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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1891)
Caaialatrv Uia Farm.
Many farmer laugh at the notion cf
pplinu the principle of chemistry on
the farm, calling such an application of
sc-.rscs "iBCiusjr" ana tna;bus. Yet
farmers sea their sons urow up and drift
away U-canmi, having Wn educated in
tiio public aohuolg, the spirit of a scien
tific ami progressive ae has poawwil
, them, and they ak elsewhere than upon
an old fashioned farm scope for the edu
cation which they have already gained
and for the wider education which they
Now there is noli dd which clew nvre
ample scope for un educated and scien
tific mind than a good farm. The old
fashioui j farmer nays. "What ilu 1 waut
to know about clicu-.istry? It's enough
if I manure the ground and plant my
seed;' nature will tiwu care of the rest."
But the application of manure is
"chemistry ," and if the farmer or his
boy undemtamW the frronudworlc of that
aciencn he knows what kind of manure
is good for a certain field and what kin 1
is good for another fi"lj, and his knowl
edge may uake for him or save for him
many dollars in a single, year.
A know!l''M tit rli.iiir.rv will enable
him to nave the valuable properties of
hU manures for Lie noil, iiiak-aJ of l t
tins precisely those projv.Tties Lo evajio
rated and wasted, ns tiiry ure in the ca.-rS
of moyt natural mannr'-i as now treated
on the farms of tins country
Lilt tlia uiosL
Hience on tuo far.n, afr-er ail, at the pri
rut time, U l:t-t t!ic liiliiiuiai'J l.iatrri:.l
advantage which it may brtnj to tin
farmer, hut t'se t:i-a'is v!;ic'.l it will (;)
ply of iritiTi-s! :n; t!: young, of en;r.v.iir;
tiitir active and eager intelligence, aim
ko-pin them from where t;,i;v
will he very much worse el. Youth V
Tho mot cui ;ue lor.al.ty to be foes 1
by the rportsnan is probably that eui
runix'.h. 4 t'.ieto.va of Li.-.kvillc.ia Kia
tuath,votuity, Ore. The town hps-tics a'
tkeTot of a lanje mountain, and lii
rltfiit on the hank of what is locally
known ui Link river. This ftn-atn
' winch is quite hir:;e and coiinecta tli up
per mid ItAviir Kiaranih lakes in a!iv
with t'"i!i-..iti(!s and probably n.illiuiiH of
large 11.- h, which ara ci.ii.-!;iii;!y pacing
to and fro lit-twcen the two lal.i-8, utiil
areas cort..ut".y jnrr.pin out of water
In 6ight of the town. They are of all
aorta and m;'.is.
Some of them appear to be cutting tr
those antiiafortiio fun of the tiling, and
ometofhake n r.ie kind of an eellil.v
lookii g cK-uisrc v.h:ch stlxcbs tbe:a in
the water and I'-cmne uttacla d to their
ides, cauiing the finh appait-nily imirb
uCenr.g. It is no uncommon thing for
large ti-u. to 1 t.iheu th'-re wliui-u tiilc
are all warred uplnconM-tpnenccof these
It would not he Fnrpnsing if many
C.-h were tiitu-Uestroyeil. Prohnhly
tlii-re srs cot in tb Wf.rld two lakes
more nnmerouily storked wilb trout
than the np-raiid lower Klamath lakes.
Judging by map measurement, they
eanh average thirty miles in length by
ten miles in width. Many lar'e utreams
empty into them, affording splendid
fieliirvf and cpuwnins irronnds, Lyinj
ea.it of the Cascade range of mountains
where genuine winter prevails in the
season for it, the water is better ami the
h healthy and solid features which
do not prevail on the western side of
the mountains, where an aluanac Los to
be Ct'unU?!.'.! to .i;c.rt:n nccuriitely t)
season of tue year. Tore and Struam.
A Coavaatlonal Caatan.
One of the simplent Instincts of good
manners would feetn to be thatat)
should uncover bis head whileeating Ins
dinner with Lis family; yet it is pretty
certain that the firet gentlemen of Lug
land two centuries ago habitually wore
their hats during that ceremony, nor is
it known jntt when or why the practice
was changed. Id Pepys' famous Diary,
which is the bet manual of manners for
Its period, we read, under date of Sept.
22, 1604, "Home to bed, baring got a
strange cold in my head by flinging oil
my hat at dinner and sitting with the
wind in my neck."
