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HEBR'K V KRRU RY 18, 1891
N Senatorial District.
Kroia huti'vJayt I uly.
Tho hiil intr..lu eil in the louse of '
r preHcntn'ivi s n lew iyi mo by Mr .
Foe his been amin-d o lur us n.n-iMe .
to m-ike a ldrge n 1 1 1 t of dem - !
rari'.- districts. l'or instance, tliw 'llid ,
ei).:-ii:il restrict in con pw-d t tie; j
counties of Cass aul Sarpy; it being a-
well known fact that Saipy is solidly ;
feraocritic.witli ii iimj'-rity of from 500 to
700. t!i i i t-i lul s Mty i',Bsiliility of the
election I a republican g-imtor fiom
Cass county. The float repie- ntniive '
with Otoe county is done away with and ;
i e a I ... '.
we are ahoAtu two meiuoen 01 wie
lower houe from thi - county. To Le
no wiili Sii'nv county in :i s-Mii ' cri.-i 1
-1 - j
-district is c!tiiiniv unfoitun ;t.'
THE RED MAN IN WINTER
EAT AND LIVE DUR
At a rough estimate 12,000 young wo- HA1TY END OF A DUEL
men were thrown out of employment tho f
last or ttie year from the retail dry goods
stores of New York city. One firm alone
dismissed 1,100 women and girls nnd an
other 700. These unfortunate little
Construction of a T-pc rnrnl!ii.i ef
t!i IViit How Their Itre:.l I Made.
rr-H of UuutiiiK nU Cnrinjr the
leather fr and M .o lnit.
HOW DEADLY INSULT WAS PAID
WITHOUT LOSS OF BLOOD.
It is not Rtrange that Indians arc short
lived nor that there should bo so high a
rate of mortality among their children.
The trihiM north of an east and west line
coinciding with the northern limit of
New Mexico nso for dwellings what is
known as the tenee. An Indian rP
j wealth in the Uo country sometimes
j has an opportunity to j-urcha.se an A
! tent, and evc:i a wa1! tent, at some sale
The i of condemned tpi:irter:ia: t( r's sun-dies.
:;m II . i i.iuvaM Jll-
,1.. fr u.n,i: ,.r fl-.:inin tin I out. 1 1: Vf ry lie:
.. ....-..'..,,!;. ..... 'onlspoor protection ag-iinst the snow
lutilnr conceded that
armed v. . tli hi v- to
.who have been actiu . us 'Takers of
clici.ti.uri'' fo tl:e democrats c:u; b- in
jirrtty so. :i t i o win r they stand
ing, nft'-r i' is too Into to make imn'iiils
iir th ir (.list) ?rt'oi- I' i -ot;i--J-,j
tint i r::v n; : ."tionimtit b 11 nuisi be
(passed, and it is
ower and solidly biicke: ly the demo
cratic meinbtrs, is mtis'er of the .situa
tion. And what republican U tliprcsdly
nouyh to believe that power will not. In;
used lor the advant:tje of the oveni' i's
jiarty? If republicans h.id b'-en fnir
with the independents, then we mi.lit
iiav-.- rightfully i-xjjecti .1 some b- lp f nmi
that ouartcr in muiiv ways. Time s 1 1
show thut tLio iudepeiide-.'.a have no
i'rc'-zim; winds of the plains.
Tho U'Kt is ustudly vX::u- down, with
a sliallow zr.'.'.-r dtr' rs.rmd it to c;iri v
oiT t!ie rai-i water, which
i tyrs of commerce and circumstances
were for the most part "extras," hired
in Xovember aud December for tho holi-
day trade at salaries that, barely paid for J
car lare, lunches and the, wear and tear ,
or clotning. Uiie inanajjer, wh'n ;ip
;roachcd oir the subject, s:id: "1 w;l
Ji.sh ;ii;rd to tell a irl who wanted au e.i
tja.iii.jnt the waijcs, and so disniis.-jed
her. It was l;ss than her living wouM
c.-t. And j ot, what can I do? If wo
men oiii-r to coma here to clerk for lifty
cents ii day why should 1 offer her fyl'i"
Ti- trouhlo is women do not proper
ly valuo the;. Ives. They are alone in
; the world, dependent on their own tn
i er,.;it.-,; they want ji chance, a footing, an
an liiiii. Laai win tnaoi.i a
l:-: .piiiiuv;. in their desperation they
will v.--i-; for jilmost iioth.Kijj, jur.l o::
ri ion, nave not the orav.ry to
;.'vii, themselves by properly 'valuin-'
patent on t lie s rt of blundering, us tna
itt&anint: quality ia moie fully developed
m the republican member? of tke legis
Lature than in any other c:ass.
