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THE SAJP UK 1-V Y MORNING COURIBR
V. It. Lo Kami, a ejreiit nojihiuv of
Slioridun and a brother of tin late ).
Sheridan Lo Kami, who wroto tho well
known ballad, "Shanum O'Hrion," In tho
author of a voltuno jiint published by
Maumillan & Co., entitled "Seventy
Yearn of Irinh Life." Tho book abounds
in atuUHin iiiieut'otcn of lrinh life and
I mippoHo, writeH Mr. Lo Kami, a
ready wit rather than humor Ih tho Irinh
characteristic. Kor iimtatice, my father'
Buxton wan named Young- a iiueer old
fellow, too. When linked hiH Dumo b)
any one IiIh invariable replj wiih: "Well,
Blr, I'm Young by name, but old bj
nature." One Sunday morning In the
vi'Htry room my father could not llnd his
stolo. "Thin ib most provoking," paid
he. "The congregation will wonder whj
1 do not wear it today." "Let them
wonder,"' Raid Young; "but what does it
Dignify if your reverence had not a tack
upon you bo long an jou pi each a good
Mr. Le Kami tells many good HtoricH
of Dr. Uarrett, better known iib Juclutj
Hnrrett, a miser and a learned Hebrew
At a discussion of the college board as
to how to get rid of a huge heap of nil)
bish which lay in the college park, Hnr
rett suggested that they should dig a
hole and bury it.
"Hut, Dr. Uarrett," paid they, "what
shall we do with the stulT that comch
out of tho hole?"
"Do jou pee mo now?" Haiti he. "Dig
another and bury it."
When linked ir ho had been told of the
promotion of bin friend Magec, with
whom ho had had a falling out, ho re
plied: "No, I haven't heard of it, and, more
over, 1 don't want to hear of it."
"Didn't you hear," said they, "ho Iiiib
been made Itishopof ltaplueV"
"Do you Bee mo now?" said Uarrett:
"1 don't care if he was made bishop ol
hell so long as I am not in his lordship's
Another clerical anecdote, which was
not relinhed by his father, tho dean. It
was an Irinh farmer who was supposed
to have made tho speech to his sou:
"You seo, my boy, a inan'Hlifo naturallj
divides itself into three distinct periods.
The first is that in which ho is planum'
and conthrivin' all sorts of villainy and
rascality; that is tho period of youth and
innocence. The second i that in which
ho is puttin' into practice tho villainy
and rascality ho contrived before; that
is tho piime of lifo or the llower of man
hood. The thiid and last period is that
in which he is makitf his soul and pro
parin' for another world; that is the
period of dotage."
Dr. Nedley, physician to tho Dublin
metropolitan police, told Mr. Lo Kami
ho heard a voico from a crowd call out:
"Thico cheers for Dr. Nedloy! Ho killed
moro policemen than over tho KeniaiiB
lint if sonio men are skeptical others
placo an implicit faith in the doctor's
prescriptions, and of these was a man in
Limerick who went to tho undertaker to
order a collln for Pat Council.
"Dear me," said tho undertaker, "is
poor Put dead?"
"No, he's not dead yet," answered the
other, "but ho'll dio tonight, for tho doe
tor 6ays ho can't live till morning, and
ho knows what ho gave him."
A man by tho nanio of O'Connell.who
was known by his friends asKilmallock,
was found by a friend ono morning
"What aro you writing about, Kilnial
lock?" ho asked.
"I'm writing a lotter to tho editor of
tho Times about that scoundrel Cliiunb
ers. I'll read you as much as I have
"To thoEditorof tho Times Sir: I bco
by your paper of thisdato that hint night
in tho houso of commons Mr. Chambeis
brought forward his unual motion in
favor of government inspection of
Catholic nunneries. Instead of attack
ing those amiable, pious, virtuous ladies,
tho Catholic nuns, let this Mr. Chamb
ers look nearor homo; lot him look at his
own old card-playing, scandal-mongor
ing, drain-drinking mother"
"Hut," interrupted his friond, "take
euro that that w not libelous. Aro you
quite sure that bIio is so bad?"
"What would I know about tho old
divil?" said Kihnallock. "I never heard
of her in my lifo. Hut if ho liana particle
of manly feeling in his composition it
will cut him to the quick."
There lived near tho LoKamisn rector
of a small parish who gave much time
and attention to proselyting the Roman
Catholic peasantry. Many stories aio
told of this W. A., and hiswould-bo con
verts. An old widow, llryan, called on him,
and on being shown into his library and
iisked by him what her buniness was,
sho said: "Well, now, your raveience,
it'B what- I'd like to turn Protestant."
Mr. A. "Why do you witih to change
Widow H. "Well, now, I'm told your
ravorence gives a blanket and a leg of
mutton to itny one that turns."
Mr. A. "Do you mean to say that you
would Fell your soul for a blanket?"
