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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1891)
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.The Full i'rc'p-ct'ii
B. Bi ' .T Ml
' iiT'lin written irei! r tliC comlnj volume- by A iioi of Ominsst msn id women, amonj whom art
Hon. W. C. Gladstone. Count Ferdinand de Lcsscps. Andrew CarncHc. Cyrus W. field,
laruuls of Lome. Justin McCarthy, M.P. Sir Lyon Play fair. Prank I. Stockton.
,g. VasIII Verestchasln. W. Clark Russell. The Carl of Mcat:i. Dr. Lyman Abbott.
Camilla Urso. Mrs. Henry M. Stanley, and One Hundred Others.
The VoIumeTor" 1802 will Contain
Illustrated Serial Stories,
lea of Practical Advice.
;pscs of Royalty.
,way Ufe and Adventure.
... paces. Five Double Holiday Numbers.
l OLD RELIABLE.
PI LUMBER !
Shingle, Utb, 8aab,
laa supply tverw derusnd of the city.
I i " ' . . . TJi 1 1. . 1 .
I t.uii ana ire. u;rms. ruuriu iirom
It i in rear jl 0crs boute.
1 The Leading
-i L AND
faatUntly keopt on hand everytbin
you Deed to furni.h yur aos.
aaaaiii aura a mux run
'lattsmout - Neb
fr Atcliinsop.St Joneph, Ix-nvcn-worth,
Kaimsia Oifj i St. I)tiU,
and all points north, cast
south or wtMt. Tick
ets sold nml biijf.
INFORMATION A3 TO KATKS
Cull'nt Dopot or nddreaa
H, C. Towx.tKxn,
G. V. A. St Ixuis,Mo.
A. . 1. A. Omnliit.
1 Arc aw. Act., rinlUiiioiiUi.
C.t( TiU'idioi"'. 77.
' BIX l H BTWKKT
F. II. KLLKM'AUM, Prop
Tb bent of fresh mt-Ht alwn vs fouud
ia Una tnnrkct. aim
t KfKa and Uutter.
Wild tusac of nil kinds kept ia Iksir
' tO) r.a
IHl H ni 'HI
Xi.lj'.'.e IV.tt'.'.rtl fur l!5;2 &n1 fr.;'.i:r.:T Colics will be i-nt Frre.
100 Stories of Adventure.
Sketches of Travel.
Popular Science Articles.
Charmtnz Children's Page
Illustrated Weekly Supplements. Nearly 1000 Illustrations.
FREE TO JAN. f, 1692.
To New ah-rlbera who it ill cut oat and send a this alls with nam
and addrrea ad 11.7 J we will aaad The Companion l-'rre lo Jnn., 1MI-J,
s-4 a Vail Year frees last Dale, Thl. offer Inrladra Hie T 1 1 A Ml 14
t.lVINd, CHRISTMAS and NEW VEAE'M !eelU Holiday Naaibers.
Wa will alio .ead a roar of a braill'iil palatini, rnllllrd "A Y A It 1 OF
HOMES." It. rr.dei-lloe kaa cam TWENTY TIIOI HANI) DOl.l.AItH.
Stmt Case, liMi-vfot OrtUr, or Rrgtttmd Utttr at our rUk. ' Addrtu,
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Bo-ton, Mass.
STAPLE AND FANCY
iV.ronage ! the Publa Solicited.
JOHNSON BUILDING SillH St.
jyjEW HARDWARE STORE
s. h. iiau. at an.
Keep all kind of biilldnrs hardware on hand
and alii mppiy eoniranora on biosi i
IS III iin
and nil kinds nl tin xork promptly
Ordurt Iroiu the enuntry
(18 Pearl St.
317. 319, 321 and 323 Main St.,
Plattsmouth - Nebraska
H. M B0N8, Proprietor,
lbe Pcrkius has been thoroughly
rsooyated from tor3tc jottooi aud '
sow on Of the best hotels in the state
Roardurs will bs taken by tbo week at
4.50 sod op.
MOD BAH CONNECTED
UK miZKNS HANK.
u,.!t! tlx-, n.ld In IS
Authoruad Capital, 1100,000.
BANK OARKL'TH. JOB. A, COW BOM,
w. b. vvnaisa. ctsbisr.
fraak Oarrntb J. A. Connor, F. B. OntS.'.iu
W. D. Marruua, Wra. Wataaaacss, W.
TRAH2ACTSU GENERAL BAUIINO BDS1HES
asueseertineatesof deposlu bearlnf Interns!
llurs auu sells escnaoge, eouuij auu
COONfT -SUUVK YOlt ii.