The oougrtssional apportionment bil
iow in the hands of the committee on
-apportionment at the capitol, takes par
Ticular care to make the Omaha district
.solidly democratic by adding to Douglas
the well known democratic counties of
k 'iSarpv ani Dodue. This is to be known
; ass the Second district. The First dis
trict is to be composed of the counties
of Cass. Otoe, Nemaha, Johnson, Paw
nee, Richardson and Lancaster. The
Third uistrict will consist of the counties
-of Saunders, Culler, Seward, Saline. Jef
ferson, Gage, Thayer, Fillmore, York and
Polk'.' The Fourth district, Hamilton,
Clay. Nuckolls, Adams, Weh-t r, Kear-
r.fy, Franklin, Harlan. Phelps. Gosper,
Frontier, Furnas, KedWillow, Hitchcock
' Dundv, Ciiase. Haves and Perkins. The
Fifth d-'strict, , Colfax, Platte, Merrick,
INance, Hi'l, Howard, Greely, Valley,
irhenu m, Buffalo,. Ci'ster, Dawscn, Lo
ian, Mi Pherson, Arthur, Lincoln, Keith,
Deuel, Cheyenne, Scott's Bluff, Banner,
Jvitub:i!l, Grant, Hooker and Thomas.
The Sixth district will bo Washington,
Burt, CuratDps Thurston, Dakota, Dixon,
Stanton, V:yii", Cedar, Knox, Pierce,
Madison, Boone, Antelope, Whee'er,
Gat field, Holt, Rock. Brown, Loup,
JJlaine, Keya Paha, Cherry, Sheridan,
.Dawes. Box Butte. Sioux and the unor
The Saturday Mirror.
The Saturday Mirror, Plattsmouth's
mew society paper edited by the proprie
tor, Mr. George B. Mann, was pl:tcml on
jur desk today, and we must say the ini
tial number is not only very neat, typo
graphically, but is rep!ee with matters
o interest to the general public. The
j. .per is well edited nd we believe has
come to stay. The Meuald warmly weN
com; s the .ii'iitnt-laceii newcomer fo lt
:inctuni and trust Mr. Maun may
achieve tin; success which his paper &ee.m
so thoroughly merit.
A Mr, Wilcox of South Bind was
fcuud dea-i on a street in that village
this morning. But little inform ition
vould be obtained in regard to'tlie mat
ter. The deceased leaves a wife and
1'tiui'. Poison was thought to-be the
-cause of the death. Coroner Unruh was
notified and started with team for the
TSeiiJ. about 10 o'clock this inc-min.
From what could f.e learned, it loofcs
more like a case of suicide than any.,
Mr. Thomas Pollock after several
years connection with the county treas
urer's office as a most efficient deputy,
has resigned his positiou with Treasurer
Cusbin? and will embark in the insur
ance business. lie has purchased all of
Captain Palmer's insurance business in
this city, which alone is enough to keep
one man's time pretty well occupied.
His office for the present is in the rear
room of the Bank of Cass county base
ment. The Herald has had occasion ti crit
icise "Governor" Tudd occasionally, but
onee in a whils we have to commend
him. Mr. Todd was all right once;
wheu the bitter court house contest mar
shalled on the one hand for . Rock
Bluffs, by the father of John Jennings,
we find one of tha uncompromising
friends of Plattsmouth was this same L.
G. Todd; and what is more satisfactory,
Mr. Todd was e ected county cemmis-
tJie Jiau.ies, leaving the damages very j sioner. aud largely through his influence
flight.- . Tl e property wirs inr-ured in the tl!e present court house was built. The
I'ho-nix of Hartford. Windham & Davie,1' -"'v'trnor en,s to "ave gJown soured j
. ,i '" i - " : s , i find cymcal in his old a'w, vet we think '
tuc.egents,. promptly adjusted the loss 1 A, i-. 7 . . UIIDb- i
. " . 1 J J he deserves s-oiiie credit for what he has
tim morning J jonet i
W. II. Wright, the Weeping Water
capitalist, returned home this morning hy
ay of Omaha.
