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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1891)
PLATTSMOUTH, NKIUtASKA, FRIDAY, DKCKMIJEPJ 1 1891.
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Royal Baking 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 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,
"the Royal baking Powder io undoubt
edly the Purest and most reliable
baking powder offered to the public.
"HENRY A. M01T, Ph. D.'
Lot UniUd Staltt Govtrnmtnt Chtmitt
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Trillin dallr H(fW rummy.
tttnmrT t-ljiw. Will Klv proiiit !t.nlttiL
In til MvIiifm pritnilril In him. tuner in
Union blnck, .at nidn, I'lntMmititli, Nrti
R. A. SALSBURY
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Fine Gold Work n Specially.
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Brid'd wurk and fine gold work
DH. HT ft HATH LM'At. M crlf otlii-i m
r-ltirl lcKlvn lnriti .iiilHnrHri-'iin. "
C. A. MARSHALL Fiw-'i.i-'
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. TOBACCO AND SMOKE. 's ARTICLES
alwayu 111 ntork
He Hurrto cull nnd nee the price
i on I.Hilieit' find Geut'H gold nnd
: Jfold tilled wiilchi-H.
H. A. MclvLWAl.V, Jeweler,
: 15 Main trett. tf
Mrs. Tom Hicks is a Omaha vh
For (JftltH Christmas slipper gO
ot Joseph Fctzer. tf
Santa CliiiiHi', christmns and
Geo. VilHM. If
Pure buckwheat (lour for mile in
Heist-I's mill. tf
II. C. McMakcn wan n passenger
for Omaha this illuming.
For n nice Hnt or Cup go to JOE,
tin- One Price Clothier. tf
For line boot nil. I shoes to to
toscph Feler. Main stieel between
ourlh and Fifth HI reel . tf
Mrs. S. A. A (worn! left for Lincoln
hint evening for a visi( to friend.
You run iret (he4 bcs( of hand
mid shoe lit Joricph
I warrant every piece of pixidn I
B( !l will ell Ht liivlmrk pricen
fortlie next thirty iI.ivh.
II. A. McKLWAIN, Jeweler,
41.") M.I i il Htreet.
Mrn. Jjih Tine and daughter
Mamie departed for Omaha til i h
Are you male minerlle liy iudi
gi'Klioii, loimtipation, di..iiu-HM,
Io-k of uppelite, yellow nkinV Shi-
IoIi'm Vitali.er in n jioitivc cure.
For Kile by F. O. l-'ricke V Co.
Ilefore you buy any Mi-ii'h, Iloyn'
or Cliililri n'H Clothing look through
JOli'.S line. He will nave you
Mih. Harwell Surlock en me in
from York hint evening the gueMt of
Mm. Walt Ilolmex.
We will (jive genuine bargainn in
gold wiili'lit-a mid jt-ut-lry.
II. A. McFLWAIN, Jeweler,
-(1.1 Main Htm t. tf
The largi-Ht mid bent line of
(lows nt wonderfully low price lit
Mrn. ('. W. Hellei ille, of Knox-villi-.
Li., the (jiit-ft of the family
of (. W. Sh(-rmiiii.
For n ni. e X-iium prenent go to
' JOI.. .lie p . it 1 .i r clot iii-r and look
' nt In line lii.e of MuilleiH ai.il H it".
'I lie lust week fur thin clot-irfr
(ii, t nail! of jriiecri,rs, (lour. feed.
I 'liitiH hihI oj i--wiir'. Ki iiietulii r
vnii will Mvu iinniey Ii v tiikiiif;
inlvitiit,if." of fi tting what joti
w:int. Cntiii! in nml m tin.
OrutA lint kk (iKocritv.
1.4 oim-:m.c li'
One of the
Kur thu ll ill.liir 'rieti" thui lui bi-ca
I'fll In I. mu I .1 int.
10 OLD TCCK, ALL NEW
Which was bought r'li.rljvu the
hi-iihimi from miiiH' ni the
LAkdLMT iMI'Ok'TIM) HciUMl-H
Which giiarnuleeH you the pick of
the market liud at price
for which we
'.'The Lowest in the Country;
Tim public l r-.rft loll v lnvlli-4 ii.ii( t our
gi.i.a . il riiiiimic priK-a
B.r,F.m IIEK, r-rop.
