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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1891)
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VJTIME TABLE. J
OF DAILY PASWKNtiKK TWAINS
No. 9 war..
Ml. 4 1" "
tin. 1i V. m
ho, 10 i a. "I
tii. U IO:He. II'
Ho. M 1:30 a. II'
Noi 3 m a. m.
No. j, :vn p in
Nil. '1 I"
o. t ' 'If a. m.
Nn. ,. .. ... e :-" P.m.
So. II W p. m.
o. in..... II 'A a. m.
No. !f Accomodation !..
Ko.itt - amv...
Tialiu dally ejeopt Pundny
....I0.M a. m,
.... 4 ,oo p. III.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney al-I.aw. Will kiti prnmpt
to all l'uln" fntni.li-J Ui Mux. ottlce lu
Uoloa block, Km I Hide, I'latutnoiith, Jrt.
Ihel Kail lra. fancy rltibun. Hi- and quill"
alio a ll ol nrw lantilun naie iiaia
To iraB( d They line a lull
hue f 'Kiir nnui- aim w
dertifci owl m ""I "
duced llmr ira " '' towand to
75 c"ta trimmed,
MISS SCIIUYLKK, TRIMMER.
There ara Ihoimandii of y""; "'fir
...i. L.i.7l,l.i,rlii.ni elwV.Hi! l.o. -kli.K
5'ul Tr.r.len mi a .al.ry HuHy i.ffllMl
lo .upi.ly lhHrrrry day w.n.i.
"hl'i'iiaMoin (tii.radtd to ronipot.-iit MihImiU
IciUi.ii. uJ lariruHHin, " f- -
DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS.
Kouiiia over Jlajeri Hiorn.
IforiiHrf Scribuer Suiulnyi-d at the
Siintn Clause, cliristinos Bnd
Geo. Vubh. "
Mrs. Frank U.irnbounc and Hon,
who have Won visiting in tlu cily,
n-tunicd t.y Viiirnioni lMt vemng.
Pure t)inwheHt flour for le in
IIciHi'l'a mill. '
For n nice lint or Cap po to JOE,
the One Trice Clothier. tf
C. C- r.'irmcle in in Cedar Creek
For fi in? boot nnd Bhoes go to
1ohciIi Fet.er, Main ctreet, between
Fourth and Filth ulreetn. tf
A. W. Cox and wife, of IlaotingH,
Hpent Sunday with Dr. Itrilt nnd
returned home thin rtiorning,
I warrant every piece of goodn I
Bell nnd will nell at bedrock prices
for the next thirty da H.
U. A. McElwain, Jeweler,
11.) i'lain hi reei.
Henry Eikenbnry departed for
Nebrnskn City hint evening.
Iti'fore you Imy any Men'n, Hoys'
or Children's Clothing look through
JOE'S line. He will save, you
money. ' tf
Judge Chapman nnd A. X. Sul
livnil departed for Nebraska City
last evening io attend court.
The largest and best line of
GloveH ut wonderfully low prices at
Ed Streight came in Saturday
night from Alliance.
Wr nl.ulriK-ln nf title at reason
able rates, go to J. M. U-yda, Union
Mrs. J, N. Wise and daughter,
Itertha, departed on the early train
Did you see JOE'S magnificent
line ot HUHpenuersr
For gents Christmas slippers go
Ol losepn reizer.
Rev. IJritt and wife departed for
Omaha this morning.
Whv will von cough when Shi-
loh'a cure will give immediate re
lief. I'riee 10 cts., !50 cts. and $1.
For eale by F. G. Fricke A Cc
WANTElv A girl to help with the
housework and sleep at home.
6 Mks. J. N. Wihe.
Hal Johnson came la from Lin
coln Sunday evening to upend
For a nice X-maa present go to
Tf-iL' ih r.,.mil:ir rlolliier and look
at h'i's fine line of Mufflers and Hats.
rJATTSM)UlT, NFI5UASKA, MONDAY, l)ECEMEIt 21. 1891.
I . . . . .. , . , I 'u- a MC. AH MOURNS.
dj'ai iEIl 8-1
; 0OI.I A!B l-OUCKI.AIN CROWNH
nriJo work and li" K'1(' w,,rl1
DB BTKIN Al'H L'rAl. 'H M lhi- "
allwlKamlTM f-r tl..- palulw rUWlion ol
a A. MAKSIl'ALL, - Fitzgerald P''
WHOLESALE HUB RETAIL
rnOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
FULL LINK Or
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS ARTICLES
always in etock
Geo. Vasa nnd the
The comity commissioner, Geo.
