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Plattsmouth Daily Heralds
PLATTSMOUTH, X FliRASKA, MOX DA Y, .JANUARY 1, 181)2.
NUM MVAl i) i
A crejini of t:irt:ir h;iKinr iv(lcr
Ilihet of in leavening strength
-Latest I'. S. ( ovt-nunc tit food re
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney ;tt-l.;iw. Will irivt? romt alfciittr.
to all Mifiiiet-s entrw-tcil t liin. Mice in
Union block, hivt Siile. I'liitt-moiit I:. N-l.
KMCIITS OK PYTHIAS tlaiihtlct l.odne
o. 47 Mt-clf every Wednesday evening
at their li 'II In I'arineie A. Craitf l.loek. All vi
illim knights are eottlhiily mv teil to attend
C. C. Mai.shall. C. C. ; ti Uovey. K. It. S.
AO, 17. V. So. M Meets recotid amllourlh
Fridav veniiius in the month a 1. A. It.
hall in liot'kwoo.l biock. K. J. Morgan. M W,
K. 1, brown. Uecorder.
YAI. AUOANAM-Ct-w t'oinicil No Hl,
Meet at the K. of I. hall in the I'arinele &
Crain block over lier.nelt & Tutte, visiriiiK
nrethreii invited Henry llerold, liegent ;
Thos Wailing, Secretory.
CASS LOPGK, No. l4fi.I.O. O. K. meets ev
ery Tuesday niiiht at their hall In Fitzgerald
block. All Odd Fellows are cordially invited
to attend when vi.sitinn in the city. J Cory
N. !.S. W. Undue. Secretary.
AO. U. VV R. Meels first and third Kriday
evejlntrf of each month ati. A. K. Hall
In Kockwook block. Frank Veiiuilyea, M, W.
1, B. Kuernole, Kecorder.
PLACES OF WOKSIIIP.
Catholic St. Paul's Church, ak. between
Fifth and Sixth. Father Ca'ney, Pastor
Services : M-iss at S and 10 :3n a. m. Sunday
School at 2 :.", with benediction.
Christian. Corner Locust and Eiirlith Sts.
Services morning and evening. Kldt-r A.
Galloway pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Episcopai,. St. Luke's Cluirch. corner Third
and Vine. Kev II li. Burner, par-tor. Ser
vices : 11 A. m. and 7 :30P. m. Sunday School
at 2 :30 p. m.
Ceiiman Mktiiopist. corner Sixth St. and
Granite. Kev. Hilt, Pantor. Services : 11 A. M.
and T :30 I". 31. Suuuay School 10 :30 A. M.
IRF.siYTK.iti an. Services in new church, cor
ner Sixth and Granite st. Kev. J. T. liaird.
pastor. Suuday-sc! ool at 9 ;30 ; Preaching
at 11 a. m.yjd 8 p. in,
TTte . K. S. C E of thic church meets every
' Sabbath evening at 7 :1" in the basement tf
thechucih. All are invited to attend these
First Mfthopist. Sixth St.. bet wen Main
and Tearl. Kev. K. F. liritt. 1). 1). pastor.
Services : 11 A . !.. R :o P. l . Sundav School
9 :) A M. Prayer mcetii g ednesday even
ing Gkhman Pkksiiyth.kian. Cirner Main and
N;nth. l;ev- Witte, pastor. Services usual
lumrs. Sunday i-chool y :30 a. m.
Swkkdish "on;kp:ationau Granite, be
tween Fifth and sixth.
Coi.oi:ki Uai-tist. Mt. Olive. Oak. between
Tenth and Eleventh. Kev. A. lloswell, pas
tor. Services 11 a. in. and 7 :'M p. m. Prayer
ineetinu Wednesday eveliii )i.
Yorx; Mix's Ciiki-tiav Assoiiatiox
K'ooms in V. aiermaii Mock, Main street. Gos
pel meet ill!!, for nieu only, everv Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Ifooiin oien week days
from s:3o a. m., to ! : 3o p.m.
Soitii 1'ai:k T.r.Ki:x alk. IJev. .1. M.
V-jod, 1'astor. Services: Sunday School,
Gn.ii.: I reach in!!. 11a. m. iiml K p. m. ;
prayer meet;i'!i Tucsii.-.y niirlit : choir prac
licyFnd..y i.ijiht. All are welcome.
