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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1891)
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i ICE IN COUUT HOUSR,
Wlesme nun retail
ST BRANDS OF CIGARS
" AND SMOKIES AltTIOUS
I always in stock
i: NATIONAL : HANK
, .. lo.oti.i
! rr b t fwtlltlea for the prorap'
Ii ? aa at a
Iwwli, KuM, KnTcrnmeiit and loeal
, mum ii1 aw.1. 1imi rf'l
-rut klinW't mi I I'e eertinestia)
ton, v.lhili 111 any pxrt ul Hit
, alet and all the principal twiu o!
IUNS MADS AMD !"H'PTI T Bn.
L avket p'lr pMd t"r Cmmty Wt-
ui, Bisi ana i ouinjr duihu.
' Fite-arold I). II 'wwortli
v.ui!h. v. K.wui;
l,eori;e B. love
urrM. H. Wmirk.
J President Ca Me,
r ' l.tU1H
I ,'ipsld 10
NKH A"K A
, (iruod Capital, IOO,000
I t orrKMuit .
; liAKHC'TH. .iuB. A. l lKO".
1 V. H. rl'HHINH. Jtii
t jlitti J. A. tnnuor. F.K. Iiuih i '' i
I 'Aiaon, Henry Kvli ,lotin O'Kiolt
I H. M-rhiB. Wm. wSwncsmp. W.
fplS'i GENERAL BAEIIN3 BOSINES
V, illflfil'' o( ilrpnalu tmarlnf Internal
and snlla Helmuts, artiuly and
i j nn r .K rdt'VTV
Cor M iln and fifth strrat.
, I'fl nnr
ilor Vice I'rmiiirfnl
laraoa. A.t I 4liirr
J.M PttroB, Krd (IrrdM
iih. K. R. Wtadkwn. B. ft. K&iiiM-f
CK4L BARS1RC BUSINESS
anil prmntit wtoutloiwlvmi m all bu-
nui4 W) It Cftf.
H Opnd up Th
Fioeat. Mianisi, Cuainei-
IN THE CITY
Where may be found choice wines
liquors and cigars.
ANnEUSEU DUSCII BEER.
HASS ALB WHITE LABEL,
alwuys on hand.
' CORNER OP MAIN AND FOUHTU ST.
HAS THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITT.
3 irra and . in mm
I want your Poultry, Errs, Hut
tor anil your fiinn ro(1ucu of all
Ifitirffl f will rmv IfHll tli 1l t frit naf
' " Y"J
ciihIi price nn I am buying for a
nrn in Lincoln.
THE LEADING GROCER
STAPLE AND FANCY
Flpf ii Fh. a fwially
i Mtnniaic ! tin? 1'u Liu Solicited.
JOHNSON EOILDIKG) Sillt SI
TEW HARDWARE STORE
S. E. HALL A SON
.Jxjrlaln'B Eya and Uktn,
4,Aln cnro tor Chronic Son lye.
. Sail Ehoam, Bcald lload, 01J
i Sores, Ferer Borea, ctem,
Yiirla Scratches, Bora Klpplos
us. Itlsooolins nd soothlDf.
Jsof eases hsvo boon cured by
- sli other tmstmnt bad f&Jlixt
t c ia 23 and CO cent boxes.
Kfcp ll kluili ol bulMrM hitrdwaro ou ktad
uid will luppljr mm'art t on miMl lar
: TIN BOOFINQ
anrf ull hliiila uf llu , nnuutitl
J onu. Order (rum (lit country iieitfd
11 f-sil -t. fLATTiMOUTd, NEB.
r' HA,R BALSAM
I . J I fl' axl Ln.tMi a,a kalf.
f . ' !' to IMon Um
r -' lM" Tonturm color.
I I . 17 - .1 k - afe.
I 'a. it i (i i'oma, li mm U.4 (.",
Aih Im., i. ii Ka, liuaiuMfcia,
Hlr)f WCORNV IV .lrnH.fwOan..
iaa 4 ,oi. tot. u IjiuaaJU, ar UOKXiX a t) , a. r.
