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The Plattsmouth Herald.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1KX.
Will tw rendered To-nipht at the
Opera House for the Benefit of
tls Hili ri-hool .
"Jephthah :nil 1 1 if Daughter"
will In produced sit Hit? opera house
to-night. Tin c;mt:ita is given for
tilt" lcil-lit of thf high school
library and Plattsiuoutli citizens
tdiould tnrii out and crowd the
opera house until Hit management
would have to put up the "standing
room only" card. Following is the
programme to be carried out to
Mr-. la: ie. Miss I'ike,
-Mv Little Woman.'
W Alton ! l iek.
Mr KI'.Hu rH.
It K I Mir .car. .f I'- K. iu.irtetle.
Jephthah hikI liUIaiiKlt'l-
r xs OK i IIAK CTKKS.
Jeiilh'-. IXth ruler.-f Iva. l A Ierriek
fVotihet lann-s I'et ee
Abdon. Jewi-di Prince Krank Iiek u
ll. .i. .1 uUli Prince K M'KIwain
Eloi.i. ewishS Mier IK Pollock
Arnold a Mfst.fii;er Fr.uk M kson
mn Guard No 1 Harry Jacqiiette
r,tnn iiar.l Nft.l " -A Br-Wll
Iidiiisenia Jeilh:iliV liauuhter
Mia. S. K.CIappe
Arfrh lauL'lit.-r.f Kl ui M Durritt
Kamii. Jewh-ti Maid n. Si-tt-r t Klil
Miss lirace Pilce
Klon. Captain of Jewmlt Sol.li. r.. ..W v Halsey
it i, i f ' rs a new.
ir, .11. ' Ma si f ; Mrs .I..lms.i
Au i. ' t:i;- i'l '. M'Mir.-.
Leatb. ) I A i wood
"I:omih 4f .IrwMl M;" i't ll. Sol itTS
I i-r l.U Kf.
I. J. Haii.-eu was in ():naha to
day on biis-iness.
Miss Marv Smith left on No. 3 for
Lincoln last evening.
O.J. King, the court house con
tractor is in the city to-day.
Geo. N. Mulertz, of South Bend
was in the county seat to-d 13-.
Mrs. Service, of Ashland, is s.
uest of Dr. Salisbury and family
Fred Schru-der, the Cedar Creek
miller, was in the city last ceiling-.
Engineer Joe Lloyd, of the B. &
M., is suffering from an attack of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ilouseworth
were passengers on No. 5 this morn
ing for Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lehnhoff left
Sunday morning for a short visit
with Mrs. Lehnholf's parents at
Varied is the life of the actor
To-day he is swimming on the top
wave of success; to-morrow there
are none so poor to do him rever
ence. He is of all kinds and colors,
from the rich, ripe, full-blown hero
of the dime novel stripe to the the
measly, scrawn j',emaiiciated;'wretch
of the society novel. His great
forte is his solitar3" and impressive
grandeur. His grandeur is always
with him. Never is it laid aside
from the bright early Hush of
young actorhood until time and the
winds have scattered his whiskers
asunder. He he ever so vile and
actor, he must have a grandeur.
He needs it in his business. And
when you come to think of it, what
js so great as a suitable granueurr
He starts out from Kalamazoo or
Nebraska City in the early bloom
of the fall, laden with eloquence
and a trrandeur, and he travels to
far-away Lockport or Golden with
that same winning grandeur and
eloquence, and nightly he plays to
empty benches and soon he is in it.
Yes, he is indeed in it. Up to his
neck do the bills surmount. And
oon his grandeur attracts the
.sheriff, and the more it attracts the
greater do the sheriffs attachments
lor him grow, until at last he is
overel with attachments from i
head to foot. But his matchless
grandeur still goes on. "Age can
not wither nor time stale his infinite
variety." Hut the actor, with all his
grandeur gives us amusement, and
that is what we are here for. His
grandeur can be seen at the opera
house Friday night, January 29, in
The Midnight Alarm."
The largest meat train ever
brought in by the B. A M. came in
this morning at 2:30, consisting of
foity-eight cars, enroute to Chi
cago. The train was from South
Omaha and was drawn by engine
Xhe Presidents Message.
