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IMATTSMOUTII, SKMtASKA. SATUItDAY, 1) IX1 KM HER 5, 1891.
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S'i r FIFTH YFAlt.
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All Experts Use
Royal Baking Powder
Perfect and uniform success in making finest food is
more certain with Royal I5aking Powder than with any
other. Use it in every receipt calling for a baking
powder, or cream of tartar and soda, and the best
results in pure, wholesome, appetizing food arc assured.
Experts use it because it adds to their fuirress. Physi
cians and Health Officers recommend it because it adds
to the wholesomcncss of the food.
MARION Hap.LAND: "I regard the Royal Baking Powder as
the best in the market. Since its introduction into rny kitchen
I have used no other."
Miss Maria Parloa: "It seems to me that the Royal
flaking Powder is as good as any can be. I have used it a
great deal and always with satisfaction."
MRS. BAKER, Principal of Washington, D. C, School of
Cookery: "I say to you, without hesitation, use the,' Royal.'
I have tried all, but the Royal is the most satisfactory."
M. GoRJU, late Chtf, Dclmonico's, New -York: "In my use
cf Royal Baking Powder, I have found it superior to all others."
A. FORTIN, Chef, White House, for Presidents Arthur and
Cleveland: "I have tested many baking powders, but tor finest
food can use none but 'Royal.'"
BCnUXITOX ft Utnim UlTBtt k. n.
OK DAILY I'ASHKMikK TRAINS
GOING EAST GOING VEST
Di). 3 6:lrtrM Nol I:ll. m.
'No. 4 1(:.) . vii 1. f,u! p in
Nu.lt 7iMp, III No. V m a. m
Nolo. 9 1 4A . in no. T '-I, in.
No. I J 10:14. 11 No.), i-.ffip, m.
No. JO . IJJ.n NO. i. .... ft :'in p, m.
0, IS II W. m.
MlS-KjCIU l'A( iril) HAILH AY
1. S4 Acnmo1tl"tl lnvm..
. 4 .mi p. ni.
Trin dully eierpt futility.
Attorney al-ljiw. Will mv prompt atti-titloi t
11 ail nuaiiii-M pinrii.UMi 1.1 mm. iinicn id
Union block, KmI Sltln, riaU.mouth. Nnb.
OLD AM) I'liKl KI.AI.V CROWNS.
Or. Hirlswayi (iintholle for Hie plnlra
UHI'11.11. Ilf Iff Hi
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
aVxkwood lllork 1'IhI lainriut ti . Ni-b.
Cblr Fall irn. fmiry rllilw.ri. t'tnt and quill
IM) a lot lit vm Iwliluii roup "lipp hut
lu ulrnw ff t 1 li y ti van lull
Hup nl tiahy hnd anil In ir
dfrt irlKf 0I1I ainrk mil Iihv ra
diii-fd Hi" li nr.w mII r ! 10 40 and lo
7ft rp u irtiniiif il.
MISS SCIIl'YI.KK'. TKIMMKK.
AM) TYI'KW KITING COI.I.IXU-
Ther arp lliiiimiili f J"ur Indlpi. piii(
(tlflii mIi.4 tfiKliPm rlpik. ne alio rppklnK
out rli riMrnit on a l"ty halfly iufllclial
loKiipi'ly tliplr rtpry dy iin.
Ily ri.ifil.llliK a cnur'P In uliort hniH and
by niihlil' i Hi 1 ran min fiom J40 10 aiio prr
M'ua'lonn Kiirllpfd tn (nniprtpiil luuofaU
IlldlUKUal UilUCttl:Il, tlfTV tyjplllfll
DAY AND KVKNINS SESSIONS.
Rooiiia ovrr Maycn riora.
OLD AND rOBt'RLAIN t'KOWNB
Brldg work and One gold work
OK. HTKINAl'S LOTALmwpII aa othr aft
aatbatlcaitlypa (or Hi nalnlMaaaUiuitloa ol
0. A. MAH8MALL. Kity.raM "'-
WHOLESALE flNO RBTMIL
IKil.ia 1 TV!
