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1'IVTTSMOUTII, NEKRASICA, FUIOAY EVENING, A1MUI, 5, 1881).
NUMIJKK 17 I
It. Htn oiriiiami ii..i.iiiPiit. Mnr rc i-
a .-v irirnuri n-ti idiir. a iiiiiiv-ri if irua
nolil In roinieli!iii ivitli tlif iniilillu.le of low
Ivnt, klft wi-lu'lit :t!iiii or i.liiMtiha'e iHiwtler.
mmt.1i in in ific ormnnry kiimi", aim raiinoi ue i
.SoM tmhf in cans. .'y.L. ISAKINO l'OWUKR
o., v.iii st. N. Y
I'eputy rrr.nur-.'r, -
ltcorl:T tf Dcfils
luuty It;.: r.lr
Cleric of Diolricl Co art,
hupt. of I'ub School-.
County J U' lite.
I) A. Camprkll
HlllU 'ltlT HFIKLn
M a ynaki Spink
HDARU or 8UPK11VISOKS.
A. B. Todd, t'h'm.. - - I'lattsmouth
Luri.'t Kmi.t. - Weepiui? Water
A. H. in KMilV. - K-mwnou
M. i- n KV
vv K Vox
Jam its Pattkkhon, jr.
- IIVKON CL.A R K
- A MAOOI.K
. - S Clifford
i. 11. Dunn
Councilinen, 1st ward,
i J V Wrckbach
j A SAMSBUKV
. 1 I M Jdnm
Mil. A SH1FM AN
. ( M li MfKFIIV
l S W IHtTTN
1 f M-CAI.I.K.N. rHRK
l.I V Johns v.Chaikman
Boaid Pub. Works Krwi (Souofk
I 11 IIawksWouth
.mass I.ODHK No. ut;. l. o. . r.--.Meeis
Ijjv.n. T.i. a. I it cvitiii - nf eiifll week. All I
traiiient brother aie r.pi-ctfully Invited to
IJLATTM )Cr!I KC A M I'M EN T No. 3. I
O. K iii-i'M icy a'teroale Friday
each nit in I :t ii iiii M.ioiii? Hall
H rot hers arc i vued lo attend.
MtlO LOlJiiK N'. si. A. (. li.
nil. 'Irv iit l-r'lier are respectf ully iu
i..l I , I I. i It. .u-.t f-ir..r V rlr
mau -.v.' il.k insier. k retnaii ;V. u.steimker
Ovorserr ; u . 11. Millr, r manner ; r
Hoiisewi: tli. Kee.T.l-r : K. J M"r! m. Kecelv-
er ; Win iTehaii. 4 i i -e ; Wiu. Lu1vvik. luside
tali-h : L. Nen, Miiiside ate
t'KHBASKA I'HVI'TKK. NO. 3. K. A. M
11 Meet !Hiud aad tourtll Tuesday ot ea'-h
nionlh at .M;-.)uV Halt. Transteic-nt brothers
are tuvited to meet witli uh.
V. E. White, H. P.
W'm. 1 v. Secretary.
IlI.ATTiMOL'T!! I.'MKIE NO. 6. A. P. A A.M.
-I Meett ou the iir-t aud liiird Mondays of
each month at tlieir liaM. All transient br curl
ers are cordially iailed to meet witu uh.
J. O. UiciiEV, W. M.
Wm. Hats. Secretary.
1 1ASS CAM I NO. 3.2.
MOD RUN WOOOMHN
of America Merts second and fourth Mon
day evening at K. id P. hall. All transient
brothers are rej:iesleil in meet witu u. L. A,
Newcomer, VeuTiile I'.msul ; . K, Ndes
Worthy Adviser ; S. C ilde. Hanker ; W. A.
OLATrSMOUrii I.OIXJE NO. 8. A.O. V. W.
A Meet every ai'.eru-ite Friday evening at
Rockwo.id hall at hoVIium. All transient broth
ers aro rei'!etfuliy i.ivited to attend. L. S.
I.Hniin. M. W. ; p. Iloyd. Poreman : S. C.
Wilde, U-'corJti; : l.eoa ird Anderson. Overseer.
Cl ASS COf SCi U NO ir.jl.KOVAl. VltCANUM
meets tne cec iod and fourth Mondays of
f aca mouth at Ar -.i-iU'ii Mall.
II. S. Ule.vjt, liegent.
P. C. Minor. Se?retary.
"fT. ZION COMMAM)VU. NO. 5. K. T.
U-Meels first ami third Wednesday night of
?ecrdUHy ii h' u. brothe"
Wm. Haw. !!ec. P. E. w hit'k. E. c.
PUTTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
President Kobt. li Windham
1st Vice rreside-it A. B. Todd
2nd Vice President Win Neville
Secretary - r"- Herrmann
Treasurer - F. K. GullnnaU
J, C. h.'.-itev. 1'. . White, J t.. Patterson,
J. A. Conner. H. tlso:j, C. W. Sherman, F. Uor
der, J. V. tVeekuach.
McSONIHIS POST 43 C. A. R-
M. A. Di"Kov 'o:nmander,
Bkn.i IIkjiplk Senior Vice "
B. Cabrkiax Junior " " -
iitt-. Sii.ks Adjutant.
A. Shii-mx Surg,
HXNKV STKKHiHT O. M.
A. Tr."oh 'irllcerof the oay.
JAXU HICKSOX, " iU:ird
'..Sergt Major i
A.ndhwv Fkv.. ..Ouarrer Mas'er Serttt:
t."! lictTM .. . Post Chaplain-
""Mectiiii Saturday evenias
p-raonal attention to all Iluines Entrest
to my earn.
xoT.vnr ix office.
Title Examined. Abstarct Compiled, In
surance Written, heal Estate hold.
Better Facilities for making Farm Loans than
Any Other Ageaeyv
Mr. Uird CritchGeld was iu Omaha to
day. Cpt Palmer was a passenger to Lin
coln this morning.
Misa Blessington, of Louisville, i the
guest of Mrs. Ed Fitzgerald.
Mrs. T. P. Large and Mrs. Mackey are
Tisiting at Mrs. J. F. Johnson's.
Mr.Jas Knotts, reporter of The IUk
ald, is visitiug his old home at Council
Bluff t da "
u s o ay.
Mr. E. W. Facwett, of the State Gran-
ite and Marble Co., Lincoln, is in the
city today on business.
for Glenwood this morning to '
friends for a short time.
Mr. J. L. Farthing, an extensive sand
merchant of this place, took his depart-
ure lor oreapona tms morning.
Mm John W fMurk arrived in the citv
from Weopinr Water this morning,
Rlu will mike Plktlmotith her home in
Bev. A. Ilirt, German Methodist Min
ister, took his departure for Hamburg,
la., this morning, where he goes to hold
Mr. Carter, at one time a prominent
business man here, now located at. Lin-
Coln, stopped off today while en route
Lincoln to Burlington.
Hon. John Barnes, of lork, arrived in
I the city yesterday to pay a short visit to
his daughter, Mrs. D. A. CampbelL He
returned home this morning.
J. M. Bothwell, secretary of the "i M.
U. A., took his departure fcr Fremont
this morning to attend the V. M. C. A.
secretaries' state conyention there.
Mr. C. E. Wescott an enterprising
clothier of this city who has been in Chi
cago for several days purchasing an im
mense stock of clothing, is expected home
Ji us biuener, or Maivern, xowa, wno
has been a guest of the Misses Smawley
for several days, returned home this
morning, ane was accompanioa as :ar
as Glenwood by Miss Mollie Smawley.
During the past two weeks the busi-
ueaspeupieoiuie inj uaye niamiesieu
' " cuierpn-e iuu iu nic uj
the adoption of the "hello system" and
the increase will bring the system into
service and make it of much more ad
yantage to the general public. The fol-
lowi ntr new names havn been nlaeeil on
the list: 89 J. Hatt & Co., meat mark-
et; 64 Troop & Uemple, grocery; 14
Phillip Kraus. fruit stand; 90 J. W.
Themas, Snmmit Garden; 57 0. P.
Smith & Co., druggists; 93 J. M. Pat
terson, residence; 72 McMaljen, resi
dence; &6 Dr. Hall, office; 97 Dr. Hall,
residence; 16 Skinner & Ritchie, real
estate office; 34 Dr. Withers, residence;
87 O. II. Ballou, residence; 88 W. L.
Browne, law office; 42 Dr,
residence; 15 L. A. Moore, green house;
57 Dr. E. W. Cook, office.
The remains of the late Godfrey F.
Gjger, who died at his home in Omaha
on Tuesday last, of heart failure, ia
the 60th year of his age, arrived by the
flyer yesterday afternoon. A large
number of relatives and friends accom
panied the remains to the city, and were
met here by a large number of the Odd
Fellows in uniform who turned out to
payiheir last tributes of respect te their
dead brother. The funeral took place
immediately after the arrival of the train
and a large number of friends followed J
the deceased to his last resting place in
Oak Hill cemetery. He wa well known
here, having lived in the city for twenty-
Last night thirty-jeven employes, of
fhe IJ. & M. shops were marched up to
the time-keeper's office to recti ye their
time checks. This is the first quota of
an aggregate number of 100 men who
will be discharged.
