The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, March 20, 1889, Image 1

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PL.ATTS3IOUTII, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAKCIl 20, 1889.
NUMIIEH 159
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Vy Entire stock of Boots, Shoes, Rabters aiivliSlipPers
Must Be Sold By April 1st. Whoever Wants to Buy Cheap Come. Now is theSTime.
I thank tho Public lor tlieir past generous patronage, and will be pleased to see all my old customers and others to avail themselves of this rare opportunity of Cheap GooJs.
All those knowing themselves indebted to me must come and settle by April 1st, as all my accounts will be placed in the collector's hands, and costs added.
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Ci A 5lvTlU A No."l iTT' U oT'k. -Meet
'every Tuesday evening of each week. All
transient brothers are respectfully Invited to
attend.
PLATTMOU Til ENCAMPMENT No. 3. I. O.
O. K.. meet every alternate Friday In
each muutli In the Masonic Hall. Visiting
Brothers are Invited to attend.
rilltlO LODGE NO. M. A. O. U. W. Meet
every alternate Friday evenlnic at K. of P.
all. Transient brother are reectfully In
Ued toattend. F. P. Brown, Master Work
man ; (1 14. K-mter, Foreman ; K. II. Ktelntkcr
Overseer; W. H. Miliar, Financier; O. K.
llouseworth. Recorder ; K. J. Morgan. Receiv
er ; Wm. Crehau. (iniiie : Win. Ludwig, luslde
Watch : L. Olsen, Outside Watcu.
C1AHS CAMP NO. 33. MODKKN WOODMKX
of America Meets second and fourth Mon
day evening at K. of F. hall. All traiistent
brother are requested to meet with us. I,. A,
Ntwco'ner, Venerable Consul ; . K, Nilen
Worthy Adviser ; 8. C. Wilde, Hanker : W. A.
Boeck. Clerk.
PLATTSMOUTH UHMiE NO. 8, A. O. U. W.
Meet every alternate Friday evening at
Rock wood hall at t o'clock. All transient broth
era are respectfully invited to attend. L. H.
Larson. M. W. ; V. ltoyd. Foreman : 8. C.
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
LATTSMOUTH LOIHiE NO. 6, A. F. A. M.
Meets on the flrt and third Mondays of
each month at their hall. All transient broth
era are cordially invited to meet with us.
J. O. Kichkv, W. M.
Wm. Hats, Secretary.
NEBRASKA CHAPTER. NO. 3, R. A. M.
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each
month at Mason's Hall. Transcient brothers
are Invited to meet with us.
V. E. Wiiitk, II. P.
Wm. If vh. Secretary.
CASS COUNCIL NO 1021. ROYAL WtCANlTM
meet the second and fourth Moudavs of
cacb month at Arcanum Hall.
It. N. Glknn, Regent.
P. C. Minor. Secretary.
McCONIHIE POST 43 C. A. R.
KOSTKK.
M. A. Dicksox Commander,
Bexj. Hbmplk Senior Vice "
8. Carhioax Junior
Uko. Nii.k.s Adjutant.
A. 8HIPMA5 8'irB.
llXMBT STRRIQII T Q. M.
A. Tarsch officer of the Lay.
Jam cs Iticusox " Ouard
Sergt Major.
ASDlRHOy O. Fry.. ..Quarter Mas'er Herat.
L. (!. Cuktis Post ClispUin
Meetine -Saturday evening
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
ity, strencth and wholettonienfsd. Morn econo
mical tuxn the ordinary kind, and cannot be
sold in compel it ion with the multitude of low
text, short weiirlit alum or tihosuhate nowders.
SOW imlu in can. ROYAL liAKlxa I'OWDEtt
CO.. 100 Wall St. N. Y.
CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor,
(Jierk,
Treasurer, -Attorney.
Engineer,
Police Judge,
Marshall,
Councilmen, 1st ward.
