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Q OMAHA DAILY TrnTn ! > TUYWDAY. APTCTT , fi. ISfll
MARRIED HER LOVER IS JAIL
Olaror09 Mnlford's Pretty Sweetheart
Atones for the Law's Sharpness.
ON THE LAW OF CONJUGAL ATTRACTION.
btntlstlonl Ilocnrcli Into tlio llcscm-
blnnco or Blnrrloil I'ollcu-Mrs.
Tunic nntl Tnnlc'fl J u
The celebration of n marriage nt thoCho-
nango county Jail nt Norwich , New York ,
whcrotholrldcgroom Is serving time for a
misdemeanor , is nn event of uncommon nnd
romantic Interest. Clarence r Iulford. the
groom , Is twenty-two years old , and
formerly worked nt his trade as
blucksmlth in the Brio railroad com
pany's ' shops at Susquehannn. While
there ho courted nnd bccatno encaged to Ella ,
Ryder , a pretty girl of seventeen , who was
living with her parents at Ualubridgo. About
six monthsnpo Mulfordwont to ItortrlRhtund
set up a shop of his own , It was understood
that ho nnd Kiln were to bo married as soon
aa ho got fairly established In business nnd
saw Ins way clear toward supporting n wife.
Ono unlucky day ho took a ride over to Ox-
Jord where he fell Into company with some
persons of questionable repute. Next day ho
was nrrcstcd nnd brought before a magis
trate on n chargoof petit lurceny. Ho stoutly
asserted his Innocence ana declared that ho
was smfcilng unjust suspicion on ac
count of some other cersoii's misdeeds. But
the justice pronounced him guilty and sen
tenced him to thirty days' ' Imprisonment In
the county jail. The pretty sweothnart
thoroughly believed in Mulford's protesta
tions of limoconco , and in order to shuwlior
sympathy nnd love ate Insisted upon marry
ing him forthwith. She wouldn't ' wait for
the thirty days to expire , but would marry
him In jail. Her parents assented , nmnic-
cordlng1 she and her mother went to Norwich
nnd called upon Sheriff A. S. Klnnoy , to
whom the mother stated the purpose of the
The kindhearted sheriff at once consented
to forward trie romance. Ho opened his par
lors for tno wedding ceremony and sent for
Justice Nash to officiate. The blacksmith
was brought in from Jail to play his part in
the drama. The county nnd town officials
heard of what was going on nnd flocked In
and formed a fine array of witnesses. The
bride was neatly nncl becomingly dressed.
Justice Nnsli pcrfonntd his function grace
fully , and was envied by all the other men
present when ho claimed the prerogative of
kissing the brido. The ceremony over , the
Broom -went back to the jail and the bride
went homo with her mother to await the
time when her husband would bo freo.
Tim Ijiuv ol'Co ii. | uc I ittrnctlon. .
Hermann Fol , ono of the most eminent of
living cinbryoloslsts , while staying at Nlco
thoMeccaof honeymooning had his atten
tion attracted to the resemblances between
young married couples , says the Review of
ilovlews. The popular notion that married
pcoplo "end by resembling each other" was
shared by i'ol , but his trained vision
detected among crowds of younir married
? ! couwles characteristics that led him to sup
pose a contrary proposition to bo nearer the
truth they begin by resembling each other ,
To put the matter to scientific test ho on-
Kneed in n scries of observations nnd re
searches on the photographs of young and
old married couples , the results of which ho
publishes In the Hovuo Sciontlllnuo. The
following table gives his statistical con-
Resemblances Non-resem blnncos ,
Couples. 1'or cent. 1'ercunt.Totiil
"YouiiK.I32 , nbcmtNlIX ) M , about ici.ia ins
Old 8. about 71.70 15 , abput 28.30 Kl
The vividly lai-go porcentngo of physical
similarities Dotwccn young married couples
is emphasized by the calculation that In mar
riages njado nt random by chance thonum-
bcr of resemblances would not amount to
mom than two la n hundred. Among the
non-resemblances were included some very
curious case * , where man nnd wife , though
quite dissimilar in every other respect , yo ,
exhibited In Common "curtain traits const.lt
tutlnp nn utrllness more or less ridiculous.-
Pol Infers from this an argument in favor of
the Idea that candidates for marriage do not
fear the particular form of ugliness to which
their mirror accustoms them.
After warning against hasty generalization
from results so comparatively meagre , Fol In-
vltcs other scientists to follow up the subject ,
nnd verify or modify the folloxving tentative
conclusions ho draws :
1. In Iho immense majority of marriages of
"Inclination" the coiitractluec parties are at
tracted by similarities and not by dissimilari
" ! ! . The resemblances between ngod married
couples Is not a fact acquired by conjugal
VTIicro Virtue Iwn't a Howard.
Old Mr. Tank of Now Vork , ono of the
leading members of an up town club , tells 10a
good store on himself. This venerable sin
ner makes no effort to conceal the &nd fact
that ho is always Intoalcnted bv 4 o'clock in
tbo afternoon. At that hour ho goes homo ,
dines early and is carefully put to bed by his
loving spouse. His wife has become so used
to his duily routine that her conservative lao
ture would bo shocked
by any radical change
Ip the programme.
Not long ago Mrs. Tank decided to plvo an
afternoon card party to about thirty friends
of the gentler sex. She was haunted bv the
fear that her bibulous lord and master would
return at an inopportune moment In his usual
exaggerated condition. So she delivered herself -
self thus on the morning of the function : rd
"Now. William , Iain going to give a card
party this afternoon , Whoa you have ac ,
complished your usual 'jag' bo kind enough
to go to a botcl and go to bed. 1 don't want
to bo disgraced before my friends. " atus
Tank , who li a truly good man out of his
cups , Iclt the house in a heavenly frame usof
mind. Ho had resolved to lay aside for the
diy the garment of habit and roach homo In
the nakedness ot sobriety. The agony ho
suffered need not bo dwelt upon. Sulllco It
to BO.V that ho drank nothing but -water dur
ing the day , and set out for uomo at 4 o'clock
as frco from alcoholic influence as ho had
been at breakfast.
ills \\lfo heard him put his latch toy into
the lock. She rushed from the crowded itor
lor in dismay , Seizing her husband by the
arm she urged him toward the btalrs ,
"I want logo in to see the ladles , " said
Tank. "I haven't drunk anything today. "
"Nonsense , " answered his wife ; "you
can't fool mo , "
Sho.flnallygot him upstairs and by MO
force ot will maao him KO to bed. Tank - nt
to sleep , but In his dreams ho stjll fult that
virtue Is not nhvajs Its own roivard.
