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WANTI : 1.l'I . 1NTmJ.TGlr AGITHIN Omoho 10 oneonlze elut , . of three to Ovr Inmi hies for our fnmou Orchnrl Homr" Innd In cen : trRI MI44Ipnppt. , The tde of Inmlgrnton la go Ing ioUth. where thpre are n' hot wln.s. . no roM wInUrii : no bIJzzni . . no crop fnllureii . 'Vhpro two or .hree cropn cnn he rl..1 . each yeRr. \Vriern stiere , 10 no "uch thing RS fnluro If 0 mnn whit work one.hnlf no hart n ho , Iou In thin country Cool . .ummer. mlhl svInter . Hlrp paying 'rop Col fruit and garden tnick . . . . railwaY fachIttIe . , nlche.t " otI on earth. Ue.1 rolwov faclile. 0. . W. Ale. , general ngent. IGI ? Fnrnnln .t" : 'Omaha. 1-1273 AOINTh1ThfAr TO WOne OMAHA Ol TAICFI 1 tprrlory In Nebrn.ka A" g.nerl Alenl o An I Omoha 81ck , ncclrlenl and d.oth b"eOI nnd tpn.yenr enllwmpnt niioclatlon. PrtIentln ! ( n.socloton. lrllpntnl man pr ferred. Cnl after 9 n. m. . or RIM.ss , j- . w. V. leent. 31 $ Paxton blocl 13-M280 WANTID. rxrFnicInANn pnACrCA norl.1 and gardener. It. IIaa. IS1 VlntJ' & it. % . $6. ( ) TO ur..o AAI.AlY PAl SALESIEN for elgari : experhfflee not npre.snry : extra In. dlc.tenl" ! to cu.lomer. l.hop & IClne. tft Louli , Mo. D-M31 02 : . . WANTED A1''RFNTICL TO 1.PAlN hAlt . her trzule : 8 weeki re'ulrerl : Job guaranteed , . The chnnee of 0 Irplm" for young men. I.eorn a trade nn.t . h. Indeppnlpnl. ] youn/ Iuslralell eatn 101IP mailed free. $ t. Intihi Berber College , 89 North 9th "treet , Ht. l.outs , Mo. n-3U Colege 2' I.A UOI.R ! FOIl WYOIINO ON COIPANY : wml on H. & M. fly. : work guaranteed l frre tr4IneInrtntlon. Krnmer & 0'hlenn , 112) Jrnr. nan "Irepl. B-136 3Q' - W.\NTI t HA.I'Sm FOn ) NI'W : LINL' hilt : i 1G tnlleNnent. for nierehante. lug money for flpsmen , new plan. CalHorla Cider Co. . CtI - . - en , " - . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - . . - 11-371.2' - WANT ! ) , STAT1ONIRYF.NQI1flIR WI1 ) WIO 1'e. In Omaha to work nt nlghla : atnlu ex- perlenee , where employed and wage % wnnt d. Ahlre"a n 6. thee. 11-3OC-23. 2 " ' . \NTI U-"B IAI.l hEll' . ( .l1tl . FOR aENrA1AI. IIOUSII\VOItK. 26 howard. C-201 LAOmS WANTI TO T.nm PANCY worn , tn , II II home In aporr tIme : $ I ( ) to $2.00 enilt Rntl 'ulol ) ' Inde : no com'la.ln/ Toilet Mar r ufRcturlng Co. , 21H I.'ulon Et. . / Tolel , 10n. . . . - C--l221 30. - - - - WANTlm A COIPETENT WAi1hhThtWOMA , . for mu' or Iwo bye . W.\SHElWOIAN ! , . . . ( 'onneli . H. 1 comer St. Mary'i nnnle nnrl 21h .treel. C13:5 ' W TI.t : YOUNO I.AIH' STtN00ItAPlhlt 1 . C 9. lice. - 'lm. WANTlm , . \ 011th. FOH V1I1Y I.IOHT IIOUSI work. Inl ' lt z0 Davenport street. 11011ay heforo 12 o'clock. C-43 ' ' - - I"OI RENT-IIOUSES. hOUSES , F. Ie. D.\RI.INO. AHKEn BIOCI ( : - . 1)-281 1-281 - 3TOUi1S IN ALL PA1TH 0" TIlE CITY. Til Ii : O. I" . 1avls Compan 1:05 Furnam. D- TiE hOUSES . BENEWA & CO. . . 103 N. Wfl ST. - . DS3 1. 1' * COrB & c. . . . : \O ST. LIST . rN OJ : IA ; I. _ _ . - - 2 MOlflfltN 8lOOM 1t0iJ8S 1oH'JN 8.ROM 10VHI.S : 5 MINUTI S wnlk from court hOII.e. Hoom 2 8 , Barker hlk. D-l : Da - TO LI'T : A COTIIAOIi WITH mOHT ltOOM S . on 30th near Farnani. Ciarle : Turner. 331G Pnrnam. . D-930 - - - } 'Ol li NT. COTTM1II 4.1001S. 28TI AND I.'urnm etreet . . MIlton Hogers & Son . D-579 1'01 ' fliNT , InCI' DWPI.LINO , 1 IOO . IS. 11th "n,1 I.en\'enworth. Mien Hoger" Hon. 1)-Ill 1-580 - FOR 1 NT. 9.nOO UOU$1 . r2 S. laTh AVI ; . flue. InquIre 4n S. ISth atreet. lM7U I . A 1.\101 lAST OF nJRltAlr.J hOUSE : - Fielty Trust conlpniw 1703 I.'alnam etreet. . V-708.tO l'OI ItENT. 4.noo HOmm. NtWr.Y : p. - : pere.l ; city water : $9.0 per mo. 19 N. 371h. Hlolzel , next to I' . O. D-791 HTANI"OIO Cl1tCL.F COTTAn ES. 6.ltoO1.t - hI. CJCr.N CTTAOES 6'100S. all mOll'r. 10. . fupl. AI ) ' BYlon ItCed I ( om. r han ) , 212 South Ith .Ireet. D-8.2 10-100 : 10'S AND IIAI1N. S. V. ' . com-m - : 331 and t pnter etC. , $30.0. ) John \V. Itobbir IS . Tel. 529. 205 i ; . Y. Life bllg. n-11.019 to1hln. a FOht I1ENT-CIIOICIl RESIDENCE. l.1'ION the beal. H. C. I'a\erson. lnme Wk.D:2 D-:2 10USES , a. O. WAL1..AC. 213 nHO\'N ni. , : ; 1)-M26 D-:261 L .lOOM COTAOE , ALL MODERN , 2121 1.1 II. ami alreel. D- . 1203 I roit I1ENT. J1AUTt"Ur. 5 . fl0o1.t COTT.U : T furnished complete for hou.eleeplng. 1 51. l e. 11 : 30' - : . _ . \BOU' lO HOUSI1S. F. D. WflAD . I : IDu a. tla. u-m.30 : ) . _ rOB \IT. : g.HOOM hOUSE : . WITh Al J. mo".r omenlences nnd barn. 1 : South 26th itrect. C. Ii. Horlon , , ' . U. 'fel. Co 1)-IE I' 7.It0O1.t 1"I.A' , V 1nY NICI . 2025 PAIINAM . - p' 10-rom hOI.e , 17th nn.1 California. AII. 1th Calforia. h.it1Ofl4 ( barn ) . hut clap . . It2 ; N. Inh. i-rnomi , ! rick , Clifton 11111. 110.00. $0.00. r-Ioom trance nnll PJlal . , .t3re cheap. Omaha leu I Estate anl ' 'tI51 C" " ZI S. Ilh 1-311 ' . - ' \'I ; 1.11 A FI1W m.110ANT HOUSIS ' 0 rent ; nit ( nvcntetic0e. llrennah. I.ov. & Co ; . t'nxtou Ihiocic. In"ton 10cl ( fl-M329 03. : _ . n.ATS cou1u . m.I'\ : NTI AND h10s % .1 U ) streelHI fllr O.rol1 1.lls , newly l'd perrI end I'/inted : $5 per 10nth. 1'n'ulro : loom :14 : , Furs N\tonnl hank 11 I 11 ng. 1)-MIll 03. : ' - - - i'on'mNT : I . Homl--iloi Hr IIEST - PAl - iT of town : nit conrcnienecL trennnn , lo'e .0 Co. , laxtun ltlocl. . I'axtln 10c 11-1.13 : ' ) 03. : - - - - - - - - - lOn rmNT , HOl'Im OF TI'N : nOOIS , III S. 1111i fl t. n".I.r c.'n\'enlelce . , 'ery Iran ) ' to bu.tnre' . Inlulrl of I I ) T. Mount , 20) H. IGlh etreet . 11-Il 7 - IJUeK : IhOL'Sll I : . HATl , OAS FIJI1N.tC 11 , IIUlhl ) ' . % 11 Capitol avenue. V ' 1.3' .BOOM IOIS11 ANO MARN. % m flAVh r : port , atrcet. - AI'I'I:2 N. : " etreet. 1 > i \ ' ' - - - - - - - - - - - - . RENT. , .nOiI HOUR WITH AX. ! . 1100ElN Iiirprevernenti trod 101 n , 5t Houlh : ' ove. . - 0- : NE\ ' 4.11001.1 COTTAGE , COH lU 8 SAIII.t . . eli . , eeil4r. el"tpr and city wnter. only 11. 00. ln'ulre : 1:1 1..unl'l .t. D-11il 3 LL _ . C 8PI.LN1)11) :1I . ' . \ . WITH H' ant mo"'r ' convenience : U3.0. Store 101 S. 4 1611 ! .Ire.t ( , from 10 to 12 anti 20 t. R ; U-U : : VI ; \ ' l ) , iHIirFm , ) : IIOIISES.J. . Slrorood . 4:3 N. Y. 1.lfe. 'l'h"ne 3R1. J D-M41 ' - Oh - ' 1113S 0' : . : -Im. : 7.1104)1.1 PI.\T : STEAM HEAT A ] t ) - I."h , X.n ' bl''k. % lh smA JIh.s' < r"i itore. D-M41 :0 A I'INI 1.\llm HIX.lOO1 notsr. 631 . 8.'ulh lId treet. I t. , I. ' - , . - . - - - lOIt htl0N'L'-l'U1tNIShlED 1100315. NICI'LY I"UINISlW HOOMH. 1m Dno ) : . - - . . _ . - , - I'-b il - - - ' - - I'l I N. AND UNrUI . 1t0OtS.l0 N. IThl . r. , I-M:1 ( - ) ' 01 BtN1' ONlI Two 01 ' 111F WEI.L ( urnlitic'd rt.nii In , , furlah"1 , , . m.ler huue. with g. a . ull treat 1 I'rln.te faml ) . .ut In" wlte rul" do IIhl hou'I.ceplng.d ) 1r.u C 10. 11e. . . _ 11-1.1123 2 hI UO'I.I : 1.\ILOIS , HUIT.\DU : ? OIt 2 on - t .nt.nll : nil nIHnl.ne. : ; S t'Ol ton , ii , Iotomc.dteso e z 11. . ! 1'-41 frol IbW - ' . ' 1tm ii : R001.tl. 0t1 ILA1tUY STmm- , U--1.h44 01 ' - - - - - - - _ _ _ _ _ 1'-IIi 0' )1CF.1.T ) rr . YIJRNISIIHD 1i- :34 1 - - HM - - - - - ' - - - - - = IrlnIII U 100)19 . 