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THE DAILY HERALD: lLATTSMOOTIf. NKBSUAKA. .THURSDAY, JANUARY-IT,
The Plattsmouth Daily Herald.
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Publishers & Proprietors
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" Harpers Alauaine
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" lieiimrest'i Month
Tiik treasury outgo bus exceeded its
income sine the calendar year beun,
ami the surplus i again on the decrease.
The effect of the heavy treasury disburse
ment it seen in the reserves of tlie New
York hanks, which have been expanding
largely in the past ten or twelve days.
Gov. Martin certifies that the Kansas
prohibatory liquor law is a decided suc
cess. It is not to be denied, of course,
that there is still a good deal of drinking
in the state; but certainly u republican
gain of about '1't per cent in the last four
years proves that the democrats are being
reformed at a very gratifying rate.
For the rw.sttime in his life Satan has
an opportunity to settli dowu as an hon
est farmer and utilize Ui& fighting quali
ties in contending with the weather and
the hard times with which the husband
men of all climes are continually em
broiled. A late wealthy and eccentric
farmer living in Finland having been an
noyed during Ins lifetime by the charges
made against him by his neighbors that
lie had dealings with the evil one, re
, -yenged himself by leaving all his land
to the devil in his will. It is some boiaix
to know that the lawyers have taken
hold of the case to light the will, and
Old Scratch will (in 1 pretty nearly, if
not quite, his match before he rets legal
possession of hi propel ty.--Lincoln
THAT "GOOD LAHK."
As time ro Is n and things come to
light connected with Tuesday night's
lawlessness, it appears that uot only our
chief-of police was on a "lark," but one
of the city councilmen was on a " lark "
also, and that the night before in one of
the saloons he knocked down a man who
is a carpenter anil builder, but the matter
was hu.shcd up in hope that it would oon
Mow over; and now comes our hief-of-jjolice
anil keep a drunk and brutal
slugger from being put in j id, after h
has been arrested tvvh e by Olhetr Fit?.
patrick. The IIkuai i demands un in
yestigation, and it is the plain duty of
JIayor Hich-y and the council to iuvesti
jate these cowardly assaults and, if they
ha found true as stated, remove the oili
cer at once. If it is true tint tlie chief
of. police, or ny othe-rctizi n, can rel-.;is
fcuch characters, after arrot, when break
ing the peace and ass iiilting pe-eabl .
law-abiding citizens, the public ought to
know it. There must be um.-thing wrou;;
with the police force of tlie city win i
such outrages are permitted to occur.
Again, it is openly charged that ill
TVisall is a frequenter of the saloon ami
was in the company of Charley Nichols
up to the time tf rhe assault on Mr.
Bach. Let the city council examine thes
siffairs and publish the facts titid me: t
iut punishment to its officers if they arc
deserving of it.
The IIkrald deems it due to the chief-ff-policc
of this city that he clear him
t-lf of the charges ma le against him j;i j
this cae and also of the charges that he
is in the hitu of drinking an I associat
ing with men who compose tlie law
breaking portion of this community.
There was much nu favorable comment
made by the better clus of our citizen
over the appointment of Jr. Pois.di
when it was made, and much since !;
was confirmed by the council, and very
much more since the shameful s-luggii;;
of Tuesday nigh'. TIktc is but one ci:
timent on our streets over these matters
and the IIkkam deems it du to th
mayor Had council that tlie head of tlie
police force be investigated.
Tin-' HAILliOAllD SITU ATI (jy.
The agreement recently entered intob.
the representatives of the leading West
ern railroad is calculated to prove ad
vaov "tjeous both to the corporations and
to the eoplc. if it shall be honestly anil
thoroughly observed. It is welt known
that tfie railroad hi3inis has not been
profitable for tlie past year. Tiie rivalry
between the different lints Iins caused u
legree of rate cutting never before ex
erun e-d, and it has been impossible ti
tell feuj one day to another what the
j charges would be for a given service. In
! Mime instances shippers have reaped ft
j considerub'u beit tit from this condition
of things; but in a g'-tn-rul way th. elTit
has been th tliui -lital to th - public. 'i li
' tiling that is inut ih .-ii al.h in radi o.,
i rates is stability. Where there is cuii
; tinual fluctuation, business of every kind
j must be done in a blind and haphazard
fashion, and tlie true laws and rules ol
commerce fan not have their proper in-
1 i ri 1 . . .til. .. t..
