The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, January 24, 1888, Image 4

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    THE DAILY liKliALiK iiLArriTSiou ri. HViZAKA. TUESDAY. JAXtTAIlV L4, 1SSS.
The Plattsrnouth Daily Herald.
ISL WOTTS BBO
Publishers & Proprietors.
B. A, M. Time Table.
UOINO WEIT.
No. 1.-5 :M a. III.
No, 3.- A :40 . III.
Nu. 5 9 :X' a. III.
No. 7.--7 :4i . in.
No. 'J.- 6 :ll p. lit.
.No. II.- 6 :ra. III.
OOIXI EAST.
No, 2.-4 ;2S p. III.
No. 4. 10 :S0 a. Ill,
No. . 7 :'sn . in.
No. H. 9 :Mi .. in.
No. 10. 9 :45 a. ni.
No. M. 9 :S p. M,
All train run ilaily by wavof Omaha, except
7 and M wlilWi run to and from Schuyler
daily wxi.-ept Sunday.
No. :to Is a hi ul to Pacific .J unction at a uo.a in.
No. Jy Is a stiih from l'aciflc .liiuctiou at 1 1 a.m.
A Salisbury Dentist, In Ilot k
vrnotl IXulldiug.
The cigar makers were sleigh-riding
to-day.
The streets were lined with ieoilo
today.
"Hidden Hand" at the opera honse
to-night.
Sue the add of W. E. Cutler . in an
other column.
The sunshine of yesterday and today
was very acceptable.
Remember tho Methodist social to be
held at the M. K. parsonage tonight. All
are invited.
A social will le given at Rckwood
hall by I he ladies of the Christian thun i
on the entiling of Feb. 22.
C. II. Parmele fc Co. recently bought
ixty-fivc head of steers of II. II. Stout,
of Louisville, and are now fuelling them
at (!edar Creek.
The A. O. U. W., of this city, give a
hall in the Weckbach block, Thursday
evening of this week.
"When men are elected to fill places
of trut, they should attend suc
meetings and try and represent their peo
pie. and not a distillery.
The efforts of Sir. J. P. Young to se
cure the play, "Hidden Hand." for to
nirht will be rewarded with a crowded
house. The play is of a very rare cast
Hereafter the shop whistle will blow
at 5;:;0 a. in. to awaken the hands in good
-
time. Our readers will take notice and
not mistake the whistle for a fire alarm-
It will be remembered thai some time
ago we made mention of a prize light to
occur in the yards. One of the comb.it-
ents was John O'Brien, who is built on
the pugilistic plan. Yesterday to satisfy
his muscular powers he came in contact
with a section man. There were several
blows exchanged, the section man coming
out victorious, and now pugilist O'Brien
lias withdrawn from the field as a hard
hitter, and expects to leave for another
land to end his days in happy bliss.
The largest farm in the world is not
in the northwest, but in Louisana. It con
tains l,5UU,UUi acres ot land, and is
owned and operated by a syndicate of
northern men. A Kansas man went down
to look at it the other day and would
have bought it, only the man who owned
the eight acre piece on the west wouldn't
sell, and the Kansas 'man said when he
bought a farm he wanted a farm, not a
New England truck patch. A western
farmer is never creed v for more land. He
only "wants what joins his own." Bur-
dette.
W. B. Short had a narrow escape from
being burned out last night. A fire was
started in an up-stairs room; shortly af
ter a noise was heard, and on going np
stairs thev discovered that a clotli bans
ing on a chair near a stove had caught
lire and burned. The carpet was also
on fire. By throwing on a few buckets
of water it was soon extinguished.
Luckily the loss was light, not exceeding
twenty dollars. Mr. Short carries insur
ance, and the loss will doubtless be paid.
The announcment that George C.
Miln the well known actor and orator
will lecture is enough in itself to insure a
packed house at Rockwood Hall next
Thursday evening. The subject chosen
for his lecture is, "Candles and Footlights
or, "The Church and The Stage as friendly
forces." As Mr. Miln has had both eccel
estial and dramatic experience his lecture
will undoubtably be interesting. The
lecture will be given for the benefit of
the Y. W. C. T. U. and tickets may be se
cured from the members. Admission has
been placed at 35 cents and all should
avail themselves of this opportunity to
help a good cause and hear one of the
brightest speakers that ever graced the
pulpit or tho stage.
Miss Evelyn v lse entertained an
"Old-fashioned euchre" partv at her
home on Eighth street, last evening.