Judge Chapman came down town this
morning for the first time since his ser
iaua illness, he fee quite weak yet, but
liv-pes to be a-s good as new in a few
Tho IIekald is sorry to report the fact
that Dr. Schildknecht ia not much better
tod's y. He was taken yery suddenly
with an intestinal tiouble a few days
ago and hs mnny friends are anxious to
Lear of hi early recovrry. ...
The Herald office. has a fire brigade
of its own that would be hard to beat.
Jjst evening -the roof of the Herald
building, at the .corner of Fifth and
Vine streets, cauyht fire irom 8 epark that
lodged in the siiinglos and was burniag
rirht merrily when discovered; but the
j-ionipt action of our force soon subdued
wise flood its interior, ni;d. bc'.'innin-.r in
j the early ?u: in :i'.. a lhe is built in the
-enter of. tlsc i arth 11 jor, whicli is sel
dom allowed t. -o out. Overhead and
hanging in l'.r.-n : i. ;.:Ti'lpd from the
canvas are ril"s ?inl other weap
ons of tho family, .-:vl the floor is cov
ered v. iiLi al.out inches of dead grass
or hay. which in tinio' ij troddeu down
and proed into a fir jind tolerably
s t t ma i rcss. wrapped up in his blanket,
wit!) !ns head resting on his saddle for
a fallow, tho Indian sleeps through the
nivrhl. deioiidi!i:$ somewhat on the fir
to I: ve;t ; im from freezing in extremely
LIFE IN A TEPEE.
In dry weather the ventilator at tho
ape-i of the tent may be kept open, but
oi. ring s torms, wheu it is closed, the at-
uiospnere of tho tent is litifling said reek
ing with tho odor of the unwashed fam
ily and of the many damn and badly
cured fur which' every buck accumu
lates. Far from the a-rencies the In
dians lay in a email stock of flour, coffee
and sugar sinucient to be used sparingly
through the winter, which, with his
frozen beef or antelope meat, constitutes
his bill of fare.
In a tent ten feet in diameter, a buck.
two equaws imd five cr s-ix small children
pa.-'s the wiiitor :;:-r:s: ,;s ;:n.i considering
th-ir unetamlv !:abir.--. it is not difficult
to imjigino th-- condition of t':. lai'.-Ita
tion m th- spring. They themselves
prooaoly appreciate tiiis, b:'caii3 rather
i a in clean up thoy simplj- move their
tent to ko:p.9 ck a:i :;;ot.
With si little hour, water and salt the
squaws mane a tiiic.f' paste, which is
tirst cooked on hoi Kton.-s until it le-
eomes ttiiT, ttiid then each cake is further
cooked by stand in:' it on its culv with
it-: flat surface exposed to the flames
until it is thoroughly baked into quite
palatable bread. iiieirm: at is fried in
its own fat or roasted oa u spit stuck in
in? gronna. wiiiie si biiiiill cinl l keeps it
turning to o(jualise lae roasting. The
bread cakes serves jis plates, while their
f.i.gers sue both knives and forks, so the
Indian hr-s no. dish washing process to
go through witn, for wnen the meal is
li::ished he eats his plate and licks off his
knives and forks with his tongue.
The hunting of deer in the Rocky
mountaius h;is driven thcru north into
C itish Arunrica, and in a few more
years our' Indians will have no more
buckskins fcr leggins and liioccsisins.
O.dy the skin of the heavy hided deer
can be used, that of the aulelope .and
white tailed varieties being too tender
for long service. Ihe Apaches make
their moccasins and leggins in one piece.
u the style of uuntiRg boots. Vhil- most
of the Indians to tin-) north wear slippers
and legg-iii!. Whenever a deer is killed
and cut up tho bladder is carefally cut
ivay, cleaned, and tilled with th brain
f the animal, and the little ba.:j is most
n-ful.'y g-aarded . until si stream is
ached, wL-.ere thii hide may bo cured.