III orders left with Ilia Bounty elerk will bs
promptly attended lo.
OKPICB IX COUHT IIOUHE,
fiuiiamouth. . Nebraska
TMioeiaiN.ia mat., -Fr2J22ZZZi XW
a ay ali i-MBt W'SWtMa. raiisiu i su. j
rrs. fn rrri rn
The Dest Short Stories.
Hints on Self-Education.
Natural History Papers.
and 6 1. (3.
KST : NATIONAL : HANK
Ol? ri.ATTM(i;TH. NKI1HAMK A
Paid up capital
. . I Vi.d o,m.
rstbsvery Ix-'l fwllllles for the pruiiii
trar.ractli'ii of ilmtlmnte
rttix-ks. bonds. cold, iromnmeiit and loeai se-
lurltli. buiiKlil mid sold. InmhisII reewiv
slid lliliT, l allowril on the eertil)ci"
Urafts drawn, avallniile In any purl of th
iiille-t HUtte. and all (He principal (own. o
OOLLWrriONS MADS and riioui-ri.v Kin-
Blltbest market prlre pnlrj for County Waf
rau is, mate ana i ;ouiiiy nouns.
John PltZK.rald 0. riitwliwortb
Ham WukIi. K. K. While
(eurife K. l)oty
fobo FltXK-riilJ. Waiiuh.
Hnwldeut ; '
ANK OI CASS COUNTY
Cor Main and Fifth slreot.
fald no capital "
0. II. Parnels
I. M. Tatti-rHiia
f. M. tatlMiVM,
). II. Par iiele. .1. M. Patterson, Pred Hordi-r.
I, H. Htnltli K. B. Windham, B. 8. lUm-ey ana
r. M Patteisun
k 0ESEEL BANX1NC ED3INEC9
Aeeonnts villntw. Interest allowed nn time
lepimlu and pmmiit attentloni len to all bus
urss entruitod to Its ear.
Chamberlain's Ey and EWa
A frtaJii cure for ChronSo Sore Eyes,
Tetter, Bait lihonm. Scald Head, Old
Chronio Sores, Ferer Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Psairlo Scratchos, Sore Nipples
and PUus. It la ooollnf snd aoothing.
Hundreds of cases have boon cored by
It after ail other Uuatmeat bad failod,
It Is put np la S3 sad 00 cent buxos.
l M.'alBMbteTWUr sUr C4
WklsMi hw. Osnsfrwlable.
-e.nf Mi n4 r, Miawt.Mif . cp r c
rvssla I libit
Haajvss SUtal brtUtl'lMi tV IkaJr
Hrom.r ft lyruiMnl frith.
I , jA"or vatiisi iv ti'iwrs
I tir' k. I llaur to Its Youthful
W'U .,-4iLlttAi- a.a A hair I
f ' s a ' " ' " 1 ' 1 ' : '
N"vor Fll lo Ifrsrtor Orajr
Paranr'aliiiiar I . fill' it i nfra tltr Wifsl ( .rfitfit.
rSrsi. Ir fs,. s-lIiPtT. ti ajijUaa, !",' UHW. Ml rl.
tJINDEWCOfcNS. Tb o-Wpit-euwIbrroitia.
"t a tkeraaKk ksswlssre ef lis sat nml
ahlrh .ra tha oneratloi t nf dliretiea
asd autrlllon. and by a eareful sptllmtl'Hi ef
the Sne proaertlstof well ssleet.d I'ikos, Mr.
KniM has nrofldnd our breakfast table with a
deliraiely BsTored hever(e whleb may sate
as maay Baf dei'tnr' bills. It Isht.tlie jadls
Iimi. meofsiirh artleles n diet t k -t a eon
Itutlon may he K'ds.lly built np until stronif
vanneli In resM .sr lRdeaey In dleie.
Mun.limli of snhlla aieladles are floatla (
aroniid usready lo ailaek wkfreeer kete is a
we.k point, we may sissss man a fstxl
skatt hf keeiiisf nurielTs. well for tl"d wnh
pure ulno I sun a prnpeny naiiriinrn nunr
arnoerir nanr inen irainp.
t!il (er i'e Uaeite, Maioni si
boiling water or milk
Hold enly la k:
Mm, v proi-enes '
jAMkstrrs a io
jiorn nar.srn wanted for
iiM.f iHk-- faAYLIGHT
AChrlina tfNn f .rfrulT.if Mtarfnswwi "In lli.
