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The Plattsmouth Herald.
AGREED TO DISAGREE.
THURSDAY, IANUAKY 'Jf ), 1 Wtt.
Skates away down at I Icndees. 3
John Munn was in Omaha to-d?y.
Frank Morgan was in Omaha to
day on business.
Dr. J. II. Hall was in the metrop
olis to-day on business.
Heating stoves at your own price
at I lender's. 3t
Frank Carruth was a passenger
on No. 5 this morning for Omaha.
Ethel Dovey 'daughter of Nr. and
Mrs. Geo. E. Dovey, is very low
Frank Gayle, of Omah;, was in
the city last niht, returning1 home
TlIB Hkk.I.I calls tlie attention
of its readers to the new advertise
ment of Fred Herrmann.
Miss Elma Schmidtman leparted
last evening for Louisville where
she will visit relatives for a few
A large crowd of coasters held
a carnival on High School hill last
evening. The old and young1 in
dulged in the spori.
The P. E. O. society wM have a
special meeiing at their rooms
Friday Jan. to be a postponed
meeting of January 15.
No. 5 was on time this morning,
and as a consequence there were
several who intended to go to
Omaha that were obliged to sta' at
home or iro on the 2 o'clock
I nacre Kamsev to-day issued a
license to wed to Bernard C
Schleicher and Miss Dora Miller,
both of this city. They were
married this afternoon at three
Lester Stone, son of J. M. Stone of
Union, has taken Chas Grimes
place in Judge Ramsey's office.
Charley has formed a partnership
with IJyron Chirk and will he;e:f'
ter be found in Clark & Grimes' of
fice over Dovey 's store,
The following is taken from Tues
day's Lincoln News: "Owing to the
intensely cold weather las evening
the attendance at the A. O. U. V.
memorial meeting at the Baptist
church was not large and the exer
cises were somewhat curtailed
Walter Houseworth, of No. SO, pre
sided, and the Easterday Bros, ren
dered some excellent mus-c
Walter Hoge read a paper prepared
l3' II. C. McArthur, on the dead of
No. ami G. D. Chapman spoke of
the dead of No. l.". Grand Master
Tate made the principal address,
speaking especially of John J
Upchurch, founder of the order,
who died live years previous to that
TheVoIunleer Firemen of the
state of Nebraska held two business
meetings yesterday ot Fremont
At the forenoon meei Ing little was
done except to hear the report of
the committee on credentials and
effect an organization for business.
A resolution was introduced en
dorsing the appointment of Geo. F
Corcoran, as a proper and com
petent person, by the director
general of the world's fair, to ar
range for a complete exhibit of fire
fighting appliances and their work
ings at the world's fair to beheld in
Chicago in 1S93. The following of
ficers were elected for Jt!ie ensuing
year. W. II. Havens, Fremont,
president; II. L. Spaulding, Norfolk,
first vice president; S. II. Sornbeger,
Wahoo, second vice president; Geo.
F. Corcoran, York, secretary; A. J,
Tom'iuson, Red Cloud, treasurer.
A Large lee Crop. '
This morning a Herald reporter
took a ride out on the river where
they are cutting ice for next sum
mer. He first visited the place
where II. C. McMaken & Son are
cutting ice, at the mouth of the
Platte river, and watched them load
the ice. They loaded about five
wagons every ten minutes. It is
done by hitching a horse to a long
string of cakes of ice in what they
call a chute and pulling them up
onto a long platform, from where
they are loaded into the wagons,
loading from five to eight wagons
..at a time. Mr. McMaken said they
would put up about 8,C tons of ice,
and that it was the best ice that
had been put tip in th"i9 city for
We next visited the place where
F. S. White is cutiing ice, about
opposite the B. & M. depot. Here
they were also getting excellent ice
but they had from t?n to fifteen
wagons waiting to be loaded, as
they load by bend, two men lifting
a cake out of the water and putting
it into the wagon, making very
slow work of it.
We then drove further down to
where Wm. Weber's men were
cutting ice. They also had a slow
way of loading but did it faster
lhan Mr. White's men.
Tha: Wan the Verdict of theju-y In
the El I e rib j um-Ci 1' e i n Caw.
