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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1891)
rLATTSMOUTII XK IiRASKA. TUKSDA Y, DIX MM l!KR 8, I8!)l.
Royalf3aking Powder is Best.
" The yal Baking Powder is absolutely pure,
for I have so found it in many tests made both for
that 'company and the United States Government.
I will go still further and state that because of the facilities that company
have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent
t. nnrtmn. f the Q.imiv and the method ol its preparation,
"the Royal Baking Powder is undoubt
edly thef Purest and most reliable
baking powder offered to the public.
irwjj'wo.Y k uiwium iiiTBtt n. it.
V TIME TABLE. J
OK DAILY I'ASHENtiliK TKAINS
GOING EAST GOING WEST
Vo. i 6 : Me m Not s (1 . ni.
Ks. 4 10UW. u. No. i h:lh p. ill
Ko. 1 7 44 V. m So, V M a. m
ho. 10 ti4A.in Nil. I 'I.I, in.
tio, li 10 -.14 a. So. Iflp, m.
t. M I JU a. R No. 11, . S f P. m.
o, IS II A. m.
H1SWUHI l'A( If IV HAILWAY
L l Araomixlatiuii
ioil ' arnvra.,
. .lo.-M a. m.
.. 4 .00 p. Hi.
r xkshj fiwpi moony.
. .til k V Rf'I.MVAV.
.tornr? at-l-aw. Will kiv priniil ativntlna
lo all tulnra ntrutril t him. oflici la
' , Union block, Kant MlJn, l'lllmoulh, Sob.
)Rf A. SALSBURY
D E N T I S T :
f COLD AM) HJKCKLAIX C'KOWNS.
Sr. Bifluw (nriihrilr fnrtlie pilnUfi e
trwilor nl Iff Hi.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
gockwood lilork l'lU!lioulh. Nrb.
jCAWSON A PEARCE
" HAVE KKl KIVtD
flrnlr Full lr. fmn rllitinii.lij' mil qnlllf
tiHi a m1 i.l ur l-t.l"r. cone Mis
III nri lid ti- I. llir ii. full
Ilur nl lutliy hfl- nun In r
dff l i rlf- iiM lirk nut hut "
tfucrd lli' lr iirm Kll-r hnt lo 4uand to
IS rm In lllinnif il.
MISS SCIIUYI.Kk, TKIMMKK.
AM) TYI'KWKITING COI.LKGE
Tht urii llioii.uliilii ol yiiui-K Imllit. wwiff
(irU M-ln.nl trwhrni rink!, nf lio n- i-kliin
mil rn f xlii iir! on nlry bmrljr uflii lrul
luii'i'l) lliflr ni( n) - int.
i ri.ii.iilrtlhK enurw III nlm't "'
by nmlii.gili. jr raurmii liom o in 140 irr
MHiu'Ihih iirm!lrti1 to n.niftflit iliulrlill
Indliliirukl iiiatiucllnli. I lVrillfii
DAY AM) KVKXIX3 SESSIOXS.
KiMiina ovi'f Mayeri t mm.
; 80LD AMD PORCKLAI! CKOWNH
Bridge work and fins gold work
OR. BTKINACd LOCAL aa wll M othur an
tlbelloanlTea lor lb paluleMU traction ol
a A. MARHIIALTj. rimifrralrl !'-'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CHOICEST BRANDS OP CIGARS
rui.L urn or
T01ACCO AND 8MOKIa' ARTICLN
always ia atook
IJe aurrlo cull and nee the price
n I.mlifH' nud (irnt'a gold and
j;old lilled wiiti'hra.
U. A. MchLWAlN, Jeweler,
415 Main treet. tf
"HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D."
Latt United States Government Chemist.
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
CATiioi.ie.-Mt. Paiil' Church, k. between
Klfth and Hlnlh. rullicr Caincy, ra-Hnr
Hcrrlcct: Vra nt ( Hiid Hi :.vi a. m. Huliday
Hchool at t JO, with b-nilli'iiiiii.
