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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1891)
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J. IK RAVES &
DE A LER3 IN PINE LUMBEK.
SHINGLES, L.A.TFT, SASH.
DOORS, KLlNDsj.and all huil.liiiK material
Call and sec us at the corner of
HI th and Elm street, one block
north of Hciscl's mill.
Everything to Furnish Your House.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Having tmrchased the J. V. AVcckbach store room on south
Main street where I am now located I can sell goods cheap
er than the cheapest having just put in the largest stock
of new goods ever brought to the city. Gasoline stoves
and furniture of all kinds sold on the installment plan.
WILL KEEP CONSTANT 1 -Y ON HAND
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Com pounded at all Hours
ARE YOU - GOING -
ie e member that R. O. Castle &
LUMBER AND ALL BUILDIDG MATERIAL
And Guarantee Satisfaction in all Tilings
R. O. CASTLE & CO
ELY BROTHERS. 64 Warren
as white as tfe sun
as sod as beguiy
Ifietiina that Will do it.
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you never wm rue u.
TO - BUILD - THERE?
Co have an immense stock of
IVE CURE. ASg&gSI
New York. t r m
talks with a drawl and a nasal whine
and. emphasizes her words in a peculiar
Her enemies said that she inflicted the
troubles she foretold, her friends that she
vhs a surprising medium through which
the future revealed itself. She undoubt
ed hit the truth iu many instances.
For example, she hapjened to lie at a
lady's house in her travels and ujou
ojning her look declared that a coffin
appeared between her lines. Iler hearer
was visibly affected, because one of her
sous was away at the war.
"No." said Arm, divining her thought,
"he will not die in battle. lie will choke
There was but one way to do this, so
thought his mother. He would be cap
tured and hanged as a spy.
Despites the dictates of her reason she
ffrieved for her son. A month later she
heard that he had died in a southern hos
pital of diphtheria.
A poor man lost his coat. lie could
ill afford such a loss, for he had no
other. All through the summer it was
searched for, and when fall came and
he felt the need of it he walked a few
miles to hear what Ana could tell him
"It hangs in a dark place upon a knife
stack in the wall," she read from her
Upon renewed search it was found at
the house of his sister-in-law, and sure
enough it hung upon the butcher knife
behind the closet door. The sister-in-law
had left it there when she went
from home the spring before. Virginia
Cor. Chicago News.
A Beautifully Dressed Han.
"Eurekal 1 have found it!" as some
body cried when he found out something
aices ago as he took his morning tub.
The thing I found was a beautifully
dressed man. He did not burst on my
view glorious iu cuffs and collars. He
was not in Life Guardsman uniform, nor
was he artistically undressed for the ten
nis court. Possibly he was not one of
the "upper ten," for he was riding in an
omnibus near Victoria, and i gathered
from his conversation that he was going
to his work; but whoever he was his
tailor was an artist to make "a thing of
beauty," and therefore, according to
Keats, "a joy forever," out of a man
whose personal advantages consisted of
youth, good health and blue eyes.
The tailor took these eyes for his key
note, so to speak, and produced a sym
phony in light electric blue. A suit of
smooth serge repeated the color of the
eyes. The ground of the shirt was an
octave higher, and the pattern an octave
lower in tone. The necktie struck the
keynote again, while the highest note
of all was represented by a small, but
very blue steel chain. Bronze hat and
shoes, to match the hair, completed a
costume which was simply perfect. It
was with much difficulty we refrained
from asking his tailor's address. Cor.
Why Ho Was Eccentric.
Once upon a time 1 came under the
banner of British eccentrics. I paid a
visit to Crete, a Turkish island by the
Levant, and, not finding the hotel of the
capital to my luind, with the aid of some
kindly intermediaries, I hired a house in
the country, and went thither to take up
my abode alone. To make matters
worse, it was at an epoch when the
island was disturbed by revolt. The
Turkish regiments were being increased
by new levies, and great was the activi
ty on the various military exercising
grounds outside Canea and Candia, the
two chief towns.
However, nothing serious came of it,
and I am free to confess that 1 enjoyed
my unconventional bivouac none the less
for the flavor of excitement that this out
break in the island lent to it. .