All day yesleday Judge Ramsey
was occupied in hearing the re
plevin case of ElJenbauui vs. B:l
Hleia. Numerous witnesses were
examined and a good deal of con
flicting testimony was given. A
number of butchers were put on the
stand to testify as to whether a man
could go into another meat shop
and tell whether a certain hide be
longed to beef hanging in the shop.
They all testified that it could not
be done. Kllenbaum introduced as
evidence the head and hide of the
cow in controversy. S. L. Thomas
and his son both testified that they
thought the hide belonged to the
animal they sold Elleubaum, as
they remembered the cow in
question had a white spot on the
flk and also whie spots on the
right front leg, near the hoof. Bil
stelu swore, as did also Kiukead,
that he purchased the cow of a
couile of men, but did not know
their names, but said they lived
nine miles southwest of Plaiis-
motith. Bilstciu also fec. ilfied that
he had made no special effort to
find the r.en whom he bought the
calt'e of, to prove where he got
them. Ellenbaum testified that he
had lost two head of cattle, and
Kiklow, IJi'siein's hired man, testi
fied that he had always helped
Bilstein butcher, but there were
two cattle killed that he did not
hell). According to Kildow's tcs.':
tnouy, these two were killed about
the time Ellenbaum says he lost
his two. The plaintiff was repre
sented by A. N. Sullivan and the
defendant by S. P. Vanal'a and
Mathew Gering. The case was
given to the jury, which was com
posed of June IJ'ack, E. R. Todd.
L. D. Dennett, II. M. Gault and Ed
Oliver, last n:ght at 8 o'clock. The
jury was out all nigh t and at 9:30
o'clock this morning they an
nounced to Judge Kamsey that they
had failed to agree on a verd'cl,
ami we e d"schcrgcd.
The jtfy siood thre for deTetd
iMi'and two for plai'v'iT. The jury
was discharged rnd the case w'.M
have to be tried again.
Ai:ior in'rl has been ciHed
ior Mo jd;y a 10 a, m.
Hang up good base burners lor
$20 ai llciidee's. Go see them. 3t
Supreme Cou.m Decisions.
Alexander vs. Meyer, appeal from
Cass county-, affirmed. Opinion by
Chief Justice Maxwell.
In an action to loreelose a tax lien
for taxes paid i l S73nud 1N74,
the court below found the tax
deeds void and rendered a decree
for the taxes and interest. O.ie of
the defendants filed no answer and
the other attempted to plead ad
verse possession, but tailed fo al
lege that he had been !i the exe'u-
sive possession of the property.
Held, that the statute of limitations
must be pleaded either by demurrer
or answer or its protectlo n will be
2. No error appearing ir the
record the judgement is affirmed.
List of Letters
Remaining unclaimed in the post-
office at Plattsmouth January 20,
tor the week ending January 13:
Anderson, Aiua 2 Arnold C M
1)3 1 son, M A
Hudson, 11 B
Persons calling ior any of the
above will please ask for "adver
II. J. Streight, P. M.
An 1 1 1 no Man Locates H . Wife
Heie, Ltvinjj Win Another
About five years ago there lived
in Niota, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Schneider, and about that time it is
reported that Schneider got into
trouble and was sentenced to
one year in the penitentiary.
While he was serving his time his
wife left and he was unable to
About two weeks ago Chief of
Police Fry received the following
letter from him, dated at Niota,
To City Marshal:
Dear Sir: I would like tojufomi
you that I am looking for a man
and woman named Ed Wedmore,
and the woman is my wife; she went
away with him nearly four years
ago. I had lost all track of them.
Hut it is hinted to me that tney
resided in your to.n; I want them
arrested for adultery if they can be
found. Now if you know of them,
arrest them and "otify me and I
will come out there ami identify
them. Gi:o. J. Schneider.
The chief of police after receiv
ing the letter woie him tor the de
cripiion of the parties, which he
furnished. After a short search he
located her at Hethlehem, living
with a man named Ed Wedmore.
Word was telegraphed to Schnei
der and he came in this morning on
Mrs. Schneider never secured a
divorce from her husband and has
has never been married to Wed
more. Schneider says he had no
children when he was living with
his wife but now his wife has two,
aged respectively two and one year.
Wedmore is working for F. S.
White, cutiing ice. The woman is
attractive and good looking.
