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JAY 11, 1SS8.
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S:i't. f Pull. School.
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lODNK No. II'',. 1 t. O. F. -Meets
-'every I i-.-I:iy evemiiK or earn wcck. ah
lr:ti..-! :it brothers are rci-peetluliy luvileu to
tlLATTMOOH KNCA M I'MEXT No. 3. I.O.
ii !' n in ihtv alternate Friday In
eaHi liionth in the Ma-onic Hall. Visiting
l'.rotlirrs are i.iviicil to attend.
fPKIO l.i)!(iK XD. Hi. A. O. U. W. Moots
cvitv ;i!''Tii:it Friday eveiihiK at K. of r
li-ill 'I r n.,i.-ni hn.Ihrrs iirt- rcslieetf ully ln
ited toaitfiid. K..I Morgan, MaslerWorkman ;
! I'.nr.-fir.t . 1-. rT':m : I-ranK iir-A ii. tiver-
rpT : I. It.iwfii. ; little ; ti'.i(;i; llou.sworth.
It, r.li-r : II. .1. .I-iIiiisiiii. Financier ; Na-h.
Umitli. Keceiw r ; M. May lrii;hl. I'at M. W
Tu'-'-i M.iuuh-rty, InsUle liuard.
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mi No.:::!' MODEItN woomk
t i..ri,-. i M.-.-ts second and fourth Mou
A :tv f t ' at K. of 1'. nail. Ail transient
l.r..l,,.u '.Il'if Stftl tl) meet with ii. I.. A
Nauru Tier. Vi:-rablo Consul ; . K, Nile.
Woniiy Adviser ; M, It. SmUn, Ex-Hanker;
C. Witl.-H-;. Clerk.
1L vTrsvm; in i.oim;e no.h, a.o. v. tv.
Mfft every alternate Friday evening at
Iroekwo.id hill al soVl.iCK. AH transit-lit broth-
ifullv hiitetl attend. L. s
i .:irn. M. W. : F. Lovd. Foreman: S. C.
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer,
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..(Quarter Master SeiKt.
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INSURANCE 2GEN TS
Represent the following time
trieJ aii'l lire-tested companies:
American Ceutrat-S. Louis, Assets $1,253,100
Commercial Uuion-EnKland, " 2.S96.3H
I-'ir.? Aisoclatioa-Phlladeluliia. 4,4I5T
Frauklin-rUiladelpiila, " 3.117.10C
lio:ne-Xew York. 7.Si5,5(9
1m. C .if Vortli America, Phil. " 8.474.3C2
Uv.T) oli London & ;iobe-Kng " C,6.WJl
Nortli Itritih .t Mereanti!e-En " 3.378,754
yorwich rnioa-Eiland. " 1.245.4M
B;i i!!ifl l F. A M, -Springfield, " 3.044.015
Total Assets, $12,115,774
L8335 A53aste! M PaiiattMsAgeicy
Car. 12th :md Granite Streets.
t o my care.
to ail Busineea F.atrut-
XOTAHY IV OFFICE.
Tit'e- Kxamlned. Atstarct Compiled, In
surr.ace Vi'rilten, Real Estate Sold.
Eetter Facilities for making Farm Ians than
tiv Othcx Ageacjv
K. B. WINDHAM. JOHN A. DAV1ES,
'otar' rublic. Notary Public.
TTIXOH AM WAVIK8,
attorneys - at - Law.
Office over liank of Cas County.
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
IVHEii YOU WANT
Rock ford. III., May 11. A cyclone
truck the ' village of Pecatonic lat
night wrecking several houses nml innuni-
ralile outbuildings. One woman anil three
children wer injured, but uo one fatally,
by flying timbers. Tke storm came all
the way from Freeport, accompanying
the evening train part of the distance,
and causing havoc along the line.
Montoomkky, Ala., May 10. The state
demacrat convention adjouraed today
after completing its work. The platform
strongly endorses President Cleveland,
and especially his action te secure reform
and the reduction of the tariff, and in
structs the delegates to vote for his re-
nomination. The tariff plank is aa fol
lows: "We are unalterably opposed to
the war tariff. We demand rsferm of
the tariff, and reduction f the surplus in
the treasury by a reduction of tariff tax-
They Endorse Cleveland.
