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IMATTSMOp'H, XKIJliASKA.AVKDXKSDAY, DKCIM HKlt 1), 1891.
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Royal Baking Powder is Best.
."TheRoval Baking Powder is absolutely pure,
for I have so found it in many tests made both for
that company and the United States Government.
'1 v.ill go still further and state that because of the facilities that company
have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, anJ for other reasons dependent
upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation,
"the Royal Baking Powder is undoubt
edly the Purest and most reliable
baking powder offered to the public.
"HENRY A. MOTT, Pit. D."
Latt United States Government Chemist.
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y TIME TABLE, y
OF DAILY I'ASHENoEK TKAIN9
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No. i, tni p- m
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No. II, a :f p. m.
o, 19 II i m.
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Do.au I JUk.li'
X1SSVUH1 PACiriC HAILWAY
Ho. M Acamnodatluo Uvri.(
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. .10 M ni.
.. 4 .00 p. HI.
Tralm uy xerpi rungy.
L. N, SULLIVAN.
m.Im. will vim orunibt tll'fitloa
tT"tif tiii.liifM mitmntfil ' M. omre ID
Unloi bluck, Kwt Hldn, I'lutfnioulli, heb.
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1 ooi't-nd pokcelain ckowns.
j I l'.BtA'inhrtle forlbe plnlrt el-
iff Iiiiiii il lfth.
Gold Work a Specialty.
Of Ir Full nlni. tnr rl)b(.n. Hi nd
uo A lot ol ! Ililn ciina Uk- bata
Id ulraw and l t. Thry a full
Una nl babT h"xl- and In or
ir r I.) rlnw nlil Hiwk out ba r
dueed Ibf Ir nt ll"t hat lo 40 and t
TS u irlmin'd,
MISS SCIIUYLKK. TRIMMER.
AND TYPEWRITING COI I.IvGK
Thf t ara tliomandu nl your U'llra. irl
flila. achixil lfa lirra rlnka.nr aim rr-klh
but rn nUU'iM-i- m a alt)r barfly iuniclrnt
Ui aupply Ibrir mnt dy tn.
Hy rmnplnlna a rmirna In hnr1 hand and
by tliilslil'Ui ) can mill tii.ni 40 lo 1M P'r
"hPuaMont radtrd lo nmrt"it UidftiU
IndlUivuai ImIIUCUcd. laillna.
DAY AND KVKNIN3 SESSIONS.
Kooiiii ovrr Mi)ii) lorn.
J OLD AD rOKCELAIM CBOWN8
Bridgt work tod Una gold work
SB. RTEINAU8 LOOALaaM1 aa elhar kit
atbaUcaKlTaa lot the pMulaaaaxlradlva of
a a, maraitalTj. nmrwii'' fM"
WLESkLE AND RETAIL
CHOICEST IJRAND3 OF CIGARS
0IACCO AND BMOKIx'l ARTICLII
lwiyt In atock '
le mircto call and are the prlcra
I.tidira' and (ient'a gold and
'i filled wntt he a.
II. A. McKLWAlN, Jeweler,
Main atrrrt. tf
J. I MathewH in in the metropolis
The conuly comuiisMionern. Geo.
Vans and the court house clock.
Misa Pettee 1 an Omaha visitr r
For gent Christmas alippera go
ot Joseph Fetzer. tf
Mrs. Geo. Dovey is an Omaha vis
Santa Clnusf, Christmas and
Geo. Vans. tf
Hal Johnson came in last evening
Purr buckwheat flour for sale hi
HeiMcl's mill. tf
II. C. McMaken is transacting
business in Lincoln lo-uny.
For a nice Hat or Cap go to JOE,
the One Price Clothier. tf
City Attorney Polk is transacting
legal business at the metropolis
For fine boots and shoes go to
tnaeph Fet.er, Main street, between
ourth and Fifth streets. tf
Mrs. A. N. Sullivan lias returned
from York, where she lias been vis
iting friend .
You can get the best of hand
ninde boots and shoes at Joseph
R. R Windham, accompanied by
Mrs. Windham, is transacting legal
business in Omaha to-day.
