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About Plattsmouth herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1893)
wr.r.iav iikuam): im.attsmoitii, xkiuiaska, maupii
(f h HowlingSuccess.
5.-"- r& C!"A
Si liJ Owes
Sii yHERll .
IT IS PURE , UNADULTERATEDiAND FOR
RAPID Cleansing Pawfr ha writ-mm
IT IS INVALUABLE IN rlTCHEN & LAUNDRY.
Sold by all grocers.
RAILROADJ' ME TABLE.
HI KUMHO.N JUtllsSOl ltl IllYUi It, It.
(JOINCI WliST- Depart
Fiver No. 1 .. 3:i a in
I Passenger No 3 3HS p m
l'ussonger Nn f ' a in
Passenger Nu 7 5:17 p in
Passenger To It, ia Louisville 4:liipin
t . I'ussenger No HI 7:15 a in
Freight No Hit, via Louisville a m
Freight No""), to South Omaha... (haOa in
Flyer No 2 .'. 5:17 p in
Passenger No 4 in attain
Passenger No ii, !'.!:' u in
k Passenger .No s 7:41 p m
Pussenger No 10 !':4fi u in
MISSIU III PAllHC HUI.IIOAII.
No. 1 r : 47 a. i'i.
No. 3 :i:4li p. in.
Kit. 137 4:00 p. in.
GOING SOUTH -
No. 2 II :05 u. in
No. 8, flyer '-':14 p. in
No. l'JU freight :."ii "
rA8S CAM I' No. 332 M. W. A. meets every
fectiud and fourth Monday cv--iilngs In
Fitzgerald hail. isiling u.-ightior welcome.
t.V. Hiineeu. V. V. : 1'. rtelteiiOemer, W. A.,
B. U. Wllue. Clerk
f)Uf)HK OK THK Wdltl.ll, Meetn Bt 7:.t0
every Monnay evening at the (irand Anny
hall. A. K. (iiooiii, nrenideiit, Thos Walling,
A O V W NoK-Mcet tirst and third Kri
day eveniiiK of each month at 1 O O K
hall, Frank Verinylen M V; J Ji linrwick,
GA. lt.MeConlhle I'oet No. 45 inei ts evi'l j
iiMlMay evonlliif at 7 : 30 in I heir Hall in
llockwnod Mnek. All visiting coimados are
cordially Invited to : ect with un. Fred Hatei,
Pont Adjutant ; l. f . Niles, I'iih I ominadder.
L'NKillTS )K I'YTHIAS-Gauntlet Lodt'
No-47. Meets every Wednesday eve
ninu at their hall over Helmet Ac Tutt'", all
viwitinn knights are cordially invited to
attend. M N Grillith, C C: Otis Dovey K of
K and S.
A O V v No M Meet second and fourth
Friday evenings in 1 he month at lu
O F Hall. M ondran, M V, K 1 Hrown,
lAVUt.HTKKS lf HKHKt'i'A- hnd of 1'ioiu
I e I. mine Nil. 4 iiieetn the seeoinl aim
fourth T'hnriily evenings of i-.ich montli in
the 1 o.O. r. h:ill. Mi. T. K. William-. N
(i. ; Mr John Coijt, S 'OHM uy
fKGh'Mv OF IIONOK-Meet the first
" a i id t hird Thrursihi v evenint; of eaeh
month in 1. ( . O. F. hall', Hiterald liloi k.
Mrs. Addie Smith, Wmiliv Siieruf Honor
Mrs. Niinnie Hurkel, si-ter secretary.
DECKKF, OF HONOR -Ivy lodye. .No. 13
meets tirst and third Thursdays of
each month in K. of I. hall, Stella 1 rav
er, sister secretary.
I' LACKS OF WOKSilll'.
C.VTihii.ic.-St. I'aiilN l Imreli. :ik. to tween
fifth and Sixth. Father rainey, I'astor
Serviee : .V'is :it inn in :3n a. M. Sunday
School at 2 :3(, Willi beiiedieiion.