In Lord Clarendon's essay on the decay
of inspect paid to ge lie says that in Li
younger clays he never kept his but on
bf" th" LW thaa himself r.xcent
at dinner. Lord Clarendon died in IG71.
That the English members of parlia
ment sit with t Ik ir ha: on during the
aeMbiotis is well known, and the same
practice prevail' d at the early town
meetinguin Kew England, Tiifprt--m;
r absence cf the hat is theref'jreei)'!!y a
conventionality, and so it is wilii a
thousand pra' t'iees which ore Ii' l l, o
long as they exist, t' be the most un
changeable and matter of conr.io affairs.
Wbaa a Man It Tlilnj Toars of Ac
All men who employ animals in work
know bow their sjieed fails off with
increasing age. Race bor-s are with
drawn from the track shortly after they
have arrived at the full posaestiion of
their force; they are still good for com
petitions in bottom, and are capable for
many years yet of doing excellent trot
ting service, bnt they cannot run in
trials of peL
Man's rapacity to run likewise de
creases after he nan pawed thirty years:
and the professional couriers who are
still seen in Tnnls, running over large
distance in an incredibly short time,
are obliged to retire while si ill young.
Tlione who continue to run after they
are forty years obi all finally succumb
with grave heart affections. Popular
I'awiwil a Fl Dollar Hill.
A man who pe-wvd afive dollar bill,
Mel waulel to blow it ia badly, hit upon
a novel il,ni tin o:her day by which to
save an 1 ryud it both. The bill wn
given to him by u friend, and he wasde
tenuiiied not to p irtwu'i it. After a
K-nthy ' --it with Uimvlf t evolved
the brilliant schtue of pawning t'ue
Imtn. lie paid a vi .it to hid uncle, rai d
f l.Oi on tlie bill, and 8H'iit it according
to his tu.tes. VV'h'-n further f nml cam
in he re l'-iiie I til-urigiurU notv. Phila-
company came in
This is a great day far candidates.
Ilia well that they take their out-
imr before election, for some of
them will be not able to return from
the trip up salt creek before next
Tha Olrl of iha Fu'um.
Now John, if I uny yen, it on one
condition will yon promiee? You
had better nay yee well, its mat
yon will pet mc a bottle of I la
Pain Paralizer. Why? Uecaiu
j inner h
the beet ttiinj,' lor neaoiicne aim
rheuniatiHin I ever heard of nn.l
then it s eo "i'e for Imbies when
they have the colic ami diarrliea.
Ladies who use cosmetics or pow
ders to cover up or hide a bad com
plexion, do not know that O. H.
tiiiydcrcan furnish them with liluch
of KoseM, which is clean water, purl
f es the ekin. and ponitvely removes
black heudu mid all kin dinennes
taken t ie shiny look from the face
and whitens it soon as applied
C apt W. A. Atinctt, who lias ion
been with Mesnrs. 1'recival iiudl
M-uion, keal KkIuIc ami liiKiirance
liiokcrrt. Dee ?Iouicn. Iowa mid ih
one of the bent known and mo.-t re
specleil buiiiic men in that city
eay: -,l can tectify to the (rood
malilw'M of ChaniLcrhiiu'e Couth
l.'eincily. llavinic lined it in my
family for (lie paet eiht yearn. I
can e;ilVly eay it lui i.o eipinl fur
either colili r criu." ."iOreiit Ik t
tit -:i for hale by V. (j. l:iicke Jc Co.,
THE V.ERPiV CHITtSH ELGGR.
1 Irave tlxi day, I bntvr !!j- r. -'ii.
! throw ojr ewi ! i,
AlJ try lo kw ii a elet-i .U i L,
AitlwB'i my e nit i il. In ai-.. l;:iL,
AUu".i'!i my h .1
I v iiitu-ri il au
II'-'-ru.-w 1 .-IkiV'.-I ih'i oii't-r rv:i
To try sud kLi-;i il sinuoilj a.... iri-n.
I Ir.ri'h ati'l siiiS art wl.'.-.tb', t'i'i.
Wui-a 1 1ia wlail en-ni. :a Pi r;.ar-.
li.A 111 lie-' sharp a:i'l fn.il) ...
Juy bn-uth enun m i!mrt. uiy bu-4j lur.. . .
My !';i!;era (rwf.
And n:y pimr kne'-a
Wo'i!d ku'-k Po tli r did tlity dire:
but null 1 krrp a jaunty air.
When fireiul iitM-areeand ile ller p-i r
1 UBt.-l l. nirritu-K, and 1 auy
"I only want a rn-iil a iliy."
