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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1890)
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jm iington, uiuo, statea mat hu nau men
under tin; care of two prominent physi-
Dry wood for sale. Inipuireof II. B.
Everybody Reads the Dully Herald.
Cups. Mincers and vuS'S In-low manu
facturers :tt Wildinun & Fullu. tf
Uuruh has m fine line of good suitable
find elegant fcr Cl)i intuits presents.
Call ar;d see him. ti lit
Novelties in il verware tit tin? reliable
jewelry house if ?. A. Me Li.wai.v,
319 M:iin fctrcct. tf
OFFICIAL PAPER SQF.THE COUNTY
WEDNESDAY, DECEMliEIi 10, lbSO
IH-. A. KallHhurjr lias Mip ejoirtdt t!rlit t uh
fr. StMu&u'H l.omi A i.ustliel lr lor the Hiiinle
Kxtraetlau or Truth lu UiU cltjr. OfOeo ltoek woixl
I. O. O. F.
CASS I.OIx;K. No. 110 I. . - F. meets ev
ery Tueday night at thoir ti all in Fitzgerald
block. All Odd Fellow am cordially invited
to attend when vlsitiiiM' iii trie city.
LOHIR ItAVId. N.1.
John Cokv, Sec
C. A- R.
McCounUile 1'c.st, ISo. 45. meets every SMwr
ay evening at 7 JO. In tbetr lihll. Kockwood
Block. All visit i&g comrades are Invited to
mt with us.
i. V. Nile. Post Adj.
F. A. Hales, Votl Com.
ranted-AN ACTIVr HOFT MAN-Pai-atv&loo
iiontiilv if soil able. witboiijnr-
tunltw for aovui re t tepi csent locally a re
ftponHible New York. hiu.-e. Manufacturer,
Lock oox 15SS. N. Y.
New Time Table
OOINO WKbT OOIKlO EAST
Nl, 3 :50 a. m No 2 5 :05 p. m.
3 6:45 p. m " 4 ionium
5 9 :'W a. m. "6 7 ;14 p. ra.
T 7:15 a. in. " 10 10:00 a. m.
9, :lop,ru. "12 10:14 a. m
"ll... 5:25 p. ro. ".2 8:0 a- m.
- 19 11 :05 ft. m.
Our Clubbing List.
Globe -Democrat and JIkuai.u $2.25
Harper's Magazine "
Harper's Bazar "
National Tribune "
It is only a step fiom the gutter to the
editorial management of the Journal.
The telegraph announces a gnat cud
find at Chadron only sixty feet below
No, no, the ITekai.d only got its foot
in the Journal's mouth. You were too
drunk to know which mouth it was.
The S. of V. social, which was to have
leen held at Eockwood Hall tomorrow
night, has been indefinitely postponed.
The funeral "Jicnmie" Thresher occur
red today at two o'clock, it was consider
ed inad visible to longer await the coin
ing of Mr. Thrtshcr,
T. E. Williams of Eight Mile Grove
and M. L. Thomas of Lincoln, both for
mer newspaper men made the Hkisalu a
pleasant call today.
The auction sale of the remains of the
J. V. Weckbach stook of dry goods be
gins today. Everything will positively
lie sold to the highest bidder.
Edna Siecrist sustains the role of
Flora Ashton tqe heroine in the Black
Hawks in a mo.t acceptable niHnner and
proves heself to be a capable actress.
The old depot will be put in shape for
winter in a few days by clearing the
little plastering off remaining on the
ceiling and putting on ipne ceilings.
Arizona Joe's remarkable feats of
taarksmanship in the border drama,
Black Hawk" is without a doubt the
most wonderful ever seen on any stage.
Old man Sherman, better known 8
"Sioux Faced Charley" thought hesmell--ed
carrion and with famished lips rushed
to the defense of what be thinks was a
The B. & M. have opened a new line
io Des Moine?, which is much shorter
and more direct than the old one by the
way of Chariton. The trains now con
nect with trains at Osceola, over the old
narrow gauge road.
S. II. Morrison mi Nebraska City and
A. W. Crites of Chadron, were in atten
dance at an important meeting of the
Masonic Chapter. They are both in at
tendance today at a meeting of the Grand
Chapter in Lincoln.
If you want to save money when buy
ing yoar Xnias presents, don't fail to
call at J. P. Young's and get his price.
We mean just what wo say, that we will
aa?e you money on all kinds of holiday
goods for CASH ONLY, for we are
closing out our stoek at a big reduction.
Call and see for yourself.
