The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, March 12, 1891, Image 4

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A National Event.
The holding of the World'n Fair
an a city scarcely tifty years old
will be a remarkalde event, but
-whether it will really benelit this
nation as much as the tliscovery of
Uie Restorative Nervine by Dr.
IFraiiklin Miles is doubtful. This is
just what the American people need
to cure their excessive nervousness,
dyspepsia. headache, dizziness.
sleeplessnes. neuralgia, nervous de
Tjility. dullness, contusion of mind.
?tc. it acts like a charm. Trial
Iittl- and line book on 'Nervous
and Heart Diseases." with une
xjualed testimonials free at F. G
Jricke & C'. It is warranted to con
3 tain no opium, morphine or danger
.jatixt Irujjs. 1
Remarkable Rescue.
Mr. Michael t'liiUin. I'liiintieU. 111., .makes
. Uielaleliu-lit that ;lie caught cold, wliicil set
tied on her l-imt : she ' irated for a nioiith
br her fauiilv pln.iician. but pew worse. He
wld ber nlit a hopelesn victim ol coitsuinp
tlou anil that i.o mcdiciue could curts her
Her Dru,;i:ist sllI:etcd Dr. KiiirV i.ew discov
ery lor consumption ; bomjht a bottle and
tu her licl'h: tound herself benefited from the
Mrnt dose She continued it ue ami after tak
ing ten bottle, found herself sonnd and well
now does her ou housework and is as well a
Shu ever wai. Free trial bottles of.this i;reat
dueoveiy at F. (i. Frioko & Lo'daUru;; Store
sreboltle. Mc. and$l.
8ouie years ago CWambcilnin & Co., of
Dea Moines, Iowa, ocmmi-nced the man
afacture of a counh syrup, htlicvin itto
he the most prompt and reliable prejiara
tiou yet produced for coughs, colds and
croup; that the puMic appreciate true
merit, aud in time it was certain to be
come popular. Their most sanguine
have been more than realized.
Oyer three hundred thousand bottles of
Cbaoabi-rlaiu's Cough Hemedy are now
sold -av.h yrar, and it is recognized as
"the bst made," wherever known. It
will euro a severe cold in lesw time thftn
ny otlii r tre atuient. For sale by F. G.
XVicke it Co.
Happy Hoosiers.
Wm. TUamnu-. Postmaster of ldavllle. Hid.,
write : "Klv. trie Hitters has dotie more for
me tliaa sill otlicr combined, for t!i:;t
b:ul feel aii-i:i!i l'r ::i Kidney a'.if! laver
trouble." .U)!iii l.c-iie. lariiier oml stockman.
t ame ptaiv-. y : "Fiiid Klectrie l;lttern tt)
At; ti " I"-! ; ii iV .!.! i-r n.eiln a,-, mane
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JtaMwar.- in- r-':ai.t. siiine towa. hays : ' I-.lec-Xric
Itiliei s is jut tin- Hum; lor a man wii. t
llruu down and don't care vi hether he Jives or
lies ; he 1. mi d new htrcnth. ood appetite
ami it-it jut like he hid a new lease on life
uuly .'Ac, a bottle at F. ;. Fucke & Co's In -nj
Store. 2
Th-j foil -'V. in0' j.lvertiseuur.t. put
lished ly a promituut western patent
medicine house, wuld indicate th it ttit-y
raard disease :u a puiulir.ii nt for sin:
Do you wish to know the quickest
-,7ay ti" cuVca stv. rc rold I Wc wi.l tell
jou. To ca:e a cold iiukkly, it must be
treated before the cold has become set
tled in the .-ysum This can always be
done it you chooao to, as nature in her
kindness o man gives timely warning
anl plainly tills yen in nature's way,
that a.s a punih:istnt f.T Pome indiscre
tion, yu are to be afflicted with a ccld
unless y u choose t; ward it off by
prompt action. The first symptoms of a
odd, in min t cases, in a iry. lou-l couch
ami sm .r;-. T!. r, -.;ii is soon fol
io v d " a pr fi:s- v.ntery expectoration
nn.l th r.:---7."r.g by t: prot'us wn'cry
liisciiir.; I:i::i tile nose. In e:vire
cases there is a t in while costing on the
tongue. What in iln! It is only neces
sary to f 'ike Chanibeil du's Cough Ileui
rdv in double dos3 every hour. Tht
will g'-atly lessen the severity of thy
cold nd in most cases wdl effectualle
counteract it, and cure what would have
been a severe cold in one or two days'
time. Try it and be convinced." 50
cent buttri for s-dt- by V. i. Fricke A'
Ca drajjgist.
fflMmed hm Um tUtdx of cold
tt cvaef rancor. 4 t'.7-;.
