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tains the energies of noon, lulls
the weariness of night.
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AM T E D
AGENTS to sell our choice nursery-
stock Many fine specialties to offer
write-quick and secure choice of territory
MAD DDnC NURSERYMEN.
Ill An OnUO. Rochester,X. V
IIonaewlt.il Rairllatt Sparrows.
A lovin'pf ui ml -lit of the Htiliisli Kj.ir
row uh .h hiril i: Ut Im seen in lirooklyn
finds that the li.lle rre:ilnro has in hiv
domestic rcl.ttinns many human traitw.
When the rijarruwH are mating ami
Luillim, the male sinks into insinifi
cancu ljthilu thu f finale. When a neft
in place is to le n lectel the laalu lxkH
jauntily alMut ami is ready to accept
anything that comes to hand, hut the
hen examines each proposed nite with
critical care, apparently studies the riv
lations of the place to sun, wind and
rain, and tin. illy decides the question
with Mirill consideration for the opin
ions of her spouse
When the uest i.t to he huilt the house
wifely character of 1 he hen aain asserts
itself. She is busy all tlay long gather
ing slicks and straws to serve as building
materia1!. Nothing is taken haphazard,
but every Ptick or straw fits to a nicety
and is admirably adapted to the end for
which it is selected. As to the male, ho
gives moral support and little else.
While the hen is devoting all her ener
gies to the task in hand he sits o?i a
neighljoring lough and encourages her
with music. Nor does she expect or
wish more at his hands.
Now ami then, apparently pricked by
conscience, ho leaves his perch, picks up
a clumsy stick or straw and carries it to
the scene of the building uiterations.
Dut his contribution is seldom received
with favor. The hen usually examines
it with the ill concealed scorn that wives
Hoinetinies accord to domestic perform
ances of husbands, and in nine cases out
of ten she tosses away the proffered in;i
terial as soon as the back of her ppouse
is turned. New York Sun.
. A Cowboy's S-iim) of Humor.
A glolKJ trotting Englishman told me
this story: "To show you that the cow
boys are not as bad as they have In.-eu
painted in fact, that they are opposed
to anything like lawbreaking and vio
lence let mo relate an incident. There
was a poor clerk standing up over his
books at a desk in a shop on tlie main
street, and there w:is a cowlioj- riding
up and down the street. Well, the cow
boy saw the clerk and his sense of hu
nior was aroused by the idea of shooting
at hiiii, d'you know. Those cowboys
have a very remarkable sense of humor.
So the cowloy ups with his pistol, d'yon
know, and he shoots the poor clerk right
through the head, killing him instantly.
"Well, now, that sort of thing is very
distinctly frowned upon by cowboys, as
a rule, and in this case tho cowboys held
a meeting and resolved that the fellov.
with the lively bnt dangerous sense of
humor should be hanged at once. They
put.a rope around his ueck, and there
being no tree anywhere m sight they
hung him to the side of a Pullman as
the train came rolling in. I've seen a
number of occurrences of that sort,
which makes me quite positive in stat
ing that though they are a very rum
sort of beggars they aio really not a bad
lot." Julian Ralph in Harper's Weekly.
A Lazy, Though Shrewd Fellow.
Tulkinson a barrisler and bachelor
combined, by the way is a very sys
tematic man. The other day he had his
house fitted with electrical appliances,
and giving instructions to his servant
Joseph, he said:
"Now 1 want you to understand,
Joseph, that when I ring once that
means for you, and when 1 ring twice
that means for Maggie, the housemaid.
Joseph, who is the laziest wretch that
ever accepted wages he did not earn.
bowed respectfully and withdrew. A
little later the bell rang. Joseph never
moved. Presently it rang again, and
according to instructions Maggie came
hurrj-iug to her master, who was very
"Why didn't thatrafteal, Joseph, come
when I rang for him?'" said the bar
rister bachelor disgustedly.
