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VI tTTSlUOUTII, NEBRASKA, WEDNKSDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 188!.
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EFFORTS TO PROCEED.
pi'.i r iii i li j
This p.. wilcr never varies. A marvel of pur
t. .str.-mrrii anil vii).r.ili)-iies. Mure econo
mical tii.in the ordinary kiml-', .-tni cannot he
Sol. I l:i compel ilion Hi,, uiull it n.le of low
lent. N!i'n weight alum or phosphate powderx.
Soil . nil in r,i,ts. .'VAI. i:KI.Vii I'oWDKU
CO.. lot; V;iil m. .. v.
( Tho Destruction by the Waters a
Hard Matter to Undo.
'learlus up and ltepairliis t:M IIruii
and the Mrarrh for Itodiett in the
FIRE SMOLDERS IN THE DEBRIS.
Tivo 1 houNaiid Men Laboring in lh
Co firm a ugh Valley to Find
and If dry the lead.
easures of relief are being taken in
many eastern cities, and a cur load of
bedding and mattresses from Jackson
vill, Fla., was among she first to arrive
from a distance, and coming from the
far south, enlisted a warm fueling of
giutitudc toward the senders.
The responsibility of the breaking of
the dam to the South Park lake does not
seem to rest greatly on anyone. The
builder of the dam, though, is charged
by one who objected at the time of mak-
Tho Condition of Johnstown- "nS it of clay and shale instead of solid
Johnstown, Pa., June 4. Four days granite masonry. The people generally,
have elapsed since the flood of death mado no remonstrance when I ho dam
swept through the valley of the Cone- was built, and are blamed for not heed-
maugh, but no ray of sunshine lias yet mg the warnings given Friday.'
brightened the scene of horror at Johns- A meeting for the relief of Johnstown
town bridge. For thirty six hours with- sufferers was held at Willard's hall in
out intermission, the tire engines haye Washington, which brought together
played upon the smoking ruius above the many prominent ollicials, army and navy
bridge, but the flames that break out officers and citizens, and resulted in
afresh at frequent intervals in this float- generous contributions and donations of
ing field of ruins seem to defy the water, money, provisions and clothing. Presi-
Xearly two thousand men are employed dent Harrisou presided and made a brief
in different parts of the valley clearing hut eloquent and impressive speech that
up the ruins and prosecuting a diligent touched the sensibilities of all who
search for undiscovered dead. It be- heard him and dieted from his audience
conies hourly more and more apparent frequent applause. His arrival in the
that not a fcinle vestise will ever be hall was the occasion of loud aonlause.
CONSIDER IT FAIRLY
And Vote Without Prejudlceon the
Court House Bond Question-
A Circular from the Board of Trado to
Cass County Voters conoerninjr the
Proposition of 1886
PREJUDICE SPREADS A REPORT
Which i not in Harmony with the
Fa t as Nhown by the County
recognized of the hundreds that were District Commissioner Douglas called the
preside over the deliberations. Over
I V VI SOU IV, JIK S .
1ASS Mux;-; .o. u;. . o. o. F. -.Meets
X vit. 'Vt r .!'. ii ......1. i. - a i
transient inotiieis arc l.peiufuiiy inviiej to roasted m the Haines above the bridge. meeting to order and introducing the
xir. loxaui, an iron manufacturer, is I i-" iu.roi, me oueiience, invited mm to
pi'A l Kt;AMlM KXr X...3 I. O. mayor protein, of Johnstown. Today,
eaehinonh in ihe M.i-.mie ti nil. Visitiui? although for davs without sleen. lm i ill $ 1 0.000 in cash was raised.
Ilr.kf ll t-r4 U r. i t i-i t .1.1 t . f .1 I A I
sucas uuuiv 10 ins lasi. iiundreiis or """uj;u me uooct came suddenly
others are like him. Men are falling to I ,inf with such appalling disaster, yet
the earth from sheer fatigue. There . are I there were many deeds of heronsm
many who have not closed their eyes in I There are tome who have lost all rela
sleep since they awoke Friday. The Hun- tives and possesions that are affected
garians attacked a supply wagon be- I mentally. On Prospect hill, which i
tween Morrellville and Cambria today. Hterly a large hospital, there is mnch
The drivers of the wagon repulsed them j distress, but provision and nurses and
twice before they would leave. After shelter are rapidly being provided to
that the drivers and guards of the supply alieviate this. There seems also to be a
wagons were permitted to go armed. I breaking out of pneumonia here which
The Baltimore & Ohio, whose tracks j it is feared it will become epidemi
are now reported clear transfer pas
sengers from Johnstown to Pittsburg
ILA.TiiM(H7TM I.-)!)( ; K No. c. A. F. A.M.
