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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1891)
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coU-rf'iitj " ;
, j . A cream of tartar bilking powder
'' lighest of nil in leaveninarBtrengtll
l.-atcat U.S. Government f'.""' r
A. N. SULLIVAN.
ittornrr I-Ijiw. Will tU Dromot ttintloii
lo all hiiniucM rntrtiti- to hlui. (Mice lo
Union block, f.Ht SIU. I'lnttmriutli, Nub.
KNIOIITH OK I'YTMIAH. I ; mmt'.ft U1ki
mi, 47. M''H every Wcdnc'iliiy cviilnn
kt their hill In furmcir A Crmx Muck, All vi
IUn knluhtn nra eoKllnlly Invited to Hitctid
C. C. Mualnta, C. 0. ; tl Dovcy, K. K. ri.
A o, n.
W. No. M Meet ocnnrt anil lourth
KrtitRT vct,liiit In the inimtli a . A It.
hall In Korkwmxl blork, K.J. Morau, M W,
F, V, hrowp, h order,
Meet Kt til i K.nl I'.
Alt'!AVAM-re Council Nn n,
. hail in tun rartneie n
Cralit block over lierne.lt ft Tutu, vhlrlnu
tirelliren luvlied. Henry Hi rolJ, Kcgeiit j
Tiioi WallliiK. Secretory.
CASH I.0IMIK, No. Ul. I. O. O. f. meeld e-Y-
rt Tiielr nivlil al llielr ball III Flliieraid
block. All Odd Fellimi are cordially linlt d
o attend nen vimiing in i:m city. J ury
S. U. H. W.tndje.rircrrtsry
U. MeeU flrt and third Krlda
ee.ilnii n eneh monlh at ) A B. Hal
In RiKkwook block. Krank Vertullyea, M, W.
i, U, Euenole, Hecordnr.
id Lloyd, of I
Murray, wai In
I tLe city to day
; Geo. MattiHon, of South Bend, in
' in the city to-dny.
! v Dr. E. L, SiirinD wn in South
Fred nrmth lind LtiHinrHHS in
j'rthe nietropol in to-dny.
1 Dinner will le nt-rved nt 5:3f) p. m
at the Hotel Kiley to-morrow,
IJr. 1. f. lintt and wile were
pnHHcntjera for Omaha thin morn
Oeneral Slicriunn Siiire, of the II,
k M. Shoim, is on the fick lint to,
II. X. Dovey U confnud to hin
room to-day on nccount of the
'hi '"VKJ Kon, I
- J rniovinte B I
the photographer, !
irief vinit from h'
lirolfier, YA Koon, who arrived lant
AlhrrtH I'j an, who f pent Christ
mas wilh tli- family of Si. I
Wheeler left thin mnrmnjj for hit
home in Xt'hriiikn C'iiy,
HokN-To Mr. and Mr. George
I'luhn, hint evening, a hoy.
Call on the Tmlter Siclern in tie
Sherwood Idoi-k for haraitM in
Winter Hat. tf
The Htreet I'ommiMioner had n
(jant of men iieani:i; Main atreet
Mien F.lrtie Moore will move her
titilliiu-ry alix k thin iV:t.k i::to the
e.int riMiui of rarmele A Kobertn
A. F. Groom, engineer at 1 tie
wuter woikfl, It wearing a muile
four inihei hitig, c a need by tin: ap-pearatu-e
of a loy at hin home on
North ?:th ntreet.
The Oxford danciag cluh will
jjivn a dimriiiir party to riikfht lit
Kockwood hull. A feature of the
dance will lie the ladiea taking
charge of the dance after 12 o'clock,
H it will then be leap year,
Thb IIkkald wua in error yentei
in 8tating that the commmHioiicru
had appropriated flHOfot the Kus
.i.iil relief fund, They were only
talking of donating it but have
If. j'tit w.'ondiided not to do mo.
Albert Sly) and Floren
) mri Now In tli t .1 1" of I
1 th Law. j
Thr leader of the 1 gang who
robbed the Adamnexpril s company
ut Gletidale on the Avenmg of
November ,V irt under nrreet; a
female accomplice in aluo in cunto-
tjy t!)C CHpiureoi tne remainder
of the gang H.cemn only a matter of
The leader of the gang ttiriiH out
to be Albert Sly, a noted convict
from the Miaaouri penitentiary.
