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WEEKLY HERALD. PLATTST.IOUTH, NEBRASKA, APRIL 23 1S91
covrrtNoi: peaiiman's message.
I'M it 1 I. fit Wi!! Ije
I ntr ?st
An Imptjiiiiril. Pucmi
Ftum Saturday's Daily
STA'I 1. )I NlJih'ASKA, KXJ.LXTI VK
Ofkiii;, I,i.oi,., April 10. IS'.JI.
Colonel ('.. W. I Ioldi rdic, t-nernl
manager 1J. .V 1. r:iilro;il; Colonel
Si H. Cliirk, -nrial manager M
P. railroad; Colonel IM Diekcrsoii
fCMKT.il manager IT. P. railroad; Col
oim'1 Hurt, jr-iitral inanaijvi' '., IC. tS
V. railroad -Gcntleim-n: The
lair "uprising" of the people o
Pender and their copper colored
brother :ind nisterH over Thnrw
ton county, the political suicide of
a i leinoc.-.'i i ic editor al 1 5rn k lenia ii
the wailiiii;.s of the World-Herald
and V' haiiiti in c ft iy of two
disappointed candidates iorcoal-od
inspector, consequent upon the veto
of the Ni'wlici i v hill, has heconie of
such magnitude that to withhold
my executive pen any longer would
be cruel in the extreme.
Upon rrceipt of this news I at
once dispatched inv secretary of
state, lohn IJ. I-u-av, to Pender to
inquire the cause of this "uprising,
and a hell hoy to Omaha to spike
Ifitchcock's batter', which was par
tially done by promising him Sena
tor Paddock's place two years hence;
and I went mj-sclf to lienkleman
and diagnosed the case of the lien
kleman "bee man,'' whom I found
Hufferitij from wind on the stomach
and a diseased kidney. I killed him
to put him out of misery. At Pend
er and vicinity I learn through the
secretary that they were promised a
5 cent rate on packing house refuse
matter, such as liver and lights and
kidney parts of the slaughtered ani
mals, and they believed that 5 cent
rale was embraced in the Newberry
bill. Hence the "uprising."
Dead men tell no tales, and little
or no further trouble ma 3 be ex
pected from Genoa, St. Paul and
Benkleman; but it remains for yon
railroad managers to quiet the Pen
der people. This 3 011 can do 13'
giving tliem a o cent rate on such
articles of food as I have mentioned,
and your failure to do so will re
quire of me a proclamation conven
ing the third house in extra session
for that purpose, and the preven
tion of burning corn out west, and
you may just as well understand
now as hereafter that when my
proclamation is out xio financial or
other consideration will cause me
to rescind the call. Colonel Bab
cock, manager of the Omaha stock
yards has agreed to furnish the
titufT at the lowest possible rates per
ton, and with a 0 cent railroad tariff
from Omaha to Pender (O. Iv.) the
belligerent and warlike demonstra
tion of a p:oud and noble race will
be calmed and peace reign through
out Thurston count-.
A prompt and decisive answer
will be looked for at once, and
should it be in the negative, upon
vou and not upon the executive
must rest the responsibility of fur
ther effusion of blood. I appeal to
you in behalf of the red men and
daughters of the forest. Respect
fully, J. Y. rEARMAX,
A rbor Da' proc- j
governor appears j
lamal Ion lis the
to have been lo-a in lie shuffle.
John Waterman and wife started
this morning for Creie and Beatrice
where they will visit relatives for a
few da s.
Herman Spies smiles very pleas
antly as he sets up the cigars to
day over the arrival of 1 he new baby
at his home.
Omaha is making extensive pre
parations to entertain President
Harrison in a royal manner when
he visits that city May 13.
New Foundland wants to be an
nexed to the United States. Uet her
come in, she lias the largestcoal
mines in the world and the finest
W. J Hesser gladdened our hearts
to-dav bv leavinir at this office
some very fine lettuce, radishc.s,and
onions, so that we will not go
S. U. Furlonir. one of Rock Bluffs
precinct's stalwart farmers, and a
loyal republican that refuses to
worship stranre irods, made Tmj
JlEKALD a pleasant call to-day.
J-al Sampson of Jancolii was 111
town 3'esterday and allowed the
fact 1o leak out that he was married
to a handsome young lady in that
city about two months ago, and is
already fully advised as to themys-
t ;ries of housekeeping.