-- Meets. .ii the lir-t ami Ihn.l Mondays of
eacn iiioniii at llieir hall. AM transient broth-
era are coraialiy ni reil to meet wii ii us.
J. Kit'iiKY, W. M.
W.l. Hats, Seert-fary.
C1AS:S CA.MI" '..-:;. MuDKKN V()il)MKX
' of An. l ie. i Meets ser,,!d and foiirl tt .Moll
day eveni: ux K. ..f hail. All transient
I'rolliv-rn are re.lli:st.. to laeet with iih. I,. A,
ortny Ailvlser; C. Vt ilJc. Hanker ; W. A.
T KI5KASKA I'll A I'TKIt.
NO. .1. It. A. M
i second atl'i I'Mirth Tiiesd:ii. of i-neli
inoiitu at Jluou h Hall, lraiiseunt brothers
are iavueti to meet wuli us.
. F. K. '.Vhitk, II. p.
31. I' vs. Set retarv.
1 t. ZION . M M A -DA I: Y . N ( ). .V K . T.
-i' Meets llrst and third ".Veilnesd ay nilit of
each month at M win's hall. 'isitin hrothere
aiPCuriilHliy liiMteU to meet u H ll U.S.
W 31. IIav.s. Itec. F. K. Win i k. F. C.
LATTS.MOUTH lAV.H'.E NO. 8. A. ). V. W.
- !ieel! every alternate r rid ay eveninj; at
nocKwou'i na;i a: u eio!;K. Ail transient broth
ers are r:.speeiri:!iy Invite, t tit attend. I
Larson. M. V.: K. Unv.l. Kurnn ni - k. I'
Wilde. Keoorder ; l.eo iai'd Alolersou. overseer.
fJMHO LOhCK No. y I. A. O. V. . Meett
every air,Tiiar l-ri.lay even-nir at K. of I.
Ii ill. transit-it lrorh.-r are ri speetlully m-
v leu loaiiet!'!. v. r. rvn. A'asti'.r vorK-
tnn ;t; I;. M t!isfr. Foreimin ; F. ii. Stelinkcr
overseer; v . h. .l.U-r, Finaneier; O. K.
llnusewoMh. KrcurtliT ; F. .1 Moriran. Keceiv
er ; Win. Civh in, Ouble ; VVn.. I.udwi, Inside
alcn : I. oi,en. outside att"
free of charge. Trains are packed so full And something About Where the
Counci'iueii, tst ward.
that it is impossible to obtain standing
ro.nn on the platforms. The passengers
are mostly women and children. Nearly
two thousand bodies have been recoverd
here, and as the work of examining the
wreckage progresses the conviction
.jrows that the magnitude of the calam
ity has not yet been approximated.
What is needed here today more than
anything else are grave diggers. This
morning hundreds of bodies were lying
around, and there was no one to dig
graves. At least fifty funerals have pas
sed the Associated press headquarters.
It is not an unusual thing to see two or
three coffins carried alng, one after an-
F. M. tin hky
W K Fox
JA3IES I A TT V K.SO N , .IK
li. C. Sri!.MllT I other, followed 1
I'l IVIIII I ' J " "7
i. ll. Dunn ait in tnesame tamilv. Some unfortunate
survivors dig graves for their own rela
tives and family,
J A Samsi-.c It V
1 t; !;hpkk. yt I.I),
i IM-. A Minn
I I M .Io.vks
i M ii Mi ki-hy
I ClIA. Hl-.Ml'I.F.
i'iS I lUS.MIlt
float d i'ab.W-ir
( J I) I5IM"V.
' 1 I. '.K1L.
