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About Plattsmouth weekly journal. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1881-1901 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1895)
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1S91.
IX AM) AKUIM) Till; TOWN.
J. M. Stone of Nelutwka wasa Flatts
mouih visitor Thursday.
Wm. NVeUriikarnp of tht precinct is
seriously ill with liver trouWe.
John Murphy, one of Center pre
cinct's heKt known furmers, was a
PUttsmiHith visitor Flinty ami called
at these heuihpiatters.
Frnl Lon ami Paul IJieiy f (lien
wool!, Iowa. came over n tlu ir "hikes'
S;:uiluy am! made n short visit with
the family or C. W. Sherman.
Peter J. Yallery has an industrious
hen. She has hutched and brought out
u half di7.en clsickev.s a tiay r twoupo
in nidvtnter. She hid hr nest
nndvi a coal pile.
ii. A. Mayfitld former publisher of
the K.isl lUplet. was in town Mon
day oss basaiess. Ueorcc has sold his
plant in Missouri unl is row koking
for another location. Kim wood lie ho.
Tlt- ui.rtcaee sale of tlte remnants
o the tlerald newspaprr plant ly Mr.
K u otis. was hooked to uciur ThuisJey,
bat on account of a lack of bidders the
proceeding was ' ad j-mrned until Jan.
Lawyer A. N S illivan journejed to
Lin-.-oIii on Tuesday to urgue the de
fendant's si ie in the appeal case of
Father Oorhett vs Pwshop Honacuiu
before the supreme court.
Andu w Nelsou.Swan Monson,Cut.
Nulliu and Herman Anderson, four of
Piattsmoulh's Swedish citizens, have
returned from Montana, where they
have been building bridges on the li. &
M. extension, for the past seveial
Will Hyets, who has apiHinlrd to
the citikship of the senate committee
..f public Utids and buildings, of which
Mr. TtiTt of this county is chairman,
dt-p irtd for the s'ate capital Monday
U3 rnin to enter upn the fullfillment
Oat at ilatings a butcher has been
urte-tfd on the charge of selltDi: hogs
uhich Imd previous! ditd of cholera.
It ll'f ch-irge is proven, the fellow de--rrvrs
no small punishment. There is
.iltle Jjonor in a b itci.er who would
thin jro: ardi the lives of hi cus
tomers. M-yor Newell journeyed o Lincoln
1 'i:e-day : at end a 5sior- of mayors
a: .! c;: alturrejs repienting the
.-rC'udcIas cities in Nebraska, the
objrct of the mteiin: tin to perfect
p! ins for eking relief from present
obnexhMi laas at the h;t:d of the
Ljp.s n Anderson. h died at hi
I. (:.)- i this city Wednesday. a trn
m DenmiTk. N( York. Jau. ."..,
and w 'is iiius jigd eiLt years. eWen
m ini'v ai.tl nine days The funeral
serv.c- were h-M Thursday ami were
cond'.ct-d t y llev. P. Van Fleet at Iiis
h in- on Fourteenth and Oak streets
. party of some twenty couple t t
oid r.e'ghtcrs and friend, both in and
nut nf town, invaded the mansion v-i
Her.ry Kikenbary Thursday r.iht and
surprised liim with tokens of esteem
on th occasion ot his f-oth birthday.
I was a pleasant gathering, and wa?
th-trouhly enjoytd by all.
The numerous penuchle fiends about
ti." ton are ursin? that a tourna
ment be arranged to occur in some
lodge hall in th city. No game of
cards has evei been more popular in
Plattsmouth than penuchle. and if
proper arrangements can be perfected
the affair would call out doens of
The Livingston Ioan and IJuilding
association will issue its thirteenth
series of st'-ck next month, and Henry
Gering, the hustling secretary, has
already disposed of stock to the amount
or ?iVf0. Plattsmouth people are
evidently well enough salis!lel with
the local associations and have had
their fill on most of the foreign fakes.
An experienced hunter says: A
curious tiling about a rabbit is that it
always, faces the sun turning slowly
around all day to do so. In hunting
thm in fields this fact should l0 kept
in mind and the ground be gone over
by the hunter w ith his back to the sun.
He can then See the eves of the rabbits
in the bushes and they will glitter like
diamonds in the sunlight."
Out near II ay Springs, this state,
one Fred Patrick was seriously in
jured Thursday whila blasting rock
with dynamite. Lie placed the charge
ready with fuse and stepped away, but
the fuse burned slowly and he re
turned to relight it. supposing it lid
ione out. when the charge exploded,
tearing his arms off and shattering
one letr- He cannot recover.
