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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1891)
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, FIFTH YEAH.
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A cream of tartn r linking powder
Highest of nil in leavening strength
Latent U. S. Government food report
V TIME TABLE. J
OF DAILY PASME.NiiEK TRAINS
is in Onioa to-
Vn.t . amkip m
No. 4 10 Jll H .
No. 7)44 p. m
No. 10 d4At.ni
No. I o ;I4 a. n
Vol i M a. Dl.
No. J, ,..6 :! p. m
No, 9 -.nl a. tn
no. T ''is, m.
No. ,. .. ... tts p,m.
No. 11 h :0 p. m.
o.lli 11 xti a. in.
illiMUCHl PA WW HAILWAY
No. SM Accomodation l-eiiTea.,
j(o. fc1 arme..
Train dull except uudi.y
. 4 .00 p. m.
A. N. BCLLIVAN.
Attorney at-l.aw.. Wl" KIT prompt atreiitlna
In all tuliie rntrut1 to tilin. onioa ID
Vcloa block, Kat Hide, Flatunioiitb, eb.
' ! HAVE RECEIVED
TlirlrFall trw. fmiey rllilwii". t'" nd l ai 111
kitx 4 lol ill iim ladilmi rune nM
In ttw aid r I. Ihi-jr hva lull
ike nl t.iiiy h"od-and In or
der Ti dine !! "I'fll out h re.
flnced llielr i raw :ill"f rttit" to 40 and to
76 Cf U trimmed,
MISS SCHUYLER, TKIMMKR.
V! .ANU.tVI'KWHITINO COLLEGE
. I Plattsmoulh, tfcbraHka.
There are thoniiniNiity"iii K ladli-i. ein,
Ctrl Mhi'iil Irnrlifni rlfik. no im i f '"'
lilll Fn rinipmc vw i.ii'".7 '
hy .ii.(.l. iliig a twir" In ahorl han't atirt
by (inlnlil' gtu.y faiifain liom (0 lo ia H-r
riiu'loiiii Kill rallied locnmin'ti nl ntucldi
ItluiilKuai W tVi C!l!CI.
n,Y AND LVKMNG SKSSIDNS.
Hmiini uTirMiiji-rt Kline.
' 001.11 A30 IMMtCKI.AIN CI'.OWNH
Br'nl!j work ami fine H"'1' '"f1'
1H TriM4l'H I.OCAI. M fll M Othff
ttl)Pti''Kli"0 li'f Hi' iiliilMUrai"limi ul
a A. MAHSUALIi. Fittfirall H"
MAM CAI'TI'llK (IK AKII
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1IRALKK III HI
riiofCKsr itiv'.WDs oi ck;aks
rui.i. i.i.i or
TOBACCO ANP SMOKF.n 8 ARTtCt FS
J. M. WoodHon
I'lnllHinoiitu houvenier upoomh
Carruth A Son's. 3t
Santa ChitiHe, chriHtmas nnd
Ceo, Yrann. tf
Pure Inickwlieiit flour for nale at
HclHel'H mill. tf
For a nice Hat or Cap go to JOK,
the One 1 'rice Clothier. tf
Mr, and Mrs. II. C. Hackney de
parted for Omaha this morning.
For fine Imotn and ahoen (fo to
OHeph Fetwr. Main Htn-i:t, betwei-n
'"ourth and Fifth Htrects. tf
I warrant every piece of poo'l" I
sell and will Bell at bedrock prices
forlhe next thirty days.
II. A. McKlwain, Jeweler,
415 Main street.
Ili-fore yon buy any Men's, Hoys'
or Children's Clothing look through
J UK'S line. He will save you
Tom Parmide returned this morn-
ing from Ann Arbor to spend the
We will give genuine bargains in
gold watches and jewelry.
H. A. PIchLWAIN. jeweler,
413 Main street. t
The larirest and best line of
iloves at wonderfully low prices at
For abstracts of title nt reason
able rates, go to J. M. Leyda, Union
I. D. Pine came in from Ashland
last evening for a brief visit with
relatives in this city.
Children's fine shoes nt Schild-
Did vou see TOK'S magnificent
line of suspenders!" n
Miss I.eota Harris anticipates
leaving for St. Louis this evening.
