Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892, August 28, 1890, Page 8, Image 8
WEEKLY HERALD: PLATTS MOUTH, NEBRASKA, AUGUST 8 1890 Married. Tucsday'i 0;ti)y. At the Swedish church ly the Wev. 4 Jaiet, Mr. Ttaoreen and Miss Ida Peter son, on 8aturday evening at 8 o'clock. The groom is a carpenter in the B. & M. hops and the bride is a sister of Mrs. Gas. Johnson, both parties being among oar best citizens. After the ceremony the bride and groom - with their friend repaired to one of Mr. Hairs houses on Winterstein Hill, which id been nicely furnished by Mr. Thoreen, where a Bplendid feupper was enjoyed hj all present. The Herald extends congratulations . Plattsmouth had six passengers to Chi cago yesterday and one for Grinnell.Iows. The South Park band of ten pieces has fully .organized and makes the third xornct band in this city Mrs. Despain, mother of Mrs. W. II. Pickens and AHert Despain. has been, ery sick today. As she is 76 -yX'arVof age her friends appeared to be quite un easy about her. C. E. Wescott contemplates the erec tion of anothet house in South Pnrk, this -would make rive. The thoughts sug gests itself that we ought to have a few more C. E. Wescotts in town. Bryan had as a background, on the stage with him, the following illustrious scions of democracy: T. T. Wilkensou, Pat. McCallan, Jacob Vallery, Sr., Alder man Outsche. Wm. Neville, Wm. II, Cushing, Mathew Gering and Frank E 'White. Talk about the originality and logic of the tariff dia tribe we listened to the other evening. JWe haye a half dozen or more plain mechanics in the Burling,1 ton shop here who know more about the tariff and its history in a minute than Bryan ever knew or will know and they know it well too. The out put of the electric lamp fac- tory has been increased to 300 per day . "They ship in barrels containing 256 lamps each; the following points having been shipped to in one day last week: St. liouis, Columbus. Neb., Corning, Is., Keokuk. Ia.. and Eau Claire, Wis. The factory is a success and no mistake. Pension Claims. James S. Mathews, the pioneer and very successful pension agent of this city, Trrote commissioner Raum some days ago a follows: Green B. Raum, Commissioner of Pensions What does the new pension act - mean by the provision contained in Sec. two of the act "Mental or physical dis ability of a permenent character, not th result of their own vicious habits, which -incapacitates them from the performance of manual labor in such a degree as to render them unable to earn, a support." In a case where a man practicing a profession and able to earn a living there try, but totally unable from effects of .army life and disability incurred thereby to earn a living by manual labor, can he come in for a pension under this act? To which Commissioner Raum penned -the following reply: J. S. Mathews. "In responbe to your communication of the 18th, ulto., herewith returned, I have to ad ise you that a soldier of the late war who is suffering from any disability - sot the result of his own vicious habits, lias status to apply for a pension under the act of Jan. 27, 1890, without regard to his present financial condition, or income trom whatever source. The financial condition of any invalid claimant is not considered under any ex isting law." Very Respectfully, Green B. Raum, Commissioner. The aboye is a clear, liberal construc tion of the statute which w!'l be of inter est to many of our readers. Ha:? Jewelry work. Leave orders at -Oovey's store or Mrs Wise's millinery - atere on Main street. Callayd'a Horafcomnd Ijny far Tmn U BO remedy ia the world which wBl g)M rompt relief ia Whooping Conga m BllnIH ffmiwM Syrm. 1 1 will ttiivtiy car it. If yoa rill try it, rear children will not keep too airfcte fl -aught cag nine. MUAfd'a Morchoana arrap i be and soothing remedy for Comnarpoo& Cough, Cold, Bronchitis and Asthma, ia the world. ' St is m) from opiasB. If boilds op new tatona, atreagtheae th Lanes, and is aa incomparable rem djr, made of the bast and pnrest material. If your - Xraga aa weak and yea hare a ticUssr la year Tbtoat. yea aed U. For sale by P. O. Fricke, Druggist From Monday's Daily. Mathew Gering was an Omaha pas senger Mrs. Frank Gayle went to Omaha th?s tnorn'ng. Ed Sampson was in the city over Sun Jay from Lincoln. Miss Hattie Kearney returned to Coun 'Cil Bluffs this morning. R. B. Windham returned