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About Plattsmouth herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1893)
STADF.LMAlNN BLOCK, MAIN ST.
JUST BEFORE LENT.
The Doings in Societies For
the Past Week.
AN ENJOYABLE WEEK.
The Younit as Well as the Old Soencl
Several Pleasant Evnmtf8 at
Curds and Dancing - Othor
Myrtle Levins w:ih liftccti years
old last Wednesday and in honor of
tin-event she jjave a party ai her
home corner of Ninth ami Pearl
streets. A larc number of hand
some presents were n'ivcn tlie youno
lady. After luncheon the visitor
went the round of the social pleas
urea and retired tfay and light
hearted at u late hour. Among
those present were: Jennie McKI
wain, Minnie White, I'la Patterson,
llattie McCroskey, F.tta Martinan,
llertha Kennedy, Maud Katoti, An
na I'olloek, Mary Davis, Mand
Mau.y, Cora Walker, Clara Walker.
Kthel Dutton, Grace Taylor, Olga
Martin, Laura (Jaitlt. Lily Mathews.
F.dith HukkcII, Florence Whitf.May
Haird, Kli.aheth Waugh. Lizzie
Kikenhary, Kose Winterstein, l.uhi
Smith. Kitty Agnew, Myron Klsoti.
Kay Wiles. Carl Fricke, Deinniy
lliatt. Hilt Wesoott. Jake Hrcken
feld, Kalph White. Clyde ami C.er
ald Drew, Dick Wangh. Don and
Callie Atwond. Perry Agnew, King
Wise, Koy Kirtipntrick, John Heeson
Koy Dodge, I.nt. Vallery, Johnny
Kennie, Kthel and Alii e Dovey, Iler
tha White, Clara Dnirmnoml, Alice
Shipinan, llattie McMakett, Charley
Patterson, Kay Patterson, Nellie
Smith, Ida Siedcnstricker, Flla and
Sperry Kutfner, Philis Pea roe, Cap
pie Hlack, Algie Johnson, Nellie
Leonard. Hcrtic llennet, l.oii White,
Till Vallery, Anna Sullivan, llalsey
Duke and Frank I.evings.
A Social Time
Tom and Maggie Mapes last
Thursday evening entertained a
few of their friends in a most en
joyable manner at their home on
Marhle street. The evening was
spent in social conversation until
half past ten when light refresh
ments were served. Those present
were Nettie Waybright, Margaret
Davis, Hlanche Kennedy, (irace
llritt, Alice Wilson, Jeannie Mar
shall and Maggie Mipes and Gen.
Spnrlock, (letn-ge Anderson, C. S.
Polk. Clitl Wescott, Huh lirnwiic.
Clark Wilson and Tom Mapes.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murphy gave a
llightive party to a few triends last
week, and all who were present re
port a pleasant time, Mrs. A. C.Ciass
and Mr. J. F. Wallingtou carried olf
the prizes, a silver souvenir spoon
and a morrocco hound copy of
Scott's poems. Those who enjoyed
the festivities of the evening were:
Mess.-rs and Mesdames A. C. ( lass ol
Pacific Junction, J. F. Wellington,
F. J. Morgan. D. C. Morgan, T. II.
I'olloek, K. W. Cook. F. W. l.ehuliotl
W. K. Fox Frank Dickson and Mjron
Saturday was the thirU -seventh
anniversary of the natal day ot
Mrs.Jacob Kepple.aud in coiiimcuin
ratiou of the event a large number
of that lailys' friends were invited
to appropriately oliserve the day.
The hostess was presented with h
handsome hanging lamp, given
as a token of the esteem hi which
she is held; anil wished very many
happy returns of the day.
To Whom It May Concern.
.,itiivi herein given that the innlrr
signed luive liled with the village clerk of
the village of t uion. Nel,ra-ka, 1 1 1 r i r ;i ,
liliciitiuii for a drimnist 1 1 1 1 i 1 to ru'll malt
Ppiritoits and vinous I iipiors for medicinal
nifchanicul and chemical purposes in III,'
1 illiUje of 1'nion. Xeluaska.
I Nl DICl C. I'll.,
Per f. '. Iavi.
I Banks May Fail
JOE REMAINS THE GREATEST CLOTHIER
PEOPLE AND AFFAIRS.