On the third page of Thb Herald
will be found President Harrison's
message to congress, occupying a
The message should be read by
-Jephthah and His Daughter" at
;4he opera house to-night.
Regular Meeting of the City Dads
Henry Bons Allowed the Privi
lege of Moving His
City council met in regular ses
sion last evening in the council
chamber. Present, His Honor
Mayor Richey, Clerk Fox, Council
tneii Salisbury, Browne, Gutsche,
Petersen, Jones of the Second,
Murphy, Miner ami Dove. Absent,
Jones of the First and Larson.
Minnies of the last meeting read
A communication Irom Henry
Hons, asking for the privilege of
moving his saloon from the corner
of Main and Third streets to the
Polk building, one door west of
llendee's hardware store, was read.
On motion of Jones 01 ilie Seconu
it was granted.
Following is the report of the
K .1 Morgan, t a'ary $ "5 00
el AagaJird. bla:knniitliini; 3 75
Journal, pii- ting 5 25
F M ICieliey. Iimi er 121 10
I :ul s. spri-ial police 8 00
Weidmani: A P.rekeiiiel.l, hardware .... 11 75
Pe tr ISaiiens. repairing 'I
iifti Pois.ill. salary, foreman hose o 3. 25 00
Henry M tiiiire. s-.-ine. Nn4 2r 00
The claims of McGuire and
Poisall, at the last meeting, were re
ferred to the claims committee.
Last night, on motion of D. M.
Jones, the claims were accepted and
warrants were drawn.
The judiciary and fire and water
committees reported an ordinance
entitled, "An ordinance providing
for the establishment of a paid fire
department." It was read for the
first time and will come up for
secoifd reading and amendments
After the council had adjourned
Browne moved that the council
proceed to the election of a chief of
police. The mayor informed the !
Second ward councilman that the
council had adjourned, but Mr. j
Hrowne thought different. The
mavor refused tD entertain the
motion, whereupon the Second
"cllU 1 11 II III 1 1 II1U 11 ueiiii iw jt 1
. 1 . 1 1 t - . . 4
warm under the collar. Mr. Hrowne
then served a written notice on the
mayor, signed by himself, Gutsche
requesting him to
call a special meeting Thursday-
night for the purpose of electing
and confirming a chief of police.
The mayor thereupon informed the
few councilmen standing around
him, that as long as he was mayor
no man would serve as chief of
police unless he was a man that he
personally wanted, as he had been
cursed as long as he was going to
be for appointing men that the
A lively time may be expected
next Thursday night over the af
fair. Chili Humbles Herself and
Right Every Wrong.
Santiago, Chili, Jan. 25. The
Chilian government has sent a re
ply to ultimatum of the United
States. The repl3-is in effect as fol
fews: Chili agrees to withdraw the of
fensive note sent by Senor Matta
to all the Chilian minister abroad
and acknowledges that its issuance
was due to an error of judgment.
Chili also withdraws its request
for the withdrawal of United States
Minister Egan. In addition the
Chilian government, in its answer
proposes that the affair of the at
tack on the Baltimore sailor in
Valparaiso be submitted to the
arbitration of some neutral nation
If this proposition is not aceptable
to the LTniteu btates government,
the Chilian government suggests
that the matter be submitted to the I
decision of the supreme court of
the United States.
Mrs. Gering had her hands very
badly burned this morning. She
had taken some ashes from the
stove, and in so doing she removed
some coals of fire into the bucket,
and while working around the
stove the bottom of her dress
caught on fire. When trying to put
it out she burned her hands very
badly. Miss Eda, seeing her
mother's danger, went to her as
sistance and in endeavoring to put
out the lire she also severely
burned her hands.
One of Plattsmouth's young men
is the lucky nolaer ot. ticket No.
14,132 in the last month's drawing of
the "Little .Louisiana Lottery of
Kansas City, Kansas. He invested
twenty-five cents and drew $625.
Last evening Judge Ramsey is
sued a marriage license to Henry
A. Hickson and Mrs. Kmma Green
lee. To-day a license was issued to
Henry R. Conrad and Mary D.
Millinery and dressmaking at
Tucker Sisters', in Sherwood block.
