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Till! WKKKLY I1KUALI): PLATTSMOUTH. X E KRASKA. APRIL 13, ISM.
It's l!ipinm- Wirt o' loi,wme lt" Sand'f
diy tn me,
5l 'peni-a liko- moiVti any day I nearly aver
Vit. with the Mars and mriet abort, a-flut-
Irriti In tl.r ulr.
Ju er'ry wilairr'a uruve I'd love to lay a Illy
1'liry Niy. tlioiikli. Itaoraliou days Is Kliierly
"Most rv'rvM hurra- vsmhIiuIi) by sulilii-r Im.vn
SljllncHl.il litoi tx-r'i tii'MT went '!iolu
In niiii ' fart. tw'rHiilhi I, mi. o mi !). i.rutKin
J'hi'y xiiy tlio old !) niur l.vs t ti touku Hit
at rift h In column td'Hixl.
A-fcilli iin tin. old ur tiiniw llii'j'r pliij in on
tht liand -
And niiztin all Jlnhi Iti-and little i liihlicii
.Ml limn hln iiiuIit ahfllr if tin- . nil.
lilt and liluii.
Willi tohch! niM-f: r'.--; .'r i'i in Hie
Jl nil crowd o' llnlii Kil ls lu whitf. Jwtt tmrlv
liiailril dun u!
Oh! dun't tin' tti j m know It, from tlutr amp
am-.t I liu hill?
IVm't tin') Me thcyr i'iim'ai'ii ioiiiIhk und tlx
old II m; uiivin mill
5 hi cnii't thn) liuar lliu biiKul and tlto rut tie
itla't tlnsy !n way under lienvnns thuy mi,
rli kollt'Ll us miiir-?
Ain'lthiiy no way wo ran coax Yin tlnoiinl
1 lie rosea Jimt to Miy
Tliey know that ev'iy day on t-auli'a llir-yi
We've trli'd tliat-incaiid motliur where Klini-
takes IiIh ri-t,
Iv'n thn on Inn il, In lilMtiiilfoitn.iiiid hiindsacrost
And the Unit he died fer Biuilln and a-npillii
in the hri'i'.u
JVIxive hid tcruvu, and over thai the robin In I In
.And y It It'a loiiesoino-lonesiima-tt'a aSund'y
day to nie,
l. 'iK'iirs llke-moro'n nny day I nearly rver
Aiill, with tho slurs and stripes above, u-llul-
teiin In the ulr,
On ev'ty noldiur's truvo I'd love to lay a lily
James Whltconib Hlli')'
Choosing a Model.
When antuliu in Paris wants toon
.i'jiRe a model, tlm diflVri'iit models
r'si'nt tlninsclvt's with their prop
vrtivH and go through their various
Eittlo tricks like peifonniiiK iniue.
Ouo woman will put m a cot't'eo aek
apron and take out of her hag a po
fcito ami u knifo and pwl it dexter
ously. Kho is a jiensnut and will on
ago for interiors, or if you prefer
will exchange tho iotato for knitting.
Thoro nro always monks iu almn
; lance, tho Capuchins tioiug tho favor
Ho. Tlu-so will jerk on their hiiMta
tiko a lightning chiingo artivt. grah
ti heir headu and npread a dovotiotial
4'xik over their faces as if it were a
jdaster. A littlo St. John will strip
Jiiinself in a twinkling, switch out u
j)ieeoof Kheeptskin, gird himself and
JuljiiKt a crook of rattan. After these
models liavo gone through their little
t ricks tho istudio takes a vote, and the
iiuodel that gets the most votes is cho
mv.'u. New York Evening Sun.
Why Yawiiinif Is Healthy.
"Not only is it very healthy to
..yawn," says a French physician, '"'hut
.-artificial yawning hhoulil lie resorted
to in cases of wire throat, buzzing of
tho oars, catarrh and like troubles."
ft is said to Iks as efficacious in its
way as gargling tho throat, with
which process it should bo combined.
