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VOL. XXVII. NO. 49.
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ght QUttsmoulh grrald.
CORNER OF VIXB AND FIFTH STS-
NOTTS BROS, Publishers
Published every Thursday, and daily
every eveniiiK except Sunduy.
Kenistered at the Plutttuuouth, Nebraska
post pftice as second class mail mutter for
transmission throuKh the U. S. mails.
A cream of tartar baking powder
lghest o( all in leavening strengtn
Latest U. b. Oovernment food re
TEKNS FCH WKKKI.Y.
One year iii advance
One year not in udvunce
Six months in ad vancc
Three mouths in advance
TERMS OK DAILY.
One year In advance
One copy one month
Per week by carrier -
the majority of the bench. How
evtr, now that all these propositions
are sustained, it is not likely that
any further objections to the con
stitutionality of the law will be
presented. The bill is as jrood in
law us it is in practice.
BWRLWQTOX & UlSSOUM R1YER R. R-
Thb Omaha Bee's write up of Ne
braska was a credit to that paper
and also to the state. It should be
read by everybody.
V TIME TABLT. J
F DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Not 3:45 a. m
I No. i. 5:2ft u. m
I No A S:05. m
ho. T rl5a. m.
INo. 11, ....0:05 p.m.
Bushnell'a extra leaves (or Omaha about two
'clock fur omaiiaana win accommodate pas-
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
Ho. 9 5:(5P M,
S. 4 10:30 a. II.
Ho. 1 7; 44 P. m
Bo. 10 .8s45a.m
Do. la 10 .14 a. m
Do. W ..81 a. ni
Thb Herald would suggest that
the republican state convention
elect Hon. R. H. Windham a dele
gate at large to the national repub
lican convention to be held at
Minneapolis June 7th, 1892.
OUR WORKMEN SUPREME.
That the American workman is
superior in skill and intelligence to
his fellows in other lands is a fact
that has become trite by dint of
reputation and much use in tariff
arguments. The advantages of a
systematic schooling and an inbord
ambition to succeed are generally
assigned as the reasons for the fact.
Time and again it has been noted
that the American workman is not
content to remain among the
'prentice hands of his business,
He cavets fuccess, and he expects
to be not merely satisfactory but
excelling. He would like to be not
a good workman but the best work
man of his trade.
These assertions concerning him
have so often been advanced, and
the proof of their truth is so fre
quently lost eight of that some
foreigners have been quick to label
them as glittering generalisations,
for this reason it is an the more
satisfactory to have convincing
specific proofs in the shape of re
Not long ago
N. 34 Accomodation Leaves
Ne.tsa - arrive
Tralni daily except Sunday
l.M a. m,
4 ; p. n.
A. N. 8ULLTTAN.
The anarchists, Fielden and
Schwab will continue serving time
in the penitentiary. The United
States supreme court affirmed the ords of actnal facts
decision of the appelate court and a British magazine writer was com
say that the proceedings were con- pelled to admit that the American
eistent with due process of law and mechanic and artisan is more adapt
founded on "a wise policy." able and quicker of apprehension
than the mechanics and artisans of
ia all bniineM entrusted to bin. Office la
Valoa block, Eau Bide, riantmouvu, neo.
R NIGHTS OF PYTBIA8 Gauntlet Lodge
no. 47. Meet every Wednesday evening
at tnelr hull In Farmeie train oioca, aii v
H1d fcntKhta are eoidlally invited te attend
M. N. Urinitn, u. v. ; ' uuycj. n.. n. p.
AO, U. W. No. 84-Meet eeond aodlourtb
vHo. Awantnir. In th month at 11. A. K.
hall In Kockvrood block, M. Vondran, M W,
t, P, Brown, Kecorder.
r. . uu i nnfiv vn .ia I n O P. fneetH QV-
cry Tuenday night at their ball In FltzRerald
viiL,w in VwT vaiinw. iirei cordiallv Invited
a ttni when vlHltiim In tie city. Chris Fet
nen. N. G. ; 8. F,0Dorn, Secretary.
LOCUSTS IN ALGIERS.
An Army with a Front of Three Mllea
mid a lli plh or Twenty.
