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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1891)
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(,'AUKV A CO-lIl'LETli LINE OP
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware Etc.
Having completely reclean id and renovated. We now
have as neat a hardware slock as can be found in Cast
County. We respectfully invite the public to call and
learn our method of doin business.
Hardware can be sold cheaper for cash than
on time and we are the people that propose
to do it
J. W. HENDEE & CO.
Everything to Furnish Four House.
HOUSE FURNITV1NG EMPORIUM.
Under Waterman's Opera House
V ean buy t hhn cheap for spot cash or can eeenre what you need to furnUh a cottage or'a
mansion on the INSTALLMENT I LAM.
STOVES, RANGES AND ALL FURNISHINCS.
Agent for the Celebrated "White Sewing Machine.
he largest and most complete Stock to select from in Cass County. Call and see me
Opera House Block
Insure your property against flro, lightning and
Tornado in the
AMAZON INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of Cincinnatti, Ohio.
G Commenced Business October
Stockholders individually liable, under the constitution of the State
of Ohio which together with the present net surplus is a net
ouarantee of about $700,000,00 to policy holders.
Losses paid in nineteen years, (since organization) nearly four millior
J. II. BEATTIE,
Wm. L. BROWNE, Resident
SO tSSCRi BE
TTIuTJE TLIEAJUHMR IPAffMEIHI IP
THE WEEKLY HERALD
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any two IPapeirs in itEae
Asent, Plattsmoutli Nebraska
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WKDNESD.VY, FEUItUAKY 25. 18:1
Tm tctions of the independent Btates-ini-n
in the Nebraska legislature, after
they hud made so many charges of bad
government from the stump and through
the columns of their subsidized organs
agninbt the republican party, is certainly
a surprise of an unpleasant kind lo their
zealous followers. More pernicious bills
and a gnater waste of time and money
has nev r been 8. en within the lepislatire
hulls of our fair state Some of the
nu a-ures proposed are so foolhardy tht
it seems the clerk would not have the
patience lo read them, much less take up
l he time of the legislators in discussion, j
As a fair sample of this independent
chuff we appeud the following, which
emanated from the mind of a brilliant
senator. The small sum of $25,000,000
is asked for to build u railroad in other
sta ts. An indebtedness of nearly $ 25
per head for every man. woman and
child in the state, created in one foul
sweep It is Senate File 29:
'Submitting to the electors of the stae
for rejection or approval an amendment
to section 1 of article 14 of the constitu
tion, authorizing th state to become in
debted in the sum of $25,000,000, to
build a railroad from a point within the
state of Nebraska, to a poiot on Lake
Michigan, and providing for a method
of voting on paid amendment."
The Nicaragua Canal is second in im
portance, of course, only to the Sue.
Canal among the great works of modern
times. The refusal of the United States
government to take charge of this work
under the administration of President
Cleveland caused a temporary suspension
of the enterprise. Thereupon, however,
a private company was organized, and in
another shape the United States govern
ment has again taken it up a shape in
which it is said that the constitutio !
ditficuliies in the way of the original
plan have been avoided. This matt r
has been in the hands of the Finance
Committee of the senate during this
session of congrt-Fs, of which Senator
Sherman is chairman, and this committee
has prepared a favorable report for an
appropriation to push the work to com
pletion. An explanation uf this report
and of the committee's reason therefor, j
as well as of the commercial importance j
of the canal itself, will b made in The ;
Forum for March, by Senator Sherman j
himself. He goes into detail in explain- j
in the fiu.sncial aspects of the plan, s J
well, of course, as its political Leafing. I
and thus at onc thrusts the subject for- !
ward as a matter of public concern. i
The March Cosmopolitan exhibits a j
table of contents made up to cover the j
wide possible tu-ld- The uiagaziua nj
edited upon the principle of giving j
sonic-thing lhat will interest every mem - j
ber of the family circle. the young j
woman as well as the philosopher, li
opens with an exquisite frontispiece, a
reproduction of a painting by Seifert of
Munich, purchased by the Cosmopolitan
f r use in this way. There is given first j
a light article treating of the French
stage and illustrated m a way tout jjtyes
an excellent idea of some noted French
beauties. Protestant Missions appeals t
all who contribute to the great works
performed in tne nanitf oi religion kim ;
obavUv nrtiilo in Tlaikpfcr America ia a!
chat ity, while in Lraike&t America is a
concise discussion of the Indian question '
with a great variety c-f pertinent illus- !
" i . !
tralions. Mrs. Van lienssalaer (.ruj:r j
writes of the slovenly dressing of Amtri- j
cans, and no one is better qualified to le- j
view the subject thoroughly. A depart- j
., iw, m,rii7ini wnilr i the Ion it cv met- .
ure in magazine woik is tne longexptci- j
m - f 1- .1
ed autobiography of Frederic V iluors,
the famous war correspondent. Villiers i
writes as well as he illustrator! and ins
"Story, of a War-Correspondent's Life"
is as entertainingly written as it is skill
fully illustrated by this prince of news
paper correspondents and artists. A j
striking short Story ot thrilling adveu-
. . .-.T
fore, "How 1 Shot M)' r inrt Elephant,
bv MacMabon Cballinor, and "Iybor
Unlons and Strikes in Ancient Home," an
illnafratpd Mitielf. hT I)r G A Danziuer
lllUStratea alticie PJ ur. U. A. uanziKer,
are among the best things in the March
Cosmopolitan. The regular deparl roents
of Current Events and Social Problems,
by Marat LTalstead and Edward Everett
Hale, respectively, are as usual, main
tained with-the accustomect wisdom and
ability expected of tbeM two well known
nent fentutl-. ue
Mathews treat of
"C"tHin R Dt Voluint-B f Verse'
j the March number. (Cosmopolitan Put
' lishtnjj Co., Madison Square, New Yoik,
con a npv.)