Xashvilmc, Teun., May 10. The dem
ocratic stnte convention rcassembleu at y
o'clock tins mornhisr. A resolution was
introduced rriticfoiii'r President Cleveland
for allowing republicans to remain in of
lice and promptly tabled. A. M. Loouey
and Captain John 11. Goodwin were st
ected fer delegates at large to the na
tional convention. Th committee to
draw up a platform made their report in
which they heartily endorsed President
Cleveland's administration; the presi
dent's message to congress, and the man
agement of affairs in Tennessee during
the last two vears. The rcpert was
adopted amid great enthusiasm.
An Illinois Farmer Aids the Court
to Settle a Trivial Matter-
Bkecueu, City, III , May 11. A triple
tragedy was enacted in ths country near
here last evening. Henry Miller and
William Oderbelt, ui mars, had a lawsuit
oyer a trivial matter, and Miller, the
loser, swore he would eet even. After
the trial Miller, true to his word, shoul
dcred his rifle aul went to a fild where
L. C. Kinsar, one of Oderholt's witnesses,
was plourrhins. Miller first killad Ein-
sey's horse, and then shot Kinsey twice
inflicting mortal wounds. ' Then the lat
ter went to another field where Oderhelt
was nt work. Oderholt's herse was first
slain br Miller and the Oderholt him
self. It is supposed that Kinsey and
Oderholt attempted to shield themselves
behind their horses, When revenge was
complete Miller proceeded t;o a hut which
served as his home, and after setting the
nlace afire blew his own brains out. His
blackened corpse was found in the debris.
?esida him lav two cruns and a bowie
knife, Miller was a foreigner, forty
years old, and iij-jd alone. Kinsey and
Oderholt were among the icojj respected
citizens of the ceunty.
Arrest of Liberals In Cuba.
Havana, May 10. The Captain-Gen
eral's decree, placing the island in a state
of siege in cei'n dj.sM03 is producing
the results mentioned ns fikc-i is ake
place that is, it would be applied as a
means of suppressing or oyer awing the
liberal pcrjy, and such is now being the
case. At aiaciruga, a wii.cip piace aooui
eighteen miles from Matanzas. ttie iel
estate owners, Antonia Silva and Santia
go Montera, as also Payliene Gutierrez,
in commercial Iniiiucss. all three liberals,
were arrested and brought to this city,
where they were placed in confinement in
the fortress of the Cabanna. The pretext is
that they yere jrj correspondence with the
kidnapers, but ns they are ivt?t of high
reputation, and have been before mal
treated by yovernui?nt oftlejsls, owing to
their liberal views, it is evident that they
are now persecuted for the same reason.
Gutierrez is an Austrian, or from Spain,
which makes his offense greater in the
eyea of the governor general. The may
or. Jose Fernaude, asd peputy Mayor
Gregorio Inchanstieta. both Spaniards, pi
the town ef Madruga, having renounced
their positions, they have been replaced
by the captain general by two men nam
ed Granada, wi.e vere six months ago
accused of being the patrous pi friends
f the highwayman Lengere Remero.
Cuba it certainly progressing, and the
state of liege is trcrking wonders. In
Matanzas two kidnapers were shot Trifh'P
the past fifteen days, and in an encounter
this week one more was killed and anoth
er wounded and taken prisoner.
"It Is claimed by the balloonist, Baldwin,
that he has dropped 5,000 feet from a balloon
with a parachute. I shall drop at least
10,000 feet, and shall attempt what no other
balloonist ever did. I shall drop with the
chute closed, loaving it entirely to the air to
open the chute.
