anti feli . .
rel Upon the door op.
pcslte me. I could discern all objects within
the little roam nearly as volI
lte wel as by clay tel
the bet was beslto the window and therofor '
In shade , Willie the sot lght fooded thtreore Iht
space beyond and rendered me Invisible to I
auy one stantluJ In the doorway. -
SOIO one was standing thier ' now , for I I
saw his - Corm outlIned against the frame , fll )
the hoer stood half open . Whie I was ant
te-
bating whether or nol to cry ont the fern
tislPJearet a momentinnd then , returning .
advanced a step ant llaCd some object upon
the floor . My eyes followed .aeb motion ; and
DS he stepped back I was horrlfet 10 reeog"
nlze In tile object :
n 51111111 ronnd nativi
basket similar to Mother Vldeaux's. nntl'e ;
ole also was covered wIth n coarse cloth and :
m ) hair arose with terror when I paw the
Intruler , reach out hh arm and fumble with
the leots at the aide
( Contlued . Thursday. )
"A'on AX IN\ ' ' SIJ\'IIOX.
Co.u.h".lont'r.11 1.001. I.to the
. 1..1 Plrn , :1.IIU.IJ.'I'nt.
I Is riot likely that many days will pas ;
before George Stryker , superIntendent of :
the county poor farm , will be hauled oje : r
the coals for mismanagement of the farm
"I lilt free to conren "
al , said CommlHsloner :
Jenkins , "Ihat so tar as I eli ) concerned I
nothIng will b3 placed In the
wi pl3cet way or a ful
In\estgaton. . The maier wil bo thordbgbl tt
To CI.nn" . the 8alem
Etectualy yet gently . when costIve or bIt .
lotis or when the boo ! Is Impure or slug
gish , to permanently cure habitual consti -
paten , 10 awaken the kidneys and liver to
a healthy activity . wihout irritating or weak
ening them to
dispel headaches , cold , or
Ce\'er use Syrup of Figs
.
AutO 111110n ' 001. . u liii iid .
Alice Drnnle swore out a ccmplalnt yei I.
tertay for the arrest .f Minnie J.uchld
nail Frank Hamilton . charging them will as : .
saufl . , ,
The complainant bore evidence of ha\'lng :
been badlY abubed as her face was swolle : a
and discolored from the erect of blo\ Bwoltn .
alleged , that at 2 o'clock
alcle,1 In the 'Iornlng ,
" 141115" Fairchild and she becJme engagt In an
altercation . which resulted In Hamion
kntcklng her down and
town pummelng her fact
The hearing wi come before the polic 0
magistrate today. } olce
l.uuli.0.1 I 4 Ii t' I.hl' ' .
J. N. Ii. Patrick , government director of
the Union PacIfic , left yesterday In D
special car for a trip over the system I Lt
will be Mr , Patrick' first trill over the roa I
sInce his olpolntment to the posItion as di
a tt
rector. He wi complete the trIp tn time to
bo present at the meeting or the directors
of tile road to be held In nos ton September
18.
Lost 'On" sit ills I.K" ,
A. S. Joseph , residing at 3522 } Causls avenue I-
flue , was down at Adair , h. He made n run
to catch n passenger train on the Rock Islanc
Grasping the hand rail . he tel bneath tbe
car , the wheels of which paned over one of
his legs , Cutting It o. 10 was brought to I :
the ( city today anl taken to the Metboll lst ;
. .
hc.pltzi. _ _ _ _ a- _ _ _ _
I'iit Ocr for Out , 1)tty.
The case against Frank Mattocks , charge ci
with embezzling the funds of the Seymour
Like Ice company . Was called II police court I
yesterday and contlnustl until toda
)8.lerday contnut unll toay
The prosecution Wi not ready to take up I
the case ant the detente deman4ed ii 1 Inl I
mediate hearing . I
IWUI I'-Of IIANI)1.lNl - TII - HUnS
\ \ 'lit lie I'uit In use In t . Ciy IOnii
. - ' '
Ih.rlnl I'nlrYrrk. .