For gents Christmas slippers go
ot Joseph FeUer. tf
FineHt line of men's shoes in the
citv at Schildknecht's. 3
Mr. and Mrs. Sain Atwood re
turned this morning from Chicago
where they have been visiting.
Why will you cough when Shi-
loh's cure will give immediate re
lief. Price 10 rtH.. SO cts. and $1
For sale by F. G. Frickc A Cc
WANTKI A girl to help with the
housework and sleep at home.
0 MKH. J. 7. V ISK.
For a nice X-mas present go to
!OK. the popular clothier and look
at his fine line of Mulllers and Huts.
Tom Chapman depnrted this
morning for Iad City where I t
will visit relatives during the holi
Geo. Vass and the court bonne
Sleepness niuht made miserable
by that terrible cimgh Shilohs rem
edy is the cure for you, by F. G
l-i- a k if (j ...I ... 1
rriia. aim w ii .-mj m-i. -
If vou want ladies' felt shoes, they
are fl.00 per pair at Schildknecht's.
Mies Hattie Chapman returned
this morning from Fairfield where
she has been attending Pnrson'S
Call on the Tucker Sinters in the
Sherwood block for biiruaiiis in
Winter Hals. If
WAN i Ki -Active young man to
ii i h iiii ire brunch office. Must furn
inli pikiiI referenren nnd fl.Vl rush
capital. Salary, fJ.TO per year, and
interest in business. Address 4'.it
Katnge Muil ling, Omaha, Neb. 3
Kngine No. H, which was badly
daiiianril Sit the Seward wreck h
few weeks since, has undergone a
complete overhauling nnd is now
as good as new. It was sent out for
service this morning.
J)o vou want to know what would
make your f.tthi r, mother, brother,
s,Hter and sweetheart happy? It is
a nice pair of shoes or slippers for
Christmas present. .A. noecK
A Co. have just received an elegant
line that they oiler at VEkV UiW
prices for thirty days only. tt
THE 1EETSUGAR CONVENTION.
A Lara Attendance aad an Enlhuai-
In response to the call for a beet
sugar convention by the Lincoln
board of trade, about 40 represent
ative Nebraskans assembled in the
representative hall of the state Cap
itol yesterday. Hun. K. II. Oakley,
president of the Lincoln board of
trade, called the meeting to order at
2:4.1 p. m. Gov. Thayer was called
upon and responded in one cf the
best speeches of his life. The
governor expressed a deep interest
in uuy move having for its object
the betterment of the state audf u
eoumged the beet sugBr industry.
Pending the uppointinent of com
mittees, Col. Sam Cox of Lincoln
made a stirring address favoring
The temporary organization was
made permanent by the election
of ex-Lieutenant Governor Meikle
iolin us president and Messrs.
N a mo n and Atkinson secretaries.
The following committees were
The committee on credentials is
composed of D. II. Wheeler -M
Douglas, R. It. Oakley of Lancaster,
S. C. Smith of Cure. I. J. Lease of
Chndron, S. P. Mobley of Hall, L. V.
Haiskell of Polk. G. M. Lee of
Furnas, Robert Furnas of Nemaha
Urad Slaughter o Nance.
Resolutions Kx Governor Fur
nas, Thumiiiell of Hall, Judge C. ti
Scott of Douglas, J. H. McClay of
Lancaster, J. S. Hoagland of Lin
coin, C. II. Deitrich of Adams, C. W
Heck of Red Willow,
Permanent Organisation C. A
AtkiiiHon of Lincoln, C. Iv. Adams of
Superior, Smith of Deatrice, W. II
Tanuingof Crawford, James White
head of Hroken How.
The program prepared by the
Lincoln board of trade, as follows,
was carried out:
ttelcome-Iloo R. H.Oakley, Lincoln.
Formal Welcome UoTtriior Thayer.
Appointment of committee.
Opening Aciilren-B. U. Cox, Lincoln.
Report ot committee and election
Adilreii, "Profit! In KaMng Beet
8'i-'r."-H. (i. Uafltt. Orand Inland.
