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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1891)
VOL. XXVII. NO. 3.'
PLATTSMOUTII, CASS COUNTY, NT1UI VSKA.TIllJUSIUY NOVKMHKU 26.1891.
SI.50 A YIIAK.
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T"i 1 T" 1
i f Has no
The United States
Of the Government Baking Towdcr tests recently ma:'.c, wv.J.y.
authority of Congress, by the Department of AruMilture,
W Haslungton, D. L., lurnishcs
mation as to whicu powder is
shows the ROYAL superior to ail
others in leavening power; a cream
of tartar powder of highest quality.
The Canadian Tests:
"The strength of the Royal is shown to
be 23 per cent, greater than any other.
"As a result of my investigations I fiiui
the Royal Baking Powder far superior to tiVj
others. It is pure, contains none but whole
some ingredients, and is of greatest strength.
" F. X. Valade,
" Public Analyst, Ontario,
"Dominion of Canmla.''
R. A. SALSBURY
COLD AND I'GKCIXAIN CROWNS.
Dr.SieluwaysHiia'ttlii'tii! for the pgiuleea ex-
triicllnr tif tt'ttll.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty,
lock wood Muck Fliitls-nuuth, Neb.
jAWSON & PEARCE
L HAVE RECEIVED
'llfcelr FlOl utraws. liitnyiililn ii.tlHnd quill"
' ktitn a lot l nt iHolilim cone shape liaW
lu straw himi le i. mey n veaiuii
line nl liuliv ti"nl hiiiI In nr-
rlpri.irlrse fl tnek out Imve fa
diced thetr firxw r hat tuSOuud ts
75 ee Is irliiiineil,
MISS SCHUYLER, TRIMMER.
. GOLD AND TOnCRLAlN CKOWNS
Bridge work and fine gold work a
DR. BTEINAU8 LOrJAT. ns well a other mi
esuietlettiuven lur tne painless exmieuuu 01
C. A. MARSHALL, Fitzgerald PW
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney nt-l.nw. Will (r1v prompt attention
to nil huii-" enrrui-tf.i tu lilir. oiiiuh iu
Unlou Mock, Last SUu, l'lattxmouth.M-tj.
AND TYPEWRITING COLLEGE-
V Ther ar thnimmr'll of young hrle. ewnj
flrt l)"ol teiHieM c'eiks. etc ho we a';lni?
(ml en exl-'em-e on Hli v Finely aunUifnt
to supply ib?ir every day nun's.
U -nun. tint! U ClillrSH III fthnrt Fund and
by finishing tli' y can earn frcin$40toi50ptr
Situations irtmmdteed to rinmpetent students
Inilinivuji iiimiucilo.i, new type. Item.
DAY AND EVENIN3 SESSIONS.
Rooms orer llayerifc'tore.
W Anted An aetlve. reliable mna-ftlary 7T
to (MO monthly, with inert me, to ret.reM.nl
In kit own itction a rewonsiMe New Vi rk
Hodha. Keferenetn. MAKUFACTCHRB, lock
Box 15K5, New York.
Nany old eoldicrs, who contracted
chronic diarrhoea while in the
ervice, have nince been permanent
ly cured of it by Chaimbeiinin's
Colic, Cholera nnd diarrhoea Rem
dy. Tor Bale by F. G. Pricke & Co.
For lame back there ia nothing
better than to saturate a flannel
cloth with Chamberlain's Pain
Italtn nnd bind it on the affected
parts. Try it and you will be pur
prised at the prompt relief itnlTorda.
The Fame treatment will cure rhan
matiain. For sale by F. G. Fricke
L . Shiloh'e catarrh remedy a poni
Itive cure Catarrh, Diphtheria nnd
Canker mouth. For bale by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
Whywillyou cou-;h when Shi.
loh's cure will pive immediate re
lief. Price 10 eta., ff) cts. and It
For eale by F. G. Fricke Co
' f "NT"'
tnc Highest authontati'-:.- m.-;-
the Dcst. l lie uina.d kit
THE HOTEL RILEY
Oynters Blue 1'olnt Uhw.
