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lJyi BULL II U Ctf tf) E
Both Sides of thcTucstion
should be looked into. And when this is done
the Intelligent smoker uses BLACK WELL S
ULL DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO.
" y7T TfR DURHAM 1 U-UVl-U iurnaiii.
THE EVENING PRIMROSE.
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pain reliever.
Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
Mo other application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test ot years, almost
IC.) -.ncdicine chest is complete without a bottle'' of Mustano
ions arise for its use almost every day. ',
A.ii druggists and dealers have it. f
Bitil Evening trinroe, with your silken stole
Ilunif delicately auuward. what a bou.1
IikM from your patient eyo! How frail and
You Maud among the floweret! anil your bowl
.Shows like a vanlnhintj phantom of tLu i;ralL
Youm; buds that point a Hntter to the bluo
Crowil on your bteui, and youth and hojio aro
" While the nap runs; yet scarcely has the mm
Wanned twice upon your petals ere their huo
i'alld into pallid uebs of death bt't;un.
And strewn alout the KTanit the blossoms hide
The KKir dincolored fragments of their pride.
Or haiitf dinroiisolato witli drawled vent.
And elintfiiiK, sodden cerciuontH, to abidu
The gradual workings of the Alkahest.
Wan it for this you MruirirWd Into light?
That one brief day bhould crown a tedious
Was it for thl.i you felt your way along
Thonathiiof natural growth, that from their
Shrill death should echo In your triumph
It may be po. There aro who wiy the bliss
Keuuitea the uain: yet could It be for this
(God known) you opened your sweet, patient
. , eyes
' tin. fiitri'a fA nTlA Ami dt in ills kiss?
me you bloom attain in Paradise.
. .- V Nina Layard in Longman's Magazine.
Name and ltu!nes8e.
I Tlicro is at times a peculiar coinci
I deuce as regards the name ot a man
and his business. Such an appropriate
ness of name to calling is frequently
quite accidental. "Sexton Brothers,
Undertakers and Upholsterers," is the
wording of a sign at Long Branch, and
a dressmaker on Clinton 6treet, New
York, bears the name of N. Nadel (the
German for needle). To those who un
derstand German, bchneider will seem
an equally appropriate name for a dress
maker, and there are plenty of butchers
in town named Metzirer, while at least
one barber glories in the name of Scheer
er. But it seems odd that a Baecker
should deal in meat, or that even an
Avenue A. Barber Bhould 6ell beer.
However, when we hear of "Taylor &
Cutter," a firm of clothiers, or find that
"Stickwell & Co." are mucilage makers,
there is a strong suspicion of an inten
tional manufacture of appropriate firm
names. And that story about the bro
ker firm of "U. Ketcham & I. Cheatham
has been told so often that one hardly
knows whether to credit it or not. New
O THE POSIT! V C'tirvS.
THE POSIT! VS
I ELY BIlOTUEirS. C Wim-i St, New Ty
llvnn I lM II li H&aZBPi
MCHIFFM ANN'S? sthma Cure
uila to inAAt reliaf in the wotst
a eru emrm wirr. thcra nul.
TrUEK 1 DimWi mr hr ML.
B. BCHIFFMANM, gt. rani. !.
XA4- Scientific American
I Agency forfj
In I A
V tnf ormmtton and free Handbook write to
flINN co aei Bkoadwat. New York.
1 t bareaa for Beenrirnf patents in America.
('try patent taken out toy as is brought before
pablle by a notice given free of charge in tbe
; circulation of anT sdentlfle oapcr In the
vorld. SDleadidlr llluatrmted. No lntoHim-nt
faa should be without iu Weekly. $3.00 a
fear; $U50 six months. Address MUXS & CO
irtJai.lsHiKH. aa Broadway. New York.
ShambeTlain'H Eva nnrl 55Wti
tJL certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes
Jotter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, 01
Sronie Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
PmiIa Cnwl.. C "?l"T 1-.
