Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1891)
T. T. LIVINGSTON E. D, CUMMINS
DRS. LIVINGSTON A CUMMINS
Physic m and Sargeons
K8ldnce THephooe Ir. l.lvlnftoi.4,
Ktmlder.cn Telephone Dr. Cummins. 3ft.
IVIL E3C1INEEU and BUKVEYOK
E. E. HILTON.
-jUtlmatei and plans of all work furnlsaed and
Office in Martin Block.
Plattsmouth - Nkbrabxa
.. C. MATTES,
All orders left with County Clerk will
sceive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
Wk. l. brown.
Personal attention to all buoiueaa entrusted
IV OTA KY In OFHOR
Titles examined. Abstract compiled, Ineur
ne a written, real estate sold.
Btter facilities for making Farm Loan than
ANY OTHER AGENCY
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will glv prompt attention
to all tiunlnes en trim ted. to hiui. office In
Union block, Eaot Hide. I'lattemoutb, Neb.
TTOKNEY A UW.
WINDHAM & DAV1ES.
E. B. WINDHAM. JOHN A. DAVIES.
Notary Public Notary Public
Office over Bank of Cans County.
nattsmouth - - - Nebraska
Cor Maiu and Fifth street
Paid up capital.
Surplus.... . .....
J. M. Patterson
T. M. Patterson,
O. H. Parmele. J. M. Patterson. Fred (Jorder
a., B. Smith, It. li. Wiuuliani. Ii. S.liainsey and
A GENEEAL JJAHX1KC EUSIKESS
T RAH SATED
Aecoiiti:s S'lli'-itr.). j:iiei-M ii.,r.K.'. .'i
aeposit and proiiipt ait- ut'.ongn un v ;;iis-
luess eutruited lo its eu.re.
B A IN K
pl. atts m ) u 1 n - :;eui:aska
Cuyital stock paid in $5 0 c
Aui.-isnzoc? Capital, S!00,OOO.
41iS.SK v AUKUTH. JOS. A, CON' NO K.
t'ri'-i'.'.lc-ut. Vioe-Presi ie: 1
W. II. CUSIIIXa. Cashier.
frank Car; utli J. A. Connor, K. II. Guthmn.nr
J. W. Jnhnson, Henry Bocck, John O'Keefe
w. D. Mcrriam, Win. VVetencamp, W.
TfllNSACTSIA GENEHAL B AMIES BUS1NES
asues certificates of deposits bearing Ir.tereet
ttuvs ana sens excnar.sre. county and
OF PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA
Paid up capital $w (y.0.00
Utters the wry Xtt facilities for the promp
transaction of Ultimate
Stocks, bonds, pold. government and local e
ur!ties bought and sold. Deposits received
nd interest allowed on the certificate?
Drafts drawn, available in any part of the
rjnlted States xtd all tke principal towns of
OOJLIKCTTON'S MAUR AMI I'KOMITLT HEMIT
TKD. Highest ma-kf tIco rc.id for Comity War
Hints. State anu County bonds.
John Fitzsurald P. IIuwfciwortIi
Sam H'augH. K. E. Wbru
?eor-o K. Oovpy
John FltzjrTaM. S. Wai!;;li.
President C;iif -
PERKINS - HOUSE,
217, 219, 221 and 223 Main St.,
lattsmouth, - riebraska.
71. II. F.OrTS. Propriatar.
2 he Perkins ha been thoroughly
renovated from top to l.ottom and is
aow one of tho best hotels in the vtsite
Tlvirder9 will tm taken by tb? week at
$4.50 and up.
GOOD BAH CONNECTED
MincT wmndortnc tiui tA. Books lramtxl
in na readiair, TesUtnotnals from all
i 13 raJCX, m n apnlioatioa to Prot,
V LtooS Va raUA. Sw Tort.
BAD ECZEMA OH BABY
Head Ono Solid torr, Itching Awful
Had io no His Hands to Cra.
die. Cured byCutlcura.
