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SOTAKY IX OFFICE-
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surance Wiilten, !:e;il P-.tato Sold.
Bttr Fiiellitlri for niakin? Farm Loans tliai;
JLay Otiisr Agency.
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'olar' PuMlc. Notai-y Public.
.ttorxieys - sit - Law.
oace over Bank of Ca County.
Ropivjat tlie following
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Total Assets, SJ2.U3.T74
WHHH YOU WBT
Cor. 12tli au I Grnn?tc Strft..
Contractor and Btuldsr
Sept. 12 (Jtn.
Tho Babo Is All Right.
IS'KMiiii, Nth., April 18. The little
tlirte-yi.ar olJ wlikh fell into a seventy
eii;lit foot well Inst Saturday, ami le
mniiicd uutil Monday inoinin without
food or water until it could be du our,
is now out of danger, and will be run
ning about in a few days more.
Northwestern Switchmen Strike.
CiiKAiiO, April 18. The switchmen
who work nihta in tin; eouth branch
yhi-.Ls of th Northwestern raad struck
tonight, and the eijht or ten engines
which usually work in the yards alonq
Sixteenth street from the river to West
am avenue were idle. The principal
grievance of the men is said to be a
change in the yard master. So far as
known the matter has no connection
with the Burlington 1 rouble. Thirty
men are out.
Haddock Murder Revived.
Siocx Citv, Iowa, April 17.--The d2;id
body of a m ;n was found in the ice
.house of the Arcnsdorf brewery by Nick
Pauley this afternoon. The body was
immediately identified as that of Albert
Hid., who for nearly two years oecns
Monly did book-keeping or, odd jobs
about the brewery, and who is said to
h ive suddenly disappeared the week nf
t t the trial of Joha Arensdorf for tho
murder of lev. Dr. Il i'tdock. The body
lay in thu corner of t!i j. ice -house, and by
it-t ide a thirty-eight calibre self-cocking
revolver, which is identified by Ptulcy
an I otlier f.irrar employs of the brew
ery as the property of John Arentdorf.
The body was in a titling position ami
in ;i bully decomposed stub'. T1k; door
of the ice house was not lo k -d, and was
yery dark within. Piiuh-y wrcs cleaning
it out whe: he found th-j body.
lliilfz, or lf.-i!.. was a Oeruiau, about
l rty four y obi, of good educai ion.
but u l.iici. d t; drink, lie is said to b.;
well connect'. d in the old country ami
to h iv j a daughter in Kinsaa City. Tho
'.-: or. ci jury rrndered a verdict of sui-
Down go fiatos
dzit A'r , AriJ 1 . A. reduction of
lliroiigii i!it.;s from New York. Chicago,
rf:. Louis a:id tic.) .iliouii river to Col
orado points goes into effect tomorrow
oil nil the roads. This is the i .-suit of
tho meeting of uianug n at Kansas City
o.i Tui'id;y, the object being to meet the
competition of the new Tort Worth &
D.'uver road, which in connectif n with
the Morgan lino of steamers at Galvostou
made through r?tes from New York to
Denver 23 per cent below thoss of the
transcontinental route. Under the new
arrangement the rata on first-class freight
from Chicago to Co orado points will be
$1.80, instead of $2.45. and a propor
tionate reduction is made on other classes.
Lumber rates will be forty cents from
Chicago and twenty -five cents from the
Missouri river. The new rates will rpply
to both ea.-t and west bound traffic.
The western states passenger associa
tion at a meeting here today agreed upon
a rate of one fare for the round trip for
the anuual meeting of the national educa
tional association to be held in San Fran
cisco July 17-20. Like rates were made
for the republican and democratic na
tional conventions and other similar
The Dead Senator.
t;w York, Apri' 13. Mrs. Conkling
and Mrs. Oakman viye kneeling at the
bedside of Conkling when he died. Mrs.
Conkling had h ;r baud clasped in his.
Mrc, Conkling left the room when the
face of tuo uc4 senit or was covered, and
went to her own room and fell exhausted
on the lounge. At 4 o'clock the under
takers call-.t f.l ths lious3 and laid out
the body. A tho embalming of the
remains this morning t!;ey rtill be dressed
and placed m a coilui.