J as. W. Sage last week bought
Kohert Carlisle's farm of UK) acres
in Stove Creek precinct for fa.tiU)
and gave a house and lot in this
city as part payment valued at $1,
IDO. Ch'o. K. Dovey, Wm. I,. Harris and
Ivlgar Perry liled an injunction last
week restraining K. W. livers, re
ceiver from selling certain laud to
satisly a mortgage held by A. H.
Todd and others.
Henry Horn and family left last
week for a visit with relatives in
Jnlin (1. (ieorge. a Custer county
fanner cleared SfjtK) last year on a
ipiarter section of land, and yet the
poor farmer is taxed to death.
A defective flue caused a small
blaze and the lire ladies to be called
out last Thursday noon. It was dis
covered that the lire was in a house
belonging to Mrs. Wintersteen in
the fourth ward, the lire was put out
before any serious damage was
W. II. Deariug, clerk of the dis
trict court, last week filed an appli
cation with Judge K'ainsey asking
for the appointment of D. C. West
of Nehawka as guardian of Theo
dore Khinehart, wtio was adjudged
insane about three nionthn ago and
sent to the insane asylum .it Lin
coln. Miss Lizzie Wright of Dallas
Center Iowa, who was elected to the
position of teacher in the Grammer
department, arrived last week and
reported for duty. She takes the
place made vacant by the ap
pointment of Miss Alice Wilson to
the priucipnlship of the new Nineth
J. C. Petersen sold his meat
market last Thursday to Kd. Han
sen, who has been in Mr. Petersen's
employ for the past three years.
Mr. Petersen will travel as salesman
lor the Swift Packing Co., of Omaha.
Tilt: IlDKAl.h is the best adver
tising medium in Cass county for
it is read by the most people and of
a better class than any other paper
in Cass county.
(I'-orge Kuby and Coon Vallery
broiigh a crazy man in town Satur
day who is a Kussian Pole, his
name is not know n but he is a dan
gerous crazy man, he was locked
up in tin-jail with two other priso
ners and at dinner time he got hold
of a knife and tor a little while he
made things lively lor the priso
ner also for the fheritf. the hose
had to be turned on lii.i, before he
was subdued. An envelope on his
person was addressed to Nicholas
llerek, Omaha- lie had SI't in cash
Prof, liaise). - little boy is,tiitc
sick with diptheria.
Irene illiams slipped and fell
last Saturday evening while walk
ing down the lliih Shoul hill and
sprained her left ankle.
lames Walslrom of Kock Itlntls
died last Thursday of Kright dis
ease of the kidneys. He wacigh-ty-three
ears old. Mr. Walstrom
has re.-ided in Cass county for tl e
past lt;t eaisand was known all
over the count) , lite tuneral was
held on Friday afternoon and the
remains laid at rst in the K'ock
Last Friday morning as M, S.
Itriggsand family were at break
fast, the paper on the wall upstair
caught lire from the Move pipe and
the smoke coming down warned
the family of the danger they were
in. Mr. Hriggs rushed upstairs
with a bucket of water and put the
tire out before any material damage
wi:i:klv iikuald: plattsmoi tilm-ukaska,
.X-XTZjZ. "COSTS zc
LIKE TIKE AND HIS
THE RAILWAY MEN LOSE
Justice Fox Decides Eighteen
THOSE CONTEMPT CASES.
Omaha Furnishes a Oueer Case
William Brensley Austin Loses
His Mind and is Confirmed
in the Poor House
Justice Fox handed down hi de
cision Saturday in the eighteen
suits in which the Plattsmouth
railroad men were garnished by W.
K. Fraser. In every one of them a
judgment was entered against the
railway men. The following .ire
the names of those against whom
jt.dgiuents were rendered: C. K.
Duke, Charles) M. Foster, Jas. Pine,
W. ILMallick, Jacob Ilouck, L. A.
Newcomer, J. Dawson, L. K. Karnes,
ti. W. Thomas, C. L. Mitchell. I'. I).
Harr. lv. K. Weiuick, Frank Vermil
yea, Charles Kinnainon JIC. Tidd, !.
L, Twissler, F. Kanlish and M. Cross
The repeated continuances, witness
fees and other expenses connected
with the trial had run up a large
.till of costs which will have to be
paid by the defendants, together
with the amount f their respective
It was in connection with the trial
of these case that Justice Fox,
linrd Woolley and Dwyer for con
tempt of court. The contest case
ulso canii! up for a decision. Attor
ney Wooley was present and put in
another request for mercy, asking
the court to make the records read
as if the objectionable affidavit had
never been liled, but his request
was denied, and Wooley paid his $.1
and costs rather than go to jail.
