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PLVTTSMOUr!, N-nUSKA. WrDNEWAY NOVEMBER 11 1891
Baking Powder Tests
The United States Official
Investigation of Baking Powders, made, by authority of
Congress, in the Department of Agriculture, Washing-
ton, D. C, furnishes the highest authoritative informa
tion as to which powder is the best The Official Report
QutTTUf POVAL to be a
cream of tartar baking pow
der, superior to all others in
leavening power ("fiffitftSft.
OOLD A.NI POKCELAIN CROWNS.
r. Bit-lowly mrithnle tirths palnlrt ft-
Fine Cold Work a Specialty.
Eiy k wood III I'lsttimoutli, Krb.
k. N. 8CLLIVAN.
Attorn? t-U. Will girt prompt a'fntlot
to all MialnrM rnlnitpd Ui hlxi. iffllr In
Union block. r.t Sld. f'lali'inmilh, Nrb.
'J roil irno". imirt
f rlhbi l.tIM Bit qullli
Inn nnr nlmp hnl
, a lui nf lit- f rf i. hii niir
In ilrnw m il lc t. 1 hi-y h lull
hu "I hah b"il mill In r
' ri.irlimi tlrt tiwk mil hl
- (d llirli irr ll r hl to 44 od t
71k c l irlniiiinl.
'MISS SCHUYLKK, TKIMMKR.
HAVE JUST KF.CI Vtll A FILL LINK OF
AKD WI'-TEB HAT3 ASD
I tJto birr di nntkli.f drprtmett. Rat-
SOLD AND POKC8I.A1.H CKOWNS -
Britlx turk nt Una Rulil work
na ririNii:H l.rw AI. wrll m oilier hi
tallllrKlTRa lorllir mliilrf ltnu-ilon o'
a A. MAHSIIAM FitK.rh!
-An rilK. rrlh-l.lf m -nlry T
II to ninMli .
IB k' noli xrlli'U
i to nioMli . xilli iii-r-. i irenwihi
tlllllM'. I flf ! Bl. miiiMimiK, lICk
SuA L'hC, ) Vuiii.
Notice to Ladle
I have nn hand a fine lot of rih
lionn and tip" wliii h I will eell nt
the lowed price fo rio-h. I have
Diy koo!" ut J.l'inley JohDHOiif hard
ware . tore here I may lie found
every tiny frum I. -do lo r;tf) p. in.
Mks. J. F. JO!!)N.
f hiloli'n catarrh remedy n pocl
itive cure ( atari h, Diphtherin mid
Canker mouth. For ule by F. U.
BuckUn' Arnica Salv.
Tub Hkkt Hai.vb io the world forCuu
Broihi, h.ri t, Ulriri, Halt I'.bnini, Ft-Tii
&re,Ti-iti r, Cliix (I IttndK, CliilliUint,
Cerm, anil all t-kin Sruptionr, and pnki-tl-lj
cunt Pile, or bo pay required.
It la KiMMnU-trd to k'iva mtinfiu unn, ot
Bioney r-funilril. Prire 2."ifMiU ptfbux.
For tl lij F. O. Frirkr 4 Co.
WANTED Two fnrrgetic ladira
winhin;; employment, salary fl,)
per fliiy. Call clay or eveninif ot
Mrtj.Milcd hoarding hoime.
f II. W. UtmoE.i.
Why will you oue.h when Slit
loh'a cure will give immediate re.
lief. Price HI rn., .rnl cts. nnd $1.
For tale by F. G. Fricke Ac Co.
M inln j Ctinar.
The II. iV. M. will sell round trip
tickcl to nil thore wiK.iin,( to nt
eti'ljythe mi.tiiig congress hi be
lield "t IVnver Col., Nov. l'i
I 1A Ticlu'ts nold at one
fare and one-third, continuous
passage In each direction. Final
limit, Pec. a J. 1'KAM H,
V. Latham, Gen. Pr.sa. A,gt.
The Opening oflha Fair.
