The Lincoln independent. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1895-1896, December 20, 1895, Image 8
V 7 r i 2b &, "CO. Dealers in Bankrupt Merchandise, An Elegant line Of Are now Closing Out the Harr Parker Shoe Stock at one-half cost, also the Eohnian Grocer? stock for 73 Cents O street. We also have on sale nt 1185 O street for one-half cost an elegant stock of Gent's Furnishing Good, fc on the dollar at 1009 Dunlap and Stetson Hats. Your Choice for 82.5(1, worth Frum $.".00 to $8.00. ( 1009 O AND 1135 O. formerly owned by J. A- Smith. These are all First Class goods and you cannot afford to miss tins great opportunity of saving money. ii PSON 1 I 1 1 1 Ml 6 , 1 PASSING OK THE ELEPHANT. ft I ltl IIihI Dim Clrt-ua lavorlt It Upcoming Scarce. There Is a wall In the New York Ledger thai there la every reason to tvllevc thiit elephants, like the Ameri can bison, aro fast disappearing. In a worker In ivory In Sheffield, Knglnnri, endeavored, In all seriousness, to figure out how long tha elephant would fast. IUb own house, he said, had In one year lined 1,2X0 pairs of tuiks, which meant Ihp killing of more than that number of animals, for not every repliant yields two tusk of Ivory to Urn ivory hunter. That the African pecleg iH f,m disappearing there is lit tle doubt. There are ninny elephants In llon. and from that Island most f those that are displayed In traveling menageries and In zoological gardens come. The snowman has very little use for the African elephant, because tie In less Intelligent than his Indian -ouin and much meaner In disposition. The African elephant Ih the longer legged and smullcr-hodlcd animal. Jumbo, who was n half-breed, had the Jong leg of the African anil the largo body of the Indian elephant. Jumbo ;m undoubtedly the largest of nil ele phants, tii.'iudiiiK 12 feet 8 Inches in fie-ight. The largest elephant remem bered In India was one ridden by the viceroy In ISSfl, which stood 10 feet 4 Inches. Col. I'ollock records that the Ling of Uiirmah had a sa red white ele phant which was two intMes taller. the live stock got loose the other night and ate Frank up. At last accounts the neighbors had assembled and were set tling the estate with their rifles. v Slllll II tl. fortune comes once to every door, And usually comes no more. When she cornea here I'll bet my hnt The bell won't work that calls our flat. New York fnn. A Vnrni Welcome. Traveler (hi a tropical paradise! I would just love to five here. Forty Million Natives (snakes, hugs and things -We'd Junt love to have you Kay. .nitl Hint. He (at 1J p. in.)-"Wcl', misery loves company, you know." She (repressing a yawn) "Not at this sour, f think."-- Detroit Free Press. ROVAL. JOURNEY, ever been oound up with the separation of the kingdom from tho continent of Europe by a narrow but stormy eslu nry. There had, of course, been repeat ed invasions and successful invasions of her soil from the days of the Anglo Saxons themselves down to tbe expedi tion of William of Orange but growing wealth had furnished ever increasing means of resistance In the superb arma ments which under England's Has; made access to her shores so much more ditll cult with every year that finally, after the Seven Years' War, it came to be regarded by her enemies as impossible. On the otiier baud, the people them selves are to this day skepti cal, and fall Into p 'iodic pan ics on the question. Some clev er fiction, We the "Battle of Dorking," or a revival of the project for a tunnel under the channel can awaken such visions of invasion as to insure the passage of any grant for strengthening the navy. This singular distrust was well known to the French. On icn of Viklt Spulii Ha ('HU.it- to Autlrl.i, Queen Christina Is about to undertake a voyage to Austria, where her pres ence. It appears. Is indispensable in con nection with the settlement of the vast estate of her uncle, the lato Archduke Albert, who died the richest man of Austro-Hungary; Indeed, one might al most say of Europe, since no inconsid erable portion of his fortune comprises an Immense number of as yet undevel oped mines. Of course her absence from Spain at tho present juncture is j extremely inconvenient, says the New i Vftl'L- Tln.A, Tl..i it. I - i .......... .1 U is a mistake which many parents ' t " Vf V. , ,7 l"lK'"hL "u lu .., ,u, . ,..,i . , . ' I ture 01 her children are at stake and, j We Should I'rouoiinca It l.iiu;rroii. 