Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892, December 11, 1890, Image 1
iLit If its if PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY, NEIJK ASK A, ! I ! C J5SDA Y. DKCEMlUOIi Jl 18H) VOL. XXVI. NO. abuu r the iNi)iANs.j!:,,r,T,,'n:t -"i"ri,i:. M it-ij J Si 0 The Leading ONE Asks Tiio Public To Call on him and Examine his Large and Complete Stock of E"all and. Winter Glothixi GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Hats Caps, Trunks, Satchels and JOE will show you the county and for less money by his competitors. HOT ATI THE LARGEST LINE OF WINTER WRAPS ID FURS A FEW FLUSH SACQUES Our Plush Racquea are made up of the very best plushes and the Loops of the Beal 6kin. The prices are lower than ever and we are fhowing extraordinary values at $20. $25, $30, $35, $37.50, $40 Ladies plush walking sacques at $15, $20, $25; $35 and S45. In soma of these qualities we aro showing the NEW BRONZE PLUSH. CLOTH GARMENTS The latest novelties and at way down ficrures Full line of Misses and Chil HERRMANN. Oho Door east of First National Rank. D PRICE Clothier largest and finest stock in the than inferior goods are sold PRICES: dren's New Markets, Cloaks, and Jackets cheaper than ever. FURS FURS FURS Muffs in Coney Silver Hare- Oppos um Racoon Immitation Seal Wool Seal Astracan-Lynx Beaver Mon key Ladies and Misses Capes in Coney Tiger Hare Astracan Immitation and Wool Seals. Anil a full line of Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. HEIMMi LATEST iti:rr ur of i he seat. ( oi'M Indiana's Tin Plate IndustryCoun cil ProctdiriKS. Policoman's Ball. Local Brevities. Latest From the Seat of W.ir, I'lXi; RlIKJK AtlKNCY. S. I).. ( v i:i IJtish ville, Neb.J D: !'. The hoslil-s ciiuped on White rivir near the Bad Lauds me quMnelling unions themselves over the question of cumin into thi agency. Chief Two Stnks and his bund wish to come, hut the youcg bucks will not listen to such m proposition. So strong is the feeling on both sides that lighting imiy Uke. plcae One faction is apparently as firm as the otli v. Six government ecouts sent out fro X Pine Ridge Sunday morning have not yet returned. The main topic of conversation on yes terday was the council held on Sunday with the Indians from the White river. There is no dissent in the opinion as to its value. The true Indian requsites for life and happiness is complete iu am unt in the Bd Lands at their present camp. 'I hey have an abundant supply of food, water and wood, enough of all to last them forever if they can maintain their posi tion, and from what scouts and others acquainted with the country say there are only three entrances or rather narrow passes leading to the table laud where they are encamped, the table land afford- ! ing contiilerable good pasturage for stuck. These same scouts say fifty men could easily at each of these pusses keep a small army at bay. Shells and cannon balls would not afford any assistance, as the canons cannot be tnken across these, exterior portions of the bud land, adja cent on all sides to the table laud. That General Bit oke realizes the very serious task on hand is shown from his scheme of trying to withdraw the In dians from this place. He possibly thinks they will merge from this place and nimbly tumble into the military trap Why should they come out and leave their homes and supplies unpiotected! It is well known in Indian warfare In dians do not usually bej;in an attack u ou their enemy. Certainly not unless they have overwhelming numbers and a superiority of position. They know as well as General Brooke know that trooj s are mifsed al! about the edge of the Bad Lands ready to advance in there if they can do so. Then why should they be temptectto'leave them, giving thetn credit of a small degree of intelligence? If the Indian is ever cunning he certainly is in time of war, and no one is better ac quainted with the country the number of his enemies, etc., than he, and it seems folly to suppose he would abandon such a position as he possision as he passes if f ghting is to be done. The Indians have every advantage they could ask in acting upon the dtfen sive Is it toen reasonable to suppose he will leave all without consideration and take the field on the offensive. The County Seat. The latest reports from the country are to the effect that the necessary number ol names for the petition which is being circulated are more difficult to get than was at first supposed. Prominent per sons from the west end say that the coun try was all canvassed with the intention of laying the matter before the commiss ieners Monday morning last, but that when they got in and began to compare notes it was discoyered that they were several hundred names short of the re quired number, and anew start was made over the same territory. The number of votes cast at the last election in this coun ty was 5,035, the necessary three-fifths that must sign the petition in order to call an election would be 3,081 leaving for present location 2,054. Or in other words there must be 2,055 voters who do not sign the petition in order to prevert an election. Let us see what we may rightfully expect; Plattsmouth city and precinct give us 1,024 votes. Rock Bluffs 2S9 out of her314 votes, Eight Mile Grove 200 out of her 242 votes, Liberty closet 300 out of her 376 votes. South Bend will give us 50 more. We conbider the above figures conservative as we have allowed nothing to Manly which is fight? ing the new move harder than Platts mouth. There is also many business me in Weeping Water who do not care to build np a competitor right at their door and who will not sign a petition. We have been assured by men in Wabash and Elm wood that there were men in both i In ground of inert using the t.ixet. Taking tlit; figures w: have given aid riiittmuoutli tins 2,413 votes or 355) more vote-. 