Bo said Edward D. Hogan to a group of
newspaper men, who assembled one morning
not long ago on a largo vacant lot northwest
of town to see him make his foolhardy
venture. Ilogan is a local aeronaut. He
was for fourteen years employed in a plan
ing mill here, and only during the last four
years has devoted himself to ballooning as a
profession, lie has studied the subjoct thor
oughly, however, for many years, having
from childhood taken the keenest interest
and delight in the science of sailing airships.
lie rigged up a workshop at his home, and
there he spent every spare moment expei-i
mentiug in the constructing of balloons, and
on every possible occasion bad inude an
ascension, frequently going up to consider
"There is no use," he said, "of my attempt
ing to do anything unless 1 can beat all pre
vious records and fall further than any living
man. A few hundred feet less or a few hun
dred feet more will count nothing for me. I
must at least double the distance."
lie reieated this talk when getting his
car ready, and at t:.'55 the balloon ascended.
A-s the balloon left the earth ono of the guy
ropes holding tliu chute bi oue.
it tlrscnoe tins tmrticuiar "cliute" it is
only tiiNif -sary to imagine a white globe
twenty ftet in diameter, cut through the
:c':ter; in thin way you liuve two iMiiachutes,
the professor only having one. It contained
10) var.is of stout cloth. It is not unlike a
n:-ii:imolh umbrella without a stick, Ih
IiI'ucch being flexible cords running down
tnenty-fivo feet, and fastening to an 'iron
riii-x two feet in diameter. The other conh-
all run clear up to the seams of the "chute.
so they cannot give way. This parachute
was fastened to the outside of the ho!, air bal
loon in a fverpendicular form by a cord.
When the balloon wus at the proper height
the rrofessor intended to take hold of the
iron ring, swing clear from the balloon, de
pend on the air to inflate the "chute," and
take his chances of reaching terra firmn in
safety. The balloon was inflated by 00,001
fut-t of hot air, balloon, parachute and ap
imratus for inflating the balloon all being of
Mr. Hogan's own manufacture. As hr
stepped in the car and gave orders for the
ropes holding the balloon to the ground to
be cast off, the prof ossor said to the corre
spondent, who took what the latter believed
to be dual leave of a daring and reckless
"Aly balloon ought to take me up two
miles at least. The parachute won't inflate
inside of 300 feet from the time I leave the
balloon. This distanc-- will occupy three
seconds, aftar that I expect to come down all
right inside of one minute and thirty seconds.
Let her go."
At the word the ropes were cut and the
monster went sailing upward.
"The chute's guy has broken," cried Ilogan
instantly. "I'll have to .come down and
start over." As soon as possible Hogan de
scended. 'Til go up again in an hour," he
THE SECOND TRIAL.
The second trial was a success. The bal
loon shot up almost straight to a distance of
fully 10,000 feet. It then settled about 400
feet and hung like a ball in the heavens. The
anxious and excited crowd of people "on the
grdund watched the balloon with bated
breath. The reporters were provided with
powerful glassesj and saw Hogan make ready
'He'll weaken, said some one.
"No," cried another, "he Is getting out."
The chute was closed. Hogan drew it up
till he reached the ropes to which he lashed
himself. He did not expect the chute to open
for the first 200 or 300 feet, and he was afraid
tie niigh j; be shaken fQff ths bar by the rapidity
of the fall unless he took tho' precaution to
fasten himself. When he stepped on the edge
of tho car to spring off into space some of the
spectators grew pale and sick. Surely this
daring man was going to certain death.
A shout of terror goes up. Hogan has
iuiuDed. Down like a cannon ball he fell for
ioO'tect. 'Thd cht? has not yet ooened.
Dowii it came like a gigantic elongated' bird.
He was falling like a meteor, and the specta
tors shut their eyes while still keeping their
glasses elevated. Suddenly a shout goes up.
The chute has caught the air. It opens like
tow ig3 cf a monster eagle. Hogan's flight
downward was almost stopped (with a jerk.
Then the chute settles down to a steady
journey earthward 'with Its passenger, and
n tyres minutes from the time the reckless
man left the balloon be lauded safely in an
open ncid some uttie distance irom where
the ascent was made.
Correspondent was almost the first to grasp
the hand of the aeronaut.
"I lost my breath," said he, "when I 6hot
fkwn, so fast, but I caught it again after a
time.' It was a great jurr,p, wasn't 5 J I"
Professor Hogan was smeared with smut.
lie had never seen a man jump with a cbuta
He was much disappointed at the slow time
made, expecting to come down hi ninety sec
onds. The eute was twenty feet in diameter.
