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THE OMAHA DAILY ItEEt , SEPTEMBER 21 , 180G.
NOTICES. AiH < * rtl ctiiriit ! for tlicnc column vi ill IIP < nkcn it lit II line p. 111. , for th crenlnic nnil until S it. in. for tli ntul SuiKlnr ( Million * . l > r rnincKtltiK it mini licrril clirclt , cnn linrc minn-orx nil drr < * oil lo n iinmlicrctl letter In cnn of Tinllcp. . AnnivoM no nililrcMUCi 11 111 l e ilollroreil oil prencntutloii o ( lip clicclc only. ItntcM , 1 1-2o n M-oril flrxt InmcrMoii Irfnrtiiril tliprcnflrr. Nothing ( nkri for ICHP tlinii U5o lor the tlr t Inner. Hon. Tluximil iTllKUinoiUK niiiNt 1i < run roiinociiMi cly. WANTrtt ) MAI.IJ WANTtin , AN 1DBA : WHO PAN THINK OP rome Minute thln to pntent * Protect your Menu they mny brine you wpillh. Write John \V > < M rlnirn Co . Oept V. Patent Attorney * . Wnnhlnston I > C. . for their Jl.SOO prlti > offer ami n list ot 204 Invention * wanted 11 371 WANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN IN EVERY LO cnllly to represent ui ( no fortune hunter wnmeiDi will Rtinrnntcc H300 weekly and nil rxnen" " < . Invcstlsnto t once. Ilex C103. lion- ton. Mitnit. _ H-M5q O8 * | | CO TO JIM AND nXI'HNSBI I'AIU SALT1- ! i ' " men for rleam : cjpcrlfnce unnecessary , extra ' C.in C lllshop & lnlucem"nli ( < lo cuMomers Co . St. Louis. U-MCOT OT . TO UAHN ultuntlona ot locntlons KUirantcml after only 8 we UV firndlcf , complete outllt of tnoli Klven : WiiRpT wlille lenrnlnn , cntnloRiie mnlled free Molcr'n llnrlwr College , 819 N Dili § U , KI. i > mi MO. n.MM ; _ iAiionniis rou IIAH.UOAD COMPANY work , WjomlnR , ( ? eel wngi t , free fnie. Krumtr & O'llcarn , 110 1'iirnnm St 11 M8S7 22 * \VANTii ) . TO HANDM2 OUII full line nt clnro. | Hood Iniluccincnti S M Ilmln & Co , riilliclcliilila 1'a 11 MOI3 51 * WANTUII FU IAfcU WANTUD AN ACrnVH WOMAN AT . weelily to reiirc cnt us. Address Ilex K03. ! Ho * ton. Mi a _ C-MM1 ( K WANT1H ) . AT & 02 S. SIST AVI ! , A COMI't- tint tlrl for ueneral liounyworlc. C MSCO \VANTin aim. ron aiiNnitAi * IIOUSR- work , fmnll fumlly. 2717 I'uppletun Avu _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ C SIS 21 _ WANTHH , A otnt , ron oiiNnnAt , iiousn wurlt Apply 2U1 Cnpltol atcnuc C M92C 23 \VANTBD. AT WOMAN'S INUUSTUIAl , UN. ton. illnlne room Klrls und illshw.inirr 151 ( DO.IKC Bt _ C-885 22 * \VANTiTuT niuij rou onNUHAU nousi- woik , Biimll family. 2717 I'oiipltton nve C a 81 _ _ " _ _ _ WANini ) . "oiHlT roil OKNKHAI. HOUSE- worlt fora family of time , no children , wane * J1 00 none lint nn expirlencLj cook neeil up- ply. Mrs Gamble. 3S23 Howard 8t. C 912 rMPW > MiKNT iFonuAurijst nooon WANT' lou of hotel and prlvntc Inmlly lielp Tel 81 C 9S6 S1J * rou IIOUBUS IN AI.II'AUTS OP T1IH CITY. THt O. r Uovls Coinpiny , 1505 rornnm I > 3i2 iiotjsus. ULINUWA & co , ics N. IGTH bT. U 373 i iiouurtN nousns. c. A sTAnn. ss N.Y t.ni STKAM IIUATUD bTOUKS ANU I'LATS Howard llanck , nient , 1010 Clilcugo street. 1 } 37j ciioicn HOUSIS : ANncoTT\ois AM. OVEI * the city , 5 to J50 riilellty , 1702 r rnam I ? _ D 376 LIST or nousns. THE llecd Co . 212 S. Htli ft. IIOIJSI-S WALLACU. 11UOVVN HL1C. . 1CTI UoiiWALLACU. nnd Uoii D-37S ilousia s. STOHUS r. D.WUAD , 10 & GOOD COTTAOKS. DnSIIlAULY LOCATKD cheat ) . S-rcom house near business , 7 rooms modern. S41 S. 27th etreet. U S. Skinner. jBenl 310 N. V l.lfe _ D M ! > JI roil RENT , IO-HOOM noust : . Mouritx D-MIW perfect 11 7-nooit iiouaa ATonnnN , : io CHAHLKS Btrt-ct. also " . .roomcottnge adjoining Applj r to Q. N\ Clayton nt Wabasli olllcc , HIS rnrnnti I > M26I street. 4 & S-ROOSI HOUSE. S3C SO IS 111 STREET. u : ao S2S- CIIIAI > . 1103 MAIICY. p m OT ? zt FOP. lir.NT. A CHOICB. DnTACHEI ) MOI ) cni Droom liouse. No W29 Capitol avc. . JM OC II II nohlnon. _ _ D-CC9 e'-'nooM ' MODCHN COUNHK FLAT , ni v - * cnworth tt. _ D-Mrci Old roil HUNT ruiiNisnno cm u house , 8 rooms , modern. C09 1'ark " 3-ROOM COTTAGE. S E. S3D AND CLARKE 1-OR RENT7 S-ROOM COTTVUE 2ST1I ANI Furnam street , Inaulre Milton llogcra A. Sons anil Farnnm. . ' OWNERS Ol' STOREROOMS. Ill OrKS. FLAT ! centrally located houses which they vvlsl or " la h"v , > rented should ll.t them - with - * " Pott & OroiKa Co. S W corner ICth 10P. lirNTT riNULY rtlUNIBllKO HOUSi : let n conveniences lnrtcyinl. . birii all mo only few hloiltH from llnh ! bchool I'ot te'ft o c QeoiseCo. S W eoiner ICth ami rni n M8Q73 nam _ _ 5io iiiN Fi Vrs WITH iviu\THiNa NGW nil , ! sti Icily first cla In the Din I Ike bull. ! to J6 m \ \ IIIK. nth nnil rarnnin Apply Iloblilnn rooms , 3 nnil 4 IJav lilRC bultilliiC I * flea tiv A iioiisir v\Tni 'NiNif noosf'C'wiTii AI.I modern convenlinccH , siirioiimllnKa aureeablt lit Lnliu lawn , southwest e-or. Slat ItOOM IIKIC'K. NHAH Hlfill ScToOU 1 mhiutiM walk to business \V 1. tlarlt.0 D MteS 2J * l it Ft. C-ROOM FLAT , MODERN CONV13NIENCFS rimiBtr hlk , 8 13 eorner ICth and Jones Uarvln Dros , 1C13 Farnuni gt It M904 it v9-ROOM llpusi MODERN , OAK FINISH , ! 5S * ' n'HroiV/lJu't'arnim ' | St. D M90J 21 . . RENT 11II3 ELEOANT W-ROOM HOUSI at 3017 Piclllc nt Apply at Room 305 N. \ ! - 'JIlIT ' | D-MDM 21 7 FURNISHED OR UN _ . _ - . . - I-H. 30th H-M933 i > . fiF.CPRE 'JENANTS FOR 1OUR HOUSES R' llstliiB with Robblns 18th & _ | . NlNE.HOOM nirTACIlED JIODERN HOUS13 with b\rn. Apply No. 2C03 Pierce - 11ESERVINO THREE CHAM1IERS OF LMIOI : elRht-room niodern. nicely furnished house o : cur line ! will rent tor fIGOO Address X k. Ilee HOOM.H , 3 KUUNJSIIBD 1100M8 FOIl HCUSRKKin'INC for man and wife. lUnt taken In buaid 319 N * C M492 17. _ _ utiu NICK HOOMR , iiair cl cciilnu. 11U H. llth 1I-C71 Jl * :13 Niri3 HOOMH , 1II3AT OAH , HATH stove. VMilUliiK dlslance , prlvat fuinlh , l iiinn uml Tvlfe , with refcrtiice. Adilrws X 11 rk . _ E-M9JS itoovis AND IIOAIID. NICE ROOMS AND UOARD. 1013 nOIIOLAS V M791 Jb PL13ASANT UOOMS AND KXC13LLi.N" : bnarO 1909 Oapllol uve , r J IIOAIID toil 1OUH MIJN , J3.W I'EIl C8 H. 19th y-M > M 21 * i\ UOOMH wnii IIOAIID , STISAI heat , t'topla. 