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vol, xxix. no u.
l'l.ATTSMOlTlM 'ASSC(H-.TY.NMHUASKA.THrns)AY.inY 1 1. tsL.
A rrt'iiiu of tartar bakingf powder
Highest of all in leavenintrstreiifith
Latent l S. Government food report.
liCRUXUTUX k MISSOURI ItIV Kit It. R-
V TIMETAF)I.E. '
OK DAILY PASSKNUEK TWAINS
No. 2 ft : 17 I. M.
No. 4 in -:M an.
No. 8 7 ; 44 i, m
No. lit e : ;i. m
No, ti 12 -.") A. II.
No i, :4.i a. m
No. J, :i :4 p
No, ') H :(M II in
No, 7 fi ' I 1 1 ill
.No, 4 4 : 10 li, in
o, 91 7 ::fia, III
HiisliiieH's extra leaves for Omaha atioiit tw
o'clock for i iimliaiitul will Hccoiimwiinte pas
MISSUVM PAClFiC RAILWAY
No. 384 Accomodation Leave..
No.SM ' arrives..
Trains daily except Sunday.
. .lo.-M a in
, . 4 ;(Ki p. in
-i4 rii 'n . M4 M. W. A. meets every
second and Fourth iMondny ev-iiinit" In
Kitruerald hall, vlsitme iiciiiiiimii welcome,
P. V. Hansen, V. 0. : P. erlenliei'L'er, w. A
8. C. Wilde, Clerk.
AVTTN II K PAI.MKK CAMP NO 50-
sns Vfteriiiii'. division of Nebraska, I
8. A. meet every litesilay niulit at 7 M o'clock
in tiiBir hull In fltliremlrt h ock. All sons and
visiting comrades are coidially invited to meet
witlius ,I.J. Kurt., Coiiimander ; H. A. Ale
Elwaln, 1st fearfent .
rvRHKH UK TIIK WOULD. Meets at 7 : .HI
J every Monnav evenlni! at tlie liraiiri Army
hall. A. F. Groom, iiei(leitt, Jlios walling
l it v V.,sMeef first mid tliiril Kri
cluv evening of emii muni Ii nt KHIK
no ii. rroiiK eriiiyieu -i ; j mimim
A H M..fiiiiliii' I'imt No. 45 meets every
VT HutilniMV evonniL' at 7 : 3(1 in their Hall in
Kockwood Mock. All vlsilini! comrades are
,.h,ii .iu. inviii'ii to meet with (is. Fled Hales
Post Adlnlant;t;. K. Niles, Post Cominadiler,
fXKJIITS OK l'VTIllAS-Clllllltlet Lmluc
J. v.. it. Mi'i'Ih i'vitv eiluesilnv evt
iiinif tit their hull over I'lontiet At Tutt's, all
visitinir kninlits ore cordially
attend. M N liritlitli.t C: mi
K and s.
liuvey K of
4 i- v Vn M Meet seionil and fourth
Kriilo v cvonimrs in the mniitli nt ll
4) K Hall. M oiidrau, M W, K 1' Hrown
TAAltJHTKUS OF KEHKIVA
In I.oiIl'm No. 4(1 meets I
fourth Thursday eveuini-'S of each nioiiili ii
the I'd. O. K. hall. Mrs. T. E. Williams N
U. ; Mrs. John Cory, secreiai j.
liuil of Prom
the second anil
lIONOh'-Meels the first
and third Tlinirsday evening" "f each
month in I. .. V. hall. Fitzyerald liluek.
Mrs. Addie Smith, Worthy SiMemf lluiior
Mrn. iNunuie Hnrkel, sicltr i-ecretiiry.
' CAHS LODOK, No. Itii.I.O.O. F. meets ev
ery Tuesday niht at their nan in i-iunerani
block. All Odd Fellows are cordially Invited
to attend when visltlnit in t!ie city. Chris Pet
eren,N. O. ; S. F.Osborn, Secretary.