'ND 130.4111) i 1't'ltNlSI1l1) A2D . UNVUflNISIIIII ) - 31002 18 - trinitetit . a'.olmoQTh Capital , i T2. ' . lal ' h'l Llritel 12 _ : I'I icnuo. - l'- ICU.j' ] mmAtp } ' r HI , -no 11 or .n ate suite. ! , ; Ith w.lj ; rfteu . : ) ' - : ) 3 IrUINIHII.n : 1(0 1 ! ANn 10.\1) . ( Continued. ) SOITH I100MS. IIINOI.1l. JNaUn : . HOARD. 9 Douglas. - _ Uliu. F-1U } IItNIRIIEI ) on UNFUHNlsmw nOOMa. - 6 211.4 a. 1lh "treet. _ . F-11G 3. - - - - - - NI CUI.Y FUIINISIIII ) fOMa : 000 10AlD : "uonnLle fates. The Hoae. : J2 homey. F-M233-03' 1.-123.03. - - - - iic iiFi0F FRONT ILOOMS WITH 1'IIIST- daM hoard. The lRrtel , 1 S. 20th F-M3GO t3. - - 1.'UfNIHIJO Ol UNf'unNISHED ROOMS. with or wIthout board. 12t Vouglu lireet. 1-1.l33S 2 10l1 It 1lN'VUJ1rU111ISIlE1) IOO IB , I UNI.'UfNISIUm CHAlI1S 1.'Ol IIOUSC. keepln ! , to man and wife. 31 N. 1lh. 0-MIll 4 UNI"UnNIBIU ItOOMS IHTAULN l'Of housek"lllng ) , price $ and $0 , .1714 Weboler. 0-2 l' 0I1 IlIl0T-SI'lltES ANn OI I HJ S. - - . ' 01 IIENT-Tll)1 : 4-STOnY llIt1Cl ( 1lUI1..Ul0 Imcl IUl.la 516 ) I.'arnom .tr et. Thla building Ira . n nre. Proof cment Laaement. ' otplete atenm heating ilxttlaee , water on all 100r gas etc. Allilly al the ome of The le . I-UIO " 'ANTI' U-'IO 11 XT. YOUNO MAN ANt WU'E lF1SI1tEFtlt. nl.hpd reel for light housekeeping. AddmPsi H. 1 : . a. P. O. 10' HI , City. K-Mill I' S''OIAUE. ' S TOIIAOC. FRANK EWEHS , au IIAIZNEY. 21-287 1-2S1 PACII STORAGE & WAlEIOUSf : CO. . 908- VIO June at. General aturage and farwnl'dlng. - S , 1-2 - WANTIID-TO IIUY. 10mST lmc : PAll ) FOIl HAOS. mONo metal. rubber and bottlei : car lola a ipectaity. Chlclgo Junk I1ouse 812.81 VouglR" , Omaha. N-917 CASU AND CLEAf REAL. ESTATE l'Ol nice home nPr lan.com Ilnrk. 1' . D , Wend , 161h and Douglax "Ireels. N-Ill 30 WANTI' : RI'CONO.HAND 10n.EH AND I. : glne of about . 20 or 3 hote power. Attre.s I J. I' . Sm.the. room 43 N. Y. pwer. , Omohn. : . -03.1' FOR SALE1r1Jh111ThJlthi. 1.01 S.LIOPVINI''VIg J'tINITUn 11.80021 HOISE , HAYINO I boarders. I.'ln. location. C 13. Bce. . . 0-1.1422 5. I'OI SAI.I -IISBS. VAG07S I 'I'C. I.'INN DnVING 10nSI FOIl SALE CihlLi.P . Ioom 2. hoard . of Trnde. 1-1U2t 2 - 1 01 SALE-M1SCJLLANIl0US. U"lO\OOO I COllNATIN HOO AND chicken fenee. Cha , . It. Lee. Dth and Douglas Q-289 . ICI l IN CAlLOAD LOTS. COItItESPONDIiNCF I COHnESIONl ioliciled. A. n. Nlcholaa Council 1110ff . . la. Q-J72-0' - ' . CI\11''OY A ' . - - - 1. 188. 1)10. H. WAHlnN , CLAIHVOYANT. 1111 . liable business medium : Stir year ot 18 N. 16th . S-2't ) , : MASSAGE 10'IIS , ETC. . - - - - - MADAME 81.11Th. 502 8. 13TI. 2D 1"r.OOn , room 3 : magnetIc , vni.r. nlcohol , eteam . ul . and baths . . . "herlne ica : - _ _ _ -31.6. JMI . I.AlUE. 1ASSAOE , HOT IiATII. Ill 17 - Howard. - - - . _ ' -1.9 .00' - M MII.IJEI1NAIID. I 1. 2HD FLOOR 121 1)odge . 1-:184 ? OU' . . MMII. HOWI r.r. ; TIUnSU AND I1l.ECTIIIt ' gr.EClC bathp. Finest parlora In city. 318-320 S. 151h. . ' -1t-.1 - 2 111 $ . nn. I.ION : , 1.11.1'GAN1' JARSAOI ANO electric bath. larlor restful and refreeiilnii 412 . North Ith Elreet. . ' T-M262 01' . . . 'J IS I"1'\'II , . TUlCSI BATHR ; ONLY PI.\CI IN CITY c > euslve for ladles. . Suite 109.110 lice Illdg. 135 - - - - - - - - - LADIES ' DATtS. , 11:1. POST. 319\ S. ITll 291 1 . I'I' HSNAJ. "lAVA CO. , 3t6 hEll 111.1)0. , JE.\LTI noOC ' : free : home trealmenl . ; . lady attendant. U-29 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - n. Il\AS. FLOI1IST. PI.\NTH , CUT FI.OWmI ; . Banquet. hall . I''sldence and grave decoration . . 1813 \Inton .trctl. Telephone 776. . U-2 , I3ATIIS 1.IASIIAGII. :111. I'OSl' 3191 S. 15TI - - - . U-2n - F1NL11..1V1RVIt1OS CINAI. CD. IlAUMLS 171h and St. Mar ) " ' . o\.tnu. Telephone 440. U-MIll U-13S2 . PHVATE 10lm Volt woMrNDu1tlNc3co ; ] . tinement. heat reference given. 3:1 N. coi U-2rtS52.013' 1 . 52-O3' TIllI AMERICAN IIEAIITY AND l'ltIMItOS F : A1mrCA IEAUTY TII IllOSE corsets. Order talcen. 2t North 25th etreet . . U-MI3t 5. MONEY TO L0AN-ILE.tL ESTATE. ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. , 318 N. Y. LIFf - : Loons at low rateA for choice security In N.- br5ka and Iowa farms or Omaha city IIOperl ) ' . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - W-2 . MONfY TO LOAN AT I.OWEST HATg TIm O. } . Da\ls CD. . 1.0. I.'aram .t. \y296 CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR 517 N. .Y. Li ) ' ) . I.W1. . W-23 : MONI Y TO LOAN ON IMIHO\'I D O1.i.1i A real c'tate. Drennon Lve t Co. . . IAIA . _ _ _ _ _ _ - W - MONEY TO I.O.\N ON I1IUOVI01AHA' : ' 01AHA' propcrl Fidelity Tract Co" 1,02 I" . rl m. I _ _ _ _ \ W-301 LI.E : INSURANCE 1'0LIChiSIOANflD ON -o il bought. P. O. Chemey. Kansas I City , 10. N ' W'-293 W-28 LOANS ON 1IPHOVED & UNIMtHOVI' : CITY ; pruperty. W. F.ram Smith & Co. , 132) " "ram. - 2 . 6 Ign CENT MONEY TO LOAN ON OM.Ii A meal estate & Neb. farm. \V. D. Jelde , Otnaii a . W-303 MORTGAGE l.OANS. I.OW H.\'NS. - J. D. Zltl" , 161h nOI 1)uugias. Ornaira W-130 I $ _ .0 'ro I.O\N ON CITY PHOplmTY AN ) n,5o ' on farms : will tiido for good ones. ' . 1) . " ' .ad. IGth aol . Douglas st. \\-29.3 } L : CAPI'Ar. . 82.000.000 : SUI'I.US , $9),0 ) : IT S. . Morllgo 'rrrtst Co" New York : for t per eenl loan on city irroperty. I AI'pIY 10 1U8' ) ' & Thoma. a5entx. room 207 FIrst Nat. U'le 1110 g. W-2' I . 2Io1Lo.tclS . WALLACE , 312 nnOWN ILK. WI I : i JJNEY TO L AN-Clo''Tpl.S , - MONEY 'fO LOAN ' 30. G g DAYS ; FOIlS , biocc. tUte pianos . .Ic. 1ul dreen. room ; l'rkP X-MGI L MONE\- TO LOAN ON FUI1NITURH . I'IANOS. horses. wagon. e ( , al lowest rates 10 cli ' ' . ciy' no remo'al of good . K1 10. : 'Itrlcty ( lnld.nIRI ; yi ! amount. can pay the leon or ot any Iliac or 10 nny I amount.OMAIIA 1.1OItTU.GC I.O.\N CO. , ZIG S. IGlh it .t.X X- : > I _ - , - - - ? t UVSIXESS CINCI S. $2.0).0 STOCK OF M1I1CILANDiSI : IN 1 1ST - tow In en.ter Nebrn51. for lane and en alt or equivalent \ddren S :9. crIb Ilee. -301 - L _ . -n IIRNT. : tAT 1.IAflllT ANI ) TOOL S. ANt TOo. ' Farmers aol Merchants Slate bank . Neola , Ia - -:3 01 n.o.o hAt. ? IlTlmfST IN AN 01.1) E - S. tabllhNhol..alu buaines . ; partner 10 he buslocis manager . J. J. Gibson lii hi Na tl. batik. : - V-Mill 1 L. IIUSINESSES. Hf1\L.I ! , COLI.UCT1ON . CLI.ICINH. \Kencl. ol nd'.1 to. An A I mercantIle bu l al. nel fur sale ; rio tnt'1i. ' I'lonoor llushne 51 Agency . Shr'rkta. " ' . lualn.os ) Ih-r"'ap. Wymlng. Y-:15301' ' $8.0 Wl.l. huT A uoon 1.'INO , 1.1ST\ ' 10h.1 manufacturing business : reasons for ie l. hurl. Addrais . 0 :1. fleet Y-413 zo .1. . _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - = - - - - - VOIIEXCIIANaE. tQUITY 1 : 1.\lOE TI.\C Ot' LAN ! ) NI1. An Omaha. What have : 'U to oUst 7 Ii . . lal.y , fO N. \ ' . 1.lr. 11\ 1. ) ) 1. - ' * 3.OOrl.t' ) IN I NOT'IS ( il'BN Volt - hAD DIIU tl triOs for rll ulat. I. I- ' . iiiD I Sheely bl'ck . 12 10 2 o'clcck. Z-MSa r3 FINS lmm - Nn. IIANSCMPAIIK.Vl7 caah . tor goon II far ; 5 acres : . 