I guarded against by means of
a four in
In the apex. He was over
xmgratolations, and was quite
hour. Jackson (Mich.) Cor.
Moonsniner pespjed from Officers
Ltxchburo, Va., May 10 United
btates revenue omcers arrested a moon
shiner. George Hale, at Rocky Mount-
Franklin county, yesterday,' while he
jyaj peddling illicit whisky from an cart.
While on the way to the jail the guards
were overpowered by a .crowd of 150
men and the prisoner wa? released. The
qSicers were threatened if pursuit should
be attempted, and tle rescued prisoner
was carried to the mountains amid wild
shouts. No pursuit was made.
the Experience When
Cm First Face It.
-a nothing to correspond with the
experienced by a soldier under fire.
e, for instance, the average man, the
ji who is neither very brave nor a great
cowarth. In all his lifo he could scarcely
have had any sensation to compare with that
of hearing the ping of the first bullet of an
There is a spiteful sound as the ball sings
by the ear, or a spitting sound as it cuU a
twi;? above the soldier's head.
Then there is a disagreeable searching
sound as tho shell comes in spirals, as if to
twist itself into his vitals. No man knows
until he has once leen under firo whether ho
can derieud upon himself or not. With tho
majority it at onco becomes a struggle be
tween prj.de, will, a natural desire to stand
up and be a man, and a natural temptation
to 11 inch.
There is a wonderful readjustment of tho
standing of officers ami men in a command
after tho first light. A number who have
been regarded the best men lose their high
places in a twinkling, and hero aud there
some one of whom not' ing wr.j cr n: 1
steps right up to too li out.
Some men who will face any amount of
musketry firing can't stand the sound of a
sneii; and vice versa. It is a mistake to snn
poso that a soldier gets used to "fire"' by being
exposed in a number of battles. With each
oaine no becomes more timid.
xec veterans are more to bo depended
upon thau raw troops. This is partly be
cause they aro better disciplined, partly be
cause they have gono through similar scenes.
and partly because they are more reliant on
eacu oilier uud their ofiicers.
" 13 " "o, men win in a measure get used
to fire by being long exposed to it, as at
Vicksburg. There tho Union troops were
uuuci u continued regular lire for months.
Being for tho most part well protected, thev
o. iuJt, mwfcucua aid comparatively
little damage, and tho nroiY-ctilrt -uri.i.
curved in tho air to light among them did
not excite anything like the trei.id.if i..,.
Minuar nrsj snot would excite out on an oicn
1x.11. in umer worcu, tney became in
measure accustomed to the bombs
Bravery, as it is usuallv iin.Wi
o J. m-jKimuui, upon puysical conditions,
mid is supposed by some physicians to come
from the action of tho heart
Napoleon I that under tho most profound ex-
iu which c, on ino eve of battle, his pulso never
ranabovo some forty to fiftv hont.a i.
minute, whereas tho average pulse of adults
is about seventy.
IV hether bravery is tho result of t.1.vK.v.i
condition or no, it is certain that it. l .:.
easier for some men to be brave than other'
and many hold that all men aro cowards at
neart. At any rate Frederick the
said that a man who has never felt fp.nr i,
never snuffed a candle with bis finders.
mo coming emperor is of a sullen
mold. The young crown princo stalked
out of the big Friodcrich street station
the other night and faced a multitude of
men who were waiting for a chance to
cheer the soldier idol who is to succeed
the present invalid. Prince Williani
seemed then not pretty, but tall, surly,
magnificent and intent. "Soldiers are
made to fight," he says. Bismarck's plea
has been that in this empire soldiers were
made to preserve the peaco by convincing
the enemies of Germany that it wouh,
h.Dt be wise to maica war. At an pm-lv
day the young crown prince will ascend
the throne, and then tho world will see
what the 2.000.000 soldiers of Germany
were created for. They worship this
moody, resentful prince, these 2.000,000
fighters He is not yet 30: ha hates the
English: he detests the Russians; his
power will be absolute and unaampered
Caricatures tt King William.
