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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1896)
OnoTear, cash in advance, 11.23.
Six Months, cash In advance 75 Cents.
Entered at the X orthPlatte (Nebraeia)postofllcetts
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1896.
The ladies' guild will meet
with Mrs. Doolittle Friday after
noon. The addition to the Baptist
church will be dedicated on Sunday
Mrs. David Hunter and O. A.
Hostetter, of Sutherland, are in
Elder Leonard held quarterly
meeting services at Brady Island
Sunday, returning home yesterday
Last month was the coldest
November since 1881, and with
that excepton was the coldest on
The weather forecast issued by
Observer PiercT to-day is snow
with risinjr temperature: snow
. The Town Topics" company
came in from the west this morn
ing and will play at the opera
The Union Pacific, company
will begin filling its ice houses in
this city. The ice will be cut
from the Gothenburg lake and is
said to be excellent in quality. It
will require about 500'car loads to
fill the houses.
will the mile-long
"ravel trains be seen wendincf their
way eastward. Work at Sherman
Hill has been discontinued, and the
big steam shovel which has been in
operation for the past six months
has been housed for the season.
The gravel taken out at Sherman
has been used by the company for
ballast, making roundhouse floors,
depot walks, etc. About 12,600 cars
have been shipped from the pits
and it is said tliat next season s
work will be greatly in excess of
this year's. Sidney Telegraph.
-Attorneys Smith and Leavitt
of the Union Pacific legal depart
ment and Chief Canada of the
secret service department are in
town to day for the purpo se of at
tending the damage suit brought
against the company by George
Ostrander. The suit is for dam
ages in the sum of $4,593 and grows
out of Ostrander's arrest and im
prisonment on suspicion that he
was one of the fellows who held up
the mail train near Brady Island
on the night of August 20th, 1895.
After'being in jail four dars Os
trander was discharged from cus
tody. He says he was not only ar
rested without a warrant, but was
kept in jail without cause, no war
rant being obtained for his arrest
even after he had been imprisoned.
The damages asked are of course
extortionate, yet the prevailing
opinion seems to be that some sum
will be awarded him for the four
days he was detained in durance
vile. Hoagland & Hoagland are
counsel for Ostrander.
AVill Soon be Here.
We have a fine assortment
of pretty little gifts suitable
for any one.
D. C. Stapleton, formerly of the
south part of of the county, and who
still has an equity in a large bod'
of land near Wallace, has just re
turned from a trip to London. For
some time past he has been em
ployed as an immigration promoter
and agent for the sale of railroad
lands. In speaking of Mr. Staple
ton the Omaha Bee of last evening
says: Mr. Stapleton said that he
found the interests and the confi
dence in the west among the Britons
at its high water mark. He was
particularly hopeful that during
the coming year considerable Brit
ish capital would find it way to Ne
braska for investment. He said
that the electiou of William Mc
Kinley and the consequent settle
ment of the financial question
has gone a long way toward re
assuring the Englishmen of the fu
ture pt the west. Mr. Stapleton
has an office in London, but spends
most of his time traveling through
the country. He mingles consider
ably with the upper classes and
finds his work very agreeable. - He
has unusually good opportunities
for learning the feeling of the
jnoneyed classes toward Nebraska
ttndVdtber states and -when -he-says
the sentiment is a friendly one the
statement is worth considering.
Dr. R. M. Fisher will be or
dained a minister at the Baptist
church on Tuesday evening of next
Mrs. Laher and son. of Well-
fleet, took out naturalization papers
in the district court this morninj
Dave Scott was kicked in the
face by a horse the other day and
now has a bandage over his left eye
The Drimarv classes of the
Presbyterian Sunday school will
give an entertainment at the church
An open service was held by
the Christian Endeavor at the Pres
byterian church Sunday evening;
Armenia being the subject con
sidered. Prof. Garlichs has selected his
cast for "The Sorcerer, and re
hearsals will begin within a few
days. The cast has nine characters
and the chorus is a large one. It is a
very pretty opera full of catchy
The cold weather has inter
fered somewhat with work on the
new Union Pacific ice house. The
ice frozen on the roof boards pre
vents the laying oi shingles on the
north side of the building.
