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PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA. -A TUKDAY EVENIXO. MARCH U 180J
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lit. All SwiNl'i ar i rdiatl laviiud.
Dates of Tiistor.
Tin- -:n lif.-t mm! l:r.:-t d.i 1 1 ! n :i
which lCast;-r t ;m l.ill ;irc March
and Ajril L'". In lss ' Master fell up
on i I r !:i1er--t ! '. xvhich had n'l nf
Ciu i ed licfiM'i- in the niiieii enlh cen
tury, and will not occur aain unlil
1J4:. T' la.-'t li ne Ka.-ter iell upon
its eat li -t dale, the lind ot yiarch.
fens in hiy and this xvill not hapju it
aain n this century nor in the
On tiirninir hack to prex ious cen
turies, we find that such a lat- da li
as April '-'a i n- Master Simdaj. ' ha.
occurred once every hundred years,
with one exception; that is. ll.U.
la Hal. 1 J. 1 . IK".'. lull and
The earliest da- for Master occur
red in lTi.l. i v.'::. l'v.is. i.-7:s. l iTs, l:ts:.
li;',. Mil and ltt. This time the
thirteenth century is passed over in
stead of the fourteenth.
For the henelit of those whoxvould
like to know upon xx hat date ICaster
falls for the remaining years of this
ccntiirv. xx-e yive the iolloxx-iiiir:
IStll. March J1.)
lS'ii i. April a.
1V)7. April 1.
ls'K April 1(.
lvm, AjM-il "J.
l'.M). April la.
lv.rj. April 17.
1S04, March '.".
ISI'3, April 15.
A True Explanation.
The folloxx inir letter x-e clip from
the Wabash News. 1 1 x as ex idently
not written for publication, but
since the Weeping Water Republic
an has said that they hnx e 7a!) names
on the petition more than is needed,
this letter from one of the managers
of the whole affair nuht to pretty
thoroughly sipielch the fresli edi
tor of that" too-previous city. Here
is a copy of the letter:
I.orisx ii.r.K. Nkh.. Mar. R 1S01.
Mk. W.M. I'onl.:
Dear Sir - You can abandon the
canvas of your precinct, for it is
,, useless to try to ilet enough signers.
Since the contract is let and bond.--given
to insure the completion of a
countx" court house in I'iattsmoulh.
We were instructed by our attortiey
that the commissioners would have
to advertise thirty days before re
ceiving any bids, but we find when
it is too late that there is no laxv to
compel them to advertise, .-o we are
beat and can't help ourselves just
noxx-. and have to give it up. Yours
M. II. MlVINHSTOV.
SecV. Mxecutive Com.
jurx', after being
The jurx', after being out one
ni"iit fVid two days, finally brought
ina verdict finding (i. I. Smith
guilty of forgery at Xehaxvka as
charged in the information. The
C.'ise xxas lougut siiioooriux uy
Messrs. Heeson iV Root and Mathew
I (lerin-. while the county aitorney
an! 'hi. II. Wooley prosecuted.
making as good a case as it were
possible to make out of the testimo
ny to be had.
In the case of the State against
t Cole, which went to the jury yester
day noon, the jury xvas out a little
over txx-o hours and brought in a
) verdict of not guilt-, thus making
' Mr. Walter Cole a free man. This
closed the criminal work for the
term and Judge Chapman last eve
ning discharged the jurx-. The bal
ance of the term xvill be taken in the
trial of equity cases or laxv cases
where a jury is waived.
In the case of Marten vs. Gilmore,
,-' tried to a jury yoterday, the court
ordered the jury to bring in a ver-
diet for the defendant, which they
) did without leax'ing their seats.
if. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i3S
Mr. Rodgers xvent up to Ceresco
today to look over his farm.
Sheriff Tighe is on the sick list,
together xvith his xvife and boy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wendle went to
Heatrice this morning for a week's
Miss Morris, of Weeping, is the
guest to-day of her friend Miss
O. II. Kallou arrived home this
morning from a business visit to
Mrs. Roberts, of Lincoln, accom
panied by her daughter Laura, will
x isit friends in this city to-day .
Bert McMlwnin has his new reg
ulator set up in the Davis room in
th" Riley block and it is a veritable
J. W. Merrier, a typo on the Coun
cil I'luifs Nonpareil, is in the city
today visiting his brother, Sam Mer
rier, of this city.