Our little boy broke out on bl bead with a
bad form of criia, whm be wm four month
oid. We tried three nctr. but they did not
h pblro We then inert jour inree t uiicuka
Kimnm ttiitl at er nalnc tbem l Ten weeki
exactly according to dii eel in, besan to
steadllv Inimovc. and fterlhe ue of tbe-y for
even otoliths ni bead waaeuuieiy we 1 mion
wit bKau usiiiic it hi head was a toll 1 aoie
from the crowu ioblsey-bro. It wm Ia all
over bit ears, mot f his faee. and umall
plac.s ou different paru of his body. Iheie
wt-re ixeeD wwkx thnt we bad lo kcp his
bands lied to the cradle and bold I hem when
be win taken up ; nd ban to keep mitten tied
on his hands to keep bis ni itr na Is out f the
oren.a' he would serai ch ll lie could any way
et his handloue. We know your Cuticura
KMrDii cured him. W e feel safe in reuconi-
niendlnK them to others. . M
GEO. B. & JANETTA HAUBIS, Webster, Iud.
I have a sister younger than myself whose
whole body was covered with sciotula sores,
from head to foot, she could not lie down at
n Kh'.and bad no peace by day A friend ad
vised her to try th i.uticuba Kkmkuiem,
She did so and they cured br.
DOHA B bltVlNU, Kushvanlo, Ohia.
The new blood and skin purifier and gre -test
of Humor remedies, dense the blood of all tin
purities and poisonous elements ad thu re
ii.ovestlie cause, while cuticuka, the preat
skiu cure. nd CVTICUKI soap, an exquimte
skin beautlfier, clear Ihe kin and calp, and
lestore ihe hair. Thus the Ut'TTCUKA KK.Mf
DiK8cure every epeoieu of it' liini, burning,
scalv, pimply and blotchy skin, scalp, and
blood disease, from pimples to e rofula from
infancy toatte, when the heft physicians fail.
Pold everywhere. Piice.('iTTTrvA. BOc Soap
25c. Kkhulvkmt, 1. Prepaied by the Pom k.r
Uruii and Chemical. toroKATion, Boston
t-Send tor "How to Cure Skin Diseases"
64 paces. SO illustration, and 100 testimonials.
BABY'S skin and scalp purified and beautified
by Cuticuha soAi. Absolutely pure.
y new. elegant aud infal ible antidote
t Pain, iiitlanmtion an i weakneia,
theCutlcur Aatl-Pslu Plas
Our Clubbing List.
Globe-Democrat and IIekald $2.25
Harper's Magazine M " 4. CO
Harper's Bazar " 4.S0
Demorest'a Magazine ' 3.10
Omaha Bee " " 2 40
'oledo Blade " " 2.45
Lincoln Call " 2.15
National Tribune " 2.45
The Forum " 5.55
Inter Ocean " 2.25
Lincoln Journal " " 2 30
The Home Magazine " 41 lt85
GOING WEST G0ISG EAST
Mo 1 3 ::!0 a. m No 2 5 :05 p. m.
" 3 5 :-i5 p. in " 4 10:30 a, m
5, 9 :25 a. in " 8 7 ;li p. ni.
7; 17 :15 a. in. " 10 9 :45 a. m.
t. 11. in.
.5 :-D J'. r;i.
. 1.: '4
Bucklen's nrnica tialve.
Tiik BiiST Sai-vk iu the wti Kl for Cuts
Bruifct, bores. Ulcers, Suit Rheum. Fever
Sure?, Tetter, Chapped IItnds, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no p;y required.
It is iruavanteed to t;ive satisfaction, or
money refunded. I'riee 2 Cents per box.
Fur sale by F. G. Frickc & Co.
Will be Given Away.
Our ci.ierprising druggists, F. G.
Fiicke ec Co., who curry the fine.-t stock
' f drugs, perfumeries, toilet articles,
brushes, snongrs, etc.. are giving away a
large number of trial bottles 01 lJr.Miles
celebrated Restorative Nervine. They
'uarautee it to cure headache, dizziness,
nervous prostration, sleeplessness, the ill
( ffrtcts of spirits, tobacco, coffee, etc
Druggists say it is the greatest seller they
ever knew, and is universally satnsfac
torv. They also guarantee Dr. Miles'
New Heart Cure in all cases of nervous
or organic lit .-.it disease, palpitation.pain
in side, smothering, etc. Fine book on
Nervous and Heart Diseases free.
Act on a new principle regulating
the liver, 3toniach and bowels through
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad tast,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Une-
qualed for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest I 50 doses, 25c.
S.tmpla free at F. G. Fricke & Co's.
The Greatest Strike.
Among the great strikes that of Dr.