Alight Sptiro Homo Children.
A. Mormon woman of Salt Lake City re
cently had n Judgment obtained against her.
Bho had a little property which she did not
want to see go so she called on a lawyer to
find out what of her earthly possessions was
exempt. Ho Informed her and she was pnlng
iway. satisfied when a thought seemed to
ttrikobor and she bnck "
caina , "Gnu they ;
take my children on execution ! " she a-sked.
"Why , certainly not , " was the reply. " 3h.
I am so glad of that , " was tbo answer , " > 3h.rl
thought they might tnko them. I do not lOW
as I would care , though , she added , " s I
have enough of thorn and could spare a
few as well us not , I have nine of the little
fellows and Imvo all that I can do to got along
and keep them eatingnnd In clothes , "
IH Tliero Jjlcouno iu Marriage ?
In the great equity coso against Rice. King
k Itlco , at Worcester , Mass. , Miss uoonu
was on the stand this morning , maintaining
honelf well ttirougli the examination , nnd
the cross-examination brought out nothing >
damaging to her. * When asked if ( ho
TKOFT KociililcoM MKN TJT
Troche ? made- from the Natural Waters of
Fodini , Frankfurt , Hormunyl forSnneTiimUT
OATAIWUH , Coucnisimd Couosas the best and
Dr. liooh said : "A. cough for wlilca I tried
many other medicines , which had not the
lightest ulfeot. soon became bettor and has
lio\vuiitlrclydlnappauroilthrough uioof b'odcu
The genuine Hodcn Pastilles must have the .
testimonial and signature of Sir Mortdll Mac- I
kcutlo around each box. J
tnO seen Kendall Msn and hue Miss Holra.in ,
bo anld "No. " At tbli point in the evi
dence Judge Aldrlch called attention to Iho
law which gave the court discretion about
tbo admission of minors. Ho said ho ro-
grottcd to see so many young people iiaonir
the spectator" , particularly young girls. Ho
ordered tbo ofllceM to remove all minors from
tbo court room. When the ofllcor epoko to
several voung women whom ho thought
came undcrtbo law , they pleaded .exemption
on the ground that they were married.
Sara's lronNt-s. )
Most of Sara Hornhardt's ' gowns with
which she dazzles our country women are by
Ln Forriere. whoto fnmo she has largely
made. Her ' ' " the
'Cleopatra" gowns are same
worn In tha original I'arls ' production , but
tboso worn In "Camlllo" will bo entirely
new. Ono of thoin , an evening gown , Is of
bouton d'or ( "yellow bachelor's button" )
satin , covered with green tulle embroidered
with snowballs and boutons - d'oi- .
The trnln isof thosamo llgnftd satin , cov
ered with boutons d'or and snowballs , and
trimmed wltn n bow and yellow plumes. An
other gown Isn beautiful silver-gray crcpo do
chcnc , Sara's ' favorite shade1 , having a blouse
waist , formoa almost entirely of Venetian
lace. Her favorlto wrap for wearing to nnd
from the theatre Is a long elouk of whlto
satin , lined with crmitio , and in which she is
' said to look like an angel.
Tlio Itnvulsl uiV'n I'D > Great.
Kate I'leltl'i IIViH/iliio'oM. / '
"You know , Dorothy , those biscuits of
yours " ho began , ns ho reached across
the bicakfast tabloand helped himself , to the
" YCJ ? " said ills wife , with a weary , feeble
"Ah , thoy'ro nothing like mother's. ' "
"Nol" And thosmilo was gone.
"No , Not a bit. You see , mother's were
heavy nnd gave mo dyspepsia , \vbllo yours
nro as light us a feather , and I can eat about
why , what's ' the matter , Dorothy ! ' '
But she answered him not. She had
Klopers Iiost In the Woods.
With her shoes in her hand Miss Pannio
Yundle , a Pinovlllo , N. C. , society belle
climbed out of her bed at 12 o'clock one night
nnd eloped wlthJ , D. Crump. Hand in hand
the loving pair started to walk across the
dividing line Into South Carolina , very near
by but got lost In the wooda nnd groped about
until daylight , before thov could continue
tuoir flight from parental obstructive
agencies. The Hov. John Gulps marrlodtho
pilgrim pair and now Colonel Yandlo , the
bride's father , who represents ono of the
lending families in the south , vows von-
gcanco against son-in-law Crump.
' What n llliiNh IH.
Dr. T. 0. Minor of Cincinnati thus de
scribes how a blush m physiologically caused :
"Ablush Is temporary crythoma and calorific
effulgence of the physiognomy njtiologizcd by
the percoptlvonoss of the scnsorium when in
n predicament of uncquilibrlty from n scnso
of shame , anger or otuer cause , ovcntuatln g
in a paresis of the vaso-motor nervous fila
ments of the facial capllaries , whereby , being
divested of their elasticity , they are suffused
with radiant , aerated compound nutritive
liquid , emanating from nn Intimidated prne-
cordltt. " '
New Fad 1'or Portieres.
"Hero is something now that wo are hav
ing flulton demand for from the high-class
decorators , " said a manufacturer to nn Up
holsterer interviewer , at the same time ex
hibiting a lot of cow tails which were hang
ing on n rack in his factory. "Thcso wo
blench nml then makoluto tassels. The upper
part of the tassel is formed from n mold ,
which is covered wlth-woolen yarn , dyed In
oriental colors , such 01 rod , yellow and green.