C'lt is isi ian. -Comer l.jeust and l'i;liili stf
Seivlees niornlni: and i-ei.ii. hm r A
Galloway pastor. Sunday Seln-ul hi a. m.
Col.DHKI) ISA I-1 1ST. Mt. (HtVe, I ilk, between
Tenth anil Klexeiitli liev. A. I'oMttell. pas
tor. Services 1 1 a. ill. and 7 : in p. iii. 1'ravei
ini'i'timi V ediiesilay I'n uint:.
Ol'Hl INlKN's CHItlvlMN Aksiii'IAII iN
llooins ill v atennaii block. Main street, tins-
pel iiieeunn, for nn ii only. even Sunday nf
tenioon at 4 o'clock. Hoono' open week dujt
i.-oiu r:.i a. in . i:i : ,ie p. 1,1.
IilMH"ol,Ai,.- St. I,uk" uliineb, corner Third
aim Vine. Itev II IS. jlm paclor. Ser
vices : 11 A. M. a (17 :3liv it. Sunday School
Kt 2 :30l'. St.
Fik.ht MnilOPlsr.-Slxth St.. betwen Mam
and Pearl. Kev. h. V. hritt. Ii. II. nastor.
Services : 11 A, t,, 8 am v. m Siuida School
9:3u a M. I'rnyrrnieetii.)! Wednesday even
Inc. tiKUMA.N I'liKsnvTRitiAN. Corner Main and
Ninth, liev. Wllte, pastor. Services usiuil
hours. Sunday school n :3il A. m.
, . WfTWIOMT8, eto
' VS. lo'rmaiinn ana Tree Ilsnrtbook wrltBto
11 J1 . '1 KhoaiiwaT. Niw Yoiiit.
tllilent bnreau for socurlnit patents In America.
fjotj patent taken out hr ts broiidlit before
lite publio by a uotioe (iiveu free ol charge lu tba
Z'Auei m .
taroest elreiilatton of any nclontlfle pnper In the
ZZ. I1!!. tl"l"ly.Hatrt(l. N Hit,. Hir.-tit.
mn shnuln bewltboui It. Week I v it no
-an ILillnH moutlis. Aitdnwi. At f 'NN h CO.
I'imuMums, atil ilroadway, Mew lork City.
CLUBBING LIS f.
The Herald and
" " mid
. " and
(.'osuiopolitaii - S.'1'in
Ameitcan l-'armer . l.hii
Harpers Mauazine - 4 Ml
Harpers Weekly -Harpers
ll.iz.ir - 4.7;,
Harpers V011114 People ll.no
" " iind
"t " mid
", " and
I oledo Hlude - 2 2."i
Century . . o.eo
St Nil hulas .
Ilemmest Mattnzine - 3.U0
trane Judd Farmer 4.2.1
Western Kurnl . l.M
(ilolie liemocrat 2.W
New York Triliune 1.73
Sclentifio American ,
IP3P)A !?..? rO
its reputation A
pick Headache and rollov all the troubles fnefr
dent to a bilious state nf the system, suon a
Ilzzlnms, Kauatia, DrowsiuiMS, Distress after
catliiR, 1'aln In the Htilo, fto. While tUeirmaat
pemarkahle success has boeu shown lu cuilDg
Headache, yet CaiWe Little Llvcf PltU ate)
equally valuablo in Constipation, curing ami pro
ven ting tliisannoylnKCoiuplaiut, while thnyalia
Jiver and regulate Uio bowels, Kvtmiftlieyoilly
Acliatbey w onld bealmoatrirloelii)to thnsewho
Buffer from thUdiHtretminKcoiniilnlnt; butfortu
Uotely tticlrgooduewid(MBuotoud liera,andtbos
trhoonce try thorn will find these llttlo pilla valu
tible In io many ways that they will not be wit
liogtodo without them. But after allakk bead
flatliebaneof aomnnyllyos that horo I whflre
iwemakeouriiruatboaat Our pillacureltwbila
Othera do not.
Carter's Little Llvor Pills aro Tory umall anil
very easy to tuko. One or two ptlla make a dose.
