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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1891)
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Haa Opened up The
- Tinest, Clean 'st, Cosiest-
IN THIS CITY
Where may be found choice wine.
liipiors and cigars.
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BASS' ALU WHITK LABEL,
always on hand.
COKNBR Or MAIN AND KOUKTII 8T.
HAS THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITT,
EVEETTENC J1LH - AND IN EAXN
I want your Poultry, Kggs, Bat
ter and your farm produce of all
kinds, I will pay you the highest
cash price aa I am buying for a
firn in Lincolu.
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iXPEItT IN MANY LINES.
A REPOHTER HUSTLES HARD AND
IN INNUMERABLE ROLES.
Raw Ha .. Vr.rk r Produce a
kpMlal Artlcla aa a lxillnj kahjfet.
Croat TmI Necauarv la Intarrlawlnf i
Mill a Ouod Mfaorji.
Of tlia tunny tnilllom of people wlio
read the ouwspuiiort bow fw itop to
consider tbn amount of work that any
article of importance rfprewntxl The
idea that newi flown into the editorial
rooms of a pHper h water fliiwt down
hill in not corrtict Every srrnp of uewa
mrans luhor labor to Kuthnr the famt
(net, labor to verify it and find other
fact Ducewwry to make the Rtory coin
plote, and labor to write, edit and print
the glory. An article on aoine timely
abject, and not atrictly news, aluo
menus labor. For iiiHtance, a reporter ia
told to write a story on rnjiid transit
lie doe uot sit at his desk and draw Oft
hi memory sod imagination, no mattef
how excellent both may be He goea
out aud hnMinn
He calls on the coiuinitisioner harlixf
the matter in charge, lie obtains their
riews. He not to the eniflneers and
obtains expert opinions on the feasibility
of the proposed plans He (roes to the
railroad men and anks their riews o
the practicability of the project. Be
goes to lawyers aud takes advice on the
legul obstacles to be overcome. He rlaits
Wall street to loom if capful Is ready.
He consults the traveling pnbllo and
business men as to their neetls. When
he has done all this and read np on what
other cities have accomplished lis write
his story. He weaves his facts together
systematically, building np bis article aa
a lawyer builds np his case in court, M
that a clear idea of the whole matter If
conveyed to the pablio hU jury.
In gathering his information he se
ceives mncb assistance. The lawyer ad
vises him on the legal points without a
fee and withont even a mention of hie
me In the article nnless it Is necessary
to back up an important opinion. If the
article has a medical bearing the n v
of a specialist or a leading physician a. .
obtained without expense. The phy
sician may have a dozen patient with
fat fee awaiting him, but be stops to
put the newspaper man right on the
medical tide of the question. The bank
president cheerfully give hie time to
throw light upon a financial problem.
WHEN BC INTKK VIEWS,
The trnporUir rushed with busmen
pauses to discus a subject from the com
mercial standpoint Expert on every
branch of the subject are ready to give
their view to the papers, but the collec
tion of all this data require more hue
tiing than the general public give the
reporter credit for.
Oattyiring the material also require
brain. The mental caliber of the re
porter shows in every Interview. J4Y
prefer talking about what interest them
selves. The reporter must draw ont
what interests the public To do this 1
no easy task. Minister talk politic and
politician talk religion when an Inter
view Is requested.
To pin tiies men down to the point as
Imu requires more tact, ingeituity, per
severance and ability to read men's char
acter and to draw out their thoughts
than can be told in a big book. Some
men decline to talk unless the reporter
take shorthand and will pledge hi word
that the Interview will be printed ver
batim. Many of thec men talk so slow
f at a reporter taking long hand wonld
be tired waiting for the next word.
Others and this 1 particularly the
caee with women will only give otter
ance to long. Involved svnlencen, treat
ing subjects from an exalted standpoint
if notes aro taken in their presence
Such an interview published verbatim
would koi. ml liiita, aoirtbtTii darky's
orutiun After the notu book is closed
the- m iii!i unbend uud talk rilionully
If the ri'Krtrr knows his huHim-HS he
throws away his notes aud write ont
the latter part of thu conversation, omit
ting many thiugu that should never have
beeu told him.
IN VAKIOUtt IJNKS.
Thoreportersupiiruiacs nearly a much
as lie publisher1. Ho ko. ont to cover a
murder. He plays detective and un
earths many things that are news to lh
police. Ho reports to them and ket-jM
thu public waiting a day or two that the
end of jnmii'e he Hot defeated. He i
ubiquitous. He works on every clew
If the Victim -is unidentified and the
name "John Smith" is found on the
body he rnnn down every Juhu Smith in
towu until he liuthi which one is uintaing.