The operation of IhiH gang com
menced hint October h the rob
bery of the Omrthn street enr barns;
they next appeared at KatiHan Ciiy
in the flame month: then came the
robbery of the Pacific exprem com
imnvonthe ?liHHoin I'aciuc near
Oinnha November 4, and the Amer
can KxprcHs robbery near Went
Union Junction, Win., November 12
In all of the"? robberi' Sly figured
an leader mid their engine ot war
fare wan dynamite.
After the robbery nt wentern I'n
ion Junction William A. Pinkerton
found out that Sly,, in 1HS:1, while
actintr tin driver lor the American
KxprcHH Company ut St. Joneph
Mo., defaulted with a package con
taininir fl.DOO. At that lime, ii.te
a long acarch, Sly wan apprehended
in California by the l'inkerloim.
lie wan returned to Minnouri and
aeutenced to aeven yearn in the
Minnouri penitentiary at Jeffcrnou
City. On coming out it wan learned
that Sly became nnnociated with a
gang of rough burglarn, who made
their hendquartern around Kannan
City and Omaha. On the theory
that Sly wan ponnibly concerned
in the robbery at Western Union
Junction tl e Pinkertionsquietly be-
gan an inventigation towards locat
ing Sly and succeeded in tracing
him to St Iyouia a few daya previ
ous to the Glendale robbery on the
Pinkerton' force and the force of
Chief of Police Harrigan of St.
Louis Boon joined hnndn, and aome
daya after the Glendale affair Chief
Harrigan received valuable infor
mation from a furniture dealer, who
furnished houneaon the iuntallment
plan, concerning a woman and four
men renting r houneonSwiin ave
nue in St. Iu.in, on the outnkirln of
the city. Thin furniture man had
fitted up ti'e hotincon Swan avenue
und the people occupying the name
had mynteriouHly dinappeared aft.T
the robbery, leaving the furniture
ami everything behind them Thin
Chief Harrigan invenlignted very
carefully, and it wan found that the
he tine had been occupied by a
blonde woman, httpponed to be the
wife or mintre nn of one of the four
men, I Key His.ippearfvj irn !"
houne three dayn after the Gleml ale
robbery. Their baggage wan traced
lo the depot ami the check uumhern
allowed ithat they wore all bound
Chief llarrigan'n meuMraeed lliein
to Omaha, where the party apbt up,
biking up different routes wel.
Chief llarrigan'n men managed lo
get accurate deacriptionn of th
flgitive and Sl'n idenl ty wan IKed
lu-voiid n oiieatioti, an nlao the ideti-
tily of the woman connected with
Hie iaiitr. Robert A. Pinkerlon at
thin time wan in California ami on
the eve of departure for the runt,
but remained and aaniated the San
Krimeinco nolice, who had been
Sly had, it wan naceriained, gone
liv wnv ot Uenver to ouuineiii
' - i. 1 ... 4,. I li ik I." IlnM f..a.
I 4 tienlleim-n would not uee "n!u!!!,.
paint or pow
It in clear nn
l II " it : ft n
J nl intern II ll vun H
i tier, of courae not.
) water, no aeilimeut to lilt Die poren
aftheakit. llnmiaaiou in to lirnl,
cleaiiae and purify the complexion
OI every "iiipei leeiion, nun uimirea
gentleman a clean,
i-xioii. bold oy U. II
. l M II IIP' fllKft lll
i", of every impel ft
1 every lady und
J Hiiiooth comjilei
C Snyder. Price '
ti it . ,m I
a mo r h . r 10-morrow,
. On u - omit ot to-morrow being
) 'New Yearn, TllK IlKKAI.n, aa ban
, tn-on the cuntom w ill n.it publinh.
j Take your family to the Kiley to
morrow for dinner at S;:) p. in.
California, t,iih this information
K. A. Pinkentoii went at once lo Suu
Diego and searched that place
thoroughly, then going to Los
Angelen, arriving there a week ago.
For several days he kept up a
search of the saloonn, gambling
honaea and placcnof thut kind with
Through a breakage on the rail
road there had been no mail deliv
ered for three day at Lon Angelen,
and on Sat unlay hint Mr. Pinkerton,
accompanied by Kohh Whitlaker of
the San Franeiaco detective force,
and nit officer of Iji Angelen, took
up a watch in the poatoffice and
express offices at that point. All
three were furnished with photo
graph und accurate deacrijitionn
of Sly. On the afternoon of Satur
day Mr. I'uikerion oliaervvd a man
in the poatoflice at Los Angclcei
who onawerc 1 the dencriplion of
Sly and resembled the old photo
graph which he had closely
Tapping him on the ahoulder an
stepping up and tal.ing hin hand
so that he could not attempt to use
a gun, an Sly in a iL-apcrate charac
ter, Mr. Pinkerton adflreaaed him
by the name of Sly.