last night t from his week" sojourn in Denver. E. H. Wooley, of Lincoln, was in the city Saturday evening on legal business. Mrs. Geo. Smith, of Omaha, was ia the city over night, returning home th's -morning. Gideon Archer is in the city again after an absence in the wild and wooly -west Tonight is positively the last appear ance of Luther Benson. Dont fail to hear him . Vm.lIema and wife 8'rtcl yester day n.orning for U' ricsrille, O'wo, to visit relative- for a few !ays. Judge Ch-ipiniin has b-cn quite sick since Saturday evening but we are glad to note he is much better today The United Brethren College has been located definir)y ut Y-ik, hi very favorable term fr th new lifge. Mrs. Howt n, nipt, of the C street school at Lincoln, ia in th cit3' visiting the fam ilies of Timothy Clark and R. W. Hyers. John Asken, the electrician, was in the city over Sunday. Mr. Ask;n is located in Omaha and hae several men in his employ. Frank Eaton arnds woid home that h is well uleaed, in h; n-w location Colorado City nd will send-for his fam ily soon. Mrs. L. A. Lhcv. of Om:tU, ntid Mrs, J. Byers, of Rock Bluffs," sisters of A. J Graves, are x'itiu relat YLin Hillsdal today. Lew Cclewns inthe.yoity today and reports the hogs dyintr orf in his neigh borhood with the cholera, he having lost forty-four head, ' . . Thsvoungpcny colts belonging to the Patterson bovs are verv cute and pretty. It makes the suiall boy fairly dance with joy to behold them. Mrs. T. E. Williams left yesterday morning for Nemaha City, where her father. James Evans, is Kins' very low with dropsy. Her sister Mrs. D, E Bren die, eturte.'i for the sr.me point this morn ing A Mysterious robbery of a m rchaudUe c"? in the yards here tock place Friday nizht of last week. Several dollars woith of goods were taken. Last even ing section foreman McCarthy found case of shoes containing twelve pair under some wild vines near the track just above the old Morrissy elevator site The shoes were from Chicaero and for John Fitzgerald's Greenwood 6tore. Another new train goes on to the B. & M. from Omaha. Q 79 which used to run to Council Bluffs begins to run to Omaha tomorrow morning by way of Plattsmouth. If anralarla mii muck Iaaaaityi The hiehest medical authorities of Europe and America have recently decided that a large percent. age of cases of insanity is caused by the excrutiating pains ol Neuralgia or the head and face. 11 any mem bar of r our family strfiers this tormentor, induce them to try Ballard's Snow Liniment. One application will afford immediate relief and yoa will soon be rid of a dangerous and tormenting disease. Ballard's Snow Liniment is the most penetrating Liniment knows. It Dositively cures Rheumatism, Lame Back Contracted Muscles. Old Sores. Corns. Bunions, etc, It nenetrates and oDens ao the Doras, drawing all poisonous matter to the surface, restoring aad pro. noting a natural cwcuiaooa 01 ue Mooa sarougu lam parts. For Sale by F. G. Fricke, Druggist Famine In Ireland. The following from the associated press disDatches eives a very gloomy outlook for the condition of the pr in Ireland: Dublin, Aug. 26. At a meeting of the national league here today Timothy Healy, referring to the potato blight, said nothing stood between the people and starvation during the coming winter The goyernment was represented as being most anxious to provide employ ment tnrough building new railways, but how could the railway act recently passedlbe held to to ' prove the govern ment's intention to meet the incoming fam me? Besotted stupidity .marked tae conduct of the executive. It might not be legal for tenants to withhold their and rents during the period of distress, but the man who should pay his rent and eave his family to starve would be little better than m srs'n. Let landlords support the rent-payers. For Sale. The nicest residence lota in the city ocated on Chicago ave., for sale cheap. For particulars enquire of Daniel Burris or call at this office. NO CURE. NO PAY, Dr. DOWNS 1316 Douglas Street, Omaha, Neb :i7 YEARS EXPERIENCE. A regular graduate in medicine from (2) col leges, as diplomas show. Is still treating with the greatest success all Nervous, Chronic and Private diseases of both sexes. A permanent cure guaranteed frr Catarrh, Spermatorrhoea, Lost Manhood, Seminal Weakness. Night Losses, Inipofency, and all diseases of the Blood, Skin and Urinary