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SECOND YE Alt
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1880.
(SlEiT OLOSIHG' OUT
H?JS. - JH IHL n IS 53 - 3" IQ - 3Hi TE3T IB 3H5 IS
My Entire stock of Boots, Shoes, RtL"b"bers anJ SlipPers
Must Be Sold By April 1st. Whoever Wants to Buy Cheap Gome. Now is the Time.
I thank tho Public fur their past generous patronage, and will bo pleased to see all my old customers and others to avail themselves of this rare opportunity of Cheap Goods.
All those knowing themselves
Veyery Tuesday evening wf each week. All
transient brothers are renpectlully luviled to
11L.ATr.UOU I'll KNCAMl'MKNI' N0.3.I.O.
O. F meet every alternate Friday In
each month hi the Moiiic Hull. Visiting
Brothers are lnviiail to attend.
rpKIO U)lx;K NO. mi. A. O. U. W. AleeUv
A every attentat Friday eenlng at K. of I'.
- all. Transient brother are respectfully in
ited to at tend. F. P. Iirnwn, Vaster vork
tnan :l U.K. mster, K..reinan ; F. li.Stelmker
Overseer; W. 1J. Miller, Financier; . K.
llouseworth. Recorder ; F. J Morgan, Kccelv
r ; W 111. Crehan. (iui'te : Win. l.udwlg. Inside
Watch : L. Olsen, Outside Watci
C1AHS CAMP NO. OK, MODKItN WOODMEN
of America Meets second and fourth Mon
day evening at K. of P. hall. All transient
brothers are requested to meet with us. I.. A,
Newcomer. Veuerable Consul ; G. F, Niles
Worthy Adviser ; 8. V. Wilde, Hanker ; W. A.
PLATTSMOUTH LODGE NO. 8. A. O. V. W.
Meet every alternate Friday evening at
Rook wood hall at H o'cIock. AH transient broth
ers are respectfully invited 10 attend. L. S.
Larson. M. W. ; F. Boyd. Foreman : 8. C
Wilde, Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
11LATTSMOUTH LODGE NO. 6, A. F. A.M.
Meets on the f)rt and third Mondays of
each month at their hall. All transient broth
er are cordially invited to meet with us.
J. G. UICUKV, W. M.
Wm. II ats. Secretary.
KBKASKA CHAPTER. NO. 3, K. A. M.
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each
month at Maon'e Hall. Trauscieiit brothers
axe Invited to meet with us.
F. E. Whitk, II. P.
Wm. If va. Secretary.
CASS COUNCIL NO. W2I. ROYAL XRCANUM
meet the second and fourth Mondays of
each month at Arcauuin Hall.
It. N. Glexx, Regent.
P. C. Minor. Secretary.
McCONIHIE POST 45 C. A. R.
M. A. Dtcksox Commander,
Benj. Hkmplk Senior Vice
8. Carkioan Junior " "
Ono. N 1 lki Adjutant,
A. Shipm ax Surg,
H21KV STKKKilir O. M.
a. Tahmch officer of the Day.
Jambs liicmox, " Ouard
Axdzrsox ri. Fky.. ..Quarter Master Sergt.
L. C. Cuktm Poat Chaplaiu
Meettog Saturday evening
Our First Spring Surprise !
With New Goods at
Men's and Youths' Suits, $4.95, $7.85, S 10.00.
For Business, S 12.50, 15.00, $1G.50.
Boys' Long Pant Suits to 18 years, 2.95, $3.45, $5.45 to $13.50.
Boys' Knee Tant Suits, $1.45, 1.95, $2.45, $3.45, $5, $0, 7.
Boys' Knee Pants 35 cts., 50 cts., 75 cts., $1.
Men's Merino Underwear 25 cents to 2.50 a suit.
Calf Shoes $1.20 to $5.00 a pair.
Men's Litest Siyles of Stiff Hats from $1.50 to $3.50.
All the Latest Styles In
Shirts and Neckwear.
ELSON.Tk One-Price ClotMer.
Hard Worker for Your "Trade,
Plaltsmouth, - - Nebraska,
indebted to me must come and
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
ity, strength and wholcsomeness. More econo
mical tu.iu the ordinary klnde, and cannot be
sold in competition with the multitude of low
tent, short weight alum or phosphate powders.
Sold onli in tail. KuYAL BAKIMU I'OWUKK
CO.. 106 Wall St. N. Y.
F. M. Kit HKV
W K FOX
James Patterson, jk.
- By kon Clark
- A Madolk
- . 1. H . Dcks
Councilmen, 1st ward,
" 3rd "
I J V Wfckbach
I A SAI.TSBUKY
DM Jonks -.1
Or. A Shipman
1 8 W DUTTON
. J Cox O'Connor.
I P MoCallen. Pb
(J W Johns n,Chaibmak
Board Pub. Works- Fred Gokdek
Id II Hawks Worth
settle by April 1st, as all my accounts
gllL J ".Ml
General Hatch Inlured.