Engineer Glcahon is in Lincoln today.
MrB. J. L. Minor went to Omidia this
moi nin x.
H. Parker and wife were pussenyc-ra for
Des Moines this morning.
Mrs. A. L. Wiles returned to her home
this morning at Alliance.
Mrs. Perry Walker came home this
morning from her enstern trij .
Mrs. F. 8. Granger, of Edgar, spent
latt evening in this city as a guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murphy, of Cedar
Creek, were down attending the charity
ball last evening.
Boss Morrow eold one hundred tons
of millet this morning in the 8tack to
Sam Barker for four dollars per tan.
Mrs. James Mitchell and her sister Miss
Ida Conn went over to Chariton this
morning for a week's visit with relative.
D. S Draper and Rosa Morrow went to
South Omahn this morning to sell two or
three cars of Chiistmas beeves, they hav
ing some extra line fat cattle of their own
A fciiite of rooms for rent in a flat,
cheap. For partieulais enquire of Stt:
plan Euzzi 11. tf
Ladies' and gents' gold watches at
the lowest living; pi ices in to vn. All
gooua warrantea at l. A. .mct.i wain s,
319 Main street. tf
S;inta Cluus is going to May all winter J
with Wildman ifc Fuller. All the child
ren, and their fathers end their mothers,
should call and Bee what he has brought
with him. tf
cians, and used their treatim nt until he
was not u!h' to jM-t around. They pro
nounced bis case to be ( him. in -t idi and
incurable. lie w..s persuaded to try Dr.
Kind's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds itup at th.it time was
notable to walk aeli'-H t!i'-street without
restiiii.'. lie found lm-U'ie he had used
half a bottle, that In: vts much better;
he continued to use it mid ; toiiv en
jo iii'; good h...l.h. 1 1' mi have iinv
throat, lung or t t :-t timi1 !e. try it. We
glial ;i ii tee cat isf :ict in. T;:-! holtlcficu
at F. G. Flieke & (,V, d. :jcti-i--.
If Mm want to buy a uood hoi;s; call
on MeriT'-s oyer Schnpp:igu it (To
Acre i u ithin i.iel ouicide ot t ity lim
its. Housed from :J.vfi to .;.. r((;0.
Farms in Cish county ami the wt for
sub' or trade. 1'ki i-u Mi-Kill'..
i A w- tf.
"sjl - --xvrc (-H v'v.dc
r m t i r - w r k
A I .!'H -WT
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r-.: -1V . i?,. I. Like Humply
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--,- .. -Dumpiy
Miss Grant is no w prepared to give
lessons on the piano. She can be found
at 811 Locust streot, next door to the
Christian church. dtf
Theo W. Ivory vs J. P. Smith et al.
Suit on notes. Answer by Jan. 5. lSi.il.
II. D. Travis for plaintiff.
Last will an.t tefctainent of Simpson C.
Bethel, deceased. Admitted to probate.
N. II. Meeker appointed executor.
Lawrence P. Stull vs Frank O'Neill.
Suit in replevin.
Lester Vivian vs James Fitzgerald.
Set for 13th.
Lawrence Stull vs C. W. Holmes et al.
Set for 13th.
Capitol National Bank of Lincoln vs
F. M Striplin tt al.
If the theatre going people want to fee
a fine play presented by a first class com
pany, they must not failto sett "Actle
Payn" in "Mary Stuart" tomorrow nigh t
Miss Payn is a fine actress and no doul t
many of our citizens remember her, as
she wis the leading lady of Geo. Miln the
preacher actor, atthe three different times
he appeared in our city. Miss Payn ro
ceives fine press notices fr in the best
critics in all the larger cities she has ap
peared in; and it is hoped she will re
ceive a good patronage tomorrow night
as there is no advance in prices, 7 cents
for reserved seats. Secure your tickets
at once and see one of the best plays of
the season. Youis Truly,
J. P. Yocso
To Nervous Debilitated Men.
If you will send us your address, we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
tnplaiuinfi all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
Electro-Voltiac Belt and tippliances, and
their charming effects upon the ncrvious
debilitated 8 stem, and how they will
quickly restore you to vitror and man
hood. Pamphlet free. If vou are thus
afflicted wc will send you a belt and ap
phances on a trial.
Voltiac Uki.t Co. Marshall, Nich.
DAWSON 1 PEARCE
Also Fresh Cut I lowers.
eSTStore n Iii lev Block.