Mrn. Lou Hoedeker donarted for
Omul n thia morning.
For abi-tractw of title nt rencon
able niti-H, go lo J. M. I.eyda, Union
We call Hpecial attention to the
fap.-incMc urticlea diHplayed in the
Old ClirioHity Shop.
Call on the Tucker SiHterH in th
Sherwood block for bargains in
Winter llalH. tf
LVi you want to know what woul
make your father, mother, brother,
HiMter and eweetheart ImppyV It is
ii nice pair of hIioch or KlippcrH for
n ChriHtmaH prenent. W. A. Hoeck
A: Co. have junt received an elegant
line that they olfcr at VKKY LOW
prices lor thirty uay only. tf
An entire change of programme
at the "Author'H Carnivul" at Rock
wood hall to-night. The aupper
will be nerved in Mr. Showalter'a
oflice, thus nvniding the rimh nt
the tables. I 'art of the chairs will
be removed from the- hall, thus
giving the people u better chance to
nee the booth h.
For the remainder of '01 "The
Fair" will olfer on the 5, 10 and Z"i
cent counters, articled worth twice
the (i 1 1 ii it ii t at-ked. tf.
Attend the miction nt Frank Car
ruth, jewelry Htore, every evening
at 7..KI. tf
We learn from the Nebraska
I'recs that Judge Chapman is clear
ing the docket lit a rapid rate mid
itidicalions are that he will tipcnd
Chri-.lin.iH at home. The tax payers
ot the county doubt lens are content
with xiich information, as li pro
longed term of court always rnf.iils
u big expense.
The I'Littsinoiith Turn Verein
will give a dance at their hall Sat
urday evening, lfCemler All
Iru-uds of lite members are invited.
I,n-t Thursday there was a double
n.-ciden :t the quarries of Van.
co. n t A Li iiii.--t cant of town. A
Srcde ii. inn-. I J. Swaiisoti was en
trusted wi;h the taxk of putting in
nnd lii iny a bliift. lie iiccom-J)li:-hi-d
b-.-l!i. l.-iit the wind did not
blow through his whiskers when
he got through. It happened
about this way. After the blast was
mad.; ready and the powder can
carefully l;i.id away (about two feet,)
applied tin: much to the fuse and
dropped it a moment later. The
wind carried it into the powder can
and away went his whiskers. One
of his coiiipiiniims seeingthe plight
he was in, rushed lo his aid, arriv
ing just in time for the explosion
from the blast to get in its work on
hint; fortunately no serious results
followYd, beyond the filling of his
eyes with 'lust and mall stone
linking soiiii." slight wounds on his
face. Poor Swiiuson was badly
burned, his face ami hands and one
leg being blackened and cooked Ir,
Ilungate was sent for, who fixed
bim tip as comfortable as possible,
later in the day he was sent to the
hospital in Omaha where he is nt
present. It is very evident that nil
the fools are not yet dead, or this
accidents would not have happened
after the repeated warnings ami no
cideiiti that the employee of these
quarries have had. Those people
who handle powder should certain
ly know thit n lighted match nnd
that substance cannot agree.
Why will you cough when Shi
loh'c cure will give immediate re
lief. Price 10 cts., !V ct. ud $1,
For ale by F. G. Fricke A Cc
Th.e ladies of the Presbyterian
church having in charge the
Authors' Carnival" entertainment
at Rockwood hull last evening
achieved" a measure of nut-cess
hardly nnticipiited by the most
sanguine of its uupporters.
The booths, representing respect
ively J.alla Kookh, Snow Cave,
Hanging Garden, Dickens' Party,
Maud Muller nnd Old Curiosity
Shop, were tastily and skilfully
decorated, reflecting great credit
upon those in charge. Care had
been exercised to represent a vari
ety of characjers, and with the
oddities for which Dickens' works
are noted, ably represented by Prof.
McClelland, as Mr. Cuttle, mid Miss
Ilyers, ns Miss Pcggotly, and the
mcckiu-PH mid innocence of girlish
life fully typified by lCdith Gering",
as Maud Muller, it was plainly evi
dent tnat the two extremes were
An excellent program, consisting
of music vocal und instrumental
tableaux, etc., was rcnclcrc-d, reflect;
ing credit upon the participants.