The flight of which thev originally
fonni'il members li:ul a front of about
three miles (regulated by the width of
tho valley), says the Cornhill Mtiija
zinc. They traveled fairly fast; print
ing myself along the level path fur 10 )
yard in tho direction of their passage,
I must confess to having been out
paced ry i hem. 1 no main bony was
nearly live hours in passing a given
point. Almost the greater number of
them flew at a considerable height in
tho air but did not perceptibly darken
tho sky. That night, in tlio little
country aubergo where I stayed, two
team drivers.ono a Spaniard, tho other
a Sicilian, were comparing notes. Due
Raid that in tho midst of tho swarm ho
could not see tho sun; tho other, that
ho could not driv) his team against
them, as the horses refused to face
them (which was probably true), and
that they were three inches (loop oil
tho road (which probably wasn't).
At about 4 o clock tho locusts perch
ed down for the night, finding a lodg
ing on tho hot, hot ground, in vine
yards, cornfields, and a wood or two.
Tho frantic proprietors did all in their
power to prevent such a calamity; out
ono can not tight a snowstorm, nor
fliirht of locusts, either. In the vine
yards the aoridians wore everywhere;
in toe cornholds they perched, head
upward, one abova the other, four or
five on each stalk; in the woods they
massed themselves upon tha tree
trunks, facintr the declining aun. Thus
do ther like to take an aiternoon nan
after the fatigues of their day's jour
ney, sunning themselves to the last
moment as evening draws on. Espe
cially do they love to find sandy banks,
or a good dry road, facing the sunset
and so they rest, motionless, for the
Next morning ther onght to have
rot op, and, alter a baity toilet ana
breakfast, thoy ought to have winged
their way onward again northward;
they generally start so soon as the sun
A new invention has been dis- fcngiana. in moBt instances, nts
win riva nromnt attenttoa I covered, and the inventors a re try mistakes, when he makes them,
ing to get congress to advance arise nottrom stupidity or negu
many to experiment with Camp & pence, but from a constant irrepres
Son's offer to guarantee the perfect sible endeavor to improve, to try I has dried the air and their wings. But
nerfnrmnnre of ,h veel. If the the possibility of science a little to the exasperation of the proprietora
, ... .... . .
assertions are true, this Ivessel will turttiej ana to ao tor nimseit a lit
tie better than any other has done.
This desire has been indifferently
ascribed to the democratic atmos
phere in which he works, to the
habit of his life, which is superior
to that of any tradesman in the
world, and t3 the inborn American
impulse to own for himself a Bee
tion ot real estate which he may
a a T- . I
1 a OVAL ARUANAM CaM Conncll Mo 1021. at hand to drive an enormous Bhell. cal1 mb own U0UDUtM nlB Per
V. Meet at the K, ot P. hail in the Farmeie i:. u,. nt sonal superiority, hia readinea t
St e block over Bennett iuiw, iniimi iuuucu mui ou ciyiuons imit -V
T".T "J j n n nrin Rjint I ..... Daw mill inupil t
MOW IS YOUfl CflflflCE.
- 2 45
Iowa State Register
Western Kurnl -The
K)l Tins Street.
e Time o Sibsctibe
Everything to Furnish Your House.
OR BAT MODERN
Haying purchased the J. V. "Weckbach store room on Boutk
Main street where I am now located can Bell goods cheap
er than the cheapest haying just put in the largest Btoct
of new goods eyer brought to the city. Gasoline stoyei
and fttrnitire f all kinds sold a the installment plan.
revolutionize the present practice
of habor defense. The vessel is to
be known as the Berdan "ironclad
destroyer." The feature of the
design is in an enormous Bub-
marine (run, carried at the bow
below the water line. The pro
jectors of the pending bill feel that
they have now a practicable means
GertDgKegenti Uunpowder or gun cotton, into the save and invest, and so become aLrf,, wfco Waves her e?gs exactly
brethren Invited.. Uenry
1-t.na U'titllncr HAnretarv.
... ,,TiA' hull of any ironclad afloat, and ex
A'.inMoeh munthato. a. B. Haft I plode it in the very vitala of the
la Rock woo Dloca. rraua v or oiujrcB, , .
of the land, they stayed two days.
mating and egg-laying, before mov
ing. In this interim many of them
died or were put to deatn, and nere
we are arrived at a few of the graves.
Before this present year most people
believed that after mating and egg
laying the locusts would dio a natural
death. It isn't true. No doubt vast
quantities do die, but these are hardly
an appreciable traction ol the whole
So. after two days, on went the snr-
yivrvjTuJ Lad 'Mton nothing! This
is Oif the principle of the cabbage but-
1, B. Kuenole, Recorder.
man of property and independence,
have something to do with it.
