The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, May 07, 1891, Image 1
... - I . . 5 L I mouth Daily Htprald.. Uth tear. P L ATTSMO UTH. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 7 189 J NUMISkB 202 ;litts i VL- If -VI v s nsrali Jkf aalT rlfffct t aaa U tor lh. PalnlM Jscttt. Offle BckwK4 5, rtltble mho 8 Alary $7f ffl reBpoimlble. New York . I. (). O. F. meets fT- IiHr ball in Kitt'craid jk-'sr- are corutauy invuru CScfcln the city. JT K. Wii.mamh. N. 5. W, imnxiK. sec. BIAS. Ciiuiitlet !.,!(; II Vlll.lll' C. A. AhSOlKlHTIoN SOCIATIOV IK fiaill Plirri. iiwwui.T 'to f :30 I il l-or men owy ' try SuiiUay afternoon at 4 Sr A - R. meets every Satur- A' thctr ball, Koekwood 'cuiiiiaiie.t ai e invited to Niu, Post Adj. F. A. Pates. Yo? t i in. Clubbing List. crat and Hkrald. . . . . . 4.(50 .. 4.80 . . 3.10 . . 2 40 ,. 2.45 ,. 2.15 2.45 ...5.55 . ,2.2."i 2 o0 1 fe5 1 iv to t n blxhtfB Kazar " to J ,. i jJoxUsts Magazine n.T-. j ju 1 i I : t V ?15AA 12 m m a ITAV Iliof. , to At I 1.1. ,jm.m Innu I k nT"Nf IOV bl fBee f CAfKi ia .. ,i i sry T jt p"flnCall i to 9 vonal Tribune " ..... Fotnm JxUb Ocean Lincoln Journal " The Home Magazine " Time Table QOINO WK9T OOINOKABT flO 1 3 :M a. m No 2 6 :05 p. m. " 3 5:45 p. m "4 10:30 a. m 5, 9:25 a.m. "8 7 ;44 p. m. 7 -15 a. m. " 10 9 :45 a. m. "9 6 -.25 p.m. " 12 10 :14 a. in 11 5 -.25 p. n. "20 8 :0 a. in. 19 11 :05 a. in. ' Treubund Ball. SatJirtlay iiiprlit at Lirtlarkranz Hall. A jtiural nxl time is uar teetl. Price of ball tickets t iikmii- bers, 2 to those who are not mem bers. Mc will be charged. 1 he hemiatt muskt. band will fnrni.- h the dt To Ice Comsumera. My ice waoti has beiini to make regular trips. Orders left at my ntore, my commission house or with the driver will be promptly attend ed to. tf K. S. White. Croup, whooping conj;h and bronchilis immetllalely relieved by Shiloh's Cure. 4 The fragrant Heliotrope in bloom wonderfully cheapat Moore's Green House. dtf "The Fair" has only a few more velocipede's left, which are bei un closed out at cost. tf Dr. K. I.. Siccus has returned and m;iy be found hereafter at lus lliee over Geri ilia's tlrustore. tf "Tlie Chimes of Normandy." Mr. Vouiil;-, a few days ao, wrote K. C I'sher. the iiianai;vr of the 1-re-mont opera house, where the An drews Opera Company had recently been, to know if the show was as yfooil as had been recommended. Here is Mr. I'sher's reply which speaks for itself: Frkmoxt. May r, is)l. Mr. J. I'. Youn-r, Dear Sir: Yours of M;iy 4 re ceived this morn in u-. Will send you one of our daily papers to-niht; they do not come out until 4oclock. The Andrews Opera Company are first class and iive a lirst class per formance. I am sure your people will be pleased with these attrac tion. You can recommend them to your people as highly as you please, vou and your people will not be disappointed. Respectfully. K. C. I'siiiik The fidlowinij is a fishy flavored special that appears in to-day's Dee from Lincoln. In the middle of a crowd of men an I gf street this afternoon Lieuten ant Governor Majors and Colonel J. D. Calhoun met. The ousting of Boyd immediately became the sub ject of discussion, and during the course of it Calhoun suddenly ejac ulated "Ton!, you needn't plead ignor ance. 1 have tumbled to this deep laid scheme and one of my infor mants is in Washington. It is simply this: When Secretary Proc tor of' the president's cabinet re sirrn, Manderson is to be selected for that position, then Thayer will resign as governor and you will succeed to that position and then repay him by appointing him to the position of senator, made vacant by Manderson." For the first time in his life Torn Majors turned deadly pale, made one or two inelfectual attempts to talk and finally rushed away with out sayitiy anything;. PERSONAL Samuel Kline of Union iH in the city to-day. John H. Becker i in the metropo- Iim to-day. S. A. DaviH came in from the west thin morning. V. I. Horton of Wabash hs in the county eat to-day. CharleH McKntee will visit rela tive in Omaha to-day. Mrs. Bird Critchlicld has iroue to Weeping Water on a visit. Wiley Black went to South Omaha this inoriiuiff cattle. with a line car of fat Patrick Blessinnton, a prosperous farmer south of louisville. came in on the Schuyler this morning. Rev. Burgess showed his pleasant countenance at the depot this morn iii!