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THE DA1LV IIERALQ : l'L ATTSM 0 13 Til t NKBKASKA, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1889.
Tho Plattsmouth Daily Herald.
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liouucH, $3,1m7; household or office furni
ture and property, !1,7;J0; investments
in real estate and improvements thereon
f l::,3U0; um't of railroad property, $723,
1!M: ain't telegraph sSs.30: all other
property required to he listed, $ C0,4."1
total value of personal property, $2.08 1, -152.
Number of acres of landu, y,315,
1)4 1,027,42. Number of improved vil
lage or city lots, 5,J12,;!21; number
of unimproved village or cily lots, 473,
104,03; total number of lots, 0,773,753,
o0l; total value of all property, $1,7(11
N84. The above figures can be relied up
on as correct, as the have been careful
ly compared with the report of county
clerk. This should be clipped as it wil
be useful for reference.
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Ma i sliouiil he deposited fifteen minuter be
fnro l If above time to iii-cre dispatch.
Tub Italians of New York City are
going to erect a $ too, 000 monument to
the memory of Christopher Columbus.
CiiK' viO hat; an organization of men
who propose to do all the legal hanging
of men in the United States. The sher
iffs, though, are not crying monopoly.
A kii.i. has passed the state senate and
legislature of New York, and become, a
law by the-signature of Governor Hill,
raising the wages of laborers along the
Erie Canal in that state to $ 2 a day. The
trouble that is predicted from this bill
will not stop until the canal is closed.
Missonci is now the banner soldier
state, her irrand army enrollment having
reached 17,210. This is only one of the
assurances tlrat she is steadily inarching
forward to what Parson Simmons calls
"the sunny banks of sweet deliverance''
from Rourbon folly and disrepute.
Aisuxi;emi:nts have been completed
for building 4,000 miles of railroad in
Siberia, and work is to be commenced at
once. The country to be opened up is
known little of, but reliable reports deny
the time-honored legends about perpstual
snow and desolation. If Siberia can be
settled up and used for something better
than a colossal Uotany Hay, America will
be one of the first rations to reap the
a.lvant'i'res of the transformation. Al-
ready several railroad construction con
tracts have been placed in th's country.
Tub Augusta (Ga.) Chroukle reads
its free-trade, tariff reform brethren a
rood, sound lecture. It says plainly
that Groyer Cleveland is not President speech, not to meddle with any state
UETl'ING THE III EYES OPEN
Although the Uiited States has neither
decapitated nor put a head on any foreign
power recently, yet her power is felt and
her greatness as it is, is being seen and
acknowledged, as the following from the
London Spectator plainly suggests:
"If I lie United States were a smal
power her 'original ijea of diplomacy,
as the German Chancellor's penmen cal
it, might be considered a caprice, and
passed over with a smile, but her people
arc becoming the greatest nation in the
world. It is probable that nothing short
of actual violence would now induce
any nation to attack her, while she couh
if she pleased, ruin the commerce of any
nation on the globe. It is true the has
scarsely any regular army, her 25,000
men being overworked at home; but if a
neighboring planet kept no army it
would not be subject to an attack.
Her coast, if threatened, would bristle
with torpedoes and new meaas of de
struction, and her protectionists would
be only too pleased if importation stop
ped. Her navy, though still small is
rapidly increasing, so rapidly as to be a
subject of special reports to the maritime
powers; and if war were in immediate
prospect her limitless command aliko of
money and men would soon draw a fleet
together. Besides, apart altogether from
her existing resources, the growth in the
strength of the union affects the imagina
tion of the European states.
There arc children alive who will sec,
or at all events may see, the 'North
American Republic' with a population of
200,000,000 and the means of laising
300, 000, 000 a year, and the idea of in
curling the enmity of such a power is as
appalling as the idea of fighting Russia
would be, say by Italy or Spain. Amer
ica rould be met only by a confederation
of Europe, which, without some great
change of circumstances, would be im
possible, or possibly if all Europe felt it
too dangerous to put up with the treat
ment one power was receiving.