Frank Morrison, accompanied by
his daughter Nellie, went over to
Glenwood this mom in g to visit his
father who is dangerously ill at his
home in that town. As Mr. Morri
son is eighty-three 3-ears of age but
slight hopes are entertained for his
Seven box cars badly smashed
came in this morning loaded on flat
cars all the way from Denver. Col.
Steimker will soon require more
?ide tracks to pile up the accumu
lated work that he is unable to at
tend to 011 account of lack of
1 lie .Lincoln Call irutmuliy re
marks that, by the housewife in the
back 3-ard superintending the beat
r . lit. f
nig 01 carpels auu me wearied ap
pearance of the head of the house
who wields the baton, are we
reminded that spring is with us
SYftiAN CHA I TELS.
TV - Sv
this it v
.r- !V:i!ly in linnd
in Tlii Country.
u:d trin- ts
trc, wi! J,
':l I I'olw-H
' -:!. lie t!, .;"..:i,'5ii.t.-.M of
11 with r IViuus emblems
of .si liii-l iii'Vtnms dedtrn
Koai.d condition wiiich can be hardly de-Ihu-'l
Tin y suv- the human chattels of a class
ofimt). irb-rs of foreign birth wh-i hava
their agents ami established ieadniar-t'-rs
in every city of prominence on the
I'a-ific cr.i.-t an w-ll jih in eastern cen
ters. TV :e hviTT'.m cli.tf t. h;, who claim to
!" Ti:.-Vs to advance the naiv.-lty of their
personality iu the eyes of the purchasiu;,'
1 r.Klc, are the cenKi of Syria, Armenia,
' rreeee ami Italy.
Th-re are .several thon.-and of th(is
sei "i emtiloveil by their money makim?
rrorialrymen in the United St::fs.
.!!:; are annually added to the
' ;: V.-.;dy e;ailt.yed. Iirnorant of
rUh ts ;.;tl but poorly veived
i.i iU' laii.-pt.aye of the couutry tluy
1. 1. .: !.- s-ilh.-iit to their exaetin 5 master,
v -i t'ii!j i,!i7' their food, lodging and
T1:. :. s"i-f. sell fhem.st-lves to their
ur.-.n-rs. heiiiif.': tlmt in a new country
will better their condition and be
;l 7"a.--t relieved of thi pans of hunger
whieh b".-et them in their native lands.
M: l;-"d to worlc either for life or for
years for tlio.se who provide them with
transportation to the new land of proru-i.-e,
they are pent o:i their arrival in the
United States to the cities where their
I.ibors will prove the niua remunerative.
The' have lately encroached upon
what to them i.i a virgin field the Pa-
c:.' eoart and numbers are frequently
o. iii.Lj .vent hither to thoroughly cover
every profitable point.
Thera liave been as many as forty or
fifty of these human chattels men.
women and youths engaged in making
street sales in this city, but they have
ieerea-ea until only twelve or fifteen
cover the t: . ! e of San Francisco. Seat tie.
Tacoiua and V";'..shii:gto:i generally in
clude fifteen or twenty in their bounda
ries. Los Angeles is favored with the
presence of ten or twelve, while Oregon
which, according to their statements.
is proving to be the more remxtnerative
field has from thirty to fifty of these
serfs catering to the demands of their
peculiar line of trade. The state of Ne-
TllO Hot PpHrj;p- f.f Dnl:oo.
The.-e r: '.s- .arc i a nid! v becom-
iiir iJMiious on account ot the won- '
d.iiii lairalivi. pi'oj ii-rties of the
w.i.e.s, and th' many marvelous
cures which have been cgected by
the the'iiial baths.
The town and springs are delight
full' situated in a picturesque val
ley in the Black Hills country,
abouiidinir in beautiful scenic ef
fects, and at an altitude of 3,400 feet
above the sea level; thus insuring a
pure atmosphere and exhilarating
climate, absolutely free from ma
laria. Under the enterprising and pro
gressive management of the Hot
Springs company many desirable
improvements have been made
among the number the erection of
a common 1011s iatn House titloil up
with all modern conveniences for
the comfort of guests. New hotels
have been built and comfortably
furnished throughout, conducted in
first class style and at reasonable
rates. Those who prefer stopping
at a private house, will find many
desirable boarding places where
good accommodations are furnish
ed, and at reasonable rates.