Several will be let
out today. Many of the men feel pretty
blue. Fourteen were dismissed from the
coach shop and fifteen from the paint
shop, the balance being helpers in ether
C. J. Martin, who owns tb,e: property
now occupied oy yas. aduii, lei a con-
t a.-ii i.
tract todav to D. M. Jones for the erec-
f - k:i.i: '
tWQ stories high. The building
i i r I
Two government surveyors who are
in the city today, were testing the gage
of the B. & M. bridge this morning.
Farmers say they are obliged to dig
ells in order to f)nd, any moYoiure in
will take the place of the old frame and pastry cojstantly on hand; confec
buildi'igs, and will add much to the fine tioneries, fine nuts and candies; day and
appearance of Main street week boarders meals and lunch at all
hours; he will also open an ice cream
C uro for Diphtheria.
The following recipe dime to us
through an exchange, ana as this death
mark has been prevaleut in tin city for
i. -1 1
many montlu, anu as we, -nun an
others would resort to any availible
remedy to see it stamped out, we iutro
duce this to the public with much coufi
dence in its virtue:
This most valuable recipe was ursi
- discovered by an eminent French phyM
I ! T" . . .1 ..Ia...... h.1 iiai.sl Iwr n
c,aa ,Q " BUU u J "
American spcialist, who, out of 700
i . t, i. .
i patients, uiu not ioe a cn-c. n mu-j.
' ,..l.i,,nf,lls of turnen-
I two table8,)(onfuiis of niuid of
..l.-,, ,n iUh in the room with the
Ia-sas f ji.v - -
patient, set fire to it, ami iu a few min
utes the room wid bo filled with a rich
P..;nn. mw.L-p nr vu.mr. whieli will be
inhaled by the patient. IMief will fol
J iw, in a yery short time after inhaling
uhe smoke. The nncrobesites will ue
loosened in the throat, and exectoration
will soon follow, after which the patient
I will sret a pleasant repose or sleep. Keep
this receipe where you can easily find it.
It i3 worth trying.'
Narrowly Escaped a Bullet.
Wednesday about 8 p. m. as Mrs.
Peters, who resides near the Fourth ward
9cbool house, arose from a chair on
whicn ghe ua,i keen 8,tt;Q , no ir a win-
do Bhe n:irrowiy escapj A a bullet
which came craghing through the win-
Mow. She arose from her chair to pick
Un a garment lying near by and had she
remained in her former position a few
I seconds more, she would certainly have
received the bullet which shot by her
and buried itself in the wall opposite.
It is not yet learned from whose hand
the shot cams out it is supposed to have
been an accident. It seems that the
lady's time has not come when such a
miracle should save her life.
Of the Photograph Gallery formerly
owned by Mrs. (Jutler. l wi-n to an-
nouuee to the people of Platttmoutb and
I vicinity that I haye bought the Photo-
grann uallery or lrs. uuti-r, ana nm
prepared to do as fine work as can be had
in the State. I have secured the services
of Mr- L R Kennedy as oo-rator, who
UM ha a twelve years experience in the
leading galleries in the eist aud west.
We make a Specialty in taking Babies
Picture8. cloudy days tqu dly as good
as sunshine for sittings. We invite you
all to call and examine our work, wheth
er you have work done or not.
W. J. KOON.
A Fine Performance.
The "Little Nugget" Comedy company
closed their engagement at the uuke
last night, before n audience which
was a considerable improvement over
iuat or me nrst nigiu. 1 neir stay in tne I
city has furnished loyers of comedy an
opportunity of unalloyed enjoyment.
The musical features furnish a most
pleasing feature of the entertainment,
and elicited repeated encores. Lincoln
Journal, Nov. (i.
Don't fail to see them at the opera
house next Monday night.
Notice to Water Takers.
Owing to the scarcity of rain the Water
Company will turn on water for Lawn
use at once if requested, at an additional
charge of one month. All parties now
using water on lawns will be charged
for one month extra.
3t The Platt8. Water Co.
Farmers report considerable dlssatis-
faction on account of the drought, as the
cattle suffer greatly for want of water.
Wells that have supplied abundance of
water for 25 years, are now dry, and all
wel Is fe being dug to a much greater
While srradini? is bin.? done in the
lJ ifc would be wejl tq eyeq up the
precipices m the sidewalks, on Main
"reet - Some one will take a tumble
ome dark night and who will stand the
Mr. Frank Boehm is suffering from
an injury which he received to hi right
hand while at work in the shops. One
finger was completely smashed, while he
received other injuries.
