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About Plattsmouth herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1893)
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PI. VlTSMnl Til ASS( Ol NTY. N llIUI AsK A. Til I'liSD AY. IT.mMWlIY :.. s. 5
IHA V. TO U F
1QTAVING made arrangements
iDLwith the Cincinnati Soap Co
to introduce their Soap in this city
we will sell their best American
White Castile Soap -two cakes for
Five Cents for a short time only.
Remember this is the best Castile
Soap in the Market and is to any
Ten Cent Cake of Soap retailed in
this city. Don't delay but lay in
your supply of Soap at once as the
stock on hand is limited.
il'E MUST HAVE MORE ROOM
.... AND IN ORDER TO GET IT
m WILL FOR THE
Make Prices That
Will Move Hardware.
YJLEAN NEW STOCK GOES
BURNED HARDWARE AT ANY PRICE
J. W. IIKNIJIiB c CO.
I vro ISAAC PEARLMAN'S
J Where you can -ct your house furnised from kitchen to
V i"" i" aim ui i -iisi iiTiiis,
mproved "Reliable Process" Gasoline Stoves.
call and in-: co.vi( i:d no ncon.i.i;
to snow coons.
'jr. SYDtY HiiGL.A, rrouv.r.i.r ol
; 'it'ior o? the iit.iny.irJ Mii-Jjiiok of l herapbutics, t'uiHu writes as follow-,;
.' I i in tin- er.r.-ful -.iilv-- -t fr . A i a n-a n mul ..tliet-., I inn t-,iii-.r, ttmt
i VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA
IN in n v.-nv iiiimi-nw t'i li'.J'h. ui ih.ai it i-. i.'iM.I"ii;y m..p nut rit tons Hum
,,lii r '"C...1.-. -! i, i-ei i. ui! I v "I'i. I"" ! ml hunly .lnj.-stii,!... Th.. iiiatutj.uis In mt
i.un nd vri i-einent - ( from Trade rivals) fi'mii inv inmk en Theruiieiitiosinv iui;e
nil .I'M-1 mi,', mi I i'.i i in. a i i t s' n ii v t i N 1 1' ill i'kn'm Ciiens."
'',,. ui.- r. fi ."..in cl VsN 1 1 1 ii' i kv'h ( 'orm is tUu rpri-tuuUy rolled, and Hi fwy
I ml 'i.irfu rili it ;,i i.u'v i'. is ' '"'vi 1 m ).',. I imv i.' a ivi'i lianil.tmnp lonlimnmnl. n
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
AT VERY BOTTOM PRICES
i nauillc tiif worlil re-
Baby Carri-iyes, also
Mpiiicmo rt University College, Lonrton,
H I 1 1
fi r -r-s i
MortonV Homo Cot. unit M.ulo
a Motri jra'olo Invent.
th: hatchet is bui;i!:d.
; A Pleasant Retirerua) 1 a e -Con'r-
nor Boyd .o. I His sdmlnistia
I turn Vli-wson P.itruniijH
I by Omh Posit cl.
N i: isK--; a, i'i tv, Ni-li., Feb. 'Jl.
l'ia-k.i Oty did itself proud to
day in welcoming; lioiiii' Hon. ,
Sterling Morton, secretary ,,f at-ri-cullure
in President Cleveland's
cabinet. The city was in Holiday
attire. I liix and hunting were
liberally displayed and houses
were closed. The receiption had
' ' carefully arranged. Long lie
fort' the arrival of the train n large
crowd had assembled at tin' depot,
which increased with every mom
ent. The gathering was entirely
nonpartisan. Republicans and
democrats were all anxious to
honor their distinguised fellow
citizens. Asthr train approached
the depot it was greeted with the
ringing of bells, shrieking of
whistles and music of hands. When
it stopped and .""Mr. Morton appear
ed on the platform he was greeted
with a wild burst of enthusiasm,
lasting several minutes. The tiro-
cession was formed, comprising
many hundreds of citizens on foot,
city officials and quests in carriage
civic societies and firemen, and to
the music of three hands the secre
tary was escorted up town. After
marching through the principal
streets a halt was made at the gov
ernment sipiare, where Mr Morton
made a few remarks.
