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THURSDAY, NOVKMHKK 2(5,18)1.
THE PRESIDENT'S THANKSGIVING
TJy the pfoniilfiit of tlic United
Kates of America: A proi hunatioii.
It in a very n'I;,'l incident of the
anarvclmiM prosperity which has
fcroTiie(l the year now drawing to a
lone that its hopeful and leimmir
tan touch Ins been felt by all onr
people. It liiii been art wide as our
country, and m special that every
fcome has felt its com fortius inlhi
euce. It is too great- to be the work
f man's power and too particular
to be the device of his mind. To
Qod, the beneficent and all wise,
ho makes tin: labors of men to be
fruitful, redeems their lo.-ws by his
frace, and the measure of vho."e
(foverniug is as much beyond the
thought of man as it is beyond his
desertf, the praise and gratitude of
the people of this favored nation
re justly due.
Now, therefore, I, lierjatniii
Harrison, president of the United
States of America, do hereby ap
point Thursday, the 2(!ih day of
November present, to be a clay of
joyful thanksgiving to God for the
bounties f bin providence, for the
frace in which we are permitted to
enjoy them, and for the preserva
tion of those institutions of civil
tid religious liberty which He
fnve our fathers the wisdom to
devise and establish and us the
courage to preserve. Among the
appropriate observances of the day
are rest of toil, worship in the pub
tic congregation, the renewal of
family tics about our American
firesides and thoughtful helpful
oesH towards those who suficr lack
t the boily or ot tlie spirit.
Iu testimony whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the seal of the United Statea to be
Done at the city of Washington,
this 13th day of November, in the
year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-one, and
f the independence of the United
Stales the one hundred and six
teenth. liE.NJAMIX llAKKISON.
Hy the President: jAflts G.
Blaimis, Secretary of Slate.
THE GOVERNOR'S THANKSCIVINO
Now, more than ever have the
people of Nebraska most convin
cing reasons for lifting their hearts
in gratitude to the Supreme Kuler
of the universe for the untold bles
ingsthcy have enjoyed during the
year which is now drawing to a
Close. The disastrous ejects of the
drouth which afflicted some portions
of the vlafc a year ago have been
followed by the sun-dune of pros
perity. The windows of heuveu
were opened; the rains came and
ow the earth has responded with
a most abundant increase; the la
bors of the husbandmen li3e been
most lavishly rewarded; the fields
have been almost weighed down
with grain the trees with fruit
the granaries are now full to re
pletion; now vigor and energy have
been infused into department of
human efforts; joy sits iu the hearts
f the people where there was a
lamentation n year ago: general
health prevails and peace reigns
within our borders.
It is most becoming, as well as
the performance of a scared duty,
that all should manifest in a
public manner their nppreciatiof
f and their gratitude for these
Now, therefore, 1, John M.Thayer,
governor of the Mute Nebraska, do
."hereby designate Thursday, the 20
uhj m uir present inonu:, .iJ a lijy
of ihankiigiving nuJ praise to the
Most IIi,;h r His f ithrly cnie
over-us aul for Iiri tcuusr mercies.
' I mit earnrs'ly request n'l the
people of this commonwealth to
abaUin from all occular employ
ment ou that day and assemble in
their several places of public wor
ship and offer up thanksgiving nnd
songs of praise to His holy name.
Ia accordance with this beauti
ful custom families will be reunited,
ocial and fraternal influences will
prevail nnd the hearts of nil should
ij I beg those with aa abundance
not to forget the paor uud needy
bt to give to them freely of their
own bounty. Let all the people re
joice. In testimony whereof I have here
unto set my hand and caused to be
affixed the great seal of the state.
Done at Lincoln this 14th day of
November, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
ninety-one. of the state the twenty
fifth and of the independence of the
United States the one hundred ami
Hy the Governor:
si:At.. John M.Thayek.
JOHN C. AU,r.s Seey of State.
