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OFFICIAL PAPER LOF THE COUNTY
THURSDAY, OCTOBER CO, 1890.
B. & M. Time Table.
No 2 :...5:(5p. in.
4 10:25 a. ra
6 7 ;44 p. m.
10 10 :o a. m.
12 lc :1G a. m
lo :25 a m,
.3 :20 a.
.5 : J5 p.
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..7 :15a. .
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..5 :25 p. Hi.
.11 :00 a. ra.
r. A. Salisbury has the excUilTf r!rht to me
r Steinau'K Local AnwHthetlo for the Painle
tlon of Teeth in thUcity. Office Hock wood
I. O. O. F.
CASS LODGE. No. 140.1- . O. F. meets ey
Tuesday nlplit at, their hall J n .fed
block. All Odd Fellow? are cordially invited
to attend wlieu visiting in t.ie city.
John Cokv, Sec.
C A- R.
lUcConnihie Twu'lio. 45. meets every Satur
day eveninj; at 7 -.30, in thetr liall. Kockwood
Block. All visiting comrades are invited to
meet with us.
. F. Nile. Post Adj.
F. A. Bates, Poet Com.
Wanted-AN ACTIVE HONEST MAN r .n
aiv Sioo monthly if suitable wit!: ..ppoi
timities for advance, to represent - ''
sponsible New York house. .,.i.uUi:Uiier,
lock Hex 1585. N. Y.
Mrs. Dr. Reynolds has improved so
that she is able to sit up in bed.
Wm. Shera and sister, Mrs. Addie
-Knan. started back to Rapid City, S. D.
last Monday morning.
James Carper has sold his eighty acre
farm two miles south of here to Charles
Franz for twentytwo hundred dollars.
Amos Worl has got his new stone and
brick house so near completed that he
lias moved into it.
Dr. Tabor, a young doctor from
Tazewell county Virginia, arrived here
Friday and is the guest of Dr. Reynolds.
He thinks some of locating at Murray, in
Mr. Swain and daughter, of Chilli
cothe Missouri, the f ther and sister of
Mrs. A. M. Holmes, have been yisiting
with relatives and acquaintances for a
Rock Creek school house has got a
brand new set of window blinds made
of boards and are strong and tight They
are put on for the purpose of keeping
tramps out of the school house at night.
But more especially to keep out the local
tramps that have been in the habit ot
going there nights and gambling at high
' Thomas Sullivan had fifty head of
cattle dehorned last Saturday. This
practice will become a universal custom
before many years, and the horned herd
will look vicious and dangerous. We
have yet to see the first person who has
hl cattle dehorned that does not
Wnm a strons advocate of it. For no
uerson can see, or realize and appreciate
. . - . iJ r.
.the advantages ot it uniu ne uas uuu i
lierrian Hiatt and family who have
recently n.oved from Beaver City, Fur-
eountv. are visiting oia acquaim-
and neighbors. Berrian grew up
to manhood from a small boy in Rock
ninffa school district, and went west a
Furnas county, but the
,i weather out there has been too
f,.r him. and he has come back to
raBa as many others are doing.
S. L. Furlong completed the second
mocula ion of forty-nine head of pigs
i i. l. Saturday. The first inocu
lation was done the 23th of September,
. o all have done well. They
were only off full feed two or three days
-r- ti.. first inoculation. Ten days
from the second inoculation he is ready
. of them among the cholera
Cf UUb O -
hogs that are dying, as a test to prove
their immunity from taking the genuine
-W cholera in the natural jr.
B Tim Shaver.
You have heard your friends and
.. li oiUnir about itr You may
yourself be one of the many who know
J . ;,,cf Imn irnnn
tfrora personal expencuj -
. thing it is. If you have ever tried t,
oo are one of its stauncn i
5 .,irfnl thin about it is
realise nic wwui c. .
1 when once given a tna. Dr.K.ng s
Ttw Discovery ever aiier uu - r--in
the house. If you have never used it
and should be afflicted witn a
old or any throat, lung or chest trouble
-eenre a bottle at once and give it a lir
rl It ia guaranteed every time, or
refunded. Trial bottle free at
ZT. G. Fricke & Co'b drug itore. 6
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i88
tUe Pally Herald.
