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V'-fVrH YKAU. ri,ATTSMOUTII,NKHllASKAtM()yi)AY, I)i:CEMHEPj7, 1891. j
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Royal Baking Powder is Best.
lor I have "io
that coinp HV
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have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent
upon the proper proportions of the same,, and the method of its preparation,
rwJ?rro.v & uissouiu luraii . R.
V TIME TABLE. J
Or DAILY I'ABHKNUKK TRAINS
Ko.a ii:sr m,
ho. I 10-IOa n.
Ho.i 7; 44 U, m
ho. 10 i4 a. ra
ho. VI ,.10 :H a. n
h. ..I JO. !
No I I : . m.
I, t uh o. m
No. a. ra
no. T -Ilia. m.
n. j t :tio, m.
No. l, .... It :fl P. m.
o, 19 II tflft a. m.
Misaouiii I'M : railway
Ho. SM A."modat..o l-eavea
Traiii dully eicept runrtay.
.lo.-iw a in,
. 4 .00 p. III.
- C A - jpirW N. SULLIVAN.
. ' -l.aw. Will kiv iin.inpt aitentloa
. , "lruleit In lilw. offlre In
a ijfock, Kul Bid", riati.mnulh, N"li.
li f jR. A. SALSDURY
y I :DKNTIST:
OIl AM) HiWCKLAIN tkOWNS.
Hi &v. aiia.ihptli fur III Imllllf.t fl-
V I i lAi Irm-lliit 'iillrrlh
V V t7 I""" Gl(1 Work " fiicriiilty.
KTVAWSON A PEARCE
CQir-lr roll uriiM f on'- rllitH-n. Hi unil quill.
1 tuo lot ( I"-" IhIiIi cue ii r liult
1 III mm knd (r I 1 hi )f h full
line ill lilir h'1 unit In nr
drrl icliic nlil HiM-k mil li "'
dnrnl Ill- It iin niiliT H" In Vt mid 10
71 rr In minim 'I,
MISS SCnUYIJiK, TKIMMKK.
AND TYPEWRITING COl.I.KGlv-
PluttHlllolltli, Ni'lili'elai, '
There are thiiiinaiiilii ol ViiiiiiK Imllia. wmi'ii
firl. xrli 'iil lenrhero rleika. tir aim ri eklnn
mil rn exlHiime no a leiy baiely miniclrut
lo iit'l thrir every ill y nm
liy 1'iiinph iihk
('..ur-e iii utiiirt l.an'1 ni.il
M'lia'lniin miradletd In ..niiH t.nl utiidentii
IimIIiIiviinI iimiiiiriinii, m a t eniiei.
DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS.
ItiHUiii over Maei Mnre.
1 ; 80I.I) AVO PORCK,AIM CKOWNS
, - ' Bridge work anil fine golj work a
PS. BTFINACH LOCAL aa well aa otlier an
Mllietlrvlvea lif the iialiileaaaitramiua ol
C. A. MARHHALU Fitjif.ralil
THDLE51LE AND BBTMll
)ICEST Ii RANDS OF CIGARS
IACCO AND SMOKIx't ARTICLM
Iwayt in aloak
Ji Hiirelo call mid Mee the jiricea
ii f.ndien' and Gcnt'n p;tl'l n tl
; : 1 tilled wati'hi'H.
Ii. A. Mi'Elwai.v, Jewch r,
j .Main utret-t. tf
' I 71 Sr-rV J'-
Powder is absolutely pure,
it in many tests made both for
the United States Government.
and, state that because of the
the Royal Baking Powder is undoubt
edly the Purest and most reliable
baking powder offered to the public.
"HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D."
Late Unitid Stales Government Chemist.
I LACKS OF WORSHIP.
CATiioi.ii-t. Haul' rimrrh. nk, bi-twen
Filth mid Hlith. Kmlicr mni-y, 1'iuior
Hrrvlrpi : M-im l mid lo :3n . m. MuiidaJ
Hcliiiol st 2 :.lu. wlib tH'iipdlclloii.
CiiHHTlAW.-riirnrr Loiit mid Flirhlh HM.
HitvIo-ii iiinriiliiK mid rvi-nliiK KldT J. K.
