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THE UEKALD. Established April 10. iS6t Consolidated Jan. 1.1895.
PLATTSMOUTH, NEB., DECEMBER 9, 1896.
VOL. V. NO. 25.
PENSIONERS OF THE WAR OF 1812
Tli re Are Still Thirtefn of Them on
I nitt'd States I'ennioa Koll.
Trier o are just thirteen actual survi
vors cf the war of 1S12 on the United
Suite pension roll-, the oldest of
whom is 101 years of ago. Oue might
i-upjjoie thitt the pensioners of the
revolutionary war were long sigo
eulled to their reward, but such is not
the c;ie as fourteen are still found on
the lists. Siven arc widows and
seven are children of the heroes of
l"i. One widow married at tho age
of twenty-three, in iKJG, to a revolu
tionary pensioner who was then
eighty-six years of age. Two children
wei e the tesult of the union, who are
both living; and the widow draws a
pension and is likely to do so for sev
eral years yet, unless cut aown by
dise.i.-J. as bhe is s;tid to carry her
eighty-three jears remarkably well.
The pension list arising from the late
war has reached its zenith, and is now
on the decline.
Most of the veterans are grizzled
and gray and the death roll from the
brave boys who wore the blue is fast
decimating the gallant band.
Twenty-live years will see most of
them called to their last reward and
fifty y ;ats from now none but widows
:im! orphans will be left to represent
THEY MOVED HER OUT.
.in- r the Young lilootlH Create Konh
House at l.ulu KuniKe'rt.
Lulu II. tinge has filed complaint
against fifteen boys who visited her
piitee of abode at a late hour last
night and tore up her funiture and
moved it ail out in the street, beside
iiring loud a ml boisterous language.
I.ulu may not be an angel in disguise,
but she has some rights which sho
proposes the court shall protect. An
t P.oi t is being made to lix matters up
without an airing in the police court,
a some of the young men do not care
for that sort of an advertisement.
I ufort un;Ue .Mr. Daniher.
The widow of Jerry Daniher, jr.,
who came in hero unattended a few
nights ago, is found to be clearly in
sane and promises to become a countj'
charge. The board of commissioners
have wired her brother who resides
near C.iron, Nevada, that if he will
meet them half way the- will take her
to him and he can take care of her
there, where it is claimed she has
sotr.c property.. She Lr.a had he con
r'.ant attention from the ladies of the
Catholic church since her arrival,
but it seems an imposition that sne
should be s-ent here to live on
strangers. She will be taken out to
the poor farm this afternoon and cared
for until arrangements can be per
fected to send her home.
A ltre;ik tor I.iherty.
One hundred boys at the Kearney
Industrial school made a oreak for
liberty hist evening lifter supper, and
twenty-live of them succeeded in get
ting away. The others were held in
by tho keeper drawing a revolver.
Telegrams were sont in all directions,
ai;d by midnight all but fifteen had
been captured, among whom was the
leader, a well-known I'lattsmouth
boy. This is the lirst outbreak that
has occurred, and some sort of pun
ishment no doubt will fo.low or the
insubordination will not be quelled.
Woman's Kelief I'orpn Kleetiou.
At the meeting of tho Woman's Re
lief Corps Saturday evening the fol
lowing officers were elected for the
President Mrs. J. II. Thrasher.
Senior Vice President Mrs. Val
Junior Vice President Mrs. War
den. Conu uctor M rs. McKl wain.
Chaplain Mrs. 1J. C. Kerr.
Treasurer Mr. Joe Lake.
Lost a Hand anil loot
A C. , li. it Q. train man named Ol
der, well known hore. had tho misfor
tune to fall under the wheels at Crom
well, la., last night and lost one foot
and one hand by tho merciless car
wheels. Mr. Older used to run
through here and had several friends
who will regret bis misfortune, from
which it is not certain that he will
N. W. KanelT. day watchman at the
Kock Island bridge at South I.end,
fcil from the bridge on tho ice lust
1 uesday and brouo two ribs. He lay
on the ice where he fell in an uncon
ciour condition for almost an hour
before he was found. He is yet in a
very critical condition and it will be
soiT.o time before no will bo able to
work again. Louisville Courier.
