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December 30, 1897.
THE NERBASKA INDEPENDENT
FOUGHT AN EAGLE IN MID AIR.
A Lineman' Capture While at Work ia
Hun lleroardlno Valley.
Bert Barnes, a telephone lineman,
who reside in Los Angeles, Cal., wos
at work recently in the Han llcrnar-
.1 I 11 ...I. t. ... ..1 1 1 1. HtfAlv
experience, "I was alone In a lonely
part of the valley and apparently
there wasn't a living thing within
rifle shot of me. I wan Just about to
descend from the pole when I observed
a shadow circling over the sand below
me. looking up 1 sw an eagle
whirling around in the air, alwuys
keeping it glittering eyes fixed on
me. For a weapon 1 had only my
hammer, but I resolved to make that
as serviceable as possible, and I had
no time for misgivings a to the out
come of the encounter. 1 wine the mon
aster cume to the attack. A midden turn
and a netting of the wlnys brought the
Immense body very clone to me. The
talons were curved ami the leg drawn
up ready to strike. The heavy beak
wu half opened, I could only turn
part way around as my 'climbers' of
ankle spikes, upon which, I depended
or support, were firmly driven into
the wood, Jt wan fortunate that at
the second attack the bird wa directly
before me, for it allowed mo the full
awing of my right arm, and .wing I
did, with a vengeance, I fa no uae for
me to nay where the blow struck.
, Thing were too confuted for me to
Judge Just exactly, and I only know
that a moment later the great brown
bird ly fluttering on the ground at
the bottom of the pole and my hammer
lay beside it. The bird wan not dead
on'y stunned. I climbed quickly
down and securely tied It with some
pieces of twine and I have it now
THE TRAIN MAN'S DIALECT.
J.ncltl fleacrlptlon of a Olll.Om Wlven
hy a Hrekeiiieu.
The train hand ha a patois of his
own. It is distinct from all other
dialectsand to the uninitiated it is an
Mr, .fame Farncsworth, division
passenger agent of the Kast Termes
aee, give a fair sample of it in an ac
count of a brakeman's testimony on a
rial of a suit for damages against the
road. There had been a collision, a
The witness was on the caboose of
the forward train into which the en
gine of the second section plunged,
lie saw the second section approach
ing when it was some distance away.
"I was standing on de dink and
aw her a-eomln'. Mr. MeClougblln
he pull de screamer for brakes, but
he couldn't stop her. Hhe come a
bilin' and Lord how she did roar.
l)at locomotive look as big as Kenne
saw mountain. We were pllln' down
grade Ufty miles an hour. Mr. Mc
Cloughlin he pull back de calf tongue.
De fire it did fly, but she kept a-comin'
right on us. 1 saw it was no place
for dis nigger and 1 Jined de bird
Trying to lUiolalm the MJv lrtU
The reclamation of 200,000 acres of
the Mojave desert is one of the most
Stupendous enterprises ever tinder
taken in Southern California, and
from the indications the enterprise
will go through. The plan is to irri
gate the Ittrge acreage near the min
ing town of Victor, in Han Bernardino
county, this side of the Needles. The
company having the project under
confederation is the Victor irrigation
company. Home of the bent engi
neers in the state have reported upon
the enterprise as a most favorable on
and very fentible. It is understood
that the lanes thus irrigated will be
colonized, when that part of the des
ert Is expected to blosNoin as the rows.
At an Kastern school of cookery,
two pannages from a recent examina
tion paper are amuaing. One queatlon
was: "Describe a thermometer and
Its notation." It brought forth this
answer: "A thermometer ha two
good points, the bulling point and the
freezing point. The former i useful
for potatoes and the latter for Ice
cream." The other reply was elicited
by the lecturer in giving a practical
leaaon ou fUh cookery, who said:
"Flrat you take the lUli and wash it
well, and then" Adult I'upil, inter-ruptlng-How
shaurd! Jut fancy
having to waeh a fUh - and after it
has spent all its life in water, too.