Sly denied hin identity, und said
hin name wus A. S. Denton. That
(filled it in Mr. PinVei-lon's mind at
once, for SI) 's right name in Add
bert Denton Sly. He wan at once
taken into custody and searched.
In his possession wan found $2,fXX)
and a lot of personal property, and
on hin person was found the gold
watch taken from the pernon of
Meaaenger Miilrennan of the Adams
Express, after he had been injured
by the explosion ol dynamite at the
robbery November at Glendale,
Mo. Sly tried to throw the watch
away, but it was recovered by
The search of the house on Swan
avenue gave Chief Harrigan posi
tive evidence against the thieves, as
in the house was found parts of pa
per and other evidence taken from
the express car which had not been
The finding of the messenger's
watch in Sly'w pocket fixes the crime
onto him very strongly.
Abelbert D. Sly, who is better
know in the crook frateuity as Ilert
Sly, U a native of Wiac.onxin, wzx
born and raised near Oahkoah.
After committing the expreaa rob
bery in St. Joseph, for which he
was sent to the penitentiary in 1HH4,
his family moved to St. Joseph, Mo.,
where they now reside. Since his
release irom the iicnitc'itiary in
Miaatniri he has been twice in cm-
today in St. Joseph, onee for high
way robbery anil once for burglary,
nud he in nt tl e present time a fugi
tive from juaiice from SI. Joseph,
where his wife und three chitdern
now reside. His father nnd mother
now live at Independence, Mo. His
avowed ambition was to be n second
"Jessie James." The desperado ia
X year of age, five feet six nud a
half inches h'uh. weighs 1 10 pound-,
dark complcvou brown eyes and
black hai ', nnd generally wean a
dark mnn.a'iie. He has u scar
above the left eye nnd two false
front tipper tee.h. Aside liom his
da'iiignud his ul'.er dimega d l
t'u dis.'nci'on of tnenm mid tiiiim
Inn most tmlalile cnarucici i-m .c is
hia siiigu'acv abalenrous habits
HOI EL BIL.
fulluOTiny la tho Ksnu for. '
Ymr'i Dinner at the He 11
"yiterj Blue l'olnU ltnw
Uream of Oyster. Co i' cinnie (Jaenclles.
II keij Trout a la ltecliainel,
Ham Chainp;iK"e Sancv
Capon Celery Dreanlnir.
Prime I.oln of Beef hu .Iii.
Vouhk Turkey HiiiMed, t'ranborry Bunco
Chicken furred Morr!ii
Yoiiiik (iooa wlltl Apple Jelly,
(Jnall on Toast Water Cre.e.
Hiuldle of Venison Giiaic Sauce.
Bwi'dt Bieails au Beurre Nnlr.
jHi'k ItHlihlt, Muiltrimm Hiiiwi.
Mallard Puck Queen (Mlv I
ll'iHtoa ("ri'iiui Puff,
Slirluip a la Mayoiuihe, Frf -h Lobntii.'.
Strained I'olatuen. Mii'hed I'matoes.
Sweet Potatoes Browned
Imported KirlimU-is Iteaim. Marrowfat Vent,
Apple I'le. iliinie Made II lure Pie,
' Lemon Merliutue Pie.
Steamed KunllsU P.uin Pudding.
Iliiru n.mce. iiraniy Sauce
Vantlla Ice Cre m. Churluttn Itussa.
A iiifel Kood. Lady Kluxers
fruitcake. Plum Cuke. Layer Cake. Pint
Aborted NiU(i,l'uii(licn and Layer ltiiislns.
Apple', C.lluwlia Clapen.
Cream Clieene, Bent ater Crackarii
Tea. Coffee. Milk.
Van Ha iten'i Coaoa.
e favored ' . It, y.
. . x v
While we appreciate the large amount of trade we are
, still (leetre to tnerese our
Fred Gorder changed cars here
Jan. A nt ill, the ice cream man of
your town, was here Monthly.
Albert Keil returned from Thayer
cottny the 23 th inat. with a bride.
Solomon Long, of the vicinity of
Murray, wns in town a short time
John Kdmundn came down on the
stub from Murray Wednesday and
went to Nebraska City.
