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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1891)
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,1-ICEI.N COl'KT HOUHB,
' otii.Ii. Nebraska
!- MAMUrAOTllRK or AS
.'- 'll5ILE AND RETAIL
..' V ! D1ALEB 1 ?"
i :h BRANDS OF CIGARS
0 AND SMOKIxl AITICLII
alwaye in stoak
' " ATIOXAL : HANK
. yPL4TTHM'UTn. NBBRAHPU
ap capital .... .Y.nii
n its Tory bnrt f;irt!!t'.M fur the protnp
trnf linn l il(il1inte
twn1. irll. go"fnmehl and lwl e
- biiuJli( tu knl.1. lltilioalla rcvlVi
iifc-mt ull"'l im ths wr1l!lctiT
-'drawn, hviiUIiIk In any purt ul llif
'Malna and ml lbs prtuelp! UD o:
CT10NS MAIIX Al rin WLT MHIT-
:.!. i.at fur County Wv
j 1 ranis, hla'teans'l Sillily but
A . ' OIKKCTOKrt
i T!txfrald H. Il.twy.wiirtb
-.ukIi. K.K. WIiIji
' i (iiinrvR K. )iihv
( n I7.i;s hank.
"ATI-iMiH'TH NK" "KA
. i itues i d lu
Jthorized Capital, f 100,000
. y erviernt
.j,'-' NRHl'TH Jo. . riiNU'"
ItinMKUl. Vic-!"" ' I
W. H. 'l HHINia. ;i!hiar
0mith J. A. t'oi imr, V. K. (Intl. i
j . Jflhawm. llei ry Hr-ck,.liha O'Ketfa
:iCTS'i GESC2AL BANIISB Bl'MES
l aMlllWla'A of di-IKi'tH hrfcrinv Interest
J in slid ivl I HrliHiir. rriimty mid
ANK OF CASS COUNTY
Cr Main and Flftb mri-ot.
dnprantUI.. .... f hi n
t Pahi Protcl'iit
ItloMur Vlu ITiiiIjiiI
t fhilrrnna inh..r
at, rallxrmin, A-l I -lunl
is. H. rariAil, J. M KutlcMon, f rd (lordft
. . U. ttmllli. ii. B. WludNAin. B. 8. KwnHiy and
0CIEE1L BANK1NC BU8lBCrf8
AMiiiili Aollrllci;. Ijimmi allowrd a flm
lp.mli and prnit ain-aiiorif I i nil l"i
.Mulrutd UiU nun.
CLrT.bcr'.ru'3 2ya szl
A Ctrt&ln cure for Chranla Sora Etc.
TeUer EJt EJiorun, Scald Utfad, OM
!r eorw, J-evor bortw, Lctem,
rririo SctAtchcs, Bore Nipple
I Aid PU. Jt )i cool!o2 and fooUiIoe.
I tandreflj of cmos have boua cored by
i Wuir til otlor troatnteot bad fallod
italocua allow luff nlcturea of
j PiAnoa anl tolling about ibtm
y LED riiEE. OurpaUnt S0T
JP aaraa war, tnAilnjf the Tiano
ira durable, and at-oppint? tlia an-
1 n nnidil 9 -ai rtl ;
tola OLD PIANOS in EX-
VIE, Mil on EAST PAY-
; i and aond Pianoa OS A P.
: ; V AL to l rtiirufl at our m-
I j 1 '-"r.r'1 WBy fr' i' not per-
tni gmtfioi no iruihi. rv lf win. wrtMW rm w im Ttf
fj4lW, 4 Hr.-! -f . a -a-- lt Mti fAW j
m'M Mh 4m MW f ak ? kii. V W..iW a WtwWft V 1
1U M" M pMrtMl UMt tli tit.it . y, aT) ''' rVlla tl,;-4.. f tA
4. If ftw U''A XMMallH, aM U.JtW W jH tm tM, B)lit
layuwltlt lvtr. C MI6H CU r ft ft C I iC C-'l. . K a Jl-y
Wa4 f Ji UmI lrMM r ill J.A . I II I A f A
HAS THE MOST
' STOCK IN THE CITY.
E7EFJTHING ni . AND III BEifflN
I want your Poultry, Epa, Hot
ter and your farm produ.cof MU
kinds, I will pay you the hicheot
raHli price an I am buyinir lor a
Grn in Lincoln.