Chhutiah. 4'(imcr Locint and Flflith HK
hf rlcf nmruliiK mid mimiIuk. Klib r J. K.
llf cil, patilur. huudny td'tiool 10 A. M.
Ernn orAL.-Kt. I.nkc'n Claircli, corner Third
and Vine. lief, li B. HumeM. iHlnr. Her-
lcf : II A. at. a' d I jor. M. huuduy Hcbonl
at M r. M.
Okhman MuTHnmnT. Comer Hlith Pt aad
(irxnlte. l(f v. Illrl. I'H'inr. hfrvtcfn : 1 1 A.M.
and 7 ;JI r. M. ttuoilay Melionl lo M A. u.
'KKHVTrBlAK. ferlcc Id new chnrrli.cnr
nrt Hllli Hi.it liriiiiltc mp. Hev. J T. liHlr'.
.i.ir. miihIhv-mi mil at ; I'lf ;u-lilnu
al II a m.BMl n tn,
1 U . V.. ('. II f.t :t! rh::rch m-r!? r T-iy
Hiililmlli i Ti'lili'C al 7 :l In the Impi'iiicnl nl
Ihf I'liiirrll. All are Invllrd to alli nd tlii'Pf
Pi HPT Mpthoiumt. Hllh ft., tietwen Mln
and Prarl. Y.ri. I. H. lirltl. I. I. Ilnr.
hfrrlrea ; 11 A. M.. n P. M himilay HcIhkiI
:Mi A. M. 1'rayir nn rlli g Wednepdny even
lK. Uvkman rHPMYTKiAK. Comer Mln and
Ninlh. Iter Wille, paatnr. hcrvlcea luna'
' hour, hunilny eclnml :M A. M.
Bwprnin ( (innKnTioiiAi. (Iranlle, be
tween Fifth and Hlith.
Cnumrii BaitikT. Mt. olive. (nk, brlween
leulli and Kievenlh, lif. A. Bnpwell, pin
tor. nerti-ea II a. III. and 7 :XI p. III. 1'rayei
Dieetloc Heitni pilay errnlnK.
VnUNii Max'a Chki.tia Appwiatiow
Him. inn In w aiemmii hlnck, MhIii alreet. lina
pel meetliiK. Inr meu only. ecry Munilny al-ti-miHin
t 4 o'rlnrk. Himiijip open week dliyi
from :. a. lu.. to 9 : 3 p.m.
Mnl'TM I-ah Taiipkh ai L -Kf . J. M.
Vnd, lapinr. riervlfrPi Hunitay Bchonl,
i'ia.m.1 I'rraclilnK, li a. m. ami p. in.;
lrnyer mealing luepilpy li Ik IX ; choir prac
tice criiiitY tiiKHt. Ail are. welcome.
I have hern a frreut sufferer from
catarrh for over ten yearn; had il
very had, could hardly hreathe.
Some nihtK I could not rleep and
had tn walk the tloor. I purcliUHed
Kly'n Cream Halm nud am lining it
freely, it iii workinjr n cure niirely.
I huve iidvined fiveral friend to
tine it, ami with happy renultH in
every cane. It in the medicine
above all other for catarrh, and it
in worth iln weight in HUl. I lhank
God I have found a remedy I can
line with safety and that doen all
that in claimed for it. It in cnrmi;
my oVnfneHM. H. W. Sperry, Hart
I warrant every piece of poodn I
aell and will nell at bedrock priccn
for the next thirty dayn.
II. A. NcKlwain, Jeweler,
113 Main street.'
Mist lis ftil Tliis Week
The last week for this cloning
ont sale of groceries, flour, feed,
r-i 1 v a
iinna ana pmi'Bwnrc. ivenifinUer
jrou will lavo niotiej bj takirig
advantage of getting what yuxx
want. Coruo in and po ik.
Ol'ERA IIot'HR GROTItRT.
