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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JANUAltY 2, 1892.
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A cream f tartar baking powder
Highest of nil in leavening strength
Latest U. S. Government food re
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will jrlvv prompt attention
to all MiFlnrxfl entru.tfil t IiImi. OMce Id
Union block. Katji(le. PlattHmoiith, Neb.
E NIGHTS OK FYTIIIAS r.auntlt l.orffre
No. 47 Mffti- every Welnelay evening
l lueir ii 'it ii w ariiit-'- v iih i,i,-iv. i .it
Jnn knight are eordinMy inv'ted to attend
'. V. Marshall. C. V. ; tU Iovey, K. It. 8.
AO, IT. W. No. 81 Meets eecoml and fourth
KrulMV vi-riiiiL'1 In the month a . A . It.
b.ill in Kockwooil block,
y. F, brown, Kecorder,
E. J. Morgan. M W,
r'OYAL AKUAVAM-IVh Council No 1021.
Meet at the K, of P. ball in th Parme'e &
Craiii block over l'.ennelt & Tutte, visirlni;
ivetliren invited Henry llerolJ, Kegent ;
'l"ui Wailing, Secretory.
OA 53 LODGE. No. 14fi. I.O. O. K. meets ev-e-y
Tuesday niiiht at their hall in Fitzgerald
block. All M1 Fellows are cordially invited
. attend when visiting in t!ie city. J Cory
N. (I. S. W. Bridge. Secretary. J
P. W 8. Meeia first and third Friday
evejlnirs of each tnonih atG. A. K. flail
in Rockwook block. Frank Vennilyea, M, W.
1), K. Euersole, Kecorder.
Real Estate Transfer.
Compiled from Tolk Bros. Daily Keport.
-South Platte Lumber Company to
- Trustees of the M. E. Church of
Greenwood, warranty deed, $40
lots G09 and 610, Greenwood.
T. F. Jameson and wife to Nicholas
Cox, warranty deed and !f20 pt se
U of ueU 7-10-12,
J. I rnA and wife to J. V. Baker war
rail ty' deed, ana ?23 lots 15-16-17,
JIary Lantyhagen and husband to
Mary Walthers, warranty deed,
$300, lot 44 Smith's add. to Platts
mouth. United States to Thomas Laughery
patent , west seU 20-10-10.
Edwin F. Richards and wife to Sar
ah F. Frisby, w, d. $250 lots 4-5 B. 6
Horton's add to Wabash.
James Stander to W. M. A. Cleghorn
. q. c. d. $GC0 lots 81-82-83 Louisville.
Wm. A. Urwin and to Jacob Keiser
w. d. $2970, pt of neU swij, pt ne,
pt sel, sJo of sei and sei4 f
, seU of sw"4 20-12-11.
Hiram F. Blanchard and wife to
John and Perry Marsh w. d. $50 pt
se4 ot nwi4 21-11-14.
Ludwiaf Kue and wife to Andre
Weber, w. d. $23C0 sa of sw'4 32-10
S. J. Ballance and wife to B. R. Pear
, son w. d. $3CJ, lot 11 B 13 Platts
mouth. D. W. Colvin and wife to Mary Car-berj-,
w. d, $25C3 lot 1 C 19 and .lot
17 B 26, Eale.
George Mattison to Laura w. d. $019
swi4 of se'4 of 13-12-10.
Howard Allen and heirs to John Q.
Churchill q. c. d. $25, lots 1-2 and
. s1-'. of 3 to 10 iuclusive B. 1, Rock
A family reunion was held at the
l' commodious residence of Timothy
Clark yesterday. And also a sump
tuous dinner was served. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Chat
burn, of Wymore; Mr. and Mrs. R.
V. Ilyers, Mr. and Mrs. Byron
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murphy,
T. K. Clark, of Weeping Water; Mrs.
... Woods and children, of Weeping
f Water, and Ren Howe, of Omaha.