Cream of Oyster! Cotiifoinme Orleans
Celery. Qut-eu Olivei.
Fillet of Trout mux Tonienes,
Shoeftr dk I'otutoes.
It'll 1 Kt.
Itrlled Ham Chnmpagne Sruch.
Lt'K of Sprint; I'Hiiili Creum of Turnip.
Cold Tongue, Veal and Ham.
Trim I.oliuf Beef nu Jut
Fib Eiitlt of liecf StMlcli I'li'lillng
Tmkey Hlu ed. ( r nlerrv tSnuca
ealiut of Duck, ''uirant Jelly,
It" in an Punch.
Quail on Tnait. W ater Crce.
Badd e of Venlsun, (lame Hauce,
Hmnll CM ken Pette n la R"lne.
Trimbles of Swet-t lirad f. r sienne.
Frog I-pp Fr-aded with French I'a,
Juik linliliit Vusinonin Sjiuie,
Uttton Cream I uffs,
Fresh Lobster Sulad. Chicken Silad.
lettuce with ll ird nl:cd Ei;gi,
Mafhc'l Pntatoes, SteaniCtl rtitttoe,
Marrow Fat I'eas, Sweet Potatoes t rowued,
linpurtcd vtrircles Ucai.a.
fire"n Apt Ih T'o. Jlliicel'lo ' emon Ve
Steam Fruit t lidding Hard uud Ilrandy auce
Nenpoliinn Ice Crenm,
Tin ' Apple Jelly. A' tr-I I'ooU.
Lady Finger Layer llaMni Nut
Aiuted Camllt s J'nnauas
L'atiiwtia (ir tpes, lVais.
Edam Cream Ch eso. 1 cut Water Crackers.
The EifTol Towir of ToiMt Article.
31(i,."i74 bottles blush of roses sold
in 1500, You know I couhl not have
Fold so much if blush of roses was
not iih represented, a sure cure for
pimples, freckles and blackheads,
InlMia I predict it ill be sold bv
every druist, and used by e very
Indy and gentleman in the I'nited
state. . II. syncler will supply
you at 7o cents per bottle.
Advertisement near the end of
the details of the Ouinn case should
read advisement ia yesterdays ia-
IS OPIiNINO UP
One of the neweat and brightest
Plusb'Goods, Tojg. Dolls. Nofcltice, Etc-
Far the Holiday trade that has beea
en to town (or years.
NO OLD STOCK, ALL 1TEW
Which was bought early in the
eeason from some of the
Larcest Importino Houses
Which guarantees you the pick of
the market and at prices
for which we
:Tke Lcwcst in the Country:-
The public Is cntflally Invited to Inspect aur
goods a-U compaie pnc i
Mrs. S. (. Minor went to Omaha
Information crowded out of yet.
G. Sevbert of Ctilloui w.ts in the!
The weather for Thursday ia to
be fair and wanner.
Miss Mattie Newell went to i
Nehawka this morning.
Prank C-iiTuth mi 1 K. E. While
went to Omaha this morning.
Sleighin:; h is "been irno'l" for a
week at l.onir Pine, Nebraska.
Mrs. II. C McMaken returned hist
evening from a two weeks' visit in
Miss Flora Donovan went to
Wyniore this morning to rpcnd
Thanksgiving with friends.
1'or.M) !-ilk lie, which the owner
may have by calling nt tbis tn'Tee,
proviut;- property and paying for
Y. I,. Knotts deua'ts this evening
fir Council 111 (i IT.- where he will
spend Thanksgiving visiting
Hill Jones bus gone hunting
again this time to the far west in
cvnpnny with Tom Patterson ami
l)av' MclCnti e.
S. C. Patterson went to Omaha
this morning from this city and ex
pected to return to hi-t home at
South Uend this evening.
J. A. Summers a-.d Wayne ICiip
Kcll, of Vi eping Water, were in the
city to-day on business. They re
turned home over the M. P.