Dwyer, on the contrary, did not
show up at all, so that the judg
ment of the court could be visited
A Queer Case.
Win. Mrensley Austin who disap
peared from his home in Omaha on
December tith has been located in
the Douglas county poor house and
the following is an account as pub
lished by the Dec:
The blotter at the central police
station shows that near the hour ol
midnight on December tith, an in
dividual was arrested who gave his
name as Wm. ISrensley. He was
booked a hav ing "snakes" and the
city physician called and the man
was sent to the county jail, where
he remained until the 1Mb, when
the insanity comniissoti ordered
him sent to the poor farm.
A list in declares that he arrived in
Omaha on the day he was arrested
that he was met by three men on
his way up town who robbed him of
a watch and his overcoat. He
followed them until the policeman
caught him. He declares that he is
kept in the institution that the rela
tives of Austin may secure some
valuable property that was left to
him in Ireland "upon the death ot
I'pon every subject except the
one regarding his connection with
Austin he (talks rationally as any
man can, but when that is brought
up he declares that A list in is dead
and that he is Wm. Mrensley.
"Would you like to see your wile
ami biivsr" was asked.
In reply he said he would like to
see anybody as it would v ary the
. Shortly alter this Mrs Austin was
notified that her husband w as at the
poor farm. Mrs. Austin and child
ren hastened to the scene.
When the party entered the room
Austin gazed from one to the other
and then in a low tone of voice he
remarked to t he attendant :
"I wish you would tell me who
these people are':"
The poor woman being unable to
conceal her feeling, broke down and
PH!GES PLEASE THE
COUNTY TREASURER'S SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT.
From July 1, 1892 to January 1, 1893.
Mate Kcucial funil
Stale siukiiiK fund
State school liiml
State univrrsitv In ml
State relief funil
State reform school fumi . ..
State iust, feel.le miiiileit fumi
State penitentiary fund . .
State insane funil
Stale live stock anil iiiijeiiuiit v
State school mii principal. ..'
State school laud interest .
State school land lease..
i ounty lieneral fund ',
l mint y l.ridire fund
C ounty siukiiiK fund ..
t ounty poor fund ' .
I utility railroad liond fund.
I ounty court house fund.
I ounty soldiers relief fund,
t oiiuly advertising fund
I ounty road fund
District road fund ... .
District school loud
District school house fund
District school houd fund ..
I I'm hers fund
Katon jinlijinent fund
t. ounty insane fund
South lieu, precinct houd
l.oiiisville precinct liond fund
1 latttinoiitli precinct hund
I hittsuionth citv fund
eepiuir Wtereit v houd fund
souti, n,.M( Vjue fund..
(.reeiiwood village fund
Louisville villane fund
A voca vilhiKe fund
Klinwood villaf fund
haute village fund
J moti village fund
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wept like a child, while the little
boys looked into the eyes of their
father, hoping that he would speak
Recovering her composure to
some extent, Mrs. Austin asked;
"William don't you know me?"
Austin looked her straight in thi
eves and said:
"I can't say that I do, though you
do look something like Mill Austin's
wife did the last time I saw her, but
that was y ears ago.
One of the little boys went up to
him and put his arms around his
"Papa don't you know me':"
The poor man put the little fellow
from him andcarefiilly scrutinizing
his face answered: "You do look
something like Mill Austin's boy
did the last time I Haw lilm tint tl, it
was years ago."
The wife and children then re
traced their steps homeward and
with heavy hearts.
We can Savn You Money.
We wish you would always re
member that we can save you
money on di ngs, paints, oils, wall
paper, etc. We carry a clean, new
complete stock of goods as you will
generally find in a first class drug
Our drug department is com
plete in evil) detail, and we can
make it an object lor you to deal
Our Wall Paper and Paint de
partment is larger than ever ami
you know our reputation lor bar
gains in this line is such that can
not be cijtialed by any one in Cass
county. Ilh'uvv.x A MAKkliT'l'.
Druggists, Plattsmouth, Nel,.
Hold it to the Liillit.
