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CONSOLIDATION OF TH2 HEDnASICHEnALD AND PTtc::: 7 - J ENTERPRISE.
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRKA, THUKSDAT,
NOVEMBER 9, 1882.
U. 1.NAL1SIH Y,
il h. Wl.ick Cn'n. lrng Store.
niii ui iranouauie price. Kly
W. IM TI CK.
n asr t is a? . ,
ilii Stru t over Sl-Lhiioii Na-
lt. II. MCtflK,
pf hijiI SL'ltOEON, oltk-e In Flt2-
uicu win open day or nlKlit.
ivlm iov. ai. r "
AN & hl'IlUKON.
S, from 10 a. in., to J p. m.
ii fur L'. M. I'l'iiHiou.
n.l, beautiful three et,y brick structure, on
lower Mi.l Mieot. Iiim Jut been flushed and
lilted up (r lil0 uccuniiiodallou ot
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A GrOOd Btll ln counrf!i with the
-7tf. FRF.nfrw.s: t....
- ----- .j j i m. i kih,
LAFE O'NEIL, Prop',-. .
Mutton Pork" Veal CHicte.&c,
C init:intly on hand.
Js of 4AaiK .in season, and ev-
rythiiiK kept in a
kS 1)1 12.4 T SIIOIM
fks OF AZL KINDS
kturge stotf of
)TS Cnd SHOES
TglosEd out at COST.
and in fact everything you can call tor In
tho line of
CASH PAID FOH HIDES AND FFRS.
All kinds of country oroduca taker n ex
rli.tngn for clou's.
ifTifSir'i " f ii
Opera House Glothiii? Store
Buys exclusively iu 'New. York- from naatiiifaeturV.' tlirVt.
OUR PATRONSTHE PEOPLE '
OUR STUDY THEIR INTERESTS. '
, OUR MAXIM FAlRjIJALlNGS.
-. OUR REWARD -SL ICES
Our uumense trade has warranted us ia se..j--.i -jarge room., hence
we nave iue - . ; -
For Men, Bos
BOOTS & SHOES,
TRUNKS, VALISES AND GENTS "FURNISHINGS,
In this section.
New Goods, !
Closest Prices !
Close Prices Make Close Business,
Active Business Close Prices.
By 'close mces,-is meant, prices as near to manufacturing cost as it U
missihle to maKc inoni. neure h ' -
1R1CES i9 with us fjjM of signiHeant meatiins. It
means that all our goods are marked foi bale at
, the meiest trilie above maiml'actur-
ing cost, as figure speakujl
Uudtt . tha
Auspice' of tU
conijuctko by vita. j. n. wise -
To whom nil eoniniuiilcutioun foir tUi dpart
Uiut Uould be uddi eased.
Drfnk.Jlajs an excluuige. weakens
thn avatem " Yes. but think how it
strengthens the breath.
Women have now the right to vote
in municipal elections in Scotland,
and their influence is already flt in
the movement for the introduction of
tetntiei-imife literature into tne com-
diw schools, j.
A list of
has been ii
St. Marie-auiv2iljnes in
the townrV drunkards
and saloon keeDerSSare forbiddwn to
sell iatoxicatloir liquorJVto any
named on the list. ? K
The Law and Order society of Phil
adelphia, which charges itself wltu
the duty of seeing that, the laws
against tho selling of liquor on Sunday
are enforced, has started the publica
tion of a little sheet calleU the Lw
and Order Advocate.
It will not surprise those- who are
familiar with the saintly charac
ter of the very Rev. Charles John El
licott, Bishop of Gloucester and Bris
tol, whose books of New Testament
exegesis are known and valued over
the whole civilized world, to learn
that he is one of the seven total
stainers among the prelates of
Church of England.
. At a conference of liquor dealers of
the North-west recently held in Rock
Island, 111., the speakers with rare
unanimityacknowledged that prohi
bition had made the outlook for the
liquor business in the North-west,
rather gloomy; and the best of it was
that when they cane to canvass the
out-look in the South and East they
had to admit that that was gloomy
TUE ASSASSINS CAPTURED,
"With great pleasure we have read
an article in "The Church Guardian
of Oct. 10th, entitled "Temperance in
its relat ons to the Church" by Rev.
Dean Millspaugh. of Omaha. The pa
per was read at the joiut convocation
of Episcopal ministers held in Lin
coln in October. It is timely and in-
struclive and will amply repay pi
I Here is tne inaicimeni which
uilXJmn writes upon the monr
From Sunday's 8ut Journal.
The arrival of the Atchison train at
the penitentiary shortly before noon
yesterday closed the third act of one
of the most terrible trrgedies ever en
acted in this section of the western
country, With the details of the first
act of this ragedy our readers are fa
miliar. Four "reckless cowboys, in
possession of a drovo of ponies 6tjln
in northern Kansas, were traced to
Kearney county, Nebraska, where
Sheriff Woods, of Hitchcock
county, attempted to ar reft two of
them while eatiDg supper at the hotel
in rtinden. The order to hold up their
bimds was almost instantly followed
ly a shot from the revolver of Die
helmont, the leader of the gang, which
eached a fatal spot (n the body of the
cne j orave sneriir. i ue cowooys jumpeu
totteir feet, killed another man sit-
ling at mesuppcr wiriiuw'BiHf:! u-
ing a cowardlf-tAht into the UOOy or j
the dying sheriff, rushed out, shooting
recklessly at everyone in sight. A
third man was thus killed and a fourth
wouuded. After some difficulty tuev
secured a couple of ponies and nea
southward. Two of the confederates
had left for Hastings before the shoot
ing occurred and were there arrested.