17S1 Datenport. r M > 81 SI * rbh HUNT. ruiiNitmuiT HOOMS. WITH on without l > oaru ; stenm heat and all mixlen lnil > ra\emeiits , bpcciul low ran a for thu win ler Mldlahd hotel , ICth anil Chlcat.0. M J 1'ranck , pruiirlttor , r-soq ron iuvr _ U.M. ' C CIIAMLIiita 1X311 IIOUSKKEHI'ING , MAT unit wlfu , water In kitchen ; steel sink 319 N llth 0-M81T 4 JJNKt'IlNlSHKn JIOOMS WITH PHI VATS ' ( Slully , Fi'lcniUd localll > Address X ID. llec , I'Olt HK.NT VrOUiS AND OKF1CKS. ItUICU bTOUU I1UILD1NU , 101 ! Kuriuun ; three storlc * ami basement : will ultei to cult tenant' law ruit , 3U lit Nat'l U'k bld ( l-37 _ roil KENT. THfc 1-STOnY liniCK 11U1LDINC at U16 Kornam t. This butUIng has a llreprnoi ccinenl luuemtDt. complcta t am boatlna fix- luirs. w&lcr ua all Hours , in * , etc. Avplr Hi ttt olllca of The Ilee 1-910 _ U1IH X > UirbTOHY AND KAHBMUNT. imiCli Imlhlliifcut 1211 Howard ulrvct Dutiable foi Mo race and commltslon , or iimiiutacturlm ; bu . _ Ja ss. U. 8 National bamc. t-SM fcroina ANiT'oKi'JCKS IN inu NU\V DAV- Ulu bulljlmf. nth mij Furnim. Applr tc 4ubu W , ICobbliu , ruoins S nd 4 Dsvl.ljo bldg , JO AOHNTS WAMTKU. HID MONEY IN I.ATKST CAMPAION ANC comlo buttons , (00 klniln bottom prices , tx unmplfs far dlm t'nmpnlcn Rupply comp ny , SI Arch Street , Doiton , Mn . I M941 AOKNT8 XIAKR > C PO TO lltV ( ) A DAY INTtlO- rtuclnrt fie "Comet , " the only $1 00 snap iihot camera made , the urfstent seller of the cen tury , rrnrrnl nnd locnl ncentn wnnted nil ovrr the world , exclusive territory : write today for tPrmH nnd pnmnles Alltcn Olcnson Co X 23 , Ixi rroff.VI J MS 1 22 * AVA > TI3ITO WANTKD , A PURNtSHRn HOt'SE I'llOM IIP. tolier until July , or longer , reply Clifford Vf. Smith 1320 rarnnm t * ' STOHACK. 1'AriFIC BfOUAOU AND WAnF.HOIJcn ! CO. 908-110 Jones Oenernl storage nnd forwnnllne M-SS1 _ OM. VAN A STOnAUG HIS I'AU'M TEL T.J v.TlllTo nuv. \VANTI3U l.roo Oil MOIM3 YAHDS OP UIIIT Omaha llrkle ntvl Terminal Itnllwiy Co Trcd S llarrli , supcrlntemlent. Hoard of Trade Imll.Ilne N MM > 21 AMIVAao s. ' TALKS. CAIiniAOBq. JUJO phnrtons , bottom prices A. J. Simpson 1409 DodRe P-IS4 i iiucatns 123 TO jcor t ritAm-oNS. ino'Ti J35 to 75 ; 2 urrp } JCO to JDO , 4 fAinllyir - rsrtn JH to | i : > . 2 new cpen r .id wiu > i.a 13" l"timmond Carriage Co , 18th an I llur.io 1' M 7 SALB A YOfNO PAMILY HOItSi : AND phaeton , che-ip nt 2 :0 N 33d I' M913 21' ron HALR , jorNr r nni.iAiu'ii TAMII.Y horce , phaeton and harness at a Imrenln 141" ) Dodge st P M911 21 1011 \I.KMl'jCni.IAM30US. . roil SALH STOCK flXTUIin'J AND MA chlncry of the Con olldated Coffee Co , I4I < Harney St . ut private sale Auction fcept 22nd of what rcnmlni unsold. Call for list ami rrlce , u\ta \ manufacturing building nnd nnc Ion on track 2SIB and llo > d fats. , Oimlia J. II. Dumont. Hecelver. Q 4J8 * A riNicuicicKiiiNO ui'iuaiiT PIANO only tin.100 Tire Mono Co uiirlght , J143 Some other uprights , $110 CO Pianos to rent Wm II fachmoellcr & Co , 319 McCague bldg CHI3APEST 1IAIIDWOOD WOVI3N COUN ( fillII- lilng maile C n Lee 901 Douglns. Q 383 roil HALuTNKW KIMI1AL l/1'HIoTlT PIANO J. J Gibson. 1st. Natl Itlc IIldK Q 836-19 CIAIHVOrA > Ti > . IIS MARY mm : , CLAIRVOYANT 16th s M4I7 ( ai ASS A an , IIATIIS , nrc. MMI3. SMITH. 1121 DO1IOLAS STIinnT , 2D lloor , room G , m iss.ihc , steam , tilcohol and hulphurlno biths. T M917 . ' > MIfcS AMI3S , VAPOIl IIATHS , M Vb&AOll D07 8. 13th St. , room 3 T MWS O7 * MUS 1)11 LUON I3LnCTlUC MASSAGU PARlors - lors , rcfre&hlnK and curnlhe , don't fall to call. 417 S llth at , upstairs T XIS31 21 * I'KllhO.NAL. MISS VAN VALKI3NHUKG t > isTROYS PHR- mancnlly by elcctrlclt ) sui crHuous hair , moles , v.irts , etc. lloom 410 , N. Y. Life nidi. U 317 cuncD , NO PAIN , xo DUTIN- tlon fiom business , we refer to hundreds of pitknts cured O U Miller Co. 307 N Y. Life bullillng. Omaha , Neb U 3S9 SAVC MONITY I1Y GOING TO Dll SEYMOUR for your dental work , half rates next thirty dTy 33Nortli2Uh t. U M1D1-322 UATHS MAbSAfSU MML3. POST , 319V&5T1I _ U-2CO _ VIAVI. IIOMU TREATMENT TOR UTERINK troubles. Physician In attendance Consulta tion or health book free. 319 Ilee bid ? _ U 3M UO'STON DRESS CUTTlNtl ACADKMY. 100 ladles wanted to learn system taught by Mrs. O. Shelter. 1925 S. 17th street. U M3SS CONSIGNERS WANTED ATVOM VN'b IN- ilustrlal union 1510 Dodge st. I' SSU 22" MOM3Y TO luOAN UUAI , ESTATK , ANTHONY LOAN & TRLbT CO . 315 N. Y. L Quick money at low ratcu for choice farm loins In Iowa , northern Missouri , eastern Nebraska VV-M1 CI1Y LOANS C. A. STARR , S23 N Y LITE W 3D. ! _ - MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA real estate Urennao. Love Co. , 1'axton blockt VV-393 LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY property. W. rarnam bmlth i Co , 1320 rnrnam U--314 MONEY TO tx > AN AT LO\V RATES THE O I- Davis Co. , 1503 I'm mm bt W 333 I.OAN8 , LOW RATES , IREY , 301 N Y L1PE W SJ2 b9 FROM J100 UP. ID. . WEAD , 16 A DOUdl.AS V , ' 243-S2S MOMJV TO 1.0A\ClIATTIi3LS. MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE PIANOS horses , wagons , etc , at lowest nte In city , no lemoval of goods , strictly confidential , soil can i y the loan off at any time or in any amount. OMAHA ilORTOAOE LOAN CO 300 So ICth Pt X-350 MONEY TO LOAN. 30. CO. 90 DAIS. 1'URM- ture , pianos , etc Duff Green room 8 U&rrfer bite X-JJ7 S oiiA > cns. I-OR SALE , ABOUT 2,000 LUS MINION TYPE. 7CO Ibs agate. 150 pair two-thlrd cases 40 double Iron stands for two-third cases This material HOB used on The Omaha Hee and la In fairly good condition Will be sold ci ap In bulk or In quintltles to suit purchaser. Applj In person or by mall to The Bee Pub- lulling Co . Omaha , ffi-b Y 713 _ FOR SALE ON SATISFACTORY TERMS. COMplete - plete stock of jewelry and optical goods , safe ciiso regulator , tools , material , elc Atl. Irons X HJlee _ Y M535 2'i VVLSHING TO GO OUT OF THE I1UTCHER Imklmns , I v\lll lent my nhop and llxturet for one or three sears to a good , responsible mm , crop Is. good und most all thin count ! Is under Irrigation Doughty . Co . Lexington , Veil Y MEQI 22' _ A CONFECTIONERY , ICE CREAM AND ojxtir parlor nnd lunch counttr , gooil trade iiiul best location lit county seat Iowa , town of 5 , ( " 10 , good leasuns for selling Address X 19. like 1 MU37 21 ALs , CIGAR & NHVV8 sr.\D HI3 > T location In the city J , J. ( Jlbson , Flrnl Na tional Hank Illdg Y-KJJ-13 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 1'OR LAND OR merchandise. 