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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1891)
wHARACT L1..0 TIG LETTER.
pint's from ,1 it i...il,l Wni'.-u
Nearly l-.irlj Vtiun Aji,
.yn f..- .1 11. 1
f" jc.unnyu uiusi:ill llill.'l l
itants of central New York took n ui ; t
lili.,,,. ; .
on mi-ii?p um surveyor . : 1
lived in Roxbury, h small town i:i lA . .
warn county. He arose early in t'
moriiiiiK Hud trumped over tlie 111 In u, ,
Vales adjacent to whera ho lived. V . t
his surveying iuslrtiinetitB he took utc ;
nreinents, untile iniijis mid found a reu
Jilt) for Lite product of his activity an 1
.. . Althunirb he win a small yonth ho li.i 1
a vigorous way alsjiit hi in tlmt plci-i I
tin, slow Koitiit farmers and dclnjhtr 1
eviu the loungers about the pontuLki)
rid irrocery comlfined. to whom inei.'av
,", ""VUdkV on Saturday evenings..
' hi ben he le ft the township and moved
ay for good the local projiheu saw
twit things in storo for him, and pre
'dkted that (oiue day ho might have
been eelectnmii of the village if he had
rpnmined.'biit they forirot him for venrs
and only recVled his presence whi n bis
Identity wiiiN.JflyUuiiM, tho famous
financier, wua proved to their astonish
Hubert F'lllerton keeps tin "6M enri--ity
liip" 011 Third avenue near Liht.
wnth mreet, wliere aliuobt any queer
odd sort of tiling can be discovered.
Atnotijr the treiiHii-eii shown a reporter
was a letter written in 11l by tjns canio
youn surveyor, who could now doiibt
! c.inh in hi asset fur round $HK),
(HrfUK'O, if he felt SO disposed. Ill spit")
of ll." f.i. t that Mr. Oould spelled "tn -pass,
luromctrinil" and "u.iiuiijru" iu
a uniijuu way and BOattered capital let
Jer w unit him.K'ir, tho letter looksthor
oitjjhly businesslike, and it limy be pre
'!!:!;d !!:. Ju ! !h"r!n.in l'"ned th
"level" ho xise.Hed, and that it wag re
' turned to him in proper condition.
Tho fact that oven us A young man he
wan "connected" with tlie Nuwhiirg U"J
Byracns railroaii showed his early Iohk
I"t for tho business, in which he I111
made, himself known all over tho world.
,' "li'g curious," (.aid Mr. Fullerton,
U "but you will notice that ho wan not
only connected with one road, but he
jjr could not rest until bo had examined
t nnl'ri'T rouie through West Hetiiemeiit
and I'w n Uruok, That ho did tiling
thoroughly is evident. The handwriting
i Jiono of your ofTlmnd nffairn, but one
fnry we the eiactnrtm with which every
1 icroei aim me euro wuti which,
ft... 1... 1.,,.. 1. :.. 1 :
mi-1 hit i"ut wrn-ieu, worait we'io
Insortcl to allow of no mistake. The
Kilitencs nnd anxiety in the last para-
grapn of tlie letter proper are aluoajipar
nt, Biii li an an eiuliui,D-ti() boy could
not fall to put iu, knowing that a p'rnon
of Judge Sherman' ponilion would be
accustomod to respect an a Judge,
"Ho tru a!w careful to tdd 'jndKc' at
the bnjimiing, aoas to give the rt:ipiit
the thrill of pi eafture popularly uupposi'd
to mildly khock every penon with a
bandle to hit iiaino. A ixitttocript always
add to the edo't of a letter, for a man
whoinight throw away a Ugiug epistle
cannot rist glancing at a osucript,
and the oftVr of pay for the ntn of the ln
ttmment finished the nolo.
"He had evidently not intended to
offer any money at lirnt, but the thought
of a px-Mlilo n-fu'wd and th nl of an
other apjical probably ettl.l tho matter.
Jt could do no harm, anyway," New
Man It a MiiBumonl Dull. ling Cruatura.
