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OUT OF COURT.
General Thayer's Suit Dismissed by
the Supreme Judes.
Lixcoi v. XVI... Anril ft In the
(supreme court to day the etui of the
irreat Tlia ver-Bovd case was
reached. The record of the proceed
State ex rel John M. lhayer vs
lames K. Hoyd. Motion to set
tiside: judgment denied. Opin
ion by Mr. JuHtice Post.
ConrtH will take notice without
proof of events which are generally
known within the limits ot llieir jur
isdiction. This will include
changes in the oflice of the chief
rxeculive. and such acts of public
and general interest as may be said
to be conspicuous events in the
history of the state.
- One who seeKs by quo warranto
proceedings to obtain possession of
an oflice held by another must show
that he has a better title to such of
fice than the incumbent.
When the only claim of the relator
fo an oflice is the right to hold over
after the expiration of his term, on
the ground that the respondent, his
successor elect, is ineligible; and
while the action is pending and un
determined he voluntarily abandons
the oflice in controversy and sur
renders it to the respondent, such
act will disoualifv him to further
prosecute as relator and amounts to
an abandonment of the iction.
IT IS TRUK that Snyder has as
many rolls of Border as some peo
ple have bolts of Wallpaper. The
handsomest stvles in Borders ever
shown in Plattsmouth.
The democrats held their primar
ies last evening for the purpose o:
electing delegates to the county con
vention which is held in Union to
day. Following are the delegates
W. D. Jones, J. J. McVey, Wni
Cushing, John Tig he, M. Archer,
D. O. Dwyer, Fred Herrmann and
Dr. W. II. Hearing.
F. K. While, C. W. Snerman, Wro
Neville, Fred Kgenberger. P. K.
Kuffner.Carl Kuntzinan, C. A. Miller,
II. M. Soennichsen, Chas. D.Grimes,
Max Lemni and Jacob Vallery.
C. L. Spencer, Harvey Cory, John
Cairney, Frank J. Morgan, Chatj
Hempel, Jas. Grace, W. II. Malick, C.
D. Cummins and C. C. Parmele.
C. M. Butler, Maurice O'Rourke,
I. J. Hansen, Fred LeiihofT, sr., Wm.
Tiffhe, Phillip Thierolf and Henry
Tartsch and John Satl'er.
Dr. John Black, John Gobbleman
J. P. Lewis, K. K. Wyrrick and Pat
Go to Tosep Fetzer's for men's and
boys' shoes; he keeps the best stock
that can be had.
ATTENTION IS CALLED
TO OUR ELEGANT STOCK
OF WALL PAPER. WE HAVE
THE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF TH E
FINEST LINE OF WALL PAPER
IN THE COUNTY, OUR PRICES
DOES THE SELLING FOR US.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK OF
PAINTS. OILS, ANDVARNISH
BROWN & BARRETT.
went up to
List of Letters
Remain! riff unclaimed in thepost
office at Plattsmouth:
World's Fair Notes.
J communication has been re
ceived from the British commission
asking for space to exhibit the rifle
calibre ffuns manufactured by the
Maxim-Nordenfeldt Gun company.
The company wants to erect a build
inff 30x15 feet to exhibit its ffuns in
practice. One end of the building
will be filled with sand baffs, into
which the projectiles of the ffuns
will be fired. It is claimed that the
arrangements are such as will in
sure perfect safety, and will be re
productions of a similar exhibit re
cently ffiven at the Royal Naval Ex
position in London. The request
was referred to Chief Willard Smith
of the transportation department,
as the exhibit it allowed wiu come
under the head of naval and marine
It is proposed to run from New
York to Chicaffo, at the time of the
dedication of the exposi;ion build
infft, ten special trains, ten minutes
apart, each train to have elaborate
decorations and music.