Piles. It ia cooling and Eoothlng.
i of cases have been cared by
all other treatment had failed
rat up in 23 and 50 cent boxe3.
lSOll. St TfflrVl Tiainn
Kansas City, St. Louis,
ji points nrrtn, east
ih or west. Tick-
is sold and bajj-
to a n y
sTION AS TO RATE
(at Depot or address
P. A. St. Louis, Mo.
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
1r. AfL, Platt8mouth.
and bo&utitlc the hair.
to E est ore Gray I
j iiair 10 us louimui toror.
; J Cures araip tliM-a-d ft nair tailing.
1. -- . . St --Clcsnwa
. -w ! fiiime s In
- W. $c- jNcvcr Fallot
"'-. -"Vi'j JIair to its '
v :e 1'nrker's Ointrcr 'l'onie. It ciirrs the worst Cough,
v.k J ,ur. ivfriltiv, iKlvstion, l am, lite in time.au cu.
HircpRCORNS. The only otp cure for Corns.
A Family Affair
Health for the Baby,
Pleasure for the Parents,
New Life for the Old Folks.
Is a family affair a requisite
of tbe borne. A 25 cent
pscksgt makes 5 gallons of
a deliclons, strengthening:,
Vont he deceived If & dealer, for
mo saKe oi lanrer vront lens von
tome other kind Is "just as good "
lis false. No imitation Isasgood
as the euouie Uinta',
i tt .-y nvi it i i i i .. 1 1 j
Rag NESS A HKADHOISES CURED
by i'eck'i lavuibl. Tabular Ijtr CoaS
Ls0 lon Whispers brmrd. Comt'tnnblm.
Burrruf ul whprral Imuflleafail. Solii bv V. I1Ihx,ooIv, CB CC
B53 Urusilirsy, Kw lark. Writ, for book ot prou'fa I llbC
Centralization of Government.
The history of the federal govern
ment is one of growing strength and in
fluence. The difference between the
intention of the founders of the system
and of the existing fact is nearly as
great as that between the opinions of
Jefferson and moderate Federalists,
From the first organization of the gov
ernment to the present time there has
been almost a steady advance toward
centralization. This advance has been
both aided and retarded by the snpreine
court; but in the legislative branch of
the government and in the popular mind
me proportions or tne ieuerai govern
ment have constantly grown larger. It
has not been the tendency of the people
of the republic to strengthen the local
government at the expense of the general
government. On the contrary, the gen
eral government has grown at the cost
of the states. Henry L. Nelson in Har
The Nepalese "Kors."
The Nepalese "knkri", or heavy
curved knife, with the edge on the inner
side, is familiar by name to readers of
the accounts of our "little wars," in
which the Ghoorka infantry have taken
part. But there is another Nepalese
weapon, the "kora," the most strangely
shaped sword ever used, which, starting
from the hilt about an inch and a half
wide, when near the end turns at right
angles and expands to six inches. The
late Jung Bahadur, a noted expert at all
eastern arms and exercises, was able tc
decapitate a bullock with one blow of
the kora. Chambers' Journal.
Carvings on Easter Island.
The hard volcanic rock of Easter
island is covered with carvings intended
to represent human faces, birds, fishes
and mythical animals. Fishes and tur
tles appear common among these sculp
tures, but the most common figure is a
mythical animal, half human in form,
with bowed back and long, clawlike
legs and arms. According to the na
tives this symbol was intended to rep
resent the god "Meke-Meke,"' the great
spirit of the sea. Philadelphia Ledger.
They All Dodged.
A quaint minister once said, "Now,
brethren, I propose to throw this hymn
book at the man who has been thinking
of something other than the sermon."
He made the necessary gesture, as
though he would hurl the bock, and,
curiously enough, every man in the con
gregation ducked his head. London Tit-
How One Knows.
A wedding came off at Tyrone at the
unusual hour of 6:45 in the morning. It
is unnecessary to add that this was the
wedding of a railroad man. Any other
kind of a man selecting the same time
would have been married at a quarter
of 7 o'clock Philadelphia Inquirer.