I remarked a curious ideal -j volition of
the king of Prussia on my Jvay from
Paris. There I saw portraits proving
sad change from my bland ind bloade ld
gentleman jf IS67 His eya had becoma
ferocious, hi3 nose corvine, his mu.itacne
porcupinish. his "hol3 3xprssctoa thac f
an ogre liis lustouiary a;ti;ude A-as tliat
of a Tiounted brigand taking from French
peasants their substance. In lsac3 cht)
king had lost some of his ferocirv. but
acquired aMephistcplic-Iian rir In Switz
erland a "sruaie enthusiast of tae 'Li-
ternational League of Peace ind Liberty '
portrayed Prussian tdug and Fvenn jru
peror is two !dols to wlnm human a.;ri
fices are offered. Oie FTenchrr.an ias i
serpen i; goo. vvtUtam a Uar' borest
Crossing tho Rhine, I found the kins
shrunken in dimensions, and quite a i
man, yet not altogether oveiy As far
northward as Baden, resentment again.n
Franpe was mixed with a feeling to vs:rd
the Prussians vcsemLling that of putiiitiy
Maryland toward the "Yankees" iur'ng
our war. At liastadt the king had bo
eome a great 6oldier, at Carlsiuhe a
saintly soldier. With his armies on the
6oil of France, William I was father cf
the Fatherland Barbarossa coming from
his cavern to add Charlemagne's ;rovu
to his own. and give boch co Germany
Moncure D. Conway ui ib-
Works Totti Way.
A man. who was a wealthy Xaw Yoi-1,
banker fifteen j'ears njo, now drives a street
car i:i that cit This should teach us not to
become wealthy New York bankers; and if
there is a wealthy New York banker to-day,
who was a street car driver fifteen years ago,
tho lesson is equally plain. Norristown
Alpii;. Guides Warned, '
Alpine guides are in demand in tho Ilima-
laye.s, iu the Caucasus and among the New
Zealand Alps; and a British mountaineer re
cently asserted that our own Mount St. Elias
would never bo ascended without the aid of
a lew professional Swiss climbers. Frank
Experiments in Eg? Hatching.
Some experiments have been placed on
record in which a number of eggs wore
hatched out in a magnetic field, with the r
suit that tae cmekfcuo were ell moro or Issa
The firm . A.
Win. Hcrold & Son
l:n Gcoas. Notions Eoots End Stocs
or Ladies aud Gents .
FURNISHING - GOODS.
He keeps as large and ns well
. can bo found any place in the city and make
jou prices that defy competition.
Harper's Eazar Patterns and BaTs Corsets.
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Maia St., Over Merges' Shoe Store,
lias the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
ivcr. Note these prices: Business suits
from ?1( to $:J5, dress suits, $25 to
i.mts 4, $5, $rt.5Q apd upwards.
t"Will guaranteed a fit.
'-'rices Defy Competilion.
J. E- R0BBINS, ARTIST,
INSTRUCTIOI8 GIVEN IN
FINE OIL. PAINTINC
WATER COLORS. ETC.
ALL LOVERS O ' AltT ARK INVITED
T ) CALL AND
STUDIO OVER OLIVER & RAMSR
Dr. C. A- Marshall.
J is ? it i 'i.J-r
Preservation of natural teeth a ppccialty.
Cccth txtractcd without pain ly iuc of Laughing
All Avork warranted, Prices reaoaable.
KlTSitiEKAI.H'S ( A rf.ATTSMOt'TH, NK1I
We have our house filled wi'.li
A FINE QUALITY Of IC,
And are pn-par ,1 o de!ipr it dany to our cut-t'p!-is
in' fiiiy quantity desired.
ALL OKDSES FEOMPTLY PILLED.