Chicago Daily News.
VARfiKF.K OF HONOR, meet teoond and
U loiirth Thuradavs ot each month In I. O
. ... . i -a J D Unnil
O. P hall In tflUKTaia oiock
ldy ol Honor ; Be
Mn. f. Boyd,
elle Vermyiea. recoraer.
PROTECTION OR FREE
GA. R.McConlhte Font No. 45 meets every
qntiirdav evoninit at 7 : 30 In their Hall In
Bockwood block. All vlsltinK comrades are
. J1..11., iHurt m inept with us. Fred Bates.
Post Adjnlant ; G. F. Mies. fot Commadder.
ORDER OK THB WORLD, Meets at 7:30
every Monnav evening at the Grand Army
hall. A. V. Groom, president, Thus waning,
PASS CAMP No. 3X2 M. W. A. meets every
second and Fourth Monday ev-iilnifli In
FltL'erald hall. VlHitlns neighbors welcome.
P. r.T Hanxen, V. C. : P. W erteiiuerfc'er, w .
8. C. Wilde. Clerk.
pat Hl. fi ("AMP NO 60-
ternn, division of Nebraska, II
8. A . meet every Tuemlay niKin at 7 :jo o cmra
In t iir hull in MriL'Pnilll UMH.K. ah nuunnun
visit lilt; comrades are cordially invited to meet
with us Kurlz. Conuiiiiiuler ; B. A. Mc
Do you want to keep thoroughly der.of course not. It is cl
l a 4i 4 j . water, no sediment to fill the
.osted on the effects of the new f the' Hklnt It9 mi88ion i8 t
rAPTAIN n E
V Hons ot Vet
naUGHTERS OF KEBECCA- Bud ot Prom
rl oJ i.o i n.i.ru Nn 4n nifptu the second and
Vfniirtii Thnrscliiv evenlnirs ot each month in
' the TO. O. K. hall. Mrs. T. E. Williams, N
J.; Mrs. John Cory. Secretary,
uaiarnmn hlnck. Main Street. Rooms
opoi, For men only
nnAn f mm a .an a m to ft :30
(dispel meeting every Sunday alternooa at 4
tariff law, as shown from week to
Do you want to know all about
the policy of protection and have
an answer to every laise state'
ment of the free traders?
Then subscribe for your home
paper and the American Economist
published weekly by the American
Protective tariff league, New York
(Sample copy free). The Econo
mist is an acknowledged authority
on protection and should be widely
read. The yearly subscription of
the Economist ia $2, but we have
made a special arrangements with
the publishers by which we can
eend you the Economist for a year
and THE HERALD for $2.50.
Gentlemen would not use "Blush
of Koaes it it was a paint or pow-
lt ia clear as
cleanse and tiurifv the comnlexion
of every imperfection, and insures the soiT, the eclosion tho hatching
... .1 a . i . .. 1 I . . . , . ..
every iauy aim i-iiiu-inaii H ticun, would occur. Ann what were
smooth complexion. Sold by O. II. asperated proprietors to do
L -. . . .1 1 ..... r. I ...
oxiyuci. x i lie to icmoi
where the young caterpillar can find
?lenty of food so soon as he is born,
'he locusts had left the vineyards and
the cornfields for their sons and daugh
ters, the crickets, to make a meal of so
soon as they should be hatched. For
here we are arrived at the cradles.
The female locusts had laid their eggs
an men or ho unuergrounn, aim in
from ten to twenty-five days' time, ac
cording to the heat and character of
Notice of Stock Holders Meeting.
The annual meeting the stock
holders of the l'lattsmouth Loan
and Huilding Association will be
held Monday March 7, lii'Ji at 8 a. m.
at Kockwoou Hall.
2t T. M. Pattkrsox, Scc'y-
In the Antf'ioilcN.
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
ATHOUC-8t. Paul's Church, ak, between
a. 1. Jk Ql.ik Vathit I'linaV KttTlVT
Services s Mass at t and 10 :30 A. M. Sunday
School at 2 :30, with benediction.
nutr -aw nnniftr Locust and Eighth Bts.
Hert,tn;i mornlna and evenlag. Elder A.
Galloway pastor. Sunday School it a. m.
EPiHCOPAL.-8t. Luke's Church, corner Third
and Vine. Kev. H B. BurRess. pastor. Ser
vices : 11 A. m. and 7 :80r. m. Sunday School
at 3 :30 P. M.
