The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, January 25, 1892, Image 4
r Tbe Plattsmouth Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1892. Pat McCallen was in Omalia to day. Rev. J F. Britt is reported better to-day. T. II. Pollock in in Murray to-day on business. II. X. Dovey is able to be on the streets to-day. Mrs. Frank Con racy spent Sunday In Omaha visiting relatives. Jephthah and Hit Daughter at the opera house tomorrow night. Chas. L. Coleman, of Omaha, waa vistiug with his parents yesterday. Mr. Alex Schlegel. ol South Oma ha, spent Sunday with his parents. County Attorney Travis came in from Weeping Water this morning. Peter Ellingston, the painter, was an Omaha passenger this morning. John Schippagasse. and wife journeyed to Omaha this morning. For abstracts of title at reason able rates, go to J. M. Leyda, Union block. tf Regular meeting of the city coun cil this evening at the council chamber. Dave McKntee, of the First Na tional Bank, spent Sunday in Hastings. Mrs. R. R. Livingston left this morning for Hemingford, Neb., for a short visit. Postmaster II. J. Streight is on the sick list to-day, being unable to attend to his duties at the office. Samuel Collins of Chicago, repre senting the Calumet Paper com pany of Chicago, is in the city to day. Remember the sacred cantata at the opera house to-nrWrow night for the benefit of the high school library. N. Salisbury of Hiawatha, Kansas, arrived in the city Saturday eve uing for a visit with his brother, A. and Mrs, M. A. Shipman of El sie, Neb., will arrive on No. 2 this evening to visit with Dr. Shipman and family. Will Ackerman left this morning for Omaha where he goes to work for the Union Pacific as a ma chinist. F. M. Young, Sr., one of Cass coun ties representative farmers from Murray was a pleasant caller at the oflice of TnE Herald to day. The Mills county Journal is no more. It was sold to the Independ ent party last fall and the' failed to support it. Last week was its last issue. The case of Ellenbatim vs. Bil- etein. that was to have been tried in county county court to-day, lias been continued until Wednesday, the 27th. Thb Plattsmouth Herald has changed its form of make-up and is now the best paper published at the hub citv. Louisville Courier 1 Journal. The estate of the deceased Widow Decker is estimated at $ 8.000. Among the notes and money found housed up by her -was a $1,000 bill which her neighbors remember seeing in her possession fifteen years ago. Louisville Courier Journal. Union Ledger Items. J. M. Leyda, of Plattsmouth, was in town yesterday. Judge A. N. Sullivan, of Platts mouth, was in town last Monday on his way to Nebrasko City to attend district court. S. A. Davis, one of Plattsmouth's lead ing citizens, was doing business in the village yesterday. Judge Chapman, accompanied by Court Reporter Wheeler, came up from Nebraska City yesterday eve ing, having completed a short ses sion of district court. The Omalia Southern carried 2,790 pounds of Hour and meal from here to Plattsmouth Thursday which T. M. Warne shipped to his customers. Plattsmouth people are convinced that Factory ville Mills furnish nothing but the befct and they must have it. Harvey Cory and F. Iirosius of Plattsmouth, arrived here Wednes day evening with their well boring machinery, and will complete the well at the Union House upon which so much work has been done. They are experts in their line of business and will find water there, and plenty of it, in a short time. Lee Oldham, the Murray stock dealer, came down yesteaday with a carload of the finest hogs we have seen. They were Poland China stock and the average weight of the ."S was .i pounds, and there were only a few pounds difference in the weights of the largest and Hinallet. Mr. Oldham was taking them to the Nebraska City market. I base ball league- A Strong State League Can Be Formed in Nebraska. WILL PLATTSMOUTH ItE IN IT! Fremont, Grand Island, Lincoln, Beatrice, Nebraska City, Hast ings and Kearney are Otner Probable. Members. With the first breath of spring, the thoughts of the base ball en thusiasts turn lightly to the green sward and the festive bleaching boards. Again in his memory visions of the fateful day when the local team pounded the wax out of the "State Champions" come again like a beautiful dream, and sad recollections of the time when the aforesaid local team was pounded into the