Tbe invited guests were Misses Anderson,
Livingston, Petterson, Latham, Wayman.
Fullmer and Sherman, and Messrs. Pat
terson, Cutright, Eads, Moore, Hoot, Der
rick, G. and E. E. Zimmerman, and B. J.
Swindell, of Omaha. The most amusing
part of the evening" entertainment was
the serving of a cake in which there was
a darning needle and a tmall v:'iue cat.
Tho lady that drew the cat was destined
to a life of single blessedness; the unlucky I
drawer of the darning needle was con-1
..I
le mned tokeep the needle irom rusting
Aiemncu
fy the exclusive use of it. Miss Ander-
rfjon was tne lucisy cai-iiuiutr. iu.r. -m. j
.. , i a. l.m.. -l r t- I
ANOTHER CARNIVAL.
Arrangements Being Made for a
Coasting Carnival or Gigantic
Proportions.
The meeting at Kichey Bros.' lumber
ollice last night to appoint committees
and begin preparations for another coast
ing carnival, was largely attended and
quite enthusiastic.
It is the intention of tliose who have
the movement at heart ta give the grand
est coasting party of the winter, and ono
which will surpass those of Omaha or
Council HI ufts.
The gentlemen appointed on the var
ious committees are as follows, and arc
requested to meet at the council chamber
at 7 o'clock this evening :
Finance committee: Guy Livingston,
J. C. Hartigan, Harry Tarstch.
Advertising and invitation: G. F. S.
Burton, Clias. Dabb, J. W. Cutright, .las.
E. Knotts, M. M. Griflith, George Oliver.
Reception committee: Hairy Ritchie,
J. L. Minor, O. 1. Smith, Dr. E. W.Cook.
L. E. Skinner.
Illumination and Track: Frank Mc
Coy, Fruuk Clark, W. H. Leach, Walter
Holme, Fred Woodsou; S. C. Green,
Chairman.
General Arrangements: J. E. Marshall,
Ed. Dutton, Frank Richoy, E. M. Schle
gei, R. Geiiijfer, Cliff. Shepherd.
All traverses are required to register,
each traverse 50 cents. Register will be
open at Canutli's store Wednesday. In
vitations, are extended to Omaha, Lin-
clii, Council BlulTs and adjoining cities
The time for holding the carnival is set
for Saturday evening.
11. Gkixgkk, Pies.
E. M. Sculkgel, Sec.
AN UNOBSERVED LAW.
One that Is Violated by Nine-tenths
of Cass County Firms A
Heavy Penalty.
In the ttatutes of Nebraska, chapter Go
and sac. 27, is a found law which went in
to effect in 1875 and is still in good force
but which is not observed by more than
one-tenth of the business firms of the
county. Not because the law is object-
ional, either, but because the business
men are not aware of its existance. The
merchants of Douglas county have but
recently had their attention called to the
fact that they were not complying with
that provisioa in the the statute and
have generally complied with it, and it is
generally violated over tue state.
Section 27, chapter Go, of the statute,
reads:
That any association of persons doing
business in any county of this statu un
der a firm, partnership or corporate name
and not incorporated under the laws of
this state, shall have recorded in the
office of the county clerk of tlie county
where the place of business of said asso
ciation is located, a certificate signed by
each member of such association, show
ing, First: The firm, partnership or cor
porate name of such association. Second:
The general nature of the business there
of and the principal place of doing busi-
- ma -1 mi II 1
ness; ami, lnira: ine iuu name ana
residence of each individual member of
such lesociatioii-
Sec. 2!. Any person who diall for
the space of twenty days fail, neglect, or
refuse to comply with any ot the provi
sions of this act, shall, on conviction
thereof, be fined in any amount not ex
ceeding i? 1,000, and any fine so adjudged
azainst any member of any association
may be collected by execution from the
property of such association..
NEBRASKA CITY.
Full of Theives-
The following special telegram passed
through on tho wires last night from
tat backwoods village just down the
"big muddy" a few mil.
Neukaska City, Neb., Jan. 53. Ne
braska City is again overrun by sneak
theives. Nearly every merchant in the
city has reported to the police today a
ereater or less loss. The officers run in
eighteen tramps last night and eight to
day. Composition About a Cat.
The following is the composition writ-
ten by a small boy on the cat
The cat is a curious animal; it has four
feet and also four legs. Its head is at
one end of its body and its tail is at the
other. When it walks its head goes be
fore and its tail follows along behind.
