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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1891)
I W HhlNDEE & CO
Sucft Hsor to U. V. M thews.)
CAIiltV A t.Ml'l,ETl'. USE 01''
Hardware, Stovas, Tinware Etc.
Having completely reelcan .mI and renovated. AVe now
kavc a -4 neat a hardware stock as can be found in Cass
County. We respect fully invito the public to call and
learn our method of doinir business.
Hardware can bo sold cheaper for cash than
on -time and we are the people that propose
to do it
J. W. HENDEE & CO.
Everything to Furnish Your IIouso.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Under Waterman's Opera House
Toa can luy of him cheap for cpot cash or can eecnrr what you need to turnUti a cottar U
maiixion on the INSTALLMENT PLAN.
STOVES, RANGES AND ALL FURNISHING.
Ajrent tor the Celebrated White Sewing Machine.
1 he largest and mott roinolete Stock to select from in Cass County. Call and see me
pcra House Block I. PEAItLMAlV.
TheBestis the Cheapest
That is Why Fred Corder niter la years of experience as the most successful
Agricultural imidenient deab-r in the county has .-elected the following iniple
uients which he carries ami heartily recomtnonds to his friends and patrons.
ZZZotclium. Molino and Scliutlor
Eradloy, 2?3ru, axift Dare
LISTERS and PLOWS
NEW DEPARTURE TONGUELES CULTIVA
tor, which is Absolutely the bestriding
WEIRS AND BRADLEY STALKCUTTER.
DEERE, FARMERS FRIEND AND H A
worth Cheekrowers and Planters
Hamlles the titu-stot Ibiiririe. I'liu-toiis, Carts, Spriiif Wagons, and
('arriaie.s ami other vehicles that are manufacture"!.
Did Yoq Scv tqiqGss?
Thf largest line in Cass County, of double and .single harness at
prices so low that it will pay you to come i0 miles and inspect stuck
Wore purchasing elsewhere. DAVID MILLER an experienced
workman has charge ot our harness shop.
GXiXDDEIT BAHE WIRE
Iy the One llundrel jiotinds. or car load
FMattsmouth and Weeping Water
I THE POSITIVE CURE.
j SLY BROTHERS, M Warren
B, Nrsr Tort Price 80 rU
Platlsmoulli lailv Herald
K NOTTS BROS. Publisher s
I'uliiiHiitt I i-n-i'v V-r-l.i. .iii'i "Lilly 'vnj
It v''''l-"l at tin- n.iltviiiiiitli. NVI. ii.t
iili:ffir tr i!h:mUvhi tlirunzli IJh- I'.-S. mails
it -tMml cl.if ral-
Wire corner Vine .let Kift li ! rert.i.
TKKI Kelt WKHKI.Y.
' ue copy, our e;tr. in ailvanre .... . W
Hue copy, m y-ai n-l in aiv;'.ure .. . 'JSK
'Ine copy, six luoridif. in a-T ance 75
One c py. three nili-. in advance .. 4"
THK.MM K ill 1 A I t.
1) ie cop one y-'.n In :iilv ?' 00
One ropy T cek . Iy c.ri'er I ft
line copy, per iii. Hit n W.'
I KM DA V, M AK'CII lit. lsui
Till-: snow storm in tin west of
Kiii;laiil not only stopped the rail
ways I 1 1 1 blockaded tile wa'on
Ksi i;k still h ads in the California
senatorial con -s , wi t h DeYouiij a
Till-: worst storm of t he year st rucls
ICnland jesterday. destroying
iiiiiiiv vessels and doiili;" reat dain
ai;e aloni;- the -oast
Til!". Kan.-as le-;;i-' lal u re has ad
journed, while the dear p-ople of
Nebraska must suffer for two weeks
Till-: democrats held a slate con
vention in New 1 la 1 1 : psh i re yester
lav. Thev must !) iel 1 ; 1 1 ; i- -a 1 - i
for a cool campaign ii amon tin
Till: Nebraska Independents that
wore organized to perform wonders
have took a hand at everything of
l established nature excejit to
amend the Lord's prayer anil repeal
the ten commandments, and in all
their wild visions of upheaval, they
thus far have nccompl ished noth-
ino" except li deju'eciate by their
threats "aaid actions the values of
half the property'- interestsof the
Til i: house lias passed a bill ap
proprialiiii; irlliii.fKIO for a N braska
blow-out at C'hicino in 'Kt. The
bulk of this sum will be lost or
frittered away without beiuiit t i ii-
the state to the amount of a ivtinv.
