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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1891)
POF. SSIO vAU CARDS.
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WW. LIVINGSTON & CUMMINS
Physic ess ififl Sipiis
Otnce No. 612. Main St.
At4Mllcnc' T-l-il;i)in !r. I.lvlnjr-lii. 4:,
Iter i (if hit 'l li-ihnt 1 ir. t "1111111. ui'.
JlVIb EX.;i.NKi:i::.ii.t sri;YKYni:
E. E. HILTON.
JSsiiuatB ;u.il ii tin f wik furnished :md
Oilicu in M.utin IJIock.
All orders left with County Clerk will
t:ceive prompt nttention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
AW O .'KICK
Wm. L. BROWN.
Personal attention to ail bnviness entrusted
to mv aunt
XOTAKY In tir-U'.K
Titles cxBiiiiiiftl. Abstract! compiled, Iiifui
mM wrlllfii. rf-nl ft;lT xolil.
"Better fatrili lift Ir making Kami Loans than
ANY OTIIEU AGENCY
PLATTSMOC 111 .NKIJHASKA
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will give prompt attention
to all iueinrr entriiMlril to liiui. Olllce iu
Union block. Eaet Side. 1'iattf mouth. Jieb.
jTTOKNEY A UW.
WINDHAM & DAV1ES.
R. B- WINDHAM. JOHN A. OAVIES.
Notary Public Notary Public
Office over ISank of Cass County.
n&ttsmoutn .... Nebrasbb
E&aafc of Cass Co naty
Cor Main and Fifth street.
Paid up capital
O. II. Parnate
J. M. Patterson
T. M. Patterson.
A. B. Smith. K. B. Windham. B. 3. Kaiueey and
OENESAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANS A TED
Accounts solicited. Interest allowed on time
4eosits and prompt attenttonglren to all bus-
i entrusted to us care.
PLATTSMOCXU - NEBRASKA
Cj tial sUck paid In $80 0 0
Authorized Capital, $100,000. .
rUAKK CARRUTH. J08.
A. CON NO K,
W. H. CU8HINQ.
rrank Carrutb J. A. Connor. F. R. Guthmann
J. W. Johnson. Henry Boeck, John O'Keefo
W. D. Merriam, Wm. Wetencamp, W.
" H. Gushing.
TfiAKSACTSIA GENERAL BAMTNG BUSfflES
sues certificates of deposits bearing Interest
Buys and sells exchange, county and
Paid up capital .
Offers the very best facilities for the promp'
transaction of litMtiniate
8t n"7 rr.ment p.r.d local ee-
cur;.l s ,ii i t. n4 It-;-i?u3 ifiv-i
ana m:-r.st :illrwnl f.iv tlie certifica'es
DT?ts finiT. ii. ;ivuil:iMe in any part of the
United Stilus and all tl-.e principal towns of
OOU.F.CTION8 MADE AND TKOMITLY REMIT-
. Highest mfirket prfoe p:id fnr County War
rants. Stats sun County bonds.
John Fitzgerald D. Hawkowortb
Sam Waugli. F. E. White
:eorRe E. Iovy
John FitzRrr:j. S. Wangb.
PERKINS - HOUSE,
117, 219, 221 and 223 Main St.,
lattsmouth, - Nebraska.
EL M. B0NS. Proprwtor.
lb Perkins has been thoroughly
renoytted from top to bottom and is
dott oqo of t beat hotel in th state
Bmrdrs will bo take by the week al
f 1.50 and op.
GOOD BAH CORRECTED
r. iivn ta'n Loral rth llr for ihf I'nlnlrM
Xtrartii u tfi irt-th iu llnsritj. Ofllrr Kock wiiud
.AS I.DlXiK. l. 1 Hi I . O. f. n.e.-ts . V-
-ry luepilay nilit at their hall in Htzuerald
)li.ck. All ld l-elli'Wf are rmdialiy invited
" aitfiiil Mlieii vltitl'K In e'ly.
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Ni,. J7 Jh-i tr fvi'iy w enrei-i!y ev-iiiiiB
j r ); r li II ! ' e k a n bi'i k. All vlilini
kni;lili ,:-nli i ly i"V led to a!tei 1, C. A.
iMii shall. C. '. ; l"i.n k Mx. ti. K. K S.
i::f. MIN'S II M VI I -N .-t-CIATlON
v ;iln. :in l,io. k MjiIii MP el. homi s
i.imi (r in VAt a in to !' :() i : I or men on y
losi t-l ini'el U4 eveiy ; i.irCay :.l!ci lie on ;it 1
MfCoi.iilliie I'i h, .Nil 4.ri. iin-ets -very .aUir- j
lay evenii j: al 7 :::o. in tin Ir hall, l.'ockwood
iiiock. il . vi-iiin c(ii;iai:ts aie invited to
.i(V-t w;tli ii.
(J. 1". Nile., post Adj..
F. A. Tales, l'od Com,
Wf lit ed An active, iclii lie III n--salary S7
to fSO III. ntli y. illi u.eit ave. io im. eceni
in U f own ffi'tiou a r s onsihli- ew Y iK
IIlIe. l f ier.e .s. jiaj L'K." n I'ltl-.i:, l.j-h
Itox J6x5, New Ymk.