And if tiiry turn uiu from tha doof
i traiup fur wii-kt.
And il'-l,-1 be U-ukii,
And lib bi iuhik y fur a bed
I try aa an by or a uliud.
I brava the day. I brav tha olxht,
I tarnw aiy Mirrowi to 11 aire!,
1 ia Ml.o U k.t-pa clieurdii nioel
And a rew yn-ir euuraa fur tlia
And an, kind iir.
In ear you rrr.
With ovrr pay wiirne lhao B'me,
JuaI bund aeopiK-r and havd 'in.
iiiia F. l,-y:.rd in j.iii;.v.H .iia..Litjf
Chlnraa I'ulnta for lloata.
"Don't eat with your can," says ":i
Mel, a Chinese writer, "by which Im
do not aim at having extraordinary o
of the way food, jnt to astynihh yoe
guests. For that is to eat with )-
ears, not with your month. Dean cur '
if good, is actually nicer than bird .
nest. And better than sea slugs, whirl.
are not Cifet rate, is a di.tb of bamlioo
"The chicken, the piar, the fish and the
duck, these are the four heroes of the
table. Bra slues and bird's nest have
no characteristic flavors of their own.
They are but usurpers in the house. I
ouce dined with a friend who rave u
birds' nests in bowls like vats, holding
each about four ounce of the plain
boiled article. The other gnests ap
pUmled vigorously, but 1 smiled and
said, I came here to cat bird's nest, not
to take delivery of it wholesale."
How la Acqulra a Poralg-a Vocabulary
Perhaps one of the best ways of fixing
the words and idioms of a language in
one's mind is to teach them to somebody
else. The learner should try to impart
to some member of bis family what he
baa already mastered. lie should, above
all. ?k command first of words in fa
miliar nse, leaving to a later stage of
bis progress the forms of literary expres
sions; Ins first business is wito the com
mon objects of daily life, bis last busi
ness is with zcneral terms. As be sits at
Mi dink he ought to be able to came
every article abont him, just as when he
ia riding In the street car or on the rail
way he should be able to mentally recall
the equivalent for every duUU in th
moving panorama cf objects. Boebon
The frotity appearance of glass whici
w often llxe when It Is desirable to W
ont tin sua or for a protection again
impiisitive eyes, ia brought about I
UMiig a paint com posed as follows:
Sugar of lead, w ell ground in oil, a;
plied as other paint, then pounded wh.i
fiesh with a wad of batting, held b
tween the thumb and finger, after whici
it is allowed to partially dry. Then witu
a straight edge laid upon the sash you
run alontf by the side of it with a stick
sharpened to the width of the lin yo-i
w.aii to appear between the diamonds,
figures or squares Into which yon ehou.
to lay it off. Detroit Free I'ress,
A LUlla lira la.
Neun.ighted Lady The boy who U
trying to tie that tin can to that poor
dog's tail ought to lie thrawhed witiiia
an inch of hi, lifu the horrid luii
brute. Maid It's your boy, mum.
-Tell him if hell atop 111 jrive h'.m
some cake." Goo 1 New.
A Trlbuta la tlia frag.
The bullfrog is a combination of p's
catonal, veiiatori.il and aiualio delights.
From his era lie to his grave he is an
ornament and an honor to the land.
There is fine iport in tiie banting of hiin
and the anting of hiui, and it is liotli
policy and jut-tire to protect Li in from
the onslaughts of rival and foreign bull
froj's. Louisville Courier-Journal.
BtTUJSOTOS y MIMOVMI JVTTW Si B.
V TIMt ThV.IT.. J
Or DAILY PAiWK.NGEK TRAINS
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UIsSuL'HI PACIFIC RAILWAY
No. SM Aas-inidiail u I' n'i-.
Truini illly esrei-tFuiiusv
KMCiriX lie I'VIHIAC t.i-iiiilPl liN'f
Mi 47 M'-el-everv ilne.iii.y ev. nii
l iheir h II li. l arii e r A t'la i! Meek. All vl
lllntc kmnhn are ivudl i ly lev l'-il !o sHend
C. C. Mamliall. f. C. ll lovey, K. K. tt.
YOUSU MKN'8el:ITi'N "MKMATION
WHttrnii n lli laln Hrwl. Hornns
open fr. m S :.-0 in u -sa p it. I'er only
Cuaprl mt-al lif every Buuoar alleru.-oD at 4
AO V. V.".. Ite't Er-t nd lliltd rrlilsT
eve iln-. "i r- li nieieh till A H. Ilsil
In Ru kiiiik H" k. Kui.k Vimli), M, W.
