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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
May .5 1S9
Bj PIEBBE VI7ANT.
Augustus Fitz Clarence Boobie waa
yoarg gentleman of exceedingly gooo
mtU. at least ai far a the outward
Ban waa concerned, who had recent
ly arrired In the little village of M
with the avowed design of establishing
fclmaclf in the practice of the law. He
bad taken an cilice opon the mala are
aa of the town and over the door had
eaaaed to be placed a very showy sign
bearing on field azure hie cognomen
la golden lettera, appended to which
waa the nana! legal addition of "Attor
aer and Counselor at Law.
No unmet waa be fairly installed in
hit now headquartera than be com
nencod the study of the law, lLo ladies
nd love, of which, however, the last
two were destined to receive by far bla
c reatest attention.
A more absolute devotee ut the shrine
of fashion never trlpKra Broadway,
Not a mere fop waa be, but the concern
trated qnlntessenca of dandyism, be
Jeweled, becented and bedecked in the
very latent atyle that foreign importa-
nona bad developed.
Daily be promenaded the pave of the
little street, to the envy of the village
beaux, who stared with jealous glance
JDatty he pntinrnnitni the pare of the
tu be aauntered gracefully along, twb I
fng bia mustache and ruttan with fin
mil of aelf evident auperiority and the
moat aiiprorne contempt and indifftr
enoe to all their operations,
It la proper here to bo stated that Ms
tailor bad never as yet received an eqtii v
lent for the magnificent auit of Fruxii
broadcloth, Uenoa velvet and Turk 'a
atin that enveloped bia elegant person,
bat of what consequence wns that fact
to bim, ao long aa the auit retained it
priatlno elegance and bia tailor remained
Ignorant of hi wherealnrnta?
'WaaBolotilun in oil bin glory an ayed
like" Augustus Fita Clarence Hoobie?
Could that aitjdent monarch have risen
to behold this uniijno spec Ime n of hu
manity bo would dotilitleaa have hurried
back to hia long repooo heartily ashamed
f the shabby appearance of bia own ob
Time passed on, and our hero bad in
gratiuted himself in tho good opinions
of many of tho wealthiest families of
M , with whom ho waa a general
favoriteIn fact, quite the rage and
there wua much strife aa to who should
make a conquest of tbia "love of a
He was auch n nice, genteel, moral
young man at leaHt "so everybody
aaid," and surely ''everybody" ought
Aa regularly us the Sahlmth morning
dawned and the little bell had censed
tolling Augustus, prayer book in hand,
aauntered gracefully up the aisle to hid
pew, und devoutly bending his head
upon his perfumed cambric handker
chief offered at least ao people im
agined a silent prayer, and then, atter
finding tho service for the day, in a
clearly audiblo tone be made the re
eponaea very reverently and paid the
most profound attention to the worthy
paster'e discourse, "even unto the-end
Many stolen ghmrea wero directed to
ward bun from nil pans of the little
church. The chorister stin; bis loud
est, and the lady nienilr of the choir
evinced a perceptible eoiist'timsms of
bia presence within the tacred walls.
Acd whin the "f.aty ti'My" of the
good dominie wa ended, the but slraiii
of the hymn In dud away and the
' benediction bad tm pioiu unct d, what
m Jostling and huuj lug down the g.il- j
lory statu to obtain a glimpse t.r our
hero or prtiatti htumrtd a nw from
hla lordship: Thrice happy tu young
lady whom be eoiid" viiuli d to set out
peny hoiimwnrd, and Imw tunny
thoughts WMmlervd to bim lnt.d
boiler object in that no ti-d ibivt
Hi pri it in thu vtllngu b,id a ti nd
mey to iriebr wlty unusually gay,
and iiisny I alt and p.itti. wn gh n
i;irsly lit honor f htm, llu wa
tttl by (ho joiiHK belli, p (ltd by Uuir
luduii H loaiumss, tl.ipid u(Mt ilt
back familiarly by tl.tr pp4 - In
holt, tit limt.tti. n to r. U i.t, din
m r end t4 . tuum tti timi tt
waa i wdnily ,hffl. wit f.-r bint to c
wpt them alb It would It4t t.n no
tty aiifptUii.rf iilt Ul a i.it nh
fa n.oi aie !e allow am n if Inlet
under uh In 'tiiustanct Uu vi iii.
tli-ly Itwlldend and gilty .f qtil
tn lli rt tin.
