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(2 ASM LIME STOVES
Cleaned ami Repaired at
v. hi:mdi:i:s kakdwakk
I". '. M;i!hWS olil St:ilil.l
S A T 1 S I A ( T 1 ( X ( I T A K A N T K K I .
Couabintly kcips on Imnd i-vi-rytl.iny
yo: n' ? ftirnili your house.
OOKNKIt MX'I II AM) MAIN STKKKT
Pltitun-(Ut - Neb
Is an effoctlTO remedy, na numerous testimo
nials conclusively Jrove. "For two years
I waa a constant sufferer from dyspepsia
tun liver complaint. I doctored a lon
time ami Uo medicines prescribed. In nearly
every case, only aixravated the disease.
An apotliecary al vised me to use Ayer's
Harsaparilla. I did so, ami wa cured
at a cost of 5. Since that time it lias
lieen my family medicine, ami siukness lias
become a stranger to our household. I
believe it to be the best medicine on earth."
I'. 1". McNiilty, llackmau, bummer st.,
Is a certain cure, when the complaint origi
nates in impoverished blood. " I was a
preat sufferer from a low condition of tin)
blood and general ilebility, becoming finally,
so reduced that I was mint for work. Noth
ing that I did tor tin; complaint helped me
so much as Ayer's Sarsaparilla, a few bottles
of which restored me to health and strength.
I take every opportunity to recommend this
medicine in similar cases." C. Evick, 11 H.
Jlam St., ChillieoUie, Ohio.
And ail disorders originating in Impurity of
the blood, such as boils, carbuncles, pimples,
tdotches. salt-rheum, scald-head, scrofulous
sores, and the like, take only
DK. J. C. AYEE & CO., Lowell, Masu.
I'rice $1 ; nix bottlc-n, $D. Worth b a bottle.
Plaitsinouih Daily Herald
K. NOTTS BROS, Publishers
Published every -Thursday, and daily everj
eveidtig except Sunday.
Kegistrred at the Plattstiiouth, Neb. p"st
ollicefor transt'iisio:i tli: ou :h the U. -S. mailn
at seeoinl clasr i';itc:..
Olilce cviniT Vlim :.i;d Ki.'th streets
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nn' copy, one year, in ndvai.ee
:ie copy, one ye;tr, not :u mtv-me .
One copy, six monthf. in ;:'!.!i;ice . .
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DK. STEINAUS LOCAL as weli as other ' an
estlieticsgiven lor the painless extraction of
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IN T ERXAT I O XAL
A strictly first cia machine, fully warrant
ed. Made from the very best material by
skilled workmen, and with the best tools tat
have ever been devised for the purpose. W ar
ranted to do all that can be reasonably ex
pected of the very best typewriter extant.
Capable of writing 150 words ner minute oi
more according to the ability of the operate.
$3 vjft. 3$
THE QUO FlSLIAnSL?.
IL I WiTEIAI & SON
lu v mtn
Sliimrles, Lath, Safh,
Can supply everw demand of the rity
Call and get terms. Fourth 8tret
in rear of opera house.
err ,i ,: J.BiJ
If there is no agent in your town address the
THE PAKI8U M'F'G CO.
Agents wanted Parish H, Y.
F. B. SEELEMIRE, Agent.
hll orders left with County. Clerk will
receive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
PERKINS - HOUSE,
217, 219, 221 and 223 Main St.,
lattsmouth, - Nebraska.
H. M. B0NS, Proprietor.
Ihe Perkins has been thoroughly
renovated, from top tc Ixtriji ojid '.a
now one of the best hotels in the state
Boarders will be taken by the week at
$4.50 and up.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Flir Bfl Feed a Specially
atrona , the Puble Solicited
JOHNSON BUILDINGN Sixth St
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
Cot Main and Fifth street
Paid up capital
Hnralus.... ....... ....
