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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1891)
PLArrjMoar.i, nsiraska. Wednesday wovexs6r s mi
for I have s f.i
tlicin .'.:..l 1
i:,k- I' m. ' . i.
1. ; . ,
cent, (yi t.it. ; tlu..i .". .;
"As a rtaiili of v,;y
Cakia l'uvvdcr far
conlaiiu lion;: but ..
"i'ul'i Ai.u.'j:.', Ontario, Djiuiu.n of Canada."
The latent investigations by the United States
ana C-r.atli:::. Governments show the Royal Bak
ing IV.vd.r superior to all others in leavening
!u!ci:i:u!c ly ether manufacturers to the con
t;y heve lec:: declared by the official authorities
alsiicalLns of the ofj'icial reports.
COLD AXI I'UKL'EtAI.X CKOWNH.
Dr.H.rlxwitva Htn-iihrilr loi Ilia pnUik.i el
llUI'llHI llf tft-tll
Fine Gold Work a Specialty,
xkwiiiid Block . llatiimoutli, Neb.
WPON A PEARCE
ikrlr r'l mm., ism 1 ril'li' 1 . t'i n1 quill"
twiiliit il nr Imi.lm cmi lmi Imla
lu rilmw ai d Ic I. I lirjf H lull
hue baby h "xl mill In m
drrl irlrMt ll iH k nul hs
4tund llirli irw mil. r lwi lu 40aud (
"ft r l irliNiii-il,
MISS SCHUYLER, TRIMMER.
, QOI.U At ruUCKLAIN CIIOWNS
Uriilgu work nd tine uld work t
OK. T VIVA I'M UK'Al.MWolt olhrf l,
cUicUckIvd lurllii pmiileMtrik'Uin ul
C A. MAIISHALU Fitjfi-rald V"'
ft TTOKN IlV
A. N. BULL1VAN.
Attomcjr m-l.sw. Will (ii innipt nOMillm
(o kll lii-Hif- r'll rul t-1 In liiin. lifTlra to
llnlilll llliM'K. hHl Mile, riHll'iniililll, Nrl).
Wnl"i1 n hpi l. rl ulilf m nl.iry 7i
In wi 1111 ul Irv llh 11 i n f. in inur . hi
In h' n n vrllnii
lill lS. Ni-w Viirk.
A ri-m til Willis Nrw 1 II
Many old soldiers, who contracted
chronic diarrhoea while iij the
ervice, h'jve since been permanent
ly cared of it by Clinmihcrlnit.'g
Colic, Cholera and (linrrhoeii Kern
edy. For eale by P. (j. I ricke & Co.
Nolle to Ladles
I hnre on hand a fine lot of rib
bo !i A ml tips which I will kcII at
the lowest prices fociifh. I have
my Roods at J. Finley Johnson bard
ware store where 1 nuiy be found
every day front 1:00 lo r;(!0 p. in.
MKs. J. V. JOHXttON.
fihiloh's rutnrrh n-nu dv iosl
Itlve cure Caturrh. Diphthrrln and
Cnnker mouth, For sale by F. (J.
1V1 t Vc& Co.
Some of the most slartlinar, In
trrstiiifj discoveries of the life and
customs of buried Ktrypt ar now
beinj made through exlensiverxca
vattions. These discoveries are
exiitiiiif a (treat interest. Many
discoveries ore, however, beinj
made in our country that arc re
inarltnhle, 81110110- whlcli we nay
mention that of Waller's Pniu Para
lyser which effects entire relief, anil
V in autuiy cases n complete cure ol
th;H terrible (liseio-e rheiimatitiiii,
"S. nttd which also relieves j.nin of all
viuds, Por sale by all ilriiRiHta
A base burner with oven for iale
WldK ii lvOOT.
m.K.Ic both for
'I'.x ll.jy.il 13ak
: :s; .i..I r.iu.t
; : : i I c.
to by 23 per
i .:vc;;;-;-.itioi;j I find the Royal
p :ut tj tlic othcis. It is pure,
.cl-; j:r.c i.: jriiicaU, and in of
Onti Waahinuton. i
A special I'ulluiail car passed Jmowu to have had in his pos
thro' tS:c city last cvrl:: contain- scorioii iii the iiciiiiiboilioml of fZC)
ing '1 representative citizens ( money.