1 Toledo Blade: it is correct nowadays I to pronounce any of the afflictions that ! end in "itlfi," such as "appendicitis," l with the accent on the penultimate syt le.ble, and as If the "itls" were spelled , "eyetis." Kminent surgeons also say "lntesteynal" for "Intestinal," and An glicize as much as possible every tech . nlcal word derived from the Latin. It ' seems to be a go-as-you-please with the Creek termlnalogy as yet. HAVE YOU TRIED Henry Veith's 111 id! ardua restore? LARGEST STOVE PLANT IN THEWORLD WK CAN SAVK YOl' MONEY on Anything you need in the Hardware Line. We are Hel'ing The Jewel Stoves and Ranges TLeDKST IN THK WCKLK. Over 2,500,000 in Use l.cl Mir Veiling l;iijnjr Tliriiinel vr. It Is a mistake which many pare male, that of trying to make premature j men out of boys, and of holding them unlves aloof from all the emotions, sym pathies, plensitres and pursuits of younxMers. It Is not n; tuml for boys to be so staid, reserved, nor always e:;-mannered, and the discipline which rmikeg them so before their time t1I probably distort or cripple some of their finest qualities. The roots of a yoting tree must have room to spread, and, if they are Inexorably crammed Jnto a hole big enough only for half of J them, some are suye to he grievously hurt ami the tree prematurely dam aged. As for education, It must al ways be remembered that what a boy learns from books is but u small por tion of his education. That which he gathers from his surroundings and from his home, pleasant or repulsive, from his associations, from nature. fr,,.n .,v,,n - i 11 ' "u P'ovohei the departure was ttie rrom ever) tlniiB he sees and hears, goes I ., ,., . . ., , , . , ...,;....... .ii . . . 'rd,t lnat K" discovered the k tie and duchess whilinu awav a .June afternoon In one of the kiosks of the gardens of moreover, her sister-in-law. the Prin cess Isabella, countess of Olrgent.l, with whom she Is now completely recon ciled, has already proved herself a most capable regent during the absences from the kingdom of her brother, the late king. Christina has left Spain but once since her marriage In the latter part of the seventies, and st the time she then quitted Madrid she firmly Intended never to return. It was a couple of years before her husband's death and she had been so exasperated by the flagrancy of his Infidelities, notably hy his public liaison with the tete duchess of Odsiina, a Princess Soims by birth and a dttchess of Croy by her second marriage, that she vowed never to live with him again, and sought refuge at Vienna with her children, What provoked the departure was the ill Kir siiiitiiiioii. The French cutlers established in the town of Langres are determined to call attention by every means in their power to the absurdity of the superstition the palace of I.a (Jranja. The duke of Sesto. the diminutive and squeaky voiced stepfather of the present Due de Morny, was on guard at the entrance and attempted u bar her progress, ller ibout presents of knives "cutting j Hnpsbmg blood, however, would brook friendship.-- The belief, they allege. io luiibt tvilh some show of reason. Is injurious to their trade. Among the wedding gif's presented to a newly married couple, for lust ince, one never sees any knives, although metal ar ticles of oilier kinds are never wanting. The. LnugroH cuilus have therefore no such Interference, ami, Inflicting a stinging slap on the cheek of the jllicd fiance of Kugenie de Monlijo (subse quently empress of the French I, she passed by and Into the kiosk. It iieed! all tho persuasive power of Kmperor Francis Joseph, her cousin, and of the Archduchess Elizabeth, her b.xd the French minister of public iotlier, to induce her t.) return to' Ma works, M. Diipuy-liutemps, to accejit a little preunt of two fancy knives and a pocket-knife of line workmanship, W. Dupiiy-ili temps 1ms graciously ac p!ed the gin without sending the tra ditional penny or halfpenny in ex rhain' with which the superstitious ordinarily wek in dhgube the nature of Mn It a tr.ii!f-i!i li..n. I if ii. M.I rrll ltlr. An iidvaii. e of mcr .",0 p.