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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1891)
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Plattsmouth Daily Herald
We Hell men's working pants and
blouses at a discount ot 'JO per cent.
We are closing out this line of
goodH. tf "Tin: Fa ik."
BuakofCassCo tt a t y
Cor Main and Fifth .street.
'ant up capital frA) (kki
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V OEUSRAL 6AN3flNO KTJSINESS
Just the same.
K NOTTS BROS, Publishers
AND 50 DOES
Published every Thursday, .'and daily everj
evening except Sunday.
ltKtetered at the PUttsmonth, Net). post
0!1lcefor trniis:iisiii tlir.MiIi tin- IJ.,:S. mallti
at second clasH rule.
Ofilee comer Vine arid Fifth streets.
TKKMS KOK Wr.l.KLV.
i,e. copy, one year, in advaiwe. . ....
ne copy, out year, not in alv;:m-e ..
One copy, six inontlif. in advance .. .
One cpy( three month, in a!vau;u.
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!)ne cop one y.'ar in advance
One copy per week, by carrier
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13 A N K
OK Pl.A t TsMl Til. NhT.KANKA
TI HSDAY. MAY ILMS'.jl
(joVKK.NOK Tll.WKK must enjoy,
srt-in the (ui;i1i;i city council
make a public hinliin stock of it
self iti a vain effort to snub his ex
cellency. Sl.N'CK the state executive is nfjain
a republican we are wondering if
I'aul ra tulervoort is not kicking
himself for joining the alliance too
soon. The luscious plums from
which I'aul has fattened for lo these
many years are ai;-ain haiiiin
temptingly low. I'aul has killed
the n'oose that laid the golden c'S
and can now mourn in the empty
granaries and barren feed lots of
the farmers alliance.
r;tid iip cap'tai
v.-rv le-l f.u'iliti.-s for t!i;
transaction of iiyitiniHte
Stock?, bonds, jiohl. j;ov rnme!it ;i''d loi a! ue
sunties Ioii!-!it i i:d '" d. ii-po-i'-. I' l'- iv-d
mieresl allege, 1 on Hi;- et-Ii h-..: er
Jrafts drawn, available in any part (d Hit
A S! Mies ::-ol a I'he i.-ieeipal f-'WH" !
lOl.LKC'l'lNS MAIlK AN! I'Ul M I'll V IIKMlr
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MADE ONLY BY
CT A !5
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i,eor:;e p.. lov:
toil. 1 FilM"ral'l. '
AND BRING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT
ffOXou Want to Sett Yonv Prop cry
THE II KICALD'S ioh )ep:irtinont has been fitted with new
vype anu is able to do the finest ot" work and on short notice.
11. I 1 1 1
it vou want sale bills call on this onice ana ret our price which are
reasonable and alike to all.
We are Here to Please
SirBSCEIBB FOR IT
Co Fifth asdJVise Sts PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
1W. WYlCTlf, the Confederate pris
oncr that was detained by the
I'niou soldiers at Camp .Morton,
near Indianapolis, lias made a very
flat failure of his attempt to com
pare northern with southern
prisons. The doctor admits that
they had daily a dish of vegetable
soup, a loaf of brrad seven inches
lon4" and three and a half inches
deep and broad, and a piece of
meat. Yet he say.-- on this dirt
thousands starved to death. -As a
hotf 'on 1 if 1 'f 1 ll'il" ,f itioii M itii'til :t !
proportions. Dr. Wyeth should 1h
awarded tilt1 banner, and decent
newspapers should not publish hi.-i
false statements, that 011 their very
face brand the author as a calunii
nator of the worst kind.
Xehkaska farmers made w ry lac
and condemned the McKinley bill
because the tariff v;i;' no4, all la';e:i
otf of binding twine. The rc
suits of leav i:i'4- i( 0:1 ii';:y 1; uo1i.n1
b- tlu; followiii"" froi)i the (ialveston
News, a fri-e tratie paper which b
the wu3" places unnecessary stres
on the exchange of jjroducts. jtist
as thotii;-!! if I were selling wheat
or Hour to the Texads I would havi
to take my jay in rope or twine
The Kansas man 'Vt the jfood clean
cash for what he sold and his neiirh
bor paid the Texan for what twim
he bott"ht. The fact which we wish
to emphasize however is that they
are manufacturing twine as may be
seen from the article referred to
bove which reads as follows:
-Mr. S Dixon, who brought through
the train of wheat from -rironia to
the Texas Star flour mills, purchas
ed a car of binder twine to be shipp
ed back on one of the cars that
brought over the Kansas wheat.
The Galveston Rope and Twine
company decorated with hunting'
and oleanders and with stars made
of rope and twine. Following were
some of the inscriptions: "In God
we trust. This is the only trust we
bank on." Galveston's greeting to
Kansas. First car of binder twine
returned Jto Argonia in exchange
for their wheat." 'Plent3' more to
follow." ".Let us swap products in-
depetidently of trusts or combina-
ns." "Kxchange of products is b et
ter than bank exchanjre."
On the opposite side of the cars is
a map ot tJie gull ot luexico and
southern stales with the following
lnscnjmons: -iiie sisal is grown
in Yucatan. The twine is made in
Galveston. Kansas uses it." "A
straight line with only one stop.