01110117 whom were t-'cnsilorn Man-j To whatever cause his disappear-di-rsiiii
and I'uddock, John M.Thurs- UIRt. ,M;,y he nlti ibuled, all concede
ton, K. Kosewuttr, Gov. T. J. Majors n,ui he in nurely unable lo comma
enrottte for Washington, where they nicate, or lie would noli.'y his family
will appear before the iiiitional re- 0(i alleviate their anxiely. Mr.
publican commilteewhich meets in ivtcrsen is not a man that would
that city the Zri nst , for the pur- ,;,, L. j,, quesiionable Hocicty and
p H; of preHt'iiliiiff Omaha and lier
attractions in a convention city
with 11 view of having the convon -
tiou held in Omaha. The commit.
tee will npnrc 110 pains to present
Oinahiiui her best lijrlit and tlicy
confidently hope to have thcii re-
An honest Swede tells his story
in plain but unmistakable Ian
Kuajre for the benefit of the public.
One of my children took a severe
cold and not the croup. 1 pive her
n tcaspooiiful of Chamberlain
Couh Keuiedy, and in live minutes
lates I unve her one more. J ly this
time she had to cough up Hie
rrnilifriiiir in the tliriinl. Then hlie
went to sleep and slept good lor , in. yesterday. It appears that the
tifteen minutes. Then she got tin . M. flyer had just pulled out
and vomited; then she went back ,, le f.M;rinoit A Chester nccoin
to bed nnd slept cood lor the re-; , . ., , .
niainner of the night. She got the . "'odaliou had side tracked U.id was
croup the second niuht and 1 gave loading freight preparatory to Icav-
her the same, remedy with the same
good results. I write this because
1 ituilli'llt llllTI llli'rlil Iij uftllll if 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 a I. it...
Ul UK' HillH M ( 11 illlll IKK ft IIOW IDC )
trui mrritrt of tlii uoiidt rlul uudi-
cim. CllAKIXrt A. Tnu.HHi;i;,
i ii'm ,iuiiiii. i.iwti. .di c'ii I'oi'.ie
for sale by V. O. Fricke Si Co.
1'ure buckwheat Hour for sale nt
Hcisc l's mill.
Two years ago the llaller Prop.
Co.' ordered their bullies by the box
now they buy by the carload.
Among the popular and siicceseful
remedies they prepare is Mailer's
Snrsaparilla fc Hurdock which is
the most wonderful blood purifier
known. No druggist hesilutcs to
recommend this remedy.
For sale by druggist
Eas Just opened up a full line
of ladles, Gents and Childrens
all wool underwear and be
fore you buj your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fall to
call and seo our prices. We
beat 'em all.
Have you seen those nob
by Misses Caps, all pretty
shades, 55, 65 and 75 cenU
A MYSTER.OUS DlbATPEA RANG E
The Wheraiib iu't o Rnnmim Petersen
UriUno wn-Foul Piy rsu'
Our usually tjm'ft little city
has been mil led up somewhat by
tin.' rtiid ten dirtiippe.iniiice of Ras
mus Petersen. Mr. Pcler.ieu wont
to Omaha 011 the 7: la liyiu Monday
morning, expecting to return on
tin; I ilu tr.iin in the cvciiiu g, luit im
yjt lie Ii.h nut rcturnf. I 11. nl no
kiiowli'dc can Il- obliiini'il us to
liirt w'in'.'t'alio.il.t. Hi- 1 1 iv iliniii r
at a relative's in Onialia Monday
and tr.nnaeli' 1 liu-i le.-s a-. lin-
v.-.io:i'.-,i:.' ii ..1 ., n! . .1 ..).! ,v .1 iii... t
Ulier at li p. ill. Hi li'U llus pl,ire:
lor tin.' imou- of vV. A. Miiii'.', l ''
C'lllM!'il l.ltllf.'-, VVll.'l"!' Ill' l')i'l-Il'd I
to pin iii. if e a Mo.'ii of (.'in i.-wii.is .