1 THIOKlflHtOClIWIf. Ts sUy Ssvlf i fli tw fks XViT
(? l-d4tsH, Mat -WrkH tV rtart Jktlfct CMaB.4 'a i asaal IMf f t
iJ,KflfllllStsy f SX SUlS BSi. SlVsa, aW W SS Sh akj. V.
tr Jtt f ks mil -ar4 kM fa- trt 4m ss. l its. Ai ( .iivm sl M
V Skavaw aW lirtwi.aja, I ml 'Iln si. Saaal "kilsV fWs laBatkM. SB MM, k Mar MaaU.
1 Lr iWasv , , c-attiairaii cus)cu con r s-i.r V.Mkj
-nos and Mhng about thm
' , PI IP S . 1 1 OMMtl
, r-i r jiit aient pur A
V-Wss wear, matin th Piano I
I duriUe, and alonijinc tLa au-
Iff Hoist of practising, 1 f 1
1 l.l. 'it n mivfta . -r.-w i I
I. . .
.'iui soil on rAax l'AY
.TTS. and stna I'ianos ON Al'.
VAL to bs retiimed at our ax-
'' for railara fVi.;,.l,( . ,'f r, ...
it I H f fljra" n.,n I1,aaI, A. 1 ! OAAft mtla awaav TT t . ...
r -"t Niuugu jvu iiTV uwv uuvi anaj, vtiitajuB
A n'lckad RuTaunab Bailor Wlio II u Ita.
riuna aa Orlrnlal I'otantuta.
Twenty yi-;ira a-o Patrick O'KetfTo
wia a comi).iratily jionr mitn, muWiia
tiia living ns a uuilur on ntiiuil vuawU
cc-ti!is between Savammh and neish
boring jKirts. Today lio in a king. He
ia tlie owner and absolute ruler of tlie
Wand of Nypli, in the Atwtraliun
groups of thel'itcilin, alnuwt in tlio lienrt
of tlie tropica. 11) would probably bo
atill a resident of ;i;ivnmmh utid a poor
uiun, but for two tnixedk'S in wliicU tie
figured as ouh of the principals.
In 1SG7, as tlie ntury ia told by an old
timer, he win iimto of the schooner An
nie Bim, which plied between tiiia city
and Ditrien. On tha schooner was s
ynmin Irish fuilor named Bullivnn. No
nt O'Kei (To were aiipnrently Rood
friends. While near Durien loading
In in be r the unite wns building a cabin
on tlie schooner mid ho asked Sullivan
what ho thought of it. Tho uiilor tnado
a joking reply which lingered O'KeefTe,
and u ii'jht remilled. liullivau got the
best of it and O'Kecffn went to his quar
ters, and securing a pistol, returned and
begun firing at tho sailor.
The latter dodged behind the new
cnbin several times, and finally got up
and return ked to O'KecSe that hu
couldn't nhoot anybody. Uut lie was
nilHtaken, fur tho next bullet struck him
and he died in a short while. The mate
wns brought to Savannah, and, after a
long confinement in jail, was tried and
acquitted In the United States court.
Afterward, while sn officer of a small
ateaiuer, lie had trouble with one of the
deck hands and ran him into the river,
were he wus drowned.
These troubles seemed to worry
O'Kceffo, and he determined to leave
the "States," aa he termed it. In 1S71
he tailed away from Savannah as second
mate on an American vetwl bound for
Liverpool, and when he bade, his frienda
goodby on tiio wharf lie told them that
he would never return to Savannah un
less he came in his own ehip.
Troin Liverpool he shipped to the East
Indies, and from tliero to Hong-Kong.
Km had saved a little money by this time,
and began a small fruit and lumber busi
ness between the Pucilio inlands and
Hong-Kong. He was sunressftil, snd
after a few years secured the islund of
Kyph from the natives by a trade of
mine sort The island abounds in teak
wood and fruit, and O'KeelTe bought a
schooner and brig and started business
on a big scale;. Ilia veMels ran to Hong
Kong, and he soon built tip an extensive
trade, whicli has steadily increased, until
now he is reckoned aa a very wealthy
O'KeefTe left behind him when he
sailed away from Kavunnnh a wife and a
baby daughter, who is now a young
woman. For years nothing was heard
of his whereabouts. After he began to
prosier in his faraway home, however,
he wrote a letter and sent money to li ia
wife. Ho tried to persuade her and his
daughter togo to him, but they wouldn't
do it. Regularly twice a year since he
sends remittances for their support and
keeps tip a correspondence with them.