WANTED Ladies to travel salary
$) per month. Call Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday between 0, 12
and 2, 5 at 12:1 Fourth ntrert. 2t
Mrs. A. Swift, who has been
stopping at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Morgan, for
some time, departed this morning
for Hay Springs, whyre she will
I warrant every piece of goods I
sell and will sell at bedrock prices
for the next thirty days.
H. A. McELWAlX, Jeweler,
413 Main street.
UJUUt UU U 1U
The last week tor this cloning
ont sale of groceries, flour, feed,
China and glassware. Kememlier
yoa f.ill save money bj taking
ud vantage of getting what yon
want. Coino in and ce tin.
Opera Hot he Gkocikt
It OPININO VP
On af tha
aeweat aad brightest
Plaik'Goodt, Tj. Sulla. Sovelviot.
Par lb Holiday trad thai baa baaa
aaaa la lawa (or joara.
NO OLD STOCK, ALL NEW
Which waa bought early in the
aeason from some of the
Largest InrokTi.NO Houses
Which guarantees you the pick of
the market and at pricea
for which we
.The Lowest in the Country :
Tba public la mrdiallr l'ilil io Impact aur
. r, nciisR. rrop.
For abstracts 'if title at reason
aMe rates, go to I. ?l. Leyda, I'mmi
Jack Frost and his Queen, Forsty,
assisted by many friends, will give
a brilliant reception in their beau
tiful new home "I he Snow Cave,
Thursdav and l-riday evenings. A
cordial invitation is extenned to all
to partake of their snowy sweet.
For the remainder of '91 "Th
Fair" will offer on the 5, 10 and 2."
cent counters, articles worth twice
the amount arkeil. tf
Geo. Vans and the court house
Why will you cough when Shi
Ion's cure will gi immediate re.
lief. Price 10 els., mi cts. aud $1
For sale by F. G. Fricke A Cc
A young man holding a very
trust worthy position in this city
was beastly drunk at noou to day,
Hid the police came in contact
with him he would have been
brought into the police court. We
withhold the name this time.
Tall on the Tucker Sisters in the
Sherwood block for bargains in
Winter Hats. tf
Probably the largest hen egg we
have hoc n this season was left up.
on our table to-day. It measured
six inches in cirfumferance at the
A,Thi i.ailies to canvas
immediate towns Call Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday between
II, li ami i. .i at 12.!, l-ourth street.
Elzie I Lewis vs. Win S. Ward
rmn in aTiacnmeut. Hearing on
motion to dissolve attachment con
turned until December 12 !!, 10
Hank of Cass County vs. E. W
Carroll et al. Suit on note for $273
with interest. Default of defendant
entered. Judgment for plaintiff for
M. K. Smith A Co. vs. Charles
Clutter. Suit on account for
merchandise. Default of defend
ants entered. Judgment for plain
j. J. Siuipnuil Vo. O. M. Stlcifclit
Suit on note for $213 less indorse,
meats with ten per cent interest
default of defendant entered. Judg
ment for plaintiff for $:i'.IU.25.
L. G. Larsen vs. Rasmus Petersen
Suit on BOCfuint, S. P, Vsnntti en
tera a general appearance for de
fondant; judgment for plaintiff on
proof taken for $33H.58.
Sloan, Johnson & Co. ve. Charles
Clutter. Suit on account
President Croan, of the Western
Normal College, recently destroyed
by fire at Shenandoah, waa in
Omaha yesterday to entertain
propoaition from the board of
trade of that city looking to the
establishment of the school there
Mr. Croan aya that he belivea the
work la hampered somewhat iu a
mail town and if sufficient induce.
nv-nta are offered it ia very rrob
able that Omaha will tecure ita
location. One thing is certain, if
Omaha decides that she wishes to
make a fight for it. she will win,
Fremont Is also making a struggle,
Is it worth while for Plattsmoutb to
be "in it?"
