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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1888)
. i.rtceUjr '.e,
i.i ihe meet. i
. golden itreet.
ui id arthly pates,
tifr Jrmi reij;".
will be thy p-ace ad Joy ;
ore, with my boy.
cam6rruth Shall Prevail."
in if fHy.
k-bt anian was rending from anews
arUi'our office this morning:. "He fell
.rough th ice and na body was not re
covered for three day afterwards."
"That reminds me," said the old warrior,
Or Wlien 1 IJClODgL'U IU juo uaunuion
Rifle. Tho regiment was out route
marching and we wcr crossing me ivivcr
Hudson when one of our party, named
Jack Itawline, fell through a hole in the
ice that had been cut for fishing. We
all thought he was a goner, but the
stream wa so rapid that it carried him
about half a mile down the th river and
he bobbed up serenely again through a
a man-hole.- I hurried to his assistance,
but just as I arrived at the spot the
dgea of the ice, to which he was cling
ing, struck together at the moment, when
through weakness he was again disap
pearing. As the jagged edges met they
cut hi head clean off his body. The
head and neck left a bloody trail on the
ice as it sped awil'tiy along and me after
it. About two hundred yard further
down, the body that had been carried
by the stream at the same rate of pro
gression as the head, appeared again,
and ship on top of the shoulders clipped
the head and neck, and it being intensely
cold it immediately froze in its original
I seized the- Ivdy before it could again
disappear and hauled it out of the river.
In about a half an hour I reached the
barracks with my burden and placed it
before a roaring fire: Jack soon thawed
out and showed signs of reviving when,
before I could s.top him. he caught hold
of his nose, in the usual vulgar manner,
with hi forefinger and thumb, and as he
blew it, his head enme off and he threw
it in the fire-grate. I tried to fix the
bead in place again, after poking it out
of the coals, but the connecting ligaturrs
vere so burned that the task was impos
sible. Young man always uec a handker
chief when you blow your nosft"
We have a' new blacksmith.
More aiton, we have to leave on the
The're is talk of another lumber yard
Building has commenced in earnest.
All carpenters here are engaged for the
Bom, to Mr. and Mr. William Dalla
on Sunday, 18ih, a drughter, weight 10
Dr. Hobb i9 kept busy day and night
attending to his patients; they are very
numerous at present.
Schools are closing in this vicinity.
Our town school" will oon close a suc
cessful term undcf A. J. Graves' manage
ment. Died, the 17th, insr., the 17 months
old daughter of Mr., and Mrs. P. Mar
shall; buried in the Elmwood cemetery
A. L. Marshall, the popular druggitt
of Avoca wa attending the funeral oi
hi brother's child Sunday, rturuin:
We can look to the future without f ar
and without manly-heart, as Eluiwomi
has a republican club. Let my broth-
Duna take notice.
W. IT. Puddy, of Akron, Col., a fo
mer resident of this place is visiting hi?
mother for a short time before going to
Wyoming to wield the "baton" as "co
There is a move on foot to scrure
jurist mill and. brick yards for our town
This would be a good location for both
a wc have to go from tec to fifteen
miles at present.
We have two flourishinaaWlges. a K
of P., and A! O U. W. The I. O. O. F.
'have a- waeetiiiff- Saturday evening to or
, ganizo. We havc n Irjjc and ' commorl
jous'hall over C D. Clapp & Co store.
The Plattsmouth "Clippers "
The third ward lmg? bull club met at
Richey's lunlr office and changed th
name of the organization to the "Clipper?
Base Ball Club." On motioa.'Ed. Dutton
was elected chairman and Fred Morgan.
Sec A mtin to adjourn until tonight
was carried., "Clippers" is a very appro
priate name and we ftl cart tin thePIatts
moutli boy a will crip tha wings of any
other club .in the county th? coming sen
son. They have brains, muscle, activity
nnd moucy- that say they can do it. Kow
outside towns send in your challenges to
the Herald and . the boys will answer.