faxes an- already loo hiii'li, without
mereasmv; tin-tn i tooim;r away
peojile's money iusdiy ai el l isiu-
Till-: flopif the two independent
ciiators to Palmer in Illinois has
made wide breaches in the lines of
the.new organization. The "Hop
pers" are roundly abused by their
party associates of fariner-republi-ca:i
proclivities. Served you rijjfht.
i;"eutleiiieii, this ihini of orettintr up
a party to reform the earth wont
work. If you want a pure, clean ad
ministration of affairs, vote for re
publicans of known character and
tin desired end will be accomplish
ed. This wanderini;-after stranie
t;"o ds to deliver the people from
bondage is a farce and failure as
has been shown by centuries of
Willi r If''- demo, rat - ;:d.ila!
iiiLJ with ii"i'i-it joy over the election
of ("icneral J'almer to the l'nitel
States Senate, we are inclined to
take a little comfort too, seeing" that
Calmer was one of the fathers of
the republican party, and was there
at its birth. And knowing too. that
the old man did not desert the party
until it was strong enough to o-o
alone; in fact he was one of us until
he ot childish from old Jiire.
Wherefore, we are constrained to
remark that Palmer ouijfht to be
honored like Thayer for the jfood
he has done. The simple fact that
the old man is a littleolTnowshould
not be charged against him. We
sav, hurrah for I'almer!
(ij to JOE nd lay in your supply for
next yt-HT. It will pty you frood inter
est t the prices he is closing out his
Now is your chance and such a
chance you will have but once in a
lifetime, to buy clothine:, furnishing
o-oods. hats. etc.. at slauiiliterino;
juices at JOE'S. The entire stock
must be sold out as quick as possible
A tine worsted men's suit, former
price $18 now $12.30 at Joe's tf
Von cannot form an idea what it
is to sell clothinuf, etc.. at and below
cost until vim look through JOK'S
stock. " tf
A o-eii nine Stetson $4 hat at $2.7.1
at J t )!:.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Dkst Sai.ve in the world tor Cutr
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum. Fever
Soros, Tetter, Chapped llauds, Chilblains.
Corns, and all Skin Eruption?, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no piy n-qnired. i
It is Uir;inted to eive st:tHeiion, or
money refunded. Price 2a cents per box.
For sle bj F. G. Frickc & Co.
AATIO, AND COLD
A Trrlh1 Plcfnre of the rrlvKtloim of
I'rrm hi I'm Fourth Uxprilit ion.
In The Cent tiry is printed ;i posthum
ous .'ici'oiiiit by :i survivor of the fourth
r;;, f. li'i, . tj ()f (Jen. T't- 11' I1 f . Tip" seene
i- in 1 ti i.rY"-!!:..' I -f 1 1 1 I T i . . I
1 1 -'-' T': . i.t' :. ?i:.v.j:'i!i Me-
i i . of M i : i :.i , i 'i:i !:-(;! - t he
' " ' . f tit-- '. 1 ;t; i ;. ni and:-:
' .'n iir.ii r went 1 1 t in. .re nb-
.'." lii 1 to cru'i iiiut . ; 1 i : i- ; 1 1 1 i -s
I j -) t iii.! y i ! I-. . ry li iri'l as we
i r!::.i liv v i 'i r at i n 1 t t hv.Mrt
. . .; : l ! a . .
'r.. ! iliHi -u'.
.i : "i; ' V. i.
s . .: .M IV.
wa-. idil addiiii;
Abo?:! oin- third
' a': i m
...llie of llie
' h, and ev.-ry
ie out Iroui
a ! ia:i m.
a.- ! : . l :a 1
.-.-m-! I' 1 1- t :' i-mjit to
r i-i, , we r. !ie;t nil o.ir c. ilir.-',
i Mil eit i . ! 1 1 -1 1 i f i ;: i v:: luf. "
. 1 ' iiiii" l.'ii-u ( IV sent ahead to
r'.-ii": :' .; .:,:'.'. return.-! statinj;
ti. i ; a :.; .--a re I iu tin- iii-l.me- !-
f. set hera: I ii-y supposed thjit th" snow
..is i : : lC . 1 . i I Hl eiiiaiiiL," lip wiiat
t'ley - :i.v p.- ive 1 So lr- the p-p-inf hilshcs
i i'eet. iii .r. j'-et i i ii; .iloe the stiovv;
i:or di'l Jinyt iii .; .-iteie.ir upon wliieh the
ai.iin.-ds eonld stili !. The curn we had
p.-ric o ;.loi'; for I'm ai was already eo!i
siuned. Siinetiines we would "attempt
lo ii!o e on, and tin severity of the
weather would foive us hacli' nuo camp.