The tassel Is then suspended from a cord to
match. Those loops and tassels are partic
ularly adapted for heavy portieres. "
To Keep Daily's Kiira Straight.
Someone hns patented an oar cap for babies.
It Is so ingeniously cons tructed that It can
bo worn without the slightest a iscom fort , and
elastic being Inserted nt certain places. It
adapts itself to the shape of any head. Not
only does it hold the cars In their proper posi
tion , but the hair is kept smooth and un
tangled , nnd the cap being tied under the
chin prevents the child from sloanlug with
Its mouth open , nnd consequently from snor
"Forty cents a pound fortiutterl" said a
lady in n tone of pi ln In a market a few days
ago , reports the Philadelphia llccord.
"Ycs'm , " said the glib dealer facetiously ;
'no cowslips yet to food the cows on. " And
the lady , belngan inexperienced you iir house
wife , paid nor cash with the sati iction of
knowing she had learned something now in
the abstruse art of marketing.
Fishing fur Letters.
The plrls in the northern part of tlw Con
necticut valley are becoming desperate. It
is becoming a common thing for fishermen
in central Massachusetts nnd Connecticut to
Hnd tightly corked bottles floating down
stream which contain notes written by up-
valley girls , requesting the young man who
llnds it to write them a letter.
Damask tnblo covers.
* Moorish hall lamps of old brass.
Wider hat ribbons than of yoro.
Huts of fancy chip an'd lace straws.
Table coutors entirely of drawn work.
Polkadottcd scarfs made nnd unmade.
Wedding go\vns of largo cord Bongallnc ,
Satin striped gauze ribbons for light hats ,
Tan olid gray hats tovear with all dresses.
Chevron striped cheviots for traveling
Both high nnd derby hats for ladies' riding
Shot silks show tiny dots of oao of tbo
Black and very dark blue cloths for riding
Heavy kid gloves having plquo or pricked
Two shades of velvet ribbon for trimming
Combinations of plnlc and black for house
Celled serpents In different colored tinsel
for lace hats.
" Larger card cases , and therefore cards of
a larger size.
A neat garter bucltlo represents two silver
Hlbbons striped one-half of their width for
children's ' hats.
Tnu jackets trimmed with gold braid In
A tortoiuo shell httlrplu Is ornamented with
a bow knot of gold.
Crotonno-covorod low chairs and louugcs ;
for summer rooms.
Lace toques huvlnc bandelets of Jet , velvet ,
ribbon and llowera.
Poltln striped silk anil satin for drossy homo
and dinner tollottui.
Petticoats of gray mohulr trinimetl with
Embroidered chiffon ruffling for trimming
all kinds of house gowns.
Twill Indlas. with heliotrope , turquolso ,
yellow or old rose designs.
Eplnglo velvet , having corded edges , Is to
bo worn on summer gowns.
Light f ywn colored lild gloves -with block ,
brown , tan or fawn costumes.
Quantities of hennotta In if grayish tan ,
called fawn and asbos-of-roso.
Gray cloth gowtn , having a vest of old rose
velvet worked with steel bends.
Cunning llttlo primroses to hot closely
around the brlra of tiny toques.
Bandeau hats having a half wreath , back -
or f rout , ou the tiny head band.
Betigallno , Itoyolo , Vcloulno and faille are
the favorite silk weaves iu black.
Mora medium rounded tops than sharp
pointed or squnro shapes on shoes and ties.
Black Inco hats with a wreath of small
flowers ou the edge of the rather largo brim.
Abhcs-of-roso isdltllcult to match In velvet ,
brocade or pa somentorles , tnough plenty In
A- silver brooch has a Lorieshoo of forget-
me-nots within which Is pendant a inoon-
A lovely pattern of figured china shows
turquoise tjluo fcrgut-mo-uots , with a follngo
of greenish browu tints.
Light colored satins Lave serpent or undu
lating stripes , from a hair line to on inch In
width , of u darker shade ,
The crown of a round hat is low ; the brim ,
broad In front , in tucked up behind , and la
held up by n mesll arrangement of gray faille
ribbons , A wiae , folded , gray f utllo ribbon
surrounds the crown and Is adorned with n
stool rosette In front ! gray feathers at the
Much : gold l.i worn on lints , gold laco. gold
passementeries and satin ribbons with line
doslgus' in gold being equally useJ.
Serpent stripes on silk simply mom waved
or undulating effects , but it Is a fad Just now
to call every possible thing "sorpont. "
The latest In Donnot flowers nro orchids in
velvet ' and six species of these have al
ready boon Imitated in white , yellow , rose
The. : newest powder box for the pocket
takes the shape of a purno , atid Is furnished
with a tiny mirror , a bottle of liquid rouge
and a puff ,
Coats of black worsted or of other colored
material with bead ctnbrddory nro much
liked. The sleeves , collar. Inpols and rovers
are trimmed with peal1 ! embroidery in flower
Among < the latest things In spoons is the
orange spoon. The bowl tapers almost to a
point l > , so when the orange Is cut across the
sections the pulp can bo quickly and easily |
Corsets for evening wear are mnilo In silk ,
satin nnd oven brocade In dcllcato colors to
match gowns. They nro trimmed with lace i
and sometimes ostrich feathers , nud cost as
much ns a good gown.
Ono of the now corsets is pllablo and '
shapely , and will do nil for the figure that a
well cut corset Is oxooctgd to do , Canvas J
stays are nice and cool for summer wear.
They nro the Ulna worn by thq advocates of
dross reform ,
A toque Is of fancy silk tulle nicely ar
ranged in front and wltn aigrettes of Jot. It
Is bordered I by a folded bandeau of gold stuff
tied Into u kn'ot at the back nnd arranged in
wavy folds in front. A few ostrich feather
tipI nt the back.