Our Clubbing List.
Olobe-Peinoerii". and IIkhai 1. ,
Iiirper's Magazine u '
Harper's Ilaznr 44
Dfiuoriht'a Jlttfiazine 44
Omaha Bee "
National Tribune 44 44
The Forum ' "
Inter Ocean 4 . .
Lincoln Journal 44 44
The Home Ma"azino 44 "
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CLARK'S HOG REMEDY
Clark's l'oultry Kemedy.
BEST IN THE WORKD.
For sale by
0, II. SAYDEIt,
DruSgist, Plattsmoutb, Neb.
IBB figure o.M
'A flcoi 0 In our dates w'H make a isng staje
Jo man or woman now living will ever date .
loonment without using the figure 0. It stands
a the third place in 1890, where it will remain ten
years and then move up to bccoud place in 190Q
(here it will rest for one hundred years.
There Is another "9" which has also come to stay.
1 1 is unlike the figure 9 in our dates in the respect
hat It kas already moved up to first place, where
t will permanently remain. It is called the "No
i" High Arm Wneeler A Wilson Sewing Machine.
The "No. 9" was endorsed for nrst plaoo by thi
rperts of Europe at the ParU Exposition of lKf.
.-here, after a severe contest with the leading ma
;iiines of the world, it was awarded the oclv
Orand Prize given to family sewine machines, r.ll
others on exhibit haring received lower awards
jf gold medals, etc The French Government
llso reooeniacd itssuneriority by the decoration of
Mr. Nathaniel V.'necler, President of the company.
with the Cros of the Legion of Honor.
The "No. 9" is not an old machine improved
apon, but is an entirely new machine, and Che
Grand Prize atf'3-is was awarded it as the grand
est advance in sewing maculae mechanism of tho
Vie. Those who buy it can rest assured, there.
I re, of baring the very latest aud best.
C7HEELER & WILSON 3-rFG CO.,
1BZ- and IS? Wababh I vc. ChicagtJ.
Will jou suffer with dvsprpsia and
liver complaint? Sbilch's vitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F
O Fricke an O. H. Snyder.
The Secret of Success.
F. O. Fiicke & Co., druggists, believe
that the secret of success lies in perse
verance. Therefore they persist in keep
ing the finest line of perfumeries, toilet
articles, cosmetics, drugs and chemicals
on the market. They especially invite
all persons who have palpitation, short
breath, weak or hungry spells, pain in
side or shoulder, oppression, oieht mare.
dry congh, smothering, dropsy or heart
disease to try Dr. Miles' unequaled New
Heart Cure, before it is too late. It has
the largest sale of any similar remedy.
Fine book of testimonials free. Dr.
Miles Restorative Nervine is unsurpassed
for sleeplessness, headache, fits, etc, and
FLOWERS BRING MONEY.
HEF.E IS AN INDUSTRY WORTH WHILE
FOR WOMEN TO PURSUE.
A Y "HK WmsIiIiiIoii funun Trll About
llf r SurccHH in Cultivating Itonea and
ViolrfH They Ili-iinirn I.lltl Labor
ami t'.riii Ijime ICeturiiH.
"M i-.vcr ruliurc in ;i f-innll way ran be
LI.kIc lo pay i-vi-ii by ;m .ainatcnr who
i . t piirsu.; it i.i :i painstakiii. and
n 1 :t yuan:,' woman.
-years i;( i bon-ht a little farm
A;:;:v !. ti.i, r-M I it Ilos. Acros,'
-d i.i j.i--r,i,y for ::::iii;-m..'iits
it'i a f-'v v... 1m, tin.l soni :
.:;:::.;. I I v. ft r.v-:-; 1 mi ly. ami
1 r... -I ir in t !v:a was .'i-ll
i I y ii:.' pl.vi it. but ai'ler a
I f;;::i-l 1'iat it v;mM pro.ltue
a!. ). .'') I pl:i:itfl more a;nl
vritl! ::t ;:- ':. t I !::tv? between
:::: 1 i r.;.- ' i-; :il r.').;; lia-lii-s ol
a.T tuM ilif; tin; otii-v day 1 iiat my j-i.i-w--.i
of hyl ritl in'rpittials is )ro!)ably
'. ia '..S in th'.waitnt.'y. O.i t!n; 1 iy
1' ky D ((;:.: ion D ay I pic'.ce 1 an I sold
) !; .- i ;.).:! ia v ir.r.i lilac'".