W. D. Join s and Mr. M. Mc'ey, of
St. Joe, bought another car load of
horses and mules, xvhich Mr. McVey
.-hipped to Si. Joe last evening.
Dk MARSHALL, Di:XTIST. xvill
be in his office on and after March
Tile Patti Rosa company arrived
this morning and are stationed at
Mark our prediction. Plattsmoulh
will go to the front this year as
never before in the history of the
Robert Dalloti has been elected
class orator in the grammar grade,
certainly a good send oil for a boy
of his age.
Mrs. leo. I lousexx-orth xvas called
to Burlington a few days ago on ac
count of the dangerous illness of
h.-r father Mr. Mason. Mr. House
xvorth reeeix-ed a letter today saying
he xvas no better.
Wilford Croxvther and fa
leave in a day or two for
Minnesota, xvhere lie
position in a railv.
has obtained a
IV office. The
best xvishes of the
IlLKAl.I) go xvith
Patti Rosa, the queen of comedy,
xvi 1 1 gix'e one of her inimitable en
tertainments at the opera house to
night. Her support is highly
spokeu of by the press and xx-e shall
expect a most delightful entertain
ment. The state oratorical contest at
Lincoln yesterday resulted in T. W.
Chappell. of the Stale University,
carrx ing off the first honors, xvith
Mr. M. C. Winter, of the Wesleyan
I'niversity coming in for second
Mr. and Mrs. Brusie departed this
morning for their home on the Pn
cilic coast, Mr. Brusie being very
anxious to get back to his senatori
al duties at Sacramento. Mrs. Wes
cott and son Hilt accompanied them
as far as Omaha.
Those who appreciate the efforts
of the last legislature in getting a
million dollar sugar plant located
in Nebraska can do themselves a
service by signing a petition re
questing' the legislature to retain
the bounty on sugar.
The amusement loving people
should not forget Ihe rare treat in
store for them at the opea house
tonight by the talented nctress. the
favorite singer and dancer. Miss
Patti Rosa, in her nexv success, the
"Imp." She is assisted by a power
Dr. Mroobel. a graduate of Heidel
berg I'niversity, one of the foremost
colleges of Murope, is in the city
with a -iexv of locating here. The
doctor lias only been m this country
live months, but the drive and push
of America pleases him so much
that he is determined to remain.
I'koi. Crostiiwait gave a very
pleasant entertainment last Friday
evening. Our city has been favored
xvith numerous entertainments in
the past, but Prof. Cs rendition of
his program was far ahead of any
of them. Those xvho failed to hear
him missed the treat of the season.
-Weeping Water Magle. At the M.
hi. church, Maacli 17. Admission
The jury in the trial of the Smith
forgerj-case cost the county $S7, not
counting the extra expense made
necessary by the impniincliug of
another jury to try the Cole case.
The fact that one or txx-o men .-hould
hang a jury and thus put the county
to so much expense leads one to
xvisn ioran amendment to tlie ji
Xoxx- is your chance and such a
chance 3-011 will have but once in a
lifetime, to buy clothing, furnishing
gootls, hats. etc.. at slaughtering
prices at JOM'S. The entire stock
must bejsold out as quick as possible
We understand the board of com
in issiom-rs ta I k of placing a iii-c
eliiek in the lower of the new conn
house 1 ha t will gi e the time of day j
where it can be .ecu for two or j
three miles and 1 1 -1 the clock
strikes it could be heard alloxerthe
Cliy. e nope I ney Wl 1 1 i lo so, oill
er new court houses in thestatt
hax'e been supplied x-ilh steepli
clin ks and xvhy should not ours In
up xvith the times.
A noxcl and exciting race occur-
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I l II I III IMIII I till I'll 141V V111VI1I
road, near 1 ortsmouth. Ollicer
Mlaniiigau was in pursuit of an cs-
caping prisoner who xvas a little too j
Meet for the blue coat. Pistol shots j
n:ilv seemeil lo :i ci 1 er:i I e 1 1 i s si icci 1. !
- - ,
.t the "cut" in the road Mlaniiigau
overlook a hearse and mounting it
made the drixca put his horses to
their utmost speed in pursuit of the
runaway. The fugitive could not
lcax'e'tlie road on account of the
high bank on either side, and when
he saw the officer thundering down
on him xvith a hearse, he concluded
it must be a case of 'dead or alive"
and threw up his hands. Officers,
as a general thing, don't go after
their man xvith a hearse, but xvheii
they do, it seems the moral effect is
fudge Raiusev saxs, since Mr.