A LUCKY NEBRASKA GIRL.
Tii coi.ipc tition for the free college
education prizes, off. red a year :P to
the girls securing the most sul ser pt ns
to the Ladies' Home Journal, has just
closed, and Miss Elizabeth C, Morrell,
of Omaha, Nebra-ka, is announced as
winner of the second priz'. Miss Mor
rell will have all her expenses paid for a
year at any American college she chooses.
We deireto say to our citizens, that f
years we have been selling Dr. "King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New
Life ITU. liiieklen'n Ainita alve and Klectric
Hitters, and have never handled remedies that
sell as wll, oijtliat fcliave given such universal
satisfaction, wo do not hesitate to guarantee
them every time, and'we staiid ready to refund
the purchase price, if satisfactory resu'ts do
uot follow their use. The remedies have won
their great opularity purely on their merits.
F. G. Fricke & Co.. Diuggii'ts.
The best and surest dye to olor the
beard brown or black, as may be desired
I Buckingham's Dye for the Whifkcrs.
t neyer fails.
A Safe Investment-
Is oe wh ch is guareuteed to bring you satin
factory results, or intense of failure a return of
purchase price. On this safe plan you ca& buy
from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr.
KIiik's New Discovery for 'ontumption. It is
guaranteed t bring relief in every case, when
used for any affection of Throat, Lungs or
Cheo t, such a Con-umption, Inflammation of
Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whoopii g Cough,
Croup, etc. It ib plea'antfland agreeable to
atte, perfectly safe, and can always be de
pended upon. Trial bottles free t F. G
Fricke &Co"s Drug Store.
Cannot become healthy food simply by
the process of death.
owe i to themselves "and society to
In swine raiding that will promote the
public health. Hogs should be fed, .
Dr. Jos. Haas'
HOG and POULTRY REMEDY
The only reliable medicine for swine.
Used successfully for fourteen years
Arrests Disease, stops Cough,
Increases the Flesh.
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co
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are ' I : O'l r i ' '
(.; jiu'ku large-
r. 'Vrir- r.r testimonial
,i Hi -page p imphlet on
iiiaiifl fori. 2 cent stamps
s-iine will I
l.y miil re reive jrou:pt attention.
MX. il V.VS. fit lianapolis
Ei MURDS & ROOT
Tne pioneer merchants of
Cany a full stock of general
mere ImukIisv- whit li theysell very
( lose. Highest price paid for
all kinds of fjirui peudoce. (Jen
erous treatrm ntand f'.iir dealing
isithe secret of u l success.
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Don't Be Duped
Th,re have lately beenplaced upon the market
several cheap reprints of an obsolete edition of
- Web3ter's DioUonary." They are being offered
at a low price
dry gooli dealers, Brocer," clothiers, etc., and in
a instances as a premium for nubseriptioo
'XSSuncements of these comp.rativeiy
r,prjnts are very misleadinjr; for instance, they
are advertised to be the substantial equivalent
f)f Mjn eignt to tweve dollar book," when iu
reality rrom a to i. tney are an
phototype copies of a book or over forty yearn
;o, which in itn day was sold for about $S.0O, and
which wan much superior in paper, print, and
bindine to these imitations, being then the best
Dictionary of the time instead of one
Long Since Obsolete.
The siiDotement of 10.000 so-eal led "new words,"
which some of these hooks are advertised to oon-
tain, w9 compiled by a gentleman who has been
dead over thirty years, and was published be
fore his death. Other additions are probably
reprints of a like character.
The Genuine Kdtf iob of Webster Coa-
familiar to this generation, contains over 2noo
..:, illustrations on nearly every pa.
and bears our imprint on me imc psc- k ,B
protected by copyright from cheap imitation.
pense published a thoroughly revised successor,
the name of which is Webster's IrzairATiOMAi
Sold by all Booksellers. Illustrated pamphlet free.'
6. & C. MERRIAH & CO.,
Springrfleld, Mass.; U.S. A.
vaiuaoie aa iiii.i iim k mrc .
m VI L-J m U II UJU ti 1 II sO 11 J If
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And a Woman may WcrK all day,
ButLulierJ STA(tup comes into her nouse
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THE BONNER STABLES
W. D. JONES. Proprietor.
HAS THE FINEST RIGS 11$
Carriages for IMcasure anil Nhort Drivo Always
Cor. 4th and Vine
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Faints, and Oils.
DSUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Cnrcfully Compounded at nil Hours
!Leave your orders
the HERAIjD for
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can I".; recorded and eacli item, as onsecntivelj dated, will take it
'place at the iront" and stare you in the t'ace until such item shall
have attention. At the time of writing letters relative to important
matters, dates can be lixed when thes matters will come up again
should such letters receive no reply.
Especially adapted to recording tor future attention euch mat
ters as appointments, Payment of Life Insurance Premiums, Henewa!
of Fire Insurance. Special collections, Promises to pay, Dr. oA Cr.,
Pavmett of taxes, Dates set tor nit. Expiration of time toi appeal,
Uueiness men wlio.see these tiles, as a rule, buy them.
Price, with ink wells and full supply of memorat dtim cards
Parties dosirin: glass ink wells will do well to write us.
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MANUFACTUEEES AND GENERAL AGENTS.
10 N Y. Lit Building. Omaha
I THE POOITIVE CURE.- I
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