The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, May 13, 1889, Image 1

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Clerk of lnVtrict Co-jrt,
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CIAS' J.OP No. lifi. 1. O. O. F. Meets
every T it -J-.iy eveniiit: of c;h-1i week. All
transient bn llu-is sire reiic-ctfuily icviieJ to
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Poofe, Clerk
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Meet- SW.-.M4 a'd f:ri' 'lti:'s.!a i f v.i-l.
uinnlh at iai..-.- I liiiiSeicat Lro. Wis
W'M. I vs. Secret :iry.
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mV.'-soii tli" flr-t l linri Mom i iy-- i
each moult; ui ll:-r iiaM. Ail tr t'i-iu r.t '.rotll-
er are oor-ti.ioy ia - iu-t t wti U .
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V.TJi. Hats. Scer-.:ary.
lnrrsv.oL"i ri !.n:;K ' a.. r. w.
I Meet very :i;"i ni-.te 1 -i i-ve:iin-.: t.t
P.fckuoo.i h,ui:ii ' !. Alt tr; i.t l)r. t!i
ers are rfsfes-lf i'.'y i-ivifd atiU!l. -I.-vrton
M. W. ; K. Pov-1. Koreinan : N. -Wilde,
ilecordor ; Leonard Anderson. Overor.
WIaH yen
Men Custom Made Suits, - -
Men's r.lsick Imported Cork Screw
Men's I?ti$inc$3 Suits - -
Men's Chcviat Suits - -
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CtAS r Mi ' Mnimi'iN '.'.'iod.ifn
daVnTai at K. of V. .Al' t:'
broth' Rre re;!!.-,te.i i. inr-.-r ;ll
SV.Tlhy .ivusr: 3 O, Wild, lifter ; W. A.
ir.:ii .,.."" U not fhc staff of to manj
,iiip!i. jf c-iviiizftl i:;iions. lr;'.UM) thoj
Jo not c:it it. I'.aLt-d loavi-H of UriaJ aiP
unknown i:i many parLsof Ixnith AustrLi
iml of taly, and tliiouliont tho ari
cull'.ral Ii.-;tiict3 of llonmania. Ko!
many milt s from Vienna bread is novel
acen, it3 :!ucc lein taken ly eterz. a
ltinl of porril;o inado from ground
beech nuts, which U taken at hroakfa-s!
with fresh or "curdled milk: at dinnei
with Lroth or fried lard, and with inilL
again for 6iiiH-r. In tho north of Italy
the peasiintry livo chiefly on jiolcnta, a
iKirri lgo iiii'u of loiled niaizo. Itisiij
f-very Ktruxj the Italian ica;u:t'8 dail;
bread. The Roumanians cat a mama
liga. mado of maize r.nd like the jolonta
except that tho grains are not allowed to
fettle as ia the Italia:; 1L-1.. iteiz is
also I.nov. n a3 hfilcn and takes the place
of bread in Corinll.ia and many parts of
tho Tyrol. Good II-u x-ke ping.
Ir. A Ilot t'ji AiiK iulo ISoiiorublc.
Tlio new.paiH.'rs al - inli ror life as it is.
Th-y report ia full dl tho murler,
ciimos and horrors that liapiK-n around
us. I wish they would not give w much
p-aco to these thiiig.i. Oftui when w
want a unall Jlei.-tonhier cabinet picturt
we g t a I. road, htartling painting, done
xviili the of a ivene painter. It h
.-aid that t!.e newspapers of today do not
tc li the truth, and I think there ij no!
one of iij !:o h:::j nr.t wen at souio time
v other in his evening I-Ligl- rcjiori"!
.i!cut himself whieh ho thinks are not
correct, hut when wo cor.idder that tlu
ncwrpnpeiv. now take in tlio who! a
world, i marvel tliat t"a-y are correct :'!
they are. There i.; as h truth ia theiu
as thi-re i . in the preac!:i!i.;. (Laughter
.nd applau-e.J I.ynian Abbott at frank
lir.ito ijianer.