I liueii.e. liauroaii i-einioein ion in ovr-n-s
able, of v. urs-e, within safe ami practical
I i i ... . i . i:.. :
iioumis; out wneu u passes a eei lain iinoi
it Incomes iihindi-ranee r it In r than a help
in the intercuts of trade. It is belter to
have fixed rates, even if they be some
what excessive, than to have a system of
cutting which depends wholly upon
There is only one way in which railroad
warfare can be avoided, and that is by
the process of pooling, direct or implieel.
The word "pool" is an unpleasant one,
but the idea which it involves when
properly considered is not u dangerous
one by any means. In a strict sense, it
only means an agreement between two or
more rivals to abide by a definite schedule
of charges, instead of carrying on a strug
gle which can only bring con fusion and
loss to all concerned. There is nothing
more certain than that where pooling is
forbidden there is no adequate and prac
tical method of adjusting railroad differ
ences and preventing conflicts thut tenel
to demoralize business operations. The
principal weakness of the interstate com
merce act lies in the fact that it prohibits
this form of action under any conditions.
That is to say, it provokes railroad war
fare without supplying any means for
making peace. The rai.road companies
can tight one another to ah3' extent, al
mos", without violating the law; but the
j inom.ut tin-' seek to establish order and
I harmony by mutual toiiccsssious as to the
j points in dispute, it peremptorily forbids
them to take advantage of the only the
i ;y V .'' h is adapted to the situation.
The agrccmes.t of the Western roads does
not coine within any explicit provi.-ion ol
j the lit sV. It is a voluntary undeatakiui.
made- i:ecesary by the want of propel
legal rciluies. The courts can not be
called upon to enforce it. aceoiiling to
the interstate commerce net; bin there is
reason to believe that the e ntractin
parties will abide by it in go.l faith.
simp:y bi-cauc the law (!;-:ii s them any
oihei ;! belli r mi ans of escape from ;
seriou.s dil!5eulij.-.--!;!obe Democrat.
T -KM-nn r-i r-rr
At iirst a little-, lucking couyh,
' .Tis nothing but a cold,"
Tii y m ""Twill very soon wear off.''
Alas, the stor .,Jd'
The hectic cheek, the tailing
The grief that cannot save,
Ar..t life's wan ll line goes out, at knglli
3 i a coiu;:ni!t ives grave.
If pensons would use ?r. l'ierce's Gol
den Medical Discovery, when jr? station
of th lungs In indicated by a conph, it
would be an eas- matter a :iveit con
sump: ion. B wise in time.
Sv.if t the flocking clouds are fltcjf
As the night shades sullen grow,
Anl the day leans faintly dying
In the western sunset glow,
H is desolate December!
E;.riat was prophet of completeness,
1 ul of promise and of light,
K'.n of summer days, whose sweetness
Thrilled within the winter's night.
fWe were glad then you remember.)
Summer blooms were shy and fragrant,
Ax you gathered them, you know.
Yet the briars were bold and vagrant
When the mowers cams to mow;
(AVe were sad then you remember.)
V.'he'n the mowers' scythes went 6winghig
All luo flowers were hushed to death!
Now no birds are joyous sieging,
And the winter witheretu
In the desolate Dee-ember.
V.'ith steadfast Ifcht and uight so blended
The haunted winter day is assed;
1 ii blithesome hUisKom lime has ended.
The summer cannot always lasfc.
Nor the desolate December;
KcMiiember this, dear, ah rememberl
Harriet Mas well Converses ia llumo Journal.
A Wonderful Diamond.
A remarkable precious stone has been
uis overed rccoiitly. It was a diamond
of ti:;o white color, wcil.'in about
lour carats and handsomely cut, whicj.
had cracked into two tujual parts, re
ves'i:;! in its center another diamond.
