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MURDER IN SIOUX COUNTY.
One Negro Kills Another at Govern
ment Camp and Makes His Escape.
Goring, Nob., Match 5. Jess Murrj
wns Bhot with Intul results by luud
Hubbard nt HcH'b camp on tho govern
jiiont ditcb In Sioux county. Thuro
lmil beon Koino trouble bctwoon the
parties, who uro nil colored. Murry
wna shot through tho lunga nnd wua
brought to Scott's Muff, whore he
died. Coroner Wolt held nn lnquoHl
nnd a verdict of murder was returned.
Tho negro who did tho killing nppcurs
to have dono It deliberately and with
out any accompaniment of boozo oi
other excuse. Ho went to Scott's
Uliiff In tho night and changed hi
clothing and has not been seen since
LINCOLN KEEPS HOSPITAL.
Orthopedic Institution Remains al
Capital After Warm Debate.
Lincoln, March 5. The Orthopodk
hospital will remain in Lincoln, tha
house having Indefinitely postponed
tho Dodge bill to remove It to Omaha
The uclion of tho house came uftoi
a general debate, In which some of the
members, especially McMullen ol
Gage, went alter the Douglas delega
tion with considerable heat.
The somite passed a resolution In
structing the btato railroad commis
sion to Investigate tho lrolght cai
shortage. The commission Is empow
ered to compel tho nttonduuco or wit
nesses and tho production or papers.
Tho house Indellnltely postponed the
bill limiting to eight bours tho work
ing day or railroad telegraphers ami
BASSETT GETS ELDEST SON.
Also Secures Privilege of Paying Costs
of Wife's Suit.
Omaha, March C Charles C. Has
ECtt was awarded tho custody of hi:i
oldest boy, Chester, by Judge Rcdlck.
The custody of the second- boy, Rice,
eight years of age, was given to Mrs.
ljassett. Tho rather did not want tho
youngest child, Lawrence, which ho
Bays is not bis, and this one will stay
with tho mother.
The court also taxed tho costs In
the case to Mr. Hassett.
One of tho saddest scenes over wit
nessed in the court was the separation
of these children after the long legal
battle for their possession. Tho sub
stance of tho decree had been Inti
mated to Mrs. Hapsett before It was
road. She and the two boys wera
ratted In I he court room. All wore
weeping and the moaning of Chester
rose above all other sounds.
I n uiiH.J
Lillian gl.ineed up. with a faint ex
clamation of disappointment. "How
horribly Hir away!" She spoke with
outMglng petulance and. leaning Tor
ward ufroh. drew the book from Chll
cote's ban I. "What nbotit tomorrow?"
she exclaimed, turning back a page.
"Why not tomorrow' I knew I saw it
"Tomorrow! Oh. I-I"- Ho stopped.
"Jack!" Her voice dropped. It wan
true that she desired Chlleoto'a opinion
on her adventure. Tor Chllcote's opin
ion on men and manners had a certain
bitter Hhrcwdness. but the exercise of
her own power added a point to tb"
desire. If the matter had ended with
the gain or loss of a tete-a-loto with
him. it Is probable Unit, whatever If
utility, idle would not have preyed It.
but the underlying motive was the
stronger. Chilcote had been a satellite
for yean. and It was unpleasant that
any satellite should drop away Into
".lack!" she said again In a lower
and still more effective tone, and, lift
ing her inurr, she burled her face In
her dowers. "I suppose 1 shall have
to dine and go to a music hall with
Leonard or stay at home by myself,"
she murmured, looking out across tho
Agalu Chilcote glanced over the long,
tan strewn ride. They had made the
full circuit of the park.
"It's tiresome being by oneself," sho
For awhile he was Irresponsive; then
slowly his eyes returned (j her face,
lie watched her for a second, and, lean-
lug quickly toward her, be took Ins
book and scribbled something In the
She watched him Interestedly. Iter
face lighted up, and she laid aside her
"Dear Jack!" she said. "How very
sweet of you!" Then, as he held the
book toward It..-, her face fell. "Dine
;13 Cadogan gardens, 8 o'c; talk with
L.," she read. "Why, you've forgotten
the essential thing!"
He looked up. "The essential thlngV"
SIio smiled. "The blue cross." she
said. "Isn't It worth even u little oneV"
The tone was very soft. Chilcote
"You have the blue pencil," he said
iu sudden response to her mood.
She glanced up 'In quiet pleasure at
her success, and, -with a charming af
fectation of seriousness, marked the
engagement with a big cross. At the
same moment the car slackened speed,
as the chauffeur waited for further or
ders. Lillian shut the engagement book
and handed it back. "Where can 1
drop you?" she asked. "At the club?"
