Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892, July 14, 1892, Image 9
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IN VIOI.AI'.I i: sni'UOT ami ( t(. TAIN ( I UK. A.lilrnsa hr. V, U. l-nrkcr. or I lit; I'e.ilKiily Mi'ilicul IiiHtitnti-, No. I liiiliiucli St., lli'Htiin, M;tni. Tin- lVnl'ody Mi illi'ul Instlttito lu.a many lini. t;it.ir, luit nn f.lial. - , r,i''l. 'I'hi' Scii'iin. f I, if, , i.r -Ji lf l"r.'iTvnt!,ii', ia a tri'i.Mir" iiii.ro viiliin' ir th.ui ft.lil. Ui.nl ii inw, I'M'i v l: l iin.l i;l: i num, .mil li .iri' lu ! VI KOM; , M, J,, : .; , , . ,x ,,j riiiind. airier:-'V ? 1 Stkl 4 ("''' ti'.e inie. It r ninvis t thv.' languor of morning, sus- f 5 tains tU' c:is.v,i s ol'r.oiii.lv.lli Ik , - . V tl:o v.:nik.s j1 iiiiit. ' $ A itli BeerJ 4 delicious, sparMin,;, nppctiiiii:. 4 a r-'n't hr ,!.'. in' l if i ,!,. ,. i , I r , , ,)., - t l lii r ,i'.i,, u ii n .. M,., i-,,,, W ii "jiist.u ,ii ,r' iis i ,- .v, nii.uii n 4 i as ; iuii .13 me ,';iiii.iic ili.u i . a 1 ANTED A(;li.NTS to sell iiiirrlniit ! iiur-i. ry s.tork Mirny line rMriiil t i (i tn nilcr wri t it ick niui M'ttin- clinki' ul trrriturv MAR BROS. mkskivvm k'iiclii'i.tfr,X. Y v c-vS .feS PARK EM' 3 'IV iVcl-, HA,R BALSAM ' P&'ifH'' S f& Ii "" "'', i' p hair. ..(ft i-.' M I'i a,, a Iiui.i.:i,,1 p,Ih. VAjN('v,r Fails to Krstor? (irnv ' '..I : , ,.a.r to in Vout l.f,il Color. r PUT DOWN IJYTHKlKKi HOW A REVOLUTION WAS SUP PRESSED BY A PLAYFUL PUP. Till- It.ill I'll Tl.illi;lit lliili' V:IS u l.riiml i...i i iini i y ( llnr s,.nt. I'tni Mini st..! !,.,! in I n ji.y II lllls. ll -( ,ni slrl'.li.t loll llilnni; III,. lii'Voliit iiinist. Aiii't'ur l-i'Vnlntii'ii Iris Kvn stij. 1'i'Vvsi J i,! 1 iawau, aii'l I'm.' Miiirri-:--. 1' the iil"i ii :ir c'llL;r.i!!.!.il;iU t!t-::i M'lv. -i mi ii..' Mr.-tiitth ul' th. .ivfvii liti'iit. ( -!n r ii,',.i!,i i'.'i':il! t!i.' la. t tli.n l'' first 'i!i'i.- ii'iii'lli.ni was sii ;)!i'ssci a 1 as. i. .11 Iiit !' tin- kinir ii.ci ' a .' i ' a i ' Ii.- r.ay.il b...u!:i.tvt f ir . r i t ; . A t' wwli.i Ivin.w ai u'ft t' Umil,' I'i" iiii iiy tal" uf ImW H.'.Efi, t ' '. 1 1 i r s In; I i i l ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 'l"V ii a l' Vi'lui J(i., s.i .-I I a tin I'M.' aa I sratti ia 1 1 in' l.-a ;in': ht :ir;.i:i s ..f t h r. i i.. a!! in ill.-..., ra liniilVf kin.; lmn el' liii. -. 1, .ia,.li Ma. in l"s. This is l'ii. M.'i'v ;.'i.':;i. Na-li t.ll: ''. wen- at tli" i:-!aii'!s a year ., I we ii.uio Harry (iilli.:;. Frank my M'it'ainl i'n'MMt. l'irrii.t was Ilanv's l.u',1 jii;i. tin- ji'V i'f Lis iiuina's lif. , tin jn'i'io i.f Lis L.'art. II.. was a li.tvf. Mixiiiiliiisty Imikin biulf, aiul wiiiai t'viT H lnii r-i r t w.utlil pass liim lln e.'Vt'UMis M'uai'il which tin1 man v.ni,!il show I'm' tii'' tlni; wi'i'.Ll iua!;i' tli.- cul! eliills iif apiiri'lii'iisiiiii jilay lt ;i jtt'i-i i:i Sillies spinal nian-nu-. As u laallcr 1 1 fai'l. tlnniu'ii. rici'i-.it was as playful and 'puti' as harmless as a kit i.-n. H,. n.'Vci iiit iinythiti in his lir excrp; tl. sweet breails, chateaalii'i.iiii'is a ' i 1 such ileli c ic'i s with which his iinlalcnt ownci pa,llii'reil hii 11. Well, nr. the island David Kalakaua was kiii-j; and a kindlier man n.'Vci lived. II" slewed lis luaili.'d all. ulimi: Mrran:;.'.! t'easis in n;ir In-half, made nn piveninr uf an island fur a day, and Lm I'.is inmiey to us lit puker. lie speiil laarly r,s lunch tium at nut C"tl.ii;e a h" lid at the palace, which was close a! uaad. We 'icw tn havti a p'liuiiiu re '.rarl f..r him, lucaust., whatever hi i'aulls, Le was every inch a kin;,' in tin t;eiier.isity uf his impulses mid tlio luv. which he lmi'i) fur his subjects. ''I'ln re was Hciaiditinii then prevail ing at the islands somewhat similar to that preceding the arrestof Wilcox, A-h-f"l'd and the other conspirators. Dis c.mteiit ntutten d on thu corners. An in definable strain was in tho political at mosphere. Without knowing why, the onlooker f t that rebellion miht set the alarm bills liniiii; at any moiiieiit. The wrecking of iv govcninieiit might have been precipitated by tho jostling of a man on the sidewalk. "The kiiiL? was uneasy, though he kept a smiling face nml his customary affability. Feeling a wo did toward him, wo shared in a measure his anxiety, and awaited klio denouement with fe verish iuipaticuco. 