II. Covert, having visited with Ihh
farmer employer, It. Mclltigh, re
t imed to his home at Glenwood
l ist M(nt1ay evening,
J.C.White, of llatslead, Kansas,
came in on the flyer to visit his
brother, John, who is in the employ
of the li. & M. as engineer.
Shorthand and typewritin col
lege over Mayer's clothing store.
Day and night sessions. Situations
guaranteed to all competent ttid
Nebraska ettgar is worth several
cents more 311 the pound than other
brands because it is a liner and
better grade than the average gran
Uird Critchfield demanded a
bonus of the contract ing parties in
the furniture deal. It is that they
will give the very best material
that the contract will allow.
Do not forget the Thanksgiving
service at the First Ihiptist church
to-morrow, at 11 a. m. Rev. L. F.
Uritt will preach the sermon nnd a
cordial invitation is extended to nil.
The weather maintains its
Alaskan frigidity, but it is fun to
see the boys enjoy skating. A
Thanksgiving without skating
would be to tiic boys n Christmas
Scott Hare and Henry Noscnble
camedown from the llentl this morn
ing and report, that the state fish
commissioners car w-is taken out
last evening to distribute ii.h in
Mrs. John Tighe, in responce to
a telephone communication re
ceived by her husband yesterday
afternoon, left on the evening
Schuyler train to attend the bed
side oil her sick sister, Mrs.Sheehaiy
The count)- commissioners seri
ously regretted to go home last
.Monday evening on account of the
extreme liberality of the, successful
furniture agent, w ho has been eu
t 'running them at the Hotel Riley
free of charge.
Lodge No. HO, I. O. O. F., held
their election last evening, electing
their oflicers for the ensuing year:
C. II. Petersen, N.G.; J. V. IJridgc,
V. G. ; S. F. Osborn, secretary; Uird
Critchfield, permanent cecretary;
P. C. Hansen, treasurer; Robert
Walker, Frank Uoyd and L. G.
II. C. Hackney la make extensive
arrangements to royally cntcrtuin
the citizens of Plattsmouth at a
Thanksgiving dinner. The bill of
fare as published in this paper
speaks for its self, and guests may
feel assured that no pains will be
spared to make the occasion patii
factory in every particular. Take
your wives and sweet hearts to
dinner at the Hotel Rilej-.
J. C. Patterson, J. A. Walker and
Louie Eickhof! will etart next Satur
day from South l?end on the Rock
Island on a trip through the south,
visiting points in Indian Territory
and Texas and will probably return
about, the middle, of December.
This no doubt will be a lively trio
bent on a pleasure trip during the
early day of a prospective cold wia-tcr.
1 1 uilt uud Ko.iuty.
Lflli.lH.il ,,.,1 10 utiljitvll,
and llu t:.,i,i, .,,, a kav . U
but a. in i, i.ttVw' tu.tioJ
ll M-I'nli, it- !. v. MO t.ctl
Add ll ..S m. Lti.l,H.il lo ilvO I.
rtvbji w .s iii i.i.i one lul.iuio
Aim li ..ii In. i, it yi., ii
I o. i.s uli.gs .t.iud li w
lie m e Ui.,1 s. iiit'iiiitv
lr.Ukht.il i. uj iu u
And Mirim.tii, t in
. iiti h li i .,11,1,1. t) hi,
n i ilia iii) ii.i.m
III-tt a h.. . all .it ..ml l.iutlt'i,
A nulli-l a c i .i.fiii, tit.tl lied in. til.
t-remom to th hioiU
l'reiiioui held a rousing meeting
the oilier evening lo co.isulei" htm
a ilo.eu m. nun, iclliruig proposi
tions ll. at were the tnt nuitsoi the
trip ot the .Nebraska advertising
ti.itii. - Kearney Hub.
Ulii JlCKALii congratulates Fre
mont upon lur good fortune, ami
were our business men as public
spirited and alive to their interest!!
as those of I'iciiiout, Plaltsmoiith
would be a lormidable competitor
for these valtia'ile industrial enter
prises. We are a linn believer in
tl'.e old adage, "The Lord helps
those that help themselves," ami if
Fiemout makes the necessary exer
tion to secure these industries, she
should receive the benefits.