Th'j intei ipr stone was a pentahedron,
with facets upon it as regular and per
fect ts if they had been t-iit by a skill
ful lapidary. So ;erfoctiy did thi$
little diamond Gt into its matrix that
it was invisible when tlie three parts
of the combination were put together.
Tlia impossibility of putting two
diamonds together in aucji a way by
art is beyond question. It was the
work of nature, but what natural law,
or perversion of law, had such an
am izing effect was far beyond even
the theorizing of those who inspected
tiiu stone. Brooklyn Eagic.
Aii Earl as oo JCuginecr.
Faion do Winiou, of Shropshire,
En oh :d. was forced to flee his native
land on account of heavy obligations
iie hrd contittcU-d in gambling and
oil ih-' turf. While on the continent
ho !o t over Z'i'S; CO!), and his financial
ali'aiis being greatly mixed up, lie
car.ie to this country to c-3cuj?e the dis-ag.-
-;ble task of settling and me-etipg
hi'; i .th- v. l or a while he manageti
toli-.e quite elegantly in Brooklyn,
but after a 1 ng gprco" found himself
pei- .:i!ess. '..lien he accepted n posi
tion as tngir.e driver on tho Jersey
City eoal. Here he worked for some
time. Ix-camc very popular 'with his
co:rea!es, and by a very virtuous life
p.i r vTvd to &-ve cnoi:gh inoney to
ua.v :ls pat'-'e LioiH'.1, New York
A MATHEMATICAL PRODIGY,
Ybo Keniai knble Talent of n Htilf Wltteil
Negro t'ountrj iii:im.
Hculien Field. tliL' nifitheinatical pro
digy of Ixjxinton, who has attracted eo
much attention, wr.s Lorn at Warrens
burg, Johnson county, nlout thirty year3
ago. and possesses onlv fclihtlv letter
intellectual f: -u!lies than "blind 'JVjIii."
"KuebV gift is made the more promi
nent by the barrenness of bis mind in
other features. lie has no intelligence
aside from bis reinarkablo manipulation
of ligures. (Jive lieu lien Field a problem,
no matter whether it bo in decimal, com-
ou i id or vulgar fractions; it makes no
tiiirercnco whether it is better suited to
tho i -idea of hhort than long division; it
is immaterial whether there are ten fig
ures or 700 in it; whether multiplication
or eubstraction; and ho will, without tho
aid of paper or jiencil, give you the
answer before tho echoes of your voice
in propounding the question have fully
died away. Ho cannot read; ho cannet
write, lie does not know one figure
from another, and yet mentally, by the
gift which ho possesses, ho can solve any
problem submitted to him. As "Blind
loin's" talent of repeating pieces of music
played in his presence for the first time by
many of tho most brilliant performers in
the country has lieen tested, and always
with the result of making more wonder
ful his great gift, so have learned math
ematicians tried to trap Field, but with
out success. To pivo him a problem
which one himself could not solve
would not determine whether ho was
right or wrong, ami lest errors might be
made the most difficult "examples" in
the higher arithmetics, as well as others,
originating with their questioner and
simple enough except for their long
array of figures, havo been hurled at
him, and quick as a Hash would t "me
his answer, always correct.
CJive him the diameter of the wheel of
a locomotive, and the distanco between
any two points it makes no difference
how great tho time spent in traversing
this distance, and you have hardly
ceased speaking before ho gives you the
number cf revolutions the wheel makes
in covering tho distance. Give him the
distance and the time and he will tell
you the diameter of tho wheel. Tell him
tho dimensions of a brick, and say to him
:i wall is so many feet lung, so many
hili and so many thick, and he promptly
tells you how many bricks are in the
wall. Not in a reasonable length of
time, as though calculating it, but in
stantly, and while skilled accountants
who have witnessed his feats have ques
tioned the correctness cf his answers,
they have found they were in error and
Reub was right whenever they did so.
