The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, September 20, 1887, Image 4
THE DAILY IIKRaLD, PLATTSMOUTI1, NELUtASKA, TUESDAY, SELTEMI5EU 20, 187. )t Hattsmontl) Dailji Ucralfr. KJ5TOTTS 13 IS O 3., Publishers & Proprietors. Candiclato for County Judge I licrthy iinniMiiK'it in If an ;i r;iiniiiat fur t llM ollico nf i'olirrl" .;ill:;a of Oil's CitliDly suhject to tin? Ji iull mii oiinty Convention. Willii'I' 1 ' n t k n ; v. I : . A Salisbury Dentin, In Ilock vmmmI IS ii i t2 2 la f?. IiciiiMiibrr tomorrow is ( hildn nsday fit tin? fair. .1. J. Strode rctiinicil lust evening from Lincoln. M. O'ltourke left tlii.s morniii" for (Jlenwood on a business trip. Missis Tress and Kate llomplc enter tained a few friends last evening. Vtm Hkst. 1 iiriusiied rooms, corner of ith and Granite strteels. S-tf Leave orders for wood with John Tutt at IiYnnett's ;rof:ery store. bt f Mrs. (!lo. K. Dovey returned this morning from her visit at Pullman, 111 Capt. II. E. Palmier left this morn ing for Pawr.ee City to he gone the greater part of the week. Jlr. F. 15. Seeh mire and wife left last evening tor the lakes and other points cast to begone two or three weeks. Mrs. Hake who has been visiting with Mrs. .1. C. Eikenhary the last few davs. went to ll d Oak this morning on a visit. Mr. F. 1). Palmer, a cousin of the Dovey Eros, returned to Indianapolis nst evening after his family, to brin them to Plattsmouth. Dr. C. L. Sigginshashis rooms fitted up nicely and is prepared to wait noon nil customers, he is to be found in the Sherwood block. Mrs. Dillsbv of Fremont. Neb. and Mrs. Chauncy Hemming of lirush Creek Iowa, arrived this morning to visit the family of C. E. Wescott. There is a Locust and .1th streets that needs fillin un. It was caused by the settling of the At the Fair. Nothing of interest took place today at the fair, as it wa the opening day and all the exhibitors were arranging their displays, and the secretary and his assis tants were kept ImiHy making entries. While the board of directors were every where all at once alloting ground and overseeing things in general. The street cars are in operation ami make regular trips about every 4 min utes, over a nice smooth road. The presi dent assures us that the fair is opening up to be a grand thing, provided the weather stays nice. The exhibits arc of excellent (piulity and worth seeing. young rough but Murphy is a paofession al villain and is worthy of the peniten tiary and would undoubtedly have killed Mr. Fitzpntiick had he obtained the revolver. John Fitput rick is a brave Preparation of tho Sardine. To prepare tho Bardino in its perfection it Hhould be boiled alive in oil, liko an old martyr. If this cannot Ih done, then it should bo cooked as noon after death as possible. It Li alleged again.;t some of JBl 3& 2C X3T man to engage the three Murphy, Erown the patent nets that tho fish dies at once and Kin.er in such a combat, unaided their pockeU and iU quality 18 greatly ;m. . , 1 r ii deteriorated. Tho manner of cooking id ami with a crowd ol cowardly men - i , """-"J simple. Aa soon a.s iossiLlo after tho standing around. fish is caught it id dipped in a kettle of At court tins . morning Murphy and boiling olive oil. Cur e must be taken Erown plead guilty to resisting an ollicer BOECK rp & B!fiDSALLo. WIE SOLD Women Invonters. Patents have been granted to women during the week ending Aug. :)0, 167, as follows: Kate "Vr. Eubank, Eutherford, (Jul., combined trunk and bureau. Clementinas. M. Ifayna, St. Louis, Mo., furnace. Mary Jorp, Salem, Ore., pie-holder. Amelia il- Lindsey. Pittsburg, Pa., ro tary engine. Nannie M. Showman, Newark, O., combined hair-curler and crimper. Mary S. Snow, Sacsamcuto, Cal., um brella or pora.sol. Leave orders for wood with John I utt at Eennett s grocery store. St f Do not fail to permit your children to attend the fair tomorrow. The pri.is on the ring tomorrow amount to $-1q, and the races will be very interesting, OUR CITY'S CRAVED. Kin.er having effectually escaped. They were a "done up" looking couple. Erown had two cuts across his forehead over the right eye and Murphy had both eyes more or less inflamed. Mr. Fit.