Mrs. O'KeelTe ami her daughter live on
Liberty street, near East Broad, and
have an oil painting of the brig of the
king of Nyph hanging in their parlor.
besides tieing a trader of wealth and
position, O'KeelTe ia the ruler of a large
colony made np mostly of Malays, who
swear by him. Savannah News.
Allianl 8lnlng In Uuaala.
What Mme. Albani related to her in
terviewer aa one of her most remarkable
esprrtrnces was her treatment in Russia
at the royal marriage, where the singers,
he otmerved, are all considered aa serv
ants. "Well," she says, "it was most
ktrange. Wo, were all pnt in a sort of
balcony which looked down upon the
banqueting scene below, and nseach of
our tarns came to sing we went to a
little opening and sang through it. What
amused tne was this, that all the time
we were trying to sing our best and pro
duce our notes more effectively, the clat
ter of knives and forks still went on, snd
to maks sll complete, the singer might
be In a most impressive passage and
right in the midst of it, when, quits re
gsrdleaa of the uncomplaining singers,
there would be flonriah of trumpets snd
somebody would get up and propose a
toast. I was mors fortunate than Main.
Patti, for she was inteiTupttvl in tbs
middle of her solo."--London News.
A Large niackflik.
Mrs. T. L. Watson takes the prise for
big hlackflsh caught in Dlack Rock har
bor this year and for many other years
also. General T. L. WaUon. T. W.
Pearaall, Mrs. Watson and Captain O.
Petifbdd were fishing Friday off the
spindle nnar Pentleld reef. Mrs. Watson
was using a light rod, snd suddenly her
line was struck by something of ouusuul
size. She polled in till the rod bent
nearly double, and then, declining as
sistance, passed the rod back, as the fish
could not be lifted by it, snd pulled iu
st ths line "hand over htjd."
Tha 11ns was light bat it held, and
she brought to ths surface snd safely
landed in the boat a black Ash, which
being taken ashore and Immediately
weighed, palled down the scale st seven
pounds plump. Captain IVnfleld says it
is the biggeat blacklist) rsoght q Black
Rin k harbor in Un yesrs. Bridgeport
Talae uf aVaaaaa I CagUad.
it may be gathered from ths annual
report of her iiiaity's Poitimisaionsrs of
Inland revenue that mors than one-third
of ths whl annual valne of houses snd
nirawnugea in England and Wales ia to
be found in London, and mors tlurt oos
foorth trial of ths United Kingdom.' The
auntn.1 veins for London, iu l1-') was
lai.lM.riM. and for tne United Kindlon
t'las.sHO.'je.'.-LsindonTitnits' . ',
All la Mia faaar.
"Do you svereipect to succeed In brut
r.ess, writing aa-h an illegible hand as
"Certainly. My contrscts are always
Iu my hsndwritiug and they ran never
! read eioept as I at.l 'tin to go."
Naw York Epoch. .
IITST'RUCTICWS TO VOTERS. -
Perdoa demritifr to vote must procure their ballots from a
tnemuL-r of ilie elcciioii boniu.
They niUBt then, without leaving the polling place, proceed
to a compartment and prepare their ballots.
Make a cross mnrk (X) with ink in the right margin of the ballot
opposite the niwiie of each person for whom you wiah to vote.
Do not lunkcuny murk on the ballot, save as above directed, or
the ballot will not be counted. s
If you apoil u ballot return it to a member of the election board
and obtain from him n new ballot. Take this to a compartment
and mark it properly.
Having marked the ballot, fold it ho an to conceal the names
and marlirt on the fnee, nnd to expone the names on the back.
Take it to the juilc of election before leaving the enclosure,
and nee it depomted in the box.
Immediately leave the railed encloBure.
If joii winh to vote for uny pernon wlioae name doca not appear
upon the ballot, write or inncrt hit full name in the blank apace
ou the ballot under the proper office you winli him to hold, and
make a crocs mark in the proper margin opposite the name.
Do not take any ballot from the polling phice; you thereby
forfeit the right to vote.
hollowing are tlie atate ind county tickets:
Vol K KOK U
huK Jl'Doi. i i'' nil-. MjrKh.'lh CoukT
Ada Hittfiibeiider, Lincoln -
joHeph W. Edgerton, South Omaha,
A. M. 1'oHt, Columiuirt -
lv(I..N IS UK 'I IIK M A I K iiMlVbK.tl'1 V.