Fireman Perkins was struck on
the leg by the spout of the water
tank at Lodge Pole last night and
sustained injuries which necessi
tated him abandoning his engine.
He came down on No. 2 this inoru
ing, conveyed to his home, and a phy
sician was summoned.
Judge Neville has been in Lin
coln for several days consulting with
the leading populists as to what
action shall be taken in the supreme
judgeship matter. The Judge is
very anxious to get on the bench
and is working hard to contrive
some way in which it can be accom
plished. Underwear all kinds at .The
Wilcox Dept. Store,
Kellner & Co. are sinking eight
wells from which the' will pump
water to fill their lake. The firm
has purchased the old bottling
works and will fill it with ice tor
next summer's use. Not having
the lake in readiness they could not
bid on the contract tor
Union Pacific ice houses
Judge Norris did not reach
town in time to open district court
yesterday, but the session was
promptly opened on time this morn
ing. Judge Norris will hear those
cases in which Judge Grimes was
interested as counsel. This tore
noon was consumed in going
through the docket and making
certain disposition of the cases.
Dr. Hardesty, of May wood, at
tempted to commit suicide at Wal
lace last week. First he whacked
at an artery in the wrist, then he
attempted to cut his throat and
then twisted a sheet with the pur
pose of hanging himself. He was
thwarted in these attempts by the
timely interference of friends. The
Doctor is demented and will be sent
to the asylum.
A Sunday dispatch trom Denver
says: jxeceiver irumbull ot the
Gulf railroad admitted vesterdav
that the purposeof the visit of Gen
Granville M. Dodge to Colorado was
to look over the system with a view
to prepairing at once to take the
various lines of the Gulf out of the
hands ot the court. The Union
Pacific, Denver & Gulf, the Denver,
Leadville & Gunnison, the Chey
enne JNortliern, tlie Denver &
Pacific, the Denver, Texas & Ft.
Worth and the Colorado Central
i i "ii i -i
rauruaus win ue loinoa into one
compact line. It is said to be an
open secret in railroad circles that
Dodge and other large holders of
Union Pacific stocks and bonds
ive given up au nope or passing
the Pacific funding bill. The Union
Pacific, with its immense debts.
will be thrown on the hands of the
government and all of its branches
are now fighting for separate cor
Last Sunday evening Dr.Fisher
delivered a sermon on the "Seven
wonders ot North Platte ' at the
Baptist church. The seven wond
ers consisted of the vice and im
morality which does.or is supposed,
to exist in this city, and in his
enumeration the D.octor made a
rather severe arraignment of our
mayor and the county sheriff. He
said he was creditably informed
that the sheriff had been seen play
ing cards with minors on Sunday
in the back room ot a saloon.
Sheriff Miller, as soon as he heard
ot this statement, took exceptions
and denied its truthfulness. In
fact it made the sheriff pretty warm
under the collar, and he at once
employed council to bring a civil
action against Dr. Fisher. Sheriff
Miller stated this morning that his
attorneys were at work on the case
and that an information would
probably be made out to-day. Asked
as to what the charge against the
Doctor would be, the sheriff stated
that it had not at thattime been
definitely; settled.- Jtjs-thought an
attempt will be made to settle the
matter before it gxes into court.
Is all right, but the X dollar bill will buy
more Furniture now than' ever before.'
We have an elegant line of
PICTURE AND ROOM MOULDING.
Now is the time to have your chairs and couches up
holstered. Bring them in and we will give you good
work at reasonable prices.
. ' E. B. WAKNER-
Our Great Dress Goods Sale
Handsome novelties in dress patterns in all
" colors now on sale.
All our fine 75c all-wool novel ties -44-inch wide afc 50 cts.
1.90 all-wool black Henriettas. at - - - 75 cts.
50 cent Novelties go at - - 25 cents per yard.
Call and examine these before they are all sold, as
they are the greatest bargains ever offered.
BENNIE S. BENNIE S. 4 BENNIE S.
,4Doc" Sizemore has repapered
and otherwise improved the appear
ance of his barber shop.
Smoke Wright's Royal Sports
and Havana Rose 5-cent cigar.
Switch engine 1205 jumped the
track in the yards Saturday which
resulted iu some little damage to
the tank trucks.
The annual election of officers
ot the Third ward nose company
will be held next Thursday evening
at the hose house.