Sleeting of the Agricultural Society.
The Cass County Agi icultural so
ciety met at Superintendent Farley's
otlieii this afternoon. After discussion
of several matters nr. rejournment
was tu weu without electing officers to
the lirst Saturday in February, at the
s inn' olf'ce at 2 p. m.
lirhlge Will lie linilt.
John Albert was in town today and
he assures us th.it the bridge across
the IMtitio ut Cedar Creek will bo built
He s;iys parties are at work raising
money in Sarpy county and are hav
ing good success.
Dry wood taken on subscription at
A common way of destroying the ants
in Argentina is by means of a small
metal cylindrical furnace half filled
with any kind of dry, inflammable rub
bish, and in the top a pan suspended
tontainiug flowers of sulphur. When
lighted, a lid is screwed down over
this, so that the smoke can only issue
from a bent metal tube, which conducts
it to the ant hole. A pair of bellows,
worked by a handle, is attached to the
lower part of the furnace, thus making
the fire burn and forcing the sulphurous
smoke along the aiit passages. The
whole apparatus is suspended on wheels
and can thereby be conveniently moved
from part to part of the quinta. With
this instrument such volumes of suffo
cating smoke can soon be produced that
it will often be issuing thickly from
holes 200 or 300 yards distant. So you
may imagine tho ants have a somewhat
lively time of it or, perhaps, rather, a
In spite, however, of waging war
against them they multiply so rapidly
that it is only where the gardeners fight
thera very energetically that they can
be kept down, and the amount of dam
age they do is often appalling. When
up country, on the border of the Grand
Chaco, where, of course, these insects
work their own sweet will, the writer
once discovered .a deserted wooden hut
Incautiously leaning against the struc
ture, he was surprised to see the whole
of it collapse. But on examination he
found the reason to be that every por
tion of the woodwork had been perfor
ated and undermined by the ants, and
only required a very slight touch to
crumble into ruins. The inroads of tl9
ants had probably been the cause of
abandoning tho hut. Temple Bar.
An amusing and characteristic anec
dote of Thomas Carlyle is given in Mrs.
Ross "Early Days Recalled." Mrs.
Ross, the daughter of Sir Alexander
and Lady Duff Gordon, enjoyed from
her earliest years the privilege of meet
ing many distinguished persons under
delightful conditions. Her mother's
beauty and wit, as well as her father's
social and official rank, attracted men
and women eminent in art, letters and
politics to their home. The only visitor
whom little Janet cordially disliked
was Mr. Thomas Carlyle. She says:
One afternoon my mother had a dis
cussion with him on German literature.
Her extraordinary eloquence and fire
prevailing, Carlyle lost his temper and
burst forth in his Scotch tongue,
"You're just a windbag, Lucie; you're
just a windbag!"
I had been listening with all my ears,
and, conceiving him to be very rude,
interrupted him by saying, "My papa
always says men should be civil to wom
en," for which - pert remark I got a
scolding from my mother, but Mr. Car
lyle was not offended, and, turning to
her observed, "Lucie, that child ol
yours has au eye for an inference."
Some curious stories can be to!c
about the thousands of false diamond,
Fold yearly in London. As a working
goldsmith I have seen a good deal of the
trade iu imitation stones. People of all
ranks buy them. A nobleman is ia im
mediate want of cash and must find it
somewhere. Ho will perhaps turn to
his family diamonds. Possibly 10,000
could be raised upon them. He takes
the jewelry off to the false diamond
provider, has the real stones removed
and the false ones put in and deposits
tho actual gems with some one as a se
curity for a loan. No one is a bit the
wiser. His wife appears in her jewels
just the same as usual. If she didn't,
her husband would be made bankrupt
by hie creditors tho next week. A large
amount of business is done in this way,
and you may depend upon it that the
false diamond merchant has many a
chuckle when he reads in his paper
about Lady So-and-so's "magnificent
diamond bracelet" and the Countess
Bareacre's "superb tiara. " Ashton Re
porter. A Story of Crisp.