In ulsters a cope ulster with sailor-llko
back nnd shawl-like velvet rovers , under
which falls a capo In pllssc , which Is high at
the shoulders , has been cxtcnslvnly pur
chased. The same style in dust cloaks has
done equally well.
Small waists are not cultivated now , but
every Woman likes her waist to look as long
ns poisiblo. Waists , Indeed , areas much a
matter of fashion as bonnets or any other ar
ticle of dress. 1 hey nro going to bo worn
very long this year.
Elegant flannel petticoats In palo lilac and
light blue with nn embroidered nnd button _
holed flounce round tbo bottom nnd sprig em
broidery are now further enncned by a strip
of white embroidery about an inch broad sot
underneath the flounce.
A yellow tan homespun in diagonal stripes
or cream and tan Is a wonderfully neat
fabric. Ivy green Is already worn In Paris
and will probablr bo ono of our favorite fait
shades. Yellowish brown Is nlso a great
favorlto there , grayish blue and reddish
Glace ( silks have satin stripes and small
sinclo flowers resting on both stripes and the
clnco ' part. lAiconno designs nro positive In
color. Largo twilled surah is more stylish
thun the smaller cords. Kngllsu brocades
are showing a touch of velvet cleverly Intro
Colored i coats have the rovers and the lower
front embroidered. A nice style , which has
been extensively purchased , has In front a
vest-like addition with standing collr.r , while
thojackctitsolf has embroidered roll shawlos.
Oi both sides
Iu front are largo passutncn-
torlo rosettes of fancy buttons.
Now forms of the bow knot In brooches
nro constantly appearing In every possible
combination of stones. A gold and pearl
brooch in the form of a lyre , and another
showing a wreath -forerot-me-nots SUP
rounding a moonstone heart "sot m silver , are
very attractive pieces of jewelry *
Tlio styles In parasol handles for the com
ing season will probably bo subdued. Gold
and silver handles arc generally In the form
of nsmallcup. Natural sticks predominate ,
although china , ornamented In colors and col
ored Ivory with silver inlaid nro nlso seen.
Ono handle Is of colored ivory-studded with
small silver flours ao lis.
A capote for elderly ladles is of gold cm-
broldorecl black tulle. The front border of
the hat has a largo inosh , the ends of which
are fastened with gold needles. The .tullo
arranges In front-in to a mesh , behind which
is a mesh of velvet ribbons. The bacic brim
is bordered by velvet ribbons , the ends of
which tlo under the chin ,
The demand In jackets Is for the longer
forms. The demand for coats has developed
to larger proportions than formerly antici
pated. Coats In revers styles , with silk fac-
ine , are the most liked nnd have been pur
chased largely In black , In melange nnd In
light square cheviots , The rovers are ar
ranged like the roll shawls and can bo worn
open or closed.
Stripes in woolen dress goods grow moro
and moro in favor , and a mixture of white or
rather light shades In very narrow Hues give
the dimmed , soft appearance so ofteu noticed
in the new woolens. Faint croups of llirht
stripes In long hairy effects are stylishly
choice. A new French material of a finely
rlbned surface of whlto and a color Is styled
'llls-a-llls. ' " Largo
polka dots of the long
hulrs In Pompadour colorings have been
written of before and are very stylish for ox-
cluslvo dressing In Paris , the prlco prevent
ing the fabric from becoming common.
Do-Witt s Llttlo early Risers : only pill to
euro sick headache and regulate tbo bowel
JFOOTLIGiinS AXD fOl'EK.
The Payton Dramatic company began n
week's engagement at the Grand yosterdav
afternoon , producing the "Pearl of Savoy , "
the snmo bill being the attraction last even
ing. As a popular priced attraction the com
pany is praiseworthy. "Inshavoguo" will bo
the attraction tonight.
Magician Hermann , aided by Mmo. IJer-
inanu , will bo seen at Boyd's opera house on
Wednesday nnd Thursday evenings next.
Ho Is so well known that anything moro
than the simple announcement that ho will
bo bore seems superfluous. Ills programmes
are always interesting , his by-play nnd con
versation being as attractive as his feats of
Icgordcnnain. An audlcnco Is always well
amused and never tired by Hermann. The
programme this season Includes , besides his
wonderful sloip.it-of-hnml work , the Illusions
"Strobelka , " "Fioilno , Child of the Air , "
"A Slave Girl's Droatn , " and "Lo Cocoon. "
This is followed by Mmo. Hermann in "Now
Black Art. " aided by Abdul Knhn , an Easff
Indian romancer , who Is said to do seine
very startling things , also a feature of this
combination of mystic sensation.
The most Instructive play to the student of
history and also to the devotees of fashion
will bo that of ' 'Josephine , Km press of the
French , " three performances of which will
bo given at Boyd's ' opera house by Mile.
Kb on and n competent company , commenc
ing this evening , A special inntlnco for
ladles will bo given tomorrow afternoon.
Who are they that bavo not heard of the
great Napoleon Bonaparte J How many are
there who had any correct understanding of
his methods , mannerisms , moods , character
nnd general bearing until that handsome ,
brainy actress , Mile. Ichcn , brought outlier
great historical play , "Josephine , Kmpross of
the i-'ronchl" "Wo all knew that ho was ono
of the greatest military tacticians
since Ctcsar's time ; that ho sported
with crowns and sceptres ns the
baubles of children ; that ho rode tri
umphantly to power over thn ruins of the
thrones with which bo strewed his pathway ;
that vast armies melted before him like wax ;
tha'i ho moved over the earth as a meteor
traverses' the sky , astonishing and startling
nil by the suddenness and brllliunov of his
career ; but wo did not know the llesii-nnd-
blood man , as created , until ho was put upon
the stage and was surrounded with tlio char
acters who played such important parts in
his domestic life , Mr. William Harris will
play this strong part In "Josephine , " which
Is noon to bo presented horo. From all ac
counts this actor's mako-up as tbo Llttlo
Corporal Is one of the most correct and life
like that has ever boon soon on
DIVORCED MOUCII DEATH ,
Mrs. Bertha HlrjchjTakos Str/olinlno to Two
Ilorsolf from Matrinnny.