T" " " :
" The Burglar.
The central cliaracter presented
in "The Hur'ar" is such a novel
one and is possessed of so much
two-sidedness, at the same time eo
seemingly natural, that the audi
ence marvel at the author's concep
tion. A burglar on a midnight ex
ploit is rather pleasant- surprised
at the appearance of a little tot,
who amuses him in a very astonish
ing way all the while he is prepar
ing his plunder. Hefore his depart
ure from the house he discovers in
- Ivdith his own child, whose mother
.1'; had cruelly wronged and de
serted. The scene of recognition is
one calculated to evoke no end of
interest and to keep the audience
absorbed until the climax of the
play. During the unsold of the plot
a comedy vein of jjenteel quality
prevails. It may thus be said with
impunity that "The Hurijlar" lacks
no elements necessary to accept
ance by all classes of theatre-oers.
At the Waterman next Saturday
ni;ht. Tickets on sab at J. P.
Youncf. Price. 7."S cents.
Dr. K. L. Sitjsfiiis has concluded
to remove with his family from
this city to South Omaha. The
Herald commends him to the
people of South Omaha and
wishes the doctor abundant sue
For nnj'thin"; in the Millinery or
dress making line call on .Miss
Klsie Moore, east room of the
Parmele block. tf
For the month of December, lK'tp
First HO 5,2p. in.
Second -fSS , 11 p. in. ; daily mean
Third - I.iht thunder Morm,
changed to snow; U in.
Twenty first all , 7 a. m.; .r." , '-'
p. in.; 4'JC. 0 p.m.; daily mean
temperature, 4'.'J-; two thunder
storms, with some hail; close with
a beautiful rainbow in the after
noon. I wetity-liftli 11 , 1 a.m.; 11. '2
p. in. ;.'!-, p. ni.; daily itiaii tem
perature, 1M ; three inches of snow
Twenty sixth 1 , 7 a. m. ; 27 ' . '2
Twenty-eighth I. ijjht snow storm
Thirty-first -D 0 . 7 a. m. ; - , p.
in.; , 1 p. in.; daily mean tem
perature, i:.V. ; two showers of
rain, ;;H in.
Monthly mean temperat lire, 'Si.'.', ' .
I I itihest temperature, (I'i 5 . :Usl.
Lowest temperature, 1 c , lifltli.
Fair days, 11.
Cloudy days, .".
Monthly rainfall, l".s in.
Monthly snowfall, in.
Two thunderstorms, 3rd and 'Jlst.
Deaiitiful rainbow on '21st.
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1S91.
Annual mean temperature, 41.1.
Annual rainfall, 38.(31) in.
Annual snowfall, 44.25 in.
Number of days on which rain or
enow fell, 131.
Clear days, without clouds, 47.
Fair days, OS.
Cloudy days. 04.
Days of thunderstorms, 41.
Hottest day, June 6th, 07 c.
Coldest day, Feb. 28. 12 0 below.
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1890.
Annual mean temperature, 43 3 .
Annual rainfall, 20.9a in.
Annual snowfall, 24 in.
The annual mean temperature of
1891 is the lowest on record. The
next lowest is of 1884, 43.8 3
The highest mean temperature,
G. A. R. Installation.
Saturday evening- McConhie Post
No. 45, G. A. K. installed their new
ly elected officers for the ensuing
year. Judge Samuel Chapman was
installing officer. Following are
Post Commander George F.
Senior Vice Commander L. C.
Junior Vice Commander Adam
Quartermaster A. C. Fry.
Officer of the Day Jim Dixou.
Adjutant Fred Bates.
Chaplain A. Jaquette.
The Lincoln Daily Call's annual
review which was published Janu
ary 1st is an excellent showing of
the developments of the capital city.
The Lincoln citizens should see
that the Call's annual review is
scattered broadcast over the differ
ent state of the Union.
J. P. Pecker, of Union, was a
pleasant caller at THE HERALD
sanctum to-day. Mr. Pecker leaves
to-da3" for Omaha to continue his
studies in a business college at
that place. Desiring to keep in
formed regarding Cass county
matters, he subscribed for TllE
For the Nebraska Soldiers Ke-un-ion
at Nebraska City Jan. 12 to 14
theM. P. Ky.. will sell round trip
tickets Jan 11-12 and 13 good re
turning Jan'y 15 at $1.10. tf
NO COAL AT GLEN WOOD.