It was IsabsUa of Bivarli, a w-:nn
remarkable for her complexion, who in
troduced the fashion of having the
shoulders and part of the neck uncovered
as a feature of evcn'ng drvw.. The fash
ion, no doubt, date - back to Eve, but
" what is' now known d cul! te drrsa is
Vi:ed to Isabella
And enter wiwi .
Ifo whom thy UoJ .
Den of J
The signal deteri
has for some tune Ix j
called good society is
inoro glaring and n ti
cate and subtle de but i
tleman used to pay to ev e. i
she was a woman and for
whatever, is already id" ,
promises shortly to become obsolete. No
woi'ian now thinks of expecting from any
man the polite homage which once on a time
was the privilege of one sex and the honor of
the other. Men come into a room full of
ladies with as much indifference and sans
f aeon as though they were entering; the morn
ing room of their club, and quit it with pre
cisely the same want of ceremony and self
constraint. While in the society of women
they loll, lean, and almost lie at their ease, as
though they were in the bosom of their own
family indeed, with a free and easy grace
Jeesness that a generation ago no gentleman
would have permitted himself among his
most intimate relatives. In the first ap
proaches of members of one sex to members
of tho other, there is no longer any suavity,
any hesitation tny well bred reserve; men
and women who scarcely know each other
act as though thoy were hail-fellow-well-met,
had been in the playground together, and
been acquainted all their lives.
Tho demeanor of women, nowadays, to
men is on a par with the male behavior we
have described. Far from resentinfcjthe un
ceremoniousness with which they arotreated
by men who are in reality utter strangers to
them, they goto meet it half way, and per
mit themselves to be on a foot of familiarity
cs far as manner is concerned with the
tirst comer, provided he see. js to be one of
their "own set," that could not bo greater if
their acquaintance had existed for years.
Tho same ,ldon't-care-a-hang" conduct is per
ceptible in the conduct of visitors and guests
to their host and hostess.
The notion that people aro to bo specially
honored in their own houso3 has gone quite
out of fashion No one nowadays is so an
tiquated in bJ ideas as to suppose that hos
pitality is t4o regarded as a favor conferred
on the person to whom it in extended. On
the contrary, it is the guest who confers an
obligation by paying a call, accepting an in
vitation to dinner, or paying a country visit,
and who has a perfect right to indulge in
frank and free censure to his neighbors in
case ho does not find everything to his liking
'in tho establishment ho condescends to li-L-tinguish
by his preseneo. In a word, gucVw
novada3's treat hosts and hostesses as men
treat women that is to say, as persons whom
it i3 very good and amiable of them to no
tice at all. And where people really know
each other intimately, tho behavior of men
to women, and vice versa, is such as would
havo appalled the leafc ceremonious of our
fathers. "Women call men by their surname,
without tho prefix of Mr., or even by their
Christian names, abbreviated to suit the cur
rent taste for slansf. And it is not shop girl3
or grocers' young " meD whdq this, but Ja
dies and gentlemen in good!ety. JLondoD
Sir. AT. W. Corcoran' TlusinesS Methods.
Mr Hyde, the white haired, gray whis
kered, rosy faced, blue eyed gentleman who
has for forty years acfed as the late Mr. XY.
W. Corcoran's private secretary, tf lis me that
Mr. Corcoran's last business act was tu
signing of a real estate transfer. lie says
his mind was perfectly clear up to within a
few days of his death, and that his business
faculties were never more acute. "He had,"
said he, "a wonderful mind and very quick
perceptive faculties. He decided iiistiittly
on any matter which came before him, and
though he sometimes mado mistakes ho sel
dom doubted his judgment at the time. He
had not good business habits as regarded the
care of bis own books. He kept the books of
others all rights but not his own."
I here looked at 6omo ct Mr. Hyde'smeth
ods, and they were interesting as showing
how a fortune of millions has been managed.
Not a scrap of business paper is allowed to
go to waste, and all of Mr. Corcoran's checks
and fpoeipfg for years back have been num
bered. Hw pri-yaj s-jpretary gave a receipt
while I was present, and I n.te.4 that )ts
number was in the twenty-seven thousands.
