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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1891)
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' " I'fllce to-day
ice it, before
-ii.iy, amy criticism or
ij . . . r
lUJ i.-orter, in comtianv
, niiiinHiouer Todd, made b
') the new court house this
, '. .nii(r with a view of Riving our
renders an outline of what a visitor
at thi!aiuinuifioent anil stupendous
"imciure will In-bold.
The building its 80 fei t, 8 inches
eiiwt and west, by M2 feet north uud
aouth. The main square of the
building i 4'J feet IiiIi. The
height from the bane of the build-
"K "J ihetnp of the lower in i'.Z
feet, 6 inchc. The brut, or bane
tnent, story is conetruitcd of Hay.
field brown stone, received directly
from Hay field, Win. Thin stone is
f the itioMt durable quali'y obtain
able, fhe second ami third stories
re finished with Kan.".-m City
pressed brick, euibcllidied with
artistic stone triintniiiu'H. All the
cornice, tla-hins, valleys and
downspout are constructed of
Hi-ounce roll Cupper.
Kiittrriii from the south, the
firnt room to the left we find to be
the ollice for county superintend
ent, 2i2'J feet, with a vault at the
iiuiiicdinte entrance, 8x13. Pamirs;;
to the Htairn we find the office of
, county attorney, 20x:, with private
office, 10x1(3; also with a vault, 1(3x1(3.
Pa Main;; on down the hall to the
left irt situated the office of county
mirveyor, 'J0x3ri, with private office,
10x1(1, and vault, 10x1(1. Opposite
this office, across the hallway, it
located the boiler room. The
boiler i Id feet lonjr and 5 feet in
di.i meter, having all the latent im
rrovenients and heating tlie entire
The main entrance to the second
floor i from the went. Upon first
entering, art we turn to the rij.'ht,
we find the roin of the county
court, '.'hl, with private oflice,
12x12, and vault, 0x15. It is also
supplied with a mantelpiece and
grate, appliances used for
heatiwir in the event it id not
deemed practicable to use the
tiiruui Iirdl'tn. Ill the fcuUlhtrrtnl
corner of the building is situated
the office of county cleik, 20x31,
Uoiioi hat it exct u ?
tflass, m ev
radiators and 'U. . . f,Kv ar-
atiirt to be fi;wr.ii'. .t d bv Mr
llernple will' amply r.M u the en
tire building. They wdi be tested
this afternoon for tlie first time.
ine cuu.'tis ot t.ass comity are
to 1)0 coiigrntiilnteit upon having
secured so creduarnr a t);,i,d;r,
Tlie county commissioners alno,
nre entitled to credit for hnvinir tier.
formed the arduous duties attend
Injr its construction, to the Hatisl
'faction of all and doubtless they
feel deliirhted at the measure of
success that has attended their ef
I ; ,.V,...M 1 f v d I)l,",Tnilfrii!rrAntwMi
V . . I llQ tua wii-iwpi
. . r; 41l But, fr.nu tliPdli-iiiiilcri
i- V 'j (,',. "3 , ' No uilil bu-U voiowl i
ur.d 'U. ' ',',,jarjli!t, rW ami tweet.
e Arrive plain.
t, elr ami tweet, U mmoll. .j wln.
nnr lii'i r rti!tiu!inir wlf. n i 1 1 i...
tiled all the un.iu in tWeuct aw uj far.
'Mtliennteuf therrli Vitt
lira autumo dayt were
n l o, who loved tli.
Bini'le tlie Ui-arili
"HeariiiK Hi!- bumvliko wrtiml from nnad anil
Felt la our !h'hi-(h a kinship for the Orerk.
I'iiuliiu Scollard la Lliiucutt'a.
Shorthand uud tvoewritinir col
leire over Maver's clothinir htore.
iay and niirni sessions. Munition?
guaranteed to all competent tud
Glad II Had Keen riluffod.
It'i ewntiiilly a gtory of Chiaio.
A rather hIikIiIiv liiokinir niun wullrMit
fnto tiiB office and took a chair beside the
"I'm a little burcl no." he aai.l. "ami if
you could l. t me luve 1(X) for aitliort
tune I think it wcuM tide uieover."
The man behind the ilexk l.Hike.1 ntbia
culler and became reniiiiisceut.
l hv. I haven't ait-n von for vonra "
ho sai'l. "Lit liiri sf.i! Yon usei! tn r.n!!
down at my farm in the old days when i
was locate. 1 near r orty-Brht atreot.
"Yen." ;iil tlid rulh.r! "I ilrov ilnwn
there one day with a p.irty of frienda and
filled op with some of your cherry
"I reinmf r it norfWt! v" aniil the man
behind the desk. "After von hni taken
little ot it you wanted to buy the farm
"And you Wanted J.0OU for it." aaid
the caller. 1
And VOtl aLTefd to take it "addixl th
man Deinml tlie dek.