Mr. Frank Benson and Miss Emma
Ubricson will be married tonisht at 8
F- Ortmann has oneaed a new bakery
fanrl rMtanmnt in tn r-rn rr rnnm nf t li a
Riddle block. Fresh hread. enkes. nies
, . . . . r - i
parlor next Sunday the 7th of April
NO SMOKE OR SMELL
To the new COAL OIL. S.toye
j fball uud e
aat jounoii urct.
tuii anu icu iueu.
. . m
Stanly Heard From Again.
Bhubsklh, April 4. Advices received
hero from Stanley Fall state that Arabs
who have arrived then report that Hen
ry M. Stanley and J&uiiu P.iha were
licnrd from in February. They were
- then marching toward Zanzibar with sev
- era! thousand men, women and children.
They also had 0,000 t asks of ivory.
iioArais wio ur-jugni me news oi
- Stanley ana jumn arrived at Stanley
I TAillbiltl P..liritufif Tiinv l..!mo.1 fn nova
seen Stauley several months before that
Lomwn. Ai.ril 4.Sir Francis De
Winton. president of the Emin Bey relief
committee, doubts the storr concerning
i i - - -- - j 0
- Stanley and Emin which was brought to
Stanley Falls by Arabs. Supposing that
Staulev had reached Emin at Chrixtina.
- Sir Francis thinks the story brought by
the Arabj has traveled too ((nVdv n K
a iacr. lie consul. i ii m ij it...i
it originated in a discussion of Emin's
Cored to Death.
Fairmont, Neb., April 5. Sammy
Cockeraw, aged eighteeu, employed as a
laborer on the farm of Hal Stines. about
four miles from Fairmont, was attacked
by a vicious steer yesterday, receiving in
juries from which he died this morning.
The unfortunate young man was the son
of Samuel Cockeraw, an engineer on the
Chester branch of the B. & M., running
out of this place.
More Prairie Fire.
Ord , Neb,, April 4. Yesterday eye
niug a prairie fire, assisted by a very
strong wind, swept a large scope of
country north and northeast of this place
burning for George Cummings, four
miles northeast, a stable, two mules, har
ness and a number of farming utensils.
Mrs. Cummings ran into the barn when
it was most all ablaze and succeeded in
saving a horse.
A Child Burned.
Auburn, Neb., April 4. -A ten year
old daughter of William White was bad
ly burned near the First ward schoo
house here today at 10:30. Some un
known person set the grass afire around
the school house. At recess the children
were playing around it, whea the child'
clothing took fire. She is badly burned
irom the waist down, but it is not consid
ercd necessarily faal.
F ame is a word ambition lores,
A od art has ne'er its por ruit painted
irtus the heart of avarice moves.
0 blivious to the "shekels" sainted;
I arer than even these, by far,
1 s health, defying poet's dh tion.
T hen with it trifle not, nor mar
E nd ills that female pleasures bar
by taking Dr. pierce'a Favorite Pre
scription a remedy so satisfactory for
all those weaknesses and diseases pecu
liar to women, that thev need no lonsrer
suffer fiomthem if thev will but use this
world-famed reined v
A f u'd line of needles for all kinds of
sewing machines can be found at J. P.
l ounrrs music store also the best oil in
Ruined by a Parrot.
Mr. 3rown had a "bird dog" a very
handsome hunter and I must tell you
now lie was spoiled for hunting. It was
funny a circumstance that his master
always laughed when he told the storv.
although ho was much vexed to loso 6o
good a game dog. J3 housekeeper had
a parrot given to tier, and the first time
tne dog came into the room where the
bird was lie stopped and pointed." The
parrot slowly crossed the room U!iJ came
i:p in front of the- do; und lii:-d hh:
qiiare in the eye, and then. ;ifti r a mo
iuent. said: "oimv a rascal!" Tin
vas so much astonishes! to lur a
t:iiL that lu dr;ppil Lis t:
:! f:vm i:.-t
. ; :i hnou n t ;:oi:it"
i a"s a: J (li: I;;
It Made Him Tbi.
I liko to listen to people talking on tho
cars. The loudness of ton which some
bumptious folks adopt invariably gener
ally goes with aggressive ignorance. It
ia tho couple whispering in the corner
who are particularly interesting, but you
can't hear what they say. But some
times one catches an amusing bit. The
other day a man, stepped onto the dummy
and greetod another already there.
' "ilallo, Tom."
"How are you?".
"Yes. . Where have you been?"