'ieneml dlncuMlou ol the umi lubject.
AldrM. "How to Kate Beet auii How
CtllUe Them (or stork Pond a Well a lor
Su(r."-IIon. K. W. Furnas.
Addreat, "The Adntaie of Coiiniy
Or anliatlun f 'r Kn-ouri;lii th KuUIiik
Lo. t."-ll..n. ;. I). VVIllUinii, CulliniUiuu.
Adilrein, "IrilKated Beet (or KuKar."-W
Plattamouih May Have a Chanoa
A IlEKALl reporter met Pres
Croan of Shenandoah on No. 5 this
morning, enroute for Lincoln.
During the brief stop we con
versed with him relative to
his intentions for the future.
He informed us that he proposed
n ultm nwnV
to establish a normal school in
live progressive Nebraska town.
At present he has had several prop
ositions which he is con-idcnng.
Upon inquiry as to whether it
would be practicable for Plalts
nioiilli lo make a bid to eecure its
location, he informed us that he
would be very glad to have Plalts-
inouth enter the race, lie ex
pressed himself as favorably im
pressed with our little city and had
ttle doubt that a normal school
could be made a grand success at
In the event our cititen desire
to avail themselves of a golden op
portunty to make a progressive
move, it will he wen to consiuer
the matter proposed by Mr, Croan.
There is not the least doubt that a
normal college, such as he would
establish would be an honor to our
city and a credit to our state.
The benefits accruing in a finan
cial source cannot well be over
estimated, The school recent
ly destroved at Shenandoah has
had Htk average attendance the en
tire year of nearly eight hundred
students and assisted by the more
liberal support of larger and
wealthier town, the progressive and
energetic qualities of Pres Croan
OOuld not fail to largely increase
the attendance. These students
would spend thousands of dollars
annually with the merchants of our
We suggest that our board of
trade consider the matter at once.
R. Shiikoi(6v Gqsl Tjqdc to
While we appreciate the large amount of trade we are favored with, we
still desire to increse our
and have completed arrnngement in which we have secured large quail
tines, at first hands, of the celebrated
at such prices that we propose to give them to our many customers be
lieving that we shall increase our trade, as our customers appre ciate inc
fact that we are spending the money we set aside for advertising ,purpoi
es by returning it to them, believing they will appreciate the gili'8 and
tell their friends, and thereby increase our trade.
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of $fi entitles the PtirchaseA to
either a Koger's Solid Silver jletal Uutter nnileor sugar Mien so
by Jewelery at Ifl.(X).
J-.V LKY C i
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY.
ash purchase to the amount of $15 entitles the purchaser to
set (0) of Roger's Solid Nickel Tea SpootiB, sold by Jewelers atfJ.Oj
KVKRY Cash purchase to the amount of fi") entitles the purchaser to a
set (tlj of Roger's solid Nickel Dessert Spoons, sold, by Jewelers at
EVERY Cash purchaser to the amount of $30 entitles the purchaser to a
set (it) of Rogers' Solid Nickel Table spools or a wit of Solid Nickel
Forks, or a set ot Tripple plated Knives, sold by Jewelers at $4.W).
ERIC is what the manufacturer says in regard to Solid Silver Met
al goods and Solid Nickel Silverware: "There has been a grow
ing demand for years for a grade of Spoons nnd Forks to take
bt'Ji the place of Solid silver and plate ware. We have experimented
for some time to attain this end, nnd 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 aNsuriug our customers that this ware is inferior to service on
ly to solid stiver. It ma beautiful white color, is highly polished and
can hardly be distinguished from pure silver. We recomeud 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 platcware ever manufactured." All our
customers know Rogers' ware by reputation. This firm have manufac
tured plated ware since IKK), aim their name is never put on goods that
are not of a high grade, so our customer can rest assured that they are
geuing some very (icsiraiuc goods wncn tney get goods under tneu
oranii. umic in early and secure a share ot these goods before it is too
The papers were well prepared,
many, however, drawing out spir
ited discussions with a wide divers
ity of opinion relative to the grow
ing of beets. The convention can
not fail to have the desired effect in
stimulating investigation in this
growing industry and enlightening
the people regarding it.