If there are rumors of an tinriiding
financial ofu.ih in Wall stn-et the re
porter visits the banks and houws Siild
to be iuvoiveiL lie talk with their olll
cers, he sues the bsnk examiner, he in
terview leading bsnkers. and from a
mas of contacting statement he give
the public a clear idea of the situation.
Coulideuoe is restored or a panic precipi
tated by his pen.
All our big daily paper have report
er who are ex pert in different line of
work. Each man know bow to get in
formation quickly and accurately, a
well at how to write uuder the direction
of editors, who marshal thein a a gen
eral marshal hi trooi. ' They go out,
gather every item of information that 1
obtainable, write their arlioJos and band
in their copy
Careful copy readers edit the matter
and write the head line au art in itself.
When in type the proof is submitted to
the editor and the paper I uiade op
All this work requiring care, accuracy
aud thought is duue with a rush. The
great American public read it baity
newspaper tn tli tuorniug with 'com
placency, oblivious of the great atuouut
of work that Iho closely printed page
represent. New Vork Itecorder.
Slajr Marriages In SonOanil,
There i deeply rooted uyiclon in
Bcotland it 11 ly auriages un
lucky, and are bound to turn ont badly
In April, 1HU1, there were J.053 mar
riages in Scotland, In May there were
but l.OOil, w hil in June the number
Jumped to 4,18. lltUburg Dinpatca.
N 0U1) COltl'OIiATlON.
WHAVrMR3. VARY TYLER DID TO I
SAVE HER HEIRS TROUBLE.
She Tvanfrrrd Nearly All Her Prnpertf
to aui liimii'uratd Org aiiUatlon Called
Tka Tjlar Katala" Uaal ICatala lu
Among the proerty items which the
eity is trying to acqnir title to for His
proved Ninth regiment armory in
fourteenth street is a lot belonging to
the Tyler entute. The Tyler estate is a
novelty among the corpora lions of the
country It is not the estate of a de
ceased perso'i, ns one would nnturaliy
infer from the title, but is the estate of
a wealthy western widow, who has h;wl
her real estate holdings capitalized and
a stock company formed to take and hold
the titles to it. Her object is said to be
to so arrange the titles to her property
that wheu she comes to dispose of it by
ber will thsre will be the least possible
Opportunity left to disappointed relatives
to contest her will and drag her name
and private history into the court aud
before the public.
The certificate of Incorporation of the
estate recites that it was organized tin
der the laws of Missouri as a corporation
for manufacturing and busiuess pur
poses, and is called "The Tyler Estate."
It was organised under the legal advice
and direction of Hunry Hitchcock, of the
St. Louis bar. a lawyer of that western
city, who Is said to have assured bis cli
ent that the laws of Missouri authorized
the organization and formal incorpora
tion of real estate corporations.
The founder snd priucipal proprietor
of the Tyler estate is Mrs. Mary Law
rence Tyler, widow of Robert Tyler, of
Louisville She U said to be worth sev
eral millions, principally in lands and
prnnarty jn this city. Philadelphia, Lou
isville, tit, Louis and other places, all of
which, however, shs has conveyed to th
Tyler estate, taking the stock of the pe
culiar corporation in payment The to
ut is capitalised st fflOO.OOO, but that
does not begin to represent the actual
valns of the property it owns.
TUB LAW SEVERAL STATES.
The real estate records of this county
show the transfer of two pieces of prop
erty to the estate by Mrs. Tyler in Feb
ruary, 1888, the time when the corpora
tion wss formed. One of the items is
the lot in Fourteenth street, which Is
wanted by the city for armory purposes,
and tb other l a business building and
lot in Crosby street, between Broom and
Hprtng street. The city authorities and
the representative of th estate could
not agree upon the price to be paid by
th city forth Fourteenth street lot end
condemnation proceedings bsve there
for been begun, wherein the prios will
be fixed by a commission.
But the principal Interest in th aft tlr
attache to th corporation Itself. Mst.y
devices have been resorted to in times
past by wealthy people who had large
states to duroose of by will to prevent
th quarreling of heir over th manot
In which th property has been distrib
uted by tbs ownsr in hi or her will, but
this i th Srst instance ever heard of In
which a private person, having no desire
or intention of going into business, where
some occasion for forming a limited lia
bility corporation might exist, has vol
ontarily Uu her property capitalized
and represented in stocks snd bonds.