'Tho urmy wus giving trouble. It had felt Its power by ptiuim; down (with the aid of tho baseball pitcher) tho first Wil cox revolution. It becamo unreasonable in its deiKands, nml tho king was soon involved in trouble with his own troops. "You know tho Hawaiian army con sists of about sixty-seven men ami half as many officers. But though small, it is tho ono military prop of tho island kingdom, and it has relatively ns much power and Importance as tho kaiser's marshaled millions. And so it was that when tierce discontent nml whispered denunciation were rife in tho army the people's faces blanched and apprehen sion mingled in the merriest rout. "At last it came. One night, as Cil ligntni 1 sat on the poivli of our cottage, we heard 'the roll of the stirring dninr and tin- clangorous marching of armed men. " 'Tin' revolution has begun! The army is inarching on the palace!' shouted ( iillig, il.'in-'it br.iv.'.aggi'essivo man, Harry grabbed a revolver and started on a rail for the palace ilicloMil'e. Being nn re or less of a fool, I suppose, I ran after him wilhout any revolver. Being dog, l'ierrot ran after us both. " When we reached t he palace we found the entire army just drawing into line in front of it. There was all tho thun der of the captains and the shouting which a man's heart could wish. Tho army had como to make a demand on the king, and was prepared to enforce it with bullet it lit I bayonet. "Xow pretty much everything on that trip had been arranged for Pierrot's amusement. So when he saw the glori ously caparisoned army drawn mi in the glare of the palace lamp he .supposed it wa-i there as a part cf his fun. With a bark and a b..iiud he Parted to enjoy the army. "Wow! "When Pierrot started for the army the army saw him ( ling. Wit h Li's bow legs, wide jaw nt.d red, overhang ing jowl, he s.'iiued a ravening bea. t. His onslaught was iuiek and noisy. "The army stood its ground a moment, and tln-ii began to be.it a retreat. Tin ! treat was m ;:u j., .? ,a. a lout, t;,,. " bowir a (!' ;.'l !e. with the tl,- tal'.' the hi :rl in. s i',, i ,".e, -v man's m.ilio, 'i'hi- was all th niur..' fan for Pierrot, lie gave expivs. j,,n i,, i,js j,,y in wild yowl-. . f .!. li.ht. Kvery lew momenfs agorgeons flicer or sligh'ly more sub dued private w.uild coi ue leapmgthi'om.'h tlie tr.es in 'a yellow cloud of fear.' Pierrot pla fi-!Iy cu'Vi.-.c l.u leads until attracted by .-ome . her scattered leia nant of tin; lengui ring host. "The rebellion was ,m m, -.,,.,1. :.,!.,. kaua was iii.-rntain. d on 'lie llinuieand Hawaii was again at peace-all on ac count of Ham- (iillig s bull pup. "-San Francisco Kxniniiier. laul l.nttlsh I inlin llaH. Two centuries ago tin-umbrella was known and used as a sunshade. Ben .Toiisou and P.e.auinont and Fletcher al luded to it. In 1TI J it was us. d as a rain protector, (iay in Lis "Trivia" speaks of the "umbrella's oily shed." which was rn- ordi-d as a kind of sou' wester material more serviceablo than gingham or silk, which was used in its construction at that period. Detroit Free Press. Net a NouriahiiiK IH t. An old Scotch servant attached to th household of tho famous British logician. Sir William Hamilton, was as proud of Lis master's fame as if it ud be n his own. and, ha ing picked up a few of Sir William's technical words and phrases, brought them into play on ev. ry possible occasion. One .lav a gentleman who was fond of drawing out old John for the minis, . neiit of t he i o'lipany said to him, with an engaging air: "I suppose, John, now that you've lived so l..'g with such a gtv.it Ira-.