- patriek appeared in court but was pretty sore from the lucks ho had received on the breast and head, and his neck bore .scratches from Erown's lingers. that tho oil is not burned or used too many times over, and that tho rush is not kept in it too long. The implement used is made of wire, in two parts, something liko a toasting rake, with hinges, tho fishes being laid on one side and the other being closed over them, keeping them in place. oan i rancisco Chronicle. Sixteen Thousand Dollars Worth op- The Thraslicr ami tho Whale. The passengers and crew of the team- er Takasago-maru, when on her last vov- I r ii.: . . . i i tr i , . iiKjin mis ori, 10 ivooe. witnessed a ra-.m-Mi-u a uui.v leu uays ami costs, eight often talked aliout but very rarely i itzpatricK showed pluck Been, it was the great sea fight between and good reasoningin not shootiu" the a thrasher (tox fhark) and a whale. An . m . i i ,t , , ? eye witness states that the thrasher first men, although he would have been justi- kial)ed ,mt of the vatf.r under the bow of the htenrner. and. risin r fullv Last year, and it v priecs A will f-oll foc)t OSS Is, wo intend to sell more tills t'ar, lieu m doing so. From the past experiences it is plain ly evident that Plattsmouth has the pluckiest and best police force of any town in the state and they are thorough ly reliable. The men who stood round and refused to help Mr. Fitzpatrick were cowards and do not deserve the name of citizens of the place f lie oilicer was risking his life to protect. thirty feet in the air, came down on the back of the whale with a Kound that con vinced one of tho terrible force of tho blow. Every time the whale appeared near the fitirlace tins scene was romatcd. and it continued until the-conibatajits were lost sight of fully two miles dis tant. Our informant states thn- the scene was most exciting. Yokohama. Gazette. Fifty of Thorn Stand by and Look on Whilo Throe Villains try to Annihilate John Fitzpatrick, Cut the Plucky Officer Does Them up Unaided Last evening Janus Erown, Janus Murphy and Charley Kinzer were trying to raise a piarrel among themselves, hole at the coiner of Oflicer John Fitzpatrick being unable te hush them up attempted to arrest them brown is a great big stout ruilian, and r ii-iii - dirt over the water main. -uuipny tnniKs mere is no man in the O W n.Of,.,, r..P..5vr.,l n teW-im CU,1,-V Vllniil 1,ini in lllC aml is il . VI -tin mil I U l7.-.f la n linK.l in n . I . this morninf nnnouncin' the tleath ol am, - - n his brother at Eichland. Iowa, he leaves this evening to attend the funeral. Mrs. D. A. Campbell returned last rvrniii" from York Neb. where she has been visiting her parents, her sister Miss H.'irnes crime home w nil tier lor a short visit. al Eurkel returned last evening from St. Joe, Mo., where he met his sister, from Porthsmouth, Ohio, who came home with him and will remain some time vis iting her uncle, J. P, Young. The ladies of the M. E. church will crivn :i sociable this evenmir at the resi- t-- - - di-nee of Mrs. "Wash Smith, on the corner of 5th and Marble streets. Every body i-4 invited to come and have a eood lime. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. "Weed, left thi- mnrninf for Vermont. New' York and ' o other points in the east. Mr. Weed i; supcrinteudant of the store department r,f thf V.. A; M. shoos. This is his first vacation for nearly six years; he expect.' to be frone about a month. 3Irs. Weed 3 will be goue longer. Important. and they weic all drunk enough to be full of fi'dlt. Fitzpatrick attempted to arrest Erown first who resisted; John struck the man with his billy over the right eye a couple of times and downed him, but Erown swore he would not be taken alive and seized Fitzpatrick bv the throat and kicked him in the breast savagely. The call of the oflicer for help did not receive the least response from the cowardly crowd, and while he was ovcreomin" Erown, Murphy slipped up and wrench ed his billy from him and with this cleared his (Murphy's) way through the crowd like a person would sweep feath