DonncIIy'n Note liouk.
Ignatius Ionnelly docs not truE to hid
menior for all the odd anecdotes . and
funny stories with which hi elaborates
hi speeches on any and all occasions,
but hu follows tlio example of Abraham
Lincoln and keeps a notL book whieh ii
full of them. IIo Lceps tla natc book ; in
a drawer at tsomc and looks them over,
not o,i!y ii'--:! hu wants ono tVr a
Keech, but wlienc ver he gets blue. He
says that Iuj note hooka nro better inedi
cine than anything tho dwtors can pre
soriLv. Soa.o one who professed to have
seen t!u ii:. iJe f oni of Sir. Donnelly's
note Look.5 t ays that when the rage gets
v .. -0:1 v.r q. at r king lilt of
;o rrv- i.::':e.-. a liOie UUld-j
sf : .' ".i;ii man .wli'oni it will fit. Miiuie
"i;;r lis Tri: "
Plenty f feed, fiout, giaham and
meal at Hen-el's mill, tf
- Tickets for the grand, ball to be
given by the A. O. U. V. on Jlay 15th
in Fitzgerald's hall, are for sale at T. P.
Young's ana V, IX l-aker.s. The com
mittee are sparing no pains in their prep
arations to make it oqe of tlje le-iding
attractions )f tlie se;isun. tf
C. E. Wesuott is agent for JIanjer's
Laundry, Chicago. Washing sent and
r-'f-.-i veil i-vi'iv Wednr-sdav eveainu.
Bria:; in your washing and have it done
riglit; it cots no more tuna liiierio
wolk. '
Er.KG.VNT Suit of Rooms fob. Rkxt.
Convenient to business, city w,tvT, gas
and other conveniences for famllv; those
I now occupy. Apply betore may 10th to
tf John- R. Cox.
Ice lco--lce.
We have started our Ice w i'-jon and
are ready to contract and deliver lee in
niiy ijuantity. Having the lest Ice in
the city, we guarantee satisfaction to all.
Telephone 72. tf
II. C. McMakkn & 3j-.
aaa tony a SuM
- 'IaSs Qreat HIse5siEil ate will only coiitliiBie a short
S 15.00.
ZZ per cent off, $lG.G7.
; $13.35.
3 G.65.
It Was Dutch-
The fcfuuday picuic held in the west
ern part of the city yutttrJay was Dutch
nil the wuy around, even to a scrap.
Frank Ucndford, a lad about nineteen
years old got in a row with a fellow
"fr m Cedar Creik and another Platts
mouth man and he was knocked down
ind -kicked about the heat! in a very bad
nanner. He is able to be about the
treet today and relii te the incident with
he variations, but his head is bound up
in most every place a bandage can be
made to stick.
Composite Photography.
Fhotographic art, in its recent progress,
includes no more interesting phase than
that known as composite photography.
It is six years 8inco that Professor Gault,
on American, began experiments in this
direction, attaining results that have at
tracted attention on both sides of the
Atlantic. In brief, tho process, which
applies only to reproducing tho human
features, consists of super-imposing a
number of photographs upon a negative
common to alL Tho outcome, when this
process is intelligently and skillfully
done, is n photograph embodying the
dominant facial traits of all tho portraits
placed before tho camera. Tho last pic
ture of all bears tho same relation as to
resemblance to its predecessor, as does
the human being often bear a likeness to ,
his ancestors through many generations, j
T-VoIi in 4 1 ir in iniT4 rf mnnv will VtnlliA I
magazine articles recently published,
giving the results of composite photogra
phy as applied to a chosen number of
pupils in a seminary.