Ol b Htt
A, i'AIi-innrile, Arapahoe,
William Gornt, Neligh, '
V,. A. Iliiillcy, Scotia
Chan. II. Marple, Omaha
11. T. Shumway, Wakefield
Caroline PI. Woodward Seward
HOK J l IM.E l- 2l Jl lKIAL iJIMTkllT
, oi h tou
Siimui-I M. Cliapinau, PlattHinoiitli Republicaii
Tliomaa H. Stevenson, Ncbruxka City Independent
II. 1). Travia, Weeping Water - . Democrat
1'OK CoUXlV ILKKK. - - ." 7T . V'lll K K)K ONE.
Frank Dickmoii, I'lattHiiioutli - Republican
J. R. Mar."ii:ill, Green wood - - Independent
JeHHe Rockwell, Mauley - - . Prohibition
j. H. i'iplon, Cedar Creek - - Democrat
I'OKlolMI iKhAslKhK!""- - - - Vol b KOK O.N hi
T. H. itrou'ii, i'latUinoiitli - - Prohibitum
L. C. ICickholf, Louirtville - - Republican
Ered 1 1 i-r r l ii ;i i i ii. I'lattHiiiouth Democrat
Samuel K'k li.ininon, Eight Mile Grove Independent!
I-UW ( OU.VI Y MlhKII-F. -. VolKKlK t)li
Edtiiiiml Dorr, Stove Creek Precinct - independent"!
George Edwin, Murray Republican
WnT Tighe, IMatlHinouth - Deniocratj
I'iiilmiiler WillianiM, Elmwood, Prohibition
Fqk tou.M t Jt iM.i-.. -""T"-TT-"vui k nm OX K.
11. D. Barr, Weeping Water - Inilcpendeiit
P. P. GiidH, PiattMinouth, Prohibition
II. S. Ramsey, PlattMinoulll - - Democrat
Cal vin KiiHrtell, Weeping Water - Republican
Mb bOK I
W. II. Hearing, Wabash
Ackl-md SaliMlniry, PhittMitioutli
W. O. Tucker. Ml. l'lciinant Precinct
J. 1). iutt, Plntlnniouth
FoK CoU.Nf V M I'l.KIM h.SDIlM
j. Elmer U'yila, Weeping Water Precinct
G. Wr XoidcT Weeping Water
M. O. Weeil, Greenwood Precinct
Alice" Wilson, Plattsinouth
, Ol b bOW
H. F. Hrendel, Murray
i. S. Galley, Greenwood
E. W. Murieea, Weeping Water
L i'''ru'V i'lattMiiiotilh -
FredPatterson, Rock Hiuffs
OI K boat
Foa? Coi .M V Co.HMIHrtlo.Nhat
H. M. (ianlt,
Vo i b !'
OK I INK
- Republican j
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast.
A long-tested pain reliever.
Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
liniment . , ,, i
No other application compares with it in efficacy. . , ;
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of MCSTAMO
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have It.
B. TT. Sawyer, of RoclieavrV, Tf ".,' " t
a prominent dealer iu general
merchandise, and who runs several'
peddling wagons, hud one of his
liore.ia badly cut and burned with a,
lariat, Incvround rctuHcd to Jieal.
The horse became lame and stiff
nowwithBtnnding careful attention
and the application of remedies. . A ,
friend handed Sawyer Home of
Haller'sBarb Wire Linement, tht
moat wonderful thing ever saw to'
heal such wounds. He applied it
only three times and the core was
completed healed. Equally good
for all sors, cuta, brimcs, and
wouuds. For sale by all druggiat
A Cure for Paralvsls.
Frank Cornelius, of Piircell, Ind.
Ter., says: "1 induced Mr. PiiiHon,
whose wife had paralyBis in the face
to buy a bottle of Chaniberlain'a'
Pain Balm. To their great mipriae
before the bottle had nil been lined
Bhe was a great deal better. Her
face had been drawn to one Hide:
but the Pain Bnlin relieved nil.
pain und aoreiiCHH. and the mouth
aHHiimed its natural nhape." It is
dlBO a certain cure for rheumatism
lame back, sprains bwellinga and'
lumeneHH. 50 cent butties tor salt
by V. G. Fricke & Co., Drugging.