'AI . . for la. I al" . home. 1 ? ' . U. I"CI" . htl and U"I/Iu ; at I I l OI I3XCItAXil. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ( Continued. ) lUCK TI NEU : -110mmN. . 1 100MR withIn 10 block , of city hal ) : price $ : .O.O ; . ncumbrance . $5.0.0 : equity for good 00cm. cumbr.1 land. ah.rRn county . 540 acres school . lan" . near I .ltchtleldI : % acre , Sheridan county , Ind $1.0 tock of general merchandise for good land near OmnhR. go hie tote buying or exchanging .ee J. N T'renzer hiey rPiite 1' . O. Z-M777-O10 _ U.G.o DRUG RTOflhi ' LOCATION TIm DnST : god tmde. STOIE . ( I.CATIO , Nail bank Z-ISZ WILL EXCHANOE SIX ANGORA GOATS for good phneton. Address box f' . Aikin" , Neb. Z-1.tRG O. - - - - - WANTED , TO TnAD ) : A OOOD .ACIE f arm for 1 itnek , of merchandise. Address Lock tex 62. Extra . Ia. ? - 1 : 03. : F OIl TIAIE , A 0001 1.'AI 1 FOIl STOCK of groceries or groceries and dry goods. 1& acres good Innl. No. I soil , 2 acres h.roken , clear . worth $ ,2) . In'lulre ' A. It. I'aree , Scta , areelY county Neb.37.t. . I ' OI SALE-ItIOAL IISTA'I'I0. DAllAINR , SALI Oil TIAlm IN CITY P1101' . erles and forms. John D. Frenzer , 01'1" PHO' ltl--300 l':3t AI JSTI1ACTS. TIm lYHON IEED COMIANY. Im-207 10:1S ON EASY YMCNTS , SELL AND buy lots acre fnrm. Oorvln Urrs. , 210 N. Y. L. - 108 JAlOAINR , IIOUSIIS I.OTS ANI FAlMS , Ble or trnde. 1" . K. Darling , Barker lhtock. I C- 11I'lOVgU I"AI . IS. O. W. CAILOtK , 1205 I"nrnnm HI. 115-614 IE-61 . - - - - I.'AHM LA DS. C. P. iIAItfliSON . DI2.N , Y. Lif ! . ; . . - HE-756-0 S NAI'S. mucI tUSINI SS OIUILDING. 3 atorl" avere mental last two years , 12.10000as per y ar. 16 per cent groSS : price $ l3,0.0' ) . Brik businees bul"ln/ , alorl. . , corner. aver. : age rental pat 3 years. $ I.OU.O Iler year , 12 per cent gross : price , $9,0).0. lGO acres within ! 5.mLle cIrcle ot postolhlce ; "Ighly land : price. $2).0.0. ) ) Before buying or exchanging see Jno. N. h ' men. . zero opposite I' O. lE177010 S UPIIRLATIVII SNAI'-7-ItGO1.t HOURI 50. foot lot , goll conditon , 4lh and Dolee , only $ S75.0. worth double. See J. N. Fmenzer , opposite postomce. - - 1111-9,6 F oil SAI.IA 2,600.ACItII } 'AIIM OF SflCONtJ - bottom land In Miller runty , Ark. . 1 taller I rael uf T'xarknna I.OJ acres cleared , ,0 ' II . In culh'aton. 23 tenant hous . . This farm I. well adaptEd for graIn , grass stock anti cotton . Unlimited winter shock range . " ' 11 sell chelp and on easy terms. AdOres . Gpo. I'caelee ! . Husscl'lle , Ark. Itll-l000-O . 17' FOH ) AI.E on TRADE , lllnO\'ED 1"AI11 OF Soil acres. 1 mites northeast of Kelrney , h' t luralo county , Nebraska . C. I" Fairs , 412 : 100r,1 of Tr < e 1 < g. , Omaha Nebrnxk-a. HE-M2GI.30. - - - - - - THE 1.'INgST lOT INVEST O1.tAitAI'AVIIL atreet and only S50. ( per foot . A tine G-room citflgO. : city water , nU lint-dais. Only $1.tOO. , lu.ln s. lot wih trcka/ " In heart of city . , Call for lerm. All above are genuine bll'goils , anti , wil mnke money for tire buer. F. K. DarUng. Bnrker block 1(11-236.1 . 3l ! loTR AltLEI 11.ACE AT . ALMOST VOIJIl I own price : owner leaving l cl ) . I" . 1) . Wend , , ' IGth and Iouglas. 1(11-233.30 LOT NEAR I.AIC ST. CAR IAHN , J'J\ : clays only $100. i-room hou.e ann frill lot good repaIr . $ 8.0. Righty nere hlelvirlere. 550. 7 ncr.s wih 9-room house $ : ,20. 10 feet nn " 'e.t Faram .t. near Hlone's , H.f. 4no acre farm 13 miles out at $37.50. 10 acres wIth $0,00 Improvements : access able S25. ( P. 1) . \S'cad IGlh and Douglas st. 85-293.30 - - F OIl SA I. I' : . 1"INf COTTAOE. J'ULI. LOT ONI.Y $600 ; easy terms. H. 11. I 1ltel'un , 1"1 1.1k II -320 . 1 CO AClt S I.E\'l1I. BOTTOM I.AND IN IOWA , :0 ) miles from Council Ilufs , only 110.50 nn ncre. C. I" . harrison. ItEIIS.2S'm . - - - - - - - - SIOI''IANI ANU TYI'FiW1tITIG. A . C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL. 513 N. Y. LII'S : Ill OMAHA IUStI SS COLr.lml . 15TH. FAIONA1. - I . :4 JIOTIILS. , ETNA HOUSE ( mHOPEAN ) . N. W. cOn - 131h and Do.lg l ooms'IY tIny ! or week. 315 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - J IOTIIL BAlll H. l'l.\NI HrLDITCI. 10n. . . 13th. and Jones st.4. : So. Omoha rind Sherman : ave. cars par's tIre door. ' AIEHICA' I'I.AN. 75 rooms nt n.M day : 00 roonri at $2.00 da ) ' . - I uropeal 1'lon. 50c to $ .0 ) er - < 0) - - - 316 ' 'IE "I.ANOE" HOTEL , G02 S. 1TH STREII'l : . M-5T7 1-:7 : - UXDEtTAI'EIS AND Enl.\LIERS. - - - - - - - i i. K IUmn T. FUNSI1AL Dln CTOB AND ] I emlialmer . IG18 Chicago .t. . telephone (40. 32t _ _ _ _ _ h _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ SWANSON & VALICN , JOI CUING , TIlL ItG : ; 21. O. MAUL . IINDIII1'I'AFIllfl AND 51. ] I. - 1ahn.r , 117 Farnam st. . telephone 2 . : 1:1. - - LOST. - LOST. BLACK AND WllTr I NOLISI Hf1T. ( em . female dog Return to ciy treasurer ' 'S ' olilce. howard . olle. 1vord. Loit-50 - - :1.N''EI.S , GtATE ! AND 'rILES. . - WOOl 11.\NTI r.s. GHATES , TILES FO It ilreplaces. v .tlules and large 10orH : write 1.01 prlc. MIlton legers & Sons , Omaha. 31 UICYCI.ES , Sl.5 ' THI VIRII.F HAM. IIiIARINUS ON AnNas lelay Special. Will larum & Dro. , 120 N. ] 5th. :12 WESTEnN IIICYCLII & GUN CO. , 2t6 CUlUNG.I I 31 - DUSINESS NOTICES. - DA1IAGED MUmOnS BIISILVIOILED 713 . IG. 22 - - - CAll'I ' CI.E.ING. . - ChAMPION CAnII'f CLIANING WORK s. ] 118-720 S. ! h St. Tel. G.5. U-E62.013 ; UVILDING . LOAN ASSOCI.\ONS. SIAI : R IN MUTUAL L. & D. ASS'N PAY O. i. 8 Per cent when I , 2. 3 years old , lrlwal redeemable. 1704 I'arnam st" Nattingor , See 223 - HOW TO GilT A 1101.111 Ol SlICtiltil GOOD Interest on sRvlng. Al.ply to Omaha I. & I Ii . A.s'n. . 171 Dee bldg. O. 1. Nattn/er , Rec. 326 I. - - _ _ MUSIC. AlIT ANt \OUAnCS. - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - . SEND $ .0 FOR $2.0' ) WOITI 01 SONG ] 8 ; Amoria , Pretty Widow In 100mer. , lamlir ig Mabel. The Course of True Love Never Itui Ira i4nrooth. Latest . hll. W'oodbridge luos . . Omaha. Nib. II mmnon P. OEI.I.1nECK. D.\NJO AN fl - guitar acher. L"U Casa atreel. M-I09 mmAT IAIOAINS IN fLHITI.Y USED l' ] R right pluno. New planoa for tent and aI.1 . PI- leSs than special tale prices " ' 0. Ii. Schmolic lt 'r . I Ifth floor 1cCoge bldg. I. Schmoler. 1121 , - , - , 1'AVi1iROKEItS. n. MAHOWITZ LOANS MONEY. 4& N. 16 S T. - 3 JIEDIC.\L LDESI CIUCIESTEU'S ENGLISh ! PENN - royal I'lll. ( dIamond brand ) ar the best : safe . reliable : take no other ; send 4c. stamps , la. psrtCUlar"\ "Itellef for Ludle , , " In letter by return mail. \ At druggists. Chlcheatec Chem r .wr : ! etlpgr lf..t. .t. Chlch.te lul Co. . PhiladelphIa. I l'a. DRBSS3.\ICNO. DnEHSf S. " .0 : SATISFACTION GUAI1AN. . SATtWACIN tee ; McDowell . ) .t.m. IOU , OlAIAN. . . 76-0W ( - - - - - COAL UHf HrmlDAN COAr.THE IIEST sot-p coal. Penn hard coal price guararrtee4. VIctor " 'lle. Tel Ill . ices " guarnteeIctor - hAY AND GRAIN. IIUVYOUII hAY DY TON OH CAll LOTS. WE CAl LTS. buy hay . A , 11. Snyder . 