SHE ATTENDED A3DANCE BEF0.1E DYING ,
Deliberate Preparation For nnd Con-
flunuiintloii oC Her Siilolilnl Pur
pose Sim DM Not Like
Mrs. Ilcrthn Illrsch , ngod CO , committed
sutcldo early Sunday morning by taking
j | poison.
J i Sometime Saturday Mrs. Illrsch , whoso
residence was nt the corner of Twenty-fourth
nnd I streets , South Omaha , wont to n drug
store near by and purchased a bottle of
strychnine. She registered her rl ht nnmo
and resldenco at the druggist's , and stated
that the poison was to he used In killing rnts.
Saturday night Mrs. Hlrscb , accompanied
by her husband and her slsjer went to R
dance. On returning home , botwewn 4 and 5
o'clock Sunday morning the deceased went
to her room alone nnd took the fatal dose.
The action was not discovered for some
time , when n physician was at once sum
moned. Every effort was made to snvo the
woman's life , but assistance c.uno too late
and the doctor's ' patient died ntO n. m.
Before dying Mrs. Hirsch stated to the
physician that she could not got along with
her husband nnd so she decided to put her
self out of the way. The couple had only
been married live months.
Airs , rtirsub has relatives In Nebraska City
who have boon telegraphed for. -
The body lies nt the undertaking rooms of
Heafy & Ilenfy In South Omaha , where the
inquest will bo held at 8 p. in. today.
What a debt of gratitude the world owes to
\ i such ' nicnos Drs. Ayerand Joniicr the latter
1 for ' the great discovery nf vaccination , and
the former for his Extract of Sai-saparilla
the best of blood purifiers I Who can esti
mate . . how much these discoveries have bone-
lltct ) the race I
Combining All Itaflroads to Do A.\vny
The long cherished plan of Collis P. HuntIngton -
Ington for solving the railroad problem by
combining all roads under one management ,
and doing away forever with the clement of
competition iu railroad business , will bo
urged at the mooting of the Southern Pacific
In San Francisco on the 8th inst , , and an
effort made to consolidate all of the Pacific
const railways under one ownership.
At that meeting Vice President Stubbs ,
who has been the president's chief lljutcnnnt
In all the moves made by the Southern Pucillc
company , will makft his report.
In that ronort ho will rohcarso the clrcum
stances leading up to the formation of the
Western TrafHc association , or the presi
dent's agreement , as Itlssometimes called.
Then the report will offer the joint owner
ship olali to the directors of the Southern
Pucillc as the best practical solution of the
problem of competition. The report will rec
ommend it as a practical scheme , reasoning
from the point that as individual railroad
lines have been connected , bought up and
combined under joint ownership as systems ,
so , by a step further , systems can bo joined
uuder ono manaKomont.
The Southern PaoiHc will probably arrive
at a conclusion at that mooting as to what
part it may pl'iy in any joint ownership plan
that may be forwarded when the fall of tlio
Western Trafllc association comes. Joint
ownership was offered at the mooting of rail-
wayjnusidents in Now York , but.lt was too
big u thing and tha'Western ' Truffle associa
tion was organized as a temporary arrange
The agreement has never been satisfactory
from tno day of Its inception , and already
the roads In the association vro wautlng to
pot out. The Alton is not In it , the Kansas
City , Memphis & Birmingham Is not In It ,
and the Texas lines are 'outside the fold. ActIng -
Ing Independently without obligation to the
lines In the Western TralHc association , tnoso
outside properties have a decided advantage ,
ana the lines that are tied up In the agree
ment are dlssatlstlod with the condition of
The Western Trafllo association will have
a short life and some other scheme must bo
devised to control the great tl-afilc of the
A combination of Interests injoint ownor-
sulp is'tho best plan that the ablest railroad
financiers can devlso and they are looking to
that end now ,
Difllcultles without number are In the way
of joint ownership. Some of the state laws
forbid it. In the case of the Atchlson , stock
holders , largo and small , that extend from
San Francisco to Now England , have to bo
consulted nnd won over to the proposition.
But these are the smallest of- the difllcultles.
Thoroaroa thousand conditions peculiar to
each transcontinental system , which must bo
altered before a union can bo effected.
Nevertheless Uould and Huntlngton are
bold enough to attompttho work and are now
giving tho" best of their attention to it.
C. P. Huntlngton has loft New York and is
now on his way to San Francisco.
Tills is a True Story ,
President Egan of .the Chicago , St. Paul &
Kansas City while m Kansas City last week
taught his black servant a lesson that ho
will probably not soon forgot. Mr. Egan had
instructed the darkey Henry to keep close
watch over his car and to never leave it
alone. Henry promised to-bo faithful to his
trust and the president nnd his party accord
ingly loft the car in the Wood street yards
and went to the Coates house. After a few
hours Henry felt a longing for a better ac
quaintance with seine of the stylish looking
Wyandotte colored girls , nnd concluding
within his own confident mind that every
thing would bo all right , ho locked the car
and wont awny. Half an hour later Mr.
Egan came down to thn yards to look for
some papers ho had left In his desk ,
Ho was surprised to find the
door locked and the car perfectly dark ,
Concluding that his dusky servant had re
tired , Mr. Egam thought that ho would not
disturb him , and producing his keyho ,
opened the door himself nnd wont in. Ho
walked through the car and looked Into
Henry's ' room , but no servant was there ,
Mr. Egan saw that the black man hod nol
been as faithful as he thought ho would oo ,
and ho began taking-things from their places ,
Ho took every article of food from the cup
board and strewed ) them over the floor. He
upset the furnltaro and turned over the
berths. In shortydio made the interior of hU
car almost unrecognizable. Then ho wen *
back to his hotel.