- as he boarded the train for a day in Omaha. Our fenial nost master and his worthy spouse whirled this morn in; for McCook to visittheir daugh ter, Mrs. Margaret Jackson, lor few days. ICighl more car loads of the Wis consin reil stone came in last even inn for the court house. Samuel Wichardson and son Will were the purchasers of the Metteer farm mentioned last week. The gymnastic exhibition at the opera house on the evening of May 13, will be an excellent entertain ment. A washout on the M. P. jrrade near Oreapolis is beinjr rajiidly re paired in order to be ready for the track layers. The pay car brought its usual quantity of good cheer this morn ing. The car was attached to the K. C, which arrives at 10:13. There was a light and some blood shed out on the bottoms yesterday, but eye witnesses refuse to tell who the parties were. The lish car and guests of Mr. O'Brion, as printed several days ago in THE HliKALP, departed for the Klkhorn lakes last evening. The "Kaflfee Klatch," together with a select party of friends, will be entertained by Mrs. S. H. Atwood at the family residence on high school hill this evening. Kngine No. 243 came out of the shops this morning with one of the new straight stacks and extension fronts. It will pull Nos. 3 and 4 in charge of Engineer Ford. The young ladies of the Presby terian church are getting up a novel entertainment for Thursday evening, April 14th. A cordial in vitation is extended to all. County- Commissioners Todd and Trietsch are at Union to-day meet ing the Otoe county' commissioners to arrange for an iron bridge across the Weeping Water on the county line road. ' Wiley Black purchased the B. F. Turner property on Dey street yes ferday, and will move up to it the lirst of next month. It is a nice place and will make Mr. and Mrs. Black a cosy home. Miss Kdnn ICaton is the new cash ier at Dovey's since they have put in their new system of cash carriers. Business is expedited by the new system anil a record of the business is also more easily kept. The Murray Banner made its ap pearance at our sanctum to-day. It is a neat paper and from its well filled advertising columns it is evidently doing business in a live community anu has come to slay. Hon. Anderson Koot sold a load of oats in Plattsmouth on Fridav last for ."() cents per bushel. Sev eral of our farmers are taking ad vantage of the excellent market to dispose of the surplus. Murray Bauner. The supreme court has adjourned to j une 23. It seems the "entente cordiale" has been slightly strained between Judge Maxwell and his as sociates on account of the recent decision and the haste shown in is suing the writ which ousted Boyd. Kngineer Davis, who runs the 10. puiling the llyer between Pacific Junction and Lincoln, saved four and one-half tons of coal in the round trip by the use of the new straight stack which the company is fast putting on all its engines. The weight social at the new church in Mercertown to-morrow night for the purpose of raising money to purchase furniture for their new house of worship will no doubt prove an interesting time. The largest lady takes the cake and the largest gentleman will be suit ably rewarded. Don't forget the time, to-morrow, Friday evening. Thomm B. Heed in Rome. Behold me as I stand, Where Koine has stood For twice a thousand years And more! Behold us both: Me