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FIFTH YE Alt.
PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, Fill DAY. JULY 29, 1892.
A cream of tartar baking powor
Highest of all in leavening strengtl
Latest U. S. Government food re
BURLINGTON & MISSOURI HIV Eli U. R.
V TIME TABLE. J
OF DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
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Bush Dell's extra leaves for Omaha about two
o'clock for Omaha and will accoinmudat" as-seugers.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
No. 384 Accomodation Leaven....
No, 383 arrives....
Trains daily except Sunday.
.in:5"i a. m.
. 4 ;00 p. in.
pAS.H CAMP No. 332 M. V. A. mets every
iiecond and Fourth Monday ev-uiiiK" in
Fitzgerald liall. Visiting neighbors welcome.
v P.O. Haiinen, V. C. : P. Wertenberirer, W. A..
8. C. Wilde. Clerk.
CAPTAIN II E PAI.MEU CAMP NO 60-
Sons of Veteran, division of Nebraska, I'
8. A. meet every Tuefday night at 7 :30 o'clock
In their hall in Kltlneraltl b wk. All sonsanl
"- visiting comrades are cordially invited to meet
UwiL. with us J. J. Kurtz, Commander ; 15. A. A)c
- Klwaln. 1st 8argent.
uKK OF THE WOKLI. Meets at 7 :
hall. A. F Gii'T Monnay eveulni; at the Or.ind An
ecretary. " Jroom, prevideut, Jhos Wallin
AO V W Xo8 Meet first and thic-;1 . J1';
day evening of eucii itiontli t-'1 J . ,A
hall. Frank Vermylea M V . 'j Warwick,
fZ A. R-McConlhle Pvt No. 45 meets every
V.T - satfrday evoruing at 7 : 30 in their Hall in
KockwotV bWh. All visiting comrades are
cordially tinted to ii.eet with us. Fred Kates,
Adjniant ; G. F. Riles. Post. Coinmadder.
KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS-Gauntlet Lodtre
No-47. Meets every Wednesday eve
nine at their hall over llennet k Tutt's, all
visiting knights are cordially invited to
attend" M X Griffith, C C: Otis Dovey X of
tt and S.
An Address to Republicans..
The following address to the re
publicans of Nebraska was issued
by the officers of the Young Men'a
Republican club of Lincoln yes
terday: "The Youiik Men's Republican
club of the city of Lincoln hap suc
ceeded in inducing Hon. William
McKinley of Ohio to come to Lin
coln and deliver an address on re
publicanism on the evening of
August 3. It is the earnest desire
of the club to make his reception
hearly and enthusiastic and the oc
casion productive ol incalculable
benefit to the republican party of
the state. " '
"To this end the club extends a
cordial invitation to all young
men's republican clubs and repub-
maii organizations generally
throifhout the state to be present
"All :lubs contemplating being
in atte dance will kindly report at
earlies moment to V. V. Collins,
preside t of the Young Men's
Kepublinn club of Lincoln,
A Great Surpriee
Ts in stort for all who use Kemp'f
lialsan fo.the throat and lungs the
great guaf'teed remedy. Would
you believt that it is sold on its
merits andhat any druggits is au
thorized b' the progrietor of this
wonderful" remedy to give you a
sample boJle free? It never fails
to cure acut-' antl chronic coughs.
All drugpis-S sell hemp's lialsam.
Large Hotts 50c a,d $1.
Nliarf ami Swimmer.
Henry Jacoon, is employed at
the North Minukau Heads as beacon
lisht keeper, out in his boat six
miles down th? harbor when it was
struck by a sqna" an(1 swamped and the
occupant left it1 tne water. Jacobson
dived and endea.vore(1 to relieve the bal
last, but withc,ut success. He then
grasped an oar, ind being a good swim
mer struck out f 9T land, but as a strong
tide was running he swept down
the harbor a distance of three miles.
At that point e "ao 'wed by a
large shark, wlicb ffral)led at his hand.
He protected imself however, with the
oar, which 'ue t"0 to ram down the
shark's throat. The fish then made a
cirolo aronnd him and renewed the at-f--mpt.
