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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1883)
e comuiaudry iu
e display. There
on prcseilt and the
iresslve. Kev liur
uent address dwel-
ipon the iuAucnccs
u every clime sod
ts defenders who
ons wielded the
u 1 who today are
teeuth century- as
y did during- the
ersecutiou. At the
e Sir Knights re-
B. eoii, , w ho rc-
laiti)crihii ill the
now then tun
al'i's lliek in ex-I'i'iii'-ik'li'd
l In; :.
il nil ri.t iu " i the
' frjHi room ih
ie i rotJIil tin?
niiil u . t-xtcu-
IV 111- -fll." The
oliiiuo !i..iis well
IIS til! qUal'trr us
.young girl tle-
'lirst kiss as being
swimming in hou-
1 1 imLr-iiml borne.
ral little Cupids.
hadel by lioin-v
hole f.i;tad with
u woou'ei- all I: i
sd towards Nebriis
a lour dollar dog
been down to see
tr this -i ; y and just
lit: vcr juLilam
s-vapping. A vl).
riijlit oil', wo wili
to, , the world that
Tatter the same
. 1 11? at iuc lllOliTt T
a Fire 1
lire Friday, a'toul
k, caused a grand
wet end of Main
there it was aseei-
blaze had started
' restaurant 'and
fire was between
pst story and floor
where a stove-pipe
Steve- Davis first
I had no
hope oE. his
Will Wise, P. STWise and J
brought him into the house."
' Mrs. Wright testified that she had
known Mr. Buell for eighteen or nine
teen years; that ha has not been right'
iahis inind since he has been here.
and that he was worse yesterday. She
first discovered him about the ' tfme
the train came in, between seven and
eight o'clock. Didu' know that he
ever threatened to take his own life.
lie was 44 or 45 years of age,
'Dr. Livingston examined the de
ceased, and says that death was caused
by a 8tuali pistol ball entering the
brain about one rueii- below the oecipi
tal. ranging Torwaid and upward, and
that tii wound could have been pro
duced by Ui ca.sed's own hand. . lie
found 1:1. ii i; tin) w.U.'r closet lyinou
bis i..o aim tiiv r-i.-iol mg at his
feel. In i'o:if (;'! " ki:h Chaplain
Wrijjil he 4:.ili-ii on Dr. Liv
ingston I. is l - .Sunday, and has
c.iilrd luiiv Mnce. Deceased
Wi.s troubled '.iali t.il.urli and he LolJ
Cti.i l uil ijilit I vv.u;il g.j 'i.s.tni
and tlnraci ii. i to l.tne lis o.vu lite.
Ii asked Di . lii vingsLou if anything
else ailed hiiu, and the.doctor told him
"No," whereupon lie replied that if he
couldn't get well he would rather be
Dr. Hall eoiioboialfd the testimony
of Dr. I.ivUigstun in "regard to. the
wound. . " -
The testimony of Will Wise. 1.- L.
Vle and J. -V. Wise as to finding the
body is i.i auu.i.a:ice tlie same s thai
given by Chapiuio Wuhi.
xXhe following leun wits found iu
MivlJ.uelt's pass book:
March. 3 18$::.
The asUuiti or the grave the latter
will tie bet for my lamily. May God
ioigivc .Ned, be good and remember
the instructions iu n book I sent you
while ai jL&a inuce. - -Little ignorant
boys acquire habits sometimes tjiat
uiaRe their lives nliserable.
Maud, 1 have been iu good health
most of our married life, for which 1
thank God, and hope you may be Uap-
py. ' . -
, It is better, in my judgment to die
than be a dependent on our friends,
J specially when they are not able to
are for us:
lt does not seem right to live to
c:use the suffering of others.
iod forgive me, I know my mind is
t, hope my dear family that you will
remember some kind things of me, for
1 haVe worked hard a good many years
and Tried to be an honorable man.
limit's Uieui uj?iirTTTT73!!!7!Su!T?S?"
rncuce by putting on flannel shirts, and
theu gets on nu old pair of pants that he
can tuck into a pair of rubber boots that
come up to his hips. Then he puts ou a
coat that has seen service and h got
grease enough on it to make soap, and
blood enough for a dozen Virginia duels,
and a coat of a drab or gray color. On
his head he puts the worst looking old
bat or cap he can find. His main idea
is to look, if on land, as much like an old
stump as possible, and if he is in a boat
he dresses to resemble a muskrat house.