2nd
3rd
4th-
Board Pub. Works
F. M. Kn hut
W K Fox
- james Patterson, jr,
- Uvro.v Clark
- A M A DOLE
S Clifford
- I. II. IDNN
JJ V Wkckbacu
1 A Salisbury
S I M Jonrs
I ir. A Shipman
IMR Murphy
1 S W DUTTOJf
1 Cow O'Connor.
i P McCallkn. I'rks
W JOHNS1N.CHAIKMAN
tiORDF.K
UawksWorth
I J W J
FRF.D
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Our First Spring Surprise !
With New Goods at
Ouothier
Men's and Vouths' Suits, 1.95, $7.85, 10.00.
For Business, $12.50, 15.00, $10.50.
Boys' Long Pant Suits to 18 years, 2.93, 3.i5, $5.45 to $13.50.
Boys' Knee Pant Suits. $1.45, $1.93, $2.43, $3.4.5, $3, $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 Latest Slyies of Stiff Hats from $1.50 to $3.50.
WHATEVER THY HAND FINDETH'.
Red. red the sunset flames behind
Tne black, black elms and hedges,
AU through the noon no leant leaf stirred,
Dut crickets hummed and beetles whirred-
Now comes a breath of fresh, sweet wind
From silent pools and sedges.
All through hot noon the reapers stand
And toU, with jests and laughter.
Beneath the blazing skies that burn.
Then, laughing still, they homeward turn
By threes and fours; and hand In hand
Go two that linger after.
And here we linger, hand In hand, .
And watch the blackening shadows.
Had we been born to reap and sow.
To wake when swallows 6tlr, and go
Forth In chill dawn to plow the land.
Or mow the misty meadows.
Had that been nobler f Love of mine.
We Btill bad only striven.
As now wo strive, to do our best.
To do good work and earn good rest.
All work that's human in divine.
All life, lived well, makes heaven 1
E. Nesbit
The Musqulto's Poison Glands.
The bloodthirsty musquito id not ma
levolent, as he is commonly described, if
we may accept the investigations of
Professor George MacLoskie. He haa
been able, by staining and dissection, to
show' that the poison f.land is on9 of
three minute glands (the others being
ordinary salivary glands) on each 6ide of
the head, and connected with a minute
duct which traverses the length of the
long pointed piercer which forms an im
portant portion of the mouth parts of
the-musquito. The writer maintains that
a. ' . n Si , 1 v a
inis uuiu is intended mainly to prevent
the coagulation of the proteids of plants
wnicn tne animal sucks from the tissues,
and that its poisonous effect upon other
animals is only secondary. If so, it
would Penians follow tliat it ia nnt in.
troduced into the human flesh as a rmisnn.
It is difficult to see what nuroose the ir
ritating effect of the bite unon other
animais can servo tne musquito, since it
must make tne chance of its getting
nourishment from the blood of other
animals many times less than it other
wise would be. It mav be worth v of In.
quiry whether the irritating effect is not
incidental and nerhans onlv occasional.
and due to other causes than tho fluid
which seems, bv analoirv. to have nn
other distinct purpose. St. Louis Re-
pUDUO,
Imitative Eaters.
Did you ever notice how 6trone the
mimetic faculty or human nature ia.
how prone to follow an mutable examnle
in some thincrs? I have noticed nnrl
watched it for several years while in this
.
ousiness. A resrular patron will come
into the restaurant, and not until ho is
asked what he wants does he give the
matter a single thought. lie picks un
the bill of fare. It is old to him. He
has seeq it before, and it does not con
tain or suggest a sincrle thiner he thinks
he would like, ne turns to the waiter,
ana tells ima to bring out something
frood to eat. The waiter rir.M
what is set before tho patron i3 some-
ining ne aid not thuxt of, and he eats it
with relish. Other customers come in.
and, like the first, they do not know
what they want. They cast their eyes
about and see what the other is eatinc-.
and orders the same. This i3 a rule, and
if you watch vou will notice it. Ko
matter what the first one is eatincr. It
might bo a piece of pastry or a large
meal, but the sight of it arouses the n.n-
petite of the others who come in later
and they want the same. St. Louis
Globe-Democrat.