The superior daily service now of
fered by tiie Burlington Route to
o M o CJJ o
Hot Spring, with through sleep
ing car accommodations from
Omaha, Lincoln, Aurora and Grand
Island, makes the trip an easy and
enjoyable one; and for the benefit
of all who desire to test the efficacy
of the waters, round trip tickets at
reduced rates, good for ninety days,
are now on sale at all offices of the
For pamphlet, descriptive of the
springs, and full information as to
rates, time, etc., apply to any agent
of the company, or to
Gen M Pass'r & Ticket Agt.,
1. Bosley a brick yard laborer
was fined ?.") this money for being
vada harbors ten or fifteen, while thedruMk aml "ltreporous last night.
One on Nebraska City.
Aeliable gentleman informs us
that a book agent called upon a
prominent citizen of Nebraska City
the other day and wanted to sell
him a cclopedia. The agent said
he waB meeting with poor success
and offered to sell ve' cheap, but
the p. c. replied that the ground was
too rough around his place, and
that as his family were all girls he
wouldn't have an3' bod3r to ride it,
so that low prices would cut mo fig
ure with him. i'he agent tried to
explain that the p. c. did not under
stand what a cyclopedia was, but
he was told in vigorous English
that having been born in Missouri
and raised in Nebraska Cit' he did
not propoe to let a book agent
teach him anything and the afore
said agent got up and dusted.
A glance at Mr. Wildman's gloves
in the show case at Brown & Bar
rett's might make one think his
left hand was badly deformed; but
it isn't. One of the gloves fell into
some boiling soap suds, and as a
result it came out shrunk up to
about the right size for a three-year
old boy, et perfect otherwise as be
fore it was boiled.
District court was m session a
litle while this moaning. The mo
tion for a new trial in the Dean case
was overruled, providing a remui-
tur was filed for $2C9 within twenty
days. The mandamus case from
pol'ce court was heard, and court
Governor Boyd says he will not
call on extra session of the legisla t-
ure unless It is demanded by a
majority ot tlie people. -rs the
object of an extra session would
be to make a legislative apportion
ment lor uougias county onsect on
her bogus vote of List fall where in
the neighborhood of 13.000 more
votes were cast than there arevoters
in that citva. the governor need tiot
fear a tumultuous uprising of the
people demanding the extra session.
We can all wait two 3-ears and then
base apportionment on a vote under
the new law which would be honest
The United States is not likely to
run short of material from which
to select railway mail clerks. The
civil service examination at the
post office 3'esterda3r for the pur-;
pose ot giving applicants tor the
railwa3" mail sexvice a chance to en
ter the employ of the government,
when the' are needed, was attended
b3r over fi f ty young men who labor
ed through the five hours answer
ing of questions and other exercises
to test their fitness and ability for
the work they seek to engage in.-
progress of Utah is marked by havi ng
twenty or thirty.
Their residtmce at any place is not
permanent, but, like the nomadic Arab
of the desert, these slaves silently fold
their tents and steal away at the will of
thir masters, w Inch varies with the va
riations of tho trade. One of the places
in this city where nomadic serfs receive
their supplies and render their accounts
is in Minna street. It is a supply depot,
and is conducted under the name of
Joseph Sharbel & Co. There, in a room
crowded with Syrians of both sexes, of
all sizes and ages, is a large stock of
trinkets and religious articles stored in
pasteboard boxes of various sizes dis
played on shelves which run about the
Thi? np.arhnrv.t cor.t.r'iis two beds and
a lounge, and the lack of other furnish
ings is m:1a con misery by the t p:ie
taken up by the immense stock which is
udeil otu to L-etoid by the street peduiers
in tins city and i?e:ghbonnr towns. Jo-
sop ii Minrljol ir-mtLlt is a bronzed and
brawny Syrian, much past the years of
middle, life. Lo is 1 ; n.tdrone who direct
the actions and labors of the dozen ot
composite nation lit Vs of both sexes and
various .agor, who were gathered in the
room. He was rather reticent when
questioned by a reporter, and while
claiming to be unacquainted with others
engaged m the same line of business he
displayed a knowledge regarding the lo
cation of branch agencies and number
of his countrymen and women engaged
in the trade that was remarkable. Some
of the supply depots in this city remit
regularly from .$3,000 to $4,000 a week to
the east and Europe as payments for
shipments and invoices of goods. San
On paying the costs, the
mitted the fine and he
mitted to go in peace.
ilF YOU SHOULD TrtAVEL OER THE WORLD
AS FAR AS YOU COULD CO.