ers on a nif.rble flour. Mr. Fitzpatrick then left Erown and followed Murnhv. and with his gun in Murphy's face order ed him to give up the billy. Murphy, told him to shoot and at the same time tripped him with his foot, but the officer se;zcd Murphy sis he fell and the two came down together, with Fitzpatrick on top, and another desperate fight ensued, with Murphy with the billy making every effort to lay Mr. Fitzpatrick out. At this state of tilings, Bill Ellington All persons attending the Methodist came to the officer's assistance and took conference at Li neon, who have no com- the billy from Murphy; but meanwhile mutation of rates, should ask the II. It. Kin.er had seen Murphy with the billy n"cnt from whom they buy their ticket? and called out "I'll stay with you boys" Mf t itinrr that thev have paid full fare going; and when they reach Un seat of conference, call upon the secretary and get his endorsement, which will en title them to return for one third fare i.rovt.lfil there are fiftv persons with such receipts. ' The Kansas E(iuull Suffrage Societies of Lawrence, Fort Scott, Emporia and Topeka have decided to each furnish articles for the Woman Suffrage Bazar to be held at Boston Mass., that will sell for one hundred dollars; Larned, Anthony Lincoln, Chetopa and other points fifty dollars' worth or gifts: Atchison, Adilene, Independence and other places promise to do all they can. The pTumPuddi'ng a very funny coin ed on the style of A Parlor Match, A j -v I Hag Baby etc. appeared at uie 'i''' I once or twice in the face with his House last niTht to a highly picaseu au dience. Miss Sai telle the principal Plum is voung and pretty, a clever vocalist and a finished actress The support is good. Dubwjue Times. The above play will be presented at the Opera House next Monday evening Sept 2G Lost Red pocket book, containing license for Met. Mfg. Co. and statement of . Paul, no money. Finder return to Sher wood's shoe store and receive reward. W. E. Paul. Plattmouth Circulating Library at Warrick's Drug Store $1 per year, 2-3-per month. d & w Gt. "Pinntfition " Punch Ciirars at Warrick's "America's finest 5c. Cigar." dGt-w4t lin of Birthday cards at Warrick's Drug Store. dCt-w-it and had in a way lent his influence for the murderous couple, and even made m effort to get Fitzpatrick off from Murphy under the pretense of helping him. When Ellincrton took the billv from Murphy, Murphy grabbed the bar rel of Fitzpatrick's revolver and pulled on it and came near shooting himself us the officer had a hold on the other end his finger on the trigger and in the scuf fle, the hammer was partially raised the weapon was a self-cocker but Fitzpat rick finally cained nosession of the weapon. Lp to this time Murphy had not re ceived a blow, but now enraged at his failure to overcome the officer and the loss of the billy, began to use all kinds of evil languege and would not give up. To ovcrcone him Fitzpatrick struck him fist and proceeded to yank him along to jail. The trouble occurcd in front of Blake's saloon and when Mr. Fitzpatrick returned Kinzer had disappeared and Brown had made for the railroad; but mean while Marshal W. II. Malick, who had been at the other end of Main street came along and followed Erown up and caught him climbing into a box car be yond the beer store house along the rail road track. Mr. Malick there captured him and after a little convincing med- icine and determined effort brough his man back. Murphy and Brown are the same men who, a little over a week 8go, got in a sc utile with Marshal Malick by Blake's saloon, and in bis rffort to doAn Brown, Malick threw him into a plate glass win dow and received a severe gash on his ( left arm. From that arrest thev were ust liberated yesterdav. Brown is a The popularity of lawn tennis is mak ing tho Egyptian women lopsided. LOOK AT THE GIIHAT OUTS IX TKIOKS Vtll AUK OFFERING YOU. Ladies' Good (train Button Shoe for :?l.(0. formetlv sold for $1.75; Ladies' Heavy (train Euttcn Shoe, the best wear for -SI.?"., formerly for !?.25; Ladies best Milwaukee Grain Button Shoe, S'-J.Oi), formerly sold for S'J.ViO;. We are offering all our if'J.oO line of shoes for s'.'