11.000 stock Implement Jobbing house. Address V. C , M , Ilee olllce , Council _ Dluffs z 871 ICO ACRES GOOD NEIIRAbKA LAND TO tradu tor a country newspaper outfit Address Pioneer , Ida Grov * , la , K 1VSDS 21 KOII .SAI.IRIAL IF YOU DESIRE TO PURCHASE TINE VA- uint property , cheap lots or houses and lull for cash , or on very easy teims. do nut full to ceo thu Fidelity 1 rust Co , southeast corner of Ilee building Their list In large and they recommend nothing but birgalns. Re M911 AI1H TRACTS. THE UYRON RCED COMPANY , HE 3J3 _ _ _ _ HERE IS A BNAP 2 lota Military me. iieur Hamilton st , and a lot on West Leavenworth all for t0 J \V Robbln : , Ibth nnd lnrnam His _ _ REJI7J323 _ _ _ _ FOR SALE DOVT I'AKI } YOUR MONEY out of the banUii and hoard It or put It where R can lie slulcn. Heller buy u home , u lot or a few acres nciii the elly at one-half value , or buy a oed flrst martEHea on lmpro > ed real estate , pasablr in iold , and iMxrlrc 7 cent scuil-unnual InterfUV hate the Rer the lots , the ucros and tlit * first mort- KOKU lounu , which vva art ) orterhiK for halo und v\tll b glad to ehcnv ihem to ( < ny ono wi.litng profltdbU and absolutely tufa liuc.t- nieiits. Potter i. GeorsH Co. . a W corner ICth and Fam.im RE-Mtoa M _ ItR BALE. CHEAP , 11EAUTIFU1. COTTAGE i rooms , summer kitchen , hard ami reft water. c ° od brick cillar ; lot :3xlI7 ; catt from ; part eaeli ; lalancg I pr cent. tU > N. Mth street. RE-799 _ AN ELEGANT HOMB IN THE TICINITY OF Hanscom park A delUUtful and sightly place. Pleasant grounds , with thiublwry nod evtry- tliliiK deilinbU. Will Uk * smaller pluci In uxchange If Intere.terl cull soon on M. J , Ken- naret St Son , 110 J , J , llrown bloik. , _ 11E-M827 S ' KINE'FRUIT LANDS. CLOSE TO THE CITY ! M J , ICennard , sola agent , 310 7. J. llrcwn tlo k. RK MW9 2 * _ _ _ _ CHEAP KKVf SEVEN-ROOM MODURN COT- luntt , within walhlUK JUUnc of busUico. Will laKa lot as purl payu ml. Your ciianc * ; tee u qulik. 50. J , Kennard , tel artni , no J. j. lruwnbl clt. _ _ _ PI3VEN ifoOM CO1TAOB WBsirPATtT OF city , Itulde finish , cherry , o K and. blrUs-iy * innpla , niodtrn coincnloncti , uorcclaln lain , tiled vestibule gas rang * ; full lot , bam ; 8rlc ) l 000 , ILUO cash. nrvln tlroi. . leu i'.rntm si 1IJJ MMJ tl DnrncTivn CAITA1N P. MOSTYN , DETECTIVE AOKNCY all iletectlve work carefully and promptly At tended to. Jlft Karbnch block. Omnhn. uml fl Rnnnolce IIMr. ChlrAKo U CM Ocll MORAND'fl NOW OPEN FOR LADIB < r OI3N tUmtn , children nni prlvnte clnfsen For pnr tlculars nnd terms pirate call , 151ft Harney * t CS9 Oil I11)IMIM > AM ) I.OVN ASSOC1ATIOVS ItS Mt'Tt'AIj l7 & . 11 ASS'N PAYS 7 8 fior cent when 1 , 2 , 3 > ear old. nlnnys re clecmahle 1704 Pnrnnm St Nattlngtr , Sec 403 HOW TO GET A HOME OR SECURE GOOt Interest on mlnc.j. Apply to Omnhi I * & H A Vn 1704 Famam O M Nnttlnger. Sec 401 &IIOHT1I\M > AMI TVPinVIUTlM * . A. C VAN SANTS SCHOOL , B13 N Y. LIFE 403 AT OMAHA 1JUSIXESS COLLEGE , 16TH Do slas. -MI93 SM UIMIOLSTKRI.NC. PFRNITt'RE PACKED. FINISHED , RE- inlrrd. ninttres cs made and renovated Tr > WalMn 2111 Cumlng , tel 113 ! 608 U MAROW1TZ LOANS MONEY. 418 N. It ST 407 MUSIC , AUT AM ) ELOCUTION I1IYS1CAI. CULTURE. MRS. W K Dorwnrd , C23 N 19th. Cuttings from stand. arl authors. M594 2S GEORGE F OELLENRECK. I1AN1O AND guitar teacher. R. 412 lira Illdg. Tel , 23 $ . 100 A FIND 8TEINWAY PARI-OR GRAND , north I1HM CO only KID CO , one upright Vote & Sons , unly 110f , pianos for lent William II Schmoller & Co , 318 McCngue Illdg KATHERYN A OOODSELL , TEACHER Of the guitar 1G1S Hurt st WX ) 26 MI3DICVI , . THE PEOPLE'S DISPENSARY , 1 3 DOUGUVM si , never falls In diseases cf women ; Riles prompt relief without dangerous operitlnns , 23 yiars' experience 755 21 * HORSES PAbTURED , 73C PER MONT1L T. Murray MllO-H-il StlWING HACIIINnS AM > Sl'I'I'LIUS. NEW HOME. not EHOI.Il. WHITE AND Davis Sewing machines. Oftlcc 1514 Capltcl avc. M22S 5 > 24 IIICYCIiHS AM ) HIM * D WHEELS J10 TO $5 FlIC.CI.E8 RENTED nnd repatied Omaha Illcicle Co , 18th nnd Chicago SS7 LOST. LOST LADY'S WATCH CHAIN , COMPOSED of Callfoinli "cat's e > e" stones , with round agate clmnn , return to K13 Furnam t. nnd get reward Lost MS47 MnilCIIA > T TAILOR. MAX FOGEL MCTICHANT TAILOR AND eteam clearer , will remove to bisement under German bavlngs bank , bcptember 1st. tel 1137 IC9-S 27 Searles & Searlea SPECIALISTS IH litrvous , Chronic ana Private Diseases. WEATHER SEXUALLiX. AU Private Ulieiasct and Disorders of 31aa rreatmrnt by mall cou-iiiltntluii freu * SYPHILIS Cured for life end the piison thoroughly rlrnnsed from tht ivitem. PILES FISTULA u > RECTAL ULCERS. HYDROCELK3 ANU VARICOCELE permanently nnd succtisfully cured. Method new and unfailing. STRICTURE AND GLEET at , Ctirod hotns By ntw method without pula or cutUng. Call on or oilJrejg Klin stump. Dr. Seams & Surto , Anna W. Jones will take notice thit lloi.ice C. Powers , A Jnstlct1 of the pc.icc of UoiiKl.is count ! . Nebniskn , on August ft , IS'jC , Issued an order of attachment fet $1025 In an action wherein Henry Lelfmann Is plaintiff nnd Anna W Jones Is defendant ; that .Meirltt Rlsdon wns summoned a = Kiirnlshoe Said cause vas continued tc September 20 ISaU , nt 0 o'clock a m. HENUY LKHMANN. 1'lilntlff Sifa and mini rrllrf mm r ( all i tliera aroimUntluH. At allilrniritlsta. U rite for Wmum't fc"/ryi aril 1 lil.U. AVII.COX 4IEUI- C1KE Co. , Satxi. UijluUtit. , i'ilUUa. , 1'a. RAILWAY THE CARD Leave * IDUnLINGlON & MO IUVER ( Arrives OmalialUnlon Uepol. loin & Ma&un btM Onuiha " ' 8"iain : . Denver Uipress , . . . ; . . , 9 35am 4.3imi.lll ( Hills , Mont A : 1'ui.et bnd. ] 3x. 4 OSpm < . 3 , lilii . . . .Deliver Kxprcss . 4 I'jpin TMvm .NebrutUa Local ( except hunday ) . , 7.M5pni . . .Lincoln L.OCU ! ( except bunilay. . . ] SOatii 2.55pm. . .rust Mat ! ( for Lincoln ) lally. , . _ Leaves [ CHICAGO. nUHLINOTON & y | Anlvc3 Omaha ] Union Depot. 10th Mason tits [ Omaha ' 6.00pm . Chicago Vestibule . . . 8 00am a.lSuin . Chlcucu nipriss . . . 4.10pm 7 SOpm ChlcaRo und .St Louis Kxpreas . 8-COain 11 iOara . 1'aclnc junction Local . . . G.lOpm _ . Fast Mall . 2 50pm Leaves ICH1CAC1O. MIL. & ST PAUL I Arrives" OmahalL'nlpn Depot , 10th S. Masonjsts | _ Omaha < 30pm . Chicago I.lmltco . s 05am 11.00am .Chicago Express lux b'un-laj ) I.ijpm leaves ICHICAGO" " NORTHVVnST'NifArrlves OinahaUnlon | _ Depot , )0th ) & Mason Hta I Omaha ' ' " 'lO.llam. 13aslern 13xpre a "j.Jfpm 4:45pm : . , . . . .Vestltmleil Limited . 5 40pm O.J'piii. . . . . . . . St 1'aul Hiuieaj. , . , , , , , 9Wum CIOim ; . HI IVUt Limited . , O.OJpm 7SOam : . Carroll i. Sioux City Local .11 10pm CiMpm . Omnha Chicago Special. , , . 8 .Warn .Vlssoiirl Va I ley Local. . . 