151 Burt .1. Tel. 1UN 1107 , _ _ - 1"AIIIIS 1.'OI IEN'r. lARM , CAfU lt NT , ADDlESS D U-e70.011 13 , lIES. - . - _ _ uT:1 : DENTISTS DR "VL DZZTiT. " BURr ar. _ , ' h . . c3 Lc 1Tfl ' t P'1IOmPTJC MT cT\ ' " ) cIT L7 , , . , , r fc' I , f ( CopyrIght , IS'S'Jl I. . : rlng nachel ( r. ) More than one attempt has alre11y ; been made to explain an Incident which , at the tme It took place , threw the whole lplomacy at Europe Into a state ot not Unnnttral can. stSi ornatlon. The one prominent fact was n simple It . as was astounding. % Whist a con gress was sitting . sitng to. settle the terms at a treaty between two belligerent powers , and pwers nnl the success oC the asembled diplomatists was known to depend largely on their keeping their proceedings absolutely secret untl they should have arrived at a definite result , a dr aft COpy at the treaty draf sUddenly al'peared In the columns at a well known , London newsy pa per. A thunderbolt failing In their midst could not have startled the pleolpotentlariex plenipotentaries mor . In fact , for he moment tins 11rema. ture revelation threatened to put nn end to th e congress altogether , as It seemed to point Ineviably to a breach at faith on the part at one or the members. at course an attempt ) was made to disavow the draft treaty , and , lS n maier or fact , this premature publca- ton rendered It absolutely necessary to IlIadt ty some or its provisions , more especially those or the ramous thirteenth clause ] . Dut none the less the draf.lrealy as originally publshed was known to be correct In nil its main ' details , and the question arose how It h'ad been possible ] for any newspaper to ob- tain m a knowledge or these details whist the congress was still sitting and all Its the- lberatons were veiled. In the proroundest secrecy. As I have already M'II various attempt - more or less Ingenlous-h3ve been made b solve the m'stry but these attempts have al sopped : short or the 1ctua ] 10111100. ! :1' ny Interestng ! details have b'en given which were raise , amI some les3 Intereslng wh eh were true , but how that np or quot danus- ! the daily press-cam to ! b2 abe : to ca ry off In Its beak this of Is ( most secret or ecret bias reo malnd a puzzle to everybody ( except myser : anll two other men ) up to the present day. It seems to me that the time Ins at length come when the . ' long.deslred ravolst'oii m y bo made without Indlscret'on. a 'Ig na Iy thert t wore four persons more or les con. cerned In the mystery , though only three or hem t , Ir so many , were In full r03sslon of f the secret or theJe four two are dad : ti nether II\ Entirely dlnpjeared , an.1 . I , the fourth actor In the drama , have m'de up I my mind to relate th ( ! clrcumslan or lhls exlraordlnary affair. However , Even now I propose to proceed cautiously and not to de-I ; tne too clearly the individuals concerned or the countries represeted. I should mention at tlf ou'set-ror It : s to I this chrcurnstsnce that t'owo ' clrcumstnce 'we my connec'lon I with the mystry- hsl' . l was at one tune i lme mysE ! In the 11ploma y as an unpaid at- ache While actnr \ tb's capacity at a I rorolgn court I had 'MP'gool ! fortune to be r able to render a gl01l rs'lca to one of the I I ministers ot xtaie-annian' or European rmpu t atlon. lie wa1 mMe ' gr3tetul than dip o. matsts are g.nerall t1poel ' to to . and Jlnred me ever . . aft'r\c"Irds \ " with his alTec. . tonat regard. As I"wd I have on ill ) ' fIn . g er a rnagnhIlcnt cmeraltthe left to me when I he died. I , oWI g't my intimacy wih I I him that I came iohe , , 1flxed up nith the C alalr or the treaty 1 Mill cal him Prnc ! ! S chatzenberg. " l At the time the congreiaasembIed I chancml . I to be staylng'at"the nFthl a , wherq , they were I to hold their sittings. ' " wa's not alone , Gn II I Englsh friend namNl.Grl ham was wits m . He was one of tlre4llnglieutmen who .waner , bout without nay ' . deflnlte aim lln life . but with plenty of money In "he pocket , and who , sufering at times the .nnul or Idleness , are I genEraly ready t ' .take . , up , vlth any new tad I to diversIfy the routne at their existence In my rrlend's case tnc latest or these fads I was graphology . which' ho professed to hove brought to I great pitch or perfection . This was a science In which at that time I I Ilrdi I ) ' belIeved at all , but circumstances ar- tel t ward 10,1 , me to think that In the hand at t an acute and original observer It might be turne.1 to geol account. TIre day before the to congress was corn mcnce Its sittings the diplomatsts gatherer i logether from every part of Europe. In all , s even powersrere represented. Amongst the plellpotentarles l was Prince Schatzeltberg on whom I made a point of calling wlhout dey. ] The prince was staying at the Schweizer- hor. ! nnd directly I sent up my carl I was ad . mlted to his presence. I found hIm lying ] on a couch , and looking older and fraier ) than when I hall seen him last. But his man ner was as charming as e\or. and I could entertain - tertain no doubt that he was really glad to see me. Ito excused himself from getting up II I , but put out his delicate hand and grasped mine with a gentle , but affectionate pressure I noticed that It was the left hand that he gave mo. "So glad to see you again , mon cher , " he said "Excuse my left hand ; the right Is I crippled with the gout. I gave order that no one was to be admitted , but or course that was not meant to apply ] to you. You are iii : . way , welcome. " appy "I have been longing to ceo you , lirince , p I answered "ft I some time now since ' met. I am afraid you are not quite so wol 1 as I should like ] to see ) 'ou. " "Well , no , I am not so young as I was , and the long journey has knocked me out. LIe - sllles , I am lormenteII with my old enemy , neuralgia In the ( rice. There , take that - - - - - - - - RAIL\VAY \ TullE CARD [ ; ; rilrrt / Union lpot . Pith & Mason Sta.Omaha Leaves IHLINu'ON : MO 1L1\'J-lt.4mtive / [ . I. Anl\ \ IOInl..V"n\.r : Expre. . . . . . . . u : liar I25pinIilI : ( . hills. 1.iorrt. .1 l'uGet SnJ. . ! : _ . t:25pm.BI I Ils. MOII. Ex. 410.pr. , , 4 : :51'1. ' . . . . . .len'er 1.xpr. . . . . : . . " tUI'1 :001'0 : ' i:0..pnr.Ntl.raskre I.ual ( except Sunday ) . :15Iun : 8lLrtn. : . .iincolfl ! ! lAIal ( except Sund.tjllSfltrl : 2plv.I"I.t : , Malt ( fur Lincoln SUOdI.lal ) daly. _ I. uve. C1iThdiiidltl.INOTON& Q.iArrlves Omahl UnIon Depot . I'JII ' & Mahon StH.1 Omaha 4:411. : . - - . . . .Chlcugo Vestibule. . . . . . . . . . S : 50.rin 9 : r'dm. . . . . . .lhl ago \ .tbule. . . . . . . . 4hpnr : n 7:11. : .Chicago . & HI. gxl'fc. h1xiree. l . . :1PI : 11:55am..acihIc : Junction 1.ocal. xl1e. . . . . . MOJdm ' _ _ _ _ . . . . . . . . . ' nat MalL . . . . . . . . . . . r:3'PI : : IJ1 Lervve's . \ GO.JI. - . - & - S1.I ' , . ' CIAIrlves Omaha Union Dclot lUth & Macon . HI..I Omaha G\pm. : . . . . . . . .chT-L d. . . . . . . . . 9:3011 : I ! : .I "CIcngo- ' " ) ' 5 E-Im xlC'jd "lul.a I I , \a - - i ' . " r -I l 1'11 . \ rrl "P. \ Omahlllnlol Depot , 1h1 u& \ason r1.