11. II. Wcinlrauhc, the
late of Wall street, but who for the
past few month has been the priii
cipnl Main street, merchant, i
D E NT I ST :
AND I'(.kt KI.AI.N I KO.B.
liiyn nii.1 Hiftln lor Ilia pilule"
tutrlioi' (! let-til
Fine Gold Work u Sprciully.
19 OI'ENINO I I
newest nnd brightest
Good Evening! Have you used -Ah!
there i no need of my Haying
any thing further, 1 "M sure you
will hereafter use nothing but (he
Famous HIiikIi of Roses for your
( lexioll. Yours with best
. 4;OWA A. JONErt, , , ,
m Ninth llend, Ill'l.
P.S. Call this eve please at O. II.
''Snyder and learn the pai ticulnrs.
Pltiib' Good, Toj. Delia. Horcltioi,
For the Holiday trade th.it lia.4 been
ii-u lu Iokd lor yearn.
NO OLD STOCK, ALL NEW
Which was bought early in the
season (rout some ol the
I.Akiii.sT Imtokiim; Iim si:
Which guarantees you (he pick ol
the market and nl prices
for which we
:7kc Lowest in I fie Country :
Hir I uMIp 14 ronllnllv liiTlted to Ii npt-rl our
f Mum HI i 'UIH'lIW I'm..--.
count of an nttark of la jrriripe.
C. W. Sherman, informs us, that
as n member of the committee on
permanent organization, He was
instrumental in recommending the
selection of Governor Thayer for
chairman. Doubtless the demo
crats of the stale will pardon Mr.
Sherman for deviating from the
democratic custom of consult
ing their prejudice in matters of
public concern regardless of duty.
Mr. Sherman, says the Governor
nude a good presiding officer nnd
reflected great credit upon the
The publisher of The IIf.hai.D
took the necessary steps to have
cuts made representing the Cass
county court house, and, presuni
ably, because this paper was the
Somathlno naw Which It Will pay to
Hereafter The Nebraska Journal
will publish a semi-week'.y instead
of a weekly, giving two papers each
week for the price ot one, Four
pages Tuesdays and eight pages
Friday. This will give readers the
latent telegraphic news and mar
kits while it is fresh. In" these
days of progrcswiveness the people
have outgrown the weekly paper,
except to supply local news. The
State Journal is at the head of the
procession as nlwnys. For those
who cannot afford a daily paper
The Semi-Weekly Journal will be
almost us good as a daily-104 pa
a I . - . 1. a a 1. . A
pvrs per year. Aiiiioiigui me cost
C. production nan ueiu in-.injr
doubled the price will remain the
same, $1 per year. This is less than
1 cent per copy. No other paper
offers so much reading matter for
fl.QA special correspondent will
furnish points of interest to N(
bra kans from the national capital
in addition to the regular tele
graphic reports from congress
which nre received over our own
wires. During the year of lWi;
. I ...... ui.m. 1.1 !.. u r. .tulir if Tin Semi
Wet kly Journal. Send lor a sample
copy'and see just what we give you
for your money,
Our great premium book, "Stan
lev's Adventures in the ilds of
Africa," and The Semi-Weekly
Journal, one year, will be sent for
$140. postpaid. The book Is hand
somely bound in cloth, .110 pages
profusely illustrated, nnd is sold by
We Ctiir-itntec on I'riccs o be ie IioQes qqd
I-.' .1. t..;.rr...trm.J
THAT I AM GIVING
UNHEARD OF BARGAINS
In the best grades of
WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY
CALL AND HK CONVINCED HE
FORK PURC II A S I N G. W ILL H K
PLEASED TO SHOW YOU THROUGH
MY STOCK, WHETHER YOU WISH
TO UUY OR NOT.
oB. A. M'ELWAIN
ti.o' t.-5,; 'Vy; -v
1 G main oil cot,
The "Sport McAllister" comedy
company, advertircd to play ut ine
dealer at about $l.!i0. H you will Waterman this evening, has been
send in your own subscription nnd
another new subscriber with we
will make you n present of the
book, mailing it to you postpaid.