In some of the states corporations for
the purpose of bolding title to real es
tate are prohibited by law New York
Is said to be cue of these states and Illi
nois another.. But they are apparently
sanctioned by the laws of Missouri, snd
the bnvs of tins state permit th bolding
of title to real eutale by any corporation
orrjanized nuder the laws of any other
itatn. the laws of which authorize the
listener) of a corporation for the pur
HOW TUB SrriKMK MAT WOltK.
Who the present officers of the Tyler
estate are could uot be ascertained, uor
any statement regarding the details of
the organization whether the corpora
tion has more limn ono executive officer,
how the property is managed by the
oflicers, or in what manner transfers of
real estate belonging to such a corpora
tion conld le made so as not to uftect the
value of its share or to impair the secur
ity of th bond How long a life sucb
corporation could have is a question,
furthermore, which no lawyer could an
But it is claimed for it that the prop
erty can in this manner bo held together
for long period of years, whereas, un
der ordinary conditions, no sooner is a
wealthy person's will filed for probate
than a long contest beglu in the court
between the various heirs over the man
ner of it distribution among them.
By iucorjiorating, as Mrs. Tyler ha
done, it ia declared that all trouble of
this character ia don away wi'h. The
testatrix wills not her property, but a
certain number of sliares of her estate
to each heir, who is limited by his op
portunities to either accept or reject
them. This, however, still leave th
contesting heirs opportunities to fight
over the distribution of the share.
But Mrs, Tyler expect to get th bet
ter of this class of heirs by giving awsy
the shares to the person she desires to
hsv them before her demise. The cor
poration, a said, ia a novel one, bnt,
like the trust, may prove to be only the
forerunner of many which will be or
ganized a soon a the legal statnsef th
Tyler estate shall have been passed upon
by aom competent lugal tribunal New
Stuele rraas taeaeta.
Th note of th katydid are perhaps
a familiar as any and have a certain
fascination, the sounds taking oa various
inflections sod meaulngs. They are pro
duced by rubbing th inner surface of
th hiad legs agaiust tb outer surface
of tbs front wings flddllug, in fact
TV'hra tb til eriiket lnr in th
hearts it raises its for wtag slid surspa
thsra against Its bind on, Kva th
butterfly raakas a auuod aadlbl st some
distauce, onrtalu specie bsvlng been
haste to utter a clicking sound, St
A Straa Bnatiia.
Plans have been laid for the presenta
tion at the Douglas county jail in a few
days of a drama of love aud law, the
like of which haa never been attempted,
with one exception, on the uum'; stage
or in roal life. The climax of the play
will lie the marriage of a condemned
murderer aud self confessed thief and
x convict to a woman who has clung to
bin) through all his troubles and is will
ing to clasp his hand, red with the iuno-'
cent blood of two helplessold people, and
swear to love, honor aud obey him until
death, directed by the strong arm of the
iaw, doth them part.
Ed Neal, who is to be executed, is to
be married to a woman of the town
known as Josephine Clarke. The story
of their wooing is unequaled in the an
nuls of love. Shortly after his arrest
and return to this city, and after he was
confined in the county jail, she appeared
upon the scene She talked with him
through tiie bars aud offered words of
encouragement both to the accused and
bis attorneys. Long before the cae was
called for trial In the district oourt this
woman not only rendered valuable a
islance iu the way of looking up testi
mony, but even went further, and out
of her own earnings paid muny of the
bills incident to the trial.
When the case was called each day
she was au interested spectator, occupy
ing a front seat within the bar and as
near the prisoner as possible. After
3ach session of th court she followed
him to the jail door, and after the man
was locked 'u hi cell she would stand
nnder his wiudow for hours st a time
talking in a low tone of vo'.ce trying to
cheer him. When he waf convicted she
made several effort to effect hi escape.
-Omaha Cor. St Loui U lobe-Democrat
Death of a BuSele BUI Indlaa.
Pan) Eagle Star, one of Colonel Cody's
Indiana, ha died at th Sheffield infirm
ary from an accident which befell him
whil the Wild West show was on a
visit to that town. He aud a number of
other Indians were riding in the arena,
when his horse swerved against a part of
the boarding. . Eagle Star w ined a
compound fractors of his leg, on of th
fracture being close to the ankle. For
a time he mad favorabl progress, bnt
lockjaw set In, and from this h died.
Mr. Crager, Colonel Cody's oblef in
terpreter, sat op with him th whole of
Sunday night, and he was visited also
by Short Bull,' one of the Indian
chief. The deceased waa a Brnl Sioux
luuiao, ' Iweniy-Sv, year of age, and
wa a prisoner of war, having taken part
In the last lndiaa rising. Be wa' mar
ried. ' HI wife and children are living
at the Roe Hud agency, United Stat.