9 30am Leaves ( CHICAGO , n .1. & I'ACiriC.lArrhe OmahalUnlOR Depot , 10th & Mason Sts I Omaha ' _ EAST. 10. ( Oam .Atlantic express lex. Sunday ) . S ! Kpni 7.0Cpm . NlBht nxprrsn . t , . , , S:15am : 4.50pm , . .Chicago VesilbuU'J Limited. . 1 33pm 4 SOpni 8t 1'aul Vestlliulcd Lliriieil . 1.15pm " _ _ 6l5pm : Oklahoma & Texas Gx. ( ex. Sun. ) , 10 35am lUOpm. . . . . . . . .ColoradQ Limlttia. . . . . . . 4 OOprn LeaTe " | cT , STTP it & O. JArrlveT OmahaDepot [ _ , 15th nnd Webiter St . _ | _ Omnha S.15am 7 Sioux Oy | ( AcLommoJatlon. . . . 8 OOpni 12:50pm . .Bloux City Uxpre d lex 3un ) , llC5ani 615pm . Bt Paul Limited . 9.10am j.a\e7 j r n. aTsio "VALLKY ; lAfVivei Omahal Depot , 15in and Vvebmer ata. I Omaha 3.00pm . .Fast Mnll anJ Expresa. . , 6,00pm 3.00pm ( ex Sat. ) Wyo Ex. ( ex Mon ) 6.00pm 7.50am Fremont Ixjcnl ( Sundays Only ) . 7:50um : . .N'oriulW Kxpreaa ( ex. Sun. ) . ,10 25am 615pm ; . Bt. Paul nxpresa. . . . . . 8.10am LeaTesT Kr"c.71Tt T sTfi J3. lArrtvas OmulmlUnlou Depot , 10th & Mason Sts ( Omaha S.OSam . . .Kansas City Day Express. , . , , C.lOpm 10 00pm. K P. Night KK.U U. IV Trans t 30jm Irfa"ves | JIISSOUni i > ACtIFia lArrlves Omnhal Dtpot. 15th and Wetuter Sta. I Omaha S.JOpra. . .Nibiabka & Kansas Limited. . ,1Z 23pm 9:30pm . Kansas City Express . 8 00am S 00pm .Netimtl.a Local ( ex bun ) . 900am I svei'l" SIOUX"CITYT PACIb'Ic7 JAiTlv7. OmalmDepoi | _ , 15th nnj Webtter 8U I Omaha SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC ! . Arrives OmahsIUnlon Depot , IDth & Mason Sis. Omaha Bt , r < > ul Pasiencer ll:10pm : 7 Stain Ploux City I' s > enser , . > Wnm t-Mpm 81. Paul Limited . t loim S.SC'um. . . , . . . , . . Kearney Express . , 4lOpm ; I 2luin . OtcrUnd Limited. . , . , 4:4Spm : I SCpm lleat'ci & Slromsb'c Bx ( ex. Sun ) It.OJpn B < 43pm..aian'1 Itland Eipreu ( tx. Sun ) , , ll OSjni . 0pm. . . . . . Fust Mall . . . . 4Q.iir \vTUASli HAII. WAYl JArrlves OmihaiUn lor. Dtpot. 10th A Mason Sts. I Omaha C nnon llall . The nze Snake Story. ' " i' . . ! j. How Louie the > Urcnscr Was Hittcn and His Life Wits Saved. } , ' ' MncmllUin'd The beitity of the bepbnokc \ story In th ( world Is that there wai rwilly no snake Ir It , which Is moro than.'Jf'aiJ ' , be said even ol the Garden of Hdcn. sl-w It had been very hot that summer on tht rnnrh Men work In thefletdi In California wllh the thermometer at'110 degrees , while they fall down of heat'apopletj - In the streets of Now York and Chicago at 90 de grees That Is the maxim Ihoy preach tc the stranger In the west , and It has trutn In U , but It Is a mistake to suppose that even In California men work In the fields In comfort In such a temperature , and that summer the thermometer had gone very near 115 degrees. So wo were grateful enough to get away Into thu hills for n spell , with a wagon and n tent , and the usual otittlt of posts and pans , three ot ua , white men. with Loulu , the Mexican , whom we called In the vernacular "The Greaser , " to mind the horses and make himself gener ally useful Our program was to fish the riv ers , shoot doer and possibly a grlrzly bear , discover a gold mine and go back to the ranch with a prospective fortune We had Just pitched our tent Down on the plain for wicks bcforo wo had been sleeping out on our verandas , but the air of the hills had a nip In It by contrast. It wa ? late In tile afternoon , but there was still plenty of sunshine I followed Louie round a shoulder ot the hill , going to fetch water at a IHtlo stream tumbling from somouhcrc among the snowy peaks that capped the zone of flrs on the great moun tains above us. Thcso mountains had , at some thno or other , sent down a little nvn- lancho of small rocks that lay heaped on our left as wo walked The scene was the most peaceful Imaginable. In an Instant a succession of small Inci dents sent the peace to limbo. Louie dropped his pannikin with a tinkling clatter , crj- Ing "Sancta Maria" In a voice of terror. At the same moment I heard the dread rattle of a snake and saw Its length gleam under Loitlo's feet and vanish among the rocks. " 'ancta Maria ! " he exclaimed , and tnt- tore'l back Into my arms , his dark face livid with fear. "What Is It , Louis ? Did the snake strike you ? " "In the foot , " ho said , "jcs. " "Let us get back to camp. Quick , lean on me. " "What'i the good , boss ? " ho asked. "I'm n dead man" Nevertheless ho came with me , leaning on mv shoulder and making alamo lame vvn" rf It Down In the plain wo had no rattlesnakes. Tor miles about the ranch thcro were no roc\s for tl 011 , and though there wcro plenty of ground squirrel holes , wo never saw snakes about them. Ilia thought of such things did not enter our heads , and Louie , vveiry of his boots , had kicked them off , with the long spurs , and come with mo In his stocking feet on this micst for water A word explained to'the bojs what had ' happened. "Strjchnlne's the best , " said Jock Peters , who was our authority on.tho question of make bites , which ho had studied In Aus tralia , "but wo haven't got It , so wo must do what we can with Oils. But It's a poor chpncc. " he added In a vvhlspcr is , to iavo time , he knocked the 'tncck , off a bottle ot brandy. "Drink It , Loulo. " he said. "Never mind cutting jour lip * Get" It down ; that's the chief thing. " ' " The Mexican's teeth chattered as we forced In thb neck of the bdttle/'but he drank a great gulp without vvlotting" The liquor , or nlcklo either , to scorch the throat of a Mexican has yet to be 'found. ' Jim Kelly , the Irishman , was saddling the freshest of our horsps toTlilo at best speed to Lindsay , eleven infleamvvay In the haze of thm plains ; for the -doi-tor , Ina inlmite he was pounding away- , among the hills. Tix up a light as high as , jou can put It , If It's daik before we get back , " he shouted us he went. We pulled the sock off the Mexican's foot. Already It was swelling fast , with a pur plish tinge around a tiny blue spot , from which the smallest Imaginable drop of blood had welled. "Any good cauterl/lng It ? " I suggested. "Not a mag , " said Jock shortly. "Go on with the brandy and keep him moving ' chance" That's his only The Mexican's face was dreadful to 900. Ho called , in his terror , on everj saint In the church , but he declared ho suffered no pain. Jock , Improving the occasion began relating In a low voice to me anecdotes of all the snake bites he had Knowu. "One