O. H. Parnele fl69611!
Fred Gorder Vice President
J. M. Patterson . &si?f,T
T. M. Patterson. Aeat Cashier
O. H. Parmele. J. M. Patterson. Fred Gorder,
A. B. Smith. K. B. Windham. B. S. Kamsey and
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Aocounts solicited. Interest allowed on time
deposits and prompt attentioniven to all bus
tnM entrusted. t0 Its care.
i t wtMsBtiDg out sd. Books IstfeTned
I JIT. V in on roadins. TeathnonUla from all
.jX parta of tha tdoba. Proepeetos poa
f J RS nnr'ml on appliaatkm te ProC
V mSMA. I.iaiilu V WiMiAn. JTavTaaav
The GrcatHeaith DRIhK.
P&ckatca makaa a sailoaa. Deliciona. eparklinj;. and
appetizina;. liold by all dealers. A beautiful Piictora
Book and cards aent FHKB to any one send ins
Mldrsea to Uia & . UIKKd OO Ftuladelphu. Pa
I . PARKER'S
Cleaim. and baaatifw. the hair,
-ft , I ProrwoM. a laionant growth.
ttTj-j J K ev.r Palta to Beatore Gray
Bt0ki1 Hair to it Youthful Color.
riT" Cunm aemip diMuci St hair taiUng.
yyj T3 JBe.apd l.Wat IriggUM
() MAliA t k-iir;iiH'- l;i-t week liow
a (Krrt-iisc tf lilU-cil kt ct-nl rni'l
I)i s Moim-s ;in iin-n .-isc of tuiity
iino i-r ri'iit. It would s tiii to j:y
soiin ritics to c killotl iy jirohibi
tion. I.im-oin C'.'ill.
Tin: Chilian vcss.-l Itala which
was i-sittir."l by the Unitt-d States
war vrssi'l Chailttoit lias plrail
guilty t Hit' charge of violaliii
na Ration laws in l.-a u lh' port
willioiit ck-araiKf pap is atil will
pay a lint", but she claims not to
have violated the neutrality laws,
and tho:-e who have her in charge
think the Tiiited States will release
her iii a few davs.
r.ieiit. Utile of the navy depart
ment, has sailed for Ivurope to com
plete the plans for reproducing the
caravals which formed the licet of
Columbus. He carries letters of
introduction from the State Depart
ment to Minister Grubbs and other
representatives of the United States
abroad. The Spanish Minister has
also ;iven him letters to various
officials at Madrid. Before 'oin
to Spain Lieut. Little will visit the
museums at Paris. Loudon and The
Haijue, as valuable historical ma
terial can be obtained in those
museums. 1 lie lvieutenani n;is
consulted with ship builders in this
country and they have advised him
that the best way to secure a repro
duction of the Santa Maria, the I'in
ta, and the Nina will be to have the
most of the work done by the Span
ish or Italian ship-builders. The
modern American vessel is so vast
ly different from the fleet of Colum
bus that shipbuilders here have
found it difficult to plan a reproduc
tion. They have all agreed, how
ever, that tne mettiouist in
vo-ue abroad, where ship carpen
tery has been handed down from
generation to generation, will pro
duce results in keeping' with his
toric accuracy. Caravals will neces
sarily be given a smaller draught
than the origi nal vessel of Colum
bus, because they are to pass
through the Welland Canal, but in
other respects the reproduction is
likel3 to be a faithful one.
be had now in sufficient piantities
apparently to meet the country's
needs for a century to come at least.
As to the latter ixtint there was
some doubt until recently, but we
believe all misgivings on this score
have been removed. In the HIack
Hills, it has been discovered, there
are immense deposits of tin, while
in Southern California, according
to late reports, rich stores of the orr
are to be had. In both of these sec
tions milling is under way,
although not yel in anything like
the proportion. which it will be
compelled lo attain ! y the middle
of next year.