Her husband haJ not given her th
Bat' hearing him enter, nho turned,
and eeeinz that be hM a casket ia his
! hands she comprehends 1 everything.
With a bound she was bemlo him, her
arms twinexl around hi nex-.k.
; "Oh, how good yon nr.-! How good
. you are! How I livo yon!'" II? trem
bled all over aud was very pal. OiMiima
did not even iK-reeivo it. All at onci.
with one of her irresistihle in )veui'?nts,
sh loosened hr arms from his nck,
took with one hand tlio ca.?'wet and with
the other hul ling iier hi; ;ia:i is h i:i 1,
slie led him after ln-r t t i i.iirr.)!'. S.e
seaU-d an I ; :: -d th" e:ts!:et.
Among pufTs of red un-l.-r the
burning light, tie diadei:! s':it fort'i
sarks liko a flam . ..i i ha 1 ;i !: -v.- o:il
burst of joy, took th" Ir.i ;b iii l'.; it--1 1 !e
twi'i'ii her hands, drew it di.Vii and
kissed his fureir-; 1 i'i! t'j" fo.-eh ':i 1 of
a corpse, icy a:j I livid. T!i.;u witiiout
looking at his f.-.;. e-i, bi ; wan h-riu
ga.'v slie iilL-rel him the diadem and
bent before him hT blonde bead, which
was .so well .suit-1 to that mystical jewel.
"Come, sir, crown me!"
And while he sought to unite with
trembling hands the clasp of tho genu
among those marvelous blonde curls,
waving and breaking into ripples of
gold at every movement, she, still with
her bent head, lifted her sr.iling eyes to
meet his look. And he answered with a
resigned gentleness to the smile of those
perilous blue eyes; he, the poor man
who deceived for the s:iV? of desire to
be deceived, and who bought for himself
a little mock love with mock diamonds.
Translated for "Short .Stories" from
the Italian of Haydeo by E. Cavazza.
ISonapartA Turns I'ale.
A few nights before the isth Drnmnire
a little scene was enacted at my house
which would be void of interest but
for the circumstances.
Gen. Bonaparte, then lodging at Rue
Chantereine, had come to have a talk
with me about the preparations for the
eventful day. I was then living in Rue
Taitbout, in a house which has since lie
come No. 24. I believe. It stood at the
back of a courtyard, and running from
the first flfxr there were galleries which
led to wings looking on the .street. My
drawing room was lighted with several
candles. It was 1 o'clock in the morn
ing, and we were in the middle of a very
animated conversation when we heard a
great noise in the street. To the rum
bling of carriages was added the gallop
ing of an escort of cavalry.
Suddenly the carriages stopped right
liefore the door of my house. The gen
eral turned pale, and I quite believe I
did tho same. The idea struck us both
at the same time that they were coming
to arrest us by order of the directory. I
blew out the candles and crept stealthily
along the gallery to one of the outside
wings, from which I could see what was
going on in the t-treet. For some time I
was at a loss to make anything out of
the tumult, but at last I discovered tho
somewhat grotesque cause.
At this epoch, the Pai is streets being
very unsafe at night, when the gambling
houses closed at the Palais Royal all the
money that had been used for the bank
was collected and placed in cabs, and the
banker had been allowed by the police to
have his cabs escorted by gendarmes, at
his expense, to his home in the Rue de
Clichy, or thereabout. That night one
of tho cabs had broken down just in
front of my bouse, and that was the
reason f the halt, which lasteu for about
a quarter of an hour. We had a hearty
laugh, the general and I, over our panic
very natural though it was when we
knew, as we did, the tendencies of the
directory and the extreme measures it
was capable of taking. Talleyrand's
Memoirs in Century
A CarelesH Teacher of Icportment.