Do you want to know what would
make your father, mother, brother,
sister and sweetheart happy? It ia
a nice pair of shoes or slippers for
a Christinas present W. A. Hocck
A Co. have iust received an elegant
line that they olier at VERV LOW
prices for thirty days only. tf
Auction at J. Finlcy
Bord of TrU,
At a meciing of the board of trarje
IiihI evening it was found imposMbfc
to get a quorum. The following
were selected "however to attend the
Ueet Sugar convention at Lincoln:
Julias Pcpperberg, J. V. Johnf on,
J. M. Patterson, F. K. White and L.
President Windham will inter
view the Omaha company to-day
relative to the proposition to locate
a plo-B- factory here.
An an extra wa entering the north
ml of the H. & M. yard at 5 o'clock
thin morning, the engine No. 202 ex
perienced a mishap similar to that
rouiclcd a lew days since. Ah it
struck the frog the front wheel
starte.. up the side track while the
hind trucks adhered to the main
track. The disturbance resulted in
tearing up about seven rods of
track and fchnking the train men up
considerably. It in fortunate that
the speed was not great aH the re
sults might have been more disas
Ed Ross was arraincd before
Judge Archer this morning on a
charge of drunkenness, to
which he plead guilty. He was as
sessed the usual $5 and costs after
the (ia) ment of which he went on
his way rejoicing. Mr. Ross, it will
be remembered, some tiir.e since
served a term of three years in the
penitentiary for having engage d
in a drunken fight iu which a knife
figured prominently as a weapon.
Since serving hi term he has con
ducted himself much belter, and
if it were not for an occasional
over-indulgence iu drink, he
would make useful citi.en.
The case of Philip Thierolf vs.
Kodenbusli, suit on attachment
was settled by agreement and dis
missed. The case of Mathew Geritig vs. J.
V. Hawks suit for the recovery of
attorney fees was likewise settled
Tha Olnkana Party.
The following persons represent
characters in the Dickens party at
the "Author's Carnival" Thursday
and Friday evenings:
Mr. Micawber Mr. Dwyer.
David Coppcrfield-J.L. Mathews.
.ir. Murdstone Dr. Humphrey.
Ham IVggotty Frank Dickson.
Uriali Harp Mr. Eigenbroadt.
Mrs. Micawber Miss Clark.
D'jra Copperfield May Dutton.
Miss Peggolty Miss Hyers.
Hetsy Trotwood -Deana Fisher.
Mis. Giiinridge Mrs. Dickson.
Dollie Varden Hattie Sullivan.
Mr. Hiifiiii Mr. Rawls.
Mrs. liullin Mamie Stiles.
Mr. Sijueers Mr. Harrett.
Mrs. Scjueers Miss Halsey.
Nicholas Nicklcby H. A. McEl
wain. Mr. Skunpole Henry Herold.
Ned Cuttle-Prof. McClelland.
Mrs. Jarley Dora Herold.
Madame Defarge Miss Sherman.
Miss llavisham Miss M. Wright.
Pip (Philya PerseysJ-Frank
Mr. Pickwick W. L. Knotts.
Mrs lUrdell-May McClelland.
A number of practicing physi
cians throughout the state are ex
periencing considerable difficulty
in complying the new law requir
mi them to present diplomas to
the state board of health for exam
ination. Thus far we believe but
two physicians of Cass county have
been relegated to the rear, and tin j
took their medicine with the com
placency of a defeated candidate
It appears however that a phyaicii.n
in Beatrice waa more desperate in
his attempt to pass muster. Ilia
waa a new dodge but it proved un
able to pass the scrutiny of the
skilful board. lie secured a
diploma from the University of
New York under date of 1814 and
by the use of acids removed the
nameof the party to whom it had
been lawfully granted, and inserted
his own, Great must have been his
mortification and chagrin upon
having his little game detected.
This law is a step in the right
direction and should receive the
support of all good people to the
end that cranks and quacks, may
be relegated to the rear, the
rights and safety of our people
cared for and the profession pro
tected. The Aid Society, of the M. K.
church, will meet to-morrow after
noon at 2 o'clock, with Mrs. Lcla
Pine, on Marble street between
Fourth and FiLh streets. Sec.
