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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1891)
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mattsmoum uauy neraiu
KNOTTS BROS, Publishers
pVa-urc in calling attention to our lines o
j,, .-.l l'..ry..ur in.,.,-! ..nsistiiis; ot a very cl.o.c line of
3DBY GOOtiS, OTIOJS
OF AX I, KINDS
inruivM'f r (U CAMS,
AVc rail special attention to our line of
KiB i:Y.A Y -...A-UK CHmTAXNS
SPUING JACKETS The Ileefers
Also a Site Tlirre Quarter Jacket
Curtaiu Draoeries, Chenille Table Spread, Ribbons, Laces, Silk Tie:
Published every Thursday, and daily everj
U..,Mst.n.rl :it the IMilt I illicit II, rn. P"i-
VHi-eror tr;triHmlsion through the U.oS. mails
at shcoimI cl;is- r;itet.
Wr corvrr Vine :md Fift'i streets.
IKl: MS Kolt VVKU'l.V.
t-oi.y. ii: t- ve-ir. in iidvuncr
copv. one year, not in si!v;.iu e ..
i)ne copy, six t'niiit l-.f. in niivance .. .
'Jne ; 'y, ihrci- tn'iiilli-. in iidvanee.
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TIM'KSDAY, MAY 7. 1'.U
N live .-;tvs th:tt cvi-iy ri"
cin ority trrnty entered into ly St-c-
rctiiry Hlnine will proven torpelo
mi(l-r the lmll of 1 1 1 " democratic
ship in is.rj.
Mo.NKY imisl plentiful in Lon
don and l'aris just now, large sums
having recently leen invested in
American railway stocks and
I'KKSIDKXT llAk'KMSON will Soon
have tin- pleasure of appointing to
1 i ft- positions nine judges ot tin- re
cenilv formed land court and two
judges for tlic supreme bench in
place of l-'ield a nd.) 5ra 1 1 -y , w lio will
TllK poor and mi Id le classes (as
relates to wealth) in this city have
alwavs borne more than their sh;
there are briffht Ptories, and infor
mation on all live topics, and al
most no end of illustrations (over
200), and a splendid articlo for "Our
Girls," and the other departments,
as usual, are brimming over with
good things; and, altogether, this is
an exceptionally good number of
that always good family magazine,
published at a year, by W. len-
nings Demorest, l'J Kast Utli t.,
Tai;I.i: TALK for May is at hand
with a list of surest ions of good
things aggravating in the extreme,
until one sees how plain this bright
little inaga.ine makes their prepa
ration. Its culinary and household
departments are teeming with good
things, demonstrating as usual its
position as the American authority
upon these subjects. We call atten
tion to a few of the many good
things contained in the May num
ber. "Berries How to Prepare,
Keep and lTse Them." "A Chapter
on Co-operative Housekeeping."
"A Bride-maid's Luncheon." "A
Yellow Luncheon." "New Menus
for May." "Informal Afternoons."
"How the May Oueen Sups."
"Housekeepers' Inquiries." "Fash
ionable Luncheon and Tea Toilets."
"Dining Here and There." and many
other tilings to interest the house
wife. Published by Table Talk Pub
ii.;...r Co.. id'.T Chestnut street
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IMiilwdcli l.ia. Pa.
A restore, stricken, 'and give you
a luxuriant growth of hair, to keep
its color natural as in youth, and to
remove dandruff, use only Hall's
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of laxes. "i he v a!ii
on ifessiona I ta
Laee Trim ni'm-S etc. etc,
our assessors will see to it this year
that they pay their full share ot the
taxes, and this city will always re
T;r.- ,!,-..-r: i ni of con.""ra'.ula;io::s
i'ioMi the tomb ai Mvmont is not
likely in p;;:! vaui.e ih.e .-(rj)se. Ii
onlv recalls !Me laet usa; wm oi:., in.
n;e ea i:i . i he deitiac! eant.i-
(!:! lia.d no us lor viovernoi Ln.is-
and v.-onld not evu hoaor iin.i
,-ith a call lor a campaign speev,.i.
Omaha ! Jee.