Strength rnd Health.
If Vlllir lire not feelitur Htronir
and healthy,try Flectric Hitters, ff
"Lu Grippo" bus left you weak and
weary, utie Electric Bitters. Thia
remedy ucts directly on Liver.
Stomuch and Kindys' gently aiding
those organs to preform their func
tions. Jf you are nfilicted with
Sick Headache, you will find speedy
nnd permanent relief by taking
Electric Better. One trial will con
vince you that this is the remedy
you need. Large bottles only 50c.
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Some of the most startling, 1 in-'
tending dincoveries of the life and .
customs of buried Egypt are now
being made through extensive exca
vnttioiiH. These discoveries are
exciting a great interest. Many
discoveries are, however, beins;
mude in our country that are re
markable, among which we may
mention that of llaller'ft Pain Para- ,
lyzcr which effects entire relief, atiil
in many cases a complete cure of
that terrible disease rheumatism,
and which also relieves pain of all
kinds. For sale by all druggists
Rti4U n iiiS'Yi Curtrl in a Day.
"Mystic Cure"forrheumatism and
neuralgia rndicnlly cured in 1 to J
days. Its action upon the system ia
remarkable nnd mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause nnd the di
sease immediately dissappenra.
The first dose greatly benefits. 75c
Sold by F, G. Fricke, Druggist, wt
That HackingCough can so quick
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. We
guarantee it. For Sale by K. G.
Fricke and O II Snyder 1
The Greatest Strike
Among the great strikes that of
Dr. Miles in discovering his New
Heart Cure bus proven itself to be
one of the most important. The de
mand for it has become astonish
ing. Already the treatment of heurt
disease is being revolutionized, and
many unexpected cures effected. It
soon relieves short breath, flutter
ing, pains in side, linn, shoulder,
weak and hungry spells, oppres
sion, swelling of anklcH. smothering;
and heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book
on Heart and Nervine Diseases,
free. The tinenualed New Heart
Cure is sold anil guaranteed by K.
G. Fricke & Co, also his Restorative
Nervine for headache, tits, sprees.
hot flashes, nervous chills, opium
naoit, etc. 4
The H. A N. will sell tickets on the
certificate plan at the rate of one
and one-third fare for the round
trip, as follows:
To Kansas City, Mo.. Oct. ''&, on
account of the annual meeting of
the American Public Health Association.
Mt. Pleasant. Is., Oct. 23-25,anaual
meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
St. Louts, Mo., Oct. 22-rS, annual
meeting: Brotherhood of St. Andrew.
Waverly, Ia., Nov. 10.12, annual
convention Iowa Butter and FJgjp
Deg Moines, Ia., annual convention
Iowa State Farmers' Alliance.
For many years Mr. B. b. Tuonip
son, of Des Moines, Iowa, was ae
vcrely nfilicted ith chronic diarr
hoea. He says: 'At times it was)
very severe; so much so, that I
feaerd it would end my life. About
seven yenrs ago I chanced to pro
cure a bottle of Chaniberlain'a
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It crave me prompt relief
and I believe cured me permanent
ly, as I now eat or onus, without
harm anything I please. I have
also used it in my family with the
best results. For sale by F. O.
Frlckie A Co.
TTwo years ago the Bailer Prop.
Co.' ordered their bottles by the boa
now they buy by the carload.
Among the popular and ucceaeful
remedies they prepare is Haller'a
Sarsaparillu it Burdock which ia
the moat wonderful blood paritter
known. No druggist hesitates to
recommend Ihie remedy.
1 For sale by druggist. ' '
W III b Given Away
Our enterprising druggists, K. G
Fricke it Co, who carry the finest
stock of drugs, perfumeries, toilet
articles, brushes, spouses, etc., are
?;iving away a large number of trial
inttles of Dr. Miles' celebrsted Res
torutive , Nervine. They guarantee
it to cure headache, dizr.iness, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, the
111 effects of spirits, toliaeco, coffee,
etc Druggists ssy it is the greatest
seller the v ever knew, and is univer
sally satisfactory. 1 bey also guar
antee Dr. Miles' New Hesrt Curo iu
all cases of nervous or organic heart
disease, palpitation, pain in siilr,
smothering, etc. "Fine book m
"Neroun and Heart Di' rv i. .'
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