I'he man w ho tells you conlident
i illy just what will cure your cold
is prescribing Kemp's Malsam thi
year. In the preparation of this
medicine for coughs and colds no
expense is spread to combine only
the best and purest ingredients.
Hold a bottle of Kemp's Malsam to
the light and look through it no
tice the bright, clear look; then
compare w ith other remedies. Large
bottles at all druggist, .TOc and $1.
Anna K'ussell of Weeping Water
visited in the city Sunday.
A good improved Wit acre latin
in Cass couniy. Ink' S.M.K at i;.sv
TKk'MS. Apply to J. M. I.eyda.
'Crown cimikIi cure warranted to cure
t7 Uruwii Ac Uarret.
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Leave orders for hair chains at K.
G. Dovey & Son or Frank Carruth's
Wa.TI:i Agents to sell our
choice and hardy Nursery Stock
We have many new special vari
ties. both in fruits and ornamentals
to olfer, w hich are controlled only
by us. We pay commission or
salary. Write us at once for terms,
and secure choice of territory.
May likOTHKK. Nurserymen.
Rochesttr, X. Y.
Try tlie"Criwii" cmiKli cure. Itrown A
Barret guarantee it.
Bright Acontu Wanted Quirk t Soil
Written hy Mr Maine's ,,,st intimate
tf-THE OFFICIAL EDITION...?
TheoNl.v work KMioksiai l,v 'iee I'res
orton Att'y lien. Miller, f'rivate Sec.
Ilallon . hfi-. l-oster and a host of ot lier
ol .Mr. Illames ci U.I.Kii I Ks, CAIIIVKToi-1-tCKKS
SK A TOR-. Ac; hence will outsell
any and all others -'I K in ol-;
1 A 1 1 Is si M I'l. V IMMKs.:, Don't waste
tune on Uleap John catch pennv I ks
t n't t he oi-'Hci A I. work and lii;s llks
hy w ritinu ol Ii K l.v to
lU IIUAWD I'l l), id.,
II wa and l.i en-l St. I.ouis.
S. IC. UALLSOX
. . . . M Wl l- AC'l I KfKk'S OK ....
Tin, Copper and heet
Country Work Attended to
- - - - ON ,siK'T OTICI-.
(1V.K rs A CALL.
COKfNKK SIXTH AM. I'KVKI. ss.
Attokxhy- vi Law
I! A. N. Sl'LI.IVAN. ;:
Will Mivcspei ial attention to nil hnsin,,-,
entrusted to him
Ol KICK -Cnion HliK k. - I'Littsmouth
13 W jn
OLIVER-& R A.MGE,
I'k'oi kii-.'ioh's oi- i ii.;
I bis Firm do their own Killing and
use nothing but Cass County
Cattle and Swine.
FRESH and SALT MEATS
Always on hand.
I'nl'XTk'Y I'k'ODl l K Sl tH As
POULTRY, BUTTER & EGGS
inn 'cut A.D soi.ii,
NATIONAL : BANK
UK I'l.AT'l SMOlTM. NKUNASKA.
Paid up capital
Oilers the very l est facilities fur
the prompt transaction of
LEGITIMATE BANKING BUSINES,
Sl OCkS. hoiuls, Kohl. Koverninerit and
local securilii's houlu and sold. De
posits recieved and interest allowed on
the certilicales. Drafts draw n, availahle
in any part of the f. S. mid all the princi
pal towns of l-.iiropi'. Collections made
and promptly remitted. Iliuliest market
price paid for county warrants, state and
John I'ituerald D. Mawkswiirlli
S. Uaunh. I-. I-. W hite. N.K. Dovey.
lohn l-11.ui'rald. I'res. s. VmiK!i, Caslhr
Fresh, Salt and Smoked
Meats of all kinds.
J MAKK the best of all kinds of
sausages and keep a good supply
constanty on hand. Call and see.
MAKKKT ON SIXTH SIKKL'T,
lletween Main and IViirl
T.J. THOMAS & SON
I'k'OI'k'IKTOk'S ok THK
FSl?. Salt ard Smoked
M KA I S ()!' ALL KINDS.
Headquarters : for : Poultry.
camp: or all kinds
North Sixth-sl., Opp. Postoffice
JOHN A DAVIKS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olliee in Cuion Diook
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WANTED Wid-awaUe win-kers ever..
a I'm.an.-aana.m.ili.OF THE WflRl W
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