The al .ove crii ii ism shows more
a!i than deee:icv. couiin:;- as it
does from the pen of Traitor K'ose
water. who sold out his iart- and
;cri!i; cd Isi- honor -.o eieoi royd.
lave lor;? since
TTe use of M
A f r rsrn 4
QmrlO Ouwi(w j
M- J'l.A i 1 SMOl'T.M, NKI5UASKA
t'-uil up c:4.l tl
iter.H the verv 'if-l f ieilitie-1 for t!ie pronip
traiir-;u linn 1 niliinatu
AND BRING YOUR ADVERTISE
MENT frjYott TVaat to Sett Yone Fronery
IT is ver- refreshing to see ihe
Omaha Hee worried over Ih.e bad
e:"feet. that the on.siin f Hoyd vill
hav on the repttbl ica a part 3-. The
pap'-r th;.t di.l :uo;-. ihan a:.y oilier
to disrunt the party at t!ie last
election is certainly poor authority
to preach political ethics to that
party. You have been over-
helmed in voi ir schemes M .". Rose-
water, and the temporary success
you achieved in elect in r Mr. Loyd.
has been turned to bitter disap
pointment. Hence these tears; they
are not for the fancied danger
which threatens the republican
party, they are for Boyd.
AccoicniNC to the lo-ric of "Jud;e
Kosewater" and the other attorneys
of Mr. Boyd. Nebraska in IS-VJ was
floating- a foreign flag and paying
homage to a foreign power, t lit
same as Texas and California when
they were taken into the Union.
Such stuff only shows the weakness
of their case. If thej- can make Mr.
Bovd a citizen on no better authori
ty or S3"stem of reasoning than that.
the subject had better be dropped
THE HERALD, while personally ad
miring Mr. Hoyd's ability as an ex
ecutive oflicer, has all along held,
that by the strict letter of the con
stitution he was not a citizen of
the United States in the full mean-
in"- of the term, and we are not stir
prised to see Judges Cobb and Nor
val of the same opinion. The law,
we believe, fully bears them out in
their theory of the case, and the
hue and cry about partisan, deci
sions, is certainly without merit.
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W. D. JONES. Proprietor.
HAS THE FINEST
('arrives for Pleasure and " Short
(Jor. 4th ami Vine
Wil.l. KKEP (;XSTANTI, OX HANI)
A Full and Compu te line of
l.iliis, ri "..' iiiit hum: n Mi J.-i.
.(,.im Ki';::".iaM T H iv I--vorth
Sam Waujiii. I- v- ''
i liir"!' 1". Dovi'V
foh-i Fitr.,!-) s v'':"!"h.-.
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Wat?'-" l!.ieksniitii slnl
Wsi't'-n, n-.ij;-:y, Meliii' ftd
plsiw Iv.'ji iinntr done.
1IORSE8UOEINO A SPECIALTY
He uses the .
Which U the hct,t Isorscshue for tin
former, -r for fat driving, or for citv
purpose-sever invented. It is so mfidt
that anyone e;.n put -r sharp or flt
corkf-, 113 needed for wet ;n;d shp-pcry
'liyei, or smooth, hy roads. Ctdl at
hia shop nnd cxaoiine the kkvkkslij
nnd you will use nu other.
J. M. SIINEI.LBACKEK.
12 Narth Fifth St. PhtttsmoutL
EDMUHD? & ROOT
Tue pioneer meicbants uf
mm. m "WV
Carry a full stock of yenerai
merchontltse which theysell very
close. Highest price paid for
all kinds of farm produce. Gen
erous treatmentand fair dealing
is the secret of our success.
Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUGCISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
liTS'rii?.Toi!S rssrefully Compounded at all Hours
Tlie Best is trie Cheapest
Tli-t is V'iy Fred hrdcr td'te-r 15 years of experience as the most successful
"rietilturd intpl-nvnt d-Tier in thy county hns telected the fnllovvinjr Tmple
iMr.s which h " urie.s and ho u tily reeoniiiioads ti hi.s friends and patrons.
tcb-im. Molino and Scirjtlcr f
Bradley, S'oru, and 3Dooro
LISTERS and PLOWS
NEW DEPARTURE TONGUELES AND
WEIRS AND BRADLEY STALKCUTTER.
DEERE, FARMERS FRIEND AND HA
worth Checkrowers and Planters.
tlaiKllei the tinestot Buggies, Phaiton?, (arts, Spring Wagons, and
Carriages and other vehicles that are manufactured.
THE IlfcUALD'Sjob department ha been titted with new
jlo and. aide to do the finest of work and on short notice.
lfyou want ale hills call on this office and get our prices which are
reasonable and alike to all.