110YAL AKOANAM Cass Council No 1021,
Meet at the K, of 1'. hall In the Parinele S
Hi; niocK over iienneii
lirethren Invited. Henry
Thos WallltiK, Secretary,
& Tints, vislrliiu
Cerlnt;, ltegcnt ;
YOUNU MEN'S CHKISTION -SOCIATION
Waterman block. Jlaln Street, Hooms
open from s :;io a m lo S :'.v l id. For men only
Cospel meeting every Sunday atteruouu at 4
According to the census of lS'.H),
Chicago takes rank, ly virtue of her
population of l.Cd.riVii people, as the
eiiihth largest city on the ylobe.
IIost of us desire, at one time or
another, to visit a city in which so
many persons find homes, and,
wiieu we do, we can mid no oetler
line than the "i!urliu;;'ton Jv'otile."
Three fast and comfortable trains
'whtily. For further information ad-PS-dress
Hie aicnt of tlie company at
this place, or write to J. Francis,
General 1'nssener and Tkket
Ayent, Omaha, Nebraska.
William Klliot iV Sous vs. I.. A
.'Hitne. Mnt on promissory note.
Default of defendant entered. Judg
ment for plaintiff for.fTl.aL'.
In the matter of the last will and
testament of Valentine Hay, de
ceased. Hearing on petition to ad
mit same to probate and letters tes
tamentary to Martin VY. Walt.. Ad
mitted to probate and letters ac
cordingly. Charles Vandeventer vs. ('. 1..
Stullctal. Suit in replevin. Trial
to court, aryued and submitted and
judgment lor plaintiff.
In the matter of the last will and
testament of William 15. Shryock,
decea.-cd. Hearing on jietitiou to
admit same to probate August I,
10 a. m.
K'ichey Itros, vs, I'laitsiuouth In
vestment Co. Suit on promissory
note for 57."). Answer August 1.
K. G. Ilovev Sons vs. Frank T
Davis et al. Suit on note. Judg
ment for plaintiff for jVHii). la.
In the matter of the estate of
'alentine Hay, deceased. Notice to
creditors to tile claims on or before
unitary Hi, ls'.Ki, 10 a. in.
k'obcrt 15. Carlyle vs. Henry Hart
man. Suit tm promissory note for
:f;!0. Answer, August 1.
H.A.Gibson vs. Eugene L. K'eed
Hearing on citation against de
feiulant to compel disclosure of
SI. "id AYIlAli.
seiis.iU'.n us in,
INCIDENT IN THE LIFE OF THE j
EMPRESS OF AUSTRIA. :
ni,' 1 1 tlie waier Were Mill-
In iol. ll.u'in r's Yiitiiijf
Her tlinse TmiU Hie l:i ,
Teeth and Miiilo u Tenilile Kon-Aa
Almot Miraculous I i ;i. 0ef Mil Open
Irn lii iiltf. . IMik K) i.iniai.
.M.iny years ;i-o i wa an eyewitness
to an accident wr.Vh befell the enipreso
of Au-lria, mu.1 wliieh was so terrible
that Iter escape hum death seems to me
even now a miracle,
Elizabeth of Austria, as she like,! to
call herself, was at that time n. .t onlv
the most darin- but ul.-o the best rider
in tlio winld. Xd manor wi,in.i!i ever
knew better hmv to take an obstacle
this v ,
than this most ch.innin- of a!
property, liable to execution,
gtied and submitted.
Cliarles C. Parinele et 1
Sarah Gibson et ul. Suit on
count for Answer, July
10 a. m.
In tlie matter of the estate of
Richard Lewis, deceased. Hearing
on petition for appointment of Gil
ley S. Ward administratrix, de bon
us non, July la, a. m.
Fvinpkie Hardware Co.. vs. K. D.
McNurlin. Set for trial July Kith at
10 a. in.
In the matter of the estate of Win.
H. Shryock, deceased. Notice to
creditors to file claims on or before
January 14, lN(.tt at 10 a. in.
In the matter of tlie estate of Jos
eph Iloefer deceased. Hearing on
petition for appointment of C. I'.