Don't forget to send for a sample
Neiikahka Statu Journal,
C. W. Sherman, H. S. Ramsey, M.
H. Murphy, S. W, Dutton S. I
Thomas and W. K. Fox returned
last evening from the Missouri river
improvement convention at Kan-
first lo place it before the people, sas City. The delegates report an
the livening News at once spoke interesting seisioil nnd exprcsB the
disrespectfully of the appearance belief that the matter will be
the cut presented. We deemed pushed until menus will be secured
it unnecessary to notice the com- for the opening of a channel in the
nient. and now the Weeping Water iiiir Mudv. thus insuring better
Eaele bobs tip nnd advihi s that facilities lor commercial trafi
-l ... . . .
hereafter we see that a pair of The sympathies ol some ot the Pest
spectacles accompany the picture, nien our country affords have been
We are indeed mrry that, after enlisted in the work. In the event
having employed the best workmen I the task proposed is considered a
iivailable and ex pending several I feasible one by congress, steps for
dollars In procuring the cut, our
brethren are dissatisfied. We feel
grateful, however, for the honesty
exhibited in expressing their true
convictions in the matter
declared oil for the present, in
accordance with the following tele
gram: OMAHA, Dec. IS.
To I. P. Yopno:
Gaylor very sick. Doctor forbids
his playing. See letter.
H. jAkk-KTT, Mg'r.
D oWe Jal Weeplnj Watar.
Alfred Laughland, a crook wanted
at Omaha for fi rery was nrna cd
at Weeping Water Wednesday even
ing and locked up In jail, but after
remaining there about twenty mm
titcshe succeeded in breaking jail,
liv oil-king the lock. The fact of
J I r-
his escape was soon made known
and officers were soon in hot pur
suit. The culprit was soiut over
taken and if turned to jail. He will
be held awaiting instructions from
the Omaha police.
OUR CLUB1NG LIST,
Home Vnunlnr unit llinii.li
lo do III iU hihI 1 1 K H i I
Il.tiin-i' M in f. HI! Mill Mkh4I.ii
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Inn i -i. iii' i:, pui-r iim.I Hi-in i.o
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the Koiinn ami IIk.ii.m.ii ....
(iintie pi iiiui riil nnil Hkhalu
Inter Oikiiii and IIkkai.u
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.. i ir
.. t no
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can get the I" "t of l.inid-
bonis and eln.rs nt Joseph
n r, r-n in: it, rtup.
Ladies' felt shoes only $IW at the
Scliildknecht shoe store. 3
Miss Anna Dnkendoffer depnrted
this moiiiing for points in Wiscon-
son for an extended trip.
IX)CAL ON LAST PAGE.
Chas ICIdied Shelton, professor
of classics, nt the Western normal
college, of Shenandoah passed
through Plattsmouth on No. 5 this
morning for Itentrice, where he will
deliever un address this evening.
llrown A Harrctt lire closing out
their stock of scrap books, A mas
curds nnd vases ul actual cost.
Don't fail to see them. tf
The laws of health nre taught in
the schools; but not in n way to lie
ol much practical benefit and nre
never illustrated by Iivingexninples
which in many cases might easily
be done. If some scholars, who
had just contracted a cold, was
brought qefore the school, so that
ah could hear the dry, loud cough
nnd know its significance; see the
thin white coating on the tongue
nnd hitler, ns the cold developed,
see the profuse watery expectora
tion nnd thin watery discharge
from the nose, not one of them
would ever forget what the firgj
symptoms of a cold were. The
scholar should then be given
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy free
ly, Unit all might see (hat even a
severe cold could be cured in one
or two days, or nl least greatly inili
gated, when piopcrly treated a.4
Honii as ine iiimi symptouiH appear.
Thi.s remedy iH I. mums foi it's
curci of cough, colds and croup.
It is made et-peccially lor these
disease and is the most prompt and
most reliable medicine known for
the purpose, ft) cent bottle for sale
by F, G. Fricke A Co., druggists.
Hi- sure lo call and see the pricrn
on Ladies' and Gent's gold and
gold filled watches,
II. A. Melil.WAIN, Jeweler,
415 Main street. tf
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