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THE FMOIERS' ALL1AKGE, LINCOLN, JS ED., THUKSDAY, JUY 9, 1SU1.
ALWAYS THE SAME.
Sha'dSmJied In tli German -chool.
And woes ah Oailf piayea upw
T)i frni piano, !
That inttrtmient ah mad upon. , .
To easpa l planiinjo, ,
8utJuf,andlu- thlorl y
in sturdiett fertiieinio. (
Iorf channel of her lif - J .
Hrr lendeodaa were thunderous,
Err drama war o loud, tight
Of them rrom tlwp would aundar 8
And lin ber lover came, md ah
la Uiro of love would 1 him, eu,
Xh welkin would trer berate
With echolnp (ortmiroo.
She's marrll now and bai a brae , ,
Of very Bolt little ODe,
And fortunate It la for them
That they war not mad blitu ones,
For whan they do offend, at once.
With movements allerliituo.
She hammer on their netlwr part
la niuaeulw fcrtiatinio.
Tlier ere no real duel now
day," Mid on of our party. 44 A
cratch, three drop of blood, and
the antitgoniatfgo off to breakfast to
gether." "Bwidet," ald another "It ll al
way to arranged that no on shall
be killed. The second throw up the
word and prevent fatal thrust, or
if pistole are used, load them with
cork balls." , ,
The duel, at (t la practiced at pre
sent, ia a Joke." ,
"Say a caricature. '
Dr. Grabriel, who had listened until
then without taking part in the con
volution, which astonished nobody,
for he was not talkative raised his
Lend and murmured:
"Do you think eof "
Tor my part resumed the first
speaker, "1 have several times served
as a second to tell the truth, I have
been an accomplice to more than one
"The same way here," said the
other, "and really I don't complain,
for I confess I should have been great
ly embarrassed hod acorpse remained
on my hands. A body dosen't dis
appear; the authorities Invariably
Again the doctor said: V '' 1
"Do you think so?"
'Do you duny, Doctor, that His
impossible to withdraw a corpse from
attention of the police? They
Inow at one, if a, man disappears,
especially if he occupies a position In
ociety, There Is always some one to
give notice of his absence, 'Now, if
you refer to some vagabond, without
friends, family, or residence, the case
"I tell you," said the Doctor, this
time very emphatically, "that there
are exceedingly serious duels, that a
man may be Killed, and that, further,
though belonging to an excellent
family, having friends, even being hand
in glove with magistrates, he may
disippear forever without any one
knowing what has become of him."
"Hut the corpse is somewhere!"
The Doctor passed his hand across
He looked very calm and a trifle
pale, and did not scent to notice the
lightly Ironical smilo which had
settled on every face.
"Well." sola he. "how lona auo was
it! I don't remember exactly, but it
was a long, long while, sny twenty
five or thirty years. Where did it
take place? Among the savages of
Nyan.a, among the redskins of North
America? No; in France. Hut 1
shall keep from you the name of the
little tow" Hvnrrli the map of France
the littk- town is very near a medi
cal colluse. It is surrounded by im
portant villages, one of which bears
the name of a battle, a sadly celebra
ted Imt tie.
in the little town in question, two
. students of the same Age and brothers
through friendship were toiling ussid.
tiously, Impntient to win the title of
doctor, which, surround ed by the
halo of distance, seemed to them a
sure warrantee of rapid fortune.
"There was, besides, within them a
more honorable desire than that of
creating for themselves a lucrative
practice. They were laborious en
thusiasts, who Aspired to discoveries
and made intelligent researches that
they might conquer some of the dis
eases which overwhelm humanity.
Hut they were pot rivals nor jealous
of each other. On the contrary.they
mingled their intelligence, energy, and
hopes, and each was ready to shar
with the other the glory he counted
"They were, a you see, two chil
dren. "The last year of their studies was
drawing to ft tlomt; their examina
tions hml been brilliant, ami but a
aluiht ertort would enable them to
rch tli goal; that is to say, the
C0fqut of the diploma which would
twrmit them to work without tn niiiv
trance, in spit of routine professors.
who, for the moat part, are adversar
irrtwatto you they were friends,
"Mow hitptwited it that In a day
that (rlndliip was transformed into
ntr jiow, auto lite hijitt benr,
dut they txM'oiitv liuilcab! utum;a?
A protutind nteraltai liateail, 'iuok
for th nutitan!"
"Th'- time, at uauat, you would
Late found her.