THE LEADING GROCER
riuUmnouth . Nebraska
p J. !!:A:X:S:K:N
STAPLE AND FANCY
(i LA Sri ANlJ
JOHNSON EUILDINGN SiXtH Si
jEW HARDWARE STORE
S. E. HALL A SON
Kerp M kliuli of bulldm lianlwr on liaud
and mil nipply rniitirt r uu m"l fan
: XIJST ROOFING
and all klndt of tin rk pMiantly
uiih. (irdRn Ir.im ina rimmry Hollaltrd.
aid IVhaI M I'LAITsvioijtii, EH.
Y0UI7O MENOLD UElt
ii ia in iu ii mi nirini! it iiiiASb
Tkr Bka ktraU tfarW W tnt Uwi.Itm,
i; fS'TlSHAKEOFFTME HORRID tNAKIt
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ov-n ru cur kew book
fw im ru, wM
M J4 Ai(lrMf W UM
vii.M M A.
rral ami rfrm
04Hg fAAtlf OlT4tlllll laUrMl4.
ka iMiirr rrB M I-Mahk, ftf f. lifHII Ow-TiflM.
OAbK r !'
'.A.'f'.-.A.M HAIR BALSAM
t L.X-, J 1 !'1AAA kMlltiM tail.
f ' V' UH ril lo BmMi
i - ''-L.I CaM . IMM, A f- in
l t H-r I r.Ajnr t'ut.lo, It f uaj iri ,t.
a. I f" al .1 I ,iTMaM. r,. lafta la l.i Bfl
Awa iU. M ilu.a, at iMACUl A tU, . T.
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Ia fiittmnn A aaa . "A
NOT TIIK lUUIilWOMAN.
PATHETIC RESULT OF A) WAITER'S
BIT OF DETECTIVE VOnK.
he Iliad Hoard That All Kxggara IVari.
Wealthy anil ftlir I'nllowad a Woman
Who flayed an Aoconllun, Expar.tliiK l
Find a rrtucely Hums What aba Na
Plie Rjit all day in the dust and t!i
wind on tlm stri't-t cornrr prindiii.'
druiry tuncn ont of a dilapidated old u
curuion that ahrickpd and groaned 1111 .
wlicczcd but wju nevur in the leant u.
"She own a block of houAoa," 1 ra '
to myiielf, "and lias money in the bain:
I iliall not drop a penny in that old ti .:
cup. It U wrong to aucourae niMi'b
I wan only repeating what had been
enid to me about street inipontoni. No-.v
that I had a gotxl chance to ittndy ono of
these characters from the window of u
hotel, I became interested. Yes. With
out doubt thia woman wua an iinpoatui'.
Iler ragi of raiment were eloquent wilu
that personal poverty which appeala 10
strongly to the gynipathelio. Her bead
drooped over her recumbent figure. Bhe
ant on the curbntone and mechanically
irround ont her doleful munic
Giio wo tbera at lilglitfalt when J
atepped out of the hotel, but the wa
preparing to leave.
"Aha, my lady," l uid to myaolf,
"here is a chance to follow yon and sea
how much of your doleful plea la true.
If yon are an iinpoiitor I shall toon know
it," and I akipped along in the ihadow
until I had traversed a long distance
from my hotel, treading all the alley
and back itreeta in the city, it aeemed to
KO tiECKPTIOIf ABOUT TFT13.
Then he cliuilied a pair of rickety
atairs on the on Wile of a tumble down
house. I still followed her and groped
my war in the dark to a miaerabla room
in the rear, where a chorus of little
Voli-ea mil 11 ted her,
"Mamma, oh, mamma, weee been
rood Wee ln-en in u irood as wm
could. Ibwn't weso, Johnny?" cried a
wan raced little girl lying on the poor
bed in the corner.
The door was left open and I slinned
out of sight behind it, but I could both
ceo and hear, and if I was discovered,
why, I was looking for a mythical wash
liidy who onco lived in tliotm rooms.
That was all.
"Dot soii, rr-.l an r.uttrr. mkiuiu
continued the child's voice, while a feeble
wail from the bed added its note of sup
plication. The woman bad drotined her immb-iJ
burden on the table and now slut euibtied
her Hx ket.
"Deru's fe'te-n cents, 'n'all in nennies.
Jolmiiie, run anil get Home hot saiiMgo
an a loaf of bread. An I'll boil some hot
coffee aiaiiidt ve'r back."