Aa AmaalHf iuaralilral tmrU
The shorteat line that rati lie drawn
umiu the earth's surfaue, one end be
ing at the mouth of the MlUlppl
river and (he other at I'tkln, China,
will eroa the llehrlllg atrelta. If you
doubt tide aortlon, take a large
globe and a piece of I bread or airing
aul make the 111 uriiit-nl to anil
yourself. MheiiMe li'tfln the Mieaiaelp
l river and iVkln rallioad, lot I do you
say to eoiuwieueliig II at the ,ilii end
of Ilia line, ao a to yr 1 heap UUtr
ud l"ililttirf ni4tvrUlf m ran
lly alip our sltiioiid id help, iMlvk
fu-r the road i thttiol!
trath I .ti.f r.
' Hitiilicr I'tKlu-'trr," iMnly r
marked I'aftun Wii't la lli im.Ul tif
Ilia dUwoui, ' ' , eeem t Im Hut
tody Mu M(lr of tltu tonD'tf ill'.ii mIio
U awake. II Mil, lit lt jnt a ! for
)n4 luioina U lte lit lint pulpit,
whvro 1 1 a npt tlm rt to! my
srHtiti l i In a roaai(oual
!, Mil) aave Miy oi and alao
be tea aaatiy lug It tltu light lp
A ll4iM at a.
AaoMiUt died Im I lot I outlitt
State iftH at Ike de t.f Ul week,
Sa ked Urea lhvi titfltl aa.
at asvsy itlvd , a a UlUr.
hai( MuUiUtatli ha was ailt4
tltt tarllf k wlha al iiWadt
autla4 aal ipli.l ikt It kal aa
frlsaJs Itj ttullly, lit ws II ais l
LOCHINVAR IN A BUGGY.
Olrl Klop with Another Man oa Her
From Oakman, Walker county, Ala
bama, cornea the story of a marriage
which did not lake place In the usual
way. James Wllllngham, a prominent
young farmer residing nea,r Berry, was
to hare been married a few nlghu ago
to a Miss Brown, one of the belles of
Oakman. All preparations were made
for the affair, which was expected to
be the swell society event of the sea
son, Wllllngham and four friends
drove over from Berry to Oakman in
buggies. They reached the home of
the prospective bride's parents but a
short tlmj before the hour set for the
marriage. The gimaui were rapidly
gathering and the kitchen and dining
room presented a scene of great activ
ity, where preparations were in prog
ress for an elaborate wedding supper,
Just before the arrival of the happy
hour It was found that the bride was
missing. InvestlKatlori brought to
light the fact that a short time before
she had quietly left the house and,
having met another lover, had eloped
with him. The pair drove rapidly
across the country to Jasper and were
married, Willingham took the matter
good naturedly, hut the assembled
guests and the parents of the young
lady were greatly shocked, However,
at WllllnKham's suggestion the supper
was served and all partook of it, none
more heartily than the disappointed
young man whose intended bride at
that hour was hurrying to Jasper with
a young farmer named J, T. Kchols,
No Toad Ifaa K.ver ! found Jmi:Imi,
In Soldi UotU.
From the Milwaukee Journal: Htor
ies of toads Inclosed in solid rock are
not at all uncommon, but of all the re
ported ca not one has ever been
substantiated. When investigated it
la found that they are made-up stories
or that there was no toad or no rock
or was a way for him to get in or out.
People who find toads In wild rock
must understand that It is an import
ant matter. If ever there is one sin-,
gle case verified beyond dispute of find
ing a toad or any other living animal
In an absolutely aolld rock the science
of gooJogy will be swept from the
realms of belief. The doctrine of evo
lution will crumble to airy nothings.
Half of the exact sciences will have to
be reorganized on an entirely new ba
sis. Accumulated human knowledge
will have to be revised from the bot
tom and most of what is so called re
jected entirely. Bo the man who find
the toad had wetter bo pretty sure that
it Is a toad in a solid rock, and while
he is about it he had better have wit
nesses and photographs and every
thing possible to be bad in proof of
bis assertion, for It will be doubted.
If lie proves his case no man ever
known will have such enduring fame.
Just find the toad, gentlemen.