A BETTER SOAP TfjAN SANTA CLAUS
YOUD NEVER C.ET TO KNOW
fa. KKT Rlf 5 TTl
V. D. JONES, Proprietor.
THE FINEST RIGS
I'loaswrc and Short
Cor. 4th and Vine
F Q wwm
Laurence IJarrett's Head.
A review of Lawrence Barrett'3 career
is a lesson to all who basely betray
golden opportunities. Think of this
man as born of humble Irish parents a
seven months" child, so frail in physique
that lor the first live years of his life he
could not lift his head! When later he
went to school it was his fond mother
carried him in her hard worked
He undoubtedly inherited from
Filed in Suprme Court.
The case of Fred Gorder et nl vs.
the Plallsnionth Canning comnanv
in number, was filed in
court yesterday. The
were the o I beers of the
nnd put up large sums of
Petition of Ambrose Mathews to
admit to probate the last will and
testament of U. V. Mathews de
ceased, filed to-day.
Gertrude M. Wiley vs. Chas. K.
Wiley. Forcible entry and detainer
case on trial to a jury composed of
Messrs. M. Ib Murphy, L. C. Stiles,
Sam'l Richardson, J. V. Kgenberger
and C. H. Nobles.
County Superintendent Noble is
lmsily engaged to-day propounding
inlricaie questions to a bevy of
handsome school ma'ms who des're
certificates permitting them to
teach school in this county
Those in atte idance were the
Misses Sarah Wiley, L,i'y Sans,
Nora Reynolds, Rock Bluffs; Grace
Dean, Murray; Georgia Duzzcll,
Greenwood; Carrie Gibbs, Ashland.
money 10 run a jp-ung fmsincss or
several years. To secure themselves
they mortgaged the pb nt to them
selves, and this action was brought
against the company to secure a
foreclosure of the mortgage for
something over irll.'XM). The re
maining stockholders intervened,
claiming that indebtedness beyond
the limit of the articles of incorpo
ration was coated by the officials
and without the knowledge of the
stockholders, and that the mortgage
was unauthorized. In the lower
court Judge Field rendered judg
ment of foreclosure in favor of
the plaintiffs, from which the inter
veners appeal. State Journal.
Mr. Gorder informs us that had
it not been for this litigation
ngai-ist those who put up their
money to run the factory, it would
be in operation thisyea". ITe wants
the respo n-ibil'ty for tbf smashing
up of the factory to rest whore it
winca let". " ;i i.i ,n
and on t.;. f a v. . a7: l
m en on a a: . .: .,.
lie i : e.ai I .' .1.; a.-
wc ar no hat 1: ; la : a-
on oi:e occasion he f.ceeeded in finding
; iwi.-rable nt ia J.iiiii 1 iske"s when this
eleaa- bar a.-.aii ;..ii,d.-d phiI.;opher
.vais- u (a7 from Ole TuH's house in Cam
brid.yv xih b'. 'rr; i r"s brand new luaver,
leaving a le?-s eiotieing heaoirear in its
place, 'i a- 1 a; rein-i.:7ed !:nn.-;oil
until Iiis own hat was forthcoming.
Kate Field's Washington.
s of tiie disease
v.":-. v in his prime:
a-.i v n-atnre placed
Ii -.ade The bat
iaai a. r.
the ir:an, could
to order, though
The democratic party is the same
old toothless fickle dame that she
has been ever since we have known
her. After being won over com
pletely by the corporations we are
now notified by one John M. Ragan
a prominent democrats politician at
Hastings that a covention of demo
crats will be held at Hastings May
1st to pass resolutions denouncing
Governor Boyd for his veto of the
railroad rate bill. This is particular
ly worthy of mention for the reason
that th'S man Rngnri is, and has
been for a long time the general
attorney of the St. Joe and Grand
Island Railway company. The tickle
old dame will only smile; however,
there will be 110 ill feelings engen
deed, it is simply a part of her
scheme to fool the people.
The greatest of all remedies for
children. Cures indigestion, con
stipation, feverishness and loss of
leep. Sold by Gering & Co. lm
"Fruits and Friut Trees"
is an ably written book and gives
trusty information for all who grow
fruit of any sort or kind. Stark
Bros.' Nurseries, Louisiana, Mo.,
will send it free to all interested.