\ Omaha 10:4001. : . . . . .p'lel IJ'I're's ( , t. . . . . . 5Cpm : 4 : pm. . . . . . ' eithu cJI.lmlel. ! . " . . . . 9:2J.lm : : . - . . . . . . . \tiiak ( l.cal..l0:3pm : 5:43pm..OtnahaClricago : ' . Hp.clul. . . . 1:45pm : L.avrClW.OO. \ [ . - 1t.1& - - ' l'.CII"lC.Irrtyea I.\CI"IC.I.\rl\a Omnha Union . 1)epot. . lout' ' & Mason Sts.1 Omahn ' - - li ' ' : I1:20trriAtlantir : - , ' ; , ' ( e-x , Sunday' , , XpteMex I' ) m tn txP 5lUpni : 6 : 25pm. . . . . .Night < : ld . . . . : :3PI : . . . . . . 9:2:11 4 - 4:40pm..hicago : - - - - - - - . YelbUled lomIP. . . 1:3pl : _ _ _ _ _ _ WEST . - 6npm.Oklahoma : & T : . . Si5l0:35arn ( cx 1:10pm. : " . . " . . . . . , Cooraalmle. . . . . , . un..10:35dm . . . ) . . 4 : : lvm r ' n.I " " . CST. p-r : & O - " - t Omaha flepot , ; unll 'eb.ler Sts. \ J 0mnrtra 8 : IOlm- . : .Slo X City Acmrnoation -s : Om.a : . . . : 1:15pm..Hloux : . . . CIty I'.mtu tea. ( HUI..Ilt"l : , , _ _ . ! . H. tmlc. " ' ' c-ii -j.- ; . . & 1.ltj. AU . } . ' : Onlnhrrrleput _ . . 1h anebster \--r 1 rr 1 : 2IOpm..I..1 : 101 nndl l1xpres. . . . . : ! 4:111 3IOpm. : . ( . " . Hat. ) Wyd 151. : , ex. 1.iorr. ) . 4pm : 9:05am..Norfolk : Express' fex. Sundrry,1Oo.rmn ) : ' 6:1pm. : ' . . . . .Ht. _ Paul Expre. ( . . . . . .UZ1m : .ln " - - - l"av . --l.-C. , HT. - J. - & C. n. - iArrhves : & c . Omlha Union Depot IUtl & Mason SI. . \ Omaha 9r.Oamn..Knnsas : CIty lay I..pre. . . 5pm 9IIpm.K.CNhgirt : - Sx.vialb , I' . 'Irn. 1,000 : , L''iHg . ' - I'A'1FCT'tAujiye. \ Omahn ) ' ) . . I.th ! and ' nC-\1h.c \ - Omlh1 10:10am : . : . . . . . St. ; ouha r xr.prC.- : . 6:00am : ! 9:30pm..St. , louis r xr.prC.6'n0 . . . . . . : 3:3'pm..Neirrailea . : Local ( .x. Sun. ) . . . 9:00mn : ' Leaves I . SIOUX i'ITY & I'ACU'IC POtm I Omaha _ Dpo' 15th and \'ebaterhhta.J Orriahru ' : 6:101 . : > . . . . . . . .h ' . . . . . . . . Ol.hl : . l.\'u I SIOUX CITY & l'ACllelC IArrio as Omaha l'nlon Depot , I'Jlo ' & l'Al'uI 11IHoI ; . . \ Omaha CSSaoi..Iotoua : ' , . . . . . 6:5m. . . City I'asenger. . . . . .I > I'n..nKer. : 6:3pm. : . . . . . .HI. elY 1.hiniterl. . . . . . .I.pm : m r.awa I I UNION lACU'IC. tArry. ' , Omnhn Union Iel'ul , 11h & MUO,1 SiLl \ Omaha lIlIan ) . . : . : . - K. ' rty Ilapreja . ; , , . . ; : . . . .1 i2:1.pm : . . 2:00pm..Ovarian , ) Flyer------- : 6UI171 ZOopni.Ileat'ce : & Htom.n. . . . . : n. ( Sun..I Op0.tel'c. ' cx. ) % Opm Htom./ 7:00pm..amIno : / e. . . . . . . . : : : : : ; : . . : : .Fast 1.Isii. . . . . : : . ' . : ; : I irlOpm ; : av.1 I WAtA l HAlLWAY.Arlna : Omaha Unin ( Depot . lOt : & Mason Sti. \ Omaha 4:00pm..Si. : ouli LCnnon ' DaU..UUpm : fate teull. You won't mind my fnishng a let- ton t , I know. alIth then I can release my n mantiensls. " I hall notcel , the nmanuensls as I entered the room , and It had puzed ] le0 define his h exact Iloslton socially . lie was 0 young Inan-about 30. ns I judged-neatly ) and 'ulct tlq ) ' dressed blot he did nol seem to be q tiitr' what we In I 'ul. England cal a gentleman. This surprised me as the prince's secretaries were generally len of aristocratic birth. I notced also . that when thIn prlnc resume the dictaton which IY entrance had inter- rupted , the amanuensis bent his head very eoe to the apcr as Ir ho were short-slhted. I dirt not take long to thrush the letter. When I was done the prince sold : ' "Thank you , Maubeue ; I heed not keep yon any longer ; I shal not want you again berore 10. " The YOlug man got up , bowed to the prince and to me , and left the room with a noiseless 'tep. " :1) ' new factotum , ' said the prince , ISa hen the door had closed behind hll , "and a perfect treasure. " "I tbought I did not member him , " I saId. saId."No "No : I hal FrncoIs when you were wih me last but Francois was a Gaul ot the Gatils. lie was always e.ghring ! for his belovel 1'rance. and finding , every other cOlntry Irlste In comparison. So at last I had to let him rellrn bome. When he went I thouht I would get a valet who coull do a lIttle writing for me sometimes. - , ) _ - Chloroform. Francois was no good at that. Assls eall ) I and a sIx sous were the same to hIm as I far as spelling wenl. Of coun' . 0110 has I ono's secretarIes but only at slated hours , Besides , there are letters I Is not neces- bary thH secretaries shoul see. And I am I now quite unable to write a line myself , , owing to this gout In IY hand So I find Maubeuge very useful. Not to good a valet as Frncois , but tar superior In other ways And with no home-sickness. He Is a BelgIan - g lan , not a Frenchman. And he Is raahl , aly wel edtlCated . so that. altogether , he i , suits me admirably. Hut what am I think ] I Ing of , to chatter In thio way , instead of ] : sldng you about yourself ? No need to I lnQulra l after your health-yotir looks are a umclent. But how have you been get : tn l ! on ? Tel me all abut yourself. " There was not much to tell. The princ 'mew ' already that my rather was dead and I that I had succeeded to the famIly estates Nor did I wish to prolong ! the converoation , for I could see thai the prince needed rest : 'So afer a few minutes I rose to go. "VehI , . ' lie ' lOld , "I will nol j0. to detain 3 'otI . now , for we , shall lave , I hope , many pporlunltes or meeting. You must come :1\1 l see me whenever you cn. Au plaisir And now for a nap. " As he spoke he took u' a white silk hand kerchief that lay ] beside him on the couch : shook Il out , and poured over I some lquid tram a bottle on the table. As he did so hiD smell or chloroform rliffustrj Isel f through the room. "I can H21 no sleep without it , " Sallr the prInce , c11chlnl my leak. "Don't It. alarmed I 18 nol a habit : It Is only a temporary resource - source whist the neuralgia troubles m\ . " H. Where the carcass is' , there will the vul- turls be gathered together ; and wherever diplomatsts assemble for a specla ] purpose there you wi assuredly find a crowd or specIal : cIal correspondents aho. ThIs was conspicuously - ously the case on the occasIon or whIch I am 1 writing. Every great neWSpDI'er In guropc had sent a representatl'e to watch the pro ceedings of the conress. Of course lhe watchIng had to be done rrom ( ha outside I and very tedious and disappointing work It i \vas. The plenlpolentarles were even more caulou and retIcent han usual ; the : 1' dropped none of those little crumbs or In - formation on unimportant topics which keep the special correspondent from actual stan'a- tion. They were watched as they went lot 0 the sittings . and watched as they came out ] , but the keenest scrutiny was unavaIling : ; an elusive smile baffled all una\'alnj . PromInent among Ihcse special corresponri ens was a man of European reputatIon 1 C' le reprceonted a ramous English journal , blt whether he hriniself ' was an L'nglillrlnan hImsel Dnlshman no ole knew. He was pleased to call trlmaci : t Le Grand . hut It does nol follow that hlm3el : his real lame : he may have aloplecl I Wl 1' the aako or the Idea that la1o Iea It elnbodlerl it was said that he was a native ot the Channel ) , ' hlands-hls ; French was , however , the puresl t Parisian. Hut , then , he spoke with equal ! purity Llngllshr . German all I darcsa ) ' various other languages In which I Was less able to jUdge or his proficiency. ( Never was there a man more thoroughly cosmopolian I , and never was there a correspondent who et : . hlblte greater enterprise anti aUlaclty In s- curIng ttd-bits or early ! tl.blts information for tli 0 paper he relr sentel. He was personally Il : ] qualnted with every ilromlneritstatesmnan In 1L , , ( / Comrespon.Icnti. Europe and had been admitted (0 ( co fldcnulal Intervlo\\ wIth many monarchs. On one oe- culon h" . hal traveled lete-a-tete wlh a king across France , anll. on another. he had forced his advice upon the most masterful ( of continental statesmen. When he chose he could decorate his breast with an array ot order sufcienty numerous and diatin. dlstn. 