"I :nu er.trava..inlly foa-l of rosts,
Irat vi'. -t .ir ; tuor.i pr-ilitablu. On tlie
lay bt'fo-. C'iristmaa I pickol and nold
:V?oO violet ; ;it two cents anieco; that is
:.v'.; v.o:-L:i. Taey woro worth the hi h-e.-l
prhr th -a, bar, th'y mwr brin: b.-.-.s
ia :a oa-j cj;it a)ec.'. To r.usj ta-ai is
liave '.i-20 ,'la.ss sashes ua
vi ;lei.; Woaai all viat;-r
oar. la -aav 1 have a, lot of fresli
ground plowed raid pr.'p ircd, and in it 1
plant all my violets. ta!ct-n from beneath
tli-a rx-shea for tho inrpwf. Then I sim
ply ta!:e up the s:i;!e. and cover tho
ii'jwly planted violets with them and
the work is done. Ia October they bo
Kia lo bloom, and ontinn 3 all through
the wii.ti'r, so that 1 can pick tliem every
daj and a nd tho llovt. rs to market.
ALWAYS A MARKET.
All of my violet plants come from one
little; pot that I bought at the Center
ta.uket llvo years a;j:o. Th'y aro mad'
to multiply by dividing the roots, so
thai- a sialo plant taken np in the spring
will snpply a score or more. I sell my
ilowcra by sending them to the florists
in Washington or very often in New
York. Prices aro higher in New York,
ko that it usually pa-s to express
'There is always a market for flowers
-ad thc-rj never any difficulty in dis
posing of them. Any florist is glad to
buy thorn if lh:'y are good ones and in
cc.ndition. Those which I send
.. V l i
v.-v luin iviu ueiive. jii eany ine
;:ext morning, i cxpressc-d some thith
er originally on speculation and I got
im; e-diate replies praising their quality
and asking for more. Tho violets must
bo picked alw3rs in the afternoon, be
cause otherwise they lose their perfume.
Then they mast be brought into town
iu tha evening for shipment.
"My greatest success is with sweet
pe.use, which most people do not get
along very well with in this latitude. I
get the very finest possible seed to begin
with. From June to August I pick
very nearly 4,000 sweet pea blossoms
daily, and they sell for fifty cents a hun
dred, so that they aro really the most
profitable of my flowers. They require
but little care. I plant the seeds in the
spring in open ground, about four inches
deep, and as the plants grow the earth is
kept hilled up arouud them. Then posts
aro stuck in along the rows with strings
arranged so that the vines are trained
upon thom. I had one-sixteenth of an
acre set out with sweet pe;isef and it
brought in a clear $200 from the sale of
"A nether flower I am ver3' successful
with is the single dahlia, which is very
much handsomer tha:a tho double
dahlia, you kuow. I plant the bulbs,
which I propagate myself, the last of
May, and the plants begin to flower
about tho last of August, keeping on
until frost. I manage to keep them go
ing for some time later than would
otherwise be possible by lighting fires
on cold nights at the ends of the rows.
In this way I get them over the first
frosty spell, after which there is usually
a season of quite warm weather, so that
frequently my dahlias are blooming
beautifully up to the end of November.
I try to make the flowers I grow alter
nate, so that when one aort stops bloom
ing another begins. My violets are
flowering from tlie last of September to
the end of April; then come the roses
tTirough the summer, and the sweet pease,
with dahlias in the fall and violets again
until spring. You can perceive that my
wny or growing ir wer- uoes not imh"
necessary any large investment in green
houses or otherwise. Of course thero aro
some expenses. I have two men to
help me, though one of them I should
hp.ve to keep anyway for other purposes.
There is a great deal iu the proper pack
ing of flowers for market.
"For example, violets must be placed
in bunches in pasteboard boxes, with
waxed paper folded loosely around them.
They must not be touched with water,
because to do so will take away their
sweetness. I consider my own flower
growing enterprise as only begun thus
far; some day I hope to become a mill
ionaire by selling violets and sweet pease.
At all events there is money in the busi
ness, properly pursued, and more women
ought to go into it." Washington Star.
Can This Be So?
"Nothing wearies a railroad traveler
more than a straight track," says an old
railroad man. "Any road with fifty
miles of straight track would be shunned
for one with three or four curves in that
distance. I know legions of people who
put themselves out to go by roads which
wind ani carve and give a new bit of
scenery every few minutes." Detroit
It is a fact not generally known that
Missouri furnishes better cavalry horses
than any other state in the Union. The
Missouri horse is sturdy and bhort back
ed, and is now much in demand by cav
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
No Humbug, No Closing
UDont miss this great opportunity, you will
never be able to buy cheaper in your life.
(Call and see what D0IB will do for you.
lormer price 15.00 now 11.00
former price 18.00 now 12-50
former price 22.00 now 14.00
The best $1.0 overalls at $5c, Shirts Socks
Underwear, etc., at astonishing slaughtering prices
It will pay you to come a hundred miles and bor
row the money to lay in your supply. It will
pay you big interest.
We Have The
CDpera EKouse (Corner
MUST BE CLOSEST OUI
ON ACCOUNT OF
- Out Sale, No Advertising Scheme, But Closing
Out to Quit Business.
G.00 now 4.50
7.00 now 5.00
S.00 now G.5
10.00 now 7-00
12-00 now S.00
Largest Stock in
former price 1 00 now 50c
former price 1 50 now 1 00
former price 2 50 now 1 50
former price 3 00 dow 2 00
former price 4 00 now2 75
for men, youths
and boys at be-
and boys suits at your own prices.
contains no opiates. 5
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