They are itrictly viinetahlo and do not gripe or
Iuri!e, but by their gcntlo action please all whu
UseUiOui. In vi:ilHti5c(.iits; fivefor$l. Sold
by druggiaU every whuro, or tout by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., Now York.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
' (. I ' '' 'T'i
" K'y,, jiftf
For AU'liinson, St. Josepli, I.eavi'ii
worth, Kfinsas City. St. Louis,
iind nil pointPtic'tli, cast
smitli or west. Tick
ets sold and liar
to a ii y
St a ton or
INFORMATION AS To K'A Tl
Call at Depot or address
L C. Towxsuxh,
C-. 1'. A. St. Louis, Mo.
J. C. l'liif.r.ti'j'i,
A. O. l A. Omaha.
H. I). ,i';.k. A j;t., I'lattsjuouth.
Tin; IIi-k'ALU is tlie Hest and Must
Reliable Family Paper I'nli
lished in Cass County
ONLY $1 50 PER YEAR,
1 he Great English Itemedy.
Promptly and permanent-
J. "ii iiirinnni ivreotif
1 ' .M,.-.-,if,ifl. nr7-
ttnrrlwn. ftiituif........ fl...ln;f
.j.. ..a .y i,i,r tr ..rci tern.
Pern prcKcribcrt river S5
years In tlmiinml of canon;
ft ifrtiWno t-Noien, Auk
-wuruKK lor OODS I'HOM-
Utfort aneMfttr. i hodiiik; If be offers somo
. ,n. ,T j. . wiinoiess mediciuo In p are
ef tills, leave Ms dishonest store, Inclose price In
letter, and we will suud liy return mall. I'rtee.otie
paekiute. 1 Blx, $X one vill plea,; ulr irillluie.
Jampliletln plfttu seali-d envelope, a stamps.
Address THK WOOII ( III MICA I, CO..
till UlkMlwiiril BV.III1IH. I11.I-..11 ,11. .V
I .. , .vvlw, IHIWH.
tlTHoM lii 1 'lattsmoiltll hv OeriinrA-
Co.. F. Krieke & Co., Hrown A
11. Mivder atiij drtiee ists
Mymtie Lite Renovver.
This wonderful Health Jhtilder
anil CotiHtitution Restores ii indeed
a veritahle rcnewer of life; because
it possesses such marvelous powers
to cure all forms of Failing Health,
rtidi irestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous
Diseases, Heart Affections, Female
Weakness, Hroken Constitution and
ullwastitiff diseases. livery bottle
warranted to ffive saliafaction or
money refunded Free bottle at F.
0. FrlckeA Co., drujrjyists, IMatts-mouth.
? IVER IZjii
risn - Hf! -h irr
t'uWiicil In Court.
Pel i,i KefLTau vt as lier liamp. $in wu
rlfty perliaru, n-nl years of .INslpaMon h;i,
Ii ihli ii. d In r mis,., lnieiii il tier Imir, Inaile
loese luli'.s anil wrinkles un,l,.r lier ye
nn I draw 11 deep lines in lt r f,,,.,..
Mill hhe I1.11! never fallen so low In form
is to he lines;, ,1 ami .spend H liiu-ht in the
MMi.'ti Ionise wiUi females worse lb.au
S, when, slip MoihI before Justien Kjiin
in a New V,.i k city p. 1 1, -e court that muni
int.'. vlie t r.-iii I.U-,1 and clutched the irou
rai.mu desperately. he ionl I ti put out
if the wretched Ij., I,. ,., 1,1,. , ..I,,.,,, ,
eujiii d in a hi;: tenement house on West
rprtietli si r el -In en thiovvii mil mi the
sidewalk while tliiitik. The woman of
whom she had hire, I the 11.0111 li.id colno to
the police court to see thai Pelni was pill)
isiicil lo the utmost , xl it nf the law.
"1 1 have never been nrrcs'ed before,"
said Delia in a hesit aline, scared tonu.