Its front feet walks before and its hind
feet lks along lehnd. It is not good
for a cat to tie a bunch of firecrackers to
its tail. Cats can climb trees; dogs can t.
That is lucky for cats. When a dog gets
after them they can climb a tree, where
they can sass back without getting hurt.
You can't hit a cat. Once I threw a boot
and I hit an old rooster. The old rooster
he died, but the cat dldu't.
Hidden Hand.
The greatest street parade ever put on
by a hall show was given with the Cora
Van Tassel new "Hidden Hand" company.
Cora Van Tassel's new spectacular "Hid
den Hand," an intensely interesting story,
and excellent drama'ic company, with
beautiful scenery and a superrj tuiiitavy
band and operatic orchestra at the opera
house to-night.
Fire Atarm.
Fit ring a continuous ring for a gen-
crai nre alarm. Then a pause to locate
number of ward. Jsf ward, one tap of
On.l ,,.oi-r1 lirn Ihmv UrA urnril thrpp
"t --i- - . :
tapg; 4th ward, four taps. After desig-
H . , . f five ininut8.
to
-
the
PERSONAL.
T. Elliot was Omaha bound to-day.
.las. Patterson was in Omaha to-day.
F. W. Hatcdge took in the big city
to-day.
A. F. Coons, of David City, was in the
city today.
E. Oliver and wife were Omaha passen
ger this morning.
W. If. Newell and F. B. Shopp left
last night for Oxford.
Miss Grace Anderson wa an Omaha
passenger this morning.
Harry .Kuhney and Henry Baumann
took in the metropolis to-day.
gJK. G. Smith and wife.of Nebraska City,
are visiting tfceir brother, O. P. Smith.
Geo. Hillary returned this morning
from a'several weeks' stay at Wymore.
Dr. Cook i enjoying a visit from a
cousin, Mr. E. C. Fisher, of Clarinda, la,
Mrs. Jessie Isbell, of Omaha, daughter
of Allen Beeson, returned home last evening-
Judge A. N. Sullivan took the train
for Norfolk this morning, where he goes
on legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Campbell, Miss
Clara B. Paul, and Mr. Bornor, father of
Mrs.Campbell,werc Omaha visitors today
J. E. Wolcott of Akron, Ohio, nephew
of Hon. F. M. Wolcott of Weeping
Water, is in the city and will assist in
the telegraph oflice.
Remember the new photo gallery, dlt
The Freight-Rate Situation.
As yet the threatened war on freight
rates 1ms not opened, but the outlook for
peace is no more promising than it was
at the adjournment of the General Man
agers in Chicago last week. A. promi
nent W abash official remarked
that he was still hopeful, but it was hop
ing against hope. The Burlington would
be compelled to cut its live stock rate in
order to divide the business with the
Rock Island, and so soon as that cut was
made the Alton would step in and fight
for its portion of the divide. The Rock
Island would then come do irn, and the
the Burlington would retaliate with a cut
on other classes.
There is no particular change in the
fight between the Alton and the Wabash
It is quiet at this end. The Chicago
Times, in speaking of the war at that end
oi tne line, says: "lne auasn lias in
no instance, so far as learned, met the
rates of the Alton in the Chicago-St.
Louis territory. That is, the contracting
agents are taking freight pretty much on
their own basis of rates, but this is mere
guerrilla warfare, and is a scramble, not
a fight. In the matter of livestock rates,
St. Louis to Chicago, the Alton makes its
$ 10-a-car-load rate, the Wabash sticks to
$10.50, and give3 its rival the traffic. In
Toledo business it is the same. The Al
ton reduced the Wabash eastern rates;the
latter refused to follow, and the Alton
carries the freight. The Wabash has ta
ken an qwkward and most unexpected
course for its antagonists. It simply
ceased fighting, and if its competitors de
sire to force down figures their only al
ternative is to cut their own rates.
Qlo he-De m ocra t.
W. E. Cutler for photographs. dlt
Caught in tne Cub-Webs.
Hoof and Horn.