Tho reason stated is that during the
sict of yawning there is considerable
stretching of tho muscles of thephar
yux and soft palate, which aro iu
his way put through a sort of mas--sago,
liesidos this, in tho act of
pawning the throat tubes contract
..and drive into the pharynx tho mu
.U3 that has accumulated. -New
What I'apas An I'or.
For the period "when the lamp is
lighted, and it is not iniito ltcdtime,"
Ithe very best way to amuse littlo
children is to have their piijui take
them on his knee and tell them a
story alKuit a bear, or an Indian, or
"Tho Bold Sherilf of Chickasaw," or
how the sailors catch whales. This
is what papas are for at this particu
lar hour, and the children like noth
iug else so well. - Cor. New York lie
limit Editor That new society re
jiorter won't do. He has not mas
iered tU' first principles of modern
Mauager-Ehf What's tin- matter,
Great Editor- lie says "handsome
tfy dressed" instead of "smartly
gowned." -New York Weekly.
Mrs. Whitney's will was written on
single sheet of foolscap paper, but
it left fcl.IHiii.oiHi to her husband
This should lie a lesson to young
writers that it is possilile to say a
goitl deal some times in very little
It is an interesting fact, which jkt
liapsbutfew stoji to consider when
about to swallow a doctor's preserip
lion, thattheanimal kingdom affords
::nany most useful and powerful rem
.wlioH in tho treatment ot disease.
iv-nator IVoctor think thatthene
i f 30 years is the highest at which an
-irmr recruit should lie enlisted in
.tiinu of peace, and that soldiers of
that ago cau do any amount of fight
So many Spanish coins are licing
inearthed in (ieoigia lit Ids that it
xvou'ff pmbalily prove a good invest
n?nt for someUaly to purchase a lot
f gri.Miid and go into the business
' Vim l. ttoekcf'i'lU'r is a deacon in
,1hvj;b ho attends in New York
aiiid .io.0t consider it beneath his
dignity tcnss around the coutribu-
ran Acalnnt a It illr iad Was Sot-
tlr.l Without a Trial.
"An amusing incident of which 1
was a iiiet and satisfied ohserver
haiiiened the other day," said a
you:i attorney co:iin cted with the
legal dej ai tment of one of the great
railways "I was sent down in In
diana to see what I could make out
(if a case which tho consignee of
some lumber had against us. The
!u:nbcr had been billed to this man
and sent do-.vn with a lot of other
lumlier to men at the same place.
By mistake the complainant's lum
ber was given to the wrong person
und was used, in consilience of
which when the man demanded his
limiher the agent was in a quandary.
He could not deliver it Ixrauso he
did not have it. Ho could not cause
its return, liocauso it had leen con
verted into houses. The case was dead
ug..inst tho company, and tho least
that I expected to do was to get the
man to accept tho value of 'tho lum-iK-r.
Tho plaintiff brought his suit
in a justice court. Before the trial
tho magistrate and tho plaintiff had
some words on another matter. At
any rate when tho complainant was
placed upon tho stand ho was in a
very angry frame of mind, but not
against tho company. Therein lay
" 'What is your name?' asked the
" 'Sir,' said tho complainant, be
coming moro wroth.
" 'What is your uaiuoK' again was
" 'My name is Charles White.'
"'Where do you live?' was the
next question. This added insult to
injury. White thought tho justice
wus trifling with him.
" 'Just where I always livi d, ho
hissed out; 'and you know blamed
well,' ho added, and jumping down
out of tho chair ho said, addressing
his attorney: "Dismiss the case. I'll
have nothing to do with this blamed
"The case was dismissed. I had
won without saying a word.
"Some remark was niado about
" 'Let him whistle for his costs,'
White said in ho walked out of the
" 'Why did you let your man dis
miss his case J I asked White's law
yer. " 'Ho would have fired mo if I had
objected,' said tho shrewd practition
er." Chicago Mail.