Snvder has been talking about him.
he can given few pointers on Sny
der's appearance. Some time ago
t.ie judge was at the depot xvlu n a
gent lei nan Iroin Mai xt-ru. an I an old
friend of Snyder's, got oil ihe train,
and coining up to the judge lie
greeted him very cordially and
asked him about his family. The
judge told the stranger he guessed
he xvas mistaken, but the strange."
said he guessed not, '"Isn't your
name Snyder':" Judge Ramsey
showed him Snyder's store and lie
soon discox'crcd the original M r.
Snyder. At another time a nervous
:iiig man wauled a marriage li
cense and the judge said he would
wait on him after supper, as it was
then supper lime. On coming
dawn town he met Snyder on his
xv ay home and the young" man xvas
xvith him. setting up the cigars and
making himself as agreeable as
j .v i. .- i i lie. A a glance the judge
saw Ihe mistake and invited the
young man to go xvith him, xvhich
he did. after casting furtive glances
at M ". Snvder.
A Pleasant Party-
The "guess xvh.-re, go there" party
cameoif Thursday night at the home
of L. C. Stiles on !!aiii street, oppo-.-
i i e t he hi.- loi'iice. 'l'he boys hired
some kids to keep cases on the girls
and finally located the. parly at Mrs.
Dodge's, but discovered their mis.
take before they xvent in. Some one
got a pointer bx" seeing txvo of the
vou-tg ladies go south on Sixth
sl'"e -i. nd Mr. Miller".- was figured
out as the location, only to lind tiiat
they xvere mistaken. A close xvalch.
with sundry cop. -ultal ions xvith the
juvenile detectives i n charge, finally
"orr-.-ctly located the party, and
about hi o'clock the boys put in an
appearance and xvere laughed at by
the young ladies for allowingthem
selves to be so easily duped. Re
freshments were served, anil they
say the boys ate like harvest hands,
their long xvalks having xvhetted
their npppetites. After a full dis
cussion of the many good things to
eat. the usual games and pastimes
xvere engaged in until a late hour,
when all 'repaired to their homes,
realising a pleasant evening had
Those in attendance xvere Messrs.
Van Burk. Henry Tartsch. Sam Pat
terson. Rob Miller. Will Reinhackle.
Waiter and Mruuk Kuoti, Kd Stiles,
John Langston. Will Staddleman,
Logan Brown, Will Clement. Harry
Green and Misses Xettie Ballance,
Georgia Oliver. Rose McCauley,
Maggie Oliver. Nellie Laurie, Anna
Dodge. May Dutton. Ida Ho ck, Ber
tha U ise. Maud Vivian. Li..ie Miller,
fan m. i Streeper, May I'atterson.
May Stiles. Frances Stiles and May
Mmes. Dawson & Pearce,
Xot only have excellent taste, but
they have exercised it, as is evident
by a glance at their nexv spring
stock of the rare and beautiful nox-
! eitic " in i!iil!:erv. xvhich ih'v have
secured for Plattsmouth trade.
The store is radiant xvith floxvers,
rich colored ribbons and patern
hats, recently from the hands of
The styles are so odd and so differ
ent this year from anything hereto
fore worn that every iady xx ill have
to get nexx- headxvear or be badly
out of style. The Cleopatra patterns
in hats, xvhile a little in the "ser
pentine" order, are very beauti
ful. The iloxvers this year are
very small and dainty ond
largely run to wreathes, xvhich
make delightful trimmings for the
nexv hats. The hair xvill be worn
very low; indeed, a lady could not
get a nexv hat on xxith the present
method of doing up the hair. The
most fashionable shade appears to
be heliotrope, and as none but
blondescan wear that color, the
blondes xvill be in the sxx-im this
year. We noticed a great deal of
gilt lace and gilt ribbon, which is
being xvom in the east a great deal
The lovely, light, airv little hats
for girls xvere too pn tty almost for j
use; xx-hile the Parisian pattern hats 1
were too sweet for anything, and '
eclipse all former handiwork of!
these setters of fashions, for real ar
tistic beauty. One cannot explain
the appearance of these man-beautiful
creations, the readers will have
to go and see for themselves.