k Jn ' In kxnlli pita. r....u.f U,. taw V ol Uv
iI,w.wmiw. II twi.'.. Iji.p4
oikl. Uil. 4ll-.liuiiiil-elSllr
a (miMw lit Hrr...lf h,,fnik, W
T..7 . Wiil..l,J.n.rli.iratl,niSM), Imbl phnljcrk
ZJA. lull Ut W S ".IW. II . " Sill "J 1 ",
r.inWio i ' ,jJ,r " f"'4
l-. alu..to. at.Sr.f..i'
TX. av VwMatij a u. sas
Hut Alto V.ry
Not Only r.ftaiitirul
One should bi'O und have one of these
littlu work chi'hts to appreciato lt
bt-auty and wortlu Its beauty lies in
the color, principally, as the lit-
IIOMKMADK WOIIK CHEST.
tie boxes are mode
delicate shinies of
then the rililton must
tip of such
mutch It exact-
!r. To miiko one we
in UHt patron-
I tin driirr store Brut, beict r.i.i
Ikixcs of similar size and color, the cost
will bo twelve cents; then And a yard
of two-lneh-wldth ribbon to uintch the
color of tho boxes. Glue the boxes to-Ki-ther,
tnukiii"; the six Into a solid
chest, tie the ribbon around them, fin
ish the ends In a big bow on the top,
and talte a stitch through it to keep it
in shape. Slip the boxes out and sew
the handles on, euch to represent the
cuR tents "f the drawer. Harper's
EXCESS IN CYCLING.
Soand Adrlre (llvrn by the World's Lead
ing Medleal Journal.
Those who believe in the iin essity of
physical exercise, and we belong to
their number, have need also to remem
ber that even so good a thing as this Is
In excess an evil. 'Hie use of the cycle
Is a form of bixlily recreation In itself
doubtless wholesome; none the less Is
it open to the mischievous efTeets of un
due Indulgence. Tempted by the euse
of movement, combined as a rule with
attractive scenery, everyone tries it.
Kveryone too flnds ho can do something
with it, and considerations of weather,
constitution, ago and health are apt to
be dismissed with summary Impru
dence. One fruitful source of Injury
Is comtietitlon. In this matter not even
the strongest rider cun afford to Ignore
his limit of endurance. The record
breaker, who sinks exhausted at his
limrnev's end, has gone a point beyond
this.' The septuagenarian who tries to
rival his Juniors by doing and repeating
bis twenty or thirty miles, perhaps
airainst time, is even less wise. Lady
cyclists, too, may bear In mind that
their set Is some w hot the weaker. So
like iM arnonij men the power of en
durance varies greatly, and It ta belter
for some to admit this and be moderate
than to labor after ths achicvementa of
far more muscular neighbors. In
short, whenever prostration beyond
mere transient fatigue follows the ex
ercise, or when digestion suffers and
weight Is markedly lessened, and a pas
time which ought to exhilarate becomes
an anxloua labor, we may be sure that
it La beinir overdone. He that would
reap Its best results must content him
self with much less than this; but un
less he can observe such moderation, he
had better abstain from It altogether
MICROBES AND CARPETS.
Maalnia Whleb Good ilousawlvaa Shoald
Lay to Their Hearts.
In our endeavor to bo comfortable In
this vale of tears there la a tendency to
overlook the elementary laws of hy'
glene, and In no respect, perhaps, more
so than In the superabundance or cur
tains and carpel-those non-patented
contrivances for hindering the free cir
culation of fresh air and stultifying na
ture's automatic arrangements for the
dcodorizut Ion and disinfection of our
homes. Carpets are always objection
able when they are not designed to per-
mil or easy removal ior cicauHiuK pur
poses without the necessity of turning a
room topsy-turvy. In most houses the
carpet only comes up once a year, by
which time It is as full of microbes and
accumulated filth as its Interstices will
allow. No wonder, then, if our rooms
preserve a musty smell In spite of peri
odical opening of windows and vigorous
sweepings, which only displace a por
tiou of the dust to settle promptly else
where In some less accessible spot.
Fixed carpets are even moro objection
able and unwholesome In bedrooms, for
there they absorb the fetid emanationa
of the night, and soak up various de
composable materials for future use.
The Ideal would be a polished wooden
floor garnished with rugs in sufficient
number to give an aspect and feeling of
comfort, while admitting of easy expos
ure to the salutary Influence of air and
light Bugs, carpet and curtains
ought to be froqiieutly shaken and hung
up In the fresh air if they are to remain
sweet, not once a month or year, but
two or three times a week, if not
oftoner. At this price only can wa
hope to deprive confined spaces of their
native unwholesomeness, and the soon
er housewives lay this maxim to their
hearts and act upon It, the better.
A Br1tit Cola Makes lrlh Eyes.