The Union already stands toward the
Spanish and Portuguese-American States
in the relation in which she may one day
stand toward Europe itself. Her foreign
office already claims something like a pro
tectorate ever both Americas, and desires
to wield a preponderating influence from
the St, Lawrence to Patagonia, forbids
any government lo cut the isthmus of
Panama and warns Europe in a president's
"Is marriage a failure T" be lightly said;
"Well, often iu annuls are fraught with wo.
But I can't help thinking If maids who wed
Were a little more yielding and iwse yoo
Would welcome their lord, as they did their beau.
With a pleasant smile and a loving kbw
Why, life, like a poem, would onward flow,
And inurrlage could never bring aught but
Out Majorlo answered, "Ah, dearest Ned I
The women are never at fault, ah, nol
But often you men are no badly bred
You have such queer ways, and you vex us so.
And then, to your clubs you must always go
You can't be persuaded a one to miss I
But If you would only reform, you know
Why marriage could never bring aught but
"But consider," ho laughed, "If we were fed
With muffins that weren't so much like dough.
With the clearest coffee, the sweetest bread.
All such as our mothers made long ago;
If tho household affair would always (low
It's easy for women to manage this
With scarcely a ripple or Jog, you know.
Then marriage could never bring aught but
Whereat she was angry: "You wicked Ned I
You twist things about, and you change them
Nay, happier far were the lives we led
If you'd give us a little more cosh, you know,
And if, every day, we could shopping go
With a purse that wasn't a dark abyss,
Theu seldom we'd murmur of "wedded woe,
Then marriuge would never bring aught but
So If women wcro angels hero below,
And men would do Just as they should, I wis,
And all the conditions were right, you know,
Why, marriage could never bring aught but
Nelly Eootli Simmons la Washington Tost.
Close Your Moutli.
' "You snore, don't you?" asked a Pitta
burg doctor of a patient who was af
flicted with a throat trouble.
"My wife says that I do."
".And you laugh quite often?"
"And your mouth's open a good deal
of the time; just as,''2,iov when you
aro not talking, 'asSqr cif snoring?"
"I supjHJse so."
"Well, that is what ails you. Break
yourself of tho habit and your throat
will get well. Breathe through your
noses that is what it is mado for. When
you draw the air through your mouth
you receive it with all tho dust and im
purities it contains. Professional run
ners understand this; they know they
cannot hold out in a race unless they
keep their mouths closed. The savages
understand it, and an Indian mother
who sees her babe 6leep with its mouth
open will press its lips together bo that
its respiration may bo natural.
"You have heard the story of tho In
dian who was matched against a white
man to run a race, 'Me beat 'em sure,'
ho said, before the race began. On
being asked his reasons for so believing,
he replied that he had no fear of a man,
either in a race or in a fight, who kept
his mouth open.
"If people generally knew how many
diseases of the throat and lunsrs are
brought on by wrong habits of breath
ing I think they would bo mere cau
tious. Why, even a horse can't stand
it. I wouldn't buy an animal that kept
its mouth open all the tune, nor would
any man who knew anything about
horses." Pittsburg Dispatch,
today because he refused to listen to such
statesmen as S. J. Randall, W. II. iiar
num, Senator Ilrown of Georgia, and ex
Senator Davis of Virginia. It closes the
argument with the following sentence:
"The democrat who does not believe that
the President's message and the Mills
bill, as at lirst introduced, defeated the
party in the last election is not a safe
guide. Unless he learns wisdom from
our last political defeat he will not learn
it through one arose from the dead to
instruct him." The men of the South
begin to see where their true interests lie,
and the sooner they learn that they can
neves trust the free-trad democracy for
protection, the better.
'Iving south of
4,000 miles off.
us,' though it may be
IMPORTANT TO THE CITIZENS.