'guiahterl to excite the envy or many a diplomatist . lomat8t. Physicaly he was an Immense man , lut his appeaanes waa not 11latngUlhc. Ills broad , rat race was cean.shaven ] , perhaps to favor the Idea that he was an lInglish. Engl8h- man The features , taken a a whole wcre rommonplace : the I'os Ilal and cunnll : ! this mouth wide : the tipper lip stilT and strenuous ; the chin determined ; thl no ! ' ) long and flexible . a' bec3mo such a seeker after neW8. 'file head was massive , anti suested great Inteleehll1 cap ICiy. Ills manneIl were chaming. when he chioe' hUI I hlomeed to the cosmopoltanism or his nature Ihat they should be capable of great varIatIon . lIe could at tme ! he pcalh"ly ! haughly. A8 a conaeqlence or lila great stature' . he had ! cqulreI ) the habit or look. log down upon th08e with whom he conversed . \"ed. and thin physical necessIty aeem'rl ta heave engendered a conepondlng moral attitude . for he affected to despise every. body . ern crowned beadz. ills vanity wu , indeed egregious . and this tailing went far Oolous. sometimes towart neutralizing the elects or bbs extraordinary agaclt and enterprise , for % hen he tad achIeved sOle great sue- cops . It'a dlfllcult for him 10 refrain from boasting of It pren1sttlIly . On the occasion he preset occa purl on , the scene In bin usual consequential wa ) ' . Ito Went about saying the only point pf real Importance 10 be dealt with by the con- grel wu how the various claims for coin- \ensaton , ann indemnification ware to bo settled . anti ho boldly announcell his Inten- ton to publish these provisions of the treaty a soon al the details should be set- tIed. or COllO thIs was mere brag : but I there wa a man In 1urole who could trans. hate an idle boast Into an 'acLu31 perforttiahtce , I.e Grant was Ito ( m3n. Per seven days the congre contnued Its 8111111 , while tire world outside waltelt In v ain for any indication or the course its Noceelings tiere taking. On the evening of the eighth tiny I reeelnil a hate from Prince Schalzenherg , nklng me tt go 10 him as soon as I possibly ] eoulll , I went al Ole ( anti found him , as I had found him on every previous occasion , rl clling on a couch , and loking 1I he were In i great anxlely. ' "I am afraid you are not so well , prince , " I ild The neuralgia stIll troubles le , but I I t Is i not that. I have been greatly worried. This buslnls ! at the treaty has harrasseth me beyond measure. I has been on m ) ' mind night all day , anti I would have kept me awake \-lhout the neuralgia But yeterday I really thought that we had at last got Into i smooth water. All was rattled to my s atisfaction. And now-would 3011 believe It i ? -I greatly fear that ( all our labor hns been In rain , " "In vl1nl" I mechlmed , "how can that he ? " "You mar well ask I cannot imagIne how It I has happenrd , hut It Is a most serious business - ness , cS ecls1y for m ! You know 10 G and. Well . he hiS Just be'n here. I dd ! net ilk 1 to t reuse to see 111111. 0'0 mlstlep ) on go It terms with men lIke that. lie came to ak le I he could bl of any Use to me and reo minded me how I had once availed mysel of his services. at ! courS1 , no one know1 bel- ter than you . mon chr. the vHue or a ljal- on-d'essai. lt l 1 Is somethnes vry de1'rabl I lo t o ascertain the drift or publIc opinion beta e one commits oneself to a defnie course. But this I nol the C1 ( non' . Ab'01ule aDcree , Is I our only chanca of accomplshl' g our a m. There are certain provisions which : , If they o r . divulged prematurely would no 110ub' eUr up an amount of oppos'tion which woh , render I ImpossIble perst In them. Bu' I I Ihl ) ' are nol male ' known un'l Ihe treaty Is i actually slnell and s'ald. ! though ni I doubl r there wi be some grumbl nc , yet they t w ! be allowed to a titid " " 'el. now , Le Grand. wto Is always a dangerous man , has man 1ged to excite the mosl uncomfortable suspicIons In my mind. When , , ho lose to tae ] larva ] or mo ho said : " ' 1 must thank you prince , for year ] our- tesy t In receIving mite , and am only sory that you do not need : ) my serv'cs-nol even srI h rEsl.Ecl to the provisions or tile thlrle'nth I cia use. " "I pretlnled not to have heard the last words and kept my countenance unt he had lef l tire room. But In reality I was astounded I and annoyed beyond measure. " "r think I can guess why " I salrl "or course you see at once what It IUOOOS I Is I fact that the clause which treats ot ] the intiemulflcatlonx. and which has gl\en I us almost all our trouble , Is the thirteenth I clause. Non' how could Te Grand possibly have discovered this fact ? " "It Is Indeel serious " I said , "ror I could I not have bcn a lucre grteIL" "Oh , 10 ; that Is Imposslbe. ] And his air of triumph and the significant emphasIs I which be laid upon the words were quit i enough to convince me that he had soml ? defnie information. limit Ir he knows tins 113 ] probably knows a good deal more And i should he publish his Infornistion . as. of ] r course. he will , all our efforts wilt have been I In vain. 1 Is really a fatal business. That L man must bs the devil. " ( Continued Tuesday. ) . SlOVEN yg.UIS IN OXI ) 110031 : 1.0111.1 Crime' ) Sul'I.l. 01 I 1i'rs'neli I .1ilt'tntil INt. ' . An old l'artI journalist , t'aul Mercer , died 1 nCty. . after having , been voluntariY con- fnel , to his room for several year I was nothing but I long and cruel sulelde which i hl committed . lIe once owned and edlell II I two papers , the first . Le Tambour Battanl , a semi-miiary paper and later on I.e Gegne- Petit , a financial weedy ] for [ lhe middle and I 10\11 classes. Holh at these ventnrcs failed , and the lack of sticeess worrlell hIm to snch t nn extent that he bac3me a confirmed mho anlhrope. About seven years ago he appeared In " house on the i'azsago Stevens 11reltCI \ moonis which became hIs chosen Itlson. I must be noted that 11rcicr was then by no means poor even I Iris enterprises hd failed : he had a regular Income which ! would , intro been enough to keep hIm wel I and had his apartment very nicely turnlshe 1 vhon he moved In , Prom the day he moved In he never openell I Ihe windows autO allowed c\eIYlhln to he covered by dust and dlrl. Ills meals .eJ.e brought In to him by the janitor , IIaced ] ' .n the iloor berore tIne door and the bell rang No one had adlltane 10 the rooms or the voluntary reclue. At last ho did not answer - slYer the bell , and af"r two meals 'md reo < maimed unlouch.d : the ja..lor : ' .nmiolinceth the ( mater to ( lie police. A commIssary ap- peared anll the door was brokei hI . 