Airman Mbthooist. Comer Sixth St. and
Gran te. Hev.Mlrt.rastor. cervices : u a. m.
and 7 :30 p.m. Sunday School 10 :30 a.m.
patBnrrini a w HArriPM in new chnrch. cor
ner Sixth and Granite sts. Rev. J . T. Balrd,
pastor. Sunday -school at 9 ; 30 ; Preaching
at 11 a. Tn.83d h n m.
The V. R. S. C. E ol this church meets every
Sabbath evening at 7 :15 in the basement ot
the ehucrh. All are Invited to attend these
kikht Mrthodist. sixth St.. betwn Main
and Pearl, Hev. L. F. Brltt. 1). I), pastor.
Services : 11 s. m8 :00 p. m. Sunday School
S :30 a. m, ITayer meeting v eauesday even-
Gsrman Phkhhvthriau. Corner Main and
Ninth. Rev. Wltte, pastor. Services usiutl
hours. Bunday School 9 ;30 A. M.
Swirdisr CoNORsaATiOMAU Granite, be
tween f irm ana aixin.
Coixjrf.d Bapttrt. Mt. Olive, Oak, between
Tenth and Eleventh. Rev. A. Boowell. pas
tor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 -.30 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening.
STRICTLY IN IT.
The supreme court has put the
McKinley bill on the firm basis of
constitutionality. Of the many
objections raised against its consti
tutional validity but one appeared
to The Heraad at the time of their
presentment to the court to have
even an appearance of merit, and it
is upon this one alone that the
court was divided, through the ma
jority held, as The Herald ex
pected, against it. The rulings of
the supreme court are, in brief, as
First. That the omission of the
tobacco rebate clause from the copy
of the bill eigncl by the president
A Million Friends
A friend in need is a fried indeed,
and not less than one million peo
ple have found just such a friend in
Dr. niiic: s Aew Discovery lor con
sumption, coughs, and colds. If
you never have used this great
couirli medicine, one trial will con
vince you that it has wonderful cur
ative powers in all diseases of the
throat chest and lungs. Each bot
tle is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed or money will be refunded
Trial bottle free at F. G. Fricke &
Co's drugstore. Large bottles 50c
Take Ralrena for your blood, liv
er and kidneys. It cureB Nervous
and general debility, Kheumatism
suoDressed or nainful neriods. dvs-
pepsia, indigestion, billious attacks
skin eruptions,, urinary complaints,
and the worst Diooa disorders
known. It is the best tonic on earth
for the debilitated. Price $1 at O.
II. Snyder and Urown & Barrett,
In all iii-eoiinirv iilace nien drink
b-a. I'liey drink il all day lung and at
every meal in amazing iiiantitiis ami
hi a most unwholesome strength. The
n etliod of preparation m .simple, am!
one would think that if the aim were
U brew a concoction altogether poison
ous it ought to be effectual. On .Sun
day mornings tho tea-maker starts
with a clean not ami a clean record.
l lie ot is oung over tno lire with a
Hullicicncy of water in it for tho days
brew, and when this has boiled fie
pours into it enough of the fragrant
herb to produce a deep coffee-colored
liqina. Un Monday, without remov.
ing yesterday's tea-leaves, he repeats
the process, un i ucsuay da capo and
on Wednesday da capo, and so on
through the week, loward tho close
of it ttii great pot is filled with an
acrid nash of tea leaves, out of which
tho hqild is squeezed by the pressure
ofatinuip. liv this time the "tea
is of thwcolor of rusty iron, incredibly
Ditier aiu disagreeable to thn unedu
cstod pi ate. The nativo calls it "real
good oil post and rails" (the umile
being oiviously drawn from a stiff
and dai porous jump) and regards it
as navng necn urougni to uie very
pitch of perfection. Doctors tell of
cases reailting from this abuse which
closely xirucr.in their manifestations,
on the epis ot tha delirium tremens
No healthy person need fear any
dangerous consequences from an
attack of la grippe if properly
did not invalidate the dutv levvinc treated, it is iniicii tne same as a
clause. severe cold and requires precisely
r. j ft. . ,L. , I ine Biiuie treatment, rvt-uiiiiu iiuiei
aeconu. mat u.e eugar oouniy , at h ani, take Chamberlain's
Clause uoch nut invaiiuate ine couirh Kemedy as directed tor a se
revenue feature of the bill. vere cold and a prompt and com
Tfcir.i That in- repinrnrit. Pine recovery is sure to follow
Yooho Mkn's Christian association
Rooms in waterman uiock, main street, uos
ni niwntlnir. tm meu onlv. every Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Rooms open week days
from 8:30 a. m..to :3Q p. m.