John F. Vallery went down to Platts
mouth, Saturday night, to attend a spec
ial meeting of the Independent Order of
Cob-Webs, for the purpose of initiating
C. F. McBeth, in the mysteries of the
order, The ceremonies were extended
until the "wee hours of the morn." Cob
Web hall was elegantly decorated for the
occasion, and the boys had a grand pic
nic, so says candidate McBeth. The
Plattsraouth Glee club rendered a number
of choice selections which added addi
tional mirth to ths occasion. Gran
Spider Smith, Chief Murphy, Grand Mas
ter of Ceremonies Pollock, assisted by
his able assistants, Phillips, Parmele,
Vallery and Grand Arsenal Derrick con
f erred the degree as highly as the Fea'h
er would allow, considering the feeble
condition of the candidate. Grand Med
ical Examiner Cook was in attendence to
affiliate in case of any accident. After
the ceremonies were concluded the mem
bers repaired to the banquet hall of the
order and did justice to an eleeant spread
of refreshments.
Mr. McBeth expresses much gratitude
for the kind, lenient and cordial treat
ment he received, and Cob-Web hall can
surely count oh him at all their meetings
that it is possible for him to attend.
At an adjourned meeting of tbe stock
holder of the Citizen's Bank, held Sat
urday night, the following officers and
directors were eleeted for the ensuing
year: C. II. Parmele, president; J. M.
j'attersoii, cashier; Jas. PntJcrsop jr.,assi-
tant cashier; directors: C. II. Parmele,
J. M. Patterson, jr., R. B. Windham, M.
3Iorrisey, A- A. Smith, Fred Gordor.
W. E. Cutler, an experienced photo
grapher, from Omaha, formerly with
Brown & Stephens, of Chicago, will open
Hie pfcoto gallery in the Carruth building
to-morrow All desirisg photos ant pic
tures of any kind or description should
Rose
tf
Real estate and abstracts,
dtf w. l
Wise.
Office room and house for rent, enquire
of E. G. Dovey fc Son. jiO-dlOt
lry O. I Smith & Co's Damask Rose
for Salt Rheum, Scrofulous sores, fetters
External Erysejielas, Rash, Itch, chafing I
oi inlantx Ac., a complete Household
itcmciiy. rso household should be with
out it. tf
lry O. P. Smith &, Cos K. of P.
Cologne Lasting and Fragrant. i-2 tf
New Goods.
OP.VY m. HeroM is receiving a new stock
of goods to supply the demand of his ex
tensive trade. . tf
Call
cigars.
on Thrclkeld & Barley for fine
dim
Go to the Monarch
good dish of ovsters.
Restrurant
lor a
d-1 m
Before purchasing your dress goods
call at Wm. Ilerold's.
3 tf
Fire insurance written in tho
Etna, Phoenix and Hartford by
Windham & Oavies.
Damask Rose the Gr-at Skin Cure and
Toilet article, Mfg. and sold by O. 1
Smith & Co. tf
New goods at Ilerold's.
j-23tf
r.Trs. Bsnnistor
Has opi ned a cutting school inconnoc
tion witli her dress-making, where ladies
may procure the latest improved tailor
system, snid to be the bi-t in use. Rooms
over Solomon Nathan's store. dl'Jt
Hay for Sale.
Three hundred tons of hay for sale for
cash, either delivered or on the ground.
Leave orders at Henry Weckb.uch's store.
Jan. . m3d&w L. Stiti.l.
UnowsE & Stkeiout will give you the
Dcst insurance in the city. Insure now,
don't wait until you are burned out.j21-l
Swedish Lingens, stock fish and all
kinds of fish or herring for Lent can be
had at jan21tf Weckbach & Co.
A.
bliLUVAN. Attorney at Law. Will
give immnt attention tn nil hiiMitPK in
trusted t(. !iim. Onu in t'nioa Uloek, East
E.
j, mud i..-, in. it., rnysician and -iir-
ueon. one dour wvnt ot HfnnpttV tmo
.iiice noisrs irom in to a. in. and irom 3 to 5
ani7to9j. in. Kt-siuMicp. comer Ninth ;u:d
Elm Htreets Mrs. Leviugs' house. Telephone
viiiuu dun uui:?c
Dissolution Notice.
I'i.a ptsmouth, Xel., Jan. 2, 1853.
Xnlice to tchiitn it niiiu concern-
Th firm known as Mo roe r Hros. ,V: Co . is this
day disolvi'U l,y mutual consent. The business
w in nercauer oe conducted by w. G. t L. J.
luercer. Known as iuerccr liros.
Dr. R. Nunn, M. D.,B Ch
Ti'.inity College, Dublin,
OCULIST. - AURIST, - THROAT
DISEASES.