' Bro. W. A. Keithley less than
three months ago located in Denver
and established a job printing
, office at Five Points. We have just
J received the first number of the
Saturday Review, a small paper he
has established. Hi: paper. gives
( feindiCH'ions of a healthy patronage
and the publisher assures the
t patrons that the paper will grow as
the business demands. Weeping
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
iruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
9res, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Cm?, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi-
vely cures Piles, or no pay required,
'.is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
iney ref undel. Price 25 cents per box.
y sale by F. O. Fricke
pr abstracts of title at reason-
W rates, go to J. M. Leyda, Union
I. O. O. F. Resolutions.
The following' resolutions were
adopted by the two I. (). C). F.
lodges of thi city on the death of
Capt. Peter Mann:
To the officers and members of
Platte lodge No. 7 and Cass lodge
No. 146. 1. O. O. F., Plattsmouth,
We, the committee appointed to
draft resolutions of respect 011 the
the death of our wcll-belovced
brother, Peter Mann, who departed
this life on the 21st da)' of Decem
ber, A. 1). lS'.U, beg to submit the
WlllikEAs, God, in His mysterious
providence, has visited our worthy
order and removed one of its mem
bers to the Grand Lodge above,
therefore, be it
Resolved, That we recognize . in
him a true and faithful brother, a
Christian man and respected citi
zen; and that we have lost a brother
who practiced the true teachings of
our order, "Friendship, Love and
Resolved, That we cherish his
memory in kind recollection of his
devoted attachment to the order:
that we mourn the death or him j
whose character and worth have
commanded our highest respect.
Resolved, That we realize that
our brother has been relieved of the
most intense suffering of many
years' duration, yet our heartfelt
sympathy is given to the bereaved
wife and soi rowing children in
their hour of affliction.
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be sent his home lodge,
"The Traders' Rest" lodge No. 1,
of St. Louis, Mo., a copy to be sent
to each member of the family of the
deceased brother and that they be
spread upon the records of these
lodges, and a copy be given to
each of the city papers for publi
cation. T. B. Bkowx,
Platte Lodire No. 7
Biro Ckitchfield, J-Com
Cass Lodge No. 146.
B. C. Kerr,
Sec'y. Platte Lodge No. 7.
J. W. Bridge.
Sec'y. Cass Lodge No. 146.
Otto ta Voter.
A large number of young people
gathered at the home of Otto Iler
old Thursday evening and re
minded him of the fact that he had
reached his majority. And to show
him that they were not unmindful
of his personal comfort, presented
him with a handsome rocker. The
evening was pleasantly passed with
games and uic. At midnight a
sumptuous feast was served, of
which all partook with hearty
relish. The company did not disband
until 1892 had been several hours
on its wa)'.
Terms of District Court.
Following is the order of Judge
Chapman, setting the dates of the
district cour t for the ensuing 3-ear:
Pursuant to the provisions of the
statues of the state of Nebraska, I,
the undersigned, hereby fix and ap
point the time of holding the
regular terms of the district court
in and for the several counties, com
posing the second judicial district
of said state for the year 1892.
In the county of Cass, Monday
the 14th day of March; Monday the
23rd day of May; Monday the 19th
day of September. .
In the county of Otoe, Monday,
the 15th day of February; Monday
the 20th day of June; Tuesday the
8th day of November.
Witness my hand this 1st day of
Judge of the district court, sec
ond judicial district of Nebraska.
Lost--Between Gold street and
South Park and Eighth and Tenth
streets. Saturday morning, a cream
silk muffler with initial "A" in the
corner. Finder will please leave at
this office or at 701 South Tenth st.
The Oxford Dance.
One of the most pleasant dancing
parties of the season was given
New Year's eve tinder the ant-piccs
of the Oxford dancing club. The
music was furnished by the Italian
orchestra of Omaha. Rockwood
hall presented a line appearance,
being elegantly decorated by the
members of the club. There were
two programs; the lir.-t one the
gentlemen had charge of up till
twelve. At Jive minutes of twelve
the orchestra played a waltz and
the party waltzed the old year out
and the new year in, after which the
ladies took charge of the dance, and
the other program was carried out.