1 1 1 i n we need to defeat tli; ro o sition. In no way fan we figure out a possibility of Kiiccct ss for our fair young competitor ou the I'l;:tt:. Tin-Plate Mill in Indiana. New ('unlit ( 1ml ) eoui :er. The El wood Land Improvement company Thursday succeeded it lo cating there, a tin-plate mill, organized largely by Cleveland capitalists. The mill will employ 400 men, of whom 250 will be fckilled workmen, at wages ranging from three dollars to ten dodars per c"ay. Work will be begun on the buildings at once, and the owners expect to have the plant in operation by the time the new turift goes into effect, or possibly a couple of months before. The abundance of natural gas was the great inducement that biotight the plant to El wood. "There is a very comfortable profit," 9aid one of the projectors, "in the manu facture of tin-plates at the prices that have ruled during the past two or three years, and so many mills are being pro- jec-ed that I do not look for any advance in prices, but the new duty gives us the assurance that the market will not bo cut from under us by a wealthy combi nation of foreign makers, who can afford to do a losing business for two or three yeais to hold the market. No American capitalist has had the hardihood to fight the Welsh Tin Trust since it closed up the American mills some years ago by sending to all their customers a circular offering to cut in two any quotation the American manufacturers might make." Bills Allowed by City Council. UUJHO.N 8THKKTS. FWulfenbarger S 13 Mi it .lohnsmi -. 13 oO Tom KiiUow 00 K Bates ' 24 0 (ieo Poieall 5" M) lien if em pie M 5 W White-" GO Ed Fonlesong 27 00 . M Wheeler 24 00 J M Wo O-oi), b'd'n.Jao b'iuixhar 45 50 F auk O'Neill, ui.e cord wood 5 00 l'latts Gas Co 157 Hi W H Bentou. hand inatiei - ... C W F t;istlT nursing Finisher. 17 TO Cris Kielinke, one lock 1 ;o .laeb Si hwindlcr. special police... 2 00 J It Denson, sala y 4,", On .1 no hi 1 7. atrick, salary 4-r '0 SS Archer sa'aiy 50 r0 K rati It O'Feill, salary Ah 00 Eleetr:c L fc'ht Co. same lot) 00 M Jb iuirgliy & Co . 1 00 Policemen's Ball. The policemen's ball takes place to morrow eyening at Fitzgerald's Hull. The grand march will take place at 3 o'clock. Tickets are now in the bands of several parties around town, and those who wish to attend should secure them at one. "Is this the best?" Is a question often asked, when medicine is wanted. The following are a few of the medicines of known reliability, sold by l?'ricke & Co., druggists of this place. They have many other excellent medicines, but these are worthy of especial mention: Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of severe colds, and as a preventative for croup. Price 50e per bottle. Chamberlain's Pain Balm, a general family liciment hnd especially valuable for rheumatism. Price 50c per bottle. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy, the most reliable known medicine for bowel complaints. It is especially prized by persons subject to colic. It has cured many cases of chronic diarrhoea. Price 25 ond 50c per bottle." St. Pataick'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 foi tetter, salt rheum, scald-head, eczema and chronic sore eyes. Prico 25c per box. A rare chance to get books cheap. J. P. Young will sell you cl th bound 12mo. books at 25 and 30 cents, that can not be bought at that price now at wholesale. You will pay from 35 to 50 cents fir the same books from other dealers. Remember we are closing out cur entire stock, and are selling only for CASII at these reduction in prices. Call and see for yourself that we mean business. Uoliday presents at almost any pric at B..A. McEl wain's jewelery store. 319 Main street. - tf Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for constipation, loss of appetite, dizziness and all iymptoms of 5 dyspepsia. Price I 10 and 75 cents per bottle For sale by F. O. Fricke and O. H. Sayder. 4 SELLS CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS. UB STOCK I& COMPLETE IN A.L.L, DEPARTMENTS, i .A-IETD If You Can'tGet TM 0 WES Its Time to Quit and go to School WE LEAD THE TOWN IN LOW PRICES DO NOT LET THE FACT ESCAPE YOU. IT DOES p0 buy Trash at any Price, but it That is what THE FIRST-CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES. LadicB lin'lerwrar ntM t'uderwear fjliil tlren I'litieriveai ToliogsaitN K HNcinatra II osiery Yarn MDK Clip Ituyn iii.s verliii-t.-4 Overall Tinware IIouhp Hardware Carpenter Tools Ita-ket lot lies LlneK It i i-tl C'nst-M Birtl (Seed 5- Presents suitable for everybcdy-'-Clieup for Cash at Main Stroot. ''THE 2T A. Z 3." Li t FOIl CASII ONLY, 0P HOLIDAY GOODS NOW IS THE TIME TO P. -WILL SAVE 25 TO 50 PER CEf3T Oft! PIsTTSS GOODS AZiB'D'MS DOlLS, TOYS. BIBLES Z200HS OIF -A.XiIj KINDS. Call and see Satisfied and Suited at T 7Wi ril J Ku) NOT PAY does p?iy to buy o;ooil good a clienp you can do at ET.I1. Kta! ionery Photo AlbuniH Autotfraplt Album Nerap Album Mlaten Toys lor -lrlx 'I oy s I'or IStiv ti lo V-M lloliilay 4iood Us 4 IN ALL BRANCHES, BUY AND SAVE MONEY. F ALL i u m vi t YOUNG YOU FKOM- for Yourselves.