Tin1 Cntholie fair opened last eve.
ninj: iitKockwood hall under very
atiHpiciotihcirciimHtancei'. The nt-Hn(J
t-ndance waa lare tind j"dfinK ;
from the mirth ami row! will that
a -emcd to prevail theevenlti(r wna
dotibtlena upent very ei.joyahly by
alt. The principal attraction of the
evening wim the nwnnlinp; of n
pme to the beat ne'iHeman and
lady waltzer. Several couplea con-
Bted for the dihtinction. Henry
TnrtHih wnathe micceHHful genth;
man and Nettie Italhince the uc
cennful lady conteatant. The for.
mer waa awarded an leKant pair
of Kenta' alippera; the latter, a
toilet cuae. CoiiHiderable interect 1
aim rivalry wan maniieaieo in tne i
balloting for the iiiohI popular
younjrlady. The contestant were
Georgia Oliver, Katie McCarthy (t.t.(1 pa(4Hl.( ri!litu-ru it i.ecert
and Mary TiKhe. The bfillotini? l -nry fr COutHy onic-trrti tt be citi-clom-d
with Kutie McCarthy in the .,..,. .i,,.,.. ., im.h(t f leiral
lead. It will be renamed and net
tled this evening. The fair will
clone to-morrow evening.
Many old eoldiera, who contracted
chronic diarrhoea while in the
service, hive fince been (u ruiaiient
ly cured of it' by I'haiiiibcrlaiu's
Colic, Cholerii and diarrhoeu K'eiu
edy. For sale by F. G. Fricku & Co.
rtorluoa'J Raica on tha M P.
Ticketa atone fare for the round
trip will be Hold to ull v.'ho desire
lo attend the Archbislurpa' Golden
Jubilee at St. Louis. Ticketa on
sale Nov.2S mid '.II, limited to return
to und including Dec. 2. Any winh
iug to visit St. Iiui should take
advantage of this low rate.
The Rev. Geo. If. Thayer, of Hour
bou, I ml., says: ''Itolh myself wife
ovv our lives to Shiloh's rrmsiimp.
tion cure." For sale by F. G. Fricke
The Lndiea' Aid society of the
Christian church will irive a social
at the residence of J. I). Tint to
morrow evening. A cordial invita
tion is extended to all.
Arc you made miserable by Indi
gestion, constipation, diviness,
loss of appetite, yellow t-kin'f Mii
toll's Viiaher is a iiositivc cure.
For sale by F. G. Fricke A Co.
Those wishing job work done
ahould remember that Tin: Ili:KALt)
oflice U fully equipped and will do
work that will compare favoraly
with any oflice in the country.
Charge always reasonable.
Pure buckwheat flour for aale at
Heisel a mill. tl
Has Jtutcpened upr. full line
of lnd'cs, Gents and Chlldiens
all wool underwear and bo
Icro ycu buy your Fall or
Don't fail tO
call and ceo our prices. V7e
! beat 'cm all.
Have you een Ihcso nob
by Mioses Copa, all pretty
eludes, 55, 05 and 75 ct'nl3
i ll MlRa
EICKHOFF is ELIGIBLE.
The Quebtion Raided as to his
Citizenship Avails Nothing.
Tha Will of ih F.ieeiora an Kvnlni eel
Ihs Hnauli at lit Poll
There appear to he n question in
Hie mind of home as to Hie eligi
liilily of I,. ('. Kickliolf, treasurer
eleet of ( ;:: count , to occupy tin
oll'Ce 1i vh ii ll he Irie been eiioyen,
The purlieu that lire pri'ssiii;.' the
lliallcl' base llii il'i ii l Ilie pre-
sumption that he i not n ritu'i'7.