! OPBKINO UP
Oo f the
Plnih'Gooda, Toji, Dolli, Foveltiei,
Far lie Holiday trad that has baaa
mb la Iowa lor yeara.
NO OLD STOCK, ALL NEW
Which waa bought early in the
aeaaon from aome of the
Largest Jiipohtimo Houses
Which guarantees you the pick of
the market and at price
for which we
':The Lowest in the Country .
Tn prbll la cordially Invited to Inapact aur
goaila ai d coaiparn pria-a
Geo. Vran and then chrintman.
Table Rock will hold n farmer's
iiiHtitution December 8 and 0.
Rev. and Mm. llritt departed on
Xo. 5 for the west thin inoi nin .
Fir ahntrnctn of title at reason-
nble rates, to J. M. Leyda, L'ninn
There fare still a number of side
walkn about town that need re-
Nebraska begins to feel that her
her World's fair appropriation in
insufficient by about $7.",(KX). L t
it be increased.
Sen the beautiful I'arininn cos
tumes in the I. alia Rookh booth; al
so those of the Babylonian ladies in
the garden party.
They tell of ti man not more than
a tliousiinil miles Irom here who
stopw his clock during the night
that it will not weur out.
See Samantha and Josinh Allen
surprised at Roekwood hall Thurs
day evening, and no doubt Betsy
Bobbet will put in her appearance.
For the remainder of '01 "The
Fair" will offer on the S, 10 and Z)
cent counters, articles worth twice
the amount asked. tf.
WANTED Ladies to travel salary
per month. Call Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday between 1), 12
and 2. 5 at I'S.i Fourth street. 2t
Miss Lmi Burgess left for Omaha
this morning where she will re
sume her duties in Brownell hall.
Farm hands arc in good demand
at present owing to the extra
amount ol work attending the corn
The study of corn fields is now
occuping the attention of the
farmers. There is no politics in it
but aiillious of money in the iggre
gale. The county having the largest
representation at the State Associa
tion will be presented with nil ele
gant banner. Why, may not Cass
county secure the prize.
The Columbus Telegram is after
the gambling dens in that city with
a forked stick. And by the way,
a similar weapon might be effec
tively employed in our own city.
We beg of our readers not to think
we have slighted them intention
ally if anything of interest has
transpired relutive to them. It ia
impossible for us to get hold of
everything and of course a great
many items will slip our notice
that we would be glad to publish
In this connection let us urge our
readers to mention any item
worthy of interest that will be
John Schmidt, a resident of
Nebraska City, aged 30, made a
desperate but unsuccessful attempt
to auicide yesterday. He had been
despondent for several days, but
Inst evening he grew more melan
choly, repaired to the barn and
fired three balls into his skull with
a large revolver. He waa uncon
scious when discovered, and when
brought to his senses by his physi
cians he admitted having shot him
self three times, and, fearing a fail
ure In this, he had cut his wrist
badly with the hope that he would
bleed to death, lie will recover.
He is thought to be insane, though
no cause is assigned for such a con
dition. LOCAL ON LAST PAGE.
The Eiiliora (Jonflab
The Nebraska Stiite Press Associ
ation will meet at Fremont fun. 21,
and 22. Strenuous effort! arc be
ing made to niiiku tin: meeting
worthy the attendance of editors
throughout the state, -Am interest
ing progi i in bearing directly iiinn
newspaper work to he participated
in by some of the mot promising
men of the state has been prepared,
At Roekwood Hull two evenings
Thursday and Friday December 10
and 11, There will he hcaiitilully
decorated booths, tahleaiix anI mu
Hic and many character from well
know literary production in pretty
and appropriate costumes. Supper
will he nerved in (he old style and
the new; old styie flipper ii.'ie, new
stylo supper on the Europe.iu plan.