Orange Judd Farmer.
P L ATTSM OUT i.i - NEBRASKA
.V.yltal stock paid in 0 0
Authorized Capital, S300,OOO.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON II A NT)
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions 'Carefully Compounded at all Hours
The Best is the Cheapest
That is Why Fred Gorder after 15 years of experience as the most succensful
Agricultural implement dealer in the county has fcelected the following iniple
aients which he carries and heartily reeommouds to his friends and patrons.
2Stc2aura. Iolias and SchuUor
IBra&loy, Peru, and Doero
LISTERS and PLOWS
NEW DEPARTURE TONGUELES AND
WEIRS AND BRADLEY STALKCUTTER,
DEERE, FARMERS FRIEND AND HA
worth Checkrowers and Planters.
Handles tlie finestot Buggies, Phaetons, Carts, Spring Wagons and
carnages ana ouier vemcies tuat are manufactured.
JO?. A. COS.VOK,
Ajijilts Are ia.ily lijivstt'ii.
Cl liiieaiiy the .apple is composed of
vepr. table finer, alhumii. siitar, gniii,
Mali'.- a a l. vhl afMphyll. j;.allit-acicl, ii-i?,
ill this rattier
;i gooil. rijK.
and mnc-'.i watrr; yet. for
hiipo-.iii!; ! t f in-rTVilici!
riw i:i)Tle is o!i of th.. ; -dest of all the
varctal i - su- ... v. 1 .h which ttw
I'") Hii-'i a-.a .-. . a;a.al has to do; J:
!. .'uft r ir. I'.as i'r-..-:i ea .a n, the vrii aie
p; a s a" ...i..i, c:i;pleted vvituii)
iiir- iii.a-;';.iy t-f:'.:-t si:-;.v ol aaty-iive
i:iinat'ia' : : a IVtroii Frae I'ivs3.
fiAcM Cr.rr-arfc J. A. CocDor, V. R. Gntbrrw
. V. .Tohr.son, Henry BcROk, John O'Keele
W. D. Mvrriarn, Wia. Wetencamp, W.
ifiiNSACTS: GENERAL BANKING BUSiNES
ktj-'S Cfi'iilcit'?-! -if denorits bearing interest
I'uv-j raid s"" pxch in;re. county and
The largest line in Cass County, of double and single harness at
prices so low that it will pay you to come 20 miles and inspect stock
. 1 '"o -h DAVID AIILLEH an experienced
workman has charge ot our harness shop.
Plattsmouth and Weeping Water
3 f. T? S
OF FLATTSMOL'TII. NEBRASKA
Paid up capital ?50.n.To,(K)
"Stonevaair Jac1r.-on t!i..-
modntiiifr depot police man
fic Junction is in the citj
nly a lark, fir."
-a -a- i
-.atiou . f a
aSers the verv heFt fac;!iti's far the promj)
tiaiir-a-jtioa ol likiiiaiattj
S'oc.'kr, l'onils, srold. povcrntnent and local pe
iunti?f bntiht --tii sn at. Iep(bits received
3C1 mi f rest all"-.vpl 011 the certificates
Dratts drawn, available in any part of the
Unite! States and all the principal towns of
COLLECTIONS MADE AND rilOMrTT.Y Kr.HIIT-TED.
Highest market ii'i
,r".a "iaa:. : r
pail tor C'oia.ty
ui v'i'uMv '.-'in c.
,1 " ' , . j, v , 1: i
a caD'u iur i.ik.-i, iauo wliica I shall put
you for seven days." Luudou Tit-Cito.
'.icoiac Ii. Dovey
vioji t iU'TiJd, 8. Waugb.
STAPLE AfiD FANCY
Floor BBfl. m a Specialty
itronae 1 the Puble Solicited.
MANUFACTURER OF ANU
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THE
Thoicest Brands of Cigars,
flor Ji ?jJ3)ra3fj' an.1
FULL LINE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLE
a:waya in etock. Nov. 26. 1865.
JOHNSON EDILDIKG. KcrlH 6tH S
tesm ti v a x& kiuH
aTivJ Mind WKruSrrfng erred. Bxks lesrnM
OM rwartm. Teeimiiiis from H
2!aJ p of th e'oba. Prosrysctni pot
The 5th St. Merchant Tailcr
Keeps a Pall Line of
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