The inniii in mir ij-im i uiiirl
evidently fails t reveal that liatiira-!
li.iiliuii papers have err lieeu '
taken out in Car minify, either hy ,
L.C. F.ickholf or ,m father, hut it U j
highly probable that F. ederick
Liekholf. father of L.C, Lii Mimf,
properly attended to the matter in
WiHCoiiHiu, where lie renidi-d for
neverul j earH prior to liin removal
to Nehrackit. We do not Mieak
authoritatively im to thin, however,
llH , xUv fut (H j Cilht. ,i1L.
ri.C()ni win -tlle all douhtH.
KnnlliR that Mr. Kickhoff in
" t r t.v,.n t.e..lor,
,n.rf, H llo j.,w oiltior conMitu.
,(,,, tor mntmory, by which
,,c )1Iiiy ljc (ji,,,! di.iijualilkd.
The Hlltc coi.titi.tion make mieci.
u, .,.f,.rcnce lo tu. mitiircment for
eliuil.ilitv to the oflice of cov-
t.ril, lieutenant-uoveiuor or
:,ui,a. of ,)mlle court but
here ll4 llo llMi0 w,at-
,.vt.r (o COHIlty 0mciala. We have
collmlltt.,i m.vl.r of the lea)inK
BMorn,.VH f,f , . ri(y ,! lt. i.
or)jllioll j llla, irM,Htnm- a a
Lt.. COIIHli(11,ioi, u Mil,.,,, the
lllnt.,.r ..,,;,...,. m,.,.,,, i..w
reiiHoiiin- that can declare Mr.
Eickhoff ineligible. The opiiiioua
of the iittornej s recently given by
leading attorneys of Omaha touch
ing the question rii'pcd ns to the
citueuship of sliei ill elect Iienuett,
of Doiiglas county, is essentially
the same as those given by our nt
torneya upon the matter in ques
tion. While there may be a few who
would delight to see Mr KickholT
declared unable to qualify, tliu.-i
thwarting the will of a large major
ity of the voters of the county,
there are by far n greater number
that will rejoice to know that he is
eligible and that the will of Un
people shall prevail.
Petirnaka'a Winip Torn rxhihll
The Nebraska State board of Agri
culture will hold its annual winter
corn exhibit in Grunt Memorial
hall, Lincoln commencing on (he
third Tuesday in' January, lStrj. It
i the aim of the board to make IhU
the grandest corn exhibit ever h-ld
In the I'niteil States, or anywhere
else, for that matter. The year 1VJ1
has Leon nn exceptionally favored
com Mciison. For this, if for no
other'reason, the best specimens
known f night and can be presented;
but for n greater reason the board
desires this exhibit to be collected
anil retained Intact for the World's
(' tiiinliiau fair nt Chicago. This
nnnotiiKH'nient (mined early that
ample time be given for careful
(fnd thorough nelcctioiiH of the very
Hick'a predictions for November:
From 1st to 15th fust storm period.
Northwesterly gales apprehended.
Perishable product should be
guarded agaiust early freezing.
Crisp, bright daya will follow, nn
til cloudinea and rains, with galea
ami anow to the north, appear
about the Oth and 10th, About the
l.'ilh, loth and 17lh expect some
hard autumnal atorma and
changes. The period runs front
14th to 17th, central on the
1.1th. Watch it. Cold following,
will moderate for lighter disturb,
once on anil nenr the 21st, lifter
which there will be a prompt mid
sham return to Col I. Storms fcin
IZ'tli to 27lh will brinr n MlilT hhisl
l whiter and send the d iyn und
nights freezing Into iVccmUr.
Mr. W.l'.lai'i F. Acl.eriran was
married to riina AiU 'ine Sf( inker
at 2 p. in. to-day nt tfi" residence of
tile bride'" paiei.ls, in the presence
of a large number of friend and
Henry Kauhle, who a Jew tlnya
nine.' fell from a porrh niid broke
hi arm, is rapidly improving.
M"s. A. Ilade:i came in thin morn
iii); from Omaha fur u short visit.