By this time, however, Jacob
son had his sheath knife drawn and des
perately stabbed the shark, ripping its
side open so that the water became red
A further attack was made, when
Jacobson again stabljed the monster
near the tail and it swam away. At that
time a boat came in sight. Jacobson,
too much exhausted to speak, was hauled
into the boat, having been in th water
two hours and thirty minutes. New
AO U W No St Meet second and fourth
Friday evenings in the month at I O
O F HaU. M Vondran, M W, E V Brown,
I AUG HTERS OF KEBEOCA Bud of Prom
I i..iui.a XI r An niwu lh second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each month in
the I O. O. K. hah. Mrs. T. E. Williams, 34
Q. ; Mrs. John Cory. Secretary.
rVEGKEE OF HONOR Meets the first
and third Thrurlay evenings f eacli
month in I. O. O. F. hail, Fitzueruld block.
Mrs. Addie Smith, Worthy Sifter of Honor
Mrs. Nannie Burkel, sister secretary.
CA8S LODGE, No. 146.1. O. O. F. meets ev
ry Tuesday night at their ball In Fitzgerald
block. All Odd FellowB are cordially invited
to attend when visiting in the city. Chris Pet
ersen. N. G. ; S. F, Onborn, Secretary.
DOTAL ABCANAM-Cai-s Council No 1021,
Meet at the K, of P. hall in the Parmele &
Craig block over Bennett & Tuttf, visiring
brethren Invited. Henry GerJug, Kegent ;
Tbos Walling, Secretary.
YOUNG MEN'S CHKIiTION -SOCIATION
Waterman block. Main Strret. Koonis
open from 8 'JO a m to 8 :30 i ro. For men only
Gospel meeting every Sunday afternoon at 4
. According to the census of 1890,
Chicago takes rank, by virtue of her
population of 1,098,576 people, as the
eighth largest city on the globe.
Most of us desire, at one time or
another, to visit a city in which so
many persons find homes, and,
when we do, we can find no better
line than the "Burlington Route."
Three fast and comfortable trains
dailyv For further information ad
dress the agent of the company at
this place, or write to J. Francis,
General Passenger and Ticket
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
Mr. Van Pelt, editor of the Craig,
Mo., Meteor, went to a drug store at
Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked the phy
sician in attendance to give 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 fix me up a supply of the medi
cince. I was surprised when he
handed meabottleof Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy. He said he prescribed it regu
larly in his practice and found it
the best he could get or prepare. I
can testify to its efficiency in my
case at all events." For sale by F.
G. Fricke 4c Co.
Eight Thousand Flowers on the Table.
It must take nearly half an acre of
glass to cover the flowers of the White
House conservatory. It keeps two men
busy all the time to take care of it, and
the finest of all kinds of flowers from
orchids to roses are in bloom here. There
are broad india rubber plants which
are worth from $30 to $100 apiece, and
there are some flowers which are abso
lutely worth their weight in gold. On
the night of a White House dinner or
reception the whole mansion is deco
rated with flowers, and at one state
dinner not long ago there was a floral
piece cn the table which tised 8,000 flow
ers in its making.
At a dinner to the supreme court 2,000
flowers were nsed to make a temple of
justice, and at the last diplomatic recep
tion the mantels of the parlors were
banked np with flowers, and at another
time they were covered up with im
mense double tulips rising out of banks
of green Cor. Philadelphia Record.
A Mixed Up Affair.
Recently on the Marietta and North
Georgia railroad a train ran over and
killed a cow near Thompson, Tenn. A
day or two afterward, when the train
passed through, an officer arrested the
engineer and took him before a justice
of the peace, where he was tried foi
cruelty to animals. The passenger train
was held four hours, during which time
the mails were delayed. It seems that
the prosecutors have gotten themselves
in a bad fix.
Warrants have been issned by a judg6
for Ihe arrest of the justice of the peace,
the officer who made the arrest, the
sheriff and the lawyer for contempt of
court, as the road is in the hands of a
receiver and permission must be secured
to sue the road. The superintendent r-f
themail service is also after them.
A Japanese Anniversary.
This year being the 1,100th anniver
sary of the Emperor Kwammu's estab
lishing his capital at Kioto, Japan, the
people are busy preparing for a suitable
celebration of the occasion. Kioto ciy
was founded by the Emperor Kwammu.
who took up his abode in Yamashiro
province, which was then unbuilt, and
gradually the city arose around his pal
ace, so that the emperor's memory is
especially honored. There will proba
bly be an exhibition opened in Kioto for
the occasion. San Francisco CalL
Bonn in Bohemian.