"How original 1 Just like an English.
man!" remarked one of the officers of the
Austrian ironclads at that time anchored
with the international fleet in Suda bay.
Yet, I believe, as a matter of fact, that
he and some of his brethren envied me
my residence. All the Year Round.
On of Twain's Stories.
Here is a story Mark Twain recently
told an English interviewer who wanted
to learn all about American humor: "A
clergyman in New York was requested
by a man to come over to Brooklyn to
officiate at his wife's funeral. The clergy
man assented, only stipulating that there
must be no delay, as he had an impor
tant engagement the same day. At the
appointed hour they all met in the parlor.
The room was crowded with sobbing peo
ple. The clergyman stood up over the
coffin and began to read the service, when
he felt a tug at his coat tails, and bend
ing down he heard the widower whisper
in his ear, We ain't ready yet.'
"Rather awkwardly, he sat down in a
dead silence. Presently he arose again,
and the same thing took place. A third
tima he arose, and the same thing oc
curred. 'But what i3 the delay? he
whispered back; 'why are you not ready?
She ain't all here yet,' was the very
ghastly and unexpected reply; 'her stom
ach's at the apothecary's.' " San Fran
Where Wild Bananas Are Found.
Are there no varieties of bananas wild?
Yes, some have beeia found in Ceylon,
Cochin China and the Philippines.
These of course have seeds, but they are
inferior to the long, cultivated varieties.
The banana is cultivated by suckers, and
it is in this way that the literal plant
perpetuates itself indefinitely. In Cen
tral Africa you may find thousands and
thousands of plants that literally have
in them the germ and life of ten thou
sand years' duration. Goldthwaite's
An Unfailing: Sign.
"How do yon distinguish the members
of the Four Hundred?"
"By their long parses ?xnd their long
ears." New York Epoch.
. llUnuilliUrt too Olicit )v 1 mil w i n o,
and parents their children, to nufifer
from headache, dizziness, neuralgia
H'eeph'Hsnes, fits, nervoiisnessnesH,
when by the it.se of Dr. M ile' 1V
Htorativt Nervine such serious re
sults could easily be prevented.
I)rnists everywhere say it drives
universal satisfaction and has an
immense sale. Woodworth .V Co.,
of Fort Wayne, Intl.; Snow it Co.. of
Syracuse, N. Y.; J. C. Wolf. Hillsdale.
Mich.; and hundreds of others say:
"It is the great es seller they ever
knew." It contains no opiates. Trial
bottles ami line book on Nervous
diseases, free at F. (1. Fricke Ac Co's
We desire to say to the citizens,
that for years we have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption. Dr. King's New Life Pills
Hucklen's Arnica Slave and Klectrie
Hitters, and have never handled
remedies that sell as well, or that
have given such universal satisfac
tion. We do not hesitate to guar
antel them every time, and we stand
ready to refund the purchase price,
if satisafaetory results do nut follow
there there uae. These remdies
have won there graat popularity
purely on therr merits F. G. Fricke
Ac Co Druggists.
I am an old man nnd have been a
constant sufferer with catarrh for
the last ten years. I am entirely
cured hy the use of Fly's Cream
Halm. It is strange that so simple
a remedy will cure such a stubborn
disease. Henry Hillings, U. S. Pen
sion Attorney, Washington, D. C.
For eight years I have suffered
from catarrh, which affected my
eyes and hearing; I have employed
many physicians without relief. I
am now on my second bottle of
Kly's Cream Halm, and feel confi
dent of a complete cure. Mary C.
Thompson, Cerro Gordo, 111.
A Saf' investment.
Ic one which is guaranteed to
bring you satifaotary results, or in
case of failtiree a return of purchase
price. On this safe plain you can
buy from our advisertise Druggist
a boltleof Dr. King.s New Discrvery
for consumption. It is guaranteed
to bring relief in every case, when
used for any affection of Throat,
Lungs, or chest, such as Consum
ption, Inflammation of Lungs HroiC
chitis' Asthma, Whooping Cough,
Croups. ets., etc. It is pleasant and
gareeable to taste, perfectly safe
and Trial bottles free at F. G. Fricke
A: Co' s Drugstori.