The dance concluded at 2:50 all go
ing to their respective homes well
salistied with the evening's enter
tainment. Following is a list of those pres
ent: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Patterson,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Course)', Mr.
ami Mrs. L'd Barker, Will Stadel-
111:111, Will Clements, Rob Miller,
Chas. Sherman, Chas. Murphy, A.
V. Burke, John Donelan, Frank
Johnson, Henry Tartsch, Logan
Brown, Tom Parmele, John Schul-
hoff, Cliff Shepherd. J. F. Welling
ton, Rob Crozier, Lew O'Neill,
Rudolph Rauens, Arch Coleman,
Al Perrine, Chas. Kiehey, John
Lnngston, Elmer Cole, Chas.
Spencer, Niel Coffee, W ill Richard
son, Paul Wurl, Emil Wtui, Fred
Fitch, Harry Green, Frank McCoy,
Rob Coverdale, Bartlett and
Harry Phelps. Among the ladies
were the following: Maggie Oliver,
flattie Fulmer, Flora Donovan.
Nannie Moore, Maud Moore, Dora
Fricke. Frankie Stiles, Edith White.
Ella Wright, Bertha Wise, Maud
Vivian, Marion Houseworth, Miss
Verigg, Hattie Latham.Tressa Hem
pel, Miss O'Neill, Georgia Oliver,
Ida Boeck, Alice Eikenbary, Miss
Hanna, Nettie Ballance, Menota
Eikenbary, Carrie Greusel, Mae
Dutton, Mamie Coffee, Miss Kew,
Kate Hempel, Jessie McCoy, Miss
Redfield, Mary Skiles, Lizzie Miller,
Mamie Carmack, Laura Phelps,
Ella Clark. Bertha Nitka, Delia
Tartsch and Dora Herold.
Governor Humphrey, of Kansas,
j-esterdoy appointed Hon. B'shop
W. Perkins, of Oswego, Kansas
senator to succeed the late Senator
Plumb. Senator Perkins was born
in Rochester. Loraine county Ohio
October 18, 1842, and graduated at
Knox college, Galesburg, Ohio in
1802. He servec through the war of
the rebellion with credit to himself.
The appintment is conceded to be
a wise one.
Nemaha count)' secured the
coveted prize given by Nebraska
State Teachers Association to the
county, having present and enroll
ing the largest per centage of teach
ers. Nemaha count, pd sixty-two
of ninety required to fill her
schools, a percentage of 69. The
prize was an elegant silk flag and
was presented by President
Andrews to Superintendent Pier
son. Here is a Chance
For some one with a few hundred
dollars to get into a good business.
Established 1S80. For further par
ticulars address Box 928, Platts
mouth, Nebraska. w&d-s
Myron E. Wheeler retired yester
day from his position as depnty
state auditor in charge of the in
suranc e department to become
stenographer for Judge Hall of the
district court and Auditor Benton
has appointed Hon. II. A. Babcock
to succeed him, Mr. Babcock hav
ing been state auditor himself is a
fact that the insurance department
will be in good hands.
Pure buckwheat flour for sale at
Heisel's mill. tf
Stephen Wiles lost a cow in a
somewhat peculiar manner a few
days ago. It seems that he has a
well on his place which he keeps
covered up with boards, and the
cow, while trying to walk over it.
fell through. The animal was
quite a valuable one.
The Omaha Bee says this morn
ing in a telegram from Washington
that the supreme court has decided
the celebrated Thayer-Bjyd case in
favor of Boyd. It says that the de
cision has not been handed down
yet, butthe result of the court's
conferences has leaked out, and at
a late hour last night their corres
pondent was able to give advance
information of which the sleeping
justices were peacefully unaware.
The decision will be handed down
- Call on the Tucker Sisters in the
Sherwood block for bargain sfiin
O. II. Snyder spent New Year's at
Chas. C. Parmele had business in
the metropolis to-day.
Jtiflge Ramsey and M. B. Murphy
are,-ij the sick list to-day.
Mis Mollie Vallery returned to
her in Murray this morning.
