Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892, December 31, 1891, Image 1

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:l.50 A YEA It.
That the Royal Baking Powder is the oldest
and purest baking powder, and the greatest
in leavening strengtn.
VThat it is free from every injurious substance.
That it makes lighter, sweeter, more nutritious
and healthful food than any other.
The Royal Baking Powder Company refines its
own cream of tartar in its own mammoth re
finery, and thus insures its unvarying quality.
There is used in the manufacture of the Royal Baking
Powder more than half of all the cream of tartar consumed
in the United States for all purposes. This is required
and must be chemically pure, and chemically pure cream
of tartar could not be obtained in the markets of this coun
try or Europe, which necessitated the building of special
works, and the employment of special processes.
All other baking powders, when analyzed, show
traces of lime and sulphuric acid, which arise
from the impurities of the materials bought
in the market, which their manufacturers use.
This is whv the Roval Bakincr Powder is the
Ay only absolutely pure baking powder made.
At ttrnav Will irlva nrnmnt Attention
toktl buctnefs etitructnd tn lilm. (Mice In
PI Unblock. Eaat 81d. Plnt.tmnuth. Net).
. TTNIGHT8 OF PYTHIAP. Uauntlet Lodge
. XV. mo. 47. Meets every Wednecday evening
at their hall In 1'nnnele ft Crulg block, All vis
Itlnc knights are cordially Invited to attend
0. 0. Marshall, C. C. ; tin Dovey, K, R. 8.
A O, U. W. No. M Meets ieennd and fourth
Friday evenlngi In the month at (1. A . R.
hall In Roekwood block, K.J.Morgan, MW,
r. .wrowu, necoraer.
JYAL AR0ANAM-C Counell No 1021,
i ,"". Meet at the k, oi r. nnll in tne rarmele si
Craig block over Bennett ft Tntto, vIMrlng
bretliren Invited. Henry Herold, Regent;
Thos Walling, Secretory,
Terry Farthing was in Louisville
O. II. Snyder had business in tlie
, metropolis to-day.
' Treasurer-elect L. C. Kickhoff is
in the city to-day.
Wm. Rasmubsen left on No. 5 this
, morning for Omaha.
Chas. Graves, of the Union Led
ger, is in the city to-day.
jfhas. Wickersham is in Blair,
fV)., to-day on business.
n- J. Koon, the photographer,
, was in Omaha last night.
' A. II. White and Joe Klein were
in Omaha on business to-day.
Rev. Dr. Brift was a passenger on
Noo for the west this inoriiincf.
A. McElwain and mother were
lingers lor Omaha this morn
Hon. J. M. Patterson and Com
missioner A. B. Todd were in Lin
coln to-day.
Mrs. Wm. Winn left for Ilillsboro,
Texas, this morning for a visit with
her daughter.
Miss Ollie Boyd started for Ober-
AV . t - X' R
a, rvunin, mis illuming on lo. o
A spend the winter.
Kra. B. N. Loverin of Pacific
Junction came over last evening to
attend the "T. K." Quartette.
George and Ket Goodell of Glen,
wood, Iowa, were in the city, the
guests of P. P. Gass and family
last evening.
4vLost Between Gold street and
SOftth Park and Eighth and Tenth
streets, Saturday morning, a cream
silk muffler with initial "A" in the
f corner, -tinder will please leave at
uuivt Ul til U1 OUUU1 ICIllUBl.
Russian Relief Fund.
Cass county as usual, is at the
front again, with one of the most
liberal donations to the Russian
Relief Fund, and it will be made i n
a way that will receive the approv
al of all those interested. A. B.
Todd, Aaron Loder and Jacob
Tritsch, county commissioners,
called on Governor Thayer yester
day and announced that Cass conn
ty would give 000 bushels of corn.
It will be bought and paid for at
once by private parties who will
afterwards by reimbursed by the
county commissioners out of the
county general fund. The corn will
cost $180. It is claimed by the com
missioners that by using county
funds the expanse will be less than
1 mill for each inhabitant, a cheaper
plan than that of receiving and
handling ' small J contributions of
corn offered by farmers or others.
It is their idea also that the cost of
the purchase will be borne by the
people generally instead of allow
ing only a few to make the dona
tions as would be the case other
Don't Ruffle the Eagle.
Chill, beware I
Our venerable t'ncle Sum
Is slow to wrath, but when he start I
Out on the warpath
It takes a continent to hold hlut
He careful how you get
Ills d under up.
Ti quite a little trip around the Mom
To get in good I'oxitioD for a kick
At you, but If he undertakes the trip,
He'll get there 1
And mark you, dull,
Ttiexe I a blrd-a large, tough, healthy bird
Tlmt hut been known to fly
tfrnin Washington to Africa
And come back home with both his talons full
of wool.
It wouldn't take him very long to mako
A tlylng virit anywhere
in South AtHi'iira,
lie's harmlecs If he's let alone, but dot't
I hrow stones at him
Or poke him with with your cane, for then
nes dangerous. This tough old fowl itlll
Upon the flag-pole't topmost end.