The tableau representing" -"yg-malian's
statue, Galatea, by
Miss Jlert Wise, and Fuck Frost's
Reception, by about a dozen young
ladies, are deserving Hpecial men
tion. The cornet solo of Mr. Ivigen
broadt was tully appreciated, as
the spontaneous encore tendered
him fully indicated.
After tin; rendition of the pro
gram, it was announced that re
freslmients would be served, to
which a great many responded.
The table decorations exhibited a
taste and geniuH rarely excelled
Everything passed off pleasantly,
there being nothing to mar the pro
ceedings in the least. The enter
tainment will be concluded this
evening, when an entirely new pro-
gram will be rendered.
"Police Fry filed Information
against Ilerrmuti Kleitch, charg
ing him with failure to close his
place of'buaincHH at 11 p. in. as re
quird by the city ordinance. He
plead guilty to the charge and de
posited $-") and costs in the till.
Jas Patrick was find $5 and cost
on a charge of drunkeiu-ss in de
fault of the payment of which he
was committed to jail.
This young man came to Plalts
mouth the fore part of this week
from Germantown for the purpose
of Hccuring work in the shops. He
had previously contracted the
habit of over indulgence in dis
tilled rye and h iving in his pos
eeshion a few dollars, went on a
protracted drunk from which he
has just rnllied.
To b Mnrriefi.
We have received thu intelligence
that Alex Sehlegi-I, of South Oma
ha, in t' be married to Miss Mamie
Ilafford, of AiiiHwnrth, Nebraska,
th:" ceremony to be performed at
the residents of the brides parents
at Ainsworth, Nebraska, Wednes
day, December Id. Mr. Selilegel
was formerly a compositor in Tit k
Hkmai.Ii oflice and during his resi
dence here he acquired many
friends each of whom will gladly
join with Tilt: III k.M.b in extendi ig
congratulationa. He is now hold
ing the responsible position of city
editor of the South Omaha Daily
Tribune. His parent still reside in
A New Mall Car
A new mail car finished in the
latest style was sent upon the
road for active nervice this morn
ing. In the construction of these
cars it is necessary to employ
skilled mechanics, and if the II. AM.
could be induced to still further
equip the car manufacturing de
partment thus bringing still a great
cr number of skilled and better paid
mechanics into our midst the busi
ness interests and the general wel
fare of our city would be material
A Card ofThank.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. S. Hurton
desire (o express their sincere ap
preciation of the kindness and sym
pathy extended to tlien. during the
lllnes and death of their darling
little baby by the many friends, and
whose consilience was a Hotiree of
consolation in (he hour of bereave
ment. Epworth I enyua Meeting.
The regular literary and business
meeting of the lCpworth League
will be held this evening at the res
idence of Miss Mary Davis, Sixth
and Granite Htreet. A full attend
ance is e irnestly desired.
Henry Ileniple, who ha been so
journing In Texan, for several week
has returned to Plattsmouth.
II Stinqlqoi foi Cqsl'i Ti'qdc o
While we appreciate the large amount of trade we lire favored with, we
still desire to increse our
nnd have completed arrangement in which we have Hccurcd large quan
tities, at first hands, of the celebrated
ROGERS SOLID bKhl
at such prices that we propose to give (hem to our many customers be
lieving that we shall increase our trade, as our customers appreciate the
i.ici inni we are spending me money
es by returning it to them, believing
ieii inrir ii lenus, nun iiiereoy increase
IvVFIRY Cash purchase to the amount of $5 entitles the purchaser to
either a Rogers Solid Silver Metal Hutter Dnifeor Sugar Shell sold
by Jewelery at f 1.0(1.
KVKKY Cash purchase to the amount of $13 eiitith'H the purchaser to a
set (II) of Roger's Solid Nickel Tea Spoons, sold by Jewelers at $2.00
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of -f '!." entitle the purchaser to a
set (U) ot Kogers solid Nickel Denscrt Spoons, sold by Jewelers at
EVERY Cash purchaser to the amount of $:) enti'.o the " -rchaser to a
set (0) of Rogers' Solid Nickel Table spoops or a net or viol id Nickel
Forks, or a set oi Tripple plated Knives, sold by Jewelers at $1.00.