-iin' as Sir William, Veil are ipaiie able In c induct an argument j oiirseli";" "Wei l, I w unci say s e mucl,ie as that." r pi e l t old Sc..;, hman, with he' mod- sty of true genius, "but it 1 cantia conduct an uirgyuii-ni, I'm think in J could draw an inference." 'Could VoU'r Let lis , then? Thev'-i an 'Far!, rii proverb, y.u know, about tin. wild ;'-s sinuling vp the cist w ind. N'ov w'. it inf. I'eiice would .mi draw tron i that:" For a moment old John looked non plussed, as well la might, and then n gleam of sly humor twinkled in tho t or lu r of his dark gray eye. and he an swered, with a grim chuckle: "Aweel, the inference that, 1 wad draw Iroiii 'that wad be that ho might t-i: nil a king time before he grew fat!" David K.T in Harper's. I i.llv VlM'il the 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 s . We hid moved into a newly bui't house, which Lad ail the Modern im provements, the electric bell being one, of thelil. It. was a cold winter's night. Mr. and Mrs. J. w.-re traveling iu Kut'ope and i iie servants were all gathered a'ooii! t ho kitchen lire. Polly was also near the lire, but ia the dining room, which was up stairs. She used to see our mistress ring the bell for the servants to enter, ainl, like a f-lever bird, t-tndied mi this for a long while. On this night Polly was all alono, when suddenly the door opened and two men entered. The room being dark they could not see the bird and began searching for valuables, for they were burglars. Polly now proved her worth. She put out her claw and pressed the button of tho electric bell. It brought the servants to tho dining room, where, after a short struggle, they secured the burglars, w ho were about to make w:;y with much of tho valuable silver in t lit dining room. Polly was fed on dainties for sonm time as a reward for her valuable as sistance. Cor. New York Recorder. An Old l!n- HiM-cr. "I recently met a survivor of Pirate Lafitte's band of freebooters," said Thomas Haines, oneo a lieutenant in the United States navy. "Ho was a tough looking specimen, and must have been well past eighty years ot age, tor it is more than sixty years since I.afitte had his headipuirters on (Jalvestoii island and preyed upon tho commerce of tho Gulf. The relic of those half forgotten times was an inmate of a Jersey City charitable institution and was not much inclined to discuss bygones. Ho said however, that Lalitte was a very band some Frenchman more than six f.-.-t in height, well made ami possessed of won derful talents as a commander. He ruled tho toughest lot of men ever con gregated on one island as though they were a flock of lambs. Occasionally a lawless spirit would rebel, however, but his days thenceforth wa-ro brief and full of trouble. Kvery woman who came in contact with Lalitte f -ll in love wilh him, ami he was as safe among Lis fe male friends in New I h leans as on ial v.'sion island surrounded by his ariind buccaneers." St. Louis (il..be-l)i m,. era!. r.'ii.liKlloii of I'nrtlaiiil Ci'iiu'iit. Mr. (iii'oii read before t'ne I'.ngi neer's club at Philadelphia a paper on the trade of the world in Portland cement, in the course of which lie said that the present annual production in F.urope amounts to over gO.iiiiu.tiiH) barrels and its commer cial value to oyer i'Tgnii.iiiii). 'j'h,. (irst factory was established at NoitLfleet, on the Thames. The process was so crude that in ls.lu only four factories were in op. ration. In I'ngland there is now ov r , linn. nun barrels made each year. The process is much the same as it was twenty years ago. The raw materials are chalk and i lay, both pure, and al though inferior processes are employed they make satisfactory cement. A few y.