.OO; Ladies' Fine Glaze Dontrola Button and Tampcgo, Goat for S-J.50, formerly ?:J.00. Men II ..vy Boots for oiil.v $1.50. formerly ;M)0; Men's Best Whole Stock Kip Boots for :'.". 5( formerly sold for :.L'5; Men's Fine Whole Stock Kip Boot for old y s:!.K, f o .ne; 1 y s Men's Calf Boot, good and solid, for only S'J. 50, foim el ly ;:',. )0; Men's Fine Dress utton Shoe for only $1.85 formerly $2.50. We also have a threat many other "ea.h" bar'' lins in Children's. Misses and boys' that it will pay you to call and examine our roods and be convinced that we ar selling ch-:apei than any other dealer. .4 A Donlcey Khlo to Abou Seer. The donkey ride to Alou Seer is tho hardest on the tour. It in through tlerp uiinl. and often the tiny donkeys sink until your fe; t so drag as to impede your progress. You cannot walk. In mercy to jour donkey you wish you could. Your study of the poor animal convinces you thttt he has great patience. Tho driver is a model of forlearance; there is always, however, a 2erfect understanding between donkey and driver. Although the poor beast in continually goaded and his tail twisted to make him go, or else is pushed bodily to right and left, and even seized by tho head and lifted to suit the inclination of the master ho bears it bin rid ly and seems to feel that he must deserve it or lie never would be so tort ured. He is a fatalist, and believes that, after all. be is always a "good don key" to his driver. For does he not hear his driver tell the howadji so, a hundred times each daj-? There are nearly a thousand synonyms in Arabic for donkey, all tender and en dearing. And then do I not know that when the noon muezzin sounds the don key and driver retire to some quiet shade and have their loving make ups? I have watched the human member of the firm as he came with the meal of chopped straw for his pet. I never saw such mutual coddling and love signaling and tender understanding in all my experi ence. It i3 melting. The boy's face beams with Pmiles while he calls his donkey pet names in the softest tones; and the homely animal go shakes his head, snaps his eyes, and oscillates his neck as to brighten his humble physiognomy into a new expression. Edward L. Wilson in Scribner's. Proposals For the construction of storm wa'er sewer. in lie city of lMatt-inoiitli. Nob. Sealed bids will be received by t tie city clerk of ."ai l city up to noon, Thursday, Oct. r. IsST or tne const ruction ol Mono water ew?rs as follows to wit : KNOINKSl: S ESTIMATE, BOICK elk BIEDSA1 "7 Jonathan IIatt J. jA. JZX. -fcdL W. Mauthi3. J?ll.l::j I'll. ft. T.r.o 5.00 1.1 .so 4.10 3..V) vert ft. .01 per lb. AJMl'XT. About lr00 ft. of 7!i ft. brieii sewer. ffidD ft. of 51 i ft. brick sewer. 500 ft. of A't ft. bli-lc, sewer. 1 MO ft, of 15 inch pipe 700 " ' 12 " iulet pipe I manholes 21 catch basins or inlets 10,01) lls. frames, covers and jrrates Together with the ni?c-asary c ncre"t work, gravel work, oak piling, piae lamb -v for sheet- . u n anil pine lumber for sheet pilein. extra grading, rubble stone weik, brick masonry &c. In accordance with tlu; I'lan, profi'es ;;nl specifications, on file in fie office ef the city cleric. nitls must be made on bidilii blanks fur nished by the city clerk ; a'j! bi'Ks must be accompanied with a ceilitied check on :t loeal bank ia the sum or jjl.oo i, as an evidence of ;;ood faith. No bids will be entertained which exceed the estimate. ii!e loara reserves i no riuiit f reject aav and all bids and to w ave d foots. J. W. Johnson, Chairnian Hoard of Public Wor:p. & uw. tlSk eLs y FORK PACKEMS and im:.w.li:s ix IJUTTEIi AND EGGS. EEI?, PORK, MUTTON AND VEAL. THE BEST THE JIARIvET AFFORDS ALWAYS OX HAND. Sugar Cured Meals, Hams, Sacon, Lard, &c, &c- of our own make, The best brands of OYSTERS, in cans and bulk, at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. nwia Stacks The "Ofllce IJoy" Question. Our reformers would do well to tako cognizance of the "office boy" question. is no small one, either. It aiiects -AND It every branch of business. It is a diffi cult