A 11. Pirie, master mechanic for the
IJ k vi"s H'Mithern division, with
headquarters at Wymoro. and Messrs.
F.J Kramer of Alliance, C A.Dixon
of McCook and C W. Hedges of Lin
coln, the latter three travelling engin
eers on thesarn system, were in town
Frida attending the regular mouthy
meeting "f travelling engineer at the
ofli e f Mr. Hawksworth, superinten
dent ot moive power.
A stran e cr7y man drifted into
town Monday night. He walked down
from Omaha and. although he was ex
tremely peaceable in his actions, the
officers housed him in jail over night.
It was learned that the fellow was the
siui-iudaw of Alex. Powell, a well
known losident of the Iowa bottoms.
Tho father-in-law was apprised of the
situation nnd came over next morning
and took the man to Ids home.
Will II. Miller of Riverside, Cul ,
formerly of this city, has just received
the uppolntment of deputy clerk of
Riverside conntv, and has entered on
the duties of his odice. He i unques
tionably a capable man for the place,
nnd is an agreeable, accomodating
gentleman. Tin: JoruNAt. joins Ids
host of Plat Umooth friends in their
congratulations at his promotion.
Owen Marshall, one of the best
known farmers in Western Cass
county, lias leased his farm lauds and
take n hiMdep.ii lure for his old home in
Ohio where he will tMke up his per
manent place of abode. Mr. Marshall
came to Cass county in the early iui's,
and was a candidate on the greenback
ticket for sheriff in the campaign id
T: when Martin Cutler of iJreenwood
precinet was elected to that ut'ace.
D- M. Joues, who has been superin
tending the storing of ice at the!
Poisall ioe houses on Seventh street,
sustained a rather painful injury to his
hip on Tuesday. He was engaged in
moving a chute, when a long spike,
which protruded from one of the tim
bers in the chute, thrust Itself into
the fleshy part of his hip, cutting a
deep gasdi some three inches long. Mr.
Joues w ill take a vacation for a few
da; as a lesult of his accident.
Jno. Denson, jiior at the county
idiuce on Pearl street, thought lie had
nabbed a burglar. Jack officiates as
gua.rd at the jail during the night
season and at about 1. o'clock a. m.
Saturday he heard sounds as if some
one was slowly walking up the stejs
winch lead up from the outside of the
jau to the secoud story, where the
jailor's family lives. Jack's first im
pression was that the stranger was a
burglar, but when he rushed outside
he found it was only an intoxicated
resident of the Iowa bottoms who was
deliberately try ing to break into jail
through fear of freezing if he attempt- j
ed to cross the river on the ire to reach
In, houie. Jack turned the Ilethlehem
ite over to OSietr Muriay and the ft I
low passed the night at poller head
quarters. Dealt) ( aiua( ! ( ami
ilv local applications as thy cannot
reach Ue ilis.ari ortion t the ear.
There ts only one way to cure deaf
nt.ss, and that is bv constitutional
remedies. If.i!nes s causrd by an j
iiifam-rd condition t f the mucous Im-
Itig of tbe eustachian till. When
tins tut- i inih-tmed u have a
rumbling wind or itnier.tert tearir g.
and il i entire!) tr.sed. deaf-
ni" i-i the reu!. and unless the m- S
:!im:jMthu -an b- taken out arid this
tulw re "! its norma! condition,
bearing w;ll 1 v destroyed forever; nine
c:ieH;t of ten arecausd !y catarrl.
which i nrjthins but an inf.amed con
dition of tlie mucont surfaces
We will givr one hundred dollars
frr aiiv n of f!afnet rnued lit
eutarrh) tliat rannnt ! curet! bv Hall's
atarrh Cure. Send for circular1;
F J.CilKNKV .V Co.. Toledo. O
S"!d ly drugiits, 7V.
I Ut of ,tlr
Oaiaiuing uncalled for in t!ie post
oCice at Plattsmouth Jar . 10. for week
ending Jan. l.f.'.:
Jnei. ' Ni'.lrr, Ctri;.
'n!o, 1 J NoI-ts. Jlin
SnriSCU, Mfh V W'iUUrri". iwnr
Reraiuulng unclaimed! in tle postoCice
at P! tttsrnoulh, Nebraska. Jan. ":
Irryi!iii. (ico Aiiter. iir Mf
Ir)Ci-'si. N I- Ilory. W c;
I'uN, VVnj W'atncr. Ztr.tuA
litte. tari lUritcr, Wm
Persons calling for any of thealmve
letters or parcels will please say aal
vertised." W. K. Fox. P. M.
llaguft Chemical Co. l'rioceton. 111.