-ars ago the lit ire product t the kilns was put on the market, but the tin. lies-. o the Continental cements led FiiJish mak-irs to improve their juo ecss, s, although even now English t t ineut is ii. t as a rule as linn as ( ieneva or French Portland.- New York Kvi n ing Sun. !'lottoi;r:iilii: ran','. i'iiot ir iphers were obliged until r - I coin iy i., import Ir an ( ,, riaauv tin- l a- rit-' li:i t lieir W' a k, out- own liiauii I'acfir. is being unable to assemble the necessary conditions of material watt r and Workman -hip for h- production (.f paper suitable for silver printing. A process ha- now been perfected iti this country w hereby a very ordinal". paper i-coated with a thin surface o sulph ivof baiyt. s and answers a. h.ii raiily f-.r phot, ;. re phic bringing i ,n i in the liiii.-li. d picture a wealth of tie tail f : niei y uioiiiown iii tiie art. it be ing 1. st in tin- leMure of the paper em ployed. F. in. cl ing Magazine, A (li'w r Oil of W in l.iii. in-liip. In a museum of curiosities at Salem, -Mass., th-'ie is preserved a common i lierry seed or .-ti no hollowed and fiuli ioiied like a basket. Within the basket tie twelve t iliy silver s IIS, the shape and finish of which cannot be distin guished with the naked t ye. The nanio uf the artist who constructed this little. wonder Las been lost, but the actual ex istence of the thing itself will not Imj questioned by any one from the old witch ht',dquarters of tin; Bay State. Chicago Herald. A ti ll at MiH'lei .i Wan, All important bit of local history Ln.i been tliscoveied at Salon in collliec'ion with a tombstone in the old Charter street bur nig ground. In the utter most corner of tins ground is a stone jearing l '..is m -cv:pi-m: "Mr. Na'hag Mather died Oct, Jmt 17th. P'.ss. Ati aged person that had seen but in net. i n w inters in t Lis u i i M." The nn auing . f this peculiar lusertp tion has on.; be, :i a matter for conjec ture aue ai ; . .eal historians. hi his "A I ue- a, an , i. ks," at ha ni' I ll.iw- tl oree n f : s : . u an I sa s; a 1 man at luii.-te, a .ear..' sail h t he i. : a'. . sto"c. l! a'te, t. d III.' deep!- . h II I cleai'l ,iv. ay I lie gra-s tf"iu tin-hall' 1 el 1 .i ' a ., , 1 1 ' ad I he 1: a i:n- The i i; ; a y I .... hen s. l . 1 hv the d' , o , i y tn t!it- F-.s,--i it: ! ;: ate ,.f a I - eh'C led, Til" I icl,. ;hc. V of til- M.-'ibt r I oIiom ." l'- this book it a;, pe.u - iiit . it ha:. i. I M 1 1 ! T -a as In an Jul., n. 1 I'.'.t, and was a brother of ('.ton .Mather ami a - m of liicrea- e Matin r. At tile age of I . he ( ais he had til. .roughly tili.-d for c .-g. and lie wa .:a biate.l ti"in Harvard at the ag- : s:leeii. At twelve he had lead the()!d Testament m Hebrew and the new Tes tament in ( ire. k, mid was able to con verso familiarly in l.at in. He was de iiugiiishcd ii. t only for his eoinpl 'te mastery of languages, but for hisattain incuts in mathematics, philosophy, his tory, theology mid rabbinical learning as well. At the time of his graduation he delivered an oration in lb-brew up.-a the state of learning liluong the .lev. Boston Journal. lu-re Oiilio n lit. h 4. ul. Hi lilivi. Moilia'val F.urope knew but very b'lli1 of eastern and n. t t le a torn Asia. Man., of the most learned co.siuogruphtTs ol the time taught that Asia siivtehod ea-t-ward indeliiiilely, and no on" iiuagiui d that it had an eastern coa -t washed bv the ocean. It was seriously taught thai eastern Asia was a land of Mist swamps', inhabited by monster serpents and dragons. This was the opinion that still prevailed up to wit hin '.'HO years of the time of Columbus. At this time two Venetian merchants by the name of Polo went on a vast trading expedition to tho uttermost parts