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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1891)
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Vtfcht It- n. V. H. Gx:-;-v
I The Marquis of i.orie.
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Article of !V?i.tV.-.! ArMct.
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THE OLD RELIADLC.
! II. A. WATERMAN & SOS
i Plllf LUMBER !
Shingle, Latl), BiiflbJ
Cuo supply everw demand of the city.
Call tod tfi't tcrmi. Fourth otrect
. lu tnur of ,: liouw.
jomUntly keep on bund everjthir
joa Doed to furniih your houne.
CORNER ItXTH AHD MAIN (TRKKT
For AtchlriHon, St Jowph, Ixnvcii'
wortli, Kaunas City, St. I)iiii,
und ull jxi:ita north, fiiHt
ctH sold und
t o a n y ,
INFORMATION A3 TO KATKS
Cnll'at Depot or oddremi
II, C. Tuw.nhk.ni,
G. V. A. St. Louis, Mo.
j. c. rnii.i.ii ri.
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I A. O. P. A. Omahn.
r II. D. AlHiiK. Apt., PlnttHinotith.
1 , treleplione, 77.
,F. II. KLLKNUAUM, Prop.
i bent of fresh ment alwayn found
in tlil market. ylno freiih
ln and llutter.
v ild K.ime nil k
inds kept In their
"Pf HIXTII STKKKT
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The Most Popular Family Newspaper in the West
IT 13 THE BEST NEWSPAPER FOB
THE HOME .-. .-.
THE WORKSHOP, oh
THE BUSINESS OFFICE,
ros THE PROFESSIONAL MAN,
THE WORKINGMAN. oh
IT I1) A ;hl.Ir;N mfv.papp'?. ni in micb is ably conducted,
numtwrlncj raong lu w lt,irfl tf, I ntii- It tn tnn country.
Ii pub I irini ALu Til i: '.',), .,n 1 kujj I'.a ruaJurg parloctly poatod 00
Impoitnnt VHntH nil over tho worlil.
In Ui'i.KAur 'i:hTul.i rn ul to thof M tho b''c majnifnM.
Amono llm-ontrlbutoraon W. D HO V i i l.h, I U A N K It aTUCH'luN, MK'J.
fr KANCi.U IIOU.IJON DUi'HCTT, MAKK TWAIN. HKI.T MAHTK, MAU
HlCt: TIIOMI'HON.A W. TOUHUfX Id )l 'I IVT 1 'tTTR HTKVI Nr.OK.hUO-
yaiiD Kii'Lr.Mii. auim.r.Y uhk, makv iiaki V I Li. cati:h woon,
JOI.'Ij CHANIJL.I.H HAllHIH. and runny olf,.T c b -OND LlTtHAKlf
FAME!. It wlU tnu ba asuu tnat 1UE INI El OCtAN pubilaliaa
THE BEST STORIES AND SKETCHES IN THE LANGUAGE.
It FuftEIGN and uQZlC CO:;".r:".rOiri!EiICE lSTSry TtnalT
aod tLa bust.
The Ytiuth'8Dep;irtin"nt, Cariosity S!inp, Woman's Kinfrdoin k The Homo
Are Dttor tlian a Majatlna for tha Family.
Onaoftn Ifot Important Paturoa la tha Dopartmont c!
FARM AND FARMERS.
Fdllad by rit-OOV Vr r. HOARD r.f
Tula la a dow
Ilan nWo biin opanedf'ir tha apicial purpoa-j old
aiuttlug t.'iti lu.m'jia of ti.o L-Quir.rr.
THE WEEKLY INj : OCEAN
Is Ono Dollar per Year, postage paid.
THE . . SEMI-WEEKLY .-. INTER .-. OCEAN
Is publlohol oTorr Monday and THuraday at $3.00 por yoar, postpaid
ThG DAILY INTER OCEAN is $0.00 pJiaql Vka
Hae SUNDAY INTER OCEAN i8 2.00 km
Lit ral Tsrma to Actlra Asanta. Bond for Bimpla Copy.
Address THE INTER OCEAN, Chlcaga
AN'K OK CASS COl'NTY
Cur Mala and Fifth iireet.
aM ii i capital vi m
0. H. Panio'a
1. M. I'altxrvib
r. M. Pattnrvin,
'J. H. Par., r lo. J. M. Paftiraon, Prai Onrrlrr.
i, H. Hmltli K. H. Wlnilliam, H. 8. Umii-ry and
r. M Pattoixin
K OENELVL BANI1NC BD3INES3
AivoiiiiI anlli'ital. Incrit aliowH or, tlm
1ciihiIh Hint pniiiint aiti'iitlOKIvru to all bua
iihiw vii'nitled to Ita oara.