H in .Is, in lend in; lo ret urn to 1'asloti !
iNe OallahiT's belore tailing the (i:l )
tram lor 1'l.ilisiuniilli.
A telephone nie.-.ae from W. A.
Miller nt 1 11. in. to-day said that he
liul seen nothiujr of liiin. mid
1'axtou A (hillaher teslii'y that lie
(ailed to return to their place of
business ns he anticipated, neither
wis he lit the station to t.n.e the
(J. 10 train.
There is considerable speculation
n to the cause of his disappear
ance, lie has been subject to heart
disease for some time, which,
together with the fact that he has
been leelinj; unwell lor several
days, is suyesteil us a probable
index to the mailer. Tin' reviiiliu
opinion, however, is that he has
been foully dealt with. In
lo Council IllulTs he probably
passed under the viaduct on Teuili
Direct, from Marey to Harney
Btreels, where foul play would le
easily iiccomjilisiieil iiml detection
remlri eil extremely (loulitiul. lie
; jf j,e j i 'onlined on account of
' ealttiess there is billed itibl that he
( l;ut (,veu frcjbly detained. Ilia
) (rioll, ,erPi uni jjr,. peterHcn
"especially, arc very much cine
ter.u'.I and very anxious that the
truth be known. Messrs J. C. and
Chris Petersen took the early train
for Omaha this iiinriiiiipf and no
iiuins will be snared to uncertain
us to his whereaboiils.
A fOKMLH HI.AIlaMuUlH MAN.
Killed at Filrmount in a Wrack on the
B A M. Hoatl.
A disnslrous wreck is reported to
have occurred at Fairmont at 7::M) a.
, hig. The switch hail been left open
' ,,.,.,, ,., ;,,,.,.,. (lf n,.,,!,...
nwiii llull.cn ami a through frci-lit
daHlird into the ro;ir of the Clu nur
fri.iht. Drakimuu JlulU-n, tlio
I man responsible- ior the accident,
was instantly killed. F. M. Lt.ini-
houxc, conductor was horribly man
gleil and dn'il an hour later.
Mr, I iariihoiiHC will bu remi'in
bered cs u dinner resident of Plaits-
iiioiith, he linviipr b"cn employed
U4 baggage master of the U. & M,
making his home here.
Co to lirown A I'.arrett's find pet 11
wiiiilow glass una slop up thut hole
in your uouse. u
A LIST OP MISHAPS.
AT TUB mors.
Curtia Moore had the misfortune
yesterday to lose three of his
fingers while at work in the Ik A'M.
hops. Ilia hand was immediately
dressed by lr. Livingston and
though his Injury is every pninful
and the losa of his finger will prove
aerioils, lie is feeling aa well to-day
a might be expected.
AT THECOUKT IIOUBR.
A piumcr from Omaha,
who recently began wo,k
on the court house was seriously
aul pi i ha j, s fatally injured at
p, in. yesterday. I!c attempted to
assist in the unloading of a box of
p'nte glass, weighing ll(X) pounds,
a id by becoming over balanced the
box fell across his hip .crushing it
and probably injurying liiin Intern
ally. At thia writieg he npptura to
be resting better but there is no
certainty that lie will recover.
The county court docket hna been
unavoidably crowd.'d out of to
day'! issue, but it will appear tomorrow.
Com minvionr'N Proeeerllnyi.
Platthmoutii Nov. 9.-1
. Hoard met ptimuiiit to ndjour
ini'iit. I'reseiit. A. H. Todd, A. C.
