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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1891)
- SIONAL CARDS.
, 'ESQ' KK una KUHVEYUIi
iJ h. HILTON.
; of Mil work furiiistifd junJ
, y , leorus kekt.
-S , Vu Martin Eloe.k.
V r4dl orders left with County Clerk will
.:. . receive prompt Httention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
' Wm. L. RKOWN.
Personal attention to al I Im-Miies ontm-ted
to nv earn
Titles examined, Alrttrieiicoiii'iileil, Iniir-
nfia wrltlijti m-i 1 i.cf rit e Mill 1 1
Better faciliti"- for making Farm Loans tltaii
ANY OTlIl'.ll AilJ
FLATTSMO U Til M4I5KASKA
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-l.ii w. Will civv roint :tt tnt loi.
to all liiitin!i entrn.-teil to hiui. oiliee in
Onion block, Kant Si lo, riattHinoiitli. Net.
Windham &. davies.
B. B. WINDHAM. JOHN A. ll.WIKS.
Notary l'iiflit? Notary l"ntit-
f, OITlee over Uank of l'as Count j'.
PlattHmoutli ... - Nelrashi.
The Waoliiuuttoii Avenue
FLOUR AND FEH1),
We pay no reut and Bell for CASH.
You don't'pay any bills for dead beat
when you buy of this firm.
The beet flOFT COAL always or.
Opposite Richey Hros Lumber nfiice
: gol:axu roncEi.Aix ckovns
Bridge work'-and tine gold work a
1)K STKIN'Ar.H hOC . as well as other v.i
estlietif.i'iveii fort lie painless extraction o
C. A. MARSHALL, - Fit.gerald
Constantly keeps on hand .'everything
you need to furnish your house.
CORNER SIXTH AND MAIN STREET
Plattsmout - Neb
PERKINS - HOUSE,
217, 219, 221 and 223 Main St.,
lattsmouth, - Nebraska.
H. M. BONS, Proprietor.
lhe TerkinR has been thoroughly
renovated from top te bottoui and Is
bow one of the best hotels in the state
Boarders will be taken by the week at
$4.50 and up.
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
f aT ax! Itr-ttr.-t.it fH.'A'Mf- Vr.aUm
4a. m mtrDr r.v ptm-mv, ibuismuw,
j vm TftunwMiif. fms i w
Excel all otlmrs xs a family medicine. They
are Huiteil to every constitution, old ail
young, and, beinj; sukhi -coated, are i.;re-e-Alilu
to take, purely v. j'eUl.le, Uiey I. avo
no ill ellepiB, ImL n .'.Ue-n ami rcnuUU
Jie hloinai lt, li v i, .".hi I lioMel.t. anil restore
very oi;.m to ii'iini.il fnti lion, l'or nsi
cillu r :it l:i.::: - ' a: : on Lin'l or sta,
tlu..V; i lill
Arc the Best.
"Ayi t'-i rii;.- li'i." lu ri iim-iI in my family
foro-.er Ihr'.y ;. i V. . !" ' Hem ;in
nil' t,l in- ill' :in- i:i i .' K, ni"ive ;i,i
: il I. !!..-. ! :. ;.i.il n-i'ioin ea ;t
.hy i .w. Tim :.i.:....-.t llie oi.ly
i,.,-.; in .,ur (.. : :,-i....'- il.'mii '.
rotnly, I :. lu. 1- .. v . 1 i i.. i.i:, i
'I have lii '! il tlii, r.iiiiif ry i lit years,
and, dm mi' nil il.Li l ,aii-, iieiUn ; 1, nor any
DM ni!i r ! lay !..n,,.y I. rue 1 1 J any otl.-r
Kind of 111" ... i l ! Aj. I :, ,. I liL tie
we alwayii I., i a li-.ml, and I :-. I i : 1 ! In t
know I. iw to yi t .i!.in" v.illiout tin in."