In one of t h .-.( a I ; '-m ;,i s. bei': re wo could
In-at our way I.al!" a laile against tlie
teinpe-t. our fjside. Old Hill William
was nearly I'iv'-m: he dropped down
njie:i his i!!i:!e in a :.t w r.-iud was nearly
a le- wV.eti wi'pii into camp.
A ii i : nl e i- f t he ni'-a '-.ii:ie in with
their iioe.., e.ii.--, faces, (infers and feet
partly frozen, and one or two of tin
n ul es dropped down and froze to death
unlcr their packs, l'oor mules! It was
pitiable to see tlieni. They would roam
.-bout all ni;;ht, generally, on aeeount of
t Licir e.vti eiii" wt akness, following back
t 'n ' Ti mT 1
u'' v! '.I d;:v, i ivinf in
the snow three or four feel deep for so I in.
sia of vietation to keep them alive.
They would fall down every fifty yard
under tlu ir packs, ami we would hav
to r.ini tclc tiiem and lift them up, and
that with finex-rs frozen and lacerated
by the cold.
Finally they bean eating t ho ropes
aad rawhide lari.it.s wiili "whieh thev
wer" tied until there we're no more left
iu camp to tie th eiu with; then the- ate
the blankets which v.-e ti.-d over tlleiliat
Li'-jbt: then iii ,-y c.iiae into camp and ate
liic pads an d ri-r:;ii'i;; oil" the aek sad
dles ;in l a!e o-;e another's manes and
t '.i. e,jt treiv ti.t.- , even into tin 1! -.-li.
and w i:M eon: to us while slee;,in.L;
at:-! b.y.iu to eai th - blankets hu us:
1 hey would even tumble into uiir fires,
ov v the' ct.o';i:! utensils. lJut. pool
ihiii-rs. little relief could we afford t h'-m.
lor. .'iltliui!'.;'li thev suf:'ered mueh, we
I'riini T;.iiV ti Nrrlir.
Tiie in cktie, now b. eine a purely or
namental detail of dress, was originally
!! It was intended to protect th
throat. Its hi -toi-y iiiay bo traeedl'roni
Iheiiaie of tie- Stuarts in En;;land, when
i :.:'v 'i-i- ru'f-. wl.'i' h s' I'vnl as neek
;;:il en'!:.!-.-, ".-ere w ru.
Later neckcloilis or cravats were
ao ijited. and no doubt were a welcome
el: m' from the stilt", uncomfortable
rst.r. They wen.' of lirussels or Flanders
!; . tied in a knot under the chin, tin
ee "! heir:--: allev.-.-l to iiang spiare.
iii 1;: n-r th -y were worsi mueh longer,
l ". ei' h. !.;.; .; 1 through t he but-
t-.o in '..-s iii.- v"ai.-lcoat.
The lac" neckcloth was succeeded by
-; !' r;;:i'!:r;'- 1 Is, but was reintro
ii . e l in tj.i.'en Amie's reijju, and did
: ;jo out of u-e etitircly until about
I . . . iie ii bio.i i iik ri'oiion. ti-.-d in
a re 1 i .v in f ri was w. irn . ;?:d thi.
i i i.a a was i .iiowed i- wiiite eambrie
; be.-ki.-d i!i t'.;e back, and bv mus-
ii.i cravats, which were lied in front in
v.. i iuinic-.v-e bow.
iu ti:-- early i:irl ;' hi e-.-nt ury the
s ' V li.ieii i( ;Ia;" n:i I ! ,-'" to !.e vvofi.
l r,v;: y,.:,;,.,- if.. I-.-li
j- ;: tiel in a faneifui 'now iu
.'..i--,t t,- ? c:-;v;',ti were l-i-sde very
widi- in t...' oe;e--;- ;;n t.ij- -red oil to
v':.rd i!:eeaii.-. Tiitrly year.-. at;o stwclrs
a:;d eravai. ie;an to disappear, and
sc.rt's bean to take their place. From
thfje M-arf.-. .;v::d:':;:11y jcrow in:; smaller,
w:is developed the modern neat necktie.