Burns in Bohemian has a curious
sound, but no less an enternrise has been
undertaken oy iroressor J. D. Siadek,
the editor of the Prague newspaper
Lumir, then a translation of some 150
of the songs and ballads of Burns into
Czech. This version is shortly to be pub
lished by the Royal Academy of Science
and Letters in Prague. In every in
stance the Bohemian translator has pre
served the metrical form of the original,
an extraordinary feat of skill and pa
tience. London Athenavum. ;'i
Cold Water 'Without Ice.
Get a common earthenware pitcher,
the commoner the better, as it will be
the more porous, wrap it 'all .aronnd,
leaving no inch of it bare, with wet
flannel. Keep, the flannel wet and the
water will shortly be as cold as is gool
for drinking purposes, almost ice cold.
What We Want Is Sounds.
We have no symbols to represent the
Bound of a sigh, a kiss, a chirp, a groan,
though characters expressive of these
would be of great service to novelists;
but, on the other hand, wo have three
dihiinct characters f, ff and ph ex
pressing exactly the same sound.
Then how imperfect and arbitary wo
are in the use of those symbols which
we possess; th is all we can eio to ex
press the initial sound of thing and
thine, though a Welsh writer .pan show
the difference by making the former an
aspirated t, the latter an aspirated d;
yet in this repect we are better off than
the French, who cannot employ the as
pirated dental at all. Englishmen are
inclined to wonder why the Chinese,
with all their ancient civilization, have
no sj-mbol for the consonant r, and are
apt to forget that, except at the lx-gin-ning
of a syllable, that letter has be
come in their own language a mute re
dundancy. The following sentence, for example,
might be perfectly well expressed in
Chinese characters, "Sour barts are
more alarming than certain earls," for,
in colloquial English, not erne of these
seven r's would bo trilled. Blackwood's
Early Railway Traveling.
The first regular train service in Eng
land commenced on the Liverpool and
Manchester railway on Friday, Sept. 17,
1830, two days after the opening' of the
line. It was not on a very ambitious
scale; three trains each way on week
days and two on Sunda3Ts were deemed
quite sufficient. The novelty of the
thing, however, at first and very soon its
proved safety and efficiency, led at once
to a much larger traffic than had been
anticipated, and as soon as the company
could obtain more rolling stock the ser
vice was increased.
For a time people who had ventured
to risk their lives by the new mode of
conveyance were the objects of admira
tion for their courage or of contempt
for their foolhardiness; but one by one
the coaches had to be taken off the road,
and everybody went by rail.
The time occupied in the journey was
at first seldom more than two hours and
often less, the distance being thirty-one
miles; but even this rate was too fast
for some people, for a gentleman, writ
ing about six weeks after the opening of
the line, says the speed was- too great to
be pleasant and caused him to feel some
what giddy. Cornhill Magazine.
The Girdle Is Useful.
A most useful article for ladies to
have in their possession is a girdle, the
like of which a friend of mine has just
brought from Paris. The girdle is made
of gold lace or filigree, substantial, but
not harsh, and is 6tudded all over with
jewels of various colors. The ends are
passed around the waist from the front,
crossing behind, and, again coming for
ward, are allowed to fall in front or on
one side, being fastened loosely shortly
below the waist. The ends are finished
off with gold fringe.
The girdle is most adaptable and can
be worn with a morning wrapper, a tea
gown, or an evening dress. When 1
saw it, it was "associated with a summer
tea gown of pretty design. The material
was a combination of cotton and wool
in pale blue, with white stripes. It had
a sailor collar, with narrow lace edging
and lace cuffs. The garment was de
cidedly loose, and of fair length behind.
The Jews and the Moon.
Dr. Goldziher refers to the occasional
luniolatry of the Jews. "Queen or
princess of heaven," he writes, "is a
very frequent name for the moon. Even
in the latest times the Hebrews called the
moon the 'Queen of Heaven,' and paid
her divine honors in this character at
the time of the captivity. What was
the antiquity of this lunar worship
among the Hebrews is testified (as has
long been known) by the part played by
Mount Sinai in the history of . the He
brew religion. The mountain must in
ancient times have been consecrated to
The peculiar symbol of Ashtaroth and
the other lunar deities appears to have
been a heifer or a figure with a heifer's
head and horns resembling the crescent
moon. London Standard.
A Bright tittle Animal.
Taking his size into consideration, the
mole is the strongest animal we know.