CHOICEST HIMNDS OF CIGARS
ruix i.iai or
TOIACCO AND SUOKI.n'S ARTICI.il
alwaji la (04k
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
C'ATiKii.ir.-Ct I'iiiiI'v Cliiirrti. nl. lo-tufpn
K il 1 la mid HUlli. FatliiT t'anipy, I'Hiior
h.rviffg: Vic-at and l :' . M. buliday
hrliool nl J :M, IIIi b'iifd!rtloi..
i iiBi-il4K. Vr.r,:er !." and Fluhth Ht.
hfivli'ii iiioiiilui: and tvfiilhK. Kld-r J. h.
Ileril, paxLor. Hiindny Bi ImmiI 10 A. M.
RplM'OfAL.-Kt. I.ukp'n C'liiirrh, coriiPr Third
nd V K II B lturipi pH'lor. hr-
Icm : II A. M. a d 7 30P. M. Hiinday HcIhmiI
at t ) r. M.
Ophmav M ktiioiubt. niPr Sixth Ft. and
illlllP. Hfv.lllrt. l'lor. HprvlrP4illA.il.
and 7 M I' M. ttiiuuay Hrhuiil lo :i A.M.
I'kp.pHvtp hi a n. hrrvirp In iipw fhurrli.for-
nrr Hnili mid liriiinip t. lirv.J T. liHlrd,
lHlor. MiimIhv-hoi uol at , JO ; FrracliliiK
at II a. in.K'.il H p ni.
1 Iip . li. H. V. K n tht" rhurrh mrpt pyiy
hiililiHth PVfiilnp at 7 :16 In Hie k'Hin'iil ul
Hip rliurrli. All are Invllpd lo altfiid IIh-pp
FikhT XrTiioiMxT.-Ktilli Ht., IipIwpii Main
and I'rarl. IIpv. I.. K. Brllt. I. II. naUir,
Mrrvlcri : II A. M.. II on r. M. Hundav hcliool
I :m M. 1'rayi rnirrtii g WrdiiPsday even-Ink-.
livHMAK rMranrTRHiAN. Corner Main and
Niiiili. Kpv whip, piMtor. hrrvlrea u'utl
boum. Hundny rclmol :M A. M.
HwrKMeJ I oiiimoatii)Iau tiranlte, be
tween Flllh and Hlilh.
CoMHiri) BaitihT. Mt. Olive, Onk. betwt-pn
If n Hi and Klrveiilh, Itrv. A. Hoewell, pas
tor. HpivIi ph II a. ni. and 7 p. in. 1'rayrr
nipptlua Weduriulay cvpiiIuk.
Vul'Ml MXN'a ClllllTIAH AXVW'IATION
ItoomM In a'priiiHii blork, Miiln nlrppt. t.ofl
pel meeiliiK. (or mei ouly.evrrv Hiinday at
If miih'Ii at I o'rlork. HiHiina oen wrek dayi
linm ,i a, in. i.i v::m p.m.
KrTH FAita" TAH'HKAfl.a -Hpt. J. M.
W x.il, I aii.. r. Hfrvli fii hiinday HcIhmiI,
a. in.; t'rrarlilnv. II a ni. and II p. m. ;
li)pt nipauim lueixliiy hikIh ; choir prw
HceKrlday inulil All am flfi,iiie.
The lawn of licaltii lire tiui(;lit in
the hcIkxiIh; tint not in n wny to lie
of in licit priii'tintl liriiifit nnil nre
never illliMlrnled liy livinexaiiiplea
whii li in ninny ciiHCH inilit enwily
lie done. If Home ci'liolarH, who
hatl jiiHt roiitriii'ted a cold, wiih
hroulit qefore the nchool, mo that
nil could hear the dry, loud roiiuh
mid kniiw itn Hijfnilicance; nee the
thin white coatiii"; on the tongue
and latter, hh the cold developed,
nee liie piofiinC watery er.;ect.r
tion and thin watery diHcharge
frrm the mmo, not one of them
would ever forget what the lirnt
e) iiijitoiiiM of a cold were. The
scholar nhould then lie given
C'linmlierliiin'B Cough Remedy free
ly. that all might nee that even n
it'evere cold could lie cured in one
or two days, or at leant greatly miti
gated, when ro;erly treated an
xoon uh the find Hyinptoum iipprnr.