Widow H. "No, your ravorence, not
without tho leg of mutton."
Ah an example of whut Lady Morgan
called "hating ono another for the love
of Clod," Mr. Le Kami says:
"Not very long ago an old Orangeman
in the county of Down wiih united: 'Are
the tluieii ns good now, Tom an when
you were a boy?'
" 'Faith they are not,' answered Tom,
'they'll take you up now and try you for
shooting a Papist.'"
To illustrate the Irinh propensity for
drawing the long bow, or being agree
able, tho reader must decide in this
A story which is well known in Kerry
was told me long ago by Mr. It., of Tra
lee. lie wiih shooting with an English
friend, a Mr. It. They had very little
sport, so Mr. H. said: "I'll ask this
countryman whether there are any birds
about here." "No use to ask him," said
Mr. It., "he'll only tell you lien." "I'll
ask him, at all events," said Mr. II.
"My good man, are there any birds
about hero?" "Lot of birds, your honor,"
said ho. "Tell mo what sort of birds."
"Well, now, your honor, there'H grouses
and woodcocks, and snipes, and ducks,
and phillihincH and all sorts of birds.'
"Ask him," whispered It., "whether
there are any thermometers here." "Tell
me," said Mr. II., "do you ever see any
thermometerH here?" "Well, nov, your
honor, if there was a night's frost the
placo would be alive with them."
Mr. Whittier loved tho sightH and
sounds of nature with the ardor of
Wordsworth; and there in a charming
touch of tho human in the way ho clings
"I am very thankful that I can almost
forget age and inllrmity in the content
plat ion of these lovely dawns and sun
sets, and these still, warm, picturcful
noons. Shall we have them or their like
in tho new life? If not, I, for one, must
miss them Badly. Hut His will be done."
Again, in a Juno letter:
"It BeeniB to me tho world was never
so beautiful as now, when I am about to
leave it. Hut, no doubt, the infinite
possibilities of the future life will more
than compensate for tho loss of this."
Whittier, like Longfellow, was very
generous in his valuation of contempor
aries, and praised them without tho
thieving help of ifs and huts.
On ono occasion, a tributary paper to
Longfellow appearing on his birthdaj',
and Whittier through some mischance
not having been apprised of its prepara
tion, ho wroto:
"It would liuvo given mo great pleas
uro to take part in it; ho Longfellow
has no warmer admirer than myself."
In rcferenco to Holmes:
"Do deserves all honor; and, besidcB,
is a dear old personal friend." And
again, in u paragraph of another letter,
ho rejoices in tho honors bestowed on
Doctor Holmes while abroad.
Mr. Medhurst, for many years Hritish
consul at Shanghai, tells, in tho London
Million, of a singular 'card of invitation"
which ho once received in China. It
wan from n lady, intimating her inten
tion to commit su'eido on a Bpecilled
date. Sho was very young and at
tractive, and belonged to a wealthy
family, but the Chinese entleiuati to
whom she had been aflianced from
childhood having died just before the
ditto fixed for their nuptials, she gave
out that bIio deemed it hor duty to ren
der hor widowhood irrovocablo by dying
with her botrothed. So bIio Bent cards
around to tho local gentry giving notice
of her purpose. No attempt was made
by her relatives or tho local authorities
to friifltrato her design, though Mr.
Medhurst appealed to tho mandarins,
tho goneral opinion boing that sho was
about to perform a meritorious act.
Eventually, on tho day named, tho wo
man did deliberately sacriflco her lifo
in tho presence of thousands of specta
tors. A stage was orected in the open
lields, with a tented fiamo over it, from
which was suspended a slip of scarlet
crepe. Ono end of this slip she
fastened around her neck, and then,
embracing a little boy presented by ono
of the bystanders, she mounted a chair
and resolutely jumped oil", "her littlo
clasped hands saluting tho assemblage
as her body twirled round with tho
tightening cord," Tho woman was not
hounded on by a fanatic mot), as was
tho practlco at suttees in India, but im
molation appeared to bo an entirely
voluntary act. Sacrifices of thin kind
according to Mr. Medhurst, aro not un
common in certain dintricts of China,
and, strange to Bay, they aro rewarded
with nionuinonts, sometimes erected by
older of tho emperor."
During tho past half-century since
tho discovery of Ayer's Snrsaparilla
tho average limit of human lifo in
civilized countiies, has been consider
ably lengthened. Ayer'B Sarsaparilla is
everywhere consuteied the standard
blood-purijler, tho Superior Medicine.
Make your arrangements and take
tho excursion fur Texas January 0, via
Missouri Pacific. Ono faro round trip
good for !10 days. City ticket otllco
11201 O street.
M. L. Trenter can suit you on coal if
any dealer in Lincoln can. 1211 O Btreot.
Never order an invitation until you
havo Been the samples of the work lone
by tho now Courier Publishing Co.