There has been but one new
Summer drink brought out this
season- It is Cherry Phosphate
and is dispensed from Hrown &
Harretts fountain. tf
Two years ago the Haller Prop.
Co.' ordered their bottles by the box
now they buy by the carload.
Among the popular and succeseful
remedies they prepare is Hallcr's
Sarsaparilla & Hurdock which is
the most wonderful blood purifier
known. No druggist hesitates to
recommend this remedy.
For sale by druggist.
The Way an Artist Reasons.
Here is a characteristic story about
the great Parisian man milliner: A lady
of high position once ventured to remon
strate with the great man because he
had charged her 120 for a ball dress.
"The material," she Baid, "could be
bought for twenty pounds, and surely
the work of making up would be well
paid with five pounds more."
"Madam," replied the milliner, in his
loftiest manner, "go to M. Meissonier,
the painter, and say to him, 'Here is a
canvas, value a shilling, and here are
colors, value four shillings. Paint me a
picture with these colors on that canvas
and I will pay you one and threepence.'
What will he say? He will say, 'Mad
am, that is no payment for an artist.'
1 6ay more. I say, if you think my
terms too high,, pay me nothing and
keep the robe. Art does not descend to
the pettiness of the higgler." London
A dog at Bern crept into a counting
house when the owner's back was turned,
and after stealthily appropriating 250
francs in notes, scampered off with them
and laid them at his own master's feet.
The habitual fishermen of Boston har
bor say that the recent naval commotion
there caused all the fish to strike out for
deep water, and that they are slow about
The celebrated military balloon works
in Paris has produced an aerial "torpedo
boat," of which one has been bought by
the Russian government. The trials will
The oldest living ex-member of the
cabinet is James Campbell, of Philadel
phia, who was one of President Pierce's
secretaries. He is a lively old. man of
Constantly keeps on hand everything
you need to furnish your house.
CORNER StXTU AND MAIN STREET
Plsltsrrcut - Neb
I was a constant iu t i u,,,
ana liver complaint. I doctored a long
time and the medicines irescrlled. In nearly
every case, only aKgravaled Uie dUraae.
An apothecary advised tue to u.k Ayrr's
fS.trsaparllla, J did so, and was cured
at a cost of ffx, Bluro that time It lias
Ix-on my family medicine, and sickness lias
ln'come s slraiiKcr to our household. I
hflleve It to be the. beM medicine on earth."
1. K. McNulty, Ilackiuan 2 Summer st,,
Is a certain cure, when the complaint origi
nates in impoverished blood. " I was a
great sufferer from a low condition of the
Mood and genera! debility, becoming finally,
so reduced that I was unlit fnr work. Noth
ing that I did for the complaint helped mo
so much as Ayer's Sarsaparilla, a few bottles
of which restored me to health and strength.
I take every opportunity to recommend tills
medicine in similar cases." C. Kvick, 14 K.
Main St., Chillicothe, Ohio.
And an disorders originating in impurity of
the Mood, such as boils, carbuncles, pimples,
blotches, salt-rheum, scald-head, scrofulous
sores, and the like, take only
DB. J. C. AYEB A CO., Lowell, Iff ass.
Prlo $1 ; sii bottles, $6. Worth M bottle.
217, 221 and 22 Main St.,
lattsmouth, - Nebraska.
H. M. BONS. Proprietor
eiioviti I t r . nil
in rc it the
h- ix-en thnrouubly
le.sT hot!- it) tilt- wtutt
ii- i.-.rd-T. will tU
M.50 nnd ui'.
tin- ' Ic at
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
AnpBip0mk"llOI" Ot--T. net on
Wil 111 my "retit. Itelt- I'.riiHhe-, Curler
& medicines. Hinplen Irve. v rite now. l)r
Bridginan, :I7 1 U'way N Y.
wv j.(a KS.cr:
Package mskes 6 gallons. LMioious. sparkling, au.t
appetizing. Sold by all dealers. A beautiful Pict ura
titxik and cards sent FHEK to any one sending
address to the O.K. HIRES CO.. Philadelphia, Fa,
CleanM and be&utitfet the hair.