Then the other women told the justieo
that Delia hud heeii put out of several
places for drunkenness
"Three months" said the just ii,
As Delia, heard tlx words she put her
hand to lier head and sank noiselessly to
"Come, carry In r out," said the roumls
man in charge of the court aipiad, and
five policemen pick tiptlie faintitie; wnmnu
and carry her hack into the pen, wher
she. comes back to painful eousciousnesa
Ml too noon, ami the wheeU of justie
move on wit hone a break.
I'rotectlou fur th Aut Bear.
An effort is to bemrtdu In Cape Colony to
prevent the threaUneil exteroiiiiHtiou of
Unit curious but useful (piudrupcil, tht
aardvark, or aut bear, which is one of tht
very best friends of the white colonists, al
tliouKh they Jiavn only lately been induced
to believe it. lu food ia the whit aut,
which does enormous mischief tothecrnpa.
Acninst these pests the bear whk'ch cease.
less warfare. diif;iii out their nests mid
destroying them in countless number.
Unfortunately the natives are especially
fond of aut bear meat, which resembles
very kooiI quulity of pork, and also hunt it
for its hide, which in worth about four
dollars in the market. Time, however,
is already beKinnind to work out the
ardvurk'a revenue. The white ant isin
creanlriR with ominous rapidity and tht
farmers' associations are in a state of cod
siderahle alarm. They are demnndiiiK pn
taction fur tlie ant bear, ami that liarmlesa
:realure may yet survive to enjoy a season
If (reat prosperity and peace.
A Motlier'a Search.
A neatly dressed old lady giving her
jmne as Mrs. (ianlniT arrived in llrazll,
l;l., the other lnorniiiK in search of her
son, Kdward Trolley, who, she said, wan
stolen from In r by his stepfutber in 1HT5,
from Hillsburo, Ills., where tliey were then
liviiiC. Since that time she has done notli.
inc but wander from plncetoplace lu search
if him. In every town she visit slie tnakea
t thorough bouse to house and shoptoshop
canvass in onler to lie sure that she has not
jverlooked him. f?hi Hays that she liui
pent :.'(i,000 lookinj; for ths boy. She. left
LAUGHTER AND HEALTH
AcTorditip; to the census of lS'.K),
Chicago takes rank, by virtue of her
population of 1 ,1 iys,r7t peojile, as the
einhth larcfcst city on the tflobe.
Most of us desire, at one time or
another, to visit a city in which so
many persons litid homes, and,
when we do, we can find no better
line than the "H111 iino;ton R ute."
Three fast and comfortable rains
daily. For further informal ion ad
dress the ao'ent ()f the company at
this place, or write to J. Ftair.'is,
(ieneral Passenger ami Tit ket
Ao'ent. Omaha, Nebraska.
fur counterfeits, imitations, and
substitutes, represented as "emiine
but sold at less than regular prices
by dealers in medicines not author
ized tu sell Dr. I'ierce's ocm,j,u.
To j;uard against Jfraiul and im
position, the makers of Dr. Pierce's
oeu, line medicines now sell their
wot Id-framed remedies only
throtioli druro;js,tS( uthori.ed as
aye tils, and under a positive i;uar
antee of ienefit or cure, or money
refunded. Authorized nt-cnts onlv
can, under these reinilations, furn
ish Dr. I'ierce's ientiine uiedicines,
which always have been, are, and
always will be.sobl at the followinir
Dr. I'ierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery (the remedy for all diseases
arisino-from a torpid liver or im
$1.00 per bottle
Dr. I'ierce's favorite prescription
(the remedy for women chronic
weakness and derangements) f 1.00
Dr. I'ierce's Pleasant Pillels (the
original and best little liver pills)
o- ctM)tH I)(,r vi!il
The genuine guaranteed medi
fines can be sold only at these
prices. Hut they're the cheapest
medicines sold, because you pay
only ior the good you. get, The
money is refunded if they don't
bent-lit or cure.