I was shown check books that ran up in
their numbers to over 25,000, and Mr. Corco
ran, after he had used up one check book,
did not begin a nesjQi rubor with the new
toctA, hilt went on until the numbers have
now reached ho teA of thousands. These
receipts and checks ate fi&cctyUj labeled in
packages of 100 and laid awa'y in u.i
manner that they can be referred to in an
jlnstanL It is the same with the other books;
ail arAhprcughJy systematized. Mr. Corco
ran not long ago vk na into his office here
and said: "I want very much to kno wfaiift
I ordered some wine of in France about five
years ago." His private secretary, with this
Jnrlefioite request, at once turned to his book
labeled .Wine;n ran down a few pages and
camo to the date and found tha purchase. It
was the same with other matters, and Mr.
Corcoran had in this way a perfect business
diary kept for him. Frank G. Carpenter in
New York World.
OfOffih Pf Speech In a Child.
The babe's first erios are purely instinctive
and therefore purely animal. Its consonants
are ra and b, labia?s and liquids, used with
the open vowels. It does not use the genial
tubercle, nor for many weeks the frontal
brain. Its second list of sounds moves further
back and are g, goo, gutturals of the simplest
ort, We have to bear in mind that the babe
organically jfwllows historic evolution and is
an epitome of past; progress. So also in his
speech he moves on and over the pathway of
the past and reviews it alL
An intelligent child expresses approbation
and disapprobation by the same sounds that
are used -by adult monkeys. The savage
hardly uses cerebrated sounds at alL The
refinement of language has sjer consisted in
eliminating the animal inheritance. TU.J
pbijd's use of gestures is also inherited. Ho
does not psec to learn to use his hands; only
to 6ecure muscular sUength to direct them.
Jli rlay is at first purely animal fi-olic, f Or
lolling jn shouta and shrieks that later ho
tlocs not find necessary to his enjoyment.
His laughing and crying can pnly be under
stood as language, as they surely are also In
adults, -.-Open Court.
Shipped to Africa.
A Middletown Springs (Vt.) firm recently
shipped to Africa a rice threshing machine,
to be run by va instead of Lorso power.
. -..- ri the
college closed tho 20th inst All the
houses fit for residence seem to be occu
pied at present . . . .The Bellevue Sun, a
new planet, it is prophesied will begin
to dhine the 5th prox. Wm. II. Toy,
who is not a novice in the business, will
manage the rising and setting. . . .Editor
Bradford of the Sarpy County Democrat
says that Portal, where he has been,
wants the world. Erfo he has removed
his chattels to Gretna in the western pnrt
of the county in the hope that they do
not want everything. . . .Principal tfabb,
Springfield, has resigned and is studying
stenography at Omaha. Hence the
schools there are taught by the two lady
teachers, Misses Wilkins and Hayes.
Eggs, Eggs, Eggs!
Lots of eggs and no nick, drooping
chickens where Will J. Warrick's Ini
proved Poultry Powder is used. Just the
thing to make hens lay and keep them in
good health. Try one pound, it will
only cost you 20 cents, and if you arc
not satisfied he will refund the money.
Also Ground Bone and Oyster Shell, 41ns.
for 25c at Will J. Wakkick's.
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER
ALL WANTING KMPLOY3IRXT.
We want live, energetic, agents la every
4'ounty in the United State and Canada to sell
a patent article of treat ineiit, its sieuits.
An aitie e h:iving h largef.sale pa) lug over 100
per cent, ptoflt, lutving no coinnet'i ion, and on
which the agent is protected in 1 lie exe'ueive
sale by a deed given for eaeli and every coun
ty lie luay secure from u. Willi all tin se jid-v;iiitaK--'
ti our ae..ts. and th fact that it i
an article tha' can he su!l i ercry ln:ipehol .