boy I ve seen that did recover , " ho said , ' and that was from the bite of a brouu snake , and a brown snake's as bad , they say , na a rattler an Australian brown snake , that Is ; i rattler can't be vvoide. Hut this boy VMS stupid all his life after , not as quick-witted as the average , which Is not much to ay. And at times , just at the time of year at which ho'cl been bitten , the wound got red again and awclledand he was stupider than ewr Louie ha * been It would have been better If Louie had had on a sock ; the rattlor'd have had to go through that , he might have spent a bit of his poison there , that'd give Louie a sort of a chance. Docs It hurt you now , Louie ? " "No , boss , no , not hurt. " The swejllng was spreading ; going up the ankle and right up the leg , and the man be gan to talk slowly and painfully. "I remember , " said Jock , "going along a rldgo of a teraco on a stosp river bank. The rlvor was full of sharks , und I met a brown snake coming along the ridge toward me There wasn't room to turn , and I couldn't take to the river for the sharks , and I hadn't a gun. . Hut my pal coming IIP behind had a gun , and he poked the barrel In between my legs and blew the brute to bits. " "Is that true , Jock ? " I asked. "My heaven , d'you think I'd lie at such a time as this ? " with a glance at Lwilo's face. "Are you getting sleepy , man ? " he said Then , as Loulo did not answei , ho took him under the arm , and signalling me to do the Bimo on the other side , wo kept him inov- IIB between us up and flown and round the tent. From time to time wo made him Irlnk moro brandy. Ho had taken half n jottlo , but It seemed to have no effect on ilm. ilm."It stimulates the heart's action , you jnow , " Jock explained , "Just as the poison gats to stop it , but strychnine's tha beat , icts as ncrvo tonic. "It's a deal to do with the nerves , tlila suakc-bttu business. " Wo hoard tbo Httla ground owls begin whistling to each other , , from the mouths of the Bqulrrel halos n\v In the plain , and tlio bats ami moth i began to coma out ua the sun sank out of They brushed our faces as vva cent ilij < \ . to march the1 Mexican to and fro. iVcscntly I left the work to Jock , and rigged up a pine torch fo : n signal light on the polo which I took fron the wagon The Job took me some time , bu nt length I got the light lalrty flarl.lg "Look at hN face , " Jock whispered to mi ns I c.ime back to him. It was a shocking sight under the flicker Ing rnyi , swcl en distorted , livid. Th < ! mnn'i arm was swollen , too , as I felt when I toot my plnco to support him Ills movement ! v\ero lethargic nnd heavy , RO that I vvonderei that Jcck , unaldcJ , cou'il hive ke , t him mov. Ing so long "Glvo him moro brandy. " Jock directed "moro ; that's It ; he's had nearly all thi bottle There's a chance , " ho went 01 presently ; "I really believe there Is thought he'd have been ilead before now Maybe ho don't mean dying after all. / vnlto Minn'd have been dead half an houi ago " "I wish the doclor'd eome" "Mighty little-pood wishing" The weary tramp went on Twice I hat to replenish the beacon torch , and onct moro we gave the Mexican a gulp o : brandy , which finished the- bottle As 1 was fixing the torch for the third tlmo 1 heard a shout down the canvon I an swcrcd with all my might , and In a few minutes Jim Kelly and the- doctor rorti Into the clicle of the flaring light. "Alive ? " the doctor asked "Allvo , yes , " said Jock ; "alive and that's about nit Ho can't opeak " "What have you given him , brandy : That's right How much ? " "A bottlcful " "Right , anil jou'vo kept him awake That's It Ho won't die now. Wonderful fellows , these greasers He'd have died be fore this. If ho meant dylug. Let'a see the wound. " The candle burncil as quietly In the still air as In a room The Mexican's foot was swollen so that It scarcely looked like o human member ; but In me midst ot the purple swelling wna a white circle with the little blue mark , plainly evident for lu center The Mexican seemed to feel no pain , even when the doctor handled the wound ami pressed It upward with hh lingers. " .Hold the candle close , " ho said "It's blamed strange , " he added , "blamed strange , " pecking at the ilttlo blue maik with his forceps , "tho fang's In the nounc yet. I never heard of that happening be fore. Shako him a bit ; don't let him g drowsj. " His swollen limbs wabbled like Jelly un der the treatment. It was horrid The doctor gavea little dig. then a little tug with his forceps. I'reaentlj ho held up to the candle , In the clutch of the forceps , a long white spine , and regarded It curi ously. Then he said In a hollow voice"Dc > ou know what It Is' It Is not a fang at all ; It's a cactus spike. " "What ! " A strangely perplexed Ilttlo group of men gazed Into each other's faces with question ing eyes , under the staia that twinkled out over the snow-topped edges of the Sierras "Only a thorn ! " "Look at It , " the doctor said. "You can sco the thing for yourselves. " Ono after the other we examined the- spine , feeling Its point with a linger that we certainly should not have ventured neat- it had It been a poison fang. "And there's nothing else In the wound ? " Jock asked "Not a thing else. " "And you mean to tell mo that I've wasted two hours of my time , to say noth ing" of a bottle of our best brandy. In walkIng - Ing about a Greaser that has nothing the- matter but a thom In his foot ? Well , l am darned. " " 1 hat's about whit you'vo been doing , " the doctor said , quietly. "Well , I am darned " Jock turned with a look of righteous wrath to the wretched Mexican , vvho was lying In a comatose heap In my arms , but the first sight of hla face checked the words unspoken. "Shako him up ; keep him waking- , " the doctor cried. "But you don't mean to tell mo , " Jock began again when he had succeeded In arousing some signs of life In Louie , "that all that , ' pointing at liU distended featuies , "Is the cactus thorn ? ' "There's not a mltu else In the wound. " "Well , I'm darned. ' "All the same , " the doctor added quietly , "he'd have died If jou hadn't kept him going " "Died ! What of ? " "Snako bite ; shake him up there ; don't let 111 in go drowsy ! " "Snake bite ! Heavens and earth , I thought jou said there was nothing In bis foot bcjond the thorn. " Then tbo doctor went up to Jock and laid a hand on each of