Johnny could not run. lie was a
frightful little cripple, but he limped
away with tho pennies.
Then I came forward and made my
bogus errand known, and asked to ae
the sick child in the lied.
The woman looked at me Niwpiciniialy,
" Taint dip'thery," she said, "it's con
aooinpshun, an ye cannot take her to any
hospital while I have breath in my
"Do yon go out with that thing every
day and Ir-ivo tl.cM childrr-n bora ai.n,r
A TALK WTTII TUB CHILDM!.
"I ain't a regilar," she whined, "the
woman sha were a Uohemisn died
and left me that for takln' care of her.
I end play it that well you couldn't fell
betwixt and In-tween ns, and I give np
washin, for this Ueanier and more led. ly
like. I was alius that fond of munic."
"Ko am I, and if you don't mind I will
come here sometimes mid hear yon play,
ini.i-ad of stopping 011 the street no,
no," as she ru-lzed np the instrument,
"not tonight," and I slipped out, leaving
my humbln contribution on the table.
I beard the woman singing to her sick
child before I had reached the foot of
the stairs. At the corner I met crippled
Johnny. lie had a brown paper pack
age of food.
"Rasserge 'n bread," be said, smack
ing ill's lii.
Tiut what is there for the sick baby-r
"Golly, yer ought to ae her eat aaa
sageT Bhe jist snatches 'era."
"Johnny," I akked seriously, "ha
yonr mother a block of houses and a lot
of money in the bankT"
"What yer givin ns?" asked the boy,
staring at me.
"I mean U i your mother poor!"
"Ain't she, tho', jistorful somptime,"
and be limped away with the food, re
garding uta with wonder as be walked
I have concluded that there must be
some mistake ahont the princely wealth
of this Impoverished family, and that it
must be the woman with the organelle
aud not the woman with the accordion
whe own houses and lauds, and I shall
maka a sneak some day and follow her.
Than if she ia the nabob in disguise 1
will let yon know. Mrs, M. L. Kayna
In'Detroit Pre Pre.
Clgara aad Mnsla Cvaaklaoa. .
, , While I stood at the showcase (u a
rigar store .the otlier day a mtislo boi
bagaa playuir, .llonkda4 about the
store to a whir the uvilody came
from, bnt the iiutrmnaut wu nowhere
Finally tlm atorekjer, with a broad
smile on his fnr, Ux.k a cigar boi down
from Uie rcw oa a shnlf atvl set it be
fore rue. Aa be ripened the lid the play
ing caad. 1 looked into the box and
saw that I he lower half of it was da
voted to the rutwlc Via.
"This la the novel way," said the deal
er, "that a firm has chosen to introduce
a nw brand of cigars." New York
Oaa Owiipstloa SUM tft.
Fair Visilv.i-! am collecting subsi rip
tiona for a jmor Ihiv who cannot work.
II has both limU paral red.
Mr. liroe.'.i VI,v ..11 1 he become
district iaiegraph rueflsengarr Life.
PcriiiiiiN (IcMirin to vote miiMt procure their balloln from u
mcnilicr of the clcclion board. ' " '
Tlicy must tlien, without leaving the polling place, proceed
to a compartment tint pre pure tlicir ballots. ., .
Miikciicrona mark (X) with ink in tlieritflit innrgin of the ballot
opposite the name of eiicli pornon for whom you wish to vote.
Do not make any mark on the ballot, save hh above directed, or
the ballot will not be counted.
If you ppoil n ballot return it to a member of the elect ;on board
and obtain from him a new ballot. Take thia to a compartment
and mark it properly.
Having marked the ballot, fold it ho aa to conceal the name
and mark on the face, and to expose the names on the back.
Take it to the judge of election before leaving the enclosure,
and see it deposited iu the box.
Immediately, lea vc the railed enclosure.
If ou w1h!i to vote for any personwhowe name does notappear
upon the ballot, write or iiiHcrt his full name in the blank upace
on the ballot under the proper office you wifdi him to hold, and
make a crosu mark in the proper margin opposite the same.
Do not take any ballot from the polling place; you thereby
forfeit the right to y'.'t".
Following arc the state and county tickets:
h)K TlllM.b OK TIIK bt'l'KhMK CllUk'f.