Clans Brekenfcld, of Plattsmotith,
came down Mondny and went to St.
and have coifi'pleted arrangement iti which we have aegured large qua'
tines, ut lirat iiatiuH, ot tne celebrated
nt such prices that we propose to give thettj t6 ou,r ribiny customers be- r
lieving that we snail increase ourtraue, as our custon e,B appreciate the
act that we are spending the money we set aside for advertising nurpnv
es-by rettirningit to them, believing they, will appreciate the giti'.in
tell tlieir Irienus, und thereby increase our trade. -; , '
o : ; .
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of 5 entitles, the purchaser" tv
either a Koger s hoiitj bilver Metal Ltutter Kniteor Sugar bhell sol f
by Jewelery ntSl.OM. , f
KVEWY Cash purchase to the amount of $15 entitles the purchaser to a
sia (ii) ol Koger s Solid Nickel Jeabpoons, sold by Jewelers at !n.I
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of $25 entitles the purcllaser to a ''
set ini ot Koger's solid -Nickel Dessert spoons, sold by Jewelers at .
EVERY Cash purchaser to the amount of $150 entitles the purchaser to a
act (i)ot Kogers holid Nickel table spoons or a set of bouu Nickel
Forks, or a Set ot Tripple plated Knives, sold by Jewelers at HI').
KRE is what the manufacturer saya in regard to Solid Silver Met
nl goods and Solid Nickel Silverware: "There has been a grow
ing demand for years for a grade of Spoons and Forks to take
i?X tne phice of Solid Bilver and plate 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 tiny Nickel Silver manufactured and have the erreatest confi
dence in assuring our cualomern that this ware is inferior to service on
ly to solid silver, it is a beautiful white color, is highly polished and
cun hardly be distinguished from pure silver. We ree.omend this ware
especially lor Hotels, restaurants and boarding bouses, as it will stand
more nard usage than any other metal; is very tough ami hard; will hold
its color and will outwear any Plateware ever manufactured." All our
customers know Rogers' ware by reputation. This firm have manufac
tured plated ware since lMbTi, and their name is never put on goods that
are not of a high grade, bo our customer enn rest assured that they are
veiling some very uesiraoie goous wnen tney get gooos utiuerinen
brand. Come in early and secure a Bhare of these gooda before it is to A
THAT I AM GIVING
Ixiuis. via Missouri Pacific.
Chas. m Wiley come down thefWc (qqtrfiqtec oqi Trices o be he Loes qqd
first of ths week, Taking advan
tage of the jrood(V) roads.
Goodman Oldham loaded a car of
stock nt MuiTny and accompany
them to Omahti via here Monday.
K. W. Sapp, of Murray, changed
cars here Saturday Mr. S. having
spent Christmas at Nebraska City.
Jan. Allison, from near Murray,
was down Monday, getting his
teams shod, Y. W. Wolfe doing the
S. ('. lialhaway is making a
rustler in the hotel. Time will
make him an excellent hotel drum
The last sad rites of Miss Icna
Taylor were held nt the Ilaptist
church Monthly, the interment took
place in Union cemetery at 2 p. m,
II. 1". Flemimr. the tonsorial artist,
has been bothered with that pre
vailing epidemic la grippe, for
some time but at present is convii'
Jas. M Malone brought several
h.-ad of mules and horses here
Monday, which were taken to
Weeping Water Tuesday. Jim is a
rustler and understands his biui-
In the best grades of
WATCHES CLOCKS JEWEL
CALL AND UK CONVINCED HK-
FORIC PURC II A S I X G. W ILL 11 E
PLEASED TO SHOW YOU THROUGH
MY STOCK, WHETHER YOU WISH
TO HUY OR NOT.
The Hotel Riley.
II. C. Hackney, of the Hotel Rilry,
h.is made arrangements for tin
elaborate dinner toiuoriow. All
those wishing n good dinner
should not fail to go to the Riley.
Dinner will be served at .V.'tD p. m.
The hilt of fare is printed in uiiotlu r
column. Read it over nnd then go
nud take your family.
M. W. A. Elaution.
Last evening Cass Camp No. 3X!
M. W. A., held a special meeting
and elected the following officers:
V. C.-P. C. Hansen.
W. A, P. Wertenberger.
llauker-J. F. Liake.
Clerk -S. C. Wilde.
Escort Geo. McCavigan.
-..yt'jitiJtfnHil - Geo. Twiasler.
s....irv ' vtvL. Thomas.