217. ai(, 2''1 and 2J1 Main
J iUflll -w
to '.W.t:..i,; nil 'a
now one of the best hotels in thuatata
Bord-H t ill bf taken by tlm woek at
It R(1 and up.
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
9 y m fp - i - -7 T-i - - - -
How Lost I How Regained!
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and WKAKNKSNfr.riofMAN. SUU (fa, 6lri,
fill; las liiTaiuabla tinacriptiona. only ll.wl
f mall, dirahla aralm. lMarnptlrs ProapacW
M with nr!oriamanta rnpp a rrun
of tha Pra- a4 yolunlary KK h h I
taatlmonlaia of tha cured I IILUI HUW,
touanlutlnn In tmrioii or by mill. Kirt tmau
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Tha l'aabody Undleal Irwtltnw has many Iral.
tatiirs, but bo aanal. ItrnUt.
'i'ha holanca of l.t'o, nr Hlf PrerTalln, ta a
traaatira nvira yalnalili Ifiao fold. lUad It ttow,
narv WKAK and Nt.KtOt man, and learn lo
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ida'.uro ana aa important gniwaKii-
8ing tboqunMonl now
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain enro for Chronic Soto Eytw,
Tetter, Salt lihoum, Scald Iload, Old
Chrotio Bores, Forsr Bores, Eczema,
Itch, Ptairio Bcratcbes, Son IUpplci
and Piluc. It U cooling ted soothing.
Hundreds of eases have been cured by
it after all other treatment bad f allot!
It Is put up la S3 and CO cent boxes.
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uit'iniu r of tiifi.'-laliil coiuiiitiiuiy. lu-
llHll irt l'll till! jfl till Willi till) I'llcilll!,
coinimiiiily ti tin) long pi;jiod of in'uri)
Early in Jm twi.-ntics (18'.1!.'; the Kn
linh wliultTi Cypi'iis, on hcrwny home
after an ciji'inlfd und sucuesnful cniiho,
and bi-fony ht.ining on tho, thcu lum ly
and iK-rili is jii-isshh urouiVl tho Uoui,
t - a . . .
' U!l!i JUtlCl. K.,l.i 1.
called al Jltciini inland for fresh provi
sions and lo ritmit. Jmt ut that time
the island elders liejjan to feel the wni;t
of a school teiK.her for the yonnif com
intinity faHt growing up, and expressed
their wihhrs to that eficct to the captain
ot the Cyprus, who, without hesitation,
willingly BKieed to help them, if possi
ble. The renult was that HniTett, then a
yonnir man on board, of fair education,
was sounded, and he gladly fell in with
thewiohesof his captain and the com
munity, went itshore with all his belong
ings and thenceforward threw in his lot
with the Wander. Ho was not long,
however, a schoolmaster, as on tho ad
tent of Mr. Nobbs, some few yeais later,
u majority of the parents wished for a
change, and of Course Bnllett had to ac
quiesce. Mi. linffi ti's residence, even on peaco
ful i'itcaini, was not, willioiil Us excil
in.T i pisoiles. In lsj.it oi i urii-d, at. tli
ill -l;n,i;e of tin, Lug!i.,h government. Hid
e-vmliih to 'i'.iloi i, and Die ( oiiiiiiiinil y'
reiuiii h.iiii.- Ijiniillis l.iler tiiil.ulid
Ihfoiigli fii'l.ni -ss of many of iis mi ni
lM'i. Tie n ii.nin, in iMiii, iliiiin;: llm
'M",n" of Mr. J. i-!, n i :M,.t a,,d
his I wo cnmpatMoN, Kolihs and Kvans, I
lo'i'lliel' Willi tin ir fannlies. Wen.- lor It
r.hort lieriod liaiili.hed to (lie ( iamliicr
i.-.i.:iiii uy in:.-. ::;iirary geminii.-ui,
win in tin; i' ili s Wi-re Kllidiy tiral.l, and
r liiaiiird liiilll tin; Mm ni lil. -iv ov.-i.
L'islly, Hie lin-il di'partaio fmin loved
old l'ltcaii ii lo the new lininii t N,,i folk
islaml. :(,(iU mile.i away.
liulli tt was an ingenious wufker in
wood, and Ins handiworks in the hIiii
of ealiineU and such like are widely Uis
li lhuteil, the old laiiiillar legend, "made
from the wood of John Adams' house,"
U ing always kept up anil nodo'iht add
ing altraction to the goisls. Until tliri-o
or lour years ago Mr. liullett had the full
wi,f all Ilis faculties, but for thu hist
eighteen inoliths he h;is been totally
oblivions to pasiing events. Chilian
.i.i i .i
A Hnlilli-r'a Iliiiin.