Kf!!, paMiir. Hun Mrliwil 10 A.M.
EriworAL.- ft I.nkr's Churrh. fornerTnl'd
lid Vim. K! H B. Hiimrn. pn.liir. Her-
lrr : II A. M. Bid 7 Mr. M . Hundity Ikliool
Okkman MrTiinniirT. onirr Hltlh HI mid
limiill. Hh. Hut. I'tiir. hi-rvicf ; II a.m.
nil 7 M V. M. cluuiiajr Hchuol 10 :30 A U.
rnrmivTrMiAK. rnrlrM In rrw rhiirrti.rnr.
hit rilxlli and (irnhllp m. Km. J T. I'Hlrn,
imitiir. IMhiiIkv-wi mil l ;30 ; frrHclilnn
At II a. m,Ml ii m.
'I h . It I, t'. K nt f ht i-huri-h mM every
Hulilmlh ffiilii( t 7 :l In Hie li.wnifiit nl
the rliurili. All Hie Invited to utti-lid then
mrelllil4. FlHT MTIH)llT. Hlilh Ht., tietwen Main
m,,l v.irl. HT. I. K. Hrl'.t.l'. I. cs-tr:r.
h.Tlrc :1Ia.m.. Il r. M Hiinilni Si'limil
(.VIA M. I'rayrr nnelli ( Weilni'tduy eveu-
(JrKMAK I'RefHyTKMiAM. Corner Main and
.Smth. Hi VMlle, pHtfr. Hi-mcei usual
hniim. Hiilul.iy frhiiid A. M.
twitiiKH I iikok.oatiunal. liranlle, be
tween r'lllh and Milli.
Cmin n Baitit. Mt. OIlTe, OkIc, between
li-nlli aul r . ein li le v. A. Ilii.well, i;n
lur. Hervie Ham. and 7 .'JU p. ID. 1'rayer
meelliK Yeilnrlay evenlnn.
Vinmt Mkn'i hhi-tiaf awkk'iatiun
Himiiii. In M aiermaii hliirk. Main ulreet. lux.
iiel meeiliiii. fur tneb ualy. ever Muiiilay !
terniMin al 4 n'elitek. HiHini upen week da)
Him TH i'aIiK TAkriT. JIJ2' nrv. ,i. n
Wkm), I ani'ir. Hervlre Huiiiiay Krhmil,
na in.: I iwlilnu. Ila m. and l. m. ;
(irayei meelli'K luetiluy nielli ; rlmlr prac
'ice rriiL.y ihkIiI All are Kelcnme.
The littli' child of Klitor Iturton,
which h:iH Ih-pii Tcry ill for ncvernl
uays, in nun li wre to-tlay, unil nt
one lime, wiih tlionht to hr ilyini;
Ovrine to tti k hcmh hhIo in Propi icior
M.iii'm lumiftht Nrwn forej in work-
in"; at a rcut diiiilviiiitiic to-day
i hp lawn in iii'tiuii nr tanirlit in
1 1 it- hi'IihoIm; hut not in a way to he
oi in u-li irii('iiciii iiciictil ii ml me
ni'vrr ilhiHlratcil liy livintr cxuiiiiiIch
hu h in ninny riiKi-H m 1 ht t-aeily
In' (loin-. If hiiiiic Hchularx, wliu
1 1 it 1 just coiitrarti'il a cold, wait
drought i-forc the hcIiooI, ho that
all could hi'ar tin dry, loud roiiuh
and know i I h hi lTU ilii'a nee: hi-i thi'
thin white roatiui' on the toniriie
' anil laiier, IIM me Colli ili-veloiii-il,
ei'i' tin' iniluc watrry rxii'0tora-
lioii mill til i n watery dim-haree
In m the iiuhp, not one of them
would ever forget what the firnl
f 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 m of a cold w ere. The
acnoiar anoiiid tnen lie irivt-n
I hainliei lam h ( ounh Remedy free
ly. iiiaian iiiiy:ni nee mm even a
ereie cold could lie cured in one
orlwodaVH oral leant really mili
t'Hi-'i, Winn iiioiieily tri'iileil ni
eiion as the Inol iyiiiiioiii appear.