Politeness, to be worth anything, must
Ik? instinctive. It is a good scheme to
instruct youth in the outward signs of
this inward grace, even though it hath
it not, but the teacher should also prac
tice what he preaches, or discredit falls
on him and his instruction. A certain
professor in a popular school has been
very strenuous in enforcing certain
manners" on his classes, and very prop
erly insists that the little boys should
takeoff their hats whenever they meet
any ihtsom they know, and also give up
their seats in a crowded street car to la
dies who are standing. Some of tho
small boys questioned the latter neces
sity, but when informed that a gentle
man, unless he was a cripple, would
never sit while a woman stood, accepted
the edict as final and have doubtless
acted on it. But some of these pupils
!:;;. e roivPtly credited their professor
wiih insincerity, f ir they have seen him
retain his seat in a crowded public con
veyance, and, furthermore, he barely re
turns with a touch of his hat rim the
courteous recognition of the young girls
in his classes. Boston Herald.
A ricu for Hypocrisy.
Wh'-n atrabilarious Hamlet, in his
choleric interview with his mother in
the cabinet, impudently advir,c-d her to
As.- uaie a. virtue if you have it not.
he unwittingly laid uovu a general con
duct rule of high value to individuals
and the community.
Shiiultatiou of virtue, though far in
ferior to the real article, is stii1 the next
best thing to it. just as whitewash,
though much inferior to marble, is yet
greatly superior to dirty i.akedness.
John McElroy in Popular -Science
Seaside fare, which includes plenty of
enrbc-n in the form of white bread and
p( tutoes. is an ideally wholesome diet for
nnita-r; especially in warm weather is
carbon lequired in food, because by
some chemical transformation it affords
the system material for water, at least
in quantity sufficient to control feverish
conditions and excessive thirst.
The Archduke Francis Ferdinrnd, the
heir to the throne of Austria, is a tall
and very distinguished looking man. He
has been very carefully educated, h,is
considerable talent for art and mu.-jc
and is a tine soldier.
t Cau bii-Ji show Tlmt Ci rt'siniNlmil ial
Bvitlenco Is Nt Alway (.'oiirlual
Proof of Guilt A Woman Ma lira Up in
Portearuiic Hffr Lous of Memory.
Two weeks ago family of two tier
sons -husband and wife rented a. small
apartment up town and proceeded to
furnish it. 'ihe carpets wen; supplied
and laid b- a reputable house. Some; -ab.)i:t o::e of ii:.-:n v.'..; unsatisfac
tory, and a t.; ;:i was :.:-;it t investigate.
'i'::e wife- !Ir;. fj. --was :i her way oat
of the l.!.i'..i::g ; ; 1 tti r when she
eiicuii! t. :i d !::. lit c , ,: i::i!ig hi;:!, she
said- --i e is i !: :.;. : 1 v. -ill b 1 .u-.: in
five i'iii:;:!es. (do up and ;.ee what car
be done."
.o !-.i'iv:-r It'id she got on th-street
when !:e t!:o;:g'.it s;;.ld -:dy id' a roll of
bills, nearly which : he ha 1 care
lessly l..-1't in ;t glove Lox oil her dressing
table. There was nobody in the apart
ment, as no servant had yet been en
gaged, and : he wai tempted to iclnrn at
mi'-'- to I- ! after t!i" money. "Cut
hurely." she thought, "that man is hon
est: I need have no fear," and she hur
ried on.
In less than ten minutes she was back,
and met the carp, t man just outside her
door, lie stopped and spoke with her
concerning the troublesome carpet, and
pmmi-cd a . peedy remedy. They sepa
rated mid she entered lur apartim-nt.
Almost mechanically r.he went to her
dressing table and raised the lid of the
glove box. The money was not there.
Without delaying an instant tdio hur
ried into the hall and down tho stairs,
overtaking the carpet i:sa:i as ho had
reached the fitreet.
"Will you come back a moment,;" she raid.
He did so s-.t once. When they were
again in the apartment she faced him.
"A curious thing has happened. When
I went out this morning I left a roll of
bills $1K) in that box over there. It is
gone now."
The man did not fcecni to understand
for a moment. "Well." he said unmean
ingly. "Well," repeated Mrs. L., "there was
nobody in the apartment but"
The man interrupted her. "God,
madam," he said earnestly as the signifi
cance of her words dawned upon him,
"you don't think I took your money?"
"I don't know what to think," replied
Mrs. L. ; "the money was there and now
it isn't."