A slmplo and excellent plan to pre
serve and strengthen the eyes is this!
Every morning pour some cold water
Into jour washing bowl; at tho bottom
of the bowl place a silver coin or some
other bright object; then put your face
In the water with your eyes open and
fixed upon the object at the bottom,
move your head from sldo to side gently,
and you will find thut this morning
bath will make your eyea brighter and
etronger, and preserve them beyond the
ordinarily alio ted time.
How Destroy Your Moths.
A good way to discover the presence
of moths, and also destroy them, is to
place a lighted ' candle In a basin of
water. The moths will be attracted
hr flume, and will drop Into tha
uyus that would not ithrluk
(l aa down, and white.
(itce lay, turutsu from tue
and lot could almont
I fit I the old, eofl Rnldliowi of her halrl
Kind Htmveti! If but for onsdear time, 1 mllit
A'ttln prewi treinhlinit li ii)on her cheek
1 . Her alnu, iwle throat-her whiter brow
) her Imlr
! Her Undi:r eyes whertila the love-lluht
Butonce-biitoiico-to bear those awevt Hi
I ahou'ldTuS glaxl that she is roe from
But oh, this flmt and awful n!,. .-alnne!
- Ella lllindusua Overlumf Moulhly.
Coffee in the Kast.
How long coffee was in use among
eastern nations before being introduced
into Europe is not known. Aljeziri Al
hambali, a noted Arabic author, states
that it was first made known about 870
of the Hegira, and so quickly did eoftVe
hous--s and booths multiply throughout
Avabia that the government several
times made strenuous attempts to sup-
pr" them, fearing they would lead the
people into idleness.
Notwithstanding theseetlortH.tiie "cof
fee habit" took such a firm hold on the
peoplo that the beverage was made and
drank in secret. They even went long
distances into the desert and there pre
pared tho seductive concoction without
fear of molestation.
So'iie pious Mohammedans thought it
wight lie included among me iuioxi-
iting beverages forbidden by tho Koran,
but Ailiambiili, in sn ablo pamphlet en
titled "The Support of Innocence,
proved that it was not in the prohibitory
section of that book. As a consequence
the followers of the prophet once more
returned to the delights of coffee. De
troit Free Press.
One Woman's Jtedtime llonra.
A lovely woman who was talking with
friend one day alsuit tlm enjoyments,
disappointments and heartaches of child
hood, said: "The suilenngs 1 endured
when a child were more acute than any
have known in later years, and the
pleasantest remembrances I have of
those far away times are of the bedtime
hours, when my mother sat by our beds
in that low roofed chamber and taught
us the songs she sung as a child, told
stories, some of which were of her child
hood, while others were conjured up in
her own head. Some of the sweetest
hymns und sacred stories I learned then,
and there ever comes to me when I close
my eyes a faint picture of my devoted
mother sitting there in the twilight. I
think the only reason that the darkness
had no terrors for me was that it nearly
always came while she was with us. The
sound of her voice dispelled all fear; it
was associated with teuderest words,
svreet Inllabys, softest good nights."
Anna P. Payne iu New England Uiiina
stead. Art In Telling Lies.
Telling the truth is an art, but not
nearly so difficult an art as telling lies.
It is within reach of any man's power,
if he will take time and pains, to relate
the thing that is. It takes a man of im
agination and strong memory to bring
forth the thing that is not. Besides, the
liar cannot carry his lie all over the
world and back to the creation; at some
point or other he must piece it on to the
universal truth, and to do that neatly he
must be m good workman, but this is
only part of the greater question as to
vice and virtue generally. Virtue is for
all who love it; in order to become an
accomplished villain a man must have
natural aptitude, careful training and
immense powers of application, and at
any time the villian may be ruined, as a
villain, by the unexpected coming to
life of conscience. All the Year Uound.
Sliver Dollars S7S Miles High.
The treasury counts its silver by
weighing it, which is part of wisdom, iu
view of the fact that a man, counting at
the rate of 200 dollar pieces per minute
steadily for eight honrs per day, Sun
days included, would be kept busy for
considerably over eleven years.
Piled one uikjii the other, the f 100,000,.
000 in the- treasury would attain a
height of 675 miles, and placed side by
side they would carpet a room 60 feet
wide and nearly 24 miles long. David
A. Wells In Harper's Weekly.
The Veea of tbo Sword.
The nscs to which the sword has hn
put seem to have been almost as varied
as its appearance, when we recall the
anecdote told of Charlemagne, who said,
as he used the pommel of his sword to
put his stamp on treaties, "I sign them
with this end, and with the oilier I will
take care that they are kept." Kate
Her Hubby's Teachings.