.1 V .."HNS s.OllAIltMAN
Rain comes from tnaf may
The following bstrvations of the
weather for May, 1889, are reported for
The Herald by our weather special at
Mean temperature 05; highest teua
perature 00, on 5th; 94 on Ub; 89 on Sth;
lowest daily 29, on 3rd: 34 on 1st and
2nd; 33on 31st. Total precipitation in
inches ". Greatest precipitation in 24
consercative hours, in inches 1 Jon 17th in
the night. Number of clear days 2, fair
10, cloudy 8. Rain fell on 12 different
days. Prevailing wind at 7 a. m. wasN
E., still days 8, windy 11. There was
one light hail st:rm. Light frost orcur
ed on the night of May 3 and 31. The
first thunderstorm was on the 9th. Month
ly mean temperature was 55 4-5.
The following is description of one of
"natures forces" which is interesting to
study : To evaporate water enough
I J W ..HNS S.I
W JI N KWKLL
Oenuty l"reasur -r, -
Keeorder ul ie.- ls
Clerk of L)i!triel Cojrr,
Sheriff. - -Purveyor.
Kupt. of I'll? School!".
liOAKU utT sCiT.KVISORS.
A.B.Torn. ... Ilattsniouth
Louis Foi.tz. - - Weeping W'tttr
A. l. I'l KSuX, IS ill., - .- fc IIIVVIMIfi
1. A. (.'AM I'l! ELL
rillC!) I HITCH KIKI.O
1 UAN K I IH'K.SON
V. II. I'OOI.
.lO IN M I.KVDA
W. t.'. KlIOWALTKK
II. '. N HMIUI
M A TT H F. W J P. R I S C.
annually from the ocean to cover the earth
on the average, five feet deep with pre
cipitation; to transport from one zone to
another; to cause it to fall in the right
place, at suitable times, and in the pro
portions due, ia one of the offices of the
grand atmospherical machines. This
water is evaporated principally from the
torrid zone. Supposing it all to come
thence, we shall have, encircling the earth
..Ilobt. IJ Windham
A . Ii. Tod d
F. It. (iuthman
PLATTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st. Vie I'resi.ient
2ud Viet I'resideiit
.1 c. K'ehev. F. K. White. J C
J. A. Conner. R- KNon. C. W. Sherman
der. J. V. vV ccki-Ai-li.
JVIcQONIHIE POST 45 G. A
"tticerof the Ia.
Axnritsox ". Fry.. .. Quarter Master Serct.
L. '. Cckti'I, Fost Char-Iain
Meet inir Saturday evenins
M. A. Picks-iv
8. CA Kit tO AX
(imi. Sit. ks
a. Taksi ii
BUSINESS B ? i: ECTOR Y
WILL REBUILD THE TOWN.
It is thought that Johnstown will be
rebuilt almost completely. Financialy
the city was in good condition, and there
will be no drawbacks from that source.
Tne streets will be cleared of rubbish and
the mass of logs and boards burned on
Secretary Stackhouse of the Cumbria
Iron company, ia superintending, the
work of the 800 men who are clearing
away the debris in and about the works.
When asked what he thought of the de-
- I .1. . . MSlAn. -1 1..
stru. tions at present, he said: "Our loss a ueic or oceaD i'uuu mues ln weaatli,
will not be quite as much at the lower trom WD1C" th,a atmosphere evaporates
works as we supposed, probably less than a - f of water annuallJ 1G fea depth
105,000. Our upper works are complete- 1 no,st up aa a3 t,,e CIouds Rnd
ly demolished, and for that reason we lower down again a11 the water in aUke
have given all our efforts to nlacino- our 16 fect deeP' 3'000 mUes broad and 24.
lower works in operation at the earliest 000 milfs lon is the year,J business of
possible moment. I think we will be in this inTisible machinery. What a power
good running order in less than fo ir days. mi enSme 18 tne atmosphere: llow nice-
We are sparing no expense in nrosecutino- '-v RnJUsiea must oe an tne cog wdeeis,
Patterson, the work, and we are navJncr r- i.ffi- springs and compositions of this ex-
m.F.tJor- quisite piece of machinery that it never
- f . wi I
machinery has suffered very little,"
THE LOSS OP LIFE.