nw. e , ii inilit iiot he nec'f.U!"y t make. "An
Kxliaordiiiary Oiler" to secure j;ood agents at
once, but we rave col eluded to make it. to
sliuw, ui tony w confidence in t lie merits ot
;ur iuveu ion. ! :l in Its nalubi ity by any aire t
that will bandit; it i' h energy, i-ur agents
now at work 1 1 e making lroiH $150 to cJMia
moi. tn clehr and this fact makes it w. fe lor us
to make our offer to all v lio are out of emnloy
liiciit. Any a Ken i tli:.t will give cur bu mesf
atliiityd ys' trial ai:d fail to clear at least
jioiin iU titnc, mi hove ail exjicnfcs, can re
run, all goods unsold to us a-d we will refund
the money a d lor tliclu. No mch employer
of rgciit - ever dared to make such offers, uoi
would we if we did not kuow that wi have
agents now making more . "in double tlii?
amount. Our l.uge descri ..ive circulars ex
plain our oiler fully, au-i tliete we wish to H'n
to everyone our ot employment who will tend
us three one cent stamps for po-.tace. Semi at
once and nccuie the agency in li jie for the
boom, and go to work ti the t- nns named in
our extraordinary olj'r. Adi'resi at once,
NAiinNnii Nov f.i tv t'o..
fIS 3m-d&w 5H Sinithficld t-t , I'ittsburt;, Ta.
Hew Men Die.
II we know nil the, methods of approach
adopted by an enemy we are the better
enabled to ward off the danger and post
pone the moment when surrender becomes
inevitable, fn many instances t lie inher
ent strength of the body suftices to enable
it to oppose the ttndenpy toward death.
Many however have lost these forces to
suh an extent tli.it there is little or no
help. In other cases a little aid to the
weakened lungs sviU route al tie differ
ence between sudden death anil many
years of useful life. Upon the first symp
toms of a cough, cold or any trouble of
the throat or lungs, give that old and
well known remedy Boschee's German
Syrup, a careful trial. It will prove
what thousands Sy ot j to be. the "bene
factor of any home."
Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is the only medicine that acts directly
on the Lungs, Blood and Bowels, it re
lieves a .ougJi instantly and in time
effects a permanent cure.' Sold by O. P.
Smith & Co,, druggists, jSS.Srno.d-w.
An observant metropolitan barber says
that he can tell one's physical condition
by the state of the hair!
Begg's Blpoq Kuriner euij OloorJ
Xo remedy in" the" world has gained
the popularity that this medicine has, as
b hold on family BiedH-jne, Kg one
should be without it. It has no calomel
i quinine in its composition, consequent-
no bad effects can arise from it. We
keep a full supply at all times. O. P.
Smith Co. Druggist. j25-:Jmod&w
City property of all kinds in exchange
for lands improved or unimproved. Apply
to Windham nnd Davies. w-6t.
Di. Schliemann has gone to Alexand
ria with Prffffsjpr Yirchew, and will
speud several months in tegypt making
Bagg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is warmnted for all that the label rails
for, so if it does not relieve your cough
you can call at our store and the money
wilt be refunded tp yoa. Jt r.tts simul
taneously on all parts of the system,
thereby leaving no bad results. O. P.
Smith & Co., Druggists. j03-3md&w
We will pay the above reward fcr any
case of tirer ppmpjaipt, djpuepsia, sick
headache, indigestion, constfpatiou or
costiveness we cannot cure with
West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the
directions are siiirtiy cois;j;icd with.
They arc purely vcgetaLle. and never
fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes
containing ?0 sugar coated pills, 25c.
For sale by il druggist. Beware of
counterfeits and imitations. The genu-
j ine manufactured or.lv bv John O. W til
& Co., 8o'2 W. Madison St. Chicags, Its
1 Sold by W. .J Warrick.
j Ksll I ft.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, t
Lucas county, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
Toledo, County and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
eyery case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Ham.'s Catarhii
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, thi (it'- rh" f V-- r.
A. D. '80. A. W. GLEASON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iiitenirilly
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucus surfaces of the syfcttm. Send for
testimonials, frte. F. J. Ciiexky & Co.,
TiTSol i by Druggists, 7i cents.
