Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892, October 23, 1890, Page 8, Image 8
8 WEEKLY HBRALD .PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 23 1890. Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Poster ABSOUUTECu PURE Hich School Notes. Mr. Graves the recently elected princi ple of er.st 4th ward has resigned hispo-.-ition.the duties, being too severe fur his health. A lady from Iowa has been 8? lected to fill the yacancy and Miss 4 T.,iw.r ; Mihfctitutin" in the AU'Uim - ' meantime until the arrives. tlie Daily Herald vLvvThody Reacts - " 1 Plattsmouth Daily Herald OFFICIAL PAPER KOFITHE COUNTY WEDNESDAY, CTOBEU 22, 1898 B. & M. Time Table. OIXG WEST 3... " 7... " 9.. - 11. 19.. ....3:20 a. m ....5 :45 p. m ....9 :15 a. 111. 7 -.15 a. in. .. 6:45 p.m. 5 :25 p. m. .. .11 :00 a. m. OI0 KAT Ho 2 5:05 p.m. 4 10:25 a. m 6 7 M P. 10 10 :00 a. m. 12 lc :16 a. m- "10 8 :25 a- m. 1. 1 iuinrr has the exclntilf right to use Block. I. O. O. F. r.5 mnr.E No 140. 1.O. O. K. meets ey- ttiliVuil M WtoJ5i,fi!K-,.. .N. ti. JOilN Coky, Sec. C. A- R- McConnlnle rust. No. 45. meets every Satur- - in thetrliall. Kockwood day evening at 7 :J0. in leir nan, Biek. AH vlsitlns comraJea are inv.tcd to meet with u. (i. F. Kites, Tost Adj. F. A. Pates, Pont Com, Lock rtox 1585, N. if. Amendment Notes. Kev. J. I)- M. Buckkkr. From Wednesday's Daily. Mr. Editor, in your Hekald a few days ago a gentleman who signed his name , said I was unfair in my com parison about personal liberty. I would ask Mr to read my article again and h will see the paragraph I put in for him. I said in my article that my per gonal liberty stopped where ray neigh bors' commenced and law determined that point. I then showed that all law is an in fringement on my personal liberty, If I mean by personal liberty, the right to do as I please regardless of all others. But if I mean by personal 'iberty the rights that belong to me as a member of society the laws I mention are not infringements on my personal liberties, I then showed th.i: the prohibition law is like many other laws which I have mentioned in characters and designs; and asked the question why there was not a protest entered against prohibition of the liquor traffic I then thought soms .ti-probinition ist would jump up and say the laws you referred to are not paralell to the pro hibitory amendment So I put in this paragraph for him; You say they are not parallel cases for a man need not go int a saloon unless he wishes. A man opens a saloon and all who want can comeand all who want to can stay away it is a voluntary matter. But if you pro hibit him from opening said saloon ?ou strip him af his personal liberry and $in- flnlt American institutions. vv oum nei the same be true of a gambling house, or a butcher shop that sold dressed ..bee if ho put up a proper sign, of a man who wanted two or more wiyes, ami so tu. These are all voluntary matters. Now in the laws mentioned in the above paragraph, the-e is no difference between them and the proposed promw tory amendment as far as personal liberty is concerned. A man wants to drinK somcth'ng that will injure him, his fain his country, and the law should say And if eating chickens should prove to be iniurious to health.society and nn rality, should brome a source of sorrow, crime and sin, it should be prohibited by law. That is the reason we have a law against these other thiags. I presume mv frend thought the people would be lieve his logic and not discover its ab surdity. But one single puncture with the needle of truth 'll show the falla- of the whole th'ng. How absurd to say the bible does not forbid drunken- :ss, when it says "no drunkara snau en t?r heaven." Let our cxpuple, our pre rpnt and our law ct mrie ' top this awful curse and save our nei abhor from its blighting influence. For Rent. My residence property, No. 1411 Lo cust. St. Suitable for one large or iwo small families. '. Dr. Shii'mav iiy, no. Advantage or Imperfect Vision. Vt-ar norl Trobablv realize how rare. optically speaking, is a really perfect or a! imnntr human beintrs. Out of 200,000 persons examined by Gennitn oculists only one was found who had normal vhaon, ana he, Btraiigo to Bay, saw nothing, as the generality of man kind see things. A star, for instance, to him was a perfectly circular figure, with no radiating points, ana ne seemeu to T-.rM of recoemizinflr lines and projections essential to many geometri cal conceptions. May not the myopo and astigmatic comfort himself, therefore, with tha re flection that his vision, if m the strict sense defective, has compensations not to h licrhtlv disregarded? Is it not bet ter to Bee things in a picturenque nv.y. with brush outlines soiteneu anii r.iui Trnri.