IIHH reilieily ih I.iiiioim lor ih
en re 4 of couh, coliU iind croup
It iH made i eiiivi ialiy for tlu-ei'
lieiiMc mid Im the moal piuiupl and
tnoHt reliahle tnedicine known for
the purpnHr. Mlcent hoiile for Hale
hy 1. G. l-ricke & Co., di ukihIh.
U OI'BNl.NO UP
On of the
Pluih'Ooodi, Toy. Dolli. Koflti.
- Pot tke Boll, lay trad that hat beat
tan In Iowa fur yi am.
NO OLD STOCK, ALL NEW
Which waa bought early in the
ftrunon from aome of the
I.AWOK8T iMl'OKTINO llOL'HKB
Which Kimranleea you the pick of
the market and at price
for which we
:T he Lowest in the Country :-
Tbe public U enrdlallr Invited In Impart our
fundi I' d coaipara prlci
facilities that company
Con Connor departed thin tnorn-
inf for Minnouri Valley.
Mr. and Mr. Chan Hodge de
parted for Omaha thin morning.
MrH. Helpa and Jane Help were
piiHHi'tigerH for Omaha thin morn
ing. The regular meeting of the city
council will he field thin cening
at the police court room.
MileH Standinh will Hprak for
hiniHclf at Rockwood hall, Thurn
day evening. Sec thetublcau.
Hal JohtiHon and Dave Hawks-
worth Simdayed nt home find re
turned to Lincoln litwt evening.
Rev. Graham preached at the
Prenhyterian church at Murray,
yeHterday and returned home to
Omaha thin morning.
MIhm Kuth Holhrook, of Rock
Hltiffo, who ha tieen viwiting her
mother at Sidney, la., a few daj'H
came in on the flyer thin morning.
TIiohc who are expected to partic
ipate in the Authors' Carnival en-
iv ... I . H . W I Vllltl,l ... Hit CI
for rchcarmil at Rockwood hall to
Thoe who are taking part in the
Author'H Carnival will please
rememher there in to be a general
rchcarmil at Rockwood hall to-morrow,
The Lndicn' Circle of South Park
liaplitd church will give their Hcmi
mouthly Hocialdu to-morrow eve
ning. It will be an oynter futppcr.
Everyboily invited to come. The
l.'idicn alwayH Hi t a good table to
Hiitinfy ihe hungry. The Hiipper
will be given in the baHemeut of
the church. Sia KETAkY.
MaAtinuJ of Ilia Aurleultural Society.
At a regular meeting nf (he direc
tors of the agricultural society the
following oflicerH were elecled for
President, R. Ii. Windham; Vice
president, Win. 'Weltenkamp; secre
tary, David Miller; treimury, J. R.
Vallery; superintendent, W. D.
Jones. The following were chosen
directors: Jacob Vallery, Sr., Ivi
Churchill, J. F. t'pton, Jacob Vnl
let y. Jr., J. H. Decker, A. M.Holmes.
The following delegates were
chosen to the beet sugar conven
tion at Lincoln: J. II. Decker, J.
M. Craig. Henry Hoeck, Jacob Val
lery, nr., J. Vallery, Jr. committer
to revise premium list: A. H. TodJ
J. H. Hecl:er, C. I). Thomas. The
society ordered that flK) be paid
toward liquidating the standing
Indebted urns, after which there will
still be a healthy balance in the
treasury. The reports of the secre
tary and treasurer indicated that
the society wan in a healthy con
A Row at tha Shopa.
J. V.. Seibert and Ii. Slicker, work
men at the shops, engaged in an
altercation this morning about 10
a. in. in which talk more forcible
than elegant wna indulged in, re
aulting in the coming together of
the partiea. Seibert struck Slicker
over the head with a heavy turning
chisel, which, had it not been for
the protection afforded by the
wearingof h heavy cap, would have
resulted seriously. Seibert claims
that Slicker waa preparing to strike
him a blow with a hammer and the
blow was given In self defense.
The case will come up for hearing
in the police court at 0 a. m. to.
Cc0- Vasa and then Christinas.
Engine Jnmpa the Track and
Raila Several Cara.
Ae Lcight train No. 19 altempted
to crocs the first frog thiH Bide of
the bridge at 1U in. to-day mi un
fortunate, mid what might have
been a' diHuHtrouu wreck occurred.
