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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1891)
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yUBLE WALL POCKET.
ju Msha th Commodious sod 11 fl
. ly ArtUlU Koootl.
U fntrruvin,? lUiistrnbr-s . com-
.iloin and decorative wall pocket
ik , no le'1lh of
r smooiniy covered with dark
,. iiU The pocket an. ,1M of
.Hx.ar, ..monthly ooj on the
1. With g-reen Mk Bnd th
A Piile-sr..ld .Ilk, on which a pretty
i U done 1 ontline ,titch ,k.wee
Prof. Ewlno l-oft.
The Omaha Hee of to-day tr '
that C. C. Ewinfr, against whe
complaint charging him wi '
duction whs filed, left very l
for parts unknow n. It hop'
he whh discharged n few rf
but another warrant
worn out and before '
nerved Vwing could f
, pormn wall pwkf.t.
ths pockets and the back are Inserted
Korea of the green ailk to give spring'
and depth to the pocket. Kibbona
drawn through hole raale near the up
per corners and prettily bowed are used
to suspend the wall pocket The de
signs may be done in water colors or
with pen and ink, or a pretty piece of
cretonne may be. ose.L Any of the
fancy silks or reps, cretonne, plush,
velvet, etc., may be used InsU-sd of
Ilk. Hutu-rick's Delineator.
EGGS FOR THE SICK.
Is Itoslpoa Which Will f-rovs at Interns
to Mmmj Ifonorliorpon.
Dyspeptic and Invalids who cannot
digest eggs cooked In any ordinary
tnauner should try mma of the follow
ing: 1. Set a kettle of water over the Are.
'When it boils remove to the aink and
place the eggs to U cooked in the ket
tle Immediately, letting them remain
fifteen minutes or longer. There must
be a liberal quantity of water.
i. 8ek half a ben of gelatine In two
rwps of water fifteen mlnuU-s, then add
wo enps of hot water or hot milk, two
"beaten eggs, sugar and flavoring, fctlr
well and put In a cool place. In case all
Is nwd lemon juice may be added.
. Btlr together two enps of milk,
two-third of a cup of floor, put over the
Are and ciititinuo stirring till cooked.
Then remove frtmi tho fire and add one
or two eggs, sugar, salt and flavoring,
beaten well together
. 1'repnre suit oxlfish a for the
table, with thickened milk gravy, and
"best Into It one or more egg according
to the quantity
8. I'nt one cup of boiling water Into
pint bowl, break In an egg, and whisk
rapidly for a minute, then add sugar
and flavoring. This 1 to be used iu
place of grnel a a change. Do not
pour the tmi ling water on the egg, but
follow the directions.
The advantage of Recipe 3, I and 4
Is that raw rgjf can bo eatrn by the
Invalid without a knowledge of the fact
on his purt
4. The most delicious way of prepar
ing a raw egc, when it can be borne by
the stomach, Is to leut It well with one
tablchpoon each of sweet cream and
sugar, with a bit of flavoring. It may
''lie eaten with bread or biscuit. W. V.
Heath, in Kami and Home.
Cl Kaihk cixtern water with powdered
TAVioji and uitml.
Heat, skim and seal up fruit juloeslo
bottles without sweetening and keep
for summer drink.
St A hi H the tablecloths slightly; It
will give them a new look, and besides
they will keep clean much lunger.
IT is said thut thu unptcawtnt smell
of newly-painted wooilwork may be
lessened by setting pails of fresh
water about In the room.
A gtASrtTV of stock articles In the
kitchen should be prepared at one time.
l)ry beans may be kept pinked over,
potatoes washed, raislne seeded, eta.
Or.D newspuers will put the An Lulling
touch to newly-cleansed silver knives
and fork ami tinware better than any
thing else. Uub them well and make
perfectly dry Newspapers are excel
lent to polish stoves.
A aoou plan for keoping batter eool
and aweet in summer is to fill a bo
with sand to within an Inch or two of
the top, sink the butter jars In the
and, then thoroughly wet the sand
with cold water. Cover the boi air
tight The boi may be kept In the
kitchen and used ssa table.
Whr the face la usually pal bathe
It In tepid water, robbing briskly with
a Turkish toweL Then apply every
day tlie following preparation: Four
ouncee of rose water, two ounce of
glyoerln and one ounce of diluted
liquid ammonia. Rub It well Into the
akin for about three minute and then
wipe off with a soft tuwel.
Fur Taking Oat f roa ftosl.
Dip the spot In a strong solution of
tartaric acid and expose to the inn.