This iiicining it was announced to
members of the press that the funeral ser
vices will be held over the doad ex sena
tor's ro:u lots Friday morning in Trinity
chap. Friday afternoon the remains
will b; taken to. iien. N. Y., where fun
eral services- will also be held in Cavalry
chapel Saturday aft -moon. Pall bearers
selects. d :ire: JudgJ Shipman, Abrstn S.
IK-wilt, C. L. M. Iitrlnw, Clarence A.
rk'was-d, Mmtoa Marble. Senator John C.
Jones, Senator Don Cameron, William J.
Wallace, Walker Church and Isaac C.
Biib'Y. This morning the body was em-
j balnird and placed in t'le casket.
The interment will le at L:ica, wiiere
t!io pi:.!ic; -d fun-T-il s-rvicrs will be hfld
iK-xt Saturday. The s,'?rt service in this
ci"y is for the pnrpos.; of aeeoiuruodting
his. many friends ia the city and from
Washington. In this city and Brooklyu
p.ags are Hying at half-mast on the Tcity
hall and other public buddings. A
thousand or more tei'grauis and letters
of conlolence have lctn received.
A Hllit, a pt.viEa, I kr.gw not what, hu crerf
i p in my r'-i'l i"s::
Cor.io v r;: ', reiii-.it. am -f ral toucS cf sorrow or
r : . .j.I.io -s;
A f. cr t'.. ;t I ; not f .'.ir, a p-'a that haj not tjala'fi
i t :.ce;
A 6"-' -f f l -.':;ia, or of Iiih, ia come for.-;;cn?
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A s::'' ! li'irt that never jc: las writ tor tovtftin
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boi! ;!i i;s i :' ! -i.
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i:i a Ills )-n fi'tii n-v.
A cert li.i J !""! ruii set: I Kti:'.r:i cf ZT. Vrrt
wns :o il! n s!:o: t I . ;.;o t'.r.t ;I:o rep--.rler::
S'l ;!.m "'. walth":it bi.i ho:i--. ;.:i.l one
of tlio'ii j.iv.:-.;:-c il .". half coi;i;n:i .b;ti:pr- of
fiKii, s!:ct;.ii!:i:7 l.i i trait;: r.r. l cri-vr. The
pr.X'siiuvnt rli'wti !iu;it.o::c1 to recover from
Li.i iiluf-ss, !.;? o'.bcr day, t.y a v in ioes
ffine:i'.C'!i:itio:i r.f Miii.O'.rs, i:3 c.-iiuj i:tlo j)3-s-.-K
;io:i f t'.mi". obituary ::!:-te:i, u:,l -!::;:;'.vn
t it-: writer. II-. rhr-anli into liiinirt h", c'.il
v.a re:'.dy to liu'.t irja J.c.'o to hi.;o in, when
he saw the si::u to v lilca l o p.d Leen rwlueed
by tho obituary v. rite:, anil t ho fce.lures of
his l:f t!:at li.il l.-ee.i i'iv;r.i-.-il Cor pro5"r!t.a
jioti to the vr.bSie as eoo:i im Lo had lo. l his
i.roith. Bat tho j.ro::ii:io::t citi.i a tlius
l"a;-i:!'l how l:o hoU;l to an olisorvant ro
j"rf -tor, ami which of foa'.ar.-s w..ro con.
sii'.erei e.s inlt i-.ti::.t to tho piUx The
!:nowic?i.;e of Limr-eii' oht.iinri by tho prom
c'.ih'MW in Ihh we. y lias rJretidy aided in
oiirgins his var.it v. New York iuiu
V. Iiy ?rri Arc? IJ.-.l.J.
We have not ie?J nn r.rt ic3r noini; the rounds
oft!iO papers w'li'h says: 4A l'ouLkeepsIc?
barber s;y:; tlmt eicht out of ten l.ien aro
l:aM :-:0-.v:-.(! ivs, .".ii:! i:c r.ttribu'o.s it to foi.l
adultti-;;t:ou." It i.; iioi-blr.?: cf t!:a kind. It
is tho wool hat fir.-t worn whe n Kocsath firt
earr.0 to th3 United Stntca, zv. vhieh was
never fit for a. man to put o:i his h.ad. It is
hot and air ti jht, eaasc.5 Leadac!;a r.n-.l l.ss
of Lair. Tho "plu- hat" is airy, end its roof
is so hih that tliv.' aet ion t.f tho sun i;iiot ejt
to ii:nr. diatt-ly nffect tlio brain. It is t!:9
most Mtn.siblo hat; yet ;'uvei:tod, unless it bo a
straw hut for summer. Idaho fcJtu teaman.