A. W. Sodi ili'-r;, Low -d. M.is-i.
"1 liave use. I .'. i r".-. Catliartie pills as a
for r;.r, years, and l!:' V Lave always riven the
iilinosl .-lalif ielioii.' .)aiie A. '1 liornloli,
1 ', ! m r 1 1 i 1 1 ;. ' t 1 1 . Ind.
Two boxes of Ayr's I'ills enri-d Itie of
severe lieadaelie, Iroin wliieti I was 1nv; a
sufferer." Eiiuna heyes, JIiildianLstown,
Dr. J. C. A YE It & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all IeWs iu Medicine.
i n:t- Iv R X ATM O X A h
A strictly first ela :M.ielii;ie. fi:K w.-trraot-ed.
Made irom tin very best luateiial b
-killed w.irknieii. and wiih tlie!est tools tiiat
Iiave ever l. 'en e.evisf.l for tlie ur.,ise. War
ranted to do a'.! thai can be reasonably ex
lieeteil of ;iie very best typewri!er ekt.mt
I 'aii.ilile in i-.ti' Mi;;" !." 1 words 1'ei- miii'it" --oi
a. i r.- aeeoidinj! to tin; ability of the oiierato.
If ther is no a-nt in your town address the
THK TAHIell M'F'd n.
Agents wanted 1'arisli iS. Y.
F. IJ. SliLLKMIKE, Agent.
Shingles, Lath, Sas-h,
Is? W W i:s' U 5 ' 2 5vis .
J in .su)ly eve', w dei;ia:id vi tb.e city.
Call And get terms. Fom th streU
in reiir of ; i r he'.jne.
iy -::V. .'.ry: A'.-t ..... .V ..I" ;.'
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3' '. 1 ' . . ii. i.f :v t. -i 1 i:'.:f... . . c i tt'i ..j
J i.'j.U'i' 1 r.:..! ar'jrris'h: ri'.ar. ; . - . u.-.' '.''"ii. i H
Hili'Tfi n'i -j.i -ri - iaV.- V .: u.. .'j?nW iZst
4,5 f. A . i -i !.. IW tut Tnlmtur fcar VfA
Sf tl. jTv ' Ci. 1 WL.-It-rs trar.l. rt .i
' .::r.-. : . nvi. s..: o,:. i ini,i,nui:. , r-j-r
BOILING WATER OR MILK
LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
a HAIR BALSAM
-Jtlj anil braiumtn the hair.
v - I 1 Pruml4 s loxnnaul prowth.
;i J I Never Fall to Restore Gray
y I Hair to lta Youthful Color.
. ifc A Cur rn'p dipnts t hair falii.
. - ' Jfk-.iinJ t Men Pnirgirj
. - ------
I sn Parker's Crlneer Totii,". Ji -ur, ihr uri t.iuch.
Weak Lull?. IebilitT, lMtl;jEtion, Pain, Take in liine.&ictj.
HINDERCORNS. Th onl mre cure for Corn.
6up ai ia.u. lie at tlruKwU, or lilsexOC CO., Y.
Rhramatism. nunniin'ii. nlenriprana Inmbrurc
rtind at once. G-nuin for la1 l,all DrntrciMo.
RED CRCSS DlAKfNS BRZUD
'? k i'i Iti'j r
. . " .'i .i:.:T m 3.
n.l lliiirr I'ur LKm. m t'U,r. h rrtitrti Mcl!
niwi nir mi'itiw. r- .-'. " ronm .tiki i
HI HESTER CHCMICCt. CO., M'l...nsnuur,
r r o
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tint Lkkt Halve in the world ftr Cut
Krui.Hes, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Khetim. Fever
Sores, T tter. Chapped Hu.'k'.h, Cliilbl.iins,
f.'i'rns, ami all ikin Kruptimis, an t po-.i-tively
cures I'll- h, or no puy iepiired.
It is guaranteed to uive siti-lauiion, or
Inoiiey ti l inn lei I. I 'riec li'i cents per I o.
I'ur H-tl; i v F. i. Fricke A: ("o.