1CKV. J. I. M. 15UCKNK.lt.
D.ar friends, we come now to theclos
in" article of thesre amendment notes.
Six months ago we coininenccd a series
of articles on this subject for no other
purpose, than the good of the city and
state. We commenced with malice to
ward none and charity for all, and we
close in the same spirit.
In our Hi st notes we said; "If the saloon
is a goo1 thing, if it makes people better,
wealthier and happier, it must be protect- j
ed and fostered; but if it makes people
nAAP,t anA rmisf-s macv sad
VTUISt) v i . t. . l
homes, it must die." I have tried to
show that it is a source of crime, a de
stroyer of wealth, a school of iniquity
and that we would be latter off without
it. But you know how hard it is to
convince a man of a truth if he is preju
diced against it. But now to be hontst
mv brother, if you was on your dying
bed and your little boy ten years old
should take you by the hand and say:
father, shall I visit the saloons when I
get older? Shall I be a moderate drinker?
Would you answer, yes, my son, by all
means? If you would give that kind
of advice to your boy on your dying
bed, go to the polls and vote for the
But if you would say to your boy,
stay out of the saloon, let whiskey alom.
then I ask you, in the name of father
hood, to vote against the saloon. Do
not vote to perpetuate an institution that
you would be unwilling for your boy to
patronize saloons, what would you advise
your neighbor's boy, if you had an in
terest in him and you was sure he would
follow your adyice? Would you not
say, keep out of the saloon, let whiskey
My brother, if in the secret judgment
of your heart you believe a man will be
as healthy, as wise and as rich if he be a
total abstainer, as if he should be a
drinking man, then I beg of you to vote
for the prohibitory amendment for our
boy's sake, for the safety of our homes,
and the security of our state. Now do
not say, I would vote for the prohibitory
If T thmi oh t it would be
aiuuuuiu.tu - 1
We must do right, we must be true to
our convictions, we gain nothing by de
lay, to license is to strengthen, there is
k.. nno Knnrcp to imrKiiA and that is to
put the law in harmony with the gospel
and prohibit what is wrong.
There are many things to mislead us,
many things to deceive us on this mat
ter. Let us think for ourselves, and
when whiskey men say it will
take away our personal liberty, it will
take away our money and leave us bank
rupt, it will flood our state with whiskey
and drunkards, let us tell them we know
better. The saloon is not a wealth pro
ducer, it is not an institution working
for temperance and purity. How
strange t hear the saloon keeper talk
ing for temperance.
I want to call your attention to the re
sults of the conflict.
If the prohibitory amendment carries
there will be joy n many hearts;
and if it is lost there will be joy in many
hearts: this joy will break out in a
jubilee, and there will be great demon
strations of victory. Where shall this
celebration be held i The result of the
election will determine. If the prohib
itory amendment carries it will be in the
church. Sabbath School. W. C. T. U. and
Good Templar. There will be songs of
p-aise and prayers of thanks-giving all
oyer this 6tate.
But if the sa'o m; win the celebration
will be held in them. The saloon keeper
the brewer, the distiller, the drunkard,
the prostitute, all the wortt c' aractei s
will take an active part in this jubilee,
the triumph of evil.
My dear friend, are you willing to
join that crowd and lead in the celebra
tion of the triumph of the saloon?
Which ide is God, rght ou-ne 8, pur
ity and sobriety on? Which side do you
want your girls on? Your boys? Which
side will you be on?
May Goi help us to make no mistake.
M a. McCmstic look out ! The sc heme
afoot and will " be worked hard to
throw vou overboard in exchange for the
unreconstrue'ed Lemasters next Friday
at the Louisville mettiag of the demo
cratic central committee. Plattsmouth
democrats want your scalp, Mr. McClintic
and they will hare it if they can get it.