Councilman W. L. Browne left
this morning for Lincoln on No. 5.
Read the President's message on
the third page of this evening's
A VETS SOLILOQUY.
Take do n the old Springfield rifle, John, and
burnlxh up the bar'l.
Them Chilian dogs are Krowlin' fierce there's
bound to le a (juar'I.
lirave hlood ' Yankee tarn has run in Val
And that' a deed wo rnust avenue in spite o'
all their fleets.
Our war ships are not many, but the boys o'
Ara ready for the scrimmage the gray beMdes
And all they ak it sUinilin' room on Chili's
To mako 'em rue the dav they pulled the
eale from hi roost.
Then tak down 1 he. old rifle, John and hurn-
irh up the sar'l.
Thu hoys that worn the blue and gray can
str-iIiten this 'eiegnarl.
J. Emerson Locke in Buffalo Courier.
Nebraska Improved L -v. Stock Breed
Lincoln, Neil, Jan. 20. The an
nual meeting of the Improved Live
Stock rirccJJSi's' association of
Nebraska will take place at Heatrice
on February 10, 17 and 18, and prom
ises to be the most interesting
meeting yet held. Among those
who have already volunteered to
furnish papers are Hon. J. Sterling
Morton on "American Agricultural
Products in liurope," Hon. F. K.
Brown on "National and State
Lxperimental Stations," IIon. Chas.
II. Walker on "The Protection of
Our Live Stock Interests," Dr. M.
K. Knowles of Terre Haute, Ind., on
"Sterility in Hrood Animals and Its
Treatment," Hon. IClijah Fillig on
"The Cattle Outlook," Hon. W. P.
McCreary on "The Standard Dred
Trotter the Proper Nucleus For the
American Coach Horse of the
Future," Prof. Ingersoll, state uni
versity, on "More Practical Methods
of Kducation For the Farmer" and
Dr. Hillings on "Agricultural Col
leger." Then we intend to have an
"experience meeting" on "Lump
Jaw," led off by V. K. M. Allen of,
the Standard Cattle Co. and Col.
Savage of the Omaha stock yards
lion. Sam C. Harrett will contribute
a paper on "Our Live Stock Inter
ests," and several others are to be
Fkaxk S. Hillixcs, Pies.
II. S. Keep, Secretary.
No healthy person need fear any
flnno'crnii con Arw 1 1 iriws fritn siti
attack of la grippe if properly
ireaieu. n is uiiicn ine same as a
severe cold and requires precisely
the same treatment. Remain quiet
ly at home and take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy as directed for a se
vere cold and a prompt and com
plete recovery is sure to follow.
This remedy also counteracts any
tendency of la grippe to result in
pneumonia. Among the many
thousands wbo have used it during
the epidemics of the past two years
we have yet to learn of a single
case that has not recovered or that
has resulted in pneumonia. 25 and
50 cent bottles for sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
LOST Between roundhouse and
South Park church, a roll of bills
containing about $00. Finder please
report to F. W. Hager and receive
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 lily cure biliou
sness bad taste, torpid liver, piles
constipation. Unequaled for men
women, children, smallest, mildest
6urest! 50 doses, 25c. Samples
free at F. G. Fricke & Co's.
A Great Surgriee
Is in store for all who use Kemp'f
Balsan for the throat and lungs the
great guaranteed remedj-. Would
3'ou 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 $1.
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
manufactnred by Miss Flora A.
Jones, South Bendt Ind. Supplied
O. II. Snyder, price 75c per bottle.
Why will you cough when Shi
loh's cure will give immediate re
lief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and $1
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Cc
For abstracts of title at reason
able rates, go to J. M. Ley da, Union
THIS WEEK AT
MAMM0TH - WAX -
I EST fPMTg
WANTS YOU TO GUKSS HOW
IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING
NO MORE GUESSES ACCEPTED AFTER FEBRUARV 14.
Tle GctcllG Will he Lislytcel Febiqiy 1 5
nc oss your Guess Together with Your I'amsaDd it w 11 "be Published February 15.
W. J. Hesser, proprietor of the
Picnic Gardens, received a large
order from New York for some
of his magnificent palms, of which
hi has a large, if not the largest,
variety in the United States.