Hall administrator. Prayer of pe
tition granted and with bond fiixed
In the matter of tlie estate of Jos
eph Hoefer deceased. Notice to
credtiors to file claims on or before
January hi, lMCi, 10 a. in.
General Manager Holdrege, Gen
eral Superintendent Calvert and
Superintendent English passed
through the city this morning on
Foftly drone the honey bees;
Blossom scented in the breeze;
(olden is die era In.
Over all the faintest hiize
Ktsts, itml scuiK birds pipe their lays
In a sweeter si l ain.
From the meadows come the scent
Of ibe new hay, clover blent
In the topaz sky
Fleecy clouds, like ships t sea,
Flouting onward lazily,
Or at anchor, lie.
Nature now is doubly dear
To my soul, for doubly near,
AX July's behest,
Phe lias come, and cnmini; brings
Surcease from all weary t hi x
Ulissflll seliMi nf r..t
-John Kendrick limits in Ladies' Home Jour-
Whlsller'n Frank ( iltlelsm.
A Taris letter days that Whistler so.
riouslv criticised one of Daiuiut's pic
tures in a Paris art exhibition a week oi
?lr. Van I'elt, editor of the Crai:;',
Mo., Meteor, went loa drug store at
Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked the phy
sician in attendance to uive him a
dose of something for cholera mor
bus and looseness of the bowels.
He says: "I felt so much better the
next morning that I concluded to
call on the physician and get him
to lix me up a supply ()f the medi
cince. I was surprised when he
. .handed men bottleof Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlm a K'enic
d'. 1 le said he prescribed it retru-
lariy in ins practice auu lound it
tUe best he could get or prepare. I
can testify to its efficiency in my
iie nt ail events." For sale by F.
(I. f'ricke iV Co.
so ago, and the next day a mutual
friend mischievously introduced the twe
men. Meantime the censorious ex
pressions of the former hail been wi.lelv
epoateil. (ilad to meet vmi. Mr
Whistler," Danwat is veimrted iis bavin. .
said, "parlieulaily glad at this moinenK
us I hear you have been rumiimr down
my pictures behind Mv back."
Yes," returned the ad. 'id in tb.-.
1,'entlo Hit of luakiiiL' enemies: '!
ay soiiiethimjr rather liarsli nbonf. it
aiei it, was i.eiund your hack, as I newt
neriire nail the pleasure of
face to face,
"Now that I do see you, I will do vmi
the favor to tell y.oi the contribution
y.m have s. lit to this salon has no busj.
Iless here. This is a collection (,f
tares, and y,m liould be informed that
half a doen liuivs outlined on a wall
do not ci.iisiinite a picture. Sum,. tiling
of inlel'.i-eiit composition, smne attempt
to represent an idea, .somn respect fm
the trullis of na! itre are .rimo requisites,
and your tl.it drawing over thery does
not eiubovlv an v of tin -e mialiiies. Good
morning, Mr. Ji.miiat !"
A .Marvel In Hook Piibli.lilai;.
A CUlious book, ill whicil tile text H
neither written nor printeil, but woven,
has lately been published in Lyons, It
is made of silk, and was published in
twenty-five parts. Each part consists
of two leaves, so that the entire volnmo
contains only fifty leaves, inseribeil with
the service of the mass and several
pruyers. Both the letters and the border
are in black silk on a white background.
women, lhotiuh her majesty was th-,
already a grandmother, on horseback
she could give odds to the best Hun
garian and English riders. The party
at the cent of which 1 am writing con
sisted oftho empress and a large num
ber of Austrian and foreign ge ntlemen
riders, who seemed to have gathered to
gether from all parts of Europe. Most
of them were known as prominent
horsemen. This was notsurnrisinL' eon-
sidel ing that the empress would never
take the field in company of poor riders,
On this occasion the empress rode a
very spirited young horse, which she
had obtained in Lancashire when on a
visit to England, and to the training of
which she had personally attended for
nearly a year. Everything went well
after the start until we crossed a high
way leading to a small Hungarian
country town a short distance off. Pass
ing a white painted milestone the em
press' horse shied, and suddenly bo
coming uncontrollable it dashed down
the road in the direction of the town.