-i cent iu the .r(p of raw has hikn pliiee d'irlu ih i.ot vim. During Hie In hi fiscal year inri!c,iii niainifaciiinrs nd 9. 41 1 tie,; m in. I nf i.( pllk, and they lire MmiI' mii;i!iiu'ies foreigner in sup ilc g tin- a.li ihhmU iim( Iu ttiiMiuuu try, Hr. li .,r Him. i n -i u u jjn.i.f to priM row un t( l' ,i f,r !.( iiim on )on," muhI a l.i iu in mi. i ( i l,i n'i i-in Mioi iii-) n "'r '( cVje'i I ili( HOUIP Ullloilk r. Iff it'-i !(..ii " nan Itii H'Jitv, "mi fi t il fnl Ij' a ti.iirc' tlikt;iiu I .I...-- ilrid. and this was not achieved until three months had elapsed and the duch ess of Ossuna had been banished not only from the court hut even from tho kingdom. ;. BauMler. General Saussier, who would com mand the French army la case of war. Is past seventy years, an age at which an American commander-in-chief would have been long retired, but still a robust and clear-headed man of af fairs. He is a soldier of unusual stature, and at present he is the military gov ernor of Paris. Another Sew TToicjn "I don't take much stock in these new woman ideas," remarked a man from south Ceorgla yesterday, "but I aaw one to-day I would li:a to Lave In my corn field In fodder s-.aon to pull fodder. Say, that woman was a James D. She saw a street car about a block and a half away and made up her mind to catch It, and she did, begosh. She nutfle a pi an re for it and whistled for tho conductor to stop the concern. The conductor didn't think s' vrould ever reach the car and conseq iiitiy did not stop. But that woman was one of the up-to-daters and she had different no tions from those of the conductor. She ran like a rabbit and it wasn't long be fore Bhe had planted her tiny foot upon the step of retreating car. "1 felt disposed to applaud her for this feat, but about that time she reached up and pulled the bell-cord and slopped the ear herself. "The conductor and motorm.in looked up in astonishment. 'I simply want to wait for my dog to catch up,' she re plied, to their Inquisitive glances. "Now, all I have to say is this - that If that woman is a new woiaan we need more of them to run this country. We need them particularly in the corn fields." Atlanta Constitution. We have the Finest Line of GRANITE and TIN WAKE and All Kinds of Kitchen Furniture. We Imve a few Fetiitisular IJuruers which we will Close out AT COST. We keep the Finest Line of TABLE CUTLERY, CARVING SETS and Pocket Knives. You will find in our :tore a Large Assortment of Goods for Holiday Presents! Complete Stock of Guns and Aniintinilion. SKATES and SLEDS for Boys and Girls. Give us a Call and be Convinced. HENRY 905 O St. Remember the Place! VEITH. .; Opposite Post Office. The HEW Hflaiijs Oil i LIN JOLN, NEBRASKA. Formerly tbe Opelt, Corner Ninth and Q. WOMAN DIVER. Into th , i i't t" ! .mi f . . i. i V Mi?. t i ' l I ! ' i.l t I !-.. till t . . . I ft tM-.il ft' .1 t I I, U I I ' . 1 M lill( )f!,ll nj I ' ' 'it in ait T !' ( l.ii'i.in lmi H V l' it VV b .1 (11 1 v i u. (. in. i i : IU V , , I I. I Hill I (I ..( - ,.,, - ..-.I.., 4 i HI, ; , t .,. I, .,.!,) u 4 f . i 'i i 4 ., i n, m ' U.i I 'l.,t.ll '' it in I I lit 1 1 . , I. H - !l la lMl,lliiKl 1 'f ll III 1 ..f I .Ml, (if 1 lNkr t I Itmn hf TrlK Ilcfip Sr- From Palm IJeach, Fla., conies the story ol a woman 3$ years of age, a uatlve f Jamaica, who hits for ten yearn hern engaged as a submarine diver, ller husband, Pedro (liinn-i. runin from n Kpaninh family of spougo divers. Vhil at Funchial, M.id'ira. in j lli t'ail.ll leu, he lircHlnti !lriU4iUt(-d ! 1 it h an Futilich iliwr, who iuv him some I Ii ,ik ns id Niiiimii! inn Kpl.iratlon i miller i li'iitlti. aii'p!i . lie weut to IVntrsI Aiitcrlia and mei hli. Ime and ' ' hi hii'iiueia imi'tner of l.t-iUy ii t'ulnn. i on l!i ItUimilD. Hlii fe! u! i la line of l',f imhP), iiti.l tor ten ) ir. h don , tl'r tn'td-r pin f thi liii.ud i.it work -tii h h as .t miinjci imt.uU tiir j Mik CHll'iei Ic 't .it ill ir limn l.e dnw. , i a hit Utti ltvriil"d .1 UHiel aitil A ays- . t li-iii (if ainii(M' lint thr ld tiet liux -b.il il luii hul l netttit of ll U ' rUilie, (hit Willi lM hctmrt elll!H hi r Uic i.liin ii.iiuiiiu a Uh h iii t mt .i ll -i- 'ijii jiid- r n'li u i at w ill itmi.iii a .inliii kria In a invnt iiiti'il- altti il.