UniiTH Vaiik Takf.hjjacle Rev. ,T. M.
Wood, Pastor, serviws : nunuay ocnnoi,
ioa. in.: Pivacmni:, ill. m. ami s u. m.
prayer meetlniJ Tuesday nlnht ; choir praj
tice Friday uitikt. All are v.!coie.
deletrate legislative power to the
Fourth. That the speaker of the
house of representatives has power
to count a quorum under the rules
of the house.
Upon the third of these proposi
tionsonly did it is seen to us that
there was ground for difference of
judicial opinion, and upon it alone
the judges were divided. Justices
Fuller and Lumar dissenting from
tendency of la grippe to result in
pneumonia. Among the many
thousands who have used it during
the epidemics of the past two years
we have yet to learu of a single
case that has not recovered or that
has resulted in pneumonia. 23 and
5T) cent bottles for sale .by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
Two Iter I pes for Cooking Flananas.
Place bight bananas, peeled (not
overrun, iu a silver or enameled pan,
and pool over them half a pint of eood
claret oi burgundy, with three ounces
of sifteilkugar and the juice of half
lemon, btew very gently for twenty
or twenty-five minutes. Servo cold.
with w!iped cream.
Sit blianas, ono well-beaten egg,
lour fliiserispooniuis ol Hour, and
two dessertspoonfuls of sugar. Mash
tho fruiipnto a pulp with a fork, add
tho olhel ingredients, bent up wcTl.
drop ha! a dessertspoonful at a time
into boil ig fat, turn as soon as set, and
keep tur ing until fried a nice brown.
Can he liten either hot or cold, but are
rather rlli hot.
Irene'for the complexion, most
useful toilet made, is highly medi
cated and perfumed. Kemoves
pimples; makes the skin clear and
velvety, "i0 cents at Urown & Bar
rets and O. II. Snyder.
inry, iSii, Qeen ictoria re
in the empress of lira.il
en entirely of spider' webs,
tUioneM ami beauty is said to
to most spleudid ilL
WILL KEEP CONSTANT LI ON HAND
" A Fill and Complete line af
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Honrs.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGA.
OO ACRES of Colorado land for sale or trade for l'lattsmouth real
estate or for merchandise of any kind. This is a bargain for
some one: the land is Al. For further particulars call on or address
TIIK 11KKALD, Plattsinouth, Neb.
THE POSITIVE CURE.
ELY BROTHERS, 68 Warwn BC, Ne Tort Price 80
Always has on band a full stock of
FLOUR AND FEED,
Corn, Bran, Shorts Oats and Baled
Hay for sale as low as the lowest
and delivered to any part of the
CORNER SIXTH AND VINE
F. II. ELLENBAUM, Prop.
The best of fresh meat always found
in this market Also fresh
Eggs and Butter.
Wild game of all kinds kept in their
HP SIXTH STREET
A Great Surprise
Is in store for all who use Kemp'f
Balsan for the throat and lungs the
great guaranteed remedy. Would
you believe that it is sold on its
merits and that any druggits ia au
thorized by the progrietor of this
wonderful remedy to give you a
sample bottle free? It never fails
to cure acute and chronic coughs.
All drugpists sell Kemp's Balsam.
Large Bottles Due and l.
Kx-Govcrnor Furnas writes: Send
me one down Kail Road I'ain Cure
with bill, it cures more aching ills
than anv other preparation I have
used or known. l!5c and aOc at O. II.
Snyder and Brown iV Barrett.
JCR. A, SALISBURY
: D-K-N-T-I-S-T :
GOLD AND PORCELAIN CROWNS.
Br. Stelawaji anrathetlA forth paliles et-
iracuoo oi teem.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Bockwood Block PlalUmonta. Nek.
17, 919, 931, AN 99) JAklH ST
F. R. GUTHMANN. PROP.
Rates $4.50 per week andup.
CiflOLD AND PORCELAIN CROWNS
Bridge work and fine gold work
DR. 8TRINAC9 LOCAL a well an other aa
eathetiesKiven tur the paluless extraction o(
0. A. MARSHALL, Fitzgerald Bloc?
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