U, K hueiW.e, lleconlrr.
W. No f I Stfeis eenml sndlourtk
1; tl.e fi,.ntli ai 11. A . K.
ii k I Id' rk, t J. iloitna. M ,
tiniu, Hi I'oicet,
At. it" ,y-rw Co. rfti lrei.
at Mi" K.' l I' Iiii'I in IU I n p el--
irn PiiH-k ivr j't-Tr-". iuo. viMnnit
Inriiiri-n liilrd Hei iy IU ml-, Kisrsl;
I Hi h :i i ! . i . . !. rri' im,
t A . l.lllH.I" M't I I'. U. K. P"-. t l-v
ry Tin i ii'.M ft t t.elr I ail n I ili'-ml'
...'. A.ioe.d lei... iv r.-n: y
'n'n"i. i-.-" vi-iin In t;ircuy. J tury.
S. (j t. Vi , r.int,-. m i n-la y
I'l.ACKS OF WOKHIll'.
Cathiii.ii-.-'-t I'm."8 ' t.r-rrh, ;!:. p'et,
Ulili mil Min. r-uii'T ny, i-'"r
K- uio-i: Vik,:s ml I" mi H. pnEdy
hi l.eul it :',ii. i . tjei-iiiii ii.ii,.
Chui-ti en i r l..'Mi( and. H'rhlh l.
ri ivl''-i in' naiitf ml oii-.iiJ E.ii' i . A.
I:- i-il, i-u-'.i r itini ? ' i "ei is. M.
l'PIi'iPAI--Kt I.i.l.i t liuirli. rnrt.rr Tnlnl
nun in-, le v II II l i n i A-inr. her
vices : II A. M a tit f M. r-ui.Uay Aliin!
al'2 :JU Y. M.
(!ruA! MtiiiniiiT irner sijih f and
(i;-.!ilt" l, Hill. I k-Toi. Prri re : II A. U.
inn! ; ::i p. w. hnimj eh -el hi :m a m.
I'l. n Ii 1 Mil a jr.-1 ' en (h 1 1 rh' ii li.e-T-mi
Miili si.ii i.iiiiiiir m. l:i. J 1.1 fin.
-lor. i-u: i!:i -i- i el al 9 Inailiiny
a' II v ni.a-.n p in.
' he V l;. e. i V. 1 1 'h! ' hn'iti mi e' rveiy
halilnttli main f si J It) In ilir li.ei 1 of
II e rlii. ( ill. All Sir lliVlll d 10 HU Uii thrar
FlP'T MthoiiIt Sixth f't., l-etwen Mnln
ml l inrl. I!ev I.. K. tut le iur.
hervlri-e r II A M. S ll P M Pil M himl
an A u 1'iayi riiireii a WeOueKlay tvra
liiie. G-h; rr.-rr.YT''Pi fiirrer Mln snd
.Ninlli. I j W .lie, p. " r S'lVliel u"'
IlliUII. Suillli.y -I'l uiil V A. M.
8 kmi"m i e!iHiiATiiniiAU-;ranlle, ke-
IHreil J-' ft It iiml Nllll.
Coiopmi IUIti-t. Ml Olive, 'k. b'-twefn
lenili Hi d lii-veiiili li r. A I iaell. pin-
tr. KeiM- en a. in. ki.il 7 :.Tp lu. I'rayrt
li eellni eiin Kiln) evi 1. 1 - it
V'THll MKK'S I Illif-TIAP AOCIAT(n?l
hoelliH III k- aleflliiili le' k. M.eu vlleet. 1,ihi.
pe! tin i-iinc. fur meu un.y. e.-r Mrinl.iy iif-ti-rinieii
nt 4 i'i-iiK-k. l-i4iin open aei k dnyi
f.-niii A -jfa ni .tn 9: p. in.
Hot th I ai k TAiirio.Ai-Lr.-ri v. J. V
-Mid, I artier. heri-ai hir.;rf p lioel.
r a in. : i rrat-Mi ir. il a m. kl.d i li. l
prayn mptiiit TufmO-y mkIh : ehoir ptac-
! PriU..y iiikui All are ai-lcmia.
NYhenyou to a nhoe Ptore your
object inot only to buy hIkm-h but
to procure for what you ppend the
licM that your money will buy.