A liloonalra I5pj;i:ir.lngf.
John W. Maekay doe3 not appear to be
randii of tho common clay of which most
millionaires are compered. A 'nriier in Tho
Sait I.iko Tribuuo onco hoard tho bonanza,
km.j say wi:en ft strilre v.-.is tLi-er.teiied in
Virgiuiii Cityi '"I aixi sorry that th.cso men,
wlio aro receiving i?l n. day, do not save more
of their money. I roiie.l recks ia Yuba
river fourteen Lours a day for months fit a
time, and went to camp every night soaked
to tho bone, and did not average? C-2 a day,
but no ever found mo quito broke or ever
heard mo complain." Chicago Tribune.
152r-.:n:i'clt i:vd His Iirainly,
"Cismsrelr is fai-t bre aking up,' aa
observant physician. "I havo road in tl.o
medical papers that ho has lately taken to
suotainin.-; Limsoif on l-rraidy. Tina ia a bad
sign. Whoa a German at home cea.V3 to Lo
stimulated by beer aud h:is to :lrir.k alcohol
bis i-hysiciaa begins to think there is some
thing seriously tho matter with hi:r. ThL'..
taKen with the laet that somo oi Ir.s la'.e
speeches have been almost incoherent, makes
me believo that he is ia danger of scon fol
lowing his great master." New York Press.
Phosphate of calcium, one of the most im
portant component parts of tho teeth, 13
readily dissolved ia salicylio acid, which en
ters into the composition of a largo number
of tooth washes and powders. Dentists who
havo experimented with it cay that if a
sound tooth is allowed to remain iirteea min
utes in a comparatively weak solution cf this
acid it loses its gloss and tho enamel is to
tally destroyed. Heneo this acid should bo
avoided ia the nianufacturo of preparatxoua
for the teeth. Globe-Democrat.
The Five Big Dailies.
Mr. George P. Howell, of New York, who
is authority cn such matters, in an address
before tho American 3N ewspapcr Publishers'
association at Indianapolis, proved that fivo
newspapers issue more than onc-se vonth of the
total edition of all tho daily papers printed.
The daily newspapers in the United States
now number about 1,400; consequently, the
five which were referred to must each sell an
average edition 200 times greater than the
average of the others. Frank Leslie's.
Customs in Madtg.-.scar.
The Malagasians have no family names,
but they have a singular custom of taking
the names of their eldest children with tho
prefix raini, "father of," or Teai, "mother
of," so and to. This custom is doubtless
owing to excessive parental pride, such as
was expressed by tho Roman matron Corne
lia when she said: "Call me not Seiko's
daughter ; call me the mother of tho Gracchi."
CliHseil tjy a Wo!
A gypsy musician in Hungary, going from
one viilago to another, was closely followed
by a largo wolf. Suddenly a happy thought
occurred and ha blew his bora with all tho
energy of despair'. Tho uarioa tpak jinrac??
di.at-3 ctTectr Ilia unwelcome attendant
squatted down and bowled piteously, as
dogs will wiieu they bear music, and the
gypsy get away ia safety. Ciaeago Herald.
ASloi!p5'al for XSlrd.
A hospital for the treatment of sick or dis
abled birds has beea opened ia Chicago, and
there are already a number cf feathered pa
tients undergoing treatment in it. All the
birds receive, besides, their mediciaef a daily
Turkish bath, and are rubbed down with ix
solution cf qaiuine and morphine. New York
Tho Strike Ended.
7lAN55 City, Mo., April 13. The
strike of th switch-tenders" and yard
nrn of the Hannibal & St. Joe and St.
Joe & Council BUiiTs ended today at 1
o'clock. A committee of strikers called
on Superintendent Pish and rtq-tested
the r.iiutatunent of James Wilson and
the discharge J. N. Hdlyheim, the night
yftrdmaster. This was refused. At a
later conference the n;tn agreed to re
turn to work if Wilson was placed at
work, the matter of Mullyheim Ining
Ring soft across the dying clay,
Acreus tlio tiiabor tinted hay,
Tl: meadow hushed with sunnet ray
I'.iu;; out, ami ilout and melt away,
Tho day of toil seems iong ago,
V.'hilfl through tho deepening vesper glO'f,
Fur up where holy lilies blow.