The train was a double-header.
The first engine crowned the frog in
nafcty but tin. second Hlarted up the
adjacent track. Ah they were mak
ing a Hpced of barely eight mileH
per hour and tin; friction wn great
owing to the nntaoniHm of the two
engincH, they advanced but about
eight rodH before a Htop wiih made.
The diHiurbaiicc reunited in the de
railing of one engine, three earn,
and a fear, trilling iujuricn to thu
engincH find car appliances. No
one v.'un hurt, though if it hail pro
(HreMned a few Btepa fa; tlier it is cvt
dent that Fireman Huttery would
have miKtained perluipH hitioiih in
juries. As it wiih, he wan penned
between the engine and car but
wiih 'cleaned from hia perilous
pouitioii with little difficulty and
F. II. Stciiuker'H wrecking outfit
w now at work clearing the track,
nndtraiiiH will probably be running
ut 4 p. tn. It in fortunate that the
train wan making no greater Kpeed
than about eight milen per hour, an
the destruction of property would
have been much greater.
The Grand Army.
On Saturday eveninir, December
5, McConihie Post No. 4."), Grand
Army of the Republic, elected offi
cers for the eiifiiin'g year as fol
lows: Commander, Geo. F. Niles
senior vice commander, L.C. Curtis
junior vice commander, Adam
Kurtz; quartermaster, Andrew Fry
chaplain, A. Jaijuetle; officer of the
day,' J. W. Dickson; officer of the
tiard, Peter Hanrahan; delegate
to state encampment, Samuel t ar
rgau; alternate, II. C. McMukcn.
The present board of trustees was
re elected, viz.: J. W. Johnson, R.
W. Dyers and Geo. Iingcnhagen.
After the election of officers the
ladies of the Relief Corps were ad
mitted and welcomed to the post
rootnoy the commander in his us
uallvcheerful yet dignified manner,
our informant snys mat an nour
was spent very pleasantly singing
appropriate songs and speaking.
While it is usunlly claimed by the
G. A. R. members, as well as mem
bers of kindred organizations, that
the services of the ladies may be
easily dispensed with, all are willing
to testily that upon this occa-non
their presence contributed largely
to the enjoyment of the evening.
Defore departing for home refrerh
inents were served. Owing to the
fi.ct that the meeting had previ
ously not been thoroughly under
derstood by all, the attendance was
not as good as it otherwise would
have been, yet the hall was com.
fortably filled. There were also
quite a number of the Sous of Vet
Soldiera Haunlon at Nehrahka City.
The Fourth Annual Reunion of
the Nebrnska Soldiers Association
will be held at Nebraska City Ne
braska Janurary 12,13 and 14, Mrl
Extensive preparations have hii-n
made by the citizens of Nebraska
(,'ily for a royal welcome to the dt1
fenders of our country. An urgent
invitation is extended to all soldiers
and friends to meet and bring their
wives and children. All railroads
have granted a rate of one and one
third fare for the round trip and
good hotel accomodations will be
assured at $1 per day. The follow.
ing distinguished veterans will be
present and deliver addresses:
Gov. John M. Thayer, Hon. Major
T. J. Majors, Hon. Major J. W. Pear
mun, Department Commander Joe
Teeters, Pot Commander Clarkson
an excellent opportunity is here nf.
forded the old soldiers of Cass
county to renew old acquaintances
and talk over matter pretaining
old soldiery days.
A large and attentive congrega
tion gathered at the First M. E.
church last eyening to hear Rct,
Hi itl h sermon to young men. The
strict attention of the audience was
held thoroiitfliout and doubtlesH
impressions were made upon the
minds of the young men present
that will be helpful to them in
yeurs to conic. Rev. IJritt is prov
ing to be an able minister and the
continued increase in the attend
ance indicatcH that his services are
fully appreciated by all.
For abstracts of title at reason
able rates, go to J. M. Leyda, Union
OUli FALL AM) WINTER STOck
- - OIF - -
DRY - GOODS - ANP
Is Now Complete iaall Dopartrc-x.
Wc are kiiowi.., . . u...i
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings mid blacks.
BLANKETS AM) COMFORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
CLOMPS ilJSTD Sljft WliS.