He was evidently much altecled
by the demonstration in his honor,
and said he held this welcome home
Idyll above ol'licial promotion.
After the procession disbanded he
held an informal reception, reet
inirinauy old friends with In-arty
Never in the history of the state
has there been such a general re
joicing over an honor worthily be
stowed. That the people of Ne
braska City are proud of the honor
and its recipient was plainly set
In the afternoon about one hun
dred and titty Omaha visitors ar
rived and joined the celebration.
They came over the Missiouri Pa
cific in charge of . (). Phillips and
Dr. George J. Miller and other
prominent citizens. In the even
ing the opera house was crowded.
1 he exercises comprised speeches
and vocal and instrumental music.
Acting Mayor Chapman delivered
an address of welcome. Matthew
tiering, of Plattsinouth, was the
first speaker, making a biilliant
speech which was enthuiastically
received. Dr. Miller of Omaha was
greeted with applause. His tribute
to Mr. Morton was beautifully ex
pressed and evoked great applause.
A.J.jSawyer of Lincoln referred
to Mr. Morton's peculiar fitness for
the position, with a short sketch of
his early life.
Mr. Morton was then introduced
as Nebraska's first cabinet ollicer.
He said he had been the recipient
from the press of the state and
friends of so many flattering no.
tices that he entered upon hisduties
with some misgiv ings. If he dis
charged bis duties as well as Gov.
ernor Iloyd hail done in state mat
ters he would be satisfied. , l'or the
fust time in years his duties called
him away from scenes familiar for
years. He should always be glad
to meet Nebraska ns, mil as demo
crats, republicans and populists,
but as Nehra.-k ins. He was loudly
applauded. Tin- exercises closed
with tin- sinking of Aiin-rica, led
by Mr. Lombard.
Mr. Morton leases Monday
hi:M!'Si;v sl.i. t lvKS !i.lt..
I'l l l.-lll K';, I-'eb., :i. li.ul to the
aiiinunl of n,iM) was furiii -lied
this altei noon by District Ma-ter
Workman lluyh Dempsey, svln svas
nms ict i d of com jd icily in the pois
oning ol non-union men at Home
stead, and who svas again placed
under arre.-t on Monday. Hemps, .v
had applied lor a new trial. Sslves.
hr ( rilehlow, Jack Clillord and
Hugh O'Domiell. already acquitted
on one charge of M urder at Home
stead, weie a 1 -o reh'aced on lll.OcK)
bail. M ui - ,v i , riot, conspiracy and
treacon are the charges yet pend
ing against these men. The) may
b" I ne 1 i'.-t M i ,di and il iii t then
i ) Sepi, !!;: r. 'h,- rues
! Aer. wii.l h i- he. II i:i -i
j All-US'. !! I ' ' en !.i- I v. !;l ,,
I t ' 1 :.!.. . (I,, i- ,-). wiih in'!
' :rt I bad will be Iim ni-!ie.! bin I
ah ! N's i n.
Laud t'i ml nn --i. e ur I I 1 1 1 1 1 ; ) i f es
1 m'iii'iii.h lil.ele Hie sliani' ill--
I covers that tbei e are 1 ll'i mvIhiii. ot
land in the M;ir whieh teehnicalU
I are not in the slate as part of the
doiiiain. Is'eeeis in- ap 1 ieal ion
Iroiti a e,.tt leiii.ui who desired to
lease school land in the east pari ol
Deuel county he discovered that
the land svas not on his books. An
examiiation shosss a peculiar
state of affairs. I heeasten bound
ary of Deuel count v is bs law de-
! lined as the eastern line ol old
Cheyende counts , which is given as
an extension of the tsseuty fifth de
gree of west longitude, the eastern
boundary line of Colorado. When
Arthur. Grant ami Keith counties
adjoining were defined, it svas not
in accord, nice with the lasv making
the tsveiily fulh degree the eastern
boundary of Deuel, hence then- is a
narrow strip about two miles wide
now laying heUeen Deuel, Grant
and Arthur counties, which is not
in any of the three. It is a piece of
this strip which the applicant de
scired to lease. An extensian of
the twenty-fifth degree of
longitude as the true boundary line
cuts olf from Denrl about 10S sec
tions, and takes fioin Keithjeouuty
about thiry-eight sections. The
state osvns eleven sections
in the isolated strip.