On these terms, will it pay you
to take any risk:
We have sold lily's Cream Malm
about three years, and have recom
mended its use in more than a htin
dred special cases of cattarrh. The
unaniinousanswer to our inquiries
is, "it's tht best remedy that I have
ever used." Our experience is, that
where parties continued its use, it
never fails to cure. -I. JI. Mont.
grotnery, Co., Druggists, Dernrah,
When I began using .;iy-8 (,-,. iim
Halm my cattarrh was so bad I had
lieadach the whole, time and dis-
charged a large amount of lilthy
matter. I bat lias almost entirelv
disappeared and I have not had
lieadach since I. 11. Summers
'Itiuuiiitl I runii.euc.
My fath r. .Vr. A. C. Kitu: of Lo Rot.
Pis.. V.,. ..
I'l'i sli.i 1 v
was siip n-v.
tin tu'il ;o 1
ill li.iies u.
i" !. w i: !i l:i !.Tij'ii in .lan
n ti." -I'lu 1 was sent br
1'' 1 ' s. vi sal days until lie
ii it l: O.l il. 1 till II lis
.' '.j.'.t . 1 h i tar, Ills., si -1 1 it
.4 my brnl lu r L.b
eiety day mul if
' or toll ..l llili tuo.
le't' I'S CMlo' 1'.
! hil'-i l:i ..-.: bv
war.l lo wu
tirec try t. 1.
I'.'f ;-.i:t'.' :.'i !.
larly iv;. r
rin'li ! .:i v
1 ,. i-r,:.
l:te en 'nr.; 1
1 o:u'iui : .1 1 .
liat at ol ll ...I
ine I y v rii ..1;;
; t 1
"I t ue 1 11 'I ol' I Vb. -ii., 1
1 at I Wi. t.1,1 11 y thu 1 :, , , ; i
,i,..- luvi her r.dward w 1 1.0
1;; t him :nt. then tevripg
r. as su-r-j.'sted by Marli
rper's, 1 wrote the letter,
11, 'Pear Brother I'.dwui'd
ti,i tin' h ;
'l w niii i'i 1!
- I hf.ppose Ill-it no news Is ;;inul Hews,
as if all were nut well you would w rite."
After 1 had written the letter 1 con
cluded that I would st ti,l it, as, it' the
mind influence bad at fed Upon Ldwafd
by my writing the letter, the wilding
thereof would not interfere with it. He
would receive it the next day. At 7
o'clock on tin-morning of Feb. Hi, 1 re
ceived a letter from Kdward, dated the
lath, saying: "Dear Brother James 1
have not w ritten you for several days,
because 1 have had no bad news to re
port. Recollect, no news will be good
news." As near as we can learn, he
wrote this letter at the Haino time that 1
was writing to hitn. Is (he fact that his
thoughts, and even words, were tho
same aN mine a mere coincidence, or
something more? Arena.
The l imit of tlie Moon.
In a miiall Vermont town the street
lamps, which are few and far between,
aro under the charp;o of one of this oldekt
residents of tho place. "Why in the
world weren't tho lamps lighted tonight,
Mr. Jacobs." imputed a stuniner resi
dent, who hud stumbled down to the
poHtofliee one July evening in tho pitchy
darknenH of a lieuvy rainstorm.
"They ain't ever lighted on moonlight
nights," responded the old man calmly.
"That's the rule, an the moon fulled last
night, an this is one of best nights in the
"Best nights," echoed the other in
considerable irritation. "What good
does tho moon do in 11 pouring rain liko
"I can't help 111111," said Mr. Jacobs.
"Accordin to tho almanac, this is a
moonshine night, an tho lamps hev no
call to be lit. 1 reciou tho almanac's a
good thing to go by.
"Why," continued the old lamplighter,
surveying his critic- with suddenly awak
ened surprise and disgust, "where d'yoti
s'pose I tsli'd fetch tip ef I was t' go by
the weather srid 0' tho almanac? 1 per
Bumo t' say likely I might I . v V go my
raound ev'ry night fur a lie ith in dog
days. I don't cal'late to liev no sech
works as that! Lf tho moon don't do
her duty, it's unfort'nit. but it ain't nnv
o' my lookaotit."
The bystanders murmured nssent, and
tho Hummer resident was silenced.
Iowa's Wonderful lee Cave.