Wet th article In warm snda, rub the
pot with ripe tomato juice, expose to
the hot sunshine until nearly dry, then
wssh in another anils.
' Onion Crone Car.
Pure onion jtilce will- eore croup In
the first stair Cut the onion fine, put
In cloth, pound with a hammer, ant1
aqur. Into a small dish) sweeten, a:
jrfve until It produces vomiting
It hn been evi''
that Prof. C. (
. 1. 1,..
BrtHuiuc contr '"""
A ... o..i...,.i .....i
courne in niiry' '
Jic(roti.itioI)(S hHv,",rn l'-'vliJf fr
wime time-witli' "M,n,,,,M "llc-c
" Hit! UtiiUAi('li:'l"tki"," ""'
cmplo.y'iiiPnf "r a cmn im-icii t in-
Mtriictor. ,e Brt "'" "uuiiuiu'c
thut the -,our'l educntiiin met
)M )M.ning; and enifiloy i-d I'rof.
Wnyn iuHraveM, m gnuliiiite of a
UjKiichh Collect at liij; Kapidnund
a .tirher of expi-rii-nce. Hi; cornea
(i uh well recommended uuddoulit-
ih the credulity of the hoard Iihh
not been impoMed upon thi-4 lime.
It in the intention to have every
thing in running order by Oct. 5,
and iiiHtruction will he furninhcd in
elocution, biiHin cex, Hrithuu-tic,
hook-keeping and himineMH corrt-H-pondence.
A night nnd day e
Hion will he maintained.
It in earnt-Htly hoped that the
Kidt-walkw will be repaired iih or
dered by. the city council. It in
Hiirlily iitiporrnnt (li;t hcy be kept
in good condition.
Hiik.v -To Mr. and Mrn. Hyron
Clark, a girl. Hyron thinka that ere
hIic in old enough to vote the con
Htitutiou will provide for woman
HufTragc. and that we are certain of
another republican vote.
Willing to riih BIdiskIu
As the train waa about palling oat ot
the Union depot Sunday most excel
lent yonng tnun handed ont slip bearing
the title, "Where Khali We Oo tm bun
day?" A yonng fellow got otie Of these
and waa jtm entering the car when a
lady stopped him.
"Have yon read that slip?"
-Well, what do you think of ltT
'It's ail right mam." said he, politely
raising bia hat
'The you're not goiog off with this
"Most awtiredly; yea'm."
'Why not remain at home and attend
"I wonld be of no use. mam. 1 cautmt
"Hut others can."
"Hint's all right, mam? But I can't
talk In meeting."
"Others can talk for yon."
"And I can't pray"-
Oh, we'll pray for yon'
'And I can li.ili I'm a big tneeeh at
"Ah, let other do yonr fishing for
"Ah, nomiunl I'm no coward, what
ever 1 am. I want cuhody lost on my
accor.ct Therefore Hi go as! do my
own fishing These oor. Ignorant ex
cnrsioniBts riM their souls Tor me? Not
much, mam Neverf
And he politely stepped on board and
was gone. Colurnhn Hat
rinured In lh Ksbolllon.
It baa been stated that the last horse
thut sniffed the powder of the great re
bellion died a short time ago, but Oeor-e
Mortimer, a farmer, who reside near
Arlington. Va.. nr l.e can tmng relia
ble neighbors to prove thut the old bay
horse which he own and every two
weeks drive into town not only followed
the Union army for some timeovur the
bill and throngn the valleys of Vir
ginia, but was cnylurvd aud branded tiy
the Confederate and remained in their
poneesmon nntil the battle of Berkeley
Spring waa fought, when the involun
Ury rtTirgada was rcci,turo4 by Hi
Then the four footed warrior went
through the reuialulr of the struggle
with the stamp of twd armie on bi
id. Hi owner slate that when be
was purchased in lbOl be wa 10 year
old. so tht forty inmmrri and forty
winter have passed over bi now tootb
Itwa bend. Hi partner in burnt t re
puted to be U year old. bnt bi life bat
been only an ordinary one, and in per
sonal appearance be is far below the
war horse. Washington bur
An enthusiastic fisherman iu Connec
ticut enjoy the sport without acriflclug
any of bi bonis comfort. Hi residonce
la on th Williuiantio river. From
back window he ha strung a wire across
to th top of a tree. Just over a very
good "fishing hole" he La blocked the
wire, and with carrier and a reel he
slide hi bulled hook, tinker and lint
down tbe wire to tht block. The con
tact release the reel, and a It unwinds
the baited book drop Into tht water
and "Diliing". begins. Sitting at borne
he ran bwi tbe nibble and bite, and a
quick morion secure bit prey and polls
it along th wire to the house. I'hilmlel
A deKislt of what Is known a "foil
flour" haa teen recently discovered In
Maine which will resist the ertion of
acid, alkalies aud oil aud is a remarka
ble nonconductor ol beat It will be
used In th uiauufactnre of rubber
good. It couUins W percent of pure
silica, and when uiiutd it come out a
fine powder. New York Time.