-itioTis in curves and ansrles in har mony with ones sense of beauty, than to be held rigidly to the letter of nature and so find the external world an affair of blank monotony? Boston Beacon. KucccbS In Lift-. rir .Tn'm FT .mter. tho eminent surgeon. adopted a rulu which may be recom- mended to all. Wnea a menu asKeu Mm hf-.v he Lad been able to acomplish so much in tho way .f study and discov ery in his bus-.y lire he answered: "ly rule is deliberately to consider before I commence whether the work is pr:icti- :able. If it be net practicable l ao uoi nitPinnt it. If it be umcticable 1 can accomplish it if I give sufficient pains to it, and having begun l never siop unxn the thing is done. To this rule I owe nil my success in life." New York Ledger. 'Tn iimouk the Catskill mountains re sides Bri Gray, who is 105 years old. He iias been a resident of that locality over fifty' years, and now occupies a cabin by the roadside. He knows no living rela tives. For over twenty years kind neigh bors have supplied liis mei, ciotning anu nrovisions. Subscribe for Thb Daily Herald anr" The immaculate Bryan will gilnd out lis grist of chestnuts at the opera house, Friday Light. Ho has got scared about the speech he made to the farmers at Weeping Water, which was the only new thing that he said and hurries down here to explain the situation to the shop boys. The sudden change in his program will lo him no good. Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known und so popular as to need no special men- ion. All who have used Electric Bit ters sing the siime song of praise. A jurer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove pirn- pies, Uoiis, salt nneuin ana oiner airec tinnn rails ed bv impure blood. "Will drive Malaria from the system and pre vent as well as cure an iuaianai levers. Ttir nir Of Headache. Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters En- ire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at F. G. Fricke & (Vs., drugstore. Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's catarrh remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal injector free. For sale by F. G. Fricke and O. II. Sny der. 2 Bucklen's Arnica Salve- The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required It . . . - . - is guaranteed to give satisiaciion, or monev refunded. Price 25 cents per box For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co. The Electric Lamp Muddle. The Electric Lamp Company seems doomed to nothing but trouble and dis apointment. They had been very suc cessful in making good lamps, which had a splendid reputation wherever they had Ween tried. This morning however the sheriff served notice on J. F. Schae fur tho minprinN'nrlet and the two I?l:iS.-i We are going to have a new mode of blowers, Marten Schwab and Henry Gut- transportation up stairs. rur mime, man, restraining inem iiom cuiermg uie particulars inquire of Miss Sampson. premises of the Electric Lamp Co., and inner latv ween, hum . , ,., ..,V1, the wav From the reading of the petition wbu-u proud oi tneir vi.j, - PUttsmouth Elec- Miss May Berry has tfic mp MTc Co. a3 plaintiff, and ond primary una a, a ,v yerified by Charle8 Uarri8, it would geem She is a teacher who performs her duties ' , ,1(w1 . n Auoh,A i....: ronn.' und WltU tTOOd I ... in a uusiucoo uc " success. T1.P j-heet in the 'basement known as thf. .Taunial had a representative in tne building last Friday and wrote up our crl.onl in m-and shape. hetner ne goi any points on the political issues of the day is as