Twenty-eight agencies have been es
tablished within the flood district, and
all survivors haye been notified to register
themselves and families at once. This
work was begun at 4 o'clock yesterday,
and at 9 o,clock this morning (5,500 peo
ple had registered. There were 29,000
persons residing in Johnstown and the
boroughs named, before the catastrophe.
Superintendent Morgan, of the Cambria
Iron company, returned today from a
tour of the entire flooded ditdr-ct. He
wears out nor breaks down, nor fails to
do its work at the right time and in the
right way. What a field for investiga
tion, and how singular it ia that man is
placed at the bottom of this atmospher
ic ocean from which to commence his re
search?" In the last report for April the words
"Wild Plants" blossomed were printed
for "Wild Plums" blossomed.
The Matter Is Briefly Explained
To the Voters of Cuss County:- Ex
treme partisans of county seat removal
are making charges against the citizens
of the eastern portion of the county rela
tive to the present proposition to vote
aid for the purpose of building a court
house at the present county scat. vhi h
should not be permitted t. ; .-- i n . u d
viy tne voters tieiore casting an unpreju
diced ballot on Saturday next:
It is charged that the proposition con
tained in the call for the election to vote
a sum each year sufficient to pay five per
cent of the principle as the bonds voted
makes it obligatory upon the county
commissioners, in the event the bonds are
voted and issued, to levy this tax as
sinking fund at once from the date of
the issue of the bonds. Such ia not the
fact. This proposition is simply the
usual form accompanying all propositions
to vote bonds, and leaves it optional
with the board to call for such tax or
not, as the financial condition of the
county may warrant. It confers no right
upon'the holder of the bonds to compel
such levy, but authorised the commis
sioners to commence the levy for the
payment of the principal within
time to meet the bonds at matur
ity. Any fair-minded man .will
readily see that this proposition contains
nothing improper and can furnish no
reasonable excuse for yoting against the
Second. It is strenuously denied by
these parties that the people of Platts
mouth and vicinity offered to build,
equip and furnish a court house for the
people of the county for court house and
county office purposes if the commis
sioners of the county would simply con
sent to accept the 9auie. That some
$25,000 was subscribed by responsible
individuals of Plattsmouth and yicinity
is a fact, and that the proposition was
made to the c unty board in good faith
is a fact, as the following transerint
from the commissioners' record fully
proves and shows. That the raising of
more money to build a court house was
thus suddenly brought to an end is a
fact which the following record establish
es beyond dispute:
Commissioners' Record, Page 205,
Friday, March 5, 188(5.
To the Boaid of Commissioners of
Kxriu..MB.nz me unaersigneu, a
committee having in charge the propo
sition to erect a public building and do
nate the same free of charge to the coun
ty of Cass fer court house purposes, hav
ing raised a large amount of money by
private subscription for the purpose of
building and completing said structure.
are instructed to submit to your honora
ble body the proposition: "Will the
county commissioners of Cass coun'y ac
cept said building free of cost and charge
t't the county for court house and county
office purposes when Completed."
Committee i f.' 5 Ic
H. N. Dovey,
J. V. Weckbach.
The same was refused, Mr. Todd vot-
ng "for," and gentkmcn sirs. Foltz and
Clements voting "against" accenting the
building. Board adjourned to
meet March 16, 1880.
NEW GOODS ARRIVE DAILY
Complete in all departments. Handsome line
of Xeopolitan and pattern
HUTS. RIBBONS, PLUMES, COLLARS
CUFFS BELTS GLOVES
FANS HANDKERCHIEFS SASH RIBEON.
AVe cordially invite ladies to call junl ct piices we
can save yon money. '
Moore & Studebaker.
One door west of doc's clothing More.
em : ... : I.. . ..... i .. . s , ,,. .
eminent Answer this quest i n hoiuftly
before ou vote!
Hattsmouth is a rapidly growing it v
of more than 12.000 people today, mid
now her people and the heavy pop' da
w mr v bbib
i f al.l,.
" ' -jp - " iiioh;i.hto3iii Riirro
dtijf ia the Head by tho lvlrn-U,t Hot
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
Symptom of Calarrli. Ilc-u'luche.