These facts establish the praeti
4-abiliiv of the production of tin
!i!;ile in this country m lieavv
i ;u ::H it ies and at reasonable price
Direct and ready con i in u n ica t iom
between the iron and coal fields and
the mills has already been o
tabled and the tin mines will soon
be similarly situated. We will then
need nolliii:" more to tnace us on a
level with (ireat IJritain on th
score of advantages in pro; 1 net ion
excent the de veloi ii len t ol our
plants and the training ol our ope
ratives, and these will come with
time. The item of wages, to b
sure, will always remain to tne ad
vantage of Great I ri t a i it, bi: t a low-
scale o! "i',u:f- neutralize t'lir-
when the i.iii.s 1 1 is sii i-ii t !y
i- vii-iui.-o here to .oi.ie v.iihin
measurable distarce T meeting tin
home demand. That is to say. then
is a reasonable assurance" that
within a few years prices of Amer
ican tin-plate will be much cheaper
in the I'liiled Slates than the
foreign product has been thus jar
and the tendency in such a condi
tion of development has always
lw.Mi toward lower and lower
figures. Globe-Den locr-it.
THE DIRTY W.-H.,
A metropolitan Journal claiming
recognition, as such, and also
claiming to represent a great city
and people like Omaha and her
population, that will belittle its
people and city by the dirty, silly,
smart-aleck flings contained in its
Sunday issue which were aimed at
Kx-President Hayes and son. Kx
President Hayes and his son, of
course, unuerstand mat tne nin
compoop who pretends to edit the
World-Herald does not represent
Omaha hospitality, Omaha journ
alism, Omaha gentility, nor Omaha
democracy. It is a pretty adver
tisement for a great city fanning
itself into the notion that it is a
proper place for the next great re
publican national convention. The
Kansas City Sunday Sun or
Vanity Fair have more perpendicu
ar decency than the hypothecated
straddler alleged to be managed by
l ie Parker's (ringer Tnio. Jt cum the wimt Cmigh,
Weak I.unc. IX4ility. Iidinoetion, Pain, Take in time, ju eta.
HINDERCORN. The only sure cure for Coma.
Stupt aTiNuu. Tm. at UrueilMtM, or iilSCOX CO., i. Y.
CMI rlrk rmlitrf
-.a1.ia itlaariavaad hBBbaaKH
lovrwiatoooe. gaaii roc aaie or mu isrumm
-rrrw Chichestcrs Citeuw. Rea ckoxs n.mf'mr Z
TNC ONraiNAfc. MO OIM
RESOURCES FOR TIN-PLATE PRO
Of course the first consideration
which suggests itself when the es
tablishment of a new industry is
contemplated is as to the resources
of the country in the way of pro
duction. If it is to be a manufac
tured article, inquiry is made as to
the extent of the raw material, its
adaptability to the purpose in view,
and its accessibility to railroads or
navigable water courses. These
questions have been often asked
with reference to tin-plate produc
tion, and the answers, in each par
ticular, bear out the men who con
tend that this industry, with the
tariff protection afforded at present,
can be established here and devel
oped sufficiently to be made self-
sustaining eventually without any
especial favors from our laws.
The fuel for the tin-plate pro
ducers is abundant, the iron ore
from which the steel sheets are
made is obtained in practically ex-
haustless amounts ( in many . parts .' V
w H AT JOHN BULLSAYS.
Pre ident Harrison's copyright
proclamation is received in Lug-
land with only too charcterist ic mi
gracioustiess. "Not of much use to
us after all," is the general tone.
The conditions are onerous, groans
one critic. The act is intended for
the protection of the American
printer, growls another, ignoring
the fact that the American printer
was tolerably well protected before.
"Its primary object," says this wise
and well-mannered writer, "appears
to be to protect the American att
thor, the American printer, and the
American papermakers." "Sup
iidkc it were, are British acts of
i - - '
Parliament designed, as a rule' to
protect British interests or foreign
interest? Seldom, indeed, is the
Briton capable of seeing things
from any point of view but his own
Then there is plenty of the old
scolding about piracy. Truly an
amiable way of welcoming a law
which extinguishes piracy. Kven
the Times, which ought to be above
these petty views, is now saying,
"If ten votes.outof onehundredjwere
carried by consideration of justice
and conscience, thirty were carried
by a regard for the interests of
American authors, and sixty by the
hop of promoting the trade interests
of American printer, pape-makers
and book-binders." John Bull, in
fact, is of the opinion that he
ought to be allowed to do printing,
as well as thinking, for $60,t)()0,OCO
Americans. He consoles himselfjby
believing that books for the Eng
lish market must still be printed in
England. He asks if English buy
ers are going to put up with an edi
tion of Tennyson or Froude where
they will have to read "theater" and
other solecisms. Truly, I do not
think they will, nor need they, even
were the book printed in America.
