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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1891)
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105 8 6th at.. Union Block, formerly
415 Main street.
A. Splendid Market, wh;re Evcrythinf
kt pt i'h First Claws. We nim to
ulenhc, and Holicit the l'utreu
ae of the Public.
niH CHOICEST STEAKS,
EXCELLEN'l R ASTS,
THE SWEETEST CUTS,
FINEST CURED MEATS,
AMK. PIS' AND OTlfKIl DKI.ICA.CIKS
IJ fair aim! I Hf;st dealing I expect to
merit a Hliarc of the triicin.
.1. R. VALLERY. Prop
311 KH S II NE L LI! A CK Kit.
Wh'oii ami Blacksmith shop
Wagon, liugy, Machine and
plow Repairing Mont
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
He uses the
' NEVERSLIP HORSESHOE
Which is the best horseshoe for tht
farmer, or for fant driving, or for city
purposes ever invented. It is so made
that anyone ct-n put on sharp or flat
corks, as needed for wet and slippery
dayp, or smooth, dry roads. Call at
hia shop and examine the neverslip
and you will use no other.
J. M. S1INEI.LBACKEIL
113 North Fifth St. Plattamoutb
JULIUS PEPPERRERG. .
MANUFACTURER OF AVD
WHOLESALE & RETAU
DEALER IN THE
Thoicest Brands of
Florda JifjjV ail
FCT.T. LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLE
always in stock. Nov. 20. 1885.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
II A. WATERMAN & SON
v Shingles, Lath, Sash,
Can supply everw demand of the city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
Constantly keeps on hand Jeverything
you need to furnish your house.
CORXEIl SIXTII AND MAIN STREET
Plattsmout - Neb
P. J. HANSEN
STAPLE AND FANCY
GLASS AJS L
QUEEN SW ARE
FIf Fssfl a Fitcialtr
OILDiNGNortli m SI
Are abundant; but the one best known for
ltd extraordinary anodyne and expectorant
qualities Is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. For
nearly ball a century UiU preparation has
been in greater demand than any oilier rem
edy for colds, couKhs, bronchitis, and pul
monary coinpUinU in general.
1 suffered ior more than eight months
from a severe cough accompanied with hem
orrhage of the lungs and the expectoration
of matter. The physicians gave me up, Lut
my druggist prevailed on wo to try
I dnl so, and soon began to improve; my
lungs healed, the cough ceased, and I be
came stouter and healthier than 1 have ever
been before. I would suggest that the nnriio
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral be changed to
Klixir of Life, for it certainly saved my life."
F. J. Olidcii, Salto, Huenos Ayres.
"A few years ago I took a very bad cold
which settled on my lungs. I had night
sweats, a racking eough.'and great soreness.
My doctor's medicine did me no good. I
tried many remedies, hut received no bene
fit; everybody despaired of niy recovery, f
was advised to use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
and, as a last resort, did so. From the iirst
dose I obtained relief, and, after using two
bottles of it, was completely restored to
health." F. Adams, New Uretna, N. J.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. AYEB & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Bold bv all Druggists. Price 1 ; six bottles, $5 .
I arcE RNVVT IQ NAL
A sfiictlv first, clans machine, fully warrant
ed. Made irom the very best material bj
killed workmen, and with the best tools tal
h:ive ever been deviied for the purpose. War
ranted to do all that can be reaso-.ably tx-iv-cted
of the very bet typewriter extant
(' ip.tble of writing 15i words per minute 01
m re according to the ability of the opera''
lltl-.er is no agent in y-mr town aditrecs Mi.
i;i '.uulaclui t r.
'I I!K PAHIiSll M'F'ti '.
gents wanted Parish S, Y.
K. 15. SKKLEMIRE, A?eni.
PURE MAPLE SUGAR
Low piice quoted on targe or small lot
Adirondack Maple Sugar Co
12"i Monroe st., Chicago, 111.
FULLiKlt & DHXIFON
hs 5th St. Merchant Tail::
Kteis a S'un Line of
Consult Your luteres l ;iviu C.rj ,t
Bridge work 'and fine gold work a
1K. SI EINAL'S LOCAL an weK as other an
pthetics:iven fort lie painless extraorion of
C. A. MAHSHALL. - Fitzgerald P'"-
8qt9 Tfrarpt; PocIUv
Cur for lmpettne. Loss
cf Manhood, Seminal
Hcrvotisneat, Self Distrust.