Horning District-
A family of West .rt.ii.i, ire vuiui,g
with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hull.
John Horning spent Sunday with his
sister, Mrs. luos. Wiles, living near
Weeping Water.
Mr. Malvern, of Plattsmouth is erect
ing a house on his place, known as 'the
Levi Walker farm.
Heurv Bcins. who for the past two
months has been suffering with typhoid
fever, is slowly recovering. reddie, a
younger brother who was also sick, has
recovered, and Eddie the youngest broth
er, has taken the fever. We hope he will
aoon be well. Fanny Clark.
Veni, Vidi, Vi.li ! This is true of Hall's
Hair Renewer, for it is the great con
queror of gray or faded hair, making it
look the same even color of youth.
Gospel Meeting.
Don't forget the gospel meeting Sun
day the 24th at 2:30 p. m., at the Cotton
wood school house neaF Eight Mile
Grove, for men only; all men are invited.
Bring your Gospel Hymns.
All the Latest Styles In
Shirts and Neckwear.
ELSOI, I One-
Hard Worker for Your Trade,
Plaltsmouth, - - Nebraska,
Railroad Accidents of a Tear.
There were 1.933 accidents on th rail.
roads in the United States during 188a
There were 804 collisions, 1,032 derail
ments and 00 other accidents. Of the
collisions 404 were from the rear, 311
were buttings, 90 on crossings. Defects
ia road caused. 1S9 derailments; defects
of equipment caused 148, and neglect in
operating ciused 117. The killed num
bered C97, of whom. 434 were employes
and 1C8 passengers, Troy limes.
An Ajed RikUcal Error.
The Cnlvursities Press edition of the
English Bible contains a typographical
error which has remained uncorrected
for fifty years. It is in the seventeenth
verse of the eleventh chapter of Zecha
riah, wliich reads, "Woe to the idol
shepherd." The word VdoV should be
'dle." New York Star.
x-ne numan race iscfivided into two
classes those who go ahead and do
something, end those yvhq s still and
inquire, :Vhy wasn't' it done the
other way?" Oliver Wendell Holmes.
j If you require a spring medicine, if
you are suffering with languor, debility,
I pimples, boils, catarrh, chronic sores,
; scrofula, or loss of appetite, or any di
sease arising from impure blood, take
Ayer a SarsapariHa the safest and most
economical of all blood purifiers.
A Sterling girl being told by her
teacher to parse the sentence ''He kissed
me," consented reluctantly, because op
posed to speaking of private matters in
public. "He," see commenced, with un
necessary emphasis and a fond lingering
over the word that brought the crimson
to her cheeks, "ia a pronoun, third per
son, singular number, masculine gender;
a gentleman, and pretty well fixed; uni
versally considered a good catch, Ivies
is a verb; transitive, too much so; regular
every evening; indicative mode- indica
ting affection; first and third person,
plural number and governed by circum
stances. Me oh, well, everybody knows
me," and down ahesat. Aurora Sun.
YonAreRewtlnllf Invited
TO COME TO
qST (Ed
(nip.
raid
Hoeing
ON THE EVENING OF
Friday, Mare
22nd,
1889,
AT 8 P. M. THE
3
Will Play. Every Lady and Gentleman shall receive
ZBesfU-tifuLl Present
Positively no goods sold on that evening, but
0 IES1
"I know 'tis a sin to
But I'm bent on the notion,
I'll throw myself into
The deep, briny ocean."
is the mental exclamation of many
sufferer from headache, indieston. con
stipation, torpid liver, etc. The use of
Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Pelleta, however
would transform these unfortunates, and
cause them to sing . .
But my spirit shall wander
Through gay coral bowers.
And frisk with the mermaids,
It shall, by the powers!
Best Cough Gum.
for all diseases of the Throat and
tj - f UffUJ , 1.111.
certain as Ayers Cherry Pectoral. '
ad. indispensable family medicine.