It W4 It." )oMII lliell elolta wliM
thoi,ll hi"'. Tbey is bU utt
Ibe "bead and (tout l hi offniluig
bad Ho l it. itt, no more," He , a
they ttusiiod, liui leg lue pbi Ibry
iii fitrmt;r!y ccvnphd. In th gol
iaH)of the upsiie -s4 blle lhy
wort now huuat fuioltnt f at Iwut
treated with the utmost tndifferenoo by
bia devoted followers.
Among their ranka, however, no
"bright particular atar" had aa yet aris
en npon bia mental vision. No fair one
bad made any Indelible impression npon
bla apparently susceptible heart. No
gracea of form, feature, mind, or, last,
though far from least, fortune had served
to touch Its tender chorda, "He wan
dered in maiden meditation, fancy
free." His stock of knowldge wat I'm
ited to s familiarity with the current
goasipof the day, a superficial acquaint
ance with all the latest and moat trashy
novela in yellow cover, and a tolerably
good memory enabled bim to quote from
Byron and Moore to jtiat that extent
which gave the lackadaisical young
ladiea of M a most exalted idea of bis
conversational powers. Charming Au
gustus, thou wert all that sentimental
schoolgirl coold picture or scheming
mamma could conceive of as the bean
ideal, not to say beau real, of romantic
perfection. Those were thy bulcyon
Eyts looked love to eyps, which spok sgsln,
And sll wont intirry m a marrlsgs boll,
liutliusht Hark I
Among the village bejlea waa one
who was prp-emlnent for beauty, wit
and the thoTraand little accomplishmenta
which serve to make woman more love
ly and to win them the attentions of the
Kate Lincoln waa a bora beauty
none or your die away fairies pale,
hectic, consumptive looking creatures,
whose chief ambition ia to be thought
in an interesting decline nor, on the
other hand, was she one of thoso bounc
Jng country girls of the milkmaid order,
who , .
Wslk in the morning
And sr shod like niDuntslrissrs,
but a refined and perfect lady in every
respect. Bright and beautiful waa aha
nd justly admired by the whole circle
of society in which she moved, fthe was
t genuine lover of fun, provided it did
not border on rudeness, and her repar
tees were provorbial for the delicacy of
their satire, which thu most fastidioua
could not construe into anything over
stepping the hounds of strictert cour
teay, Bhe waa envied by not ft few for
ber many personal attractions and yet
beloved by all. Her natural warm
heattedness won ber sincere friends
among all classes, and while ber dignity
of character always commanded respect
there waa nothing forbidding in ber
manner, but a certain indescribable
something which always made you feel
at your ease in her presence.
Of course Augustus in bis triumphal
progress waa brought in contact with
the fair Kate, and after having obtained
an introduction waa completely under
the spell of ber influence.
Rumor bad previously whispered to
bim that sho wua the faeiresa of all bei
father's wealth, and it required little
forethought on bia part to decide that
abe waa at least worth an effort of at
tainment. Not capable of keeping bis
ntentions a aecret to himself, be confid
ed them to a'frieud of Kate's, who per
ceiving at once the object of hla designs
communicated the fact to ber, Katu
waa no mean reader of buman nature,
and no very deep scrutiny waa necessary
on iier part to ascertain the depths of
our hero's Intellect. Hlio discovered that
be was a hypocrite aa far aa ho knew
how to be, unprincipled and by no
means aa sapient ua many people of ac
knowledged discernment imagined bim.
Ilia foppery, his senseless chitchat and
above ull his unbounded prida disgusted
her, and sho resolvod to bring down the
But how could she effect tho desired
humiliation without compromising tho
dignity of her character us a lady? A
plan soon suggested itself. For tho sue
ceasful furtherance of itsho accepted his
attentions with tlje utmost grace at ev
ery party where both were present,
danced, waltzed and conversed with
him upon every festive occasion, to tho
great surprise und some littlo envy on
the part of the feminine portion of the
community, to say nothing of tho indig
nant looks and speechea of tho beaux.