Hc.-irt l i.-.-;is- is tisn.illv ti,)i)-cr
lo Ik i i m" i i i: i I !, but wIii-m jnojii rl
tli':::i i! ;! lai'i" pil'liM of ( ;ii i .iii
(ill iil. 'I'lnin M l. FlmiiM ILiti'li.
! I.I kliiift, 1 ill., am I I .sl . i : I ..
j ll.ik. r, i ii, .'!: h., y.i-i.- . ; I r i
;i I ! i r .- 1 1 !l ti : i 'J' l .i-.ii. . C. I.i'i
li . 1 1 r i. t ' . -I.UL'L'i-l .il S:iii J'--. III.,
! :i - ;J:;it In. Mi ' .-.v II- .i: ; (,n.-
-.hi(!i iii'i-I tin- fi."iii.'r, "u i if!. .-, :
v. i i i li !".- i i.' 1 1 i w i 1 1 ." i .' i I .i i i ; i
i,i I I; I ( ! i :i : i . 1 1 1 . Mm !:., v.l.n Iinl in .ill
i i ' : i -1 - ii i" i : 1 1 '.-. -: i t vi I i t i
1 1 1, iIi- hi in "li i Ii!- ;i Mi-w iiiriii."
Ir. I i I .-' New lii:nl Cure is 1-uM
;.:i'I :4 i i.i i.i n In 1 1 L I'. i. 1'iiriii' A
( ';. 1 iixik ! we j l f I -1" 1 il! .'.ti;ili)lli.i! s
lr. . I
Soiiii; years ago (.'iiaiiioerl iin fc C'o., of
I)es Mollies, Iowa, ( mmeiiccd tbe inan
iilacture of a eoiig.'i syrup, helicving it to
lie the most prompt ami reliable prepara
tion yet produced for :tu;lis, colds and
croup; that the public appreciate true
merit, and in time it was certain to be
come popular. Their most sflnouine
hopes have been more than realized.
Over three hundred thousand bottles o!
Chamberlain's Cough Hetnedy are now
sold each year, and it is recotrnized as
'the best niade," wherever known. It
will cure a nevre cold in less time than
anv other treatment. For sale bv F. G.
Fr'icke & Co.
Tbe bohling- f tin- World's F;iir
in a city scarcely li ft v years obi
will In a remarkable evenl, luit
whether it will really hem-lit this
natiop as much as the discovery of
tin KVstorali ve Nervine by Dr.
h'ranklin Miies is doubtful. This is
just what tin- A liit-ricau people need
to cure their excessive iiervousm-ss,
dyspepsia, headache, dizziness-,
siorpp-ssiies, iienralo'ia. nervous h
bility. dullness, confusion of miml,
etc. It acts like a charm. Trial
bottle and line hook on "Nervous
and Heart Diseases." with une
italeil testimonials free at 1. i
Fricke it Co. It is warranted to con
tain no opium, morphine or datiijvr
ous druis. 1
The Ileum's Method for piano and
organ, the favorite and most suc
cessful in France ami (lerniany,
also harmony taught. dtf
Mr. Michael Curtain, I'lainl'ield, 111., makes
the statement that sin caught cohl, whiell set
Med on her bums ; she was treated for a month
by her family plijsiciaii, but urew worse. He
old her idle was a hopeless viut im ot eoiisiimi
tion and that no medicine eould erne her
Her Diuiisiist siinirested Ur. Kiuj;'! new discov
erv for coiisiui.ptiou ; i-he bought a bottle and
to her delight found herself benefited from the
dose.. She continued it u m and after lak
inj; ten bottles, found herself sound and well
now does her own housework and is as well a
she ever was. Free trial bottle of this Kreat
discovery at 1'- (i. Fricke & Cu Dni-; More
I'j'ebottles 50e, and SI.
Wdlss' Nerveand Liver Pllle-
Act on a new principle regulating
the liver, stomach and bowels through
the nerves. A new discover-. Dr. Miles'
I'ills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Une
ipialed for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25o.
