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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1891)
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PLATTKMOUTII, NKMtASK A. THURSDAY, DIX'EMIJEIL' 10, 1891.
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ing Powder is Best.
"The Royal 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 'or obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other i.asons dependent
upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation,
BBnuTfaTox Hisaovni mrtn b. ti.
V TIME TABLE. J
OF DAILY PAH.Hli.NGEH TRAINS
C01NG EAST GOING WtST
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u, 1ft II Mi it. in.
m.sxuiin l mi- haii.h a y
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to ell liiiin riitrii.tr'l t.. liiu. ":li
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BOLD A S K J'(.'hi.4 I.JU V K'llY.N-4.
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Fine Gold Work 11 Specialty.
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DAY AM) i;VKM.
INx Iiih i.y Mr i-i
: 6')i I) ai piK!"i ai n: n -Bridge
work nil II im xulil work
08. BTKINA118 LIM'AI. M other an
HlllDIIOHKlTel Infill" tiKllllrwrtrkc.tlun n
C. A MARSHALL. fit.-. rli' -
I US VEVVV.UHKUG.
MARirACTI'lllt OP AX
ifCKST HWANDS OF CIGARS
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CCO AND SMOKERS ARTICLES
always in Mlork
to call and nee the pricen
ami (ient'a Kold and
I wiitc hen.
.Mi Ki.w ai.n, Jeweler,
f . ,r,t. tf
the Royal Baking Powder is undoubt
edly the Purest and mo it reliable
baking powder offered to the public.
"HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D."
Latt Unittd Stattt Government Chemist.
For kciiIh Chrmtitias Blippers go
ot JoHt-ph Fct.er. i
SiimIii CIhuhi1, t'hriHtmiiH iiihI
Geo. Vatu. If
Pure buck wlient flour for Halo in
IIi'imcI'i" mill. H
For a nice Hat or Cnp tfo to JOK,
the One I'rire Clotiiirr. tf
For fine lioow anil kIum-h ro In
JoHepli Heter. la!n htn-cl lielwecii
Foiii'lh (mil I'iflli nuii l-. ll
Mrs. Joe I.Ioyrl wbh a paHHcnger
for Oiiuihn 1 1 1 i h moriiin.
You ran the best of liaiul
inside Iiooim and hIioch tit Ju-i-il)
WA.NTKI- I.iidien to travel nalary
$) per month. Call VcdneMda ,
Tliurhd.iy and l-riday lielween i(, 12
and 2. 5 at IZl Fourth Mri-ot. 2t
I warrant every piece of iroodn I
nell and will nell at ledriKK priceH
for the next lliiily dayn.
11. A. McKlwais, Jeweler,
415 Main Klreet.
Mr. and Irn. Win. Seiliert do
parted fur Omaliii thi4 morning.
Are ymi made inif erable liy iinli-Ifc-lioii,
cnii"! ipal 'Oil, ili.HMie ,
li" of ap(ielile, yellow Mkin: Shi
IoIi'h il.ili.er i a poKllive cure.
For eale by (1. Fi icke A Co.
IJefore you buy any Men'n, HoyM'
or t. inidren t lollimir look through
)ui: line, lie win nave you
Wis will give K'iuine baraiiiH in
gold wiitehen and jewelry.
Ii. A. McIiLWAlN, Jeweler,
413 Main utreet. tf
The lareHt and bewt line of
Gloves at wonderfully low price at
JO ICS. tf
Do not fail to read carefully the
new advertiririiietit of Fred Herr
mann which appeam in thin iMxue.
Mr. Herrmann hai u carefully
Delected Htock of (jooiIh and in pre
pared to Hiipply tiie wantM of bin
ctMtoiniTH at prices as low n the
l'nr a. nice X pres:it '.
JOK. tl'e po Hilar clol iii1 noil loo1;
at bin li.ie l'ne of Mi' Hie h and Kaln.
IJ35I iiW tllS M
111 .A. ' . I I .
1IIU lltnl Wl'CK IvT tiii-i ClOc-il g
out niilo of groeericB, flour, fcrd
China nnd rrlif swiire. Hcini tnlirr
yon will m-o numcy bj taking
advantage of ettip what you
want. Comic in and te u.
OrCRA IIoi BK (i KOCKBT.
IS OPKM.XO UP
One of tli ewent nnd brihleKl
Pltul'Coo'lB, Tovn. Do Is Voy'.il 1,
Par the IliilliUy imdt ttmt h tie
"ll in tuirn tor Jfi art.
NO OLD . TCCK, ALL 1TEW
Which win boiijrlil parly in the
KcnMHi from hoiiio of the
I.AVii;T iMI'OKTIMi H(U'hi:h
Which KiiarnnleeH you '.he pick of
the market and a. prices
for which we
"'.The Lowest in (he Country .