The bec9ui"K boll not ex rise and Mow,
Through dazzling curtains of the west,
V pec a Klirinu In roses dressed,
Au.l lifted hili, in vision blest.
Our every' heart throb is confessed,
O, has an angel touched the bell,
For now upon its parting swell,
All sorrow teems to sing farewell;
There falls a pence no words can tell
Frances L. llaee.
RIDING IN MEXICO.
Lighting a Cigurette While Sltt:-y nn a
Ducking; ITcrse . !.e . t.. i t-i i..
The great feature of all Mexican ridinfc is
looseness of their scat. It is all done un
balance. And when I say "all'' it means a
wonderful deal. I have seen a Mexican
named Louis to be sure ho was accredited
to bo the? best rider out there, and for my
own part 1 cannot conceive that there cau
be a better ia tho world I have seen that
man ctojjs his legs over tho horn of the big
Mexican saddle, and, throwing tho reins oa
the neck of tho horse, calmly roll a cigarette
while the horse bucked up and down with
i know it is asking a great deal to expeet
credence for such a feat as this, but yet,
when wo consider tho pitch of perfection
reached by circus riders among pur own
countrymen, the very much higher degree of
excellence attained by one remarkable man
out of a nation whose members wo may also
say aro bora on horseback, is not so, alto
gether beyond tho pros,ci of belief though
there is of course an enormous diiTeroace Iks
t ween riding tho trained things ia a circus
and tho mustangs caught wild upon the
praries. Tho Mexican Eaddle, with its great
:-:tirrups and tho horn oa which tho lasso
hangs, gives, of course, very many good
points d'uppni; but the performances of these
Mexicans c-n bare back aro wor.dej-fyil jjCiUh.
You gee a hci-d iX wild horses driven
through the narrow pass of tho cts'ral. Your
Mexican, with a hair roiie in his Lend, will
drop from tho beam above upon the bask of
the horso it is 'wished to reclaim to domestic
In an instant Lo is away, snorting, bellow
ing, poaiUvcly shrieking with terror, in tho
midst of tho thundering stampede of his fel
low?, who are scarce less terrilied than Li:a
"e'f. ITe cannot buck, while the herd presses
closely upon bin. The Mexican leans for
ward with tho ro;w in both hand-, passes it
over tho horse's head iato tho wide open
mouth, and forces i behind Lis teeth. Then
ho lakes a t'J'"ti with it under the lower jaw,
and there he has Lini bitted and bridled.
After a lilllo over half an Lour he comes
back with him broken; not "so that a child
could rido hini,;' but so that a Mexican can.
Of course they arc small horses, J cannot
say how the ilexieana would faro with ono of
those big Australian bucket's. They main
tain, however, that this loose seat of theirs
does not irritate a horse ia tho way a grip
with tho knees does; and this I fully believo,
Further than that, 1 fancy tho solution of the
mystery about those horses which will go
quietly enough with a lady, though a man
can hardly ride them, is to bo sought rather
in tho method of tho lady's seat than, as. is
commonly thought, in the superior delicacy
of her'fair hands. Murray's Magazine.
Life at the North role.
If they ever find the North Pole and it bo
comes colonized, they're going to have an
awful time of it. They will have daylight
six months and dark six months out of, tho
year. The great check on immorality is day
light. There ia a certain limit of trouble and
ingenuity beyond which immorality will not
go. The limit is far enough oflf at the best,
but if it were night for six mouths on end
what would become of us? llusbands would
never go home at all. Parties would only be
divided by the time necessary to recruit ex
hausted nature; a woman would need new
dress every four hours luxi&uao she couldn't
go to moro than t wo parties in the same dress,
and it would be an awful hardship to do even
that. They would say:
"Why, do look at Mrs. . She wore
that same dress at the Smiths just ten hours
"Are you going lo the theatre now?"
"No; I saw tho piece already to-night."
"What time is it?"
"Don't know, but I put you to bed in a
miserable condition six hours since, and we
are dne at tlio Jones'."
"Well, wait till I get my breakfast or supr
per or dinner; which is it anyhow?1 -
"Don't remember; it is my 110th meal this
"Don't light the gas yet. I only saved Cl,
000,000, and that gas bill is getting prodis
ions. A new dress? That's the fifteenth in
"Great Scott! tho meter's busted end tho
electric wire's broken. Where are nry boots f
San Francisco Chroniclo "Undertones."