Mr. James Ricaltfjn, writlnjr of the
wonderful old rniii of monument and
ehrine at Anuradhapura, tho City of
the Sacred lio-Tn-o in Ceylon, aays:
"From the dav of the mound builder
down to the E.lfel tower man ha ihown
himself to be a w'ti'inieiit er'ting
inl: the Christian have their cathe
drals, the Mohammedan have their
inoKine and the Buddhist have their
siiiiu tOuilia, driisaAt"d diffcrcr.tly is
different countrie a pagoda, tope and
"The pagoda of China are entirely
diiuimilar to thoe of Hunnah, and the
dagoba of Ceylon are quit unlike those
In either country; yet all nerve the one
IitirjKste of relic- cptilturo. They are not
altogether a thing of the pant; they are
tiii erected near lite U?iiti!a, but i'uomj
of modern construction are iniull and
tinimiKirtaut when compare! with those
that have withstood biennial monsoon
for 2,000 yeurs; even their half buried
ruin are ittipeudou."
Tt1.7 W0rJ.lp lb Dram.
Among the Samoiedee and the triliee
of northern Asiatic Russia the drum
imssrs almost to an Idol. Thy ad.liMi
it, erect it ill their hut, and tlie priest
of liio luperaliliou by ths aid of the di
vine insU-ument efTin-t that magical
"disapiiearanco" which ha puzzled all
traveler from Bir Hugh Willonghl.y
downward to account for, and ha given
rise to a much guewiwnrk at it eluci
dation a tho feat of the Indian Jug
fc'lor. The Sainoiedn, after beating his
drnm and working up the itense of hi
s-ctator to a pitch of great excite
uteiit, mysteriously Tantshe Into thin
air before the eye of all. Civilized
traveler naturally hold that It is a
trick. The Bamoiede themselves de
clare that the power reside iu the drum
idol. The peculiar thing i that neither
one party nor the other liaa oven able to
explain bow tlie vanishing occur.
Wliaa ITihmIs Daray.
TeU have b-eu ina.li to determine the
variation in tlie length of time that 1
required to produce decay in different
kind of wood when burled under the
nrface of the ground. The birch and
a-H-n were both found to decay iu three
years, the willow and the buckeye In
four years, the maple and the red 'beech
in tlve year, elm and ash In seven, while
the larch, juniT and arbor vit were
onlnjured at the expiration of elbt
year. Ht Lout Republic
Aa Aceoaimrwlntlnff rmpluyar.
Charlie Youngnoixlle (stoik clerk)
Mr. Daste, can I go on the mad?
Kmployr 1 have no particular objec
tion, Charlie, if yon prefer it toth ude
lk. Jewtlers' Circular.
II von want to nee nice clenn nild
wA iii!iilc2KClot!iii)tf ycll i)ioUIl
no to JOK mid look hi stock oyer
Now BarnNw htook.
ICbmi Pniiiiclc linn piiHlu'fl hia
way to tin' front, u licrv "lull by
keeping nolliiii, ut the fini'Ht cur
rinncn 11111I lti it-K utiil bent liorsc"
to be found in tin Htntc. Tlioe
wnnlinuf a Hiitinfnctory livery, ivun't
do better tliiin to ( all
i.'IIjs' Nerveand LNrr K1II0.
Art on a U"W pi ii)i:il
the liver, Hi'iiiiiih and bowel" t t o-: 1 1
the nerves, A new (lin nvi y. Dr. Milef'
I'ills sini ilily cure bllloucie bar. le-ti,
torpid liver, pile, nui-l pntinD. Une
qiisled for men, woiiv 11. children.
Smallest, mildest, surest I f do , 'Mr
8impla free at F. (t. Fricke ft Co's
Hair rljaitin, rinK, cnni h a r
liuir work of nil kind to order.
Mkh. A. Kxek.
tf 17L''i I,ocut St.
We have Hold KlyV ('renin Halm
Hbout three yenrx, ami have re
coiiynciKlcd hh tine in more than a
hundred Hpecial cuhch of catarrh.
The imatihnoiiM answer to our iu
iilirien in, "H'h the bent remedy that
1 ha ve ever lined." Our experience
U, tiiat where jmrli"" continncil Mn
mm, it never faiht to cure. J. II.