The final photograph showed a type
distinct from the score of photographs i
Hied to produce it, yet revealed a face in
which tho dominant characteristics of
all wero blended in a face of extreme
beauty and power. In a similar manner
a composite photograph mado up from a
succession of family portraits will yield
a remarkable result, giving features in
which tho characteristics of ancestors are
plainly discernible. By blending two
portraits upon one negative a curious ef
fect is produced. Th.e possibilities of
composite, photography nro full of deep
Interest, not only for the lover of the
camera, but for the student of human
nature. Pittsburg Bulletin.
Personalities in Books.
It is the inborn curiosity all Lave
to know reen in iheir inmost persohalityV
t 'lap makes autobiographies the most in
teresting books in tho world. Of the
count Ies3 memoirs that h$vs been pub?
lished thero are none that rnay be callerl
dull, foe oven when there U dullness,
and the eclf rovealcr is relating details
common to humanity, the very fact that
we recognize it ns cluU, zzCl so class the
hero oi the tale with common clay,
makes it interesting to, the student. "No
matter what his "achievements, we per
ceive that after all here was a man. He
may have attained eminence in this line
or that, have performed some great feat
in war, in politics or in art, but, after
all, ho had, as the French lady said, "liis
hours and his moments."
There were times when dullness over
came him like a fog, and tho evidences
lio here in the bDok before us. Theire
fore, paradoxical as it may seem, there
are h6 chill autobiographies, for the rea
son that their verydullness has its inter
esting features,
The facp that all the novelists and story
tellers have put many of their stories in
j the form of autobiography shows the
1 hold this method of recital has upon the
mind. Robinson Crusoe is ten times
moro real than if Defoe had related the
famous adventures in the third perspii
the eaiao may bo said of Slarryat's sea
novels, of Poe's best tales, and even o
Frank Stockton's grot esqucries. Tlio ap
parcntly real narrator excites a personam
;uier'.-r"- it-stir J ckcim r.round th.
tsrnia -sr.rv tiouiJaiM tLo cur.: Chi-
4 CJlottoes ffoa- si
wren's Business Suits
Glen's ' - ' -
Men's "Working Suits
Men's Custom Made Pants
IPlattsmouf h. Metorasha. ILower Main St.
Treat lnjr Coimumpt Ion.
A few years ago a cure for consumption
was thought lyond all possibilit'. But
now it seems nearer, and there is good
reason to believe that the time is not far
off when, instead of that terrible diseaso
proving fatal in almost every case, as
was once the rule, in a large proportion
of them recovery will take place. Some
cases have recently been treated by hot
air. and the results, as far as known, ap
pear to have been admirable. The ap
paratus described in The New York Med
ical Journal consists of a stand support
ing a double cylinder, which is covered
with asbestos. The interior is heated
by a Bunson burner, so that pure -air
drawn in between the two cylinders be
comes heated and at the same time dis
infected. At tho outset of treatment
patients are made to inhale the air at a
Vmperature of 212 degs. Fahr. for thirty
Gradually the sitting is prolonged to
two hours, both morning and evening,
and the temperature of the nir U nlowly
increased to the li:."'- t ; ' ; , :
tient can endure without discomfort; the
maximum reached in any case has been
4S2 degs. Tho chief results were the fol
lowing: 1. The pulse, at first faster, be
came slower as the inspirations contin
ued, and the respirations became deeper.
2. The body temperature rose at first one
or two degrees, but in the course of an
hour sank to normal, the exhaled air
having a minimum temperature of 11.1
degs. Fahrenheit. 3. While the general
health remained undisturbed, the diffi
cult in breathing was at once removed;
there was lessening, and finally cessation
of cough, fever and night sweats, and
the appetite and strength improved. The
disease in time came to an end, in fact;
the hemorrhages, catarrhal lesions, in
filtrations, and the dilatations of the ,
bronchial tubes all being put a stop to;
cavities healed up; the weight increased
rapidly, especially where emaciation had
been extreme, and the germs of the dis
ease slowly disappeared from the sputa,
sometimes in as short a time as fourteen.
months. Boston Herald.
They Fall Asleep.