"I find Ayer's Cherry Pectoral an
invaluable remedy for colds, coughs."
and other ailments of the throat and
lungs." M, a, Randall, 204 Broadway,
Jhany, N. Y.
" I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
for bronchitis and
Lung Diseases,
pr which I believe it to be the greatest
medicine in the world." James Miller,
Caraway, N. C.
"My wife had a distressing cough,
with pains in the side and breast, We
tried various medicines, but none did
her any good until I got a bottle of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral which has cured
her, A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had the
measles, and the cough was relieved by
the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I
have no hesitation in recommending
this medicine." Robert Horton, Fore
man Headlight, Morrillton, Ark.
"Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cura'd ma n
a severe cold, whfch had Bettled on my
lungs. My wife savs the Pectoral Jilna
her more than any other medicine she
ever usea. .anos Clark, Mt. Liberty,
Kansas.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
EBEPAaXQ ST
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. .
Sold by all Druggists. Price tl; six bottles,
Wants everybody to come and inspect the Largest, Nicest, Finest,
Newest and Cheapest stock of
Spring and Summer Clothing
Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Trunks, Satchels, etc., ever brought to Cass county.
READ JOE'S LARGE BILLS
c. f. s m it h Dr. C. A. Marshall.
x ne .doss i aiior '
Main StM Over Merges' Shoe Store. J
nas 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 $16 to $35, dress suits, $25 to $45,
pants $4, $5, $0, $8.50 and. upwards.
dfWill guaran.teoil a 61.
Pricos Defy ComDelition.
R. JS. Windham,
Notary .Public,
Attorneys - at - Law.
John a. lMYlfc.
Kotary Public.
Office over BanK of Cae& Comity.
PliATTSMO UT H ,
Nebraska
Notice of City Election-
Notice I" hereby given that on Tupsd.iv
Apr 1 2nd. A.V. 1889. nn election will be hel.l for
the following city and school officers of the Citv
of Plattcinouth :
Hist Ward. One Councilman.
!econd Ward. Ooe Councilman.
Third Ward. One Councilman.
Fourth Ward. One ftouncllKtHM,
Fifth Ward. Two Couni'nien. the onn rpeel v-
ln the high.ef ijMniler of vote In the Fifth
varq ic. e ve fojr tw. year, and ilie one re-
ceivn the next highest nu r ber of votes to
eerve for the trin of one year.
Two Members of the School Board for tha
term of three years each.
i-Aa election wi.'i be held at the followmz
polling n aces In e oh ot Mid wards )
rin-i wara at itecoaer's ojnee.
Seooqd Ward at 'aa County loa Works.
Third Ward at office ot ltichev Hros. lumber
yard. -
rounii ward at waterman's lumoerwrice.
Fifth Ward at brick nchoil h'.use.
And said polling tlaces will be men at nine
o'clock a. in. of said day, and close at 7 o'clock
. m. and no lunger.
Dated at Plattsmouth Neb..Marh AU.M89.
F. M . RcJtitT, Mayor.
W. K. FoxCUyClerX. '
2l33ideat IDarrfcist.
Preservation of the Nat u ml Teeth a
.Specialty. Auesthetics given for Pain
lehs Filling or Extraction or Tkktb.
Artificitl teeth m:ule on Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, and inserted
as soon as teeth are extracted when de
sired.
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
f KB
K, DRESSLER,
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a Full Line of
Foreign 4 Domestic Goods.
Consult Your Interest by Giving Him a Cm
SHERWOOD BLOCK
B. A M. Time ITable.
No. 1. 4 - tii a. tn. V. 9 iloun 'i..
No. 3. :1 p. in. No. 4.' 10 : a. in.
No. ii 7 :4T jl. fri. N' h t .t .v
No. 7. jm p. m. No'. 10. s .Hi a. in.
lii. S :17 p. in.
A1! trains run f:illv hv iriivnf Omho -
Nos. ? and 8 which run to and fxoja btiwylec
daily except Sunday,