At an expense of $79,300 contracts
have been let for furnishiiiff the
fair with boilers of 10,C. ? horse
power capacity. The exposition
power plant will burn oil instead of
coal. About 225,030 barrels will be
required, for which the exposition
company will pay 72 1 o cents a bar
rel. The contract has been let for
putting1 in about twelve miles of
sewerage pipe in the grounds for
The world's fair committee of the
North American Turner Bund has
made a personal application to Di
rector General Davis for space for a
display of gymnastic apparatus, lit
erature on the subject of physical
exercise and development, and re
presentations of gymnastic orga
nizations, as well as for outdoor
gymnastic exhibitions, which the
turners desire to give eight days
in each month during the exhibition.
Blent, D K
Conian, C S
Smith, II G
King, W S
P.- ice, Jane
Persons calling for any of the
above will please ask for "adver
II. J. Streigiit, P. M.
Irena for the Complexion" re
moves Pimples, Blackhiads. and all
Facial Blemishes. Warranted !bv
urown & uarrett ana u. 1. Snyder,
IT IS A FACT that Snyder lias
more Wallpaper than any house in
towii. Latest and handsomest pat
terns and sold at lowest prices. Call
on him and be convinced of the truth
Ole Olson's Sad Fate.
In an early day in Clay county ,'A.
F. Dexter had two Swedes working
for him on the dam in the middle of
the river, just above the seething,
boiling waters. Shortly after din
ner one day, Swede No. 1 strolled up
to Mr. Dexter's house and said: "Ay
tank, Meester Dexter, ve skall hav
noder man purty soon to hellup.
Ay got mae purty tired bout now."
-'No, no," said Mr. Dexter; "You are
getting along all right There is no
need of any more help. Go back
and try to finish up to-night." In an
hour or two the same man came
back again. "Val, Meester Dexter,
Ay tal Ay lak job purty gude, et ees
la besta tang Ay run oop genst for
long tarn, but mae bak is bote and
you must sand beeg mans nexta
da." "Why," answered Mr. Dexter,
,'where is Ole Olson?" "Val, Olson
hae fal en water tnuta as femf hour
ago en go oover dam lak sleek bullet.
Ay tank hae never com back." Ole
will appear at the Waterman next
! Monday night.
An Appeal for Aid.
Nelson, Neb., April 6. To the
People.J On Thursday, March 31,
1S92, a cyclone visited the city of
Nelson, Nebraska, the county seat
of Nuckolls county. The resident
part of the city in the north and the
west was where the work of destruc
tion was most, complete. The
homes of all in that section of the
city were entirely swept away, to
gether with all their houses con
tained. Numerous citizens in the
surrounding country shared the
same fate. The more fortunate
people in the citj' and country have
all contributed liberally, but their
best efforts will prove inadequate to
meet the wants of these distressed
The loss entailed upon ourpeople
has been estimated at $150,000. The
condition of those who have lost
their all is deplorable and forces us
to call upon the country at large for
aid, and in this hour of deep dis
tress we know we will not call in
At a meeting of the citizens of
city and country held on the eve
ning of April 2, the following
named committee was authorized to
solicit aid: W. A. Voight, Roberts
& Wier, M. A. Ruble, E. II. Dowland
and II. E. Goodrich.
The distribution of the funds has
been placed in the hands of a com
mitte composed of our leading citi
zens. Contributions can be sent to
J. C. Smith, mayor of the city, or S.
A. Lapp, cashier of the First
National bank. Nelson.
K. Jj. Brown,
W. A. Bergstresser,
J. C. Smith,
G. W. Archer,
W. B. Crawfoed,
Mrs. T. M. Patterson
Omaha this morning.
S. A.Dav.'s Jei't on No. othis morn
ing for York, Nebraska.
R. C. Dan'e-s. of CI? " .a;.o was the
guest of A. C. W: 'j,'nt to-d:y.
miss i?jaTiSt.a agney was a pas
senger lor Lincoln this morninir.
Vol. 1, No. 1 of the Gazeife, pub
lished at Herman, Nebraska, made
its appearance April 6.
John Haya fell down on the side
walk near Judge Chapman's, while
on his way to church, and fractured
The lawns and hill sides are be
ginning 10 looK green, the warm
sunstvne the past two days has just
made the grass grow.