Vasa nnd the conn nouse ciocr.
Kate Stadelniuil departed last
ov. ninL' for Ainslev tor a visit 01
Call on the Tin ker Sisters in the
ci,,.rw,.,l tihii k for barirams in
Winter Hats. tf
Dial Smith nnd wife departed
I, ..v.-tiinir fr,r Heaver CilV to
spend the holidays.
i Wivtrn-Active vounir man to
..,,..,.,.r,. i,r:in-ii odii-e. liist turn
k- ; . .... ..
irood ret "'rem es ami ?i.ai i-nsn
pital. Salary, V pir year, niul
,..,..u In l,iiMim-HH. AllillTSS t'-H
l'.tttirt. 1 1 II i ll ! i tl If. Omaha. Neb. 'A
The following persons were Jan
s.'iiircra for Omaha this morning
Mes lames George Dodge, J. IUake,
Atwood, Agnew.John Tlghe, Iech,
Kate Oliver', L. Stiles, Cumpbell nnd
C. S. Johnson.
Hr.-.n-n Hwrrett are closing out
tm-ir V of scrap bonk. Atnas
f-i.r.t. nnil vases at actual cost
Don't fail to see them. tf
Do you want to know what would
make your father, mother, brother,
al,.r anil IWPf'l Iieiiri IlUl'UVf t
GX-ring A Co. have the largest and
fipLu slock of goods in the city,
making tio exceptions whatever, tf
A. H. Todd is another victim of la
grippe. He is a pretty big man
but avoirdupois ian't "in it" with
the grippe. '
GeringA Co for Christinas pres
A. C. Loder came in on the
Schuyler this morning. He is con
siderably indisposed by an aliacK
of la grippe.
A nice line of holiday goods at
He illicit Sc Tutt's. tf
The county comniifwioneis will
in.nmrrow in special session.
This will probnMy-bn the '1nt
meeting before the January term.,-
If you want to ere n night that
will male your eyes waier you
..n m.iI liinU nvi-r Hie liiMiil-
Willll HI ,....". --- -- -
some assorl nentol plush goocrf ut
Germg it" s.
H K. Hendricks, principal of
school at H' loit, la., is the guest of
Miss Denua Fisher, a former class-mate.
If you want a beautiful lamp for
a present to a friend, nnd want it
cheap, go to Bennett & Tutt's. tf
Mrs. M. A. Lockart and daughter,
MrH. IClla Manning, who have been
visiting at the home of II. C.
McMakcn,. departed Saturday eve
ning for Sierra Madre,Cal.
Go to the Fair for your Christ
mas presents. You can buy toys
of all kinds cheaper there than
anywhere else in the city. tf
l'rof. Musirraves has been indis
posed the past two day9 resulting
from a alight attack of la grippe
together with a painful itching
tooilie. He has not yet been in
capacitated from attending to his
school duties, however
Purchase your holiday goods of
Rev. A. Gallowny gave a very inte
resting black board exercise nt the
Christian church last evening. A
large and attentive congregation
Our informant Isaya
that Rev. Galloway in an interesting
and earnest speaker and Is rapidly
building up the church
v . .:ii ...film n minf.-ike if VOU
fail to call on Bennett & Tutt before
...l,....i.,r or.il IKillllslV L'OO'lM
1 lifivn a tATtri" I1I1TI1V UI Llll'll .
.....v. - i w - ...,.-.1.
nni i'. nuts. irtlllH. CXC. wlllLll
thou will mll rlicnn. tf
I'rnf. A. S. ROC. WhO W
Sanaior Pinn a. PJumb Suddenly
Senator Plumb died suddenly of
npoplcxy shortly before noon yes
terday. He had been slightly in
disposed for several weeks, though
it was apprehended that a little
rest would completely restore him
to his old time vigor. He was sub
ject to repeated attacks of a severe
headache, brought on by overwork.
His physician repeatedly admon
ished him to take more rest, to the
end that his life might be prolonged.
Senator Plumb had served four
teen yearn in the senate, nnd two
years ago was re-elected for a term
which would have expired in IH!l..
He was one of the bent known men
in congress. His tall, athl'-tie lorm,
his swinging western gait, his
breezy method of speaking and his
rugged independence and original
ity of thought and action made him
a notable man in the senate, and he
was a power on all ouestions to
which he gave his mind. He was
an omnivorous reader and an un
tiring worker. In the few days that
the present congress has been 111
session he had submitted more
than thirty bills of a more or les
miblic character, embracing almost
everything ol interest to his con
stituents, from free coinage of sil
ver upwards and down, while not
a ureat leader, he was considered
an able, sincere exponent of the
rights of his constituency. While
lie was thoroughly republican re
garding great national question",
he was preno to follow the dictates
of his own conscience, even though
it conflict with the views ol his
Governor Humphrey will appoint
a republican to fill the vacancy
during the preaent congress. A
new legislature will be chosen next
November 3, upon which will
devolve the election of a U. S.