WEEKLY HERALD iPLATSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 30 1890
The following oftichit report of Consul
Dui.l.ip of Brtsl-u, Germany, vh al
t. u l.:.l the .rrnu il exhibition of agricul
tural nuuhiiniy in .Tune of this year, of
tl:: prices t agricultural machinery
from the United t'tate?, will be conclu
sive to such leaders of the Journal as sre
.M-quiiiutcrt with tl. j rice in this
co'.i ntry :
M.-f'rumirk's rt'itni-r ami hinder, coin-
, , ?L-.'S oo
M.-CorM-ir-UN s'lf liikt-r c.iplcl. HI 0l
M"Coim!r-lv'!ii"wer, live f.otcir H"
WoodV ie:t. er ami biinh-r, ct:iiph-ti!. . . . -TC "
Wood's .-lf-r!;kln;:r aj.r, eot-U-t ... 1U
Wood' self-iaVin reaper. !iht 12 (KJ
VoodV mower '. "
1). M. Osborne & Co self lv.kinn rc:i( er.. 144 00
Deere Cj.. twelve inch plow with roll
in., cutter 1 '
Deere A Co.. riding plow c'-' 4
Acme harr-w 40 ,n
Philadelphia lawn mower, fourteen inch
cut. eight inches hl'h
Philadelphia lawn mower, cixfeen inch
r-iit rM"lif. inches hiirh.
Philadelphia lau mower, sixteen inch
cut, four Inches his" 1440
Tub New York importers have shown
their hand by attacking the Mciviniey
bill in the courts and the democratic
press has shown its hand by assisting in
the fight and lending comion to n.e
enemy. That vat sums of money are
being poured out by the importers in
the interests of the democratic party i
i i ..11 n'linf irt!l1
now conceded oy mi.
ence it can exert is being shown on be
half of British monopolies and foreign
importers as against American working-
men and American interests
"I AM TIItED OF HEARING ABOUT LAWS
BEING MADE FOR THE MEN WHO WORK IN
the shoi's." W. J. Bryan, democratic
candidate for congress, in his speech at
Weckbach & C. vs. A.
Continued for service until Oct. 31, 10
Chnrles . n-ttcmnutb.
On trial to a jurv, Matthew Genug lor
Surah J. Fairfield vs. Andrew Kerns
et al. Tnken under further advisement
by consent uutil November Srd, 2 p. m.
License to wed issued Saturday to Mr.
David F. Stootzman aged 21, and
Miss Annie Troyer aged 19, both of
The Westinghouse Electric Co. vs. J.
P. Antill and -J. II . Bellows. Demur
rer of defendant Bellows overruled.
Leave to answer by Nov. 10, 1890. .1.
ir TTirlmnn for nlaintiff. II. D. Travis
ax iiivivn- i
for defendant Bellows.
W. C.T. U. Meeting
There will be a meetin'; of the W, C
T. U. at the home of Mrs. S. A. Davis
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, to per
feet all arrangements decided upon.
By order of the President.
George White is still alive but such is
his condition that he cannot live long.
Mr. Ralph McPheroa to Miss Mary
Ward at the office of the county judge,
at 1 o'clock. Judge Ramsey officiating
The bride and groom are both residents
of Tabor Iowa.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever
Soros Tetter. Chaoued Hands, ChUDiains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures f lies, or no pay requires u
i truaranteed to give satisfaction, or
monev refunded, f rice 20 cents per nox
For sale by . ricxe y. v u.
- . a j- TT 1 W 1
If you want to bny a cood house call
on Merges over ociuappagasse 04 tu
Acre lots within and outside of city lira
;ta TTnnsps from $500 to S3.500.
Wrmt ?n Class countv and the west for
sale or trade. Peter Merges.
The first fresh oysters of the season at
J. Hatt & Co's, tf
Plenty of A No. 1 flour on hand to
exchange for wheat at the Factoryville
Roller Mills. Wheat taken on deposit
wtf. T. M. Warne.
Sleepless nights, made miserable by
I,.. furrihlo foncrh. Shiloh's Cure is
the rmprlv tnr von. For sale bv F. G
Fricke and O. H. Snyder. 2
For lame back, side or chest, use Shi
loh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents
For sale by F..G. Fricke and O. H. Sny
My residence property, No. 1411
rust. St. Suitable for one larse or
two small families.
Farm for Sale.
ojft rrr of fine land, with all modern
improvements, within one mile of Mur
ray. Will sell all or part of the same.
Prire9 reasonable and terms easy, for
further particular address or call on,
Murray, Cass Co., Nebraska.
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for
constipation, loss of appetite, ' dizziness
, n :
and all symptoms 01 dyspepsia,
10 and 75 cents per bottle. For sale by
F. G. Fricke and O. H. Snyder. 4
Subscribe for The Dailt Herald and
read all the newt.
