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(Ml'OKTBBB, WHOLEBALK AND ItKTAIL DKALEH8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
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Cor. Fort and Merchant Stroets.
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SfKBS aBia Hlt&
lUDN'r LIKE J.OHO BPJhSCHEa.
EiouiH of Wio I'culluritibn ot Crlnco
Bismar It imvnr aspired to th
fame f h hrU'iiii rh'dorichn, bul
even ffiitu iri-'c!)li sharply rim
(Ihiiiih'iI piirutiiiiMilnrv volubility.
"It in not injf business to hold
speechee,' ho Mltl iu tl trn.ni.'n
chamber of deputies, nu Fell 1), 1800,
a statement illicit l.e funliT ex
plained vhu a niuriiiur nn.s lizard
from tLo loft:
"Vou kuow, 1 nm no spoakcr
privileg" which f gladly ooucetlo to
tho speaknr of tho liou", I'rofHcuor
vou GniM. I Iiavo not the favitlt v
of working on your fw)iti( by woril
play, which often tHinl.i to ob.'curp
facta. I nm to render my RReches
siuijiln nud i-li-ar"
A rccond advernn erittViui of ora
torical toomfoolnry wm heard from
him at the time of the Mooof I'ario:
"Tho gift of orator; linn wrought
much evil in tho parliutnuutary
world. Too much timo ii waited m
caunn all who bflibvt they ktion
rompihinK fHl prompted to have
their t ay. o von 'when their remark
' contaiy nothing new. Much in said
for effect, to gain tho applause ot
tho public iu order to show how
amart we an. The timo will como
when thege long, tedious disputes
will he looked upon as a mmpln
Ten years later, ou April 29, 1831,
no laduresaeu a iimilar appal to tuo
roichntag, but preaciied ho long that
he bocauio the subject of much
witty ridicule on the put of the
Ilismarek'a mi relet) ting combative.
ne and bitter PHrca-un oteated
many enemies for him, but, on tho
other hand, none understood bettor
how to gain nnd k-ep stanch friends.
He attained popularity and iusured
the iiitimatn friuuJship of ninny
stnteMiieu of iiillueuen it the famous
informal parliamentary receptions
on Saturday nights, at the daily din
ners and a tho still moroexclUMVo
gathering toward midnight which
ho kept up almost uuiuturruptedly
from 1SC2 to 18'JO.
lieguu in true German fashion m
informal couviviulities with ''.May
wine" and hoer, they wore gradually
and perhaps intoutionallv trans
formed into a species of pmliameut.
It might be likened to a legislative
kitchen iu which all bills were first
well prepared, conked and baked
until iu the reichstag the parlia-.
mentary dishes wero spread thor
oughly tlnuo and garnished. Here
it was that tho chancellor proved
himself tho efficient chef, where hn
could tet tho statutory concoctions
twfore they were served to the pub
lic. Njue but chronic malcontents
had to bo confronted in the reich
stag. To them Bismarck's vocabu
lary never included the word "'fear."
lie was matter of the situation. '
At there parliamentary dinners
Bismarck was an exemplary host,
lniinediatvly after the war of lSGCat ,
ono of these repasts there were
gathered General vou Moltke, tho
Bavarian General Itoou, a number
of prominent military men, Herr
von jjonuiifoon, .tier von Torckun
beck and several partiamontnry cele
brities. It was aud is Bismarck's
custom to pass the cigars around to
bis guests with Lis own hand. Hold
ing the open cigar box before Gen
eral von Volke over against him, ho
"Do you know, dear genera), when
last you took a cigar from my
"I cannot remember," answered
"I shall never forget that mo
ment," Bismarck replied. "It was
at the battle of Kouiggrastz, duriug
an hour of intonoe suspense for me
at least." Von Moltke looked up in
surprise as if faintly trying to recall
"The battle was at a standstill,"
contiuued Bismarck. "We seemed
to bo hemmed iu, unable to retreat
or advance. One adjutant after an
other was dispatched whose return
was awaited iu vain. We could
obtain no uowb of the approach of
tho crown prince."
Von Moltke looked knowingly as
one recalls a time aud place.
"I was ill at ease," explained the
host. "My eyes sought your excel
lency. I Dually espied you at a dis
tance on horseback. To my astonish
moot, when I drew near I found
you looking over the fi-Id with n
perfectly composed mien, carefully
smoking the little stub of a cigar.
"'Well.' said I cousolingly to my
self, 'if Moltke can look on bo placid
ly it canuot bo half as bad with us
as it appears.' 1 rode up to you and
presented my cigar case. It held
but two ciuars, a uood one and a
poor oue. You carefully selected I
tho good ono aud left the poor ono
lor me. I coulu not have smoked
tho btt cigar iu the world just
theu, though I was huppily reas
sured. Gentlemen, Inter iu the
eveuiui: 1 Hooked that poor cigar,
bid no Mnoko ever tasted us good to
id u a this one after the btttle."
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there arc many well thrown Fruit and Or ,
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If yon waiitn houi4 In a gool, unlet, n-v ,
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