Here is a little story of the late
Charles Frederick Crisp: In one of the
counties of his district there was a lit
tle weekly newspaper to which he faith
fully subscribed. When he would come
home from Washington, he always
sought the editor and demanded to
know if his subscription bad not ex
pired. On one of these occasions, meet
ing with the editor, he handed him a
$5 bill, saying:
"I have missed three issues of my
paper, and I am sure I must be in ar
rears. Take that and call it square."
"Rut," said the editor, "the paper is
only $1 a year, and your subscription
won't bo out until January."
"That's all right," replied Crisp,
"but yon keep the money." And then
in a whipper, "I never saw an editor
yet that didn't need it" Atlanta Con
stitution. What the Sun Could Do.
The astronomers have been figuring
on the amount of heat and light that
our sun is constantly emitting. It is
shown by this wonderful table of fig
ures that our earth constantly receives
as much sunshine as would illuminate
50,000.000 square miles of flat surface.
Even this vast quantity is as nothing,
for, of course, our earth only receives
that which happens to fall on the side
next to the sun. If there were
2,380,000,000 worlds strung around the
sun. they would form a shell or a
sphere, with the kuu iu the center, and
each would receive daily and hourly
the same amount cf sunshine that we
enjoy. St. Louis Republic.
A Toothless Emperor.
Jaroslaf I of Russia had no teeth,
having lost these valuable adjuncts to
happiness by a blow from a Turkish
mace. An English traveler in his coun
try says it was commonly reported that
the king's chewing was done by the
queen, who masticated all the royal
food and transferred it from her mouth
to his majesty's with a spoon.
INFORMATION AND OPINIONS.
The Columbus Journal says that
Don Benson had found a flock of geese
down among the trees at tho river
with their wings so coated with ice
that it was an impossibility for them
to fly, and so he hearded them to
gether and drove them up to his
As a debater, James J. Corbett is
undoubtedly entitled to the first place
in an all round argument with Fitz-
simmons or any of the pugilistic crowd.
He is evidently possessed of great
discretion, however, as is shown by
the fact that he continues to fail in his
herculean - effort to meet Fitzsim-
mons in the ring. It seems to be a
case of "heap talk but not much fight."
The average majority of the Bryan
electors in Nebraska is found to be
13,000, which is only a little over half
the majority received by Holcomb.
Holcomb should be the presidential
nominee next time.
The Morton house at Nebraska City
was opened up in good style a few
days ago, but, as one of the papers
there states, the new manager refused
to use any printer's ink, and the result
was few people kne w of tho hotel be
ing reopened, and yesterday it was
closed on a chattel mortgage. Cer
tainly a very short lived affair.
The ministers of Lincoln throcgh
the columns of tho best paper in Ne
braska, the State Journal, discussed
yesterday tho wisdom of Solomon, and
all agreed that he was the wisest
man of his time, if not of all times.
No mention was made, however, as to
the amount of wisdom shown in tak
ing over 300 wives. The Lincoln et;
clesiatics should have given tho pub
lic a desertation, on this topic as it
might have been of general interest.
Bixby fays it is worth coming to Ne
braska to see the sun shine and hear
the pops sing.
According to last account Chairman
Hanna had been secretary of the
treasury, secretary of the navy, min
ister to England, postmaster general
and czar of all tho Americans. Mark
just now seems to be having more fun
The Nebraska distillery at Nebras
ka City, it is said, will be - sola under
the hammer on Wednesday. It is
good news for our neighbor as it may
mean a resumption of business that
could not be hoped for while it re
mained in the hands of the trust.
Mrs. A. Rouse, of Omaha, attempted
to take what she thought was cough
tyrup,but instead tooka dose of a prep
aration used in dehorning cattle. The
woman discovered her mistake before
swallowing any of the poisonous stuff,
very fortunately, and with the excep
tion of a badlv burned mouth she was
Hon. John C." Watson has already
formulated plans, by the aid of Archi
tect Vass of Omaha, for the erection
of another residence. John is loyal
to Nebraska City and will continuo to
Jim Caldwell will bo deputy county
attorney under T. E. Monger at Lin
coln. Mr. Caldwell's friends aown
this way are glad to learn of his pre
ferment. Loyal Mystic Legion Entertainment.