From appearance it was evident that
the animal had succeeded in taking the
bit between his teeth and that no earth
ly power could stop it on its mad run
away. Although we all followed the empress,
none of us seemed to gain upon her.'
Flying we passed through tho little
town, much to the amazement and the
terror of the few people in the streets.
A short distance beyond tho town was a
shipping canal, and to our horror we
saw that the drawbridge spanning the
canal was open so as to permit the pas
sage of Bomo boat. In a moment we
realized that the empress was running
straight into the jaws of certain death.
Faster ami faster we went on in pur
suit, but faster and faster ulso seemed
tho empress' horse to fly. Now it had
reached the open bridge. Would it
stop? Before wo had time to think we
saw the animal dash up the incline of
tho open bridge like a Hash of lightning.
ror moment we could not but close
our eyes and a shudder convulsed every
man in the cavalcade. It was a terrible,
moment a moment during which fear
and horror alternately kept us merci
lessly in their pangs. When we opened
our eyes again, still riding as fast as our
horses could go, the fair rider and her
runaway had disappeared.
We had no doubt that the inevitable
had happened and that Elizabeth of
Austria was drowned in the slow and
turbid waters of tho canal.
Tho idea was a terrible one. My per.
is too weak to describe tho confusion
among us and the agony of suspense
that followed and seemed" to make each
rider quiver in his saddle. Almost un
consciously we had stopped our horses
just before reaching the incline to the
open uraw. As a matter of fact our ex
citement was so great that wo did not
even notice that one of our number
Count Szepany, if I remember well, was
also missing. All our faculties natural
ly had followed the empress only.
There we were, halting before that
terrible bridgp like a pack of cowards
with nobody among us plucky enough
to ride into death with an empress.
A few seconds later tho inclinesof the
bri.lgo were lowered again, but nobody
f our company seemed to even attempt
to pass it. 1
From the pangs of fear and horror we
had passed into those of amazement.
several hundred van Is be von, I f l. l,..i.t...,
we beheld riding toward usaladvon a
toaming steed. It was the empress, and
j 11 sil1" "lily gallant man of the
crowd, Count Ssci.any. Her majesty
jhrmly sat her horse, and appeared .m
I c""1 ''""1 collected us if nothing had ban
pencil. ' 1
Smilingly did she make fan of us and
our anxiety. IF.-r tin,, raillery was j!lf,t
as iniicn just, !,,, i as it was iunlbuMvo
when she saw tile oiliablo li-oo-,.
ill her exalted presence.
Tho empress- h,,iv was very lame,
and closer examination showed' that ii
had dislocated its l ieht. hind f,.ll....l, I."
jumping the open draw between the
j wings of the bridge the hind feet of the
i empress' hor.-e had caught one of the
iron rails at tho edge and torn off on,. ,,(
I its hind shoes. The most extraordinary
feature of the accident was how tho
horse ever could lmv(, jr,,,,,. down the
mehn,. without breaking its own and
tho riders neck. The only explanation
lor this small miracle, however, might
bo found in the fact that the empress
never lost. In r presence of mind for a
minute when on horseback, and that,
though the anime.l was uncontrollable,'
sho must have sat it to perfection. With
regard to Count Szepany, he was unable
to give any account of his escape. More
over, he did not even remember whether
his horse made the jump before or after
tho empress'. He simply said that dur
ing the jump lie closed his eyes for a 1
second, and that' he then extx-rieuced &
A Si I he ii, .1 , J, ,,.,,
vptiau scythe, dug up on the
'Mil- Nile in ivio, is exhibited
the aniiiiuiti-s in the i.i-i, .o ,
i museum -f Flinders IV trio. L-ud-u.
j The shaft of the instrument is -f wo-d
j set with a row of tine Hint saws, which
j are securely .. m-iit .-. t in a groove. This
discovery answers tho oft asked mies.
low did the stone au'o man har-.croiKr-.