The now swItchboard whIch will regulate
the Ighla on the exterior at the cIty hall durIng -
InR the PassIng of the state fair pageant baa .
bon recehel. , I was lade 10 order Cram
1II1s % furnIshed by City Iiec'rIctan Schurl
and electricians who ha\'o feen It say that I
Is much simpler anti , more oIecth"c ! th1n any
which had pro\loully been Invento t.
The swItchboard 11 I very sImple ! affair. I
consists of a wtlen roller nbJut a foot In
Ilameter antI nearly sk feet loTg . A Itrip
of C lller about two inches wide extndl ( rom
In,1 , to enll antI 19 closled at r'ght : angles by
a long row of narrow strips of copper which
are attached to the roller. Thee strips
closely resemble the reed of an crgan. The
electric current passes through them anti ' the '
circuit Is rOlilllle'e I a they touch the Itr per
or bras on the roller . Whie this circuit Is' '
intact every hiI cn bIle c'rcult 19 : iglitd , but I
lS the roler rc\'ol\os the narlOI strlus Iass :
ol rrom the bras on the roller and ' for 3n
Instant each light la oxlu ulshlll. A spiral
strip c brass I wound , 31'ou11 the roller . be'
ginning lt one end of the first strip aU11 I hidw
Ing around untIl It rCJchG the ( oppsl 0 cud
after havIng I'asrml clear around the toiler .
The result Is that as tIm roller reY9l'e3 first
ont anti then the next of the narrow copper
keys touch the spiral strip and make the elr'
cult , conlnuln In thIs way IUl the rele
hRS turned deer around when the straight
strip COI"S , again Into touch and all tIm nar-
row keys art In the circuli.
The 1'r1 : strip I just wide enough so that
four oC the keys touch It at once. Th ! ro .
suit Is that as the frt key touches I Ihe
first lonp , In tIle circuit Is lighted. As the
roller revol\es the secntl laml' Is lgheJ ! and
10 on unti the fifth Iml' , Cfl)1'5 Inlo the cm-
cult . \h.n , the first one gO ! Olt , This con-
lnues all arunt the circuit . a lear lamp be's
lug extinguished ns each new light Is acdetl
until the straight strip Is again reached and
all the lights COllIe Into play. ltwem tithe
and the blnnn ! cr the sp-rJI strip there 1
a short space . , so that all laml13 ! o out leI a
second , after which they aic again lh' cd
anti extinguished In succe3lcn u boore. :
The rcler 19 revolved by ole2tricity so that
all the operator has 10 ito Is to handle the
device which regulates the calaIs of the
lights. Mr. Echurg : expects 10 Intro his in-
\ 'elltlOil patented , as ho considers II a great
Improvement on any simiar device wblch has
blon previously used .
a-
'I'iut' :11,1 SI."Uh' & " ' 'l'hl"A.n 1'n'II.
I a human nerve , This In 1 slate oC hiealtil . I
bet It become overlraluCI or weakened . all I
the sensllven sH Is increased tenfold . For
weak or overwrought nerves . Ilostetter's
Slolnch flitters Is the blt tonic In ( existence
since I In\lgomles anti quiets .thcm at the (
same tIme . I also Ilosesses sllerlal\'e efTiC
cacy lu clyspepsia canstipatlon . malnrlal and
kidney complaints rheImatsm and neural.
.
sla. _ _ _ _ . _ _ _
'I'll ! :1.11 1.1' 'l'ItL6 I\uun.
Cllcn1 { rnln I ; . . " " ' ol ve'tl I. n
PIA1 ( If 'l'hioir Uwn.
Nebraska and the west promise to derive
ter\e
materIal benefit rrom a war that Is now on
between the Chicago Board of Trade men
and the owners or elevators In Chicago that
are not te,1 UII wIth the great graIn dealing
center In lho Board of 'lrde buildIng.
Board of Trde men have a lIne oC elevaw
tars and warehouses under their control anti
one of the requirements of the board Is that
grain bought for rutre delvery must be tie-
livered to these elavators. Armour anti other
heavy buyers of grain own elevators of their
own and do not rely Ulion the alt ! or favor or
the Board of Trade mel , . 'hos owners haye
been buying grain for their own elevators In
direct defiance of the manllate of the board.