I ho gossips decided that it was a most
reprebeiiHive case of flirtation and a
downright infringement of tho luws of
propriety, of which the fair Kuto ought
to l heaitily ashamed, and thny even
deputed n committee to wait upon the
good natured judge, her father, to re-
port tho "disgraceful eouduet of his
daughter, " But then they only received
their trouble lor their pains, inasmuch
as the indue uuvo them to understand
that Kato was but exercising the pre
rogative of her sex und intimated that
thu institution of a homo mission would
appear lur ha quixotic than this volun
tary and unsolicited Interference with
the affair of other.
l'or, liicoiikWtcut women! They never
ailed to mind thu undent fuhh of the
fox und the uiiuttntnable fruit of thu
ine, never reflected bow tiuich it would
havi) ministers! tu their vunhy could
tin ir Killie and Nancy Jam a have la-en
the happy n-cliibnt of Atiutitii' Mat.
tciiug Btti'iitionw. But noaui li good for.
Iiiiot awaited them. Kate, und Kate
only, wa llieihom ii oljn tof Angus
til' loipvlUt J led I bet Ion,
ludkcd by thte nattering indication
i t iM ii M to l lii ve lloil h should I II
counter li t i'UUck to hi suit, be oit
i nine u fniju. nl vuitor at ber father'
hue id fevelud with distill-gnt-lo-
J ei nit !naii n ly ll
Imi w tu the wnl and ned bis In
(Ml tunillie t i at Kate tit the ac
eo . I iui,iin lit of b r bin.
Ilo pi, nd laiU h Ih tid and
j-b m -ni l ws enlrenoly iul
Ken.luig siid i.lile llml AOfc'ftun, slut
conidi i tin mmuiiimt most f.
!! h t -i tti fuil.i Mine of bla eutl,
't bdiloir lnlllloii with delight
and tnt.ivd ie toth apliilof Uteitt with
T lua land id U A lt vU th
MWmurt I'Uio loaU t en. U, (of mi
'iw fur tho round trip f hI 11 day
Call on l t.ll bin U, C, V. Ik T, A. It0l
0 itrtal Liaoula, Nab,
LJ I lb r Uiib&Q
No. io7ni.iik niirioM.
Fill each two consecutive blank with
word that rhyme. This is a good exercise
There Is stretch of aJlver ,
That nightly in ihs t doth
Like vime untroubled, radisut ,
Upon wbo bosom
The tinted cloiidfwsre rise snd ,'
Otiedicnt to the we! wind' ,
Across this ocean, eonset ,
A tiny cmft doth lightly ,
L'nstsld by rock or reef or ,
A nd piloted by one pal
It slips the rosy ripple ,
Light freighted with fairy .
R S P
The KtruM-nn Kln.
When the clever boy has read the above
t a glance and ha twitted bis sister for
not having found it out yet, hu may amue
himself hyglvlngtlie names of the nine and
the title of the work quoted.
tin. 10f,-('roword Knlgmu.
In inanition, not In hul;
i In open, not in shut;
In river, not In lake;
In giving, not In take;
In looking, not In stare;
In frighten, not in scare;
In pulpit, not in pew;
In boiling, not in stew;
In lumlx-r, not In board;
In nobler, not In lord.
And my whole will appear
In the fourth mouth of the year.
tin, 110. Rhomboid.
Across: 1, A moving power. 'I. One who
preserves. 3, Kudden fright without good
cause. 4. According to law. S, A vehicle.
Down; 1. A letter. 2. A bone. 3. To
pierce, 4, Elliptical, 5. To make new, 6.
A seaport city of Russia, 7, A keg. 8, An
exclamation. (I, A letter.
Across: . A klndof duck, S, Preserves,
8, To decline. 4, Regulations, 6. A gum.
Down; 1, A letter. 2. A verb. 8. A par
ent. 4. Always, 5, To resort, 6. Demand.
7. Affirmation, 8, A musical note. 9. A
o, i 1 1 .- Proverb Making,
From the letter contained In the follow
ing words form a proverb which counsels
prompt and ready actions
Hotel. Hblre. Worth.
Kite. Is. Jn.
tin. 1 1 Double A croftl le.
My primal nameMdislliiaulshcd author
and my finals a historic town.
Crosswords; 1. Moral. 2. A maxim. 8.
Consumed. 4. Anything preserved in re
membrance. 5, A nickname often given to
a young colored man. 0. A carnivorous
animal. 7. One of a race that bos no fixed
A warrior bold of wotldwHe fame,
Was "T. Altal"-
A heathen king who won a nam
Known as '
"The Scourge of God" through-
In memory he will live no doubt
For years to eoine.
Armed with the Rcythlan war god's sword.
Ho feared no foe.
Where'er he led hi savage horde
Were grief anil woe.
He died upon hi wedding day,
Thl warrior bold.