Admission ! cents. Everybody in
A. Salisbury may be a good den
tist, but he'll find pulling an office
finin the ballot box ol ( ass county
is not an easy an pulling a tooth
A. Salisbury does not desire to
pull an office from the ballot box,
an the News in perfectly aware. The
attorneys for the plaintiff have pos
itive evidence that votes were cant
for Salisbury that were so counted,
because of an alleged technicality
in the marking of the ballot. All
Ihat Salisbury asks in that the will
of the people shall prevail. If our
democratic, brethren are positive
that Dr. Deering han a plurality of
votes, why their opposition to a re
count? And why this bitter wail
from every democrrtic sheet in thin
county? It in very plain that they
fear the result. I-1 the recount pro
ceed and the majority rule.
An interesting case-Wagner vk.
Ilawl.n wan tried in court this
morning, in which the former sued
the latter for If."i7. The plaintiff al-
ges that he loaned Mm. Greeson,
whom Hawkn subsequently mar
ried, a sum of money, and he How
attempts to collect the anoiint
from Hawks. He alleges, and at
tempts to prove, that the defendant
authorized the woman to borrow
the money on his account, which
Hawks denies. In his testimony
the plaintiff claimed having loaned
the woman $177.."V; then again he
stated that it was $1120, and finally
he sues for $."i7. Mrs. Greeson is
well known in this city, having for
merly resided here. She married
Hawks some time since, but stibse-
qurntly left him and commenced
suit for a divorce; but the suit was
finally withdrawn ami they are now
living together ngain. In the trial
in question it was evident that her
sympathies were for the pl.iintilf.
The case has been taken under ud
vinemeut by Judge Archer.
John Seibertn, a mention of whose
arrest was made in yestcrdy's IlEH
ALti on a charge of assault, came
into court this morning and with
drew the plea that he acted in sell
defense, plead guilty to the charge
and received the usual $." and cost
sentence, upon the payment of
which he was discharged from
G. F. Allen was brought into
court this morn ng charged with
drunknens. He plend guilty, de
posited ." and costs in the -ity
treasury and went on his way re
joicing. County Court
Taylor Bros. vs. J. M. Beardsley.
Miit coiiunueu uy consent until
December 17, 11 n. m.
License to wed issued to Mr.
Rowin W. I.ong of 1'lattsmouth
precinct, and Miss Emma McComb
of hight nue throve precinct
Oscar H. Goodwin vs. Richard
Bilstein et al. Suit on tiromissorv
note for H"7.6'i Answer, January
John Johnson vs. William Tighc,
sheriff. Action in replevin. Hear-
tner, December li, 10 a. m.
Batca & Co. vs. Ranmus Petersen.
Continued forty days for service by
publication on application of
Julius Penperberg vs. Rasmus
Petersen. Continued forty davs
for service by publication on appli
cation by plaintiff.
Joseph W. Hendee vs. Erath A
Thyne. Suit for damages for f'JOO.
Hearing, December 13, 10 a. m.
Mathew Gering vs. Joseph
Schmurdcrer. Suit for profession,
al services in the sum of $'J5. De
fault of defendant entered. Judg
ment for plaintiff for $2.1.
Iars (i. l.arsen vs. Rasmus Peter
sen, defendant, and First National
Bank of i'lattsmouth, garnishee.
Answer of gnrnishee taken.
In the matter of the cstntcof John
McClelland, deceased. Hearing on
petition for appointment of Liuic
For gents Christmas slippers
to Joseph FeUer.
UK FALL AM) WIMTIt STOck
- - OF - -
DRY - GOODS - AND
Is TJovr Comploto in all .Departments,
We are showinga handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR 1 'LA IDS,
A full line of coloringn and blacks.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
AVE never cliown so
e c ill riK.Ti.il attention
Military Mini Jli Coat shapes trimmed with Mink, Seal, Astrachaa,
Muflaloon and Coney furs.
Our line of Plush Facijncs ar-3 cheaper than erer before. Full
lines of Cliildrens and Misses Clonks and Jackets.
ONE DOOR EAST
A BIO STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Repairing of FINE WATCHES a Specialty
and all Work Warranted.