Mr Frederick nrdwick, on of South
nlncy'i wll known cltiretit. U away
on brief trip, and what le quite re
niHrksble I that tint I the flmt time
since lie bs been married (seventeen
rears) that bt has been away from bn
ifeer nigliUnincy (Mas.) Ledger
yTOt fODitf iMf BM H M.
y TIME TAELE. J
OH DAILT J'ASfKN(iKK TKA1A8
tin. 2 6: Mr. a
So. 4 irat.il.
No. T ; 44 p. ui
Ho JO ; f . in
Nn. In u .14 1. M
No. W S :9Ul. II
Nil 't, .
. S a. di.
..6 :'.'6 p. iu
.. :'.'!! a. si.
. t : p, m .
. s p. m,
. 11 :(l6il. SI.
MUIOVKI I'AliriC UAH.YTAY
Trillin dnily eieept
.. 10 Iri s si,
. . . 4 ,un V- ni.
N. 34 AeursJation Irf-iivi.
OK l-YIHIAH lisillltlet l.'"lll'
M'-pt- I'Veiv w i'i!i:-nliv eveiiliic
si tliclr h M in l-Hi'iin-ie rsix nioi-K; All vie
llliiK knililn nn- .(iidl.i ly IiivM.mI to Kltend
t).C. Mii'ituill. (.'. C ; ' tl tuiv-y, K. H. H.
IX Nil.' 47
YljL'Mi MhN'HiUKl.VllfiN MOiCIATKIM
W sternum bl"ik tnln flrri't. Koonm
niieii (nun :Mi in In s ; V in; For men only
(impel meat'iiK every Humlsy alti-runnii at i
AO IT. W s. 1eeU firvt sml llilitl frldny
evejliin n( nu ll nionlhiitl) A II. Hull
In li kouk 1. 1 k l liil.k Vmmilyeii, M. W.
1 1, V hia-inile, Heeuriit-r.
A 0 I'. W. Kn. M-Meets ienil aiid leurtll
KrniJiV vki'Iimih in ilie iniiiiui i. A. K.
hull in Km kwnod lilixik, K.J. .MniKHn, M W,
r, P, HniKli, Heiuinler,
Cm. Hell Nil lfttl.
Melt ut Hit- K.i.t I' hull In lh.' Psimele &
Criln block liver li'n lieu A lulu, vlnlrlns
lirethri'n Invlli-d Henry llernll, lfeut ;
i lies w aiiuiK. necrf ioiv.
'AK l.lilMiH. No. I4. I. . I). P. nii-ets ev
rv Tui'rilHV nltht M their hull III Fltzirersld
tiiork. AlKldu helliiHK are corrilnlly Invited
hi lend when vtit!uK In I V cuy. J ( cry.
J. I, s. w.HrniKe. necreiary.
I'LACKS OK WOKSII11'.
CATinii.i;.-(t. Psiil'i f'hurrh. sk. between
Fitlli slid Kluth. Kullier I'H'iiev. Pimtiir
S. rvleei : V i'.i ut iinil in :m a. M. Huliday
Hehnnl st 'l :.m. Willi peiiruicum..
rtHHiTiAir. l oriier l.jcunt sml Fliilith Hts,
Kervlces monilliK Slid evenlns. Klder J. R.
i'.efd, piMtnr. hiindy HcikmiI 10 a. m.
Kl-lHi'oi-AU-Ht buke't Churrh, corner Third
mid V ine. Kev II II. Hnre" pHtnr. Mer
vieen : II A. M. s .d 7 :iir M. Huudiiy Hcliool
st 2 :Jl V. M.
(iKMAH MSTHonisT. i rner Hlxlh Ft ssd
(Irmille. Kev. Illrt. 1'ai-tor. hervlcei : II a. m
Slid 7 M i: M. SnniiA) hchunl lo :.Ki A .
PrtKJOiVTKitiAS. l-eivlee In new church. cor
ner M lh snd (irmille sin. Ilev. J . T. ilnlrd
Im-lnr. humlsv-ne' mil st ,:v ; Presclilnx
st II u. ni.siid s p in.