London No re.
retell restarts la Caoaeetleat,
Several footprints of reptiles of various
dimensions have lately been discovsred
about three mile from Hoi yoke, upon
the rock tn O. L Bosworth's quarry,,
near the shore of the Connecticut river,
which have osuaed eomrtderabl xcit
ment snd elicited many Inquiriee,
Ths diacoverie occur not Infre
quently, more than " 18,000 ' such foot
marks having already been brought to
light, and, in fact, it is well known
throughout the sclentlflo world that the
new red aandston of th Connecticut
valley, which extend about 110 mile
from north to south and average about
twenty ssilss fa width froiu aat to west,
la one of the most prolific depositories of
fossil print. Slab of thl ston, having
npoo them th wonderful indentations,
can be found in almost all the museums
of this country and Europe, Springfield
A Hit of tlamaa Mature.
A grocer not far from my place of
abode has been this year selling for
eighty cents the same sized basket of
peaches that he last year disposed of for
live dollar This is not at all singular
considering the prolusion of the fruit
this year aud the scarcity last
"It's fuuny, though," as he told me,
"that the people who took their high
priced basket without a word are now
sending mo complaint after complaint
because they find a tittle poor fruit in
the basket Why. bust year they wore
It is odd until yon coma to think that
everybody thinks out of this year's abun
dance his grocer ongbt to select him a
perfect order. New York Herald
What le a Homer
When the late Timothy Smith died he
left a will (n which he directed his exec
utors to provide a "home" for bis sister
during her life. The executors do not
construe the word "home" in the same
sense ss doe the sister, and Lawyer
Chillis camo before Judge Morton to ask
that a suit to have the court say what
the word mean be set- for a hearing.
Mr. Child laid that the executor bold
that the word "home" mean simply
"shelter," and consequently bav given
the sister an empty house, nothiugmore
Inillaai as Weather Prophete.
Th Indians of ths Colorado desert
hav an extraordinary way of fortelling
th weather. They not only prognosti
cate for a few days, but for sis months
and sometimes a year. , Last fall they
told sverybody that we should have a
cool snmmer in tbs desert and that the
fruit wonld be late. They were right
The fruit was very late this summer.
They declare that next year will be au
early summer, and that the fruit will
ripen early. WhAt they base their pre
dictions upon is unknown. Yankee
Blade ' ' . '
tare ay Aaatla Bid well.
Austin fiidwell, ths msn who has al
ready suffered eighteen years' penal
servitude for participation in a fraud on
the Bauk of England in 18T3, recently
saved a fellow prisoner from drowning
in the) river st Chatham, where they
were working. Mr. Matthews hss ao
cordiugly decided to remit eighteen
months of the twenty ywars, which, ex
cept In the rase of murderers, usually
Constitutes a "life sentence. Bidwell
will therefor be liberated in about five
month' Um. Pall Mall Gazette,
Are alwara Saie te aado,
aoU. to amp, surs throat, tuaf :
tteruedie, to 1 cSscut, niai i
leiered without delsr. Until,,.
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aunj'wu uii wHicrjrncies ttattAraM' .
Cherry I'eotermL It sooUiet Ua) InflaaifSiJ
niuoiliraos, promotes tioeeuimtlnr. -u ,
eoiuyuutauu induces sleep. The prompt u.,
of Una medicine lias saved uuauiwrsbla lite. '
both of vouiis and oh V
" Due ol my children hxl .w it.
wss attended by our physlclsn, and wm tu.
poaud to be well Under coulroL One fjltlit
1 was startled by Uie child's hard broaUu,.
uud on going U) It louud 11
it had nearly ceased to breaths. Bnallrtnr
that the child's alurmlnR condition bad bo.
emne possible In ajdui ol Uie mulleins ft hid
taken, I resinned Uist such tuniedlet would
be of no avail. Having S part of s bottle of
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral In the house, I gave ,
ilie child three doses, at short Interval, and
anxiously waited results. From Uie moment
hie l'vetoral was given, the child's breathing
(row easier, and hi a short lima It w gi-p.
tuff quietly and breathing naturally. Ths
child Is ailve and well to-day, aud I do not
hesitate tossy that Ayer's Cherry rectors!
saved Its Uie."-C J. Wooldridge, WorUiam,
1 7 For colds, eotiRhs, bronchitis, asthma,
and the early slasos of consumption, take
Aifnr'A flrirtrni Pftftrnrftl
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DR. J. 0. A TEH A 00., Lowell, Mas,
field by ail Dro 11. Price SI ; li beUU.
It bhould be In Every House.