The loyal Mystic Legion are get
ting up an entertainment with quite
an extended program for Thursday
evening December 10 at 'Whites opera
house. The proceeds will go to the
unfortunate poor who are in noed of
assistance. The object is so worthy
and such an effort is being made to
give a good entertainment that suc
cess is already assured. Admission 25
cents which includes refreshments.
Tickets are on Bale at Geriugs.
I have for sale thirty-flve head
thoroughbred berkshirc hogs of cither
sex some brood sows that will farrow
in October. Prices to suit tho times
At tho head of this herd is a grand son
of "Stumpy Duke" who is said to have
taken more premiums than any hog in
the world. Call on or address,
John F. Polk.
Green wood," Neb
If you might get sick, or if you
might get hurt, or if you think you
might die is a matter purely of a hu
man consideration. You might bo a
member of a fraternal organization
that will pay you a stated sum in csiso
of sickness or death, but II. D. Bar
represents an organization that will
pay you from $7 to $25 weekly in case
of accident; from $7 to $15 per week
in caso of, sick ess, and will also give
$100 as a furetd benefit. For full
particulars call on Mr. Barr, who can
be found at M. S. Brigg's office on
Main street any day. If you are not
going to be sick or suffer an accident,
of course this does not mean you. Wis
dom is safety. The fees are too small
to mention for the risk.
Dr. Li. F. Polk of Raymond came
down last evening to attend his broth
er, C. S., who ia much better today.
He returned to Lincoln this morning.
A Heal Bargain.
"Dear," she said, and her sweetest
tnd mo4t engaging smile illumined her
face, "if you had a handsome lap robe,
could you use it?"
"Certainly not," he replied. "You
know very well that we haven't a vehi
cle of any description. "
"That's what I thought, " she return
ed, "so I have packed it away. Later,
vben we are wealthy and keep horses,
"Packed it away I" he exclaimed, in
terrupting her. "Packed what away?"
: --'Why, the lap robe," 6he answered
'VButwe haven't a lap robe," he pro
tested. "Oh, yes, we have," she returned.
"I happened to stumblo into that de
partment of one of the big 6tores today,
and. they had marked them down so
low that I felt I ought to get one of
them before the opportunity slipped
"But we don't need"
"Not now, but we may," she inter
rupted. "It's just as well to get these
things when they can be had at a bar
gain, and this was a real bargain. You
men are very thoughtless about such
things. You would never have thought
of buying this robe now. You wouldn't
have the foresight, but would have
waited until you had a horse, and then,
very likely, you would have to pay a
dollar mere for it." Mercantile Jour
nal. Photography Heats the Fakirs.
The; Indian "mango" trick, in which
a plaf.t is seen to jzrow up from the
s'eed in a few minutes, has been done
in a new way by M. Michael Ccrday of
the EeMe Polytechnique in France. M.
Corday employs the well known cine
matograph, or apparatus fcr producing
"living photograph" that is to say,
photographic images endowed with
movement and apparently with life. A
rose plant is photographed at intervals
during its growth until the flower buds
and blooms. The photographs thus
taken are combined by the cinemato
graph and projected on a Ecreeu, so as
to represent the development of the
plant in a short time. The number of
photographs taken in six months should
be equal to the number which the sen
sitive band of the cinematograph will
continue. Obviously the same plan will
be able to show the changing aspects of
the country during the seasons in ono
progressive illusion, and we venture to
suggest that it might be employed with
advantage in illustrating various scien
tific experiments and natural processes
of an evolutionary or gradual sort.
Two Pistols and a Bowie In One.
Chief of-Police Keefo has in his pos
session pr o?.bly the most unique weap
on ever seen in tho city of Jacksonville.