. Mr. Wendall, who has been vis
iting in ('liicii;ri fir tea weeks, re
turned liimie hint evening.
John Ouick itnd fiimily departed
on No. 5 for Allinnce, wliere they
will in;ile their future liouie.
J. C. J.-tcqiiette depnrled this
iiini liiiii Itir Omaha. c will leave
j there this evening for a brief trip
III llill'.r- in Iowa.
I Mrs. Sum 1 leiidiich mid family,
I who have ! een i.-il intr nt Percy.
' ville, la., for home time, returned
, l.l: I cvciiiag.
I-. M. Knuld" has changed his
ot f.kwlifu-i Oi 4ht orlh
Sixth Mieel. I'atie wit-hinj; hay;
irajje traMHfened to the station will
,.,1Ve orders at hi.- home.
w r iWill,, editor of the
v,(.r Sun, w,i v Veh d supcrm-
i,.,,,!,",,) ,,f hcIiooIh in Colfax county,
,,,., K. t.,,itr wi fl tllc
position with credit to himself and
satisfaction to his constituency.
1 ha M. P will Build a Bridge.
Messrs Clark and Holdrege repre
senting respectively the M. P. and
the H. A M. roads, held a consulta
tion in Omaha Monday, relative to
tight of the M. P. to cross the H. &
M. bridge over the Platte rive at
this place. The matter waa laid
over for a week, hence no definite
conclusion wns reached but Mr.
Chirk states that in his opinion the
M. P. will build a bridge of its own.
He also stated that if such a decis
ion waa reached work would be
commenced at oncd and It would be
rapidly pushed tocompleiion. The
M. A M.mauaginent takes the stand
that the' use of their brnlire was
guaranteed only upon the condition
that the Union Pacific management
would irrimt them the use of their
road from Gilmore to South Omaha.
TheU. P. is not willing to concede
this and in the event that tin; M. P.
road cannot arrange lor it a new
bridge will probHblybc built.
Too Much Liquor.
Lost evening nbouf ! p. in. quite
n crowd was attracted near the cor
ner of Main mid Seventh streets, by
the cries of a woman. Upon orriv
iug at the scene it wna ascertained
that Mrs. Luce had imbibed too
freely of liquor and instead of ap
pealing for deliverance from
danger, as her cries would seem to
in licate, she wai giving vent, ii
very unmistakable man ier, to the
legitimite consequences of over In
dulgence in the vile drink. To say
the least it is a very unfortunate nf
fair and cannot but serve to again
furnish evidence as to the legitimite
remit of indulgence in strong
drink. We are informed that when
not under the influence of liquor,
Mrs. Luce make a very lady like
appearance and give fplendid
satisfaction aH an employee an a
"She was fined $10.00 nnd coM this
afternoon and in default of which
else was sent to jttil.
Ill thecase Gibson vs. Cnrter, suit
on'proiniHory not the jury render a
verdict in favor of plainlill' for
the full amount of the note f IddO.
In the rae Samson vs. Slaughter,
suit for ?l L'CkI 81 on promissory note
judgement was rendered in fuvor
of plaintiff for ?T.7.1.".
In the matter of McCord Itrady A
Co., of Ojiiaha, vs. Philip Krausc,
case of attchment, the atlchment
was dissolved and the case dis
missed. Lint of Laitara
Remaining unclaimed In the
postofllce at Plattemouth, Nov. 11,
for the week ending Nov. 4, 1801:
Rnrkrnrl!i,'. Philip Hati'k, jtmia
Bu li-r. Au.i
I'lnUleoxin. A 4 0
r. lnu. Allirrt
U -I'liuit, Mr K
Hmltli, W H
Tajlor. Wm W
v hit. Juhn
Persons calling for the
will pk'aie Bay "advertised,"
II. J. Si ki-tiitir, P,
Me. C. II. Jones, o( Spring Pill
Io'.mi, snyr: "I hae used Chamber,
Iain's Pain Palm for pevere nnd
pniiihil liiirns with better effect than
an) t'linrr I h ive ever tried. It re
lit veil ll e pain instantly mvl cures
without leaving it senr." l'ain Halm
i-t oneof the inoKt lisef.il Diedic'ia.-s
that in. y families ciiii be provided
.i;!i, fi-'-p eiaiy for vlu t:nii!li.i;i,
lame t.:i lc, spiainH, bruires, tooth
nelie.eiir ach and like nihix ills.