tif Asia. They were gone many years. I'pou their return the son of on? of them, a young man named Marco Polo, wrote out a full account of their travels, described tho empire of the grand khan (the Chinese emperor) mid revealed the fact that Asia wan bounded on thu east by a vast ocean. He do scribed this eastern coast minutely, with all its vast cities and its wealth of precious stones and spices. It was from leading this book that the imagination of Columbus was fired, and ho conceived the bold conception of reaching this eastern coast of Asia by sailing toward the We.-J around the earth. So when ho discovered Cuba lie had not il doubt that, he had landed upon the coast of Asia, and that ho looked upon the same scenes that Marco Polo had gazed upon gOO years before. Yankee Blade. The liiiiithiK 1 -il In Hid Atlioillc The gulf weed i Fuciis nutans) which, with its litle round "berries," is not un like the mistletoe in form, but of a brownish yellow color. Las been thought to have lost its properly of rooting on rocks and to Lave acquired the power of living afloat. It has even been sug gest e. that I he sea marks the silo of a submerged continent, apparently the lost Atlantis. Dr. Krumiiiel holds that the Wt ed Las -.imply been drifted to its pres. nt po ii : .ii by the ( lulf stream and its aillin nt- ti .m t'ne V. st Indi .n is lands and the ( i!f of Mexico. Ii is now piovi d th ,i the t ,iif stream is not a -inaie n .i .-..w- vi . r of tin ocean." as Maerv tioallv described it, Lu; consists o a number of currents, not only Irom the Mexican gulf, hut ihe Antilles. Ti.e w I. according to Dr. Krumiiiel. would take fifteen davs to float as f ir north as the latitude of Cape Hatteras ami live and a half months to reach the Azores. In the Sargasso F, ;l it becomes heavy and sinks; but the sup ply is kept, up ly the fiulf stream. Lou dim ( ilobe. Advice fur V.iiini; iI.i.ii-iiiiIUn, A correspondent asks, "How shall a young mail proceed who desires to be come a r porter:" Let him apply to the city editor of the paper on which In- hopes to get a job. If he can bring a short letter of introduc tion it. w ll not hurt him: but ho doesn't need any great wad of lveomincii. hit ions. He should know what he can do in the way of r-'a liiig and writing Knglish, lie prepared to say how old ho is, if he M ks C iei inai, or French, or any other foreign language; if he is in go.nl health, if he drinks; he doesn't want to be fresh, nor does he want to 1,.. a chump. II -wants to get rid of the idea that the paper needs him. but war: - to iinpri -s it on th city editor (not by talking, how. -ver) that le- is a g I man, and thai if In- has in 1 n. . i i, tic , v. dl lleVel'tLole.-s lerre. S papers i'o" green ia n ; 1 1., v don't i e t,, unlearn SO lH.'il. - XeW o;i -s. ',, t.illl'g Si'i'iiei-s ii, W Ill Whiles tile S lllda V I w o I, . . generally last two Loui-. ...w ia.. can )m. little i n'-t th t .- : , 1 ' . t w. . ,i airs on a sun i: r . . i, . eg , - , ., t-id, led too long by ': i... :i Women v im ha e b. eii La: ., ,,; . .. i, i days rui ning. f our 1. ; . !. :: tain thoir L .Id. espe.-ia i! u i.-.- : towns, Ihe services Hi :: I 1 . sin 'l't'-l . I have se.ti an .- , i : -ma: from which :t appealed that .. .. ., .., conformist chapel t he sen - a ir'-.' ; ' bright, brotherly." But o,;,i a is ,, i u, Wales.-Liverpool M, ica: i.t-rt i.iiuuiiui'. Irate passenger, a. train is move ; .. Why didn't you put my lu..ga in 1 told you': Porter F.h, mini: yer luggage s m. sio a fule as yersi l'. Ye're i' tn.. wiai.. train! London Tit-Bits. Every Month nuny women turfer from LxtriM n SLMiit Menatruatmn; tlicy dun t know w.io io confule in to Ret proper advice Don t co .hJe in atiybu iy but try Cradfleld's Fcmais Rsgalalor I S;ti'C!l!c lir PAIFuL. 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