It is a combination double barreled pis
tol and bowie and was used in Mis
souri by a "regulator" when that state
was going through tho throes of the pro
and auti slavery discussion.
The blade of the bowie is about 13
inches long and protrudes from a hilt
between two small pistol barrels, each
about 6 inches long. The hilt and the
hammers are one and the same. When
the hilt is cocked into, position, two
triggers, concealed in the stock, come
forth, and then the weapon is ready for
business, with both barrels and 12 inch
es of cold 6teeL
A number of men, it is said, belong
ing to one organization in Missoui.
were armed with these weapons, which
were secured direct from Paris. This
ono in particular seems to be almost
new. Florida Times-Union.
Friend I say, Daub, I suppose you
heard about our house being broken into
the other night?
Artist Mo, I hadn't heard. Did they
Friend A couple of vatchc9, some
silver, a suit of clothes, and, it's a fun
ny thing, but you know that picture
you painted me. They cut it out of the
Artist (interrupting excitedly) By
Jupiter, old man, you don't 6ay so.
Why, niy fortune's made. 5Tesl
Friend And nipped off with the
frame, the beggars.
Artist Ab, did they? It's rather fun
ny, isn't it? Good day.
Friend Good day. Pearson's Week
ly. What to rat.
The carpenter, hardtack; the watch
maker, minute pudding; tho printer,
pi; the wheelman, meets; the uphol
sterer, stuffing; the plumber, long bill
ed snipe; tho blacksmith, hammered
steak; the banker, golden pheasant; the
balloonist, angel food; the clown, ca
pers; the glovemakor, lady fingers; the
shoemaker, soles; the political speaker,
his own words; the bummer, swallows;
the oarsmau, crabs; the tramp, any old
thing. Up to Date.
The Four Leaf Clover.
The four leaf clover has been consid
ered both in England, Ireland and
America as a lucky "find, " the acci
dental lighting upon one being regard
ed as foretelling some gjxxl fortune to
the finder. In some parts of Ireland the
presentation of a four loaf clover by a
youug man to a young woman is con
sidered equivalent to "popping the ques
tion." His Fjiny Little Way.
Clara He has such a funny littlo
way of kissing me on the back of the
Maude Well, you know he can't see
your face from there. Taggart's Times.
"Wonder whyold Skinner's funeral
"Family didn't have enough grief to
make a good display, I guess." De
Twenty-six days are required for the
journey between New York and Sierra
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Had 2ou Thought of It?
Thought of the gifts that you w ill give, in or
der to brighten somebody else's Christmas?
Why not underscore on your purchasing list that
we have the largest stock of beautiful, useful and
practical holiday gifts in the city?
It will pay you to examine our fine lines in
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
ware, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver Novelties, etc.
High grade goods only. As for prices, there is
no such thing as competition when quality is
Early callers enjoy many advantages over
those who put it off till the last few days.
You are cordially InvHed to call on us and
see the many beautiful things that we have tilled
our store with, in preparation for the holidays
Kyes tested free by a graduate optician.
Snyder, The Jeweler,
506 MAIN STREET.
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Flesh made with Thinacura Tablets by a scien
tific process. They create perfect assimilation of
every form of food, s creting the valuable parts
and uiscarding tlie worthless. They make thiu
faces plump and round out the figure. They are
for leanness, containing no arsenic, and abso
Price, prepaid. $1 per box. 6 for $5.
Pamphlet. "HOW TO GET FAT." .free.
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charged for at the rate of cent per word
WANTED Boarders by the day or week. One
block from the court house; pleasant rooms,
h-nquire at The News.
FOR SAI-K AND EXCHANGE.
pOK SAI.E A good milk cow, part Jersey. En-
. SAI.E A cood r
quire of Ed. Oliver.
;OK SALE One Rochester radiator, cheap.
Enquire at John Coleman's jewelry store.
'O EXCHANGE (iood, quiet horse for wood.
Apply at this office.
WANTED Canvassers to sell our U. S. Indes
tructible Fire Kindler and Oil Cans. Fills a
want in every household. Address, U.S. Manfg,
Co., Fon du i.ac, Wis., U. S. A.