The lints and bonnets I have seen re
cently have been iitiilo dtlTcrout in shape
from those which appealed emlj in the
autumn, and the eij chic ones are
much plainer than Hume with which our
eypH have been tortuted since Hut inter
began, hiijh a writer in Voauv. Felt,
velvet ami cloth have been wont for hills
and everj model him been tainted and
turned info a most fatiguing succession
of curves, notwithstanding that very
few have been tint fnecH to which these
wondrous stjIeH of headgear have been
becoming, I have seen two very piettj
and most artistic hats thin last week.
They were made of silk beaver, black,
the shape showing a large, curving
front, the lines of which weie most bit
coining to the face. The hats evidently
came from the same milliner, imtheie
wiih no difference between them, except
in tho arrangement of the ostrich
There have been very few of the coal
Bcuttlo bonnet shapes worn this winter,
although theio weie a few imported.
They are becoming to very few people,
and an the Salvation Aimy bonnet lias
somewhat the name effect (being worn
further back on the head, however), the
fashion, unless it is invised in the light
stiaws next summer, faced with t lit
iosch and other Mowers that oiirgieat
grandmothers delighted to wear, is not
likely to become a popular model.
It is now an absolutely settled fact
that for a hostess to wear at her own
afternoon reception full ball dress iH
very bad form. There was iiIwiijh a din
agreeable incongruity in a ladj in her
owu drawing-room hcirg attiied in a
verj' much trimmed, decollete gown, re
cciving a number or people in walking
costumes. For some jeais, however, the
fashion held witli a gieat many people,
and tho debutantes generally wont a
white ball gown. This jear the recep
tion dresses, while most elaborate in tint
making, being of handsome material anil
trimmed very elaborately, are ninth
high-necked and long sleeved and are
vastly better style. Several debutantes
I havo seen have worn white gowns
trimmed with chiffon, or very line lace
and satin, and the effect has been x
tremely good. Wit have also of late
yearn adopted the Kieneh fashion for
wedding gowns, and wear them alno
made high in the neck and long in tho
sleeves, and certainly that is one of tint
best modes fashion has decreed for
brides. To see a man garbed in frock
coat and light trousers, with high hat
(which, however, his best man alwajs
had charge of), walking proudlj down
tho ainlo with his bride in full ball dress,
was not a pleasing spectacle. The
French have always gowned their bridoH
in theso high-necked froeks, and since
it has been the universal custom to im
port bride's trousseaus, our modistes on
this side of tho water havo followed this
very good style, the handsomest of
materials and of trimmings being com
bined to make a very elaborate effect.
Trester sells over i!0 kinds of coal.
When you want prompt service and
fair treatment and the selection from
the largest stock of groceries in Lincoln
call on W. A. Collin it Co., successors to
J. Miller, Mil South Eleventh street.
Canon City coal at tho Whitebreant
Coal and Lime Co.
Read The Couiuku'b special offer.
W. A. Collin & Co., grocers, 1 l.'J South
Eleventh street .
M. L. Trenter,
1211 O street.
(ienuino Canon Citv
Tim Union I'ikIIIc C'liriip Itutt'-..
Only 8,'iO.OO flrnt chins toOgdeii. Salt
Lake, Helena, Spokane and Portland
Forfull particulars eall at cit tn-l.-ct
olllcelOll O street.
Only tlie Scars Remain.
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Lincoln Stiff Hat Factory
N. W. COII. TWCLfTH AND O ttTfi.
)ld Hats llloekcd, Cleaned, Dyed and
wide as good as new. All kinds
of Repair Work done.
Real Estate Loans
in fnrmi In Knatrrii Nelirmkii ntxl iinproTatt
irierty In Lincoln, fur a term nf )inri.
UOWBST CURRENT RATES.
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v U' fxU-iHl lilt' lll illlllou lo nil to test our remedy free of
,"ii-i sis.' for a postal card or letter stamp liuh Is required when
ninhiu to us for 11 1.1. ink on sshich to make a statement of case, so that
tu.ttmmt cm he pripand to suit, and a stamp for letter returning
blank to us aftir it is filled. Win 11 the statement of case is received
ste pup in ami send eilit das s' treatment ssltlt full directions and prepay
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mem mid Hi: lUli: TIIIMI AM. ii send us their address by
po't.il or htter fur our blank and circular.
Iti:il irtlitlilt that a cmular ihscrib.tiK Prof. Iltrris' Pastille trcnt
"lent and a sample p it k.te of the ii'iii.ls stillu lent to last elegit
diss an si tit ab oltiti Is frie to pirstnis sshu h.tse not h.ul samples.
The iust for loutiutiiiiK tl.i ttialimm is i.nls 4it lor one mouth:
' br two months; ;.,m tur three mouths , ami j.un tut each ll.outl;
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VMii ss 111 cm in 1 1 lite, bs ; 1 -t.il ot It tin :
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A RADICAL CUTiL for
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