F. K. Guthman and Miss Minnie,
spent New Year's in Omaha.
Miss Clara Paul.ol Lincoln, spent
New Year's in the city visiting.
Mrs. Kate Oliver and daughter,
Maggie, wen; in Omaha to-day.
Fred Murphy and wife,of Cedar,
Creek, spent New Year's in the city.
D. A. Campbell and wife were in
the city yesterday visiting friends.
Ren. Howe, of Omah !, f-pent New
Years with the family of R. W.
Harry Phelps left this morning
on No.. 5 for Sioux Falls, South
Miss ilertha Porter returned io
her school duties at Union this
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schlegel, of
South Omaha, are visiting relatives )
in the city. ;
Mrs. Frank Smith of Utah, is vis- .
iting her sister, Mrs. W. L. Browne,
of this city. '
Tom Parmele will have to-morrow
on the liver for Ann Arbor to
resui.ie his studies. '
Lafe Shape came down from :
Om ilia Thursday evening for a vis- '
it with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Westervill, of
Ashland, were the guests of H. C.
Hackney and wife yesterday.
C. B. Hackney and wife, of Ash
land, spent New Years with their
son II. C. Hackney, of the Riley,
Miss Jessie McCoy and Miss Red
field of Omaha, spent New Years
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coursey.
Miss Nettie Ballance has accepted
a position with D. S. Guild as steno
grapher tor the supply department.
Mrs. S. K. Phelps, and daughter,
Laura, who have been visiting in
the city left this morning for Oma
ha. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Black returned
yesterday from Missouri, where
they had been visiting for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brandiers and
family, of Omaha, visited with
Julius Pepperberg and family yes
terday. Dr. Humphrey was called to
Omaha last evening on profes
sional business, returning this
Robert Coverdale and a Mr. Bart
let, of Omaha, were in the in attend
ance at the Oxford Dance New
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dickson re
turned last evening from a weeks
visit with Mr. Dickson's brother at
Maxwell. low a.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Goll, who have
been-visiting in the eastern part, of
Iowa, for the past month returned
Geo. R. Chatburn and -wife after
spending- New Years with the fami
ly of M. B, Murphy, left for their
home in Wymore this morning.
' Mrs. Miller, of Newton, Iowa, who
has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Fred Lehnhoff, for the past
week returned home yesterday.
John Rennie severs his connec
tion with the grocery firm of Ben
nett & Tutt and will leave to-morrow
row for Minnesota to enter the
employ of his uncle.
Landlord Hackney did himself
proud yesterday and served the
best dinner that has been served
at that hostlery. The citizens
appreciated his efforts by turning
out with their families.
Mr. A. II. Dray received the sad
intelligence this morning that his
mother, aged 72 years, was lying at
the point of death at her home in
Auburn, Neb. Mr. Dray left on the
Missouri Pacific for her bedside.
The Epworth .League gave quite
a novel entertainment at the resi
dence of S. A. Davis last evening.
The first part of the program con
sisted of declamations and music.
A duet by Miss Gass and Hattie
Sullivan was particularly well ren
dered. Thei last number on the
program was an old-fashioned
picture album, the members of the
league assuming the parts of the
Why will you cough when Shi
lob's cure will give immediate re
lief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and $1,
'"t eale by F. G. Fricke & Cc
SILVERWARE GIVEN AWAY
& Siiii.ilq(o (01 Cqsr Ti'qde o
Wi&e-'A Yqlnlc Pei'soqs.
While we appreciate the large amount of trade we are favored with, we
still desire to increse our
and have completed arrangement in
titles, at fust hands,
at such prices that we propose to give them to our many customers be
lieving that we shall increase our trade, as our customers appreciate the
fact that we are spending the nloncy ve set aside for advi rtising put pot
es by returning it to them, believing they will appreciate the gilts and
tell their friends, and thereby increase; our trade.
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of $5 entitles tl.: purchaser to
either a Roger's Solid Silver Metal Butter Knife or Sugar Shell sold
by Jewelery at $I.(.K.