The question recalled hint to a senso
of pre -sent th'ngs. He thrust the book
into his pocket and glanced about hlni.
They had paused by Hyde park cor
ner. The crowd of horses and car
riages had thinned as the hour of lunch
THE WORD "FELLOW."
Its Honorablo Beginning and Its Lat
ter Day Decline.
The degeneracy of a gooil word was
Illustrated In a case at Rraiiksoino
(Dorset), lit which a witness spoke of
llic defendant as "this follow" and was
ordered by the bench to substitute
"this num." "Fellow" began very
honorably by meaning a person who
nut down money with others In a i , ..... ,..ui .iu wi,i0 r,adwny of
joint undertaking. Its component parts , t,JU m.k ,, ail. , ,i,UmI space.
Itolng akin respectively to "fee" (prop- TlR s1);!,(,stli loneliness affected him.
crty) and to "lay" and "law." To this T,)(J ta vi)f stm iK.rc.ft of leaves, mid
day it is dignllled to be a fellow of a j...,,,...,,..... -mewav luconinrehenslvely
college, and nobody minds being called sUrml tho S,.1H of ,U(Mit:il panic that
a "fellow citizen." a "fellow Chris- SOI,ethnos sozt.(l imu j r!K.i! of vast-
tlan or a "good iciiow.
Hut ordinarily "fellow" alone ranks
now as In the painful scene In which i
Mr. Tupinan said. "Sir. you're a ici
low," and Mr. IMckwk-k retorted. "Sir,
you're another." In the fourteenth
century It was customary to call a
servant "fellow" In kindly condescen
sion. Perhaps that explains the word's
decline, though It may be due to the
use of "fellow" In the sense of boon
companion. "Companion" and "mate"
also were contemptuous at one time.
different. This time hq raised his
hand almost Immediately nnd tapped
on tho door.
lie waited, but no voice responded
to his knock. With a settFO of disap
pointment he knocked again; then,
lu-nsxIiiL' bis determination still fur
ther, he turned tho handle nnd entered
No private room Is without mean
ing, whether trivial or tho reverse. In
a room perhaps more even than In
speech, In look or hi work does the
impress of the Individual make Itself
felt. There on the wax of outer things
the Inner self Imprints Its seal, en
forces Us Meeting claim to separate In
dividuality. This thought, with Its
arresting Interest, made Loder walk
slowly, almost seriously, halfway
across the room and then paiiho to
study his surroundings.
The room was of medium slz? not
too large for comfort and not too small
for ample space. At u tlrst impression
It struck him its unlike any anticipa
tion of u woman's sanctum. The walla
paneled in dark wood, the richly
bound books, the beautifully designed
brou;:e ornaments, even the Mowers,
deep crimson and violet blue In tone, had
an air of somber harmony that was
scarcely feminine. With a strangely
pleasant Impression he renlb.ed this,
and. following Ids habitual Impulse,
moved slowly forward toward the lire
place and there paused, his elbow rest
ing on the mantelpiece.
lie had scarcely settled comfortably
into Ills position, scarcely entered on
his second and more comprehensive
study of the place, than the arrange
ment of Ids mind was altered by the
turning of the handle and the opening
of the door.
The newcomer was live herself. She
was dressed in outdoor clothe-i and
walked Into the room quickly; then, as
Loder had done, she. ioo. pained.
The gesti.re, so natural and sponta
neous, had a peculiar attraction. As
she glanced up at hint, her face :iM'.t
with Inquiry. sh. seated e..t-aoiU-narlly
much the owner and dcs'gior
of her surrounding-!. S".i. wet t'r.r.nod
by them as naturally and (Yo-;lil.
as her eyes and h-r face were framed
by her black hair. For one moment
he forgot th.it his presence douuiuded
explanation; the next slw had made
explanation needless. She had been
looking at hlni intently; now she canto
"John?" she said, half In appeal, half
He took a step toward her. "Look
at me." he said quietly and Involun
tarily. In the sharp desire to estab
lish himself In her regard he forgot
that her eyes had never left his face.
P.ut the Incongruity of the words did
not strike her. "Oh," she exclaimed.
"I I believe I knew directly I saw
you here." The quick ring of life vi
brating In her tone surprised hint. lint
he had other thoughts more urgent
to be continued.
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EXACT COPy OF VHAPPCB.
THE CtNTAUn COVrANY. NCW YORK CITY.