ThiH remedy in famotm for it'n
cures of cough, colds and croup.
It is made eHpcccially for thene
diHease and is trie moxt prompt and
moHt reliable tnedieiue known for
the. niirpoHr. 50 cent bottle for Hale
by K G. Fricke A Co., (Irugglsts.
I OPKNINO LT
Onc af the newest and brightest
Pluih'Goodi, Tojr. Dolls. Ko'eltid,
far Ika Holiday trad that a a beaa
een In tnwi tor year.
NO OLD STOCK, ALL NEW
Which was bought early in the
season from some of the
I.AkOEHT IHPOKTINO HofSKS
Which (ruarnnters you the pick of
the market and at prices
for which we
:lhe Lowest in the Country .
TnepulilHI" enrdlally Invited to leaped aur
lorti and eompar. pne-
Tha Street PallwayCnwa
The hearing of the Street Rail
way cane occupied the district court
yesterday an 1 attracted coiiHideru
tile attention. It appears this is the
third time the court has received
videuce in thin cane. Very briefly
stated, the cane an wo learn it, is
In K0 The Spragtie Electric Mo
tor Company commenced an action
agaiiiHt the Street Car Company for
balance due on material and ma
chinery furnished in the construc
tion of the motor railroad. Upon
the first hearing Judge Chapman,
as a matter of fact, found that the
Motor Company had not complied
with their part of the contract in
furnishing material, dynamos and
apparatus which tln-y guaran
teed sufficient to operate the road;
mil, as their action was in the na
ture of a lien on the road itself,
whu li The Spiagiic Electric Motor
Company asked to be foreclosed,
the court entered a conditional
decree requiring the Motor low
pauy to first place the machinery,
motors, dynamoH, apparatus etc.,
lu operating order so that the road
could be operated in good order.
This the Sprague people pretend
ed to do and afterwards, during the
spring or summer of the present
year, the Sprague's again came in
to court and asked for their, lore-
closure, which was again Ueiunl
The court finding they had not fill
ly complied with its former order.
Again the Sprague's overhauled
the road and pronounced it in good
working order, und in July last,
turned it over iis the evidinci
mIimu-i-iI vi-Hli-rihiv. totlie street rail
way company. ilieMivii uanw.n
r,iiiin:iiiv nl the ureseilt term of
coin I uiiicnUe'.l their answer an
now claim large damage on account
of the failure of the Sprague's to
comply with their contract in the
first phice which the company al
leges has caused it great damage.
The present trial is the final one
in the district court. The evidence
seemed to show that in July of the
present year when the road was
turned over to Mr. Hallou, its presi
dent, that the Street Railway Com
pany not being able to opiYatc ft
allowed E. G. Vanatta to take
charge of it; that he operated it for
a few days after a fashion, and,
having difficulty with the
parties furnishing power, had
to abandon it; when, after
laying idle for n time, Mr.
Hackney, the proprietor of ''The
Riley" undertook to operate it and
after doing (so for a few days
abandoned it on account of the
dynamos burning out during n
thunder storm. Mesrs Vanuatta and
Hackney both testify that tho road
could not be operated in first class
condition owing to defective motors
heavy grades and a general "out of
fix" condition: while, the motor
people testified that they left it in
good woiking condition in July
when it was turned over to the
Street Railway Company; also,
the evidence showed that the
cars and machinery of the company
hud, during the past year and a
half or iii re, been left standing in
the open commons, uuprtje.c,ted
and lincared for, when p.irtien were
not trying to operate them. ,
There is a heuvy indebledneis
hanging over this company for
probably all it is worth; that is,
judging from the evidence, and its
creditors are clamoring for their
money. It is to be hoped that the
concern will be wound up in some
way and fall into the hand of a
management that will operate it
Judge Chapman rendered a de
cision in the noted Mitchell, guard!
unship case. Our readers will re
member that this was the case
wherein Mrs. Martha Mitchell, wife
of Robert A. Mitchell, begun pro
teediags in county court before
Judge Ramsey to have an allow
nce set aside for her use out of the
estate of her husband. Mitchell, it
will be remembered, went insane,
and David Miller, Esq., was ap
pointed his guardian. On the
hearing before Judge Ramsey
state of facts developed under
which the court felt obliged to re
fuse the application. The appli
cant appealed, and on Thursday
Judge Chapman rendered his de
cision. He sustains Judge Ramsey
In every particular, holding that nn
insane person's estate is chargeable
with the expenses of his keeping
unless specifically discharged by
the county commissioners, and re
fused the application.
cllM(t Shipmun departed hist
evening for Elsie, Nebraska where
lie lina a position In a bank.