"Been to a Chinese funeral looking
af it, I mean. I couldn't help think
All those Chinamen, and only one
dead. San Francisco Chronicle,
Ages of Animals.
A whale lives 300 years. A sheep lives
ten years. A cat lives fifteen yera. A
tortoise lives 100 years. A l,a . Uvea
twenty years. A camel ives. foity years.
A bear lives twenty years. A dog lives
fOurteejn' ' yeara. A 6quirrel lives eight
years. An, elephant 400 years. An
ox lives twenty-five years. A guinea pig
Jives seven years. A horse lives twenty
live fears. Detroit Free Press. .
AT 8 O'CLOCK OX
will take place.
JJ iL! JL
ever brought to this
Neckwear and Flannel Shirts !
cannot be excelled in any city. As a sovenir of this occasion every I.ady
and Gentleman will receive
A HANDSOME PRESENT!
I" I E"
Tho Leading Clothiers, - oil- & Main St.
Wagon and Blacksmith Shop.
Machine and Plow
A Specialty. lie uses the
Horseshoe, the Best Horseshoe for the
Farmer, or for Fast Kriving and City
purposes, ever invented. It is made so
anyone can can put on sharp or flat corks
as needed for wet and slippery roads, or
smooth dry roads. Call and Examine
these Shoes and you will have no other.
5th St., Plattsmouth, Neb.
Wagons, Bueeies, Mac!)ins Quifk'y Iiepairerl j
nows nnarpeneo ana uenera;
Horseshoeing A Specialty
I USE THE
Horseshoe, wliien sharpens UspI a it wesrs
awy. so there Is never any danger of your
Ilorsrt slipping anij tuirtiiiK i",elf. Call
and exainiue this shoe and you will
Have no other. Beft Shoe made.
SIXTH ST., - - PLATTSMOUTH
The 5th St. Merchant Tailoi
Keeps a Full Line of
Foreign & Domestic Goods.
Consult Your lntrt bl Civm Hint a U i
ABOVE EVENING OUU
We will show you snmd of the Handsomest Children's
Boys' and Men's
market. Our Stock of
MANUFACTURER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN TniS
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Cuds
FULL LINE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOIvJSIW ARTICLE?,
always in stock.
Nov. 20. mr.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
...'v,4r.t'. , . ... Lf
Lk It if. 1
Preservation of the Natural Tenth a
Specially. AueMhetica given for Pain
less Filling on Extraction ok Tkkth.
Artificial teeth made on fJold, Silver,
Hubbcr or Celluloid Platen, and inserted
as soon as teeth are extracted when de.
All work warrant sd. Prices reKtabfty
FirziiC!ii,o's Rl, PkMrmuuiH, Neb
Notice, to Contractors.
Noticft I herfjy jr'VPii that fPh"1 h:d will
t-.e jwived at Ihe clerk '.s ollirp up to 12 o'cliK'fc
on'I'ii'' ay. May 7, l-J:. Iiy the county eoni
iniMfionerM if Cans cnu ly.'.-l., for tir miii
triictiori and pornplet'on of a on-story dwelt
in t he er-ctel on t p f the j i) in tin eitv '
f I'latti'moutli in aid c unity, a'cordiri to
pl'insand fpecififial inim mw on fti In th of
fice of the county c0"k, HihhI nnl xMificint
houdx shall H';ooirpan each hid f.,r the faith
ful nerforioaitoe "f tli- w rk arid th hoard rtt
seives the right to reject any and a I hj'N.
BlKO t'lllTI KflKl.lP.
S7" trt Q 'iftAMONTH can he n.-
Iff lJ ijmt)f W01KIH14 f"l Hi. CIH
eferred w ho can fur;dh a hr-e a tl giv
ilieirwbole time to the bnsiuen". fre mom
ent' my be proflraldv etnp!ovt-.t also. A lev
vacancies in towns and ci!-ii. 11. K. JOHN --OV
&CO..I1XO Min-t.. lilehmond. Ya.
-V. Tl. lsilit tuil"Htl alt'i. Xtrrr tnin-l
af,out tr.ndiiiQ -n- f,r rtjiij. Com' juic!..
1'vur ffirliij. H. J. A Co.
K. a. Windham, John a. Davies.
Notary Public. Notary Vera.
attorneys - a.t Law.
OfBce over Bank c4 cas. 'County.
FLVTTSMOUTH4 . KBR A&KA
yK Bale or Trade Two he-i-y frn
teat9 for sale or trade for c ily property
Address, Savcal IJicuki!?on, Eiglkt
Jlile Grove, Neb.
lext, 5th Inst.
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