Till" I ulitle I" rnnllii'lv lnili In l. iert nr
H'lnilt Hi d ran luif (11 ic
,P, EsrllKH. P.np.
Walt Ilolttien in in Omaha to-day.
Geo. Vn.- nnd the court
Auction at J. Finley
h inlwure Blore.
"The Private Secretary" at the
Waterman neit Saturday evening.
Secure your neatM early.
por niJHiructM 01 tiiie m ieiiHon-
able ratcH. j-o 10 J. M. I-yda,
I 11 ion
Mrs. Geo. Prentice is an Omaha
Call on the Tucker Si-tfr in t''
Sherwood block for bariraiim in
Why will yon couli when Sin
IoIi'm cure will uive iinmediale re
liel. Price 10 cl., ,V) cl. ("id Ifl
For pale by F. G. Fricke iV Cl
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Goll departed
lact evening fir nurlinton for a
three weeks' visit with relatives in
that Hcclioti of Iowa.
WANThli I.adieH to ranvHi
immediate towua. Call Wedueri
day, Thursday and Friday between
U, Yi mid 2. ." nt 1 A Fourth utreet.
Do you wni't to know what would
make your father, mother, brother,
s.K!er and Kwe'lieart happyi Jt in
a nice pair of hlioes or ftlippcrs lor
11 ( In isiniiii present. W. A. Moeck
A Co. have ju.it received an Hey;i'nt
line that 1 1 icy olftr at VI. KY I.ow
firices for thirty daysonly. tf
The best talent in the city will
t ike part in the mimical program to
be given at the "Author's Carnival"
to-night and to-morrow night
Hear it. AdmiHmon, 23 cents.
The ronuty coumiiMHionerH. Geo.
Y'iimh and the court house clock.
For the remainder of '01 "The
Fair" will offer on the S, 10 and 25
cent counters, articles worth twice
the amount aked. tf.
Mrs. Chan. Fleck, her niece, Mias
Maud Parker, und Koy Dodd were
pnHcnger for Omaha this morn
ing. Don't forget the "Author's Carni
val" to night and to-morrow night
at Rock wood hull. To see the
booths in well worth the price of
La lies thinking of purchasing
Jewelry or .Silverwaie should not
mi-" H'temling (be bIIitoooii sale
atCanutliA Son's jewelry atore.
All goods guaranteed as represent
ed same as at private sale. No
goods offered but tirst-class.
tf Fkank Cawkuth a Son.
Judge A rr her'e Court.
In the case of Win. Wagner vs.
Houcks, wnich has been under nil-
visement for a few days, judgment
was rendered in favor of defendant.
In the attachment case of Joe
McVcy vs. H. Cunningham a verdict
was rendered in favor of plaintiff
forflH. In this case McVey garni
sheed the U. A M. K. K. with a view
of obtaining payment from defend
ant for goods purchased of
blepl in Jell.
Win. Lngslii;,lc, a farmer resic.
ing in this viiiily, was found by
Henry McGuire upon the street at
1 o'clock this morning in a beastly
stile of iiiUn.icr.ioii. He spent the
remainder of the night in j iil. and
was this mir, ning nrraigned before
Judge Archer, who administered
the regular dose of ! .1 and cohU
Thiou;h the influence of Geo.
Weldman the f.T fine was remitted
and the farmer pei united to go on
bis way rejoicing.
Remember, "The Private Secre
tary" Saturday night
Pretty Wedding t the Home of
Chrie Feiereen Lust Evening.
One of the prettiest weddings
ever solemnized in J l;n t -mouth
occurred last evening at the home
of Chris Petersen on South Tenth
street. The contracting parlies
were Christian Christcns'-ii, a
trustworthy employee of the
H. A M., nnd Mrs. Mamie II011U, one
of our most charming and prom
ising young ladies.
At 8 p. 111. Waldeiiiar Heck began
to play the wedding march and in a
few moments the bridal parly ap
peared. , The groom, attended b
P. J. CSrlHon, and the bride by
Mamie Petersen, ininiediafely took
placid prepared for thcui, and Iv'cv.
Falk, pastor of the Swedish church,
performed the ceremony in a
solemn, yet impressive and Tilting
'After the ceremony had been per
formed the happy pair were the
recipients of hearty congra dilations
and winhes for a long and pros
perous liie together, nt the con
clusion of which the company
repaired to the dining room, where
a delicious and sumptuous repast
was served. After supper the
hours were whilcd away indulging
in music, games and a general con
versation upon topics in keeping
Kith the occui .. The newly mar
ried couple received a surprisingly
numerous and coMly collection of
presents, which indicated the high
esteem in which they are Le!d by
the community. At 3 a. m. each
member of the merry company re
paired to his home feeling that he
had spent the evening pleasantly
and participated in 1111 important
The folio .ving were among those
present: Mr. and Mrs. Y. L.