"Is this the best?" Is a question often
itbkcd, wlun medicine is wanttd. The
following are a few of the medicines of
known reliability, sold by Fricke & Co.,
druggists of this place. They have inHiiy
other excellent medicines, but these arc
worthy of especial mention:
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous
for its cures of severe cold.-,, aud as
preventative for croup. Price 50c per
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, a general
family liniment mid especially valuable
for rheumatism. Price 50c per bottle
Chamberlain's Colic, ChoUra and Di-airho-
i Remedy, th- most reliable known
medicintf for bowel complaints. It JS
especially prized by persons tnl.jcct to
colic. It has cured many cases of
chronic diarrlxea. Price 25 ond 50c per
bottle. , , t
St. P.ttaick's Pills, for disorders of the
liver and bowels. A vigorous but gen
tie physic that cleanes and renovates the
whole system. Price 25c per box.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment
f(;i tetter, salt rheum, scald-head, eczema
and chronic sore eyes. Prico 25c per
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
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bit
ters sing the same song of praise A
purer medicine does not exist and it is
guaranteed to do all that is claimed.
Electric Bitters will cure all diseases ot
the Liver and Kidneys, will remove pim-
nles. Boils, Salt Klitum ana otuer ac
tions caused by impure blood. Vv ill
drive Malaria from the system and pre-
vent ns well as cure an xuaiariai icveia.
rw rnre of Headache. Constipation
and Indigestion try Electric Bitters En
tire satisfaction guaranteed, or money
refunded. Price 50 cents and $ 1 per
b.tt!e at F. G. Fiicke& Co's , drugstore.
Will vou suffer with dyspejsia and
liver complaint? ' Shiloh s vitalizer is
ouatanteed to cure you. For sale by K
G. Fricke find O. 11. bnyrter. 1
Mortar Spotted Skin.
Covered with Scales. Awful Spec-
. a a 1
by the Cuticura Rem
I Mm uoinir to tell you of the t xtraordiuarv
cure voTir ci'TirntA Kfmediks perior-rea on
me, About the 1st of April la-t noticed some
red pimple-like eomini: out a 1 over niy body
Lc" r. '...1.. v, t ! ,,nii k niftime later
snots of mortar spotted on, and
whUh ewe i'rt in layers as
coinpauied with itching. I
wuill snatch every liiuht un
til I was law. then the next
nicht the scales being formed
meanwhile, were scrathed off
anain In vain did I consult
all the doctors in the county.
hut witnoui am- f".(s
un all hopes of recovery, I hap
penea to see r n . ...
tha ,.wmn.rter about your
U N "VU.Vr .'hasf..! them of
..KooDedoif and disappeared one .,y
one iritii I had been fully emeu. 1 nau me
one u 1111 1 ,,,. a 1 l.f.'nn takinif
d s;.s.- thirteen niomi" . was n
the Ukmeoiks auri in four orfie weeks was en
rirelv rured. WV ueseasc -
SSLl?? know of a Bre.tn.an, wh 1 ,
t ken tue f kui - ,t,otllPlli wi10
knowledtje of 'keV..especiaoy .
have babes witn scai ei"i t,..lnWs tn
. . . . .- ..... f ..rnrpss ni lliarKS 10
aiKI DOdies. 1 twu' - - a .
m. iw.Hu u na r-nveieu '
I was Hit awful speeiacie iu
skin is clear ,,orl.m
rh w mood and skin purifier and greatest of
Humor remedies. . (internally to r. leanse . e
hlr.od f all ! mpnrities. and thus re n, ye Uie
....V'ltTicrRA t he CrrHI -kiii rtiivi
ATtprnallv Itociar t ue smu uu o....
?.xtlrV,.J 1,V.,i r V-nrp everv species of .goniz-
"uk Whliip. burning. c v. and pimply diseas
es of! he skin, scalo and blood.
,,1,1 eveiywheie. li ice.i VTJV i.Uo
00. i:m i.vKM'.sl. rrepuieu uy me -DM
am chemical corporation. Boston
t-Sendfor"HowtoCure SKin iJiseases
T- "fvt .,,... n, ,,nri inn testimonials.