"Who as slwr Was sh wort h th
(miou rivalry for hr wbh-o had mi
arstvd th-e tao) brothers? Sa niV
tr! A woman for iboa ha ltt
Kr, I al) th bit iuiportaut vf
"And Wtlt IokI lf to th Hii.t
"In fsit, tbr wr twad, lor only
'. inadMwMi Mul4Va-"
10 !, to Ww f a hnimnt
and dranil a hwut Katt m win. II
fHiwi singularly stisky, but
ii WS Bfiiwf It rviitvl,
"A tiiwua f airl t . Ot ila ef
IM-f tiMHi 4uq. ' a sH 4 14 it
MMntndi lty tvM'lulily ktl t
ItvUtt '" ! Al4t Br, ibaf
llnvi P Ut UtnfkitM)ii to-
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lolvMt f tWf TOWtfclH sUi trtll
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tKewt l lr h4 h M M-a
w a w wo t smow ta 4
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then like incurable lunacy; one of
them aupertluou upon this earth;tbey
bs4 resolved to fight each other to
the death. '.
"Don't imagine that the four stu
dents raised any objsction. For a very
long while, the romantic, driven from
Pans by scepticism, had found refuse
in -the povinee. The people there
still believed in the heroes of George
Band, the truculent of Uautier and
the Treice of Balzac: A duel to the
death. It was a rare windfall!
"Nevertheless, among these hair
brained fellows, one, more thoughtful
or more selfish than the rest, observ
ed that the seconds in such a grave
duel might get into serious trouble.
Just at that period it seemed that the
authorities were Inclined to deal se
verely with dueling, tne fit seizing up
on them intermittently, as you are
"Fearing such objections on the
part of the seconds, our two duelists
had provided for them; they would
fight In a spot calculated to bid defi
ance to all curiosity, and in which, be
sides, the corpse they did not doubt
there would be a corpse would dis
appear without arousing the atten
tion of the authorities.
"Tliis ia the way ia which the affair
took place: ,
"Toward 2 o'clock one ummer
morning the sii young men quitted
the little town without their depart
ure being noticed by anyone. The
seconds, wrapped in cloaks, concealed
something, and that something was
"They took out-of-the-way roads,
In which they were sure of meeting no
one. and thus reached the small vil
lage of Ulenc.
"They found themselves at the foot
of a wall of a cemetery. All the party
were agile, as well as young. The scal
ing of the wall, therefor, presented no
difficulty. They gained the Interior
01 the cemetery.
"The spectacle was, Indeed, roman
tic. Amid the first glimmers of day
the white tomb emerged from the
morning mist like spectres with arms
outstretched beneath their winding-
sheets; the wooden crosses made black
"They chose a spot where no burial
had certainly taken place for a very
long while-tiils was easily divided by j
the topography of the alleys already
traced. . And when they had fixed up
on the point, the fourseconds, produc
ing from under their cloaks the spade
they had kept concealed there, began
to dig a grave.
"Tliey had strong arms; they wer
sons of peasants and knew how to
handle their implements. After twen
ty minute' toil th grave was .dug-
two meters long ana one wide, i
"Is R all right?" demanded one of
the seconds, j
"The two adversaries, who, until
then, had been walking among the
tombs, taking great care not to meet
each other, approached and made. an
"You are still resolved to fight?"
"Yes!" . -
"Until on of you meet hi death?"
"There was no attempt at reconcili
ation. "Kik Ii of the two enemies handed
the second a letter, which was not to
be opened until after the death of one
of them. The second took charge of
"Tlietwo men them stripped to the
waist;hey did not want any blood
stained garment to remain. Then
each one was given a knife.
"They sprang into , the yawning
"How they threw themselves .upon
each other, how they closed, how mad
dened, blinded by rage, they struck,
nb one knew; in their fit of furious
madness they did not know them
selves. VHuddonly.one of thorn .said, in a
faint voice; ,
; "He is dertd!" '
"Ho was the other!
"The seconds, st upefied with hor
ror, but restrained by their pride at
that period people affected tmpassa
bility were scarcely able, so much
did they tremble, to help him out , of
"II was the victor, he was alive;
the other was lying in a heap amid a
pool of blood.
Hut it was imperative that he
should dixappear. One of tho stu
dents establiNlied that he was dead.
Then they filled up? the Brave trod
down the earth aud replaced the
sods which had been carefully remov
ed. "After this they returned to tho
"The following day the parents of
the dead man received a letter in
which he announced to them that,
having for a long time had desired to
see foreign lands, he had departed for
the nearest po.rt nnd embarked for a
destination be would ttiiko known
to them only after his arrival.