The Gibraltar of today can only
bo victualed by the good will of
Spain. If we were unhappily at war
with Spain und desired to victual tho
place, we should first have to silenco
the Spanish batteries round the bay,
and if these batteries were construct
ed as modern science enables them
to bo constructed we certainly could
not silence thorn, unless we landed,
anil by slow and laborious methods
captured them. This would practi
cally involvo an invasion of Spain on
a comparatively large scale, for until
wo had fully effected our object Gib
raltar would have to remain unre
lieved. In the last century relief from si a
ward could only be prevented bv way
of tho sea. In the present, itca-i a -n
ho prevented by way of the haul
Tims have tho modern devclnp:uen;s
of gunnery altered the situation to
our prejudice. Fortnightly i-v, w
Courteous r.iinillts ol t hin;,.
Tho robbers of China are handed
together and t'onn a jx.iwt i lr.l com
pact. If a bank in the city wishes to
send a large amount of money to Po
king, the banker scuds a gift to the
chief of the banditti infesting the ter
ritory through which tho money is
about to pass, telling him the time
the silver will 1k sent and requesting
that it bo not disturbed. When such
a request is made, accompanied by a
handsome present, it i usually hon
ored. These banditti are not the
only roblicrs. The government is en
gaged in the same business. Taxes
are very high, and every time one
comes in contact with tho rulers it
costs something. - Cor. Louisville
lion's Your liiestY
Any one cau increase the size of
his chest two or three inches in as
many months without the use of any
apparatus or mechanical contrivance
whatever. When he rises in the
morning, let him go out into the pur
est air he can find, raise, his arms to
the height of shoulders, tho palms
downward, then while inhaling a
deep breath gradually extend them
upward unjil the backs of tho hands
touch uIkivo his head. Do this a dozen
times every morning, and the result
will be a chest development that will
surprise any one who in not made
The UriiBi Major.
The dignitary known as drum ma
jor was not generally recognized in
the English army till the close of the
reign of Charles I. Corporal punish
ment up to the time of William 111
was executed by the provost marshal
and his deputies, but afterward the
drummer was intrusted with tho
task. Among the records of tho
Coldstream guards is an order that
"the drum major beanswerahle that
no cat has more than nine tails." In
Hit! I a drum major of the parliamen
tary army received Is. (id. pay per
diem. All tho Year Round.
BRIGNOLI A f DINNER.
it of Anger Mr Yanked On" the Table
cloth and Smashed Kverything.
One night Iiriu-iiuli invited several
friends to sup with him after a per
formance in Baltimore, and on reach
icg hisapartnients found the table set
and the waiters in readiness to liegin
bringing in the dishes. Ho was ex
tremely particular alxmt the appear
ance of his table, and always took a
critical view of the crockery, si! . ;
linen, etc., lieforo inviting his friends
to sit down, (hi this occasion his
eaglo eye discovered several small
holes in the tablecloth, and his auger
was all attaine in an instant.
Too full of wrath to speak, he
caught hold of the corner of the
cloth and gave ono long, quick jerk,
clearing tho table completely and
scattering knives, forks, spoons,
plates, etc., all over the room. The
astounded waiters ran to the proprie
tor with the tale, and when he ar
rived on tho scene there was (lunger
in his eye.
Brignoli knew he was in serious
trouble, and forthwith brought into
play all his cunning to get out of it.
He pretended that the waiters had
treated him in a most outrageous
manner; that the tablecloth was not
fit for a hog to eat off of; that the
dinner was cold; that tho wines
were warm in short, he made the
proprietor believe that everything
was just as bad as jiossible. Then
ho began to mollify him by praising
How was it that ewry one he
knew in tho whole United States had
recommended it to him? How could
it bo that good people thought so
well of it? Evcrylody had told him
that it was the only first class hotel
in Baltimore. And this and this
was the way a guest was treated 1
Surely there was some mistake.
Tho landlord could not possibly know
that ono of his guests had been so
itnixised on I No first class house
would submit to it!
In short, tho wily old fellow mad'
tho landlord thiuk him tho most
abused man on earth, and they were
soon the best of friends. The land
lord himself attended to the setting
of tho table. The best of everything
in tho house was put on it, and an
excellent dinner was served at his
exiienso. Brignoli gave tho waiters
$10 each for having hurt their feel
iugs.-New York Tribune.