I lime i Iii iliu Diblriot Court.
Seth F. Winch vs. Sarah M. Winch.
The plainiill is a wealthy and re
tired speculator in Omaha who
parted from his wife ii good many
ear ago ami w ho lives iu Rhode
Island, lie brought suit for
divorce iu this county and got ser
vice of summons by publication
when his wile appeared to dcleud
and asked for temporary alimony.
The court granted $.XXJ. The
plaintiif now seeks to dismiss his
action but the coutt holds that
having elected to make this county
the forum for his suit he must stay
and fight it out.
The First National Hank of Weep
ing Water made application for a
receiver for the stock of goods ol
keed Hros Co. at Weeping Water
and was set for trial to Judge Hall,
Lincoln, and wassubtnitted to him
several weeks ago since which time
he had it under advisement and
has now denied the nj plication for
a receiver. The suit was brought
to recover $o,0X).
Case of Todd vs. Omaha Southern
Railway Co. for damages for right
of way recently tried iu this county
resulted iu a hung jury, has been
sent on change of venue to Otoe
county where it will be tried ut
Souih lend licma.
The school ,vas to be divided but
will no be now until after holidays.
The fish car left last night to
take a trip to the western part of
The printing office of South Dend
is closed. It now belongs to Mr.
Mr. Wacker has painted his meat
m.ii l,i l and resumed business last
It was so stormy last Sabbath
that there was no Sabbath school,
or services held here.
All the farwters are praying for a
week or ten da s of fair weather to
to enable them to finish corn husk
ing. Mr. Wacker and Mr. Well return
ed home last Wednesday evening,
ironi mair. .Mr. Wacker says it cost
him over fiW.iK) to take the treat
inent. They seem to have no desire
Doard of Trade Mastincl.
Hoard of trade called to order by
president, R. H. Windham.
Members present: R. H. Wind,
ham, M. H. Murphy, F. M. Richey
A. N. Sullivan, Julius Pepperberr
F. G. Fricke, J. D. Tutt, Henry
Hoeck, lred Herrmann,!'. E. White
A. H. Todd, Dr. Humphrey and
Reading of minutes of previous
meeting dispensed with.
Moved by Fred Herrmann, and
seconded by F. Ii. White, that the
chair appoint three members as
delegates to the Missouri River
Improvement convention to beheld
ut Kansas City, December 15.
Chair appointed M. P.. Murphy,
C. W. Sherman und A. N. Sullivan;
idternatcs, A. H. Todd. Henry
Hoeck and F. G. Fricke. Motion to
appoint G. F. S. Hurtonas secretary,
carried. Initiation fee dispensed
with and admitted as a member.
On motion, meeting adjourned.
A drunk who gave his name a
Jackson Smith wa9 brought before
Jude Aarcher this morning who
Fined him five dollars and costs, in
default of the payment of which he
wai commuted to jaiL
OlIU VmAj AM) WINTUH SKIck
- - OIF - -
DRY - GOODS - AND
lo ITow Complcts in all 23opartrQ.Dia.t3,
We are showinga handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings nnd blacks.
III.AXKIMH A.NO COMFORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
. GLORIAS ANB SHftYVLtS.
llAVK iiever howii so large, u lini' in litis depart incut,
o cill spcciiil attention to our l irrrj assortment of Iloefori
Military nnd J lip Coat sliajios trim nidi with Mink, Sen', Aetraeha,
Miifl'aloon and (Jowy furs.
Our line of Plush Saemies aro clienpnr than ercr before. Full
linc3 of ChiMri'iis nnd Misses Cloaks and Jackets.
ONE DOOR EAST
A BIG STOCK OF HOLIDAY QOODi
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Repairing of FINK WATCHES a Specialty
and all Work Warranted.