I'P!i than tnia will not content you;
more man tins you cannot, in rea
aon, m-a. tnir metnooa nre aa
simple na your deeirea. We ilo not
lift your expectalitina to the cloutlx,
1'Ut we rcnhr.i t!se?i wlmlever tbev
are. We w ill tievr r Sacrifice your
mtert-Pia to ours ami nowtiere else
can you iret a fuller aud fairer
eitiivalent for your money. An
eept-ciully profituble purchase for
you ih our etc
BOOE8, SHOES OH
THE OLD REUADLE.
!!. I WATEBHAN h gnr
Shingles, Lath, Sa-li.
0n S'ipply rverw druiand of the'rity
fsll ami fjet terms. Fourth street
in r-v of opr-r honan,
nFTFTTIVF K 'ANT A M A ?! ,n
U ,y ' - 'r lerallH limits
aiel riv leMil nn-l. r mir ni.tierin i..
I .-nd Ten Inr prtkii'iiii. V. i i, ,B
'Kl;i.llV Al.h.MV. Ih.i Jj. Wwhi.iu,,,
W LUMBER !
VJ J ILL and o let
cm be bought.
lu lis lino in Ciii-8 Canntj. You wi 1 not lie tiMo t.)
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, PLATTSMOUTH.
For Atchinpou, St. Jopoph, Lravco
worth, Kanpas City, SL Ixiuia,
ami all point north, faat
ruuth or wrat Tick
eta sold ami tjaj;
St alia or
INFORMATION AS TO KATES
Call st Deot or Miilri-a
G. I". A Si. Iaiiiip. Mo.
J. C. I'lllU.IH'l,
A. G. 1. A. Omaha.
II. I. Al'iiAk. At., I'liitti'iiKiuth.
Trli-j liotii', 77.
A "rrty Ural .- ai lilnr. fully wamiii
ni kliuir (rum Ilia ' ij lt Piairtialb
ii I wi -rkfitrii. ami l'h fhf l-it toola ft
liav n hru 4rti fur 111' puiiiao. Vi a
rKiiif'1 1' di all dial fan t rrH-..i.ailv
pMtrd of lha varf b-l lyparllM adaiit
lapatlaof wtlHn !.' a.-nU r mlliuia n
awarding to '.ha al''-llty l tla prratn'
Illfii-ii. in no ad"!!'. Ill your 1- ii ii1ri" Hi
ainDiil h !i-r.'.
Til r I'A K I all' M I 'il ' .
Air-iip annli-il 1'iiiih I, V.
F. li MiKI.VMIKK. As'int.
THE LEADING AND ONLY Of E PRICE
IS WAITING FOR YOU.
waiting to show you
you know how cheap they
ii jo i take quality ari l jn ieu in cuiiniJorutiun.
Onlj buys tlic Im-t make ami latest tiuveltic-j in
CLOTHING AND FURNiSHING GOODS
HATS, cArs ETC.
Aui if )on am looting for a rclinblo j.lii'jc to trado give JOK a triil.
T T A T"a k TA -s I
rTlHB teat of harncau, both double and aingle may be found at
JL store and everything in the
rr . -
which are firat-claaa in every rcpiect, licinjr the lihteat, Ptroiifreat an
eaaieat riding vehicle on earth. t
ALSO have a lare lot of Sthuth
Spring waona, road carts, and
FflKr) qop,DK $ sop
1 TTTkT v1a4 w W r
1.1 lll li I II I I
tAt)is mm SHOES !
We (five you the following deep cut in prices:
Ijiilii-a Fine Clar.ed Dmipnla fiM ahora reduced to
I-ailira Donpola Kid Flexible $l.ra)ahoc reduced to
Iiiliea Iteal IhinoU alioea reilurrd to
La dina Waud Turned bral Dogola tlW dhoe reduced to
Weiiave a KreMt many ..ll.er Hniuplu l..H of mid aiii B thai we t' i
oll-rniL' at i f
I.. I... I.. -
... u. i. m ii 111 wiir hi
We hImo haven few lotn of I.mlii
ilirea. Don't forget the phire.
- i i
his new goods
buy cheaper Win Chi-
-r T . I v r- '
harneaa linealnotjiirTirinarf,nrri J),
r, Moline, Ilain and Sterlinff wagi
plowa of all dincrlption.
. .- aaaa n mym 4
lll.l la riiti.it III
" v mm j a.
DAYS QiSLT-X J
, . .
ii k in .m i I our ..liliiilion i
a (lifurdrf that we will aril ui re '?'
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