earth by a gang of hoboes from the realms of the Minneboohoo or Murray haunt his waking hours. So he journeys through life. He yearns at all time for the wild energy "the game." Oiie of these enthusiasts writing from Grand Island to the Omaha Bee yesterday unfolded to the"fans" of their state a grand scheme for a state base ball league. He sug gests that various cities send to the base ball editor of the Bee the names of some cranks on the base ball question who are fit and suit able persons to form a strong league. He names among other cities Plattsmouth, Lincoln, Grand Island, Fremont, Beatrice, Nebraska City, Kearney and Hastings as suitable places. The HERALD is of a strong opinion that Plattsmouth ought to be in it. We had a fine team last year and with proper management ought to have made money. Under Manager "Whitey" Miller we flew high and our team was a source of great pride to our citizens. Under sundry other persons we flew low and became a disrupted and bursted corporation. Only one bright spot is visible af ter our wild career under "Whitey" and that is our successful string of defeats in the Black Hills. We will never go back. An opaque curtain will forever eeperate us from the wild Indians of the Hills. Our sad hearts will never forget the cruel way they treated us. With a good team under a good management this year the town ought to be generous enough to keep it up. As for suitable persons to represent this city at a conven tion, we would suggest "Whitey" Miller, T. S. Clifford, Sam Patterson or innumerable of our other citi zens, and by way of suggestion we may add that Plattsmouth would be a good place to hold a conven tion. We have the room and the capacity to hold 'em and we would make it pleasant for them if they would meet here. OUR SILVER ANNIVERSARY. Two Dates in May Selected on Which to Celebrate Nebraska's Quarter Centennial. The committee on the silver anni versary of the state of Nebraska held another enthusiastic meet Fri day evening in the office of C. A. Atkinson, in the Montgomery block. An exchange of views on the best date for the proposed celebra tion developed a substantial unan imity of opinion on the desirabili ty of holding it in the early sum mer, and Wednesday and Thursday the 2."th and 2Gth of May were finally settled upon for the exercises, j The25th will, it is thought.be largely J devoted to the library programme, while the 26th will be given over to parades and other public demon strations of the progress and strength of the commonwealth. A committee consisting of Messrs Gillilan. Griffith and Butler was ap pointed to interview the city ; government and ascei tain what as sistance could be expected from that source. The committees ap pointed at the last meeting to per lorm various duties were in structed to proceed with their duties without dela3. So much interest in the project had been expressed, not only in the city, but in every part of the state, that it was felt desirable to proceed rapidly in order that the greatest demonstration ever seen in Nebras ka might be arranged. Every com mitteeman felt that this could be done and substantial progress was made toward that end last evening. The next session will be held on call of the chairman. Lincoln Journal. W. F. Fox of Milton, California, writes The Herald under date of January 20 that he is busily en gaged sowing wheat; and that the thermometer stands seventy de grees above in the shade. (Juite a difference between California and Nebraska climate. Why will you cough when Shi- 1 h's cure will give immediate re lief. Price 10 cts.. fx) cts. and H For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co Midnight Alarm. It is seldom that our people are given the opportunity to witness a genuine metropolitan theatre com pany here when it does come their way they should turn out and give it a patronage like it deserves "The Midnight Alarm" is one of the best theatrical organizations on the road and a full house should greet it on its appearance here next Fri m aay. l ne company never plays in small towns but in order to fill in va :ant dates between Kansas City and Omaha they have given this city a date. They come here from Nebraska City where they show Thursday. If we are correctly in formed, the villagers of Nebraska City have been spreading abroad the rumor that tins city was a dead duck in the show line. We want to inform our misguided