A Traveling Man Creates Great Ex
citement in the Empire House
TvTVK"pjrvr4rcv-Kr fnWA Oct. 14. 1SSS
RhtumaiUi Syrup Co., Jackson, JIic7i:
Gents: Your Mr. Brooks caa.o hero
tonight and registered as agent for nib-
bard's Rheumatic Syrup, and as he did
so it awakened in me an interest neyer
before realized in a guest at my house,
You will not wonder at it when I tell
you the story. For years I have been
greatly alilicted with inflammatory rheu
matism, the pain and soreness of the
joints at times being aluxest unbearable;
could move about onlv with the aid of
crutches. In addition to this my stomach
became badly diseased, and neuralgia set
in, which threatened to end my day. A
traveling r.aa chopping with me gave
The following figures will bj of inter
est to our readers as showing in a con
densed form an abstract of assessment
in Cass county for the year JSSi); Num
ber of men who pay poll tax, (about)
4.S0U; number of horses 12,231, value
$237,107, average value $23.47; cattle quite a history of your fcyrup, and the
37,553, value $201,037, average $5.4G; peculiarities of its combination, which
mules 1,237, valu $32,0tK; sheep 37ii, induced mo to try it. I have taken six
value $279; hogs 42.521, value $56,3H; kettles and no act in my life affords me
steamenf ines 52, $(5,743; fire and burg- greater satisfaction than in writing you
lar proof safes, 10S, value $2910; billiard I am a well mar.
or similar tables 37. value $715; carriages It will be a pleasure for me to answer
and wagons S.OOS. value $33.8-2; watch- any communications, for I believe it to
A Very Smart Cat.
The girl emploj-es of the Ansonia Brass
company have a cat which is ;sn experj
in catching English sparrov.-a. The cat
is fed from the dinner pails of the girls,
and after dinner it generally brings in a
nice plump sparrow as dessert. Curios
ity as to how it caught the birds so reg-
. , i . i
many was arouseu ana me cat was
watched. One of the girls had given it
a piece of bread and pussy was seen to
take it in its mouth and go put to the
concrete walk in the yard, where it
chewed up the bread and placed it on
the walk. Then it hid behind some boxes
in the yard. Pretty soon a flock of spar
row? alighted to eat the crumbs, and it
took but one spring to land in the mid
die of the flock and capture one. Phila
The Cat a Diplomat.
There are those who declare tliat the
cat is a treacherous animal and has not
the absolute confidence in human nature
possessed by the dog. I agree with such
people to the extent that in every in
stance pointed out that I have examined
the cat imbibed its treacherous habits
from motives of self preservation from
soma treacherously disposed member of
the household. The cat is a diplomat,
pure and simple. Its habits are formed
from those of the human species in its
environment with whom it has to deal
and from whom it has to defend itself,
I have never known an instance nvhera
kindness failed to go straight home to
the mentality of the cat and was not re
ciprocated. New York Star.
be the best remedy ever formulated.
A. S. Rowley, Pioprietor,
Empire House, Independence, Iowa.
Pojd by F. G. Fricke & Co.
es and clocks 2,074, value ?7,425; sewing
and knitting machines !01, value $10,
457; pianofortes 153, $C,:33; nit-lodeou
and organs 652, value $7,754; steamboats
2, value $270; merchandise on baud,
valued at $25,44f); material and manu
factured articles valued at $15,170; im
plements and machinery valued at $19,
025: asncultural implements, valued at
-.t nor. i.l on.l eiK'n- iUtnn,l t.lti..l matisui, blood disorder and
T ' v , - - - ' - - - ...... t .
. 7I1,..1 iii:M- mmr i,f Ivinl.-a kidney complaint. It comes
Ul V wauv.v Mfc vu. w w - i -
$53,477; credits of banks, $14,924;
diamonds and jewelry, valued at $24'.!;
moneys other than of bank, ?13,340;
creaus otuer man oi uanws. ?o F5ae Jo!i. Work ft specialty at The
bonds, $2,t'.30; shares of capital stock of Herald office.
companies and associations not incorpo- The Xe,v J(MV onIy vol at
rated, $1,083; property of companies and Kherwoodg.
corporations, $73,03; bridge property, Balbriggau suits the best in the city at
$51,000, property of saloons and eating Elson's the One Trice Clothier. tf
Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup and Plas
ters are prescribed by the leading phys;
cans of Michigan, its home state, and are
remidics of unequalled merits for Rueu-
the highest endorsements and recomen
dations as to its curative virtues.
Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Millions of Cocoaiiut Tree.
A Rangoon (Burmah) correspondent oi
The Pittsburg Dispatch writes: Indo
China is still largely a jungle of forest.
I x :i 1 it r , . . .
uuii us sou ia as weu nnea to support a
great population as is that of India. In
the south you find cocoanut trees by the
millions, and I noted of the cargoes that
weie put on tne stup3 m the harbors of
the south that they were owned by the
liunese. then there is also the teak
wood trees. The wood is as hard as
ebony, and it takes a polish and has a
gram like that of mahogany. It is used
for ship timber as well as for furniture,
and it is now exported from Burmah and
Siam to all parts of the world.
Hot So Had a That.
Smoltok You are becoming some
thing of a writer, I hear, Miss Sylva. 1
understand that you write over a nom de
Miss Sylva Penne (young and timid)
Oh! no, indeed. The last article I wrote
was hardly over a column. Pitteburir
Bank of Cass county.
Beeson, A. res.
Bennett, L. D. store.
Brown, W. L. office.
Ballou, O. II. res.
B. & M. tel. office.
B. & M. round house.
Blake, John saloon.
Bach, A. grocery.
Campbell, D. A. res.
Chapman, 8. M. res.
Clark, T. coal office,
Clerk district court.
Connor, J. A. res.
County Clerks office.
Covell, Polk & Beeson, office.
Cox, J. R, res.
Craig, J. M. res.
Critchfield, Bird res.
Cummins & Son, lumber yard.
" J. C. farm.
Cook, Dr. office.
Clark, A. grocery store.
Clark, Byron office.
Cummins, Dr. Ed., office.
District court office.
Dovey & Son, store.
Dovey, Mrs. George res.
Dr. Marshall, res.
Dr. Cook, room.
Emmons, J. II. Dr. office and res.
First National bank.
Fricke, F. G. & Co., drug store.
Gleason, John res.
Goos hotel -Gering,
II. drug store,
Hadley, dray and express.
Holmes, C. M., res.
Hatt & Co., meat market.
Hem pie & Troop, store.
Hall, Dr. J. II., office.
Holmes, C. M., livery stable.
Hall & Craig, agricultural imp.
II. C. Schmidt, Surveyor.
H. A. Waterman & Son, lumber.
Jones, W. D., stable.
Johnson Bros., hardware store.
Johnson, Mrs. J. F., millinery.
Johnson. J. F., res.
Klein, Joseph, res,
Kraus, P., fruit and confectionery
Livingston, Dr. T. P., office.
Livingston, Dr. R. R., office.
Manager Waterman Opera House.
McCourt, F., store.
McMaken, II. C, res,
Murphy, M. B., store.
Murphy, M. B., res.
McMaken, ice office.
Minor, J. L., res.
Moore,L.A., res. and floral garden
Neville, Wm., res.
Olliver & Ramges. meat market
Olliver & Ramge slaughter house.
Pub. Tel. Station.
Palmer . II. E. res
Petersen Bros., meatmarket.
Petersen, R., res.
Polk, M, D., re.
Patterson, J. M., res.
Richey Bros., lumber.
Schildknecht, Dr. office,
Bhipman, Dr. A.' office.
Showalter, W, C. office.
Siggins, Dr. E. L. res,
" l oince.
Soannichsen & Schirk, grocery.
Sel Kinkade papering and p'ting.
Streight, O. M. stable.
Smith, O. P. drug store.
Skinner & Ritchie, abstract and
Sherman, C. W. office.
Todd, Ammi res.
Troop & Hemple, store,
Thomas, J. W. faummit Garden.
Water Works, office.