Lnder and Jacob Tiilsch, County
Couiiiiissioiier 1, Hird Crirtchlielil,
M iniiles of ctobor session reail
anil approved when the iollowiii
I business wan transacted in regular
I ll.i-dnfs p.'rlai ninfjf t'i court
I lioiine was nili'iideil '.n and bmiri!
adjiMiriii'iI till to morrow.
Nov 'inber 10.
Hoard met, full hoard p'rcscnl,
when tin bills were com-idi'i i d tin
tov.ec'oe.t in limit )'.ou.-e. 'lln
priipo.-iiiou 1 1 in ! by I'laUMi'.mr.li
ciij- lo pay towards payi'iy
I n cloeli ' was nt i i jiii d, and con
I tract was iet in i'i r. iclieri-liiiili.
a;'' . it (irSi'ili Tiinma t'loi-lt coin-
pany, for tower striking clock with
Urn pound bi'll at V.i-l.liO and a con
tract entered into for saiil work.
Hoard adjourned till to-morrow.
Hoard ini'i, full boanl present,
when the following was done to
wit: Appointment of I). Woodurd,
constable for Weeping Water city
was made upon petition, and bond
Hoard ordered that the county
clerk draw warrants to judges and
clerks of election for amount equal
to twenty-live cents per hour for
time consumed while sitting 011
election boards, and allowing three
judges for each precinct and vot
ing district and live judge for each
ward in Platlsmoulh city where
registration is required.
Kill of Dr. J. II. Hall for medical
service on rreI M0II111 was r?-co .
sideivd a. ul refused payment.
I'poii petilioa a Oruggisi's per
mit was granted to I,. K. Myers of
Cedar Creek formic year.
1 he following claims were al
low d 011 the general fund.
I' I' II ti 1 mi)iI r. nil nu ii
.1 C Kirk iiunry 'ins 1IH11: p in it
!l M l tl ! 1 ml "I ju 'vi' i.rni'e ..
II .1 S'lriulll i iiiuiR'il Kn!iiit'.
K I'nlunr mils t . pAUp"r
SUmlf Urn liul' tu ii.iinvrr
WllC eiil i hiiiviMii JiiiIk" "(lire
J Triini'li csoli 11.1I1I lit r or 'i
I .Mlilrr n.illiiK c'ni' clii'tl, ullke t Ui
It'll bill l)its v l'iil"iiinn it frt
lie. rjr llmrl, m In In c linty IT "i,
I) A a 111 brll liiilrx iliKi-st 3 CO
U It JonM ifpuJiiiiK J H i m
s'iiiiiIit I'm in ls t iiimr 19 w
I H Mu Ii v & 111 111 Ue o pisir 31 On
Ky un In k Urfoiid nil pilnuuei. 20 no
A N Hiilliysn 20 1
Mill Oriiiit ' " 20 cm
Unlit I). inn lly wiliiiin fwel )rtr .... 4 no
W Wriilsi run 1 imil u( 1 fllee in m
; K a rvo m Imi in poor in".
Jnai'i A r-!'. Irani for cni'it 5H i
A II I mill aljry ami cXiK'iie W Ui
I Till-rli I I mi
A C l.o irr ' 6.1 30
Mull I I'-r'ns il f.o Hnj prl. mm 3.1 Oil
C nt bill Mnle 'Ill'Ulla. til ur M U
S ro Inn 11 ill klilK b.iH .1 b net i '
it K Wrii'ui ci,i h in 1,1 .inr in fill
Nrbl.t k k I'lri'll iiisI.'ii lnt 27 SO
W .1 M I, Mr n-iil i t Ii i llurci uit. . ltt Ui
txh Imlt Hm .lull iiit-ra TCI
il W .Ni lil" illlli uu t rxprim I 1(0 I ft
0 1 rr'i oen rirc luii boollu ...