Mrs. Milton Doolittle enter
tained about twentv young" ladies
Saturday afternoon in favor of Miss
Wood and Miss Cummmgs.
Judge Grimes and Court Reporter
Scharmann left Sunday lor the west
part of the state, where the Judge
will hold court this week.
--Mazeppa Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, will hold its annual nomi
nation of officers next Friday even
ing. All members are requested to
Henry Rebhausen has severed
his connection with Harrington &
Tobin after several years of faith
ful service. He has not fully de
cided what he will do in the future.
The Wilcox Dept. Store will
order you barb wire for $2.85 a hun
dred delivered ih North Platte.
The recent cold snap caused a
momentary suspension of grading
on the several irrigation ditches,
but the weather will probably mod
erate sufficiently to warrant a re
sumption of the work.
On Friday night last the mer
cury dropped to thirteen degrees
below zero, the lowest so far this
seson and as low as at any time
during last whiter. It looks as
though a hard winter was setting
Stove pipe 15c a joint, elbows
10c at The Wilcox Dept. . Store.
Chas. P. Ross returiied Suuday
night from Keith county, where he
had been employed for a week or so
on engineering work along the line
of the Alfalfa district irrigation
ditch. He says dirt on this ditch is
being moved very rapidly.
The records of the U, S. signal
office show that the coldest Decern
ber since the establishment of the
office was in 1879, when the average
was fifteen decrees. The coldest
December day was the day before
Christmas in 1879. when the mer
cury dropped to 27 below zero. The
average precipitation for December
is fifty-seven one hundredths of an
inch, but during that mouth
1877 it amounted to nearly four
inches. The highest velocity at
tained by any December wind was
on the 4th ot that montu in
when it registered 72 miles an hour.
The wave of prosperity is grad
ually sweeping over the country
audNebraska and Lincoln county is
receiving evidence of it. In proof of
this we cite the fact that between.
the hours ot 9 and 11:30 a. m. yes
terday Judge Ray issued four mar
iage licenses. The parties to
whom these licenses were issued
were David B. White and Bessie
Leach, of Hershey; L. D. Reneau of
McPherson Co. and Lilly M. New
berry of Hershey; Theo. Stephens
and Sophia Kitttle ot Maxwell; and
Griffin Kittle and Josie DeWitt
of Maxwell. The former couple
Mr. White and lady were mar
ried by Judge Ray. The Tribune
trusts none of the above will ever
have cause to regret the step they
have taken, and wishes them one
d all along "and pfos"pefbus fu
-For the Next Ten Days.
Red Men's Masquerade Ball
January 22d, 1897.
The Wilcox Dept. Store has
that stove board you need at about
one-half usual price.
Fifty or more country resi
dents are in town this week attend
ing court in the capacity of wit
nesses or jurors.
Messrs. Barnum, Graves, Pool
Dalson and Sorenson were hunting
in the neighborhood of Brady Sat
urday and returned with ninety
quail and six jack rabbits.
Treasurer Buchanan is now en
gaged in sending-out notices to res
idents of the county who are delin
quent on personalty taxes. There
are about 1500 such persons in the
county, and those who do not pay
up their 1895 tax by December 15th
next, will have issued against their
property a distress warrant. It
will therefore be well for delinquents
to pay promptly aritl save costs o
The Pythian" social -Friday
evening was not very largely at
tended on account of the cold
weather. The programme rend
ered consisted of recitations by
Miss Hildegard Johnson, Florence
Stamp . and Dr. Fisher, solos by
Miss Minnie Sorenson and C. F.
Scharmann, duett bv Miss Searle
and Miss Sorenson, and selections
by the K. P. quartette. Following
the programme card games
YOUR EYES NEED
We'll tell you alter scien
tifically testing them. This
service aud advice are free.
It glasses are needed, we
select the best and most ef
fective kind, and
moderately for them.
Optician and Jeweler.
Fine Watch and Jewelrv Re
pairing a Specialty.