'1 did." admitted ths caller, "and
came U my office the next day."
i e.i, and yon awure voa wouldn't tako
it aa a (rift."
And yon derlarf-d von had witneu.
w my aijreeuient to buy."
" 1 ' , . I IT I . IW
o...,' ii Jiic oil.
1 did," admitted the caller.
"Well." mod the man hehind tK,.lr
'I don't mind niivincr vim t 'I Hi t..r l.liy
In? me off. The farm baa made me rich."
TO CLOSE b gr YJSRS1
HKAK IN MIND THAT
OAJST SAVE UTOXT UL ONY
with a private office, 10x10. The
entrance to the vault, 15x13, is from
the main oflice. Passing to the
north from the county clerk's oflice
. i located tlie oflice of the
county commissioners, ltx2-4, with
two wardrobes and mantelpiece.
Passing thence to the northeast
comer of the building we find the
Office of treasurer, itxlll, with
private oflice, 10x1(5, with entrance
to the vault, 13x13, from the main
Office. Passing across- the hall to
the northwest corner of building
we find the oflice of recorder of
deeds, 20x31, supplied with private
oflice an. 1 vault the A me aa other
-officea. At the north end of tlie
hall is located the water cloaeta
with all the modern improvement
Thin completes the tour of the
Passing up the ataira to the third
floor to the left in the aouthweet
. corner of the building is aituated
the equity court room 20x39, pro-
Tided with closets, mantel piece
and suitable furniture. Pasting
corner is the office of sheriff. The
main room in 13x18 with private of
fice 12x13. Passing through to the
atorth opposite the main entrance
directly in front of the main en
trance is the office of district clerk
13x20 with private office 10x12, vault
15x15; also, an entrance is provided
into tlie main court room. The
latter together with three jury
rooms occupies the entire north
half of the building. The main
court room is :xo0 feet with an 18
foot ceiling. The private office is
immediately back of the judge's
forum, 9x9 fret.
The basement itorage is finished
In the best ash wood obtainable;
the second and third atones in
white oak with hard maple floors
We were particularly impressed
The following is the booths nnd
program of the "Auihor s Carnival
to be given at Kockwood hall
Thursday and Friday eveninirs
December 10 and 11, by the ladiesof
the Presbyterian church:
M -u.l Muller.
Old Cur' !' Shop
I'll HiliA.M--Thurxlar Evening
Mm. Atwood, M a Grant
Solo "The Crima i,f Love " lxhr
Mr. Jvr H'i'1
fabletux "t'nrlf Tom'n Cabin.'
Violin Solo "roet nil l'eaaiit lAiltz".Suiio
I.I lun Kauble.
guartellt 'Teaaanta' MrddlUK March
Me-dauiea Iiu'ri-. Atvon d. Amir's.
M t Mrsue.
Jack Fhuvr.s ht tniox.
Maiio H .! W Hi he' ian." rarlniilnl
Mi-a Mart 'iraiit.
Tableaux-" rymiml i i and (iallatra.1
olo-' HI rroi" Iluu h.n.on
M n llurri.
THK wi8 a.i Pi.Nll.lsll VilKilSS.
TaMi-aux-"Th- f urulnpoi Mile Siandnh."
FI1IUA Y MOHT
Daet-"I Trnvatore " M-tnotU
E ll h l'atlrran. De-I Walkrr.
MltfJ.J 'si A II Al.l.r.N B M'l n-.lsP. J'AIMY.
Quanett- "Kara ! Apollo ht'lken the
Mm. Hurla. Mlu Moore. Hnm.
t' i , ., . . D .. 1 1 i.
t c muu vtiwk. aM -w a J, UNO ucv-nniLV. aura u
rtanoolo- ( ah tra( aurlce." Halt hilwreckor titter and hr,r.l,. rw.v-rt..
Tabl aux-"Ten Vlig n-." the man who wears a hat i,m .....II f..
soiu-- lue uoa s yu pti call.".... Wllliarj.i him a a silly. fnv,,h,. e,.ii..l
Mm Kiirria nn i,l, ...j , i ,
Violin Sob. ''vnaayrao.
iim .. .'i ""uuuiyiue must nipnaiji ami anal'
HNOW CAVK KMKKTAINMP.NT , Vlt'W, Mt hUi iU "WiKations.