his shouldcis and said , veiy slowly and distinctly. "You mark me , Jo k Peters , we're In face of a bigger thing tonight than snake bite. We're In face of ono of the biggest and ultlmatcat facts of human nature , and one of Its biggest mys teries the Influence of the mind upon the body. I've heard of something like this case before , although I've never seen it , nor over thought I should , and that In con nection with a cool 10 and a cobia in India In that case , too , there was no biiako bite , although there was a snake. The coolie saw the snalcc ; it darted from beneath his feet and at the moment ( likely from the start he gave ) a thom pleiccd his foot , Just as It happened to the greaser. And that man , too , the same as this man here , swelled up , showed all thu symptoms ot snake poisoning and died. This man we'll save You , Jock , have practically saved him , by keeping him moving and counteracting the poison bj the brandy. Look at the man , Isn't ho nnako poisoned ' " "Hy all that's blue , ho looks it , " Jock ad mitted. "And all the hurt bo's got , the phjslcal hint , Is just the pin prick of that thorn The lest's all mental all the swelling , thu aurchaiglng of the vessels , mental Now , tell me , how do you think that man would be , but for his inoibld mental Btatc , with all that brandy tint you've given him ? " "Dead , I suppose " "You're right , dead ; ns Head as you or I would bo If we set to drink the same Jiibt now. But he , he'a hardly drunk , lie'n so ber. And he's better now , heart acting better , " Ho bent and listened to its beatIng - Ing as he spukn. "You'vo Et'cn a strange thlfig tonight , gentlemen , " he added , rising again , and addressing ua collectively ; "such a thing as neither you nor I are likely ever to bee again And I'll tell you another thing about li , gentlemen , It's a thing tlmt you won't find you get a deal of credence for when > ou como to tell It to the I > O > H There's a fashion In this world for im-n to believe they know thu way things happen , nnd the thing that happens In a way they don't know they put aside as a thing that The highest claim for other L tobaccos is "Just as good as Durham. " Every old smoker knows there is none just as good as " t -f You will find one counon inside each two ounce bag , ana two coupons pens inside each four ounce bagof Blackwell's Durham. Huy a bag of this cele- . bratcd tobacco nnd read the J coupon which gives u list of valuable presents and hovr H to get them. didn't happen. So. of IhK" Iho doclo added simply , "I should only apeak , a : Among gentlemen , with n hand on the plsto pocket nl the hip , " After a while the awful distortion o Loulo's face began to po down. "You CAI almost nee It settling Ilka a batter pudding. ' as Jim Kclljr said ; and the tearful purpli tinge died out of It. Ills heart was beatlni naturally again , nnd the doctor said wi might let him go ( o Bleep. In the morning ho mas dlnicult to rouse , a he might he after s ° heavy n night , but tin doctor Bald he would do right enough If vv < ga\o him rest for a day or two And so hi did. though his ncrvo was so shiken thit < v < had to send him bick to the plain agiln where there arc no rattlesnake * . It np penrpil later that Loulo had eherlshed i mnrbld dread of snakes for n long while , cvei since ho had had n hand In thn killing o ono six feet long down In the Republic o Mexico : though after a eouplo of > eaM ot the ranch , ho had almost forgotten thn thcro vverf such things A man that li ncrvoin about snakes should never go bare foot In the hill' "It only shows what I told jou , " Joel I'ctiTi commcntod "Strychnine Is th ( thing for gnake bite , because It Is such i nerve tonic If a n.an could mnko bellev < he had not been bitten ho need no\cr dlo o smko blto. If over I'm bitten t sliall make bclloMj It vva a cactus spine. " This Is a true story , although It's such t good one. If any one doubts It , ho can set the thorn orncmis COMIMM.I.HIJ TO HKTIIKAI Ulclinrilxiiii ( 'mint ) I'artinT AVIio AVni llrnil > fur ItitriulorM , One day last week Deputy He\onuo Col' lector T 13 1'arkcr formed the lilea thnl Henry Jordan , a Rliihardson county farmer was operating an Illicit still on his prem ises Jordan had been manufacturing ami selling root beer , but the revenue officers did not bellove he stopped nt tint , so aboul midnight they made a raid on his place Jordan had frequently been disturbed bj mtilnlght revellers and without stopping tc ask any questions as to who his visitors wcro armed himself , hli hired man anil carpenter , who was working on the place and proceeded to convince Parker that he did not want to come In Parker was not hard to convince and speedily left foi Onuha Warrants were secured for the trio on the charge ot operating an Illicit still and also with resisting an officer. The first charge wai dismissed by the examining magistrate , but the carpenter and Jordan were held on the charge ot resisting an officer. liill > Hecortl of Oolil Mnmrtt < N. SOUTHAMPTON' , Sept. 19. The American line steamship St. Paul , which sailed foi Now York today , takes ? 100.000 In gold. NEW YORK , Sept. 13. Lazard-Frcres have deposited at the subtrcasury $1.7BOOOC In gold , and Mullcr , Sthall & Co. ? 250OOC for exportation. The Canadian Hank of Commerce today received $100,000 In gold from Canada. BIJUCATtlNAI MITCH. The marquis of Bute has given $50,000 to the University of South Wales for technical education. General Harrison , having refused the piesldency of the now University ot Indi anapolis , the trustees nro considering the names of William Dudley Foulke. Dr. John formerly of Do Pauw university , and John Marie Coulter , recently of Lake Forest uni versity. Miss Jane Harrison , the English woman v.ho Is said to be the first woman to have received the degree ot LL D , honoris causa , has broken another record In being elected a member of the Archacloglcal society of Horlln , In splto ot strenuous opposition to the Innovation. Prof. Nathaniel Schmidt , who has been appointed to 1111 the chair of Semitic lan guages at Cornell university , was born In Sweden , of German parents , and educated In Stockholm , Ilerlln and New York. He Is familiar with the Ethiopian , Assyrian , Ara blc and many other languages. The recent death of Prof. Whitney leavca Prof. Child the oldest Instructor In active service at Harvard. Although ho began