"Why, sir," answered Magpio, 'Jo
seph is busy in the office reading your
newspaper. When he heard the first
ring he said to me, 'Now, Maggie, wait
until he rings the second time, and then
it will be you ho wants.-" London Tit
Strange Cave Dwellers in Spain.
At a meeting of the Royal Geograph
ical society, of Madrid, Dr. Bide gave an
account of his exploration of a wild
district in the province of Caceres,
which he represented as .still inhabited
by a strange people who speak a curious
patois and live in caves and inaccessible
retreats. They have a hairy skin and
have hitherto displayed a strong repug
nance to mixing with their Spanish and
Portugese neighbors. Roads have lately
been pushed into the district inhabited
by the "Jurdes," and they are begin
ning to learn the Castilian language
and attend the fairs and markets.
W. H. Larrabee in Popular Science
The Growth of Railroad Mileage.
In 1830 there were twenty-three mile
of railway in operation in the United
States. By 1832 the mileage had in
creased to 22!) miles, and in 1835 tin
country had 1,01)8 miles of railroad. Tlit
first through railroad from the east,
westward was completed in 1842 between
Boston and Albany, connecting at the
latter place with the Erie canal. In the
same year the last link of the line from
Albany to Buffalo was opened. At the
end of 1S48 the total mileage of all the
railroads in the country was S.D'.iO miles,
or about 500 miles more than there aro
now in the state of Nebraska. Edward
Rosewater's Omaha Address.
The Flnte Is Very Old.
The flute is very old in its origin, but
the flute of today is different from that
of the ancients. It has beeu improved
upon from time to time, and the old
people would probably fail to recognize
it now. The flageolet, which is some
what similar, is credited to Juvigny
about 1581. Harper's Young People.
Tall Men in Asia and Africa.
The tallest men of South A::K; ica are
found in the western province of the
Argentine Republic, of Am'u i:i Afghan
istan and Kay-jootana, of Africa in the
highlands of Abyssinia. Yankee lilado
1'nts-rprise Anions; EnglUh I'aprra.
The loat race lietween thriepresenta
tivo crews of Oxford ami Cambridge is
rowed annually on the river Thames
This year's race was noteworthy, not
only on account of tho breaking of the
record in point of speed of tho contest
ants, but us enabling tho London press,
to carry out eucessful.7 remarkable
piece of enterprise,.- , ...
The London papers' containing the re
sult and full detail of the race were in)
sale within four minutes after the Ox
ford crew had passed tho winning iost.
The pruss loat as it steamed up the
Thames paid out a cable consisting of a
seven strand conductor, insulated with
vulcanized rnbber.with warps and braids
of flax, which had Ijeen specially manu
factured for the purpose. Over this ca
ble the progress of tho boats at intervals
of a few minutes along the entire course
was transmitted to tho papers ami pul
lished all over London almost as tho
crews were p;issing the points indicated.
Immediately following the result there
was dispatched a complete description
of the race from start to finish, which
was in the hands of the newspajiers and
others provided with instruments long
before a single pressman was ablo to
land his "copy" from tho press boat at
Mortlako, and also long before the
pigeons dispatched from tho scene were
ablo to settle down in a homeward direc
tion. Tho instruments used were Morse
sounders. Tho short description of the
race which was finally sent contained
over 150 words. London News.
Paper Makers to Stop for Awhile.
Representatives of nearly all the IIol
yoke paper mills that make fine writing
papers and one of the mills in Mit
tineagno and one in West field met in
this city Tuesday morning to consider
tho matter of the annual shutdown.
These manufacturers belong to the fine
writing paper section of the American
Paper Makers' association, and a shut
down means a reduction of from seventy-five
to 100 tons a day in the output.
It was understood that the mills would
shut down from July 1 to midnight of
July 11, although' no formal vote was
taken on the subject. The Holyoke
mills will be forced to shutdown from
July 1 until midnight of July 4, as the
water is to bo drawn from the canals
during these days. The shutdown is to
enable the manufacturers to work off
the surplus stock, and is a little longer
than the usual summer vacation.