The murderers passed rapidly south
and west through Phelps and Furnas
counties and into Kansas. A posse of
men. under the Adjutant General of
the state, was soon in pursuit, but the
outlaws, by stealing fresh horses and
making their way through a country
in which they werer-persocally familiar
succeeded in distancing their pursuers
It then seemed that the law was
no . er leas to vindicate itself. Itseem-
ed that the
had reached a section of the country
where they could defy puisuifand
capture. An outraged people saw
thomseivpa nowerless to inflict -the
veneeance which the crime deserved
But justice was not thus to be baflled.
Nemesis chose her own instruments.
and following her victims with tire
less hate, inflicted the just penalty of
broken law. Individual interests ac
complished what the organized powers
nt two state had found Uiemsehes
unable to perform.
Passins the northeast corner of Tre
io county the fugitives stole two fresh
horses from the ranch of Mr. Charles
cv..... w ktiv. This act was
m. yuioi "
oubtlesa necessary, but it sealed their
use, can be restored to Us origii-
dition by adding the water wui
artificially removed from the l
is said that neither salt nor ai
extineous matter is employed
ducir.g desiccation, the egg
merely reduced to a consolidate,
of yelk and albumen by the rem
the water. An excellent featu
this process is that an egg that i
all tainted, be it ever bj slightly,
not be crystallized at all. - The prep
ration of eggs in this way is still ver
limited; the chief companies engageu'
In the business are In Chicago and St.
Louis. . ' -1
- Passing Comrueiiti.
Eleven sophomores have been sent,
home from Lafayette college for bazV
Ing freshmen. This is pretty rough
on their parents Boston Post. '
. ... '
The Czar has become so courageous
unit a a 1 f n fi nf A iii-IniV' 4 ft a Tiaa'
months that ow toe to a tailor
injrtoUshment . instead of a boiler
shop when he wants to get measured
for a new suit of clothes. Norristown
In all the boarding houses where
there U not much else for dinner, it
should not be considered impolUe to
send twice for soup. A boy grows
fat on enough of what' he wants, but
style Win starve a cat. N.Orleans. Pic
Nine out of ten of brahds of stomach
bitters sold in Maine hava been found
to contain whiskey. Those who haTfl
used them would nevsr have suspect
ed such a thing if the chemist's had'nt
been mean enough to give it away.
Next summer Jay Gould will make
a bridal trip around the world. . He
will stop off at Laramie and pick up a
hot spike at the rolling mill, and then
he will put it down and ask . General
Nock if the hen that laid those spikes
wasn't a little 'feverish. Laramie
Some one has discovered that smok
iog cigarettes has a most injurious ef
fect on the moustache. Young 'ladies
who are addicted to the habit may be
come alarmed' and discontinue - the
practice when informed of this fact,
but we doubt it. Norristown Her
When the small hoy in the vneav
West asks his father if he may go t
see "Jumbo," the father replies, mx-
iojr "Jia9orrnmv see thebiggest
1 tie way is long , I am but
wnom may i mui io jsmiJ
Hlnt'M fHitliful nrrnxfr' A
uo tnou aim claim iinwtt.
Theu tho wit 8 inul ,
She cuilnd ber cMldrrn 1
Upon tu elder's head, klsmii
Theh, writlnir on htr manll
I must do as you do?- 1 om
IS a rrr iroud i and
iiicm ars souieimies iwusiral
, Oni oxer, one under tUs hi
Yon sr treadlnt tn sate an,
Tli at tne prudant choose t
Aim ytu tniuk oie reck ins i
llsoauI ureter to cUnib.
Yonr Dlith is th rlirht nut.
- We are not like peas Ui a ixl
uoinpetied 10 lie ia a certain 1
or else be tcKUered auroalj
Tweie a dull old world iiM-ibif
11 VC all wftlit luHt niM wv
Del our Baths will meet no 0
Tliougu they lead aii. vi
I like dsuger vl storm sj t
i ou liku a reac-f ul tlm.. - 1
I like tne inuisioik and sur I
You like Us gentle rhyit,
You like tiutWrnlHi. dewv u
Ahd croRiiss. (nued In u,
I like the roes hoi k ut the he:
And the red carnation's ft?
t must live mr life, not you
For so it was wrlitieu snw,,"
we iniiHt ioiiow oiiii own i"vt'ti pat
Di 1 wu n 1
oinl owb ir'vt'ti pat
sbulU iiisct ln ;
The Enroptata Klllurj'
Tne expenditures of the x
)A.uitrIa and Hungary for"tl
18S2 aie.omcially estimiti-edk
000Qotin3. Of this amount) j
are foj military' purpoae-'y
five sixth'of the national f
pended en the army an(V'
fe.ns(i8. The army and v
of the United StaU f