yet unknown. Teachers this term are all pleasant but f nil the schools in the state, we certain ly haye the crankiebt janitor of the lot . . onr! then, but the the night before. We will endeavor to make no comments until a final hearing i of the case which seems a very Hudden and unexpected procedure. One of the mot delightful social c&therincs of the week was the five o'clock tea given on Tuesday evening by Mrs. M. B. Murphy, in honor of her sister. Mrs. Thos. Carter of Salt Lake Pitv A montr those who sat around the j j- table, laden down with a bountiful sup- xt ,i f tnnftianmp l i Kl f-H tvr "MpRfl amiVi A. truant now , jj. j v. w . - fcuccessful method our superintendent has r. Livingston, Palmer, lier, F. E f iirr nnt "iustice to,.xne cuji'ii, i w iiite, iiyron uiaric, j . i.ann s morose is fast making truency a thing of tne I Patterson. Mrs. Carter leaves on t ruiay net I for her home in bait Lake City. & i We have, a literarv society in room 11 The Treibundjtiuished its business ses- I. , i 1 !ii .-, v. at,c I7:isfv's room sion lat evening ana wouna up wun a WniCIl la JOIlien ut ii... j I t. nrm- thn nrotrram cn- ball that was well attended by many or eacu r riua y ounuuvu, - , . .... ,if phvs. declamations ana music cue ui ue.ui-u . i., v., KI"-V "r ... . , I h,.t .- tn rn !k 1 1 1 f. if n 1 1 1 ti r -j rt-rf inn- , :....oC,;r,,r n.1 isouite creditable """ to our schools An iiicrease of 15 pupils last week and about the same this is tilling some of our rooms too full for comfort The art of clay moulding is progress ing finely, the pupils and teach rs are do ing work that would make the artists of turn frrppn with envy. Th's with mnnv other new studi- s introduced by Prof McClelland places our school in the front rank with the metropolitan schools of the east. Plattsmouth has always naa ,l muu school nnd it is evident that un der the present management no backward steps will be taken A visit to to the different buildings in nirnt for their truests. the cieitgntes liom abroad. Evervbodv scemeii to l.e liavin i food time p.nd th" ciov.d did not di perse until near 4 o'clock 1 1 1 i niorcins- "Is this the befctT' Is a question often kt.d. when medicine is wanted. The f .il i in- inr r.rf a. fow of tilt i:ie(h(in(S ill !.-!-.. vvn rfli:!lulirr sili"i !v Krifki; (U.. dr:igists oi this place. 1 l.ey nave many lit excellent medicines, lr.it these unvH.v i.f esi wcinl nifiititii : . ... -1 - - . , , ChamlHTlain s Ccnuii ni( ay, lamous for its rnrcs of severe roll!; . and as a preventative for croup. Price 50e per hottle Chamberlain's Pain Balm, a genera family liniment und especially valuabl f.r rhMimiit.ism. Price 50c ner bottle. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di- arrluna Remedv. the most reliable known JX. Ilijiw .v i . i j iimmnct opnnnm mpfliciiic for liowd comnlamts. It IS tue city wouiu couym.c ,u.. v : . , : 1 ,. . . ;.i ; ;t1,t.more school room is al- especially prized by persons subject to lni ,ll.il.v.uri- most an imperative necessity Jand that it should be met in a different manner than bv erecting one and two room buildings. The rooms cannot be kept clean and it costs a creat deal more for fuel. Clara Wilson. Wanted. We want au A No. 1 agent in this county at once, to take charge of our business, and conduct the sale of one of the very best, most meritorious, and fast est selling inventions ever ottered to tne American people. To the right person we will pay a liberal salary or allow a large commission. For full particulars address Voltaic Belt Co., No. 218, Mar shall, Mich. tf If you want to bny a good house call on Merges over Schiappagasse & Co.. Acre lots within and outside of city J;m ita ITnnsps from $500 to S3.500. Fairr1 in Cass county and the west for sale or trade. itsteu .merges. d&w- tf . Jim Antillis serving oysters in all styles at his old headquarters opposite the opera house. dtf For Seile The nicest residence lots in the city located on Chicago are., for sale cheap. For particulars enquire of Daniel Burris or call at this office. Thfi Prooer Arrangement. xii... f ,,i l nwlnit nrrmrement of the different offices to be filled at the Nt , i.