Springfield (Mass.) Republican.
A Long Itide on a Snowbank.
Friday morning as ten miners were
gmng from the Eureka Mills boarding
house to what is called Rough and
Ready, with dinner pails in hand, to
begin their day's work, the soft new
snow above the trail on the mountain
side began to slide. In a moment the
men were being carried down the slope
with great speed. The snowslide sep
arated, one part carrying five of the
men down a slope about 700 feet, the
other part continuing down about 1700
feet, leaping ever a precipice probably
thirty feet high and carrying the five
men with it. At different times all the
men but one were under the snow and,
strange to say, but one man was in
jured. It was first thought his leg was
broken, but we learn it was only
sprained and bruised. Another man
was almost smothered. Pulmas County
A Groom's Error.
A bashful and youthful bridal couple
from the rural districts had a painful
experience at Danbury circus day. The
young husband wrote his own name and
his wife's on separate lines of the hotel
register and the purblind clerk assigned
them to separate rooms. Each waited
for the other to set the matter straight,
but it was only after a terribly lonesome
hour that the bride plucked up her cour
age and her marriage certificate and de
scended to interview the clerk. She
held out the document mutely and the
situation at last dawned upon him. The
banished benedict was summoned from
his seclusion and the curtain fell amid
profuse apologies. New Haven Regis
ter. Flies So Thick They Put Out the Lights.
About 9 o'clock Tuesday night Battle
mountain was infested with a cloud of
tiny flies that drifted into the saloons on
Front street in myriads, in many in
stances darkening the rooms and putting
out the lights. When the pests had
passed away it was found that the tops
of the lamps were covered an inch and
a half deep and the lamp chimneys
choked. It would appear that these
minute flies were attracted by the lights
in the saloons, and in countless millions
perished. Central Nevadan.
Enough to Replenish the Burning Lake.
The steamer that has been expected
for several days with a cargo of sulphur
has arrived. There are 4,500,000 pounds
of brimstone in all, half of it being des
tined for Wayne, where it is to be made
into sulphuric acid, and half for point3
on the Grand Trunk. The sulphur is
valued at 50,000. The vessel and cargo
come from Palermo, Italy. Eastern
The new catalogue of the University
of Pennsylvania shows 1,704 students,
or twenty less than Yale, while the Uni
versity of Michigan has 2,638, or just
twenty less than Harvard. In the num
ber of teachers Harvard now comes first,
with 253; the University of Pennsyl
vania second, with 237; Columbia third,
with 220; Yale fourth, with 153, and
Michigan fifth; with 145.
The man who wrote to his wife in the
country that he didn't know how to en
dure the heat was told to keep the gas
turned down and not to play poker all
Tli s legislative assembly of Styria, in
Austria, has passed a law forbidding
poor people to marry without a special
license from the authorities.
A calf with a single ej-e, no ears and
five legs is the joy of Wayne county, la.
It is now over a month old and bids fair
to grow into full cowhood.
Against 14 laMM'liusftts llnllng.
The ofliccrs of the Illinois Humane eo
ciety detailed to prosecute the partici
pators in tho tamo fox hunt at i'airlaud
are much disturlted over the methods of
legal procedure in Doughis county. Tho
action against tho fox hunter" was called
before Justice Lamb at Tuscola. W'it
nosso testified before a jury that a tamo
fox bvd chit! by the defendant."
and their hounds and .had been caught
and torn to pieces by the latter. Attor
ney A. W. Thomas, of Chicago, cited a
Massachusetts decision sustaining the
position of the Humane, society, which,
while not denying the right of men to
hunt and kill wild foxes, held that a
taint) fox, cared for in captivity by man
from the time it was only a few days
old, is a domestic animal.