We haye received but one reply
to our request for opinions frojii
Lincoln county farmers as to the
best time for holding farmers' in
stitutes and the topics the farmers
would like to hear discussed. We
asked for these opinions upon the
suggestion of Prof. Taylor, of the
state university, who has charge of
the institutes conducted under the
auspices of the university. It would
seem that the farmers of this coun
ty are not particularly interested in
William Jennings Roche paid
an election wager Saturnay after
noon by turning an orgauette on
the First National bank corner for
two and one-half hours. The 4 -con
cert had been widely advertised.
and as a result a large crowd sur-
rounded Mr. Roche during his per-;
formance. Mr. R. was supposed to
represent a man who had been !
"stricken blind working for the sil-i
. . . . I
vermine owners, ana in addition
iu u. oil ii cx l. tvuic gugjjua uvci ilia
eyes. Me was tne subject ot mucu
"frurinfr'1 frnm fli rrrnv1 Htih 1i
took this good-naturedly and per
formed the conditions of the wager
fairly and completely. Arthur Mc
$amara, who was the winner in
the wager, made things as com
fortable as possible for Mr. Roche.
The contributions, which will be
amounted to $12.25.
PEESOKAL, XETI0N. v
E. B. Warner went to Omaha
last night. ' - -
W. V. Hoagland is home. f rjom a
weeks' stay in Lincoln.
Robert Finue, of Sidne3 is
visiting his parents in town.
Mrs. Dell I. Davis was the guest
of Gothenburg friends last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fredk. Baker have
been visiting in Omaha for several
Miss Jessie Bullard is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Davis at Gil
Miss Maggie Seyferth left Sat
urday night for a visit with rela
tives in California.
John Dick who had been visiting
his parents, returned to the state
Mrs. J. L. Minor is in Grand
Island this week instructing a
class in china decorating.
P. A. White has returned to town
after a three weeks' visit at the
ranch in Dawson county.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dwyer, who
were married at Wood River last
week, arrived in the city Saturday.
Geo. Winkowitch, night hostler
at the Sidney round house, is visit
ing North Platte friends this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hilliker re
turned Sunday night from their
visit with relatives at Malcolm,
Mrs. Dudle and son, who had
been the guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Lu
Farrington, returned to Cheyenne
Mrs. Helen McDonald and little
daughter, who had been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McDonald for
several weeks, left for Fostoria,
Mr. and Mrs. Herton, who had
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Seyferth
while en route home to San Fran
cisco from a trip to German', left
for the west Saturday night.
Messrs. Stewart, Smallwood,
Ietts and Andersoji returned Sat
urday niglit from their trip to
Omaha. The two latter named are
now Shriners, haying been initiated
into that degree while at Omaha.
The boys report a very pleasant
L- & D. C07cANAlT
(Gothenburg Times) .
Now that the supreme court .has
decided the legality ot the Califor
nia irrigation law, the directors of.
the Lincoln and Dawson County
Irrigation district are getting
things in shape to build their canal.
Tljis district was organized last
year and in September, 1895, bonds
to the amount of $375,000 were
voted upon the district for the con-
fatructiou of a canal. Three sur
veys were made and ail the plans
and specifications drawn up by the
district's engineer, Rudolph Stur-
negk, and the transactions of the
board of directors were duly ap
proved by the judge of the district
court last December.
-j.no. proposed canal will com
mence on section 9, township 14,
range 29, just south of Gannett
seven miles from North Platte.and
terminate on section 34, township
12, range 23j, in Dawson county the
length of the jnain canal being- 60.37
miles and will water 40,000 acres;
the laterals will be 115 miles long-
and a branch caiial will be run
from the county line to Gothenburg.
The capacity of the canal is esti
mated to be 507 cubic feet per
second; the ditch as now proposed
being 28 feet wide at the bottom
and capable of carrying six feet of
wate. onsuieraoie worK was
i i i
done last winter by the farmers
and there is about ten miles in
Blaine and German precincts that
that is practical completed.
We are informed that the board
pf ijrectprs have already advertised
the bonds for sale. About $15,000
will be paid out to the farmers who
worked on the canal.
There is considerable opposition
n some quarter to the construe
tion of this canal, but the majority
of the people seem t.o think that it
is not only possible but practical
In speaking of the recent term
of district court in Deuel county.
he Chappell Register says: In
handling the business Judge Grimes
has the welfare of the county and
tax Daver at Heart. He is trvino
I J - J o
to keep the docket clean with as
little expense as possible. He has
alread3 saved the count hundreds
of dollars and at the same time
transacted the business. In doing
this he has been ably seconded by
our county commissioners and
county attorney. Judge Grimes'
work shows that the people made
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MECCA CATAKKH REMEDY.