Schneider went over this morning
to see his wife and see if he could
not effect a reconciliation. He in
formed the cnief of police that tie j
:MflMM0TH - WAX - CANDLE:
XJ THE COBEIER WIKTlUOfJir.
WANTS YOU TO GUISSS HOW
IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING
THE FOLLOWING PRIZES
To the first nearest guess,
A NICK OVEKCOAT
To the second,
lo the Tnird,
A PLUSH CAP,
NO MORE GUE38E3 ACCEPTED AFTER FEBRUARV 14.
rinr'08"! Tle Cqqdle "Will be Lighted Febiaify 1 5. ,v
;ncios: your Guess Togstlisr with
A Fa;al Arcident Ocru:d on the M P.
All accident resulting in the
death tf Frank Snell occurred yes
terday morning. The victim, with
his brother, Wm. Snell, and C. E.
Huston, were passengers on a
Missouri Pacific train. They went
out on the platform to take a drink
and passed the bottle around.
Frank leaned out from the plat form
tolook ahead as the i;a' t was
crossing the Weeping Water r:rer
between Wyoming and Union,
when his head struck the bridge
limbers and he fell, striking iu- ice
below the bridge. Jlis dealli was
instantaneous, Snell was ;lout
thirty years of age, was a single man
and worked on a farm uearTalmage. j jal Estate, Lcau ai.d Insuiance Agents
Mr. Sherman Knee, formerly of
this city, now manager of the tele
phone exchange at Hastings, Neb.
was married this morning at Col
umbus to Miss Eva Amberger.
ameand it Will toe Putolished Fetoruary 15.
om( Clotliiei qqd Fqiqislei.
THOS POLLOCK R V HYERS
etar J lit !: & Alstr clt r bolicitor
Amick. D L
Bell, Miss Lottie
Browne. W H
u cKera-B. lleDrv
A Sensible Man.
Would use Kemps Ualsam for the
throat and lungs. It is curing more
cases of coughs, coles, Asthma,
Bronchitis, croup and all throat
and lung trouble than any oiher
medicine, The proprieior has au
thorized any druggist to give you a
sample bottle free to convince you
of the merit of this remedy. Large
bottles 50c and $1.
A Dancing Party.
Yesterday arrangements were
made with Landlord Hackney for a
banquet at the Riley. A number of
Glenwood young people were
coining over, and after Hie banquet
the Plattsmouth young folks were
to come in and indulge in a dance
The Glenwood peooie failed to
materialize, and so did the banquet,
but Landlord Hackney had the
dining room cleared and the Platts
mouth young folks indulged
in the dance. A very pleasant eve
ning was spent. Following are j
uiuoc pai uijjaicu in ine
amusements: Will Stadelmann
Maggie Oliver, Will Clements, Janet
Livingston, Chas. Sherman, Nannie
Moore, Chas. Murphy, Dora Fricke
A. V. Burke, Fraukie Stiles, Henry
Tartsch, Bertha Wise, Logan Br6wn,
Maud Vivian, John Schulhoff, Delia
Tartsch, Cliff Shepherd, Georgia
Oliver, Robert Crozier, Tres
sa Hempel, Ed Schulhoff,
Bertha Nitka, Arch Coleman, Edith
While, and Lillian Hanna, Chas.
Spencer, Mary Skiles, Paul Wurl,
Maud Moore, Emil Wurl, Julia
Herrmann, Harry Green, Nettie
Ballance, Will Anderson, of Glen
wood, Iowa; Mamie Stiles,
Swouth, Miss Jameson, both of
Glenwood, Iowa; Will Streight, Miss
Matson, Dave McEnlee, J. F. Wel-
ington, Hattie Latham. The
Bohemian Orchestra furnished the
Isn'l she Beai't'ful!'' Occasionally
one Iiea-s tin's expression, as a lady
w'ih a sAv.'Lialy lovely complexion
passes along the street. Certainly!
she uses the famous blush of ;oses
manufactured hy Miss Flora A.
Jones, South Beud, Ind. Supplied
O. II. Snyder, price 75c per bottle.
A 'ex Schlegel, of the laud com
missioner's office at Lincoln, is iu
the city to-day.