1hV. K. H. J. F. of lhl rlinrch meetn eveiy
haliinilli eveiiinr st 7 :1ft mine iiwieiiieiii. ol
the rhuerli. All sie inviled tu allrnd Uiepe
Fihst MsTHOtiHT.-Hlxth Ht.. hetwnu Msln
sml Pearl. Ilev J, li M Huekner puncir.
Servleen ; l a. M., s i I-. M huiidst .icliool
:.IA M. Prsyrr nieetu g VI eilne vlny even
llriiHN Phkhbvtkki as. -Corner Main arid
Nlnih. Ilev Viltln, pnster. fervlces unusl
hourii. Hiinday ecuool v uw a. m.
Rwr-KiiKM oNir(iATloiAt. Ilrsnlte, be-
tnrrn Fifth snd Bulti.
C01.11KKI1 BAITIHT.-Mt. Olive, (ink. between
lenlli mid Kleventh lirv. A. lml ll. Dsn-
tnr. Hervleea 11 s. in. snd 7 :'.) p. III. i'rsyer
IneetlMU Wrilnetiluy eveliii g
Yol'NO MSN'S ClIMI'TIAK A KHOCI ATlllX
IIimiiih III V Slenimll bliM'k..Mnlll llreel. i,ok-
nel nieeiliur. (nr iiieL only, everv Hiiml iy si
temoon hi 4 o'cliH-k. llootn 0m-ii week dnyi
Irnin ;i a. in . lo : an p. ui.
Wiii th Paiik Taiikhnaixv - Ilev. .1. M.
Wood, I aninf. S. rvlc; Nui'ilny Hchoul,
ins in.; IreHClilnir, Us m. slid s p. iil
prayer liiettlim Tuemlsy nluhl ; eholr pmc
lice Flldiiy nU'lit All are welcome.
Jurlue Broody Lionlinoo.
judjfe iiroiidy fuiM mitiiicil tin
t'liiiiruiiiii of the democratic central
committee thut lie declines to
accept the nomination to the
supreme jtulcHliip tendered by the
convention. It in doubtful juet
wlmt course the tuirty will next
pursue. They iniiy conclude to eat
cold crow yet utid indoree lvlg;crtoii,
kvv. Muckiirr inforniM us that he
will iicc (iinpitiiy his hiiuMt-hold
jtikmIh to ti i h new home nt Hebron
to-morrow cvciiinir, hut Mr.
Huekner will rcuiaiil in I'hittninoiith
a Cure for Paralvsi.
Frank t'nriicliiia, of l'urct-11. Irul.
Tcr., nays: "1 induced Mr. riimon,'
whorie wile had arnlyni in the dice
to buy a bottlo f-f ('haiiiherljiin'
I'niil IIhIiii. To their icernt eupriMc
In-fore the bottle hml all been uncd
ehe was a great deal licttcr. Her
lace had been drawn to one side;
but Hie Pain Halm relieved all
pain and HoretiesK. and the mouth
.iHMiimcd its natural shape." It is
iIho a certain cure for rlictiniiitixin
lame back, HprairiH swelling ami
hirtiencMS. !V) cent boltie" lor wile
by K. (J. Krickc-At'o., IrruRistH.
Wll' Nerve and Liver Pill.
Act ou a new principle regtilaMiiu
the liver, iloDiach and Imwcls thtougli
the nerves. A Hew discovert. If. Miles'
fills speedily cure bilio'isuess, I mo tste,
torpid liver, piles, euii4pstion. L'ne
(jusli'd fot men, wmnen, cluldrvu.
Hinsllest. mildest, uret! ftn doses, 8.1c.
Bnmpla fn-e a K. (i. Krirke & Cu's.
We have sold Kly' C'rcHin Halm
about three yearn, and have re
commended its line lu more than a
hundred special chhch of catarrh.
The iinaninioiiH HimwVr to our in
quiries iH,"lt's the best remedy thai
I haveever iiHed." Our experience
Im, thai where inrties coiilinued its
use, it never fails) to cure, J. II.