Ada Hittenbender. Lincoln
Jose p h W. Ed ge r to n. So 11 1 1 Omaha ,
ATM. Post, C olutnbua
Kuk Rki.kmhiik THk Siatk Um
A. DAIleinande, Arapahoe,
E. A. Hadley, Scotia
CIihh. H. Marple, Ornalia
1 1. Triinm.iy73'ak7neTtT "
Caroline M. Woodward Seward
Sa mm lM . 1 : 1 1 a p 1 na n Tl ' I a 1 1 h n 1011
Thomiia H. Stevenson, Nebraska
II. I). Travis, Weeping W'atcr
1uk Cin,. 1 yc;i,i.kK.
Frank Dickson, i'lattsinoiith"
j. K. Marshnll, Greenwood
Jesse Riickwi-il, Mauley
J. H. Tiion,jt'edar Creek
I-'OW t'ul,M y TKhAStKKK.
T. IHrown, I'lattsmotitli - '.
I. C. Eickholf, Louisville . T
Fred Ilerrmnnn, I'laltsmoiith "
Samuel Kichardson, Kiifht MileTirove"
Kuk Ciir.s 1 v Siii.kih .
Edmund Dorr, Stove Creek Precinct
George Eilson, Murrav
Win. Tighe, I'iallsmouth
tilander Williams, Eltnwood,
Kuk Ohm v Ji is.h.
H. D. Harr, W eepingWater "
P. I tiassJ'lattsniotMh, '
H. S. Ramsey, i'lattsinoiith
Calvin WiiMHrli. W'r.-iiinir Witter
FilMC'LhKK K DlSIkU T CoUkT.
W.JI. Deiiring, Wabash . T
Ackland Salisbury, PlaltHiuouth
W. ( . Tucki-r. Mt. Plensnnfl'recincr
For . oiM r Siii'kki.Nih.ihM r
J. Elmerl-yjla, Weeping Water
G. V. Noble, Weeping Water
M. O. Weed, Greenwood Precinct
Alice Wilson, Plattsmoiith
F(IK I'ot .NI ClIkONrtK,
M. F. Hrendel, Murray -
P. GHlicy, Greenwood
E. ', Mtiriean, Weeping Water
I. t'nruh. Plattsmouth
A. C. Msyes, i'luttwuioiith Republican x
Fred Pattcraon, Rock liluffa Democraf
rok CoU.S I Y M I snli iNhk Vol h Fokt OnK
S. V.T)iitlnjri - - . - Repulilican x
HTM. (lauit. ProhibrtTurTl
Win. Neville, - - - DemocrHt
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pnin reliever.
IU use is almost universrd by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Kaiser, and by every one requiring an effective
liniment. , .
No other application compares with it in efficacy. "
This well-known remedy has etootl the test of years, almost
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustang
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it.
Wi k hiK ONE.
vkwhity. - Vom nik TWO
. . independent
V (il li e'tikt i)
)I K K)K
VoTK HK ONE
Vin h i t ik o,E
Vol k nik ONE.
Votk i-uk OS E.
Vo'lK Mik ONE
- U; V.Sarjer,of 'KoclVek'ter, Wis,
ir!lii'rit fli-Hler in ocneral .
truiu h:uuliiif, and wIki ruimVcveral
p-d-lli.i -j: wo-.jiirt,. Iiii,l (,nu -of-nia
hori-.is icidly cuta.-id burned with a
htnat, The wound retimed to heal.
The lioife became lame and stiff
novvv. i:l,Mai,.liiig can-ful nllt-ntion
at;d tiie application of remedies. A
friend hau.'led Sawyer some of
Ifaller's li.irli Wire Liiicnieut, the
most wonderful thing ever saw to
lieal audi wmiudtt. Jle applied it
only three times and the sore waa
completed healed. Ivpially good
for all sors, cuts, bruses, and
wouikIm. For eale by nil druggist
Cure for Parolvsls.
Frank. Cornelius, of Piirceli, Ind.
Ter.,saH: "I induced Mr. I'iiiHon,
wnose wne nau paralysis m the face
to buy a bottle of Chamberlain'
Pain Halm. To their great nupriac
before the bottle had nil been used
she was a great deal better. Her
face had been drawn to one side:
but the P11 in Halm relieved all
pain and soreness, and the mouth
assumed its natural shape." It ia
also a certain cure' for rheumatism
lame back, sprains swellings and
lHmne 50 cent bottiea for eala
by F. G. Fricke A Co., Druggist.
Strength rnd Health.