OUll FALL AND WLMlill STOck
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DRY - GOODS - AND
Is ITow Comploto ia all Departments,
llltI SS (iOODS
We are showing a handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings and blacks.
I5LAN KIM'S AM COM F0UTS
Stock complete and prices lower
CLOAKS AD StjilWLS.
HAVE never ehown bo
e call special attention to
Military and Hip Coat shapes trimmed with Mink, Seal, Astrachaa,
Miifl'iiloon and Conev furs.
Our line of Plush Saivjuea ar cheaper than eer before. FtB
lines of Cliildrens and Misses Cloaks and Jackets.
ONE DOOR EAST
JK.. IVIoIU IjWAIN,-
A BIO S'lOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Repairing of FINK WATCHES a Specialty
and all Work Warranted.
33. A.. M'ELWAIF,
THE LEADINO JEWELER,
415 Main Street, -
Ladies thinking of purchasing
Jewelry or Silverware should not
miss attending the atternoou sales
at Carruth A Son's jewelry store.
All goods guaranteed as represent
ed same us at private sale. No
goods offered but first-class.
tf Fkank Carruth & Son.
'Tha Privata Saoratary."
A large house greeted the Edwin
Travers company last night in
Whi. Gillette's famous comedy,
"The Private Secretary," and to
merely say that it was a success
would certainly be drawing it mild
ly. Although the play has been pre
sented here before by some very
strong companies, it loses nothing
in ita strength aa presented by the
company last night Special men
tion should be made of Mr. William
Fairbanks in the title role, which
we think was better taken than by
any one that has assumed the role
heretofore. The Cattermole of
Harry Eytinge, the Douglass of
Edwin Travers, the Gibson of E. J.
Mack, the Niss Ashford of Miss
Bertha Livingston, and the Miss
Stead of Miss Nelly Whiting were
all admirably taken. In fact a
more evenly balanced company has
not graced the boards of our opera
house this season. The costumes
were elegant, the stage settings
were elaborate and worthy of the
cleanest, funniest and most charm
ing comedy of the present day.
-Oil City (Pa.) Derrick.
LOCAL ON LAST PAGE.
A good Ladies Jerey vest at 25c.
Ladies fine Jersey vest and pants ia
white or natural grays at 50c each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Vests ami
Pauls at rVIr, Regular 75c 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 white
at prices as low as the lowest.
large aline in this department,
onr lirr assortment of Reefers
- JEWELER -Headquarter
for Everything in the Una (
DIAMONDS, FANCY AND HROXXi
OPTICAL GOODS, OPERA GLASSES
FANCY SILVERWARE, . .
SOLID QOLD JEWELH"?
OUR CLUB! NO LIST,
Home M&sszlue sr4 HfRALB j g
Iu tilo III .il. Mini II k H l.l 2 41
Harper' M;in z n ami IIhhai.u ,., 4 at
lliirp-r'a Huzhraud 11 km alii 4 a
lluipir'. Weekly mid iKIIAI.a 4
luwa IhI Kenlniernn.l Hkhald t
wtatcru Kurui and Hrkaui 1 at
The laws of health are taught ia
the schools; but not in a way to be
of much practical benefit and are
never .illustrated by livingexamplc
which in many canes might easily
be done. If some scholars, ah
had just contracted a cold, waa
brought qefore the school, so that
all could hear the dry, loud cough
and know ita significance; see 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 fre
ly, that all might see that even a
severe cold could be cured in one
or two days, or at least greatly initl.
gated, when properly treated as
soon aa the f..?t symptoms appear.
This remeuy is famous for it'a
cures of cough, colds and croup.
It ia made especcially for these
disease and ia the most prompt and
most reliable medicine known for
the purpose. 50 cent bottle for suit)
by F.tG. Fricke & Co., druggist,
Good Evcnlngl nave you uscd
An! there is no need of my sayinir
anything further, I am sure you
will hereafter use nothing but the
Famous Hlush of Roses for your
complexion. Youri with best
Flora A. Jonba,
x c South ,,(M,d'. !'
f.b. Call this eve plense at O. II
Siiydcr aud learo the partlculare.
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