Loss of Memom, d.e. Will
matte you a ST RON a. Vigor
ous Man. Price $J.C0, 9
Boxes. $5 00.
t.nnciat Dfrttrttont Utalte'f
' Bex. Address
Ca Uslmtst C9-.
caio Lucas Ave
BT. LOUIS. Ma
Fixed to Suit the Senate and"
mi:s. (tstek's ri:xsio kaisi:i.
rii- Imlirtti jirorit ion Itill I'uhHeil ly
tli- IUiu v S-a!:-i- K--il I II i ii forma
tion at to I'urcliust-H tif SilKT Oinalia'.t
Ittiiliiln Limit I ii-r-a--iI.
Washington, F l. 11). In tin; senate
u nmiilM r i' ; i hills wvre jiasscd.
I T 1 " 1 U U 1 1 'r ill lllSt' hill t iiitT'asi til' jm-ii-i)n
of ill' viIuV of (JI1. CllstlT toiflO'l
Pt montli. The copyright bill was con
ir((l iiiid Hi' Sherman amendment to
ailmil copyrighted Looks, etc., printed
in foveT'ii coimti ies on ii2iyiient of ttir-
Ut tin;: s wjis 2i::ree(l to, 2is w;is 2iiso ;m
iiiiieiKUnent I iy r-.( nator v rye. reniiring
m;t;s, (lr;'.iii;ii ic 2iii(l musicitl comMsi
tions. cimraviiws. cuts, -prints. thoto-
Kr;iilis. chroiiKjs or lithugriipiis to bt
irintetl from plates executed in the
United States; 2iiid 2in amendment by
Senator Infills t.Miiitiiig news-jianers
and lM'riodicids from prohibition of
importation. The bill was then passed
yt'2is, :; iniys. 14. The Semite bill
for th(! erection of 2i new custom house
in New York City wjis then p;iss'd.
The foll'lwing bills were also psissed:
House bill 2imen(1i;iL' t lit 2ict of Jul v.
iy"2, dividing th state of Iowa into two
judicial districts. Senate bill to pro
vide the times and places of holding
terms of the United Stiites courts in
The senate then proceeded to the con
Bidemtion of the substitute for the house
bill to provide for the 2iljudic2ition and
payment of claims arising from Indian
depredations. Senator Edmunds moved
to strike out section y of the substitute,
which prohibits the allowance of any
chum iinide by Indians on the testimony
of any witness of the Indi;in r2ice. The
vote W2is t2iken on Semitor Edmunds'
motion to strike out the third section,
and it resulted j''2is, 2S;nsiys, 22 lack
ing one of a quorum.
in the house ilr. Payson of Illinois
was elected speaker pro tern., in the 2il
srnee of the spc;iker. who is detained 2it
home by sickness. Conferences were or
dered on the District of Coluinbi2i and
inilit2iry 2ic;idemy ;ippropri;ition bills,
alter which tht Jmiian 2tppropriation
bill was considered 2iTid passed, 2tnd the
p stof'Hc. 2i ropri;H i ;i bill carrii'd into
-w;;niiiU e oi I lit whole. A joint reso
lution v..s pa-sed i:pp:o;i:-iaiing slO'i.dOK
Cm' jtriuting !(. itM co)i.'s of tiie reort
(': disecises of hi-rses. irei21Ved Under
tit supervision e. . i. .k 1 '- tht ba
re;m of 2i:iim;d ii: In- ii v.
Alr. tit Silvt r I'eietiasfs.
Vas!1IS:t'X, Felt l!. In 2inswer to
i senate rvrolution C2tll5ng for infwrm;i
tiou c(i:c;-riiing the pr.rclja.se oi: silver
t4i:d-:r the silver bill of i sessi n. the
acting ;-.. rt-i2ii v f th tr ;.-!;!-.; -it to
tiit mi i:;ite 2ist2iteiuenc piv.tre.l by the
director of the mint, showing the amount
of silver bullion purcli2ised by t! gov
ernment from Aug. i:. is.;'), to Feb. 14.
1S;H. with 21 list of 2ill persons, firms;;nd
a-iociati(ns oirVring amoenrs. the
icmmiit 2iml price offered, t lie amount'
pi.rcliiised, etc. The jtcting sccret;iry
s;iys that in estinniling the la.is of t!ie
market price of silver bullion purclnisetl
uicier the 2ict. the (lep2irtment: was guid
. i ly daily disitches from London.
New York 21U.1 S;ui Francisco, tiieumr
.:. i rice Ix-ing dciermiiit d by 2i com
parison of the prices quoted and the
price ;:f which silver is otTered for s.ile
to .h." gov. rnmt'-iit. the rule b hig to :ic
c. pt lir lowest offers, provi.l'-'i riiey did
not nuiterially exceed the highest mar
ket price in the three cities iiain.'d. The
icting secret2iry s.iys that no - llv r bnll-i-:i
I121S b '!i purehfised by t:;' govern
ment outride of the United Stjtres. bur
ihat undoubti-lly large q-.iiuv'ti.'s of
er ii;;ye been deliverer oil ihopur
ch.ases to th" governmi-jit ininle irom
i- irii-'.j re.-i ling in the United Sttttes.