For colds in the head and treatment
of catarrhal troubles this preparation
has afforded prompt relief; with its con
tinued use the most stubborn cases of
caarrh have yielded to its healing
power. It is made from concenKtrated
Mecca Compound and possesses all of its,
soothing and healiDg properties aud by
absorbtiou reaches all the inflamed
parts effected by that disease. Price 50
cts. Tepareu oy tub
UU. iT ICUUICU Ujr J.UD X 1UIL'. VU.
For sale by A. F.
Come Here First.
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We have some one ten us
. w v
tttti-re ieie some :r,ih.so;isfs.:
3 spools of thread '.
3 spools crochet cotton ... ...
Knitting silk, per spool,
Common Saxony,- per skein .v
-r i 1-?.
miporrea saxony, per skuiu.
Haudkerchiefs, each ... . 2 cents.
Metal back combs, each . .": . ..... 8 cents.
Elastic cord or tape, per yard .'. 10 cents.
White blankets, 58x74 inches, per pair. . . . . t. .V,. -. . .47 cents.
Ladies' seamless black hose, per pair .... Scents. .
Buttermilk Toilet soap, per Ccilc c c Am 3 cents
Blanket lined duck coats trom S1.00 to S2.50.
Good quality ladies' ribbed vest . 23 cents.
Ladies' combination suits, .. 50 cts. to S1.35.
Men's underwear from ..25 cts. o$1.35.
6-inch steel stove pipe, per joint; :. .IS cents. -
Common elbows .. 10 cents. ;
Large size galvanized coal hod ..".,.".". 35 cents.
Stove pipe collars . 5 cents.
Flue stops r . 5 cents.
6 handled tea cups and saucers.. .. . . i.v-. .. ;.42 cents.
6 dinner plates , . 35 cents.
Vegetable dishes : ... S cts. up.
No. 1 common limp chimney. ";, 4 cents.
No. 2 common lamp chimney.. ..-.v,.f. 6 cents.
Best black powder ... : :t '.'. j 30 cents.
Shot.... 74 cents.
12 guage loaded shells .. 39 and 40 cents.
10 guage loaded shells 42 and 45 cents.
(These are Rival and Club we do not handle inferior brands'.)
Keniember when you want anything come here first,
We refund money for anything- you buy of us that you do
not want after taking it home. Only one price, and that
price for cash only. .
John Conway, of the Conway,
Hunter &Neilson Ditch Co.. was ir
Ogalalla on business Saturday.
Mr. Conway is taking active sten
to start work on the Paxton
iion district ciitcu. emice tue ap
proval of the Wright law by the
United States supreme courtmain
enterprises are already starting up.
some even right here" in our own
county. It is indeed a stroke of
fortune for this western country,
and a material change for the bet-
nfifS t0 bC aHgan. It appears from his several cer.
parent-Ogalalla .News. , thafc f .g
Joan of Arc on the Battlellcld.
In battle her courage was foarless,
and well it was that it was so, for
each success was dearly bought, her
indomitable energy nlono inspiring
her faint hearted follower's. When
her troops threatened rotreat, it was
by throwing herself into tho thick
est of the fight, crying, "They aro
ours!" that she turned defeat to vic
tory. Often wounded, she disdained
the pain of her mangled flesh and
remained on tho field as an examplo
to her men. A gracious woman with
al, her pity was oven greater than
her courage, braving and receiving
blow3, but never returning them.
She had but one weapon, her ban
ner, tor Jier sword never loft its
scabbard. Lator she was to say that
she "loved her banner a thousand
timos more than her sword." At
night, when tho hoar of battlo was
assuagod, her tears fell at the
ought of the wounded and the
dead. "I have never seen French
blood shed without my hair stand
ing on end," was one of her naive
utterances. Tho enemy commanded
her pity as well, and she was as of
ten seen assisting tho dying English
as her own people. Thus sho was
not only the mind which directs, sho
was likewise tho hoart filled with
sympathy, the soul solicitous of tho
welfaro of other souls, intuitively
understanding that tho soldier who
fights the best is ho whose heart is
puro. In the same spirit sho lighten
ed tho burden of tho army by cur
tailing useless luggago,' and sho
drove away tho disropntablo women
who had followed the camp and
with them tho debauohory and dis
order which they had brought. On
the other hand, she gently admon
ished her soldiers to clear their con
science, to ho virtuous and religious
as well as bravo. "The National
Hero of France," by Maurico Boutefc
de Monvel, in Century.