First Wheat In America.
The first wheat raised in the New
World was sown on the Island of Isa
bella in January, 1494, and on March 30
the ears were gathered. St. Louis Republic.
When yon send your check out of the
city to pay bills, write the name and
residence of your payee thus: "Pay to
John Smith & Co., of Boston." This
will put your bank on its guard if pre
sented at the counter.
IHALTKFUL, AGREEABLE, CLEANSING.
!-r Farmers, Miners and Mechanics.
A PEXFECT SOAP FOR ALKALI WATER.
"urcs Chafing, Chapped Hands, Wounds, Burns,
Etc A Delightful Shampoo.
:'H!TE RUSSIA11 SOAP.
Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water
It is calculated that it would take a
person over 300 years to read all the
standard works that are published, and
yet we seldom come across a man who
1 acknowledge that he has not read
Cyrus Thompson claims to have dis
covered the key which will unlock the
mystery of the Maya codices and proba
bly of the Central American inscrip
WELLINGTON S FAMOUS BALL.
llt-llcH ard ISratix AVlio Itt-itlljr Ianc
the Daiirv f ln-atli.
Th! I)ike and Durheps of Richmond
were living in a lino hotel on the liuo d
la BlaiichiKsre, which stood on its own
grounds and hud a fruit and flower
garden extending to the city ramparts.
Their graces moved in all the society of
Brussels, and entertained a great deal.
The diu liess, who had issned 220 invita
tions for the ball, promised to recall
them wheu r-he heard that Naioleon'a
army was advancing. But the Dnko of
Wellington, to prevent alarm, requested
that the ball might take place.
Nevertheless, many English families
were frightened away from Brussels,
and iMj.st horses were kept harnessed in
the Duke of liic-hmond's stable, in case
bad news from the scene of the conflict
should make it advisable for his chil
dren to Ixj sent to Antwerp. The ma
jority of the jwoplo of Brussels were
violent Bonapartists, and were prepared
to entertain Nucleoli in great- style
should he force the British army to re
treat and enter their city in triumph.
So it was that the Duke of Wellington
and many of his officers went to the ball
after the business of the day had leen
attended to. While the merry couples
were flying around a dispatch from the
front was handed to Wellington. He
asked tho Dnke of Richmond for a pri-
vato room where he might consult with
some of his generals who were present,
The duchess' dressing room was the only
convenient room safe from intrusion.
Candles were hastily lighted on tho
dressing table, at which Wellington sat
with a map before him, and having ex
plained certain points to his staff they
all rejoined the company. They left the
house before 10 o'clock and succeeded
in doing so without attracting any at
tention. Very few, if any, of the
dancers guessed how near at hand was
tho crisis which was to decide the fate
of Europe, and it never entered the
heads of the young girls that some of
their partners were dancing the "dance
of death." Manchester Timea.
The Spider Hawk.
The miners of Colorado who have
built cabins on tho mountain sides know
what a iest the small, brown wood
spider proves to be. They throw their
webs over your best clothes, cooking
utensils and in every corner where you
can get them m your .eyes and mouth.
Not only that, but they will drop into the
frying pan, water bucket or upon the
table when you are eating. But nature
furnished us a remedy and a friend when
she gave us the spider hawk.
J.ne name is given by miners to a
small, steel blue wasp about three-
iourtns or an incn ia lengtn. lie can
easily be recognized by the quick, ner
vous stroke of his wings. The wasps build
a nest up among the rafters of your cabin
of wood pulp or furze from the outei
coating of old dead trees. Then they
are ready for business. Every few min
utes you can see your hawk climbing up
the rafters with a spider, sometimes car
rying one tour or nve times nis own
Sometimes they get a spider so heavy
that they will fall many times before
they succeed in reaching their net.
They never give up, but keep on trying
till they succeed. When the spider is
Bafely placed in the nest the female
hawk deposits her egg in the dead body.
The hawks lives only in pairs, as far a
my observation goes. They become
rather tame. Great Divide.