C. W. Wolverton. of Tuscola, attor
ney for the defendants, then addressed
the jury. He troubled himself but little
about replying to arguments of the Chi
cago lawyer, but tho fact that a Massa
chusetts decision had been cited se
verely wounded his local pride.
"Gentleman of tho jury," ho said,
"we are residents of the state of Illinois
tn the glorious west wild and wooly, if
you will where each man is an inde
pendent American citizen. What is
Massachusetts? An alien common
wealth. It is Massachusetts. WI13',
gentlemen of the jury, on Boston com
mon today witches are burned at the
6take, and if a man is found outside of
a church Sunday ho is placed in a lock
up. What has Massachusetts to do with
us? Wo are American citizens and
we want to chase foxes and we chase
After hearing which the twelve good
men and true of Tuscola rendered a ver
dict for the defendants. The Humane
society had hoped to make this a test
case under tho stato laws, which pro
vide that any person guilty of "tortur
ing any animal" shall be subject to a
fine of not more than f 200. The Mas
sachusetts decision was directly in point,
and although the justice before whom
the action was brought was manifestly
impartial, the jury, which was composed
largely of friends of the defendants,
rendered a favorable decision on tho
question of law impossible. Chicago
Riliiards Without Ilalls.
According to an eye witness a peculiar
incident happened one evening recently
in the billiard room of a hotel at Tacoma,
Wash. Tho room was crowded and all
of the billiard and pool tables were oc
cupied but one. Two gentlemen en
tered the room attired in full evening
dress. Engaging a billiard table the
boy brought the balls, but the players,
to his utter astonishment, told him they
did not need them. Removing their
topcoats, coats and hats, they took cues
and commenced a mimic game.
They made the customary moves
around the table, studied apparent
plays, made the usual grimaces at
misplays, and regularly counted their
6trings. A wondering crowd gathered
about them. They thought the men
were crazy. A funny part of it was
that they never 6miled, took the "guy
ing" of the crowd serenely and, when
the points were marked up, paid for the
game and unconcernedly walked out.
The solution of the mystery was that
the imitation game was played on a
wager. Chicago Times.
Itlootned in an Hour.
A Belfast, gentleman woke about 4:45
. - i i i ,i . i . -
a. 111. ounuay uuu giauceu oui me win
dow at the clock on the Unitarian
church, as was his custom of a morning,
to see what time it was. Having found
out he turned over for another nap. The
next time he awoke he again glanced
toward the steeple and was surprised to
find that the budding leaves in the trees
between his house and the clock had
burst forth to such an extent that they
shut out the clock so that he was unable
to barely see the large face, let alone the
hands. He was telling this circumstance
to a neighbor later in the day, when the
latter said he, too, noted the fact, as he
also took time from the same clock.
An Electric Experience.
In Devonshire, England, one day re
cently, a party of young people were
overtaken by a heavy shower of hail
stones which lasted about ten minutes,
and during thai; time they felt as though
highly charged with electricity. The
ladies of the party felt as though ants
were running among their hair, which
was fastened up with steel hairpins.
One of the gentlemen held his hand to
the head of one of the others and at once
the hair stood on end. This was done
several times with the same result, and
for two or three days afterward their
heads felt the effects of the electrical
whipping. London Letter.
Probably All In His Eye.
A freak of nature has come to light in
the county jail at Fort Worth, Tex. His
name is Jesse Lee, aged eighteen years.
Turn the boy's face so that a strong
light may 6hine into his eyes and a phe
nomenon is seen. Around the pupils of
the eyes, in the iris, are the twenty-six
letters of the alphabet arranged sym
metrically. There are thirteen letters in
each eye, those up to "M" being in the
left eye and the remaining ones in the
right. Lee 6ays his father and fuur
brothers are similarly affected.
A Ripley County Peach Tree.