B. Jl. M'ELWAIN",
THE LEA Dl NO JEWELER,
415 Main Street,
The Private Sacratary.
The new People's theater was
last night occupied by fur the larg
est ciowd d the season. The play
was the "Private Secretary." Lant
nights rendition was very creditable
and was presented in a perfectly
smooth manner. Mr. Wrn. Fairbanks
did full justice '.o the character of
the Rev. Robert Spaulding. His in
genioiM versatility especially
adapta him to this role. Mr. Edwin
Travers' interpretation of the roleof
"Douglas Cuttermole" whs an enter
taining piece of aeimg. The manner
iu which Mr. 11. Rees Davies pre
sented the part of "Mr. Cattermole."
was very creditable indeed. The
ladies ol the cast arc all pretty and
vivacious and present their re
spective parts in true artistic style,
i he other characters are sustained
in a very commendable manner.
In tine, it can be safely predicted
that "The Private Secretary" will
co n Liu ue to attract large audiences
to the People's for the remainder of
the week. New Orleans Daily City
This company will appear at the
Waterman opera house Saturday,
December 12. Prices, 73, 50 and 35
Ladies thinking of purchasing
Jewelry or Silverware should not
miss attending the afternoon sales
at Carruth & Son's jewelry store.
All goods guaranteed as represent
ed same us at private sale. No
goods offered but first-class.
tf Fkank Cakkutii A Son.
Judge Chapman convened court
nt Nebraska City yesterday. The
docket is an unusually long one,
including several very Important
A good Ladies Jersy vest at 2."c.
Ladies fine Jersey vent and pants i
white or natural grays at 50c each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Vests ana)
Pants til50c. Regular 7."ic under,
Full lines of Ladies Fine wool
ribbed under wear in while, cardi.
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's under
wear in natural, scarlet and whit
at prices ah low us the lowest.
largo aline in this department.
to our Inrro assortment ot Ikoelera
Headquarter for Everything in the line )
DIAMONDS, FANCY AND BRONZfc
OPTICAL GOODS, OPERA GLASSES,
SOLID GOLD JEWELRY
Ajt . '; ,'
OUR CLUBINO LIST,
Ilnnin VanaliiPiiiiil Hhui.ii $1 M
I . 1. .ill. III ..U ami IlKH 1 1 J t
II, irier'i Mit I nei hihI 1Ikiim.ii 4 ft '
lli.riiii'a Htty.hr unit I1khm.ii 4 H
lllll jll r'l W psKljf Mllll MKKAI.II 4 m
Inw -tnts Ki-kIiiit ami IlKKAi.n. 1 1
We.ileru Kural and 11 KB Am 1 sts.
The laws ol health ore taught in;,
the schools; but not iu a wuy to be
of much practical benefit and are
never illustrated by livingexamples
which in many cases might easily
be done. If some scholars, who
had just contracted n cold, was
brought qefore the school, so that
all could hear the dry, loud cough
and know its significance; pee the
thin white coating on the tongue
and latter, as the cold developed,
see the profuse watery expectora
tion and thin watery discharge
from the nose, not one of them
would ever forget what the first
symptoms of a cold were. The"
scholar should then be given
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy free
ly, that nil might see that even a
severe cold could be cured in one
or two days, or at least jjreatly miti
gated, when properly treated as
soon ns the first symptoms nppenr
This remedy is famous for it's
cures of cough, colds and croup.
It is made especcially for these
disease and is the most prompt and
most reliable medicine known for
the purpose. SO cent bottle for sale
by F. G. Fricke A Co., druggists.
Good Evening! Have you used
Ah! there is no need of my savinir
any thing further, I , sure you
will hereafter use nothing but the
Famous Blush of Roses for your
complexion. Yours with best
Floka A. Jones,
i r.tt ., So.",,, ,,,,n'-In(-l
.h. Cull thin eve please nt O 11
Snyder and lenrn the particulars '
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