Suier.'titiiis About I-CH.
Iii ohleii limes, in the French rural
districts, the parish priest would, very
early on th-- la-.-ter inorninir. visit from
hu;se to lions -. arid bless each in turn,
la payment l'-ir his vi.-.it and blessinr
always received e:r-.'s. sin 1 .sometimes it
was a serious ipie'iion how to disposi; of
so la-Lre a nmaber. Among th French
royalty, hi a similar period, baket5
trimmed with :;!', ea h aves ami tilled
with iroilen e$r.-Cs. alter the celebration
of hirh inn, on l. i--; er rnorTnnvr. were
brought into kind's cabin -t ,,:id di.--tributed
to the court by il.e cliaplain.
Indeed it w;:s an artii le of faith in Nor
mandy that wiien the church hells ush
ered in the Faster morn, angels descended
to the li mie where little children dwelt,
and left eggs as an assurance of their
visit. Emma J. Gray in .Good House
keeping. A I'retty Table .Scarf.
A ver, pretty scarf for table or dresser
ciime to my notice lately. Lineu of
rather fine quality was hemstitched on
ends and sides, and ijronped in twos and
threes with some single flowers were
dogwood blossoms without foliage. The
edge of each petal was outlined in white
silk and then closely darned across the
;.-;me s'.iic. si single tareaa or nlonor-s
being u.-ed for the darning and two for
the oailin-. The lin.-s of darnin- were I
as close to-ether as could be made and i
the stiteii was taken as short as possible '
on the wrong side and .mite long on the j
n ;','t. so aa alim-t solid ik flower in
api ;!ran' e vas the r -nit wnen tmish'-d,
which was extremely jiretty. Ya-hiiiM
pl MIA LL A
It "NI II l H -
NKJPa i kbmk 6o. Chicago.
A5K YOUR GROCER FUR IT "
THE BONNER STABLES.
W. D. JONES. Proprietor.
HAS THE FINEST RIGS IN
Carriiios lor Pleasure mill Short Jh'ive.s Always
(or. 4th and Vine
F ( ; 1 fiiiji: Co
WILL KKEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescript ions Carefully Com pounded at all Hours
THE OLD RELIABLE.
a. A. WATERMAN k m
PI LUMBER !
Shingles, Lath. Siish,
Uau supply everw demand ot the city.
Call ami uet terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
Constantly keeps on hand everything
vou need to furnish your house.
COKXEU SIXTH AN1 MAIS STKKKT
Plattsmout - Neb
Wagon and Blaeksmitli shop
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and
plow Repairing dont
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
He uss tbe
Which is the best horseshoe for the
farmer, or for fa?t driving, or for city
purposes ever invented. It is so made
th?lt nyone cr.n put op sharp or flat
corns, us neeuea tor wet ana slippery
',:iJe- or smooth, dry road?. Call at
fcb,,P examine the nevekslif
n' J'-" wm u-e no ot,ltr-
J. M. SHNEI.LBACKER.
n2 North Fifth St. PIattmouth
To larios acro
ftjAtfTA (LAUS ' '
As 5 c&rgo
dear as can be.
Vallery Meat Market
10.", S Oth .-t., Union iilock, foijderly
4 1 f Mum street.
V Splendid M irket, where Kverytliiug
kept is First CWs. We nim to
oleuse, and aolicit the I'tttron
ae of the Public
run choicest steaks,
TIIE SWEETEST CUTS,
FINEST CURED MEATS,
A M K. KIS! AM OTFIKH DKMCACIKS
Hy fair tnd honest dealing I exect to
merit it share of the trade.
I'll lm. .1. R. VALLERY. Prop
MASUFACTCKKK OK AM
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
llKAI.KK IN TIIK
Thoicest Brands of Cigars,
Ftor .i i t t if .- j ' an i 3 j
FULI, LINK OF
rOLSACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLE
.ways in fitock. Nov. 26. 1885.
P. J. HANSEN
STAPLE AND FANCY
GLASS AX I)
Floor defl Feefl a Snecialt,
tiie Puble Solicited.
I JOHNSON BUILDING,; Norm 61H3I
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