( has r e vol.itlonie,:
the world during the
ilUIIll Mill wr-udt is of lav nt-vc
II i VI I IIUI I iToimphu is ii metl'-H
and yt.tem of work
that can tie performed al! 'over the countiy
without sefinnttir.K the wo.kers from their
home. ry liberal ; xi-y one can do the oik
ei'lier s,ex. puiu or old ; n -special ability to
iiired Capital not needed ; you are started
tree Cut th's out and return to us and we will
send you free, xomething of great importune
and value to on, tha. will start you in businekS
which will bring you lu more money rltrlii
ftwRv Uijtn anything else in the w-rld. " G-ard
outfit free. Adri.'CS-t True & Co.. Augusta, Ms.
g f B I 1 I 3 R-a'id.s of form-, but are s r
1 S P I Pi Sf :''iHsed by the inarvela oi in-
2 B K fl" ventn ii, T"os who a: e in
2 M I S necil of profitable work th;-t
rt E 9 I 9 I a can b" ilone while living at
L J? II Ii J!9 8 hoie.e should iit en -e si'iif
tin ir address to lfallet 1.' .
Portland, M:nne. and receive free full icfi rinii
iou iiow either, fcx, of all asies, ca'iearn from
$s to S-r per day a"d upwards wh revi r ll'ev
live. You are started free ; capital twit needed
S me have made over 00 lu one day at this
work. All itiice ed.
cur old ft child, now six vears of ase,
when an infant i. luouihs old was attacked
with a viiuleut. maliijuant fHia uisease. All
ordisiary eiiifti'ii- fai.ii . wo called oti- f.unilv
, by.sic'ian. who sttteuipied to cere it; hut. It
spread with almost iuer.-d tile rapidiiv, until
the loxer portion of the little fellow's "i er.-on.
from the middle of his buck di.wu to his Kneef,
was out solid rash, painful, ugly blocln d ;t.id
malicious We hud no r-i at night, no peac
by day. 1 lnalty we wire advised to try the
Cuticuha Ki-.M ! Dl K8. '1 he effect, w.i simph
inarvelloiiu. In three or our weeks a co jilete
cure as wought. bavins the little fellows
P rs;ui as w hite and healthy as though hd
neve: be mi t';ieHt'(!. hi m op iiion m:r
vaiuabio ri incitiei saved li i life, ;md to dav
he l a strong, healthy child, perfectly vvelj,
no repetition of lh Uictase having tvtr oc
curred. GEO. U. SMITH.
AU'y ftlaw and Kx-'ios. Ait'y. Ai-h!a:id.
Uti KiiEi-cii : J. G. Veist,prMgglt.Ahlnd.O.
THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN.
r' horr into t Me world "very d:iv with f.o.-'
eczemsitoiiN affectinr-. uch as milk crust, seal I
hea). scurf oi i-mulrufT sine to develop into an
ag t:izi g eczen a. i lie itching, b'irh'ng
ligurat aru a: which make life a prolong-.-d tiT
ture unless prope h treated.
A fearm hatli u iiii CLTj.icaA Soap, an ex
qiiTi fciiin Jeau titter, atit a si- at pli
ti ri of ci; n-u:A, the t.reat SKin Cure, with' a
little CUTI CltA HKS I.VKNT. u.e new Blood
i'urifler, is often iufllcieiit to amst the iro
exffs of the disease, and point to a speedy and
Ile' ce, no moibf l wholoves herctiiidren, who
takes pi Hie in their beauiy, purity and Ileal i li .
an-' bestowing upon t- i?!ii a phiid'n greatest in
heritance '-l kin wi le nt a b-eoiisii.' and a
b dy n'-urished bv ui-e blood, chi'uld fail to
make tiial of the Ci ticvba Remke'es.
Sold evervwhere. rrlee. CuricuRA, 5?c. ;
Soap. 25c. ; 'Rksoi.vfnt. .?1 PrepHred by the
PoiTFit Uiii'o an n Chemical Co.. I'osMn
tSSend for "How to Cure -kin Pl.sease- "
C4 paes, Cfl illustrations, ar.d iun te-tiaiotials
. - - . ' - i .... ,
T3 "D V t; Skin nd Fgaip pre?