OtMtrUCtlOn of now. lis lml LTi-H fuflmir Inin
to insist upon a curt house. It is ,- tXi 7.1.1.
cessitv! The people there offered to nut looly anl putrM ; yi wenk, riiiKiiiK inearal
1 deafness, dlllieulty or eleiirniK throut, .xe-lo-
their hands in their individual pockcls ration of offensive matter: lueuth oiteiiHive:
i r .i - emell ami taste iinpaireil, imij u-eiii-riil tlelillitr.
and turmsha court house, yet, It WHS re- Only a lew of t hew symptoms likely to ho prei.
fnun.l r...i ...... ii i . Hit at onee. 'I IumisiiikIh ol ciihcs result in uoii-
luscd. Can you blame the voters now .umptlon. ,in.i en.l in the frave.
:,.r.i . - .... i -.. simpionn
t ..... . i.gui oontruction or no Oisclmi ri-h tallinir inlo
for demanding their rights under the
law and submitting a fair proposition
for a fit place to transact tho county j
Plattsmouth Hoard of Trade.
Because people use the snine words, it
does not follow that ti lev iiicun tho same
thing. The word partridge, for example,
means one bird in New England and
another at the south, and the significance
of even so common a term as toust ap
pears to bo subject to wide fluctuations.
On the second day out from Fort Smith,
says Col. Marcy, we halted for the night
at a respectable looking farm house, and
my New York companion readily olj-
tained from tho hostess a promise to
make a nice dish of toast and a cup of tea.
In due course supper was announced,
and we seated ourselves at the table.
The dishes before us consisted of fried
bacon floating in grease, some corn
bread in the shape of hand grenades, and
a quantity of glutinous, half baked hot
biscuit, neither of which seemed calcu
lated to tempt tho appetite of the gentle
man from New York, who called for the
The landlady replied that she "had it
on fry in, and sho "lowed it would soon
Capt. McClellanand myself exchanged
significant glances, but my friend from
New York appeared not to appreciate
the joke, and inquired what she meant
by frying toast. She assured him it was
ail right, as be would soon see for him
self. When it came on the table, it appeared
that sho had taken tho loaf, cut it in
two parts, p'aced them in a pan, and
fried them in grease for about half an
My friend did not wnn to relish this
method of cooking, anil explained to the
hostess in detail the proper method of
making toast, whereupon sho said, "Oh,
I see; you want burnt bread. 1 thought
you wanted toast." Youth's Companion.
liv its in 1 lil. Hootliinu-. unit heiilfmr nri.Tu.rli.
Dr. Siiy'H Remedy enreH the worst hhi h. Wk;.
MMrvV The Original
rv CT i-urriy v,grta-
Unequaled asa Uver 1111. Smullt,eheiip
mt, eHifSt to tHko. Ono I'ellel a Hone.
Cure Wick Ileuilaclic, Itiliuuw Headache,
8izzllieMH, CoiifttlputifMi, iiiillKrktioii.
Iliuui Attack, uii'l all ileruiiKemeiits of
be Uiinach aim! tioweln. ' eta. by JrugtfisU.
MANUFACTCHKR OK AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DliA I.I.ii IN Till';
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Popperborgo' and 'Buds
FDI.I. LINK OK
TOBACCO AND SMOKEIW AIITICLES
aiways in stock. Nov. 2V, 1885.
I respectfully reqiu-i-.t till patties in
debted to me to call and settle llieir ac
counts before June I.-t.
Af.KRKD SlUI'MAN M. J).
( Jojix Clemejtts,
B, L.OCI8 i OLTZ.
S. F. THOJIAS
&!ZJti;Z:lutti:'& ocicf - declared that only aboat 15.00J persons
are now alive, where 29,000 livrcd and
A. N. Sl'I.LI V A.N,
Attomev-at-I-iw. Will ijive prornjit att?ntio
to ail i)iis:iieJi intri!te.1 t. Mrti. OfHee Ir
Union IJIoek, East !J. 1'Ut t:uoutb. Neb.
Staple anJ Fancy irie'-r'e.s, uiaisw.ire and
Crockery. Hour ami Kee.I.
had their being before the flood. Adjt.
Gen. Hastings maintains that the death
list will noc exceed 8,000, and of this
number he thinks 3.000 will nevor be re
covered. Mr. McConnausrhev. the. rhlrf ... .
. . . ulo jence
inose Happy Days.
