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BOLD BILLY DECAMPED.
Heard Some Tariff Truths That Were
Washington, D. C, March 29.
Congressman Dolliver this after
noon spoke for nn hour on the sub
ject of the tariff. Mr. Dolliver's
speech waH delivered to well . filled
galleries, and the seats on the. floor
of the house were better occupied
than they have been for some timet
for since the beginning of the tariff
debate at first there has been a dis
position on the part of the members
present, especially those on the
democratic side, to proceed
with the affairs which occu
pied the attention of each individu
al and to pay no atteutiou whatever
to the speaker, but he had scarcely
rounded out his first paragraph
when he had the enlire attention of
every member of the house, and
then for an hour he proceeded to
deliver republican doctrine, inter
spersed wile exceedingly "pat" ap
plications, and proved himself to be
a master of debate. Mr. Dolliver
called particular nttention in his
address to the previous speech of
Mr. Bryan of Nebraska and he
showed how absurd was the position
of that gentleman, especially upon
the subject of the abolition of the
duty on binding twine. He pointed
out that one little factory in Fre
mont, Neb., employs seventy hands
and uses the product of 2.GC0 acres
of hemp already in the manufacture
of this essential for every reaping
TOO 'ARM FOR WILLIAM.
Mr. Hryan stood the fire of
Mr. Dolliver's battery for some time,
but he evidently had enough of it
before the speech was half over and
left the hall. He was the only man
who did not stay to hear the argu
ment out. Mr Dolliver made one of
the best speeches which has been
delivered this session and it is a
speech which can be matched
against the champion tariff smash
er of Nebraska every time. Already
thousands of copies hare been
orderedj for general circulation
throughout the west.
.Lew Moore went to Omaha this
Byron Clark was an Omaha pas
senger this morning.
Mrs. Joe Kle;n was a passenger
for Omaha this morning.
C. A. MiHer departed for Omaha
this morn ng on No. 5.
Maurice O'Kourke was an Omaha
passenger on the early train.
. jonn congaies 01 wmwoou 1 in
the ciiy attend'ng court to-day.
Mrs. S. IL Atwood left on the 9:05
train this morning for Omaha.
Mrs. W. .N. McLennan departed
for Omaha this morning on No. 5.
Felix Kennedy came in la6t night
from McCook to visit with friends.
Mrs. George F. Dovey went up to
Omaha this morning on the 9:05
Mrs. Fred Herrmann and Miss
Julia Herrmann went up to Omaha
Mrs. Kate Oliver and daughter,
Miss Maggie, went up to Omaha
A. R. Talbot returned to his home
in Lincoln this morning over the
Mrs, Pearson, living at the corner
of Chicago avenue and Rock street,
is reported dangerously ill.
C. Brekenfeld, who has been con
fined to his room for the past two
weeks, was able to be on the streets
C. D. Grimes, Charles Richey and
Frank Irish went up to Omaha last
night to witness the performance
DIRECT TO LIVERPOOL. - v. 3
Fifty Cap of Caul to b Exported by
Mitchell ft Morton.
John Wagner left yesterday morn
ing ior Wisner to secure thirty-one
cars of cattle, W. S. Morton left at
noon for Fairmont to receive eight
cars and R. II. Mitchell went to Sew
ard to secure six cars. Henry
Meyers went to Superior last night,
where he gets five cars. All of
these caUle will be loaded out this
afternoon, fifty cars in all, for ship
ment direct to Liverpool, England,
via Boston. They will sail April 5
and will be due April 16 at Liver
pool. Messrs. Wagner and Meyers
accompany the shipment as far as
Boston and W. S. Morion will go ou
acioss the waler with it. This is an
experimental siiipment in line with
others that have been made with a
view to testing the advantages of
exporting direct, if any there may
be, and the result will be walched
with interest. Should the shipment
arrive in Liverpool as per schedule,
the result will be known here by
April 20. These parlies expect to
take a numbeof later shipments
across the pond if the results
ju-lifyit. Lincoln Journal.
TheParison Millinery Co. received
to-day a very lare assortment of
flowers, ribbons and hats and they
offer them for sale cheaper than ev
er was Known before in Flails-
mouth. Dawson & Pierce's old
A Magnificent Combination
For the People. x - x
ONE - PRICK - CLOTHIER
Is Receiving a Popular JLine of the
The James Walsh Mercantile Co.
vs. E. II. Riddle. Suit on account
for $390.10. Answer April 4, 1892.
Mrs. Mary Butler vs. Kdward Fitz
gerald. Suit on account for $130.00
Answer March 2, 1892, 10 a. m.
In the matter of the Estate of Ag
nes Cole, deceased. Henry Eicken
bary and Will T. Andrews swore in
as appraisers of estate.
Plattsmouth Investment Co. vs.