Mrs. Alf White returned on No !3
from the rust this morning.
Messrs. D. M. Lewis and Jack
Miner ftere passengers for Omaha
Remember that Dr. Hritt will
preach to the young men, to-morrow
night ot the M. E. church.
We will give genuine bargains in
gold watches and jewelry.
II. A. PIchUVAIX, Jeweler,
H5 Main street. tf
Remember that Rockwood Hall,
Thursday and Friday evenings, is
the place to buy Christmas pres
ents for your friends.
And "that reminds me," as Uuclc
Abe used to say, that there are not
sufficient number of electric
light scattered about (own.
See Uncle Tom and Topsy at
Rockwood Hall Thursday and Fri
day evenings. Entirely new!
Nothing like il! One Topsy and
one Uncle Tom.
To-day's papers report a severe
bli..ard prevailing in Minnesota
und Dakota. In a great many in
stances trains have been forced to
suspend. Several persons are re-
srted frozen to death.
Go and laugh with Dickens'
merry Christmas party at Rock
wood Hall Thursday and Friday
evenings, December 10 and 11. Mr.
and Mrs. Micawber will be there;
also Sam Weller and his father,
who is still afraid of the ' widders
Geo. ass, one ot our enterprising
jewelers, has got nicely located in
his new quarters opposite the
court house. Call and see him.
lie intends milking great reduc
tions in his prices. Read his ad in
this iue on second page.
)i-lrii't court adjoin ned over this
afternoon until Janui.iry II, when
the present October term will close
Judge Chapman having several
important cares under advisement
which cannot be disposed of until
that, also, at that time one or two
delayed equity cases will be dis
and Miss McClelland
a party of friends at
their commodious home lust eve
ning. The meeting was called,
primarily, to arrange for the
'Authors' Carnival," to be given in
Rockwood Hall in the near future,
and after transacting business a
general social time was indulged
in. All agreed that it was a good
place to be.
First M. E. church, between Main
and Pearl, south Sixth street. L. F-
Mritt I), I)., pastor. Sunday school
at ll:.'K) a. m., preaching at 11 a. m.
andiiilop. in., 'by the pastor. Sub
ject lor liie morning, "i' nexpecteu
Good." In the evening, "A Sermon
to Young Men." Epworth league
will meet (Y.'.V) p. m. in the gallery of
the church. All are cordially in
vited to these services.
Judge H. S. Ramsey fild his bond
to-day for his next term in the sum
of fVi.ObO, with J. M. Patterson. A. R
Taylor, C. II. Parmclc and L. G.
Todd as secureties. The bond is for
us large sum as the governor gives
and Is half the nmotit of the
country treasurer-elect' It strikes
us that the sum of this bond is al
together too large for the ofllce.
Thejudl"'s bond is the fust ever
filed by e county judge in so
large a nil ; Heretofore the coun
ty has ronle under the clause of the
statute relating to counties having
less than 20,( X) inhabitants and the
bond has been fixed at (I0,( X).
Wc have talked with a number of
our citizens relative to the feasibili
ty and propriety of building a wag
on bridge in conjuction with the pro
posed railroad bridge across the
I'latte river at Oreapolis, and with
out a single exception they have ex
pressed themselves as thoroughly
in sympathy with the move. It is
conceded on all hands that if the
farming community beyond the
ristte were granted better access
to our city they would nvuil
themselves of our beneficent mark
ets for their products and in re
turn purchase large quantities of
merchandise of our merchants. At
this particular period, owing to the
scarcity in our markets of eRs,
butter and other productions of the
farm it must be admitted that
there is a demand for closer rela
tions between our city and the
farming community thnnwe have
under existing circumstances. To
the end that an expression of our
representative business men msy
be had relative to the mutter, we
suggest that the mutter be brought
before the meeting of the board of
trade next Tuesday evening or aa
aoon asjs considered practicable,
OUK FALL AM) WlMUjl Sl'Ock
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DRY - GOODS - AND
Is ITow Oomploto ia all Departments,
We tire showings handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings and blacks.