Geo. W. Fairfield is in the city to
day and will remain until Wednes
day or Thursday of next xx'cek.
QUALITIES OF THE JAPANESE.
A I llolil'-l r.llllllliintic Opill-
nf .Iaiam-i- I't-itplf.
: !iei.! I ,-nn a nd always
;;.. t't. Francis Xavier's
As f.,r t!
ll.-ill i.e id'
Hi:-, nation l.-i tin- ldigliL .f
Never liavo I passed ilaya
v, trainii.il nr restorative than
a.'imirr ,1a ;
:i:ic.-e .f all classes in the ci-
ties, tuxvii. .-cmI x i!! i .
of Japan. IVs-
hi', ly tliat is ln ea;
I have had im lui-i-
iicss relal inn-, wit li my kind and pleasant
Niioncte friend-, and have never talked
very much metaphysics; hut it seems
certainly ;m easy xvay to keep mi the
riht side of folks to let philosophy ami
th"i li ilj.v alt me.
Moreover it i ;, no doubt, necessary for
such experiences to ," a little behind
that sort of Japan which you find on the
ITatobas of Yokohama er Kobe, in the
Yoshixvaras of those ,-ri I the otiier oj :.
porls. At very little distance from tin
.''.'.rfac;. xvhich xve civilizing xver t. nie;--;
have done .ur Invt to spiil. xviil he Mill
(li.-.eoxered 1 he eld, e'l.ni'v'ss, hi 'i
teinpei-ed. generous, simple and sweet
eja::i'r:,-ed Japan of old.
I frankly confess it h;'.s entirely charm
ed me; and therefore xvhat I t;:iy .f this
.Jajianese nation, jui 1 th'-ir i:ian:iers
:'.::d etistoms. miist be received xvidi the
j. roper caution attacliin-j to the l:;i;;ia:;e
of a friend, .aid even :v 1 v: r. UaL v.'hero
els.- in tl;- xvorM !k .; ih e:.ir. stieli a
e.::spir;:ey lo he ::?:,.,...;.,.. .;t:..;l ;l v."ile-:-i
:"ead co:nji;;-t to retid -r t!ie liifiicalt. af
fairs of life as rinooth and jrraccfiil as
eireuinf t:'.nee;i ad-iit: such fair d -crees
i.f line le!:;-.vior fi::e,l and acctpted for
all; such universal t "siraint of the
c-oar.ser i:upuls,e!i of speech and si'.-t.
sueii )r.-Uy pietnresriiK.'nes.i of d.:ily
exir.tcnce; such lively I ve of nature as
the eaihelli her of that e::i:-tei;ce; such
si!:eere leli;rht in beaalitcl artistic
it of the
il tell leine. .5 to little chll-
'ire:i: ivW!iec for narcits and old
per.-roiis; su"h xvidesprend n'-lm.'inent of
tast.j and hrt1 -it.-; such courtesy to strang
ers; secli willirepicss to please and to he
pleased. fclir Md win Arnold in S'-iTbner'-i.
.Me ix.--;i.:f!iv aas neea utiliz-
a- d t!ie
xviisli-jr fi-r the iiner rine;.
i. eev.eace i.; that the il; ah has
; u ;uoun 1 it i:i such a way as to ro-
qu.re fh.e :;.-rvi;'OS of surgeon to re
move i:. Lieveily .lass.) Times.
Wm. Carroll is charged xx-ith steal
ing a gold xvatch of Wm. L. Hull.
His preliminary examination is
taking place today. J udge Sullivan
appears for the defendant, and II.
D. Trax-is for the state.
The xvill of the late Levi Walker
wa.s admitted to probate this morn
ing. Oswald Guthman vs George Lulz.
Suit on account. Hearing March L'l.
It is with regret JOM has to sell
out his entire stock, for he has done
a very satisfactory and successful
business, but dissolution betxveen
Joe and his partner, Wm. Fisher
compels him to close out. tf
Time keeper for Nexvell A: Parmele
met xx-ith an accident xvhich caused
a rupture a fexv days ago and oxving
to inflamation xvhich set in soon af
ter he died yesterday from the effect
of the injury.