Oxn of the Kussian official pa
pers conveys the idea that there is
plenty of wheat in Russia to supply
all demands. This statement is
intended to deny the danger of a
famine but it does not explain away
the fact that the needy are loo poor
to buy and that the government is
iu possesion of the crops instead of
That coneeity little youngster,
The Kvening News, was running
round town last Saturday evening
telling the people that TiikHekam
ought to be dea 1 and then tried to
blame some old citizen for saying
it. In theopinion of the writer Tl i-
News has some of the Jaws of self
preservation in mind when she
heaves up that remark.
I. the main the Omaha Ree of
yesterday was right in attacking
the railroads centering there by
pointing out the unfulfilled obliga
tions, but it was ungrateful in not
acknowledging any good from
those enterprises which required
the expenditure of millions and
made Omaha one of the best dis
tributing points iu the west.
TllR Hurlington road has 2,0(0
cars of wheat in Chicago waiting
to bo unloaded; the Missouri I'aci
gc is whort 1,200 cars north of Kan
a is City and the Union Pacific ab
solutely refuses to allow any of its
cars to go olT its roads. This is an
indication that crops have com
menced to move and money will be
p it in circulation throughout the
west, fanners will realize a hand
some income for thefr labor and it
l.i safe to predict a good time this
Nothing definite has been
teached by the delegates at Wash
ington as to the location of the re
publican national convention but,
Omaha seems to have a strong ad
vantage being the acknowledged
leader of cities west of the Mississ
ippi and east of the mountains, nnd
since the states west of the Mississ
ippi lack but two of having half the
representation on the nationarconi-
mittee there seem to be the best of
reasons for its location at Omaha.
I. consideration of the fact that n
change in the management of Tin;
IlKKALD is cone.nplat-d in the
near future we deem it justly
due to our patrons nnd the public
to explain that J. W. Herge, late of
The New Kr.i of South Hend, has
been placed in charge of the editor
ill work but will beassisted until the
firl of the year by W. L. Knotts,
whose valuable assistance on local
and editorial work we fully appre
ciate and who at that time contem
plates entering the newspaper
arena elsewhere on his own ac
count. MOPE ABOUT BEET SUGAL.
In n letter to Hon. J. M. Rusk,
secretary of agriculture, Mr. Henry
T. Oxnard, president of the Oxnard
beet sugar company, sets forth
some very interesting facts which
are not generally known to the
public. He sateR that the twn
cents per pound formerly paid as a
duty, by a provision of the McKin-
ley bill is now paid to encourage
home manufacture and that since
that law has gone into operation
the price has been reduced two
cents, thus giving the consumer
the benefit as well. He estimates
that about n thousand factories, at
an outlay of about $300,000 for each
would be required to supply the
demand in KXa).
Another feature which probably
Das never before received consider
ation is the benel.t to the foil. He
thinks, necorrliug to estimate! of
foreign producers, it would in
cra" th pre''vM;vcuoiM of the
nail by thirty-three per cent by
requiring betier nnd deeper ctilti
vatio.i ih.m iii required by our
crops, whien wonM cause the d'sso
lutioa iuk! disintegration of nun
end m:;tter, large quantities of
which are stored iu the leaves
which remain on the ground when
the crop is hnrvcuted.
The benefits to be derived from
thi- new industry, if carrudto its
utmost extent, are t?o varied nnd of
cuch great extent that it is difl-cull
to realise its actual value to our
country. One thousand factories,
lit CClJO.CO.I ruch, would represent a
capital of SOO0,0O0,C(X), and with a'
capacity of ::00 tons daily tl ry
wuild ennve' t W.i.Ono tons of bt eta
in'.o sugar, and counting twenty-I
six labor days to the month it '
would mean 7,N;A,00() tons iu a
mouth. One needs only to observe
that this requiies the conniuipbon
of fuel, maimfacture of machinery, :
buildings, requires hands to run ;
the factories, and thousands of
farmers can convert the richest
portions of their farms into hi et
gardens, to be convinced that the
assertions of the agitators of labor!
organizations iu making the peo
ple believe that the invention of
machinery has thrown thousands
of men out of employment and
made paupers out of them is
maliciously false. Industries of
this kind bring in the line of mar
ket gardening on an extensive
scale, like the raising of tobacco,
berries, fruits of all kinds, potatoes
and onions, will have a tendency to
put more labor on smaller fields,
and farmers, instead of trying lo
manage 320 acres with one or two
extra hands, will find more profit
able employment, with less hard
labor, on fifty acres and give em
ployment to ten times the present
number of hands. This will put
more people to cultivating the soil,
who should make their work a
study as they do the political
questions of the day. Tanners are
trying to do too much, which cre
ates discontent, which the schemers
of the country readily turn to the ir
own advantage by enlisting their
the fanners' sympathy in every
new faugled notion that some in
genious) mind in ty hatch out.