? r,::i Si, ia: t . i
Vr.sj!!N':T).s. Feb. li. S'-j
fr ".a iti. en:!: ii'.c.e .r.i
jrle.l lavombly the sen'.re
bill to prj
!' villi .'If
':c 1. v .):. "i.:.vme:iL i .
r-i d iat :i : : cL-sims in 2iccorua;:
::i::vs ;f the courf of c!
c te; sai.:iiiU' d sm iimeii 'hiifnt to
i'iu- :Al providing th;U: ":n -a:;s where
1 '.ii original s.iftVrers 'ex-e 2i.ljudic;ited
bankrupts tht siwjirds shall be made on
beh:uf of tiie next or kin, instead oi to
.-.ssifcnees in bankruptcy. an lt'ie ;tv:;rds
.-iiali not oe 2iid until the court of
claims sluill certify th;it the personal
reiresentatives on whose- leh:i!f the
award is made represent the next of
kin. and the courts which granted the
2idministratioii shall have certified that
the legal representatives h;ive given
adoqiuite security fjr the l"g2il disburse
ment of the awards.
Wasihmjtox, Feb. ID. A caucus of
iicpubliean senators will be held next
week to determine on a candidate to
.succeed Sen.uor lugjills : us president pro
lenipoiv of iiie seiitite. Senator Ingails
term in the senate will expire on March
4, and it is proposed (according to cus
tom) to itLst2ill his successor t.s president
pro tempore before the end of the ses
sion in order to provide ag2iinst any dif
ficullv that might arise if Vice Presi
dent Morton stiould be unable to pre
side. The names most prominently
mentior.ed for the honor ;ire those of
Senators Edmunds and Sherman (lxth
of whom have held th-? office), with Sen
ators Frye and Aldrich as possibilities.
The Oiuaha I"otHlce.
Washixqtox, Feb. 19. Senator
Spoouer reported favorably the pro
posed amendment to the sundry civil
bill, increasing by $400,000 the limit of
cost tor a itostoffice building in Omaha.
The presn tent approved the- ace for a
building for industrial schools in Wis
consin 2ui 1 21 joint resolution to correct
an erri-r of punctuation i:i the t2irili' act
relating to Linding twine, etc
Sin-iiktT Ite-.l SIcIi.
Washinotox. Ftb. Sp- iiker 11cvi
13 confined to his room ."-:'.: iiie horti by
a severe cold, which shows signs of im-
Tliouitand "Look for the "Lttat Time I'pou
tlir Face of Old Teeuumeh.
New Y(i::k, Feb. 19. Among the first
visitors to the Sliennan house in tiie
iiKjrning W2is the venerable IVofessor
Kendrick of West I'oint, who wtw one
of the (. Jeneral's te:tcherH at West. I'oint.
(Jen. Fit;: John Porter, Mrs. Wsiltt-r
I);iiiirosch, Liiwr'iu' E.irrett and one
hundred chil:ir.s of the West I'oint
school, in uniform, wen? 2ilso 2tuioug the
ai'ers. J. T. Siierm;in s;tid th:it tin-li-t
"f invited gue.-ts to the funenil will
incia.ie iiie pie.--i. lent 2ind his j'.-irty.
Archbishop ( 'orrigau. Ihainilton Fisn.
I e;:.ilr )V2irts. Archbishop K'2in of
i'liilruleiphia. A. J. lirexi 1, (Jeorge W.
del". Porter, t yrus . Field.
'i.i;i-i and Stephen 15. E kins. The
!'. . i ,,..!. .:; l'-'i' the trip to .Si.
..; o. :;;! . 'ihe family
ll:efu.-e of President Robert.-.'
lie r tl
o b. .in ifiil floral pieces were re
el .,' tin
Ik man rcM.tciice .'ibout
ne v;;s from 1'resi lent (l;irri
1 consi.-,jed of a larg.' bed ;ioout
i'ee! wide by live long of lilies of
'. . iih 2t border .-'.round it coiu-
lii t!i" c liter v."2is 21 s;.!)re
viol !s. '1 otlii r pi:ce
jiiilow of arious colors
ayii . ' .en
i .-is 2iiiie t
e pi .
it. while ho is rv. M--S2ge:
u e .-in I s liiji-iiiiv 2ire co::tin
rri -.'in j
2It tl'f IV:
Last Look itt tin- ll-a.l.