GraIn shippers In different parts of the
WCt have made complaints against tile hoard
or Trade elevator alt have declared In favor
of disinterested weighmen nt all publc ele-
valors and refuse to be bound by the board
regulatlona.
One of tile first effects of the split Is a boy-
cott whleh has been ordered by tbO Illinois
grain shipper against the Bead of Trade.
Elevators wblch have ben declared "irregu'
lar" by the Hoard of Trade are In the field
for business In earnest and the grain owner
of Nebraska and the west have n chnnc for
better prices whIle the light laste and every
indIcation now I that the fight wIll be to a
finish. -S _ _ _ _ _ _
' 1'rl1Jiod wih I'i'rloellcetl Dy"rntlry.
Henry 1. Sivera of Lucea , Jamaica , Wesl
India hslattds says : "Since lY recover ) '
Cram an attack or dysentery , some len yean
ago. It comes on slddenly at lmes and makes
010
me very weak. A teas\oonful oC Chamber-
laln's Colic. Cholera amt Darrhoea Iemedy
tollen In a Ite water gives mB relief. I
conll get a dozen testmonials from propll
hero who have ben cured . by this remedy.
( n.nl ! n IN'I' ( A ' 'I AI.
10y 11" ille3ule ( iiulie to Grief on u
( : row.I. . . . ' 1'1 orolh rl r < ' . .
Master Gerald Doherty tile 13'YCr.old son
of 11ev Ir Doherty hUll 1 narrow e cape
from teath yesterday llloniilng. antI as the
result of the accident was taktn Jioiiie , wIth
a number or severe bruises and painful can
tuslons on his body.
W. n. Michaels carriage containing two
women and drIven by a coachman , was com-
ing II' ' Farnam street between I'ICeenth and I
Sixteentil as the boy was coasting down the
lull on his bicycle at considerable speed.
Unable to turn . he crashed Into the hors .
whIch was frIghtened and Jumped ntrely
over the rider and bicycle. The heavy
wheels of the carriage passed over the bl.
cycle ant then over the lrostrate boy. The I
luchlne was crushed out of shape .
The boy was carried Into the Merchanls S
hotel and a Ilhyslclan called. Ho made a
hasty examination and pronounced no broken I
bones anti nothing of a serious nature. The I
rumor loon got afloat on the streets that a L
boy was killed and In a short space of tmo I
there was a crow,1 of several hUlulrtl curious I
.
people congregated ' about the hotel. Arer
being gIven stimulants the boy was talon t
home.
. - .
Clennlhl" ' ' nlo Jr"lh.
I.adloo will find Alien's Hygienic Flult I
all that Is desIred as a clealsln ! and healng
Vaginal wash anti injection. I Is Invaluable ,
In I.encorrhoa. VagInits , etc . and Is icr , .
fectl' hiamnIleas Refined people evorywbero
use I , - _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _
Storlll" \h'I't.r" .
Friday , September G , bas been teclded
upon as the opening night for I'aino'a greal
military spectacle the "StormIng of Vlcks
burg " which Is to be gIven at Courtond
beach under tIle management of the Utii .
venally club of Omaha. The date wa
change,1 10 an earlier day , sn that the nlru
performances which It Is Intende,1 to give
could be run off before the opening or the (
fair September G Is to bl tIle Jubiee dlY ;
at the state fair , 10 the University club do-
clded that It would furnish an entertain
rent In the evening for tIle many viiors
and traveling men who have declared their
intention of beIng In Omaba on that day
,0. E. Raymoud . who represents 1.lno &
Sons In the west , says that he expects 10 sre
the state fair make a change In Ihe lid C
of affairs In Omaha and thaI ho Is gain !
to put on a show at the beach which wi
be a boom to tile town and which wil cal
In thousands train tile neighboring towni I.