CTMiinil fruit Comlnj In Alnrrlril.
A private letter from Loudon briny,
the information that Clement Scott. t!i
dramatic critic of the London Tidejjrup'i,
ia to visit America this winter. Mr.
Scott is one of tho best known firt
inghters in tho English capital. He is
Btout, gray haired, has a gr:iy mustache,
wears eyeglasses and is rate 1 tho best
authority on the drama in England. Ik
has many friends, but an army of en
emies. He has made and umn.nL' tnanj
daylights uud actors. His dramatic
column ia Btill regarded ns the standard
authority, an 1 his nrticlo is nervously
awaited after the performance) of a new
play. His judgment is usually good. Hj
finds a good deal of fault, but is lavish
iu praise for yood work.
A nice paragraph from him will Fonie
times mean five pjnnd.s luoro a week on
tho salary of soino deserving actor or
actress who is little kuowa and nut ap
preciated, and hia condemnation of a
new play is usually the end of tho ven
ture. Taken all in all, he ia regarded as
eminently fair and just. Ho has never
used his position to injure any one.
hut he has done, has been from con
Mr. Scott is a patient etudent of the
drama. II has tho best theatrical
library in England. He will be wuriuly
welcomed in America, for lie has been
particularly agreeable to American
actors and actresses, and many dinners
and receptions will be given in his
honor. Foster Coates iuNew York Mail
A ChlnrM Governor,
Tsliang Yao, the governor of the pro
vince of Shantung, who died recently,
was one of the highest dignitaries of the
Celestial empire. He had a highly ad
venturous career. Born in lowly posi
tion, lie was obliged to flee in his youth
on account of having murdered tho tor
mentor of an old man. Ho became a
robber and soon stood at tho head of all
tho brigands who madj tho province of
Hunan unsafe. When, during the re
bellion, tho chief town of tho province
was threatened, the governor issued n
proclamation in which ho promised the
hand of his daughter to tho man who
would save the town from the enemy.
At tho head of 5l)0 bandits, Tshang
beat off the attack of the rebels, and led
home on the next day, ns a reward for
his bravery, the almond eyed beauty.
Then he made rapid progress. He was
not able to read or writs, but was of
frreat integrity, and died poor as he was
born. He was called by his people, on
account of his charity, Tshang, "the
blue sky." It is Bald, however, that ho
was not always inst toward Europeans,
nnd especially the missionaries. London
A flask Attack! Wron.
The following snake etory is evolved
rroui a lexos exchange: Thursday even
ing last while Judge A. McFarland and
his son (iu v were dri vit jt homeward the v
saw ft large snake lyinjf in the road. The
Jucise attempted to kM tho nmko by
cnwhinir It with the wheel of his ener
bntinsieal of "bruising tho serpent's
head" the judtre's wheel casaed over its
tail. Instantly the stake coiled itself
nronna a ppoko, and at every turn of the
swiftly revolving wheel made vicious
strike at Ony's face. Guy's only means
of vespe was a backward tniuulo from
the gig, which he took, falling into a
piol of dirty vator. Then th ire was a
inp.d boy a weil as an anry m ike,
Stranga to relate the siiiiko fried iusolf
frr.a the wbel and nt tacked Gay in the
: hand fi.iiahej tbe snakj.
A Turtl' l'nr,il.lubl Delay.