Till your Onxi-r v
you muni !':ive
Wlar? Santa Claus Soap
coirte5 uer way;
St r a i v P A M R .SOAP
i,;.'- -: rnrnp m.MAV
ffADt: ONLY BV
BARGAINS! - BARGAINS!
SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN
BOOTS and. SHOES.
The Herald calls special attention to
J. P. Young's display ad on the first
page of today's paper. Mr. Young
means exactly what he says.
For lame back, side or chest, use Shi- C. A. MARSHALL,
loh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
For sale by F.G. Fricke and O. II. Suy-
'" OOUljANO I'' ifi'-J ( I. I NVC!i WS-
Bridge work and line g ld work a
l)K. ST KIN A t's Mitt A I. us wli as otler an
estliet;e.s:;lveu lurlli" ;.in!e-! -x 'r.tcl ioii ot
AS VSfE bought our Leather and Rubber
goods before the advance of IO per cent,
and shall continue to close them out at the
usual LOW PRICES, be sure and consult
your interest and call and get prices before you
W. A. BOECK & CO.
This remedy is becoming eo 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 Bittere will cure all diseases of
the Liver and Kidneys, will remove pim
ples, lioiis, bait Kheum and other affec
tions caused by impure blood. Wrill
drive Malaria from the system and tire-
vent as well as cure all Malarial fevers.
For cure of Headache, Constipation
and Indigestion try Electric Bitters En-
lire satisfaction guaranteed, or money
reiu'.Kiea. I'rice oo cents and $1 jur
bottle at r. G. rnckeiV Co s .drugstore.
- PRICES -
COR.. FIFTH -A. 1ST ID VINE STS
Sil'I'ISKilUTIOK CrXVEjT IjT JiVHIY I'JVlj'L'ICTJiILfj.
The Charity Ball.
While the charity ball, given by t e
young ladies ot St. Agnes Guild, w;is
not the financial success which the object
for which it was inaugurated merited, it
was the most delightful dancing party
had during the season. The grand
march, participated in by about thirty
couples of our leading society people,
led by Mr. Chambers and Miss Harriet
Fulmer, was a most pleasing sight.
The light fantastic was tripped until the
wee sma' hours, and socially regarded as
a pronounced success. A delightful re
past was served, donated by the ladies of
our city, for which the Guild extend
their thanks, also to Mrs. Byron Clark
for her energetic assistance.
Members of the relief committee should
not forget the meeting tonight.
Plenty of A No. 1 flour n hmad to
exchange for wheat at the Factoryville
Holler Mill. Wheat taken on deposit.
wtf. T. M. Warm 9.
Before purchasing your holiday goods
look through my elegant line of ladies'
and gents' cuff buttons, chains, charms,
rings and other fine goods at reasonable
prices. B. A. McElwaik, Jeweler.
319 Main street. tf
Oleo Margerine Peterson locally known
as "bogus butter" as a scavenger claims
to be able to do up old man Sherman
himself. If slime and filth were the pre
eminent requisites of a newspaper wc
would admit the basement review, was a
Martin L. Hansen, an office boy at the
Perkins this morning discovered that he
had been robbed by a green looking
stranger that. Mr. Bons bad retained in
his employ for a few days. The robber
got an gl8 over coat $ revolver, a pair
of pants and a good pocket book con
taining $2 in cash. He was traced to
Pacific Junction but no farther trace of
the smooth young man could be found.
All persons knowing themielvas to be
owing delinquent personal taxes are re
quested to call at the treasurer's office
and settla the same at once and avoid
trouble and cost?. d3t
If. Out Livinoatox.
Farm for Sale.
240 acres of fine land, with all modern
improvements, within one mile of Mur
ray. Will sell all or part of the smut.
I'nces reasonable and terms easv, for
further particular address or call on,
Murray, Cas Co., Nebraska.
Dr. Marshall' DEfiTEST
Will be in his office from Dsc. 12 tib
Jan. 4, prepared to do all kinds of den
tal work by the very latest and most im
Andy Taylor returned home yesterday
from a two weeks' trip to Virginia. He
found the snow a foot deep at Indiana
polis, and was delighted, he says, to
get back to God's country of plenty fnd
AH ECZEMA 17 YEARS
: I it ICK8
100 Seforthia F.Iegans 12 to 11 inches high.
100 " " 20 to 24
100 " " 30 to lid " ,
12 " " 40 to 42 " " .