A a Kuiittt, pr ii, Ii v.. lot 3i,
I'lii lll i K"i lib! r il ,,. t So
I'liiini'li' .1 S v. 1 1 v t ry lo on
K W l n.'H.rnlli.ty pliy I Ihii 43 00
lllid i lib 1. In .a. 1 1' i II ii 1 1 t Ii .... 171 OJ
laid Irucl.li'-lil.b.il un l.ii !-. ... .... I.vi 3:
I V vo"il. "'t.ilf StiuDdr 4
C W SMMii r.
i n: b II, siair Ituilrra
K a M nr. MHlr V1 Mmiir rl at
A M t l. lk,
111 I llll', b'l'HK & n'llll lull etc
i.Vt bill, s ale it SI. nil r
Vta tUcn Cury.rurr Mi. IWikiui ...
I. Nsil;i'l. iuil ....
'.Vritrril In l Hcrnppr l.'n, iml.e
it Kl'uli iMI rwi gt ml
A C Muyr, iimrynr
1 1 l ie W 11m, lr Iuk rimil
, KTH'I, "
I W lU-nJ'-e. plkn fur r ind
, pi.th:ct runn,
E It Todd, moving MTspar. dlM 13
n it i imi k rtsi).
Ho't& Kam' t. Iiiiu Is-r
HnulU I'Utta I. Uliilirr Co. lumber ,
I'll. Murtoa, ualoading 11111 I TI
C l) imudiu id. IiMur bil.ljim vxi 40
l!rkuii St iphrr. luinbrr tu so
II A Watunuaii & Hon, lumber 1 It
1 lilhsll VullT. lumbar 4a (Ml
(Hi i'ii, 'i hflilcr no rnuntT Una. 7l 5
l.f.ildili'.v. t I nk & I o. IiiiiiImt rl. 11W 10
IHUHT lliil.-SK li NI rUKU. '
X II Aagiud. blaikainillilig U Oft
Warrsnls for the above and all
election warrants are now ready.
The following bills were refused:
Mrmin A. lliirrs't. ini illrlna to poor
s I, ivtri t n. i.it n vii- lo inHir
J M smririorii.
Gti I owuil, l lI'iktli R .'rrrl..
: a qi
. in no
. 10 Oil
. ti MM
Our local coiitemporarica have
announced that add'iio.ia arc to be
made to 'die editorial staff of 'Jllli
IIiIUALn, and rather than permit un
erroneous linprcstoii lo be creutt d,
we wish to stale that Mr. Ccrgu v.'ill
probably lie employed for a short
lime to assist in the local work nnd
do a little outside soliciting i the
interests of the 'paper.
nUll l-'A l,L AM) WINTJEit Si Ot K
- - OJF -
DRY - GOODS - AND
7a ITcvr C.ra'Dlcto in all 3DoraTKicnt3,
Dill s (.(HIDS
We are showinga linndsome line i f
CAMKI.S HA IK Pi.AID.i,
full line of colorings and blacks.
ItbtXKKTS AM) (0MI0IMS
Stock complete and prices lower
GLORIAS ilNID Sll&WLS.
HAVE never shown so large aline in this department..
We call special attention to our l trg'i assortment of Reefert
Military unci Jlip Coat shapes trimmed" with Mink, eal, Astracktav
MiiiTaloon and Coney furs.
Our line of Plush Siicojicu aro cheaper thaji ecr Leiore. Fl)
lines of CliilJrens and Misses Cloaks ami Jackcto. r.
ONF. DOOR EAST
A BIG STOCK OF HOLIDAY QC0D3
AT THE LOWEST PKICES.
Repairing of FINE WATCH ICS n Specialty
: und all Work Warranted, i
IB. A- M'ELWAIIT,
THE LTADINQ JEVVELtrt ,
41C Main Streot,
Editor IIUKALD: Pleaso permit
my wife and I to express through
the columns of your piper our sin
cere thanks to our unknown shop
fri. nds for the testimonial ol their
i.'...i..u i.. ..i-riuf.iii i ii ii its some.