One thousand , dollars worth or Irclorlll
are used each night , while 250 negroes entertain L -
tertain the pOPulace with cake walks , buck
dances and wIng daacel. I'alne brings hlB
own 8tllery along and alroJdy has six
carloadl of scenery on the grounds. The
slow will cover twelve acres when put In I
Place _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _
StiIJc'ct to Attiuckie 01 Clot'rl :1011. " .
While sto'lng In the lela ( Misisippi
10toms ) host atlnlbner . I . T. Moss , repre-
sentng Ludlow , Saylor WIre Co. of St. I.ul. .
suffered from malaria and became lubjeel ; t
10 attacks of cholera morbus In every In t.
stance when attacked he was relieved I If I
by magic by using ChsIpbeniain'a Cole ,
Cholera and Diarhoea Hemedy. lie laYI ii :
"I regard I II the 'no plus ultra' of medl-
clues. "
es. .
Ulnl.h-Amerhml Chili .
A largely attended meeting of Danih ,
Americans was belt ) at Washington hail Mon
day nliht for the purpose ot organizing a nor -
partisan political club. Several speeches were
nl8dl and In rglnlzllon was rlerrected wih
the following olrerl : I'rellont. Ii. Pkjer :
Vice Ilre.ldanl , Charles la8118en : secrctay ; :
A S.hoybe ; treasurer . I T Jrrtderlck en :
'fhl nub will be known 8 the flnIsl :
Amerllln Non-I'a\11 ( cut or Omaha and
Ih" ndxt meeting will be held Wldn .da V
f\'eslnJ. September , . )
.
-
IN AN EGYPTIAN ; nAUE ? 1
A Woman's Deorpton of What She Saw , .
and Heard Thoro.
STRICT RULES AND' REGULATIONS
No One . hit tl , ' In"hnllt : ltiy' SI' " ' tlQ
' \'I. ' , 111rTht , 1)int'iig 4111. j
ititlI 'I'lrl' I't'rforml flee-
( 'liitruisi iiix Vhldr < ' " , u
Whln I went ell to gypt I I little 10r
than elghten mOlths ago . SyS \\ler In
I.ondon Skt'tcll I was with thin detertnina-
ton to tr ) ' and Illerstand the harol \olnn.
This I thought Possible by making "eals" : on
certnlu pas lUs' wl'IStom 1 knew In anti
a round Clr. but I soon dtsco\'eret If I rosily ,
wi ished to kno\v anti uuderstauII the harel
woman as she veritably Ia . I must live wither
her as she herself lived In the liaroln. Hav-
In t ! conto to this coucitiston 1 discussed the
Wa's antI inellS with a Turkish i.shla of iil7 ,
a Cqtlaiiltatice , aio got hue the liecessar ) ' in-
t rothtbction , and in iea ttian a hllOiltIl I 01) .
t outed tIle P0t of goych ll85 to four little
c hIldren Ill thin Ilarein of ono of thu bca
n atblrcci figyptians ill tins Intoner of ligymit.
"Tile t'ord ' 'hialeIn , " which has to llnghisU
c ars stlchi an ontinous sotlilil , simply iiients
i n Arabic "temtlcs : , " or "woinei. " .1 teiiovn
t ho original Itienilihig Was "forbidden , " For
a tt eilstt'rn to sPeak of wonton , as women , 15
c oiisltici'eii highly iillproper. Ito must call
t hem hiarcema. The harem of a 111511 is ,
t herefore , tIte ahiarttitents sot apart for tim
s ole use of the woiiien abiti their children.
T ue-so are usually thu whole of the first iloor
o f the palace. No tunu lll0 miter but this
hi tisbauid , auid sOIlletiIilCS certain of the male
r elatives , but 1. have known a else where tim
h eat ! of the liareni wotthti admit hone of hii
11 1510 relatives into his harem , 'File harem
ti cuahly consists of the wIves , to the number
o r four ; fenlale slaves ( tilese I speak of were
b iack ) , 111110 teiiialo free womoil , wilD WOre
n atives of Lower ligypt. The slaves are the
hi uslanti's , properly , alIt ! 1e may use them as
c oncuibineut or Out , as lie tiesires ,
It Is cotisidcreti Indelicate for a woinaui to
a llow any otie LItIt her hiuisiaml to see hut'
h air , and unclean for any to grow upon lit ? ! '
f ace or Ilotly. luldoors , therefore , if she re-
a pects herself siio wears a head dress which
h Ubs thu haIr , attit La liy 110 orleans unbocain.
hh i. \\'iieli cult In the carrIage she uIiow
o nly the eyes to he seeii.