EVKRY Cash purchase to the amount of $15 entitles the purchaser to a
set ((I) of Roger's Solid Nickel Tea Spoons, sold by Jewelers at $2.0
EVKRY Cash purchase to the amount of $25 entitles 1he purchaser to a
set () of Roger's solid Nickel Dessert Spoons, sold b) Jewelers at
EVERY Cash purchaser to the amount n $30 entitles the purchaser to a
set (l' of Rogers Solid Nickel fable' spoons or a set of Solid Nickel
i'eirks, or a set ol Tripple plated Knives, sold by Jewelers at $1.00.
ERE is what the manufacturer says 111 regard to Solid Silver Met
ryjfr' al goods and Ijjilid Nickel Silverware: "There haj been a greiw
; g ing demand for ye ars for a grade of Spoons and Forks to take
fi'Jf the place of Solid silver and plate ware. We have experimented
for some- time te 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 Nicke l Silver manufactured and have the greatest confi
dence in assuring euir custome rs that this ware; is inferier te service on
ly tei solid silver. It is a beautiful while color, is highly polished and
can hardly be distinguished from pure silve-r. We rccomend this ware
especially ler hotels, restaurants and boarding houses, as it will stand
more hard usage than any either metal; is very tenigh and hard; will hold
its color anel will outwear any plateware ever manufactured." All our
customers know Rogers' ware by reputation. This firm have manufac
tured plated ware since 1S05, and their name is never put on geieiels that
are not of a high grade, so our customer can rest assured that they are
getting some very desirable geiods when they get goods under rheit
brand. Come in early and secure a share of these goods before it is tor
Wc Qqqitqtec oti Prices jo be lc Ixovcsj iid
CALL AND BE CONVINCED BE
FORE PURC II A S I N G. W I L L B E
PLEASED TO SHOW YOU THROUGH
MY STOCK, WHETHER YOU WISH
TO BUY OR NOT.
oB. A. M'ELWAIN
415 Main Street,
Notice to Water Consumers.
All rents will be due January 1.
Wrater consumers not wishing con
tinuance must give proper notice.
9t Plattsmouth Watek Co.
The Swedish Ladies' Association
will have an auction sale, at the
Swedish church to-night. Rev. J. A.
Hultman, of Omaha, will conduct
the singing and playing.
Many olel soleliers, who contracteel
chronic diarrhoea while in the
service, have since been permanent
ly curetl of it by Chaimberlain's
Colic, Cholera anel diarrhoea Rem
edy, For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Misses Edna anel Carrie Adams,
of Plattsmouth, Emma Adams, of
Lincoln, and Mrs. Lizzie Carr, of
Greenwood, arrived Christmas day
and enjoyed a two elays' visit with
Pa and Ma Adams. Eaglet.
Do you want to know what would
make your fatner, mother, brother,
sister and sweetheart happy? It is
a nice pair of shoes or slippers for
a Christmas present. W. A. Boeck
& Co. have just received an elegant
line that they offer at VERY LOW
prices for thirty days only. tf
Gentlemen would not use "Blush
of Rose3" if it was a paint or pow
der, of course not. It is clear as
water, no sediment to fill the pores
of the skin. Its mission is to heal,
cleanse and purify the complexion
of every imperfection, and insures
every lady and gentleman a clean,
smooth complexion. Sold by 0. 11.
Snyder. Price 75 cents.
which we have secured large jua
of the celebrated
L SiLVFR PL ATE W ABE-"-: -
THAT I AM GIVING
In the best grades of
WATCHES - CLOCKS - JEWELRY
Constantly keeps on hanel everythin
you need to furnish your house,.
COUSEU fitXTU ASD MAIN BTBEET
Chamberlain's Bye and SI3a
A certain enre for Chronic Sore Eye
Tetter, Salt Ilheura, Scald Head, Ol
Chronic- Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Uipple3
and Piles. It ia cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
ft after all other treatment had failed,
it Is put np In 25 and 60 cent boxes.
We will sell lamps for net coat f
the next thirty days. M. B. Murr
& Co. ' .'
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