In regal slate lit body lay
Ciifllnml ill gold.
J 4. Anagramo,
Names of animals: 1, Shore. 2. Sale. 3,
Reed. 4. linwe. 5. Do rouse M. tt. I roll.
Adam. 7. Hear. 8, In tram. 9. I, too.
rest. 10. Pale cot. 11. Then rap. 12. Pale
rod. 13. Hun law. 11, Toast.. 1!. Hales.
Id. Fowl. 17. Much in one. 18, Then leap,
19. Clap me, Dora. 20. A lone Del.
f.reut I'll ia For I'uz.lern,
Now, Ikjs and girls, hern Is trri'ut fun.
(Set a crowd together, appoint an umpire
to decide on pronunciation (with tho hcli;
of the dictionary) und offer a pri.o for tho
one who can pronounce all thexo words
without a. inlMuke:
'A sruHlegious son of Itelinl who has
sufTered from broiichKls, having exhaust
ed his llnaiices, in order to uuiku gssl tint
deficit resolved toiolj bluimilf to iidnrly,
lenient mid il's:llu ooiigbiuyof tbo Ma
lay or 1'muaslun rue. Ho accordingly
pundiuxH a ciillloiHi mid coral necklace of
achameliHin hue, and in securing a suit of
risiiiii nt. a principal hotel he engaged the
head waiter u Id rontljutor.
'He thciul Input died u letter of thu moot
exceptional callgrnpliy extant inviting
tho young lady tu a matinee, hhe revoluil
at the Idea, n fum'd to consider herwdf sue-
rlllculilo to Id dchln-s and sent n jkiIIui
nolo of refusal, on g iving wbli It bo pro
cured n citrliliio und howlo knife, wild tlmt
he would not now forgo ft tt r hyuieueid
With the queen, Went lo all U'l itcd HJHit,
scvcn d bis jugular Vi lli and di 'barged
the (HuiteiiU of lliecnrtilne into Ms nUlo
men. The debris was Mimved by thu oor
ulter "Ht liiiligo.
kry tu t'mili r.
S'a I (xi. Trnioiiloui Wamaw, A run.
1 1 lo iiiv WUklow. Iuv.-nn- t'rirlui.
Nil, U.- k-hrdrl WvinUj Hriuk, rink,
Ink. I'li4tr, bitir, Mir
Nu. tUfJ.-Huld.il rov.rb: b "llslf a
butt I Uiur IIihu o bund " "Kutptv
U iiik lb riii',t stiiiiid." 3,
"ritrik lb iron hii It t but." 1 "Vou
cuioeit itiHkallk puroeef asoH"er."
No, U"l, - lliUUt limine:
l,'iui r 4 l.uii.w. at It, J vu.lt ariit Miund
Vtat ,Mili ul l UU.! ,irIOC bet
Ni. H IttimirUd (Vntral Acrostiet
tViiimS, Au'wv, CrttatKurtlsi I. cliAlti.
I. IttN't.: a llrfiu. 4. CAiit. , imit'w,
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till, mhmK Ui.yir I U
ted - (UtirpbU Anritui (lull
vf Mam, AiUuuu mii, Nonb e, U
iit, lH ta AiiMw n, Mdii
rUMOi M', 'ili hh, null )( Hellllll,
UMU mf, Aluo-ll tktl, t"iiS4ell Ml,
rijowitef u'f, H irtiwui Imj, Iviite AltM-rt
mud, linlinx iirti, Uy "I Kuiidjr, Anil
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VUuw. IUliHi.4it,ut,lliiii I Uy, Mwi
Urry bay, trl id Knr, OitaloW bay,
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J. W. Castor, Emerald. Neb.
J. P. House, Alvo, Neb.
J, h. Ileruance, Kaytuond, Neb.
A, Or"nTnyer, C'heenev, Neb.
ll. it. jibvih. rtyrucuse, neo.
J A, Kloren. Goe liner, Neb.
.1. A. Ilarr, York. Neb.
W.J. liildretb, Exeter, Neb.