The entire skin is then put into ruu
!.':. water, and weighted down with
f'"iies. Ia fo-.tr or Hvahour.stIij.--.oMk-iii.','
li.-;:i swelled it and looycn:;! the Lair'
at the roots, when it is take:: out and
stretched oa a frame, while the owner.
wilh Van aid of a cleaucd rib of the ani-L-al,
scrapes it down until all the hair is
rubbed oli, very much in the esiuie man
ner as overheated horses are ecraped to
remove the foam and sweat. -The skin
is then pulled and stretched for three or
four hours, and, at the same time, oiled
with the brain until it is perfectly dry,
soft and pliable, when it is ready for
use. When a tan color is desired it ia
soaked in an infusion of red bark. The
sole of the moccasin is always made of the
raw hide of beef cattle and sewed to the
upper with the sinews of the deer's tendon
aehilles. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Ttro Captuins of the Sumo Iteghiirnt A t
tempt to Settle Score That Lingered
hum iniir west miiii iiayn or tour tie
a I.H.I y Wuh the Caune.
An emblematic button of tho Loval
Legion adorned the lapel cf a cheviot
coat worn by Maj. Oscar Bell sit tho
"A story, eh?" laughed the ex-army
officer, sis he detached his eyeglasses from
the bridge of his no.se and looked in a
good natured way at tho expectsint re
porter seated beJde him.
"Well, lemmo see. The smoke of
Shiloh is a chestnut now. and the battle
of the Wilderness probably has been
smothered from further interest by a pro
fuse growth of weeds. By Jove! I can
give you :i little incident that has never
been in t-pe- It happened in lb(i;J, when
our regiment was in camp at a little
their services. Time goes on, tho star- Missouri town called Lexington. I wore
vatiou wages are accented, and not only a captain's straps sit that tima and did
dot s the individual suiler, but the whole Uie snouting tor Company B.
community of labor is affected by the '"Thecaptain of Company D was named
lower standard of resulting prices. Henry Poor. Unknown to me he detested
What the working girls of New York me and all because I once made a nun
need is less jioetry. less kitchen garden- f on bis name while at West Point. Being
ing, less a'stheticism, less patronage, a young man of stringent means he was
ami a regular lecture on business tactics, mortally offended, but later seemed to
She has no librarv. she does not take have overlooked sin unintentional s.-dlv
w wsnaper, and if sho is to know her of that I got off at his expense among
worth the value of honest, earnest labor a group of fellow cadets.
and the relation her skill and industry "Well, when we got our commissions
near to capital, he must be instructed the loaded dice of fate threw u.both in
by termon, speech or address. As it is, the same regiment, and when the war
ihe is gropijg in the dark aud growing broke out we went to the front under the
n ; plant ot experience for aerself, but same colonel. As I ssud before, our regi-
u is sau traruenimr. tor there aro thorns mem camnea at Liexintrton. ALo.. near
ead of fruit, and in the leaves is Ksinsas City, or Westport, as it was
j i:-on. New York World. known in those days. Among the events
that transpired during the two weeks of
Puj ing a Creditor. our sojourn was a grand ball, eriven at
Like many another famous man, both the residence of a loyal northern woman.
li fore his time and since, Talleyrand ex- for Lexington, although a Missouri town.
hibited at least in early life a great had great respect for the Confederate
reluctance to settling with his creditors, colors, and a great many of its citizens
lien he was appointed bishop of Autun heartily sympathized with the southern
by I. 'uis XVI. he considered si fino nw I rsiuse. At the ball spvpral nf tlipnffipoi-a
leu to be necessary to the proper main- of our regiment were invited Poor and
enance of the dignity of that office, myself included.
Accordingly, a coach was ordered and the challenge.
.. livered, but not paid for. Some time "During the evening I placed my name
ifter, as the newly appointed bishop was on the programme of one of the Lexins-
about to enter his coach ho noticed a ton belles, but when I called for the
Grange man standing near who bowed dance I was horrified at tho discovery
: .ntinu;iliy until the coach was driven that my name had been deliberately
ty. tins occurred ior several days, erased and that or Poor substituted, evi-
Uii at lemrtli laiievrand. addressing dentlv bv himselr. When Poor an A tho
f. ranger, saiu : young lady started off amid the seductive
'Well, m- good man, who are yon?" strains of the orchestra my blood fairly
1 s;m your eoachmaker, my lord," re- boiled with indignation. Later in the
d the stra:igi-: evening I canjmt Ca?:t. Poor in the o-en-
vh!" said Talleyrand, "you ara my tlemen's dressing room alone. I slapped
acnmalrcT; an I what do you want, my him roughly m tho face, and told him
aclimnk-er.-' j:ist wliat 1 thou.-'nt of him. He did not
1 want to be paid, my lord." repent it there, but the next day I re-
Ah! yon are my eoachmaker, and ceived a challenge from him to fight a
m want to be iiaui? lou shall be naid. duel.