Hrowne, Mrs. McBride, Nehawka;
Andrew Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Aug.
Aagard, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Amberg,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hang, Mrs, A.
Pearson, P. J. Carlson, Otto Oleson,
C. II. Moouie, Chas. Holmstrom,
Kriist Hang, Albert Pearson, Win.
Petersen, John Anderson, Walde
iiiar Heck und the Misses Anderson,
TlIK III.KALD joins with the com
pany in extending congratulations
to the newly wedded pair.
Shall we Play BallT
Our exchanges from the larger
towns throughout the slate arc,
wiihout cx.eption, commenting
favorably upon the proposed plan
of organizing a stato base ball
league. In relation to the matter
an exchange has the following:
"With a $Ci) a month salary
limit, plenty of good players can be
had. Three months of ball playing
during the year will be suflicient,
commencing June 1 and ending
September 1. Towns like Fremont,
Grand Island, Kearney and Hast
ings in the west end, and Platts
mouth, Nebraska City and lieatrice
in the east eud, it is thought, can
easily pull through the season
without loss an I possibly make
ron:e money. It will be in order to
Cull a state leajue meeting during
the holidays, and let every base
ball enthusiast of the different
towns attend and air themselves on
In the event that I'luttsmoutli
bane ball enthusiasts should con
clude to join the proposed league
there is little doubt that "our team
could cope successfully with the
most expert. TlIK IlKkAI.I would
like to sec the matter looked after
by our local sorts.
A number of our readere called
to-day and procured extra copies of
The Wkkklv Hekald, which they
desire to scud east to friends, being
persuaded, to doso presumably, that
they may gaze upon the re preset)
t.ition ofour new courthouse. This
course shows a a mark of enter
prise and concern, that is worthy
of commendation. We have a few
eilia copies yet on hand.
The Lincoln Journal has the fol
lowing to say of Charles Mayer, of
the linn of Muyer Hros. of this city:
"Charley Mayer, of (he firm of
Mayer ISros., knows a good thing
when he sees it. It is only two or
three weeks since be saw it at the
home of his elder brother, Simon I).,
in the form of 11 bouncing baby
boy. Yesterday afternoon Charley
came down town In great glee. He
had achieved the acme of human
ambition. At noon a baby boy just
about an bouncing as any of them
had put lu an appearance at his
home and life had new joys for
him. At last accounts health and
happiness reigned supreme at the
LOCAL ON LAStTaGE.
11 Stiiii)lq()i foi'
" -t r . 1 . tit o a
While we npprccl
te the l-rge amornt of (rt'de we
still desi-e to ricri'ac our
T CASH T?,ADE
a"d have coirjileied arrancme i: in
lilies, nt lirt ln'iiclf,
R: GflRiS SOLID f'lili.L
nt such j) '( -s i'mt we prapofc o give ;iiem :o om- mrny ( i'.h'o i-er-t be
Lt'v.ti'f t'.iat v e shall b'crf"fe ounrade, as o. r cm tomers rpp-ei iaie ilie
i.'ci iiia. w ate p'-nt'ing uie money
- s ny reiitru-ug 11 10 111 ,ri, ueneviii;;
el. ;.!eir I -ie. and liier -by i.uveaHt; our tiMd :. '
KVKKV Cash pi-rcliase to the auiornt if.t."i ntiilei !ie pi'rcli.-prr to
eiliier a Roger's Solid :iil ,cr Meiai Hi iler Dili eor feugcr Shell sold
by Jewel- r - at 1.00.
KV'Ki; V t'li ii in vcliai-e (o t ': ninoiiiil of ! " en title the pm c'::n-r to a
set (i of Roger's Solid Nickel Tea S)oons, sold by Jewe' ' at 5-2.0()
r, Kf."i' C rli pnirli.-'se .0 lie ainoiint of iri'f eniiiles the pri chr !' to a
se' (ll) of Ro'; '. 's solid AicUel Dee.:':' 'I Spoon.s, sold by Jowohva at
KVKKY C-" h ici-'ha'Ci- :o the aiiioi"-t of fill) eniit'es the pi lviiai-er to a
set (ii)cf l.'oneis' Solid Mciiel Table kpoons or a set o." ;o! 'd Xlckcl
lo k-,ora ,.t ot Tipple plaied Kui-e:-i, sold by Jewel rs at ij 1.00.