D uit.g a win.Mr.ni in tl.o aly dsys
of lst Juuo a trceon the farm of Mor
timer Hanilton, in waikjra cir.nty,
hid., wa bJowa down, rid in falling a
limb strut k sqof.r ly acrow tho buck i f
a IwiH tu.ppuig turtle and forced it
down into the eth. A day or two
since fas limb was exit awuy and tho
snapper, released from ii imprisonment,
tiudKtd wiy, apparently uninjured,
ItcA its prbnu, whore it had luiu iui
monthly fixed without food or water for
oter four months. Oor. Chicago Tribune,
UUItUXUTOX k lllSSOUIll lilVKit It. it.
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KNKilllS ( I'Vlill v- ti.niiiiii'l
No. 17 M.'i'l- -Vf rv Vilm"ilny evfiilnu
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1. V.. Ms slia'l. f. i . ; ti Hiivi y, K. It 8.
O. tl. W,.. Mel-Is tlrt nnd IlilrJ i-'ililay
f.M iliiu-of en. li mull li :it (1. H. Hail
In UiH-kwniiK tl-"-k. Krink Veniil yea, vi, v,
l, H KiifiHoIe, Ui-eonler.
A O I'. W. No. 81 Mei'ls-i'oiinil ami Inurtll
Krul iv v.-'-ixtc- in t!i pioiilii :ti i. - . K.
Iih'I ii I! i kv n liloi k, II .1. .Morgan. M W,
h, ', Itri'w. Ui'iMinler,
Ki a I. It ; VM I'd-ii "cn.ii. ll No 1021,
M-HT lit Hi.- Iv. ot llilil 'n III 1 I'HIIII-li- S
Crilif tiiin-K "vr l'ii."t l nun, vi-ntni:
Iii-i-iIid'h Invlti'il llniiry lit Mi l, lUvcnt ;
1 hos v nil. I'll. " creicnv,
I) I.OIM1K. '.o. Il'i I o. o. K. mwrs
irv t'u.-'.lay nmlir ai Mieir I nil m l-iii'.-riil.
910-k. Allodil Ki'I'iihh an; roriliHl'y invit.-i
i .iripnd l'.:i v ' -u I e In i?icity. J '.orv,
N. O. S. W, llniUe. Seeretaty.J
This is the e,rcat 1'iobleni of life
which few hatihfnclorily folve.
Some f;iil because of ill health, oth
ers want of luck, but the majority
from insufficient jril want of nerve.
They are nervous, irresolute, change
able, easily ct the blues ami "toke
the spirits down to keep the spirits
up," thus wasting money, time, op
portunily and nerve force. There is
nothing like the Kestorative Ner
vine, discovered by the irveat spe
cialist, Dr. Miles, to cure nllnervous
diseases, ns headache, the blues,
nervous prostration, tdeeplcssnoss,
neuralgia, t-'t. Vitus dance, fits nnd
hysteria. Trial bottles and tine
hook of testimonials free at I G.
Fricke & Co.'s.
II ANCFACTURK Of AND
wholesale nun retail
DEALKlt IN TUB
CnOTCEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
FUl.I. LINK f I
TOBACCO AND SMOKE .-Js ARTICLES
always iu slock
Plattsmouth, - Nebrassa
Waeon and B!ack.injllh shop
Vsgon, Buggy, Machine and
plow Rcpairinc Hone
HORSESIIOEINO A SPECIALTY
He umj the
Which is the bent horseshoe fur the
farmer, t for fast driving, or for citj
purpoges ever invented. It is so ruadi.
th'it anyone cr.n put on sharp or flat
!orks, hs needed 'for w.t mid ."linprrv
b'jS or smooth, dry roada. Call st
h's fheii ninl fxnmine tht KKvr.tif'.i.u
ind you will use r.o other.
J. M. PllNKI.LHACKEt.
1 2 North Fifth St. I'l ttU-uoutL
A POPULAtt FAMILY.
jKTrrn: " How Is it, Knte. that you ntwnyi
Wrm ti 'eiiteU on 'to tlicliLst now tliwn?? lir
what I may, jou ulwuja tveiu U gt:i uhcud
Kate: "I rtnn't know! I rortnlnlr do not
makcuny PT.M-t!.in In thut. rtlwtlnn."