S unpla free at F. il. Fricke & CVs.
Tho New Discovery.
You have heard your friends and
neighbors talking- about it. Yo;i
may yourself be one of the many
.vim know from jiersor,:; I experience
just how good a thing- it is. If yo;i
have tried it you are one of its
staunch friend-, because the won
derful thing- about it is. that when
once g'iven a trial. Dr. King-'s Xew
Discovery ever after holds a place
in the house. If y ou have never
used it and should be afflicted with
a coagii. col'l or any throat. Iiuior
chest trouble, secure a bottle at
once and give il a fair trial. It is
g'uaraateed every time, or money
refunded. Trial bottles free at F. G.
1-rice Co's drug-store.
Needles, oils and parts for all kings of
m . chiiii s can h" f ound Sit the Sipci".-of-ie
c.uii'M- of of Main ii'id Six ;'u -trcets
v.itli Henry lioec - wtf
Hair chains, ritig-s, crosses and
hair work of all kinds to order.
M ws. ,. K:i:i:.
tf 172ti Locust St.
Shiloh's Vitali.er is what you
need for const iriat ion, loss of appe
tite. dih:iness and all symptoms of
dysjiepsia. Price 10 and Tac. 4
To lee Comsumers .
My ice wagon has begfiui to make
regular trips. Orders lrft at my
store, my commission house rwith
the lriver will lie promptly attend
ed to. tf F. S.' White.
A restore, stricken, and give von
a luxuriant growth of hiiir. to keep
its color natural as in youth, and to
remove dandruff, use onlr Hall'
THE MAN WHO
Drives the the Hearse i not in it
Ami for that matter, ncithrr is the
Siugvr Sewini: Machine Compativ.
Over lUHIO.tKlO Singfers have bee
sold in the L'nite'd States which
means that we have over O.OOO.Oun wit
nesscs to the fact that the SINGER
is the best machine made. All the
newest improvements have been
added which truly make the Singvr
The Oueen of all her K'ealm. "
Machines sold on the most favora
ble terms by the department mana-o-er.
MR. D. P. CKONIN,
1; i 1 piarlers ia ll,-iry I5n
j Furniture store or by Mr. Atiierton
i i ,
A biilii.eit fky. u li'ii- lmr tree.
S.i in I- oft s.i'iw bio in ; do . n th slo'ip;
Tie- i i-ii.-i- i ;:rei n a I U i n be.
Tin -i;i. !ni,e 1 Mil hi im .net bojir
'i ll i -I' !l i i iiir li :i 11 -A l! !i I'iee,
'l'l.l is I In d.ij lor io. !
A warm, .Mvt no-i:i. v. .t h tlo. i i . round.
Aim i -i I haooy im lle-Miti;
ii li -I r;i t :n, ri -1 ii,; I r. 'n I ( ru'i rid.
Tin ir it I hie not lole liconi -
II. nil bio ,oi. I.ii.i and bee.
'i'i. :s is tin: ii.iv tor ine.'
A i I' in-:- -ky. -I ib-.-o- I u- i-
A !.:.;.;' -. .! A i- 1 1 .. f;
- --H--I '" la . i .i . : . i -l si,.-,-:i.
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T ,e it: vs J .
i'i' r-ir v.,-a;:'i : I : 1
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r i oi- ' :i re!
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.;..:.:-. -. i . i -o : i , , ,
'i l..- : , i ;1e ila for loi-!
l!e ted s-i I.i. .t. j. iv ji.ii-in ; heart:
Tin -si: i,b i'i ii.' inil..- i. ol I he i ea r;
Tie ;. oni; ! o:'n i s j., rl i. i t.
S em: !.;: .1 be rainy, ' -old and drear.
( ' i !,st I hen s.-, V e.i l l" -1 i v
"Tl.is 1 1 -lay in.-'.-"
Annie l-.ali i Wiilis in Koslon I I.'
Kent Is Neei-stai-y.