A Juke of a Court Fool.
The term fool is often misapplied.
Thus, Charles the Simple was no fool,
but a man of extraordinary simplicity
and strength of mind and feeling.
So Homer, when he called Telema
chus a fool or "silly," did not employ
tho word as a term of reproach, but
Tho court fool, or jester, was for
merly nn important person in the
households of kings and princes. His
influence over his master was consid
erable, and many clever sayings of
fools are still iu existence.
Charles the Simple had a joste
named Jean, who one morning tried
his master's nerves by rushing into
his room with the exclamation: "Oh.
sire, such news! Four thousand men
have risen in tho city !"
"What!" cried tho startled king.
"With what intention have they
"Well," replied the jester, "prob
ably with the intention of lying down
again at bedtime." - Youth's Compan
ion. lied Hair and Krei kles.
Science explains tho phenomenon
of red hair thus: "Itiscaused by asu
lerabundance of iron in the blood.
This it is that imparts the vigor, the
elasticity, tho great vitality, the over
flowing, thoroughly healthy animal
life which runs riot through the
veins of the ruddy haired, and this
strong animal life is what renders
them moro intense in all their emo
tions than their more languid fellow
creatures. The excess of iron is also
the cause of freckles on the peculiarly
clear, white skin which always ac
companies red hair. This skin is ab
normally sensitive to the action of
the sun's rays, which not only bring
out the little brown spots in abun
dance, but also burn like a mustard
plaster, producing a queer, creepy
sensation, at if tho skin was wrin
kling up." -Analyst.
What Are We Coming To?
The following is printed "for true
in a London journal:
Th house of a well known lady
novelist was the other day observed
to be shrouded in the gloom of drawn
curtains and lowered blinds. Sym
pathetic friends presently called to
inquire what family affliction had
taken place. They were admitted
into the darkened drawing room,
where, clad in deep mourning and
holding a clean tocket handkerchief
in her hand, tho lady novelist sat,
weeping, upon the couch. A sympa
thetic and inquiring murmur from
the visitors elicited a fresh burst of
tears as the lady sobbed forth: "Af
fliction? Yes, I should think so. My
hero is just dead !"
The Hummed Hook.
"The liorrowed book." What a text
for a sermon, said a clever author.
If I looks are borrowed, mar them not ;
neither turn down the leaves, and,
above all. be careful to return them
in as good a state of preservation as
when liorrowtMl. To write on the
margins is unpardonable, vulgar, ill
bred. Good Housekeeping.
tint Work 1 to Die.
Lalmr is misunderstood and even
despised by too many people. It is,
alwve all, looked down upon as
drudgery to which ouo submits in
order to get food. He who has food,
it is thought, has no need for work:
but he who has not must work of
necessity. Both of these do harm
I -distinguish two kinds of idlers
those who are lazy and those who
labor with complaining. It is time.
then, to leestablish tho dignitv of
work. How is ono to do it? By the
fact that all should work without
any exception. Having admitted that
work is a law of life, it is impossible
to find any pretext by which a man
may l exemot from it. Ho who
will not lalnir in the spirit of this su
preme law is condemned to extinc
tion. He will perish of internal dis
ease, consumed by his imprisoned
energies, which become transformed
When there is no movement, na
ture cannot ierform her duty, and so
rusts and corrupts. Aro you doing
nothing, young man? That isenouvh.
I would rather hear that you had
the cholera, because that only kills
and contaminates tho hotly. The dis
ease of idhuess preying uion you
will destroy the whole man. You
aro not only infected yourself, but
you constitute a center of infection.
In a well organized society he who is
convicted of an evil such as yours
should bo condemned to death a
death of public iufamy, a death by
starvation. Tho man who has bread
in abundanco and lives without work
on tho labor of others, or ho who has
no bread, but idly liegs it or steals,
as may lmppen ho should know
there- is no place for him in a world
governed by the law of lalor and of
joint responsibility. Ho falls from
tho tree like tho dead leaves. "Jeu
St ron u ltooni of a Hunk.