1 When entering the all was so font that the window lights had (0 ( be aniasheci as the frames and faltcnings of the wIndows hal completely rusted during : I the /ren years and could not bo unfastened In one oC the ap\tmenll there was a regular mounla1n at dirty clothes. Mercier had I ne\'el' sent toy clothes to the wash , but or - tiered new shirts about once a weel What- ever he laid off he threw upon the pie In the ( furthest room continuing tIlls custom fOI' I SIV'n 'cars. - - . . l'A'I'llIS'Il 01" ) " 'I'IIII 'l'Ot.IlH , Scot Is said to have wrlten "Wa\'erley" ' ' lu leis than six weeks lo wrote very nor , idly , seldom .re\'lsed , amI , as a conselllence , his novels are full or bllllor8 , Inatclrcles alt In3ehronltI . Conreve would lrollare ) a clrama for ( he stage II a week or ten days , through four or fva tlnes this period wa gIven to / the war ] IC or re\lslon and reconstruction arer the nl"v , ' - - . . - . . . . hal been to the actors Thomas Moore often wrote a smart peel almost Impromptu Io COnSllN over two years In reading and preparing malerl:1 for "I.ala Booh" ] 111 ( two ) 'erl nome In writ- log that Inimitable PoelnI. BnrlB comllted hIs poems to memory as he compose.1 . Ihrl , ontO whe Inc sat down to vrIto lie hail before hun no labor of compo- altioll , but only tile task of writIng dean viiat lie had already finisherl. Gibbon tlsroted over twenty ye'ars of his life to iir labar of reading for 81111 writIng ( lie ' 'Ilecilne and Fall. ' ' It is one of tire frost atuponrious literary feats ever accont- pilrthied by tIne labor of one loon , Enlerson Is reported often to lnavo spent from elx months to a year lit the coinpolltian of one or two essays. Ills object was the ccndensatlon of tire reatesL possible tlnougimt into the fewest number of words. Dickens says lii the lntnndtrt'tinn to "Davirl Coppcrfielrl" that ho 6110111 two years In 1lit composItIon of that novel , lie dii mat usually require so long a lIme , inainy of IrIs norel3 being finisitoil In iris than a year and itlost of his hiorter storIes iii a few rlays. Joirnoon eomnmoniy required three or four mnnthlz for tIre enniposltiun of a drama , lie generally rovirei It after tii reimearttal , hind begun , addlilg hero zrnrl taking away there ens his judgment iitl fancy dlctatet ] . Irving wrote the first 120 Inagra ( If ' 'Brace. bridge hall" In tent days ; the "itllmamlhbiu" was nlontly wriitt'im during tile tirree months lie , pent Inn that pilace ; lila "Iife of George \S'ashlngtun" rallutnemi , ne'arly ' five ye Ira. Froindr liaasctl anven years ill crlilectlnIg materiols and iii wrIting his Itistqny etf England. lie was very careful In the selce- lion ii ? his ( lain timId spent whole days Im the effort to verify a single ( act or citation. Cruden labored nineteen years on his con- c'ordanice to the bible , soil Immediately after its ilublicatlun was edIt to a liiritle alyluni , Ito mie-r emitlrtly recovered froiti ihne nIehlial dLaeaze Inuiuced by tills gigantic titnelertaking. George l-liot is said to tn0v wrItten "itd. Iilenlrlrcli" In fuu months , Se1n thnnmbt is thrown upon this ictatemant by the fact that she commonly worked siuwly , writing witlt Steal care and uleItbenalhoIl .ini itiaktng t'iv erasurea afer her work was done. hiancnoft devoted nearly thlriy years to Ini history mtf the United States. witleli is not a history of tli Uin'ted ' Stat- at all , simtee It eu-Is wiierc' the Ill- tory ci Uuo enntry prcporly beglrta. had ( lie ovork been coin. tinued on the salad scale dnvro to ( its pre ; -ut day svcnty-fivcr or eIghty volume4 would I have been required , ll1.tCKI,1'I'l(1 1 lIiG.tla , A lct'Ialonn of Grt'mnt I tnnlrimi tree to % ' _ - trutnnucta. The uieclaion at . . .idgo Pratt of the United States circuit court , sitting at Toledo , 0. , to the effect tinat an employer hna no right to Interfere to itrevent a tllscliargeti em ployc obtaining work aoinewltero else , is one Ill which all elulriOyerll and worklngmen have ito active interest. The case in which this decieloni was htlatie , says tito Springfield Republican , was the simit \'IiiIam Atidlion Ilgaillst thur Lake Shore Railroad coltipaity. Atidlsnru tins a r'nnrlrtetnr mi thr annular ni t hat colnpaiiy , arirl at the canto tiltle a mcml- b et of a labor union which joitied Itt a strike 5 01110 ( I mile imu 1 193. Tb e imitian iii tie A dcli- s oil a member of its grievance cetmnntlttd , I II which capacity he coitferred with tine of. f icena of tilt' hik Slror eontpatty anti tiecanie kitown to tltetn as erie of tire leaders of the s trIke , 'ineii ( ho strike was over he was roftiseil rt'imistatolntent ill I ii' , aid 1)1500 , and when lie 8)- l ihied for OItlplO'IltCttt on other rnihmo.'nds i.e . f ound that he had been lthlckllsted , and tlnat. l ie could not get work on any railroad In t iio country. Consequently be was oblIged to l ook cisewlnemo fur Iris support , anti found a 1)15CC itS itolicemnan at about trait his former s alary as condinctor. Ito sued the Lake Shore connnpaiiy for dahlIsges , growing out of this blacklisting , 111111 the Company demnurreul to his stIlt that it han not exceeded it right of self-protection In describIng AdrOison ) as a n undesirable empleyc for a railroaii COhtl- l 'anY. nun that it was therefore hot respolt. lblo for itis failttro to find emuployntont at his ohil btmininess , 11 is this tlemntnrrer vlnicht Judge l'ratt Inns overruled , holding titat tire right of an em- PlOYCt to itrevent alt eniphoye froiti obtainIng t-ork ends ivhicmi ito discinarges that l tllployo. The nigint of the ClOllinyC to obtain work cannot - not bo takent from lnim , any ittoro than can t lte nIght of the enmiployt'r to luire laborers. ' l'Itis rightt to soil Iris labor Is the one thing vinicli stands itotween ( hue wolklng- 1 11511 slid starvatIon. and it is against Public policy for a number of cuttployens to COlIlbIile to vreveltt the exercise of his rigint by any iniant or hotly of men. It a titait leaves or is ellacinargerl from tine clii- irloymoent of anty ParBoIl Ot COtiIOrlltlDli , it Is 11111 for Iris fonmiier emnipleyer to say whetlner or hot lie is a hit persomr to lit , einiitloycai by another harts' ; ( hint is a mrtatter to ( te doter- ittined by ( lie ire' ettiployer for himself. I'robabl3' Jnidgo I'rittt would riot carry this last Pnincilnle so far iii to rule against tue right of one elnployer to give iitfomniation concerning - corning the chninracter nun fitness of forniner ( .mllployes to atiCtlrer elnpl0'er if seketi for it , amid it is douhuinmi if a friendly warning against imnrk'sirnbit , alipilcultta for work would Pt' collnterl as exceeding tue right of tIme tll- cirarging ennployer. 