Matilda C. Dawson et al. Suit on
account for $393.00.
A. G. Trum vs. P. F. Flower et, al.
Suit on promissory note for $500.
Answer, April 4, 1892.
Calvin II. Parmele vs. John B.
Holmas. Suit on note for $295.20.
Answer, April 4.
Ackland Salisbury vs W. H. Deer-
ing: contested election. Motion for
leave to amend answer of contestee
sustained by payment of costs of
hearing March 21 1892. Settled as
per stipulation on file, contestee to
In the matter of the estate of Wm-
Guthman, deceased. Citation
against admisistrating tor an ac
counting April 5th at 10 a. m.
James M. Patterson etal vs Mills-
baugh Ac Co. Set for trial by agree
ment, March 30 at 10 a. m.
James M. Patterson et al vs Fitch
Jfc Co. et al. Set for trial by agree
ment March 30 at 10 a. m.
In the matter of the assignment
of Jno. Martin & Co. et al. Time for
creditors to meet and select assigne
continued until April 6 at 10 a. m.
In the", matter of the guardian
ship of Lydia M. Austin, minor child
of Joseph A. Austin, deceased.
Bond of Elvira Austin, guardian,
approved and letters issued.
In the . matter of the Estate of
Christiana .Horning, deceased.
Hearing final settlement of Olive
Horning administratrix, accounts
allowed and decree accordingly.
John Waterman vs. Jonathan Gib
son et al. Suit on promisory note
for $174.00 and interest Judgement
by confession for $216.44 and 10 per
cent interest thereon from March 26,
Mrs. Mary Butler vs. Edward Fitz
gerald. Suit on acount Default of
defendant entered. Judgement for
plaintiff for $130.00.
Our people who love a good
entertainment, almost free of cost,
cannot afford to miss the New York
Symphony Club which will enter
tain at the new Presbyterian church
in this city on next Saturday eve-
jiing, April 2. This club is made up
-of artists of world-wide reputation,
among whom are Charles F. Hig
jens, the celebrated violinist; Mr.
II. Cornelius, clarionetist; Miss
Edica, eoprano; Miss Agnes
Florian, dramatic contralto; Mr.
.Rudolph von Scarpa, pianist. This
-entertainment only costs 50 cents.
The Free Methodists have moved
-u the S. of V. hall to the Hart
Mock, one door west of the
v A cordial invitation is
You should see Brown & Barrett's
stock of wallpaper.
The fence surrounding the base
ball grounds is being placed in re
Fred Stadelmann had a force of
men trimming the trees in front of
his residence property on Vine
The M. E. A id Society will meet
to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock,
with Mrs. T. B. Brown, No. 633 North
8th and Courtland Streets.
The operetta to be given at the
Waterman opera house April 14 and
15 for the benefit of the high
school library is strictly first-class.
F. G. Fricke and W. D. Jones left
this morning on the 7:15 train for
La Platte, where they will spend the
day in shooting down the festive
Sheriff William Tighe departed
for Lincoln this morning with Lin-
nie Smith, who was recently ad
judged insane by the board of in
sanity. The names of Joe Lake and M;ke
Whalen for councilmen will be put
upon the tickets, notwithstanding
no certificates of nomination were
filed with .the city clerk.
Robert Donovan escaped from
the asylum in Lincoln and arrived
here yesterday. He was taken in
charge by the authorities and
Deputy Sheriff Ed Fitzgerald left
with him for Lincoln this morning.
The B. & M. sent out two new pas
senger coaches this morning, on the
early west bound train. The com
pany has received during the past
month quite a number of new
coaches of the vestibule plan, and
which they are mostly sending west.
Hon. F. E. White, Hon. William
Neville, James Grace, Dr. John
Black, P. E. Ruffner, P. C. Minor,
D. C. McEntee, W. H. Deering and
C. W. Sherman departed over the
Missouri Pacific , for Union to at
tend the meeting of the democratic
county central committee which
meets there to-day.
The L. L. A. Literary club held
their regular semi-monthly meet
ing at tne Home ot .Morgan lirown
last evening. They will give an en
tertainment in the near future, the
feature of which will be a joint
debate between members of the
E. Q. V. and L. L. A. literary clubs.
Next Friday, April 1st, Mr. H. C-
Hackney will turn the management
of the Hotel Riley over to Mr. Opelt,
of Lincoln, who comes to this city
highly recommended as a ..hotel
man. He will keep the house up to
the highest standard. The many
friends that Mr. Hockney has made
doing his stay among us, will be
sorry to learn that he will leave the
city to engage in the hotel business
some where else. The Herald be
speaks success for him wherever he
The ladies ot the Presbyterian
church deserve the cordial support
of this community in their effort to
pay the balance due on the
splendid pipe organ which they
purchased for their beautiful new
church. They have not asked
donations from our people, but
have largely paid for the organ out
of their own pockets. They now of
fer or people a first-class enter
tainment belter, we venture to say, I
than any entertainment our Platts
mouth people have had the
pleasure of enjoying this season.