Late Surgeon :t Western Ophthalmic and
As3it al lioyal Ophthalmia Hospital, London.
Ollice, Room 18, BarkerBlock : 10 a. 111. to 4 p.ni
Omaha, JN'ebraska.
Correspondence Punctually Answered.
C. F. SMITH.
Merchant Tailor
iveeps constancy on hand sample3 of the
best good?" to be procured. Is prepared to
make pants for $4.00 and upwards and suite for
tiu.ou.
Neatly and promptly done at the lowest
prices. Over Tetter Merges7 store, North Side
Mala Street.
K. B. Windham, John A. Da vies.
.Notary Public. Notary Public.
W1XDHAM & DAVIKS,
Aitornoys - at - Law.
Office over Bank of Cats County.
l'LATTSMOVTII, - - NEBRASKA.
GENUINE :-: SINGER
with high arm and vibrating shuttle,
sold on time. Easy payments or casli
F. J. BICKNBLL,
Manager Plattsmouth Branch
Dr. C. A- Marshall
W1
UUUJ--
"P?3i
rreseryation c f natural teeth a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by we of lMughing
Gns.
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
Fitzgerald's Block Plattsmouth. Xzp.
WHEN YOU WANT
-OF-
-CALL ON-
Cor. 12th aud Granite Street
Qontractor and Builder
Try O. P. Smith fc Cos Damask
for Chapped Hands and Lips
This Spaco
CLOSING 00 1 AT COST,
4,70u "Worth
OOTS
uBl
JVIut he
As I have, to kuve to take ciimw ol'niy Father's business in Ottuni-
Ava, on account of his continm .l
a suyi.ly of HOOTS and SHOES
Ladies' French Kid hand-turned 5-hors
Ladies' French Kid common seu.se shoes
Ladies' Curacoa Kid common sense shoes'
Ladies' Dongola hund-sewed shoes
Ladies' Glize dongola shties
Ladies' Straight goat .slices
Ladies' Best goat button shoes.' . . . . . . . . .
Ladies' Hand-sewed button shoes
Ladies7 Calf button shoes
Ladies' Oil grain button shoes '
Lad ies' Glove calf button shoes
Ladies' Dongola foxed button shoes.
Ladies' Grain button shoes
Red Cross School Shoe Reduced 25c apr.
Misses best Kid and Goat Sirin" hi ol
Men's best hand sewed shoes
Men's best Calf sewed shoe..
Men's beet Kangaroo sewed shoe
Men s best calf sewed shoe
Men's best congress or button slior?
Men's calf boots
Men's best kin boots
Men's Good kip boots
All Goods must
will find it tc yoiar
SOUTH SIDE MAIN.
I 5-
EI $
ka fib ii Li
a a
LureKa
mvai
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T. .J THOMAS
WHOLESALi: AND JlLTAIL OKALKK I.V
Beef, Pork, Mutfeu,
2 isrvit all to
Sugar Cured Meats. Hams. Ua
at lowest livino- ,,r;r.r- ii..
- 1 ' ' vx
AND ALL
HOUSEHOLD
KITCHEN. BED ROOM,
PARLOR FURNITURE.
lowest iJrioo3 113.
bo Convinced.
i?k fits T7-.
SIXTH STREET, BET. MAIN AND VINE
Jonathan Hatt
CITY MEAT HARICIT
PORK PACKERS and dkaleks in BUTTER AND LGGS
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AND VEAL
TITE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON 1IND
Sugar Cured Meats, Ham's. Bacon, Lard, &c.
ot our own make, The Lett brands of OYSTERS in , , ,7
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. bulk' al
2looervod for
vi the Uest Makes of
vr
elan fav
sold in
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ill health. Now ix U"- to l.-.v in
at
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.$5 00 l educed to $4 35
5 00
3 7 ri
4 50
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interest to call oarly.
CARRUTH BLOC:.
KB Fl fj
Veal
ou 1 try.
give rr.o a trial.
elf. 77!-ili f ! .,... ,
r..;i :..:. ' . ' ' " ' aD RDd Hulk
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your 1 :iirouji're.
KINDS OF
GOODS.
FI
:htore for
HALLWAYS, OFFICES.
tlao CJi-f-7-
Call
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Mil.
I'l-ATTSMOCTH, NEB.
J. VV. JMA,
Market.
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place to get
fairnwin men liid uaiuiu v in
give him a trial.
Sept. 12-Cm.