Managers W. L.
Do you want l.fkTiotf what would
make your fa. her, motlV-. brother,
Bister and sweeibenrt haVI'vf lt.m
a nice pair of shoen or si'ij'I"'rH 'r
a ChristiiiuH present. W. "oeck
Co. have iual received nn Vh'gnnt
line that thev otfrr ut vmK LOW
jtrlces for thirty days only. tf
A coniipuancc cf thirty days v1
lked in . ne e.,ae of Kd Wiley wliicjj
was granted by Judge Archer, an
the case will come up Jati: iy 3",
Cook nnd E
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The new born dramatic cotc.iany,
of Neliawka, composed of local tal
ent will present the drama "Among
t he Iheakers" in the school house
next Thursday evening Decem
Editor Hasom, of the Murray
Himner, the silver-tipped newspaper
of Cnni county pnasetl here Mondny
enrotile fr Avoca to look after the
Avocu Enterprise where Mr. II. Is
Col. Sherman Knee, manager of
the telephone exchange, at Hast
ings, passed here Sunday afternoon
The Col. still denied he is a married
mail. Wonder if he is? Plaits
Uncle IHeury Wolfe's farm resi
deuces was the scene of quite a
gathering Sunday. His sons and
families and his son-in law took
dinner and spent a happy tlay with
Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe.
Uncle Joshua Lymund wife gave
nn excellent dinner Christmas to
their invited triends and relatives.
There being over fifty present and
ninety per cent were relatives
which assures us it was a success.
DlEO Miss Lena Taylor, Sun
day, December 27, of conniimp
lion, deceased haB been one of the
moat nmiuble young ladies in this
city and leaves a host of friends
who are numbered only by her uc
uaintances. She was bright, lov-
ible nnd king; entering the bloom
nlX Atfe of twenty-two. Born of
j.hristiun parents and Miss Lena
) 4V: 7. ,r-'
415 Main Street,
always made home n blessing.
The family in their sail bereave
ment have the sympathy of our en
Notioe to Water Conaumer.
All rents will be due January 1.
Water consumers not wishing con
tinuance miiat give proper notice.
Ot I J.ATTSMOUTU WATEK CO.
Many old soldiers, who contracted
chronic diarrhoea while in the
service, have Bincc been permanent
ly cured of it by Chaimberlain'B
Colic, Cholera nnd diarrhoea Rem
edy, For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Lyman J.-fmes, cx-counly com
misaioner and one of the siaunch
republicans of Greenwood pre
cinct, is ill itie cmv to-day.
Lost Hetween Gold Btreet and
South Park and Eighth and Tenth
streets, Saturday morning, a cream
silk mulller with initial "A in the
corner, hinder will please leave Pt
this office or nt 71 South Tenth st.
Mrs. Hinkley, of Grafton, who has
been visiling with the family of
Win. Herold, left for home this
Epworth League Entertainment.
The Epworth League will give nn
entertainment at the residence, of
S. A. Davis, on Penrl street, New
Years night, January 1st. Ther
will be singing and recitations, nnd
grandma show her family album
Everybody is invited, the old cs
Pure buckwheat flour for sale at
Heiael's mill. t
For abstracts of title nt reason
able rates, go to J. M. Leyda, Union
bucklen's Arnica balvo.
Tus But Salve in the world for CnU
Bruimja, Sort, Ulcers, Salt Klieum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Clm)M-d Hands, Chilblains,
Corn, and all Skin Ernptionc, and posi
tively cures Pilea, or no pay required, .
It is (,'iiarnntevd to i;ivo iotti faction, or
money refunded. Price 2'j cent per box. .
For sale lj F. 0. Kricko
Miss Elsie Moore has had the
east room in the Purmele-Roberts
block nicely fitted up tnd will
have her millinery stock moved in
by the 1st of January. tf
We will sell lamps for net cost for
tltenext thirty days. M. 1J. Murnlir
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? Shiloh s Vit
Bluer is guaranteed to cure you. H
Chamberlain's Eyo and Ekla
A certain euro for Chronic Soro Eyoj
Totter, Bait Illionm, Scald Head, 01
Chroolo Boroj, Fovtr Soros, Ecscmft,
Itch, Prairio Scratches, Sore Nipples
ndTilo. ItUeDollnf; and soothlns.
Dundrodjiof cases have boon cured by
Vt after all othor treatment had failod,
Ills put op In S3 and 60 cent bcio.
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