H.iblta of the Ostrich.
The supposition that an ostrich lays but
ono egg annually, and drops that carelessly
in the sand, is nonsense. So also is the fam
iliar story that the bird is in tho habit of
poking his Lead in tbo sar.J, thinking that is
may thu3 escape the observation of its pur
raer. The ostrich is no such fooL The fe
male lays as many eggs annually as any
goose or hen, and all the birds in tho flock
use the samo nest, which is a holo dag in the,
sand in some secluded plac? wh6f they nry
safe frotn disturbance. When there are
tweaty or thirty eggs the male bird batches
them, Eitting upon the nest continually for
thirty days, and is fed meantime by the fe
males. Daring the period of incubation tho
male bird is ia an ugly mood and attacks
fiercely with his bill and feet any man or
animal that approaches Liax As the chicks
are hatched their mothers take caro of them,
tho brood being divided among the flock by
some instinct, and tho cock is free to attend
to his own affairs again. Very often egg3
are found oa the pampas, but sach have been
dropped in the chase or by bens that have
jeeu uaatle to reach tho nest. Bkiladclpbia
Tho DryligM Store.
Just ufter our inventory, we reduce
prices 'o sell tho goods rather Hum lo
carry over. Wo are willing to sell our
entire Winter Goods at coht. Staples we
have a large, quantity and offer them
very low. Calicos !J to 5 cents per yard,
making the best standard of them ut 20
yards for $1.00. .Gingham bct.t drct-s
styles 1 0 cents per yard. Dress giods
all kinds at the very loweht prices, from
5 cents per ynrd upward. Woolen hose
we oiler at cost, extra fne. Ladies cash
mere hose, worth $1.00, now 75 cents,
line heavy wool 40 tents, now 25; child
ren's fine ribbed worth 50, now U0. Un
der wear must go at lov prices, us wo
will not keep them over.
Our Gents Silver Grey Merino Shirts
..... .. .I.-, . iij.i pucvs 00 now "5.
Our Gents Silver grey inarino thirts
and drawers, extra quality-75 now 50.
Our Scarlet all wool shuts and draw
ers fine quality $1.00 now 75 cents.
Our scarlet all wool shirts and draw
ers, fine quality $1.25 now 1.00.
Our scarlet all-wool shirts and draw
ers, line quality 1.75 now 1,25.
OlT scarlet all-wool shirts and draw
ers, fine quality $2.00 now 1.40.
ladies' - Uiif.irtvcar.
EQUALLY AS CIIKAP.
Our 23 per cent, discount on cloaks, is
still good. We ore determined to closu
out our entire stock and never hcfoio
has eucIi an opportunity bee n offen d to
economical buyers to purchase the befct
qualities for so little money.
Joseph V. Weekhaeh.
Solomon & latiian.
2nT otic :el
As per previous announcement, we had
fully determined to discontinue business in
Plattsmouth and so advertised accordingly and
now, as satisfactory arrangements have been
perfected for the continuance ot same under the
management of Sir. J. Fi:iley and i). F. kuflf
nei as book-keeper and cashier, we herewith
notify our friends and patrons of our final de
cision and kindly solicit a continuance of your
kind patronage, so treely extended during the
past sixteen years, by the addition of compe
tent clerical force.
. On account of Mr. Solomon Raving the
city and by the adoption of the stkicti.y
ne-Price System, J
Courteous treatment, and an elegant new
We trust to merit your good will and patron
V Eli V " RESFECTF ULL Y,
H. P. Whisler's,
The City Bakery,
! Home Made Bread.
lie hss pre.-ured the ervic-of I. .1. Kirayer,
of Oni:iT:a. whose specialty is i making
tins liglif, easily digested.
3KTT) TBITIOTJS BREAD
Purchase a five or ten cent loaf and you will be
convinced of bs luer.U.
nsrzaw ice hvleust
We have our house fli!td v. ilh
A FINK QUALITY OF ICE.
And are prepared to deliver It dai:v tooureus-t'.Miit-is
iu any quantity desired.
ALL 0EDSES PROMPTLY. FILLED.
Loae orders with
At (tore on Sixth Street. We ii;nlc a Spec
And Loading Cars for tcrn:s sect oa or
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