Miles in discovering his New Heart Cure
ias proven itself to be one of the most
important. The demand for it has be
come astonishing. Already the treat
ment of heart disease is being revolu
tionized, and mauy unexpected cures ef
fected. It soon relieves short breath,
fluttering, pnins in side, awn, shoulder,
weak and hungry spells, oppression,
swelling of ankles, smothering and henr
lropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart and
Nervous Diseases, free. The uncqualed
New Heart Cure is sold arid guaranteed
bv F. G. Fricke & Co., also his Restora-
ive Nervine for headache, fits, sprees
hot flashes, nervous chills, opium habit.
To Nervous Debilitated Men.
If you will send us your address, we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
cnpluini&ti all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
Electro-Voltiac Belt and tippliances, and
their charming effects upoD the nervious
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly ref'ore yon to vieor and man
hood. Pamphlet free. If you are thus
afflicted w will send yon a belt and ap
pliances ou atrial.
VoxriAC Belt Co. Marshall, Nich .
To 'hs question. Which is y ur tme"
ite poem? there may be a great variety
f answers; but when asked, Wbicb is
your favorite blood purifier? there can
be only oni reply Ayer's SHraapariUa,
bpcarj8e it is the purest, safest and most
PAINS anA WEAKNESS.
J. 11 t . a.l i.istant v relieved bv th
Fifteen Thousand Witness the
IT LASTED FIYE 1TEAKY HOURS,
And for Over Seventy Ronnda wu 8liuply
Helen tlflc Kxhlbitloa Snaaahlng; Itc
gun mad Ncwlhun wm Knocked Out in
the Kventy-ftixth Bound.
Minneapolis, Feb. 18. The Need-hain-Ryan
prize fijjht was witnessed by
15,000 people. Ryan weighed in at 13a
and Ncedham at 1371 pounds. Almost
tho entire city government of Minneapo
lis was out. Neham first en t; red the
ring at 9:10 and was immediately fol
lowed by Ryan. Billy Myer of Streator
and George Siddons seconded Ryan;
Niedham'a wai cared for by Australian
Smith, and Charles Kommick. The
betting was at even money. At 9:30
the fighting commena-1 For the first
hour no diff orenco was noted other than
that Ryan did most of the leading.
Need ham reach seemed short. In tho
thirty-third round Ryan began getting
the bast of it, and Needhain tried hard
to fairike a foul blow. In the thirty
fourth it was thought Ne-.idham's jaw wa3
broken, but hid seconds would not ad
"When the forty-eighth round was
called an offer of $1,000 on Ryan was re
fused. At 1 o'clock both men were apparent
ly equal to the same number of rounds
Ryan Male a Hush
at the opening of the fifty-fifth round,
sending Needham to the rojics and then
administering a body blow that dazed
Needham for a moment. He recovered,
sparring followod, and the round that
promised warm work, ended tamely. A
series of feints at sparring was the
record of tho fifty-sixth round, and at
its conclusion was greeted with a storm
"I am sick," said Billy Myers, Ryan's
second, as he leaned against the ropes
in The United Press corner when time
was called for the fifty-seventh round.
Billy, who has fought many a game
bailie himself, might well feel nauseated
fur the round ended amid hisses without
n blow being exchanged on either side.
Both mefl danced around in the fifty
eighth round. Ntedhain received a
body blow as an opening for the fifty
ninth round and returned it with a
light delivery right and left. So far
"ot a Blow Hint Drawn Illood,
nor outside of swelled faces had either
man received a contusion or a scratch.
What are you going to do? keep us here
all nighl?" veiled tin-" spectators'. Need
ham smiled and endeavored to force the
fightinfr but Ryan answered with are
treat, and so the round ended. Need
kutn rushed ;a Ilyau as iba Got 'a opened
and planted his big ;;love on the lad's
jaw. A second attempt by lueedhara
was avoided by n clever duck 01 the
head, bnt 110 further igiiting was done,
fi-d'ore the Cist r'V.nd opened J.?efere?
'' v.'onbl c-u-lo.-ivor to decide it on its
merir:i a? it rhen sto:.l. Thii was
.-rccted with cheers ;i:id ciio.j of
"riitht, i-'U:'.it it out:"
The m.'ii liad now Leon hi the ring four
h'u:v and the :t- U.i!-,nit in was not wasted
on T'i'.- co.-M" -t:;nt ; i':.r tho ::i":n.viit.