VX HAVE never rhown so large aline in this department.
e cill special attention to our l irge assortment of Eeefere
Military and Hip Coat shapes trimmed with Mink, Keal, Aitrachai,
MulTiiloon and Coney furs.
Our line of Pliieli Siicojies
lines of Childrens and Misses Cloaks
ONK DOOR EAST
A BIG STOCK OF HOLIDAY
cog q n
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Repairing of FINE WATCHES a Specialty
and all Work Warranted.
IB. Jl. M'ELWAUST,
THE LEADING JEWELEH,
415 Main Street,
E. G. Dovey & Co. vs. Slielul.iil
Knee et al, defendants, and the C.
D. & (J. R. R., ga. nishee. Answer of
garnishee, December 10, 111 a. in.
Dank of Cass County vs. L. M.
Rour et al. Suit on promissory
notes for !rl37.10. Default of de
fendant entered. Judgment foi
Hank of Cass County vs. F. M.
Carroll et al. Suit on promissory
note for $11)0. Default of defend
ants entered. Judgment for plain
titf for $10(1.78.
E. G. Vanaltii vs. Plattsmouth
F'lectric Light Co. Set for trial
D.'cmber 5 10 a. in.
I n the matter of the estate of Geo
tulradt, deceased. Hearing on
contested claims December 15,
10 a. m.
State of Nebraska vs. Cluis. Nor
ton and Frank Jackman. Com
plaint for housebreaking and lar
ceny. Trial to court and found
guilty. Sentenced to common jail
of the county tor sixty days each
and to pay costs of prosecution.
In the matter of the estate of Jas.
M. Chalfant, deceased. Notice to
creditors to file claims on or before
June 13.18H2, 10 a. in.
Klzie L. Lewia vs. Win. Ward. On
motion to dissolve attachment.
Hearing, December 7, 181)1.
In the matter of the estate of
August Reinhackel deceased.
Hearing final settleoient Dec. HI,
10 a. ni.
In the matter of the last will and
testament of Levi Walker, deceased,
and of the application of lilisabeth
Phillips, for assignment of home,
stead to her as the former widow
of said deceased Argrued and
D D flH M u
A good Ludles Jersy vent at 2T)C.- -Ladies
fine Jerwy vest and pants us..
white or natural grays at SCFc each
Ladies nutural Gray Wool Vests anl
Pants at 50c. Regular l')c under.
Full lines of Ladies Fine wool
ribbed under wear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's under,
wear in natural, scarlet and whit
at prices as low us thu lowest.
cheaper than erer before,
OP A W
Headquarter for Everything in the lio erf
DIAMONDS, FANCY AND BRONZ1
OPTICAL GOODS, OPERA GLASSES,
SOLID GOLD JEWELR7
OUR CLUBINO LIST,
Home MauHiniMiiil iI.kai.d
i ii iln Ill ni. ami II r.H i n
Il.mn'r'i Miik lie mil II n HALD
II ni' r'x Ha, .r and II K i.n
11.11 H r' eeklv llllll HKKAI.II '
Inwa -tale H'Clster and IIkhai.D
V extern UniM and IIkhaui
. J 4t
. I at
. 2 V
It bhould be In Every House.
J. Ii. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharp
burg, Pa., says he will not tie with,
out Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
that it cured his wife who was.
threatened with Pneumonia after
an attack of 'La Grippe," wbra
various other remedies and several
physicians had done her no good
Robert Darber, of Cocksport, Pa,,
claims 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 bottio, 80c
I warrant every piece of goods I
sell and will sell at bedrock prices
for the next thirty days.
... ?' A' Mi-EXWAIN, Jeweler,
415 Mam street.
I have been a treat sufTenT f...'
, catarrh for over ten years; had it
very umi, could hardly brcaihe
Some nights I could not sleep and
had to walk the floor. I purchased
Ely's Cream Halm and am tiding it
freely, it is working a cure surely.
I have advised several friends to
use it, and with happy results in
every case. It the medicine
above nil other for catarrh, and it
is worth its weight in gold. 1 thank
God 1 have found a remedy 1 can
use with safety and that does nil
that is claimed for it. It is cnrinir
iny deafness.-!!. W. Sperry, Hart
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