TO ANY GENTLEMAN,,-
Zxi. Cass C01a.3n.t3r
Who can write the most words on a
ONE - PRICt; - CLOTHIER
Will Givethe Folio wing Prizes on July 4th:
TIIK BEST Mixed
for sale by Snyder.
1 A Nice Spring Suit.
2. A Nice Leather Satchel.
3 Two Nice Shirts
The Boyd-Thayer case is settled
at last for all time to come by the
supreme court refusing to reopen
The Tucker fcisters have just re
ceived a large invoice of Millinery
and pat.ern hats. Call and see them
in the Sherwood block.
I he county commissioners are
busy to-dav se'ecting a list of
names for the regular jury panel
for '. he Ma v it-m to be d "awn from.
The Tucker Sisters have secured
the services of an eastern trimmer
and they inviie their lady friends to
call and see her.
A party of hunters consisting of
Will Streight, Dal Jones, C. C. Par
mele and Jim Jiutu lelt this morn
ing for the Iowa swamps on a hunt
Joseph Fetzer keeps a full line of
ladies and childrens shoes.
The house owned by Fred Stadel
ma nn, two aoors west ot l he
IlEKi ld office, is being remodeled
and refitted, and it is reported on
good authority that a youog man
doing business oa Main street will
shorily lead to the altar one of
Plaltsmoulh's fairest daughters,
and they will reside in that huse.
Go to the Tucker Sisters for Con
Every word mut written with pea and ink.
Every word must be readable with the naked eye,
And must be written in sensible sentences.
Send all Postal Cards to
JOE, The One Price Clothier, Plattsmouth, Neb
No more Postal Cards accepted after July 3, 1892.
Only one Postal Card received from one and the same person.
JOE, the Popular Clothier,
Itch on human and horsesanimals
cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
sanitary lotion. This never fails.
Sold F. G. Fricke & Co. druggist,
Fire In the Fourth Ward.
A small boy was playing with
matches this afternoon and set the
brush west of the Fourth ward
school house on fire. The fire was
put out before any damage was
IT IS A FACT that Snjder has
more Wallpaper than any other
house in town. Handsomest and
latest styles and lowest prices. An
examination will convince you of
this. He has the goods to back
The Y. P. S. C. K. of the Christian
church will give an ice cream social
at the residence of Mrs. McElwain,
Thursday evening. Ice cream and
cake 13 cents. Kverybody invited.
WANTED A girl to do general
housework. Good wages.
23-tf Mrs. W. J. Hesser.
Nebraska City elected a repub
lican maj or by 500 majority Tues
day and two-thirds of the other
towns and villages elected a repub
lican ticket, while South Omaha
will be governed lor the next two
j-ears by C. P. Miller, who ran as an
independent republican and was
elected in that democratic strong
hold, where the republicans never
put up a ticKet before, by over 500
Enior Liquor Cure.
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 or visit the institute.
Father Hays Injured.
J. G. Hays, better known as Father
Hays, while on his way to church
last evening fell down on the side
walk near fudge Chapman's resi
dence and fraciured his nose very
badly. He was in company with
H. M. Gaul i. He stepped on a loose
board, which caused him to. fall
very heavily forward on his face,
with the above result. He was car
rying his bible under his left arm
and his cane in his right hand and
was unable to catch himself.
It is a wonder we do not have
moreimured than we do, as our
sidewalks are in a very poor condi
tion. When the citv crets two or
three damage su ts on hand, prob
ably the walks will be kept
ine Thunder Stone.
The opal was looked upon as a thun
der stone, and although many women
are now given to a strong supersti
tious prejudice against wearing one, it
was in bygone days held in the highest
estimation, for it was supposed to com
bine the virtues of several other gems.
Giving Him the Grip.
Little Girl Professor Greatmind, that
big doctor over the way, says he's tryin
to give the grip to his dog. Wot's that
Little Boy 1 don't quite know, but
that dog of his isn t good for anything.
Maybe he's tryin to make him cross.
Where Spools Are Made.