Young Man Don't you remember me?
Old Gentleman Can't 6ay that I ever
saw you before.
"Don't you remember little Sammy
Uambry, who used to steal your peaches
and break your windows, twenty years
ago, right here in Austin?"
"Why, certainly, I remember you now
very well; how you used to steal my
peaches, and don't tyou remember how J
caught you just as you were getting over
one day, and how I tanned
Fine Job Wor
k a specialty at The
of the bureau of reglstradoq, add today your little hide for you'
inai ne is convinced that the number who "iou bet vou did! Ah. those hannv
trished is fully 10,000 or more. I days will never come aain. "Time.
( A. B. Todd
Attest: J. M. Robinson, Cj. Clerk.
State of Nebraska, )
Cass County, "
I, Bird Critchfield, coun y clerk Cass
county, hereby certify thut the above is a
true copy of that part of commissioners,
proceedings pertaining to the p-oposi-tion
therein set forth as appears from the
records in my office.
Witness my hand and seal this 4th
day of June, A. D. 188!).
seal Bird Critchfteld, Co. Clerk.
Is it not a fact that a large majority
of those opposed to these bonds arc ac
tuated not by a belief that the proposed
court house is not needed or that the
propositiop to vote bonds is in itself
wrong, but by the local prejudice that
exists in their minds against Plattsmouth
and "the east end" of the county?
would tnese extremists say a single
Not So runny.
It is so much clear gain when the
effervescence of bcyish force is conducted
away from mischief making by a fishing
rod, a bicycle or a 6et of mechanical
toohs. A sailboat mav quench a bov's
desiro for a sailor's life, and camping
out in the woods may cool his ambition
to go west and fiht tho Indians. Mr.
J. T. Trowbridge, in The North Ameri
can Review, tells how one boy learned a
similar lesson at a much greater cost.
A few years ago sotue youngsters in
tho suburbs of Boston conceived tho idea
of going west and becoming cowbovs.
First, however, they thought best to tret
a little practice as amateurs. They would
lasso a cow.
The leader, the Buffalo Bill of the
party, having to act the double part of I
horse and rider, tied a clothesline to his !
own waist and made a loop of the other
end which he threw over the cow's horns,
as she was quietly feeding in the pasture.
It took her some time to find out what
the fooling meant. Then she made
things lively for tho "cowboy." The
part of the lasso thrower was suc
cessful, but the part of the horse was a
He was thrown to the earth, and one
continuous streak of cow, rope, and
foolish boy went flying across the
brarably field, and over walls and fences,
to the amazement of sje3tators, and to
the especial profit of nobody but tho
village surgeons, who were sent for,
after the rope along with three of the
boy's ribs had got broken.
A general impression seemed to be left
upon tho youngsters that there was not
so much fun in lassoing a cow as they
Drink Champaign Mist. Delicious
Cool and Refreshing. For side by 11 W.
Cook at -Smith A; Black's old stand, tf
KiiMiiucr HI lope I'm m Mlicrw ooil'o.
Plenty of f.Md, fl our,
meal at Ileisel's mill, tf
grab 1111 and
How, only ..! at
House and lot on Ritchie plan f .rsal
on easy payments; enquire- ;tt Johnson
IJkos. Hardware store. j f
KO SMOKE OTi SMELL
To the new COM, on, stove
nst reccivf tlal .IoZiiimoii tit .
1 :ttl iiH'I sec JIn iJi. TIm-v will
your ice cream with the lightning frei z-.-r
sold by Johnson Bros. 7fwlm
The effect of using Ilibbard's Rheurna
tic Syrup is unlike ail medicines contain
ing opiates or poisens. it btimr entirely -
free from them. It cuts rheumatism by j business.
word against these hons if they had yricke A Co.
FiftyDolIars in clean Cash
To be given away by C. E.
W--cot t, the Jjijss Clothier.
dollar's worth of .ords
our Elegant i-tock
entitles the purchaser to one chance
to draw this (ill A X D I'ltlZK.
Drawing takes place October
loth, 18 M. Th
Our stock is complete,
carry only reliable good.--,
at the lowest bottom figures
strictly one price and no .Monkey
C. E. Wkscott,
The Uoss Clothier.
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