Ilelow him wave the Stars and Stripes.
Wfcill him. flil l,
The Ainericau
Kagle. And
Y uM better
f Itm
Chicago Tribune.
The End of 18tft
To the young the years speed not
fast enough, to the old they are too
short. The young employ the
closing of one year in ambitions
planning for the next, the aged
muse over the events of the past
and contemplate the mysteries of
future. In the lives of some the
year has proved a memorable one,
while in those of others it is sug
gestive of no special events. The
hopes of one have reached fruition,
the aspirations of another have
fallen short of success, and thus the
last days of December brings alike
pleasant and sad memories. What
ever the year 1801 has brought to
us, there is a valuable lesson to be
learned. If any undertaking upon
which we have entered has proven
unsuccessful, we can now, on look
ing back over the ground, see
more clearly the cause of our fail
ure. No lesson is so forcibly
learned as that born of experience.
A past failure ofttimes point to a
future success, if we but profit by
the lesson. No year is wasted
which brings to us a clear realiza
tion of our individual worth, and
its best employment. The experi
ences of the old year will make our
successes during the new more as
sured, for we will have learned
what shoals to avoid in the sea of
life. If our bark have just grouud
over rocky reefs with but slight
injury, let us feel thankful tint we
were not entirely wrecked. To be
successful, the truth has been
taught that the best success is that
which is born with modefty and a
humble exterior. It is a poor suc
cess that brings with it an outward
self-consciousness of our talents
on gifts. The most admired and
beloved men and women are
those who combine prosperity with
modesty. And thus to all the year
can be fruitful of good results, if
we but extract from mr individual
experiences only that.which will be
the most profitable, for us to remem
ber. Then we tdiall be the better
prepared to enter upon the new
year with wisdom, zeal and energy.
fcpecinl Meeting.
There will be a special meetingof
Cass Camp No. 332, M. V. A., at
their hall in Fitzgerald block this
evening, December 30, at 8 o'clock,
for the purpose of electing officers
for the ensuing year.
J Ess is L. Root, V. C.
J. II. Ilaldeman, of Weeping
Water, is in the city to day on legal
Do you want to know what would
make your father, mother, brother,
sister and sweetheart happy? It is
a nice pair of shoes or slippers for
a Christmas present. W. A. Boeck
& Co. have just received an elegant
line that they offer at VKKV Low
prices for thirty days only. ; tf
County Court.
In the matter of the estate of
Christian Seliildmeier deceased.
Petition of Amelia Schildiueier
widow of deceased, filed for ap
pointmeut of Henry Borneineier
administrator. Hearing, January
12th, 181)'-', at 10 o'clock a. tn.
In the matter of the estate of
Joseph II. Austin, deceased. Peti
tion Elvina Austin and J. G. Austin
filed for appointment of Almond II.
Austin administrator. Hearing
January 13th, 18H2, at 10 o'clock a.
C. R. Teft et al vs. Phil Green et
al. Suit on account for $210.8.1 and
interest. Answer January 4th, 18I2.
James Fitzgerald vs. Thomas L.
Murphy. Suit on account for $100.
Hearing, Dec. 31, at 10 o'clock n. m.
Albter Watson, assignee vs. Solo
man Ward et al. Action to revive
TV te of Nebraska vs. John
Win .. Compliant for petty lar
ceny. Trial to court. Found guilty
and sentenced to 20 days in jail.
I rst 10 days on bread and water,
and to pay costs of prosecution.
In the matter of the estate of
Charles S. Allen, deceased. Hear
ing on petition for anointment of
James H. Green administrator.
Prayer granted and bond fixed at
In (he matter of the estate of
Charles S. Allen, deceased. Notice
to creditors to file claims on or
before June 30, 1802, at 10 o'clock
a. tn.
In the matter of the guardianship
of William Spencer, insane. Hear
ing on petition for appointment of
Elizabeth Spencer guardian.
Prayer of petition rrranted and
bond fixed at $1,50.
Taylor Bros, vs. J. M. Beardsley.
Suit on account. Trial to court,
argued and plaintiff to file briefs by
January 4, 1802, and defendant to
file brief by January 11, 1802.
Ackland Salisbury, contestant. vs.
W. II. Bearing, contestec. Motion
to quash service of summons and
complaint and to dismiss action
argued and submitted.
II. D. Travis vs. A. V. Durell et al.
Action on supersedeas bond for
$470. Judgment for plaintiff for
$433.50, and against Doom Bros, for
costs of intervention.
E. L. Lewis vs. W. S. Ward. Suit
in attachment. Motion to discharge
attachment and dismiss action sus
tained without prejudice to another
The funeral of the late Carrie
Vass occurred this afternoon at 2
o'clock and the remains were in
terred in Oak Hill cemetery.
License to wed was issued to-day
to Win. T. Fisher of Georgetown,
Colo., and Miss Lizzie Foldeu ot
c. w. B. M.
Regular monthly meeting of the
C. W. B. M. of the Christian church
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Chas. Twiss, Saturday, January 2.