Comet 8 lu Lven "'"( tramp and vagabonda, the
Yt. EUenbrodt. fellow with the "dinky" derby bakuced
upon bi mop of unkempt hair, ia Uie
Mea Who Wear Hroall Hal a.
i never saw an earnest worker nr a
man who ha.l real and serious duties to
perform, who wore a hat too small for
Many trreat lawvera and iihmii
cranky but elirewd speculators, popular
preachers, and history tnakinx k'eiieralt
and eoitora wenr liaU too large for them
sonietimea so larjje that they act as ex
tiiiL'iiiMiers and are kIi.th.1 in their
downward come only bv the nruiiftiiin
- - j ------
ot the ears; hut I never aaw one who
wore a hat tod small. tHTi.-hed nrxm tha
top of his head. Indeed. I tiiit-lit a-rt
M a pfmitive and Invariable fact that,
aave lu case of dire necessity, nch aa
Tableaux-" Jobs At ea aud I'rtMrllla.
via styie supper, ii cents; new
style supper, on the European
plan. Admission, 25 cents.
most hopeless wre;k among his class;
winie mere la always a gleam of lutelli
Bene, a spark of hope, In the tramn
whose hat ia too lri f,,r him
Sever Heard of Him.
Teleirraribera' stories im tin in nA inm.
tiiu. nnd they do not hiUt to Ml
thetn t f.nu u, T, I., !J 11 .
1 - - vw n ' I ' l ii ' 1 . 1L U HKI I LIIHL IliA
Laat Days or Pomoeii. I -...... : , . . .
,,, , , ui-inra in.vew iiaven, Having aiwaj I
Lord Lytton s beautiful romance hve.1 ti.er. .i,i,.. ..t J.
has delighted nod enthralled yond the limits of the city and their oper
thousands, and Jdin Palmer has aliug rooms. The fact was illustrated
sought to enhance this delight by recently when an operator in New York
For a nice X tnas present go to
jor me fiopuiar ciotnier, and look
at his Cue line of Muflllers and
hia dramatiiation of the noble's
idol, lie has translated the inani-
mated characters and made them
living, breathing, speaking beings.
He the critic ever so harshly in
dined, he could
with aught but
Egyptian priest, Mr. Palmer makes
and ideal Arbaces. He is eifted bv
nature with a clasciic brow, a fierce
penetrating eye that seems to clit-
ter and flash till it fairly burns into
the observer's brain, and a nnwer
to portray the ardent worshirtnrr
of mother Egypt moat successfully.
The crafty, calculating man whose
sensual desires and animal nppe
tite have warped all the nobility of
his nature and destroyed the grand
possibilities of a wonderful Intel
lect, was impersonated to perfec
tion. Throughout the company
was a fine one. Davenoort (Ia.
Will appear at the Waterman
Monday evening, December 11.
Shiloh's catarrh remedy a poai
itive cure Catarrh, Diphtheria and
Canker mouth. For sale by F. O.
remarked to the man be was working
WllU In vw Haven that Parnell h.,1
"Who?" wm the Inquiry.
"Parnell " was the rei.lv.
After a ahort Iniervul ,1
fail to criticise H is supposed, the New Haven nra-nlnr
praise. Ah the WM in conference with somebody, this
message was sent: "If you mean P. T,
burn run. we heard that lonir iro. but no
one knows who Parnell ia." Tub
Manv old soldiers, who contracted
chronic diarrhoea while in the
service, have since been permanent
ly cared of it by Chairaberlains
Colic. Cholera sud diarrhoea Kem
edy. For sale by F. G. Fricke A Co.
Are you mad"e miserable bv Indi.
gestion, constipation, dizziness.
oss of appetite, yellow skin? Shi
loh's Vitalirer Is a positive cure.
For sale by F. G. Fricke A Co.
Itefore VOIl Imv anv M,n'i TII.
or Children's Cloihinir lrw.kih
JOE'S line. He will save vou
The case of S. P. Vannatta vs. the
Plattsmouth Gas and Electric liirht
company is being tried in the coun
ty court to-day.
New A Mara,
Two new alloys for making boring and
cutting tools have been inveuted in Eng.
hind. The meul eouala steel in bar J net
end temper, and does not lie its temper
when heated by frii tion. Tha ull,.ve,.n.
siatof pig iron, femvmanganeae, ciiroioi-
oin ana tungsten In proper proportions,
melted together in crucibles under stick
tharcoal and calcined borax. This com
pound is then reun ited with bar iron and
proportions of nickel, copper and alumin
ium are added, it is then caat ia saud
molds. New York Times.
OVERCOATS MD SUITS,
FOB TvIEIST AND BOOSTS
FOR LES MONEY THAN EVER HEARD' OF HE FORK
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps. Trunks, etc. at Jobbers Prices
It will p.iy j nil lo come fifly miles lo trade wilh
Who will rhow you ln-lter iimkcB, quality and for lens money tlian you can
hay west ot Chicago.