Ieir S.rs: M ac-net I'ile Killki:
is a humaier. It is Boothinj:. quick and
ffeclive; does the work and Is worth
five times the money.
V. KontK Mi:aih:n.
Fcr sale by tiering & Co.
Constable Ilartrani took a lone trip
down to the Cass county line the other
day to make s?rvjc! of a man w ho had
a note. There were reasons for Retting
service quickly nnd good service. Ilar
trani reached the man's place and was
informed that the man was down at
the barn milkinz. He went to the
barn and served hi) summons and came
home sathiied that he had made a irood
job of It, but he was chagrined seme
days later to learn that he had gone a
little to far. for while the man's house
was In this county, his barn wau in
CasH county, and the service was there
fore no good.- Lincoln News.
Tiir Nebraska City National bank is
after a pair of Lincoln grain mer
chants named Kendall who represented
that they possessed several elevators
brim f .ill ot grain, and on producing
ware house receipts to back their tale
the hank let them have f JO.OOO. It has I
now iransnired that their story was all
myth ami the elevators exited only in
t eir minds. Unless the Kendalls
maUe good the 0.(oi. the bank people
are resolved to send thern to the pen.
Limbertrer cheese ten cents a cake at
0". E. C. Wjt' fccre a."d DrDitl TrfStrrri
1 u'uliT lnwlUvo i !!(. Ufir-.ii!r, l j- liutf.i ) -ireit
i;ciiH t'X.ly, to euro VV-nk Mftm.r; Ijwu t
rnluntul Nvr )vi r; ,.t Maliuii.l; tut. knwj;
hhtlit 1imk; Kvli ;.ca i f t.iin.u-iic;
NTouif: 1 -ifi.io: u:l lr lit! asi( Jiiwrr
llf tllO ltllTlltt T.'ir lr l-itii-- CiSU-M'tl l.-y
ivMrrrtln; itutlili.l l.riu-,nr Jlni-Min l'.t
Tiamnii, ().lui:i r J.i-iuor, "rtt.j :. u Un.l t
MlT, C.ii.uiimU.im, li.,:tilly uu i ij i.tnl
H U'x; ti lur vi Mi! wrllim j-unrtirit-p tni tiioii
it-fmui luciifj, Hi'srsnn tin :.vi.ri'. A'-rt.iia
" l'T f-xitlit. ".t i., A-tliiuj, j;rtucliiu-. r.if,
VU. li i'Ukh. K.i,. l linwiL. I'l.'AM to imkv.
hu.U u ii-.a.:i:ui.t ; i.t. riN. itp, !.. ;-.; oia
kl ur, u,ir6iv. iii:.U;AMUSl"Ur.lii!; I j-
F. li. Frlrke V f, druggists.
SAM 6UTKANK & CO,
WHOLESALE ?m RETAIL
AND TIIK llKST
Sole agents for the
Deliveries lo :i:,v i ,rl oi
t!ie v r 'i In -
Made ped to any place !
REFITTED and REFURNISHED
UKSIDKNT MANAGKU.fSI,ccUI Attention- Given to the
' Accommodation of Farmers.
F. S W H I T E ,
mtx Mrret, PUttvruoath.
Teas and Coffees Unexcelled.
( n'tlrr llros. (flrl.ratfd
CANNED GOOD S.i:-- LlVRYMAN.
SOI.K ACEM KU
Pillchii'u'o MINNESOTA FLOUR,
I IlloUulj c ti,- it. tuwn,u.
P. J. HANSEN,
STAPLE and FANCY
A M) -
FLOTTR AND FEED
One door North of PostofTicc.
13 THE titST.
3.?? FOLIC E.3 sens.
-" DROCKTOM, MAS 3.
Van cod mr fnnr P"rrhilurf . 1
ficus, wf ore tac larKrt tuat-.tifacturrr ot
aiivcitiMPfl hoc in Hie wotM. attitl par auu-t
the value ty (.taTninif the tiamc an! jmcf on
the b4f.Tt. vrliu ri prntccU yon nsraiit hicb
ptice itj.l the ii.i.!lic tuaa's ptolit. Out but
u ru(om w.jtli (si etylc. easy ilttij auJ
v -nrinir ) ij'.i'.i- . We hive tlirm boI every-
rr lit 1 vcr j.t i -- fcr Oie vnlur j'iven t?ir
'.r i 'I 5.i '!. itu'v. If yiiW.