Tile hareun latly is boiluti to be , from her
b ringing bIll , of a low tylle. TIer DIlly etlu.
C atloil is tlue Idea to he tile Plaything ( If
8 01110 rIch man-that rich mail , of coilriue
b oitig tier legal hiusballd. From babyltooil
lie is tathfoht certain exercises of her hotly ,
w hich , to any puro.nIntictl litlrOpeail. am ( us.
g tstlng. , She hiatt no life OtltNhilO of 11Cr
gb
b ath , 11cr hotly , the visIts or her litutbanil ,
a ntI , in a very 1111141 way , her chiltirosi. FoC
r ecreation , a eunuch will take her for a
ti rIy , to call oh another hiaroill in thin
ha h arem choetl carriage , anti for itlfltlSOillRIlt
a dancing girl will be t'rougllt into tue
li arcul , or , if this hcuae is ill mourning , a
s llelkh ts'iil chant thu Icorati In tile usion'u'
q uarters , hiesi tIm wotnen gathser on th
l lsrern terrace to iistCll , The room lit
w ltir'h tlta dancing tonIc nlace was a large
e litranco room in tile harem , about sova-iity ,
f eet by sixty. Off ( his room were all tltto
ti odrooiita. Each luedroani opeiieti into tbl
r oem , anti there \VeS 110 coulinunlention to
t he hledroanls except through this roohul. It
w a'i furnished ill thin llstial Oriental style- .
i icavy silk carpets aliti ctirtairis , divans all
r ourttt the walls , floor ctu'ltlnns on the floors ,
o ath a nlsrble tahil , in tue center. The
G uiaa'azae , or dancIng girls , wotlid hI sent
f or , anil , wIth niuclt clatter of sltoea , wOtlltt
t o'atitlle into this rnonl , rolilOvilig tlleir 0U1
d oor clothing. Coffee , cigarettes aaul cognac'
voultl be hiantled theli1-tIl latter , ass titoy
s ay , to remove 11140 yell of InoileOt ) ' troll ) be-
f ore their eyesl We woiili all thell rechino
o n tIle divauis. wIth cigarettes anti coffee
t o hanil , and the slaves would fan us. An
c x.dancing woman , who had gt'owii
t oo old to ( lsilce would begin to beat the
d srabulceii , or drum , another would produce a
I ltotit IllOlit2tOilotlS discord , in excellent time ,
o n the kemtiigohi. a etningetl itlstrument ,
while a third would blow through a sort of
fl ute , Tite great loillt to each of them , so
I t seellled to lIlt , % VtIS the time , which thu
i lerforiner ou thie daraliiikoh aeined to have
a t her own disposal.Vlieii they iiath fairlyt.
warineti to their work a Ohiawazee woulti
g et tip , and , with a cigarette ut her inoutil ,
b egin to dance. What tills dance l like it
would he iliflictilt for ma to descrllio. A
s eries of wrIggles of the body to the time of
t he ntuisic , WhlIChl begins slowly , gradually' ,
g ettIng faster and faster , tIll one is fairly
d azed , when the ilancar sutitlenly tlirowa
lt l lencuelt On her back 01) a floor cushIon , nIt
t ue while wriggling to tile hilusic , which gets
s lower and shower liii It stops , The ilaiice
u sually labts nbouit half an llnilr , hilt. I linvo
a eon One Guiawazee who kept it up for an hour
a nd a halt , only stopping to wIpe th : persphra-
t ion frouit her lace. One of these exhliblll3iis
i s (411110 enotigii to disgust any European
wolilaul , no matter limo' broad Illliltltui , but
whenever the dant'Iisg girls coiiie 10 thin
h arem It is one of the dillies of the gnverneai
t o be lireselit with 'nor IlulPils , that tue iittls
girls nay learn to mutate tue tiioveui'nts.