'ceijia:a ru.-iiie.l. line was . sropr-e 1.
S-...:i afc.-r ;o rr-:t.'d I:n left lr.'aVilv
..21 iu:s :uita
n lo 1 twico
:o and covmttvl each tmr
SCopp-.vl JlcUwlt. ( pi-;'i!li;j
nd runud, hovvevciC liy:.n
i ihe bell
inr..-:!io-.t J. ccHuia:..i i-er.arc-r. in the
.noulh, and v;is ansv.vre-d with a let't
h.iiider in the jaw. Both men sparred a
ai-i.-iient for wind, aud then Kvan re-
cc-'ved a tremendous punch in the stom
ach, to which li.' responded with a
right-hander full on his opponent's
Zixcitomcat Was Now at Fever Heat.
In the sixty-third round Ryan opened
by landing lightly on Need ham's jaw,
and cleverly stopped his opponent's re
tr.rn rush. Both men countered on the
voTies. Ryan started in with a face
blow in tue seventy-fourth round and
followed it up with a dash, a succession
of fords and terrific mauling. Ryan
won first blood. Pursuing his advantage
he touched on the nose with the right
and gave him a left-bander in the jaw
that sent him reeling to the ropes.
Ryan W ins.
The seventy-fifth round opened with
Myan giving Needham a terrific punch.
In a clinch which followed, Needham
hit Ryan. This was a palpable foul,
iud another clinch followed, and in this
Ryan, acting on the precedent, deliber
ately fouled Needharn. Then followed
a succession of clinches and fouls, in
which the referee interfered time and
again. Clinch followed clinch, and
the men rained blows on each other in
hammer and tongs sty le. When the
goiig sounded the gyrnn sium was in a
p.:':-idc-.noninrn. Needham came up
trvo;.T'.:y in the seven ty-sixth round, and
wnK-n proved to bo the last. lie started
l o the centre of the ring, where Ryan
li:;T cut right and left, sending him reel
ing to tho ropes. Ilia eyes" were half
closed, and he looked like
A Ij int.- Man I-'ilitlns for Life.
Struggling to tiie centre of the ring,
Needham received a left-hander in - the
nevk -which pent him on his back. He
struggled to his feet only to receive a
right-hiuider which sent . him down
again. The third time he came up. and
after an ine-fiectual attempt to deliver a
blow, a right -hand. :r in the jaw rent
him reeling three feet away. Brave as
a lighting-cock, however, tie scrambled
one;; m.ire to his feet only to go down
once more from a left-hander full in tho
chest. It was plainly seen that the
right waa over. His seconds aided him
to his corner. He looked like a man in
death's Rgony. A moment later and the
sponge was thrown into the centre of
Ryan, despite hi protest, was mount
1 on a chair and carried out in triumph.
The fight ended at 2:;M, having lasted
five hours and five minutes, and Tommy
Ryan is the welter-weight champion of
Philadelphia, Feb. IS. Edwin S.
Btuart (Rep.) was elected mayor ovet
Albert H. Ladner (Dem.) by an" estimat
ed majority of 40,000.
Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks, Etc,.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
No Humbug, No Closing
miss tfais great oppoartiiBiity9 yoti will
nevep atele to Essay cHaesipis8 in ysaa life.
CsiM Esd e wiiiat!; i5EJ will for.yss.
Hens suits, former price, $4
6i " former prico (.f,0 now i.50
6 6 former price 7. CO now 5.00
former price S.CJ5 now (.50
" " former price 10.00 now 700
" " former price 1200 r.ow 8.00
" " tormer price 15-00 now 11.00
C " former price 18.00 now 1250
" " former price 22.00 now U.00
The best $1. overalls at Jc, Shirts Socks
Underwear, etc., at astonishing slaughtering prices
It will pay you to come a hundred miles and bor
row the ino3ey to lay in your supply. It will
pay you big interest.
pga UTosae Corner
MUST BE CLOSEO OUT
ON ACCOUNT OF
- Out Sale, No Advertising Scheme, But Closing
Out to Quit Business.
50 now $3.50 j MclJS K.,ts
U D 1
lbrmer I)rice j co now rl0c
former price 1 50 now 1 00
former price 2 50 now 1 50
former price 3 00 now 2 00
' ' former price 1 00 now 2 75
Oercoata for men, youths and boys at be
and boys suits at yonr own prices.
'? v. I
Powered by Open ONI