Olio of tho greatest curiosities in tho
Mississippi valley is 11 natural ico cave
which is located in the bluffs of tlin
Iowa river within less than it mile of Do
corah, the county peat of Winiiesheik
county. This uniiiuo curiosity is indeed
n natural icehouse n cavern in which
great icicles may be found at any season
cf the year, being especially film in sinii-lin-r,
wlien tin-vi at.ii r is hot and dry
outside. Tlie b'.c'i' in which the cavnis
located is bctvi :i I'lM) and 'If 10 feet ill
height, it hi in,; i.ivcssary to c limb about
7a feet up the side of the bluff to reach
the mouth of Uio cave. Tlie entrance is
a fissure about In feet in width and be
tween T und "0 feet in height, from
which a constant current of cold air
Thirty fe t from tho mouth of tin
cafe the pussaafu turns toward the left
and downward, toward tho river bed.
Tho slope is very gradual, however, and
tho walls and the roof are within easy
reach all the while. After you have
reached a spot MO feet from tho ojiening
you entered, it is noticed that the walls
uud roof are covered with front. Twenty
feet farther a thin coating of ice is no
ticed, which increases in thickness as you
go into the bluff. St. Louis Kcptibliu.
The Sedan ( hair.
The sedan chair is named after Sedan,
the town where it was first tised. The
earliest mention of it in England occurs
in loSl. Karly in the following century
tho Duko of Buckingham caused much
indignation by its use in London. Peo
ple were exasperated nt that nobleman
employing his fellow men to take the
place of horses to carry him. Prince
Charles brought from Spain in lO'iK
three curiously wrought sedans, two of
which he gave to tho Duko of Bucking
ham. A few weeks ufter their introduc
tion Massinger produced his play, "Tho
Bondman," and in it he thus adverts to
For their pomp nnd rare liehiK borne
In triumph on men's shoulders.
Tho reference is doubtless to Bucking
hatns sedan, which was borne liko a
palanquin. "Bygone lingluud."
Caleb dialling's "lioj Cane."
Caleb Citshing's celebrated "dog case"
with Fernando Wood went the rounds
of all the paperR in the country. Bi in
much distill lied and unable to sleep o!i
account of tho barking of it dug owned
by tho latter, Cashing, after trying i'i
vain to have the dog sent hwkv. sv.ore
out a warrant against Wood for main
taining a nuisance and appeared in coiii t
both 11s a witness and attorney to prose
cute him. Aftir nu extended trial and
lengthy arguments, tho annual was i,,',
judged a nuisance and ordered removed
Cor. Cincinnati Tribune.
First Commuter (at the ferry) (hir
train must have arrived on time this
Second Commuter Why do you think
First Commuter There Is 110 boat in.
New York Weekly,
L'o l.,rl'INI II
Ilnnlly an Improvemriit.
An energetio (lenium professor was
conducting a musical society. They
were studying MendelHsohti's "Elijah,"
and had reached the chirrus, "Hour us,
Bualj hear, mighty god!" The men's
voices were lamming out sonorously
when the conductor cried out: "No de
dreadful vowel! Don't say B-a-l-e;
itoftcn a leetle give do more musical
sound, Bid." Whereupon the chorus
took up the strain again, "Hear us,
Bawl; hear us, Bawl!" hut they quickly
realized the peculiar fitness of tho senti
laeiit, and broke down in laughter, tothe
great amazement of the little (Herman,
who never saw the joke, hut who ttu m-il
reluctantly to the old pioiiuneiatiou.
No Marks of Any Kind.
In a severe thunderstorm in June,
1888, two old ladies were killod by light
ning in a small towu 011 Capo Cod; a
child of ten months was also killed ii.
the same storm, and, strange ti relate
neither of them showed uny sjitennt'
marks of injury. Exchanim.
MR. DHNNT At TIIK M'C'RANRIR,
fly falls far belW the (iilbertian stnn1aiV
The music, it Is claimed, Indicates the fact
ihat Sullivan was ailing while engaged In
the work of cornjKiHition. The scenic rep
resentation of tlie opera ia on a good seal
and is laid at llaililon Hall. The story
joule with the love affair of Dorothy Ver
non and the sou of the Karl of Rutland,
lending up to their elopement. The hit of
the opera aeenia to have la-en made by Mr.