Tell him to multiply 0,898,70,32,156 by
13, add &9,572 and divide by CO, and iu
U.si time than the reader can calculate it
lietib will havo the answer ready. These
figures are only used us an illustration,
but they are simplicity in its purest
form compared to somo submitted to
him. He has p;ray eyes, and, when not
.engaged hi exhibiting his strange gift,
they are entirely free of expression, as
though the3r were of tleadgiass; but have
him ia the excitement of lirmrcs and a
strange glitter something little short of
an impression of madness-li-hts them
uo. 'ihe strange of this half wared
fellow's accomplishments is that, awak
ened at any hour, bo will tell you the
tune to a second, lie does not make a
business of exhibiting his power, and it
is not always that those who aro most
kinel to him, and whom he knows best,
can persuade him to "show olf." lie
pays his power came from God, and, if
he1 accepted offers which had been made
to him to travel with showmen, or to
take employment in large business
houses, God would take his gift away.
Lexington (JIo.) Cor. Globe-Uemocrat.
Umbrella vs. Cane.
The gold headed cane which loving
children present to dear papa, to renin
him that he is growing old and that . .
tottering footsteps are fetching him to
the grave; or which poorly paid em
ployes present to the superintendent as a
bit "of tatfy; or which the retiring minis
ter receives from his doting congrega
tion to help him on his journey, is going
out of favor as a gift, in holidays or
other times. The gold headed umbrella
lias taken its place. The umbrella an
swers all the purposes of a walking stick,
without tho disadvantage of the latter.
It is not a hint of old age, and is more
convenient in a rain storm. As eloquent
donation speeches may bo mado over a
lino silk umbrella with a gold beaded
handle as over an ebony wood club that
but few men will carry about with them.
Possibly the umbrella is more likely to
turn up as lost, strayed or stolen, with
less chance of finding its true owner
again than the cane, but that is a disad
vantage that comes entirely from the
superior value of tho umbrella. There
is the same distinction between gold and
brass. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette.
Fooling a Jehu.
"Somo bright newspaper man," re
marked my marina engineer friend,
"ought to 6hip as a deck hand or coal
passer on a big lake boat and write up
his experiences. He'd get an idea of life
unfamiliar to him, and be able to inter
est his readers with glimpses of a strange,
rough, reckless existence, and perhaps if
he had a good constitution he'd be all the
!etter for roughing it for a few weeks,
lie would see some amusing things, too.
I remember one night in Chicago, as we
were lying near the Clark street bridge,
a cab was driven rapidly on to the bridge
iuii ns it was in tho act of swinging.
The cabby wa3 ha'f tipsy, but he had a
faro and was rushing away with Iiira foi
ono of the depots. 'Oh, I'll get there,'
he says: 'I always do, and you can't stop
me.' He went cn sassiug the bridge
tenders as he and his cab swung around
with tho bridge. The vessel went through,
the bridge swung to place, but the bridge
tenelers had nut up a job on the jehu.
Awy rattled tho cab, the driver crack
ing his whip and yelling, '1 11 get there."
but he didn't, for the bridge tenders
turned him the wrong way. They sraj
the bridge clear around. Buii'alo News
-Wanted It Douo Fash ionabry.
"Inasmuch as the animal you 6tok
was only a colt," remarked the leader ol
tho regulators, "we have decided to givt
you forty-nine lashes with a horsewhip,
instead of hanging you. But we shall
lay them on well."
"I havo only one favor to ask, gentle
men," said th3 prisoner, pale but un
"What is it?"
"Gentlemen," he replied, "I have not
always been a criminal and an outcast
I have moved in good society a.'id 1 kno
tho customs that prevail aracrrg our besi
people. I will take it as a favor, gentle
men, if you will lay the lashes on, as fai
as possible, in regular checks or diag
onals. Perpendicular btripes aro not
worn tkjj Beason." Chicaro Tribune.