'But I'm an honest man," ho went on.
"I've got a little girl. Do you think I'd
6teal? Why, I've been eight years with
So-and-so. . They know my character.
Look around for your money. Perhaps
your husband took it."
"That is possible." said Mrs. L. "Will
you come with me to his office and find
He acquiesced and the journey down
town was made. Mr. L. had not taken
the money. The man was greatly dis
turbed. "You can search me," ho said. "There's
my own money," producing a small wad,
"left from my last week's wages. I
haven't another cent about me." And
he turned his pockets inside out.
Mr. L. was impressed with the man's
appearance and earnestness. Mrs. 1.
was puzzled and her money was gone.
However, nothing further was done at
the time, and the man went back to his
work asking only that ho and not they
report the occurrence at the carpet deal
er's shop. Mrs. Li. went home and ran
sacked drawers and boxes, moved fur
niture, and opened trunks in a vain
search for the money. Several days
passed, when, on going to an upper
shelf in a wardrobe. Mrs. L.'s attention
was attracted to a towel pinned in a roll.
What was that? she wondered. She took
it down and opened it. Inside was a
discarded wallet, and in tho wallet the
missing bills.
And they had been put there by Mrs.
L. hercelf. She recalled, on seeing them,
that the night before the man came she
had thought, just before going to bed,
that it was careless, with so many per
sons coming and going in the course of
the settling process, to leave money loose
in a box on the table, and she had elabo
rately thought out this hiding place.
Then she had slr-pt, and by morning had
lost ail recollection of what she had done.
It wi.s late Saturday afternoon when
she found the money, and storming, but
it must lie related tc Mrs. L.'s credit
that sua did what she could. She sent a
' dispatch to the man in cam of his liriu
stating that the money was found. On
Monday she went to tha shop and ex
plained' the mat ter to the superintendent.
asking that the man be asked to come
to see her. II'.- did so aud
d an
apology for tho imputation ori his honesty.
Then Mrs. L. tried to reimburse- him
for his -lo -s of time:" this he would not
permit. The money was found that
was all he wanted. So it all ended hap
pily. THit the story may bo taken as
forcibly illn-tratiiig the- uncertain value
of two things a woman's memory and
circumstantial evidence. Her Point of
View in New York Times.
"EreV-r Johudiug. does yo' b'lieve in
"Do-.s I b'lieve in miracles? Suttenly
I does. Didn't I je-t have one of 'em
down at my house?"
"You.' A miracle down at your house?"'
"Yes. sah: dat's what I sai l. Dey was
jes' fuah chickens in m"y coop when I
went to bed las' night, an' when I woked
up dis niorain' "
"Dev was eight?"
"Light? No, yo' fool man! Dey wasn't
none. Done stole."
"Hun ph! Wha's de miracle?"
'De coop was lef .'' - Judge.
A Clear Head.
I tell von. laugh as you will, Mr.
! Softev lias a clear head."
"Yes: clear of all brains." West Shore.
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Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks, Etc.
No Humbug, No Closing
UDon't miss this great opportunity, you Will
never be able to buy cheaper in yoiir 'life
(Call and see what tD4DIE will do for you
JTapMce the Wallowing
Mens suits, former price, $4
" lormer prico (.) nov i.5 j .
former price 7.00 now 5.00 j
" former price S.00 now 0.50 j
" former price 10.00 now 7-00
" former price 1200 now 8.00
46 former price 15.00 now 11.00 ; iow cost.
" former price 18.00 now 1250 j
" former price 22.00 nOW 14.00 ' ChiMrens
The best $1.00 overalls at 60e, Shirts Socks
Underwear, etc., at astonishing slaughtering prices
It will pay you to come a hundred miles and hor
row the money to lay in your supply. It will
pay you big interest.
We Have Ihe Laps! Slock in the County,"
pera MonseCorner
- Out -Sale, ! No ! Advertising Scheme, But Closing
Out Ho tut business.
C -t JV,. yt .
50 now $3.50 j IIatg
Wfices: f
1V)l.iner prce 0Q now 6Qc
former price 1 50 now 1 00
former price 2 50 now 1 50
lormer price 3 00 now 2 00
former price 4 00 now2 75
r 7 , ,
lur men, youths tinu boys at be-
and boys suits at your own prices.