1'ront tire mibstract of lila numling at hmntt.l . It lx itnitosslinlo to toll ivhrat tlttflhiflCfltiOlts of iris Inialli Colt- teiltiCfl Judge l'ratt 1110(10 , but if thiti iiglier conirts stistaiti lila rullitg , black. i istiitg of wonklngnpcni , whether they hat'e been ullschinrged or Inavo wltinrlrawmn front certain enmtpleyment. or mayo lit any way nada thieiitseivea obnoxIous to tireir former en'ployers , trIll ho illegal and Irasis for a clailn for damages. Tltis ruling Is tue propar coittploment to tue decisions of other cotlrts ntgimtst thin might of worhingntemu to combine to boycott entpioycr , or lireveilt lila Inining as itiany mcii Olin WOUtCO ax are willing to work for Pita. Tire blacklist Ia Cite etnpoyera' % boycott and is as Immdefensiblo on any grounds tine strikers' attentpt to keep "scabs" froiti seeking vork at a shop winose doors mIre closed by a strike. Thio railroad COltiltaliieO linvo sinftereti from anti cam- plalneti of tlnls irmacilca of strikers and alkell and received the nirl of the counts against It , amttl are therefore stopped front commiplaitting when the 521110 doctrIne is aPlllled to their blacklist. All tlnat the courts have rIaii In either instance is to nilhrin tine necessity tilat tine night of free- ilonu of contract shah be maintaitteel be- tweoli employer rind workingntait , agaiitst aggression froln either &do. troth certainly ( iris is a IOPCt fnlliction of tire jumdiciary. Tine iowa must be so ittterprimted ln3c the ' courts-guardians of ( lie rglnts of all against 'tiio aggnesslonn of any-as to make thorn operative agmuinst oppression of all kinds , and titis ruling of Jtid50 Pratt'iooks to this end. , - _ A 1lONGOLiAN COl'I'IiR , j jil I eat I in it of nnOhiltuir tint nu for is 1't p.11mm onu the Nei , ' Yrrit 1r1re'e. Tine apphlcatiolt of a Chiincjte resitlomtt of -New York City for a mince on the Irohico force , with tite untierstanding that Inn should bo assigned to Chimmatown for duty , has caused constenrtation in JJoyera 011(1 I'ehi streets alid alniusement in the InoliCa depart- litent , says the New York Stint , It has al- Peon a culllpIaint of tine Celcstials that thit Police do not untlerstamni ( Item , which is uhllOUbteaIiy ( ho trnlth , for conniparod to Chinese politics evelt a reform ad- mimiitistratlon is as alnaple and straIghtforward hux tine rule of tlireo , Cinlmiatown is cite imttmicate miotwork of itttnlgues and solneines so interwoven tinat hilt few of its expert itohitlcienmis understand anytining intore ( man tiru surface elements. One of tirose experts is thio applicant for the ltlaco ott time force , and now tIne Ctnlnnlnen's plaint ( 'nat tine police rlonit understand them Is silenced by ( lie fear that one who does vlil ha put in a lositiofl of irnaor. For ( lint Is vhiat a Iatnolrnnn's berth in Chinatown - town would be for a Cilnannamt ) , 'l'ilat the opllcalmt is thoroughly colivers- antI witim the regiotm tlnero tma no doubt , In tine COnflislon of Oriental quarrels that occu- lileth tInt time of tIme Tombs Police court for weeks two years ago lie acted as Interpreter for many cases and as defemmnlnmnt imi one case. Tite police justice could net get at tine 11041cr facts of tire cases. As soonn ns lie got below ( lie sllltplro accuoatloiui and coulttc'r-accusa- ( ions of alsault. slalitler , perjury and coil- epiracy , lie found himself In a very laby. rlmithi of Oriental secret societies-tue Liccjtsed GamlIbhimIg eociety , tile "As. soclatloit of Putt Tami , " ( ho ' 'Ne. Cue club , " lnrumiclieru ; pf ( lie hatchet SocIety ni' hliglihiiidrmns , and any Ililnlher ( it litimior lolitical factions , alt ltlayilng a atnirtle gamnie at cross irtnh'lroses. A ( ltlmiese ltOll000lait or detective who had ttntlier ] tIne ntatter arrd told till Inc kltt'w would lnae createnl itinno 000atcrnnatlon In ( lie liunarter than an eartitnjnlake. Since tlieq no Culestial political cases bmavo reacitod ihi courtt' . But ( In cy inn y. a un iv 11011 1 hey do Cli I lnatoOv It ne- lraa outhlihtg better thou ignorance on the tract of tue ollicers of till law. 'J'iil : \'t'I''ll A 63.3 US'I'Iilt , II Iglil ' Sl I IIc'il 'I'einl , ' Comimimimu 11111 ii Lmr n'ga' tJmr I In r' . I'erhaps tile most highly skilled stIll beat paid men In ( lie watch-makIng blIslItniss ann tIne watclu adjusters , One mntljmnster lit a grctt : factory used to receive $10,000 year. Tire anljnistcu'r's work , , says ( lie New York Stin , Is one of ( ito lmntportaiit cicinents of CaPt in ( ito nialeimtg of a flute wertehi , anti a 10,000 uilj1mster binolhirl tie eonipetent to 15cr- feet nIl ) ' watch , whiptuver Its delicacy aitni cost. It is the business of tlio adjuster to taice a new watelt ann can'cfumlly go ovlr all Its parts , iltting theiii together au that the watch mony be regnhlateti to keein time no- cuneitt'ly to the fractIon of a irninute a month , ltcuIatIiig Is a very rhifferont process from ouljustlng , anti liturli silllpter.A watelt that cmuiinot be regtlimtte'd so as to kcrp accurate tIme intuy need the hand of thto adjtister , ann If it Is valuable thto ownt'r otlIl be iii- vised to have it adjusted. Thtrn are wateln ltlijle'tel'2 ( ill New 'oi'k norking on tinunir anvil accommnt and earning very comfortable iiicomcs. 'to thin nthuter every watcit Unat cornea untier his hands gets to have a character of Its 01111 , lIe knows every wheel arid screw anti spindle that lnelti to oottstituitns ( lie watch , tin knows Its conotItnmtlolI as a itllysciafl ! knows thnat of an old Iratlent , lie cansJy what the watch iteeds after on acci- detit , alid can adviinr as to vtittner it is won'thi adjustltg. , No hell watch coin be ilepentieni upon nmn- iii it Itas iiaeri tinrough the manna of tire tedjilater , far however anlmlrablu , this hmttli. vidnial Irants mif tIne wni'ks , their PIned liii- alice Is to lie olntainttl 0111) ' by such study mIni eXincrimnlent as it Is ( ho Irtiuniness of ( 'ie arljinater ho iiiko. The adjnnster Ia a highly 536111041 meciiainic , vItit SItle knowlerlgo of his trinnie , and the utmost tidiness lii Iti it nit cut Ion , % ' . 'Iixhrt of II Cnal'ln lenin of ( haul , . if l'lllO ruhliionalre agreed to gye yomi a cubic foot of rttro gotni if yotu shoul1 put it lii a a.ae-k irind carry it uncrni.as the Did. britlgI iilLd Urtek , rio you tlnlmnk you wonltd ha equal tO tile task ? Cerislniy yeti are c.-ttflidnt . of ) 'our ability to ( I rforrtl thin. ' task , bnIt I ot-alit ta P Ii yti that there w tl'l ] ' tor hi ( lie lru3t darigim rf the lOan uf ttirtin.'y losing tulno gold cube. Such a lump of virgin gold would veigIn a few grains QlC ioI : ; pounds.