The next mornlmjf when Mr. Egan and
party came to thoiear ready to leave thr
city , Henry was wntt with perspiration. I
had taken hard woric for him to got the en :
in presentable shape * In time for its occu
"Look hero , Henry , " said Mr , Eiran to th
guilty looking dackey , "I see in the morning
papers that several j private cars have been
robbed hero lately. J hope our's Is all richt. "
"Indeed it am , sab. , " said the negro. "Yes
salij ov'ything was , Jcs' this nrnwnln' as I lei
It bofo1 poln1 to sleep lus1 night. "
"You didn't leave the carl'1
O , no , sahwas the unflinching ro
Mr. Egan did not undeceive the darkey , as
ho thinks the lesson a much boiler ono as 1'
Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
"CO AS YOU PLEASE" OK OVERCOATS/
Scvcr.il hundred handsome , stylish , seasonable , sensible
Spring Overcoats , of the crop of " 91 , " at prices to sell them quick. The
lime ' is limited. We don't want ONE left at the end of the six clays.
They're in Melton's , in Kerseys , in Tweeds , in Cassimcres , in Cheviots , iff
\Vorstcds. \ They're in all shapes , shades , styles and sixes.
Four dollars and seventy-five cents will buy you a handsome Mel
ton garment , made , lined and trimmed right up in shape , ilfan , do'you
realize FOUR DOLLARS AND SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Six seventy-five , seven twenty-five , seven and a half or seven del
lars ' and seventy-five cents , in cold cash , will buy you an Overcoat that
you'll be proud to wear anywhere.
'Leven and a half , twelve , thirteen
or dollars , will buy you an Over
coat that not half the people you meet can tell from a garment made to
And when you spend sixteen to seventeen dollars and a hall we will
agree to give you an Overcoat , the EQUAL in every wayt shape and
manner of any "made to order"garment that
garment you can buy for thirty to
Ilio Pi'iw ' Tint
rrr z. _ _ ; f \i\\\ \ \ \ \ ] liiw llldu
Corner Fourteenth and Douglas Streets.
Our out of town friends can have samples of these
garments , or of our lines of NEW
SPRING SUITS sent them by mail upon application.
Drs. BetlsJc Belts
Physicians , Surgeons and Specialists ,
14OO DOUGLAS STREET
OMAHA , NEU.
Tno moat widely and favorably knownspec *
Iftllsts In the Uiiftoa State" ) . Their IOMK ex
perience. remarkable skill and umvors.il suc
cess In the treatment nnd euro of Nervous ,
Chronic nnd Surgical Dlsnaipi. entitle these
eminent physicians to thn full confidence ot
the afflicted everywhere. Tlioy punrnntfo :
A CERTAIN AND POSITIVE OUHE for
the awlul effect * of early vice and the nimer- )
ous evils that follow In Its train.
I'KIVATE. I1LOOI ) AND SKIN DISEASES
gpni'dlly. completely ntl permanently cured.
NEIIVOUS linilfUTV AND SEXUAL DIS-
OUOEKS yield readily to their skillful treat-
. FISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS
euaranteed cured without pain or detention
"iVDItOOELE AND YAKICOCELE pcnna-
nontly nnd Biiei : < "isfiily ) cured Inevoryeaso ,
SYPHILIS. GONOUK1IKA , GLEET. Sper-
matorrhea , Soinlunl Weakness Lost Manhood ,
NlKht Emissions , Decayed faculties , Kcmiilo
Weakness and nil delicate disorders popullar
to either sox positively cured , us well as all
functional disorders that result from youthful
follies or the excess of mature years.
PIMPT tIKGl'arantcod permanently
O L Ivl l U IVL cimu ] , removal complete ,
without cuttlnir , caustic or dilatation. Cures
effected nt home by patient without o mo
ment's pain or annoyance.
TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
J PIIPT ? The awful effects of
i UUlv II Cftry vco | whluli brings
organic weakness , destroying both mind and
body , with all Its dmdod ills , permanently.
RI7TTQ Address those who have Ira-
. liLiL 10 paliod therm Ives by Im
proper JndulROnco aud solitary nablts , which
ruin both mind and body , entitling them for
business , study or marriage.
MARRIED MEN or those onterlUB on that
happy llfe.awaro of physical debility , quickly
Is tasocl upon facts. First-Practical experi
ence. Second Every case Is specially ktiullod ,
thus starling rlRht. Third medicines nro
prepared In our laboratory exactly to suit
each case , thus effecting cures without Injury.
Drs , Betts & Belts ,
1409 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA , NEB
, " Continual dropping wears
away the stone. "
The continual breaking1 of
lamp-chimneys costs a good
deal in the course of a year.
You can stop it. Get Mac
beth's " pearl top " or " pearl
glass. " You will have no more
trouble with breaking ; from
heat. Youwill have clear glass
instead of misty ; fine instead
of rough ; right shape instead
of wrong ; and uniform , one
the same as another.
You will pay a nickel a chim
ney more ; and your dealer
will 'gain in good-will what he
loses in trade ; he will widen
his trade by better service.
ftonoirlin-n , Gleet and M.cni-ori-liifd
cured In 2 ftuys l > v tlio J'ronvh Honiwly entitled -
titled the KINO. It dissolves aKijIiibl un'l ' N
absorbed Into the inllainud purtn. \ \ III ref nnd
inonoy If ll docs not euro or twines stricture.