hh | ) iofesalon as teacher In the capacity ot In struotor In mathemitlcs. Plot. Child Is now renowned the world over for his Investlga tlons Into the ballad literature of England and for his Anglo-Saxon and dialled Ian studies. Curator S. Ward Lopcr of the Wcsleyan museum , Mlddletown , Conn , has sent on over forty eases of mound builders' rollta from Chattarooga. which have been donated to the museum , besides a number of casca of relics and fossils which he excavated himself. When all are arranged In the cabltiets Wesleyan will have the finest col lection of Indian relics of any college In the country. Dr. S. A. Lattlmoro of the department or chemUtrj In the University of Kocbestei will bo acting president until a president Is secured. Prof. Wheeler of Cornell univer sity has been elected , but has not yet signi fied his acceptance. Ho has bc < n at the. American school at Athens , Greece , for some tlmi > , hut will airhu In this city on the IGth Inst A committee of the trustee. ) will then meet him to learn his decision. The recent school census ot Chicago shows that tbo population of that city la made up of 332,883 people * born In America of American parents , 645,029 born In Amer ica of foreign parents , 40,7-10 born In AJUT lea one parent being American , and 580,021 born In foreign lands The German cle ment numbers 421,537 , and of these 103,487 were not born In the United States. Ireland comes next w Ith 22Gfi36 , of whom 95.C7C wcro born abroad The total of Swedes U 100,022 , slightly moro than half of whom wcro not born In this country Poland ton tributes 87,450 , IJohemla 80,014 , England "iC.SBS , Non-35 45,780. Scotland 35,213 , Can ada 3X010 , Russia 28352 , Italy 22.14G , with the rest "scattering , " led by the Trench , Danish and Hollundlsh at about 20,000 each Dr Edward Hitchcock , who Is to bo re lieved of a part of his work In the depart ment of pbjalcal education at Amherst , will still remain at the head of the department His long connection with the physical de partment at Amherst has causal him to he fondly remembered by mom of the students than any other member ot the faculty. His genial nature and cordial sympathy with voung men have endeared him to all , and alumni returning to the college always call on "Old Doc" and renew the old acquaint ance Ills has been a familiar figure at the various athletic meets In which Amherst students have competed and the recollection ot his venerable form at the head of trl umphal pi occasions Is held In vivid remcm- branco by many. Prof. I3asll L. GlldcTsleevo of Johns Hop kins unlvcislty has just returned home after a tour tluaugh Greece. "I found , " he says , "that with tny knowledge of ancient CJicek It was no trouble for mo to read the new is- papers and the signs along the streets , but the case v\as different with regard to the spoken language , which Is also the language of poetry. Two Influences are actively at work with the language now , one uccKlng to aithaUo It , to get back to the ( Kianio. while the other denlres to substitute the modern colloquial form for the older tongue At Corinth I saw the beginning of the oxiiloidtlonst made there by the American School ot Classical Studies , and at Utlphl I examined with Intercut the excavations of the French school Mycenae , Aigou , Olympla , Deles , Aeglna , Marathon , Ther mopylae , Troy , Sparta aril many other points were visited , mainly under tin ; guld nice of Prof Doerpfold , director of thu German Archaeological school at Athens , who will probably tome to Daltlniure noun to lecture at the university " The Indiana State Douid of Health has caught the microbe fever and has Issued a set of rules to govern the public and irlvatd schools which will. If enforced , turn : ho schools topsy-turvy If the rules oarry .he schools will furnish every day a beau tiful example of thu modern theory ot anti septics Under them the * slate and slate pencil of yore will go Instead must be used taper pails and lead pencils Pencils am ] lens and desks must bo disinfected every lay. The floors , windows and woodwork of the schools must be scrubbed with < ll - nfectanti each day. Hanlstirs und tops of ables must be treated with a disinfectant once a .neek. No unwashed boy or girl mist bo admitted. Open water buckets for drinking are forbidden The water must be drawn from a faucet and a small cup used A general anathema la mouounied against all children who "whoop" or otherwise cough , who have sore mouth * , or who ex- ilblt cutaneous evidence of disease. The nulon ot the board lias created u acnsa. Ion in school circles. It In not believed the oidtra will bo obeyed. Men Who Rose to National Eminence from the Operator's Key , VARIOUS DUTIES IN THE OLD DAYS of Some > otnli1 \Vl.o Kim tlir simp nnil Slilniioil li PollTrU'U * ( > ( ( lie ll < ) ft. Promiscuous nnd numerous were iho du ties ptrfoimcd by the old-time predecessors of telegrapher of today. Half a cen tury ngo. toys the New York Times , the knight ot the key was not only the mvs- trrloua man who could carr ) on A conversa tion with another hundreds of nillcs away , but he wi3 the useful man vvho could sweep out his own otllce , build his own lire , clesu his nwn battery , am } mend the breaks In his llne > for 100 mllis each way from hla sta tion. Shinning up a telegraph polo to ro- palr a broken wire U no longer the woik of the telegraphers of this age , who alwai look forward to the annual conventions ot the Old Time Telegraphers' acsoclatlon with expectancy. Thcso conventions this year's was the sixteenth nro alwajs bound to brln , ? out Interesting stories of experiences ot telegraphers In the early history ot tlio discovery. Thcio was a Joint convention of telegra phers this > ear , for the Old Time Telegra phers' association and the United Statci Military Telegraph corps Joined hands , and at I'lttsburg , 1'a. , Wednesday , Thurs day and Friday , September 2 , 3 and 1 , united In their business and social affairs Telegraphers nnd cx-telcgraplicrs from nil parts of the country were prckcnt at this three days' reunion Members ot the two aesoclitlons are scattered In different states , from Maine to California , and the convention was the largest meeting of tcl > g- raphers ever held A. number of prominent men who at om > tlmo In llfo practiced telegraphy , but who made millions In other professions and In business , were present