eoachmaker." "I had never fought a duel, and I hesi-
Lk;t when, my lord?' tated some time, but rather than be ac-
Hniii!'' said Taileyrand, settling him- cased of cowardice I consented. The
t comfortably among the cushions oi matter was placed in the hands of
friends, and one bright moonlight night
five dark figures sneaked out of the camp
and into si neighboring wood. The fifth
figure was that of si doctor of Lexington,
who had been let into the secret and con
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic Mihstancc. It is a harmless suhstituto
for Paregorfc, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
it is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' uo by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverishuess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd
cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
106111111? troubles, cures constipation and ilatulcncy.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas- -toria
is tlw Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Cawtorla Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told tue of iU
good effect upon Uioir children.'"
Dr. O. C Osoood,
Castoria Is the bent remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day ianot
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and uso Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves. "
Da. J. F. Kl 2VCHSLOB,
" Cantorla Is so well adapted to children thii
I recommend it as superior to any prescriptloa
known to irm."
II. X. Arcrcb, M. D.,
ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. T.
Our physicians In tha children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only nave among our
medical supplies what Is known, as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look wUa
favor upon It."
T7MITKD nOSTITAX. AMD DlSPfSAY,
Amur C. Smith, Prt$.t
The Centaur Company, T7 Murray Street, New York City
&Cuu) 'v'.v V j1
new coach aud eveiuar liis coach-
J. D. GRAVES & CO.
DEALERS IN PINE LUMBER,
SHINGLES. LATH, SASH.
DOORS. BLINDS.and all building matt-rial
Call and see us at the corner of
11th and Elm street, one hlock
north of HeisePs mill. &
live." Boston Transcript.
A Dr;ini;ir.i:it with Influence.
Or.een Elizabeth of liomuania has sentcd to !ict, in consideration of a bit;
Plattsmouth., STebrekskf li
. iii:t.n ; hiy v.iiic.'. she is pleased to
escribo us a tra-edj-, but whicli is reallv
piece of tiie most wildly and extrava-
v.itly sensational kind. It is entitled
VTi--i';t-'---r "VTrmfilH- " .-.nil ih ia tr. 1 ,u ii-.-T,-.
laced at the Vienna Court theatre. The
e-e is of the old transpontine order,
ith ghosts, murder.-:, a wife walled up
ive, and other sensational episodes, and
i.-. full cf preposterous situations, ab-
ciir.uy KLiite l (iialoirue and Boiiibatites
Fntioso declamation. Ou'-en Elizabeth.
n she was recently at Yienna. in
vited the company of the Court theatre
partake of a iiuinptuous dejeuner ac
1 he I'i-erial. aud the cLau-r.-atrue
-.v(vl in r: vera at the meal. Ker itij
ty rea l tho play to her jjnests, wl:o
:'pl;ude.l it as ;, matter of course, an.'i
she went to :;ee the eaperor, and i:;
ice.I him to co: ama" that the iiect
iGiill be pi'-1'-.;..-'! c.t the Hofbury,
neze, as a riue, nev.' plays are not
accepted. London Truth.
ysir trees ftSie Eloeaie
vssr 4Bwss trees tSasst wSE5 be a
vk JL S&iave sail tlae E
.Just I.iUc His Ilusnian Sli-it!icr.
The :-r.:: an very rarely or iievt.-r leaves
;.3 jri'ounds of Yildiz Kiosk, except to
K-J once ;-. week to a mosque just outside,
v.'lic-ii the very striking ceivnony known
i'.s the i jela-niick takes place. Once a
year, also, lie pays a visit to Stumuoul,
. but the route th.ei-e and returning is
never known in advance. He is in con
stant fear of assassination. So:ne grand
Juchess whom be received at his court,
on his complaining that Lis health was
indifferent, advised him to take more
exercise and change of air. and to drive
about the country. On her departure be
is reported to have suid: "What harm
nave I done that this woman should do
-:ire ray death? Why does she advise me
to run iat such dangers?" Nineteenth
A Wedding Cakt Dcfiecti-ri.