Montoiiicry, i Co., lruj4t;iM, lie
When I bewail lininir Kly'a Cream
l!alin my catai rh wax no bail I had
headache . the whole time ami din
chained a birye aiuouiit of liltliy
matter. That ban aliimnt entirely
disappeared mill have not bad head
ache : cicacj. J. S.ytMmr", h n-y ,
lliey vuiilil Count 1111 Him.
A lot of voting traveling men
I rily I s led ut a cozy Wisconsin l.uti I
Sunday not tip a con-piracy a-ahiM tne
landliiid. tverythiug about the U ttcl
was p'Tlcction itself. The cookery was
BUJMTU. the "service Ural class, the ae
x)iiiliiientj) of the hostelry all that could
be desired, and the charges reasonable,
but tlii'se wild young men, insii:ret con
clave assembled, resolved to make the
proprietor' lite miserable for one day
by kicking Individually and collectively
IV-fore tin y proceeded to carry the plot
into execution the ringleader of the coii-
npiratura decided to take into their confi
dence a young man of Imposing exterior
and much griwitck, who had Just ar
rived and was in the act of registering.
"You're a traveling man, aren't you"
be ekeij in a low tone,
"Well, there' aliout a dozen of ns,
here, and we're putting' up a Job on the
landlord. We are going to kick at
every bl"""d thinj today rifft, steak,
biscuit, pastry, fruita, vegetables, wait
ers, scenery rooms, general accommo
dations and all. We'll be glad to ha?e
you take a hand in it, if you are in for a
"If I'm in for a little fun!" echoed the
new arrival. "Thumlerl I'm traveling
for a lmdon hoiir with headquarter
in N'Yawk 1 alway kick." Chicago
How Ilia Tarrnt Was ftrfnrmeri.
The wicktnlner a caual pariot is ig
norant of 1 not worth learning. Not
many canal parrot reform: but one did.
iiis cage linng iu front of a canal alui
and aa a uoiiwqiu-ucat the bird could
swear in a manner ,to make an ordinary
parrot' feather stand np with horror.
And as swearing is or Used to be the
chief part of a canal driver' language,
nobody could tell whether the parrot or
a driver was talking.
One day a boat stopped at the etore
and the entire crew, Including the driver,
went Into the building aud itaid a long
time. This was the pnrrv's importunity.
The tired hoi :.. wt.u li ft unattended;
to he procieicd to attend to tnein.
"Uackl" he commanded, with much
The horse promptly obeyed the fa
"Dm kl" he acreamed again, much en
couraged. They obeyed again, and yet again. And
he kept onwearingand yelling "Back!"
until at last the nor tumbled into the
canal and were drowned.
The parrot laughed a little, bnt not
much, over the iucces of hi effort.
And it wm noticed that he never (wore
after that melancholy affair.
The reaaon wa that the driver wrong
mi nccK.- Brooklyn Lire.
lUmarltabla Ntnry of a (lowawsy.
1 he LondoL Lancet record a remar
abl" case, which illnstruu what huniin
Iminga are driven to lo whri snrr.'rine;
the agoiue of itarvation. The Insly of
an Arab was found In the hold of a ship,
and was conveyed to the Seamen' hos
pital, Greenwich, where a st mortem
examination was made by order of the
coiout r. The Ixsly wa much emaciated,
and the following extraordinary list of
material wa found In the Intestine:
Twenty trouier button, three cog
wheel apparently out of a watch, one
V Inch sdsd screw bent double, one 1-inch
d rew, six piece of a lock, the biggest
being 1 1 inclie long and one-half inch
broad; a circular piece of brass, several
pieces of iron wire, bra, lead, and
two key tallie on a ring one inch in
The weight of the artlclii amounted
to almost half a pound. The unfortunate
man had evidently aecreted himself In
tlie vessel, ami had remained undiscov
ered by the crewdnring the whole of the
vtyatM from some distant port, aud had
wallowed these article to relieve the
Jiang of hunger.
Th Itulln: I'uHlitn.
A woman in a telegrnph officii I al
most at much out of her element at she
u at a teller' window in a bank, or a a
limit Is In a dry goods (tore. A young
lady of this towe tried to (end a tele
gram to a friend wKoin (lie expected to
visit her, and on the blank wrote, "Come
this week mre, and itay a long a you
can." She carefully underscored the
word (he wsuted emphasized and com
placently handed In the message to the
operator. liuffalo Courier.