If your are not feeling atronr
and hcalthy.try Electric Xiittcra. U
"La Grippe" has left you weak and
weary, uae FJlectric Hitters. Thia
remedy acta directly on Liver.
Stomach and Kindys' gently aiding
those organs to preform their func
tions. If you are afflicted with.
Sick Headache, you will find apeedy
and permanent relief by taking
Electric Hetter. 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 atartling, i
tersting discoveries of the life and
customs of buried ligypt are now
being made through extensive exca
vattions. These discoveries are
exciting a great interest. Many
discoveries are, however, being;
made in our country that are re
markable, among which we may
mention that of ilaller's Pain Para
lyser which elfects entire relief, and
iu many cases a complete cure nf
that terrible disease rheumatism,
nnd which also relieves pain of all
kinds. For sale byall druggist
il-n imum Oupjd In a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rheuinsitiHin on
ncuralc-ia r;irfi.-.-,l!v i-iir.--.-l in 1 .-. sr
days. Its action upon the system ia
remarkable und mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the di
sease immediately dissappenra.
The first dose greatly benefits. 75c
Sold by F, G. Fricke, Druggist, wt
That IlackingCough can soquick
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. W
guarantee if, For Sale by K. G.
Fricke and O II Snyder 1
The Crcateat Strike
Among the great strikes that of
Dr. Miles in discovering his Ne
Heart Cure has proven itself to tie
one of the most important, (The de
mand fur it has become astonish
ing. Already the treatment of heart
disease is-bcing revolutionized, and
many unexpected cures effected. It
soon relieves short breath, flutter
ing, pains in side, arm, shoulder,
weak and hungry spells, oppres
sion, swelling of aii!;!cs,t:iothcriiiif
and heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' bok
on Heart anil Nervine Disensen,
free. 'J'lie tincnualcd New Heart
Cure is sold and guaranteed by K.
G. Fricke A Co, also his Restorative
Nervine for headache, fits, spree,
hot flashes, nervous chills, opium
habit, etc. 4,
The It. A M. will sell tickets on the
certificate plan nt the rate of one
and one-third fare for the round
trip, as follows:
To Kansas City, Mo.. Oct. 'M-Zi, an
account of the annual meeting of
the American Public Health Asso
ciation. Mt. Pleasant, la., Oct. 23-25, annuaL
meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 22-25, annual
meeting Hrotherhood of St. A ndrew.
Waverly, Ia., Nor. 10-12, auniiif
convention Iowa Hulter and Egje
Des Moines, Ia.,aninial convention.
Iowa State Farmers' Alliance.
For many yeara Mr. H. F. Thowap
aon, of Des Moines, Iowa, waa
verelv afllicted with eh r nnir Hiarr
hoea. He saya: "At times it waa-
ciy m-ere; so ruucii ao, that I
feaerd il would end my life. About
seven vears mm T Hum,-,., I ,
cure a bottle of Chamberlain'
I one, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea
Remedv. Iln-nviminrnmni ..i.u
1 1 .;...' ".'
uu 1 iium-vc cureu me permanent
ly, as I now eat or drink without
harm anything I please. I hare
also used it iu my family wit the
best results. For sale by F. i.
Frickie A Co.
'Twoyeura ago the Haller Prop.
Co. ordered their bottles by the boa
-now they buy by the carload.
Among the popular and successful
remedies they .prepare is Haller
Saraapardla A H unlock which ia
the moat wonderful blood aarifirr
knowri. No alruggiat hesitates to
recommend thia remedy.
For aale by druggist.
W III be Given Away
Our enterprising druggists, V. G
Fricke A Co, who carry tlK Tuiest
Stock of drugs, perfumeriea, toilet
articlea, brushes, aponges, etc., are
giving away a large number of trial
bottiea of Dr. Miles' celebrated Rra
Jorative Nervine. They guarantee
it to cure headache, dixziness, ner
ronsi prostration, aleeplessneas, Hie
ill effects of spirits, tobacco, coffee,
etc. llriirrtnau w .1
11 , v " i"e ureaieat
ae er they ever knew, and isuniver-
V i. .. . "ey aiso trnan.
nntee Dr. M lea' W n..... .r" .
all cases of ncrvoua ororganic hewrt
disease palpitation, nnln in Mj,p
Hu.otheri,,.,, ,.U.. .im, ,. '
."Nervous nnd 1 1, .irt Disens
re. ' 1
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