Commissioner Humphrey knows
of no remedy unless it be a hui vey
of the twenty -fifth degree of longi
tudeora correction of boundary
lines by the legislature. It is sup
posed that a similiar error exists
farther north in Cherry county
along the west boundary.
The Marriage of M r. W. A. Cook
and Miss Lee Perry
The cosy home of I'eter Perry of
Light Mile Grove svas thronged
yesterday svith happy friends, the
occasion being the marriage of
their daughter Lee to W. If. Cook.
Hoth the bride and groom are too
well known to the people of Cass
county to need an introduction.
Jioth are among our most esteemed
At high noon as the sweet notes
of the wedding march were Hound
ed, the bridal party entered the par
lor when the ceremony was grace
fully and impressively performed
by Is'ev. Taylor Surface. The guests
then retired to the dining-room,
where a bountiful repast awaited
The bridesmaids were Miss
Lena Schr jeder.of Plattsinouth and
Miss Chrissie Youngof thisplaee.
The groomsmen were Mr. J. Cook
jr., and Mr. John Perry.
About fifty peisons were pres
ent to enjoy the occasion. The
happy couple were the recipients
ofa largenumberof useful presents
Among them were noticed the fol
lowing: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Perry, bed-r.-om
set, and table linens; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Cook, a set of knises, forks
and spoons; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Perry, set of silver lea spoons; Mr.
and Mrs. Darker, glass svater set;
Mr. ami Mrs. S. O. Cole, be. I spread
and towels; Mr-. Geo. Kilel. tsvo
chair tidi. s; Mrs. Albert Wcichel,
table spread;-Miss Lillie llartm.m,
tsvo linen towels; Mr. Will Irland,
s.-t of glass wire; Miss Chrissie
Young, si Is if pickcl castor; Mr. ami
Mrs. Charles Cook, one lio.en nap
kins; John and Glenn I'errv and
k'nli (ili'iiu, ii clock; Mi-s Nannie
Price, silver butler' knile. sugar
: spin, n and pickcl fork; Mr. and Mrs.
; Conk, si t id Hat iron-; Miss Lena
.-vhroe.ler. dresser scarf, Mr. and
i Mrs. W. D. Wheeler, table linen;
Mr. and Mr Waller Yallers , silver
' bulter knife and sugar spoon; Miss
i Laura Dou.Msl.-r, handkerchief;
I M r. S. Si'himia, carving set; IVail
I erry, a lamp.
! I he occasion was indeed a pleas
ant one, a in l nil- Ha pps pair start
on their way, under .-tinny skies.
Over I'M boiler svipers mi I helpers
struck this week at Galesburg for
an increase of wages from jT.lu to
fl0 per day. TheC, I!. A; O. offered
to pay .Tl.oO which the men refused
and new men are now being hired.
DEPENDENT'S GIVE UP
T!'i.'Ka:is:is i.Vpuul u ,fts G.Mn
Till: MIL!! 1A SENT HU',1 LI.
What M v;ht Have fiovU a Sen.ios
Cofillu.'t Heb. t;. en Frcs eou-ii
ard the h'e .ol i n:a us
Ha v h the Key .-..