!niTtnrli'ii ill Gorinir A Co's. tf
SILVERWAREG1VEN W '
K Stimqlqt01' f01' CqsiyCqdeftt)-.
While we appreciate the large ninount of 4Vade we are favored with, we
still desire to increso our
artist at imitating. The I. K.
guarantee that he can make a
rrf!iVIMi (maire laugh. You will
- " - n
miss a rare treat it you inn 10 see
dim with the "T. K.V'nt the opera
house December ?J. Keservcn
seals for sale at J. P. Youngs and
l.v Hut vounir ladieH 01 me a. r
society. Price, 5J cents; gallery,
a c nrisimas presi-ni. n,. nn.v coniinutu m
A Co. have just received an elegant dcfel,dent may be
line that they offer at VKkY IX)W . f h
prices for thirty day. only. tf ff ' J
In Knnlal Circlfla.
The commodious dwelling of A.
N. Sullivan was comfortably tilled
with Invited guests last Saturday
evening. ti participate in tne com
...,..,w.r-..ii,'.,i nf tiia fortv-fourth an
,i t :.i, niversarv.I The company consisted
PrOt. A. 3. KOe, WHO lll W nimi '1 ... .ui
the "T. K." quartette, is not only a of the Judge's immediate neighbors
me i. n. m ' . . . . i (rin.ulu i iirt iitl i ti ir He veral irom
vitv tileasing D an st, but is an " '
very picasmj, ,i... f it,,, v nttsmouth
bar. The fore part of the evening
wassoeedilv whiled away indulg
ing in a game of progressive liigh-
five. interspersed with conversation
rendered mirthful by the jokes for
u i, irli the lmst is tin v noted, ins
success was hampered in a measure
however, bv the presence of the
doleful, meloncholy M. B. Murphy.
At a seasouble hour, refreshments
evidently prepared with great care
i.,wt ctliiliitiiiir rare taste in tne
selection were served. While all
.1 . t ....!....
were seated aroiinu me irmm;
board, Judge Chaiman arose ami
in a few well chosen words pre
sented the host with nn elegant
gold headed cane as a memento of
the occasion, assuring him that
the presentation of this token of
esteem the guests inniiiiested oui
feebly the high regard in which he
is held by his neighbors ami
friends. The host responded in a
fitting manner, assuring the donors
that they would ever be held in
grateful remembrance, ine juuge
doubtless considered it the most
agreenble caning lie had ever re-
and have completed arrangement in which we have wecmed large quan
tities, at first hands; of the celebrated
at such prices that we propose to give them to out1 many customers be
lieving that we shall increase our trade, as our customers appreciate the ,
fact that we are spending the money we set aside for ad vert ising mirpoa
es by returning it to them, believing they will appreciate the jf'tt1 and
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ll.Jlllll.ll II ll nun, ... iv, ..... ivuj iiii-i .... -
EVERY Cashpurchase to the amount of $5 entitles the purchaser to
either a Roger's Solid Silver Metal Butter Knife or Sugar Shell sold
by Jewelery nt Sfl.lK).
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of $15 entitles the purchaser to a
set (ll) of Roger's Solid Nickel Tea Spoons, sold by Jewelers t?2.0
EVERY Cash purchase to th noiint of $'i" entitles the purchaser to a
set li) of Roger's solid Nickel Dessert Spoons, sold by Jewelers at
EVERY Cash purchaser to the amount of $.') entitles the pfirchaser to a
set (0)of Rogers' Solid Nickel Table spoons or a set of Soli I Nickel
Forks, or a set ol Tripple plated Knives, sold by Jewelers at $-1.00.