Just trv a lOe box of fjvirttj tha A
Ml liver and bowel regulator srar tuada.
I'ay your subscription.
An Englishwoman of rank, a duch
ess, was very apt to forget to pay her
bills. A milliner, whose large bill had
been repeatedly Ignored by the duch
ess, at last determined to send her lit
tle girl for the money which was r.o
much needed, "Be sure and say 'your
grace' to the duchess," said the anx
ious mother, and the child Kravely
promised to remember. When, after
a long wait, she was ushered Into the
presence of her grace, the little girl
dropped her a low courtesy, and thrn,
folding her hands and closing her eyes,
said softly: "For what I am about
to receive, may the Lord make me
truly thankful." As she opened her
eyes and turned her wistful gaze on
the duchess, that person turned very
red and without delay made out a
check for the amount due her mil
liner. Not of Itlanord.
Persons organising ecclesiastical
processions should heed this solemn
wanting from an lOngllsh critic who
described a recent elaborate function:
Any one who tie his handkerchief
over bis head (ept-cially If he be a
bUhop, and hi handkerchief a red
one) strikes a note of discord that
nothing cm redeem.
W t mutt Criminal Italaawhar Men.
huU' penal statlatba show that
In the dominion of the cr the women
rr! in I im I oittnumler the men by near
ly (0 iter tent, Just lh contrary being
lh ra In oilier count r lea, Moat of
lha women criminal are unmarried,
and lha majority nimn I rmn the labor
ing rlaaaea In lha (Ilea.
UIIUIIIIUU . . .
If not, do m. timid fl
uiltfiitlot ta all our tutiow
rill all cattt, M 1 tcai
Im llf Sso t $1.10,
momiMRj id n. Alio
Give us a
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Send us $5.00 by draft, ex
press or money order and we will
ship you the following bill of
goods-Eve ry article warranted
or money returned:
SPECIAL COMBINATION NO. 87
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28 liar note! l.aomlry Soup 1 Wl
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4 Ilia Vnnnf Krnporatml I'adilii-a..,,, ,Ml
J lb ran tint link InK I'owil.T M
1 Hi li"t iineiilori'il Wu.,., ., M
W lb IViiMir .V
4 Id rlniicta Itlim .,...., ,K
ty II) MimtMril .'ft
pM'kaKM lat Yatut rail XD
f 5 00
All the above packed secure
ly and delivered to R. H. station
free for $5.00.
The Farmers niwr
226-234 N. 10th St..
What r.fTiat Tranforutlon Ha 04
TbarnTb Almond an-1 r'h.
That tha ltis dons poach has been
derived from the hurd-shelled almond
can no longer be denied. It Is said
that tha peach In Us original soil was
a virulent poison, and that the l'orslnn
warriors brought to 1'eraia some of
tha seed and planted them for tho
purpose of poisoning tho points of
tbolr arrows, so a to render wound
caused by them to be fatal, but a
chango of cllmato and soil produced a
fruit which is not only lusr.ou, but
esteemed exceedingly healthful.
Tha small biack sloo has been trans
formed into the juicy and golden yel
low gage plum, .says the J'lltsburgh
Commercial (ja.ette, and tho most de
licious pippin ow thoir origin to
the diminutive, ' acrid crab apple.
The savory cantolopo, in a wild state
in India, varies from the size o( a
plum to that of a lemon, and in most
cases is either insipid or bitter.
In Sicily there js a wild grass which,
when ripe at the end of the summer,
is gathered by the peasantry, tied in
bundles and set on lire, not, however,
to bo consumed, but for a mere scorch
ing. The fiamo files rapidly through
the light busks and beard of the plant
and leaves the seeds slightly roatted,
in which stale they are eaten with
considerable relish by numbers of the
rural population. The botanical name
of this Kicltian grass is figilops, or
goat's eye, the Greek having believed
it to bo a remedy for a disease that
appear In ono corner of the eye.