A man won has .so much to d that ;i
will work 7ii-l;!s nii'l Sutnlays as wei! :
Wi i-l; il.i v.s is not likely to do as nmen i:.
the long run as the man who rests ;;
God's aiipoiiHed times in order to ;
liim.self for effective work b-tv.-''
these i ime.s. Many :t busy man lr. ::i
down a great deal earlier than he l . -
to, because he insists on working w!e i
rest is his iimt duty. And many a m.o.
who observes God's law of the ni-.!:t
and the Sabbat h, written in man's v .
nature, accomplishes far more in a mti
of years than he eould have wrong' i'
with any violation of that law.
Mr. Gladstone, speaking not. long
of his own experiences in busy life,
of the high privilege of "Sunday re-'.'
'Personally. I have always endeavop-. :
so far as circumstances have allowed. ""
avail myself of this privilege, and inev
that I have .arrived near the goal of a
laborious public career of close on filly
seven years, 1 attribute in great part to
this practice the prolonging of my life
and the preservation of my faculties.
A true man can do more in six days th;::
he can in seven, week by week, as In
can do more in sixteen hours than in
twenty-four, day by clay, for a lifetime.
Sunday School Times.
Mail in K:irly fnliforni;' I1:i-n.
A Californian tells this story of lxom
times in San Diego. The general deliv
ery window of the postoffice was always
crowded. One week the mails were de
layed for several days, and when they
were at last distributed the line of ii.
quirers at the general delivery window
of the postoffice extended for six bloeks.
A man who fell in line in the early
morning got to the window and recei ved
his mail about 8 o'clock in the evening.
One old lady, who had plenty of time
on her hands, took with her a camp stool
and her lunch basket, and camped right
there on the line. She received no let
ter, and turned away apparently happy,
although she waited in line for seven
hours. When this mail accumulated the
postmaster made no attempt to distribute
the newspapers. They were simply piled
np in one corner, and finally a wagon
load of newspaper mail was carted away
from the postctRce. To be distributed?
Oh, no: to he dumped into San Diego
I have seen it stated over and over
again that "fair' autumn is an Amer
icanism. I am not sure that? I have ever
seen it contradicted. I myself learned long
ago that to a Dorset rustic '-fall"' was
the word of native speech, "a'tumn"
mere high polite exotic. (Is it so still, 1
wonder, in this day of board schools?)
However, here is a pa ssage from a book
of the Seventeenth century, in which
"spring and fall" are spoken of as a Dor
set man might speak:
'And this 1 doe, not so verie expreslie,
by occasion of my contingent health,
though still, if I secure not from some
decaies this spring, I may chance do it
lesse happihe in the fall."' Notes and
1IJ Ocntly but Firmly Kefused.
"Reginald," exclaimed an up town
bride of two months, as she returned
from a shopping tour, "1 saw the love
liest diamond necklace imaginable to
day; and so cheap, too; it can be bought
for a mere song." Then she paused to
hear what remark Reginald would make.
"My darling," quoth he, "you know how
gladly 1 would grant you every wish;
but 1 grieve to say that in this case I am
unable to do so. Nature has not en
dowed me with the power of producing
vocal melody. 1 could not sing though I
should be promised a solitaire for every
note." Lockport Journal.
In case of a person choking from some
thing sticking in the throat or windpipe,
try and dislodge it with the fingers, or a
blunt pointed scissors may be used. A
hairpin with a loop on its end is also
useful. Holding the person with the
heels in the air and vigorous thumping
on the back is also of frequent service.
When children swallow marbles or coins
it is a mistake to give a purgative. The
9trange matter will find an escapement
The newspaper requires the very !est
of the brains and brawn of its followers.
The newspaper man is a soldier in a
great army. Always ready must be his
motto.. It is not for him to reason why.
It is for him to obey to door die. And
who ever knew him to hesitate?