Fort Robinson. Neb., March 13 Ge
neral Hatch, of the Ninth cavalry, and r
party of ladies consisting of Mr9. Hart of
Buff alo, Wyo., Mrs. Baily.Eight infantry,
while outdriving this afternoon met with
a very serious accident which resulted in
one of the general's legs being fractured
above the knee and several bad bruises
on other parts of the body. The ladies
scaped witu some light bruises; none of
them are considered serious.
General Hatch, who is a horseman of
the first water, possesses four spirited
animals which he drive to an English
drag. This evening he drove out as usu
al, having the drag, as is his practice, fil
led with the ladies of the garrison.
While crossing the White river aWout a
quarter of a mile from the post the drag
broke down. The leader became fright
ened. This also caused the wheelers to
become nervous.rendering the whole team
unmanageable. They swung sharp a
round, upsetting the drag, pulling it for
several hundred yards. The general
stuck to the horses until everything was
kicked to pieces and his leg became
caught in the spokes of the wheels,
which was the cause of the fracture. He
is now attended by Doctors A.iaire and
Keon and is doing well.
The New Torpedo Boat.
"Washington, March 16. Encouraging
reports come to the navy department
respecting the torpedo boat now building
at the Herreschoff works, in Rhode Is
land. The inspectors say that the mater
ial used is of high quality and the work
of good charactei. Tho contractors ex
pect to complete the boat by June 1st,
which is the date fixed in the contract.
The boat is required to make twenty-two
knots an honr, and any deficiency on this
score will subject the contractors to pen
alties, while tor the excess above twenty
three knots they will receive a bonus. If
the new craft the first of its kind in
American ship building fills the require
ments, of which there is little doubt, it
will be the' fleetest boat in the United
States, and ful'y equal to any possessed
by the European navies.
Vessel Driven Ashore-
Nofolk, Va., March 15. The Ameri
can bark Agnes Barton, bound from Nas
sau to Baltimore with a cargo of phos
phat rock, was driven ashore on the
Virginia, coast this afternoon at 4 10
oclock, during a heavy northeast gale,
ibout half a mile north of Dam Neck
life saying station. Captain Berry II.
Knight, of Baltimore; Second Mate
Tames Richards, of Philadelphia; Peter
Florida, John Smith, Ned Forbes and
yliarles Hobbs, seamen, were lost. The
first mate and three sailors were saved.
City of Mexico (via Galveston), March
16. Lower California is entirly quiet
u w. . Govenor Torres has sufficient troops
to preserve order in case they are wanted.
Conservative papers insist thet Mexico
will lose Lower California, and the in
ference is that the United States will
absorb iL The government, heweyer,
says there is no probability of losing
Rich copper and silver mines Have
been discovered on the Ramirez Varcla
concession, in the state of Guerreo.
Don't Read This for $500.
For many years, through nearly every
newspaper in the land, the proprietors of
Dr. Saga's Catarrh Remedy,, who are
thoroughly responsible, financially, as
any one can easily ascertain by proper
enquiry, have offered in good faith, a
standing reward of $ 500 for a case of
nasal catarrh, no matter how bad, or of
how long standing, which they cannot
Go to the Bazaar for yeur hats and
bonnets where you will find a fashionable
trimmer who will trim them in the latest
styles. tf " Moore & Studkbaker,
will be placed in the collector's hands, and costs added.
WA7AJI -JM) l- LJ
WE ONLY. PLAYfcD AT LOVE.
We only played at love, you se.
And yet today the memory.
Like foiled tea rones' scent, t mo
Comes float I hazy.
As fleecy clouds across the moon.
Left out upon an afternoon.
Or as a waltzer hears a tune
Amidst the roazy.
I had to hold your hand, you know.
Because the "stage work1 had it so;
I wonder did I let It go
' Without a pressure?
Thus Is it even things that were,
Remembered, make our pulses stir,
Nor even wisdom can demur
To call them treasure.
Not seven months had passed In turn
Ere you were married ; bo I burn
These "acting" letters here, and turn
To other fancies;
But still 'tis very sweet to me,
This finished little comedy,
I'm glad wo played at love, you see.
And took our chances.
Within the memory of men Btill living,
it was not a difficult task for a lawyer in
active practice to familiarize himself
with all tha leading American decisions.
How is it now? Unless his memory is
abnormally developed he cannot retain
the names of the reports, even, much less
their contents. In this multitude of au
thorities, both luminous and fuliginous,
no proposition, however absurd, is re
quired to stand with apparent support.
The lawyer of the present, instead of
basing his judgment upon broad, general
principles of right, is apt to spend his
time and waste his faculties in delving
and searching among the yellow covered
literature of a public law library (no one
but a millionaire can afford one of his
own) for some case similar to the one in
hand. He shrinks into a mere "decision
index or an echo." Ho becomes a pa
tient toiler searching for the threads of
precedent to twist a rope with which to
strangle principle. A writer who took
tho pains to gather the statistics asserts
that from December, 1886, to August,
1887 a period of eight months the su
preme court and the courts of last resort
of the various 6tates rendered 8,325 de
cisions, in most of which opinions were
Oysters In Antiquity.