- ti.nr ti a laiki- .lit ur.Min r tii- . ill it la th.i Mill it 4 1 llu'luJii-l it' ii.it lii thn .Aran a In -I t!lll tt U t "t t U I Si t I -.! la I u n ha n,t ' n. r 'lift a ...irt'"f .ir an uthrlf fi.tt lint at l ii ' t' Hi- -rt a , il l. f ti m ! Ik.ttlt t Immnt t : ti .i ; I - '( If UJ1 l"t l!,n ill a N il . ti I M liiu.lt rfi((,..,i tiitiii';t'it "I -i'-a in i .t , I i ,l- I It it nimua ' .i . ' U H ' I i ''-'p i - U ThuuKlit Hli Wu Wtli. There waa a correspondence In the papers some time ago about the cruelty of leaving servants alone In town houses while the family is away nt the sea. A curious commentary on tho matter has just been supplied by Htelyn's cook, says girl's gossip iu Truth. Evelyn left her in town for a fortnight, quite alone, but told her she could have a friend to tea when she IlkeJ, rnd edded: "My mother's cook Is a very nice, superior woman, and 1 will ask her to come round and hae a cup of t;a with you." After the fortnight the vum'.au a very dlsag-'eeuhle and huffy- ro much so thill Kvelyn told her thut site could uot keep her utiles she could managx to lie nil her jile.ixunter, . .it has upset ou!" she (tiked. When upon, union other grlei.ni, n. tK. ( lA tnUi, You asked your titot I,t'w ( tut tu n;u here fur no eihr re.vno:. t, ui to kerp aalch on lue." S the . isna that a.n kin 1 1 v meant i'"'i- 'i 'id Into sa instill. It orl) f, mv to bJl wa iitil iieiir '(.eii MUml i r. : a. tryst m il Ih titbit la I iii.. Him In hi I .t ! . U "s f.aj.t ii,i (tur. I i if lh ( jut ; -it 1 l,t i l no a (Mtifii. I t r Is vi ( ... J. nil , I hri.tim I ii til lb'' Mil-1 i . uii.l 41 ,- !n lha j H'lii lay m, .1 i.i.li 'i i a i irr(i .1 t!ttit.i(' IU iii."iii.l . art - I, i t, n nli ) tf a Mr t il fttng. I e. I t t ) lU.c-V ttiv! tUrt lujiicn 1 i' 1 l ' 1 ' !- V 'it I.lt4 (ill IU" it n, 1 1 a k. J 4 ! . tit ! It. H,.it .,i,l 'Itiviv m tit i v 'a i til I i I 'i ra t f" l l 4'i WHY IS IT THe BST? BECAUSE: It has the le.t Location. It is two blocks from 15. A M three frmn F. E. Sc M. V. and M. !'.. and two from 1W Otl'uv. It is one block from lre t cur Hue, Tliert lore it is euaily ac ii'nil.f to all jxiinN in tlin city. The location HvniJ the noisi and liustie tf lite tiiain stn t t.v It haa all the tnodt rn impruv cio nt". It is newly ' u ipj ! with :.io.t iii i 'onvfitieiit i ... SjsTial itttenti n In Cmu 'iierci.il Met.. Ita nt. a nr in "id ui' with the timet, l la tun'. . t!i' umt i. mel t of all evpiivi;. i d lint. J Dr. W. .Qneeav Tbe Specialif TI I 11.11 It - - ' j 'w--,-.ewi. jm Its scientific treatment ami reoiOTtl iu twenty 5J m:ni-.te "M kDife. pain or loss of & drop of blood DR. QUEEN cures Piles and Tu mors without pain, knife or loss of a drop of blood, he also cures Caterrah, Troat, Lung. Heart and Nervous De biiitv. bit. QUEEN has made diaeaaes of the Stomach, Kinney , Liver, Wood and Disease of Women a apeclalty for ,.! thirty-live yearv lie has restored i heHrinp u the deaf sud aiyrht to ta- J blind. IK. QUE EX la the specialist of f i I OoithweM iu the Treatment and 'L ' of all Chronic ami Private Altm. t a. - i i .... . .. a P. L. BROWN, Prop. Eft tliit,.', Rate ,.i.. M . r d. til 4 'it 'Wtri l ta Telephone 105 for the Best Coal Cheap for CASH Clark Coal Company. Fuel GuurtUitet'd us HeproKi-ntcd hartttir livotl in l.ineolu and l.ancaf .ounty for thirty-fi'iir years. '1 1 H spplyliiif to Dr. ' J' tU Kl lll!"Tll ItVllVl 4 4 ' a i u fiHuu &U Tain trn t Uhninuti imuiiiikk iiti tin viirtii7 AlllflffiVl I&aIHiiI . u...i 'l.u Irln P.ll. I....tM m Onion DIock.N.E.cor. ioth&O' WINDSOR LIVELY . I ale and Boarding Stable. IV HulU 410 lVr Month. ! U.. S'aHa tVi lVr Mtith. i j r ,mike it CJm ul') i f 1 t:tr I j...,; ISiiate T.lrj.h.H,,. lie. i,-,-'t H E. MOORE. Jro)- In fin i'i t f i jl a! s n r., r.t r.i; rt ..k u at !, I ': al I i '.. jPnrlor b.tfbu bhop. i(ii im-ti.iii si.. 1 'ii 1,111411 ..l t I . I . t l..'li tt th rnt I 4' t Si!i Hi t I ' ti.r I t . !