EKU is what the manufacturer hhvh in regard to Solid Silver Met
r-rn ... . ....
in K. urn inni ociim rticnei silverware: "mere Una been a grow
ing demand for years for a grade of Spoons and Forks to take
the place of Solid silver nr. 1 phite ware. We have experimented
for some time to attain this end, and are now able to offer the public our
Rogers' Metal and Rogers' Solid Nickel Silver. We guarantee this metal
superior to any Nickel Silver manufactured and have the greatest confi
dence in assuring our customer (hat this ware is inferior to service on
ly to solid silver. It is a beautiful white color, is highly polished and
can hardly be distinguished from pure silver. We recomend this ware
especially lor hotels, restaurants and boarding houses, as it will stand
more hard usage than any other metal; is very tough and hard; will hold
its color and will outwear any plateware ever manufactured." All our
customers know Rogers' ware by reputation. This linn have manufac
tured plated ware since ISC), ami their mime is never put on goods that
are not of a high grade, ho our customer can rest ussured that they are
getting some very desirable goods when they (ret goods under their
brand. Come in early and secure a share of these goods before it is too
Wo PTtiqqntec otji Prices to be Jig honest 'tqd
Iqfite Conq petition.
A BIG S10GK OF HOLIDAY GtODi
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Repairing of FINE WATCHES a Specialty
and all Work Warranted.
33. A.- M'ELWAIF,
THE LEADING JEW fcLE I,
41 5 Main Street,
The Privnto Mcrotrjr.
Gillete's "Private Secretary" is In-
triiisietillv funny and might be
presented by very inferior talent
and yet be aiuusinir in itself; the
reference to inferior talent, how
ever, applies in no manner what
ever to the company that enacted
it at DcGhc's last night. Through
out the cast the roles were well sus
tained, and the play was given in
such a manner as to bring forth
from the audience the heartiest
testimonials of their appreciation
of the (rue merits of the company
The audience was more representa
tive of the culture of Atlanta than
Buy that has heretofore gathered at
the opera house this season
every seat iu the parquctte k id
dress circle was taken. In
the cast last night Mr. Win. Fair
banks in (he title role interpreted
(he character excellently and cre
ated much amusement fortheaudi
ence. Mr. II. lice Da vies, us the
eccentric Mr. Cattermole, was pnr
(icularly good, while Mr. Edwin
TrnverH, hh lit wild young nephew,
evinced (aleut of a very high order.
Mr. Harry Hrinsley, as Harry Mara
land, did well. Mr. E. J. Mack
played "Gibaon" cleverly. All Hie
female roles were well played; in
fact, all the support was good.
-Atlanta (Ga.) Herald.
You will miss a great comedy if
you fail to go to the opera house
next Saturday night
LOCAL ON LAST PAGI.
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ve set nsuie lor advertising purpon
they will appreciate the gills and
Headquarter for Everything in the line 41
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Ob'n CLUOlNcs LIST,
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The laws of health are taught irrs
the schools; but not in a way to be
of much practical benefit und arc
never ill llstrated by livingcxamplcg .
which in many cases might easily
he -done. If mine scholars, who .
had just contracted a cold, was
iiroughi qelore the school, so that
! ul" could hear the dry. loud cough.
, I mm Know ns sigiiilicanee; see the
nun while coaling on the tongue
and hitler, as the cold developed,
see the prolusc watery expectora
tion and Ihiu winery discharge
from the nose, not one of them ,
would ever forget what the first -symptoms
of a cold were. The
scholar should then be giveiw
Chiimberlnin'H Cough Remedy fre
iy i inni mi iiiim see mat even
severe cold could be cured
oriwo uays. or at least greatly miti.
gated, when properly treated ns
soon us the fu st h uiptoms appear.
This remedy is famous, for ii's
cure of cough, colds and croup.
It is made cspi-echiHy for these
disease mid is the most prompt and
....r-i i. i. .ii.ii- ni.-iiicine Known ,ir
the purpose. Till cent bottle for sale
by 1 G. Fricke & Co., druggists.
Good Evening! Have you used
Ah! there is no need of my Hiiyinir
tin ll.i,.,. r '
.V. iuuhci, i am sure you
will hereafter use nothiiiir hnt n,
i union iiiusn oi Kohcs for
complexion. Yours with
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Flora A. Jonim,
l c n u tNOUth nnd' ln
r.s. Call thi , eve please at O il
Snyder and learn the particulars.
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