ProiitoU a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to Restore Oray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cures fioalp diwaae hair tailing.
ffrr. and at lru(rgta
. V-1;1. l't,t!i:y, lMlicstii Fain, Take in time. 5ct.
!VK'wR.WS, The only s'jrecurr-tor Coma,
Rheumatism. nenraJirtji. nlnariHv ana lumharui
carvu Bt onge. tr en m n e inrum oy bji irufirpriKirT
, ..E1",Glf"'- GCNOINE. Ttoolrre,8re,ii.1rW,,Pi;i lr mt.
l-MIla, ok Dnjcm for (.Mdudir i AutU Diamond Brafid id K.ti n l nM-L.il jly,
11 put. ia (ManLoud ". pink wrapper., are dwigervua FMiaterftta. At Onurgiau. or
.Vr ,nr .WW""."", wunioiiuli, and "HrM tar Ldufiot," m Luer, b, reiare
Sold ! aU Local Ur-cglat.
Castoria is Dr. S&mucl Pitcher's praMrlptkm fov JvAmia
and Children, it contains neither Opiam, Homytohm nor
other Xarcotic substance. It k a lrarailsss suhsMtBte
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use hy
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prerents vomiting Sour Cud,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency
Castoria assimilates the food, regulate; the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's panaceathe Mother's Friend.
"Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Methers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect npoo their ckildren."
Dr. G. C Osoogd,
" Castoria 1s the best remedy for children of
which I ar acquaint!. I hie tint day iwmot
f ar distant irhn motkers wiCeowifW the rml
interest of their cfaAdrao, aod use CaMoria in
stead of ta Tarious quack nostrums which are
destroying thsic loved ones, by toreksrosum,
morphine, soothing syrup aad other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby seeding
them to premature graves."
Dr. J. F. Kijtohixoe,
The Centaur Company, 77
A utrlotly first ca rnaHilne. ful'v warre-fT v
d. Made troin tho very best ins'erHl It - f
skilled workmen, ai d with the b nt tools t at
have ever been d-vl-ied for the- iuirix.se. Wff.
ranted to do all that ckii Iw reasonably eiav
i.' ft '' "f the very bot typewriter extant.
Caimble of wriUi.x i.v woids er mlmiie or
more. according to the. ability of I he operator.
lllhere is no aent in your town address the
THK PAltlall M'K'O CO.
Agents wanted Parish ti, V.
F. U. SEELEMIUK, Agent.
Waou and Blacksmith shop
Wagon, Hug;y, Machine and
ilow Kepairinu 'lone
HOK3K3IIOEINU A SPECIALTY
He uses the
Which is the lBt horgeHhoc for th
farmer, or for fast driving, or for cit)
purpoHos evor invented. It is bo mad
that anyone ci.n put on sharp or flat
corks, us needed for wet and tilippery
daya, or ntnooth, dry roadw. Call at
his shop and examine the nkvkksmp
tud you will use no other.
J. M. KHKKr.LHACKKK.
12 North Fifth Ht. Plattamouth
THE OLD RELIABLE.
i). A. WATERMAN k SOU
r i iiiimrn i
Shingles, Lath, Sash,
Can supply everw demand of the city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
Red Cross Diamond Bpand
" Ca-U W so vrU sdrl to chiHreo th4
I reeoesiij it assapssiBS spray paasCTtptiosy
kaowa to ins."
H. A. Aboscr, M. D. '
111 So. Ortm St., DrooUyn, N. T.
Our physicians in the children's deport
ment hare spc&e hisky of ttadr srperl
vaaa m. tfaair mutmAm piauUss wit) Caflsori,
and aJSaoisaJi we n r ssvre aaooag oar
medicai wppiasB what is toaowa as regnlar
producss, jvt we are five to confess that th
merits of Oantoria has won lis to look with
favor upon It. i
UNITED IIOSPITAI. i-VD 1 S SPHW SAKT,
Axxxh C. Smith, Pre
Murray Street, New Torlc Cit-
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