JtNMtf : " Wt.-ll, liur.ini ilic niki low mnn Ilia,
for uiuuplo, you Lino takeu uo I'Uiutiug,
without any toucher ; ymi cfime tothe rewua
wucn Ml IiOirte Cpsi-vU'tl tier D"lMirte cWim
oaii'lilwily, mill ioriiinly we uronli niiiin.v
iiU in irra.o mi lor J nui- liivtriirtioii : 1 lirjirj
you tellinn Toijtay l'jumvt lii.'t evening liow
hi eluli ma lu uusiniiii in vi iyimr tii;-t i.!l:
V3II WV'll t 1 liU II I I II ;.! li.r - li...,' kll j
kuow Jiwt wlmtto (lo nmler ail ciii'unimtaiictii;
yivi Piiu-i-tnlu tieniitiliillv ; nml in toe hut
montli you iiavo iui.iovmlc'lii In Hitli.owinir,
you tell luo.to yuur pbyvieulcultuif irxcrcmi,
Wljciv il.i y.i'.i i;it nil i.f your u.fi.i iiiutii.n
fro'.n In tins I tiii. niit-ol-Uio way plate If lur
ou never ko n t!io : ,-,"
Katk: "Why, Jennie, j-nn ri!l mnVn ma
Tnm. I have only iifsmiirpiif Infui-inuliini,
ti lt it in mirfi'-imni? I II K...'i fc.l Viuiui. I
vrry nrl turn hour "f anytliuiB m w Imt hut
tbo ii.-x; low ujyj I" i.v me lull iiifriiiiuli.n
on tin nubimU Mnitii'T NnJ MnsTflnol
Anil u r i tivri:-e ii Ii to in 1.11. lor it
r-'.il iv lnriiifln.. il,n r.-atUnr f Mm wlule
himvlmlJ: father lira iclvon up hi n r ri'zino
tliut nu bus Ui.C:i lur ycurs, aa ho mis Uiia
rno ir'v mnw mil ItH.t iiunnniilu.u on
Hi.) t.iDi.vU of 1 10 u. 5 ; t. rut In '.iirr F.ijg
t.i t it is ti.Kt I'u.t m.ik. g l.i r f i. h r. ram;.i.s
lioiim-kii'iH-r. lu InL-t, wo mi n.tno tlnit It it
tht'iiulv ri iilly t'Mii.r ianif:ii m- ihiHtIipiI,
a v.-i ir. -,jt (? k .n-.m'i, r r I'.il o tl 'in.
anilfiiul t.mt ono i.i nil tv.- men, unnLber ail
fnv vomi!ii, HiiU i.cother for thikUou only,
w'jile t'lmoii" Niiiu ovciy ono i f u: n n
o:iiy ne.rt to t'lKPomi iiKHeml of fveml, mid
t lit I- wihun tlio ceonnn-y ti roei in, f jr it In
oriy fM a ycir. l'er.icn? vim M in'i I rro
ten lnvLj'i in ie.- x i v. ,11 li t you S.-0
ours, or, N(t.-Btill, i"'iirt 0 enU to tliff pub.
Ii i f i- W. JmiihIiis U'.'iiiorint, 15 Kuit lilh
ytrvi-t. Now Yi.iK, for tt imiiipl rpiy. anil I
hull klwnyt coDulder that I linve done you
a front favor; and iim l you wllUernlfina
11 out, an you jr we have tUn n,iutatlou if
U'iiM tb 1 it Infoi-iuiwl fjimiy in n. If
that 1 mi, it Is Doinorual'a family alagaalna
vim uuoa ik"
A liberal oiler only UO for
TIIK WEKTLY 1IKKAI.D
nnd Donioreht Family Magazine.
i'Srtnl your u'uici iMtioii to Ihia
Bucklun's Arnica Salve.
Tim Kkmt Sai.vk in Hie world for(!uth
ItruiacK, Si. r.o. Ulci n. Suit lthi lltn. F- vet
Sure, Ti tter, t.'liiiH'il IbiinU, t'hilliHins.
