The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, November 17, 1891, Image 1
n "fi ll i : 1 mourn FI5TH YEAH. PLATTSMOUM, NEBRASKA. TUESDAY NOVEMBKR 17 1891 NUMBER 66 i I 1 .1 i i i n f ;i, j .1 i Royal Baking Powder T an 7 "The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure,! . for I have so found it in many tests, made both for J V ' ', them and the U. S. Government. The Royal Bak-' : ' 'nK Tovvdcr is undoubtedly the purest and most : , reliable Baking I'owdcr offered to the public. "". . "HENRY A. MOTT, Til. D." i , Late Chcmict for U. S. Government.' "All chemical tents to which I have submitted it ' ( Inyc proved the Royal Baking Powder perfectly Imltliful (ran from every deleterious substance. It.ii. purest in quality and highest in strength of any Baking Powder of "VM. McMURTRIE, E. M.t Pir. D." Late Chemist-in-chicf U. S. Drp't of Agriculture, I i Washington, D. C. "The strength of the Royal is 6hown to be 23 perl cent greater than any other. "As a result of my investigations I find the Royal ' Baking Powder far superior to the others. It is pure, contains none but wholesome ingredients, and is of j . 1 greatest strength. "F. X. VALADE. , 'Tublic Analyst, Ontario, DominJn of Canada! The latest investigations by the United States and Canadian Governments show the Royal Bak ing Powder superior to all others in leavening strength. , . , Statements by other manufacturers to the con" trary have been declared by the official authorities falsifications of the official reports. r r K v " SALSBURY : DENTIST : SOLD AND !'(. F.I.A I , tV. airlcaayi aiiiMiiirllr lor (lie a tii.- ti- Irut'lllir 11I li-rtli. .) Fine Gold Work a Specialty. . lorkwoud Bh.ck !ii:iiouIIi, Neb. WSON A PEAPCE I' 1MVE KECE1VKI) t TllrP'l nii. 'nnt r 1 1 i I t iid quill kiwi d Uil il tit Imi.I"" rtiir tmi bait I lu lr i il Ic I. Miry h vlull linf oi hli h'xKl mid lii ii 1 Cr I irliMi ifil I.h k uni hvp t 1 aucrd lli. li nrrw tMi r ti t - In to ana la 76 f U irdiiiiipil, j MISS SCII I'YLLR. TRIMMER. v ooi.n amd pni;cr.i.tN ckowss -Bridge work tod flan guld work k SPECIALTY. Ott. HTHXAt'S LOI'AI, k, m nll'pr au Uill,Vlvn Im i'f I'.tlulRMrttrviiuu l It ai u, C A. MARSHA LU . Fit?LTnlJ - TTORNEV A. N. l'f MVIV lttrnry nt-l.nw. Villi pin pr'.miil ilnil..i In all I ultit nir'il-l t i lum. oninn 11. Uoluu liluik, I wl hhlc, I'Ul .n.o.iili.Ni b. Wnll- nciti, n-l a'.t ma-imiiic T lo (ni iin i.ih'jv allti iin'nar. in in.v .;n In ' uk ii ilg a r--i imiiilf New . iV IIuumi. rt-rrr. Ma M r All I MUM, lrk Bui V Nrw Vuik. Many old soldiers, who contracted chrvmc du.rrl.Gcii iiii m the erice. lrive mure been permuiM-nt iiiiilierlain'i rhoert Rem ivi Hreii in ii i,y I naiiiiiierlain s . . i. . ... i . C ohc, ( holcni and diarrhoea Rem edy. For wile by E. G.l'rkke 4 Co. Not ins to Ladles I Imve on hand a fine lot of rib bons and tips which I will sll at the lowest prices focash. I have my goods at J.Finley Johnsons hard 1 ware slore w here I may be found every duy from 1:00 to &,) p. m, (j Mks. J. F. Joiixao.". niion s raiiirrn rcmrflv remedy a iksI- j (five Sre Catarrh, Uinhtheria nnd j (link mouth. For sale by F. G. j Ff eke & Co. M ining Congroaa. j The H. V M. wiil sell round trip i tickets to ull those wishing to at- lend the mining congress to be held at Denver Col., Nov. IS and 1'). Ticlut4 sold ut one . :rc and one-third, continuous pass.;e in each direction. Final ;,;init,vc. 0. ' J. F..-AM l.l, F. IiiiAM, Gcu. Pum. Agt. A ikihc biiriiec wiiii oven fur sale , ehesp. tf Wihi; a Root. Window Barrvtt'f Kitfat at Urown A dsAlL which 1 liavc knnwlodge. Reduced Rata. For the national alliance conven- lion nt Indiumiiir.lis. Ind.. the .'li- onrl Pncflie will iiihV t rate of $17.40 for the round trip. Tickets 1 Hold Nov. M mid 17, good to return until Nov. 'H. Call ut depot for par ticulars. An honest Swede tells his story In plain but unmistakable Ian- exciting n great interest. Many guage for the benefit of the public. ', discoveries are, however, being One of my children took a severe i made in our country that are re cold and got the croup. I gnve her ni.irkable, anion tr which we may a teasiioimfiil of Chauiberl.iin . mention that of Mailer's I'niti Par:! Cough Remedy, and in live minutes i lyier which elfecls entire relief, and I ....... I . I II.. .l.: I ' mi' n i nine nri wiiu iinrir. jf nun time he had to cough up the .... 