Unfortunate Iovvn Children Exposed
to tlm Dununrof Cold Weather.
The Institution for Feeble Minded
Children located at Glenwood, la.,
shelters within its benevolent walls
a community of over 50O souls. A
few of these are officers and em
ployes, adults in the full possession
of their mental and physical
powers, but the great majority are
children in the various stages of
helplessness bordering on imbecil
ity. For neaaly a month past this piti
able mass of dependent humanity
lias been on tin verge of a famine.
There has been no lack of foocl,
but jlhe supply of coal was cut olf
four weeks ago, and the institution
has been threatened with distress
of a most serious kind.
Duri ng t lie g reat er pa rt of I ecein
ber the lires were fed with wood
supplied by the farmers living
near (llenwood. Mad the weather
been severe and the roads impass
able t he conseqcnccs to liiis depen
dent community might have been
disastrous. The officers of the in
stitution admit that it has been
threatened with serious danger dur
ing this peculiar state of affairs,
and that danger has only been
averted by mild weather and good
It is not possible with the infor
mation at hand to fix the respotisi
bilit' fortius remarkable condition
of atfairs, but it seems to lie be
tween rival coal companies and
For several years the While Breast
Coal Company, of Ottumwa, has
had the contract, but last fall bids
were called for and the contract was
awarded to the Carbon Coal Com
pany, of Council Bluffs.
It also seems that a number of
men prominently connected witli
C. B. & Q. are also largely interested
in the White Breast Coal mines and
it is insinuated that they rre using
their pow-er and influence with the
railroad to pla- into the hands of the
coal company. When the coal came
from the White Breast mines it was
hauled by the C. li. & Q. The Car
bon Coal Company have been get
ting their coal from the Kansas and
Texas Coal Company, who have
mines in northern Missouri and
shipping it over the Wabash to
Malvern, Iowa where it was turned
over to the (J., but they refused to
haul it to Glenwood without it was
transferred from a Wabash car to a
C. B. Ac (J. as they claim the Wa
bash cars could not stand the trip
from Malvern, to Glenwood as there
is a heavy grade between the two
towns and an imperfect car might
can s : great danger.
Iii the matter of the estate of
Anson L. Root, deceased. Notice
to creditors to file claims on or
before July 1. 1S92, 10 a. m.
In the matter of the estate of
Chas. D. Hasemeier, deceased.
Notice to creditors to file claims on
or before Jul' 8, 1S92. 10 a. m.
Clark Wilcox vs. Wm. Gilmour.
Suit for damages for neglectidg to
cancel mortgage in the sum of $50.
Settled as per stipulation on file.
Kpkie Hardware Co. vs. K. D. Mc
Nurlin, constable. Demurrer to
petition argued, submitted and
overruled. Leave to file amended
petition hy December 31 and
defendant to plead thereto by
January 4, 1S92.
Peter K. Kuffner vs. Geo. K.
Dovey. Suit on supersedeas bond.
Judgment for plaintiff for $132.
Calvin II. Parmele vs Thomas
Crabtree; suit on note for $300, De
murer to petition overwhelmed de
fendant. Nebraska and Iowa Insurance
Company vs. W. F. Jones; suit on
note fof $50. Answer January 7.
James Fitzgerald vs. T. I,. Mur
phy . Continued on application of
defendant until January ?,'). at h a.
In the matter of the estate of!
John Fidenmiller deceased Hear- '
ingon application for final settle
ment January 25 at 10 a. m.
In the matter of the estate of Geo.
Walradt. Hearing on contested
J. W. Hendee vs. Earath fc Thym
et al. Damages. Continued until
January 23, 10 a. m., ly consent of
C. II. Parmele vs. Thomas Crab
tree. Suit on note. Trial, January
12, 1S92, 10 a. m.
License to wed issued to Mr.
Chas. Kratochvil and Miss Katie
Bejeck, of Plattsmouth; also to Mr.
Samuel J. Williams and Miss Iva
M. Hoffmann, both of Union.
Fred Murphy of Ce Jar Creek is in
the city to day.
Chas. Harris was in Omaha to
r.ay on business.
N. K. Grimes left for the west this
morning on No. 5.
Hon. Frank White was an Omaha
passenger this morning.