BURUXGTOX & illSSOVRUilVKH R. 11.
V TIME TABLE,
OF DAILY PAHSK.VfJEK THA1X.S
No. 2 .', : m v m
so. 4 .m a " .
No. 8 7 ;44 , in
No in ... . . v 1 si s. 111
:m a. m
t, ft p. in
, : m
' f -I'. l. 111.
No, 1-.' ... , ill :14 A II Mm. 1..
bo. an It ::. 111 No. it,
' 0, !!..
S :'." p, m .
. .5 :05 i, m.
II :e.S. 111.
KNil.iriH iy I'Y'nilAg llsuntlet I'hIc'
N'i. 17 Meets ererv v'c.lne-il;iy rvellluK
e iheir li 11 li fiinee'e ( lain link. All vl
lllnir snli'Mi lire iid':i!y invile l 'o aitend
C. U. M.i sli ill.C. r. : tl I'tivey, K. K. H.
i; ll'N'B'lfKII'S --'ICI A TIIJN
nii rif n I'li'ik t.iln t-treet. boom
oft) fr 10 s -jo mi o It :;i e nil; I nr men im'v
i.oHi.r' im el La every Kuiiduy allern. 011 ut 4
A O. I'. W..
i fVH .illL'M
. .Me. ls flr-. sail thiril Frlilay
of ;! ti innnili Ml (i A It. Hail
In Itoi'Kwi'ok lilni'k. I'mnk Yeiinllyea, M, W.
I, H Huersol", Hecoriler.
An V. W. fin. si-Vre's n-miiid and fenrih
J'ri'tMV vi'I'Iti'", III the iiiotiili :ii ti. A H.
hall 111 Itoi'ltword hl.M'k, K. .1. .Morgan, M W,
1 , I", Hroan, Keitorder,
lti:ANAM-''..r Co.. mil Nn pel,
it Hie K. of I' liml In Hi I'll lili'le ii
lc hlork ovi'i I'.ioiicii A 'letlf, vo-trlm
ir'H Invtied Mei. iv Hi rolu. I.iKi iit ;
I lios alllnt;, .Srcrenuv.
1 .'. 1,(11(111'., No. Hti. I .O. v. K. mens ev
ty Tiisilay intlit ai ll:i'tr hall le Klir:oi
lo"k. All tlilil Killos are eonliHliy Invlte l
ii,,ii(( v.Iim'i vl-illi,'.' In IV city, J (or.
N. (i W. W, lliutife, hiM O-iiey.
I'l.ACKS OF WOWSHII'.
Ca 1 1101.IC.-.HI. Paul's Ctiurrti, 11V. hetaern
Kifih end sixili. Kailier I'leiii-y, I'aiior
M. rvirn: ,V is h: S nol In Mi A. M. Hiniiiay
nriim.i ni l :,', Mi l, U iiidictlDi..
Ciiiiktian. 4'orner l..'iiHt slid Clulilh Hl.
.tervlees inoriiniir and e v 11 1 1 , n Klil. r .1. K.
heed, (iator. hiiinlay rrliool III a, m.
Keisi'oi'AL.-SI Luke's lunch, corr.er 1 hlol
himI lie. Urv 11 It. Htriiei". pn-lor. her
Vlei'S : 11 A. M a d 7 iXI I- M. tillliila) Si llool
at !! I-. M,
(iriixAi Ms.Tiioiiisr 1 jrner HUlli Ht and
.rillllle. Kev. HIM. I'llstor. Mervlees : II A.M.
and 7 (Kl I'. M. ti(iinay !m huol lo usi a M.
PHKsiivrVHiA". "ervlee In new church, cor
lor hum mid lirainle !. lti'V. J T. linlnl,
pielor. Minilav not al l ; Treadmill
a! I! m. ale! '
IlifY. K. m. ('. K el 'hl i hiirch meets evetv
H.ililnilli eyi nli j; st 7 :1ft In the liasemeer of
tlie I'l.in rh. All aie invited to ait' iid Ihesf
Kliisr MsTiiomsT.-Sixtli 8t.. betwen Main
slid Pearl. Urv .1. li M Hie kuer i-lor.