A certain good minister of Indi
ana lost from his fiook a prominent
parishioner, and, wishing to have
good music at the funeral, a quartet
was summoned. When tho timo ar
rived for tho singing, the minister
"The Glee club will now render a
selection." Short Stories.
How Chinamen Catcli Fish.
The drnp nsRd bv tho Chinpsn in :
catohing fish is Cooulus iudicus,
whioh is powdered and mixed with j
dough and scattered broadcast over
tho water af tor tho manner of sowing .
seed. The fish seize and devour it I sores. teter, chapped hands, chilblains
with avidity and instantly become ; corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
intoxicated and turn up by hundreds ! tively cures -p4e or no pay required,
on tho top of tho water. Thoy aro . ,B uaranwu to Rive perrect satisfac
tion gathered up and placed in ves- llwmoney refundocL Price 25 C0nts
sels containing clear water. i
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mac iney wish cuey imu, ewry
von know why? . . .
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, . 5 cents
. 6 cents.
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Unique Examples of How It I
Expressed In India.
Captain F. M. Randall copied the
certificates of a dumb man encoun
tered upon his interesting mission
to Nepanl for the purpose of rais
ing a second battalion to the re
nowned Third ghookas. Didar Singh,
schoolmaster of the Twenty-first N.
L, wrote: "This poor Brahmin
Rflflms tn Tin rlpnri vnr? nf cnonL-tnc nr
prived of. some organ or other. All
people who wish to show pity on
poors will help this poor Brahmin.
Signed, " etc. A second was fascinat
ing as a cryptograph, "This Brah
min I hopo tho other gentleman sup
port to them and cannot speak and
have talk." A third pointed out that
"this fellow is certainly too mesera
blo on account cf his being both deaf
and dumb. Ho wants help from tho
public for God's sako. Paid an
nas." A fourth urged : "Please any
small donation may ho given to tho
bearer of this hook. Ho is actually
dumb and moro so. Very poor."
Another kind soul took tho opportu
nity to repeat tho "beatitudes" iu
this fashion, "Blessed are they that
their persecution for ritousness sake,
for theirs is tho kingdom of heaven. ,?
Finally there was a testimonial
hearing tlie mystic signature "Loft
us:" "Hoping that everybody shall
help tho man as far as they can.
Tho bearer of this, I presume a Brahl
min, is apparently dumb as I have
by subjecting him to a tost on this
point though it might be questioned
whether he only sustains lifo on
milk if so milk must be truly nour
ishing diet as his phisical condition
testifies this of course does not alter
the fact th?.t he is really deserving
of support which I hope tho Chandari
populace will afford him."
Lady Dnfierin has recorded some
examples in her own experience.
Telegrams from a station
i during an outbreak of cholera: "AH
railway Baboos assembled. To stay
here is in death. What can Baboo
give in exchango for his soul? In
anticipation of sanction wo all leave
tonight. " During the viceregal stay
at Mj'aoro r servant of tho ruahan.
jah used to offer her ladyship a bou.
quot every morning with the words,
"A dolior. to attention." Finally ho
presented a petition signed: "G. P.
Don Juan. Talented Lepidoptera."
"Hero's another brilliant concop.
tion," said ho in doliverine it. A
i protege wrote to Lady Dufferin,
j "You have been very kind to mo,
j and may God Almighty givo you tit
! for tat." It is not for want of matter
i that I stop. Yet, to balance the nc
i count, hero is ono from tho other
. side, which I cannot guarantee, how
! ever. It is told in India that when
Sir Salar Jung offered his nuzzar
, (present) to her majesty, tho Eng-
Jisu press made him offer a mugger
" ninsrer Gazette,
Buoklen's Arnica Salve-
J".ne oest8alve,,n 1110 ,world for cats
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