W. S. Holladay, whose home is at
Tucker, in Ripley county, Mo., has a
curiosity in the peach tree line which he
is thinking of sending to the World's
fair. The tree is three years old, about
an inch and a half in diameter at the
butt, is thirty-seven feet high and has no
limb or branch on it. Doiuphan (Mo.)
Blown from a Gail tray Train.
James Malloy was a passenger on the
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul train,
and while running at the rate of forty
miles an hour attempted to pass from
the Bmoker into a rear coach. In doing
so he was blown from the platform into
a ditch. Cor. Chicago Inter Ocean.
many womta sutler from Esccasive or
Scant Menstruation; they don't know
who to confide in to get proper advlca.
Don't confide in anybody but try
Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" mailed fr.
BRADFIELO RECULAT0H CO.. Atlaafa, Ca.
ftuld by all lraS(lt-
A. N. HULLIVAN.
ittoruey tit-Law. Will rW prompt attention
',0 all turiiifrH ehtructtMl to lilui. 4 mice III 1
UdIou block, Kattt Hide, i'lalli-moiitli. Neb.
Constantly keeps on hand everythin
you need to furnish your house.
COHNKIt SIXTH AND MAIN HTKKKT
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OK PLATTHMOUTIf, NKUKAHKA
rald up capital (rWt.oiiO.O
Surplu lo.utio.c I
rstherry bent faellltlfi for tha promt;
traueactlon of lltiltimate P .
8 lot kr Ioim1s.,kM. Kv'riri.fiit and local f
.mirit-K lioui'tit mikI I it I iii.a.lf m r i vfm
tmi ii..T'Ht hIIowimJ on tha certiflcatt1 i
Drafts 1 raw 11. avall:ill in any part of tljfl
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XLLKCTIO'H MADE AND I'KOMPTLY Hmr. '
Ugliest n.Arkat rlce miJ for County Wj,
ran t ft, Ht.ate ana County bonds. ,
Jolin Klt7t'rald I), llawki-wortb
Ham WaiiKh. K. K. Wliilrj
Oeorge E. Dovey
fobn Fitzgerald. h. WaiiK.
President Car tie"
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PLACKS OF WOKSHIP.
uai iiiii.1i:. ri. 1 aui s cniircn. aa. Dr"iri
Viftli um Hivtli Vjllw.r i''in,uv Puul
Services : Jt-sSfj at 8 and 10 :30 A. M. ' hiilr.
School at 2 :30, with benediction.
Christian. Comer Locust and KlKhtl'l
Services inorniriK and tvenlmr. Klder"i
Galloway pastor. Sunday hcliool 10A.J-I
Episcopal. St. Luke's Church, corner V
and Vine. Jtev.il ii. Hu.pt-i-e. pantor. ;
vices : 11 A. M. ai.d 7 :30P. M. Sunday Si
at 2 :30 p. M.
German Methodist. corner Sixth Kt
Granite. Ifv. Hirt. factor. SrTiees ; 1 1
and 7 :30 P. M. Suuday School 10 :30 A.
Prebkvtf.ri an.-Services in new churcltl.
ner Sixth and Granite Ms. I'.ev. J. T. 1.1
pastor. Sunday-school at 9 ;30 ; Prea, e
at 11 m mi,-. riMr.rn
The V. K. S. C E of this church meets 1,'.
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tlie cnuciii. au are lnviieu to aitena
First Mkthodist. Sixth St., betwen
and Pearl. P.ev. L. F. Brltt. I. U. vrZ
t- 1 .. .... a . -. i
9 :30 a.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday J
Gfrman PhksbvteriaN. Corner Mai '
Ninth, liev. Witte, pastor. Services
hours. Sunday School 9 :30 A. M.
dWF.EDiH Conorfoationau Granit
tweeti r inn aoa sixin.
Colokf.d Baptist. Mt. Olive, oak. bfVJ
Tenth and Eleventh. Itev. A. Boi-wel
tor. Services 11 a. in. and 7 u)0 p. in,
meeting Wednesday evening.
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