J. B. WilHon, 371 Clay St., Sharps
liurf. I'm., miivh lie will mil l.a u,!ik
(- j v ev. n tin
Olit Dr. Killir'M 'w DinpivArv 4V
CouHumption. Couhfl and Colda.
won n cured in wne wrio waa
threatened with Pneumonia after
an attack of "La Oriooe" when
varioua other remeiliea uvsml
iliVHiciana had done? her no .rnH
Robert Il.-irluT "of fVl.ruiri v..
cluima Dr. King's New Dittcovery '
has done him more good than any
thing he ever lined for Luno
Trouble. Nothinir like it Trr it.
P-ree trial hr
Co'm drugstore. Larire bottle. 50c. '
Some of the mnut Mtarttinn. ;
teretinp; diacoveriea of the life 'and
luniuiun 01 uurieu ftffypi are now
beinrf made throutrh extensive exca-
vattiona. Theee dincoverie rr '
PVelttnr. m . . I - . - . . -.
a fs . luieicsu inany
discoveries are. hnwr tin,r -
made in our country that are re-.
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ci sauic, uuiuii) w n ten we may
mention that nl Hatlr'a Pain u..
lyzer which effects entire relief, and '
in nmuj i awes a complete cure or ,
that terrible disease rheumatism,'
aud which also relieves pain of all"'
kinde. For sale byall druggist
Rheumatism Girl in Day.
"Myetic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralcia mdicnllv rnrt ;n i a
days, ite action upon the system is
uiuHnauie ana mystcnoue. It re
moves at once the cause and the di
sensc immediately dissappeare.
The brat dose ereatly benefit. 7.V:
Sold by F, G. Fricke, DruffKist.' wt
ti- a 8t?rt" aote. j
Jlie American people are rapidly
becoming a rae of ticrvoue wreck
and the followtng . suggests, the
best remedy: alphouso liumpfHntr,
of buuer, Penn, swears that when '
his son was SpechleHs from st Vitus
Hance Dr Miles great kestoratrve
Nerving cured him. Mrs. J. L, '
Miller of Vulprai and. J.D. Taolnr.
of IgansjMirt. Ind each gained 20
pounds if an taking it Mrs. H. A.
Gardner, of Vuritulr Ind waa
of 40 to 50 convulsions enBy and
.Hutu a. iniiH ii, mazncHS, liocknctt
ntiil nervous proHtiation by one
bottle. Trial bottle and fine Imek'uf
NervotiM curen free at F. (). Fricke, 4
Co., who rtTometids this unen uailel
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Thk Hkst Hai.vk iu the world for Cuts
Hrtiisi, Hores, Ulcers, Salt Hlu urn. Fever
Hon, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Pili. or bo pay required.
It is giiHrantied to give satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 ccuta hit Im.
For sale by F. 0. Fricke & Co. '
For ttintiy years Mr. It. F. Thomp
Hon, tif Dcm Noiticn, Iowa, wna He
vercly nfllictrcl with chronic diurr
hoca. lIcHuyn: "At times it wilt
very severr; ho much ho, that I
f. ..nl it would end uty life. About
seven years ago 1 chanced to pro
run a boltle of Chainlx-rlaiti'H
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
kettit'dy. It gave tut prompt relief
unci I believe cured me permanent
ly, hh I now eat or drink without
harm anything I plciiMt-. I have
a I ho lined it in my family with the
bout reHttltn. For sale by F. G.
Frifkie A Co.
Two years ago the Ilaller Prop.
Co.' ordered their hot t leu by the boc
-now they buy by the carload.
Among the popular and siicccecful
remedies they prepare in Mailer's
Sareaparilla iV llnrdock whicli is
the ittoHt wonderful blootl puriiier
known. No tlruggiHt heHitntes to
reconimetid thin remedy.
For sale by druggiHt.
Heart dineiinc in by far the tnont
fretti-nt cifune of sudden death,
which in three out of four canes is
unHtinpectcd. The symptomn are
not generally understood. These
Hre: it habit of lying on the right
side, short breath, pain or ditrenn in
the side, back or shoulder, irregulur
pulse, asthma, weak and hungry
spells, wind in stomach, swelling of
ankles or dropsy, oppression, tlry
cough uud smothering. Dr. Miles'
illustrated book on Peart Disease,
free at P. G. Frlke A Co'e, who sell
snd giiarsnlee Dr. Miles' unequnletl
New HesrtCure, and his restora
tive Nervine, which cures nervous
ness, headache, sleeplessness, drop
sy, etc. it contains no opiates.
(in In Urnwii V Marreft'n ntnl e-f.f
a indow 'j laen and ntop ill tl it
hole iu your house. If
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