Denny as The MeCrankiu. "Hinhlon Hall"
Kill probably be brought to America neat
ltoullns; an the ;reen.
The game of bowling on the green bids
fair to become very jiopular on this side, of
the Atlantic. The good old burgers w ho
settled New York used to iudulgo in this
sport, on Bowling green, and it is to that
circumstance that the pretty little Bpot
owes its uame.
HOW UNO ON Tlllt diF.I'N.
A few bowls, a mat and a jack are tin
only implements used in this game, whii h
should Is' played on a level piece of green
sward about, I 'd feet long and about half
is wide. These dimensions may he re
l) need if necessary. The bowls are ligutiiu
vital balls, lli!; inches in diameter end
flail encd on two edge. The jin k is 11 ball
f whiteearthware. It, should hens nearly
is possible ii'.j inches in diameter. There
aro no pins. The kuiiio is started by ruli
ng the jack onto the Held. The mat is
placed at, the point from which player,
must roll the bowls. The jack is the oh
ecl aimed at, and the bow I must curve at
least one yard in it run of thirty. In other
words it, is nor permissible to roll it, straight
t the jack. The roimting and genera
rules are much tie same its in ijuoits.
A yueer but Speedy Trotter.
Ityland T, the remarkably homely bay
gelding who recently trotted a lift Ii heat in
J:llf, is an evidence of the fact that it is
out blood alone which tells, for Hit lit t le is
mown of his pedigree except that he doe
tint riimo from the blnebloods. Up to lhisj
he ran on the range near Kagle Rock, Ida.,
where he was bred, and was tiaed as a cow
pony. Then be w as campaigned and got a
Ii VI. A NOT, 2:11V.
record of " -:tOJ4. He has only won a sincile
race 1 his year, as he is very tiightynnd frv
'luently breaks at the most, critical point
in 11 raei). This issaid to be'diieto a strong
lit rain of through bred blond which flowl
The llaltinifires lost 101 games this yoat
I'hey are the third rluh in the history of
die game to lose over PKI games in a season,
l'he I'ittsburgs nf 1MK) mill hold the
record 114 games nnd the bouiavUles of
Sl cote ia between with lib
The knife, though very old, had not come
into common use an a table titeuail in the
I Iu (.Vrfl'lNI It
U DURHAM f
ft w-w., ISr
Ji. a I
ifsQlzfywy old soul,
smokfi 111 111 C ninis
been qcrrier Under iti powers.
Thousands of Smokers
A T-l. l ie . ...
inc fluuionairc in lus palace,
The I-aborcr in Iiis cottage,
The Swell on tlie street,
The Sailor on his ship,
Prefer Bull Durham.
Blackwcll's Durham Tobacco Co..
P. J. HANSEN.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Pau-ouage of the Public Solicited
North Sixth Street, Plattsmoutb
TIMOTHY : CLARK,
Coal and Wood.
Yards nnd Ollhe tot South Third Street
1 deplume No. 13.
The Old Reli able
H. A. WATERMAN & SON.
Lath, Sash, Shingles,
I'.tc. t on supply every deuinn of the
illy, t nil unit git terms. Fourth
Street in rear of opera house.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.
W. II. crSIIING, I'res.
J. W.JOIIXSOX, Vice-I'res.
FkKI) W. CAKK'UTII, Cnsh'r.
A genernl blinking business
INTKKKSTon deposits nllowetl as
follows: Four per cent, annual
I interest if deposited three months.
(five per cent annual interest if de
posited nix months. Six per cent,
annual interest if deposited one
THOS POLLOCK R V HYERS
ISotary I'uldle & Abstracter Sollclto
Ri-al Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent
If you have real estate to sell or
exchange send usdescription, price
Abstracts of title furnished at reas
$100,1X10 to loan at 7lo percent nnd
no commissions, cm food
POLLOCK & IIYKKS
Plattsmoutu . B
Office under Case County Batik,
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