Gentlemen , hero la ix rclUlilo urtldo. * l u
pnekiiKuorS for * . " > PIT mull nrupuld. Mel or-
Kilck Lmid. Oiiuilia : ' . A. Melclior , Howard
Mevors , nnd I ! . J. fitykoni. r-oiitli Oninliii ; A
UPunter mid M. I'.KIHs , Council Hluilj
IN AIL THE YWRLD THERE IS BUTONECUHE
DR , HAINES' GOLDEN SPECIFIC ,
It can l > ftM * In u tup r f r , or I"
Ul vVrwd. wiihout mo knowl dgoof tbepatunt ,
rin nnt n < l ip < .dr our. . ' ' " . . .
araadcnixlrinkir or o leobj > lie M k. 1TN . U
* A1I tt. It operate * 10 qui t 7 aud wita iuon ecr.
nVy thil tB . Snt upd.r.5. . no looouT.nt.nc. .
i ire b * Is r r . hU oomnlete r ormotjcn li
ned. is poge boon oparllcul ( ri free. ToMbadol
Y Y < Ittn * Curnini ; flu ,
. AK * . nuuuK * co. . imd
JO ( JOOmall * _
or Klve relief Ilk1 * " * - , .v.-
Trim , " It liairurrdtliouiiimc I IT f Ton
" mil loin BUinps torfreer iilt > lil t > o , . I.
i liUilIc Tru Co , , b u frauclicv , tu
MO OURRt NO FA.Y.
1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb.
. Povontccn ycirs oxperlonso \ ronilar irrmlusta In m-cllclni ) m illplomii her l < itlll traittnz with
tliocrontcstsHrcos" , nil Xorvom , Vhronlonnil IVIrnti Il onui. A ponninenlcuro itinrmtoo ! for CntarrA
Hpormutorrlupa , I.oit Manhonil , Seminal \Veukiie 4 , .S'l ht I.CM ins , Im potency , SrplitlU. Htrlcturo , nmlnil
oiie of the Illooil. Skin unil Urln.irr Orgins. N II. I mii\rititoj : f V forovorr c.no 1 lilulorUko an I full li
euro n. m. to Consultation 12 m. froo. Hook ( Mjsterlos of 1. If o ) sent fro j. O.Mooliouri 'J a. ui. toS p. in. Sun.lnr li )
322)91 ftl iTI , ST
OMAHA , NEB.
For all Diseases of the Blood.
All Diseases of the Nei-vous
For all conditions of Catarrh ,
either local or general.
For Bronchitis , Asthma and
For all forms of Dyspepsia , In
digestion and Liver Affections.
For Heart Disease , Bright's
Disease , Diabetes and all Kidney
For Piles , Fistula , Abscesses
and nil Rectal Diseases.
For Scroftila , Syphilis and all
Specific Blood Poisons.
For all Skin Diseases.
For all Genlto-Urinnry" Dis
For all Special , Private , Inher
ited or Acquired Diseases of
For Nervous Exhaustion , Gen
eral Debility , Loss of Vital Force ,
end every form of Physical
For all Spinal Affections.
For Tumors , Cancers and Old
Sores and Ulcers , and for all Dis
eases , Misplacements and Weak
nesses peculiar to Women.
Consultation free. Treatment
Omaha references that should
convince every investigator.
Office and Reception Rooms :
822 South 18th Street.
First floor. No stairs.
Hours 03O ; a. m. to 4:30 : p. m.
Evenings 7 to 8:30. : Sundays 2 to
4 p. m. only.
DR. BAILEY ,
A Full Pet of Tcotli on rtubtior ,
lor KIVI ! IJUII.AKH. A perfnct
lURunruntouil , Tot lhoxtnicu l
wltliuut pain or dniiKor. nml
without nnc llietlf . ( lolil ami
.llvnr Illlliit. " nt lowcit rnlov
llrlrtyo ami Crown Work. Iretli
_ _ without ptutoi. All wurK nur-
OFFICE , PAXTON BLOCK , 16TH AND FARNAM
Kntrnnrn. ICIU ttrtct olerutor , Open
until U o'clock.
TO WEAK MEN I I Snltfrinfc tllO HTccU from Ol
m * youthful error !
.IM.IAABW , w&ntln vrftakllpUlott , ! ' , mllo'J'i' ; ! ' ' "
treall < al 0fu'n'"J l ' '
full ii rUi'Ul n for homo euro. VltKK f cliarso
A MitnilM inedlcul work I jhoulil I * rel l'T ' "rl
man who U imrroiu anl del'llltatpil. Aditrcu
. c. ro wiaui , w ouu , couu.
RHiLWRY TIME CHRP-
LCIITOI IC1IICAUO , UUUI.INUTO.V A CJ.IArrlvoi
Onmhtt. I Depot 10th and Mmnn Mruotg. | Oinnhn.
4..1U p a .Uliloniio Kxpress 800 a m
960 n m Cdloifo Kxcruin O.JU p Hi
910 p ra .Clilcngo Kxprosa. 10 OS am
CM p m . . . .lown Iornl 12 OU m
IIIUR.UNGTON A MO. ItlVKU.I Arrlroi
Depot Kith nnd Mnnin streets. | jn
0,1" a m Denver Dijr KiprOi
10.2. ' ) u ui . . . . . .DoAilwood Uiirtiss |
It' ' . ' j n in Dourer Kxnrots. . , , ,
7.10 | i ni Denver Nlizlit Mxproi
601) ) p m Lincoln l.lmltoil
JU3 a. m
" .TFTve *
U.SO n m . . . .Knnsaj Cltr Dnr Kxprois. B.10 p m
> mm 1C. 0. Night Kip. Yin U. I * . Tram. 6.46 it IT }
UNION PACIFIC. I Arrlvm
ot loth tr1 U"rrr treet.i. I OniMin.
S 07 11 m KnnnnsCltr Hxprou , m
0. 1 a m Donror ltnro i 8.53 p m
S W p in Ororlnuil Klrnr / , , u.Up ( m
T M\t \ 2L ,1'sclllo Kiproii luittM
"JxMvui I ClllOAiiO. HTr. S 1' At IHO. " fArrlTM
Omaha. IU. 1' . depot. IQtli nml MareytHa , I 0 mail a.
I'i.K | ' < ) i > liii ' . . . . Night ttxprniiH , . . . . . . . . 10.US n m
I'.I.'J. ! II 111 . . . . Atlantic Kpr i R.I10 p ra
J. JPrnl. .Vestibule l.lmltcil HI.I.r , n m
, _ , ( , , , T _
Omnlm. | U. 1' . ilop'ot. lUth nn < .Mnrry'st . | laba.