TUa liUIboardV DecUne. x
Theatrical managers have lately been
discussing the question of the most
profitable manner of advertising their
shows. A few years ago tho billboard
wa.i tho only recognized method of com
munication between tho manager and
his patrons. Spaces upon every fence
anil corner were eagerly bought up by
tho enterprising advance agent; saloon
windows were utilized to hold tho litho
graphs, nnd a free pass accompanied
each picture displayed. "What was tho
result? After tho agent had gone his
rounds and papered tho town the ticket
scalper also oegaui liis pilgrimage. lie
bought up tho free passes at a small cost
and sold them afterward at a good profit
to himself and tilled the house at a direct
loss to the original management. The
scheme was a comnleto failure.
Later another plan was adopted and
with similar results, beason tickets, ad
mitting tho holder to four performances
a month ana not transterabie, were
issued, and on each performance the
floor keeper wa3 obliged to punch out
one ol tho dates, as in a railroad ticket.
Tho result was that tho holders of theso
passes held Oil until they had accumu
lated a dozen or so of admissions to their
credit, and then swooped down upon tho
theatro in their might and owned the
house. In Buffalo last Beason one man
ager was forced to give away 1,700 free
adrnisrions in one week, and only Baved
himst lr Irom rum by getting tho differ
ences in the prices of those of his pa
trons who wished to obtain better seats
than their passes admitted them to.
It is generally conceded among ad
vanced theatrical managers that the
newspaper is at once the cheapest and
tno best way or reaching tho great
theatro going public. Such is tho condi
tion of Philadelphia at present that upon
the- principal streets there aro no places
iur the billboard and the lithoirraph.
They must bo exiled to the suburbs,
where tho theatrical patron never ven
tures, and tho small boy who cannot
read unites with the equally illiterate
goat for their speedy destruction. An
ai'tornoon's shower will erase tho work
of days, batter down the signs, blur the
coiors, and g.-nerally destroy tho most
ambitious bill posted. The newspaper
is, in truth, the only reliable means ox
theatrical as it is of other advertisement.
It ii cheaper, further reaching and ap
peals to a Letter clientele, and the con
stant increase in the enace occupied bv
the theatre advertisements In the leading
paj ers shows that this fact is understood.
Tho Major's IThUIcy Shot.
Somo interestinor things are remem
bered by Sherman's Atlanta campaign
veterans in connection with Lieut.
Bundy , com manding a battery of artil
lery, now Known as Alaj. JBundy, and
one of tho editorial writers on Peacon
bhepard s r aw York Mail and Express.
Lieut. Buudy had a tooth for a good
today, and ono morning at Jvennesaw
Mountain had sampled some "Diamond
B" commissar? with some other officers.
and reached his battery in excellent
i's. oon ioi. eary roao tnai way
J'nd' obnerviafj the lieutenant, gruffly ad-
I 'ur! , . ..
Lieut. Bllndv. von ara drunk.
Bundy answered back, as quick as a
"Col. Geaiy, you are a d d liar!"
Hero was a situation. Geary was
about to put Bundy under arrest, saying
to mm: "lou are so drunk you don t
Know mat gun lrom a hollow log.
"I den't, eh? I'll show you whether I
uo or not. fcee that bunch of reb over
there?" pointing to a group of Confeder
ato omcers taking an observation from
an eminence half a mile away. "Just
vatch me scatter em."
Seizing the tail of a gun, ho jerked It
round, got tne range, adiusted everv.
hing to his liking, gave the order to fire.
piouing a tour men 6heii right in tho
-.idrt of tho group of Confederates, who
uasuiy retired to cover, carrying with
mem ineir wounded.
Col. Geary withdrew his offensive re
marks, complimented Bundy on his skill
an-j roue away.
Lieut. Bundy was an expert artillerist.
and could land a shell about where he
The writer has often heard it said by
Federals who ought to know that he
fired tho shot that killed Gen. Polk,
Tho Dominion of Canada.