Hemlees : II A. M ( ;() f. M Hun. In. .Si IkmiI
DiWA M. ,1'rayt rim-vli g Wednesday eveu
ll'ff. i f h M A n Piii siivtsiiian Comer Main and
Ninlli. Lev ille, i;iiter. Kervlces usual
hi. 1111. Hiiinliiy rvliool 1 31 A. M.
i4wntniH 1 iimibsoatioXai. (iranlte, bc
1 w v c 1 1 J-Hill Wld QiXlll,
Cet)l(..l) flAI'TlsT.-Mt. Olive, Itak, between
lenih sid Klfveiilh Uev. A. Ho.'ll, pas
tor. Ne.vl.fl II s. III. nll.l " ,.W p. I". l luer
li.ei UiiK Wednesday evening.
V'.tKO V.KN'S t'll!'.!'rlA! sM'tATIo
I'.iii'Iiin In sieriiiini hloi k, M.nn street, tins-n-l
111. cling, for ni'Mi only, eterv hiiinliiy sf
t.Tli.x.n ill 1 11 rlM-k. Iii..iiu os'ii week day!
f.-uin b jo a. 111 . lo 0:30 p.m.
Hot'TH I'AKK TAIirilNACLR tti-v. .1. M,
W001I, I anti r. Mervlrt-s 1 Hiindny Hrhnol,
Ins. in. i lriitelili.it.il 111. Slid 8 p. in ;
praver infeili'it 'lufdsy titicht ; eliolr prac
iicj riul.iy night. All are Hrlioine.
tiled An nrllvs. re ! 11 .lilt- in n- ssl.irv ITS
to Sh nionlh'y. lth ii.erese. to retirement
a lo i.u tc. tii n a ri-siHMilie New Vork
ll.llp. I'efiiencs. XA.NirACUHK.il, U)fk
r. Ni- Yorti.
Cure for Paralvai.
I' rank t (irncliiiH, of I'ltrcell, I111I.
Tit., naya: "I induced Mr. i'itiHoti,
whose wife Intel pnniiyit in t'rie nice
to Imiv a bottle of Cluiinberluin'e
I 'it in Ifalm. To their jreut nupriee
lielore the bottle liml all been ued
she wiih 11 jfrent dt-itl better. Her
lace had been drawn to tine aide;
Out the I'ititi Halm relieved till
pain ami MoreticsH. mid the month
aeHiimed itH natiinil hIuiiic." It is
alno a certain cure for rheiitiuitiHiii
lame tniik, HpriiitiM awelliuH 11111I
litiiieiieHH. ."s'l cent IiotticH for eule
by V. tl. FrickeiCo., DriiKjfiHta.
At the nniitinl meeting of i'ur rm
cicty held in December Inst, tlie
workings of the aociety wiih Hj ate
itintiiced ami lormed into three de
partment, that of Hpeeil, ttrt tind
iiriculture, mid the siu'cchh of
these vitrieil iitterepitH made to tie
peml entirely on the t'laanea of tieo
pie iiioet neitrly repreaeiilin them;
tlniK the people 111 the city nre ex
pected to look niter tlie art, men in
terested in fast horse ttftcr tile
speed, and the fitrtiiera lifter tile
I'nder thia tlepitrture either lie
purtmcnt will be 11 failure or 11 euc
ceert jtiMt aa the pcrKonsi repreHeiit
iny; thoHP iutercHla make it, for the
reepoiieibility of ciic'i is entirely
scpitriitcil. Kin h di pai tnii-nt ia
plitced tinder the contnd of three
If it be iititde a auccesH it tn lift be
itiiulcno principiiily through the ef
furts of the t'lti.cns (it t'liittfinotith
and thoMc outside who may lie into
tested. The uiuIeraiK'ied have, been
assigned to take charge of the art
e ahull endeavor to do
our part faithfully and well, and
hope to hcp thia department well
organised fur the fair. We expect
every one to w bom thia iiddreeN is
aent to help tm out. Carefully
examine the Premium I.int 11 11 I the
indilceiiientH there olfered. Take
time by the forelock and K't ready
for the jrrealcHl fit i r ever held in
Can county. For information
apply to the iiii(lcrig;iicd or Ibivid
A. II. T(l)l).
' F.J. NOW JAN.