4l... "I' gathering in the throat. Then she went to sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes. Then she got up ami vomited; then she went back to bed and slept good tor the re mniniier of the night. She got the croup the second night and 1 gave her the same remedy with the same good results. 1 write this becam.e I thought there might be some oee in the same need and not know the true merits of this wonderful medi. cine. (IIAkLKS A. TlloMI'SlK.V, I)es Moines, Iowa. .10 cent bottle for sale by G. Fricke Sc Co. Pure buckwheat lleiscl'n mill. Hour for sale at tf Wonaerful Succeit. Two years ago die Ilaller Prop. Co.' ordered their bottles by the box T.T. r,.l'.'T '",y, 'y "V rur,T,1 littery is generally accepted, it will Among the popular and sticccseful . ,. , 1 .' . , remedies they prcpaic is llaller'a Sarsap.irilhi A llurdock which is the most wonderful blood purifier known. No druggist hesitates to recommend this remedy. For sale by druggist. l.1iifO Hmea Tickets will be seddat the II. A. M. oflire at one fare for the round trip, to nil those who wish to attend the national alliance und industrial convention at Indianapolis, Iud. Tickets on sale Nov. l(J and 17. A golden opportunity Is Vere pr'seted that those desirinr to visit Indianapolis should ovail themselves of. lias Just opened up a full lis?e of ladles, Gents and Childiens all wool underwear and be fore you buy your Fall or winter gcods. Don't fail to call and seo our prices. We beat 'em all. Have you seen those nob by llhys Cd.s, all prclty shades, 55, 05 and 75 cenls each? f 1 ft Geo. Edson is in the city to-day. The rumors of impending war in Chili- nrc denied by Senor Meii'locn, Brazilian minister, in this morn ing s paperH. Messrs Unruh ind Ilocck, our cutcrpising furniture men will place bids before the board for the furn ishing of the new court house. Judge Chapman has been fuller ing from n Hevere atlack of catarrh but he wan able to make a bii 'iu s ! trip to Omalin last evening. E. G. Pettigrcw, who haH been visiting witli Terry Walker the past three weeks, returned home to i'lilnudrcn, Dakota, this tin ; f.ing. The ther.iiDtiieler registered 1 eight degrees above aero this morning at the II. & .M. depot at 0 o'clock; nine degrees ut the Hotel Kiley lit (i;:.0. The lire vcarc nt Jake Ileinrich's reMlaiirant and reKidence has been a Hevere trial for Jake, im he is very low and in a critical condition from a Hcverc attack of pneumonia. The business department of the high nchool is to be conducted in a special room im noon as proper arrangements can be made and additional facilities for instruction in special lines of work are to be made at once. I)r. Marshall surely must be doing a good and satisfactory business in dental work as he has all the time appointments for a week ahead and is hardly ever found without a patient in the chair. Such men give life to any city. John Currant, formerly a teacher near Wabash but now living in this city, went out to Cedar Creek last evening to consider an offer for . . 11 1 . t t lliai Hcnooi. jonn is one ui vass CJtinty 8 successful teachers and is well ou.ilified to assume "siime Creek the duties of the Cedar school. Some of the inOst. startling, in tersting discoveries of the life ami ctistouis of buried Egypt are now beinir made throuirh extensive cxrn- vattions. These discoveries are in iiuiiiycasrs n cuiiipinc iiirr ui ' .1.... . :l.l.. ,i: .1 that terrible disease rheumatism, and which nlso relieves pain of all kinds. For sale bynll druggist At a meeting of the W. C. T. U. in Ilmdou it was moved, but the motion lost, that parts of birdsshall not be worn miles obtained without pain. This course would require un affidavit attached to every part and parcel of a bird which might be put on the market, and then how could the ladies feel perfectly sure that the little winged creature gave up their last breath without being in agony? If the amendment wdiich Dr. Ilriggs hnd iii-teited into n report it n meeting of the New York pres- be a relief to many anxious minds. It reads: ''Infants dying in infancy and other persons incapable of being called by the ministry of the word, ure regeneiaied and saved by Christ, through the spirit which workcth when nnd where und how he pleascth; also other persons who have not been called by the ministry Al the word." since congress nan oucrrt! in ducements to beet sugar manu facturers, this industry has grown very rapidly. Nebraska noil is ad mirably ut'upted to beet growing nnd, while several factories have already been established in the