A strong room in a bank is an apart
ment upon the construction of which
a good deal of caroand ingenuity are
expended. It is designed to givo so
curity against firo, thieves and fall
ing buildings. On the outsido are
firebricks, in tho insido a lining of
steel half an inch in thickness, and
between the two aro 13 inches of
solid concrete in which the iron ribs
of tho structure are imbedded. The
door is of great thickness, but that is
not its most remarkable feature.
The most ingenious cracksman would
lie lucky if he discovered within a
week the twists and turns by which
it is made to withdraw its numerous
and heavy Wilts.
Then the making of tho keys would
probably engage his attention anoth
er week. Nor would this lie all.
When lie got tho door opened, he
would have a no less difficult task in
getting 1-eyond tho ponderous steel
bars which form an additional har
rier. But before ho accomplished this
electric liells would have announced
his presence, and ero ho was aware
of his danger he would wish that ho
had not attempted so foolish an ex
Trading In riitiiKonia.
It is a lucky thing for the natives
of southern Bat agoni: that the navi
gation of the Straits of Magellan is
dangerous. Vessels often anchor in
the straits for the night on this ac
count, and this gives tho crooked
legged natives a chance to come out
in their canoes and trade with tho
ship's company. The chief articles
offered by tho natives are furs of va
rious kinds, especially of the sea ot
ter. These they sell for a trifle, nr
more otteu barter for the few things
they need. The best otter skins are
worth as much ns $G00 to $700 when
brought to civilized markets, but
Patagonians offer only poor skins.
New York Sun.
disease Dr. Tierce'e Golden Med
ical Discovery. In a way, that you
can understand, too, by purifying
tho blood. When you're weak,
dull And languid, or when blotches
and eruptions appear that's the
time to take it, no matter what the
season. It's easier to prevent than
to have to cure.
For all diseases caused by a tor
pid liver or impuro blood, Dyspep
sia, Biliousness, Scrofulous, Skin, or
Scalp Diseases even Consumption
(or Lung -scrofula), in its earlier
stages, the " Discovery " is the only
remedy that's guaranteed. If it
does'nt benefit or cure, you have
your money back.
You pay only for the 17000? you
The proprietors of Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy lose (500 if you're
not cured of "Catarrh. Tliey prom
ise to pay you that if they can't
cure you. what do yon lose by
trying it? Is there anything to
risk, except your Catarrh?
& (SHOES, f
WM. HEROLD J SON.
A This is the Largest One Shipment of Shoes
T t vt r Received in this city consisting of
i EVERY STYLE OF SHOE MADE,
tor humanity from infancy to old agv.
J SACRIFICE SALE f
of Ladies Jackets the Halatid of the Month J
J CALL - IN - AND - fiX.MIE i
506 AND 507
HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
A nnlP Tfeoc ' veiirxulil lir-.t clnss, lewlim;!
.J-VkJiJJC 1 CCo, vnrit't ii-m. Urn Diivis. I. ,lm;, -I
tliiinw. Wins SiipM, Criini'-(inlili'ii KimI
Juno, Keurly Harvest, Mo. ripi.ins,
R.nrlv Riohmnno ! wu
Early Richmond, KK::;10:
Plum Trees Three years old 40
Quinces, Champion &
uaraen Hoots--Asparagus .
Small FrUitS, Currant llii-lie "ly"y
GfCi rinc t'niii-iird ami Moor's Karly
Raspberries, Gregg Tyler..
ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO
J. E. LEESL . PLATTS MOUTH, NEB.
F G. FRICKE & CO.,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A CDMPI.ETK STOCK OK
Drugs, : Medicines, : Paints,
AND OILS. 1KT '.GISTS' Sl'NDKIKS AND I'l K'K LI(Jf()KS.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED atjua HOURS.
-ELY'S CREAM BALM -( hmiM-n thr ...iWf
Pumuifi.. lll.ikM 1.. 1...
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Apv'v intn the .Wn7.
ON A DOLLAR. r
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