I have been trouldi-.l with chronic
catarrh for yeiitn. Mlv'a t'reani
Halm ia the only remedy anions
the many that I have used that
ittlordH me relief.-E. W. Willard,
Drttfrii't, Joliett, III.
My eon bus been afflicted with
nasal catarrh since unite young
I waa induced to try lvly'a Cream
Halm, and before lie had iihciI one
bottle that di sit irrcea ble catarrhal
Hindi hud mII left him. He appear
as well as anyone. It ia the best
catarrh remedy in the market.- J.C.
OliiiHtciid, Areola, 111.
Ouiltinir and pieciuir, comforting
and cr.i.y jialch work and enrpei
ran K'wiiijr entinf jctorily tlone by
Mr. Vroman, .1IH North Sixlhatreet,
I'Utteiiioiilli, Neb. tf
; - '
Grant! Fall and Winter Opening ibout
Opera House Corner
I'1 ALL DPOTIYGS
ARE NOW ON.
Place an 'act' in The
And give the people your
AND HELP YOUR TRADE
ill, 9l, 221 nnd 223 Msin 8t.,
H. M, BONS. Proprietor.
lilt) l'erkins liss been tlioroui(lilj
inoyftti-'d (mm top tc lott,,tu sad
JOf one ut tlie I Hat hotels In the sttttc
(Jonrdein will W taken by thn wrrk at
f4.fS0 snd up.
SOOD BAR CONNECTED
world's Fair JJ Vo r t u he S n
hii ine rcditnble fhort time with a
Capital of S200 and Upward
Sui t chh certain if instructions faith
fully followed, (iiven on atyeipt of
JioMtel note or pontage stattips for
o x :U, ChiciiRO, 111.
II. A. McKlwnin. Jeweler, ban re
moved to the Stadlemann building,
wct niile of room ticcupietl by the
hair, he keeps a full line of wntchcH,
clock'n, Jewelery, silverware nnd
Optical kikhIh. Hpcctiiclcs lilted
and sntisfnctioii iruaraeiiteetl;
watclieti repairing in the best jioh
Hible manner at reasonable price,
(rive him a call. dtit
dipt. V. A. Abbett, who has Utne
been with Mcnrn. I'recival nnd
llatton, Real Kstiite mid liiHiinince
HrokerH, Den Moines, Iowa and in
one of the bent known nul most re
npected butuucsH men in that city
(ityn: "I ran testify to the (root I
iptiilitieM of Chaiiiiicrlaiu'M Couli
Iv'cniedv. llavinif used it in my
family for the pat cll.t jenis, "I
can safely hii y it bus 110 eipial for
either coldn or croup." ."s'l cent bot
tles; for mile by V. (i. Krit-fce d Co.,
jt w y
HARN ESS! H ARNESS
The only Implement denier who has made a uticcea in Cuis County
TIIK best of harnesit, both double and single may be found at my
Btoreund everythino; in the harnesn line also IjtijrieH and carriageH
whictl lire firPt-cinss in every reip.cf, Ileitis the iiiiiesr, ntronet.i nttd
easiest ridinjr vcbit les 011 earth.
ALSO have a lnr;e lot of Schutler, Moline, Haiti and Sterling wit(fon
Spring wanoitH, ion. I tat (n, and pluiti of all uiaCriptiOii.
LN OUR COSll'LETfi STOCK OF
U33IES rn mm
We K've you the followlno; deep cut in prieen:
I.adieH Fine CJ.ued Doniiobi $2.2.) hIioch reduced to
I.iKliea Donola Kid Hcxible J2..H)slit)0 reduced to
Ladies HcBt Oonjrtda fH.(X) shoes reduced to-
Ladies I I.iikI Turned best Do'ola JI.(K) oboe reduced to -
FOE THIRTY DAYS ONLY
We hnvp a great tunny other maniple lots of odd size that we
In order to reduce our Mock to meet our obligation.
We also liavert few lot of LadioH
priced. Don't forget the place.
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