A CHILI) CAN UUV AS CIIKAP AS A MAN
JOE Has Only Cno Erlcc,
NO TRorilLK TO SHOW (JOODS.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER,
At Ro kwood Hall two evenintrs
Thursday and Friday December 10
and 11, There will be beautifully
decorated booths, tableaux and mil
sic and many characters from well
know literary productions in pretty
and appropriate coHtumea. Supper
will be served in the old style and
the new; old style supper 'Joe, new
style supper on the European plan.
Admission Scents. Everybody in
Did vou see lOK'S
line of suependerHV
I have been a ltchI miffi-rer frnm
catarrh for over ten yearn: had it
verv bad. could hnnllv I tre:i li..
Some nights I coual not sleep and
had to walk the floor. I purchased
Fly's Cream Halm and am uttinjf it
freely, it ia working a cure surely.
I have ml vised several friendx to
use it, and with happy p-hiiIH in
every cae. It ja the medicine
above nil other for eui.-irrli 11,1,1 it
H WOrlll (S Wl'ifllt in in, I, I I 11, ..,L
Ood I have found a reinedv I
Use with safety nrwt flint tt
uiai is claimed lor it. It is curinir
my deafness. H. W. K
IWI U, VUIJU.
f q ywm $
WILL KEEI1 CONSTANT! ON HANI)
A Full snd Complete line of
nirYe 7wTfiirirn- Pimg 9mA fills
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUURa
rrrscrliitlons ('arrlully toiiipoiiiiunl at all Hour".
tags Coach Drcaaaa.
Losses are presaged by a dream of rid
ing ia a stage coach. If yon run after
A Little Iris Eiperiencem a Llgct
nr. anu pith. irtt f.u-iit
---... aainvwit. CI I C
kerperfio! thf (iov. LiuhtJiounr at
oiih4 jM rH ii .'iic n, ana nre hlrtmvd
April ehe taken down with Mraslea,
oiiowea witn ureaiiiul t ouh and
turned Into a fever. Doctors at
nome and at Detroit treated, but In
-nov.u. u tou run Hlier . vain ali ,rr. ......n..
One TOO Will be not of .nnlnrm.nl ,.. . I -u. . ..V.'.' U,".,.,
- - . j .". u. m i pur wtfH m mi'rr - nxiniirm I
Linir i,vin TV . in i ti . i ... .
n w (wm wiu ria nen sue iriea lir, rilns New
yoa of troablesotns friends. If yoo era j Discovery and after the use of two
in a staice coach snd it turns over with- I n botlles. was completely
uk lujunng yon, yoa Will be lncay la I , ary say ut. IMOfr.s nrw
yoar speculations, but tf yoa dream that
yoa are killed by the fall yoa mast ex
pect nuafortunee.-New York Herald.
UiHcoverr is worth its ,-wri,t in
jrold, yet you may get trial bottle
i -.a tr ' i .
ire mi r, j. rricaey drugstore
Tfce M.uklaa Habit. trngth r4 Health.
A woman bmmrht.. m.ll " . '.u.r re "g etronff
r.111 ii . k,h. .v a a . Tv. .r I "na i'y.try Klectric Hitters. If
PHI Into ooatn End arntr atrtr tha nth im. f-i n ' . . .
, . . . "i vijip: nns leu you weak and
evening and wanted a boi of pilU Joat weary, use Electric Hitters. This
ii se wiem, nnder the Impressioa that remedy acts directly on Liver,
matching pill was ss simple a matter as Stomach and Klndys' gently aidinr
matrhlnr rthhnna Hnln,.S..M ll i Ihnir nrirniii Ia nr.l., n,.:. i..
matching ribbon. Hprimjfioli Homestead.
Ia appearance tha ordlnarr trnflU la
about the site of a walnut, with a
roaith. brown, wart
akin to the potato, which it likewise re-
setnuiea in consistency, thongh not ia
The largest bnilding that ever was I
STM-fail wrmm tk v ..V.I ... a I
. - . j.i cij vua
We Will irive ireniime Im rrrnina f P&l1l fflhi hi tint! saw a a ain,i1M
gold watches and jewelry. qusrter of a mile in length, with a spaa
415 Main street tf
those organs to preform their func
tions. If you are afllicted with
Sick Headache, you will find speedy
and permanent relief by taking
Electric Hetter. One trial will con
vince you that this is the remedy
you need. Large bottles only TiOc.
For sale by F. G. Fricke Co.
of 360 feet
. : - I'oce never ennhl nmnnu witu.
ine larireHt and h.t t ,.i .sr. . ----- - ' i
Glove, at wonderfully low prices a ?" D7ln wwm time at th.
jOh b. , "v vi uib voice, bdi inns rousing bis
nervous system to its fullest activity.
Always has on hand a full slock of
FLOUR AND FEED.
Corn, Hran, Shorts Oats and Haled
Hav for sale as low as the lowest
and delivered to any part of the
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