Thousands of ieole took 21 hLst l'Mik
,.; tiie face of the n;itioiis di-ad general
in the aft-ruoon. It W2is one of the
:.',". ( -Jitest test"imoni;ils of rspect 2llid lov'
1 ii-it co. ild hi; ).-iitl to tiny one. At 0
o'clock the family 21ml others of th'
household assembled in the ptirlor and
look their hmil gaze 2it the lace of their
fjithrv, brother, fri-nd. Then tiie
r2i.;kti w;us se2iled nnd will be opened
ig.'iin only to lt:t the He v. Thomas Ew
iiii Sliemmn look ujio-.: Ids f2ithers feat
iites it he arrives here in time.
The 2irr2ingements for the family and
humedhite friends were completed.
I" hey, with the invited officials, will oc
cupy fifty-one c:irritges and will ride
in the funeral procession behind the pall
iK .'irers 2ind ahead of the president.
During the evening It. D. Hayes ac
cepted the invitation of the family to
v.e.-oi.'ipiiny the remains to St. Louis.
At 1 o'clock Mr. P. T. Sherman re
reived a dispjitch s21yi11gth.it the ste;imer
ij-.'siic h;ul Ik'cii sighted and would
ret'i-ii 'Uiar.intine st2ition :it 11 p. m..
v.-;;)i the Itev. Shernnm alxt.-ird.
I:i rt "iff I 1m- Kuii-r:il.
In. ; met ions were issue1. n the po.ic"
c.-.ptain.i 21s io their duties during the
f'liieyal. Twelve hnnilred policemen
!T:'1o b stationed jilong file line of
march. The po-loflic will le closet1
fi-Min i;oo:i until (i o'clock. Xti mail o!
. i;y l.r.i.i is to be h:iu.led. All the
')i :in; h s.'.-d ions will be closed.
T!i' President ial SU'fi:il.
YfiiK.Feb. 19. Tiie presitlentiat
train, bearing the jivesident an;"'
,'sid. tit. tiie c.abiTiet 21ml member.
coimnitie" ;iTip'inted bv the
if. .-it fend 11 'fn-ier::l of' (lv.
,-trriv- 1 ;t .T -v.-- t'ty ;:t '
The party w.as driven directly
Fifth Avenue hotel. Senator
was vith the p;trty.
- 1, .
ii:isi ':us wox't iti:si(;x.
Iliioi'il Lilhiokaluni l'r-eI to lii-iMg Sili!
A(;;lin-.t H-r 'al;:iL.;.
Sax Fraxi is'o. Feb. 19. A. i vices in
:!ie;ite tluit a contest between tht
H21v.-2ui.vn ministry and the crown is
inniiiTient. It luts alw2iys betn 21 pre
redent in ILawaii. 2t.s in other kingdoms,
for the ministry to resign a4: the de;ith
.f th.e me'.i.-ircl). but the ministry inti
mated to Queen Liliuokalani tli2it she
must not look for their resv-amtiotis
save bv the 2iction of tlv legislature. A
r-omiilicatii -n ensued, which h.as not
: en deci' .e J vel
The friend- of the
)uen nrg" her to broig :H-t ion ag.-unsi
e : is. rv l?-:-: 1 r"
) w'.iieh ev.-nc it is
!' s-:;ir. "n" coert.
i lwobable tiiat she
ii: be v:,hj
i-tic ' Ji;'1
Id in htr ctj'.ase. Chief
ch;!i:c-llor of the !:::i:r-
i t'll' resi:Tie(l
i" aeeessi. ill of
' ! ;;ec inside
1 ; ! ;::et posi-Ivsiial-:;!".-!.
's it tt-j- e'.-oier
T!n d'-al kiig"s will was tin.
folio, ving' tii arv:V2il ol ilir'
,.-;is Miorr 2in
b. v!'" v P
It r to Ja'i' )hmi.
deb's 21 11 piild'oi
. .:i i.-.tiir.-: wit:i ttie
";;'.;f :'!."i-..:oil. The
m;:u-' Th-- execnto:-
WV W IS 21 .",-e-.
; hers;'. Li:i.:o-
L.ni gets the crown 2ind crown lands.
Th"se 2i-r' estinnited ar nearlv ?l()('.0(tO !;
vear. but hovr much she will realize oi-;
iheiii is 2i qu --lion. It .-eeiilsth.-lt .1- lil(
le;ises to one piece or another expired
hey were ie.-ised smew to Kfqiiohini fo:
long terms of ye2irs. 2it si 21 yf2ir in mosl
c.i-es. The lands .are valuable, luiiny ot
them lying in and about the city. so that
while the laws prevented Kiihikau.-i t2ik
ing the le.ases himself, he liumaged it
through is wife.