Ill ANTED--I.ady or gentleman to travel and
H appoint agents. Salary $lt per month and
expenses. Address "K,f' General Delivery,
All points west.
St. Louis and all
points East and
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No 20. Local express, daily, St Joe,
Kansas. t Louis, all points
No 4. Local e.D. dally, llurllngton.
v ii unxu, uti nits uir .... xu
NolO. Local exp. daily except Suu-
H i ir 1 f s lunmliiii 1 1
uaj living w untiiMi.. . .. .- a.&.-lv c
No 02. Looal exp, daily except Sun
day, I'acitio Junction 12:2$ p
No 2. Vestibuled exp, daily. Bur
Huston, Chicago and all
No 1. Local exp, daily. St Joe. Kan
sas City. St Louis. Culcaeo
all points east and south..
NoTii, Freight, daily, from Omaha
to 1'ac Junction, IvOm aba
No !. Local exp, daily.Omaha. Lin
coln, Denver and interme
No 85. Local freight, dnily. Oinaba.
No 2!L Local freight, dally, ex Sun
day. Cedar CreeK. Louis-
7. Fast mail, dally, Ouiaha and
3, Vestibuled exp, daily, Den
ver and all points in Colo-
Grand Island, Ulack Hills,
Montana aod l'acihc N. V. :j:43 ptu.
No 9. Local exp, daily except Sun-
.'.nv lilidviilA. AfihlDnH
" ' J " " - - . - - . ......... L.,
5 27 piu
5:17 11 1 n
Local exp, daily except Sun
day, Omaha and Lincoln..
Local express, Sunday only,
Freight, daily. Louisville...
Sleeping, dinlnsr and reclinlns chair oars
(seats tree) on through trains. Tickets sold
and baiiguze checked to any point In the
United States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps and
tickets call or write to
W. L. PTCICETT. Azent,
J. FRANCES. Gen. Pass. Aitt..
Al. P. TIMK GAkb.
TRAINS GOING NORTH,
No. 1 4.50 a. m
No. 9.... 1L51 a.m
No. 121, local freight 3.5$ n,ui
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No. 2 10.43 p.tn.
No. 122, local frelgnt 7.35a.m.
No. 10 3.58 p. 111.
WESCOTT & SON can stand
just about as much prosperity as
anybody without grumbling. We
have good trade and never com
plain, and our customers seem to
be imbued with the same satisfied,
happy spirit. We think it's partly
owing to the way their shirts fit,
for we sell them the "Manhattan"
Shirt, which is a fitter and satisfier
over all other shirts. In fact their
colored shirts are a dream of
Wescott & Son sell all grades
of Shirts and are prepared to shirt
anything from a bean ."pole to a
hay stack. No flies on any of our
Furnishing Goods. People of good
taste admire our Neckwear line.
C. E. WESCOTT SON
One Price and No Monkey-Business.
H Sensation 3
14-inch Kid doll,
Shoe; stockings . . .
1,000 cloth books. 17
Toy books, 5c to. SI 00
Games, 5c to 4 00
Doll bujjjfics 25
Hobby horses, up. 1 00
Doll beds 25
Tea sets, 10c to... 1 00
Phf)to frames 10
Ph oto albums, 25c. 6 00
Zr 'oclzct JJoo7cs.
Wc Have the
H LEHNHOFF &1ROS: 3
BIG BOOK STORE. 53
BEST ri-ra fop Wedd:ing'3 Punarala or Pleasure Parties, etc. Hack orders
attended to prorapl Jj. Terms reasonable. Cash proferred. Call and fcet
N. B. W. D. Jones ; lajcttioneer
Toilet sets, $1 to.. 10 00
sticks,25c to. . . 3 75
25c to 3 75
Mirrors, 25c to.. . 5 00
Briar pipes, up to. 4 00
pipes, up to. . . 6 00
up to 4 00
And many others.
In i as Cards,
B18 MAIN STREET,
all kinds of goods and farmstfC-
for Job Work
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