Leae orders with
J. IP. TJDJ UMEISTEFl,
At i-tore on Six;h Sirret. We Jirke a Spec
A Ml Lqj.c!i..ii Oais. For terms see us or
IT. C. I-K-riAKEN & SON,
TelepTio755, - Plattsmoutb
H. P. Whisler's,
Home Made Bread.
lie h?s prffnre-l the Ferviecs (f I. J. Strayer,
of Omaha, whose ;ctiiiity U in makinj;
lius Unlit, easily tlieted,
rurcharc a five or t-n cent loaf and you will be
convinced of i:s merit,
NsrLL5VA. Attorney at Law. Will
iriv rro.'i-pt Hiteutiiio to ail hiiMiies In-
lineck it Co., liavc succeeded L'uct-k & J!ild
AND BH03I3B I
TO DO A BED-ROCK-
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
Tle only DeiilintN iii the West rnnf rolii.L' ihU
New System of Extra. linn. mi! J-iilini; 'I ! It
Willi. .ut 1'nin. Cm- mia.-' tliclle i-, ,.
tirely free Horn
ANI IS A b'Obl'TELV
Harmless - To - All
Teeth extraclt-d .-Mid n i iri.., i t.,t. i ..t
next day if ilesiieii. 'J li
GOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORE.
The vf-ry finest. (if!i(. i i i,, m,,,.!,
finest. (ir?i. j rrdm,
1 IK' IJillCJ.t' l'.-r-llk,
J". C, SO CITS,"
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work firit-clnss; wt Fifth Rreet.
Noith RoIcit Slici wood's SI ore.
PROMINENT BUSINESS MEN.
FOR SALE-Oi rwtsoiialtJe K inm my resi
dence n the N. W. corner of I-.Jm himI nth .t.
Said property conslstd of i Mock willi acnod
tory and a Imlf house i-f six rooms, two W)11
lohes and cue pa:;try ; jrood well jmd city
water ; twenty-M-un bemlng Hr j
an abimdaiiee of i-jiiall fn.it .f all kinds. ' tf
I. 1). HATES.
B. A. M. Time Table.
No. 1, 5 :2() a. in.
No, 3. C :40 p, in.
No. r : :;,r, a. in.
No. 7.-7 :4! p. in.
No.il.-G :17 p. in.
No. II -0 :05 a. m.
No, 2. i :r p. in.
No. 4. 10 ::m a. in.
No. (! 7 :'.r, p. in.
No. H.j ;tM a. m.
No. 10. u :4r, u.
No. 12. -a :1 i-. u'.
All Ii-qI,,. J..H.. . .
' j n which run to and from
No. ?M is a .(, to PaciPc Junction at R ?,o a m
No. l is a stub from Tacilic .junction at it u rn.
A Urge amount of remnants in Dress
Goods and Ginghams. Prices very low at
Week bac h's. tf
The cheapest shoe3 at Merges',
Etna, Phwnli and HaVtforrl by lne
Windham &. Davies.
I sell Khoes cheaper than anybody.
Call nd hfi convinced, no trouble to
show goods. tf. Pk-jek MfcKCK.
Gasoline ttoves are all the rae nnvr
aud the Inst in the market is the ""Quick
Meal," you tap fret one fit J. R. Cox's
hardware t-toro, Main Mrctt. a23ml
Just received a new line of Drupel!
carpets and rugs, at the D-iylht ttore.
If it is red eiiiate you want, are Wind
ham & Dayies' column on second page.
All parties wishing to pasture cattle
and horses please leave orders at B. A.
McElwain's jewelry stcvo. J idso have a
thoiouglibrtd Jerv bull.
m2wl J. B. Slatek.
J. R-. Cox has a Ml i;ne
hose-reals for your lawn.
Just received two
Men's canvass hos nt Merits
8o cents, everything chenp.
Gosjk I Hill, plattsmcuth, loU r.on
In market. The iau;t convrnitM to
business and ptyst dilJcc now lo be had in
the city. For pi L-e and terms see .1. G.
Hays. iu.Tw 1
For Siberia Refrigerators." Ibe bt-hf tlifvt
are made, and Iec-crenm tirezTr, (all r,u
J. R. Cox. 2:m
Our stock of Millinery very complete
and prices low. at the Daylight store tf.
Two elegant furnUhed
Enquire at this ofiice.
looms to rent,
We will feive a silver watch, that is
warranted by the jewelry men of thin
city, to any one who brings us 15 yearly
ca-b subscribers to the Daily Herald.
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