TTlS a iu ] . . . .Moiix City liiu onKir7.r.ri" )
" P ii'l ' iii St. rauM-Jpruss , , , . . . . .IIO.lQ n n
veal SIOUX OITY"A I'ACIKICC [ "ArHvos
ilin. | ] ) oi > at _ 15tli niul WcbslorSta. _ . I Onmho.
ij-wUl-HU- . - . . . . | ii.gii ftg
' Arrl oi
Umnlin , _ It ) . 1 > . ilopot , IDtli nn > l Mnrcy titt. Unmha.
ills n m Clilcnu'n r.sprn.is. .
4 : > p in Vcitlbulo l.lmltcil.
( i 15 p 111 lewd Accoinmodntloii ( uxc. bun. ) 7.05 p
1)111 ) p 111 I natern Hyo . . . . . . . 2. 15 p
gm pn ( oxc. Bat' ) I'lUHt-nccrCovp. Mon.l
i.jivor"ouiOTno7AiTr. . s rr. l'AUf < I Arrive *
Uinlii. U. I' djpH. Drt " 'i ' Mirjy S .l Omiliit.
li.1U p ml Ciiloiiji ) KxproTi . . . . . . . .I . < 3 f.
1.65nm' ( 'hloi.'o liiurun 10.30 po
Uvos I OMAUA , t ST . , OUIS. I AVrltci
Umalin , | U. 1 * . ilupol. lUtli aj"i ii ! roy &t . | Omabn.
Jiu ( p ml..Ht. Liiulii fnijnTiii lnll. ! . . . . . |
! , o ivoi I 1 * . , 15. A .MO , \ Al.fiU
Inialin. I Depot lotli nnrt Wolntor Ht
li Ull n in . lllnck Hills Kvproii . fi.-u p sn
nee ii m . .llnstlMK' Hx | > . ( Kt. .Sunday ) . . ft/JO p nl
6 IU p in \Viilioo.tllncoln l'imcx. ( Sund'yj II.- ] } a a
6.10 p in . Norfolk ( or. Hiinilay ) . 11.33 am
[ joav 04 0. . feT. P. , M. , t 0.
Oinulm. Depot Kill nml Wolnler Bis. Omaha ,
K.IQ a m . . .Ploux City Aceomiiiodatlon.
! . ( ) p in Sioux City Kxpross ( ox Hunilny )
n 00 p in Ht. I'nul iilmltud
Ilnnonft I'aisonzer ( ox , Snnilny )
I < cnvc I MIH OUItl PACIFIC. I ArrtTe
Uiniilia I l > pot 15llijuiinVib ; ter Stn. | Omubn _
10:30 : n ml..St. l.ouli ATC.Ui Kxprmi.
| ) ,15 p m | . . .BU Ixiuls * K. C. K pre <
IXftTC1 I CIIIOAlo. ( U. I. ft 1'ACIKIC.
Tl nii for ] Union Depot , Council Blurt J.
ann p m Ni ht Kxprom. U M a
v.r > 5 a m Atlantic Kxprt f..W D n
_ 8OU | inii _ Vi'sllliiilti l.lmliml 10 W a
rf-nvr-s | CI1ICA ! OANOUTHWK TKHN I Arrlvo
Tr. ainfcrl . IJnloii Depot , Cmincll Illiirts "I'ranifgf
ii 40 a in 6.W f to
MM p in Vostlbiilo Uiullod. ti.W a la
10 on P ra Knsloni ritir. . i.W v m
tX ) > in ( Kx Sat ) Athntlc .Mull , ( llxo : Mun ) 7. : < o a m
IHO | i niMowjLAri'oimnciilnMiin ( Kjj ) MmiKI _ .4UJJJ |
IxsiiTi'i'lcillCAGO , MIIj. A ST I'AAl/ 1 Arrlroi
TroiiVfwl JJiilon licpot CouncIl ISIutTjTrunifir
c70p | ra' ' .Chlcnuo Rxpron I ! .J5 M
A mi Uilca/0 / Kipron . . .I 6.S5p m
KTC ST. Jolli < ! ' rXrrl oi
pnt. ( Vuncll lllutf. ITittniMr
10.07 a m ' rTBfTn in'lty < l r Ki | > r -I } * * > ' '
10 3ft n in : ; Kiin ii I'ltjrjiMf lit Mrproia. . . ! . !
, ' ' M , T rT T.W T-A7fTO I A'prT7
-MT ; T-i'is '
lY IfMl n nlwo iMClTVlg'fTj jT iia
T u v m | . . . . _ .7 Lj HiS SS-t-tl ! > Jjjj3 *
r 5i7 I WOUrtlVYTi PXBfflOT" AfrffeV
Tr _ n fer 'I ' Dnlon Depot , Council niug . Tramfer
KR"in.rlloux ! Cllr Arcomnioilnllon. . . V tO a
" ' ' ' " ' " ! n.nr >
Iron & fire
Muniifacturcrs of Iron nml Wire Fences ,
Desk niiurilR , Improved AwnlngH , Cnul and
Hand Feruons , lion Stairways , Iron Doors and
Shutters. Wlro HlRtis , ulio llrasn Work of utorf
description. All kinds of repairing.
217 South 12th Street ,
Oppjsito Nebraska National Banki Omaha.
use Pond's Extract.
J uib cicnawied Q
ue remi'tly for itlUUi
unnatuial illicliurKe : ana
I certain euro turllif < l blll >
tatltiR ueilcutu purulUr
. . . . . . , Ipre > crlbeltndfa liaf
lTHtE.HtCHUirtlCo ' ( In rcrmmntadlne It to
- i all lufftrsn.
.1 J.BTOHER.Mrj.DlCaTU'.lu . ;
Mol'l by I > ruvKl > > * >
1'UIX'X : 91.00. _
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