Une application will relieve the pain
and a fair trial insure a cure. 51)
cent bottles for sale by F. fj. Frickj
AC o. Druggists.
OUK FALL AxND WlNTLlt SIOCK
- - OP1 - -
DRY - GOODS - AND
We are Fhowin;; ii liandsime line of
CAMKLS JIA1K PLAI1W,
I IKNRr ETTAS.
A full line of colorings and blacks.
BLANKETS AM) COMFORTS
Stock complete and pricea lower
GLORIAS -HJSmSliftWLS. .
HAVE never i-liown bo
ITT ii :..t ....
ire can Biicciiu Huciiuuii io uili ruyj uinoi tinea i. ui ibuuiera
Military und Jlip Coat filupea trimmed with Mink, !Seal, Astracba.
Muflaloon Mid Conc furs.
Our line of Plush Sacqties aro cheaper than ter belore. Full
lines of Childrens and Misses Cloaks and Jackets.
ONE DOOR EAST
Dogs Yo Ettle Qii'l.
Need a cloak this winter? If she dosa you will make a great mistake 11
you do not call and examine the childrens cloaks that
we are otlering before buying.
We havo Just received from
Childrens sample Cloaks.
For children 0, 8, 10 and 12 years old, consisting of U9
garments in all. NO TWO ALIKr;, on which w
wOi'O giVCii ii DiSCCUXT
fo that sc were nble to sell them at actually
CAI L IN and let us prove the truth of the above statement, and
show you at the same time our UNIi LINlv of Ladies undMissea Kcefew
Sacqtu-a und Jackets.
SECOND SALE OF SAMPLE SU0E&
Another opportunity to buy ehoea at ,
We take pleasure in annoucing to the people of Plnttsmouth and i
surrounding towns that we have succeeded in getting another line !.
sample shoes. Our success with the last line was phenoininal nnd hun
dreds were disappointed because they came too late to secure some of tht
bargains that we offered. This line is better if anything than the lust, b
inir Walter II. Temmy A Co.,ot Hoston, Mass., full line consisting of Ija
dies, Misses, Childrens, Mens and Hoys shoes of ail kinds and of all da
scriptions. Among them is 300 pair of boys and Mens boots, iu whicb .
we can give the best value for your money that you ever "laid eyes on,"
Don't think that because we don't ask high prices for shoea that tlar
ahoea arc not of any high quality. We have among these ehoesthat ataj
.... i;. ...... u, iv el, own in the. ritY. evcrvthinir extrinsic is stripped iwia.
and the ahoes that you buy of us stands on its intrinsic worth. We dig j
the root of raluea and give you the wortU of your niooay.
Wm Still Giviag Groat B2rpBS.i1 Mwm,
11t .1l Wci.l Col
or Shirt und
Wool Shirts A
WM. HEROLD '& SON.
507 Main Ftrcet riattsmouth, Kob.
I'M) Ell WEAK
A gool Ladies Jersy vest at 2.1c.
Ladies fine Jersey vest nnd pnnta la
while or natural grays at 50c each
Lndien natural Gray Wool Vet-ts and
Pants at 50c. Regular 75c unde-
Full ' lines of Ladies Fine wooT
ribbed under wear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's undea
wenr in natural, scarlet and white
at prices aa low as the lowest
large aline in this department.
i i t ..r i...
h nn p?
FEW OF THEM:
Lad I e s Fine
Merin o S ' I k
S h i r I n u n 4
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