BLANKETS AM) COM FORTH
Stock complete and prices lower
JlAVE never rliovvii so
e ciill Bjieciiil attention to
Military and Hip Coat shapes trimmed with Mink, Seal, A6tracha.
MuHalonn and Coney furs.
Our line of 11 iip.1i Sncijiies aro cheaper than eer before. Full
lines of Childrcns and Misses Cloaks and Jackets.
ONK DOOR EAST
A BIG STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS
AT THE LOWEST PKICES.
KepairinK of FINE WATCHES u Specialty
und all Work Warranted.
23. Jl. IL'BXjWJLlISr,
THE LEADING JEWELER,
415 Main Street,
Geo. Vuhs is in Omaha to-day.
If Kearney fails to make its mark
in the world it will not be the fault
of the Hub.
Joe McCoy and family, who have
been viHitinfif in Pennsylvania the
pant few weeks, returned on the
ilyer this morning.
Rev. Guy WiiiRate departed for
Blair on No. 5 this morning, where
he will fill the pulpit in the
Christian church to-morrow.
The NebraHka state fjranpe will
hold its annual meeting at Fre
mont, beginning Tuesday, Decem
ber 8, and continu e three days.
A New Tork court haa rendered a
decision to the effect that railroada
are liable for accidents happening
pass-holders riding on the re
Hastings is taking the prelimi
nary steps toward securing a gov
ernment building. Why is it ( few
towns are continually endeavoring
to improve their condition, while a
great many are content to remain
at a standstill?
So far as we are able to learn
Frank Gillett carries away the
laurels as a corn shucker this fall.
In ten days he shucked and cribbed
1,000 bushels of corn. There may
be those who can beat this for a
day or so, but on the long stretch
Frank is hard to run around. Elm
LOCAL ON LAST PAGE.
A good Ladies Jersy vent at 2."c.
Li'dies fine Jersey vest and punts it
white or natural grays at 50c each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Ycftsand
Punts nt ! Mc. Regular 7.1c under.
Full lines of Ladies Fine woo)
ribbed under wear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's under
wear in natural, scurlet and whiu
at prices us low as the lowest.
large aline in this department,
our 1-irgo assortment of lieefera
Headquarter for Everything in the litis o)
DIAMONDS, FANCY AND BROXH
OPTICAL GOODS, OPERA GLASSES,
SOLID GOLD JEWELRTT
OUR CLUB1NQ LIST.
Horn MuKZlnnii(l IIkkaid
Iii'mIo HI iila ami IlKHM Ii
Ilriir'ii Mk ne nihI II itu
llnriH-r'a Hnr mill IIkmii.u
II in (h t'- Wi-i-kly nr.'! iikhai.ii
Ihwk Hiiiin Ki-Khlrr and Hkhai.I)
Wrnlrru Kurnl Bud Hkkai.d
.. i m
.. 4 m
.. 4 IS
It Should be In Every House.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not be with
out Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
that it cured his wife who xves
threatened with Pneumonia after
an attack of "En Grippe," whea .
various other remedies and Beveral ,
physicians had done her no good.
Robert Barber, of Cocksnort, Pa
cluiina Dr. King's New Discovery
has done him more good than any
thing he ever used for Lung
Trouble. Nothing like it. Try it
Free trial bottles at F. G. Fricke .
Co's drugstore. Large bottle,
I warrant every piece of goods' I
sell and will sell at bedrock prices
forthe next thirty days.
H. A. MciawAW, Jeweler,
413 Main street.
Gov. Thayer has appointed S. W.
Duttoti and Judge Ramsey of this
city representatives for this section
of the state to the Missouri river
improvement convention to be
held at Kansas City, December 15
Htid 10. From the Interest being
taken by boards of trade and
kindred orginhsations throughout
the state, it is evident that if the
necessary improvements are not
made in the condition of the Big
Muddy it will not be because of the
lack of Nebraska representation.
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