Moiitironn-ry, A Co.. Drum- itn, He-
When I began usinu- KIv'k ( ream
lialm Illy catairh was so bud I had I
headache the whole time and die
charg:ed n larpe iiinoiint of lilihy
matter. Th;it ha iilnmx) entirely
diMiippeared and have mil had In-mint
In- science, J. Sommei s.Slepliiicy,
Some of the iiiohI Htartliug, in
teretin diHcovcrieH of the lile ami
cuetums of buried Kgypt are now
being; nwide through extensive enca
vattioiiH. These discovericM are
escitingf h ureal inlerent. Many
discoveries are, however, being;
tniide in our country that are re-marknbli-,
amoti; which we may
mention that ol Hnllcr'H 1'ain Para
lyner which etTectri entire relief, and
in ninny cases u complete cure ol
that terrible disense rlieuimitiHiii,
and which also relieves pain of all
kinds. For hiiU- by all druggist
J 0 E g:
THE LEADING AND ONLY ONE PRICE CLOLHIER
' IS WAITING FOR YOU.
IS waiting to show you his new goods
can be bought.
and to let you know how cheap they
HA8 THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
In line in Chbb Countjr. You will not Le nblo to buy cheaper Wes Chi
cago when you take quality and price in conmderation.
Only buyn the mt make and latest noveltiea in
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
HATS, CAPS ETC.
And if you are looking for a reliable place to trade give JOE a trial.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, PLATTSMOUTH.
INTERN ATI O N AX
A llili'lly Brut cln Km. Iiliif. fully oortxii
l. Msaln Irnm I he vi-ry lrt u.ole ruU b
tkllii-U nrkmeii, snd silli tlis licat l"ol UI
hsve evt-r rmn ili-vi-nl for !! iiurimw. W s
muted tu rln nil that esn Im rrsxuiiklily rs
peeted of tlie very best ivpewrlter eitsiit
Cspslile l wrliinK IK' words -r nilniii im
mure seenrdln Ui tlis sbllily n( tbs otM-rslnv
The only implement dealer who Iihk made
a BiiceenB in Cms Com,-
rp MK best of harness, both double and miitfle mav be f...,H . !
1 sh.reand everything in the harnesH line ..Uo bRKieH and c.irri,, .,
which are hrst-class in every fcpect, bein the lightest, HtronK,.Kt V '
easicHt riding vehicles on earth.
If tliers i no siii-nt In viiur town sddraM Ui
TIIK PAHISlI M'rii OO.
A. Rents osnted Fsrlsb M, T.
F. H. 8EKLRMIHK, AksdI.
('apt. V. A. Ablx-tl, who haa lonir
toen with Messrs. I'recivnl Mini
llattiiii, Ki-ul Kstatcand Insurance
Brokers, Dcs Monies, Iowa and is
one of the best known and niont re.
spected btisiui-HM men iu that city
says: 'l can teslily to the n'ood
oiialiliee of Cliiiinborlain's t onsil
v'cniedy. Havinif used it in my
family for the past ciht years, I
can safely say it has no eipial for
either colds or croup." .'VI cent hot
ties for sale by I-', (i. Kricke .V t'o.,
K. W. Sawyer, of Rochester, Wis.,
a prominent dealer in jrcueral
merchandise, and who runs severnl
peddling wii'oiih, had one of his
hors.iM badly cut and burned with a
lariat, The wound refused to heal.
The horse became lame and si iff
nowwithstandiriK careful attention
and the application of remedies. A
friend handed Sawyer some of
Mailer's Harb Wire I.ineuieut, the
most wonderful tiling ever saw to
heal such wounds. He applied it
only three times: and (he sore was
completed lit-ah-d. Kiiiallv ood
for nil sors. cuts, bruses, and
WHiinds. For side by nil drmjuiet
IU' "TANA In
evfi I eiilltv Id ni't s
sirPrlv lfeeef Ive unilrr "in In -r run nn.
ie"il e." l..r i:iriii'iilir. vs A I II I M. InN
PtTKCTIfK AUKM , Inn 7T, Wsnhliilnn,
j At.,u nave liirc li f s Imiier, Jioiiuc, Hum and terlinjr waRoi'
X Spriui; waoiiH, road carts, aud plows of nil discription.
IS OUK C031l'LETK STOCK OP
IADIE8 fU SHOES i
We rive yon the following deep cut in price:
Ladies Fine (ilazed nonohi f-'.'.'.T shoes reduced to
l.ndics DonoU Kid Klexilile S-' .VIstioe reduced to
Ladies Hest Donyoln lf'UHl shoes reduced to
Ladies Hand Turimd best Dorolu H(I0 shoe reduced to
FOE THIRTY DAYS ONLY
Wc luivr m jcreiit in.niy owr Hiunjlr lotrt of oijcj Hizn that wr ;t ,t;
In orderto reduce our slock to meet our obligation.
W e ulna have a few lots of Ladies Oxford, that we will sell at reduce .' ",
price. Pon't forget the place. ,!
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