and Koine! And then, dear friends, Please give your eyes a ret. Koine has her history, And I have mine; But Koine, although she sat Upon her seven hills And ruled the world, Never sat in the speaker's chair Of the Fifty-first congress And bossed that Megat herian aggregation Aa I did. And that is where I've got The bulge on k'ome! Here in old Ca-sar's district I sit me down, and with my feet Upon his ancient mantelpiece I feel at home. Me and C;esar! Twin stars that twinkle through all time, Two iron heels that trod as one Upon the people's necks. And then we got it in our own! By gosh! dear friends, I don't like that a little bit, And C:esar didn't, either, Although he didn't have a Word to say after it was over, For obvious reasons! But Brutus wasn't a patching To Springer of Illinois, Or Rogers of Arkansas; And C;esar has something To be thankful for! I'm with you, Rome, From the Passamaqiioddy's Tumbling tide of sawlogs To where the tawny Tiber flows, And we should organi.e A Reed and Roman trust, Anil swipe the universe! Are there objections? I hear none. The ayes seem to have it! The ayes have it! Then let her go, Gallagher! But I shall never think That in that elder day To be a Roman Was greater than a speaker Of the grand old Fifty-first. And don't you forget it! That's what! ! New York Sun. List of Letters, Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office at Plattsmouth, May 0, lS'Jl, for the week ending April 29. Alexander. J K latbrop, Mary J Uaircl, Alice lVny, (.oiniuodort: I'lin'cr, Willis Fetter. A K Hots, Henry Hall, F Smitli. Sam G Smith. Horace Seoville, Mm. S. A i honuis, Wm. Persons calling for any of the above letters will please say "ad vertised." II. J. Streight, 1'. M. "Chimes of Normandy." The Andrews Opera Co. closed their engagement at the Grand Opera House last night with the ever popular "Chimes of Norman dy." This opera is one in which the real merit of the company is most prominently set forth. George An drews was given a rousing recep tion on his entrance, anil also an en core on the famous waltz song in the first act. J. C. Taylor in last night's role proved himself some thing besides a singer. As "Jean Grenicheu" he has one of those dif ficult tenor roles, different from the stereotype lover, anil his efforts were warmly applauded. Kd An drews and J as. K. Keknard furn ished the usual amount of fun that is so much desired in comic opera. C. A. Parker, the new ucquisitioa to the company, took the part of "Gas pard, the Miser" and played it with such perfection that he was accord ed a curtain call at the end of the second act. Selina Taylor made a saucy "Serpolette," and Nannie Wilkinson a pleasing "Germaine." The chorous and orchestra were strong ana showed marks ot thor ough drilling. Taken as a whole iiie production was a masterT one anil it is to be hoped that on their return in September the Chimes will not be left out of their reper toire. -Sioux Falls Press. Remember this company will ap pear in our city to-morrow night for the C'l I I'Ll M KNTAKY HKXEFIT to J. P. Young-. Don't fail to pack the house. Prices 33, 30 and 73 cents. To Those WhoVVish to Build, As well as those who do not, con sider yourselves invited to inspect the elegant line of builders' hard ware just received at Breckenfeld & Weidman's. In their show win dows may be seen as fine a line of oxydized silver, copper, brass, bronze and nickel door trimmings as could be found in Chicago. Call in and see what they have and get prices. The cablegrams from Lurope say that an American by the name of Win. Jacques and daughter were assaulted in Florence yesterday by Italians and that the daughter will die of the wounds received. If this report should prove true serious complications may grow out of it, as President Harrison or Mr. Blaine will not tolerate such treatment to American citizens