friends that they have a wheel in their head on this point. Plattsmouth is still very much in it in the show line and we are confident that next Fri day's house will show it. The man that kidnapped his own child from the residence of Dae Rusterholtz and was held at Ne braska Cit-, wa brought back and turned loose after having agreed to leave the child with its grand parents. A lodge of Knights of Pythias will be instituted in Pacific Junc tion the latter part of this week or the first of next A large number of Plattsmouth Knights will be in attendance. She Was a Hright Little Girl. In a St. Louis parlor car the father sat on one side of the aisle and the mother and their eignt-year-old daugh ter sat on the other side. The father was a good-lookuig young man and there was nothing about his appear ance to show that he was connected in any way with the little girl and her mother across the aisle. The mother was reading a novel; the little girl was reading a spelling-book. The pretty young woman in the next peat c;ist sheeps1 eyes at the father, who loo Led flattered but embarrassed. Then the young woman cougfied and the father winked. The whole carload of passen gers except the mother saw the little play. The eight-year-old daughter watched it from behiud her book. When it had goue far enough she read aloud: "The cat sees the rat." "Hush." said the mother, "read to yourself, dear," and she returned to her uovel. The passengers sniggered. Presently the good-looking young woman turned to tlie father and said witn the sweetest of smiles: "Won't you please lix this window blind? The aun annoys me." The father blushed anil stepped over and his iugenuous 1 i L Lie girl re:id in the same bold, clear tones: "See, the cat has caught the rat." Some of the passengers were still grinning wheu the train drew into town. In Missouri the majority of the church-goers are females. Out of a congregation of 15D there the oilier day only three were males. The Factoryville Roller Mills' new process buck wheat Hour "takes the cake." There is no better made. Ask your grocer for it. All live grocers keep it, if they do not they will order it for you. d &wGt T. M. Warne, Union, Neb. Millinery and dressmaking at Tucker Sisters', in Sherwood block. Miles Nerve and Liver ills. Act on a new principle regulat ing the liver, stomach and bowels through the nervs. A new discovery Dr. Miles' Pills spee lil3r cure biliou sness bad taste, torpid liver, piles constipation. Unequaled for men women, children, smallest, mildest surest! f0 doses, 2.ic. Samples free at F. G. Fricke & Co's. A Great Surgrieo Is in store for all who use Kemp'f Balsan for the throat and lungs the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold on its merits and that any druggits is au thorized by the progrietor of this wonderful remedy to give you a sample bottle free? It never fails to cure acute and chronic coughs. All drugpists sell Kemp's Balsam. Large Bottles 50c and ifl. Isn't she Beautiful!" Occasionally one hears this expression, as a lady with a strikingly lovely complexion passes along the street. Certainly! she uses the famous blush of roses manufactured by Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend, Ind. Supplied O. II. Snyder, price 75c per bottle. Special Sale OF Overshirts, Gloves and Mittens. Tills WKKK AT THE FAIR." O:MAMM0TH - WAX - 1ST JOE WANTS YOU TO GUESS HOW LONG TIIK CANDLE WILL BURN, IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING TO GUKSS. NO MORE GUESSES ACCEPTED AFTER FEBRUARV 14 Tle Gqqdle Will be Lighted Yebvxvy 1 s Encjcss your Guess Together amy mim CAM GUESS. Yoqi Clotliei qqel FniiisBlei. 7BW M K AT MARK KT. Fresh Beef, fork. Veal. Mutton, Mutter aua eggs kept constantly on hand. Game of all kinds kept in Season, SATISFACTION - GAB ANTEED SAMPSON BROS. Cor. 0th St and Liucoln Ave PLATTSNOUTII, - NEBRASKA. STATEMENT. Of the condition f ti e Livii gstn Loanar.d Building Asocial ion of PlaUsinouth, el.. on 31si day of December 1SD1 First mortgage loans ...?17.800.00 Loans eecureJ by ttock of this associ ation 1-0 oo Expenses auil taxes paid Cash with treasurer i mp. f,m stockholders 1 n 52 r.o Zi i 46 1 50 Interest paid on bi!:s rayalile Interest paid ou withdrawal Fines remitted Total 33 Til MI I.TT1 Capital etock raid pan.! charged .. .13.511 00 I'remiums aid or earned i Interest receiva . Fin- 8 Collected Transfer fees collected Premiums unearned Membership fees collected 3.252 4 18t 7J t; 50 l.BTifi 70 257 75 Total. ?19,G43 3 STATE OF NEBRASKA, I Cass County I" I. Henry K. Gerinj?, secretary of the above named association, do so emnly swear that the foregomg statement ol the condrion i.t paid association, is true and correct to the beet of my knowledge and belief. iiKNKv K. (ikuiso. Sec'y. Subscribed .nd sworn to before me this 15th day of January 1802. W. W. Drummo.m. Approved : !Notary ttUMC. D. B. iMITH. ) Joe Klh, VDirectors. Wm Wkbkk, ) Sixth semi-annual statement of the Living ston Loin and building association at the close of business January 21, 1892. Val Profit. 