W. II. Pickens left on No. 5 this
morning for South Omaha.
Millinery and dressm-.ikiiig at
Tucker Sisters', in Sherwood block.
for abstracts of title at reason
able rates, go to J. M. Leda, I'mon
block. " tf
Dick Wang! i left this morn i tig It r
Tabor. Iowa, to resume his school
Miss Klsie Moore has moved her
stock into the east room of tl.e
Mrs. Clara Andrews, of Cam
bridge, Neb., is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Schh -gel.
L. K'. Sharp who h.i : been isil-
i.ig friends in this eiiy departed
last evening for m,iba.
Miss Klsie Moore has largest
stock o I M i 1 i i ucr y go; d s in Hie eity.
at her store in the i'aiiueh block, tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Penney, of
Sidney, Iowa, uncle and aunt of
C. A. Marshall, the dentist, came in
this morning and will visit lor a
A very pleasant party was given
by the Misses Goring in honor f
Mrs. Carrigan and her two tla ligh
ters, of South Dakota, Saturday
The county clerk's office has been
supplied with a new record book
for the filing of chattb mortg iges
The new book is a big improvment
overthe old one.
Kd. Johnson) left this morning for
Omaha wherefhe will take charge
of a switch engine. The promotion
is a good one ami The Herald
is glad to see the advancement of
The members of the O. D. C. are
requested to meet at Mayer & Mor
gan's store tomorrow evening at
7:30 to transact important business.
Chas. Murphy, Sec,
A Sad Misfortune.
Little Kobert Bell met with a very
painful and probably serious acci
dent at the high school this morn
ing. He was in the act of
playfully sliding down the stair
railing, and, losing his balance, he
fell violently to the floor, a distance
of thirty-four feet. He was imme
diately picked up by Professor
McClelland and found to be un
conscious. He was at once con
veyed to the office of Dr. Cook, and
upon examination it was discov
ered that his left arm was fractured
immediately above the wrist and
his left ankle fractured. He also
suffers from an abrasion on the
forehead and a bruised back. It is
also probable that he sustained in
ternal injuries, though Dr. Cook ex
presses an opinion to the contrary.
It indeed appears miraculous
that he should escape from such a
fall without sustaining greater in
juries. It was evident, however,
from the boot marks upon the lloor
that he lit mainly upon his feet,
which serveretl to ward off the
force of the fall. The accident is
to be deeply regretted and all will
cherish the hope that the little
fellow will ultimately regain his
Notice to Water Consumers.
All rents will be due January 1.
Water consumers not wishing con
tinuance must give proper notice.
9t Plattsmouth Water Co.
Judge Archer's Court.
In the case of Continental Insur
ance Co. vs. Deard Hoenshel. Con
tinued by consent.
Continued for service: Conti
nental Insurance Co. vs. Carl Stra
bel. Continental Insurance Co. vs.
Hans Henrickson et al. Conti
nental Insurance Co. vs. Benj.
Continental Insurance Co. vs. K.
II. Carnes. Continued by consent
of the parties to the 23rd day of
In the case of Crisman vs. Kllen
baum. Trial and case taken under
advisement till January 5. at 10 a.m.
Woolen Spice Co. vs. Aug. Bach.
Continued to February 3.
Peter Merges vs. Schild
knecht & Davis. Continued to Jan
Judge Archer rendered his
decision in the case of Timothy
Reagan vs. John Holmes in favor
Shiloh's catarrh remedj- a posi
tive cure Catarrh. Diphtheria and
Canker mouth. For sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
SILVERWARE GIVEN AWAY
Wiel o- - v'q ' c Pc ls o i s.
While we appreciate the large amount of trade we are favored with, we
still desire to increase our
O-A-SDEa: TRADE -
and have ecu u plt-t ei I arrangement in which we have secured large ipiMil
lilies, al first hands, of ihe celebrated
at such prices that we propose to give them to our many customers be
lieving that we shall increase our Hade, as our customers appreciate the
iact that we are spending the money ve set aside lor advertising purpoH
es by returning it to them, believing they wi 1 1 a ppi t-cia le the gifts and
tell llleir friends, and thereby increase our tr nle.
KVKh'Y Cash purchase to the amount of $5 entitles Ihe purchaser
either a h' ger's Sol i I Silver Metal Butter K n i fe or Sugar Shell sold
by Jewelery at 1 .