Whatever he does, too, he does with all
his might. One can see the reason of
the comparison "blind as a bat;" but
why folks should ever say "blind as a
mole" is incomprehensible to me. Watch
him as he runs about in the bright sun
shine, after a spell of underground work,
and tell me whether you think those
eves of his. 6mall thou&rh they are. do
pot serve mm m good steau. ahq mat
beautiful coat never shows any dirt
ujon it, no matter how clayey the soil
may be among which he works. Pall
When White Stockings Were Worn.
Thoso who are middle aged well re
member when white and balbriggan
were the two celors universally worn.
In thoso years colored stockings, except
in silk, were very rarely seen, and a
large item in everyliody's wardrobe was
dozens of stockings, a clean pair being
often as necessary as a clean collar. At
the present day Germany manufactures
the greatest amount of hosiery. Dry
A Woman Editor for a "Funny" I'aper.
A Miss Murphy edits the Melbourne
Punch, one of the funniest and most
flourishing of colonial comic papers.
She joined the staff some years ago in a
subordinate capacity, and has attained to
her xresent josition solely by her ability.
She is a great advocate of woman's
rights, and is exceedingly handsome.
One of the Eurliest AVeapons.
The sling was one of the earliest in
ventions in the way of a weapon, and
was itself an improvement on the stone
thrown by hand, which was the rudest
and most primitive method of fighting.
Harper's Young People.
THE END OF THE DAY.
I hear the bells at eventide
l'eal softly one by one,
Near and far ofT they break and glide,
AcroHs the stream iloat faintly beau
tiful Thoautiphonal bells of Hull;
The day is done, done, done.
The day ia done.
. The dew has Rathered ia the flowers
Like tears from some unconscious deep;
The swallows whirl around the towers.
The liht runs out beyond the long
And leaves the single stars;
'Tis time for sleep, sleep. Sleep,
Tis time for sleep.
The hermit thrush begins ai;ain.
That sonu of risen tears and pain.
As if the one ho loved was far away;
"Alas! another day
And now good night, good night.
Duncan Campbell Scott in Youth's Com
panion. A Mine Under the Sea.
There are in England several coal and
metalliferous mines which extend and
are worked at a considerable distance
out to sea. But perhaps the most re
markable stibinarine coal mine is that at
Nanaimo, on Departure bay, beyond
Victoria, B. C. This mine is known a
the Wellington, and its galleries are
situated COO feet below the surface of
the ocean, which here incloses an archi
pelago of islands very similar to the
Thousand islands at the head of the St.
Lawrence river. The galleries of this
pit, which are continually developing,
extend at present a length of six miles
under the bottom of the waters of the
Nearly the whole population of the
town of Nanaimo, amounting to nearly
1,000, is engaged in the mines of the
place, the average daily wages per heael
being from twelve to twenty-three shil
lings. Liberal as this payment appears
to be the cost of living in that inhos
pitable region is so high that the miners
can after all only just make both ends
Three Humorous Titles.
Among the whimsical titles which ap
pear on the pages of national history,
few are more apparently frivolous than
the Duke of Marmalade, the Count of
Lemonade and the Earl of Brandy.
They are, or were, however, real titles,
bestowed by a genuine monarch on
three of the favorites, and that, too,
during the present century. In 1811 a
revolution occurred in Hayti, and Chris
tophe, a negro, declared himself em
peror. Through conspiracy and plot,
his life often attempted, he retained
power till 1820, preserving to the last
the appearance of a royal court and cre
ating a numerous ability.
Among them were the three already
mentioned, and the oddity of the titles
has suggested to many writers the friv
olousness of the African character. In
fact, however, all three, names were
those of places, the first two being origi
nally plantations, but latterly towns of
some importance. This fact not being
generally known, a misapprehension has
arisen with regard to the titles them
selves, which, however absurd, are
scarcely more so than some which were
bestowed in France and Germany dur
ing the Middle Ages. Boston Tran
script. English Rulers and the Language. -
Unlike most other countries England
has repeatedly been governed by for
eigners, who thought so little of their
people that they did not even take the
trouble to learn the language of their
subjects. Most of the Danish kings
knew no English, and if William the
Conqueror, William Rufus and others
knew the language they kept the fact to
The early French kings, in fact, re
garded England as a conquest and
France as their home. Richard I, for
instance, spent but a few months of the
ten years of his reign on English soil.
In modern times George I neither knew
nor cared to learn English, and George
H spoke it very imperfectly. St. Louis
The largest stone statue in the world
is situated at Banian, on the road be
tween Balk and Cabul. It is 173 feet
"Would you know why with pleasure
Qurfaces so beam?
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