33. A.. 'ELWAIISr,
TFIE LEADING JEWELER,
41 5 Main Street,
The stock of groceries at Peter
pen's old stand will be sold at re
duced prices to satisfy mortgage
of F irst National bank, and anyone
needing goods will save money by
calling at the old stand. Remem
ber the stock is Iresh and complete.
Come in for bargains in potatoes,
Hour, glassware, chinaware and
crockery. Opera Grocery.
Notice K.of F'a.
The yearly election of oflicers of
Uauntlet lodge io. 47, Iv. ot I'.,
Wednesday p. m. Nov. 2a. A full
attendance is desired.
C. A. MAHSHALL, C. C.
OTE3 DOVEV, K. of R. S. 2t
Mrs. Tom Patterson accompanied
her husband to Omaha where she
will visit with friends while her
husband goes on hit) bunting trip.
In placing their stock of Holiday
Goods before the public this year,
Lchnhoff Hros. give us the assur
ance that it is bigger, better and
liner than ever. Their assortment
this season covers everything in
Hooks, Hooklels, Cards, Satin, Plush
und Leather novelties, Toys,
Wagons, Velocipedes; nnd Dolls.
Ivach succeeding fear linds them
carrying a larger line, and from
now on their entire store will be
devoted to Holiday Goods exclus
ively. To get the hem-lit of f.rst
choice they advise their patrons to
make early selections as a great
many goods cannot be duplicated
later iu the season. They cordially
invite an inspection of their line,
whether with the intention of buy
i.ig, or not, as the opportunity of
seeing such nn elegant assort meut
comes very rarely in Platts
LOCAL ON LAST FAGS.
A good Ladies Jersy vest at 2."c.
Ladies line Jersey vest and pants ia
white or natural grays at ."Dc eacfc
Ladies natural Gray Wool Yet-Is and
Pants at ."Oc. Regular 7.1c uudc.
Full lines of Ladies I'ine wool
ribbed under weur in white, cards
mi! and black.
Complete lines of Child's under,
wear in natural, scarlet and whit
ut prices as low as the lowest.
Headquarter for Everything iu the line at
DIAMONDS, FANCY AND BR0NZ1
OPTICAL GOODS, OPERA GLASSES,
SOLID GOLD JEWELR7
.! nj' - "
OUH CLUE3INO LIST,
Home, VftU'ilneniiil llt-ti'. i,n
i tin I.I a. .ii, it lir.it in
Harm-is M'l.r mm mii 11 . iiai.ii
II r i - i's It.i.-r.t nl IIk t.i
1 1. up, r w i-f klv mid e kiiai.ii
low flutu la-isltT it'l l linn i.D
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. 4 iM
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Good looks are more than skin
deep, deuending upon a healthy
condition of all the vital organs.
If the Liver be inactive' you havs
a Hilious Ixiok, if your stomach
be atfeeted you have u Dyspeptic
Look and if hour Kidm s be effected -yov
will have a Pinched liok. S
curs good health und you will have
good looks, Electric Hitters is the
great alterctive and Tonic act
directly on those vital organs.
Cures Pimples, Hlotches, Uoilsan4
gives a good complexion. Sold at .
F. G. Fricke & Co s Drugstore, 50
An honest Swede tells his story -in
plain but unmistakable lan
guage for the benefit of the public-'
One of my children took a severe
cold ami got the croup. I gave her
a teaspoonful of Chnmberlaia
Cough Remedy, nnd in live minutes
lates I gave, her one more. Hy this
time she had to cough up the
gathering in the throat. Then she
went to sleep and slept good for
iuieeti minutes, men she got up
and vomited; then f he went back
to bed and slept good lor the re
tnainncr of the night. She got ths
croup the second night and I guvs
her the same remedy with the sums
good results. I write this becauea
I thought there might be some one
iu the sum,' need and not luioiT tin
true merits of this wonderful modi
cine. Chakles A. Thompseen,
Des Moines, Iowa, fit) cent bottlt
for enle by F. G. Fricke V Co.
Pure bucUwueut Hour for sale as
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