If you have real estate to sell or
exchange send us description, price
Abstracts of title furnished atreas
$100,000 to loan at 7 per cent and
ho commissions, on good
POLLOCK & HYERS
Plattsmouth - Neb.
fl':cp under fans County Bank,
For abstracts of title at Ta ant -
Cold weather stoves at hot j able rates, go to J. M. Leyda, Union
weather prices at Hendee's. 3t block. tf
Butler, Eggs, Cheese, ild Game,
Poultry, Meat, Apples, Potatoes
Green and Dried Fruite, Vegetables
t ,(c lUii'f .. I (it, Tallow
Sheep Pelts, Furs, Skins, Tobacco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, Beeswax, Feath
ers, Ginsing, Broomcorn, and Hops.
M. E. BALLARD
Gen. Oni, Merchant a .d Shipper,
St. Louis, M.
217 Market Street
WANTED Agent, yne aexwainted with Fara.
era and Shippers.
Office in the Bass Noel building
Residence, the FMRich Property.
J E. REYNOLDS,
Registered Phyairian and Pharmacist
Special attention given to Office
Rock Bluffs - Neb.
Height of Cruelty
Nervous women seldom recive
the sympathy they deserve.
While oiten the pictures ot health,
they are constantly ailing. To
with hold sympathy from these un
fortuntea is the height of cruelly.
They have a week hearth, causing
ehortneess o breath, fluttering,
pain in side, week and hungry
swells, and finally swelling of
ankles, sppression, choking, smoth
ering and dropsy. Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure is just the thing for
them. For their nervousness, head
ache, weekness, etc., his Restorative
Nervine is unequaled. Fine treatise
on' Heart and Nervous Diseases"
and marvelous testimonials free.
Sold and f uaranteed by. F. G. Fricke
FOR SALE OR EXGHANGA.
qpC)r- ACRFvS of Colorado land for sale or trade for Plattsmouth real-)i-J
estate or for merchandise of any kind. This is a bargain for
some one; tiie land is Al. For further particulars call on or address
THE HERALD, Plattsmouth, Neb.
o TERMS CASHo
Trdi and Office 404 South Third Street.
R. A. SALISBURY
: D-E-N-T-I-S-T :-
GOLD AND PORCELAIX CROWNS.
Dr. Steinways anaesthetic for the painless ex
traction ot teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Eockwood Block Plattsmouth, Neb.
jCjAWSON & PEARCE
Their Fall straws, fancy ribbons, tips and quills
aiso a lot of new fashion cone shape hats
in straw and fe t. They have a full
line of baby hood and in or
der to close ofd stock out have re
duced their straw sailor hats to 40 and to
75 ceuts trimmed,
MISS SKYLES, TRIMMER.
GOLD AND PORCELAIN CROWNS
Bridge work and fine gold work a
OB. STEINADS LOCAL as well as other u
estheticsgiven for the painless extraction ot
C. A MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald Bloc
F. II. ELLENBAUM, Prop.
The best of fresh meat always found
in this market. Also fresh
Eggs and Butter.
MANUFACTURE OK AND
WHOLESALE J1ND RETAIL
SEALER IN THE
CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
FULL LINE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKER S ARTICLES
always in stock
Plattsmouth, - - Nebrassa
I if. Dtrjsrjsr
Always has on hand a full stock of
FLOUR AND FEED,
Corn, Bran, Shorts Oats and Baled
Hay for sale as low as the lowest
and delivered to any part of the
CORNER SIXTH AND VINE
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
Wild game of all kinds kept in their
AND TYPEWRITING COLLEGI
There axe thousands of youDR ladies, sewing
girls, school teachers, clei ks, etc who are ekinr
put n existence on a salary barely suUcieat
to supply their every day wants.
By completing a course in short hand as
by finishing thty can earn from f 40 to $150 per
Situations guaranteed to competent students
Indidivual instruction, new typewriter.
DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS
Kooms over Mayers Store.
Gentlemen would not use "Blusk
of Roses" if it was a paint or pow
der, of course not. It is clear as
wAt5r n,- sediment lo fill the pores
ftheekin. Its mission is to heal
cleanse and purify the complexion
of every imperfection, and insure
every lady and gentleman a clean,
smooth comnlex ion. sih k-
Snyder. Price 75 cent: 7 " "
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