Louis k, public.
. I ioi; suits A i e M,iii-,.-.
i:., suit-, will be worn shorter
ir. This may aoiiear .-.tort I in,. t,
the fur sex, but as it is intended solely
Mr t!... man ot fashion, with whom I be
lieve my-olf on "speak i:nr terms," the
shock iu tiie first sentence must be for
given, as it was altogether uninten
tional. But in saying that bathing suits will
be worn shorter. 1 have reference only
to the l-wer half. Last year they cov
ered many an ungainly knee. This year
they can be worn cut to just above the
knee or just' below, and tho shape of a
man's limbs will have much to do with
his choice. As a man is never an ex
cellent judge of his own physhpie, it
might be well to ask a friend for advice.'
Bathing sails will be worn as tightns
ever. This is another bit of agreeublo
information for the host of well shaped
men who enjoy the two or three months
in the year during which they can dis
port themselves on the sands of Manhat
tan Beadi, Long Branch, Newport and
Atlantic City. But society permits this
show of shape, in fact enjoys it, and so
the man of fashion has simply to bow
obeisance and pose.
When you buy your bathing outfit
this year be sure and do it properly.
Buy them in one piece of worsted or
silk, and if you are stout get vertical
stripes, and if you are thin follow the
Sing Sing design. That is very much in
stylo this year. Boston Herald.
Treatment of the Car' t'oiooimptlve Son.
The Grand Duke George, the czar's
second son, who ever since his enforced
return through illness from his Indian
tour has lieen under medical treatment
lor pulmonary disease, has been passing
the winter at Abbas-Tuinan in the Cau
casus. A private letter from that plnco
states that his imperial highness is under
going a most remarkable course of treat
ment. The walls in his apartments are
bare and unpapored, the furniture is of
plain wood or cane without upholstering
or stuff covering of any kind, and his bed
consists only of the thinnest of mat
tresses. Throughout tho winter only a
very moderate lire lias been kept up,
wane me windows of the grand duke,
rooms have been continuously onen.
His attendants have snft'erod dread
fully from tho cold, but his medical ad
visers hold that this low temperature is
ery Deiieiicial to their imperial patient,
as it tends to destroy tho bacillus and
prevent the formation of tubercle. They
maintain that the progress of the disease
has been arrested, and express hones
41...J. ii. . j . ...
iiiai.u uie treatment which they pre
scribe is persevered with, tho grand
duko will in two years' time have com
pletely recovered. Pall Mall Gazette.
': J-'h'srcusa fchxitchk.
HAN I I.I-;s . Vlil(l,y ,,;lIlv t..llTi!1(,es amj
can offer good bargains in them
lies (ie siring to furnish house complete
co.,1,1 not do better (ban to call and inspect bis line o!
way of Parlor sets, Dining room nelt),
in a lirst-ela8
Med boom set, and evenything ktpt
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours.
A New Way to C'atili FImIi.
Jlr. David Tickle, of the Cuba district,
Dlakely Ga., has a new mode of catch
ing fish. The plan is this: The fish are
baited for some days with a mixture of
flour and magnetized steel filings made
into stiir paste or dough. When they
begin to tako tho bait a magnetized iron
or steel rod, coated with the samo kind
of paste, is let down to them. They
soon attempt to suck tho paste from it,
ami in uoing so stick hard and fast.
It is not unusual for Mr. Pickle to
haul out at one time a long string or rod
of suckers in this way. This plan of
fMiing, combined with Mr. Oil (Mom's
method of frightening or setting fire to
the fur of raccoons a, pun,ing them
out of tho highest trees with roinan
candles, is bound to revolutionize hunt
ing and fishing in this section. Atlanta
has a hoise that is both
carnivorous. That: isto
!'a.ls corn,, oats, hav and
D. V. l',rrett
say, it not only
other things that eipu'iies should, but it
devours rags, nails, scrap iron, barb
wire, etc.. with a relish. Friday its
queer s'omach hankered al'l-r meat", and
1 lave had a h.-n and chickens running in
the ya'd. and that hois,,, gulped down
seven of the little chickens quicker than
a wink and smacked its lips for more.