The New York Symphony Club is
composed of artists of the very best
talent the country affords and the
musical entertainments they give
are spoken of only in words of the
highest praise wherever they per-
r-r . .
iorm. ine cnurcn is warm,- com
fortable and elegantly seated, and
The Herald guarantees an eve
ning of exceptional enjoyment for
all who attend.
An unlimited variety of the
best makes in every line.
He has a determination and
the ability to make
Be fair with yourseif and give
The meeting of the board of
directors and persons interested in
Y. M. C. A. work, announced for
this evening, is postponed until
Friday evening, April 1, when Mr.
Agustus Nash, state secretary, will
ATTENTION IS CALLED
TO OUR ELEGANT STOCK
OF WALL PAPER. WE HAVE
THE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF THE
FINEST LINE OF WALL PAPER
IN THE COUNTY, OUR PRICES
DOES THE SELLING FOR US.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK OF
PAINTS. OILS, ANDVARNISH
BROWN & BARRETT.
The Saturday evening, April 2,
entertainment, given by the New
York Symphony Club, at the new
Presbyterian church, deserves a
a crowded house. The auditorium
of the church is equal to any opera
house in the state, seated with ele
gant opera chairs, well lighted and
ventilated, and offers comfort and
pleasure to any audience of music
loving inclinations. The entertain
ment is guaranted to be first class.
& I00I3 before pqiclqsir.g.
Look out for JOE'S new ad in a few days, it will knock tlic candle silly.
Eaaor Liquor Care.
To'those seeking a rescue from
liquors curse or other evil -habits
brought about by morphine, tobac
co etc The Ensor Institute at South
Omaha offers one of the most relia
ble and best places to go with the
absolute certainty of a permanent
cure, write mr visit the institute.
The jury brought in a verdict
last night which gave Michael
Broadback his liberty. Mr. Broad
back was charged whh assault with
intent to commit murder.
The btate of Nebraska vs. Peter
Coon was tried before a" jury to-day.
lhis is a case where a neighbor
of Mr. Coon had him arrested.
charging him with allowing his
hogs to run at large while they
were suffering with the cholera.
nr i . i -
ine jury nas reacnea no veruict as
The Widow WkUon'i Wooing.
Leap year has been inaugurated in the
town of Egerton, Kan. , by a well to do
widow who took a liking to a young
farm hand employed in the neighbor
hood. Mrs. Mary Watson owns a fine
farm, and she has been recognized as a
strong-minded woman. Her husband
died about five years ago and left her
About a week ago she came to town
to market and met John Northrup, wfio
works on a farm about two miles be
yond the farm of Mrs. Watson. Mrs.
Watson had never, seen the young man
before, but appeared tt? be much taken
with his aoDearance. and asked to be
made acquainted with him.
The young man was not astonished at
the request, hut was much surprised
when she told him, after knowing him
about half an hour, that she wanted a
husband and if he was willing 6he
thought they would do well together as
man and wife, lie was a little taKen
aback at the suddenness of the offer, but
he concluded he could do no better and
accepted without any shyness. They
got the necessary license and were made
man and wife. Cor. Philadelphia Press.
Brown & Barrett were successful
in securing th agency for Nebras
ka of the only nouse in tne u. o,
who make a specialty of new de
signs of wall paper for city trade.
The oeople of Plattsmouth should
call at their store and see the new
things just out in the wall paper
"Oh! What a Night."
Managers of theatres throughout
the country pronounce the above
one of the best paying attractions
they have played, and return en
gagements have always been better
patronized than the first. It is a
notable and creditable fact that Mr.
Loder is not surrounded by a poc r
company, as is usually the case, in
order that the "star" will shine to
better advantage; indeed, it is not
necessary, as Mr. Loder's ability as
a comedian enables him to hold his
own with any cast, no matter how
During a recent engagement at
the Grand opera house, New York,
the receipts reached over $7,000 for
the week, which is sufficient evi
dence of the popularity and suc
cess of the piece, both dramatically
and financially. Mr. Loder is under
the management of Messrs. Humph
rey & Crossley, two young, ener
getic men, who nave tne very ae
sirable faculty of turning every
thing they touch into goia, ana
their careful and experienced man
agement is fast making Charles A-
Loder. in "Oh! What a Night," one
of the leadiner attractions of the
season. Go and see him at the
Waterman to-morrow night.
A land slide occurred last night
in the cut on this side of the bridge
over the Missouri which stopped
No. 3. No. 3 had to wait in the cut
until a force of men"could go and
clear the track.