John Stein, of Liberty Precinct,
was in the city to-day transacting
business with the county officials.
A Sensible Man.
Would use Kemps Balsam 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 proprietor has au
thorized any druggist to give you a
sample bottle free to convince you
of the merit of this remedy. Large
botttes 50c and f 1.
The reserved seats for "Jephthah
and His Daughter," at the opera
house to-night, have all been sold.
It was found necessary to reserve
three rows of seats back of the
parquet, but these went as rapidly
as the others, all of them being
sold. The opera house bids fair to
have the largest audience of the
season this evening.
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, ild Game,
Poultry, Meat, Apples, Potatoes
Green and Dried Fruite, Vegetables
Cidti. Beans, col, Hides, Tallow
Sheep Pelts, Furs, Skins, Tobacco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, Beeswax, Feath
ers, Ginsing, Broomcorn, and Hops.
M. E. BALLARD
Gen. Com, Merchant aud Shipper,
217 Market Street - - St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED Agent, yne acquainted with Farm,
era and Shippers.
THOS POLLOCK R W HYERS
Kotary Public & Abstracter Solicitor
Seal Estate, Loan and Insurance Agents
If you have real estate to sell or
exchange send us description, price
Abstracts of title furnished at reas
$100,000 to loan at 7j Per cent and
no commissions, on good
POLLOCK 5c HYERS
Plattsmouth - Nbb.
Office under Caw Cotnty Bank,
iw i" -
FOR SALE OR EXGHANCA.
qjQr'v ACRES of Colora io land for sale or trade for Plattsmouth real
O v estate or for merchandise of any kind. This is a bargain for.
some one; the land is Al. For further particulars call on or address
THE HERALD, Plattsmouth, Neb.
nuoiuY A use.
-o TERMS CASIIo
Yird atnl Onice 404 Houtb Th rd Stret.
I el" pilose 13.
JCR. A. SALISBURY
COLD AXD J'Ok'CELAIN CKOWXS.
Or. hieinways ,ii n;s. iiM i- foi tlie painltB ex
uac i"- "f ti-tli
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Kockwood Ul nk I Uais:in.uth, Neb.
Their Fa'l str:w.v f:nr ribb; iik. t'ps nd quill?
i.iso a lt 't new fa-t.i' cone shape hata
in straw and U-. . 'I hey h ve a full
line of baliv h-od- and in or
der t j cli He old stock out tiHve re
duced theii cr.w fail- r tint to 40 and to
H Cf Is trimmed.
MISS -SKYL1S, TRIMMER.
MAM FACTUKK OF AD
WHOLESALE IND RETAIL
UKAU K IN TM K
CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
Pri L. LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS ARTICLES
always in stock
Plattsmouth, - - Nebrassa
I If. DUjVN"
Always has on band 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.
THE FOLLOWING PRIZE
To the first nearest guess,
A NICE OVERCOAT
To the second,
To the Tnird,
A PLUSH CAP,
GOLD AND POKCKLA1N CROWNS
Bridge work and fine gold work a
K. STKINAU8 LOCAL as well as other an
fentbeticsKiven lor t he painless extraction of
i. A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald PWA
"f SIXTH STREET
F. II. ELLENBAUM, Prop.
The best of fresh meat always found
in this market. Also fresh
Egg and Butter.
Wild game of all kinds kept in their
AND TYPEWRITING COLLEGE-
There are thousands of voune tarilpn aewin
sirls. school teachers clei ks. etc who re ekinr
out m existence on a salary barely sufficient
to supply their Mrery day wants-
Ky completing a course in short hand and
by flnishinirth v can earn fromUatntiMiwr
sj'ua Ions puiranteed to competent students
Indidivual iumruction, new type writers.
DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS
Kooms orer Mayers Store.
rientlemen wmilrl tint haa "TlfnW
of Roses" if it was a paint or pow
flpr. of ooursei fint It in. rUai-
water, no sediment to fiil the porei
ef the 6kin. Its mission is to heal,
cleanse and purify the complexion
of every imperfection, and insures
every lady and gentleman a cleaa.
smooth complexion. Sold by O. H.
Snyder. Price 75 cents.
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