It seems to me that there is a peculiar
ity in some natures that needs a correc
tive as much as its opposite, that is the
habit of falling asleep at odd places and
at odd times by people, and asrainst theic
will or desire. Cne physician of this !
city had a strong tendency to this ut.
pleasant state of faculties, and, would. of
ten cause, much, to his. c.hs.grtn, great
amusemeufc, bus ortener groat annoyance
at this habit. Calling ono evening at tho
houao of a young lady of whom he
a great admirer, thte sleeps peil over
came him, and wLst she was talking t
hhi '-k goftly modulated tones, he, be
fore ho was aware, was sitting bolt up
rightasleep. The young lady was 60
angry she left the parlor without arous
ing him, and would never see him again,
to tho poor fellow's deep mortification.
Another time a patient called to have j
his heart examined. The doctor pro
ceeded to place his ear against tho heart,
and whilst thus occupied lost wakeful
ness, and-it was a quarter of an hour
lefoi"e the indignant patient disco ercd
the stata oi atZairs. Of course no ex
planation served to atone to the appli
cant for relief, and the doctor lost that
case rapidly. A well known clergyman
of this city, now a bishop, was also af
flicted this way, even on the altar.
Always, when traveling, he would be
overcome with slumber against his will.
There are many amusing stories told of
him in this regard. A very pretty girl
in the West End is another subject of
of this strange slumbering. In the par
lor or drawing room, while entertaining
guests, particularly if she is assisted by
her family, and knows the entire enter
tainment does not rest upon her, she
will, against her will, drop softly into a
quiet slumber. She rouses at tho least
cessation of conversation, but the drowsi
ness ut such times is a source of great
embarrassment- to her. St. Iiouis Glole-
mere si2g?
S 8.00. 33J per cent off, $ 5.36.
$ 4.65.
n Exhibition
f 2
Clothing) Furnishing Goods
or anything in our Elegant Line of Goods,
Entitelinp- tliem to a chance at the Drawing which will
take place October 1st,
Tlio Leading Clothiers, - 5tl & Main St.
for an Incurable case of Catarrh
in the Head by the proprietors of
Symptoms of Catarrh. Headache,
obstruction of nose, discnarjres falling into
throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid, ;
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid ; eyes weak, ringriDg- in ears,
deafness, difficulty of clearing throat, expeeto
tion of offensive matter; breath offensive:
amell and taste impaired, and jreneral debility.
Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres
ent at once. Thousands of cases result in con
sumption, and end in the grave.
By its mild, soothing-, and healing properties.
Dr. Sajre's Remedy cures the worst caees. 60c.
The Original
Calf f A 41 IITTIE
ann I turn Dn i
S a TVt uiicn r ill a
Unequaled as a Liver Pill. Smallest,cheap
st, easiest to take. One. Pellet a .Done.
Cure SicR Headache, Bilioua Ileadache,
TMzziiiess, Constipation, Indigestion.
aMlioua Attacks, and all derangements of
ffc stomach and bowels. 25 eta. by drug-gists.
from iiaarkecl priec of
Iiiae longer.
Boys' Suits - - - - 8 3.50. 33 per cent off, $ 2.34.
Childs' Suits ... 8 2.00. " 8 1.32.
Working Shirts 35 cents. Sliirts and Drawers 35 cts. Overalls 35c.
Call and le convinced that what we say i3 true.
Every Saturday
: Store, an
Choicest Brands ?f Cigars,
including our
Flor do Pepperbergo and 'Buds
aiways in stock. Nov. id. 18S1. .
A privilege rarely offered is awating
those afflicted with iny Chronic Disease
of the Eye, Ear, Throat, Lijri, Kidney,
norvous system cr any other organs. Dr.
P. Jiinss, the Celebrated Gorman Special
ist intends giving a free consultation on
his visit to Plattsmouth "and all such
j should avail themselves of his wonderful
skill so kindly offered.
Momey I