without invoking the dogs of war. Charged With Rape. Jacob A. Jones of this city has caused the charge of rape to be lodged against one Bert Parker, a young man about 24 years of age, and alleges the crime to have been committed on the person of his 13 year old daughter Melinda, about noon on last Monday. Parker was arrested and taken before Judge Ramsey and waiving examination he was bound over to the district court in the sum of $3hO, failing to get a bondsman he was remanded to jail. This morning his step father Philip Batch secured a bond and he was released. The father of the girl alleges as a rea son of his failure to prose cute sooner that he did not learn the facts until a neighbor who lives in part of the house informed him of the facts. The girl in the case is not very pre possessing and looks nearer sixteen than thirteen. Judtie Arplier'r. Court. Philip MiCully vs. O. A. Hirsch. Replevin judgment for plaintiff. Hester Pool, a young lady of eighteen Hummers residing near Union, has caused the arrest of William Philpot, a prominent young man of the same vicinity, on the charge of bastardy. Deputy Sheriff Black arrested Mr. Philpot and brought him in last evening and lodged him in jail. The exam ination will come off some time this afternoon. For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 23 cents. For sale by F G. Fricke & Co. and O. II. Snyder. 3 The Sisters' school in this city has grown to be one of the best educational institutions in thispait of the state. The town owes Father Carney a debt of gratitude for his zeal in erecting such commodious buildings and organizing and caring for so successful a school. Go to Phillip Krause for your dry goods and groceries, where you will find the best of everything, he also keeps fruits and vegetables in their season. tf. The Marionette Comedy Co. of this jjiy met wi-h a cordial recep tionlf Cellar Creek the other eve nhifefand added several dollars to their surplus. A l lnch for tike .H. it. A jrood story coines aii the. w.iy from San Francisco. It is said that a lady ap plied to her physician in that city for ad vice and a prescription. He had long at tended her and her family, and on this occasion he recommended that she go to a popular watering place in that part of the country, giving her a letter of intro duction to a physician who resided at the springs. On the way there tho lady remarked to her daughter that as long as her doc tor had been treating her he had never stated just what was her ailment. "I've a good mind to open this letter and see what he says of my case to the other doctor." Acting on the impulse she tore open tho envelope, and, talcing out tho. letter, read, "Dear Doctor Keep the old lady four weeks, and then send her back to me." Detroit Free Press. K:nrs in I'ra.il. The pure whites of Drazil comprise about o3 per cent, of the total popula tion; 23 per cent, or so are negroes, and about 33 per cent, mulattoes, while the remainder aro aboriginal Indians. In the northern provinces the Indians are most numerous, and in Rio do Janeiro. Bahai, Pernambuco and Minas the ne groes are to be found in great numbers. The .greater part of the Europeans in Brazil (who live in the .seaport towns and the adjacent provinces) are those from tho Latin races, chieiiy the Portuguese and Spanish. Detroit Free Press. As early as the campaign in Spain, in 13G7, in support of Peter the Cruel, and also in the following reign of Richard II, the English soldier appears to have been in white and with a red cross of St. George on Lis breast and back. In 14G1 there is evidence of red being adopted for a smail number of men at least, when a contingent for the army of the king maker (the Earl of Warwick) was bent from Rve dressed in red coats. The highest place in the world regu larly inhabited is stated to be the Bud dhist monastery, Halne. in