. .- , ; ;;! -'. ua. Vli 'jy
JOSEPH FETZER. '
STREIGHT & SATTLEE,
NiirrtMaiirii in llonrjr ltwk.
Farnitare i Undertaking
M'm, llnxn, I'latiua, Ortmu.
Our ? f i i if j (In I cu.-u .-!-jt In every Jot i
An InroMixailon l certain tn ronrlnrt.
i . w . icnniyi!...
r y w
First National Bank
Oapital, paid up $50,000
litoiiur. K. Iv:r ....PresMent
I. H. WiiiTr ... Vle jrcsl.Ifiu
S. Vt .ni ,. . "i.ilfr
II. N. iMvtv Asltiil rhlrr
r.rifi H. It) . F U. vVIUie, l. Ilnu k worth
S. Wfi.t'h mi.l II. N". I.vi y.
t'ttitfut t i.-iit t ii kIvcii t Hi' lull-nets of
I itliuui'i ."i.:i,- tloiid rnmlt? mtil roiul-tl)
rvi:iltl-l l r. Il'.ltt'tl lUArket nif I lr
ro.iitty warrmit hii.I atntc ul ro-inty lii-t
Zuchweiler & Lutz
Cor. Sixth unil Tearl Sts.,
i.i.r!' i:vi:i:ythinv. IN UlKllr LIST.
Give Good Weight,
VML'il ( I STIOI IS MII.lClTt:i.
The City Hotel,
Corner .Main and Third Sts.,
A FIRST-CLASS HOSTELRY
IN l.VI.KV KKSPF.CT.
! First-Class Bar ,,,...
!ci.KAN ROOMS ANDTAI1LE
Rrxt3-$1 Per Day.
!H. H (J )S. HrnnY.
m m m "m aj m m
I W. 13. JONES.
iu i n- i"!ni';f x K't't.c -
jMain-st. and Schildknecht Barns.
f..fj .. ! run l-uih lr
tvoTwt- t. l itf-ii -Tift VV-:.
f j.. l'U l'ffr rT)n vl
a r i!t(.n.u i: vti.
l".-'"' AVi N I'tcllt v r
J. . I kit t t,- r ut.i:rf ill
if--l ! '1. klir .-t I (T'ir
Wiit. W. 1 juNE
B2ESON &Z. RDOT.
AMorneys at Law,
!'I.TTMH'TI1. N KM.
urKK C-riUftrM Mock or FtriNri ru
Ttir oi.ii kki.i Aiit.t:
HAS PURCHASED THE
Sixth Street Checkered Barn,
AMI WILL KUN IT IN
FIRST' CLASS S 'J , V.
Ul n'.tcntloi. to Fturrl. llrkk !. U
iun lo nil trln. i'rj-iiH'i n KUt iity ti
Cinlumr'i lMif vn
t nrn r r? m m rr r w
w ui.it on itKiiibw i stoui
tT4liir the Abnr Unult la SO Ijs. It ucU
powrrlully and qu.t Uly. furrs uliwn all others
IaIL Vounir inen will niTaln th tr lost mnnhcKKt.
nUoUl im n will revnvrr llu tr youthrul lpor
by u.iinsr VITALIS. It ouit-kly ujuU nurely re
itorH Ncrvounnc!. Ioftt Vitality. lintt-ncy,
Nihttv r.tnl!Hinii!, It 1'owt, Knillm? Mem
ory, Was l Hut IH-i-!i. ntnl all t Hoot or srlf
bIiuhc or rirfM aixt liiil;cr-ilon. Wartl fl
tnnnltv ntil c.)..!mi)i,tl."i. Insist on having
VITALIS itrt M.t-r. fan U c.irrid In vei
twH'Uot. Hy in-ill. $i.m) prr pai'kaiire'. or ftlx fur
tfa.On, with a xltlt tltten frrntee to rare
or refund the tHnet. irfiil r ( n -. AUlraa
j CALl llirr UKltMV ' IJH'A.N V, 4'Mraro, -Ulr
Kor tlo at rinttsnmttth, Nt !.. 1-y . II. Snjler
! anil (Jet m A ,. nntfglinta.
AAUe a Well
AN : ABSOLUTE
For the purpose of further introducing it
to the people of this vicinity, offers
A CUT PRICE
ON HIS MEW - -
Wood Base Burner.