64 pages, 00 in,iM,rti,",
PIMPLFS. black-heaas. rea. rouii, cu-iiu
'oily skin cured by Cuticcra soap.
I Can't Breathe.
Chest Pains. Soreness, Weakness
Hacking Cough, Asthma. Pleurisy,
and Iutlamation relieved in one nun
.TTrT r!,itir.iir Anti-Pain Plaster. Noth
ing like it for Weak Lungs.
AviJbJN lb Book, covering his l.ife's
the Christ-Land," entitled
"From Manger To Throne,"
Embracing a New LIFE OP CHRIST,
and a Story of Palestine and Its
Peoole. illustrated with oyer 400 wonder
nil eiJgravii'B of scenery 111 Holy Land. cpie
ofo drnastersand 2CUI"'"'
hi ni4 and Times of the saviour.
ik?aLBmiU pi"ure LfJerusalem on the d - y
of the crucifixion, in 9wUranAtn1t in
lensth. 'Ibis is Or. TALtWAGE S Ilr
wo, k and his great e-t book. Orders are now
murine in from all prts of the civilized L world
territoof Such, chanrej only come once in a
lifetime, txnus aeirnnu'j
lection: llie most remarkable nd wonderful
of all books about tne lana. ume iicwt
i Jt1 wnrlf NOW and VOU will
make hundred, of dollars Jtory go
ing with a rush ; act now ; no capital needea.
Name territory you want, and wilt at occe
for particulars to
W. D. C0ND1T & CO..
DES MOINES, IA.
f AXT7FACT1TRKR OF AW
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DKALKR IN THB .
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
D..nrhsres' and Bu d
FULL LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLE
always io ttock. Nor. 28. 1885.
BARGAINS! - BARGAINS!
SPECIAL, LOW PRICES IN
BOOTS and SHOES.
goods before the
and shall continue to close them out - Vt
usual LOW PRICKS, be sure and consu i
your interest and call and get prices belore you
IT JBGmT' CGUJE .Gia.2BH
"Conlbund it the old man bought one of those cook stove with the
oven door full of holes like a bcive, if he had sense he would get a
Garland: It heats the air before it passes into the oven and it doesn t
take near as much wood or coal to bake. I saw I30ECK & WALK
ER cook with a Garland stove at the fair and it was the nicest baker
1 ever saw. You bet I'll have a Garland stove."
Anyone who will cut this picture out and bring with thein
when they buy a ftove we will give a 5 per cent discount
CALL AILTID S3jIEj
Watch for the old man's reply next
Gortons Implement Bepot
The Oldest Implement
All the Standard Goods are
KEPT IjNT STOCK-
Such as J ohn Leere ifc Co's. David Bradley & Co's.
Peru City's., St. Joe's and George D. Browns, ot Galesburg &
The Js'ew Departure cultivator, the best that's made.
Always in stock. Received in car
HIKl IVCLCUUIIl. J.J14IVL,J AyiUUUlO "IJU .'A Ki o
rHE FZXTEST IiIlJ
Of Buaaies, Carriages and Road Carts
Headquarters for the best barb
fact everything in any of
YKf ill niin en It tlifir own interests bv
If IU V-VllCUiu " J O O ..v. y lav M. lairll
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 right, and my trade shows for itself that I sell right.
Branch. House at Weoping Water.
Insure your property against lire, lightnin
fPnnlr lit til a
XUI UIIUU, Ait
AMAZON INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Commenced Business Qcstofiet?
CASH CAPITAL - - $300,00o.00
Stockholders individually naoie ,
. . - 1 . ; . 1 .
Of UlllO WI11CU lOgetutsr wilu uicmeseui, net 6UrpiU8 18 a net
Duarantee of about $700,000,00 to ped icy holders.
Losses paid in nineteen years, (since organization) uearly four million
J. H. BEATTIE,
Wm. L. BROWNE, Resident
advance of lO per ce rii.
BOECK & CO.
House in Cass County.
load lots such as Sehuttler, Moline
wire, "THE GLIDDEN"
the above lines of goods
o-oino to Kred (irnrrlpr nf Plotfo
unaer uie constitution of the Stat
t, , a. . .
Agent, Plattsmouth Nebraska
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