"Oxford count-, Me., turns out nearly
all of the spools on which the thread of
this country is wound," said a wholesale
notion dealer. "The spools are made
from white birch timber, and they are
produced by the million in Oxford coun
ty. There are many other points in west
ern .Maine, also, wnere the industry is
important. There are many sawmills in
that part of the state which are kept
busy the year around sawing white lnich
logs into strips four feet long and f .om
one to two inches wide and of the same
"These strips are sent to the spool fac
tories, where they are quickly worked
into spools by most ingenious labor sav
ing machinery. The strips of white Lire1.;
are fed into one machine, and they ur,
not touched, in fact are hardly soen.
again until the spools, all finished for
market except polishing, drop out by tbe
bushel from another machine several
rods away from where the strips start c;l
in. Ihe spools get their gloss by bem;:
rapidly revolved in barrels by machinery,
the polish resulting from the contact of
the spools in the barrel.
'In the backwoods villages of Oxford
county one sees scarcely any other in
dustry but spoolmaking, and every one
is in some way interested in the business.
The factories have been eating into the
Maine birch forests for years, but there
seems to be enough left yet to feed them
well for years to come. Hundreds of
thousands of feet of logs are cut and
sawed into spool timber annually."
New York Sun.
with their chattering teeth. Her eyes
were blue as was her nose. One manly
arm encircled her slender waist, whiie
the other upheld an umbrella. The run
drops gently trickling down their spine
did not serve to cool their ardor in the
least, and every shiver seemed to cement
them more closely together.
"It's awfully nice out here in the
park," she murmured. "I think Wash
ington is a lovely city for a wedding
tour, don't you, dear?"
"Yes, darling," he replied in an ab
stracted manner. "I shall always como
here in the future."
And then a great, solid chunk of cool
ness seemed suddenly to come between
them. Washington Post.
liURUNOTOX & MISSOURI RIVER R. R.
A Delightful Effect.
Artist Those evergreens on the north
side of your house have a delightful ef
Farmer I should say they had. Them
trees keep off the wind and save about
eight dollars' worth of firewood every
winter. New York Weekly.
J. M. Crandall, of Pilot Kncb, Ind., it
responsible for the statement that Alex
ander Ritchie, of that place, owns a
lamb with one perfect head and neck
and two perfect bodies, and two sets of
limbs complete. The bodies join near
In 172 a cow was tried for murder at
Poitonf , France, and five years later a
pig, which had killed a child in the
streets of Menlan, was thrown into
prison, tried and finally strangled in the
A Tfew Tork Word.
I find it a work of ever increasing
difficulty to understand the dialect of
New York. Yet it is one of the most
interesting things in New York, and 1
devote much time and patience to en
larging my vocabulary. On the ele
vated road the other night I heard a
couple of young men throwing out the
patois in solid chunks and hunks.
"Don't yez be jollyin' me. bee.-" said
one. "xez cant give me ine gee.
I am sure I don't know how to spell
gee," but tue g seems to oe pronounced
hard as hard as the young man whom
I heard. I suppose the sense of to "gee
or to "jolly" is that otherwise expressed
by the pleasing verbs to "kid," to "stuff,"'
to "give a breeze;" but from what store
house of philology have to "jolly" and
to give a "gee" been drawn? Is "gee'"
an extension of the truncated initial of
that sweet, thrilling word guff? 13
"jolly" merely a variation of the French
adjective joli? And does jolly mean to
say a pretty, fine or false thing to?
New York Truth.
Fathom is from the old Aryan root,
fat, tc extend, and denotes the distance
from tip to tip when the anna of an
average sized man are f ullv extended.
The Bridegroom Resolre.
They sat on the rain sodden bench m
the Smithsonian ground, evidently a
newly married couj.lt. Tue weathei
was cold, but their love was warm, and
the palpitation of their hearts kept time
The Light from Cuban Fireflies.
The secret of the light the Cuban fire
fly gives is as yet undiscovered. Ap
parently it is connected in some way
with the mysterious phenomena of life,
and chemists and physicists have sought
in vain to explain its origin. On each
side of the animal's thorax is a luminous
membranous spot, and these flash at in
tervals, so that the Cubans put a dozen
of the insects in a cage together, and so
obtain a continuous illumination, bright
enough to read by. This light is accom
named by no perceptible neat, and is
seemingly produced with almost no ex
penditure of energy. How great an wn
provement it represents upon all known
artificial lights can be imagined when it
is stated that the loss from other lights is
more than 99 per cent. Washington
Impure Ice and Typhoid Fever.