DAD 1 O beautified by Cltku
No single dise fe ha entailed more putter tig
or hastened the breaking up of the constitu
tion than Catarih. The sense of smell of ta.-:e
of i-ight, of hearhic. the b;imaa v?ice. the mi"d
lle or niore. and sometimes all. Yield to its
desttuetive influence. The lioison it distrib 'ev
throughout the systi-m a tacks every vita.1
force, and breaks ui the most robust f conrii
tutions. Igr.ored. bec;-.ue but. li! tie und--:-stood;
by most pby i iars lTpotent:v asai -by
quck and ehail those Miffeli g ir ..
it have li tie hope tob-- r iieved tin- tie of :
gtaye. It istitr.e. 1 1 . th the popart tre
Mt'-hi r.f this t' is ib!e ji.ea-e bv remedic- wi. i,
la the r-'ach o ull p:-.ss d iin had.i :t o. c
coiopet'-nt and truwr:hv. Ttv -new i-.d
hitherto untiied met hud adopted by lr Pa.i
ford 1 the preuar.!ti-i i f his ltI.AI. Cuhk
has won th" iie:o tyant rival of Miiiufand. I'
ir stantHrioiis in atfordirg relief in a'i head
colds.Mie- zinj.sni.Wiiii an-i obi'tru -ted brea h
n:g. ad ra-jidlv reni'vfs t';e most pnr;-s!- ve
stiUtO"S !ivi!is t!:e licad. Svr--e'eii!i)g tie
Vrt'RTh, re-tring the- ft'rsti of fcmell. t is'e i-ml
Hearting, ar.d walu ng the cm s.uutieva?
tendci:cy ef the dise:'.sa t'Jward the ling-, Tv
er and kl-i- eys
8aF"KD's l'.AnR'AI.''f-R COni-Utfi r.f I lie
bottle of the Kaoicai. t't rk. one !;.xl'ATA is
halS LVKA'vaud aa I.MPitoVKD I.sn.'.UK,
1VITK" UnCO & CHEVirAL Co.. Tosto.n
Strains and Weaknesses,
Helieve! in ore nii-.inle by tat n
' Vri:SL vhi.uiii An;t.:otrt to am. nii tim..M
(5. t!tn anil v (:.;r(!, tiie rwl?iT:i
f-xl Anti-Siu IMa-tf-r. Tliflst n l
Jt3' l)' I ain--iliiiiir ami trcnut'iciiin
"Vlatei'. Ki u -i"a Ir a I to in I
; ta.rtly rt-llfve an-J ceitily cuiv Ki lu-y r.fl I
Uterinf Paian ki:1 Weeklies '. arr m t' i
' v.-u-tlv siiicri'ir fn a'! th-r piaster At fill'
ilnit'K fs, 20 ro' ; v fr $1 : r to t-c;e flee j
i nl I'OTXEK DUUG AM) Ca1..MIC.L C '.. j
IIS :-: FUEiHITUBIS
ill ten uji:iti ucjiim, iLriniii-i
Kitchens, Hallways, Offices,
Where a ningnifleciit
r. t rF
COIiNEll MAIN AND SIXTH
J'ATUAN JIaTJ. J. "VV. WaK'IHU.
fSATIIAH MAW C.,
WEOL3SALE AITD RETAIL
i if m mm m a, -
TOltlC PACKERS AND DKAI.F.Kfl l.N IiUTTKIt AND ECO.
BEEF, P011K, MUTTON AND VEAL.
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
Sugar Cured Meals, Hams. Bacon, Lard, &c, &o
ot our own make. The lest Lrnnds of OYSTERS, in cans mul Lulk, at
WHOLESALE AND RETA1I-.
i in mm. u
Wi ndham & Davi es,
Ovc-c Baals of Cass Coaaty.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEB.
Improved nnd unimproved Ri al Estate in nil parts of the City, for sale. City prop
erty to exchange for laud, and loans to exchange for City propel ty.
SOUTH PARK LOTS
Insurance written in the old 1 licenix, Etna and Hartford Insurance companies.
Entire satisfaction sriven in all business transactions. Remember the place, at the
Corner of Main and Fifth St?.,
OVEH - XSAM - OK - CANS - COUJNTY
Will keep constantly ou haiid
' AVall Paper and a Full Line
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