Water works, pump house.
Waugh, S. res.
Weber, Wm. saloon.
Weckbach & Co,, store.
Weckbach, J. V., res.
Western Union Telegraph office.
White. F. E., res.
Windham, R. B., res.
Windham & Davies, law office.
Wise, Will, res.
Withers, Dr. A. T., res.
Wm. Turner, res
Young, J. P., store.
S. Buzzell, Manager.
Liberal "House - Furnisher
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding,
Gold Coin Stoves and Ranges,
The Best in Use. Also Gasoline Stoves.
The Most Complete House Furnisher to he found in the county.
I have everything you need to 1'iiriilt-h your houte
from toj) to bottom.
I SEL FOR CASH ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN
AND DELIVER GOODS FREE.
AUKST FOR TIIK WII1TK HKW1XU .UAMII.VK.
Flense call and examine my stock for yourself before buying.
I. PEARLMAN, - Plattsmouth, Neb.
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because it reaches the largest number of people. Advertising rate
made known on application. If you have property to
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vertise in the Hehald.
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PLATT8MOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
CAPITAL ST00K PAID IN, - $50,000
Authorized Capital, $100,000.
Bank of Cass County
Cor. Main and Fifth Sts., Flatteinoutli.
PAID UP CAPITAL no mo
C. II. 1'ARMKI.E
J. M. PATTKltSOX... .
J AS. J'ATTEltSOX, Jit..
. . President
.... Ass't Cashier
! C. H
7RANK CARRUTH, JOS. A. CONNOR,
W. H. CUSajKO. Cannier. .
Frank Carrutb J. A. Connor, F. R. Guthmacn
J. W. Johoicn, Heury Boeck. John O'Keefe,
W. D. Merriaui, Wm. Wetencamp, W.
Transacts a General Banking Euelness Al
wtu bare any Banking business to transact
are invited to can. no waiter "
large or mall tbe transaction, it
will receive our careful attention,
and we promise always cour
Ueues Certificates of Deposits bearing Interest
Buys and sella Foreign Exchange, County
and Cltv securities.
Parmele. J. M. Patterson. Ki.l CnrHor
A. H. Smith. It. B. Windham It iu...uu'
Jas. Patterson jr.
A General Banting: Business Transacted
Accounts Solicited. Interest allowed on timo
deposits, and prompt attention given to all
business entrusted to its care.
A Practical Aga.
Ours Is a practical age. The old mot
to, "Trust in (Jod and keep vour rxwder
dry," has been translated by an Iowa
farmer thus: "Boys, don't touch thesa
melons, for they are green, and God see
you." Boston Congregationalist.
The Herald Job Rooms are the moet
complete in the county.
Elson, the Old Reliable One Pnce
Clothier, is the place to get Business Of
adresa suits cheap. tf
The effect of using Hibbard's Rhemna
tic Syrup is unliRe ail medicines contain
ing opiates or poisens, it being entirely
free from them. It cures rheumatism by
purifying the blood. Sold., by F. O.
Fricke & Co.
OF PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA,
Offerptbe W? nt taciUtUa forth prompt
transaction of legitimate
mocks. Bonds. Gold. Government and Loci!
Securities Bought and Sold, Deposits receiv
ed and interest allowed on time Certifi
cates, Drafts drawn.available in asy
part of the United 8tate and ail
tbe principal towns oi
Collection modi & promptly remitted
Highest market prices paid far County W ar
il lata aiid County Bonds.
John B, Clark, D. naksworth.
S. Wauxh. - F.r. wnite,
JeajT KITTOEBAUV S. W AVOtf
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a Full Line of
Foreign 4 Domestic Goods.
Consult Your Interest by Glylng film a Cal
Personal attention to all Buglnees Entrust
to my care.
NOTARY IX OFFICE.
Titles Examined. Abstarcts Comnflsd. In.
surance Written, Real Estate Sold.
Better Facilities for making Farm Loans that
Any QtHer Agency.
Flattsmoutli, - KebraaliA
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