We have seen men from the city dretsed
so that they could go to a uiiisijuerade
ball disguised as a mukkr.-it house aiul
deceive the olde3t iuhabitaut. They dref
iu this manner to deceive the ducks umi
make them think it is safe to be around.
If the ladies who admire some of otr
sporting citizens could nee them out on
ihe .mr.rslus, or iu the Uke?, we feur the
romance would le ikcn away. They
would see wlnit tin y would Like for a lot
of truuips or rat trappers. The only
thing they would -ee that would be nat
ural would be the tv iitil the smile.
Tiiey might be f-!i. ked at the sight of
the "beste-t," the .a-lie miul t. if .I'.ej
come onto hilil ftc ii-i'.!y ti -.r-li,
bUt if tlW !;ir!s r.i I : il .; l- H l.l l.'lnll H
I'liiicii of gi a- aad - nim v.iU-i a !l k
of ducks ap-lO:iciiiiig, and when the
game had got about t tie light distance,
see the ''muskrat house'Vaise up aud rlrop
a daili right aud left iuto the water, and
see the look of plea ure, see the eyes
sparkle as they had not sparkled since
the last meeting, the girli- would forget
.the traiupish uppi-aram.-r of the lover aud
clap their lirl le ha ids mid S'iy, "'Well,
he's the Ikss, and ;n ; you forget it."
And then to se- the tired hunter j
row up to the cl it louse at uiht,
tired -nd hunjiry, u.it et out t -tiii-
bt at crampi il. h ii u i f'ri'in (Jem si.-,
to Kevel.itious. ei t-ially ab-ut I i:l
way between, ami s.-f him jump around
to get his legs tiut.ii.'le.i, suid thou go
Co the table aud ar.ihz the g. nut
supper, or the fesiive painfull of baked
beaus, is a sight wortli? witnet-s'.ng
'After the supper comes the pipe, and
then all the boys go to the gun loom
to clean the guns, tell, their experience
of the day, how theyi
shots they had, andJ
didn't expect to, an!
tu early ued time. .
city, would-not w;j
rain without an u
in a rain stos
half a day, u
Ige lies uq
io, in the
dal bikI mental pov
n.ili'.iiatluu of tli
i comminution aud dvatlii
taking poieouoUB and lnjuiloun cniiipouudit. should apply luimediatell
un. rionoi-Ai i,
graduated nt one of the most eminent colleger In the United Ktaten. I
rn.i .i..ni.h,t.. iM.m thai wvre rver known. Jtlanv troubled wltn
iiu!ii ivhn i,li.rn tMMt nnvousneu. beiuic alaruifd at cerlaiu ouuil.
iiii,i,l.l ouift linen villi demcuement of lUe mind, were cured linmeil
TAKE PARTICUAR NOT
r v .H,ino oil thn who hava Inlnred themselves by improperl
habits 'which ruin both mlud and bodv, unfitting them for business, stueV
ti.... ... aiiim ml iiielniH'liolv effects urodtced by the early 1
u'.oi., ,.f iha I, a, it itnri limlis. Daius 111 the bead and dimness of sislit, !
era. palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous irritability, del augeuieut
debility, consumption, etc.
PRIVATE OFFICE. OVER OMAHA NAT'
CONSULTATlur rictt. i narges moaeraie ana wiiuiii mo rcan n. an i
Medical treatment. Thone who reside at a distance and cannot call will reel
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Address Lock Box 3d. Uinalia, Neb.
Send postal for copy of the Medical Advance.
The Finest Pressed
117 THE STATE,
Orders received for any quan
and filled in a satisfactory many'
Those contemniatiiiir to li
should examine our work,
quality of our bricks and prices
Yard, in rear of Koniier Stab!
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' 1 wish .1 had always been a christian
j..iiu,-iui i-Zmav be. and
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