Th- ln-:'s,. i in M-,,,,d condition, js sound
as a 1 illar, was raised ui the far off
state o:' Washington and. aside from ii
si rang- app,
GO - TO-
House Furnishing Emporium.
WUEKEyoii ciin got yotir hoiiso fiirnislied from
kitclii'ii to jnrlor and at ensy toanns. I Inm
j.j'j die tlie world renown Haywood luiliy cui'iiiies, al.so
jjtl the latest improved Uclialik' I'mi-css (iafoline Ftme
i lJ ('all and lie convinced.
Mo trouble to sliuw nooils.
, How's This!
coffer Km dollars reward for
liny ense of catarrh that can not be
cured by Hall'H Catarrh Cure.
h. J. C heney Co. I Yodh. Toledo.
We the undersigned, have known
J. Cheney for the last 1.1 years.
and lu live him pefeetly honorable
in nil iuisnesM transactionsand tin-
inciully able to carry out an oblig
ations made by their firm.
West c Truax, Wholesale Drug
gist, I oledo ( )b io., allium- hitman
i Tnrvin, Wholesale druggist Tole
do ( )hio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, action directly upon the blood
ami mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, T.'ic. per bottle. Sold by all
Prugoist; Testimonials free.
l'i iK S AM-: w TlvAln;-A desirable
lot ill Plattsiunlltll. Will sell for
cash or will take a uoikI hunev
illl.l) AND I'OltCHLAlX CKOW.NSi
PriiW work nnd t'ne gold work a
Oil. SIKINAt'S LOCAL lis uell ;i-i ntliur
estheticsmven for tn- I'liiulessextnu-tum of'
H. A MA If. SIT ALL. - Fit"e-.,i pic,
For pariii ul
or iM'll e
t.'.e and peculiar L'astr,,- J lmi' until N-pl
'h, is all right. Laddonia
llavlni: 1 ul-,. Teelh I'ull,..).
(toing twelve miles to have . i set of
false teeth pulled and being obliged to
tako gas in on', r to undergo the opera
tion is solnethiti,' new ill the dental lin
but it was the experience nf a Kenne
bec county woman the other day. The
teeth were new and were such a snug
fit that she couldn't get them out. After
enduring the discomfort f..r two da vs
she went to Augusta for relief, and by
tho time she reached there her mouth
was so sore as to make the taking of gas
r"cessarv. Lewiston .b inrnal.
A bill is to be introduced into the next
session of the Pennsylvania- legislature
for the creation of forest reservations
at the headwaters of principal rivers. i
Coloi-iido h Cool lletreiits.
During- the ' tourist season"- from
tuber the llurlitiLr.
1 ton route has on sale round trip
tickets, at very reduced rates, to the
principal resorts of Colorado
To Deiner, Colorado Springs,
.Maiiileu, i'nebb) and Ivsb-s park
(Ibe most attractive spot in the
whole state) particularly low rates
ate in force.
July ami August are the best
months in which to visit Colorado's
unrivalled resorts, to all of which
the Hiirlington, with its connec
tions, olfers ime(iialleil service.
The local agent will be glad to
give you any desired information.
I ri.ICS PIvITKK'l :F.I'G
Among- Tobacco, H.r
alone pleases the 1a-t
the critical connoisseur.
artificial process can ,u
hance its value. The ' liud"
cigars are always ma le of
the linest Havana lilb-r- and
has always been esteemed
above every oilier br i:nN
blade ar s.d.l at 1
in, nit h.
I will be at the meat market on
payday to settle up nil accounts
due the late firm of Sampson itros.,
anil would like to see all who owe
us for meat on that day or the day
iter. Tiios. Sampson.
JOHX A DAV1KS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Union IJIooIa
1'I.ATTSMOUTII, - - N'EURASKA
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