- oifftinn hns been made in the Poll Books for C- -s county, ' id those havin" ?n ch-'ge the printing of the tickets lor tho several different parties will aid the clerks of election, in making no the returns of the said election, by hav .'ug the tickets printed in accordance with this arrangement: 1. Governor. 2. Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State. Auditor of Public Accounts. State Trersurer. Attorney General. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion. 8. Congressman from First Congres sional District 9. Senator from Fourth Senatorial District 10. . -i . r colic. it nis cureci manv cases oi chronic diarrhoea. Price 25 nnd 50c per bottle. St. Pitnick'sPilR for disorders of tne !K-rr unA howpK A vigorous but gen tie physic that cleanea and renovates the whole system. Price Z-jc per uox. Chfirr hrrlAin s Eve and Skin OintmTt for tetter, salt rheum, scald-head, eczema nnd chronic sore eyes. Prico 25c per uox . em me 4. 5. C. 7. Mortar Spotted Skin. Covered with Scales. Awful Spec tacle. Cured in five weeks Ijy tho Cuticura Remedies. I am RoinK to tell you of tlie extraordinary VOIlf t CTTCl'KA IX r -l ! imp..-. t-i i.ii - t I...,. Hia it if a i iii 1 In. t. i 1 1 4 1 1 ieed stiine llie. Aim i in-, i.'i ' t , red pimple 1-ke eoniiii!! out a'l over my 1).kI out tlioi'i'iii lioiniu i it u:n'i -'""ire Oil wll ?! 1' ie-iii ii MHMv iiie spots of mortar spotted on, and wliieli came -:tT in iayers a compauled with itehing. I would scratch every nwlit un til I was law. then the next :ii"htthe scales being formed meanwhile, were vcrathed off auain lu vain did I consult ..fi n.a Hitnr in TllP COIUlfV. hut without aid. Aftrnvlug up all hopes of recovery, I hap !nened to see an advertisement : .lu punier about vour .. ....... .,,,.1 ..nivhiipll tlieill f nivdrucLMt and obtained almost immediate re- net I necan to ni'ur j eradual v uroppeu " uu .i.-.,.k.- : : SeTuntfl I haTbeen tully ciiied . I lad the I one. until i nau CU'U"J,V"' ,t ' r,:i,i .., I disease thirteen niontns ueure v..i."b Float Representative from Otoe the Kkmkuiks and in four orhve -een and Cass counties. psoriasis. I know of a great many wh- have 11. Representatives from Cass county I ku0ewniedKe of tWem, especially mother who I i o. 1i.iI.hq witli aelv prillitlOllSOIl ineir uchus aiid bodies. I cannot "k S von Mv body was covered with scales, anu I wm ii awful spectacle to behold. Now my .kln is a" clear baby ... Ctwo) 12. County Com.nissioner from Sec ond District. 13. County Attorney. 14. "To amend sections two, (2) four. (4 ) and five (5) of article six (G) of the rnnstitution relat'ig to the number of Supreme Judges." 15 Cuticura Resolvent. BARGAINS ! - BARGAINS ! SPECIAL, LOW PRICES IN BOOTS and SHOES. and shall continue to close them .ut l usual LOW PRICES, be sure and consu your interest and call and get prices belore yoit buy elsewhere. W IT EBOIXTT1 rOiGCUH ilGillBJ! "Conibuiitl it thcol.l man bought one of thopc cook stove with the oven door full oi holes l;ke:i heivt, if he had KOiife he would crct a OVUM UUH1 lllll Ml llKHKn iv i .1 w ? Garlan.l: It heats the air belore it passes into the oven and it docsn t i . ,..i. i r. I'fU'nK' A' AVALK- takc near as mucii wood or com u i;ua-. i ni - Ell cook with a Garland stove at the fair and it was the nicest baker 1 ever saw. You bet Til have a Garland stove." Anyone who will cut this picture out and bring with them when they buy a ftove wc will give a 5 per cent discount for cash, a-A-LID JiJNJD SEES 30ECK & WAL Watch for the old man's reply next week. The new blood and skin Purifier and (rreatet of Humor remeuie-i, ilihuh j . .nn 1im remove tlie hinod oi ail ..in iumi'i - cau i. and'Cviici'RA the great skin , cure and c l , r.w ., m. U a i on vn mine jskiii iiuui "To amend section thirteen fl3) externally (toclear the jskin and 9calp and re I a ti( iiMirl. cure even sp.'cies hi of article six (0) of the constitution re- iultehint;, burning, seal-, and pimply diseas- bating to the salary ot the Miprcnie and c;,.. i , thi-ra. hoc Soaf- " . . I niKUieililiriti iini... . r,e. RKSOLVKNT. 