While Mim Winter, of Kminiltslmrg,
was overlooking her childhood's tr'as
nres, she came cross an old TiMainent
whii.h she Iniiud on the silo of a soldier's
( Miujiiiear tin re during the war, all er
th" -oldieis had left for the fu ld of (iet
tyslmig. (In examining the booii her
eyi s fell on tiie name "Samuel Wolcolt,
(irif.in's Mill-, I j ie couuiy, N. V.," and
Mi-s Winter ilecidi'd to write to the ad-die-,
thinking tho owner would like to
recover the book.
In a few days she reeoivl a reply
from Mrs. Weaden, of Clifton, N. J.,
stating that she was a sister of the sol
dier and the only living member of a
large family. She said her brother bad
returned home from the army in 18H3,
and died in IMfil, and Miss Winter's let
ter bad been forwarded to her as bis
nearest of kin. Mrs. Weaden seemed
much pleased at the idea of recovering
this long lost memento of her dead
brother, and Miss Winter sent the Tes
tament to her. Baltimore Sun.
A fbaptar en OyaUra.
"t)j ulers are fatter this year than I
ever saw them before," said a restaurant
oyster os m r. "I don't know why, but
nsnally the fatter an oyster is tho sorer
the flavor. This is because the fat oy
ster hits generally been out of the water
too long and lias been fed. That is not
wholly the reason this year. They are
"An oyster Is bent on the half shell.
about twenty-four to forty-eight hours
after he is out of salt water. Kitten be
fore that time they are apt to give
rramps. los, the male oyster is the
liest, but we don't come across a male
moro tuan an avenue of once in fifty
times." New York Herald.
Why Ilia ) polling tVaa lii Urr-il.
The opening of the recent church con-
grew at UhyllU, Vu'r, Wt delay ed fur
half an hour by the nonapiearanr.e of
the Archbishopof Canterbury, and every
body wondered what had happened. The
archbishop had lost his crozier. This
emblem was locked np in a leathern case,
and was carried off by a servant, who
thoiiL'ht it was a nun. and locked it tin
in a room full of breechloaders and car
tridges. Whether tlie congress would
lisvo lieen adjourned if it had not been
discovered is a question which does not
call for iinmeiliate reply. Christian
train lloanli'd a Hand Car.
A section man wascoming Into Colum
bus, Ind., on a hand car on the Pennsyl
vania road, when he was attacked by a
large bear. A terrible storm was in
progrt ss at the time. The man and Uar
had a terrilic struggle, but the man
finally slrnck the licar over the head
with an Iron crowbar, and as (he animal
rolled from the car the man got it lu
motion and escnS'd. lie was badly
scratched and bruised, but not seriously
Injured. Cor. Philadelphia Record.
Illaw 0aa an I'nlncliail ftafa.
Cracksmen played a singular Joke on
themselves in blowing crpeii the safe In
L. U. Ulair's store, Rio, Ills. Mr. Blair
has lxren the victim of so many roblsrie
that he has been leaving the safe open
and sending the money to Qalesburg.
The burglars drilled Into and blew open
the empty nults kod safe. Cor. St. Louis
Kalaliif Taa In Norlh Carolina.
The result of the recent attempt to
raiae tea in North Carolina indicates
that the soil and climate are favorable
to audi an industry, but that, owing to
the eis nse of picking and curing, none
but the highest grades could Is- produced
profitably. New Yoik Times.
t)n of -,i
.est and uioi l l'itrUcss
U roniHV intending
..J'u hinirte. unci ei-Tiermllv
t" taaie, uuvTUi!inents in teh'uraiib
. i .- - r - - - i. '
enveii.iii-j,. or in ,.,,vi, .,.- ,i,i..i. i...ii,.t
them so closely tlmt no one supposes t hit
tliey are anything else until they are
opened. Saturday evening it waa in the
evening, let it bo noted, when ordinary
messages are hardly expected a lady it
uie listener g ui'imuiniauce, who haO
been very ill, received one of these min
sives. Khe is weak and broken, an:!
being summoned to receive what nie
sujijiosed to be a telegraphic mebsagp
gave her a severe shock. A worse cast
than this is an actual one of a sea cap
tain's wife who lives in an outlying por
tion of the city. Tho captain's ship has
been long overdue, and all the people ol
the neighborhood sympathized with the
wife in her agonizing suspense. .There
came a call to the door " for a message,"
and the lady answered it with her heart
In her month.