state, there no reason why the industry might not be further ex tended. Cass county possesion nd vantagen for the establishment of such an industry unexcelled by any county In the state, and Platts uioutli might easily secure the location of one of these f.ictuika ii tlit) proper exertion wrre imidc . Dr. Livingston Ins hud the mis fortune to hnve three runaways within the last two week and it is feared that ho will not give up hiahigli spirited team until they land him some m herewith u broken neck. Lui t e wiling ut nLout 7 o'clock while Doc was wailing on a patient over on Pearl idrect the team made the third successful es cape running with incredible speed against u lamppost In front of Judge Chapniaii H residence which was bent over but tore the ,luggy from the Jioi'.'s cficr whieh tli-v mudo a circuitous route for the stablu without sustaining ony very severe damage. Doc seems to glory lu the i-iit of his team. No Auroemont Reached A second consultation was held yesterday at Omaha between General Manager Clark of the M. J'. anil General Manager lloldrege of the H. & M., relative to the former road being grailted the privilege of using the II. & M. bridge across the I'latte at this place. No definite conclusion was reached, but ?Ir. Clark staled that in his opinion the M. I'. would build a bridge of its own as that would be more talis- factory lo all concerned. 1 htinUV4l viiivi f-upper. The young people ot the First ISiip1i.1i church of I'l.illsaiouth will give u geueial good Thanksgiving supper in the basement of the cuiiicii Thanksgiving night, Nov 4.1. Louie iiul bring nil your lriciids and eat pumpkin pie and apple sauce and everything else that is good for a Thanksgiving supper. Also an interesting pro gram will be furnished. Admis sion, free. Supper, 25 cents. ISy order of COMMUTE. A New Fk. A few weeks since Washington county was canvassed by an agent purporting to represent the "Chic ago Wholesale Association." Ilia scheme was to sell the farmers a certificate entitling him to a mem bership in the association, for which he was to pay $5. Thin en titled him to purchase from association" any and all good wanted at wholesale rales. Aft number of memberships had been taken it was ascertained that the affair was a fraud and those hold ing certificates had been 'duped." It always pays to buy of those parties, whom you know are re sponsible and worthy your patron age. It might be well to lookout for the agents as they nre still, 1 " j operating in the slate. I writer refers to the mi A Chicago matter as fob lows: ' The company was "managed" by George Samuel!. It consisted of buying goods largely on credit and selling for cash on orders from farmers and others in the country. The Central Trusts and Savings bank secured judgement on a note and so!d the stock ou hand, ercur ing thereby enough to pay court costs, but leaving creditors to the omount of firi.CXlor thereabout un provided for. "The fake is too recent hereabouts to be certain of results, but they can hardly be different elsewhere. In .Minnesota where the selienie was extensively woikcd, the complaint is made that the sale of the hhareof stock usually closed the deal, and the purchaser was simply out Ins ..(. .). iiooils sent were interior in quality and more costly than the same grade Fold by the retail trade It would semi as if people would learn, in time, that the safest place to do any kind of business is with dealers whom they kmnv and who are permanently located yet every year the traeliug sharpers comes around and ropes in any amount of people." Noiiim to w. c. T. U. Remember the called meeting nt the M. E. church to-morrow after- noon at 3 o clock. A good attend ance is desired. SicckKTAk V. 1 ha C:lur;Hiio Qnnneti. The' (hicago Ladies' Ouartetle win nug in Waterman s opera house to morrow evening unlr the ausiiices of the the ladies of the lCpifCojnil chif-ch, The entertain ment will be first cl:i.uM in every rMirticul.tr and well worthy the patronage oi all lovers ot tnumc. Read the following: "So highly were Miss Cope's phe notueiinl talents regnrded there, and so rapid was her progress, that .he prevailed tiisni to give a rending In Chickering Hall a very high compliment, Indeed, nnd which was endorsed by a large and delighted audience. The most crit- irnt and discriminating people who ha e heard her, believe her capable of equaling the merits and career of Mary Anderson, whom in many rfpecis eh greatly roiicm bles. Alice