The promised communication
The man had disappeared, and it
was never known what had become of
The auditor of ths singular story
had grown pale.
nut tn outer? criea some
"The other, the living man. said
th lkK-tor, in a solemn voice was my
"And th woman?
"fhe was a wretch: I never saw
her afterward." San FratuUKT
Kittf wtchl the Table.
The dinner table stood spread on
the pUi on day In a certain sea
' Unit up and watch th table, Mi
flu, that U a tr-uxi httl girl 4
the maUi to the little dtttn'iter of th
hwuMo, a ah wrnt on inta Id houw
fur nuiitftltinj or other forth table
Uf.r siitmttumna' th(atttt!y tulhjaiki !tr a waUw-Uap4 hat with
, . , , vriy plain outhn. Ht plain
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kitty la witt Uib lh Ut ."
FOR A'D ABOUT VOMEX.
SUBJECTS THAT WILt BE FOUND
INTERESTING TO THE WOMEN.
Thin Dresses Women a Teacher
New Things for Women The
Hat You Want About Your
Summer Gown Valuable
alie summer days have come when
weighty gowns are a burden, and
modistes are hastily completing dress
es of thinnest fabrics grenadines, di
aphanous chiffons, and sheerest or
;nndy muslins. Elaborate gowns of
black grenadine are imported in pat
terns, with plain silk grenadine forthe
greater part of the gown, with piece
for sleeves and corselet, or entire cor
sage, and bands for trimming embroid
ered with fine steel and jet beads, and
thickly strewn with glittering spangles
of jet. For simpler gown spotted or
striped grenadines are used, and are
made up over black satin merveilleux
throughout, or else over changeabw
silk. Tills silk is taffeta of very light
weight, with excellent gloos, and costs
fl.23 a yard. It is especially pretty
in pale blue shot with gold, pink with
green, nnd in darker blue with rose
making a red mauve shade that is
much used by Worth, and Is exceed
ingly effective in conjunction wjth
black, iilack French lace I the trim
niiru for such gowns, with narrow jet
Leading, or else the corded lace is chos
en in vernticallidesigns, as this is heavy
enough to support a border of nail-
heads jet, amotiiysts or topaz sec
near its straight edge in three or four
A handsome sown of dotted grena
dine, over light blue and yellow taffeta,
has the grenadine of the bodice drawn
down, without darts or side forms, to
the waist tine. Wide corded lace,
edged witli jet cabochons, is then set
straight down the front in jacket
shape, ana turned hack to lorm a
coat along the edge of the bodice. A
band of j-t beotl the lace in the baric,
and passing under the lace of the front
forms a pointed belt on the grenadine
waist. The sleeves have grenadine
much fuller at the top than the silk
lining, and tiie lace is litted closely
ovor the silk below the elbow. The
silk foundation skirt has two pinked
. m a ef.. ft .si .
tiouncc at tne iooc, ana is veiiuu oy
a full grenadine skirt, edaed witli a
thick ruche of the grenadine, on the
left side the grenadineskirtis left open
to show the pretty silk beneath, and
baud of jet galoon are set down the
edge. With this gown is a round
hat of ecru straw in open pattern
wrought with gold, trimmed with
black gauze ribbon striped with gold,
and long-stemmed thistle of jet and
gold. The glove are light tan Suede,
and low shoes of brown ooze-calf are
worn with brown silk stockings.
Women as Teaohers.
t I only a question of time a to
whether or not women will monopo
lize the work of teaching in the public
schools. In forty cities having a
population each of 10,000 and above,
in rJtates East and West, North and
South, they outnumber the men in
th school by more than five to one
3770 to 055, according to a census
bulletin just issued. In smaller com
munities and in the rural districts the
proportion is still greater, perhaps,
because the men who want to teach
as a profession or to teach while pre
paring for a profession, as law or
medicine, crowd into the cities, be
cause there the salaries are the highest
and the facilities of study best. These
figure refer to whites only; but the
colored girls are coming to the front
also ami claiming a place, as in tho
six cities of Texas, with the popula
tion required, where the female teach
ers of color number thirty-tlveand the
male only twenty-five.
NewThlnas for Woman,
The newest color is golden yellow
shading into mauve.
The newest combination is old rose
and dim blue.
The newest bonnet is a small jet
coronet with a tiny bunch of flowers
in front and a larger one behind.
The newest hat is the flat picture
shape of black horsehair trimmed with
The newest parasol handle is in
black wood with pierced monogram in
The newest way to arrange a lace
flounce is to festoon it twice across
the front of the skirt, first half way
down and then near the edge, turning
over the top in a hem and running in
The newest millinery flower Is the
The neweit sleeve is wide nnd full at
the top. but not so high as formerly.