The national Malay weapon, the kria.
is said to have been invented by a Java
nese monarch of the Fourteenth cen
tury. Its varieties are said to exceed u
hundred, and there are in Javanese no
fewer than fifty names for them. It
varies in size, from the two feet wavy
blade of Sum down to a mere tooth
pick. But the peculiarity is that the
weapon is never ground, but kept rough
and sawlike in edge, by scouring with
lime juice or the juice of an unripe pint
apple, sometimes niixetl with arsensic,
and it is on this account that kri
wounds are so dangerous.
Old specimens are so eaen away by
tins practice tnat tne blade seeraft
formed from a bunch of wires roughly
welded up. Such krises are highly
valued, and some of the ancient ones,
heirlooms of chiefs, with grotesquely
carved and inlaid hilts and sheaths, are
almost unpurchasable. Chambers' Joor
It Often Depends.
A certain prelate had among his sub
ordinates an honest and simple minded
clergyman, who was in the habit of pre
fixing to nearly all his replies the Latin
word "distinguo." One day the prelate.
wishing to divert himself at the expense
of the said clergyman, in the midst cf a
large social gathering, gravely said to
"Mr. Thaddeus, would it be right, in
a case of emergency, to baptize an in -
fant with broth?"
"Distinguo" (that depends), replied th
ecclesiastic. "With broth from yotu
kitchen, it would be very wrong indeed,
but the broth served in the hospital
under your management might very
properly be used for the purpose, as if it
is not pure water, it is not very far off."
Ah, hIio is of our t lixiL:)it itml tiaio.
And wo aro vnnm-ly lmtli to tra e
Through niiliirt of variant iiixu and lime
Ht-r birthright to a m rvilo met!.
in Id tliu tumult nt our day.
Thrilled with the tlr of hoir and (lrcutij.
She t rem In in fi-arlons winu tlm ways
Thnt men hud HowrJit and trod minn-mo.
With Kluddcni-d i-jt'.i him furi H, and none
Shall c hi k lur wnriii, uplifting soul
That Ki-t-H fh.r ijiiio hhiuinif KJul
Like t he new ulory of a huh.
She twin tho i-xiillant m-iiho of life.
And hut tics in t In; Mood of hi rlfu;
Wht-ro men havu climbed, her hiiiuli hh.ill
What men havo tuuht, her tonuo bhull
Fexli'MM in HtniUk'le, ImM in mind.
Fertile In fresh exia-dient, Mron
To hold her ritfht atfuinst tlm wrong,
ToHct-k what others daru to llml,
Shohtuuds uncoued, tinlxiwed, unbent,
Tho ini.it re of her hiijh intent.
Vet nho is but a woman btill.
Who weeps us only women ween,-
Who loves us only women will.
And reaps her joys us women reap:
Whose mystery, in its naered bllr,
Jh the inviolate jmrt of her;
Whose charm is not of man, but blown
Like the wild tohcs, all her own.
.Sweetheart and (lower of fruitful years.
Time ratinot change her smiles and teurb.
Time cannot rob her of the unioo
Which burns liko love liht In her face.
(J sorgo Edgar Montgomery in Fruuk Leslie's.
many women suffer from Ecelvl
Scant Menatruation; thy don't b
who to confide in to get proper ad
Don't confide in anybody but try
a Specific tor PAINFUL, flfoFUSQ
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED end IHREGULJ
Hook to " WOMN " mailed frrJ
BHAUFIELD RECUlKTOR CO.. Atlanta
hold ht all Urugglmt.
A VeutrJIoiuiht Aboard.
"There was a very mad conductor on
the eastbound train tho other night,"
said John D. Pattrson, a Kansas City
man. "Tho car was crowded, and I
shared my seat with a St. Louis drum
mer, who was bent on having a good
time at tho expense of his fellow pas
sengers. As tho conductor came along
a dog under our seat began to snarl
viciously. Tho conductor looked hard
at the drummer. 'No dogs allowed in
the coaches; take him into the baggage
car,' he said. 'Not my dog,' replied tho
drummer, as ho made a vicious kick.