ERE is what the manufacturer says in regard to Solid Silver Met
al goods and Solid .MCKcl silverware: "mere nas oceii a j;1"""
ing demand for years for a grade of Spoons and Forks to take
.. r c. i. . - -i .1 - t..i lir,. I. nv....v:..i.4..1
h tne place oi noun silver ar.n piaii: wine. i c u.iit- c "-"im
for some time to a! ;!" end. and are now able to oiler the public our
Rogers' Metal and I.'o'-frs' S.iiU' Nick.-l Sdv-. We guarantee this metal
superior to any Nielic'l Sllvr in. ni'f; "ir.LMl and have the greatest confi
dence ill assuring OUT customer liiai l.i'S ware is unermr m nei vi'.c wii
iv it miliil silver, ll is a beaiiii.ul w'.iiie color, is highly polished and
can hardly be distinguished from pure silver. We recomend this ware
. ... . . . , . . . . i i : . i. . .... 1 1 a ..A
especially lor noieis, resiauraius aim inmiuiii iiuiincn, un h hi mo...
more hard usage than any other metal; is very tough and hard; will hold
its color nnd will outwear any plateware ever manufactured." All our
customers anow iogi-rn w;irc uy i i-miiuliuii. mm mui n . .ii.i.iu...
tured plated ware since lWia, and their name is never put on goods that
are not of a high grade, so our customer can rest assured that they are
getting some very desirable goods when they fct goods under theit
brand. Come in early and secure a share of these goods before it is too
We Ctiqiqqec ott Ibices o he c Lo"Vvcs qqd
Invito Con pel iioq.
r t. i"n am ti..:ii1ui:irters for
plush goods of every description, tl
Attention I.O, O. F.
There will be a special meeting
Tuesday evening December 22, ut
7 o'clock at Hall of No. 7, to arrange
f..r funeral, of Bro. Peter Mann
1 it n.t.l K.-llnwn in filed to uttetld.
J. 1 1 v
it .k.i ... ,r.,ni1 nt every uescnP'
iiiiiiii'ij - - :. .- . -. i
tiou can be found at Germg to. u
Au action was begun to-day in
which Samuel Crosby sues J. l
i?;. Wv nn two nroinissory notes,
........ . -
THAT I AM GIVING
UNHEARD OF BARGAINS
In the best grades of
WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY
CALL AND BE CONVINCED BE
FORE PURC II A S I N G. W 1 1. L B E
PLEASED TO SHOW YOU THROUGH
MY STOCK, WHETHER YOU WISH
TO BUY OR NOT.
oB. A. M'EUAIN
415 Main Stroot,
."V7-" "rl: i' J. r.r: i; -treating $U2.W. The case was
n .,f ,a.-- u.w W A Inock I 4i1 TWpmber 31. that
:r""ci" rpE faipi,
i ' 1 .;.. "..
is OPKNINO UP
One of the
Ft. A, SALSBUHY
newest and brightest
Plmh" Good. Tot a, Do!U, NoTeltiea.
ror the Holiday trade that he beta
ihii in town for yeare. Tr . , u captain 01 a aieam uoui, iu,i.n..s
KOWN3. eeen in town for year The largest and best line of plush l)ellween St. Ixiuia and Omaha. For
p...,!..... NO OLD STOCK, ALL NEW .tw0nUerlull7Jowpr.cea.tOer...g lhe pat five ycarB hc ,la8 been fail-
Ing In health, and during the one
D K-N T-I S-T
OLD A NO rGKCELAI.N CKOWN8.
1 .... .. ....
;'einwa an-uiie mr me
trUI.l Kin nf ttll.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty. which was bought early In the
ilotawood hum- ,iii-...Uu -.nn from some of the
... ...! I LAKlilillT I.1IWII.MJ iinuni.o
Good hvenlngl nave juu un-
. .niMni, I . . . ..... ..t
hi there is i:o neeo 01 uij 'hich guaranteca you mc pi-
iy thing further, 1 am 7"" the market and at prlcea
for wtiicn we
the costs of the euit.
roiifn a follows were called up
and iudment rendered In favor of
plaintiff, by default:
T.ot a r.rosenbncaer vs. w. v,
Hickman, $1.80; Lewi Grosenbacker
vs. Cal Walton Sr., $2,05; Lewis
Grosenbacker vs. W. W. Dunson,
ci tn. Ij-wis Grosenbacker vs.
MuHiin. SlAl: Lewis GrosetiDiiciier
T:iV Grassman. 1,10; I-wis
luirkcr vii. Kd Hubble, f'2.75,
prepared tO nr wan rninvnblv BDCnt
ettariT f . i 11 ..1 : ..ma. A it i rtMl
tiJ eu V li
ducted at the icnidcncc, at 2 p. m.