1. frrparea ny me i r- - ..... unn iTinv i.iiHi liti j ..ii..- tnCurt Sk-in Diseases. : 64 tTages. fU) illustratior.s. and 100 testimonials IS). 20. 21. District Judg' 1G. "For and against the amendment relating to the sale of intoxicating liquors. 18. Assessor. Clerks of election. Judges of election. Road overseers. Bird Critchfikld, County Clerk. ThA PulDit And The Stage V. II. Shrout. Pastor United XV a Brethren churh, Blue Mound Kas , says "I feel it my duty to tell what wonders rv- irsrirr'c Kpw Discovcrv has done for i r i ii i u - " . - 1 11- A1,,,.A me. oly lungs were iiii-iij iiiocttscu, ou.i niMPLKS. black-heads, rea. rouK". cuappeu L oily skin cured by Cuticcka boat I Can't Breathe. Chest Pains, Soreness, Weakness Uaekimr CourIi, Afthma. Pleurisy, and Intlaniation relieved ia one nun .TTJ'ill iT. r?iitipur. Anti-Tatn Plaster. ing liKe it for Weak Lungs. Koth A flfNITQ for Dr. TALM ACF'S New A'iJbiN ib Book. covenuE his I'fe'S ITT A MTirn work and great trip To, VV xl.li x i is Through, and rmm Mnnerio I nrone, t.- :.wr o i irr op CHRIST. 1.111 tn n i ' K lion - ' " mc. v ""o- - T , ' . J ""ArXUAnri wonder mv nnnshioners tnougui i coma v rFopi.ir.'i ""i: .TJd. cnie only a few weeks. I took five hottlesof J."1 if Masters and famous" pictures from Dr. King's New Discovery and amsornd the Land and Times "he saviour. lJl' . . ,. -1. ? . i n I u irimi.i nwiiire of .leruealem on the uj onH wpII aimn? zu pounds in we'ini. i ?'". i'r",i i n .ia-i mi tpn feet in i.v.v ,. c. . io uir cruuMi muu, m i . Ac-c lifp aimiui V.u":."",:r :r..:" I.:,." "indh .Breatr.tl.obk:-OrUe are now Plenty of A No. 1 flour on hand to exchange for wheat at the Factoryville Reller Mills. Wheat taken on deposit. wtf. T. M. Wame. uy Folks Combination, writes: "A ter 'of tlvi:!-:f-dorld a inorOUgll inn '"""'? ' I TOU Will never nrTooiiu"'".' Vi, Brat - n i . .i. . r i.-: I rnr nrr .nnlni) will be sold the nil fence, i am counuem. .mt ivm . iwww.www r----,, oll !ind cul.e New Discovery for consumption, beats &eVl. chance, only come once in a 'em all, and cures when everything else Hotline. Exclusiae territory Riven-fu4pro-. . . i,: t j twtinn. Tb most remarkable and wonderful rails, i ne greaicBt -lmo &bQut the timPft and peoP,e my many thousand friends is to urge I 0 thebib'.e. Co to work NOW you will - i... Ar fin Li-d ; on imii i lPin ii i I w il. r i cu viini i iA u F. O. Fricke & Co's drug store. lar sizes 50c and f 1.00. Regu- Subscribe for the Dailt Herald. gives all the news. It make iiunureus ui uvum.-. j'," ,",. IIIU Willi aimu i ai.i ii" " . . . ... nQ Kamo teiritorv vou want, and wntt at once lor anicii'irii iw W. D. C0NDIT & UU.. DES MOINES, IA. WIIOLKSALE and JCIiT.MI The Oldest Implement House in Cass County. All the Standard Goods are F TN STOCK Such as John .iJeere & Go's. David J'radley & Go's. St. .i'os's and George 1). lirowns, ot (jalesburo; KBP Peru City's. V 1 L kJ v - ' S Tlie JS'ew Departure cultivator, the best that's made. THE BEST WAGON Always in stock, Received in car load lots such as Schuttler, Moline i t - i t,.i. i a. ...r. i,i Tr...,,.. . .. . aitU JVeiCnUMl. lUClveju imuuuio mm .u'.n.i-is. THE FINEST XsZts Of Buaaies, Carriages and Road Carts Headquarters for the best barb wire, "THE GL1DDEN" and ir ri .-.i.iilt. tbfir iwn interests bv iroino- to Fred Gorder. at Il;ittt. I 111 v-''1'' fc--"- v ' J O O " j u jvi.w mouth, or Fred II. Gorder, at Weeping Water, when in want of any thing in the Implement line. Fifteen years experience has taught me how to buy goods rignt, ana my trace snows lor rseit mat 1 sell right. Branch. Ssuse at Weeping "Wat or. Insure your property against lire, ligkthing and Tnrnndn ill flift AMAZON INSURANCE COMPANY. Of Cincinnatti, Oliio. ComnieacecL Business October eSiv CASH CAPITAL $3oo, 000.00 Stockholders individually liable , under the constitution of tlie State of Ohio which together with the present net surplus is a net ouarantee of about $700,000,00 to policy holders. Losses paid in nineteen years, (since organization) uearly four million dollars J. II. BEATTIE, GAZZAM GANO, Secretary. President Wm. L. BROWNE, Resident Agent, Plattsmouth Nebraska rccd til the news.