The cur went howling under tho seats
the full length of the car. The passen
gers became interested. The conductor,
porter and brakeman made search
him. lie continued to run and ho
The passengers joined in the search,
no dog could be found, and tho qu .
was finally given up.
"Just as the passengers had settled
into a doze tho dog set up a heart
breaking, ear piercing howl. Ths
search was renewed, but without suc
cess. As wo pulled into Dunker Hill the
dog got under the wheels, and his death
song was something apialling. The
conductor was overjoyed. Ho got oil
and looked for fragments of the dog.
The drummer had alighted, and as the
conductor called all aboard, he put
iown his grips and filled that train from
3ngine to sleeper with dog fights. He
was a ventriloquist. The conductor was
so mad that ho forgot to take up tickets
for forty miles." St. Louis U lobe-Dem
A. N. BULLIVAN.
ittorney Hf-I.aw. Will kJv prompt lf
xi an iiUHiiierM riitrui-tcd to mm. 11
Union block, Kact Hide, Matte moutll, N
at w a
1 r hi. a r i '
Constantly keeps on hand every
you need to furnish your houst
CO UN EH SIXTH AND MAIN HTHKM
Flattsmouth - N
Doctored Its Own Tail.
A small boy gave a lesson in natural
history the other day. He brought into
the office a species of lizard popularly
known as the "swift." Holding the lit
tle reptile above his head ho let it fall
to the floor, with the result that a sec
tion of its tail was broken off. Noticing
that it was minus a part of its prehen
sile organ, the swift, after discovering
the piece of tail lost, backed slowly up
to it, and placing the stub against tho
piece, held it in contact for a few sec
onds, and then ran swiftly away with
his tail glued together, apparently aa
sound as ever.
The experiment was re
tunes, with the same result. Swift gl
could doubtless be used successfully in
sticking dismembered limbs, fingers,
etc., together, and we throw out this
suggestion to local surgeons for what it
is worth. Ontario Observer.
IRST : NATIONAL : HANK
OK TLATTSMOUTH. NKBKAHKA
Paid up capital ....
rs tne very bent facilities for the pr
n aiiPttcuou oi Humiliate
mock, bondH. Rold, government and oei
:unuc doukiii and sold. Deposits rec
ilid interest allowed ou the certlt
Ljrans orawn, available In any part of
ii iicu maiee auu all the principal towi
JOLLKCTIOMJ MADK AND I'KUMPTLT RK
Hlhesi n.arkct price pmd for County
rants, Htate ana County bends.
John Klf7nraid D. Ilnwkftwon
nam wauKii, r. K. White
ieore E. Dovpy
ohn Fitzgerald, 8. WatiKh.
J. V. JOIINrj
-ooOT H EOrjo-
peated several j G i l rA G II S - Bail
ilt. Swift glue 1 1 1
Capital Paid in
A New Element in a Mineral.
It is reported that a new element has
been recognized in a mineral found in
Egypt by Johnson Pasha in 1890. This
mineral, first called "Johnsonite," bu
afterward inasrite, consists mainly ol
aluminium, manganese, cobalt and iron
in combination with sulphuric acid. It
dissolves in water and j ields on treat
ment with sulphuric hj'drogen in an
acetic acid solution a white precipitate,
from which a pure hydroxide was pre
pared. New York Journal.
ir li .uthman. J W Johnson, E H ired
uenry niKeubary, ft! W Morgan, J
A Connor. W Wettenkamp, W
A general bnnxing1 buniiie8 tra
ncted. Intercut allowed on
She Uid and She Didn't.
When you save a lady from being
killed in a runaway and she saye
"Thanks," she really means, "The next
time you do anything of that sort please J
don t muss the lace on my dress." Ii
she really felt any sense of gratitude
she would exclaim, "Call around and
I'll introduce you to my youngest sis
ter." Detroit Tribune.