Out " I
HOUSE OF NAPOLEON.
Percy Byasho Shelley. '
While it Is as a poet that Shelley will
always be remembered, the fact must
not be overlooked that be had a pulsion
for reforming the world, before all
things, lie wrote many valuable es
says and pamphlet on ipietlons of the
day some time before he astounded the '
world with his brilliancy as a poet. Of
his lyric work It has been said that It
"presents a sum total of high creative
ness, profound thought and transcend
ent initsie such as cannot be found else
where In Kngllsh literature." Pear
liess of spii'ie or of architecture. In otto
moment Tallinn, the appointment ho
tad Just mnile. the manner of Its mak
ug. all left him. The world was tilled
Wil. Ins own personality, his own Im
"Don't bother about me!" he said
quickly. "I can get out here. You've
been very good. It's been a delightful
morning." With a hurried pressure of
her lingers he rose and stepped from
Iteaehlng the ground, he paused for
a moment and raised his hat; then,
without a sicond glance, ho turned
uiul walked rapidly away.
Lillian Mil watching hint meditative
ly. Sho saw hlni pass through the
gateway, miw him ball a haiiMun; then
she remembered the waiting chauffeur.
1 u l
The Dank Clerk.
It Is the duty of the clerk to be zeal
ous. The low spirited has no place In
a bank. Neither has the frivolous.
'The man who works for a bank Is re
(.pectctl In his community because It Is
known that the character of his work
Is Important and particular. He must
not only be direct and speedy In what
he does, he iiniht not only be faithful
and constant In all that he does, but
he must go a step further and do what
he does with a will, and a good will
nt that. Zeal requites Interest ami en
thusiasm. One of the troubles with
the bank clerk Is that his seines and
his buoyancy are apt to be dulled by
the endless repetition of details. There
Is no way to shirk it. No bank clerk
enn go home at night with his work
unfinished. 0. W. Stevenson In Hank
X the same day that Chlleoto
had parted with MUlan but
at II o'clock in the afternoon
I. oiler, dressed in (Jltllcote's
clothes and with Cltllcote's heavy
oven-oat slung over his arm, walked
front Fleet Mrcot to (innveuor square.
He walked .steadily, neither slowly nor
yet fast. The elation of his last Jour
ney over the same ground was temper
ed, by feelings he could not satisfac
torily bracket even to himself. There
was less of vehement elation and more
of matured determination iu Ills gait
ami bearing than there had been on
that night, though the Incidents of
which they were the outcome were
On reaching t'hlleote's house
passed upstairs, but, still following tho
routine of his previous return, be did
not halt at Chllcote's door, but moved
1 onward toward Kve's sitting room and
( there paused.
Iu that pause his numberless Irreg
ular thoughts fused Into one.
lie had the saute undelliied sense of
standing upon sacred ground that had
i touched hint on the previous occasion,
I but the outcome of the sensation wns
The Dwelling In Corsica In Which tho
Great Man Was Born.
Historically. Alaeclo. Corsica. Is of
the utmost importance, for here It was
that on the l."ith of August, lTOt), Na
poleon Bonaparte was born, and hero
It was .that the future emperor spent
his youth, enlightened by an Intelligent
.ind lovely mother. The "f'asa Napo
leon" Is one of the or, I should say,
the principal building In AJacclo. It Is
a solid three story building, with gray
stucco walls and a number of largo
windows. Situated In tho old part of
tho town, one would scarcely find It
were it not for the boys who tender
their services to guide tho stranger to
Although plundered In lT'.tt by the
partisans of Paoli, the heroic f'orsienn
fighter for liberty, the house still con
tains a few reminiscences of the great
warrior. Besides a number of ordl
nary rooms, each room containing soino
furniture, one finds the bedroom where
Napoleon was born, as well as Napo
Icon's sleeping and study room, with
Ills bed nnd table; bis father's study,
still beautifully furnished, and the
drawing room. In which are Ills moth
er's piano and her sedan chair. Theodore-
de Veer In Four Track News.
says many a doctor to his
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Rev. G. G. Ware Hearing Is Set.
Omaha, March o. Itov. George Ci.
Ware, convicted In the federal court
at Omaha of land frauds, will havu his
;aso heard on appeal before the Unit
ed States circuit court of appeals May
GAVE UP SUPPORTER.
" 1 wore a supporter for four
years, to keep up my womb,"
writes Mrs. S. J. Chrisaian, of
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iH.'ir n.ir.l'ii 1 i"ieun mv SUD-
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Morton L. Hill, of Letmiion, Ind.. nxys; "Mj
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