Or gans. All Female Trouble of the womb, etc, treated by the most improved methods of the London and Faris Hospitals. N. B. 1 guarantee Ssoo.oo for every case I undertake and fail to cure. Consultation free. Send for question list. Book, "Mysteries of Life" sont free. Office hours : 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays ra. to 12 m. CLARK'S HOG REMEDY. Clark's Poultry Remedy. BEST IN THE WORKD. For sale by 0, He SYDEli, Druggist, Plattsmouth, Neb. As I will return to collece on Sept. 21et, any one contf inplaling having work dona will pleaau call at once. GOLD AND POKCELAIN?CROWN8 Bridge work and fine gold work a SPKCIALTY. DR. 8TEINAOS LOCAL as well as other an esthetlcsgiven lor the painless extraction of teeth. C. A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald Ii'cc.'- PERKINS - HOUSE, 217, 219, 221 and 2i3 Main St., Plattsmouth, - Nebraska. SH. M, B0NS, Proprietor, RAES: $100-PER DAI kM DP. The Perkins has been thoroughly renoyated from top to bottom and. is now one of the best hotels in the state. Boarders will be taken by the week at 4.50 and up. GOOD BAR CONNECTED. Vallery's lYIefe Market TTninn Rlorlr fnrrViprlv f'M 105 S 6th st. 415 Main street. A Splendid Market, where Everything kept is First Class. "We aim to please, and solicit the Patron age of the Public. THE CHOICEST STEAKS, . EXCELLENT ROASTS, THE SWEETEST CUTS, FINEST CURED MEATS, game. Fiaa and other delicacies in season. By fair and honest dealing I expect to merit a share of the trade. 131-Ira. J. R. YALLERY, Prop A pocket cigur case free to smokers o- AT J. P. Y - TEN 500 COPIES 12 m to be sold at iS cents ior CJlXTOJW and A large line at peelal sal r Call and Examine my Stock. HSespeetlnlly5 J. P. MIKE SUNELLBACKEK. Wagon and Blacksmith shop. Wagon, Buggy, Machine and plow Repairing done HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY He uses the NEVERSLJP HORSESHOE Which is the be6t horseehoe for the farmer, or for fast driving, or for city purposes ever invented. It is so made that anvone can out on sharp or flat corks, as m oded for wet and slippery days, or smooth, dry roads. Call at hia shoi) and examine the neverslip and you will use no other. .. J, M. SHNEI.LBACKER. 112 North Fifth St. Plattsmouth M ACHilTeS HO P L. C. SHAltr & CO. 'aiding, Repairing and Setting up Ma- Jkinery and Ironwork Special attention giren to Repairing and Overhauling Saw Mill. Flour Mill, Elerator. and Farm M chicery. Portable Engine. Butcjen Leatlie workers and Store Machinery , Printing Pres Bicycleo, Lawn Mowers. F.ewlcg Machines TvnK Writer. Gas and Gasoline attachments alr-o Electrical. Experimental and Modl Work Grinding. Lock inning, oiencu cmmns. cu graying, etc. THE l$yPEWRITER T - 1 4 atrtotiv flrt. lnjwhine. fully warrant Mad, irnm the vrrVS Jbest ..material by l.nioJ uritrUinon ttnri vrlth t.lffc'rf'St tOOlS tD ranted to do all that can be reH0a$Vj!, ex pected of the very best typewriter elwi't Capable of writing H50 words per uunuter3 have eer been aevisea tor me puwono, v - PllICE $100. It there is no agent In your town addrees the mcaufactures. .. THE PARISH MT'G CO. Agents wanted Parish , T, F. B. SEELEMIRE, Agent. Lincoln, Neb, DAYS - OILY OF Aa a . I 49 cents tor ol other books prices. y 3 YOUNG SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK. In Childrens Shoe. D not inks this Ppportunity but take advantage of the low prices we are offering. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Bargains Bargains Bargains w. a. boeok & CO. F. G. FRICKE & CO. Will keep constantly on hands a full and complete line of pure DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, & OILS DRUGGISTS SUHDIUES. PURE LIQUORS. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours. AND EYE-' G ASSES. ?tATTStvroum ieb- These Lenses are for superior to any others sold in the city, Possessing a natural transparency and strength- i i ' ii 1 1 ii ; i r enmg qualities wnicn win prctserYtJ tno laiiiug ejesint. OHOOIL j2l3NT In Endless Where You will i est Line of VtmL IHK.TASJ-ET6 In the City. Tablets containing 50 pages for only 1 cents, 5 cent tablet. SEND YOUR CHILDREN and they will be waited upon the same as if their parents were with them at J- P. Messrs F. G- Fricke & Co., are the Only Parties Selling our Alaska Crystal Brilliant Combination BOOK 13 dSISS Variety at Find the ILarg- also the largest YOUNG'S.