TiI'I:K.. l-'eb. 17 The state troops
base been sent home, the armed
posse ol deputy shei a 11 s d isba nded
the republicans and populists base
laid doss n their anus and the svai is
The des elotnuents ol the day are
regarded on all side as a decisive
victory for the republicans. They
secure by the terms of the compro
mise undisputed possession of rep
resentative hall, in the capitol, the
main point for which they have
been struggling. The populists se
cure the privilege of meeting un
disturbed in some other place. The
populists say their house will go
right ahead making lasvs, no mat
ter what the courts may do. The
senatc will continue to recognize
the house and the governor svill
sign the bills passed In it. Should
they be declared invalid by reason
of having been passed by tin ille
gal house, then the populist say,
the blame will rest upon the courts.
Incase such a tliing.come to pass
the slate institutions, etc., svill have
to be closed.
Peace negotiations on the basis
of the propositions made by the re
publicans continued all of last
night and eliminated in a surren
der of their claim by the populists
The compromise provides for the
withdrawal of all shosv of force and
everything is to remain in statu
ipi. i till the courts decide the ha
beas corpus cases to be brought
through the arrest of the clerks of
both houses, to test the question of
which house is the legal one.
A memorandum of the agree
ment was sent to the republican
house by the govenor this morn
ing and adoped by it. It provides
for the possession of representa
tive hall by the republicans, the
populists to meet elsewhere, and
the sheriff to dismiss his deputies.
The plan of compromise was
adopted by i.ll parlies. The popu
lists have engaged quarters outside
the capital in which to meet.
The members of "the legal house"
as the republicans call themselves,
regard the outcome ol the dil'fmlty
in the light of a signal victory.
They have secured all that they
were contending for: The right to
meet and transact their business in
the hall of the house of representa
tives and reference of the question
at issue to the courts. Meanwhile
the populist house is on the out
side, but its members do not by any
means concede that they are
worsted. On the contrary, they
claim that the situation has re
turned to the original status and
this solely on account of their dis
inclination to mar the good name
of the slate by insisting on a
course that would iuvitably have
involved the shedding of blood.
Governor Lesvclling himself asserts
that In the maguaiiinity of the pop.
ulists in failing to insist upon their
legal rights is due alone the peace
able turn of alf.nrs. Thus both
sides tonight are vacifc roti-ly de
claring; " 1 he victory is ours."
The scenes in the hall alter the
agreement had been appros ed base
probably never been equaled in the
history ol a legislative assembly
l or lilts two hours the sixty nine
legislators had been prisoners in
the chamber. They had not par
taken ol but live scanty meals, and
when the lai-ing ,, ill,, state of
j siege svas declar.xl, they were car
ried asvay svith en thin asm. t )sa-r in
one corner an improvised quartette
stal led the "Star Spangled I tanner."
In the opposite coiner a group ot
soloin wrung ea' h other's hands to
the air of "Auld Land ,Sync." In
the midst ol the Uproar a sta Isv.u t
colored man mounted a chair be
hind the speaker's d.'-k and svas ed
the stars and stripes, ( the sight
of the bunting tie- Imu-e broke into
a terrific cheer that could be heard
aw. is across the state house yards,
and il wis repeated again and
again svith stamping ol leel and
beating of desks until the wiudosv
rattled in their frames.
Sherilf Wilkinson said: "There
had been sworn in all together
some 'J.iUM deputies. I il aihl it ion I
si.:u a yi:ak.
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,!";" slu t ie, of oii,,., e.iii'ii,, , .,;,.
111,1,1 ei I i,-.. a .' , ,,i 1 1 1 : on, , .. i ;,a t
u'"i! I I' ive ag..Meg.,!ed -l II., -I,
! 1 ! I i 1 : i 1 h.i ! lhe I cell :iee., d.