'Isn't She Beautiful!" Occasional
ly one hears this expression, as a
J ... i m t '
lady with a etriKingiy loveiy. com
plexion passes along the street.
Certainly! she uses the Famous
Blush of Roses manufactured by
Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend,
jnd, supplied by O. ' H. Snyder.
Price 75 cents per bottle.
The concert by the N. Y. Sympho
ny ciuo last evening cumpiciciy
captured a cultivated audience and
is semething of which to feel proud
of. Each artist was recalled several
times. The violin playing of Chas.
F. Higgins proved him to be a vir
tuoso and heheldtheaur unce spell
bound from first to latet.
Graduate of Vienna Conservatory
One Fare for the Round Trip.
The B. & M. will sell round trip
tickets for one fare to Hot Springs,
Arkansas, on the following occa
sions: Meeting of the Government
Reservation Improvement asssoci-
ation, April 12. Tickets will be sold
April 7 and 8, inclusive; final return
limit, May 10.
District meetincr Southern and
Central Turnverein, May . 9 . to 10.
Tickets .will be sold May 6 and 7, in
clusive; final return, June 10.
Annual meeting general assembly
of the Southern .. Presbyterian
church, May 19. Tickets will be
sold May 16 and 17, inclusive; limit
to return, June 15.
tor further information inquire
at ticket office. F. LATHAM, ,
B U HUN a TON & MISSOURI RIVER R. It.
V TIME TABLE. J
OF DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
No. 2 5:05 P.M.
No. 4 10 :30 a. re.
No. 8 7; 44 p, m
No. 10 9 : 45 . UL
No. 12 10 :14 a. m
No. 20 8 :30 a. m
No 1,.. ....... 3 :4i a. n-
No. 3 5 :25 D. r
I No. 5, 9:05 a.m.
No. T i f 15 a. m.
No. 9 6 as p.m. .
No. ii s ion d. m.
I No, 19.. ...... 11 .-05 a.m.
Rushnell's extra leaves for Omaha about two
'clock for Omaha and will accommodate pas
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
No. 384 Accomodation Leaves 10:55 a.
No. 383 arrives,
Trains dally except Hun day.
4 ;00 p. m.
Finest line of wall paper
city at Brown & Barrett's.
List of Letters
Remaining unclaimed in the post-
office at Plattsmouth:
Courtwright, Mrs L Koss, -
Connally, Chas D
Chase, Mrs CM
Fisher, A M
above will please
H. J. Streight, P. M,
Luther, W C
Waybright, Mrs Will
Weeborn. Mrs J W 2
for any of the
a sk for "adver-
Hot Springs. Ark. Carlsbad of
On April 6th, 7th.and 8th the M.
P. will sell round trip tickets to Hot
Springs, Ark., at one lowest first
class fare, good returning until
June 10th, on account of govern
ment sale of lots and meeting
of the Southern Central Turnverin
Association. Call at office for par
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, and insures
every lady and gentleman a clean,
smooth complexion. Sold by O. H.
Snyder. Price 75 cents.
English Spavin Liniment removes
all hard soft or calloused lumps
and blemishes from horses, blood
spavins , curbs splints, Sweeney,
ring bone, stiflee, sprains all !swoi-
len throats, coughs etc. Save 50
cent by use of one bottle. Warrant
ed the most wonderful blemish
cure ever known. Sold by F. G.
Fricke & Co druggists Plattsmouth.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by the county
commissioners ot Cass county at
their office, in the city of Platts
mouth, Nebraska, until noon of
April 9, 1892, for the grading and
sodding of the courthouse grounds
in said city, according to plans and
specifications lri the office of the
f BANK LUCKSON,
: Itch on human and horses animals
cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
sanitary lotion. This never fails.
Sold F. G. Fricke & Co. druggist,
Ex-Governor Furnas writes: Send
me one dozen Rail Road Pain Cure
with bill, it cures more aching ills
than any other preparation I have
used or known. 25c and 50c at O. II.
Snyder and Brown & Barrett.
Wanted A girl, to do general
housework. ' Good wages.
Mrs. W. J. Hesser. .
I feel it my duty to say a few
words in regard to Ely's Cream
Balm, and I do so entirely without
solicitation. I have used it more
or less half a year, and have found
it to be most admirable. I have
euffered from catarrh of the worst
kind ever since I was a little boy
and I never hoped for cure, but
Cream Balm seems to do even that.
Many of my acquaintances have
used it witu excellnnt results.
Oscar Ostum, 45 Warren Ave., Chi
Shiloh's catarrh remedy a posi
tive cure Catarrh, Diphtheria and
Canker mouth. For sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
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
Wanted: An energetic man to
manage branch office. Only a few
dollars needed. Salary to start $75
?er month and interest in business,
he Western Co., Kansas Citv. Mo.
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