Tho most remarkable fact concern
ing this plant, the goat's eye, i that
it ha been proven by experi
ment to be the parent of cultivated
wheat This fact was accidentally
discovered by a French agriculturist
lie wished to determine what effect
cultivation would havo upon the goat's
eye, and planted, remote from any
field of gran that might mingle with
it a few of the seed. The first crop
showed much difference from tho orig
inal, being two or three time taller
and mora grains to tho stalk. At the
end of seven years' eoriiiiont'ng the
yield was over . 0 ) grains for each ono
planted, and the transformation was
complete; every plant was a true rep
resentative of cultivated wheat
Later ho sowed them in open fields,
and in no instanco havo they returned
to tho form of the original goat's eye
The same experiments have since
boon tried by the Kngliah Agricultural
Hoclety with the same result. The
nearevt form to true wheat now found
growing wild is tho creeping couch
grass, a porennlal clowely agreeing in
all esaential particular of structure
with our cultivated annual wheat
Everybody 871 8o
CaacareU Candy Cathartic, the moat
wonderful medical discovery of the aga,
pleasant and refreshing to the taste, act
gently and positively on kidneys, liver,
and bowels, cleansing tbs entire system,
dispel colds, ear headache, lever, habit
al constipation and blllioosne. Plea
boy and try a boi of C. C. C. today-10,
35, 60 eenU. Bold and guaranteed to
lure by all drogglsta,
Similar, bat IHffereltt,
l.uii.lloid (to delinquent tenant) -Well,
a bat do you propose to da
liout the rent?" Tenant (examining
mi trousers) "Oh, It's not so baJ.
y tailor ran lis It all right."
fepalatlaa r Hum la.
The rrvlaed returns of the HunnUn
enaii give the total population of
that rountry at 1 S9,ooo,tMio, Thl
user ItuaaU third In tank sinoiu
sstloii. t'hliu routing flut, i an
altllialed population f t'MI.IMHl.lMHI, all I
ihe Hrltlah emplt !(, with ;o,(mhi,.
Watt lite UiafUr. inviit u( in vii br
1111 hlioo ha lfii great la rnt
Mar. I'utta And It I ailll iuIui on.
Only )itdy I oin '!
IVMHMhaot til u4 fouul mlt
tiol4 by a hit) 1 la nh r4l pi
flplum y - litlinMdl Journal.
tbaal Ibe al tl
I to lb sum of lutiMH'i k.laea4
iiay be it I a to thr irU lot
rot " hhe A ad tk sunt u Hua'e kaa-
iitiHt ity ! Im i(tra4 tkre
ord I'ay li t-Mief,"
SUIkat ta t a l abfaelat.
AbitalHlas aoilal twJe attivida Ut
I fair t hftte la teMkg narrl4 leHblea
t.y lutbbMiai Ike ! Ida's Molkar U
ltl kr auitr till a r aftar Iks
01 aar aeigiWMf W mVawvib.
Afrlra a Hone of Contestton.
From the Lynchburg Advance: It
has been predicted that Africa would
be the theater of the great struggle
between European powers In the next
century, as America was In the last
two centuries. Bishop Hartell of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, after a
close observation of the situation, in
dorses the opinion. There are already
signs of the coming trouble. Germany
Is watching British progress In Africa
with a Jealous eye and only wants a
pretext to Interfere In order to stop
that progress. The French are contin
ually encroaching on the sphere of
British Influence, and though the
French government disowns the acts
of overzcalous French ofllcfrs, still the
government holds whatever they ac
quire, Africa Is a rich prize, and Eng.
llsh, Germans and French, to say noth
ing of Italians, will all seek to gain as
large a slice of the continent as pos
sible. It requires no prophetic powers
to predict that England will outstrip
all her rivals In the race, Hhe has a
firm foothold now both In Egypt and
Bouth Africa and every year is acquir
ing additional territory, England It
the great colonizer of the age, and her
great naval power will give her an Im
mense advantage In the corning strug
LETTING THE CAT ESCAPE.