THE CUT OPERATES AS FOLLOWS:
niiiMKit I'iuck. n:i si:xr ri:i i:.
Size No. 1, - $35.00 - $30.00. V
T Size No. 2, 1 30-00 - 27. SO. T
These Stoves are elegant in design,
perfect in material and are especially
adapted to the
--BURNING OF WOOD.
Better results are obtained than by
the use of Hard Coal in any of the
Base Burners on the market.
PEARLMAN gives an Absolute Guaran
tee that these Stoves will give entire
Satisfaction in every particular.
Messrs. J. C. Petersen, E. R. Todd, A. B.
Taylor, H. D. Travis, Samuel Richard
son and others are now using this
stove in place of a hard coal burner,
and the public is referred to any of the
above. Drop in and see the Stove.
OiAtnriit is Ir. S&uiiifl l'itchor'H precrijtiou for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic utstancc. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops Soothing Syrups, and Ciistor Oil.
It 1 I'lcasant. Its jrunrantec is tliirtv jt.r$' use by
Millions of Mothers. Cast or ia Is the :iiltrens Panacea
the Mother lriend.
ratariaUau well adapted toctuklrrnthaS
1 iiit:innl It a ic:jrk- to any riTitti
lmn In me." 2L A. Avi, M.
Ill S.. tU.VirJ Jtrmkklyn, N. Y.
'Theueof Catoria U ao unlTenal ar.l
Ita tuerita ao wrll kmnrn that il iwim a wort
if uiirrrrtmlioo to rtulorar il. Iw r the
lot!icnt ramQira who 2o txt k-p Cantor ia
tri:Lia eajry rra li.
CutxtM IUkttx, P.
-w YtTk Otj.
The Plattsmouth Mills,
C. HEISEL.. Prop.
ThlaMlU ha boon rrbullt. an.! fisrnUheJ wilb
MarhliitT)- Hit l.tt nufi ruo
to tin wurlil. Ttclr
lla tio SuKrlr in Amrrlca. It It
trial and lc ronvlnml.
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE'-. Sivoiui rloor of tl.c lo.U liwt
cast of tho court lune.
RvtolH nratlv nwnt fr Kormm orKuk
oOir fiin.i l'tMu, M. aJ i
THE ARNOLD CHEMICAL CO.
101 S.tVetUrn 'enue. CKICa
: GUARANTEE 1
The . . .
House - Furnisher,
j "u.orim were fAiir, distijiat.a,
j H-ur Btviuta t iArriiya, XurtatAa.
i WillMMit iiij:r.wt rrr-iiv-a!i.
"I't nmral yrra I La re nvnouiml. .
y tMir CVKtTa.axil ahaH alrsjj niiBw t
2i n il il bad inTorutlj.! rtiduosl Lx-uUi-i
Fpwix V. IAaiEK. 5L P
JXth Strwt an l Mix Am Now York at.
Omrm, 77 iltanjtT FnuucT. Xnr Y.ax Cm
w. -J'"!, :T"7
FAT PEOPLE !
1'ark OaKiTT Ill win r!iico Tour weight
I" Kit MA'S KNTLY rroaa U'to njHu!itl-a month.
N STAUTlNtl. tirktxvi vr Injury; Nt TLB
I.IC1TV. TtifT butl.l p thf litHitli and teull
fr the compipxloit. loavice No W'KIN bl.K" or
flbWnwci. srl'T A1I1H1MKNS and difficult
brPathSnc-nrt'ly rc!iove,l. NO r.XPKIil M KM.
but arlotitlMi' and pjLiive r?!lor, ado-trd o1t
utwt years of rxfx'riout-e. Ail rlor tnppih a
tlln-t f ron our o1jv. Prlo tz.w por f ia
or ttirMi pxekajron for Ivoo l-v mall iHitjaid.
1tttnorual and partSmrtara (m-alcd) i rent.
IITAII corrtpN.:i leutH' mricliyrontidenUal.
Park Remedy Co., Boston, Mass.
f rfcea Baby was tick, ir taw hrr Castoria.
VTben alio was a CLU alie cried for Castoria.
Tltn he l;a.t CiO.brv, parts tlicia CastorU.
CPIXDir rad IlSTHfO HESD1.TS.
etn est i ;v.:;Tr- ,.,v cm ay
thla. M from nv minrt4Wi sutntaiirc ttt
Lit32 A2r:irr:-3 tirrcra.
VrCUaR4Ml a CURE wrfuail tout irHMn-r-I'-rt
.i.ih it hottl. Send 4c. fartre-ftttar
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