Will be held the 7th day of April
this year so that the city conven
tion need, not be held until sixteen
days before that date, to comply
xx-ith the law, though of course it
may be held sooner if a majority so
The police judge was engaged
this afternoon hearing the case of
Brown vs. Ilirsch. Col Mathexv Ger
ing appeared for the Brown fam
ily xvho looked much nearer black
than broxx-11. Captain Hull seemed
to be the attorney for Ilirsch. The
claim xvas for $1.13 xvhich Brown
and family said they had earned in
helping Ilirsch move to xvhich Mr.
District court adjourned over at
noon unlay umil T-Ioiiday nioiioug
at 1) o'clock.
The regular monihly meeting of
the Mpxvorth League took place at
the residence of Wash Smith last
night. The league is in a nourish
ing condition and no doubt does
much good. The next meeting xvill
be at the residence of Mr. S. A.
Davis- on Pearlstreet the second
Friday in April.
all kinds to order. Hair chaios,
pins, rintrs. crapes, etc., a specialty.
Orders left at Dovey'e store or Mesdames
Wise & Root, will be promptly attended
to, or postal card to
Mns. A. Knee,
A nice Child's Suit at $1 .00 at JOE'S, tf
Heart disease is usually supposed
to be incurable, but when properly
treated a large portion of cases can
be cured. Thus Mrs. Mlmira Hatch,
of Mikhart, Ind., and Mrs. Mary L.
Baker, of Ovid, Mich., xvere cured
after suffering IS) j-ears. S. C. Lin
burger, druggist at San Jose, 111.,
says that Dr. Miles' Nexv Heart Cure
xvhich cured the former, "worked
xx-onders for his xvife.' Lex i Logan,
of Buchanan, Mich., xvho had heart
disease for 30 years, says txx-o bottles
made him "feel like a nexv man."
Dr. Miles' Xexv Heart Cure is sold
and guaranteed by F G. Fricke &
Co. Book of xx-onderful testimonials
LADIES AND CHILD-BENS CLOAKS,
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY
WHICH BEGINS TODAY
ties in need of anything
save money by calling.
Our new line of embroideries, the handsom-
j est andlargest line ever
FiliST IXHItt i:sr FIRST
N.VI I UNA 1 1 HANK-
ARE YOU - GOING - TO - LUILD - THERE?
Remember that R. (). Castle & Co have an immense stock of
LUMBER AND ALL BUILDIDG MATERIAL
And Guarantee Satisfaction in all Thin
O. CASTLE &
A nice childs suit at ?1 at JOM'S.
The finest of of furnishing goods
at slaughtering prices at JO MS tf
A good pair of shoes at $1.0) at
All the latest styles of xvall paper
found at Wildman & Fullers.
Wildmnn & Fuller carry the larg
est and finest assortment of xvall pa
per in Ca--i county.
No old chestnuts or rubbish at
JOM'S. Mverything of the latest
stvle and at below cost.
Miss Mollie Tucker. Dress
ami millenery a specialty,
ox-er Harold's store
Go to JOM and lay in your supply
for next year. It will pay you good
interest at the prices he is closing
out his stock. tf
When you are in Lincoln, call on
V. C. Austin &Co,in McBride block
corner off twelvth and P Street for
Ha"elock and University property.
THE MAN WHO
Drives the the Ilea re e is not in it
And for that matter, neither is the
Singer Sewing Machine Company.
Ox-er y,0hh,M) Singers have been
sold in the L'nited States xvhich
means that we have over 'J,JK).(X xvit
nesses to the fact that the SIXGMR
is the best machine made. All the
nexvest improvements have been
added which truly make the Singer
The Oueen of all her Realm.
Machines sold on the most favora
ble terms by the department mana-
fctr" MR. D. P. CRONIX,
at his headquarters in Henry Bpcks
F'urniture store or by Mr. Atherton,
prices deep, and par
in the above lines will
shown bv us.
Tlie Va? tilii''ton Aveinn;
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We pay no rent and 6ell for CASH.
You don't pay any bills for df-ad btraU
when you buy of tliis firm.
best SOFT COAL alwaji on
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' COB1TERS '
Oppobite llicbey Brt8 Lumber (.fSce
Carry a Full Line mt
FINE MILL ESER Y AND Cllfi
DRENS CLOTH IN O.
ALSO FI'.ESH CCT FLOWEK
BOOM 2, K.LKT BLOCK. PLATTJfOUTH
Do Not Forget
The night school at South Park
school house on Monday, Tuesday.
Thursday and Friday nights each
week. The common branches
taught by d3t O. T. Wood.
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