.She tore open the supposed telegraph
envelope, only to read the messuge. "Yon
are wanted immediately at Tremont
street to lest the merits of the new
lewing machine." Naturally everybody
in the ticigliboihood is indignant, and
such an advertisement is certainly bad
policy, for there is not a family there
about who would purchase a sewing ma
chine of the in, ike miveilined if any
other kind was to be had. I'erhans a
feeling of indignation, stirred up in
many ne-gliliorhnotls, will have the effect
put an end to this oifeii-ue and
Ini-i hievoii.- kind of advertising, which
lio repn'ahle linn. it. Would seem, Would
ing-'ii;e lii.--l.ieli.ti I'laiiseniit.
C'jiik ,f Him f.'lilneNM I'rniililff.
'"'ret socieli extend all over the
rii.ne-e einiiire, and I lu-ir name i- Icion
Tin-y are semiri li:;loiis. and have, as a
rule, the Miwer of hf and death over
Iheir members. The Triad society is one
of the strongest. It was the eaii-e of a
gre-tt rebellion iii northwest and middle
China fit the beginning of this century,
ami its object then was to overthrow I u
fovernmeiit. This rebellion lasted eight
years. It caused the devastation of the
pfjv!ii"., in which it went on, and there
was much bloodshed.
The secret societies were mixed up in
the Tat-Ping rebellion, which very nearly
resulted in the overthrow of the Maiichu
emperor. It is said that the present
troubles nre largely due to these secret
societies. Some of thein have their
tiicinbei.1 in every province of the em
pire, and they embrace the Chinamen
living nt Singapore, San Francisco and
all other parts of the world. Kvery one
has heard of the' Highbinders of San
I'r.mcisco, who have their courts ami
punishments, and ate the terror of the
Cclesti.il coluny there. -Frank U. Car
penter in N tlioiial Tribune.
A Heavy lllit.l.
One of tho most terrific and effective
blasts ever made in the extensive store
quarries at Glen Mills, West Chester. Pa.,
was made the other day. In tlm face of
that iMirtion of the quarries which is
otiened about eighty yards in length nine
holes twenty-five feet in depth were
drilled at equal distances apart. In these
WIO pounds of dynamite were placed, and
all responded to the touch of the electric
button at the battery, several bundled
Hundreds of thousands of tons of stone
were raised and broken by the explosion,
many of the piece being as large as a
freight car. The arrangements for the
blast being generally known in that sec
tion bondreiU of people assembled to
see it. The amount of stone loosened by
the explosion will be sufficient to keep
busy the several large crushers for many
weeks. Cor. Philadelphia Ledger.
Rapid Tranalt for tba Farmor.
A practical illustration of the benefit
to the farmer of the proposed system of
freight service will soon be given in
Maryland, where an electric road eight
een miles long is being run through a
first class farming country that the
steam railroads have not touched. This
road will not only lie nsej for passenger
traflic, but will lie equipped with freight
cars that will have a capacity of five tons.
No matter how muddy the highways are
or how stormy tho weather, the motor
trucks upon which the farm wagons are
wheeled will always be ready to carry
their loads to the nearest market, and to
bring back their return load when re
quired. Pitlubnrg )ispatch.
Ilia Trap Carrlnl OIT by a llimurri.
A Iniy living at Iitiwes mi-sed one of
his iniiskrat traps, the chain of which
was brclfcn. i::d:- tir.g th.it the tr.-.p had
lieen carried away by something stronger
than a muskrat. Two weeks afterward
ho found tho trap in Russell's woods,
and caught in it was a largo turkey buz
rard fastened by the leg. The trap was
ois-ned and the vulture flew away.
Alongside of tho bird while it was in the
trap were two eels, which are supposed
to have been brought to the enptivo by
other buzzards. Wilmington News.
A Miinmnantal Yarn.
Of all the Munchniisenlike stories that
are going the rounds, this one Is by no
means the most trifling: "Eight years
ago H. H. Bowles, of Cherryfield, Me.,
planted in his garden a small flowering
shrub. Near the strub grew a green
gage and a cherry tree. Last year the
shrub put forth cherry blossoms, but
bore no frnit This year It produced
luscious fruit of the green gage variety,"
The superintendent of the Pine Ridge
agency in South Dakota was staggered
the other day when a little Indiau boy
very timidly asked him if there was
danger of another uprising of the white
In Camden one Sunday afternoon re
cently a two-year-old child sucked its
father's old clay pipo and died within an
hour in strong convulsions.
Two Englishmen have just returned to
London after walking iiround Enrols, a
Journey which occupied fourteen mouths,
A Husband's ... 1
Iltlslniiula too ollcn j
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