'Die newest shade in straw is beetle's
Th Hat You Want.
Th woman with a "pug" nose is
not wis at leastnot in matters of
dr-it shwara bonnet with a
sharply paked brim, accenting the up
ward tendency of her no; or if her
lorehead slope sharply back from the
brldtf of hr no h is most unwise
to select a hal in which th Irlinmiug
slope oblitptelv toward th bock, from
tWr lowering into th air, It her far
La pUin and hard featured, sh la not
wia to couth her hair smoothly back
. V "" . u
. h'l !
BttHt ui H skirt, Ihs short Ua
j l,k "'
: l.A.t l.lftto.M!. ktAlhtM-
' llu? wmhhtatwa lhn at be
Wh4 dwtiiiW f lbtia
atltith word "mW" flow
the at irtuj rtke. Tt 't I5
tan Ibstolt Vl.uMi nf U it Ui
Church it Is occasionally omitted I
have personally known several in
stances; or when retained, it is con
stantly explained by the parties con
cerned, or even by clergymen, as a
thing to be taken with a mental res
ervation. Two things have contrib
uted to this-the constant increase in
the number of women who earn in
comes of their own, and the vast pro
gress of the higher education. Either
of these experience very soon ex
pands the wings of a strong feminine
nature, and a return to the chrysalis
is thenceforth impossible. It is out of
the question to give woman equal
education and equal property rights,
and yet keep her in the prostrate at
titude she occupied when her earninzs
belonged to her husband, and when the
law denied her the safeguard called
"benefitof clergy"on the groundsthat
it was not supposable she could read
or write. Harper' Bazar.
Among the ordinances promulgated
at Bt. Helena in 1709, we find the following-
"Whereas, several idle, gossiping
women make it their business to go
from house to house, about the is
land, inventing and spreading faUu
and scandalous reports of the good
poople thereof, and thereby sow dis
cord and dehate among neighbor
And between men and their wives, to
the great grief and trouble of all good
and quiet people, and to the utter ex
tinguishing of all friendship, amity and
yood neighborhood for the punish
ment and suppression thereof,
to the intent that all strife
may be ended, charity revived
and friendship continued, we
do order that if any women, from
henceforth, shall be convicted of tale
telling, mischief-making, scolding, or
any other notorious vice, they shall
be punished by ducking or whippin
or such other punishment as their
crime or transgressions shall deserve,
or the Governor and Council shall
think fit," New York Ledger.
New York Olrls Play the Races.
Two pretty young ladies, wearing
gingham dresses and sailor hats, sat
in a .box at Morris Park recently.
They were bright and vicious and
had a host of friends, to whom they
chatted gaily when they called on
them. They took out their pocket
books and sent money down on a
horse for the first race. They had
lost and laughed a they tore up their
ticket. "I am so fond of reading."
said the younger of the two. She was
about 18. "I want to win some
money and buy some books." They
were novices, though, and lost
every race. At last they reached the
last race, and they were broke." An
elderly gentleman just then called in
their box. He might have been their
father. laughing they told him
their experience. The old gentleman
smiled took out a $3 bill and told them
to play l'earl Set. Pearl Set won,
and the girls divided $43 between
them. It was worth a trip to the
track to see them as Pearl Set led
past the post. Morning Advertis
er About Your Summer Gown.
You are going to make your cotton
gown. Now, before you do this, say
The Ladies' Home Journal, see if you
cannot have its decoration in it de
sign, and use as little trimming a
possible. The quantity of embroid
ers that was at one time considered in
good taste on these gowns, is no long
er in vogue. Whatever decoration
you may use, have upon the bodice.
A guimpe of Irish lace, ribbon collars
and cuffs, fanciful girdles, or waist
coats of silk or embroidery, of pique
or linen, are all in good taste; but an
elaborate skirt is undesirable. Your
cotton gown wants to express the
sweetness of simplicity, ana it also
ought to tell of its extreme comfort, a
something which is never hinted at in
an overtrimnied or too elaborately
made one. Too much decoration,
like too many words, is quite often an
evidence, not only of lack of sense, but
of lack of brain.
American Woman's Tact.
An English writer says that "there
is method in tho madness of the Eng
lish lord who imports the American
product to wed, not alone because of
her money and beauty, but because
a fair American can make her home all
things to all men, and she brings to
society something more durable than
beauty, more refreshing than a gold
mine tact. That is the key to the
social fairyland, without which we
can never hope to enter. We want it
with our friends, with our enemies, In
our ambitions, our amusements, in
our public gat herimrs, in our intimate
reations,in talk or in silence, we want
it badly. "-New York fun.