K V K ! Y Cash pu rchase t o 1 he anion u t t if $ I 5 en t i I les t he purchaser to
.-et K.) o( koger's Solid Nickel Tea Spoons, sold by Jewelers at $2.0
KVKk Y (ash pint base to Ihe amount of $25 entitles the purchaser to a
s I ()! h'oger's sol id .Nickel Dessert Spoons, sold b Jewelers at
KVKh'Y Cash purchaser to the amount of $30 entitles the purchaser to a
set (fi)ol Rogers' Sol id Nickel fable spoons or a set of Solid Nickel
Forks, or a set ol Tripple plated Knives, sold by Jewelers at $1.)0.
FKMO is what the manufacturer says in regard to Solid Silver Mfl
ri t' ;d goods and Solid Nickel Silverware: "There has been a irrow
ffi! ing demand for years for a grade of Spoons and Forks to take
c vi..H, the place of Solid silver and plate ware. We have experimented
for some time to attain this end, and are now able to oiler the public, our
Rogers' Metal and Rogers' Solid Nickel Silver. We guarantee this metal
superior to any Nickel Silver manufactured and have the greatest confi
dence in assuring our customers that this ware is inferior to service on
ly to solid silver. It is a beautiful white color, is highly polished and
can hardly be distinguished from pure silver. We recommend this ware,
especially lor hotels, restaurants and hoarding houses, as it will stand
more hard usage than any other metal; is very tough and hard; will hold
its color and will out wear any platewarc ever manufactured." All our
customers know Rogers' ware by reputation. This firm have manufac
tured plated ware since 1N5, ami their name is never put on goods that
are not of a high grade, so our customer can rest assured that they arr
getting some very desirable goods when they fret goods under theii
brand. Come in early and secure a share of these goods before it is tow
Vo Ctjqiiieo oiii I'vicos o bo lo Iio'cs 'tM(1
Ii itc Goiipcj i (ioij.
CALL AND BK CONVINCED UK -FORK
PlTRC II A S I N G. W I L L B K
PLKASED TO SHOW YOU THROUGH
MY STOCK, WHKTHKR VOL' WISH
TO BUY' OR NOT.
oB. A M'ELWAIN
41 5 Main Street,
WI13' will you cough when Shi
loh's cure will give immediate re- I
lief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and $1.
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Cc
Gentlemen would not use "Blush
of Roses" if it was a paint or pow
der, of course not. It is clear as
water, no sediment to fill the pores
f the skin. Its mission is to heal,
cleanse and purify the complexion
of every imperfection, ami insures
every lady and gentleman a clean,
smooth complexion. Sold by O. II.
Snyder. I 'rice 75 cents.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, Hnd all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is gunranteed to give sutislaction, or
money refunded. Price 2-j cerits per box.
For sale hy F. G. Kricke
JS IHSTKICr COl'KT CASS COL' NT Y,
Katie Kmlabeck. 1
ve. 'r Publication.
Adolph Ruciaberk. j
To Adolph Itudabeck. deliidant in the
above entitled r;iu?i' : Von will take notice
that on Iiecpinber 13. lul, there wax filfd by
p'aintiff 111 t tie district court of as county,
Nebraska, a r,f"ti'in beginning an action
acaint the defendant, the object and prayer
of which was to obtain divorce from defend
ant, to obtain custody of the issue of marriage
of plaintiff and defendant, .Arthur Kudabeck,
and to be restored to plaint fl her former
name, that of Katie Holuiberg, and otliei
You are required to answer caid petition on
or before January 25. 1.-H2. or default will be
entered against you and decree obtained an
prayed for! Katik Kudabeck,
4t By W. L. Browne, Mty.
- 'or; I
THAT I AM GIVING
In the best grades of
WATCHES - CLOCKS - JEWELRY
Jirf 4l 7''r-Jrz2i2
Constantly keeps on hand cverythin
yon nc-fd to furnish your house.
COK.VEK SIXTH AND MAIN STKEET
Piattsmo'jt - Neb
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain cure for Chronic Soro Eye?
Tetter, Salt Eheum, Scald Head, 01
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Soro Nipple3
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
It after all other treatment had failed.
It Is put cp in 25 and CO cent boxes.
We will sell lamps for net cost ft
the next thirt- day. M. li. Murp'
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