We mill in transite." "Sisal binder
twine shipped by Galveston Rope
and Twine company to S. Dixon,
Argonia, Kan." The company is
receiving the most flattering re
ports from samples sent out and
expects to largel' supply that
country as soon as the farmers have
time to try it.
Tne iioni r ini-ichiiiit? of
Carry a full stock of irencrai
niorclioio1, is-.; winch tlieysell very
close, llilust price jmid for
all kind-! of farm ' inli'cc. fieri
crous trcittiuentiind f.iir tlenlin
is the si.'crct .f our success.
W. D. JONES, Proprietor.
HAS THE FINEST RIGS
(ai. 4th and Vine
Ploasurc and liort
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY
A. Full and Complete line of
: i f . '
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Proscriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours
' '1:1 v i.iti'iy !k-oii i-I.-kk A 1 1 t:n- i!i:ir!.( t
iM-i.n r.'i.riius of an oli.-oii-u- iiti- :. oi
' :.iiuiijry," XIk y wo U-iuy o::i.if.t
Y " -'"'Is 'J"ulor, sroeers. -lot!uVr., rt., nii't in
:. : iniainv.i ad premium fur .su!jh;iji,tinns
Anuuuuot'inents of these eomparatively
reprints are very misle!idin: ; for instanep, they
are mlvertiet to le the Fiitst;inti:tl fMiuival. nt
of "rill eisht to twflvo dollar book," wheu in
reality from A to Z they ore all
phototype eopies of a book of over forty ynnrs
ao, winch in its day was sold for ahout s"".ihi, and
whii'li was niueli .superior in paper, print, and
Hinting to these imitations, heinj; then tlie best
Dictionary of the time instead of one
Long Since Obsolete.
The supplement of 10,000 so-called "new words,"
which some of these hooks are advertised to con
tain, was compiled ( a pentlemnn who has Iven
dead over thirty years, and was published be
fore his death. Other additions are probably
reprints of a like character.
The Genuine Edition of Webster's 1'na
briilfjeil Dictionary, wiiich is the only one
famiiiar to this generation, contains over '2xM
pares, with illustrations on nearly every pa'4.
Hiri oears our imprint ori ine title pntre. It is
protected by copyright from cheap imitation.
Valuable as this work is. we have at vast ex
pense published a thoroughly r-'-vised siici-essor,
the name of whieli is V." mister's Ixthb-vatio-val
Sold bj-a'I BrioliselTiT". T'ln-trn'eil ; r.r: j.h( t :"re.
ZMVim & CO.,
G. & G.
-evk. ' iA .-j I . ; 'ZL Ur r r - J
1 mZ&. .f':;vv' t..--i. JM.ww4
yajk j III.5 2 'r;1 K-ration, "vvii.li'
Cf!,cT.d )';ii J7lJnrJr removes
ntl Tan. A I - r r.r U ;.ti;
tor the mopt
For lame back, side or che.t. use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 2.1
cents, hor sale by F. G. Fricke &
Co. and O. II. Sn3"der. 3
I am now prepared to deliver ice
to any part of the city. Telephone 72.
1 1 li. J. WCMAKEX.
Croup, whoopinir i coucli and
hroncliitis immediatel v relieved hr
Shiloh's Cure. 4
The frasrrant Ifeliotrone in bloom
wonderfully cheap at Moore's Green
Tlie Fair" has onlv a
velocipede's left, which
closed out at cost.
Hair chains, ring's, crosses and
hair work of all kinds to order.
Mrs. A. Knee.
tf 1726 Locust SL
smooth iui1 v. h ' .
lot a iKust i ..
but a remedy f r-;
all ether pn-j
to give satisAic t .-.!.
sd for CO cciiua. i
fold. Ohio. i.
li- 'tia win ren-
'orr'v rod Bkin bo ft,
1 jila. Cream is
V r ! ? -over defects,
I'-'-. li is superior to
t't". i is piaranteed
A f- r!r:5te or mail-r-:
. Btrrsen a ro.
i he Best is the Cheapest
That is Why Fred Oorder after I'i years of experience as thn most successful
Aprriculturnl implement denier in the county has selected the following inipltt
nirmts which lie carries and heartily recommends to his friends and patrons. f
22Iotc2a.ia.223.. Zvlolino and Solivitlor
sradloy, Peru, and Dooro
LISTERS and PLOWS
NEW DEPARTURE TONGUELES AND
WEIRS AND BRADLEY STALKCUTTER.
DEERE, FARMERS FRIEND AND HA
worth Checkrowers and Planters.
Handles the finestof Buggies, Phjetons, Carts, Spring Wagons, and
Carriages and other vehicles that are manufactured.0
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 MILLEU an experienced
workman has charge ot our harness shop.
Plattsmouth and Weeping Water
P. J. HANSEN
SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE m PRICES
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Floor iiiifl Feed a Specially
atronage t the Pnble Solicited.
MANUFACTURKR OF AVB
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DBAXKB IN THE
Thoicest Brands of Cigars,
FULL LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLE
aiw&TB in stock. Nov. 28. 1885.
JOHNSON BUILDING, Ncrtb 6U S
J in one reuluif. TeatunooUla from all
. .51 Prt of thacloba. Proapaotoa ron
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps Fall Une f '
Foraigi? i onjistic Goals.
Consult Your Interest by Giving Him Osll
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