Valuable Household Hint.
Piece of licorice laid around where
ant run 1 recommended.
Take iron stains from marble with
lemon-juice or a mixture of spirits of
win and oialic acid.
Mcriiigut-a should be put on pud
dim after tm-y are saglitiy cool a,
If Iht pudding be hot, th $ wilt II
Old newapatter torn in small piece
and wet in water aoftewd by I tie av
lit ion of a httl ammonia, ar v'l
Isnt lo laiiiD rhiinnvv.
Pti-amt-1 tlumtdiiu with at wed
rhkkmr tot), ar an ao.uuU.on
cMkUth Hi moat until itrarly
dm, then mak th dnmpliii lik
l..kii),; Mdr toa' ttitt; pir all but a
lutU ti th ir (rum mm aiiotlwi
1 lot stavr, an I nit lh dtimji
Ut4 IU lh m the m4l ' ti er
t.t tt.it too. h the wtr, an I rook ua.
til alt U.itr lsli.l av.
To rmin mt-u an I brui'
from Inritiuire, ruS thu uwntly ith
a frh WA.'nui. biitti-tn'tt or ht. kot
n it katti. and i hy l ilt divu paar a
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TIMES ARE ill
You will think so ii
yon come in and
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Our stock is the largest and most varied
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J. A. EDCERTON,
Consisting of thirteen Poem Suitable for
Every Alliance should have a copy.
Price in leather 25c. Paper 30c.
461 Address this office.
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Largest Stock, Lowest Prloes.
Mammoth dewberry luadous to the oore, beat
berry for th prslrlea. Black Locust, Husslaa
Wulberry.Tullp trees, Bos Elder, Alh, Elm,
Walnut, Cottonwood, etc. Ketall at whole
aaia irlo. Save as per cent and writ (or
mjr price list. jldSre.. Quo.C. HASreso.
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Mention ihs ALLiAscswhen tou writ.
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The Boot and Shoe Man
BID. O. YATES.
$2.50 & $3.00 Shoes
Short Tops High enough to keep dirt out; light single sole,
easy on and they wear good. I have sold them for four years.
Long enough to find out whether they are good for anything or
not They are Good.
Hardware :-: Headquarters
Farmers' Alliance of Lancaster Co.
DUNHAM & CO.,
Th Only Exclusive Dealn In
Nails, Carpenter's Tools, Scales, Garden Tools, Lawn Mowers,
Screen Frames and Doors, also Screen "Wire.
112 O SRTBBT
Contractor' Etimates will Re
ceive Prompt Attention.
A. M. DAVIS, .
Leading Carpet Dealer
Get bis price before purchasing else
where. He will save you money. 48
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Shorthand, and Typewrlt'nit, b th bnt and larnat
Collvg In the Went. w Htutlenu In Attendant 1m4
fear. Student prepared fr ItURlntM tn f roni . u, f
month.. K.tprlina-1 faculty, f rrwnal Inatructlon,
Heautlful IHuMraKd ctuluvu, ollrvn Journal., and
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ULUBKIOOE BOUSE. Llnooin. Kab.
1528 O Street.
CAN SERVE 600 AT A SINGLE MEAL
Carter & Bailey.
125 ud 121 Rortk 16tb St.t Llocsla. Ktb.
Butter, egg, cheese, petatoea. poultry
hay, graiB and lire atock.
Farm Produce i Specialty.
U Refsrenos. First National Bank.
Telephone 470 303 S. 11th St.
A. L. GUILE
Embalming 4Stf . . . .Lincoln. Vah
Druggist & Pharmacist
it South totb St.
A full and complete Una of Drur. Patent
Medliiinr. Tnilet Article and
Choice Cigars a Specialty,
The traile of th(anuln (raternlly is
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Went te save from
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Oa every Dollar jou spend? If so, writ ta
our Illustrated catalogue, 00011010- ill ss
trstions and prloes of everything wsnufict
ured la toe Unite States, at manufactur
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represented. Catalog-ue mailed free on ap.
plication. Address, tf
CHICAGO OEBTEBAI. UPPLT CO.
ITS West Van Buna St. Chicago, 111.
W EST LINCOLN.
YELLOW RUSSIAN. -
HARD WATER COCOA.
MEDICATED 1AR. 44t(
They bare no equal. Patronize a
home factory, none better in tne world.
will be paid to the aient of any acaleeompuBT who
Win tay orer Dia own name aa ageni.iuai uw no aa
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is not eqnal to any made, and a a tandard reliable
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