Some years ago Dr. Charles Smart, of
the United States army, traced the cause
of mountain fever to the melting snow
of the Rocky mountain streams, and in
ferred that the germs of this typho-ma-larial
fever were brought down from
the atmosphere by snow, remained fro
zen during winter, and then passed into
the streams in an active condition when
the snow melted in May, June and July.
It is frequently the case that impure ice
is the agent of transmitting typhoid and
other fevers. Engineering Magazine.
It is said that when Alaric, the con
queror of Rome, died, that "a river was
turned aside to make a place in its bed
for his grave, and when he was buried
the water was again let into its former
channel, and the prisoners who had
helped to bury him were killed so that
no one might find out where the con
queror of Rome was buried." Yankee
Pressed Sawdust for Fuel.
A curious and profitable business ha3
grown np in the Maine woods about the
sawmills, in the utilizing of the im
mense quantities of sawdust by compres
sion. Thousands of tons of sawdust are
pressed into compact blocks and bales,
and in this form is finding a ready mark
et for kindling and fuel in the eastern
cities. Interview in New York Snn.
V TIME TABLE. J
OF DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
So. 2 5 : 05 P. M,
o. 4. 10 :30 a. ii.
No. 8 7 ;44 p, m
N'o. 10 9 : 45 a. in
No. 12 10 :14 a. m
No. 20 B :30 a. m
Noi 3 -.in a. m.
o. i :25 d. ru
No. i 1.9 :05 a. m.
No. T :15 a. m.
No. H 6 :25 D. m.
No. 11, 5 :05 d. m.
No, 19 ll :05 a.m.
Pushnell's extra leavi-s for Omaha about two
o'clock lor . 'inaha aDd will accommodate pas
sengers. MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
No. 3H4 Accomodation leaves....
No. 31 arrives....
Trains daily except Sunday.
. .10.-55 a. mr
. 4 ;00 p. la.
IN DISTRICT COUKT CASS COUNTY
Before llou. S. I. Chapman, Judge.
Calvin II. Parmele
William Smith and
Smith, hi ui ff. first
name unknown to plain-
tin, James Ketd and
Reid his wife, first name j
unknown to Plaintiff. J
The defendants and each of thern will
take notice that on the 31st day of March,
an action was commenced in the dis
trict court of Cass county, Nebraska in the
above entitled cause, the object and nrav-
er of which is to obtain a decree quieting
the title to, and removing clouds from, the
title of plaintiff in and to the following
descri bed premises: Lot 5 and west 3 feet
in width of lot 4, in block 1H in the citv of
Plattsmouth, Nebraska and general relief.
You are required to answer in said cause
on or lefore Ionday the 2nd day of May
A. D. 1HW2, or decree will be rendered as
prayed tor in said ietition.
CALVIX 11. 1 AKMELE-
V. L. Browne, Attorney.
Hot Springs, Ark. Carlsbad of
On April 6th, 7th and 8th the M.
P. will sell round trip' tickets to Hot
Spring's, Ark., at one lowest first
class fare, good returning; until
June 10th, oa account of govern
ment sale of lots and meeting
of the Southern Central Turnrerin
Association. Call at office for particulars.
The Homeliest Woman in Platts
mouth can be made Beautiful by
using "Irene for the Complexion"
50 cents at Brown & Barrett's and O
Wanted: An energetic man to
manage branch office. Only a few
dohars needed. Salary to start $75
per month and interest in business
The Western Co., Kansas City, Mo.
Get a move on your secretions by-
taking "Kalrena for your Blood."
Cures the worst Skin and Blood
Disorders. Guaranteed by O. H.
Snyder and Brown & Barrett.
Why will you cough when Shi-
loh's cure will give immediate re-
ief. Price 10 cts, 50 cts. and $1
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Cc
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