Tiie Kansas Lymph.
Lvrt:nx''E. Kan.. Feb. 19. The vio
lators of the prohibitory law in this city
try every pian to cv.-i-.le detection, but
are seldom very successful. Christopher
Fiinger. on- of tiie most notorious
joint keepers, was arrested, and. upon
default of bonds, was committed to jail.
This is the second time he has lnen ar
rested, and the peindty is always
doubled. Hechiims not to sell intoxi
cant, but when the officers searched
ther found several cases of empty
I )ttlee and one cae of bottles filled
..ith something that several witnessr-s
st2itt in their afid2ivit.s is lHer. It w.as
descriljed on each lxttle bv a label.
"which reads as follows: "The S. E. P.
B. Health Invigorator. Sure cure for
ner-ons prostration, biliousness, indi
gestion, consumption, etc. Dose ac
cording to prescription. Manufactured
at Milwaukee. Wis.," Fringer's new con
sumptive cure h2is lnid a big run.
; Ii-i-ptlitiiig Our Ciirrenrv.
1 Washixistox. Feb. 19. Representa
I five Sweet of Idaho introduced a resolu
j tion 2iud preamble which sets forth that
, certiiin national banks are refusing to
j loan money excrpt npm contr;i'. t:'. paya
i blj iu gol.f. v. hicii tetidi to ui.-rredit the
j currency ih" country. Th - r -oln-1
! titm. th -i-i rore. i:.o . i les that stnv 1121- :
tiouai '021.1;; ;: . ..i,-pii:ig to dt-gni le iiie !
curroa'--,- ,.f vi..? ountry by b inu.ling j
other tlia'i !;". fal mouey tliiill forfeit
its charter. '
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher) prescription for Infanta
ami Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is n harmless KiibNtituto
for Pare";or"c Irops, Soothing Syrups, ami Castor Oil.
it is Pleasant. Its fjuarantco is thirty j-cars umo by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverishiiess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Iiarrhaa and Vind Colic. Castoria relieves
twetliing; troubles, cures -nislipatioii and flatulency
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tuo stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cos
toiia is the- Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told ine of iu
good effect upou Uieir childrtn."
Ph. G. C. Osoood,
Castoria la the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hopo the day iaiiot
far distant when mothers wHI consider the real
interest of their children, and use Caatoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Dk. J. F. Kiwohclob,
The Centaur Company, TT
J. I). GRAVES & CO.
DEALERS' IN PINE LUMBER,
SI UNCLES. LATH, SASII.
DOORS. IJLINDS.itud all builtluiK material
Call and sec us ait the
1 1th and Elm street,
fiiorth of MeisePs mill.
Plattsmouth if ursbrY .
JBuy your trees oftlio Hllome
Mursery where you can .select
yoair owns irees fSastt will be
privilege saasel SeBaelat- to
y&u. E Sasave sill the lesidlingr vl
raeties sii2l lisow better wEiaf
vsarietie will aIo Stere llmm
52f.p;esats rLai yoas sasa baay ns
Apple trees. :j years old -Annie
trees, 2 years old -
Cherry, early Richmond, late
Plum, Pottawattamie, Wild ijroose
Kaspberries, Greg-? Syler
Strawberries. Sharpless Crcsen
Concord vines, U years old -Moors
Early grapes. 2 years old -Currants,
Cherry Currants -Snyder
blackberries - -Industry
Gooseberry - s
Downing Gooseberries, 2 years old
noughton Gooseberries, 2 yean old -Asparagus
- - -
Rosses, red moss and white moss
Honey Suckle ' -Snow
Balls - - -
Lilacs - - - -
Evergreens, Norway spruce B. Fir
Nursery one-halt mile north oH
town, entl ot SDth Street.
Address all Orders to
PUIT1SM0UTR, - XEB.
CoBtorta Is so well adapted toctillilrra thasV
I recommend it an superior to any praacrlpMsm
known to uw."
IT. A. AnnnBR, M.
111 Bo. Oxford St., Urooklyn, V. X.
Our physicians iu thn children's drparfc
mi-nt have sioken lu'Khly of their sxpaciw
once In their outside practice with Castor,
and although we only uuve aiitonp our
medical supplies what is known as ragula
products, yet we are free to confess that I
merits of Castoria has won us to look '
furor upon It."
Umtkd Hospital ako Dispkmsaht.
JtiXEH C. Smith, Vr.t
Murray Street, New York City.
'25 2 00 1800
10 3 GO 2500
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