Sllotlld one of the ladies be indlpoieti i is
r eintulna tn her roono. A slave ptacui h'er
siilp.shlp ( the satin shilillers worn in this
house ) outside her door , Turn re o 011110 all
go into her room , bit UliOll divahis or floor
cusliiolhs , drink the tiny etups of black v ifot ,
and smoke lnhinhited , cigarettes , anti , lisculaa
t he good qilalities of the patient ill low' ,
t ones. If she were stuttering pain one of this
l adies wouhii say : "Gail , vhio aent it ) ou ,
h elp yott to bear it ! " when we would nil
respond : "By the Prophet ynur talk Is good , "
Then atlotilel' silence vouiiil lo brokus by
501)10 OhiO remarking : ° Suffering was made
by tied , all itraiso to his uiaille ! hut it was
l lieilflt for glauits. 1101 God also matle death.
Deatil Is liii ) Iliter work of tin , two , " This
l atter saying was a very COihIlnOll one , anti
l Ily' PIllilla often made use of it to me It I
hiatt a toot'achie or Ileatlaclie , It was al.
wayfi qotciteti us though It were eittlto orIginal.
The cairn way they Wolllil leave the sick
room , after essuhrtlig the ocetipalit ( hat ' 'it
she diet ! the world would ho a perfect blslllc
to thielui , " niid thiei stolidly walk itltO the
next room anti aLtsse her roulitlhy , and will ) a
flercelleas which was horrible , lather asian.
ishieti me , and shioweil inn how little real
sympathy they hail one with ahlothler , l'hieir
jealoilsy Of OflO another was fleuidlelt lii its
intensity , antI I sympathized with the pasha
vlien lie saId to hue how happy ingliahnen ,
must be wIth no wIves to quarrel eves
thenii
The great saving clnttso to 'Cite lIfe in the
hiarent for it European is thin children , They
are ( lie 'most perfectly chianiuititg lend straiglt.
forward little beings Imaginable , 110w can I
tell 0hl Of all their little tendertlesses and
politt'nesscs ? Tiiero was no acting ci
coquetry with them-they sinllly did not Un.
ilerstalid it. Front the youngest to the eltiest ,
too , their sense of logic was scute , Request
OslO of these little tiarllligs to do anything out
of tue ordinary routine and lIe will at once
ask the logic for it , If 7051 caii give him
a logical reason you may rest azsiiretl ihiat
that particular request vlii be obeyed always
without further comlnent.
What strikes me Is , what could we not
snake of these little men anti WOflCfl If we
had them frotn babyhoo'i ? how can we ox.
poet great things of a nation of men who are
brought up and piis thin lileat iinpressiobe !
time of their lives
with these hiarain women
anti their Interests ? It is easier for a camel
to pass through the eye of a needle , Let me
flullsh by telling you a iittie incident of
harola child life which isappeneti to mo ,
I was seated in my room one evening weep.
ing , when one of mY lUplls , a lati of aboul
9 years , CEfO In , and , lookIng at file iiitoritly ,
said ; "Why weepest thou ? " C
I replied : "For no reason. "
lie continued to look at me for a secon2
or two ill S puzzled manner , and then a 100k
of canlprahenhion caIne Into his wondorfui
black eyes , and , mounting on a chair , he
began carefully to remove tile portraits of a
dead relative of mine , placIng them out of
sight in my writing dock , When l , haul
finished , ho came to me , and , embracing tne
warmly , said , "Madam , corns tub my muotia
and see me dance , "
'F
Whoa Ilaby was stk , wo gave her Castonla.
When she wits a ChIld , hie cried for Castonis.
Vhea she tS''afllO 31155 , tte CIun ( .0 Castoria.
VbtaehehadChUdrcncbogsyethemcastorja ,

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