Lord Aberdeen i one of the most pop
ular noblemen in Great Britain. He is
a democrat by sympathy as well as
principle, and has been known to ride
down to his club in a milk wagon when
a cab was not hand-. He is much sought
after in Edinburgh socitt3
In Corea every unmarried man is con
sidered a boy. though he should live to
be 100. No matter what his age, he fol
lows in position the youngest of the
married men, despite the fact perhaps of
having lived years enough to be their
THE DAY FO
Castoria is Ir. fi ".mite! I'it -lier's iutsi i ipl ion (or Infant
and Children. It font-fins 2: i'.".i.r Opium, JMorpliiiui nor
tlier Narcftic uhst :;iiec. H ii :i Ii;irmJr.ss nibslltnto
for Pareg-or-c, Drops, Soothlii; Sy nip., and Castor Oil.
it is Pleasant. Its piarauleo is thirty years uso ly
Dlillions of 3Iotlars. C.istorial'.droys AVurins and alhiyw
fen'erisluu'ss. t'astorui prevents vomit in'r Sour Curd,
cures Iiarrli'.i anil Vind C.lic. C.istorla relivca
toetliing- troubles, cures constipation and HaOilcney.
Castoria assimilates tlM food, regulate; tlio sIoiikuIi
and bowels, t;vn? healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's .aiiaoca the Mother's Friund.
C8tor! Is an excellent mi'dieloo for c.iil
rrron. Motliera have r'vatolly told inn itt itn
jjixkI uffoot upou Uieir clnldn u."
1k. O. C. Oboood,
CastorlA fa tho lest remedy for rhililron of
which I am acinuiiiiUsd. 1 hojio tho lay i.w nt
fur distant wlien mothers wilfconjiiderthe rv.'il
BiU-refct of their children, and nso Cistorin in
ntcad of the various quack nostrums which aro
destroyini; Uieir lovtsd ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing ayrnp and otl-r liurtful
aentd down their throuts, thereby tending
thciii to jireutaturo ijravos."
Iu. J. F. KncneixK,
Tho Centaur Company, T7
J. D. G HAVES & CO.
DEALERS IN PINE LUMRER,
SHINGLES, LATH, RASH.
DOORS, IiLINDS.nnd all building inatei in!
Call and sec us at the corner of
11th and Kim street, one .block
north of HeisePs mill.
FOR THE NEXT
WE WILL GIVE SPECIAL
bw -u dibbv mtm jn a mm arOTt. wmsmt ry wrznm stm4-i "U
iTw mirnsm JUswt wlixswd
IN ALL OUR COMPLETE LIJSE 0' BOOTS AND SHOES
W. A. BGECK cK: CO.
A1sj the I.igh ruiiiiiiig Ioiiie.1 ic Sewing- Mat bine for sab
Everything to Furnish Your House.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Under Waterman's Opera House
Tat b bay ot him cheap for apot ca.sfi or can xecure what you need to furol.ib eottage or
2 nuion on the INSTALLMENT PLAN.
STOVES, RANGES AND ALL FURNISHINCS.
Agent lor the Celebrated "White Sewing Machine.
Vtaa largest and atoitcomDlete stock to select from in Cass Coahtr. Call and tee me
, Opera House Block
THE POSITIVE CURE.
BROTHERS. 66 Warren
Carorln Irf so well it'laptrd to rlilldrra ttia
I recommend it unituX)i ior toaiy pr.MripUo
Luuwii to inc.
n. A. Ahciibr, SL I)..
Ill So. Oxford St , Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Our phyRiel.uia in Uio chilili-en'H de-wrt.
meat li.ivo sHien highly if tlwir exirl
oiu o In their ouUido prair'-ieo illi '.u.lori.i,
und although wo only iiuvo uiiionx mr
iiu:dieu.l supplies wluit irt laown a riiuiar
produots, yet we nro fr.so to :onfess lliut tlui
nn-riLs of (iu;iiria luis won us to look Willi
favor non it."
L'nitkii Ilosi'irai. inu IifiiTSKinr,
u.r. C. Kjjitii, ires..
Murray Street, Kew York City.
mLS XaW uL -LaJ
S-, Vew York. Price 60 etaJ
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