Thibet, which is about 10,000 feet above sea leveL The next highest is Galera, a railway station in Peru, which is located at a height of 15,633 feet. Near it, at the same level, a railway tunnel 3.S47 feet in length ia being driven through the mountains. In the Seventeenth century rotating pumps, like the Pappenham engine with two pistons and the Prince Rupert with one, were first use. Pumps with plunger pistons were invented by Morland, an Englishman, in 1074: the double aering pump by De la Hire, the French acade mician It is hardly worth while to dread a thunderstorm, as there is only one chance in about a million that a person will die from a lightning stroke, which is doubt less the most 'Jistan tan eons and painless if all causes of death. 1 W' SPRING JACKETS, We are showing a beautiful line and the latest novelties in rogue at prices from $2.5010 $10.00. SPRING WASH GOODS. Full Line of 315 inch Zepher Gighams. Breton Zypher Gighama A F C ogham. Domestic Gighams. Henrietta Sateens. Egyptian Printed Cottons Silk Striped Madras Cheviots Fancy printed Chambrays. Beautiful line of Solid Striped, Brocaded and l'olka rapid sellers. F. HERRMANN One Door East of the HAVELOCK ARE . YOU - GOING - IF Remember that K. O. Castle &. Co have an immense stock of LUMBER AND ALL BUILDIDG MATERIAL A.T HAVELOCK And Guarantee Satisfaction in all Tilings R. O- CASTLE & CO HAVELOCK, NEBRASKA- JTTOUNEY A UW, WINDHAM & DA VIES. a. b, WINDHAM, Notary 1'uMic JOHN A. DAVIES. Notary i'ubllc Office over Hank of Cans County Plattsmouth Nebrasha TTORNEY A. N. SULLIVAN. Attorney at-I.aw. Will frive prompt attfiitlor. 'o all hti-iiie-" Tit.rii-t-'t t' liiui. U!t,ce iu Union block. Eat Side. I'latUinoutli, Neu. Cor Main and EiXtb street "aid up capital Surplus v or "25 000 0. n. Parnele President j Fred (iorder Vice Pre-iiint 1. M. Patterson Casbeir i T. M. Patterson, Aest Caebier DIRECTORS 1 0. H. ParmeK .T. M. Patterson, Fred fJorder. 1. B. Smith. H. B. Windham. Ii. S.Kamey and T. M. Patterson 1 GENE2AL J3AN21KC BUSINESS TRANS A TED Accounts solirited. Interest allowed on time lepositB and prompt att'-ntiongiven to ail bus iness entrusted to its cire. The Andrews Opera Co. passed through the city this morning on their special car and were looked over by a IIekali reporter, who pronounces them a fine looking lot of people. Some of the ladies were handsome, and the male mem of the troupe were above the aver age in personal appearance. They will be greeted by a full house to morrow night. SPRING HOSIERY We carry a complete line of Gor don's Fast Dye Hosiery for ladies and childreiiH wear Guaranteed absolutely stainless A good ladies ribbed vest at Kk: Fast black ribbed vests at :Cc Black lisle Thread vests at 45c Silk Mixed vests at 75c Full Line of Childrens underwear FLOUNCLNGS Our line of black and white I loon rings exceed anything ever before shown by us at price aft low :h lar-:t season. Jilack ileniietti Satccim in Dott efi'uctt, entirely nevr and First National Bank TO - BUILD - THERE'? SO- JR VIOLA M. FRENCH PlIYSM I AX A: Si k(;i;o.v HOIKS n. lit : W to 1.' : ;i .'; : to 5 : 00 p. hi. X r--. -L- 2.T I ; ti i : CO p. in. 'u.vns.MMCiil N'F.i; 9 : 0.) t') 1 1 : '"J :t. in Teli'i'lionc No 1.'. ARS FIXE Thorouii . ROSE CAPLE. . rATU. AM) KATON I'OHTliA ITS. h inctriiftioiiH in I'-iel. Crayon arid Ert bui.U JrawKi. DiiFfjin:::r-L Landscape. Ermt- and Flowers. No, 9ll,EimSt. I lattsmout.il, Neb. JIVIL EN'IINEEi: iiud SUKVEVOK E E. HILTON. Sstlmates and plans of all work furnisbed acid Records kekt. Office in Slar'tm felock. ' P1U.TTSMOCTH - NeEBASKA JSTEW HARDWARE STORE S. E. HALL dSOX Kep all kinds of bnildfrs hardware on band and wiil tupply contract r on most fav rat ie t-rir:s : TIIST ROOFING : f pouting and all kinds offtin work promatly done, orders Xroiu fthe .couuiry Solicited. 61G Pewl St. PLATTSMOUni. NEB.