Canada is composed of seven provinces.
am; a number or vast territorial districts,
which correspond to the territories of
tho United States. The provinces bear a
relation to tho individual states. They
are unequal in size, British Columbia
having D0,S44 square miles of area, and
iittle 1-riuce Edward Island containing
u-ily 2,lo3 square miles. Quebec has
it J,:J33 scjuaro miles, Ontario has 107,780,
Nova Scotia 21,731, New Brunswick 27,
o, and Manitoba possesses 118,961. The
enormous Northwestern territory, winch
I123 been subdivided into Alberta, Sas
katchewan and Arthabaska, comprises
1.010,502 Bquare miles, SJeewavtin 895,
SC3, the Arctic islands 811,700, and
the islands of Hudson's bay 23,400,
Hero i3 an area in the aggregate of
3,400,542 squaie miles of God's earth
under the agis of Great Britain. Poly
glot is the population thinly scattered
over the lan el There are 1,200,000
Frenchmen, the Emerald isle has con
tributed 925,000, and the Land o Cakes
has 553,000 representatives. Three hun
dred thousand persons trace their near
decent to Germany; there aro 70,000 rela
tives of Taffy the Welshman, and the bo
called Scandina vians number about 11,
000 souls. Ontario, tho most thoroughly
English province, has a population of
1,700,000 in round numbers; Quebec con
tains 1,000,000, of whom 1,100,000 are
"reach. Nova Scotia contains 450,000,
cw Drunswicic nearly 400,000, Prince
Edward Island 120,000, British Columbia
120.000, and Slanitoba approximately
1 70,000. Exchange.
A Story of Bismarck.
Thfi second volume of the memoirs Of
the Di.ke of Gotha, which has made such
a etir in the social and political world of
Germany, contains another anecdote of
T- " " J 1 1 J 4 J M
jisraarcii xne latest accession to uw
rants of doctors of divinity, when
secretary of tho Prussian' legation
at ir raniaort, ne was assed py a
lady why he objected to the ap
pointment of Count Thun to the
-position c f ambassador. He replied that
t was noi a lit placo for a man of hif
extraordinary talents, there being sq
attle to uo. "lnen, continued tne lady. ;
"why do you retain your office?" 'Oni
madam. It 13 another thing with me.
have always been a lazy, good for noth?
uij teiiow, ana careu tor notmng save ;
my gun. Here I ran hunt as well as on
ciy farm nnd enjoy my siesta," Th ;
vears bnvo changed Bismarck and his!
Ideas. San Francisco Argonaut. ' i
In ortli r to cut down our lurtro i-tock t
Dry Goods, Underweai
.Notions tfcc, we are ottering Unexcelled J J:uoh'iis in tl; i (; '.-
Vu have n
Silk and Cashmen
And fcilk Handkerchiefs at very low
In this Lep:irtment we are
at prices that is i-ure to pell them,
be convinced that we carry
J& jEH. JXXU
HAS THE LARGEST AND FINEST ST.' K
In the city, which he is nficrir at Prices 1 1 . t w ill ir: I
A complete line of Window Curtains ;it a .-;u ii:-- .
Frames in great variety. You can got t vet yt hii y
You can buy it on the installment plan, pay ' mi:.-i
mouth and von will soon have a tine li;riii.-l.e! h;.i
and hardly realize the
SIXTH STREET, BET. MAIN AND
WM L. BRO WNE,
Personal attention to all Bualn;te Entrust-
o my care.
XOTAKV IX OFFICK.
Title KxamltiKil, .MisTaicte Conn Pel. I:
surance Written. ) eal J-'ftale s.M.
Better Facilities fur making Farm 'Loanf ths.n I
Any Other Agency,
rial txiiioutli, - .brasUn
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow rt
pairing, and getter al jobbing
t now prepared to io all kinds of repairing
of farm and otber machinery, as there
U a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RAO EN.
TUA.un.ii.ui.nT ir i
Ike old Reliable Wagon Maker
baa taken charge of the wagon sncp
He Is well knowc as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
5cw Wawrona and Hvccle
JOUN A. UAV1FH.
TCO?Z107S OJZ m XiSLT.
Ofnce.over BankJofJCan County.
latt aMOPTH, - - Nebraska
fine line of
,y;.j ;-; r, ; ..
5 V 2 I l.
showing all ilm lalf; i
("all sii.! ii.f-j
the le.-t ttock
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I I A'l ri : "
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OF ORDER.
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