Wednesdny, under the auspices of
No. HO I.O. O. F. lodge of this
city. The funeral aervicca will be
conducted by Dr.'Britt, of the First
M. E. church.
throughout, reflecting credit upon
iIia liosoitalltvof the host and hia
Mr. Peter Mann died at hla home
on the corner of Vine and Elgdith
almoin, nt 10 a. m. to-day. Fir. nann
oran horn In Bedford. Pennsylvania
and emigrated to Nebraska nearly
w...,v.nnn veara airo. He has re-
aided in thi city continuously
aince. lie was formerly a ship
builder and for several yeara was
captain of a steam boat, running
11 hereafter use nothing but Uie
... ui.,1, ( Wi.ara for vour
'.,.iiiin A.iuni. v. - - - -
...... I. l,.,i Vnura Willi best
. . ft 1 .1 u
South Bend, lnd.
lonae at O. H.
rnilnud Until Wadnaeday
The case city of Plattsmouth ts,
Win. Weber, set for to-day at 1 p. tn,
has been continued 'til Wednesday
I at 3 p. m. by request of plaintiff-
CitT Attorney Polk ia slightly In.
disposed and makes the request
log In health, and during the one
and one-half yeara prior to ins
iifath he has been an inveterate
offerer from the effects of a cancer
of the face, which finally reaultcd
in hia r1pnth. He vat a man 01
irreat firmness of character, of
singular Industry, and of honeat
Snyder and b-arn the particuinra
-.. ,rt the tiest of hand-
"a a,vi e
made boots and shoes at joseyn Br, BSCHKR.riop.
1 uiiTiwei.-v a I M 1 II 1' 11 1 11 1 iiiuunu J
I iKai ho iiiuv he in full trim to ITliard I .. ... .. lif. II nnnHessed
:Jhe Lowest in the Country . the interesta of the city Uie rcBpect of all who knew him and
The Fair has the largest assort
nf iiai.fnl fhriatmus nret'ints
in the city, and for quality nnd three Hons aad two daughters to
forcheapness they cannot be beat, tf denarture.
Hcnnctt Tutt have sweet cider, tf The funeral services will be con-
TUe Btilillc le cordially liiflled tolmpect our
' .....(. . .. rl Mum.,. lirlttM
atiove all was devoted christinn
Besides a wife he leaves a family ef
Wui. Threlkeld, of Lincoln, spent
Sunday with fi lends in the city.
ri. mi fn!1 4ral1 ontl lnnlr at Gor
ing A Co's elegant line of dressing
Henry- Baumnn. a prominent bar
ber, of Omaha, Sundayed in Platts
Mrs. B. N. Loverin Sundayed In
the city and returned to Pacific
Junction this morning.
r.nrlnir K fft rinvo th rmoat And
lnrgest line of plush goods in the
Conductor Lvman has recovrcd
from his Illness sufficiently to re
sume his duties ns conductor on
the paper train.
He sure to call and see the nrices
nn I ndies' and Gent's irold and
cold filled watches.
" ... .. t-. ....
xi. i. ncritw ai, jeweier,
419 Main street tf
W. E. Copcland who has been
etnpUycd in the shops for several
mouth departed last evening for
Lincoln where he begins work for
the B. 4 M. road.
For the'handsomest plush dress
I ing case call of Gering & Co. tf
nun rl-iTRiNn LIST.
i,im Mkvalneand IllRALD it S
I oli-ilo lll.uU aud llRHil li 2 4!
llnriirr'11 Miuriiz n and IIkhai.D 4 Al
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liniiri s tij,.HI Kim ll R. .1.1....... ........ v m
llnrHT' Weekly and iikkai.d 4 81
lna state lteUier nnd IIkkald I n
Wmteni Knri.1 Mini IlKIlAl.ll S W
The Kgruin and I1hhai.ii I Ae
(llobe Detimcrat and liKHAI.b lie
Inter Ocean aud Hkhai.s i -
The laws of health are taught id
tin. nrrtniMii1 n it nm in a uau in i.a
of much practical benefit and are
never illustrated by livingexamples
which in many cases might easily
i... .i 1 1 U..,A Bni,i,..a t.
U..1IC. Jl r,iiic ntiiumiH! Willi
had just contracted a cold, was
brought qefore the school, so that
an cotuu near me ury, iouu cougn
nnd know its significance; see the
thin white coating on the tongue
aud Intter, ns 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 all might sec that even a
severe cold could be cured in one
or two days, or at lenftt grently miti
gated, when properly treated as
soon as the first symptoms appear.
This remedy is famous for it's
cures of cough, colds pr.d croup.
It is made especcially for these
disease nnd is the most prompt and
muni uriinuic nicuiuiuu iiiown im
the purpose. fiO cent bottle for sale
by K G. Fricke A
Kricke & Co., druggists.
We will give genuine bargains iu
gold watches nnd jewelry.
li. A. McEuvain, Jeweler,
415 Maiu street. tf
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