'I had some wedding cake today un
der very distressing circumstances,'" said
a postal clerk. "At the postoffice v pack
age had been received containing a heavy
invoice of this style of fancy goods. It
was nearly six inches square and had
sixteen cents in postage stamps, bet not
a sign of an address. There was no help
for it. The owner couldn't be found,
and rather than let the cake go to waste
it was distributed judiciously among a
few fnenils. Of course everybody was
sorry, but the state of things might have
been worse." Buffalo Express.
fee ior his services. To every appear
ance the duel was to be a tragic one, al
though I thought at one time I detected
a slight smirk in the features, of the sec
onds, who were mutual friends of the
" 'Measure off ten paces.' commanded
the doctor as he wiped a tiny stream of
Missouri nicotine from his chin whiskers.
The doctor was to act as master of cere
monies. 1 he space was measured.
'Bring on the weapons,' was the
uext command. The seconds brou-rht
forth an ominous looking bundle care
fally wrapped up in oilcloth. Capt. Poor
shuddered. I was equally nervous. Usrh!
the weapons were evidently wicked sa
ber.?, and jt would be a duel fr-.-.u which
neither principal would emerge alive.
e took our places ten races apart and
stood glaring at each other, patiently
waiting for the supposed swords to be
placed in our hands ready to pierce each
" 'Gentlemen, here 'are the weapons,'
exclaimed the doctor as two large base
ball bats rolled-out of the oilcloth. He
advanced and placed one in the hands of
each principal. T.Iind, gentlemen, you
are net to violate the rule to keep ten
paces apart. Are you ready"
"Capt. Poor and I gazed at each other.
The seconds were doubled up on the
ground in convulsions of laughter. Even
the doctor smiled, and to cap the climax
a silvery laugh from a woman's lips
broke the stillness of the air as the fair
cause of the duel strode on to the duel
ing ground with ' eyes sparkling with
" 'Do be sensible, gentlemen, and
shake hands,' said she. 'There is going
to be another party next Tuesdaj- even
ing, and I will divide my programme of
waltzes with you both if j ou do.'
nooKeaai i-oor, anu we met natf ,
1V.1T and RTinok h.-mds Tl Imlir-rrma rIiyUCl lvr?
contemplation of a duel with baseball Industry Gooseberry
oats at a instance ot ten paces was too I w no- l-foosf:bfrries. Z VGill'S O hi
i r tt i , i -'wv---r ' j
mucu ior us. v e lau-nea neartuy alter v si . uMM: O . 1
casting a renroachful dance at the mis- HOUhtOH Gooseberries, 2 yoar old
chievous seconds who put the job up on .AsparaCTUS
If I .
t now Balls - -
Evergreens, Norway spruce 15, Fir
save 5aa isse ue&imixg vsa-
o years old
2 years old
Cherry, early Richmond, late Richmond, wragg
Plum, Pottawattamie, Wild (jroose
liaspberries, Gregg Syler
Strawberries, Sharpless Cresen ,
Concord vines, 2 years old : -.Moors
Early grapes, 'J, years old -Currants,
At this juncture there was a rustle of
satin near the hotel elevator, and ther"
major arose in response to a signal from
a well preserved lady. As lie left the
reporter ho said, with a sly wink of his
He AY as Vuduly Aiixiouit.
One cf the most amusing dL-torticns
of English that I ever heard was perpe- '
trated by a waiter on u' Grand Trunk j
dining car, eager for his fee. i
1 had ordered a simple supper of lake j
trout and buttered toast. Its meager ap- I
p. arance seemed to disturb my friend ia
the whit jacket. i
"Ain't you goin' to have no other meut
besides that lish, sir:" he asked. Levis- :
left eye, "I got that young lady for life,
though, and Poor is up in the Sioux
country now, and still a bachelor." With
these parting words he disappeared into
the dining room with the wife of his ro
mance. Denver R.-xublican. '
.Spider poison appears to have special
effects on certain insects, and the largest
Hies are not always the least affected by
it. Insects over which spider poison has
hut little influence are usually l"ft-mesh-e.t
in the web to struggle until exha-iti!
its to devour
WwrseBry' OHe-balf .mile nortb &6
towiaend ot SSth 'Street.
Address all Orders zb .
P LAT1 SM0 UTB, ' - NEB.
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