I ' l! -! .pi:!. I be lleee-s.il a g.iill I
''" -A' '"' in l.-'H men m a halt an
No: a man applied lor a
-:i::!e dol'.ir ,.r 1 i- -ers n e- and I
'il -i"l be ic.piired lo i --:ie a -i'i
''' " al l ant oii aec ,t o! lie si:. ire
I! '-J departuieni in preserving
the peace. As to Governor I esvell
h'g, I leg ud him a- a gentleman in
es ers te.-pecl. i! he is let ah. ne. He
vs. ml.- to d. n ight, bin unfortunately
for him-eil he h is happened, like a
good mans other people, to get bad
Hi igailer -General llittinger stat
ed toni-ht that Colnoel llughei
will be court-martialed for refus
ing to obey the instruct ion ,,f the
governor to eject (he republican.
It is not likely that court-material
proceedings against the other olli
eel will be instituted. The pres
ent trouble will no doubt be a
death blow to the Kansas Nation d
guard, which has so long been the
military pride ol Kansas.
The populist bouse remained in
session throughout the day at
trades assembly hall. A resolution
wasadopted declaring an adjourn
inent until April A, hut in thi the
senate refused to concur.
Itefore adjourning today the re
publican decided to reproduse the
scenes of today, the siege, barri
cade anb speeches and lunch in
Kansas building at the world'
lair, on ii day to be hereafter dii
iiiited. The participate will go to
Chicaga on a train cf special cars
and invite republicans of national
prominence to vvittness the rem
ai. AMI SII.V laV I'K'i Mil'lT.
Washington, lYh. ''d. The an
nual report of the director of the
mint for I S'.f! shows the value of
the gold product of the I'nied
States svii. .filit.uiMMXtd. about corres
ponding with average of recent
years. I'll;' product of silvtr wan
!W,(HrfU)i!0, ounce, of a commercial
value ol 5.7alUiHI, a falling oil of
:t:il),IK)il ounces from the preeeeding
year. I he amount of silver pur
chased by the government during
the year was ,i.r.".i,sJ7 line ounce,
costing J47.:i!l.'-".U.aii average of .NTbj
cents per tine ounce. Imoiu it ti,
itiU.'Jfa silver dollar were coined
during the yvar. The import of
gold aggregate .f H.liia.il.ili ami the
exports ,Ki.7:t.V'-H. a net loss of $."iS,
."iTD.aUI. The silver imports were
Ml. 4. .'. HIS and the exports t7,all,
The amount of money in cir
culation (exclusive of the amount
in the treasury) was 1 ,lil l,:i'Jl,7'i:i
January I. an increase of J IS,I.N,12
over rj.iM).HiKl in the jold product
of the world during the last calen
dar year, t l .f'J.OKO.ihxi from South
Africa. The total ilver product of
the world increased about T
ounces, occasioned chiefly by an
increase of lU b.Hou ounce in the
product of Mexican mines and 'J,
Hl I.IHKI in Australia.
l'ned Kvprytliliig Five Months. In
Three Weeks licit a Sear or l'iniple.
Cured by Cutlcnra.
Wln-n my lutiy w Uirec innnthn ol.l rhr-ck
Hint fiirrti,,i,l Im'kiiii to hreak out with ljili um
,li mi rfl mirtiue. In few dayn lutnnx i.un.
ini iici'ij, wliiib u terrible. AftiT he svuiiUI rn'i
It, nuittrr woul.l i,
frtun tliu puuil. In n
hurt tune il Hiit.'.'i'l
lllf tfij) Of III lll'H'l, 1). 'II
poulm noun fiirrni',1 i i
Jii'uil mul luce. S v n'' t
evi ry tiling ve i'. a. t
fir:ir cl lnr tifurly lie
. niniitlH. Il rt-w vi,i".i
' all tlif tiiiu. 1 p.e s ,'ir
ii'lv'rtii.-ini'tit ff th i i'-
TH i'iu Hi'MFiar" In "
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' ' 1 "r lo'lu. All r.'iiif.if Hfilol until I in e.-l
I li.niiiA. Cuti'it .i iar iiml hn rit'iin el ih.
I Mil-. A. At. WAI.Kl.lt, y'urfwtivilie, w.
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