4iS.41x P.) perc :7.1-1"J 28.5tX;19 " 20..rXixjl9 " 13 14 1!) ' 6.28X1 " Explanation The per cent of profit rr the first and second was 17 percent for e h year, showing the percent of profit for this ear of 2.T percent ; making l' peiceiit for each of the thre years. Hknj:y it. Gkkino D. li. Smith, P.esiJent. Secretary. A Sensible Man. Would use Kemps Balsam for the throat and 1 liners. It iscurinjr more cases of coughs, coles, Asthma. Bronchitis, croup and all throat and luu trouble than any oilier medicine, The proprietor has au thorized anv drusriist to ffive 3011 a sample bottle free to convince you of the merit of this remedy. Lare botttes 50c and $1. Lost Between r-.u:'!!umse and South Park church, a roll of bills containing- about $00. Finder please report to F. W. Hager and receive eward. 3t Series No. of Shares j ue One 213 3CMos. Two 1 1 30M0S. Three 71 24 Mos. Four as 8Mos, Fire 31 12 M'-s. Six 130 6 Mo- COBHTEJIt WIHTJUOW, 3 :) H 4 r M f with Your Hame and it wUlbe Published February 15. J 0 E FOR SALE OR EXGHANM. - ciOrv ACRES of Colora lo land v--(V-1 estate or for merchandise some one; the land is Al. For further particulars call on or addre, THE HERALD, Plattsmouth, .Neb. TIMOTHY CLARK. DEALER IN COAL WOOD o TERMS CASIIo D Yrds and Oflice 404 South Third Street. Telephone 13. Plattsmouth, Nebraska R. A. SALISBURY D-E-N-T-I-S-T GOLD AND PORCELAIN CROWNS. Or. Steinways anapsthetic for the painlecs ex traction of teeth. Fine Gold Work a Specialty. Rock wood Block Plattsmouth, Neb. jCAWSON & PKARCE HAVE RECEIVED Their Fall straws, f any ribbone. tips and quills also a lot of new fashion cone shape hats in straw atid fe t. They h ve a full line 01 baby hood and in or der to close old stock out have re duced their pi raw pailor nat to 40 and to 73 ce'.ts trimmed, MISS SKYLES, TRIMMER. J ULIUS PKPPERBERG. MANUFACTURE OF AND JjmCLEZRLZ RUB RETAIL DEALER IN TflK CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS FULL LINK OF s TOBACCO AND SMOKEaS ARTICLES always in stock Plattsmouth, Nebrassa J IT. DUNN" Always has on hand a full stock of FLOUR AND FEED, Corn. Bran, Shorts Oats and Baled Hay for pale as low as the lowest and delivered to any part of the city. CORNER SIXTH AND VINE Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska. s CANDLE:! 4 V JOE Will Give TIIK FOLLOWING PRIZK To the first nearest guess, A NICK OVKKCOAT To the second, A TRUNK. To the Tnird, A PLUSH CAP, for sale or trade for Plattsmouth re of any kind. This is a barcain J 4 GOLD AND POItCELAlN CK0WN8 Bridge work and fine gold work a SPECIALTY DK. STEf NADS LOCAL as well a other m-i estheticsKiven for the painless extraction ot I leein. 0. A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald Blor; MEAT MARKET1 SIXTH STREET F. II. ELLJiNBAUM, Prop. The best of fresh meat always found' in this market. Also fresh Lg-gTB and Butter. Wild game of all kind3 kept in theil season. Mea SIXTH STREET T MARKET AND TYPEWRITING COLLE(!j Plattsmouth, Nebraska. -o- There are thousands of younp ladies, eewmr tnrls. school teachers, cleiks, ne who j-re ekinr out in existence on a salstry barely suflicien Ky co?npletinK a course in short hand an V by finishing thry can earn from $40 to $150 d t otolith. K 1 siMiaMons puiranteed to competent studenlv Indiriivual innlruMInn i,.tv.i ' . uuenKl iu nu)Mij turn .-icijr tiay aui5 . , . 1 . iiinu, pe writers. I DAY AND PATYivn opcct I -- """U 'Jlvt.Ol I P.ooois oyer Mayer Store. Gentlemen would not use "Bluh of Roses" if it was a paint or now-! uer, or course not. It is clear as wiiurr, no seuiment to liil the porej f the skin. Its mission is to IwVf cleanse and purify the complexikS " " Til 1 . anu insure'- ve.yiduy ana gentleman a clean ' smooth complexion. Sold by O. HV j . . a utc cents.