200 Areca Lutc-sccns IS to 20 " " .
24 to 30
" Verschaffeltii IS to 20 "
" Rubra 24
Baueri, fino 30
4 Mad.igaKcarien.sis 30 "
Kcntia Fostcriana 12 to 15 "
18 to 20
30 to 24 "
".Belmoriana 12 ta 15 "
20 to 24 "
Cured in O Weeks. One of the
Createst Cures ever Perform
ed by theCutlcura Remedies
At the ace of three months, a rash, (which
aftewards proved to be eczema or salt rheum)
made its appearance on my face. l'liyMcian
alter fhymciao was called. None of them did
me any good at all, hut made me worse. The
tneae continued unabated, it spread to my
amis, and legs till 1 was laid up entirely and
vsi irom continually sitting on
ki'.i ,ne fh,Hr on a rdHow my
l nines coniraeieo so mat i
i lost allcontrol of them and was
1 utterly helpless. Mv mother
I ....... i .1 1 ..... ... lifi ..... ,4
"12SJ feI into bed. I could get uround
the house on my hsnd ami
Ar I feet, but 1 could net ret my
vim iie iii at an ain.' hum iii
wear a et.rt of a drssinsr
pown my i:air had all matted
down or fallen off. and mv
l heal, face and ears were one
is (1 cab '1 he disease continued
fednn this manner until I was
seventeen eai solace, and one dav In January
1879 I read an account in the Tritune of your
LiTia'KAiiKMKiiirH, it e-cnuea inv case
so exactly that I thought as the lat resort
tocive them a trial. When I liret applied
them I wa- all raw and bleedina from Hcrateh-
ing mveelf. but I went asleep almost immedi
ately fioineiiiinf; l liau rot none lor years, the
effect was so soothing;. In about two weeks I
could st.inu Htraif-'lit. nut not walk, I wan so
weak : but. my sui ts were nearly wull. as near
a- I can judge. (he Clticui;a 1:kmkii ks cured
me in about six to eight weeks aud tin to tin
date (i e from January 1879 to January is7 I
have not been sick in any way. or have had
t ye least signs oi .tne cueas? reappearing on
me. V. J, M l0AM.
ff-,3732 Dearborn St-Chicago, 111., J i:ne SO, 18?7.
Are the crnlv infallible skin and blood nunflers.
Hold everywhere, l r'ce, Cuticuka, the Meat
skin cure. 50 cents. ; Cuticlka Soap, an ex
quisite skin purifier and beautifler, 25 cents ;
Ct'TicuRA KKf OI.VENT, the new Mood purifier,
SJ. Prepared by ihe 1'ottkr Drug and
Chfmicai, lOBPORATIOS, WOHtOH,
t ".- Send for "How-to Cure Shin Disease."
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''Ir' 12 Ptychosperma Alexandria 8"
fA'ft&i 30 Latania Borbonica lo to IS "
WMf"0 17 " " 24to3J"
3 " "
VW3 6 P1"pnix litsP'Cola 18 "
i'SW 2-j Rcclinata 12 "
liMfl 12 " Sylvestris 12 "
'fcytujtrr i iEr r 5 Canariensis 12
(cycas ukvoluta) c 0reodoXa Regia 30 "
J 12 Genoma Gracilis 8 ,'
wmLT 100 " Wedde1iana
W. J. HE S S E R
Of the Picnic Gardens and Fruit Farm in addition to the many thou
sand Palms and Draccniits in his large collection has just received and of
fers for saleaituu following low down prices:
. . each
.each 10 00
.each 3 00
.each 10 00
.each 15 00
each 5 00
each 1 25
each 1 50
each 4 00
each , fc HO
Over thirty other varieties of Palms from 20cts to $35.00 oach
Cycas Revoluta from 1, 2, 3, to $35,00
To be shipped from Japan this winter and to arrive early next spring
200 Cycas Revoluta $ j tQ g 0Q
3 to 4 00
C to 10 09
1 2 to 20 00
35 to 75 00
8 to 10 "
12 to 15 "
Send in your orders early or come and
see my immense btock of
and general aseortaient of Green House
lants and Shrubs.
Kow My Side Aches!
Aching 'irte-rrd brck, !:fp Iddrry
ana uieime l mat- h. i ii:eti; atisi.i
relieved In one minute by the
rtutmum Anti.liiln D i n
The first and on'y Instantaneous naln-kliiliiir I T31 n m V TT.V
plaater. b UX MEW.
(ai eca lctescexs;
There is ro euch a stock kept west of Philadelphia
Prices will be found lower than Eastern honse3 at a liberal discount givem
dealerp. Send lor catalogue.
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