Friend Why do you got married so
soon after the death of yonr husband?
Widow My dear, if there was any
one thing that my poor dead and gone
husband insisted npon, in season and
out, it was that I should never put off
till tomorrow what I could do today.
New ork Weekly.
' It is now suggested that many dwell
ing houso fires caused by lamp explo
sions might be averted by keeping some of
the ornamental vases In the rooms filled
with sand, so that it would be always at
hitud and reatly for use in case of need
"He who discovers a new dish confurs
a greater beuefit on mankind thaa he
who discover a new star," says a fa
mous writer, and the majority of jwr-
sons would be willing to accept the
statement without dissent.
The artificial honey is becoming
formidable- rival of natural honey. Its
composition is sugar, water, free acid
and a small proportion of mineral salts.
Ersry Japanese workman is ticketed.
He bears on his cap aud on his back
labels giving his name and business, as
Au fA UNIVS
Ou v. 1
w.vMr . S ;
Well as his employer s uaiuo.
,en . yiiths. '
lir-L- iff hv f:i- tl
,'iho ol wmlilen death
, Jee out of (our chm-h Ih
ft" Tin nynijitoniH r
utixiiHpei i17 Jlu nymiitoniH lire
not neiieriiJIy ttiKletHluod. Tliene
are: u lmbit of lyTn'ij on Hie rigiit
side, short breuth, puin or ditress in
the Hide, buck or tdiolilder.irregulai
jiuImi'. asthma, -weak und hungry
Hpells, wind in stomach, wellin(r f
ankles. or dropny, oppression, dry
coiifrh find crnolherinij-. J)r. MileH'
illustrated book on Heart Disease
free at K G. Frike & Co.'m, who sell' .
und (guarantee Dr. Milen' iincquulcd
New Heart Cure, and his restora
tive iervine, which cures nervotia
iichh, headache, Hleeplessness, drop,
sy, etc. It contains no opiates. ft
K. W. Sawyer, of Ko'chester, TYis, .
a prominent dealer in general
itit-ri-haiidiHC, and who rutin several
ii'(i(lliiin wagons, had one of hi
liorH.m badly cut and burned with
lariat, The wound refiiMi-d to heal.
The borne became lame and stiff
iinwwitliHlnndiii(r careful Httentiors
mid the application of remedies. A
frit-mi handed Sawyer some of
Haller'n Hurb Wire l.ineiuent, the
omul wonderful tliinjr ever Haw to
liral Biii'h wounds. He applied it
only Tnrct" l!tew illlU me l-on; will.
completed healed. Finally jfood
fur all worn, iihh, orusi'M, iiiiu
wound. For Hale hy nil druist
For l.-inic hack there iu nothing
better than to Hatiirate a flannel
cloth with Chamberlain's I'uin
Halm and bind it on the affected
parts. Try it and you will he sur
priHcdat the prompt relief itnfforilH.
The same treatment will cure rhau
matism. For ale hy F. O. Fricke
A Cure for Pnralvsls.
Frank Cornelius, of Purci'll, IniL
Ter., nays: "l induced Mr. I'iiifoii,
whose wile hud paralysm In the face
lo buy a bottle of Chamberlain's
I'aiu Halm. To their (-rent HUpriH
before the bottle had all been uhcJ
she wan a tfrciit deal better. Her
face had been drawn to one Bide
but the l'u in Jialni relieved all
pain and soreness, and the mouth
assumed its natural shape." It is
also a certain cure for rheumiitiHin
lame hack, spraitiH HwellintfH and
lameness. .r0 cent bntticH for salt
by F. G. Fricke A Co., DriitfKiHtu-
Harper' Bazar ia n journal for
the home, It tfives the latest ira
formation with regard to the Fash
ioiiH, und its numerous illustra
tions, Paris. dcHigns, and pattern
Hheet HiippJement", arc indispena
ahle alike to the home dress-maker
and the professional modiste. N
expense is spared to make it artis
tic attractiveness of the highest
order, its. briifhest stories, umu
nf comtMlies, and thoughtful es
says satisfy ail taHtes, anu its iswi
page is famous as a budget of wli
and humor. In its weekly issues
everything is included which is ol
ntereat to women, liic nonais
for WJfi will be written by Walter
Hesant and William lilack. Mrs.
Oliphant will become a contributor.
Marion Ilarl.mu s limely iulka.
bay In and Day Out," are intende
for Matrons, and Helen Marshall
North will especially address grids
T. W, Higginson, in "Women antf
Men," will please a cultivated audi
ence. HARPEER'S PR10DIOALS
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