Morrill Knvinond was the mlpicnt of u vi'T ltenrty etirore. Ilcr vo.'ce is a rich, deep, powerful contralto. Chicago News. Mi-s R.i.vmoud'B ninging was n rare treat (o the ntidience. She possesses a voice, of wonderful coinnass, strong, clear ami far reaching. Hertalent as a vocalist has not beeu in the lau t over ruled. Chicago Inter Dceaii. Alice Raymond isiicijuiring rnpid popularity as n singer, with a full nnd finely cultivated ullo voice. Chicago ludicutor. -FRED HE OUU FALL AiD WINTElt STOCK - - OP1 - - DRY - GOODS - AND laadics Furnishings Is Ucxt1 Ooxnplcts ia all Dopartnaont3, di:is coons We are showingn hanilsomc line of CAMELS IIAIK 1 'LA I US, IJ1COAU-CLOTIL FLANNELS, SERGES, HENRIETTAS. A full line of colorings and blacks. I1LANKF.TS ASH COMFORTS Stock complete and prices lower than ever. CLOUDS ilB SUftWTiS. HAVE never hown so We call special attention to Military und Hip Coat shapes trimmed with Mink, Seal, Astrackaa, Mtifi'aloon and Coney furs.' Our line of Plush Sacrpies arc cheaper than tres before. Fill ines of Childrens and Misses Cloaks and Jackets. ONE DOOR EAST A BIG STOCK OF HOLIDAY fib Xi vv&,A AT THE LOWEST TRICES. Repairing of FIXE WATCHES a and all Work Warranted. B. A. M'ELWAIN, THE LEADING JEWELER 415 Main Streot, I Moore is in Omaha to-day. J. M. Muir is in the metropolis to-duy. Philip Ktaua left for Omaha this morning. It. A. Gibson of Lincoln is in the city to-day. Ilyron Clark and l'at M'Callan went to Omaha this morning. II. C. M'Macken went to Lincoln this morning on a business trip. M 1). folk has become a hot-house plant and is now raising greens. ?ir. nnd Mrs. is. ft. xxvcriu came from Pacific Junction this morn ing. Cashier Wolcott of Weeping Water came in on the Schuyler this morning. R. W. Hyers left on No. 5 for Oma ha where he will resume his duties us petit jurymnn. Ed I'arrott leaves to-day via M. P, forl'er.t. He will soon return and remove his family there. Mr. and Mm. II. C. Hackney re turned on the flyer from Chicago. The report, snow ut Chicago. W. J. White sold farty wagon loads of coul last Saturday. Evi- detstly someone is anticipating cold wcuthcr. Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Ackcrinan re- turned this morning from Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, where thev have been on u wedding trip. Thev will ot once commence hoimckcepiuj;. IBM AH 8- LMinnvKAi: A good Ladies Jeruy vest at 2"c. Ladies line Jersey vest and panta ia v.hile or natural grays est iasC cciC ar Ladies natural Gray Wool Veslsand Pants at 50c. Regular 75c undea- wear. Full 'lines of Ladies Fine wool ribbed underwear in white, cardi- . tin! and black. Complete lines of Child's under wear in natural, scarlet and white at prices at, low as the lowest. largo aline in tills department. our hrga assortment of Uoefort FIRST NATIONAL. - JEWELER Headquarter for Everything in the line oJ WATCHES, DIAMONDS, FANCY AND BRONZ CLOCKS, OPTICAL GOODS, OPERA GLASSES, FANCY SILVERWARE, SOLID GOLD JEWELBT G00D3 Specialty t Plattsmouth, Neb. OUR CLUBINO LIST, Hum Vanillic iinil ii nn i n In ulii III il mill II Kit I a H irnel'i Mk t. Iifl vet IIHA1.U II rii-l'n r Hull IlKx l.n llHIl- r'' V CfklV Kiel HKIIAI.ll limuMatB Ki'Kllrnilil UhKU.n .ft 83 . -i ti .. 4 i.a .. 4 81 ' i 80 Spoclmnn Caes. S. H. Clitford, New Casl' -.. was troubled with neiin . .' ?"? rheumatism, his stomach V' Bna' ordered, his liver was n'"," , and strength. "bot Ue'of hlectric Hitters r,mvl him n?VWi ""rr'rd, llMniMbtirci in., line, a running sore on his Wr of eiht yours' stnndintr. U8e3 . luroe bottles of Electric Hitters and even bottles Hucklen's Arnica . Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speoker, Catawba, )., had fiv large fever sores on his leg, doctor said lie whs incurable.. One bottle' Electric Hitters and on- box Hucfcv len's Arnica Salve cured him entire ly. Sold by K. G, Fricke & Co. As Thanksgiving day draws near it might be well for aIlfh Ana A ghiuce nround and iiar,.r.!- "oai mcy miouid be thankful. We tliink nil Nebraskans will agrea that we should be thankful for out Jlung at leoFt-nau.cly, that there ia no lctfmlnlure lu ees.sion thin winter. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. erger, accom panied by their daugVor, came in from Louisville this morfcinc. "i i.iriner, iiarrel . w mV ,.n. u . r . . HI, wlio-eci "truck u book agent on the hid ia Lincoln, resulting In the deni..t the Utter, should be dealt with the full extent of the luw.