N. . Uyatt, President, eb.
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SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
v(Agents Wanted for the
few minutes' attention s day
will keep it ruonlfJi, Mwl
economical: Kuaran feed cost ol
running Is one cent per borse
power per hour. Address,
No, 4t,lSouihweHt Boulevard'
Wefair Gas &, Gasoline Engine Co., Kansas
I have a lot of excellent good
mare, com rercneron ana
wwii. auu raining,
I iuu. .ft d . I
tt", -ri W t'-asi ..'"I laws' "horse show" ot
f 5 Till !-.-f- tie air of 11,"hiiow
t "' ; " jf"IS!"AiVrll " v ' i u,n nA won evnTy nr
.ffWlr M.'lTi - (hurrlnK one). 45 out of
- Z,.i '.V Li l ! i , - two silver medals 0
ipqrw r'r , ,. , ? A Juf' j or ii Kito" draft horses
a . r,-'M-m: ... . .-i).MMt.-e'Vi,'j. iv uo in caso. it ous
More State Prize Winners
lams' "select 400" stirred un the animals
rs ft horses- and no men's horse barred ai.d
colt, shown at World's Kalr lams In the oniv
In iinut three years, at d lartcuHtuf Clyde and
nuueu to me name ot
SWEEPSTAKES STUD S
lams guarantees to how you the Inreest
All of them are "apprved"aud stamtwd" by th Kumiiean (?overnmnt and came !a ''duty
free '" That saves buyer 30 nr cent and Insnri-M him a llrst clan borne of xlit bukh breedlnv.
No S to 5 year ouls Iphm than l(KS) toa.ioo ibs. TKItM" I, 2 or 8 yearn' time at 5 per cent luu-ri-il
with ii) to 6U er cent of a breeding Kuarautee and lams pays the freight
No reasonable price refused for Winners in '94
P'lrkt rl.mK f MvrlpH. Shlree und tlurk ifrav
my horsed mim be sold. No pets
MT hor woo vnor hoaor than aay Importer' la Amrlo at th followjsj ftii lo
B?.T,Tulr. re. Mole.; Nbr..a fcui Pair. Mneo In: aa.
6rt premium nt weertakes over all.
, t luutraat aud lotm time tfliilt the t rout
on mil dlstaat.
New importatlsu Juet received.
IMfORTBR AND DEALER
r,(Sr Cleveland Bay Stallions.
oilolted. b table ta Iowa.
V Ik l Iffl m l
Hftt4tt4Ai - A. Inl (T4
f.. b'tk't If t
Mj 4t l''H4 i W It..
.U t!ll I f 4 UIH
r tl it I I .
. t'feftb. Nav r t.4 I
The Wealth Makers
GlOROS 8. Beown,
South Oiaha, Neb.
(SfBefor (hipping aak u for oondltloa at
Market and Price.
A. GressaM ter. Trea.
246 South: f th Street,
k.jrGOU.r, ff EB.
Correspondence solicited from all jersons
lntertt-WKl la mutual Insurance.
jieu fuuy nmwi m m urn
Kimball Pianos and Ornanww
Jr,y Omaha, Neb.
because the most simple.
FOR SALE I omwILraffiawM'000
pur bred (records) stallloa
F.ncltsh elblr. Also lniMrted
American bred Shetland Ponies. This stoek 1 of our own lmnoMs
mal or all, a the entire stock must b disposed of. Por a list
dwKjripilon addrM, A. L. SULLIVAN.
oimu, nsaiiuT auu an naoi. n will Mil OB
Th Importlsf Draft Hotm Ooapany.
IMPORTER AND BREEDER
100 Black Percheron,
French Draft, Clydes,
Shires and toilers.
,10 horses at Nebraska
cd UUUrr liUciillfcll-
flrnf. t'W,e competed for
60 Imi and and prlwit.
ftl cah for"llKHT SHOW
,slx swiseiistakes prlx.es
Than All Importers of Nebraska
and wen the 1200 00 prize for ''Kent show
over kvkhv Nebraska draft stalllio tu:
real live importer of French home s from 1
hblres: unit be is tbe only mau in NeliniHlit
collection of llrst cUss draft horsits in Nebraska
lend tlnin blarlt Pereherons. All
tit. llunl lan II 1, U ...,! rT U Ifn'a
St. Paul, fs'eb.
WILSOU, Creston, Iowa.
SUlre, Belglai ud Coici Bor?
Kor siilnly flrst-tlae lmeort4 hrM low
City rrm, Ore. WO, low. Tliaoa to farm
English Shlro. Percheron, Belgian,
Coach, Yorkshire, Coach and
to rponlbl parlln. Corroipond
WROUCHTON, HllnK, N.b.
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' 4 St ..nl..i...,.r,4,n.
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II m .- , . ...
lw " " 11 1 m7i
SSI PER YEAR.
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