Faeur wantel to Tell Her Mother and
Prattle! ly Hutieeedeit,
George bad proposed and been ac
cepted for several week but the girl's
esteemed parents had not been in
formed of it and they wore excooding
ly anxious and curious to know Jiotr
matters stood, says tho Detroit I ree
l'reas. The other morning the mother
began a little detective work ou tho
r annio," she said cautiously, hasn't
George hmuggins been here every
Bight this wouk?"
"Yes, mamma, every night so far,"
responded the dutiful rannle.
"And this will be Saturday night?"
"lie seems to be coming pretty
often, doesn't he?"
"It doesn't sou in to be very often to
Oh," and the old lady elevated
her eyebrows curiously. "Did you
bear your father when he came in
"No, mamma, " said the girl de
murely, "Ob, you didn't? replied the moth
er quickly. "Didn't he see you sitting
in George's lap as ho came in?"
"No, mamma," and tho girl never
turned a hair,
"Well," snapped the old lady, fool
ing that she wa foiled, "I'd like to
know why he didn't."
"Tho girl smiled a gentle, forgiv
ing, trusting, happy little soil la
"Itccause, mamma, " she wbinporcd,
coming over to hor "because tho
parlor door was shut"
Hair and Pbyelcal fcireutli.
The discussion as to abundance of
hair being evidence, of strength bos
again come up, some arguing that
there was nothing novel in hamson's
strength being In bis hair, end other
that as a rule the strongest men are
least blessed with an abundant hair
covering. There are necessarily ex
ceptions to all rulos, but most feats of
strength of modern times have been
performed by people with luxuriant
hair. There are five or six women
now traveling with dime museum
snows lifting enormous weights with
their hands or teeth and performing
other extraordinary feats of strength,
and nearly all of them have magni
ficent heads of balr.
Among prlxe-fighters the same rulo
applies, and although athletes gener
ally keep their hair cut very clone to
the bead, they usually have a very
thick growth of hair and are seldom
buld. Ancient history is delved into a
groat deal in the discussion, but the
lin t romalns that the strongest men of
to-day have in almost every Instance
not only heavy heads of hair, but also
quite a substantial growth on the chest
and arms. It may be that excesalve
bodily vigor and activity promote the
growth of hulr, or that the hair iUelf
I an evidence of strength, but which
ever may bo the cauo and the effect
the combination exist as a very gen
era! rule. M. l.oul Globe-Democrat
An F.i perl Carver.
With a jack-knife James Ingram,
of Fast Hradford, ha carved on a dog
wood cane a fos hunt, with a do on
bound and a luouated hunter or two
In the thao.
from a fiitnd Often Bavss Lives.
How many rmdi are reeoimueudiMl
to tiflerlng r by their Irlenda. Ia
a great many rns a vur I ffWted by
a remedy r'ominiidtH lnuh away,
Mr. I ran. M, Ha lgtt,M0 New street,
knosvill, Tena., a as suffering with le
uutle trouble (catarrh id th lvw or-a-ru
) iVruaa wa rwouiiiindl to kr
by a I'lfiid. Hli took it and a a curd.
l it following la aa eitract (rant a ht
teraritlfa by key to Dr. Ilarlmaa: "I
auf1.'fl terribly aitk hmale Mteb
lor to year. I took many dffral
rvMinltte, tut they lailtd toeurin. A
Irletol edt ied toe to take IVruita
raadibg on of Dr. Ilarlataa's a ltar
tiMHweeU, I got g ittle ol I'aruwa
ia lour days Mr I " laatag II I
Ml better, asd la a iiort Gh a a m
liivly url. II It bad sol he lor tbet
imkIm lb 1 would be dl uw, lof I kept
galling aura aU tk time, Ikeatttlf
rtiim.M4 if, llartssaa'a trealateal a
lb beet l th Staid."
Dr. IUmmsn a writu a hook -ially
ro a ton a. It treat ! tb
ratartbal tlwee fl aoataa, aa4 s til
wry treat late! In ealarrsal rtt
ata. ' Iltallkas l Iwast y" eiM U -ul
) iy addrtg ke I'eraaa Df aa! Ua
alai'turibM t tisapaay, t t.luHitu, Ubtu
t your tlrtiiitftei lor a tree I'vruaa
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