Corns, nnd nil Skin 'luiitiiuic, mil! pnsi
lively cutei IMi a, or n iuy n ijuin-'l.
It ia miir.intieil to t;ive eutivlrtcviun, ot
money refunde l. Price 2-i eettts pi r Inn
For sale by F. 0. Fricke & Co.
We have sold Fly's Cream FJnliti
about three yeart, and have re
commended its tine in more Hum n
hundred Hpecial ciim-h of catarrh.
The tiiintiimoiii answer to our in
quiries in, "It's the best remedy that
I havecver ttPcd." Our experience
is, that where parties continued its
use, it never fails to cure.--J. II.
Notitjjoiiiery, & Co., Druiats, De
When 1 began usitiff Kly's Cream
Ilalm my catairh wan so bad I had
headache the whole time and dis
charged a large amount of iilthy
matter. That has almost entirely
disappeared and have not had head
ache sxience.-J. Summers, Stephney,
Miles Norvo nnd Liver "Ills.
Act on a new principle regulat
ing the liver, stoiiiich and bowels
through tin? nervs. A new discovery.
Dr. Miles' Fills speedily cure biliou
sness bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
rcinslipation. Unequaled for men
women, children, smallest, tuidest
surest! 5) doses, ."ic. Samples
free at F. G. Fricke & Co'e.
Everything to Furnish Your House.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Having mirchaocd the J. V.
Main Btreet where Ium now
er than the cheapest having
of new goods ever brought
and iuruitui-e of all kinds sold on the installment plan,
F Q FSi2S! c"C9
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full and Comphto lino of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oik
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Honrs.
A Curs for the Ailments of Man and Beasti
A long-tcrtcd pain reliever. r
Its vsc is .ilmost universal by the Housewife, the Tarmer, the
tcck Raisjr, and by every one requiring an effective
No other application compares rvith it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
No iv.a'.icirie chest is complete vithout a fcotile of Mustang
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
.All drussisia and dealers have it.
easrSa T"e positive cuke. ,
'Mi i ii iiiii.''c1 M p.e. YriJvrrl.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
K. I lord of Groton, S. l)..wenuoti.
'V:i.j IriVi'ii witli -i Im.lrnlfl wlitt.
settled on my Jungs, cough sei iS
and iinally terminated in consiitf
tion. Four doctors gave me up s-7
ing I could live but a short tiiu
Jil ( 1 1 P-l I I 11 1' l lll vT-.l IVIIlI ,
i.Miiiitii'il it 1 eonlil not nt:iv
my friends on earth, 1 wouldttiVv
my absent ones above. My bus
band was advised to get Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds. I gave it a trial,
took in till eight bottles; it hits cured
me and thank God I am now a well
and hearty woman." Trial bottles
free at F. G. Fricke & Co.'s drug
store, regular size, 50c. and $1.00.
Are you made miserable by indi
gestion, constipation, dizziness,
loss of appetite, yellow skin? Shi
lull's Vitalizer is a positive curc.
For sale by F. G. Fricke it Co.
For many years Mr. H. F. Thonip
son, of Des Moines, Iowa, was- Be
verely afflicted with chronic diarr
hoea. lie says: "At times it waV
very severe; so much so, that 1
feaerd it would end my life. About
seven years ago I chanced to pro
cure u bottle of Chamberlain's;
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
kemedy. It gave me prompt relief
t gave me prompt relict
e cured me permaaeii't.
eat or drink wilholit
ling I please. I have
anu I iielieve
ly. as I now
Harm ativtliing 1 p
also used it in my family with the
best results. For sale by 1. G.
Frickie A Co.
fo njy mud &w ft?e scenes of
njy crjuarjoott, .
recckdb, recalls fteirjiovt'evj
top-kefi!? hwilg oa fte pol.es of
I JjeSmoke tod icSmdJ my- ,
n mi j ffncy Kr?evJ
Bui ftose diji crooAP and .
brcf since deparled, v;a
pray ana w i;opej
. war v ana 10 l&uq ubsn
"Weelcbach store room on soutlri
located I can pell goods cheap
just put in the largest stock
to the city. Gasoline stoves'
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