Raw oysters were eaten at Athens and
Rome as a preprandial whet. The Ro
mans coated their oysters with honey,
and kept them until they were slightly
putrid. The simple and clumsy methods
of Apicius, tho third celebrated glutton
of the name, for preserving oysters, was
to wash them in vinegar and pack them
in vessels coated with pitch. The oysters
thus prepared and sent from Britain to
the Emperor Trajan, when in Parthia,
were considered "fresh," and have been
sufficient to entitle this man's name to be
handed down through twenty centuries.
If he is to be deemed famous in direct
proportion to the nastiness of his inven
tion, ho should be famous indeed. Bril
lat Savarin's preprandial whet consisted
of three or four dozen oysters. Sieur
Laperte, whom he used to entertain tete-a-tete
at dinner, is said to have com
plained because he could not get his fill
of oysters. Savarin determined to give
him satisfaction in this respect, and let
him go to hi3 thirty-second dozen, when
Laperto turned his attention to the din
ner with powers unembarrassed by his
rvrlii(i. Ajnerican Arsaivst.
How Scarlet Fever Is Distributed.
The Medical Era relates the case of a
girl aged about 8, living at Fortress Mon
roe, Va., who was some months ago at
tacked by scarlet fever, the disease run
ning a typical course. For a long time
no possible source of contagion could be
discovered. The child had not been ab
sent from home, had been with no one
lately exposed, and no other case was
known to exist anywhere in the vicinity.
Subsequently Dr. Brooke learned that
one of the house servants had nursed a
case of scarlet fever in a distant city just
about a year before. After the case ter
minated she packed some of her things,
including some clothing then worn, in a
trunk, and left the place. A year later
she had the trunk sent to her, opened it
and took out the contents, the little girl
being present and handling the things:
Very soon after the latter was attacked,
When the lato Professor Proctor was
an English school examiner, he one day
asked a little girl to tell him the differ
ence between a man and a brute. She
"A brute is an imperfect beast. " Man
Is a perfect beast." Youth's Companion.
OWE -PRICE CLOTHIER
The Originator of Low Prices,
The Underseller of all Competitors
WILL HOLD, ON
Wednesday, larch 20, 1889
prim c (p) pe trxgrq
EVER SEEN IN
LOOK OTJT IFOIR,
AND CHANGE OF
JOE, The One
C. F.SMITH, '
The Boss Tailor
Maiu St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
Has the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business suits
from $1(3 to $35, dress suits, $ 25 to $45.
pants $4, $5, $6, $6.50 and upwards.
E3T"Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy ComDetilion.
R. S. Windham, John a. Da vies.
Notary Public. , Notary Public.
Attornsys - at - Law.
OfQce over Bank of Cass County.
PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEBRASKA
Notice of City Election
Notice 1 hereby civen that n Tuesday.
Apr l 2nd. A.D. 18-lt. an Hectloo will be held for
the following city and echool officers of the Citv
of PlattPinouth :
First Ward. One Councilman.
hecond Ward. One 'm:rilman.
Third Ward. One Councilman.
Fourth Ward, i ne Councilman.
Fifth Ward. TWt Councilman, the on receiv
ing the highest numl.er of vote in the Fifth
ard to serve for two year, and ilie one re
ceiving the next highest nu ber of votes to
serve Mr the trm or one year.
Two Members of the School Board for the
term of three year each.
Said election wt:l be held at the following
polling places in e ch of said wards :
f irst wara ar uecoaer s oince.
Second Ward at ('ass County Iron Works.
Third Ward at office of Ilichev Bros, lumber
ourin vara ai waterman's mmoer oin;e.
Fifth Ward at brick nchml bouse.
And said polling planes will be (-pen at nine
o'clock a. in. of said day, and clore at 7 o'clock
p. m. ana no longer.
Dated at Plattsmouth.Neb..March9. AD.I899.
F. M. Richky. Mayor.
W. K. Fq.x. City Clerk.
THE EVENING OF
THE OLD RELIABLE.
E. 1. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale nd Ketall Dealer la
Shingles, Lath, Sash,
Can supply every demand of the trade
Call and get term3. Fourth street
Io Rear of Opera House.
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a Full Line of
Foreign 4 Domestic Goods.
Consult Your Interest by Giving Him a Ca
"EPlw.ttsxaacvxtlx. - TsT -
B. Sl M. Time Table.
No. i. 1 :3S a m.
Nr. a. I -M p. in.
No. . 10 :'J a. rn.
No. . 7 :13 p. in
No. 10. :44 a. m.
No. i. 6 :til p. m.
No. 5 7 :47 a. m.
No. 7.--C 0 p. m.
No. 9.-6 :17 p. m.
All trains rui daily by way of Omaha, except
No. 7 and 8 which run to and from BchujMr
dally oxcept Sunday.
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