Not all American printers print in
Websterese. We have to endure, it
is true, seeing Webster's caprices
and vulgarities set down to our
account, as if, they were American,
which they are not. We have to
endure also such reproaches as I
have quoted, but we have perform
ed an act of justice in an honorable
manner, and the churlishness of the
English conerns the English, not
us. New York Tribune.
List ot Letters.
Remaining unclaimed in the Post
Office at Plattsmouth. July 8,
1S91, for the week ending Jul 1:
Garrison, Mary A
McGuyer, Miss Al.ce
McCoy, J J
Pigjjott. Wm H
Mathews. A M
Persons calling for any of the
above letters will please say "ad
vertised." H. J. Stkeight, P. M
"Frosted Cream," the latest and
greatest drink of the age, at Gerihg
cines will b
r natent rned-i
' wn & Bar
From , tbie
A Pearce ,;w-'
their ' sum'
cost' in' c
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EC KURDS S ROOT
Tne pioneer ineicliant of
Carry a full i-tik of miurni
inerrlioml isn wliic It tlifysi-11 very
rliw. Hitr'ici-t price paid for
hU kinds of fiirru p-oduce. (Jen
clous tre;ttiiieiitniil f.iir dealing
i- tlie s.-4'iet of ollf SUCCCHH.
Gil AS L s.OOT.
f!. I Tl - NKI'KASKA
0-iVi'al stock .:il.l in SV t,
Aiithorixod Capital, $100,000.
: NK CA'tfcfTU. .)'S. A. f 'ON No If
'.'r.'-HiilHiit. V ;-I'r-'xi 'i n
V. H n'SlliV!. IVtHhir.
''I'Hik (.'Hrii'tfi A . CuMiiar, J-. ll. i 1 1 '
I. XV. .Inhrii'oii. linnry i-ck,.ii'tin o'l .if.i
V. I. Mi-iliiiiii. In. '.Vet'ijralK!, W.
We pay no rent 1
You 1 1 on' tfpny r
wii' ii you buy i
TliO best SOJ'
5 COIlNl t
n:4NSACTS:A gekekal bamim uusines
(H.-s 0Mt:lliMts of fW'jio-its Ix-niini; intfr-(-i
Huvs ana ht-ll ext-li;uin'. cnunly and
1Q lO 17 HI IZ 1l C2 1 7 AT
HAVE THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITY.
EVERYTHING - FREEH - AND - IN - SEASON
We want your Poultry', Kgrs, IJut
ter and your farm produce of all
kinds, we will pay you the highest
cash price as we are buying for a
tirn in Lincoln.
in.Ar.ii.ii in T,
rvi.u LINK' (
TOBACCO AND SMOKI
aiwayn in Htork. N",
F. If. KI.LK.NIIAUM,
The best of fresli meat alwt
in this market. Also V
Kjrrs and' IJutter.
Wild pime of all kinds kept :
.. ai SIXTH STKKET .
THK LKADING GKOCKKS
Plattsmouth - - Nebraska
The 5th St. Merchant '
Keeps a Full Uu! of .
Consult Your lntnr)Ht by iivini HZ
IPle,t t 3 - o rl
....vW nmn -i -Tina tiii tntm n "a
Cajstoria is Dr. S&mual Pitcher's prescription for T
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morp
other Narcotic substance. It is a harm lees mr'
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty yer
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worr
fererishnees. Castoria prevents vomitta
cures Diarrhoea and TVind Colie. Csr
teething troubles, cures constipation"
Castoria aesimilates the food, regru?'
and bowels, giring healthy and T
toria is the Children's panacea t
dren. KMMMkae repwtBdr Md ( r
goodttetirpo thaar cMidram. v ...
OutoriA if the lMar
which I s i f "
ol the country, e tin or?.""'
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