OI.1VK E. Boyd, See'y,
List of Letters
Remaining unclaimed in the post
office tit Platlsniouth December 30
for the week ending December 23:
Itiirniw, !. M Cllelt, Miss Anna,
Kmiklln, Frank Le Roy, W 11
Stlekel, Mis Maud Wing, Mrs Clara
Persons calling for any of the
above will please ask for "adver-
Notice to Water Consumer.
AH rents will be due January 1.
imii i itiimiiiuei n out wisniiig con
tinuance must give proper notice,
tn Plattsmouth Water Co.
Many old soldiers, who contracted
chronic diarrhoea while in the
sei vice, have since been permanent
ly cured of it by Chaimberlain's
Colic, Cholera and diarrhoea Rem
edy. For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
il S(iniiilqoif foi Gqsl'j Tidc o
Widc-ilql-jc Pci?ois,
While we appreciate the large amount of trade we are favored with, we
still desire to increse our
and have completed arrangement in which we have secured hirue una
tides, at first hands, of the celebrated
at such prices that we propose to Kive them to our many customers be
in ung that we shall increase our trade, as our customers appreciate the
.act that we are spending the money we set aside for advertising purpos
es y i returning it to them, believing they will appreciate the gifts tin
tell their friends, and thereby increase our trade.
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of $5 entitles the purchaser U
either a Roger's Solid Silver Metal Butter Knife or Sugar Shell eol4
bv Jewelery at $1.00.
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of $15 entitles the purchaser to a
set (() of Roger's Solid Nickel Tea Spoons, sold by Jewelers at $2.0
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of $2.") entitles the purchaser to a
,MfKogers solid Nickel Dessert Spoons, sold by Jewelers at
EVERY Cash purchaser to the amount of $30 entitles the purchaser to a
set (.)) Rogers' Solid Nickel Table spoons or a set of Solid Nickel
r-orks, or a set ot Tripple plated Knives, sold by Jewelers at $1.00.
o -
... , , KKK irt wIlnt the manufacturer says in regard to Solid Silver Met
rtrj' al goods and Solid Nickel Silverware: "There has been a grow
frjri ing demand for years for a grade of Spoons and Forks to take
bXli Ibe place o( Solid silver and plate ware. We have experimented
for some time to attain this end, and are now able to offer the public our
Rogers Metal and Rogers' Solid Nickel Silver. We guarantee this metal
superior to any Nickel Silver manufactured and have the greatest confi
dence i.i assuring our customers tlmt this ware is inferior to service on
ly to solid silver. It is a beautiful white color, is highly polished and
can hardly be distinguished from pure silver. We reconiend this ware
especially for hotels, restaurants anil boarding houses, as it will stand
more hard usage than any other metal; is very tough and hard; will hold
its color and will outwear any i.lateware ever manufactured." All our
customers know Rogers' ware by reputation. This linn have manufac
tured plated ware since 1H55, and their name is never put on goods that
are not of a high grade, so our customer can rest assured that they are
getting some very desirable goods when they get goods under theit
ate" early un(1 Becure a Bhare of these goods before it is to
Wc qtiqiqtcc otj Pviccs to bo lo Lowncst
liic Competition.
In the best grades of
1B. 11. M'ELWAIN
415 Main Street,
Plattsmouth, Net
puss jvlsie Moore has had the
east room in the Parmele-Roberts
block nicely fitted up and will
have her millinery stock moved in
by the 1st of January. tf
mrz?iiwg'y?i'y s"n yii j.
Why will you cough when Shi
loh'a cure will give immediate re.
lief. Price 10 cts., fit) cts. and $1
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Cd
We will sell lamps for net cost for
tke next thirty days. M. B. Murphy
& Co. tf
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complain t'f Shiloh's Vit
alizer is guaranteed to cure you. 2
Pure buckwheat Dour for sale at
Heisel's mill. tf
For abstracts of title at reason
able rates, go to J. M. Leyda, Union
block. tf
Call on the Tucker Sisters in the
Sherwood block for bargains in
Winter Hats. tf
No. 5 was delayed this morning
in the upper yards, by the breaking
of a back spring on the engine, for
about an hour, after which another
engine was attached to the train.
ileus O fercotits
Childs' Overcoats
Mens' Suits
.Boyg' Suits -
Childs Suits - . , . $i.75 Mcn8 ()Tm(J m m
Mens Jeans Pants - . . . .;h) Mens' Wool Sock. -
AlcnB Dress 1'ants . . ' 1 in nr,.Q' n.... c
IT si n iucno """I VJUUOU COCKS
Mens' Cass Pants .... 2.r0 Mna' Hro.
25 Mens' Lined Kid Gloves
Four Ply Linen Collars-
Mens Wool Mitts
Children!' Mitts -Mens'
Chiids' Sunpendera -
bilk lies
A oale of ttai3maenitudo Has aovor boen attomptod in Plattemcutti. V7o moon to unload tnoso goods In tno acst thirty days
Tliis Sale Means Goods UctnUrA at i.
.LSON, Tb e Cash Clothier. - Plattsmon th - TV"h
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