We ace Here to Please
Cor Fifth and Vine Sts
WERE you ever at sea in a storm
a storm near a coast, when you
expected the next wave would dash
the iroott ship to pieces? If 3 011
ever passed through jmch an exper
ience you will remember the relief
von felt when you realized 3011 were
near a life .saving; station with its
corps of heroes, and you will be
,rliid to know more of the life of
those "brave watchers l3' the sea;
and even a confirmed stay-at-home
will be interested in the handsome
ly illustrated article 011 our "I.ife-
Savintr Service" in the Nay number
of Demorest's Familv Magazine
From the same comprehensive
soure'e you may also aiiiRonievery
interesting: information about the
Isthmus States -Central America
(finely illustrated); "Signs of Char
acter in the Face; How to Read
Them'5 (also illustrated will enable
vou to judge more correctlg of hu
man nfiture; and the excellent paper
on "Delsarte and the Delsartean
Philosopli3V' with a portrait of the
philosopher, will answer thatoft-re-
oeated question. " ho is Delsarte
CUAS L K00T,
1. y, s-i u.-j 7 y.$ 5- ti 1 5 '
v Imvi' ' i:--'y l8n I'liiCcl i:p ti ;-r.i t
a ji':tk'iiary," They aro b'iiig:a;:-(i
i-fvvls (ioMer, jrrofer, elothir, Me., arc!
4! -.v iu.-i;iui es a premium l'ur MUbciTijj'.i'.'rw
V;ii unct-mc ntf of tliose pomi-arativu!
rrrint"? re very misleadinj: ; fnr instar.' ': i'..y
are :iiiv?rtinpd to le tlie sul'Stniiti.'il tjii-i-v.-.l-.-iit
oi'"!iii M;rht to twelve tiollar book," wneii iu
reality from A to Z they ore all
phototype copies of a book of oyer forty years
co, which in its day was t-okl for about ?., a'ii
whioh was much superior in paper, print. a".i
binding to these imitations, being then the be.-.;
Dictionary of the time instead of one
Long Since Obsolete.
Tho supplement of 10,0o.oal!d "new wop Is,"'
which omeof these books areadvortiscii t"'-"n-tain.
vvs comriiled by a srenti. man wlio lia tit-on
,)u3.J over thirty years, and w;is publi.-hed be
fore nis dentil." Other additions are pro'eably
renrintsof a like cl)am'-ter.
The largest line in Cass County, ot double and single harness at
prices so low that it will pay you to come 20 miles and inspect stock
before purchasing elsewhere. DAVID MILLEii an experienced
workman has charge ot our harness shop.
FMattsmouth and Weeping Water
TV- Gmiic.e i-Iuitioi! i Wf-bster'-t t'ni
!ri inetl Iis ?in:i;ti-.v. wi-i - !i is t!ic iiiy "lie
i- t:. this rc Hera:. c..;:.,;!i.- -.-r -""O
: it'n iim-tr:it;..i.- n i;.:i- ':.- evoiy
h'i ': i.t-:irs our iiupr;nt on 1!: titlf pr.ve. !t is
pf -"t--i bv coovritrlit frun: eli-n-) i:!;-.';;r-;. :i
.,l:ia'io 'as ti-.i work if. tv !: ive r.t v i ' -s-p,.t're
1 ;ifcii-he! '. .!or-v.'-. -I -n-.
the nv.ue c.f vrhi-U H 'VrL-Tr.cV i knuiuxai.
Soldi- all Bof.k-' 1 !--r. r-t' ;-;-.n.p!.l. t fr-e.
G. &. C. & CO.,
Spring'i'telJ, Masi., U.S.A.
STAPLE AND FANCY
QUEEN SWA RE
Floi"1 and Fsefl a Specialty
atronao-e i the Puble Solicited.
JOHNSON BUILDING, Nortli 61H S
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JQSI inuwiuil uui
put 01 in iww. - -
liiVll J 1 "5 I'WHn jgfc
SJ Mmmrn an, atwm amm
MANUFACTURER OF AJTO -
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
nRAXKB IN THE
Thoicest Braadsof Cigars,
fiord Hjnr'jifjj" 'lit
run, LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLE
aiwaya in utock. Nov. 26. 885.
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a Fall Lin of
?orai7.) i arjisUc Goals.
Consult lonr lnteret? by Giving ua a )aD
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and what is his philosopy?" Then
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