at the reunion Ono of Iho most Interesting men present was James I ) Held , United States consul at Dun- fermllno , who was the llrst superintendent of the flrst commercial telegraph line In the world , and an Intimate friend of I'ror. Morao It was Mr Held vvho first gave An drew Cnriieglo n start In life , when ho om- plovnd him as a messenger In the I'lttshurg ofllco of the line of which ho was superin tendent and operator. Mr Held Is known among the telegraphers ns the patriarch ot the key In 1883 Mr Carnegie secured the appointment of Mr Held to the consulship at Dunfermllne , where Mr. Carnegie was born Mr. Carncglo tells an Interesting storv of how ho came to be emplojod by Mr. Held. Held.CAHNKGIR CAHNKGIR AT THC KHY. "I obtained a situation as messenger boy in the telegraph olllco at Plttsburg when I was 14 yeara old , " says Mr. Carnegie "This was a transfer from darkness to light , from the desert to paradise , for hero i entered a new world , nmlil books , newspapers , pen cils , pens and Ink and writing pads , and a clean ofllce , bright windows and a literary atmosphere ; I was the happiest boy alive. Reallj , after this change there seemed lit tle left to be desired , for what moro docs ono want In life ? And , Indeed , what moro can ono get that Is ot much consequence ? "My only dread was that some day I would be dismissed because. I did not know the city , for It Is necessary , as you can well understand , that a messenger boy should know all the llrms and addresses of men who are In the habit of receiving telegrams , and I was a strange boy In IMttsbnrg and did not know any. I made up my mind I should be able to repeat successfully eh'cli business house In the principal streets , and I was soon able to shut my eyes and begin at one side ot Wood street and call every firm successively to the top , then pass to the. other side and call every "firm to the bottom , and I was Dually able to do Ibis with the business streets generally. My mind was then at rest upon that point , but there was another task that was even harder because It had never been a trouble for mete to memorize. SHINNING THE POLKS. "In those days when the telegraph * line broke the 'operator' bad to start In a buggy to repair It , for the line was along the high way , nnd ho usually took one of the boys with him , who might have to climb a pole. I was alwajs a poor climber , but fearlilg that some day I might be called upon to climb , I took ev'cry opportunity to prac tice , but I am sorry to say I was In this a total failure. I was never able to get to the top of a telegraph pole , and this provoked me greatly , because some of the other boys could. However , my usual good fortune attended me. I escaped being called upon and my deficiency In this icspcct was never known to the mnuageis. "Of course , every ambitious messenger boy wants to become an 'operator , ' nnd be fore the 'operators' arrived In the morning the boys blippcd to the Instrument and practiced. This I did , and I was soon able to talk to the bojs In the other odlces along the line , who were also practicing One morning I beard Philadelphia calfijig I'ltja- burg and giving the signal 'death message. ' Great attention was then paid to 'death messages,1 and I thought I ought to try to take this ono I answei ed and received It , and went aK and delivered It before the operator came. After that the opotatora sometlmcH used to ask me to work for them. "Having a sensitive ear for Bound , I soon learned to take message by the car , which was then very uncommon. I think only two poisons In thu United States could then do It. Tli la brought mo Into notice , and finally. I became an opciator , and icculvcd the to mo enormous recompense of $ J5 per month. This was a fortune , the very sum I had fixed when I was a factory woikcr au the fortune I wlohed to possesu. " so.\m OK THI : NOTAULUS. Hlilrldgo T Geiry Is u piactlcal teleg rapher George Gould In nn expert at the key , and Kdwln Gould Is a very fair op erator Ex-Governor Aloii7i > n Coinell I * an old time telcgiaphcr ami a member of the Old rimu Telegrapher * ] ' association. John U. Van Wanner , Bccrotaiy of the Union League club. Is an experienced toleg- uipher ix-Siipei-ntenilent | uf Police Campbell - boll of Diooklyn con aeci-pt a position If ho chooses In uny telegraph operating loom. Kx-Govormn Hullock ot Georgia Is an op erator Cornelius Vamlcrbilt is suld to bu able to ai'ml and reLuiva a wuicsagij by Anthony W Dlmock , who at ono. tlmo owned thu Hankers and Met chants' Tele graph company. Is onu of the inojt expert tolegiuphcrs In the country Mr. Dlmock It ) known as tlio first Napoleon ot W.ill nticct , ho having bcun at ono time t a heaviest opeialor In thu street Ho la wtll | In active huUnuiui lift * and lu often iimliidcd of the value of telegraph ) It was Mi , Dlmock who pcrpt trateil a famoiiH Joke pa a party of notnblei at a. social gathering at vYaahlngtoit some yonrs ago A tent uns snggC'stc'd by the belli'veiu In tbo power of mind over matter A man wan sent nut of ihn mom and a ituhjcct for th < > teat wan decided on Ho was to bo adked on liU re turn to tell what his fcU'llngs were , the au- illenco having dccldcd on u quotation from thu scripture , Mr. Dlmock , on the return of the sub ject. suggested that all thosci present elgpp hands to complete the thought runout. Mr , Dlmoik held ono of the .subJi'iU'K linndd. Ilia subject slowly upoke nu.t and men tioned tbo uxict quotation from the scilp- : uro which bad been dicldcd on for the tent. The audlcnco became absolute ! ) certain of the BiitceBs ot lh tebt , for It was quite well known that the subject had not nail a blblu for years. It no happened , though , he , wtm a tc'lcgruph operator , and when Mi Pliuoclc grasped his hand ho ticked off on tils palm the serret text from the ecrlpture , the sub ject IK Ing enabled to r < iad It ai easily it though It were printed out on n Mrun black- joard. _ Va I mi III Nni'ltM of Unlil Stolen , DJNVnit , Sept 29. A upecln ) to the Nowa from Tcllnrlde , Cole , wa > sLHHI night nine 100-pound Hack * ot oM or , valued at PQ.OOO were Htolc-n from tlio powdc-r maKa- zlnu of the Tom ! > oy mine , whtro It Fiati been temporarily placed. The whole system li drainM and unlor- mined by Indolent ulcers and open * oie . Uevvltt'a Witch Hazel Salvo speedily heal' them. It li the belt pl ! cure known.