Plattsraouth - . Nebra
It Did .Seem Strange.
Excited Lady (on the beach) Why isn t
something done for that ship in distress?
Why don't some of you
Coast Guard (hurriedly) We havo
sent the crew a line to come ashore,
Excited Lady Good gracious! Wer
they waiting for a formal invitation?
New York Observer.
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
catholic at. i-aul's Church, ak. hetwJ
Kifth and Sixth. Father Cauiey, Past
v. . . D 1 H,,u '& a. M. Hun
bchool at 2 :3o, with benediction.
G'HitisTiAX. Comer iMc.unt and Elplitli
services moriiiiii' and evenlinr M,i.r
vauoway pastor. Sunday Bcliool 10.
Epih'jopai St. Luke's Church, corner:
aou inc. nev. ii K. hsuieere. pa'.
vices : u a. m. and 7 :30P. m. Sunday 8cl
10 A. VI J
Muscular Exercise and Health.
As many diseases, prominent amon;
which are these of the abdominal and
pelvic organs, are the consequences of
congestion, and as good circulation does
much for the prevention of such coa
gestion, muscular exercise, by improv
ing the general circulation both by in
creasing the activity of the heart and
aiding in the venous return, will do
much to prevent a large class of dis
eases. Dr. J. M: Rice in Popular Sci
If the Earth Was Frozen.
If this globe were cooled down to 200
degs. below the zero of centigrade it
would be covered with a sea of liquefied
gas thirty-five feet deep, of which about
seven feet would be liquid oxygen.
The boa and its allies are entirely con
fined to America, Australia and the
tropical Pacific islands. The pythons,
on th other hand, are mostlv from the
in Persia the umbrella was of ancient
oyal distinction. In Hindostan the
title of "chattrapati" signifies "lord of
the umbrella, or shade of state.
How Watch Crystals Are Made.
Watch crystals are made by blowing
a sphere of glass about one yard in
diameter, after which the diks are cut
from it by means of a pair of compasse3
having a diamond at the extremity of
one leg. New York Journal.
There are about 55,000 tons of soot re
covered from the chimneys of Londou
every year, which yield an annnal
revenue of nearly $225,000.
IrKKNAV METHODIST. Comer Sixth Rt.
uramie. nev. uirt. raetor. Henrlce : 11 ,
ouu . .ou I-. si. ouuaay scnooi io jo a. h
Pkf.sbytfkian. Services m new church
ner Sixth and Granite sts. Key. J. T. Kj
paaior. Dunaay-scnool at 8 : 30 : Preac
at 11 a. m.eiid 8 n. m.
The Tc. K. a. C. E ot this church meets el
BaoDatn evening at 7 :15 in the baement
thechucrh. All are invited to attend the
Fihst Methodist. Sixth St.. betwen M'
oiiu rran, nev. L,. r Brltt. O. D. Dat
services: 11 a.m.. 8:00 P. m. Sunday Schd
trayer meeting v eanesday ev
x nwnrreniAjr. uorner Main aA
Aymu. ivev. w nte, pastor. Service usul
uouis. ouoaay bcqooi 9 JO a. m.
Swkedish CoifOBF.oATioNAi- Granite. b
COLOKED BAPTIST. Mt. Olive. Oak. betw
lentu and fcleventh, Kev. A. Hoewell. pa
tor. serv ices 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Fray.!
... ii cuucsuajr evening.
There was snow in maay parts or
Iowa and Illinois on May 11, 1473, and
again as late as May 23, l&si.
xoysa ftiKN's Chrirtiak Ausociatt.!
i.o)nis in aternian block, Main strerc Go
i-ci uieeuuK. or men only, every Sunday i
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Koom open week dj
j viij o-ou ui., i n v : ou p. in.
BOUTH rABK TABEBN ACLK. Rev. J.
v ooa, a.tor. Services: Sunday Be
j a. in.: i-reacniDK. li a. m. and 8 p,
r -" '"""K iueoy niKnt ; cnot
tice Irriday DiKht AU are welco y