It HIllllTrj III i,iv ri iii'"!,
ii it. ....I iiml owing to nn nccummtihMton of Ice
chairs and I can assure them tnai
when sittiuir in one of the chairs i
after the work of the day is done no
matter whether it be in speculating
as to the cause which led to the
overthrow of a dynasty, tlic rise or
f ill of a nation, the growth of a lit
erature, the spread of a religion or
the direction toward which things
appear to be drifting, I shall always
have room in my memory for a
grateful f emcmbratice of the gift
of my unknown friends.
Yourn very truly,
T. T. Wilkinson and Wikk.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. 8. T-
Von.itta, a son.
Mcaars Harry nnd Will !lwland
were passenger 8 for Omaha to day.
jjcnmmpie imsbevn ttppointed
janitor ior wumicw court bouse.
Orlando Ti;(It,chairmnii of the re
publican central committee i fn
the city to-t Jay.
The "Chicago Ladies Quartette,''
came In this moriiiiic. Don't f.i.i
hear them at the Waterman to-nloht
f r ir . , .
Mrs.J. W. Dakcn, who has been
vluillmr 1i .,.,.11...- TM... i.
i ctice, re-
turned home to Omahu this morn-
A good Ladies Jersy vest nt ""ci .
Ladies fine Jersey vest and. pants li
white or natural grays at Title each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Vests an4
Pants at aOc. Kegular 75c under-
Full lines of Ladies Fine wo)
ribbed under wear in while, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's under
wear in natural, scarlet nnd white
at prices ah low as the lowest
Headquarter for Everything in the line ol.
DIAMONDS, FANCY AND BRONZ1
OPTICAL GOODS, OPERA GLASSES,
SOLID GOLD JEWELRT
OUR CtUBINO LIST,
ll'ilns VaniuiiMainl ii II '.I I
hi tin 1,1 .1- mill M K ll I li
ILirni'i'i M e: . in sort lliiAt.li
II rn I'H ll.iX r li ul II K- l.n
liiiip r' Wn'kiv innl "Kii.x i. a
Iuwa M.ila Ui isut iiml IIkkai.I)
. -i II
.. 4 HO
" 4 r
.. 'i OJ
A Broken Leg
Last Monday evening Jacob Jones,.
upon the back steps at the board
ing house of Mrs. Molly Hrren,
accidentally fell, breaking hia er
just below the knee.
Mr. Joiicb recently came tr 4j
place from Winterset, la. I ,..
elderly gentleman, bci-
fifty years of age, wind Mn Vfnder
hia injuries more aer h
would have been a u
e it ' -.paeJrrran Cae.
Clifford; New Castle WI.
.. j troubled with lK'uruliri and
.neumatiKtu, Ii'm stomach wan dia
ordercu, Ki a 'liver -was affected to an t
lnrniin'' degwrvappptite fell away
nnd lie vas 4"rribl reduced in llesfi
and strength. Jl"? libtUoa..f J
Electric Hitter's ctiml him.
tti i . -"j, jiarrisutir4L
l llM lliiil a riiniiimr m, l; .
j.owaro snen herd.
,t . "r """"II inn
i"m years- Htntding.
three bottles of Electrie Itii
s of Eleetri,' imi..,.
M-ycn botjljM Huekleu'a Arnic.
J in Speaker, Catawba, ()., i,d liii.
1.11,,-rt fever notes on his l-g, doctora.
i. , i "Mil out pifj
1 , 1 , .'!cn Ka,v "iivd tin,
I IV. hlll.l llV 1 ' l.'! .1 . i'-.
,. . un" ,nrvox ituckv
. " cougn when Snt
i" w'11 ivp "'ntcdinfe rrv
?,cl' nee JO cts.. m et u.,.i
- - v. rrtcne & Co.
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