thing nowadays to get hold of a good olllce boy. Out of fifty applicants not more than three or four will bo worth considering. The boys of today seem to lack ambition and make little effort to advance themselves. Most boys, even at the age of 14 or 15, begin life sadly provided in the way of education, beinc: poor writers and spellers and knowing nothing of grammar. It is tho lack of earnestness that is deplorable. They can keep jiosted on baseball, horso races and prize Sght3, but that's about all thev care for. Occasionally one meets with a bright boy, cpiick at figures and intelligent, but these boys develop tendencies which make it unsafe to trust them with money, so great are the temptations to a boy who had not been grounded right when ha was at his mother's knee. This is es pecially so of city boy3 who aro always the answerers of want advertisements. Country toys cannot afford to live in the city on $3 or $4 a week. Country boys are much more useful than city reared lads, because they have plenty of ambi tion. If they haven't at first, a few months in the city will arouse it. Alono in a big city a country boy will naturally be spurred on by his very lonesomenes3. I do not think the fault is in the small ness of the wages paid, as a business man will pay extra for a good, No. 1 boy. I am afraid the cause lies deeper. Busi ness Jlan in Globe-Democrat. -OF- c mmm 'mm-uu -.y.-i & r mi -AND "IT Furnishing Goods ARRIVING DAILY AT Have anything you vrant from a two -wheeled go curt to a twenty -four passenger wagon. CARRIAGES FOR PLEASURE AMB SHORT DRIVES, All the newest and latest Styles for Fall and Winter in men's and boys' wear. -AND- NO MONKEY BUSINESS. LI GENUINE :-: SINGE! with high arm and vibrating shuttle, sold on time. Easy payments or cardi F. J. BICKNJ3LL, 3Ianager I'lattsmouth R ranch. .E.Palmer&Son GENERAL Persian Women Oat of Doors. The veil, which is habitually worn out of doors even by tho very poor in all great towns hi Persia, though its use is unknown among tho tribes who form at least a third of the whole population, Is clung to by tho women as a privilege; it is in fact a domino. The Persian woman out of doors ii unrecognizable even by her husband. She sees without being seen, and in tho veil it is impossible to detect the age of the wearer. As tho Persian lady is nearly alwavs married at 1 i 1 1 .Ji A J i i. 1 i i i SO she appears 50, and there are only two jhUMiiiut " n h ZL H 1 0 Polygamy is tho luxury of tho rich; with the upper and middle classes bigamy is the rule. A man's first alliance is a mariage de convenance, tho second either a marriage for love or for the grati fication of vanity. "When your Persian brings home a second wife there is usually Commercial Uuion-Englnml, a scene which lasts for ai week or two: Fire As.sociation-Pt.iladenlifa, there is a struggle for supremacy, but it is soon over. Both wives do their best to please tho master of the house, but they do not attempt to poison each other, unless in very exceptional circumstances. Dut Persian ladies still believe in tho oftieacy of lovo philters, and many an abomination is secretly administered to unfortunate husbands. Happily, tho lovo philter, though usually composed of horrible ingredients, is quite harmless. St. James' Gazette. Represent the following time tried and tire-te.sted companies: American C'entral-St. T.nuis, Assets Frank! in-Fliifadclphi.i, Home-New York. ' Is. Co, ef "r.itli America. Pail. ' l.iverpool& London & filobe-Kng North British . Mercanlite-Kng ' Norwich Union-England. Springfield !'. & M,-Sprinslield, ' Sl.25S.00l 2. WG.314 4,4 15,070 3,117,100 7,s.--.5fn 8,474.:)G2 3, -7S.754 1,J4j,4M 3,044,915 Total Assets, 542.115,774 Loaves AustBi rM Paid at t!iisA6iicy are always kept ready. C;v or tiht earriage.-, pall-licarer wagons and every thii-g lor funerals lurnL-died on short notice. Terms ensh. f 3 3 l-p THE A X J -HAS THE IJE5T EQUIPPED- PLATTSMOUTH OR CftSS UJI COUNTY. We s?a M. ML Ixettci t(Gqds, Nole Heads. Bill Heads, Envelopes, Business Gai'ds. Visi 'in ir Cards, Gii'Ctilqi's, Poslei'?'. oi( ciy o1gv clciss of pi'intiqa. US Y0UB 0EDER.