KL'K in Wiiat thcmanufacti'ie savs m re-rard to Solid Silver Met
al goods and Solil Xic!,e! Silverware: "Tbe;e h;u been a grow
ing dein. id for year8 fo- a ;n ie of S:ioons and I'orl.s o ta;e
the place of '-'(did silver ar.d plate ware. We h:-ve expt nenttd
for some li re io a ain ilii end, a ni are now able to olfer the public our
Roge s' Meial : ..id Rogers' So1 id . k"l Silver. We guarani ;c Ill's metal
stiperio- io cy Nic' cl Silver nu,!Mif;'ci;M-ed and have th.. dealest confi
dence in assiiriii'; our custodiers thai this ware is itib rioi' to s-i v'ce on
ly to solid silver. It i a beautiful v.hil color, is hi'.hly pol'slind fid
ca.i hardly be distinguished from pr.re sil . er. We recomend this ware
especially ior hotels, restaurants f ad boarding houses, as it w " H.tikI
more hard usa 'e ihan any other metal; is very tough and hard; will bold
ils color kihI will oiilwear a. ly plaievare ev-r mauufacii re .'' . U nr
customers know Rogers' ware by reputation. Tiiis !;rm have nian:!fa
luied pb'ted v are since I Si in, ami tliiir ii;.me is never put on good.- aiat
11 e not of a high gnu'e, so our customer ca,i rest assured (iiai ibry uie
geitino, some very desi-able goods when I hey iret goods nude,-iheir
brand. Come im early and secure a share of tlie-'C goods before it is too
Wc Ci;ii';iqco otii Prices o bo lc ItoQes qqti
h(Vio Goiqjocl iioi.
A BIG S10CK OF HOLIDAY GOOD
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Repairing of FINE WATCHES a Specially
v and all Work Wurranted.
33. A. M'ELWAIK,
THE LtAUINO JSWfeLE K,
415 Main Street,
A New Harneihop.
Among the new establishments
in the city wc would mention the
harness shop on Sixth street. P.
Sauter, an efficient manipulator of
the awl, has opened a shop
in the room formerly occupied
by O. P. Monroe and is now stock
ing up with hand made harness,
etc. Mr. Monroe has sought and
found a more commodious and
convenient room in the one recent
ly vacated by Jas. Muir and has
added to his slock of confectionery,
fruits, breatl, etc., a small line of
toys for the holiday trade.
LtWT Between the Hank of Cass
County and Citizens' bank, three
ten-dollar bills. Finder please
leave at this office and receive
Laet Daye of Pompeii.
A large audience was at English's
opera house to witness the initial
presentation of John Palmer's clas
sic production, "Last Days of Pom
pcii." The play is the medium of a
splendid display of the spectacular,
and the scenic effects employed are
in evvry respect worthy of the
effort. Tuc ensemble ia irood and
the utmost -arc is taken to bring
out those positions capable of the
best artistic results. The story is
kept closu to that of the famous
novel and the action is forcibly
maintained. The spectacle will be
repeited this and to-morrow eve
tiingt. Indianapolis (Ind.) Journal.
At Waterman opera house Mon
day eveniug, December 1-1.
Gqsl'j (pkiilo o
iravoNl v. iili. we
which w.' have secii
of ; lie celebrated
Slb-f'K PLTEW Ak' '
ve c-t ii tie ior euvcri i.surv nurpos
cd la ';;(' qnan- X
ftii-J and V
,ncy will cppiociaie tiie
Headquarter for Fiverything in theline
DIAMONDS, FANCY AND LikONZB
OPTICAL GOODS, OPERA GLASSES,
SOLID GOLD JEWELK7
OUR CLUBING LIST.
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The laws of health are taught in.
tin- i-cliools; but not in a way to be
ol much practical benefit and turf
never illustrated by livingcxnuiplca-i
which in many cases might easily
be done. If some scholars, who
had just contracted a cold, wan.
brouglit eforc the school, so that
alt could bear the dry, loud rough-,
ami know its significance; see the
thin white coating on the tongue
and latter, as the rold developed,
see 1 lie profuse watery expectora
tion and thin watery discharge
fioiw the nose, not one of. theiu
would ever forget what the- first
symptoms of a cold were. The -sclioliir
should then be givuo .
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy free
l.v, Hun all might sec that even a
seveie cold rould be cored in one
or two days, oral least greatly miii.
gated, when properly 1 rented as
soon as the lirsl symptoms appear
fhis remedy is famous lor ji's
cures ot cough, colds and croup,
ll is made especcinlly for these
disease and is the most prompt and
iik'-i lenaoie medicine knonu lur
the purpose. 50 cent bottle for kHc
by F. G. Fricke A Co., druggists,
Good Evening! Have you used
Ah! there is no need of my snyinir
any thing further, I am ure you
will hereaiter use nothing but the
. iiiiiiiiis Diiinn 01 noses lor
complexion. Yours with
Floka A. Jon En,
I .S. Call this eve please at ). jr..
Snyder and leain the particulars.
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